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The Kentucky Kernel
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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

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LEXINGTON, KY

VOL. XL

GREGG

MRS. BRECKINRIDGE
DISCUSSES

PRESIDED IT
DE JUNIOR

LEAGUE

KEHTUGKIAH

Democratic Club Holds An Frances Marsh and C.
Enthusiastic Meeting;
Watson Will Publish
Women Urged to Vote.
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Mrs. Desha Breckinridge, one of the
leading suffragists of the State and
a delegate to the International Suffrage Convention at Geneva last
the Democratic
August, addressed
Club last Thursday evening.
She spoke on the League of Nations.
"The League of Nations is a Monroe
Doctrine for the whole world," said
Mrs. Breckinridge and she further
stated that the only advantage to be
gained bytaying' out was the possibility of making secret treaties with
Germany, Austria and Mexico.
7 She also urged every woman to
avail herself herself of the opportunity
to use the ballot. A great deal of
interest was shown by the women
present who constituted over half of
the audience.
Simrall, dean of
Miss Josephine
women, introduced Mrs. Breckinridge.

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Literary

Society Chooses Leaders

For Ensuing Year.

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Editor-in-chie-

Famous Campus

Dillard Turner, '21, of the College
of Law, was elected president of the
historic Union Literary Society for
the ensuing year at the meeting in
the society rooms in the Alumni Hall
lust Friday evening. Turner has been
an enthusiastic member of the Union
for four years, He has taken part in GERALDINE FARRAR
several declamatory and oratorical
TO BE HERE FRIDAY
contests and debases In which he
helped tp maintain the reputation
Geraldlne Farrar, assisted by Edgar
which he society has held tin Kentucky's campus for nearly fifty years. Schofield, Ada Sassoll and Claude
The others officers chosen were: Gotthelf, will give the second provice president, E. Zukerman, '21, Col- gram of the Artist Concert Series at
lege of Engineering; secretary, Robt. Woodland Auditorium Friday night,
J. Raible, '21, College of Arts and October 15.
Sciences; treasurer, Raymond
Farrar, who is considered by many
College of Arts amV to be the greatest gift that America
'21,
attorney-generaRobert has yet made to the art of music,
Sciences;
Mitchell, '22, College o Agriculture; seems to., be especially created to em:sergeant-at-arfns- ,
C, S. Carter, '.23, body the id'eals of modern composers
College of Arts and Sciences; li- who demand not merely beauty of
brarian. A. lAlnerln. '23, College of En singing but breadth of action and atIn accordance with .its,' tractiveness of personality.
gineering.
custom the retiring president, N.; B.
Ada Sassoll, the brilliant harpist
lOonkwright, '22, College of Law, was with Miss Farrar on tho tour the latSelected janitor.
ter Is making of this country, Is ono
The Union is the oldest literary of the most skilled performers on the
society wesi oi uie aiibbiidiiiob, ho harp now before tho public. Miss
charter, granted to It by the Legis- Sassoll is young and handsome, and
lature of the State of Kentucky in when she Is with her harp she makes
l873, hangs on tho clubroom wall. on irresistable picture. In every city
Some of the best known Kentucky she Is singled out by demonstrative
graduates who are in public life today critics and commended for tho beauty
were members of the Union Literary of her performance.
She Is said by
Society. Former Governor A. O. Stan-- ' many to bo tho greatest harpist In
joy, Congressman King Swope, Virgil America today. Sho has proven her.Chapman and many others, wero self .to bo both a virtuoso and an interpreter of first rank.
'Union men.
At the meeting last Friday, C. 8.
Carter exhibited a gold medal pre GRAHAM URGES WAR MOTHERS
UILDING
sented by the Union Literary society TO SUPPORT MEMORIAL
,to his father, who won tho oratorical
contest in 1888.
Herbert D. Graham made a talk in
This year the Union plans not only . the interest of the Memorial Building
to uphold tho traditions of a half at a meeting of tho Fayette county
contury but also to add new; laurels chapter of American War Mothers,
Tuesday affornoon at the parish houso
'fContlnue on Pan '3.
of Christ Church Cathedral.

