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The Kentucky Kernel
VOL. XI.

VOTES FOR

COMMISSION

$8,000,000
HEEDS

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KENTUCKY'S MASCOT
LEXINGTON.

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TO MEET THE

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UNIVERSITY

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Report of Commission Made
Last Public Saturday
Afternoon
MORROW PLEDGES AID

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GOVERNOR SPEAKS

Business Men Entertain;
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Circle Helps

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Commissions Are Presented
to Officers and Sponsors
By President McVey.

Harry Layman Wins Individual Drill Prize of $5

The expenditure of 18,000,000 In the
next half a dozen years for additions
to the University for buildings and
equipment, 4s recommended by the
University of Kentucky Commission
which returned at noon Saturday from
a weeks inspection of Universities of
the Central West. The Commission
also suggested on Increase of $300,000,
annually, for the Increasing needs of
the growing conditions at the University.
The report of the Commission was
made public Saturday afternloon following a luncheon at the LaFayette
Hotel given by the Lexington Board
of Commerce, the Rotary Club, Kiwa-nl-s
Club, Pyramid Club and Lions
Club, in honor of the Commission.
More than 200 business and professional' men were aJsembled for the
luncheon and the report of the Commission, which continued until nearly
4 o'clock in the afternoon.
As members of the Commission expressed their views and attitude toward the work of this University, the
ambitions of the students, ithelr enterprise and accomplishments, a prospect
for legislation for a sum necessary to
meet (the needs of the University for
new equipment and buildings seemed
brighter. After short talks made by
members of the Commission, in which
they paid high tributes to the student
body of the University, to its president, Dr. Frank L. McVey, to the faculty of the Institution and to the exceptional work of the students, Governor
Edwin P. Morrow was asked to address the meeting. His speech was
impressive and painfully true. He declared that Kentucky has been "patching up" things for too long, thalt she is
backward in educational work, in the
construction of her roads, and public
institutions saying that "outside our
men and women and natural resources
that God' has given us we are one of
the most backward States in the Union." Governor Morrow Joined with
the other speakers in the Commission
and pledged his efforts to do all that
reasonably can be done to help the
University of Kentucky.
After the addresss by Governor
Morrow, Dr. McVey, whom every member of the Commission praised as being an executive, second to none at
siany of the large institutions ylsited,
made a short talk, expressing his gratitude and appreciation tio Che business
men of the city for making the meeting possible and to the members of
the Commission for their time and
attitude toward the
their
project for the betiterment of the University.
The Commission was very favorably
impressed with the spirit and enthusiasm of the student body and their
Interest in the Institution and expressed their appreciation of the warm
welcome given them by the students
of the University. A great deal of
Circle for their
credit is due the
work and management of the

A Company of the University Battalion of Cadets was the winner of
the Field Day Competitive Drill prize,
offered by the University, between A,
B, nnd C Companies, on Stoll Field,
Monday afternoon, May 23. Harry
Layman, a cadet in C Company won
the prize of $5 offered to the best individual cadet in the battalion. The
prize awarded the winning company
was $G5 which was presented by Gov..
Edwin P. Morrow to Captain Gerald
GiUffln, of A Company.
The ceremonies preceeding the drill
were attractive and Impressive. The
battalion was led into the field by the
University Cadet Band and marched
to the center of the field standing at
attention at the command of the cadet
major. Then the officers of the companies and the sponsors of each comr
pany marched forward and received
their cbmmissions which were presented by President McVey. The officers
and sponsors who received commissions were: Major Hesndon Evans
and Mary Elizabeth Downing, Adju
tant G. H. B. Davis, Captains, Gerald
Griffin, Katherlne
Conroy, N. R.
Hutcherson, Mande Miller Woods, Silas
Nelson, Mary Peterson, E. C. Sidebot-tom- ,
Margaret Smith, J. H. Enlow and
N. G. Baumgarten; Lieutenants, E. A.
Sams, Mary Swennney, C. D. Hunter,
Elizabeth Kimbrough, J. C. Swearin-gen- ,
Frances DeLong, W. A. Anderson,
Minnie iMae Robinson, H. M. Clay,
Alfa Miller, Ed Gregg, Mary Colven,
Dan Baugh, T. H. Hagan, J. H. Sallee,
W. G. Blades, O. K. BenneStt, Douglas
Little, J. E, Wilkins and Gutflierie
Duvall.
Following the presentation of commissions the battalion marched In parade and off the field and the cadets
who were entered In the Individual
drill took their places for the competition. Imfediately after the individual
drill, the cofpanies, each in turn returned to thet field for the company
competition drill. The commands were
given to each captain by Colonel Morrow and then the captain gave the
command to his company. Each company was drilled separately, only one
company being on the field at a time.
The Judges, General Roger Williams;
Colonel Charles Morrow and Colonel
Whitehead graded each company by
points. During the interim preceeding the announcement of the decision
of the Judges a Butts Manual exercise was given by an especially selected company of cadets.
Following, the three companies
marched back to the field for the presentation of the reward to the best
company. A Company was called forward and Governor Morrow, after a
short complimentary talk, presented
Captain Griffin of A Company with the
prize. A Company then left the field
and marched back in to take part in
the final review. The program of the
afternoon ended by the passtag in review of the battalion.

