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University of Kentucky
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. NOV. 2, 1916.

VOL IX
JACK, THE CAMPUS D06

ENTRIES COMING FAST

HAS LONG, LONG TALE

FOR AMATEUR CONTEST

After Being Picked Up By Strollers Offer Prizes For
a Jilted Brother, He
Best Acts Presented
Adopted Campus

A CYCLE.
Autumn and sob winds and frost,
Scarlet and gold turned brown;
Memories of love and of sweetness
lost
Drab leaves twisting down.

In Competition

NOW A LAW STUDENT NOVEMBER
The campus boasts of no more

im-

portant personage than Jack. Neither
the Commandant nor the President
'holds a higher head. The Seniors in
all their glory, with mustaches and
derbies, corduroys
and canes, are
"small skimpshun" compared to him.
Like George Washington, the
collector of subscriptions to
turkey-buyin- g
funds, Jack has the prerogative of going where he "listeth,"
and making himself at home anywhere from Judge Barker's sanctum
sanctorum to the lowly furnace room.
He is welcome everywhere everywhere except in. Dean Mulecher's German class. The D. of M. has given
up the idea of making a dachshund
out of him, and recently, when Jack
showed
sentiment by barking
in the midst of a German recitation,
the professor expelled him. Branded
as a "flunk-outin the Arts and Science Department, Jack has now entered the College of Law. He sleeps
peacefully thru Judge Chalkley's lectures and recently showed his contempt for Judge Lafferty's moot court.
The only course now left open to him
r
"Ag."
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10 IS DATE

With a list of entries which Includes
a number of old students and Freshmen who have already demonstrated
their dramatic ability or who seem to
have marked talent, it looks as if the
Strollers will have an "Amateur
Night" performance this year which
will surpass any they have ever presented. All students who are not already members of the organization
are eligible to compete for the prizes
and many with dramatic aspirations
are taking advantage of this opportunity to prove their ability to win
a prize. Two prizes of $5.00 are offered, one for the best act presented
by a single person, and the other for
the best act presented by more than
one person.

Comedians, readers,- "vodvil" stars,
actors of all kinds, musical artists or
artistes, as the case may be, should
bestir themselves and get into the
competition. As yet, the number of
musical acts entered is small, and
those who have ability in this line
should not pass up the golden opportunity. Acts of all kinds are acceptable, provided they can be passed by
the Board of Censorship. Originality
Mystery enshrouds the coming of always counts heavily in an act.
Jack. He just came. Ask any of the
Those who desire to enter should
"wise guys" of the dorm whence Jack see the stage manager of the Strollers,
came and they will grin and advise John It. Marsih, at once and turn in
you not to ask such impertinent ques- their names. Entries will not be actions or you'll find yourself laying cepted after midnight Wednesday, Noyour weight on the cannon while some vember 8. It is advised that all enSenior beats "Hail Kentucky!" with tries be turned in as soon as possible,
his cane on your west end going east. as the time is getting late. In case
Tradition tells one tale as to his there is a large number entered an
humble origin. In the wee sma' elimination contest will be held Thurshours of a cool spring morning, day, November 9, and "Amateur
after burning low the midnight elec- Night" will be held on the following
tricity, one of the Jilted Brethren night in the chapel.
went to town for a chicken pot pie.
On the way back the Jilted Brother
BARKER TOADDRESS
waB stopped by a dog, running wildly
UNION LIT. SOCIETY
down Maxwell Street and barking as
did Cerberus before Pluto had to muzPresident Barker will address the
zle him so he wouldn't keep him and
of the Union Literary SociProserpina and the rest of the base- members
ety in their society room Saturday
ment dwellers awake all night, with
night at 7:30 o'clock. Judge Barker,
his shrieks and barks and sounds unone of the charter
holy. The J. B being a believer in who is himself
members of the society, is a great bepreparedness, picked up a brick. But
liever in literary society work. He
the dog came up, wagging an amicanot only lends his influence but makes
ble tail, and rubbed up against his
money contributions to all the
new acquaintance. They were friends annual
societies. All members of the society
immediately.
and students in tho University are
Enters University.
urged to bo present Saturday night to
Jack followed his
friend
to the campus and up to the lane that hear tho address.
goes by the "Old Dorm." In the paleCLUB MEETS IN
ness of the moonlight ho could drink
CHAPEL AT NOON TODAY.
in the beauty of the Bcene. The green
benches were just tall enough to sorve
meet in
Club will
Tho
as flea removers; 'the old maple tree
was fixed just rjght for him to curl chapel toduy at noon. All men who
up against; the spring zephyrs breath- - are six feet, one inch in height or
above are requested to attend.
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TAU

