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The Senate of me Cumersity Of Kem Aqlitecriusel of Itlcre installing. of zi, vo-     Scott, B. .M. E. 1917, was at ·'[‘he_Col1ese of Agriculture, Univer- Wztsliiiigtoirs birthday was observeo  
tucky has adopted {L new System Of $;.l.§()llrE] tlrélllfllllb school 101* tenchors caller at B¥€Ch2ll11($Z1l Hull recently. olly of Ixélllutéliy, Lldll10ll1Sh€S lhilli ll; at the Unjyoysity gf Kentucky, `Vjth_‘,‘;£§€ {£ 
grading [md grouping of Students with in t ie ll;1\?lS1t§' of Kentucky, especial M-r. scott, since graduating, has been 1S at compurzitively easy matter to as- mH,H5m___, exercises addresses in cllapeiéggj   
Special x_pMh_ClMmS for graduation interest is ielt in the comcrence held with the Bnitnlo Forge Company, But- ccertoin what percentage of corn will _' " ’ " g __,.~»~·>si€fQ}j¥;?¥  `
and Special commencement honors. hist week in philadelphia. attended .by [uio, N. Y. Mr. Scott let: for Camp grow when planted. Probably it will by Lloutommt ’P¤~¤1 » P€¤f<>¤s1»,; -o¥`_.;*?Q§ 
The sy5Lem_ which the Carnegie 1¤¤¤¤¤*¤t¤¤·6l·S and eouoorors at which TiiY101’, F€lJ1`l12l1`Y 25th. HG is lll the tulie Z1. hillf h0ul' but the main point France, Zllld H. W. McChesney,  
foundation HWFOVQS) has only 5 grades, nlans lfor vocational training were dis- first call of the selective draft. is ito get 21 1‘el>reSe11tutiVe l sample tion Director of Camp Zachary  
A, B, 0, D and lc. D, which hereio— °“*“€‘· _ T· G· Taylor. B. M E 1916, who “'1u"h may redone best by gomg over lor, luncheon at 1 dclock at the  
— {Om has meant a Condition, DOW The use or public schoolslall summer went with the Buffalo Forge Company. the wm, tokmg 5 or 6 grams from Phoenix ond n military boil in the eve-_ rr 
means a_ poor p8_SS_ The HG"; Syrstgm HS C€1'lt€l`S IDF 1IlS[I‘l1C[1OI1 111 rood (1011- gfljgy graduating, ]_·g(;gjvg(]_ g_ cgnllnjg- 92lCh 40 OI` 50 BZIYS DlCk€d UD at I`&Il· _ _ h ` 7 {4 
yvhich bgcgnlgs glfgctjvg after Jung, S€}I`VHt]OH \V3.S looked OI]. \V1th fl1VO1` Sign as fjygt ]iguf‘gng_u[;’ jnf3_]]_[ry’ in {hg dO1ll,'01' SIJGH   OI`   €lll'S fI°OH1 VZ].I`i· nlug In t B a1m0r5' _   l j.}:
1918, gives credit hours Whose Value and because of the greg? demand for Sgcmld Omcarsy tmmmg Camp, and is ous ports of tho ]ot_ Mix {hg com Preceding the celebration in chapel  
in points are as follows; army clothes and domestic dress man- now lgqgtgd or Camp Dix, th01t0¤ShlY Hild 00lmt 100 grams- Také Friday morning the battalion of ca.-  
A—Exceptio1ially high quality, val- }1e¤¤¤·¤g vmblems oducouonal wolk Herman \VO1`S11EL1ll, B. M. E`. 1916, &}°‘e°e ef heavy Cloth abou? H' foot dets held its first public ceremony for  
ucd at three points in c1otl1 cratt shops was discussed. recent] S Q t a fc da . Lexi _ wide, twice as long and wet 1t. Lay .’ ·  
' . The conference visited the muni- y D H W ys In ug iz th ' ' tl t th 191S’ when as Uoscort or the colors.,  
B—Good, valued at two points} cred- _ ton. Mr. Worsham is with the Car- Ou o grams In ro ooo er so at . .    
