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The Kentucky Kernel









No. 10




Southerners Lose Hard Fought
Battle on Wet and Muddy




Four Pages Given to Military
Department in Place of




Pribble, Hollowell, Fuller,
Make Last Appearance

President May Be Asked to Intercede With Staff of 1923



On Home Ground.


Making their last local appearance
for tlie nrcsent season, the Wildcat
eleven forced the famed Crimson Tide,
conquerors of Pennsylvania, to take
count last Sat- the short end of a
urday, in a game which was, despite
the muddy condition of the field, replete with spectacular plays that kept
the result n douht until the final whistle sounded.
The contest was the last local appearance of Colpitts, Fuller, Hollo-wel- l,
Fest, and Captain Pribble in the
Blue and White and each any every
one of the five played a game that
was a fitting close to their gridiron
career on Stoll Field.
The first half of the game was a
punting duel between Fuller of the
Cats and Bartlett of Alabama, with
the honors about even. The oval was
in Alabama
most of the
first two periods, but the Cats were
never within striking distance of the
goal. In the third quarter the Cats
started a march from their own 40
yard marker, and coupling two passes,
Fuller to Sanders and Gregg to Colpitts, each good for about 15 yards,
with line plunges by Sanders the Cats
worked the oval to their own eight
yard mark. Fuller then went off ieft
tarkle for the only score of the contest. Fuller missed the try for goal.
Immediately after the Kentucky
score, Alabama opened up a passing
attack that netted her considerable
yardage and enabled her to threaten
the Blue and White goal line twice,
but was unable to make the required
yardage when it was needed and lost
the ball on downs. The Crimson attempted 22 passes and completed 10
of them for large gains.
The entire Cat team played one of
the best, if not the best game, that
have been witnessed on Stoll Field
for some time and it would prove exceedingly difficult to select an outstanding star for Kentucky. But if
one is picked Curtis Sanders, at full
is undoubtedly the one to be selected.
"Sandy" gained yard after yard thru
the Crimson line and was largely responsible for puttng the Cats in a position to score. He was the main cog
in the defense, making a large number of the tackles, even on the line
of scrimmage, and showing considerable knowledge in the art of grounding enemy passes. Captain Pribble
backed up the line in excellent form
and aided in the pass defense against
Alabama forwards.
the numerous
Bruce Fuller, next to Sanders, was
tlie principal ground gainer for the
Cats ami scored the only touchdown
of the game when he crossed the Crimson goal Hue with several Alabamiaus
clinging to him. Dell Ramsey at left
tackle was a power on both the defense and offense and stopped practically everything that came his way.
Bartlett was the outstanding star
for the Crimson. His passing was
accurate, and with McCartee on the
receiving end, the Crimson gained

During the last week a petition has
been circulated among the members
of the Rattalion, for the signature of





