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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

VOL. X.

LEXINGTON, KY

LAW SOCIETY ELECTS
OFFICERS FOR YEAR EVANS ELECTED STAGE

SENIOR COURT ISSUES

It Elected an
orary Member.

Mr. R. W. Owens

Rules for the Behavior of
All Underclassmen Laid
Down by Seniors

FRESHMEN WARNED

Hon-

The first meeting of the Henry Clay
Law Society was held last Thursday
in the club room in the Law Library
at 8:00 o'clock. The meeting was called to order by Carl Denker, temporary
chairman. The following officers were
elected for the ensuing terra: H. O.
Bryan, president; Neville Moore,
Bailey B. Baxter, secretary; O. C Walker, treasurer; Herbert
Haley, attorney general; Ed Dabney,
chaplain; Sylvester Woods, sergeant-at-armDean Slagle, critic. By a
unanimous vote of the society Mr. R.
W. Owens was elected an honorary
member.
A committee,
composed of Carl
Denker, Ed Dabney and Dean Slagle,
was appointed to confer with Dean
Lafferty as to the course to be pursued
by the society this year.
Now that the Henry Clay Law So
ciety is again running it is earnestly
desired that every member of the Col
lege of Law be present at every
meeting. Law students, this is your
society and it is up to you to make it
the best society on the campus. Come
out and help us!

Rules to direct the behavior of
every underclassman and intended for
the welfare of the University at large
have been issued by the Senior Court
with the promise of dire results if
they are disobeyed. Especially are
the Freshmen given instructions as to
the proper way to conduct themselves.
Offenders against the rules will be
called before the Senior Court to explain their departure from the path
of the righteous.
The following is the edict as laid
down by the Seniors.
1. No member of the student body
shall intrude on the special privileges
heretofore enjoyed only by Seniors.
2. Freshmen shall at all times as
sume a respectful and deferential attitude toward upperclassmen.
3. Freshmen must be properly and
neatly clad at all times.
4. No Freshman shall be permitted
to sit at the head of a table in any
dining room.
5. All underclassmen must attend
FRESHIES AND SOPHS
every athletic rally.
6.
No member of the University
TO
shall use the paths for short cuts
across the grass.
No automobiles
No. 7.
shall be
Clifton Pond to Be Scene
parked or driven on the grass.
of Anual Tug of
8.
No person shall paint numerals
War
or
on or otherwise deface the walls
tuildings of the University.
The annual
between the
9. No student shall be permitted to
sweater bearing the insignia Freshmen and Sophomore Classes of
wear a
of any institution other than that of the University will be held Friday
afternoon across Clifton Pond. This is
the University of Kentucky.
No Freshman shall break a one of the old institutions of the Uni10.
versity and it. is designed to be furSenior at any dance.
nished with "pep" and enthusiasm
are
The following Interpretations
hereby presented with a view of clear- which every school must have in order
ing any doubts that may arise as to to make a name for itself off of its own
campus.
the correct meaning of the rules:
Due to war conditions the contest
The term "upperclassmen" defines
all Juniors and Seniors of the Univer- was not held last year but both classes
sity while "underclassmen" refers to are preparing with additional enthu
siasm to have this affair more than
.Freshmen and Sophomores.
The term "Special Privileges" is un- make up for the one omitted last year.
The school has always been given
derstood to include:
a half holiday for this event in years
1. Wearing corduroys.
canes or swagger gone by but up to the time of the
2. Carrying
Kernel going to press the Adminissticks.
trative officers had not announced the
3. Wearing mustaches.
4. Appearing on campus uncovered holiday.
The first
was held in 1915,
or without coat.
Person's affected by Rule No. 2 are when the Sophomores, though smaller
advised to use particular caution at in numbers, were able by superior
boarding houses, cafeteria, book store strength to drag the "Frosh" through
,cy depths. Every year since, the
and at all nublic events of whatsoever the
tabooed tar, dust, foot holds, etc., have
nature,
The provisions of Rule No. 3 shall been m evidence on both sides but the
not apply to the wearing of coats or Freshmen have been able to conquer
blouses by members of the University ench year B,nce the first.
The Presidents of the two classes
Battalion while at drill.
Any infringement of the above rules usually nip a coin for a choice of sides
shall receive immediate and indi- - r tne Pnd thoun the
class Is usually placed opposite the
vidual attention.
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By Order of the Senior Court.

