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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
LEXINGTON, KY.t FEBRUARY

VOL XIII

WATCHMAN
AND
IN

KILLED

STUDENT WOUNDED

UNIVERSin

TRAGEDY

Warren Middleton, of Paducah,
It Held in Connection With
Death of Joseph Self
STUDENT

MAY

RECOVER.

Shooting Affray Occurred Beneath Electric Light in Front
of Mechanical Hall

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No. 18

1923

JAMES

NOTICE!
All assignments to be written
for the Kernel are posted on the
book in the Kernel office Monday morning and must be written and timed in to the editor's
desk before noon Wednesday.
No story, regardless of stse er
importance, will be accepted
after this time. Storiea turned
in Wednesday afternoon will be
destroyed and the reporter to
whom it was assigned will be
dropped from the staff.

16.

CLUB

TO MEET

February meeting of the William James Club will be held
Tuesday aifternoon, at 3:30,
room 206 in Nevill Halt James
Lee Douglas of the University,
Department of Education, will
be the speaker and will have
for his subject "Experience and
Education Compared in Trade
ASuHty As Indicated by
the
Army Trades Testa."
L. J. Sindell, Sec.
--

HELLO DAY INAUGURATED
ON UNIVERSITY
BY

CAMPUS

MEMBERS OF

SU-K- Y.

The Purpose is to Get Everyone
to Speak to Everyone They
Meet

SPEAK, WON'T HURT YOU
Idea is Outgrowth of Discussion
on University Friendship at
Y. W. C. A. Meet.

