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Formerly THE IDEA

State University of Kentucky
VOL. VIII.
CATS DEFEATED

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, MAR. 9 1916,
K'S AWARDED

BY

MARIETTA STARS

Brilliant Finish of the

TO

STACK TAKES CHARGE

R. R. R.

CATS AND TABBIES

OE TRACK

Rules For Awarding of the

Sea-

son Is Witnessed By

Letters

Basket Fans

Are

PLANS MADE FOR

ATHLETICS

Y. M. G. A.

Roth Is Appointed To Act Raymond' RobinsNoted SoAs Assistant In
cial Worker and EvangeCoaching
list, To Be Here

March 28

Modified

THRILLS ARE GALORE SWEATERS

No. 23

ORDERED

WORK STARTS AT ONCE MARCH 28 IS THE DATE

The Athletic Committee met the
Kentucky's basketball team closed
Its season rather disastrously with early part of this week and upon the
of Coach Tigert,
two games with Marietta Friday and recommendation
Saturday nights of last week, which awarded seven "K's" to members of
she dropped by the respective scores the boy's 'Varsity basketball squad
team.
of 27 to 22 and 27 to 23. Although and six to players on the
The men who will receive the covthe scores show defeat in both in
stances, the fans who journeyed to the eted prize are Captain Karl Zerfoss,
Server,
Gumbert,
Ireland,
Auditorium to witness the contests Hart,
were well repaid, for the two teams George Zerfoss and Manager Carmen.
put up about the classiest game of The girls who were named for the
the basket sort seen here this season. honor are Miss Heller,, captain, and
The Wildcats lost gloriously and were Misses Innes, Haydon, Bastin, Cregor
found fighting true to their hon de and FJanery.
The rule for the awarding of the
plume throughout both games.
The Blues never looked better in letters in recent years has been that
their lives, and although slightly out- only those players who participated in
s
of the games of the 'Varclassed in dribbling and
team-worwas the break of tha sity schedule were eligible,, and a
it
game that turned the tide on both game was defined as twenty minutes
of play.
A general modification of
nights.
The initial half of the first game end- the rules for awarding "K's" in the
ed in a dead heat. Shots under the future was authorized by the commitbasket were well nigh impossible, due tee and the qualifications necessary
to the clever work of the guards on were made less stringent. The revised
both teams. Captain Karl Zerfoss ruling lifts the qualification as to the
was playing the game of his career. time of .participation and makes en- into the game for any length
The driving, fighting tactics of the
time constitute a game.
"Dribbling kids" from Ohio brought
It is not unlikely that several play- out all the cleverness the Kentucky
gang had to stop them. Hart played 'ers who were denied "K's" under the
ruling during the last football sea- his customary spectacular, yet con
son will now receive them as a reflex
sistent, game. He landed three field
goals in the meshes of the enemy's condition was attached to the rule and
basket andi made six foul goals in Director Tigert was instructed to look
s
seven attempts.
Server snatched a into the records of several men.
much as only twelve were awarded
couple of
counters, as did
George Zerfoss, who was substituted last fall the stringency of the rule
in the last half. One of these was can be appreciated.
the longest shot made on a local floor Coach Tigert was also instructed to
buy at once all the sweaters which
this season.
Don Whiting was the most brilliant wero duo men in any branch of snort

Harold Stack, director of physical
Unlimited preparations for the most
education, has been placed in charge extensive effort ever undertaken by
of the entire management of track tho University Y. M. C. A. to better
athletics, and will be assisted in the the moral condition of the school and
welwork of organizing and perfecting a interest the students in Christian
fare, are under way. The plan of the
track team worthy of the institution
upby Ben Roth, who is a former mem organization is to launch a revival
on the campus beginning March 28
ber of the Blue and White track
squad. The reorganization, of the and lasting three days, and through
coaching system was effected at the personal work and regular services
every member of the student
athletic committee meeting Monday reach
body.
afternoon, when Coach Tigert asked
Raymond Robins, millionaire social
to be relieved of this branch of ath
worker, chairman of the Illinois State
letics this spring.
Dr. Tigert, however, will have Progressive League, and former cancharge of the formation of the rack didate for the United States Senate,
schedule. The prospective schedule 1,as Deen secured, alter vigorous er- vviU likely include a meet onS.toll f.rt of tne association, to conduct the

