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IJASWELL U67'f'lf.S'L7l.g anager .. . AIN - Photograplzere A sszsfmzt .'ldzIc1'f1s1.ng lVIanagers W. B. WIIISON L. E. NOLLM, G. B. MIQRCII.-xN'I' W. W. S'rI:vI:NSoN Artists Subscription Manager E. L. ISIQCKIIII N. G. ROCHIISTIQII H. M. KIQLLEY M. M. IHIAIIIQISON ........... --A---f-... f- .rv--W---W H'-'V-----Af A,rf'---I-Yw"'-w'---f-f-r-f'v'-:--'W' ""'f"f"'f'f"f'WIM"'1"'f'fff'S'fTT"1ff'I'M 'II' 'THeff.:'w?Z?'I1zifr.171Zf'f ' ' ' 'I' ""I"A" I A"' ,,,,, 5 5 ..,, .. Tiff,4"jE,,11",iT? f .4 flff' l'2P'211'fiT:Tggg.Q,'ig111j.,- ....1r1'f,',f..'-.."fri is - I . . . 'Lift . I. . I... I 'ai-I.fg.',,, H" " "M I' , , -r'--- - - ' 'ff' ' W -11' '-1"1.'..1' ' 9 1 , 1 4x X, Q w, mxwmww by X 4vwwfw'u'w:ufmm1 G , ' f' wx mg 'xfmu1v4 w 11 -- f-"---xx ffl--3'-j"5 ,. 1' ":.? -t X 11, '- M .,.'.x..,z . X Ixlvllc--llxw . . ",,f ' ' mmnxzlvnxsx- I v -v-- "1 7n'L'1 j' rv 1 , I . X f 1 4 X ,Q . v3 ' 1 ,K f? x P 4 1 L1 1 y 1 1 u ' ........, .,.--... ..... .......,..... I V rf, .. , KH N . W. . W 1 v 11 A ' : . , , V , , , , , . f 4 . 5.1 . i , ., . ':.',.f lg 1 X W 1 1 in ,f1' ' X L x 'x -1 HC ' ,f X N... ' Xxx f ...I x N""l.-.- .,. Library IO l t I I N Z ,fam if .ki - xii :rx ni -3 nf 'J 1 ' , 1 x - . -tx n H' xx -at i --4 9 ,f XM ..f"x-- .11 The Library IIIS haven of quiet and rest is the gift of that prince ot' philanthropist1s- Andrew Carnegie. ' It is. however. another one ot' the substantial improve- ments which the t'niversity owes to the zeal and industry of her retired president. Mr. Varnegie had already bequeathed a munificent suln to the City ol' Lexington for the founding ot' a Public Library. Ile had no idea of departing from his well-established custom of never endowing two similar institutions in the same city. llowever. the magnetic personality and the Scotch sagaeity of Dr. Patterson conspired to induce the noted benefactor to depart from his usual plans and to honor us with the princely gift. YYith untiring energy the president now set himsell' to secure for the new Library the best' of the literature of the world. His efforts were rewarded beyond all expectations. and he now has the pleasure of knowing that the new 'Library contains the oldest' and the best ol' all the literature that lnan has produced. Here is to be found the divine handiwork of the master-spirits of the ages. VVithin the frescoed walls i t of this shrine of literature is contained the record of all that lnan has done upon the earth. All that man has thought. all that man has feltkall is held bound between the covers of the books which line the walls of this building. Here the scholar can go for communion with the minds of other days. llere the historian can learn the nature ol' long-forgotten peoples. or the poet catch the inspired breath from kindred souls. The scientist can learn of the latest research work along his chosen line oi' endeavor, or the public man can delve into the hidden mysteries of political economy. The president can burrow deep into the philosophy t of the sages, or the less sober minded can seek enjoyment in the popular magazine. The Library is the one place where each person can be in congenial company. It is the meeting-place of master-thinkers. as well as of those who wish to steal off from class-work and enjoy an hour of quiet reveling. away from the watchl'ul eye of the all-wise "l'rot'." The books in the Library have been selected with the utmost care by those who know their business. There is not a selection in Ken- tucky that can compare with it in range of subjects covered. Larger selections are common, but few have such a grasp of all phases of lnunan interest. Never can the critic say of our Library that there are "too many books and too little in them." X 1 f . if ,- 1'- if -, lffi, X -- ...,.,-X ...... t, --1 ,'V4 if ,....,,., ,. W... ..... ..., -W .,. ,,,..................i...f.,,,. .... .... .,.i,..,.. ...,. ,... ,,.. ...........t..WM...... .....,,......... .... w...,.,..... . ,. , Q V:YQ',,,,' ,,Q,f,,, W, ' ' sfx-.gf '-.H V..... .,.,, -.......--..,.....,T.. ,, W... ,.., ..,..,,.., ..,..T...,.,., .. .M 1 J J faazwffm XIX' , I I x aw- ... ... , , ,,,,.,,. , 1 1 , " J I 1 x A Tribute to James K. Patterson Nearly half a century ago James K. Patterson became the head official of the A. and M. College of Kentucky. Since that time he has given his life and energy to the building up of this Institution. Uld age has crept upon him almost unawares and he has seen the dream of his youth only partially perfected. He has seen it grow from a school with four professors, with a graduating class of only one student, to a University with seventy-five professors and one hundred graduates. He was the initiator of each forward step. Though retired from his position, he is yet the father and guardian of his only living child-the State University of Kentucky. President Patterson is one of the most illustrious men the State has ever had. His work is beyond comparisong it is a standard by which to judge others. His quick perception, his choice vocabulary, his refined utterance and his masterly mind are unequalled. With his indomitable courage and incomparable strength and virtue he overcame all political prejudices, and won the respect of his enemies. He is too great to fall by public criticism. He is a true friend, a pious gentleman and a joyous companion. Within that aged breast beats the heart of a noble man. The great lesson of his life is the fruit- fulness of unselfish striving for high impersonal aims. A :3r:.1'7':1',.,,:' .w . ff: 1' .??T"J2 ' V A . . .. V., E. H? O K . ,.,g .ix , V H . .. ,. ,X .. ,..., ,M,,,,, , M. .,.......,r,,-.. ..... . , ,, ,MMM .. , Mmm,-w,Wm,um-gvr 5 -,fltv ..X.9,,g.W.,, J ,Xb ...Y VMI! I 2 km?-Ig ,g1".,,, l , . 1 . f , . v i fe Jx ,A I , , , . . I I 1. ' ' .......... .. ..... .-. ...........-.- ....-..................... .... .- ...... ..,. . I K 1 1 I x AUGUSTUS E. WILSON, Governor of Kentucky PRESIDENT HENRY S. BARKER T Board of Trustees . . . . Chairman, Ex-Oficio Member, Ex-Ofieio HON. E. R. REGENSTEIN, Superintendent of Public Instruction . TERM EXPIRES JANUARY, 1912 . I'ION. TIBBIS CARPENTER . HON. WILLIAM H. COX . HON. CLAUDE B. TERRELL DENNY P. SMITH TERM EXPIRES JANUARY, 1914 HON. CASSIUS M. CLAY .... . Paris HYWEL DAVIES, ESQ. . Kensee RICHARD C. STOLL, ESQ. Lexington LOUIS L. WALKER, ESQ. . . Lancaster RICHARD N. WATHEN, ESQ. . Lebanon , . .I f f. .-.. .. . N3 , ...t L., Y .,.1,........-.. ......,...M5w.A, -1 V, ,,-4.1:-A .J Scottsville Maysville . Bedford Cadiz TERM EXPIRE JOHN B. ATKINSON, ESQ. . THOMAS LOUIS EDELEN, ESQ. CHARLES B. NICIIOLS, ESQ. . JAMES K. PATTERSON, ESQ. . JAMES W. TUIQNEII, ESQ. . Executive Committee CHARLES B. NICHOLS, Chairman CASSIUS M. CLAY CLAUDE B. TERRELL , HYWEL DAVIES RICHARD C. STOLL Member Em-Oficio JANUARY, 1916 MISS MARGARET I. KING, Secretary of the Board and of the Executive Committee . Hu... ,....,,,, M g. , A "I 'o ,' JL X ' L. -.........,,.....g.....,.,AJ....L......... ...... A .... -H V+---A-A-...J--A .....,.......-.-. .., ,..,.. ., .. . U f I3 is 5 4. 9 fauwte Earlington Frankfort Lexington Lexington Paintsville Q.,...... .. .... ... .. mlm- Q 1 1 1 1 , - . - ,Q ..f'. ' ,, .. W. . V... , M M , X.. V.. .-,-1-f-v7x7--!--x- Q- - -- W -- r 0.1 ' 1 'J J 1 Yfinwr-we-10321 'V-f Q ' L 'X,f,','.x.,.5,,,iff.i N, . :lxixazxillixxf ' ,"." " if 49511, 1 V , ,. A I I I ' ., .14 . 1 ,, L ., , V,-:f,32,,' ' . , LM j , . WIA. .l X". I K 1.5. r r 1 tww?jw1w,N.. , Nw: ' f ,rf If Patterson Hall . . . 4 .. , .W ., ..,,m..,.,,.,, WE, ' 1,5 X in ' w 3 rm fs Iliff P I . ,, 0 M, , - ,.. M- W.- -mg ..4--..., -.... ,, 1 I fm? 3 ' ' B ' 3 .v K Q, , ' I4 wg, . ,R 4.-V In i N X 'I lx j, Xx If N x, , , N--ZQQZ' ' ' Association of lumni Gino. lioB1cn'rs, '98 General Officers . . President lVl.Aln' E. Svv1clcNm', '06 . lf'1'z'e-P1'es1'deAni BROOK G. IIIFNER, '97 Svm'et1n'y- T1'0asu1'e1' List of Clubs Cimsinuati Pnoiv. JOHN T. FAIG S01-rvlrzry Washington . . l'1111,11' R111:1fK1N, Secretary T ' .- 0' PEltIil4IN IQULE, Saf'1'el111'y Louisville l'l'UGIf:NIA S. McCU1,l,oCK, Svcrmvrrvf ., llCfl,,,0 A . . New' York XY. IC. l4'luf:1+:M.1xN, Saecrelary Manila, P. I. A. M. Klmsv, Secretary L ,. ,, ,,,,,, -Nw, -,,, ,.,.,.,-...4 ......, ,.,,,.. -L...,....,......,.. .,.. ...,.. ..........,., .. , , ,.,,. ,M A ' ' ' -.., - . .l ,ff is L.. -- ' ""'M ' 4 -' N ,,,,.. ,, .,.., ,M .,,,,...,, ,,, -,...,.......-..0,-,,...........,,...,. - ,.....W-. ,,,. .. ,M ... ..,. .,. Y, ,., ...,.,,.., V' I , . 8 STATE. GVOLLQEXGEX OF KBNTUGKY, LEXINGTON, KY. , ' V Tvszentg Professors ar1d I1istQruot,o1's. A s S 5 . U1 8 n 3 tm 8 'cn E O l 6 as S F 5 3 5 S5 gg 'U SE, r-1 an U1 21 '-I :- 'U C U1 -1 8 . G L'-I LTI c: i U - UD gg P' ' M .2 m U7 D1 5 U ,H fu O ,U I L' C3 H 'U IJ Z V' H C ,.. . P-4 '-' if 5 P1 T5 U 57 'Q O 3 'C U1 as Q U7 1 If 3' D 5 GLASSIf3AL, NC'JI'iNIALk S501-ICDCDL, GCDNIMI+1IiCIAL, 1VIIIu1'PA'14,X" JXNIJ 1 ACDAIJPXNIICT- GC.JI.IIlSl'ilS. The University in 1888 W 1 , W, ,,,.,,,. ..,,, V D r I 4 lt . ,.., V ..,.. . .,v, ., ..., ,..,,,,. , . ,, E 'N' 8 " . .f ,.., ff ,,,, ff .. ""'k' Q ff' ,'8' f f'ff.f.w..,'. ,Q ' ' ' I.1..Q.Q.. .w,,. M ,,.. ..f .,..., ,. "v.1.v! , 18 A ,,..,., .M M..88 ,....M-..,.n...8,,.-.,.8.4..-.,:.Mf.1 W-..4A. V ...H,..,8.88,N...,.N........g8.,- -..M 81, r my Q 16 Q V, , sw, -Y vu.. Va.,-,.-.H 'an f-if in-u-af' -'fr "'f 'ff' - -- W .,. .,,A,,,,,M ,,, ...,,, 1 7... .,., . .,.....,-... , X 5 1. , x . -, X ll -x .Q .. .. M., 1, W. '.,".J History of The University N September, 1861, James K. ' Patterson, then a young man of twenty-eight years, was placed in charge of what remained of Tran- sylvania University. In 1865 'l'ran- sylvania University was consolidated by Act of the Legislature with Ken- tucky University, which had up to that time been established at llar- rodsburg. Three years prior to the consolidation, Congress had given to each State in the Union 30,000 acres ol' land for each Representative in Congress, for the purpose of estab- President Patterson lishing and endowing agricultural and mechanical colleges. Kentucky received 330,000 acres under that allotment, a magnificent domain equal to more than 1500 square miles, and which, if it had been judicially and economically administered, would by this time have produced an income of more than 584-00,000 a year. lit was so managed, however, that a net income of but 399,900 accrues from the original magnificent endowment. The State established an Agricultural and Mechanical College in 1865, but made it one of the colleges of Ken- tucky University, instead of establishing it upon an independent if -FTE? 'fi' . ,. V V A I ,....,..,.s4.t,..., ,,..,......- -- I 'A .,, footing. Professor James K. Patterson was elected Professor of History and lwetaphysics in the new organization. In 1869 he became its president. In 1878 the Agricultural and Mechanical College was detached from its former connection with Ken- tucky University. and by Act of the Legislature was organized and placed upon an independ- ent basis. 'l'he City of 'Lexington gave the city park as a site for the college, and the president obtained from the city and county 3354-,125 for the erection of buildings. It was thencefor- ward known as the State Col- lege, until 1908, when it was made a University by the Legis- lature, taking tlienceforward the name of State University. ln 1880 President Patterson ob- tained from the State the pro- ceeds of a tax of one twentieth of a mill for the further endowment of the college. 'l'wo years there- after the denominational col- leges of Kentucky memorialized Vice-President White 1 , Lk . , ,V-M ,.,-.. ,. . .....,..,.,1..,, In ----f ---------------, V.--rf --T, I--i, T-r-Kg - ' '."f ,,:,..,, ,,.,, I 1 I X -V ...M ,,.. ' 1 1 1 N 4" , ' Ne 3 A, n 1 m ..w PM f--r-,,n xx ,-- N. an K f R5 .. V The University in Nineteen Eleven V A ,W-.v,, N LF ' "' I' - Q I l Cry -z fini-lax, I f L W we -.-.V-.-H ww,-6-WW -'-- -W-V .... ..... W , -...,.h,,, -W - .. 1 . ' ' i1.1,e.-.,,.. 18 ,, .,.. .n...,, N . fx 1 ,,.., I . .- - .---Q ----. 1..-...,.,. -...,..,,,.,,T,,.,., ,,. .,,,, ,M ,-...,. f l 'A 'X X w f- f ' A ' ............. ......-...-......,....,... .. .,... ,.. ...,.A,. .. ...V .... . M. .....,.-.....r.-.. , M A J 4 ' -1 1 X the Legislature to repeal the tax levied for its benefit upon the ground that they would in the future be unable to compete with a college organized, administered and sustained by liberal appropriations from the State. President Patterson fought, single-handed, and de- feated the effort to repeal the tax, and when its constitutionality was tested in the courts, fought and won the case in the Chancellors' Court in Louisville and in the Court of Appeals of the Common- wealth, having as his opponents Judge Lindsay, Judge Humphrey and Colonel Bennett Young, who represented the denominational colleges. During the contest t.he building fund became exhausted through the negligence of the architect. The college was 5B35,000 in debt. The effort to negotiate a loan failed. The president bor- rowed 'the money on his own securities, placed it in the hands of the Executive Committee and thus enabled them to complete the building. - ln 1887 he assisted materially in the passage ot' the Hatch Act through Congress, which established and endowed Experiment Sta- tions as departments of Agriculture and lllechanical Colleges. created under the Act of 1862. The annual appropriation for this purpose was 5H15,000. subsequently increased by the Adams Act to 3430.000 per annum. In 1890 he assisted in obtaining from Congress 825,000 per annum for further endowment of Agricultural and Mechanical Colleges, and in 1900-02 induced the Legislature of .Kentucky to make an appropriation of 890,000 for a gymnasium and a college home-Patterson lslall-for young women. In 1904- he obtained from the Legislature a further annual appropriation of 815,000 for additional income. The consliitutionality ol' this Act was also tested 1'ffTiTi' 'flu . t. ul ,A . K' xl ..-.,.--.-.....- ,-..............,... . , Y . Y. . 5:14. K? X , s.m,--.Lgp-..1.,- in the lower courts and in the Court of Appeals, in both of which he won. In 1906 he assisted in procuring the passage of the Nelson Bill through Congress, making an additional appropriation of 825,000 annually for colleges established under the Act of 1802. In 1908 the Legislature changed the name of the Institution to State University. President Patterson resigned the presidency in 1910 after a service of forty-one years. He hands over to his successor an lnsti- tution with an annual income of Sl-3150,000. grounds, buildings and equipment valued at tl4930,000, colleges of Agriculture, Nlechanical Engineering. Civil Engineering, Nlining Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Science and Arts and Education. Its engineering schools are the best in the south and rank with the best in America. President Patterson retires with the title ol' President Emeritus. retains a seat in the Faculty and was appointed bythe Governor a member ol' the Board of Trustees. Ile received the degree of Ph. D., in 1875, from Hanover College. Indiana. from which he graduated in 18503 LL. D., in 1890, from LaFayette College. Pennsylvania, and LL. D., in 1910. from the University of Vermont. ln 1880 he was elected a Eellow ol' the lioyal I-listorical Society of Great Britain and of the Society ol' Antiquaries of Edinburgh, Scotland. In recent years he has been elected a Nfember of the American Historical Association, the Ameri- can Academy of Social and Political Science, and the National Geographic Society. Ile is likewise a trustee of the American C 'ivic Alliance. ' 1. I x . 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Professor of French and German FRANKLIN ELLIOTT TUTTLE, A.M., PILD. Professor of l,f'hcnz.z'.stry 'FHEODORE VFOLMAN JONES, A.M. I 'rofcssor of Latin fll'JANVILLE TERRELL, Ph.D. Professor of Urcclf RALPH N ELSON MAXSON, Ph.D. Projcssor of Inorganic I,'lzeru'ist1'y COLUMBUS RUDOLPII MELKTHEIQ, A.M. Associate Professor of Frenclz and German JOSEPH MOR1'ON DAVIS, A.M. Associate Professor ry' Matlzematfics WILLIAM SNIDER WEBB, B.S., M.S. Assistant Prrjcssor of Physics " .1-fllff,flllIITl'IfZ,. ',,.-X.. ...,. .... -.--an-Q, --vw --S ---- --.---......A ...,...- Q---H---Q ----- -v-'I-4 gftf-' 3 - T , 'W ' , 1, 'Ax .:..w-- " -5 ,gy Wu Iv' ,stu .1 V, .1 ,L H.. . I ANNA J. 1'IAMIL'l'ON Associate llrrfessor of Hutglfish ELIZABETH SHELBY JKINKICAIJ Lecturer on English AUBYN CHINN, AB. Teacher of Domestic Science SUE DOBYNS MOCANN, B.S., NLS. Assistant in Entomology and Zoology JAMES EDWARD TUTHILL, Ph.D. J Assistant I rofessor of History. I':l?0'Il0III'il!S ALFRED IIOLLY GILBERT, B.S. Assistant Professor of Botany EDWARD FRANKLIN FARQUIIAR, A.M. Assistant Profcssor of English ELIJA L.-K'l'l'IAM REl'1S,C.E. Assistant in Jlatllcnmtfcs LLOYD CADIE lj.-XNIELS. B.S.. PILD. Assistant Professor of Iflzcmfislry I-IAROLD PIARDESTY I,0WNING,B.f'.l'1. Assistant in ,Vutltcuzntics ROBERT I-IOOVER SPAIIR, B.S. .- I ss istont in l'l1ysz'cs CLARENCE ,IQAYMOND EGl'llIllOl"l". ,LB Instructor fu History WVILLIAM TUDOR PEAROE, BA. Instructor in l"'llemistry mywr, . ' I ' I mul Sociology I -' V - I ' I , Q ,.:: '1:sf"A'. .'r':L "7 " A ' 9 E - .YL lj ill: YI ' Y U :M- L"'q,.1,- ...,, 1 'fy' ..Lg,..'.' I -An IL., Aa' of . :W L X fr" H X ,' ,uv .1 -. , xx , ' .,.,, N - ' -L ,,-, .. ..., W., my ,..,..-,H-., ,W --, ,,.,,,n,,1,TT.,T..-,,,,7,,..,,, ,f if L1 2 W, ,. , ,,-, ..,. , 1 I v O ly W7 7 W LL .. , h ,,1 -.,,..i fy w x x v il ' Q --U, . 'n imxunamlxwx. ', " ' . 1 '.......,w, . i' ', ly, ff f ---5 fx, . , . ti- VA, . . . L , . 1 1 vi f rx-1 rw y ezf f" ' f x " M Q, , . 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They who wander through its enchanted vales. who drinkfrom its fountains of truth and wisdom. who are fanned by the gentle zephyrs of poetry and romance, and who commune with the unforgotten dead will look back with pleasure upon the many happy days spent roving through the hallowed regions, and with an ever-increasing love for its mystic hordes. The guides through this enchanted region by their kind and gentle ministry lessen the pain of the journey by leading the weary souls by still waters, by unfolding to them the many beauties of nature, by breathing into their ears beautiful odes to the harmony of life, and pointing out to them lllitll,S greatest opportunity. Professor Jones leads them safely by Charybdis and Scylla, Wandering at will through Hades and the Elysian fields. Doctor Terrell, with gentle touch and musical voice, leads them upward again, to stand awestruck before the perfection of the Parthenon, and mystified while listening to the Athenian philosophy. VVith Professor Zembrod we climb the Alpine peaks and spend many pleasant days in Paris, stopping for a while amid the vine- clad hills of Spain. Professor lVlelcher presents to them the Kaiser, revealing to them the beauty of the German language and revels with them amid the glad, joyous students of Heidelberg. Under the benign guidance of Professor Nlackenzie they are led to the altar of logic philosophy, and they learn to prattle in mys- terious and misleading phrases, knowing or caring not their deep significance. .Looking from this altarthrough the study window they may see many evidences of supreme handiwork. Doctor Tuthill, with an earnest but sad countenance. reveals to them the dismal record of man's existence. showing them the many ways in which "man's inhumanity to man" exists in every- day life, and explaining to them how to conduct their financial affairs so that their future prospects will not be blighted by not knowing how to save their money. Professor Vllhite and his assistants instruct them in the art of x-chasing, so training their minds that the elusive character must seek safety not only in the realm of stars and planets, but also' in ,. ... .. , ,Mm -Mawr. it:-:.:::1:Li7gT1 A-, . .,.... .. - v -- .--..vm .w.- - ,. ..-. -- -----H .. -.. .,. ..,,,,,,,,r ,, ,, - rf 1 --Tv-ef f, ' X' - - l - ' i so A ' M . fpyy. fl "i'7mF'7'??'A"'j 1 lla r ' . ,, , . 1 U..?'S?32f-U"q' U 1. ,L Vx S "--- H f 1--f 4' --H V .44 rf J LQ g 2 Q -' ,ff ia, 1.: la ci 1 S I 1. - wif' M... My. l 1 --k 'Ann - -V f X fiwwg . 1. , fi , ' fm T U V ' I I X N. .-..... .,, ..,,,. .,,.. W, ,,...-,..,,.,,,,-,.,,,,,- ,.,,,,,,,W,.,...,-,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,. .W ,.,.. .,, , ,. ,,,, ,M LN r 1 .. I - -, 1 1 ,.,...,m, ... ,..,. ,, .... , -. ,, ,.. ..-, ... ., i...........,.J - -7 Chemistry Building 26 .-4 I' 'Eff - ...---.,- :-...-...,,.-e. that elusive and evasive region of the fourth dimension. Here they again see the sign, "woe unto all laggards who enter here." Doctor Pryor reveals to them the perfectly harmonious mechan- ism of the human body. W'hile still wonderingat this- perfection they behold myriads upon myriads of bugs, and are told many facts concerning their ways. Professor Miller' reveals to them the mys- teries of life and evolution, opening their minds with the enchanted story of the age of the earth, which the mountain and seas have revealed to restless man. At last, realizing that they are soon to cease to wander in the enchanted halls, they feel assured that they shall go forth to life's battle better equipped by having thought and wrought in these hallowed confines. I 1 4 U , 27 ' f, 1 X' , ,M ,,....,...,..,..,....,...Q....., W-, f..,.,M....,...,,.7.,...i...v,,....,......,,.u. H..- tr' 4 1 ll x A n' """" -m""' " A 'H"W""m W W Q ,,,-via, IW f W I x 1 x X .!' L . . . 5U Education Building i ' ' "' ig f , w 1 W M,,.M,MWw,mi,miiii,iii M iiii,i QQ, X 28 xr 1 A 1 I i a , 1 53- A X -Fra." 1 . ln. I, , 1 .1' The Teachers' College HE Teachers' College of State University has been established 'primarily for the purpose of providing ade- quate 'preparation for the train- i11g of teachers in the county high school, and to furnish to intending candidates for super- intendencies and principalships throughout the State such a comprehensive view of the his- tory and principles of education and of educational administra- tion as will enable them to appreciate and embody in their practical experience the most modern and valuable ideals of the teaching profession. Co-operating. as this depart- n1e11t is able to, with the other schools of the University it is enabled to offer, in addition tolthe twenty points of strictly professional study, exceptional oppor- tunities to all students desiring to specialize in the work of prepa- ration forteaching drawing, manual training, physical education and domestic science. In this latter field a peculiarly fortunate circum- stance permits of extensive specialization and opens to all who Professor Snow P 1 1' desire the attractive and essential details connected with the study of home economies. Candidates for the B. S. in Education are permitted to so arrange their elective courses as to give them a solid foundation for sub- sequent teaching in this important department of educational activity. Through the courtesy of the Superintendent of Schools the City of Lexington and Louisville, students in the Teachers' College are permitted to use the high schools of these cities as schools of obser- vation. This phase of the work is open to all seniors and graduate students and is conducted in connection with the Seminary in which current educational problems form the topic of weekly discussion. A letter received from the Secretaryof T eachers' College. Col- umbia University, stating that hereafter all graduates of the Teachers' College in the State University of Kentucky will be eligible to enter the graduate department of the institution in New York and enroll as candidates for the A. M. degree without conditions, is a source of great satisfaction to all friends of the State Lniversity, and is bound to prove a stimulus to more thorough preparation on the part .of high school teachers i11 the Commonwealth. The fact shows that whatever aspirations our educational leaders may have had in the past to build a first-class State Univer- ity in Lexington as the crown of the State system of education, the thoroughness with which they did the work entrusted to them has enabled the leaders of educative thought and administration in the leading institution in the country to accept the records presented for their inspection, and grade the course now being offered to our students in such a manner as to place it on a parity with that given anywhere in the country. rf... ,,,. , ga ,, l at l l rf' X , L' .IC M---W W. ..,... cm.. M. ,.... . I5.f,,.,,,.i ,,., M ,.,..,, . 1 N. ...M-. .. , .. 7,1 A - -'Q.,'x.f ......,., . I, - ....Vl:V,...-... A. AE' V W K - V 43m r.--.,i.......-....,.-....,..,....,-.-i. 4 an-H V -- .. - -............ l Q V. . ,,. ,. .I N M ML ,,,,, -.,...W..... .........,.... Y 1 X ,. ,. ....-....,.... ,., .. .. .. .., -, ,, , .M . P I' , v y ....,......-.- ..--.. ... , A N w ' x 4 'F n af 'F -f Agricultural Building A 3? a i ,ir ' ' --M-------.................,.h.. ,.,,,.,,,m, ,, f l , .A n 30 -N, 3' . . ., ,. ..-4nf-- - 'f e if , l ref. . ,,,,. . ...4. . .. . , . , 5.1.1 l A gl .a ' , , ,W-A ph: at , ,. . ....s,.,.,.. ,..,,..... ,,,,,,r,,,.,.. A ...,,. , .. . , , ., . W .,. . . A 1. .h V , X ,L C A 'no 1' ' ' ,ii .. ,. . .,,. fs . 1 I., .kbligm . i. I, XM. ,,..-,., ur x Xin ,,.,,,kk. Faculty of Agricultural Department NIELVILLE AMASSA SCOVELL, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Dean of JIQVIDCIIHIITG, Director of Expcrizricnt Station B.S.: M.S.. l'h,D., University of Illinois. Director of Agricultural College and Director of the Experiment Station, 1910-. Member State Board of Agriculture. Fellow American Society for Advancement of Science, lylember American Acad- emy of Political and Social Scieneeg Member Association of American Agricul- tural Colleges and Experiment Stations, Member Association of Oflicial Agri- cultural Cheniists: Member A1nerica.n Chemical Societyg lylember American Forestry Association: Member United States Geographical Society. CLARENCE W. NIATHEXVS, BS. P?'Qfh-SHOT rd' H orficzllfurc and Botany B.S., Cornell Universityg Fellow Cornell Univcrsityg Professor of Horticulture and Botany, Kentucky State University, 1892-. THOMPSON R. BRYANT, B.S. Professor of Bacteriology. B.S., Kentucky State University, 19083 JOHN JULIAN HOOPER, B.S., M.S.A. Professor of Animal Husbamlry B.S., Texas State College, M.S.A., Iowa State Collegeg Assistant Texas Experi- ment Station, 1901 -OQQ Professor Animal Husbandry, Kentucky State U nivcrsity, 1906--. GEORGE ROBERTS, B.Ped., M.S. 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The people seeing that the lfniversity through and in all of its departlnents is thus studying how to benefit the State at large, are more disposed morally and financially to support their Ifniversity than they would be if we were teaching classics alone. pure sciences or other subjects which, 'though good in themselves. benefit the majority of' our people only in so far as they are made practical. To the State the benefit comes in the raising of' the general intellectual status of' its agri- cultural element and the application of science to agriculture. The graduates of many of the departments of' our l'niversity go to the great critics or to other States to find employment, but it is the constant. desire of' the Agricultural College to send its grad- uates, as well as those who have finished its short courses. back to their farms. to bear the gospel of further possibilities to their friends and neighbors, both by word and deed. By a recent arrangement the Kentucky Agricultural Experi- ment Station and the College of' Agriculture have been consolidated and put under the directorate of Dr. NI. A. Scovell. One of the Hrst accomplishments of the newly consolidated college was the annexa- tion of the great Elmendorf Farm to the equipment of the Uni- versity. This is probably the finest stock farm in the world, and on it are to be found the best swine, sheep, cattle, horses and poultry that money can buy, the cattle including both dairy and beef' breeds. It is so arranged that the students have full access to all the benefits ,H,f,j."TiTII.f." . . ,.