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I mn; pun" K M· lr Zerfoss Ash-lt, ' M A    ··  WL—UW>m _"  `·' A N   A-
      lparrled on the prlgg wlth g mtg] of lllll ‘ ’ Erlanger John Rramlage. I 120·Yard Hurdles.
TO   ALUMNl]2T 1-A polnts, Lexington wg; ggqgnd llelllll ll l l lll ll l l4exlngton·-·Wllllam Prewltt, Joseph Lexlngton—-Pendleton Roberts, Gus
ace — .ex n on rs ·
....;.. lem, tgtdl lnd pdducdh .nd Sanford ' ‘ Morrls. Everett Elsey. Gay, Smith.
* S l fl ld. . ; K. M. .
Ofllcsra of Alumnl A••••IatI•r• Wlll flnlshed thlrd and fourth, wlth 18 and lllillllns llell "mnd I umd l·¤Wl‘*‘¤¢*>b¤l'I~W•|ll¢6 Wllll0¤· Al'ld9l'¤0¤ (?0ll¤lY—-Ell‘¤ SDBPFOW-
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lg ||"s•d Jam; ssh, pwlng 14, nespeetlvely, llll lllllllll ll l l lllll lll ll Tl l K. M. l.—.l. F. Graham, W. S. Gardner. Stanford—S. Embry, J. Embry.
Commencement Weak. That the meet was close ls evi- ll la ll. llyll el? lll ll: 3 lla n' S0mef‘set··B. Gooch. Somerset--H. Lowenthal.
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...- danced by the rgct that the winner of llc Sl lg on- ll llymnll lrct Paducah—W. Rhodes, G. Lehnhard. ·’udu<·ah--J. Wllhelm, F. Shaw.
*’•“°*• "*"• '•·“°" M°'"'•’ ’° *"•** the tnetvntnst medal, s. smsty, of l“;’ll’l‘lllll"““· :l‘:l"°’ll ll °l‘· ll"“'·lspr•n¤ne1¤-Allen sessttt. mvsre vt...et...
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• }lI“"°;'ny num;]. bgll se°r°l"ylJ‘ Dl Stanford, had a total of only ten polnts gl: lllllflllltliro lllllllllllllll Zllllllllllz ` g2g.y.,·d pnhl LexIngton—Waller Rodes. Roberts.
‘ lll“’;l‘l"ll‘l:"‘°"""l;ll7ll °ll“;“‘l;";l°" ° ent er 117, he belng the only msn to lllllllll lllllll ’ llllllllll lllll lll lll ll`1.ex1ngtnn—w11ns1n Prewltt, Joseph Andersen ¤¤¤¤¢v—-Wnllece Wllson-
l . lllllt; rlson. lll, an . . rown· wlll two flrst places. Slmmons, or Alllllll. Sllllllll Clll llll ll.Al llll lgllllll Mllllllll llllllllllll llllllllll Model High Schddll Hlchmdhd-R0b.
M' ’ er pm! em °f m° Alumni Rlchmond, was second, wlth nlne ' _ '_ pp pl ' M,nwpenceburl;—}»,,.,; vmghhl ert Simmons.
hnutzmvzzlthl  M:en`:mtmd Mr? °°“““’"‘ ragnngltfeegttzztzaztelsy e....n......"*"'""'”""“‘°"‘ "°'“’°"°· ”‘““'°'“"”· "’"""’· ·’· E""""·
ar a e ess ng or v ce pres- ·· _ _. _
llllllll ll ll lllllllllllll llllll lllll ll l No records were broken at the Mllllllllllll lllllll Mlllllllllll llllllllllllllll Rlm¢l'¤¤¢-H- I·¤W¢¤Ul•l-
mt ' " ° l°°° H°°1"" 1902* unlverslty and both Dr. W. L. Ander- y ', bltt. l’¤d¤¢¤h—S. Rosrk, F. Shaw.
