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The Kentucky Kernel
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

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VOL. XII

LEXINGTON. KY

MAY 19, 1922

No. 29

Blue Ridge "The Land Of The Sky"
SOUTHERN COLLEGES TO
BE
AT

WELL

REPRESENTED

BLUEJIDGE

MEET

Sherwood Eddy and Many

Other Interesting Speakers to be Present
70

DELEGATIONS THERE

Students Expected
Every School

BLUE RIDGE

KENTUCKY

EPSILON Of

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON

Chapter

Local

Purchases

New Home on South
Limestone Street

TO REMODEL BUILDING

Second Fraternity to Own
Club House

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Articles incorporating the Kentucky
Epsilon chapter of Sigma Alpha
Epsilon were filed with the county
clerk Saturday. The names and addresses of tho incorporators aro J. T.
Jackson, Jr., J. D. Turner, Mervln K.
Ehlen and E. B. Wehb, of Loxlngton,
and V. C. Rogers, of Frankfort, Ky.
The corporation will have no capital
stock and will not be conducted for tho
purpose of private pecuniary profit,
Tho principal offico and place of business will bo Lexington. Tho nature of
tho business proposed to bo transacted
"Is to promote the general wolfaro and
best interests of tho Kentucky Epsilon
Chapter of Sigma Alpha Spsilon fraternity at tho University of Kentucky,
to promote good fellowship and social
life among tho members of tho
manage,
conduct,
to
operate and carry on a club house at
which tho momhors of tho association
may live and nt which they may meet
und conduct meetings; to acquire by
purchase, or lease, suitable real estate for said purposes."
Tho highest amount of Indebtedness
or liability which tho corporation may
at any timo incur shall not oxceod
$25,000.
A later

"C"

By Rev. Wallace Palmer.

Bible Teacher, Community Concer-enc- e
of Y. W. C. A.
Blue Ridge with the mountains encircling,
And tho valley that's lying between;
The sun in his glorious splendor,
Bathing all in a golden sheen.
Blue Ridge the storm clouds are
gatherig,
plays bright;
And the lightning
cross the sky
And the voice of the Lord rolls in
thunder
To tell us that He is still nigh.
when tho mountains are
purpling.
And tho hush of the evening weaves
garment of rest for the weary at
heart,
And tho winds sigh good night to
leaves.

Blue Ridge

A

Ridge whoro tho
drop softly
To mingle with music of streams;
And the flowers high up on tho mountains
Shyly toll to the moonlight their
dreams.

Blue

Blue Ridgo

bird-note- s

with its fun and its

laugh-tor-

,

With its days and its nights of delight
Where tho voices of children sound
sweeter
And tho dim oyos of ago grow more
bright..
Ridge
with its splendid endeavor,
With its spirit and high, holy light;
help us, Great Master, in heaven,
To go forth and stand for tho right.

Blho

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report gives out tho information that tho Sigma Alpha Ephilon
Professor L. L. Dantzlor of the defraternity has purchased tho resi- partment of English delivorod tho
streot
Limestone
dence on South
commencement address at Leitchfield,
(Continued on page 5)

Kentucky Inst week.

What Blue Ridge Means

WINS

FREEMAN PRIZE CUPS

Layman Wins Honors
Individual Cadet for
Second time

in

McVEY PRESENTS CUP
Six Military Men pledged
"Boots and Saddles"
Company C of the University battalion of Cadets under the leadership
of Captain Harold Enlow and Sponsor
Mary Colvin, won tho silver loving
cup given by Colonel George D. Freeman, in the competitive drill
on Stoll Field Tuesday afternoon, May 1G. Harry Layman a junior
in tho College of Engineering was tho
winner for tho second timo in succession of tho $5 prize awarded tho best
individual drilled cadet.
Each company tested separately by
tho judges for the afternoon and the
number of points averaged, company
C having tho largest number. Attendance, appearanco and alortness with tho
accuracy of complying to commands
wero tho prepregisites considered in
winning. Between competition of tho
threo companies tho individual drill
was hold and a manual of arm by tho
ontiro battalion was set to music
furnished by tho University Band.
At tho ond of tho program Company
C was called forward and Prosident
McVoy prosontod tho cup
with a
short speech of congratulation to the
Captain of tho company.
A very attractive feature of tho afternoon was the pledging of six mon
to Boots and Saddles honorary military fraternity. Tho six men wore
called out of ranks and the II vo high- (Continued on pago 5)