Annual Will Record FRATERNITY PLEDGES Nominations For Officers
Activities as a Panorama ;
Must Be Made at Least
Contest Announced
The frnternities announce the followa Week Ahead.
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ELECTION

Herndon Evans Reelected
Stage Manager; Milton
Revill, President.

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The Kentuckian of 1921, as It is
now being planned by the
Adele Slade, and her staff, will
be on an entirely different plan than
jany other year book that has ever
been put out at Kentucky. It is built
on the plan of a pageant, which will
a panorama of ithe activities
I present
of the University the past year, and
endeavor to tell what each organlza-- ,
tion, movement or activity has con-tributed to the success and progress
of the University.
The aim this year is to make the
Kentuckian an original production,
and one worthy of the University,
Each division of the Kentuckian is
being planned on an entirely new
basis, and the Kentuckian staff will
welcome any new and original ideas,
concerning any division of the work.
A prize of $10 Is being offered to
the one who submits the best set of
a dozen snapshots; a second prize of
a Kentuckian, will be given the person submitting the next best set. A
subscription contest will be held later
In the season.
The Kentuckian office this year is
located in the basement of the Library
Building.

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New Plan for Class Elections
Inaugurated by Sophomores

WILL BE
LIKE

No. 3

V.I 1921

The Engineers made a landslide of
the Junior class election Thursday, by
electing their entire ticket.
Ed.
Gregg was elected president; Elizabeth Klmbrough,
vice president;
Piper',
Sarah
secretary;
Motcalf
Authur Slmnkl In, treasurer; Burton
Prewltt,
orator; Frances
Marsh,
Junior editor of Kentuckian; C. V.
Watson, Junior 'business manager' of
Kentuckian.
Gregg is a student in the College of
Engineering, a member of the Sigma
Nu fraternity,
the Mystic Thirteen
honorary society and the Sigma Tau
musical fraternity.
He is Art Editor
of the 1921 Kentuckian.
He won his
"K" in baseball in 191S, and is at
present a candidate for the varsity
football squad. His home is in Louisville.
Frances
Marsh, Maysville, was
elected Junior Editor of the annual
and by virtue of this election will
f
assume the duties of
of
the 1922 Kentuckian next fall, is a
member of Chi Omega sorority and is
prominent In the journalistic activities of the University.
She was a
member of the Kernel staff last year
and was 'boa of the editors of the
University Bulletin.
V.
C.
Watson, Brooksville, was
elected Junior Business Manager of
the 1921 Kentuckian, and will be Business Manager of the annual next year.
He Is a member of the Alpha Tau
Omega fraternity, treasurer of the Y.
M. C. A., and assistant manager of
the football team.

ELECTS DEEICERS

PLANNED

CLASS!

OCT. J5, 1920

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At the opening meeting of the Strollers, the dramatic organization of the
University, officers were elected and
committees were chosen to lead the
club throughout the year 1920-2Herndon Evans, stage manager of
"The Climbers," was reelected to
stage
manager
Milthl3 year.
ton Revill, of "'Mice and Men" fame,
vas elected president of the organization for the ensuing year.
Other
officers of the Strollers are: Martha
Buckman, vice president;
Burton
Prewltt, secretary-treasurer- ;
William
Finn, business manager and Fred
Augsburg, advertising manager.
The committee for tho selection of
a play for the 1921 production Is composed of the following: Fred Augsburg, chairman; Carlisle Chonault and
Mamie Woods.
The new Stroller room wlll be furnished by the following committee:
Mary
Robert Mitchell, chairman;
Lyons and Clarlbel Kay.
The social committee which will
function throughout the ontlro year Is
composed of Francos Marsh, chair- man; Martha Buckman, Mary Jamos,
Katherlno Herring and Gus Becker.
concerning
Plans were discussed
Amateur Night. Tho following committee will take care of the now tal- out which appears on Hallowe'en:
Herndon Evans, chairman, Mamie
Woods, Mary Downing, Milton Revill
and Auryno Boll.
Robert Mitchell will again act as
property man for tho production this
year and Frances Marsh will take
care of tho publicity.

ing pledges:

Sigma Chi.
The Sophomore class held a class
D. H. Mnhoney, Lexington; Thomas meeting
in tho chapel last Thursday
Hardesty, Ft. Thomas; T. G. Foster,
afternoon.
The meeting was called
Jr., Lexington; E. A. Gana, Louisville; to order by
Dean Melcber, who read
G. E. Rouse, Jr., Nashville, Tenn.;
the rules for the
and disW. G. Branaman, Lexington; Clayton
Arnold, Lancaster.
Alpha Tau Omega
Henry iCampbell, Dud King, William
King, Ed. Wiley, Millard Wilson, Lexington; J. B. Williams, Ewlng.
Kappa Alpha
Dan Bomar, Dan Morse, B.
Lexington; Joe Grimes, Stanford; J. A. Wltherspoon, Lawrence- burg; R. Van Zant, Frankfort; H.
Harper, H. Tilton, Carlisle; Allen Fer-- i
guson, Georgetown.
Dew-hurs- t.

Kappa Sigma
Emanuel Van Meter, Coleman Hunter, Winchester;
Molloy,
Newton
Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Jack Rollow,
Oak Grove; Douglas Vest, Carrollton;
Coleman Arnold, Lancaster; Robert
Miller, Hardinsburg.
Sigma Nu.
T. L. Menaug, Harrodsburg; Garry
Jloosma, Alfred Sturges, Rassaic, N.
J.; Robert Dinwiddle, Louisville;
Beverly Mann, William Carothers,
Bardstown; William Whitfield,
J. H. Card, Jr., Plneville;
William Duiguid, Ghent;
Madison
Caweln, Louisville; Earl Nicholas,
Dawson Springs; Rogers Clay, Frankfort; Lafayette Herring, Fulton.
Phi Delta Theta.
R. Glovanoll, "W. T. Shelby, Lexington; J. E. Claunch. W. C. Bobbitt,
Somerset; H. F. Asbury, Carlisle; T.
J. Porter, Lebanon.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
John W. Cook, Smith Grove; Sam
C. A. Carter,
Martin. Millersburg;
Wm. Worthlngton, Lexington; A. C.
Bottoms, Lawrenceburg; J. A. Dobbs,
Morgantown; Calvin Llsman, Dixon;
D. A.
H. C. Hoffman, Carrolton;
P. B. Rou3e,
Wolfe, Georgetown;
Paducah; L. R. Rlngo, Owensboro;
L. T. Smith, Bowling Green; John
Albright, Mt. Vernon.
Sigma Alpha Mu.
Daniel Wleile, Louisville.
Pi Kappa Alpha
John E. Riley, Henderson; Lowell
Truitt, Morganfield; Waller Sprague,
Sturgls: Earl Bourland, Madlsonville;
Wickliffe Moore, Alvln Blackwell,
Clay; W. L. Amis, Barboursville; Jas.
C. Stapp, Corydon; R. L Saunders,
Covington.
Alpha Sigma Phi.
Arthur F. Bontly, iHojwesville; Morton Field, Owensboro: Charles E. Gibson, Lexington;
Earl M. Heavrin,
Hawesville; John B. Loftus, Princeton; Robert ,C. Riggs, Lexington;
Jesse H. Sahlle, Owensboro; Elinor R.
Wallace, Lexington.
.

SCORE BY WIRELESS
E. L. Baulch bus been receiving tho
scoVe.i from tho world series over tho
wireless telegraph in the Civil Building thirty minutes before tho Herald
and Leader get them from tho Associated Presa wlro.
Preparations are being made to regame play
ceive tho Harvard-Centrby play, and also tho
game Saturday.
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Miami-Kentuck-

