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Formerly THE IDEA

State University of Kentucky
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. JAN. 6 1916,

VOL. VIII.
FRANK

COFFEE WRITES
LETTERS

INTERESTING

WILDCATS FIRST GAME

PRIOR TO DEATH IN

SCHEDULED

FOR

No. 13

FARMERS WEEK OPENS AT UNIVERSITY
WITH RECORD

14TH

BREAKING

ATTENDANCE

ENTERED
A remarkable

Cincy Contest "May Be Cancelled Because of Lack
of Practice

Condi-

UNIVERSITY AT AGE OF FIFTEEN
series of letters ap
in The Lexington

peared recently
Herald, written toy Frank Coffee, a
former State University student, a
short time before he was killed in
action 'while serving in the English
army in the Dardanelles campaign, on
November 18, 1915.
Mr. Coffee was born in Australia.
His father is an American, born in
Warsaw, N. Y. His grandmother,
Mrs. Charles Coffee, died in this city
and is buried in the Lexington Ceme
tery.
At the age of 15 he entered the Uni
versity of Kentucky in the College of
Mechanical and Electrical Engineer
,ing, in 1902. After leaving the Uni- , versity he saw newspaper service in
Canada and finally Australia, where
he was given a lieutenant's commission in the Australian contingent of
the British army.
The letters published below were
written from the front and received
by Coffee's aunt, Mrs. Sarah Clark,
117 Woodland Avenue, and other relatives. They are remarkable for their
clear and vivid descriptions and por
trayal of conditions on the fighting
line. They touch especially the humorous and pathetic phases of the life
and death of "Tommy Atkins."
Space is available for only a small
number of the most interesting letters. Selections follow:
Allan Line, R. M. S. Ionian,
Off Cyprus, Sept. 11, 1915.
(Received Nov. 1, 1915.)
Sept. 1011:30 a. m. Good sleep
last night. At 9 a. m. had parade of
Very few of them
men with
although badly crowded. Half
an hour ago we pased over the spot
where the Royal Edward was submarined. One officer aboard a S. Wales
Borderer was saved from the Royal
Edward. He was five hours in the
water, being picked up by a French
destroyer.
The French officers did
everything for him brandy, rubbing
Ho was just beginand everything.
ning to feel O. K. again when a British cruiser sent an officer to see him.
The Naval Johnny wore a monocle,
and this was his greeting to a man
just rescued: "Haw! Havo you a roll
of thoso who wero saved? Bah Jove!
You haven't?
What!
How extraordinary! Good-dasir!" Not a word
of sympathy, but tho pationt nearly
laughed 'himself sick. Picture a man
t
calling the roll
clothed in a
of those afloat!
life-belt-

sea-sic-

life-bel-

Allan Lino, R. M. S "Ionian,"
Lemnos Island, Sept. 13, 1915.

Dear Mill and Dan:
This belated letter is written twelve
hours after arrival in Mudros Bay,
Island of Lemnos, 40 miles (about)
from the peninsula. The campaign
here, by the way, has developed into
the largest in history, of such- a nature; and until this war of Armageddon the empire never in history has
m
iad such a large overseas force enApproximately
gaged.
how many
British and French troops are fighting
I can not divulge, owing to the censorship; but when we finally get through
to the sea of Marmora I suppose the
world will be allowed to learn a little
of the magnitude of our operations.
And it is great to think that the
Australians and one English division
composed of the flower of the Brit
ish army, men who fought from Mons
to Marne and back to Ypres will be
entitled to the lion's share of. the
credit at the end. The New Zealanders
have fought steadily and bravely; but
the dash, snap and tenacity of our
boys has placed them in a class by
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STAFF PLANS
FOR

Snap-Sho- ts

KENTUCKIAN

Will Be a Fea-

ture of the

1916

Book

There will be a meeting of the An-- j
nual staff Monday afternoon, January 10 at 3:30 o'clock in the Kentuck-iaoffice. Work will be pushed rapidly on getting out the 1916 book. All
Seniors are urged to visit the photographer, Spengler, within the next
three weeks. In order that the special rate will be effective all individual pictures must be in before Februn

ary

1.

section will bo a feaThe snap-sho- t
ture of tho 1916 Kontuckian, and all
amateur photographers are urged to
see Lawrence Heyman, who will have
of
inrge of this Bection.
Seniors, prominent students and faculty, and views genorally of student
life and activity will bo accepted.
Further details for tho photographers will bo announced lator by Mr.
Hoynian. Artists and cartoonists are
urged to submit drawings and cartoons, sketched, but the art staff requests that no completed drawings
be sent in until after tho original
sketches have been approved.
Snap-shot-

s

Horticultural, Dairy and Poultry Exhibits Excel All
Former Displays and Are Indicative of
Widened Interest.