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CHI DANCE POSTPONED

The Chi Omega dance, which was to
have been Friday night, .May 20, at
the Phoenix Hotel, has been postponed
to a later date because of the death
of Henry G. Herring, father of Kather-In- e
Herring, who is a member of the
active chapter.
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The above is a picture of one of the wild cats owned by Mr. R. S. Webb, Jr., manager of the Mammoth Garage.
The cats are one and two years old and the one shown here was trapped in Texas; the other one in the mountains
of Kentucky. They are to be kept as mascots for the Wildcats of the University.

LAST MATINEE PROGRAM THURSDAY

SENIORS ENTERTAINED WILDCATS LOSE JINK
AT DEAN BOYD'S HOME
In the home of Dean and Mrs. P. P,
Boyd, Saturday evening, May 21, at an
informal party, the seniors of the Col
lege of Arts and Sciences forgot their
traditional dignity, laid aside the burden of their four years accumulation
of knowledge and enjoyed an evening
fun and entertainof
ment.
The party began at 8:00 o'clock with
the reception of the guests by Dean
and Mrs. Boyd, who, at once, by their
genial manners made it known that
a real good time was to be had, unhampered by senior dignity or formality. There were games, refreshments and interesting conversations.
Each guest went away Reeling that this
was one of the pleasant occasions
worthy a place among the memories
of the last weeks at their Alma Mater
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Score Is 58 All, In

Inter-Collegia- te

Contests Clare
Is High Man.

In the closest and most exciting
track meet ever held in the state the
Wildcat track team battled to a tie
with the Centre College outfit In the
intercollegiate meet held at George
town. Saturday. May 21. The com
peting colleges were; the University
of Kentucky, Georgetown, lOentre,
Borea and Wesleyan.
Clare, captain of the Wildcat squad,
field events and it was only after a
meet making a total of 21 points. In
the flrat events of the afternoon, Kentucky forged to the front but the lead
was soon overcome by Centtre in the
field events and it was onlp after a
miosft spectacular finish that the Kentucky team was ablo to tie the 68
point total made by Centre. Georgetown made a total of 19 points and
Berea was able tio run in the money in
two events.
The Wildcats iwere handicapped by
the loss of- Hayden in the Javelin throw
and the illnees of Thornton and Snyder
which prevented the team from maintaining a safe lead. Dtie summary
follows:
Dash of 100 yards Clare, Kentucky,
first; Murphy, Centre, Becond; Nantz,
Kentucky, third. Time :10.
Dash 220 yards Clare, Kentucky,
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AND WALLOP BEARCATS

