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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
University of Kentucky
No. 8

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, NOV. 9, 1916.

VOL IX
GAMES

ON

A DEADLY PARALLEL.

ALPHA 2ETA HOLDS

LEX.

A thoro investi-

of

Ag. Fraternity

Sophomores

HARD STRUGGLE SURE CHAPEL

n

line-up-

s

HISTORY CLUB WILL
MEET MONDAY NIGHT
The History Club will hold its regin the Education Building Monday night at 7:30
o'clock. The program will consist of
miscellaneous topics of interest and
all are Invited to attend. After the
regular program the Seniors will hold
a conference with Dr. Tuthlll.

ular November meeting

IS

Limestone

Strcot and

Play Seniors Seven Juniors Become MemJuniors
bers of Honorary
and Fresh To Fight

Vir-

ginia Avenuo was
the p a r 1 c u lar
sacrificial altar in
Lexington
night for humble
worship to the
Hallowe'en.
A huge bonfire
was built in the
of the
middle
street and its
a
heat melted
great hole in the
asphalt.
A
fire
alarm
In
was turned
from a box In
that vicinity and
firemen responding to the call
fire
found
the

gation of the
lowe'en

Hal-

Injuries and Men Ineligible List of Entries Is Large
Program Presented
Given As Reason
in Chapel
For Action

vandal-

ism, in which

stu-

1

last

CROWDED

The following Juniors in the College
of Agriculture were pledged to Alpha
Zeta, the national honorary agricul-

tural fraternity, Friday morning in
chapel: E. P. Bleldt, D. B. Mclnteer,
J. B. Taber, J. G. Stowart, E. M. Johnson, Tilford Wilson and Louis Reusch,

Jr.
The entire chapel hour was devoted
to the pledging exercises and the
members of the active chapter who
officiated were Orem LaMaster, C.
W. Bennett, L. A. Bradford, J. E.
J. A. Hodges, George Gum-berW. W. Owsley, C. L. Morgan, the
Sophomore honor man last year, R.
The last
B. Hays and Frank Street.
named presided.
Professor George Roberts, dean of
the Agricultural College and a mem
ber of Alpha Zeta, addressed the stu
dents before the pledging exercises on
"The Place the Fraternity Should Oc
cupy in the College of Agriculture."
Professor E. S. Good spoke, emphasizing the importance of the agricultural
graduate returning to the farm be
cause intensive farming is the only
remedy for the high cost of living.
Professor T. R. Bryant also made a
short talk telling of the $100 loan
fund which was subscribed by the Alpha Zeta to help deserving men thru
college. A large number witnessed
the pledging exercises.
t,

alarm box
wrenched

its post and

from
utter-

ly destroyed. The
cost of installing
a new box will
damage the city's
finances $125, but
a fine of from $25
to $100 in awaitguilty
ing the
party if lie is
caught.

ALLEGED

dents of the University of Kentucky are charged with taking
part, will be Instituted formally
this afternoon at
a meeting of the
DisUniversity
cipline
Committee at 2 o'clock.

OTHER GAMES CARDED ELIMINATION
The Louisville ame was called off
Wednesday at noon. Manager Brig- man and Coach Duffy, of the Univer
sity of Louisville, met with representatives of the University Athletic Com-- i
mittee and stated that they were will
ing to do anything that Kentucky
wished, and that they cherished the
friendly rivalry .that had existed for
the two
so many years between
schools, but because the Louisville
team was disorganized and a number
of the best men had been declared ineligible, the game would not be satis
factory if played.
manner in
The straight-forwarwhich Coach Duffy stated Louisville's
position, and the fact. that the U. of
L. boys were willing to carry out any
suggestion made by Kentucky, caused
Dr. Tigert to allow the game to be
canceled without requiring the $200
guarantee that would have been due
had Kentucky not given her consent
to having the game canceled.
No big game will be played this
week. Next week it is probable that
a game with Marshall College, of Indiana, will be added to the schedule.
Marshall has already wired that she
will play any day Kentucky sets. It
is probable that the game will be play
ed Monday or Tuesday.
The Mississippi A. and M. game will
either be kept as it is scheduled, for
to the
Saturday week, or
early part of the following week if
that arrangement would be satisfactory to Mississippi.