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its members, asking the President to
intercede for them, with the staff of
the Kentuckian.
The Military De
partment has been given four pages in
the 1923 annual in place of the eight
they received last year and in previous
The petition was signed by all the
members of the Battalion.
The petition follows:
We, the undersigned members of the
R. O. T. C. of the University of KenLeft to right bottom row: King, St evenson, Montgomery, Saner, Cisco, McFarland, Riffe. Top row, Tracy
tucky, respectfully submit the followHughes, Kirwan, Thams, Dabney Evans, Coach Webb.
ing petition to the President of the
University with thp rpnnnct that tin
consider the facts presented herewith
and exercise his good offices in an ef- GIRL SCOUT LEADER
TO ARRIVE THIS WEEK tort to secure tor the petitioners a of
and adequate allocation
space for featuring R. O. T. C. activi
Prominent Editors Speak at Banquet SOUTH TO BE DECIDED BY Will Begin Class in Leadership For ties m tne university Year book, The
.Following Ceremony
Girl Scouts.
tor wzz-wzThe issilp ha5 lippn rrpnfprl hv thn
Alpha Delta Sigma, men's honorkentuckian
ary journalistic fraternity, announces KITTENS AND RATS HERE
Miss Elizabeth Haney, director of announced the spaceof the
to reduce
devoted to R. O.
the Girl Scout Leadership Course, ar- T. C. affairs to one half that provided
the initiation of five new members:
Raymond Kirk, of Paintsville; F.H.
rives on the campus the latter part of in previous years. We regard this
Carter, of Somerset; .Eugene Moore, Gridiron Title at Stake in Game the week to conduct
the training decision as arbitrary and unfair.
Between Two Crack Frosh
of Covington; Dan Bowmar, of Verclasses to lie held on the campus be- which our the question ofdepends on
annual largely
ginning next Monday, under the man successful publication, might be serElevens
sailles, and Madison Caweiu, of Louisville.
agement of the Physical Training De iously compromised, should the manThe initiation which took
A large number of girls agement persist in its untenable poplace Tuesday evening, was followed WEBB'S MEN ARE READY partment.
sition against the
the collecby a banquet to which alumni of the
are expected to enroll for the classes tive membership wishes oflargest
of the
fraternity and a number of prominent Pigskin Tussle Expected to Be and derive the benefits of training in one of the most actve Departments
of the university.
leadership from them.
newspaper men in the state were inon
Hardest Fought Game
Tlie petitioners wish to emphasize
A meeting of the mothers of the
Stoll Field.
The members of the active chapter
students of the University of Ken and make clear at this point their position which is not to obtain additional
are John Whitaker, J. A. Estes,
The Wild Kittens will occupy the tucky was held in the Little Theatre space in the annual in spite of the
Bradley, L. B. Hall, Troy Per- center of the local sport spotlight with women facultv yesterday after large increase in the R. O. T. C. unit,
kins, Henry Taylor, Arthur Hodges, Saturday when they take the. field noon to discuss matters of common but to maintain that which by preHerbert Graham, national secretary, agains the University of Tennessee interest. A tea in the Rest Room cedent and tradition has heretofore
been readily granted.
We feel that
and Prof. Enoch Grehan.
Yearlings for a battle that should de- jiven by Dean Jewell followed
of the splendid
growth and increased interest manichampionship of
cide the Freshman
fested in our organization in recent
Coach Webb's charges
the South.
TO are in excellent condition for the fray DR. M'VEY HONORED BY years, that it stands today a vital factor in our university life and deserves
and can be expected to do their part
the loyal and generous support of
in the bringing of tlie southern title to STATE UNIVERSITY BODY the men in whose hands we have
intrusted the matter of publishing the
the Wildcat lair.
history of the University fo rthe year.
In submitting our case
Rats, as the Tennessee first
Transylvania Graduates, Faculty, termers are called, have no medicore Was Elected Head of American the attention to the followingwefacts:
(.a) Uur enrollment is the largest
University Seniors to Be
Body of State
eleven, and boast to their credit vicin history having exceeded six hunGuests
tories over many of the best Yearldred. Six hundred potential subscribing outfits in the southland,, including
ers want adequate space provided.
grad- a
(b) Our membership is recruited
A number of Transylvania
Frank L. McVey re2
win over the Vandy Frosli
victory over tlie Sewance turned Thursday night from Wash- and isevery college in the University
uates, faculty members and seniors and an
entirely representative of the
of the University have been invited outfit. The Vol youngsters have a ington, where he received tlie distin- stuuent uouy.
(c) We Drotest nir.iinst tho .irti'nn
heavy line and a comparatively heavy guished honor of election to the presto a dinner given by Lexington Alumof the management in reducing our
backfield. The backs are as fast as
ni Club tonight at six o'clock at the
idency of the American Association space at a tune that our enrollment
chain lightning and passers of great
Phoenix Hotel. The purpose is to ability. It will take all the Kittens of State Universities, the highest of- so (d) Our increases.
unit is making good. We
form a closer relationship between have in their system to stop the Rats, fice within the gift of those institu- have received the commendation of
inspectors and the corps area comthe two Universities and between the but the Green eleven has enough and tions.
President McVey's election repre- mander. We are advertising the Uni
Alumni Club and the senior students. will use it.
Dr. A. D. Harmon and President
The Kittens have a line that will av- sents a promotion in official rank
(e) It seems reasonably certain
Frank L. McVey will be the chief erage about 190 pounds and a back- from the office of secretary and treas that we will be Jnsnertpd fnr flUtm.
speakers on the program. Music for field with two men heavier than 180. urer of this organization, which he guished classification this year, in
correspondence bethe occasion is in charge of Prof. Carl
has held for several years. It is an view ot recentcorps
tween the 5th
area headquarters
(Continued on page 8.)
Lampert of the University.
honor that is rare, and by reason of and the head of our military departK
A feature of the dinner will be the
that fact the University of Kentucky ment. One of the points stressed by
is duly proud of the unique distinc- the General Staff Inspecting Hoard is
introduction of a number of seniors TURKEY DINNER
THANKSGIVING DAY tion a distinction that has never yet the supnort and
accordto the Alumni. A representative from
each of the men's and women's frabeen awarded without merit. This ed the R.a O. T. C. unit we the University as
whole. If
are to put
A turkey dinner will be served in
ternities has been asked to bring some
honor has been accorded only to the Kentucky in the distinguished college
educators of America, class, we must have the loyal support
senior student to the dinner, in order the Cafeteria dining rooms on Thanks- outstanding
to get acquainted with the members giving Day to university people who and the selection of Doctor McVey is of all campus organizations, including
arc not going to the
of the club.
but additional gratifying evidence of the Kentuckian.
(f) The proposed four pages is abgame. Faculty and students his outstanding promieuce in the field
It is hoped that at this dinner a
solutely insufficient to properly rep- are invited. Music while you eat.
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(Continued on page 8.)
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12:30 to 1:30. 50c a plate.