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illumination on the opposing quintet.
Five field goals, nearly all of which
were
were little short of
discouraging to State fans. He also
made five foul goals in eight attempts.
Following is a summary of the first
game:
Kentucky Ireland and Hart, forwards; Server, center; Gumbert and
K. Zerfoss, guards.
Marietta Don Whiting and Hayes,
forwards; Turnbull, center; C. Whit-- '
ins and Molstor, guards.
G. Zerfoss for Hart;
Substitutions
Hart for Server.
Field Goals Hart, 3; Server, 2; K.
Zerfoss, 1; G. Zerfoss, 2; Don Whiting
5; Hayes, 3; Turnbull, 1; C. Whiting,
1; Meister, 1.
Foul Goals Hart, 0; Don Whiting,
5. Referee
King, Y. M. C. A.

HOUSE PASSES BILL
TO CHANGE NAME
OF THE UNIVERSITY

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The House of Representatives
of
the Kentucky Legislature last week
passed tho bill introduced by Representative Nichols, of Fayette County,
to change tho name of State University of Kentucky to University of
Kentucky. It is believed that this bill
will bo passed by tho Senate also,
which is oxpocted to act on it some-timtills week.
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DR. J. K. PATTERSON'S
ADDRESS INSPIRING
AT SENIOR CHAPEL

Tho second game was practically a
duplicate of the first in fierceness and
score. Fouls called on State and the
consistency with which Don Whiting
tossed them into the clutches of tho

Dr. Jamos K. Patterson, President
Emeritus of tho University of Kentucky, addressed the student body at
tho chapel exercises which wero given
under the auspices of tho senior class
in tho chapel last Tuesday morning.
Dr. Patterson's address was very

