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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL

IP VOU CANT CO TO ALABAMA
SEE THE GAME GRIIMJUAPHEI)
IN. MEN'S GYM. SAT. AT 2 P. M.

THE KERNEL IS THE OFFICIAL
PUBLICATION OF THE UNIVERSITY. READ IT FOR THE NEWS.

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

VOL. XVI

NO.

LEXINGTON, KY., NOVEMBER 6, 1925

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'GATS CLASH WITH 'BAMA TOMORROW
ALABAMA BOUND
IS NEW SLOGAN
OF U. K. ROOTERS
Suky

Circle Charters Special
Tourist Car to Take Members of U. K. Band to
Birmingham

LEFT LAST NIGHT

TEAM

Alumni and Former Students
Plan Entertainment for Kentucky
Visitors
"Alabama Bound" is the slogan
is going around the campus, for
the train for Birmingham leaves tonight at 10:30 o'clock and everybody
wants to see the Wildcats meet the
Crimsons tomorrow. This train wil.
arrive in Birmingham at 10:05 Saturday morning and returning, will leave
there at 7:05 that night and reach
here at 6:55 Sunday morning. A
special rate of $14.65 has been made
for the round trip.
y
The
circle nas chartered a
special tourist car to take 35 members of the band accompanied by
Sergeant Kennedy and Drum-majHannibal Wiemann.
Miss
Willie
King, the- band sponsor and a
e
will also go under the auspices
of the circle.
Alumni and former students who
are now in the south are taking quite
Mt interest in the game and are making plans to entertain the team and
all the Kentucky enthusiasts while
they are in Birmingham. E. J. Kohn,

that

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D'ALVAREZ WILL
SING HERE ON 19
Date of Engagement for Peruvian Mezzo Contralto Changed from November 5, as
First Announced
TICKETS. NOW ON

"C ALE

Margaret D'Alvarcz, the Peruvian
mezzo contralto, will give the second
concert in the artist series jn the
Woodland auditorium, Thursday, November 19, at 8:15 o'clock instead
of November 5, as was first announced.
This change of date was
granted by Miss Anna Chandler Goff,
concert manager, to the Chicago
Civic Opera Company, which desired
Madam D'Alvarez to appear in the
title role of the opera, "Carmen" in
their presentation of that opera on
November 4. The closeness of the
date made it advisable to change the
Lexington date to November 19 instead of the 5.
D'Alvarez is not merely a medium
through which one of the magnificent
contralto voices of the world is to
be expressed, she is not only a great
personality, a noted artist. D'Alvarez
is the climax of all these things, a
veritable artist collaboration of all
the colors of the spectrum in voice
and personality.
Possesses Romantic Ancestry
D'Alvarez possesses an ancestry
which flashes romance. It is a highly
lighted deeply shaded story, echoing
down the centuries the exploits of an
aristocratic, adventurous, artist-racthe Incas of Peru. In D'Alvprez one
is amazed to find the vital forces
of this whole race deliberately concentrated upon one of its direct
e,

Tickets.are on sale now at the Lexington College of Music and reservations can be made by writing or telephoning to them. Tickets are1 $1.65,
$2.20 and $2.75 including war tax.

Watch Wildcats
Grid-Grap-

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of
Game to Be Shown

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State-Alabam-

51 STUDENTS ARE' "Buck! 'Cats, Buck!" OPPOSING TEAMS

Yea! Armistice Day
Excused Third and
Fourth Hours Wednesday ,

Classes

RATED

HIGH IN

Hut Offers Meal

WILL BATTLE

Tick-et- s

"Messiah"
Third

NEUTRAL

TEST

MENTALITY

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Will Mark Meeting of
Two of South's Great-

