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University of Kentucky
FARMERS'

WEEK

SUCCESSFUL

EVER

HELD

DR. THOMAS TO SPEAK BASKETBALL PLAYERS
IN CHAPEL TOMORROW

IS LARGEST AND MOST

1917

No. 15

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, JAN. 11, 1917.

VOL IX

AT THE UNIVERSITY

g
Resolution For Erection of
For Benefit of Ag. Students Adopted
Members Are Speakers
Stock-Judgin-

HOME EC. GIRLS HOSTESSES

AT

address tho student body in chapel tomorrow morning on the subject,
"Somo Aspects of Kentucky Folk
Faculty
Lore." His address will bo under tho
auspices of tho English Club of the
University and It is expected that he
LUNCHEON
will have a large audience.
Dr. Thomas has traveled extensiveAlfalfa Growers' As- ly and is considered an authority on
year were chosen as this subject. Ho has delivered lecFarmer, president; tures before the Fllson Club in Louisand before similar organizations
president, and A. R. ville
in many parts of the State.

GOODBYE TO ATHLETICS

E

Dr. D. H. Thomas, professor of English at Centre College, Danville, will

Pavilion

MORE ENTRANCE FEE OR

Center Position Is Giving
Coaches Lots
Trouble

GUMBERT

TO

of

Debt May Cause Discontinuance of Sports
Rest of Year

5,800

LEAVE TAKE

ACTION

TODAY

"Are you willing to pay $2.50 addiThe little gloom devils are present tional entrance fee next year at regisOfficers of the
The 1917 Farmers' Week which was
at every basketball practice. Things tration in order to have athlotlc activlook bad to the careful analyst of the ities continued this year at the Uniheld at the University last week, was sociation for this
Can the vacancies which
situation.
H. H.
most successful from every view- follows:
the
versity?"
This is the question, acglare out as prominently as the holes
any previous one ever held Jake Crider, vice
point of
cording to all the information that was
In Limburger be plugged? That Is the
available before the Kernel went to
here. Hundreds of farmers from all Dryant, secretary-treasurequestion. Coach "Squir-relly- " press,
Resolutions Adopted.
that the Athletic Committee
parts of the State attended and reis worrying worse than the orwas to ask the student body In the
The feature of the Kentucky Beef
ceived modern Ideas of farming from
dinary student is over coming examin- meeting
called In chapel this morning.
Cattle Association was the resolution STROLLERS TO PRESENT
of the
the foremost agriculturists
ations and that is saying a mouthful.
The Athletic Association, according
calling for the purchase of specimens
country. During their visit the farmThe fact is the Kernel hates to tell to
Treasurer Curtis, Is now in the
of the leading beef breeds, and the
"LION AND THE MOUSE" the truth, but here goes:
ers were guests of the University and
neighborhood of $3,800 in debt, with
pavilion
erection of a
no pains were spared to make them
The schedule is the hardest that has the always losing basketball, baseball
'or tho better instruction of students
enjoy themselves to the fullest extent.
faced a Kentucky team for years.
and track seasons ahead. This means
in tho College of Agriculture.
Many of the visitors took advantage
Annual Play Selected and Gumbert is going to quit college that something must be done. The
In his welcome address before this
Rehearsals Begun
of their first trip to the University to
after exams and try his luck as a
matter was discussed carefully in a
organization President Barker told of
in the city of Marion.
go thru the various buildings and inAt Once
meeting of the Athletic Committee
the importance of agriculture in
spect the workings of the different colSome of the best players in school Tuesday. The state of affairs seems
and reviewed the growth and
have not been present at practice reg- to be the aforementioned debt was
leges, especially the College of AgriIN TRY-OUT- S
FORTY
development of the College of Agriularly and it is uncertain whether they
culture, which held their attention
caused by the expenditures, in the
culture. He said in part:
will play.
and interest thruout the week. Among
The Strollers, the dramatic club of
last two years of from $5,000 to $6,000
"Agriculture lies at the very base
The team hasn't a single man that on Improvements and changes In Stoll
those who were present were many
present as the anof all progress and life. The principal the University, will
center. That is a
former graduates who took advantage
nual play this year "The Lion and the is tall enough for a
Field. The 1916 football season was
drawback of progress along this line
was crude way of putting it, but it is the successful enough financially to make
of this opportunity to visit their Alma
Kentucky is the fact that the farm- iMouse," by Charles Klein, which
in
stuff. Hopkins, Gay, Marsh, $1,400 profit for the association, but
Mater and renew their acquaintances
most suc- honest-ter has not appreciated the greatness a few years ago one of the
Scrlbner, Thompson and Longsworth
with the friends and scenes of their
In New York and
this amount will not suffice to pay off
of his calling. There has been, how- cessful plays both
