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September 30, Butler College at
Lexington.
October 7, Centre College at Lexington.
October 14, Venderbilt at Lex- t
lngton.
October 21, Sewanee at Lexington.
October 28, University of Cincinnati at Cincinnati.
November 4, open.
November 11, University of Lou
isville at Lexington.
November 18, Mississippi A. ft
M; at Lexington.
November 30 (Thanksgiving),
Tennessee at Knoxville.

of the Founding of the University
jjgwWiU Be Celebrated With Parades, Speeches, Burgoo,
;3Sotball Game and a Royal Good. Time.

Jgifieth Anniversary

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Approximately 400 students assem- FIRST '.GAME SEPT.
bled around a brilliant blazing bonFORMALLY
fire on Stoll Field Saturday night for
The Wildcat, aggregation, after ;a
rally, the occasion being, week's training at Camp Danlel-Boon- e
an
college night, given under the auspices and steady practice on Stoll Field
of a
: ine uoiaen juDiiee 10 ceieuraus me enthal was elected chairman
of the University Y. M. C. A.
since tho opening of college, is fast
Jflftieth anniversary of the establish committee to meet the incoming
With spirits burning brighter than rounding into shape and the outlook
- guests' and escort them to the exer
ing of the University will be held Satv
,
or
the bonfire and hopes for a gloriouB for a 1916 winning team is promising.
urday. October 14, and if present plans cises at the University Saturday morn
year of activity flying higher than the ".Maury" Crutcher, tho veteran end,
materialize as those In charge expect ing. The committee will meet the
sparks, the new college year was for- has been, elected captain, to succeed
in automobiles decorated in
them to the largest crowd that ever visitors
mally ushered in by the students amid "Fats' Thompson, 'who failed to recampus of University colors. Reservations are
gathered on the beautiful
loud cheers.
turn to take up the work at the be
"Old State" will be on hand to demon- - being made in hotels for visitors who
A long single line file of students ginning of the year.
strafe their loyalty to their Alma Ma-- t expect to arrive a day or two early. LAFFERTY AUTHOR
at the dormitory and marched
terVitQ1 consume the old Kentucky bur- Parade Prizes Offered
OF NEW tAWJBOOk formed the streets. As It passed Handicapped by the loss of some of
through
goo that wlll ybp supplied for their
'The main celebration will be held
the best men, including Thompson,
to drink in the flow;, of, ora-- . Saturday, howeyer. A great parade of Judge W. T. Lafferty, dean., of'the Patterson Hall on the return trip the Shrader and Server, Coach
lory, to renewjold ffiendsblpt and to. students Will begin at University at College of Law, has publUhedT'the girls of 'the University joined the proand Assistants Tuttle and Bole's
make new ones. Incidentally, they 9:30 o'clock, and after marching first practice court manualr6ver print cession. The line filed down the new have entered into the coach work with
Stoll Field.
a spirit and vim and have succeeded
rwill cheerw.the Wildcats on to victory through the city will return jfto Pat ed in Kentucky. The book deals with asphalt street and into "rah-rahcrew In turning out some good material
The lunes of hte
among the the methods of courts practice and
)over.yanierbilt.
terson Hall. That interest
they amoncTjinf scrjips ann ney men.
.Tn.e$i! .may vba. .aroused to vahigh; Lg?es. thofouf hJ4nvaUthe workings had had a summer's rest and
were as strong as mustard. For ihts
Among the .old'mowllo' hava re- 'jDeari R;FjulAnderson, who is pitch the committee nab onerea a or me court, juuge juucusi t man
first time this term the old Windcat ported for practice are Dempsey,
making the ual was used as a
in one
chairsan , of the' committee which is prize of $100 to the class
echoed Simpson, Corn, Brittain
Crutcher, ," 'h&
lniakiBg.the arrangements, has written best showing in the march. It is ex of hla classes, for the first time at the yell filled the air and
campus.
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Klnnfi. finmhflrt. Peak. Orahfelder and
tfenwndreds of former students pected that the- - winning olass Jwlll summer law school. The moot prac- 'over the
letters
The next thing in order was a smoke Haydon.
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irivitingitnem to attend and theirre; treat itself to a dinner; or enjoy some tice court, taught by Judge Lafferty,
Cheer Leader
Dempsey; i the heavy center of last
pnes maicaie mat pracucauy an ot other function with the proceeds. It has for many years been ose of the" dance; after which
Wayne Haffler got his megaphone and year, has'ieturned to try out for his
will return. -- The alumni chap is rumored that the classes will ap- principal features, of, Jtbe. La.w. Collage.
them
IB A fctmipieJiejiaivjB out- - led cheers.
old 'jfUMtlMi, and is showing up well.
pear In fancy dress, ;ahd at least one Siittxt-oMters at Celumbus, O., fit which T.-.Leaders of college activities' were Dempsey was a power In the line of
PhlladeU of. the four has made tentative ar-- Yl&!fc.the work undertaken by the
Hayes, '15, is president; at
jtalled upon to address the students, the Wildcat team last year, and it. is
phia, of which Frank Dougherty, '01,' Is rangements to corner the market oxi
John Peter Ricketts presiding. The expected he will set even a faster
, president, and George , Blessing, Dean fantastic costumes.
Rev. E. J. Caswell, of the First Bap; pace this season.
,
Program at Campus.
Engineering at
of, the Colleee of
1S: "PROMOTED tist Church, welcomed the students in Kinne ,the Somerset lad. who won
On the return of the students to ALLENfiwarthmore, Is Secretary, and at Chi
behalf of the churches of Lexington his Irst real laurels last year when
cago, of which C. A. Johns, '09, Is Patterson Hall they will be joined by
L. B. Allen, of the class of 1899, has and admonished them not to forget to he seized the "pigskin" after a fum
faculty, alumni and trustees, who