it. tion factory at Bethlehem, Pennsyl- rim Engineering Corpommm Of New they do not touch each other. Then It received the Hag f¤‘¤m P¤'€Bid€¤t‘* _1__ T  
C__Fah,’ valued at one point credit` ;’;lI`;é1{¤;’11§Y;\VgYk for the gggernment York City, whew he went immediately fol? the' sgleskot the cloth Over and MCVGY, the entire battalion of five  
D__P00r’ but passing, awed at no o e y women. e resu _ . . .` , _ . ._ ro up. oa in water for a, few com anie, ·th th b ·  
points, credit V Showed that thg Women produced more after finishing his \¥01k ln the Um hours, wrap in a Sack or towel and D S Wl 6 and and S1g]18,]. __  
E_Fai1urB· valued at no points, pieces hour for hour than men €m_ versity. · put in a warm place. See that the corps,. escorting the flag to chapel. i»1·  
credit- · _ Noyes, and because Of the Success with W. ·T. §erpente;,1B. M. E. 19·18,_ is grains do not dry out and in 6 days Entering chapel the band played the  
Following are the Commencement which women have taken up the new 2§“im;uO1` ;§ug'~2&Sto;;r;§l€iom§u&:$5;§; on tho good grains will gpygut and Marseillaise, in honor of Li'enteng,¤t,`   ·;_  
honors to be granted graduates who vocation a mzrtron has been procured M&_OrJCar Enter em-amd tig United een be Counted, If the corn does not P€1`1g0I‘d, who referred to Washing-   _    
dg (ggrtgjn accredited work; for them and also o' forowolmolr A S+a1€S Sgrgica as a Volunteer in the SDI`0llt ill this test il', will DOI; SpI‘0l1f, ton `&$ thi? "10gica1 ]€&dG1' of thg — `  
1`__Stud€ntS are graduated nvvith lunch and rest room has been installed. S auisn-American Wyar in the Summer in the ground, Anotlrer way of test- World" because rather of his purity of ~ ` ‘ Y
High Distinctionx, who attain a smnd_ All the women IH the community have O? ,98 Wh he as mustered out mg is to procure o_ box of earth or mind and purpose more than his mill- ‘~    
mg for the course Of 2 3_8 pOmtS_ been employed and the problem now _ ,99-11 h El th W _ _ f Sand and plant rho 100 grains in this, tary achievements or stzitesmanship, " ‘ — 1 '
2,--Students are graduated *‘Witn   glziugg gogsuig For they new Ones  d lieiteiant eggyittfgsgggrgd SE; Keep moist and in e warm place. The service neg of the University. _   `
Distinction" who attain e standing of r ug m" COmm_y,S Scrviéa as a Ship,S drafts 1;*** Golltaining 476 stars, was given to lSh9` r"`o 
2 1-8 points. . . · FIFTY—MINUTE PERIOD IS U11iV€1‘SilZY bY the Home Economics .¤ Fx?
M g_—snuier.ts_ ere gi-eauerea with UNIVERSITY STUDYING fgazggs3°g?;h?;iyS‘§§fv}C9y5 has hem RECOMMENDED Fog 1913-19 Department, and was uururied at the g, 
·Spec1a1Ment1on who attain at stand- CONSERVATION OF FOOD W K Th H _ — Washington birthday services, The ·  
mg ot two points and are recommend- —;—— · _ ·_ _omeS* o _rooen_t_oa B1 at Recommendations to the members CBUWY Sm? is of gold, to commemorate  
,‘ Gd by the department concerned for Food conservators of the University the EJDITEESSY Uwuue _rrej1m;§14h}S of the University oi Kentucky Senate "Ti¤y" Smith, a student of the College   .’·‘  
i especially good work, · U of ·K€l1tHC1{Y are receiving information Soren eil e re mverciuy U; d_ in to be eonsidered at the next meeting of Law, who was washed off an Ameri- i ,·}{Y¥
This means that a, student making daily from Washington in which are re sop omore year, on wen lreo Y include as follows; Can destroyer last September. .    
V an annual average of A thru his col- many startling facts concerning con- Wlru the Packard Motor Cor Com` "No student shall be permitted to - —    
NSG C3l‘€<·>1‘ will 1‘€C€iV<-3 the fi1‘Sl3 h0¤01‘. sumption in this country and espc- Doom Detroio He entered leter rho enter 2. class of the University later UNITED STATES BEAR   :;*4
It his average is B, he will receive the ‘oio]]y in oomporjsoo with mol; of other employ or rue Remy E¤g¤¤€€¤¤g than 2 weeks after 1‘egiSt1’Hti011 685% PART OF UNIFORM COST ' V
second honor. A student i11 the Uni- oourrtrios L21b01‘&1t’JYi€S of that city. HB IIELS P8- Without Special permission of the head · . 2
~ versity prior to June, 1918, to be eligi- Thg United States cousunles an cently invented a. mechanical relay f th d _t t d Th. r.· ,  
' ble for honors must have inet the for- ave]-ago Og 3 pounds Og meat 3_ Week for Hzirley-Davidson. generators. Mr. gum eappfgrgil 1;;; i?)DC2;;;g`i¤g gi thm? rsugrgofgmsters Department qf ` ~
IDSF l'€qUil`€1'Il€11tS fOI` hOI1OI`S fOI` tllllt pg]- Capita, yvhilg [hg Gg]·1]];lH ggts only Th0H1?1$ is Cutering the Service in T-he Courses Cai€dI11(.lCCHptt(;1i§)1SIj*§rHliIy gas gommuul- __,· ,
V port or his Course token before the me—hulE pound The Ameriequ ooo- Aviation Section of the U. S. Army. UBG .` . . { · · oy en, C0m· E?
