xt7bg7373j31 https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7bg7373j31/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky State University of Kentucky 19110504 Accession number: 2015ua025; other titles include Idea, The Idea; published weekly during the academic year newspapers  English Lexington, Ky.: Idea Syndicate of the State University of Kentucky, 1909-1915. Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. The Idea Lexington (Ky.)--Newspapers. Fayette County (Ky.)--Newspapers. The Idea of University of Kentucky, Vol. 3, No. 33, May 4, 1911 text The Idea of University of Kentucky, Vol. 3, No. 33, May 4, 1911 1911 2015 true xt7bg7373j31 section xt7bg7373j31  ,,,__j..._,,,. ., ,.,.   -—;;-——· -—-4
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""""'*‘ U great national enterprise from every the entire student·b0dy listened with
-         DR'     |tand·p0lnt.. H• told ol the many rapt. interest to the lofty principles
. plans for the development of the ca- and inspiring sentiments spoken by
1*             nal which had been considered in this wonderful man. The command-
" Addmuu swdma In ch·’•|_ Congress, while he was in the Sonata. ing appearance, the earnest, fearless
  ____ He then unfolded to the audience the countenance, and the deep, melodlous,
___,_____, ° At the chapel hom. Mohd-,. DL enormous task which the United sincere tones of Mr. Bryan won to
....... smith, pmfasm. cf Lum in John States began and has now about com- him the hearts ot everyone present.
Thru yu", experience on Th- Hopkins Uuiv°r·it,· an · nn plated. Ho told of the climatic con- And never before did the realization
mu lux hu taught ul that than tn loaned Mama". on th, mbkn of ditious; the stupendous lou of llfo appear more torceably that he is a
th". aunt. md dmtmct ch".- 0,m_ one ot the grutut of th. um caused by the various epidemics; th• man ot nrm convictions; a man who
ot students attending the University. D09¢|· H• •p0k• of the youth and the m“““°’° "h°"°l’y u’°'° ‘"'°“” '°'° l°°*' *l’°" *1** °°mm°¤ ******8* with
  Then classes are as follows: mlturity of the poet, who lived in no m“m7 '*’·¤P°d °“t¢ UW PUNK!} ¤°¤• 8 vision which few possess, and
  (1) Th". lmdmu who ny the, unt uma', baton the chdmm "` dltlon on the country and th• attitude that he pursues the way which seems
,m ,,,y,,,,",, for Tb. 14.., an • his cruel ¤•¤m¤¤•¤¢ me •xu•, umn °’ "‘° °‘"'°' *°"“‘ °"' ”•“°"· **8*** °° hm- *‘°¤¤‘¤*••• °f *¤¤ ¤¤*°V
mbmdpuou bunk. md my me mb he mum undonund th. mach or Lastly, he expressed his views upon quarrels, quibble: and ambitions of
wdpuon mon". no on md 'hon M. on m°“"_ the question as to whether the canal, gmane; meg, .
up smaem wm ny they wm nun- ¢¤¤s¤• was srcmd with lwzhtcr up- ""°" °°‘”"°‘°°· “‘°‘“" "‘ ’°"“°°""' -—--·•·--.-.-
scribe for The Idea and sign a sub- ¤¤ ¢b• |¤‘••i¤· This vu th• fab of hk li"' b°i°g °m’°h°u°°"’ m um °'° Y· ”· °· A• ”'ET'N°•
mnpuou mmm but go ug}, pq up a man who rejoiced in the tallcwslup anna"' ""*
mo"! of M, ,,,,,,,m,,_ A, D,._ sum, N¤ mm. in all our country. l• mon Jolnt s••••s¤ ef v. M. c. A. me v. w.
