xt7tdz032578 https://exploreuk.uky.edu/dips/xt7tdz032578/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky State University of Kentucky 19110223 Accession number: 2015ua025; other titles include Idea, The Idea; published weekly during the academic year newspapers  English Lexington, Ky.: Idea Syndicate of the State University of Kentucky, 1909-1915. Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. The Idea Lexington (Ky.)--Newspapers. Fayette County (Ky.)--Newspapers. The Idea of University of Kentucky, Vol. 3, No. 23, February 23, 1911 text The Idea of University of Kentucky, Vol. 3, No. 23, February 23, 1911 1911 2015 true xt7tdz032578 section xt7tdz032578  
g t _ Vol. III LEXINGTON, KY., FEBRUARY 23, 1%*11 Neff .
"HELL FUR SARTIN." team work showed considerable lm- any patriotism that may have been be present.
...... provement. Captain Galser played a asleep. To Prof. Farquhar is due the The "Wild Cats" got a bad start this
KEN-I-UcKy.8 FAMOUS NOVELIST strong aggressive game at guard, his credit for arranging this celebration season but they have now hit their
IN CHAPEL LAST MONDAY_ man making only one fleld goal, while and he ls to be thanked for the ex- stride. To those who wish to see a
he himself annexed flve. Harrison cellent program which he arranged good game of basketball tonight come
3 John Fox, Jn, Guut of State Studentm wlas the best point galner for State, Below is given a program of the d0W!1 to 016 Armory and See captain
making seven goals. Hart and Marx evening: "Jake" and his quartet perform.
On last Monday morning the my worked together in full style, both Program. A
dents of Kentucky had an Opportunity making many difficult shots. Overture ................... . .Band ———————————
of listening to the foremost writer Ot For Georgetown, Herring played the "My Lady Chlo" ......... Glee Club
this Commonwealth Mr. John Fox, best game. His floor work and pass- (Declamation) TENNIS CLUB.
JL, was kind enough to pay us a visit, ing was accurate and his throwing of Jefferson’s Characterization of. .. -————
and one that wm not be forgotten goals good. Parrings at guard, stuck Washington ...... . ........ Jetton ORGANIZATION TO BE PERFECT-
Boon by those who heard him speak. to his man like a leech all through Music ........... . ......... ..Band ED.
  Prof. Mackenzie of the English d°_ the game, and should make a valuable (0rati0n) ·—;-
‘l»· t partmenh introduced the speaker in guard in another season. The Independent Voter .... Rochester Tournaments With Other Colleges.
eloquent and wen chosen remarks. The work of the ofllcials was above "Dry Yo Eyes" ............ Glee Club —-——
Mr. FOX mad several selections from reproach. This was particularly true (Oration) A movement is on foot to organize
his book of Short Stories, HHGII fm, of the umpire Mr. H. A. Babb, who Patriotic Education ...... J. T, Miller a Tennis Association for the govern-
Sartiux, and the audience was held succeeded in getting enough breath Standard American Airs, (Violin ment of this sport and also to ar-
Spcubmmd while he portrayed the together at one time to blow his whis- Solo) ......... . ........... range for holding matches with other
part of the mountamem, story teller tle for a foul on a-Georgetown play- ..Miss Marking and Miss Boreing colleges. Kentucky has quite a num-
Au who heard him could not but feel er. Kentucky had several meters Solo, (Selected) ......... E. H. Smith ber of the devotees of this sport and
sorry for the man who lead the hymhs present, who made themselves mam- (Paper) it is hoped that enough will manifest
in an endeavor to get ..Aunt Sally fest by their excellent rooting, Woman at Patriot ,,,Migg Mgtthgwg interest in this so that we can have a
Watkins to come through with the Line-Up. Music ......... . ......... . .... Band '1`e¤nis Team this year.
