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Formerly THE IDEA

State University of Kentucky
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, FEB. 3 1916,

VOL. VIII.
WILDCATS
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EXPERIMENT STATION

ANNEX ED BY STATE
TO BE INVESTIGATED
Llcutenant A. W. Gulllon, who has
been visiting many points In Kentucky
comWill Bring Farm Problems To Be Dis- mand before returning to his the Georgetown Again a Victim Friction Between Director
pommodores
in Texas, was a visitor at
cussed and Plans
of the Wildcat
of Station and Federal
Last Year's Team Intact
University last week. Lieutenant GulMade
Crew.
Department is Cause
To Meet State
llon was educated at this University
The county agents of Kentucky, and served as commandant
dur- I S 3 0 TO
PAPER PRAISES WORK
GIRLS PLAY SATURDAY forty in number, met here Tuesday ing the two years precedinghere
the
'
The upper house of the Legislature
open a ten days' session for the gime of Lieutenant A. R. Underwood,
State opened her home basketball
Local basketball fans will be given
problems that con-- He has been mentioned as the suc- - season at Woodland Auditorium Mon- - last week adopted a resolution Intro
discussion of farm
the treat, of the season this "week-enfront county agents and to map out'cessor of Lieutenant Underwood, who day night by defeating the George-th- e duced by Senator Charles D. Arnett,
as Vanderbllt will appear against the
work which they will do during will leave soon to rejoin his regiment, town Tigers 30 to 22, thus making it providing for the appointment of a
Wildcats Friday and Saturday nights the ensuing year. General discus- - however, it is rumored by some, who three straight for the season. George-slon- s
committee of five to investigate the
of farm problems will be hold are "on the inside" of Washington 'town was defeated 29 to 22 earlier In
at Woodland Auditorium and an add- Experiment Station for "alleged fric
ed attraction will be a
game each day in which various speakers affairs, that Lieutenant Gulllon is in the season and Cincinnati was taken
tion existing between the director of
will give their views on farm work. line for a higher and more important into camp on her own floor.
Saturday
night,
Kentucky playing
Ten minutes is allotted to each speak- - appointment abroad.
The game started off rather slowly the station and representatives of the
the .University of Louisville. This er on special subjects,
Federal Department of Agriculture,"
while general
Lieutenant Gulllon recounted some and, increased in spirit and
s
will mark the first appearance of the
will be held on the topic of his experiences on the Mexican asm, both on the part of the players and "the expenditure of moneys colgirls at home this season.
discussed for a period of twenty min border during the Villa and Carranza and spectators as the affair proceed- - lected In the shape of fees."
The Commodores come to Lexing- utes.
When asked his reasons for the in
ai
fliehts.
His rfltrimpnf nnon nartlol- v.ip nnin in
ti,
ton with their last years' team intact
J. M. Paton, president of the N. C. pated, under his leadership, in a scrim- - 'State's favor. When the Georgetown troduction of the resolution, Senator
and promise to put up the strongest & St. L. Railway, will
deliver an mage with the Mexicans in which aggregation came back on the floor, Arnett said that he had been requestargument for double honors seen here address pertaining to the transporta- about fifty were killed.
i'they started a vigorous rally, that cut ed to introduce it by Commissioner
in many years. State with her last tion of limestone, used exclusively in
down State's lead to 2 points before of Agriculture Mat S. Cohen.
year's team was able to divide two soils. There will be no regular proThe resolution cites the fact that
again'.
, she began to locate the basket
SHINNICK EDITOR
