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The Kentucky Kernel
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

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LEXINGTON,

VOL. XV

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KYM

APRIL 17, 1926

MAY QUEEN
BE ELECTED

FRAT AND CLASS WIEMAN SELECTED
FOR DRUM MAJOR
TRACK STARS TO
Five Candidates Try Out For
Position
CLASH MONDAY

TO MEET

INDIANA

State Meet Will be Held
In Louisville This
Year

an
and an

WILL GREAT GAINS IN
MON.
UNIVERSITY
IN
Freshman Girls Will Not be
PAST FEW YEARS
Eligible for Honor

A. II. Wicmann was the successful
candidate for the position of drum
major of the university band in the
tryouts held on the campus in front
of the administration building on the
afternoon of April 3. The proceed
ings were judged by Captain
Taylor and the final selection made
by Captain Taylor and Colonel Hobbs.
Fvc candidates tried out for the
position. They were: Ted Creech,
Charles S. Milliken, R. S. Sauer,
After
Frank Brown, and Wiemann.
some deliberation by the j'udges, Wiemann was selected and will enter on
his new duties immediately.

Vanderbilt to Come on
April 25 for Only
Meet Here

No. 26

Towloa

Bickncll

Whitehead

OUTGOING

IBE

McVey Makes
Favorable Report to
Trustees

Doctor

The May Queen election will be
held next Monday, April 20, and the
queen will be chosen from the sophomore, junior or senior classes. Frcsh-mn- n
girls are not eligible. Only the
men students of the university will
be allowed to vote, including the
freshmen, and they are requested to
vote for six girls. The girl receiving
the highest number of votes will be
crowned the queen, the girl receiving
the second highest number of votes
will be the Maid of Honor nnd the
remaining four of the six highest
contestants will be the attendants to
the queen.
Ballot boxes will be placed in front
of the Administration building nnd
in Dicker Hall and the men students
mny vote any time Monday. No ballots which are not signed will be
counted.

