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PROSPECTS

BRIGHT FOR

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KNfilNRRPITMn

1918

FOOTBALL AT U.K.

Next Year's Athletics May
Not Suffer From the
War
GOOD SCHEDULE MADE

TO
T. R. Nunan,

Second Lieutenant
was a recent visitor
at tho University. Lieutenant Nunan
was graduated in tho class of 191G and
was with tho Armstrong Cork and In
sulatlon Company of Pittsburgh, until
last May, when ho entered tho first
training camp at Fort Benjamin liar
rlson. Since receiving his commis
sion he has been stationed at, Camp
Zachary Taylor. Major Albert Smith,
309th Engineers, 84th Division, ac
cpmpanied Lieutenant Nunan. They
were looking for graduates of this
year's class to Join the 309th Engl
neers.
309th Engineers,

EXCHANGES

JOIN R.O.T.C. CAMPS

ahead of
TO get Weevil:

Broadcast one

Three Years' Drill Required
For Men Attending

Centro Collcgo Cento says that tho
entire track team has been wiped out
by tho war's demand for men.

Camp

hun-

dred pounds of

Nitrate of Soda

SENIOR IS TOO YOUNG Sweet Co ed "What do you think of
acre,
before plantBill's now mustache?"
Only enrolled members of the
'Nothor "Oh, it tickles mo imCotton,
Officers' Training Corps Unit, mensely."
numbering twenty-ono- ,
at tho University, and seniors or others who havo
Chem. Prof. "We will now take
completed their three years' drill are poison."
to
eligible for attendance nt the summer
Soph.- - "Go ahead."
"The College
For information writ to
training camp. This means that the Chronicle," of Northwestern Unlver- sophomores and freshmen of the Uni- slty.
WILLIAM S. MYERS, Director
versity will not be permitted to at2f Madfcea) Avawie, New Yerk
tend the camp.
The Donkey's Joke.
Captain Royden received Monday When the donkey saw
W. B.
the zebra,
from H. P. McCain, Adjutant General
He began to switch his tall;
SHOP
of the Army, Washington, an order "Well, I
never!" was his comment;
concerning the camp training for
The Closest Shop to University
"There's a mule that's been in Jail."
members of the advanced course and
"The Holycad," of the Michigan
HAIR CUT
.25
selected members, senior division, Re Agricultural College.
Shavo
.16
serve Officers' Training Corps Units