It means memories and friends.
It means boys and girls and Christian idealism and Southern cordiality.
It means a climb bp the mountains
and a descent into the valley vision
and service.
It means earth's prose transmuted
into heaven's poetry.
It means folks who are what the'
ought to be, or nearly so.
It means the high spot so far in
spiritual experience.
answered,
It means questions
problems solved, lives changed and
dedicated.
and
It moans

It means being liked for that you
would like to be.
It means a now personal label: "I
am a Blue Ridge." There aro tens of
thousands of Blue Ridges. They belt
the globe. To meet Blue Rldger
again is to talk Blue Ridge.
It means hearing a Voice calling
you.
It means what you would liko to say
but cannot. What did his vision of
Johovnh mean to IsaiahV What did
tho Transfiguration of his Matser Master mean to Peter? What did tho opon
heaven mean to John?
And It will mean, or may
you will, something equally
ful and beautiful to YOU.
H. Horno, University of Now

$5

REWARD

mean, if
wonder-

Herman
York.

$5

John Burks, director of the Stroller Club has offered a reward of $5
for the finding and return of the
original
Manuscript
of
"The
Thirteenth
Chair."
This Is a
valuable manuscript and any Information concerning it would be
greatly appreciated.

From

Blue Ridge is located in one of the
most beautiful parts of the Blue Ridge
mountains of North Carolina, several
miles from the nearest town. The
glory of the mountains, with their
wonderful sunsets, the wildness of
the forests and the beauty of the
streams makes tills an ideal spot for
the conference of Southern Students.
Blue Ridge, where the South reigns
supreme, is the name on every tongue
of those who know what it is, and
particularly of those who have been
to see. There'll be deligates from
and
as we recall that old song,
"Are you from Dixie," and Kentucky
will be well represented too.
Tenn-e-sse-

BLUE

RIDGE

'ATTENDANCE

Number of Schools, 70.
Total Attendance of each State:
Alabama, 20; Georgia, 60; Louisiana, 8; N. Carolina, 40; Tennessee, 79;
Florida, 24; Kentucky 21; Mississippi,
30; S. Carolina. 42; Virginia, 50.
Attendence by Profession: Professors, 44; Ministers, 7; Leaders, 2G;
Secretaries, 27; Visitors 32; Students
351; Prep. Students, 31; Life Calling
Croup C7; Foreign Students 16; Total, G04.
Faculty Students
Church
Baptist
13
77
3
12
Christian
Congregational
2
2
G
Episcopal
3
S
0
Luthern
32
123
Methodist
19
Presbyterian
S9
17S
Others
37
109
495
Total
Athletics:
1. Total Points, Georgia Tech., first
place; Clemson College Second.
2. Aquatic Sports, Alabama Tech..
first place; N. C. State sevond place.
3 Track
Events. Georgia Tech.,
first Place; Miss A. &, M.,. second place
4. Track Events, Ga(erSoMho T..
4 Basoball, University of Fla., first
placo; N. C. State, second place.
0. Volley
Ball,
Vanderbilt
first
placo; Davidson, second plnce.
G
Single Trlnty
Tennis,
first
placo; Clotnson, second placo; Double
Clemson first placo; Davidson, second placo.
7 Basket Ball, Kentucky, first placo
Auburn, Second placo.
Special pennent given to each
win-nor-

Srme Leaders
Dr. Ilonry H. Sweets of Louisville,

Doan of tho Church representative.
(Continued on Pago 5.)