TO USE

Former State Student Gives Vivid Portrayal of
tions on. Fighting Line in Letters To
His Aunt.

PRESIDENT BARKER MAKES A GOOD ADDRESS

PARK FLOOR

With only eight days remaining before State is scheduled to open her
1916 basketball season with the University of Cincinnati at Cincinnati,
and the basketeers undergoing an enforced idleness due to a poultry show
in the armory and a fruit show in the
gym, which are the only available
floors for practice, local chances for
a win in the opener are not bright.
Those who were delegated to have
a floor put down in the auditorium
during the Holidays neglected to do
so, but now the work is being rushed
and Dr. Tigert expects to have his
squad there this afternoon. The auditorium will be the scene of all the
home games as in the past several
years, and it is well that the squad
get as much practice as possible on

that

floor.

Doctor Tigert said yesterday that
in view of the lack of practice that
he was making an effort to have the
opening game with Cincinnati postponed until a later date. It is hoped
that the Cincy' officials will agree. to
from the Blue and White. Vandy has
thrice met the Wildcats, losing one
and breaking even in the two other
series. This year, however, they expect to bring the strongest team that
has yet . represented them, and one
which will make the home boys outdo themselves to ward off a double
defeat. Tom Zerfoss,
star, will be seen opposed to his
brother, Captain Karl, and possibly
another brother, George, who showed
up excellently during
practice.
the basket sport this season than in
the past, because of the fact that a
rating of all the Kentucky college
teams will be possible due to the fact
that State will meet two of the K. I.
A. A. teams besides Louisville.
Aside from these contests with Kentucky teams, the greatest interest will
doubtless center in the renewal of the
animal contests with Tennessee and
Vanderbilt.
Neither of these teams
has ever been able to top a series
Ms as the Ohio quintet has already
played several games and are in
form.
More interest should be attached to
Last year's big contor, Jim Server,
probably will bo kept out of the game
because of other tasks.
Captain Zerfoss is a man who can
locate tho baskot from almost any
position on tho iloor. Gumbert played
in several of tho big games last season and is known us a valuable man.
Derrel Hart, varsity forward several
seasons ago, is a fast man, and a sure
goal thrower.
Schrader, Schwart,
n

(Continued oil Pago 2)

