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Y Vol. III LEXINGTON, KY., MAY ll, 1911 NO_ 35
 
—., Poo much cannot be said of the or more than any one man to make vidually, but not too numerous to be particular re t t k
I good work of The Idea. stat! tor the The Idea a. success iluaucially. He long remembered by the student body, There are S€vl;;;]€:i€f€(;:tSv;?1rthi:l;°:·_
past year. The Idea has been a suc- has certainly made the "ma.re go" by who have seen their names and splen- . y
cess in every detail, and this is duo getting the money and handling it in did articles on the pages of the paper mm' FUSL the n€wS• thus pr°°ur°d•
to the untlriug efforts of the Editorial the best possible Way. His business from week to week. mkés 011 8 S0m€Wh8·t magazine t0¤B,
d Business Staffs. ability has enabled The Idea to come d dl
| °nTh€ Idea has a Last week, at the final meeting ot an » $€C0¤ Y. 8 dozen ¤10¤'6 i¤1D0!’f8¤¢
pproached a stand- out with a neat sum In the treasury . _ ,
ard which scarcely seemed possible instead of a deficit which has formerly gnicegsvagagngel£;;°Ed't0thsuc£;23w;:§ things may ,h8pp°n bet`? een the Tue"
in the beginning. Each week its col- been the case. Mr. Ebbert has been Outgoing Ones. dal? On which the 8·$¤lg¤m9¤'i¤ WGTG
umns have been filled with the ably assisted by Frank L. Marx, an R W T l` , made, and the next Tuesday, when the
eholeest and spiciest local and general all-around hustler and wideawako C` H ‘R ms °y’ I`*dit°r`m`Cm°f‘ paper goes to pr955_
college news. Its jokes have been man, who has rendered the stat! good · · i°h"dS°“· Assistant Edit°"· _ _
many, its errors few, its wit sparkling service by his keen business tactics   L S/ul:{°"· Business M“·“’·g°"· N°W· the OUIY Way tv eliminaw thi!
and i S news tm _ and as Athletic Editor by reporting "· " °"· A¤¤i¤t¤¤t Manage'- condition of affairs which ot course
t ° I It is needless to say that with such
its editorials have been brummt_ many 8. good CO] EKG g&m0. m _ I h produces, at times, no little confusion,
u and speak well tor the ability and E. L. Becker has been one of the 0 cms as t Q"- th° p"°Bp"°t' f°" is to Select 8 Stan Of thn.ty_twO DB,
  work of its Edlwr·in-Chief, W. H. most tireless workers on the stat!. He next Yea" are exceedingly m*tt°*'m€· . ht t b d h k
Townsend. Mr. Townsend, one of has never halted between two oplnius S°nS• mg 0 ° “S° Bac Wee and
THE IDEA STAFF.
—··· - THE IDEA STAFF.
From left t0 I‘lght—S€8.t€d. Q Q   _ I ’ .
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B€Ckm__Athl€tiC Editor. € ` `tl K   V, v From left to R1ght——stand1ng.
Turley—Asst. Subscription Mgr.   { , R€DOI,t€I,S_
Slade--Advertising Mgr.     ` ' a { 3 { ` Wilmore.
Miss Taylor--Social Editor. “ · ' yy *7 Sahee
'l`0wnsend—Edit0riiu-Chief. Schultz.
Miss ·lV1ll1ams——S0cral. Editor. _ *7 / Hager.
'l1nsley—Asst. Ld1t0r. _` Q, V an U é . W j, Lewis.
Miss I)ean——·Social Editor. {     _t ‘ Bruner.
Marx-Asst. Business Mgr. ~ ' ' t Kelley.
I)owning—Subscripti0u Mgr. t_•_   Q Shubmékil
Sanders——Asst. Advertising Mgr.
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the ablest students in the colleges of when the success of The Idea was at A SUGGESTION. every department being represented.