Sp€n.it·» and his reply to the request KGHUICKY Georgetown. (Oration) If enouugh show interest in this
for one more hymn was the only 10gi_ Hart .............. . ....... Herring International Patriotism ..J. O. Lewis f0¤‘¤\ of athletics it iS proposed to
cal one to make. Mn FOX than read Forward. America ......... . ........ Audience have thi? C0\11'¤S Put into C0¤diti0H wld
Several other Short Stories from mem Marx ......... . ............., Jones possibly have two more added. Al-
Ory an dealing with the mountain p€0_ Forward, though everyone canot be "star" still
pleaud their customs and crGeds_ HB Harrison .......... ..Vanlandingham BUTLER COLLEGE TONIGHT. Practice makes D€¤`f€€l3 Mid if U16 ill-
is possessed of a magnificent voice for C°°t°r· ·-—· mrest is kept up* a g°°d player wm
reading the Selections chosen and one Gaiser ....... . ....... . .... Parringg MEN FROM HOOSIER STATE IN soon be developed. Even if you do
could hardly help but imagine the Guard. ARMORY TONIGHT. not care to take part in the tourna-
mu mounmiueer telling the Story him_ Preston ......... . ........... Rhoten -·——· mem? _ hand in Your ¤8·m€¤ ¤¤YW¤·Y
Sem President Patterson closed the Guard. Butler Has Best Secondary Team in and ll enough show interest the
exercises with a few complimentary Barnett ............... . ...., Indiana. Courts ¢a¤’be made as attractive as
remarks saying that in Mr. Fox the Guard _`”` those gt “ wdlaud Park'
moumam people of Kentucky had a Referee, Hinton, Georgetown. Tonight Kentucky will have as their I€·\\'1U be 11€C€SSal‘y to know im-
Sympatheuc fmmd_ It is hoped that Umpire, Babb, State. guest "The Gentlemen from Indiana." lllédmlelsz how many of the student
he wm and time to visit this mSu_ Score: First half, Kentucky, 21; The quintet from the Hoosier capital body which to go into this associa-
tumm again and the Student body Georgetown, 11; total, Kentucky, 47, will play against our team in the {M11 S0. that ihé <‘0ur‘tS may be pre-
wm accord him a hearty welcome Georgetown, 22. Armory and a battle royal is expected. 1*31*3*} i0l‘ ihé SD1‘i11g. All these who
whenever he returns. Butler (jgllggg for {hg past few year; 3I`9 lll(6l‘t‘S[9d lll [€lllllS had lll {IIB
_ WASHlNGTON’S BIRTHDAY. has been 8, prominent factor m the names to Marx, ’12 Arts, as soon as
KENTUCKY v|c·|·gg|gU3 QVER ·-—— athletics of secondary colleges of In- l*0SSibl8·
GEORGE1-OvIN_ OCCASUON CELEBRATED IN dlalla, and thlS )'€&l‘ th€)’ have 3 DRS-
____ CHAPEL. ketball team that is a "hummer." A -1-•-••——————
gAgKE·|·gAL|_ -|-EAM pLAyg gggp -—— word about the work of this team:
GAME ON 81-RANGE FLOOR. Good Program Rendered. Butler has met and defeated all teams 'DEA TO RUN A CALENDAR-
._.. ———— in Indiana except Purdue, and in this —*‘
Kentucky, 47; Georgetown, 22. Last night the students gathered ln game the scope was close Purdue Heretofore the various clubs and or-
On last Friday night State’s quintet the chapel and paid tribute to the is now in the lead for the champion- sanizations NW6 h8d to FGIY 0¤ 016
defeated the Georgetown tive in the birth of the father of this great coun- ship of the West in basketball, so it bulletin b0¤¤‘d¤ for D¤bUShi¤S ¤0ti¢6¤
latter’s gymnasium by the one-sided try of ours by indulging in song and ls evident that the game ls not going of meetings and gatherings and quite
score of 47 to 22. This score, how- speech. The oratlons were well ren- to be a snap. often these notices were not seen.
ever, ls not indicative of the playing dered and appreciated. The violin Do not think for a minute that Ken- 'l`he Idea intends to run a column of
of Georgetown, for the flrst few mln- solos well pleasing and heartily en- tucky has been idle. To those com- notices under the bead of "Unive1·sity
utes of play the score stood 7 to 2 ln cored. The Glee Club was out and petent to judge, State has improved C8l6¤d8¤‘." SiVi¤8 GU i¤f0¤‘¤1¤·U0¤ i¤
favor of the Baptists. helped make the occaslon joyous by one hundred per cent since the last regard to meetings. Any one club
The team played much better than their songs and the solos by Mr. Smith home game and the play tonight will that has any notices to be posted in
in the game with Bethany and the being especially pleasing. The band open up the eyes of any ot the mem- the "Idea" please hand them ln to
passing was more accurate and ths was out with martial music to stlr up bers of the "Anvll Chorus" who may Ernest Becker before Tuesday night.

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    sacouo Lscrunzn in Lyceum Verdict lionshare; In F:vgr of ¤:fsnd· _.
an n e aseo emma- ·
D°”’t F°’$°t H°° can Mm COURSE HERE SATURDAY wealth vs. Burrun.  