ALABAMA IS UNDEFEATED
Kentucky Faces Enemy, Minus
Services of Smith
arfd Hughes
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The Kentucky state champions, the
University of Kentucky Wildcats, nre
deep in Southern territory, prepared to
do battle with the University of Ala- bamn eleven tomorrow afternoon. The
highly-touteAlabama machine will
leave its native environment nnd will
meetthe Kentuckians nt Birmingham,
ine cuy wnicn win nave me rure treat
of witnessing two of the greatest
teams of the South in action.
In past years, with the exception of
the 1922 contest, the wildcats have
been just so much juicy meat for the
Alabamians. But at times this meat
has been particularly unsavory for
the southerners. Last year, the Wildcats had the distinction of being the
only team in the Southern Conference to cross Alabama's goal line,
and in doing so one of Kentucky's athletes reeled oft" one of the three longest runs in the United States during
the '24 season.
Defeated 'Bama in 1922
The followers of Alabama grid
machines say that the greatest set- d

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UNIVERSITY BAND
RECEIVES PRAISE

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TO

LEAD SENIORS R. 0. T.

Student Cadet Colonel John

IS RECEIVED

ing Deplores Passing of
Devoted Friend

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rooters with souvenir megaphones,
ask that all students who still possess
their megaphones please keep them
for the Tennessee game, whic will
be played on Stoll field Thanksgiving,
as their supply at the store is run-- 1
ning short.
They also wish that all students
call at the store on West Main street
and obtain one of their souvenir pen-- !
cils on which is printed the fotball
schedule of the Wildcats.
There are
nearly one thousand of these pencils

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member of the Episcopal church.
Well Pleased With U. of K.
Harp sdid that upon leaving Dayton he first went to Florida but was
dissatisfied and came to Kentucky,
und that he is well pleased with his
selection of a university. The favorable comment he hud heard of the
school und his curosity concerning it
brought him here, but genuine hospitality is aiding in keeping him satis-fle-

Young Harp is tho grandson of
Louis David Harp, shiek of tho Ilnrp
tribo of 05 villages in Arabia. If he
had stayed in his nativo land he would
hove eventually succeeded his grand
father, but ho heard tho cull of western civilization und gave up tho chunce
of a rulership over his peoplo to learn
surgery in America, When Harp
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Alfred M. Peter.
This faculty is deeply grateful for
the many expressions of kindness and
interest on her part. We mourn with
her devoted companion in his irreparable loss and take this medium to
express to him our deepest sympathy.
"To those deep memories which

seem
The very fountain of the stream.
Tho early unforgotten things
To which the spirit ever clings
And feel throughout all change to
be
Tho seal of hut idenity."
Francis II. Doyle.

F. PAUL ANDERSON,

C. J. NORWOOD,
C. II. ANDERSON,

E. FREEMAN,
D. V. TERRELL,
J. R. JOHNSON,
J. U. DICKER.

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has been so generous during the foot- bull season as to furnish all U. of K.

is a long stride from the tribal Albert Harp, who for 20 years has
of traditions rich in mystic desert been engaged in business in that city,
The faculty of the College of Engiromance, to that of a student in the (t was the first time he had ever seen
neering of the University of Kentucky
University of Kentucky, heart of .lis father.
Western civilization; but Elias Albert
Harp was graduated last year from deplores the death of Mrs. Alfred
Harp, of Jerusalem, Pulestine, has, .he preparatory department of the Meredith Peter. When this particular
made that change and is now a regUniversity of Dayton. While there department of the university was esstudent he was a member of the varsity foot- tablished Dr. Robert Peter, his son,
ularly enrolled
here. This means to him a transplant- ball and baseball teams. After com- Dr. Alfred M. Peter and his beloved
ing from the orient to the Occident pleting the
course here wife were sympathetic and loyal
from the land of camels und caravans, no intends to enter the medical school friends of this new expression of 8i"
u JCu "'"i
hieks and blistering sun und scorch at the University of Michigan and scientific training. For almost thirty-fiv- e
years the College of Engineering student should
ing sands, and from a race over which specialize in surgery.
He speaks
Allah rules supreme, to a new land ,'luently four languages, Arabic, Eng- has received encouraging support and
with diff ffetnerts shrdlu etaoin shrd lish, French, and Turkish. He is a devotion from this good friend, Mrs,

