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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
UNIVERSITY
OF

VOLUME XXII

CADET HOI
6

SATURDAY AFTERNOON
ALUMNI GYMNASIUM

KENTUCKY

LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1032

COACH I). SIIIVELY

RELEASES SPRING

Ferocious Kampus Kat
Will Appear Saturday

TRACK SCHEDULE

Sigma Delta Chi Publication
Promises to Reveal
Wildcat Thlnlies to Have Six
All Scandal
Dual Meets Resides
By MARVIN MARK HAM
Conference Tilt

2,946

Register

Figures Still Short of

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Wildcats Will Defend
CAMPUS GROUPS
Conference Leadership
Famous
Against Vols Saturday
PICTURE AWARDS

MADE TO EIGHT

Reproductions
Ex-

NEW SERIES. NUMHER

of

Paintings are Given by
Art Department

pected Number
What ho, varlet, what news hast
PICTURES WILL RE
of the lodge of Sigma Delta
thou
Figures from the Registrar's
HELD ONE SEMESTER
Chi at the University of Kentucky?
office late yesterday
afternoon
TENNESSEE TEAM
Tis said that men are training a gave the total registration to
Thirty-seve- n
Men Have Re- vicious animal In the bounds of that date as 298. These figures are Organizations Selected
As
284 short of the enrollment for
Typical of Spirit of Ideal
ported to Coach Shively
duchy. Knowest thou aught of it?
DEFIANCE
the first semester, and 156 less
U. K. Social Order
For Spring Training
Ah. great and glorious king, than
year.
than second semester last
whom there is no greater on this There are approximately
100
AT KENTUCKIANS
Boyd hall, woman's dormitory;
One of the most Ambitious track earth, I have traveled far In my
freshmen.
Alpha Delta Theta, and Alpha Oam-m- a
programs ever attempted by a uni- search for knowledge, and for news
Registration will close Monday,
Cameron McLean, Internationally
the
February 15. It Is expected that
Delta sororities; Phi Kappa Tau.
versity track team hu been sched- with which to appeasemy Insatiable
famous Scotch baritone, assisted by Contrary to Current Rumor,
sire. Yea, by that time the enrollment will
esthetic appetite of
Delta Tau Delta, Sigma Alpha
uled for this year's Wildcat thin-lie- s, even have I traveled to the bounds
Sale Will Start
equal that of last year.
Mabelle Howe Mable at the piano,
s.
Epsllon, Alpha Oamma Rho and
according to the schedule re- of that awful country of the
A fee of five dollars is being
Game
will present the program at the
Knowing that thou art a charged now for registration.
Triangle fraternities were selected
leased yesterday by track Coach
regular musicale at 4 o'clocK Suni"
great and good man and that thou Classification is being conducted
as tbe organizations typical of the
Bemle Shively.
always award thy servants accordday afternoon in Memorial hall. ANOTHER CROWDED
pint and characteristics of the
In the offices of the heads of the
All of the meets, save one, will ing to their just desserts, I have
HOUSE IS EXPECTED
This will be Mr. McLean's second
various departments.
ideal University of Kentucky social
be on foreign grounds: only the gone even Into the bounds of the
appearance at the university in the
Monday Is the last day on
order and were awarded the paint
past two years. He also has appear- Carnage Trophy to Football
University of Louisville coming to duchy and have acquired knowledge
which a student may drop or
ings donated by the art departdread animal that
ed before the Woman's club of CenScholar Will be Presented
Stoll field. Six dual meets, three of thismentioned Is ready the lodge change a class. After that date,
thou
tral Kentucky.
with conference foes, and the among us. Tls the vicious to loose a fee will be charged for all ment, it was announced yesterday
Between Halves
Kampus
Mr. McLean Is hailed as one of
changes, and students who drop by Prof. Edward W. Rannells, head
Southern Conference meet at Bir- Kat, the most feared of all anithe greatest living singers. He is
a class will be failed in that
mingham, will keep the Wildcats
By SUNNY DAY
of the art department. The pictures
And yet, the most humane.
thus enthusiastically acclaimed in
extremely busy from April 2 to May mals. king,
will be held only for one semester.
Ah,
When Kentucky's undefeated
that is something that
the Chicago News: "Not once this
14.
The awards were made as fol
thou didst not expect, and which
season has greater commendation Wildcats trot out to do battle with
Practically all runners have re has never before been known to
lows: Boyd hall, the reproduction of