._... .s·
Lexinsrton ¤¤¤•r Mills Co. The long drawn-out trial or ·r. 1-1. gr;
___ -. _i__________ A¤dt°"'°° w°" P'°“°d· Burrus, In the Practice Court of the § _ Yi
-—— Law School, upon the charge of As- _
M A   : H The eeeend leetnre of the Stnte sault and Battery came to an end Cg·‘IK£2hN B£·3y?£g§lD _ 'X
University Lyceum Course was given lest S¤¤ll`d8Y ¤l0l'l1i¤8 Bt 12 o’clock,     »
GOOD FURNITURE, in the Chapel of Sayre Cgllggg Sdtnr. when the jujry returned a verdict of H8 New
day night. Mr. Tripp of the Emerson "Not G\liltY·" Notch   =
School of grdtery rendered the This case had aroused considerable _ { no cl om, boo oc __Mt
c8‘rpet‘S• wall Pape! and stove" Mpwenrrh Nighty There was d large interest because of the prominence of  
  audience in attendance and everyone the D&l'tl€S concerned. The action I
wss delighted witn the presentation. arising outof on alleged dilllculty be- '*"""'"'”""'_"" }
BI       There will be two more lectures in tween T. H. Burrus and M. R. Schn· g
..Tho Tailor That sotimun the course and it is safe to say that, aitter, whereby Mr. Schnaltter was se- {
if the ones to come are as well re- verely injured . The prosecution was
STEAM and DRY CLEANING. ceived as those of the past have been, conducted by an able array of coun-  
. the Lyceum Course will be a gigantic sel, V. Y. Moore, J. O. Gill, E. Martin,
159 South limestone success. and M. C. Colson representing the my CO
-   Commonwealth. ·
·—••·•—; The defendant was represented by
Utuvgg Glass I Unch and “sHALL THE UNIVERSITY HAVE A W- H- Townsend, G. Pool, M. A. Fogle, THE LEADING
AT AiI*HOURS After a few remarks for the de- ,
A B BERRETT PLAY TO BEEXD IN AUDIT0 fense by W. H. Townsend and a short EXCIUSIVC
_` • • , ‘ · speech for the Commonwealth by V.
COT- S- LIYUG and Colfax Sts- R|:JNMG   EUILLD- Y. Moore, the case went to the jury,  
¥ · · which after a few moments’ dellbera- ~
EVERYTHING I';OR THE ..._. tion returned the verdict or not gnuty. Hq HIGH (;LAgg
K0DAK’ "Brown of Harvard" Under Con•Id· ———#— -" I QUTER, GARMENTS AND
Developing and Printiugs eration _—_—i—’-__—E__— - EEE ME U W W- _
Lexington Photo Supply Go- . _‘“` I gil YP NIIIPH.
Over Kirbyes Too com Stow The University of Kentucky has y FOR
been rather successful in fostering  
  new enterprises and are now about to I Mar .  
_ y Spencer. I
H uy  appear before the footlights. Last |.;-_______.,-     -..e.e.- ;L_       I
Alm°•n it l\r° year an organization was perfected and miss mary Sampson spent the week- _ _  
ICE CREAM PARLOR under the direction of Mr. Cunning- gud with Miss Frances geehrdn in Full Line Now on Dlsplay §
‘ ham "Richlieu" was produced. This Liegrgetown, c
AKD LUIE CH STAND play produced by a dramatic club with   Y  
Smith Mme sud ““‘St°“' St’°°t' e reputation would here mode u hit. Miss Cleme Doty visited friends In •
  but as no one had ever seen any of winchester from Friday td Monday, Mbjn Strom., East
FIT RAID the University people perform, the `
J' J' ZGE attendance was not as large as was $\1rS_ Spencer Leek her glggg in (jen- ____;______________... I
PLUMBING hoped for- “RtChH€“" was too hettvy eral Culture out to State chapel Mon- t
- eu HS Year 8 Bren S Y 9 0 P ey He was greatly appreciated by all.
269 W' Short' ` ` Lexmgtom Ky' will be produced. All of the State CHAPEL MUSIC' t
  lI1StiI.llti(2IlS have th€ll' dI`8II18(.lC Clllb AHSS Blanch \V&SSOn visited rela.