cussed a plan for electing class officers. His plan met with the immediate approval of those present and
a unanimous vote was given to use it
in the present election. His plan was
to get away from the undemocratic
manner in which all former elections
have been conducted and to establish
for this class as well as for those
which shall follow, a set standard entrusting to candidates the responsibilities of the office.
In previous elections the successful
nominee wa3 the one who belonged
to the college which had the greater
majority.
This year the candidates
Tvere nominated from the entire class.
The names of the nominees have been
posted on the bulletin board In the
Main Buildings Those not present
at class meeting should consult the
list and consider the competency of
candidates.
Ryan Ringo was elected temporary
chairman.
The following were nominated for
the consideration of the clas3: president, Bruce Fuller, Stuart Neff, R. L.
Ringo. B. L. Pribble.
Vice president:
Mary Elizabeth
Downing, Elizabeth Allen, Louise
Dorothy Blatz.
Secretary: Kathleen Renlck, Kath-erln- e
Conroy,
Irene
McNamara,
Margaret Griffin.
Treasurer: H. D. Brailsford, A. B.
Cammack, J. Burks, C. Humphries,
J. Shouse, J. W. Selph.
Con-nel- l,

AMATEUR NIGHT WILL
BE HELD

HALLOWE'EN

Prospective Footlight Stars
To Display Histrionic
Ability in Chapel
"The last night of October
Is the strangest ever seen,
For 'tis then that tho wierd old
witches
Go
on tho green."
"Haste thee, nymph and bring with
thee" costumes, make-up- ,
properties
and Ideas for tho first Stroller tryout
October 25. Procure your blanks from
the post office right away, make them
out in' full concealing none of tho
family secrets, and hand them to tho
first Stroller you meet coming out of
the Ada Meade, Applications filed in
that way always bring results. Al- though tho processes seem a bit Involved, bo suro npply: every one
trios at least once.
"Amateur Night," Friday, October
29, promises to display to tho world
hitherto unknown talent, along
and other linos. Tho usual
prizes of live dollars In gold will bo
awarded to tho best individual act and
the best group act.

