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Formerly THE IDEA

University of Kentucky
VOL. VIII.

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, MAR. 30 1916,
'HUSTLERS" MUST GET
BUSY FOR CONTEST

BASE BALL TEAM IS
GOING

FULL

SPEED

SHOWING

OLD-TIM-

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PEP

Tho psychological moment has arrived and all who aro after tho val
uable prize offered in tho Kcntuck-Probabl1" "Hustlers' Contjht" should get out
after those subscriptions.
Alumni and others interested in the
University and the Annual have al- ready asked that copies" bo reserved
for them. The sale of this year's
book should bo easier than any other,
and It is expected that the total number will exceed by far those of any
other year.
A hitherto unequalled
cover and
style of binding, and many other new
features will cause this book to be in
demand.
The contest is. moving along quite
lively. Those who have not started
canvassing should begin today. A
later start means a handicap.
Get your subscription blanks from
R. E. Cullen and then get busy among
the students, faculty and townsmen.

DR.

No. 26

JAMES K. PATTERSON PASSES
TY-THI-

MILESTONE

OF

LIFE

y

Great Numbers of Students McClellan Will
Hearing Eloquent
Start First Game
Addresses
With Michigan
Raymond Robins, famous social
worker from Chicago, who has been
making a tour of North American coles during this school year, opened
his campaign at the University under
the direction of the Y. M. C. A. Tuesday morning, when he spoke In chapel
before an audience which packed the
room to Its capacity. The subject of
his address was "The Challenge or
the Changing Social Order. A large
representation of the faculty was present at this meeting also. Mr. Robins'
address was one of unusual power, as
.1
have been all of his addresses during
this year.

IS ON APRIL EIGHTH

Full of Years and Honors, "Grand Old Man of
versity of Kentucky" Retains His
Youthful