double bills with Vandy, but this year gram Saturday, but the day" "will- be
the director of the Experiment Sta
line-uwere
RECORD A few changes in the
must present a new front.
spent in visiting the stock farms of
made by Di Tigert, and his move tion is not a farmer, but a chemist by
Captain Cody who is Captain-elec- t
the Blue Grass section.
(Lexington Herald.)
'proved a wise one, as State gradually education and experience.
-In an editorial in the Lexington
Part ofthe program .fallows:
pf, next year's football" teanH Is prob
William s.a. ShlLiS.;, . a Junior in began to pull away from her oppon- ably the most prominent individual on
Herald, the Experiment Station and
Thursday, February 3.
(the Department of Arts and Science ents again,
the squad. Davidson at the other forDr. Kastle are highly praised for the
at" State 'University "and a former,
MORNING.
Slg)a
fi,
ward position is well remembered for
most excellent work they have been
Meeting called to order 8:30 o'clock, member of The Herald staff, has been 8tandlng. light ln the
,
the electrifying form in which he
and are doing, which in many cases
called to Shelbyvllle on account of ly durmg
J. H. Carmody.
the flrst nalf when he threw
played here last year. Reyer at conApple Demonstrations
(varieties), the serious mness of his father, Ed. iQW fleld and four foul goals. has exceeded the work performed by
fer, is like Davidson, completing his P,
D. Shinnick, editor
of the Shelby George Zerfogg and Longworth, two the Government.
D. Brown, O. F. Floyd.
four years of service on the team.
In commenting further on the reso,
,
Record. During his father's illness
Peach Demonstrations, D. H.
ricanuicu wuu ncic neiii ui uui 1115 lution the Herald says: "The resoluTurner and Blair, guards, have played
''Bill" Shinnick will assume the duties
played well. George
the latter period,
tion introduced into the Senate callJ;wo years, and Woodward,
Plums and Cherries (varieties), W. as the editor of the Record.
slipped away from his position at
and forward, has won his letter in H. Clayton.
ing for an investigation of the Exper'
guard long enough to thrown one of
previous seasons at basketball.
iment Station and particularly of the
ParSmall Fruit (dew berries), J. T.
goals of the game. Durthe prettiest
DOTED LECTURER TO
ker,
director's qualifications for the posiis the only man who Taylor.
ing the contest he was badly cut on
has not played regularly on a varsity Strawberries, M. O. Hughes.
tion shows much bad temper on the
the right cheek. Gumbert played exteam. All of these men have won
part of someone."
Cantaloupes, B. F. Boggs.
ceptlonally well at guard.
fame In other branches of athletics
Dr. Kastle said, about the proposed
Grapes, Wayland Rhoads.
Tavlor demonstrated again that he
at Vanderbllt.
lnvest,satIon'
Home Gardens, William Tye, A. Y. Hugh
Black to Deliver is the star on the Georgetown quintet,
State has three straight victories Finley.
"i am pieasea to learn mat tne
"America Through Scotch
of the season back of her to add conSenate has appointed a committee
Irish Potatoes, F. E. Merriman, H.
Spectacles" Tonight
his captain, Waller, showed up no less
to conduct an investigation into the
fidence to the attack which she will E. McSwain.
conspicuously, when it came to playmake Friday and Saturday
nights.
Sweet Potatoes, J. R. Bird, W. J.' Dr. Hugh Black, noted Scotch ing the passing. game. His excellent affairs of the Experiment Station.
Derrill Hart is playing a star game PIggott.
"I shall certainly do all in my
preacher artd lecturer, will deliver his playing prevented "Jim" Server from
power to bring to the attention of this
at forward and if Captain Zerfoss
AFTERNOON.
famous lecture, "America Through locating the basket very often.
rommittee all of the facts that in any
strikes his stride he is likely to toss Meeting called to order 1:30 o'clock. Scotch Spectacles," in the chapel of
This second victory over the Georgeway throw any light on the conduct
