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CQ Z1 jx XX Q ff ,M XZC? if!! 4, ' 22' f j Q W W 79,1 Q WD jf W L K Q W Q A f x 3 A . , if j 5 4, 1' w K X Q22 ff R I Q . ,Ulf N J EI In ilivnturkiuu IRRINTED AND ARRANGED IIY JAMES Ii. IIUGHES LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY ani., ,,x - wk - fi 1.. x, ' -: 5 . N X, C Gln -Ifxirhzirh 01. Stull, '-I sq. An Alumnus of the Cflass of 1895, this volume is affe-otiona.te+ly de-dieated by the stuidents of the Univers-ity and by the- Cflassi of 1910. Posfsessing intel'leot of a high order, disoip-lined by ola.s2sio:a,l trfainin-g, deveflolped and strengthened by the study of jurisplrudenoei, educration and e-Xperienvoe h,a.veoomb1ined to make h-ini a. man: of oonspiiouous ability a.s an advocate and a high a.uthority as at jurist. His business oa,p1a.ofity has m'ade him equally pirominent as a. man of a.ff.a.irs, in which piroinfpitvi- tude in a:etio-n and soundness of judgment are in1disp:ensa.ble. For eight years a muenrber of the Board of Tlruistees, its yoiungest miemb-er, he has serv-ed the interest of his Alma Mater with ability a.nd fidelity. His enthusiasm, in a.thlet.io sports, to which he is a libe-ral czontributor, has increased- his popularity a.nd extended the reputation of the ,Un.iversity. Positive in his oonviotions, loyal and ardent in his friendshlip-s, inde- fatigable in ac-tiion, he is a. notable example of what intelleot and eduoa-- tion and pe-rsieveranoe and energy can aoooinplisli. By the Senior Class of the University W'li:ic+h he loved so Well, this token of high regard and esteem is affectionately inscribed, BOARD DF EDITORS Editorial Staff LAUREN SNYDER O'ROARK, Editor-in-Chief ASSISTANT EDITORS Alpha Hubbard George Pemberton Mills I ASSOCIATE EDITORS i Robert Adams Benjamin Harrison Logan William Eugene Mosby Frederick Carman Lida jones Page Blanton Blakemore Sarah Rossetter Marshall O. H. 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If the book is your o-Wn prop- erty and not 'borrowed from your neighbofr Very likely yo-u will aplpn-e:oia.t-e at least the effort that has been made. Of eourse if you are merely a.n "onlookers" and not a subsoriber you will find plenty to 'fknoelcf' Do so, it is miusio to us. We beg to announce that not a member of the staff has spent a sl ezepiless night over this, nor hsas one hlad to have a s'tim,ulant to aid' him in th.e gigantic. CTU effoi-ts of the publielation in your hands. The HIKENTUCKIAN77 has eollleleted Withfin its pages the essence of four years' mingling and sifting college life. The Kaleidesofopfio Views herein Contained are therefore of the most Weird design, and yet if you were ever an under-gradufate you hold the key to all their meanings- UNLooK. X 10 ' I if ' MAIN BUILDING """ ' ww- 1 X sa H-' Q, fk ,E7ZfarJ 7? f7 11 1 11 1'I1IU 11 1 51 1 . 1 , U. ,o,. ,n o 0.un 1 A i il 111 I 1 1 1 ,Eg I xfllIl'Il11El TERM EXPIRES JANUARY, 1912. JUDGE LLENRY S. BTXRICER, Leuisville HON.. TIDEIS CARPENTER, Seottsville ITON. XVILLIALI H. COX, Maysville DENNY P. SIWITH, Cadiz HON., CLAUDE B. Ti1iRRELL, Bedford TERM EXPTRES JANUARY, 1914. HON. CNSSIUSM. CLAY, Paris L'LYX1V,L DNVIES, ESQ., Kensee RICIITXIID C. STOLL, ESQ., Lexington LOUIS Ll. TV.xL1cQ1+:R, ESQ., Lancaster ILICHARD N. XVATIIEN, ESQ., Lebabon TERM EXPIRES JANUARY, 1916. T. L. EDELIEN, ESQ., Frankfort CUQAS. B. NICHOLS, ESQ., Lexington JOHN B. ILTKINSON, ESQ., E'a1'1ingtOn HON. JARIES YV. TURNER, Paintsville PRES. J-AMES K. PLXTTERSON, Lexington EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. CHAS. B. NICHOLS, ESQ., Chairmaii LION. OASSIUS M. CLAY -' HYWEL DNVIES, ESQ. R1OiDx12D C. STOLL, ESQ. HON. CLAUDE B. TERRELL 13 ifiim mmmiffHmQMmmHH!RHlHHU?mmI2 mm LW"-v-.N K5 r- twlgwi, .' , 4 ' ' A 'P 4-1, rl ., W. LW . Y X Nxxr' U I f W P-:Q . " A' ' ,,4i ib 1g33f5f'5f'JfffP "-5.2 , M I R , M, 1, y, x itdw 'S-:K 5 .Q-fn! 1- 6 , My ,4-f 'MEMORlES." ZJQULQX W lf ff ' If .iff 'lffff ge' K, 1 ' f1i.ln.Xlllbb.f6d il 'rl A V i il',l. .gli ,I ' illbj x nxxmgbbii f K7 Q, 'I-iff mmm lWWmMMmmmM MM'mml lil-I l"'i--tlllt ' ll' I D fi . ii'umm 'Ulll1llll ll'lli,ll,l 7113533 ffm. , annHHlm Umm I XTX.. ,. HIclwor4ls,l:EFK. V - .N-L-T,,.? JAMES KENNEDY PATTERSON, PH. D., LL. D., E. S. A. PRESIDENT OF UNIVERSITY. Professor of History, Political Economy and Metapltysios. ' A., M., 1859 and Ph. D., 1875, Hanover College, Indiana, F. R. H. S., 1880, London, England, F. S. A., 1881, Edinburg, Scotland, LL. D., 1895, Lafayette College, Pennsylvania, Member of International Congress of Geographical Science, 1875 , Member Kentucky Commission for Awarding Rhodes Scholarships' at Cxford University, Principal Greenville Presby- terian Academy, 1856-59, Professor of Greek and Latin, Stewart College, Clarksville, Tennesee, 1859-61, Principal Transylvania High School, Lex- ington, Kentucky, 1861-65, Professor of History and Metaphysics, State College of Kentucky, 1866, President State College of Kentucky, 1866- 1908, President State University of Kentucky, 1909. JAMES GARRARD WHITE, A. M. XTICE-LJRESIDENT OF UN1vEns1rY. l Q Professor of Mctthcmcttftcs cmd Astronomy. M., Kentucky State College, Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy, A.I Kentucky State College and Kentucky State University, 1868. WALTER KENNEDY PATTERSON, A. M., Princvlpal of the Acaclemty. I I., Kentucky State College, Assistant in Transylvania Academy, 1863, Principal of Bethel High School, Nicholasville, 1869-72, Principal Mc- Afee Institute, 187 3-7 6, Central Academy, Chilesburg, 1876-79, Ken- tucky State College, 1880. V 15 39 'Im Iii N .IUSI-Il'll WII.I.l.X Xl l'lZY1 IIS. . . . 1 ' l,I'lI!1',w.wn1' H! .Il"',"'f"l 'IH' fi!! 1, AISTII, Slzlll- XII--IIv:lI 3'H'I"I-I2 If I,f'I' ' -' a 1 1 ' I I'011l11'1'-I1-II WIIII Ixvlllllm-Igqx' Num l ..Ig.I:. A. oIogv :mal .X11:1tw111-V. INIII- I'IIII'flII':IlIi'If I'-XI'I. .XXIII-.lisa ,jI'Ilf.l'SNll1'11f. 4: ,. I I , I.. E., ISSIII lllltl XI. If., INUI, I'x::'-In1.- If... 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I ' Img, 1, 1 f X I I 1 'N II I I X x N - 1 1 .. IIINN I X - ,,. N I. XI XI I NI I I I I TIIE KENTUCKIAN MERRY LEWIS PENCE, M. S. Professor of Physics. E S., 1881 and M. S.-, 1884, Kentucky State College, Professor of Civil Engineering, Kentucky State College, 1889-92, Professor of Physics, 1894. - r - ALEXANDER ST. CLAIR MACKENZIE, M. A., E. R. S. T.. Professor of Englisli and Logic. CHARLES JCSEPI-I NCRWCCD, M. S. Professor of Mining Engineering. V Missouri University, M. S., Kentucky State College, Member of American Institute of Mining Engineers, Fellow Geological Society of America, Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science, Mem- ber National Geographical Society, Ex-Vice President Engineering Asso- ciation o-f the South, Superintendent Kentucky Mineral Exhibit St. Louis IVorld's Fair, 1904, Member of National Conference on lVeights and Measures, 1906-07 , Member Kentucky Commission of Jamestown Exposition, 1907, Assistant Geologist on Missouri Survey, 1871-74, Assistant Geologist on Kentucky Survey, 1874-80, Professor of Natural Science, Bethel College, Kentucky, 1877-81, Practicing Mining Engineer, 1.881-84, State Inspector of Mines for Kentucky, 1884-97, Practicing Mining Engineer, 1897-1902, Director of Kentucky Geological Survey, 1904, Professor of Mining and Dean of the School of Mining Engineering, Kentucky State University and Chief State Inspector of Mines, 1902. ALEXANDER MASSEY WILSON, M. E. Professor of Electrical Engineering. , B S. in Mechanical Engineering, 1901, and M. E., 1903, Purdue University, Indiana, Engineers' Club of Cincinnati, Assistant in Practical Mechan- ics, Purdue, 1.901-02, Instructor in Mechanical Drawing, Purdue, 1902, March, 1904, Assi.stant Professor of Electrical Engineering, State- College of Kentucky, March, 1904-.I une, 1906, Professor of Electrical Engineer- ing, 1906. - 17 A. A. B. B. THE KENTUCIQIAN ALFRED CHARLES ZEMBRCD, R. M. Professor of French and German. M., Heidelberg University5 Member of Modern Languages Asociation of ' Americag Member of Modern Language Association of Chio5 Member of American Historical Society5 Professor of Modern Languages and Litei 1 ature, Heidelberg University, 1893-995 Assistant Pr-ofessor of History 1896-995 Professor of Modern Languages, Kentucky University fTran sylvaniaj, 1899-190.65 Professor of Modern Languages, Kentucky State Colege and Kentucky State University, 1906. 5 FRANKLIN ELLIOTT TUTTLE, A. M., PH. D. Professor of Chemistry. B. 189 Amber 13- A. M. is , , s , , 93, and Ph. D., 1893, C'oettingen5 Instructor of Chemistry and Mineralogy, Pennsylvania State Cole0'e 1889' Assistant . C 7 7 Professor of Anal tical Cl ' t 18 9' Q- y 181I11SI'y, 93, Professor of Quantitative Analysis, 19055 Professor 0f5Chemist-ry, Kentucky State University, 1906 - L IVALTER ELLSYVORTI-I RCXVE, C. E. Professor of Civil Engineering. S., 1896 and C. E., 1897, University of Nebraska5 University of Chicago, 1899-19005 University of Crego-n, 1903 5 Civil and Mining Engineering, Deadwood, South Dakota, 18985 Hydraulic 1Etn0'ineer, Butte and Ana- conda Montana 1898 01 Prof f IV I , - 5- - 5 A essor 0, Iathematics and Civil Engineer- in' U ' ' I ' ' g, niversity of INeW Meico, 1901-045 Professor of Civil Engineering Oklahoma Agricultural College, 1904-06 5 Professor of Civil Engineering, State University of Kentucky, 1906. . - Lnoiv KAUFMAN FRANKEL, M. Professor of Machine Design. M. 1000 and M. E. 1002 2 , , Kentucky State College5 Instructor, Ken- tucky State College, 1900-045 Michigan College of Mine-s, 1904 5 S-outhern Manager B E Sturte tC - fe 5- - Van O., Boston, Mass., 1904-065 Professor Machine Design, Kentucky State University, 1906. 5, 18 7 Tim KENTUOKIAN PHILIP, WORT-HINGTON OORBUSIER. First Lieutenant, U. S. A., Oommomolcmt, cmd Professor of Military Service cmd Tactics. THEODORE TOLMAN JONES, A. M. A Professor of Latin and Greek. A. B., 1902 and A. M., 1903, Kentucky State Oollege, A. M., 1908, Harvard, Assistant Professor in French, German and Mathematics, State Oollege of Kentucky, 1902-03, Assistant Professor in English and Mathematics, 1903-04, Assistant in Greek, Latin and German, 1904, Professor of Latin and Greek, State University of Kentucky, 1909. JAMES THOMAS COTTON NOE, A. M. Professor of Education. A. Pr., 1887 and A. M. 1891, Franklin College, Graduate Student of Oornell, 1892-93, and University of Ohicago, 1899, Principal Secondary Schools, 1887-93, Instructor in English, XVilliamsburg Institute, 1893-94, Attor- ney at Law, 1894-98, Principal Hartsville Masonic Institute, 1898-1901, Superintendent Oity Schools, Pineville, 1901-04, Professor of English and History, Lincoln Memorial University, 1904-06, Assistant Professor, Department of Education, State University of Kentucky, 1906-08, Pro- fessor, Department of Education, Kentucky State University, 1908. WILLIAM THORNTON LAFFERTY, A. M. Dean of College of Low. A. M., Kentucky State University, Oounty Attorney for Harrison Oounty, 1882-86, Oounty Judge of Harrison Oounty, 18886-95, Member of Ken- tucky Legislature, Session of 1900, Professor of Law, Kentucky State University, 1908. 19 S. 'BS THE TIENTUCKIAN MRS. ROBERT LEE STOUT. Physical Director and Dean of W omerz. JOHN JULIAN HOOPER, R. S. Professor of Animal Husbartolry. , 1901, Texas State Oollege, Asistant in Texas Experiment Station, 1901- 02, Assistant Professor of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, State University of Kentucky, 1906. RALPH NELSON MAXON, PH. D. Professor 'of Inorgartie Chemistry. ., 1902, Rh-ode Island State Oollege, Ph. IJ., 1905, Yale University, Assistant Instructor, Academic Department, Yale University, Assistant in Organic Oliemistry, Yale University, 1903 , Assistant in General Ohem- istry, Pennsylvania State Oollege, 1905, Assistant Professor of Oliemistry, Kentucky State University, 1900, Professor of Inorganic Oliemistry, 1908. OHARLES KERR. 4 Professor of Cornfraets and Corporations. THOMAS EDYVIN MOORE, JR., A. B. Professor of Property and Pleading. OOLUMBUS RUDOLPH MELOHER, A. M., LL. B. Associate Professor of French and Germrm. A B-7 1835, HHHOVGI' COl.lege, Student, University of Le-ipsic, Germany, 1886-88, Principal Veva, Indiana, High Sclrool, 1885-SG, Superintendent Public Schools Oarrollton, 1889-96, Government Service, AV21Sl1l11gtO11, D. O.,. 1896-99, Ohicago University, 1900-01, Principal Reynolds Presby- terian Academy, Albany, Texas, 1901-02, Professor of Modern and Ancient Languages, Hanover Oollegc, 1902-07 , Assistant Professor of Modern Languages, State University of Kentucky, 1907. 20 A. M., and B. S., 1886, Hampden Sidney College, Assistant at Pantops THE ITENTUCKIAN W. WALTER H. MUSTAINE, B. S. .Physical Director of M en. B. S., Central University, Physical Director, Kentucky State University, 1902. B. S. MISS ELIZABETH SHELBY KINKEAD Lecturer on English Literature. JOSEPH MORTON DAVIS, A. M., B. S. Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Academy, 1886-89, Principal High School, South Boston, two years, Second Assistant in the Academy for thirteen years, Assistant Professor in Mathematics, Kentucky State University, 1908. WILLIAM SNYDER WEBB, M. S. y Assistant Professor, of Physics. A 1900 and M. S. 1902, State College of Kentucky, Assistant Professor of Physics, 1906. MISS ISABELLA WEST MABSI-IALL, A. B. Instructor in Domestic Science. A. B., 1903, Kentucky State College, Instructor 1H,DO1l16Sl1C Science, 1906. B.S MISS SUE DCBYNS MQCANN, M S. Instructor in Entomology and Assistant in Zoology. ., 1904 and M. S., 1905, Kentucky State College, Assistant in Zoology, Geology and Entomology, 1905. 21 THE :KENTUCKIAN WILLIAM JOSEPH CARRELL, B. S., C. , J Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering. B. S., Michigan State College, 1903, C. E., Kentucky State University, 1908, Instructor in Mathematics, Michigan State College, 1903-045 Slinchmal Iron Works, Detroit, Michigan, 1905 5, Structural Engineer, Kahn Rein- forced Concrete Co., Chicago, Ill., 1906, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, State University -of Kentucky, 1906. FREDERICK WILLIAM MILLER, A. B., BJ PED. Assistant Professor of English. J AMES EDWARD TUTI-IILL, PH. D. Assistant Professor of History and Political Economy. A. B., University of Chicago, A. M., 1903, University of Missouri, Ph. D., 1908, University of Wisconsin, Fellow and Instructor, University of Missouri, 1903, Assistant in European History, University of Wlisoonsin 5 Assistant Professor of I-Iistory and Economics, University of Colorado, Assistant Professor of I-Iistory, Sociology and Economics, Kentucky State University, 1908. LOUIS EDWARD NOLLAU, M. E. Assistant Professor of Drawing and Shop W ork. B. M. E., 1904, and M. E., 1908, State University of Kentucky, Assistant Professor of Drawing and Shop IVork5 College of Mechanical and Elec- trical Engineering, 1908. ROBERT CRAIG TERREL, C. E. Assistant Professor of Rural and Highway Engineering. B. C. E., 190-6 and C. E., 1907, Kentucky State College, Assistant in Civil Engineering, Kentucky State College, 1907-08, Instructor, 1908-09. 22 B. B. A A. THE KENTUCKIAN THOMAS J AMES BARR, B. M. E. Assistant Inspector of Mines and Mining Engineering. M. E., Kentucky State Oollege, 1902, Assi.stant in Mining Engineering, State University of Kentucky, 1909. KNOX JAMISON, B. S. Assistant in the Academy. S., 1906, Hanover Colleges, Student at Indiana University, Summers, 1907-08, Principal of Deputy, QIndianaj High School, 1904-05, Assistant in the Academy, State University of Kentucky, 1906. JOHN LESLIE PURDOM, A. B. Assistant in the Academy. B., 1906, Oentral University, Kentucky, Assistant in the Academy, State University of Kentucky, 1906. ALFRED GAY McGREGOR, A. B. Assistant in the Academy. , B., 1900, Harvard, Principal High School, Union Mills, Indiana, 1896-99, Superintendent Schools, Rushville, Indiana, 1900-04, Superintendent Schools, Oorydon, Kentucky, 1904-06, Assistant in the Academy, State University of Kentucky, 1906. ALFRED HOLLEY GILBERT, B. S. Assistant in Botany. B S., 1904, University of Vermont , Special Agent, Seed Division, Depart- ment of Agriculture, 1904-05, Instructor in Agriculture, Boston Farm School, 1906, Instructor in Agriculture and Botany, State University of Kentucky, 190 6. 23 THE KENTUOIQIAN E'ZRA L. GILLIS, A. B. Assistant in Education. HENRY DRAPER EASTON, B. S. Assistant in Mining Engineering and Metallurgy. B. S. in Mining, 1905, Pennsylvania State Colege, Member American Insti- tute of Mining Engineers, Associate Member of American Ceramic Slociety, Member Engineers Association of the South, Mining Engineer with Rock Island Coal Company, Hartshorn, Cklahoma, 1905-07, Min- ing vvith the Dering Coal Company and the Consolidated Indiana Coal Company, I-Iymen, Indiana, 1907, Assistant in Mining Engineering and Metallurgy, 1907. D V HARRY ESSEX, A. B. Assistant in Oliemistfry. I A. R. 1907,gCornell, American Chemical Society, Assistant in Chemistry, State University of Kentucky, 1907. ELIJAI-I LATHAM REES, C. E. Assistant in Mathematics. B. C. E., 1907 and C. E., 1908, State University of Kentucky, Assistant in Mathematics, State University of Kentucky, 1907, WILLIAM SHACKLETTE HAMILTON, A. B. Assistant in the Academy. A- B-v'1907: K911fUClCy State College, Teacher in Mt. Sterling Collegiate In- sltgggte, 1907-08, Assistant in the Academy, State University of Kentucky, 24 THE KENTUCKIAN I MARION REXEORD SCHNAITTER, B. S. Assistant in the Academy. 1909, Hanover College, Assistant in the Academy, State University of Kentucky, 1909. D. s., LLOYD QADID DANIELS, D. s., PH. D. Assistant in Ctteniistry. R. S. in Chemical Engineering, 1905 Georgia School of Technology, Ph. D., 1908, University of Pennsylvania, American Chemical Society, Student Assistant, Georgia School of Technology, 1904-05, Assistant in Lahor- atory of Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Co., Ensley, Alabama, 1905- 190G, Chemist for Decatur Car Wheel Company, Rirmingham, Alabama, 1906, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, State University of Kentucky, 1908. RALPH DETXVEILER QUTCKEL, 15. S. Assistant in Mining Engineering. B. S. in Mining Engineering, 1908, Pennsylvania State College, Rodman Pennsylvania Steel Company, Steelton, Pennsylvania, 1901, Rodman, Pennsylvania R. R. 1902, Levelman, H. C. Erick Coke Company, 1903, Draftsman, Pennsylvania Steel Company, Erog and Switch Department, 1905-06, Tnstructfor in Mining Engineering, State University of Ken- tucky, 1908. . JAMES RUSSELL JANNESS, B. S. Assistant in Physics. D. S., 1906, Denison University, Chair of Natural Science, Lennox College 1900-08: .Assistant in Physics, State University of Kentucky, 1908. YVILLTAM DURRETT NICHOLS, D. S. IN AGR. Assistant in AgricuZtu.raZ D7'Cl,ll.'I.'l?.5l. 25 THE KENTUCKIAN JOSE-PH DIOKER Assistant in Blaelfsrnitli Shop ancl Foundry. JOHN BORN DIOKER Assistant in Wooclsliop. ARZA LYTLE WILHOIT, B. M. E. Assistant in Steam Laboratory. B. M. E., 1908, Kentucky State Univer.sity, Instructor Steani Laboratory State University of Kentucky, 1908. ARTHUR MATTHEW ELAM, B. M. E. . Instructor in Stearn Engineering. B. M. E., 1908, State University of Kentucky, Instructor in General Engi neering, University of Illinois, 1908-09, Instructor in Steam Engineer ing, State University of Kentucky, 1909. f HAL EUBANK TOWNSEND, B. M. E. Assistant in Testing Laboratory. B. M. E., 1909, State University of Kentucky, Assistant in Testing Laboratory 1909. LEONARD DELONG WALLACE, A. B. Assistant in English. A. E., 1909, State University of Kentucky, Assistant in English, 1909. JESSE THOMAS NEIGHBORS, B. M. E. Assistant in Electrical Laboratory. A B. M. E., 1909, State University of Kentucky, Assistant in Electrical Labor atory, 1909. 2 6 I 7 THE KENTUCKIAN OLARENOE RAYMOND EGLEHOF, .A. B. . Assistant in History. A. B., 1908, University of Missouri, Assistant History, State University of Kentucky, 1909. HOWARD HARDESTY DOWNING, B. O. E. Fellow Assistant in Oifvil Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Education. B. E., 1908, Kentucky State University, Assistant Engineer, Lockland, Ohio, 1907, Foreman at Indian Reining Oompany, Georgetown, Ken- tucky, 1908, Assistant in Gymnastics, 1905, Assistant in Mathematics A and Oivil Engineering, 1908. ERBIE LEE HARRISON, A. B. Assistant in the Academy. A. B., 1909, State University of Kentucky, Assistant in the Academy, 1909. GORDON THURMAN Assistant in Mechanical Lalaoratorfies. LAUREN SNYDER O'ROARK Student Assistant in Machine Shop. VIRGIL L. DOWVNING Student Assistant in Gyninasiuin. THOMAS B. SHORT Student Assistant in Gymnasium. 7 .J O s TI'IE KENTUCKIAN JOHN S. CROSTHWAITE Sluclemf Asslslfml in G'ym1zasl'zmn. RICHARD A. EDWARDS Sluclenl Assz'.9la11l in Free-Hancl jJ7'Cl'il.77'7?fg HAL W. SM I TH Szfuclenl zl..s'.9iszfcml ln- Ol-ull Evzglvzeerlvzg. .I. G. ESTES Sluclevzl A,Ss1fsla12,l in Olmfl E11,g1f12,ee1'2'12g. WILLIAM E. MOSBY Szfuclenl Assistant in Civil Engi1zee2"i12g. DAN V. TERRELL Szfufle11l Asslslcml in Cvlmfl E11,g1'1zee1"i'11g. E. R. SYVEETLAND Direclov' of Allllelvfcs. Cornell, '9 9. 28 f ....,, 'KI QQ, X, Ifgi, 18 0+ fm Ssmssw 1 A X W 'NU RNU017 H A .Q 334 I X f I A H ll LE., . A 1 Sunil! . Q A I V Un ,, t 1 wi -4 4 l-J . 5 4, . ' 29 5 " ' 'Q J. . xx ,Q ,iff I , 1 1, f X30 Q 'al X' i 5 , I f "r' W! 'K Eg X , fi 2 'X H ,T ,,. X MT-fin by :, UG, ,W ' f -' 3 ff , .W .X : V ' I ix 1 . -f V . 5 sf 5 ' ' W fu ' P Y ' Qrg-y,g::-A Y , ,gif H4135 i ' ' ,-42 FT r 4 1 , A N ' U 'Y' .+ , U 3 xtqhvf NC-lg L f " , ' vp, , V Our revels now are endedj tlzese our actors As I foretold you, are all spirits, and Are melted into' air,' into thin air: II EI III III III And like an insubstantial pageant faded, Leafve not a rack behindf, The Tempest 30 ' J : JF r-L , x E X W THE x -. K l l N K 1 W1 1 'ln 'H fx ,R 'X G Y ' v k W . N Q 1 i 'xi' r' ,v ' . E 3 A 1 L N' ' -,L 'il ,. mlm - L , , - .-.. , i. 5 5 A K 1 L 1 I.: V I + 5 .4 l s l 1 f ? I , 1 i E V 1 5 w V 3 3 r F A P J 1' in W, , ,, 1' . r 31 A 5, A .I f. 8. SENIOR CLASS Flower, Carnation Colors, Black and Red IZ? CLASS OFFICERS RI CHA RD LEX A NDE R ED WA RDS, Pres1'a'enz' SA RA H ROSSE TTER MA RSHA LL, V1'C6-PI'6SI.0'6l'lZL RO YA LS TON HA YWOOD CRA M, q Treasurer MARGARET KA THERJNE SCHOENE, Secreiary ALPHA H UBBA RD, Repre5em'af1've MORGAN JONES, Orafor LJDA JONES, Prophei MARGARET FINLEY CA SSA D K HI'SfOVI'0H JORDA N GRO VER ESTES, GU'f0r1'an ESTHER VA UGHN, Poez' HA L SMITH, Grumbler 7 U1 Hg Tnpod Sh QCII CXENTII UMEN .zf 1? F1 W H 2 H 1: O w I--I P 2 TRANS T if I J 1 I fo XET- is 2 8.112121 l .ISNV '11 'Qi LEONIDAS NETCALFE ALLISON f'CS01111y.7'D A Carlisle, Keiihicky. B21C'11Cx1fk1' of f'i1'i1 IC11gi11001'i11gg 131110115 Societyg Tklll 1130121 Kakog 11111011 T1i1Q1'a1'y Societyg S. U. 11. 11.3 Traiisit Sfzlffg T,iQ111c-11z111'r, 'Ogg PTUS-1110111 i1f31'01'115' C11111. O11 his z11'1'i1'111 110 joins 1110 Y. M. C. 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X. 11. ,XII 1111 21171111111 1111111110 NV1lfl 2lS1iS 1111 1P11115 111 2lll'X' 11111111111-111. 11215 'g1'1 11111-11 of lll2l1i1llL1' 'I'1'i111111s, 111-f':111sc1 1111 1111-11 1 2ll'U 1C1'i111111s 171: "IJir'1i." 1111111 1-'11-11, fllIif'15 11111 12lf1'X'-1l1i0. 111' 1111s El 11111-11 1'lI'11 V11111- XX'1llC'1l 1'1-11111111s 51111 111 1-1111's 111111 Q'1'l'K'll 111'111S 111111 11111111-. .X 1'cf1'v 131101 1-1'11s11c-1'. "Tim 1111'ff7cf.Q1' IllfIlI1HI'l'R ll'I'Hl Ulf' 1ll'fll'C7SLl 1111'11fY.J' 33 THE IQENTUCKIAN FRANK FINLEY CAWOOD t"Ca.wWoocl.7'j Bachelor of Civil Eiigiiieeringg Patter- son Literary Society, Brooks Society, S. U. A. A. Started. in with Class of '09, saw his mistake, missecl a year, is now with naughty ten. He is quiet, a erusher, never. He sometimes travels uncler the alias of Mr. Ralph. A very decent fel- low until he met Holllllllji He is almost corrupted now. AYorks hard and expects to be a. roacl overseer, some-clay. "The voice of Zearnivzg caillccl me from the u"ilflS." Nl IQTON COORSRY GRAFTON QUGuts.7'j Heutlersou, 'Kentuelqy'. Raehelor ot Clivil Engineering, Brooks Society, S. ll. A. A. Row-legged little 'Moses fouuml in the eailehralies of the hlj0lllly1'll0.v Spemls his time lioueing. llas a eheeriliul, happy clisposition and never sleeps. ls playful as a kitten anfl fleligllls in "rutliug" it up, Clan play earmls. 'l'l"m f.!'I!I'f'I1H'lf mul 'Il'lIlIflt'l'fIlNxl!l zmulef' 3 sl THE IQENTUCKIAN I ivlv Blk ll , 0 . lin 0-9. V -9 5' " xeb F !' S ,pl s 9 s l XX PM il 'V "'V I J '5 'M .. 'lv 2 1 jrlaqmg M . :E of "" ' . T .5 D 5 i A 6, i .X.. ff . " 3 Q i '04 'ff Vila 2, il 55- 1 -ff Q522' ' ' 'S vb Y li ll l mmenf SURE .U3-LEWOUYH FRANK oLARKi3 qffnugieffp DUGAN Louisville, IiG11llUCli3'. Bachelor of Civil Enginooringg K Eg roo is 'ie' ' .1211 ' "a " oconc B l Soc ty, T fl sit Sl fl, S l Lieutenant, 7085 S. ll. A. A. llc actually studies. A iieal'-crnslior. Sonic tliing awful in 1'Cl11fO1'CGCl conc1'o1'Q. Noun' fails to make an iniprossion. llo lmoliovos in lioing' seen ancl not lioarcl. Really a goofl fellow. "Thy moclcsfy is fa ccmclle to 171,51 merit." Jonnix onovn iicsiics qfzi. on Lolmanon, Kontncflqy. llaclioloi' of Civil Ei1g'i1i0O1'i11o'g T B U5 llroolis Soc'iCl'5'g Vivo-ll1'0sifloi1t lvnion lQi'roi'ai'y Soviofyg Transit Stall. "il, G." is one of llio liost l1lf01'1llCll inc-n of Tlw vlass. llc lmogan in fluff spring' of llis Svnioi' your 'fo lmilcl a i'aili'oacl froni liasforli -lq011l'llC'lif'. Tlio Rilwlo is lllr- snlm- jocf of liis niglitly loc'fn1'os givclii in "l1oavm1.7' Doosnli lmoliovo in 2lll'Vl'lllllg' for c'o1'I'ai11 anrl clonlmls llia own oxistciicc-. -llxsolnfely a N011-C"l'lISllC'1'. ""fl'0 gods, 71011' 11111171 lmzgcfr iw!!! ln' rz1'g11c'.'iJ 35 Tun ISTENTUCKIAN XVALTER UllTllfl3l4lil3iT FOX CUFoxie.'7j Newport, Kentucky. iB21C'llGlO1' of flivil iE1'1Qll1QC1'l11QQ A T Q3 T B TI g Lamp and Ci-ossg Mystic Thirteeng Base Ball Teamg Track Teamg Foot Ball Teamg S. ll. A. A.5 Transit Staijfg Brooks Soeietyg Pan-Hellenicg Dance Connnittee. A loose jointerl, sacl eyecl, unobtrusive creature, graceful as a camel, ancl Wearing a perpetual. grin that masks his face. He has to wear three watch fobs to Carry his ineflals. He is a Crusher of the first Water. Queerecl on basket hall. "ANZ 710 7lf7"lH8CZf was fall and thin, liY'?.Hl' lips wlzere snzz'Yc's zeent out and in." EISJXVARSIJ HVGH LEWIS CiiPllSll.77D Rielnnoncl, Kentucky. llaelielor of Clivil ilingineeriimgg Union Literary Soeietyg Track Teamg State Fair flliampionz Manager Class Base Ball, 'OTQ lNlanag'er Class Foot Ball, 07g Class Foot Rall iltlg Cllass liase liall. Team lOSg Cilliampion Cllass Track Team, 'O91 l31'00lf9 Soeietlvg S. ll. A. A. This eliilcl-like ereatnre has trieml to lmreak into athletics ever sinee lie has heen here. lit you men- tion erusll to uilijllSllu lie falls in. Always in a elieerliul mooml. During the Wlllflll lie sits aroimml waiting for spring to 001110- ".l man of r'!1m'1'f11! 'lfl'Nff'I'f?lI'IjS ami Vtlllfl' IIVHI ffl-llIOl'l'Ull'N.H 23 G xx 1, ? THE IQENTUCKIAN Brid es Buildin s and Foundations f f, 7,5 1, . X, K 1 5 QUNIAAVHQ MWIGN : , 5 U-- C Stcuon 01 . f" -..,.-Y, ' ' pin?- 5159 YVILLIAM EUGEXE MOSBY Q:'Gene."j Barclwell, Kentucky. Baelieloi' of Civil lingineeriiigg Stall of The Kentnelciang .liusiness Maiiagel of Trzinsitg Tau Beta Kakeg Assistant Man- ager Foot Ball Team 'OS-O95 Class ,l-Ease 7 Ball Team, 'OT5 S. U. A. Ag T1'e:1s111'e1' of Brooks Soeietyg Union Lile1'111-'V So- ciety. "Gene" striigglecl fll1'fJllf,Q'll. the Aeacleniy niany, lllillllbl moons 11550, so iiiany, in li2lCf. that lie has now eonze to 1'egz11'cl himself 11121s1,e1f of everylaocly, zinfl tl1z113 lninianity exists lJCC2lllSG of the good will lie bears toward if. lle is EL sport: anfl lnisnlt niissecl 21 l1-:ip since lie was .1 first Prep. l'Gene" is 21 Hlllilll of linne- 'rioiisfi A. e1'11sl1e1' always. 'ffl zvfse 111011, will fzlffwzys fill-9l'0l'f?I' fl' ll'I'Sf5 ,,. IHC-f77,. C.Xlgl2l3 WAl,l,lCl'i M,XRSlI1XI,l, f"l3111'rel lleuflflj Lexiiigioii, ilqC'lll'llC'iif'. l32lCllClU1' of C'i1'il lC110'i11ee1'i110'' llroolcs lj 217 Soeiefyg Class Foot l311ll Teuni. "li ll." l111s always lieeii nice to liis l91'ofs.g lint wlien lie joineel flie Senior 1l,eel'111'e Class, Clif Ile w11n1oe1l Iolnilg prize awful lmznl zincl affei' C'l'llSlllll0' i'KlllliYll of eonrse D ., gave Sister Nellie any 11llllllJC1' of smiles. NYenf. to W1-sit Point i11 l1is .l1111io1' yr-z11', lDlllT c'o11l1l llflli srunfl 1Al1e C'lllll2ll'f'. llc- is il C'l'llSllO1' of 1'l1e seeownl single. "Ulf, you .Qolf7ff'1'. 37 Tnn KENTUCIKIAN HARRY ANDREW NELSON CCCHy.77D Bachelor of Civil Engineering 5 Union Literary Sooietyg lirooks Soeietyg S. U. A. A. uHy" was never known to agree with any one. Even quarrels with hini- self. He likes to Work He reads much but never li-elieves any thing he reads. He lovecl his side-burns. If 'fHy" is a Crusher no one knows it, not even the girls. Undoubtedly will he con- neetecl with a railroad some clay, hobo or superintenclent. "W7zfazf's the use 60 argue when WS just as easy to cZfz'sa.giree." SHELBY POST Q"Towser."j Kingston, New York. Rael1elorfof'1 Civil Engineeringg K E3 Lamp and Crossg Gyninasiuiu Teanig Wlinner of Gyinnasiuui Medal, 'OS5 Basket Rall Team, ,OS-O95 Eoot Ball Teaiu, 7081 Track Team, ,O7-'08, llas great fondness for Louisville Sunilay paper. Never sees a joke on himself. Hasift time to he a Crusher. Did real live work in his Senior year. Siilijeet to spraiiieal ankles. One of the host quariner-hacks, ever. "life is 71,1'.Q own. prizes llflfllffi 38 THE KENTUCKIAN BENJ. FRANKLIN Ronrnsox qffraae Benn Lexington, Kentucky. Bachelor of Civil iEnO'ineerin0" Brools D an X Societyg Class Base Ball Teain, 'O95 S. T li. A. A. Thinks that Civil Engineering is preferable to the Aclains Express Coin- pany. He considers the most iinportanlz events of his life to he his birth, his en- trance to State and his cliscovery that he coulcl snioke. His base ball playing is a wonderful ancl fearful coinhination of nothingness. He is seen in the presence of a, crushee only when unable for avoirl ili. "fl Stozfc of H10 fu'0ocZ.5'-ca man vffflffonf JJ zfemns. llilli NVATKER SM li T ll C'Sinilce.'7j Henrlerson, Kenfuclcy. Bachelor of C'ivil il'll1Q'lHC01'lllQ'Q llroolcs Sociefyg lfflifor-in-C'hicf of Transilg Tau ,Beta lfalieg Class ceil'lllllllli'1'S llaltccrsmi l.i'rerar,v Sociciclvg S. lv. .X. .Lg l'rc-siclrlnr .ilunior Classg ,hlC'llllDC'1' cllustaclxe Cluhg Caplain Coinpany IJ, 'USL ln point of service llal is the most ahle lllflllllhfll' of the c-lass. Quilc a politician, in faclx hr- llllglll he callcfl Xcslor of the class. He opposes The hlC"C'll2llllC'2llS anfl llope in every thing. liclongs Tu The TC"lI1pC1'H1lC'0 Clnh llcfs the all-Slate knot-lccr. lllas horn with a. groucli. Hjlv'llOf'Z' nm! Nm 1f'o1'7rZ Z'21or'7.'.s IVYINI you, Beef KIHKZ 1710 ron' goes 71z'g71,." 39 TILE IQENTUCKIAN SHERMAN HARRY STIV ERS QHSpeek.'7D Paris, Kentucky. Baclielm- of Civil Engineeringg Brooks Soeietyg S. U. A. A. A clark Southerner, slender and tall. His innocent, angelic expression hifles EL nature which is the dis- pair of all the instruefors, and this ex- pression is niaskefl. by his freckles. On the crush Not niueh. There is still hope,,though, for his nature is the kind that cloes not allow a few defeats to tear hini froni his purpose. Has a fonflness for the bones, and knows a blue one from a recl one. "Modest merit 71 as 6: C101-HI fo flI'C'f'17ffl'71l7C.D - DANIEL V. TEHRELI. Qrl'7a11."3 llemlforcl, lfeiiflicliy. Bachelor of Clivil llhigiueeriiigg Brooks Soeiefyg S. ll. A. .-X13 Kvutucliiair Staff: Transit Slallg 'hlillSl'2l0llC illuh. Tlrey say she saicl his mustaclle hall to' go. lla- has a. new crush every week. llo usually spenmls 'ren hours per llay in a. pifeh gl'2.H.!l0- lle ulusie he trouhlvml wilh insomnia, at least he c-an 'IIUYUI' he 'fouml in his room at lllgllli. Ile ouvv l'.Ul'lllUll il l'l'llllllX'l1'ill'4l hula This coalition was hrolwu up hy a safely razor. "IMI UUHIO wlzrzel Illliulj mul sw' if I' f'.?.'f'-U 40 I l I I ' l THE KENTUCICIAN JAMES WILLIAM WALLIQR CCCQTHYU 775 Paris, Kentucky. Bachelor of Civil Engineeringg 2 A E5 Brooks Society. The Civil sunbeam from the lancl where the Burhon grows. IVill not knock and has never been known to criticise a class mate unfavorably. His cheeks are as red as the wrapper on a tomato can. He never woulrl clrill. IIas always belonged to the smokers club. Harcl to unclerstand at times but always means well. Ilas great fondness for Prof. Frankel. An atfectionate little fellow whom all the crushees want for a pendant. "BZes.s'ings on the little man." THOMAS PHILIP WARREN CUh'I2ljO1'.,7D Lexington, Kentucky. 'K l3aehelor of Civil Engineeringmg Brooks Soeietyg S. U. A. A.5 Captain, 07, Arlju- tant, 'OS5 Major, 'QS-'095 T1'!1l"olh Stafg Iclea Staljfg Bohemian Clubg Mustaelie Cluli. It's against his morals to aittencl classes more than one clay each week. IIas lmeen looking forward to g1'arliiatic-11 for some time, however he has never let this fact sour the natural sweetness of his :lis- position. .X quiet anfl iion-interfcering Crusher. Caiicly cfmes c-heap. .Pa owns a store "fl num of arms." 41 TIIE K TUOIQIAN JOHN FRANK GRlRf?lCk5 C'Red.'7j Lexington, Kentucky. Bachelor of Civil Engineering, Brooks Society, Union Literary Society, Adver- tising Manager of Transit, Captain Coni- pany F, '08-O95 S. U. A. A., D. F. O. D. F., Yllinner of Declainatory Contest, '08, Frankey has had a hard row to hoe but it has been his inaking. He' s not inuch of a crusher. The kind who believes in being seen and not heard, but When he Whispers the Windows rattle. After four long years of toil he has really finished. "I am afraicl of Public OZ9?.7'LZi07Z.U o.EoRGE BECKER f qffEeCkf'5 , Louisville, Kentucky. Bachelor of Science 'in Agriculture, A T EQ, Agricultural Societyg Glass Foot Ball Teain, '07, Glee Club, K. S. U. A. A. A handsoiue, brown eyed lad with an infectious laugh. He is very proud of his voice and makes his opportunity to display the inel-ody of it. You can tell frloin the way that she struts that he is quite a Hcrusliorfl llc can lic found on East Main quite frequently and is very amlmitious to teach Biology and 00119111110 F2ll1llll2l.7S. 'Illia 'l70l.I'l' is I1 is forlf111f'." THE KENTUCKIAN fm- . YQ' a O P1 Ph FF' AJ , . afar.. S U1 ' Fi E75 FU . ifxsg " GSW? it Q, '4' in ig:8r-,T is U3 o , Iss fn : 'Q' 0 ,555 i t f L .ix W ' kv. :X ,af 'egg A, Xa Xi v- s U 017 , 330 C5161 CIOIIG GYM 11'o v Axxxq ' A TOBACCO 1 Kbntugjly' ' NUICLI Crop .E E cz GEORGE ROBERT EASTWOOD tC'Greasy.'7j Madisonville, Kentucky. Bachelor of Science in Agrieultureg 2nd Lieutenant, 'O95 Secretary and Treas- urer Agriculture Society, 7095 Vice-Presr dent Agriculture Society, 'O95 Art Staff Kentuckian. HGreasy" has been in the Agriculture course for four long years and has never had any trouble in passing his exaininations. He also knows everything in the other courses. His breakfast hour is at 8:30, and if he ever goes earlier no one ever sees him. After eoinnieneeinent he expects to take charge of an experiment station. "Oh for KL chew, that I may sit cmd 7'LLlHZ.'llCtfG.U AVORY EARLY EWAN Helena, Kentucky. Hachelor of Science in Agricultureg A T Q5 Agriculture Societyg Member of the Graugeg Glee Clubg K. S. lf. A. A. A sober niinded farni hand whose life will be devoted to the cultivation of tobacco for his personal use. Early can generally be found by locating his pipe. He has a decided leaning towards Pat Hall girls and Miss McCannls fudge. Of late hc has been cultivating his voice and feet. He is a would-be crusher. "The form life is the life for mef' 43 Tnr ICENTUCKIAN ROBERT BYLAND ATKINS C4CB0b.77D Lexington, Kentucky. Bachelor of Mining Engineering, 2 N5 Lamp and Cross, Key, Dance Coin- mittee, Class Foot Ball Team, Glee Club, S. U. A. A. After niany streneous years under She Bat, Bob managed to get into the Mechanical Department, then changed to Mining. He is characterized by large hands, athletic intentions, a inangy bass voice and a love for the god- dess chance. As steady a crusher as ever Worked on the stone pile. "As constcmzf as the S2iClf7'S.v PAGE BLANTQN VBLAKEBIQBB Ccclpageivb H Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Bachelor of Mining Engineeringg A T 9, T B Hg President Mining Society, Secretary K. S. U. A. A., Idea St-atfg Associated Editor of Kentuckian, Quarter- lnaster K. S. U. Batallion, Reforiner and Radical Man. He is a pretty honest kind of fellow as a rule, hut on account of too much liver for breakfast he skipped his hoard bill. He is a crushei' and parades up and d-own the asylum road with her 'on Sundays. He is very anxious to get hack home in order to see her. "Olaf To -rizvtl Jim .l1'fi."'i"'Q" 44 TIIE IKENTUCKIAN Clallna Ynamllff noni-ERT A. LoWnY CD QrzBOb.77D Wire Cable Car Haul Q- List oi Standard Sfgenv'-"L""11,fQ0n1I7l'C55 I 2 52 Z! 2 urs for Air 5 "t Catlettsburg, Kentucky. 3 Bachelor of Mining Engineeringg E A E 3 15' Mystic Thirteeng Lamp and Crossg F-oot 'D Ball Manager 'Otlz Idea Statlg Min- ing Society. A by-product of V. M. I. well known about the campus on account of his business like walk. lle is a born con inan, racontour and entrepreneuiz HKnock" is the only instructor who has stemmed the tide with the words Millie the Bull on the outside. lle expects to sell I"I"III4 'DN GNV XM . is CV gold bricks after graduationg and is classed as a crusherette. "Let me laik." p-i y.-i CIIAHLES McCAltl-IOLL CNCl12lNVlCS.,7D Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Qllachelor of Mining lfiigiiieeringg T B U5 Mining Soeietvg K. S. lv. A. A. Xoth- ingbelse. "C"l1awles" is classed as an A. l. student, debator and religious crank. As a religious exhortei' he employs the oratio nhliqua. llc should have been 1 Mietliodist minister or have taken the veil. lle is a minus quantitv with the ladies and is .the lllf.l'll0r1f type of crusherless. Pluto flannel Coal. Ufff' fllll znfglzly IIZWKI-WtIlf.H 45 TII1 KENTUCKIAN ROBERT WILLIAM ADAMS, C C C Obi 77 D Henderson, Kentucky. Bachelor of Science in Anatoiny and Physiology! 2 A E3 Key S-ocietyg Mystic Thirteeng Dance Connnitteeg Idea Staffg 1910 Kentucliian Statfg S. U. A. A. "Bohn believes irinly that its the little things that count. They say he studied cheinistry for the sole purpose of learning about Ethelyn Qej Crush? He did but he don7t any inore. Always at war with f'Zen1n1ie."