KINKEAD gcnl, QQMPANY aud Miltucky Bhtlutd ¤°t b° without tives in winonester from Friday tin ,
orrion d reno °“€‘ ""`“"”'“““‘“ is “’ “g“‘“ "’°"“°° ·~~¤¤¤>= sr the ouristms venues we (
an _' a play this year and there is no reason uw E
N0. 157 N. B1‘0ddW8·y. “'hY “'€ ceuuot do even better- \Ve regret to hear that Miss Lizette .l1{T;;d:;daoI§u;§:u;;1do0yuI;n§?§§1;_ 6;:;
nsimtoan YARD-c. s. Freight Ds- Th° Play that has **6**** “¤d°' °°¤· Gibbons is iii with pneumonia at ner , im h h th kmd_
_ sideration is "Brown of Harvard" in 1 · W- h tor was made DOSS 0 t muug 6
p°t· S' Brtadwey and Chmty Su which Henry Woodruff made his first Mme m mc as • Rss; eg wig:D5n°;;u°ih2;°v:;$:1:;;s Q
· o e ee u w -
appearance as a star. This play is a The young ladies of Soyyo fort yory _ Q
  , , Gd to slug   Prof.   _
bright sparkling comedy of college · . · · . .
- - 10* t“““t° m havmg um °°°°ud num The nature of this music has been
SARRIS &   hm aud one that can easlly be pm' ber on the Lyceum Lecture Course ,
(mood Tho Story Wm bo road by Prot d b bh 1 1 t b tl strictly of a religious order so as to
. I ` ` t”`°“t’“t° et `ayre ` ape es `°f` be in kee ing with the rest of the
H()ME-M_ADE CANDY barquhar and the proposition will be urday oyoomo Tho oudiouoo was D
ilaced before the students If this °x°r°1s°°‘ Th° student b°dy can b°
. 1 ' large and greatly appreciated Mr.
FRESH EVERY DAY play is wanted their try-outs will be   , 1 f ..,1. um °f gmat °s°i°t°'u°° t° the m°mb°”
. e UIPP B l>’°¤°¤t¤t °¤ ° “’° or tne Glee Club it tney will maintain
]()7 East Mtam he held for parts and rehearsals will Night,.
  commence immediately. No one has ° as gxtid °r;ii;`1°° p°;°si;°1° dlgmg th;
, , as yet been assured any part in the . mu tm ° ° mus ee num °”• on
Grlfflth ® Crowe production ood tho tryout wm bo A troltmtft Ban will b° held in tha lf it is seen that the college desires
open to all boys sun girls sure. it ls ”f*"‘°‘"“ °" °“"° °” ‘”° °"’"‘“g °‘ “‘° music of lush order- efforts will be
E hi Tho. G I especially urged that the young ladies HEL Most elaborate Costumes are made to bring P°°Pt° tmm th° city
Vefyt UR ts 00d ¤ tryout as there are Several female being prepared for this occasion and to our chapel.
mms to be tmed Lot every student all are looking forward to it with great
P F1" I N T I N G ` ouseruoss-
who has any inclination for this pas- ———•·•——-——-
. time come out and make the dramatic ' ° °
140 South L·m·=S*¤¤r club a success, and not let lt be said No"-mat NOTICE! '
Fayette Phone 3;-;.); that Kentucky was lacking in en- "'W -———
tuususm. Remember tue place: no- Remus of our for Dr¤¤¤·¤<= Club Reading or plsy for Dramatic cm
_ ucgugn Bending third dee,-_ nn, eg. et Education Building st 3=30 p- m- at Education Building at 2:80 p. nr.
L°"‘°l¢t°”· ‘ ‘ K€"t“°k‘ ternoon at 3:30 p. m. t°d¤Y- EV°'Yb°°Y °“*~ today. Everybody out.

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i A Penny Saved \ 1
  iéttgrrmtttt Nairn
_ [1 a Penny Made P  
l` . Ellen Moore. /
  We can mw you many pennm _   _
, by selling you   VlOlln&`MandOllnS••   _
  ` ' ` ‘_" (l\1ll'.HI'.S ¤*:° 1581905 
4 The Parnell Drug .,,_ .    
-. _, _ eWor1d sSt•nd- V \_,t
. Prof, ll. J. linkerton spent the week I   ud Tone chu L_¢.` _ WI
C0, ’j` end ln Versailles.     mellow and vc¥}" (gi?     4.: .0Yn
5//A powerful. ~ L ’· ,
. · , ..·· - ,7 ‘ 1 1 rf tl 1. -·
SMA, of Mr. Curd, of Wl]m0F€,`W8S the guest lt _,.-   Iqzzgtutz gxmegnzzerpn M f / /
ot his daughter, Miss Gertrude Curd   g _ J,   pgeencncmnlllsugmza I   I
‘   I . en or us » · ,·
  C'   the past week-  H     ‘ Cataloltothemalsers. , eg T
if A   For sale by all leading /./'\  @2 ` 9.;%
n SO-/{PS Dr. w. K. Price, from near Rich-   ig ¤*·:°•::;;;2   gg-;n\s$’@
  mondd, visinedogis dainrghters, Misses   _ 140:8: Hub  
Florence an ena C6. · ~-—   .~  . ~‘, '  ”' .
