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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
LEXINGTON, KY

? VOL. XII

MARCH 10, 1922

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HIGH SCHOOL MEN BATTLING FOR CUP
U. OF K. APPROPRIAT

CONCERT IN CHAPEL

BY SIGMA TAU PLEASES CAST SELECTED FOR

The Sigma Tau musical fraternity
"THETHIRTEENTH CHAIR"
tho direction of Prof. Lamport rendered a very delightful and varied proBY
WITHIN A SAFE MARGIN gram at the chapel hour Tuesday morn
ing. Silas Wilson presided over the con
cert and introduced the members.
House
$120,000 Of The members of tho fraternity are re Mary Lyons, Lexington, Has
quired to be members of some musical
Leadway Roll, As
$160,000 Clipped
organization of recognized merit on the
campus and many belong to more than
Madame La
By
Commission
The program
one such organization.
MARCH 30-3- 1
STUDENTS
HOUSE presented at chapel consisted of a solo PLAY
by Prof. Lamport, honorary member of
Sigma Tau, accompanied
Begins
Assembly Continues The pert and their daughter, by Mrs. LamJcannette, an
Scenery
Life of
Haiwaian tro, a saxaphonc sextet, a
stringed instrument quartet, a vocal
After several weeks of tryouts and
Much enthusiasm and interest was quartet, a violin duet, and numbers by a shifting of parts, it was announced by
manifested by the delegation of Univer- large jazz orchestra.
John Burks, director of the Stroller
sity students who attended the Monday
Dramatic Club that the leading roles in
afternoon session of the Kentucky Legis"The Thirteenth Chair" were decided as
lature. About two hundred students TAG DAY FOR DRIVE
follows:
were in the body to witness the victory of
Helen O'Neill
Mamie Miller Woods
the University of Kentucky appropriation
OF WOMAN'S LEAGUE
Will Crosby
Dan Morse
bill which restored $120,000 of the $160,-00- 0
Mrs. Crosby
Eleanor Morse
sheared from its appropriation by the
Roscoe
William Finn
budget commission report.
MONDAY Edward Wales
IS
Tom Brooks
The students left Lexington on special
Mary Eastwood
Mary Peterson
cars at 9:50 a. m., arriving in Frankfort
Katherine Conroy
about noon. After taking lunch in the Series of Vocational Lec- Helen Trent
E. N. Heavrin
Phillip Mason
Capital Cafeteria, the delegation went to
Being Given by
Louise Connell
Elizabeth Erskine
the House where the bill was introduced
Grace Standish
Elizabeth Hopkins
League
at 1:30 o'clock. After each favorable
Will Moore
Pollock
speech for the bill, bursts of applause
Madame Rosaline La Grange. Mary Lyons
were heard from the students.
There are several minor parts and one
Representatives Arch L. Hamilton and SIX LECTURES REMAIN
man lead that have not been decided up
Harry Miller of Fayette County, led the
but
fight to save the University allotment. Membership
Includes All on"The will be announced next week.
Thirteenth Chair" will be given
Mr. Hamilton from his wide experience
Woman
in Lexington on the evenings of March
and acquaintance in the House, was an
30 and 31 and will start on tour during
ideal champion of the cause of education
Monday will be tag day on the campus the Easter holidays.
Their trip is to
and conducted his defense with skill. He
for the Woman's League membership include Mt. Sterling, Paris, Frankfort,
receded from some minor ammendments
Owens-borin order to win his two main points, drive in which it is hoped that evey Uni- Maysville, Pineville, Millersboro,
Paducah and several other Kenwhich were an increase of $75,000 in the versity girl will partcipate by paying
appropriation proper, and an item of the annual membership dues of twenty-fiv- e tucky towns.
J. W. Owens has been appointed
$45,000 to pay off an indebtedness which
cent3. This organization is the only temporary stage manager, because of a