Cooper's Steady Hurling
ancl Wildcats' Heavy Hitting Wins The Game
SCORE IS 8 TO 2
rrhe .Wildcats played 'bail In big lea
gue style at Cincinnati Saturday on
Carson Field and had no trouble in
trouncing the Bearcats by the score
8 to 2. Coach Gill sent in Cooper, his
hurling ace in the attempt to break up
the losing strak of six games and stop
the Bearcats who have been going at
a fast gait. Cooper Justified the ascer-tio- n
that he is a hot weather pitcher
and worked in great style, setting the
Bearcats down in fast order with only
five hits, only two of which were clean.
Coach Chambers nominated Roth, who
shut out the Wildcats In Lexington
with one hit, for his hurling selection
but the Cats were in a hitting mood
and drove Roth from the mound in less
than three innings and pounded Sam
my Sefltz, star Bearcat hurler, unmer
cifully, for a total of 18 hits, including
three homers and two triples.
In the field the boys played by far
their best game of the season, erring
only on hard chances and making some
great stops and chances. Beam robbed Coons of an extra bjase hit In the
sixth when he made a great stop of his
hard liner. Brown (took all kinds of
Propps, Slom-e- r
hard throws at flrst-an- d
and Muth played sterling ball in
the infield.
According to the ground rules a ball
in the left field bleachers was a home
run. The Cincinnati boys have hit a
dozen up there this year and Coach
Chambers figured it would be easy for
them as our boys hit weakly against
Roth down here.
Propps started the game with a
slashing triple to center but was out
at home on perfect throws by Irwin
and Ooons ito Sharpe. Our boys scor-'etwo in the third for the Ice breaker
on Grtegg's single, Jones' sacrifice and
sucoessive dingles by Propps, Brown
and Beam, Gregg and Propps scoring.
Another was njde in the sixth on
Muth's single, a pass to Cooper and
Jones' timely blow to center.
When Brown came to the bat In the
Beventh he hit the first ball pitched for
a Kong foul that Just missed the bleachers for a home rum Brockman ran
out to tell Seltz what to thow and
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The presentation of the
play,
"Hunger;" at the Little Theatre, next
Thursday afternoon, by the Dramatic
Production Class, under the direction
of Professor Mikesell, will mark the
close of the matinee season. The play
will be presented by five girls of the
class, Jessie Dodd, Margaret Cole,
Nancy Anderson, Margaret Garnett
and Katie Gatewood.
Professor Mike-sel- l
announced the name and cast of
the play at the Little Theatre matinee
tea, last Thursday afternoon and said
he thinks it is very fitting and proper
to close the season with the play,
"Hunger," for it is to be hoped that
it will create a greater "hunger for
dramatics" for next year. The play
will begin at 4:00 o'clock and everyone
Is invited to attend.
one-ac-

STROLLERS
OFFICERS

ELECT NEW
FOR

1921-2-

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Neither Director Nor Stage
Manager May Play in
Productions.
The election of officers of the Strol
lers for the year 1921-2was the most
Important feature of a meeting of that
organization held in the, Stroller room,
Friday afternoon, May 20. John Burks,
Bowling Green, was elected director
of the organization; George Rouse,
Midway, stage manager; Burton
Mt. Sterling, business manager,
and Kitty Conroy? Mt. Sterling, secretary.
According to the new constitution
which was adopted at the meeting,
placthe offices have been
ing a director at the head of the organization, with supreme power over
tryouts, selection of the cast, rehearsals and all the business of the club.
The stage manager will have control
of all properties, the entire setting of
the stage and will have the privilege
of appointing his own assistants. The
office of secretary-treasure- r
has been
merged into a single office known as
business manager, who will have
charge of all the business and financial
part of the organization. The duties
of the secretary will consist of keep-lua record of all meetings, a history
of the organization and preserving
various press notices which will be of
interest to the club.
The constitution further provides
that neither the director nor the stage
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The Honorary Home Economics sorority entertained with an informal tea,
Saturday afternoon, at tho Practice
House in honor of their pledges. Those
who have recently received the badge
of lavender and pink are: Elizabeth,
King, Bernice McClure, Fannie Heller,
Mary Burrler and Pearl Morgan.