Farmers' Week opened at the Uni - In the same hall are the dairy and
versity of Kentucky Tuesday with a horticultural exhibits. Dairy products
attendance at sessions are listed from all over the State and
of the State organizations assembled the display of models for barns, silos
Considerable interest was manifested and equipment is especially Interestin the poultry, corn, fruit and dairy ing.
shows.
Heads of the horticultural show deThe Kentucky Beef Cattle Associa- clare that the fruit exhibit, with aption opened the week with a session ples the main feature, excels all forIn the chapel at 10 o'clock. President mer shows in numbers and beauty.
Barker delivered the address of welThe drill hall is crowded with what
come, congratulating the agricultur- experts pronounce an unexcelled disists on the interest showed In State- play of poultry, graduating from the
wide progress and predicting wonder- giant Light Brahma to the tiny Partful improvement and advancement of ridge Wyandotte.
The pigeon section
Kentucky as a result of their interest is remarkable for its beauty and the
and enthusiasm.
fullness of classes. In open races
The chapel was crowded to doors, there are entries from Ohio, Indiana,
while many more visitors who follow Virginia and Tennessee.
special lines in agriculture were inSeveral coups of pheasants add a
specting the displays in the corn, gorgeous touch to the exhibit. There
poultry, dairy, horticultural arid do- are numerous pens of stately turkeys
mestic science shows.
and' an extraordinarily large number
The widening of interest manifest of smiling ducks. The prizes, inin the attendance is further evidenced cluding numerous handsomv cups, will
in an enlarged participation in the be awarded this afternoon.
several competitive exhibits.
All of the shows save the domestic
The number of entries In the corn science exhibit are in the Armory
show reaches far in excess of last building. The dazzling array of work
year's list. In the gymnasium there of women and children is displayed in
is a splendid array in wliite, red, yel - 'the Educational Building.
low and speckled rows.
In compliment to the work done by
the Kentucky Experiment Station for
the. benefit of Kentucky farmers and
SEASOR OPENS WITH
agricultural interests throughout the
State the following resolutions was
KEHTUCKY WESLEYAH passed Tuesday by the Beef Cattle
Association of Kentucky:
"Whereas, The Blue Grass counties
Co-eBy of Kentucky afford exceptional grazHandicapped
Lack of Practice During and pasturing facilities, and,
ing Last Days
"Whereas, We are convinced that it
is only by a system of live stock farmgirl gasket-bailer- s
The
are handiing that the permanent fertility of our
capped in the same way that the boys
soils can be maintained properly and
are, due to the exhibits in the gym,
the worn and exhausted soils of the
and will suffer from the lack of pracState restored to a profitable conditice, at a valuable time, too, as the
tion of agricultural productiveness,
opening of the season is near at hand.
and,
Only two of last year's varsity,
"Whereas, The most valuable exCaptain Elsie Heller and Manager
periments are being carried on now at
Nancy Innis, are in the University,
tho Experiment Station farm in the
though Misses Frances Geisel and
fattening and proper maintenance of
Pearl Bastin, both of whom played in
our
animals; thereenough games to bo called veterans,
fore
are working for positions. Miss
"Bo It Resolved by tho Beef Cattlo
Natalie Woodruff, another of last seaAssociation of Kentucky, in conven-Mo- n
son's squad, is out. Misses Mary Hamassembled, that wo do hereby
ilton, Dawn Flannory, Helen
endorse tho said Experiment Station
Cella Cregor, Lillian Haydon,
in its careful and painstaking efforts
and Sarah Harbison are among others
looking to tho development and betterup best in tho practlco
who showed
ment of the live stock interests of tho
before tho holidays.
Stato and to tho gradual improvement
Tho girls will practico at tho audiof our agriculturo in all its phases;
torium as soon as it is in readiness,
and that wo do hereby heartily and ununtil "Farmers' Week" is ovor, when
equivocally endorse tho energetic and
tlioy can get back into tho gym again.
persistent efforts on behalf of tho livo
Thero will bo a lively scramble for
stock interests of the State, of tho diposition among tho last year subs and
rector of said Experiment Station and
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meeting of tho Stroll
was held before tho Christmas
era
holidays, on December 19, at which
names was
tlmo a list of twenty-threpresented by the membership commit
tee and all were accepted as members
Tho stago manager
of tho Strollers.
reported on tho "Amateur Night" per
formance and told of tho progress In
tho selection of tho play for the an
nual production of tho organization.
Nothing definite has as yet been done,
but tho play will be selected and re
hearsals will be started immediately
after the first term exams.
Miss Katherine Mitchell, who leaves
college in a few weeks on a leave of
absence until the end of the year,
as vice
handed in her resignations
president and member of the play,
membership, and room committees,
was voted not to accept her resig
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picture taken to send mother
and the "girl you left behind
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nations.
The new members elected to the
Strollers are: Henry Powell, Julius
Wolf, Cecil Noe, Eugene Gribben,
Marion Conditt, Goodson Reynolds,
Leonard Taylor, Gordon Marsh, Mc
Clarty Harbison, W. L. Smith, Tom
Richards, Hector Lawson, Wayne Hat
fler and Messrs. Swope, Cherry, Ar
nold and Land, and Misses Mildred
Graham, Eliza Spurrier, Mary Turner,
Eliza Pigott, Edness Kimball and June
Sale.
By request of the Strollers the complete roster of the organization is
published below. For some years the
roster has not been kept carefully and
an effort is being made this year to
determine the membership accurately. Such records
as are available
have been consulted, but it is realized
that the list below is probably incomplete and incorrect. It is hoped that
any person who is a Stroller, but
whose name is omitted will immediately turn in his name to the secre
of the organization,
John R. Marsh, so the list of the members can be made complete. The roster of members who are in the Univer

sity at tho present tlmo follows:
Misses Christine Hopkins, Ina
Mario Louise Mlchot, Rebecca
Smith, Kathorlno Mitchell, Lois Powell, Vivian Delaine, Anita Crabbo, Mildred Taylor, Margaret McLaughlin,
Carloton Brewer, Prances D. Gelsel,
Johnnlo Vio Cramer, Cclla Cregor,
AHco
Llla Estes,
Lillian Gaines,
Gregory, Nancy Innes, Annette Martin, Virginia Daro Stout, Kathleen Sullivan, Nata Leo Woodruff.
Messrs. 13. W. Roth, H. D. Graham, James McConncll, Emory
Herndon J. Evans, E. A. Blackburn, W. J. Kallbroeier, Estill Woods,
Derrlll Hart, W. C. Shlnnlck, 0. S.
Lee, J. Franklin Corn, Herbert Felix,
E. P. Hatter, J. Owen Reynolds, Mohn
R. Marsh.
Wearers of the Stroller pin.

