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University of Kentucky
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, MARCH 8, 1917.

VOL IX
SOUTHERN TRIP HAS

NEW

MILITARY SYSTEM

ADVOCATED

II

BY DEANS

Wildcats Lose Two Games Reserve Officers Training
Corps Law For Univ.
To Tennessee on
Recommended
Their Floor
I

DEFEAT CUMBERLAND TRUSTEES
The Wildcat Invasion of the South

WILL

ACT

The adoption of the provisions of

didnt pan out so well. Three games the Reserve Officers' Training Corps
were played with the following re- law was advocated at a special session
Kentucky, 38; Cumberland of the committee of deans Monday
sults:
College, 20, on Thursday night; Kentucky, 26; Tennessee, 27, on Friday
night; Kentucky, 12; Tennessee, 30,
on Saturday night.
Bolstered up by their confidence
over the easy defeat of Cumberland
College, the utter subjugation of
only a
whose quintet necessitated
glancing blow from the
claws of the lithe cat, Squirrely
Tuttle and his eager athletes stormed
the gates of Knoxville basketballdom.
Admission was gained not by strategy,
but bv proven worth.
The Wildcats, probably because
they were unused to the unfamiliar
Volunteer arena, were swept off their
props by a cyclonic rush of the terriin the first half
ble Tennesseeans
which ended with Tennesee, 14, Kenmachine was
tucky 12. Their
in good running order and evidently
knew that the first blow was the telling one. Do not think, however, that
the Kentuckians were silent spectators at this aggressive display. They
were in the thick of the fray during
every minute of the clash.
Ireland was the offensive star of the
encounter.
He eluded the grappling
guards to perfection and caused the
scorekeeper to register two points for
Kentucky nearly every time lie shot.
Doc and Dutch were there on the
defense. They held the
Reder, the boast of Tennessee, to one
goal for the whole game. As Knoxville has good reason for being proud
of Reeder, the vigilant eye kept on
him by Rodes and Schrader no doubt
helped Kentucky greatly.
Howard Kinne and Boone Simpson,
new sounding names for a basketball
line-up- ,
made their initial appearance
of the season in the Friday night
game at Knoxville. Kinno substituted for Simpson before the first half
ended. Campbell took Kiuno's place
during tho last few minutes of play.
The Second Tennessee Game.
Tho only manner in which the Saturday night game resembled tho
previous contest was that Kentucky
was again on tho bottom, a
bottom this time. With Wildcat fur
and Volunteer hide flying In every direction, one thot of it as a fiercely-fough- t
clash.

recommending
by Congress
be established by the proper authorities were passed by the deans.
to the
The matter was referred
deans last fall by the Board of Trustees. Official acceptance of the act
will be taken up at the next meeting
of the trustees. The requirements and
provisions of the law will become effective next September.
The provisions of the Federal statute call for uniforms to be furnished
to the cadet battalion by the Govern
ment, allowances and salaries to be
paid to the officers, equipment furnished by Federal appropriation, a
yearly training camp of two weeks
in summer and the retainment of
graduate cadet officers upon the reserve list of the United States army.
They are qualified for commissions
upon call to report. The report follows :
"To the Executive Committee,
Board of Trustees,
University of Kentucky:
"The committee of deans, having
been directed to make recommendations regarding the adoption of tho
military system, known as tho 'Reserve Officers Training Corps,' which
system is embodied in the National
Defense Act, an Act of Congress of
June 3, 1916, do, therefore, respectfully make recommendation as follows:
"1. That the proper authority of
the 'University of Kentucky make to
tho War Department an application to
have established and maintained at
this institution an infantry unit of the
senior division of tho Reserve Officers'
Training Corps in conformity with
existing Federal law and tho regulations as promulgated by the Secretary
of War, especially as modified in respect to land grant institutions of
learning.
"2. That, In connection with the
above recommendation, tho course In
military sclenco leading to tho degree
B. S horoto appended and marked 'A,'
bo adopted as part of the regular curriculum of tho university.