(3) Thom wm) ny nothing, up ·h°'·d’ the cmu of ma bumhmut competent to discuss questions ot o, A,
nothing, and pay nothing, is unknown, but pgyhapl gt voulc M ¤¤¢i0¤¤l importance than Senator ____
gl", (1) gg compo";] of tho loygl well to remember the ever-ready ad- :l°°kb°m‘ Fm. mm" ’°"° h° hn TM Y- M· C- A- m°°m‘$• T“°"d"Y
students of the immuuono It- m°m_ vice uchorchu In hmmag. Som., lt een Gnstzod In public undorttkinzl. night., was well attended. It. was a
bm-, wm be found guppgrting uu gg. least, have accredited the imperial H° hu r°°°"°d ""Y high °m°° J°l“t “”l°“ °f nw m°“’ {nd
mlm of the institution that donno edict to this caus°_ Hnwovon we cn Whlch U16 ¤dml¥'l¤8 D¢0I'•l0 cf hl! w0men’s associations. Both socletws
their support. For them we have no only surmise now as to the wu;-co of 8**** muld gl"- and ¤ft°l' Y¤¤Vi¤8 aided in the program, making it leng-
words save those of Praha the pO,,t·s misfortune. MGH G0V¢¤¤0¥‘ Mid SGHMGP. M W3! er than usual. The interest was coed
We DOW pass to class (3), which we DL Sdxith also dwelt upon the merit ¤D¤0l¤i6d by 8 P\‘6¤id€‘¤¢. of ODMSNG throughcut, and was certainly helped
me uu-ee. Many or its members never vases and explaining their import and °'“°" °f uw P°““'““ C“""l z°“°· M“°*°°’ °"'°""°“° “'€"° '°"""’°d
support any University project, no their revelations as to the Roman ._..,,.,_._,___, by A trio of ycunz men and a solo by
matter how deserving. They cannot life of the time, and in 9, humor-Ou,       0n¤ of the younz ladies. 'lihe general
bear the thoughts of giving up one or vein he tcuched upon the "art or love- ' theme gl the "‘€‘°'l“g Wa? ‘K"°“‘“*' in
two mus re the Opera House, which m¤kin.·z." as laid down by the poet wM_ JENNINGS BRYAN SPEAKS T‘:“°*‘ °“" 0* “"’ ’"*°"“°;*""" ST"`
would probably be caused by Sub_ some hundreds of years agO_ re aries ot the Y. M. C. A., .h·. Carb n,
. - . TO STUDENTS 'N CHAPEL was present and snake briefly on one
scrtbing for the University paper. Dr. Patterson mtmduced Prot. THURSDAY MORNING
This class also contains a large num- Smith with some interesting remarks ` phase °l the S“h·l°°t-
ber or "cheap sports," who try to about Johns-Hopkins University, and ·—— N""* “'°°k`“ m""tl“g wm be a"`
make a big showing in University so- quite a high compliment to the abil- Enthusiastic A¤dl¢¤¢¢- “°‘"‘°*`d in d“° 'l’“"“°‘l'l" ‘“"“· "xt
eial nre, but who tu reenty never we- ity and reputation or pr. smtth mm. 0¤ last '1`¤¤rS’ ¤¤<>¤¤i¤>g. at 8¤i’>0 **m°- lt “‘“' *"°*’**l°'Y *"'°"‘S* *0**-
liver the goods." The more said, the self. The chapel was crowded with °’°l°°k· LM Students OY the U¤lV"*'SitY h°“"'“"`· PM R l‘°’"ag" S“““l’ °“ tm
smanm becomes uns class an our an attentive audience or students and ¤¤J<>>’¤¤>‘-1¤<>k¤¤-for n>ri~*il<*¤¤ °¤‘°“d’**` *0* my 9· S0 Y°¤ will ’°·
leur mma, so we will pass to the cms faculty. Of heating the man who is generally m°mb€*` the (****8-
with which we have to deal at pres- -—--•-••-—-- accented as "The First Orator of ‘j-‘°‘°*_;"
mm America" Mr. Bryan was given a HAMH-TON NOTES-
At a mst glance it would appear I- 0. S.   rousing reception upcn entering the ~··——
that class (2) is sun worse than class ··——·· drape! and was presented in u few M*‘· J- M- Williams CY (`<>l¤mb¤¤·
(3~,_ because one might think that the ADDRESSES LAW DEPARTMENT. graceful and ue1l·chosen remarks bv l¤dl¤·¤¤\. $D=`¤{ $\¤¤' with his d8¤Sh·
members ot this class are trying to ·——· President Barker. Mr. Bryan took ter. NWS Alum Willl&¤¤¤$·
ggf, Tho [deg for g year without pay- S\lbj¢Ct, Panama Canal. “O!'&l0I`y" BS his Subjtwl 8.lld paid 21.
