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The Kentucky Kernel
VOL. XL
KENTUCKY-CINCINNA-

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LEXINGTON. KY.. FEBRUARY 15. 1921

Semi-Week- ly

PROBATION STUDENTS
DROPPED FROM CLASSES

WRESTLING MATCHES

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DEBATE TO BE MARCH 19

ARRANGED

BY BOLES

Professor Mikesell Announ- Cincinnati and Miami on
Kentucky Schedule For
ces Final Dates For AnMat Contests
nual Contests
'
The final dates for the .University of
Kentucky and Cincinnati debates have
been arranged. Friday evening, March
18 In the University Chapel, tho affirmative team of the University will
meet the negative team of Cincinnati.
For the negative team which goes to
Cincinnati, a most Interesting arrangement has been completed whereby the
negative Bide of ithe question will meet
the affirmative side and will debate before the. Chamber of Commerce at
noon on Saturday, March 19. This
Chamber of .Commerce consists of Influential business men of the city of
Cincinnati and tho representatives of
the respective schools are looking" forward to this debate before the busiIt
ness men with great pleasure.
places debating Jn the proper place,
in which debate is considered as a
serious discussion of an economic or
political topic and never as a matter
of mere entertainment to an audience.
The final picking of the debate teams
will take place next Friday, February
18; at 2:30 in the Dittle Theater.
There will be a committee of judges
appointed to hear the candidates. The
public is Invited to this contest.
The dates for the oratorical contests have been arranged. 'On Saturday evening, March 5, the State Oratorical Association will hold its annual
contest in Berea at which the University will be presented. On March
11 the yearly contest of the Southern
Oratorical League will take place in
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, at which
Kentucky also will be represented.
The orator or orators for these contests will be chosen in a preliminary
contest which will take place in the
.Little Theater, February 25, at 2:30.
The public is cordially invited to hear
this contest.
It is urged that all those who in- tend to enter these contests, register
with Professor Mikesell and proceeu
to a final preparation of their subject.

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FOB BENNETT PRIZE

Gash Prize is Offered For
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Best Paper on
Topics
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Subjects for the Bennett Prize Con-- r
1920 have been announced by
Dr. Edward Tuthill, head of Department of History, as follows:
1. The Significance of the German
Revolution of 1918,
2. The Increase of Parliamentary
Government since 1910.
3. How Authority and Liberty Are
Reconciled in Progressive States.
Pursuant to the will of Mr. Bennett,
of New York, a cash prize of $20 in
eold Is offered to tho student of the
TinJvpt-Hltwho shall submit tho best
nn fiome tonic relating to par
All underliamentary institutions.
graduates are eligible to compote for
this prize and the essays should bo
placed in the hands of President
by May 1. This prize Is awarded
In the chapel in Juno.