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fall I hnve nbout lost track of tho hap- Ky.
penings nt 'State.' Will you plcnRO
see that my nddress Is corrected so
that I will receive tho publications?
I don't know just how I stand in reX
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gard to dues to tho Association hut
OGLESBY
PHILLIUS
enclose a chock for 5 to make sure
is, in and 20, also voul come hiu U.
The F. D. Lawrence
The encasement of Miss Kathleen
Prizes will ho offered for the alum-m- Oglesby. '21, to Itohert E. Phillips of that I stay on tho list," II. K. (Hub.)
Electric Co.
trae!ln the grontonf distance to Princeton, Ky., was announcod last Caylo 'M.
Mr. Oalde, itnmedlatoly after 'reof
to the representative
tho
Fourth St. Cincinnati, Ohio
Sntunlay. Miss Oglesby, whoso homo
the oldest elans ami to the class hav- ts at 3nnUi Ann, Cnl., was graduated ceiving his B. S. Agr., became county
Electrical Supplies
agent of Simpson County, Kentucky.
ing the largest reirhtorocl attendance.
from the University of Kentucky last In 1915 ho joined tho stnff of the Agriyx
Wholesale
year. She took her major work In cultural Experiment Stntion of MisEDITORS WILL COMPETE
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Electric Co.
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WARNER P. SAYEItS.
ber of Alpha (Inmma Delta Sorority
Providence, Louisiana.
Offers Prize through Press Asstclation and tho Agricultural, Horace Mann Farms at Lake
Sec'y, Sales Mgr.
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tho proprietors, Church & Gaylo,- of
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the "Rig Creek Plantation," Turrell,
$2 a Year
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1. This
JOURNALISTS WILL CELEBRATE Ark.
For all Former Students
by ii cash prize offered by Professor
: Alumni Secretary, University of
Enoch Greham, Head of the Depart- Alpha Delta Sigma Plans Innovation
Kentucky, Lexington.
ment of Journalism of the University
"I have changed my home nddress
For Commencement Week
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of Kentucky.
so please see that your mailing list is
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corrected so the 'Kernel' will reach
j
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How To Use
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im uum sory note. I presume the Kernel will
Two members of the class ot zuiment weeic. Many aiumm
journalis-owner- s
JOSEPHINE TUCK BAKER, Editor
have joined the i links of editors an. prominent positions in the
keep us posted as to the success of
of Kentucky newspapers, Joe' tic profession will return for the job this movement." R. II. Guerrant '08,
A Monthly Magazine
lificntion.
T. Lovett. the Renton
Clifton Avenue, Chicago, 111.
$2.50 THE YEAR
of tho committees, while
Members
and Keen Johnson, the Anderson
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of
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Copy
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News.
the Industrial Appliance Company, 332 Send 10c for Sample
came editor and owner of the Pine-vill- their meting, intimated that it would South La Salle Street, Chicago. He
ArrangetoSun more than a year ago. Wil- be a distinct Innovation.
was with the American Steel Founliam C. Shinnick '17 is the welt known ments may bo made for a few alumni dries plant at Chicago from 1914 until
Correct English Pub. Co.
publisher of the Shelby Record. Other and friends of the University who are he went into service in 1917 with
EVANSTON, ILLINOIS
executives of the Courier-Journa- not members of the fraternity to at- Ordnance Department at Rock Island,
alumni are
Lextend the meeting.
and Owensboro Inquirer,
111.
He was also a member of the
X
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ington Herald and other leading newsNational Safety Counsel. He has held
papers, in addition to a host of reporBARNES & HALL
his present position since 1920.
ters, copy readers and advertising
DRUGGISTS
solicitors.
Is Animal HusB. F. Creech,
East Main St.
Virbandry Specialist for the West
BALLOTS ARE MAILED
"I am sending you a check for $5. ginia Experiment
Station, Morgan-town- .
by the Candle Club, a
contributed
During the last four years he
Prescriptions a Specialty
Alumni are Voting for Officers and small girls' club of which I am the has been very successful in driving
secretary. We only scrub animals from the State and has
corresponding
Amendment to Constitution
Fine Assortment
wish we could givp more but this lit- demonstrated his ability to organizo
Ballots have been sent out to all tle is gladly given. I am always glad the live stock farmors.
I
of
active members of the Alumni Associ- to do my part for the Association.
of the As- am also sending my personal check
A. B. Beaumont 'OS writes "Acation to vote for officers
sociation and on an amendment to tho for $5 for the Memorial Building fund. cording to this scheme of
NUNNALLY'S CANDLES
Constitution proposed at the last Best wishes for success In tho drive." my class, 'OS, would have its
Ky.
Lena Clem '18, Bedford,
meting of the Association.
next year and the others, except the
would provide
youngest two classes, would be isolatThis amendment
"If you will write me what the dues ed entirely from the classes which
that former students recently admittour entire were in college at the same time. I