has been hanging over the University for
about ten years. Mr. Hamilton was ably one in the University which includes vacancy created in that office.
Elaborate preparations arc, being made
seconded by Mr. Miller in the handling every woman student in the scope of its
in the painting of the scenery by Prof.
enrollment and work.
of the matter.
membership
committee,
from Carol Sax, assisted by Tom Finnel, Ed.
The
W. P. Wallen, Joseph F. Bosworth and
Mary Elliott Flanery were among others whom tags may be secured, is composed Gregg, Eleanor Morse, Mary Lyons and
who spoke in favor of the increase for of the following:Evelyn Kelley, Betty other students of the Department of Art.
Dally rehearsals are being held and
the University. Beryl Boyd of Graves Barbour, Margaret Lavin, Affie HamCounty, a former University student, also mond, Lucilo Yungblut, Esther Harris, tho play will be in readiness for producspoke in favor of tho measure. He was Brookie Tompkins, Geneva Rice, Mary tion within tho next few weeks. The
asked by W. M. Boling of Meade County, Snell Ruby, Frances DeLong, Esther remaining time will bo devoted to the
if evolution were taught in the Universi- Fertig, Elizabeth Brown, Frances Ripy, stage setting during the daily rehearsals.
ty. From that point the discussion Elizabeth Ellis, Margaret Short, Caryl
threatened to degenerate into a debate Miller, Beulah Stillwell, Ruth Hughson,
Katherine Elliott,
on that theory of instruction. Wright Elizabeth Hopkins,
NOTICE
Mary
Kelly, the oldest member of the House, Henrietta Rogers, Ann Riddle,
regard evolution as Lyons, Lucile Waggoner, Henrietta Bedsaid that he did not
Dr. Frank L. McVey will speak to
ford.
a small subject.
Club next Wednesday
tho
dues are set at twenty-fiv- e
Whilo the
afternoon at 3:30. Tho entire memgiven if desired, and
Sigma Xi Will cents, more may be be received gladly bership is urged to be present at this
contributions will
meeting.
Be
from men students.
outstanding work being done by
The
All former students of tho Model
Dr. H. B. Ward, head of the depart- the Woman's League this year is tho
High School are requested to meet in
University of bringing of a series of vocational speakment of zoology at tho
tho Model High Assembly room on the
Illinois, president of the national asso- ers to the University, each of whom Is a
third floor of the Education building
ciation of Sigma XI, and Dr. Edward specialist and authority in his or her Tuesday, March 14, at 2:45 o'clock.
Ellery of Union College, Schnectady, N. phase of work. QuoBtionnaries were
Y., secretary, nationally known scientists, given out at a December meeting to deAll seniors and students desiring to
probably will bo present for tho formal termine in what subjects the largest
teach school next year are asked to
installation lato in March of tho Univer- number of girls were interested, and
stop in tho Registrar's Office and
sity of Kentucky Sigma Xi, honor society speakers chosen accordingly.
leave his name and adress.
in tho field of science.
Vuluable lectures have been given by
At u meeting of tho Kentucky chapter Mrs. Mary Love Collins, Miss Helen Bon-net- t,
Wednesday evening in the Science BuildMrs. Irene Conrad and Dr. E. H.
Lost S. A. E. Badge. Number on buck
ing, arrangements for tho ceremony were Arnold.
Theso were all well attended.
22190. If found please return to Kerpicture of three Teas were given for the speakers later,
made, and a botanical
reels was shown by Dr. F. T. McFarland, and the privilege of having personal con- nel Office. John Whltuker.
Dean Boyd Is president of tho locul chap- ferences with Miss Bennett and Doctor
Wild does not necessarily mean
ter, which wus granted a charter by the
to bo petted and held.
(Continued on page 7)
November.
In