some phenomenal goals. Server got
Dairying, Prof. W. D. Nichols, G. C. the University tonight at 8 o'clock. town five
strengthens Kentucky's
a late start as far as practicing goes, Richardson, J. R. Bird, G. A. Smith ; Doctor Blake has an international rep- and management of the Experiment
chances for State honors. It looks
but is improving rapidly and is ex- General Discussion.
utation as a speaker and it is ex- from here like it will be a race be- Station and its relation to the United
pected" to put up a stellar game at
Smith, A. M. pected that the chapel will be crowd- tween State and Louisville although it (States Department of Agriculture, in
Sheep, Professor
center.
Gumbert and Schrader will Casey, Wayland Rhoads; General
ed to its capacity 'when he is intro- seems that these teams will not be order that the General Assembly and
'
people at large, throughout the
be called forth by Coach cusslon.
duced tonight.
given the opportunity to settle all jiie
Tigert to watch the Vandy centers.! Horses, W. H. Clayton, S. Morgan;
State, may bo fully advised of the
Doctor Black tells Americans in a disputes.
great work which Is now being done
D. C. Cruise of the Lexington Y. M. General Discussion.
humorous, yet truthful, manner how
Summary:
State Hart (16), for
C. A., will referee both contests.
Friday, February 4.
some of their customs and institu-- ! wr,i. v 7nrfnss. enntsiln
(a), for :by this Institution and of its immed,ato nnd
8ervlce to the
The girls' team has been put
MORNING.
tlona appear to Europeans and there
rd; Servor (4)i ,ceter; Gumbert
through
of the Commonwealth."
some strenuous practicing
Meeting called to order 8:30 o'clock. is no doubt that some of them will be (4)( guard;
(0), guard; farmers
Ireland
since their defeat at Winchester, and
Beef Cattlo, Prof. T. R. Bryant, Mor- surprised when they see themselves Schrader (4), guard; G. Zerfoss (2),
GLEE CT TTR HAS
is expected to be much stronger when gan Hughes, D. J. Hall, G. C. Gentry, as others see them. His lectures have
guar(i; Longsworth (0), forward
NF.W MEMBERS
It faces Louisville.
Coach Tuttlo an- S. Morgan; General Discussion.
been enthusiastically received in this
Hart made six points on fouls out
nounced that the team would be
Hogs, Professor Good, J. R.
country and ho has been mot by of nine tries. Taylor made threo
Moro than sixteen now members
chosen from among the following
E. Pittman; General Discus- crowded houses at every city ln points on fouls out of 4 trios. Adams havo recently beon added to the Gleo
girls: Misses Heller, Bastln, Geisol, sion.
which ho has spoken this year.
Club of tho University and both old
Innes, Flannory and Haydon.
(Continued on Page 2).
;nnd now talont ,8 m.omjsln?. no.
AFTERNOON.
The
Doctor Black came to the Uuitod
games will be called promptly at 7:30
Meeting called to order 1:30 o'clock. States In 190C and since that timo ho roino from his pen.
of
under tho direction
hoarsals
o'clock on both evenings.
Boys' Corn Clubs, B. G. Nelson, J. hns bocomo pastor of the First
Athletic
Tho lecture tonight is tho first of Charles Bennett with Carl Bernhart
Coupon No. 9 is good for the flrst T. Taylorj W. R. Reynolds, J. R. Mc
Church of Montclair, N. tho Lyceum Course which has boon at tho piano aro held every Friday
game, to which outsiders
will bo Danoll, D. J. Hall; General Discussion, T.. and professor of practical theology arranged by Prof. E. F. Farquhar. afternoon from 4:30 to 5:30.
charged 35 cents, and the price of the
Boys' Pig Clubs, Otis Korchor, F. E.
Union Theological Seminary. Ho Lyceum tickets can bo obtained from
P. S. Rico has beon chosen presidouble bill Saturday night will be 50 Merriman, J. R. Bird, William Tye; i'i also an editor of note, and many tho business office, freo of churgo, dent of tho club and J. H. Evans
cents to
'"torcstlng and jnstructlvo works have and all aro urged to got them at once, treasurer.
General Discussion.