- Attends classes soinetiines I "Iii the spring time this yoimy mcmfs fancy lightly fmfits' to t7iou,y7Lzfs of "Bock," Lina Jonns Lexington, Kentucky. Bachelor of Scienceg 1Major Anatomy and Physiologyg A E A 3-,Secretary Neville Literary Societyg Annual Stafg Idea Staffg Class,Brophet5 President Neville Literary Societyg 'O9g Prize in "Gy1n." Lida is one of "the niost popular ladies in the school and is seen' wherever there is any excitement. After graduation, she expects to lead the sinlplc life for a few years and then-Oh, you mining engineer. She is nearly the greatest erushee in .school and can be found a great deal with Atkins. Good work on Kent-uckian. "The f'ltZl'llzl'0 will Izirizzg great 71lIjIl1I'71C'SS to mcf' 46 THD IiENTUCKIAN FREDERICK GAR-MAN Q"Fred."j Lexington, Kentucky. Baelielor of Seieneeg Major Clieniistryg Union Literary Soeietyg Glee Club, 'O85 Annual Staifg S. U. A. A.. Freddie is of 21 retiring disposition and has never been a eruslier and furtlierinore has never been seen with a girl. He is a hard worker in the laboratory and can be seen shoving Bunsen burners around with E1 glass rod, in order to keep from burning his fingers. At the Clieniist-ry seminary, he is said to be El 5-hark and can out talk any one tliere. "I only 'wz'.S7L Zo be like Dcmz'eZZ'S." ELMER LOUIS REMl3OlQD C:iEl111C1'.77D Owensboro, Kentucky. Bachelor of Arts in Clieniistryg Y. M. C. A. Elinor is 3 practical elieinist and can be seen any time dispensing liquid re- freslnnents on the corner. Never did learn to drill. Talks so soft you imagine The baby must be aslcep. Xever will burn the river. Asked several question' in Senior History. XVe believe lie has ff crush? "f .s71f1IZ cfzasiise Nice fzuiift ca fGClHlG'l',U 47 TITE KENTUCKIAN n IsAAo WILLIAM noennrsou Q eqffrkeffp e B. S. in Cheniistryg S. U. A. A., Class Base Ball, '00, Class Poot. Ball, ,003 President Union lliterary Society, '00. "Ike" is a short, stout, handsonie fellow, who wears glasses "to help his looksfl He was once known by some as "11.5'l Robertson because of a certain grade niamlc in German. The girls, one and all, are crazy about hini but he l1HS11,17'f11UG for girls., He occupies his valuable nioinents arguing about 4'lVell, it doesn't inatter much What." He will be a great cheniist someday when he has learned all there is to be known about that branch of science. "O, I know of one Zitzflc girlie." KAT1-IA HI X PIC QM. ARG A RE T SC Ili DEX li Q"Sl1iney."j B. S. Cl1G11'11Sf1"Y, Vice-President Phil osophian, 1908, President Philosophian, 1909, President Yi. NV. C. A., 1000-1010, l had a. favorite l'l'llSllUl' laltvly. U.RI'UffZli'7lfj fiflx Hn' nafmf and .vlirs Hn- soul." 4148 Secretary of Senior lllass: S. ll. .X. A. Katharine has a. peculiar "giggle" and is fond of sarcasm. 'ls bright and knows that some of her professors think so. lrlor par- ticular hobby is Physics. ilfzlte takes .ln active iiitm-1-4-st in atllletivs and has been president ol' llO2l1'l'N' ux'oi"vtlxii1g. Sho has TIIE KENTUCKIAN Q6 be i 4 .--'Z PSYCHOLOGY . 4- W yxwoeya .f Y L D fy LOC!! ' . f 515' QQ. if A ' A - 4 .' ' v- I 'Q A gil- N Q 1 Y, .4 :fi-if'3"7 f- 409 "Qe"'xS' 1iwff7P-fi' f' MJ,3'v' fgi ,5,'::N,: ,fl fy, ,s-4..- af, HOMER WILSON CHI'IO1'l'1Q1'.775 Lexington. Keiifueliy. Q Baeheloi' of Arts in Englishg Patferson l,ite1'ai'3' Soeietyg Iclea Synclieafeg Y. M. C. A. S. U. A. A. Hoinei' is a favorite with all The girls especially those in the Anglo-Saxon class. lle enee tlirealieiiecl to leacl a hancl of iniflc-1'-elassinen ancl police- nien to sfoi-in HlleaVen," hut gave it up as a had unclerfalcing. llis latest aeeomplisli- ment is learning to clanee. iff F716 l171ls711'i11g num is Ho! fl7ll'fl,jjS 17111 had man." HOIZERT GUTHRIIC STRONG CHS'fi'e1ig'fli1.77j 1 llonisville, Kenfnelcy. Baeheloi' of Science in f'l1en'xisl'i'y5 Clhemieal Soeietyg Viee-'Presiflenf lvnion l,ife1'a1',v Soc-iefyg S. lv. A. A. 'Lilies lmoxing, espeeially, XV0l'l"X'lllQ some fiinifl fellow with a eyelone flf'lll4JllQl'l'?lllfbll. l'S1oi'e11gTl1'l is fonfl of arts anil seienee alilqeg expeefs To spenfl the next few years of his life in some remote eornei' of The eai'1'h, i. e. the .Xmles or the Pllilippiiles. lllmllfl like To fzllli To The girls lllll' Cflllll get up interest' anml eourage. 'l'1-iefl onee on a time to lighi' a wafei'-s1'1'eai11 flll'llC'll lilll'0llQ'll a lslnnsen. l'illl'llf'l'. "Cl'f11111011 In rffffzl of lfzem, 1711212012 lo leff of Hzmn, FCIIIIZUIL in fron! of Hmm, l'oNeyef7 am? l711mf7ererZ." 49 THF TTENTUCKIAN WV T' MARIETTA EINLEY CASSADY Q"Miss Ver.sailles."j Versailles, Kentucky. Bachelor of Arts in Englishg A I' A3 Neville Literary Societyg Senior His- torian. For the first tivo years she was with us, you would have thought that Heaven had lost one of its quietest angels. Studious, shy and modest. In her Junior year soniething happened. XVe think it was a crush. Her greatest delight is to start an argument with Sandy. XVonder what the .secret is? A rather uncertain temper. H,DG771'l,l.7707208S is rm- ccc7mfeoen1c1tt." ELORENCE CRGWDER CCCF1O.77D Lawrencehurg, Kentucky. Bachelor of Arts in Englishg Treasurer Neville Literary Societyg Y. TN. C. A.g S. U. A. A. It you are in hunt of a studious nature, we have it here. Her education is the fruit of long, long ll-ours spent with XVehster's Dictionary. NVheu the new system of lfinky's lectures came into vogue 'tElol' failed us. She has glided through college to date without tak ing a. l1ll1lllDlC in her major. They say sixty pages she wrote. "HHN 11'f1lc'l's rrzzrn. 1Y1'f'p." 50 THE KENTUCKIAN ffff X 5 111 CD 3 25 AG 'I LS 3 pus: poomzpoj fr Q9 1 l"l1ff,Q my nglls 12' if Uvljish-If P ll Ol ff INTIOOO 49 AV M ,AA-. 'fav Av CIN Howto Fhmlx BERT LOUIS S .LL qu pun uo od 03 suo FRFNL M. X LI II1 French x Q O ,Z VJQRTHE AMERIPAN GIRL O nnqgs fig 7 Q X 1 9 rx., "af-"M xv 1 f mf' 1 , .N wmv? , f'm'5'wff"2yi-1dm'gv .Z G9 cw Q 7 W f-11 ,. A V if frgpif 51? y X We vqxv' x izwnji- 'Filly 0005 091 A N4 1' A -!,ivj96 gh 16? NX "K-Q FW 1 15 . 1 11.. , Ev .,,, lf' 'vf , ' ' Q1 1. 1 if ,, M :J ,, L ON fi . 1 ef . fifgg ,,. ,,,, ..,, I - .1 - g I, 1' 5 1- - 0111 2 ci? A 'S V Q! , . ,lll , , , I dw K ,J 3 fffwi b 2 fl! 2 215- ., ' 7 3 1. V . V7 2' . Q22 . V . .,.-, ,,w'Q :,: -'-:. 5 5 ,rf 5 f , ' 0 , H 1 3 13 W 1 ' f ' . l E :E 9' ,,, - ' I 2. H O ,Q O b 6' -. 3 5' 1 if in A. A ff gf :ci E ' 'Q Q Q LJ - if'5f.1.:1 , ' 'sow Q9 Q A. -' 9' xv- -4 55 Qgx 0 'V :M 'X Mk' 1-"'f,:?:' 2 ' A 52 "' Q l L Q Nsbx X: Q S 'NN I X RUBYE BINGO FLEMING Q f'Rub."j A Hickniaii, Keiitucky. Bachelfoi' of Arts in Lating E Q Ag Girls, Basket Ball Teumg S. U. A. A. 'CRHIY' Claims distinction by vi1't11e of her wit, which are we not cz11'ef11Hy O11 0111' guard is likely to take Too p1'11Q1'ica1 a turn. Ahiiost as athletic as HT. BY, Doesift care 11111011 for iIJo111QfTiQ Sciciico. Sent out 21 crushci' for the Vz11'sit'V foot 112111 1011111 'We are prourl of c31'1:sl1Q1' and C1'11sl1QO. f'U'71y be sad ll'IIC'71f Us jus! UR easy fo 716 Yzfzppyf' 1113Ss1 Ii 11.11'11i1:N Q--iacimp I,0wispo1"r, Kc1111A11c.-ky. BilC'i1CiQ31' of Arts in 'Hz11'l1Q1'1.11111us5 E Q A5 Czlpfuiii Girls' Basket .Hall Tc2z11115 Ncvillo iI,irc11'z11"x' Swim-'ryg 1111111 SMH. A1- thf111g'l1 "I13w4' is rlw yf11111g'0sf 11101111111 mf T110 Slxllifll' dass aiu' has wfm ilK'1' "KA rlwi1l'IlXYS il 111111. likv il lllklll. XVz111I1-fl 111 fight' 11111 111w1i'c1ss111's 1:1111 "IJic'k." llc-1' Pili Hull f1'ic1111ls 1111111141 llc-lilalh To hm' Sum- sfm. Owi11g1w1 "I311ss' u.llZl1'lll'C' was "Iic'11" El 1-1'11sl1c11' 111' il c'1'11sl1c'f-5 "'T71f .wrlfiffmf 11'm'cZ.s of Hf'.w.w1'f"S lffll- .lrw Uzrnwf. ff lllliffilf 7lflI'F 7101122-.U 51 THE - . 5 . X COURSE OF STUDY FOR THE KINDE EPARTF ' GRADES OF THE BIBLE SCHOO Tr Q crassigappp-Moaaris 2 NA, J. TW 'Q 'ifxgvl ,x V A1 O 1.b1u1tY AND 4 . 0 "'Q, if . 76 'QA t ,qx.:q T ff ' 'QA J . o G It Al II TTENTUCKIAN ALPHA HUBBARD f"Senator.7'j Hubbard, Kentucky. Baehelor of Artsg Major Englishg S. U. A. A. 5 President P3tf'61'.SO11 Literary Soeietyg Class Crater, '08-'095 Class Rep- resentative Debating Team, '09-10,5 Class Foot Ball Team, '06-'07-7085 Wlinner of Crum Medal, '08, The '4Senator" first appeared as an unsophistieated normalite and since his arrival has been the biggest trouble starter here. He is always to be seen in elass meetings. Tmagines he has a will of his own-Q A good orator but seine one has told him so. "A Big Bunch of Noise." HALCOMB HUDSON CTL 6."j Lexingto 11, K entucky. Bachelor of Artsg Major Lating Batter- son Literary Soeietyg Business Manager Idea! Assistant Business Manager Ken- tuekiang Captain Co. C., '08-'095 Captain Campus Club 5 Leader of Knockers' Club. HH. GW has roamed the S. U. Campus for years unknown. He hung up with another sandy haired youth and ouee ehal- lenged one of the professors. He is a master key and is a great Crusher. Fond of a famous Bible female. "'fl71te 720110 of z'o11lf'11I1'o11." 52 THE KENTUOKIAN 1 'Q rIE LIFE OF 1,1 .11 22 11 ' ' ' 1 is EI XR ALLAN POE V SARAH ROSETTER MARSHALL ' ' -I Vz f- 1: . -V 5 o S SPAM-,H CHS31'Ell1 BG1'11l1H1'Clt.77D it E S 1.11 3 ft ' tgu fj l1ex111gto11, Kentucky. 5 Q, . ..,,'f'.1...,j... gf!! Q Bachelor oi Arts 111 L11g'l1Sl15 lx Ia FQ ' U I,1'GSlClG11'E Neville Literary Soeietyg Vice- Presiclent Senior Classg Idea, Symlieateg ' 43 - UI. S.7'5 liG11'CUClil311 Stallg Dramatic A Club. A 1var111, southerly breeze always bl'0WVl1'lg. HI a111 awfully sorry I Cillllt A Q Stay. l will be back i11 a few 111i1111tes.'l 'xx 'W' Spoke lll1'CG Words i11 "Ricl1elie11." 'A iv s111ile that NVO117l1 001116 off. Ollieial ticket- 1 ' ' seller at all girls' basket ball g'a111es. A an 'RQ ernshee of heartls clesire. After all 'mst Q Y, a warm heartecl lass of the Sfllllllltlllfl. . 8 21,0 1,6255 SI-lAK13pEA J -,ff A , ' 5 ,,mITI,,q 326521512 Qqmcs "You call me C1'0u1zt."- fs, ' ' 1' 1 C , SKJUIUIJOG U 0 'rx-115 UNITED s'rAT13s AS A WORLD l 1 Q I POWER CES .Q Room THE FRENCH Pqovm b GP A ' '-sfffp 'Gm wi-- i Q' ffl' 1-921 l m 1 QQ 1 Q, :ff ' ELlZ1XI3ICTll SARGEXT 1 1 ' ,, ,. C"S1ss3.7'j , 1 nl X l 1 7 1 ' h1'a11kfo1't, lXC11lNC'lif'. f 1 S 1 , , I 7 1 - - rw ' A llaehelor ot Arts 111 I,at'111. lll1S morlest 'A ' flame Sl'llfllf'S 1ll01'C than any ll1C'llllJC'l' ill 1 X ' IE the elass. She is a 11'1'eat fl'll'1lfl ot i, A 52 ,. ., .., . ,W wr A ' R' "lx111kv Zlllfl lutl. llc-mls l,al'111 for il 'AY r , ' 1 ,I . . ax ' X' P1lSl'llllC'. She flour belleve that there 11 4 ,jg 1llllC'll 111 lite, but we think there is some xt A Aj ,vp . , . . NT 1 5? 11110 back 111 l'1'2ll1lillll eo1111t.V, tor whom ART Q' CU - - - ff - - aggmzzex L6i""'!' .563 U3 she IS l1x'111g'. llllllliS there IS 11o plaee ' Q . 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Bachelor of Arts 111 E11g'lisl13 Patterson Literary Soeiefyg U.lolu1 l'liO111'j'l7 is one of the best t1'ai11e1's of Latin, F1'O11Cl1 and Gel'- 'man Njaelisl' the worhl has ever seen. Half The elassieals flepeufl on hi111 for f1'H11Sl2lllO11S. lle can always give The jack C'1'e1'hat11111 et li1'e1'a1'11111.,' Tog'etl101' with llo111e1' he reacls Saxon for all The major lC11g'l1sl1 sf111le11i's. lle has no C1'11shCe. llacl is on The 'fFo1'0e.', HSl.If"lZf 7111! .QOC1.fllJ7l'.U vo 1 AVx U lady Qt limi, 'SA . ffwwjyl 5 T' Us l owaes A . MQ- W' l ll ' Eg 66 Limemzure- ' WQRKS a oe11CP1L sv' RYDENS P go ioigxl-55" 1 3 ' ' ' 1 D' J D , 0915 ,,fjef-ffgvl lflXl1l, LERTOX NN lzljlg 1 lx A? ,QAEA gc 1Q"'?l9lxC,sf'l9'J ' ' C All BOF'-lll 5 . . -1 f saw. Qvbswowqvl ' 1 Y- f . A Y mm. 1X1lla1'1l, lXf'1lll1C'lifX'. -X' V A. 4 '1 f f . . 1 . . 19 , MC l3z1c'l1r1lo1' ol Arts 111 l2llQ'llSllZ f'a11f'z1111 X , , . Q- -W v. 1 49 0 1' of Vo. .X, UN: ll11111c-1' of CH, .X hlC'll2ll, -nf-L lloofwi l'1'f-si1h1111' of llllllllilflf' f'l11hg l Sfafl 1010, lq011ll1f'lil2U1Q Sf-111111' .X1l1lefi1 , .. I . N Y I 1112 lllS wav. llasn f S1lC'lll' ll10l'C' than o lllllIl'5 111 Sf111lY 111 all ill lllS c'ollr'Q'c' . 1 11c'w1' z11'1s111Q' 1-a1'lv r111o11Q'h Io 2ll'l'0l14l 1C11'sf U1 ifflllfl lIHlll' 1'-laffcls. lllalv he ffillllfl 413170 V Q lflflllk. pz::1sAqd 9 qdel 429, :Kyo if N IQ! 31351 ,D Shakgspearem -f-2 111511. llc-ml Qillllf' sport' z1111l hc-ap ll1llf'l1 c-1'11sl11-1'. om ll Winn: uoowf r111r7 uoowfl 171 " l Lf 1A" ..,,,. .... . ., 1 55 L l0TQ Sc-c'1'er111',x' uf -l1111io1' Vlass: fl'l11c1f Tun ILENTUCKIAN , LEONARD CABELL BRIDGES Q4'Laz. ' ' D Stamping Ground, Kentucky. Bachelor of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Manager of Basket Ball Team, Staff Kentuckian, Battalion Ad- jutant, '09, Patterson Literary Society: Track Team, Mechanical Representative of Transit, S. U. A. A. "Laz" i.s a man of few Words and many mumblings. He only Winds his Watch during iirst hour class. Expects to illuminate the lighting World with his tung stenj brilliance. A sort of diluted crusher. His management of the basket ball team is to be com- mended C He loved Elam. "He staacls for his rights, always." LAWRENCE EDYVARD BROWN C 4'Gus. ' ' D Somerset, Kentucky-. Bachelor of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, T B H, Subscription Man- ager of 710 Kentuckian, S. U. A. 'A. '4Gus" hails from the hilly berg of Somer- set, he brought with him many good in- tentions and early distinguished as a stu- dent, making Tau Beta Bi in his Sopho- more year. The greatest social achieve- ment of his college career was hi.s attend- ing the Junior "Brom," where it was thought he made a crush but this proved a false alarm. He and f'Ben,' expensed the Southern for a new pair of shoes. "The clay was alarl: and d1'ca.ry." I 6 T HE TTENTUCKIAN m a H T. f , liiiii Wrrrrfmi rnnenrueu onfriui rl no Q195 I '64 C ,511 ,vi Il18nu"'31 S gb P . . pr CD Engine ,-QQ -+- CCLTin5,.77D Carthage, Missouri. Bachelor of Mechanical and Electrical Engineeringg K 23 Right Guard Varsity Foot Ball Teamg Traelz Teamg S. U. A. A. 'When "Tiny" came to adorn 'our elass, the boys on the streets looked at him as if in admiration of a poliiiieal hossg for in size he has no equal in these parts. "Tiny" had prohalizly the greafest crush of any person in the class. The Heruslieel' resides in the HTJC1illj'1'llG Disiirietfl and many trains have heen laden wifh flowers fhifher. He expects To have a green house of his -own in The fufure so as To have f' an ample supply. "Ts it actually!" 'llml 710 hippecl the light fa.11Lcc.s:Lz'c foef' iliili ROYATJSTOX HAYWOOI9 PRAM CHBTUJYJEOII Tlead."D TVilliamstov'n, lfentueliy. Bachelor of Meehanieal and lileelrieal ilC11g'i11ec'1'i11g3 Class Treasurerg lJ2lfliC'l'SOl1 l,llCl'211'f' Soeielyg S. V. X. A4 Hutton Tlead Cluh. When 0171111 came to Sfafe many fears ago and enlisted in the great army' of hsllf' Pal" he left lmehind a fair little girl. This erush has lasted 'rllrougli all 'fhe years, and iliere may he wedding hells on eonuneneemeni' day. .ls a man of lrusiuess Roy has proven himself a sueeess in aefing as elass treasurer. "ll'71011 lore .Qpecals all else is si,Ie11i." 57 TIAI E KENTUCKIAN JOHN JAMES' OURTIS C"Noisy.'7j Greendale, Kentucky. Bachelor of Mechanical and Electrical Engineeringg T B U5 S. U. A. A. Ulhen a. inan can live four years in a college coininunity and never inake more noise than talking to a professor, he can justly he called HNoisy." In his quiet way John- nie is an enthusiastic college inan. If ever a crushee should sinile at hiin there either would he a funeral or at Wedding. "The Gods of Wisdom have S'l72vi'ZCCZ on 7L'im." MONROE JACOB ERANKEL QUM-onk,' 7 '4Veroy." Louisville., Kentucky. Bachelor of Mechanical and Electrical Elngineeringg S. U. A. A. If he were as good a student as he is a sport he would have inade a. record while at State. He is never caught asleep in Dope's class more than three tinies per hour. Many a "crushee'7 has enjoyed HMonk7s" hospi- tality at the Phoenix, hut he has never had a real crush. He expects some day to he a great contractor. Has already learned to snroke cigars like Professors Anderson and Erankel. Ulas never known to be at Hrst hour class on time. "Sleep, sleep, Oh, sweet sler'p."' 58 I t 4D ELBCTRICAL EPARTMENT I1-lt: TIIE ZKENTUCKIAN .101-1X ST. 01111111 G1111V1N C:CBOOgG1'S.77D Clive Hill, IiG11lHCli5'. Bael1elo1' of 3lCCll2l11lC2ll and ElCCll'lC2ll El1g'l1lGG1'l1lg3 T B 113 P1'0SlllC111t of Soph- c1111O1'G Classg C11ptz1111 of Co. ll, 'O95 Assistant 3l12l11HgGl' of F0011 'Ball 11111l 'llmelc Tez1111s, '095 Class Base l311ll ilO2ll1lQ Allilll- ager of Tracli TC31115 S. ll. A. A. HB1:1ogQ1's'l is 2111. eager seeker 11l:1'c11' li1l0XVl- Oclge z111cl fllllfll' 02111113115 21TT1'z1c"r1011s. flle is f2ll11Oll5 fm' class 100111 1111f1es. He ONV11Ofl the lwst Nec.-l111111c':1l s1fl0l1111'11s. Boing 111111s1111ll'v s11sc'c111'f1l1l0, l1c+ f'2l1'ly fell 21 1'1c'f1111 To ll c'1'11sl1f1e 111 1'l1e lllflflfllilllfl l3z11'li 11e1g'l1l1o1'l1oml. "ll'71a1f cl. dull pIaee'i71e nforlcl would be if Hzere were 110 zL'0me11." TllOM.XS lllfl1lC.'lfl,PlS l.l.XYS C"l.011Q'fl1j'.'lj YQ1'sz11llc1s, lXlC'11lllC'li'V. ll'3z1f-l1c1l111' of Rlf'li'll2'llllC2ll z111fl 'lflc-c't1'1C'z1l l'l11g'111c1c11'i11g1': K 3: llzilllllb z1111l f'1'11ss5 S. lv. .X. .X. Tfllll is :1 l1z111cls11111f- l111y,,sf1111c1- times, Zllltl 1s il "S,ll2ll'lill 111 c'lec'T1'1c'1T5'. llz11l1111fl'1'11111 XYC'l'S2lllll'S, llrl 111111 1'01"1' little lo lQ111'11 2lfl'l'1' C'lllC'l'lllQ I'l1c1 l'1111'c11's1T'1'. .ll2lf'Sl l111l1l1f' is l'1'z1c'111r111 C'llQ'lllC'S. lfc'l1r1CS 11-11111 l511yle1111 111'111'r.- t'4'111C'lllSlVf'l'X' l11s z1l11l1'L3' as El c'1'11sl1c11'. NNI' uvm KL 170,10 ffr'11rl.U 59 TIU3 KENTUCKIAN JAMES HENRY HALL QI-lossv alias f'Snaggle."j Lexington, Kentucky. Bachelor of Mechanical and Electrical Engineeringg T B H5 Manager of Base Ball Teaing Dance Connnitteeg Record Staff, '08-09. "Horse" is a self-niade man-we hope. His ability as a debater indicates that he would have been a suc- cess as a lawyer even though he possessed none other of the requisite characteristics. 4'YelloWed" as business manager of Ken- tuckian. If he was 'ever guilty of a crush, no one in school is wise to the fact. "From ehiZcZ7wo0Z's how' I 'have not. been as othevis were." CHESTER ARTHUR KUEBLER QuChess."j Louisville, Kentucky. Bachelor of Mechanical and Electrical Engineeringg 2 A E. Private conversa- tion with his Dean. Noted for his in- difference to the trend of class affairs and takes frequent holidays and trips to his hoine town. S-onie crushee niust be re- sponsible for the latter. 1381 South Brook Street. A brilliant n1ind not used. "Early to bed and c'cw'Zy to rise Makes a mam Ytealtlny, fwealtlzfy and lz1'z'Se."' 60 Tun KENTUCKIAN BEN HARRISON LOGAN C'Huber."j Trenton, Kentucky. Bachelor of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering 5 K 35 T B H, Lamp and Oross 5 Staff of Kentuckian, Record St-aff, '08-09, President S. U. A. A., Olass Foot Ball Team, '07 and '08, First Lieu- tenant Oompany O, 'OS-O95 Patterson Literary Society. Ben aspires to a "fire- manshipv on the Q. 8 O. Favorite sport: "bird hunting." He bears the distinction of being c'Dope's" favorite saddle horse. Fatally crushed by an expert Ucrusheel' frhin the Shelbyville neighborhood. Fell air to Hzelielsv flame. f'Tl1c lzearl of lzlm who truly loves is a, pcL1'acli.Sc on ccw'l7L." GEORGE PEMBERTON MILLS CNG. P.77D Lexington, Kentucky. Bachelor of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Mystic Thirteen, Staff of 1910 lfentuckian, S. U. A. A. George is undoubtedly the best looking boy in school and could have easily won first place as "the crusher of the class," had not Cupid pierced his heart, deeplf-' and lastingly during his high school days. H-1 worked harder and more consistently for the success of the 1910 Kentuckian thaw any other member of the staff. Oannot spell fourteen Words correctly. Always took txvo examinations in Mathematics. "'Mulual love, the crown of all our bliss." G1 U ' p'ff'Q' I --' 42 iff:- . Q. ? L41- ayffif ' A, 1 1-' -J? f f f 1 1,1 1 Haw Gems eos Yr Q25 'Sr 'fl- QS' 45 . ,.,,,, 696 W " Qevo ,ze 15, V1 V 3 ig' Q I T 5 V . i 'f ' f' f 'nf '1 THE IEENTUCKIAN LAUREN SNYDER OPROARK. CCCPOl3.77D Cannel City, Kentucky. Bachelor of Mechanical and Electrical Engineeringg T IB H5 Editor-in-Chief of the Kentuckiang Assist-ant in Machine Shopsg Transit Staff, ,095 S. U. A. A. "Pop" has great literary ability and can use a hammer to perfection. He is always an optimist except when on the second floor of Mechanical Hall.. "Pop" demonstrated his ability as a f'crusher" by making fatal job -of it in his freshman year and is now the proud father of the class mascot. "Behold the leader of men." EVANS LAYTON SHUEE C'fSoda" alias MThoisday.,'j George-town, Kentucky. ,Bachelor of Mechanical and Electrical Engineeringg S. U. A. A. He makes more fuss to the amount of talking he does than any man in the class. "Sedan is anno-ther one of Dope' s string of 'C.saddlers.'i lf he has ever fallen all i'iel'im to a fair 'ccrusheen' he has kept it strictly quiet. Bubble, bubble, bubble. ' 'i "Fo7'.S00H1,, H112 'HIFHFQS at Z1'I'l'lIfI jzlnzpffzzgf yaftfr' G2 THE IQENTUGKIAN ' p i I il A,A, f otor - dfave , . 2251 fe! 6 SWS Y 466 'Go 1 Q '61 2959 Q25 .I A' K -iff S A : , J Nui' vu' A 1019 au JOSEPH BRYAN SHELBY C4'Stink.'?j Lexington, Kentucky. Bachelor of Mechanical and Electrical E11g'il1GG1'lHg'Q CIP A C05 Lanip and Crossg T B U5 Foot Ball Teani, 'OS-'O95 Gyni- nasiuin T1'G2lSll1'C1'5 S. U. A. A.5 Dance Coinniittee. There is the seconfl of the Siamese twins. Joe was one of the heavy 111011 on the ,OU foot hall teani, also one of The fclieavyl' inen in The Mechanical flClJ211'i'11llQ11l. He w-:wks like he plays foot hall, with all his niigliti lJ111'i11g The 11oon hom' .lee spencls his lainie eolleefiiig jokes ifroin, Mix lliekei' ancl iilq11OCli.H Ask Hllossw Ilall ancl Shelhy Shanklin for ill- fo1'111a'rio11 on The Ql'2l11ll crush he has on at presenf. NHQ mine, he sew, lm r'onq11e1"ccZ." SHETLBY Sll1XXKl,lX fiisllilllliill Uglllflfllfl-'fl'liZ.,7D Eexiiigfon, lq011'fUCliy. Baehehcii' of Mechanical anrl ElGCl1'lCi2ll lC11gi11ee1'i11g': 'IJ A 9: Lanlp anfl Ci'1'os.sg Basket Ball Teamg fi'X'1IlH2lSllUl1 Team. "Sl12l11liSu has assoeiaferl with Cilfmcfi Shelhx' so much thai Thev are jiislly eallerl The Siamese Twins. lle was once eiirollefl in The l5lllN'l1 who lwaf 2'l1'OUHfl The main hiiihling' hui C'011C'lI1flCfl fhaii a little work Wwlllfl he of heneht io him so he i'lU'llCfl ovei' loo .NlYC'C'll2l1llK'ill. lf is a known f2lC'i'. anfl piwweii hx' 44fa'fisTies that he is no 'speeflw nlaniac 2U1fl.XV2llliS on nimhle foes when aiwmiifl The one anfl only crush. He shuns flark C'O1'l1Cl'S ancl is nevei' so liappjv as when Talking' of The weafhci' oi' afhletics To her. 63 T ITF lCEN TUCKIAN ROBERT CLYDE WILSON Lerington, Kentucky. Bachelor of Mechanical anfl Electrical Engineeringg S. U. A. A.. ' Wilson has been taking work in spasms for a nuinber of years, but clocicletl that ?1O was the year for hini. He is a inan of regular habits C and never gets to a class inore than two niinutes late. He ha.s invented inore excuses for being late anal absent than any inan in the University with the possible exception of C'Soclai" Slintf. His crushee at present is Morpheus. "rl, :rec .small voice." KO KOXUO 'l'oliyo, Japan. llaclielor of Kleehaiiieal anil Electrical Engineeringg S. ll. A. .X. This abbrevi- ateml speeinien 'i'l'0lll the lnnil of the ihliliznlo eanie lo ns at. the beginning of our Senior year. N-o one knew aught of hiln nt The there, anil know no niore at. prese . . inost. eonx'ersaiion he ever earrieml on with any one was to say, "li ilon't know." lll takes lllX'Hit'l'lUllS trips ailment enee il W00lX anml is tlionglitr to be one el' -lapan's wise ones in .hlllt'l'li'Zl. G-it X T1-In IKENTUCKIAN SCHOOL JOURNA RICHARD ALEXANDER EDWARDS A QHDick."j Lyniiville, Keiifucky. iw C7 ,CT 'Q Bachelor of Arts in Echicafiong Presi- dent Union Litoi'ai'y Sof-ietyg Y. M. C. A. C01H1HiifG1112l11 K. Ii. IJ. A.g Prosiclcnl' . K. I. O. A.5 Presideiit Scnioi' Chissg Avti Eciitoi' of 1910 Keiitiickiznig S. U. A. A. A nian of fractions fC1l'llJ01'2l11'l011i'. Ono glass iihniiinafos his CO1lllDiOXif'?11. is ivaily an artist, hut sad To 1'Qhi1'0, knows ill Has zifhmpfcii Pup! philosopliy. Bcilievus . Fl'OC Hamid cil'llSilf'OS mhwo him. hVil'C I Pullm' mul Pfih1'ic-:il Boss. f'f'07f'71r1'ly may Yufuxfz flllfz 710 sNr'7vf. ami . D . hwnt ' -- r Cb' HN CW i 9 lL'll?' rl. grmrf' ffm nmw. .- uf ii ' wff Cao, . if.. fflg A ' f -.L-.- 5 x A KD in , S, ' Y Y v - 1 v Y A ' 5 . .7 A LX IX Ci,A.Ri2X CIC Ehfiiflli bf ' Sf C"lD1'Qz1cfl101'f'j 4 Euhmik, Kr-1i'r11c'ky. f i A iiiIC'i1C'iH1' of SC'lf'lN'C in Iffhivzxflfmii. Aw ?lC'ill0VOll101lfS. Itllirili is Thr' Unix' nlzln in the Ci2lSS that was ahlc 'fo hc-at 'rho iinilifary tiO1J2ll'i'llli'1li'. iC11Ir1i'cwl 2lFhXvO1'lll2liifC'. H0 has ai slim-ial liking' Thi' Hriilli1l1fJ5C'i5M chl- p iilim lll mei is faiqiiigp.stg'1'z1rl11z1f0 wrwk in Uiisim-j'. .X l1l1iX'f'1'521i, N11il'2l1'iZlH C'l'1lSilf'l', :incl was fwiivv sw-11 at the Hipp with 21 sfiwiiigo flzlnisci. tlonal Revlt "'lz'1'r'1' rr'f1r7'1f,, fIIll'fl'IjS iiwlrly, fm'--U 65 T HE TTENTUOKIAN ALEXANDER ERANR BAKER qffRAke.ff3 Versailles, Ky. LL. B.5 CIP 1' A5 Business Manager of Kentuekiang Member Tdea Syndieate5 Henry Clay Law Societyg Patterson Literary Soeietyg Foot Ball Squad, '08-O9 and '09-105 Track Teain, and holds ree- ord for hannner throw and shot put. A T inan of niany eallings and a wearer of '4Soeiety Brand Togsf' The politician of his class and the B. C. fnoin William Jewel's College of Kansas. "A mem. who belfiefvcfs in. the psyclzological effect of lzfandsome Howsesf' RICHARD BYRON BALLARD qf4PQi-Qiiiuffy Bryaiitsvillo, Ky. fliyli. B.5 5 A Eg .Monihor S. lv. A. A. and the llfenry Clay l.aw Society. The little sport oft his class and pit li.-nd at all musical c-oniodic-sg tho only had thing that Can ho said ahout hini is that he still . deserves linoo lm-ovlws and the only good l thing, that ho is ln-Il -on all t':nlillac-33O's, "QI lozwr of QIIIWIIS. lrzrls. f7f1.11z.sf'7s. fill? H?lIfifZf'l1R and flf1ll'lifIN.U HH ---el THE ILENTUCKIAN ilfll. fl:,x1f,51 ' A , "" -5 Tiaff' f fi 1 A - . fo yylsmysyywyfusyylnk ' CHARLES E. BALDXVIN 19?iQ:,,15' f Q., f'fK1ug ol the C1'21XV.7 'D ff .ig fv op.. 1 ff ff' 'f"T 'f Q Xb Q Q 1 . , ' Cecil, Ohio. 1 - LL. 13.5 Member Henry Clay Law ' f ' Soeietyg Graduate of Chio No1'the1'n Uni- . ' h Versityg Meuihei' Willis Club C. N. U. A Should you seek a faker, your Search may E Cllfl,---ljy asking ten fhousaucl foolish ques- tions every clay, he inclueecl Qluflge Lafferty that it ymulcl he hettei' to give hiiu his sheep skin this year than to he hotlierefl Ne' with hiiu longer. 4 .V L afp OWL, ywfawfb of H1716 1115111 11'1l71 lfle 1110111 sf1o11!fZf'1'S." . 4 5 50017 q3"'+i' ' ... .fx 2:11 Z3 Z ,Q , .- y QMAWV SCHOOLQS as 1 S.: -? 5 kv OO 0 ' 1 cG:g.S7'oo Obi 04" gb K1 . ' xo ' . I ,TAXLMLICS THCLHAS CLAY C'iBuclclie."j Paric, Ky. R - LL. R. E A E2 Xvlf'C'-P1'C'Slflf'lll llcfury Clay Law Society. .X Flay, a lq0lll'llC'lil?11l aucl a gentleman, lluflrlie Qlauu-s is f'llill'- 21C'l'01'lZO1l lmy his "lwl1111111i1iQ f'l'1lllll'f'llilllf'f'll -' his 2lQ'K'lll'2l0f' wifll thc- vue aucl his low- for 0 Q fast 11111-sc-S aurl prcllly 111ai1lc-us. Q far I DV ,S ".l ,wfr11'.Q711'111'11fj I-II U10 rZr11'Z'11w,Q.Q." f ,E Ude Q9, , Qc... Ll 0 l!'l":v ' l Q GT T1-In KENTUCKIAN pfaclice Court LAW ep Q2 59- v lVl l.l,l1XiM GEORGE CLUGSTUN CHClng.',j cf' 4, I .R 4 wwf Da Bills and Notes Lexinglion , Ky. LL. Hg Mnimgiiig Editor Irleag Secre- 'mry Union lVJliCGl'2l1'f' Society, 1908-O93 Member lloiirj' Clay Law Societyg First Lieulonzliitz Co. E., 1908-O95 Member S. U. A. Aj A parfic-nlm' friencl of "Shen Pal, .ll Marlon llzivis anzl Zoniniy. f'Tf1'.9 sad zvllmz you HIVIUHZ7 of 712i-9 zvaszfecl Zffv. for --.H H. C. F.XUl'.lfNEll. fHSllO1'l'.7iD l3lll'l'JOlll'X'lll0, YK0lllillt'li'V. l'.l'.. ll. llus no p:11'i'i0nln1' ilC'lllPV011lG11lS- lint is noloml for luis lmowlmlgo. -Bl2lklG il slight cllorlr ln play fwuti bull mice. A flown, am, -1inlm'm-v's uinlivv in llio coin " Tlhlqos lill' sm'iu11slx', in llm lllllllllll' WNV 'Q .11 . mu' of lllu lwsi. ul' guml 'livllmxx 1 G S Cruslior on lille quin-ii. lCxp0m'fs fo liolnl cl T1-LE K13NTUe1q1,1N LAW SVI-IOOL 'S ff ' B 16 9 f X Wsofg US112 ess, QB Oratory zsloxv f: ' 9 , ,ff Gif -f 0 I gee' ' Q! -, 011, fe, . r 7156 'oy 44 ' . 0. Q J- '41 000 9' - fi 4' 04, 9 H720 40- 49 l 'J39' "7- -1: ' f V' Q1 1-' 4 x v -1' '4 : 'C I' - Q. ,ff '4' ' 41 62? if 2- J' I p A44 ,- sf' . 1l'll.'lJ,1JI.' 1-1 1 1:1 nf' . .- ff N1, wx: 2 A115111 345 11, ,,,, gllm 15- ' , 1 1. 11111-1 L -7,4 kwa -1, gf . 1 -11 1-1 GZ 11.1, ,. 14 ,Uv aw if ' 1 '11,:..,2f 13 2- - v1.1.1:-,-- .. 1- 1 .2111 1- ' ' 1-I "K1it:Y ll - 111l5'l1'. . - ,y -1,4-1 , I 1 l 1 aqui KS ' ,. 1 ,, Q00 - .il ' l 1? Q 4-Quh ' : C' 1 Z , 11 1 V 14 CST' ' 7, X lf' 5 f X f, X ll '- Z' f QL, 'Fw 1, . . 00 Q' l' lbw . I' lf' 'R-' 1 -,gljf A 1 To -'WT ' li' Ebb -L 1 ' 'QC Q 1 'Z' . - 3, 1. X S4 'Va .. f .J A sm 1. 5 :gn TDI. . 11' A :fm . QQ, 41: x . V , 2 JQHX CARRQLT, FEARS . C'4S'oeic-ty lclol."j New Castle, Ky. l1l,. B4 P21lfO1'SO11 l,i1'era1'y Seeietv illiil Henry Clay llaw Society. One aft 31'11ec111 111 the early SP1'l1lfl', The sky was Clear, the 1110011 Sl1OXV11 h1'ig'l11'ly klllfl all nature was cliS111r11'fi11g herself 111 1'he llrsi' z1cle1'13111e11ls of the season. A 1l10Sl1 clelig'l1l'f11l e'.'e11111g hacl hee11 spent hy Fears a11fl ethere at The lllllffll fl'CqllO11l'CCl Mrs. Hughes? rl:11'11-1115g Seheelg hut when The llfblllf a1'1'11'ecl fer lak- iug' the fair 11l2llfl01'li llfblllfl, Fears cleserlefl his heffer half. hvllffll SfJllQfl1lT hy a frieml a11cl telrl fhaf l1e sheulfl aeee111pa11y saicl lassee safely To her floor, he 1'e1'1liefl: "Na1v, she sat out four rla11ees a11fl l'll he --if ll 21CCfO1l1l'12ll1f' her 2lllTVXYlNll'Q,77 MOllG,XN lfllllilllJlflllfl'lf ,TONTFS C"l3igKlf111tl1."j Pl,'lll2lll17 Ga. l,lQ. ll.: Sc-11ir11' Vlass O1'al'11'g Pl'O4lflf'l'lt l,2lfl0l'S1Il1 ll,ife1'a1'y Sf1eiefy,see1'111fl llflllllf 1111115 lle111l1e1' llllf'l"Sf1C'lf'f,V ,llCll2lll!1L1' rllf'2llll. ,l1111es1e1c1swsses a l1ig'g'e1' 1111111111 a111l a lflllilvl' 1'f1a1' lllilll 2lll'Y r1t'he1' .-T111lv11t tha1' eva-1' 1l12lf1'lC'lll2ll'Wl af the ll1111'e1'si1y llis Silllllllilf' uighf C'Cllf'l1l'2lllHllS 1l111'1115g The past' year variefl The 'lllfbllfllllllvk' ef a sI'111l11111s life. The 1111111 who C'l2ll1i!51 To he the first law sflwlf-11? ef The l'1111'e1's1fN' L0 sec-111'e a llC'0l1SC' t 1 Pl'ilK'll1'O 111 the Stale. 69 THE ICENTUCKIAN CLEM F. KELLEY C"Cle1r1111y."j 'Pittslmliw Penn. ii? LL. lil. H K A5 S. U. A. A.5 Tfrmi-y Clay Law Society. Very l1I1Pl'G5SlO11Z1lJlQ hut his cases lievoi' last long, for he he- lieves, in loving them all zmfl letting mine escapeg yet cloep down in his lieart he frvf 5 but one. Hiouovs ai girl by letting hcl' wear his frat pin Until another pufs i.J1'i1 bid for it. "A deep tfaizvkeir' and savvy, but Zoaizfh to apply Yziinzselff' AWA lf, IAUIQ .XT 1,1515 GASTINWEA U Q"Kuzzi0."D Nimhlluslmro, Ky. LL. .l3.5 hlOllllK'l' of lilmiry Clay law Sociofiv. Au clk, il lll0ll1l3C1"Uf the Rfvyzll Orcloi' of Owls mul 21 fu-qlloiifel' of the Dump, hv m'v1'1-allxw all uhstawlvs :mil grrvs promise of lwvmning mm of the 111-'Sf ll.0l'Ol'l0llS lZlNYf'0l'H ut' his vhlss. 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LL. li., Yiee-President Henry Clay Law Soeiefyg Eclitoi' Students, Directoryg f Menihei' Y. M. Cl. A. The Siniling Kill from Mikado. Louis has shown great iniproveinent in his sluflies since he eanie to Kentucky, anml favoring chap in col- lege, lmf Louis possessed but one failing -that was fhe love of Anieriean girls. No one from The Lanil of the Rising Sun haa ever shown such social propensities in this seefion of The C'Ulllll'!'f' as 1li1l Louis. Genoizczic iz. woven Q"'Fo1'ly-1iYe."l . - v l,llll'Ylll0, lxy. i.hii0lIllN'l' lIem"v tllaiv Law boviety zuul Union iill'l'l'2ll'y Soeiellv. llis invasion oi 3 of llllt'lill' lDl'l'l'll1S. 19, I PJ ' ii. ' s . , gZfcLfff,,Zf.f0ff:i.,4.j., . 3690 ' . ,Q.w.w.w1 ng lf: f' llltfllllfflllli -ffoulfz. fn. e b4.if"'iflQ1,,d, ,ly 01,1 if fbwl' fy. Qt In A-lf, -'fj' '4r3.., Ulm. ' M. V"-f 0 ""'fff "-" fog ' XIIIN lflr' u'i.wlon1 of 11 liflly lflrlfl' 01' ' fy., 'lf' M' 4115-,Il 'Vrllyf J. W1-if:,,,' ffff,,.,L"'1"f.,.. 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' M I., l ,lisa 'ughru awuit A011 of 01, lb, in be paid neered F1'GSll1'll2l11 flag rush, tried Mechan- ics, and learned the automobile business. Quite a society inan, always gets his nanie in the H400 coluninl' the day after. Al- inost equals Sousa, in some respects. Un- doubtedly will occupy the footstool at the supreme bench seine day. Jon TURNER qffimiiei-.vp Job graduated some years ago, but con- cluded that science and farming and kin- dred subjects were not on a high enough level for his ability. llc is the only n1an in the class who is the father of twins. Likes at good game of tennis but don't CRUT? to run. Not exactly lazy. Crusher? Ask Mrs. Turner. 76 -al, THE KENTUCKI1XN '-" "Q ,', ,rz QQ. 1 -., - ' 1 A-AA- 1 , ','fA Q EDGAR 1112 DG1211 XYEBB .1 " ' ' A' gi: Q'4C'11111'11-11e1111.'7j ff " 1, , Y 1 SEl1f1GV111G, hy. 1 1111. 11.5 111111111111 of 1110 P111tQ1'so11 1111- 01'111'5' Society 111111 the 1'1G111'y C1115' 1111111 fg S111'i111'v. 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N -A FK , ., et: 't11,'x1inN My 'Q h ' ' 1 ' E Q munitihig 1q111111's 111111' 1-:1 1f1'v 1111 who 1'1-oss 111111 1111 ?' , 1111'11's s111i1111'y 1111111. ,,.1 1 ew 1 1 -1 .1 ' ,' , my 11 . rvli N 2, C lv-g 1, , 71 'A 11l1x1'11x1-111115 1: ' :'- ' f1h1111' .1 1111--H H---1 '-11- 1-- .1 1 1 A N V , 77 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY LFN CURTISS has made some very rapid flights in his Q Q aeroplane but every once in a while he has an accident and the smoo-tlmess of his flight is interrupted. But time is Q an aviator that never has the slightest mishap and four years on one gallon of fuel is no record whatever. In 1906 Wm. R. Harper, the great magazine man and author, Marshall Field, the great merchant, Susan B. Anthony, the renowned Suffragist, Henrik lbsen, the eeentric dramatist, Senator Gorman, the famous politician and Russell Sage, the financier, all -died. ln the same year, in the month of April the beautiful city of the "Golden Gate,'7 San Francisco, was rocked from her foundations, while a few months later in August, the citizens of Valparaiso, in South America, were mourning the loss of friends and relatives, killed in another great earthquake. All these occurrences made a demand for efficient men and women to fill the vacancies and shoulder the burdens of the world. Therefore in September, 1906, a mob of undeveloped youths were hurried from the North and the South, from the East and the lllest to schools all over the good old land of Uncle Sam. A goodly portion of this bunch of novices landed in Lexington, Kentucky, at the, then, good old f'State Collegen and took up the work, -oh, so hard, of active college students. Thus Fate handled the year 1906. But what of us who landed here with letters from friends and the pastor of the little church at home? Bravely we marched to our various new duties and quickly became efficient in them. In an unguarded moment of heedless taunt- ing from our predecessors we became involved. in a barbarous display of brute strength called class '4Flag Rush." Say, wouldnit old Susan B. Anthony and Ibsen have felt highly gratified to have come upon their immediate suc- cessors about 3 p. m. of that memorable day? Yes, the papers gave the 'CS'oph.s" credit for a great victory over us, but a flighty little yellow journal is not capable of probing the real depths of such affairs and consequently they did not understand our attitude in that matter. Did you ever compare the actions of a brood of incubator chicks to those of a brood raised in the proper manner? Wlell, our class that first year was the incubator bunch and knew nfot the cluck of the mother hen and so naturally st-ood not together but more or less a.s individuals. Unfortunately, the historian lived in the Dormitory 78 ol, THE KENTUCKIAN that year and was so confined by military rules that he was absolutely unable to get a full and detailed account of the conduct of his classmates on the Eve of All Saints Day. Nevertheless he spent one solid week before the grand jury of Fayette county before he could convince them of the fact. I have often wondered since whether he was a liar or a diplomat. The chemists have a process of taking a solution, treating it in a certain manner, pouring it through filter paper, treating again and so on until at last only one pure element remains. Summer vacations have proved to be to our class the chemist spoken of. Each year we came back diminished but more nearly pure. , Remarkable change in our attitude now. YVe discovered the presence of zz microbe called the 4'Freshman" and immediately made life miserable for him. He retaliated by arming Thompson with a. knife. Otherwise than by this loss, we began to win occasional athletic laurels. YVe tizzed in Physics, shivered in Chemistry, and seine of us actually got out with a grade of 14 in t'Math.7' In the fall of 1908, -our Junior year the Law Department opened and our ranks were augmented by the many candidates for the itrinanias Club." Dur- ing the football season we easily defeated the Seniors and later made them look like cold storage eggs in base ball. May the 7th, became a historical event to most of us by reason of theudunior 1D1"O1ll,H which, however, brings to the minds of a few, a sad experience. Cf course it was a momentous occasion and the class attended in gala attire. In fact, we trow that tif they had been presentj, the fastidious Beau Brummel and the lovely Racomier of ye olden time would have been quite envious because of the gallantries of the young men and the graces of their beautiful companions. Joyously and swiftly the hours passed until far into the inorning. Poetic words had given utterance to chivalrous thoughts. For aught we know the event was as gorgeo-us as the ball on the evening before the battle of Viaterloog and for aught we know the merry dancers were struck with consternation just as great, when it was found that-somebody had put ipccac in the punch bowl! I Wye hear you asking, Hfbsen, Tbsen, whe1'e does Tbsen come in, in all this Tl Ah, but wait. Did you ever hear of the drama f'Richelieu," of HfToscph," "Marion de T,orme" and ttDaradas,'7 we, even wc were they. Commencement, giddy, gala week of .Tune draws nearer and nearer. Soon we will meet each other and laugh a loud harsh laugh to hide our tears, and our hearts will ache and ache, and softly in our inmost beings we will whisper, State, dear old State. 79 "One by One They Crossed the Riv r" Aininerinan, F. C. ' Aulick, O. S. Bain, G. K. Bateman, R. A. Barker, H. M. Batts, L. A. Bodkin, J. F. Brown, G. Bryant, H. F. Dunnell, H. E. Burchiielcl, J. R. Campbell, H. J. Campbell, J. Carpenter, J. Carpenter, H. G. Carr, H. Gatlett, XV. G. Champion, J. G. Clarke, A. F. Cornish, JV. R. Go-ons, L. Crawford, T. XV. Greal, H. R. Dawson, J . S. Dorman, J. G. Douglas, E. T. Dunn, J. VV. ' Foster, J. M. F orcl, B. G. Garrett, J. W7. Giltner, J. D. Ginn, Floise Grahain, L. D. Greathouse, NV. M. Greathouse, XV. XV. Hart, G. D. Haydon, Helen Hendrickson, G. M Hibler, Jessie Hillennieyer, VV. W1 H40-rine, L Hurst, Nettie M.. Irvine, O. Jsoimson, XV. B. Logan, Lusk, J. May, O. L. Mayhall, G. G. Mayhall, R. G. Miller, H. Milligan, V. B. Mills, G. G. Moore, J. B. Money, L. S. - 80 Naylor, F. R. Nichols, J. B. Parker, P. P. Paynter, W1 B. Peavyh-ouse, G. Pence, Mary D. Penny, XV. S. Peratt, XV. H. Perkins, G. R. Prentice, Anna Reed, L. M. Riefkin, J. D. Safforcl, J. Sisco, P. Slade, T. Smith, G. XV. Staples, F. Thoinson, V. ll' Utterback, W. Utterback, Miss lValker, N. L. NVallace, Nell lllallace, H. D. lVclls, F. T. Wlillioite, J. Wilson, D. ll. llliusliou, A. S. I r DU LANEY O'ROARK NIASCOT 81 PATTERSON HALL 'vi - IU 'UTWTYVD - I YS I I tl X f fr rfj rr U11 M 1' A. , ff 1' 12 AQWH 'FW n,gL?.f""'-:ffl j'--::-sv: -fgj' T-5 '-"2-V J---gf. . -.