A

appointed to
ascertain the extent of damages
to the asphalt on
South Limestone,
a fire alarm box
and a street car,
reported that no
damage was done
to the street; officials of the fire
department
the damage to the alarm
box at $5 or $10,
and the Kentucky
Traction & Terminal Company,
damage to the
street car, at $14

COUPON

d

d

FRAUD

BLEVINS REPRESENTS Hereafter no Detached Coupons Will Be Accepted
Y. M. C. A. IN CHINA
For Admission

Chas. E. Blevins, a graduate of the
University, and familiarly known as
"Chief," will leave soon; for Hang-choChina, where he will represent
the Y. M. C. A. For several months'
Mr. Blevins has been connected with
the physical department of the "V."
at Jacksonville,. Fla. He will be'jserit
to China bj Tneans of a fund raised
for that purpose ty the Georgia Tech.
College; ' Mr.- - Blevins has always beep
Interested In athletics arid while a student in- the University often acted in
the capacity of assistant instructor of
athletics. He was also assistant football coach and assistant physical

BE HELD TOMORROW

GAME WITH WILDCATS

NOV. 4.

The intersection

To

AMATEUR NIGHT WILL

HERALD

NOV. 1.

SCHEDULE

Class athletics will be resumed at
Saturday
afternoon
the University
when the Seniors and the Juniors will
attempt to make mincemeat of each
other on 'Stoll Field and the Fresh and
Sophs will stage the same stunt, with
each other in the role of mutual prey.
According to reports all four classes
are confident of being returned victorious, but so far as a straw vote can
disclose the race will be about as
af
close as the recent Hughes-Wilsofair.
All four classes have been hard at
work for the past two weeks getting
their machines in shape and form lit
tle short of varsity class is expected
to be shown. The teams will appear
in full panoply of war, including headgear and jerseys, Dr. Tigert having
promised to lend the necessary articles. According to an agreement between the managers of the teams and
the coaches no men will be allowed to
participate who bave been out for the
varsity team this year or who have
earned a K.
and Sophomores
The Freshmen
yet,
have not announced their
but the Seniors and Juniors will probably go into the fray with the following order:
.
Seniors.
Juniors.
Clark
Ireland
End.
A. S. Kelly
Fuss
Right Tackle.
Hodges
H. E. Maddox
Right Guard.
Crum
Park
Center.
McGregor
Gauch
Left Guard.
Pott's
Garred
Left Tackle.
Schwant
Clark or Waterflll
Left End.
Harney
Rlchey (Captain)
';
Quarterback. '
Hopkins
Reusch
Right Half.
Hubble
Ellis or Irvine
-Left Half
Collins
J. D. Maddox or Flnley
Fullback.
Senior Substitutes Jones, Rawlins,
Schirmer and Mayhew.

HERALD

LEX.

Fraudulent substitution of a coupon
for admission to the Kentucky-Se-wanegame is being investigated by
the Athletic Committee. A
turned away a student at the gate
who tried to pass thru on a coupon
No. 24, from which the "2" had been
erased, according to a report made to
Coupon No. 4 was
the committee.
used at the game and it is thought
that the student sold the original
ticket. When the guilty student is
found, the case will be turned over to
the Discipline Committee.
On account of these fraudulent substitutions, tho Athletic Committee has
announced that heroafter no coupons
EXCITING CHE88 CONTESTS
detached from a student's athletic
BEING HELD IN "Y" ROOMS. book will be accepted for admission
Professors Miller and Pence en- to any athletic contest.
gaged all. comers simultaneously at a
meeting of nine chess playerB In the WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEET
AFTERNOON.
TOMORROW
Unlvorsity Y. 'M. C. A. rooms, Monday
No records of the games were
night.
Tho Woman's Club of tho Univerkept but there wero sovoral lively contests. Four of the strongest players sity will hold Its regular mooting toof the Lexington clubs will bo Invited morrow aftornoon at tho homo of Mrs.
out next Monday night and tho Unl F. Paul Anderson, on Kentucky Avevorsity students are invited to witness nuo, with Mrs. Penco and Mrs. Andor-iohostessoE.
tho contests.
e

gate-keep-

-

n

Definite details for the switches in
the schedule that will be caused by
of the Louisville
the cancellation
game have not been arranged but will
be announced as soon as concluded.