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partment. There were approximately
one v
hundred and fifty present. Coffee, sandwiches
and cigars were

served.
The entire meeting was informal.
Colonel Hobbs officiated, and the
speakers "were: 'Dr. F. L. McVey,
Dean Paul B6yd, Dean P. Paul
Anderson, Dr. Swann, Major Beard,
John Dabney, and Coach Fred Murphy.
Outline Honor System
John Dabney, cadet colonel, outlined an honor system for the military department which the organizaBy this
tion hopes to adopt soon.
system, Colonel Dabney stated, every
man in the military department would
be put upon his honor not to cheat
in any wny in the classroom, examinations, and field work; and he would
to report any such
be honor-boun- d
violation which he saw to the in
structors in charge. The plan, as outlined, was received very favorably,
and will doubtless be given a trial
in the university soon.
Dean Paul P. Boyd talked on the
advance the military science department has made on the campus, treat- -

Committee

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You Don't Know What You re Missing
By Not Accepting Dean Royd's Invitations
Which You Receive in A & S Mail Box
By Leroy Smith

It would appear that Miss Turner
has been working overtime in an
endeavor to corral a majority of the
students of the arts and science col-- 1
lege and has experienced some dif- in the maneuver. There is
a mail box in the basement of the
administration building in which are
notices addressed to the,
iS"l?, students of the A. B. college nnd it
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invitation for the tenth" if you don't
feel inclined to attend the party,
Accept Your Invitation
Again, you might receive a notice,
on the righteous
and, reflecting
existence you have led since the
ginning of the term, conclude that
there must be another culprit by the
Go up anyway.
same handle.
If
your rich uncle dies and leaves you
his fortune, you will undoubtedly heur
of it through Dean Boyd's office. If
you have a rich uncle, it would be
well to go in and see Miss Turner

tents of the said box at their leisure'
providing, of course, that no stampede anyhow.
Succeeds on
shall result. Tho authorities do not
I ambled into the otfice the other
th0 box
i
day with the most peaceful intentions
Former Romany Player Withiwlsl summons
Dean Boyd's of and having identified myself under
A
from
Richard Mansfield Company
fice should not necessarily disturb three names as the same individual
your peace of mind. While one is and satisfied myself on various points
Romany goers will bo interested to seldom called in for any such celebra- us to how to cut class without hurtknow that Miss Mnrgot Semmes, who tion as Ho open up a keg of nails ing anyone's feelings, I found that I
was the gguest in Lexington last or the flying of a kite, there is n was out of order on three counts. I
spring of Miss Betsy Cloud and who possibility that some confusion might was also informed that three or four
appeared at tho Romany in "The bo had about your being enrolled in notices had been mailed concerning
Enchanted Cottage," is now with the three or four colleges or u like matter. each of them. When 1 had left asRichard Mansfield players and is car- In the event that you have cut a surance that I was duly repentant
rying a leading role in tho New York quorum of your classes to date, the and that it would not happen again,
production of tho "The Goose Hangs office is often willing to assume that I went to the box and found a dozen
High."
you acted through ignorance of tho or so of these notices.
Miss Semmes went to New York locution of your class room. These
Miss turner is of the opinion that
directly from the Romany, the only cases aro rare, however.
Even so, most of tho trouble lies in the fact
theater with which she had ever there is no record on hand of lynch-in- that the students are overlooking the
worked before going with the Richanvone or amih'im: any such box, so everybody, please cast their
ard Mansfield players.
severe diciplinary measures and Miss optics in that direction and seo .hat
The Romany will probably present Turner would be pleased to have you no one is trampled in the rush. You
de- - will probably find a notice to appeart'TJio Goose Hunga High" as one of direct her a note saying, '"Mr.
clincs with regret Miss Turner's kind and if you do, do.
the productions of its third season.

