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November 15, 1920 ‘ · LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY ‘ e _ Vol. IV. N0. 3
        Mountain Students University Issues · Alumni Retum for Big
 TY       " Organize Club · Important Monograph Homecoming Day
, _ I V . ° ~ The Hrst of a number of m0n0~ · . . .
Owmg to the fact that from 10 to The week begmmng Monday, N0-
  4 ‘ - ` 1*5 per cent of the students now enroll- gvphs got? Igmishei unimkthi a;S` vember 8, was reserved for 2, hoxne-
__.__... ' · Y ed in the University of Kentucky are ggcgstoo be eivaglzifg; {Dome egeugrz coming celebration at tne University as A
The Department of University Ex- physical instruction et the Univer- f1`0111 th9»111<11111t¤<1i11 SGCUOHS Of U19 mem of Exieusion of me Uuivegsity of Kentucky this year aid many tor- 1
tension Of the University of KRD. sity, who is also director of atmet. State, a. meetmg was held recently by for distgibutiou has made its appear-. mer students returned to the campus
tucky is planning an mterscholastic ics in the League, is the tyird mgm- the students to forxn a. mountain club, ance, and can LOW be Obtained from to renew old associations and memor-
,19agm for the accredited high ber df the State Executive Comgit. the purpose of which IS to promote Mr Wellington Patrick hem of the 1es. Doubtless there were many
V good fellowship among and to further " _ . ’ changes for them. Many of the .
schools of the State. Announcement tee. l Extgnsmn Dapmtmemtl   · `
of the plans for such a. league was Schools accepting membership in 1116 111t€1`€StS of 14116 YQ1111S 111611 =111d_ This monograph which was pre- buildings have been remodeled, new
· made following a meeting of the the League will be grouped into Qis- W0111€11 f1`<11¤ 1116 111f>1111t¤1¤S· _ ` pared by Commodém B. Fisher, of the departments ·added, she £a.cu11;y' an-
cgmmittge Ou University Extension. tricts and local committees appoint- The Club M50 111t€11d_S 10 1d€11t1fY _D€partmBDt1Of Economics and Soci L 1arged,andtne enrollment, especmhy
_ The league Wm include at present ed for each activity Under Ithg di. ` itself as eh organization which shall O Ou the b_€ t f th UF 0, that of the women students, greatly ·
acmmeg m debate and also m ath- rection or ·these committees e ser- 11111111 1>1‘1¤e1¤e greater ¤<1¤c¤ti¤¤¤1 ad- $*20 ,, .— gu J ° ° f -a;“?""“ — increesedj V me last few years. V V
letics irhe accredited high schools ies of. contests will be held in both venteges to the young mountaineers. ci; ghrvigvii 301; d?g;;aa(;f€i;1in cg; The chigevent of the week was the `
of the state win be invited to jein debate and athletics: and the winners Iii 1;0t1;P1€ fact 111111 Y01£111»‘ih111€é1 110111 velopmentl Organization and activities kiln? atxziged and Tkxgays hogy iontest-
mg League in these two activiues. of these contests vn? clung; tc;?e·ther gi; I;-1;rg0;n=§‘GmC00l1§1?§ S;?udy€1n;v11V§;· Of theiiarmersy Union throughout the igrigckz ,;;I;;d;rw€I?;ve$;b;: ai? `
Th I 11 for a. series of con- in a. 6.11211 tournamen a. e nwer- _ <~ » · . l , , , .
