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R.O.T.C. REGIMENT Annual MilitaryTuesday
To Be





FEBRUARY 17, 1928

The Ironworker's Sign



of Assisi


Langon's Orchestra and
Kentucky Cardinals Will
Furnish Music

Election Will Be Held Today
The Military ball, one of the fouri
and Saturday to Determine
( big dances of the year and sponsored
Coveted Position
by the military department, will be





The Kernel Wins
Leader Cup Award
Normal and Transyl-avniPublications Win Second and Third Places





Will Be Second Encounter With
Colonels; Kentucky Victor
the Lexington Leader to the best
in First Game

The cup which is annually awarded


college paper in the state,
was won this year by The Kentucky LEAVE FOR CONERENCE
Kernel. The presentaton wais made I
at a meeting of the Kentucky InterSeveral of Last Year's Sponsors
collegiate Press Association Saturday Squad Recognized As Among
Best in Tournament; Fans
Are Named Again by
afternoon in the Science building.
Are Optimistic
The College Heights Herald, Western Normal College paper, was awardKentucky's Wildcat basketball quinThe final voting in the R. O. T. C.
ed second place, and the Crimson tet will
make its final appearance on
regiment for the election of the varRambler, Transylvania ollege paper, the home floor this
season when it
ious sponsors will be held today and
was awarded third place.
encounters the Centre College ColPreliminary voting for
considered in judging the onels tomorrow night in the gymnaPoints
the candidates was held Wednesday
papers included theC handling of sium.
and Thursday in the various military
news, features, editorials, headlines,
This game, which will be
sections and resulted in the followmake-ugeneral appearance, and second of the season with Centre,the
ing nominations:
expected to be entered upon the winRegimental sponsor: Misses Lucille
in the contest were C. ning side of the Blue and White ledThe judges
Short and Lucy Davis.
ger. The first game, played at DanG. Dickerson, city editor of the LexFirst Battalion Sponsor: Misses
ington Leader, and Thomas A. Un- ville, resulted in a
victory for
Sara Warwick and Virginia Hadley.
derwood, managing editor of The Lex- the 'Cats. Kentucky played rather
Second Battalion Sponsor: ' Misses
listlessly throughout, and substitutes
ington Herald.
Frances Robinson, Mary Armstrong
performed for a large part of the
and Martha Minihan.
final half. However, the fans have
A Company Sponsor: Misses Ben-ni- e
little to worry about in this second
Edwards, Evelyn Ford, Elizabeth
game. The Wildcats have learned a
Robinson, Henrietta Sherwood, Elealesson from the Georgia Tech game
nor Swearingen, Virginia Whayne
of last week. A team cannot overand Martha Reed.
come a large lead in the final minute
B Company Sponsor: Misses Lucy
of play, and do
Davis, Mildred Little, Katherine Fry,
Showing ing under this it consistently. SmartFosters
last defeat, and
Elizabeth Robinson, Julia Marvin,
of Prints in Connection With ing the last home game beforeplayMary Louise Robinson, Louise Hill
Study of Italy During Month journey to the Southern conference
and Mildred Green.
of February.
meet at Atlanta, the Blue will he
C Company Sponsor: Misses Mary Carnegie
Endowment Encourdoubly eager to rend the Colonels into
Brown, D'Allis Chapman, M. L. Fosages Study of International
As February has been designated small shreds.
ter, Dale Smith, Julia Marvin, Lyle
Relations Through Student
as the month in which we, as stuWork for Tournament
Walters, Henrietta Sherwood
dents, are to study Italy, a collection
Tomorrow's game will end the sea
Katherine Friend.
of Italian prints, beginning with the son for Kentucky. From then until
This is an incomplete list of the
The International Relations Club,
Italian primitives, extending through the opening of the Conference tourfollowing companies.
a student organization recently orthe period of the Renaissance to nament, the latter part of next week,
E Company: Misses Mary
Rob- ganized by the department of political
modern times, is now on display in tne Wildcats will strive to perfect
Ellen Minihan, Elizabeth
science, has just received a number
the Carnegie Room in the Romany their smooth working machine. Keninson and Winifred Worton.
Louise Dyer, of books from the Carnegie endowG Company: Misses
Theater building. This exhibit, part tucky is rated araone the leaders for
ment for International Peace, DivisJulia Marvin.
Evelyn Ford and