Arthur I‘°°v°"h°‘"' 1898* md J°h" B‘ son and Professor C. P. Weaver, who Bark"` lSomerset—Herman Lowenthal. High Jumps
Hutchings, 1903, were suggested on the Releree—R. T. Hinton, Georgetown. · ‘
were instrumental ln carrylng lt out. Loulsvllle Male——CharIes Stoll. Lexlngton—Gus Gay, Thomas Vogue,
ballot from whlch two members will W Sl!"'¥€"··‘Cl'\ll¤¤» Y- M- C· A- l
_ ere dellghted wlth the success of the ladscah—Walter Rhodes, Spencer Arthur Smlth, J. Sldener.
bg gg|gc[gd to   [hg p|·cg· on the V llll ll The lll ll nl nd l ll J\|d§€B It Fhl|lh···PTOf. C. P. WOIV- R l
l lllllll lll lllcllllllll ll ll e u e. co es a s a vs - llll Slllllll Slllllllll Y M C Al lllllll oark, G. Lehnhard. Anderson County—0llle Hawklns, Ez-
Zfcm V; :l°ml;°C ’ llllll ll ‘ ‘ ors were entertained by the alumnl lll'll Gllllll Sl.lll` ```` ' ' K. M. l.-W. S. Gardner, J. F. Gra- ra Sparrow.
°n ln ' ‘ lmp W °°° t°"°° with slghtseelng trips over the clty, J` ` ' ` ham, R. N. Park. Stanford——C. E. Coleman, Harry Far-
gxpjrg nut montlhl ll lll ll l lll lllllllll ll wl lll ll Clerk-Dr. W. L. Anderson, State.
lllll an e c n a , , as g e A l Cl ll_B ll ll S l 44g.yd,.d pnhl mer, J. Embry, S. Embry.
e ballots wlll be returned to See- lll lllelll lllllllll Slllllllllllll lllllll lll ss stant er en ot , tate. . llllllllllll _ ll ll Sll l l ll l ll
retary Turner before June 9 on whlch Flsld J¤d8¢ll·—A- Roth. Bfltlvll. H- I Lexington _ Jomph MON"' P°gu°’ e 0 n Op wg" B p
' chapel by the Choral Club of the unl- pluck Otten.
date the annual election of offlcersllllllhllll !Sc0l¢. Gl‘¤bf¤|d¢l'. l"l‘¤ll¤l‘- ll lll ` T l llllllllllllllll Mlllll_Ell llllllll
will be held at State untverstty. ‘ Tlmer¤—R- T. Hlnwn. Geersetewnz ‘ "" °“ ‘ °‘ D'°°‘“°"· J· C` ‘ ‘
Nearly one hundred medals were Mdthdwsl Somerset-Ray Reid, E. Boute, C
Pyqlrgmg of the gygngg of cqm. DI'. J. J. TIQOTI, SLIM; LIGIIIEDBHI
lll l lll ll kl lll awarded. Three were glven ln each llllllllllllllllll Sala Some,-,€l-Ll,dhm·d Hdhdhl Edward Curtls.
°n°°m°n er mu °n ee °8° er event for flrst, second and thlrd places. ' ` pllhldl lsp.·tngt1e|d-A_ gobmtg
with a letter from President W. L. .l.h l S°°l'€*`—R· Mnchelh SUN- 5
• erwl l¤·llvl¤¤·l v¤l¤l vl¤¤¤r stentere-s. Embry e. Hume 1.n ssese Jump
Bronaugh have been sent out vvttn the 'l`e¤¤l¤ Releree¤—K· Zerlees. K. · ·   ·
me slvell · ¤¤l¤ ¤¤¢l wmen. mextngten-rnemss vogue v Meme
C ballots. Mr. Bronaugh urges, ln hls llllllllg lhll lllllnll lllllllhllll lll lllllllll Pllllllm. SUNG. ll Lo l z l ’ ‘ ‘
letter, the attendance of alumni at the l ll ll l lll l ll Inspector of Tennis — MBYh8Wl,1 ' °v“°_ w' i°'m“t°'· ;A"d*”"°“ C°““tY“Em°“· C"*h““·
"°°° ve “ C ‘mV °n' P wp ° ° S Sprlngfleld—Mannlng Slmms, Allen` Floyd Shely.
exercises ln June and their co-ope1-a- llllhllllll llllll yell To llll llllllllllllll tate. lll ll l D l l
llllll lll lll lllllllllllllllll lll ll gllelllllll llllllllllllllllllll ll lllllll llll wllll llll lllc The hlgh Schlllllll llhll lhllll, lllllrlllll llll lo lb tt,llll lxle Barlow.   Somerset—Ray Relhl, B. Gooch, H.