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"Hello Day" will be inaugurated upAs the result of a shooting affray
FRED B. SMITH TO GIVE on the Universitythecampus Thursday,
11 o'clock last Sat- ALPHA SIGMA PHI GIVES
.which occurred at
members of the
February 20 by
urday night upon the campus of the
y
Circle.
The purpose of such
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EVANGELISTIC SERMONS a day is for every person in the UniUniversity of Kentucky, Joseph Self, NOVEL PARTYAT PHOENIX
versity to speak to every person whom
night watchman of the University is
they meet upon the campus on that
dead and Warren Middleton, of
Man to day, as they go to and from their
Business
Prominent
Dance
Ky., a student at the Univer- First Men's
Preach Here Under Y. M.
is Delightful Affair; Football
classes. Such a day, if successful here
sity is seriously, wounded.
C. A. Auspices.
Captain Creates Excitement
y
Cirwill be sponsored by the
The tragedy occurred in front of
cle, the members who are busy in
Mechanical Hall in the roadway that
W. M. PHIPPS
Fred B. Smith, assistant to the pres
Original and clever to the minutest
planning the method to be carried out.
leads past the building and beneath
ident of the H. W.
Every entrance of the campus will be
an electric light that hangs above its detail was the "Kid Frolic" given by
entrance. Stories of the shooting con Aloha Siarma Phi fraternity in the WORLD WAR VETERAN IS Co., of New York, will arrive at the posted with signs to remind the stuUniversity February 19, for a three-da- y dents as they come to school to say
flict Mr. Self, who was shot thru ballroom of the Phoenix Hotel Sat
evangelistic campaign under the "Hello" to everyone whom they meet.
.the body lived only long enough t urday night to which 250 friends were
AM ONGTHOSE RECEIVING auspices of the University Y. M. C. It does not sound plausible, but it
igasp out a disconnected story of the
dance of its
invited. This is the first
i
A. The series of meetings will begin is actually known that there are many
affair. Mr. Self said that two boys in
a Ford coupe fired on him from the kind ever given at the University and HIGHEST HONORS AT I) K Monday morning- at the fifth hour students in the University who go
and will continue through Tuesday and thru the entire course, and upon their
car; that their shot struck him and it will long be remembered by those
personThe meetings will
that he returned the fire, firing five ,who attired themselves in ruffled or
Forty-fou- r
Years Wednesday. students and faculty be graduation ofday do not know
aprons, rompers, W. M. Phipps,
This
at ally half
their classmates.
held for the
shots. On the way to the hospital gandies, gingham
fiu the fifth hour and at 7:00 p. m.' each s a small university and the personal
Ula Win xecewc
stocks, long cwrls and made themselves
,
Self died.
Magna Cum Laude.
contact of the students With the fac
day.
It was learned later in the night by a "child again just for the night.
4ythe police, however, that young Mjd-- - The children's idea was carried out
Mr. Smith is. a business man who ulty and with each other is an outDURING WAR gives part of his time each year to standing characteristic.
This may
dloton had rented a Ford coupe from throughout the entire dance from the CAPTAIN
local automobile company, that the "King's X" programs fastened with
religious work. He has just returned further be developed by an outgrowth
University Witnout from his fourth speaking tour around that could come out of such a day
car had been returned to its owners dolls for the girls and tops for the Entered
Benefits of High School
and that Middleton had been taken to boys to the doll buggies,, wagons
the world and it is said that he has as is now planned.
Education.
soda pop, animal crackers,
This novel idea was presented to the
probably spoken to more men than
the Good Samaritan Hospital.
y
Circle, which came as an out
any other man in the world. Many
In a statement made to friends who refreshments to the large "ponies" on
Among those winning highest hon
recognized Mr. Smith as "Amer- growth of a discussion on "University
.took him to the hospital Middleton which the children were allowed to
the Uni have
Senior Class at
is said to have asserted that, accom ride and over which they fought far ors in the
ica's greatest speaker to men." The Friendships" given at Y. W. C. A.
Kentucky this year is a dis
panied by Clover Coleman, also of the second ride during the dance, versity of
men and women of the University are meeting held at Boyd Hall. Those
man,
consisting
of balloons, abled veteran an
Paducah, a student at the University, Souvenirs
who contributed to the discussion and
urged to hear Mir. Smith.
completed his course in
he had stopped his car on the campus, horns, snakes, paper hats were given who has just
The University is fortunate to get a offered suggestions were Beth
is to receive his
Smith for three days
Louise Boden, Mary Louise
not knowing that it was against the out during the dance. An interest agriculture, and who
magna cum man like Mr.
rules, when the night watchman told ing feature of the dance was the "raf degree in June with
as he is giving only a limited time to Gasser, Elizabeth Gasser, Pearl Marever
year. He tin, Unis Denton, Georgie Rouse,
him that he was under arrest. After filing" off of a doll which was won by laude. He is the first student
Kentucky, colleges and universities this
.being shot Middleton took Miss Cole Flo Armentrout, who held the lucky to enter the University of
Cellards, Edna Louis Wells and
has recently been at Iowa State Uni
having attended high school versity
without
Mrs. Bedford,
and the Tribune of that TJni Mariam Forrester.
man home, returned the car to the number.
The rules
Many persons rushed from the ball and to receive his dearee.
versity comments on his work as fol house mother, attended the meeting
garage from which he hid rented
students
permit
and encouraged the girls in their prolows:
and went home before summoning aid troom in wild excitement when it was of the University
as special
Middleton stated to his friends that learned that the dignified football who are over age to enter
"It is safe to say that no religious posed plan, contributing valuable sugwithout the usual entrance campaign of any sort ever took such a gestions by which it might be successhe had shot only after the night watch captain and coach had made his ap students
and to be graduated deep hold upon students and faculty fully carried out.
pearance in the lobby of the hotel requirements,
jnan had fired at him.
standing is main
y
a state- - but was detained by persons desir only if sufficient
,
Circle is now at work
The
Miss Coleman later made
of this sthool in all its history.
costume, and who tained.
ment to the effect that she and Mid ious of seeing his
"Fired B. Smith is in a olass by him- preparing large posters to be place 1
Four years ago W. M. Phipps, late self. So magnetic is his personality, at the entrances upon the campus
dleton had left a dance at Patterson "helped" him off with his overcoat
Cantata of the 149th Infantry, enter housed in so powerful a body, that where every one coming to classes
Hall and had take a short drive in When the top coat was removed
University of Kentucky for
an automobile; that she knew it was was disclosed that he had worn "lit cd the
before he has said a word his aud- might be reminded that they are to
white rompers and "socks to traininsr under the Federal Board for ience is his. His two hundred pound speak to every one whom they meet.
against the rules and greatly regretted tie"
(Now Veterans'
Speak to every person that passes
it; that returning they came thru the match" to the party. He was then Vocational Education years old at the of rounded flesh is muscular, his fare
y
hair you pres;dent,
students,
faculty,
campus and that on reaching Me allowed to march with his escort thru Bureau.) He was 40
is ruddy bronze, his
Board hesitated to send and coat black brows are all bristle, down to the janitor.
chankal Hall the night watchman ac the gauntlet of persons who had gath time and the
college because
age to
ludicrous feature
"Speak! It won't hunt you," "Say
V costed them telling them they were ered to see the mostcostume, however, a man of thathe was too old to get a between them a narrow slant of fore
they thought
r
of the dance. His
head like a steel plate. His cl.cst is Hello to me," will be among the many
how(Continued on Page five)
was inconsistent with the request college education. He entered,
deep and rounded and powerful like slogans to be used.
K
made on (the invitation that "persons ever, as a special student and was told a turbine engine. His voice is full and
his degree at heavy and easy, but flares Into a siren
admitted who were less than that he could receive
to
PRES. M'VEY SPEAKS TD noyears be or over 14." He was three the end of the course only if he had shriek under passionate emohasis. His AN NOUNCE PROGRAM FOR
6
old
maintained a standing sufficient to frequent smile is winsome and fatheryears old.
origSTUDENTS IN CHAPEL This fraternity has the distinction of make honors. "When I was a lad,' ly, his humor of the
LITTLE THEATRE SEASON
originating the most cleverly arrang the Captain explained, "there were inal, sudden sort he tel's no funny
forty miles of me sturies. His whole mVn on the plat
no high schools in
ed dance that has ever been given I
Asks Those Possessing Fircarmi a University. Not only will it live and I have no entrance credits to of form is that of a man w;th a mission, Pour Benefit Plays to be Given
to Turn Them Over to School forever in the minds of those attend fer." Throughout his college course a man sent, a man under compulsion
in Addition to Student MatAuthorities
ing, but will be remembered by the he has maintained the very highest who wilt permit himself no trifling.
inee Teas.
community at large. This was the standard and now is to receive his de"A man like that can ride over h's
Chapel exercises for the student
The Little Theatre program for this
first dance given by the Men's Pan gree "with high distinction."
audience by his own sheer force. But
body of the University of Kentucky
The Captain plans to bring his sev- Smith didn't. His appeal was to the season will consist of four benefit
.Hellenic.
After
Tuesday morning.
were held
The society column contains a more en year old grandson to commence- rational, not the emotional. He car performances in addition to the stua song by the University Quartette, exact account of the lovely affair also ment exercises in June. He rose from
ries none of the regular evangelist's dent matinee teas, it was announced
President Frank L. McVey read the a list of the charming hosts.
the rank of private by processes of stock in trade, no snob stuff about yesterday by Prof. E. E. Fleischman,
chapter of Isaiah and led in
h
sheer merit. Wounded during the mother, no deathbed stories, no social director of the Little Theatre.
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the Lord's Prayer, after which he ad
war, he went to school to prepare for scandal, no hell fire threats or lazy
The first two plays will be given by
Relationship
dressed the students on
Players, a company
a peaceful life of agricultural pursuits. heaven's oromises.
He coerced no the Koffer-Milland Thoughts of our University to
He has won distinction in chemistry, one's mind, offended no one's self-r-e
of six people, who have won wide
JUNIOR DUM ARE
other organizations.
his favorite subject, and is interested soect. pulled no shyster tricks. In recognition for their excellency in
"The University of Kentucky is a
He expects to en- nearly ten solid hours of speaking the presentation of classic comedies to
in soil tecnology.
DUE.
composed of two thou
community,
ter Cornell University this 'fall to
(Continued on page five.)
(Continued on page 5.)
study for a higher degree.
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KENTUCKY