--v 3.-...... ...,. .. ..:---- -' F" "' ' .. ,, . .. ,W l .,., of this farm, to study the live stock and methods about such an insti- tion. to learn dairying on a commercial basis and to thoroughly acquaint themselves with the best blood lines of the various classes of stock and to learn what a given animal should be, both in appear- ance and performance. New courses are constantly being added to the Agricultural College which, together with the newly acquired equipment of the Elmendorf Farm and that of the Experiment Station. make it one of the most thorough agricultural colleges in the country, despite the idea that we are far behind. To be sure, the Agricultural College is not so large nor so well equipped in all branches as some of the great northern universities, but in regard to live stock and dairying it may be said to be second to none. Its graduates find ready employ- ment if they do not desire to go back to their home farms. and appli- cations for men are constantly being refused, because the men cannot be had. The Agricultural College is really doing missionary work in this State, inaslnuch as they have provided for an Extension Depart- ment whose function is to carry the College to those who cannot attend, in the form of institutes, short courses held at various points, the maintenance and assistance of agricultural departments in high schools of the State, the establishment of boys' and girls' agricul- tural elubs and in the teaching of domestic science in the high schools and in institutes for farmers' wives, the latter by the regular Domes- tic Science Department of the University which was recently made a part of the Agricultural College, and whose work is proving very beneficial and popular in the rural communities. It is the constant aim of' the Agricultural College to be the first servant of the people of' Kentucky. . I j 1 .1 115 'JELQQL-44-4-,ju , -' :VJ ..., f L........4-.- . ..,.....--. - f A.....-..-4-.1---mix V A, --- -- - .. -. ,, ,- A QQ-,g.--.,,.' ,S I Y u J N R li 'fel - . 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XYILLIAIVI JOSEPII C.-Xltltlflll, B.S., C.E. .-lssocizzfrz 1'frQl'f'.vsor of l,'fizr1'l l':Ilg'l7Il?13I'I.7Ig. B.S., Michigan State College: CE., Kentucky State University: Structural Draftsman l'or Kales Iron Works, Detroit, Instructor in Mathematics and Civil Engineering, Michigan State College, 1903-043 Engineer for the Champion Iron Company. Canton, Ohiog Engineer for the Kahn Re-Inforced Concrete Company, Chicago: Associate Professor oi' Civil Engineering, State University oi' Kentucky, 1906--. . ROBERT CRAIG TERRE1.1,, B.C.E., C.E. Assistant l'rQfcs.vor QI' Rural 'and Higlmray Engineering. ' B.C.E. and C.E., State University of Kentucky, Chief Engineer for Kentucky River Coal and Coke Company, 1906-07g Assistant Engineer for Arkansas, Louis- iana. and Gull' Railroad, 1907-085 Assistant Professor of Rural and Highway Engineering, State University of Kentucky, 1908-. M my A ,Num M H, ,,... ,.. ... - .. .., .......,.. , . . ,, -- - -- Ax . .. . ,. ..,,, ,.... . M . .. 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L, m J .,.....,, X , 1 x ' 3 , , K 7 ' x . ,, s ,.g1 ' " iz: , , , , L --'it' a The College of Civil Engineering Physics Laboratory The College of Civil Engineering offers a very broad course in topographical Railway, Hydraulic, Highway, Structural, and Sani- tary Engineering. lt is the aim of the Department to give a broad general training which may serve as a foundation for future develop- ment of any of the special branches of the science generally grouped under the term Civil Engineering. Hence. the course is so arranged that a thorough training in those fundamental sciences and princi- ples upon which the art of Civil Engineering rests is providedg and, as far as possible, instruction is given in those special subjects under- lying the several branches of the profession. The College now enjoys the use of the best drafting rooms in 'TEZTIZTT-. .aff 1.,-,-.-,... y v ,. 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" ' " 1 - ... .- it , ,ew ,,, A .-. . in-1, fb .f '1' 5 ', Y 5:lxl X 4. -,,fr3,'3,j,-,fe 1 w If ,, , . . , ..... . . . L . V I 1 , ,, . M l P' l Y Y 'N ' ' 74" ' "- " - il 1' 'I 'TM' 4 T' '- ' . V 3- H H " ' 1 5 . . '. I ' "Nfl z. .4 in . - .. , . - . -. . 1 H .. ' ' 6331-jjj :g "gj'i' j' """1'f's 'TQ I , Q , 4, ' r ff- - - V -- 'rl-A-H ---- - ,--. .,. .. ,ae , ., . ,,. . . ... ..-.,.- ,. .. , , Q Uv.,- l.z.f..',.5.i.f.A.f,.E.'1 f'.f-..?,..s1 1. N- '. ,!. ..L.,.4.ae4.n.f ...L g B M 1 , , ' . 1 A A ' 1 . 1 v 'A gQ.g.,,'3-54, tw. .. h :N v 1 1. VL, X so-.QQ x 1 L 4 ' . -M .- ,I College of Dean Norwood -L... 'Neff' J' Mines and Metallurgy CHARLES JOSEPH Nonwooo, M.S. Dean of the College of Mining Engineering: Professor of Mining Engineering and M etallurgy. 'l'au Beta Pi. Missouri University: M.S., Kentucky State College: Member of American In- stitute ol' Mining Engineers: Fellow Geological Society of America: .Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science: Member National Geo- graphic Society: Ex-Vice-President Engineering Association of the South: Super- intendent .Kentucky Mineral Exhibit, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, 1904: Member of National Conference on Weights and Measures, 1900-07 : Member Kentucky Commission for Jamestown Exposition, 1907: Assistant Geologist on Missouri Survey, 1871-74: Assistant Geologist on Kentucky Survey, 1874-80: Professor of Natural Science, Bethel College, 1877-81: Practicing Mining Engi- neer, 1881-84: State Inspector of Mines for Kentucky, 188-I--97: Practicing Mining Engineer. 1897-1909: Director of Kentucky Geological Survey, 1904-3 Professor ol' Mining and Dean of the College of Mining Engineering, State University, and Chief Inspector of Mines, 19062-. I'IARm' IDRAPER EASTON, B.S. .Als.s1'sIor1t 1'rrU'essor of Mining Engineering and M etallnrgy. Pcmisylvania State College: Member of American Institute of Mining Engineers: Associate Member American Ceramic Society: Engineers' Association of the South: Mining Engineer with Rock Island Coal Company, Hartshorn, Okla., 1905-07: Assistant in Mining Engineering and Metallurgy, State University, 1907f. liALPH 1JE'rxvE1LEn QUICKEL, B.S. ' I nstrnelor in Mining. Theta Xi. B.S., Pennsylvania State College: Draftsman, Pennsylvania Steel Company: Instructor in Mining, State University, 1908-. T11oMAs JAMES BARR, B.M.E. .-lssisiant in M -ining. B.M.E., State University of Kentucky: Assistant in Mining, State University, 1909-. jsv5mfrfmq1,,,fzg -,.,,,,,,,,,,m,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,w. ,.-.. .-...,. ,.,,...,., -.-WN ...., .......W..-......,--,,,,...,,.-.,,,,,,,,.-.,-,. ,,,,,,,,,,, , A . -I-,W-5 my t1'v1'1'7'T7'T '-1 '-1.rffr"-1 ' f'-'ff' K X ' A' - 1 . ...,. " f ' iz f""1 .. ,fx f. f -A -A w :r',.,i ,.:.. ,-,355-jj-l.-: 'f wx ,V ,vw ' " - f or." ,' Efj,f.y-f--f-M V - . ,,..,,.,, .,, ..... ...A-H ' -'i ',' -:A Q" "- ' ' M ' " -V ' 4: "7 "" "mf," ttirig. -" 1 1" :' ' ' TM' K f ---e ,,,'7f",', "" 4-,',:".f .1 ., Mgt ES., .1 ,,,- P , .. ...,..Q..: . S' -.5 I .1 .9 aug.: ' 2.1 LJ 1J,q-ygtiggkfyw 3 51 U 5, U . --, ,E Sd " S., rj' " ' W" .' , k 4, 'Eaasyaw I New Chemistry Building 42 r A , i The College of ining Mining Laboratory The State of Kentucky is at last recovering from her attack of lethargy and is able to sit up and take notice ol' her own great mineral resources. Une of the first results of this convalescence was the establislnnent of a School of Milles at her State University. under the direction ol' Professor N orwood. Chief Inspector of Milles and Director of the State Geological Survey. The growth of this Department has kept pace with the marvelous development of the mineral resources of the Commonwealth. The course offered provides the student with '21, thoroughly good training and a firm foundation for efficient work m any branch of the profession, and prepares him quickly to assimilate. that knowl- edge of the details of practice which comes only with practical experience in mining. Theoretical discussion is supplemented by laboratory exercises and actual field practice. It is the object of the Institution to prepare Kentuckians to exploit the mineral wealth of their native State, and .hence the course is intensely interesting from the viewpoint of development of home industry by home talent. The College enjoys the use of two large and well-equipped buildings which are the equals of any in the South. The laboratories of Assaying and lwetallurgy are provided with the most modern apparatus, serving not only the purposes of- instruction, but proving of great advantage as a testing laboratory to those engaged in actual mining. Boiler Test Room 1 fi l l f I 1 X W - .. .f, -. ...V ..,. .. . . .., .. I x , Xil HX E " 1 x X 1 1 X ml I Mechanical Hall ,. ,. .,.,... .,...,,.. ,, ,....v,,l.wum,, ' :',,::.'t,i1,'1mzL,"-u wr ,,,,,,,,,,,,, W mir" -5 -x' ff lfx x, ... W... .....,.........,..,...-,, .. .....M,...... ...,,................ ,.,...b.... ,....,l... 44- . ffil fx V, ' ..-fy I ,, . ,, , ,.. ' ,, ' 'f'."ff3lI, ,If "" 'lv' ' ' Wh" M ' l Q91 my 3-'Q5..:,1L.:g,,i1,L- W' L.1,g..L.L. 3 l .. YV, l l A I an , . .M .1 The College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Fnnunnicx PAUL ANDEnsoN, M.E. Professor of Zlleclzanical ICngirzeering,' Dean, College of Mechanical and Electrical lC'ng'irr ecrin g. . B.M.E.. 1890 and M.E.. 189-1-, Purdue University, Indiana: American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Society for Promotion of Engineering Education: Ameri- can Association for the Advancement of Science: Engineers' Club of Cincinnati: Member of Rgval Society of Arts: Instructor Mechanical Engineering, Purdue Uni,.m.giW, lgfilyfllg Appointed Professor of Mechanical Engineering, June, 1891, I l'l State U niversitv ol' Kentucky and Dean of the College of Mechanical ant L ec- u.i,,,Ll Engineering: Consulting Engineer. Central Kentucky Traction Company . . ,. and Blue Grass Traction Company: Sigma Chi: Tau Beta li. AIJQXANDER MAssnY VVILSON, M.E. Professor of Electrical Engineering. B.S. in Mechanical Engineering 1901, and M.E., 1903, Purdue University, In- diana- Engineers' Club of Cincinnati: Assistant in Practical Mechanics, Purdue, 19052, ,wlarclh 190-I-: Assistant Professor in Electrical Engineering, State College 4 04- I 1906 Professor of Flectrical Enffineering, 1906: of Kentucky, March. l-3 -- UNC, - 3 ' ' 1 ' 1 U ' '- - ' Pi' Illuminatin f En fineerin Y Societ 'Q Societv for Promotion of En fineer- au eta . I-, is ie- . in ing Education: American Institute ol' Electrical Engineers. . 1 if- LoU1s EDWARD NOLL.AU, M.E. Assistant Professor of Drawing. Instructor in Mechanical Ifngineering. B.M.E., M.E., State University of Kentucky: A. T. O.: Tau Beta Pi: Masonic Club. ' T. F. HUIJGINS, B.M.E. I nslructor in lflectrical Laboratory. B.M.E., Kentucky State University: Chicago Telephone Company CTraflric Utficejg Ohio Hill Fire Brick Company. Ohio Hill. Ky. L. K. FRANKEL, M.E. Professor of M aclziue Desfgrl. B.M.E.. 1900. and M.E.. 190Q. Kentucky State College: Instructor, Kentucky State College. 1900-04: Michigan College of Mines, 1904: Southern Manager B. F. Sturtevant Company, Boston, Mass., 1904--00: Professor Machine Design, Kentucky State University, 1900: Lamp and Cross: Pi Kappa Epsilon: Pi Kappa Alpha: Tau Beta Pi. J. J. CURTIS, B.M.E. Instructor in Testing Laboratory. .B.M.E., State University of Kentucky, 1910: Draftsman, Anderson K Frankel, 1910: Instructor in Testing Laboratory, 1910. X. W V " - 'H' .... I ' l ' C .... f, f 1 l 1 ' e Qgflfsz .. a fr. , V in t 1 ' - ...,..,.-....- . -.-. , - .-........-.. -. .. ...,..,. , . . , N , X. ,,.. -,.......... 'gif' , , -----'------.......,-.-.-,.,, . ,4.,, ,,, A "M ' ' in ' ' 15 11 I , 5 , 'V ,, Senior Room Auto Testing S " T P V- - -A Steam Laboratory Lathe Room 46 ,fm '1 F I I 2 1 1 1 i ! I 5 1 w 5 1 1 , X : - s fi I I A .X , -. .N ,f College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Dean Anderson HIS College was placed on an independent basis in 1878. and for thirty- lhree years has continued to grow until it. is now the lead- ing College of the Kentucky State University. Not only does this Department rank above many Teclmical Schools of the United States, but is of equal standing with the leading lingineering Colleges of the country, which fact is proven by the A. S. NI. li. and the A. I. E. li. allowing branches to be established at this Institution. .Furtliermore, the B. Nl. Efs from Kentucky State Univer- sity are given preference over graduates from other noted ltlechanical Engineering Schools in regard to engineering positions. This Department can boast of more students than any other Department of the University. Its laboratories are thor- ffhl er uimped with all the latest apparatus. Ulla- D' l I 11. .. ln the College of Mechanical and lileetrical Engineering are taught three important subjects. namely: Steam Engineering, Elec- trical Engineering and lilechanics. The course is designed 'lo give the student a 'l'ounda'tion upon which he can build success. Not -many years ago a boy might start in as an oiler and become an engi- neer. Today, things are different. and this Department meets the demands oi' the times. Today is the time of science and invention. the time ol' steam and electricity. The world is experiencing a re- markable growth along these lines. The successful man in any line must have a broad foundation before coming in contact with these changed conditions. The design of this College is to teach the stu- dent the fundamental principles of engineering. This course, as g s might be supposed, is not all professionalism, but a great part is devoted 'to culture, since Eng- lish Literature, Logic, English and American History. French, German, Latin and other such subjects are included in the courseof study. Also, the Junior Class makes annually a trip through Ohio, and the Senior Class visits Purdue and Chicago. The Cannon L i -,,.,,....... ..., --....,........--, .. .M i , 1 X. -X, -.J 47 -l ,......--....L..,.....,..x,.,....m..-..1...,f..f, im--.--V.-.-,.-.f.-v-.Y-v,...,.-,...u.w: 1.4. 1 , H AA' " -' Y ' 5 - -1g',..,.7-1 .-. J,A-.AA-V144-,..-.n.,.-..... ,vw -..-1.-.,..p...gk F x......, Q... 7 f w I 4 Natural Science Building 48 L , C ., ,, .. ,..4 College of Law l.TItI0l'GH the College of Law has ll00ll in exist- ence for 'three years this is the first year with a prescribed three years' course of work. So heavy a course is unusual for a Southern school, but the attend- ance being much larger than that of either of the preceding years gives assurance that our people appreciate the necessity of more thorough preparation for those who expect to practice the profession of Law. This Department is equipped with classrooms, a reading room, otlices, large hall and an excellent law library which contains all Jl'dgeL1'ffef'Y of the National 'Reporter Sys- tem bringing down to the present all the opinions of the higher courts of all the States in the tlnion rendered during the past twenty-five years. Also, the reported opin- ions of all the Federal Courts, including the Supreme Court, from the beginning down to the present. This library contains, besides f,,.,T..T- .,... .. Nw., H-V---nm-.11 --,,...,N,.,........,., -.,s,. ... M ,,. ,,, . , , ' 1, i . f f - H- --.. .M .............-....,. .....,,..., .,..,,.,.,.,..,-. AM li ,, ...nw -sfbifi-V-......, ,.., - :iff ..--, - -- 49 the above Court Reports, Encyclopedias of Law of Pleading and Practice, Lawyers, Reports Annotated, the C. Y. C., a large selec- tion of text books and miscellaneous law books. The Department has had at wonderful development, in all its various branches during the last year. The interest and enthusiasm displayed in things legal and things political by the embryo States- men of Kentucky forecast a glorious future for the "Grand Old Cfommonwealth.3' Let us hope that the lawyers trained at old 'lState,' will take the most prominent part in local and national questions of the day. Then will come the time, as come it must, when Kentuckyls sons will again make the laws for the country and mold the policy of the nation. Law Faculty VV. T. L.x1-'1-'lf:u'1'Y. A.M. Defra of the Law llepflrtllzmli mul li0Ill1Jf7'OH!47' Qf the Uniiicrsify. A.M.. Kentucky State Universityg Dean ol' the Law Department and Comptroller of the University. H109-. LYMAN CI-IA1,K1,EY, BL. IS.l.., Wiashington and Lee Universityg Dean Law Department., Kentucky Uni- versity, 190.3-073 Dean Law Department. Ifniversity ol' the South, 1907-10g Pro- fessor of Law, State University ol' Kentucky, 19104. CHARLES Klflltli I'rQfessor of Lair. l --,.. ...........................L..........1.44, ..s... .. , .. ..,. ,. i " --, - .. -wre- 4 x 4 1 I K x if xx Maxwell Spring f -4 1 ,,.,.... F .X M Q 50 I I g ff. ... . ,., .. .7r-.,..,..,.....a,, M- .....,... ,.-. ,,,.,,.,..-,... . . ru, , ,M ,, ,,, ..,, -........- ,. - --- ... .-.-...............,.........- -, .. ,,. J 1 The Academy Drive to Chemistry Building I am the Alpha of the State University of Kentucky. I was christened the Academy. but they call me the "prep', for short. My foster father is Professor WValter K. Patterson. who is better known as "She Pat." I hailed from an unknown source into this unfriendly world on the 9th day of Sept., 1889. Un the same day I was adopted by this Institution as its educational marathon. NIany of Kentucky's youths have I left exhausted on the wayside, while those possessing the qualities of the survival of the fittest I have permitted to pass on to the undisturbed blessedness of uni- versity life. IVIy career has been a checkered one. I wonder at my progress. Just think! I have only three friends in all this wide, wide world. These are my foster father and his two Scotch collies. Shep and Rabb. Often have I been aroused by the approach of a deliberate step, the thump-thump-thump of a walking cane. and the old familiar "h-e-m, good morning, professor. Wiho are absent this morning?" These are ill omens for the tardy lads whose fated star has destined them to a course with me. But I have snrmonnted all these dith- culties. At first, two years was thought to be ample time for me to lay the weaklings low, but now I have the undisputed autliority of Plllllllllg' a three-year test. At last, behold me a sturdy veteran, scarred with the battlemarks of many long years of nnthankful service. Prep Parade , f . tfm , , A M.- ,. - .., ,....- , ...M ...A.....-....u............- , ,.,. . .,.,.M.,..., . , f f I , ik, MA, '-.. .f--.,,f' ---M , . ,I .I f 1 ,f ,x X ..,.,, . I N ,x -W-. .,...-.- ,...,..., W -.......- ,.- W- 1 r L 1 NX I Drive to Command-ant's House, . , ..,, . ., - .-., , , f' ' i ,. ,,. I . ' " " M , ,' lc 3 1 r EK A1 52 """'K".1, 1 ,f lj I.-'yi f-if L 1 .,..-,X I. . , A . r .. ,,-,.. . ..,.. ,.-. --. ....,,..,. ' -"lr X WN l 4 1 4 3 v . i qw v , ' f .,..........1.i.-...........x....,......., ...... ......-.....,., ..,..... .-.-.....-.....i.........1..i.......,..-...., - ..,, ..........,..., ...,,.. 4 J .K 1 V.-f A N "' I 1,1 I The Academy WALTER KENNED1' PATTERSON, A.M. Principal Qf the Academy. A.M.. Kentucky State Universityg Assistant, Transylvania Academy, 1863-65, Principal.Of Bethel Academy, Nicholasville, 1869-7Qg Principal of Mc-Afee In- stitute. 1873-76, Central Academy, Cl1ll0SlJlIl'f.l', 1876-793 Principal of the Academy of Kentucky State University. 1880-. KNOX JAMISON, B.S. Assistant in. tlzc Academy. B.S., Hanover College, Assistant in the Academy of Kentucky State University, 1906-. ALFRED f1AY MCGltEGO1i, A.B. Assistant 'in the A cadcmy. A.B., Harvardg Superintendent of Schools, Rushville, Ind., 1000-04, Superin- tendent Of Schools, Corydon, Ky., 1904--06g Assistant in the Academy Of State University, 1906-. K ',,x,H,1.v. ..7 V MARION REXFORD SCHNAITTER, B.S. Assistant in the Academy. B.S., Hanover Collegeg Assistant in the Academy of Kentucky State University 1909-. HOMER NVILSON, A.B. Assistant in the Academy. A.B., Kentucky State University, Assistant in the Academy, 1910-. LEONARD DELONG WALLACE, A.B. Assistant in thc Academy. A.B., State University of Kentucky, .Assistant in the Academy, 1909--. W ' , . ff f V . - . .- ., , . .. 1 .,,, . it -,Am . i 5 f . V , -A K we g ' . ,,, .... My -- iM5l'IkLy,,, ,,,,,., .. '.. -. ..,-.--.C - ... .. .-,.... ...,.. ,, , ,., .. . .-. ---. ------f-........ ......,.. ,.. ,L , ,,,,-N,-Q..-ml, ',,,.,s1,JA C",',.' EC,-JM :MAL--A M SA- M:-Qycv 53 K-A . ,M 4,--,-.-.,.,, .-.1..,.,-...-.,,,- '..If. . 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U 3 V M" V' V . ,V ., .l U., I.. . 1,11 .Z...,,Si my H4 .U if QL-.G X va.-M, 4, Aux I5 kk, - If r,............L-. -- 1 - -gf f A - , - ....v.... -V - ,A - - A , f J . - 7 4 , 2 Q N i6,.x,.',.,,L, ,,., ,,,., W .,. .1,, ,.,, V.,, ,H 54 ' 9 4 1 Y l I 1 .1 .Xb 4 I X X 'ww ""' I X ...,.,...,...... .. ,.....,............-...- ,,. .. .. ,. V.. t . , ,Q - ., .. - ., -. ,. -. .......... .-,...,.-....-. ..-,...,.,n ... 4. .. . ....-. - ,-.. . .. .. ,. 1' Departments of Physlcal Educatlon till!-:ND ll.-Yl' good health is the ous per'l'orn1ers. hut to give the lmody tha li Sl'l0lll'lfil'. all-round Professor Mustaine l'oundat'ion roek of a sue- eesslul eareer is readily ad- mitted. Gladstone said. "All the body will yield a larger in- ness 'l'or life's work has been fold way-tub the deehne in need 'lor even greater physieal lenaeity, resisting power and endurance. arising from living upon higher 'tension and from the greater strain and the more erueial tests to which the sue- eessful nian today is subjected. Education itself exhibits these conditions. time and money spent in training 'terest' than any other invest- lllGlIl'.U The urgent need ol' speeial attention to physieal tit- iniposed hy eivilization in a two- raeial vigor whieh is due largely 'to eity life and redueed outdoor inuseular aetivity. and tbl the This Departlnent endeavors to serve all of the students in con- , SQ llth ind in giving them better physleal preparation .' frving their he: ' z g for ,happy .,...,..7,s... 7. ...-- ....,....IM,. W W! I . , 1 r i . Et ' - 1 U 1 . -r .... ,,..,.....-..-- , . U, , , . ..,-..........-1 M . 5, A, k.,f:if"" and eflieient' living. No effort is made to develop nlarvel- training that will make it useful in lil'e's every-day aelivities. The promotion of health is the ehiel' aini. lmutz 'the work is also designed to eorreeli del'orniities, to develop greater strength and activity. lietter posture and easier earriage. as well as eertain lnental qualities. Il also furnishes a eolnpleie change of atmosphere and attention from the usual elassrooin pursuits and, in this sense. is it l'0C'l'02lll0ll. The work is practieal rather than theoretical. It eonsists ot learning hy doing. lYhat is learned is 'thoroughly ingrained in tlu nervous system and eannot be forgotten. The results ot' this training, are therefore completely cumulative and progressive. lYhile physieal edueation is different, in kind from other phases ol' edueation and is eondueted separately. yet it is in a way aeeessory to all the other departments ot' the lvniversily in that il develops physical health and liuoyaney. 'thus eondueing to greater alertness eoneentration and reeeptivity v This Department deserves a large share ol' the eredil lor tlu unusually good health of our students as a body. and for their noliee- almly rapid iniproyelnent in and in general deportlnenlz. is more atitraetive. useful and graeeful, ereet hearing. good earriagc 'llhe physique of the June Sopholnort eonlrollalmle than that of the awkward ungainly Septenilmer Freslnnan. Pliysieal education is strongly supported by the Faenlty and the Board of 'l'rustees, and this Department is improving in eflieieney from year to year. 1 t t ' ,,,,..,,,,............. ....- 7 ---- - V ---T - ....... W..- .... W.--. -,-- H- M---s-- K t , t . I tx. ' g tf,, .,, ,Jul re "'a-f .tsfwmrt-M--'-it-Q-W I -- K JD 1 ' 'UA' "Mu """-"'i"',' ' -f-PW' I K . f I f, f 'T.'1j'ggj:fj'w , 1 1 - Y.. 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' ' . 1 I --,-,.--.- -..----4 WJ x Senior History UBIE years ago while wandering through the dim, mystic vales of blissful simplicity,unburdened by the weight of any thought or reason, and having ilnplicit faith in the honesty of all men, we suddenly became possessed of the ennobling desire to delve into the weird, enchanted world of knowledge, in order that we might edify and elevate the human race. But, fair reader-or otherwise-we weakly beseech you not to criticise our blundering attempt at simple honesty when we frankly say just here that, after four years of abode in this vale of wisdom, spent in imbibing pungent draughts from every spring-Pierian or otherwise-that issues from the sweaty depths of learning, we feel that if the universal brotherhood of man is to be uncursed by our labors, we must not live too long. Having undeceived you in regard to our reverence for the truth it now becomes us to say that dates and statistics will be sparingly used in this record, for we long ago formed an insuperable aversion to all such, and solne wise English statesman has divided all lies as Caesar did Gaul into three parts-"lies, damned lies and statis- ticsf, Nvhile innumerable have been the heroic exploits and seem- ingly impossible accomplishments of the members of this Class, on account of the above-stated truth and on account of our maiden- like modesty, only those which have gained universal attention and have astounded modern scientists and philosophers will be mentioned. As Freshmen we bore away the palms of victory in a glorious flag rush-though we had previously been shorn of our infantile locks by the order of the incorrigible Seniors. Save for this and a year of honest labor, nothing of interest occurred during our Fresh- man Year, except the occasional falling by the wayside of some of the footsore and weary who went to join their kind in the easier pastures of life, where nettles grow not, neither does the "long- eared animal" weary with his hilarious ejaculations of commands. E'er the withered leaves of autumn fell, in our Sophomore Year, we gained international notoriety by being held responsible for the mysterious disappearance of one, YYillis E., who proved to be an e . ., M. ... errant knight in search of the Holy Grail. llpon the gridiron our football heroes left the unfort.unate l"reshmen in the 'tstill gloom of defeat," and henceforth we have been "idolized" HD by that Class. Just one year after the fabulous, exploits of the wondrous cave- dweller and "humming" knight, his fellow-students smoothed down a little mound of clay, placed some seared autumnal leaves above and, in the soft October moonlight, gathered around the lonely sepulcher and paid their last respects to one who should tread these shadowy vales no more. As Seniors we have long since laid aside all trivial, fond records, all frivolities and all Vanities. Living and thinking with the unas- suming CtLlll1ll6SS and serenity of the sages, we stoop to no commonal- ities or needless pleasures. Wle honor truth, respect the aged, admire the beautiful, aid the weary, attend all dances, balls and shows, council the Freshmen with paternal tenderness, study the solenm sentimentalities of nature's shades and shadows, swipe everything that's loose, wear our corduroys and so live that we can look every man in the face and tell him to go to chapel. Besides the many exploits mentioned in this History there have been many others. Uur Class has furnished many "K" men, most of whom are now in school. Yet we have not neglected other things for the advancement of athletics. YVe have devoted ourselves to the development of all departments of university life. Our race here is nearly run. It is now the time to say farewell to the friends we shall leave behind us and to each other. Allow us now to say in conclusion that though we may have been abused and misused, reviled and slandered by unthinking cowards, we feel that our schooldays have found us as manly as those of any Class that christendom has produced, and we leave here with fond memories of halcyon days that time cannot efface. To one and all we pledge our undying love and support. Nlay God speed you and all that bears the name of State. ,,,..,-..,...,...