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WILDCAT HIT.TING
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THE
inn linger will be allowed to take a part
AD R. H. Pet
Duos to the Alumni Association, $2 a year, Include subscription
in tho annual production of the Strol- Ream
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The ofnclnl publication or tho Rtutient
to The Kernel nnd the Alumni Directory.
Addresa Herbert Graham.
lers' iiy. This prbvlston vm made In
Hio Atumnl Jioclitlon of tho University
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Cooper
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University of Kentucky, Lexington
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order that tho two managers would be
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left frco to dovato their entire tlmo Slomer
Tho Carrier Engineering Corporation and chief engineer of tho Carrier Engl-I- to tho production of tho play. Tho
Propps
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for th
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The
whoso employ are many University ncorlng Corporation, 750 Frcllnghuson,
lltorlal policy of tho paper; tho Mnnafelnic
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also states' that a girl will Brown
editor for the news poller.
of Kentucky engineering graduates, avenue, Trenton, N. J.
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not bo permitted to occupy tho offices Williams
havo changed their business offlce to
janies Talbott Madison is with the of director, stage manager or business Rldgoway
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36
Untorel ni second clans matter at the 750 Frollnghuyscn avenue, Trenton, N.
Department of Stato Roads and High-J- . manager.
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Muth
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poHtofflce, LexInRton, Kentucky.
Their sales offlce, however, Is still ways, Frankfort, Ky.
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The constitution contains the clause Baugh
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n Copy located at 39 Cortland t street, Now
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Charles AlfrC(1 Mahan ,g wlth the that students who try out for the Gregg
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i2xpermont station of tho University Stroller organization, and being ac- Jones
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Harry S. Cannon, '09, having re- 0f Kentucky, as the Stato Leader of cepted by tho organization, aro not McKInney
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colved his Ph. D. at John Hopkins Agricultural
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Maddox
Residence, Strollers. They will bo termed
Extension.
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University, June, 1920, is now teach- 713 East Main street, Lexington, Ky.
GERALD GRIFFIN, '23
and will bo eligible to try for
nnd 4(W.
rlionon S117-ing German at the University of Minne3G9
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WIUIam Durrctt Nlchol8 Ia tho Head tho play. Then In caaq they mako a
J.
sota. Ho was recently made a monitor of tho Denartmcnt 0f Farm Economics, play, a committee will pass on their
MAXAOINM KMTOIt
of Lambda Alpha Psi fraternity, the CoHegc of AgrlcuUurC( University of ability and qualifications along dramaIRENE McNAMARA, '23.
honorary linguistic literary fraternity Kentucky. R0giding at Rhodes Addl-o- f tic lines and they will then be presentI'hoiipH 217-nnd 2988
the University of Minnesota.
ed with a pin and thereafter will be
tlon Lexlngton( Ky,
Sl'OUTINO RD1TOK
Wo have received a letter from J. R.
Joe T. loiTett, '22
Thomas Foreman Ott is Superintend. Strollers.
Secretary of the Chicago
The committee of Strollers appointed
r m, T ,.i,ri.ninn. ntt,iDin
Watklns
nr thn
NKWS ICDITOIt
Club, of the Alumni Association, in union Oil Company, of California, ' UDOn motl011 trom tho floor at the last
Kntlierlim County, '48
wnicn no says: "i ne mommy luncneon ninum Cal Rpqlilpncp 3120 Teleeranh i rc6uiar meeting to aetermme tne en
ASSOCIATE EDITORS
Walnut Street, Opp. Pottofflce
gibillty and qualifications of members
IMary Elizabeth Jntnes '22. Frances Marsh '2: of the Chicago Club, hold Monday at avenue, Berkeley, Cal.
was well attended.
of the cast and staff to receive pins
Marshall Field,
Dorthca Murphy, '12
Charles Swift Parrish Is with the
,
Practically every man who attended
pearls in conformity with provi HOME COOKING
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Kern
Exchange, or
Hazard Coal Operators
POPULAR PRICES
tho banquet in April was present at
sions of the new constitution made the
Lexington, Ky. Residence, 206 East
"V,
JtEI'OKTEIvS
following report at the meeting
the luncheon.
Maxwell street.
Until Iluchson. '23
22
Uolinrt Lnvln.
Service 6:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m.
The montly luncheon is a permanent
Daisy L. Tinsley, '22
M llortlm Kraft. 24
Perrln Rule is the assistant man- To be presented with a diamond and
Allle Hammond. '23 i;iiznictii isius. "M
part of the Chicago's Club's activities.
Clark, '23
Chester R.
one pearl:
The luncheon will he held at noon on ager of the Blast Furnace
BUSINESS MANAGER
the third Monday In each month In Company, of America, Chicago, 111.
Herndon Evans.
J. lltirton l'rewltt, '22
the Men's Grill at Marshall Field; all Residence, 1420 East Marquette Road. To be presented with one pearl:
Howell Davis Spears is a chemist
visiting alumni are urged to attend
Mary Elizabeth Downing, Margaret
ADVERTISING MANAGER
and meet the Chicago fellows and find with the Feed Division of the Ken- Smith, Carlisle Chenault,
Clarlbel
II. F. Walts. '!!3
AN ACCREDITED
tucky Experiment Station, Lexington, Kay, Milton Revlll, Fred Augsburg, ATTEND
out what a live bunch we have."
Ky. Residence, 301 North Broadway.
COLLEGE
LIKE
MANAOER
John Land, Preston Cherry, William BUSINESS
CIRCULATION
Glenn Tinnier, tJ
H. G. Edwards, '05, has sent the
Miss Elizabeth Ward Wallis is teach- Finn.
THE SOUTHERN BROTHERS
Alumni Offlce a copy of the letter ing in the city schools of Lexington, To be presented with one pin and one
TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1921.
pearl:
which has been sent to all the mem- Ky. Residence, 326 Aylesford Place.
bers of the class of '05. Quoting the
Katherine Conroy, Eleanor Morse,
John Albright, John Burks.
Class of '08.
LET'S ALL BE BOOSTERS letter, which is certainly a live one
James Frank Battaile is the man- To be presented with one pin:
'and should bring results. "The first
Mary Peterson, Helen Taylor, James
the beginning of the school year thing for us to do is to pay our dues, ager of the University Book Store,
Residence, 427 West Molloy, Robert Mitchell, Burton
1920 there was organized on the $2.00, and get square with the world, Lexington, Ky.
in the Second street.
William Williams and George
'campus of this University a club of then we can look one another
