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The Kentucky Kernel
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
LEXINGTON, KY., SEPT. 26, 1919

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President Sounds Keynote
of Session in Ringing:
Speech to Crowded
Chapel
New Dean of Women Is
Introduced and Receives
Cordial Welcome
are entering upon a year
with the greatest importance,
ia the first vear since the dec
of peace," declared President
McVey at the opening. xercises of the
University Wednesday morning in
chapel.
"We
fraught
since it
laration

Practically every seat was occupied
and much enthusiasm was shown on
the part of members of the student
body and faculty. This was especially
evident when, at the close of his adn
dress, Dr. McVey introduced Miss
Kimrall and the students re
sponded with cheers and clapping of
hands. One of the features of the program was a violin solo, a selection
from II Trovatore, delightfully rendered by Professor Carl Lampert, accompanied by Mrs. Lampert.
Dr. McVey's talk was on the subject
of University problems in their relation to national life. He stated that
the opening of the college year is always of great moment to the student
because the inspiration and hope
which impels him at 'that time must
jjarry him through if he Is to have a
successful collegiate career. According to the speaker, the University requires only two things of its students
that they be first, gentlemen and
ladies, and second, conscientious
workers.
Without denying the importance of
outside interests, he stressed the fact
that the real purpose of the Unlver-slis to train the mind to do the
work which is required of the college
graduate. This aim can be reached
only when the student applies himself
to his college work.
"It is tho responsibility of colleges
to epable the graduate to apply a
trained mind with a high conscience
to the problems with which he is confronted in life," said Dr. McVey. "Hero
opportunities are offered, to come in
touch with the highest ideals in the
world, and to make friendships such
as may never be made again."
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The speaker believes that the solving of University problems is merely
that studonts
a matter of
roust work together to establish tine
tt editions of honor. Democracy is
especially essential. It is the president's desire that a system of student
government be established as soon as
possible. Ho praised the women of
the dormitories who last year began
student government at Patterson Hall
nnd urged that men and women extend, the work to the campus.
Amoug the improvements which

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Students returning 'to the University
that the summer has brought
about many changes on the campus.
The construction of better roads, the
erection of new buidlngs and the remodeling of old buildings are included
in the improvements
which were
effected during vacation.
The deep gullies nnd holes in the
drive on the University
campus, the old cupola of the Main
Building decorated with numerals of
classes that have long since passed
out into the world are all things of
the past. The main drive from the
entrance on South Lim&stane.pa&t.tJie
Administration
ini I old '.tflidmiafry.
Biiiding back to. LJnjestone,. north, pf
the Agriculture JirlldlnK, :ha$'.i)een
made over with Kentucky rock asphalt
and now offers the biQgett)e prfrspr
the smallest of bicycles a smooth
passage.
find

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"Big

Brother" Movement
Started by T" Members
Brings Happy Results

The total enrollment of students in
tho University at the time the Kernel
went to press was 9G2, a number
which will In all probability go beyond
the 1,000 mark. On tho first two days
of registration,
crowds of students
thronged about the registration desks
until even ever cheerful profs threatened to form a union and strike for
shorter hours.
New students were met by representatives of the X. M. C. A. and Y.
W. C A. and directed to the offices
of the registrar and business agent.
An information bureau to aid them
In the search for rooms and for employment outside of school hours was
also in charge of the "Y." To accommodate the large number enrolling the Gymnasium was used for class
ification and representatives of all de
partments of all colleges were kept
busy arranging schedules.
Seven disabled soldiers enrolled at
the University Monday under the provisions of the Federal Board of Vocational, which supervises the education
of the men. Between thirty and forty
men disabled in the service will probably be trained at the University at
government expense this year. T. J.
North, special agent of the board for'
District 7, said that approximately 700
men in the district, which comprises
Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio, had been
placed in schools, and that many more
would come to the University.
"The soldiers are allowed to choose
the course of training they wish to pursue, and are then sent to the institutions where they will have the best instruction in those courses," Mr. North
said. "The University of Kentucky has
the best College of Mines In the district, and probably the best In the
country, excepting that of Colorado.
Naturally men who wish to study such '
work are sent to Lexington.
Numbers of men who want work in