PI KAPS TRIM PHI
DELTS BY

25-- 0

SCORE

The Pi Kappa Alpha and Phi Delta
Theta fraternities bruised each other
up In an alleged football game on Stoll
Field Saturday afternoon just after
dinner. The Pi Kaps say the score
was 25 to 0 in their favor and the
Phis get mad every time anybody asks
them what the scoro was and won't
tell. "Doc" Rodes was referee and
Charley Haydon acted as umplro.
Pendleton was head linesman.
The PI Kaps have a
bunch that work well together. The
Phis showed lack of teamwork and
form.
in
wero hardly
Hedges, Newman, Burnloy and big
Hill Collins were in tho backllold for
tho PI Kaps and played star games.
Ed. Cobb played quarterback for tho
Phis and ran tho team well. "Pinky"
Kobinson also played a good gamo.
fast-goin-

NOTICE,

TODAY

AMATEURS!

who are entered in
"Amateur Night" of the Strollthe
ers tomorrow night are hereby notified that a preliminary contest
will be held in the chapel this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Due to the
fact that the list of entries is very
large it will be necessary to eliminate a number of those entered.
No one will be allowed to appear
on Friday night who fails to try-oin the elimination contest this
afternoon. If it is impossible for
you to be present this afternoon at
2:30 o'clock, come as soon after
that time as possible, but do not
fail to be present.
JOHN R: MARSH,
Stage Manager.
All persons

Tomorrow night, Friday, November
the time for the annual big "Amateur Night" performance of the
Strollers. The program will be presented in the chapel starting at 8
o'clock and the entire student body,
the faculty and all friends are invited
to be present as the guests of the
There will be no charge
Strollers.
for admission.
The list of entries is larger this
year than ever before, nearly forty
students having entered and the pro
gram should be even more entertain
ing than that of last year, which made
a hit with an audience that packed the
chapel. Only the best acts entered
will be presented on Friday night,
which will insure an interesting pro
gram, which will not be too long,
Two prizes are offered by the Strollers, one of $5.00 for the best act presented by a single person, and a prize ,
of equal amount for the best act pre-- ,
.
sented by more than one person.
The list of entries' is varied and in-- ,
t
plays, comedy skits, .
eludes
musical acts, dramatic monologs, humorous monologs and readings of all
kinds. The elimination contests will,
bo held in the chapel this afternoon
starting at 2:30 o'clock, and all who.
be present
are entered are notified-tat that time. No act which does not
appear before tho judges .In tho elimination will bo allowed to enter tho
competition on Friday night.
When tho entries closed last night
tho number was most gratifying. Miss
Margaret Wilkinson and Frank Shln-nlct
will present an original
play, written by Miss Wilkinson,
Lawrence A. Ilischof, Henry H. Darker and 11. J. Vowoll will appear In an
original skit. Messrs. Richoy, Harney, Irvine and Gardner, tho well- 10, is

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Miss Spurrs Special Dance
WEDNESDAY EVENING
SAXOPHONE
SMITH'S

known quartet, will present music and
comedy. A sketch of college girl life
will be put on by the "Bill Family," of
Patterson Hall, consisting of Misses
Thomas,
Mary Ricketts, Josephine
Eyrl Richmond and Lena Clem. The
sketch is called "Dot's Dilemma," or
"Orte at a Time and They'll Last
Longer," and it promises to be interesting. A company of ttve young men,
headed iby Mr. Creech, have entered
t
play in the competition,
their
and Messrs. Tapscott and Cottrell
will appear as a team in a vaudeville
Misses
sketch. Two of the
Martha Varnon and Pauline Irvln will
present a scene from "The Taming of
the Shrew," with Miss irvin in the
part of Petruclo.
The single acts include the following : Readings by Miss Venule Duley,
Miss Katherine Weakley, Miss Louise
Will, Miss Martha Huckman, Miss
Freda Lemon, and. Miss Freda Laub;
blaSkface monolog by It. L. Duncan,

NOV. 1
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monologs by F. O. Mayes, William
Lindsey and Mr. Barnhill.
TESTS FOR STONE MONUMENT
OF

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DAVIS BEING

ORGANIZES.