BETA PI HOLD
PLEOGING EXERCISES

WILDCATS RUN OVER
CINCINNATI'S

PLAYERS

Six New Men Become Mem- 32 to 0 Score Due to Good
bers of Honorary
Work By the Team
Fraternity
As a Whole

Winter and under the snows
Green blades lie warm in the
mold.
Springtime and sunshine soon shall
disclose
New loves for the old.

The pledging exercises of the Tau
Beta Pi, the honorary fraternity of
the engineering colleges, were held in
chapel Tuesday morning. This fraternity has an excellent national
standing and to be chosen a member
'20.
is an unusual honor, as the best students are always selected. The men
pledged were:
Robert M. Davis,
Junior honor man; C. F. Lee, H. C.
KENTUCKY MAGAZINE
Smlser, W. S. Moore, E. R. Burnley
and K. C. Frye, member of the organiMAKES APPEARANCE zation.
Speeches were made at the exercises by Dean F. Paul Anderson, Dean
Miss Marguerite McLaugh- C. F. Wood and President Emeritus
lin, Journalism InstrucThe new men
James K. Patterson.
tor, Is Contributor
were seated among the students and
each old man went down from the
SUBJECT IS JUBILEE platform and pedged a new member.
The members from last year are: A.
The first issue of The Kentucky
L. Eimer, M. M. Montgomery, W. f.
Magazine, the publication which is to
Adams, E. W. Davies, J. N. Waters
present what Is best in Kentucky,
and B. S. Springer.
made its appearance this week. The
magazine, which bears the imprint of
Lexington and Louisville, treats of the CHESS PLAYERS HOLD
resources, institutions, material, morMEETING AT Y. M. C. A.
al and educational progress, the character and achievements of Kentucky
The same frost that ripens the
men and women, and tho great possi- green persimmons
and drives the
bilities of the State's future develop- grizzly to his snooze awakens the
ment.
chess playing instincts of the devoThe feature story which leads the tees of that game. So with the first
list of contributions is on "The Golden cold wave of the season the few stuJubilee of the University of Ken- dents and professors who had heard
tucky," written by Miss Marguerite the first call of tho knights and pawns
McLaughlin, assistant professor in gathered Monday at the Y. M. C. A.
the Department of Journalism. Miss rooms for an evening of play. ProMcLaughlin's story not only shows re- fessor Miller was faced by three playmarkable research .work, but it is writ- ers simultaneously and was kept busy
ten in clear, characteristic style.
walking from board to board for the
The story contains a history of the entire evening.
institution, pictures of President BarIn discussing the prospects of orJames K. ganizing a Chess Club at the Univerker, President Emeritus
Patterson, of prominent alumni and a sity, Professor Miller said that a club
birdseye view of the University.
organized here could secure players of
Miss McLaughlin has achieved an note thruout the State botih for blindenviable reputation as a Journalist, fold and simultaneous play. He also
having been a member of The Lex- pointed out that match play could be
ington Herald staff for several years arranged with tho players of other
and also having contributed to maga- colleges.
The fact that she
zines frequently.
Next Monday evening at 7:30
was chosen a contributor to The Ken- o'clock Professor Pence and Professor
tucky Magazine is an unusual honor Miller will meet all comers in simuland an evidence of her ability.
taneous play at the Y. M. C. A. reading room. Those wishing to participate should bring board and men.
STUDENTS, NOTICE!
In connection with the revival at ALPHA ZETA PLEDGING
the Hill Street Methodist Church, a
EXERCISES TOMORROW
young peoples' meeting is hold every
evening from 7 o'clock to 7:30 o'clock.
Pledging exercises of tho Alpha
Friday night has been sot aside as Zeta fraternity, tho honorary organiUniversity of Kontucky night.
zation or tho College of Agriculture,
will bo hold in chapel tomorrow morning. Short talks, setting forth tho
purpose of this fraternity, will be
The Homo Economics Club will made by Dean George Roberts, Promeet this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. fessor E. S. Good, and Professor T. P.
Evory member is urged to bo present, Bryant. Tho entire chapel hour will
as important business will come up. bo given for this purpose