THE TOP SOON

Sum
Funds to erect a Kentucky 'Memorial
on the campus of the University

The former Mess Hall will be turned into a gymnasium for women and
will be remodelled within a short time.

new building has been erected on
the Experiment Farm and will be comDISPENSARY OPENS.
pleted within four weeks. It is 67 by
42 feet and will contain a judging
The University Dispensary will be arena and two class rooms. Classes
open Thursday in the New Dormitory. in Animal Husbandry Department will
Miss Lockhart will be in attendance begin within the next ten days and
each day. Dr. Wilson will be in at- will train an International Stock Judg
tendance Tuesday and Friday, 3:30 to ing Team. There are also several
4:30 p. m.
prospective improvements which prom- iso to keep hammer and saw busy until
DR. TIGERT IN CHAPEL.
early Spring.
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The exterior of many buildings has
been painted. Tne whistle, blowing
doeful hours for beginning classes and
joyful hours for release, has also become extinct, and an electric bell system with two or more bells In each
building has been adopted. The Old
Dorm or White Hall which is nearlng
completion is to be used for many pur
poses. The first floor will be devoted
to the use of the Botany Department;
the second floor to the Little Theatre;
the Economics Department, the Girls'
Rest Room and the office of the Dean
of Women. The Art and Design and
the Music Departments will be on the
third floor and the Band will occupy
the fourth.

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Prof. L. IC. Frankel, one of the
outstanding figures in the College of
Engineering for a period of about
Proeighteen years has rcsignod.
fessor Frankel will tako up work in
architectural and engineering practice
in and about Lexington.
He has been a very important factor in the training of the student engineers and by his departure the
is losing a valuable man.
Professor Frankel came to tho University of Kentucky in 1897 and was
graduated in the class of 1900. With
the exception of two years that he was
associated with the B. F. Stuttevant
Company, of Boston, he has been
teaching in the College of Engineering
of this University.

Electric Bell System Takes
Place of Whistle; New
Building Erected on
Experiment Farm

Dr. John J. Tisert. who returns to
STOCK IN WILDCAT TEAM
tho University after n year spent in
RISES AS STARS RETURN.
war work oversens, was the speaker
In chapel exercises Tuesday morning.
Stock in the Wildcat team rises
His subect was, "The Value of Edu- Hteadily with tho return of formerj
cation as Shown by the World War."
stars to tho gridiron. "Big Jim"!
have been effected during tho summer, Server, "Shorty" Helck and Paul Hite.
Dr. McVey discussed the building of all former first team men, who have
tho Little Theater, the establishing of been on "Service" teams since leaving
an infirmary and the opening of college, are expected back in school
and on Stoll Field during tho week.
courses in Red Cross work.

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Tho Kernel begins Its work for the
year with an eight page edition this
weCk. The opening of the University
found several members of the old staff
hack on the Job and numerous promising freshmen and "old faithfuls" who
found their way back to the Kernel
office were pressed Into service to
make this issue a good forerunner of
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tho year's work.
Owing to the fact that the staff is
still incomplete, it is the plan of the
editors to devote the first few weeks
to filling those places which are still
vucant. An opportunity will be given
to any newcomers at the University
or any others whose journalistic talent
has not yet come under the notice of
the department, to demonstrate their
ability to hold a place on the college
paper. Selections for the staff will
be made of those who submit the most
promising work. Assignments will be
given to those who apply at the Kernel
office, in the basement of the Admin- lstration Building Saturday morning.
Besides the positions of
managing editor and assistant
managing editor, which are held by
Gavin Norment, Miss Louise Will and
P,ob Raible, respectively, only two appointments have been made. Donald
Dinning wil lbe sporting editor and
Mr. Herndon Evans, Squirrel Food
editor.
Dinning's admirable work on the
staff last year led to his early appointment this year. He will have
complete charge of the sporting page
this year, with the help of students
who will be chosen with the rest of
tho staff.
Mr. Evans returns to the University
after an absence of two years. He will
be a junior in the Department of Journalism.
Two other members of last year's
staff, Adele Slade and Margaret
who were contributors to this
week's issue, will be on the staff, but
their exact places have not yet been
determined.