Uni-

Vigor

A period of a few warm days has
RECEIVES LETTERS FROM CLARK AND ALLEN
put the old "pop" Into the baseball
squad and they have at last settled
Dr. James K. Patterson, President ing reached such a good old age in
down to real work on the new diaEmeritus of the State University of such mental and physical strength.
mond on Stoll Field.
Kentucky, celebrated his eighty-thir"I hope that you will live many
Coach Tuttle Is In charge and has
birthday last Sunday. With a mind years and that all of them will be
been putting the boys through all the
as keen as that of a young man and n prosperous and happy.
maneuvers that real ball teams must
"I have never forgotten the good
body possessing the strength of one
undergo in order to become winners.
far more youthful this .Grand 01d you did me when I was one of your
Tuttle's hobby Is hitting practice. He
Man of the University of Kentucky" Is pupils, for which I am truly grateful.
believes that no team can win games
"Your friend,
a remarkable example of the result of
without jarring the fences frequently.
a life of clean living and high think"CHAMP CLARK."
There is a large number of contend
ing. His whole life has been crowded
The letter from Mr. Allen follows:
ers for berths on the- team ,a good
.,th honop am, achlevement and each "My dear President Patterson:
schedule has been arranged and everyOn Tuesday afternoon at 3:45, Mr.
"I should like to express to you, as
pasglng year hag adde(J ,tg quQta of
thing will be In prime condition for
Pnhlno onnln tn tVio fonult.r In Via
ou look out upon your eighty-thirfriends and admirers.
,
0,
Du664D
sxaTIOJN COWS.
faculty room. All of the faculty men1
years Dr. Patterson birthday and perhaps look backward
For thirty-fou- r
Kentucky meets the mighty MichiMAKE GOOD RECORD has lived In his home adjoining the some little of the reverence, the
expressed themselves as being very
ganders. "Beat Michigan" Is the slomuch impressed by Mr. Robins'
campus; years in which he has watch- gratitude, and the affectionate esteem
gan now among the State fans.
Few mature cows have equalled
On Tuesday night he spoke
Among the candidates who are show- the records made by two Jersey helT-er- s ed the growth of the institution from which I have constantly cherished for
again in chapel to men only. More
ja college of one building to a great you since I was one of your students
ing real baseball ability are the men
at the Kentucky Experiment Sta- '"r
than 50 per cent of the men students from
whose buildings in my youth.
year's squad, consisting of tjon By selling the Inferior Indivld- - State institution
last
were present at this meeting. The
come freshly
campus. Dr. Pat
"The odes of Horace
captain;
Park,
"Curt"
"Senator" lUals and keeping the best heifers of crowd a
subject of his address was "College
Schrader,
Crum, "Dutch"
"Red" the herd a strenuous effort is being terson has been a great force in the to my mind as I thus call back those
Men and Civic Leadership."
It was
Spalding, Waters, Haydon, McClellan, ma(Je to ralae the herd average to a upbuilding of the University and a days; and there are many lines I
the story of Mr. Robins' fight against Server, Kelly and Grubbs. The
large part of its development is direct- would fain quote to you on our human
newy.,Igh leveL This culling is beginning
a political boss and his ring in the men fighting for places are: McEl- ly due to his efforts.
life, its Wars, Its games, Its winter
to 8now great result8
seventeenth ward of the city of ChiMany men of distinction were stu- and its wine. But you know them
vain, Gasser, "Scotty,"
of the 'i2
cago, In which 75,000 people live In
dents during the presidency of Dr. all; they are the low music of your
team;
Roark, Misrack,
Williams,
tenements in an area less than one
Patterson, among whom may be men- fireside, of your memories, your philCooper, Bartie, Davidson ("Red"),
square mile. The address was full of
tioned Champ Clark, James Lane Al- osophy and your dreams.
Rodes, Jolinson, CJsco, Abell, Rice,
action and life throughout and a num"To these I leave you undisturbed
len and Dr. William Benjamin Smith,
Frazier and others.
ber of applications to the students
of Tulane University.
and from a distance send you this
"Dutch" Schrader, who played shortwere made at the close. After the stop
Dr. Patterson received flowers, tel- brief but heartfelt salutation.
last year so ably, has gone to
regular address twenty minutes were
egrams and letters of congratulations
"JAMES LANE ALLEN."
third and Waters has been shifted
given over to questions and' answers,'
"I have no longevity secrets," Dr.
from the second sack to fill his place. Second Place Awarded C. P. from far and near. We publish one
the students asking questions and Mr. Captain Park, who was one of
from Champ Clark and one from Patterson said recently, "but this I
Nicholson By the
Robins answering them fully.
would like to say to every young man
James Lane Allen:
Judges
the famous "Park and Park" battery
The address on Wednesday morning for two year8i may go to nrst ba8e( as
'President J. K. Patterson,
jon my birthday: Clean living means
long living just as it does honored liv-- j
"Lexington, Ky.
at the chapel hour to engineering stu- - Crum and McElvain are showing such William Shinnick ,a junior in the
'
ing. The maxim that youth must sow
dents was of unusual power and the marked ability as catchers.
With College of Arts and Science, won the 'Ty dear Mr. President:
"I understand
attendance was even larger than on these changea made and the vacan-- , Patterson trophy m the twenty-sev-ththat you will be wild oats has worked untold mischief.
eighty-thre- e
years old on the twenty- - Equable living also bears large
previous night.
cIo8 mied wlth tUe material on hand,enth annual oratorical contest which
was held last Monday night in the
of this month and I write you wards. It Is enough to meet life's reThe first meeting of the campaign the team Is sure to be a winner
Second honors were taken fills note to congratulate you on hav- - sponslblllties as they come."
was open to men and women, as will
McClellan who won most of the ch",e1'
by Mr. C. P. Nicholson, a senior law
- games he pitched last year, will prob
be the one on Friday, night. On Wedstudent.
Company E
E acting as "cavalry."
nesday afternoon Mr. Robins spoke in ably start the first game.
Mr. Shinnick's subject was "Amer-- j
will furnish its own steeds.
Patterson Hall to women only.
CADETS WILL STAGE
tea and the Age of the Ideal." That
Thursday night Mr. Robins will
The battalion will form at the arof Mr. Nicholson was "The American
speak on "Mastery and Power" to JURY IK GRIFFITH CASE
mory promptly at 1:30 o'clock and all
SHAM BATTLE FRIDAY
Lynching Party."
men only. This Is expected to be one
cadets will be excused from class
President Emeritus James K. Patof the most powerful addresses of the
Tho Blue
work for the afternoon.
CANNOT MAKE DECISION terson offers a gold medal annually
entire series and it Is hoped that no
wUl march toward East Hkk
to the winner of the Patterson So- Mt. Tabor Pike Will Be the"army
man in the University will fail to
man as far as the reservoir, by way of
ciety oratorical contest, which is us- Sceen of "Bloody"
hear him on Thursday night.
the Mt. Tabor pike, and the Reds, who
Majority Of the Members ually held on his birthday.
Combat
have supposedly retreated toward Nieh
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Mr. Shinnick is a man of many acAwaiuing
HISTORY CLUB.
olasville, will march out in search of
He
Damages
complishments.
was recently
The University battalion of cadets
them after receiving reinforcements.
f
elected
of The Ken- will go through sham battle maneuvThe "cavalry" will be sent out the
Tho History Club will meet Monday
The jury hearing the case of J. L. tucky Kernel for next year.
ers tomorrow afternoon, and lively
Richmond pike to hold the enemy unevening at 7:30 In the Education Griffith against the Kentucky Traction
The judges of the contest were Pro times may be expected on tho "bloody"
Building. The session will be de- - & Terminal Company for $2r,000 dam- - fessor P. P. Boyd, Professor W. E. Hold, which will be located some til the Infantry can arrive. After the
voted to reports from seniors on ages for the death of his son. Eldrldge Butt and wn,am H TowUHend. Tno whero ,n Fayotte County between the 8tru,B ,8 over the dead ttnd wounded
'
Seven , Griffith, failed to agree on a verdict other contestant!, and their subjects Tate's Creek and Richmond pikes. ' wl" rotuni t0 the Uulver8tty 0,1 foot
theses in Kentucky history.
reports of five minutes each will be and was dismissed last Thursday were. M w Condltti "The Evolution The Blue Invading forces, to bo com- - JuHt a Uttl t0 lat t0 Bet BuppeP at
morning. Young Griffith was killed last of Domocracy; DanIei GUckman. posed of Company A. will bo com. the regular boarding houses. There- .,., uy n
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- iiih wuxi war, aim wuuer riper, uiuuuuu .... i;uiiuiii uuu .wunuiiuy, uihi, BUlt of the battle cannot be predicted
moivujiui midiii ui u - October when a streflt car struck the
uutuuiD til inn r
with any degree of accuracy.
was helping to carry wheiy.0m. IdeaiB
tory aud Political Economy aro
Dr, Patterson present- - the defending army will consist of
pected to be present.
B, C and D, with Company
Companies
ed the medal.
p
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Fourth Number of Lyceum