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from the University of Kentucky in who went out to tell the story of the served in the World War, retiring
the class of '01 with the degree of A. University and education at a Father with the rank of Major. He is with
B.
He has been teaching ever since, and Son banquet was drafted to fill li. R. Squibbs and Sons Company,
being connected with the Western the pulpit of a small church, lie did New York City. They arc residing
t
it and accomplished something wholly at 32 East 58th Street.
S ate Normal School practically
whole time and for the last ten years, beyond the imagination of those who
Editor Alumni Secretary
'11
hoed of the Department of Chemistry. conceived the idea of a student speak
George Bryan Shanklin, who went
He is, and always has been an active ers bureau. Requests may be addressed
A prominent and loyal alumnus commenting on recent suggestions for and loyal alumnus.
to J. L. Hays College of Law, or the with the General Electric Company at
Schenectady, New York, immediately .
Alumni Secretary.
a financial campaign for the University declared "They won't give anything.
after graduating, has risen steadily in
They haven't any money."
We consider this a reflection on the ability and PHILADELPHIA CLUB ELECTS
his chosen profession, being now in
DINE AT WATTERSON
spirit of the University of Kentucky alumni, although it was not so intended,
the consulting engineering department
Enthusiasm Holds High in Kentucky
pefhaps.
Blue and White Will Wave at K. E. and working directly under Stcinmctz,
Club at Quaker City.
the "wizard" of the G. E. Company.
A. in Louisville.
The average graduate of the University has been away from the Alma
The Philadelphia Club held its anVisitors at the Kentucky Educa- He married Miss Marian K. Brinton,
Saturday evening,
Mater a little more than ten years. That is about the mimimum time re nual dinner-danction Association convention in Lous-vill- c of Schenectady, June 1, 1918. They
quired for the average man to become established. Our alumni arc doing January 27, at the Majestic Hotel.
will be invited to a banquet of are living at No. 7 Park Place.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Thornjust that and doing it well.
ton Lewis and guest, Mr. and Mrs. University of Kentucky alumni at the
WANTED In March five hundred
Financial calls have been considered that would be a per capita assess Frank Daugherty, Mr. and Mrs. J. Watterson Hotel Friday evening, Apnotes about or from AlumW for this
ment of $50 or $85. When Illinois went out after a $2,000,000 stadium, the W. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. ril 20.
Arrangements tor the entertainment column.
students subscribed an average of $30 each. At Ohio State it was $25 from Taliaferro, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Clarke
and two guests, C. C. Schrader and art being made by J. T. Pride, Jr.,
the students and $60 from the alumni.
'13
guest, Miss Margaret Ingcls, Henry president of the Louisville Alumni
The University of Georgia oversubscribed a $1,000,000 fund, for which Marsh and three guests, and II. P. Club. The University will send a
Walter Winston Fitzpatrick, after
r
large delegation from its faculty. receiving the degree of B. S. Agr., in
period. Oregon Bassctt.
the per capita call on alumni was $315 payable in a
arc ex- June, 1913, entered the employ of the
Immediately after dinner, Thornton More than 200 teacher-alumis out for $10,000,000. The eight million dollars raised in the last two years
for the Southern Railway, in the agricultural v
Lewis, who presided in the unavoid pected to be in Louisville
for churches and church schools in Kentucky exclusive of local calls came able absence of the president and vice- - ithree day session and the annual ban- department. In 1916 he accepted an
per
from people whose average income was less than $1,800, fully eighty-fiv- e
instructorship in the Dairy Division,
president, called for a shoft business quet.
Clemson Agricultural College, Clem-so- n
of the fund.
cent
nice ting. A financial report for the
College, S. C. Since 1920 he has
What is your feeling about the willingness and ability of the Kentucky year, showed $70, plus some interest,
been Southern representative of the
still remaining in the student loan
alumnus to give?
American Guernsey Cattle Club, headfund. A check for $50 had been sent
quarters at Clemson College, but has
to the Secretary, Alumni Association,
spent several months in Washington,
ton Division of the Union Govern- to cover .the club's quota on the athD. C. His wife was Sue D. Matthews,
child, a son, is in letic fund.
ment. His elder
CALENDAR
'14. They have a family of two fair
The election of officers for 1923 reschool and he has a daughter four
Dorothy Lemont, 6 years old,
"I want to thank you for giving me
sulted as follows: President, George
years old.
Detroit, Feb. 24. (Fourth Sat- and Sue Winston, nine months old.
C. Lewis, '13, care Solar Engineering an opportunity to get the Kernel."
dinner, Dixie- Keguiar)
R. Halbert '20, manager of the
urday
"H.
Versaiilles, Ky, Their address is Clemson College, S.
200 N. Fifteenth St.; Vice Presi- Bertha Newhoff
land Inn.
Piet Relief Experiment Station is the Co.,
"Enclosed find check for two dol
dent; R. R. Taliaferro, 13, 1405 Land