EXPECTS

INCREASE

Art Department

Will

Have a New
Studio

Evidences that the University of
Kentucky is rapidly approaching n
place of distinction in the educational
track meet will bo held
Kelley
Morris
Hays
world were indicated by Dr. Frank L.
Stoll Stadium for the purpose of
in
McVey, president of the university, in
INCOMING
encouraging school spirit among the
his report before the quarterly meetclasses and also to unearth some unAs the Kernel was unable to procuro a cut of Mr. Estes new
ing of the board of trustees in the
'
known track luminary that needs this
his picture will be run later.
office of the president on April 7.
out about himself. An
meet to find
The head of the institution first
individual who wins first place in the Rodes K.
Will
pointed out the rapid increase of the
fciitiHrrri vnrd dash or in any other
SENIOR
BEGINS
Unievent will secure five point for his
student body by calling attention to
BEGIN
27TH WORK ON
nlnas. his collece. and his fraternity,
the fact that in 1918 there were 719
Vm ia n mnmber.
if
students registered in the university
will be a forerunner of
This meet
Upper Classmen to Wear Dis- J. A. Estes is New Editor-in- as candidates for degrees, while tonnn which is to be held here on
MAY 16TH
ON
tinctive Apparel
Oth- day there are 2,100. He also anticiChief
Doctor
Anril 25 with Vanderbilt. In the past,
Vnnrtv hns nut out some good track
pates an increase of 300 students at
on
no
teams, and this year should be col6
the opening of the
Plans have been completed for
session
Still Senior Week on the university campus With this issue of the Kernel, the
exception. This will be the only
next September.
new staff assumes its duties. At a
legiate meet that will be held on Stoll
Schedto be observed during the week beDoctor McVey took the improveFor thin reason
tfiA tViia
ginning April 27. At this time spe- meeting of the staff before the Easter
ule
much interest is being manifested by
AT BROWN ments at the university in the last
cial deference will be shown to the holidays, Arthur Morris, the newly
body at this early date.
the student
six years as an example of its growth
seniors, both in the residence halls elected managing editor appointed.
On May 2 Scwanee will furnish
by stating that in that time one coland sorority houses and on the cam- members of the news and reportorial
at Scwanee. Very little
nnnsition
Rodes K. Myers has been selected pus.
Will
staff.
lege has been added, that of Educanf tho ability of this team to represent the University of KenThe seniors, so as to be recognized,
J. A. Estes is
sue
ExAn
tion, and the departments of Art,
but sometimes an unknown product tucky in the Southern Oratorical con- are to wear certain distinctive cos- ceedmg Dwight L. Bicknell. Arthur
Bacteriology, Economics, Psychology,
causes the greatest havoc.
oratorical connext test and in the national California Fed- tumes, the girls will wear Kentucky Morris succeeds J. Sterling Towles
Indiana University will be the
sponsored by the
Music, and Hygiene, created in the
blue arm bands with the numeral '25 as managing editor. Joseph K. Hays
May 9. This test
eration of Better Citizenship. The on them, and the boys are to wear assumes his position as business man
college of Arts and Science, and the
will be an important meet from
At the meeting of the Kentucky
Southern Oratorical contest will be corduroy trousers.
Tho committee ager, taking the place of Kyle White
r.o.n1lint ns well as an athletic stand held in Lexington on May 16 while making the plans for the week con- head. Virginia Kelley takes the po Educational Association to be held department of University Extension.
n
n.,
will mark the first time the regional district tilt of the nafrom 22,006
sists of Clyde Gray, Joe K. Hays, sition of Frances Kane as news edi' in Louisville April 23, 24 and 25, the The Library
n Wildcat track team has crossed
university will be ably represented volumes to 02,000 volumes.
Doctor
tional contest will be held in Nash- Frances Smith, Lucille Bush, and tor.
Ohio River to engage a northern ville, Tenn., on May 22.
by President Frank L. McVey, who McVey stressed the improvements and
the
Rodes Myers. The week will end on
During the year 1924-2the Ker
On the succeeding Saturday
University, Vander- May Day when the different classes nei was a great success and was will speak on "Turning the Corner expanson necessary
rival.
Johns Hopkins
to keep up with
the 'cats will take part in the South- bilt University, and the University will be promoted and the seniors will classed with the best college papers in Kentucky;" C. C. Anderson, "The
Rating Card;" L. L. the increase in the student body from
Community
ern Conference meet at Sewanee.
of the South (Sewanee), Alabama, officially become U. K. alumni.
in the south. With the cooperation
The state meet will be held in North Carolina, Mississippi and KenMuch interest is being manifested of the new staff during the following Dantzler, "Sectioning English Stu- year to year.
T..;o,,iiin nn Mav 25. Until three tucky will be represented in the in the plans.