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J. H. STAMPER, Jr., Owner and Manager.

Mr. Yager, who is also qulto young,
camo to tho University from Warsaw,
Ky nnd entered tho Collcgo of Law
"Tho Dross Rolicarsal," a musical
(ln 1911. Ho was a member of tho
TRY OUT THURSDAY
comedy of tho Ztegficld variety, proUnion Literary Society and a charduced by his contemporary In tho
Henry Clay SociWest, Menlo Moore, opens at tho Ada Members Urged To Come ter member of tho
ety. Ho was also affiliated with tho
engagement.
Mcado for a thrco-daand
Out For
Democratic Club and tho Royal Order
Tho phrase musical comedy, however,
the. Boys"
of F. L. B. In Mayor Rogers' cam- often much abused, Is aptly descript
for parts In "Father and palgn Mr. Yagor was very actlvo and
A
tive of this offering, for certainly,
Boys" will bo held Thursday aft- - was chosen by the Mayor as his pri- "The Dress Rehearsal" Is a musically
s
secretary. Ho has had a
dramatic composition In which mirth rnoon at 4 o'clock In tho Stroller vato
ful practice of law before tho Lexlng- om.
and tho termination of
A old members and now are urged ton bar.
tho plot Is a happy one.
Tho College of Law and tho entire
of its tunes and to bo Present. Thero aro ten strong
The Iridescence
.
rrrnflflfifl nt rtin rnnlil
" 1m nlnv ninl olv TTnlvnraltv -In o
scones Is deiichtiuiiy pleasing. The mnln nlmfnntnfa In
v""
This will bo rise of these two of its graduates in
- femalo parts, all good.
Innrnnt. nnnonl nf nriclnnlltv and anpolitical and legal circles of this city.
parent evidence that ono producer has tho largest production attempted
f
mtly by tho Strollers, with the
bold enough to hazard thousands
THIRD VICTORY ANdollars and years of effort In es- - ccnt,on of the "College Widow."
NEXED BY STATE.
Manuscripts will probably bo ready
reputation as
tablishing an enviable
a theatrical producer, just to inject for distribution Friday, with the first made no points on fouls out of two
snmpthJnrr iforiniriv HiffnrAnt into tim rehearsal Monday night. All persons
tries; Waller made one point on fouls
nrooonf.Hnv mnrfo nf ontorf nlnmon- f- WllO Wish to TCad HneS at tile first
out of two tries.
try-oare peculiarly acceptable with every rehearsal must attend the
Substitutes for State Schrader for
Thursday.
audience.
Ireland, Q. Zerfoss for Schrader,
A rumor has been current that the
For those seeking entertainment
Longsworth for K. Zerfoss.
and amusement, who, like the produc- powers that be" are expecting tho
Referee Cruise.
new material to "shine" at the try- er of "The Dress Rehearsal," yearn
Times of Halves 20 minutes.
Competition
for something new when they go to.out and first rehearsal.
Timers Vollmer, Georgetown, and
the variety theatre, this same "The wIU be keen and u 18 expected that Tuttle, State.
t
there wlu be more Persons to
Dress Rehearsal" will create a last- year than ever before,
ing impression. The big beauty chor-ith,- s
SHRINES.
To set the play under way on time
us of sixteen rollicking and attrac-w,u be practically necessary to
tive girls rivals any
There are those who worship in tem
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And others who worship at shrines;
There are those who worship steadily
And others who worship at times.

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LAW ALUMNI HOLD
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compulsory to have photos made by
any one person.
The Humphrey Studio at 341 West
Main Street is offering special rates
students and will make no advance
in prices. Humphrey does modern,
work and guarantees
Isfaction. (Adv.

Some there be who worship beauty,

Harry B. Miller, '14, to the office of
City Attorney, was indeed a compliment to this
graduate.
Following so closely after the selec-ttion of Ward Yager) also of the class
,
mi w m, nnouinn t
tn ATnvor
T.ovinnn'a
new Mayor, Kentucky State has every
reason to be proud of the splendid
and unusual record of these former
FRESHMEN!
students.
There will be i Freshman class
Mr. Miller is probably one of the
meeting Thursday afternoon at 3:30 youngest city attorneys who ever
in chapel in order to elect a class held that offlce In a cIty of
the glze and
president to succeed Joseph Yonts, ' importance of Lexington, being only
who has left school. All members of twenty-twyears of age. He gradu- the class are urged to be present.
ated in the College of Law before he
was of age and was quite a
student. He was a Stroller and
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"The College Widow," presented in
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1914.
Ho was also on the Law School
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team. He was affiliated with the
Henry Clay Law Society, Patterson
I Itorary
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TTpir Cut
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10c uation he has had a successful prac(EXCEPT SATURDAYS)
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GEO.
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CHESLEY W. BAILEY
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NIGHT