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Henry Pope, '05, died October 20,
after an illness of two years. He left
denoting a broad interest on the part a little son, Henry Dobbs Pope. Mr.
of alumni and a conclusion that the Pope had recently been connected with
the Kentucky Rock Asphalt Co., at
interests of the University arc
cident with the best interests of the Asphalt, Ky.

A lumni Secretary

Lexington, Nov. 24 Supper at
0 p. in., Phoenix Hotel, President
Transylvania College,
and President McVcy, speakers.
Transylvania alumni and members
of class of '23 invited.
Somerset, Dec.
meeting, dinner 6 p. in.
New York, Dec. 8 Dinner at
6:30 p. m., Harvard Club.
Buffalo, Dec. 9 (Second Satur- day Regular) luncheon at Ellicott



occasion of the celebration of their
Dr. Morgan is on
50th anniversary.
the staff of Columbia University, New
York City.

Alumni Notes



From New York City and from
Spain have come two epistles from
"the Kentucky
alumni describing
man." Attributes brought out in the
answers of the alumni to a questionnaire sent out several weeks ago in
the Kernel have sometimes described
the writer's ideal. In others they
were the pronouncement of an opinion formed from passionless 'analysis.
The concurrent ideas of these two
distant alumni may be summarized
briefly: "Kentucky men take what
they have and make it do the work."
The resourcefulness, daring and the
high moral courage that makes for the
success of the true son of "Kentucky"
is plainly pictured here.
Holding firm to a belief that the
University of Kentucky trains its men
and women so as to strengthen these
qualities, alumni everywhere have
spoken the word with such conviction
that more and more is the best type
of young manhood and young womanhood attracted to the University
from other states and countries as
well as all parts of Kentucky.
The University of Kentucky, as
such, is the youngest of the institutions for higher education in the state,
but it has far outstripped the rest. A
purpose to serve the whole state
characteristic of the alumni is typical
of the institution itself with its varied
curricula. Let the good work go on.

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Leading workers for other institu
tion have been invited to have a part
in the program of the local clubs and
in some instances their alumni have
been invited to joint meetings.
Lexington Alumni Club, in its ob
scrvancc of Kentucky Day, postponed
to November 24 on account of the
death of Dean W. T. Laffcrty, invited
alumni and faculty of Transylvania
College to attend in honor of their
president, Dr. A. D. Harmon, who
will be one of the- principal speakers
The New York club has inaugurated
a scries of monthly stag luncheons
with an address by Dean Hughes, of
the Harvard School of Engineering,
opening the scries.