One of the important things ac- year the paper should be of the best, dents into Ability Groups;" M. E.
Ligon, "History and Progress of the omplished
weeks ago this" meet was scheduled Southern Oratorical League match.
at the meeting was the
Stoll Stadium, but the On this occasion Mr. Myers' subj'ect
Junior High School;" and Wm. S.
to be held in
be
Taylor, "Making a Curriculum to Fit decision to establish a School of Comclamors of Louisville could not the will be, "The Final Conscience of the
the Child," and "The Junior Cur- merce, which will be organized from
denied, thus changing the meet to
American People." A gold medal and
.
Kentucky metropolis, iasi yuui
riculum." Lexington officers of the the present department of which Dr.
a prize of $50.00 will be awarded to
E. A. are William S. Taylor, presi Edward Wiest is head. President Mctucky won this meet in a handy fnsn the winner. At Nashville Mr. Myers'
thej tonic will be, "John Marshall and
dent of the department of Normal Vey was authorized to proceed
ion, and from all indications
with
ronont this vear.
Schools and Teachers' Training In
The winner at
the Constitution."
Apstitutions, and chairman of the Re- organization of the new school.
Under the leadership of Coach
Nashville will be sent to California
Offers
An appropriation of $0,000 was
search Committee; Russell Hunt,
plegran ana uapuun ueuiB
to compete for the national champ- De
PflTlfl i dates have been show
One
Hock Shop
secretary of the department of Agri- made for the erection of a frame
ionshin and prizes totaling sb.uuu
improvement in the
and
and Anita Burnam, secretary studio building for the department of
culture;
The debating teams, both men's
ing a decided
taking
of the department of Home Eco Art. This building will face Winslow
last two weeks. The men are that women's, of tho university, face a
street and will be constructed west
nomics.
two weeks. As a member
advantage of the excellent track
strenuous
me
The university headquarters are to of the Romany theatre. The depart
By courtesy of the management of
Despite the many rumors concern
encircles the football ftem inprospects of the Pentangular League, the men's
The most promising
team will meet the University of Mis- the Lexington Herald, the students ing city "slickers," five of the senior be at the Brown Hotel, 'there a ment of Art, which now occupies the
out are: Brady, Woolf, Davis, uew sissippi at Lexington and the Univer of the department of Journalism of engineers succeeded in getting home placement service for teachers is to third floor of White Hall, will be re
Lindle, Mil sity of the South at Sewanee on Satbe maintained in charge of Professor moved in its entirety to the new
hurst, Dowden, Anglin,
.ton, Woodward and oreecn.
urday night, April 25. The proposi the university are to have one night in the second hand Ford which they M. E. Ligon. This year a unique building, so as to make space for
to represent their tion of both debates is "Uesoiveu, mat of practical experience in the field of bought in Buffalo, New York.
feature will be the University Exhibit, the expected increased students next
All men who wish
fraternity, college or class must see
According to the story of Robert which is to consist of a series of at September.
journalism when they will take over
SeveD)
(Continued on Pace
posters representing the vari
The yearly budget for the univer
Coach Applegran at once and regiscomplete supervision of the Herald. Giovannoli, one of the five daredevils, tractive
ous colleges and departments of the sity, consisting of salaries, of pro
ter their names and the events they
se the others being Ralph Boren, Fred university.
A picked number of students,
fessors, heads of departments, etc.,
wish to enter.
"
lected by Professor Grehan, will man Chappel, "Buck" Hedden and J. F,
Thursday at noon Mr. Patrick will was read by tho president.
Tho schedule:
Lexington. TO
Stevens, they had intended "motoring" hold a luncheon for the extension
the desks of the regular employees
April 25 Vanderbilt at
Sewanee.
for this nieht. These students will in the day time and stopping at night, workers and Thursday evening at six
jlay 2 Sewanee atBloomington.
university banquet will
read, and headline copy, and but after they got the Ford started o'clock
May 9 Indiana at
Thirty-Thre- e
to Leave Monday write,have complete charge of all of they were afraid to stop. The entire be given the the Brown Hotel. Those
will
at
May 1C Southern Conference Meet
on Annual Tour
the departments of the publication trip was made in two days, three in who have been asked to speak at the
at Sewanee.
ner tubes and nine dollars.
except the mechanical department.
banquet are : Governor Fields, Dr,
Mny 25 State Meet at Louisville.
Their itinerary was Buffalo, Erie,
Lena uuL. McVey, and
This opportunity comes to the do
Girls
Thirty-thre- e
members of the j'unior partment because of the interest that Pa., Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati Frank Leidenger, sister Mrs. Captain C. Seven
of
class in the college of Engineering Desha Breckenridge, editor ot tne nnd Lexington. Mr. Giovannoli said houn