(Continued on Page 3)

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Resolutions

that the system outlined

"3. That proper stops bo taken to
have both tho foregoing recommendations put Into full force and effect
after tho end of tho present academic

CINCY MAYOR WILL
THREE
ADDRESS MECHANICS

INTER-FRA-

No. 22
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GAMES ARE PLAYED
Dean F. Paul Anderson has just con
final arrangements with Mayor
eluded
George Puchta, of Cincinnati, for an Alpha Tau Omega and Kap
address before tho Seniors of the Me
pa Sigs Only Undefeatchanical College. Mayor Puchta was
ed Teams
for several years engaged in the en
glneering supply business in Cincin SIGMA
CHI FORFEITS
nati, and was president of the Busi
ness Men's Club, besides active in clv
Things began to warm up last Sat
He and Dean Anderson urday afternoon in the fraternity bas
lc activities.
have been very intimate friends for ketball league. Three games were
the past quarter of a century.
played, and A. T. O., Pi Kappa and
Kappa Sigma came out winners over
Kappa Alpha, S. A. E. and Sigma N'u.
The score in the A. T. O. K. A.
40-- 6
DEFEAT HAHDEH
game was 16 to 3. The fast floor
work of Scrivener, McKenzie and
K.C.W.BY UNIV. GIRLS Hopkins was too much for the Kappa
Alphas, w;ho made only one field goal.
Visitors Play Good Game, The Pi Kaps walked on the S. A. E.
bunch to the tune of 10 to 2, largely
But Are Outclassed At
thru the strong playing of Jack Hern- Every Stage
don and Bill Collins. The Sigma
GOOD CROWD ATTENDS Nus brought an enormous crowd of
substitutes onto the floor, but they
Completely outclassed and outplay- were unable to stem the fast work of
ed at every stage of the game, Ken- the active Kappa Sigs, and went down
tucky College for Women went down in the dust 27 to 5. Berkman, Archer
In defeat before the University girls' and Evans played best for Kappa Sigbasketball team on the gymnasium ma and Heber and Crutcher for Sigma
floor Saturday night by the score of Nu.
Alpha Tau Omega and Kappa Sig40 to 6.
The game was scheduled for Friday ma are now the only undefeated
night, but because of the inability of teams In the league and it is probable
the K. C. W. team to arrive on time, that their meeting will decide the
the contest was postponed until Satur- championship and the possession of
counday night. Despite the unfavorable the cup which the
Sigma Chi has fora good crowd was present, cil will award.
weather
Indicative of the general interest both feited all games so far.
The next series of games will be
here and at Danville.
played in the gymnasium Saturday
Miss Reid. of K. C. W., three four
out of nine fouls and Miss Leech afternoon.
s
and points follow:
The
made the only Held goal made by the
Alpha Tau Omega Scrivener (4)
opposing team.
and McKenzie (G), forwards; Heick
For the homo team. Misses
Moseley and
and Duncan, center;
and Crain starred, Miss
Hopkins (6), guards.
in goal shooting, making IS of
Kappa Alpha Ford end Wright (2).
the 40 points made; and Miss Crain
forwards; Harbison, center; Brunson
in landing and passing tho ball. Miss
and Parker (1), guards.
Haydon put up excellent defensive
Pi Kappa Alpha Herndon (4) and
intercepting
work,
forward
the
Newman (2), forwards; Collins (4),
passes Miss Keid, of K. C. W., was
center: Payne and Rawlings, guards.
wont to put over. Misses Innes and
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Strahm (2),
Cregor also played an excellent game.
and Collins, forwards; Hines, center;
was as follows:
The line-uGarrett, Fogg and Dompsey, guards.
U. K.
K. C. W.
Kappa Sigma Archer (5), and EvCregor ans (12), forwards; Berkman (S), cenLong
Center.
ter: Shinnick (2), Brittain and
Crain
Reid
guards.
Right Forward.
Sigma Nu Heber (3), Eish and
Ellwangor
Asbury
Gibson, center;
forwards;
Loft Forward.
Haydon, Pendleton and Crutcher (2),
Innes guards.
Leech
Right Guard.
Referee Boles.
Haydon
Muir
Professor Sidney Adams, of tho DeLeft Guard.
Substitutes K. C. W., Bucknor; U. partment of Horticulture, will address
or K., Smith for Crain: Dean for
Association of
tho
Dudley School at its mooting this
at 3 o'clock. His talk will bo
Roforeo King.
Timekeeper McDowell.
relevant to gardening.
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READY FOR CURTAIN