-"' 5' 'j-.fl-g'v:gr N f-.-jk'-: fs-1'f,:,i.5f: F' '1-'gif m.,-. In Xi?-rfgsfZ3ff3iE'CQ4Q V' 5: 3531 Q15-EDB W - TEEN '., -v-' f- y "X.. f 3 3, " . Y-N x 314 3005 N-wiqgxx-J-5 cXBQif'X--S -W, ,NN Vg- i f 2 -W. ,y Gm' 'X 15, W., 3,-Y-lp-NGS, . X- - AQ6-3,9 A' L : "' ' , - u... ":"ajf u .x 1 -fQQ,' 'JMC X' -- X X , NXDV jp. ,bf f'Zn.-1 S-'Sq-. 1 ' LW ,, ,, Q ,, LA ,, , -t ..,, ,ig .,. -+3-:mg .. L 'Z WI. 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'X 'Y' ' " ' "V ii- T. A .' ,f-, M kiwi - V K , M .YL -, N 6 I . img ,-11 h -1 ,. I 4 ,X .NK3 K3 ,Xuf -' J Q hxg-Wg O xl XX 4 Kg 1,-N' K I fff umrrr- ffw W77fr1LLgl 1 l l n l W 4 N I W w -fe- Q O QU f 1fI'll11: Iql'ZN'l'l!CliI.XN JUNIOR ORGANIZATION Colors, White and Gree ,li -1- W. W. STEVENSON, President FRANCES C. I-IUGI-IES, Vice-President ALICE CARY WILLIAMS, Secretary JAMES A. BOYD, Treasurer C. E. BAIRD, Orator JUNIOR EDITOR OI" KENTUCKIAN I'1 FINISH Y lCI,I,. IIIt'lil'I.X', II2ll'Iil'l-Y, Hls lynn llll Ill' . D 1 , , 1 IA'X'l'll, 'I,l'X'l'll, IIIIII, Hllll. Ifullf Ililrllillx' llzlllf Ilillllil-x' lluyf 'IA'X'l'll, .lA'X'l'll I' I' Ii . . 11 . Ill Flower, White Rose JUNOR GROUP JUNIOR ROLL, i F-- 1 LOIS LTTSEY ADAMS, Ha1'1'oclsbni'g', Ky. Y Schooil of Civil Engineering, K E3 T B H3 S. U. A. A.: VB. C. E. S. PAUL ALLEN , Finehville, Ky. College of A.g1llCUlt1ll'G, Ag1'icultni'al Society, S. U, A. A. O. S. AULICK, Geeoigetown, Ky. A. B. fG601'g6tOXV11j Sch-ool .of Civil Engineeringg llnion Litei'ai'y Society, 4 Cor. Sec. Y. M. C. A., B. C. E. S. H. A. BABB, Providence, Ky. College of Arts and Science, Education: Captain t"onipany ll, Varsity Foot Ball Team, t09. C. K. BAIN, Lexington, Ky. School of Milnes, 2 Ng Keys: Mystic 'l'lii1'teon. OBED ELMO BAIRD, Utica, Ky. College of Arts and Science, ilfltllll'illlitJllQ lfnion Lit. 1-ary Society: Class Foot ' Ball Team, Class Oratorg Secretary Y. M. tl. A.: Winner of l'nion Society Oratomieal Contest. ARTHUR CARLTON BALL, Millerslnirg, Ky. College of Ag'1'lClllliLl1'G, Agricultural Soi-ioty: I A IQ: S. l'. A. A NVILLARD DANTE BARROWS, tlinvinnati. Ohio. School of Civil Eiigiiieieringg l'attc-rson 'l.ito1':1i'y Society: Breyity Club: B. C. E. S. ROY A. BATEMAN, Bi'acls't'oi'clsvillo, Ky. School of Mechanical ancl ltlloeti'iv:1l l'l11giiioi'i'iiig: S. ll. A. A. THOMAS ELMER BEAll.'TY, Sinitlitivltl, Ky. First Lieutenant Coinlgi-any ll., tllass 'l'i':u-li aint llaslwt llall: S. l'. A. A- ERNEST L. BECKER, Louisville, Ky. School of Civil iltliigiiiooriiigg ttleo tflnli: ll t' lt' S . . A. V- JAMES A BOYD, Cave City, Ky School of lVliQclianieal anal ltllovti'iv:1I lfliigiin-wiitg' 'I' Ii ll , . .l. B. HllllNltllt, Wliitosyillo, Ky. College of Arts :intl Scim-in-og l'ltlllt'illltIII2 Y. Al. t'. A.: l'nion l.itvi'ai'y So01t'l3'3 Seconfl Lieutenant. Coinpany ll. Sti my al --....,-...-n A - THE KENTUCKIAN JAMES VVI-IITE CARY, Versailles, Ky. 1 l l School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineferingg QLD A C93 Keys, Mystic Thirteen. MATTIE VIRGINIA CARY, Versailles, Ky. I College of Arts and Science, X E X, Neville Literary Society: Iclea Syndic ate, 7511 S77 I S. U. A. A.' . . . PERRY CASSIDY, Lexington, Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineeringg Erlitor-in-Chief of the Icl-eag Captain Company B. MINOR A. CLEVELAND Falmouth Ky 7 I ' School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering: 'I' B H9 Union Literary Society, Gif-be Club, captain K. U. Batallion. L' BEN HAYES COLLINGS, Lebanon Junction, Ky. School of Civil Ellg'lllC'9l'lllg'Q A T Q3 T B II, S. U. A. A.g Union Literary Societyg B. C. E. S. H. R. CREAL, Buffalo, Ky. School of Civil Engineering'g T B H3 Transit Statifg S. U. A. A.: Varsity Base Ball Team, '08g Assistant Manager Foot Ball Teaing B. C. E. S. ALLINE PIERCE CRUICKSIIANK, Lexington, Ky. College of Arts and Sci-ence: in Matlieniaticsl Pliilosopliian Literary Soci MINERVA COLLINS.. Hinclnian. Ky. College of Agriculture. JAMES B. GILTNER, Carrollton, Ky. ct y School of Mechanical and Electrical Eng'ineering': 'E X: Kcysg Mystic Tliirteeng Varsity Base Ball: S. II. A. A. IVALTER IV. HILLENMEYER, Lexington, Ky. College of Agriculture: II K A: Mystic Thirteen: Agricultural Societyg Varsity Base Ball Team, S. U. A. A. CCIIARLES ELIVOOD DANIELS. Hazelgrecn, Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineeringg S. If A. A. 1 OSCAR LEE DAY, St. Matthews, Ky. Y. M. C. A.g S. If A. A.g Bohemian Club: School of Mechanical anfl Electi Engineering. VIRGIL L. DOIVNING, Lexington. Ky. 'ical School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering: T B II: Patterson Literary Society. WALLACE CLIFTON DLNCAN. Spriuglielfl. Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical Eng'ineering': S. II. A. A.: Assistant Manager Base Ball Teani, 'ltl: Class Base Ball Team: Tennis Club: Iclea Synclicateg Patterson Literary Society, Y. M. C. A. S7 THE IQENTUCKIAN GEORGE GREEN DUNLAP, Dry Ridge, Ky. School of Civil Engineering, A T Q, Mystic Thirteen, Patterson Literary Society, Varsity Foot Rall Team. SPRIGG CASE EBBERT, Covington, Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Mystic Thirteen, B T H. R. F. ENSMINGER, Harroclsburg, Ky. School of Civil Engineering, K 2. A LILLIAN TERRY FERGUSON, La Centre, Ky. A 4 I College of Arts and Science, Education, Alpha Xi Delta, Neville Literary Society. .JOHN SMARR FIELDS, Brooksville, Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. J. J. FITZPATRICK, Liberty, School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. JOHN M. FOSTER, Richmond, Ky. C School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, A T Q. PAUL FRANCIS, Jellico, Tenn. Sch-ool of Mines, First Lieutenant in Rand, Mining Society, Glee Club. ROBERT M. HAILEY, Paducah, Ky. School of Civil Engineering, Glee Club, A T Q. D. J. HALL, Eminence, Ky. College of Agriculture, Agricultural Society, S. U. A. A. W. Aj HARN, Leyiigtoii, Ky. . . School of Civil Engineering, B. C. E. S. ARTHUR B. HASIVELL, Harclinsburg, Ky. A School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Union Literary Society, s. U. A. A. r , H. B. HEDGES, Lexington, Ky. , School' of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Keys, II K A, Gymnasium Team, Glee Club. G. M. HENDRICKSON, Nicholasville, Ky. y School of Mines, 2 X, Mystic Thirteen, Varsity Foot Ball Team, I06, '07, '08. A '. ' '09, Captain '08 Foot Ball Team. PHIL RANCH HOLLOWAY, Nicholasville, Ky. A Sch-ool of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, E, X. oani W. HoLLAa, Paras, Ky. y School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, S. U. A. A., First Lieutenant Batallion. 88 4,-T als THE KENTUCKIAN FRANCES CLEVELAND HUGHES, Lexington, Ky. College .of Arts and Science, Education, Neville Literary Society. OSCAR AV. IRVINE, Greenville, Ky. College of Arts and Science, Physics, Patterson Oratorical Medal, '09, Rep- resentative of S. U. in '09 Inter-collegiate Oratorical Contestg S. U A. A. MARION JOHNSON, Lawrenceburg, Ky. College of Arts and Science, E Q A, Neville Literary Societyg Y. M. C. A., S. U. A. A. XVILLIAM T'. JOHNSON, Newport, Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering: E A E: Varsity Foot Rall and Base Ball Teams, Idea Staff: Class Base Ball and Basket Ball. FRED S. KARN, Owensboro, Ky. School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. E. J. KOHN, Louisville, Ky. - School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. HARRY KORPHAGE, Louisville, Ky. School L Mechanical and Electrical Engineering: t'nion Literary Society. l:lENlJliilX C. liY'l'liE, iltll0ll1lllQ,'SlHll'Q', Ky. l . School of Civil Engineering: Second Lieutenant. t'.nnpany lJ.g S t. A. A., B. C. E. S. JAMES OTIS LEYVIS, Stanley, Ky. College of Arts and Science: Etlncation. XVILLTAM A. l.l'R'l'EY. Haysville, Ky. Sfhool olf Muchanical and Electrical Eng'ineering': T B H: lioheinian Club, L Class Foot' l-Eall antl I-Ease Ball 'l'eanis: Y. M. t'. A : S. lf A. A. J. R. McCONNl'll.L. tC'atlettsln1rg', Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical l'l1ig'i111c'1'i1ig: E A E: lflea Stall. S. ll. A. A. GEORGE IRHITE MEHCHAN'l'. Lexington. Ky. " 1 School of Civil Engineering: S. tl. A. A.: l'nion Society: E. C E. S.: X. M. C. A. F. THORPE, Ft. Thomas, Ky. 3 School of Mechanical antl Electrical Engine4ring': l res. Y. M. C. A.: Treasurer l'nion Society: S. lf A. A.: tilass President Sophomore Year: Class Easlcet Ball Team. VQIJNCENT l-3ARTli,l'l'l7'T MILLTCAN. Lexington. Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical Eng'ineering'. H. LEE MOORE, Ceorgictown, Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical Eng'ineering': A 'I' Q: S. U. A. A.g Class Base Rall Team. 89 T HE TTENTUCKIAN B. T. MOYNAHAN. Nicholasville, Ky. School of Civil Engineering. FLOYD REED NAYLOR, Hickman, Ky. School of Civil Engineering, Transit Staff, Ring Committee, S. U. A. A. Class Foot Ball Team, B. C. E. S. 4 JOHN ALFRED NEEDY, Louisville, Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, S. U. A. A., Track Team XVILLTAM OBEN CHAIN , Jr., Bowling Green, Ky. College of Arts and Science, Chemistry, K A, Mystic Thirteen, Dance.Com- mittee, Idea Syndicate, Senior Col-or Sergeant, '08-09. YVILLIAM SURVANT PENNY, Wfaddy, Ky. School of Civil Engineering, B. C. E. S., Un-ion Literary Society, S. U. A. A ALBERT BROXVN PHISTER, Ft. Th-oimas, Ky. ' School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. J. C. RATSH, Birch, Michigan. School of Mechanical and Electrical Enginieering, S. U. A. A. A. T. RAMSAY, Louisville, Ky. V TV. A. REITER, Fredonia, Ky. School of Mines, Mining Society. J. E. ROBERTSON, Waaay, Ky. School of Civil Engineering, B. C. E. S. JOHN ROGERS, Glasgow, Ky. School .of C-ivil Engineering. BEVERLY E. ROUT, Stanford, Ky. School of Civil Engineering, K 2, Varsity Foot Ball Team. G. C. ROUTT, Stinnett, Ky. College of Agriculture, Patterson Literary Society, Agricultural Society. J. B. SAUNDERS, Lexington, Ky.. Scliool of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, E N. G. B. SHANKLTN, Lexington, Ky. A ,School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, C11 A GJ: Varsity Track and Foot Ball Teams. T. B. SHORT, Lexington, Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical Engin-fering, Assistant Physical Director S. U. Gymnasium, Wlinner of Kentucky G-yinnastic llledalq JESSE N. SLOAN, Lexington, Ky. School .of Civil Engineering, S. U. A. A., B, C. E. S. LUCIUS E. SMITH, Melrose, N. M. College of Arts and Science, Union Literary Society. 90 -and ai., -.........-es - ' 1 - M- I V THE KENTUCKIAN MARY BARRET SMITH, Richmond, Ky. College of Arts and Science, K K F, Y. W. C. A., President Y. IV. M. I. C. D. VV. SMITI-I, Nicholasville, Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. B. M. SMARR-, Brooksville, Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineerin0'. VVILLIAM A. WVALLACE, Cerulean, Ky. School of Civil Engineering, A T Q, Mystic Thirteen, S. U. A. A., First Lieutenant Battalion, '08-'09, B. C. E. S. CHARLES VVARDLE, Lexington, Ky. - School of Mines, Mining Society, S. U. A. A. RICHARD S. WVEBB, Lexington, Ky. School .of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Battalion Major '09-'10, Captain '08, Foot Ball, '07, '08, l09., Track, '08, S. U. A. A. LESLIE N. IVELLER, Pineville, Ky. College of Arts and Science, Union Literary Society. KESSACK, D. IYHITE, Louisville, Ky. School of Mines, Mining Society. ALICE CARY IVILLIAMS, Lexington, Ky. College of Arts and Science, X E X, Neville Literary Society. E. D. IVILLIAMS, Iiexington, Ky. School of Mines, President Mining' Society, German Club, Vice-President S. U. A. A. IV. B. IVILSON, Eminence, Ky. College of Agriculture: Y. M. C. A., S. U. A. A., Patterson Literary Society, Piiesiclent Agricultural Society, Class Foot Ball Team. I D. HUNTIVER IVILSON, Jr., Louisville, Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, K E, Louisville Cluh, S. U. A. A. e FRED XV. STAPLES, Lexington, Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. CORBETT STEPHENSON, Fredonia, Ky. College of Agriculture, Agricultural Society, Patterson Literary Society. XVILBUR IV. STEPHENSON, Fulton, Ky. School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Union Literary Society, Captain and Adjutant S. U Battalion: President Junior Class, T B II. TIIEO. SLADE, Lexington. Ky. ' School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, E N, Mystic Thirteen. 91 ca l T1-IE IQENTUCKIAN ORVILLE H. TAYLOR, Beaver Dani, Ky. . School of Civil Engineeringg T B 1'I5.Staff 1911 Kentucliiang S. U. A. A.5 Union Litera-ry Societwyg First Lieutenant Company D5 Student Assistant in Mathe- maticsg B. C. E. S. I A. J. THAXTON, iiifiiei-Sburg, Ky. College of Agricultureg S. U. A. A. ALFRED E. XVALESBY, Louisville, Ky. y School of Civil Engineeringg K 23 B. C. E. S.g S. U. A. A. F. P. YVALL, Cayce, Ky. Sch-col of Mechanical and Electrical Engineeifing. I 1 92 ..-1 UNIOR HISTORY N thosf, days, the wise 111011 of the llzltiuu Ollc-ollpxpusscwl The 1:11111 UN 0 Kolltucky 1'UH11f-l 211101113 and Sll1JflUCd it. And Hwy took N Y ' . . . X lefunlnq the same WIIICII ZIIJICIOHI unto H115 day. 1 X , , J Thuc wont up unto The NVISC 1110117 llllffl the School of .f 0 , xy' W W-1 lt for Then' abode and CSf21b11S11Cd JIIICYCIH 21 21-02111 school for IW f' WZ Q 3 QW 5 ilJC211'1li11g, all the 1'CQ'i011 2l1'Ull1lll Zlbfklllt -I-,CXiUgf10l1, and all the land of Kcrlltucky which Cxteucloth f1-0111 thc Mississippi, even unto the Big Sandy. NOW it came to pass in the nine and Hlirficfll year of the rcign of Jzuncs, the great King of XViSdO1ll, that flu' I.c-vc-ns llc-an-cl of 1110 fzunc of HIC King and His COll11SG1401'S, CO11C'01'11i11g fhvir XViSfl0lllQ :md H10 flfvmns 0:11110 'ro behold the great 1G2U'11i11g' of the King 211111 be filllgfllt' of Him. Upon the cl1211'ioi's of fire Came the T.cx'c-11s unin H114 Scluml of T,Qm'11ing, bearing unto the King giffs of nmch H110 gold, also gifts of silver and c'oppm'. Now when the Iovons were fully c-01110 into thc- viry uf, XYiSfl01ll, fllcy bczgzln Sl11'3iQ'11t.XV2ly 10 Sock 0111 'rho Svhool of -IV,f'21l'1li1lQ', mul wlmcu it was f0lll'lfl Tllfcvv vcjoicod and were CXCC"0ilil1Q'lf' glad. .Xml H10 Lcvc-11s C'llfC'l'Cfl in mmf HIC ,King 111110 the inner Court, and spake unto rho prinvc of 'If11mvlQflg'f', saying, It is a. true 1'O1701'fl which 0211110 fo us, O, Kiugf cem1c'f-ruing' filly NVi5fl'fQ1'H 211111 the wisdom of thy Ooullsolms. Road Thou IIIOSC sc-rolls of writing' which arc: from the Scribes of our own land who nmko c'c -1'fiHc-afif,11 c:fn1c'r11'11ing Us as To 0111' wisdom and valor. ! Let these gifts of gold which wc lbl'i11g' in H101-, O, King, IDI' for 21 c:m'cr11:11 111 and 21 sign lwofwvvll us and Hmvg 211141 lor 1110111 bc' fm' mkc-hs of pr-uc-v and for tokens of f1'i011dsl1ip, thai' thy s01'm11t nmy nlviflc- in Thy: lmHs for El SCEISUTI 211111 learn thy NViSflO111 whim-11 is H10 wisdmu of all wisrhmls, And H10 Ki11g"s ll02l1'f was XV2ll'1ll0t1 in the fI ,c-xmas IwQc'z1usQ of fhc: sm-UNS of w1'il'i11g which HIC IQCVPIIS lmro 10 the King, and bcczulsfa of The gifts of 1'l'l1lC'il- fine gold which HIC I .0v011s lu-f5mgl1'r. 1wl1C'1'Cf0l'O H10 King' s11f Yc'1'0rl iT In lwc- 110110 cw-11 215 the iI,f'XT'1l9 had asked. S0 'rlmf i'l101'0 was 'llflfllillg' IQIIOXYII tw 11111 King 211111 his cfo1111scTo1's which hc: told not unto the Ilovens. - And H10 King took vollllscl L'O1ll'C1'1li11Q' flu- Tx,-x'c'11s as to H'lCil' k11owlcr1g'Q 93 THE KENTUGKIAN and valor, to test them in the ways 'of wisdom with difficult questions, but the Levens answered unto the King all l1is questions, neither was there anything which the King asked that the Levens told not unto him. Then the King was astonished at the knowledge of the Levens and all his court with him. And when the King saw the wisdom of the Levens that it was good, he opened his heart unto the Levens neither hid he anything from them, but unto the Tens opened he not his heart. Wfherefore were the Tens jealous of the Levens and hated them with exceeding great hate. Now the Tens are a valiant tribe, the same whose fame abideth to this day for reason of their defeats at the hands of the Levens. Wher'efo1'e the Tens .said to the Levens, NGO to, ye are wiser than we, are ye also stronger 2" I ' Set up a cross in the barren place called Drill Ground, and hang ye upon the cross, and not more than fifteen feet above the ground, the banner of Leven which the maidens of Leven have woven, and we will take down thy banner before the sun sets, that we may be seen of all men to be stronger than ye. ' Now the Levens did as the Tens spake concerning the banner of tapestry, which the maiden.s of Leven wove, and they placed it upon the tree according to the sayings of the Tens. There the Levens called together all their mighty men of valor, and their great war captains, and all the tribe, to defend the banner of Leven against the Tens. On the set day, the b-attle began and waxed hot. And the men of Ten did strive with the men of Leven. But the Tens could not draw nigh unto the banner of Leven, because of the number of Levenswhich surpassed the number of the Tens. Then the Tens, fearing defeat, withdrew to take counsel among them.selves concerning the battle as to how it could be won. And the Tens .returned to the fray, and in bands bore the Levens to the musty prisons of the palace, and so great was the valor io-f the Levens that it took a goodly number of Tens to take captive a Leven. So the Tens continued to capture the Levens until only the great war-captain was left. Q Now it came to pass, while the Tens were striving with the one remaining Leven for the banner of Leven, that the maiden who wove the tapestry obtained the prison keys and set the Levens free. Then the Levens being exceedingly angry fell upon the Tens and smete them sorely, so that the Tens were defeated in the great battle with the Levens. And there was no battle like it, before it, or after it. iWherefor4e it did come to pass, in the Hrst summer after the great battle, that the Tens were defeated of the Leavens in the game of base ball which was played. on the field of sports, before the King. And the Deportmentof the Tens hath been very excellent from that day to this. 94 cal, T HE KENT UCKIAN Tn the fortieth year 'of the reign of the Great King, there Caine unto the court a certain tribe, who in their language are called Twelves. And the Tens tried to stir up the Twelves to fight the Levens in a great battle even as the Tens had doneg hut the Twelves were wiser than tl1e Tens, wherefore the Twelves would not fight the Levens, And the Tens were sorely grieved for reason of this thing which the Twelves had done. Now it came to pass that the Twelves were defeated hy the Levens in a great game of basket-ball which was played in the drill room of the palace, before the King and all the eourt. lllherefore the Twelves waxed exceeding wroth, and tlney swore an oath ol' swearing to conquer the Tievens in base hall in the spring. But even as the 'Levens did unto the Tensg so did they unto the Twelves, and so do they unto all who try the nlettle of the Eleveus. ? 6 I 5 L i 4 i I I 3.- I I l 1 5 , ,la W ', I I If iq , 1 .! 1" 1 . r" yl 1,., . W. 1,- i ,, P '. i" ,z 1 1 , 1 Ce g, Q + il 75' 5: if 1 I r lid ' G g N 13111 P My A vrg yfii . 1 ,Ai 35, m ," V im A i' 3 YY A !'y ,N v 1 w ' 1. 5 J . Y" 5 I Y 1 L Wm, T I A , A f 96 1, - nn- Q , ,V 'I c i , , I 4 I 7 1111 ,217 I , S . 4 1 IIIi. 1,Q J f mmm' I x J f J XL' I 1 AS 1 A .ISF I S I I ,filly X tx A., . N? 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Jones, Jessie Milton Martin, Felix Hagan, Yanclell F ielieen., XV. R. Buelcanny, Atuoll, A. Leo XVOlO'ClSOll, li. il,'il'OWll, U, L, Lewis, J. M. lVIf:M 1ll't1'y, fl. IJ, LAW F erguson, A. H. Wilinore, J. H. Durrus, T. H. Martin, R. Th-oinpson, G. L. Groft, G. C. Hughes, M. Porter, H. O. RCLL ARTS AND SCTICLN CE Jean, Annie L. Junoan, R. Gragg, Viola F. f lilI1'1'lSO11, iMy1't N. l.i2ll'l'lClC, J. V. Niolancl, ,ll.z1t11ie ioeliestor, N. Gray Tinsley, ll. XV. Fuller, G. T. '2lIlllillUl', lwam-is UIYII. ICNGIXIC Pom-ll, G. H. i . . , hklll, lmlplx Hltllllj ll, Ilillflblllili .l. ll. Y Y ' ' llllulxllvlxl, l'. li. US 4 N ICIIS Baker, H. L. Campbell, F. F. Yennell, H. H. Hamilton, J. N. Stanfill, W. A. Perkins, J. M. Nutter, J. H. onus, Cleo lCil1llill11g'01', C. ll lli2l11l'0Cli, Tiilflllll .IIugl1os, TTCIIC Reiley, llugli l.J2l1'lC, Lily 'l':l1'l'o1', llfl. F. Marx, T. ll. Ali'Kl'llllOA' llllov Yi W A. . .P lil'llllllUl'. U. ll. l'f:11'lo, T. lff. Xl :ulswm'll1 fil:lQ'g1't'l I. Y.-4 ,- V N? v QC CD sulwlmlmlu-1 llIiUl'l'. Duncan, J. R. Gaim, J. H. Link, E. W. Nioliol, W. T. THE ZKENTUCKIAN MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Eclelen, J. L. Gower, J. T. '1TcTntyre, F. C. Pollard, O. N. Robinson, B. E. Robinson, E. Tarploy, J. Vogliotti, H. E. S'ol1inipler, E. E. J-ones, R. L. Humble Elonoss Cooke, Shoeinaker Hardesty Earris, N. H. Lane, J. T. Moa clors, Ricld, J. Saunders lVatkins, Scott, Cr. Galloway Subletto Plummer M TNT N G E-NG TNEER S Chipinun, E. T. llI'a'ves, NV. R. Eoster, J. R. Collins, YV. Stanclarcl Eclclington Trimble S1T1ll1l'1 J Hunt lofowzlrml, lg. fl. .X CRTC V ll l.T ll lilfl 'xVz1lli01', ll.. bl. .XlJl5l'l'lCN.-Xl. Jalc-Url 'rw Clnrk l'l1u'lum111 r 1 00 TlllGSl11Q, Taylor cl0fl1l'011 lqlllllllxtlf' I l um-or-li C1 rlvor G. S. , S G. T. W S --ng SGPI-IO ORE HISTORY iiiviigiifgii EPTEMHE11 '11s 111-11112111 111111 1111- L'11i1'1-1's11y 2111 QX1l'il- zeisgdgsa 7 1 1 A111144 01'11i11111'y 12ll'gC 1:111ss of g1'111-11 f1'11s111111-11 211lxif111S1Y sc-1111i11g li, F x? l . 11 1111111 11111.11 11 11111 1111111111s 211111 1-111111121-11 1-vos 11111s11 11111125 111111 111111111 x 111, ,1111 ., ,W 1 . . 1 1 11,11 . . . 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T110 L11'OS1llllC11 f11111:wi11g' 11111 11lllQ 111'111-111-1'-11 1-11s111111 1141: 11111-11111-1-4s111's 1-11111 11111g'Q11 113 111 21 Hug' l'llS1l. 171111 111 11111111 1121141151 11111111s1 1NY11"C' 215 11111111' xV211'l'11V11'5 11s 101 THE IKENTUCKIAN Were 1111able to obtain the flag, but later we proved to lllfflll our supe1'or1ty 111311 to 11121117 when We defeated t.l1e111 111 foot ball by the score of 10 to 0. Our team that played a O to O game tl1e year before- played one of the greatest games for a class team, ever seen 1111011 Stoll Field. Wle were lll our balmy lF1'GSl11'llC'11 days CG1'1S1l1'CCl by our upper elass111e11 for not bringing 111 a lllllllilf-llClG of varsity 1l1Zll'G1'lZll. However, as t1111e rolls ou, 1t can be seen that the Soplromore class fl11'1llSl1CS more xjarsity material than any other elass. llle are 111deed proud that we belong to- the SO1Jl1011101'f: class XVl1C11 we realize that We were the first SOPl1011101'C class to give a Prom and that 111 honor of the g'1.'eatest foot ball team 111 the South. However, our eyes are new turuefl to tl1e tllllfi XVl'1C11 we eau cross the chapel and sit behind the fair eo-eds 111 the Corner li11ONV11 as the J u111o1' corner. S31 Q2-'Q-5 fi' l 1 lj pl, .,-2- Y U ' I ul: 5 x... i- 5 X I w I Il I! I', W M N I N A, r I ml af H, ?' +I! I fm -v' , ,.,, .. ll," K5 4 1 1 1 X1 E .1 1 11 1 11 1 Q 51 Q 1 ! ' i 1 W: 1 1111 1 . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 , 117 11 1 1 ,i 1 1' 151111 511 111 1 11 1 11 T 13 1 1:1111f'11 1 1 -1 1 4 i '1, Q1 V111 I! ' .. Ii 1 T15 9 1 1 . W 11 11 1i11111111 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 Q 11.15111 1511? 1 1 .'1,QI1 y 11111111,111111111 I 1 ,, 1 11 I Y 11111111111 1 1-11,1 1! 1 11111 I "1"11E'11i ' 1 4 11111 . 1 1 1 'im Y ' 111 1 . ",1 1 1 ' 1li11.I'51t?f'1L' 1 111i1W?1?11 1 ' 1 11.1 +11 1 1 ' 1,1'i'51'111 1 '1Ii? '1 1 71' 1 YQ 1 11 1 11, II 1 '31 G 1 1 '1 1111 114 1 1 1 1,1 1' 111 1, 1' Tit 91 1 179 I 1 .i1L 11iN' 1 11. ' 111 'E .11 1 11 1- 1" U1 :f 35111 4 ' . 5 1, 111111: I " 1 1 1' 111 11' 111 5' 11111 f'1'51211 22111 1l1111H1 1Qg'i1j11'f1' l -15 1 121 W1: w15'1 4 1111, 1,1 111',g1 ,, X. 1, !'Q1fI 1 , 1 tl 11 ' 11 ,1 1 1 1, 1 1 3 -1 1 11 13 1 1 1 1 11 1 ' , 1 11, 11. I I 1,111 1 1511 9 lil 1 1 1 FRESI-IMAN GRGANIZATION YELIQ 'I li1'11km- T I li-1'11-kr-1-Y iFl'OSll1ll2ll1, I'x1'f'Sl11ll2lll. who 2ll't' W1- f XVO'1'O 1110 sfau' class of Iqt'll1lH'lif'. XVo'1'0 1111-ky. 11'11'1'11 pl11c'k'x' l'o701's-I1llz11'k illlll UH GUN. ,W . , ., IffUll'l'l'--AI2ll'I'i'll2lllll'l1 Imac, 1053 , ' Clark, T. XV. I Everidge, J. J Freshman Roll lngels, C. B. Lfelund, T. H. Jeffries, G. Jelton. XV. C. Anderson, C. T. Ashursl, K. liulcer, G. R. Barneljt, B. Bzilwow, J. P. Johnson, C. X. B1 slev, C. L. Kennedy, G. B. l P :BUSXVU1'lQl1,J. T. Kerns. C. Fl. Butler, Tf F. ' Kunzeman, J. YV. l Cain, F. D. Loinuster, J. P. Call, XV. P. Lane. YV. M. ' C2ll'l'll'll'E1'S, XV. S. lfiaon, V. P. Cill.'l'Gl', J. C. TXT3tll1GXVS,R. I. Mzlllingrlv, R. Marlin, F. F11 Mav. C. T. Meeks. S. T. A Milton. R. H. Miles, VA. M. Mvers, F. A McCoy. E. M. jhfCCl.ll1'G, A. McDowell. C. M. McKee. XV. H. Clizinibers J. S. J Chinman, F. F. Cnlbe1'l', A. H. Conner, H. M. Cnnningliani, R. M. Duncan. C. A. Easton, E. P. lildwzirds. XV. H. Estilll, R. R. Evans, YV. C. Farnier. H. L. Felix. D. D. Fisher, J. N. Fitzpatrick, XV. XV. Flovd. O. F. Osborne, C. H. Ott, P. A. Pilrker, A. C. Payne. .J H. F0rsVtlie,hF. R. Pannell, S. l.. Gahbert. G. L Perry, D. YV. ' Garman, P. ' 'Porleig J. YV. Powers QR. L. Preston, J. AV. Price, S. Gentrv. J. A. Gilbert. J. F. Grace, H. H. , ll! Gruber, J. L. lfeed. J. D. Hacknev. G. R. Rheader. C. C. If I Hall. J. L. Rieliardson, C. H. ' -Halbert, XV. C. Roth, M. Rowe, P. A llndd. NV. C. Resmiss. F. C. Hatter, J. A. Hedden, T. C. Handley. H. J. l I l Hezivrin, H. l? Seliimnller, lil. F. Hewlett. C. Scully, B. H. l Hohsmi. YV. F. Sehnllz, F. 'l". UlfHl2'lii1i. XV. O. Hllillllillll, G. li.. Hunmllrev. JIC. A. Slnilw, F. A. lgl.unli, L. Slmwlmn. ll. W. Inlmvnwl, G. M. Hmiih, 'l'. lf, l Qlngels, H. M. Smith, W. y. 1 Ofl McMullen. M. R. Oostheuzfen, J. Sneddy. A. O. Stevens, R. G. Strewineh E. J. Suddullli, VV. A. Talbot, XV. M. Tuvlor, R. T. Turner, E. M. Wray, J. H. AVGTSGl1lJC1'Q'G1', A. J. Williams. P. H. Wlilsen, AV. C. XVilson. C. B. Wlilson, J. Fl. Wlilllis, R. L. XV.ood , H. XV. vlvnod, VV. G. XVolodfoi'd. YV. B. XVoodson,, R. M. YA7.01'tl1in,Q'to1i, S. M. 4 Bedinqer, Elizabeth l-Eneliigilani, Mar,Q'uei'ite Cary, Elizabeth R. Dean, Annie Louise Dean, Addie Lee DeJai'nefte. Lillian L Elliott, Wlelyah B. Eversole, Lydia. M. Fried. Elizab-Slli A. Fullenlove, Helen E. Gastineau, Lueile Gaines. Julietle Gillis, Inez' Phelps. Anne Hearne. Hannah Lowvv. Helen B. Lidu S. MeCurlV. MeClu1'e. Virsrie C Murcum, Rubv L, .lJil1'liGl'. Aqllll. Szillmrd, 'lldnn fiillillwlll' Czirnlino lll. H 1 s, 'l+ldill1 Hnnl' Slevc-11 T':1Ylo1'. lllnrion C YW llnn'nhe1'1'Y. lfllhvl Avlillkl,lqillllPl'll1O A nl lnzlll, J. F. Marlin, C lll. Vl,l'0Sl'Ull, li. C. ' Y Y . lnylm-, lllury IC. l L-A ll u X v' ,YV History of Freshman Class i , i i i . ggqmzwi OME three and forty tribes had overrun the happy hunting ground of the Kentucky State University, when there came on the ninth , J' day of the ninth month of the ninth year after the nineteenth century a mysterious tribe named "Thirteen" t, I .wlll I When the number was taken thereof at the setting of the sun gk'i,3,f Xi6i-S it was found to be one hundred and sixteen braves, twenty-three .. s 9ii274 'f5a"a squaws. ii iFew were the rotations of mother earth ere this mighty hoard had adorned the H .f dizzy heights with their symbol. ily At this time, another tribe known as the "Siophs'i held reserv-ations there, who . upon learning ofthe audaoity of the tribe of "Thirteen" took to the war path to destroy li the symbols of the invaders. The onslaught of the "Sophia" was in vain, for any K it savages of the lore-hunt may yet see the hostile emblems flauntinig defiantly. , The "So:phs,' then wnettied their t-omahawks and reverted to "barber-i.sm,' whereby many a brave warrior of "Thirteen,' lost his scalp. The tribe cried for revenge. Mfg, Now among the tribe of f'S.ophs" there were dwellers from the land of Wind who will-W were exceedingly fond of hearing themselves blow. And certain of these made ready fly? to defeat the enemy by their eloquence. B-ut the Great Chiefs who were the rulers of the land decreed that wind is naught, and "Thirteen" went away in peace knowing mite? that soon the gory battlle-field would be seen. Howbeit, it came to pass that when the sun was one hour past the zenith on the sixth day of the tenth month it looked twig down upon the battlefield and saw thereon, the totem pole of the mystic tribe awaiting the o-nrush of the enemy. Little did it wait ere -the enemy was seen approaching . from all points of the compass. The two tribes met with a terrible crash. As the M dust 'cleared away the "Sophs" were seen retreating to the tall timber. Again and Hf5 again did they rnake attack and as rnany thnes vwre they repulsed. The "Sophs" see-ing defeat Staring them in the farce, began tying their enemies to the stake. This being against the orders of the Great Chiefs time was called and Hitt the USophsU were panfd UUH1th9H'Ch3iDS Most g-allantly did the squaws of "Thirteen" show their loyalty, by nursing the .lit wounded, watering the fallen and keeping their braves in good spirits fnoit fire-wateri l' H by chanting their favorite war songs. g' Time's up. The "Sophsl' appear bearing down on the .totem pole with their "Flying-devil." A band of scouts pounced on them cropping the wings of their V .Ii r E, 3, "Devil" and capturing many a 'tSoph.', Upon this loss the "Sophs" knew the battle 1' iii ' .iv 5. was over and then one by one were they captured and held prisoners. Then did the i ii ,li " 'i i 1 'Qt Great Chiefs announce the tribe of "Thirteen" victorious and great were the rejoicing Mll thereof . lift The moon waxed and waned and still the medicine man with his herbs' could be seen perambulating the now we-ll beaiten paths to the wigwains of the unfortunate ,,, ,. foe, while th-e more fcrtuniate clan showed their loyalty -to the braves of the gridiron ,f by hauling them through the town in the band wagcn adorned with many pennants. thus sending them on their way to Illinois rejoicing. Tribe of "Thirteen" the future awaits us. Keeip up our sam-e determined fighting ,lm spirit, and our record will be a glorious one. Our defeats we have met bravely. Our past record is honorable. The Un.iv'ersit.y's interest was our lirst consideration from the sitartg let it continue to be first in our thoughts to the last.. Let. us oontnue to act so We can always look with pride on the record ol' "lSllLi." NYG shall he S21tiSfiG"!l i if "History does repeat itself," Thus endeth the record ol' tho scribe. 9 ltlh i ti ,hi T 153118 lb 51 1111 I. 'J 1 1 J H W1 mm l 1111 1 .1111111 if , 11. 1' 1 11111155 5113512 1316193111 f 1111 11 1N13 1llN 911: A5l.1g'1i1lk1 'Q 11 1 1 ' 11 HEGVPJOU 110116 GH 1 12112 Wim emlter her? 1W1111111V1f' f3 T E 1 ' ,1 11-1 11-.ggL1.4 f ' lf I ,Ltigigg V ip v 1 1' ' ' 'P W1 1, 1, 1 1 11 111 i 1 1 1 .EN .11 11.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A, , 1 ,J 1 'f. ,, , F' 1 gr. . 111 -I 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 A Xyvir 1. 1 ,W 1 f 1 ' 1 A 7-'V , kfinlf- - V X X D U i111 1 'KE-?:.I: f ' 1, f 'l'?4f-1I1 '1 1 X -+5--""""' 1 '1 I , ,1., - Q V1 11 X ' 11 1 11 1 1l'f5 fi: -1 i1 H l,Q.bj i 1, QR l , -S ,1 in . Q11 1 ,S , ,,.I- -Y - Sv 1 1 'I Story by a Prep. 'Why are We? Vlhen are we? lhlhere are We? In about seven years from now they say We may iind out that We are not. lllhat is the use? lvVe told the folks at home We would rather stay there, but now we know where the Phoenix is and We would rather stay there. Brother Tom is getting two dollars and a half per diem Qhad to have Latinj While We may get a job some day. Tom ne-ver went to school. llle ean't belong to anything. Professor Wlalter sa.ys he desires the whole of our time. Time is a great thing. lllehave had several good times already. Have you ever belonged to the Prep Gym Class? 'Hlustyl' treats us awful White. All We have to do is to swing light wooden things shaped like bottle-5 about three hours every Week. Q Some of us have learned how already, but of eu-urse that is a sm-oml year aehievement. Achievement, that is a. good word. Prof. hleGregory taught us how to use it. I never am going to write another thing for an annual because it simply takes too much of my valuable time. 108 "-" I Xxx xxxk III I I fl I' Xxx X X XXQX I X III I I II,, I M 2 7 I I Nxikw I ff VZ . xi X I f' IU- , X f 5? I x X , Q' I I f Q 4 YfQ , XXI 'NX XQIxXX XIII. , I I III I XXX A S f I I XIIINIX QXSQ5Wf fJfUj1I , Q I j I I I f I II If' Iffff -II . ff I, C .l, I I I' if I I:It f wQ IWW f f I fjfff ffffx xxx? 1 ffw ff WI W I ' X xxxy ,ALg'474'Qf'f i v- " A - SIWIIXASIII I IIYIfIf Ivf 'I If I I'I7IfIIffff If M WV I W II I v-Ij'-I? I if-17 'Nkif I was-4 S-14 'fN"I--- fff ' III I , I' ff I YIMIII III CIVIL av MINING I I T5 I , - .L, .. II ACRIC I LAW Q I'f" 'III"' KWH I I SCIENCE I I ' I .I MRI II' if I T I LIliQ'1IIgif A-1:51 :D 154 : I X' If I .II I Iii f'I"7 j IIl I IIIIIIII I I II I 'II III 1 -'I I, II -- II- III I . -IP? 81'-III' : a f-2 JL II I I I - f., Fm I f II , ,: 'IM I my fx ..-"I" IIHIIIYI 'Y ' - 1 - I - 'A' I, i::sz:::::::::::.:' 4552! , f : I I ...,-1-.lfiiixx IA x , 'M' 1" , 17 5-I 1 ' III 1 LZ: 122,12-pa?' IIII ..I .dff0fIifIIT-IL? 109 THE TTENTUCKIAN is f,-:fm V 'Y f ,,, L- --ff .- T3 ,- ,gd .440 1.24 fl -,::-iv' 'll a 5' l Q t tg illt ll 'i ' T W ' ' T nn n mmmlmmlmmlllllllll fi' iff ""!'.l!lll -- F- -- ,- W27' ' 34, , Q Ut T ffl l ' Eau' It an -.I -: 1 U J ll ff X '-flrrlf A l - ' ' R ,gift g , . R calf T ' -ff. 5 , P , 1 f , XX l- ,, K l. -, Qw5Q,!',gif'i X 5 .....5!lllIlllIlllIIlllllllllllL...----.. .....!IIlIllllllBlllllllllll!.......... , W' E H W A l GRTCULTURE as a science has never been studied seriously by the majority of the farmers of the state. Having received as an inheritance V iroin their ancestors some of the very best, land in the world, they thought its fertility inexhaustible no matter what system of farming was used. Now the more thoughtful farmers realize that Agriculture is a science and I as .such it must be studied if one is to make a success at it. The College of Agriculture offers just what they are seeking and the increased enrollment of l both old and young men shows that they are taking advantage of this fact. The courses of the college are almirably arranged. They are not confined to technical studies alone but many culture studies necessary to a general education are required. Thus the student who may incline to-o much toward the extreme is graduated witha well-rounded education. . His knowledge of scientific subject-swill enable hnu to make his chosen T line of work a success financially, and his knowledge of the classics will enable T him to see and understand the higher things of life and judge all with a broader and saner judgment which after all is the real value of an education. S ilizffn 'TPA ' 5"?' f-f12"' --L-if? - - t- ixXxxxXX'N x Q dw? xg .7 'raw ' W LEW 'a t ' - t ,5 13 fs. -iQ- 'X ' fl! fl, s H gas I K X f I I X f - 1 , e if V91 A- ge- I f can 4: f f , 0 , ., - ff - "'f -W' f I X , 'N ff fif W5 ' 11 'f W ,L Q X -.az r f 'f' 'ff . i., 1,4 ,I ' , 1 f ' I .f ,' f f?MQ7MiZf il'Z7' f y 'TW' f A '7'f.ffffl7fW lily' :radii 1512! 1 li 2WJ"fril"'l"'l a re . A-si H a 1 T L-LZ 61:5 f' T il ' fag? If 'A 'Tiff ,ii TTT?-f:,' Qi TiF"?--'Xml' 2:1 f i r +171 M ttyl i'Tf1'1pT "fi, I TJ 7 aff, 'IV , ,Isl 14,4764 Qijfggx VV- - Xa 71- .,v 7 . E 1.10 o I TI-IE IQENTUCKIAN rd'- 1' 04 P. ,5J45cx.Q,fwlfrg.H I, IH-W fx - 4612, I fx III- ---- - ,,' A iff fu' "Q 11- - I I I I v I I I I I - 13, -,,X,, ?lw - - 1 F' Bef Il ' A vi-59511514 I i w f- ll I"- II I I I I I 'I" " IIIS f'o1II'sf- is III-Qigllr-II In II':IiII IIII' 4IllIII'llI in II1-- IIl2lll2lQI'IIlI'IlII uf sIIiIs SIHII in IIN- :III I-I' Ill'INIllI'IllQ' IIII' IN-SI I'I'IIlIS 'I':'I-In an giw-I1 mil. III pl'C'II2lI'f'S. IIN- SIIIIIUIIIS. XVIII? IIPFI IIN-I-I IIII' III-NNIINI. Im' II'J!IIIf'II lIlI'lI III IIIIS IIIN- . 1 1 I-'I' WIIVIQ IIIIII IlI'II'l'S il I-1'IIzNI IN-III II-1' I'I'SI'1II'I'Il WIIVIQ ZIIIII il SIIIIIX' III I'2ll'Ill IIIZIIHIQUIIIUIII7. , , . . IIN- SIIIIN-cts vr-IIIp1'lsI-II :II'I- IN , 1 , . v . 1 . . Ills :NNI I Imps. .xQI'II'IlIIIII'2lI cIlI'llll4Il"Y, Agri- lllIIllI'ilI III.I:I1I.v. I'2ll'lll NIQlll1lQ'l'IIlI'llI. 5I'lI'III'l' III .xQI'lI'lIIIlIl'f'. I'urm III11IfImgs, , , . . I':Il'm I',Il2'lllI'I'l'lllLI :NNI IIl'2IXVlll2'. 1 I 'IIIII-SI, SIIII-In-I-Is IIIII-I' gm-II Irnilmillg' in sf-I-II II-sIing' :'llIII grain IIIIIQIIIQ. in pIz1NI f'IIRll'1ll'I0l'lSIIl'S 2lllII III'IIlI2lg'2lIlIvll' In IQIINIV. III2lI'IiI'IIIlLl' QIINI I-IIsI' III' IWINIIN-INIIIZ 111 III-signing :IINI IIN-:IIII-11 I-If IDIIVIII IIIIIIIIIIIQS IIIIII in I-I-IIN-ur SIl'llI'IIll'f'S 2lllII collsi-1'1Ictio11 QIIIII IIN- I-pc-mtignm III I'ill'lll NI2lI'IllllI'1'Y. This is 0110 III? IIN- SIl'HIlQ'I"SIA IIl'IIill'IllII'III'S IIIIIHIIQ' IIIUSI- Il'I'2lIIIlQ' of 2IQ'I'If'IIIIIIl'iII I-Imxu xx1II1 1mmII'Iq:IIIII- 1':IpNI1Iv SlIlI'If IIS I-sI:IIII1sImN:11I-. Iris :UNI has 4' ' ' '- 1 Q 111 TIIE IKENT UCKIAN ,f N I X15-' f ' if fd ,,,,,fQ1ylLl':m . s f IK E ,7 f,,,'ff A T ffflllflfflfffffflfffffflflllllll ffff1fL4gLL1Hl " i ' I f1UYfl2"'. H IJ Ii A 1,6rl: rwLlf- :Wiz 1 i 5 'P -- 1 1,3 ll i .. -: 5-. ,' 'IW " s 'A W N tx- iuilkixn ul! xxx wxw X ' 5 r fa A312 Wiki: . l A1 xxxivxxf 'I .I A xl 'X ,xxx E I- i , , el F P 51.1 -rg 15 1 . 'X GLRE,'x 3 l f tl llnixeisitv catalae-ue we lind this eourseg. MONG the lahyrint is o ie , '- ' " no it is simply a course to prepare farni experts,-inen who can tell just What to do for your dog, chicken, cow or horse when it gets the eroop, or wakes up with a sick head-ache and has cold feet. Though the student is given a Chance to exaniine the finest Cattle and swine in the State, he is never allowed to pass upon theni when dressed for the talmleg this is one of the greatest draw hacks to the course. Other varieties of stock, tdogs and horsesl are judged. As these are not eaten by nianv the olajeetion does not hold here. Also the aniount and quality of inilli given luv Major COl'llllSl0l'.S con' lllilf' lit deterinined during the year. It is generally agreed among experts that tlu likino' for such food is hereditary. C The Course in Animal Huslmanclrv is an excellent one, "Nut said." I l l X , Ln .5 ss14Pf3tf'32l is --is X 16 Y 1:-52.7, Xlvxxxxx xfxfe filer. hu st ' i s-M , A 1 s :ass wi""""m""t'l:'l' . A e .?,,....., . 'U-gg-J N- X . f -ALE9' -1'J-'- 'F' S 1 --V--51 -x ff . f I 'fm' , N' A- T-"Til -X Qll X: ff . X , ,UfW, ,. 55, , fr 1 f ' A ,. l , " Xlfl ff ,I .f X hw . . ,V 1 X11 , ,, +V' A , n - l "9 ww '-1, .l- f ' t . A ws: -4 ' ,f wks 5 x. Xfxtsfifffl f . f V- , fl, , . fl r I. ffE!9ll X lit ff 1 'e f "" "' A flvfl W ' I X ,f fkfff ff , , ' ' . ' .1 V, ,Q ,?i..f.f1.' 4' fl ' , ' ,I ffd1,f X 'Z fY"' 'V Tii:"'.x' ,ll V, ,A y 'Jiri-gg' Y A it 'X Mt MQW si. - YM - -- - H .y..,f-1c?R'.eQeWiL 'I 'I 2 l r 1 x Tim IiENTUCKIAN PHYS! 0 OCX ANATOMY UALB- , . . . , i . 