OCT. 17, 1919

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MANAGER

FOOTiALL

No. 4
RALLY
SIGNS OF

OF STROLLERS Enthusiasm Aroused

SHOWS
OLD-TIM-

E

PEP

by U. K. Qrad

MEMBERSHIP

CONTEST

uate and Community Singer.

Plans Completed by Dra
matic Organization for
Amateur Night
COMMITTEES NAMED
Plans for Amateur Night were made
and the officers of the year elected at
the first '19 meeting of the Strollers,
held in their studio Monday afternoon
Herndon Evans, Junior, in the College
of Arts and Science, was elected stage
manager.
Mr. Evans, who is an old Stroller of
fame, appeared in "The Lion and the
Mouse," "Father and the Boys" and
"How the Ham Saved the Home
stead." The future of the biggest play
in University dramatics is confidently
left in his hands. For his assistance
Preston Cherry, Senior Law student,
was elected Advertising Manager, and
Robert Raible, Junior A. B., Business
Manager.
Friday, October 31, the fateful Hallowe'en, was decided upon as Amateur
Night. Prizes of five dollars each will
bo awarded for the best individual act
and for the best team act. Students
must submit the names of their selections to the committee,
Emery
Frazier, Herndon Evans, Donald Dinning and Martha Buckman, and coms
pete in the
for "place" on
the program.
The Hallowe'en program will be jufiged by the following
committee:
Prof. Enoch Grehan,
Wayne Haffler, Fred Augsburg, Milton Revlll, Mary E. James and Allene
Fratmann.
Prof E. F. Farquhar and Prof. Mabie
have been appointed on the commit
tee to judge and select the play for the
year. It is reported that this committee is already at work.
try-out-

"Did prohibition put a ban on college spirit?" We'll say It did NOT.
Julius Wolf, a graduate of old "State,"
and W. R. Reves, of Cincinnati, succeeded in stirring up so much red hot
pep in Chapel Friday that even the
score of empty seats which insist on
attending football rallys these days
seemed to rise and yell.
"Our rooters at the Georgetown
game were just about as useful as a
trapdoor in a row boat," said Wolf.
"Stoll Field isn't a cemetery but
there was no sign of life in that crowd.
That bunch was about as warm and
inspiring in its enthusiasm as twenty- five cents worth of jce."
Mr. Reeves, denying the title of
"Professor" and removing his coat simultaneously, proceeded to demonstrate the fact that Kentucky rooters
have an enormous and hitherto unsus
pected lung power. He stamped and
they yelled. Before the hour was up
they were inspired with so much pep
that it lasted until Saturday afternoon
and held the crowd in the bleechers
during a steady, drenching downpour
of rain, continuously cheering a fight
ing, if losing team.

U. K. MEN URGED TO BE
CENSUS ENUMERATORS
Supervisor and Assistants Speak- to
Students in "Y" Rooms.

Students or the University of Ken
tucky were urged to act as census
enumerators the first week in Jan
uary at a meeting held in the Uni
versity Y. M. C. A. room Tuesday aft
ernoon.
Joe Morris, census supervisor for the Seventh 'Congressional
District; Major E. B. Ellis and Samuel
H. Dailey, volunteer assistants, were
NEW MEMBERS TAKEN IN speakers.
Mr. Morris explained that since the
AT IMPRESSIVE SERVICE second semester at the University
does not begin until January 6, students can work the second, third,
Y. W. C. A. Invitation fourth and fifth days of the month and
Characterized by
make good money. Applications must
Reverent Beauty
be in by October 29 and may be had
from R. W. Owens, Y. M. C. A. Sec
FOLLOWS NEW RITUAL retary at the University.
Lighted only by tiny blazes from
many flickering candles and decorated
with vases of roses and carnations,
the Recreation Hall of Patterson Hall
furnished a pretty setting for the initiation of new members into the
Young Women's Christian Association
Sunday evening.
During the initiation service, Professor Lamport and Misses Jeanette
and Maria Lampert accompanied by
Mrs. Lampert, played several selections and the Misses Lampert rendered a special selection "Intermezzo
Sinfonlca" from the Caralleria Rusti-can- a
by Mascagni.
Miss Margaret Wall, the President,
(Continued on Page 2)