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Student Government Association Gives C
Party In Honor of
About two hundred men nnd women
Freshmen.
students attended the first joint meet
lug of the Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A
The "Movie Actress and Story held at Patterson Hall Sunday night
Hook Ball," given by the Student Mary Archer Dell led the mooting nnd
Government Association at Patterson Dr. Benjamin .1. Bush, pastor of the
Hall last Saturday night, was a de- Second Presbyterian church of Lex
cided success.
Ington, spoke on "Henrt vision." Tho
.Each woman was nslced to como nddress was heartily enjoyed by all
dressed to represent some movie
those present.
tor or actress, or the title of a book.
As a result, Theda Dara, Annette
Do You Know That
Dr. Winfiold Scott .Hall, former prof.
Maggie Jlggs, Pearl White,
play
ossor of Physiology and Hygiene at
San Francisco has nn
Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch,
University, spoke in
Northwestern
house which Is maintained for the Mrs.
Miss Minerva and William Green Hill, chapel
benfit of show people and others
the fourth hour Wednesday to
Tommy, Hobln Hood,
Sentimental
the men students.
Dr. Ball is on
whose occupations necessitate their
many other well known charac- Kit
working at such hours as preclude and
.the
ap country most foremost men In the
ters of the film and fiction worlds
in medical research nnd is a
their attending the regular shows?
It is expected that the new theatre peared. program of tho evening began noted writer and lecturer. He Is now
Tho
We are showing a splendid
serving on the mission hoard of the
will add greatly to the night life of
grand march In which all in
assortment of distinctively
Francisco. All performances are with a
Presbyterian church.
San
costume took part. A contest wns
under strict police supervision.
new and smart patterns in
held in which each character was
mme stuay classes nave been or
high grade service giving
presented and all present tried to
by Prof. E. F.
An article written
woolens for Fall and Winter
Fannie ganized lin the Alpha Tau Omega, Phi
guess what she represented.
Farquhar of the Department of EngDelta Theta, Signla Alpha Epsilon and
prices
Heller received the prize for this
will appeal to
lish was published in 'a recent .number
The prize for the best co3tume Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity houses
College men who want to
of The Theatre Magazine. The article was awarded Jointly to Margaret Fore- It is expected that by the end of the
save money.
gives an account of the progress of man, who represented "The Raven," week such classes will have been
the Campu3 Playhouse and contains nnd to Affle Hammond, who represent- organized in all the fraternity houses
much of interest to those concerned ed "The Kentucky Cardinal."
We call your special attenHon nnd in all rooming houses where
with the workings of the Little orable mention for clever costumes (sufficient number of men are lodged
tion to a line of
campus.
Secretary Bart N. Peak went to
Theatre on Ihe
was given to Anna Russell Moore as
Cynthlana Saturday to referee a foot
"A Comedy of Errors," Dorothy Wat
.game.
s
Despite the fact that capacity
son as "Robin Hood," Gladys Whit ball
ruled at every performance of ford as "Thedara BariX and Bruce
"Zlegfeld Follle3" in the New Am- Richardson as "Annette Kellerman
LOUISVILLE CLUB
Various informal games were play
sterdam Theatre, the New York run
WILL MEET MONDAY
always, dependable
has terriiinated. The show enjoyed a ed, refreshments were served, and a
fabric which will give you
record engagement of seventeen con general good time was enjoyed by all
present.
secutive weeks in the big town.
the maximum amount of
The Louisville Club will hold Its
second meeting Monday at 3:45 p. m
wear.
In room 205, White Hall. Officers will
Freshmen
SOCIAL ROOM
be elected and plans made for the
Don't forget that Amateur Night is
Come and let U3 show you these patFOR CADETS coming year.
only two weeks off. If you think you
terns. Remember we guarantee you
At the meeting last Monday it was
have dramatic ability and would like
a perfect fit and absolute satisfaction.
to become a member of the Strollers Uniforms to Be Changed:
Cadet decided to hold meetings once a
month during the ensuing year, prob
and be eligible for the annual play,
Hops Start After Thanksgiving.
ably on the first or second Monday in
don't fail to come out.
the month at 3:45. The following
The Stagecrafters of Transylvania
According to the plans of Colonel committee was appointed t
College will stage Hall Caine's "The Freeman and Major Tucker several
the next meeting: Mary Eli
" We
You "
Christian" .this fall at The Lexington rooms are to be furnished in the zabeth James, Katherine Weakley,
Opera Hou3e.
Alumni building for the convenience Frank Linkeriburg, Ed. Gans, Herbert
145 West Main St.
Lexington, Ky.
of the officers and cadets of ithe Baker, Gus Becker, George Baumgar
Eddie Leonard, seen here last year University. Besides this other plans ten and R. J. Raible.
in "Roly Boly Eyes," is being featured for the betterment of military affairs
tliis year on the Keith vaudeville cir- have been made.
CADET BAND LEADS
Freshmen now drill on, Monday,
cuit.
THE CADEN DRUG COMPANY
STUDENT PARADE
Wednesday and Thursday;
Sopho
Preston Cherry, advertising mana- mores on Monday, Friday and Satur
REMEMBERED THE DISCRIMINATING TASTE OF THE COLLEGE
As a preliminary to the iMaryville
ger and a member of the cast of the day. It has been arranged for the
in Bowl- cadets to drill together according to game the men students of the Univer"Climbers," is practicing law
STUDENT IN CARRYING WHITMANS.
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their classes and the (College in which sity staged a parade Just to let Lex
ing Green, Kentucky.
w,as to be a
they are matriculated.
Thus Arts ington know that there
Geraldlne Farrar will make her first and Science Freshmen being assigned game on atoll neid. Tiie iact tnat
appearance in Lexington tonight at to the same company and the same the stands were crowded shows how A WAY TO SAVE MONEY!
the Woodland Auditorium. The house plan is carried out in the other col successful they were.
Led by the cadet band in uniform,
is practically sold out, and indications leges.
. Five Dollars on Each Club Enrollment.
As soon as physical examinations the parade of students, half a thou
point to a. capacity audience.
are completed, uniforms will be pro sand in number, formed at two o'clock
Thomas Dixon'3 "Robert E. Lee" vided and drill will begin in earnest Saturday afternoon on the University
had its first southern presentation at The uniforms will be slightly different campus and marched down Limestone
the Lexington Opera House last Tues- from the ones used in former years. in two files. The procession marched
day and Wednesday. The theme deals Instead of the high collar the coat up High street and across the viaduct
BURTON PREWITT,
with a time wnen the grandeur and will be open at the throat and will to Main, thence down Main and out
greatness of men whose struggles for have lapels and in place of the hats Limestone to Stoll field in time for
CAMPUS REPRESENTATIVE
righteousness and principle were re- worn before military caps will be the game.
warded only by slander, contempt and used.
The cadet hops will be continued
malicious abuse.
year, beginning
soon after
Dixon is also author of "The Clans- this
LEXINGTON'S
OFFERS EXTRA
man," "The Birth of a Nation" and Thanksgiving and closing with the annual Military Ball.
"A Man of the People."
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M. Cecil Noe, former student In the
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the Chapins, a vaudeville troupe, is
visiting his parents, Professor and
Mrs. J. T. 3. Noe for a few days.