tes;} Daigloucg §chOOlS that me m€m_ sity A · gineering and geology. Last session c0untry_ ‘ V Both teams, though handicapped by
. _ _ _ - ' · · · oi {ive students wh`0 received high dis- . . players being injured in` previous
bers of e1the1 gmup, and a final ser `Wellmgton Patmck, Director of   . . _
ies Of contests in an annual tourna- University Extension at the Univer- t111Ct1`Q11 f01' S€h011iFSh1D, KORG W€1S 6- Department of HQ8lth . games, made 3 wonderful shgwjnggud ·
· men; held at the University in May. ’ sity, is expecting to send announce- m°1111m1¤€€1`· Them are M50 F1 1111111* _ 1 _ and Hygiene   the game was the most exciting ot
The League as organized is under ments to the various high schools b€1‘ of m01111t¤i11 111611 011 the facuty Of #··—; r the season here. Additional box seats `
the 'diregmm of an Executive Com- throughout the State in the near fu- 1116 U111V€1`51tY· ‘ A Department Of Hygiene and Pub- and eight hundred reserved 5?3t5`
mum composed or the Du-Gem or ture. Pmiessm- W. H. M1kese11,1 di- ~ The f¤1¤Wi.¤g <>f¤<;erS 0f the ¢1¤1> W1 Hmm 11¤¤1¤¤<-¤¤ €S'¢¤b11S11¤d¤tt11¤ in the bleachers were m·<.>vide<1 for
University Extension as Chairman www Of debate, is making plans havé bgg;] glzggtgd; president, Mess University of Kentucky with Dr. P. the increased attendanpe and a, block
  professor of pubuc Speaking at for the work or debate, and profes, Petfersvn, P1hevi11e; vice-president, K- AH°1111‘¤¤’·»_-011111 Wesleyan University, or seats was reserved for the alumni,
me University is 3. member ot me .'s0r s. A. Boies, director of physical Bernice Y<>¤¤e» ‘P1¤¢V111e: Secretary- **5 head 0* the <1€1>¤¤¤1¤¤¤1- The Unit- other events of the weekts pmg1~am» tg
committee and hat the same ima as emmuon, is making preparations treeSurer,,Lu1e‘B1e1¤Ft¤1¤¤f¤1 Social ‘ were; Thequncheon for {hg alumni  
director of de§a.te.` The director of for the coming season in Athletics. . —·——·-·· 1 . - §;'§~;"?§  `1;a;ép;2;1;€'gt¤V<1;1$F§· and former studeQnts·saturday_ at the
W0m€n#s Panheuenic » ·_~ _ el ‘» S '¢ ·11¤ Lafayette hotel, and the football ral-
· , _ . __ A nature. in pr1nc1pa.1 educa.ti0¤a.1 insti- ly in Chapel Saturday morningl ‘ A
Seventy-one Members _ StH€l€I1tS Ch00$€` by Vote — Society Holds Banquet, tutions ot each state, and jms g1vg;j, » ` ___
Added to Strollers . Six F airesi C0-Eds _ , the University $11,000 to promote mf . , " `
. .· , The W0men’s Pzmhellemc S0c1ety · · » _ .
-   f v t 1 Drag   V of thé UniV&l‘Sity Qf Kghtllgky   Wggétor Holmes has bégn heard of           ll ·
TIF} Ifmverslty O LGI? uc wld et The result Of the mmtest fm the Six its annual banquet in the ball room D€pm,tm€¤t_0i.H€a1th at d H . — Q; " RGCCIVCS   Honor
mmm (/lub» The $tmHG1S· 116 LS most popular c0~eds ofthe `U1liVG1`SitY Of the Phoenix hotel November 5_   H yglenca ______ .
;muua,l‘ amateur mght perf01‘H1¤.HC6 f K W ,1 1 t H Oh-10 Wesleyan for several years, I-Ie _
_ _ ~‘ 10 QL “° iy UYOVGS a Comp G G Con I" The sororities which compose the z D1-_ Arthur S L h t d_
F1-may mgm. Seventy-one new ,t- f th d - d t f th has the degree of Bachelor of Arts, . oven ar, a gra
5m,m     me   m‘"*’“ °. Q gm? ’“ gm?   i Penheueuic   Alpha X1 Dm ¤¤di¤=1<1dit10¤=»1m<¢dica1deereeh*<>m‘ uetwf *h<¤·U¤1V€1·S1¤v of Kemky.
- — " th U iation “"·“°`“S’ “’?,“‘¥ me ‘““°“g Vw ““‘°S Kappa Kappa Gemme Alpha Gemm Bnwden Mgmt School.- As mmm, murine. seam of Dr; ;wOse;t~··n0·s:
b€1'ShlP In 9 °Y¤a“ Z ‘ of Kentuckvs Lamous beautxes. Those D It C1- O O. d K D It ~ . , . _
Thg $5 prize grtemd tor the best 1 t `d _ th { th 1921 G 2* U m€¤a· an awa E a- to Doctor Holmes, the University has mg haste, whose fume as a sewn.