. llllll llllllllll lllllllllllllllll lll lhll llllhllc lllllllllllllg llllll llllllllclll, usvlle ale——Charles Stoll. l Lowenthal.
“m° “°h°°l "“`°° “m“· llvlllllll lllllllwl {Anderson County-—Wallace Wllson. lStanford—-C. E. Coleman.
  THE FRATSl TM '°°"° °f *h° dm°’°m high Dhlllhlllhlllllll Paducah—G. Lehnhard. Bellevue——Ralph Otten.
....... ¤¤l¤eel¤ l¤l=l¤s wl l¤ the ¤¤¤l¤ meel llllllllllllll llllllllll_ll_ ll_ Wlllllll _ll__ x. M. 1.-n. .4. Mecnn-e. Erlanger—I-Iarrls cneste.
’ Th° L‘mbd‘ L·mbd°' Ch°pt°r °f f°“°w’: J C Nllmlllll E H Chlllllll Rllhli Half-Mile Run. lRlchmond—Robert Slmmons.
Sigma Chi Fraternity of State UD}- Louisville MIIB, 27 1-5; LGXl¤8t0¤» Gllll Llalll bell I · I • ‘l.exlngton—.Iohn Drummy, Williams, Paducah—S. Roark, F. ShaW.
verslty, held lts annual banquet Sat- 19 1-5; Paducah, 18; Stanford, 14; ll l lll ll: l `lll lll ll L H Shlllllle Slll.lllghlllll_A Bllhlllll D Bulllw
ousv e ae- uo aus ne. ‘ ‘ · ·· ·
urday evening in the prlvate dlnlng Rlchmond, 9; Sprlngfleld, 6%; Ander· llllllllllgllllllllll lla; llllllllllll Allllll Ahdllrllllh C0llhll,_Rlllhlll.d Clllchllll Plllh vhlllll
"°°m °f uw Ph°°mx H°t°l· Wn C°““'·Y· 6 I'5? H°·"dm“b“'$· 57 Bllhhlllll ' Stahford-—W. Wood, L. Proctor. Lexlngton—Arthur Smith, Dawson
Dean F. Paul Anderson was toast- K. M. 1., 5; Bellevue, 41-5; Somerset, Sl l ll lll lll ll lll lll Hdhdvlle_L€wlll Zlllllmlllsllll. Call Lambert
an or — er nan a eny. · ·
llng rasponsas were made. The leadlng lndlvldual stars and llll l l lll ll llllll` .h.hlhgel.__Dll,l.ld Chdlllll wllllllllllly
x n on- vere e . ‘ ‘ ·
"0•i¤s i¤¢¤ ltlle Mlrl‘¤r-"—R- L- the scores they made were: llllllllllglllllll_lllllllllll l,lll_ll;l_l spr1ngt1e1t1—Msnn1ng Simms. semerset—·Merk converse.
_ Ehrlich. S. Embry. L0\l|¤VlU6. 10- Rulllllll Maysvllle—J. C. Mathews. Stanford—Stlth Neo, H. Shanks.
“P¢6|'l¤8 IMG the Cl’Y¤i¤l"··E- A- Sillllllllllll. Rl¢hm°¤d» 9- Slalllllll__Malllll llllhllllllll Anderson County—Rlchard Crutcher. Louisville Male—Ed. Bldel.