Law and Arts, has been a most va.1u· stake. The voice of duty has never 1.. This would remove the possibility ot
l able h"'a·d Of The Idea Slam directing Called him in vain when there was How to get the latest and most in- double write-ups, and result in im-
mg best talent and energies to the work to be done "01d Beck" was al- _ __ . r v_ [_ _ I Y D _ b 1, V WL in mw, was Take for
work at all times, and truly can it he ways Oh hand. H8 has hortmyed ttrtstnnt, l1€\\b. nds omg, een a. pro - ll o ems i . 5 5 .· ,
said of him, "Semper fidelis." victories and defeats with equal grace lem contronung newspapers, and mstanue, the 1·¤~presenta.t1ve of the
To lt, W, Tinsley, the Assistant and fairness to all concerned, and nas t—s,pg(·l;_llly college publications, Classical D£‘l)£ll`[ll1€llK. lie will keep a
Edgy; rwflw tis ib¢mE<;:¢g;2?é;?h;g§ ggg§`?ll2i’t;;;;l:h;¥§ y;€g_¤;;;<;_?{18¤;;;;;¤; lu the universities because of the sharp look-out for all matter p€l‘¤1i¤~
"· O ex Y€a"· UC ‘ · V . .   ,~ ,, - . —,
credit is due. His intensely patriotic with 8 qhh. 0h€·» by his Side, to Cham mam departments and the more or nn'. to [ilk, Lollq.,e ot Arts end btience.
college spirit, his thorough training around all over the athletic ¤'r~I;1 in loss arduous class—roo1n duties, it is \\heu there 15 an address lll chapel, if
in lh? Department of Arts. together Order K? give €l;'€"V`*:*?'**il gf Um '-T¤'¤€ not always an easy matter to get ac- it is ulong his line, he will make note
wtth an unusual literary ability has <‘O*l‘€Cf Y to T 0 UBB TBR €‘¥`S· . L. { · · · ll »-» I » ' _ 1’ 't, 'l`l 1* will l * tr‘u‘ ill th8 0th€1`
made ms work during the past, year Theo. smug, as Advertising Ms.- °"““ `__° "f‘“°}‘S_k°°_f`*° ‘“*’*"""‘iS ‘; ‘ _t Q: _1 "_n °)e_mhzmY in
of the highest value. atzer, has done snleudid and faithful ="‘“i ll lm “°' l¤ Um l"`0P€"Y "`V*“ ‘“°“_• °a" “ 8 Sl ‘ ’=·
The advertising space has glwgys \\f1‘l<. and WPS ably assisted by J. B. tlivitletl, it often happens that two or his own field. \Vh€u this has b€0¤
bww mlfid. Whlffh SDPBJKS ]0\1d9l' {YIM! S&2(%€*rB· f h h b snort- writt·-ups como in on the same dmw, illld \\’l1£‘l1 ull Call RIIOW with
Words for the energy and enterprise . Bfgé part O t 0 success ns can . r ., ____ 1 . r _\_ _. V . _ _ .
of the Business and Advarusmg Man- due to the fahhml work of V. L. thnns. lhe present nrtthod ot rnaking., terttnitty ]ustfn·l1ut·dut;e;s he; E ex
ag9,.s_ The adverusemehts have heeh I)0“vniug’ Subscription Mnnngen and news usstgnments here nn our nnstitu- pettu to pu oun,~ It xw no e so
interesting, snappy and mutually the untirinp; assistance of E. J. Kohn. tions has not proved very satisfactory. great an undertakmg to get out the
ll!'0YiU=\bl6 to ¤·dV€!'tl8€1`B, D\1bllBh0l‘B To The Id*`8 Staff in general ls dl`-9 The usual course is to write out \1[)OI1 [mpc? £‘8.t‘h week. b€¢t‘8.uS0 HIOFB 9f·
and readers. A large part of the much honor uml credit for the liter- _ _ . _ I t._.\ t _ _k _ I b_ d i 3 Short
credit is due S. C. Hibbert, the Bush ary €x(_t_h€nC0_t_f the paper. Thhy 8,8 rl hlunk, u. weele lntote tn paper nuru won- (..8.1 t one n
has Mahhgen He has done as much ton nn,nn,·l,nB to be mentioned indi. comes out, the nrtn-les you want that length of tame.

