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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
University of Kentucky
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, NOV. 16, 1916.

VOL IX
WILDCATS WANT TO GET
AT MISSISSIPPI

CREW

CLEANLINESS NEXT TO

THE Y. M. C. A.'s AIM.

GODLINESS AT HALL

Southern Bunch Comes Y. W. C. A. Rooms Located
In Basement Close To
Highly Touted and With
the Laundry
Good Record
MARSHALL

GAME OFF FURNISHINGS

Mississippi A. and M. Saturday!
Marshall College got caught out in
the first cold spell and frigid pedal ex
tremities resulted.
Marshall 'wired
Dr. Tlgert that no game could possi
bly be arranged with the Wildcats this
season. The gap in the schedule will
probably be left.
The Wildcats have been kept off of
prey for two weeks and are hungry
for victims. They hope to taste of
sweet revenge Saturday
for the
drubbing received
at the hands of Mississippi A. and M.
on a hot day last year. It looks like
now the weather will be as different
as the score.
Plenty of rest and careful polishing
has characterized the week's workouts of the Wildcats. Whether the
rest will prove a help or injury is yet
to be seen. Dr. Tigert has his crowd
on edge and itching to go. The Miss
issippi game will tell whether Kentucky is in correct condition to turn
all the tables upside down by beating
Tennessee, which beat Vanderbilt Saturday. If the Wildcats should celebrate Thanksgiving by painting Knox-vill- e
blue and white it will give Kentucky a good claim for Southern honors.
Mississippi has a good team. They
have taken the scalps of Chattanooga,
which held Tennessee to a small score,
and bruised Transylvania up considerably the second game of the season.
Mississippi is said by some football
students to have the best line in the
South.
will probably
The Wildcat line-uhave no changes. No official line-ucould be furnished today. The whole
team will go in in good condition and
that spells a lot. Alvin Thompson,
the end, who did excellent work in the
first part of the season, and who left
the game to undergo an operation,
will be out of the game the rest of
the season.
The only thing Dr. Tigert would say
before the Kernel went to press was
that the Wildcats will all be ready
when the whistle blows and there'll be
a fight.
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"COLLEGE SPIRIT" TO
BE DISCUSSED AT "Y"
The Y. M. C. A. will hold a meeting
next Sunday, night at the Y rooms.
The topic of discussion will be: "What
is True College Spirit?" Student
speakers who have been selected for
the occasion are J. Franklin Corn,
Charles Gordon and Bart Peak. Three
points will bo emphasized
in the
speaking, college spirit on the campus,
and in students'
in the class-roo-

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KITTENS WIN FROM

To

with the church.

To promote a program of unselfish service.
To provide as far as possible,
bureaus, work
for needy students.

thru employment

S. R. 0.
FOR

To win men to Christian life and
develop them in it.