The Junior Assembly Club of tho
University has organized for tho sea
son and chosen tho following officers:
Felix Ilonlck, president; Addison O.
and Thomas T.
Foster, secretary,
Richards, treasurer. The first of a
series of dances will bo given at the
Club
Phoenix Hotel November 24.
privilege of Inmembers will havo the
viting outside guests.

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Appeal to Colhge Men because in no
other Clothes can they express
their individuality so we)) at
such a reasonable price.

145 West Main St.

loot

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ui
"""
meeting was a decided treat to those
who were fortunate enough to bo pros-nn- t
A hriof outline
of the art of
was given by Miss Vivian
,
.
DcLalne, after which nursery rhymes
re- vlslon of the hall and
.Tnn.
i
uuiu Amnrlfinn nnrl
mill aiuiiua, l.ntl. jimciivui.
ports on receipts and expenditures
told. Dean
nnnnn. wp.tr charmingly
A committee appointed at the com
Anna J. Hamilton presented the club
pletion of the hall continued In office
with a beautiful Mother Goose calenuntil June, 1915, consisted of Mrs.
dar for 1917.
Solomon L. VanMeter, Mrs. O. L.
The Library Club Is not an organizaBradley and Mrs. F. A. Atkins. When
tion for only those Interested In or
about to elect a successor to Mrs.
taking the course In Library Science,
Caroline Wallls, matron, who resigned
as many think, but Is a club for every
'Jin June. 1911, the Board of Control
one Interested in literature, arts unu
was liuormea mat a matron nau ueun
science. Students in any department
appointed already and the dormitory
of the University are eligible.
would be managed under a different
The next meeting of the club will
plan. Since then no board had been
be held on Wednesday, November 15
named until last week, the hall having
at 4:30 o'clock In the club room in been managed by Dean Hamilton, unBuilding.
the basement of the Library
der the direction of President Barker.
"Contemporary American Novelists"
has anNone of the appointees
All
is the subject of the program.
nounced whether she will accept the
who admire Jack London, Booth
charge.
James Lane Allen, Mrs.
Kate Douglas Wiggins, Harold
PROFESSOR FARQUHAR AND
Bell Wright, and scores of others, are
JUDGE CHALKLEY SPEAKERS.
invited to come and hear something
new and interesting about them. The
Professor E. F. Farquhar, professor
club will receive some interesting bioof literature,
and Judge Lyman
graphical sketches direct from the
Ohalkley, professor in the College of
publishers of tlhese and many others
Law, will speak before the Women's
which will be placed on the Library Club Saturday
afternoon. The former
the Library reading
Club shelf in
will
talk on "Immigration in the
room.
South," and the latter on "Americanization."

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"If a Laugh was worth $1, You'd Leave Here Rich"

ATTRACTIVE

MEETING

Mrs. Elizabeth King Smith, Mrs. A.
M. Harrison and Mrs. Shelby T.
were appointed a board of control and management for Patterson
Hall by the Executive Committee of
the Board of Trustees of the University of Kentucky In special session
Wednesday.
An act appropriating a special fund
for building and furnishing Patterson
Hall, nrovided also for a board of
three women to draw up regulations
for the discipline and control of
Har-biso-

ALL NEW BUT THE NAME
20.

BOARD OF WOMEN TO
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MADE.

The Ada Meade Theatre offers one
of the best attractions of the season
the latter part of this week. Girls,
comedians, music, and dancing are
only a few of the many features of
the show at the popular playhouse.
The management Is trying to give better attractions this year than ever before, and if what the dramatic critics
of the East say about his week's attraction is to be taken at anything
like par value, this show will prove
the best ever seen at a popular priced
playhouse in Lexington.
On account of the patronage given
the Ada .Meade by University of Kentucky students, every effort Is being
made to please them and this show
will prove no exception. It Is seldom
that the management takes upon Itself to praise one of Its own programs,
but the one this week is too good to
be kept secret. Lack of space will not
permit a detailed enumeration of its
merits, but everyone who Bees it will
concede that it is "some show."