been showered on an artist; as a the Tennessee basketeers at 8 o'ported to Coach Shively and to date mortal man. This Kat, called by
Lauterburg's "Geraniums;" Alpha
matter of fact, few times in any
37 aspiring track athletes have your leave, Valentine Edition, has
Delta Theta, the reproduction of
season. Wonderul tonal colors, tech- clock Saturday night in the Alumni
checked out equipment from "Petie claws that gouge deeper than the
Ceganne's "Landscape;" Sigma Alnique to marvel at. Great music gymnasium, the Vols may "see red."
Moore, and several more are ex sarcasm of thy royal wife. It has RELIGIOUS
pha Epsllon, Manet's "Boy With
but it is a good bet that before the
and great art."
pracpected after spring football
Flute;" Alpha Gamma Delta, Ceztricks, and by the help of its masIn the past three years Mr. Mc tilt is over they will be seeing and
.
I
t
,
over.
tice and basketball are
anne's "Flowers In Vase;" Phi Kapi
ters. Is able to use them so that no
Lean has appeared In 29 states for feeling "Blues."
The outlook for this year's team one Is safe from the fanlike sweep Dr. S. Parkes Cadman Will pa Tau, Plsarro's "Landscape;" Del96 engagements
and 72
is not as bright as was that of last of Its paws. It Is, your majesty, beThe Wildcats will be defending
ta Tau Delta, Van Gogh's "Land
Begin Series of Nine
thus receiving
year, as several promising men have witched so that It has powers of
scape;" Alpha Gamma Rho,
for more than 70 per cent of their Southern Conference leaderAddresses Tuesday,
not returned to school. Principally
ship, their record of two years of
"Landscape;' and Triangle
surpassed only by the Evil
his appearances.
among there are Burress, star
February 16
fraternity. Degas' "Race Track
One. It gropeth In musty corners;
The program which Mr. McLean victories on their floor, and one of
r.
and Wallace,
Scene."
the best collegiate records in the
diggeth out the forgotten scandal
it
will present:
At present the low of the past; and holding It before
Nineteen social organizations apnation.
CLERGY COOPERATES
I. Aria "Baci Amorosi e Carl"
hurdles seem to be the weakest one tears it asunder, baring it to
plied for the pictures and a comContrary to a story in one of the
Mozart
LfA J
event on the program, as both the eye, and all the while It laughs
Local clergy also will cooperate mittee of Dean Sarah Branding,
Aria "II Lacerato SDirito." from local papers which stated that
hurdlers of last season have been most gleefully.
"Aggie" Sale might not be able to
Simon Boccanegro Verdi
with the committee in charge of the Dean C. R. Melcher, Mr. Bart Peak.
graduated and no new material has
Mrs. Sarah Holmes, and Professor
I called It humane, and so It is. week. Sunday, February 14,
n. Pal dit aux etolles Paladilhe Dlay against the Vols, due to a
has been Rannells made the final selection. ELECTION
presented itself. Coach Shively Is Its laugh is not the laugh of one
hip injury, the lanky center's InThe Opium Smoker Mavhew
working on Carl Hand who, he
jury is not serious, and in all
who really Is sneering. Nor yet Is designated as sudents' day in local Professor Rannells Is compiling inThe Floral Dance roid Enalish)
will develop Into a good It the maniacal laughter of the churches and topics of special in- formation about the painters of
Coach Rupp will
Moss
man for this event.
ANNOUNCED Thy Warning is Good (Sones of probability team that swamtwdstart
fiend, but, in the "parlance of the terest to students will be subjects these pictures
and the pictures
the same
the
belly laugh
Crimson Tide Monday nleht
With Kelly and Hieber back for cinema addict, it is the
the Sea) Grieg
for sermons. Lqcal churches co- themselves, to present to the groups
in operating are:
in the near future. He also announcAnother
the dashes, and Malcolm Foster on of one who has found humor
statement which we
III. The Cloths of Heaven Dun- doubt is the one made by Staffofrd.
hand to offer aid if either slips, this the tailless amphibian called the Central Christian church, the ed that he would be willing to R. 0. T. C. Regimental Batta hill
frog attempting to be monarch of Rev. A. W. Fortune will speak on give Information about the proper
department is well fortified. The
lion, and Company SponKangaroo and Dingo, from KJd- - Tennessee's mountainous center, to
Coach Len Miller, who was in
middle distance and long distance the puddle. Ah, but its laugh con- "The Undertow of Life;" First nangmg or them ir so desired.
lmg's "Just So Songs" German
sors to Be Chosen Wed