Making the best of a bad' bargain is
what the Patterson Hall girls have
To provide wholesome social life.
been doing since the only room in
To unite the students in promotthe building available for meetings
ing the interests of the University
was made into sleeping quarters this
and the individuals who compose it.
fall.
The lack of a place for the Y. W.
To unite the students of the UniC. A. to hold its meetings has presentversity of Kentucky with the worlded a serious problem, since the weath
wide Christian brotherhood.
er has prevented services being con
ducted on the porch. At last, how'
ever, the difficulty has been solved.
The laundry in the basement which Y. M. C. A. WILL OPEN
has previously occupied two rooms,
has been moved into one, and the
CAMPAIGN NEXT WEEK
girls have converted the other into an
association room. Curtains at the
windows, a flower box hiding an un Every Student To Be Asked
sightly corner and dashing yellow
To Become a Real
shades over the lights have worked
Live Member
miracles with the old laundry.
The Young Woman's Christian As- HAS DONE GOOD WORK
sociation has planned the room for a
"The hunger for brotherhood is at
community center, to make up to the
girls in some measure the loss of the bottom of the unrest of the mod
ern civilized world." That is the feel
their- old Recreation Hall.
ing in every Y. boy's heart, and Mr.
a
near akin to it
McINTEER IS WINNER Johnson hasthe feeling campaign for Y.
great
in starting
OF BANANA CONTEST M. C. A. membership that will be
waged next week. With a zip, a boom
The Agricultural Society held a and a rah the membership campaign
joint meeting with the Home Econom- will be started Monday and not a boy
ics girls last Monday night in the Y. will be missed; all will be given a
M. C. A. Building. Professor J. T. C. pressing invitation to join in the Y.
Noe made the address of the evening, movement and no sheep will intentionon "What Education Should Mean to ally be left out of the fold.
us and How we Should Spend Our
But this is a campaign for new
Leisure Hours While in College," and members not in name but in spirit.
three solos were sung by Miss Effie Deep down in the heart take stock of
Land.
yourself and see if you are going in it
The boys met at the Y. M. C. A. for the name; if you are, you should
and went in a body to Patt Hall, not go in. The fight of the t. M. C. A.
where they drew lots to see which is a fight to establish in the college
young lady would honor each with her boy's
heart the fatherhood of God and
company to the meeting. About forty the brotherhood
of man. Charles
girls were present.
Rann Kennedy says: "There's a lot
After the program, a banana-eatino' brother knockin' abaht as people
contest was pulled off and the prize don't know on." His statement is
of one dollar was won by B. B. Mcln-tee- true. When you look at it this busiafter it was shown that several ness of brotherhood you find there
of the contestants had put their ba- are many fellows that you would realnanas in their pockets Instead of the ly like to "buddy up to," while on the
placo intended for them by nature. other hand you can find fellows to
Refreshments, consisting of agricul- whom It would mean moro to be a
tural products, grapes, apples and ba- comrade to than all of the ready cash
nanas, were then passed around and most of us could spare.
for a time very little conversation was
Did the thought over touch you that
Indulged in.
we a ro all descendants of Adam, all
brothers and the earth is ono great
CHINESE Y. MAN HERE homo? Well, it is a fac.t. Every boy
In college, has a room in that home to
Mr. Win, R. Stewart, a Y. M. C. A. himself,
sonio of those rooms are so
missionary at Nanking, China, who is lonesome they ure
next
t door to Hell. Do you over meandor
homo on a furlough, was a visitor
the University Y. M. C. A. this week. and rap on your brother's door, Invito
Mr. Stewart will shortly return to the li i
hi to talk with you, smoke the pipe
foreign, field. Ho has been associated of comradeship and partake of your
with our former Y. M. C. A. secretary, good cheer? Do it and you will find
E. L. Hall, in the work in China.
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Howard and Peak Carry the Miss Margaret Wilkinson
Score
Ball Over
and Frank Shinnick
Take Prize
Is 13 to 0
STRUGGLE