Tests are being made in the Civil
Engineering laboratories of the University of stone to be used in a monument for Jefferson Davis.
General Bennett H. Young, of Louisville, president of the Jefferson Davis
Home Association, sent in to ProfesREDDISH ADDRESSES
sor D. V. Terrell specimens of Btone
PRE-ME- D
SOCIETY
from several quarries in the nelghor-hooof the Davis home on which he
Dr. W. D. Reddish, a prominent
is running tests for strength and wear-lu- Lexington physician,
the
addresed
qualities.
PreMedIcal Society at its regular
meeting Monday evening. The meets
"The book I just finished said, 'The ing was well attended and Dr.
talk was a very Interesting one.
drank in her beauty.'
hero
The society has arranged to havo lo"However could he do that?"
I guess." cal and. prominent
doctors
"Through his
to address it In the future.
Tiger.

Men of

"Here Are suits
Wilh a

college Education"
Exclaimed a young fellow
purchasing one of our suits.
He was right. Each garment
must come up with the required number of College credits to get in here.
New Styles, New Colors,
New Belted Backs, Double
and Single Breasted Styles.

STATE
YouU be interested in the
new vaterns in
Pinch Back

New College Men's

Hats, Shoes, Shirts,
Furnishings, etc.,

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Your window's tilled with bars and
framed In stone.
We've lived such different lives,
tlio people say,
Hut from my house to yours Is
but a way.

ADDRESS BY SEERLEY

Lonesome Beatiyville
Girls Looking For
Sensible Men

NO BEAUTY HANDICAP

If tlicro nro In thin University two
How great the distance is, no one can
gentlemen of good sense, who could
tell
look nftcr oxtonsivo oil interests, n
For you, who went that way, don't
Job Is awaiting thcin at Honttyvlllc.

know it well;
Two young Indies of Hint city doslro
You took each forward step as in a
to correspond with such persona,
spell.
all the available men in that
Hut Unit our ihearts are differcountry have gone to the border and
ent, who can say?
they want to bo helped along on the
Ah, from my house to yours Is
road of matrimony.
K. I). V.
but a way.
Those interested may write to Miss
A. 1J. C. and Miss X. Y. Z., box 301,
PRESIDENT BARKER ADDRESSES
IlcnttyvUlo, Ky.
It is rumored that the Jilted Breth- FARMERS' CHAUTAUQUA FRIDAY.
ren will run a special train to HonttyPresident H. S. Marker delivered the
vlllc this afternoon.
principal address Friday at the farmers' chautauqua assembly being held
EDISON JOULE SOCIETY.
at norea.
H. J. Kolbey, a Russian student, will

Well?
address the Edison Joule Society at
"I understand that you didn't do so
its regular meeting, November 17.
His subject will pertain to the indus- well at that School of Chiropody."
trial conditions of this country. U. S. "No they put me at the foot of the
Garred Is also on the program.
class." Gargoyle.

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care to spend a great deal for it. We have solved the problem on
floor covering In a "Waltes" Grass Rug. "Waite Rugs are vory attractive In coloring and very durable. We show a complete assortment
of sizes in all the colorings. Not expensive but very satisfactory.

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Noted Lecturer Makes Pow
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Tuesday

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CITY BANK BUILDING

"Tho man or woman, who has form
good habits when his or hor char
actor lias boon molded, mrfy ho said to
Iiavo found himself or horHolf, as tho
case may ho," said Dr. V. X. Seorloy
In an address on tho "Formation of
Habit" to tho students of tho University Tuosday morning In chnpcl.
Dr. Soorloy is of Springfield, Mass.,
when? ho is engaged in tho prepara
tion of secretaries and physical in
structors for work in tho Y. M. C. A.
He Is now making n tour of tho Southern colleges and Universities, his visit
here being arranged by tho University V. M. C. A.
On Tuesday
at 3:30
afternoon
o'clock ho delivered another Interesting address to the battalion nnd other
students on "Sex Education." Secretary Johnson, of tho University Y. M.
C. A., announced
that Dr. Seerley
would ho delighted to grant an interview to any student Interested in the
preparation of Y. M. C. A. secretaries
and physical instructors.

