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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
VOL IX

LEXINGTON,
UNION AND PATT.

STUDENT GOVERNMENT
TO BECOME

PENMANENT

Miss Will Elected President
For Coining Year and
Council Chosen
Only one voice was lacking to vote

student government in unanimously
at the house meeting held at Patter-so-

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Le-la- h

Kim-broug-

The red letter day on the literary
societies' calendar for the year 1919,
will be Thursday, May 8. On that
evening the Union and Patterson Lit
erary Societies, who have been rivals
almost from the date of their organlza
tion, will hold their annual debate for
the possession of the silver loving cup,
donated by
Barker. The
winning society Is allowed to hold the
cup for one year and permanent possession is acquired by three successive
victories. The Union has held the cup
for the last two years, and is deter
mined to score another victory, while
the Patterson men declare that they
will fight to the finish.
The question to be debated is, "Resolved, That the American System of
Trial by Jury Should be Abolished
constitutionality conceded." The Union
team is composed of J. P. Barnes and
Goebel Porter. The representatives of
the Patterson are W. J. Kalbreier andi
M. C. Redwine.
These teams represented Kentucky
recently in the debates with Centre
and Transylvania.

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MAY 8, 1919

LITERARY SOCIETIES
WILL FIGHT FOR CUP COVER' THEIR 'BIGGEST

Hall Thursday evening, May 1.
In January the girls voted to put
student government on trial until the
first of May, when it was to be voted
on as to whether it should become permanent. The meeting was called by
the retiring president, Miss Mildred
Graham, who had the pleasure of see
ing the plan which she Inaugurated, re
ceive enthusiastic approval. Miss Gra
ham presided over the election of the
new president, who was to be chosen
from candidates from the junior class,
as this new council will continue thiu
out next year.
Miss Louise Will was elected presi
dent. Miss Will, who is
in school affairs, was recently pledged
Staff and Crown. In this last position
of honor and responsibility, she has
the confidence of the entire student
body.
After the election of the president,
the house proceeded with the election WILDCATS "BRING BACK
of the new council. The seniors, who
asked to be excused from representa- THE
tion, were granted a petition asking
for exemption from all rules for the
rest of the year. The new council, Cincinnati and Miami Base
as finally elected, is composed of the ball Teams Fall Before
following members: President, Louise
Wildcat Scythe By 11
Will;
First
Erma
and
Scores.
Wentzell; Second
Gault; Secretary, Frances
LASLEY AND SLOMER
and Treasurer,
Margaret
Ford. Senior Representatives: Martha
PITCH GOOD BALL
Pollit, Ruth Gregory, and Edith WilLast Friday afternoon Coach Gill
liams. Junior Representatives: Amelia Volers, Adele Slade and Roberta sent back the glad tidings: "We have
Thornton.
Sophomore Representa met the enemy, and they are ours; two
lives: Margaret Harbison and Fannie baseball games, Cincinnati 11 to 8,
Miami 7 to 5." The Wildcat baseball
Heller.
une otner petition was presented team played the University of Cincinand granted as a favor to the under nati Thursday afternoon at Cincinnati,
classmen who asked that they be aV and Miami University Friday afterlowed to give a dance at Patterson noon at Oxford, Ohio. Both games
Hall on the' night of the Junior, prom, were hard fought, and the news of the
victories was well received.
May 16.
The two games played in Ohio last
week were the first the Wildcats have
BATTALION WILL BE
played away from home this season.
INSPECTED MAY 12 Cincinnati was reported to have a very
strong team, and Miamf had already
Major David O. Byars announced
demonstrated her ability to the Wild
yesterday that Colonel Creed P. Cox,
cats.
of the general staff, Washington, will
Propps Gets Five In Five Timet Up.
be here on May 12 and 13, to Inspect
"Doc" Lasley was pitted against the
the university battalion.
Cincinnati pitcher, Robins, in the first
It is not known whether the inspecgame of the trip. He allowed 8 hits,
tion will take place on May 12 or on
May 13, or whether both days will be while Kentucky succeeded in getting
14 off his opponent.
Of these, Lasley
taken up, as no word concerning defingot one and it resulted in a run. The,,
ite arrangements for Inspection has
batting of "Speedy" Propps was the
been received from Colouel Cox.
big feature of the game. Out of five
Announcements of the exact hour
times 'at bat he slammed out five hits,
of the inspection, and also of the,
one being a two bagger, and he brought
classes which will be affected by the,
one of the rung. The support of the
inspection will be made In plenty ot in
time.
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CENTRE TO TRYTO WIN IN
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TRACK