Union Contestants Urged Promises To Be Best StrollTo Turn In Their
er Production Ever
Staged
Names
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The Union Literary Society held Its
One of the nest Bceuun
regular weekly meeting In the Bociety n,ul the Doys" which the Strollers are
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hall Saturday evening.
getting ready to spring on
of the meet- l8 m the third act, which shows the
The chief feature
e
ing was an address by Professor J. big race track near Now York, l
a na curtain goes up on the finish or tn
T. C. Noe, In which he told of
u.
tional oratorical association which nsj8CCOnd race and Ulc scene
organized for the purpose of omt-Joroof o the club house, two of
been
the
Tom
on some phase of the question of
,ch are occupied by Billy and
peace. The umtea ataies MoroWOod and Uieir socieiy
international
In
has been divided Into several districts, They &rQ lnterested In the ponies,
which
within which oratorical contests will a mild way, all except Tom.
Is the
be held on this subject. The man in played by Leonard Taylor, who
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who defeats all other sporting member of the party.
each district
as played by Miss Vircontestants will receive fifty dollars
will be given glnla Stout, and Mrs. Prentice Trom- dollars
and twenty-fivof
to the second best orator. Professor ley, Played by Miss Eliza Spurrier,
t,oiian it IS
Noe will be pleased to explain the course, attena tne rm.
conditions of the association to any fimhlonable and assume the air prop
to the
mntrlculate of the University.
orly bored indifference as
All contestants In the oratoricnl conhorses.
test, to be given by the Union Liter- During the intermission
,. tlioff
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Ji.
ary society are
lhe second and tmra races rauiei,
w.
names to tne secr.wu ,
Lemuel Morewood, piayeu
wh,ch Is
berlain,atonce. It is hoped that sev- Bessie Brayton,
Smith, and
the contest. The con- eral will enter
by Misg Rebecca
test will be held either the 12th or 21st ,Tuck BartholomeW, played by the