NOTICE!

No. 7

''HICK" LOSES A TOOTH
Grabfelder, Kinne, Haydon,
Crutcher and Brit-tai- n

Star

The Wildcats made the Black and
Red collection look like a black and
blue distribution last Saturday. Cincinnati hasn't scored this year and
from present indications she won't.
The game was only of interest in the
performance of the Wildcats. The
sons of Cincinnatus were beaten from
the start.
Earl Grabfelder started things when
he hopped thru tackle and sped for a
touchdown on the first formation before the crowd had finished yelling
for Rodes, who had carried the ball
to the middle of the field. Then it
Cortright
Coach
was easy money.
used a multitude of substitutes. Every
boy in the school who had a football
suit and an "afternoon off" apparently got into the game. After every play
a troup of substitutes would go out
and then after the period was up the
regular, who was well rested up would
go back into the game.
'Doc" Rodes was star extraordinary.
He danced thru the Cincinnati defenders like he was on roller skates and
had his pants greased. He gained
steadily thru the line. He broke loose,
one wonderful run for ninety yards
and a supposed touchdown, but Referee Hamm got the impression that
his foot touched tho outside line and
the play did not count. His passing
was excellent. The long throws failed at first but were successful enough
to let Kentucky get long gains, three
for about thirty yards, and a short
gain or two. "Doc's" punting was also
excellent.
Then there was Brlttain at smashing half on the defense. He is the
"smashingest" smashing half in tho
business. He broke thru the lino
nearly every play and thru the CIncy
runners before got started more than
once or twice. Brittain is a bear. He
has outplayed every man he has played against this year. He had his face
banged up by Mr. Koohler during tho
first half, but got back In the game
later and did valiant work.
Kinne was last year's Kinne. Tho
little fellow with tho angelic cast or
countenance was the most sensational
player of last year. This year ho has
played a steady gamo, but until tho
Cincinnati clash ho had not pulled
any of those unexpected breath-takinwonderful stunts that made tho big
sport scribes of the great East write
Dr. Tigert for his gridiron biography
last yeur. But he Is in his old shoes
now and pulled one sensation after
another at Cincinnati. Ho dove on
fumbles, caught an unexpected for- -

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pass, carried a fumble for a
touchdown, and did brilliant defensive
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The work of Captain Crutcher was
all to the good. He made two circus
tackles and caught several of Rodes'
long forward passes. One of these
came as a surprise to the Cincinnati
bunch and Crutcher, who was away
out in front of the fighting conglomeration of players, trotted easily for a
touchdown.
Grabfelder's gaining was steady.
Haydon made several spectacular
runs, but lost on running back on several plays.

"ward

Referee Hamm, of Kenyon, penalized the Cincinnatians time and time
again but It didn't do any good.
Koehler was put out of the game in
the first half. Hickerson, the hardworking tackle of the Wildcats, had a
tooth broken in the scrape.
Dr. Tigert said all the officials had

told him that they were unsatisfied
with the play of Cortwright's men and
that Umpire McClure had stated it
was his last appearance as an official
for the University of Cincinnati. It
was called by the officials the "dir
tiest game over seen in Ohio."