Seven Weeks of Drilling Put
Cast In Shape For
Great Play
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Everything Is in readiness for the
production of "The Lion and tho
Mouse" Saturday evening at the Op
era House. The cast has been drilled
unceasingly for the past seven weeka
and all arrangements are complete for
the staging of the biggest success The
Strollers have put over.
Much has been written in the Ker
nel concerning the play, but the half
has not been said. One of the old
Strollers, who made dramatic history
himself while In the University, said
last week at a rehearsal. "If the people who see the Strollers play did not
know they were witnessing amateur
work they would not recognize it as
such. It is almost unbelievable that
could be so proficient."

There are reasons for the success
organization.
In the first
place, it lias always been a success
and has traditions behind it. The club
would be put to shame with anything
s
production. The
less than a
Lexington public and the students of
the University go to see The Strollers on the reputation they have made
in other years.
"The Lion and the
Mouse" will add as much to that reputation as "Father and the Boys" added last year. A great many of the
friends of The Strollers told them last
year that they doubted if their play
would ever be surpassed. This year's
cast and manager and adviser believe
that this play has surpassed It in rehearsal and will do so on the stage.
The glorious rep of the organization
will be given another boost.
The Kernel takes this opportunity
to warn all students again that they
may save themselves a great deal of
regret if they get their seats reserved
early. It is dangerous to miss a University play, for it furnishes campus
talk for the next month after it is
produced. Tho girls will all be there;
the University orchestra will dispense
sweet strains of seductive music and
the gallery gods will make the opera
and
with
house resound
"
Tho actors will givo their
lines in tho most approved style.
There are no halting speeches In
Stroller performances; there Is no
waiting for cues; no cast goos on till
It Is usoless to
It is letter perfect.
tell the older students to got busy
and "make that date." Most of them
of this

first-clas-

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have done so already. Heretofore tho
support given tho club has boon ad- -