Course Enjoyed By

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The Bonnett trio, the fourth number
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beglnnlng t0 cnd and the music
apprcclated by a large
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He sent the song birds south to dream pany with ..these persons," as Mrs. will be primarily for
who at- students are welcome, and all
at this store
Of summer's wafting breeze.
calls them.
- uck" is anything but refined In tend will no doubt derive much good
Then when his work was almost done Jjjs enthusiasm over the races and from them.
'he ha8 a hot tip on Bluebird, which! President H. S. Barker and Dean A.
He brightened up the star.
Univer-And o'er the shivering earth he spun he anQ Lem play straight in the eye, S. Mackenzie represented the
across sity at the conference.
mantle for its scars.
rlght on the end Qf the nose,
JOHN J. LEMAN, '19.
board anQ eyery other way there
IUr Advertisers
Is to play them. When the race starts Pntmnize
up on the back of
n,iri "Tuck" climbs
MTSS SWEENY URGES
AMERICAN DYE STUFF his seat and pulls his pony across with House before the Ben All was put Into
"Come on, you Rabbit," from the time commission, it has proved to be an
In an address before the Economics they leave the post until they go under assistance to the members of the
Department of the Woman's Club, Thfi wire with Rabbit winner by a cast. During the extra two weeks of
Miss Mary E. Sweeny urged its mem nose, the Strollers handle tlieir parts rehearsals they are polishing up the
SUPERIOR VAUDEVILLE
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2 NEW SHOWS WEEKLY
She declared that the manufactur- exl)ected from any com- have had to be overlooked
of tills country have Invested large
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y Qf actorg whQ ,mve Hved ln Lex. Jf the ghow md gone on when nrst
3 - - SHOWS DAILY - - 3
sums in the materials with which to lngton or gono to school here and the scheduled.
Stage Manager Shinnick
create the dye industry in America, Unlvur3,ty actors can put it on in a promises this year tho most finished
10c
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and it behooves the women of the
hQ mQ8t blas0performance the Strollers liavo ever
stu- - nresented. and that means that it will
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"Father and the Boys" at tho ers have alrealy made a reputation for
Mine they had first expected because presenting plays fur abovo those
(Continued from Patre 1)
SAME MANAGEMENT
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posted
Tho orders which have been
were unable to obtain tho Opera 8e,ltcd
warn all cadets that no trespassing on
growing crops will be permitted.
Laughter and talking Is also forbidden
to those In the armies. In order to
give the true military flavor to the
battle no soldier will wear any bright
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* THE KENTUCKY
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which cniiRod many words to bo
through Dr. Johnson's Igno- 'rnnco of etymology.
In tho lecture, Dr. Croissant hurled
several sharp criticisms at tho etymologists, whose Ignorance Is large
h' responsible for the misspelling of
nmny of our words. As on example
ho cited tho spelling of- "sulfur," which
is the English, historical and Lntln
spelling of tho word. Through tho lg- nornnco of the etymologists It was
considered to bo of Greek origin and
ns n result It was Incorrectly spelled
"Bulphur." Ho asserted that tho use
of simplified spelling would save tho
country $100,000,000 annually In tho
cost of printing.

KERNEL

MINING INSTITUTE

AD THOMAS SIGNS TO
PLAY WITH LEXINGTON

TO

THESE LEXINGTON FIRM8
VERTISE IN THE KENTUCKY KERNEL.