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ADA MEADE.

Everybody liked "Old Hiedelberg"
so well that Manager Gurnee of the
Ada Meade Theatre, has booked another clean-utabloid for the last
three days of this week, January 6,
7 and 8.
"Night on a New York Roof Garden" is the name of this new winner
and it has sixteen clever classy people in the cast. Ten girls make up
one of the snappiest and
beauty choruses it has been our pleasure to present in some time and the
comedy is all of the spontaneous
variety.
As a special feature all box seats
for the 9:15 performances will be reserved from now on and all matinee
seats will be reserved at the following scale of prices: All lower floor,
twenty cents; box seats, twenty-fiv- e
and balcony, ten cents. The night
prices will remain at the usual scale.
Order seats now and avoid the rush.
best-lookin- g

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During the last half of the week
the Colonial will offer the following

attractions:
Thursday, January 6
"The Devil's Prayer Book," featuring Arthur Hoops and Alma Han-IoKleine-Edl-son'-

Friday, January 7 An Equitable
comedy drama in five acts, featuring
the great stage success, Thomas A.
Wise.
Saturday, January 8 A Vitagraph
drama, "On Her Wedding Night," feaMetropolitan
turing Charles Kent, Louise Bondot,
Edith Storey and Antolne Moreno,
The Place for Good Things to Ea1 which is a photoplay of remarkable
charm and force.
Sunday, January 9 "The King's
Game," a Pathe picture, featuring
15c Pearl White, George Probert and ShelHair Cut
Shave
10c don Lewis.
(EXCEPT SATURDAYS)
Monday, January 10 A
t
MARTIN'S BARBER
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Basement, 139 East Main, featuring Henry B. Walthall and Edna
Opposite Phoenix Hotel.
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Ireland, Peah and other have played
before and aro good men.
Tho Freshmen are as yet almost unknown quantities, howovor, there Is a
lot of excellent material in tho class.
aro two
ZerfoBS and Longsworth
whoso work has been particularly
noteworthy.
Tho comploto schedule of tho Wildcats as far as it has been determined,
is as follows:
January 14 Cincinnati at Cincinnati.
January 18 Georgetown at Georgetown.
January 29 Chattanooga at Lexington.
February 4 and 5 Vanderbilt at
Lexington.
February 15 Centre at Danville.
February 19 Cincinnati at Lexington.
February 22 or 24 Louisville at
Louisville.
February 26 Maryville at Lexington.
February 29 Centre at Lexington.
March 3 Marietta at Lexington.
A return game with Louisville at
Lexington and games with Tennessee
at Knoxville and Lexington will be
played on dates not yet determined.

SEASON OPENS WITH
KENTUCKY WESLEYAN
(Continued from Page 1)
new girls and until the coaches get
them to working together a little more
Toothly It will be Impossible to pick
out the live who will face Kentucky
Wesleyan in the opening game.
The game scheduled with Margaret
College for January 14 has been canceled, but an effort will be made to
arrange for this game February 8 at
Lexington.
The complete schedule as far as it
has been fixed is as follows:
January 21 Kentucky Wesleyan at
Winchester.
February 5 University
of Louisville at Lexington.
February 11 K. C. W. at Lexington.
February 18 Margaret College at
Versailles.
February 25 University of Louis
ville at Louisville.
February 29 Kentucky Wesleyan
at Lexington.
March 3 K. C. W. at Danville.
In view of the lack of practice,
Ireland, Peak and others have played