-1- --ff--ff' : . . . t , W A- -, .1 4 f ff. ,Q ': , 1.17-..' ' . .. .. ........ .. .... - , . 'figs U V, -MH K H A- A -MV 1 f I , 1 4 . i ,, we . .i.fQrw- -Q 1 M., ,,,,,, 1 J i ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,WM , M 1 'V' ii I. ILL-, !.a.z.....1.., "1f"' N X .. .,.., W., ,,,...-..,- .X .,.......,...n...,...., - . ...a .- 1 1 ' ' ' ' ' ,... ,W ...W .... -... . M.. ...,,.....a-.'-....,...,..,,.-. ....- .,.. . ........ ..,. -.. The Kentucky's lllillly wooded hills, Her soft-gliding, silvery rills And valleys broad and fair, Have nurtured lllfllly perfumed flowers That graced love's peaceful, homelike bowers Ivith simple beauty rare. But more than for l1er sunny skies And flowerets and St1'62L11lS that rise In lonely mountain glades Is famed our State for ladies true, Attending school at K. S. U:- Uur worthy college maids. And should we wander far away, 'Neath foreign su11s where splendors Enchant the speeding hours, Tho' mingling with Parisian throngs IVe'd find no beauty there belongs To maids more true than ours. fl. J, x 1 . , . , X r Senior Girls For like the moonlight softly streaming Thro' the giant oaks and gleaming In the mellowed haze, IVith Cupid's bow so deftly bent, VVhose shafts were never vainly spent, They charm our college ways. They labor 'to illume the fame Of K. S. U., and shield her name From tongues to slander given, And as the heedless years shall pass They shall remain the pride of 0u1' Class- The girls of Nineteen Eleven! For faithful, worthy, brave and true As any landis where sun and dew Have strewn the heath with pearls, And charming with th' all-powerful mace Of beauty, truth and learning's grace Are S. U.'s Senior girls. .. . ,W ..--.... ., L ,.,..,,...., ....., ,.. , . ,. .... .. .. .- w.-. , -...,,.,, . --.... .......,., ,- ...W .-,, -w:':-'s A-"f"T"T1L"-n..,, .,,,, H . . . . ',Q"1fQ,, . - . , ,V i A- 1 yg.3f.g.q'2,. Mm.. ,.,.. . .... . . . ...N . .. -,xiii-h.-X! A G hiya? au , ...,. . ,... ..,,T:,,.. , , ,V A-,,MT...,,,., rn: ....V . 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" A good-for-nothing creature. " Why "bits" came to Lexington is perhaps best known to himself and Harrodsburg. For one year he was sub-assistant flunkey to " Little Paul," at the end of which period ol' appren- ticeship he was promoted to become chief Hunkcy. and after one year of faithful service in this honored capacity he resigned his position to accept a similar one under Dean Rowe. In his new position he has served with marked distinction and is, notwitllstanding his early cnviromnents. a fairly decent fellow, a pretty good engineer and a very successful lover. we fleorgz'lo'11rn, Ky. fII.D Y. M. C. A.. li. C. IC. S., Union Literary Society. CIII.D S. Ii. A. .-X. Corresponding Secretary Y. M. C. A. CIV.D 7'rans1'l Staff. Idea Staff. "Years pass not over men's IIeads for nothing." "Preacher" Auliek now invites your attention to his won- derful bluli' and unlimited knowledge of Bridge Design. He is not so young as he might be, but he is not yet too old to beat lien out of his best girl Cfor a short timeD. In the fulness of age, Anlick retired to the wilderness of Georgetown, where he spends his declining years surrounded by his fertile acres. On week days he tills the soil and guides the other "long- eared animals" down the long and crooked corn rows. Un Sunday he takes her to church and sings in the village choir. On other days he sells fruit trees and Spengler's hair tonic on his own recommcndation. ., V..f.... 66 M urion, Ky. QLD Patterson Literary Society. Freslnnan Foot- ball 'llCitlll. CII.D Captain Class Football 'l'ean1. CIII.D Varsity Football 'l'eznn. Intercollegiate Debating Team. CIV.D Varsity Football Team. President Patter- son ,Literary Society. Manager llasketball Team. "I dare do all that may become a man, who dares do more IS none." I 'Charlie Watson" is a man of great physical strength and courage. His "peace and friendship with all, but entangling alliance with none" sort of lnanner has made him greatly respected, and his damnation-daring disposition has eaused many an underelassman to stand with awe and trembling. He is a literary man and a strong debuter, with a slight aflin- ity for the fair sex. .:...' ir:-, ' ' 'K M"-.M ..... ...,,..-....,. -.,... ' fn I K , . Q' 1" ff' p ."gfp4WA" . 1 ,v ,. , 4 Q M nh In ...,.......k....... 4 gt... ., . l 5 f if i .'.'.,,'.,' Q., ...... - ...X-,Mx .RN why, ' , -' 4 ur.. , - V- - ---3. V ----,,-- su.. .-.A..-.... .--v .,.t......Y...,.. . -..W fx l'X'Xl K I V . i C71-mais-ls Knmmn this, li.l'I.Nl. l,1'.r1'ngIol1. Ky. Sigma Nu. flj Keys. qII,j Mystic' Thirteen. Kentucky Mining So- eiely. ClIl.j Lamp and Vross. Decorating Committee Junior Prom. Pan-llellenie ffouneil. S.U.A.A. "Men in their loose, unguarded hours they take, Not that themselves are wisejhut others weak." llniversally known by the appropriate name of "lfid." lle is a six-year man at the lvIllVl'l'Slij', a model of virtue and a star with the ladies. "Kid" is so nlueh hull that It IS one of the wonders of the age that he has escaped the packing house all these years. Kid is a good fellow and an agreeable companion. Ile wears lliS'Illl0tl0l'lt'l'l':IIN-lllIN"l' all the 'l'llllt'1 this coupled with his l'll't'l.l0ll.SllIll1' is ll'l'l'HlStllllC'. lxld is nt, goat, yet he is good on huttmg in. T,-.......,...... .f, 7 -1 X 1 .mf , f! " unix., . 7 5. A .. X x X if NN 7 4 N 1 ' J.. ...fl - ..... A A .. Q. t,.g.,.......f . qw.. , , ,- ..,xN l .. llXlXlt mix- l I l llxl i vllxt .W . xt is t l ' ,W l A 1 . ,ti W Nt I I Q V l . .,,,.. W M VA 'M'----vw-.. ,.".ff 'il t.l.I.x , wx, N , k'f,,f! f.l -, I i 4 15 . .1 It i 1 ,I 1' f, V ,..,,..,.1 I . 1 txxx I K. I. i.t5.,.l'f My K-nj tg xl l f Oman Elmo lifxlnn, BB. in Ed. Alt'l'llt'R C.un.'rox B.-ua.. BS. in Agn-. UMW' A-U' Jlillersbilrg. Ky. QLD Class l"oot.hall Team. Ifnion Literary ' ' H ' Society. Y. M. qi. A. Sigma Alpha lupsilon. CHQ Class Football Team. Winner ol' Ora- CLD 5, lj. A. A. torieal Contest. in Union Literary Society. CIILJ Class Urator. Varsity Debating rlllfillll. Seeretarv Y. M. if A. tlV.J Class President. Editor of Idea. KEN- 'l'Uc,'1uAN Staff. ihl0llllJ0l' ol' Exeeutive Connnit- tee ol' the Intercollegiate Debating Assoc-iation. "A conihination and a form indeed. Wherever God did seem to set his seal 'l'o give the world assurance of a man." O. E. C"Whiskers"D hails from the sunny vales and fertile fields of West Ventral Kentueky. lle is modest and temperate in all things. with the possible exception of a native apprecia- tion for the divine handiwork of the opposite sex. lle is of a generous yet slightly argumentative disposition, never agreeing with any man except with the consensus of opinion as to the mental statins of one "Magister" of this Institution. lle is a dehater and orator of more than local fame, and a eonsunnnate warrior when engaged at this art as all his oppo- nents will testify. Cl IJ .-Xgrieullure Soc-ietiv. tlllj "What, eonseienee dietates to he done, Or warns me not to do. I do." ".-X. C." value to ns from Blillershurg. lle has an ambition to become a farmer, and judging from his einne-easy-go-easy disposition he has ehosen the right. profession. ll' it were not for the laek ol' self-eonlidenee we would prediet. him as the head of an agrieultural eolh-ge: but as his eoneeption of life. as gained hy "Sandy's" logie, is true happiness, we would not say that the luxuries of farm life are eomplete without a helpniate, and reeommend that he pay sonic of his pleasant smiles and eonrteous remarks to fairer ones. N 4 W, .,-,. W "'."ff. in-M 1 Q ,,..,,...., V! V , v 1' f - -'-W ' " ' ' " Y fr , T' , ' I f' ' If 1' -, 4. ...,.. ,.. ,,, -, -...--- - - ----- f- -.,...-. -.., ... ... . --..-.4---.l...................,,.,. M ' ' l ,f E i W 4 -H -- f ' Aka- , -' 1 ' V M "" "1""' 'V M , If M W' .1-W - iwilfzftti-':"f'-"'f'T"" """' A"-M'-A----' W -sf" 'A l v7,.......,-...- ..-.- .... ...- n.-.,- ..? ,,,,,. W.-. x A fi. -, +fiiF1P:?Mff'N . , 1' " - ' ' Y, :L f. .I li xi -,iw .wx K , TQ, f we '-ff' fi' ' 1. 'Y' .QQ-.... ..A. E .11 .... ....,f1s,.. ' .. . ..- , .-.., Q.. - 1 ,. ,-L 5 . lINlYl"Ii5I'l xr- 3. N I iifllii i'iT,'i,.'N1,ff, - E 'ions rmvrmui ssis f . , 5 . - 3 wi 1 -H Ag r 1,44,.5,x il . i .... r Li U K .fi . ii .f V 1 M MW mffflt IIQMWUQJQ '31""T1'i"f"itfTS""lf? '- il9V id, "AW-.."1'.1 1 I' , Kilim! . " .. 7 ' 'iixqiii-n'.5',?' gf. ' A L' X " f t' i . 4 9 fi I i ' U 4 I il-If -iam i ii. 1 A fr 1.?2 tix' 1 li i 1 ' ' "i" f ' 1? I Qi -I . - f e. 1 wa 1- Qi 'ici ' . 1 ll ' Ql4'x,.,. .g.- 1' H ' 1: n A-r :LA ,J o 5 f . X ,A in . lik" . l'lltNl'IS'l' Louis lil-:crm-:n, B.C.l9. .I.xMr:s Al.l"Rl'IIl Bovo, B.M..l'I. JXHMADILI..-K BltlGll'l'EYI'I, l'h.S. in Math. I.0ll'I.SI'I-lllt. Ky. I 'ave lfify. Ky. 7'g,11-lzoywfyl. Ky. illl-5 Glcf' filub- B- C- E- S- 5- li- A- A- CIIIJ Tun Beta l'i. CIIIJ Madliellmtieul Society. Mu Delta Rho. ' w 1 A - - 7 u '--f l"v..' , - ' "1".' 1"f-A'-U CH JNltlllil.g0I' Cnlee Club. xxtlll6i.lC Editor Irina. ily hfiiimigci- Footliiili 'i eiiiii. MMC Ll1lY0lSltX AUL0 Club- I Wltlf' 111' lem- SllllSOI'lDi.l0ll Mzumger Kl'1N'l'l'CKlAN. Transit ily-D St,.0ih,i.S. i4'aiilifiil lim-hi-5. Staff. HH , I t ' ' -ere is un iones num. Client him, Devil-if you eau!" HH t L l l l tl ' i. er cons an :eau y to 1 m orm "Go, tene-li eternal wisdom hon' to rule- "Monk" eume to us from some unknown souree, :md we Stillness with love. und day with light. 'l'heu drop into thyself :md he an fool." take him to he an pretty good sample of his eountry. He was Hg t H H t I I , I , H 1,1 . I tl not known, save lp ' zz few, llntil he heeume the munu er of ..wGl' N. 10 'NUS 'Um 501110 HH' lll le .ass, is u'so .ie lirnesl. has heen with us for only two yeurs. The winters the fooiiimii thiim if: his Senior yum-i This iimdh him iigpiihii. biggest flirt. Many are the lnds who huve fnlleu vietunslto uere too eold :it l'urdue, so he decided to eome South. He is ,ihiimg hiemhiq-S of hoth sexes: hilt hcing ii Ciiiirtci. hichihw her winning smile, her dzmeing eyes und her wonderful line one of the greatest neur-sports in the Class. Sometimes poses of the "WI C. 'fi ii." he Wim mtiici- Shy ai-Oimd the opposite of senseless drool. Her hckleness is exeeeded only hy her as nu advertisement for Arrow brand eollurs. He has :L beuu- acyl His pnhiihiritv Wim fm. hiiii miihy hichmimes, among good looks and muthemutieul ability. lintll the great. ".lt. tiful tenor Y0lC'01lllll he wants everyone to know it. was never thiiiii im. "DiiiiCiiig'ig0y," --Minus" and -f Monk," hi. ivhivli O." nppeured upon the scene. Sweety rode daily lu "Josh s known to get to elnss on time. Will prohnhly he :L consulting he is host known ,ind to which hi. will most Wmiily ihsphmii auto, amd the prolxubililzy of xt June wedding in Georgetown engineer some d:1y.'for he lmsn very eleur idea of how the um- He is van, fond in Clmriwterizing some of his h.h.miS Qi, min., varied inversely as the square of the number of these Joy- verse should he run. "lim-ek" is the greatest 1ietor-stuge- cially if thu. ,irc ,imiiihw than hi. is. rides. Now Swcety rifles no more in Josh s unto. and lt. 0. manager of the present. eentury. We do not need to prove ' i is having 11 hs- ol' sn time in Math. this for he admits il.. amd the future Mrs. Becker believes it.. - ff"3i'3,"'7.. rl. .. . .. im. W' 'A" " 'H " ' W - M ,LN , ,ii ,.. -SA ffff ff"-'T' 1 '- ' A iisv I M 4 Q H , W ,,W. e , ..,. . ...,, .. .. . ,W .,r,,, . .. . . .. .. '. ,., .L . .ffl ii 1. .. . -A' - ' ' - '- 'i.f.f' .few gihhizgl' . 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Ky- l"alfIf-.sIa, lla. lfllflff. lvl. . . . . - r ', , , , , QIIQ 'lIl'l'ilSlll'0l' I nlon l,ltf-l'nl'y homely. ll IN-'Pl'-1 Alllhd- II.2 5. I . .L A. IIILI 'l'rons111-on-Y.M.C.A. Soc-ond Licufenannl. flu-J V2l'l'SlfY BHSCIWII TCFUN- fIII.j Yan-sity Fooiihnll 'l'o:nn. - - - ' J . .' . .. ' .. . Y " ,' , . v . . QlY.j Class Orntor. Cllillflllllll Ring C0lIllllltU3l'. In -I Il1'HlfI4'llff I'-IUVUISOH Lltvl-lib NNNIB- CIN .J lnrsnly, Foolhnll and llaslu-llmll 'l'4-znns. I'l'csicl0nl I'nion I,iIcrnry Society. Vice- Yl1'0'I'l'l'SifI0'llf lI0'll'Y CIW' 'MW Sovivfy- A. I. IC. IC. M. IC. C. I 3 - -' 1 'I ' I - . , . . I IVMIIIIII N ' xl' 1 ' A' "lon Cassius Inns an lm-nn und hungry lookg hc thinks loo ml, .l. . . . 1 V. IIIIICIII sum-I1 mon arm- dangerous." 0::xL':'5i .. "I lllll VUIW' uf 'IU' "WU Nl'IN"'4'-U "Burr" is unc smooth citizen. His 0xl,ruordinalry influx-m-0 Bt-hum ugkimw .. uw gn-M mom 'mm UI- our mlwg up ".I. F." WHS 0l'IIfZl'1UII5' ll 5f'Il00I'I.1'lll'Ilt'I' hcforf- CUIIIIHHI UP Elvfictliflliozg mghfilsiigth9:xli:r:?0oQ0nTn1txIzilgcfxlrfllllfgcw is an man who thinks und lhvn au-ls. Swvvtluncl said: "Skinny Stale und intends lo follow this us Ins Pl'Ufl'fSlUlI. He is u llnlcgg it be his r0nmrk.lLiv wgnliu' 'nth-ndnnce airfd' dow: is tht- bvst guard for his woighl, lhntl huvc uve-r se-cn." Sn- stnrdy worker. an true frim-nd und an good hnunclcr-yctlllc has umm-Minn L0 mg Simms' no iq Mm H mrticdlm. friend gif ,.mt,-'S Si,-4-D pull has m,W,- 5.4.1, lmvn uhh. U, lun. him im., one fhiling. which is his lovv for Imlin. The fault nnghl ho fl IKHT amd madly lm' UW friolidl "clung thug' haw dm-ing her giddy whirls: I'lyssc-s-Iikv. ha- has always been hound 4'0l'l'CCI1l'lIv Il0Wl'V4'Y', by 2' bvttvr knfnvhfflgc of the Sub-'wt' me 4-msg in Cnrpo,-,,m,Q, A gh. ,.Q,,m'I fr,,,,,mGi.0ffgiu ycwl W, lo the nmsl. of dnly. So wa-ll was ln- likvd by "Dope" that II1- is 1-spvcinlly fond of thc usvllllllill' work. and bousls mmnwlit on that rump' ' ' ' In' l'vc-vlw-cl nn vnz-orv on his Junior ye-:nr's work. llc has that he has had it uvvr since- he uni.:-rccl htnlo. IIC is not un ' ' ' '- sonwthing undvr his hnl that IllIlIil'S ns lu-livvv hm- has soma-- :ldmircr of the Vo-cds. but ll IOWI' of SOIIN' Of the 0Ut'0f't0W'l llnng np his slm-4-vc-. lllrls. JIIIII-IIDLI froln KHIIIDIIIISH past hfc Ill Colll-ge wc look for him U, l,N.,,,m. om: of Km-ntnvky's gronl. vdnvnlors. , . I , I falf' T 5 ' , ,, ,, - W.. .... -. - .-.--.. M-, ,. . -. --W------4-------i -- I r A 1. 69 ' . , -f . s '-x,f.,V y,......-.- ...W ..-W -..A ..-.. .-.. .. .. . 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She eaused mueh discord in the Idea Stall ouee upon a time: but, aside from that, she has done nothing of note siuee she eame here. She is one ol' those who, while you would miss her when she was gone. you could not tell what she did when she was here. Some say that she eould freeze an ieiele: others that she would melt. the North Pole but we have our doubts. W x 3 l ' ' 1'i+1anY RooAN Cwssinv, li.M.l'1. l.c.rfinglmL, Ky. fl.j Patterson Literary Society. S. V. A. A. Business Manager lclea. CIHJ lfidilor-in-Chiel' lflea. Captain Battal- ion. Manager Class Basketball 'l'eam. CIYJ 'l'au Beta. l'i. Business Manager KMN- Nl IC C' X I Ii IC 'l'l'CKlAN. .' . . I. . . . . . "What shall il do to be forever known, And make the age to eome my own.' "Perry" is a specimen of the law of evolution, known as the "survival of the litl1est," sinee he eame to us from the prep. He early gave evidenee of marked ability as a writer. and in his Junior year prepared an offering for 'l'hespus whieh was-not received. He is probably best known as one of the originators of the l'niversity publication The Iflerl. He is beloved by all Freshmen, sinee it was he who designed their handsome red eaps. He and "Doe" are our Damon and Pythias. He has always thought himself an athlete, and his physique is ample proof for his thought. He is renowned for the neatness of his l'Ileetrie l.ab. reports. Fs, . .,, i 'f 1 lljf l lili ' r . Mmoa Almmmos Cl.nvi+:1.,xNn, l5.M.lC. lioyfl, Ky. CIA Union Literary Society. CHQ Y. M. C. A. CHD 'l'au lieta Pi. Glee Club. Quarleruiaster ol' liattalion. UVA S. If. A. A. "In his seull there's a famine, a starved reptile eries." Mr. Minor Cleveland, alias "Mae," did noble serviee under "She Pat" and his war-dogs. lVlae got a. good foothold in the prep. and fell into the ranks ol' Tau lleta l'i men with ease, but in his Senior year he has drifted away somewhat from his studious habits, and now goes to ehoir praetiee every 'l'hursday evening'-so he says CPD. If you want to find him on Thursday evenings don't go to ehoir praetiee, but look immediatelly behind the reserved seats at the Hipp. and you will see Mae and the "Widder." , ..... -.-...,. .. .. .., . ..., 5.i..,fmnu.vfV.W ,WW -'MM w 13. . , ,..., ..,. , h' H xl . , iU7,,..-....,.,. ......7,. .f.,- , If ,pp W , , . A l ' V li' ' xr-J3..s..., V 1 . K il '- Q I A ,-.-- W A . , H M ,,.,, A Ak U M., , , .... ....,.,..-. ,.,, ., ..., .., . . .. . ..,......., .. , ,. ..... .. , , . .wi ,, I gh r .. 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MNHSON Gmwm FW U N , I I n Lebanon .lll'Ill'f1llII. lxy. Hfmlmmn KW Q' " A " 1' 'H UN- 1 1- - - ' l rnncrszft Xl . Alpha Tam fjlllilgil. , 'I CLI lfnion liifvrnry Soc-icty. Class Prcsidcnt. U., 5. If X Lx , . plnss lgnntlmll Tennn I ' CIl.I ll'C9Ill9l1i. Henry Flay Law Sovil-ly. CIIJ B. f'. IC. S. Second Lieutenant liatlnlion. gIl.I Xu-0-President, Neville Lilorzirv Soc-ic-lv. .Um . . 'l'3lll .BGIZI Lillllp 21,1111 c'I'USS- 7 1-flflxlf D ql,c,l,vt HIV Q, , VI 10 HIPIIILZ of IIIS lllllglll' was lnnsiwl und In- spake- plain." Stuff. lrlea Stall. 1l'Il7IlIl1I Stall. ' " I ' ' ' emo' ' 'lm' --I 1.." .. . . - . - . . , , , . -ll1I..L hl.Illl to us first from thu pine--olud lllhlllllillllh CIX. inn-Hcllcmc Council. of old Pulaski, mul ilu-n fl-0 - - . '. "qua-h lnlrmonv in motion in I ' ' ll fi I L Y ' I m LN Halls of ilu' himmki . . . ' . I . sn---, -, ,- sn 1, - . " Love me 4-urly,lovv mu l1ll.0,l0V0.IlI0,lI0l1l'q',IlUll.tlll:Slllll,l'1y 'l'lmt, yyithout fnirncsn, Sin. will :link lglitii- 1,i,Lnl,ilii1i in nil?lzinvitilitstiglllb 'mu' hf'T'.'u5I5 m'l""""I lnku swc-ou-sl, notos of form-st bird. from llonnlv s throat . l"""'ll' of UN' Kvillnvki' sinh I -- Thu uni' an I-'Wt' f"""' UH' this may In-114-In-II," v NIIIICFVII IS al worthy ninnvsukc of tho Goddvss of Wisdom. illlllllEll'V.S In-ncil nndllhv virili ? iibli- liiwnlmms iifilmlwi ,, . . I b I . JNUOIIUISlIIOI'Cl'Ilgl'I' lo drink "dm-up from thc Pia-rinn sxrin 1" I - 1 .f ik , ' ' ' L'- min 4' mlgmlgc lllwl' IN' llns lmnrlsomi- young gpntlulnun hulls from .c :mon . uni- than is she For mlm- mmm 'mlm ' ml .I L mb Mn- mum to use f.n,n,4.nnnn both nf Hmm, subjucts l'0n' und 'nw boon hnnning nmnnn uns nina. fm. nbnnt SIX mutha' :mil ,lwfwl H 'LI H cinn s 11 I-1 nonnrcd thi- god- slaunps hun ns an coming Iciulg-r in tho ranks of tho G. 0. lr. yours. llntil his Junior your hm- wus n dihgf-nt stndvnt und dcvoutlv wmlqhi ,lg it tl flflllllllh ng l,'u"'l0Il vm" 'mil She HOW do-voted ull his limo to his studios, hut during this Amir he that H llvrmih 'E ' Morgar: 310 1l't2'Ll"Qnf'- 'qt l'llfll0:'Cd was so unfortnnuto ns to contract n si-mix. cusp of oflftllll- Sdmol life, Minerva iq u wr" 'I v H'.'lr'n"l'fll" 'Hpjf ln. 'Or niIis," which has continually grown worse. und we hl-smile to uppwcfutv M first-1-thi' 3 bfi Imflf 'Y"":-1105 fllfhflllll lo predict that hc will soon join tho ranks of hcnvclwls for is thc inscpmumc com ml:i0Tl?f Sift' 0 full mfll that fhf' four that lncmornhlv occasion will he S0l0llllll.Z0ll ln-fora this Pun has bcgtum-J U 0:1 her I' :iNLI"1i"1- I 5120915 HN If hook min be printed. With all his faults ho is n hnv follow, Class' Yon mm' knigw hor hxflillll-I I-tml' 'mffllll' 0' ull Ulll' and will no doubt inziko an modvl huslmnd. ' - lr mm' Nm' '- f fi TT"T7'7'F7"7'F"TT'T'T-777'7IASTQAAA7Ani V' "A W W "AW 'W W ' ' "A"'V'T"i' I WH- A- w--M'-fn-.--M.. --.....n.. .,,, . ,,, ,,,,, ,,-,,,V -,M W-,ww A h5:'ff7fl77A'C2!ll 'A in ,....i A i'5i'i:l'ii:: Ni H f ,. , ' I wwf -1'7i'i:"1i'fy U " " " 'slf 'XA fill-L'-'fi' A ' U V' li "2 ll ' af I I 'LJ fi, .Ai . i 4 Q X . "AIAA-l""""""" " "'. 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QQI Rl Il 1' :Ii Iql lik-Ll J I -I Umnxrz l'ncnf'lc f'ltl7If?KiIl.-XNK, BB. in Math. C'll.'x1n,I-:s lflnwooo lhxmn. l5.M.lC. Osrf.-uc LE:-1 D.-xv. l5.Nl.l'1. l,a.1-ingfozr, Ky. lluzel Green. Ky. I,m11's1'illz'. K!!- fll.D Seeretnry l'hilosophi:1n l,ite1'au'y Society. fIIIj S, ll, A, ,XII In I q U I I . A f 1 I Q I . QIILD Vice-l'resident I,llil0S0lJlll2Ul l,itel':u'y So- UVI3 AI SI MI EI AI II EI EI I I I I I II I,iI,tyI CIIIJ B0l16llll2l,ll Cllu x. I mek leaun. QIVJ l'resiclenl l,llil0S0lllllilll Literzn'y Society. "Sl", what "MY "Um wilhiH"i111'3Es'0 QIVJ President Louisville Club. , , , , lhe angel on the outwurrl side! hec'retan'y lrlca liourrl. Class l rophet. IXICN- IIII II II I I III II I I II I II I II I II I I I I , I . zm, ,IO u ure Ies IIIQIOIISCI smr , un s rom I nze H 1 ki-'XN 5t'lH- Green. He lnnclecl in this town nn innocent, nnsoplnstleutecl mountain youth, but nssoeintion with "French Stew" Kern U'l'hOllgll I nm not splenitive uncl rush. yet I hnve some- HFIIIII XIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII lm, what She is mul num. umm. Im0thI.,.I" and JIII Mort. stint him toIthi- Inpl. time cu-eusic:InuIlly surplsses thing in me dangerous." I I I I I I nnse -ns we ns every mor y e se- my nnswe mf., n ques ion I I I I I I I I Ullme joined us lll our Sophomore yenr. On entering she in Elm.t,.icityI violently ,,pp0S0,1 to outing breakfast but I lhls youthIenme to our fold m the lull of 08 lroin Louis- lhonght Ishe haul rather spend her "money," time and place ,loublvs up on his ul10wnm,l.,,t flinm.,-I H0 has VCPII, utakinIII-- yille Mule Hlgh Zjehool. lzerhups lns greatest achievement. in l lll'llllSll'j'Z hut, ales, she elnlngefl her mmrl. home thought walys ng 4m inspection of the pm-luinvd M-ticlos in his ,.0,,m is that of eontenlllflg Wllll Lltfll' Pilill Iwhen he nuule hnn she f'llIlllf.fl'4l to Math just to he with the boys, but now they will SIIUWI His fum. would he quite an ,ldormmmt fm. any see as he sxufl. llc spends much of his time ln trying to get think 4liH'erentlIv. She wished to show others how little they 1-0gm.S' gnllcl-I-I 5mm.ti,m., sings in HN, Ulm,-cl, vhui,-I ahead of n eertzun Ramsey. but has not yet sueeeeclexl. llo knew about Annlyties and Calculus. Wihile we nclmire her ' is iivvillil-j2ll1lllll'l'u Lul'tey's closest frienfl und eonficlnnt. :mil her ability, yet we think she is too fond of working for No one knowsIquite so much of the nrt of hluffing usIhe. " unknown quzultitiesf ' Soeiety nncl nthleties have no nttrne- :md he never falls to use thlS te fwvfl 1NlV4lHtUt-'IC' Hl'ISlll'I3"lS0l1 tions for her, hut we are in hopes thnt :L Gnle would hlow everyone when he lveeurne an, member of the Boheunun Club. her among us. Our hopes lnuve vunishecl, "Dope" hns nl-'er yet seen the light of Day. . V Y I 1 72 1 ,-,..:rr ----W . 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Rvvortl gil, bil 'tA,' Ab' B . :L . :A A 'crson A crarv Soc-it-tv. - 'illltllll ass :isclmll 'Fc-im l,ill4'l'ltlll1lllIlS. or " Pop for short. is-from Owgn K ounty. lil., Claws Bilstflltlll zllltl Bzvililslllvlll 'I' H- - ilu., l'utleI.s0n Litomrv qmhivhi Ill- has lwvn In-rv for muny yt-nrs.lml dnl not join us until Iimltmmm BWH. I- XM- I ' ' '. huns' llrcgid , t Y Xl '. A ' ' ' lus S1-nior vt-ur. 'I'houfh Pom has dont- mnnv during dt-cds, ' ' ' ' 'I Nm' 4 Nslxllllll BHSIIWSS xlilll' f f " in ' ' ' ' I" A' Nlllllill-fel' Bil54'lHlll ' P' l . ' . -In---ll li. XII - t - , the most. snow-ssl'ul und most prohtnhlc- an-t ln' cvvr connmttwl ' z-U f CW- x D t Uml- I l I Ctll' lttlltor IylqN1'l:pKMN. him, was to gc-t, murrivd. Judging from our tlC'flllillllltll1C0 with Iflvll btllil. Vllzltl livin Pi 55"Vl'f'Ul4'- xl. E. C, him in tho pust wv 1-un suv it has nrulo 'L num of him -and HY D QHINMQ H' ' ' '. '- Q "' . . - Y - 1011 Nl'ui-1',- "-.--. -- wt- would uflvisv some ol' our 1 lass to do lllil'WlSl', Pop is lflll lKl"N'l'Ulq-KI xN E.l.df2"ml3 Idea' l,',v'lMll0l ,H X hh' lm? lm llfl'-- nn :ull-round jolly follow und lovml by ull. "Dopv" is his H J ' "hh lblxcumll Iclml- N Oumlxllll-tlw nwr ill IHS l'l'.""l5hls' ln-st l'ri4-nd, hut hu docs not know it. Pop is too lnzy to claum N 'ml' 'l"l0"'llm1'fl Illl- glH.lp,.im 0f?'1.m.5l U, UN. luzil-51 ,mm in UN. Class' gmm.thmg H JUIT1. trut has bwn wmv to mum lrillvll tha- wind lalows it. always l'lll"I'l1'S somvlhing with it ongit to stir hun up. N 1 ' I lllllll lllll HIS lwvn kt-pt nt, honw. llgllosilililullrl-Ililly't, ylhlvili soc-nn-cl to lu- thin- om- that was 'Dog-k 15 4, ,lun-kg but thvm, if mon, 'misc about him than inlwmhin pill-.lriinly tlilq- ftbllllllllnlllbll liailypig ln-4-n 4-rm-t..4l nnytlunll vlso. Ont' grvut, fnnlt with Dock is that ht' stnvs nt his 'l'li4--' 'Lf - I ' lnln 5' 'V lhlmgh f"'l""'l'5 5"""'5 l" l"' honu- too nun-h. I-Ind ho ln-vn in tht- Dorm with us we would tht- .. FIS Tl Us lhlgrw IW md. "X!1"'N'i'f' f"S"fH'f'l' Wtlrli ill luwo lllllllt: an ln-ttc-r mnn out of him und stopped that lnilniz' and llilli:f:l llllrlllns .mllcgv ml' "'.'l"U"""l"l-5 UP f00l4'r-1 WU' of llll- Ht' has an vm-ry prolly voic-0 iso tht- girls sau-J Dow thi- pl-lv-1 ilr' Ill the- roota-rs 1-lub at 4-wry gunna-. n-hd hc pvrslsts ln amnoyint-Z You with his clnoicv songs utln ltoiv l I" limi 'llnu ,A un' vlnsslls Dunk m uw nah'-llmlhhil mm. when you most desire silmw- Dock took thc right' not lyfllilfh 14- gum-ml upon lnln wln-n an lllt'l-4' l,1r05lli1'illllln cpursc, for hr is lltt'C'llIlllll'lll in 1-vurytliing, vvvn his voiu- M, il dll- ti' mff'r'f"""' llll' m"llUIl lllllsion. still stivks rmgs us 1-lrnr :ls that of tho anvil. gum'-mmnol .1 tint. like-d hy mnny, low-ll hy om-, IN. 3, at 1 L --f- fur- f-'t -is"-",'g'2Q4 1 l s W ' girl' l . ,, , ,ii 54,5 lg, lp:,-.,.. .,....g g- ' p l , ,. . -y b, V 'Q .....,.-.lf ,fr V . -......-.-..i--,.-.,,, -- .,,,,.,, ,,,, , A , ,, , A f s ' ww f y f....f if Y, i , V, .,-1 -rs.-54 ,gs '-'-m'- Qs.: i. 73 i 3 , ,f N i t - ' 1: :ai-up i1TQiifF7filiiif i if V 'ii'i"f'f"'f:' , N - fy'af.gi.i',Lfs'f,'.'.'?Sif1,1 .sim-i1.'iR,',FN1i2 5 ' X K j - 1 'A lr K. .,,,,.,,, K . A Mali - L W, , i . ,,,. , ply, WM y a J A i i l 'i"'W:lfl Qui iixj-AJ'ixiri'L' A' l L ,il F wi ii lil S ' .. fi Nil L l ' V' 5 1. , 1573 1 il- '5 it 3 5 ' ' ' l A i I ..4.L..g - ..,, . 4 . 'A , 'L v A ,f lf' if lx fi' H ,ll fi! :I V i. 'f if '1 Ml lilcoimrz fiRl'1l'1N lh'N1,iw.l3.C.l'1. C'ilAlu,r:s l"n,xNc'1s l,l7NN. l5.S. in lid. Svinuu Oxslf: l'lliIilCR'l'. l5.M.l'l. Dry Ifizlgr. Ky. ilIm'n'1'1zg l'l.t'H', Ky. ii01'li7'l!lf07l. Ky. A .". ,-. v- . .. i."..1' Alllll-I lflll Ulm!-I-L CLD lfnmn l,ltur:u'y hoc-wty. Him 'hum ll' llj Pzllterson l,it01':u'y Sm-ivly. B. C. lil. S. cn, D Y M C, Vx fun? Nlystit- 'l'l,i,-mum Yairsitv Footlmll 'l'c:un. ' ' ' ' ' I' A ' 1 H xi n 'H . D CIlI.j Launp :md Cfross. l .D . ystu' 'urlecn. Nnrsily Fciollmll 'lk'-un. ,, . . . .. , , , K ldh-ns-ss is thu smirm-u of ull ovll. BllSlll'0SS xlllllklgcl' llllffl. A. 5. llll.l Lamp and Clross. Varsity lfootlmll 'l'0:nn. llY.l illllll lic-lu l'i. Varsity licmllmll ,li02llll. " lla' is ai slntuv of :L l'll'I'Cllll'S.-i "Old Lady" has ln-vn :L distinguishvd pm-rsumlgv 4-vor since thx- ll. I". ll. rc-linquislu-cl its 1-luim upon his mail. llc- is :L product ul' thx- prvp und has playvd on thu l'0nt.lmll tm-:un l'nur yi-urs. llis kind dispositiun mnkvs him u fnvm'itv :ummg thu lndivs, hut his lovm- :iffairs im'zu'iuhly 4-nd by soim-one In-nlim.: his limv. and l,ll0I'0f0I'0 hc- is ulwnys hrukcn-liozn'l'vfl. llis lmppivsl, mnmm-nts ure- spvnt either un North liromlwuy ur in tho Scniur drawing-romn whvn M1-rc-Iialnt or Mony fur- nishos him with ulllm- llilrlnmf' l "Did" is ll very mod:-st youth. His mudm-sly is va-ry prnmim-ntly shown ut dzlnvus. 