STILL UPHELD BY HOUSE

Restores

From Total

Grange

Budget

HERE

FILL

Art

the University

SETJOR

tures

Students

Chapter of
Installed at University

national association

Department
Painting

Games to be
Played in Gymnasium
Today and Saturday

SERIES OF CONCERTS Eighteen
TO BEGIN SUNDAY
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the
University the first of a scries of concerts will be given. These concerts arc
a continuation of the past two years.
Miss Myrtle Kcshcimcr will be at the
piano and nmong her selections will be
The Minuet, Paderwiski, To a Wild Rose
MacDowell, two very beautiful and highly appreciated musical selections.
The orchestra will be heard in a
variety program, and they are stronger
in classical numbers than ever before.
This organization has been rehearsing
constantly during past semester and are
prepared to offer a concert of high
quality.
Every lover of good music should not
fail to hear this series of concerts every
Sunday afternoon.

U. K. TO MEET
IN

DEBATE

ON

ALLIED

16

APRIL
WAR

DETB

TEAMS
Girl

ENTERTAINED

Quintets

are

Also

Expecting Close Tourney
Lovers of basketball will have their
last opportunity to witness the net game
this season here in the University
Gymnasium the last of this week March
10 and 11. At the time that this report
went to press "Daddy" Boles had not received reports from the various teams
that are expected to enter, but it is estimated that about sixteen boys' teams and
ten girls' teams will enter the tournament. Hansen of Kentucky and Head of
Louisville will referee. The first game
will be played at 10 o'clock Friday morning. Two handsome silver loving sups
will be offered to the two winning teams,
one to the boys' team and one to the
girls' team.
The boys teams entered in the tournae,
ment are: Adairvillc, Owensboro,
Columbia, Carrollton, Frank-

fort, Flemingsburg, Winchester, Monti-cellUnion College, Pikeville and Ashland.
The girls teams entered arc: Elkton,
Lindsay-WilsoGlendale,
Versailles,
Sardis, Clark County High, Danville
Paintsville and Ashland.
Under the management and direction
ot the SuKy Circle of the University the
players on the teams arc being housed
and entertained by the fraternities and
sororities and at Patterson Hall. Each
of the, men's fraternities are taking as
many boys as they can accommodate and
the girh sororities and Patterson Hall
are making arrangements to care for the
girls.
The 1921 championship team of LouisHigh
School
ville Manual Training
telephoned its entry in the event Wednes
day, but Secretary J. L. Fou, of Kentucky High School Athletic Association
declared that Manual was ineligible to
play in the tournament here because it
did not play in any sectional tournament. No tournaments were held at
Sebree, in the second district, or Newport, in the eleventh.
Drawings for places in the tournament were held in the athletic director's
office at 9 o'clock this morning and
play began at 10 o'clock.
Only tho
and finals are
to be played Saturday, according to present plans. This will necessitate tho
elimination of 10 boy's and eight girls'
quintets on the first day, or a total of 18
games. The girls' contests on the first
day probably will be staged in tho
Armory at the University at the same
time tho boys are battling in the gymnasium. If the lasses should raise any
objections to this system, some of their

o,

Vanderbilt, Sewanee and
University of North
Carolina on Schedule

SUBJECTS ANNOUNCED
Regular Team and Alternates Chosen at Tryout
At the final tryouts for the debating
team Tuesday the following men were
chosen for the regular team: R. T. Johnson, Clay Porter, W. H. Peal, Sydney
Neal, L. C. Fielder and R. B. Hayes. The
alternates chosen were D. W. Smith, K.
H. Tuggle, J. H. Butler and M. A. Daniel.
The pudges were Prof. E. F. Farquhar,
Prof. Harvey Hincks and Prof. George
Roberts.
The team will debate with Harvard in
Lexington the week of April 1G when the
Harvard team is on its spring trip. The
Harvard team has never before included
a southern University in its schedule and
Professor Mikesell has been working
more than a year for tho honor which
has thus come to Kentucky. The subject for this debate will be "The Advisability of Cancelling tho Allied War
Debt," the local team having the privilege
of choosing sides. Harvard will send
three men and a coach to Kentucky.
Professor Mikesell has also scheduled
debates with Vanderbilt, Sewanee and
tho University of North Carolina on "The
Advisability of Retaining the Dillingham
Immigration Law."
Tho Vanderbilt debate will take place
in Lexington, April 29, the Kentucky
team taking tho affirmative; tho Sewanee
debate will take place at Sewanee
April 22, tho Kentucky team having the
negative. Tho debate with tho University of North Carolina will take place
at that Institution tho first or second