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KYAIQS

ROBINS

tau'i'a'B".
Field with Georgetown College and
the Blue team will probably go to whose time is in great demand, is
TAU KAPPA ALPHA
return of
year's nan9 the most desirable Y. M. C. A.
OFFERS SILVER CUP dual meet. for arepresentationlastwill be worker in the United States. His
A
BEST ORATION sent to the annual Southern Intercol- - work 1,1 the 'ounS men's field has
by success and his
Tau Kappa' Alpha, the honorary ora legiate Athletic Association meet at(bee1!. marked
torical and debating fraternity of Nashville. Besides these there will earnestness of purpose, personality
and abIllty s a speaker gain for him
inter-clas- s
be
State University, will present a
and
some silver loving cup to the best f meets and the big high school touma- - recognition among the evangelistic
ator in the school. Any student in ment which has become a headliner 'workers of the nation,
Mr. Robins was well known in State
the University, not a member of this on the spring program each year. De- tails for this event are being worked politics in Illinois and when he was
fraternity, is eligible to compete,
vided he presents an entirely original out by the officials and literature will selected as candidate for Senator from
oration which he has never used in be mailed to all the high schools of his State, Theodore Roosevelt and
s
any previous contest. A copy of the the State at once. The prospects for Governor Dunne were among the
meet appear brighter than ever, paign orators that went on the stump
oration must be submitted to Prof.
C. F. Weaver on or before April 15.
Mr. Stack and Mr. Roth will issue in the interest of his candidacy,
No limitation other than the above a call within the next two weeks and
The evangelist's career has been a
mentioned will be placed upon the it is expected that a larger number of unique and remarkable one. In his
subject matter of the orations except men will respond for practice this early life he was dissipated and re- that they shall not exceed three thou- year than ever before, as interest in gardless of his duties to others. In
sand words in length. The contest this branch of athletics is on the up- - the gold rush to Alaska he joined the
grade in the institution.
will be held early in May.
col(l seekers.
Lost in a storm ha
grasped a cross over a grave to keep
SENIOR rtlNGS.
ifrom falling into the snow. As ho
hung on tho cross and thought over
CALE YOUNG RICE TO
It is imperative that all seniors who
his misspent life, he. resolved if his
ordered rings and havo not taken
life was spared to consecrate it to
them, get them at once.
BE HERE MARCH
Christian service.
Rings are at tho University Book
On his return to the United States,
Store.
after gaining fortune, ho undertook
'Noted Poet Is Next Offer
F. CORN.
J.
social reform work in tho tenement
ing of Lyceum
Chairman Ring Committee.
Course
districts of Chicago. Ho was successful in this work and desiring to take
MANAGERS' CLUB.
Calo Young Rico, of Louisville, Kenup a broader field of activity ho
tucky's greatest contemporary poet,
managers of student activities jgaged ln reguiar evangelistic work,
will 1111 tho next number of tho
meet for about ton minutes in chapel Ho nns promised ono year of his lifo
courso in the University chapel Friday
afternoon at 3:30. Object, to oxcluslvoly to Y. M. C. A. work under
tho ovoning of March 10. Ho will de- consider taking spaco in
Tho Kon-Uisupervision of tho national board,
vote twenty minutes of his timo to a
tuckiau.
Ho asks no remuneration for his serv
discussion of early English poets, a
ices.
subject on which ho is recognized as which are adaptable to tho stage.
His work so far has obtained great
an authority.
Probably tho best known of his
results. At Virginia, Vandorbllt and
Mr. Rico has acquired an enviablo lyrics is "Yolando of Cyprus."
The
reputation as a literary man, and is re- first poem of his last volume, entitled many other largo Institutions of learngarded as ono of the best interpreters "Earth and Now Earth," appeared in ing ho completed the most successful