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Kentucky as a tribute to those who
gave their lives in the war with Germany have been raised to the extent
of about half the amount needed, not
counting the result of the efforts of
the alumni of the University of Kentucky and former Kentuckians in other
States, according to the information
received by the campaign manager,
Prof. W. E. Freeman, of the University.
Many of the counties neglected to
start their campaign last Monday and
many others will hold their drive this
week. One county is definitely known
to have gone over the top. General E.
II. Woods, of Allen county, wired Professor Freeman that Allen county had
pledged $1,400 and would give more.
Allen's quota was $1,000. Louisville
raised a little over half of her $00,000
quota.
Kentucky mine operators have man- ifested an interest in the movement
and Professor Freeman said that W.
A. Duncan, of Greenville, would be in
charge of the drive among the oper
ators of Western Kentucky and that
K. U. Maguire, of Louisville, would
tako charge of the Eastern Kentucky
district for this work.
In New York, Howard Ingels, an
alumnus of the University ,ls active
among his fellow nlumnl and former
Kentuckians of wealth, whether alumni or not, and W. L. Burnaugh is
chairman of n similar movement in
Chicago.
Tho campaign will he continued next
weok In counties where it has not
been completed, with tho prospect of
f
the
having to raise about
total $300,000 if tho drive is a
one-hal-

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STUDENTS TO REPORT
FOR CLASS TEAMS
Class spirit will be exhibited in athletic contests within the next few
weeks. Four football teams representing the Freshman, Sophomore,
Junior and Senior classes will be organized next week, and will be coached by competent members of the faculty. Classmen who desire- places on
tho four class teams should report to
"Daddy" Boles for further instructions.
A Held for the class teams to practice on is being prepared and work
will begin immediately after the regular teams and subs are chosen. Tho
games will be played in a series and
tho winner will be decided by tho
process of elimination.

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General Directory of
The University of Ky.
.. For the Information of new student of
I'nlvorslty, who nro supposed not to
tli
lio urqunlnted with lorntlon of clnss rooms,
libraries nnd name of vnrlous building on
the ground, the Kernel takes plenniiro In
publishing tlio following general directory
In the hope thiit It will ellmlnntc much of
the confusion liltlierto experienced Ity ntu
dent who nre entering rlnne for the first
time.
.situation of llulldlns:.
IMiirntlonnl Itulldlng
The Educational
I'.ulldlng, tho first bulbing nn entering the
North gntn, Ik occupied by the Departments
il
of Kilticntlun nnd Philosophy. On tho
nnd third Moors of thin building In the
Model .School.
(lymnneliim lltilldlng To tho south of the
Kdnnutlon Itulldlng on tho miiln rond In tho
Here
Gymnasium lltilldlng or Altimnl Hnll.
tho Armory, Men's ISymnnsum, the offices of
Commnndnnt, Mcn'n Physical Director,
the
the Athletic; Conch, the Y. M. C. A. Secretary, the V. M. C. A. Heading nnd Hecre-ntlo- n
Rooms mny ho found.
Administration Hulldlng Midway between
the North nnd South Raton on the main
Here,
road Is the Administration Huldng.
the offices of Administration, Departments
o'f Kngllsh, .lournnllsm, History, Latin, GorLanguages, College
man nnd Homiinco

Gymnasium Building.
Mr, Whipple, Superintendent of Grounds,
10S.