1 1 r ,,, " 'r . , -, . . . . . ' ' X ' U S 0 X ' ' L ' L ' V' ' ' 'I ' ' W1 f :. I L - , ' 1 1 r ' . . . . I - y w - - , I I ' ' ' I I I I ' 5 I I I 1 ' l ' ' ' ' I Q' ' ' ' 4 ' V Q 2 I . 1 4 xx F. F N v 5 ' ' . ' 1 . . Q. ' '. 1 S lit! I I 1 ll-ll S ' I L: 'S ' A I I' l I 2 ' I 7 ' 'sv 'fx V wf'1'X . V 1 1 'Su .0555 ya"u5:1 . S-2' gl I.. 3 I ' X ,, . . . . . V, . t az I K. 5 n5! 1 Bl n 15 ll. 4 .nv -'52 1 1 v - . . . . . -- y-1 ' "' y . -. Q-,.. Q-,gi - . 4, wg - 1 I 1 - - 1 - . - . 4 , . v . . . . . . . ,, 1 ' J I ' I l ' ' v I I ' I l 'h g ' 'I x 1 I ' n ' ' 1 ' Q cl 4 5 1 1 5 ' 4 F '4 , , c'o1l1'.'1s:'WsA' Qi ' 'z' - sz ',"-ss'-1 -, 39 .a'...n... - ' 'I' ,. Q THE KENTUCKIAN "0 f WH '- 4 -4. tr? M v' ' "Nfl "R 'S " fn?-1 VX 91' If lj! '-ffl z- fm' I' , T If I' bfi 'ill l I ll , f, I I l ll u as Ml' f 'j'! 'Qi xx ll W- Xfcif lfkl lv' ll 92 V f , 'H' s- X I ff if l'7f 'ff fy- ll , 4 t fliillfi fl, ' ' 4 x x "-','lmll,L Lkqlnl ' ll I ' I I-!,"l,l 4,1 Iv an 14 1 wal . . M, 4 ., ,., ummm l ,, 4af',: e . 5 ,L ,Y-,w,g---f,Y,--- -,..' -' -'.r-' i E - " it--' it "N -. -HTS department is especially active "When flowers bloom in spring- timev and when the "young man' s thoughts lightly turn" from the straightand narrow paths laid down by an all wise faculty. Then do the girls and boys explore the shady nooks here-abouts in search of rare flowers, etc. Recently the department has built a splendid hot-house wherein plants are cultivated for winter study. This furnishes anuexcellent place for the industrious Freshmen to make mud pies on rainy days. These last named 'Cfreaks of nature" are most enthusiastic hunters after rare specimens and the green house is 'never safe 'till their ardour cools down somewhat. Professor Matthews is the "big fuss" in this department and is eflieient enough to make some kind of a Senior of about half of his Hgreenv Freshmen. lVe have on the roll of our illustrious class several who have passed through that verdant stage under the guiding hands of Professors Matthews and Gilbert. ' lien Tiling '- .i s ii TT:-flL?lf 'e.'ff5f?3lli'9' L x JJ-NX"'Q1K:-Ti jjig.- 7,1 nth, W, s 4 A flfi:-QQ '15-,A ' flilffxll 'Tiff ' 7 ?"-sr' ii 1- Ag llf- A S ,S 'iJl'iik'i" 4' " L I N K ff Xcvditpi,-87" .idk 'T . f X W1 i-. v-'Sree-ff'-5 L, S We? fm fVWf?rf eQ,n::i+f.1' , , l 1 i 4 -A FE- fg.'.i':i1- f r. yt YW ll If QQ'-5 f-Q, if fl I , ' I . ' x X '-,:sT:.: 'C - -LW ' -L' X I f , Pri N -2, n--,-1 .y. A X .P if K, H 5- ,, fx -. 5 "i.f,-1i g L N it lp 7 iiljilip ,, 3,731 N I il , , ff, X, f Zgzikwk . Xe,.'2ffs, I I g,:,, ff. 1' . '- 1 , V V- " t'Ef- . TZIEZELLE Nm , 55-:hfaiif '. Ag!! I :X A ,V 1" -,rf , - l li 1 ..Q?i-'-1 -iY.-,. Hill fl. 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NIS at llury are nut: to rc-nuiiii lflll.2'l'l' at Ilu- iusliluiimi mul will :uit lu- ull 10 lzzllic 2ltlV2llllilQ'0 of ilu- iuznllv llllIH'HYC'llll'lll'S lvviiigg' iuzulv in lliis flI'll2ll'lll'lf'lll l The How clllC'llllSl-l'f' lllllllllllg' iuiw iu-ziriii' c iuplrlum will lu uliiipiu-fl wlili A - A 11uul01'11 lvvliiiiw llllfl 1'm-vitailimi IHHIIIS iululi ful Ilu CllflllH'2ll Pilllllllllwlll' will lu aw uiul 1 z111sif0i'i'vcl In ilu- iuiw lmililing Eli Sflllll :is f'lI'1'lllllSl2llH'I'S will nllf ' z HCNV Cl'2l of wnrli mul usvfuliu-ss will ilu-11 ll2lYl' lu-1-ii lu-gun. 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CD NU E v 3 I II, IL' 115 lin' lzulx ul il pill at flu- Qillllf' tim' ilunsc- ilr liluff rfIlllf'llllll"' nuirc Ill -Q 5 2 ilu ulimfilirx' ilfwll-11' will hiul 111 it .I -4. r w Ti ini uiiw tulfl lf 1' l'f'4f'2ll'f'll l lu 4 . 1 - nl fu ful wiflu-f fm ilu l'utm'r' Qiumrfss , ilu 4lfllllTlll"IlT '1i'f- f'Yl'f'llflf'fl ln' ilu Q 1 1 . , 1 iwi' c-law f Tun IQENTUCKIAN ONIDSTICI SCIENCEM l HE Departlnent of Domestic Scicim- wus cu-zilwl liy llio lloiuwl of Trustees in Decenibor, 12305. lt wus 1-slzililislu-il on ll simple fouiidzi- tion, and prac-tical cookery was lziiiglxti at lirstp in ll iwmiii lirrwl up on the ground floor of Patterson lflall. flfroin lliis small In-giiiiiiiig. imiloi' llio dirccl tion of the head of the cle'mi'l'111oi11', Bliss llszuln-llai W. Nlairslmll. Iliv mlomrt- l , ment has 0'1'oWn frzini one class lo iiizmv, :mil now is oll'v1'ii1L1' z fum' wzirs' Z3 . . . I l course leading to the degree of li. S. There are four rooms l:lll'lIlSlli'fl zippi-op1'i:ilvl'x' for llivii' iw-slim-liw uses. nzunely, a lElbO1'3fO1'y for cooking, ai lc-vliii'v-imoiii. olliw. :mil slow-i'oo1ii. Tlic courses of insli1'ucl'io11 iiiclmlc- llw 'l'ollmx'ing siili-R-vis: l'i':u'liv:1l i'oolwi"v. l Food Pifodncliion and Al2lllll'l'l2ll'l'lll'l', llim-li-tivs :mil illll'llll5ll"Y iii Nllll'll'lUll- .f Every woman sliullc-1111 iii llim- l'iiix'i-1-sity is ix-qiuiiw-il to mln- llii- c'Ulll'SU ill Pmcllcill C00k0l'.l'7 llio iilhlwlz lu-ini! lllail, no XX'UlllIlll slmll iliiuiiliixm- willioull knowing sonioliliing on ii qui-slioii ol" most vilzil iiili-ri-sl 1: Iliv l'ill'l'. llilllwllv- liunian 1n1t1o'io13io11. I I is llll THE K12XT1?c1:L1X ' 1 1 -11 11 , .424-1.1 42 .gytf I. F' I 1. .V W -I, . 1 5 rf.-,QQQV 91-I VI V ,. . 'T .-f , '- 517, if 1' ,911 1 U' 11 .-,-f..- ,,..,f1i- :1'11U.Efv-'- Img? 11' '1 1111' P' 1 fi! 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Sll1'1l QQl'2ll1ll1l1'0 S111111-111s IIIIISI lll2l1i1' 1'f11111-11111111 1111-ii' lllRl'11ll' 1111111 11111 11lL'f' x 111 13' e101-1' such 1'1-1111011 s1111j1-1-1s 115 lllllf' 1313 211T1V1'1JVC1,1 115' 1110 Dean. 117 v 111- 11111111111-11 111 1111111112110 1111111 111 1111- 111'1l2l1'1lllf'llT 111 1f11111'111i1111 1111111-1' fir, ,N ,. l l V TIIE KENTUCICIAN ENCUSH STUDZDN S l"l lf UFSTATE. l uNlvf:RSi'rY p is PRESENT 1 RICHCLICU I e l N spite of the fact that in our nu-ulern lll1lYf'l'Sll'lOH, zittc-ntion is largely l given to the scientific mul oiiginc-ei-ing' courses, the lffnglish course here is very popular. In this ago of coninu-rc-itilism, ai liu-1-2-1-.v vourso must needs A be very attractive. If A course is uttriu-I'ix'c-, it will zilxxnvs luivm- quite al nunilwer l of students, no matter how gi-out the mlm-nunul 'tor lll'2ll'l'lK'2ll 1-iliu-zition. Beginning with Freslunun il-Inglisli, one is inniu-iliziu-ly faisi-ii1:it'i-il not only ,V ,il l l by the study of the text hut. also hy tlu- 1'l'lll2ll'li2lllll' :intl llu- llUl'llllill'l.X' zitmiet- ive personality of the lioaul ot tlu- llc-pairluu-nl. Iii' ilu- linu- you ri-zu-li Senior ll Ethics you have a love oil? l-fnglisli l,iu-1'1il1ii'o mul :1 rc-slu-c'l for si-liolzirsliip pl that will fit you to holil ai rc-sponsililo luisiliull in lite. ll p At the hezul of the llt'4lHll'l'lll0lll1 is oiu- ul' ilu- :ilmli-sl nu-n in .Xiiu-rivni. Pro- P fessor MacKenzie has huillz up ilu- llc-piirtiiu-iii l.l'HIl! its smaill lu-ginning to s its present proportions. flle iu-mls no ini:-oiliu-lion io un-v oiu- in llu- St-zito V and his seliolzirsliip is wr-ll, known Ilii-ouglufiit ilu- wliolf- 4-oiiiili-.x'. He is zihly zissistcul hy l'ro'l-'ossor l'l2ll'lllll'2ll' who luis ull-oguly In-ovi-il lo us l that he is ai, nuiu, ol' lm-l'lc-rs. t'onsifli-ring llu- pals! siu-1-oss ol' llu- :li-pairliiu-nt We liesilzzito to pl-c-flic-li wliuli ilu- l'ului'i- will ln-ing' l'oi'lli. l l l - NS 111- il 1!l'OQ' f21111111l 111 1111- 1.1-x111g'11111 111-1211111111-11111111. TIIE IiENTUCKIAN 111 1111 ll '111lS 110l12l1'1lll1'l11' 11218 111111111- 1-111ss 11111111 111111 11111111'111111"1' s11111:1- 1111 1114- 1 hrsl' 211111 11-1- 111111 1111111's 111' S1'1f'1lI'l' 111111. '1'111- l'f'lll1'Si' is 11111111- 1111 1ll'Lg01X' uf l'Q'Q'11Y'11'11111 11'111'11, 11111 IT 15 1111 lll1l'1'1llll'll1 413-111 11 s1-1- il 1111211111-1111 1Q111'0 1'1111'11 1111 il 111'1-11'1' 11111' XX'I1'1l 21 llil1'1'X' 111 SC'I1'llf'1' 1111111-111s 111'1'1111'1'111u' 1111: 1 1 1 11-111s. 1'1-1111-ss111' 111111-1' 11111'11'1's 11-1111s 1111-f1- 1l2ll'111'S 231111 1111-'1' f'11jf1'V 1111111-1' 111-11s111111 l121f'S 11111111- 1111111151117 1111- 1ql'll1ll1'1i.X' 111V1'1' s1'1111'1'111g gr-11111g111:11 ,F111'111111w11111. '1'111- 11111111'111111'1' l'1lll1l1lll1'1l1' is g111111 111111 1111' f'f111f'f'11'V'11 11f 9111111-s, 51111111-s 111111 1111113 111111 Sf'1l'l1l'l' 111111 1111115115 1114111111 '1111' 1111- 111-1'1'1-s 111' il s1-111111111"1' g'11'1. ,Xa 1 1lll'g1'1' 1111111111-1' 111' 1111- girls 111 s1'1111111 111'1- 1Il2lTl'11'l112lf14 111 1111s 111-11111-111'11e111, 1 r 1 Q 1 11 IS 111' 1'11111's1- 111111111111' 11'1111 1111 s111111-111-s. 1111- 1',ll1'1'1lllH11'Qf' 1-1111 111 1111- Ff'1lf'1llQ IS l'1111SI11f1l111115 I11'l111'1IHl11'X' 1111' 1111- 1111111111'1' 111 1-gps 111111-111-11 111111 111111111f'11f'11 lll 1111-11' 111111111111 1 Frog 1111111's 1l1XV1l11'11 1111111 g1'1l'1S 111111 111-11111111'111111111111 111-11 1111 '1:1'f'flIIf'Il1 1 111'1f111'1'1-111-1- 111 1111- s111'111g. 111 11111-1' 11' 1111i is 11111 911111111-11 11'1- 1,1'2l1' 1111-1'1- 11111 1 1 119 ., ,li fi g., 3 lei, I "i"7ag"' l i i W i 5 i .i, -1, 'I ,. i 5. ii v r :il :A v , vii ii ll QW, -A 4 Q .Q wall' s ill J' lfill lift i ll li 1 ii Efl tfilfili - ull. 4 H l' gii,if:t'i i ,yi gjm i, li-if 5 l-af , 5. L ii 'll it all 1: 'iii li ,ll l, , 'gl' ix ,i ,ig 1 .ii i ll ,Mui .L ili it we , E, 4 f 4 lil 44 A 'l l E l il ,i li il it f lx l :gill N i, it I l i 4 l i i ill. Il l l i TIIE JKENTUCKIAN XX X ' HE Departinent of History, Economies and Sociology whicli until last year, had been under various i11st1'uc-toi's, is now uiuloi' the super- vision of Dr. J. E. Tuthill and his assistant Pi-of. Cl. ll. lffggailliiiinf. Dr. Tuthill received his Ph. D. degree at the l'iiivm-silty of Wisconsin in 1908, Where he had for some time spec-ializml iii llislory. llc has also spent a great deal of time on the siilajocls of l'lQ'UllUllllL'Q aiul Sm-iology and is therefore capable of giving .sal'isfae1'o1'y ii1sta1'1u'l'ioi1 to all slmlmils who desire to take any, or all of his work. This departlnent has been in Allin fl'uiliill's vliargi- 'Isla' the past two years, and has no doubt shown a g'i'eat iii1pi'ox'm1im-lit. lllith the progress thecloparlliieiit is iimlqiugg' al' pw-fi-iit'. Ili-. 'l'uIthill will no doubt soo-n bo able to oth-1' mu- ol' the slimigm-sl, will-fl-S 111:11 limi- la- fumul in any part of the czoiiiitry. lfll T1-113 IQENTUCKIAN AND 1 NN. 1'?J,71 xgjhi I uk 111.11 1'1ll' 1'S12I111IS1llll1'Il1 111 il 1111-11 Sl1l1I1l1 11'1111 ll 111111'-1'1--11' f'fl1l1'4f' Ill r- ' 1 1-1'1-111' 1'11llll.1.V 111 1111- Sfilll' 1111- f'1:1ss11':11 111'll:ll'1lll1'll1,1 111111' 111- M1111 11 11111'c' -"-' .' .1 1111111111 .11111s11111111 1111111 111 11111111111 ll1lIll1'1Y. 1111- 1l'2IllllllQ1 111 11.111111 . . 1 r 1 . 111 11111111 :11111 c1l'1'1'1i 1111' 11l1'S1' s1-1-111111z11'1' Q1-1111111.. 1111- s111111' 111 1111 V1.1 ll' Y S , 1 Ill l11'1fp111':11111'-1' s1-11111115 11114 1111-1-1-:1s1-11 illlllflll 11 Ill 1111- 1:1s1 1111- 11.115, 1111 7- 1 111111-1111-111' 11115 111-1-11 11111111- 111:11 111 lll'1'S1'll1 1111-1'1- :11'1- 111111-1- S1ll111'll1N 111 11111111- 11111 .X1111-1'11':1 l'1'1l11ll1Q' 11211111 1112111 11l1'l'l' 11111 111111111- XY11f1 s11111c1- 1111 1.1111-11.11-1 . , , v . Ill 1111- 111111- 111 1:11-s:11'. 1 11111 1-1-1-1 111 X1 ll 1111151 111'1-11:11'111111'1' 511111 1 1.111f1111 ll 1111111 1111 ll 111111 1 11111 1 111111 111111' 111'11 f'1'2ll'S 111' 1,:11i11. '1'11is 1-11111's1- 1'l'1I1111'1'41 1111 11:1-1-1:11 1111-111 'z 1111- 11111'1 1111 1111- 11-111-111-1'. .X1 l1l'1'S1'll1 XY1' 11111 111111' 111111- il 111111'-.1'1-1 1 s11a11'11 11i1'isi1111 1111' 1111111111's 11215 111-1-11 1111111 1lf'1XY1'1'll 1111' 111g-11 Sf.11flf11 :11111 1111 f111110g'l', 'l'111- 1'111'1111-1' 11'i11 1lilY1' N1-1111s, 1'2l1'S211'. c'1f'f'1'1l. 01111. S:11111f, lv, F Yi1'L:'il 11121-1111-1' 11'i111 X1-111111111111 :11111 111111111 1-1'1-1111 111 1111- f-'1'1-:111--1 '11111 111111 1 1 5 1:1lS1'1ll111'1Ilg' 11'1'i11-rs 111 2llll'11'll1' 1111'l'2l1'l1l'1'. X11 xYf11111f'1' 1111-11 111211 111.1111 111' 1111 111-sl' 11-111-111-1's 111 111- 112111 111 1,111-111 :11111 1111111 .111 111 111.- 1111111i1- 11ig11 sr-11111115 111 Sll1'1l 1-i111-s as SI. 1,1111is. V11-1'1-1:11111 :11111 11'll'1f11l11. ' . . ' 1 '1'111- C1:1ss11-111 111- 1:11'11111-111 111' 1111- 51'l1'1' 1 111111's111' 15 111111' 11'111 1111111111 I 11 'WO 1121111 il 111's1-1'1:1ss 1-11111-1-111111 111' 111-11' 11111cs :11111 11171115 1-111-1s1i1111i11g 11 1111 11'111'1ii11Q 1i111':11"1'. 11111' 5111l1l'1115 :11'1- 11'111111g :11111 1-1111117111-. 1111 1111- 11'111111- 11111 11111'111111i is 1-111'11111':1gi11g. 11? tl .-f., ,, -V11-. ,VP , l l l l 't l ,1 y il i i , It ,oi do: ,W l ll"l ,, l'f L, ,I, t i .l t, l , wl, tj, JN, it iygl "wt, tt li I-1 ,li l, ,ll lil :it Wjsi' .,, fl, tl W-,lily tn .'lQ ,lm tt l ill 1,'l4 ,tit ltyl t l ,il ll ill lt' Q? Vit tl ttf, ll lt t l l 'fl ., .,. fl: ,l , Il, yli , tg, i .ly iffy' t , ,xi 1, ,hilt , ,t ,, V t i , t tl zlfl 44" THE KENTUCKIAN 2 ,, myl Nawvtgcm. F that which is most sought is inost loved, then without douht the Depart- ment ofMat.hematies is the inost Cnot to say the hestj loved department of the University. For does not every student pursuing any of the courses leading to a degree offered by any of the eolleges of the Yniversity, come to this department for from one to four years of llmlieniaties, to he served to them not as a dessert tw-or or three tiines at week hut' as the statt of life, daily? Not only has Mathematics inaniv lovers, hut' there are sonie who love it best. To meet their desires there has heen developed in the last, two years two courses -of study with niatlieinatiies as al inajorg one, in whieh language is given a prominent place, leading to the degree of llaehelor of Arts, the other, in which seienee is given eninlntsis, leading to the degree of fllaehelor of Seienee. In both courses there is given in addition to the regular courses in Plane and Spherieal Trigononiet'ry, t'ollege .Xlgeln'a, l'lane and Solid Analytical Geometry, and lliiterenthtl and lntegratl t':tlenlns,. the following courses in Higher Miatlieinaties: .X eonrse ol: leetnres on 'l'heorlv ol: liquations, Determinants, and Veetor :Xnztvlsis given in the .lnnior ,ve:tr. .Xn extention of the course in Calculus and a eonrse in lliitlerentiatl liquations given in the Senior year. Besides the nliove t'olll'st's there will he otlered other eourses varying from year to year and so gr:nln:ited that the worlq ol" this depart-- ment will he liopt fully zthrenst, with the growing dentnnds ol' the expanding University. The Matlieniatieail Hoeietyv whieh meets lui-weelallv :ind disensses suhieets of interest to inatplieiniitieinns is another enterprise ol. the year, whieh, it is hoped, will awaken and stininlztte :tn interest in Mntlninatties. s tl , ,121 , 1' + t NI s Lifkixfj X II is ,rg TIIE KENTUCKIAN -I 5 Hgmmn HRSIIRRHHHIIIBIIIN V Q 4- -I-.EMD I' I 1 v NTI I- , I I -I--I-.NI I I I-W 1 -I I I I II,:,g,-II IIIMIIIII"IIfI I ,III I -I f IIIII? I I U H' IEIII II I' I, if 3 Il I I ET'IL,I I L I I I A I gl: IIIIA II-, I II In I I II 'IIS-Il I UI!-it 0" IILI. IMA. is-x I 'fmfguords II I LIBIUNIIIMHMMYWH I - I E- 'I . N , QIIE cI1z1I1'-of Kfiulc-V11 IV,2lllQll2IQ'Ii'S is ilIbI'V IN-Ifl Ivy Prof. A. V. ZUIIIIIIWIII. He was INr1'11 in SWIIZI,'l'I1llIlII IIIIII Img INNI IIIUIWIIIQII IVIIIIIIIIQ in IC1'111i'l11 211111 1fIl'C11l'Il. ,lic-siflc-s f4It'l'lIl2lI1 :NNI I'Il'I'l1f'Il, ,IIZIIIHH QIIIII Spzmisln are JIJf01'CcI and he now has :1 Iillfll? I-Izlss in SIHIIIISII, IllfI'1'1'SI IIQIVIIIQ' IN-r-11 QIIWNISQII 111 Ilxis s11IJjcc-tIImyII1r- llIIlIll'I'HIlS I1N-1'a1IivI- pusiIim1s mpc-11 in IIN' SINIIII 1llC1'If'2l11 Ilcpublicfs. Prof. Z011IIn'1NI Ims il I-wmlu-If-NI' nsslslnut In IIN- IN-rsml UI' I71'nI. CI. I-Z. CIQIN-1'. ilvlll' fzN-I1 IINII1 Iris I.2lIIlI'l' is il lmlivm- fII'I'IIl2IlI :NNI Ilia IIIHIIIPI' :I 11.1I-Ivo l'1l'0llL'Il XVHIIIIIII aNI1If-II In his IIIIIIVIIIQ' :1pIvIir-utifm, Inns IIIEIIII' Ilim wr-II 1 - Q qIIzIIiI'N-II In II-:N'I1 INIIII CN-rnlaln :NNI ,I'l'I'llI'Il. V 1 IIIQ IlIllIl'UVl'lIIl'I1IS in IIIO III'IT2ll'IllIl'IIf uf NIHIIITII I,ilUf,III2lQ'l'S of IIN- S1314- Ullivc-1'siIy uf ICUIIIIIUIQV am- IQITIIIIIQ' INIVI' w1II1 IIIUSI' III frI'IIf'I' IIIllVI,'l'SlIIffS of u . I'111'ulNf :NNI ,XlllI'l'II'il. V 1 ' IIN- IIUZIIIH III' IIIIS IIl'll2Il'IllII'IlIA Im- 1-HIIIIIIQ' In rf-zN'I1 IIN- Ilf'2lI'I'4 of IIN' wIINImr11I's so IINII ITIWYIIIISPS Ihr its fnrmw- am- IIIIIIIIIITPII. 'VIII' sr-if-nfifirf :NNI l1lQ'IllI'Ol'IllQ' sI'INIa-111s IIINI mm-II I-Iljemzxm-III :NNI NSI' flwm IIN' sII1fI.Y of AIUIIITII Izxllgllalgcs. .XIIII sf- I-vm-1'v SIINII-III uf IIN- i11sfiIIIIiIvn XVIII Q'IzI1IIv If-1NI his Ilcznrtx lllII INIINI I-uwaml IIN- SllI'I'II'iS HI? IIN' fIr-pm'InN-nf. I Q II 14-FIIIW f I KQXIQI L- . L tj ,I f 2 I ff '-'i:5I f K--- gfyf f X- X CJI X Cgx 7 f Mya' I ', N--0 ' ,I 123 'vqf"Wfs" 'ri oo I 5 iii p, l , l l 1 IFE ll l lu ii ,Mx ,.i. 53.1 i 'is . i ' , , 1 ik' gi! I pu VI i, ll , gli ii ii li, if Q' 'n ,M- 2 i ,i 1 wil is :o, l il f A" ' rlvli ii fi lvl! fi ' 4, ,.u:, .!i333Q,f :'li '- 4 fi ii! 1.1 1 1:21 'llrllg Wi fi if fflrfllll A?Ei'lZ1 gli if ,ii 1 Fill' lli V131 l:ll"liI 'fiii ,, , 1 J ' li 'Fa .M U l sl ll will l'T,fl Ii 'llll-li 2 'fl its-1 W 41 lil., 11' ,-ii l lil l' ljii il W: 7 H i 1' Z i 1 , 4 TI'IE IQENTUCKIAN Q - QF Q il jf! fish? 52,2 4 55529 17 EES F41 ii I ' :KV Y , kv R' HE DG1731'l11lG11t of Pliysics now iwviipios its now qiu1i'r01's C'0Hl171'lSl11Q one-half of The huilfliiig l'0C'C'1ll'l'Y own-tml for Civil l'lllQ'll100l'l11g and i Physics. Previously from tho irmigaiilizziloiiiii of this llc-pui't1i1oiir in 1894 The work in Physics was cmwiocl on iii thi- lmsvimiiito of llw main lwuililiug, in i rooms wholly ulisuifocl for this w'.,i'li. Tho in-w 'lii1ll'll'l'S, ovviipioil since September, 1909, are ooiiiiiioilioiis :mil 1-xii-iisiw, lmviiig splviiiliilly ziiwziiigeil reoitatioil rooms anal lz1lmm'z1i'oi'im-s, :is wvll :is 1-mums 'for oliivms. aippaiiuiriis. pliotograpliy, shop, orc-. Thi- Ill'lllt'lIl2ll lm-1111-1--1-.mini will sour zlhullf ou? liiiliclrocl 2111-rl oigliliy sliicloiils. Thi- lt't'llll'i'I:llll1' will Ium- wzilo1'. gms. COIN' pressed air, vac-1111111 mniiim-loioii, ilira-vt :mil lllit'l'll2lllllg L'lll'l'l'lllS. :mil otlior Convoiiioncfios. Sonic- ol: tho lZllllll'2llHl'll'S am- not 'vm-I ii-:iillv 'ilu' uso hut :irc now hoingzg 11121410 l'02l4l'X', :mil in-w 2lIlIHll'illllS is lu-ing' mlili-il lo thi- pix-si-iii gooll oquipmouii. Whr-11 svlioiil opm-ns in Hi-ptviiilw-in ltiltl, lliis llvp:ii'1iiwi1l will have 'HS ifzlcfililuic-s vm-i'y llIlll'll im-i'm-:lsi-il for .lining g-will worli in vlviiwiilziifv :incl zulvmiuobl l'lii'ysic's. lil '-ali Tum K13NT1:c1:1,xN 1 L. F 1011111111 III1. 1,1111 111l1ll1llllll1 lx Ill 1111 1111111111 1111111 111 11111111 111111111 1 s 111111 l'1l1ll'Q'l1U'1: 11l1lIg'S S1lll'1' 11111 S12ll'1. .x11111P11Q11 1111s is 1111- 'X'fP1111Q'f'5t 111111111'11111111 Ill 11111 1111v111's11v. If IS 111s1 1111'1'1111s111g' 111 ITS 1'll1'fl11llI!'Il1' 211111 lH'111111s11Q 1,11 1111111 11111 1111111 1117 111111111 V1111' 1111111151 111111 1311111-141111'111Q'11s. 11111 il 1111: '1'1111 1i111'111',v 111' 1111s 1111l1111'111111111 1-1111111i11s 11s lllilllf' YfI1Illllf'S 215 111'1- f11111111 111 11111111 .mf -1111' 1ill'Q'l'l' 11111' s111111111s. N2l1lIl'2l11,V 11111 111w.x'1-1's 111'11 V1-1',V 111-1iv11 lll 1111 111111Q1i1111s 111111111 1111111111111 111111 211111f'11f' 11ss11111111i1111 11111111i11gs 111'11 11111111 111111i11111111 llll1'11 111111 1111111's 11x1'i11g' 111 11ll"1l' 11211111111 1f'llQ' 11'i11111111111-ss. 11 is .1 1111111111'1111111 11111 111111 1111111111 1:ill'1. 111111 1111' 1l12l'11l1'1T-Y uf T1lf'Sf' 1111111'i1'11111111i 111ss11ss1111 1111111'11111111'1s1i11s 1l1C'll11ill' 111 121NYY1'l'S. 1111f111'11 11111v 111111111 1111111-1' 1119 1 . . 111111111111'11 111: 11111111 11111111"s s111-111151 1.11w IIIIIST 1111 21 1-1111111 ffll' 1-V1111 11111 f1'11'i1+ 111111 1 -1 Q11111'1' 1-::111's11 111 111211 l1f'l1211'11111'111 .1 12.1 THE TTENTUCKIAN - , .,w,.,-. :L -FJ- :-L. -Y? -s' -- wa J"',' -- Z" ' ' a - V+ ' - N ' .-' Y - if ir ' 'rw E Q rf f- 1 Ii' rg ,gj,fgullQ,l,' v .X x 5 X 1,1 I 1' ls, J' A- Y l 5 1' L1 1. f' '- fi -f K If if 'i 1. .5-i s 21-Fi -E' if 4- N I, ,f Q ' ,, ' J f - 'sf "" uHil.:.hll4 y gf " fi? ll -- gf p j T 1' 4, A 7 "- Lug - H 5. Z pf,-Vgz.-L .Q If 1,-ff? .N -" ,- 7 , aff!" X . fy .f ff 11 05 ZH fl T2 Q AhQ,:g4?-153.15 " HE College of Civil Engineering is the olclest clepartnient of Engi-f neering in the University having been aclcleil in 1887, when the A. and M. College of Kentucky eonsistecl of only Classical anfl Agricultural Courses. Eor years it has been the largest single course in the University but until of late the inost poorly equippecl. The present hoine of t.he College of Civil Engineering is in the new Civil Engineering and Physics ibuilcling, being a tliree-story brielq, with a. lloor space of about forty-thousanfl square feet. The equipment is unsurpassed by any depart-ment in the University. H The course of Civil Engineering is plannefl to give the steumlents a linowl- edge of the subjects necessary to euahle the Uivil Engineer to flevelop himself into a skillecl practitioner oilf his pro'l"essioii in any ot its many branches. Prof. Rowe has been ably assislecl by assistant llrofessors W. Al. Carrel and R. C. Terrell. fPi'o'l'essm' Carrel having eliarge ol" Slruelural llesign null who is at the heafl ol? the Senior anil Junior lDrawing-rooins. l7rotessor Terrell is in charge of the lleparluieul. ol' llighway hlngineering, also in charge of the ilflresluuan ilDrawing-reeni. 126 l THB Kl5N'rl5CK1,xN 5 lm Es'-rs .A M zmallu'-zalflml: lllfl l'f'l'Ill hll'illll RIS llS4'll lll llllS :ll'Ilvll- IF lllll'llll4'4l tw 1-lm-l' llfll Ulllk lille Slll7'il't'l1 uf sim-zllll. als gl-llc-l':lll'l' :lpplll-ll. lllill ls 1ll4- lllmllf-l'Il1-s ul .slczllll alllll lls l'K'l2lllUll Ill llllll'l' gzlssl-sz lllll Irv Illl"lll4lf'lH'sl1ll'S llll' llsl-s ul SlI'1llll l l . . . . 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EMM 11"1. 1 '51ili1.1 'E 1f1:'.li '1 113-j X1 9111111 '11 15.111111 1' fll111T - I1f'1lllv i' fffill' 1 11, 1 1 fi'1f il 11, Wllllllg 111 .1111 1 '1 11m"1,1 ,WA ' ?1'! 1J:1.111h1 A ltilllx 1 1 11,I1M , 11 111 I 1-ll,1l'1 l 1 1 Nlllw. 111 l-'l'l11 lc J: 1I:1l'g 11 'Nl 1'3' 1 1 1 :ll 1111 1-fill 1-ll l1lii,l1 Wl 1i'l1lll 1' ?'1ll'l Q' 1 111111 1l 1 j:1'1 1l1 5 ,f:T 1' ll 11 'll 1 Quill ll '1l"lil 1' 1, 1 1 ,1 ,1 .17 1 1 1 1 1 1 ll11 1 1 1 , l 1 'lil l 1QE'11' fl l11-,11 111111 1 11 V11 1'1 11 i l 1 ,11 1 1 1 1 11 11 Tl A 1:11 1 1 1 1 1 l131, l 1l .111 1 '11 1 Li' 1,1 1 li 111 1. rl' ll' 111111 A-11 THE KENTUCKIAN 1 MMM U 11 gjmwfgmmzmmmmmmnmmmmmunm "Q 11111 1 1 I 1 1 Z 1111 1-Q . 1111 1N C fi 1 A -LL .11 il1' 1 111 ' ui 1 1.11 11411111 1 11 l--11-1 111 .,., X 1 1 gu11g331mm11b.11111111111u111 YY 1 1 111 1111 11X mu 0FJQ HTS clepartinent has been the knockout blow to the ambitions of many aspiring ineehanicals. The course of Meclmiiical and Electrical Engineering is about as difficult as the other engineering courses until the beginning of the Junior year, when this "bug hcarl' c-lcctricity is taken up. Then "one by one they cross the river" ancl thc Civil Iiimiiicoi-s grow in nunibers. -X. 1, .Beginning with clirect currents there is a long stmly of lllilL'llil10S, ixieasuriiig instruments, magnets, with a complete clcsign of El pliiugcr illlkl lifting lll2lQ'11Clf, and a clip into the inysteries of telcpliony a111l l-0TOQ'l'ilVll.Y.l 'lu the last tcrni Junior there is a complete stucly of moclcru swi1'1'l1l11111r1l 111-111-tice with T1 clesigng also laboratory Work in wliich 11111 Sl'll1lL'l1li l11'1'1111111s more or loss familiar with the various instriiinents. lVith the Senior year co-nies ililifxllllilliillgi 1'111'1'1111ls xrith its 111:111'v 'IWTIIISOS and inipeclences. Tn the lalmoratorlv il C'0lllllll'l'l' s1'111l'v ul? thc s11l1j111-t is 111111lc from the practical sicle. This work is vc-1-lv llIl'ilSillll' l!ll1l1'l' Mr. XL'ig'lll101'S, hut the reports 31'GQSOHlOlilllll:i1' liorco. VVhen we are away we shall lo-ok 11111-lc 11111111 thc time wl1c11 wc were in this 1leparl3n'1e1'1,t ancil ask the KlllUSl'l01l, "Was the Qoml wc' Lflill out ot' Illv 1'11lH'S0 worth the nlaily i4fl'lSSlllS, Elllfl 'riclliligs' wc got. Zllltl llllfjl 11111ll1'ss time we 1111's !77 1 4 ini SO1llC'WlllS2l'Y ' 1 - ' -' 11111 I11 .1 11111 ol 111111l1- ll't'l'Sl, 11111l the 1-vl1:1 will 1'1111111. Hlllell, wllat clo you l1.l1i11lq ol' tl111li'5" ISS . 'F N, '11 11 111 - 1 Q- 1 ., , Q NJ1 .5 5, 1 1 Tuls K15x'1'UC1:1.1N 1 . 11113 111111111'111111111 11'11s 11s1111111s111111 111 1lH112 111111 11215 g1'1111'11 s11 111111111 . . 1 111l2l1- 11' IS 111111' 111111 111' 11111 511'1P11Ll'l'51 lll 11111 1 1111'111's111'. 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' ffff77gZ1f PPORTUNITIEIS for the Mining Engineer are many, and varied lines of Work open to a properly prepared Mining Engineer make his profession a Very broad one andan unusually secure one. For instance, he has before him: 1. Mining en0'ineerin0' in aarticular includino' methods of minino' all :J Q a l 2 Q cv sorts of minerals, mining machinery, such as drills, coal cutters, Ventilating appliances, hoisting plants, haulage and drainage machinery, etc., Whether operated, by electricity, compressed air, or steam, surveying and mapping both of mines and lands, laying out railroads, mining camps, town properties, etc., and the erection of various sorts of plants. Q. Mining expert Work, including the examination of mining properties, geological engineering, etc. 3. Mfetallurgical work, including iron making, lead, zine and copper smelting, gold and silver reduction, assaying, oolze making, coal washing. preparing of ores for market Core dressing-D, and various other metallurgical operations, and erection of metallurgical appliances. 4. Geological Work -on Surveys, geological work for railroads: pruspecting for oil, gas, coal, and ores. 5. Superintendent, millman Csilver, gold, and other concentrating niillsl, foreman, draftsman, fuel purchasing for railroads, 4-le., agent. for mining supplies, etc. 6. Mine lnspectors. 7. Clay XV3I'J'l.'lilllg, from nlanaging the niine to lestiiig the raw material and supervising the production of 'linisliecl pi-mlm-las. . 8. Teaching. - Mianifestly, a large 'field is open. to the sllnlenli ol' mining-fa larger one. We think, than in other hranelms ol' 1-nginwringg llierv is always some line of Work in his professioii. that will c-all for his services. - Ki C N l . 17 1 -- , THB KENTUCIQIAN f b. - 1 IS 11N m ' ' 111 I111 H I, Ill I '111 :E-VN-'L4g:'24i' . 4 10 I Y 1 l 11 1 1111 1 11 41, rPr'l"' 1 " 1 ' ' 17,1 , 1111 , 111 1 I I iii -1' Lf I Q Ill' ' ti H 1 1' H I .,, Q 1 1 , 'H 1 . ' 1 wx !:.11111b1111111:1m111QK.1!11-111711111111111111111111111111 1 1 111 - "' I 1 wwf 1 - 1 .Tw J X Xxx .r X,,,ff'X 1111. 1-11111's1- 131' 111s11'111-111111 111' lll1'2lllS 111 11'1'11ll'1'S 111 1z11g'11+11 1111-1':11111'1- . . 1 ,fy was l'S1'2l1l1lS1lC'11 111' 1111- 111-111111 111 1111- 111111111 111' 1l'IlF1f'f'5 111 11111-I, 111111 -. -1. ,. . .. 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RIS in 111111 111 1111- w1'111g:' 111' 111'1111-ss111111111 1111111. 112 is 1'111'1111g'11 1111-11s. 111111 11111 f1ll'0IlQ'1l 1111-111111-111 11'11i11111g 11111111-. 111211 1111 Q11-111 w111'1cs 2lI'0 :11'1'11111111is111-11. r111lP 1111-1s 111111 1111- T1A'C'1lll1f"211 11'11111111Qs 1111- 1111s1111111-15' OSS111111111, 11S il 1111111111' 111 1-1111111-. 11111 1111-sv 111'1- 1Y'111Xv 1111- 1-1111s XY1'l1C'11 1111-111 111111111152 C'111'1.Y11- IS 1-111'1'111-1 NV1l1'll 111- 5112111-rfs 111111 1111- lll2ll'l XV1l1'P 1c111m's 111111' . . . Q . . . .,, ., . 1 - - . , . V I 1111-15 lb 111111 21 1-11111 111 5111-1-1111-11-f 111'1111111 X11l11'1I 1111-1'1- 2l1'1' 1111 1'Vf'Q' 111111 1111- 1OC1111'O1' is 1-111111111-1-11 1'1l2l1 1111- 111-s1 1111'21115 111' 111'1111fi11g' 1111-11s 111 1111- 11111111 111: 21 S1'll11GlI1T is 1'111'1111g'11 1111- I11'1V'51'111I1111111 111 111111 1111' 11l'f' 1-x11111-11 1111711211119 111111 i11spi1'i11g 1'Q1-111-11s of 1i101'111111'Q. 11111 Tun IQENTUCKIAN 4 'A 'uw K . g I I IA l f 3 i , 9 I 9 6' . . P Q gs, R. -, . 5 r l 11 QJSWW -1' x lk p ff, will . ,l gy l highs In J! '.,- -sif-ji , A1 wafJS.iTl?. HE Academy of the University has seen this year a very successful and prosperous term. Its 'course has been extended, so as to give lifteen and a half units, which is required for admission to the Freslnnan class in all institutions that are on the Carnegie Foundation of Teaching. lt has a four years course, with a recitation period of four hours each day. For students -of exceptional preparation and ability a provision is made by which they may recite five hours a day-thus completing the course in three years. This new system not only makes the Academy strong in point. of numbers and general interest but strengthens the Freshman class vvliieb has formerly been weakened by a great number of students having insutlieient preparation. Prof. Wlalter K. Patterson, t-be principal, has been at the head of the Academy since its inception, and under his guidance it has grown from a Very humble beginning to a standard equal to the preparatory department of any other University. He is ably assisted' by Professors Qlianiison Cllanoverl, Nleflregor tlliar- Vardj, Hamilton CStateQ, llfarrison CSta1el, and S'4'll1lilll'l'0l' tllanoverl. lVitl'1 this faculty all progressive young nlen, lyrwli. Patterson can easily pre- diet a very bright future. ililil Tim K12NTL'CK1,xN I FE 5' T-T-ff' 5 f :jg 2 l 5 T:--int? :T.f'L2-5-'Qi' 4 4-Q nz' -: f -- - -----I QDELL f Cyn :l:l -+2-ef: , 5 1 ff 'gr All-M Ha? Q 2 , 'F it .55 rl 1- - EP? 47Ql 4 'L' - ""'-E: - M AEgXfJ Z! X .-11 gg' -- -Z l-lepll-lepl Heli! l-leplll . YQ! JlfgWl3l4A 7 X , . . . - Y - . . l IS llu- :um ul' tlns lla-pzlrlnu-ul In 4-111111, ilu- lxf-nllu-lax' l lllX'f'I'4llX' mam . wllll sm-In mllllalrv ll'2lllllllQ :ns wlll muxlvlf- lmu 14, luwlnnu- nm r-ilu-1:-111 I 1 1 , . - . . . . . i'Ulllll2lIl.V Ull'll'l'I' In tmu- ul war. ll1'll1'i' llu- 1'Hlll'rf' Flllilllllv x':u'u-fl lll4ll'llf'llflll In llu-m'c-livzll mul lll'2ll'll1'1ll lllililaxljv S1'l4'Il4'4'. l.u-1114-null! l'. ll. lwwlnlsu-1'. 1-T ilu- N-vm-mln l:nx':1l1'v. l . S. .X.. llilf ilu wnrlq Ill !'ll2ll'Ql'. :mul llllllvl' lllS ul-lv supe-1-v1-u-11 llu- llilllilllfvll. 1-4-lmxllllu' f-1 x . . . . , , Qlmn' wnupalnu-s. lms Illillli' 2'l'f'2li 1-1'wg'1'f-fs -lurmg' rlu- IDN'-I'lll 4f'llfl4ll Yr-ur. llu c-mlmlallulalnr ll2l5. nyum 1-vc-1'v 1u'1'2lSlHlI. lll'HX'1'Il lns all-Illia' uf nn --flu-1-1': :mul lu l :lsslslm-cl Ivy lux 1-1-lllllllsw-lu-ll stall. wlll 4l'lllllll4'FF S-um uulkf- llli flf'll2ll'lIIIf'lll ilu- lu-1-1' nl Zlllf lllgll-l'lilSS IIllllTill"Y svlu---l 111 ilu- lzmfl. llu- wlm-paxrtnu-ll! IS l'5lll'l'l2lllX' fwrlllllzlfn- Ill lu-ssl-fsllng :nn f'XTf'llwlYf' r-1111111 1llClllZ ul' :mms mul 2lllllIllIlllll'lll. :1l'lU-lwlillg' 1-xl-1-ll'-nr 'lllll'Il'llll'llllf'S Jflfll' mrg 1ll':lt'll1'C :nul slmm lmrllw. wllia-ll 1-1-lil-w ilu- lll4lllHl4'llY Mr' flrill. Tlu- C':ulm-I' lmlul :lvlm-m'lm-ll-u-s nf- Vllllill :mu-11--' ilu- luilil-:rv ln-mul-' of Ilu F r ' ' ' Slzllcg mul, in nulllixi-m tw l'm'11isl1i11g mufif- T'--1' rlu- lmllaulifm. wr-f-usifnlznllx l , . . , . . , . . plzyxs lor cl-ullm-gv Nu-ml 1-lllu-rumf. lla -lm-wr 1' IS ll. .X. ffrlllu. f'4'llf'f'l'1lIll' wlumm llll IIIUVO lll'l'1l lu- will Ilmn is mill: "Il4- lPl2l.Y4'4l will: l'1'f-1111-1-r-.H ITV! it tl 11 1 T. ' 1 tg. W! 1. 1 1 ! 3! .V 1 i ll 144 I I I it I '-r 1 I ,, is 1s tip iff i l 1 te iz I tt llf ii t. ti t t 1 1 ' t it tt 1 i1'1 i11 tl. 11 !i il t 1 I t 1 it lt 1 t t '11 t bitt 11 'av 1 Qi ,1 x-11 1 i :ll it V1 t 'ti '1 ,tl l 11, 1 Q 1 11 ffl' lf 1 1 1 11: M 1 l'f1 t t 1,i N' 'hit ,, 1 tt 'tl H1 l E 5 lllalt 1,1 'fb TITE IiENTUCKIAN X Z If d XX X X X M . 15Q'Zl,L9liD :EM A iw TE ,W ff. i f X 'i X, Qi in NUM fl il l ffl ls tl UCAlil0 tt 5-a5.zfffQ,f?f1f T is the purpose of the University to encourage participation in some forni of exercise on the part of every student in the University. - By requiring each student to take a certain amount of exercise tluring the Hrst part -of his course, and at the saine time allowing- hini an insight into the reasons for physical training, it is believecl that interest in i'at'ioual exer- cise will be developed where possibly none existetl lmefore, antl that a habit of regularity will be-forniecl which will coninieucl itself to the stutlent as very essential to his best efliciency throughout the reiliaiutlei' of his 1-11111-se illlll throughout after life. To further these encls gyninasiuni work is i'equi1'e1l 111' all stcutleuts, zuul the instruction is especially arranged tio tit iucliviclual not-als. The 'Yullllg' men are under the able clirection of l?l'OfOSS0l' Mustaiue, a lllixll of rare atotoaiuments, who supplements the work on the Hom' with parallel 111 atliugg a stop, wlii1'h places liini in the front ranks of physical e1l1u'zlt11u's of the 1-1uii1t1"x'. The young women receive instii'uc'tiiou lilftllll Mrs. Stmlt, who is XYllll'l.Y hiutwn for hor great success in this work. The clcp1artimel1t1 lIll0ll2L1'll cfrzlnipecl 'fm' l'tNllll is Illillillljl itself 'tlflt illliilllgllillll' the lliiivorsit'1y, aml its lllillIt'Ilt'0 has always ht-eu for the ht-st iuti-V1-sts of the stuclcnts. 'I Ill- 133.3 x . 1 v l EX criment Stat1On Kentucky Agriculture p BOARD OF OONTEOL. s B NIOIIOLS, Chairman, Lexington, Ky. CIIAELE. . RICIIIXRD C. STOLL, Lexington, Ky. LEWIS L. XVALKER, Lancaster, Ky. T. L. F J AMES LIELVII DELEN, Frankfort, Ky. K. PATTERSON, Iesice .LE A. SCOVELL, Director, Secretary. CFFICFRS. M. A. -I' and Chemist. A. M. PE EER Chief Chenns, at E H. F. CURTIS, Chief Qienns , P 2 GFA I WW. H. SOOVELL, Directio . JL 17 i i E .MAN,E11ILO11lOlOgiS an J .I ,, SOHEEEEIUS, lXg1'O1lOHllS,, ? 2 P 'I nt of the University. ' t Held of Chemical Division ll ' t Heid of Fertilizei' Division t dPotf111ist Head of Division t Heid of Ag1'ic11lt111'11l IDIXISIUD Food and Drug Divisio11. R. M. AIJLEN, Head of J. D. TURNER., Head of Feed Division. J. C. LAl3AGH, Chief Chemist, Food and Drug Division. MISS M. L. DIDLAKE, Assistant fE11to111ologist and ilitllizllllxf S. D. AVERITT, Chemist, Chemical Divisio11. C. M. SI-IEDD, Chemist, Cl1emicaI Division. MISS TJJLLIFI LISTON, S'EG11Og1'211lllG1', Food and Drug Divi 1 Il F. C. XTAUGHN, Assist-ant Fntoinologist and I-lotz111ist. GEORGE LLOBERTS, Chemist, Fi. S. J. W. MISS C. L. GINOCIAIIO, St.o11og1'1111I11-1'. H. D. SPEARS, Chemist, Food Division. Fe1'tiIizo1' Division, .X1'1'i11g X 1 GOOD, Head of Animal l'liIISlIkllIll'l"Y Division. NUTTEE, Assistant in il-DZIITYIIIQ, xxllllllill II11sI111111I1x llIXI 11111 MISS 1ANNA XVALILIS, Sl'CII0QI'2lI1llI'I', I9111-1I Division F. F. XMORTQlI'ING'I'ON, SIIIIUVIIIl'l'II1ll'IlI' of l'i1lI'IlI. J. VV. TNLCFARLIN, L1lSIJOCl'0l'. L ' " I llltl IIIIIU Dix B. F. SO'11EEEiE11.1S, I11s11oc'l'o1-, I oo1 1 - 4 'IS IHII. 1 MISS KA'I7i1'1i11:ny1NE T. lliovsox, S'IUIIlIgI'ZIl1lIl'I'. F. KfINNI4IXf, Assistainx l'lIlI'OIIll1lt1gIF.I. illlll I11.I1111ie1 YVI'1,LIA1vI C. iDllA'Il'Illll'lMV5i, A1-tist, Division ol' IQIIIQIIIIQIIQIQLX 1111 111111111 V 1 I. R. liICYAN'I', AssisI':1111', lxllllllill llIISl1:lIIllI"X' DI11 'SIHII XMfIT.iI1TA'NI'ILOIPICS, Assisli1111I. I'I1o111iS1, I"o1'liIiz1-1' IIIYISI II L. A. fI3l1.0WN, i.llI'IIg,f cilIOIlIISl, I"ood and D1-Us lI11'1s1o11 ,. H. C. lloo1.s11.1, Special .Nom-111, I . 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I Tnivi-rsiiy oi' 'llc-mwss--v Sigma. .. ............... Dnviilsozi fkiliogi- Upsilon... .... llnive sity ol' North f'2II'0iiIi1L Phi .... .... S Ulliil0l'll l'nf'.'m rsiijv Chi... ...Vzimlorhill l'nlx'1-1'silj.' Psi ..... ........ ..... ' I 'ul fu '- lTiiivi-1'sLty Omega ........ C:l'llil'2ll liliiw-i'.4i1y of Iii-htm-iay Alpha Alplm .... .... .... I 7 IliVt'l'h'ii-.' ol' S-mth Alpha Beta... ...... lTlIi'.71'l'h'Iij' ol' .'Xlg1l.gimg1 Alpha. Gamma: .... i10iliSi2lli41 Shih- 'Turin-i':-ily Alpha Dm-ilu .... ..... X Vill::in. .'h-wi-ll Qmllvgw- Alpha. Zum... ..Willi:im aim! ixI:ir,v lmlli-in 'Xlph "xl1ih:. -X lphz Alpha Alpha Alpha .-Xlph: Alpliz' Alph A lph .Xlph .-Xlph .-X Iph .Xlph .Xllih Ih-lai iii-izl lh-1:1 lie-ini Iii-in. lh-1:1 Ih-tai livin lu-lax llii Z m 1 -i Z I I Ein. .. ...XVc:.t1ni':is!1.-r Coils-g,f: Theizi. .. ...Tl'llllS1'iix'fllll.'L lfniversitv Kuppzi. Iaillililtiil ...... .I Mu... Nu .... Xi ..... .. ..... l'ni e-'sity of Missouri ohns Hopkins University ...............Millsups College th-o. NX':ishington 1'1llYQl'Q1iV Vnivursily of C ulifornia Oinii-ron ........ l'1iixm-rsily of Arkansas 'Pi .... .. Rho. .. l 1-Iuml Nl inloiml Ji Sz ' ' . Pniversity XXX-sl Virginia l'niversity SiLZiIli2l...lilUl'Qi1l Si-hool of 'Feclmology rw, 1.111 ...... . ..lI:im1-lon Sidney College Vpsiloii ..,.... l'iiix'vrsiiy oi' Mississippi 'l'i'iniiv l'hi ....... .............. . . College Urn--gn. .North l'ill'lYiiilZl .X. N Ri. COil03"? .Xillim ......... ......... S vlimml nf RHIIUS lin-In . .. ...,.. lh-ilixim' Cvllvsv thimmzi . .. ...Uolli-ge oi' Cliairleston ly,-115. ',.. ,,,. Q I1-n1'gi'inWIl College x 'iiull ,, . . . i ii i.lXX.llm Uollvgv laps .... Z1-in .... ...I iiivvrsily of l-'loriild ' ' ---sin ol' Uklaihomu 'A - ' -- 'iiiY0i'SiiY lfflgi ,,., ...l lilxii. , 'I'h--lu... ...XX.islmi,,lol1 I lol:l .... ll -N N '1ll'X Cnililrlv A W ---n-QR ,12'!?"- - -' T111-1 K1:x'1'Lfc1i1,xN .V Q J f ,x 'gf 7 . .' k r' ' o -AQ. ' 5 ' 'Q ' ' K .-'QZXJ'--. pw., ,.E. X 1 , V :D r , I A rf V! 5. 1-LT THE IQENT UCKIAIN SIGMA CHIMQ' Founded Miami University, 1855 Colors, Blue and Gold Flower, White R059 Publication, Sigma Chi Quarterly Lambda Lambda Chapter Established 1893 CHAPTER ROLL . 1911 1. B. Giltner, Mechanical I 'G. M. Hendrickson, Mining P. R. Holloway, Mining W. 'B. Johnston, Mining 0 W. B. Paynter, Mining D. W. Smith, Mining 1912 D. W. Hart, Classical T. M. Marks, Mining 1913 1. P. Barrow, ,Mining R. L. Willis, Mechanical A Special C. B. Bright, Agriculture A. L. Frye, Agriculture 1. W. Garret, Mining - G. E. Hogan, Mechanical 1 rl-3 5 or K. C X9 xr" C' Mix 'S fi 51: Q If X X THE KBINTUCKIAN Sigma Chi ational Chapter Roll Alpha .... ....... M iami University Beta ..... ....... U niversity of W'ooster Gamma .... .... O hio Yifesleyan University Epsilon .... ............. C olumbia University Zeta .... .... W Vashington and Lee University Xi ........ ....... D e Paw University Omricon... .... Dickinson College Rho .... ..... A .Butler College Phi... .... Lafayette College Chi ............. ......... I-I anover College Alpha Epsilon ........ University of Nebraska Alpha Zeta .... ........... B eloit College Alpha Eta ..,............... University of Iowa Alpha Theta .... Mass. Institute of Technology Alpha Iota ........ Illinois Wesleyaii University 'Alpha Lambda ....... University of Wisconsiii Alpha Nu ...... ......University of Texas Alpha Xi ....... ..... U niversity of Kansas Alpha Omicron... ..... Tulane University Alpha Phi ...... ..... A lbion College Alpha Rho ..... ........ I Jehigh University Alpha Sigma ......... University of Minnesota Alpha Epsilon .... University of South Carolina Alpha Phi.'