per

just

ing your

or use

Seniors this year must nrrnngo to
take a post graduate course next year,
because there is going to bo ono of the
doggonedcst football teams wearing
Wildcat colors In 1018, that anyone
will ever havo a chanco to sco again.
The offlco Noah, who Insists on
talking about the good old days when
was here, has almost ad
mitted that wo will havo a team equal
to any heretofore produced, and that
A letter has been received
is quite an admission for him. In
at
truth, one would almost dislike even Mechanical Hall from Frank M.
to go to war and leave bucIi a team Wilkes, class of 1908, now Captain,
playing behind. To prove our asser Signal Corps, Commanding Headquar
tlons, let us look at a few of this ters, U. S. Signal Corps Radio School,
College Park,
Maryland.
Captain
last season's players.
(Shampoo
.26
There's Riddle, with the spirit of Wilkes for several years was manager
The order authorizes the holding of
Safety First
Glover's Shampoo
.bv
"Doc" Rodes and "Rabbit" Curry in of the Missouri Public Utlities Com training camps for the
further prac
Dentist (to patient who Is opening 153 S. Limestone St., Lexington, Ky.
his heels. No prophecy is needed for pany at Poplar Bluff, Missouri, and tical instruction of
members of the his purse) "No, don't bother to pay
him. Shanklin and Walker, little de was at the first officers' training camp advanced course, Reserve
Officers' me in advance."
mons, are to be here. Qus Oay will at Fort Sheridan, Illinois. Since re Training Corps
TO YOU
units, during the Patient "I'm not I was only countprobably be In to play near big Pul-le- ceivlng his commission he has been
Hair Cut
25c
month of June, the exact date and ing my money before you give me
Both the Downings, trained be in charge of the first Government location to be announced
Geo. T. Martin Barber Shop
later.
gas."
hind the plow and pitchfork, will be Radio School established.
139 EAST MAIN STREET
The order reads:
Basement Opp. rhoenlx Hotel
He writes to the University, urging
there with their beef for the line.
AND
. PLAIN. SHOWER
"Attendance at the camps will be
RODGER3 IN NAVY SERVICE.
"
TURKISH BATHS
Dishman, Heber, Murphree, Bastin, graduates of the engineering depart
limited to:
FOUR CHAIRS
Beit of Service
Baugh, Boone oh, there will be no ment to take this training as the
"1.
Raymond Rodgers, B. S., of the class
Members of the advanced
lack of "men." The only ones we will United States is especially in need of
lose will be "Brit," a truly great loss, electrical engineers in Radio Signal course, Reserve Officers Training of 192.1, who has been serving as an
DENTIST
electrician in the Navy at Pratt In
Captain Wilkes ex Corps units and
Jimmie Hedges, and Dempsey, all val- Corps work.
For any kind of dental service call on
"2.
Such other selected members stltute, Broklyn, N. Y.f and United
pressed his pleasure that the Univer
iant men and strong.
DR.
T. SLATON
Daddy Boles is optimistic and has sity or Kentucky was to conduct a of senior divisions, R. O. T. C. units, Electrical School, N. Y. Navy Yards
127 CHEAPSIDE
already taken on some of the best Radio School. Captain Wilkes stated who have received military instruc will take the competitive examination
teams in the South for Wildcat menus. that Walter C. Kiesel, another meiu- - tion equivalent to the basic course for appointment to the United States Office hours, 8 . ro. to 6 p. m. Phone 864-Tennessee, Sewanee, Alabama,
her of the class of 1908, had taken the and one year of the advanced course Navy. Rodgers visited the University
prescribed by General Orders No. 49, Saturday.
are on the list again. Centre Signal Corps Radio training.
J. D. PURCELLCO.
War Department, 1916.
LEXINGTON,
KY.
will feel the fangs of revenge, Miami
Howard Payne Ingels, clas sof 1905,
"4. All members of R. O. T. C. units
comes in for a dose, and numerous has recently been appointed secretary
NEWEST FALL MODES IN
others that will All out a
of the War Industries Board and Sec authorized to attend such camps who
SUITS, DRESSES, COATS,
schedule.
retary of the Price Fixing Committee have not already done so, will be re
SKIRTS and WAISTS.
Basketball will have its interesting of this board. This is a rare distinc quired in advance to agree in writing
Pleasingly Priced.
lights next year, too, if all this year's tion for one so young as Mr. Ingels, in accordance with the requirements
FRATERNITY
players return. No one doubts that and in his position, he will have an of paragraph 46, General Orders No.
the Wildcats of this year were as good unusual opportunity to become ac- 49, War Department, 1916, to attend
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CLUB PINS
as any team in the State. Centre quainted with the manufacturing in such camps, and also to accept at the
option of the Government such trans
was able to defeat them only after dustries of this country.
MEDALS
portation as the Government may proplaying a perfect game at Louisville,
while the Wildcats seemed tempor
A card, dated March 20, has been vide, or mileage at the rate of 3
CHIROPODIST
arily to have lost all idea of the game, received from E. K. Robertson, class cents a mile from the colleges,
We Cater to the
Thomas, Shanklin, Bastin, Dishman of 1917, who Is now In France. Mr. schools or homes to such camp as
Office Phoenix Hotel Barber
University and College
are all freshmen and have years be- Robertson is corporal, Meterological they may be directed to attend, and
Shop.
Hours by appointPatronB.
fore them to become sensations. Service, Aviation
ment. Phone 1988-- x
Signal mileage at the rate of 3 cents a mile
Section,
s
Marsh, Glickman, Campbell and
Corps, American Expeditionary Forces, from such camps after completion of
are in the same class with the France. He states that the trip over course of same to their homes within
slight advantage of more playing to was pleasant. He is now stationed in the limits of the United States.
their credit.
"i5.
Reports will be submitted to
a very old monastery, dating from
These two branches, by many stu- the fifth century, and visited many this office with the least practicable
dents considered the most Interesting points of historical Interest en route. delay, and not later than April 28th,
Jeweler
of all athletics will be well worth the Mr. Robertson says that J. J. Tigert, showing the number under each class
"price of admission," and we may ex- class of 1909, is now in France and as given in the third paragraph above.
123 E. Main Street,
pect to see Stoll Field crowded at located near him.
H E oerfec
"By order of Secretary of War.
Opp. the Phoenix,
tion of pencil1
the slightest hint of a football game.
"H. P. McCANN."
quality uLexington, Ky.
We even hope to see a brand new gym
nequalled for
J. S. Brldger, Division SuperintendTho Captain Royden wrote an urgsmoothness, unicrowded to the rails, if that is not too ent of Traffic, American Telephone &
formity of grading
ent letter requesting the department
fond a dream, when our "floor artists" Telegraph Company, headquarters at
and durability.
to permit the sophomores of the Uniare scheduled for a tussle.
17 black degrees
Atlanta, Georgia, and A. H. Guyot with
versity to attend the camp, his request
from 6B softest to
tho Louisville office of the same comto 9H hardest, and
was not granted.
pany, were visitors at Mechanical Hall
hard and aaediusa
MAHONEY ENLISTS
en(indelible)
copy
recently.
Their object was to The seniors of the University
fag.
Charles Mahoney, sophomore in tho
interview seniors of the College of rolled in the Reserve Officers' TrainLook for the diattnc
University, a Wildcat guard of the
Uv4 VENUS fitdihl
Mechanical and Electrical Engineer ing Corps have all been recommend
1917 season, enlisted in tho naval reing with the view of having men take ed for appointments to National Offserve as a second class seaman last
up work with the American Telephone icers Training Camps and expect to
week. Mahoney is still in school and
and Telegraph Company, immediately leave May 15.
This trial box
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One senior, however, not eligible by
after graduation in June.
Drawiat resells.
Mahoney, a brother, who was a memHolder end
VENUS Eraser
J. W. Thompson, class of 19ilC, is law for admittance to a national camp
ber of last year's, senior class is also
eat free. Write
of three months' duration, because ho
with this company, now located in
(otic
in active service.
years and 9 months old, will
Is not
Memphis, Tennessee, and R. E.
1013, is lu the Transmission probably attend tho Reserve Officers
DR. PORTER IN CHAPEL TUESDAY
AsMricaa Lead Peacll Co.
Department of the New York offlco of Training Camp with the Juniors.
rifthAve.,N.Y.
W. Porter, pastor of tho First this company.
$1.00 Per Year
Dr. J.
Dept.
Baptist Church, will speak in chapel
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