president, have written that they will the
been appointed general superintend- look after their religious life.
e
game and
ble in the
attend in a body. Paul fl. Ward, Pres will parade to the Administration
of crossed the goal line for a touchdown,
f
William Shinnlck,
large ent of the central division of the Chesident of the Cincinnati chapter, and Building, in front of Which, in a
jitamer P. .Bayers, former president tent, the morning exercise's will be apeake & Ohio Railroad, with which The Kentucky Kernel, delivered an making possible the first defeat ever
he has been connected since his grad- address on the publications. Emery administered a Western Conference
of the same chapter, have announced held. The tent) will be pitched in
may uation from the University. His first Frazier, representing The Strollers, team in, the South, is in the race for
that they will bring out the largest such manner that the speakers
position was that of an engineer, mak- told of the work plinned for this year, quarterback to succeed Rodes, the
company of Kentucky graduates that stand on the front steps and be heard
ing the original, surveys for the Big after which "Senator" Crura spoke in 1915 star. Although, light in weight,
ever came from "over the Rhine," and by all present. President-Emeritu- s
Sandy coal mines. His elevation to the interest of the literary societies. Kinne is fleet of foot and keeps a clear
that they will bring their own band James K. Patterson will deliver an ad
means
Lawrence A. Cover, the new mu- head in the closest of places.
occasion, and one other the general' superlntendency
dress on this
with. them.
he will', maintain his office in sical director, spoke In the interest
In the back field Grabreiaer and
speaker, as yet unannounced, will that
Deans Invite Graduates.
Huntington, where he will reside with of the musical organizations, and at Haydon, both veterans, have returned
That nothing may be left undone make a talk. Several honorary de
his family.
the conclusion of his talk Presiding and are trying out for the respective
for the celebration, Professor Ander- - grees will be conferred on prominent
Officer Ricketts called upon Messrs. halves. Regardless of tho influx of
son and the otner memoers oi me men.
now Mine Commander of the Coast Harney, Gardner, Ervlne and Ritchey good recruits, it is expected that this
committee have been at work thia Following the speeches In the tent
Kentucky burgoo and Defense at Seattle, will make the ded to demonstrate to Mr. Cover how bad pair will have little trouble in retain
summer making the necessary ar
beautiful barbecued meats, without which no icatory speech, and Governor A. O. ly the University needed musical ing their old positions.
rangements.
Five hundred
respond in behalf of the training by their '.alleged" singing.
For fullback, Gumbert and Mcllvain,
bronze badges have been ordered for real celebration Is complete, will be Stanley will
campus. An amount University. A concrete stand in the - Bart Beak, representing the Y. M. the latter of the last year's Fresn.
the alumni and engraved invitations served on the
position to see C. A., and Curt Park, representing ath- team, are rival candidates. Both are,.have been prepared to send to college which staggers the imagination when most advantageous
ap- the game Is now under construction
letic activities, also made short talks. showing up well and the outcome of
men put into terms of soup has been
prominent
presidents
and
"eats," and the and will be used when completed by
tho dual rivalry Is doubtful.
throughout the country. The Deans propriated to buy the
the nowly
the Uni faculty intends' to warn all students the President of the University and EMPLOYMENT
of the various colleges of
BUREAU Kinne and Crutcher, are both try
elected Wildcat captain,
versity have1 written to all their own not to Indulge too freely, as they may his visitors. The tablet containing
each is assured a
and not be able Mr. Stoll's name will be placed on this
.
personal letters urging become
graduates
C. A. is conducting an ing for end, and
The Y.
to spout loud enough at the game in stand, In full view of the field on employment bureuu, and all studentB berth on the team. Positions In the1
them to Attest.
which ho himself made athletic his desiring work are requested to
lino other than end are rather uncer
the afternoon.
Celebration 0wr Friday.
tory In bygone days.
Field,
tain, and are being sought after by a
To. Dedicate Stell
will begin Friday
k . The celebration
with tho officers.
Simpson will
? evening, October 13, with a'smoker at preceding the game in the afterThe committee In charge of tho
host of candidates.
probably, bo selected as one of tho
en, ana a noon Stoll Field will be dedicated to Jubilee is composed of Dean Anderi the Phoenix Hotel for
c
son, Chairman: President Barker, H.
KERNEL STAFF
tackles. The other lies between Heick
party at; Patterson Hall for women. tlx University.' Although the
at
and Hlckorson. Heick starred on last
field has been In use for many M. Froman. R. C. Stoll. G. G. Brock,
Th asMkeri who will be heard
The Kentucky Kernel staff will hold year's Freshman team and Is pulling
meetings have not been an jv.'afs, there has been no formal dedi Dr. J, H. Kastle, Dean A. M. Miller,
these
meeting in the journal strong for the regular position. Hicknounce as yet. The.Lexington Alum cation, and this occasion furnishes a Fran,k Battaile, H. D. Graham, 'J. Ir an important
(Friday) at erson was unable to play football lBt J
Thursday ., Suitable time to do honor to Richard vino Lyle, W. L. Bronaugh, J. M. Ism room this afternoon
ni Club, at a meeting last
All mombors are urged year on: account of illness, but waj,'
night,- Maie amigwMts to entor - ln. stoll, the donor. .Major John T. Graves, J, D. Turner, R, M. Allen and 3:30 o'clock.
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'to 'bo present.1
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tain the visiting alumni. Philip Blum.! Geary, formerly of Lexington, but L. B. Allen.