in
C. Calhoun, who is an alumnus of
will leave Monday morning on the
university and a member of tho
Herald, has in this department of the trip was devoid of excitement with
thirteenth annual inspection trip of the college, and he is planning to en the exception of heavy fogs encount the
State Board of Education.
period of five
plants in Ohio for a
daily circulation by 300 ered in southern Ohio. He neglected
the
days. This trip is to be conducted larco so as to put tho work of the to stato whether the fogs were gen
CLASSIFIED The names of the 15 girls, nine of
by Professors. R. D. Hawkins, E. A. copiesand women in the department of eral or not.
men
the university,
are students
Bureau, J. R.
Will don Thurman. Johnson and Mr. Gor- Journalism before the people of the In the party was one of the monk BY KY. COMMITTEE whom are candidates atfor "Miss Lexwho
eys from the engineering college,
state.
Georgeington," were announced this week.
Tho leading manufacturing plants
to take charge which was christened William Jen
Tho contest, promoted by the Ameri
including the Le Blond Machine Tool nf Editors appointed follows: J. A nings Bryan at one of the parties entho work are as
Four Different Classes on Uni can Legion, began April C nnd will
Playing
Comnnnv. the United States
countered on the trip. Mr. Bryan
Estes. managing editor;
versity Campus
close April 25.
Card Company; Baldwin Piano Com "Simn" Towles, night editor; Dwight was noncommital.
Along with the popularity contest,
Rolling Wills uom Sterling
Tho car is a rakish eastern model
lay-osimrnrfl who are coiner to take part pany, American
and make-uNational Cash Register Com L. Bicknell,
the Legion has entered to raise funds
"The Messiah," which is to be nanv. McCook Field and the General editor: Frances Kane, state editor and lias attracted much attention at
on classification of
in
The committee
for tho purpose of equipping some
composed of Dean C. R permanent
presented n the basketball building pany,
K. Hoover. Euereno B. Moore and tho university, where it is on exhiinstitution for the Boy
Motors Research Corporation, are to Travis Oliver, sports editors; Arthur bition. Experts who are familiar fraternities,
of the university on tho night of April ho inspected.
Melcher. chairman, Dean Blantiing Scout troops of Lexington. The Post
m undir the nusnices of Phi Mu
with automobiles, of this type have Professor J. C. Jones, Professor E. F,
Morris, telegraph editor; Ted
will bring Nat Reiss shows here for
Tho members of tho party who will
Alpha, national musical fraternity,
Elizabeth Lilleston and nronounced it the most daring de Farouhar. and Charles T. Hughes tho week of April 20.
are: E. E. Abbott, R.
rehearsed at tho basketball building muke the trip E. Alberts, S. V. Baker, Amanda Gordon, city editors; Virginia parturo from conventional lines they recommends that these organizations
Tho winner of the title "Miss LexF. Adams, C.
last Monday night for the first time. R. T. Bullock. J. II. Butler, W. W. Kelley and Edith Minnehan, society have ever seen. But despito its un bo classified in accordance with tho ington" will be crowned at the reguGreen, usual lines it is said to have a motor classification of Banta's UreeK r.x
Approximately one hundred and sixty
Pay, S. C. Ewlng, U. editors; Helen King, Frances
lar coronation exercises and a costly
Daniel, Cortez
Wells, and Mary F. developing up to 23 horsepower. It chanire.
members or tho cnorus were
V. D. Florence, I. Gold-be- Edna Lewis
diamond ring will be uwarded her.
is tacitly recog
Some of tho important choruses of A. Farrant, Hmrod, E. V. Kesheimer, Campbell, proof readers. The report- will probably be displayed at tho Paris
This classification
Tho candidates in the contest at
H.
Salon this May.
not yot been appointed.
by the Interfraternity Confer present aro: Misses Marjorie Ford,
the oratorio were rehearsed then to R. B. R.
nlzed
Lallev. R. 0. Molloy, T. C. Mar ers have
round them in shape for tho complete
ence and it is:
Morris, D. A. Newton, T.
Lurlenc Rronnugh, Etta Smith, MarNOTICE
rehearsal next Monday night, when shall, E. P. Mrs. T. II. Oliver, J. W.
1. Collegiate Fruteriiities aro the garet Gormley, Jane
NOTICE, KERNEL STAFF!
Earl Middleton,
Oliver,
the orchestra will be present to take-' II.
fraternities which maintain house Anna L. Wise, Helen Ilifr., Helen
0. Petree, C. C. Rice, P.
part. A number of singers were ab- O'Nan. B. L. B. Russell, A. Simpson,
There will be a meeting of the Kercall at tho Ul and which we have been designing as James, Catherine Brewer,
Martha
Students will please
sent due to the Easter holidays. How- W. Rusch,
ut the fifth hour tomorrow versity Post Olllco and receive u copy social fraternities.
Headley, Betty Powell Rodes, Helen
people were J. R. Smith, E. W. Walters, T. u nel staff
Everyever, several
Webb.
C. Williamson, W. M in Professor Grchun'u room.
Blue and Eula
(Continued on Puee Flight)
present, who will participate in the Whito, Jr., R. L. Woods.
of the Student Directory,
one on the stuff please be present.
Witty, and II.
presentation.
Monday