W.
face and make up our minds that we
George Taylor Bogard is with the Rouse.
"Boosters" as they called themselves. are ready to start things. Let us see
At the close of the meeting a comCompany, 825
Kentucky
Utilities
This organization of men had for its what we get for our $2.00. First we Marion, E. Taylor Bldg., Louisville,-- ; mittee was appointed by the chairman,
Haircut
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purpose the backing of every student have the satisfaction of knowing that Kentucky.
composed of the newly elected officers,
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to the same cause
- we are contributing
Mary Elizabeth Downing and Shave
activity on the campus and doing anyLeo Brewer is the assistant United and
153 South Limestone St.
good of our beloved Alma as we did sixteen years ago. That in States District Attorney, San Antonia, Mamie Miller Woods to arrange for a
thing for the
Itself will bring us closer together. It Texas. Residence, 529 East Guenther banquet to be given for the members
Lexiafftoa, Ky.
Mater.
will also bring us the Kernel which street
of the cast of "CrichtJon."
What they have done Is not gener-'all- tells all the University news, and ofGarrett Davis Buckner is a chemist
known by the student body, but fers us a medium through its Alumni
with the Research Department of the
is in a position to know Column by which we can keep in touch Kentucky Experiment
tho Kernel
Station, Lexwith one another. In this way we will
Kthat. they have accomplished a great
ington, Ky. Residence, 128 East Fourth
be drawn together, and when the time
ideal of good. It was this organization comes for our class reunion nothing street.
By: which put on the banquet for the in the world will be able to keep us
Aubyn Chinn lb the general superCompany,
basketball team when it returned with apart. Inclosed you will find a post- intendent of the Hester-Pric- e
the Championship of the South. It card addressed to H. P. Ingles, 14 Wall Berwyn, Penn. Residence, Lincoln
was this organization which offered its 'street, New York City. On the back Apartments, 1222 Locust street, Phila.service voluntarily to the University of the card you will find inscribed the delphia, Pa.
Harold Ifardesty Downing is a pro'Count
authorities when it was known that following, 'I'm On'
fessor of mathematics at the Univer"
f there
was to be an interscholastic Me Out'
sity of Kentucky Lexington, Ky. ResiSigned
track and debate meet here and it
dence, 158 North Ashland avenue.
Address. .
was the Boosters who sacrificed their
Warren Thornton Green is the superThat's putting it up to you pretty
time and put themselves to much inconveniences in order to locate places strong, but there Is an easy way out. intendent of the Columbia Box Comfor the visitors to be cared for. It Either let yourself be known as "I'm pany, St. Louis, Mo. Residence, 5730
was tho Boosters who have always On" and send Herbert Graham, Lex- Bartmer avenue.
Russell Hamilton Guerrant is a sales
turned out to every rally and although ington, Ky., the sum of $2.00 or if
our teams may have been hopelessly you are down and out send in your engineer for the Industrial Appliance
Company, 332 S. LaSalle street, Chibehind in the scoring the Boosters "Count Me Out."
111.
Residence, 1725 Wilson
H. G. Edwards Is the secretary of cago,
have stayed until the last to cheer on
FOR THE WELL DRESSED MAN
Not only the Valley City Drainage and Levee avenue.
the struggling Wildcats.
Reuben Miller Holland is an
have the Boosters done this, but they District, manager in charge of the
On Sale Here at Tremendous
in the Masonic Building,
have always been ready and anxious Valley City Land Syndicate, Naples,
to give their aid, wholeheartedly, to 111., and secretary of the class of '05. Owensboro, Ky.
Reductions.
Edwin Bronston Oldham is with the
any activity which might be of bene- From the enthusiastic way in which
he has taken charge of this drive Oldham Brick and Tile Company, Lexfit to the University.
Of course it is not possible for all of for a greater Alumni Association and ington, Ky., 150 Market street.
ALL SILK SHIRTS
William Rodes is a financier at Lex- us to be members of the SuKy Circle, University of Kentucky we see a bril
lington, Ky.
Residence, 259 Rodes
as is the proper name of the Booster's liant future for the class of '05.
avenue.
Club, but we can all get the spirit of
Up to $15.00, row $4.95
Charles Miller Roswell is an elecRobert Louis Acker is the Superthe Boosters and work with them for
Hotel trical engineer with the Charleston
the good of tho school. The Boosters intendent of the Winston-Salehavo taken the lead, let us follow the Construction Company, Box No. 1657, Consolidated Railway and Light ComSOXS
North Carolina. Resi- pany, Charleston, S. C.
path, they have laid open to us. Al- Winston-Salem- ,
Miss Sunshine Sweenoy is a farmer19c to $1.85
though it may take some sacrifice, let dence, "The Ardmore."
Louis Sterling Boggess is a project ette at Coraba Ferry Pike, Lexington,
S. us turn out to every rally, let us back
all student activities, and when we go engineer for tho Oklahoma Highway Kentucky.
If You Are Cholcy or Undecided Corne In and Look
'Guy Baker Taylor is a chemist with
Miome for our vacation, let us work to Department at Freedom, Okla.
tho E. I.
Our. Shirts and Hosiery Were Made to Please
j secure tne very best students in the Captain Don Pedro Branson is a Cap- Wilmington, Del.s Residence,Company,
28 BedLstato to come to the University of Ken- tain of the Sixteenth Infantry, staford Court.
tioned at Camp DIx, N. J.
mucky for their education.
Arza Lyttle Wilholte is an assistant
Robert Allen Carso has risen from
draughtsman to chief Inspector of the steam engineer for the Youngstown
TENNIS FANS NOTICE
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American Car and Foundry Company, Sheet and Tube Company, Youngstown,
m. There will bo a tennis tournament Berwick, Pen 11. Residence, 605 East Ohio. Residence, 820 Michigan avenue.
Frank Marshall Wilkes is the gentstarltlng May 25, for men's doubles. Second street.
Louis Edward Htllenmeyer is a eral manager of the Arkansas Light
.Prizes will bo given for winners of
and Power Company, PidPBluff, Ark.
niaitch and for runners up. All men nurseryman at Lexington, Ky.
Howard Clifford Yates is the secreMiss Louise Marie Kornfleld is teach;vlno. want to enter must turn their
LEXINGTON, KY.
Nsxt te Union Depot
names I nto Prof. Downing by May 25, ing at the Louisville Girls' High tary of tho Kern County Abstract
Residence, Company, Bakersfleld, Cal.
Louisville, Ky.
so tlualt the matches can be made out. School,
Hl'ho schedule will be pasted on the 1236 S. Floyd street.
EEP QFF THC GRAM
Leo Logan Lewis Is the secretary
bullcMu board May 24.
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* THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
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A. A. E. TO GIVE DANCE SOPHS NOW FIRST IN
ON THURSDAY, MAY 26