... ........... Cornell University Alpha Chi .... .... P enn. State College Eta Eta ....... ........ D artmouth College Theta Theta .... .... I lniversity of lvlfichigan 150 Kappa Kappa ....... Lambda La.mbda Mu Mu ............. Nu Nu .... Xi Xi ............ . . . . .University of Illinois State Univ. of Kentucky .IVest Virginia University .. ...Columbia University ...University of Missouri Omicron Omicron ....... University Rho Rho ......... Tau Tau ........ Upsilon Upsilon.. Phi Phi. . . Psi Psi ........ Omega Omega.. . Eta ............ .... Theta. . . . Lambda ..... Mu ....... Psi ..... Omega. ...... . Alpha. Alpha. .... Alpha Beta .... Alpha Gamma. . . Alpha. Psi ....... Alpha. ' Delta. Della ........ . Zeta. Zeta . . .. Zeta. Psi .... Omega. .Leland S of Chicago . . . . .University of Maine . . .YVashington University University of Xllashington . . . .University of Penn. ...wgvracuse University ...University of Arkansas University of ...Bucknell ...Indiana . . . .Denison ....I'niversity . ...Northwestern Mississippi Univez sity University University of Virginia University . . . . . . . . . . . .Hobart College Hllniversity of California . . . .Ohio State University . . . .Vanderbilt Universitv tan ford, .l r. University ........P1n'ilne Vunversity .......t'entral llniversity Hllniversity ol' Cincinnati Olly TIIE KEN'1'UCK1,1.N O OA 'cxx X I3 L 141 ll", "1 "N4"l'N big ,A tim- 'i9Il'i" M g..' ,f f- ff 2 ,' .S f X .f.af 14 gi A x dz 47 H-'xx A - -si Ks bf? A , 4 i, A A x E.,--' j ' -' - 'J .. ,VT , ,JJ - 1, ,. A 4 , , 441- , , '. A-7' V. .3 . rf'2,'1 J ' I -S39 ,2f4r"-jjqm'-f' , if'-f,L,.,,f-11115 ' K J 2 , -X f ff 1 1 , wXNa++w' mwff jx -w as A ', 1 4 . 1,3 6 n :Jn A ," "J"L VV . A ,wh --.. If: - H .2 ,wil 5, f ,, 63,49 '37, Q Q, ' .F-,T 1- 3 is '1 j QM. ft 13- .2 . 4 af if 1' 3. in .1 ff I PY ,A xg: px yrs ' a X X . Q 4, f Q if tr lx' -A ,H,-, W-QA. irwfgff Zixmfj' 363 151 ' i 1 1 iv. 7 W . ,THE :KENTUCKIAN 1 . SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON I Founded. University of YAlabama, 1856 l ' Publications, Record and Phi Alpha Flower, Xfiolet Colors, Purple and Gold 11 s A F 'il 5 l . QU Q 1 Kentucky Eps1lon Chapter l QV . Established 1900 . l li 'l :I r ' H 1 Mqrqs OHAPTERIMHH1 fl "If H13 lil i+ll -.-.-...fum wal 1, A .sin l.4 A A 1910 MMWQ RnvAmmmwwmm la. . 12 R. B. Ba.lla.r'd., Liafw W J. Ri. Clay, Law C. A. 1iU'QblQlI', Meclmfincizl il R-. A. Lowry, M 171115 ng 5Pf,lIg',. Q Qlii v J. XV. Waller, Uiril "'iI"'ii iiil 1, . l'Ml 1911 N , ll. Nj l iii iwl, .Ili VJ., l v wwW'NllW M A. G. Ball, A.g1i'ic1u.lz5wci'Z yi 4 J. R. 1VICIClOl1111Gwll, M ecI1,nf1z+iml W. T. .1olm1Slton., ll1w'I1.r112iN1Z All fllf A 1912 will S. M. Blon.a.vit.a., Law . ' .Ml 1 if R. M. Bu1'it.011, A91'i1.cuZz5f11-ml 1 All Elmer Cmiiipfbiefll, Lfmr .glpllfw R. Cililflfv, l1ll.ffc:lm.11iz'f1Y ' A li. ll. lll0l'g'1lS'Ollw, Lim' Wall 1- 1 R.. V. Ga.1i'i'Q'd, Lmm gli ' R. B. lVI'0s.s., Ilhvmzfg '. lil. P. li.+0iiic'flc,'Agl'ir'11Ii'1111'11l 'llfj 1 'li7wyu'1'l lwvs, 1.11111 W. S. 'lllIlOSillg', .lllilzilzlzf j 1913 i' 1 I lm 1 ll.. N. lllg'l0'S, Illwlifrilfiufl A 152 l e J li l is I? X IV H E El ll li Ji l l U Y '1 , ig li lg .1 i' X Li .1 A . Ti g l W 5 ll .il P ll id :K-1 i 5? ...QN L. s l l F u I Y i 5 i 'I 'l :F E 'll l l l i i l lil 5 24 X 'tr-Sx A MN 153 THE ITENTUOKIAN Sigma lpha Epsilon ational Chapter Ro University of Maine Boston University Massachusetts Institute of Technology Harvard University Xvorcester Polytechnic Institute Cornell University Columbia University St. Stephen's College Syracuse University Alleghany College Dickinson College Pennsylvania State College Bucknell University Gettysburg College Geo. 'Washington University University of Virginia Wasliington and Lee University University of North Carolina Davidson College Wooford College University of Michigan f Adrian College Mt. Union College Ohio Wesleyan College University of Cincinnati Ohio State University Case School of Applied Science Franklin conege H Purdue University University of Indiana Northwestern University University of Chicago University of IrIinnesota University if Minnesota 54 University of Vlfashington University of Georgia Mercer University Emory College Georgia School of Technology Southern University University of Alabama Alabama Polytechnic Institute University of Missouri VVashington University University of Nebraska University of Arkansas University of Iowa Iowa State College University of Colorado University of Denver Colorado School of Mines University of Oklahoma Leland Stanford, Jr. University University of Caliiorn-ia University of Mississippi Louisiana State University Tulane University University' of Texas Central University Bethel College State University of Kentucky Southwestern Presbyterian University Cumberland University Vanderbilt University University of Tennessee 'University of the South Union University Dzirtmoutli College - el, . .-. 1 , 111-1 K1-:N'1'UC14I,xN ' 1 M ,, :JA . X ' 4 WH!! 43 X If h . wg.. , 5 1.35 THE IQENTUCKIAN KAPPA SIGMA Founded, University of Virginia, 1867 Publications, Caduceus and Star and Crescent Flower, Lily of the Valley Colors, Scarlet, Emerald Green and VVhite Beta Nu Chapter Established 1901 CTHAPTER ROLL. 1910 W. F. Cllalrlr, Mcclicmiiocil F. Cr. Dugan, Civil Tom Hays, Meclicmicall I Ben Logan, Meclicmiical ' Sllie-lbry Post, Civil 1911 L. L. AdJ3lT1lSl, Civil R. F. Elnstminger, Mech-cmiic-al A. E. Wlalesloy, Civil D. H. Wilson, Meclimziffil 1912 Paul Clocke, Civil Rloy O. P01'te:1', M iiiioig B91V'G'1T'l'G4Y E. Roiu-t, M6071 aiiicntl 1913 Clll-a,ndllG1' Pa.1"ke1', S0if:1itih'c Wi I son ll.3OlftlOl', S1'i1'i11lf'if1'z' 1 50 X ' 'Q ' ' . x-A Y -Y M Y K' ' In 4.-u. IV 4 -96 IST Tun IQENTUCKIAN Kappa Sigma ational Chapter Roll Southwestern Baptist University State University of Kentucky Millsaps College Louisiana State University Centenary College Tulane University Southwestern University University University of Texas of Arkansas Wfilliam Jewell College Missouri State University Vifashingto Missouri S University n University chool of Mines of Nebraska Baker University University of Denver Ohio State University Case School of Science Purdue University Wfabash C University University Lake Fore ollege of Indiana of' Illinois st University University of Michigan University of Wisconsin University of Minnesota 'University of Iowa Leland Stanford Jr., University University of California University of Wasliingtoii Colorado School of Mines University of Oregon University of Idaho Wfashington and Leo University University of Oklahoma Syracuse University Massachusetts State College Iowa State College Vifashington State College W'ashb u rn College 1 5 V University of Maine Bowdin College New Hampshire College University of Vermont Brown University Swathmore College Pennsylvania State College University of Pennsylvania Bucknell University Vifashington and Jefferson College Lehigh University Dickinson College Columbia University University of Maryland University of Virginia Randolph Macon College Wfilliam and Mary College Hampton-Sidney College Richmond College Davidson College Cornell University Trinity College University of North Carolina. North Carolina A. and M. College XVooford College Mercer University Georgia School of' Technology University of Georgia University of Alabama Alabama Polytechnic Institute Cumberland University Vanderbilt University Dartmouth College 1'1arvurd University New 'York University University of Chicago Colorado College University ot' Tetuu-sseo Southwestern l-'reslg-yteriun 'University University ot' the South --c-ls T111-1 K1aN'rUC1:1.xN 0.-::v3.:-Q ' njx . qbii i' , its 1 Q I.- f , I - Ja., '1 cl 1 X xl- t t 1, A 101' T1-111 ICENTUOKIAN PHI DELTA Tl-IETA Founded. Miami University, 1848 Publications, The Scroll, The Palladium IJSSCFCU Flower, VVhite Carnation COIUVS, AZUVQ? and AVQGNI Kentucky Epsilon Chapter Established 1901 UHAP TER BULL. , 1910 R. G. Bmloefo, Civil Sllmollogf Sl1z1.11k'li11, Mc07L11f11f1c11Z J. B. Sllielby, N1'11l1111111-111 1 1911 . WV. Clary, M e0'h1c1111z1ic11Z J. Mlayos, Ag7'f1C'Illf'?Il'flZ B. S1l1.a11kli11, 1ll1'1'!1111111-111 J V 1912 B. C. Howiarcl, Illfimvzfg 'Num '- J. M. Lewis, 6711111 P I, 'lllmelli 111 1111! --1 . .. - x , 1913 H. E1d.W,a.1'fcls1, A1'15.s' L. Fowl, A.1f1'i1'11ll111'11! Cl. Mp. Mvllowvll, .ll1'1'l1111111'11l ,B Nl. Nl1'Nl11lI011, .llfllflllll K. U11d1e11g'Wo1o1cll, A .11 1 '11-111 l 1 1-1 '11l Goo. Sllillllillll, l'1'1'1'l XY. Womls, .lrl I '11 ' I lr L .lv W K ' ' - ag -lv 'Nia' si jf"- m I f N P' , , f". XX V , E L- x,"' fm NK. J L V CW 1" . Q X A x-Mp4 , fi H T? ., 1 kj V , I .Dj M v., X Q I , 1 K J -- 5 2 ' l . A K A A Hfifs ' 0 if ' . , f , , . f , v' , ', wx? 5 Q . ' if , I Z I f D gt 541 ' 'X 1, .G-' S314 he ,X xx E ix rl L. A as 'L ' V 0 -' 1 35. If 1131 1 l ' THE IQENTUCKIAN Phi Delta Theta ational Chapter University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University University of California of Colorado of Georgia of Chicago of Illinois of Indiana of Iowa of Kansas of Michigan of ,Minnesota of Mississippi of Missouri of Nebraska of North Carolina of Cincinnati of Toronto of Pennsylvania of South Dakota of the South of Texas of Idaho of Vermont of Virginia of Washington of Wisconsin Alabama Polytechnic Institute Georgia School of Technology Case School of Science Leland Stanford., Jr. University Mercer University Northwestern University Butler University De Paw University Purdue University Iowa Wesleyan University Central University 162 State University of Kentucky Tulane University IVashington University Cornell University Union University Columbia University Syracuse University Miami University Ohio Vlesleyan I'nixersity Ohio University Ohio State University Lehigh University McGill University Brown University Vanderbilt University South IVestern 'University lVashington and Lee University Emory College Knox College Lombard College Wfabash College Franklin College Hanover Collcgo Colby College XVillia11ns College Amhurst Collcgu NVest lylinistcr Collc-gc Drirtmouili Collugo Lzifslyetto Collcsro Pennsylvnnizi. Collegi- x'VZlHlllllg'lOll :incl .l1'l'I't'l'Sllll Uollt-gc Allvglmny College Din-liinson College llallnlulpli lx'lRll'tlll Vullvgv l't-lilisylvuliial. Sllllli Uollvgt- O F. 4 V -a THE IQENTUCK IAN ' We U ff' 'fa Q sri, ff' -' , J, V I , , "lk, ikflj' . g g fn .5 ' ' ' , 1 71 . ',. ' Q., fe' T -T,., V l,x.N,VAiav lt? A .., G.- Q. Y-Rx X- ,x -A M- A, Qxj- ' X X ,LJ -.-3.1 1 ,.A J -1.2, 4 ' .,,A 'A' 123 , 1 163 Tirjm KENfi'oUo1i1AN PI KAPPA ALPHA Founded, University of Virginia, 1868 Publications, Shield and Diamond, Dagger and Key Flower, Lily of the Valley I Colors, Garnet and Qld Gold Omega Chapter Established 1901 C'H,APT'E R ROLL. , 1910 C. F. Kelley, Law John Wilhoit, Illccizfmical 1911 W. W. H1ll.G-11111'G5F9lI', Ag11'ficiz1Ztaz1i1'f1Z H. B. Hedges, Jlwlzrfizicfzl 1912 Wm. Cfollins, Ag1'iicuZtuf1'ic1iZ J. E. Gofoadwini, M miwg 1-1. M. WVZl.lliCl1', f1!jI'1it'IlHIll'lll 1913 T. D. 061.1-11, Civil W. M. L-mio, ,Zl'lfJfi'l1iflH'il'flZ -c UL . , . v 1 A. ll . F E ,Q ,Lx v 16.5 THE :KENTUCKIAN Pi Kappa lpha ational Chapter Roll Alpha .... .... U niversity of Virginia Beta ..... ...,........ D avidson College Gamma .... ...William and Mary College Delta ..... . ....... Southern University Zeta .... .... U niversity of Tennessee Eta ...................... g...T'ulane University Theta...Southwestern Presbyterian University Iota .................. Hampton-Sidney College Kappa .... .... T rans-ylvania University Mu ....... ..... P resbyterian College Omicron ..................... Richmond College Pi ....... .... W ashington and Lee University Rho... .......... Cumberland University Tau ..... .... U niversity of North Carolina Upsilon ......... Alabama Polytechnic Institute ilt lil Phi... ............. Roanoke College Psi. .. ...Georgia Agricultural School Chi ..... ........ l 'niversity of the South Omega ........... State University of Kentucky Alpha Alpha .................... Trinity College Alpha Gamma ..... Louisiana State University Alpha. Delta .... Georgia. School of Technology Alpha Epsilon. .N. Carolina. A. and M. College Alpha Zeta ............ University of Arkansas Alpha Eta .... ....... l 'nivorsity of Florida Alpha Theta... .... XVost Yiginia. University Alpha Iota... ............ Millsaps College Alpha. Kappa ........ Missouri School of Mines Alpha Lambda .... ....... 4 Ieorgotown College Alpha. Mu ...... .... l lnivcrsity of Georgia Tun KEN'1'UcK1,xN :SRX M l l ,,,4.,3,"g.x?f"S.,-ffff' I Q r. '-1 , ' ,- 7 nfyiggfi J-frfffi ls:l:l1:255j.f.11-1" . A .,1f1f'-'L''.4.ef5S..4?fU:-"" 4:a,"e.'xf: xg-r. 6 'f'F-1- . I -f?'53'..f::5n' 'U' " ti'1'.'9'f':1-,-1,2297 '-l.,ip:gQ:'ff .-A iik- ' ' bv. N '-0:5 r 'r . "-" ,509-74 Q 1 'ff --M ,. R:-jf If S ','.'.'.' . '.'. .'.'.' A.'. ' . ' '.'.' j Q, . .'.'.'.'.'.'.',','.'. ,'.'.'.', .'.'.' """""""""""""' ' ' Q' " ' " :gtg ..'- 1 .l:..jVif.l:.1j.:fQ.-3 X H --'-""""""""',, ,,,,fjfjfjljif'-f'ff-f'f'fj.iflffzfffzf T 'V W ifffif .',' ' '..ffffff:if kv if A lii-Zfl H 'ffff K 4 ,4. 'M N x VM ?12 i . A , i . li ii' WAPA? .gg fgfglgfgi.-:7:Tg515gi15:3' "" oxwfw , 1 ' , Av 1 40A Q in bb' X 167 THE IQENTUCKIAN Founded, Virginia Vlilitary Institute. 1869 Publication, Delta Flower, White Rose Colors, Black, Wliite and Gold amma Iota Chapter ' Established 1902 CHAP TER ROLL. 1910 R. Ri. Atkiflsi, Miami-g I T. G. Cla.111'Ao'll, Law C. Gu. T'Z1ylO1', Lzmf E. R. Wilson, Law 1911 G. K. Bain, Zllimng ' T. B. Sauudieifs, Eilifjlillrffllifiiffl l ! Tlloo. Slade, Alf'f'1111111ml 1913 J. A. lV1l1D:O'1'iGw, Law Cl. H. Nli0l'l'lH0'll, QI'If'fly1f'l Iguzl' Spouhd lol. li. 'll:wiS, Hprfffiul ,4lf11'if'11ll111'11I 163 1 C ,........-.........' -- .,. A ,4q,...anu- ,,,,,s,,Y , -. .,,-.,M,. v CN X istxx l f Af-.Q 7 'QQ I, K' v'd l 9 X Jn J Ce ee Z 16 9 P -t 1 Q 1 1 111111 '1i'1t .QSAM 11,i13 1':111 1 ,114'11 ,. 1 11 111-11 ',l'1'11 1:11 1121 11 1 ,, 1 1 1 ,1,, 11,1 'X '11 1,111 111-.11 11i1 117111 1 .,,11, 'l11,"1 111, ,L "'1 '111ffE11 11 1 1.111 . ,, 11 1'11 l11'1' I 11131111 3115111 1 11 M1111 , 4411 1111: 1 1111? f,1 1-'51111 11s, 1' 1111'1:1 ,1' f1.i11 1 111 1111 11 1' .f:111v1 y 1i1.11111L1,1 1'1 '1 ' 1!f'111'1Q11 1 ' I.,, X X1 1121? 11 1111 111 1 "11ff1'1 11 111111a11:l'1'11 111. 11: H11 ,iw 11111111 C951 1 1,211 11" 111:11 11 1 1 1 5111 it 1111 11111 ',1'!i 11 ,X1 VX 1 I, '1 ,1 ,g,1i1,' 11 , 1111111111 ,1 11:f!1.,1',l 1 , 1 11 ,1 1 ., 1,141 y 1, , 1. 1,1 1 . ,,1i1,1EI ,,, 1 I I 1, 1 1 . '11 1 , 11 -1 1,1 11 1111 , 1, 1111111 1.1 l,. j1'11 ' ' 1 111.! 1, , J. 111 1 J .1 1.' 11111 1 . 111111 1 W VM! :I ., 1 1151 1 fi 1'!1'1 - - 1 11,11 111 ,,51!1 I 11 1151112 M111 5111? 1 t,i'1 11 3 1 f 1' 1' , 1 1 11 1 ,' 1 Ui' 1' 11 11 I1 ,1 , 1'1'1 , 1k 1 11 1 , 11-1 1 N , V I , 1 , 1 1 . 1 1 1, 5, ,1f , 1 A , ' ,111 1 1 THE IIENTUCKIAN Sigma Nu ational Chapter Roll Beta ....... .... L lniversity of Virginia Beta Beta .......,.......... De Paw University Beta Chi. ..... Leland Stanford, Jr. University Beta Eta .... ........... U niversity of Indiana Beta Iota .... Beta Mu .... Beta Nu .... Beta Phi .... Beta Psi .... .........Mt. Union College ....State University of Iowa ....Ohio State University . . . . . . . . .Tulane University .. . . .University of California Beta Rho ..... .... I Tniversity' of Pennsylvania Beta Sigma .... . . . . . .University of Vermont Beta Tau ..... ..... N orth Carolina A. and M. Beta Theta ...,. Alabama Polytechnic Institute Beta Upsilon ........ Rose Polytechnic Institute Beta Xi . . . . . . . .vfilliam Jewell College Beta Zeta ................ -..Purdue University Delta Alpha .... Case School of Applied Science Delta Beta ............,.... Dartmouth College Delta Gamma .... Delta Theta. . . Epsilon ...... Eta .... Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma . . .Columbia University . . .Lombard University ... .Bethany College ....................MGFCG1' University Alpha.. .Georgia School of Technology Beta ......... Northwestern University Chi ......... 'University of Vlfashington Delta.Stevens Institute of Technology Epsilon ............. Lafayette College Eta .... .... S tate School of Mines Gamma... ......... Albion College M170 Gamma, Ga m m a Ga mma. Gamma Gamma Gamma Gam ma Ga in in a, Gamma Gam ma Ga mm a Gam ma. Gam ma Gamma Gamma Iota.. . . . Kappa. La inhcla ....... M u ..... Nu .... Pi Phi... ,Psi .... H ho .... Iota ..... State I'niversity of Kentucky Kappa . . Lambda . . . . . . .University of Colorado .....I'niversity of Wfisconsin Mu ....,. ..... L Tniversity of Illinois Nu ...... . .... University of Michigan Om i cron ...... Xtfashin gton University Phi ..... Psi. .. . ...Vniversity of Montana . . . .Syracuse I'niversity Rho .... .... I 'niversity of Chicago Sigma. .. .. . .Iowa State l'niversitjv Tau .... 'l'hvl:'i. .. ...Vniversity of Minnesota ......Cornell Vniversity Zeta ..... ..... l 'niversity of Oregon Vpsilon. Xi ..... '. ... . . .l'niversity of Arkansas ....State School of Mines ..... . . . . . . . .Howard College .. . .North Georgia, Agricultural School XVLlS1llllgilUll aml Loo Vniversity' . ............ l'nir11rsity of Georgia ...Kansas State lvniversity . . . . . . . . . . . .l.11I1igh lfniversity ....lATlllSlZlllIl Stale Vniversity ...l'11ivv1'sily ol' North Carolina Sigma .... 'l'h1-la .... Upsilon. Xi ...... Missouri State Vniversiil' ....X':11nlv1'l1ilt l'niversily ....l'11ix'11rsily ol' .-Xlahaina ...llniversity ol' 'l'vX'1S .. . . . .lG1nory Collvgv I - ,fm al Tum KIQNTUCKIAX 7 1, 5 , il ' v-?r U 5 Q . i .3 , - 1.3, 'Ml -114 -- ' .1 X, - ls.. A-x-, f --"5"'i-1-P -V . ' "T- H- ,:- .:'- - w -.. .gil J .- D . , 171 I i THE KENTUCKIAN l ALPHA TAU OMEGA Founded. Virginia Military Institute Publication. The Alpha Tau Omega Palm Flowers Whi1eTea Rose Colors, Sky Blue and Old Gola .L..L-.--- Kentucky Mu Iota Chapter V Established 1909 CHAPTER RO LL. ' 1910 G1efo1r'g1e Beekelq, A.g1'i0uZt1w'aZ P. B. Bl.a.kem0'1'le., lllfm-mg A. E. Ewvan-, A.Q7'iC"IlZf'll'I'IlZ W. C. Fox, Civil ' B. H. Clollings-, C'fivfiZ 1911 J. M. F'0lSte11', lwWCCIZlClfIZ-'l-Clll Geiorgfe Dunlap, Civil NV. A. Wallace, Uiril 1912 M. Hlajflely, Civil R. L. Qloinesi, Zllfecflmnficfzl R. L. Svlllniml, Cliril ilwilgu Fzlig, fYil'1'I 1913 W. lil. Llilnlamsoii, Ilmil QI. Du. lf. UO1Sl'-lllllZ0ll', ,bI,r11'i1'11Il11mI if PA W ' 'x s H. fn if X x.k.a Q .. . , Q 9 few' vi X xx 'Y' if fd QQ. ! ITS ff i i ,i ly ,i -i 'L .1 .., I. QW iiili mu SJW Liga! iliil f' i E Elixir tri! .2 Witt eil fx Wiifi, init wil, taxi! iw Mimi. iw- ii?E"s gmfi. s :xi i':lQ4i lmifi Y f-:ii 'fiiifi fltiii .,., 'itil .Lili ww! tiff:-4 r1m'i1 mi n JSI if Mill i'i i -HN .'i'II iii iii 'Eli' i ini! 'iifjxi' guilty. .llfistii '?Q.3ilE.:i Li iw I ig .L .ix .1 i V . if ..,i, 1 it 1' ii 211, .1 fi: l 5 it 'V " it iv' fi" 'A P ,I f WMS 'iii ' iiiii W W i tif 'iii If 'i:Q. wiiiiyii 9 my i- .:: .1931 ml 5 iii gli: J ,iii- lgzgilpi limi "" 'W' lil. iii i i ,',- 'Ti iii 'fgfi N P ii Ig 1 'i W its' I i i M I li. Li' :ei ' ii. E il .2 is W . gi . I ll' i it P Mi i rf ' 'Hi L i, Tsai! i- i wf- 1 1 ,X 'ii L iff V 42 7 U iii iff i ig I 3 it 2 l V . 5 r ii. il i i 3 l H 6 "N Q F . Q. f, 4 T 6 . I X in, l ' il J THE KENTUGKIAN lpha Tau Omega National Chapter Roll Beta .... .... W ashington and Lee University Delta ..... ............ H .University of Virginia Xi ..... ............ T 'rinity College Pi ..... ...... L Tniversity of Tennes-see Tau ........ .... U niversity of Pennsylvania Omega ...... Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha .. . . . .University of the South Beta .............. University of Georgia Delta ...... University of North Carolina Epsilon..Alabama Polytechnic Institute Zeta .................. Mercer University Theta. . . ....... Eimory College Iota ....... ...Muhlenberg College Lambda ..... .... C olumbia University Mu..... .... ........ A drian College Nu ....... .......... M t. Union College Omicroni' ...... St. Lawrence University Pi .... Washington and Jefferson College Rho .......... ' ........ Lehigh University Tau.. .Southwestern Presbyterian Univ. Upsilon. . .Pennsylvania State College Alpha Psi ...... .......... W ittenberg College Alpha Omega .... .... U niversity of Florida Beta Alpha. . .i. . ........ Simpson College Beta Beta ................. Southern University Beta Gamma...Mass. Institute of Technology Beta Delta ........ A ..... University of Alabama Beta Epsilon ..... .......... T ulane University Beta Zeta ...... ...... U niversity of Vermont Beta Eta .,.. . . . .Ohio Wesleyan University Beta Theta ................. Cornell University Beta Iota ...... Georgia School of Technology 174 Beta Kappa .... Beta Lambda. . . Beta Mu ........ Beta Xi ......,.. Beta Omicron. . Beta Pi ....... Beta Tau .... Beta Upsilon. . . Beta Omega .... Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gamma Gammia Gamma Gamma Gamma Alpha. Beta ..... Gamma. . . Delta ..... Zeta ..... Eta... . Theta. . Iota ...... Kappa. . . Lambda Mu ..... N'u... Xi ...... . . . . . . . . .Hillsdale College . . . .University of Michigan . . . . . .Woositer University . . . .Charleston College . . . . . . . . . .Albion College . . . .Vanderbilt University . . . ...Union University . . . .University of Maine . . .... Ohio State University . . . . . . . . . .Colby University ...............Tufts College Ro-se Polytechnic Institute ..... . . .Brown Univei sity ...University of Illinois . . 1 . . .University of Texas . . .University of Nebraska .. . .University of California, .Vifestern Reserve University ... . . . .University of Colorado . . . . . . . . .University of Kansas . . . . .University of Minnesota .... University of Chicago Omicron .... . . . . .Purdue University Phi ..... Pi .... Rho .... A . . . . ..... 'University of Oregon . . . .University of IVashington .... University of Missouri Sigma . VVO rc ester Polytechnic Institute Tau. . . . . . . . . .University of IVisconsin Upsilon ......... Iowa State University Mu Iota ......... State University of Kentucky -3 fo . ' ' I lu laliuxwucu 1 , - 1 -... lu: W 1 1 .1 11 1 .1. .,, 1 1 ii 11 .1 11 1 1 1 1 ,1 .1 '1 .1' 5 1 , . I 1 1 1211! 1111 A f lfi '1f 1 ix .1,. 11 1 . 1 21 1 ri S 14 L THE KEN'rUC141AN E112 Mnnurarg Eliratvrniig nf Gian QHYPTEI 151 1 Founded, Lehigh University, 1885 11 Publication, The Bent Q' 1 Colors, White and Brown '11 1 - 11 1 Alpha nf ilivnturkg '1 1 Established 1602 11 1 IN FAQLULMT. 1' F. P. And1e11"s1o1n E. L. Rees 1 A, M, XWi1'S1OIL L. K. Frzulkel 11' L. E. N10-Ilan W. E. Rowe 1 G. J. Norwood 111: A 1 y C1HAPTER ROLL. f A. L. W1111101t.e., 'os '11 111 J. T. N-eig11b10f1"s1, '09 11111 11 T. J. Orr, '00 ii A P. B. Blzlkvlliorv, '10 lj. LIC. Iirown, '10 11.1 1 J. J. C1u.1'tiS., '10 413 ' 1 J. Gr. Esbeis, '10 'WU 1 VV. G. Fox, '10 I J. S. 11:11-viii, '10 i1 I .l.ll'.II:1lI.'10 1 . Clhlas. M10-Ga11'11'1o111, '10 1 J. B. S1119-iby, '10 ' L. L. IXCTZINIS, '11 f Jus. 'I-111511, '11 '11 i 'MQ A. 111l'Yi'1Illit1. '11 +I B. H. Goihnngis, '11 . 1 H. 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Alpha of Colorada .... lf Beta of Colorado..- ui' 'Ti t Beta of Illinois.. ... ly l Beta of New York.. .. ,Il ll Gamma of Michigan.. -.l 1, gli Alpha of California... 5 lx' Alpha of Iowa .... .. fl' Beta of 'Missouri .... 523 Q l lf fill' fl! 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W I '1 1 11 1 Tun KnNr1'UoK1AN ALPHA GAMMA DELTA ' Publication, Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly Colors, Red, Buff and Green Flowersg Red and,Buff Rose Epsilon Chapter Established May 4, 908 CHAPTER ROLL ? MARIETTA CASSADY KATHLEEN HANCOCK I CLEO GHILLIS ANNA HAVVKINS I INIS GILLIS I LILY PARK ' ALMA FAULKNER 1 I 1 I my 1 NATIONAL CHAPTER ROLL 'I SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF OHIO UNIVERSITY OF VVISOONSIN DE PAUXV UNIVERSITY VVESLEYAN UNIVERSITY VVOMAN'S COLLEGE OF BALTIMORE UNIIVERSIITY OF MINNESOTA UNIVERSITY OF XVASIPIINGTON UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY I I ISO .-- , -m N -ow p-A J ,JJ rl' fu Z ff x . P4 nz...-. .Q ff' , ,..1.LFfilf SA THE IQENTUCKIAN ALPHA XI DELTA Founded, Lombard College, 1893 Publication, The Alpha Xi Delta Colors, Double Blue and Gold , Flower, Pink Rose X1 Chapter Established September 11, 1907 CHAPTER ROLL p ANNA WALLIS ANNIE LOUISE DEAN Q LIDA JONEIS I ADDIE LEE D-ETAN LILLIAN TERRY FERGUSON ANNE SIMRALL Zi NELL WALLIS LILLIAN DE JARNETT NATIONAL C HAPTER Alpha. . . .......... Lombard College Beta ..... .... I owa Wesleyan University Gamma .... ......... M it. Union College Delta .... .............. B ethany College Elpsilon ........ University of South Dokota Zeta..... ......... iwiitteniburg College Eta .... ..... S yracuse Universitjq Theta... ..... University of Wisconsin Iota .... .... U niversity of West Virginia Kappa. .... . . . . . . . .University of illinois 182 ROLL ... .Tufts College Lanifbda .... ........ Mu ..... .. ...University of Minnesota Nu .... .... U niversity of VVasliinigton Xi ...... ...University of Kentucky Oniicron ....... University of California Alliance Alumnae .......... Alliance. O. Mt. Pleasant Alumnae.M-t. Pleasant, ln. Boston A.llll1l1'lE. . . . ..... Boston. Mia ss. S'Yl'El.CllSG Al'uninn.e. .,.. Syrzicuse, N. Y. Seattle Alumnae. . . . . .S0n.itle, NVaSili. --A -- -'?'5?1!"' . x X 1 Y Z JA L g : 4" . J I! . I 0 ,H-"""' L ""Z. '--., K - 'rd ff' "' A'--SR y f l I 1 X X X ,S A IJ X ' ? 'IJZI ,f ,A X xffmjz.-'-' ' ,f. iff-f Qi-3. 78,2 "li'f4'b - w. 'p E' 19 ' ES-.fn 2 s?Yf'iff :+ ' A X X ,RYA , X Q ' A 'fi , X' , W fa, 1 X v?,a.f gl ' wg I - '- .U . g . fFl"4?1rii A " 1 2 ' , N if 5+ H f is "' J K.Aiw.fl,.il.qX1: C'1w.,A'u .fj'fsFjf'f ,L ,Law '5'fT5 , .A y.-4 as 'ff ,D ' A I 0 .LL 0 N" gr' Q4 ,fig xc! VX kirr , ' ' V ,h:'I X . X , lf? , ,il X qlv Ax SB, N .X xg. X .111-L.. 1 1 153 T 'Slim-J?-r .- 'i 1 , ll! m Q l 1 f l ' 1 ,Q , f l t ' l ti E ilvl ,J A 1 11- t l 41- it ,V NVNA 1145 l 'ls , ig 'Nl Q i if! ri i all 1 ii ii V , , i , 4 V THE IYENTUCKIAN KAPPA KAPPA Q GAMMA Publication, The Key Colors, Light and Dark Blue A Flower, Fleur-de-US Beta Chi Chapter Established February, 1910 CHAPTER ROLL SARAH ROASSETTER MARSHALL, '10 SALLIE MCCHESNEY BENNETT, '12 MATTIE VIRGINIA CARY, '11 DOLLY TAYLOR BATTAILNE ALICE CARY YVILLIAMS MIRIAM COULTER TAYLOR, '13 MARY BARRETT SMITH MARY ELIZABETH TAYLOR POST-GRADUATES SARA CARTER MARY RODES AUBYN CHINN SARAH CHORN MARY E. SYVEE A KATHERINE TEJMPLEO HOPSON LUCY HUTCHCRAFT ANNA GIST ROGERS HELEN DAUGHERTY +NEY ISABELLA YV. MARSHALL NATIONAL CHAPTER ROLL Phi ..... Q ...... .... B iostoin University Beta Epsilon .... ..... B arnard College Beta Sigma .... ...... A delphi College Psi .......... .... C ornell Un-iversitv Beta TaL1..'.-'.m...".' ...... Syracuse University Beta Alpha.. Unix ersi-ty of Pennsylvania Beta Iota .............. .Swarthmore College Ganmmia Rho ............ Allegheney College Beta Uipsilon ..VVest Virginia University Lambda .... .......... 1 Buclitel College Beta Gamma . ..... Wooster University Beta Nu ...... .... O hio State University Beta Delta .... ...University ol? Michigan Xi .......... ......... A .drian College Kamia. . . .......... Ilillsrlale College Delta .... .... I ndian Slxalxo University Iota .... .... I Jo l'anw llnivorsity i l 'l 8-1- Bu-tler College Eta ........... University of Bet-a Lambda ..... University . .Northwestern Mu ......... Upsiilon. . . Epsilon. . . Chi ....... B-eta Zeta. . .. . . . . . .Illinois . . .University of .....lowa Theta ........ Missouri .Sigma . .... . Nebraska Omega ........ Kansas Beta Nl u ..... Colorado B eta X1 .... . . . .Texas State State State State State Shate Beta. Oniicron ....... Tulane P1 ............. University ol ' - Wisconsin of Illinois University Wesleyan Minnesota University University University University University University University California , Jr. Univ. Bela, lilita .... Leland Sllilllltllll Beta l'i ...... llniivcrsily ol' Washington Bula Chi. .. ...llnivvrsily ol' lft'llt1lf'kY M M I if? f .Q Ya: 'Q 'Zi 'IQVQ D! Ulf- ffl' KV-' MH. ,Nr H , ,, psf X. , L,,.-f .--Q I -W,-g-:gQ,f 5, My QQ-IX k.j.su,.j, V . fi 4' ' X .f xb .. ,- . ,.-fff'9?37 Aff! -,..' f if-TQ Mkul-',JJ' -J xe..,,4- Livuvv - lk-3 ML-- Qv' "" K ,f ! 1 -r 'gy , w - , INS TI-IE KENTUCKIAN EPSILO OMEG DELTA Founded, Kenlucky S1316 University, 1903 Flofwer, Pansy Coloods, Black and G0-Id OHAPTIER ROLL 1910 RUBYE R. FLEMING ELIZABETH HAYDEN ESTHER VAUGHN 1911 ELOISE GINN MARIAN JOHNSON 1913 ELIZABETH FRIED HELEN FULENLOVE LIDA SCOTT MQCARTI' IISIS ............... 'r'?..1?' f .. ' , 'V'-sl ,uliiunlv - ....,,..-- "ff . f . - u, rf., ,, , .. ...... ,,, - mv-11 '1 n. ev... M, H ! 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I , ,I I I 1 I I I I I, I 59 gk I IUJQIE IIIJI II, I Ii Ii, If- If , MINI in 1, :Il I- r I I I I I I I s I I In II, I -I 1 If if , I I . I 1. V 1, I I. I I, i, I If 1 I, ,IH I 1 :Ii ,gr ,, ,U I I I I ,-, ,gf fr, I , 1,5 v,, I1 I ,I nf,- I I I I, V I. I I, III, all l, I ix , .II I ,II 'tl I I T11 E 'K1sN'I'L1cK1AN President Patterson ADAPTED H is was that golden opulehee 0 f phv'a.se- That Sfampmtoas and iahpastsvlofhecl CZI'IC'?I'IO7Z- splehclicl U pon whose jiewty pauses h-fahg suspended Assemhletl mfaltitacles ih mute amaze. l That great? heaaazi still fm' F7"'66'CZ'O'l1Z was ablaze The battery of his 6l0QfLI16'7Z'CG cltetfehclefl Mah and his Mghts. IIIII ...W-.7-A - - -' . - A ...... Q. , :rf 1: -?Q1fQD+.NNfV,5 .",f37Sq'! 9"-f"f'5n"" fx --I 2 ' J - f ' " "V 543 f-150 , X' 3- - ff L0 I N WQNQW 1' ' Qfg?,1w'g,'f Wx' ff 4 Yiijif' QQHEWWLG W L N BM 1 V ,r1,,!f . N i n WM N 3 i M MI M' , ff! W V-I p, vx V, i . I. f V , u ! . 3 ' ' 1 I -L' I .J 4 x ' -1: 3 7 ' lppaais. ,I . ...fn , 4, 1 A M ' H, Tix - k , H-i x., 4' ' ' . I hfarls zg V H Mfr x 5H:l' f?7:Q'4 if .' ',iwif.'-21 'N F . 173 f'Qg1i'f 5 'Hs 1 , f W fsb'v,s,1ni'vs i1i?r:.lI4'ul 37 W lwi m ljf e,-ff 3 1 4 F115 ff El M" ' - X? ff f I " I ,pf ,.' f , I , ,f '- A ,it ' new k 'S N if A :l mul i , 1, I ,y Q, I' x Q l , r ,- x 5 x fi 191 Tun IKENTUCKIAN P TTERSON LITERARY SOCIETY Founded in 1877, and named at the suggestion of Former Governor J. Proctor Knott Colors Purple and Old Gold MONO, Post Proelia Praemia OFFICERS. ALPI-IA-HUBBARD, '10, President H. A. BABB, '11, Vice-President M. F. JONES, '10, Secretary ' N. G. ROCHESTER, '12, Treasurer HONORARY IVIEIVIBERS. JAS. K. PATTERSON, President PROF. J. M. DAVIS ' PROF. A. S. BIACKENZIE A. lNI. VVILSON A. C. ZEMBROD R. C. NIELCHER C. E. SCHOENE ' VV. S. IIAMILTON R. C. TERRELL, J. E. TUTHILL ROLL. Babb, H. A. Jones, 'M. F. Baker, A. F. Jeffries, B. Baker, H. G. Logan, B. Blevins Lurty, W1 A. Barrows, VV. D. Mays, J. R. Bridges, L. C. , Moore, V. Y. E Byars, VV. M. Prewitt, WV. WY Boyd, J. A. A Riefkin, J. B. Burton, M. F. Roth Caywood, F. F. Reiler, XV. A. Cassidy, P. R. Rogers, J. Cary, J. YV. Ryan, C. O. Cram, R. A. Ronto, G. C. ' Crosthwaite, J. S. Rochester, N. G. Dunlap, G. G. Salyers S. XV. Duncan, VV. C. Smith, H. XV. Downing, V. L. Stephenson, C. Ellis, C. B. Tiohenor, XV. R. Evans, P. Tzlrter , , Fears, J. C. Townsend. W. H. 1 Fitzpatrick, J. J. Wallace, L Den. Gill, J. C. XN7illlklCC, NV. A. Golden, J. S. NVebb, E. H. Gomer, J T- NVHOUX, J. 'l'l'. I-I-user, C- E- NVilson, M. li. Hubbard, A- lVilsOn, H. Hudson, H. Nvilson, XV. lx, Iflalbert, NVils0n, C. li. Ireland, T. I-I. XVilson, J. E, Irvin, O. W. VXVOOGSOII, lx. M. 102 I 'X IIIIIXIN NHQHIN Tum KENTUCKIAN Patterson Debating Team This club We-11 the I11tetr'-Socsieltty fDe'bate, over their opvpo11ent,s of the Union Stoctigetty. The plutrptoset af tthtefs-e debates is to give the men ITTOIJGI' JEI"3j11i1lg' for t-hge Illtel'-Ctollegiatte Debating Tfeam, and of 00111-sv to decide the '4VaI's-ity" c:hta1n.pfitof11s. The debtate 11-Qld this year was the iirstt of the ki-nd in the h.isAt.01g"y of the i1lS't-itllt-iO11'. I TEAM. MORGAN fli'. QIONMS N. GRA'Y ,HC It fl I lGtS'i'tl4ll2. ' WItlJlJIA M ali. WILSON ltbala T111-, Ii14.x'1'1':'1x1.xx a EVILLE Kal rs. Lrwurm CHM! CNHI 1 I-I-my LITERARY SGCIETY I' IWW: r Nu11'M ' gr Bfvttn. Taut bien au rxcn NX! XII II Xl,XllSIiNI.I.k ' " '-LIVE "RRY '.',Ii,I,Ij-RIS K' , l.Il'X .IHXVS S- ' i'I."E1!Ifiw:" "5""w'CI'!Qi1. 'V 1, ulll ll'-urf-II - ii - F-M111-li' v wfiw XI .I ' ' ' - .T -- w IMP- Eh I,-.gt I - 1112 'i V' S: 31,11 Xlxlllu s'.nry + , 4' luis Iixlih HAH- NH ' 3 VI f 'MHA 1,-, 144g I-I2-1: 1.1" lily N .yi ""x?' HV' '..1l'. , M.e1'jv Sp- I' M ..T..e!1. I.. . Mg' 'fn' 'L' X--Il XXI. .K 1 1.-VX-31324 19.1 T111-2 IqI'lN'I'IICflil.XN UNIO LITERARY SOCIETY Colors, Pink and W7hite Nlorro. ,Iumais arrlcre OFFICERS First Term Second Term .I. XVI. ROBERTSON, Presidolll Il. .X. ICIIIY.-XIIIHS. I'n'.-sid.-III J. G. ESTES, Vice-P1'eSicIcl1t Il. STIZUXII. Viv-'-I'1'vsi-ll-111 L. N. VVELLEIR. 1ft'CO1'C-Illlg Sl,'CI'OI21l'X II. KI-II.I.I-IY. ILA.-.lx-.lillg Sll.-1-I-Iilyy I-'. T. MILES, T1'e21su1'e1' l'. S. I'1rXX'I-II.l. 'I'n'.lsl1l.': MEMBERS IN FACULTY R. M. .LXIIQH 4g..,,A l:,,l,,.l-is T- T. JOHGS xv. 'IH l.:II'l-v1'i5' MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Allison, .L M. ,f..u,,,,. yy, If Aulick, O. S. lg.,-I,1,g,g,. Bosley, C. L. KVM...-t ll- Bowden, Ii. I.. I-,P gnu, XA 1-I 132'IIl'lI, IP. IC. I.1-wls, .l. Il B VI:I2lIll'III'I, I.. I'. Mml,I,,X- HA lb umer, J. F. Mmmnxi H. xi Butler, T. F. . , Alnllm. H. Cothron, NY. fl. xm I., ,V Cllzxmlrorrl, .I ' " ' ., . , AInI'nlllIl1'II .l. II. QUIIIIIN. II. II. , AI-'ln'Il1IIII,t: II. fIl'X'I'I1l'IlI, M. .I.. will I V H. . U I, n. . Elliott, A. C. Y AIN H Earle, T. IC. ' ' 'mil' ' 'MI Eclwzlrclpx, Il. A. 'UWT' II' , 1 fI'lsI1-S, .r. cz, """fW 5' . u lcummlf, W. """" "' 5 'I'.Il1lI--V, .ll If I"lIII1'l', Il. I". , Garmrmy F- liznuzlll, N. Grimes, .I. 'I'. Ii"I""I'-"IL I W C11-mm, ,L ,Xl SIIIIIIL4. I-' 'I' Ilvwlill, U, Smith, I. If I'I:nsm-II, .X. It. Suv'-mg. 12 ll.-H4ll,.y, If' 84111:-Il-lxr. S .lflm-I-loom, M. M. S"'l""'A""- W W Ilowzlrfl, Ill. IXI. 'I'.,.l,,-V ,, ll 'III-rlrla-ll, 'I'. l', 'I-mvllvi H I!f:uvl'i11, Il. ull, ,. I' M -IH'-1:1-I, W. II. xxll-...L xx' I' .IIlI'IiN4lII, H, XXI Xknx. .I Ii ISIIL .J w 4. f.. -.-. ! w T1'I1C KENTUCKMN hilnnnphian QUIIPTQ SOFFTCERS KATHERINE SCIIOENEI, Pwefsiclent ALIINEI C'RUICfKSHANK, Vic:e-Presidellt IRENE HUGHES, TI'GfI'SQlII'Cl' CUBA UREEKMORE, Svfrvfzr ry 1 ,412 MISS MARCUM ' MISS BUUHIGNANI ROLL' MISS MQICILUR-E MISS HANCFO CYK il! M'ISS GER-AGG MISS H E RN JS THE Y. VV. C. 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III I 'II I . I I I I I I' I, II OFFICERS. I I , I, E. flv. MILES, l?1:GSIL'IG11'E l 32 I -' J. O. LIEXVIS, Vloe-P1'es1dn-nt ,II H o. BAIRD, sem-Gun-y . t , fx ' O. S. AULICK, COITGSDOHKIIIIQ 5CC'l'Qt2ll'X IH , .T. F. BRUNER, iIT1'GiISU1'G1' I MEMBERS. V Auliek, O. S. Mc'Clu1'f.-, E. X I . Atwill, A. L, Mc-Connell. J. H. M. If , Archer, G. B. Mc-lumald, XX'. K. I I Babbage, U. G. Blwywfx-s, I . ,I lj Baird, o. E. Babb' H' A' . MCIntyl'c', T. , I Bruner, J. I-'. NNW Ii, ,l, IX- Bowden, R. I ' 'Hamm R X, If Brown, XV. R. 'glhllhinl' I, I 'fI ' CI1amIJe1':1,J'. ' ' " " 3 X Cumpton, R. R. I , CHU' Wm- I" 11C'CllII'l', 12. Couch' F' A' A'lvI'l'l'II :nl S IZ. Cleveland O I Mig' H- A' I. I - 1- . Duncan, V. Y. Hamm' I" III' Duncan, VV. C. Y IIIIW I Decker, E. H. lm-wil.: XXI XX' X' Edwards, R. A. I'l't'NlUll, cl. IIA. II ,IA I Evans, XV. C. Imxwfll, il. S. X, Eneridge, J. J. l'1IXX'lIf, It. l.. III ,Ib , Earle, T. ,Il' I Ewan, H. E. PM ..". In Y III If , Foster, R. R. I -" ', ' X III' Fitzpatric-Ii, .I'. .II 'Mull' K" I ' , Fuller, G. T. """'- dl 'V , Forsyth, F. J. lmlh' M' 351' , Floyd, O. F. f GULCCI -T' A' II:1n1xvX', l'. I.. I I , I I, ' Howard, G. M. -' , I-Iaswell U. D. ' 'liI0rIrIvn, 'l'. C. on - 'J . . '1 I-Iendley, I-I. J. ,gd ,jd Hum, L. "W I'I'ow:11'mI, III. M. i IIO - h:ll1IvII, XX. .X. XX'--, I. .X. 91-'mlm' X U 1 1 , . Slknulwly, .X. U. Smith, tl. IX I Halbert, XV' C. Sl:llllI.lI1I. XX'. I ir-Ioag-kin, Wm. o. 'III' I-- "T- I Hemmr, C. S"'X'f"'I'- II- 'V I . JzlL.'g'vI, X'XI'. II. T:'I'I"A' U' H I I -Il'NII"l'- Z' 'I':ll'pI1-X', .lf I' I I Jackson' S' W- XX'a1S..1., XXL u:. .Ieffl-ion, G. '14, W,,W,' W ,, ICIIIIZIDIIII, .I'. W,lS,,,L' ll. , K""I'I" H' I Xxwnlgl.-.-, 1.. ln-1.--1 , Kol'I'I1:1gw-, II. ll Lurtey, 'VV1'Y1. If. XvlII'IIIIlII1lHII, I I" , Lu. 1VI:1slr-l', I'. XX IX. -I. IIA. Im:-1':1l1, IZ. II. XXWHHI--Y. XX- I:- :..-wis, .r. U, XX'iIf"'- V- ' Nilligwllr, l', Iz, QIIII , jf 1 V I , wr S s X, t ik I ii 9 L I1 4 f lIll1 'N NI 4 X Q 1 " W A! lb wi ' ,wwf U , s -'ir'-A'--l H - -g ' "g' ' ' " " "' " W' 'Z ' J' '-TG' :J W' J,"-,4,,,'W f ff -- -- ,Y,,,,,,.,,Y ,,,,, TlHl1qENTUCKIAN AGRICULT RE SOCIETY OFFICERS. FIRST TERM. SECOND TERM. XV. B. XVILSON, President h A. E. EYVAN, President GEO. R. EASTXVOOD, Vice-President XV. XV. HILLENMEYER, Vice-President A. E. EVVAN, SecPGtary and Treasurer K. UNDERYVOOD, Secretary and T1'E3?lSUI"?1 WV. YV. HILLENMEYER, Cor. Se-o1'eta1'y YV. B. YVILSON, Cowespouding Sec-1'eta1'y EVM. COLLINS, Sa1"g't-at-Arms J. DU P. OOSTHIZEN, Sa1'g't-at-Aims MEMBERS. ALLEN, PAUL HANCOCK, E. B. BALL, A.. C. HARNED, E. M. BECKER GEORGE HILLENMEYER, XV. XT. BRICKET H. R. LA MASTER, PAUL BRIGHT, CHAS. MILLER, J. W. BUCKMAN, JAS. MILTON, ROY , BURTGN, M. R. OOSTHIZEN, J. Du P. COLL-INS, VVILLIAM RAYMOND, H. E. COTI-IRON REED, J. A. EASTYVOOD, G. R. . EDRINGTON, J. ' EVVAN, A. E. ROUTT, G, C. SMITH, W. V. A STANDARD A. W. FITZPATRICK, VV. W. STEVENSON, CORBET FORD, L. E. UNDERYVOOD, KENITH FRYE, A. L.- GILBERT, J. TVALKER, H. M. YVILSON, YV. B. HALL, D. J. WORTHINGTON, E. F. 202 Q r I 1111 lx r.x'1'1'131x1.xA 5 3.2.1, 'Life A.,-' N Q, Y X .3 if' -53fi3Q'ff' f1 "ar"S XTJ.-35. ELQZ AL -. F" ffiqfil QRIQ L LTL R.-XI, bUL l BIN' Qllfl ..g...4-..., THE IiENTUCKIAN BROOKS ENGINEERING SOCIETY ,, J. G. ESTJES, Presficlen-t L. ALLISON, Vvlce-Pvnesiclent GEO. DUN LAP, Secwe-tavgzj . W. E. MOSBY, 17'l'0CIS'l.I'I'6l' HON ORARY MEMBERS PROF.. W. E. ROWE PROF. W. J.OUiR'RaELL PROF. R. O. TERRWELL PROF. E. L. RJEES fPR-OF. IT. IT. DOWNINGA 204: . 1'-' ,-PQ: :1""'i'?' ' ... .JT 1..,1'2I" ' "' ' ..L,i, . Y.-T." 7. 7 'Ifu Ii lf x1N'1'l'4:1c 1.-I N ppm. wugnuuuu-Y KENTUCKY MINING SOCIETY Ul"l"ll'lClIS ll. ll. ll ll.l,l.XXl5, l'1'f.-ffffnf XY. ll. 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WALLAGCYE sw 45 :J-2 A A4 ,fi , WILMOR-E 3 FM: i W Uwf fi i GA RARLETT M, PHILLIP HOLALOXVAY My 935 'Fil' H l Mil -1 WWE M A A ,SH F195 ,, I ROBERT HALEY A SPRIGG EBBER1 R GEORGE DUNLAP f CLYDE DAUGHEIRTY GEORGE REfNDR1GKsGN ED WILSON A JAMES GARY ALEXANDER OBENCHAIN Fl V I , 5 Rf r V , 4 1' ' 2 0 S RA, .-- Y-K gf, ':1:5 Y 'E JV Y - - , Lmill- vane-L-"' Lf Q "fir-A-lg --r-:Z . V, ' rn T" Y, ALQQTTMZ-TY -.AWN V' va, tl, 4,,,:. -25 ' - 'Y-3 W ff--: ' M75 T 'gif f ' V--f T , ,, " ' Y - 19- K Q wg- -f--4 '- """ ' ' 4 - V - M -- W--fl' WW- -Mum. I' K - V - - M V . -g - W -. ,-,4-,Q-... Hw- ..,..M..-. .,..A. , M . -M. V--. - s , ,g .g,,hsvl.1w X x -s-.-1..niP' Tim KEENTEUCKIAN KEY RQLL JOSEPH LEWIS ' HARRY MELTON WILLIAM 'IIHEISIING L. G. AUXIER 2 J. R. CLARK WILLIAM CWOLLINS 10 BRUCE HAGER T IU Xx Q 2'-5 7 1 ff '21,- 7! 