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Senior commencement
.will be on display and orders for them
taken at the fifth hour next Friday,
Saturday and Monday, February 18,
,19 and 21, In The Kernel office In tho
cost .twentyflvo cents for cardboard
cents fo rcardboard
cost twenty-fiv- e
cents for leather
covers and slxly-flvcovers. They must bo paid for when
brdered and may not bo ordered later.
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Two wrestling matches have been
arranged by Athletic Director Boles,
the first to take place the 25th of this
month at Cincinnati between the local
mat artists and the team representing
the University of Cincinnati. The second match will bo staged here March 5,
against Miami University.
The manly art of wrestling is rapidly winning favor with the students of
the KJuilverfyXjand ja greajfc 'many
would-bLewises 'and Stetchers are reporting every afternoon to the wrestling room for practice. The reason for
the popularity of this sport at present KITTEN QUINTET TO
is the fact that for the first time in
tho history of tho school, Kentucky Is
MEET WESLEYAN HERE
going to take part in
wrestling matches.
The Wildcat wrestling' team Is. under
the direction of Harold Enlow, light Wednesday Night Kentucky
heavyweight, and former champion of
Girjs to Revenge Recent
the United States Military Academy.
' Defeat
He acquired his skill from former
Wjorld Champion Tom Jenkins who
fas( Kittens of the University
The
gave Enlow many private lessons.
will meet the evenly matched team of
Kentucky Wesleyan College Wednesday night at 8 o'clock in the boys'
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The last game played on the local
floor was one of the closest and hottest contests ever witnessed by a Kentucky crowd, the score being In favor
The Kittens were
of Cincinnati
ahead n the first half and it was not
until the last ninuto of the game,
literally, that the game was lost, by
the throwing of a field goal by the
opponents. Since the game with Cincinnati, the girls have been practicing
hard and team work has been improved greatly.
The game Wednesday night- promises to be one of the best games of tho
season as Wesleyan has developed the
strongest team it has known for many
for the local side
years.- - The line-uis not determined.
The Kittens loaVe Thursday night
for Tennessee where they will play
Peabody College at Nashville and the
University of Tennessee at
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Three O. Henry Stories,
Dramatized," First
on Program
The Little theater season at the University of Kentucky will open Monday
night, February 28, with the presentation of three plays" dramatized from O.
Henry stories by students of the University and staged by them on tho
night of the 28th and March 1. The
program for the season has been arranged so that each play will be presented twice, the first night for faculty
of the University, and friends in Lexington who desire to patronize the
movement, and the second for students
Professor William
of the University.
Mikesell, head of the department of
dramatic production, will be in charged
plays, and George
of the season's
Whiting, of the English department,
secretary-treasure- r
of tho Little Theater, will have charge of the sale of
season tickets.
The plays for the first night will be
"After Twenty Years," dramatized by
Miss Carlisle Chenault; "The Gift of
tho Magi," by Miss Francis Marsh, and
"Mammon and the Archer," by Frank
Gentry. This is the first work of the
kind done by any students of the University and the girls will act as stage
managers for the productions In each
case. Miss Frances Jewell has assisted
tho girls and Mr. Gentry in the dramatization and will be with them for tho
production.
On March 11 and 12. the Philosophian
play, "Tho Amazons," under tho direction of Mr. Mikesell, will bo presented;
a program of plays by
on March
the Central Kentucky Branch of tho
Southern Association of, College Women will bo given under tho supervision
of 'Miss Josephine Slmrall; on April
tho Patterson Literary Society, directed by Mr. Mikesell, will give the program, nnd on April
under tho
leadership of Mrs. Salllo Bullock Cavo,
the dramatic class of tho Woman's
Club will havo charge of the program.
Tho season will close with n program
on May
and tho nature of tho playa
will bo announced later.
It is the purpose of tho Little theater
to bring all groups In uiul outsldo of
tho University who are interested In
tho drama and tho writing of original
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SENIOR NOTICE!
invitations

students who wero
the first semester have
been dropped from tho rolls of the
registrar on account of not making tho
necessary standing of .7. A great many
of the Htudcit8 who were dismissed
pleaded Ignornnce of ithe rulo which
Is plainly stated in tho Student Handbook of Information paragraph 27,
entitled "Students on Probation."
This warning is as follows: "Any
student iwhoso standing for a given
semester Is below one Is placed on
probation for the whole of tho next
semester. His parents are informed of
tho fact, and during the period of
probation he is under the special supIf for his
ervision of his dean.
semester of probation his standing is
below .7 ho is dropped!"
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HYGIENE TO BECOME
UNIVERSITY STUDY
Beginning with the fall session the
subject of Hygiene will be required of
all students of tho College of Arts and
Sciences two hours a week, on tho
A
basis of 1.3 credits a semester.
short paper each week will be the only
requirement outside of class lectures,
and no text books will be necessary.
For the students of the College of Arts
and Sciences, Hygiene may be taken
in the Sophomore, Junior or Senior
years.
There will bo a series of eight or ten
lectures on Hygiene at the beginning
of tho year for tho Engineering students. All Freshmen will bo required
to take Hygiene one hour a week
during the year, but no outside work
will bo required.
Whether Hygiene will be required
of students In tho College of Agriculture has not been decided, but the requirement will more than probably
bo made to Include such students, as
well as tho students In tho College of
Law.
This semester Hygiene Is olectlvo,
throe hours a week, for which threo
credits are given.
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Tho annuul .Military Ball, given by
tho officers and cadets In tho Battalion.
of tho University will take place Monday ovenlng, February 21, In Buell
Armory. All tho men will appear in
uniform as la customary.