ed to full membership in the Associa- are, will send check for
would not be allowed to hold membership with list paid up, giving wonder if the Alumni Association has
tion
major offices in the Association. The you at once a representative member- ever considered a plan of
LEAK
such as recently adopted at Cornell,
Executive commltee at its regular ship for the Clark County Club."
whereby contemporaneous classes are
monthly meeting May 8 voted unani- Davis D. Crabb ex, President.
X
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brought back at the same time. I
mously in opposition to this amend"Here in the heart of the hills of think the plan has its merits. Certain
JEMS EVERPOINTED
ment and directed that its recommy pro ly, as a member of 'OS, I should like to
and other Metal Pencils
mendation be placed on the ballot old Kentucky I am practicing
fession and the prospects look fine. renew acquaintance and friendships
sent to the alumni.
IE name VENUS is your
Delegates to the convention of the This is the growing part of the state, among classes of '09, '10 and '11."
X guarantee of perfection.
and is yet in its infancy an ideal
For several years Professor BeauAssociation of Alumni Secretaries
Absolutelv crumble-nroomont was on tho staff of Cornell Unihold at Champaign, 111., May 4, 5 and place for a young man to locate.
smooth and perfectly graded.
of any assistance to versity in the Department
"If I can be
of Soil
6, were informed that stato universi7 DEGREES
say Technology. Since 1917 he has been
2B soft & black H mcd. hard
ties and endowed colleges generally you in this part of the state just
the word." Emery L. Frazier
B soft
sH hard
connected with the Massechusetts
are making a drive for
F firm
4H extra hard
Agricultural College at Amherst.
as members of their association be- Whitesburg, Ky.
HB medium for general use
cause of the greatly increased mem15c prr tube of 12 leads;
$1.50 per dozen tubes
Shelby County, Tenn., is putting on
"Enclosed you will find informa- bership possible. There are 2,170 livIfyour dealer cannot supply you write us.
University of a big Dairy campaign, many promin- - tion card and my check for two dol- ing graduates of the
American Lead Pencil Co.
ent business men of Memphis, as well lars. I shall bo glad to recolve the
Kentucky and more than 14,000
, New York
215 Fifth Ave., Dept.
as several of the larger implement Kernel at my business address.
Ask us about the new
VENUS EVERPOINTED PENCILS
and the extentlon
Kentucky Club
firms, bankers
"I am member of tho
forces, Farm Bureau apd the rail- at Louisville and always ready to
LOST LIST ANNOUNCED
boost U. K. We have one of the best
The Alumni Secretary will be pleas- roads cooperating.
Carrie Ledwiclge, Arts and Science
Two old Kentucky men have repre- - Universities in tho country and all
ed to have information of the followsentation for the Railroads; Casey wo need is the support and help of freshman, who undorwent an operaing alumni on the "lost" list.
Perry. Calen Sykes, '79; Wright. Smith now Agricultural Agent with au alumni. One of my great desires tion for appendicitis hefore the Easter
Henry Moses, '79; Eubank, Burton the Illinois Central; and M. L. Me- - j8 to see the Wildcats football chain- - vacation at the Good Samaritan hospiPendergast, '84; Riley, Otis Violott, Cracken, '1G Agricultural Agent with pions of the South." R. C. Mayhall tal, has returned to Patterson Hall and
Agnew, '90; the Louisville & Nashville, located at
Engineering Department, Louis- - will soon he ahle to return to classes.
84; Wilson, Margaret
Dunlay, Mrs. George V.( Katherines Memphis and Paris, Tenn. respectiveBoth are Alpha Zeta men from
I. Adams) '93; Bryan, John Irwin, '93; ly.
Railey, Morton Sanders, '93; Mnre, Scovell Chapter.
Cora E., '93; Aulick, Edwin C, '94;
Wilbur wesley Stevenson graduated
Koiser, Benqamin Christopher, ' 94;
Trigg, William Clay, '94; Dawning, In the class of 1911, receiving a B. M.
Joseph Milton. '95; Dean, Thomas Ro- E.; and his M. E. degree in 1915. He
750 Frelinghuysen Avenue,
entered tho employ of the Westing-housland, '96; Trigg, John Henry, 96.
Newark, N.
Manufacturing
Electric nnd
Morrow, Joseph, '99; Hundley. Leslie
Boston Buffalo Chicago New York Philadelphia
00 Hestand, John Emerson, '00; Jones, Company as mechanical engineer in
Thomas Almon. '00; Moore, Thomas their East Pittsburgh plant. In 1915 he
Brent, '01; Crlder, Albert Foster, '02; was made manager of Works DepartMANUFACTURERS OF WEATHER
ment and remained there until 1917
Stoner. John Leo, '02; Summer,
ff
'02; Taylor, Flemen Coffee, '02; when he became a member of the
Mrs. Francis H. '03; (Mary W. Efficiency Department of tho Jones &
Ellis,
with the help ef the following KeKtucklaaa
Austin); Gaither, Edgar Basil, '03; Luughlin Steel Company ut PittsJ. E. Boiling. 'IS
J. I. Lyle, '98
Rand, burgh. Since 1920 Mr. Stevenson has
Calloway, Clarence A., '03;
H. Worsha, '1
E. T. Lyle, '
of
the
Edward, '03; Whltting hill, JackBon been Efficiency Engineer
K. Waterflll, '2
L. L. Lewis, '7
Duquesue Light Company, Chamber of
P., '03;
J. H. Bailey. '2
M. S. Smith, 'M
Smedley, Commerce Building, Pittsburgh. His
Doyle, Martin A.. '04;
W. B. Theratea, '21
ft. L. Jones, '12
Surah C. '04; Smith, Thomas Harshall, residence address is 1125 Lancaster
C. E. Zerfaaa, '21
R. R. Taliaferro, 'IS
Swlssvale Station,
'04; Kroell, Oscar Robert, '05; Mur- Avenue,
Paddison,
phy, Ernest James, '05;