Bl*°¤’“m· Rh°d°’· P*d“c*h· 8- _slll_llllllllllll_wlllll Mcllllloy Somerset—Ray Reid, E. Gregory, J. Bellevue — John Shoptaugh, Ralph
"The Effect of a Fraternity on a Kimball, Loulsville, 8. |Sl l ll A ll ll lll   l Hldhlglll Ollell
_ . l ll ano1·—nna ..a en. ·
Mun un ‘D’· J- A- G°°d’°¤· J°p“n· L°“i"m°• 7- Isl l_l€lllllll_zlll_ll lllllllllllllllllllls Allhl Paducah—J. Wilhelm, H. Robertson. Erlanger—John Bramlage.
"Toast to the l‘rater¤lty"—WIlllam Following ls the summary of thel ' llll ’ lK_ M_ l___R A Mcchlld Rlchlllllllll___R Slmmllllll
eronymous. , ‘ ‘ ‘ · ·
Rodes. different events: I ·
ly; m R wm _ Mlle Run. Shot P t.
Orfgfnal Story—Herbert Graham. 100-yard Dash——Rhodes, Paducah;] HSV 8- um an u
l lll l Elddhgel-_Hhchdl Aged Lexlngton——Headley Shouse, Steven Anderson County—Paul Vaughn.
gl"'- lB°bbm' Spdninelm Prew n' ex ng`|Ll,,Hhgt0h_Ldcmd Bdhmdldl-_ Banahan, Charles Planck, Mathews. Stanford—C. E. Coleman, H. Farmer,
Mlm. Dim" su"' uw h°n°mry mn' Tlm°—'1 ' 'Hlddmddld..Evelyh Bodldrl Anderson County—Logan McKee. B. Hume.
• journallstlc fraternity of State Uni- 220-yard Dash-Smlth, Loulsvllle; W ll ll lll lllll Mllll llle llllylllllll€_ll E Dlclllllllll llllllllllllll ll llllllllgll
R 0 .; a 8 l · s s s _' s s
versity, gave a banquet the second of Male, Rhodes, Paducah, Simmons, llllalllll Slllllllllllll __ Glllllll Alllllllll Ellwllllll llllllllllllll_lll Gllllllll
""’ ’°°’· *“ “‘° ‘“""" '°°“‘ °' “‘° “*°‘““°""· '"“‘°_·23· L,,,l,,,g,l,,,_A,,,,, Bcl] N,,h_ nente. any sem, J. sttnnge, s. Psunesnt-xv. Rhodes.
Leonard Hotel Wednesday evening, 440-yard Dash—Joplln, Louisville l, l
M 19 Two new members Enoch Male- Morris Lexln ton· McClure Stanton — Lucmc Todd` Margaret Imgcryl ‘€xmgmn»-Mash, Downhm Bunn
(lull ‘ll ll ll l lll ll M'l llll ' l5ll :5 ' ’ Mdnsddldl Stant’ord—\V. Wood, H. Shanks. The entries ln the tennis singles
re ·¤' eputmun “ ° ° jour` ‘ ' ' uw"' ` ' welll Polntixathorine Ldrdl Stanford——S. Embry, J. Embry. were as follows: ‘
nallstlc work of the unlverslty, and 880·yard Run—Klmball, Loulsvllle lll lllll llll lllll llll_lllllglll__Dlllllll Clllllllll Slllllllllllll llllllll wlllllllllll
A ays O"*‘ B Bs ‘ _ ·
""‘ “°"’°'“· " J“"l:l"l"‘ "ll‘“ll‘“" “‘““· ll‘°"“°"· ‘*°"‘““‘°"·S S“‘“““·.1-1.1...,;....14...t.. w..,t...... my m¤ge—c-mn cnepmss. .t.1.1.....1-e.....g.. z...·..,.._
S°’°”°°· "°"° “"‘°' '“° '· ° *°“ Sl”’*”f °‘d· °“d G"°¤°"Y· °'“°"°*·¤Bllllllllhl_,hl__l_lllllllll Sl,ll,c,y_ Hsrutnenttrg-sterrts Klncheloe. K. M. 1.-.1. *1*. Graham, R. N. Park.