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trench tho Turks yelled, "Allah! AI hIoii of her height nnd length.
LEGISLATURE
SETTLE
THESE LEXINGTON FIRMS AD
lah! Allnht" "'Hint's right!" yelled
Submarines nro nctlvo hero, as you
(Continued from Page 1)
VERTI8E IN THE KENthemselves. Tlmo nncl again tlmy the bird on tho parapet, "bring him know, but tho navy pcoplo nro taking
TUCKY KERNEL.
QUESTION OF EEES
lmvc been ordered to do tlio Impossl-bio- ; along, too, to 'avo a tnsto of us!" enro of them. You have probably heard
NUF CED
that tho transport that brought our
never yet hnvo they fnllcd; nnd (Slightly expurgated).
School looks and Supplies.
Twenty-fourth- ,
from Al Mess Hall Deficit Is Brought
I doubt If thcro Ih a HrltlHh officer who
At Quinn's port n shell landed on a battalion, tho
Tho University Book Store.
exandria, wns torpedoed twelve miles
would not bo proud to wenr "AustraUp Before the Board
parapet Just after the morning run
Lunch Counters and Restaurants,
from here, but reached Mudros with a
lia" nt the bottom of IiIh stars of rank.
Kresge'B 5 and
of Trustees.
ration hnd been Issued. It took twen-t- slight
Store.
list in safety. Wo Baw her as
All bell could not shift our men from
W. F. Oldham.
minutes to dig one mnn out of tho she lay near us when wo arrived.
their positions. For months they hung
Tho 191(5 session of tho Kentucky
Metropolitan Restaurant.
This navy of ours Is hard to beat!
on by their teeth against odds of fi to mess; but when they did got him out
Legislature has boon asked by tho
Martin & Stockwell.
They built a dummy battleship, on
1, nnd gained ground bit by bit. The all right tho first thing ho said was:
Hoard of Trustees of tho University
University Lunch Stand.
lilghth Light Horse woro put In the "Who tho Ii
stole my ration?" Damn when they put a few men for npponr-anc- to settle the question concerning the
Amusement.
sake. Tho Germans bit llko haytrendies soon after their arrival. The them, they upset my bottle!" But not
payment of fees by county appointees.
Orphoum.
sent five torpedoes Into her
order enmo to charge. With a yell n word about tho shell! All ho cared seeds and
Tho question was brought up at tho
Ben Alt.
before she Bank, when her "turrets,"
they started; but not a man got be- was that It hnd spilt his rum for him.
regular December meeting by GoverColonial.
"funnels" and "big guns" floated
twenty-fiv- e
yards from his Cnn you heat men like that? It is
yond
nor Stanley, but in order that It might
Ada Meade.
trench. Machine guns cut them down quite true that they lack In discipline, away! Tho enemy are very short of receive further study and discussion,
Men's Clothing.
torpedoes, bo no doubt they failed to
out of the but It Is a question whether or not
like a scythe; and forty-flvwns referred to a committee. Tho reGraves-Co& Co.
wholo regiment answered tho next roll their pure audacity has not moro than enjoy tho joko. Their submarines can port of the committee was received
Kaufman Clothing Co.
get out of the Dardanelles, but they
call, but those forty-flvheld their lino compensated for that disadvantage.
at a meeting last week in Governor
Graddy-Ryaget back in again.
against all counter attacks. That is
Our brigade, tho Sixth, has already never
Stanley's office which was an adLuby & Alexander.
Out In Australia you know more of
tho worst wo have had yet; but it in earned credit, although but a short
journed session of the December meetCluett, Peabody Co.
typical of what they will do.
On our arrival yes- the situation on tho peninsula than ing.
time hero.
Hardesty's.
It recommended that the queswe do. All one may know of Is his
An officer of the Fourth L. H. tells terday tho first steamer we saw loomtion be rferrod to the Legislature that
Women's Clothing.
this story of a fight of a few weeks ing up in tho rapidly growing dusk own Immediate front, while you have "so far as the benefits accruing to
Purcell's.
ago: Our trench was nine feet deep, was tho "Aqultanla."
She has been the ndvnntage of perspective.
the students
(county appointees)
Barber 8hops.
I hear that doctors are needed In !
parapet. When turned into a hospital ship, and will
with a high sand-baf from this assessment
of $15 have been
Eagle Barber Shop.
Franco, but so far as I could see thoy
the Turks charged they came on in carry 4,000 wounded, making tho trip
actually enjoyed by them, they should '
Leonard Barber Shop.
eight or ten lines. One of my men In to England in six days. Painted white have too many In Egypt. What they be precluded in equity and good conGeorge T. Martin.
order to Are more freely, climbed to a with a broad green band and three need here is nurses.
science from recovering in an action
