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April 15, 1919 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY l Vol. II, No 7  
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The Summer School of the Univer- Three army sergeauts just return- T]-8 State Law providing for the On Sunday A ·1 6 H d _ T _ if
sity of Kentucky will ba in sessicin ed _fr0111 France have arrived at the appgimtmeut of three alumni mgm. nivarsary of lheplluitzad lgtzjtaecsoliu $1; ve1·;;$yB§?r;€(;fti;§;l;S$(g?;tOfutgz U3;  
Jung 23 to August 2, a, period of su: Umvers1ty of Kentucky to assist Ma- b I, E th B d I b world war in which more than 2500 quarterly session L th U · gu· xx
weeks. The work of the summer ses jor Byars at R. O. T. C. headquarters 8 S O 8 Oar O Trustees t° G . - ·’ . B', G mverglty <`“ 
_ _ Kentucky boys gave up their hves, Tuesday Aprzl 1 wxth the follow:  ·‘
S;0¤ is designed for teachers, students m Buell Armory. Their official titles made by the G°VBm°r was cousldered Lexington and Fayette county by member; wage   G ng  
and persons seeking information and will bé &SSiSt3.Dt i11SEI‘I1CtOI‘S of mill- HC 3 l`€C€Ut IUBGUHE of th€ Board of planting trees OD the University of S{,au]gy· V1 O gjib€l·t0v;;;g;fOl;£·    
ty;;_mmg_ With the mstructxon ara to iialy UIGUCS, but SOTHG of th€11` W01`k Trustees and BJ committee composed Kentucky campus paid public tribute C, Stoll, Lgxjqgtg · il P ’ " 
be ivan a number of s ecial features w1ll be clerical thou h the will `11- · · - ’ 1 u' ‘ ‘ J°1mst°“·  
g · p ‘ ., g y 1 of president Mcvey J_ L Lyle and to thaw sons who lmlve Jomed the im- Jr., Lexington- J M Turner palms- ¥"
during the six weeks of the session. struct the companies in more ad- ’ · nlgytalg More than gggg B1-Sons iu. ·H . ' I ' - '  
f   .   d . . . .     Johnston yvas asked to dl-`agv up I ' . ¤   V1 8; Frank BICKGB, VEYSKIIIBS;   M, yy
From the program 0 stu ws lt W1 vauce mlllwfy t1‘&1¤1¤g, & WGFK f01‘ cludmg many soldiers sailors {and Ellistou Glencoe- R G G d ¤?
bg possible to make up plan 0f WOI‘k which théy WBYG €SD€Gi9·llY filltéd bY mms and rcgulaltmns t° govgrn tho aviators in uniform vlcre present isville y I · . or On, Lou-  
suitabig for teachers and workers in their experiences in France. nomination and election. Tha follow- Congressman J, Campbell Cgmmu dg; Tl I . ·'€¥;
many fields, Thé UITBG I11€I1—C}13I`l€S K- Lllllll, mg rules were Submitted to thg bggyd livcred the memorial address at, the v€l]1;`b?{a1éd accepted. the gift qt SCO-  
The entire plant of the University Jesse Stone and Clarence Kinney- af {ts last m9Bt.n _ 1 Exercises, which were held in the M_ ar mm th? City cf Lexington  
is available mi- use, including labor- had two ye=u·s’ service in France. Be- l' ` Y _ _ 1 g' ternoou at the University and requested President MCYQY to ac-  
atories, libraries and buildings. The fore enlisting Sergeant Lunt lived 1* I~¤m1¤¤¤¤g¤b¤~¤¤tS éhau bg mail' The t .,:1 th · t. cept the pim? aud comnlumcam with ZE?