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o'clock to Professor A. M. Peters, act
TUESDAY, THURSDAY,
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Before tho last stroke of that dread
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FURNISHING MUSIC.
Tuesday a conference was hold In
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UNIVERSITY
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Tho tale is one of squawking,
scratching, pecking, champion laying
mirable; this year It promises to be hens, and
officials and AT
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even better.
eggs eggs, worth their weight In the
Little can be said about the work precious coin of the realm eggs,
Well and Good
The "Naughty Princess," a musical Where All
of the cast that has not been said be
worth almost a potato apiece.
Candy
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Hot'Chocolate, Home-mad- e
fore. Frazier and Miss Woods and
and Ices.
The bitter strife had its beginning songs and rich comedy, starts at the
Gus Gay are a trio that "would be
in the bleak hours of winter's eve- Ada Meade today, and continues thru-ou- t
hard to beat anywhere. Mary Turner
the week. The chorus Is said to
nings. Usually about 6 o'clock J. T.
and Eliza Spurrier will handle comMilligan, the registrar, would Walk be the prettiest of the year and the
Progrcstire Shoe Repairing Skep
edy roles In the manner that made
with pride and dignity into the coops, comedy is rich and peppery. Twenty- - 140 S. Limestone
Lexington, Ky.
"Sis Hopkins" famous. Freda Lemon
paper and pencil in hand, and count five people, mostly girls, make up the
Rubber Heels and Soles a Specialty
ami Martha Buckman have heavier
the eggs, not before they hatched, but cast.
parts and their work has been all that
map of Europe is the
just barely afterward. Each hen had A
could be expected. Peggy Wilkinson,
on her leg a nickel marker, referring first scene. This unique idea gives a Metropolitan
as the dashing belle of a Long Island
to the metal used and not the cost. It great opportunity for novel effects and
village, is slated to make a real hit,
ideas in soaging. The play presents
had on it a number.
The Place for Good Things to Eat
The same applies to Angela Morancy,
Mr. Milligan would look in the nests Eleanor Sutter, the beautiful star, as
who is the fiancee of Jefferson Ryder,
egg if there was one the Princess of Monaco.
albeit somewhat unwillingly. Vennie and pick up the
"What's the Matter With the Movand mark one egg down by the numDuley. as a shrewish spinster, Is up
DENTIST
ber of the hen which had laid it. If ies," "Honolulu Lou," "Take Off a Lit- For any kind of dental service call on
to the mark.
there were no egg in the nest he tle Bit, Mary," and "Teach Me How to
Tate Bird and Preston Cherry, as
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would mark down a goose egg instead Swim" are among tho song Jilts intropolitical lights, will show the world
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Phone
Office hours 8 a. m. 6 p. m.
how things move in the realms of govHe did his work proudly. He realernment. Your old friend. Bill Shin- H. S. TOURNAMENT
ized the importance of his position
nick, and Grover Creech have comedy
TO BEGIN MAY 1
and what an honor it was to be the
parts that they look like, so everyW. B.
dn one of
machine
official
; ;want the new "style ideas'
body may rest assured that the counThe Sixth Annual Interscholastic
SHOP
regulated egg contests.
as soon as they're ready try is still safe, tho not so beautiful our best came a day when foul or Tournament will be held on the camThen
The Closest Shop to University
pus of tho University May 1, 1917.
as it was in the summer time. Hem- maybe fowl dissension was brooded
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The events will be divided into three
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athletics. Under the first will come
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vising the contest. He even made
Gordon Marsh, as an expressman and
debates, declamations for boys and
with new
suggestions.
It was preposterous! readings
a butler, show some real stuff.
for the girls.
153 S. Limestone St.
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The Idea of his making suggestions to
For the lovers of music, there will
goes up on this play
The curtain
the referee.
be vocal solos, quartets and Instruat 8:30 o'clock Saturday night,
So the trouble was begun. The tem- mental
solos on the piano and violin.
promptly. Seats may be reserved at
D. PURCELL GO.
Stetson and Knox Hats,
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The track events will consist of a
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New Regal, Hanan and
drenching rains of rebellion fell in hurdle;
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hand when the curtain rises, and with
Professor J. J. Hooper was called
Tho field events will consist of runJNettleton Shoes.
the large following The Strollers have
JUST THE THIN6 FOR USE
in. He asked for the resignation of ning, high jumping, standing
broad
in the city there is every reason to
Mr. Milligan. Then was registered jump, twelve-pounshotput,
IN THE LABARATORIES
$New Shirts and Neckwead hurry the purchase of those paste consternation on the faces of the prin- throw, standing high jump anddiscus
pole
boards. "Make that date." The price
cipals of the contest for Referee Mil- vault.
of the best seats Is only one ($1.00)
ligan wouldn't resign. And what was
Professor Charles P. Weaver Is in
Give them a "once over"! dollar each.
more Ihe said he had the records of charge of tho public speaking and
the contest and would keep them for music and Professor D. V. Terrell, of
today.
LARGE CROWD HEARS his very own and not turn them over the athletic contests.
UNIV. BAND CONCERT to anybody. Curses!
A number of schools have already
They had traveled entered the debating contest. The
Poor pullets!
J 1 1 South Limestone
The first of a series of concerts by miles and miles. Their masters had question for the debate Is: "Resolved,
the military band of the University shipped them from all over the Unit- that the Federal Government Should
Most State Men Know Us
was given in chapel Friday morning, ed States to compete In tho great fed- Own and Operate
the Railroads."
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contest.
Five hundred students and members eral
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lighted with tho results Professor recked they the titanic struggle that
DAY AND NIQHT SESSIONS
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The Kentucklans showed up Tennessee in field work and gave an excellent exhibition of team-worbut
had hard luck when it came to locating the object of their efforts. This
uncanny ability of not being able to
find the basket was responsible for
the overwhelming of the blue and
white on Saturday night.
Schrader was out of the game on
account of Injuries. His absence was
keenly felt as Reedor, who had been
held by him and Doc to one goal tlhe
night before, slipped his halter and
wont on n rampage. Kinno and
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ular meeting of the association Sunday night as follows: Miss Lelah
Gault, president; Miss Mildred Graham, vice president; Miss Ruth Duck-walsecretary,
and Miss Freda
Lemon, treasurer.
Chairmen of tlhe various committees on the cabinet were appointed by
Miss Gault as follows:
Jane Crawford, programs; Emma Holton, mission study; Vivian De Laine, membership; Eleanor Eaker, room; Laura
Lee Jameson, hospital; Louise Will,
Bible study; Mildred Collins, social;
Nell
Eliza Piggott, social service;
Grain, piano; June Sale, choir, and
Celia Cregor, poster.