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afternoon

inter-clas-

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SO. ORATORICAL
CONTEST WILL BE
HELD AT U. OF K.

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Represent the
versity

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ON PROGRAM AT

WEEK WILL NEW STAFF
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KERNEL K. E. A. MEETING

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the
Program

Debating Teams
Face a Hard

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JUNIOR ENGINEERS
INSPECT PLANTS

CANDIDATES FOR
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KENTUCKY KERNEL

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Alumni fane
Editor

Alumni Secretary

KENTUCKY'S

R. O. T. O.

In the placing of the name of Kentucky first on the new Georgia
Stadium the R O. T. C. of the University of Kentucky has brought honor
Every
to Kentucky, to the Univorsity and to tho Military department.
Kdntnckylnn who seos this, npd they will bo many, will experience a thought
of nrido at "Kentucky" First. Our It. O. T. C. was the first unit in tho
'United Stntcs to report on its quota, and Unit, the alumni of "Kentucky'
congratulate you.
OUR FORMER SECRETARY
The last Issue of tho Kernel nnnounccs the appointment of Hcrbcr
as editor of the Souch Shore Press nnd the Dnldwln Record, su
burban publication of New York City. Tho South Shore Press was purchased
by Colonel Lloyd C. Grlscom, former diplomatic representative to Englnnd
who proposes to make this the dominant newspaper of Long Island.
Probably In no other nlumnus of tho University of Kentucky do tho
ntnmiit ccnnrnllv feel moro interest than in Herbert Graham. As their
secretary ho united them permanently In tho Alumni
first nnd only full-tim- e
Association of the University of Kentucky. He organized more than thirty
alumni clubs, and it was largely becnuse these organizations, that tho cam
pnlgn, In which he had so prominent n part, for the Grcnter Kentucky fund
was successful. During his administration tho membership grew from lass
than n hundred to approximately 1.200 and the plan of sending a combined
student nnd alumni publication wns decided upon and the number nnd
satisfaction of alumni members has proved tho wisdom of this arrangement
A system of records wns built up from almost nothing to a most complete
and comprehensive point.
Therefore, with our congratulations go nlso our hope and confidence
of success.
Grahnm

"At th0 ,ftst luncheon eighteen were
present,
mats not ciiuiikh. num
havo more next time. Tlioso present
CLASS PERSONALS
were: A. II. Voolckcr, Kentucky Actu
Bureau; Walter Cowdcr, Jr., He
rial
tnll Credit Company; J. Dol Dinning,
building
'77
nttorney, HOC
Ballnrd P. Ward, who has for many
Ralph It. Morgan, Northwestern Mu
tual Life Insurance Company; E. F. years hnd an unbroken nctivc membership record in the Alumni AsSchlmpclcr, L. W. Hancock Company;
sociation, if n farmer nnd stockman
Kd R. Oregg, nrchltcct, M7 Crutchor
nt R. V. D. 1, Rural Retreat, Vn. He
and Starks; W. M. Smock, president married Miss Snllie M. Wilson April
Metal
Ware Company; 15, 1800. They have one child, Mrs.
American
David P. Campbell, Secretary, Lewis Ross Ward Koosling.
Implement nnd Seed Company; Geo.
'81
H, Akin, Kentucky Acturlal bureau;
Clnrcnce S. Graves is in the Mar
Stuart K. Neff, Euro Shirt Company;
W. S. Hamilton, attorney, G04 Lincoln kcting Department of the Lexington
He lives nt 125
building; S. J. Rldd, American Crco Laundry Company.
sotlng Company; Elsie Luton, Ather East High street.
ton High School; It. W. Saucr, Engl ANNUAL DUES AND SUBSCRII
necr, City Hall; H. W. Hagnn, 202
TION TO THE KERNEL $2
building; Deri Hoyd,
l
Belknap Hardware nnd Manufacturing
'87
Company; Jennie White Frclolt, In
Kcrncy L. Hifncr is a contractor
Life Insurnnco Compnny, nnd builder nt Lake Worth, Fla
nnd N. Gray Hochcster, manager,
Courier-Journa-