faculty of the University 0f Kentucky in Massachusetts; Sergeant Stone in Gd to Bach perscm Butméd to vote OHS - Least; Wlflc 18 Eixclip wu Of me Commlssllm Gxpressmg Eppm°ia"  
for the summer session 0f 1919 has Georgia and Sergeant Kinney in In- ROR Later than July 1· Each Person ml Ondr Q 0,0nE Oosevem np? for the glft and Workmg vut €0I1· Q
been greatly enlarged. Work wm be diana. Cutltlcd to vote Shan have the right were p ante l3‘r1d»ay 1n za. grove about dztions of transterml,  
Offered to Satisfy the demands of to nominate three persons for mEm_ the bignok which crosses the campus President McVey reported to the  
teachers in every Held of educational EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE bers Of the Board of Trustgea gfsyle gig O1;-351d,. andb 8.1;; gshéilm, board that the matter of zz. school of  
activity. APPROVES APPOINTMENTS 2. The ballots Shan be mailed to p ,g1ve11 1 y . . 1 @11- pharmacy discussed at a. previous jg 
It is no longer necessary for the _ tht} Secretary Of the board. EfgztefgogiulsggduggicigiEGGS? fifty; 1neet111§ had been under consideration ’Q;_ 
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  schorll t€Z.ch€rS Of the State,     the meeting of the Executive 3_ NO person   TQQBIVQ al   [be added as the name Of 1. V   vlsenlclilt an at he ,W1Sh€d  
t d t d b f _ S th @9 mlm to d€fGI` definite recommendati w
my Supgrlnlii 6*15   vgmigz Ggiagg Committee of the Board of Trustees CMG ¤<>¤¤¤¤¤9¤ <>1‘ €1<==¢¤¤¤ balm un- mc included in me list or 1¤=>1·¤es ma ui next year when he wouidolluggj `· 
mr Ggiivgfggt; ;OI_; dlimg the Sum- March 26 the following appointments LGS? umm S?t*Sf8;t(;£Y geprgsigtatégn WGYG llalldéd ill at the close of ihé better the iiuancial situation `apd  
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m"- Tm U“i"°'S“" °f K°“l“’°k" ‘“ gglginilgdeemigsggi Rcoliggdgg   ballot has eium bE€11O?-gsi; cit di Bm°1SeS‘ l‘“°?" f?“th"”.dm"S °f the Pm the = 
meeting the needs of the State in “?]§_t1 Y E Y Q Y S U » Stmyad N0 arson Shan be G _tt d A spe/al·:e1·s’ stand was greeted gu l1lSt1tl1ll1011 Wl1lDl&yi11 health matters __ 
Agriculture, engineering and an the 1 ey count}, for ZL pe110d of four t ·   _ P Hm Q at knoll above the brook, and the IH the State.  
t and S meas The multiplication mmhs- ° me °th°“w1S`°’ than by b"‘H°t‘ R¤¤¤¤v¤1t Oak planted dimtiy i¤ ’  L
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and Smdardizatm of the high A c011t111uat1011 of the employment 4· All ¤¤m1¤¤¤¤g b¤11¤tS Shall be mm of at by General Roger Wlmms, STROLLERS SELECT CAST  
Schools enlarged Curricula of Sec- Of MTS Frances Y_ Klmg, emergency cast by noon of the day prevlous m virhile Wood G_ Dulap read the 1-011 of FOR MUN-DER COVER ,,  · ;?
Ondarylschools land new aims in ed` 1101119 demonstration ag€nt’ Livings- th`@ I`€gl11BY` I`H€Etl1l$` of the Board of hOnO1~ Of Hfty_t`V0 men who made ·  ;;
ummm demand teachers qualified in ton gounty, for at ipemod of twelve Eissteeié blt 1;* tm guy 1C;S€¢ lgtéié the supreme sacrifice in action or The tentative Cast fm. the pmS€nm_  Y 
many gubjg-cts and ifajngd in theory mont S was a'uth`0r1Z6d‘ noon lgn H   BD Gm er ’ an a'   of (HSBESG YVhll€ in thé S€]‘ViQ€_ tion Of ¤:UHd€r COVBIJ, to be la d l 
_ _ . _ . _ . date shall be opened · - D ye il
and pmctlce Ofm0dern€duCalt1On.ThG M1s. B0x1e Campbell Pe1k111s, e111er— _ n Sm ’ _ _ C£’~Pt·&m J- W- ThI`OCl‘—mO!`mn» a Pei" about the first of May by the St 1- "i
summer School Of the University is gency home dcmoustmtion agent, gn athcforroogm lat the UE1V6I‘S1tY set Seiya], friend and f0l10We1‘ Of C0l0I19l lgrg, the dramatic organization of lie  
Organized largely to Supply this d€_ Whitley chunty, wappoiuted for at Tliusmas Ofl‘ih;‘S%n9f t fi BORN of R¤0seye1t,1n¤de a short talk in which iimvgrsiiy gf Kgntuglgy, is composed} {
maui period of Bight mOu1;hS_ 1Y€1‘S1 Y- he pzud tribute to the U18!]. and the of Miss Lucy Young Gus Gay and  *
__...l...—- The €m`p`1Oyym€n_t of Arch M_ Allen, 5. Thfé HHIHGS of six p€1‘SOI1S TG- Sf3JZ6Sm3·I1- Fred Auvsberg of Iiexiugtorr Miss » 
UN'Q[VERSITY’S WARRIORS emergency county agent, for 2. period C€iVlHg the highest number of votes Cha el Overflow d Eliza.- Spirrier and Miss Map J Eliza- Y 
TO BE HIGHLY HON()RED_ gf twelve mouths was ;mthm·iZBd_ for nomination shall be placed up011 A P S I, . beth James of Louisville Missgs Mar-  
___ Comimmnce Of the employment Of the election ballots, and no other per- tl Thg Program bégan at   O Clock m garet Smith and Carlysle Chenault of j.