'l'h1- girls suy ll1'lS ai gi-m-vlul wc lmvc our dmlhls nhout it. though wi' nc-vvr him. His jokvs QD url- all luuglmblc, hut lllvy are so pliilosupllir-ul that hc is thu only one that 1-un 1-njoy thc-m. llc is thi' grc-atcsl. tulkvr GD of thc 4'l2LNS, but nc-vor suys uny- lhing. unlvss it is in thc' rm-citzition room, und not than until :ill thv rvst llnvu "lima-rl" out or lmvc cxlnulstml their supply uf rozidy information. Did hus lwvn hvrv for yi-urs. hut, did not vnroll with us until last Sm-ptclnhcr. H0 wont to L1-lmnon linivcrsity lust summvr und grzuluutcd there with al elm-guru of li. S., hut in order to lmvv :L "rc-p" hm- thought luv would flil.IlC4'I', hut. rlnnccd with join thx- Class of "ll :Lt Stutv. 74 A. I. E. IC. "To him no high, no low, no snmll: Hu Hlls, ln- bounds, vonnvvts, und 0Clll2l,lS all." "Sprig' ' has lwcn with us tlircu yours, und has shown hiniss-lf to be ll, mun of much businz-ss campau-ity. Ho knows huu' to du most ovvrytlling in thc world :md dovs not licsiluto in tolling ono how it should bc done. Hu is ll, nmdcmta- 1-utur and strictly tcnlpvrutv except in drinking "gravy," which is his fnvoritc bevvmgv. We :irc sorry that "Gravy" was out of school during thc first of thc your on mfvount of illness, und it will prolmhly rc-quirc some work in thc summvr to complete his course. , IW. h, l l ,, ffl, . ., X- I I XMI H XA' X My S. 1'1...rg.,I.xI' .I l'I Nl' I lXll'Y'st if Q ' Elsrrii , ns.. x--:N 1 N i - X lx. ll I.n.i.i.xN '1'1cam' 1"1-:lec:lisoN. lt. 5- -ions .l.-xxncs Frrzlwrmck. B.Mi.l'l. :hi!fI,0Wl'It.t. ADDlNG'l'UN l"ora.lf:, l.l..l5. La f'cn1rc. Ky. L,'1,p,-fy, Ky. tA.li. and A.M. Georgetown t'ollegeJ .Xlpha Xi Delta. ll""U"""l- KN' llsl Neville Lltf"'f1"Y S0f'l0l5'- Y- iv- ii- A' tl-J Patterson l.iteral'N Society. tlyj Il Cl I ' ' ' ' ' CIIJ Vice-l'resident. of Class. Social f'0lIllllltiCC , 7 5 5 1 , t . . X , 5 . '- '.0lll'N 'FQ' 'ffm' 50f"0lY- It 'UW' l1lll'l" Y. XY, C, A, ULD 5' I" 'L A' ,dm hun' X ' M' C ' 'X' ary Society. Editorial Staff lxrnlncky l.u11'.lu11r- lIY.D Ring Committee, Secretary Local Pan- Hellenie Association. "She's pretty to walk with. Slit-'s witty to talk witih. And pleasant, too, to think on." Lillian surely saw the light of day under an evil star. She has suffered not only physical misfortunes, hut. also nmtual ones within the past year. She is a devout worshiper ol' Mor- pheus-so great. is her devotion to him that she often pays silent tribute during recitation periods. She, as it were. IS very strong in her convictions, but rarely ever shows, her strength. ller favorite study is Philosophy in which she IS exceedingly apt. All the girls at "Pat Hall" are jealous of her hecunse of her relation with Mrs. Wallis. She never cats hreakfast, hut eats a double dinner. She calls this economy. She is a perfect fiend over bargain sales. lf. .:.... ..- CIIIJ Captain Company A. r tlY.j K1f:N'rUck1,xN Staff. l'au Beta l'i. "Not quite so wise as Solomon." " Fitz" is a product ot' Casey t'olmty. He came here with the intention of becoming a pedagogue, hut on aeeount of the classes having so many girls in them he changed to engi- neering. llc delights in telling of his rolnantic adventures with the girls ot' t'asey County, hut his stories are not. new ones, for we were all young one time. For the first time since a Normalite he became fond of society in his Senior year, though he never let it interfere with "Dope's' ' work or going to the "Quit-k." llc had some aspirations in his Junior year to he a soldier, hut this was prohahly due to his room-lnates from Fort 'l'homas. nal. "The great silent men: they are the salt of the earth." " Mae" is one of those serene individuals who thinks twice and does not speak at all. Joy, anger, love, hate -fff -all these emotions may or may not. have heen felt. hy him, his closest companion cannot tell, hut if they have, their effect was so slight or his control so great that the calm peace overspreading his hcatific countenance was never distnrhed. Ile canine from Georgetown-"lovcliest village of the plain"-and perhaps that explains it all. "A wise old owl sat on an oak, The more he heard. the less hc spoke: V 1 lla- less he spoke. the more he heard. Now. llt'I't'.S a fellow like that bird." is i " 1 fifty-wjp' '- 75 kai' 44'.Q.' 'i...w" 1 .st'H3'vIl X-s Xl'tI4'1litl N:-vlrs is M,-lX'lLti."Qt I 'Nh Ixl IY'll I lXIt'T'-'r-'- ' L A. t.l.'5 .. I XC'.X1"k35 f 'N li.l.i.m '-QX'FR' . N Bluxrox Fosricu, l5.M.E. l',xul. Fa.-xseis, li.lC.M. Wsixrian I4I.xuN.l5.CT.l41. t lou lfiz-I1 rnoml, Ky. Alpha Tau Omega. tl.t Vaptaiu flass Football Team. tll.J Hand. S. lf. A. A. . v v tlll.7 h.l . A. A. tlY.t Mandolin C'lub. 'l'au Beta. Kake. "Xobody's business. nobody's business, Nobocly's business but his own." ".labus Stubyn is one of the 1910 stragglers. His short stature and sunny disposition make him a general favorite ot' thel'lass. Ile isa f'llill'tl'I'-lllt'IlllJl'I'Ui. the Tape iVorm Organi- zation and frequently joins in with them on a seronade: but sinee he was aeeidentallyf?J sealded one night at "Pat llall." he has lnade his visits far and wide between. He has :I mania. for red lanterns. and has quite a large eolleetion ol' them. "Johny" ought to make a. suec-esst'ul engineer, as he has spent several years in preparation. Jelzieo, Tenn. ll.Q Vlass Baseball. S. ll. A. A. K. S. if. Ur- ehestra.. Band. CHJ Band. S. lf. A. A. tlIl.J Gleet'lub. fit'l'llttlllf'llllD. Baud. K.Al.S. tlY.J Manager Varsity 'l'raek 'l'eam. Glee I lub. Band. iw. lt. A. A. "Blow, winds. blow, set, the blul'l' words flying." Paul Franeis, whose most familiar appellation is that of father, upon arl'iving at, the l'niversity was first seized by Professor Walter K., and as a resultwas put into the prep, bill on aeeonnt of throwing shot was let out after t.he required number of years. His favorite pastime for the last. three years has been that of heart-smashing, in which he is very pro- ficient, having sueeeeded in eoinpletely demolishing one. He is quite a eornetist and singer, and enjoys telling " Mae" Cleve- land his stunts performed before the Virtuoso Vlub of lloston, when Mae is working out. an intricate formula in stealn engine. l.e.1-irtgtmz. Ky. 41.9 11.41. ic. s. tlY.Q liditor-in-I'hiel'7'rfm.sil. "Bluff, bluH', nothing but. bluff." Walter blew into the prep some six or seven years ago from some unknown souree. and at onee sneeeeded in getting his bluff in on "She Pat." Don't believe in studying or going to elass more than onee a week. Has the bluff on every professor in the l'niversity, but he had to make a speeial trip from Vanada to get out of Physics. He delights in talking of himself and ean tell many interesting stories ot' the ex- ploits of Mr. Harn. Has a very serious etfenlinate weakness and has been engaged so many times he ean't recall them all. 'l'o sum up, he is a pretty good fellow with the proper mixture of bluff and ability to make good. His favorite stunt is to wear a new ring eaeh day. "Every little jewel has a meaning all its own: l'Ivery new engagement by a new ring ean be shown." A I N My AVVVA- A .... .,., L f, J 1 Nur,-...Ex 7... .. ' ,Til M43 l"-.i""" ' K A ,... ., t IV A Y - - A I 1 W... .. M.. .,...,,p..,L,.. - ..........,.... H... .- A......, ..,.. -. My .. 76 C:-.2 ,.....,,,,- -,..- -. A-.-Nag-:L v . -,,... - ,...,... .....-. . .. Q, .xml- K 4 2 x . ,f V, I " ix. . 'I' " -'Af"' , -444. ...f .. .....,,.. l lINIXl'lt'--il1X'-- J QI V' .,' "' . 1 1-.1 all f lxlxxscs f I 1 xy-vi no ,jk ' i rf 'Y al on I V l I 1 A ic l . E- A L. -..-. 1 i . Awrnun Bowan II.xsw1f:L1., li.M.l'l. G1-:oncu-3 Nl.vr'r IIuNnn1e1isoN. B.IC.NI. Hardinslmrg, Ky. QLQ Union Literary Society. QIIJ S. If A. .L I tIII.l Lieutenant Battalion.. NYJ Student Representative S. I . A. A. X I IC E X S WI IC T , v . I , , . . i . . reasurer .X. I. IC. IC. "He that hath a beard is more than a youth. lint he that hath not a beard is less than a man. Percy' first became known to "She Pat" five. years ago. and was one of his troublesome lads. He ean tlnnk of more mischief and perform it with more mnoeence than any member of the Ulass. Practice has made hun so perfect lll the art of throwing that he eau drop an eight-pound sack of water from the attic window upon a derby. anywhere on thc.eampus. The "Knight of the Sturdy Stride has never forgiven hun for that little escapade that happened just before Xmas.. He I ,l to lot "Mnsty" know that he thought lots of hun- ovu he even wanted to speak to lmn on Lunestone, whether he saw him or nhl. .g..' -..... ...... fs- - N I V .Y 1'r'l1ol.w'1'Il1', Ky. Sigma Chi. tl.l Varsity Football Team. tII.J Varsity Football Team. CllI.l Varsity Football Team. Mystic' Thirteen. tlY.l Varsity Football Team. Lamp and Fross. I'apla.in '08 Football Team. "A mighty man was he. with large and sinewy hands: The muscles of his brawny arms were strong as iron bandsf "Cap" won his fame on the gridiron, but we do not mean to imply that his only claim to distinction lies in his ability lo make "Duffy" take to the tall and uneut while "Louie" is elimbing the nearest tree. Cap is a good fellow and a shark in "Student Assistant." business. He is well known and uni- versally admired for his brilliant playing. He is one of the few "idols of the students" who has not lost his head over the honors his work has brought him. May we have more like him. 77 l l.I I i i'X'il' MM 4 .I H' Q I R, x N. gl 1 'a 'I it 1 n I n in ff 1 X Jmssm I'll'l'lll.-KN I'IIUIiI.l'lIt, IIS. in lid. I'c1r1's, Ky. "IIib" eame to us from gay Paree three years ago. She is an aeeomplished flirt UD. and her looks are only exceeded hy her sharp tongue. She is of a sunny disposition and within the merry eyes there always lurks a mischievous smile. During the three years of her stay here she has been the speeial pet of Aunt Lucy, who ean always tell where "IIih" is not. She is fond of arguing, especially with Professor Noe, and is our most aeeomplished "skipper." Iler most desperate deed for this year was to at.teud the Tau Beta Pi danee, to prepare for which she skipped sehool for three days. Her favorite expression is "Uh, what a weary. weary world." with "Uh, XUII, Pill!" running a elose seeond. whieh la-t expression sounds clifi'erently to most hearers. . f 3 7 f til.. l Y . 'A . I I- I. ,f , V. xi, 4 . .VMQJ . I l "At X," 1, IIC llX"1 ll"sl'l'X:'v Y lt,k.lXlI Nf--I8 I'nn. RANCII I'I0l.I.OWAY. li.IE.M. Fnawcrzs f,'LI'It'I'II,ANlJ Huolu-ls, B.S. Uscan W11.l.1,xM Inwlx, IIS. .'Viclfolr1sz'1'llrf. Ky. l.e:ring!on, K gf. lirrfermlla, Ky. Sigma Chi. Kentucky Mining Society. Mystic Thirteen. liIY.j 'I'au Beta Cake. "A youth to fortune and to fII.IllC unknownf This specimen of the products of Nicholasville is known ahout the campus hy the same name as the Dago candy- vendcr. though we are far from saying what resemblances the identity of names lnight imply. After two years of tire- some travel ln-hind the iron horse of "Little Paul" he decided that he was on the wrong road to success, and got himself a transfer to the underground railroad ofthe "Miners." IIe is a harmless. good-natured creature, with a winning smile and a sunny disposition. He is a social lion and a favorite with himself. "Phil" intends to sell gold hricks for a green- goods agency when he gets out of school. " Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her infinite variety." Frances has been with us only three years, but within that time she has not only conquered everything in her own de- partment. hut. Alexander-like, she has invaded Mechanical llall, seeking new worlds to conquer. She has never been known to he too vexed to tidget and sing hutonce since being here. and that was when she had been suspected of purloin- ing an Ingersoll. She is quite a hypnotist, and frequently uses Aunt Lucy as a subject. She contains more good spirits per pound than any person in school, except Minerva. May her merry laugh continue to drive away our cares. She has seen several summers, hut only one day. "May the hest day of her past he the worst day of her future." CIIJ VVinner Patterson Society UratoricalCon- test. Representative ol' State University in '09 Intercollegiate Uratorical Contest. "For what thou hast not, still thou strivest to get." "Ananias" landed here some ten years ago from Green- ville. We don't know whether he is going to graduate or not, but we hclieve he ought to be given a diploma on his merits as a blutfer. His holdness is unequaled and his honesty un- questioned. He is a loyal supporter of athlet.ics and quite an accomplished orator. As an artist he bids fair to rival Rembrandt. We are expecting great things of him in the future as a physicist. since he has already formulated the fourth law of lnotion. Some say he is a phonograph: some think he is a hot-air machine, and yet others think he is a gas engine: but we could set him down as a hlower. Ilow- ever, it is an ill wind that hlows good to nohody. ,1.w-n-v...- W., W.- ,...... .M ..... . .. Q A mg - I , . ., 'H "rg is if N -.Ql.'.i.,. 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If I were asked why I came to college I would say that it was ordained so that I might know Bessie. I have often tried to play basketball, and, as you see, have made my "K," which is my second greatest pride-my complexion is first. At the beginning of my Freshman year they called me "Nao- mi." 'l'he girls say that I start every prank that occurs at the Hall and Mrs. Wallis believes them. I think it is a pity to have such horrid, common things as boys here: they always expect you to recognize them. Of course, "Josh" is ex- cepted. I think that I know more astronomy than any other subject studied here. I am undoubtedly the best joker at "The Hall." Now, don't laugh-I mean it. . ., 5 '- ' if L. :' 4.13, f . J ill z'fZ',11-"1,- 71' k . l ' 1'--f-:.l1--..- -ful' 'M "" "W" 'LN A' ' j 'Xn'l:n.ls,, ' 1 My ,l K.X.,.,,, . , WA... V xx if . Yi l. .3 l l',- I - ....-N.. 'Slit . 4' - Sift iz: ix. . ., . il .. t .C 1. .. -, 3 aili f'r e I xiii? M f , ia. Nl I l as' ft . ' A M 5 Vx, . Jfmms 0'r1s L1cw1s,A.B.inEd. Stanley, Ky. QLD Class Football Team. CIIJ Class Football Team. CIIIQ Union Literary Society Debating Team. Vice-I'resident Y. M. C. A. Lieutenant Bat- talion. ' CIVJ Corresponding Secretary Y. M. C. A. KENTUCKIAN Staff. President Union Literary Society. "Only a little of the fruits of wisdom, only a few fragments of the boundless heights, breadths and depths of truth have I been able to gather." ' ".I. O." possesses a peculiar characteristic that differen- tiates him from all other members of the Class. To him a joke is an insult, society a bore, the ladies all frivolous. IIe is an authority on courtship. and opposes woman suffrage and eo-education. Had he lived in the time of Plato and Aristotle we would call him a sophist: had he lived in the time of St. Basil we would call him a monk, and had he lived in - 1 -, '1,"'7"., 1 tw 1 , , it --., - t ij I .A g - .ttf :gem I 'ti'- lfixvriy AVIIIIAVI Xue usrus Luarl i BMI Maymlle ity Class Baseball and I'ootbalI hams A II f lass Baseball Itam III Ian Beta P1 Bohemian Klub God made him the rm fou ltt him p iss fora man with oursmlu s IIa was tha most xahant dcfmndtr of our flag in 07 Has always bc en an ardmnt supports r of class athletu s but naturm forbadm his fntermg mort strenuously into athltt ics H1 lns ugars and Day ncur separate He is becoming quitt a fancltr ln automobilt gas tngmts smu acquiring, L controlling mtercst in tht Ix S U has fompany II is now Lonttmplatmg spending tha summer amid the rural scents of Ahttihlllfdllll m farohna Bill is one of the fc w bills that bccomc, more pltasmg at math nut prtstntatlon lhls Bill works whtn he has to but he ls always nady to K the time of Luther we would call him a reforlner, but as he recreate whtn 0lHtSl0I'l of'i'1 rs Ile will maltm good at cr rtun is the product of the twentieth century we will call hun funny. things """"' "-'fm' U I WM'-I " -I .. . 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U' M'YllIirq2l1l"Xh F UNlVl"lCiI'l'X5 1 YN Il r mi-,ssus - 'A M15 I 1,g,m1,w,,, I ..-H .,.. Z A,., ,,, ,.,,,.. t V, I ,,A,,,,,,,u, , - Tm s . I I x I i , . X HENDRIX GlLBl'1ltT I.Y'r1.1c, B.C.lQ. 1'll0I7I'l'7IgSf7l1I'g, Ky. CLD B. C. E. S. fIl.J S. li. A. A. Vlass Baseball Team. QHIJ German Club. Second Lieutenant Battal- ion. CIVJ Tau Beta Kake. KEN1'ucluAN Staff. Transit Staff. Cap Committee. "Look not on greatness save where greatness lies." " Mercury,' ' as his name implies, is somewhat ofa chemistry shark UD. He blew into State with the rest of the bunch and fell in love with J. Morton at first sight. Since then, however, he has had many such affairs. particularly with "Josh" and " Hess." While not so swift as liflereury of old, he gets there just the same. He sometimes imagines he is cut out to be an insurgent senator, but just at present his greatest ambition is to get his diploma, liek "Josh" and then settle down on the "Old lVlan's" farm. where he can read ".Kinky's" lee- tures by the fitful twilight to "Mrs, l.ytle." ' f .Ai , i 1 i K .. ..- 1 ' it X j f , v . . UH X Q M , 1, ,- L 1x..:..... Y. . . ' ' L 1 .1-.5 .. I 1.1.1.-i W 1 .X ", ' J f:xlc'x'rn's - l '-.sg .. 4 i lf. I . , , A I K . V '.' it -' lil q' H I E .lv ,Q ,....f I K i ' ' ' 1' if H . I flu! :J gm .ffm 'JL x I l f as ' li 4 . : V I - 'eq .Ll B il' . I . I .V xg 3 X Q gl . Y ' .XR i . 1 l . . J.xM1f:s Emvitan MAs'r1N, B.S. in Agn-. Versailles, Ky. QIILJ Vlass Baseball Team. " lf at first you don't succeed, trv, tr ' again." "Oh, l'if:Hes!" . .5 "Jimmy" was formerly from Woodford County, but has at last taken out naturalization papers in Fayette. 'll is not exactly his elass: he claims it, however, by virtue of a series of delayed class transfers. He is a matrieulate in the "Ag" department, but is specializing in Trigonometry and German. We know him as an easy, good-natured, frivolous, sentimental, witty, easy-go-lucky fellow, possessing a mimetie tendency second to no, monkey or parrot of the present day. "Jim" always said that he was taking eampus with a little " Ag" on the side. He is a campus shark, but a darn poor Ag. However, he has managed to learn a little "Horse Doctorinu' during his stay here. He is something of a songster and a ladies' man. His food is neither fodder nor thistles. and he will make good in his line. , u .. " . ....... QTL?-. . ' Gmouolc Barrr: lVIl'1RCl'IANT,B.C.E. Le.v'ingion, Ky. CLD B. C. E. S. CIVQ Tau Beta Pi. Business Manager T'ra.ns1ft. KENTUCIUAN Staff. "Then he will talk: good gods, how he will talk." Brite is probably the noisiest person around the University. and has been here about as long as anyone else. He is originally from Trimble County and seems to be very proud of the fact. He believes very strongly that the Garden of Eden was lo- cated in Trimble. It is rumored that while in the prep he told the t1'uth on three separate and distinct occasions in one week, but as he has no witnesses of this remarkable feat no one believes it. His favorite pastime is going to the moving- picture shows with his best girl, who always furnishes the tickets. He is a worthy representative of the hill country, and his earliest pastime was frollieking about through the sleepy valleys and the briar-clad hills of his native county in search of ginseng and sassafras. Even now, his mind rc- verts to thc scenes of his childhood, and his classmates smile to hear him sing: "Wait till the moon shines, Nellie!" V , .g2.'.ft'7r.'.'...1.' ' ' '- 7 "i,...,,.-.--..... -.-. .,.,..,. -.... . A ,Q f, ,, ,NMSV .,,,... .... ....... ... .. .. , xv - - rg -'A P A ' 'f.jQ,:.-.. ..,. .,-.....-., ,.,. B ' ' rg? J . 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"A ereature not too bright or good For human natnre's daily food." "Sissy Prof" eame to us from the martial region of Fort 'l'homas, in the fall of '07. In him we have our greatest sur- prise. in that he, to outward appearances, is so backward, while in reality he is so notieeably forward. lle has always been an ardent supporter of Class affairs, gladly furnishing himself as a buffet for football aspirants. YVe were hopeful that sly Cupid would not wound him, but only recently he has been piereed to the quiek. He is, also, ambitious to snatch the Tllespian lanrels from the revert-need brow of Mansfield. Ile is a harmless ehap whom all like. Y.,....4.ii-war "llis knowledge measured to his slate and place. llis time a moment and a point his place." Hr. Jerry Mills. eonnnonly known as "Judge," noticed an advertisement in his eounty paper of the great opportuni- ties offered industrious eollege grauluates, so he deeided to heeome an engineer. and after serving the fall time in the prep he was admitted to the College of Meehanieal and Electrical Engineering. and he did not become aware funtil his Senior yearj of the honors that the engineering profession earried with it, to say nothing of the salary attuehed to it. Judge has a favorite ditty entitled. "l8per," and he may he heard warbling it at any time. Words original and musie by a well-known eomposer. 1 ......-....-..- -,. .. ..... .. . . ,.,.,..?....,...........,h. ,...-.......... ..............-............. ., -M, ,W M v H ,,,. -0 ,, ,,, .,e,....,,.., .... .. ' 7 "Tiff ', '- . l sy 1151 . In i oc B lmorqcloun In Alp ia lan Umegl , ll.issB.1stlm.n IL. 1 J l IXINFIIKIKN S Suielaxx Ill 4 llxalxt Count nn mth thost only mlo art graat und good lluu h nls from tnorgttonn and is proud of the fad displaud on sutral occasions INotwithstand1ng this made 't decided hit with the. ladits. He is the only fellow iu the Class who ean sueeessfully laugh whcn Dope' is bawl ing ' him out. His prineipal claim to fame is based on his food work in the f lass bastball game in the Sophomore year Joe. says lu doesn t know mneh about baseball ruh N though. An all-round good fellon X li ' .,.. -.., .. ..... ..---....- s-.--... ' ' x K 1, 3 , H. .:'5,YqY- .MS -lg'-Q ui 'Z,,,:.. ,,,,,..... Www-,,.,.l. i, L,.i,. J M 9 81 ll. ,111 Nl nu-1, .M.E. l 'l . f ' - 'J- l - ' " ':.. fllf -ll""1n. tlll.J S. l'. A. A. flY.i A. I. E. C. ' 7 N Staff. .' - 'l': Ii wt: "V ' '. "' . - " ue vi a - f- z misfortune, l.ee's modest. ways and retiring manners have ' wt I h I h n "Q ss - g H I ' - -.' ' . . - ' f' H .' , ' ' , . - -. , ' 3..-3....-..--,,L..L: Q L, l'..L.J..1Q.,. - . .5 . ff lvNlX'l,li 'lxlfxllflkllxl L ws J. t. K ...X ' X f . .'. X , V. , . v , ' 1... N . f I .ll J . . , , XX xl X cr .. i.xlvi'i'- l'1'XJv llxlxixmiwx . 1 I . . If l , -e1.g1,'.,'.f:4,f V, li 'milk-.'.'.. My if I I QV ' 0 ls. , J :fa lf . l. jp l ' ' - 1 1 1' X 1 l l Vmou. YANm+:l.i. Moom-1, A.B.. LL.B. lirzicsmm 'l'HoM.xs Mox'N,ui.xN, B.C.lfl. l"i.oYo Hman Navton, B.fT.E. M qrimi, Ky, Nzlrlzolsville, K gf. H 'tCd'lN.!l'Il., Ky. ., , . CIJ B. C. E. S. A lg qtqtc Univergitv '04, in B' il" lu' 5' CHQ Class Football Team. Captain Class Base- ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' . t U 1 ball Team. Ulce Club. Patterson Literary Society. Henry "I chew my "b:1cco" and Spit my Juice, H113 Tm,m,'f Staff. Class Footlmll '1'em,,. Clay Law Society. Class Representative, '09, Varsity Debating Team. '07-'08, "Men may come and men may go, but I go on forever." For six long years "Peg" has been sojourning at this Insti- tution. Of all those ambitious youngsters who entered upon the exploration of l"reshman mysteries with him in the long ago, he, like Coopers Mohican, is the last. However, since his departm'e from the College of Arts, with that singleness of purpose which characterizes one of his declining years he has forsaken the primrose paths of the social world, turned his back upon all maidens and spends his time in contempla- tion of the fliture, when he will take unto himself the fairest of Crittenden's damsels and live happily ever afterward in the realms of connubial bliss. Don't ask me why, for it's no use." A short, slick, square guy. This descendant of the Emerald Isle is an inhabitant of Nicholasville, which fact he tries to keep a secret. He always wears a smile and has an enormous capacity for consuming chewing tobacco and cig- arettes. 'l'akes special delight in arguing with the professors and is so contrary that he will take the unreasonable side of any question, whether he ever heard of it before or not. lielieves very little he hears and nothing he tells, but expects every one else to. This is impossible. "'l'llere was an old geezer, as cunning as a fox, And he always had tobacco in his old tobacco-box."' S. U. A. A. CIV Tau lleta Kake. Varsity Football Team. Treasurer li. C. E. S. Senior Council. Presi- dent Jackson Purchase Club. Transit Staff. " K' ' Association. "To each unthinking being, Heaven, a friend, Give not the useless knowledge of its end." Floyd is a native of Hickman and if you have ever talked with him for as long as three minutes the chances are ten to one that he has told you of this beautiful little city QFD on the bluffs of the Mississippi. He has greatambitions as an athlete and finally succeeded in making a "K" in football after trying faithfully for several years to make the baseball team. He is always busy and the few minutes that he is not studying he either plays pool, which he enjoys very much as long as he is winning, or writes to the girl he left in Hickman. ... -.. , I . .... ,,, .. . n' . .. , ....... , .,.. . ..... ........... ,.., V , . ...,... . . . am.. ,-..... , ...... .... . , - . ,. .. X' .I i - 1 . - ' f : -it,1..... . 1 . f I .' gl,,,,5 l ml' ' .. . . , - --.- M -- W- -M-W -f- -- ' -' .. -.--.... -...........,............... ... . .,., .- ....-....,... .. .- ... . . I 5 ' : 9-,4,Q.4,.,.,,,,, ,MWA Q, , LM, 82 111 "'1 K . my X if ,1..-,f.1,. l1w1XIIf'sl'l XS lj 1 f 5. in u r .xnls . X. ,v.. 4.1 . 'E ,Q S l 1 .N fr- J 1 K l .1 . .N, . 1 R . fi, fxtix' L.. .,., . ' .1 A 1 Q ,. 1 1 1 1 l 1 x ,.. 1. 1' , 1 Lv it 1' 1 ., 1 .1 ,I 1 1 x 1511 T'l1"I' 1 A l ' x X . l' I'l'i lil! Xwl- y 1 . V fl ---...-i ull IIS xwl 'sf' Ns If we-4 s Sl-.111 1 lx X ,Bl 1 k 1 if K J ffl If' Tix .Ions Anrnl-in Nm-:mx B.M.l'I. hYAl.KER lirlrrox l',n'N'r1-1n.li.lC.M. Rrrrznr f,IJlCLS'l'E1N P1-Lnkixs. D.l'h Louisrillc, Ky. Lawrcncclmrg, Ky. I :berry Ixy 1- - 4 CIIJ Class Track Team. Sigma Chl. HO' I' 0 10 M 1 'Umd lm' l i H it I lnel C 0IIl01'lll0l11Sl 1 tlblullll and Stroke IIIJ 'l'r'i.ek Team. fl.l 9. U. A. Mining Qoeiet . 4 ' ' ' ' ' ' i' ' y 1 .usitx 1 uw 1011 h7llldlfl.0I'ldll ol tht C lass , CHI-D Ctlfloll HUP Cfllllllllttee- ul ige giada la Q Sssallomal hnnsq f ln "YYhen l'n1 not thank'd at all. l'm thank d enoughg k lx I t l've done my duty, and I've done no more." ln l S U mic room , , V "O, what a great boy am ll" John is the best fellow in the Class. l'Ie goes to church I twiee each Sunday. He bears all the burdens of our jokes "Burt" is the espeeiul friend of the profs: Quiekel being 0 'Wd NWN 'NYU U1 Ltlllli H4 ll' aml bears them like a lnan. Though not a shark nnder"lJope," his favorite until "Fats" called his bluff. Since that lament- fo ste onrstlus is llllll'S su th he kills "That Mose" in erery reeitation. The greatest stunt able occasion this fair youth-has had to work some. Burt Rupmit Odvlstcin joimxd this divine throng in thu fun 11- that John has ever repeatedly tried to do was to make the made quite a lnt at lieattyvllle, but neglected to follow It ww H0 iq the mmt mygterimw mcmlwr uf nur Claw being acquaintance ol' a certain young lady in town. He has been up in Lexington. Outside of the above-mentioned perform- uw Amy Quit. who dm lwbrbwni amipmginumlmitligliongus seen following her and her escort to games and then baek anees he has done nothing of note, except to buy two twists 'md wt bv inviqibh' mit fuk haw luufvwlul mnwption 0' to the yard gate, and at last with a doleful sigh turn and in one term of his Sophomore year. He is one of those eharac- him H0 .. Kinkvig.. most Unhirlv gtudvni and ..Spcvdy.s seek repose in his lonely domieile. The greatest disappoint- ters who is good beeause he is not bad and is too lazy to be- ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ment thathlnas tiver eonael to lpipivaslgm :ppp Qaiihlatstlspr-i11g, C0lT0'Nv?