mg gm- {L q—ms_ howeve,-_ is not ———- high tribute to Kentucky, as twang me Miss Susan Bond svvnt Sunday in
tmB_ Than- {mentions are good, but On last Tuesday uftcrnmn, at 2::30 home of orators. llc said that in l’l1¤‘lS. Kk’¤1l¤l‘kY·
it gs a w(.u-kmm-n fact that me road o'clock, Hon. Joseph lilzwltburn lec- some estates thc number of o¤·at·>¤·s
paved with good lnfgntlgng is not the turcd to the studcntza of thc Law De- was perhaps, us high us sixty uw por Miss llny l`ail¤—y‘ of Sl¤·~lbyvill¢~, Ken-
gfrgjght and narrow way_ yt gg only patrtnwnt, on thc l‘nunma canal. The cent, but in the lklno (lruss Stutt·»——if !U<‘l<>’. ¢‘>1¤\<‘ SHl¤¤¤`•Al.-rv
Beatty gave his tlrst pass of the follows: ”°Y°" "'ONES .
COUD   game to Binder, his opponent in the Cincinnati- AB. R. H. PO. A. E. 24428 N. UMESTOM ` I LEXMTLN M
box. Turner contributed a nlce juicy Renter, ss. ........ 5 1 0 z 1 4  
SOAPS error, which he repeated thrice more Buchanan, rf.   1 1 0 0 0 P I A N   F R E E
PER F U M ES during the inning, and the trick was Schlemmer, 2b. .... 5 1 4 4 1 1
T A L C U M POWD  turned and the visitors had scored six Pollard, lf. ........ 3 1 0 0 0 0 -FROM-—
AT COST runs and the hastily departing fans Hall (Capt.), 3b .... 5 0 1 1 4 0 AN Y D E F ECT
had even more hastily come back to Fostlck, lb. ....... 4 1 0 7 0 0
....... witness the results of the explosion. Fowler, cf. ........ 1 0 0 0 0 0 Tl y | t · . q, I
· The State team was crippled to Stewart, cf. ....... 3 0 0 1 0 0 m S W ml,;;·`I·5,·", W Wn you
Th; By! Hof Chogolgfg m start the game, and before the game Than, c. .......... 3 0 0 9 2 0 t · ·
the City lt was generally conceded that Clncln· Binder, p, .,..,,.,, 2 1 0 0 0 0     C0.
natl had the game sewed up. Even - .... -
___ with the patched llne·up, the locals Total ........... 36 6 6 24 8 5  
put up a better article of ball than Kentucky- AB. R. H. P0. A. E.
Lcxin ton Dru   the vlslters, and were entitled to the scott, sd. ......... 3 1 1 1 1 0 M ’ I ‘H
g g honors of winning. Gower c 4 1 2 10 2 0
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Beatty Pltches Hls Flrst. Meadows, rf-p. .... 5 0 3 0 0 0 wants your picture since you left
Phm:154 Your Nearest Drug Sure Beatty Ditclléd bl! GTS?. 881118 f0l’ Giltnel', cf. ........ 4 0 0 5 0 0 h0me....g0 doe, yodr
  State and ls entitled to no little praise Yonng_ 1b_ ________ 4 1 1 5 0 2
for als geen work to the elgutn ln- Wesley, 2b-lf. ..... s 1 0 0 0 0 SWEETHEART
  ning. Captain Meadors had a sore Burruss, 2b, _______ 3 1 1 3 1 1  
arm and could not start the game Bryson, lt. ........ 1 0 0 0 0 0 CALL Al
pitching. He went to right field, Turner, ss. ........ 3 1 0 0 1 4 H h ,   dl.