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Lebanon, Mny 2H S;)oHnl Mpptine.
In honor of President McVey
and high school nonlors.
Detroit, Mny 27 fl.apt Saturday),
dlnnor, Dlxlolnnd Inn.
Denver, .hint 1 (Frt Thursday)
University
12:80.
lnnchoon
Club.
Now York, .Tnno 12

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(Sociond Mon-

day) lnneheon IB: SO, Uunttora
Club.

Carrollton, Juno 1!1 (Second Tuesday), luncheon.
Lexington, .Turn? Ill -- Heuulon.

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The killing of a charging elephant
at Ilfteen paces in Indo China Is one
of the recent experiences of A. M.
Kirby. '07, branch manager of the
Standard Oil Company in that field.
Lions, tigers and other big game have
contributed to the notches on Mr.
Kirby's rifle, according to a letter received by Professor Zembrod.
Augustus M. Kirby, of Butler Ky.,
received his A. B. degree at the University of Kentucky in 1907, and immediately afterwards went to the
Philippine Island for the U. S. Agriculture Department. While there he
held the following positions: agriof
culture advisor, superintendent
schools, provincial treasurer, and representative of the Standard Oil Company. In 1015 he was sent to Amoy,
China, to look after the Standard Oil
interests there, and the next year to
Hongkong, China.
When the United States declared
war he returned to the University
and joined the Radio service here.
From Lexington he was sent to camp
Mead Md., and later to New Jersey.
While in the army he was commissioned second lieutenant in the Signal
Corps.
Immediately after his discharge Mr.
Kirby received a telegram from the
Standard Oil Company, offering him
his former position. He accepted and
went to Franch province in Indo
China, where he is branch manager.
Mr. Kirby entered the University in
1903, and made a very good record
during his entire four years course.
He was a member of the Alpha Tau
Omega fraternity and president of
the senior class. He said that the
French he took in the University helped him a great deal in his work.
Professor Zembrod has received
several interesting kodak pictures of
elephants and tigers that Mr. Kirby
had killed on recent hunts and an
account of the difficulties he encountered.
He expects to return to his home
in September and will bring his wife
with him.