MUSICIANS SILENCED
BY MINIONS OF LAW
Messrs. Harney, Irvine and Richey
narrowly escaped spending Friday
night in the jug at Cincinnati, which
proves that the people of South Cincy
appreciate midnight serenades about
as much as do the inmates of Patt
Hall. It happened in this manner:
The trio, standing on the rear platowl car at a
form of a
spot known as Knowlton's Corner,
were tuning up on that good old ballad entitled "Roll Them Bones," when
a strong-armeminion of the law,
whose breath savored of Barbarossa,
demanded silence in language worse
than strong, at the same time signifying his intention of obtaining quiet
by means of his club if necessary. The
trio was shocked, to say the least,
and somewhat inclined to argue. It
is a settled fact, however, that no one
can argue with a Cincinnati policeman, especially one of German extrac
tion. Two other strong arms drew up
about this time and they were just
settling for a flank movement on the
enemy when the car started.
That ends tho tale oxcopt that it
may bo consoling to state that the
occupants of the car sent out delegates to sympathize with tho disturb-or- s
of the peace.

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Twenty-fou- r
California high school
honor pupils in agricultural work will
visit Lexington and vicinity November S for the purpose of looking over
agricultural methods in this section.
The morning of their arrival they
will make a trip to the Kentucky AgExperiment
Station and
ricultural
after luncheon will motor thru the
farming country around Lexington.
After dinner at the Phoenix Hotel
they will leave on a night train for
Chattanooga, Tenn.
The Board of Commerce will conduct the boys on the tour of the section around Lexington. The trip,
which embraces the entire continent,
is under the supervision of the University of California, but the expenses
of each boy are paid by the community from which he comes and it is
expected to place him on a more efficient scale for the development of
agriculture in his section.

PAUL ANDERSON, JR.,
TOURNAMENT WINNER
Paul Anderson, Jr., a Sophomore in
the College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering at the University,
son of Dean F. Paul Anderson, won
the President's trophy in the Country
Club golf tourney, which closed last
Saturday.
matches
The running-uwere close, and the former champions
worked hard for victory. This is the
second season young Anderson has
won tho championship, having carried
away the trophy last year after some
vary brilliant work.

WHAT THE ENQUIRER
THINKS OF OUR CATS
huskies
"A flock of
from the BIuo Grass, who know a
few things about tho more or less
gentle art of footballing, complete
ly outclassed the University of Cln
cinnatl cloven in yesterday's game
at Carson Field. Any old timo Ken
tucky State appears on tho sched
ule it is a sure sign that something
is going to be did, and this contest
left nothing to bo desired in tho
way of excitement and brilliant ma
neuvering.
"Led by a flashy quarterback by
the name of Doc Rodes, the Ken- tuckians put up a contest that was
a revelation. The performance of
Rodes was far and away the great
est of the season at the Burnet
Woods campus, but at that ho is
not deserving of all tho glory in
the victory of the Lexington speed
merchants.
"The Red and Black was tipped
off to Rodes. They were told to
keep a very close eye on him.
Coach Cortright's squad did the
best they could, but you can believe
us that It takes something on the
order of a brick Avail to make this
gentleman of the Bourbon district slacken his speed.
We've never seen Charley Barrett,
but he must be a wonderful cuss if
he has anything on this here
Rodes."
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Prof. Farquhar, Please.
Four hundred "red heads" from In
diana, Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan and
Illinois have held their first annual
reunion at Indianapolis and organized
the Red Head League of America. The
only requirement for membership in
the league is that one must have red
hair.
PROFESSOR GREHAN ABLE TO RETURN TO UNIVERSITY.
Professor Enoch Grehan, head of
the Department of Journalism, was
able to return to the University Mon- da after a week's illness from gastritis.