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K. D, White, a member of the '11
Football is in the very air, and
graduating class from the College of
every fellow, boy or girl, is urged
Freshman year. Brittain and Corn
to be present at the first game and Mines and Metallurgy, who has beea
candidates for
engaged In the development of oil and
RUBBER
50c are the leading are heavy and the two give the team a good send-off- .
guards. Both
will go
gas lands in Turkey, Venezuela, Chile
far .toward making up a heavy line.
and Columbia for the past five years,
JUST THE THKK FOR USE
Among the men who are pushing
has accepted a position as geological
MUSIC RECITAL
Kinne for quarter are Bart Peak,
engineer with the Tropical Oil and
IN THE LABARATORIES
Roark and Gay, the former Lexington
Gas Company, in South America, at a
Per Neilsen,t Norwegian baritone,
High School Btar. The new men seen
accompanied by Edward Weiss, con- salary of $12,000 a year.
in the back Held are Kelley, Pullen
pianist of the faculty of the LexJosef
and Baugh. Other new men who look cert
William C. Eyl, a senior in the Col
ington College of Music, will give a
promising and have chances to win
The Photefrapher in your Town
recital in the auditorium of the col- lege of Mines and Metallurgy, spent
berths for themselves on the regular
lege this evening (Friday) at 8:15 the summer working as mining enHaa pleased the exaoting
or second team are Lisanby, Rlcketts,
o'clock. An excellent program has been gineer for the Kenmont Coal Comstudent and the best peoDavidson, Sloan, Murfree, Propps,
ple generally for fifteen
arranged and University students are pany at Hardin, where he received
Thomas, Thompson, Broaton, Sweatt,
years. Can he ahow you?
cordially invited. The admission is a great deal of practical experience.
Lasley, Shaw and Howard.
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While as yet the crew has engaged free.
311 W. Main St. Phone 1092-- y
James J. Hume spent the vacation
only in scrimmage work, it Is expectmonths in the employ of a large
signal practice will soon be SEVEN U.
ed that
taken up in anticipation of the game
AT BLUE RIDGE, N. C. He will plant atto Borderland, W. Va.
return
the University Ocwith Butler College, to be held on Stoll
The summer student conference at tober 5.
30.
Field, September
The fences surrounding the foot- Blue Ridge, N. C, under the auspices
Professor Ivan P. Tashoff, who reball field have undergone a coat of of the Y. M. C. A., was much larger
goal posts newly this year than ever before. Every col- cently resigned from the faculty of
whitewash and the
1 1 1 South Limestone
painted, so as to add a touch of fresh- lege and university in the South was the College of Mines and Metallurgy,
ness to the football field on the open represented anl with one exception is now engaged in metallurgical patevery Southern college Y. M. C. A. ents research work at Washington,
ing' day.
Most State Men Know Us
D. C. He is succeeded by B. C. Wor-leThe 1916 Wildcat schedule varies president was In attendance.
of Chicago, a graduate of the UniLet us meet you
Meal Tickets in its degree of hardness.
Seven of the fifty delegates repreThe games
easy. senting Kentucky, were from "State." versity of Michigan, who will have
with Butler and Centre should be
Louisville, Mississippi, A. & M Cin They were: Joe Torrence, Karl Zer- - charge of assaying and metallurgy.
cinnati and Tennessee will prove for foss, Harry Milward, H. E. Robertson, Professor Worley has been engaged
Metropolitan
midable opponents, while Vanderbilt John P. Ricketts, J. A. Hodges, and as assistant chemist for the Griffin
and Sewanee are generally considered Bart N. Peak. The 500 students who Wheel Company, of Chicago, for the
were present at this conference met past year.
almost unsurmountable.
The Place for Good Things to Eat
only an such men as Sherwood Eddy, Fletcher
The game with Butler Is