semi-fina-

games may bo played in tho Lexington
High gymnasium.
Play will bo continuous today from 10
a. m. to 0 p. m., with three or four
games
tonight. The semi-final- s
In
both divisions will bo played
in tho
week of April.
gymnasium, beginning Saturday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Play in the finals
NOTICE All Seniors desiring gradu- will begin at 7:30 Saturday night.
e,
ation invitations please see, Louise
Most of tho 20 teams of eight playC. V. Wutson or Gerald Griffin at ers each will bo entertained at the fraonco and give tho
number desired. ternity and sorority houses and nt tho
Prico 50c for leather and 25c for paper. dormitories of the University.
Referees will be Head, of Louisville;
When a man's married ho sees his Hinton, of Georgetown, and Hansen, of
Kentucky.
llstnke sees it every day, in fact.

* THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
CONSTITUTION OF SU-KCIRCLE OF U. OF K.

Y

Constitution of the
tlic University of Kentucky.
Su-K- y

Circle, of

We, the selected
of the University of Kentucky, lo
horehy band ourselves toRcthcr for the
purpose of promoting, nnd perpctuntinp;,
the best interest of nil organizations nnd
activities, for the good of the University.
AllTICLE 1.
NAME The nnmc of this organization
shnli bo known ns The Su-K- y
Circle of
the University of Kentucky.
ARTICLE 2.
MEMHEKSHIP The members of the
y
Circle shnll be limited to twenty
(20) bonified men students, eight (8)
bonified women students, nnd five (5)
fnculty members.
ARTICLE 3.
SELECTION OF MEMBERS. Sec. 1.
The members of the organization shall
be elected to membership
by a three
fourths (&), vote of the crcle. Any
meher of the circle may present the nnmc
of any prospect, nnd the name is to be
voted on r.t three consecutive meetings,
and nt each vote the prospect must
l'ecoive the majority of votes If elected
the prospect is ologiblc to become a
member of thia organization.
Sec. D. The members arc elected for
a period of one year, and they are subject
to
by three-fourth- s
vote
of the circle.
Sec. C. Any member elected to membership, serves ns a member during his
period, or her period as a student in the
University unless by action of the sail
member proves to be unworthy of membership. Any member who proves to be
unworthy of membership, may be removed from the circle, by three-fourth- s
vote of the entire circle. Notice of expulsion to appear in the recognized college paper.
Sec. D. Any member that fails to attend three regular meetings properly
convicned, during one semester, shall be
automatically expelled from membership
of the circle.
ARTICLE 4.
QUALIFICATIONS
MEMBERFOR
SHIP. Sec. A. The prospect may come
from any of the classes inthe University.
Sec. B. The prospect must have
shown pronounced interest in the welfare
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Sec. B. The officers of the circle shnll
Curses
Between her teeth n
be elected by mnjority of votes within
Cigarette
the circle.
Between her nrms
Sec. C The term of office shnll be for
Me
one semester, and any olTicor is clegiblc
Between us both
for
That damn cigarette,
Sec. II. The election of officers shnll
be held the second Tuesday, in Jnnunry,
"Do you know," said the successful
nnd the second Tuesday In May of each
morchnnt pompously, "thnt I begnn life
year.
Sec. E. If any vacancy should occur, ns a barefoot boy?"
"Well" said the clerk, "I was not born
it shall be filled at the next regular
with shoes on."
meeting.