P. M.

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POLITICAL DEBATE AT
THE HORACE MANN
Should wo re elect Wilson President
of tho United States? This question
will bo decided at Mio meeting of tho
Society toHoraco ,Mann Literary
night. Tho afflrmativo of tho question
will bo upheld by Oscar Schaber and
Miss Pansy Myers, while Mr. Woldon
and Miss Elizabeth McGowan will
contend for tho negative.
Last Thursday night Professor Noo
entertained tho society for an hour by
reciting his "Aphasia" and several
other poems. A large number of tho
members were present.

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In order that the program may
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FAT STOCK JUDGING
TEAM IS SELECTED
On Wednesday

morning, November
1, 1916, the Fat Stock Judging Team
to represent the University of Ken
tucky at the International Live Stock
Show at Chicago, 111., was chosen. The
places were hotly contested, and it
was only by a comparison of judging
ability, student record, and individuality, of tho contestants, that the instructors were able to reach a decision. The men selected, who will bo
given thoro training by Professors
Good and Hooper, are: J. T. Campbell, T. C. McCown, C. F. Park, Jr.,
W. D. Sutton and R. B. Rankin, with
C. L. Morgan alternate.
No details
will bo omitted in tho training of
these men, and by December 2, 191C,
they will bo ready to represent the
University of Kentucky creditably
and well. About two- weeks previous
to this time tho team will leavo for
a trip to northern cities and universities, whore they will inspect tho
stock and gain proficiency In judging.

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way back to Now York. Mr. Taylor
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Seniors To Meet Juniors
metal contractors. Before leaving on
and Sophs To
liis vacation ho prepared the estimates
Fight Fresh.
for a $20,000 contract for the sheet
metal work for the heat and ventilatInter-clasathletics will be resumed
ing system of a plant of the American
at the University this fall, and tho
Locomotive Company at Schenectady,
pent-uof three years
enthusiasm
Now York.
will break out in terrific volume Saturday afternoon, November 11, when
L. D. Evans, '15, and G. O. Kelloy,
the Seniors and Juniors will try to
'14, graduates of the College of Meoverwhelm each other and tho Fresh
chanical and Electrical Engineering,
and Sophs will attempt to wipe out
motored from Lebanon, Ky., last week
ono class.
to visit friends at the University.
A committee from the classes met
Mr. Kelly is at present Assistant
Dr. Tigert yesterday and he gave his
Manager of the Lebanon Light, Ice
approval to the movement for
and Power Company, and has charge
athletics. The Louisville-Kentuckof electrical construction and maintegame will be played Friday aftnance.
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According to the agreement made
yesterday, no one who has made a K
or who is out for foo'ball now will be
The Republican Club of the Univer- allowed to play in the games, and all
sity held a rousing meeting in the Y.
four classes will start even. The
M. C. A. rooms Thursday night with Senior and Junior class squads have
Charles Taylor presiding. The meet- already been out and a whole lot of
ing Avas well attended and much en- enthusiasm is being manifested.
thusiasm was manifested.
The club
decided to join the National RepubliDEMOCRATIC
CLUB MEETS.
can College League, making the University the first Southern institution
The Democratic Club of the Univerto affiliate itself with this organization. Literature on the coming Pres- sity held its regular weekly meeting
last night on the third floor of the
idential election was distributed.
Science Building. About sixty members were present and short speeches
ASK FOR SPECIAL
were made by Virgil Chapman and
RATES DURING
Bill Shinnick. The club has made
FARMERS' WEEK arrangements to send all its members
Special rates to Lexington to be in home to vote. Democrats who have
effect during Farmers' Week to be not received transportation should see
held at the University the first week Jesse Gregory at once.
in January, were asked for by SecreThe Student Council at Davidson
tary H. L. Burch, o the Board of
Commerce in letters which he sent College, after defining the offenses
out to the general passenger agents against the Freshmen which shall be
called hazing, proceeds to define the
of Kentucky railroads.
Associations and societies that will offense of "Provoking Hazing," as folhold conventions at the University lows: "Provoking hazing is any will
during the week are the Kentucky ful act by any Freshman towards any
contrary to the existCorn Growers, Kentucky Horticultural
for the conduct of
Society, Kentucky Beef Cattle Breed- ing traditions
ers' Association, Kentucky Dairy Cat- Freshmen on the campus, such as jibKentucky
tle Association,
Sheep ing, making slighting, objectionable rewith
Kentucky Horse Breeders, marks, treating
Breeders,
Kentucky Poultry Growers, Kentucky undue respect, otc." University facBee Keepers, Kentucky Alfalfa Grow- ulties which prohibit hazing fail to
ers and the Kentucky Home Econom- remember that in some cases it is
necessary and could be excused on the
ics Association.
The registration during Farmers' grounds of