Frankfort, Fcb 26. (Last Monyoungest member of the staff and apSecretary-Treasurelars; please send the Kernel, also any
day Regular) evening meeting.
pears to be quite happy in his new Title Bldg., and
14
back numbers you may have." C. R.
surroundings, but I think there is a Roy S. Clarke ex, 5029 Irving St. An B
Somerset, March 2. (First Fri- Abe S. Behrman, who has been with
manager, Columbia
anger,
open discussion of matters of interest
evening meeting.
day Regular)
'voice calling' back in Kentucky. In
the International Filter Company since
Bottling Works, Columbia, Ky.
Buffalo, March 10. (Second
addition to my administrative duties followed. Mr. Daugherty spoke mo9t
is farming the termination of his world war serZack T. Church
enthusiastically on University of KenSaturday Regular) luncheon at
with the division, I am frequently
vice, has been transferred from Chicanear Frankfort, Ky., R. R. 1.
called on to serve on commissions, or tucky possibilities both from an educathe Ehacott Club.
is a conduc go to the California office of that firm
Chester Spurlock
Lexiington, March 10. (Second
agricultural proposi- tional and athletic standpoint.
make reports on
The secretary was instructed
to tor on the L. & N. R. R., with head- Address care of International Filter
Saturday Regulair) luncheon at
Recently
tions for the Government.
Company, 147 Warehouse Street, Los
write a letter to George C. Lewis, ex quarters at Ravenna, Ky.
we made an agricultural survey of
the Lafayette Hotel, 12:15.
tending the sincere sympathy of the
Kernel every Saturday Angeles, California.
"I read the
Philadelphia, March 10. Sec- Zwaziland and Northern Zululand
G. T. Van Arsdale entered the emfor the Raiilway department, which Club in the recent loss of his father. as that is the time it comes to me, and ploy of the Pennsylvania
ond Saturday Regular) evening
Railroad as
The secretary was instructed also to sometimes reprint some of the witty
meeting.
visiting parts of these
necessitated
express the sympathy of the Club in things and jokes found in its columns. assistant chemist in the testing departNew York, March 13. (Second
territories little known to white pc
ment, after receiving his degree in
pie.
Tuesday Regular) stag luncheon
The country is tropical and the recent illness of C. L. Templin, It is the best college paper I ever had June, 1914. After
that he was chemist
green grass former secretary and their pleasure the pleasure of giving the 'once over.' with the Louisville &
carpeted solidly with
at the Harvard Club.
Nashville Railand seems to improve with every isthroughout the year. The wild flora in his recovery.
Louisville, April 20. Annual
Mr. Marsh invited the club to meet sue. With the alumni very active and way for several years. Since 1920 he
ajid fauna is abundant and beautiful
Watterson
K. E. A. hanquet,
mood the Kernel has been chemist and engineer of k
Untol
There is also big game of every de with him at his home in Wilmington, in a
Delaware, 2101 Gllles Street, on the and the Association can do nothing tests with the Buffalo, Rochester &
scription, some of which we succeed
next regular meeting night, Saturday but improve and it follows that this Pittsburgh Railroad, Du Bois, Iowa.
ed in bagging.
evening, February 10.
being the case, the University of Ken- He married Miss Hortense Baker, Deherewith my
"I am forwarding
tucky should soon have everything it cember 31, 1920. They are residing
check for $76, to be distributed among
PEOPLE ARE THINKING
deserves. Keep the Kernel coming." in Lowe Apartment, Du Boise, Iowa.
the various University funds. Some
Harry McCarty, Jr.,
the
years ago the South African Alumni
'15
Candidates for State Offices Are Being Jessamine Journal, Nicholasville, Ky.
Colony made a contribution to the
Walter Bruce Croan went with the
Quizzed
R. L. Acker is office engineer for
Student Loan Fund, which we hope
Thinking people of Kentucky are H. L. Stevens, Architect, 522 Fifth Ford Motor Company immediately
retains its South African identity:
taking readily to the suggestion to Avenue, New York City.
He was after graduaiting but after one year
AFRICA, HOI
purchase a medal or
SOUTH
(1) $25 to
elect able representatives to the Leg- married to Ellen Kathryn Peterson, left that company to join the Ameriprize for the winner of the oratorical islature this year and a "business August 2, 1920. They have two chil- can Blower Company. In 1918. he en
Kentucky Alumnus Writes About contest held by the Union Literary man" for Governor. They would dren, Robert
aged 21 tered the employ of the Drying Sys
Frederick,
Society on February 22.
Work on Dark Continent.
choose their candidate by his attitude months, and Janet, seven months old. tems, Inc., and is now chief engineer
(2) $25 for the Memorial Building.
"We alumni, living in the far conton (a) education public education They are living at 11 Lyon Place.
(Continued on page three.)
(3) $10 for the Patterson Memor
ents of the world, feel sometimes as
that is, and (b) highways.
White Plans, N. Y.
though the old Alma Mater has just ial.
Alumni and friends of .the University
"I listened in on the University of
(4) $10 for the Athletic
Club are inquiring of the candidates their Kentucky band concert broadcasted
about forgotten about us, when along
Kernel, brim House.
comes the Kentucky