TALCUM POWDERS / ' · ,  ‘“°"° _ . tsl; \ /
AT COST The members of the Music Depart-   - ~ _ \ `
ment gave a very interesting program -~ _   {
in Duff Chapel Thursday afternoon. 1 * 15 •; _ __
The TBest Hot Chocolate in ""
h   Mr. Bryan, of Ashland, spent a few
. I e ity days with his daughter, Miss Gladys MAKERS OF LYON AND HEALY PIAN
° t D C MYSQ A'_`I' Crawford' of Gloucgsgmn time of the arrival of the train except I
      0n Qmq IS with her daughter' Missin een the night meetings, which will be   I  
(rawford, who has been very . arranged for by the local Committeen
Phone 154 Your Nearest 'Drug Store Most of the meetings during the day Wants Your picture Since y°u left
  Mn {Ones" _Of M°“Fic€uO’ was the will be held in the coaches attached h¤m€"S0 does Y°•“`
guest ot his sister, Miss Ora Jones. to the train A number Of Subjects  
---------;—-.—.A... _ L_ _ _ h will be discussed, but the audience gg__g,  
A r€°m}1_“mbB g1_v€n m Dum C   will be invited to ask any questions CALL AT
sl next bmday €v€n}n$’ February d' of interest in regard to farming. The , •
M¤€1¤r¢· Gum & c°· T 8 "‘.'{*‘ ·*° *"“..‘*"$"‘°§‘..J?..€."”i‘§.g‘;i..; me Wm be from *·€¤¤g*0¤ *0 Pm l‘llll11|ll1lBy S Sllldlll
Incccr Omt d he pu IC lb Cor la y Knob; Pine Knog, to Danville; Dan-
p 6 l"`€S€m· ville to Louisville; Louisville to and let him help you make mother
NO'T°|c'E! Georgetown to Cincinnati, making happy and also help you to win
Will do your Society and Com- stops at various stations between your
· · Reading of play for Dramatic Club ‘h??€_ poimjt _ _    
moncement Invitations and Pro at Education Building at 3:30 n_ m_ t 1;;. fgaiigrwnf bin; vggzt. linxim wnb Some of mom
td.E bod out. ° ms m V'
grams better than 0therS' O ay very y not only enlighten them in regard to    
TRAIN FOR farming, but it will also call their at- SD€’$l&l !`31€S to 5t¤'1€·¤lS·
NO_ 152 West Main Street AN AGRWULTURAL tention to the College of Agriculture 34] w55T MAIN 51{ pay, p1,,,,,,l635x
KENTUCKY- where they may send their sons to T——T···—
L€Xi¤8t0¤. KY. gain knowledge from which they were
. ~ · . · ._ OVER 85 YEAR8°
A uumbm OI mllroadb m Iheighpm deprived, and it will also implant into gxpgnmnct
ing States have fiad enough goresnilnt the boys H growing desire to learn
  to realize the va ue of scienti c me - more of that mysterious tning__.Sci_
ods ot farming and what the ldistribu- Qntinn Ann,innnnI,9·.___0f which they
tion of such knowledge wou tl mean are nnntinnnuy nearing SO much about
    lor them in thc way o1` incneased from every Sint" The Country boys
*`*"=’lghL "€(`€ii’tS in the {Q"` tones are now flocking together to form Tmtoz Mama
1     through which they operate; and (.0,.n nlnbn and ment, nlnns are de_ C DE$IG|;S&c
, , ._ · . .· , -_ _ onvmonr .
Th I . L _ _h . . h‘““` bwu _‘°°“d‘"g ou? °if"°*a·1 “·*=·"* velopmg all the more that thirst for Anyorieuuuilrlgaskslpn ¤llt1tit·¤t·rl{»l_».;tl¤»¤y
1 e on y hrst c ass s op in Lexington cultural trains, over their lines, carry- knowledge of improved farming. Only m¤`j;_m__y·‘§${;j·_“’_%·l·;&t;·é·l¤l·t·;n_{;j>=>(yj_l:ilumrngtij
l Yale Pompadouraspcclalty. _ ing agricultural exhibits and the best last neck MOL Roberts Organized n LQ}{}’,FjF_j§‘f}{_§;;;{"jf°_;‘,§Q3?·,§}§_Ql},‘l?,’fn°,§L{L‘§§fjQ"
l B. 1`OT°CH‘ Pmlmctor hxiulfrst 0bmh;aF£€' .1 d 1 K boys' corn club of seventy members in •pL;§il»l'¥t?t¢l':r$Jllilghhéhllllrggllhlti¥t.C°` wmv.