U. S. Military Academy

Changes Height Ruling
The

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Department

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The new Times Square Theatre In that the minimum height requirement
street was opened Thurs- for admission to the U. S. Military
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those who are eighteen years of age,
and upwfard, has .bqen changed to
LORRAINE WEST
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inches for candidates of all
WINS SCHOLARSHIP ages. This change has been made in
the interests of uniformity, inasmuch
Lorraine West, of Mayiield, has as the minimum height requirement
been awarded the scholarship of $300 for applicants for commissions from
by
tho
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annually
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Daughters of Confederacy to one of
Major Tucker has asked that this
Its members.
She was one of the winners of the be published in the interest of some
popularity contest two years ago and of the cadets who may wish to enter
is a member of Alpha XI Delta tho Military Acudemy, and whom this
change might affect.
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Was She Pretty?
Little Boy "Mama, mama, come
come here quick, there Is a strange
man kissing the cook!"
Two seconds later "Oh, I was Just
fooling, It's daddy."

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At Vanderbllt there Is a Hall named
Kissam.

Tho "kind of beauty that you get at
the druggists is more than skin deep.
Funkhouser "One time I saw a fox
It has its origin in the depths of a on a limb."
vain soul and how much deeper than
ICowine " That's nothing I've seen
the skin is that no one knows.
'squirrels' In the gutter."

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Speed limit, fifteen miles an hour.
Do not park on tho grass.
These two regulations have been
ndded to tho list of rules University
students nre this year nsked to observe. Notices of the automobile restrictions have been posted on the
bulletin boards on the campus. They
are necessary on account of the congested condition of the campus, it is
stated.
Students owning nutomobllcs who
live near tho University are requested
to leave the cars at home in order to
avoid congestion.

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Our money Is dew in the morning
Continued From Page 1.
Teacher "Johnny, did you brush
nnd mist Jn the evening.
your teeth today?
and gain new honors for itself and
Johnny "Naw. didn't need it, didn't
"Old Kentuck" by furnishing winners
I work six days in the week and eat blackberry pie.
for the Intercollegiate contests.
don't let my girl rest the seventh.
The club meets every Friday evenCHAPEL
ing on the third floor of the GymWhy .Is it that a girl will say:
We will now sins "She Fell For Me nasium building. The meetings start
"Don't you dare kiss me," nnd when
promptly at 7 o'clock and end not
'you inform her such a thought, had and I Let Her Lay."
later than 8:30. All freshmen who
not entered your head she will seem
I live In a small town.
ore Interested In the work are
peeved?
Population 398.
to attend the noxt meeting. VirI'm one of the Four Hundred.
gil Chapman and J. J. McBrayer, forThe feature editor informs us that
mer Union men and at present local
she makes her own "you tell 'ems."
Helter "What's that I smell?"
attorneys, have been invited to 3peak.
Skelter "Fertilizer."
FRESH.
Helter "For the land's sake."
One Freshman to another: "Say
"If I were to strike at you and miss
Fred, have you matriculated?"
you, you'd get pneumonia from the
Kats pajamas. Then
Pronounce
"Not yet. Bill."
breeze."
pronounce it and make the second a
"Then you can change this dime."
Purple and White.
Margaret I've decided to take gym. in pajamas short. Now pronounce it
Alline And to think, I loved him, that way several times. What
too.
LEAVE YOUR FILMS FOR
The Grand Finale.
SEND IT IN!
Sampson's
Farquhar What was
KODAK FINISHING
If you have a bit of news,
last act?
IN BOOK STORE, MAIN BLDG.
Send it in.
Brilliant Green I don't know, but
ENLARGING
Or a Joke that will amuse,
it brought down the house.
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Managing Editor
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Associate Editors
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Mary Archer Hell. '21 Allele Slade, '21
Thompson Vnn Dercn, '21