COLLEGE LEAGUE

upper-classma- n

upper-classme- n

Week last year totaled about 1,500, an
increase over that of the previous
year. Prof. T. R. Bryant, of tho College of Agriculture- and Experiment
Station, said ho expects 2,000 farmers
here at tho 1917 meeting.

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The University
of Nevada Sagebrush in commenting editorially on
the unnual class lights, says: "Scarcely a year goos by in which serious in
jury does not rosult from these uncontrolled fights and last yoar the
campus was In suspense for Boveral
days over tho possibility of a Freshman dying because a fow Sophomores
lost their heads."
Didn't tho campus worry any over
tho fow Sophomores?

HALLOWE'EN FROLICS
ENDED IN DISORDER
Hallowe'en was celebrated fittingly
in Lexington Tuesday night, or as fittingly as is the gentle custom of the
town. Several thousand masquerad-er- s
streets
crowded the down-towand made merry and wicked until a
late hour, when all of them, except
three or four University boys went to
their sleeping quarters. These unfortunate youths were gathered in by the
police and given a berth in the Hotel
de Caboose, from which they were
later removed by friends who furnished bail. According to an ancient
and revered tradition of the people of
of Kentucky
the city, University
students were blamed with all the disorder committed. During the evening
several people were shot, but so far
no one has been able to connect either
the shooters or the shootees with the
University.
However, the Police
Judge and the members of the force
expect to trace all such cases direct
to the door of the University.
JILTED BRETHREN, NOTICEI
The Jilted Brethren will meet tonight at 10:30 o'clock at 367 South
Limestone Street.

Boys, the F. C$ S. is the only store selling the

University
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At no other time in the history of
the mess hall have there been brighter prospects for success. Scores of
students flock there every day to appease their appetites and the number is
increasing every day as the report of
the excellent board circulates. Since
Mrs. Judy has become proprietress of
the hall it has taken on a new aspect
and what was once a "call to beans"
is now a call to food that will please
the most fastidious. In order to make
the cafeteria a still greater success It
is necessary to secure the
of all the students, which it is hoped
will be in the near future.

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now and the members of our youngest class may make
themselves invisible at will.
So endeth the tale. We have endeavored to make
the enumeration as complete as possible, but of course
kindly overlooked the habits of studes who love and
cherish their corncob pipes, cigarettes and chewing
tobacco.

AGS. DECIDE WILSON
IS NEXT PRESIDENT
Society decided
The Agricultural
Monday night that Woodrow Wilson
wiil bo our next President

after one

of the most exciting debates ever hold
on the campus.

Troublo began when a Republican
committee at tho door tried to disarm
the Democrats as they entered and

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EDITORIAL STAFF.
William Shinuick
Dillard Turner
Wayne Cottlngham
J. Franklin Corn
Miss Eliza Piggott
Thomas Underwood
J. R. Marsh
Miss Mildred Graham
Eugene Elder
Herbert Schaber
Harry Cottrell
John S. Sherwood.

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EDITOR-IN-CHIE-

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Managing Editor
"Squirrel Food"
Athletic Editor
Exchange Editor
Y. W. C. A.

The Kentucky Colonel Says:
A Kentucky gentleman is temperate
in all things even In temperance,

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The farmer made hi