· { as 0*19 0 9 "&U`09· S U GU' Union county, and many of these        
  tucky has reached the conclusion that boys have already decided to enter Q  
  the roads in this State and _0 is roin r _ ycltr: fourmou1lis,|l. BodbyulInewstlt·¢1lers.
I , ¤ is is A good opportunity for agricultural   &   38w,°.d,m    
igatsslzx gl;;;·0;€&i;:¤ll;¢S?; gb; 219 students, and any others interested in Branch 0t11ce,tl25FSt.. wasnluulcn, n.c.
"l°(l;l%“`f*1 U`&;*li)·fmwgggbagriculiural tical side of this subject will be for
an NYY exll lS» W 6 run mm them to attend the State Farmers' A
March 6, 1911, by the Q. & C·. and Institute at Mt. Sterlin Tl ··i   A l
A1 h Southcrn railroad, in co-operation with yl-may and Saturdavl gnny EEITZZ `*
ways t G Best Sh0W· tho U. S. Department` of Agrinulture doubt lirotit by the experience of some .-
Always the Same Price. and thc igiicuntural College. blwwial ot' the ablest men in agriculture who   Q
mcctings law cell arranged with the will lccturc there. ` `
UW8.ySn(;l€8.I1b T?£Vl:;·Y8 G°°d· farmers at the stations where the A_,_,____;_   `.»
téll ut- 21 8 —— train will stop 'l`he meetings will be ` Alhl P4
A- Never Outdonc addressed by the various members of        
l • the Agrwunuml College fanultv and R   will-k 1-1;-gl tilzlss Zlllll lill;lr:l1ltt»etl
5 Shows D3»1ly—3ZO0, 7130, 9200. · ealllnli (lf Play for Dramatic (`lub Lxlvc mc zi cnll.
other men well known in agriculture. at Education Building at 3:30 p. m. 213 1-2 EAST MAIN STREET
TRY TO GET IN. The time of the meetings will be the today. Everybody out. xm,. p,,Snn·fn,n

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Published every Thursday by the •t¤d•nt body of State University of Kentucky,     i Q
for the beneflt of the students, the faculty and alumnae of that  
Institution. . '
THE IDEA ls the official newspaper of the University, and is issued wekly 4  
during the college year. Its chief object is to give the college news of Kentucky. l ",
In addition thereto it gives Items of interest concering other universities and   lt?
colleges ln the United States and Canada.  
Entered at Lexington Post Omce as second class mall matter. IB NQW (}()i]]g Ol]  
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S. C. EBBERT. Business Msnag M t C C e
F. L. MARX, Asst. Business Manager. J. B. SANBERST Asst. Adv. Mgr. 0     00 I
THEO. SLADE, Advertising Manager. W. A. LUR[']·.Y. Asst. Sub. Mgr. _ {
V. L. DOWNING, Subscription Mgr. E. J. KOHN, Asst. Sub. Mgr. ]36 & j38 S_ timestone
This issue of The Idea was pre- The next issue ot The Idea will be  
pared by the following members of prepared by the following members ot • •
The Idea Stall: The Idea. Stud:   &     C0•
E. L. Becker. W. B. Hagar. I“"“'p°’“"’d
C. E. Blevins. J. F. Bruner. P R | N T] [gl G
S.’\V. `Jackson. \V. C. Duncan, RUSH WORK A SPF C. A DIV You Call SRVB from 25 to
Miss Lleo Gillis. A.` C. Bull. BOTH PHONES V 50 per Cent. on all your I »
MISS Addie D°°°‘ 124-128 N. umasrons . - Lrxmcnu. uv purchasesin Clothing and
  Furnishing GOOdS•····.·•·
A committee, composed of Alumni of no longer would there be expenditure _ _
Columbia University and appointed to of vast sums of money, for apparatus Great Rcductmns III B" DOIIBHIIIOIIYS
investigate thoroughly the conditions and equipment, but for men to teach.  