S. J. Caudill, of Cannel City, a mem
antecedent to the many hard games S. Brockman, Dr. O. E. Brown and
which follow, and it is probable that Dr. Edwin M. Poteak, president of ber of the '16 graduating class, was
For any kind of dental service call on many shifts may be made in the line Furman University.
employed during the summer by a
Atihletics played, an important part large oil company and has located a
up, Coach Tigert and Captain Crutch'
er being anxious to weed out the in the recreation periods and every number of wells for his firm. Mr,
127 OHEAPSIDE
Office hours 8 a. m. 6 p. m.
slower men and make a more definite Vftemofcft.wiistgWen ovfei Jo 'baseball, Caudill is at present at Pennsylvania
Phone
Uaskfetbah; tenrffs', Voile? 'ball and State College, where he holds a fel
decision as to the permanent line-u"
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lowship.
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On October 7 the Wildcats will meejv Vw.fmiAhjg.- their former rival, Centre, and it IS
W. B.
expected that much of the old spirit
SHOP
will be revived.
The Closest Shop to University
Vanderbilt, 1915 champions of the
S. I. A. A., come to Lexington on the
HAIR CUT
15c
Shave
10c
following Saturday, and every Wildcat
Ask any "State" Man who wears Justright Tailored to
Shampoo
15c
claw will be sharpened to the edge for
Order Clothes and he will tell you that he would not
Glover's Shampoo.. 35c
kind as
think of going back to the
this meat. Kentucky's record in the
long as we are in business. Our new Fall Patterns
S. I. A. A. last year was an enviable
are ready for your inspection. Come and look
153 S. Limestone St.
Lexington, Ky.
them over. We guarantee perfect satisfaction.
one, being beaten only by Mississippi
see In the
A. & M., and football fans
Wildcats a likely rival for the "Com
TO
SUITS AND . OVERCOATS
modores" in the race for the 1916
Progressive Shoe Repairing Shop
championship.
140 S. Limestone
Lexington, Ky
On October 28, the Blue and White
Rubber Heels and Soles a Specialty
will Journey to Cincinnati, and the
Lexington, Ky,
St.
145 West
usual Jolly crowd is expected to make
the trip with the team.
On November 11 we meet the Uni
107 WEST MAIN STREET
versity of Louisville on Stoll Field and
BEST SODA FOUNTAIN IN THE
another good game is expected. The
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CITY. FINE HOME-MADgame between Kentucky and Missis
CANDIES
sippl, to be held on Stoll Field NoCORSAGE
vember 18, is especially looked for
A
ward to because of the defeat admin
Missis
to
Where All WeU and Good isteredfield the WildcatsIt on thethe only
was
sippi
last year.
236 West Main Street
Hot Chocolate, Home-mad- e
CandyJJ defeat of the season and it is claimed
Terrill Tapscott, Our Representative at University of Ky.
and Ices.
that the hot
bv the participants
weather had more to do with the drubbing than the "Dixie" team itself.
of Columbus
The annual Thanksgiving game be
WE ARE NOW SHOWING A COMPLETE LINE
tween Kentucky and Tennessee on
OPEN FOR- OF FRATERNITY JEWELRY INCLUDING
Stoll Field is the last of the season.
Tennessee, another of the S. I. A. A.
teams, is always strong and is also
a contender for the championship belt.
casket jewelry co.
Pianos Furnished A review of the schedule shows that
Price $7.50
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n. u I un
a large part of the games are played
Mr. J. ColIU Ringo in Charge
in Lexington, thus giving the Wildcat
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Miss Virginia Anderson, who graduated in the class of 1916, with the
degree B. S. B., has been appointed to
the position of instructor in freehand
drawing. Miss Anderson's artistic talent is well known and she has won a
number of prizes for original design.
She has had a very careful and thorough training in this particular
branch of the work and a successful
career for her is predicted.
PROFESSOR