    & C0. Xlhere lile is 3 much at home as ln Beatty, p. ......... 3 1 0 3 0 0     S u  
e p tc er’s x. He llelded perfect- Rice, p. ........... 0 0 0 0 0 1
I¤°°°rp°"’I'°d ly, got three hits out of five times at Robinson, rf. ...... 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ed 1:t thi? 3;:) 2:;] mac}: :02;
bat, and when Rice, who was put in - - .. .. _ _, YDS? p Y
will do your Society and (fom- during the eighth in place of Beatty, Totals . .......... 33 7 8 27 5 8
_ _ had also blown up. Meadows was put Sgore ny mnlng., BEST GIRL
!¤¢¤¢¢I¤¢¤t I¤V1t&f10¤S and PN- on the mound ln the ninth inning, and Kentucky . ...... 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 2 :-7 Wim '°m° °f U*°"“
tired the slde without further scor- Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6
rams better than others. re ‘‘‘‘ ·· 0*6 UP-T O-DATE PHOTOS
g Egimstriklng out the last two men Two-gase hits—Meadows, Schlem· Special rates to students.
- mer. ases on balls—Of! Binder, 3; W — · .
N’• 152 West MMU Strut Schlemmer, the visitor’s second Off Beatty, 1; off Rice, 1. Stolen S4! [Sr MA"` S1"  
Le I to , . Backer, was the one bright star of the bases—Schlemmer, Pollard, Fggtick.  
xug D K, visiting team. He tlelded well, ran Stewart, Burruss, Turner. Struck out ovctxnpgglzzgzv
the bases like a whirlwind and gar· -Beatty, 4; Meadows, 2; Binder, 5.
  nered four hits, one a two-bagger, out Shcriflce hits—Pollard, Giltner, Wes.
of five times at bat. ley, Rice. Passed balls-Gower. Hit
Battery I. m·app°·nung_ by pitcher-Thau. Time of game-
    Pitcher Binder and Catcher Than, 2:10- UmpIr€**RObbIHS,
the two men the visitors always count I Tnaou: Mama
    on to deliver the goods, and who, by c°"%$g:3_",;°&c
, , BATTING AVER . _ t r . . ·l» U °
The ¤¤'y **5*   Sh¤¤ m *-===¤··¤¤>·· —-—-— ... AGES  §Ez£‘.·P}}:Kl‘Eg°Z¥.€=?€*.iEEEFE
Y“1° P°"‘F’“d°“’ i*$*”"?*““Y· . B¤rr¤•= Leads With .428. LliIIi”.’}?.§$?'J5.?3§L"J.'°.L2ZF?‘r!.'!‘£‘.?£H?.'$..°.§L{'s‘§%?J2“
B_   Proprletgy I°:lI\!|lI| tnkcn IITTOIIRII Munn & C0.rece1ve.
A M Up to the time the team left Ou the nlcclulnotlcqwlllnout obnr•zo,lntlle
• • i S II
THE- batting averages. Burruss leads with rrrl1.'m»·T`Y?$.Zy•YYeml$s m°r·l.HZ Il'·ZYY.°?S?s?I°i
——- _ year; {our mouths, $1. Sold byull newsdcnlers.
the line average of .428. Captaln   scwrndu N Y
• Mealdsrs ls the only other man above 0° y`    
  I         a m E S a nd the   h d d k DIBUCD OUICO, @5 F BL. WAIHIDQKOII, D. •
! l .333. The following are the averages:
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( ~ Mouldlll S · s . esley   · 1
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Ser-tt ............... is 4 222 r ' \
, Always the Best Show. RMP, ‘ ' .