-l'i0. ll-Iclwtfwtll-, he a faithful friend to eve,-ythlng u Spirit. He is very dignified and Hccludml, and is host known but'VH1fjHfffnf'?P" mn il Hmm uhnm' eu mme am Lvuy ,my LAND' nor ' for his intimate universal knowledge and his devotion to 5' U'-V Sole l' Armadila T, .... .... if 1 1 M M C 'Qf'If'LQQl .5 414, - .- we -, -.-.,..'-1g:..1g.g .. , ,..L.-,,L.....-.....e,.-..,....,. .1 if ', 5 V. I , 11 -I , I . ClV.j lle l' - 'ilr -f ' e . see. 2. T'-'T . ' 1: "' .' ' r. 1 yr . I I :V,.'. ' , -Ama . ,... , Q-D . if .. 1. ' ...I ' ,, ,. v Y. Y.. x I " 1 W 1 3 f . f A - ' ' 'g 1' 1 .- ' - . 1 . -.Q 1 - ' 1 - 'U - " I best. Had he lived in 30 A. D. he would have been ealled H KA fi ,V A of We wr, W 11, al 'J.,,-.,. , . - 1 --f- rg 4 r ...fit .... -...... .. X I lm ' it AIMICRT l3uowN l'nls'rER, li.M.E. l"orI TIIOIIIIIS, Ky. CIIJ Class 'l'reasurer. Y. M. C. A. S. U. A. A. fIII.J Assistant l"ootball Manager. Captain Company "C." CIVJ Major of Battalion. Tau lieta Pi. " He mouths a sentence as curs mouth a bone." " lrish" is the only trlle lrishman in the Class. He can make more noise than "Rokes" Cleveland. He has a fine voice for singing as well as some of the rest of the Mechanicals, hut, my! how some of the girls admire him. He hesitated in having the above picture made, lest there should be trouble at "Pat Hall." He was the founder of the "W. C. 'l'. U.," huton one remarkable occasion he escorted a girl to a basket- ball game and lost his official position as organizer. He has an ambition to serve llnelc Sam. This is prohahlydue tothe military spirit that is displayed- at l"ort 'l'homas. "l.et's go to the Quick." wr' ig: : ' 1 1 W, ,... ... .7 - f V .f i f 'S xx, , . f - fl l- x- , 1 -wx X X,.x. Kllihllktw I IIIIXIINNI x N . .wily . . gf. . .. ..-.,.-.... X Il.I.l.s,, y, "viX'I'L"- ff -J f 5l"YlVll'iI'l'Xb ' lIxlNllClxYl sl A. N , . . , X , . . X fy 'n 4 7 f .1 . ti Z ' l I , :i a v, all.lI.'-i fl . xrxs, ' . l u ' l'.' . ll. i l ' 1 me A 4I.xMr:s Dwnw: Rl'1I'1S,Lli.lf. KHIJ Varsity Baseball. Henry Clay Law f - V Society. "For love had touched his heart." ".limmy' '---a knight of the downy couch-was once known to risc from the appealing softness of his pillow before eleven A. Nl., hut the experiment was almost fatal and the dear boy never tried it again, since for the sake of some unfortunate, maiden down in Mason he must take good care of his health. A very sentimental youth is hc, as one might judge from the above sentence. Hcre's wishing her good-and, naturally, that includes Jimmy. "And the lawyers smiled that afternoon. lrvhcn he lmnnncd in court an old love tune. 1 . o Jouiv Roca-ins, 'li.C.l'1. Glasgow. Ky. Kappa Sigma. CU B. cw. E. s. fllj S. lf. A. A. Transit Staff. flV.j 7'v'rlns'ff Staflf "Worth makes the man and want of it the fellow, The rest is all hut leather or prunellaf' When "Jack" landed at this place hc didn't know an en- trance examination from a coca-cola high ball, but now it is thought he is able to tell the difference between an exam in Masonry Construction and a Fatima. He is a star among the ladies, but never has identified himself with one particu- lar one. Attends all the dances, but was never known to take a maiden. One of his worst habits is his association with " Litsf' vu.,....un , .Em . 1 ff X 1 P V u':r.,y,......,....-..... .,-...-.......... -.V - 1 .. . -lf .- , . -'J--H .air i J, 1 V ..-.,v- . 1 :A .........t....-.... -... .. l , - ... ,......... A., ,. -.......... ...-............ .. ........ -- - - - - ........ 7 , I .V X g. . ,J - 3 ,- , . .. . ...... . . w - . . 1 v fs . . -J - aw -- , - . - ' - ,.-.. .- f 3 ...- -. .., ...- ......... 4 ..it1t-..- X I ,I VIA y N..-hwy 8 ljivg- .SLSLJ 'W nv ' W ,. . .,., ,..,, 7-Nl' flxll l ... , Qi, l . i fi 1 , Z-X KCI 1. W 1 , .. . IIT: li- - GIIOVIGR t!l,1+:vl-:LAND RoU'r'r. ILS. in Agn-. Stimzelf, Ky. President of Patterson Literary Society. Agri- cultural Society. Alpha Gamma Rho Club. "And he had oxen, sheep, and kye, And wanton narges nine or ten." Grover dropped into our Class from the hills of Anderson County. Ile is a typical farmer, and no doubt he has chosen the profession for which nature has so bountifully endowed him. llc has "a rustic, woodland air," and is unassuming in manner, rather backward, easily flustrated and possesses a pleasant. sunny disposition. Notwithstanding his indom- itable will, he never would have made a mathematician. Our authority for this statement is none other than the re- doubtable Morton. Here is hoping that he and his bovine friends of the future ever agree. ..,... ..- -, .,.... ' Tv ....,.f......- , l - 1 .1 1.3.5 "J . f . ,V r 'yr'lEv'Ns 'XC . 1 l 4 K Nj ..4LN....-..,,.,,--.,..f...-..,'. . N 11 NS- Q ' l'XlX'l i'sl'1'x,--.. ' Wx NMA K . lxl Il 1 M11 xslg. , '-a .', 54' X X . , r I I .. 5 a W. c tif i lg N. ' 4 !'.' ly ffl 5 'Nl .. i':i7' N x Josarn Bisnoe S.-win-ans. l3.M.l'I. Llffl'l-7lgf01I, Ky. Sigma Nu. fllI.l Tau Beta Pi. Mandolin Club. UN .D Idea Staff. A. I. E. E. "He never looks backward, onward, still onward he goesg Yet never looks farther than his nosef, "Dock" was originally from Trimble County, but he now claims his home to be in Lexington. He is a good-natnred fellow when left alone, but is easily irritated. llis melodious voice has won for him a place on the Tape Worm Club. l-Ie spends his idle time in warbling under a window at " Pat Ilall.' ' Dock would have graduated in 1906, but desiring to gain more experience in telephone construcl.ion work he has been out of school for several years. We expect him to make a successful engineer. 'sl , ,N Il-f lll.l.lA . f 85 1. I " v 5. l .. I 1 rj l U Grzonerz TTRYAN 'Sii.xNki,iN, ll.NI.E. Lffminylon, Ky. Phi Delta Theta. , . CLD ffaptam Class Track Team. Cll.J Varsity Track and Football Teams. tlIl.l Varsity Track and Football Teams. UVB Varsity Football Team. Lamp and Cross. "llc is but a man: take him for all in all, NX e shall never look on his like again." This is "Deaf" who is better known as "Dul'l'y's Holy Terror. lt was his brilliant work that turned many a seem- ln 1 defeat into victory on the fridlron. No la er has 4 . u L s 1 been able to gain ground around lus end. lle is the champion pole-vaulter of thc school. ln addition to this he is a pro- found bluffer. Ile has quite a local reputation as an umpire. ladies' choice gridiron hero. In spite of all this success his modesty still remains untarnished. . W-.ift..rfi .. .,.,-..-.....,.. .. C'-iff' 0E4:A'..JL1.L.L.."Q.... t X .. exugg. L. X e x a l I Q l l l l l l No player has ever questioned his decisions. lle is easily the l l 1 ' 4: unsung. . .. , .,...l- ..z..,AJ , -. . 4.3 X , ltiiw.,-fpfgl. if, " , - - ,- in X . , . 5.1. . it, X ,. A . I 1' W x' oft 'yiqf f N ,.z.2o...,.,..,..,i. I ', . . , e.- ,.,. .., M.-. V it i l H A i i n:Nivn:u.eau'ivx.s gg it lVf'U,'g7"5ff f ' . 1 ii, N11 r uiifvsls 3' Q , ,lx-l-,N !l.t.Ixll Xsls l N 'N :www i i . l ,, 1 -il ' , - 'iff'-'i' 'rv 1 F 1 - 1 V ' I . . . . ,H 55,5.": A I I f Nm-.. in 1 ---'Q ' 1 X fi 5.......... . . ,.m..,-,- '-"'ff""" .. -1 . llllv X lilil.I.s, 1 V-V' 'xi' X 1 . .xixivs X - 522, ., ' 'K ' f tm . . iw i H. .hi , gf.. 1. , I .i I iii' il . ii. V hai . l.'- , ' fx. ' 1 I . . IN .J . 1 w W ILLIAM Cmuur: Senulxrz. A.lS. IXNNIC S1Ma.u.r,, A.B. TH1'10DOIil'2 SLADE, B-M-E Narrows, Ky. Mt. Sterling, Ky. LeIl7'!lf0'1- IU!- QID President of Normal Literary Society S' . . N - 5 5 t ff 1 -i r,,- - - ' ignia u. CIIIJ .President ol the Union Literary Society. az hiillllfe Lltcmll bmfd-Y' S' ll' A' A' Gini Mystic 'i'hii.tCeii. 1 ' ' r w .Jw i 1 L , , , f i Uvtl H1155 Poet. I VUFSIW Delmtlng leillll- in 'D 1 mbldult Y' lv' L' 'X' CIW .J Advertising Manager Illca. b. U. A. A. KENTIYCKIAN Stalt. M. E. C. A. I. E. E. , , , , 1 "She would not with a erem tor ' tone, "As It is the mark of great minds to say many tllll1gSlIl a Asst.,-t the nose iiiiim lijer fiicrg litii- own," ' few words, so it is that of little minds to use many words to P "His wit invites you hy' his looks to come, H say nothing." l am from Mt. Sterling. Ky.. and am proud of it. I came But wl1en you knock, it never is at home. it V H , ti H , here to get an education and don't care anything for society, M 1 t U . , , 'ms Acncas rvlllllw- by gosh' 'S il POM IW 'limm' exeept card and tea parties. I have had a hard time with lille 15 ll YIUUVU Of I-1'Xlnl-Ztffnilflfl has I-Zmced the QMNPUS and a pcdagogue by occupation. Somesay that he is merely a Soihi gcomt.ti.y ami with the hiitti-on of the Hall, hut, never- longer than any one, except '.'Doek ' and :'Bennle.' Has eonglomeration of heterogeneous ideas. But as hc is one of . . . .. i . . . - ' . . . V ' ' accuiredcuitea"rep"inlnsSemoryearashaving' developed. , I l U t I , , t f I thehss, I has 1. sptnt .L plcasant time here. My Interest in the A I i L , I , I , xc Delights to stron us we nngn 'say na 'ie isa precocious poe o more or ess Y. wi C- A. has new, been Sii,htcii in the ieiist by other n exper .on eonere c .in nsrxnnior U' ar. 1 , l0Cfll-1'0PUUlU0fl- H0 'S "UQ 'ff H1050 0UH.Y'E0lY18: S0lf'1'i8l1te0US duties. ln fact, I am an ardent iieliever in Woman's Rights, Ullt the Nl0l19lflSVlll0 Plkc- lls rumored that Qlllml 5 flflfl and sedate youths whose ambition is to become famous but ami th, not think the men ought to have any more pi-iitileges has pierced his iheart. Uught' toanake a goiui CIlglIli?0I:, as he H1110 'wwf' has it "hmmm llungcr for "Wnml Stlmulllstof :UW than the women. I am espeeially pleased with my picture ll2lS fl0f10 nflflllllll M501 lhls flWf""W'1 0, 'U'mm'tQ 15 '10 kind. Unmtentionally, he is given to shght exaggeration, yet in tiit,Seiiii,i.iimiiiiiiinii I iiiviti, yiiiiriittcntioii toiiitwmtlmy-t nonentity with the ladies, despite the handicap of lns looks. he is just, equitable, right and proper in all his dealings with --i love him- bitt Oli you-" ' his fellow man. The foIlowing'bit of verse that he wrote may ' serve as an index to his relation to the fair sex: "Lost, lost, forever lost is love's shining mark: Now foul's the day and Iong's the way, and Life's for- ever dark., A For in love's game l've lost." f- ---' 'U by V V, . .,. .,., V i .. , ,ith . I W-, .,,.., .Li ,..... ...... i l-' A - A ' M .. . " M sf. ,gg f. ...J-5 7. !f r.lQl2TiiZ"1'j .itggg if , 'i I i Ii! ixtilrw-t M ,QQ-.4 Mgh4,g,L,,,,4,,g,,,,g,.gW t.s..-.,,.,s.1..,,,. ,...,'gg,,x.......i......:.......,...-1...M--L4--M-..... .... ....i..i....,.....-. - .f AW .M 4 V: f'-fi rfitgQ'--L1-Q-A- 4 - --4-3-'-3-I . A 86 QA . ,f -... ..' ,. ...L llNlX'l.li I.. ...,, X , ,Q-f X . N......gL.4,sJ,.5.....J4- -- 1 , . . . . f : - kk X, --..-L.,.f'rft..:' V7 V X 1 N l, k i tINlVI'ltSl'l'Xh f Ixl NTI f lxll XNIN ' .- V, 5il'I1X,' -. , 3 ,-...,,.. .... , ., V ' ' mNllrml,N.1s1 W . , il ..,...., , n .wl X ni.x1.s., 4 xu sf .'. N if I-. i b . , viii, . ... . Ka ., gi J ss. ly . 1 fuk, y 1' .K gl Qllklmxz V . l I .X 'I n 1 r 1 , l JI-Q N .U L I ,l Y -... Jicssrz Ni-ml. Shows. ll.C.l'1. l3EN lxlt'A'l'l'Zl'I Simon. ll.M.lC. Davin XV,u,'rp:n Sym-n, li,lfj,M, Slzelllyrillr, Ky. Bl'IlUkSl'I.Hl9, Ky. Niellolsrflle, Ky. B- C. E. S. "Very imposing to anyone who wants to be imposed upon." Sigma Chi, " Dull as a sign-post stands the stupid ox." "tfherry," the sleepy " llrindle-head," like all other "Sorrel- tops," has red hair. He is almost afraid to hear hilnself talk. Nevertheless, his pleasing eloquence rivals in brightness the brilliant glow of his flowing loc-ks. Listening to him, one seems to hear Demosthenes speaking by the seaside. Cherry is a near-sport. a lion among the ladies and an ardent disciple of Morpheus. Ile is also a very regular patron of "Phil." Hardly a year passes without Cherry's "setting them up" to himself at least unee. Sometimes attends the llipp. Had a great time in l'ittsburg. Sent her flowers liaster. Oh. you, "W1'ig" sharks in pool and eleetrieity. Ile is the handsome man of the Class-the fellow with the well shaped head. He developed a most alluring pompadour toward the end of the year and thereby made a hit GJ with "Dope-." Wrigs sharks in gas engines. He has had some experienee as flunkey around a small plant, and displays his meager knowledge on all oeeasions. t'hief eharaeteristies: Great for work and punc- tuality at Hrst-hour elass. The most distinguished thing he ever did was to do nothing. At all odds. "lien" is worthy of our praise for his good work at the telephone in the football season. "A jolly old soul." CI I LJ Mining Soeiety. "A wit's a l'eather. and a ehief a rod, An honest man is the noblest work of God." " llappy' ' is another Meehanieal convert. He was the unfor- tunate vietim in the little tragedy, entitled "llappy's Burg- lar," enacted at lleattyville. Ky., last spring. Besides other dominant traits, llappy is a great believer in the great modern prineiple, "Never buy as long as you ean borrow." llappy is a harmless enss and a soeial lion. lle is a pretty deeenl chap. but if his hat were smaller his head would hold more. llosalinda! "Oh, Father, l hear the ehureh bells ring! Uh. say. what may it be!" "'i't Tijf"'w .f ".' ,. 1 , ' t ' " ' , .t f 1. 1 fitff' ' M V1 Q61-'-N M 1- 1' f- 3.4, l f .f 2Q'A..,.,.4..-,..g...... ...,., Y. .. .4.g.....,g..............g...--...A.....-.:. .T -A' ' K -Y, ,Q ',j:f,L4v,il C 2-if -.1 5' gy 91 'ra QI V ,. . X' KX Iv f 1 .., V. t N Y 1 4 f- x , ' fr ff, A If A E We , If t gjL:,....,c..f... D ff r ..1ix.s.:.,.,:.,.,...g g l . 1:mx'n:n.su'1vx.s v l ', szxwu-'uwu'rx:s l . 1 an Nil cm: ssl X Ixl.fNll.L.IxIl.NhIh I , .. ,... ..,, , ,.,. . .W I I - X .X r ,, ,.... -,.-,,,,,,., ,, h, , Y A ' ' ' N.--J v , - f r i - , :xl Q- .. ,, ..:...w sis' . 1 . ... g f f5,L,Y:.,g,, I , I .fx -. V J,..L,L.-., .... .,-' ' N . . W . 1 J' ,l1. , V, , il., I ,N cv 4,1 4, -,- , 5... - A f . 1, ,- . 1 If if , ' I ' I ..,,,, , If X! If I-K-W 4... . K 4.15 'l , Q. . 'N --- . V -gin 'Ut . 'l .Q .f xc ' Q I x .' 'Jr ml-"?..'v'41 l ' ,g ink ji' V . , ,. - "...'rwI'x . z 1 ,m . . r . V s .-Q ..-,........, .,. K. 1 ws Y C f, Q l Wi- P 432 -ff..- - .fi I f l . , . 1 i' : l H , , l.. . . a Nlsm' li.uuuc'1' Smrru. A.ll. in Ped. Lucius EaNr:s'r SM1'l'H,li.S. Wlmsulc Wrcsmzv S'rm'r1NsoN,lS.fNl.l'I. R1fel1'1r1or1fl,'Ky. U'11.y1n.m:, Ukla. 1"lIlf07l, Ky. Kappa Gamma Kappa. "Oh, I wish that 1 were some great princess! I wouldlbuild Far off from men a college like a man's, And l would teach them all that men are taught, We are twice as quick 'V- You may have observed that l care practically nothing for men-men, that cruel, cruel part of the lmman race. What a pity all were not women. I say hurrah for W0men's Rights. and blessed be the Milenneal day that brings in Woman Suffrage! If only my fellow-sisters dared take stand with me. what a different world would this be! llut, oh! wonderful, wonderful woman. how long shall thou patiently submit? I expect to labor for the betterment of humanity- Woman Suffrage, WV. U. T. U., and, in general, do all the good l can. Isometimes feel like swearing at men-par- l,ieul:u'ly lien Collings. QLD Union Literary Society. Y. M. C. A. "l'm my own press-agent." "l.. E." is not a freak of nature. Neither is he a philos- opher, nor a snake-eharmcr. though hc possesses great gift of gab and unmeasured knowledge. He was not born yester- day, and in his life's short span has accumulated much of the aforesaid knowledge. He is of an optimistic disposition, happily balanced between wit and seriousness. He never wearies of telling his stories of the "Great VVest." and these stories have branded him as a eonversationalist of great genius. Being a great lover of bugs and beetles l1e has spent a great part of his life in the study of these inseetsg yet he is by no means "bughouse." Enjoyed the T. l'. game+the first and only one he ever attended. CLD Union Literary Society. QIIIJ Class President. Adjutant of Battalion. Tau Beta Pi. "'l'hcre's a youth in this city, It were a great pity, , .. Phat he from our lasses should wander away. The "Rodent" has most vivid memories of the dance he look a fair damsel to and forgot to take her home. He is unde- cided whether to engage in the manufacture of patent rat traps. or to advertise as an expert chaser of friendly eanines that persist in crawling into the downy couch of some un- friendly man. Wilbur is a fiend for work, and sharks under "Sandy." If he does nor forget he is living he should make a successful engineer. X4 , " fl .Y f -"' l .I . -..,4.. 88 6 l 2 "' ' F' 1 ei1f'2e??5? . fgrgffj -' Q ref?2i212E2.,fff'l'Z'is., if . 'H 15, -Wi .ffl-qQT:2fn-i, ini :::,'n'.,ff.f'....ff fk ' 5, l1NlVl1IQftil'l'fX.'i ig., I UNlVI'ltSl'l'X5 J , ti' A in N1 u c. ltl l'fY5Ih I' I , 'X' IxI1N'l'lfCIill' wwls -, 1 113214 ' I i M"1fJf?ffTrWVi f f . in X. 1 in .1 g of If +4-if - W- A-'i ff 41 sv- - Eglin L. if ,ish i i ' ,fill it ' 4 "' f ' . .J-'ri ,i 5 it ff' Q: N 9 iz - ,..g, spy: icy five P , UH 'X .l4. ..., e'.i..::1 "" ..L i X. nf, V-i,n,.....,e.g. , , ni Q i 1 5X-.,iikilI'll'2" " . N it 'Qiixillnliafl , -:fi i .i,'i 'N egg: ' -.., " , iii- ii '. 1 1 s .1 ' V' i 1 1 , f .. 'if L' i , f, 1 lf, vw 7-" KM., v ,' . I '.1 Y, .Y ' '- . ". i -S wizfi if -- - 72 ',.f.Lffl5f9.1'-C3 - A ow A film E C' ' ji ...LJ ' Wi All J A J . .li , if f QA lil- 39.1 ., Fifi. "CJ v,-' Nl 0nv1L1.E HEHER 'rAYLOIt, li.C.l'I. CHARM-is VVILLIAM. XVARDLIQ, B.l'1.M. RICHARD Srrfmc XVEBB, I3.Nl.l'l. Beaver Dam, Ky. Lcarington. Ky. L6fL'i7I.gf07I, Ky. fill D Student -Xssi-:tant in Ylathematics Jun- . . . , .- ' '- - - l. 4' "H .S. lor lschtor ol IxEN'1'ucK1AN. Fll'Sll Lieutenant CLD 5. U. A. A. i J 'fmiy 1fj"U'f'1' lhmln ' l, i A X i Comimiiy D. Tim Beta ini Soiioiiirsiiiiii I I 1 i CHQ. Y ttl'Sltj: .Football and l rack learns. Lap- . , . . . ,. . . . . CIIIJ Mlm!!!-I 504'l'-'t5'- tam Battalion. CIN .D I resldent B. C.. E. S. Iramnt btafi. Ring CHI J Vnnnt y Fnntbnii 'nni ,rnnik ,rninnn uinnn flolrlllllttee. Presidellt UIIIOH Literally Society. "Wisdom wishes to appear most brightwhen itdoth tax itself." Bnttniinni 5Mnnnnen ai nn Fnnthnfi fiwnfnij Editor-m-Clnef ICENTUCKIAN. , ' i ' , ' U , J , fl, ' 'UI' lk t Ik ii ,yi i , lit ik -, This is "Rodent," the especial friend of "Kohn-shueks." Uh ffaptttlll of X'2ll'Slty l'00tlNl.ll .l Emil. H ' 'I ' 0 mb ' ww IL won ' n ' I-Ie is very fond of dancing, but does not want anyone to see A, I, E, IQ, A, S, 31, E. This beautiful specimen of humanity is a product of the liiini engage ilu this sportntherefore hi tallileis lnsliessons ,from l', barren hill id f OI ' C t . H d l'ttl f ' . ust " w en no one e se is aroum . aysvi e says I0 is i . i iggiiloriii before cimifigoto lgosi Sin Ibsid nighifiieligiiii Sting. from Iixingtoni Lexington lays he is from Maysville, but "hull me what instrument you will, though. you fret un.. from first da s as Freshman to middle of Senior ear. Knows Joor old Letcher Count ' bears the blame in the Re istrar's .Yet .YUU Cannot Play "Pon me- 5' , . -V . l . . . 9' . . ng . too much to converse with ordmury people. Finds most office. Red is his favorite color and he is quite fond of making Otiicrwisc known ns ucnnti Dinki.. novstei. Gmbbern- Plensllfc in being alone- C005 to Shows and down t0WH 0001? UPU to represent U uheflll bil-Z Inllm Chl"f'u Under the Sklll' "Buttermilk," or "The Married Man." HJ is noted for his sionally. Is a great society man, having watched Cfrom ful tonehes of the loud-voiced "Coony"'he has been known ability to play football, swipe oysters and drink buttermilk. galleryj grand marches of two dances smee entering. Also to arrive at a very unexpected hut realistic effect. He IS 'a H0 is quite im iiccompiisiicii i.iecti.iciim, wi,-ing the ffdoriiig' called on some girls once Cwith room-matej. Good worker. peculiar fellow to make friends with, bint If faithful to lhis whom most of the lights me found in the comer of rooms Never sees anything done lxut he can find' a better wayito admirers. Rodent is very fond of his n1ekname,lam is and no wires running Straight- N0 one cw, thought him ii do lt. Can be trusted. Will make good-in an information never so happy as when his best girl calls hnn lay tint en: indinn. mnn nntii Snnn frnnnnntiy nnnntinn Binnnh Nntnnrtnn. inureauboli as fa hghthouixie keeper. Drinks coca-cola some- phomous title. Of course. his favorite show ns thc lied l iper. His ability in foci tin. giris wus mon, ciciiriy iimiigiii out on IUWS- U PW ers emoml 0- Xmas Eve, 1910, when he married-Stork. ,, ...W W M , -.- ,, W-. ee-.. e --.W y is ,, ,, Lili-5 35'L3'fii51fiT1 ..,,.. ..'7'Q.Q.A .fi ,-Ii.f,iEiilii'fii-ififf"...'Q lift" .... g.J.1 ,,.... .11i'iif11Q1.i'f?QQ'g1QQ1..gl.f..fQ'V4' .jigg ..,,,, 1 '.l' 'ii'-5'??,.i.i?'.iI i li idilwitlf.-'.if-lm'-'-."' Ui'-5i'JMli5h7t5T'.5f'l4fl:'l'fQ1' in v :EQ "" 'xyNtfifiirfQiMtl'i?iff1.3' i"' t'5"'2L?N'l3Mf.i"'?,i'M'-if'3jf'Z:5W'zQ'a'i:5 "" i"'Wi2"k"im2 Fqiil"'5"EMEj ni iigflfiif'W51T7"'i75I-'T1'T-xr1':,'rvfmrvq3--V .4 gg mi 34.-- "Thou art not certain: for thy complexion shifts to strange Y-l Y- - ' 3 fi' C - "tx Ms ,...,,..f-.,. .,.. I i:Mxf1Lrcfsl'l' an 5 3 1 l Ixl' IY'll c. lXll'fN5lC1 ' , l I ' ' fl , . 3. .1 V 'avg I ll m 9 W A y 1 V , i l-K151'-fly A A . .I 1 e., , . xg , 4 - ' u-'Vt l 6 l i'g ' x ' I W 1 A ,, ,,,fw.x. 4 ' , M i -..V..f - l v- - .Sr f vi! ' l - r l' F , J., H Q RSI . " If . - ' ,Vi ' ,gil W , i .MT . , V H .fn h s li: Xqjmglkl -1 ll, gi. S, J 33 1 QV ,- lt-'t f jiri ff. N tx I 1 xy l . . l ff I,1.3g,,p.3 NNN, Wm,1,l.3R, A.l3. Amen CARY NNILLIAMS, A.l3. in Ed. 1'i,1p1-illg, Ky, LOJl'I'IIgf0?l. Ky. Kappa Kappa Gamma QIJ Neville Literary Society. QHQ Manager Girls' Basketball Team. CIIIJ Manager Girls' Basketball Team. Idea Staff. Secretary ol' Class. tIV.j ICENTUCKIAN Staff. Class Historian. Secretary Union Literary Society. CIVJ Class 'l'reasurer. "Doubt that the stars are fire, doubt that the sun doth move, Doubt truth to be a liar, but never doubt I love." F R.. N ,,,, . .M as .f - ds... X ' 'x f,5"' - ,.f:.-,..,'. . ' :Mva-nrai'rxw V sum r'm:41xam.ssu.s 1 ,pw . .. .. if V l .ll.l.l.w ,, 'il cvrl sf' .. , 1 L 1' .f lb!! 5 1 , . hx Y sf ' A ' I "ji , I 1 K, :ju ' N, 5 3 , 1 I?-x'1:oN IJl'IME'l'ltIUS XNILLIAMS, Ja., l5.E.M. .Al'ulmrn, Ky. fII.D Class Treasurer. CIILD First Lieutenant Company "C," Presi- dent 'Kentucky Mining Society. CIVJ ,President U. A. A. V V x , N X Weller tllear Wallowl. A man of some experience in other things than books he is locally famed by his strong advice and dissatisfaction of the general trend of the universe. He has delvcd deep into the fantastical lore of History and Myth- ology, yet deeper into the pale Lethean realms of Morpheus. He has always admired the mythology of Bacchus and Camp- bell's beautiful llells of llope, and if appearances deceive not we expect. his faithfulness to bc rewarded "some sweet day," and that he will win a bride and ring the llelle. Being an Anglo-Saxon "shark" 'tis said. but not sufficiently substan- tiated, that he once translated his lesson, though he forgot it before he reached the class. Ilis favorite motto is, "Never do today what you can put otl' till tomorrow." "She is all that painting can express, Or youthful poets fancy when in love!" Alice Cary is a native of Fayette County and one of Lex- ington's most popular girls. She has a friendly bow and "howdy-do" for every one she knows, and she knows us all. Her kindly disposition and good-natured laugh have won her many friends. She has been a very active member of the Neville Literary Society while here and its leading official during her Junior and Senior years. We have often won- dered of Alice Cary's future, but none f?J of us summoned up courage enough to ask. But, my, how we wish there were more in the world like her. effects, after the moon." Mr. ll. D. Williams, called " ll. D." by his intimate friends, isvone of the features of the campus, having served under "She-Pat" back in the nineties. According to "Mac," li. D. has very regular habits in that he goes to see her three nights a week and stays all day Sunday. This is, however, no reason why he is late to his first-hour class. The chimes have no effect whatever in waking him. B. D. will dance no more, for she doesn't. I-Ie smokes "long green," in order to stand off the "cigarette fiends." He is not a coward, but for some reason or other his feet just pick him up and carry him off when danger draws nigh. 's lV , , 90 r i 1 n T .-....- i I 1 X , s fm ., N ..,.f. on.. . ..,.,. . l l'N1xl'lc'-Ql1x-- " KNIXIP :ix--Y 'lIXIlfIxllXx1,si , ill iv xi., o D 1 w 4 x 1 f Y.. A l '1 I., s if 1 g . 1 I j f J l 1 I I s . Klusslxck Dum-1 hYlll'l'l'1. li.l'1.M. Emma Fn.xNc1s xYOlt'l'IlINGTON.B.S.IllAgl'. l'lLOlSI'l GINN, A.li. .LlI'llfI.Sl'I'Ul'. Ky. M organ, K y. Leminytml., Ky. CIVQ President Kentucky Milling Society. "Woman help Heaven, men their creations mar in profit- ing by them." "The pride of the Department." He boasts that he has never seen a single contest on the campus. "Kadie" strives to emulate his beloved professor, A. M. Miller. "By George, if I could only grow sideburns ami whiskers like that I sure would be happyfi If we could "only get started on this" writc-up- ah, we might do some good, you know. But, realIy,1'rofcssah! Idon't see to he able to get-ah, started- ah, on this--ah!" "Ile had much land and fertile: but as I say, spacious to the possession of dirt." You must not rashly judge our little friend by his appear- ance. For remember. "Things are not always what they seem" and a just saying is, "Beauty is as beauty does." " Bunny" is one of our most interesting and popular students, and despite all odds, we expect him to win the fairest of maidens-and he would make a model husband. Ile distinguished himself in his Sophomore year by "c0oning" the telephone wires and lowering the Freshman Hag in their annual rush. His hobby is fine stock and plenty of pasture, but docs not allow his college course to interfere with his meditations on nature. Kappa Delta. "If one could have that little head of hers Painted upon a background of pale gold." Eloise's education is the fruit. of long years spent under "She-Pat" and other men of such temperament. At first we thought she would put Sappho in the shade, but her fancy lightly turned to thoughts of love and her highest ambi- tion was to trip the light fantastic well enough to perform a classic Greek dance with some degree of aeeuraey. She can be seen at any time with a smile, but whether it is for those that gaze upon her blushing cheeks or for her lover, who is far, far away, we cannot say. iigg. X ......-. ,. .,... t.. . - .... .- F I 4 N' ' T" ' 'iw--""" 1'3"--'B'--' -- 41 9 I N.,-sZg',g,. ,M,,f' -1, ::. ----.mfr-f - ww , 1 ' - fl . . -I 4 "'f'f1"' S . v 1 41 LI? Q5 .,f....,,, L,,,,,,,,,.. ... .. -.,.,.,.....,..,T....., ,, . I I I 7' , 'I I I , I .,..--,--,-.. .. ...L 1 AIJAIR, BRIIGE BAKER. IIUDGIG POMEROI' ISARROWS, TVIIIIIARD D,SN'l'I'I BEARD, JOSEPH BHECKENRIDGIC BENNI'l'l"l'. TIARRY NICHOLS BEN N I'I'l'T. WA LLE R BRONVNl"ll'II.IJ, TYYATT BRYA NT, E'I'lII'll. TNTAY BURGIYIERES, 'IIENRY ISAIJORE BATEMAN. ROI' ATKINS ARDWELL, JOHN WESLEI' ASH, RIIIHARD TURNER VLARKIC. FRANK ROWLAND C'I.AYHROOII. EDORA PEARL COIJIIRAN, WILLIAM THOMAS C0LlIl'l'l"lT. FRA NK VVILLIAM VOLLIS, NI.