Single abt was Won by John Hays. ;{;0St‘i;k?a; ;;1Ma;P%i?;a;€th gown- Marg? Archer Bel}, member of Al- secu]-Gd lthg Sewicés 0; DL Ireland rtist wats inte1·nati011a1, has beenselect-
For the best double act the $5 brim I HI · lu ~ F Y D L L pha, $1 Delta, présrdent of the Pam- from Bowden Medical School and Doc- Bd President. Of U18 N3t1011111 Phar-
was WGH by Edward Gans, George rng2O;1eu§I\;I1;M1;i;;€;v0;dS0¤EgYi;X hellemc Councxl, presided as 1303511- tor Eva. Locke, a. practicing physician 1 macologica-I S0Ci€tY:
Rouse William Nesbit, Charles Ma- lng. I’ bl D. k W It f Lg ig m‘S“"sS· m'“`°d“°m$ *1 member in NeW__Y0rk. Miss Tillie Greathougg, Dr.»Arthur Lovenhart took his de.
honey, Silas Wilson Horace Clay Con, 'lia 6 · lc eg, M a OP}; lit? fmm each Of mg other four S°I`°I" _ W]10 was a nurse wtth the Barrow gree of Bachelor ot Science at this
and Sgoggw J0nG5_ · M°““"’_1lBP‘mS» au "“”g""" Sm · t ities W11¤ gave msts- The $11Ver Unit in England during the war, has University in 1898, his Mestewg de
' WSVI · scholarship cup was presented to been added to tn D P t 1; ree tn ‘ t 11 ‘ ' ·
Th f 11 ° g list of successful 7 e eper men as tg e` 0 owing year, and 1115 Doc-
aud;mt°;S°;:);nStrOl1€fS has been my _ —————- Kappa kappa Gamma for having at- nurse. . t01·’s degree at J¤1ms-HOpki¤S in
;mmc€d_ Journalists to Pledge Men tained the highest Scholastic average The Department is housed ‘1¤ .1903.` He•was chief or the pharma-
` . - ‘ . last 56551911- Neville Hall where the Universit Dis- cological section ` th 1; ‘
Leonard Fielder, Lexla. Pogue, to Alpha Delta Slgxna , __ . Y lll _e researc dx-
. . After .th<-3 bauqllét 311 1Hf01‘m3J peusary has been located vision of chem' 1 f
John Hale Elizabeth Yemer, Merger- ______ _ . ` 1ca _war are research
. ' d&11¤6 `WM %1V€11· ~————— W in I918 He is ·¤ f 11 " th
gt, Lavm, Coleman Arnold, JOIIH Al- The HB W tt h t f _ ,_ l » ·. B 0W m_ e Amer-
. . · I Lu- my A *1 QYSOII C ep Gr O -————-—— “m _ .1ca.n Association for Advancement ot.
z1;§?; ]§:;;;b;°;k€Gl;;;;f€th 1;;; Alpha, •De1ta, Sngme, national journal- Emoument at_K Staff anqgro Ypledgiv S°cience *3.11d is e 'member oi Phi
’_ _ ’ M Si Ak_ istic fraternity, held its pledge day y' ·W0 Ollng OIIIGH Delta Pi. · _ . .