Chcsloy W. Halloy was presented
with a dlplomn conferring the clc-- I
grco of Bachelor of Artfl In Education,
Dance To Begin Immediate- In tlio office of Professor Olllls
ly After Basketball
day afternoon In tlio presence of u
Game
host of friends who hud nssomihled to
do him honor.
TICKETS ARE ON SALE Mr. Halloy finished his undergrade
The second "K" danco will bo given uato work at tho end of tlio first se,- Buoll Armory Friday ovcnlng,
but ho will bo affiliated with
4, 8:30 until 12:30 o'clock.
tho class of 191B. A unlquo feature
Because of tho baskotball game be- of ,Mr. Halloy's diploma Is the fact
tween tho Wildcats and tho Vander- that It was signed by Governor A. O.
bilt quintet, tho dance will not begin Stanloy In tho year 1915, while the
until 8:30 o'clock. Dr. Tlgert has an- other diplomas were signed by James
nounced that tho gamo also will be H. McCreary,
started promptly at 7:30 o'clock, in
order to avoid any conflict between
Alumnae Club.
the two affairs.
The meeting of tho Alumnao Club
Miss Hogarty's trio will furnish tho of the University Wednesday after- music. The danco will bo Informal. noon, February 2, on tho parlor floor
Tickets may be bought from L. J. 0f tho Phoenix Hotel, was of unusual
Hcyman, R. E. Cullen, H. Fried or interest to all members.
Herbert Graham. Thoy will also be
Mrs. Charles J. Smith gave a
sale at the Business Office Thurs- - ,,0rt of the Federated Women's Club
day from 10 o'clock until 11, 11:45 at Harrodsburg, at which she was a
until 12:30 and 3 o'clock until 4. delegate. Plans were completed for
There will be a sale Friday morning the luncheon which the club will
from 10 o'clock until 10:30 and at the serve to the
Cholera Con- door Friday night.
ferenco, February 9. The proceeds
from this luncheon will go to complete the fund for a scholarship to be
Sharp Wit.
Freshy (in mechanical drawing) : offered by the Alumnae Club to some
University girl next year.
"Got any thumb tacks, Smith?"
"Nope, but I've got some finger
nails." Miami Student.
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Registrar Kara L. (Hills has
turned from Knoxville, where ho
resented the University at a joint
meeting of tho Southern Conference
and the Athletic Conference of SouthAlthough a
ern State Universities.
coalition between the two associations was not effected, both adopted
r
tho
rule.
Professor Olllls was oloctcd secretary and treasurer of tho Southern
Athletic Conference for tho ensuing
jcar. Ho declared that State's admittance to membership in tho
was subject to the approval
or the Athletic Board of tho University. The decision as to whether they
III join or not will
be rendered
within tho next few days.
The institutions represented wero:
Clemson College, Auburn, Georgia
Tech, University of Georgia, Tulano,
Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi A.
& M., University
of South Carolina
Besides these
and Vanderbilt.
University of Mississippi and
Louisiana State University were do- dared eligible to membership in tho
conference.
The territory to be embraced in the
conference includes the States of
Mississippi,
Alabama,
Louisiana,
Georgia, Florida,
South Carolina,
Tennessee and Kentucky. It was
cided that in addition to the colleges
already declared eligible, membership
in the conference will be by invitation
alone.
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What the community thinks:
"Ho
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and cannot bo believed on oath."
What he knows In his secret heart:
"I nm capable of perjury."
What the school girl thinks: "Ho
111 loll."
What the woman thinks: "lie will
rag."
What, the gambler thinks: "He will
itack the cards."
What the burglar thinks: "Ho will
peach."
What tho confidence man thinks:
"Ho will run."
What the diplomat thinks: "He will
talk when he's drunk."
"What tho clubman thinks: "Ho will
make a scone."
What tho slave thinks: "Poor white
trash."