1 1 ·· ....... . ........ 16 3 .106 \k\
T ` lwa s the Same Price, . , Purrvss ............. Pl 9 ,193   . . A
I * A y L€X\|lt{[0|l, · · I\€llYUCkV Mcmlors ..,.,..,_,,__ Pl 7 M3 Evans ~ -  s  
, always Clean. Always Good. · ‘ »._· .. V -1  ·~
Often out Talked Preston ...... . ....... 10 3 .187   ·   _., _ ~
` '" Ynlln ............... 20 7 .2FO
I Never Qutdqpg - - • pnesqgy q { 333        
  • * Wllh the Mllwartl (.0. wmlgy ''‘‘‘ ‘ ‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘   2 gm all work |·lrst Class and Guaranteed
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i ’ “”°‘”' Dm 3 °°· " 3°· °·°°· sos w. Man. Bal. Plea l0 se.r......   ......... 8 1 .12. 2,, ,,2 EAST ,,,,,, ME,
I TRY T0 GET IN- Glltner ......... . ..... 19 2 .111 New 0 www

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have two such strong and active or-
I     ganizations as the Young Women'! sprlnu shawlnu
Publlslied eva.-)- Thursday by the student body of State University of Kentucky, Chrlstnn Aswclsllon and the Young i
hir the benefit of the studer»t;•h::::u{;i(:·'ulty· and alumna.; of that Men-. Chriauan A··0ciau°¤_ Their _ or _
____,._,_.........;...   entertainments are always very much •
TH}-; l[)l·}.·\ ls the official newspnpcruf the Linlverslty, and ls issued wekly appreciated and are looked t°‘.wu.d
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colleges ln me t#nit.·.i states and Canada. an thou who "tmd mont  
IUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR PIR YEAR: FIVE CENTS PER COPY AND _
Entered at Lexington Post utllcens second class mall matter. "
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E. L. BECKER ........ . ..................... . ........ Assistant Athletic Edlotr I
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l'. L. MARX, Asst. Business Manager. J. li. 5Al\Ui:ZKb, Asst. Adv. Mgr. PHONES Y
THEO. SLADE, Advertising Manager. W. A. LURI'1·.Y. Asst. Sub. Mgr. 1
v. 1.. nowmxc., Subscription tug:. E. J. Roux, Asst. sin., mg., N¢W 1312 Old 236   I y
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THE 8ENIOR8’ EARLY EXAMINA- strengthen the grasp of understand- , I
TION. lng of various subjects. This is taken l
forbgrantedh béxihscinxtlmes we uae:      
This is indeed a time of very great gust rzllgasuou: to 6; agengormnt ·
lmp°rm¤c° to an me students-with might mean much to us Let us never     COO Everything for College Men
;:E;:?£°;° tz; 2:; ·:tl_;lg°:_%’· T1: forget nor neglect them, for little from head to fO()t_
Seniors. Only a few days more and Igglnwzrgcsfsscn of more importance 1 36 & 138 S• Llmestone
_ glad that the Se- .· . ,, .
1*:$*8*j:e*°;;:;r“‘;_;;”:::u':;°:; nlors are to take their examinations The Place the btylc Comes from •
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from here with the diploma and full :;5°m:(;.t¤:d:° Navi: mziozz   ‘
recommendation of the alma mater or comes mm nr ’   E   ?
. y opportunly. But . .
wg°m°" mm'; smtusu by in wu" there are other things are well that  
:13 sI:$e;_""m;p:·t° °°°°’ °'°"r’ the Seniors deserve. They should be . -_
‘ granted further concessions. They f 5
fl ‘IHE COLLEGE MAN'.? STORE
S-li;--Y: 1-::: -its--¤t $2-$1·l°-ii: T1‘&“‘°..'3I.’I-.”°.IZ?..‘1Z.’Ii}..E$ °’§‘§°..E’.Z.`? ° C. .. .. .   ....... l
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°°°“*°°· “‘°" °’° ‘°M "° 1‘"°°d ‘“ have successfully pnsss.1 the ohm. K€HtuCKy l
th;:"h°x°m:;°u:’°: gy gy 0* Fm :° mas examinations and have done ac- .