of the collection which vas the gift the Southern crown, and is ably capCompany F will hold its prelimi- ion of Intercourse and Education.
from the Carnegie fund, is fostered tained by Paul Jenkins, guard par exby
a student organiza- cellence, and an
nary vote tomorrow,, and the final This endowment encourages the forselection
The mation of such clubs in universities
tion of the University of Kentucky in 1926. The Blue is working with
vote Tuesday, February 21.
which assists students to become ac- only one goal in view, and that is the
nominations for sponsor of that com- - throughout the country and at various times sends out these books so
quainted with the ways and customs winning of the title. Everyone who
that the universities having such
(Continued on Page Eight)
of other people by bringing speakers has been following the 'Cats through
clubs may, in time, build up a large
from all over the world.
the season is solidly behind the team.
and valuable library. In addition
This exhibit of about 500 prints. and are fully confident that the Blue- about
C. the books the club has received
which began Tuesday, will be changed grass boys will show the way for
25 pamphlets.
daily throughout the month of Feb- the other teams in Dixieland.
The International Relations Club of
ruary. About 40 or 50 books on Ital
Jenkins Last Game
the University meets the second
ian Art have been put on reserve in
Paul Jenkins, who has gained the
Thursday in each month. Mr. Cheng,
the Carnegie Room. The library also distinction of being twice chosen to
Chinese student of Transylvania, and
This replica of an ironworker's sign that has stood the test of time and analysis for hundreds of years in has Italian books on display in the captain Kentucky's quintet, will play
Miss Lathan, whose subject was "The
J. J. Richardson
Assisi, Italy, is the permanent contribution of the College of Engineering to Italian month of the reading room and main library. In his last game for the Blue and White
Cadet Colonel of Regiment; Nicaraguan Situation," have been the
connection with Italian month
on the home floor tomorrow night.
program for February at the University.
Brown, Moody, Boston, speakers at the former meetings.
also secured Dr. Bruno
Jenkins is a very capable leader, and
A future speaker of interest will be
of Vassar College, who has built is the only veteran on the team. His
Wilson, Elliott Are
Baron Heyking of the University of
up at Vassar the largest language de- work this year will go far in placing
Dorpot, who will arrive in this coun
partment of Italian in the country for him at the head of the list of candiJ. J. Richards, Jr., of Nicholasville, trv March 7. He is scheduled to
the convocation speaker on Thursday. dates for the mythical
was leappointed cadet coknel of the speak at the Southern Students Con
Doctor Rosselli is recognized as an team, an honor which he has gained
University it. 0. T. C. ragmen' and ference to be held at Anderson, S. C,
authority on Italian art.
before. He is the only member of
L. M. Caldwell, of Howe 1. was
will follow an itiner-- J
from there
Dean P. P. Boyd, of the Arts and this season's squad who is lost through
lieutenant roio io in an and planned for him by the Cargenie
Sciences College, in an article pub- graduation this year.
from the of- ary
order issued yesterday
Kentucky is
endowment to speak before the In
fice of Col. H. P. Hobbs. Heads of the
In the August issue of "Architec- Forge Company, Buffalo, New York, gun immediately after his canoniza- lished in the January issue of the blessed with having a team composed
are: S. S. Good- ternationalhas Relations
gift in appreciation of the dis- tion in 1228, and completed in 1253, School and Society Magazine, ex- almost entirely of sophomores, and
regimental staff
been made with special ture," which is one of the authentic as a
win, captain; W. L. Maschmeyer, cap care in order that the greatest num- journals presenting durable things in tinguished service rendered by the being fine specimens of Gothic archi- plains the aim of this new movement if thi3 aggregation continues together
appeared University graduates in his organi- tecture. The crypt was added in 1818 known at the University as "Pan- - the Wildcats will again reach the peak
C. W. Jones, second lieutenant,
ber of clubs might be included. His architectural design, there
when the sahcophagus containing his Politikon," as the establishment of in basketballdom, and be the premier
band leader; and E. M. Bowling and probable subject will be, "The Rus as the frontpiece an ironworker's zation.