1 1 'V eff 'V V 'iq Q fd. l w i 4 , I J - If QQEXIIL CADET HOP COMMITTEE xv. A. oB1uNC1111A1N QQ-N HURT PA Y N TE QR. R. W. ADAMS SIIfIE'IJ I3 Y PO S T I OIG IS, S.I5 IfIGI1I'3IY W. W. I II I JIJIGININI fI4IYfI4I!I I, III. II. AIIIK I NS V , , XX A IXITICII. W IX IIIGNIIY IIQXIIQII 212 , , , K ,- .,...,Y... - gn .ff -mn -+.. I 1 K . ' xv '- qHHilfHNTUC lf! ayv-5"a ' ' w '!i',E' , ,MXifiggzgy-,, g51'i'W'T'f'.?', '5'f:i ,f15mmM"i A Wa W., 5mmi-,'L.sSmQi, + WfiQ1mn2fwsTasf Q, wwgw ," !ql3:,l:X'X H F , , fjfnvggiulsf l " f law s ' 2 1 ' am . L 1 TUE IQENTUCKIAN LOUISVILLE CLUB GE OfRGlE BECKK E-R, P 1 'cfs i cl 611 f HlELiElN EULL-ENLO VE, ice-P VP .s id 1' 11 I' This eululo is madei up of stiuicle-nts fifoui Louisville, Keutuvky, and inciludies all tligose Whos desire to be-lonig. Louisville liolds- the record for tlile gir'eait,e+st. number' of students seuit to the University by any one vity. Tlhe club- is i-ntiended. to be ani aicl to all its mefuibers iu the mutter ol' liiomes-iekne-ss, b-lues iancl H11-E1i1lrCl3l Woifry. 214: 'I'u1v: KIINTI iw BOHEMIAN CLUB I fl 1 I INII xmIXIIu11v f'lH,fw-WI IIIII,IJ I I1IXlIN I I III I III XX Il I. XY. NI. 'IH XX XI-IHIVN. 'l'. I'.. 'IH lI.XY. II. I... 'II I.I'l,!'I'I'IY. XY. .X.. 'II I IIXINII I I II 1215 Tum K1cN'1'Uc 'K1. xN M TSAC E CLUB TCTICI W3I'I'6H Smith 2 I li V- . suwm::1:11'.4J.. 1 ,, . . Fraulino Fraul info Fraulj-n.o Fraul ino Frau li no Frau I i no F1'au.l.ino Kentoka Esperantista Klubo ONU LINGUO U-NU NA O10 Espewcmzfo has 1Q11,fZ'ispzL,icaAZJle 772f:G7"'llfS,' 'LL72fl1I,'01'SCLZ ?'C'C0g77,?:Zf'iO7Z,' plaenom anal success. INSTRUISTO Puow. E. F. Rxlozoulelfzlz Ano cle E. A. cle N. A. Tenanto cle Ateslto pri Kalmbleco Sekretalrlio' E. BfGLll11gGl' L. A.- Gastinoau lnis Gillis H. H. Heanrlle . L. McCarty B. L. DTGljlllGllfTZOpl1 M. C. Taylor Fraulo ll. D. Bowden FTQ11 l o J. J. Evelridge Wvhon E,SP'Gl'21.DJEO do Kentukio GEA N O J Flmalo D. D. Felix Fraulo W. C. .lilalbort Fmulo M. Mf. Hmf1'iso11 T. U. Hleddeu C. X. JJOl.111SlO11 F,l'?1.Ul o F1'asull.o Frarulo JL. E. Johnson FJ'sLu.l.o J. W. lq.UHZll'12ll1 Fmgulo F. C. Mcrllntgylfe Fraulo F .n.'a11l.o fFlm'ulo F1'z1.ul o F,l.'21lUl.O F1'z1,u.l o F 11 xml ow Frau I o grows up fit will be as universally mulurstoorl als 1DlU.SlG is. 217 C R.. S Fl J. J R L. Mefyor A. Nonflfis D. SHl111ClQ1lHS T. Slmllyz O. Snolcldy F. Tzwpley B '.l.".homaS W. T'i11slQj.' Tum K1cN'1'lfc:1ir.xN Annnrintinn nf Alumni OFFICERS J. D. TURINER, '98, P1'c.QfiZeI12f MARY E. SIVEICNICY, 'HIS , Ivfrf'-Pl'1'.sirfr'11f E BROOKE G. IIIIfI"NI'III, UT. IS'f'l'l'l' EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE L. IGII, 'IIIL l'Ilg1I1'mgg11 J. CRAIG SIfI'1c11m', 704 Nl Im' NI'l'l'hII ul +I, . . I X SARA CTIIOIIN, 'HI 1218 fmzffnfz un: I I 1' w A P inlulilflllf. 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Iuhlluh, III, ,Xv-I-1,111 I'i1 I' I. XXIIIIIQ I5 xl - hlll-,l,IIN I'4'S'1 CLASS HEPHE!NlzNI-'xlIXlF- l X. 'l'I'2Illil'II,I., Sl'IIllII' I'I:l:Xr: l" I' YXYIIUI' IIIII III" A x. - .-II. 11' .l l. III1'XIXr- : UUSINHSA Ml-'Ur lllIIl'fXIf ,XIIISIZN Iv I1 .I l" 'IIlI.XlI,f' III xv I II Il I'I'l'XI " I. III ,V ll l.1I.IXI I N I .Xl Xl I I'-MIX ' X' , . . I W I ' .XI MI THE IDEA" STAFF Tim TCENTUCKIAN TI-IE IDE Pfzblishea' Weekly by the Idea Syndicrzfe PERRY CASSIDY, Editor W. G. CLUGSTON, Mzinziging Editor BUSINESS STAFF HALCOMB HUDSON, Business Manager XV. R. 'l'll'lll-ENUM. Asst, Atlxx-1'lisi1lg Mali R. LOXVRY, Assistant Business IXTLIITEXQCI' NY. NV. l'lIl-INX'l'l"l', L'i1't-ulzmiing Mnlnzlgt-1' f XV. A. LURTEY, Advertising' 1XfIZll1ilgL'l' 'l'. I". XY.Xlllll'2N, Asst. Cin-iilzlling Alumni xl l YV. T. JOHNSON, Asst. Advertising' Ivlzlnzlg-fl' K. VNIJIQIIXYUUIP, l,'1ll'I tvmv nisl MEMBERS OF THE SYNDICATE I-I. F. McKinney s, gy .1-ml..-1-1 A. McClure W, at lnm--lm G. Becker .l, lt. 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' 1 - ' I .l". 11 .1 lm, 0 , fa IN N Mgggsym 11 QQ Wavff- E K 345553955 FOOTB LL REVIE T tho b9g11lIl11lg of the season oul DIOSDQCVES Wole vely lol lgllt NX lth most of the old men hack on the field a d such new 1131611 ae B3lxG1, Elhs Shawhan, and last YC 'll fs SC1llb'S to dlaw f1011fl, lt looked ae though we W619 ln lOl the ellamlolollshlp of the South Then mlllltl lhe stolln1, Bakel, Post and Hendrleksolm WQIG lnjuled But even tlllS dld n1ot W1 eelt our eoul age Coaell Sweetland woll ed the men he had wlth such elllll that Wll6l1l the game Wlth llllnols wae plawccl, the whole foot hall wolld sat up an1d toolx notlee fhey asked How dld they do lt?'7 It was tl11OU1gl1 tll811 nevel Gly dle Spllllt the Qpll lt of born flghtele wllloh en1alo1led them to defeat one O1 the St1011gG'm4 'EGCIHIQ of the mld1d1le West Rose was no match lOl ue 1 S we easlly defeated them 43 to ll md oul hoodoo, Tenneseee, at last went down befole oul hunch of wl1111 wlnd playels -the game Wltll NO1JEl1 CE11Ol1113 A Q M, was played under t1S11l., ellouimetances A long tllp, a change of ellmate, ete But we qhowed them that we knew the game by malung the fn st touchdown, an1d holdlne them to the small seole of 15 to 6 We ale not QHVHIQ what lilllil of 1 team they played agalnet us But the olownlng V1CtO1Y of oul entlle season uae on Tlld1'llIq0lXlH0 when we met the lnu1oh 111131866 team f1OH1 Centl al We can say f01 them that they played a good game but they would not tand agalnst ue Aftel the Qmoke ot h1attle had eleal ed awa1 and the great elowd h'ld1 left the field the lln1al QCOIQ was Cl121lliGCl 1 W lld lt stood lo to 6 IH favol of Kentucky State then those yetel ane of H1180 IHOHHIQ llald wolk wept lOl Joy rf"?a Qt-F7 H15T0RlcAl- WU EVENTS Y' ml. 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'Lf' -x if .+ fw- N Y 1 I X Q THE IIENTUCI IAN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BEN LOGAN, P'I'0.9IIIZ87If ' ' I 1+ I3 xvlvms, 5111111 J... .JY EXEUIIT'I'VE CUNIIII I II 191110117111 I?1'1J1'1w111!11!11 A. M. Miller, Presidellt X I I 1 P. W. Corbusier, SeC'1'1e1I1a1j1' X L KLIIIIIIOII H. E. Curtis, TITGZLSIITGI' 1 E. B. Webb J. T. Gower II. CI. I3m'Im00, IYIII1JI-. J. B. GIIIUIIOAIQ III:1.1JI1. W. W. 'II1m1Ius, I7:11:1I.. II1-ssiv II:1v1I1'11 I"l1lI' , 1 . 7 ' . . 1 II. II. II1l1'IIwI1I, I1111l .8111 1111111 H1'111'1' lllfllfll I. I IIII1 II IJ I1II1m11 ! CAI IAIXN .XNII XI XX XI I I s 1111 II X IHWVX NI I II I Illll ...4 -I. I I IIIIII 111 lfvllllf If IKIINI' IIIIH ff1l.wA'1'l H1 I I ' I I. IbI'III"I1N Xl 1 11 1 1111 3-N 1 ' ' - . f11I'f.x' ffllxlwl f ffl 'EIVN' XI-IIIIIIII Il 1 1 - I1-111-I I. S. II:11'xi11 NI 1 I I11111 J" hill! ,614 , 1,7 --Q "TCW, .' ,--,,,, - Varsity, 1909 Tun K1cN'1'Uo111AN RESULT UF THE SEASON . Date Sta.te Vs. Plaoe S. U. Opponent Sep-t. 25 Ky. Wesleyan. .. .... Lexingtton . 18 O Oot. 2 Berea ....... Lexington . 28 H om. 9' Unt1v1e1-my of 1111n0iS...Ufm1.1., nl. . . 6 2 Oot. 16- Univ. of Tenne-ssee ..... Lexington . 17 'T Oct. 21 N. Cqartolina A. and M.. .Raleigh N. 6 15 Oot. 30 Rose Polytte-ohnio ....... Lexington . 43 O Nov. 3 Ge1o1'get.ow'n Cfoltege .... Georgetown 22 G Nov. 6 St. Ma.ry's ............ Lexin.gton . 27 O Nov. 13 r'an.sy1v'ania Lexington . TT 0 Nov. 25 Ce-nt1"a1 ...... . . .Lexington . 10 6 ' Totals .. 259 29 ,-1, JLN SQUAD AT BEGINING OF SEASON SQUAD AT END OF SEASON w BARBEE, Captain, Left Hai. l l e ,f 5,2711-52 mx, X U as WZ: , . ' El: If , 3? K . i , S, , , "x :Q Y S M' 'f-zz ' VV r?'Sf va-:. ,:, aw: was , 5 ef Y 'Y' .1-r 5 sv - 1 ':.-f " f M ff 4 -f f A s Qs, X! fisgv jigs' asap Q, y X S A :sw 4 wb N x w 2, f Q X l XA 5 Q' H A 9 .4 CQ A '5 N sy N ' X v ? 5? Yds N, f x f ig , X 3 wage., is S ' 53 wa 5 ,gels . flick .. if is vf K qv , gf. Q-gy - is-ii: V .. - - 5354 A S N W: esfvsvi Wfls'w3f9s-.h,4.,?4 . ZX My I sofa' 'f f wwx K ' W ' XV S QQM l duff", 3545 " . 4 . Ky Yi' 'Is . Cf- A - 1 'X 4 -Q fs' A " '- ., sz, As , ,sw 5 A sm X , , . ...A.A xA,.... . , , ,Q , f 152, cl to Q fi. 5' -5, 3 ,gi ., :. .pi may--P f -X Y, .X E' ,lveZ,j7y2f +f +4 w 5 v ' 'W' . ' we ,,fN,7 . ,Mkt i wt' as .,f fl sf smywo- as X, we asswiyg-fefwf ' l o W 9 9 ff M215 .,3v?gfs,fYw'-5124 -Q If W2 sn.. sf N W ga me , X ii f l '4Diek'l is a real football hero. His Work, both as captain and as a player, Won hini a place captain of the All-Kentucky teain, and if We had been eligible he would have been a strong man for the All-Southe-rn. His ability as ai ground gainer, place kicker, and goal kicker' inlade him. the idol of alll the stu-dents. "Dick" is 22' years old, has been a, college player three Years, is 5 feet, 8 inches tall, and Weighs 155 pounds. DUNXLAP . 52 7 we ,z W T 5 af v 4.4. as QMS 7 his s.f1"N'-f , 'W ws,,a,f's. , , A ,.-,fa X.. , . Mw.,,,A, K sw .. X MN ,f Sw' 'F' f, sag 5 r -aware ' f" , f 4 j ' z., fv ihify' 'F ,as-,,,, ,0 Av ia , . - 'rim -, ' 1 ,Z A ' Q5ff14 Rag? H25 5 .'---1.33411 S:'gm1fi'. 5231 -- . Vgffif 2 6 ff . f fr iff' A f . ,ug ,fax vw' Tv-'LWwff.9 41131 w , wa, ' tp Jvcwff-:Y N"'f5 J pa, . :...'-i:fs':,4zf 'A-M' f , Em +35 'QP nv 'f 4-A .',f 2 154 Manga , W V, . lik-7,-Iiqf' 1 V. Q, ji-, - L sv? A' , 'lil' . r . .--V243 f , 3.4 N '..:-ya, . 1, M Uv- , 2 :gafiq i 'LN' l A I Ai: .5 il. Mt -1 gui' ,- ,. 4 ,, , ,.-,1-ewng., A "1 L 1 1' rr -V -.W '9- 1 ' 'x 39" . .- A, ,-,,,, ,.. Y .HJ-gk-I. , In ll.,-+-0-4 13, ghgn. . ,I 'V M, A .Y - V7 VV I'.A?n, Y' Y ,, ygrE1',v.,,,,'! - ., 4,-5.1.1 . 'A LL 'h .3-' jg 1 4. ' ' . fn' 1" ..- ,,, -,,.. . -.., 11 ,.x-- ., , gg 411 f -,vv ' .- lg' Q., Lf 4 A ' 5 1 ,LH ' , -1 1 ,- f-ld fh 1' ' 'Y s 'I U, T", 5 v p Left Guard. l'Old L:ady,7, the great silent man, is one of the best guwards ever produced by Kentucky State University. For three years he has been in the line, sonietiines at guard, soinfetinies at tackle. Dunlap is a. trifle slow in getting off, but when he carries the ball it 'fakes more than one inxan to- stop h-ini. All-Kentucky Gu-a-rd. He has played three years: is 22 years old, 5 feet 11 inches in height, and Weighs 177 pounds. WE B 12, Cellter. ixvllvlll 4'Clo1'nna11y" moi? Hvlmllz ol' Alll'lllgl'2ll1 Ill Uh. llo 1lIl.lll1l'lllElfll'lj' look up lm: l2ll'lll'S as 1' ' a. lll2l1.Vl"l'. lNllll'0 lllal tum- lu- has lawn a ll'l'l'0l' lo all opposing ll'illllf'. ln all the big ganws I' ' , I x- 'ul ' x ' ' . ol' llw season ln' llllYl'l' mol luis lIl2lll'll. lla' was ilu- spirit ol' lllu lm lm, lomping llum going mill Ins lun- ol lalla. liaslly .Xll-livnixu-ky l'oolm'l', lu' slooll il good l'llIllll'l'l.UI'.Xll-SlIlllll1'l'lI il' wo wore- 1-ligilmlo, 'l'l1z'm- .vm-:urs :z pl-lyl-rg il ,H'2Il'N ol4l: o In-1-1, l lovll lll Iavwlul 'xml veil-'lus 7 , I l rs I IS! ooumls, Ra0'l.JE1S, Rliglit- Half . g'Billy'l finished his college course and was taking post-grad. Work be-fore he knew he could play football. VVit-li nilarvelous speed and a. sure eye for holes, he was a.lw'ays good for a. long' gain. Ifllis end runs at Illinois inaide tlhose VVesterners take' notice. One y-ear as a playerg years oldg weighs 140 pounds. TI-llRErLfKEL1D, Full Back. Last year Tlrrelkeld could not nialre the tearing, but under ther guiding hand of Coach Swweetlanld, he developed into a great full- back. Being a fast inian, a line- plunglefr, and easily the best defensive player' on the team, it was easy for hini, to hold down his position. One year 3, pl ayerg 22 years of age, and weighs 160 pounds. A BOUT, Sub. Full Back. '6BevH was the line plunger of the teani. Wfhen. we were near the goal and Wanted to put the ball over, we just putt R-out in, and over it would go. He never saw a line he couldn't buck. I-lis qualities as a defensive player were not such as to make him a regular, but he was a.lw1a.ys there with the goods for the best he could do. 'llli-ree years a playerg 20 years old: 5 feet, 9 inches in lieiglit, and Weighs 180 pounds 241 HHH N DRAICKS ON, Righty Tackle. Hlilennyw was put back in his old place at ttacklte' this year, and there he played a star ganile at all tiniest. A player who uses' his head as well as his hands in t-he game is cer- tain to inake good. This Hendrickson always did. He was injured early in the season, but was in for the games in the latter part. All- Kentueky Tackle. Three years a playerg 21 years oltdg 5 feet, EW2 inehesg weighs 172 pounds. ELtLIs, Left Tackle. "Jersey" is another man who didn't know he could play football. until he had been here several years. He is a strong: aggressive player, tat good ground gainer. and defensive nitan. He was always in the play tor the best that was in hint. One year a player: 21 years oldg 5 feet, 1116 inches in height. and weighs 176 pounds. J t ll ltX'S'l't MN, Qllil l'l'Ul'-lHlt'li. 641 'S ' 0 . ttlatlys. the mlattt' ol the team, stood la-- ltintl the line, :tml Irv his ext-ellent gem-ralsltip 'fuitletl the team to vit-torx' in ttrtltx' lrlrtl- rs , I , I , lillllglll battles. llis work at eatt-ltittg :tml rutming' hat-Ii punts was always ,-I tk-:tture ot' the gjilltlt. 'l'wo years at platirerg ls 5-on,-S 01,11 5 I't-et, ti itteltt-s in Iteiwltt :mtl wel-"Its 135.3 n - fs pottmls, -I I-I -- ...f --iii ,,..,,,., .,.--.1-f. .1 N - .."- . 1 f':r !'f1:'J',1 : 1-'7'-A-ffvwl 4, 'YN 6' J. 1,--, .,,Q5g,.r.,.,,4. ,-.- s .M-V -f W --1 -f 1 EAP LIE lnrght G ua cd In Earle we have another example of the power of Coach Sweetland He showed Earle thatl he could really play football, and from that trrnfe he Was arwavs a starr rn the game Mlany eripected ,earns of opposrng teams have been suddenly stopped bw the gaunt form of Earle behrnd then lrne Two vears a player, 19 vearsr old 6 feet 1 rneh, werglrs 176 lbs SHANKDIN Rrght Efnd Deaf rs another man who eonres frorn l t year s squafd and turns out to be a real Wonder NVhen he started arrounrd the end ruth hrs rrght ar rn getltrng :rn rts Work he usarallv Went for a touchdown As end he was frrst choree for the AllKentucl1y Although havrno to get hrs srgnals by trps, he never massed thern, and 91 years old 5 feet SA rnches rn herght and Werghs 150 pounds SHTQLB1 Left End It was prophesred last year that Strnk would mrake a star thrs year, and whoever sard fra was dl wrse one, or c was a ro terror No rnterference was so strong that lre couldn t break rt up wrth one smash ol hrs non frame It rs Wrtrh regret that me lose hrm from next year s team Two years 1 player 10 years old 6 feet rverghs 160 pounds 0 'IL 'V 7' 1 , ' ' If . I 1 , '..' l W' ki 1 1 '.. Q 1' c. ' V.. I , 1, I 1 X ' ul d X' U , aff V . , . . ' ' 1-'H 1 Y , . R , , , .1 ., 1. . y ,- e . 'V 7 cc , 'wr 'L , in ,I I W! ,A 1 as, .1 17 1 W. xl : W I 1 ,l. D l. l. 1 . . 7' ' , 11' , 1 7 . ' . ' ' X11 , 1 I ' N . 1' 7 M ' L ' . .11 ,I 'I 1 1, ' v ' 7 ' 1 1 - , A cc ' 77 , 1 , , L ' 1 ' 'rr ' L was alwlays rn the play. One year a, p-layerg K 3 3 ' , ' ' . . '-' 2 'J ' ' L 1 1 1. " '1 , 1 au 1. 7, . ' A . s' ' 4 'lr 'A ' ' fs ' r . ' I . f .V .1 Y. 1 .1 - 1 - I7 W, -1 1. I - l 'l ' 1 1 . ' ' - ,A cc ' tl-t 1 . 1- fr' he l ly - .1 ...7 7 ' Q 4 A . , 1, . .. ' .- ' 1 I ,ml ' f A 7 .-X ' ,'4 , Y . 1 3 '. L' .kf . L '-. 3. . '-1. ,'l Q V - . If ',, .1 lf-. 7.x rx' N A! ,i M I N 7 :LTL K Y, T. . 1 I- . 7 1 -.X , X-, I ' , W " . ' 7 7 L . -43 .5 JV! .. Nb fl 'DU ll lllll ER, Left En d. Vlfaynels speed won for hiin a place at end. Vlfhen he got a.round the end he was gone for a. long gain, and nrany runners have been brought down by his going around behind, or dodging through the interference. Hle should intake a, star on next yea.r'Si tleain. One year a playerg 19 years old: feet, S14 inches in height, and weighs 139 pounds. GAISEH, Snlr. End and Ilall? liar-li. 'lJake" could play either end or eilln-r half L , . and play it well. lle was always alr.e to go in al' any time and llold down a place on the learn llie should nralie a strong' lnan on next yeark teanr. Une year a player: lil -rears old: li feel XX'Ulg1'llS 157 pounds. t'.XMl'l!l'Il,l,. Nnlv. laelqle. "Old Klan l'2llllIllll'll wax :I l1'llQll lwropov llllll lol' an HIUIIHNIIIQ If-:nn xrln-n ln- wax I-nl lll llll' "A'lllI1' lll' Nlllllllll lll'llil' -'owl on lln- lm'illIl :- ' - - I .. ll1'Xl W'ill'. Une rear an plax'--rg fl xl-:na ulql J leel, lll lll ln-lsglnl, anal xx.-lglnx ln., llonrolx, "ll 'f -f- ' BABB Sub Cente1 and Gua1d Harve played 111 sevenal games 1v1th Cfedll to hnnself and tl1e tean1 VVe hope to see hun 11'l a leglllal place O11 tl1e tean1r next yea1 Harve 1S an old. boy XVl11Cl1 may account fO1 h1s .q1eat s1t1e11gtlh One year 1 player 94 yea1s old 5 feet 751 1nches 1n hG10l1l and 'SVG1gl1S 159 pOU11lS LOWRY Manager Heres to you, Bob You l1ave thx un1que ol1st1nct10n of belng the Ol ly nmanaoer 111 the h1st01v of the 111st1tut on 11110 eve1 16 CG1VQd a c0n1pl11nent1f10111 the E1xecut1ve C0111 1111ttee and vou deserve 1t Th great success of the season 19 due l21l,QGlY to the u11t11111ff efforts of Manager L0W1y PABKQ Ass1sta11t Coach qvracuse lle was Ill Kentuckv d0111Q evano l1st1c W01k and upon the 1llV1JEdl'lO11 of lll Sweetland stopped ove1 fOl fm teu davs Ills love lOl the game luought 1111111 out upon the Held Illc p10l011ged lllg V1 llf dllllllfl tl1e 1l111ess of lllll Sweetland when hc 1ende1ecl much '1ss1sta11ce to 0111 team, B01 th1s ass1s11a11ce he gd1llC'l tht estefm of the entne ll111ve1s1tv J J 1 ' W .1 . '41 " Q . H 1 1 ' i ' 1 1' 1 '1 ' , ' 1. 1: , - . 1 1 A I ln ' . lm .1 .1 A ' l11s Cl 77 ' ' 1 L 1 ' 1, 1 - . 1 C1 51. 'lg --J' . ? 7 P7 7 1 1' - ' s l Y in 1 1 cc 177 A n Y X n s Q I A u 1 71 x . ' 1. 1 ' 1 A U 1 t . . 1 1 .L ' ' ' ,' X , V I' l ,1 V F 'Ar 3 I . -H v 1. 1 n , 1 l ' 1 , ' 7 1 Q . . g 1 ar 1.111 ' . 111 -1. 1 xl l . 1 I 4 ' . v- . . 7 1 1 . 1 ' , ' ,, K, l . 'L ' I , 1 Mr. Parks played under Mr. Sweetland at L' . ' ' 1 , .V 1. , ,. 1 1 1 1 , L 1 , ,Oc- 4 - 1 1 . , z' 1 1 1' ' 1 Y -- 1, 1 , 1s , , , Y r -1 ct . . 3 ,fn - A 11 1 1 ' - Y V ' , r-x LK flm I - . X V1 V 1. 4 X , cl L L 1 I 1 my . 1 -1 'L 1,7 fir! 41 3 THE KENTUCKIAN "COACH" .ilu 1-4 Foot Ball Scenes 0 , ' h -47 mid' 1, fool Pmll bcrunus - f 3 FI E'iHMILN SCORE QOPHOIVIORES FRESH ES 1 'i L . 'T N. ...................... 10 I SOPH C JMOH ES ' 249 Tun lK1cN'.1'Uo1cLxN T 1 . i , . 62 " l I 1 ff -J' ":1' i iz- I Uffvfff gfo GYMNASHJM EVIE -W1 . , If UOH eould be said about the GY1H1l21SlH1U. It is a good 122254-- '14 fy . f- ' - . - L "hw" : pflaoe IGI" the boys to dress before going upon the Q W Y -, a.tl1vl.elt.io field, but some persons Connected' With it insist V gy Os . . . Q , m tl M91 It uplonl keefpung the above 1116-311lJ1011Gd boys eooped up 111 E - QQ one of the rooms, teaollillg them to skip rope, do at .0445 V . K Q ' . w 5 EEL - 'WW Sp-Hl11Sl1 dance, and 11U1UQl'OUS' 0JEl19l foohsh stunts. Many good men: are kept oi? the 3tl1+.lQJEl'Cl Held on oeoount of the neces- sity of at.t.endin.g these g'y1H11El.SlLl1H Classes. About the only lllllllljg' of i1n.p'oI-stance eonneoted with the Work in the gynnnasium is that of the gy1nnla.siu1n teznn. T!llGV do some pretty good Work Wllen they get t.i1ne from theirl other sports. flflleil' unnuzll tlolufrnannleznt- was held' on Aplril A meda l was awzwclecl to the best gylnnast., Won by Berkely Heclges. flflze g"j'lllllilHlUlll 'fCL111l was com- posed of the following lnenz T. B. S'l.lOI'lJ, J. S. Cl1'o'stlnWa1.ite, lfl. ,l-3. .ltlledg'es, U. U. 'ilrlylozg ll. U. PoI'tel1', W. S. Tlleising, P. R. Sollee, li. A. ltlilldttlllillll. A new fG'Z1lJll11"Ql off'thet.ou1'11z1ment was the pyrmnill lmilding llUl'llUl'llll'il by the following men: Qld. P. O'OSlJlll.HZlGll, W. S. fll?l.l'l'ltll0l'S, 'l'. ll. Slllllll, .X. .l. Weism-lllmt-1'g'e1'. J.H.fl?lfa1.llle1f,.l.O.fl+llowle1":s, tl. ll. Usbow-no l. 1' ll-lrmlvslx' 1' lf ll'll'1 4 1' l 1 1 x fl". Rolminsou, lil. C.. Dixon, ll. llmltx, I. t. lmwlings .l..ll XY'l.x' ll Il G1.':1.cfe, U. li-. Hl:1.1nls:1y, ll. Uollmerlt :md ll. Skill. Q , . 1 . - . 250 9 M 1 Xm l Clalllt l Umblh .TSX Eitzfffff If WLVS H14 fnst questlon that auses 1n dlSCllSS111b the basket Q all U ball eason 1S why We chdn t have a WIHILIDD team U-W Some law the blame on the manabel some on thle coach, Ax l lncl othels on the 13lElj61S themselves ll fx- It After the HIHLOIY was floored thele was ample tlme 'Sf' .L fol p1 'lCtlC9 but the old men the men who ought to mave the st1ength of the team dnl not take up the game Wlth the p1 oper pult Xl hen they dld 15121111 lt Was ln a half may manner The5 houbht that as long as they howed up onte or tvs 1oe '1 Week fol plat tlce thev had then place on the team omchsecl he new men wx ele made to thmk thls and nevel tlled as hald as they llllbllt Thlen when the tlme mme to make the tllp Nolth 1 IH then Wolk and could not bo Con only 1 Club team and We lost all the numbel of the men Wele behlnd equently the tup was tal en Wlth games and bun., out basl et ball up to the standald of oul othel dl2lll6JElCS The followmb men madle the NO1tlll611l t1 lp Plummel Galsel Halt Rldcl Thl ell eld Slhawhfln CX1OSJEllXX alte In the eoond :june Wlth Centl al and the last ,Came Wltll Geolcetowu the hne up wx a as follows s Mau and Balbee fO1TV'11dS Rodes QC'a1t l and Tlnelkelcl ,oualds GHISQI eentel, Halt and Shawhan substltutes lanufuw 8 THDUHIS 79 lftnualy 'Ui lanual V 98 FGb1U11X 4 Febl u 11V 16 Ma1ol1 Nflal Ch Nlaroh SCORE OF KENTUCKY GAMES State State State Sltate State St mte State State State Unlvel sltg UIIVIVQI slty U1llVG1S1tj Un1Ve1 1t5 Umv Q1 s1t5 Umvel sltg Umvel s1t5 Unlvel s1t5 Umvel s1t5 ll Kentuclq WVesle5 an GHQO1 betotx n De Pauw C811'E13l Unlvel s1t5 C1eo1..,etoxx n lfennes ee Centlal U1llV9lSltX GQO1 ,etoxx n Centl fll Umvel s1t5 Y M 111-5 , - ,Y -A X In ,W A fi- - ' 'Y-' A -Y Y v Y' xqix, XWNN ' x I ll r Q Q . 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U... .. 27g W0010112111 .... . 10 K S. U.. , . . . 175 W0010I1121.11 .... . . . . S K. S. U... . .. 155 SO111G1'SCt 11. S. .. . 6 K. S. U... . . . 213 S011101'00t H. S. .. . 5 253 'fllll KENTUCK1A1x' i35l " 'fll SQL! fl "'iI..i:?Li:.1I..T.1 ' N. f- .Y-A , -f' ' THE ICENTUCKIAN X 255 Tum lqI'1N'1'UCIiIAN Track Squad 21,16 TS cgf' I Lx ox , , 'f-N' fb xlA,KfT i lgvy r ,.QQQQwgJ,a - , ,suv THE IIENTUCKTAN TRACK HE pro-sp-ect for traek this spring is the best We have had for some time. lN7ith most of last year's good men still here, and many -new men Who are anxious to wear ia HK," We have had a supply of Candidates for most of the events. A meet among the classes has here-n held eaeh Saturday sine-e the iirst of March. This showed up the mzen who have a chance for the team and made them Work hiarder. Manager Garvin has several meets under Consideration, including a inter-eolleg'ia.te meet on Stoll field, also a meet with Tennessee on Stoll field. T'ra.ek is Go-aeh Shvee-t?lan,d's p-et hohloy and he has given much of his valualole time to trai-ning the men and they have shown the result of his t-r'ainfin'g..loy msaking some enviable reciords. During the season We hope to meet some of our rivals and show them a few things up-on the einder'pfa,th. eyqp Q i are ef 1 we -in 1 ass THE TTENTUCKIAN ' -.... .. Q9 3 Fixx ,few f 1 - KX . D fi? L U 2 1 1 - X ll- fliggg-W TW ' X' W' i l 3 53,.,.4,W y 4 1 March 19, S. U. Mareli 23, K. S. U Mancli 30, K. April 6, K. S Aplri' 8 K. S April 9 K. S April 13 K. S Apri 16 K. S April. 18 K. S April 19 K. S Ap-rig Ap ri- Apiri Apri Apri May May M ay May May May May M ay my 20 22 27 29 30 2, 9. ll, 12, 21, 23, 25 28, 31, - 1 S. SCHEDULE FOR 1910 L. H. S. at Sitoll Field. vs. . vs. St. Paul's at Stoll F'ield. U. vs. St.. Paul's at Sltoll Field. t U. vs. Lexington Colts at Stoll Field. U. vs. T. U. at T. U. Park. U . vs. M. T. H. S. at Louisville. U. vs. Ky. Wesleyan at Wineliester. U. vs. CiGIlllQ+1fELl University at Stoll Field. U. vs. N. C-. A. and M. at R-aleigli, N. UQ. U. vs. University ofN. Cf. at Clliapel Hill, N. C. and 21, K. S. U. vs. Trinity Gollleige at Durliain, N. U. and 23, K. S. U. vs. Univ. of Tennessee at Knoxville, Tenn , K. S U. vs. University of Cin.einna.t1i at Stoll Field. - , K. S. U. vs. L. M. H. S. at Stoll field-. , , K. S. U. VS.'G60I'gQit-OWU at Geioiigetiowii. K. S. U vs. Paris at Paris. 'A K. S. J. X. S. U. K. S. U X. S. U K. S. U K. S. I K. S. U K. S. U vs. GQ'OFfg'9lt-OW11 at Stoll Field. vs. U!en't.1'a.l University at Danville. vs. Sleliiool for Deaf' at Stoll Field. vs. T. U. at Sltoll Fiefld. . vs. De Pauw at Stoll Field. vs. Georgetown at Greforgetiown. vs. Cfentral University at Stoll Field. vs. T. U. at T. U. Parlli. 259 ,af X 2 S , if N ,X v X hw x 2? 1, X 1 wi J x N was x Mx ll M H vUL0n,.T,mL1q N. X "' "' . f' ,-: ff-f' uf- -fn' -...G ,..,L W ..-Y - 3- 1 GIL1 NER Cente1 Fleld Cfnptfnnj Spot tl1e handsome 111-.111 of the team IS llso one of the heavy ones He Covers l'llS field Well and 1s one of the surest l11JElj91S JOIIINS PON Short Stop Who 11 the UHIVC Slty does not hke to see Gl dye do stunts at Short Not so heavy wlth the stlel but 111 excellent b1se 1unne1' GOVVER Vlfhen 101111115 1115 on tl1e 1eee1v1n end he lept the lJ'1t'tG1 so much up 1n the 111 llltll 118 ln1e ol tllk tl11t l1e NX 1S un1l1le to connect wuth tl1e bill llls blttlllg' 1nd tlnoxx 111 t second H616 1lxx me up to stmdfud 961 , W . 1 X n 17 1 ' ll. n'. . C I - at 1. an A X ,, X ,, X W - 1 ,, 1 r N . 1 47 . . . z, , , 1, , - wr , . 1 11 . "' F ,L I V , 7 ,1-. . , XX . . .X X . W . . J X XJ . 1 - . . cc 1, , 77 , LL' X 1 1 -- ' . - c f 1 Y, ' - Z 4 . il' 1' '. , . , ' I' ' - 7 1 Catcher. A rl 'V .1-' ' 1" ' 0' fu D 1 1 , K ' c 1-1' - 1 cl ' 'V l .' ' 3 1 1 - y. 1 X, , 3 . C 'f 'f ' fl. . lfl V z.. E z' 1, 0 1" ' Q '7 V' P JPI7.. fl? C11 . .., H Il'lLiENllYl EYER, Third Base. VVhen "lilly" went to the hat the bleachers got their 11101163778 Worth. Hle was there with the goods. DO117t mention his throwing to first or his ehewring during the ganie. ELLIS, Left Field. '4Jersey" was the big league hitter of the bunch. He never hit so often. hut when he did they were good ones. llis work in the left garden was the feature of many games, UAl'lDlI.li, l,Ilt'lIlfl'. "South liens!" lll'X'l'l' haul Ihr- Sllt'1'l'SN on the slzrh Inst' -Yl'2ll' thu! he haul in hiQ mil,-V ty.-gl,-N, llis showing' up lo the limi-ol'll1iQ xx'rilin1" has y. x x 1 . v . ' ' ' llltll llllllh.ll.lllN "mul XX1- -uw lmulqmw In hm, . F ' ' -- u lol' the Ilvzlxjx' vm! ol' our 'mill-llillg' this sm-zuxml, 13123 . .. H f-ffff' 'W' .-,' " -1' W- 'iv "vu V . . -l- -rv .. - ..:-L. ' -.szgtzrz.gn'.S.'.f,.,-"gi51,.. --. .v -1:15.-Tx.-rs-fad cum. -- .M .. . ,A - . itocfi-insinu, Second Base. Did any one ever see '4R.oo-ste-ri" get at hit? If you do, keep it silent. Even if he did not hit much, he was one of the best men o-n the teamg his Work at second was good, and his base running was phenomenal. -MEADORS, Pitcher. VVhen "Gi1sen7' was in the box we felt easy about the game. He could iput them over so that very few could hit them out. CREAL, Right Field. "Dutch" was not in collfege last year, but ye-zu' before last he was the whole "cheese,'7 both in the field and with the stick. He is inaking' his usual good showing' this season. 263 VOGLlU'l"l'li, First Base. "Spa.g'hetti', was ai first IJHSCIIIEID of some note. He' could stop the swift' ones from HI-IiUy" as easy as the tricky ones from Roch- ester. But don 't 11i'C1Tti01'1 his batting. TAYLOR, Pitch er. When Jack squinted that funny eye of his and spat' hard at a bug, we all knew he was going' to give use something' worth our time. Hie 02111110 here from some uiiknowli point in the South. li,lGl'ISl'I. i'2li'l'ill'l'. 'l"l1is Sl30i'illlt'II i'l'UllI li. NI. l. 1-annie Iwlw- with HH' illlvlliiull UI' lwzliillg' "'l'un1my" Hmm-V uni ul' his plzwv. ll has In-vu zulmui :lu 1-win lm-:ali :III ilu- si-elsml. SHI BL M I LLER, Clat ch er, This boy comes to us Well 1"G'CO'I11111.G11dGCl from K. M. I. His Work behind the bat dur- ing the first ga-mes of the season was promis- ing, but his stick work was poor. BURIRUSS, Second Base. . Burruss. is a straggler from clown South, who concluded K. S. U. needed him. He is a grad- uate from Missisisipipli A. 8 MT., 'O8. He was one of their heavy iiieu and ought' to show up Well here. EN'GL1E3, Cfoach. This lacly-killing spieciumen of a coach was refmted from, Deliver, of the VVestern L-eag-ue. Take uote oi' him. He is of the "Hurry-up Yost" type of coach, and believes in making each mean Work for his place. He is- a gracluate from Illinois Xhlesleyan, and has played League ball for some four years. 265 Tim KQlcN'1fuoK1AN Base Ball Sooros for Season 1910 .. .1 .. .9 .. .7 .. .2 .. .8 .. ...5 .. ..O .. ..O .. ..1 1 3 7 .. ..5 0 .. .0 D .. . O 7 .. ..4 4 .. ..U .. ..Jf .. ..'l 1 s 1 Op1pone1nts. Tennessee ...... . 11 Lexi11g'to11 Colts .... . 8 Ke-ntuoky Wosloyasll '..... . 5 T1'H11SY1'VH1l11?l Ulliversity . . 5 '1"I'a,111sy'1Va1Jia1 University . . 1 Louisville H. S. ....... . O Mi CI111g'2l11 .......... . . 10 C6111-1131 University' .. . 2 CfG11t1"E11 University .. . S CA6'11t1Q'H1 U111X7G-1'S1tj' .. . ' 7 Geo rgetowl 11 ...... . 4 GG01'g'QJC0fXV1l . . 2 Gehorgotown ......... 22 Cf111Cv1H1li2lt1 University .. . -1 Miami .. ......... . 1 iH0l'QZl . . . 2 Sewanee . . 5 S'0WZl.llC50' " ........... al AUlliv01'sil'x' ol' H-vorgi: , ,1.. .4 'l"m11rwssc'v . , ll Vl1lYllllUHbfl'l' . . T 21313 'EHE KENTUCKIAN D1d You Get Yours? 267 THE KENTUCKIAN GUR HAULD LANG SYNEU To the Soutliern Cliamp. We do aspire CSmvefe'tlandj We love so Well We'll mareli along o'er CHille'11me.yerj And give the Wliolel QCfa.m.ploeflll. A Along the QR.l1'od'esO we'll ride fSl1'ELDlISD marie To QMe'adorsj that are pile-aising, x And play 'um 'till t.l1fe'y'r'e, Worn tl1,1'le-ad bare Tliat We may dfo tliie Qlllielisiingfj. 'We've got to loaok up every boast And leaving not a. doubt Then every man must at his QPostj The enemy to CR1outQ. Wef'll man the loo-at at tide or elobi We 've gout to do or Clie-sir l And CEr'le'yj must We Weave our QWebbj Oi' listen to them CG-eisieirlj. To Uolinsionj, CPlu.mme-rib, CHe'ndl1'icksonj And otliers not a few CDunlaipQ and cCll:2L1I1b'6I"SlD B9'1'76'I' QFOXD We owe a CBarb-eb ezue. 268 "' "' 15-I' "" H """' A .- :--1 -z 1' ?S-"1 sf V - , Z I 1 4 f 9 . I S :NW - A D S S SN ', UNM :- M52 ., ggfxx , f if 3 ?-:Q-+121fff7fZ iq 'xflifg-222-iffgffii-1 Zia- Y L K J X f it j '-, ?if I !fs?fPf-fx kg? 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J Wmwik ,. f W I 'flflslzulfw My igjxixgx-X ,if ' A YN Wllflllllunll S' xg' F, P N '-'sw I-2 g X N- " 'XT' H I N xfxx..,xXx x :,.,- ,-ii ,R , ff f-, ,X I 269 r 1 T1-in TTENTUCKIAN I-I RRIGAN I-I IR-CLIPPING 9 byes were very considerate that niver a wan should be missed. nicer' as-fr :mg HERE I-linnessy it ainft ivery day thot a mon can Oit his plate Eagafzx- gg ' h l C , "' ' 'Q sheared clane and nivor pay a emt fur the same. Now, it was U 1 . . . . M' - ,, I a rale gmerous bunch av Seniors that wint forth armed with 11 -if . . . . . Q fll ilil the nicessary tools to give the 4'Frishis" a fra hair out. The sr A 't 2' " S :xg ' -'IJ . . 'Hr 4 They wint from room to room with as much eaushun as an amature burghler, and waked the unsuspioting laddies from their paeeful dreams of home and miither to feel the cold stheel of a pair av clip-piers. The wans who were clipped first followed in the wake of the disthioyers and watchud them with as much interest as a small bye at his first circus. They wanted to see that their eom.i'ides got the knife just the same as they had. It sames, Hinnissy, that the byes were threat-ed in the 'shomeful manner to make thim know their place around the institution a bit bitther and to show the upper classmin a leetle more resphietg and not to sthrut around the primises with a big segar in their face and about four rolls on the bottom of their breetohes like a young pa.-cook with his first ohrop av tail fithers. 'But shure, Hinnissy, and Oi think the men who eall thimsilves Seniors took this mithod as the bist way to git some swate ravinge for the mfanner in which they were threated whin they were th-e down-throdden "Frisliies." And Oi also think, Hin- nissy, that it does the byes a sight av good to 0'it a lethle r 0'l t.l 'f it g oug 1 iiea mnt. It makes thim sthiok together closer' it makes thim know' each itl '- ' 't l , 4 C icry, 1 ma ies thinr know that ther are a class and have something to fight for in the institushun. Now, Hinnissy, Oi donpt- believe in this thing they call hazing, but it did the Frishies a good turn. 270 w w y' a L..1.11-f.u- V AX' f 0 9 4 X it 433 N , ig! 1 ' K 1 I k Q? W ff Y f W VN 1 I 1 U g H ,A K x , W ,A ,, I' .. -,1 w , . .1 Ni il! f ,J if XX! 4 W lv W' IL 1 4' tw Domcr f NK + f ff NN I X WX X S XX X f W A ,lf X' A K.. M XF N A X5 ff-.HW 5, - Q F R Nw ft, 4, H" 9999 Q? - ,- -- kY ,, ,:-Qg1. if 451 f 271 l 'lfiin IQENTUCKIAN THE ILLI OIS GAM ACT T. SCENE 1. lgozrer hnll of lhe ,llrlm BIlillCl'Il7lg, the clay hefore lhe lefmifs fl,Cf7fli7'lIl7'0 for Illinois. e Oiziiisiznxf, llo erozeel of slizalehlsj 1 Tliejs want evcryhocly at chapel to-rlay. Flizsfr S'l'UDl:Nfi': That so-what are they going' to clo? SECOND SirUnif:N'r: Encourage the team some, l. guess. CMT. Szeeellrz-hcl goes hyj FIRST Sirunnniifs Come on boys, letls go up, there goes Coach Sweetlancl. lThey pass on anal up lhe steps at the encl of lhe lial'l. Enler cz, seeoml groizp of slizclenls, lcllhifng among themselves, follozvecl shorlly hy olhersg the group slopszj ORDERLY: Hey Bob I-hear you'1'e going to Ill. with the team. Wish l had money enough to go,-you can holler for me if you want to. BOB, llluntlng for Cl pencil in lifispoelvelj : All right, liuclcly.-Seen anything ot Dick this inorning? . .OnnFnLY: Nope. ' - lThe group lhep, proeeecls to chapel. Euler 001771270-7'1f7il3S eff-elels who '77?Cl7'ClIf up the sleps. College yells afre lieao'eli.j ORDERLY, llo ll"l77Zi88'lfD : Wonder if the Major :Would say anything if I went to chapel. llfnlev' Officer of the Day, ewfth sworcl and he-ll oh, cfmfafyiilizig cc, mmnflnev' of elnfueflopes ln his hcmcl.j OFFICER OF TI-IE DAY: Orderly, take these ord,ers and see if you can ind these men, and tell them that the Major Wishes to see them in his ofhce immediately. ORDFRLY: All right, but I canlt do anything until after chapel. OFFICER OF THE DAY: You might as Well go to chapel if you Want to 5 Ijll he around here now. i I lThe Orclerly starts lo chapel. The noise 0UG7'lLOCliCl has 1in,e1'eeis,eel anel ye-l'ls are much more f7'6QZl67ll.D SOFNF 2. The Chapel. l'The faculty slllflng 'ulpovzilhe 7'02S'll"Zli777f.,' the chapel cycmvlefl wlllz, Sl!!-ll01IilS. The iffmw,-ofzls classes glue yells for lhe legen. Prof. llllliflle frrises enzl efrllfs for 0l'lllI'l'. PROF. WHITE: I have decided to give up the eha.pe5l hour to-flay to the student 272 T1-IE KEINTUOKIAN body, instead of the hour on F1'id,a5y, as is customary, that we may prepare somewhat for the game with Ill. day after to-nrorrow. Prof. Miller will take cliarge of the meeting CSits d0'LU'l'b.D PROFESSOR BTILLERZ To begin, let us have a good yell. I'll ask Mr. E. Bl Webb to come up and lead. ' VVEBB, CC7't7'I7TJ8 011:15 of 25710 Soniov' 1:o1'n-015 : Come On tellers! Give them the AX. One, two, three-"Give them the Ax, the Ax, the Ax," etc. C T710 STUCZIHZT body frosponds 0nt7111siastioo77y, f0'Z70'LUt7?fg W0bb's nzvotionsj. HS. U. Ky? O-ne. two, three -HS. U. Ky., Ky., Ky." etc. 'fLocomotive,N One, two, three-Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Ky. State," etc. CP1'of. M17701' 6611773 jq7'8I7 on on-0 11.1117 15710111 on CM7f0b7l,07', 11-77 of 107110777 1'0spon17 with S71.07"f and 0n.tr71.11siast1l0 sp00o710s.j ' Pizoiu. 7M7ILLERZ Mr. Sweetland, we would like to hear from you before we ad- journ. CA 1'0y117111' s15o1'1n br011.70s fo1rt71 111117 710 is ob7'iy017 .150 CLCQOGYJT 15710 ino1It11tion.j MR. SWEETLAND, C gots up 17071779 01'11t07y 11-n1Z 10117703 to H10 front of 15710 1'os151'11.1nj : Donpt know that I have anything to say. 'Dio you fellows realize what you are sending us up against? You are sending us to Ill. with the team. averaging not over 160 pounds in the li-ne, and with the back field averaging not over 148 pounds. Ill. stood '70 points- better in the league last year than Mich. Should we win, you will claim a good share of the credit, if not all. I see large men here. There are large men in the school. Vlfhat we need is more material. . C T710 .students 1:7L001', but 11.1'0 77'L107'8 t71o11.y71tf11,7.j PROF. MILLER: Has any one else anything to say? lWAJOR UORBUSIER: Now men, we want to accompany the team: to the train in a body, and we wanteverybody to be there. We'll have the ba.nd along. The team lea.ves at 6 ofclock over the Q. 8 C. to-morrow evening. C T710 st11170n-ts 87110111 t710i1' fCl7!07'd'b76 11.ttt1511.1170 by c711ppiny their 7111n17s. Prof. W711lt0 111'is0s 111117 CZl17S17Z'llSS'08 15710 young 711271203 'LL'Ql7f7I,- ML 'bo1o' of 7113 7101117. A ftov' t710'1n 15710 f11o117ty 111117 H118 S7i'LLdG'l71fLS' pass 01125, 7011oi-ng H10 c71,c1p0'7 0n1pty.j . , SCENE 3. T710 So11.t71o1'n Dopot. CA n111nb01' of cabs 111'0 s0'0n,' T718 So11.t71 B7'0fl1C7-ilfflflf 1111' 1'."11151501's by. 61111-CZ Cl s1o1ft071 engine b11-obs af 601712770 of f1'0iy71t CCl17'S 176lSb,' 71011117 faintly in t710 171Qst'11.nc0 Clf 770177161 playing "H111f7, H1117, NLG Gainyis A77 TTl371fZ','U 11. ?J7'0'CGS87i07t 1'o-nncls' 177116 0o1'n01', and sonncl s'11d170n7y b0oo1n0s 677667-f6VlVt'll-Q. T710 ZJCH7,-CZ p711.ys "Ny 0717 K011..t11.07v11 H 01710.72 T710 students g11.t7101' on 75710 s'1f11.t1fon j77Cl1ff07'777 111117 yioo y077s for 85710711 p711y01', 25718 701117015 71f6L7J'I77'Lg 0'Z'l:777bGCZ on top of t710 0777.'lZt7J1IS'C?L9' 111117 onto ZYUYQQCLQU t1'1107's. T710 n101nb01's of 15710 ?i6Cb777f, 8666711 CCb7'7'?j'Il7?fg KL 'l7fl7'7lS0, CIKIYZ C377.C07l7'fl.UC5C7 11111115711 S7CLj7.S' 111117 771670712- s71117c0s. In t710 HYVECZST of t710 1l1j77,'0fl17' 15710 t1'111n. p1117'7s fin, 111117 11s it p11.77s Ofllib 1721777771 H10 town-, HLCT 79077161 plays "D1Ifr10." T710 stnclonts g'l'ClC77IC777:U CZ7'Sj71Cl7'SC?, on7y 11. 