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for the benetlt of the students, the faculty and alumnae of that V
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THE IDE;} is the official nhevzspabgertof themllnivézrsltyh and is issued wellily M|·d¢ By ‘
di thy l ewaar. sceoecst vt e 1’Ket ·. . ,
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. L. MARX .......... . ................. , .... . ......... . ....... t r t
Q L. BEGKER ........ . ..... i .......... . ..... . ........ Assistant Athletlzc Edio(;r Notch   *
BUSINESS STAFF Carpets, Wall Paper and Stoves. u•..•m••. cme. mmm c¤.,u.m• C
S. C. EBBERT, Business Manager   1
I'. L. MARX, Asst. Business Manager. J. B. SA.NDERb, Asst. Adv. Mgr. “
THEO. SLADE, Advertising Manager. W. A. LURFLY. Asst. Sub. Mgr.  
V. L. DOVVNING, Subscription Mgr. E. J. KOHN, Asst. Sub. Mgr.         i
THE PASSING OF NYE Ol-DEN the factories and laboring therein. So BTEAM 'and DRY 0LnA'NmG°   N
TIME8." it happened that in a great many in-
· -—— stances the boy could only obtain the 159 south mmcltone ca Co ‘ '
With the pgggiug of Lime, there its q. i¤f0¥'m8UOD for which he sought- b,   ·  
continuous change. In me good old slips. falls and hard knocks in the
days, cur rmramers couwutecéy r¤;¤§1;v:§¤t<;l<:_;  ugfsgrggrgeé stm Um UNIVERSITY LUNCH STAND THE LEADING |
jogged along the rough, uneven roa s · ’ 1 L IAI UNB]
on horseback, or else were glad to find V€¥°¤itY. however. which changed this First QIBEBM mfch and SPEC TY H0
a seat in the cumbersome stage-coach cenditicn of UUDSS wld ¥¤¤d0 possible ‘ O Ba S .
which wound its laborious way from the realization of many youthful A']. ALL HOURS  
*“‘¤g° *0 “"‘m· °“’,§”‘;"‘m‘;‘“°‘,?· §E2?,i%”;,f‘§‘§ £‘2§k‘§°Z§d”212JL‘¥§’§s $2 A- B· BARRETT
itt‘n by the blazing rep ace n t e ·
LQ, ivintler evenings, mingled a mug are perceiving the great ¤¤c¢¤¤itv for COL S· L‘m° md C°lf” S“· Stylcs ‘
of satisfaction with the whirr of the higher education along all mms 0f  
spirmjng-wheel, little dreaming or the W¤¥‘k» Md it is t0 ml ****8 Med thu EVERYTHING, pox Tg m' HIGH GLASS
vast Cbnnlges that would deveyopo M we have the State University with its KODAK! I
the years rolled by_ And it was mu, qepanggnts or .»_E;ts,t Qclencem Te;ch· OUTER GARMENTS AND
S8l`Il€ gfalld-IIlOth€l'S 8.Ild grand-father! lng, UllH§€,' · QC I‘lC8 , QC !ll· Developing ·¤d Printing.  
who, with beaming faces and approv- 08% A3¤?0ul$;;l 1?;1SSi8l;;g;I€§}upg)~';§*’
ing words, considered the childl‘¢¤B’ an gr l · ` Lexington Photo Bu I O0,
education complete when they could ble Y0? thé high $@100] E¥‘8·d¤¤t€8 to Ov Ki b , T C tpgty FOR
read, write, spell through the Blue- fully &PPY'°cl¤t€‘ the gift which our u I ya °¤ °° °"
back speller, and "cipher into frac- Commonwealth has bestowed by oi'fevr·
mms,. In mn this was prncticauy lg; them the many advantages or the     and   _
8,11 the education that Was ¤€C€S8¤!'Y tmversity whereby they can Strongly   `llt   
then, and considering the sparsely set- and thoroughly equip themselves Full Lim Now on Di la
tled gondition or the <·¤·mu~y, me dif- along any ¥’¤’**°“‘¤’ },‘“°· ICE CREAM PARLOR Sp y
""““y *“ S"’°“"“"’ "°“"”"“’“‘ ‘““"“°" m.g,°"§¥$tiS§é`¤:l?a¤§,;0“glgrgtrggiitigxg AND LUNCH STAND
ors, and the general indifference of the _ _ ·      
public toward matters Oy this kind' we And as the competitors increase in the O •