_ S ~ · · < l gmnmg with September. 1918. mandanr or Universit or K t k  
I V now T`UhY"! ` b 7 ;`;:;,;ry·;·r;¤ five times gg ygqggh fgg gg Trevrv `Rrnmnven . snnllnmnrn engl- use ,:.:1v .r.u~¤·.l¤ small 1~¤·. 4.1 · A o ,· .· .   ~ on uc y, ‘
rt is the iuteuooo of the Uuiversuy the Germain The United States Gov neerino studentiinlihe ··= ' ‘ J mr {mer yummy www W- o Y nw m`6m;e°iOH“ruerommrnrosw oE"i_°· ’·  
_ · . . - V g .- mrms M1917. ~Fn—st hour-S;00-8:50. t 9 V - ·c  
gzarlugEr;F;;;g;rg?;{1$;;C€§11§;gtSzig; ernnienl; has dong Some exporimomol was at recent viisitor at Méchfmical "Seco11<1 hour—8:57-9245. iggpairhgrllrggeiigtl(:§i;c?c?1rs?f']l1‘;·1;§;)i§11;1é-   `III er;
` S l"01‘k with at squad of soldiers to whom Hall Mr Bromagen received com- MTMN1 hom. 9.54 10.44   st
here   for fl? tooo Ctoursoo otttomod it gave 20% below usual food require- mission of second lieutenant in the Mpourth g,Our..10;51_11;41_ tG(;,I;;SF;I_,;h;BU;;:€rS1;y' .1ThBkQuar —  
as on mg o Wo Dom S or more ments. second otiicers’ training camp, and ··Fmh hoo1—..11;4g-1g;3g_ uniforms in Jzhamsgd rgtagi ihtha  
After 6 months it was shown that is now located at Camp Shelby. Ugixth h0uI·_1·4O_2.g0 . . em » __ ·.`~  
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UNIg§€‘gégYA§  t·uer;JVaSd¥Ur   (rB§i`€¤SG ff body M. Bowers Smith, recent caller at "Seventh hour——2:37-3:27. moans that all unifgmiggnsgcggt Shogi? .  
· were- im Lon mom in GVBIJ Othél the University, wais zi student 111 the "Drill und chapel shall be held at fuyuishgd under thess conditi t—-·  
. _·*·— way were better than before, and that C H X.; »h·»   —,_-1 -· · . Ons o ,  
_ _ o ege of l ec nnioal an Electiical the nfth hour. members will tb h ;~
The VVOlll?1I`l’S Committee for the in C G fin C » .· ·_ .., . _. ,_ , ,, . · no ocomet eproperty _ gg
C ,1 f t_ as O Hess Or ~u¤h SGUQUS (115 inngineeiing, IIOIII .t906 to 1909, leav- A credit represents one hour of of the institution but must be avau_ -  
°““°l 0 Na mmu DBYOHSG mt at eases as typhoid wd nueumvnm mms ni here in his ·uniei· ern and ein recitation or - - . “  
Washington Frida`, 20 _md mmm- { k _ r 1 ` __ U g J y g 8 two h0l1I’S of 1f1b0!`3·t01’Y able for ISSUE the following year. · » »
’ ·’ " ‘ _ o t e Sriuau S=1CC~mlb‘€’d whim 0¤¤€¥` into the automobile business. At work at week for one semester. Draw- _ `_  
mously Voted to Suuourt the Doparb moo died- present, Mr. Smith is a landsinan for x ing shop work gvnmasium military 2
` ment Of Agriculture in its food com The root that ro requires 10 Pounds Qumrterinaster Aviation in the U S science and olgher courses yrequiring PROE M°NEAL JAMES ‘  
¤€1`V¤·li0H Dl`0g1‘H1ll- Thé lJ1`0b1€111 of of grain to produce 1 pound of animal L V o ·. . · . ’ . r- r x ’- . - — IN UNIVERSITY SERVICE. e  
women in [Mm labor was considgmd mt in bmi and that Cows; poultry and griggisiilld is located at (heat Lakes. Q? gotggiluleg glepoaxgtgogdire reckoned M ·`P· V
at léllgth but 110 7J.CtlOll WHS t€lk€l1 lll Digg utjhzg food gugyq 3_([v3;l{gg(3gu5}y TIIG council is Gxpectéd to adopt NICNBE'1 James' graduate of Illinois o · ` _,
me mm" "'“Sb*`°“g*““““"““°°“f“""C"· Miss Sweeney Arrsups these mconrniemntions at its next Emi N°"”a‘d U¤“€*S“>’· who he ~ — .  