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H. B. LLOYD, '21

The Kernel is in receipt of an anony-jmou- s
letter, evidently from an indig-maistudent, complaining that certain
students were heard to make derogatory remarks about some of the
Varsity players at a recent football
game. After pointing out that the
player makes the sacrifices required
by the game because he loves the
game and the University he represents, the writer declares that "nothing but praise should be given our
.fighting Wildcats."
The Kernel hastens to place itself
!in hearty accord with these sentiments. Criticism is a good thing; it
is accessary to progress. But let not
honest critism sink to the depths of
derogation. Perhaps it would also be
a good plan for the student to save
even hi3 criticisms from the ears of
Strangers.
'
Following this same line of thought,
The Kornel wishes to call the attention of freshmen and any others to
jwhom these remarks may address
themselves, to the fact that it ds not
'the custom of the University to indulge in abusive language against an
Kentucky
,6ppo3ing
athletic team.
;nnd the University of Kentucky have
long been noted for their courtesy and
hospitality and we advise freshmen
that it will be well to bear this in
mind when attending athletic games.
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The sight of numerous footprints in
(the soft ground near the campus cannon a few days ago is taken as an
'indication that the Senior Court has
found work to do. We hope that no
case more serious than "being a
jFre3hman" has required tho
and individual" attention of
rthat body. The rules adopted by the
Court this year are models of reasonableness and any violation of them
'certainly deserves action. Rule 5 is
,a distinctive mark of progress. The
Court deserves the congratulations of
'the entire University from the Presl-jden- t
t)o Doc Plerro for the adoption of
Rule 8. While Jt is hoped that these
(two rules especially will be strictly
obeyed, we do not fear that violations
will receive lax handling.
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Just by the way, we were in the
Library the other day and noticed
tliat the picture of Dr. Patterson which
hangs there was slightly off its keel.
That made us wonder how often those
pictures are dusted.
WANTED Two Freshmen, men with
no afternoon classes on Monday
and Tuesday. See Prof. Grehan in
Journalism Rooms, Science Bldg.

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"Let us promenndo our prejudices"
NOTE: It Is related In ancient
Greek fables that there lived In
the high mountains a ferocious
In
giant, by name Procustes.
his solitary castle he kept a bed.
Every traveller who passed by his
abode was asked in to spend the
night.
Procrustes assigned the
unfortunate this bed; if he were
too long, he was lopped off to the
requisite length; if too short, he
was 3tretched until he fitted the
As you have no doubt by
bed.
this time suspected, we are Procrustes, and this department is
our bed. We have ideas, opinions,
prejudices; and we are arbitrary.
It was Nietszche, and not Polly-annwho said: "Be hard." However, we hope at times to provide
a little bedroom farce, by way of
horseplay on the Ideas of the
.homo boobus, Including ourselves.
SYMPHONY

Circulation Manager
Glenn Tinsley, '22

Miss Maryjsruham, '06,
John ,E. Brown, '03,' president.
Shelbyvllle.
Lexlnfton.
Herbert Graham, '16, secty.trs.
&'
Lexington.

By Troy Lawson Perkins

Business Manager
J. Burton Prewltt, '22

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

A Department of Prejudices

The Kentucky Kernel Is tho of flclnl ncv.
paper of the Unlvernlty, It I United with
n view of furntahtng to It
uhcrller nil
the colleRC new of Kentucky. together
with n digest of Item of Interest
the unlvcrxltlcn of other states

nnd Canada.

The Alumni Association

The Procrustean Bed

every Frldn
throuRhnut tho
PuMlnhed
Colleen year by the ntudent body of
ITnlveralty of Kentucky.
the

the
October
cinnati Symphony Orchestra gavo two
concerts at the Wjoodland Auditorium,
matinee and evening. The organization was brought here under the auspices of Miss Anna Ch