The lower peace. The officers of this organiza- team of the South, as in the days of
D. B. Forman, color sergeants. Battal
remains was discovered.
Found In Assisi
sian Riddle," "The Question of Ra sign that has stood the test of critics
This sign was found in the town of church contains frescoes by Cimabue, tion are: Joe Palmer, president, yore.
ion officers are: L. H. Miles, major, cial Nationalities," and "Problems of for centuries.
commander of first battalion; W E Minorities."
A reproduction of this sign has Assisi, the episcopal seat of Umbria, Giotto and others, the most famous Gayle Mohney, vide president, and
Probable Lineup
Elizabeth Smith, secretary-treasureUfpham, first lieutenant, adjutant; W.
been made in the Forge Shop of the Italy, in the province of Perugia. The of which are those over the high.al
It is likely that Centre will bring
D. SimDson. major, commanasr oi
University by Instructors Stephen T. town occupies a fine position on a tar by Giotto, illustrating the vows
a greatly improved five to Lexington,
second battalion; L. H. Clark, first CO-ESaunier and J. G. McBee, with the mountain with a view over the val- of the Franciscan order; while the
but the 'Cats should be able to take
lieutenant, adjutant.
assistance of engineering students, leys of the Tiber and Topino. It is upper church hos frescoes representtheir measure with little trouble. In.
Maggard and Deaton, the Colonels
and has been placed at the entrance mainly famous in connection with St. ing scenes from the life of St. FranCompany officers and
c;nnrl nffipprs follow: Company a: GO
CINCINNATI of The Henry W. Wendt Shop which Francis, who was born there in 1182, cis (probably by Giotto and his conhave a great pair of sterling forwards,
was built last year by the University. and where he died in 1226. The Fran- temporaries) on the lower portion of
and the only two who could register
Cantain. H. C. Moody; first lieuten
This shop was equipped by Mr. Henry ciscan monastery and the lower and
against Kentucky in the first game.
ant, John W. Dundon, Jr.; second
(Continued on Page Eight)
Cup Is Presented to Western They will be well guarded in this sec
lieutenants, W. E. Durbeck, Jr., and Thirty Members of University W. Wendt, president of the Buffalo upper church of St. Francis were be
D. C. Carpenter ; first sergeant,
Normal For Best Advertising ond meeting.
W. A. A. Invited to ParticiStiirall: platoon sergeants, H. C. Cox,
pate in Play Day, February
Layout; Kernel Wins Cup For The Kentucky line-u- p will probably
be: Jeffries and Combs, forwards;
J. E. McGurk and E. C.
Dr. Roselli
18, at Cincinnati University.
Best Paper.
Milward or McBrayer, center; Cap
Comnanv B: Captain, W. C. Wil- Newlyweds
first, lieutenants. W. P. Crouch
The University of Cincinnati has
At the close of the meeting of The tain Jenkins and McGinnis, guards.
and J. E. Slaughter; second lieuten invited 30 members of the Woman's
Kentucky Intercollegiate Press Asso- It is very probable that Clair Dees,
European Relations Discussed ciation Saturday, James Shropshire, Owens, Gilb and the rest of the squad
ant, Sam Manly III; first sergeant, Athletic Association of the University Dean Believes Entertainment of
sergeants, of Kentucky to participate in a Play
By Well Known Speaker
T? W. Fortenberry;
Couple Would Encourage
of Lexington, a junior in the College will see action in this final game. A
D. Fife and J. R. day in their woman's building on Satat Convocation
President McVey Welcomes Ken
of Agriulture at the University, and large turnout of University students
VI. fcj.
Student Marriages
tucky Intercollegiate Associaurday, February 18.
business manager of The Kernel, was is expected, and by giving vocal as
Comnanv C: Captain, J. C. Boston;
Play Day is the result of the WoItalian month at the University elected president of that organization. well as mental support, the student
tion Delegates; Theta Sigma
When representatives of a Univer- body can show that it is behind the
first lieutenants, R. C. Harris and R. men's Division of the National Ama- stiy fraternity applied to C. R.
Phi Pledges Two.
was inaugurated ihursday morning The other officers elected were: J. team, giving
xt fnt- - first, sergeant. A. S. Hen- - teur Athletic Federation efforts in
it a fitting send-of- f for
R. McCauley, of Georgetown College,
dean of men, for permission to
with the address of Dr. Bruno Ros- vice president; F. R. Phillips, of