THRILLING

BARNHILL ALSO WINS

(By "Sap.")
A deafening collection of "Meows"
Students of the University of Kenwas heard from the "Kittens" last
tucky and Sayre College and many
Friday when Assistant Coach Tuttle
filled) the
University
townspeople
took them from the source of their
chapel to overflowing last Friday
infantile pleasures and put them on
night for the annual "Amateur Night"
the gridiron at Georgetown in front of
given under the auspices of the Strollthe Tiger Cubs. As the Wildcats fight
ers, the University dramatic club.
in their lair so did the "Kittens" fight
Thruout the entire program the audhaunt of
on the muddy
ience was impressed with the original
the Cubs, and the end of the game
ity displayed by the contestants for
found the score 13 to 0 In the Kittens'
the Stroller prizes in the best amateur
favor.
performance of its kind ever given in
In the first half Jack Howard car- Lexington, according to critics who
ried the ball over for a score and were present.
The happy and the
"Red" Adair kicked goal. In the last sad, the pathetic and the ridiculous;
half when some one blundered the the classic and the burlesque all
signals Bart Peak ran for thirty yards found piace8 in the entertainment
and went over for another. At this furnished by the young actors. Nor
sensational play of Bart's the crowd was the art of music without reprewent wild. Two thousand Georgetown sentation, for on the bill appeared
rooters cried out their pain, fair young Harney's "Meat House Quartet," of
s
tore their hair and shed big Patt Hall and Cincinnati fame.
Texas tears of sympathy for GeorgeRoy Barnhill won the individual
town, but to no avail, as the game prize. The act presented
by Miss
soon closed and the Cubs were un- Margaret Wilkinson and Frank Shinable to score. After the game a rush nick was unanimously awarded the
was made to get better views of the prize for the doubles. The judges
offspring. Many compli- were Professor Enoch Grehan, ProfesWildcats'
ments were dispensed. People were sor E. F. Farquhar and "Uncle Jimshoved to exhaustion by those who my" Lyons. Mr. Barnhill
showed
wished to get a full view of the Kit- marked dramatic talent in his act,
tens. The game was a grand suc- "Out Bottoming Bottom," an arcess as evidenced by the Georgetown rangement of the Pyramus and This-bBumble Bee's extra, which was on the
interlude from "Midsummer Night's
street in a few minutes after the game, Dream." Mr. Barnhill impressed the
telling of the splendid work of the audience with his ability and cleverKittens and giving the constructive ness in taking successively the many
opinions of the Eastern scouts who different parts in this Shakespearean
follows:
were present. The line-uThe act staged by Miss
selection.
Cubs.
Position.
Kittens.
and Mr. Shinnick was
Wilkinson
Jennings unique in that Miss Wilkinson Is the
Mosley
Left End.
author of this play, In which she playJones ed the title role, "An American PrinLisanby
Left Tackle.
cess." She won the admiration of
Arnold critics both as an author and as an
Lancaster
Left Guard.
actress. Mr. Shinnick, in the role of
Kelley
Anderson (Capt.) a metropolitan newspaper reporter,
Center.
showed good dramatic form.
Minor
Sloan
F. 0. Mayes made quite a hit in his
Right Guard.
original monologue, "Hamlet at the
Barlow University of Kentucky."
Boles
"To bone,
Right Tackle.
or not to bone," the pseudo Hamlet
Johnson declared, was the paramount Issue. J.
Shinnick
Right End.
W. Lindsay commanded the sympa
Ogden thies of his hearers In his act repre
Peak
Quarterback.
senting a foreigner at the University.
Henderson Mr. Lindsay showed rare ability In
Howard
Loft Half.
character representation.
Bnugh
Atkinson
The most decided hit of the evening
Fullback.
from a humorous standpoint, was the
Lane farce, "Dot's Dilemma, or One at a
Annlr (Capt.)
Right Half.
Time and They'll Last Longer," preMany substitutes
wore used by sented by tho "Bill" family of Patt.
both teams during the last half.
Hall. This original play was highly
enjoyable.
Miss Josephine Thomas
Society will hold as "Dot" and Miss Eyrl Richmond as
Tho
its monthly meeting in tho Natural a "Cuckoo" student,
did excellent
Science Building at 7:30 Monday work in this production, as did Misses
night.
Clom nml Rlckotts.
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Miss Lemon's selection from "Romeo star, made an enormous hit in Chiand Juliet" was very ably rendered. cago, breaking all records during its
Last but not least on this varied six weeks' stay at the Illinois Theatre.
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Appeal to College Men because in no
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experiences
Her exciting
apt sayings sprung. Mr. Richey's opera.
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Tom McNaughton, who was so upManager Marsh expressed
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Tho program will consist of numbers
by Professor Alfred C. Zombrod, Miss
Ed. Cobb, Miss
Helen Burkholder,
Marian Sprague, a male quartot and
the cadet band.