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Drown building.

U. L. Clnrdy is teaching nt the
Indinn School, White River, Ariz.

p. m ball
"Remember April 23,
room, Drown hotel. Regular banquet
'92
of tho Kentucky alumni from nil over
Mrs. C. T. Downing, formerly Miss
Make your reservations Irene L. Hunt, is living nt Nicliolns
the State.
now. Quito a number havo already ville, Ky., R. F. D. 4.
done so.
Butler T. Southgatc is now living
nt 270 North Stone avenue, Tucson
"Our Special Feature committee Arizona.
Saturday is Morgan Hamilton, Camp'93
bell and Gregg. All specials aro to
John I. Bryan is captain of tho U
their credit.
S. Revenue Cutter Service, New York
City.
He should be addressed care
crowd Saturday will bo gotten of Coast Guard Office.
"Our
Mr. Bryan
com- lives at the St. Marks Apartments
out bythe Rooster committee
LOOKING BACKWARD AND FORWARD
posed of Wntson, Schlmpeler, RIdd
'98
Much remains to be done," Dr. Frank L. McVey, president of tho and Miss Luten. Here's hoping that
Robert B. Hnmilton, attorney for
University, asserts In his quarterly report to tho Doard of Trustees Just the crowd growa from time to time
American Surety Company of
until we will have to have tho ball the
made public, "butrreal foundations have been laid."
New York City, lives at 107 South
Part of tho report follows: "May I begin with the growth in tho stu room.
Fullerton nvenue, Montclair, N. J,
university, as
dent body? In 1918 there were 719 students registered in tho
Those that have signed up and paid
'00
candidates for degrees. There were In addition 572 in various other courses,
Arthur V. Lester is a member of
and the summer session a total of 1,272. Today there are 2,100 students their dues to both the local club and
registered as candidates for degrees and 1,500 more in other courses and the Alumni Association are: Watson, the Industrial Building Company, 757
the summer session, a total of 3.C00. Of this number 75 arc graduate Rochester, Akin, Hamilton, Crowder, Riebold buildng, Dayton, Ohio. Mr,
Howard, Boyd, Hagan, Sauer, Luten, Lester, who received his C. E. in '1G
students.
Gregg, Rldd, was a member of the Stadium Build
Campbell,
"During the same eriod the Instructional staff has grown from 109 to Schlmpeler,
, ing Committee.
added, that of education, and departments of Carpenter, Freihelt, Neff, Grady, Spey-er1C8. One college has been
Morgan, Cambron, Arthur
music, hygiene, created In the
iinn.tprinlnrv. economics, nsycholocy.
nrt
ALUMNI DUES AND SUBSCRIP
Edith Grabfelder, Earl
College of Arts and Sciences and the department of university extension
TION TO THE KERNEL $2
Robert Bamber and Mrs. RobTho library has grown from 22,000 volumes to 02,000.
ALUMNI DIRECTORY IS
Bamber.
"In the period from 1917 to 1925 the legislature made one, appropriation ert
INCLUDED
of 5150,000 for the erection of a dormitory for men. Nevertheless, out of
"The dues are only 2 to the Assothe income of the university and with tho help of alumni and friends In the
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case of the men's gymnasium, five more buildings have neen erected ciation and 25c to the local club. This
Nicholas H. Ellis is a physician and
are the president's house, stock judging paviljon, engineering shop, entitles you to the Kernel for one year health officer of Grant county, Ky
These
directory. Surely He lives at Williamstown.
Through the help and the alumni
the new chemistry building,- - and the new gymnasium.
of the Greater Kentucky fund a new stadium was built on the athletic everyone In Louisville will join now.
'03
field at a cost of $120,000. The buildings in 1917 were in bad iepair, since
"Postcards, stationery and stamps
Miss Lucy J. Higgins, Latin in
pipes and wiring needed complete restoration. Since then Neville Hall and
White Hall have been overhauled and rearranged, new boilers have been cost money. If you want to help a good structor in the Girls High School at