No. 17

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MISS SPINNEY TO

WILDCATS-TIGER- S

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IN CHAPEL WEDNESDAY

Second Basketball Game Be- Celebrated English Tragetween Neighbors to Be
dienne to Be Guest of
Played
the University
Tuesday night the Wildcats will
meet the Georgetown College Tigers
In tho college gymnasium at Georgetown. This will be the second basketball game between tho two teams this
season, the former game which was
played on the local court resulted in
a 38 to 23 victory for the Kentucky

Miss Dorothea Spinney, Interpreter
of classical drama, and noted as tho
most celebrated of English tragediennes will read Iphlgenla In Tauris
In the University chapel Wednesday
afternoon, February 23. Miss Spinney
is to be the guest of the University
and admission will bo free to this enfive.
tertainment, seldom equaled In LexingBoth teams have developed a great ton. Miss Spinney has appeared bedeal since their earlier battle and a fore literary and musical circles of
lively contest Is expected. Since the England receiving the highest praise
Tigers played here they have defeated for her art. Her success in her native
the strong University of Louisville country has been repeated here before
quintet by a larger score than that many university audiences.
team, was beaten by Centre.
Miss Spinney's repertoire Includes
The Wildcats have been weakened the tragedies of Eurlpedes and Sophoby the loss of Lavin, who sustained an cles, Hamlet and Pompllia's speech
injured shoulder In the Centre game, from The Ring and the Book, and other
but certain members of the "Wrecking shorter plays by Yeats, Lady Gregory
Crew" have been trying out for the and Barrle. The New York Evening
place and the loss of "Bobby" will not Post found in her reading, "a deep sinbe so keenly felt. It is not known who cerity, artistic restraint and classic
will start in the Georgetown game but1 simplicity." Her marvelous voice and
the probable line up will be: forwards, speaking hands are praised by Tho
King and Hayden; Center, Adkins; Nation. Miss Spinney has instilled
guards, Kidgeway and Wilhelm or in her art gestures, moods, and poses
Smith.
poetically Aegean that Inspire "an undiminished pleasure even reverence."
San Francisco Bulletin.
She acts in costume before a setting of curtains with two tapers burnMEET HERE THIS WEEK ing, abandoning all stage accessories
that might, confuse and distract from
the classic beauty of the ancient drama
to which she gives again life.
College of Agriculture WelMiss Spinney's coming has aroused
the interest of all cultured people of
comes Convention of
the city. Clubwomen, and students
Workers
from all over the Blue grass have been
invited to attend. Faculty members,
Representatives of all agricultural Miss Pollltt, Miss Jewell, Dean Slminstitutions in the thirteen southern rall and Professors Sax, Grehan and
states together with fertilizer manu- Farquhar in charge of the enterfacturers, meat packers, lime produ- tainment, have arranged a luncheon at
cers and members of the agricultural tho Phoenix in Miss Spinney's honor
departments of southern railways will for Wednesday, February 23.
come to Lexington Tuesday, February
At the Friday chapel hour Professor
15 for the opening of the Twenty-SeconE. F.Farquhar will comment upon and
Annual Convention of the make a critical review of the interpre.Southern Association of Agricultural tation of tplay las given by Miss
Workers which will be held February Spinney.
15, 16. and 17, according to an announcement vhlch has been made at
the College of Agriculture, University ARTICLE BY DR. BOYD
of Kentucky.
The thirteen states which will bo
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represented will be Virginia, North and
South Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi. Tennessee, Louislanna, Oklahoma, Texas and Opinion of Kentucky Dean Is
Arkansas.
Quoted in "School and
General sessions of the association
Society"
will be held in the mornings of the
three days while the afternoons will
The
be given to sectional meetings.
Dean Paul P. Boyd, of the College
morning sessions will include discus- of Arts and Sciences, has a paper ensions on agricultural problems of gen- titled
Activities and
eral interest in the south and those of Scholarship in "School and Society"
the afternoon discussions on special for February 5.
topics of interest to the separate secInteresting statistics on scholarship
tions.
at the University of Kentucky are
Officers of the association who have (quoted to slitfj-- fcliat indent day
charge of the program Include Dan T. scholarship is at least as good as
Gray, president, Raleigh, N. C, Dean that of ton, twenty or thirty years ago.
Thoiuas P. Cooper, of tho Kentucky Dean Boyd advocates tho extension
College of Agriculture,
of the point system for activities now
and C. A. Mooors, secretary, Knoxville, in operation in tho Student GovernTenn.
ment Association at tho University.
Sections which will hold afternoon Ho also recommends more stringent
meetings Include tho Field Crops and requirements to eliminate tho loafer
Fertilizers, Animal Husbandry and and tho Inefficient from collego. In
Horticulture, closing, the suggestion is mado that
Extension,
Livestock,
Society, Associa a faculty committee should be appointrhytopathologlcal
tion of Cotton States Entomologists ed, as at Illinois, to study tho wholo
and the Southern section of tho Ameri- question of
activities as
can Society of Agricultural Engineers. related to standards of scholarship,
and a student council should bo invited
MISS SLADE AT TRANSYLVANIA to cooperate in finding constructive
Tho Crimson Rambler, tho weekly suggestions applicable to tho Institunewspaper of Transylvania College, tion in question.
Will present Miss Virginia Slado in
"Alico Sit by .tho Flro" at Morrison PRESIDENT HUTCHINS IN CHAPEL
President William J. Hutchins of
Chapel Friday ovenlng at 8 p. m. Miss
Slado's ability Is well known and a Berea College will speak to tho student
body in chapel, Tuesday.
good program Is assured.
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY

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"CRIBBING"
w.Regretable as it Is, The Kernel is
forced to take cognizance of the prevalence of "cribbing" during the recent
(final- examinations in the University.
Too long has the man who cheats
consoled himself by saying: "it is no
one else's business, I am hurting no
one but myself.',' When he says this
lie falls to remember that his real
mark in his Comparative grade is
measured alongside the grades of the
other members of his class. Forcing
a comparision of their real work with
his dishonest effort is plainly unfair to
his classmates.
Too long the man who cheats has
consoled himself with the observation:
'everyone else in the class does, I
'
might as well, too." He may square
himself with outward appearances with
this, but his conscience continually reminds him that it is wrong. Habit is
but the recurrence of a repeated
phenomnon and if he becomes accustomed to arguing thus he will have
(the habit of cheating firmly fixed upon
himself, to carry through life.
Too long the man who cheats has excused himself saying: "I have cheated
before, I might as well do so again."
The "cheataniac" should be admonished and broken of his habit by his
classmates. Good students who cheat
are probably in this class. Having
cheated before when .they did not
study, they continue to dheait now, even
though they are familiar with the subject.
If men must cheat, and experience
has shown that they do under our
present system of" giving final examinations, then in the opinion of The Kernel, the question is squarely up to the
Instructors, who have two probable
solutions open. They may watch their
classes so closely that "cribbing" will
bo impossible or before giving the
course they may explain that every
exam will be an "honor" one and that
tho student is expected to study during tho course as at itho end he will
havo no opportunity to cheat. Men
who are so dastardly as to betray their
honor are not fit subjects for University attendance and should bo
at once.
In the opinion of The Kernel, tho lat
ter Is much tho more feasible solution of tho problem. Exams that are
behind are gone. Now is tho time to
Jbogin studying so that in Juno tho
"cribbing"
. subjects will bo known and
Remembering
will bo unnecessary.
tho standard of chivalry for which
Kontuckians have always been famous,
The Kernel believes, that If tho examinations on Kentucky's campus were
carried on under tho "honor system"
tho scheme would prove practical.
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EXAMINATIONS
FOR
FRIDAY DENTAL CLINIC BEGUN