and °°r°m°¤l°· me num °v°mn" "°d‘ mm°_2'13 1`5‘ ivdl.sdlHell_Mdl.y Bmdkl l’aducah—J. Wilhelm, H. Robertson. Lexlngton—-Anderson, Trapp, Camp-
prevlous to the banquet. Mlle Run—Kincheloe, Hardlnsburg; Vl llll K ll l___C Gllllllls llllll
The local chapter is named the Hen- Kimball, Loulsvlle Male; McKee, An- lllllllll lllll Slllllll Fllllellllll __ __ _ ___ _
ry Watterson Chapter, fu honor of the derson County. Tlme—5:06. S lllllglllllll lllllllllillllll wlllllllll
| lh famous Louisville edltor, who ls an 120-yard Hurd1es—S. Embry. Stan- P g vllllll slllll ' WHERE AM | QQ|NQ?
honorary membor. ford; J. Embry, Stanford; Wllhelm, Sllllllllll_lllllll_glll_lll lllllll lllllllll llllllll T
Paducah. Time-:18. llllll A ' 0
220-yard Hurdles—S. Embry, Stan- ll lll lll Cl °
tsw sem. . . rm B- ·*¤·¤   CXlI'lgt0I1 fllg Olllp HY
\ford, Simmons, Richmond, Roark, Pa- lllllllllglllll_Dllvllllll Dlllcllcll at
lll ll d“°“h· Tim°-:27 1'5* Cynthlana ——— Gladys Rankin, Ruby  
°`m°"°°° uw B°°k C°mp°°y hn D"` ty; Caron, Louisville Male; Coleman, qllhlllnl
“°“‘°" ‘° "`° “" "°""""°"" ‘“ ‘   °*·····¤··*`°··y *·;· me WELSH & M U RRAY
glft to next year's Senlor student who lllllhu Cymm°‘m"R“by Cam"' Gledye Ru"`
shall attain the highest scholarship, llllllllll lllllllll_Slllllllllllll llllllllllllllll un' B°mi°° Vin H°°k and Hamm
‘“" ‘° "‘° “°"‘°' ‘“"“‘“‘ “‘° “"“° etnw p...1t.esn· Lowenthel somerset. mm, Ruby mw, Th0m“*Ren·   I    
honor ln each succeeding class, a full llllllllllllll_llllll ` ll lllal ' ` °k°r* H"°ld Ingles and ‘I‘ t" ua"' •
set of Cyc. with annotatlons, flfty vol- ` ¤¤*l¤¤¤~*¤·M·¤¤*¤¤ mma"' Alum lllcdllllldlddl
lllllllll lll lllll ,l.lllll llhlllll lllhll wlll Hlgh Jumpj-Wilhelm, Paducah. Bobbltt, Wllla Mclslroy and Martha
llllll lll lhll llllhll hlllllelll llll lh. College Gay, Lexington. and Joplin, Loulsvllle Mclntyre. .
lll lllllll llllll lll lll. hall llllll llllllll cllllll Malo, tled. Helght—l·‘lve feet three Maysville-Rea Ross, Ruth Willett, T • s
. llllllll lllll lll lllllll llllllhl hllhllhlllle lnches.   Carroll Mathews and Lucie Smith.        
A I and Shoptaugh. Bellevue, tled; Lam- *0*** l=ll¤ lell¤w¤=
      bert, Lexington; Otten. Bellevue;l 100-Yard Dash
1* Converse, Somerset; Hollis, Anderson Loulsvllle Male-—Charlea Stoll.     A  
ll (C9t1nu•d   Oli-) _ll County, and Smlth, Loulsvllle, tfed.lMaysvllle-—Charles Kerr.
. l fleld events on Stoll Field and ln these Haight-—Nlne feet elght lnches. Rlchtnond-—Robert Simmons. l   North ‘um“t°“c Ilexintton Ky
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the lads from Loulsvllle Male High Tennis Singles-Anderson, Lexlng·\Stanford —S. Embry, C. E. Coleman. I •
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