placed In four buildings and the heating system repaired. Much remains to cause along slip Mr. Bamber a dona- Louisville, is now living at 1509 Hep
burn avenue, Louisville.
tion now and then.
be done, but real foundations have been laid.
John B. Hutchings Jr., 78 Patter
is an
"Anyone wanting to join can do so son avenue, Asheville, N. C,
THE UNIVERSITY'S PROGRESS
engineer and architect with Charles
by mailing a check to Robert Bamber,
E. Waddell, construction engineer of
The quarterly report of Dr. Frank L. McVey, president of the University Treasurer, 1301 Starks building.
that city.
of Kentucky shows that the income of the university has in the past eight
"Don't forget to reserve your seats
'04
years failed very decidedly to keep pace with the increase in tho number of
Harry R. Coleman is an engineer
for the Great Banquet, April 23.
students. It may bo added that the income eight years ago for the number
with the Illinois Steen Company of
of students. It may be added that the income eight years ago for the num
'Bring somebody with you Saturday, Chicago, 111. His residence address
of students then served by the university was nothing to brag about
ber
We can have the largest
luncheon is 7428 Coles avenue.
Nevertheless, It may be said with little fear of contradiction that despite
funds the university in club in Louisville if each one will
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the extremely embarrassing handicap of limited
bring someone else each time.
Charles A. Bickel, 106 Washington
other ways has progressed in keeping with the growth in the number of
avenue, Oakmont, Pa., is now electric
Its students.
"Don't forget Saturday, April 4, 1:15 and mechanical engineer with the Iron
"Dr. McVey has promised in his next quarterly report to be submitted p.
m
private ulning room, Brown City Sand and Gravel Company of
In June to the Board of Trustees to outline the achievements of the uni
Pittsburgh.
hotel, regular meeting."
verslty. A splendid chronicle of accomplishment may be awaited with
Chastain W. Haynes is a flourspar
pleasure by the citizens of the state, for while tho allowance given to the
mine operator at Marion, Ky.
university may be small, The Herald has no doubts as to the interest and
sympathy of the commonwealth in its chief Institution of learning.
MAKE YOUR PLANS TO RETURN
"The figures given by Dr. McVey merely substantiate statistically what
TO THE CAMPUS FOR REUNION
knowledge In Kentucky concerning the state's failure to
already is common
OF YOUR CLASS THIS COMprovide adequately for the university. Since 1918, when there were 719
MENCEMENT
2,100 students reg'
students, the institution has grown until there are now
istered as candidates for degrees. Approximately 1,500 more are enrolled In
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"Get-TogethHenry B. Darling is general man
the various special courses. The student body has Increased 193 percent
ager of the International Distribut
while the income has increased only 82 percent. There Is also a great need
ing Company at Atlanta, Ga. He
for a building program, which cannot be carrlous out without funds. The
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should be addressed P. O. Box 1128
recent additions to tho university's plants have been mado largely through
nubile contributions or largo donations. The memorial, stadium and basket- '07
Announcements of the annual din
linn auditorium funds aro among these. Gifts Include the Robinson and
James T. Madison is with District
of the Chicago alumni club No. 9 of the Road and Bridge Com
Princeton tracts and the Miller lots.
"If the University had relied upon state funds, it would have been In a wore mailed to all alumni and for pany. He is now at Lakeland, Fla.,
much worse position, but Individuals are more keenly responsible to tho mer students in Chicago, March 31, where he will remain for about
year on a forty-mil- e
highway project.