of Oriental lifo today, either in poetry tho Century Magazine about a year religious enterprises ever undertaken
or prose, knowledge of which he has ago. Its theme is tho causes of the by those schools. Over two hundred
gained during his extensivo travels in European war. English critics and and fifty young men pledged themthe Orient. Ho has published ten vol- men of letters have given Mr. Rico selves to turn their lives into the right
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interesting.
He pointed out the dif- ferences between the unstable repub- Hywell Davies, busines smanager of lies of the middle ages and the repub- the University, has accepted an ap-- . lies or today and showed the superior- f
pointment from the Department
American republlc. He
lty of tho
Commerce at Washington as a
thQ
discussed
In OlTO
Clninn nAn Atltn 4 A11f n (Ton f
she played in the affairs of the na- ..
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Tho mnin niirnnan nf tho. work will no .
lon, citing the careers and achieve- ,,
b
"Amer- ments of many Kentuckians.
which have delayed construction of
he said received the best and
, lica
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r.ne AiasKan
railway, iur. uavies is purest blood of England; and Ken- now in Washington and will return to tucky received
the best blood of Amer- T.fixlnjrtnn in a few davs for a short .
.
ica. is it to ue wondered at," ne con- visit before going to Alaska.
tinued, "that our State stands foremost in every branch of achieveMACKENZIE SPEAKS TO ment?"
LABOR FEDERATION The student chapel was an undis- attend"
An address delivered by Dr. A. S.nute(1 success and was
edThe chaPel was fllled from door
MacKenzie, dean of the. Graduate
Many students have
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Working Man and the University," Dr.
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day, March 13 at 12 o'clock. Very im
and pointed out the benefits to be de-- :
portant.
W. J. HARRIS.
rived by the working man from Uni
Chairman.
versity extension work.
The lecture was one of a series
DR. JOHN
TIGERT
given every Sunday afternoon by
TALKS ON ATHLETICS
speakers from this city and other
At the weekly luncheon of the
towns.
Members' Council of the Board of
Commerce, Dr. J. J. Tigert, of tho
Easy Money.
Three ways of winning football State University, discussed the value
bets: Don't bet. Walt till tho game, of collego athletics as an advertising
is over. Bet on the winning team.
medium.
In his discussion Dr. Tigert stressed
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suggested that the colleges, merchants
and commercial bodies should
eratc and plan an advertising cam
paign which would attract visitors to
an athletic contests of the colleges
Dr. Tieert stated that the movement
in fnvnr nf nlpnn ntlilnrlps la nvfir.
adverti
resulted from the rowdyism of former
days
To strengthen his statement,
iie read a letter from the director of
athletics in the University of Ten- neSsee which gave an appreciation of
the fair treatment and courtesies cx- tfnHid his hnnkethnll tp.nm during
trip to Lexington. The letter follows:
UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
Athletic Association
Knoxville, Tenn., March 5, 1910.
My Dear Dr. Tigert:
I take this opportunity of expressing to you, your team, and the students of Kentucky State University
the great appreciation of our team and
myself at the most courteous and
sportsmanlike treatment accorded us
on our recent basketball trip to your
city. Everything was done to make
the contest clean, wholesome, beneI congratulate
ficial and gentlemanly.
you and your institution
upon such
splendid spirit, and trust that in all
future contests, whether in Lexington
or Knoxville, there may be predominant that same courtesy and good feeling of friendship between our teams
and the students. Such Ideals make
for the greatest good of college athletics.
Wishing you continued successes
and again expressing our sincere appreciation of the many courtesies you
extended to us, I am
Sincerely yours,
Z. G. CLEVENGER.