Oollrjrc of Arts nnd Srlrnrr.
Dean Boyd, II. 107 Administration Building.
(First Floor.)
Department of Anatomy nnd Physiology,
Doctor Pryor. Class Room, 207 Science
Office
Hall; Laboratory, SOS Sclenco Hnll.
between Laboratory nnd Clnss Room.
Department of Ancient Lnngunges nnd

I.lternture, Professor Jones. (Third Floor
Administration Building, north wing.) Clnss
Room, SOS Administration Building,
Depnrtment of Art and Design, Professors
Beck and Bates. (Third Floor White Hnll).
Clnss Rooms, Professor Beck, 301, Professor
Untes,

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Depnrtment of Botany, Doctor Shull, Pro(First Floor, Whtto
fessor MncFarland.
Hall.) Office 101-General Laoratory 102,
Recitation Aoom 101, Plant Physiology 103.
ecture Room 203, (Little Theatre) Chemistry.
New Chemistry Building, Professors Max-so- n
nnd Mltchel, Lecture Rooms 201, 203,
205; nborntory 101.
Old Chemistry Building, Doctors Tuttle.
Chapel, Cafetorln. l'ostofllce and Supply De- Bedford nnd Bancroft, Offices, Doctor Tuttle
partment nre situated.
10S.
Bedford 101, Bancroft 107; Lecture
White Hall White Hall, formerly the Rooms 201, 101; Laorntorles 205, 107 101,
Old Dormitory, Is back from the road be203.
Economics
tween the Administration nnd Gymnasium
Frofessor Wclst, Professor
Huildlngs. Here is tho new home of tho Cleland. (Second Floor, White Hnll.) Class
Departments of Botany, Art and Design, Rooms 205, 206.
Kconomlcs,
"I.lttle Theatre," Department
Red Cross, Professor Best. 1st nnd 4th
of Music nnd Hand Room.
Hours Tiles. Thurs. Sat., Room 103.
Women's Gymnasium Behind White Hall
Education, Professors Noe, Baker. James
Is the Women's Gymnasium.
nnd Mny. ( Education Building nnd New
Office, 102 Education Building;
Old Chemistry Building Tho Old Chem- Dorm.)
istry Building lies directly south of the Class Rooms, Professor Noe 100, Professor
Administration Building. It Is given over to Baker 105 (Education Building), Professors
advanced work In chemistry.
James and May 203 (New Dorjn)., Smlthj
New "Dorm" Behnd the Old Chemistry Hughes Insturctor (Office) 101.
j
Building Is tho "New Dorm." Here are the
Department of English, Profefsorsj FJr.;
Departments of Bacteriology, Psychology, quhar, Bradley, Jewell, Male, Whiting und
(Administration 'BullAlrjgt "'.did
and the Girl's nest Room.
Slmrall.
Natural Science To the southeast of the Dorm). Office. 104 Science VHaJl , (Jlass
Building Is the Science Rooms, Professor Farquhar 302 South Wlpg
Administration
Hnll. Here nre the Departments of Zoology, Administration Building (Third Floor), pdi
Tho fessor Bradley, 301 South Wing AdmlAfstrtt-(oology and Anatomy nnd Physiology.
Law College Is situated on the third floor Hon Building (Third Floor), Miss Jewell.
Of tills bulMlllK.
205
North Wing Administration Building
Hall To the southeast of (.leonn.l
Mechnnlcnl
Mr. Wllltlng, 204 North
(Second
Building
.Science Hnll is Mechanical Hall. In this Wing
Administration
building Is the office of the Dean of the Floor), Mr. Mable, 203 Second Floor Old
Engineering College, tho Departments of Dorm, Miss King. Library.
Mechanical Engineering, Electrical EngiDepartment of Geology, Professor Miller
neering and Drawing. The Annex, back of (Second Floor, Science Hall), Office 201.
Mechanical Hall, Is given over to the
Lecture Room 203.
Electrical, Woodshop and AutoDepartment of German. Professor Melcher.
mobile Laboratories.
Office, between President and Dean of Arts
Mining Engineering Building To the east and Science First Floor.
of Science Hall Is the Mining Engineering
Administration Building, Clnss Room 304
Building. Here are the offices of the Stato Third Floor North Wing Administration
Inspector of Mines, Assistant State Inspector Building.
and the Department of Mines and MetalDepartment of History Doctor Tuthlll,
lurgy.