According to a further statement
event are being contested for by a notes subtlety and straight-forwar- d
Knoxville scouting the Vol Tide
ixra, I Want To Be Willie
Methodist church, the Rev. R. H. by
nesday, Thursday
game. That worthy said. "Tell your
Professor Rannells, it is hoped
score of hopefuls and should prove humor.
Bondage Test
Daugherty will speak on "Youth's
I have, by dint of prodigous labor Religion;"
Wildcats that Tennessee will
the best event for the 'Cats. CapIV.
Woodland
Christian that a taste for art among the varS
ARE ELIGIBLE son Ah. You Lovely Thing Ander them rieht there in their own beat
tain Jake CBryant, Baker, and and stealth, been able to look deep church, the Rev. Hayes Farrish will ious groups of students may be 21
gym
In which they have not been deHocker seem to be the cream of the into the heart of the animal. And speak on "The Permanent Religion;" stimulated by allowing the loan of
Tears. Chinese Theme
I have brought with me. most gra- Calvary BaptiA, church; Rev. T. G. regular size color prints of famous
long distance performers.
The election of R. O. T. C. spon- Lute of Jade" Harris from "Th feated in two years." The Tennes-sean- s
kind,
undoubtedly have no love for
A Ballynure Ballad
The field events are again a sore cious sire, many copies of its
Ecton will speak on "Lives that pictures. Also it Is believed that sors has been set for Wednesday and
Hughes
Wildcats, but the truth of Stafford's
puzzle to Coach Shively as he has for It is to be broadcast throughout Count;" Second Presbyterian this may start a circulating library Thursday, February 17 and 18, acrar Away La Forge
my oath, which
which will grow each semester.
statement remains to be seen and
lost several men from last year's the land. On
cording to an announcement made
knowest thou wouldst not have me church, the Rev. Jesse Herrmann
refuted, we hope.
neid mea Kelly, in the broad
break, I have promised to withhold will speak on "A Personal Creed;"
by Capt. Clyde Grady, who Is In
When
for
Baptist,
DISCUSSED Saturday asked about prosnectsRupp
an2 Ca" these marvels until the tourney of Felix Memorial on "Why Rev. Hea- - j
night. Coach Adoloh
- throw, will pro basketball tomorrow night. Then, ton will speak
charge. The balloting will be held
I Believe
"aid. "I haven't much to sav about
viae points in these events In prac
In Jesus Christ.
in the recitation room of each secthat tame exceDt that Tennessee
FOR
tically every meet, as will Babe to defray the cost of carting the First Presbyterian church, the
tion.
derned varmlts hither, for the in
has a bill club which is plenty good.
Wright, Frank Seale. and Ken An. significant sum of tenpence or one Rev. H. H. Pitzer will speak on
Twenty-on- e
are eligible for
Their men are all big. and two of
drews In the shot-pand discuss
the election, which includes one
I shall allow all who wish see "The Challenge of Modern Youth;"
Event Will Be thpm are regular skvscrarters."
tnrow. scaley Roberts, state record dime,marvel of
regimental, two battalion, and seven
age of unreason. Maxwell Presbyterian church, the
the
Down at Knoxville earlier in the
H. M.
holder in the high Jump may re this
Held at 8 p, m. Friday,
company sponsors. The duties of
And. Kingle old boy, the issue of Rev. "Quest Morgan will speak on
"won th 'Cats were barelv able
gain nis iorm 01 lour years ago the Kampus Kat is the nertz.
of Reality;" Christ
the
the sponsors will be to march with
March 4, in Alumni
to stave off a last half rally bv the
when he hurled himself over the
Church Episcopal, the Rev. Christotheir organizations on all official
Vols to win bv a
8
score. Howbar at six feet, and if so will probpher Sparling will speak on "Self
and ceremonious occasions.
The
ever, the Kentuckians were tired
Violinist elected sponsors will receive honorably take a good many first places
Management;" at St. Peter's Cath- World Renowned
FUND
Plans for an
amateur then, havine nlaved arame on two
Will Appear Monday,
this season.
olic church there will be the regular
ary titles: the regimental sponsor
niehts. and having travelmass at 9:30 o'clock and at 8 o'clock
will be given the title of colonel, circus to be presented at 8 p. m..
February 15
It Is not yet too late to come out
Friday. March 4.
of tb
tonight Rabbi Lawrence Kahn will
the battalion sponsor the title of gymnasium, were in the Alumni ed Dracticnllv all Saturdaytime thev
for track and all men who think ENDS NEXT
discussed at the were not plavine.
night on
conduct a Young People's forum