Ad Thomas, star southpaw of tho
Lexington Colt team last year, and
formerly a valuable hurler on tho
Of Simplified
Dr. Croissant
First Aid Contest To Be a Wildcat team, has again signed to
play with Lexington. Thomas Joined
Snellinrr Board Talks
Feature of the
o
tho Colts last year about tho same
In Chapel
Meet
time that James Park, Floyd "Hasty"
Dr. DoWitt C. Croissant,
of tho
The Kentucky; Mining Institute Wright atul "Hlscult" Reed did, all of
University of Kansas, addressed a
which was secured after a close con- whom mado good in die fast comlargo number of students In chnpol
test with Hazard will bo huld in Lex- pany.
lost Friday morning, his subject bo- Lexington bids fair to have a winington May 12 and 13.
Ing "Simplified Spelling." Dr. Crols- The meeting was held at Pineville ning team In tho Ohio Stato League
8nnt Is making a tour of tho various
last year and the year before In this circuit this season, and Thomas Is excolleges and universities of tho coun- pected to bo one of tho mainstays of
city.
try delivering tills address under tho
the club. Ad has enjoyed a successKentucky Is a great
auspices of the Simplified Spelling
ful winter at his homo in Liberty,
State in the midst of the greatest
Ky earning no little prominence in
Hoard of Now York. With convincing gTATE ALUMNUS WITH
region of the world and the
logic and unanswerable arguments, PERSHING IN MEXICO Ininnrtnnnn
politics. He is said to have mado
Wo nnnl mining (.wl.it.
'several speeches In the Interest of tho
Dr. Croissant presented ills subject.
By bringing
try Is fast Increasing.
Among those who wcro favorably
Among tho soldiers who are at together those who are interested in Republican party which have earned
impressed by Dr. Croissant's reason- - tempting to capture Villa and his bail mining from all over tho State, the In- him an enviable reputation
in his
ing, was President Barker, who made dit crow is Lieutenant T. S. Bowen,
stitute does much to blot out narrow "homo town."
a short address after the speaker had of Franklin, Ky who Is a former State mlndedncss and improve the methods
'
concluded. He assured Professor L. student. Lieutenant Powcn is in tho of production and preparation of tho PRESIDENT BARKER TALKS AT
L. Dantzler that ho would assist him Aero Corps and was ono of the avla-i- products
MEMBERS' COUNCIL LUNCH.
for the market.
an effort to have simplified spelling tors who went with tho first body of
First-aimeets have been a feature
adopted by all University publications. General Pershing's troops. Ho is at of the spring meetings. Prizes amountPresident II. S. Barker, of State,
Dr. Croissant showed that our pros-- j present at Columbus, N. M., recover-en- t ing to more
than $u00 were distributed and President R. II. Crossilold, of
method of spelling was not only Ing from minor Injuries received when at the first aid meet held last May at Transylvania, delivered tho principal
contrary to all sensible rules, but that his aeroplane fell a week from last Plnevllle, the largest amount ever de- addresses of tho Educational Day proby the Members'
Monday.
It was also contrary to the Anglo-Sax- meet- gram arranged
voted to prizes at any first-aion method. He said that there had
Council of the Board of Commerce last
Lieutenant Bowen and tho other air ing in the United States.
been three great influences on our scouts have proven of great service
The program which la being ar- Wednesday in the Board of Commerce
spelling, each one' of which tended to to tho soldiers In the difficult and dan- - ranged will be announced in a short rooms. Professor D. V. Terrell, of the
The first gorous work in which they are en time. The Phoenix Hotel will be head- University, presided.
make it more senseless.
great influence was the Norman Con- - gaged. Sinco the aero squad joined quarters.
President Barker's speech was dequest, which brought a largo number tho advance column it has kept more
An Important feature of the meet voted to the progress the University
of .foreign words into the English lan-- ! than sixty-fiv- e
miles in advanco of the ,vill be a first-aicontest staged in has made during the five years he lias
guagc. The second Influence was the cavalry,
The student enrollthe University stadium. Mining com- been president.
panies from all over the State have ment has been increased from 721 to
He
ccssitated tho employment of Dutch
KENTUCKIAN STAFF.
entered teams and the mining stu- 1,439 during his administration.
printers. Their inability to grasp the
laid special emphasis on the College
dents will have excellent opportuniEnglish sounds correctly led to a
of Agriculture, which sent out its
There will be an important meeting ties to see practical demonstrations.
great many misspelled words which of the Kentuckian staff today (Thurs
first graduates in 1808, and which will
graduates this year,
have thirty-fivhave been Incorporated into our lan- day) at 3:30.
MILTED BRETHREN" with a total enrollment of 241!.
guage. The third great influence was
HERBERT GRAHAM,
REORGANIZE LODGE
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club proving that misery loves company, was reorganized at State University last week and Robert Mitchell
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Four students having received "jilting" letters from their "one and only"
within a week, banded themselves together and thus the club was founded. Since then it has become necessary to make rules for membership
society, as the
into this
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In order to become a member It is
necessary to present a "Jilting" letter
from the girl and also the name of
'the other fellow. These letters are
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Ladies," are sung, after which reports
from the Poultry and Old Maids' Committees are made.
Plans are now on foot to organize
a ladles' auxiliary to the lodge. The
present officers of the lodge are:
Senior Grand Mogul, Robert Mitchell,
Jr. Bouncer, Clifford T. Dodson;
Grand Junior 'Bouncer, S. H. Brown;
Grand Scribe and Fi (n) ance (r), Lee
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Old Maids' Committee, ePtor RIcketts;
Right Hand Bower, Elmer Robertson;
Left Hand Bower, Vizo Chamberlain;
of Hearts, Charley Schuber;
Deuces, Rawlolgh Monroe and Tlieo.
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General examinations, May
Commencement, June 1.
A detailed schedule will appear in
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Well, suh, nil I got to sny to you Eight hundred volts
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During fashion week everyone has Of
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opportunity of glancing at some of the new and striking "subjects In tho recourse to books, suh. The womenjjys!
get out theah ordah books and tho(T"ey furnish a
Webster's New International Dictionary, 191C edition, which has recently
men grab for their pocket books, suh. Topic
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For feminino
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Rude: Can you tell mo tho differ
Several hundred new wo