R` M` bmnk1m’ Dim OrSB’ p services Wednesday at the University Breaks   Recvrds ‘ _ V _ ~
°1`S’ Maw 1;Bt91$ISOH’ StEm1I;_0I§;;E’ gg; of Kentucky. The honor of Alpha "‘“‘ h Staff and ;C50W?" Samui wj0¥H€n’S — » ——+i
· ana Trlmb Bil srgaye Pumeli GBP Delta Sigma is conferred upon men Student Gurollzlent Of 1,194 at the Komirmiy SOC`etytO_ the Uglverslty of Kentucky   in
mmm 201318 ’ “iu;mG Hman ’Mm_y stugents who show ability in journal- opening of the ta.11 semester. at the Vg; uc 21% eater amgd with a tea the Football “Brush»
. hud? O mS’   m ’ k. ism and are considering it for their University ot Kentucky broke a.11I01'- _ MS ay a' €`m°°u’· .N¤*¤¤¤12€r 10· ·
C°1vm’ Lucy Smith Troy Per ms' profession mer opening records at the Univer- m' honor of the women Stuqents pt · - _T `
John Dundon, Virginia. MOY3&]1, Bel'- ' _ my Because Ot the heavy mgiSt1_3_ the University, me women Opthe fac. The last two games played by the
tha, I{I'2].it, Mafgaret Sheltman, EliZ'   After the   the gew mem- tion an extra day was rnquired for GH-   and the faculty ]]f]9])°S Wivgg, football team. of tl1B University gf I
abgth Ellis, Willette Fritchuer, D01‘- ers W¤¤=¢¤¤1€¤=~1¤¤¤ at luncheon; mumant and matriculation Them The feature of the affair was the K<·111t11¤kY resulted imdefeat by Vau-
Qthy Harris, Daysig LEG Tinsley, The new pledgees are. Fred Angs- are 519 enmugd in the Couégé of huts pledging of Lucinyg Moore, of ;\,;_aréOn, derbilt at Nashville, October 30, with
vi;·gm1a`H'a;pjson, Lucy Kavanaugh, b“Z*`i»§°}”a]§ Fmmné §juP· (;‘}1€’yd· ]Em' and Sciences, 223 in the Gouégé of and Roberta. ’i‘1·.m-ntou, Nmvport, `to 8 S·¤01‘8 Of 20-0, and victory over me
J, Brooks Jtiett, Florence Edmons, m° WISE Gm an 1 ar “m°"· Agriculture 323 in the College Of Fu membership in the society] ’ Umversity of Cincinnati at Lexington
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Emua “*°‘“““* Eg‘Z“b1f"h ,§°";g’ gmeermg, 72. in me omega oi Law, · —·  A _       i°°*”¢h76· 130111 $¤11}¤S
HMZEYG Snsitlgcofge 1’R0u;;W1“;mmi “Fratcrmty Row" at and 19 greduate students. Fulton County Students . ‘ to and   E   ;n*;°';‘h b°g{¤¤;¤§
war an , . .   _ _ _ A . Q_ cmpp B
Nigbgi; Chgm Mahoney, Sim We U¤¤v¤1S¤1y U¤<1¤r W¤y W; {;;“{;jg‘;Fj§;g’;§Sj§;j§;j‘1;;§; F<>¤¤ ¤¤ 0*g¤m=¤¤<>¤ mum of the Wildcats which Caused
sou, H, M. Clay, Raymond Kirk, - t d t IH t. J t d th t _ Th · · the IGSS of the`ga.me to `Va,udgrbi1i;_
D¤¤g1e¤ V¤¤*· MB °““1**m· R°‘°“'° H°"““g that “*“*‘””‘““S ”""’ a ’“°’“°· ;¤;t;1;yS°¤¤e.s;u$iu11T»?ethos; eilrgxii at th;   colin? . Th? K°“*“°ky`C“‘°i“”a“ Q game °S·
Mm€"· Newton M°u°Y* James not a hmdm’HCB’ to 3‘ Univ€TSity’ and are from New Jersey Texas Dela.- Patterson Hall October 21 au};1 lgfga.? pgciauy Showed the fighting Spirit Of
· S1¤¤¤¤·=>· Wlmem Wlummsr IJBEHEE A   p;;‘;§;’a;;BWé§V;?$QY “; ware, Oklahoma, causomm and other ized a Fulton club. The meetings are $$*21 mms and “‘° “°*°*‘y 0* *11**
_ I?l‘;;°“i;0u1\;;;‘g;;§;rg‘°ging lgefja Kentucky has Offééd the fmtggnitigé states. The large number of women to be social in nature and are tp be 1 cats was well €a'me}i'· A ‘
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mm Maequise GmGt,,Th0maB FOS. of the institution a plat, of mud and Sm 6** S S ‘* S° '° ““?°”S* “‘€"’ “° wd tha ¤1·5¤M¤¤¤=·-Y °* “°'y m°““1· “ . -.