BEST' PRODUCTION

"Training tho soldier," is tho themo
Both Events to be Held on
of moving picture films to bo shown
at tho University In connection with Stoll Field Saturday Afternoon; Wildcats
Tenth Annual Offering Plays tho military department In the
to Largest Audience That Chemical Lecture room of the
Confident
Ever Paid Admission to new Chemistry building from now un
til June 2, at 3:30 o'clock on days to
The University of Kentucky and
Amateur Show in
be announced each week.
Centre College will again "lock horns"
Lexington
The first lecture was given Monday for intercollegiate athletic honors Sat
afternoon. Films dealing with "Dis urday afternoon, May 10, when a track
MISS YOUNG HANDLES cipline and Courtesy," "How to Shoot meet and baseball game will be held
LEAD LIKE VETERAN tne uine," ana "Homoing, were on Stoll Field.
The first event of the track meet
shown Wednesday afternoon, "Manual
Playing to one of the largest and of Arms," "Physical Drill," and "The with Centre Saturday afternoon will
most appreciative audiences that ever Bayonet," were the subject of the pic begin at 1 o'clock, and the last event
will be over by 3:45. The "running
witnessed an amateur production in tures.
imLexington, the Strollers, the dramatic
showed remarkable
Wildcats"
The next lecture will be on Tuesday,
provement at the Georgetown meet
organization of this University, prob- May 13, illustrating
"Pistol Shooting,"
over their record at Miami, and Coach
ably scored their "biggest and best" 'School
of the Squad," and "School of
Gill feels confident that with the expe
when they put the lines of Roi Cooper the Company." Three
thousand feet
gained in the two previous
Megrue's "Under Cover," across the
of films are to be shown at each of rience
meets Kentucky will be able to have
footlights in the Lexington Opera these
lectures. All the students of the
a winner in every event, and easily
House last Saturday night. The pro University are invited to
attend.
hold the big end of the score at the
duction was successful from every
close of the events. Coach Green, of
The audience was not made up
Centre, has said that the track meet
GEORGETOWN TAKES MEET
tlrely of University students and membetween the rivals will be decided by
bers of the faculty for the better class
the relay race at the end of the meet,
THO CATS SHOW FORM showing that he expects close scores
of Central Kentucky folk are beginning
to show increased interest in the Uniin every event.
versity by attendnig events open to
Kentucky Nosed Out in the The sharpest competition of the sea
son will be witnessed Saturday after
the general public. In the heart of
Last Three Events After noon when Centre stacks up against
of Kentucky, there
the student-bodWinning Six
Place
has always been a warm spot for the
the Wildcat baseball team after the
townspeople of Lex
Strollers.
The
Honors.
track meet. Centre has defeated every
ington and persons thruout Central
Kentucky team opposed to it, expects
Kentucky come to Stroller plays in GRABFELDER SHINES to carry away the championship of the
larger numbers every year.
State for baseball as it did in basketIn an exciting track meet held on ball. On the other hand, Coach Gill
Miss Young Scores Heavily.
The Kernel regrets indeed that It the Hinton Field track at Georgetown says he has two of the best pitchers
hasn't the space to go into detail con- Monday afternon, May 5, the George- that he has seen in college baseball in
cerning the work of the Stroller folk In town athletes defeated the University ten years and will put either of them
Megrue's strong play, for if the critic of Kentucky by a 65 to 48 score.
in the box against any other pitcher In
was given unlimited space, the rest of
The work of the Kentucky athletes the State. The Wildcat infield is es
showed a marked improvement over pecially strong this year, and thus far
the staff could go on a vacation.
Lucy Young, class of '19 played Ethel that of the Miami meet.
has registered few errors. Centre has
Cartwright, the leading feminine role
The meet was one of the most bit many stars in football and basketball
in the play. Miss Young's costumes terly contested ever held in Kentucky. in its baseball team, including Bob Mcwere becoming, her ppise impressive, The Wildcats won first plaec in the Millan and Red Roberts. Saturday's
her lines clear and forceful. In short, first six events, and until the last three game is expected to be the best in the
her rendering of the difficult role in events, held a safe lead, but lost their season if the contentions of each side
which the educated and refined socie- chance for victory when the entries are founded on facts.
ty girl in embarrassing circumstances for the broad jump, one mile run, and
outwits a crook, accomplishes great relay race failed to show up in the BOYS' GLEE CLUB
service for the Government, wins the manner expected. During the meet
SINGS IN CHAPEL
love of the man she admires and saves Kentucky scored more first place hon
her sweet, but irresponsible sister from ors than her opponent, altho George
Assisted by Harmonious Members of
a prison cell, left nothing to be de town was always able to have a man
Other Sex, They Give Good Prosired.
finish among the point gatherers. This
gram Under Prof. Lampert's
Gay and Frazler Are Excellent.
kept her in striking distance, and when
Direction.
Gus Gay had the premier man's part the last three events were staged, she
in the play, the part of Steven Denby, forged ahead, winning most points In
The Boys' Glee Club, assisted 'by the
hero, and secret service hero at that. the meet. R. A. Owens, secretary of
Girls' Glee Club, under the direction of
He was as much at home in the part U. ot K. Y. M. C. A. was umpire and
Prof. Lamport, gave an interesting proas he would be If he were sitting In his starter.
gram in chapel Tuesday.
dining room with his feet under the
The outstanding Georgetown star
The program was as follows:
table and his face over the food. Gus, was Porter, who won first place in the
you know, has had some experience, broa'd jump, the 220 yard hurdles and "The Bridal Chorus" (Rose Maiden)
Boys' and Girls' Clubs.
both in previous Stroller plays and in second place In the
dash. He
"The Winter Song"
Boys' Club
the service theater at Camp Taylor, established a new State record in the
"The Coppah Moon
Boys' Club
yet
never
in
his
life
outdid broad jump, by making a leap of 22
The Boys' Glee Club is considering
his performance of last Saturday night. feet and 3 inches.
an invitation sent them to sing at sevlike an egg that was
Arthur Orabfelder, who. made many
eral northern Kentucky towns. Howhatched in hot water,
points for Kentucky at Miami, won
ever no definite arrangements hive
'
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(Continued from Pngo One.)