KENTUCKY (KERNEL K. K. G. SORORITY

Tho Department of Hygiene and
Public Health reports tho dontal clinic
to bo progressing splendidly under tho
direction of Dr. C. C. Elliott nnd Miss
Sixty girls nro examined
Greiathouso.
every Wednesday afternoon and In
about three weeks tho girls will all
havo been examined, and tho examina
tion of the men begun. The object of
the clinic Is to make a thorough Investigation of tho condition of the teeth,
free of charge, and. to recommend
whatovor dental caro Is needed. All
students will bo required to have a
special examination.

AN OVERSIGHT
The Issue of January 25 of The Kernel which carried a story concerning
the locations, capacities, etc., of tho
fraternity houses of tho University
fulled to include in the list of organizations occupying homes the PI Kappa
HOOF AND HORN CLUB Alpha fraternity. This omission was
ENTERTAINS AG. MEN purely an oversight, ofand The Kernel
correcting the
takes this moans
Kentucky is Host to Association of error.
Agricultural Workers.
FARQUHAR TO LECTURE ON
PROPOSED EUROPEAN TOUR
The Hoof and Horn Club will stage
another entertainment similar to the
A class in the Education of Travel
Little International Wednesday night
at the Judging Pavilion, in connection was begun the second semester. It
anyone matriculated in the
wltli the meeting of the Association Is open to
University, but particularly to those
of Southern Agricultural Workers to
European trip
be held at Kentucky, February 15 to who intend to take the
with the party now being organized
17.
Farquhar. No colTho Association of Southern Agri- by Professor E. F.
given.
cultural Workers Is made up of deans lege credit is
The class meets at 3:30 every Thursof Agricultural colleges,, leading prohigh standing in day afternoon during this semester in
fessors and men of
room 301 of the Administration buildagricultural work in the South.
ing. Lectures will be delivered on
the countries to which the party is exSTROLLER ROOM
go.
Scotland, England,
NEWLY FURNISHED pecting to
Belgium, Switzerland, Italy and France
are included in the two months and
A metropolitan hotel i3 "not In it"
with the Stroller room in its new at
tire. It is ready for any occasion
meeting, rehearsal, or reception. Its
blue plush davenport cries out for an
occupant or occupants; its mirror is
smilingly awaiting the first chance of
reflecting good cheer; and its carpets are lying in anticipation of the
The same distinction, the same style
impressions of friendly feet.
The room is situated in the base- and the same nice attention to details
ment of the Science Building. It is that characterizes the other merchan
for the exclusive use of members of
dise of
the present dast, former and present
officers of the society, and wearers of
Anderson & Gregory-Men'the Stroller pin.

more of travel. Tho party will sail
from Now York, Boston, or Montreal
on July 2 and return September 12.

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COMPANY B, 20; BAND, 13
Priced at figures
Company B defeated tho Band in the
sent their value
second game of the Military Basket-

Thursday by the
ball Tournament
score of 20 to 13. Molloy tossed in
almost half of the points of Company
B and was easily the star of the
game. Score :
Co. B, (20)
Pos.
Band (13)
Bryant (4)
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HEADGEAR

Due to the quick action of the University Health officers in vaccinating
150 students when a case of smallpox Was discovered in the University there has been no more evidence
of the disease. The patient in the
single case of small pox Buffered only
a light form, and is rapidly recovering. ATTEND