Local Applicants.
The civic organizations and business
men of Lexington who have taken an
interest in Mr. Morris problem of obtaining enumerators,
have caused
many applications to be sent In from
the city and county. In adjoining
counties little interest has been shown,
and the number of applications re
ceived is far short of the number of
enumerators needed.
The district under the supervision of
Mr. Morris comprises the counties of
Fayette, Woodford. Franklin, Scott,
Bourbon, Clark. Powell, Estill. Lee,
Owen, Henry and Oldhuih. Applications for positions may be had from
Mr. Morris in room 208 of the Government Building in Lexington.

Papers for Admission to
Be In by October 20
Only a few days are left in which
young women of the University
may become members of the
n
Literary Society. Those desiring admission into the society are
requested to write a paper which is
to be handled In not later than
October 20.
Following Is a list of topics from
which that for the paper may be
chosen:
The Race Riot Question.
The Church Union.
Omar Khayyam's Theory of Life.
The Internal Struggle In Germany.
The Theory of Spiritualism.
The Actor's Strike.
Life of Andrew Carnegie.
The Economic Side of National Pro
hibition.
Life and Work of Dr. Anna Howard
Shaw.
The Value of a Vacation.
The Value of Swimming.
The Danger of Hasty Demobilization.
Personal Experiences in Social Service Work.
Original Short Story (1000 or more
words).
These papers are to be signed with
a
and together with an
envelope containing the writer's real
name and the pen name used are to
be put under the door of Room 44 of
Patterson Hall. Every Freshman girl
as well as older girls who do not belong to the Phllosophian Literary Society are urged to take advantage of
this opportunity to become members.
The society, which was established
in 1882 for the purpose of furthering
literary interests, is the only one In
the University restricting its mem
bership to women. Each year the
Philosophians present a play and at
this time all members are given an
opportunity to prove their ability
along dramatic lines by trying out for
parts In the play.
It is hoped that every girl not be
longing to the society will write a
paper and thus help to make this the
most notable year In the history of
the organization.
the- -

Philo-sophla-

e

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ACTIVITY BUTTONS TO BE WORN
BY COLUMBIA FRESHMEN.
Freshman Activity Buttons nrc soon
to appear on the lapels 'of all active '23
men. The Student Board has definitely decided that this method will
hereafter bo used to distinguish the
Freshmen with college spirit from
s
their inactive classmates. The
are to be awarded for both athA
activities.
letic and
Freshman may permanently retain his
button only if at the end of the season
ho is retained by the sport, publication, or society he went out for.
Hazing has hitherto been practiced
on all Freshman alike. The new system of lapel buttons will give Sophomores an opportunity to single out
the inactive yearlings and to concentrate their efforts in attempts to instil
in them some smatterings of college
spirit.