Continued from Pago 1
Brown promptly crashed tho ball nearly
of tho way up tho tlor of
scats In loft field and strolled around.
Alitor Dcam was rotlrod Rid go way
Quality Gut Flewera antf Cereaiee, Bouquets a Specialty
slammed a
smash Mgh up In
tho center field stand for another homo
run
In itho eighth Jonos beat out a hit
aftor Gregg had fanned. Propps Canned but Brown laced another tn the
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stand for four cushions, sending In
Jonos ahead of him. Beam then got
OTIS JONES
PAUL P. COOPES
ono of tho longest hits of the day, a
long triple to right that rolled to the
II bank, and scored on Rldgway's single.
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Cincinnati scored her (two runs in tho
ninth when our boys faltered momentarily. Coons doubled to left and
pop fly fell for a hit Propps
fumbled Brockman's grounder, filling
the bases with none out. Sharpe fouled to Slomer. Cooper walked Pdchels
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forcing in Coons. Irwin hit a grounder to Brown who tossed to Muth in
itimle itio get the runner, Fessender
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scoring. Prather struck out and the
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3
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The Kentucky Chapter of the American Association of Engineers will give
a masque ball for the members of tho
Collego of Engineering, in Dicker Hall,
Day,
on tho night of Engineering
Thursday, May 26. This will be tho
first affair of its kind, given by this
association, but an effort is being made
to make it an annual event in tho
future.
Dicker Hall will bo decorated in
flags, streamers and gardenias, the
flower that tho engineers will adopt
that day.
It has been arranged with the William Beck & Son Co., Theatrical
of Cincinnati, to havo a representative on tho campus to rent cos
tunics to those desiring them for this
dance.
There are so many diversified interests at tho University that it is almost
Impossible for a student in one branch
of work to know Just what is being
done by his classmates in other
courses. Thursday afternoon, May 26,
has been set aside by the Council as a
half holiday for all the colleges of tho
University, except Engineering, and
the day has been designated for this
year Engineers' Day.
All the students in the University
are invited to inspect the shop and
laboratory work in the College of Engineering from 1:30 to 3:30 o'clock.
It is hoped that the students of the
University and their friends will take
advantage of the opportunity to see
where Kentucky engineers ore train3 ed. The half holiday has been proE claimed for the special purpose of al0 lowing the students
to inspect the
0 processes employed by their fellow
0 classmates, the engineers.
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The gardenia has been selected as
1 the Engineers' flower. Forty dozen of
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these will be ready for distribution on
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the morning of Engineer's Day at the
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Marriage of Miss Anderson
to Mr. Butyer Announced