NOE

Professor J. T. C. Noe, head of the
Department of Education, who has
been ill with typhoid fever for two
weeks, is improving and is expected to
return to the University within a short
time. During his absence Professor
Baker has been conducting his classes.

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Former University Student
Has Part in New Hitchcock Comedy

Maurice Hurnnugh, n former student
mid now a coino
dinn of promise, lins been spending
the summer in Europe, whero lie wan
sent by Charles F. Dillingham, I ho
New York thcatriral man, that ho
might learn the Cockney dialect ii
order to ho better prepared for the
part ho 1h to play In Raymond Hitch
cock's new comedy which is to be
produced the coming season.
Mr. Burnaugh's rise In tho theatrl
cal world has been littlo short of re
markablo and the story of his riso
reads like a fairy talc.
Ho entered tho University in 1910
and enrolled in tho College of Arts
and Science. He took journalism tin
der Dr. Mackenzie and progressed so
rapidly that at tho conclusion of his
first year in college ho secured tho po
sition as sporting editor of the Lex
ington Leader.
After working with the Leader for a
year he was offered a position on a
New York newspaper, but after being
there a short time his eyes gave him
trouble and he was forced to give up
his position. A few days later he met a friend in
New York who offered to get him a
job with "The Little Red Canary," a
musical comedy. Mr. Burnaugh made
good from the start and tho next sea
son he was given an important role
in "Chin Chin," another musical com
edy.
Last season Mr. Burnaugh was to
have toured Europe with a theatrical
company, but the European war in
terferred with his plans and he en
tered Keith's vaudeville.
Mr. Burnaugh has also achieved sue
cess in motion pictures, having ap
peared in "The Million Dollar Mys
tery," "Town Topics" and others.