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FAVORABLY

A smoker was given by the members of the advanced corps of the
military science department to faculty members, a few visitors and alumni, Tuesday night from 8 to 10:30
o'clock in the Palm room of the
Phoenix hotel.
The purpose of the
meeting was to acquaint members of
the faculty, friends, and alumni with
the work of the military science de-

Thanks to Kaufman

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Staff to Meet

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Outlines Honor System
Which Military Depai't-meMay Adopt

U. K. WALLOPS CENTRE

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FACULTY SMOKER

OLD ORDER PASSETH AS

phones Given by Company

FIELD

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Rehearsal

V0SSEMEYER

ON

Saturday's Fray at Birmingham

Holds

It's

Young Arabian, Grandson of Shield of
Resolutions on Death
1J
Harp Tribe, Leaves Native Country to
1YJ.1S.
UI Hr.. Allrea .reter
Study Medicine at University Here Faculty of College of Engineer-

with different standards, ideals and
ambitions; but he hus gladly done ull
of this to become a citizen of the
United States.
Came to America Three Years Ago
The young AraD came to this country three years ago, and, although
only 20 years of age, ho immediately
applied for naturalization papers and
was granted the first ones a fow
weeks ago. Ho expressed his desire
to Btay in Americu permanently.
Harp received his early Ciiristian
education in the English College in
Arabia and was graduated from that
institution before coming to America
September 26, 1922. After u delay
of 10 days at the immigration de- artment he was detained at Ellis
Bland until an appeal could bo received from Washington givtag him
U.,. l,.l,f fn ivinvo WPHt. I In went to
Dayton, Ohio, to visit his father,