J. E. Latta, Secretary of the Bureau ATKINS ADDRESSES
of Commercial Economics, WashingALPHA DELTA SIGMA
ton, D. C, will address the students
of the College of Mechanical and
Presley T. Atkins, managing editor
Electrical Engineering on "Fire and of The Lexington Herald, spoke to
Fire Protection," Thursday afternoon, the members of Alpha Delta Sigma,
March 15, at 2:30 o'clock.
journalistic fraternity of the University, Thursday, March 1, at their
luncheon at the Leonard Hotel. His
DeProfessor Webb, of the Physics
subject was "Ethics of Journalism."
partment, spoke to the Edison-JoulThis talk was the first of a aeries of
Society at their regular meeting
similar addresses by journalists of
Thursday, March 8, at the fourth
Kentucky to be given to the frater
hour.
nity at their monthly luncheons.
After the luncheon, the members of
Victor Bogaert addressed the Senthe fraternity sent a "postcard show
iors of the Mechanical and Electrical
er" to lr. A. t. uiair MacKenzie,
College Wednesday, March 7, at the
president of Lenox College, Iowa, who
fourth hour. His subject was
Is grand president of the fraternity.
and Her Sufferings."
Among those present at tho luncheon
woro: Messrs. Enoch Grehan, Pros- J. H. Hyde, of the Kentucky Utili- loy Atkins, J. Owens Reynolds, llor-boties Company, of Louisville, spoke to
Graham, William Shlnnick, Mc-the Seniors of the Mechanical Depart- Clarty Harbison, John Marsh, Hern-- J
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ment Tuesday, March 6, at 8 o'clock. don Evans, Wayno Cottlngiham,
His subject was "Tho Place of tho Thornton Council, Tom Underwood
Electric Utilities in Modern Life."
anil Frederick M. Jackson.

J. Franklin Corn, State Representative
DR. WILKINSON TALKS
AT TUESDAY CHAPEL

PORTRAIT OF DR. PETER
TO BE PRESENTED

Dr. Rdohand Wilkinson, pastor of the
Shepherd Episcopal Church,
spoke on "The 'Man of the Twentieth
Century" to the students of the University in chapel Tuesday morning.
"The most distinguishing note of
the man of the twentieth century will
be the tlhot element, the brain power.
Germany crowns the thinking Goethe.
England crowns Byron over Wellington," he said.
Dr. Wilkinson took away from the
glory of the seven wonders of the
world by comparing them with a real
man. He said that the real man was
tho greatest of them all, the prodigy
of prodigies. As exemplary of the
man of the twentieth century, he
Powell's exploits
took
wore highly eulogized. "The quality
and merit of human thinking are al
ways Inseparable from human conduct. To be or not to be Is tho ques
tion."

A memorial portrait of Dr. Robert
Peter, for many years professor of
chemistry In the University, will soon
be presented to the University by tho
Alumni Association. The portrait will
be painted by Mrs. John Faig, whose
husband is an alumnus of the University.
Portraits of President Emeritus
James K. Patterson, Dr. Joseph H.
Kastle and Professor M. A. Scovell
have already been presented by the
Alumni Association. Portraits of Professor J. H. Neville and other prominent instructors and alumni will be
painted later.

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"The Frontier of tho Drama" was
the subject of an address delivered by
Professor E. F. Farquhar, of the Department of English, at the Lexington
Library last week. The lecture was
the sixth number on the Lyceum
Course arranged for the winter.
'The dominant trait of the modern
drama is intellectual rather than emotional activity," said Professor Farquhar. "The drama tends to a simplified construction, but is polychromatic; it may or may not have five acts;
it abandons scene divisions, asides
and soliloquies.
"Ibsen Is the coryphaeus of a long
line of agitators and reformers who
use the dramatic mode rather than
the dramatic form in many of their
plays," he said. "Modern drama has
a frontier of some sixty years from
the time that Ibsen with 'Ghosts' first
began to move boundary posts."