Betwixt Us

"Enclosed find two dollars which
should have been sent much earlier.
Thank you for sending mc the Kernel
which I read with much interest."
H. D. Palmorc, Div. Eng'r, State
Highway Dept., Glasgow, Ky.
"Each week I look forward with
great deal of delight,
To receiving my Kernel and I read
every mite
From the items historic, athletic and
To the 'Squirrel
Organize in Somerset.
where everyone goes."
"The spirit moved, the S. O. S.
Miss Wallace Utterback,
was sent out and thirteen responded vate secretary, Lafayette Hotel, Lex
to the call and met at my home in ington, Ky.
Somerset Friday eve. No permanent
organization was perfected but tem'17
porary officers were selected to serve
Esco F. Ellzy was employed by the
until Friday, December first, when a
E. I. duPont dc Nemours Company
dinner will be served and a Kentucky
at Wilmington, Del., as research
Alumni Club formed. We expect to
chemist in 1920 and '21. Since Octo
start with a fairly good membership bcr, 1921, he has been manufacturing
as there was such good feeling manichemist with the National Aniline and
fested at the first
meetChemical Company, at 351 Abbott
ing." V. D. Roberts '05.
Road, Buffalo, N. Y. residence ad
dress, 298 Highland avenue.
They Prayed.
formerly field
John B. Hutson,
the humble opinion of the writ- agent
at Hopkinsville, is now assist
er, the banner displayed November 4,
ant professor of farm management,
'Let's make Centre pray,' was an un- College of Agriculture, University of
fortunate selection. To quote the Kentucky.
Kernel of Nov. 10, "The Colonels
came back into the game in the sec
ond half a new team and in sixteen
"Best wishes for 100 per cent mem
plays bucked over for a touchdown.'
'Let us keep alive the spirit of rev bership by Thanksgiving."
erence and devotion we had among Ringo, ex. Mr. Ringo, who is a lieu
the student body when Professor tenant, O. R. C, was at Camp Knox,
Roark was so deeply interested in the Ky., during the summer.
"Please see that the Kernel is mail
spiritual welfare of the students. Get
body to pray secretly ed to mc. Am glad to see that the
the student
each day, 'for the mind to be in them, boys arc displaying some good foot
which was also in Christ Jesus' and ball this year." E B. Fleming, 429
with this end in view, why not print Wick Ave., Youngstown, Ohio. Mr,
a verse from the 'Great Light,' the Fleming is with the Truscon
with the
He was formerly
Bible, each week. Let us begin with Co.
'The Lord is far from Stonega Coal & Coke Co., at Big
the wicked; but 'he heareth the prayer Stone Gap, Va.
of the righteous." H. H. '05.

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Chicagoians Change Plans
The Chicago club has departed from
its rule to have only monthly stag
luncheons and will have a more varied
program in deference to the alumnae
and the wives of members who have
indicated a strong desire to have a
definite part in their work.
Speakers from the faculty of the
Major Walter C. Gullion, ex, AdUniversity will be available in larger
numbers and more frequently for the jutant General's department, Fort
meetings of alumni clubs, especially Hamilton, N. Y., has been order to
Tien Tsin, as commander of the
in Kentucky.
American Expeditionary
Forces in

Alumni Influence is Seen in Favorable Stand of Press.
More frequent and complimentary
references to the University in newspapers of the state is attributed to the
influence of alumni on the staff of leading newspapers and the news services
and to the frequent communications
from alumni generally to the editors.
In the last few days the Alumni Secretary has received copies of a number
of letters addressed to editors in Kentucky and other states, emphasizing
the right of the University to greater
There is no other association of
alumni in Kentucky with as many
members or as many local clubs. Few
other institutions in the South have
an alumni body as active.