College

for Points Against 'Bama
i
Students will be excused from clas"Buck" at the "Hut," who has
ses during the third nnd fourth hours
For the benefit of nil the studbeen giving all University of Ken
Wednesday to nllow them to particients who will be unable to accomptucky football players who take
pate in the Armistice Day exercises. Freshmen
grid-gra- p
any the team to Alabama, a
May Obtain Their part in any game, n drink after
of the game will be Bhown Classes will be resumed at the begin
Score by Giving
every
contest which has been
ning or the fifth hour.
in the gymnnsium Saturday afterplnyed so far this season, is becomEnvelope to Registrar
noon starting nt 2 p. m. The adThe university R. O..T. C. regiment
ing more generous than ever over
mission chnrge will be 25 cents.
consisting of about 800 members and
or Dr. Minor
Saturday's battle with tho Crimson
The grid-grap- h
will be shown
the R. O, T. C. band will assemble
Tide at Bfrminghnm nnd is offerunder the auspices of the athletic ( on the campus at the end of the 36 MEN, 15
GIRLS SCORE ing a $2 meal ticket to every playassociation nnd Mr. Hansen will second hour and march to Kentucky
er who scores any sort of a point
be in charge of it.
avenue where they will join a parade
Ability and Training of Students against Alabama.
From all indications the State-Alabaforming' there at 10:15 o'clock. The
"Buck!" Wildcats, Buck! Buck
game will be one of the parade will move from Kentucky
Is Tested by Psychology
right on into the "Hut" nnd get
football classics of the year. At avenue west on Main street to BroadDepartment
your board. The points do not
the present time Alabama is unway, south to Maxwell, cast to Lime- necessarily have to come from a
defeated and is picked by many" , stone and south to the university
Immedintey. upon the
touchdown, but a field gonl, drop
football experts as the championgymnasium where appropriate exer- of this weeks Kernel, 51publication
kick or safety will allow you to
freshmen
ship team" of the South. The
cises will be held. At 11 o'clock the students 36 men and 15 girls will
make yourself comfortable at one
"Wildcats" have won two nnd lost entire parade will halt while a bugler clip this
article from their copy of of "Buck's" tables, and while you
one conference game but from
blows taps.
the paper and mail it home to '"Dad" are carving your name or initials
their showing against Centre last
Dr. Frank L. McVey will preside at via special delivery together with a
on its top, the chef will be busy
Saturday it seems certain they will
convocation.
The principal speakin the kitchen preparing you the
put up a strong battle against the the will be Major General George suggestion that an additional check
er
would be appreciated. The reasons
best meal that you ever allowed
conference leaders.
Duncan, U. S. Army, retired.
to pass your pallet.
for this run on 10 cent stamps lies
Every play will be shown on the
in the announcement by Dr. J. B.
grid-grap- h
But if you do not happen to
immediately after it
Miner, head of the psychology departbe one of those who is going to
occurs, and there is nearly as much
Chorus- ment, of the names of the highest cause the score-keepto hang up
pleasure in watching this instru10 per cent of the freshman students
a number under "Kentucky" toment as in viewing the actual
given
in the mentality test recently
morrow, why call at the Hut as
game, according to the students
them.
soon as you get back and order
who saw the "Chicago game
d.
Four Major Soloists Will Be This year the Army Alpha test was your drink just the same. That
Remember the time
Selected Within Short Time, given to all freshmen. A perfect if you. get in the game.
Saturday at 2 p. m., in the gym
score is 212, but according to Dr.
and BE THERE.
Says Prof. Lampert
"Buck" will be at Birmingham-witMiner it is not one person in 100,000
the team and he says that
that makes this score. Evidently the if 22 men get in the game and
The third rehearsal for members
all of them score it might break
of the chorus of "The Messiah,"1 University of Kentucky possesses no
for the
him up to pay 'em all off but he
oratorio, was held Monday night at freshman prodigies yearlings highest
was but would go broke the rest of his
the courthouse with about one hund score made by our
life to see such a thing happen.
fifty people present to try 192. The middle score ,was 126. The
red and
world may be "growing better" but
out.
according to the head of the psychoThe rehearsals will continue weekly logy department, the scores made this
and the four major soloists will be
Drum Major and Bandsmen selected within a short time. Pro- year are about the same as have been
made during the past, indicating that
Help to Win Victories
fessor Lampert, who has charge of the '29 blue and white caps contain
the production, is unable to give not a whit more knowledge than the
and Lerd Cheer
definite reports as yet but has chosen sky-piecof their upper-classme- n
to Defeat
December 11 as the date for the brothers. Thus is shattered another
initial performance.
ideal.
t freshman
CHICAGO ENVIED U. OF K.
Beckner, Augustus, Harbeson,
The orchestra of the University of