they can run or can participate in
One of the high points of Lexing- major, and the company sponsor meeting of the executive committee the home floor
thev will be anxious
at the Ashland Avenue temple.
any other track or field event are
ton's musical season will be reached the title of captain.
to show that thev can romp on the
Mimeographed ballots listing the of the Y. W. C. A., at 8 o'clock Tuesurged by Coach Shively to come out. Mite Boxes Distributed by
Monday night at the Woodland auday night in Patterson hall.
Vols in good fashion.
ditorium, when Mischa Elman. world candidates will be issued the in- tions are being extended to InvitaAlpha Gamma Delta Soror- Officers Elected
The first meet will probably be
When ouestioned as to who would
all sostructors of the military science cial and honorary
renowned violin virtuoso, will give
with Georgetown, on Stoll field, ality to be Collected Monday,
to be eiven
fraternities and received
the
By Relations Club a recital. The concert Is on the classes. The ballots will be prepar- sororities and independent groups Candloto the radio company tobv the
though it has not yet been decided.
Music
Tuesday
Fine Arts associations program, ed by companies and for reeimental to participate in side shows and ring Cat who plaved
The fans will get only one other
game
the best
The inMiss Anna Chandler Goff, lmpres-air- and battalion sponsors.
opportunity of seeing the Big Blue
aeainst the Tide. Crwoh Runn
Monday and Tuesday members of International Relations Group
structors will then issue one ballot acts.
tracksters In action, the meet with
Trophies will be given for the best
"Nobodv in this world will
Prepares Plans for
sorority
the Alpha Gamma Delta
A comparatively young artist. El- to each student, who will indicate women's performance
Louisville.
and the best know who eets that radio, except
will begin collection of the 1.500
Semester
man has endeared himself to lovers his choice by placing a check mark men's performance.
The following men have reported mite boxes which have been disuntil after the tournament If
of music in all countries. His ren- opposite the name of the candidate will be put on display The troDhiesime. die in the meantime,
to Coach Shively: Andrews, Adams, tributed over the university camat
Dunn
the secret
The International Relations club dition of difficult modern compo- he favors. The ballots will not be Drug company, Maxwell the Lime- - I
Arand, Burns, Bell. Baker, C. Bickle, pus and in the city of Lexington,
will go with me to the grave."
and
held its regular meeting at 4 o'clock sitions has earned him the praise signed and sophomores will vote for stone streets.
Barr, Coffman. C, Coman, O. B., thus bringing to a close a drive for Tuesday
Durine the Dast week of practice
company sponsors onlv.
203. Adminisafternoon
The committee in charge of the Coach Rudd has tried his two or
Carter. J. Darnell, Emmerich, Fos- funds covering a period of approx tration building, forinthe purpose of of the most recondite critics, and
The instructors will collect the circus is
'
his phonograph records of simpler
ter, M., Hlrsch, Ooebel, Gottlieb, imately three weeks.
headed by Marianna Lan- - three combinations.
He has used
reorganization and reelection of
airs has made his name a household ballots, place them in envelopes
caster. Those assisting her are both Sale and DeMoisev at center,
Harvey, Hieber, Howell, Hubble O.,
Members of the sorority will colword among the common people. vided and seal them in the presence Alice Lane, chairman of fraternity and also "Dutch" Kreuter at forMiller. Lowenthal. Mahan, Miller, lect all mite boxes which have been
The officers elected were: Sidney More than a million records of his of the sections. The envelories will
McOaughey, Martin, Mains, Milli-kedistributed in fraternity and soror- T. Schell, Jr., president; Thomas R. recordings of "Humoresque" have then be delivered by the instructors and sorority groups; Lois E. Neal, ward. It is likely that the "Dutchorganiza- man" will see service during the
O'Brient. Ohr, Parrish. Parrent, ity houses, offices of faculty mem- Lynch,
to Captain Grady and the votes, will chairman of honorary
Elizabeth been sold.
Taelin, Kelly,, Whitlowe, and Yager. bers, in the library, and in the uni Ann Ewing, secretary,
be counted In his presence of a tions: Helen Darnell, chairman of same against the Vols. There have
and John M.
Mischa Elman was born In Rusthe independent group and other been no shifts in