sergeants. W. N, this field, and was organized to study
the Atlanta fracas.
give a buffet supper in honor of a
Members of The Kernel staff, sev selli of Vassar College, at the first
College, secretary, and J. R.
Stice, Jr., G. S. Bell and J. H. Grif the situation and discover how girls nevvlywed member of the active chaperal of the faculty, including Dr. and
and women might get the benefit of ter and his bride, the dean declared Mrs. McVey, and delegates to the convocation of the semester. Doctor Parker, of Centre College, treasurer.
Comnanv E: Captain C. W. Daniel; competitive team play without having that he would oppose the fraternity's
Alpha Delta Sigma, honorary adKentucky Intercollegiate Press Asso Roselli spoke on the "Danger Zones vertising fraternity,
Due to
first lieutenant, H. K. Akin; second their teams commercialized.
presented a cup
The time has come. Saturday, Feb
is carried
i:n,.tsnonfc A. M. Stacc and E. B .the efforts of this organization thous- request when the matter Council for ciation, met last Friday night at the of Europe," giving an unusually clear to the publication of Western Nor- ruary 18, has been designated by the
llCUktiiu'l sereeant, J. L. Salmon
before the Men's Student
Lafayette hotel for the third annual outlook into the future of European
Pnrris: first
mal, of Bowling Green, for the best R. O. T. C. officials, as the day on
ands of schools throughout the coun- decision, it became known yestrday. Kernel
Approximately GO
platoon sergeants E. M. Newman, H try have done away with varsity He gave as his reason a belief that persons banquet. among whom were countries.
advertising of the year. The Lexing' which all attending military classes
S. Hergott ana w.
Dr. A. W. Fortune gave the invoca ton Leader awarded The Kernel the are to again wear the full military
teams. In a play day the girls are
encourage stu- Dean and Mrs. Paul B. Boyd, Profes
R. G. Elliott sent from various schools and spend such a function would
Company F: Captain
uniform and from this date on until
dent marriages, and cited the fact sor and Mrs. Enoch Grehan, Profes tion and Pres. Frank L. McVey intro cup for the best
first, lieutenant. A. H. Stephenson the day playing with, instead of,
duced the speaker. Doctor Roselli di
The hosts at the meeting next year June. Those reporting to classes not
expel stu
nontenants. J. L. Cole and J against each other, and in this way that several universities their under sor and Mrs. Victor R. Portman, and vided Europe into three main sec will be the Western Normal College, in" uniform will have their grade lowmarry
Miss Marguerite McLaughlin.
p filenn: first sergeant V. Proctor a more friendly feeling is established. dents who careers. during
on and after this date.
President McVey officially welcom tions, the Mediterranean, the Eastern it was voted at the meeting Saturday ered
sergeants, R. N. White, J. C
The program for the Cincinnati
islanding, dean ot wo ed the K. I. P. A. delegates to the and the Teutonic, saying that the peoMiss Sarah
K. iong.
Finley and
(Continued on Page Eight)
men at the university, said that she University, and Charles Walker, of ple in these sections were unlike each
Company G: Captain, H. F. Brown
(Continued on Page Eight)
would raise no objections to granting Centre College, president of the as leading to misunderstandings
lieutenant, V. D. Johnson; sec-- :
In honor of the birthday of George
permission for the party, but stated sociation, responded. Others on the tween the countries. However, he adond lieutenants, A. P. Robertson and
Washington, Wednesday February 22
that she would ask that the frater program were Miss Martha Connell, ded, "the greatest danger zone lies
Will Give
V. Fried; first sergeant, E. S.
has been declared a holiday at the
nity not be permitted to publish in literary editor; Neil Plummer, former in the hearts of men," hoping that
Quisenberry; plantoon sergeants, E.
University. Practically the entire nasociety columns of the daily or school managing editor; Miss Janet Lalley, the coming years would bring pages
Judy, C. K. Nave and V. P. Ropke.
newspapers the fact that the affair assistant news editor; James Shrop of history including reparation to the Honorary Commercial Frater tion will thus pay homage to the "FaAppointments for guides and squad
nity to Hold Initiation and ther of his country," as it is the cus
University Philharmonic Group was being given in honor of newly- - shire, business manager; John R. Bul- mailer countries unjustly treated af