nnlvprsitv's needs than are general assemblies. When legislative lethargy
and a number of reservations have He is living at 825 East Lime street.
ends, a wonderful era will begin."
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been received by the Secretary, N. E
Philpot, Room 818, llo South Dear
M. Howerton is owner of
Thomas
bom street. If you have neglected
CALENDAR
sending In your reservation send it the Howerton Engineering Company,
Asheville, N. C. Ho married Miss
at once, as it Is necessary to make
Chicago, April 20. (Third Monday
arrangements with the hotel manugo Patty Weakley November 28, 1911.
Regular) luncheon at Field's
ment in advance, ana although "ovory
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Grill.
one Is expected wo must know Just
Lawrence E. Brown, engineer and
how many are coming."
manuger of the Argentine and Brazil
Make
Detroit, April 21. (Last Frida- yto bo Petree and Dorr Engineers, Inc.
This informal dinner-dancRegular) dinner at Dxieland Inn.
U.
sends us ?G "ulumn dues and sub
held at 7:00 p. m. sharp, April 25
Chicago. April 25. Annual Dinner
at the Terrace Gardens, Morrison scription to tho Kernel," to bo sent
Hotel, Madison and Clarks streets, is to Rau do Rosario 89, Rio do Jenorlo
Dance, 7:00 p. m., Terrace Gar
expected to equal in enjoyment those Brazil, S. A.
dens, Morrison Hotel, Madison
Louisville has taken another dofl recently held in Butfulo und Now
and Clark Streets.
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nito stop in building up a strong local York. It Is tho big event of the your
Harry D. Easton, until recently on
Philadelphia, May 2 (First Satfor tho Chicugo club. Tho uunouuco the "lost list," has offices at 304 Ar
club In tho mailing out to all alumni
urday Regular) luncheon
at
speaks of it as follows: "This dis building, Shrcveport, La., accord'
and former students tho following, ment
Engineers' Club, 1317 Spruce
promises to bo tho best party wo ing to advice recently received from
which was received from 0. V. Wat-bo- havo hud
for a louir tlmo and it Is James II. Gardner, secretary of the
Street.
too lato to apponr in tho March hoped you will bo
able to attend. Tho Cluss of '04.
Satur-urda- y
Louisville, May 2. (First
3 issue of tho Kernel. It is mimeoprice is right, tho tlmo in convenient,
Regular) luncheon
at graphed and in the form of a small tho place is ldeul, there will bo good
MEET ME AT K. E. A. NEXT
1:15, Drown hotel.
bulletin.
WEEK SEE YOU AT THE U.
food, splendid dance orchestra and
THE LOUISVILLE ALUMNI OF THE and everything to mako it u worth
OF K. BANQUET THURSDAY
Buffalo, May 9. (Second Satur
UNVERSITY
OF
NIGHT
KENTUCKY while
If YOU aro
day Regular) luncheon,
1:15
MEETS THE FIRST SATURDAY IN there."
p.
Chamber of Commerce,
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EACH MONTH AT 1:15 P. M. IN THE
corner Main and Seneca streets.
If there is any further information
James L. Edelen is now living at
PRIVATE DINING ROOM OF THE you desire, call Mr. Philpot
but bo Apartment 11, 2900 Cass avenue, DeBROWN HOTEL. LUNCHEON f 1.00. sure and make your
reservation NOW, troit, Mchigan.
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CHICAGO
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PLANS
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At Terrace Gardens
April
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LOUISVILLE SENDS
00T A BULLETIN
Alumni
Plans for
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K. Gregory is now mech
anical engineer with the Reed Air
Filter Company, Louisville, Ky. Ho
is living nt Anchorngc, Ky.'
William

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PLANS FOR K. E. A.
BEING PERFECTED
University Male Quartet to Broadcast
Thurs. Night

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Angus N. Gordon, who received his
on
B. S. in Agriculture in '1G is nt the
Presbyterian Seminary, Louisville
Ky., this year.
Robert A. Norris has recently nc
Finishing to