guard posiThe schedule, subject to change, versity Commons. Town students Kane, Treasurer.
sia, gave his first concert at the committee consisting of the cadet campus activities, and Lillian Gooch. tions of Worthingtontheand Johnson,
ioiiows:
and students not affiliated with soReorganization of the club con- age of five, and was awarded a colonel, cadet lieutenant colonel, publicity
nor Darbv's forward position.
chairman.
April 2 Georgetown,
tentative, cial organizations have been re- sisted in the appointment of the scholarship in the Academy of and the two cadet majors.
"Aggie" Sale turned on with 17
In order to avoid duplication of
place undecided
quested to bring their boxes either program committee, headed by Clyde Music at Odessa. Not long
Continued on Page Four)
afterstunts, letters have been sent to the Doints against Alabama and now
April 6 U. of Louisville, "here
to the dean of women's office in Reeves, and the publicity committee, ward at the age of 10. he entered
sororities and fraternities requesting has a total of 107 points in the
April 18 Vanderbilt. there
the basement of the Administration whose chairman Is Elizabeth Ewing. the Imperial Conservatory at St.
them to notify he Y. W. C. A. of- Southern Conference. He is leadVotes
April 23 Georgia Tech, there
building or to the university
Ben Stark gave a comprehensive Petersburg.
fice
concerning
their tentative ing all Southern Conference playApril 30 U. of Cincinnati ( tenIn McVey hail.
report of "Spanish Problems DurFrom this time on Elman rose
$50 to Loan
plans for ring acts or side shows on ers in Individual scoring. This boy
Carolyn S. Custard, chairman of ing the Last Ten Years."
tative), there
rapidly In the muiscal world. In
or before noon Saturday. February has done great offensive work
May 7 Tennessee, there
the drive, has made an appeal to The club has as its purpose
age of 11, he played in Scabbard and Blade Hopes to 13. Groups desiring suggestions for throughout the season. He has made
1914.
May 14 Conference meet, Birm- all students and faculty members discussion and famllarlzation the many at the
of
European musical centers. He
working out stunts may communiit possible for the Wildcats to use
ingham. Alabama
urging the mto contribute to this events of International interest. was brought
Set Precedent for Other
to America in 1908.
(Continued on Page Four)
cate with the Y. W. C. A. office.
of which will go Discussion is aided by pamphlet
fund, three-fourtOrganizations
and it is claimed by some that he
Cooperation of members of the
to the student loan fund and one
gave the first violin recital in this
Appointed
faculty in presenting the show also
fourth of which will go to the Jin. Endowment for international Peace country, .efore that
Held
Kentucky chapter of Scabbard
it had
solicited.
Several
emoloyed of Lexington.
is
To Men's Council perative, she says, that all ItboxesIm which is published weekly and gives been thought that time audience and Blade, national honorary mili- has been their intentions of have
an
signified
prebe a summary of
By Six Sororities
Tuesday
International events. would
reported Dr. Amry Vandenbosch of the hours, not listen to a violin for two tarytofraternity.$50 from night vot- senting acts in the show.
Meeting at 4 o'clock Thursday turned In on time. It is are reits treasury
donate
and it had been customary ed
The circus is the first
of its
a number of students
Pledging of 15 university women
that
afternoon in the Administration maining In school solely upon the political science department is to vary the program with some other to the Student Loan Fund of the kind ever presented on affair
the univer- by six social sororities was held at
faculty sponsor of the club.
building for the first time this
university. The money has been sity campus.
instrument
The plan has been 3 oclock Monday afternoon. Preferexpectation that the student loan
semester, the Men's Student council
Since first coming to America turned over to the administrators of attempted at other universities,
be revived.
appointed James Fahey to represent fund will raised in the drive will be Lexington Boy Scout Elman attained a more perfect tech- the fund by Capt. Clyde Grady, where it has met with outstanding ence pledging, conducted by Miss
Money
Sarah G. Blanding, dean of wonique and a more practised mastery liason officer and faculty advisor
the freshman class on the council given outright to those who prove
to the committee men, brought to a close the week
the organization.