Fred Houston Shaw, '21, was a
visitor in the alumni office this week
en route to St. Louis, Mo., where he
will be connected with the Armstrong
Cork & Insulating Co., 204 So. Third
St. He has been with this company
ever since graduating, in their Pifts- burgh office.
Old friends
when Henry
David Kami
visit old and
campus. Mr.

last week
T. (Doc) Hardin and
ex, both of 14 mat to
new friends around the
Hardin was accompanied by his wife and his brother, Edvv.
K. Hardin '20. The Hardins are making a success in Evansville, Ind., senior and junior members of the law
firm of Hardin & Hardin.
Paul E.
Ashby, '22, is with them. "Doc" recently was elected commonwealth's
You Made it So.
attorney, first judicial district of InInterest of former students in The diana. Mr. Kahn is an oil operator,
Kernel and the Alumni page has 1157 Lafayette street, Denver, Colo.
trebled m the last three months. Ty
pical of this is the following note:
The wedding of Miss Mabel Claire
"The Alumni page is full of
Huston and William K. Adams was
and is more interesting
solemnized Thursday, November 16,
than whole wheat or rye." Marat the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
garet Tuttle, '19..
Nutter, on South Limestone street.
This new value and interest is at- Mr. Adams is a member of the class
tributed solely to the alumni, who, by of '18 and is connected with the Firetheir contributions have made it so. stone Tire and Rubber Company, of
Akron, O. After a short wedding trip
they will be at home at 791 Kenyon
street, Akron, Ohio.
Local Clubs Indicate Universality of
Dr. Thomas H. Morgan, '86, was
Programs of meetings for Alumni made an honorary member of the
Clubs have showed a marked change, Dutch Zoological Society upon the


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receiving the Kernel
issue ana wouia teei
to put in its appearI think within a short
while we will
have a McCracken
County Club going in full force and
this year intend to have 100 per cent
members in the Association, too. We
are overjoyed at the fact that Old
Kentucky is playing some real football this year. However, victorious
or in defeat, you can depend on West
Kentucky for her support always.
Yours for U. of K." Carl H. Denk-c5
City National
Bank Building, Paducah, Ky.
"From what I can pick up there are
quite a few Kentucky men and women
around Los Angeles. I expect to try
to get these people together and sec
if it is not possible to form another
alumni club with the name of Cali
fornia attached thereto. Hope every
thing is going fine and that our football team has a wonderful year." J.
E. McClcIlan, manager, Los Angeles
office, American Blower Co., 462, I.
BIdg., Los
W. Hcllman
Mr. McClelland was formerly
manager of the Denver office of this
"I have been
since tne nrst
lost if it failed
ance hereafter.


M. M,





"A letter from you the other day
reminded me that perhaps I had not
paid up for this year. I don't want
to miss anything that goes on round
that place, so here's my check for two
dollars whether it's dues or not. Let's
have every 'Kernel'
that's printed
this year."D. C. Ross, Calhoun, Ky.
W. D. Salmon is engaged in re
search work in Animal Husbandry
at the Alabama Experiment Station,
Auburn, Ala.
"I am instructing in Economics at

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The pledges of Alpha Gamma Del
ta Sorority will entertain with a tea
dance Friday aftcrnoqn from 3:30
to 6:00 in honor of the members of the
active chapter and alumnae of the