like Bluebeard must hnvo been, the
biggest grafter in Government service
between the blue of the Atlantic and
th blue of the Pacific, Emery Frazior,
one of the old regime in Stroller productions, made a very acceptable Daniel Taylor. The part fitted "Frizzy"
like an old shoe. In fact the boy is
anyway, for he served his
in the army, some of it in Texas,
time
where he was in charge of a few hundred M. P.'s Frazier's stuff got by well
and nobody neglected to accord him
a share in the honors.
Whadda You Know About This.
Lee McClain was as a critic on one
of the Lexington newspapers said:
"Lee McClain, the Michael Harringhard-boile-

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ton of the piece,
more or less useless, but beloved 'hubby' of ''Mrs. Harrington,'
met every requirement of his part and
supplied the humor of the piece in his
many witty passages with his doting,
but blase society wife. McClain's
scene of the
in the
amusing and well handled, in
play was
fact so well handled that he subjected
himself to the good natured criticism of
'a more extensive acquaintance with
the pasteboards than the exigences of
the plot suggested."
Eliza Spurrier, senior in the College
of Arts and Science, one of the most
outstanding Strollers, both for quality
and performance in plays and in University life in general, was cast in the
part of Mrs. Harrington, doting, but
debonair and blase wife of Michael
Harrington. In Saturday's "Under Cover" Miss Spurrier probably outclassed
anything that she attempted in previous Stroller plays, sharing honors
with the lead. To Miss Spurrier is
due quite a little of the credit for the
success of "Under Cover," she contributing her wealth of former experience in Stroller plays, her levelheaded intelligence in all things dramatic, her knowledge of the particular
play, and prompt cueing.
Miss Smith Has Promising Future
Margaret Smith, freshman, took to
the part of Nora Rutledge like a duck
takes to water. She put jazz and pep
into every scene in which she appear
ed. With her quickness at repartee,
her stage voice, her confidence in Margaret, and incidentally Bill, or Monty
Vaughn. By common consent of Strollers and critics, the University dramatic organization has a "bonanzo" in
Miss Smith.
Mary E. James, freshman also, was
Ethel Cartwright's sister, carrying the
stage name of Amy Cartwrlght. Miss
James had but few lines, yet she made
use of her every opportunity, handling
wtih grace and simplicity the part of
the thotless and irresponsible sister.
Deaf and dumb while she wanted to
be, dashing and loud in costume and
manner, Carlisle Chenault, another
name on the freshman roll call, played
the difficult part of Sarah Peabody.
Miss Chenault made very good in ths
part of the unwise little female crook,
who could stand everything, even to
the sound of a pistol shot, in silence,
except the mention of a certain person's name.
akcr and Rogers In the Lineup Too.
"Bill" Baker, a new but worthy
Stroller, was billed as Monty Vaughn,
one of these nervous, young things of
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the male sex that continually pulls
and caresses something on IiIb upper
Hp that would perform better service
as a too'.h brush on the inside of his
mouth than ns a mustache on the out
side. Bill Bhowed the required nervous tempernment and was the object
of his share of applause.
Duano K. Rogers, freshman and also
new but worthy Stroller, played the
part of James Duncan, second string
detective to Taylor, the suave but
crooked customs house man. Rogers
began to shine in his part with the
raising of the curtain on the first act.
Nor did his sun set until he made
his exit from the stage in the last act.
E. T. Tapscott, business manager of
the Kernel, was Duncan's running
mate. Tapscott was the fat guy of the
play, so ,he, too, was perfectly at
home, as it were. Tapscott gave his
lines in a manner all his own, getting
hearty laughs and chuckles.
Fred Augsburg and A. E. Bell played
the service parts of the play. They
interpreted the parts of Peter and
Lampert as well as professionals
could have done.
Sax and Creech Congratulated
The play was under the direction of
Carrol M. Sax, of Baltimore, with
Grover Creech, of this city, as stage
manager, Lee McClain as business
manager and Frederick M. Jackson, of
Versailles, acting in the capacity of
press agent for the show.
Mr. Creech and Mr. Sax, who coach
ed the players and who also directed
and did the major part of the paint
ing of certain of the' scenes for the
drama, have been roundly congratu
lated upon the success of every de
tail of the play.