-ARK f'ROwI-:LL, C'IIARLI-:S FREDERICK VREAI., IIUGII IQAYMOND C K- IM-IXIIIAM, CLARENGE WILDER EASTERDAY. CLINTON IIOMER l':GBEIlT. NTARGARECI' ETHLYN ENSMINGER. ROBERT FULTON ESTILL. ROBERT RODES FIELDS. ROBERT FUL'I'ON FINLI-II', JOSEPH BRADFORD l"OSTI-:R. IIAYES ..5f' '. L V, x 'x X. Mene, Mene, GAINES, 'l,AVlD .l,OR'l'l'lR GREEN, GEORGE G. GLASS, JAMES HOWARD GLENN, NANNIE GRHIIION ciRAGG, VIOLA EVELYN GliI'I.'Vl'I'IOUSl'2. JOSEPII .FELIX GROIIMEYER, STANLEY ALOYSIVS GRIINDY. SAMIIEL BICWIEEKIN HAGI-IR, CHARLES ERNEST HAILEY, ROHERT MOI'RIIEE IJAYDEN, Hl'lbI'1N IIOLLAR, ORIIQ XVILLARD HKJPKINS, M RS. NELLIE PARKER HIIGIIES, AI,IIER'r EADES JANES, FORD BRENT JENKINS, 'PROY OIIINSON .OSI I JIIERT J I , T IPI I4 JOHNSON, TVILLIAM VPIIOMAS. JR. JONES, JAMES ARDEN JONES, ROIIERT LESLIE KARN, FRED STONE ,K0llN, JOSEI-H EMANVEL ,KEE1IEY, JOHN CLEMONS KORPHAGE, HARRY GEORGE Kl4Il.l.X', TYASHINGTON IRVING IQRIDLICR, GEORGE 1'lA'l'liENV ' LANDER, WILLIE IJEE LI-:I-I, IRANII-Il, FRANKLIN 'I-, .xff I, T ekel, Upharsin NICCONNELL WlCCAR'l'lIY, CHARLES BERNARD NICIRANIEL. KJSCAR PEARL MGGEIIEE, JOIIN WTARSHALL NTCGUIRE, FRANCIS .FOLSOM NIARKS, 'PIIOMAS NIARTIN. ALLEN WTAY, OLLIE LEWIS MAYES, JAMES ROHERT NIILLER, CHARLES ROSWELL NIORRIS. J ESSIE NEAL WIURRAY, H AL J. OTIDAY, MARGARET O'DAY, THOMAS TNTIUHEAL UBENCHAIN, W ILLIAM ALEXANDER PARKER, ,PRESTON PI PER PENNY. W. S. PLUMMER, TVAYNE l.,REWI'I"l', VVILLIAM TVATIIEM IiICE, HI-IRMAN JOHN RAISOIIE, IVAN vARl,Yl.E IIEITER, ARTHUR XYILIIELM RAMSEY, ALEXANDER IPIMBERIIAKE ROBERTSON. JOIIN EDWARD RODES, PEPER POWELI. ROIIT, BEVERLY ELLIS SCIIMUJ, ROBERT LYNDI-:N SIIARMON, XVILIJAM JAMES SHORT. THOMPSON BAILEY SIDES, FRED HI+1liliFlli'F SINK, VERNA JEWELL SKEENS, JIMISON SMITI-I, NTAURICE BOWERS SNYDER, ENESS EWING STAGG. JOSEPH f,VlCRSTREE'l' STAHEL, LESLIE CONRAD STAPLES, FREDERIGK XNILLIAM STOFER. RIGIIARD THOMPSON SUDDUTII, VFAYLOR BEAN ,l.xANNI'lR, 'PIIOMAS TIIOMAS, IXOBERT PALMER TOEWATER, GEORGE NIEYERS VALENTINE, VERNON VANAMAN, CHARLES VIVIAN, GLAVE GODDARD TYALESBY, ALFRED EDNVARD W ILLI NG I IAM, M A BEL L. TVALKI-Ill. HORAGE LAOKEI' VV.-XLL. FRANKLIN PEARCI-I TYALLACE. TVILLIAM :XBITIIAL TVALLIS., NIC!.L VIRGINIA NVEBB, EDGAR IIEDGER xvI'IAR'l'0N, RUSHIIZIJ ZOLLINGER TVILSON, WTEEK Bm D WOODS, EVERE'l7'l7 BEDMAN VVRIGIIT, VVALTER FRANKLIN YOUNG. ALFRED C 'OMES 1,1 II,-nvyrf' I V-S '-Sr, ZA., .. , -A ' J p 1. 1, ,E A ..,,.. X 'S I - f To il I ,f9,-, ,V . 5 1 v I I I ,f . ,,,, ,lv .-f,,f 1 ' I 'f 1 '-" 'SPI' r,'w'..f-2...1:., ..l.L4..... ..........- .. . ,Mi f I ,WI .. I kk .... ...-........,,..,....,..-..,.,. .....,M....,........,I.I .. ...,...... ....,......M.... .,..W.....,.....-...... .... .., -V - ,NL X 1 XI Qffh S.LI ,- . AF. 1 X X, n ff ,. .. ..7.,-. ,- -...... , - W., ,.,.,,w.,.,,,,,..,, -,, M ,WA X X ww,-M M , W M M EBBERT Mamas ' HISTER wus . ,ourm Q BELL Q if f ,CAMP 5 5. . Q- A mfs-H 4 -WORTHINGTON lk 'L-URTEY S 11Q0UGLAS Rus . 3 MEFQICHANT I ' LYTLE m SANUERS 7 . -1 Moons . P NEEDY p+,,,H1Bg.53 ,Q BALL .Z wma ,- sacwsn M ,aihg5.gqv,AuLrcK - 2' DAY SWA!-s whms'x1SPE2W?JfEA"" MASTIN- RAYMUR . NO. 5 MW S g l-L Xf .1 SLADE 4 CA SIDY . X A J.'L HARN QQHANKLIN A , X X FPOUTT 'DW.SMlTl,4 MQYNAQKN I. X ' ' coLLmcs 4rErPU1uScmg'HoL UW Y DANIEL f A ,X Q '-EW'S HASWELL KL ADAMS- A . anuwzre DUNCAN A ' f sHuLF53A'RQ A ' A ' L ff' A., MARTQN ' COLLINS BABE TAYLOR , A FITZPATRICK v vgmoonz rf f f fi mvmz 3 5 Y' 4 E D X A COLSON - m.55Fa5cuQN X QWBBARD R S ! ,ff Q WLLIAMS Q ' X ' WLLLER 4 i S, QALHANLIIS Ck 7- AYLOR A A A 2 4 1 STEVENSON, A w V v 9 if 93 .1 I i K ....,........7.. W., 1 4 f L , , ,, H: O f ty 4 -. I VM I. v .,,, . .. -, ,X x 4 , , I , I 1 , --- I: ' ::----r lr , ,h 7 4 1 5 , ...W A.. - .. .. -1 OP R lla ui! Ehggx. DS QOOST- ...-.-- -.....-- .--u-v ...--. au--- -.--n -fn .--- .-- -.-n my itil Nux ff: mf ff 3, ' if f KA ,f Winn, A,,, L W 1 v 3115? i H 1, ......r,.v. ,,...,. ,...,.,.... - r ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,., ,W tm ,WW ,... ,,,,,,-,,r.,,...,...e,-,M,,..,....,,.-, W ,,,. ,A 1 I ,M M H N W M , ww, W Class Secretary Theising President Golden cj f , NN A N f J umor Off1C6fS Class Treasurer Walker Vice-President Irene Hughes Class Representative Rochester , , , , ?,'lll1"f1i!U!llfA... "W" t . ,rg . , ,. ,. . "'ff"T"7" 7'IZSJYTTTW'T""""'F""" " ' " ' fffff,"I'fff,"f'"f'Q..,Q'f'I1Q""fflIIf.,--H.,Qj'I""' ,, , ' ' W ' ' "'-' fl V73f""'M""'l" W L A , , I V V., Y , V t ,Y .: ... Z.. 3,:lt,.t,x,..,.......,., ., , .,.,,,:,.?l,.,. rj, my ,!i?:..::,lly.,,r..,-.,. -.,. ,.,, .M,.-.................,..,.,.........,.l...............,.....,..,. --A Y... 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Junior Class Cfficers President . L J. S. GOLDEN Vice-President . IRENE HUGHES Secretary . W. H. THEISING Treasurer . . H. M. WALKER Class Representative . N. G. ROCHESTER Assistant Editor of Annual . R. W. TINSLEY CLASS COLORS: Cardinal and Gray , 5,,,l,!1!' gpg ! 4' if 4' 'H 'P ' ' 9 U mls 1 l'I'i" A "" K C7 H "T NQ fl : i ff 'E'gm"'Q gxfgfvgwmmmsp Q Q Q. Y 4 ' . V' is ' 'S' if 41" 97 N w-JI ---.--.:. ws, i ...ms 2 if .. Q, , ,. I .-.f,7r-.,.-..,,.,,,,,, ,W-,,,, ,,,,, , I - .., ..,. ,,, ,,, ,,, ,, ,,, ,, .,, , .... .. . ... :........- .W v....... L' .,,,, .,..,..,,..,..,..., .-.M -... -M - ,... -.,..- .....................- .,.. M - 4.. . - -Qt 1 J ' Histor Since the Class of ,IQ entered the State University much has and,in fact, in all phases of student activity the Class of '12 has happened in college circles. Wle look back with pleasure on our ever been foremost. success and our failures, no, not failures. either, for our 'temporary All along our college career our eyes have been enviously turned shortcomings have served only to strengthen us and better tit us upon the upperclassmen. and now we ourselves are just finishing for the greater trials. Now we have emerged 'the first year in that coveted capacity. Only one from the class of an imperfect and undeveloped class organization and are about to enter into the realm of the long-sought goat-the domain of the Senior. W'e have always taken a great interest in athletics. We gained a real victory i11 Class footn- ball by holding the Sophomores to a no score game. In the following year we overcame the Freshmen 'by a score of 10-0. W'e have had good teams in baseball and basketball, and our Ulass has ever been well represented on the various varsity squads. We were defeated in a flag rush by an overwhelming number of Freshmen, but it more year remains for us to complete our work at Old State. and to establish the record we are to leave for the classes that succeed us Thus far we have done exceedingly well, but much is yet to be accomplished. W'e are looking forward with yearning to the battles of next year and are preparing for nothing but victory. Now the memo- ries of our happy relations with the Senior Class, whose members are leaving us to set sail upon the great. unknown stream, linger fondly with us. W'e hope that they may not forget. us. with whom we' have been more or less intimately connected during the last three years and who are soon to was a game fight to the last and one of which we are justly proud. follow upon their footsteps. We extend to them our best wishes and Our presence has been felt in all departments of the tlniversityg hearty congratulations, as wistfully we watch them depart and sincerely we bid them "bon voyage." . ,J --- ' ' I " .' 1 W I' ,- ,, ,, ,, .. ,. -... - .- ,MM A U ...-. ............. --...... M ,. , -. ..-........-........ .. ,L , f V: ,Fe-f ft W! '. V . ' s-f-L.2'-- -f 99 -.. .,.--... ..-A A..-----H h- ' ,Gini-as-S1 .-- ..a1-..:.-:nfe -1-qgm-in-:'f'f" 'CD'HF!07l'P'!'4?"3' Kms-V -na:--1--vw-.---,.-,, --W-.-.rf-we--.-4-'fa-' f -J. J" :-:sw .s A -H'---'ff --v . .-- ......-, . ..... .......,...,..--.,.,,,.,, , .,,, . -1 , , ,, A .. .. ,, , A . , . , .... ,AW - . -. . M. ,, . r -.-....J.,.,.... ..... .. .......-...,,.. --------4 - - -....-..w..,.-..........-... --.-.,,,. .. 1 . , ,Ma . an Mylnw ,-M , M M- V V L, - I . 'fs arfifhf: A is it 1. iff.'-N: f H: e 1 H "4" 'W' 'K' We 'T ' " Z , ,. . Q , . , 1. .X ,. N .. cwjgg . I .E ., .. V . . ' i . i. . W A A ,....,,,, 1 l . c illfif A Li-. 1, Li, ..L.'?L LL ig3gL.gc..ggiifV" 01" -1' ": XLiL'f:'.Lf,i1.LiLff,.l..J..1. , ,- -. fif ., - .... ' ' .gpg - .-l'.L.Li.,-l..L'.......' L.:.j3.:11g 1, - .gl,1...:.'.L.L.:g.,.e..Z4.... Aga..- 4- M -, 1- 1 Ll fi ,f ,Q QQ '1 ix hx.:-Vrwfy , lay' J ' R ll AMMERMAN, W.x1.Ti':n I'lELM, Millersburg, Ky. . . Mechanical Engineering CAMPBELL, Josisrn Biaermr., Barbourville, Ky. . . .Law Class Football Team: First Lieutenant: S. U. A. A. Hellfy Cllly .IAIW Society: PIIUUFSON Llll01'PU'Y Society- xATWVILL. AI.uEn'r .I1EE, Hickman, Ky. .A . . Civil Engineering IJEAN, ALXDDIIG IJEE. Stl Ilouiss NIO. . . , , . . 4,1743 Brooks Civil Engineering Society: S. U. A. A- Alpha Xi Delta: Dramatic Club: Izlea Staff: Y. VV. C. A. Baunows. WIr.I.Aun TDANTE: Dixon, Ky. .... Civil Engineering DUNCAN, JAMES RM-3 Lexington, 'Ky '.'. Ml,C1,am'm1 1g,Lgi,,ee,.i,,g Patterson Literary Society: Brooks Civil Engineering Society. Tm, Bom Epi. - BRUWN, CYW75 LEE, Hllllllihfeyv Ky- - - - - Civil 1'l7lHi7w97"i7l9 DE.-KN, ANNIE Louis:-1, Eremlonia. Ky. ...... Scieidlflc Brooks Civil Engineering Society: S. U. A- A- Alpha. Xi Delta: Dramatic Club: Mathematicians' Club: Y. Wf C. A. l3i+:a'r'i'Y, Tnoims ELMER, Smithfield. Ky. . . . Mechanical lingineering DE Mmm. H mm. I3 fl-Olegboro KV Lau, . f'...,". .. r.. ' . i . .Qt , ' , ' . D" .,'. ' " ' T , ' ' Class Basketball and hack lcams, Inst Lieutenant Company B, L. A. A Patterson Lltemry bocwtyg Henry Clay Law homew- BOREING. lvA BEILI41 Ionflon K . .... . . . -'lrts , . ., ,. . , . . n ,. ' ' f ' y . . . . . A EARLIQ, Tuomms Evans, Dawson Springs, Ixy .... In-11 Iungmeerzng , , . y , M , . . . Alpha K1 Delta: X. W. C. A.: Assistant I hysical Director tor Women, Dra- I. y , . . . . 4 ,. . . . . . . mlltic Club ' X. M. C... A.: Lmon Literary Socletyg Brooks C.-lVll lf4llf.flIl0Cl'lIlg Society: ' ' Treasurer Freshman Class' German Club: K. Association: S. U. A. A.: BA'lf'1'AlLE, Dorm' 'lHn'Lou. Lexington. Ky ...... Scientific Neville Literary Society: Chi Epsilon Chi: Kappa Kappa Gamma. BA1ueoN. W ILLIAM EVAN, Lexington, Ky. . . . . . Law Henry Clay Law Society Cl.Acuc'r'r. lflxlnu' N., Bowling Green, Ky. Civil lingineering Kappa Alpha . . . Mechanical lingineering Mystic Thirteen: S. U. A. A. CLARK, .Lxivu-:s Rolncwr. La Grange, Ky. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Key Society: CARY, JAMIcs W iivrn, Versailles, Ky .... Mechanical Engineering Phi Delta Theta: Key Society: Mystic Thirteen: S. U. A. A. 9 Varsity Football Team: Tau Beta Pi. Meclzanical Ifngineering EDELEN, .-limns I.noN.x1m, Frankfort, Ky. SLU. A. A. ' l'lDRlNG'l'ON, .lmuc1.l., Arlington, Ky. . . Truro- Year .flgricultzne Forum, B'lf'15OXYELL ADDINUTON, lulartford, Ky. . Law Henry Clay Law Society. FULLER, Gnoncua TnoMAs, Mayfield, Ky. ..... Arts Union Literary Society: Captain and Quartermaster of llzlttzllifvllt S. U. A. A. Sigma lNu: Jackson Purchase Club. V U V I F.xm.kN14:n, l+'1mNc1f:s ALMA, Barbourville. Ky. . A-rls Col.LINs, W1I.LI.xM. North Middletown, Ky ..... Aig'I'LC11If1l.'I'6 Mmm Gmnnm Delta Pi Kappa Alpha: Varsity Track Team: Class Football: Agricultural Society: .F I R Fl , I I, M, , 1, , , , , . - . 1 . -115 Q .i' 11,1 -A rl 1' 7 'iffy if V' 1 if key boclctyz Mystic Thirteen? mock Judging Team , osuin. onx OIIIL: . t,l1lll1f.S ming. xy.. . I . gi . ming .ngnieermg CR11,-liwmp COR: '1'l-M,.I1RA-WF 1' uinuton Ii , ITIS Class Football: Varsity football: A7106-P1'CSlfl0Ilt Sophomore Class: lreas- 2 U . 2 ' : 'A '1 L N1 . '.' ' . . . . 'f -' ,r . . 1 1 -1 ' K. ' . .. a . t J U 5 A urer Ixentuckv Mining Society: S. U. A. A. Plnlosoplnan Literary Society V X X " , ' H 1 V. , Q Q, - - - .- - V - . Bonn, Liolfz Lvims, Lancaster, Ixy. . . . Iwo-Year .-lgru-ulfure locmz. I Am. I,ee,xs. Louisville, .lxy ..... Liml Iangineering Pl , D It Tl t l Kappa Sigma: Dramatic Club: President Brooks Civil Engineering Society: H L' 'L K 'I ' S. U. A. A. GNAn1Ncufna. C11An1.Es BYRON, Lexington, lxy. . Science ,i,,,.,, ,,,,.,,,,, M. M., .-..-.. --.-.......---. .-., .,,.,,-,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,-,.,- W... W, ., X, , 7""7""3""f'7"iw' ":' W ' ':"' " V - ...., . i-. . . . . - ' , , , . . . , . ,,p,-: - f, . . -1, 'ff ':-" Q , 4 ' 'N l .. .,..: 3LLggg3:'ii.,1'g,1iL,giii....Q .. ,....... . 'H' , '5r'i1iggQg3QiiJ'1-g15.ii.Q5. .... l ggg...g.,.,ii.2.ifL.LI2i4CfQL:,,,.. ,..,. l'?'QPf,,,','l:c'H'..,,:..,,,,.1w",g2IL21f,..-.I.QL ., 'nlggmn ,. V NAM W-mgg-L, Vzfirglf-L 7 W "" 'QZJf'V- ' i 7 LW - i if rn-v'1T'. if ' ,w::y":,5'f'?9":33:L C., if!"rg4tifi.lj1l1v.3i'f,liCJit.Ivr L' W-jj' .,f4:"' xv, stain- .... Ioo Vis-1-r45'i'xr ' Vw f .A ,. W 01- - -vw .l ... XMI., A.. ' - - f-52? 'T"'T"ff",r",""'7W'T"""'ff'TTT-'a ef- f., QQ Iv. A At9k':'I-'iNu1X1'3 we . ,Xu if-ilxx T"7""""""'7"7""T'iV7TvT'?'7'?'7""''T'f'T"7'f'f"'3"T""'T""""'7 -rf"-' '--We----'1-3 . ' 'lf pei- ' 1' A 13255 I. .' f G Hi'-'5 4, A- A 1.. A ,jfflimlg 2fE".iQQffZt'L' A' , . . 4 , ,-4. . ' " i gffj .. I ', ....L...... -..,...,,,-,,.,,,.,,,.,.,..-, -.-A .... ,- Q .,,,. .- .,,-,..,,.. , ,, ,,,,,,.,,, QM P I tl 'iiiifih x YJ: M PT. .T-M X It " if X"w...:39"'SQ,,53Q"! fi.-k1Sl'Ilt, JACK H.. Covington, Ky. . . . Mcclzanical Engineering HOLLAR. ORIE WILLARI1, Paris, Ky. . . . Mechanical E'ngineerfing Varsity Football and Basketball, U. A. A First Lieutenant Company C: Vice-President S. U. A. A. COLIJRN, JAMES STEIAHEN, Barlnnu-ville, Ky. ..... .flrls JAEGLE, WILLIAM IZIENRY, Louisville, Ky. . . Mechanical Engineering patte,-Son Litem,-y Sodietyg Class Track Team, German Club, S. U. A. A., Y. M. C. A., Union Literary Society, S. U. QA. A. . . , - .- . ' ,l' ss. - ' r - - - Plcmlellt ,Umm C 'l' JONES, Roni-:RT LESLIE, Walton, Ixy., . . . Mechanical Engineering GILTNER, JAMES BRISTOW, Carrollton, Ky .... M ining Engineering Sigma Chi, Varsity Baseball and Football Teams, Key Society, Mystic Thirteen GRAGG, VIOLA EVIGLYN, Somerset, Ky. J Education Philosophian Literary Society GILI.Is. CLEO, Lexington, Ky. ....... Education Alpha Gamma Delta, Secretary Freshman Class, Neville Literary Society, Vice-President Dramatic Club. GILI., JONES OTIIA, Marion, Ky. Law Patterson Literary Society GALLONVAY, C. PIOXVARD, Falmouth, Ky. . . Mechanical Engineering Assistant Football Manager, S. U. A. A. GOWER. JOHN THOMAS, Newport, Ky. . . Mining Engineering Baseball Team. IJUGIIES, IRENE, Maysville, Ky ........ Arts Y. WV. C. A.: Captain Class Basketba.ll Team, First Basketball Team, Vice- Presiclent Junior Class. HUMIILE. JOSEPH iAlE'l"l'E, Bellevue, Ky. . . . . . Science IJARIJI-ISTY, LLEWVELLYN CLARENCE, Lexington, Ky. . Meclzanicul Engineering Captain Company A.: S. U. A. A. HAOI-za. AVILLIAM BRUCE, Owensboro, Ky .... Mining Engineering Kappa Alpha, Key Society, .Kentucky Mining Society, Mystic Thirteen, Tau Beta PI. IJART. 'DEltliILL W ASON, Pisgah, Ky ....... .-iris Key Society, Class Football, Basketball and Baseball Teams, Varsity Basket- Y ball Team, Sigma fhi. Class Baseball Team, K. S. U. Band, Alpha 'Pau Omega, S. U. A. A., Tau Beta Pi JONES, JESSII-: lAllL'l'0N, Monticello. Ky. ...... Arts Philosophian Literary Society, Y. WV. C. A., Secretary Sophomore Class, Neville Literary Society, Manager Class Basketball 'lll'tl.ll1. KELLEY, HlVGII. Utica, Ky ......... Aria Secretary Union Literary Society, Y. M. C. A., lllca Staff, S. U. A. A. .KOHN, JOSEPH EMANUE1.. Louisville, Ky. . . . Mechanical Engineering Varsity Track Team: Irlea Staff, Bohemian Club, Louisville Club. KORPIIAGE, l'IAltR.Y GEORGE, Louisville, Ky. . . Mechanical Engineering Union Literary Sociery, Louisville Club. KARRIOK, JAMES VANCE, Lexington. Ky. . l'iriI Engineering K. S. U. Band. LOWE, JAMES VFHOMAS, Williamstown, Ky. .lleclzalzicnl Engineering S. U. A. A. LINK, EDGAR WVILLIAM, Lexington. Ky. Mechanical Ig7I.g'I'7I.Bl!T'i7lg S. II. A. A. LEXVIS, JOSEPH BJILLETT, Oivensboro, Ky. . ' . . Civil Engineering .Key Society, Class Football Team, Phi Delta Theta. NlCCLUltE, VIRGINIA CLAY, Mt. Sterling, Ky. . Education Y. VV. C. A., Philosophian Literary Society. NICKENNEY, HENRY FIELHS, Falmouth, Ky. . . . Arie Mf!N'lUltTREX', JOIIN DALLAS, Bowling Green, Ky. l'1'ril Engineering Captain, Brooks Civil Engineering Society. I'lARltI'5ON, M ARION NIYHL, Philpot, Ky. . Science M ILLIGAN, VINCENT BAIt'l'l..ET'l', Lexington, Ky. Mechanical l'l7lg't'I'll'l'I"i7lg Union Literary Society. Band, Y. Nl. C. A., S. U. A. A. , .,,,,.,,,,..,,-.,. .... -. .... .,. W., .... -,.,..,. . -.f121'.Ell'f:iQi:- ..,-,..,.. .- -A-f 35 , 'frr517:-'-',""r-f""'1-vt---Awe ---- -- ci- "6-"j'I""ff"jjZ'f':"i""'T'f':Wf-rf"H.-"T'f':'-N'."""" fm' . i . 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Arts Manager Class Basketball Team: vVarsity Easketball Team: Assistant Busi- ness Manager and Athletic Editor Oi' the Idea. ' NTEADORS, GILViN, Pine Knot, Ky. . . . Mechanical Engineering Varsity Baseball Team: Class Football Team: President Sophomore Class: Representative Athletic Committee. MARKS, THOMAS M.. Lexington, Ky. Sigma Chi. MILLER, JESSE I., Lexington. Ky. . . . Mining Engineering . . . Arts Patterson Literary Society: Mandolin Club. INIAGRIIDER. WII.I.I.uI MARION, Lexington, Ky. Law Henry Clay Law Society. M.AItTIN, REBEL, Vest, Ky. . Henry Clay Law Society. M.ATI'IIS, EVERT, Benton, Ky. . . NOLAND, IIATTII-I. Richmond. Ky. . Vice-President Y. YV. C, A.: Neville M. I. C.: Alpha Xi Delta. NAGEL, HPIICBERT L1Nc:oLN, Bellevue, Ky NICOLL, WILLIAM T., Lexington. Ky. PUCKETT, SIIOWIII, Hodgenville, Ky. Law Law Education Literary Societygi VieelPresident Y. VV. lfivil Engineering . . . Science . Trro- Yea r .fl gricn I t are PARK, LILY BRONDENRI-:R.G, Fran.kl'ort, .Ky ..... Education Alpha Gamma Delta: Neville Literary Society: IY. VV. C. A. PORTER, ROY OI.IvER.' Maysville, Ky ...., Mining Engineering Kappa Sigma: S. U. A. A.: K. M. S. POOL, GORTON LAI-'.xYE'r'rE, Murray, Ky. . . . Law . .1 ui". if .I - . K. . Q 4.-..-..........g.... .....,g.'--..g-..,.-......-., ..L. L2 J 1 fl K: il i M' nf' SAUNIIERS, SHIRLEY IJEAN, Franklin, Ky. Mechanical Engineering Assistant. Football Manager: S. U. A. A. . SIIAFFER, LUELLA BTORTON, Bromley, Ky. Education . .... Law fffiiril Engineering Brooks Civil Engineering Society: German Club' Jackson Purchase Club. STANFILI., WVILLIAM, Barbourville, Ky. SCOTT, GEORGE ATVVELL, Paducah, Ky. . . . . SKIFIP, RALPII, Erlanger, Ky. ...... Civil Engineering Band: Glee Club. SHOEMARRR, TJENRY BURTON, Falmouth. Ky. Mechanical Engineering S. U. A. A. 'Pl-IIESING, WILLIAM SKINNER, Covington, Ky. . . . Mining Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Gym Team: Key Society: Glee Club: Class Foot- ball Team: Mystic Thirteen: Mandolin Club. IFINSLEY, RAYMER W ENIIELL, Hartford, Ky. ..... Arts Union Literary Society: S. U. A. A.: Treasurer Sophomore Class: .Assistant Editor of the Idea: Junior Editor 1911 KENTUCICIYKN. THOMAS, JOIIN BARRE'1"r, Falmouth, Ky. .... Civil Engineering Brooks Civil Engineering Society: Tau Beta Pi. IPOWNSEND, WILLIAM HENIIY, Glensboro, Ky. . . .... Law VVinner Patterson Deelamatory Contest: Varsity Debating Team: Editor of the Idea. - ITTLEY, NENVTON WILLARII, JR., Eddyville, Ky. .... Law Varsity Track Team: Class Football Team: Captain Class Football Team: Assistant Manager Varsity Track Team: Patterson Literary Society: Henry Clay Law Society: Winner Crumm Declamatory Medal. . , ' I. . 'I .' . r '. . . . . . Henry Clay Law Soclety. ll Iidllllfl Alpha- I I I I Voc:L1o'r'rI, LIERMAN FREDERICK, London, Ky. . . Mechanical Engineering RIDD, 5'1'ANLEY JOHN- lN9Wll01't' RY- ' - - Mechamcal 1W9'm0U"m!l Varsity Baseball: S. U. A. A.: Assistant Manager Baseball Team. 1 v f ' ' ' . ' , 7 , ,' J ' ', v . ' . . . . RAMsfxY, ALLNANIIER l... L0lllSVllll,,,IXy. . I. ' . 1 Mechanical Engineering IAN METER, JI BOYLOR, Lexington, ky. I I I 1 r',,.g1.j,,gl,we,.mg Captain Company C: S. U. A. A.: LOUlSV1ll6 Club. Kappa Alpha. ROBEIITSON JOIIN FDWARD. Wadd . Kv. . I . . Vigil En ineerin Y , - . - BlIO0kq'c-ivil E:wIin0elIin,I Smit ' ' g 9 AEALRER, HENRY NIEANS, RectorvIlle.NKy. V., . . . . ' Agriculture ' , ' , "' " ' ' 'y', ,. . , . . PI Kappa Alpha: Agricultural Society: lreasurer Junior Class. ROBINSON, TUARI. l ARKER. Riehwood, Ixy. lfiml Engineering , . , - - - - I, .- - . - 1. . XNATKINS, GEORGE CLARR, Lexington. Ky. . . Mechanical Engineering Brooks Civil Engineering Society. . . ,, , . . , , , , ,, - T ' , I. . ' , . Varsity lrack Lleam: Varsity Football fleam: Class Football ,l eam. ROCHESTER, lNA'l'llANIl'IL GRAY, Marion, Ixy. I .... Education 7 YI I I I I Varsity Baseball Team: Class Orator: Patterson Literary Society: Patter- ll ADSWOKTH- WZIQHNX HIJINRHI, Afl1lf1lNl,4KQ'- -V - - UNI Im!l'Wl6f"'?""'9 son Society Debating Team: Art Editor 1911 ,KEN'I'UoKIAN. ' Brook? CWII Iinglneerlntti Pficletyi cllee Club- . .. , -. . . if .. ' -. . f I -. ,' SCHIMIJELER, ERNI-:s'r FRANCIS' Louisville, Ixy. . . .- Fnnl Engineering 11 ALLML, VXILLIAM A.. Celule-In. . -v - i - fflrvll lW1!ImffC"1n!I Kappa Sigma: Louisville Club: Brooks Civil Engineering Society: German Allllm lim Omega! MYSUC Ullftef-'113 Plfst Lleutemmt- Club, WVALL, FRANKLIN PIERCE, Cayce. Ky .... Mechanical Engznecrrzng if in ..., .-......, ...L . ....... . ,. W- ..,. .. Q, .... .. ..it3ffil'557fl5f5!Qii?'v. 'C' ,,.e Q Q I 1 I ' V I ' .... .. . If-?'f1.,.. M -I ,.,. . If 'll lk lftfiKa:h.-i,1.Q,f,g.5.14.9' 'fl Ye 4.1 Q. . S yxk. .uv . n I ir . . f , .V AI A .,,,.... ....,.,. .... ,L .... 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PORTER , CLASS FLOWER: M archalneil Rose W COLORS: Old Gold and Black W l . i CLASS YELL: I f Sis Boom Ba! Sis Boom Bal' W Sophomore! Sophomore! Rah!'Rah! Rah! We are who P We are who '? Sophomores, Sophomores, K. S. U. I Cfw 3 A 1,-R, "T FQ . mann xx ' -A .r 'S ' , ' ...., ,,.., . . .... . , , . - . ' l 4 iiiiitli "kxflx'ti"irixY" ' ' .F L .f" '1'l'Xilll'IIll'liI.lll'II'i'Illl t -'J ifi"i'i'i'i iii , .. IOS Q I QV' I r X Sophomore Group IO6 1 f, , f , . I z xtl I 9, .. , , . .. J Sophomore History I-IE Class of '13, like all other Freshies, came into College a pure but unsophisticated crowd. noticeable in our own insignificance, like all Freshies. VVe believed that " Victory belonged to the most prospering." and that "There is no such word as fail": hence, one can plainly see why the luuniliation received at the hands of the inex- perienced Senior barbers only made our hairless heads think thoughts of courage and to realize the significance of a l"reshman. But our record as iFI'0Slllll6ll deserves mention. In the history of this memorable old Institution we hold the distinguished honor of being the first, yes, the first, class that has ever defeated a Sopho- more organization in a flag rush. But with that indomitable will, with that never-relaxing nerve. with that never-blenching eye, with that never-wandering thought, and with "Old Steve"-asking his pardon for this referencew-as our leader, we were the masters of victory. And mentally, as well as physically, with that bulldog pluck and determination that is harbored in the heart of every Kentucky youth, we have placed our banner of success upon the high pinnacle of scholarship. But Freshmen vanish into Sophomores, and, oh! what a conso- lation. How we aspired to that goal, and, having attained it, how we aspire to be Juniors! But we have not yet climbed to that round in the ladder of wisdom. That is our stimulus, and we realize that there is no victory without. great labor. Such realization has been exemplified i11 the brief period that we have called ourselves Sophomores to the sorrows of our envious friends, the Class of '14, who suffered defeat on the gridiron at our f merciful hands by the score of 24- to 0. And in Basketball we un- questionably furnished the best of material. VVatching the per- formances of such men as Barnett, Harrison and Preston, whom we furnish to our Varsity, will indubitably validate the statement. But. now, how can one compliment the Class work? The year has not yet finished, but how many were asphyxiated in Chemistry, and who have suffocated from the smoke of obscure Analytic grades? Countless numbers, but such are the reputations of certain depart- ments, and, naturally, "Is not the fault of the student." Obviously it would be difficult to state which part of our Class is the source of the greatest pride to us. Nvll0I.ll6'I' 'tis atliletics or linguistics: science or arts: engineering or theology, the writer has never been able to conclude. But we cannot pass, however. with- out calling attention to the corps of girls who bear the proud title of Sophomores. In intelligence, beauty of character and general attractiveness they stand supreme at K. S. U. Realizing as we do that our lot is a goodly one. and trusting to a kind Providence to guide and enable us to utilize the advantages that are ours, to seize every opportunity that presents itself, let us "Be firm, one constant element of luck Is genuine, solid, old Teutonic pluck. Stick to your aim: the mongrel's hold will slip, But crowbars loose the bull-dog's gripg Small though he looks, the jaw that never yields Drags down the bellowing monarch of the fields." -If. H. lt. ' 115, ,. . gy, 9 ... .... ... - ........,- .. ff -H ...,,.. . ... .-...... M It -Z dev,-M. ....,...- I O7 '-it gf 41 --.WV -W----N-.3 - "HA V V.- W ,,....,,.,... ..- -me K - 4,-. .--------H-----7-V -M X 'J ...,- 1 , - - J-L , 1 I I I I W 1 N. .XNlJIflRHON. f7lIAHIA+1S Tlwlfl. Lexington I'i1-il l'Iny1'neer1'ng Buvsox. :xli'l'1lUR 'l'1'rlrs, South l,0l'tSll10l1l,ll , , 11713 .xSllUliS'l', KEAN, Gcorgctown , . . I'iril lJ'llgI.7IO0I'l.7Ig CAIN, l"lmNK DAVIS, Mm-tons Gap . . . Civil Engineering B.u'oN, l'llIl,1l' Ifllmolfl, Tronton .FUNIIIIIIII-17111 lingineering 1 T.fuml'1'l1lclcs, W1m,r,m1 S'rANl,m', 'l':Lylorsvillc M eclzanieal Engineering i AL .. al ' - 5, I . LJ I li.mNl-:'l"l'. l5luNKl,1f1Y, Sonu-rsc-I L1Il'0ll!lIlI.l'fIl lfIIfjl.IIL'C'I'I.llg C,xwl'1clc. JOSICPII CAnm'l.x+1, Mayfic-lrl liAmum', JOHN l'AlumM, Lexington . . .l1l,IlI'7Ifj 1C7Lf17j'IL66'I'i7'1'-U CIIAMBMRS, JOHN Slmlw, Murray . ISIGIJINGIGIQ. l'1LIZAlSI'1'FII. Xvilllilll , Idrlucrzfzknz CIIAPMAN, PIUGH H,um1Nc:, Nl0l'g2ll1Hl'lll liosmzv. l71,,x1cK Ll':oN, l,xVl'llSlJ0l'0 . l,'171'z'l l'I7If1f'Ill?IW1'Ilfl Cll1csNU'r, W1l,1.mM CARl'EN'I'l'lIi, Trenton IOS Arts Science Science A rts e 1 ' r . M,--we ., . .I . QI ,gs x X I" , 'Q 5 , L, . . , I . .. L, t A, , L". , . ..,... ....,.., - ..-. .. ,.. M .,... ....,............-.,................... COLBERT, ALVIN IIONEY, London . COOPER, I'IENRY lVlONTGOMlf1RY, Midway . CROSS'l'HNVAI'I'E, JOHN SCEARCE, Lexington 4IJEJARNE'1"1', LILLIAN SUE, Paris . . DUNCYAN, CORROLL ALLEN. Bloomfield EVERIDGE, JOIIN JESSE, Hindinan . . EVERSOLE, LYDIA M ARGARET, Jeffersonville FARMER, HENIIX' LESTER, IHI:u'lan . . FAULKNER, FRANCES ALMA, lim-bei-ville FELIX, DOUGIIAS QDUNCAN. Hartford FISHER, JAMES NIGWMAN, Versailles . FITZPATRIOK, WAL'rER WINSTON. Somerset FLOWER, JOIIN OWSLEY, Louisville . . FLOYD, ORESTES FORAKER, Morland FORSYTII, FRANK JAMES, Pikeville . FRIED, ELIZABETH ANNA, Lexington GAINES, JULIE'1'Tl41, Frankfort . GARMAN, PIIILIP, Lexington . . . GASTINEAU, Ll.I4'lLLE ADAIR, Middlesboro fiIl.lilGIt'1', JAMES FREEMAN. Lawrencelmurg GILLIS, INIS, Lexington . . . GOWER, JOHN TIIOMAS, Newport GRARER, JAMES C., Ashland . GRAGE, HUDERT I'IOBSON, Wiekliffe . GREGORY, WILLIAM KIEDRIGK, Louisville IIAILEY, ROBERT MOGKIIEE, Paducah HALBI4IIiT, VVILLIAM CARTER, V2Ll'lCClJlll'g1 . HALL, JAMES FLANAGAN, Lexington HALL, JOSEPI-I LESLIE, Waclfly . . IJARRISON, WIIIIIIAM COLMAN, Shelbyville HAYNES, CQRACE BERTIGE, Aurora, Ind. HEDDEN, THOMAS CLARK. Finehville HENVLETT, COLMAN, Pleasant Ridge . HOBSON, WILLIS EWING, FI'2lIlkf0l't HODGKIN, WILLIAM OGDEN, Winchester ,k.., X . . .,....., .... ....,. . X Mechanical Engineering . . . Arts Mechanical Engineering . . Erlncation . Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering . . Education l'z'1I1'l Engineering . . Arts . . . Arts Mechanical Engineering . . 