The committee on memorials to _y_ p_ Ricketts, County agent of Owen sons shall be voted for. In case two L? mvmslty chdD€1’ Whmh was um Maysville; Emery Frazier of Law- rl
time who have msu their lives iu county, was authorized. 0* mfm P€*`S°¤S Shall receive an {L G tf; ?°°°§° H21°d’m lh? 1aYg° °r°Wd’ renceburg; Lee ivmciam gf Bards. {
the gram Wal. made 3 report to the Cgntinuaucg Og the employment Og equality of votes, the secretary of Biggera uilldre mmammg m th? COT- town; William Baker of Winchester- -
Executive Committee at its last mGGt- ·l· YV- Worthington, C011HtY BSBHTZ of the board Shall determine by I0? 72116 rt OTS Ou S; B' Rclauves and frmuds Orrin Bel] Of Eminence. Duaué °
mg Stating thm inquiries had been Cgmpbgll County, was aum0yized_ person who shall be the nominee. O men .W 0 wm not Tatum were Rogers of Fparnkfort and E, T Tap. g
madg and that a plan would bg an. Continuation and modification Of 6. The election ballot shall be mail- $1:95 sl? tOmt:)€;_§gGSnLlmtberS' Tl? LEX- Scott of Owensboro. I I  
mumgd mer, If the University of €‘mDl0Ym€¤t of Mrs- D· K- RaW1i¤gS» ed to each person e¤m1¤<1 to vote on g k m ° °°"’ Y’ f°?`m€ S°m° Gus Gay, Emery Frazier Fm; ll
Kentucky lost any men in me Span- emcrge¤cv110me demonstration agent, br before Oembei- 1.  Bsiéggrgs gbggngmugti °h°“}S* Augsberg and mum Spurrigr Qm "gld A 
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1Sh.Ammm war the records do ma was avvrevéd- 7. The vote Simi be cast by mk. mg the SOD gf the XEZHIS (§€’HgW S¤‘<>¤<=1‘S" Md have taken leading I
Show it lRea.pp~omtment of R. L. Warren, ing a cross in me Square Opposite tha matus fmmg Stabat Materg Lug ig iparts in former presentations and  `·
president; Mgvgy lstatgd to 1;:19 comd ZEIGYSBHCY County agent was approw 11*2111HGS of the DGYSOIIS to be voted f01‘. Hailleliijah Chorus from the; Messiah LEG Mccmin Successfully directed the Q
mittee that savara. prcposas ha y · · _ . . ’ production of "Mica d M " 1 1; — 
been made for 34 memorial to those Continuation of the employment of r€;rW§;1t§l;GbGl€Gg101g1 liimllotilthalsec- Endeg the milgreetiou of Prgfggggy C_ A_ year. GH €¤ as  
WM had mst their MS in the gmt ~“‘·‘“°S S· Dim °m“g"“°Y °°“‘“" biogriphy of Sigh SC$,d$§`§E€ a§§§°5{ iJ{ms1$;ér`§ {Z ’?£°Ef£1§h§§§1§t@p€a%fZ ——· g
. · . _ zwent, was approved. _ 1 · · I ‘
wan that the Sgmm Class héd me ° _ .· b10g1·z1phy shall contain, among other University band led the march to the TWENTY‘SEVEN PRACTICAL
sented 2. proposal ·t0 share III the It was approved that W· C- WIISOH 1. . , . M ,
memorial and that it had already been continue as county agent of Pulaski thugs, the date ot the icantlidzmtes site of the newly planted grove, where IN-ERS ENTER COURSE. `
pmpcsedkhvalt 84 memorial building be County under modmed Conditions; birth, the clate of l11s graduation, the W'00d Dunlap, cha1rma11 of the com- · —  »
Bmcteé On the campus, the building that Miss Dom Baker he appointed degree which he has received, h1s m1ttec 011 arrangements, introduced TWF?lltY·'SBV€I1 practical miners have ·
to be used for student purposes and clerk in the Office Of the Editor Of D;1§§•;ltS;r;11u gill 1;;; tim
men of the State who fell on the Held AT BEREA GATHERING the room set apart for the Board of U · ' ` Vmg
, , , ' Ill conclusion the speaker Said- knowledge of technical qualiiica,ti011s
of lnattla, on sca or 111 the air, durmg ___ Trustees .,,1,Oda . ‘ . .