mm understand hO“v ambitious parents n;a.dhrace   syncsgsiaagxewagvggizguig South Lime and \Vmslow Streets
‘m ‘llb 1 dthtth' 1;*1. 0 SW6-me   mj;]
dnrlgn cowld egeg ;2;i€sox·¤?·a1 weégkg gf apparent. Ill-prepared individuals will Street East
school through the earlier yr-ars or drop out: boys, who thought that after J_ ;_ FITZGERALD
vouthi completxng the ninth grade, all further ···*· ·*;"‘-—···—·····
~ Yet. the main reason whv only U`&l¤i¤l¥ was uS"l€SB· will g€*;“7·€’i§“§r PLUMBING
the rudirnents   learning \v(xr9 then mistake, but tOO late; an t mv 9 •  
I1€{.\d(k(l` and yyhy \y(¤ ygad Of   suc. the DSYSOH, W'hO h8.S taken   time to        
cess of men and women of poor edu- forge carefully each link in his chain 269 \V. Short, - - Lexington, Ky,   &  
cation, is because the conditions were cf PY`€P*=“`&ti0¤· that will mach th'? ·
Similar throughout thy Country.         Old da`s are no more   I
1’.’i·h d   ll' th €S· 8 ·' · · · · -·
§§,‘f,€‘§Y1,Q,,;Ct§§, ,{{§§Q_ "r§T§]‘i, @,€‘§t ef The icgd S¤§s.c?;?;SB tggggs hss 3;: KINKEAD GOAL COMPANY Sprmg Lmcm F`urmshmg |
ti I ·k‘rhd td 8d_ WBYSGOII ST V. Z
ucraooirliaga axes l¢;‘r2);\r.ba;¤k ;1};>mu;·:’¥1th9 roaring Limited, with derisive whistle. OYFICE and YARD- Goods, Hats. and Oxlords ·
mist of years and see the marvellous fiffgleslszigligagilgeinog Tsgiggxhggzeé N0. 157 N. Broadway. SIC HOW bemg Shown al
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;;anr?o3.·Ontk;2?t wlgnehrgis ygglllfg {tha; has died out, and by the clash, clang, RAILROAD YARD—C. S, Frught, Dg. '
success lies in our ability to keep and Tumble Of gigantic machinery um pot, S. Broadway and Christy Sb,       Mnllcr and
abreast of educational progress and gentle wm"` Qt the “pmm“g°wh°€l wd Florshrim Stdson
of mechanical appliances has revolu- silenced forever- Our ¤¤¤<*¤di¤ System S  & C Shtcs   Hats l V.
tionized the world. It has quickened of Dublm $Ch°°l8· high ¤¤h<>¤1¤» wd O. 140W M . S
the page or life and compelled us to finally the University, has blotted out . am treet
depart from the methods and trad;. the picture of the forlorn urchin bend- HOME-MADE QANDY
tions ot our fathers, Conditions gm U18 ¤€8·!‘ the f¤¤bl¤ light 0f °· t“u°w  
constantly arising which make higher °°·¤d1°· Bwkiug W satisfy ms hungry FRESH EVERY DAY ·
education necessary and all classes lime heart by upormg °"°" _P°m° 107 East Mi . _St
are   to undérstaud   in musty volume ot   lore. W6 n . '
ti th t bl , bett t i · $ ,
in`; $$1 ‘.§L’0‘{,1§mZ‘§_“ “ °’ ’° “ sgum the swift mus ¤e rw·»¤¤¤¤» Griffith ca C .._..._._.
Only comparatively a short time °°?t;”'Y l¥°· gut *5**-t°'?`i m?' b° uw  
man to acquire a couggg   in make the most. of OUP OppOTY,\111iuX     gmt,. in H you want ••Quality" Gqqdg
any subject outside of what is usually m"'- in articles of toilet ctc .1.0
termed "the learned pr0fesslons"-— ’ °’
law, theology and InGdiCin€.   [ bO’,   P R l N T I N G     "th° girl',   an-
even after completing a high school W I h & M P ' t' c
course, desired to become better ac-         0, 140 South Lim ton joy trade 'ith us
quainted with the best methods of Incorporated ea Q ° °
farming, he could only obtain the
news or individual ramen. If uu P R I NTI N G F"°“° Ph°°° 537*
mind was rather of a mechanical turn, num-• wonx A ••=•ro•A;..·rv     C0.