31111177 g7'0'llj7 1'01n111InfLn.y.j FIRST STUDENT: Pshaw, folks! Tha.t's the way we ought to send them oft for every game. l'll wager there isnjt a man on that team but 'feels that he has get to do his best. - 273 THE ITENTUCKIAN SECOND STUDDNT: That sure was the proper spirit. Theyjll "Come back With their shields or upon them." Gee, but I wish I could see the game! ALL: Well, so d-o I. Tl-IIRD STUDENT: Well, ltll t ll f t l due to the coach. FIRST STUDENT! Yes, that-'S right. ' FOURTQISI STUDRST: Tll T I iercts no possible Show of our winning Just look' The f've e you e lows 5 if we win the game the credit's all 'H av- ' cl got four thousand students to choose from. FIRST STUDENT: Ahaw, Shorty. Youtre just talking,-come on and let's go home. flllzey Zoavej. AGT II. to SCENE 1. Room 0' U7H.'UG?'5'llt'l o' lit. stu-ctof ,tx T7 J n is zo room ts ctocomtfoct with banners of New and gold, ma4'Z'.ocZ with ct big letter I. In the center of the roiovn stands at table nvith Ziootfrs nylon tt, in the center of the table its an otooti'-to lamp with ct green stzacleg tn the Z1acZ:'g1'onncZ are seen several Cots and Zi7"Ll7?,-KS. Brown sentecl at t7z.e table study- fing, Sgariinitoi: t'onng'ing nearby tn an easy 07lfCli'll7', sinokfing. Enter Titoingison, a- big fl' 7 . y . . ,1es1,nzan, biingtng cz. fncwspapoi nnctoi' his cmnj THOMPSON: There's J. B. Sprinter in my chair again.. Get up, you lazy loafer. Even if you are a Sophomore, I can lick lyou. BROWN: Now, dontt you felows go to scuitling again, the landlady said some- thing about it this morning. . THOMPSON: Chants np ct sttfjt ba-ckoct c7iwi1' to the Ztght and begins reacting the paper. After a pausej : 'fIll. to play Ky. State to-morrow. Time of halves to be onli-I fifteen minutes in spite of the fact that Student-Manager McClintock sent a man all the Way to Lexington to try and arrange for longer ones. The Kentuckians co-uld not be persuaded to change the original agreement. In view of this fact, it has been arranged that the Freshman team give the Varsity eleven a thorough try-out immediately after the game. It is expected that Ill. will defeat Ky. by an even larger score than they did Milligan last Week. Q30 to 0.j The crowd is requested to stay after the game a.nd see the fun? That's right. Why didn't they cancel the game altogether with that cave of a school, and give us Freshies a fair sho-W at themi. You kno-W, there isn't a chance for Kentucky to win. What's the use of going to the expense of bringing themi up here anyway? S BROWN: No, but our manageme-nt has made an agreement, a.nd I guess Weid better stick to it. Q SPRINTER: Yes, but it does seem a shame to take the money. THOMPSON, Aventis f1t.7'HLfZ7'D : "When: Coach Sweetland was asked whom would Win, he Said he thought that his men would put a. pretty hard iight." CTl1cy taiugtzfl. BROWN: Why, I Saw them when they came in yesterday. Some of their men look like infants. The baoks average 140 pounds, I believe, a.nd the line not more than 160 at most. Thatts a joke. fLCt'Ltig7I,S.D 0 ', 1 THOMPSON: Super time, isnpt it? SPRTNTER: Yes, letps go. fSpriiz,tc1i' Zfnoctzs the ashes frmn his pipe, fmft B'l'C7'll7l'I puts up his books. T710 three ctepairt togetiizmj 274 PIII KEN 1 UCKIAN SGLNL 2 Dzesszng Room, blale Unwezsllg sqnacl en ool ball elolhes blne anal fwhlle sioellngs lull? Sn1ellancl nallelng abonl heepmg the men OCGQLIMGCZ Some ave nasslng the ball llnlez Unwevsllg o Ill manage? He mann es fov Mo Sweellancl who eomes ont fiom behzncl a evowel 0 playevs II L M LN ICT1. O M1 Sweetlancl, We want to alrange for lO1lgG1 halves The Hffeen IHIIIUJCG halves Wlll not gue us a chance to Wolk om men out NIR SWTT FL IND If I see that the 1nen can stand 1t, we ll make some solt of an f101eement lf von ll come a1onncl along toward the encl of the last half Owmg to X1 SEIIIIGI conchtlons m the South it has been lmposslhle to llalll IOI lon0e1 halves hut lf won come alouncl then we ll see what We can do The Managev clepavls loohlng eeaeel, the bgslaneleos foldowlng hem wllh then' eaes MR SIVTIITLAND I want To seo all of the men who ale gOl110 to play to clay m hele for a moment flheg anllzelvaw lnlo an lnnev voom anal close lhe aloof, lhe loolevs anrl smabs fzemaznlng oalslele M1 Sweellancls oolee 13 heavcl bnl hes 11101 els cannot be ellszflngnlsheel The plagefs eome out Ml a ew mznales anlh leafs ln then eyes ACT III SCTNT 1 Illaln S151 eel Lemnglon Kg 1771 fvonl o Leflzngton Olgav Slove Il fls ziwlllghl Slnclenls av e lallmng ln lwos ancl lhv ees ll he only gaesllon asl eel ls Have yon heavel fe om lhe game? All ave hopzng get all av e eamng Enlef slaclenl fr om lhe clmeellon o lhe lelegvaph of eel Fmsr S1UmN1 'Ilelcgxaph ofhee lGCOIXCd vomcl that Stxte non 6 to 9 SHN XT Al ONCJ What? IIhWs that? XOIIIO Jokme, alent won? S1 COND STUDENI I clont hellexe it FIRST SFUDIFT Hem comes Wlnto Guxn and Roddy Elhott they have the telegram Ellfloll anel ll hfzle Gwyn enlel lo lhe eonnlev 111875 zelllzln lhe Cl00lZbfl1j Th slaclenls cvoflocl abofal lhem Ellzoll bzeals lhe seal ancl lr les lo veacl nnlhonl the azcl 0 a llghfl ELIIOTI Csarlclfnly yaznpzng lo lhe lzghl ancl holclmg up the leleg1a1n Walt a mmnte, he1e she comes URISXNX ILL Oct 3 1909 SCOIC, In State 6 Ill 2 AIC plauno, mqost of the tune m Ill te111t IY B01 Lowm Wow' lhe lasl aozcls ave losl an lhe yell lhe neas spzeacls lzle fzofllcl we anel yells ave heavel ap anfl clon n lhe slzeel lhe sluclenls ale seen LH a long lane, wlnelflng baeh ancl ovlh lhzoaah lhe slzeel vffllzng foanlzng lhe seoze stopynng lhe slveel eaos anal b1'oel1,ng lza ze genezally I Hlllllllll are lallzng neafz lhe enloanee of lhe place, some ale oeyolelng bal olhez s ea 111 ess lheu fem lhal I'l may gel seofe 1 STUDENT, fwho has yasl Iyolnerl lhe gzonpl hVllllC Gnyn qnst leoelvel ano'fhe1 275 A r C I 4 rx - E 'P v I I ul v wg ' v 1' 1- ff '1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 L ' '. ' ' . ' 1 . . , 1 'I1n If - p n 1"1. I .5 1L,: 7 1. 1 ' 1 1 l ' 'I 1 . . - .J ' 4, . ' ' 'A Ll. z . 1 1 1,7 I ' ' I cc -A II . 1 1 . 7 1 A ' , ' I ' 1 , 1 w ,-. , ' 1 2 ' 2: 9 . V, 1 Y 7 ' I , . 1 . ' I . ' , " 1, ' 1 - . l I 1 L4 I 1 - , . ' -' 1 ,1 5 g.I - 1 'S - rw .-' 4 ' - . 1 1 1 I . - ,- - , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . 1- A 1' '.. 1 1 1 - 1, ' ' 1 1 - ' 1 ' 1 , 1 1 1 1 11 I -' '. . 1' .1 1, 1 L 5- L . 1 -. v - 1 - ,I, , -- .1 1 1 - 1 .11 ff- . I l 4 0 l 5 u n I - I 1. ,I Iii I . . 7 7' 7, ' ' 7 311,211 1' 1 . 1 1 1. , 1 .g ' . 1 . K. 1. ' 1 ' ' l l 'l FIRST STUDENT. Honest. Vlhat s wwat twev san-Q. I , V 1 . J ' V ' I , 31 1' ,, 1+ ", , I , 1, ,, 1 - ' . 1 I ' ' - . 1 ' , V . 1 1 - . 1 II1 1 I 1 , 1 . 1 J 1 , 1 1 1I 1 , 1 I, I 11 'I . v . , rw 1 1 , ', ,11 ,'I, - -- ' -- I ' ,', -- ,. - ' 'J . ,., Q ,-1 11,-I I 1 1 I 1 1 1 ,1 1 . , ' 1I 1 - 11. I . - If . : 1 , , 1'., . 3 1 Q . ,, T I . I II I . . I. I - 'A 11.1 1 ,I . 1. I - .F F .. . 1' o . If 3 rl! 1 ,ii rl 111- - "1'1 ' 1 4 'll' 1 ,1 111 ' 1- ' -- 1, . 1 L 1 1 1 11 1 1. ,, 1 1, 1 1, 'ol 1 1 1 I, 7 1 v 1 7, -I -.f,- 1 -- fll --. 1. . ,', ,' . ' ' 1' '!, 11 " L 1' n 'f 1, X 'f 1 V I ' 'I ' 1' 1 - 4 7 1 ' . ',' 1 , 1 , X11 , , 1, 1 , 1 -- ,-,', 1 . f- F- , 4, , , 1 ,1 1 1111 . 4, 11 1' 111 I1 1,',- 1,1 1 , H . ',f . I '.' , -- - ,. .,1,. -- ',. I ,n 1 'J 7 1 r . Q' . 1I ,- 1 , L 1.1 11 111- 1 ,11. 1 . Ti-1E IQENTUCKIAN telegram saying that the game was Over, and the score Still. G to 2. Ula-ps go safiltng in the afir, and there is a fresh OZ!-ftH'6Cth7.D SECOND STUDENT: Boys, itjs too good to believe. THIRD STUDENT: Were there any de-tails? ' FIRST STUDENT z, feoeryhody wftth his month openj 1 What do you think ot Billy llodes making thirty yards tor a touch-down? SECOND STUDENT: Hurrah for Billy! fLets out a yettj.. FIRST STUDENT: Tliev sav the Ill. plavers were all around him but eOuldn't l'ee U . ,U , , J ' . x 'P him baek. FtZ89Oe S9Z1.L5ch9: Everybodyts going to meet at the Gymnasium at 7 :30 with their ni ght-gowns on and in arch up to Pat Hall and Clampibell-Hagerman. tSanze saene after supper. A long Zine of students, now two ab1'east,now in singte yile, none four abreast, march and wind throfagh the streets, all dressed tn night gowns al fit f ' ' ' nf mg: Laps, and maltfiinig ttme by counting the score-sex to two. They stop and give a yeF'Z. The leaders instinct them to be present at the etraen to-vnrorrow to receive the team home. The? then fin .' 7 ' d distance. J avet of own the street and are lost tn the SCENE 2. The Southern Depot. CI t ts cloudy and has began to rain, but the students are standltng wndev' the train shed and a erowd is seen wtthfin. The t0'0O77Z0'lft'U0 whistles a.nd the heavy train pulls ing the rain has relaxed a. Yittle, and a targe Ct?'Cft0 ts formed in the drtoe-way, a passage way hetng Zeft open, and down tt tlhe players file eaoh being cheered as h L I , 1 i 0 aP77ea.1s. The stadentswa-771: - .. Z -d T 'f A ' ' afzonnf an shale hands wtth the team nzevnbers and the eoaeh. The min bectns afain, and the '7Ct'l8f'1'8 take th e ear. Under the ioreh . J J . of the station Dick Wehh is telling some students of the gdinej 7 1 V EBB: All the credit s due to the eoaeh. Hte did it He simply kept us so busy f l NX e c idn't have time to think ot the ga.me beforehand. 'llook us to the Show the night before and Walking in the morning. We eouldn't have done anything if he hadnft been alone. D PROF. WILSON: Yes, sirg that sure was good netws, to get in here in the evening and find the seore 6 to 2. Tenn. was beaten by N. Carolina 3 to O. Theyire good and mad now, and' are coming up here determined to beat us it they ea.n. Thev thought they had a Crack team down ther ffl T th about the game, M r. Sweet-land. MR.. STVEETLANDZ Pin more worried about the game next week-- T PROE. W ILSON: Now see here, Mr. Sweetland 5 We're getting on to that frame of f 1 4 ' V C l I O' yours. Tliese fellows around here know how to play a trump onee in a. While themselves. e R ren e season opened. But tell us MR. SNVEETLAND-I Well,t ,, , . .5 - Q T 1 1 L CQ? XVQ1 been beaten. ' O tell the truth it thOv'd done themsely gs 'usti 'l PROF. WVILSONZ O, of course, We understand. MR. SWVEETLANDZ No, that's the truth. Cflfter a short pa.nse.j We won the toss and ehose the west Goal. Tl l" 1 e - - - ' s ' Q, iey ticked Oti' and on the first down the ball was passed to Shanklin, and he kicked it down the he-ld sixty-tive yards. 'lllie wind carried the ball. . l ' T ' e T s- 'T ' ant gave Oni men. plenty of time to get undo 276 r it. fProf. llllzftsoin TI-IE KENTUCIIIAN eagpresses his ClCZ777,'l:7'CL'?l'I0'77,. Mr. Sweetlanci contimtes. The forward passes they got Off 'were the mo-st weird things. I PROP WILSON: That so? Were there a.ny long ones? I MR. SWEPTLAND: Yes,--long ones, thirty feet long, and short ones only fo-ur feet long. In some they passed the ball as many as five times. PROF. WILSON: Hin! How. 'did we stop them-? V ' MR. SWEPTLLAND, Qoalmlyj 1 O, one of our men happened to be around. fEve1'y one Zau.g71,s.j The beginning of the second half they p-ut in some new men. I PROP. WILSON: Well, did that he-lp them any, or did we run over them the same as ever? MR. SvvPPTLAND: Yes, that helped them some. PROP. WILSON : That was certainly great that our men held them. I wonder what Chicago thinks about it now. I-Iow was their safety made? MR. SWRPTLAND: They blocked our kick, and an Ill. man got the ball, but he wasn't content and tried to throw it. Our man got the ball, but behind-the line. PROP. WILSON : Well, wasn't that illegal. The umpire must have tightened up some. . MR. SWPPTLAND: Yes, but that was only natural. If I had been umpire I nright have been tempted to tighten up some t.oo. QLCLKLLIQIIMD When I remonstrated they told me I didn't know anything about foot-ball. Q.La.'ug71,.j PROP. WILSON : Piut did they say anything more about the halves after youvgot to Urbana? I MR. SWPPTLAND: I told their fellow to come around toward the end of the second half, and if I thought the men could stand it we would make the half longer, but he didnit come. PROP. WILSON: What do you suppose was the matter? MR. SWVEETLAND2 Our mien ma.de an onside kick and got the ball again on their five-yard line- - PROP. WILSON: And time was called? MR. SIVEETLANDZ Yes. fLaiug71,. The min has again let up, fmicl M 1'. Sivemflancl avid Prof. Miller, 1071.0 71118 c:ovnie up iufitii, cm 'lL?7lfZ17'0dZCI,, lea-ve-.J 277 ri"Ev!!!!3E-L ! Z EXQWCE 2 1 TZHZVZS! M N! uw W ZFQQE Rev 3 is!!! !!!!!M!!! 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A -2, 5, 1 .LJ f.l -li SL . A ' J' f1l'i , ?l , I , -1---u 'lj 1 1. ,. X-....,1.., 1-3, -' t' 5' :E wa '- f JF' ' ' ' ' . .5 W -. -H 25 :-5-, f., Ilya .. 1 - ' A , F "1 ---Q' 'I Q4 bs? IMU5, 7 'Z f gn 'K' 1 -' I ' V iff f- -' +11-W0 ffl WW ? f I F' 1. 1' ' ' M -1 -kyfsfu ffl! Ita J' 5 '9 -',f. .. Ear- ai, ' ' rw a 'fl A M- UC '- -:-.- e. .:,! MII' 5 . ' , . , , r - ---x. - I I - 1 , , .:., 1 I . rlwn. f 'ff fm ' I , ' .I Af' If , -lf' -, .' . " -p "' " 7 ' ' al. . ,Fa V' :Q '- .I . U ' ' EHZI EW . DEQ' ' naw Who Had the 280 Key. Tm KENTUCKIAN . I-lal1ey's Comet or I-lall's Airship The following article ap-peared in one of the engineering magazines of recent date: ' Due to the fact that seine of our noted scientists have advanced the -theory that the tail of -the recent coniet is coinposed of a noxious, life-destroying gas, and that the earth 'will pass through this gas, thus destroying a.ll living inatter. Mlr. J. H. Hall, a senior nieehanical engineer at Kentucky State University, has designed a very ingenuous piece of apparatus for preserving the lives of a few of his chose-n friends during the time the earth is passing through t.he tail of the Cornet. The scheme consists of a. large ark soinewhat like the one built by Father N earn, except that it will be air tight and iitted with modern propelling inaehinery 5 also a plant for generating an abundant supply of oxygen. Upon this oxygen and the food stored aboard Mr. Hall expects to keep his party living until they have passed out ot the gases. Mr. Hall proposes to launch this monstrous life preserver at Norfolk, Va., and while the earth is enveloped in the gas of the eoinet he will be sailing the briny deep. lf time pernrits he proposes to inake a tour of the prineaipal parts of the world, taking observations and noting the effect of the catastrophe in different elinrates. The entire list of those who are to acconrpany Mr. Hall has not been completed, but it is known that he will ta.ke ai :few noted speciiniens of humanity to propagate lfuture generations. Those who are intimate with Mr. Hall have been informed that the following are some of those 'who will be saved: - The entire bunch ot mechanical engineers of State University, including our mascot, Master Dfulaney O,Roark. These men will take charge of all engineering projects in the new work. Teddy Roosevelt, who is expected -to raise a lfainily which will ilfuinish presidents and sportsmen., John D. Rockefeller, who is financing the altair, Prof. F. Paul Anderson, who is to found some great engineering schools when we are free, Mr. J. B. Macaflfee for the kindness he has shown to the senior mechanieals 5 Prof. A. S. Mfackenzie, who will take the place of Sain and Lee Schu- bert in the theatrical 'world of the future. L. E. Nollau, photograp-her, Prof. Walter ll., two fresiliimen Qnaines not givenj, to preserve as specimens of brazenness, Tom Aubery of the boiler house, George Washington., 'fOld Jane" will be the only dumb brute on the trip unless Mr. Qlilall, decides to take Toni, the Mechanical Hall cat, to whom he has become very much atitaelied of late. p lt will be noticed that no civil engineers are included. lt was found impossible to take them since they cannot live without "booze" and none can be taken due to the danger of an explosion in the presence of so niuch oxygen. Also no women, as there will be an abundance of those who have taken a course in brass and copper beating at State University 'wlio will not be injured by so small an incident as the earth passing through the tail out a comet. li. Cf. R. it 231 Q . '- 'YN 'K Q r l 4 THE KENTUOTQIAN The Freshman-Sophomore Flag Rush For a month a war of words, menaces and threats had been in progress. Liife around the ado-rmsi' at night hung heavily with those 'who liked to get as much as two or three hours of quiet out of each twen-ty-four. Even the inhahitants of 'fHeaven'f had been aroused at the hour of midnight more times than once by such unearthly shrieks and demoniacal yells as f'Freshmen, freshmen!" 1 and "Sopho- miores, this way 1" lt was, ho-wever, only the annual passing of hot air between the Freshman and Sophomore classes and really there was little -danger of a fight because each party seemed to fear the other. The affair went from bad to worse, and one night the mechanical hall was the scene of a. lively time, and next morning one or two faces were decorated with peculiar mrarks and scratches which went to prove -that . war had actually begun. 1 It was decided on all sides that nothing less than a flag rush would restore efice and order To this mode of settlement some members of the faculty objected P' c . . ' Y . l vehementl for reasons best known to themselves. The affair was, however, arranged Y and on the morn of October G the 1913 banner of black and old gold floated high above the front camfpus.,y All details had been previously arranged, the rules govern- ing the contest had been drawn up-, the commandant a.nd two iliaculty mzembers were to re-feree the fight. At 1 p. mi. the Sophomore band of eighty members charged the "Freshies'J who were more than 160 strong. lt was a rough and tumble ight that ensued. The second year mien could not hope to take the banner without the use of strategy, and early in the contest this hope was crushed when they were deprived of their chains by the referees. While it is our duty to give the world the facts and not to criticize any one we ilieve that the referee committee plainly oirtsteppied its bounds, and instead of enforcing the rules, made a new one. However this is past and we do not wish to raise the dead. The fight which lasted four hours, was a fierce one. The "Sophs." were not only out numbered, but the Freshies seemed better organized. Yet with defeat staring them in the face, and though few of themi were able to touch the flag-pole the Sophs. fought as if they were conhdent of victory. During the fight the f'Sophsf' made a charge with a wagon attached to which was a long crane. This at-tempt might have been successful had not the carriage on which the crane was mounted wrecked. During the fight several f'Freshies,' were captured and imp-risoned in the gymnasium. All, however, made their escape before the ight closed. A large crowd of visitors witnessed the affray. While the fight was a good one, so far as scrapping goes, we call it a failure because it is an impossible thing for eighty men to take a. flag from a piole fifteen feet high guarded by a hundred and sixty men, without using stratagem. At five in the afternoon the referees announced that the victory went to the Freslimen,.who in turn went wild with delight. They were the hrst class that had ever succeeded in keeping their banner flying till the close of the rush. The flag twas put rip so well that after the iight it took forty-five minutes to remove it from the pole. ' 1 283 If OX '72 Q ZQTOTL I' - fT'cm F s iameb Jwims ' afLx GN HS THEY ARE 284 Tun KENTUCKIAN Characteristic lnitials L. M. ALLISON 1 Lend Me Anything. W. F. OLARK: With Flesh Oaifnivorous. W. G. OLUGSTON: Wild Guin Ohewer. W. E. Mfo'sBY: Will Engineeii- itayiiei? A. HUBBARD: Always Howling. F H. W. SMITH: His Way Superlative. S. IH. STIVERS: Shoot Him Soon. K. M. SO-HOENE: Kissing May Shook. . L. S. O'RO'ARKi: Ladies Should Oniit. W. ROBERTSON: "I Will Read" Csee K. M. SJ F. GARMANE '4FraidD of Girls. ' R. G. STRONG: Right Good Scientist. I. E. REMBOLD: E-l-ini-e-it Re-in-b'-ld, 'fever repeatingj J. F. GRTMES: 'fJolie, Fun, G-i1'ls.77 Y ' G. BEOKER: Good Boy. H. GARR: Have' Gare. F. F. OAWOOD: Fast, Furious, Oapricrious. J. G. ESTlES: J. Go Eat. PAGE B. BLAKEMORE: Pointed But Briliant. R. R. ATKTNS: Roaring Rules Always. R. A. LOYVRY: Ruiniuy At Loving. SARAH R. MARSHALL: Shall Rule Men. G. P. MILLS: Gone Past Matheniaties. L. l. OGATA: Lies I Originate. W. W. PREWITVF: With Wreiteheitl. Past. S. W. SALYERS: Sure Wants Squashes. SHELBY SHIANKLIN: So Sweet. HENRY HALL: Just Hard Headed. llff. J. FRANKEL: ll'l0l"l"V J ingling Freak. Q85 wx? x f 'll' pf Z' iiagg' of nock, George 81 Geor9Q ' 4 V MZ Q23 4 W 4, W c O HHH HQ! on W Mfg f Q 33536 Off 6 w fyff M ffw f ff W View DIC 1 PeTe om! Funk ' Bunch ob P -' , - '90 1 " Q I 7 ' 1 ' I1 .2',j V I ' . ' 72 I ' - M-Z , ' ' if .- r Q, ' ., V 1 -. ,. 7:2 Z 5 ' ii Q , .. uf ', www H ,L , . .4 , M' X A . Mm. Q N , ' ' W, . . my x , Y fl, M 1 14.221 iw ' . - , , f ' W 15 1. 1 - . ' : :M 0 6 1 . , sf',,Hi' I k p 1 ,-,V ,J . ' - ' 4 1 x g if- L , I , 'f " f ' 4 V- ffl, 1 0 -. 1 , . 1 f rr ' ' I , 'i 1 A xx ,, R .W , ' ' ' X 1 x 1 , , , AS THE Y ARE 286 Love's Tribute He places it before her, a token of his love, 'Tis easy to ado-re her, ,tis harded tho' to pro-ve. He is a Philippine, magnificent to see, His clothing is a. bolo, a dress quite cool and free. Hle puts before his lover a grinning huinan head, It once adorned a warrior-the warrior now is dead. Back in the swainpy forest, the warriorjs body lies, Swarnring on his noble breast, the niaggots and the flies. She shows her adiniration of such a gift as this, The lwarrioifs coinpensation, a, Philippine kiss. He is a college student, a noble youth is he, She is a lovely co'-ed, as pretty as can be, He gives this lovely niaiden violets, truest blue, The gift with fragrance laden, sweet as the new-born. dev He shows his love in this way, the flowers tell her so, The flowers tell without delay the things that flowers l The inessage given to her, she siniles and turns away, The ardent college lover takes a kiss and wins the day. Which is the truest lover? which is the better way? Which is the infost roinantici? we lin-ow not, Who shall say! b I lfff All ' fl .ltx f ' T H oly ti! it ff TO ' fQ ,..f:. ! f A tl i T l l X r 5 it T i Xtra yy O T 3'7fQf?Q'f ft 'l D X J Zyfpfyy' It ji 287 V 7 snow, I. CEOINTRIBUTED T1114: K11:NTUCK1AN C1.A55uQAL 5zLn-c0u5TTE5f fMfW - - ji iii f V six - 1,11- UNIV f-X 288 TIIE ITENTUCKIAN Tid Bits from the Professors fRoocZ in voice of ,each Profosov' 01' to the tu-no "Way Down on the Szocmeoo Ribbov SPEEDY: "Read it on the Vernierf' DOPE: "Not by a row of apple trees." J. MORTON: "Beta.r and Thetar are the angles? TUTMOISE: C'You shock me? . , NORWOOD: "But you C'3Il,t get rid of JEl16APllOSPllOIOHS.77 BILL SNYDER: "N ow in other wordsfj YEMMIE: "In a true republic." LITTLE MAN: "Put your work on :L higher plane." SANDY:,"As I was saying before that billy go-at butted inf, SNOW: ffCome outside and have 21. cigarette, but do-n't smoke in the hallsf' WALTER K.: "0rclerly send Mr. Smith up to my roomif, FOXY: "Dorma.nI Dawson! Doe! Dent! Go to the board!" BGWE: "Be able to remember where you can flnd the information. DANIELS: C'Go right on with the next bottle." MONK: 'fThe Athletic Association is in need of funds." 289 words QQ! music L9 j.T,CoTfOQ NOC fg1ijg :!ig5 ."'- E5 ' ' ' j 2 W Q ,, A HE! EJLH mimFFgfFg?raia 1:55 Md fQ,1519g1+gj givjf I. 4 shrine of cvirg Sfud-en+'s heuff,Our H W- ma a e , fied nvnd True, Mr 2 H 2' - Tho71h gears sped swyfr a-wag,W511le here we 50+ 0+ learn-un9'sfee+,The . . 1 , ' 1' f' 1 ww:ggggEwJmEinErQCH fi ZF 1?-3-'h?jh1'F1iJl 1- fem-ipwroughfhggigg-nc '2gr,Cani?:floikdc1Ef OE! K 5Dl:gf?!Vlol 4 1 , ' . 1 .. ' l A 2.Trea5-urecf wie-dom of ' G C1G,Q,HUSqf1Lj5"l proved G Hess- mg sweefwuso fEEE5E3mCFlEEfEi553 l . , V. , J O V l N P I 4 . f9gJEifUEf?FWfTfE 1. ieglf- 16 51LGI7d.l1Sl"5+0'ig"I9 Hills, He! ffuxglffodlg fowl-IJ tif EQQZQHM 2 A 11 . A- .f'W"T'Y'F r ' I .K7iQ7'Fbj IQQQ5 JV0 liHg'Gr' f1ef6,Rncl Iva?-P191 Qourts once more refnew,MH1 wEEEEEfT,bEbu Ei 290 if fi Mipxi dp -Q :maj 1. Clear Her i-vg mon-Heel woffs ,How love en slwrineshef so-cred Trees Q. in +1191 hal-lewd Freicinds cfearpeuf Ffli-mc? 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A- :':- -. f N W if 4 A J. lk .H -'I 'If-VI :Z -' gf Q4 N, Ms-1ijg.1izf.i3TV 3551: veil' 3314-7 lfza-'11,-I5-?.i. iffm 5+ +mg1,.,,fQ., Q Sy new -Q ,AA-dxf-LH'-1x 4--H355-1' -L" v I mf-Sf. ' 'i.-.-....'....t. . .TH '--1, "ffl-Y "1"' f' ik 'inf' 47"-f-?Y9Q5l"' - '--'- 'f'.'-'j, "I ."7',3'.1p.1 " ., .writ I' "' 1 F vi' n I' ' 35,ll'..'Ly:4:'y.. IM ,:- givin My -:LT,l,v4f uf1 li.. 'Y lll. in 1 NN-if I -I H: SIU lxyfzl, :X kuwj 111 ' 'LII' ,I xlfwlynw 1 ' f .1 'xi J I 't,h'lu1m" l'v1'i,xNNll!I V ull' W 'U ' ' 291 Pf'Hce:rs of the Batallion ,- 4-J Lu s-4 VY Fi 'Z L-3 C1 Q P-3 fN o-4 R if 'Z THE IPENTUCKIAN Late Fiction C0012-clulcrterct by Dalton Arab V L0fUG1"S 0010, Two cmd T7m'eie is a oharmin g little romance by the versatile writer, Mrs. Eloise Ginn. Popular edition 85.00. A Study of Ma-rslt Gas is a deeply seientitio treatise on a subject of great im- portance and of vital interest. It comes from the pen of that genial author, Robert Adams. All bookstores 100 per copy. i The Years I Spent tn College is a complete review of the past eight years ot life at the State University of Kentucky. This book will undoubtedly iindha ready ' ' ' t 1 ' ' ' " i ' U ' l. Xt fntands 332.00 sale since it is from the entertaining miter, Dutch Cree f nevs per copy. Ulaooismg Men Frtemts is a guide to sure happiness that should by all means find its Way into the hands of all eo-eds. lt is a. dainty volume from the gifted pen of Miss Flo Crowder. 260, per copy. y Bill C'o'ZZe-ottng by that pest of all seniors, Roy Crain. This is undoubtedly a great author's Chet d'o-nne. Bargain sale now on a.t Kirby's. 5e the copy. Evtls of lmttattons by Ko Kondo. A work of puree Japanese virility. Adopted as a text book in a great many colleges and high schools. Ninth edition now on sale. 5626.00 per volume. Cu.Ztfu1'e of l70to'e.s a, highly instruetiee and deeply interesting collection of anec- dotes trom the lite oft Mr. Beokner from Purdue by that gentleman himself. Three copies for le, . tl 'll' 10 diami in three acts from the pens of those now C'ampas Cummffag a irin g fc, z. , e C i . ., famous eollaboraties, Misses Bennett and Cary. 2617.00 per copy. hensive work on this subject, How I Would Rim the U fl?,'t'lJf3'l'8'lit1U is a. eompre and is our nrst production from the hands of that gifted gentleman from Georgetown, Professor Terrel. At all book sellers, 200 per thousand. 293' 1,1 1 w o 1' 1 THE IQENTUCKIAN Ladies' Choice positively the inost sensational bit of fiction offered t-his year. Dealing as it does with that phase of college dances with which so few of us are familiar it is bound to have a. big sale. This work is edited by the renowned "Spot"' Giltner, 260.00 per copy. Merrick Lodge Bluilding. V Fifty Lynnizafvcns, a. clever sketch by that ever charming lunno-rist, 'CTiny" , ., Clark. All hotels and restaurants, 60c per dozen. A if l.l I 1 1 il ii ,tl V 1 t Chapel Singiozg, a dissertat.ion of annual interest to all new students and some '! old ones. The author is dee J-lv interested in this 'work and has had some ex Jerience 'g il . " . . . .5 'y along these lines. By Professor Janies White. Give-n away free. D Q Our High Salafrzfecl Gmclmzftcs by Professors Anderson and Mackenzie, is of a f y g A certainty the niost unique volunie of its kind. Guara.nteedV to cure insoinnia. At all j second-hand clothing stores 15c per copy. I i J - ,, 1 . . . , . 1 l 1 My Sovfs Eel-uccziioni, a. book tor all young parents by that experienced author, 5. Professor Leon K. Frankel. On sale June lst. 31.50 per issue. l 4 ' I li! VH f 4 7!i 1 4 ,I wi 1' I if E wil ,V '- 1 all f I Q '1 50.54 ' X I gl, sg' i 1 1 ll l 0 'vw 1 f rms 1 Q , . , ' 13.5. l :g e Q V f lfiiiklt lil rjlfxiizxb Q ,saga ft, IV V 4, .fkg I mfg? 0, 14 - 7 V gi - fp HV ' r--Z4 4 . ,ff - 9 V-Y.. ,. ' igiivgqg 4,4 ,, ' - A ':Q.,,a..:g2s3 - sig? f V-rffyzk. "SO 1 ' H23 4, "fi . V X iff? A , , vi far? 'H 1' . . .V H1129 'A' t i ' ig: M - V . it ' i"???' WV? f r,..- ' V' .., do-115' ' !W'?i'f' ' 'Q 4 ,N , VV X5":'5ff? K , . ., ,,faJ?f I "i14j":2-is.,-V:Qa - V ' '3:'...::,,s 4 ,F asa: f, . .- ,..,. 1' 11,1 2 94 1 THE KENTUCKIAN X r Q , Q Y S'-, V. ' if. Q M I if QQ . Q, x-.1 6 , A fn. 4, J 4 , ,K ,fh mf f' , X 1 If f ff W5 1. 1 It 7 gif 1 13 X, ' I' ,K 1 4 .ff K , f , , yen .JM ,yi 295 V W f "HUBERD LOGAN .... "HY" NELSON ....... THE KENTUCICIAN Kill' Kate Convention QHeicZ Avimzalfy fin "Hecwm'L."j MOTTO: 'fK.are killed the liatf' COLORS: Blue and Red Chips. BEVERAGES: Anything but Water. MEMBERSHIP: QRestrieted to Chapel Attendersj. OFFICERS. , PETE DAWSON .... L C .... I ...... . DAN TERR-EL .. DICK EDWARDS . . . HSODAU SHUFF .... HBOOGERD GARVIN . . . . . . . . . . .Free Lunch Graliber. NSVHORTYD BARROWS . . . Q 296 ... ..4. Able Lady Wooer Chief Keg Buiste . . . .A. .nti-Water Wagon Fiend . . . .Wiley Corlcserew Handler . Bubble Blower . . . .Blind Baggage Sniashei' . .Messenger Boy VN u WA 0 ZZQ 297 THE KENTUCKIAN ant Column WVANTED-A chance to graduate soine time during the next decade. WA NTRD- POSITION J OHN WILHOQITE. inonths. EARLE B. WEBB. WANTED-As hotel entertainei' and general lady's nian. WALTER FOX. AVANTED-A man and his wife to take Care of a helpless inibecile. "LAZ'J BRIDGES. AVANTED-A vacation at soine line suniineii resort where young inarried eouples are 7 ll ANTED- WTANTED- XVANTED-- WVANTED- not obj eetionable. 1 . ARTHUR ELAM. niy photo. SHELBY PGST. V To know what becoine of two young ladies holding kodak ease in Wood- land Park last September. 'GHOSSU TERREL. At once a shaveless face. High price for eai'l.y offers. MGLOOMYU BROWN. A position in vaudeville. Giant swing and jaw breaking stunts. "JO'E"' SHELBJY. 298 Stable rooin for two Latin ponies and a Greek Colt during the suiiiniei' To know who pla.yed that jo-ke on nie about the Louisville papers needing TIIE IKENTUCKIAN PHILOSGPH CE 755 my EY EH? if 'l I '4 ' A 4 W - fm ,f6JJ5'1.QYp ' f Ulgfiw .KJ 7 EVNMJ . X SV ' XD " D P' f - x I l ff' f A r 299 l ll 5 'r l .I 1' il A 1 ,l 1 , I ,lx lm i . THE KENTUOKIAN TEsT1MoN1ALs ,u . W, l V f, v. ' il ,Q l I iq! I an ,ll ,f To the Tartlidge Company, Boston, Mass. I ll ' flflg Q Dear Sirs: I 'write this to inform you how much your system for growl-ng p I taller has benefitted me. All my friends have noticed it. Yours truly, - 5 MSONNYJ' ALLISON. I N "itll t tl a1lll.,a Vital' 1, Kill fl i"I-rg ll. 1 ,l1l'Il'4: Q ill il To the Rucatan Chicle Company, Chicago, Ill. A I! . l litff Dear Sirs: I have been chewing your gum steadily for ten f1Oj years and A , Y' , l at have not felt the slightest effects. In fact my cheek has developed wonderfully. l fl I y A, Most respectfully, - gi Ml ' ffeurruvff onuosfron. Q 1 ,5 W. lil I Q bt ---- 4 lull r l W . ' . l M To the Throg in the Froat Company, Greenville, Me. t g ll lt . . . pl l Dlear Sirs: I have been usino' four cure for hoarseness lor several vears and now X ! 1 I . D - 7- . w ll i ' have a beautiful bass voice. Xours truly, il l' ll D l l F enonen Bnolrqntn. l l f ---r l . .l ' 3 l f l . . . . Ill l j To the Persian Aftections Retainer Company. ll l 3 I Dear Sir: The charm you sent worked like a. charm, and is still working. it yi lt V Always Yours, I2 ROBERT ATKINS. l l y n... rl ll ,I l l' , . To the Stalding Sporting Goods House, New York City. 4 l ' 1 Messrs. Stalding: I have been studying your base ball gui-de for the past. siv years l and can say that I do not believe my ball, 'playing is a. bit Worse than it was three 9 years ago. 'Ilruly yours, , l l l A 'CPUIS-H" LEWIS. l 1 , 300 THE IYENTUCKIAN I To the U. S. Army I-Ileadquarters, Washington, Db. C. Most IIonora.ble Sirs: I have greatly profited by my study of your military Tic Tacs. I can now "about face" perfectly. Respectfully, PHIL WARREN. To the La Rose Po-mpomv Comp-any, Paris. , Gentlemen: I have been using ye ,ir complexion cream since childhood a.nd find itall you advertise. Yours for success, "SPORT" WALLER. To the Gage-Downs Company, Chicago. Dear Sir: Just received my last order and find it very satisfactory. I like the perfect glove fit. - Yours truly, I-IAL TOWNSEND. To the Dream of Heat Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Dear Sir: I have been using your breakfast food for nearly three weeks and anyone can rea-dily see that I am in perfect health. KJIMJ' DORMAN. 301 'l F i 1 1 I 1 , ,V fl x " if Q ' I . l W i THE KENTUCKJAN 1 . UNANS VV ERED QUES I IONS E l ir 'li 1 gi W L11 'll 5. -ill fl ---'- My ll i 5 . y flgf gf Why the shops were turned into a brass beating plant for ladies? lilji it ' V w it lg lVhy Garvin likes 'to go to Sunday School? ' 4 t 4 fi Q it . ll 11 ,y l ' lflif 5? . . . I diff my When Hillenmeyer will graduate? ff las iq i by ' ' sw!i.':Ff:i How Jersey Ellis came to play in the last C. U. basket ball game? z -Fit W lil f ' li s ' 4 si li , liq Why Miss Jones Spent part of her vacation last summer in the mountains? LV ti . 1 - il il ll if How did E B. W ebb get to be a Senior wh M 141 WV le . . . . l g ii," Why Bridges did not go to Illinois last June? Q 1 sy: L ill ln 'ZH Why Kondo came to IX. S. U.? l . 5 QQ Why the Senior Civils work so hard? 3. ii Where Shelb f Shanklin Went every da f at noon durin ' January and February? iy il i ., 5 U . ' ill X i i i' i - . . . . , y W y Why Miss Hayden took up Civil Engineering? i I Why Hy Nelson takes midnight Walks? Fl Why Hal Smith took Cfiivil Engineering instead of becoming 3, politic-ian? .s q 'l 5 AQ, gy When H. H. Hudson W-ill pass out of solid geometry? vl 5 , . f Q Who is the "Me-lins Food ba.b-y"? My My 5 ll hen the Junior Mechameals will invent a new game? Wy! 1 li V, in Why Sprig Ebbert Wears red' neekties? M yi How many times Terrell and Allison h-we :lfz .ll 1 1 on olif the '4Water Wagon ?" 55 302 Q RQ5 A X w2',::1 - - V ,. Sv' Q v f 3 1 sf ,., . . -91' , , ., . ,, . ,. ,W ' F I 9 I.-B e Clrv- O 23 O I-3 Tun KENTUCKIAN SOME CLIPPINGS 'llhe ifollowing items were taken lironi an issue of the "Idea," dated March 10, 1932, which came to the home ol? Mr. flieonard Bridges, Superintendent of the Lamp Department, olf the General. Eleetrieal Co. Some of the older generation may recall that Mr. Bridges was an associate editor of the 1910 lKQ11t2L1C1li1311. 'CTHE IDEA? Published hy the Kldeaj' syndicate. W. GEORGE CLJUGSTON, JB., Editor Il. YAUGHN HUSON, Business Manager The following memhers ot the Syndic-ate are guilty of this issue : ROBERT JQNES ATKINS EGBEBT ADAMS - S. C. EBBEBT, JB. BEN HAYDEN C-O LL-INGS Mr. Hal. W. Smith, Chief Engineer for the Pennsylvania. Bailway, paid his son. Walker Smith, a short Visit Saturday. Mr. Smith eould not resist the temptation to visit his old hunting ground, "The Boyalfj while in Lexington. While there he was agreeahlfe surprised to meet his old pal and elassmate, Dan. Terrell, who is now a prosperous farmer residing near Georgetotwn. Congressman E. B. Wehh, ilfroni the Ninth fD'isti'ie:ti, was here last week with the eomnrittee ilironi, the Leg'islature looking over the llilllYUl'r1ll Y Mr W l l ' A . . 1, . . e mi was instru- mental in securing an apiiiroipi'iation of one million dollars lor iuiprorenients at- the 3041 THE IQENTUCKIAN University. Mr. Webb is still a bachelor, although he was one of the lady killers of the Class of 1910. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Robertson, of Philadelphia, visited their daughter, Katherine. at Patterson Hall, Sunday. The State University basket ball team returned Saturday from a successful 'trip through. the East. Of the live games pla.yed only one w'as lost. The scores follow: K. S. U.. . . . . . 21, Pennsylvania. State . . . . . 11 K. S. U.. .. 34, Navy ............ . .. 26 K. S. U 14, Princeton ,, 20 K. S. U.. .. .. . 27, Harvard .. . . . 20 K. S. U. .................... 4135 Syracuse ...... ...... . . .. 18 T'he game with Princeton was played under Y. M. C. A. Pules which may account for the loss. ' The opening of the new Mechanical Hall, which has been erected during the past two years at a cost of EiS800,000.00, was an important event of last week. Mr. Ben H. Logan, 910, is taking the place of Professor F. Paul Anderson, as Dean. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Garvin visited friends in the city Saturday. Taking their camera they strolled -through the once familiar paths of Woodland Park. Mr. Garvin was a member of the Class of '10, and is now President of the New York, Xew Haven and Hartford Railway Company. The Art Museum received last week a. magnihcent,contribution in the form. of six drawings, from the pen. of the well known artist, Richard Edwards. 1,-.--.W-.-.rf Miss Sarah Marshall, Director of Physical Education for Women, and her class returned from Vassar, Sunday, where they took part in a gymnastic tournament. 305 Woul d Would Woul d Would Would Would Would Would Woul d Would Would Woul d Would W oul d Would Would Would Woul d Woul d Would Woul d Woul d "State',? you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you you TI-IE liENTUCKIAN ULD YGU? Mitakeu or Khzzv? deceive Aunt Lucy? put ipecac in the punch? help bury iWillis Sniith? bet on our basket ball teani? alwa.ys take notes in "K,inlcyJs" lectures? believe 'fl-ly? Nelson had a girl? believe George Washinoton ever bought a. turke f? O Cb 23 . vote 'fwetv or "dry"? think Transylvania ever would have a foot-ball team? buy a dictionary if you were ai Freshman? drill if you did not have to? rather your girl would walk to Merrick Lodge? ' always live in a college boarding-house. think that any of the faculty are narrow minded? niiss having sat in the "peanut galleryv? refuse when sonieone o'll?ered to treat? if -you could do away with first hour classes? like to begin at the beginning of enjoy another year in Chemistry? inatheinatics again? have been a. Mechanical Engineer if yo-u had seen "QDopc'9 urst? be able to calculate how soon f'l'10'0"'i' M M M 306 Lggy oore 'will get away fi 1 QM? Wx X? Q 2 wfx 11 5 4 I f' V 1 7' MQ 1 fv- 1 Xxxx Three o Q Ku and ard To beef I9 m e JN1 wx Q1 X Xe I, A M 4 VVEJ ,' 41 m1 fm X Q by 1 6+ A' 1 gf E M X 9 W 1 1 ff xy! 111 V 1 2 V +1 A11 1 ' ' f V1 M11 f X x1 A6'f 1 11 if? 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V ' - YU if A H 4 f:fwr.,I3'P ' L L ' N x - A . 1 I - D . .1 . 1 , X- 5 .N S-H ' , 1? Q . J' , 4' , 3, ,N 1: ,A ' f -L-1L. 1 .X of 1 1 '-A2211 f 1 5 . f . N f " M, ' . ' .: fm , 'J - N " A V 7' 4 , , -wx, 1 ,. 1: .' . X. -' A, V .. wx , Nz., ,43.H,,,.:. -. ,. km Q , "i, 5' -inf. , - Q- N.,,,, Q' Q Q ' Q - he 1 A ..... -,vvtg-, Q l i 1 . i A i I L A f lgl all ily llx PHE IIENTUCKIAN SN SCENES iam were ONJT You know we sonietiines wonder if there is not a few neo ala. mass!!! Q51 ' "b ' ' 'Q in this world wl1o live and die without. realizing what beauties X ' l"'y ,N nature has to show us, if we would only look and see theni. ' 017' v .' 1, 1 , . ' .. - - Sy . igfll ,f .3 ,1 How many lJ11Sx, sraip mornings have you slipped and slid . N -av . . . . . . 55' iv. along Liiuestone with your whole bodv tingling with life and lui '?, If 421,85 ,.,,. . I Q ' "'5 turned 1n the old bio' Oat t 'fSt1t 2' , g ge e a a we and passed along under those trees bowed dow-n with a burden o that niein ory with you? Q 'E 'fthe beautifulf' Won't you 'always carry Or, perhaps, you used to conie through Judge Mulligan's and there see the most 1'llE1g11lllCtGIl't winter pictures that the hand of cunning nature ever wriouglit. l Oh the "Snow Sc-enesn of our dear old Alina Mater! Here a bunch of wild Freshmen cornered heliind the New Science Hall are l36l.U0'l3O1lllJ3l'ClGifl bv the 'O ,, MSooil1sv a11d ies even the staid and dioiniiied Seniors are bo fishlv taking a Hing at l . 1 s , ., or , their erstwhile rivals, the Juniors. And say, did you see those naughty girls actually rub snow in the eyes of that poor Freshnian co-ed? Yes, we think, the spring weather is fine, and tl1e flowers are heautiofuls, hut do vou know -that there are some of us who have had our last view of the "Snow Scenes" at dear old f'State.', Time and his hour glass have called us Ol.1tW2l.l'Cl and soon our faces will take on those looks that betoken iuyriad tl'Olll5l,GS and we will for tiiuies plod in the dust but somehow it seems to us that come what iuav, tive will always step forward with a sparkling eye and a ruddy cheek if we can uylwiiys l'Clll0llllWL'l' those f'Snow Scenes? 