ABOUT LOEVENHART'S
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"Lexington s Bigger and Better Men's Store '

County appointees of tho University, contending a legal right to bo
exempt from all fees and that their
railroad fares should bo refunded,
(lied a test suit In tho Fayctto Circuit
Court, Tuesday afternoon in an offort
to decide tho constitutionality of tho
law which allows all fees and railroad
expenses.
Tho suit was filed by Frank Crum,
W. M. Holland, S. H. Brown, It. A.
Belt and John A. Neblett, all county
appointees, and is made out against
President Barker, Registrar Qillls,
Treasurer Alexander and Business
Agent Peak.

FARQUHAR SPEAKS ON
"FRONTIER OF DRAMA"

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TEST SUIT FILED
BY CO. APPOINTEES

PtfeS

Duo to tho fact that the date of tho
Prom has been moved up, tho tlmo
for paying class dues in order to bo
eligible to attend, has been extended
All Juniors
to Saturday, March 10.
p'anning to go to tho Prom will pleaso
see the collectors before this date.
C. L. MORGAN, Treasurer.

MEET UNIV. DEBATING

TEAM.

"Resolved, That In addition to tho
present restrictions on immigration,
the United States should require immigrants to bo ablo to read and
write," will bo tho subject of the debate between Georgetown Collego and
tho University, to bo held at Georgetown, some time this month.
Tho Georgetown dobators held their
Friday and selected tho following: Morrlt James, J. 11, Morris
and R. P. Richmond to roprosont tho
collego. The Kentucky team has. nfit
yet been selected.
try-out- s

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tho University of Kentucky, for the benollt of the studcntB,
alumni and faculty of tho institution.

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It is Issued with tho vlow of furnishing to its subscribers all tho collcgo news
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Herbert Schaber
Harry Cottrell
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mail matter.
Lykelle Pomes No. 22.
Sweet Spring now casts her spell upon
.ED1TOIUN-CHILJTho landscape all around.
. . ABBislant
Editor
Henceforth In Winter's frigid grip
. . Managing Editor
Will Nature not bo bound.
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"Squirrel Food"
We'll bnsk in Spring's soft breezes;
There'll bo no coughs and sneezes.
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REPORTERS.
Thornton Council.
W. C. Draddy.
BUSINESS STAFF.

Eugene Wilson

Members Hear Agricultural
Subjects Discussed
By Profs.
AGS.

ADVICE

GIVEN

Professors

W. S. Anderson

and J.

J. Hooper, of the Department of Ani
nial Husbandry, addressed the Agrl
Society nt its regular meet

cultural

ing Monday night.

Their talks wore

relevant to agriculture
Professor Anderson, who is consid
ercd one of the leading authorities on

W. 0. Barber, of Peak's Mill, has
Mining
the horse in the Stato and a geneticist
sold his farm of 140 acres to W. S,
Literary
of note, delivered an address on "Con
Agriculture Towles. Georgetown News, in Lex'
structivo Breeding of Farm Animals."
ington Herald.
The hen, hog, Bhecp, cow, horso and
Frederick M. Jackson
Now that the storm In the egg con dog were
named as being animals im
test has passed it is hoped that the plicated
in tho bigh cost of living.
Business Manager participants in the fowl dispute can Man's lovo
for his dog is responsible
henceforth travel together under tho
to a great extent for sheep not being
yolk of amity and peace.

Go To the Play.

raised In several sections of the Stato
This Is No Joke.

The Kernel wishes to impress on the students and
"Give ine a quarter's
Housewife:
faculty that they owe it to themselves and to the insti- Worth of Irish potatoes."
tution to attend The Stroller play, not because The
"Sorry, madam, but wc
Grocer:
Strollers need support, but because they deserve it. aren't slicing tlhem today."
The organization has prepared' an