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LEWIS, GEORGE CAMPBELL, London LIGON, VERNON PEYTON, Henderson LLOYD, VVILLIAM IC., l16XillgIt0ll MAROUM, ILUBY. Burnside . . NIASTERS, H HERBERT RAY, Nic-liolasville MATTIIEWS, RAY IINNIS, Williaunstown MATTINGLY, QROBICWI' EMISON, Lelmnon NIVAY, CALVIN TIIURMOND, Lexington RSCADAMS, WILLIAM H., Lexington . . NICIROWELL, CIIARLES MURRAY, La Grange MGKEE, XYILIIIAIVI IIOUSTON, London . lVl'ClXflllLLl'1N, M AIAIOLM BUTLER, Ecldyville lx'll'IL'l'0N, IIARRY EDGAR, Danville . . NIILTON, ROY HARLAN, Plllllllili MYERS, FRED, Glasgow . . . . NIQ'l'I'IIGltTON. BLANUIIE LORENA, La Grange OOSTIIUIZEN, JOIIANNES DU PLESSIS, Pretoria, 'I' OSRORN, CHARLES HENIIX' IHOUGLAS. Blalilw PANNELL. STEPIIEN LEMONT, Greenville . PARKER, ALFRED CI-IANSELOR, Marysville . PERRY, IDANIEL WI-IITAKER, P6l1llDl'0liC POGUE, ROIZERT BEDFORD. Lexington PORTER, JOIIN WILSON, Maysville . PORTER, ROY OLIVER, Maysville .,,,,,,,.... ,.., W M. ,, ,, , n ,, ,JJ l'2lllSV2l2l 1 liril Engineering . . Science l 'ieil Engineering . . .flrls Science . .Iris . . . .-Iris . Mining Engineering Mechanical Engineering . . .fl gricull ll re Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering . . Agriculfare . . . .Alrls Jllechanical Engineering . . A griculinre Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering . . . Science lllechanrical Engineering lllechanical Engineering . Mining Engineering Mechanical Engineer"ng . . ,fl gricullu re lfiril Engineering . . . .l rlx l, S. A. .Algricnliure Mechanical Engineering . . . .el rls . . . Science Mechanical E nr ineerinf .I .I Mechanical Engineering . . , Science . Mining Engineering ' umm - . .4ff'I" J Y I .f .- . s ' ' A H - H -W 4'--R I A . II 'If I I. ...W .M ..,..,-. I - 5 . .., ,.., ............,,.. ,.,..,..,-..M.. M... .... .... W ,,,M.,-,QMMM-WW ,,,,,, Wg ------'-M-Wwe-A -0- -M---'M--N M W -M-I --- ' .5 ly I . 3 . xr, L . . M.. . ,, . M I X k,N,.,. .....,..... M. -,,Xc..w....v IOQ A air '7f'7'ii""i I I 6, . PRESTON, ROSCOE CONKLING, Inez , PRICE, SYLVAN STEWART, Marion . RESPESS, FORREST. Covington . . REYNOLDS, HENRY EDWARDS, Slaughterville RICHARDSON, CLARENCE HUDSON, La Rue ROTH. MORRIS, Newport V... ROWE, PERRY ARTHUR, Louisville . RLYIJD, WILLIAM CHARLES, Owensboro SCOTT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, Falmouth . SHANKLIN, GEORGE SEA. Lexington SHOBE, FRANK ALLEN, Smith's Grove SMITH, 'fl-IOMAS ROGER, Bowling Green . SMITH, WALLACE VANDERPOOL, Lexington . SNODDY, AMON OWSLEY, Glasgow . . SOTHARD, EDNA, Middlesboro . STEVENS, ROBERT GUY, Vulcan, W. Va. . STONE. WILLIAM CARL, Hinton . STIVERS, EDITH HURST, Paris . . . STREUWING, EDWARD JOSEPH, Covington SUDDUTH, WATSON ANDREWS, Lexington Nw! xl 1 - - .. ., ..,. .... Iilx ri. eil. ,I ivrzxi L-. V' . l rx I I I x. .X L, .XY L. Arts . . . Science Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering . . Education g . Civil Engineering . Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering . Civil Engineering . Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering . . A gricultu-re . Science . Education . Mining Engineering Civil Engineering . Education Civil Engineering Civil Engineering .....-......, , SWOPE, FLOYD KENNA, Lancaster . CPAYLOR, MARION COULTER. Henderson . TAYLOR, MARY ELIZABETH, Lexington TAYLOR, RUBEN THORNTON, La Grange . TICHENOR, RAYMOND WILLIAM. Hopkinsville THORNEURY, ETHEL NIARGARET, Lexington THRELKELD, POLK LAFFOON. Waverly . TIJRNER, ERNEST N EWPORT, Middlesboro XVATTS, HENRY 'llYLER, Louisville . WAY, JOHN, Sutherland . . WVEAVER, DEWITT TALMAGE. Lily . . WEISENBERGEIQ, AUGUST JOSEPH, Midway WIAND, KATHERINE AVERY, Frankfort . WILLIAMS, PRESTON HICKS, Lexington W ILLIS, ROBERT LUTHER, Lexington W ILSON, CURTIS BURNAM, Paint Lick WILSON, WILLIAM CLAUDE, Providence . VVILSON, JOHN ESTILL, Paint Lick . . WOODS, WILLIAM GARRETT, N icholasville XVOODSON, ROBERT NIARVIN, Eddyville . ,I fi--am ' Arts Arts . Science Arts . . Science . . Arts . Civil Engineering . 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Lghw - l - l T .fygqgf Q ,gi-'5 S, . fqlfzlfym JY H 1? fr' f'fia:f.fa9' . .,.,,,,, --W . , w-':a,.3,,f 1 , --w--F-,.-.v"""""7- '7 ' Lx ' ' , V - ,. lJlYQi1'.T.'.fG.a'1 R ,Q fi1ff,.5: w W'mgL??2f?1wefL:L2ez?e9fM:. 'W 1- - -V kr 'fem !'y'J'g :TfL""1g!'1'f""" M' 1 M' , " scar" x ,zzw 3:3- W EZ N 'Wi' U fri M an iw O N in H 'Y' ET- a n V L1 N " - W' t "A an .QI-UAH-'Z p , 'fir 'Y' V Freshmen Class Officers President . THOMAS ROBINSON Vice-President ALLIE GRASTY Secretary . MYNA M. PEOK Treasurer . CHARLES H. SPINKS COLORS: Blue and Old Gold FLOWER: White Carnation - ------- -u--- -W-R---W--A-W-W--W-----M--A----We-M-' f ' ' v N f 141'-xp. " mggmm' ll r xnxx: G, Q ff VL., xxx 'IIN' uw 6, ,KWWL 5. A , A I A Q 4,,,e, , ,, .4,, An,, , .O in , 1 .ri .Q 4 f W V U L 1 me Q 'Eg ""'Vm 'i f L gtg e,e' ' "' ' J r"e wg 'iwiii-ltrimfilxmxni imitiriril 3Mk ,gf 'ffif lfgll WW S- N- A ..,' M "Hz" M ' '29 ng N ' ' 'NSQQQLJ' 1 J II "" 7"t. V-.. .... ....,... .... ..., ,.,,-........., --......w ir- ,Q ,-, ., -,,-....... X, -.-W X .-4 mfr gm ..,. .J f , , V u.':1,44 sm 'i Y ' -R V ' " .......-i....i.... ...................-....,--.... .-................... .... 3 f I s A 2 History of the Freshmen ISTORIANS, I pray thee. draw nigh. Solemnly pause at this spot and pierce with thy spade this hidden past. In Sep- tember, 1 910, Lexington was invaded by a tribe that assembled from all the surrounding country. The energetic tribesmcn seized the "Acropolis" in the southern end of the city. and being thus fortified held the situation easily. Records do not show what took place during the long period of prehistoric times. beginning we know not when and ending with their first appearance in Lexington. They came like nomads, and critics of the movements of lnan are not agreed as to the cause of their wanderings. Two theories. however, are advanced: The most generally accepted opinion is that they came from their homes through the spirit ol' adventure, but it is strongly held by a few that they were in quest of truth. A larger tribe never occupied the lofty "Acropolis" It is also said that when they entered the city they presented a more creditable preparation in various subjects of thought than any such tribe in all history hitherto. Poets. orators, philosophers and athletes and beautiful maidens all united in one lnighty Ztlld formidable band. Soon. however, after their settlement in the new territory they re- ceived envoys from the adjoining tribes. the Sophomores. Juniors and the Seniors. Now. these three tribes were unable to ascertain the disposition of the new tribesmen. All they knew was that they called themselves Freshmen. with much pride. and were of a type -Q--""""", similar in many respects to their own. So the Seniors evolved a scheme whereby the members of the Freshman tribe might be recognized wherever seen. This scheme was to have every Freshman to assert his identity by crowning hinself with a. "red cap." The Juniors and Sophomores favored the plan and joined the Seniors in a great struggle to enforce its adoption. The Freshmen opposed it stubbornly. but finally compromised with coniparatively small loss. According to the military custom in those days. which was to have the strongest eleven from each army to decide the whole strength. the ltlreshmen and Sophomore tribes joined battle. The Sopho- mores seized a huge ball and kicked it high in the air so it fell among the opposing warriors. defeating them with large losses. Yet there was another tribe hostile to lhe Freshmen and con- tending for their scalps. A multitudinous band of Aborigines, known to themselves as "Preps," were anxious for victory over the new- comers. Twice the powerful forces of the Aborigines rallied in fierce onslaught, but as many 'times were their primitive arms beaten and their war-hoots stilled by the stroke of Freshman steel. The l+'reshmen were not perfect. They had their faults. Yet, a fault is not so destructive if committed in good faith. All creation admires and ,congratulates an honest purpose, and whether the Freshman's purpose was honest or dishonest is left to the scrutiny of time. .Q ff'-I il'-?'f'1:5:1i':T.ii1i1f'i' "' ll 5-Iv lf za ll.C.'441jj'j534y...1124 ng.. p.: ai f.. ir Q ,if 'h , . ,..,... . . . . . ...,,. ' '.-Z'..."11'i .. ..,. '.,'..,'.. .....,... M .M .. , ,',. , ,.,1.Qi'.' 2 c '. .if H . xy N K 5 Wm vVk'v -N -'NL lvll 1 'ix 1 , i K. I A' , W........7.... ,,.-.,.m. .T.-T..,.k ...... ..- ,,1,,..v.. A ...,. . . . Z I 1.-. .. ...iz .MlN,11..k.,:. .,.,, h K V 3k.V...i.A Y.. .t K .. yi.. . .. .. ,,..k.. v.......,............. .P V 13 7 .V ....A.:1.,,. F-:,,,,.,,..,.,,. . I' i IM. 141-.1 "il,f..Qf Q.,,....-:...f11..i ,., ...Q .. .4 4... .......4 ..,..... .-. 4... ...,.4.,. ,,..... ..s,,..-- -. Q. ... .... ........,.4..... .-...-............................5F.-.TJ.Q,1e . ,,.c I 3, II 5 02... , ,,..,,. ,. .,,. ,...T,.,.,,. . ,.,..., ,... ...,.,,., .,. ., k i iii ' . I f ze 'l , ' fl A - , 'Q X , ,, , .. ,.,-.....- ... LL, .,..,....,.,.,...,,--... -1 .,,... ,... ,, . ... . .- gf .lf ' A AIIKER, ANNABEL, Paducah ADAMS, SAIILIE, Lexington . . . AIIMSTEDT. EVILLIAM CORNELIUS, Louisville ALVES, MARY KAYE, Henderson . . ATKINS, JAMES EVILLIAM. Lexington ATLAS, SAMUEL, Paris . . AUD, JOSEPH GUY, Owensboro AUXIER, JOIIN FRIEND, East Birt . . BABBAGE. VIRGIL ALEXANDER, Cloverport BAKER. G RACE ELIzARE'rI-I, Lexington . BARRER, ESPIE CLARENCE, Owensville BARBER. GEORGE EARLY, Owensville BARKER, RICHARD HENRY, Louisville BARRLEY, ISAAcv Rlt'l'lrkltIJ, Nieliolasville . BENNETT. ARTIIUR ILAY. Narrows , . BLAKER. EDWARD TOMLINSON, Cincinnati, Ohio BLANC'I'lE'l'. LOUIE PAUBEL, Glencoe . BOSTON. NIAURIE NUNN, Marion . BROWN, lVlAltY XVOODS, Sliarpsburg . BROWN. PAUL IUENNIS, Somerset . BROWN, WILLIAM ILODES, Taylorsville BRUECKNER, ARTIIUR LOUIS, Bellevue BUSII, VALEN'rINE EIJXVARD, Brooksville . CAIIERS, ELLISON HOWE, Lexington CASSIDY, N'ORMA, Versailles . . CASSIDY. EARLE, Inez . . . CI-IAMRERS, ALVIN LEE, Nicholasville CISIESNIIT, IBAVID LEE, Trenton . . CIIILDS, ELIZABETH BEATRICE, Maysville CIIRISMAN, ADDISON L., Nicholasville . CIIRISTIAN, LORENA CLARICE, Henderson COLEMAN. LEVI OSCAR, Paradise . Co'r'rRELL, lLOBEltT BOYD, Owensboro Cox, VVINIFRED W IIITE, West Liberty CREEKMORE, NIAUD, Lexington . CROFT. PAUL LIOXVARD, Fulton . . CROSS, WILLIAM CALDWELL, Louisville . LDABNEY, ROBERT CORNELIUS, Hopkinsville DANI1'oR'I', EDNVARD FRIEND, Hopkinsville DEBOW, HAIISPIIJ ALEXANDER. Hickman IDOBRONVSKY, HARRY BENJAMIN. Richmond ,... I, U, in I . ,J I I' V- Y. ,.:,.Q, -, eff X ' .I .s. '. ,L,Q.,.4.f.I -I W.- ,Q-M-, -N, , ,N--- ,,,m , l X IN l H 'I l l 'X F' 5 I , 1 I xi I :XII N:-I-V ' ..t., V WI IJ ....,, .Y Xkgiw-lr' ' 'NW ' ' . Education DOXVNINKI, COLUMBUS GIBSON, Lexin fton u Y 1 gs . Eclncatioln DUNCAN, VEILLIAM ILLARD, Lawrenceburg Civil Engineering . . . Arie Mining Engineering . Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mining Engineering . . A gricnltnre . . Education Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering . . . Arts Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering . . A rfs M eehanical Engineering Eflncation . . A grie nltnre Mechanical Engineering . . A gricnltu re Agriculture A gricnltnre . Eflneation . . Arls ll'Ii1'll Engineering . . Science Ecl-ucation . A gricnltnre . . A rls . Cinil Engineering M echanieal Engineering . . , Science . . . Arls . Civil Engineering Mechanical Engineering . , . Science , , . Science Mechanical Engineering , , , Science DUNLAP, TAVNER. Versailles . . . DUNN, GUS P., Lancaster . EBLEN, VIOLA MOSS, Henderson . 1 N ' ISDNVARDS, VVILLIAM IDDNVARDS, Versailles . ELLIOTT. lVlARIE PETTUS, Somerset . EVANS, lvl.-KIQTIIA IIALE, Mt. Sterling . FAIRCHILD. SAMUEL RAY, Ixn-ksville, Iowa FANT, WILLIAM N ELSON, Flemingsburg . . LEAITIIER, IJONALD BIAGOFFIN, Mexico City, Mex. GAYLE, GEORGE VVILLIAM, Frankl'ort . . GAYLE, LIUBBARD KAVANAUGII, Frankfort GERIIARD, O'r'ro PAUL, Covington . GORDON, ANGUS NEAL, Lexington . GORIN, JAMES, Munfordville . Li0T'l', EDNVIN JOSEPH, Bellevue LiRAS'I'Y, ALLIE EVISE, Henderson GREGORY. ILOBERT LOYD, Harlan GUDE, AR'rIIUR JAMES, New York LIACKNEY, JAMES RIISSETIIA, Versailles I-IANR, PAULINE, Paducah . . H.'Xlil', CEIIIL CIIENAULT. Lexington LIATTER, JOIIN ALBERT. Frankfort . HAWKINS, ROBERT DAWSON, Lexington HEATON, ETIIEL M AY, lvlidcllesboro HENRIGR, LOUIS JOSEPH, Newport . HILLARD, CHARLES DUDIIEY. Clinton . IIONVARD, TI-IOMAS IDAUGI-IERTY, Lexington HUNDLEY, HARRY DANIEL, Owensboro . IRELAND, TIIOMAS HIIGI-IES, Skillman JACKSON, STONENVALL. Arlington . JAKOBE, HENICH' JOSEPII, Covington JOHNSON, ALFRED HOLDROOK, Paintsville JOHNSON, EDGAR ENGMAN, Lexington JUETT. JAMES GUY, Wickliffe . . ICELLY, GEORGE EDELIN, Lebanon . . IQIMBROUGH, NELSON LEE, Lexington . . LAMIzER'rsON, WVILLIAM RIKCIAN, Asheville, N. C LANGSTON, BARNEY LJRAN, Hazel . . LANIIAM. SUSAN ANN, Catlettsburg . . x mimi Mechanical Engineering . . Education Illechanical Engineering . . . Science A rte A rts Science A 'rts . . . Science jleehanieal Engineering M'echanical Engineering llleehanical Engineering . . Agriculture Mechanical Engineering . . . A-rls l,'iez'l Engineering . It I gricnltnwre' . . . Science . Cf'-iril Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering . . . :'i'I'iS Meehan ical En g in ecring . . Agriculture Mech anicul Engineering . . Ed I,lClli'1i07l. , . A gricnllnrc Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering . Ifiril Engineering Mechanical Engineering . . . Arts Mining Engineering . . . A rts Mechanical Engineering . lfiril Engineering Mechanical Engineering . . . Science Mechanical Engineering . . . Science . . Education mnmvgq V7 ..,. ., , 1.71. .J Hi ..,. L.....,...-. .L ,, ,... ,. ..-,- - -A -f Q - ,...- , ,,,. . -.. . .- ,WW 1 'Fifi n ... ...-... ...... ,'T"TT"T"f""?'Ti""""" ' 'EL' fi ' - I - f -. , ., ', K -. , , fv,w, . . e . . K- f, 1. -7'.L,5,," .U 5" 2 ima.. ,,., ,mil A V il fs .N X "M :,, , .. ... I . . . . . .. ,, E, .,, ,, .... .. . , 1 . ,, , 7 i Y 'f ,Q g,,?g3?JG,,,..............I..,... ... Mt- H . ..., , , . I. f . -A -- - 7W-- W- --A-A --H gy f - A V- - -1 , 3-1 L - f-f-qv ' " ' " 4 ji: r:efm"I::f"""""-"'1'r'f:,' "'f' " "'5A""'7 --1:-"':'-ggi'-szes' 'Q' 'lvl , ,flip j , S3 I' ' r- -L--" I ln V1 ,gm .- -, ..- . ...,.4L.4... --.,,..,..I...-....1......i4.a......... W. .. M, . -W.. W - ... WY- 1' " '41f's:Q,hlLg'i2v" ....L...:......' """ "" "' N f, .mp I I6 ' ST... ...... ,.l.-W..-4, V I . 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MATTI, CLARA ELIZABETH, Bellevue MAUS, WILLIAM IJONALD, Maysville MAY, HELEN BOWDRY. Lexington . . MAYID, ERNEST RANDALL, Bowling Green MCCHESNEY, liU'I'Il, Paducali . . . MCCOY, EDXVARD lX'IALCOLIVI. Lexington MEEIC, SHERMAN THOMAS. Carrollton . NLOORMAN, AUBREY, Leitehfield . . MORGAN, TRANIEL TENNYSON, Elizabethtown MOlllilS, VVALTER IIAYMOND, Hawesville . MOYNAIIAN, GEORGE BEALER, Nic-holasville M5'lCl!S, JOHN GRIBI-'IN CARLISLE, Houstonville NASI-I, CORNELIUS, Lexington . . NIf1l'IfJlJS, RICHARD NICJDOXVELL, Morgan . NIDEI., ITENRY LOUIS, Bellevue . NORRIS, ROBEIIT ALLEN, Whitesville PEARRE, TIIOMAS LEONARD, Clinton PECK, BTYNA MAY, Lowes . PENCE, EDGAR ALLEN, Lexington . PENCE, SALLIE ELIZABETH, Lexington PETTUS, RJCI-IARD PORTER, Somerset PINKERTON, LARABIE, Versailles . PIRTLE, EDWIN SHEPPARD, Louisville . PROCTOR, EDWARD 'llIIOMAS, -Leitehfield . RPICTANUS, EEHERESE CHRISTINE, Louisville REDMAN, ELIZABETH RAN1ilN, Henderson . RICE, MARTIN ROBERT, Paintsville. . RICHARDSON, GILBERT COLEMAN, Kenton ROBINSON, 'liHOMAS, Middlesboro . . ROUTT, SENACA CLAIBORN, Gee SALLEE, JAJVIES HARVEY, Maysville . ,j ,,,,, - ' I A Q V, i fl 5 elm, ,....-..,T,.?-..TTL...,?.-l. Civil Engineering . . A grienllnre . . . A rts lllechanical Engineering . . Erlncalion, Mechanical Engineering . Mining Engineering . . Arts . A NS . Erlncalion . . . Arts Mechanical Engineering . . . Science Ciril Engineering . . . 1l'l'lS . Mining Engineering M echanieal Engineering M echcinical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering . lllin ing Engineering . . . A rts Mechanical Engineering . . .'1gTlC1l,ll?Il'6 Mechanical Engineering . . . Arts Civil Engineering . . Arts A rts . A rls .-1 gricn lin re Arts Science A rls . . . Science . . . A rfs Mechanical Engineering . . 'A griculln re M echanieal Engineering . . A gricullnre A rls fl ft -I ' ' -fi 'I ',,........g....,........ - -..L ... ...,......- .-..,, .....,,...... ....e... -. . Aw. Agn., II SCHWARTZ, CLARENCE IJAROLD, Wiekliffe' SERVER, CORNELIA 'lil-IOMAS, Henderson . SHAPINSKY, ROBERT BROWNING, Louisville SHELTON, THERSCHEL REGINALD, Clinton . SHOEMAKER, CHARLES ASPIN, Honaker, Va. SHOEMAKER, CLARENCE BARBOUR. Falinouth SIMMONT, BENJAMIN COLEMAN, Lexington SIMMS, . R., BENEDICT FRANCIS, Springfield SMITH, EDVVARD HAROLD, Lexington . EMITH, OLIVER W., Covington . . MITH, GRAHAM ALLEN, Henderson . SMITII, W ILLIAM CAMERON, Henderson SOWARDS, EDWARD LIUCII, Pikeville SPINKS, CHARLES HENRY, Newport . . SPRAGUE, lVlARGARE'l' VIRGINIA, Louisville STANDROD, DREW WILLIAM, Rock Castle STRAUB, CHARLES EDWARD, Bellevue STRONG, HIGNIIY LELOVER, Louisville SNVITZER. JOHN WAIJTEII, Cynthiana SUGG, WILLIAM WEBSTER, Morganfield . 'EI'IORN'l'0N, ROGER, Lexington . . TONVNSEND, ROBERT PRESTLY, Owensboro '1lUltNElt, WILLIAM IQARL, Glasgow . . VAN ikRSDALE, GEORGE 'EI-IOMAS, Louisville V ENABLE, lVlARY IQINKEAD, Pewee Valley VES'r, JAMES WESLIE, Berry . . VVADDY, ANNE ELIZABETH, Lexington VVALKER, EDNVARD BULLOCK, Clinton VVARE, EDMUND ROGERS, Trenton . EVALL, JOE RAYMOND, Cayce . . . EVATKINS, CAROLINE 'llAYLOR, Lexington . WESTCOTT, LYDIA ELIZABETH, Clay City . WHITE, JENNIE MAY, Louisville . . TVILLIAMS, IJELON ACREE, Murray VVILSON, ROBERT JAMES, Carrollton , TVISE, EDVVARD, Lexington . . . EVITTMAN, ANNIE TVTIGNON, Sante Fe, N. M. VVOODSON, HAIZRY NETIiEltI1ANlJ, Flat Lick EVOODSON, WILLIAM THOMAS. Flat Lick . NVORKING, ROBER'D JUDSON, Canton, Ohio EVORTIIINGTON, SAMUEL, Versailles . . . .... . .. .......................... L.- ,...,.-. ..., .................. -.,,,......,' H 'if' Civil Engineering . . . Science . . A gricnltnre Mechanical Engineering . Mining Engineering . . Science . Mining Engineering . . Arts . Ciril Engineering . Mining Engineering Meehan ical Engineering Iilechanical Engineering M echanieal Engineering M cc hanical Engineering . . , Science . . . Science . Mining Engineering Mechanical Engineering . . 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Per- force, all evil and bewitching influences Qwhich are uncommonly prevalent at such a timej having departed from us when twilight was succeeded by the still light of the stars, we assembled, a vast host. in liuell Armory for the purpose of being happy and paying our respects to our long-laboring and faithful friend, Pro- fessor J. G. Wihite. The Armory was dressed in all the beauties nature can devise. Flowers and ferns softly perfumed and graced the scene, and over the improvised stage electric lights lettered the long-respected word "WVhite.,' Honorable R. C. Stoll presided over these exercises, often mak- ing remarks in his characteristic way which moved the crowd to inerriment. Reverend Reynolds and Dean Capers each in their addresses paid glowing Y-my-o.n'5TF.47 up , , ,,..,...,,...:i' j.11t"tf:ii:TH1TIj"j. -,.... --M W-- C l ...,. lf .," f 'f"7"' i -- 1 V N 1, 'M . .-,Q-59-L' L, 1, .N I, gg. e- f l 'Nz 13,4 v .." ,., ,.... ,, . i'::7i:" it ' v , A v-, - . , 0 as rx U ry 'J U 11 mm " J9 Y' 'Y -Q ... - V U V ,A ,xQ4, A, .. tributes to the blalneless life and earnest labors of Professor Wliitci. The program was rendered yet more pleasant by the music furnished by our Cflee Club and other singers present. At an early hour, this part of the exer- cises being done, Professor White, in his kindly manner, shook the hand of each person present. Then the beauti- ful. care-free, young and otherwise. With- drew into the Gymnasium. where the band's gentle strains of stirring music marked countless measures for the speed of flying feet. Some poet. has strikingly expressed the scenes of the hours which followed in these words: "No sleep till morn when youth and pleasure meet To chase the glowing hours with flying feet. at 'li Soft. eyes looked love to eyes which spake again, And all went merry as a marriage-bellf' l"leetly fled the merry time, breaking the lone stillness of midnight,s hour. and in the melody of new-born morn we took us away from this I1nig-to-be-remembered place of pleasure. wishing Professor VVhite many years more of happy usefulness and ourselves many more such evenings as this. 3'-TTST IIKEHHJ' A on , ,,,, ,,,, i.,, , W. , ...W ,......,.. s..............W.........,... .... ..,....M.......,. ......,....,....... .,.. . - f K .. ',.. .,.-P-v----7-M---v----v , . .,.. A . . , lf-Jfgijmlrmfk IIQ A ' H A - .iff L U 'fj"rj'YQV ' ij' guy' h. 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W---...HW ... ..... , .1 J - X C I 'Y l 1 x I -. ,J Football The first of Sep- tember and opening a of school found doubt i11 the minds of every- one concerning the team's success. Of a few things we were certain. NVe knew we had a coach upon whom we could de- pend to turn out the greatest team pos- sible from the materi- i 5 al at hand. -W'e also were well aware of the fact that we had five of last year's regulars hack and three subs who won K's on last year's team. On the other hand we recognized that in losing from our squad eight of last year's ,K men our team seemed too badly crippled to he of championship caliber. There was the usual talk of high-class new material, hut this proved ungrounded and exaggerated. There were some new men who were exceptionally good for their weight, hut they were too light. The new rules seemed almost an experi- mental proposition, so that everyone was at sea concerning the result of the season. ive opened the campaign with Ohio University, who proved easy money to the tune of 10 to 0. This game was more of an experi- mental nature than anything else. It was one of the first tests of the new rules and of our new team. Mr. Sweetland lined the four hacks in a row, instead of the formation previously used, with a - - A A Squad at First of Season T., W 'Tw' , , . , f - 1 ' J w' ,cp M . ........ M ,.. .... ,.. N. ....,... - .. ......... .WW ...M ....,. ..,.......,,.....,......., M.. ,,. ....,,.... , 1 , ',,, ., 4, ,,, -..........-----.-----.M-.N -..-..-........ .-. ,...,....... ....,.....,......,..,......... M. .W LQ ' 'fx V, ' fig, --- x X s , ff' I3 I N-.w-,,,- N.,- quarter ill front of the other hacks, hut the new system :lid not work well, and in all succeeding games the old-style formation was used. W'hile the score was small, the team showed up well and dem- onstrated clearly the fact that we had ahout twenty-two men who could he depended upon any time they were put in. Dunlap unfor- tunately sustained a hroken collar hone which put him out of the game the rest of the season. Our next game was with Maryville. 1 6 Team at First of Season . K K z,f7b,'. ,. t f Q f , 'Af' ,fc N, yggip ri ..,, . , ..,. g.g ,, ,T,..,. .........-T.U,.....,.... ,.-.,. gl .1 ww at N ,.,,,.,.,....,., -,..T....,--...-. -..,..,.,,,.,,..-,...,,.. 3 N r .. .4 QA. -o - ,eg t gs, . ' W , ffgisgi ...eg g,.-.g.,.g,....,... - t-.- -. c. 1.-W ..V.v,... . .W L., 'AW, ll N l ' "" F The Ten nesseeans The following Saturday the team journeyed over to Winchester, 7 ' putting up an exceed- accompanied by about two hundred enthusiastic rooters. The Metlio- l t A if 1 ' - V ingly stubborn game dists put up the best they had, but that afforded our Cats very little '. ' - A - we and proving the amusement. The second team was played the second and third greatest surprise of quarters and succeeded in making more points than did the Varsity the season. After a in the first and fourth quarters. Kimbro, Barnett and Hart played hard fight we won by great ball, while Dabney showed his worth by dropping a field goal. the score of 12 to 5. The score ended 42 to 0. hlaryville had some Georgetown College attempted to furnish our boys some sport most excellent play- on the 22nd, but failed. It proved a walk-away for us: the Baptists ers,and many around interested us about as llltlCl1 as VVesleyan had the preceding Saturday. here are still wonder- The sudden and severe cold snap cooled the ardor and enthusiasm f ing how such a school of the rooters and resulted in a rather listless game. The score stood can get such high- 37 to 0, largely in favor of the scrubs. class material. Tulane's warriors put on their war paint the 29th and faced The North Varolina game was the one big surprise of the seaso11. our braves. Their scalps proved easy meat. Due to injuries to sev- This husky bunch of Tar Heels invaded our territory with a fine eral of our men the line-up for this game was considerably changed, string of victories to their credit. Some of these men were members and the contest was not as high-class as had been expected. The day of last year's All-Southern team. They were considered invincible. was terribly cold and Everyone expressed hopes of holding this bunch to a small score, the boys from New , but none seemed expectant of defeating them. However, they found Orleans found this a our team in the pink of condition, and coached and trained to the disadvantage. The highest degree of football proficiency. VVe simply played them off game ended 10 to 3 their feet from the very first sound of the referee's whistle. Old Dick in our favorq Tu- Webb played a wonderful game. He was everywhere, all the time, lanc's lonely three intercepting forward passes, stopping their line bucks. breaking up points resulting from their back field plays. and putting up a phenomenal game at all times. a beautiful drop-kick Shanklin's end runs were, as usual, of a sensational nature, and by VVolmsley, who always resulted in good gains. His otftackle bucks were also used had previously been to good advantage. Earle played all over Thompson. the star guard forced to retire on if of the South last year. Thrclkeld's forward passes of fifty and sixty account of a broken yards astonished everyone. Giltner reached the zenith of his football collar bone, but who career in this QIIIIIC, and used good headwork at all times. The was again put in the entire team played excellently, and the game ended in a great vic- game long enough to 'tory for our lYild Cats-score IQ to 0. make this drop. W, ,,..L . 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The game was a great one and the four hundred students who gathered in chapel to hear a telegraphic report of the game, play by play, Went wild with enthusiasm and delight as the re- ports were sent in, showing that our fellows were outplaying the Volunteers in every department of the game. Shank was the indi- vidual star, his playing being little short of phenomenal. Threlkeld was unfortunate in sustaining a broken nose. The team was sent off and received on its return by hundreds of loyal and enthusiastic supporters. ' Our next engagement was with Bender's Billikins, of the Uni- versity of St. Louis. This football machine proved the greatest we had yet struck. Speedy, heavy, heady, gritty,well coached and well trained, this bunch proved too fe much for our W'ild Cats to chew up. With our line outweighed twenty pounds and our back field bravely struggling against one outweighing us twenty-five pounds to the 111311, we were indeed up against it. Dunlap was out of the game, and Threlkeldis nose gave him serious trouble. It was Captain Dickis great game. He seemed a team in himself. Truly did the St. Louis ii, ,. .1 777' Squad at End of Season X '1 . 1 x . W. T .J .. 