308 9 309 Tun KEN'rUoK,rAN TI-IE SENIQR BALL mfwggl HE Senior Prom! What peculiar feelings it arouses in us. At A f e 1 . . this event we are on the last lap. We are asseinbled for just VN lwliw, one last good tiine, We want to show ourselves to the best I, advantage, we a.re therefore, in full evening dress. Most prob- wglt ably father is in the gallery, and she or he is on the floor with us. There are many laughing, happy remarks and then the orchestral begins. The grand march is on. Notice the grace with which the numerals, 910, are nirade. We have been waiting a long time to get to- be in that march and now our dream is realized. The first dance is o-n and it, is a. waltz. There is the hurry of late ones getting on the floor and the dance is over. Shall we have some frappc. Sure. "Don't you think it would be just as good without so niuch fspikingi U says she. "It just suits nity tastef' says he. Many dances followg and then he and she go for a stroll. He knows a secluded seat. There with that trusting friend, the nioon looking down upon thenr, they talk of thenise-lves and of the future. He is about to enter upon his career as a useful ntan. Ts it not well that he should have soine plans for the future. They go back to the ball room, for a few dances, and then say farewell to their friends, niany of theni probably for the last time. A 2311 O I ' I Qi? 1311 33 3 ,li w'4se. X 1 I N XM n 'XA '1 wx ' ' r K W 'ff' t'KQ tlll ' I ,Q : Hp ' S1 Xl' W ?1 AL 4, 'i Q' 'U W3 ff 21 I Dx ' l fl 'MM , ??sffTi1f 111111145 1ll7ZYT' MAW M916 6 I 13211531 MW,1n11.iIf5mz lbflwwmmm 11 'll' IIHHNAH I 'Lu' W Ny U' ,F .3 1 " M flh m W " ! ' "" ju! g ,VU 4?-fpfsy' wi JV' ,Q Il I 1 J, Wy.11!1 ! lQ m,' I 4lN ' 'B yur 11r" -ku l!M 'l, :RM "till 1 'Vti'g'l 5 V ' l 311 Don't Don't THE KENTUCK IAN DO T'S mention work to VE. Bf' Webb. -- ask "Pete" Dawson about the Junior Meclfs. Donft go to the Royal to find Hal Smith and Dan Terrell. Dontt offer 4'ChesU Kuebler a job that will take him away from Louisville. Don't worry about your affairs, "Little Pauly will take care of them for you. Don't criticise Mlaxonjs new home if you take chemistry. Donft read "Dope's'J article in the Alumni report. Dorft ask 'fSoda'9 Shuff to report a question. Don't ask why the Senior M echanicals went to Norfolk in p-reference Don't talk of base ball coaching to Corbusier. Don't criticise, boost 3 you must use the hammer, use .iii on yourself. Don't ask the lawyers what kind of drinks are served in Frankfort. D-on't ask Hludson and Webb who did the work on the Business Staff. 312 to Cliic-ago my EW 3 if 25? f 313 3. il v l , l l :gl lm l m V A il ls 'I .. l l.l .ll lil n f -l, lli' l ',I It lr' l ll 2'Sl. l ' It l lttlt 'Ml lltttlt W l 'l tt f 4 ' "ill lr 5 tr ay 1... l lf I , K , . W ll l, lffffll lfl fill V' -ll . uf -Ma l 4 l - - V I' r l- fm' IW 'nfgllilg l f I llll f W 'll ll , .ll lg S i . I I ' , I .. . 1 1 I ll ll fl' 6,14 f l fff f' K llltltfl , ft till f s l , 3' ft! . 7' tially 'wi limi , , ll ll' l 'li all l 'Nfl all l ' lit apt, W I g m y xv,X It f n l if 'f' if . l l " lf"-KM' .fl it A T-f u. .flaw s . H ' tl it l 'tit ' l lf' as 'T il 'l'l't'llt"lllltltltllwl flllllfln , 1.'ffV'l 1, if I 1, ll 7 ,f,1l. ji ltltmitq. 'li mi l,WZ'm"J C 4-llflf l il 24 X N .fbi , .ln ll5i,as..,,fvH iQ af Q ly, lflyll il ggl lull-l l s N if llrmlnll if lgumafgp ll' 'F X il lf? Vg! .-l'.al5l' l -l ' lil t 'lf 1421! ,' . 5 l l., l l, '-xrff ' , fi uw .pl 'K f' it N-l i f -J l l I AW M A W 1 , ir-with ww-ls 'Zi 'f l If ' X i ' W ' . rl ' September 4-KE. B." Webb arrives and talks of cordurojys. September G-Advance guard of Seniors get into town. September September September Sep-teniher n 1 September Septei ber Septen ber September Septemiber Septeinber September September - September September September September Septeni ber September September September September September September '7 -Seniors and Juniors get-ting oi conditions. S-All the C'Sop-hsv tryin g to inatriculate. 9-Classes begin.. First issue of "Idea" 10-Freshies hair cut. More work for the barbers. 11-A petition circulated. 12- fSundayj Concert at Woodland 5 Seniors make 13-"C'orpD Dorman learns What a. valve diagram is. 14-"SandyU knows all about t.he Smith case. 15-Kinkead's lecture No. 1 "Friendship Beautiful? a. hit., K I L, A 2J?IJ Q uiz!!! l lll ,I l , 'ilfltf ., fl' E tl t lf' 7 16-Yas, Sah, Boss l-f'Sandyv wants more room. 17 -John Garvin skips Work to play tennis at Woodland. 'fReady, Sis lv 18-C'Nothing doing? CC 20- Dope's" first ride on the Senior Meczhanicals. 21-Strangenoise in Chemistry building. ' 22-Smithps Grave. 23-"CIO-rpj' casts his lot with Civils. . 24?-CC . L-ittle Paul" advises Seniors to cultivate persona.lilt:y. The Origin of Peter Pence. 25-First game, K. S. U. 183 K. W. C., O. Freshies point numerals 26-Sunday, cold night, boys from old Dorinitca'.x' sercnade t'Old Patf' "Nobody knows how cold I am? 27- 28-A Class meeting to select corduroys. 'Cllllossw ilflall clcctiouecrs nniversary of Pr-of. Nevilleps death. QNightl "F'rcsl1ics"and "Sophs'D tight at Mechanical Hall. 29- Narrow welt corduroys lost. Cause ldue tl. "Boss" ll. W. Smith.l cf -' - Bob" Atkins arrives :lirom lll,OlllllY2llllS. 30- Miss Jones comes to school lwith b-road smile. " to square a round hole. 3 1 411 ll ie'h" r- ' ' Ml on tries Am11eric:1':vEvli5:1gegteDinmond W0r1d,S Grandest Jewelry Establishment CLASS PINS AN STATIO ERY VI'I21YI11QQ our ilfactory situated on the preniises, and a corps of skiiied workmen enipioyed, we are enabied to sup-piy you :With the finest materials' and Workiuainship in CLASS PINS, EDALS, BADGES TROPHIES PRIZE CUPS R GS FRATER ITY JEWELRY A - - 1 on the shortest notice, at prices nrost reasonabie. Originei designs and estimates WIII be furnished if desired. We are ofHciaI jewelers for I1 great many fraternities tI1rIouO'I1out the country. 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October 2-State, 285 Berea, O. October 3-Sunday. ' October at-Faculty suggests buying a push -ball to prevent the flag rush. October 5-Seniors not allowed to register. October 6-Flag rush, Johnson tells a stork story. ' T October '7-The teain off for Illinois. October 8-Neville Literary Society gets busy. October 9-State, 65 Illinois, 2. Night street parade. October 10-Teain returns from Urbana. ' October 11-Dope, don't tell the Mlechanicals about the Tennessee gaine, but-- October 12-Juniors refuse to play the Seniors. October 13-Crain suddenly becoines left-handed. October let-No Hydraulics. October 15 -Bally in the Gyinnasiuin. October 16-State, 17 5 Tennessee, O. Cop puts Tennessee coach oi? the field. October 18-Teani leaves for North Carolina. Ooach Swectland, inalies a speech - 'fennegligeef October -Prof. Wfhite off for his two Weeks' vacation. October 20-Ohi Epsilon Ohi Tea. Bridges takes up copper beating. October -State, 6 5 North Oarolina, 15. But the teani was a. good one. Soplio niorefs, 10 5 Freshies, O. October -Annual Oo-ed German. Seniors celebrate. arrival of corduroys. October -Boys honiie from North Carolina. October 25-Oollege circles shocked by L-i.v3ietland's illness. October -Senior Mechanical Smoker. La Louias? October -Blue stocking lecture. October 28-llilaude Adams. Pat l?l'all girls in State Oollm-gc box. October 29-President receives Warning' against illegal student voters. Ortober -Ky., 435 Bose, 0. 'lllaillowlaai 'llaiiccx October O A 31-Sunday. Joe Shelby works on Yl','2l,llOl'2ltOl'.Y reporti. 310 BUY YOUR l' Dry Goods, Suits, Cloalis Skirts and Waists CLIFTON B. Ross GLAilNllE5tlEiS Holladay's and LoWney's We also carry the Best Line of Tablets, Pencils and Sta- tionery ....... Lexington Drug Company A satisfied customer is the best advertise- ment for your Fountain. Every drink is a sample of our skill. MCCLURE, GUM 81 CO. 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We'l1 keep them good because you will buy them. 0 RASH 81 CLAY 'Incorporated 264 West Main Street, LEXINGTON, KY f November 1, .November 2, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 0 November 7, November 8, November 9, November 10, November 11, November 12, November 13, November 111, November 15, November 16, November 17, November 18, November 19, November 20 November 22, November 2 November 3, 24, November 25, November 26, November 28, ovember 29 1 1 . J Novem bei 30, A Monday-lilverybody happy over foot ball outlook. Tuesday-Did you see 4'PapP' OJRoa,1k's new suit? Wednesday-Did you notice the Nair" about Miss J ones, since she returned from Syracuse. - 'llhursday-'llhe ldea hands the boquets to llosefs quarter-bacli. See why? Friday-Nothing doing. 4 Saturday-State U., 27, St. Mary's, 0. But those Irish lads were good. Sunday-Excitement at B-roadway Christian Church, four State boys go. , Monday-Forty-nine bottles found under the grand stands. Tuesday-Elam smiles in class. ' W ednesday-Bob Lowry' gets a new suit of clothes. Thursday-Seniors present cup to Mr. Sweetland. Friday-','SandyJs1' party to his logic class. Saturday-Touchdowns for pastime. 77 to 0. Sweet revenge. Sunday--None of the "good ones" on the other side of town at church. Could you blame them? Monday-Judge Liafferty joints Glee Club. Tuesdaynllan Terrell goes to first hour class. Dan Terrell asks the loan of a quarter from Prof. Rowe. Spllliipsclayggllfoiilc Walcesby goes to class. +ric.a.y- f orc suspen ec. Saturday-Everybody writes for board money. Monday-Some bone heads go to class. p Tuesday-Have you seen any O. U. money? .Wednesday-Did you see the old men back for the game? Thursday-The Catastrophe. We donft need mention the score. Friday-Home and Turkey. Plenty of money. Saturday-A few of the chosen ones come back to school. Monday-Some boquests handed out in chapel. Tuesday-Kuebler tears himself away from l.ouisx'ille and comes back. 318 i i t I t LeXi11gto11,s Biggest Store I The 1111e11 We elothe 111 this store 1 1 ' A are wetll-clressed 111e'115 not always 1 f ' ' W'llQ11 tlg1ey.f11'lst e:o111.e to us, lout al- t Ways 21f'll6'1' that, as long as they C011- l JEl1lU1G to let us look after their clothes. . l 1 Hart, Schaitner 81 Marx l I Q make C1lOJEl1,Q'S for Well dressed 1116113 H3911 who apq31'te'o1ate qualityg for 111e11 who are as 11l11Cll- 111te1'es.t,ed 111 What- they get for their 111011957 as 111 1 what they pay, 5 This 'store l1ee1dq11a1'1te11s for l such 111611. Cl011l'G 111 and se-e .What are cloi110' to Well-dtrtelsts our fel- 1 We C . loW111e11. All Wool falorios, fme- tail- oring, oorreott style and lit. Suits and Spring Overcoats 516.50 to 040.00 Cheaper Suits in Other Makes S10 to S15 U l vear, Hosiery and Neckwear, And tl.1e1f1 111 Hats, S1l.l,lI'tS, 'uc GTX Ni0'l1.t Clothes and T'1'HUliS and Suit Gases, We eau supplly you af. D , no one else 0211. Each, -'lQ1J'Ell1't-l,l'l01lt IS 21. store 111 1tself. zzufmam Clofhmg 0. er and Dress buits on Sale or Rent Dinn P 1 I 1 1 F 1 l -1 sg QQ awww ,ff gy Nm ,, 4, 4 X f' L X x , X X X x I L VAX X . ?,NN X X N J " ll 11 rxex j X Sgk Y 4 1 mfg X .L X X -,, X ' -Y YI' - T-Y2 if - 12 fx " 2- s wf f -c 5 when 1 e g4- ,,- ' Z X - -'L 4 , -4 it-"J:-T,.""i" ' Q- 2XQx tg ,. f-,-: Q Q Xi Z, ' ' . ei 1 . X XX M ya flllllllllllfllwlllf HHIHHJ v my 1 . .P l I mb.. . V W lx December 1, Wednesday-Some of the agrinclsn get down to work. December 2, Thursclay-Dan Terrell gets back from Georgetown. December 3, Friday-Senior civils are sober at last. December 41, Saturday-Senior cjviils fall off the water wagon. December 6, Monday-UE. B77 Webb makes resolution to study. December 7, Tuesday-Miners give a smoker. December 8, Weclnesclay-Slprig Ebbert comes to school without a. rod nc-clftie. December 9, Thursday-Junior Quoit League has big game. December 10, Sophomore dance. Kuebler makes a. "hit', with a, flaxen haired lass December 11, Saturclay-The Senior lawyers all attend class. Know why? December 13, Monclay-Miss Vaugn answers a question in history. December 14, Tuesday-"SanclyD gets gay in logic. December 15, Weclnesday-"Drew ancl Miiss Schoene get up a case. December 16, Thursday-Dicl you hear Elmer swear? ' Dfecemfber 17, .Frilclay-'4SorclaD Shuff goes to call on a girl. December 18, Sa.turfla.y-First spasm. of examinations. Fake or flank. December 20, Monday-Who passed history. December 21, Tuesday-Senior ciivils all go homey: no examinations. December 22, Tuesclay, December 23, W eclncsrla.y-'.I.'I1e agony curls. December 241, Friday-Home and Santa Claus. 3120 FRANZ JOSEF SPENGLER S PROPRIETOR OF SPENGLER Hnt Ciallzny 311 West Main Street Formerly North Broadway TI-IE BIGGEST AND BEST STUDIO IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY ....1.,,,.- ... Uur Record is Clean A Our Prices are Right Uur VVork is the Best Seven Prizes, Gold Medals, Bronzes and Diplomas for ' has done 85 per cent of Superior Work. For tentyears the Student Work in Lexington. ARGYLE HALL Campbell-Hagerman College LEXINGTON, KY. zzmpbell - algermazn ollege LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY A 4 0 ff 'fa ,ff f GROUP OF STUDENTS' ROOMS IN' HAGERMAN HALL. . A resident school for girls and young wo-nien. New buildings handsomely fur- nished and equipped with all inode-rn conveniences. Located in the best residential Dart of the city of Lexington, capiit.al of the Blue Grass Region and fanious through- out the World as a center of education. Student body the past year gathered from Sixteen states. Three Courses of Sltudy-English, Oollege Preparatory and Junior Oolleger Deipartments of Music, Expression, and Pliysicfal. Culture unsurpassed. QflilT1TJdfJQ'll-H3gGI'l.IlHH Colleges is a inieinber of the Kentucky Association of Woin1en's Colleges and czarries standardized Wlofrk ing all deipiartine-nts. l?repia.res for eastern COHQQJQS- lf you are looking for a. thorough school having all the attractions of an elegant hoine at inoderatre cost, s-end for y ear book to Gr. P, SIMMONS, Associate President, 437 lN7e1st Second Street, Lexington, Ky . - V sr .. . a .-fc, NV, .A 6.5,-ff-ws-gnwqpggopgwqw , , U- E3 .1 .. ,-.. N 5.44:-35 1 I .sg .-it Vfyggfgissvsfxfgfwigf Q, , ,44 ,,,, . ..., " 4m44,444M4 44 -4 5 Nsfiscw was sn. 44 . .-.. 4 .-, ixyx s ' ' 1 X 4 l gig l -1 Xi id fl f . A S ,1 1- . . 3 pi , .E av Q 4 31S s . , ll lv' ,. i is E 1 , ,4 h f-, m -,cs Qyiffffl - , as W, - I W: ,c flfggnzzzaflmw., .. T5 Q f 5 N I1 V 'Q ,I-I -.N 'Eff , ii ' s - ' f Q I ' 4 .V .su...xs. S 4 :Q N N ' N ., j 'N 4 1 .- D . ...xxXX, N,XN xx,N . .. M ,.,.,c.. . 4, x cv N Q 4 ,,,, ,. X -LEN44 1 - 2 -5 5 fi .. as ia . u l l R: -U . LJ V 0 January January J'anua.ry January January January J-anuary' January January January .Ta.nua.ry January' January .T a nuary January -lan nary -Thanks to the faculty for a Happy New Year at honie. -All attend Sunday-school. New Year resolves. -Everybody back froin Christmas holidays. Everybody shaking hands with everybody else. -Esther and Jo-hn Henry p-ronienade with their new inntf. Miss Kinkead and Flossie Crowder "Waitin0f at the Cliurchv all thirl hour. . fa C -Idea Hlled with Report of Athletic Coininittee. Rubye, Esther and Carrie fight over the reading rooin at Pat. Hall. -First Basket Ball game of the season. U. of K., let, K. W, C., 12. 9-About half of ns break our New Year resolves and sleep all niorning. The coining attraction, "Richelieu,,' fornierly announced by Professor Mackenzie. ' Mr. Cunningham. addresses students in chapel. "In t-he lexicon which fate reserves for bright young inanhood there is no such word as fail? All those possessing tliea.tri.cal ambitions congregate- at Alumni Hall for 'try-out. Cast selected, Sara, Alpha, E. B. and .lolin Henry a.t-tain their "l1earts' desiref' Cold wave. ' State, Second, 10, High Sc-bool, 15. oalfilel- stan. 4 "0 0 .J 'I' ON THE WAY TO THE UNIVERSITY IS Clay's K Busmess College Corner Limestone and High Congleton Lumber Co. General Contractors and Builders Wholesale and Retail L U M B E R If you contemplate building, it will pay you to see our plans, get our figures, try our service. We address the future home builder as Well as the present. As you grow, we grow. OFFICE 152 WALNUT STREET Mill and Factory East Seventh and Belt Line Railroad New Phone 557 l Old Phone 806 January January January January January January January Janu ary January January Janua.ry January January THE IJENTUCKIAN 17 -Blue Monday, f'Professor Monkj' called on the very sanie recited last Wednesday. -President Patterson goes East. -The Club sings a.t Lee celebration. Dr. Tutliill unusually mean to liis dignined sociology class. -Pi Kappa Alpha dance. Grand debate between Patterson and Union Societies. -U. of K., 31, Georgetown, 11. 23-Septuagesiina Sunday. Flittingly observed by all seniors. -U. of K., 11, De Pauw, 24. 25-Bob Adams forgets all about scliool and sleeps all day Miss Kinkead delivers a Wonderful lecture on 'CI-lonor and Seniors creep away very niucli cliagrined Q?j Seniors busy getting beauty struck, for annual. Tau Beta Pi dance: Pat. Declainatory Contest. First rehearsal of, "What to Expect a.t College? f J , 5 ,V X a ll . l-' ' !'P's. wif 'lx' - . I-MIN! fiix. i'l'iHlWiui5tiit' Wiuliiii--i ilillllill . N.. WMA --F ' iii !5Ml-..X-cg. piggy ttssiisil. i"'i1!igiiii f i'LTs:r,: -E 1-it " wo' gl , --il ii '4-" --2:2251 'FIU' Yi? N -+ "smW'J7ig 3 E2 6 peopl e who X PJ the .Man 1 VV inter Season, Oct., 1910 to june, 1911 BALL ROOM, HUGHES BUILDING 14s WEST MAIN STREET ' do Ttaitagtdflty E-Hltugtta s ANNOUNCES SPECIAL CLASSES FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS I Thursday evenings, 8 to 11 o'c1ock, Beginners. - Saturday evenings, 8 to 11.45 o'c1ock, Assembly evening Experienced Dancers. I ' y LA BOOK NEVV AND SECOND HAND A IN PRINT AND oUfr OF PRINT s for We carry a complete stock and it vvi11 pay you to Write US before purchasing. . . Our 1910 Catalogue sent free on app11Cat1OD- T. H. FLOOD 6? COMPANY PUBLISHERS 1 cnicaoo, ILLS 201, East Madison Street s ll 4 Q.. 4 1 1 1 .M iii My 'u U 1 il . . ,. .. .H . :il K 1 s rs QW 1 it A February il ei Fedruary 1 February li 1 February it . Fe Jruary Fe bruary .Fe bruary jj February in l Fe oruary til l if l Fe oruary I Fe Jruary li February 3 February iy Fe by bruary .Fe Jruary l b Fe oruary Q Fe bru ary bruary Feoruary 1 K February l. . . 'll Fe ,f 151. e- i g oruary 1 gli Fe Jruary 1 February February l 1 February 2 ., U 1 1 V y 1 February g February Fe l Jrua ry ' 1 l 7 I .1 4 al ,e 1 ez tl H fl 1 1 3 -41 5 6 7 8 i RU R 1 s 2 we rm -Seat sale for 'fltichelieui' begins. -Ground Hog Day. c'Fatty" Mayes sees his shadoiw. is -Judge Barker unanimously elected president of "Staten -First perfoirinance of "Richelieu" Legislature sends Connnit-tee to inspect University. -Sunday. Walter Fox gets up at six o'elock. QPQ Ba.sket ball teain left for C'incinnati. Shroye Tuesday. Lent begins toniorrow. 9 President Patterson announces his intention of leaving his property to the "Varsity" . 10-Mlken ineanders along to 4'l?at'7 Hall. 11 12 13 14 15 Kappa Alpha Snioker. Chi Oinega. tea. lnstallaftion of Kappa Kappa Gainnia. Sunday. Was your rooin cleaned up? Valentines? Ask Bob Atkins. Junior inechanicals in C'incinnati. 16-State basket ball teain defeated Tennessee. ,Nine rahs! 17' 13 19 20- 21- 22- 1 21-- V 23- Fritizi Scherf at Opera House. Dramatic Club elect officers. State and T. U. girls fail to p-lay basket ball. Much -talk of a Medical Depart-inent. 'fSandyP' gets a boost froin 'University of Virginia Bulletin. One George Washington had a birthday. A. T. O. Banquet. State girls, 38, Maysyille, 3. ' State debating teani challenged. by Georgetown "'Va.1's,ity" olf W-ish ington, D. C. 25-"The Arcadia.ns." 26-Freshmen, 26 3 Fl'2l1llifliOiTll Y. M. C. A., 15. 2'7-Sunday. Who threw' that bucket olf water? 28-Brown and TVJOQUIII. take a. trip on the Soutlwrn. 329 WE DO NOT CLAIM he Illinvrt Svtuhiu IN 'I'III-I SOI"I'lI I3II'I' XVQE HAVE ONE OF THE BEST EQUIPPED FOR THE EXECUTION OF Photograph and Pertratiture Backed by Professional Skill, where you can always obtain the latest and most nttrue'ix'e styles in Photos or Portraits in all the different grades. lt' your time is fully oceupied duiing the day, make your engagements for sittings in the evening between the hours of seven and nine o'clock. Our Framing Department is u feature to which we invite your attention and patronage. All the Latest and most desirable patterns in Mouldings. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS. T Humphrey Studi 341 WEST MAIN STREET. FAYETTE PHONE 1635-X. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. College People 0117 Read Tlazlvl '80, ssvwo 'azrovnvw 'a'llvJ.J.va 'el 'r , I .JS HWS .ZH Q55 - molg 2f00g ff1'zu9fz,.zufj V "IEEl.:I O.L 'EICIVVXI EBV DOA EIEIEHM 3OV'ld EH-Lv n'3lNOH .L 'seuio mall llllm Luatll 90121de.1 uint em puld 'sxooet ' f ' si EM pig .moe sn guna 'SVIOOEI 'iool-los El-env:-loxs PUB TIES MW Japl ol Qpew S1U9UU'9d zefileuopelg p9ClUU12lS QFCI Alauonmg pw? SQDIQAO 933103 -'JO ENVI LSEIEI 9lII 1 X 'IULIUTZLLI sup LI! 3i00fl Sl-UU U-ml OI 0 .1 . r , , QL :Jouituoo eq puw D120-I b , W mwq OM 1 21 Quo! axrtl not sr "DDU Sllll D139-I 01 HOA .IOJ Btuugm 9.112 DAX elqnon em JJ, 0 i L, I -f - -.--A V-,. -. aqui. M W X 1 fi is " XAMS W fj,..,, A "' 7 1:7 MN" , ' f K C 1 ' Mil . , I f K 6 - : I p . 1 " , 2 , I x ' - ' ' ' T,,, .mr , ' Q 1 wr M 2, Q' if . . , ,lu ' . ,911 n .4 5 , - ' , , . ' ,lv I l fwfr girl? Assisi J. V .. 5 . . 1 V! e 1. . ' A fM.,,r...,, ha.. V' .1 L I ' 1 - - V4 1 il . C Trl. E5 E 'f , i 5 M . A i -5 V - X fi. , .Wsmx i . A if . l 1 1 M r A AA if ' a - , ill: - o 2 ' 'Tl T ' ' ' s , .I ,Lg , f,1,, ,V J . v I - f - , .Y 6551? - - , ' Q lil h , V Ns 'W ' '- , + 'l ' V " ' ' , A A 2 1 me 1 2 ' ' I .1 7 . w , fll ' . i., ' -A' - l V 1 . 1 y N - . 3 l ll ' li f vgr' nl ,. i'-' -i f I ' 1 , A gl fi , S1 March . . 1, . March . I! Q March ggi V M'arch we, fl fl March March ll i li ' ly: y, W y March l T llxl , ,H il March 4 - March i Mlarch l March' 1 i y March ,vi ll March 'i March lVl'arch March 1 March l March i ei :CJ ll! 21' -"KU Society organized. -Shanklin declares his history notes are in a gaseous statel Quiz Monday -State girls, 23 5 Paris, 2. -Glee Club Cone-ert. Becker and Becker. -Central, 29 5 S-tate, 13. Bridges he hanged 6-Sunday. "There was a young nian named Post Who would of his greatness boast, But he always got mad, This great and noble lad, Whenever his friends gave hiin a. roastf' '7-Prof. Wilson says a inan who takes 2,200 volts will be either an angel or an invalid. 9-Prof. Bovve explains to C'Push.', l 10-Senate defeats Medical School Bill. Executice coinniittee ineeting. 12-John Blair McAfee addresses Mechanical Department.. Prof. White declared, ofhicial head of "Varsity.U Kondo sails for Japan. KShanks,7' "fl-Iossif' and MG. PY, sign with the Ce. E. Coach lngels telegraiphs his acceptance. Saint l?atric'kPs Day. 18-liaw College moves. .lersey eleval'ors. lYl'.om'e steps, lfrof. Noe lectures at llamillon. 330 E. A. WRIGHT COLLEGE ENGRAVER PRINT ERQ ANDA STATIONERg 1108 Chestnut St., PHILADELPHIA g -5 Commencement Invitations I Dance Invitation Menus, Wedding Announcem s and I Programs Fraternity Inserts C8,iStationery Class Pins, Visiting Cards ents CH, Invitations Samples Clieerfully Sent on Request i E I I 1 J March M arol 1 M areh March March March M arch M arch Mfareh M areh M aroh M arch 20 2-1 22 23 24 25 26 52-7 538 29 30 31 Tun IQENTUCKIAN Senior Hl.Q4Cl1311lC2l.lS sight-seeing in Charleston, W. Va Mosby, Crafton and Hi. go to visit Billy Bradley. Mosby, Grafton and Hi go to visit Billy Bradley again. Kappa Kappa Ganuna "At Honiefj Tiny Clark tastes sea water. The trio niake several trips to Billy's. Patterson Oratorieal Contestg Easter on the Virginian. President Barker announces no ehange. Gyninasiuln teain busy, Eworking for tournainent. -Baker eloses subscriptions to the Kentuekian. Some talk of a scandal issue of the Hldeaff -.,..-- - ,,,T-- n,, - ,lf li' Il.l'lHl"1U"lTl'f'ml"lillilinlll Hy!! 'I ,l'l!l'l'lIsIlM,1,1IfLl,:5jf M 332 ' 1 ?hr'x ENGRAVINGS BY THE ELECTRIC CITY ENGRAVING CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. E .i My 1' ' ' 6 E ug inf Q? W5 in r I T R l , l i Lil ' wr A , i n xl A N. i, 'xx V1 Mil mga' A VI It sol 4 :Hi ,ll N .. . fn H1 fyfipyfii-:,',I7?H1Iy X Wil Ll? J-. l ' x 1,1 x,,, rEEZ,i,i4f,e,?-J7'-A VN V! 4 xp! i Nfl llll xy, XV 14 i April 1-Signia Chi Dance. April April April April April April April April Wesleyan faculty was too niueh, for Dope's aggregation. 2-Geologist and Botanists Picnic at Natural Bridge. L. H. S., O, Varsity, ll. 3-Sunday. Heclclon is alniost able to comb his hair again. +L-Sonie of the nien in 'clleareiif' lgeeonie prohibitionists. 5-Payne Wins inter-society oratorieal contest. G-Miss Ginn. walks honie with Fox. 7'-Fox walks lionie with Miss Ginn. S-Lexington Colts, 2, Varsity, O. .Arbor Day. lfapfpia. Signia. Dance. 9-Boys leave to take positions as Census enunierato-rs. T. U. Track Teani, 35, Varsity, GO. A April 10-Doctor Patterson hack from Arkansas. i April 11-"Spot" Giltner cronies late to Dope's 4'Seeoncl Hour? H .1 is to blame. ' e says the comet . April 12-"KiclU Bain Wears the loudest sox of the season. yi April 13-Politician Eclwarcls has soiiiething on foot. April 414-Gray Rochester declines io play liase hall this season. F, April lo-S. A. E. Dance. 'TE y-ou clonft look like you are having a good time ' . lf ani going lioniefj A 4 April 16-T. Ufs 'base ball team. flisbancls. C. U., -le: Varsity, 10. l'. l'. lil-til-y il i sbhancl. April 17-Team otif on Soutlierii. trip. April 18-ll. A. Fears goes as oiiuuieralior. llliule Ham mloifl seviii lo mire who works for hiui. 3 23 slr V r l "l l rl i lf r QE: r lt lr l I C' lt l. l il rr 1 1 +1- , r -, 1 lr rr: l ln- l rt-nm-r' l,nn: or r . . , - . l, l . r l College Statlonery 5 r vu-'r' fcrrr- l X r Cllnllrlltermcerlmerlt A -SUZ lji Invitations ,,,5, xx ll ' 'l'-'I Qlfgm W fl l l mn slr rr MonograunnntlCommencement 1 r 5,3 r Stationery :lr bt n 31 rl rr .4 .u, l I Harcourt 81 Co. Stationers and lirrygrzwa.-rs I,OUlSX'lI.l,li, KY. r Write for samples or mention name to , g I Y , Your ical li'g:x'ilI1c'31?'ofEnu'nlrt ' Fraternity and L' . S e. - r r me . Class P1ns 2 gg .Xgents in all large cities lfine Trade Only ' rl C - Medals and 4 l rg C, I Loving Cups . l 8 T21 wx g For Contests l , ,,,. r th ., - -A K - -'- H g f r 5 . ' C s , li ll ' - .7 in. D etz en r r e' 9 r HEINTZ, unites il ,rr ji , of o' , . ' if E. M 'n Street '.t, pf fl 3.-5 C o m p a n Oppfghoeuix or it 'waving' flllicnszo. New York. Pillsbury: 4 LEXINGTON, KY. I Sun lfmncisco. New Orleans. Toronto ,N f l LEADING we gl C7 ' 2 C f'.H:.r,,, 3 'rn 451-S3-X 1 ,V Instrument Manufacturers 1 , .r r in r Red Men s Pressing Club . rr srrznrn PRESSING zmuttnnururl - - , r ! rf. A 9 2 h 7 n Students' Club Tickets 51.50 ' l I rfrvravruzssras V i ri E KID GLOVES CLEANED A 1, l l l New Phone 1550-Y Old l'l1onetil7-2R 4 l l l ll ll l lj al 1 l Y 4 l n Z l G Q l ? l l 5 l. i 1 I. l 1, W 4 l April April April April April April April April April April April Tim ITENTUCKIAN N. C. A. QQ M., 55 Kentucky, 3. -Pi Kappa Alplia blowout at Phoenix. -Kentucky, 05 Carolina, 1. Mark Twain crosses tlie 'tgreat 6livicle." Oratforical Contest. Payne wins second. Lain p anfl C1 oss Tap Day and Dance. ' George Mills takes in the Carnival and sees tlie "Tuitle Gul Sunday. Cold. No heat in the iclorniitories. 25-Team returns with one scalp. A Perry Cassiicli' level ' il' A C 5 c c ops ine points of chivalry anfl expuigates tlie Idea Manual versus State. "Nut Ceclfl Overstucly causes a student to suicide at Princeton A. O. Dfance. Tag Day. Tennessee Track Teani eats liuinble pie . 'ec ,Q 57"-g?TiE1fjijs7g3 ,S gg-f.: X 15--" ?iE?5YEl59fWwm4We2g Y 7.-J ,N I , ff I ll -1 - ll , A W ff fl f f if A fm' W M 1 xl? 'M ,,-'W'-N gffwmmww W wmwQ'. EE-i f 1 .,.-'-' ff- ' I Qbs :'Iflqglh"'-4"" fw- I' - lfzf K E- N T -ll' A ll 11 42, l lx " EM . lisa, Qfiiff 020 ' fo r MQ gf 4 -fzllo: . yy 5 519 i NM :xi fl Jllll if Awwxkkxsavxuwwmskw , ' 5 I3 yay?-f t o t I I 5 A fit T Qi- N - -ff X S 15236 Sezyrcf alle 6 FOR WOMEN l,l'1XlNH'l'HN, KY. l"ifty-scwnllu Sl'SSlUll mpc-ns Sep-telulael' 12. A school with tlw plwstigc- ul' ago vmnluillecl with mlodem e-quiph lllQlll-Sllvll as mfw lmilcliugs Qlcgmlltly fU1'11:lSl1Q'Cl, lleated lvy steam. liglltwl by cIecl'f1'ic'lty. Basket-blall, teml-is, out-- flfrm' gznm-s. Xu sa-Vious illness for tllrity ye-arlsl. A llxmllty' ul' spcffizllists. l7l'QlJ2ll,'2ltO1'Y and college C:ovu11'se's lczlrling to cleg'1'ccl-s. Nlluf'-ic', nrt, elocutioln, physical c.ul.'gu1'e and clmmestif- sviollm-. All zu-lc11'eclit1ecl school fO-I' 'Wellesley' Uollcgc. Fm' ill11st1'utc 5c l Elllll-UUllClClllG11t addrelss, Desk 6. HIGV. .l. M. SPENCER., P1'leside:11t. V 4 ,Q X A .1 ' ' ' 1 . dx F il ' 'I' pf' gf ppl 'Q X Q Syl gli V 1 Ml - ' - X ff "X ill ' . l l Lrf l ' 'rl - W 1 . May May B lay M ay May May M a y May May M a y May' M ay M ay May 1-Sunday. Wann. Hunter 'gets the gas bill. 2-Slireck vs. O7Brien. Some of tliefaculty sliow tlieir usual narrow inindenness. 3-Logan and Brown delegated to loeate picnic grounds at High Bridge +1-Last page of 1910 Kentucliian goes to press. 1 G-Junior Prom. 7---Two freslnne-n and a junior lost one dollar at the races. 10--Law Departnient Nclioosesf' J ones. 1 3 - Freslnn en D ance. 14---Inter-Collegiate Track Meet. 21-Mechanical Picnic. 23-Finals are on. 29-Baccalaureate Seinzon. 30+ Senior ,B all. 31-Pliiloisopvliian Dance. C3218 Hurling E5 s Brozeming PRESCRIPTION DRUG GISTS . '. Prescriptions a Specialty. SHORT ANfD MlLL STS. SM AR I SHOES For !321,s,.M21 Ou-r store grows in favor with young men 4 Clay by day. The young man wants a pair of shoes with 4'SNAP" and "GO" I to them, and we cater to his wants so that our attractive styles prevent our door knob from becoming rusty. , COME AND SEE ' S. BASSETT 8: SONS J. J. Fitzgerald PRACTICAL PLUMBING Gas Fitting, Steam and Hot Water Heating, Natural Gas Stoves, Ranges, Wind 'Mills, Pumps, Tanks, etc. Job Work a Specialty Estimates Furnlshed . 269 W. SHORT ST., LEXINGTON, KY. A. M. Garlen Ladies' Furnishings, Notions . Corsets and Hosiery White Goods, Laces I Embroideries ART NEEDLE WORK I EST MAIN ST. , LEXING1 ON, KY. .....READ..... ' ine LEXINGTON HERALD FOR THE DAILSL NEWS nifili-2 I Sports oi VariousiKinds By Mail, 36.00 per Year I By Carrier, 15c per lVeek 210 W MEET ME AT. ...... g I Lexington Cigar 7 Company's Store ..... 136 WEST MAIN ST eonsniivie s .Ice and Cold St rage COMPANY The Purest Ice Sold in Central Kentucky Our Price is the lowest, becausegwe give good weight and good quality Both Phones Cor. Maxwell and High W. S. Bradley STAPLE AND FANCY GRUCERIES T Fish Oysters and Game 5 CIGARS AND TOBACCO . MESTONE and WINSLOW STS. LI New Phone 1947 Old Phone 1334 aa ' N-'-FN l l l as 2 l P6454 I gm l ll' l ll If 'll A lll' 1 9 1 - 'X W lx, A N .. fx. ul., . I ' E-Mg! ll June 1-Class Day. Alumni Ball and Banquet. June 21--Commencement Day. RTIFICIAL GAS 'fl-lellol Ce11t1'al, give 111,e 9-O0-6.33 "l-lellol is that the Bayless Motor Car COl1l1Jkl1ly?77 "Please send a. taxleab to 333 Bell Plaee at o11ee.', Two days later, flll'1O'l1l 333 Bell Place: f'Good CYC1l.l110' Mr. Post here is a bill from the Bayless Mellor X37 3 want you to look over l1eilfo1'e Ili pay it? The ilfollowing' poem was l'L'QC1llQl-Y n'S'll2llCllClYl il71'o111 lihe ll1ll'1ll1lg',lI U21-lllillll, plz1.'1'f11'l'igl1l'1, l.J10'XQl', HSl'1lil0,',, f ll 7 A j j lhalz s Olll' el err-y lx.-l'll0 llucleg ln. his "lflea', he lmoellzs Us all,- lnellllllng' Gfllopew aml 'glnlilzle Paul." lle has no llll'l'l"Y on his lliemls- Noll: even on M l'al'Y- llul, llils aml llulllers, hums aml Slllll1l'l'S ,, . . . lo hen'--Ins "l.lllle l"al1'v." 15 rI'lll Car 0111111121111 Ihviinnhi nf lienhirkg LEXINGTON KY. CAPITAL .SI50,000 DR. I. C. WILLIS, President CHAS. W. BELL, l"ice-President W. L. FRANKLIN, Cashier JOHN B. GORHAM, Assistant Cashier THIS BANK IS A STATE DEPOSITURY AND SIJLICITS A PORTION OF YUUR BUSINESS. Saxton E5 Trost MILITARY BAND AND ORCHESTRA HIGH CLASS MUSIC FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS New Phone 1423. x Lexington. Ky. EMBRY se oo. I-IIGI-I CLASS ' WEARING APPAREL AND MILLINERY . . . . FoR WOMEN AND MISSES MAIN s'rREe'r, EAST B. B. WILSON LIVERY Wagonettes and Carriages FOR HIRE 311 V h' le sales room in Central Ken Largest e rc tucky. Over 300 styles to select from. V N. MILL ST., LEXINGTON, KY. Dry Goods, Notions, Suits and Skirts Good Values. Reasonable Prices Pleasure to have you look. ,,,,-2 C. H. EDGE 250 WEST MAI Telephone 136 W. R. Milward ' 159 North Broadway Handsome Brnughams for Germans, Dances and Theatre Parties Handsome Equipped Ambulance Calls answered day or night. 1 C. D. Cunningham Leading Painter and Decorator f-Sole Agent for-- Lowe Bros. H. S. Paints. Stains, Varnishes. Floor Stains, Wax PHONES 70 1 TI'IIE ICENTUCKIAN ARTIFICIAL GAS SENIOR. NIECHANICAL-HIAIOW is it you fellows can go away to work before school is out ?'i SENIOR CIVIL-KF01' the same reason that you fellows get passes over the Southern." - PROFESSOR WEBB QAny Dayj. "Now, gentlemen, this drawing is not a thing of beauty nor a. joy forever, but it wiII answer the purpose we have in view. In other Words, etc., etc." . . A Senior, who lived up in C'He-avenv Tried to turn the bones to a seven But we have heard tell That he eussed Iike-Well When he could get neither seven or eleven. There was a young girl called Alice Who to-wards no one bore malice, But if you eaIIed her Carey Then said t.his little fairy, Mfy name is not Carey without Alice. Louzlffzille College of enfzktry A A DEPARTMENT or CENTRAL UNlVE'RSITY Modern Building ' Complete Equipment ' Studentsreceive a thorough and individual course of instruc- tion. For information Write W. E. GRANT, Dean, Brook and Broadway Louisville, Ky. ESTABLISHED 1851 E MER if AME ID 205-211 Third Ave , New York City un HEADQUARTERS FOR Chemical Apparatus. Chemicals and Assay Supplies Mine Laboratory Supplies Balances and Weights of Every Descsiption - Pyrometers, Optical, Thermo-Electric, Etc, Electric Furnaces for Laboratory Purposes Platinum Ware--best hammered. Chemicals, Chemically pure and Technical, Etc. i COMPLETE LABORATORY ANE PROSPECT ING EQUIPMENTS a 4 l raves, Cox 81 o. "Home of Good Clothingw A Clothes Shop different from ' any you know ofa! ' T Our policy is to make clothes for M W, If A fx men with a discriminating tasteuz' ll X S A Q 1 .. The cheap, the vulgar and the I WW , tawdfy are not for sale here!! T llllh lil They are special models forfa:-5' 1, ,W li ii ll rl ll lll Young Men 'l ll tl S x X01 Vslldlllz mam made for Young men. There are T lil 'ii' " "7liilli'm'T'T" others for middle'-aged and old mennarf Knox, Stetson and Graco Hats Hanan, Nettleton and Walkover Shoes raves, Cox 85 o. Home of Good Clothingf, i More mol y spenton College Aclvertising' tlmn by y tl t tor ' tl Nt t gl 5 K ? I 3 , 3 I 4 S Z tu I I it l l l Time and Use are the Tests 1 l In all Lumber Buying and Building You have to take the lumber dealers Word for mluoh. and it is so With the builder. 7 T'here's n-o Way to te-st the luinloer you buy except by use and timer-these show its poor or good quality. C Ask Cro-inlos e-ustoiners if they get a square deal here:-if they ean safely buy lu-mloer or build a house on Combs estiniatefs and spee:if1eat.ions. We are louilding up a great business in Lexington on a square deal basis. Try us. Combs Lumber Company No. 9l9 West High No, 439 E. Main St.,-C, 8c 0, Crossing Both Phones l39 ancl 156 Both Phones 25 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Branch. Georgetown, Ky Street Tnn KENTUOKIAN The Seven Ages of an nnual All annuals are failures, And all editors and nianagers inerely liars, They have their ins and their outs' J And one annual in its tune plays inuch havoc' Its doings being seven ages. J . At first, the business inanager resigns Begging and pleading in. the class, arnis And then, the new inanager, with his contracts And shining silver and gold creeping like snail Unwilling to spend. And then, the art editor Raving and tearing, with a terrible tale . Of his Junior Proin drawing. Then a Togo Full of strange Words, and squealing like a. pig Quick into print, sudden intoinatriniony Seeking the bubble reputation Even in the press' jaws. And then, the president pro-tem With judicious gaze and good intention full ,With eyes severe, and beard of fornial cut, Expunges the silhouette of inodern. instances 5 And so on he does his do. The sixth age shifts Into the proof reading and revising p-art, ' With hurried telephone calls and bicycle rides. The book so big at nrst, now seeins to shrink And the printer eusses loud for copy, in his big manly voice. Last scene of a.ll that ends this strange eventful historv ls sales day, and then G'CilQl'lOT,S oblivion, Sans honor, sans respect, sans money, sans everything. fl-Hi 1' 3 University Stuc1ents:Attentionl We Want your trade and carry everything to be found in a . . First Class Drug Store 20 PER CEN . OFF ON PFIESCRIPTIONS PURNELLS DRUG STORE 162 WILS T MAIN PHONE 1610 LEXINGTQN Laundry Company HE GOOD ONE Modern Launderlng and Dry Cleaning Grella s Band PHONES 62 and Orchestra Music Furnished for All Occas ons M t 9 . O -O :W O y 1 J T 7 Q ,ff ' ' 1 , 139 E. ain S reet Lexington, Ky A Store That Stands for 1 0 Per Cent. of Genuine Merit Where honest Value is at its hest. Where the goods advertised. are a little better than they are claimed to he. Where goods are so good -that the longer they are Worn the more they are appreciated. p Where no dubious guarantees are made that will not be fulfilled. A store where children can trade on exactly the same basis as the shrewdest shopper. , J. D. PURCELL 81 CO. 326-330 West Majn,St. L - LEXINGTON, KY. BOND sf LILLARD OLD ELK sAM CLAY STOLL 81 . N Incorporated DISTILLERS LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Qldpwiljfgylifj 12. L. MILES LEXINGTON-INTERURBAN LINE Blue Grass Park Located on the Lexington-Versailles Division of the Blue Grass Traction Company. A most delightful place, adapted to Picnic Parties and Summer Outings Schools, Churches, Societies Lodges and Families Abundance of shade trees,.a beautiful stream of Water, excellent l beds Baseball diamond, tennis grass plots, shrubbery and f ovver . courts, comfortable benches, large swings, ample shelter and varied '21fTlllSCIT1CI1'CS. Special Excursion Rates andarrangements for Special Days and Extra Car Service can be made by commnnicating with the General Superintendent, Lex ington, Ky. J 1 ri 4 41 i l l u l il 5 . ollege 0fL6lCZQJ t STATE UNIVERSITY L Closed its second year with ninety students enrolled. L 'A course of three years' Work has been adopted, leading to theidegree of LL. B. The tuition is Thirty Dollars. I , A A A ' Provisions have been made for post graduate Work leading to the degree of LL. M. For information address, - - W. T. LAFFERTY, DEAN. 1 1 T is a recognized fact that Hughes Does the Best rintin T 111'l1 A Very large per cent. of the printing for the State University, including The Kentuckian and The Idea, is done here. There's a reason. T X , JAMES E. HUGHES T Printer and Binder T LEXIN GTON, KY f . 126-128 North Limestone H ,,,,........-- Lafwyers all praise our brief printing. We make the ' ' 'ci ' ues best blank books in the fworld. We have no si e iss b t rinting and binding. -nothing a p K' X K W ww . . ff ' : ' Q . X T . I W' I ,f-1 f' ,ff 4 , lf! .v X XL HI: JV , elf, 5,911 X x x 1 A xx XX N.,. xx 6?f.Qf -ji ggiffisi XXwQg?f mxwk b 7 V RH Ef7i7afcZ, 2 X J 4- ' an 4, L1QUVg'GQ5 avg M . . kin! Q1VH7l4 mow? FWS, ofcpf life is fleelffwgg 5009 is sped. 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