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Will

Clubs
Send Delegates
Delegates from alumni clubs will be
entitled to cast one vote for each
three active members of their respective clubs in the business meetinc: of
the Association. This is provided in
the Constitution as amended in 1911.
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Elijah
Stiles,
(leorpe Lucas, ')";
llland, Wr, Hnulen. Mrs. Scott
Wathcn), '05; Weaver, Walter
Simeon, 'OB; Wright, Charles Hoy, '05;
McClelland, Hyron, 0G.

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Plan Announced
A full attendance of the 3S3 members of classes holding their regular
five year
June 13 and a fair
representation of the contemporary
classes joining for the first time under
the Dix plan, is the aim of the Commencement Committee.
Several innovations In entertainment are proposed by tho General Committee to
keep the visitors busy from 8 a. m. until midnight on Alumni Day.
An assembly by colleges, alumni,
faculty and members of the graduating class, from 8 until 10 a. m. will
bo held as last year.
The unnual business meeting of the
Association will bo held in Chapel
beginning at 10:30 a. m. Class luncheons will be held on the campus ut
noon, the
classes 77, 82, 87,
92, 97, 02, 07, 12 and 17 heading the
group of alumni who were in tho University during their senior year. Under this new plan the classes of 78,
n

80, 83, 84, 85, 88, 89, 90, 93, 94, 95, 9S,
99, 00, 03, 04, 05, 08, 09, 10, 13, 14, 15.

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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
ATTENTION
MEN!

EX-SERVI-

STILL

members of the
Men's Club of Inst yenr nro
naked to meet In the Y. M. C. A. on
Monday May 22 at 3:30 p. m. Important business Is to be settled.
Our lawyers have advised tbnt tho
suit aRolnst the University bo
since the University lias
npreed to meet tho terms of the law
for the future. This leaves n large
cash surplus In the hands of tho
trustee, who Is anxious to make an
accounting before tho end of tho
school year. Only thoso who paid
dues last year are entitled to sit
in the meetings of the club.
Signed:
H. J. BEAM, President.
W. H. PEAL, Trustee
All

paid-u-

INTERCLASS

We Need You
and
You Need Us
We Know
We Have Been Students
UNIVERSITY
SHOE
REPAIR SHOP
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Juniors Loose to First Year Three Match Tournament
Goes to Kentucky
Men in Last Few
Score 1
Innings
2--

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The Freshmen tightened thier hold
on first place In the class league by

Tho University of Kentucky Tennis
team defeated tho Georgetown racket
wlolders at Georgetown Wednesday,
May 10,
In a three match tourna
mcnt. Daniels of Georgetown defeat
ed Tllton, of Kentucky,
in
tho first motch. In the doubles Bam
her and Haydon for Kentucky trimm
ed Stucky and Bergheimer, of Goorog
town,
In tho final and de
elding match, Spillman, of Kentucky,
defeated Ragland, of Georgetown,