at the University,

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PflOMBITION MEETING
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CHAPEL EXERCISES

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Tho Horace Mann Literary Society
will open tho season Friday evening
at 7 o'clock in its usual assombly room
on tho first iloor of tho Education
Building with a musical program followed by lectures by two of the foremost educators in tho State.
Professor George Baker will lecture
on "Evidences of Teaching Ability."
This is ono of tho biggest problems
confronting the educational profession
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Prohibition Club of Univer President Barker Delivers
sity to Welcome I. P.
Inspiring Address to
A. Delegates
Students

Plans for tho meeting of tho Inter- music and an inspiring address by
national Prohibition Association which President Barker wore three of the
will bo held in Lexington, December many
features of tho first chapel ex28 to 31, aro rapidly being completed
orcises of tho year which wore held
and tho Prohibition Club of tho Unilast Wednesday morning.
versity is planning to give the
The address by President Barker
of tho meeting a hearty welcome. The preparatory work in Lex- was one of tho most interesting ever
ington is being conducted by Joe M. heard in the chapel. In his IntroducRobinson, a student of the Univer- tory
remarks President Barker assity and is progressing well', several
sured the student body that the laws
hundred dollars having already been
of the University would be strictly ensubscribed.
forced and that no hazing would be
Eight expert college workers Will
visit the schools and colleges of the tolerated.
United States to interest tho students
The speaker appealed to tho stu
in the work of this meeting.
Tho
dents to make tho University of Ken
men are picked student delegates from
tucky the greatest institution of its
various colleges and universities and
should have a powerful influence over kind in the country, which he said
the students. The secretaries who could be done of the students pledged
will go out to the universities will themselves to live the highest moral
have a conference in Chicago just be life.
fore they start for their fields.
He compared student life to life out
'The I. P. A. convention promoters
side of college, emphasizing the fact
left Chicago on September 15.
Plans .for the meeting here are he that the way one conducts himself in
ing made by the national committee. college, the same way he will conduct
The Lexington convention will be un himself after he has gotten out into
der the leadership of President Leigh the world.
Colvin, of New York, and General SecJudge Barker said that in order to
retary Harry S. Warner, of Chicago.
be a success in life one must be honThe secretary who will have Kentucky
as a field in which to work up interest est, truthful and faithful. While in
in the college prohibition movement, college one forms habits which he
will be S. W. Grathwell, a former stu- can not change, and for this reason
dent of Berea. In addition to his work the speaker urged the students to be
in Kentucky, Mr. Warner will extend extremely careful about their habits,
his work over other States.
and especially to steer clear of cigarPROF. H. R. CASSIDY
con
LEAVES UNIVERSITY Tho program for the four days'being ette smoking. Ho concluded by sayvention, December 28 to 31, is
ing that tho future of tho University
Perry It. Cassidy, Professor of Ther completed. It is expected that W. J. rested in the students' hands, into
modynamics in tho College of Mechan Bryan, Dr. Winfleld Scott Hall, Rich which he committed its reputation.
ical and Electrical Engineering for the mond P. Hohson, Daniel J. Poling and
past two years, has resigned his posi- other prohibition advocates of interna- ILL HEALTH CAUSES
tion to accept a position as engineer tional reputation will be among the
STILES TO RESIGN
with the Babcock and Wilcox Com- speakers.
C. F. Stiles, assistant instructor in
pany at Baberton, 0. He is succeedentomology and zoology in the College
ed by Azra Lyttle Wilhoito, a member
FREE STATIONERY
of Agriculture, has resigned on ac
of the '08 graduating class of the ColStationery has been Becured for tho count of ill 'health and has returned
lege of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. Since graduation Mr. Wil- Y. M. C. A. reading rooms this year. to his home at Starksville, Miss,
All students aro urged to call the "Y" where he will engage in the raising
hoito has teen associated with tho
offico and secure stationery, free of of fine live stock and will be a confrom the charge. The management of the Y. tributor to agricultural papers after
Mr. Cassidy graduated
University in 1911. At tho close of M. C. A. hopes many students will taking a rest.
Mr. Stiles 'has just returned from
the college term last June he went to avail themselves of this opportunity.
New York, but after being there a WrltH homo on "Y"' naner often. It three months spent in New York City
and immediately on his return was
short time ho went to Baberton, is yours for the asking.
the recipient of a very handsome offer
where he will probably bo located for
from the Department of Agriculture of
some time. He is now at work on
the construction of a large addition STUDENT SUPPLIES Note books, Brazil to take charge of its entomology
stationery, pencils, pens, ink, etc., department.
The offer was made in
to tho plant.
sold at cost to students. Miss Car- person by A. V. d'Ollvoria CaBtro, who
rie Dean at Postoffico.
is making an inspection trip in tho inHORACE MANN MEETS
terest of his government.