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uilng witli trips on his yacht and makkept in a constant Blato of anxiety
"FATHER AND THE BOYS" ing a Hying trip to Nevada with lies-lo- .
from start to finish. Summary of
After they havo found out that
nnd gamo:
father really is one of tho boys, ho
Kentucky Ireland nnd 0. Zerfoss,
TUATI
shows them the cause of it all and the
forwards. Hart, center; Qumbcrt and
play climaxes in a startlngly uncxpoct-im- I
K. Zerfoss, guards.
but none tho loss effective ending.
Don Whiting nnd Hayes, Good LinOS, Good Comedy
Marietta
"Father and tho Boys" Is to bo pro- orwards; Tumbull, center; C. Willi
and Good Actors To
ricnted nt the Lexington Opera House
i, it; and Molstor, guards.
Make Hit
Just as soon as work in the Ben All
Server for Hart, Hart
Substitutions
heatrc is completed when the Opera
for 0. Zorfoss, Longsworth for Ireland.
MASTERPIECE Mouse can be obtained. It was planned
Field Goals 0. Zorfoss, 1; Hart, 3;
to havo tho production of "Father and
Humbert, 1; Server, 4; Don Whiting,
"Father and tho Hoys," tho play tin) Hoys" about tho middle of this
,1; Hayes, 2; C. Whiting, 3.
which tho Strollers have In process of month, but It was impossible to get
Foul Goals Hart, 5; Hon Whiting,
rehearsal and are rapidly bringing In- tho opera
house so it will bo present11.
to sliapo for their annual play, Is a
ed about two weeks later. This will
Ilofcrco Littlck, Centre College.
"zippy" com- i?Ivo
snappy,
tho cast opportunity to present a
Umpire, Second Hair King, Y. M.
edy that Is going to mako a big hit more
finished performance.
C. A.
with the big uudicnco which will see
it at tho Lexington Opera House soon.
PLANS FOR Y. M. C. A.
ENGLISH CLUB HAS
Not only was it written by George
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ITS FIRST MEETING A('0' wn'on 's CII0Uf5n t guarantee it direction at ono of his meetings at
to bo sure lire and right thoro with
Virginia.
The English Club hold its first the goods, but it Is admitted to bo his
The Y. M. C. A. cabinet, composed
meeting in Professor Dantzler's room masterpiece and ono of tho liveliest
of Karl Zerfoss, C. T. Dodson, J. E.
Wednesday at 3:30, and formulated its comedies that has boon written in tho
Porrenco, Bart Peak, Louis ileusch,
plans for tho year. Some appropriate last twenty years,
.1. W. Lindsoy, Harry Mllward, Elmer
Without resorting to salacious
of tho Shakespeare anni-- j
celebration
as inferior playwrights are Robertson, Joe Robinson, Marion Conwill ho hold, and tho monthly terlal
,lUt and GeorS HIU' win havo charBe
meetings will consist of discussions of forced to do in order to put the punch
et tlin nnmnnlcrn
"
subjects pertaining to the study of into their productions, Goorgo Ado has
n lMonaay cards were issued call- English, by members of tho faculty put into "Father and the Boys," live
comedy, strong dra- - ing for enlistment In the work and
nnd the upper classmen.
several nearly a hundred volunteers signed
to the matic
situations
Professor Dantzlor spoke
pledges to engage in the campaign.
club on "Tho Ideals and Aims of the more than clover character portrayals,
These men will
with the Y.
Teaching of English in Germany." An three delightful but wholesome love
AL C. A. cabinet in working up interac- by the stories and action, real
open discussion of the subject
tion, that carries the audience with it est in the movement. President Barmembers followed.
from the riso of the curtain. Punch ker, all the members of the faculty,
pastors of the churches in the
and pep aro tho pair that put this com- and the
edy over. It is the best play that the city have been asked by Secretary
Strollers have over selected and the Karl Zerfoss to aid the Y. M. C. A.
best production they havo ever spon- in this effort.
A tentative program has been arsored is expected.
ranged for the campaign. Unless
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ble actors and the rehearsals are be
A Wonderful Range From
ing carefully directed by Stage Mail will be a mass meeting Tuesday morn111
In the afternoon Mr.
ager Shinnick.
In the selection o,",fa
characters an effort was made to give floblns wlU address the faculty and
in the evenInS he w111 sPeak on
the various parts to Strollers who
lQ Civic Leadership" to the
naturally types of the charac- - lege Men
young men of the University in the
re- ters they were to portray and the
Wednesday morning he will
hearsals have shown that this has!chai,eladdress the engineers of the school
been accomplished
with wonderful
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and at 7:30 p' m'
success
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the Industrial Conflict." Thursday
INCORPOKATKD
Tho principal
character is, of
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His two sons, Billy
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and Tom Morewood are "the boys," Problems." Thursday! evening the
concluding meeting will be held. The
and when the play opens not long
they have been taken into the subject will be "Mastery and Power."
after
The Y. M. C. A. cabinet has stated
firm, they are anything but business
Good Taste in Xmas Gifts Miss Holladay's
that the campaign will be entirely
men. Tommy is a dead game sport,
and Belle Meade Sweets are Unequaled
interested in anything connected with without appeals for money or attempts
to raise funds. It is to be carried on
athletics, later having won a national
only through a desire to uplift the
reputation at Princeton, while Billy is
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basket wcro responsible
for the ilef cut; on pit per, however, tho
real cnuHe wan ngnln tlint perfect harmony of their lmsketbnll nmchlncry,
nccompnnlcd by those cHibIvc twists
and frequent dribbling tactics.
Whiting's remarkable performance
of throwing cloven
foul goals in
twelve attempts will long hold a place
here in basketball history,
State
made nine Held goals to tho visitor's
eight, and it can not be said that the
nrticlo of ball they presented would
not havo won most games. They wore
simply outclassed.
Hart, who has been tho mainstay
of this season's squad, never off and
always starring,
and Captain Karl
Zerfoss were playing tho last game of
their careers as Wildcats. Both of
these men rounded out their terms of
service in handsome stylo. Gumbort,
playing next to Karl on tho defenso
also "did himself proud." His work
on tho defense can only bo adjudged
of a superior type.
Tho feature of the game, perhaps,
was the come-bacpresented by Jim
Server, who had been complaining for
several days with a severe cold. He
was sent in during the second half
and In four minutes of play the elong ated center had tossed as many goals,
which almost put his teammates on a
par with the Marietta lads.
The game was replete with thrills,
as was the first, and the galleries were