Professor Butt (Second Floo AdministraCivil Engineering and Physics Building
tion Building, South Wing, Class Room,
Southeast of Mechanical Hall Is tho Civil Doctor Tuthlll 203, Profesor Butt 202.
Engineering and Physics Building. Here,
Department
Professor
of Journalism,
the Departments of Civil Engineering, Grehan, Miss McLaughlin. (Basement AdPhysics and the Department of Mathematics ministration
Building.) Office 2, Class
and Astronomy are housed.
Rooms, Profesor Grehan 3, Miss McLaugh
"
New Chemistry Building South of the lin 2.
Chemistry
Chemistry Bulld'ng is tho New
Department of Mathematics and Astron
Building, whe,
preliminary work Is done. omy, Dean Boyd, professors smitn, uavis.
Observatory In front of the Chemistry Downing and Rces. (Third Floor Civil and
Building Is the Astronomical Observatory.
Physics Building.) Class Rooms, Professor
Agricultural Hall In the southwest corner Smith 308, Professor Downing 303, Professor
of Davis 310, Professor Rees 305.
of the campus Is Agricultural Hall, home
the Departments of Horticulture, Animal
Department of Military Science, Major
Husbandry, Farm Management nnd Homo Tucker (Commnndunt). Office of CommandEconomics,
ant, 107 (First Floor, Gymnasium Building.)
Experimental Station Is situated south of Armory,- 101 (First Floor, Gymnasium
Washington and Building.) Class Room, Armory.
tho University between
Virginia Avenues.
Department of Music, Professor Lampert.
Tho Experimental Station Farm Is also Class Rooms, 306 and 401 Old Dorm.
south of tho University and about n mile
Department of Philosophy, Doctor Granout on the Nlcholasvllle pike.
ville Terrell. Class Room. 103 (First Floor
Tho general University
The Library
Educatlonul Building).
Library Building Is directly east of the AdDepartment of Physical Education Proministration Building.
fessors Boles and GUI. (Gymnasium BuildPatterson ing, First Floor). Office, First Floor, GymMaxwell and Patterson Halls
and Maxwell Halls, the rlgU dormitories, nasium Building). Gymnasium. 104, 106,
of a mile north of tho
nro
Women. Mrs. Stout, Miss Blandlng (Womcampus. Patterson Hall Is on South Llmo-ston- o an's Gymnasium Building).
and Maxwell Hall faces Harrison
Department of Physics, Professors Webb,
avenuo and directly adjoins Patterson Hall. Angel, Pence. (Second Floor, Civil and
Residence of Doctor Patterson East of Physics Building.) Office 101 (First Floor.)
tho Library Building Is the Residence of Class Rooms, 200, 103, 105, Laboratory 202.
President Emeritus Patterson.
Department of Psychology, Doctors Tlgert
President's Residence East of the Civil and Cornell.
(Second and Third Floors.
Building, facing Ilose streot, Is the Residence New Dorm.) Class Rooms, Doctor Tlgert
of President McVey.
302, Doctor Cornell 206.
Administrative Office.
Department of Romance Language, Pro(First Floor Administration Building;.)
fessor Kembrod, Miss Barrett. Class Rooms,
President McVey, 100.
204
Administration
Professor Kembrod,
Mr. Peak, Business Agent, 110.
Building, (Second Floor, South Wing) ; Miss
Mr. GIUIs, Registrar, 104.
Barrett, 204, 301, 302, 205, Administration
Dean of Men, be- Building.
Professor Melcher,
tween President and Dean of Arts and
Department: of Zoology, Doctor Funk-house- r,
Science.
(First Floor Science
Mr. McCurty.
Miss Slmrall. Dean of Women; Stuff Room
Hull.) Office 102, Lecture Room 105, Labof Llbrury.
oratories, Entomology 10$, Hereptology 103,
Doctor Pryor, University Examining PhyHistology nnd Embryology 107, Osteology
7
Kclenco Hull.
sician,
' Doctor
University Dispensary, 101.
Wilson,
Note Due to tho delay In finishing
New "Dorm."
Professor Rhouds, High School Inspector, "White Hull" cuused by the present shortage of inuterlul tho following departments
101.
Mr. Owens, Y. M. C. A. Secretary, 204 will for the present be found:

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lloom 2, Kilurntlonnl llulldlnp; Clnm llooniK.
302, 304 "New Dorm."
Deportment of Zoolopy, Itccltntlon tloom.
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Deportment of HnRllMi, t'rofcunor Mnhle.
MIm Slmrall.
rolleirr of Agriculture.
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Depnrtmcnt of Agronomy, Trofennorn Ilnli-ni- t,
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Department of Drawing. Professors
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nnd Horlne (Second Floor Mechanical
Hnll). Office. Professor Nollenu 203. Glnss
Rooms.
Professor VN'ollcau 101, Professor
Horlne 207 (Civil and Physics Building).
Blue Print Room 203. Sophomore Drnwlng
Room 204, Senior Drawing Room, on the
first Vloor left of entrance.
Department of Electrical Engineering,
Professors Freemen and Bureau. (Second
Floor Mechanical Hall Side Entrance.)
Department of Mechanical Engineering,
Professor Freeman 210. Class Room 112.
Professors Anderson, Curtis and Hawkins.
(Second
Floor. Side Entrance.)
Offices.
Professor Curtis 206, Professor Hawkins, off
Senior Drawing Room. CIubs Rooms. Professor Curtis 200, Professors C. If. Anderson
and Hawkins 200 (Front Entrance).
Department of Mining Engineering. Mines
and Metallurgy, Professors Norwood, Crouse
and Bnrr. (Mining Engineering Building.)
Offices, Professor Norwood
102.
Professor
Crouse 202, Professor Barr 207. Class Rooms,
Mine Drawing Room 202, Mining Engineering Lecture Room 203, Mine Ore Dressing
.206 Metallurgy Class Room 205.
Metallurgical Laboratories 205, 20fi, Mining Lab
oratory Building.
Department of Practical Mechanics, Mr.
(First Floor Mechanical, Hall).
Dicker.
Office Mr. Dicker 100A. Woodshop Laboratory 106. Forge Shop, Mr. Thurmann and
Saunter, Laboratory 110.
College of Law.
(Third Floor Science Hall.) Dean Lafferty,
Professors Summers, Chnlkley, Hamilton nnd
Ooble.
Offices Dean Lafferty 305, rofesxors
Summers 303A, Mr. Hamilton 301, Mr. Coble
301A, Judge Chnlkley 303. Class Rooms 30C,
307, 306.

Student Activities.
Y. M. C. A. (Second Floor Gymnasium
Building). Office of Mr. Owens. Secretary
204. Reading Room 203, Billiard Room 200.
Conference Room 203.
Tatttrson and Union Literary Societies.
(Third Floor (iymnaslum Building.)
Stroller Room, White Hall,
Ktudrnt l'ulilleutloiiN.
Office of Kernel, Kentucklau and Bulletin.
Room 2, Basement Administration Building.)
Office of llurnl Kentucklau.
Office of Luw Journal, lloom 303 Luw
Itext ii nd Reading Kooiiw.
Men Senior Mechanical Study, Mechanical Hnll. First Floor, right of entrance.
Mine Heading Room uud Library, 204 Min-