are trying out for center, but none of
college days.
the present indebtedness.
in on" the road.
ever, a considerable advancement
good enough acrobat to play
Students In the College of AgriculThe Stroller play committee, in its these Is a
The situation as it now stands is
agriculture In Kentucky, typified in
on stilts and it stands to reason that
ture were dismissed from classes dur- 'ie growth and development of the efforts to secure the best play possithis: If basketball, baseball and track
exmanu- when they get up against some
ing the week In order that they might College
are dropped for the remainder of the
of Agriculture. Six years ago ble, examined about a dozen
attend lectures oni the subjects in when I came hero as President there scripts and arrived at the decision in tenuated creature that looks like year the season will come out all
play only after care- Jack's fabled beanstalk, the gentle- right. Otherwise there will be a big
which they were most interested.
were twenty students enrolled in the favor of the Klein
jump
Thirteen Meetings Held.
The cast contains men aforementioned will have to
debt. The Athletic Committee sees
r
course in agriculture, now ful consideration.
to get any recognition
The program for the week included
and eight female characters, like kangaroos
no means of securing finances with
are 200. This year we shall ten male
there
scrappy crowd that
thirteen meetings, all of which were graduate more students in that col- and each part is said to be one requir- at all. But all the
which to carry out the rest of the
position
well attended. The speakers included lege
ing real histrionic ability. It has four is scrambling over the middle
year's athletic schedules except thru
than wero graduated during the
Experience and ena number of scenes of real is good timber.
members of the Agricultural College
from tho student
some extraction
years before I began my acts and
will make them heard from
faculty and other leading agriculturbody. The best way to do this is by
dramatic intensity are incorporated in thusiasm
administration."
before the season is over.
action.
an increase in the entrancee fee from
ists of the United States, prominent
T. L. Hornsby, of Shelbyvllle,' was tho
Then at forward there are "Boo" $15 to $17.50. This will make $7.50
among whom being Professor E. J.
Strollers held a meeting in the
The
president of the Beef Cattle
elected
Campbell.
Paul,"
"Little
studio last Monday afternoon and im Ireland,
Kraus, of the University of Chicago.
instead of $5 go to athletics.
Association and S. L. Van Meter, of
stage Schrader. Kinne and others who are
Judge Barker is of the opinion that
The session of the Kentucky Corn Lexington, and Professor E. S. Good, mediately after adjournment the
manager. John Marsh, and Professor making things look a little more
Growers' Association was the first of
the matter should be left wholly with
College of Agriculture, were
the
The fact is, rays of sunshine
the student body and that they should
the week. The principal address was chosen vice president and secretary-treasure- Enoch Grehau. faculty adviser, held
assign tonta are shining up in the forward side of make their own choice as to whether
to
preliminary
made by Professor George Roberts,
respectively.
floor. Rodes, Mcllvaln and Adair
tivo parts. About forty appeared for the
the entrance fee shall be raised next
acting dean of the College of AgriculNew Association Formed.
are working for the guard positions. year in order that this year's athletic
and a number of others
theso
ture, his subject being, "Further Soil
Tho first annual meeting of tho Jack
be able to hold up their
came out for tho rehearsals later. Tho (They should
Considerable
activities may continue.
Fertility Experiments."
Stock Breeders resulted in tho forma-Moof the floor all right.
rehearsal, a read of the play, was side
No effort has been made to feel tho
interest was shown in the corn show,
to bo known first
of a new association,
The first game is a week from Sat- 'pulse of the students or find how stu
held Tuesday evening in tho Stroller
in which there wero 180 entries.
as the Kentucky Jack Breedors' Assourday with Centre Collego here. Hard
dent opinion stands on tho proposiProfessor W. D. Nichols, assistant ciation, and Richard P. Diotzmann, of studio.
work-outshould have
Manager Marsh has ordered tho practice and
tion. That is Avhat this morning's conIn dairying in the Experiment Station,
was chosen president.
Louisville,
looking more promising by
manuscripts and thoy will arrive this tho team
vocation Is for and certainly all tho
Professor H. H. Wing, of Cornell
and
Other officers wore: L. E. HUlon- It will also bo seen just
week. Rehearsals will bo now tor mo that time.
students with tho least bit of college
University, were the principal speak- moyer,
of Lexington, vico president,
will bo out regularly.
spirit should bo present and listen to
next week or two and the really hard who
Assoers at the meeting of tho Dairy
and Goorgo H. Vansoll, of tho AgriThe Kernel wishes to say that the the proposition of the Athletic Comwork will bo gone Into immediately
premium list included a