Messrs. Gibbons Martin, Otis Jones,
Baylcss, John Whitakcr,
William King, R. H. Crogg, Marshall
Barnes, Hayncs Barr, Snccd Yacgcr,
James Shousc, William Tate, B. L.
The Eta Chapter of Delta Sigma Pribblc and Raymond Kirk.
Pi, professional fraternity in com
mcrcc, entertained their initiates with
Alumfrii Supper Friday
a dinner in the private dining room of
Lexington alumni of the University
the Phoenix Hotel Sunday evening at of Kentucky will hold an alumni supsix o'clock.
per Friday evening, Nov. 24, at 6:00
I he pledges arc: A. L. Atchison, o'clock in the palm room of the PhoeCalhoun, Ky.; Dan Baugh, London; nix Hotel in observance of Kentucky
Wayne Faust,
J. G. Day. The celebration was postponed
Gillum, Franklin; L. II. Hall, Morgan-fiel- from Saturday, November 11, because'
J. H. Johnson, Auburn; G. B. of the death of Judge W. T. Laffcrty,
Karl H. dean of the college of law. The uniRohs, Paris; and Lowell Truitt,
versity alumni invites alumni and faculty members of Transylvania to atActive chapter: Paul Cooper, Otis tend the supper which will be infor
L. Jones, B. B. Mann, T. C. Davidson, mal.
John Dahringer and T. R. Anderson.
members of the
The honorary members of the fra- graduating class of 1923 of the Uniternity are: Dr. Frank L. McVey and versity of Kentucky will be guests of
Professor Edward Wiest.
the adumni association at the supper.
Each of the fourteen men's Greek let
The date for the
dance ter fraternities and the six women's
by the men's fraternities of the Uni- - fraternities of the university will have
versity has been set for December 21, as their guests members of the senior
in the ball room of the Phoenix Hotel.1 class of the university.
Dr. Frank L. McVey, president of
A lovely courtesy to the men of the the University of Kentucky, and Mr.
Alabama football squad and its party, A. D. Harmon, president of Transylof visitors, was the theatre party with vania College, will be the principal
which the
Circle entertained speakers. Novelty stunts and musiFriday night at the Ada Meade thea- cal numbers directed by Professor
Carl Lampert will be given.
tre to see "The Thirteenth Chair."





A lovely party of Tuesday was the Meeting of the White Mathematics
tea with which Miss Frances Jewell
The regular
meeting of
entertained in courtesy to the mothers
of all women students who live in the White Mathematics Club was held
in the Physics building at 3:45 p. m.,
November 16. Minnie
Benton Peterson spoke on "Descart's
Mr. Swisher's Afternoon Tea.
Rule of Signs" and H. M. Bobley
Mr. Allen Swisher and Mr. Carol M.
spoke on "Sturm's Theorem."
Sax entertained with the first of a
series of afternoon teas Friday in the
art studio of the University of Kentucky in delightful compliment to Mr.
Edward Cebrian, of San Francisco,
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and Senor Julio Jorrin, of Cuba.
The studio was charmingly decorat- the University of Illinois. There are
ed with batik panels and lighted with several Kentucky men here, including
white candles in brass holders. Mrs. Nelson S. Conkwright '22 and GarSamuel B. Walton poured tea and land Davis '21. Please send the KerMisses Anne Callihan and Belle Bates nel." F. W. Tuttle, 905 West Nevada
assisted in entertaining.
St., Urbana, 111.
Among the guests were: Mrs. Matt
George C. Bauer is an instructor
Savage Walton, Misses Kathleen
in Inorganic Chemistry at the A. &
Frances Jewell, Elizabeth
M. College of Texas, College Station,
Eleanor Morse, Mary Lyons, Tex., Box 143.
Mary Anne Dunn,
Mabel Pollitt,
"Here are my dues. Please see that
Messrs. Leonard
Sutcliffe, Edward the Kernel is started at once." Junius
Cebrian, Julio Jorrin, Trqy Perkins Lewis,
and Thomas Fennell.
Graded School, Cadiz, Ky.
Pi Kappa Alpha Entertain
"Enclose check for two dollars, for
Omega chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha which please renew my membership
entertained delightfully in honor of in the Alumni Association and send
their pledges on Saturday evening. me the Kernel quick!" Jos. Gayle,
The chapter house was attractively with E. Rauh & Sons Fertilizer Co.,
decorated in the fraternity colors, gar- address 2039 Central Ave., Indiananet and gold. Fruit frappe was served polis, Ind.
during the evening.
"Am still railroading in Texas. Hope
The pledges in whose honor the to have a vacation and get home
dance was given are: Richard Lambert, sometime before Christmas. Glad to
Harold Stenken, Aubrey Keeeny, Stan- hear of such a large student body this
ley Courtney, A. V. Conway, Aaron year. Don't fail to let me hear everyAshbrook, Bertram Helck, John Von thing that goes on, in and about the
Grunigen, Robert Montgomery, Rob- University all news is welcome."
ert Samuels, Wilson Alsop, Orie Win. F. Marshall, Div. Eng'rs office,
Thomas, Miller Akers and John Ed G. C. & S. F. Railway, Temple, Tex.
W. R. Campbell died after a lingerThe hosts were: Messrs Carl Lipe ing illness at the residence of his parCharles Foley, James Reed, Maurice ent in Lexington-- Nov. 6. He was
Black, Lowell Truitt,, Walter Ferr
one of the most popular men of his
son, Wickliffe Moore, Jasper Reed class and was beloved by a large cirMcClure, Sidney B. Neal, Robert L. cle of friends.
Sanders, R. A. Sanders, John Bridge-maR. W. Rowlings, Hubbard Hood,
Albert Chandler.
"There are quite a bunch of KenThe dance was chaperoned by tucky men in this part of the country
Prof, and Mrs. A. C. Zembrod, Cap- and we would like to keep posted on
tain and Mrs. Marsh and Mr. and alumni affairs as well as University
Mrs. John U. Field.
affairs generally." Frank Eastwood,
Among the guests were: Judith with the Carbondale Machine ComYungblut, Ada Dawning, Margaret pany, address 38 Garfield Ave., CarLavin, Irene McNamara, Nan
bondale, Penna.
Ann Bell,
Minnie Peterson,
"Please put my name on the Kernel
Mary Peterson, Shelby Northcutt, list because I eagerly look forward to
Carolyn .Nichols, Ida Risque, Anne its coming each week. This year I
Shropshire, Annelle Kelley, Virginia am teaching English and coaching
Kelley, Anna Fred Harbison, Frances basketball in the Sturgis High School.
Ashbrook, Elizabeth Glasscock, Mary Katherne Reed, a member of the class
Crafton, Elizabeth Williams, Louise of '22, is here as teacher of French
McCormick, Louise Connell, Marvin and History. We are looking forward
Ray, Lillian Farra, Zelma Hall, Kitty to great works at the University of