ing Engineering Building. Agriculture Head,
lug Boom (Biiscinejit of Library.)
Women
dill's Study, lot; (First Floor,
Civil utid hysles Building.)
Department
I'nlvi'iMty
of
Extension,
AVVIlingtnn Patrick, Director, lieuiiuurters.
Third Floor "New Dorm,"
Stenographic Bureau, Mr. Lyon, 1 OS
(Flrn Floor. Administration Building.)
University Poxtoflico mid Supply Department, MIhm Beuti (BuKcmciil Main Building.)

(Continued on Page Four)

Call 80

The College Store
For College People

Down Town

Text Books

Meeting Place

Pennants
Kodak Hooks

204
210

205.

TRANSFER CO.
The Authorised Railroad Transfer Busies and Taxi Trucks
Meet All Trains
PROMPT SERVICE

of Anlmnl Ititxlinnilry,
Hooper
Antleroon,
nnd
Mnrtln.
lrofpor Andernon 203, I'rnfeoinr

(Agriculture Djdldlng, Professor
Kxperlment .Station.
Clnns
Itoomn, 7 nnd 1, Judging I'uvll llnji (Kxpcrl-ment.Station Knrm) and TtonmH 203, 301.
304 Agriculture Hulldlng.
Farm Hnglncerlng, Profcxxor Kcllcy, Office
109 Kxpcrlmentnl Htntlon.
Clnxx ltoom 2.
Judging
l'avllllon. (Kxperlmcntal Htntlon
Fnrm.)
Farm Mnuiigement, Frofcuxor
Nlcliolx.
Offlcn 101 Agriculture Building.
Horticulture,
Professors
nnd
Klllntt
Olney.
Office 103 Agriculture Oulldlng.
Cins Iloomx. 101 105 Agriculture Hulldlng.
Depnrtment of Home Kcononilcx, MIpsih
Sweeney,
Coffin. Cornell,
Hotcrf,
rurncll,
Klclielliergcr nnd Mason. Offices, Agriculture Hulldlng. JtlxM Sweeney, 102 (First
Floor), Mlf'Kto Coffin nnd Hoterf lloom
(Basement), Misses Cornell nnd Klclielliergcr (Third Floor, opposite) steps.)
Laboratories, Agriculture Building, 103
Cooking Laboratory (Flrxt Floor), Miss Coffin, Food. Nutrition nnd Textile nborntory
ltoom 4 (Hasement).
Miss Klchelberger.
Clothing. Mllliiery nnd Tailoring Laboratory 202 (Second Floor). Miss Cornell.
Cnfeterln, Haxcment) 7 and S, Administration Hulldlng, MIsxps Pitrnell and Mason.
.College of Knglnerrlng.
Denn Amlercon'n
Office. 102, 103 (First
Floor Mechnnlcal Hall).
Department of Civil Knglnccrlng.
Terrell, Newmnn. Carroll. (Flrxt and
.Second
FloorH
Civil
Hulldlng).
Offices
Professor Terrell 111, Professor Newmnn 108.
Professor Carrcll 204. Class rooms, 107, 109.

LEXINGTON OMNIBUS AND BAGGAGE

University Book Store

Station.
Department
OffU-t- ,

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of

for

Fountain Pens

University Boys
Open Until 8 P. M. Every Evening

Basement Main
Building University

Down Town Store
233 West Short

High Class
Haberdashery

We Welcome AU

College Boys Styles in Our Special Designed Clothes

University Students

DOBBS FIFTH AVENUE HATS
MANHATTAN SHIRTS

To both old and new students we extend a cordial welcome.
To you old men we say we are glad to have you back again
and shall hope to see you in our store in the near future so that
we can give you a good handshake and a personal w.elcome
back to our city.