Any student may obtain his intelSchulte, Smith Also Win in
Kentucky and the Cincinnati Sym- ligence score ((should he feel he can
Throughout Kentucky and in a phony orchestra will furnish the stand the shock) by leaving either
Class Elections; Frosh
great many of the other states favor- music according to the reports of with the registrar or Dr. J. B. Miner
Vote Today
able comment has reached us as to the McDowell club, a strong sponsor an envelope addressed to himself at
the popularity of the university band. of the production. Watch the Kernel the post office of the college at which
With its strutting drum major and for further information concerning
ALSO STUDENT COUNCIL
fifty or sixty military trained bands- "The Messiah."
(CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT)
men our "horn tooters" and "drum
Results of yesterday's election show
beaters" have helped Kentucky win
that Elmore Vossenieyer was elected
many a victory and lent cheer to depresident of the senior class and that
feat.
Marie Beckner won over Grace Davis
When the strains of "Mv Old Kenby the small margin of four votes for
tucky Home" or the thrilling notes
of the same
the office of
of "On, On U. of K." ore heard, every
class.
Kentuckian and supporter of our
D. Augustus was selected to
James
great university is filled with pride.
head the class of '27 and Mary MurWe are proud of them.
Miss
ray Harbeson
A short story from the Chicago Wildcats Deftly Fill Cup of DeHarbeson was without opposition.
feat to Its Brim and Force
Tribune, published
soon after the
Ray Schulte, Wildcat end, was electmemorable game with the Windy City
Praying Colonels to
ed president of the sophomore class
players, is worthy of notice:
Drink
Kernel Members to Hold Third and Charlsey Smith, who was without
"I have been a regular attendant
opposition, was named
Monday
Session
at the University of Chicago football
The race for senior president was
games for several years. Puring the LOSERS FIGHT TO LAST
exceedingly close and not until the last
two games just played by Chicago,
The entire staff of the Kernel
ballots were counted was the result
"The king is dead, long live the will
there has been considerable comment
hold its third meeting of the
known.
as to why the University of Chicago king."
Monday, November 9, at
year on
Elections for fresliman class officers
As the old order passeth, making
cannot have an up to date band equip12 o'clock in the recitation room
and for the president of the men's
ment like some of the smaller colleges way for the new, we Kentuckians
of Professor Grehan, in the basestudent council are being held today
have. It seems to an outsider that felt that eight years of defeat at
ment of the Science building.
and all students are urged by the comfrom the funds collected at the foot- the hands of Old Centre "was
The purpose of this meeting is
mittee to vote.
ball games a budget could be made
to make preparations for a lunchSo Kentucky's Wildcats deftly filsufficient to equip at least a small
The annual class election of the
eon to be given in honor of Mr.
band in full uniform so that they could led the cup of deplorable defeat to
student body of the University of
Duncan Clark, of the Chicago Post,
make a favorable impression upon the its brim and forced the Praying
Kentucky opened Thursday morning
who will speak at the regular convisitors and not to be outdone by Colonels to kneel and drink, even to
and are continuing throughout today.
vocation of students on November
the University of Kentucky and Ohio the last drop.
From the time when the 'Cats first 20, at the third hour. Mr. Clark The officers of the sophomore, junior,
as they have been in the last two
considered one of the outstandand senior classes were voted upon
appeared on Cheek field till the is
weeks." C. R. Bond.
whistle sounded, fully half of all the ing journalists in the1 country and Thursday, and theseof of the Men's
the freshman
it is the desire of a number of the Kturfont Council nnd
11,000 hearts there beat as one for
WATCH THE ROMANY
class today. The voting 'hours are
journalism students of the univerKentucky. When the game started
sity to give him a warm reception from 8 oclock in the morning .until
The Romany Theater will present the same number of minds felt that
4 in the afternoon of each day. Bal"The Wild Duck," by Henrik Ibsen, they knew Kentucky would do nothing while he is here.
lot boxes are located in tho main
A. H. MORRIS,
as the second production of the sea- but win. And Kentucky did her stuff
Managing Editor. biulding of each college.
Try-ou- ts
son early in December.
are as only those who love the Blue and
Those nominated aro as follows:
being holil and rehearsals will start White could.
President of Men's Student CounThe band was there. Tho gentle
soon. Students are invited to try out.
cil.
"The Wild Duck" calls for Nor- strains of "On," On, U of K." reached
John A. Dabney, Law, Alpha Tau
wegian costumes und the scene is laid out far into the distance, and returned
in the home of a Norwegian peasant. again as soothing as the breath of
(CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT)
(CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) Students Urged to Save Mega-