One of a Scries of Sunday Evening
Sermon-Lecture- s
on
the World Believes
What
By MR. WARD

Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church
NORTH BROADWAY AT CHURCH STREET

Next Sunday

ARTICLE C.
Jim: "Here's n snap shot of my girl
Sec
POWERS OF THE OFFICERS.
taken nt the beach."
A. The president shnll preside at all
Joe: "A snap shot! Boy, I'd call that
meetings, nnd perform all the duties of
the president. The president shall ap- an exposure."
point nil committees, unless otherwise
A co-e- d
in the parlor is worth two In
provided for.
Sec. B. The vice president shnll per- the class room.
form all duties of the president, in ense
of the president's absence.
Sec. C. The sccretnry shall take minutes of each meeting held, and complete
minutes of nil meetings nrc to be available at all times.
Sec. D. The assistant secretary is to
act as secretary in case the secretary is
absent.
Sec. E. The trensurer Is to keep complete record of all money received by him.
nnd all money spent by him. The trcas
urcr is to pay out money only by order
of the circle.

ARTICLE 7.
Sec. A. Robert's Rule of Order shall
govern all the procedure of all meetings,
special or regular, except cases wherein
such rules conflict with the provisions
s.
of this constitution and
Sec. B. A quorum, consisting of nt
of the members of the
least three-fourtcircle shall be necessary for the conducting of any busness, nt a regular
meeting. In ense of special called meetings, a majority may conduct business.
Sec. C. Meetings shnll be held at least
twice each month during the school year.
Time and place of meeting to be decided
by a mnjority vote of the members of
the circle.
Sec. D. The Emblem of the circle denoting the meeting, shall be placed in a
prescribed place on the morning of the
day on which the meeting is to be held.
ARTICLE 8.
AMENDMENTS TO THIS CONSTITUTION. Amendments to this constitution
shall receive a favorable vote of three-fourtof the members of the enof the University.
Sec. C. The prospect must have abilitire circle, before the amendment is acty for leadership, and capacity for doing cepted as such.
work.
Committee on Constitution:
A. J. BRADSHAW, Chirman,
Sec. D. The prospect must be honorC. W. WATSON,
able, and of good standing among the
EDD. R. GREGG.
students.
Adopted February 28, 1922.
ARTICLE 5.
OFFICERS OF THE CIRCLE. Sec. A.
The officers of the circle shall be a
Pete: "What's the most you ever got
president,
secretary, nss't. out of that Ford?"
secretary and treasurer.
Bo Cat: "Nine times in one mile."

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In Readiness
For Spring
The approach of Spring: finds us
in complete readiness to supply
your apparel wants for this new
season.... College men will find
our Spring displays of unusual
interest. We have used exacting
care in selecting garments that
emphasize the spirit and vigor
of youth and they are sure to
meet with your approval.

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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL

ing tho nlumnl office, thoy will Indeed cd his if, C. K. in '09 and C. E. In '12. In by tho tonm Inst yenr.
hnvo one of tho best organizations In the 1014 he went with .Ins. Stewart & Com
Greater efficiency In raising nnd feedstate. Miss Becker, whoso homo was in pnny, Inc., of Houston, Tcxns. In 1011 ing live stock should bo stressed In all
Louisville, hns been tcnchlng in Carroll- ho was connected with the Austin office work carried on by
the extension departton High School ever since graduating. of this Company. In 1920 Mr. Chnmbcrs ments of mid-weagricultural colleges,
Her nddrcss Is Cnrrollton, Kentucky from beenmo n member of tho firm, Hcngcr & according to animal husbandry specialIn October 1021 ho accepted the office of September until Juno; during
the sum- Chnmbcrs Company, Contractors, of Dal ists of those institutions who concluded
nnd general manager of mer months she can he reached
nt 1703 las, with offices in Southwestern Life n three day session nt Chicago.
CLUB CALENDAR
tho York Heating nnd Vcntilnting Cor Tyler Parkway, Louisville.
Building.
The mooting was of tho Extension
porntion, Shubcrt Theatre Building, 250
X
X
Philadelphia Club, rogulnr meeting
Workers Live Stock Mnrkct Conference
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X
South Broad Street, Philadelphia. Dean
you will find n check for two
"Attached
third Saturday In the month. Next
As a result of tho conMarcus Jerome Clarke, '16, better held March
Anderson described the research work dollars for which I wish you to
send tho
mooting; March 18, nt the Majestic
being carried on under his supervision in Kernel to G. C. Fnrls, 1014 Columbine known ns "Romy," Is prlncipnl of the ference Professor K. B. Jcsness of the
Hotel, Girnrd
Avenue nnd Broad
collaboration with the U. S. Bcrcnu of Street, Denver, Colorado." Mr. Faaris at- high school nt Anchorage, Kentucky, nnd Agricultural Experiment Station was apStreet, dinner, 0:30 p. m. C. E. Tern
pointed a member of the committee for
nlong with his other duties, is enthusiasMinos.
tended school nt tho University in tho
plin, '10, Secretary.
tically promoting nthlctics. Immediate- drnfting plans. Mr. Richnrd C. Miller,
years of '98 nnd '09, nnd he attended our
rX X
ly after graduation Mr. Clnrko taught also of the Kentucky Experiment Stntion
luncheon today. For your information
Women May Serve.
Lexington Club, regular luncheon,
in tho Winchester High School, then was appointed a member of the Animnl
A bill making women eligible for ap will sny that wo have our luncheons on
second Saturday in each month. Next
Eighteen colwas in service until 1920. After his re- Husbandry Committee.
the first Thursday of every month nt the
pointmcnt to the Board of Trustees has
meeting Saturday, March 11, at Lafay
turn, ho accepted the position as princi- leges throughout the country were repre
passed the Senate and is now before the CIcllan, Secretary, Kentucky Club.
ette Hotel, 12:30 to 1:30. President
pal of high school at Frankfort nnd while sented nnd mnny phases of tho Animnl
This is good work nnd is just tho way
House.
McVcy will be the speaker, subject:
'there was president of the Frankfort Husbandry Extension were discussed, nnd
The right of eminent domain (power to wo can hope to get In touch with tho men
"The Present Situation." A violin
recommendations
bearing on the future
Aumni Club.
condemn lnnd for extension of the Uni who went out from tho University withsolo by Procssor Lamport is a part of
of the work ns it rclntcs to other univerX
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versity grounds) is given in nbilllalrcady out receiving degrees, nnd who nre now
the program. Miss Marie Rodcs
sity activities, were sent to various inJohn Thornton Connoll, '19, is connecteligible to membership In clubs nnd the
passed by the Senate.
Barkley, '20, Secretary.
stitutions of tho country.
Courlcr-Journnl,
Louisville,
J. E. McClollnn, 19, la ed with tho
A pure seed bill sponsored by the Ex- Association.
periment Station nnd College of Agri- mnnnger of the Denver office of the Kentucky. Mr. Connoll has been nn enNew York Club, regular luncheon- Incident on a Cnnnc Trip.
meeting second Monday in each culture hns been passed in the House and American Blower Company, 524 Boston thusiastic worker in the University's ex1st Hour
is in the Orders of the Day in the Senate. Building. Ho hns been connected with pansion program, and ns one of the leadmonth. Next meeting March 13. J.