that exist in that institution and to Thus a much higher standard could
determine what would best advance be attained than is ordinarily possible • • I-1  
its interests, has reported at length, and those students interested in the  
recommending that a strictly classical classic training would thus be able
school be made ot the university; to find associated together the great-  
that competition with the various est scholars in the country. 7HE COLLEGE MAN’S STORE
scientific and professional schools be This idea is not impossible of execu· i
abandoned and that their chief object tion, in fact it is altogether practical   Ch"' L` St"¤°` 98 " ' ' M‘“""' i ~
be the building up of a great institu- and it only remains for Columbia. Un- Q
tion for the literary and the cultural iV€rSity 0r some other to blaze the OHCFS f7'G8 iuifion in all depart-    
training-one that would oifer to the WHY. TQGIIES except Law to g'1'8dll8t8S of  
country an opportunity, such as does Ixcntucky High Schools who are ?
DOY, exist at present, for the purely           I)rGpar€d to        
classical education of its literary men, NON TO THE UNIVERSITY Class.
its statesmen and its teachers. ' Each COll1“1tY in the State is en-   . · ;
Such a movement as this would be The Older universities most genep Utléq tl; S€l'l(l FREE of tuition, _ _,·:;. Om
entirely new to the average American any have a lon li t f I b I . UIHTTIGII HUGH ]3b0I"lt0I‘V ami oth-
r t f 7 L .
idea of 8. college or umvmsy, and ,,.,,0,,, ,€C,,,,,S im? ,2,, §§S‘§,j I§$§,,‘§,_ er fees, one or more appointees. 'N BOTTLES
“'Ou1d be   an experiment- Yet!   The recently established Ones, h0“v,      
proligrlyb iarrilefl boutfsuch t T plan ever, on account of their youth, us- F0? full information regmrtiinv   I.
“°u O Vous} 9 ° gma mp°"` ually cannot lay claim to such .It appointees courses of sti Al H ‘
' - . ` / . 7 ·
ance and “°u]d no d°ubt b° an im takes t1me for the graduates of any of bO3!‘; ()_ygigI-S any
tion were the literary and cultural mums that he perfowe €ndm_€d‘ d Style at ti iiioiiient’s notice. The  
advancement Of its Bmd°mB· thm it cherishes the kindly memories of {iiie only fi”“t"’;"“S Lunch Counter in
00uld surely secure that advance. happy hours he knew · AS time mel DU (mh. TIM! Kimi the Sillllh end of the city, Open
ment batter by thus having the single' lows all unhallowed memories the av i day an I night' T
t . ‘ is tl
nisguzr Elgpssc ld b t 1 d erage alumnus regards, with rever-   S  
c ers cou e re a i' ~. '
ne or ence almost sacred, the school where       (`ltlryipp Mill and Bolivar

 I ‘ TH E ID E A 5
I I he learned so many of the wonders liest men and most courteous gentle- r--
I · I of life. men are bred in our schols ot higher  
I _ He is a real and integral part of his learning and the great mass of the “‘ `
,/ alma mater. lnseparably is his life alumni have so bourne themselves  
III I ·   bound to, and woven in with the that they reflect credit unmlstakably  
  . i spirit of his university. If, then, his upon their alma maters.
_`_   life, is clean and his viorks worthy, We are very sure it is the supreme
·· IIIIII   I  great is his influence for the welfare duty of every alumnus to uphold the
  .       Iii; of his alma meter. But, on the other integrity and name of his educational `
  /    hand. it his me be umraoiy and his institution in every way reasonable
l ,       colors unworthy, what influence he and do all in his power to advance · •
.       may have upon the school that guided its interests and aid it in its work ot
_   _,-   his days of youth will be immeasur- bettering the worthiest youths of the
z   IZ    ably bad. However, time has sufll- land.
I    I   ciaritly i>r¤v<==¤ that the clennest. man-
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  I     [ P · • UP 5 (Successors
·=:;:· < ·-=s:;:=·· I !,ig£;5
   I  II *   to T. B. Dewhurst.)