and also passed resolutions to be themselves worthy. Although three-fourtAnnounced of the mechanical details of his ofMembers of Scabbard and Blade success, accordingcoming event.
in charge of the
of informal rushing following the
sent to the athletic council.
art. and while he has undoubtedly
of the fund will be given to
opening of the second semester.
Fahey, Louisville, freshman in the student loan fund. It Is not conawarding of three Eagle been overpraised there can be no this week expressed the belief that
The
The new pledges:
the college of Arts and Science and nected in any way with the student badges, the highest Scout award, question but that he is one of the by giving to the fund the action William S.
Alpha Delta Theta: Josephine
a pledge of Alpha Tau Omega was loan association.
will be a feature of the fourth an- greatest violinists of recent times would set a precedent for other orAs
Moore. Frankfort; Lois Sullenger.
ganizations
on the campus. At
selected to take the place of James
A committee composed of Dean nual Boy Scout exposition which He is credited with introducing the
Marion; Edna Brumatien. Lexington.
Barney, president of the freshman Sarah G. Blanding,
tonight at 8 Tchaikovsky violin concerto into present the fund is exhausted, and
Prof. W. 8. will be conducted
Alpha Xi Delta:
Jean Winser.
William Ardery, Paris, senior in
class, who did not return to the Webb, and Bart Peak will have o'clock in the Alumni gymnasium, America, and with making the first the heavy demands which have been
made upon It recently, have not the department of journalism of Miami. Florida: Betty Watkins, Lextour.
university this semester.
As the complete charge of the distribution according to plans released by L. R. violin recital
the College of Arts and Sciences. ington.
Elman's program for Monday been met.
other wo officers of the class were of funds.
Bucher, Scout executive.
Chi
Formal initiation ceremonies were who has been coiuiected with the son, Omega: Mary Andrews Pers,
both
the constitution proThe program of the evening will night's concert (includes composiA.shland: Marie Kocher,
years,
vided the council with the power
Include a Washington pageant, first tions by Handel, Mendelssohn, Beet- held bv the fraternity Tuesday niuht staff of The Kernel for three
N. Y.; Bess Reynolds, Augusta.
NOTICE!
hoven, and Chopin.
for Eldon Evans. Robert Allen Wiss, yesterday submitted his resignation
of appointing his successor.
aid demonstrations,
erection of
Delta Delta Delta: Jennie Lee.
as associate editor. He will accept
and John Epps.
awarding of civil
overnight shelters,
Commenting on the crowded conPositions are oien on the
for the Louisville; Margaret Hawkins,
A cadet hop Saturday afternoon a position as correspondent
SOCIAL WILL BE GIVEN
service badges, and presentation of
ditions at the babketball games and
staff of The Kernel.
Enquirer. Ardery has
and a dinner dance tonight are ac- Cincinnati
Eagle badges.
three
the apparent sale of seats which
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Betty
Students desiring the positions
A social sponsored by the Baptist tivities which are planned by the held various potations on the staff
Dr. A. S. Hendricks Is chairman
have been reserved for the student
are requested to report to the
of the paper, having risen from re- Webster, Pontiac, Michigan: Marof the local Court of Honor and Student council will be given at organization for this week end.
body, the council passed the resoluN.
Y;
news office between 1 and 3
porter to the position of editor. For garet Brown, Sloatsburg,
Officers of the fraternity:
will be In charge of the presenta- 7:30 tonight u the Women's gym
tion calling this fact to the atteny
years he has written Mildred Hart. Lexington.
o'clock Monday afternoon.
tion of the awards. There are 400 nasium A program of music and Clarence Yeager, president; Bent-le- the past two
retion of the athletic council and
(Signed) Gilbert Kingsbury
Theta Sigma Tau: Mary HamilWil'Sneers. Snickers, and Scandals"
Sampson,
Scouts In Lexington and a large at games have been arranged and all
queuing the consideration of the
ton Nugent, Lexington; Ruth
News Editor
tendance of scouts and their friends students are cordially Invited to be liam Smith, secretary, and Bryd and other feuture articles under the
requirements in making
student
Lexington.
pen name of Derek Smythetield.
Kasanjean, treasurer.
present.
is expected.
seating provisions at the games.
LOUISVILLE IS ONLY
ENGAGEMENT AT HOME