Most Complete Assortment of Silk Shirts
We Earnestly Solicit Your atronage

To you new men who are just entering upon your collegiate
we extend a warm welcome and extend you a personal

career

invitation to come and see us at an early date so we may
become acquainted.

Geddes & Luigart

MORRIS L. LEVY, Designer

Phoenix Block

:

Jut tright Tailoring Company

GEO. GEDDES

GEO. LUGIART

"We Fit You"

GENE SULLIVAN

145 West Main Street

"Let's Get Acquainted"

AND CIVIL ENGINEERS

MECHANICAL

Ours is the Quality Shqp

WILL FIND A COMPLETE STOCK OF

DRAWING INSTRUMENTS

AND MATERIAL

AT

VEACH'S
J20 N. UPPER

OPP. COURTHOUSE
FOUNTAIN

The finest and most complete exclusively retail Optical establishment
anywhere in the South.
A faithful and accurate Optical Service in all its branches.
EYES examined by an Optometrist intimately familiar with the most
intricate problems of refraction.
The grinding of the lenses, the expert fitting and all other details
are accomplished within our establishment.
THE FEATURE ONE DAY SERVICE

PENS, STATIONERY, LOOSE LEAF BOOKS

Fayette Optical Shop
GRADDY-RYA- N

CO.

313-31- 5

W. Main St.

H. CLAY, ODENBAUGH,

Incorporated

Lexington, Ky.

Phone 3972
Optometrist

THE COLLEGE BOYS' STORE
Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes and Tailoring

WELSH & MURRAY PRINTING

0.

COLLEGE STATIONERY
ENGRAVING

DE LUXE
Ladies' and Gents' Tailors

AND
DIE STAMPING

P. ANGELUCCI

FRAT and DANCE PROGRAMS

Competent Home Tailors
Union Bank &

Trust Building,

2nd Floor
Lexington, Ky.

Phone

1776--

124-12- 8

N. LIMESTONE

LEXINGTON, KY.

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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
TE SALUTAMUS.

nevertheless devoutly believes the day will vet dawn when
young Kentuckians entrusted with the impressive duty of
sustaining University tradition will see their way clear to
uesist irom a practice cnat nas long oeen a source of
to the faculty and perhaps by no means an
empnauc marK oi credit to tne maieiactors.
Meantime the shorn locks of the unsusnectiner Fresh
man still tremble in the autumn wind and the culprit
escapes the wrath of the faculty through the loyal, if not
commenaaDie reiusai oi tne victims to peach on their

Interest of the Btate. The editor-in-chinml business manager ore elected hy the
society nml tlio remainder of the staff I
chosen hy the editor from member of the
society, to which every agricultural student
should belong.
In nddltlon to these, the "Weekly Hullo-tin- "
Is Issued hy the Department of .Jour
nnllsm for the purpose of Riving to the fan
ulty, students and friends of the, University
notice of nil entertnlnments, lectures nml
meetings on the. rnmpus nnd In tho city
which nro of general Interest to the students
nnd tho University community; the Kxperl-mc.Stntlon bulletin publications report
the resenrch In the Collego of Agrlcttiirc:
nnd tho IIIrIi School Quarterly, published
four times n yenr under the auspices of tho
Department of Kducntlon, Is devoted to the
Interests of serondary education In Ken
tucky.
s.
,

"Hello, old man, glad to see you !"
This expression, which has been heard on all sides for
the last week, opitomizes the general good feeling of the
student body in the opening of what promises to be the
most notable year that the University of Kentucky hss
yet known. Old students of
days grasp the
hands of men whose names they have forgotten and bluff
'that ever welcome expression, "Hello, old man."
It is with this feeling that the Kentucky Kernel greets tormentors.
its friends of former years ; it is with the same spirit that
the new student is welcomed ; perhaps.a little more warmly
lis tne newcomer welcomed to our midst.
This should be the University's greatest year. Never
1'KATEKNITV
DIRECTORY.
was there a more representative body of students gathere