stand particularly on higher educa from WHAS, Louisville, Ky., on
ALUMNJJIRECTORY
full iof University news, which we
(5) $6 although a life member of tion. It is useless to speak of devel- Tuesday night. I enjoyed this conread from top to bottom, even en- the Alumni Association somebody is oping the graded and high schools cert very much and trust that I hear
NOTE Alumni in business and in
good enough to regularly supply me without providing for higher education more of them." R. A. Carse, 605
joying the advertisements.
the professions are encouraged to in
"Ais it has been sometime since you with the Kernel; this is to go to that whereby
teachers for these lower East Second Street, Berwick, Penna., sert cards here for the convenience
of
grades will be tramed and a place pro- Chief inspector American Car and fellow alumni.
heard from the Colony of Alumni in 'body' just to keep the 'pot enthusiasWrite the Business
tically boiling.' Wishing the Alumni vided for the further study of those Foundry Company.
South Africa, a few notes relative to
Manager for rates:
W. D. Woodward as farming at
each member may be welcome. W. Association and the University a very who want to go on from high school
H. Taylor, '06, is tobacco and cotton prosperous year." W. H. Scherffius, The University does not stand aHie Baton Rouge, La., addresis Box 855.
expert for the Government of South- '99, Chief Tobacco and Cotton Divis- but at the head of the public school
WM S HAMTTTflM ni
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ern Rhodesia. He is doing wonder- ion, Agricultural Department, Union system.
LAWYER
of South Africa,
Pretoria, South
fully good work, and while cotton culIt will be the problem of active
James Campbell Lewis and Mrs.
707 Marion E. Taylor Bldg.
alumni to prove this relationship and Juanita Henschein,
ture is still in the experiment stage, it Africa.
announce their
Louisville, Ky.
is a promising industry once better
to convince people that io boost the marriage on Saturday .December 23,
"i
University will not be to hinder the 1922, New Yonk City. Mr. Lewis
facilities are provided ior marketing
CRAIG IS LEADER
and handling the crop.
small colleges in the State. The:r fa
"J. du P. Ooosthuizen, '12, is as- - President of K. E. A. is Member of cilities are taxed now to the utmost
There are more than enough studen
sistant chief of the Tobacco and CotClass of '01
for all.
ton Division and manager of the
Under the heading "A Word From
BARGAINS IN MAGAPublic education has a fight on ;t
Rustenburg Experiment Station. The Our
President," in the K. E. A. Bulle-f'- hands and to the University will fal1
We have purchased 122,000 pair U.
ZINES
results of his work appear in the rapid
S. Army Munson last shoes, sizes 5
W. J. Craig, addresses his "Fel- the greater burden of its defense,
BLANDVILLE, KY.
development of these industries, but '
low Teachers" in an able way regardto 12 which was the entire surplus
of much greater importance to him, ing the K.
E. A., its past history,
stock of one of the largest U. S. Gov'
is the rapid development of his son,
STUDENTS WIN PRAISE
growth and present intents and purernment shoe contractors.
Tertius, aged 3.
DUES AND THE KERNEL
poses. He says the K. E. A. was orThis shoe is guaranteed one hundred
"Paul Koch ex, manager of the ganized fifty-tw- o
ONE YEAR 52.00.
years ago, with less Alumni Can be of Assistance to per cent solid leather, color dark tan,
Herbert Graham,
Turkish Tobacco Station at Elscn than 100 members. It now has an
Speakers' Bureau.
bellows tongue, dirt and waterproof. ,:'
M
Secretary.
burg, is getting gratifying results in active membership
of over 5,000.
Student speakers from the Univer-sit- y The actual value of this shoe is $5.00
breeding and selection experiments in Hand in hand with its growing ha
telling its story to the average cit- Owing to this tremendous buy we
Turkish tobacco. He is likewise a gone practically all the educational izen of Kentucky are making
a pro- pffer same to the public at $2.95.
his son being nearly a development worth while in
proud father
Send correct size. Pay postman on
the Com- found impression. The seven young
R,
year old.
W.
monwealth. "It will be the purp
money order. If
men are doing that work in addition delivery or send
"W. B. Wilson '11, formerly on the of this year's meeting, April 19 to 21, to their studies. It will be impossible shoes are not as represented we will
Formerly With Caskey Jewelry Co.
staff of the Tobacco and Cotton Di- to discuss special educational prob- for them to go everywhere. The co- cheerfully refund your money promptvision, then tobacco expert for the lems, when finally solved, can and operation of alumni is sought to ar- ly upon request.
CAREFUL WATCH REPAIRING
Ceylon government and later cotton will be solved by the teachers and range for them to visit the most imSatisfaction Guaranteed
adviser to the Agricultural
people interested in educaton in this portant groups and cities since they NATIONAL BAY STATE SHOE
"WATCH YOUR WATCH."
Union of Natal, recently rejoin- Commonwealth."
can not go to all.
COMPANY,
Phone 26S2
ed the staff of the Tobacco and Cot
William James
Craig graduated
Last Sunday one of .these speakers
157 S. Limestone
296 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Lexington. Ky.