he could quench his thirst for knowl- '°"•·* "•·•°N¤° ’
gdgg in no other yay than by gutgdng 2‘1·l28 N- UNBSTONE · · LEXINGTON KY LOXl¤gtOD, • • Kentucky N• w• c°Y• Main & I•im°•

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A Penn Saved A' 8*   gulsvlll; (33u‘i·!i;?··Joumal: $2;;, ;?er¤¤¤tr>‘ in many was in (-h8,·g€._ was demmtad in Red
T P0 BSSOP TBC •“¤Z€ RS b€l`€ Del'- YE‘a"“· _ Cross designs and here, in the after-
i TALCUM POW DERS formed a pioneer task. _ The *>·»<·k has also r<·<·<·¤~‘c<1 the mr- mmf, was a concert mangeti by that
_· AT COST Denver Republican; mail emlorscment ot` cvpr-rts connected (,Ommm,,,,_ \\-ith M,.S_ Zembmd pm
T Until the present volume a complete with L<*l¤¤€t<>¤, Virsinia and other ¤¤i~’<~rS—i- eral w€11-ch0St»¤ seleotions; me solos
. _ Rochester (N. 'Y.i Chronicle: nes GY This <`0¤¤U`Y· MOU of Yh€ {0** of Miss Mitchell, accompanied by Miss
The Best Hot Chocolate in H9 IS b€?0¥§1¤t-ily m0<:,€*;t in bi; OSVYI eign ’$"l"""""? al`? Fl *0 bi? }]€'*;gd Haynes of Sayre, were much enjoyed.
estimate o t e scope o is wor , ut Y¤~‘¥'l· >·'· i*" ·*’ li ‘¥·¥ Y`€"€ V"'- 0 and 't r ` os 'blu t `
the City he has really pointed the_way to an i.omm<»n¢l>iritm of »·Om;,.y$m judg9S_ the ;_l£g?c"3§nc?£g.° ;’n“:'hYg`°g$€:?£;
appreciation of the organic unity of {bv le=¤rl·n>· D11bl1Sh€P_1n England. me Armory was again the gggng of
mlm. Murrgiy of London. is lssulng the action, for everyone attended the ball,
···*‘ Englzsli edition. _ _ _ and to the accompaniment. of good
_The (`rifli? Of the l*°3dm{-¥ L€‘_l¥’Zl€ music. enjoyed dancing till midnight.
        l1:l<;‘¤‘8¤'>’ ioimial CITRFBCYQNSQS ltttgs The fish-pond, here, proved a source
" e mos, t oroug as we HS 0 of much amusement.
g g ' 7 :n0Sfl_;i€l?;·hf?\1; hvolume 01;] <‘?1§YlI;8¥‘8· it was a. success, financially as well
  we IGN W9 3V€ €V€¥' an €’(  as socially; everyone—students, fac-
Phme 154 Your Nearest 'Drug Store =   ..--•-•-———-—-— Iiilty and the most prominent people of
  ‘     1-HE COLLEGE FAIR exington. which was encouraging to
_,__._ ` University goers, entering into the
, . . scheme with enthusiasm which ren-
"' “€ Dad thought about lt' talked dered it an occasion to be long remem-
about it and erha s we had wor-
~ ried about it   nevIer' in the wildest berm' and' We hom" to be repeated
flights of   fancy, did, we imagine it """"
    & C0, — . could be such a glorious success. State P I A N O S F R E E
University has not, as vet, recovered
. I¤¢001‘D0l‘nted , . from thatyall-day festival. We are still —-FROM-
  thinking and talking about the "C0l— A N Y D E F E  
_ _ · lege Fair." ,
Will do your Society and Com-   The work was carried on by the Thavs “h":n:;"t{l_g°t wh"' Y°“
_— Woman’s Club of the University, in 0m
mencemcnt Invitations Mid PTO- FT`- Order to mise funds for ucalvort Cot. M t R. h M l C
‘=s’ ’ tage," on South Limestone, which is       m   0.