wu °'fu ° Q; °:_’€d 'Qf Q,} Q; ¤¤¤t¤¤¤¤ crm wm. then my as- oem free ¢..i1i.m in ..11 depart- 2
gfmjif th; ‘jf,‘v,;}’,f m’m;_,,___ ·-¤• ¤<> ¤• ·¤¤¤·¤>¤ from runner mc. .......... 0........ 1..... ..» ,.».·...1......... of ·
g This method fs ln vogue in many col- ]’ { ·k Hin]-, Sglyqglg who are
tions place n *°“ “° Y »— DRINK ~
» p°° °°°‘ We °"`° V", leges and we think Kent ky 1 ht '
glad to see this favor granted to the · “° m Y prcparctl to ctitcr tlic Freshman ’
Seniors It has Maul D ded d well follow their examples. Indeed, (_]]aSS_
deservéh for when 2 Etgggm :1:. we hope that it may soon be the case, Each county in the State is cm   l
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more n e · ·
u matriculation laboratory and 0tl1~
lz: ;l°tiii:l:!:sl;;mlitil a:e$l)til‘1Tl;hr‘:1\1oil: ::·::°::.mm” Benton by tm. gm"` er {OCS. 0IlO ,0r more appointees.     l
merit especial consideration and privl- ` Necessary expenses moderate. _
E$°'t;°* P:":‘l*:°d *° be °¤l°Y°d W For full information regarding  
° ° °" ' “ °” '· ap ointecs, courses of stud cost ‘
N0: fthe Senzirs havebwon a do-     Ofpboard, ctcq am`],. to yl C ll f h G O .
BGTVB nVOl' an BTG 0 Q CODQTI ll- a or t e enulne
lated on their good fortune. The °1 Y- W- C- A- Wd Y- M- C- A- H' S' BARI¥RE§i) NT
done something for them that is real- Tuesday evening the young ladles’ fm"` 0n’ y' °
ly worth while, and ft remains for and the young men's Chrlstlan Asso- F     
them to proflt by lt. Only a short ciations rendered a very interesting  
time ls now left for review land what- and lnstructlve program ln the Y. M. If Y \V t Und,. paymc Nahum; Bank ,
ever preparat on necessary efore en- C. A. room. The national secretary Ou an
tering upon the dual examlnatlons. of the Y. M. C. A. was present and . d   8  
This time should be well spent, so gave a talk that was highly appro- Prmte Mutter Finest Hair Cutting and Shaving
g]`;;l&lllYm:;' Dtgcgllllle tlltijlmslizllestngg 3;::dlpmtcxrizdntxbsgcsgulsgeml llllllcll C0ll1}¤*lS Ailciitiott Parlor lu thc City .
g en-
may be so unfortunate as to succumb joyed the entire program. Among the \\'e know wht-rc yflll can get it
W Y¤il¤¤‘¤· All mult realize that they interesting numbers were a solo, beau-   I I
have no time and opportunities to tlfully rendered bv Miss Fvers: a
Squander now, but that they must trio by Messrs. Kohnhorst. Smith and ']‘[||i       ‘
avail themselves of every remalnlng Lignn, and one by Messrs. W·-r's- , ·
chance to insure their final success worth. Cleveland and Kohnl--····‘.   & Richardson C0  
ln 8Cl'l00l. Not that any one should Miss Dean gave 9, vorv ln•¤v··~¤•*·ig I ° R\'(‘l‘)'ll|l!l}.£ l`ll'SI-t:ltlSs to MII.