leaders (sergeants and corporals)
tom annually to set aside this day as
weds. She agreed with the dean of lock, Jr., former
and ter the war.
Banquet February 18
Will Present Program Feb.
were also announced.
a national holiday.
Doctor Roselli spoke also at 4 o'men in the belief that student mar Professor Grehan, of the lournalism
19 at Men's Gymnasium
clock on "Pacifism," and he will talk
riages should be discouraged.
Alpha of Kentucky chapter of Beta
The fraternity's request will be re
at the same time this afternoon, all Gamma Sigma, honorary commercial M.
(Continued on Page Eight.)
The Philharmonic orchestra of the
L. McVey, pres
of the programs being held in the fraternity, will be installed Saturday,
University will give the third of its ferred to Dr. Frank
To Civil
University, for his opin
Will Be
Men's gymnasium.
February 18, at 4 p. m. at Dean
series of concerts February 19 in the ident of the
K. Men's gymnasium at 3:30 o'clock. ion. Lexington
Wiest's home on Fontaine Road.
On Road Conditions
Professor J. W. Jenkins from the
The public is cordially invited to
University of Georgia, will install the
The workings of federal aid and
o- o
A training course for leadership attend this concert. No admission E. Z. PALMER WILL RECEIVE
GEORGE BRYSON PRESIDENT chapter. The requirement for Beta how
it is applied was the theme of
among girl scouts will be instituted will be charged.
Before long the front campus will
Gamma Sigma is a standing of 2.
The program is as follows:
an address delivered before the Uni
at the University this semester, De
again take on its beautiful coating
George Wayman Bryson, of Les
Following the installation of the versity student branch of the AmeriSibe
"Filinandia Overture"
ginning February 23 and continuing
Mr. E. Z. Palmer, instructor in the of Kentucky's own blue grass. Will
ter, W. Va., was elected president of chapter a banquet will be given at 6:30 can Society of Civil Engineers Wedibly.
through March 8.
passed the final the military drills be held here as the Graduate Club of the University p. m. at the Chimney Corner. Doctor nesday morning in the Civil Engi2. A trio consisting of violin, cello College of Commerce,
The class will deal with fundamen
examination for a doctor's degree in usual this spring, leaving ugly Saturday at a meeting of the gradu Frank L. McVey will give an address neering building, by Mack Galbreath,
tals in regard to outdoor activities and niano.
brown patches there by early sumate students. Miss Neola Frances at the banquet.
3. "Hungarian Rhapsody Number Economics which he took on January
federal engineer.
and the members of the class will be
The following will be initiated
Roberts, of Lexington, was elected
mer? Is it necessary?
eligible to positions as summer camp Two" Liszt.
"The Economic Location of Roads,"
Wisconsin. He
vice president, and Miss Lydia Ken Faculty members, Edward Wiest was Mr. Galbreath's subject, and apfrom "Bohemian 20 at the University of
leaders. Last year the students were
will receive his degree in June.
football squad failing nedy Fremd, of Eminence, was nam Walter W. Jennings, and Robson Dun proximately 50 students were present.
on the Woods"
With the
entitled to a
can; seniors, Philip Glenn, LeRoy
ed secretary.
Mr. Palmer's thesis subject is "The to turn out in the numbers which
5. A piano solo by Mrs. D. E.
Kentucky river.
D. V. Terrell, professor of civil enDr. W. D. Funkhauser, dean of Miles, and Glenn Roberts; alumni gineering, presided over the meeting
Definition of Income and the Com this University should furnish, can
interested in the South.
All girls who. are
Paraphrase, "Long, Long Ago" parison of Class Incomes." His thesis the student body afford to gripe the graduate school, made announce Burton F. Hensley, Robert G. Hous and introduced the speaker, whose
requested to report to
project are
includes an effort to get rid of partial
ments concerning theses and the an- man, Ishmael Planch, Wilburn B, home is in Frankfort, and who has
next fall if the season isn't a howlVaigt.
Miss Ray Mitchell in the recreation
ing success, other than the howls nual banquet which will probably be Walker, David R. Hickey; on honor been in federal work for a number
7. "March of the Toys" from ity in comparing the income of prop
room of Patterson hall at 3:30 o'clock,
ary member, Ben R. Sha.ver.
erty and human service.
held some time in May.
we give?
"Babes in Toyland" Herbert
February 23.
of years.