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The Membership Campaign of the
Young Women's Christian Association,
whose object was to secure an 100
enrollment among the new girls of the
University, closed Saturday night with
new
an enrollment of seventy-fiv- e
girls.
The campaign was launched on
Tuesday morning by Miss Lucy Dean,
Chairman of the Membership ComShe was assisted by Miss
mittee.
Bernice Young In canvassing Patterson
and Maxwell Halls, by Miss Virginia
Griffith in canvassing Smith Hall and
by Miss Mary Van Meter securing
memberships from the town girls.
The Y. W. C. A. has bright prospects
for the coming year. With almost an
AN EXAMPLE OF "PEP."
enrollment and with a secretary
100
coming the next semester, this promAccording to the Georgetonlan two
ises to be the biggest and best year
special cars were required to trans
ever realized in the history of the
port the "Tiger" rooters to the Georgetown-Association.
Kentucky
game the Saturday bes
fore last. Practically all the
NOTICE.
from Rucker Hall were in attendance.
The women of the Freshmen
and Sophomore Classes are reS. A. E. INSTALLATION AT MIAMI.
minded that Chapel attendance on
Tuesday is required of these classOno hundred and five men were
es. Beginning with next Tuesday
initiated last Saturday, October 4,
each student will be expected to
when Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity
register and a strict account of the
installed its Ohio Tau chapter here at
attendance will be kept.
Miami. Of this number, a large majorJOSEPHINE P. SIMRALL,
ity were alumni who had returned to
Dean of Women.
be initiated as charter members of the
new chapter.
NEW MEMBERS TAKEN IN
. Out of town visitors included delegaAT IMPRESSIVE SERVICE
tions from: Ohio State, Cincinnati,
Ohio Wesleyan, Michigan State, North
(Continued From Page 1)
Western, Indiana, Purdue, Case, Kenwelcomed the new girls into the Assotucky State, Denison and Ilinois.
ciation and asked them to
with the old members in making this
OGLETHORPE BECOMES
the biggest and best year the Y. W.
'
has ever known.
(Petrel.)
Miss Louise Will, Chairman of the
Last year Oglethorpe was made a
Institution. They have World Citizenship Committee, will
now three women students registered have charge of the program next Sunand several more waiting to arrange day night.
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judgment against us."
Dr. Bush's talk was short and to the
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On the wilds of the University
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camp-fir- e
bacon sizzled and wieners
roasted and with a huge basket of
buns, pickles, sandwiches and other
delicious et cetera, supper was complete. Judge the abundance when even
hungry engineers, peeping through
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windows and
the wood-shoheroes, leaving school after practice,
were invited to stop and have supper.
After supper had been disposed of
down to the last green pickle the real
business of the evening was discussed,
the new president, James Dixon, presiding. Committees were appointed for
conferring with the faculty on a program for the year, for the celebration
of the centennary of Lowell, Whitman and Ruskin, and to plan other
work for the club to take up this year.

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Published every Friday throughout the College year by the Btudent body
of the University of Kentucky, for the benefit of the students,
nlumnl and faculty of the Institution.

FOOD

THE KENTUCKY KERNEL is the official newspaper of the University.
all the college news
It
of Kentucky, together with a digest of items of Interest concerning the
Universities of other States and Canada.
is Issued with a view of furnishing to its subscribers

THE SENIOR OBSERVES.
Editor Kentucky Kernel: Tho an
nouncement in this Issue of the forth
coming
between tho first
year men and the
fills tho
heart of the old student with feelings
that only could come with tho announcement that school would be dismissed three days for Thanksgiving
this year. To the old timer the
was the most picturesque sight
one could behold during the entire
year.
There nro many things that favor
r
class
the revival of the
spirit, so necessary to class union and
organization begins at this annual
event. Behold the Sophomore coming
home in the gloaming with his clothes
draped about his manly form, mud
caked to his knees and his dreams of
world domination shattered. See the
brave Freshman, conqueror of worlds,
parade the town.
Plans for winning will be made by.
each class. Some prefer the system
of playln gthe opponent as though he
were a huge fish (and the comparison
at that), letting
is not so
him tire himself out, and then drag
ging him into the pond. Others favor
the sudden jerk or lunge method which
carries all before, or, behind it. Personally, the writer prefers to stand on
the bank and watch.
Seniors urge the Sophomores and
Juniors encourage the Freshmen. In
days past moral suasion sometimes
was interspersed with paddles and
switches.
and may the
On with the
better team win.
A WARRIOR.