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plays together and to advance in what
over way possible the possibilities of
local talent. The programs arranged
by the Philosophian Society,, tho Pat
terson Society and tho Individual stu
dents will show what tho students
can do in writing plays, stage manageW.
ment and dramatization, and the numbers by tho Woman's Club, tho College
Club and perhaps tho last program Haircut
will givo Lexingtonians tho opportunity Shave
doslred and will afford for the com153 South Limestone St.
munity a decided advancement in tho
Lexington, Ky.
movement.
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Miss Caroline Sharpo of Wilkes-BarrPennsylvania, has arrived at tho
University ito tako up tho work of
Y. W. .C. A. secretary, for this semes- .4er. It has long been tho desire of tho
women students to have a Y. W. C. A.
secretary, and they consider themselves very fortunate in having Miss
She is a
o Sharpo to fill that office.
graduate of Sweet Brier College.
The Law Library has just received a
set of the Second Decimal Digest
which is just off the press, and is at
present the only one la tho State.

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ADULTS

s
Neal G. Sullivan received his
degree in law ithe past semester,
and Marianna Devereaux completed
her undergraduate course In law and
(will receive her degree with the graduating class in June.
Mas-tor'-

divi-sio-

CLASSES TUESDAY AND
!

Dick's a funny fellow
He's dense as any wall.
No one can argue with him
Because he knows it all.
to "Standard"
But when he is, he's fine.
Tho dull, and much too wordy
He sure has got a line.

2c

WAR

TAX, TOTAL

20c

LEXINGTON'S

now uniform.
"Deechwood Crack," a very fine dog,
is the latest addition to tho Instructional start of the military department.
Tho dog arrived last week from Port
Allen, and Is imported from England
whore ho was assigned to tho tank
corps. He went over tho top In tho
Great War and served with tho armies
in Franco for three years.

AMUSEMENT

CENTERS

though tho Juniors obtained an early
lead and were never headed. Brown,
Lowls and Shanklin were the leading
point makers for the Juniors, while
Ashur seemed to be tho only Soph
who could locate tho hoop. Scoro:
Sophomores (11
Pos. Juniors (22)
Hogg (4)
Brown (6)
P
Baugh (2)
P. . .Wilkcrson ((0)
C
Lewis (G)
Ashur (G)
G
Morris (2)
Barr(2)
G
Sparks (0)
Burnham (0)
Substitutions Juniors, Shanklin (6)
for Lewis, Jeff Clark for Morris, Sauer
(2) for Clark.

JUNIORS, 22; SOPHOMORES 14
By dofeatlng tho Sophomores, 22 to
14, Wednesday, the Juniors tie with
Prank T. Slobert, '01, is an inspector
tho Seniors for class basketball honors. for jthe Interstate Commerce ComThe giame was close and interesting, mission with offices in Philadelphia.

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passed upon by tho Council and Social
Committee, nnd will have to bo
brought up before tho Sennte, beforo
nny action can bo taken. However, it
By Adaline C. Mann
is most likely that the chapter will
Arrangements nre being mndo by tho bo established before the close of this
Military Department of tho University semester.
for a target contest between all tho
R. O. T. C. units in tho States of Ohio,
Tho Military Department has receivIndiana, West Virginia and Kentucky.
ed some now equipment in the form of
Tho contest will tako place on tho
home range of each unit and the a fortification set for field engineering
records will bo turned in to the 5th nnd now relief map, eight by four feet,
Corps Area headquarters.
Tho Ken- which is to bo used primarily for the
tucky gallery range is now in opera- course in topography and landscape
tion and is fully equipped for practice.
target use in musketry.
Each afternoon the range is open to
certain sections of tho Sophomore
By a vote or tho student body in reas designated on tho bulletin gard to the change from
the uniform
board in tho Gymnasium building, and
Department requests all men who of the United States Government istho
possibly can, to turn out for practice. sue to the University of Kentucky design It was shown that not all of the
The status for "Scabbard and Blade," students were In favor of the change.
the honorary military society for tho So at present no steps whatever Will
University has gone in and has been be taken to inaugurate the using of tho

All new women students are requested to report at Dean Slmrall's office
during the week of February 14.

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Evening Up. "Did the laundryman
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