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having been approved by his superior
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Colonel Wilson has made no state
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it is known that his high character
and clean record have led n group of
his friends to maintain for several
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Lieutenant Colonel Samuel M. Wilson, who returned last week from a
s
service in France, and
is mentioned as a probable aspirant for
the Democratic nomination for governor, will speak to the Democratic Club
of the University Monday evening, May
12, in the chapel. Colonel Wilson is
now at Camp Upton, N. J., awaiting his
discharge, which he expects about May
leave
10. While at home on a four-dato aid in the Victory Loan campaign
last week, he accepted the Invitation
of the club to be its first speaker for
the year, promising it the first open
date after his return.
Colonel Wilson, for years a leading
member of the Lexington bar, did not
wait for the accumulated aggressions
of Germany to lead his country into
war, but went in 1916 to the civilian
officers' training camp at Plattsburg.
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York men, trained and equipped for
service by his distingulhed cousin, General Franklin Bell.
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for tho first of Juno, which will ond
BACK
CROWNS WORK tho work for tho year. This will glvo WILDCATS BRING One.)
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EVANS, OF 15 CLASS
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"Wear for Young Men and Men Who Stay Young"
Hits Propps,
DELEGATE TO CAUCUS Welsslcr, 1.
Ambitious Program
1; Mlzrach, 1. Homo Run Wood 1.
Lieutenant Lynn B. EvanB, a grad Base on Balls Off Lasley, 1; off Rob- For Next Year
uato of tho class of 1915, now a mem Ins, 4.
Red Team" Busted.
The Department of Arts and Design ber of tho U. S. N. It. F of Detroit,
At Oxford, O., Friday tho Wildcats
which made its debut on the Univer has been elected a delegate to the
sity campus this year, has made great daucus of Service men, which will got rovengo for tho way tho "Big Red
Btrldes toward the aim of training stu- convene In St. Louis this week for tho Team," tho week before had spoiled
purpose of organizing the "American Kentucky's perfect record. Slomer was
dents who can servo the school.
"Tho quality of work compares very Legion," an organization to be com again given a chance to proye that his
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY
favorably with that of tho freshman posed of all men who served in tho speed and curves wero too good for
class of any other standard school," World War in tho uniform of the Miami batsmen. Ho allowed only 7
hits. Tho Wildcats secured 12 hits
says Miss Beck, head of tho depart- United States:
Lieutenant Colonel Theodore Roose from tho Miami pitcher, Fry. "Bud"
ment, who received her master's degree, majoring in Art, at Columbia Uni- velt, Jr., is chairman of tho temporary won his game by a score of 7 to 5, and
versity last year, and who came here, committee appointed to institute the had tho satisfaction of striking out
after teaching at Salem College, one Legion. All the states will bo repre nine Ohioans, allowing but one base
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Respectfully selicits the patronage of University People
Seven Errors Made By Wildcats
Carolina. Miss Beck is assisted by of men who have been in service,
when properly organized, will exert
Thomas and Brown did good work
Kiss Virginia Anderson.
The department will be removed a potent influence in this country in with the stick, each getting three hits
next year to the "Little Theater," in behalf of American ideals and Ameri out of five times at bat. Burnham got
Such
two hits, one being a
the building which was formerly the can institutions.
Lieutenant Evans was a prominent batting as "Dutch" did In the two Ohio
"Old Dorm," and will occupy the entire
reputathird floor. The woodwork of this new member of the University, while a stu- games will soon give him the
JOHN SKAIN, Manager
an attrac- dent here. He is a member of Sigma tion of being one of the Wildcats'
location will be finished in
fielding and
tive tone of grey and as much as possi- Alpha Epsilon, Lamp and Cross, and heaviest hitters. His
are also good. Sauer played
ble of the effective handicraft of Ken- Tau Beta Pi fraternities. At present,
cre- he is in charge of Enginerlng work fojJ a good game In right field, being one
tucky will be used. An exhibit of
ations from the Kentucky mountain re- the navy, covering Michigan and a part of the few Kentuckians who did not
gions is being planned and will prob- of Ohio, with headquarters in Detroit. make errors in the Miami game. Sev
ably be a reality next fall. The course He expects to finish this work and be en errors were credited to Kentucky.
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Hits Burnand Stewart, 6.
will embrace an extended( study of Art dle of June.
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Painting-whicare now supplemen- Ethel Cartwrlght
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Emery Frazler
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Lee McClain REPUBLICAN CLUB
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scenic effects, etc., and to be of great Michael Harrington
Mrs. Harrington
Eliza Spurrier
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Nora Rutledge
Margaret Smith
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Another interesting plan for next
Carlisle Chenault
best shops.
The Republican Club will hold its
year is the organization of a Poster Sarah Peabody
Club which is to be composed of stu- Amy Cartwrlght. Mary Elizabeth James second meeting Friday afternoon at
William Baker 3:30 in the University chapel. Officers
m
dents who have this year created nov- Monty Vaughn
James Duncan
Duane Rogers will be elected and plans made for the
man evcr had a better
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activities. Miss Beck plans to have Harry Gibbs
fully selected genuine
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Fred Augsburg that every Republican in school, ed or
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These attractive posters are corn- For a College Education, there are five things to be
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taken into Consideration
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1. The men
the head of the institution.
ALL THE DELICACIES OF THE
Marie Gordon. The Philosophlan So2. The scholastic standing and ability of the
ciety is offering tickets for the best
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teaching staff.
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AND PRESSING CALL
before the close of the term.
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Published overyv Thursday thruout the College year by the Btudent body
of the University of Kentucky, for the benefit of the students,
alumni and faculty of the institution.
THE KENTUCKY KERNEL U the official newspaper of the University.
It is issued with a view of furnishing to its subscribers all the college news
of Kentucky, together with a digest of items of interest concerning the
Universities of other States and Cnada.
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Lee McClain
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HYMN OF HATE