AiiA'ic
"Who were you talking to
'i ne Kentucky Kernel says: It's decidedly unfortunate, suh, that classes on the phone, Fan?"
Miss Stevens "No George , about
should lnterfero with such excellent
sleeping weather as we've had the the nearest thing to Fan."
EDITORIAL STAFF (Incomplete).
past few dnys, suh.
f
A. GAVIN NORMENT
"Oul, oui," murhYuVed Mam'selle On
jManaglng Editor
LOUISE WILL
Dlt, ns she borrowed a pencil and re
LYKELLE POEMS.
.Assistant Managing Editor
ROBERT RAIBLE
touched her left eye brow. "Elsie's
Editor There are bells and bells galore,
ADELE SLADE
new picture must be nn awfully good
Squirrel Food Editor Decidedly, we couldn't want more;
MARY ELIZABETH JAMES.
likeness. She's had it two days and
Sport Editor
DONALD DINNING
hasn't shown it to anyone."
Yet we don't like the bell,
Exchange Editor
MARGARET McCLURE
So therefore we tell,
Feature Editor You to toot the old whistle of yore.
PRANCES MARSH
Electric irons have been prohibited
REPORTERS.
nt Pat Hall. What a blow to the
ELIZABETH MARSHALL, ELIZABETH CARD, MARY ARCHER BELL,
The Knight of the Lexington Drug press!
ROBERT MITCHELL, JR., FRANK WILSON.
threw away his Btraw and said as folBUSINESS STAFF.
"Whistle to her and see if she'll
lows: "Now is the day come when
Business Manager the Freshman,
J. P. BARNES
as in the answer."
good old days, sends home his picture
"Nothln doln', she can't hear me
MOB LAW AND THE UNIVERSITY.
showing his manly topography In O. for all that wad of hair and besides
D. Yes, Barnum was right.
Yea, ab- she can't whistle."
The recent and disgraceful race riots in Omaha, following close on the
every large city, have solutely right."
Wheels of similar labor and race troubles in virtually
Prof. Zembrod "Let's have the fu'stirred the country to Its depths, bringing a storm of condemnation from
Our idea of innocence personified Is ture, Miss Murphy."
the press and all right minded people everywhere. And well it might, placing
Profound pause.
the Freshman who said last week
upon us as it does the stigma of anarchy land Bolshevism.
Miss Murphy "Yes sir."
that there was no use hurrying to the
In view of such conditions, it may be well to inquire as to the stand of
Prof. Z. "'Well, Miss Murphy, are
football game 'cause he had ticket
the University and the University man upon such questions. It is generally
No. 634 and that seat No. 534 you looking Into the future?"
accepted that the University man of today will be the leader in the thought book
would be reserved for him.
and action of the future. If this is so, toward what end will that influence
The Knight of the Lexington Drug
lead? With the dark cloud of anarchy high on the horizon of our country,
KIDDING ANANIAS.
smoothed his coming mustache furappears that the solution of the problem lies in the colleges and universiit
tively, glanced fondly down the length
ties of 'the land, where the policy should be steadfastly to oppose and counThe plan which will be adopted in all oC his corduroys, and remarked, "If it
teract the teachings, and propaganda spirit of the anarchist element in the
the leading universities of the country wasn't hpyocritical, I would say that
SAVE O SAVE.
United States.
this year of sending out scouts to I consider cutting Freshmen hair as
It is only through higher education that progress can be made; and
"Gentlemen" Give me your attention,
unusually bright young men barber (ous)."
only through a knowledge of things that make for good government and locate
for just a moment or so.
against rowdism can present conditions be remedied. The principles of with a view of securing their attendWhile I relate to you a story, of some
everyEditor "This isn't poetry ,my dear
right thinking and order should be so instilled into the college man as to ance has met with approval
evils you should know.
This movement has been boy; it is merely an escape of gas."
where.
m'ake him abhor all forms of violence, and to make him a firm adherent of
Now intoxicating liquor, Men. Has
Something
"Oh, I see.
upon with favor for many years
Dixon
the ideal of the law abiding community. A man's course in life is largely looked
ceased to tempt our thirst.
and the step which the University of wrong with the meter."
shaped during his college career, and if discipline and obedience to the existBut Gentlemen I assure you there are
ing rules of the college are made a part of his curriculum, he will follow to Kentucky has taken with the rest is
other evils worse.
"The Phoenix Hotel is out of the
commendable.