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South
with that firm at
Street, Chicago, 111.
We launch this column lyrical in hopes
y
Thomas R. Nunan entered the
Sophomores Loose Fast Game to
that by some miracle
of the Chas. Hartmann Company,
Juniors; Seniors Wallop
FOR HIGH CLASS SHOE REPAIRING
The editor will use it in the Kernel;
Brooklyn, N. Y., after graduation, and
Freshmen
We'll show him where its beauty lies
Best Sewed Half Soles $1.25
left them to enter the sales department
and then if he won t utilize
basketball tournaof the Armstrong Cork and Insulation
The intcrclass
The stuff, why he can go 4o parts
209 E. Main Street
Goodyear and O'Sullivan
Company, a year later. From 1917
ment started off Tuesday night, at the
infernal.
Lexington, Ky.
1919 he was with the servic eo'f his
University gymnasium, with two fast
50c.
to
Rubber Heels
deieated the
the employ
games.
The Juniors
spread it, or Country. He
The bull, we're gonna
Sophomores 17 to 10; and the Seniors
of the Armstrong Company on his
we'll argue with the editor
civilian iifc and is now sales
defeated the Freshmen 23 to 14.
Until her temper's anything but sol return to
engineer at Charlotte, N. C, address
The Junior, Sophomore game was
emn;
Boulevard.
filled with action from start to finish.
But in these lines we'll proffer more 211 East
The Juniors outplaying the Sophoof wisdom to the sophomore
mores from the stairt, their defensive Than people would expect from such
16
Lafayette Hotel Building
tactics being especially good. Riley
A. D. Galanty, who was salesman
a column.
OPERATED BY STUDENTS
of the Juniors was high point man of
with the American Aniline Products
the game with 12 points; he being by The Kernel won't be worse if I leave Company, of Chicago, for several years
We handle a complete line of domestic and imported Perfar the best for the winners. Reed
has returned to Kentucky and is in
fumes and Toilet Articles.
out this stuff I versify,
was high point man for the Sopho- But then again it won't be any better; business with his father. The firm is
OUR SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE IS THE BEST IN
mores with 5 points; he and Neather-to- n If he thinks this prolixity should not styled M. Galanty & Son, Maysvillc,
TOWN.
played best for the loosers. The
Ky., 128 Market Street.
Candies
become a fixity,
Phone 3309 "We Deliver."
Stationery
score at the end of the first half was The ed can go where she won't need
Armiel Carman accepted the coun11 to 9 in favor of the Juniors.
ty agency of Hickman county, after
a sweater.
n
game lacked
The
receiving his B. S. Agr. degree, but
the pep and action of the first game
Contributions will be welcomed to gave up that work later to enter the
but did not drag ifor a minute. The this column provided they are devoid teaching field first in
Seniors outclassed the Freshmen al- of all ironical, satirical, caustic and Agriculture at Morganfield, Ky. The
though