of the University after the demobilisince the
zation of the S. A. T- C, the chapel programs are all that
could be desired. 'Prominent men have addressed the students. Artists in music have sung and played. Then, on
last Tuesday, a week ago, the class in Biblical literature,
gave a very worthy interpretation of "Lamentations," under the direction of Professor E. F. Farquhar. The players and their director are to be heartily congratulated on
their performance. May the good work continue.
It is for the students and' the faculty, therefore, to
maintain the spirit of Kentucky, never to let it die. Perhaps it has come perilously near breathing its last in the
years before we came here, but now, thank the powers
take with him as much of the old spirit as he can carry,
it might reach are immeasurable. It is up to the students
and faculty to make it worth while for every senior, when
he walks off the University campus for the last time, to
take with him as much of th eold spirit as he can carry.
For students and the faculty make the University.
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By the Senior Mechanicals
and Directed by John Leman
(To the Tune of "Pretty Baby")

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Hymn of hate to tune of "Piotty
Baby," as sung by the Junior mechanicals and directed by John Leman.
Wo would like to Bee McClain with a
lily in his hand pushing daisies,
pushing daisies,
Wo would like to see old Squirrel Food
on a griddle In a "climate" hot.
ns blazes, hot as blazes.
Leo McClain, Squirrel Food, and nil the
crow, we w