Soda Fountain and Confectionery.
Well, this has been a rather spasseat on top of the parapet, and as they Geneva crosses in red on her hull, and
brought for that purpose."
McGurk Brothers.
came on he blazed away like a ma- four light yellow funnels, she Is a modic and uninteresting note, but the
"For the future, however, every
Calagis & Co.
chine gun. All the time he kept talk- thing of wonderful grace and beauty. best I can do there is so little news. doubt in this matter should bo rePhoenix Fruit Stand.
Expect to be properly In action being to himself along theso lines, 'Come "Mio wouldn't, unless one saw it, credit
moved, and the committee suggests
Photographic Work.
fore many hours now. I go in quite
on, you
niggers!
an- - that naval architecture could
Here's
have
that an effort be made to have the
Franz Josef Spengler.
other! Get yer! Got 'im! An' 'im! Oh, evolved such grace. In fact, her very sure I'll come out 0. K. But, in case Legislature so amend the powers of
Humphrey's Studio.
my luck doesn't hold out, good-byyou
!" As they neared the gracefulness creates a false lmpres- the board of trustees as to authorR. L. McClure.
good luck and bless you all.
ize the assessment beyond any quesJewelers.
As ever,
FRANK.
tion, or, in the alternative, that an
COMING IN EVERY DAY
Fred J. Heintz.
(Continued Next Week.)
appropriation be made for the purpose
Sporting Goods.
of enabling the University students,
Calloway & Co.
without discrimination,
with those
MOVEMENT ON FOR
8hoe 8tore.
Made
The Best $2.00
Special Shoe Co.
WOMAN'S BUILDING things purchased by this incidental
fee."
S. Basaett & Sons.
Call and inspect Our Big Line of Fall and Winter Tailoring
It is expected that the matter will
The Alumnae Club of the UniverShoe Repairing.
Chicago Quick Shoe Repairing.
sity has inaugurated a movement to be settled before the matriculation of
secure an appropriation of $100,000 students who enter at the beginning
Drugstore.
W. E. Stagg.
from the Legislature for the erection of the second semester. An attorney
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was consulted last fall when some of
Lexington Drug Co.
of a Woman's Building on the cam-1- ,
the appointees objected to the pay
pus.
Fayette Drug Co.
ment of the fee on the ground that the
Insurance.
The building will contain headquarters for the Home Economics Depart- statute provided that they should reJoe M. Robinson.
GRADDY-RYA- N
ment, the Y. W. C. A., the girls' gym- ceive all the privileges that the UniHotel.
nasium, and various other activities versity offered without charge, but
Phoenix Hotel.
INCORPORATED
the matter was dropped.
of the women of the University.
Tailors.
CLOTHING.
FURNISHINGS,
SHOES.
Another Important question which
Many of the most influential clubs
P. B. Robards.
HATS AND TAILORING
over the State have promised their co- came before tho committee was the
Railroads.
operation in securing this appropria- settlement of tho $3,500 deficit in the
Queen & Crescent
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operation of tho mess hall during tho
Printing.
tion, and tho Alumnae Club is very
year
optimistic over the prospect.
Welsh & Murray.
The committee recommended that
Fayette Drug Co.
a friendly suit bo filed, or the agreed
Show Good Taste in Xmas Gifts Miss Holladay's
Florist.
MISS HAMILTON
facts be submitted to a court to fix
Candy and Belle Meade Sweets are Unequaled
John A. Keller Co.
IN LOUISVILLE the responsibility between tho UniDentist.
versity or Mr. Wells, and the boys
J. T. Slaton.
Dean Anna J. Hamilton left today who had boarded at the mess.
Music.
Between the noon and afternoon ses- for Louisville, where she will address
Lexington College of Music.
ins of the trustees, the board was
the Alumnae Club.
Taxlcabs.
entertained at dinner by Governor
The Taxlcab Company.
Better Men's Store'
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Stanley at tho mansion.
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Miss Ginn is with tho Monrovia
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William tihlnnick
"Co ed"ltor
unpre
Rebecca Smith
Miss
Tho rivers made an almost
McClarty Harbison
Athletic Editor cedented rise the past week, but ad
Exchange Editor
J. R. Marsh
Wo note with approval that "Watch
vices from above glvo an assuranco
Parties" were held In various parts of
it the Ohio will come to a stand
Locals and Law Miss K. Mitchell. .. .Home Economics
J. T. Gooch
Harry Melton
Mechanical Herbert Graham
Fraternities today. Tho water Is now over the Kentucky on Now Year's eve. If wo
Mining Miss Anna L. Whitworth. . . .Sororities bottoms back of Main Street.
S. J. Caudill
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