MILLER
SCHOOL OF
BUSINESS
Building

Woolworth

defeating tho Juniors Monday afterPhone 982.
noon. Tho first year men came
from behind in the Inst inning and
Get Your Hair Cut
scored six runs. Walden pitching his
For Any Kind of Dental Service
first gamo for the Sophs wns rather
W. B. MARTINS
Call on
wild nil during the game, losing comDRS. SLATON & SLATON
BARBER SHOP .
plete control in tho Inst frame. His
Dentist
115 S. LIMESTONE
wlldness coupled with errntlc fielding
127 CHEAPSIDE
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contributed to the victory of the
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Return matches will bo played on
Freshmen. Carter relieved Lafferty
KENTUCKY NINE EASY
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Shave
the University courts May 24. Today
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In Selecting a University
in the fifth nnd as the team was bethe team plays Wesleyan at Wincheshind when he entered the Kox receives ter. Tilton, Bamber, Haydon, Spill'
VICTORS OVER CENTRE credit for the victory.
man, Adkins and Little made the trip.
AB R H PO A E A return match with the Clark county
FRESHMEN
4 1 0 1 1 0 lads will be arranged In the near fu
If
Game Belonged to Wildcats Beatty, ss
For a college education, there are five
4 2 1 1 3 1 ture.
Rouse,
,
From Beginning of
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things to be taken into consideration:
Much interest is being shown in the
3 0 0 1 0 0 inter-clas- s
Netherton, cf
Second Inning
tournament, going on now
1. The men at the head of the In
4 1 1 3 0 0 on the University courts.
Leach, c
The prelim
1 1 1 3 0 2 inaries in each class will be over today
After having been forced to bow in Jones, 3b
stitution.
TIE PINS
3 0 2 1 0 0 and next Monday the main tourna
defeat in all of the games on tho Browri, rf
1 0 0 1 4 0 ment will start.
trip, the Wildcat nine easily Rohs, 2b
Southern
2. The
Scholastic
standing and
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defeated Centre last Saturday after- Mays, 2b
CUFF LINKS
ability of the Teaching Staff.
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noon. The final count was 10 to 1. Laflerty, p
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"Slug" Fleahman pitched a masterful Carter, n
Monogram and
3. The location and advantages of
game and was never in danger with
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the exception of the first inning.
environment.
Initial
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"Dutch" Burnham continued his migh SOPHMORES
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ty slugging, getting four safeties out Williams, 3b
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of five trips to the platter, one of Hogg, 2b
Buckles and
tories and libraries.
1 1 1 0 0 0 More couples are desired to enter the
which was a powerful line drive to left Fuller, rf
to
2 1 1 2 2 1 mixed couple tennis tournament
Arnold, ss
center good for the circuit.
6. Cost.
Belts
3 0 1 7 0 0 be held here some time next week, the
The Colonels opened the festivities Kelly, lb
3 0 1 2 0 0 exact
by scoring In the first frame on two Johnson, cf
In all these respects the University of
date not having been definitely
New Spring Designs
walks, a sacrifice and an error. Not Langsford,
settled as yet, Prof. H. H. Downing
Kentucky Commends Itself to those seek301000
abashed by this gift, the Wildcats Asher, If
There are at pres3 1 1 4 0 3 announced today.
promptly got busy and before the side Clark, c
ing a higher institution In which to carry
3 1 1 0 0 1 ent only five couples entered, whereas
had been retired four runs had cross- Walden, p
on their education.
ed the plate. Again in the second the
East Main St. Opposite Phoenix
there should be at least 12 couples en5 6 tered in
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Totals
Blue and White representatives scorthe tournament. All those
Lexington, Kentucky
All Departments, including Liberal
Summary: Stolen bases, Miller (2), desiring to enter the tournament
ed two runs on a home run by "Dutch"
Headquarters for "Frat" Jewelry
Netherton, Brown, Arnold, should enter their names with Profesand two singles by Brown and Prlbble. Rouse,
Arts, Sciences, Agriculture, Law, EduNot satisfied the Cats scored again in Langsford; Sacrifice hits, Jones (2), sor Downing as soon as possible.
cation, Mining, Civil, Electrical and
the fourth, fifth and seventh bringing Double plays, Rohs to Miller, Rouse to
the total up to ten markers. Mean- Miller; Strucr out by Lefferty 2, by
The Courier-Journof Sunday May
Alechanical Engineering.
while their opponents had been unable Carter 0, by Walden 3; bases on balls, 14 carried pictures of Dorothy Potter
to tally although there were men on off Carter 1, off Walden 7; hits by who was recently elected as president