given Tuesday night, February 21, in
the Men's gymnasium. The festivi- ties are scheduled to begin at 9 o'clock and last until 1.
Tradition has decreed that this
dance should always be on the night
before Washington's birthday and in
accordance with the usual custom the
men of the advanced corps will be in
full uniform. Scabbard and Blade,
honorary military fraternity, will
hold its annual pledging which will be
preceded by the grand march. One
of the features of the dance will be
for the Scabbard and
Blade men and pledges.
Peg Longon's orchestra, of the
Phoenix hotel and the Kentucky Car
dinals, of Louisville, are the orchestras that have been secured for the
Doctor and Mrs. McVey,
and the deans of the colleges and
their wives will chaperone the affair.
The committee in charge of arrangements consist of J. J. Richardson and Harold Fried.










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Install Chapter

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Col. Clarence R. Day, 1893,


Mrs. Rodes Estill, '21



Named Chief of Staff of
103rd Division of Reserves;
Stationed at Denver.

Park, 'IS


L. Kirk, '24

Col. Clarence R. Day, who was at
one time a student at the University
of Kentucky and a member of the
class of 1893, recently has been appointed chief of the One Hundred and
Third Division of the organized re-

University of Kentucky Club of
Greater Cincinnati: Luncheon at
noon on first Saturday in each
month at Industrial Club, Pike
Madison avenue, Covington, Ky.
NoteWill the officers of other
Alumni Clubs please send us the
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serves, according to word that has
come to the many Lexington friends
of Colonel Day.
After leaving the University of
Kentucky Colonel Day received an
appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point, New
York. He was graduated from the
Academy with the class of 1897. He
immediately entered the United
States Army and is just now rounding out 30 years of service. He has
been stationed in various Army posts
in the West. After the
War he was assigned to
duty with the Army of Occupation in
He later was transferred to
Hawaii. During the World War hi
was in charge of the American aviation activities overseas.
For the past two years he has been
stationed at San Antonio, Texas. Ilis
new headquarters will be located in
Denver, Colo., where he will make
his home.
Colonel Day is related to a large
number of Kentucky people and many
of them, like himself, are graduates
or former students of the University
of Kentucky. He is one of several
alumni of the university who have
chosen the Army as careers and who
.have attained important posts and
high commissions in this branch of
the service. Colonel Day already has
assumed his new duties and is now
located in Denver.