ciation. Tho
Is
cultural Collego. secretary-treasureBoth Mr. Marsh causo of this melancholic outburst
mittee.
aftor examinations.
number of handsome prizes. Tho elecDr.
To promote a greater appreciation
a conversation with Dr. Tigort.
to givo
which has been
Tho
tion of officers for tho ensuing year of God's abundant gifts in tho Holds, and Mr. Grohan havo refused
Is always rather gloomy about
appointed from tho Athletic Commlt-teout information concerning tho men Tigert
M. Howie, of
resulted as follows: J.
things and ho was In a bad humor
orchards and vineyards, was tho
to tako tho student mooting in
and woinon who appeared In tho try- Anchovago, president; J. T. Short, of
So
session of tho
of tho sixty-thirInterview took placo.
charge is composed of Bart Peak,
outs further than to say that some of when tho
Loulsvillo, vice president, and Profes Kentucky
Society.
Horticultural
"wo don't want to worry you nor
Earl Grabfoldor, Curtis
chairman;
tho now material will make tho "old
sor J. J. Hooper, of tho College of
of tho meeting wero ad- - guard" who havo appeared In previous nothln'," as the saying goes
Features
Park. Frank Heick and Alvin Thomp
secretary-treasuredrossos by Profossor E. J. Kraus, of
parts.
son.
President Darker delivered welcome! tho University of Chicago, and by Pro plays work hard for
All Strollers who wero not in tho HOME EC. CLUB MEETS TODAY.
Aaddresses at tho meetings of the
MISS MILNER PLEDGED.
fessor A. J. Olney, of tho Collego of
t
aro requested to seo Mr. Marsh
lfalfa Growers' Association and at tho Agriculture.
A surprise program is In store for
at onco If thoy desire to try for parts.
Kentucky Deof Cattle mooting. Doth
of tho meeting of the Ho says that ho will guarantee to thoso who attend tho Homo EconomAlpha XI Delta fraternity announces
Features
came tho same day at nearly tho same
Association was a every ono a squaro deal and that ho ics Club meeting this afternoon at tho pledging of Virginia Helm M liner,
hour and tho Judgo was kept pretty
of Union Star, Ky.
3:30 o'clock.
earnestly desires now talent.
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David P. Crawford, for a number of
years general superintendent of motive power for the Pennsylvania Lines
west of Pittsburg, and a frequent visitor at the "University because of his
special interest in the College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering,
has just been made general manager
of the Pennsylvania Company and the
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Louis Railroad. The promotion car
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Mr. Crawford has always manifest
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You :have read and seen in pictures
those noted people, Mutt and Jeff.
Well, starting Monday, January 15,
they will be at the Ada Meade sur
rounded by pretty girls galore. This
is a clever as well as funny act and
the biggest success Menlo Moore has
produced in the past few years. Tho
title of this act will be "Mutt and Jeff
in the Funny Sheet." Next on the bill
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will be those famous
people,
Bertie Heron and Milt Arnsman featuring their New York success, "Koon
Kapers."
The balance of the bill will be made
up of three more big acts and one of
the best shows of tho season is assured. Phone 612 for seats. Adv.
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PROF. SMiTH COMES
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Albert F. Smith, impersonator and
reader, will conduct two special
classes of expression at the University
after the holidays.
Mr. Smith comes from the staff of I
Brown University, Providence, R I
where he was an instructor in Public
Speaking during the past year. He is
a graduate of Brown University, and
of Emerson School of Oratory, Boston
Mass. Members of the faculty of
each of these institutions under whom
Mr. Smith has worked, recommend
him unreservedly, both, as a teacher
and as a reader of exceptional power,
President Southwick, of Emerson
School of Oratory, says: "Mr. Smith
has given a good account of himself
MINING SOCIETY HAS
all along the line as a talented and
INTERESTING MEETING earnest young man, a faithful and sue
cessful student.
The Kentucky Mining Society held
"He has much ability as a speaker
its regular meeting in the Mining
and as an Interpreter of literature
Building Monday night. Louis Ware
He would make a success upon the
gave a talk on his experiences while
platform, but his tastes are distinctly
connected with the Old Dominion Cop
scholarly and his interest strongly
per Company. Professor J. S. Reed
pedagogic. He will make a very
gave a practical demonstration of the
strong and fine teacher, a good leader
use of the pulmotor. After the busi
of young men and boys He has much
ness session a smoker was held.
pow
At the last meeting of the society, initiative, business capacity, and
er of organization.
He is deservedly
John C. Miller, a Junior in the college,
was recommended for assistant sec popular and everywhere respected.
r
of the Kentucky Min- recommend him warmly and unre
servedly."
ing Society.