grams better than others. _ bfllllg béalltlflluy   for the  
gntiavicirsitykahiiosptgtzg Sid every gittle ' "'“*"'
e 0 euneangwasatrac-
No. 152 West Main Street tive and in perfect taste. The tickets,   I  
in the University colors, with the sign
Lexington, Ky, of the Red Cross, were sold by the
young ladies of the Y. W. C. A., who 'mts your picture umm you hn
literature, and he has done so with a 00¥&f€;:€dd that it W88 8¤ 6:8Y ull h°m° S° d°°° y°'"
  clarity and a gracefulness that make 9·¤ 0¤ 6Y evening BBW t 6 ¤'l·¤|·
` his book a popular treatise. It, is f0¤"!¤8Yi0¤ vf tht? 8Ym¤18Si\1!¤ and lihé  
{ vastly {asCi¤a;,mg_ armory. It was a beautiful sight, the —-·~·’··-
{ L d H 1 Bogmn Globe; gymnasium being decorated in the CALL AT
_     Those who have scholarly tastes various C0l01‘S of the di¤€Y€¤t» S0l'0l'i· , •
3 will appreciate "The Evolution of Lit- UGS fmq. of ¢0\1¥°S8· in those of the     S  
    e·rature." The volume contains a vast U¤·i\f€¤‘€·¤iY- To fbi? léft. 88 YOU GD-
P amount of original matter which can- t9¥`€¤ UW gYm¤88l¤¤1. WM thé b00lLh d I t 1
‘ Th I 5 I h _ L _ of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, in ° mm h°p Y°“ mah m°'·h°*°
e on y rst cass s op 111 €XUlg¥0¤   in its colors of red, buf! and green, 8·DDY and ¤·l¤0 hélp y0¤ tc Win
° Yale Pompadoura specialty, where the young ladies of the sorority your
__ B FO-I-QCH Pm mmm served ice cream and cake. Mrs. Paul
  ‘ ‘ * t Anderson presided over the "Arts and    
r • • Crafts" booth, very attractive in blue with wm, of thosc
purchased articles of brass, mission    
_.THE... wood and other things of "college S _; I t { t pl t
, make" The Alpha Xi Delta sorority pen 8, rl ” 0 · u en ·°
• had an attractive and popular candy S4! WEST MAIN ST- F¤y• Ph•¤¢ l635x
    S   booth of white with touches of cedar *"—"'"_"""`-·_*""""
with Miss Clara White presiding, pre-
' sented a pretty picture in red, white  
0u   S and blue, aud here cakes, pies, pickles     —°'
g and other articles necessary for house- y _ v
Always tha Bos]; 8h0w_ keepers were offered for sale. The " ·
. punch howl, a very popular booth, and °' {
Always thy Same Pncg_ _ the junk shop, where one listened to    
Hwa Olean A1 G l L€X1llg'tOIl, — · Kentucky the Strange chatter of a foreign tongue , _,_ _ ____ '_
YB · ways • and bought everything from a monkey {   M ' `
. V QM
Qftgu 0uf,.Ta_]_kgd... to a Chinese work of art, was followed   ‘
y a novel grab bag in the guise of a.  
N°"’ °“*·d°“°- With the Milward C0 ‘““*‘ "°*‘· "°*‘° Dm “*"“"°°“ We igowsork  %i·iséNB.ti  
. _ _ ‘ sided and no one escaped, Prof. "Wal- G- _ H ‘ `
· Shows D'm1Y"‘3·00» 7·30» moo- ‘ ter" beinr seen with t li i hi wcmeam ‘
305 W Main Both Phones 10 ** °' “ p “ B
TRY 1.0 GET IN ' button·hole and a prize in his pocket. 213 *2 EAST MUN STREET