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Progress of Intercollegiate Sport
at State College Up to 1915
As Told by First Coach Will
Be Run As Serial.
Editor's Note

John B. Nelson III.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Nelson, of
Princeton, N. J., have announced the
birth of a son who was born January
25, 1928. He has been named John



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Professor Miller has

to depend upon his memory, the files
of the local papers and a few other
records for data for this history. The

records are often found incorrect and
no doubt inaccuracies have crept in.
Dr. George H. Wilson, '04
Walter Hillenmeyer, '11
In order to make the history as correct and complete as possible, ProfesWayland Rhodes, '15
Dr. E. C. Elliott, '02
sor Miller and the editors of the
Win. H. Townsend, 12
Wilsem, '13
Brockway Nelson III. Mrs. Nelson Alumnus would appreciate any corbefore her marriage was Miss Mary rections that can be made by those
Marshall Graves, of Lexington, Ky. into whose hands this may come.
Organized athletics had its beginShe was graduated from the University of Kentucky with the class of ning in the old A. and M. College of
1921, with the degree of B. S. in in- Kentucky during the fall of 1892.
Previous to that year occasional
dustrial chemistry. She was married
We are reproducing below a new form of information blank
October 5, 1925. She and her hus- games of baseball had been played
of the Unifor the use of members of the Alumni Association
band live at Princeton, N. J., where between teams of the various colversity.
leges in the state, but there was no
This blank we hope will aid us in obtaining complete
their address is 16 Pelham avenue.
Intercollegiate Association and no
information from every member of the Alumni Association.
rules governing eligibility, etc.
This information is most needed at this time when we are trying
of Tulsa, Okla. He has offices at 704
No games of college football had
In this new directory we
to issue a new Alumni Directory.
Building, Tulsa.
He been played in the state previous to
want to have every address and all the information as correct
was married to Miss Ruth Croft in the fall of '91. In that year Centre
For this reason we are asking
as we possibly can make it.
1919, and they have one daughter, College employed a gymnasium and
every one of you to fill out this new blank and mail it in to us.
Helen, who is nine years old.
one W. Durant
athletic director
Do this regardless of any previous information blank that you
Berry whose previous training had
We know that there are a
may have sent in even recently.
William Charles Rudd, B. M. E. been in Y. M. C. A. gymnasium work.
1913, M. E. 191C, Is assistant engineer He was in fact one of "Stagg's Christlot of you who are married, still others who are the proud parwith the Water Supply Department of ian Workers" squa'd.
ents of children and neither of these facts have been noted on
Detroit, Mich. His residence address
He taught Centre College students
Keeping the
your record as an Alumnus of the University.
is 8100 Warren avenue, Detroit. He to play the modern game of modified
records in this office, which includes four different cards for
has been an active member of the Rugby football. Toward the latter
each one of more than 5,000 graduates and former students, is
Alumni Association every year since part of the season, after he had
no small job in itself.
If we keep these cards up to date at
he was graduated and has a place on "licked" a team into shape, a chalIn handall times there is enough work for several persons.
our Roll of Honor.
lenge was sent to the A. and M. Colling this many times we are very liable to make mistakes and
lege (or State College as it was beto get behind, especially from those
allow some of the records
Shearer Stafford, LL. B. ginning to be called) for a game.
We want to have a full,
1913, this year sent in his check for
This was accepted by the students
who are inactive in the Association.
to the Association for the first even before any of them had any
complete and correct record of every member of the Association
time since 1920. He is Judge of the idea how the game was played.
who is a paid up member, and for this reason 'we are asking you
Municipal Court of Los Angeles, Cal.,
S. M. Potter, '92, and I. P. Shelby,
to fill out the blank below and mail it right back to us.
a court of record. His address is '92, were elected managers and J. I.
Hall of Justice, Los Angeles, Cal.
Bryan captain.
The game was played at the01d
her graduation, she now has a promiHal Farnsworth Bryant, B. S. 1914, Baseball Park, out 'near the race
nent place on our Roll of Honor.
is a statistican with the United States track,, and resulted in a score (if I
Department of Agriculture and is lo- have been informed correctly) of 10
.William Ewing Hobson, B. M. E.
cated at 520 Customs House, Louis- to 0 in favor of Centre. The State
1913, is a mining superintendent and
ville, Ky. His residence address is College team had no suits, other than
When we first announced that we were going to publish the
is located in Pond, W. Va., where he
14 Spring Drive.
He was married what they had made for themselves
history of athletics at the University on this page we did not
is superintendent of one of the largMiss
realize what a popular move it was going to be. We knew, of
est mining operations in that district. to 1926. Elizabeth Claypool Hilleary by