* I'AGE TWO

KENTUCKY

KERNEL
of Commerce is fortunnte in having
Miss Mnryann Prewitt Young ns its
sccrctnry. She graduated last June
with n major in economics nnd is
therefore fnmilinr with commerce
work.
Wo of the College of Commerce believe that wo have n good faculty nnd
a good group of students. Wo believe
in ourselves; wo believe in ench other;
nnd wc believe in tho nims nnd purposes in the College of Commerce.

ALUMNI PAGE
Editor W. C. Wilson, Alumni Secretary
Assistant Editor, Helen J. Osborne

CLASS PERSONALS
J. J. Kitzpntrick with the Armstrong Cork Company of Spain writes
us ns follows: "The enclosed three
dollars arc to put me straight with
the Alumni Association and to assure
me the news from Kentucky for another season. I hope you and other
friends arc doing well nnd most of
all that you and yours are in good
health. Please give my regards to
my friends and classmates and accept
my best wishes for yourself.

CALENDAR

ECONOMICS

7 (First
November
Snturday Hcgular (luncheon at 1:15
Brown hotel.
Philadelphia, 'November 7 (First
Snturday Regular luncheon nt 1:15
Engineers' Club, 1317 Spruce street.
Buffalo,
November 14 (Second
Snturday Regular luncheon
1:15
Chamber of Commerce, corner Main
and Seneca street.
Lexington November 14 (Second
Snturday) luncheon nt Lafayette
hotel.
Lexington, November 2G (Thanksgiving) Luncheon for law alumni nt
the Phoenix hotel at 12 o'clock.
Lexington, November 26 (Thanks-

Louisville,

'15
Miss Amy Breslin, of Louisville,
writes us ns follows: I wish to advise
you that I have moved from 2916
Virginia avenue to 2804 Grand avenue
and ask vtlmt you nddress nil mail giving)

Home-comin-

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of
Alumni Thanksgiving

Game, Luncheon and Dance Are
g
Planned for
Day
Home-Comin-

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day for the alumni

of the University of Kentucky this
year is Thanksgiving Day, November
26. On this day the Wildcats play
Tennessee on Stoll Field, and according to present indications this should
be one of the best games of the sea
son. The game begins at 2:30 p. m
Dean Charles L Turck and the Col
lege of Law are planning a reunion
luncheon for all alumni of the law
college at the Phoenix hotel Thanks
giving noon, and it is expected that
many of the old law graduates will
be present at this reunion.
The annual Home-Comin- g
dance
will, be held in the new basketball
building, Thursday night. The dance
last year was a success in every par

Kentucky.
Joseph II. Johnson, who married
Miss Virginia Reeves '23, August 26,
1924, is nthlctic coach of the Coffee
County high school Athletic Association, Enterprise, Ala.
Otis L. Jones is salesman for the
Dierks Lumber nnd Coal Company
of Kansas City Missouri.
He should
be nddressed P. O. Box 37, Cedar Rap'19
ids, Iowa.
Mr. Jones married Miss
Simeon E. Lelnnd is on a lenva of
December
absence nt the University of Chicago, Dorothy C. Lewis,
studying for his Ph. D. degree. Ho 27, 1924.
Grahnm B. McCormick is with the
roceived his B. S. from Depaw University nnd his M. A. from the Uni- McCormick Lumber Company of Mt.
Sterling, Ky.
of Kentucky.
versity
A. Virgil McRce, Jr.. is principal
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of the high school at Sharpies, West
William II. McCord, who received Virginia,
his A. B. from the University of TenJames C. Merz is in the traffic denessee in 1917, has since graduation partment of The Andrews
Steel
married Miss Josephine Johnson, and Company, Newport, Ky. He is living
they arc now living at 2109 Ninth at 907 Columbia street.
avenue, south, Nashville, Tenn.
Miss Caryl Miller is catalog librarCommodore B. Fisher is doing edu- ian of the education library, Ohio
cational work with the Board of For- State University, Columbus, Ohio.
eign Missions of the Presbyterian
Miss Eleanor B. Morse should be
church. He should be addressed The addressed at 45 West Eleventh street,
American Boys' School, Hamadan, New York City.
Persia, Asia. He received his A. B.
Louis A. Riedel is a chemist in the
degree from MaryviHe College in 1916. laboratory of Swift and Company,
Wilmington, N. C. He is living at the
'21
Charles R. Rodgers is a student nt Y. M. C. A.
William A. Shelton is teaching in
the New York University, New' York
City. He is living at 19 West 106th the high school at "Vine Grove, Ky.
Harold F. Waits should be addressstreet.
Ky.
Robert J. Raible is a student of the- ed at Cynthiana,
ology and economics at Harvard University. He is executive secretary of
the Student Federation of Religious
Liberals at Harvard University. He DUES AND SUBSCRIPTION TO
married Miss Mable M. Gait June 28,
THE KERNEL $3.00
1924.
Robert W. McMeekin is with Star-re- tt
& Van Vleck, architects, New
York City. He should be addressed
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250 West Eleventh street.
Henry B. Lloyd is living at 436
Arthur L. Atchison is living at 336
West Market street, Louisville, Ky. Harrison avenue, Lexington, Ky. He
George H. Gregory, 2642 Stanton is a representative of the New York
avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio, is teaching Life Insurance Company.
biology in the Holmes high school,
T. Gardner Bayless is' living at 909
Covington, Ky. He received his B. A.
South Willow avenue, Tampa, Fla.
in botany in 1921 and his M. A. in He
married Miss Mary Louise Flemeconomics in 1923.
August 11, 1925.
Neville Fincell is living at 638 Tay- ing
Miss Jamie M. Bronston should be
lor avenue, Frankfort, Ky.
addressed at Richmond, Ky.
Herndon J. Evans, who married
Miss Estella Bullock is teaching
Miss Mary Elizabeth Downing
Freedom, Ky,
March 3, 1923 is editor and manager at Axel Robert Ernberg should be
of the Sun Publishing Company,
addressed at Berea, Ky.
Ky.
Thomas G. Fury is living at 139
who received his
Paul
o
first graduate from the
of Arts nnd Sciences, University
of Kentucky, who majored in economics wns in the yenr 1919. Previous to this time, ns Doctor Wiest
explnincd, this department wns a pnrt
of the department of history nnd political science. .Graduates from this
department nre as follows:

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'17
Jane K. Dickey, 135 East 52nd
street, New York City, writes as follows: "Will you be kind enough to
have the Kernel changed to my pres
ent address? I am studying in New
York
at the Nntional Training
school of the Y. M. C. A. and doing
some graduate work at Columbia.
Thomas B. alias "Prep"
Gordon
sends us the following under date
of October 2: "Inclosed you will find
check in payment of alumni dues
also the little slip setting forth the
information desired by your office
I meant to do this last spring when
you wrote me, but other matters
came up and prevented, and then
later I just forgot. So am glad of
the little reminder. "Have been with
the Oklahoma State Board of Agri
culture for nearly five years and do
ing the same work. Haven't seen
any of the former university folks
out here for a long time, but I know

Ohio.

Russell M. Green is accountant for
tho W. P. Brown & Sons Lumber
Company, Louisville, Ky. He Is living
nt tho Y. M. C. A.
Lymnn B. Hnll is. with the Employment Bureau of tho Y. M. C. A., Atlanta, Ga. Ho lives in Lyndcn, Apts.,
"
number 4.
Flcnor M. Henth is with the city
Y. M. C. A. of oLuisville, Ky.
Elizabeth H. Jnckson is living nt
451 West Sixth street, Lexington,

MAJORS

The

day of alumni;
game with Tennessee.
Lexington, November 20 (ThanksE. H. Clark writes us that he has
g
danto
moved from 476 Peterboro street to giving night)
in the basketball building.
120 Pingrce avenue, Apartment 2G,
Detroit, November 27 (Last FriDetroit, Mich. Mr. Clark is branch
manager of the J. D. Swartwont Com- day Regular) dinner nt Dixieland
Inn.
pany, 400 Penobscot building,
Herman Worshnm is at present at
Home-Comin- g
adCorbin, Ky., and mail should be
dressed to him at box 474.

accordingly.

AND
SOCIOLOGY

Mrs. W. E. Payne, who was formerly Luanna Duckwnll, should be addressed nt P. O. box 308, Tiffin,

DR. EDWARD
WIEST
was graduated from George Washington University in 1912
Doctor Wiest
receiving the degree of Bachelor of Arts. The following year he receive
the decree of Master of Arts from Columbia University and in 1916 the
degree of Doctor of Philosophy from the same institution. In the fall of
1915 he went t