Tho Agricultural Society met In
regular session Monday night In tho
Animal Husbandry lecturo room of the
In Talk Before Horace Mann Agricultural Building. President J. P.
extemHe Asserts We Are Now Rickctts presided, and short Farmporaneous talks on "Echoes of
Facing Crisis
ers' Week" wcro made by tho following: J. W. Stokes, James McMurtry,
Dr. Tuthlll lectured boforo tho Hor Earl Mayliow, Dick Green and "Doc"
ace Mann Literary Society last Thurs LaMaster. There was some discussion
day evening on tho subject, 'The Uni- about changing tho timo of mooting
versity of Kentucky." Altho ho him- but no action was taken on tho mat
self is a native of tho North, Dr. Tut-hi- ter.
showed himself to bo an authority
Tho next meeting of tho society will
on the history of tho Southern Uni- bo devoted to tho election of officers
versity in general and especially the for tho second semester and all mem
University of Kentucky.
However, bers and prospective members are
his lecture was not entirely retrospec- urged to be present at 7:30 next Montive, he did not limit himself to the day night in tho Animal Husbandry
records of the past, but ventured in Lecturo Room of the Agriculture
to the unknown future as well. Even Building.
those who have grown up in the very
shadow of Its buildings were startled
ASTRONOMY CLASS SEES
by some of the facts which were
TOTAL ECLIPSE OF MOON.
brought to light relative to this insti
tution.
Professor Downing and the astron
The speaker told of one period in omy class held an "all night" session
its history when had it not been for at tho observatory Sunday night for
federal aid, the institution certainly
tho purpose of observing tho total
would not have survived, so little were eclipse of the moon. Besides all tho
Kentucky's statesmen Interested
in members of the class, a number of
educational affairs. Again he told of
During the
visitors were present.
another period when the President evening, refreshments were served by
was forced to give his personal note
M. U. Conditt.
in order that the daily work might be
carried on and he said we are again
facing another crisis today.
together pessimistic for he expressed
He showed that if the attendance at great confidence in the ability of the
the University were to increase pro people of Kentucky to meet the emerportionately as the number of high gency when it arises.
At the meeting tonight. Mrs. Sims
school graduates has increased since
we would be will discuss the American artists. M.
the 1908 legislation
swamped with students in a very short U. Conditt will discuss the prospects
time. The faculty would be overwork for peace and a reading from Henry
ed and the buildings would be very in Van Dyke will be given by Miss Ven-niDuley.
adequate. Yet his view was not al- ll