' The post·ofl‘lce, where Mrs. Barker pre- Near o toffice

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and their loyalty and enthusiastic sup-
      port alone can forge the link between ij   _ I W _ V   a I _ _ J t
the man out ln the world and the man l   _.~‘ ‘     ,  n   _ & ._·   _ `___;,; ° g4,, »  _ ~.é;_,_$_,l        ; . 1 1  (_  ` _ .3    
in college. I “ `. %‘5" ** ° . {Q     {T       _e·» .0S$lbl<’- 'l"h<’ 0DD0l’t¤¥;i· I - » .   ’,.,—;‘t;j   .I.;;:r·`     s··_—f _. H » 1 t  J»  I lj   t  
ondarv training and to realize the de- ty for which we have salted lllllg 9 { . e -—`‘ ~  . , _ ,   , U -_,...»_ ;;,§·    .Q;f3.;·‘f-w ¤;;;..   .. `I:“ .’f.xI;-7'{g~ir »" "?_’,Z;’°*#'  in "
mamyi-m. universal elementary gn. ours. Shall we, as an association and W. t-   ~ ~ ·· ~ . ~ ., V  »·  · —    ». » M    
Stm`.mm_ AS me Ayumng of the (tni. as alumni, measure to the test of the l,:§$#·   ‘ ·   J
versity have watched the educational hl¤h l‘<‘SD0¤SlhllllY Hlld f°b;:F&{;°;‘ {·_§{~ in ¤· · tt · i g
advaum- in the Commonwealth and Whlfh l" bfmg gmdllams O tneshgli li  ` _;;_‘.` ·   .• r ll
seen their Alma Mater emerge from V<’l‘F'llY of l*"‘“l“"kY **9 8“S“m°i1 I ‘ j     . ‘.l§:e4 &j‘_     ·. Z ._
the narrow bounds of a college into we T*l`°V<’ °llVF<’lV°S <‘Hl>¤hl<‘ of 9 ll UK ,,;&;_· · _ };%f..,» ee-   —’     r  
the vest and varied work of a uni- to la? *}*9 f°“"d”ll°“ M lh° '°°S(;“r°°°é   _, .   __ _r___ ¥ e.   ,5;     Tr S?} Sl; _ ;_ 
versitp, there has come an understand- lllp "““°"*"“lH"’“ "ml lh° train ng °   · ( 5, I __»»_ _   fj   _ . »   * s 5 i i,  
inc of the part that the University K¢~‘ll¢‘l'8Tl0llF YP? Ullb0l'¤?] f C I   l in   _   ;‘=‘ ' _,   4 ‘ '    
must take ln the development of the l‘°* “" ““sW°" lh° ssp mir {ge; riij e,   I a   . 4_ e~ "· .___,,;·;_ ”{$g , 
resources of the State, in the evolving l<"F" M°lll*’¥` and "°m" Om? do Hd lg: x;     =;yA · v 3 t   ¤• . -.   r     A 
of her great industrial enterprises and “"al`mlh of ll"' aY’T“""`l8H““ an D Q ¢~", \_ _, it l ` ze "·=_;,,. "* M., , - _ ·   _,,_ ,» .
in the awakening of her people to the lh "°· The l“"""‘8S°d mtmber ef he"   " - .¢L,·?;‘~»`__ *`     _ ` · ’  
imperative demands of the highest cit· ;lllldl?»‘!“· h°*'H*;:>‘I’:§:l‘;g_O§(?u1)l:]l3?):;‘é   Z ,, ,_     —     -·} 1*;;) l '
izenship. er v gorous _. l.~_g,;;_ ____,  ,.5   n _ ae. sr   if  ., ·,·  
To be an institution which is the “°lll bm"? ” ""‘”l‘”‘H°“ °f (mr pan il; Z   lx., 1       .    l’< W‘7¢l.   .»—;·.,.wt I
complete expression of the loftlest the making ard developing of 9· ares l   » r ~*‘— r t.,     __     Pe-—·e ·-·’ ‘ '2'T  "`  v  .
ideals in the life, the thoughts and the and powerful llnlversltv lag`, .·._ l     ";s;§>‘* ·-"’          st     t.