    OUE TO WASHING-I-QN, He thrust the glittering crown away FOR ALL
‘   gi  I   —-— His heart yearned not for vain display. I
 FI,,_,,,,_,,,,   All hail our own loved Washington ' I
 'I r"!"F;I"°'   I Lgt every head bg h9,redI His labors o’er, his work complete I  
_ a,gI,.‘ ,,:5*,     Let every voice and every tongue His ¤‘I8·IS M 811 6¤d I
I, . · e; ··\III,. That hath this fpggdom Sherett To dear Mount Vernon’s sweet retreat I ,
~ " ’ ` i· Shout forth today in glad acclaim, He came lifes eve to spend S p 1
$ Their love unfeigned to show God P€St his soul. S0 DWG, S0 I-Put?. I u  
For one whose great and glorious Stay Thou U16 $D0iI€!`S h¤·¤d  
7   F  Y heme From mia his heritage to you, I For Cgllggg Meh,
Through years unborn shall go, "0ur 0W¤ ¤¤it€d I8·¤d»" I
Thg name that get aI nation free   may l',h€ skies bélld SW€€{Iy above
I wm livg ag long as memory The grave where lies a nation‘s love. I
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S Through years of toil and bitter pain ’_‘——°*°’“—°‘_‘“
` His heart was ever true NOTICE! GY]V[NAS][`U’]V[ SUI'_['SI
Though disappointments fell like rain ———
• He kept the end in view Reading of play for Dramatic Club SHOESI
i Through Delaware’s ice-laden gorge at Education Building at 3:30 p. m.
5 His shivering troops he led today. Everybody out. BASKET BALL
He saw the snows of Valley Forge
I Stained with feet that bled, I SUPPLIESI
I The path of duty e’er he trod COIIIOMICS AND DOMESTIC
      His never-failing friend was God. E SCIENCE BASE BALL GOODS,
While treason shak hi Y i —
band es S waver ug Miss Aubyn Chinn, instructor of Do- and C LL G
And fem, rends every IIIIIIIII mestic Science, gave an interesting O E E
They See him IIIIIIII GIbI_aImI_ étand lecture to the young ladies of State PENNANTSI
I ___ HIS fIII,€ doth IIOIIII IIIIIIIIIIII University last Thursday afternoon
I He wee e eheirerrre cloud by day, Q1 ff *’*“"·l€€* .°‘ _"°,‘T‘I‘ If’°°I,Z‘.°_"I“`“‘ FLAGS-
I A IIgIII OI, me III, nIgIIII Iei emonstiations niti tIe ite ess
I rIrIIOIIgh other Stars Shed IIIII a my Looker pioyetl that such was a great PILLOW COVERS,
I HIS SIIIIIIB IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII and bIIIgIII advantage over the ordinary methods,
I Through the III II II II _, mu i ci per ant c eaner. e a so
    ar an cmlmg Storm' spoke of the value that other domestic
I I I H9 mw Leomdas of 0Id departments. if established in connec-
The Best Wm g° F"`St• I When Persian hordes drew nigh II*°“ “'I“‘ “I" i""°IU"“'°"SIIIyII"'°“IIId Will alwayr i».· clad to acc
. Said: "Hold th »· t. e to t ic sc noo ant ret.:rctte iat , ,
Come To day b0Id 8 ea e my Spartans S. I'. contained but one department of IOW
I Greece doth on you IIIII II domestic science. Dean Hamilton fcl·
HIS OOIISCIQIIIIII was IIIII ;IIIdIII I lowed with an interesting and instruc—
, G0¢1’s will the power that merge: ar ‘“" ‘“'“ "‘°“*‘ ""` S“"‘° ““°S- ""‘
  HIS I,IIIIIIII_I,.S IIaII IIS IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII plaining why we should have home l .
. HGIJS wa, III II I economics in State University. ills- I
I ’ AIIII III I_I_:__I F ‘Ii;€I,?§II0IItI: III II cussing the Philosophy of Economics I & COMPANY
1 3 ‘ I 1 · '.`lI ·
(III I·I,I,IIII0I . III I II. I,_ she said many things which if follow- . I, II I ___
Us u al did ub au' ed out would be of great benefit to I ··(\Il Mbmrs
I ...· rr,. I rr our reerie I “’ I "· """I""‘“““·’
. I IS 1 lll}; tiat eac one today ` ·
I h   N C0. I SUNW Sweet l`l’lUk‘lllbl'llllC6 bring _ II     I WEST MAIN STREET
bonie token to his memory lay I
I lncmporulcd S0lllti Song- of praise to sing   I
l·‘or land more fair it seems to nie  
I C ’ S . , , --~—»-—-—-»---e-e..e......e.
‘     S   No “`m"`I""$ Bi`9 h8·V€ BYFIVQU Reading of play for Dramatic (`lub  "·~""***·~·
Nor greater gift than liberty at Education Building at 3:30 p. m.
‘ Mus uwrtul ever given today. Everybody our ..___;_____q__ ___

 6 T H E I D E A .
lt’s excellent; we’ve heard so much Hlppopgqmg I
about it. .._...
M   d t Lets ¤¤t fvrset our r><>e¢¤· Time The show wmeu opened Monday _ . l
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