FIRST TIME TONIGHT

STOP!

ARE WELL ATTENDED

today and Professor Baker s worK
along this lino has won for him recog
nition not only in Kentucky but
throughout tho country. At tho pres-

CHALKLEY WILL
ADDRESS Y. M. C. A.

New College Jewelry
New Bar Pins 75c to $1.50

Pins 50c

Fountain Pens
Waterman, Conklin and Parkers

University Book Store
233 W. Short
J, F. BATTAILE '08 MGR.
"The Place to Feel at Home"

For Smokers

ort vottr

Phoenix

and Banquets

SUPPLIESAT

Fruit Store

'Fur;

Lexington Drug Company
The Student's Store

RO BARDS,
P. B.COLLEGE BOYS' TAILORTailor
Suits Dry Cleaned and Pressed
All Work Guaranteed
Phone 1650-- y

$1 .00

Suits Pressed 35c
Alterations a Specialty
152 S. Limestone

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10:35 A. M.
A Limited Train (or
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At the F. & S. Corner Main & Mill
The newest creations in

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Prices always lower than elsewhere
For Ladies

For Men

New Havana Browns, Black Kidskins
Russia Calk in the new High Lace

Tan English, Black English
also all the new round toe stylet

Styles.
Judge Lyman Chalkloy, of tho Col- ent timo Professor Baker is preparing logo of Law, will speak in tho Y. M. Prices
.
.
12.95 to $6.00 Prices
an article on this subject for one of C. A. rooms Sunday evening at 6:30J
tho leading magazines of tho country. o'clock on tho subject, "Bible Study."
Professor C. W. Baily, principal of Music will bo furnished by tho male
Evening:
t)ho Maxwell Street School, will lec- quartet of Contral Christian Church.
CORNER MAIN &
Slippers
ture on "Tho Studont in Education Kvory malo student in tho University
earnestly requested to attend.
is
and tho Horace Mann."

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$2.95 to $5.00

F. & S. Shoes
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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL.

The Kentucky Colonel Says:
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University will begin, buu.
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nlumni nnd faculty of the Institution.
Page Mr. Danleli.
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Stago Manager Wo need thirty suIt la issued with the view of furnishing to Its subscribers all tho college news
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Introducing the Cuckoo Stable.
William Shinnlck
Tho football team of Transylvania
Dillard Turner
Assistant Editor
and prospective candidates for tho
Wayno Cottingham
Managing Editor
team nru spending a couple of weeks
J, Franklin Corn
"Squirrel Food"
nl Mnnday's
Landing. A training
Miss Eliza Piggott
STAHLH hns been established and tho
M. C. Finney
.
Athletic Editor
warriors will undergo sovero physical
J. R. Marsh
Exchango Editor
..i
tests to round themselves out into
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Y. W. C. A.
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Eugene Elder
Mining
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Fraternities
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Uyron Bacon Black
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Thornton Connell.
Roach Why are the cots so short?
BUSINESS STAFF.
Coach To keep the players from
Joe M. Robinson
Business Manager
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