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Word has been received by friends
here that Miss Julia Anderson, a student at the University last year was
married May 6, to Mr. Arlyn Butyer,
of Phbphetisan, niinois.
Miss Anderson was enrolled as a
junior in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University last year, and
was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma fraternity. For the past year she
,
has been teaching school at Phopheti-sanIllinois, and it was here that she
met Mr. Butyer.

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Totals
Summary:
Stolen bases, Cooper,
Muth, McFarland. iSacrifloe hits, Jones,
Fesscnden. Two base hits, Coons.
Three base hits, Propps, Beam. Home
runs, Brown (2), Ridgeway. Base on
balls, off Seltz 2. Struck out, by Coopy
er 4f by Seltz 5. Left on base,
4.D(ouble play,
11, Cincinnati!
Propps to Brown. First on errors,
Kentucky 2, Cincinnati 2. Passed ball
Hilt by pitcher, by Seltz,
Sharpe.
Ridgeway.
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LEAGUE

BATING

Defeat Juniors by a Close
Score; Errors Lose
Game.
Tho Sophomores obtained a tight
hold on first place in the Class League
Friday afternoon when they defeated
game, 5
tho Juniors in a
to 3. McCarthy hurled steady ball for
the Juniors but errors by Sauer, at
third, in tho fifth frame cost him the
contest. Prlbblo starred at tho bat
with a single, double and triple, driving In two runs and scoring two himself.
Burnham, Winters, McCarthy
and Prlbblo got three-plblows.
Tho Juniors drew first blood In the
opening round when Sauer hit to deep
left for a home run. The Sophomores
tied in their half of the inning on
successive singles by Prlbblo, Graham
and Kelly. The game then drifted
along, a tie, until the fifth when the
Juniors got busy and shoved a pair
of markers across the pan. Graham
bobbled on Wilkerson's bounder and
McCarthy brought him in with a long
triple. Sauer singled to left scoring
McCarthy.
The Sophs won In the last half of
tho fifth. Pergren singled and stole.
Prlbble tripled him home. Sauer erred
times and two more came in. They
added another in the sixth. Little
dropped Hays' fly. Pergren forced
Hays. Prlbble doubled to center, scoring Pergren.
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