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School Books and Supplies.
The University Book Store.
Lunch Counters and Restaurants.
Kresge's 6 and
Store.
W. P. Oldham.
Metropolitan Restaurant
Martin & Stockwell.
University Lunch Stand.

ADE'S

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AD-

Amusements.
Orpheum.
Ben AIL
Colonial.
Ada Meade.
Men's Clothing.
& Co.

Graves-Co- x

Kaufman Clothing Co.
Graddy-Rya-

Luby & Alexander.
Cluett, Peabody Co.
Hardesty's.
Women's Clothing.
Purcell's.
Barber 8hops.
Eagle Barber Shop.
Leonard Barber Shop.
George T. Martin.
Soda Fountain and Confectionery.
McGurk Brothers.
Calagis & Co.
Phoenix Fruit Stand.
Photographic Work.
Franz Josef Spongier.
Humphrey's Studio.
R. L. McClure.

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live-wir- e

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Jewelers.

Fred J. Heinta.

LUBY & ALEXANDER

Sporting Goods.
Calloway & Co.

MAKE THEM BETTER
HIGH CLASS

OC
$25 OO to $35High as $45
As
As Low at $15

"Co1-wer- e

THE TOGGERY SHOP

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CO.

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More-woo-

Show
Candy

8hoe Store.
Special Shoe Co.
S. Basaett & Sons.
Shoe Repairing.
Chicago Quick Shoe Repairing.
Drugstore.
W. E. Stagg.
Lexington Drug Co.
Fayette Drug Co.
Insurance.
Joe M. Robinson.
Hotel.
Phoenix Hotel.
Tailors.
P. B. Robards.
Railroads.
Queen & Crescent
Printing.
Welsh & Murray.
Fayette Drug Co.
Florist.
John A. Keller Co.
Dentist.
J. T. Slaton.

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LEXINGTON DRUG COMPANY

full of dances, suppers,

"Lexington's Bigger and Better Men's Store'
OFFERS TO THE COLLEGE YOUNG MEN

The World's. Best Clothing

Hart, Schaffner & Marx

shows

and

"parties' after the shows, and quite KENTUCKIAN
thrilled because Mrs.
dictator of the best socioty has taken
him up. Father is disappointed in his
sons for he has slaved all his life in
order to make things right for them
and has built up a big business Just to
turn over to them. Instead of that he
has to keep up to work in the office
while his sons idle thoir time away.
Billy and Tom try to got father to
break away from tho offico and "catch
up with tho procession," but ho can't
loavo his business. Then breezy Bes-slDrayton, fresh from a mining
camp in Novadu, who does "stunts"
for a living, or moro correctly, is an
entortalnor, blows in. Father nnd Bessie bocomo qulto chummy and with
her help ho shows tho boys that ho
isn't a dead ono yet. In fact, boforo
tho play is over thoy conio and bog
him to wait until the procession can
catch up with him." Incldontully, tho
boys havo to work their heads off to
keep tho business
together whllo
father Is taking in tho races, entor- Bruce-Guilfor-

o

You pay no more for these good
clothes than you would just
ordinary clothes.

Won't You Come in and Look?

Kaufman Clothing Co.

Music.

Lexington College of Music.
Taxicabs.
The Taxlcab Company.

PICTURES

MADE

BY HUMPHREY ARE

RIGHT.

YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT

WILLIAM E. STAGG, Your Druggist
PHONES

2871-91-

MAIN

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THE PHOENIX HOTEL
RESPECTFULLY

SOLICITS

State University

THE

PATRONAGE

OF

Men and Women

Special Attention Given Fraternity Banquets and Social Functions

C. D.

Calloway

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Co

KODAKS
BASKET BALL SUPPLIES
146 WEST MAIN STREET

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THE KENTUCKY

Now that wnrm weather has conic, A fool there was nnd he paid his fare,
tho unwashed neck is duo for unfav- Even as you and I,
orable mention in tho books of
On a South Llmo street oar, standing

(Formerly The Idea).
Published every Thursday throughout the College year by the student body
of tho Stato University of Kentucky, for the bonellt of the students, alumni and faculty of the Institution.

thore.
Wo call It
(to tell you wo do not
Ono of our esteemed contemporary
dnrc)
students wlur has boon nicknamed l;ut the fool ho thought It would got
'Chicken," wishes to protest against
him soniowhorc,
the foul epithet.
Even as you and I.

THE KENTUCKY KERNEL Is the official newspaper of the University.
It Is Issued with the view of furnishing to its subscribers all the college nuws
of Kentucky, together with a digest of items of Interest concerning the universities of other States and Caimdu.

J. FRANKLIN CORN
Bart N. Peak
Miss Anita Crabbo
William Shlnnlck
Rebecca Smith
MoClarty Harbison
J. R. Marsh
J. T. Gooch
Harry Melton
S. J. CaudlU
James McConuell
Miss Elsie Heller
Estill Woods
W. J.

Harris

s

Forgive us, Kip.

Fashion Hint.

The Kentucky Kernel

SUBSCRIPTION, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
Entered at Lexington 1'ostofflce as second-clas-

KERNEL

FIVE CENTS PER COPY
mall matter.

Authorities differ, but wo are of tho
Corn Fed?
opinion thnt a fuzzy dog with a sweatMr. Ezra Tutum bought of Felix
er on him Is the llnest subject In tho Click a nice calf. Rural Correspondworld for n ferocious kick.
ence in the llarrodshurg Herald.

EDITORIAL STAFF.
EDITOR-IN-CHIE-

Assistant Editor
Managing Editor
"Squirrel Food"

"Coed"ltor

Athletic Editor
Exchange Editor

The Bright Guy Answers.
Jones: Can you tell me the differask her what she wants to do
First
Locals und Law Miss K. Mitchell. . ..Home Economics
game chicken und a
will ence between a
Mechanical uorbert Graham
Fraternities and then tell her to do It. .This
fly trap?
Mining' .
work occasionally.
ii
knna ,
Bones: Easy. One flics the coop
Agriculture1
MIbh Elizabeth Duncan
Patt. Hall
Education
and tho other coops tho fly.
A Perfect Lady.
REPORTERS.
H. J. Evans
M. C. Finney There was a young lady named
W. T. Cottingham
Pshaw!
.Miss Mildred Taylor.
Wynne,
HUS1NESS STAFF.
Miss Osha Hradshaw visited Mrs.
Who snt down on the point of a pynne;
Business Manager
William Greer one evening last week.
She leaped from the chair,
Glasgow Times.
And said: "Now, I SHOULD swear,

wki..j,

How to Boss a Woman.

Hut

In the early fall, when the sopho.noros and freshmen were so zealously contending for class supremacy, a 'l'J banner was secretly hoisted to
the top of the Hag pole which stands on tho front campus nnd so noosed as
to be impossible of removal by any ordinary means.

The little piece of rag remained on the role for several months until,
a few days ago, it was with difficulty removed at no little expense and
risk. Moreover, it seems a sacrilege to replace Old Glory with a square
of dirty sheet with scraggly figures scrawled upon it.
The impropriety of placing the banner on the pole, the trouble taken
it and tho lack of consideration of the respect due our country's flag Invited the thought that perhaps it would be a good plan for the
students to establish a precedent in regard to this flag pole which would
be "strictly neutral and hands off."

in removing

Render Unto Caesar.
Frequent complaints of the behavior of State men at recent
"student" dances, given in the city, have been received by authorities in
the University. The criticism has come from citizens of Lexington and is
directed at certain dances which have been held in the city proper during
the last few months.
The Kernel takes this opportunity to correct a false impression. The
dances in question were not student dances and were given as dances absolut