A (;()nf9re3]](;(5 Of Stgtg hgmg gggym- ,___ _  . Ben aprointe DTOYBSSOT of agricurr i "  
mics directors for the Food Adminis— GEOLOGY IS ADDED T0 N. Y. FOOD CONFERENCE. meeting film} education, under the Smith. ‘ » M
tration was held at the same time in —·*·— Hl1gh6S act arrived in Lexin {mi S T.
Washington and one of the two speak- ` A wer food conference was held at " Mo¤oaY» February 25. to take up his r ’  
ers on that occasion was Professor A Course of Ggologv has bG€]lint1.0_ Columbia University Saturday, Feb- IS BORAI-PS PRIVATE outree ,    
Mary E. Sweeney, director of food nd- duced mm the Depémzmgnt Of Civil runry 23, by the alumnae of the in- SECRETARY- Professor Jemes received li d€Si`€9 ;r
ministretion in Kentucky. Miss Swee- Engineering that Should 1),.0,,9 Of Sp€_ stitution, many of whom crossed the _ ‘ i of Bachelor or Soieuoe in Agrrculturaf Y -;  
ney discussed the problems of the Cm! Value OH account Of the rich mm_ continent to attend the meeting. From MISS Ruby F1€¤¤¤¤» Arre oro and an A· B- U1 g€¤€I`¤l SGlGH06 from · ,`
South in conserving food_ Oral and Oil resources Of this State tho 48 States 1-opurts were Aruade SCIGPCG gY¤dl1i1t@ of the UHIVGYSICY the University of Illinois in 19()9_ HB _` J)  
V It was ehowu at beth oourereuoes The civil engineer groduotiog hgyg; WhiGh covered WH food work being of I"omu°1$y· 1910· has token o Posr was head of the Department of Agri· j ‘_ j  
that at the present progress of com Hfterfrom the Umvérsitvof Kentucky, done in each Bmw The Object of {1011 as private secretary to Senator cultural Education, store N0yma]`.V· _— J
sumption, the American people will Wm ham a Working `knowledge Of the conference was to und the world Bomh of Idahe MISS F1¤¤¤¤··.=WaS_¤¤ School- Vaugy City, NOYU1 D&k0t&,_-·  
have to endure 2 wheotless months geology that Wm be a Fqcful Element need ond to outline a policy which honor graduate and has been tooohmg from 19o9‘1916· and has b<%€11 3 001111tY» ,
unless they conform to the mquiI,€_ in his training The Cgilrse adopted would meet its 1,€qui1,€m€HtS· with marked success since leaving the agent for the lest two years, ` ‘ g_ · ·
ments of 12 wheat morris ood 9 Whom. is as fOuOWS_ ' Conditions govgmmg Wal, food my rmVerS1rY· Last Year She went to ;  .