» _ _ _ V dubbed it Wmtemit Rdwn Whew approximately 0ne—th1r<1 more co-eds The officers electedtfur the ensuing A battery 0f field zzrullery has ar-
“‘”·_A““ B"“* Mmme Mae R°b‘“S?“* fmtemit houses yb b it '¤11¤¤ were ¤¤1”¤11€d1=1¤$ year or egzcut year aref President, Ernest Baulch, Yivéd from Camp Knox and pitched
Eloise Burgess, 11VIar};N ;\;I)¢MI?€1Q1¤» Wmsloiv sfreetmgglici TEK; MOH 4400 in the University. ` Fulton, Eng. ’2»1; vice-president, Annie their tent DH the University of KB11-
3111Qr MST; [31*0:  Fgnnge (SIE? side the Unrverstty is to be mil   RHSSG11 M°°"€’ Hickmm A1`1S· ’22¢ “‘°ky1°‘“mp“S· It Mought °°¤11’I€t9
;.SB(ii·m.l£;u am; Kglthlgen Rgnick over almost eutirelyito such fra;>rni· JUN'°F*$é·°‘;**‘E CHAMPIONS S6Cr€t&ry’ Glance BGH€W’ .FultOn’ Equipment, includmg guns' Wag0nS’
m , I ties as wish to build there Each lot ""t ' - Arts, ’22° · l horiiz and- kitchen utensils! The
. , , ` _ ———- DUT 6 $51*00111iHg is to stimulate in.
_ . 90 100 f t 1 h 1 · · V · . ·
Kennet. PRINTS souvewm. IS X EG Wm IS amp 9 Spa? The ?“““”C f°°tb‘*u Umm became the LOUISVILLE CLUB` En.zc·rs west 111 1118 wmv and to obtain re
_   ‘ for *1 NYSE .1101159 ,1111d Y¤·1‘d- Th1S chz1mp10ns m the i1'1t€T·Cl3.SS,, games . ` cunts mba —b&tt€I,y is acting as al
"" coupled with at nominal leasal reg bf wvhgn thgy dgfggtgd the sophomores _ t V,   * _ . . · ·
The November 5 issue of the Ken- $521. year f0r°fi£ty years, renewal if Thursday November 4 with a. score At recent meeting of the Louisville `ra Q mg mmmtmg pany and has
t I , _ . . _ , _ 1 _ 1 Club or the U¤iv·erS1r,y,o; Kentucky made prrangements ·to ·dem¤¤Stmt8
uc cy kernel, the U11lVOFSltY week- des1red. grves marked encouragement gt 14-6 at the University of Kentucky - · ·
U ly, was devoted to the uhmmi An GP to those f1_at€I_mti€S which SO 1(mg In a pgwmus game the defeated thé. the following otncerg for the ensuing 111111 €XD1=1111 the rr1echan1sm and use
' . 4 _ · _ _ ‘ 1 Y year were electedi Robert Raifme of Um gum a.nd·¤rti1l<-ery to an uni-
fort was made to rntexest former stu- have dreamed of hevmg then- own freshmen team, who in turn lcon. resident, Ma EH b th ' versit m h . Y
’ déllts TH hvme Cvmiug week sind in- homes. One house built by the Sigma qmmd the S0phOm0mS’ thus winning Ewa m8;id9nt'rYKath;gu; Wg;·;€B· The bzttergnwigv h0· a1§.u1I1$€l'€Bt6d.
ix; u large attendamce ut the celebrex- Ilitgtggagignigzhgssalreaiy 'nearlfr cmg- Fgeeqmd piece. The seniors did not Secretary; H0;-gwg may Miller, ,1;¤g;;: and an exiibitionaxhilgl 1; 1;;.31;;
· A 1' 111`G 61118 D Mme . enter at team in the contest. _ m·6r_ mn ·j
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