a large extent in after life the teachings of his college days.
Take the intoxicating beauty, of the
Of course it will not be generally liquor business for good."
Both the University and students should feel the responsibility that
female sex today.
All W. ,C. T. iU.'s agree that the fore
these
Is placed upon them, and that it is 'their duty to themselves and their country known but it is rumored that
It has wrecked more homes than
given remuneration going is a neatly turned sentence.
to teach and be taught that respect for law, order and authority that Is students will be
liquor and has led more men astray,
"Preparations are already under way
commensurate with their ability in the
'so essential to progress and a stabilized government. When the Univer
Take the youth that is full of promise,
sity man learns to control himself, he has taken a long step toward con' various fields of art. For example, a to convert the old bar into a new cafe and let the vampire catch his eye
which will be known as the Red
.trolling others. If his association in college teaches him this important high school student, or for that matter
Then he will say his one ambition,
an old student who still has a year Room."
lesson, he is fairly well equipped to take his place in the world as a leader
"Is to go away and die."
In the old days when one "looked
more to study, may be given such em
of men and affairs.
The coming generation "Men." Is
ployment as will not interfere with upon the wine when it was red" the
If the educated man of the country does not take a decisive stand
doomed as sure as fate.
his studies yet pay him amply for his name was most appropriate, but when
against the wave of unrest and anarchy that is sweeping over the world,
If we allow these said "Sweet Cook
the drinks change color why not
he will reap the results of Ms folly in after years, In a country perhaps work.
ies." To dress a la vreviate.
A scout for the University of Ken change the name.
Many a husband homeward bound, has
torn with revolution and dissention, as is unhappy Russia today. And it
"The workmen will Immediately betucky will be selected in the Spring.
stopped, and turned to stare.
is in the University that this lesson must be learned, where ideals are being
He will then go out and look for the gin the removal of the telephone
formed, where the mind is plastic and susceptible.
At a "sweet perfumed young rose
blossoming young genius, the peer in booths to enlarge the space available
Now is the time for the Universities and students to put forth all their
bud." With wonderful sage tea hair.
matters academic, and by various for the cafe."
They camouflage their faces, In a most
in an endeavor to preserve their reputation for saneness and staefforts
All that worries us is why telebility that has always characterized our nation, and to combat the radical offers induce him to attend school
mysterious way.
We again congratulate the old phones were needed when the fre
here.
tendencies toward which we are fast and fatefully drifting.
And with fascinating clothing "Men."
school on the step and wish the scout, quenters of the bar were unable to
They rule the world today.
or whatever he may be called, un raise the receivers to their ears.
We fought to save our country, from
Pi
THE REAL TEST.
bounded success.
the evil of the Hun.
"So Billy Wallace has got a job as
We routed out John Barleycorn, and
The Wildcats and .their supporters are undergoing at the present time
"Oh, I had a gorgeous time J I artist on a newspaper?"
have him on the run.
the acid test of their gameness and loyalty. It is an easy matter to play on danced until I had a blister on my
"Yes; he draws the crosses on the
universe, and
up a winning team, but the real test of spirit comes in the hour of tongue and one on the roof of my pictures to show where the crime was But if we would save the
and back
preserve our eyes, and necks.
defeat. And it may be said to the credit of the Wildcats that they accepted mouth!"
committeed."
of our
Abolish the intoxicating
defeat Saturday in the typical spirit of the real Kentuckian. They went on
"Sounds to me like the hoof and
Queens. The female sex.
field fighting, and when the final whistle blew, it found them fighting mouth disease."
the
CORDUROYS. HUH?
"Frizzy."
just as hard as at the beginning. Kentucky may well be proud of the conEverybody's wearing 'em, those cute
duct of her representatives last Saturday.
little facial adornments known to the damentals. First, it is presumed that
Bebe "I feel like cussing!"
But now comes th