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Judge Lyman Chalkley, of the Law
Department of tho University, made a
unique appeal to the honesty of the
students taking examinations in his
department during the recent ordeal.
Pithy statements, giving the opinions
of all classes of business men, were
inserted between the questions. Judge
Chalkley said that little cheating was
done in this department as a result
of this unusual plan. Some of the
statements follow:
What the railroad president thinks
of a cheater: "He is dirty."
What the employer thinks: "Ho will
embezzle."
What the gonoral manager thinks:
"He will steal."
What the merchant thinks: "He will
pilfor from tho till."
What tho banker thinks: "Ho will
forgo."
What the politician thinks: "He will
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What tho judge thinks: "He will
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What tho grafter thinkB: "Ho is ono
after my own heart."
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is bad."
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formerly a student In the University and later arrested in Omaha, Neb., on a bench
warrant from the Fayette Circuit
Court charging him with obtaining
money unoor iaise pretenses, was
i "slit back to Lexington last week.
He blamed his predicament on tho
failure of tho Republican State Cam- paign Committee to honor drafts for
$115, which he said they had authorized.
Boiling was not at all particular
from whom
he obtained money.
Checks and drafts, all returned and
totalling $207, were given to friends,
business houses, and banks of Lexington. His room-matand the University fell victims to his money-gettincampaign as did also tho Phoenix
Hotel Company, the Kaufman Clothing Company, the First and City National Bank, and the Bank of Commerce.
Boiling was here until the day of
the inauguration, when the batallion
of which he was an officer went to
Frankfort, where ho desorted and was
not heard of until his arrest in Omaha.
Ho telegraphed
his father in Manchester, Clay County, telling him of
'.lis arrest, and his father is expected
to arrive in Lexington within a few
days.
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Tho fast basketball aggregation of
Georgetown College was defeated on
the night of January 21 by the University of Louisville team by a score
of 33 to 28.

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lcnrn some day thnt ho dances the Luln Fodo with case nnd grace and
he can write as well as do nearly everything else, In fact, If wo should
ditcs love lyrics beneath the Hunimcr moon, wo should tnko It as a nmttcr
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(Formerly The Idea).
Published every Thursday throughout tho College year by the student body,
of the State University of Kentucky, for the benefit of tho students, alumni and faculty of tho Institution.
THE KENTUCKY KERNEL Is tho official newspaper of tho University.
It is issued with the view of furnishing to its subscribers all the college news
of Kentucky, together with a digest of items of interest concerning the universities of other States and Canada.
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to tho fact thnt their guns wore of
the most Improved typo.
It Is reported
thnt several companies of tho Homo Economics Hat
tnllon wore forced to retire with heavy
losses. They fought under great dif
(lenities, as tho Profs had tho ma
chine guns and they were unable to
get tho range. Tho slaughter was
terrible in tho ranks of tho Physics
troops.
Several
nnd Mathematics
companies were almost annihilated.
Tho Foreign language Legion was
in tho thick of tho fight and suffered
heavily.
The Law and Arts Flying Squadrons were overwhelmingly victorious
in a scries of very hot air nttacks.
At tho end of the six days' fighting
the position of the forces on each side
retrains about the same as it was at
the beginning of tho week.

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EDITORIAL STAFF.
J. FRANKLIN CORN
Bart N. Peak
Miss Anita Crabbe
William Shlnnlck
Mum Rebecca Smith
McClarty Harbison
J. R. Marsh

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The Kentucky Colonel 8ays:
"Women are deceitful, suit. So 1h
deceitful, suh, but. wo
the
love it just the same, suh.
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"Coed"itor

Athletic Editor
Exchange Editor

Shoot Them at Sunrlsel
Rookie: "Were many of the Scots
Locals and Law Miss K. Mitchell. .. .Homo Economics kilt?"
J. T. Gooch
Harry Melton
Mechanical Herbert Graham
Fraternities
llookie: "No, but a great many of
Mining Miss Anna L. Whltworth. .. .Sororities
S. J. Caudlll
the Russians were slelghin'."
Agriculture Miss Elizabeth Duncan
James McConnell
Patt. Hall
Miss Elsie Heller
Education
Nicks on That.
REPORTERS.
M. C. Finney A
W. T. Cottlngham
H. J. Evans
Estill Woods
hnndsomc young swnin from the
Miss Mildred Taylor.
sticks
BUSINESS STAFF.
Business Manager In society tried hard to micks
W. J. Harris
Hut n belle got his goat;
Took his wallet and coat,
Back Again.
And he's now In a helluva ticks.
Here wo are again and glad to be back, thank you.
Useful Things.
Exams are over (Allah be praised), and we think we "got by" all
Our offering for
right. Here's wishing you the same good fortune. For the kind fate which
contest is a blue
guided our hand in answering exam questions, for the inspiration that
serge suit Youngstown Telegram.
told us what to write, and for the Providence that moved the "profs" to
Our nomination is the bl