fcellnszs of her people. she must be so ________,_________ i B ‘   J   {jc y         Q; _
comprehensive in scope. so perfect in {E4; rg   ‘‘V- · »   at- _ t · » vi     ,
equipmcllt. so far-reaching in outlook       ?·,;,_, ·~·   _   f_ ,_  , 4 _ ` ;_“f§,._ f _Q `·
that anyone may find there those op- J- A e 7   ~ - ‘ 2   V r · V _ _ ,   A _ K \
portunities for work and standards of        ·· 4 ‘ —;   _ , ·-~- ·   S5"   l
excellence which will flttlngly prepare _. ·‘- ‘·’   {   ·
him for the most exalted service to his _ j.   i,.-V ,· * •
time and generation. lt is an assured During the approaching commence- gs, J t , r ‘   ,  
fact that no university can develop ment week attempts will be made to   ‘ ` R ' ’
along broad. general lines rapidly nor acquaint the friends of the University . . o ~·* b _ '  
surely without the aid and co-0pera- and the Alumni in particular with the ‘ j_· _,      
tion of her alumni, that she needs state of affairs existing about the in- se,.   P r` }
their wise, valuable counsel in the stitution at the present time, the work · 1 ‘ . Q.   ·
fostering of her policies. she must that is being done and the aims and _ r,   ~ ` * · ` ·-   , _ _
have their strong, efficient service in aspirations of the University. To this   .  — - ¤ °   .~»     Yr . ln: 
the planning of her great enterprises, end it has been deemed advisable to , " -— ,   Y » _ 7,*    ‘¢f >_  "`
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_ ’- . -‘1.- é*—z;_..;gg; ‘p_;       ’j¢.j ·_¤-‘_   ·i_*-- t     .<.»- t ,   .·-— ;E‘§ie1‘?e3=»;-1-2~g,_i_·¥$;i=>:€§g;r;_fV;.j;‘i*_;5.;;jjggQ designate the commencement week of and that its failure to do the great I
_ t  er     ,· e       _L_~_=__   ,.._—.. T ...,   .,;‘_,‘   ‘==_‘   -_·» ’ giigsea ¤=;   1911 as "Home Coming Week," and work possible could only be due to a
' _   }».·r.¤j¢;é_,%;ir;;:;_j":Zi‘T   ;‘=i¥;_,;.      ;;;g;i;;A4;f,._'i ei.   yi; ,,1-; ;_.,i_;_.;_;;i that every possible effort be made to lack of acquaintance on the part of B
—           ..,t     ’‘.¤*~i.   ‘t.i_ .   ¢1¥g2i'_;     set a general convention of the members of the association with the
  ____       —·   `,__,   _t_‘ ' i_`‘    . ;;, .___   · fw; j fi. e °V _; quaint everyone with the lines of work H8 it exists HOW. Our new president
; ,     t       ‘   .._. ;,;Qjffi§§g _ ._· *, _.____p. ‘   ·j g ,·_.  ._ q to be undertaken in the immediate realizes as well as any other the im-
t H  ._.., ~       __  _qn_ ·-·;;at-c¢jt;,_,_§?2i: _- V:V_ i ntvv   » · .   . gntnre_ mense influence in the hands of the
,   <_ _   _      éggui  ,   · ,     at           ._ _   The College authorities Originally in. alumni Association and has at various
= in.. r   1;   "`_—;e <`‘  F?’Z?{i*Zi%>2éz€z%z&§?t;4. _..._.   L `   ._‘‘ if; -·t{‘ V   , ~ tee of the Alumni Association, how- The tzrounds, as will be noticed from  _
’ ‘ _ %_    .__________ _   `C`C *       L; `-_- — ~ I ever, decided to take up the matter, the accompanying picture, present an ·
3     q‘   ---» , ,.i- A 3,- ,  l feeling that it could be made a suc- egltirely different aspect from what .
‘..; _. .       -;,,t;;n,,;;;;¤··  ·- -.   _   ,» - » ·  ' cess with such co-operatton as could t ey had when you were here, The Q v
-» ·   AAA-   __A—   ‘  ·* c   he given by the University authorities. picture, thouvh at first sight absurd in l
· t ‘ - t t    t; ..%§<=‘i,é  A..-   . ` . . V · For this and other purposes beneficial appearance to one formerly familiar
· ` ,    `  ·‘ _sj%, ;g%?g;;§ —.·- agi" . . , e to the lnstltution the Executive Com- with the grounds, will be found on _ y
._     · t   mittee of the Board of Trustees were examination to be entirely oeeuroto r
,- - _ · ·  /1    Xg t liberal enough to give $300, which the The personnel of the faculty is largely .
. —  *“    ` TSE?   ‘ e Executive Committee believe to be the eh armed, although many faces with  ‘ ·
‘    =§ ;;__- _ V · . best assistance that could possibly be which you were familiar in the faculty _
  , - V · , ‘ - "fQg?;¤ ;?%2,>r°" 1**·¢··*,:;;;g;;§;;_ig_;_&;;_;1::- ‘ t given, inasmuch as with this financial remain. Perhaps you are not aware , V
  ··    C  . g¥¥r?$="" ’ · aid they felt able to provide attractive that the entire staff now eomprlseg · · ,
· ¤     ` igf’?§.§,g§. ..._ _,   ». p » and instructive entertainment for the about one hundred and forty people, 1