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The Store that Sells the Best Drinks, Serves t he Best Ice Cream,
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this year."

Lillic Crom

well, Sturgis, Ky.

Lucille Moore is head of the public
speaking department and editor of the
college paper at Tahlcquah Norma
College, Tahlcquah, Okla.

"A Delicious and

"Here's another 'horse' entering the
raccl I am enclosing the entrance
requirement of two dollars.
certainly appreciated the Kernel and
do not want to miss a single copy as
it is next best to being back at 'Old
There are five U. K.
teaching" at the Holmes
high school and we sure talk 'Kentucky' at every opportunity."
five mentioned arc Geo. H. Gregory
'21, teaching Biology, residence 1816
Greenup St.; H. L. Becker, residence
Y. M. C. A.; D. C. Duncan, instruc
tor in Mathematics, residence 1024
York St., Newport; L. V. Burge '20,
teaching physics, and I am in the
English department." Edna Snapp,
1830 Scott St., Covington, Ky.
Adalinc C. Mann is teaching in the
Fourth District School, Covington,
Ky. Address No. 5 N. Burton Apts.
"I am here taking a business course
and studying my head off on short
hand seven months of this and I
don't know what afterwards." Rox- ane Trimble, 1239 College St., Bowling Green, Ky.
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Which kind gets you
there the quickest?
were walking down the road,

TWO a classmate whizzed by in his car.
"Pretty soft 1" sighed one.
Said the other, "I'll show him: Some day
I'll own a car that's got his stopped thirty ways. "

The more some men want a thing, the harder
they work to get it. And the time to start working such men at college know is right now.
All question of classroom honors aside, men
would make college count for more if they realized
this fact : You can buy a text book for two or
three dollars, but you can sell it for as many
thousand once you have digested the contents.
This is worth remembering, should you be
which social comparisons
inclined to the self-pit-y
sometimes cause. And anyway, these distinc
tions are bound to be felt, even though your
college authorities bar certain luxuries as unas perhaps they are.
The philosophy that will carry you through is
this: "My day will come and the more work
I crowd into these four years, the quicker I'll
make good."

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