The lour students who woro arreston a
ed on the streets Hallowe'en
charge of disorderly conduct had their
cases filed away with leavo In Pollco
Court last Friday morning. No testimony was heard, altho President Barker, who defended tho boys, insisted
that the case bo tried. Judge Riley
in his speech to tho boys, declared
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that the city of Lexington was friendThe regular monthly meeting of the ly to them, but that the University
student branch of tho American So- had a bad reputation and it was their
ciety of Mechanical Engineers was duty to lie it down.
held Monday at .1 o'clock in the Heat
Engineering Room, Mechanical Hall. JUNIOH CLASS WILL
The following program was presentHOLD MEETING TODAY
ed: "The Distallation of Gasoline,"
J. H. Evans; "Steam Flow Measure- mn..Mntr nf the Junior class will
ment," E. E. Drake; "The Designing"? b(J held in chapel a,t 3:30 o'clock this
Engineer
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Scott; "A Discussion of Diesel En a Junior editor of tho Kentuckian.
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Tho Sophisticated Sophs disregarded the laws of tho Discipline Commit-teand hazed tho poor little
Freshmen boys In a football
game on Stoll Field Saturday. A
dozen to nothing was the count. Tho
Juniors and Seniors also tried to stage
a game but nobody on either team had
wind enough to run to the other goal
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Tho University male quartot will
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Readings, recitations and songs are
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some of this stuff called class spirit,
which had hitherto been shown by
painting numerals and yelling "Whoopee, Freshmen!" in the midst of a
Sophomore crowd, or paying two bits
annual dues by yelling themselves
disappointed
hoarse. Tho fair
the sporting scribe of the Kernel by
not coming out in full force. He and
Emery Frazier had dressed up, taken
a shave and everything, and gone out
to give the ladies a treat, and the
only thing that kept them from doing
it was the Inexcusable failure of the
young ladies.
In the dignified contest between the
lordly Seniors and the Juniors there
isn't much to write about as there
wasn't much done. It certainly looks
like one or the other could have made
a touchdown in the two or three hours
they played. But they couldn't. The
Charles C. Wilson, who graduated
Seniors say they want to play another
Tri Beta's.
from the University in 1913, has been
same and if they just get time enough
(Boot Black Buncih.)
elected County Attorney at Meade,
they'll score yet. if they have to die
Freshet "Do yon belong to a Greek in the attempt.
Kas. He ran far ahead of his nationAmong the sprinkal and state tickets. Mr. Wilson was fraternity?"
was "Senator" Crum.
lers of
Fresher "Yes, I shine shoes."
In Lexington practicing law for nearTho Senator looks like a
Chaparral.
ly a year after graduation.
football player and it is a shame that
he hasn't been coming out for the
Wildcats. Society man Addison Foster and White Hope Bill Collins, were
also out on a twig. Rlchey did good
work for the Juniors.
Gardner and "Pug" Longsworth
OF THE
played the best game and made the
touchdowns for the Sophomores. Two
INTERCOLLEGIATE PROHIBITION ASSOCIATION
Freshmen, Edward Dabney and Leo
Oldham, came to the sport scribe of
1916
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 28-3- 1,
the Kernel and tried to get him to
write them up because they also came
from the Pearl City of the Incense
ONE THOUSAND DELEGATES. PLENTY OF PEP
breathing Pennyroyal, but tho sport
scribe would not fall before their
THE ONE BIG NATIONAL COLLEGE EVENT OF
fawning entreaties as he wished to
THE YEAR. Students from the universities and colleges all
keep his skirts or rather, pants free
Speakers of National and
over the United States will attend.
from any partiality.
World prominence will present the Biggest National Movement
Professor P. H. Weaver refereed.
You need the help it will give you.
of this student generation.
Captain John C. Fairfax umpired, and
IT'S INSPIRATION WILL LAST A LIFE-TIMnobody kicked at anything ho said.
Suits woro borrowed for tho following:

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flags, one for ordinary purposes and
full of exciteThere was a
one for celebrations, and they will
ment turned loose and the boya of the
bo here ready for uso In a short time.
classes turned out well and displayed
The flag that has been used on the
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The Kentucky Kernel
Published every Thursday throughout the College year by ho student body of
the University of Kentucky, for the benefit of the students,
alumni and faculty of the institution.
I

TUB KENTUCKY KERNEL is the offldnl newspaper of tho University.
It is issued with the view of furnishing to its subscribers all tho collego news
of Kentucky, together with a digest of items of Interost concerning tho universities of other States and Canada.
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EDITORIAL STAFF.
William Shlnnick
Dlllard Turner
Wayne Cottingham
J. Franklin Com
Miss Eliza Piggott
Thomas Underwood
J. R. Marsh
Miss Mildred Graham
Eugene Elder
Herbert Schaber
Harry Cottrell
John S. Sherwood.

EDITOR-IN-CHIE-

Assistant Editor
Managing Editor
"Squirrel Food"

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Athletic Editor
Exchango Editor
Y. W. C. A.

Mining
Literary
Agriculture
REPORTERS.
Thornton Council.
W. C. Draddy.
BUSINESS STAFF.

Byron Bacon Black

KERNEL.

not clean and able the editor of the Alumnus owes it to
the student body to expose them.
The third section of the Alumnus' plan is but
"sound and fury" unless it comes down to cases. The
sentence needs clarification. It may be true that there
are individuals who do not respect the administration,
but in general the faculty and that part of the student
boo'y which is not swayed by prejudices are satisfied
with the manner in which administrative affairs are

conducted.
The Kernel feels that the Alumnus should name
the persons who are guicbd by selfish interests and are
receivers of spoils; that he should accuse directly those
who are not clean and above suspicion and that he
should point out specific evils due to inofficiency. Vague
charges do the University no good and give an unfriendly press opportunity to sprea'1 broadcast the
seed's of dissatisfaction and misinfC' mation. If the
editor of the Alumnus frunishes proof and quotes instances he will render the University a great service;
if he cannot do this he has done an injustice to many excellent men and women, both in the faculty and the student body. The Kernel insists that tin- charges be substantiated with facts or retracted.
The columns of this paper are op i n to the editors
of the Alumnus at any time they desire to write further
on the subject treated in their leading editorial. We
respectfully suggest that it would be well to let us have
this material in time for the next issue of the Kernel.

Business Manager

Joe M. Robinson

Jour-nallnt- s

1.

If a Democratic paper contends
is duo to Democracy,

that prosperity

and high prices to tho war in Europe;
If a Republican paper, that prosperity i4 duo to tho war in Europo and
high prices to Democracy.
2.

Alwnys refer to the popularity of
as "growing by leaps

you;' candidate

and hounds." Remember, also, that
"the trend is townrd him." Abovo all,
do not fall to incorporate tho phrase,
"It may well ho said.' "No jot or title,"
is a very elegant little string of words
thnt is always useful.
3. State unequivocally
that your
man Is exactly akin to Lincoln in his
idens.
4. Refer to your opponents as
politicians"
and your own
men as statesmen inspired by the one
desire to save tho country.
fi.
Always givo hyphenates a black-eye- .
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If these few simple rules are closely
observed, the editorial will of necessity be clear and forceful and confidence will be aroused in your readers.

Let Us Have the Facts.
publication
The Kentucky Alumnus, the
issued by the graduates of the University, had in its last
two issues editorials demanding that a complete
of the University be made, giving reasons
why this
was necessary. In the last
the editorial, supposedly written by Mr. Harry
Staples, the editor, contained the following paragraphs:
The general pla'n it appears necessary to
effective, construcmake the
tive and of permanent benefit that the University may be free and unshackled b