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EDITOR OUSTED
The editor of the Centre College
Cento was misted this week at the
instigation of Presidrnt Turck. Al
though The Kernel dors not agree
with the views which the former
editor expressed In his editorial on
marriage, which was responsible for
the change in editors. It cannot but
find a certain reasonableness In the
editor's assertion that the constitu
tional guarantee of free speech was
violated when he lost his position.
College and university newspapers
should be but miniatures "of the
modern dally paxr. Supervision
which Is not placed on the latter
group should not be exercised over
collegiate papers.
Had the administration overlooked the editorial In The Cento it is
doubtful If it would have attracted
much attention. By calling atten- tion to it the administration brought
about the precise condition which
it sought to avoid. Readers of the
editorial would have been prone to
of its
discredit the intellectuality
writer had not the Centre president
seen fit to oust the editor because
of it.

Religious emphasis week, a period delegated for student appreciation and study of religious problems, opened Wednesday and will
continue until Thursday. February
directed by the
18. The program,
Young Men's and the Young WoInmen's Christian associations.
cludes general discussions by university men and women under the
leaders,
competent
of
guidance
features addresses by such a renowned speaker as Dr S. Parkes
a
Cadman, and sponsors
Sunday.

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If some of the students stay
around the university much longer,
they will be eligible for some kind
of a pension

"Students who fail to make a
standing will be barred from camand Blade, national
Scabbard
honorary military fraternity voted pus activities." Oh well, the Jester
this week to donate $50 to the Stu- needs a rest anyway!
dent Loan fund. This donation, although it may not be materially
significant, is an expression of helpfulness and goodwill which is most
meritorious.
Many campus organizations could
afford to make similar contributions
to the fund, and no wiser method of
charity could be chosen than such
a contribution.
Under present conditions there
are many students who deserve the
opportunity to procure it. The Student Loan fund is the ideal mechanism for this purpose, and the
donation by Scabbard and Blade
recognizes its usefulness on the
campus.

WAR AND YOUTH
It always had been our impression
that youth was impetuous, adventurous, careless. We believed that
young men loved conflict and fight-ins- :,
and that war almost always was
traceable in some degree to this
youthful enthusiasm.
At present China and Japan are
enaed in a war which at times
suggests that the United States
might be involved. This belief is
little credited, and that circumstance
is mott unlikely. This may be responsible for the lack of inteie.t
in the conflict which is beiim displayed by the younger generation.
Perhaps the memory of the last
war holds in check the spirit which
dually makes youth enthusiastic
over the prospect of war. or
the youth of oday is saner and
more mature than were their elders
at the same age. At any rate, the
current attitude toward conflict is
one which is an excellent example
of the public consciousness of the
benefits of peace
Since youth does not want to
fight it is hardly likely that there
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Dame Rumor whispers that the
some
are sponsoring
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sort of impromptu
bridge contest.
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This week's simile: As snobbish
as a guy who got his name in
"Sneers and Snickers."

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