les meals every three weeko The Three hours a week, running tivities in Kentucky were reported to ;;1i1S1g1;1§tg;€nfiE€r§O];fE`IiLm€§§{York CAPT· WRIGHT’S LETTERS · _  
jimrk Sltuooolr beoo“So_ or Sore ef through junior year, substituted for the conference by Professor Mary E. when the poéimm with Séugm; Boaz]; ARE WIDELY REPUBLISHED. ` o  
tizgryxvgolviigno uoiudohruruug recur three hours auweek et present devoted Sweeney, Home Economics Depart- was given to her C —·;·· _ _ ` ‘·
v S ‘ · I`€D0Y G S€r1OuS· to ggugygl Q egtyicgl g;]gjug€rjng_ 11191)]., U1ll\’€1`Slty OI IKEHUJCKY. I ' aptain F·   Vvrighto Whose 1Btt€YB -_  
— The Junior course in Elegtrjcgl En- —-—-—-— have Supplied Such interesting matter o'   or
SEED CORN T0 PRESENT gmegmlg for civil Gngiuggrs is SPECIAL FEATURES IN FJQETEEN FELLOWSHIPS for newspapers of the State, is an Arts ~ _ . If
· PROBLEMS IN KENTUCKY. changed from at tive-hour e week to ri SUMMER SESSION COURSE OPEN T0 GRADUATES- alld SCIBHCG graduate of the Univer? .{i_,;j;
——~·— two-houraweek recitation and lect11·e l . Slty of Kentucky Siuoe going to ‘  
' In Central Kentucky fill'lllGl`S who subject, and the work in bridge design Flftcgn gmdurm fellowships are France he has Written to Old friends ` or
have had to buy seed corn hitherto shortened one afternoon eee}; week, Plums f01` W6 S‘·lmm01‘ Session of Ouon to Students who d€$¤`?*°12¤¤‘S¤€ at the University and is making all A °  
have been accustomed to buying Boone with an afternoon period i11 electrical the Uuiversity of K€¤t¤¤¤1‘<>¤-¤1‘di¤¤*i<>¤ ¤f ¤¤¤1‘S¤ with l°“YS €‘¥’“‘”“*`“l ‘“"" °“"°““’d t° ‘€‘°‘°h ‘?“"“°a“°“· has *"*‘”* "’id°‘>’ *°Pub·   liv
tained from sections where these va- ernment in the senior your. A course rhoee ¤ff¤¤‘€<1 ru 1‘=>s¤1=¤‘ Sessions or H hmlmd Humber of hOuYS’ not more hshed throughout the °0untI'Y~ U V ` 2
Tl€l.l€S GPG HHH! gl'U\Vll, ElCC()l'di]]g' t() ju Engjnggyjng G€O]()gy has been Sub. the `UHiV€I'Sity· than   oooh \V€€k'   ` Q
authorities otlthe College of Agricul- stituted for American Government for SDGGUII Y6?-lUl1`GS llhilli €11‘€ being D1`0· lAP.DhCat1OuS Shmflq be made tr the FORMER GRADUATE HONORED* ` / Z-,
ture, University of Kentucky. one-halt the second semester for . vided ure lectures on tl1e war; at coin- 'csoumrr of tha Grauuate Commmee W ° .  
St. Charles, Roper Corn, Hickory seniors, munity song week; lectures on do- Lmverslty Cf Kemuckr Honorable Douglas Felix, of Hin`? r = ·‘°·‘*
King, Tenessee Red Cob, Little Red There has also bee11 adopted at 1119SUG`1'€13ti0¤S 01` Ulf? 01`di1l211`V GVGFY- · f0rd‘ Ky" a' gmduoto of tho deport`    
Cob, Little \Villis, Red Cob \Vi1lis,Gar— course in Business Economics for all (MY IGS?} 1`€}1lU011S of U18 -CiUZG11; 21. BACK ON A WEEKIS FURLOUGH ment of Arts and Science Universitat ` ,`A· _ 
rett Corn, Huflineu Corn, and Albe— Senior engineers, two hours gi week Shakespeare week and round table C t -, E1 , , Of KenteCk¥'&laS been commissiooeo  
mario Prolific will grow in this Stnte. throughout the year. In order to in- OH €dl1Ci1li011¤1 Sl1l¤j€Ct5· 7 ;1D,mJT (Ford 1M' MCCOY Of Camp Cepgam m tra Judge Advoootor Gen` il    
, Sli- Ch¤1‘1€S, H10k01‘Y King and A1be~ trodnee this eourso jr was nocosswy Inquiries about ,11 . me muy oy ou a ummis of thé Col- erols office in Washington, to which    
. . , _ _ ‘ ·· 0 $@551011 Should 1er*e·0E Arts and Science Uni e ‘t h · ~?‘ .
_ rnzirle will grow anywhere lll ken- to shorten €H§1X19G1‘1Ilg'd€Slg'll subjects bg .oireo·erl to the Rewsp 5 h ° ’ V rsl y B was appointed as mst uoutoomur ~ ¤
tucky’ Huffman in the Southem lmm for the Senior engineers, two hours UmvOrSi;y‘ The qéqqios-ii Jagns JE Z of Kentucky, returned to Lexington Since entering the Judge Advocate J  
end Little Willis in western Kentucky. zz week. 17 and closes June   P H I on 3 furlough tha week of February Genamys Omce he has rendered im? ~ ·  
2 · · 18. [   portant decisions on legal points. "`j Y   T"