WILDCATS ARRANGING
STRENUOUS SCHEDULE
From present prospects the Wildcats will have a strenuous season next
year with the best teams in tho South
as contenders. Dr. Tigert is already
looking ahead and games with
Sewaneo, Tennessee, Mississippi A nnd M., Indiana and Miami look
like sure things. Indiana and Miami
have not been on the schedule for
some years. Indiana will be a new
comer, should the game with that
university be arranged. The Indiana
club is coached by Director Steihm.
Dr. Tigert has been in correspondence
with Director Steihm and arrangements have almost been closed for the
game with the Bloomlngton aggregation.
Miami is an old rival of tho University of Kentucky but games between
these colleges have not been played
for a long time. When Miami and
Kentucky engaged in an annual squabble there was almost as much interest over the game as there was in the
Thanksgiving game. Miami always
has a clean,
bunch of
lighters.
The University of Louisville will
probably bo retained on the menu
card. It now seems probable that tho
Wildcat management will be able to
arrange for games with such teams as
Vanderbilt and Sewaneo in tho South
and still keep tho annual Thanksgiving game with Tonnesseo.
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did it, but it is noteworthy that students are usually accused of being present in numbers when vandalism of
tin's kind is done." Here we agree with the good judge.
Published every Thursday throughout the College year by the student body of University students are always accused of being presthe University of Kentucky, for the benefit of the students,
ent when property is destroyed. That is what the Keralumni and faculty of the Institution.
nel objects to. We want to know why the public accuses them of being present before proof is adduced.
THE KENTUCKY KERNEL Is the official newspaper of the University.
The Kernel would be the last to condone
It is Issued with the view of furnishing to Its subscribers all the college news
on the part of students or any one else, and recomof Kentucky, together with a digest of items of Interest concerning the univermends that if any one be proved guilty of the offenses
sities of other States and Canada.
charged by our reckless contemporaries he be punished
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
SUBSCRIPTION. ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR.
eommensurately with the degree of his crime. T3ut we
mail matter.
Entered at Lexington I'ostofflce as
object to making the student body of the University of
Kentucky the scape-gofor all the sins of the city. We
EDITORIAL STAFF.
take the liberty of suggesting to His Honor of Water
EUITOIMNCHIEF
William Shlnnick
Assistant Editor Street that he instruct the police to look for
Ulllard Turner
when crimes are committed and not for University
Managing Editor
Wayne Cottingham
students.
"Squirrel Food"
J. Franklin Corn
In the controversy that has been opened, the Kernel
"Cocd"itor
Miss Eliza l'iggott
feels that it has before it ample material for recriminaAthletic Editor
Thomas Underwood
tion against the city officials who delivered themselves
Exchange Editor
J. R. Marsh
of harsh sentiments concerning us, but as we are not
Y. W. C. A.
Mildred Graham
Miss
ourselves without sin we refuse to recast the stones
.. Mining
Eugene Elder
which the papers and the public not so long since took
Literary
Herbert Schabcr
great delight in heaving at them. We ask only for jusAgriculture
Harry Cottrcll
tice for the University.
REPORTERS.
In this connection, it might be well for our own
Hyron Bacon Black
Thornton Connell.
John S. Sherwood.
authorities to make a little more stanch defense of us
BUSINESS STAFF.
and not quite so muclj abject apology.
Business Manager
Joe M. Robinson

The Kentucky Kernel

law-breaki-

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Let Justice Be Done.
Does the University of Kentucky get a square deal
from the press and thepeople of the city of Lexington
in the matter of criticism for disorders? The same
question applies to the officials and' the police force of
the city. The spirit of adverse criticism which seems to
animate Lexington at times in its attitude toward the
student body was exemplified in a particularly aggravated form last week, when Hallowe'en disorders, both
parts of
on the downtown streets and in
city, were attributed promiscuously to the students
the
of the University, without due regard to facts and before a fair investigation had been made concerning the
identity of the
We reprint in other columns of this issue reports
from The Lexington Herald' of last Wednesday and Saturday, which show how little pains for accuracy were
taken by the writer or by his informant. The reports
are reproduced as they appeared in the Herald and the
latter one asserts that the damage attributed to lawbreakers on October 31 was magnified to an inexcusable
extent. This paper stated that the crowd which attacked a street car on South Limestone