Harry tried to kiss me, I refused.
this company ever since graduation, first ing young newspaper men of the State,
T. Lowe, '12, Secretary.
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X
2nd Hour
at Detroit, Michigan, then at Salt Lake the Alma Mater can continue to look to
President Issues Call.
Hnrry again tried to kiss me. I ngnin
City, Utah. Early in 1921 he assumed him for support and assistance in the
Pittsburgh Club will hold its next
A call addressed to all alumni for orthe managership of the office at Denver. future, we are sure. Mr. Connoll was a refused.
meeting March 19, seven-thirt- y
p. m.,
ganized effort "to spread the truth"
3rd Hour
J. A. Brittain, '18, i3 president of the! member of the University Survey Com
at the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. Lee about the University hns boon issued by
Hnrry says if I don't let him kiss
Kentucky Club, Denver. After graduat mission, May 1921, representing his paper
Moore, 7065 Flacous Road, Ben Avon,
President Rodman Wiley of the Alumni ing in 1918,
me he'll tip over the canoe.
Mr. Brittain went with the on that trip, and since making good use
Pennsylvania. H. Leo Moore, '11,
,
Association.
4th Hour
United Verde Company, first at Clnrks-dal- of tho information gained.
Secretary.
"The rest of the country must learn
Saved the canoe, the lunch, and both
Arizona, and later at Verde, Arizona.
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through alumni clubs and individual
Among the numerous U. K. alumni with occupants.
Carrollton Club, regular luncheon- - members in other states that the Univer- In 1020 he accepted a position with the
Gates Rubber Company of Denver. In the Buffalo Forge Company, two who
meeting third Tuesday in each month.
sity is working for the advancement of
November 1921, Mr. Brittain, became a seem to be keeping pneo with each other
Next meeting March 21. Miss Katie
Kentucky," he continued.
Supare Edgar Engman Johnson nnd Roger
member of the firm, Holden-Brittai- n
Becker, '17, Secretary.
"It is up to the alumni in Kentucky to ply Company, with offices in the Barclay Thomns Thornton, both of the class of
let the people here know that the Univer Building, Denver. His residence address '14. Immediately
after graduation Mr.
Cincinnati Club, next meeting April
sity is all right from top to bottom and is 1060 Emerson
WANTED
Johnson was employed with the Security
Street.
i, Highland Country Club, near New
that the best of care and training is
Trust Company, Lexington, but soon got
port. Business meeting and dance.
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given the 1600 young men and women en
Two former students who were preinto the engineering game going with
Miss Adele Slade, '21, Secretary.
rolled there."
the Buffalo Forge ompany in 1915. He is vented from completing the work for
Expansion of the 15 alumni clubs in
a degree. Do you want to make up
(now a sales engineer with the company.
Kentucky with a fair membership from
His residence nddress is 200 Loring by helping the other 14,000 get closer
An increase of $120,000 for the Univer
50 to 100 per cent enrollment and clear
together and to the University?
Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y.
sity over the recommendation
of the cut program is the recommendation
Herbert Graham, Lexington, Ky.
Mr.
with
Thornton
went
the
"
1922-2- 3
Budget Commission for
voted by Work outside the state will be limited to
THE STEADY SUBSCRIBER
Buffalo
Forge
immedCompany
(From the "Liberal News.")
the House of Representatives Monday is the further building up of "Kentucky
iately after graduation, in the enthe first tangible result of the campaign centers" aready established. Some fine How dear to our heart is tho steady sub- gineering department and is now a sales
scriber,
things have been accomplished toward
F. D.
engineer for the company. His resithat has been waged during the last two
Who pays in advance at the birth of each
in the last few weeks.
dence address is 108 Claremont Avenue,
months. Members of both houses of the this end
Co.
year.
X
X
Buffalo, N. Y.
General Assembly have felt the influence
Who lays down the money and does it
Fourth St. Cincinnati, Ohio
'
Alumni Are Advertising.
of the alumni clubs and individual mem
quite gladly,
bers of the Alumni Association who have
Further evidence of the connection of