pitcher, by Walden (Netherton, Mays) of the Woman's Athletic Association
base in every inning.
Address
pitched an excellent Winning pither, Carter. Umpire
Fleahman
Miss Potter is a
of the University.
s
game, and except for temporary
junior and has played Varsity basket
PRESIDENT FRANK L. McVEY
in the initial frame, was never in
ball through her college course.
danger. On the other hand the Cats
University of Kentucky
Lexington, Ky.
pounded the offerings of Moran and
MEMORIAL DRIVE
Dead C. R. Melcher is to deliver the
Embry for thirteen safeties. Burnham
commencement address at the New
As the Kernel was moving to
was the hitting star of the contest,
Castle High School Friday evening,
press a complete report of the
closely followed by Pribble and Brown
EXCLUSIVE STYLES
May 19.
money subscribed in the Memorial
Yesterday and today tho Cats played
for
Drive conducted on the Campus
the University of Tennessee nine on
Mr. R. A.Daly of Chicago, 111., repre
COLLEGIANS
Thursday by the
Wednesday and
Stoll Field. At the time of going to
senting the West Publishing Co. of St
SPRING SUITS $25.00 TO $50-0Circle was not heard from.
press no results could be obtained.
Paul, Minnesota, was a visitor and leo
The amount for the first day was
Offered in all the
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CENTRE
turer for four days last week in the
about $2,655.
2!0100
Murphy, rf
newest sport models
College of Law. Ho came to see tho
A complete report will be given
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Covington, 2b
Law Library and gave much valuable
In the forthcoming issue of the
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Green, cf
advice and help to the young men and
Kernel.
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Hunter, ss
women just starting into tho practice
HATS $5.00 The logical price
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Carter, lb
of law. His personality was very pleasto pay
a hat this
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Hayes, If
ing and he was willing to help tho
season why pay more
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3b
Lemons.
AGRICULTURE NEWS students in evory way he could.
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Crogor, c
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Moran,
Professor E. S. Good, W. S. Ander3 0 2 0 1 0 son and R. C. Miller of tho Animal
Embry, p
Big showing of Collar Attached
KENTUCKY NOTICE
Husbandary Department of tho ExShirts, Knit Ties & Caps
31 1 8 24 11 G periment
a field
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Station attended
Several students have Kontuck-ian- s
AB R II PO A E mooting at Bowling Green last week.
paid for and have failed to call
KENTUCKY
5 0 1 0 2 0 About three hundred farmers of tho
Underwood, 3b
to get them. Unless thoso annuals
5 2 0 1 0 0 stato attended thi3 gathering where
Sauor, If
are called for within tho next fow 4
SEE OUR WINDOWS
5 3 4 1 4 0 tho breeding of tho farm flock was tho
days they will bo sold.
Burnham, 2b
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2 2 10 0 1 subject for most tho discussion.
Brown, lb
Still have a fow extra annuals.
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$4.00 while they last. Call 2G91 or
Pribblo, c
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3S5 S. Lime.
King, ss
Sonator J. M. Camden recently
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C. V. WATSON,
Boam, rf
tho Experiment Station with a
s
1 0 0 2 0 0 Now Hampshire lamb. Sonator
Jones, cf
Business mgr.
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Tinsloy, cf
flock is reputed to bo ono of tho
(Incorporated)
4
1 1 1 0 0 best in tho country nnd this lamb was
Floahman, p
tho pick of this year's flock.
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Totals
Summary: Two baso hits, Hunter;
Tho Hoof and Horn Club of tho
Where The Dollar Does It's Duty
WORD IN AUTOMATIC PENCILS gjjj
homo runs, Burnham, Brown. Sacri- University will stage a stock judging .3T
fice hits; Covington; stolen bases, Mo- contest this week on tho Experiment MjJ up in out collets ro!or,
name
sold.
ran, Embry, Underwood, Burnham, Station Farm and also on tho farm of tourIvjutiful, ingnwd injxikil.
A
ptactu.il
Boam. Struck out by E. IT. Taylor, Jr. 'This contest wil' i.ni'O cunf tit vut el iij.r
Brown, Kink,
lentil poitpaid bz(.
on
Moran 2, by Embry 1, by Floahman C. bo of beef cattle and the winner wll' Lilvr.il reduction IX
luantitui. SikJ
WUOth Wl'lviW of art
Basos on balls, off Morgan 3, off Embry bo given a silver cup, a prosont from lot dosen
colon in iU thu i pencil to l
Ncvtrlirck
ptoud ot.
1, off Floahman 5. Passed balls, CroOther prize? k'JiK to fit
Mr. E. G. Pattorsou.
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