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Professor of Highway
It happens that there is a Y. M. C.
tho University, last A. and n Y. M. C. A. building In
the program for tho
and that there Is also a Y.
Highway Engineering M. C. A. and a Y. M. C. A. building at
IncluFebruary
tho University of Kentucky. Because
of tho fact that both ore commonly reTwo hundred and fifteen men regis- ferred to as the "Y" and that both are
of many different
tered for the course last year, repre- tho headquarters
senting sixty counties of tho State kinds of activities, confusion someand a much larger enrollment is ex- time results in the minds of those
pected this year. This will bo the who do not understand which "Y" is
fourtli annual session, and meetings referred to. One of the rooms in the
will be held In tho morning, afternoon Y. M. C. A. building nt tho University
and evening. The course Is under tho is the headquarters of the various
direction of the Department of High- musical organizations of the school,
way Engineering, and In the past has and it so happens that each week on
proved to be of much benefit to the Monday afternoons
the Girls' Glee
Club of the University gathers there
engineers of the State.
Classes will be open also in survey- to practice. And thereby hangs a tale.
One of the fairest of the
ing and practical field work, for men
seeking training in the use of the tran- who has recently been pledged to a
sit and level and the plotting of maps sorority (pardon, woman's fraternity),
Lexington miss. Not
and profiles. A testing laboratory will is a
also be In operation during the week, content with her social honors, this
for the testing of rock, sand, cement, fair
also appears to shine musbrick and road oils.
ically and so she made plans to join
On account of the growth of. the the girls' glee club. She was told to
course, a night session was added this attend the meeting one Monday afteryear, and many illustrated lectures noon, which would be held "on the
and reports from various counties on second floor of the 'Y.' building."
the road work will be added features.
At about 3:30 on that particular aftSeveral members of the faculty of ernoon the young lady betook herself
the University are on the program for to the city Y. iM. C. A. building,
addresses. They are as follows:
tripped nto the office, and without a
Address of Welcome Walter E. thought of the future ascended the
Rowe, dean of the College of Civil En- stairs to the second floor. The second
gineering.
floor of this building is a part of the
"Object of the Course" D. V. Ter- men's dormitory. Visions of men
rell, Professor of Highway Engineer- walking about in bathrobes on less,
ing.
sounds of hasty rushings about, and
"Alignment, Grades,
the young lady vanished down the
Curves and Crowns" W. J. Carrell, stairs. In the words of the war corProfessor of Bridge Engineering.
respondent, she beat a precipitate re
'Better Roads in Kentucky" Hen- treat in disorder.
ry S. Barker. .
Somewhat mystified she went up to
"Design and Construction of Small the desk. "Could you direct me to the
Steel Bridges" Walter E. Rowe, dean room where tho Girls' Glee Club is
of the College of Civil Engineering.
practicing?" she asked.
"Inspection, Care and Maintenance
The clerk told her that to tho best
of Highway Bridges" Professor W. J. of his knowledge the Girls' Glee Club
Carrell.
was not practicing in any room in the
building and never had.
"Oh, yes, but it is. It has practiced
INDIVIDUAL PHOTOGRAPHS DUE FEB. 10 here for the last two years In the room
on the second floor, just over the ofThe rates for the Senior individual fice."
pictures for the 1917 Kentuckian have
Tho clerk still denied "any such
been put on by the photographers, goings on."
Spengler and Humphries. The Ken
"But I'm sure you must be wrong.
tuckian staff has placed the time limit Shorty Geisel told me and she ought
for individual pictures at February 10, to know. She's the accompanist.
and all Seniors and others who will Suppose you look around and see If
have individual pictures in the annual yuo can find the club," she suggested.
are urged to havo their pictures made
The clerk Avas dubious, but after
before this time. All pictures not in making the search he took pleasure
by that time will not bo printed. These In announcing positively that none of
who can possibly do so are requested the "Y" young men was allowing the
to havo their pictures made before girls to hold meetings in his rooms.
the examinations. If this is done, betwas mystified but deterTho
ter work will bo secured botli in the mined. She knew that the path to
photographer's shop and In the en- musical glory was a rocky one, and
graver's room. No Individual pictures sho was not to ho daunted by so small
will bo accopted after February 10. an obstacle as this. Then she receivShe would 'phono
ed an Inspiration.
Miss Goff, of tho College of Music,
PREMEDICS TO MEET
MONDAY EVENING and ask her just where the glee club
was practicing. Miss Goff's voice anSociety will hold swered.
The
"Yes, the Girls' Glee Club practices
Its regular meeting in tho Natural
Building Monday evening at every Monday afternoon on the
Science
floor of the Y. M. C. A. building
7:30 o'clock. An Interesting program,
consisting of talks by Dr. J. W. Pryor in tho room over tho office."
"Will you please tell that to this
and by students will bo carried out.
,
and
young man?" asked tho
Miss Goff repeated her statement to
D. V. Terrell,
Engineering at
week announced
Short Course In
to bo held hero
sive.