li’8¥‘¤ B0 VBTY much between nOW and talk on the influenr-ei of good h-'M,   l?l`¢!llQl| l)l'l|l C0ll·••t‘; Oyslvrs filly
MM 10. but that his mlnd be refresh- and Miss Aolter had an interesting Style at u in0tncut`s notice. The 4 '
ed by 80iDg 0Ver again those number on keeping in tow-h wfth only first·ciass Luncll Cuttntcr in
important things he has learned ln mustn. Messrs. Lewis and Panther ( , . I the south end of the city. Open
the last term. This fs what fs needed entertained the audience bv sneskfng D0 )"ly rllmt Klm day gn;] night,
Und tbl! 08¤ Nldlly be done. Of of great personalities and the lnflu· _
course everybody knows that ft is lm- anne or nature. respectively. w• S•  
portnnt , to review and thus to it th g credit to the Uvtlvnrcltv to     Comer Mill and Bolivar 1

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` . INITIAL BANQUET OF STATEIB THE SECOND PERFORMANCE OF ,.....,..,.., 
• I 4 5 NEW DRAMATIC ORGAN· THE $1·ggLLERS MORE 8Uc_ ` `‘`'` ‘     “""‘
Q IZATION. CESSFUL THAN THE FIRST.
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I • succeafm Bunn clout Numerous Out-of·Town People Prea-
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I The second performance of "Brown
I on Nu MININY ¤I€I“» °V°I°Y°¤° of Harvard," given at the Lexington
, { _. ' who had anything whatever to do with Opera Hons,-;._ on last Thursday, April
I the D¤'0d¤¤tN¤ °Y NN Y°*I"¤ PNY 27, proved to be more of a success
' Gathered in IIN N*'8° IINNK NNN ef from a dramatic view·point than the
the Phoenix Hotel and sat down to Original performance. The house,
g the festive board, to enjoy a feast of not quite as large as the nrst night.
I I   for tlfty·four, and when Mr. J. B• 0ut.Of.t0wu yisitors were present to (successors
ll r• 8¤¤d¤*¤· WIN INN'! IN N“tm“Nl'· witness the efforts of State's amateur
I are     I gave the signal to be Seated there Wil •*’l‘pespians," and all left, high in their to T. B. Dewhurst.)
· not a vacant chair to be seen. t h h rf
, praise, say ng t at t e pe ormance HEAD UARTER8
I _ . TIN NNN! W°N ¤"'$nK°d N IIN was one of the best seen in Lexlng- Q '
They know good cl0tlles and will shape of a large T. The K\1€¤t¤ cf tcp, Manager Scott of the Lexington FOR ALL _
have no other. honor and   toastmaster were ·€at.• opera House said     `vas the belt
ed et UN INN °f UN INN- *¤il¤ IIN amateur production he had ever wit- • ‘
‘ ' “ ” remaining "Strollers" found their nessed E  
I WC VC RCD   Good places according to their peculiar pmm, gm- the mcce,8 of tht, year',
INI’IN· TIN 8*N*N W ININV W°N¥ production has been given to certain l°
l _ _ PN¤N°¤t H- 8- B"INl‘· MIN NIN members of "The Strollers? but too    
_: so long with tthe college fellows Connelly of Hamilton College. Ml'- much cannot be said for the admlr· I
that “’e’rc ws   ° Foxhnu Dalugerneld, Gan. Roger able manner in   Mn J_ B_ San,
WmN¤N· MI" K*·N PQYNG UN PNY- ders handled the business end of the I For °°II°g° Mem
Farquhar. The one sad feature of the play, and Mn Merchant gg ,],0 dug I
I evening was that Gen. Williams was N-atm gm- the veyy gnqshed way In ""·'*
I _-_- called home by the illness of his wife, whqch he bum the pmdu,,tgm,_ yu
I I UN NNN ¥Nt NUNN threvsh UN fact, every one who was connected FOOT BALL G00D8’
°V€¤N8· G°¤· VVIIINUN Wi! ¢¤ U" with The Strollers did their best, and
I I déllt IUDDOPCOP, Illd hl! QDSGIICG WBS {O speak properly Of 3]] who    
, I keenly felt by all those present. am good work would till s hook. The SHOES
I We stand back of the Weaf, the MAN"` ’· V3"? wmllmous dNlNl`· faculty were also kind ln lending their t
I . . I'- J- B- SUI °”· N IIN °“’¤ °INl'*N‘ efforts for the play. and no complaint
I color and the tallor1ng—and mqmc mmmm intwduccd the M_ has been heard from H1 pm in regard BASKET BALL
l Standing back means givgngl ;’;:;€;I’°’i§':;;;r to the success cf the play. I SUPPLIES
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I back whatever you bring back. I .... . ...... "Flrst lmpresslonsf ................._.