~ , _, , ‘ Y, whlle We do honor to our ‘1‘€QH11`€l`l for mma- foreman, Each
` the war. wziléhiglttillgg Bliiglaéégirigqéglig izclzgg 13. The three persons receiving the noble dead. let us dedicate ourselves man Wl10 takes the course will re-
highest number f t h llb - t tl ‘ ‘ l —‘ A . ' ‘ l
PATTERSON GIVES $100   ;;;;’n};fg§1§"u*;Tt€"“d€dGT*"; ”;‘*€§‘ inawd. O VO GS S a B mm ‘gigxvscr?pe§,€wl1;§;1;1;);;;S Zjliifggbiglfi   1;  iirgégsigylsg
  T0 THEL.;.LIBRARY   B? Hill f0r ealch sgrgggrn ap C OO ’ 14· The S€C1`€t€i1`Y of the board Shall €1‘ than ever because Of the great in the Uuiv9r5i1;y_
lj _ _ 'ihé Subject Of Soils `rmd {ERL certify t0 the Governor of the Com- deeds Of AIIl€I`lC3.11 boys in Europe, ...._._....,____________
  Books for the library of the Umvcr- HMP wm Idiscuwgd M mi _ ht 111011Wealtl1 of Kentucky the names of L€t US TBSOIVG that ill thé fl1€u1’€ all the C U ·H d . .
  sity of Kentucky will be purchased f `_ l ’ O ay mg ’ Those who have been so nominated GitiZ€HS Shall have a. voice in our `M 1 W1 gmac that thaw Shall
1 _. . . : . w1th Professor George Roberts, Col- __ _ , _ be 110 future wars.
1 v.1th the $100 gwen tl1c111st1tut10n by lggp Of A ricultum as S €m_m_ Tues f-0111 \\l11cl1 the Governor may nmke »‘Z0V€1¤m<>Ht. LGT; us declare today
  , Dr. James K. Patterson, president dm; Hightg the Subjgct flér Lolisidera; the appmntmgnt in accordance with that ea, ‘g0ve1·mme11t of the people, for “‘Thc11 to our children, there shall be
? emeritus ot the University. The au- mm was livestock CMMS and hows U19 law. U18 DGGDIS, by the people; shall not no handing
 I Iluill 3_pp]'()p]'i3ti()]] f()]‘   libygyy Sheep and poultryi PrOf€’SSOr   ` —°_`1"""_'   da'   but YL reality- L€t· US   fates SO Vain, of I)ELSSi()l[S S0 ab-
;' is 21ppOl1ltG(] by UIQ library CODJIHHYQB Andgrggu nf the College Of Agrigu]-       Epixdhehgue $0 tg? Othmathat the great horrcdy _
T i11t0 varying sums for the general li- ture Hllll A. S. Chapin, of the exten- ASSISTANT T0 GOODE. IQQWXS chg]? got   am£yt°aDd But pBniG_;h€ IPOHCQ Whlch passes
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YN bruiy fun and the mrmu., depfut ;1011th1v1S10H,_ WC1; gill thc progrim _, —··—- Send gu Dwyer to Om. God that, as Nm in Um. time, but in umn. time
LV ments, ~01‘ G BV©111HF§· Y1 FLY Fmllli Bal`- \\ .ayla11cl Rlmzuls, for the past four Citizens Of this glorious RG mblic , Oh L d, ’
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[ Fha, apportionment for the present TG D wma. county agent of Kenton county, may be as bmw and as worthy as
  y€Zl1' hZ`l,S illféildy b(i(§n Ingdgy     -15 ’g1OPySSC§;1;;) "vorkr gsm/B 3*   before hansn l]€OH Hp]`}~OlI`1l€(1. }1SSiSt[L1]_t `t() P]‘()· “rQrQ Our Sons and daughters Vvho   nlxct Us not COHIDIQHL but hope,
`_,_ thought that Dr. Pattersoxfs g1ft w1ll (bunt ‘A t R F S f“·’~’°"_E· S· GOOOG In the D¤¤¤1‘¤¤€¤¤t 011 the llIlll°Ol`II1 of our nation and or work and pray for tim highest and
  be added to the general {uml The Congmtgimageign the éuccgigcif 2:;; ul? fiillllillfll I-I11?ba‘11d1‘y, Cghegc 0f Ag- the Salvation Army and of the great noblest ideals.
{Q library committee is composed of Iémetmg and Of his Work mjchp C gfu SW1 E““A€l`“tY <>f13¤¤f¤~¤1