raui ingom Aiurriu, iu. a. 'ye, an
Supplies
And casts round the office a halo of
joined hands with the University offi- alumni with big national institutions is
Ph. D. in '09, will, after April 1, reside at
cheer.
..
Wholesale
960 West Seventh Street, Plainfield, New
cials and progressive citizens in asking contained in advertisments placed with
He never says: "stop it; I cannot afford
Jersey. Dr. Murrill, for a number of X Distributors for the General
a more liberal financial policy for educa THE KERNEL. It is planned to make
it,"
Electric Co.
years was research chemist with the U
tion in Kentucky.
this one of the outstanding features of
I'm getting more papers now than I can
S. Rubber Company, located in New York
The "monkey theory" was introduced the paper. The Carrier Engineering
WARNER P. SAYERS.
read."
City.
1915
accepted
In
he
into the debate in the House over the Corporation, a pioneer in "manufactured
Sec'y, Sales Mgr.
But always says: "Send it; our people
:
University's increased appropriation in a weather" is the latest to join.
position
Tennessee
with
the
all like it
and
Copper
Company
Hill
vain attempt to limit that support. The
J. Irvine Lyle, '96 vice president
at Copper
In fact we all think it a help and a need."
t' 't' 'I t' !
'I' l
vote on the first ncrease, the House sit- general manager, has always been one of
Tenn. In 1917 he was employed
How welcome his check when it reaches
ting in Committee of the Whole, was 47 the Alumn Association's ablest leaders.
chemist with Federal Dyestuff and Chem- f,
our sanctum,
to 33, several members present not vot- His corps of associates is made up to
ical Company at Kingsport, Tenn. Since gPlace
Subscription 1
How it makes our pulse throb; how it
1920 he has been chemical engineer with
ing. This was taken as a vote of confi- considerable extent of "Kentucky" men
makes our heart dance.
dence in the University, its President and The University's first woman engineer
the . T. Vanderbilt Company, at 50 East
We outwardly thank him; we inwardly
Board of Trustees. The division was not was associated with Carrier until recent
42nd Street, New York City. In 1916
I
bless him
Dr. Murrill became a life member of the
partisan, leaders of both sides of the ly when she joined Dean F. Paul Ander
RANSOM '05
Tho steady subscriber who pays in adthe
Alumni Association.
House championing the cause of the Uni son at the research laboratories of
vance.
versity. Arising as "a Baptist" the Re American Society of Heating and Ventil
XX
The Magazine Man
publican floor leader announced his un- lating Engineers at Pittsburg.
AGRICULTURAL NEWS
Miss Florence Wilkie, '06, is now LiX4-qualified support to the University pro
brarian, Forestry School, Yale University
Doctor McVey Plans Tour.
gram.
Work has already begun for the Judg
Blandville, Ky.
Where the Budget Commission allow
At the instance of the alumni clubs and New Haven, Conn. Her residence addres ing Team to represent tho University of
is 45 Edgewood Avenue. Miss Wilkie
cd $25,000 a year for an addition to the the Association President Frank L. Mc
Kentucky at the 1922 International Live
Chemistry building, the House voted Vey is planning a visit to the alumni has been teaching since graduation and Stock Exposition. Twenty-tw- o
students
in the lat was last connected with the high school nre meeting twice a week in the class in
$100,000
for construction and repairs. centers in the North and East
at Anniston, Ala. Her sister.Miss Mar
An appropriaton of $45,000 a year was ter part of April. Local clubs are commu
in advanced Live Stock Judging taught
is located at
made to liquidate the $90,000 debt over nicating now with the Alumni Secretary garet D. E. Wilkie, '04,
by Professor L. J. Horlacher. This is
hanging for fourteen years. Representa concerning Doctor McVey's visit. His Ashville, North Carolina, address Bing twice as many students as have been out
Dues and
Kernel
tive R. C. Moore, of Lawrence county, itineary will probably bo nnnaunced in ham Road, R. R. 4.
for the work before, so that prospects
$2 a
X
X
tried to reduce the appropriaton for Agri- the next ten days.
are bright for a good team next year.
all
Robert Li. Acker, '07, writes: "1 am Competition which has been lacking in
cultural Extension from $142,000 to
President McVey has already visited
year. This cut was turned several of the clubs but this will be his sorry I forgot to tell the Association th