MIIB Julla. C0¤tlelly.."The Strollers."        
I Mr. Foxhall Daingerfleld ......
_ .......... "Only a Playwright? guuprmau Nutpg Ind
1. Prof. Farquhar ............... I • COLLEGE
I · • · Ilwhat     Thinks.!}  
Miss Elcdse com .............. II E1l¤¤ M<>¤¤¢· I PENNANTS·
` ......... "It Was Only Acting." I.._.._....1.....-.._--
Mr. A. J. Gude ..... "Kentucky Girls." FLAG8•
Straw Hats are now budding, MI`· EI`III’_?I1eIIt‘;°I;;’;Ié·6\IIét··k;l€ase.__ PILLOW COVERS, _
y0u’ll flnd the best here as Gen. Roger Williams .......... Miss Gertrude Curd spent the week-
.."Suggestlons for the Future} end at her home in Wilmore. POSTERS• ETC-
uSuaI· After the regular tcast list had been
exhausted, the toastmaster called on Miss Louise Warford visited her *
different members for short talks. Mr. father in Millersburg, Sunday. __
I Phlster was kind enough to render a “ III IIIIIIIIYS be sled te UN
I solo, followed by Mr. J. C. Mills, in M?ss Louise VanArsdale was with You-
I his famous character impersonation. her parents, at her homo cn the Rich·
` As a fitting climax to the evening and mond pike, Saturday and Sunday. l
.v also to the season’s work, "The Str:ll— I ‘
I ers" elected M'ss Julia Connelly and Miss Nell White s··cnt from Friday I  
• Mr. Foxhall Daingertlelzl to honorary until Mondav with friends in Danville. I II I
, membership by a unanimous standing _ & COMPANY
vote. These two people have been Mrs. llnlford Watson ord son who   _
· the stannchcst friends "'l`he Stroll- l‘fl\"? lwen with Prof. and 'llrs Placer- ' '_<5II"*'*`S’*‘"`$
ers" had dllrlrv: tll0‘l‘ llllllal et'l`/ir', turn, I't"lll'Ylt`fl to their home in (`hl- I to I- I'- I)¥`“`IllU`$t-I
0x 0 and too much praise cannot be givrn cage, Friday. _
· O them rm- men- kind work. ' WE¤T MAIN STREET
° ],,c°,p,,,,,,d After a few more talks and songs Miss Mltchcll of Sayre spent Sun-
the hanquetters dispersed, all voting day with Mlss Margaret Sanders. " v
7 that there was something doing dur-  
    S   ing the entire evening. and that the Prof, B. C. Haeerman ls with his """"""""""""""""""""**"‘*"*"*·‘*•
success of this new organiatlon at daughter, Mrs. Watson, in Phlcago. I
State was an assured thing. M. Ellen Moore. .-._.........__._.t.__________, _
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  results of his boys on their swing ment. The local mumgmem was i
  through Ohio. With his three pitch- started Wednesday at 3:30 p. m.,     `
9 ’   ers all working well, and the support when Miles played Marx and Threl- • I
Sn y   generally, with the return of good keld opposed Proctor. Both promised ‘
  weather, becoming better, he sees no to be hard fought contests. Thursday " r
we", we Should Say it is chance why the ’vsrsity should not at 3:30 p. m. W. V. Smith will pY&Y WANTED —— Table Boarders. Best ' l
at take all three games. Thursday they - Dabney, while at 4:30 Watson will table in t