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PROFESSOR SMITH

SPEAKER DISCUSSES
IRON RESISTANCE

Professor Mark J. Smith, who has
been connected with the Animal Hus
bandry Department of the College of
Agriculture and the Experiment Sta
tion for some time, has tendered his
resignation and lias entered the Ex
tension Department of the University
of Missouri along lines of similar
work.
Professor Smith has been at the
University for two years working with
Professor E. S. Good and has done
considerable research work in sheep- raising and was considered one of
on
leading authorities
Kentucky's
sheep. Upon his arrival at Columbia,
Mo., where he is now located, he de
livered an address before the Missouri
Live Stock Breeders' Association on
"Sheep For the Average Farm."

quality of iron
The
years ago
was discovered twenty-eigh- t
by natives in India, according to
James A. Aupper, chemist of the
American Rolling Mills Company, of
Middletown, Ohio, who recently addressed the students of the College of
Iechanical and Electrical Engineering under the auspices of the student
branch of the A. S. M. E.. His talk
was illustrated by about seventy-fivlitem slides showing the process of
manufacturing materials freed from
all impurities.

GOES TO MISSOURI

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NOTICE

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There will be a meeting of the
Senior class in the University chapel
Friday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock.
Class dues will be fixed and other ImProfessor Smith is a graduate of the
College of Agriculture of the Univer- portant business will be attended to.
sity of Illinois and since graduation Measure for class rings will be taken.
has done work in a number of other Every Senior should be present.
WILLIAM SHINNICK,
A wider field for operainstitutions.
President.
tions and a larger salary led him to resign his position In Kentucky.

DR. PRYOR DELIVERS
LECTURE IN NEW YORK

DR. STUCKY WILL BE
Y. M. C. A. SPEAKER
Dr. J. A. Stucky will be the speaker
Y. M. C. A. meeting in the Y.

at the

Dr. J. W. Pryor, Professor of Anathas returned
omy and Physiology,

from New York, where he attended
the annual meetings of the American
Association for the Advancement of
Science and the American Association
of Anatomists which were hold during the holidays. At the latter meeting Dr. Pryor read a paper of research
work on the "Ossification of Bones,"
on which subject lie is recognized as

rooms next Sunday evening at 6:30
o'clock. Dr. Stucky will speak on the
conditions existing in the Kentucky
mountains and will view the conditions from a social as well as a medical viewpoint. As Dr. Stucky is an
authority on this subject, a good talk
is promised.
Everybody Is cordially
Invited to attend.

Modern Way.
Herbert How did Mabel happen to
For fifteen years Dr. Pryor has boon become engaged to Richard?
doing research work on bono ossificaRupert Richard took her around
tion and during this period has
and showed her his home on the hill.
four bulletins which havo shown
Herbert Huh. Lovo at first site.
tho results of the various stages of Siren.
his efforts.
As a result of the publication of tho
Sincerity.
Ho My lovo, honestly
I wondor
fourth bulletin on the "Ossification of
tho Bonos of tho Hand," ho Is tho re- when God made you how ho had anycipient of a number of communica- thing left for tho other angels.
She What I lovo about you, Jack,
tions from eminent physicians from
all parts of tho country praising his Is that you never flutter. Orange and
White.
work.
an authority.

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the clerk. This tlmo tho clork was
mystified, and ngaln ho mado a complete search of tho building, this time
.
accompanied by tho
But the
glee club they found not, neither In
tho "room on tho second floor over
tho office," nor In tho assembly hall,
neither In tho gymnasium abovo nor
In tho waters In tho swimming pool
beneath.
gave up tho search and
The
disconsolately returned home.
Tho
next morning when sho camo to tho
University she found out her mistake.
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So far no American editor has made

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sinister charge that
Is a hyphenate.

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