'A .P .,,f! papers say of him that his playing was the greatest ever seen on that field, and equally as accurate was their statement that he deserved serious consideration on the All-American. Ile broke up more plays and made more tackles than all the rest of the team combined. Our team returned, Sunday morning, badly battered, defeated 9 to 0, and were met by several hundred loyal and admiring supporters, who welcomed them home and showed them that they were as much honored and admired. yes, and loved, defeated as victorious. Now all eyes were turned to the Thanksgiving game with Cen- tral. Never in the history of foot- ball in Kentucky was such keen interest and excitement shown as over the Thanksgiving game between State and Central. Each team had a fine line of victories to its credit. Central's goal had never been crossed, while State's record was marred by one defeat. Dope favored Central, but those who were acquainted with the per- sonality of the two teams and knew the great fighting spirit of the Wlild Cats did not hesitate to back their judgment with the shekels. The day for the game rolled around. The weather was perfect: an autumn sun shone through the haze and there was a touchtof frost in the air. The day was ideal for football. lt was not too cold for the thousands that thronged the grandstand and space around the fences. while the players were not handicapped by the heat. ...W V .. i.....,...- ,...,,. ...... - ,. .Q .... . ...,. .., vi - .,.. W. Y xp N t V H - V A A MIM, " ' ' ,U "L ' i, 1ff,"F ..., ....... .... ' .'.,.f.Q, ..,.. , " ' ff' . ..., ff", '... jffgf. . . 0 ' ' , "" 'T " it g,Qil'fl' llfkiif 'M " .T .l... 1, V .ff Q K. 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L... ...-g.l2..........L..,... :,,..,,. .,. g. 5 ....,-.......1........,,,....,1,A....,...,......................l:...................,.,............-...................,............ - - ,J .i .. xv I I I I ffflrv il . ., , . , ' X, fu if K. 'W5Q",,-.f . ,ff Mx.. V. ...2" The crowd was the largest that ever witnessed a football game in the state, and every person present wore colors of one of t-he schools or waved a pennant. ,The entire field seemed surrounded by a great bank of colors. To one standing on the field it was 'a great and in- spiring sight. To the south nothing but Blue and White could be seen: to the east and west the Blue and White also predominatedg to the north the Cardinal of Central held sway. The boxes were c1'owdcd to their capacity Ellld were beautiful in their display of white ehrysanthemums on the south and red on the north. Our VVild Cats appeared on the scene at 2:15 and for a moment all was quiet: a tenseness was in the air. Then all the imps of Satan seemed turned loose, pandemonium reigned--an indescribable din arose from the Blue and White and continued for several minutes, for their idols were before them-ready, waiting to engage in the greatest battle of their lives. In the center of the field were old Dick Webb, that peer of all football centers, and Captain Seelbach, shaking hands and making final arrangements and agreements for the game. The whistle blew, Shanklin kicked off, and the greatest, most spec- tacular, hardest-fought game in the history of Kentucky football was on. VVe have not space for a detailed account of the game. Central scored first. With the ball on our ten-yard line, Shank punted out. A sudden gust of wind carried the ball far out of its course to the far side of the field, where it fell i11to the waiting arms of Pidgeon, who raced across the goal line for a touchdowns I t was merely another piece of Centralis marvelous luck. In the second quarter our VVild Cats came back strong and fairly swept Central off their feet. VVe made long end ru11s, our backs bueked Central's line at will and, after an irresistible rush from one end of the field to the other, placed it behind Centralis line for a touchdown. This was done on hard, straight football, against a team of veterans outweighing us twenty-five pounds to the man. There was 110 fluke about it and no luck. It was simply a wonderful execution of masterful football knowledge, backed and pushed by that undying spirit of gameness and fight that filled the whole team. It was a wonderful spectacle, this parade of our team the entire length of the field, ending triumphantly in a touchdown. This one touchdown and the marvelous work leading up to it indicated more accurately the real champions of Kentucky than does the final score. From this time until near the close of the game it appeared that the game would be a tic, but we were not reckoning with Central's marvelous luck. ln the last quarter Central recovered an onside kick near our goal line. Ramsey bueked the .line for a short gain. He showed his wonderful football ability by fumbling the ball. which rolled behind our goal line, where it was fallen upon by one of Central's men, thus securing another touchdown and ending the scoring. Q Football Game Once again, after three successive victories, our Wild Cats had met defeat at the hands of Bank's men. Once more the pluckiest bunch of VVild Cats that ever went on a field of battle had gone down in defeat before the Cardinal and Blue. This time the score was IQ to 6- two touchdowns and two goals for Central: one touchdown and one goal for our boys. Coach Sweetland had only one statement to make for the public, and these were his words: "VV e went in to carry the fight to Central and we carried it there. 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Q , if ' ..L. g..1-, -..M ...- p- ,-,-L-..,- .-. .- .,.4..4.g. ' w if . . v. 1' I 'x 11 ,g .ff a..' ' ,," .fl To the victor belong the spoils and Central got the spoils. In every game the element of chance is one that must be considered. In looking back at the game it can be seen that "if, ' certain things had not happened we would have won. VVere it not for Dame Fortune's undying devotion to Central we would easily have won. We do not wish to take the sweetness of victory from Central, how- ever: we are game enough to acknowledge defeat. It was not through the poor playing of our men that we were defeated. but. according to the words of a Yale football player who witnessed the game, "Luck was against Kentucky." It is hard and probably unfair to pick stars, but of the whole would be resting with us. There is a warm place in our hearts for every lnember of that team, and it will always be there. VVe are proud to claim them as our own. They are an honor to the Univer- sity and to the State-a straight, clean, honorable bunch of great athletes. i Several of the newspapers and coaches in the State have picked an All-Kentucky team. As usual, there is quite a difference of opinion as to the members of the team, each coach showing some favoritism to his men. The majority of these selections favors the following men for the 1910 All-Kentucky, in the positions as named: IDUFFY . . . Central . . . Right E nd llll1lCll of football men on the field that day Captain Dick VVebb VV. S1sEI,BAe1e1 Central . Right Tackle was the one bright star. His playing was wonderful. Shanklin and FRANCIS . Transylvania Right Guard Threlkeld played marvelously. Our entire team put up a game that VVIQBB, Capt. State . . Center was almost superhuman, but, while all accounts of football games EARLIQ . State Left Guard give the names of two or three stars, this starring would be impossi- L. SEELIZACH Central . Left Tackle ble were it not for the rest of the team. And, so. in justice, fairness KINNICY . Georgetown . Left End a11d in truth, we must confine ourselves to the statement that all KTAISER . State . . . Quarter our Wlild Cats were stars. The line-up was as follows: 'l'1I1uQLKELn State . Right Hatfbach GIIJPNER ..... Left End SHANKLIN . State Left Ilatfback EARLIG . Left Guard RAMsm' Central . F ullbach' I'lAltRISON . ,Left 7'achle XVEBB, Capt. . Center CHxMP1314:l,1, . Right llruafrcl JoHNsoN . Right Tackle l Bama . Right End ' r . ,- Guslclc l I If 'ii 'L 'A' "" Sn AxNKl,1N f ' Q"f"'fU" A l ll 't'1tfM Left Ilatfbaclr . IIANKLIN J NAYl,o1c . . . Right H atfbaeh T11n1c1,km,n .... F ullbac-lr NYas the season a success? It was. Our Wiild Cats played as no team ever played. Their work was marvelous, wonderful, super- human. Wlith an CVCII break of luck the championship of the South ' p - ' ' ' " - hiil lvTnl:Tf'ff7' ' , 1 l ' 1--filf - 'I' I A 'Q 1 I 1 I .-..,.L....Y--... ..-.. 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Then ClOW11 the winding driveway they , went, a long, swaying, snake-like form rising and falling with the surging line of white-capped heads. Wlieii they arrived at Patterson Hall their "rah, rah, rahsu were re- ceivedbwith a hearty welcome, and 'lo their lusty cheers were added melodious voices raised in honor of the conquering WVild Cats. From there they swept to lVIain Street, and before the Phoenix Hotel they halted. Here the full force was gathered to several hundred strong and. surrounded by a crowd of amused and interested onlookers, they circled, with After Nigh t-Shirt Parade detected at the top of the coming to Campbel-Hagerman College. There cheers for State and greeted with much applause by gracious listeners from the windows and the spacious entrance. Next, Hamilton College was reached, but there all was dark was visible and the massive buildings were gloom. Finally, however shadows were portico. and after a short stay the ghost- like forms below departed not without a welcome. Sayre College was last visited. but the hour was growing late and only at the windows were to be seen a 'few mutiied figures. The somewhat. weary merrymakers presently withdrew to re- turn to l'at'l.erson llall for the Louisville Club Reception. Ilere the grotesquely and curiously clad guests were admitted, and they mingled freely among their fair enler- tainers, while their ludicrous dress con- trasted comically with the elegant surroundings. But soon the victory the day was momentarily i'orgotlen, and lock-step, the broad space in the street with many yells and the the "night-shirt paraders." all unconscious oi' their appearance, weird incantations of the snake-dance. were lost in the mystic delights ol' the evening. 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So far as we know there are comparatively few fights in which the wild cali gets licked. The wild cat fl06S1l,'l, talk much about the con- troversies in which he has taken part, nor does he indulge in much demonstration or parade before a contest. The adversary is usually left entirely lzorx dc crnrzbaf when the contest is over, and is little inclined to crow over the result. even in the highly improbable condition of his being the victor. A There are exceedingly few descriptions of the appearance of a wild cat after an unsuccessful contest. But the imagination can easily picture him as having very little left in the way of personal QI mean physicalj adornment. The fur must be almost entirely removed, and occasional patches of hide must be missing. But a I few such accidents as these seem merely to improve his fighting spirit, and to make him more dangerous than ever. On looking back over this brief description it would seem as though the properties and qualities ascribed to this animal, which is indigenous to Kentucky, could be ascribed just as accurately to our athletes for the past two years. That must be the reason why the name has stuck. A study of nicknames reveals the fact that for a nickname to become permanently attached to any man or body of men, it must either emphasize some striking characteristic directly or it must em- phasize this characteristic indirectly by stating the exact opposite. Une often sees a big, fat fellow answering to both "Tub" and " Skinnyf , There can be no mistaking the application of the term "VVild Catsi' to our teams. Let us hope that this name will stick forever. Also let us resolve that it shall never be given the reverse applica- tion. If our athletes keep on fighting just as they have done for the last two years it will not be long until no discussion on intercollegiate athletics in the South will be complete without containing large and copious mention of the Wild Cats. .3 .. mf. J' i-V. g .. M. . .1 - 'i f 4 ...P ". L.- fl' A 1 . ' ' , I 1 s 'Mi' 'mf 2 kj tus ji XX W SPJ X WK JW UNIVERSITAS X KENTUCKIENSIS f h 5:54 I 'I Q f'fW"i'L4l ,QV A ff 2 " F E LI S N M 'X ' CATUS 'Sm lf: 1 i hx N tffl 'W f N 'gi i 1 f , fl M I flax . . x A . --.W f ...N - -s W -fl - '. ,,................. ......, ..,............ .. .. .- ... .., .. V" "' ""'W "jf"""' " """"'W" W V x -3 12 MP3 fr fir xml 1: I I x wi -pf- Manager ., ., , . . 3 4 Q. i n , , I I ll xx . ff BRYAN SHANKLIN,,1l "Shank,', weight 149, Left Halfback, was the most spectacular player on the team. In every game this year his end runs were of tl1e most sensational kind. Shank had the art of stiff-arming developed to perfection, and many were the sore mouths and noses that resulted from contact with that trusty right of his. He called signals and rattled them off in a way that wrought consternation in the hearts of his opponents. "Deaf" also did the punt- ing. His great work throughout the season entitles him to be seriously considered for a place on the All-Southern. This is his third year on the team but his first year at Halfback, as he played End the two preceding years. Shanklin is a Senior in. the Department of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. is- . Dick Boro, Manager YVhen ".Ieems" was given the management of the tCitl1l this fall prospects were far from being bright. The man- ager who was elected last year could not return and, consequently, football affairs, from the manager's stand- point, were in a seriously disorganized state when Jeems was called to the rescue. However, he proved a most excellent "flunkey" and by his sound, keen judgment and untiring labors the season was tl1e most successful in the history of the Institution. No one 1nou11ted tl1e rostru111 to sing his praises and to pronounce him a wonder, the greatest manager we have ever had, but he delivered the goods and our hats are off to him. May we have many more like him. ' f , V ., 2 Shank" WEis1s,'1 1 " Dick," Captain of the team and Center Rush, weight 178, was the big gun at all times. His passing was always of the most accurate variety and this is what makes a great Center. His backing up the line on the defensive made this line the impregnable bulwark that it always proved to teams outweighing us as much as twenty-five pounds to the man. Un tl1e offensive, no Center he faced this year was able to withstand his terrible onslaughts. He was an exceptionally aggressive player. He played his greatest games against St. Louis and Central, his work in these games being little short of phenomenal. With- out a doubt he deserves a place on the All-Southern team, while the St. Louis papers wrote him up as a fit candidate for All-American Center. This is Diek's fourth year on the team and third year at Center, as he played Tackle the first year he made tl1e team. He is a Senior in the Department of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. M .M .:g:."..:'1::zgf'.x, '4,,,,WW ,,,, H A ,M ' 'f .- ' el r lf,--,VJ .1.7...,7..?:.-. ,. -, 5 ,Q it - ., W.. .. .. A . .. Q .1 . , 'as -H, 'ii '. -., , i ,ks . , s,-.,..-.s..... ..., ............. .....-......,,...,,,,...,...... . ....-.....,. . . ...f .........,qgvfl rt.-:ff g.j9.J.,L....?....-..:.:....iL...L..m4 140 ftw .1 X sf . v CAMPBELL,, 11 "Skinny," Left Guard, weight 165, the grand old silent man of the team, was certainly an excellent Guard. Shortly before the Illinois game last year he went out for the team, made it and in this, his first game, played to a standstill Butzger, at that time considered the great- est Guard in the West. The game that he has been putting up since that time has been of the same stellar variety. Skinny had a way of holding his man, or men, that was perfectly legal and absolutely inimitable, as well as being sure of holding the man safely. Few were the yards gained through him. He was frequently seen to break through the opposing line and break up plays or block punts. This was his second year on the team. Skinny is certainly an All-Kentucky man. He is a Senior Nleehan- ical Engineer. ...W f , . ,,,. -. M.. Rilihl 1 -' X .i J, Mm' 'LTL f' .sg . QA . . 5 ..,..4,..e .,., ... , . .M .... ...... ..... -..-......-.............v...-. .... .- ..........,....,.. ...... .e............... .... W. ... .,. ..... '1'HRELKELD,,1Q "Poke,,' weight 138, was perhaps the lightest Full- back in the South, but he was a terror to opposing lines. The way he hit them was something terrible. His passing of the ball for fifty and sixty yards was a source of sur- prise and wonder to every team we played this year. His interference for the man carrying the ball was superb. Although handicapped by a broken nose the latter part of the season there was no let-up in his great playing. He is one of the gamest and grittiest players ever seen on our field. He probably played his greatest games against North Carolina and Central. When a few yards were needed to put the ball over or to make first down, Poke was generally called on. and few were the times that he failed to deliver the goods. This is his second year on the team. He undoubtedly deserves a place on the All-Kentucky. "Babb" BAnn,'11 "G VVatson,', Right End, weight 160, is one of the best men going at this position. YVatson's speed in getting down on punts and his certainty of getting his man were features of every game in which he participated. He was also strong on boxing the opposing tackle. VVatson was bothered by a serious "Charley Horse" nearly all season, but he rounded into fine shape for the Thanks- giving game, and played some excellent ball on that clay. He also showed up exceptionally strong in the North Carolina game. He was a pretty strong candidate for All-Kentucky. This was his second year on the team, but his first year at End. Babb is a Senior in the Arts and Skinny" Science Department. "Polk" A WM,-, ,M --,fi:,:' ,,, W ,...., , .,,,. W., ...,, ..,, ,, , W ,,.,., -H ,, ,,,,,,,,w,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,, umm ,,,, NMWWVW gulg ff'.'f775r""'i' ' ' T ' -I . ,. 1. 5 ,..,. .1 ,.,. ,,., 1 fi., 1 ,,.., . i 1 .. as we n .f f- - if " . .I V' H.. fp . . . ,... H , .. , file gr Q t In W f. i 3 M A K . 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N J :la ' f-11 .Af A 11 ' Big Earle EARLE,,lQ GAISER,'lQ "Jake," Quarterback, pressing the avoirdupois to 150, was not in the best condition physically at the opening of the season, but by good, hard, earnest, steady, con- sistent work and a remarkable display of grit and gameness he was able to be in the big games. "Chake', is one of the hardest workers we have ever had, and always dis- plays an unlimited amount of interest in the team and the game. This is his second year on the team. Last year he played End and made good. This year he was shifted to Quarter and played a greater game at this position than he had played at End the year before. Chake was one of the greatest defensive players on the team. His tackling was sure and hard and his breaking up of interference was magnificent. He is a Junior in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. 'Big Earle," Right Guard, weight 175, was always there with the goods. He has been on the team for three years and has played in every football game that has been played by our team since he entered school, and was never known to be "found wanting." Earle developed into a high-class Guard last year. for Sweetland instilled enough ginger and confidence in him to make an excep- tionally active. alert and aggressive Guard of him. Ill the North Carolina game he played rings around Thomp- son, the man who was heralded as easily the greatest Guard in the South last year. Many a punt and play he has blocked and broken up behind the line of the oppos- ing team. No one denies his right to the All-Kentucky. The members of this year's team showed their confi- dence and belief in Earle as a football player by electing him Captain of next year's team. We wish you much 1-, Q.- off? ,X . " Possum " WA'rK1Ns,'12 "Possum," Right Halfback, weight 127, the lightest Halfback in the country, played brilliant ball throughout the season. His display of grit, gameness and sticka- bility during the past season was marvelous. He is excep- tionally speedy and played the game hard at all times. While Possum has been seen 'swinging vainly-but valiantly-to some big man in an attempt to bring him down, he has been seen more often throwing some larger man for a loss behind the line. It is the playing of such men as Wiatkins and their undying fighting spirit that has given our team their name-'Wvild Cats." This is his first .year on the team. He has one more year in school, and will be a valuable man to the team. Si . I J k n success and many victories next year, old man, and know a e that you will continue to play the great game that you have played all this year. P - M M -ww, ,,,,, WMM, - .,,. -.....- ...M.-,.,..... .... .,,.. , ..J.,, ...Q-.':z1.i5sss2sf7.?,qw,,...-r....,,..-,, ., ' ' - ---,-,----,i-- --vws - e ' E Q ,,,. . ...lfafissili ll?-zxfffftifigie'Qi-. .. ,.,. f V 'f Agn . A ' - W W' H A 7 1 . fl-1 ri,g,-:ly ii'-u'I'f"3iiv"'. W., iw Sb is ,W M V Ag,gA 5 Q, , ,,,,,wWm M,.,.m,g,,-,,,,,,.,,,,......,..,W.,............-.M-MH ---M --'-+--- kj., r '-t,..f--i.,,,- 142 -s.g,,1.'-'.,1 M.. , , I f' . I'IAltltISON,, l 3 "Lengthy," Right Tackle, weight 165, the big boy from Georgetown, failed to show up for practice until after the Fresh-Soph game, but when he did come it was with a vengeance. His great fighting spirit immediately won him a place on the team, and he was put in the North Carolina game within a week after he reported for prac- tice He made good too md gi xdu illv improved as the season idvanced He is t good deiensne player but his offensive nolk is better HIIPISOII is L Sopholnole and should develop into the ,gleitest 1 uklz in the South bv his Senior ve ll ft ,... .. .... . .,..,, ' x 1 n 1.1.-1 lx "s .xlwrl '-V411 , .2 N. ' ' Nligif 'Q - K rt GEORGE SIIANKLIN "Shank," weight 140, was a sub in the back field, playing at Quarter the major portion of the time. As was the ease with the majority of our team he was handi- capped by injuries sustained in the early part of the season. However, he was of the tribe of 1Vild Cats and gamely stuck to it. He could be depended upon to give the best there was in him any time he was put in the func Plus is his hist velr on the team. ,....J. Lengthy Floyd NA1l01i 11 Floyd sub Right lnnd weighs 14.1 uid ls 111 thue He w LS plettv badly h indlcapped during the lust put oi the setson by an tttick oi in Lluim md lt w ts this th mt kept hun hom t 1eg,ul tr position on the te nn He stuck to it though ind pl wed the 5,-une h nd tt Lll times 1Vhen he w ms put in the g, unc the te un md eveiv one else knew th Lt he could be depended upon His detensn c work w ts good md he w Lb ilso speedy in getting, down on punts lhis 191115 fiist ve ll on the te un N ayloi is L q6l1l0l in the Deputment oi Civil Eflj,ll10LllI1g Little Shank X.s.,fw-J 1 1 -. 1 . 1 r , , 1 r 1 . ' 1 ' vi Y . 4 ' ' 1 ' .1 i i 1 . . i L C 9 gc U. - - 1. 1 . ,fy , 1 - "". '. 2'..' "2 ',z v . Vilma K rx:l'!- is . , . 2 . . L . 'f' 1 , u H , s 1 s , .' - 'v ' , ' .T ' 2 '. 2 , 1' . . 1 . ' . 1 - . . . - .1 K 1 1 . ' f 1 ' . 1 A N P I I. . ' 1 . I - 'c . c I 1 1 2 tr 2 , 2 1. - . . . . 2 '- ' 2 ' f 2 . 1 -2 . .' ' ' , , 2 it ' "1 i i ' 2 2 2. ' "2 f - 2 2 1 - L ' . 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N., ., .. ....-............-..............................,....-....... .. .- -. e . , 1 ...., .-..s.... .. .......-..............-...... .,,....,..... ... ... ,.-.....,.,,,........ ....,.... .M ... .W ,... ..... .....,.. .W ,.., .... Il A I ' Q I .-.,. ,,-..2Q. V T Yt7Ki,n.-i ffjlr .lgggkc xii,-s 5.45. f ,mf .,XM,4'1,, Y,f GILTNER,,lQ "Spot," weight 155, Left End, was a new man on the team this year. He is big and fast and should make a great End. His work in the North Carolina game was magnificent. His returning of punts in this game was the greatest ever seen here, and his handling of forward passes was also worthy of notice. Fumbling and mis- judging of punts marred his work in the St. Louis and Central games. Spot was a hard man to tackle and bring down. He would always fall towards the goal, and this always meant a gain, due to his great length. VVe only regret that Spot did not come out for the team earlier. " Brick ' JOI-INSON,,l2 "Big Johnsyf' Left Tackle, weight 165, was certainly a bear. Une 225-pound tackle, who played against him this year and who could hardly wobble at the end of the game, said Johnson was the toughest proposition he had ever gone up against. He is very fast for a big man. In every game this year he played good and hard, but his St. Louis and Central games were probably his best. When "Shank" was out of the game, Johnsy did the punting. He played on the '04 team, but has been out of school since then, until this year. He looks good for All-Kentucky and should be a terror next year. V CHAMBERS "Brick" played Center for us this year when Dick was not able to be in the game. He is a fairly true passer of the ball, and a good man when kept in the line. Brick is one of those conscientious, hard-working fellows who always make good in the long run. You cannot keep them down and Brick will be seen playing Center next year. We believe he will make the team a most valuable man. - " Spot " .. ,M -, ,i , ,, ,, . ,,... ...,,,, H ,,,,,, , . ..- -W - ...-.....W -. 472' A . , 'r A. V i 'V' i T r Q' j1':..1: ,:,.z:..Eri ir.. 1se::i:..LuQ,:.-1. ..... wifi! --.... 1::..:x..m,L:. if..'::'.11:if::o..L:Q,.4.Q.:.,:1,,,,'.:, if . ,,,1,iLf,., ,.,. , W... ,, ....,. , M., ,, .,,,, ..-WW ,,,.. ,....,m,,... ........ ,,.. ,, ,,,.,, V , ., V D ,,,r,,,.,..,,.,,,....,,,.i',g5 ,Q , , -.,.,.,.,,..,., fifig..- i 2 5i'i1Q.s. ..,. ,, ,QQQ?,Q,Q...ge- ,- . V. ' i e 1. s:..1s.. W.. 'a"a' '55if'Mv WV U 0"Eflflt,C'f 144 .5:us.X 1,221-., ..,..................s...,,... ....s...,....-.. ... ... .,... .........-.... Y V N i , v , t if i rarfrac .. . : N . F. ' . f, W' ' a il 5211 1 , , , 1 Q -a M ,,.. V .g .x . I, y I I 7 1 C .W 1 ... ... .. - .M ... ... .- ... . ...,... ... ... ..............,............-................ Fos'rER,' 1 2 "Rolly," sub-Tackle, weight 150, was a very consistent player whe11 he was in the game. For his weight he is one of the best ever seen around here. He played in several of the big games and always delivered the goods. His work in the St. Louis game was especially high-class. Due to an attack of tonsilitis he was unable to play in the Thanksgiving game. Foster is strong in getting through the line and breaking up the plays of the oppos- ing Backs. He is a Junior ill the Department of Mining Engineering, and this is his first year on the team. HENnR1cKsoN "Cap" has been one of the greatest players we have ever had. In his football career here he has successfully filled the positions of Guard, End and Tackle. It was at Tackle that he showed his really great ability and did his best work. He played Guard in his Freshman year and Tackle when a Sophomore. It was then that his wonderful work attracted attention throughout the South. The next year he was made Captain of the team and shifted to End, where he again made good. His next and last year he was played at Tackle. "IIennie" has been one of the hardest and most consistent workers we have ever had. He was always on the field, following the team at all times and studying the game continually, even when too crippled to be in the game. This example has been a source of inspiration and encouragement to men of weaker resolution and less determination. This year when " Cap' ' was barred on account of the four-year rule he took charge of the scrubs and turned out a team that was considered by many to be better than anything in the State, excluding the Varsity and possibly Central. His work on the football field throughout his course has endeared him to every student in the University. 'Ti.....'..7.'....,.1 ix. wfx f'fX-......W ........-......-...-,... ,.,.. v- ----.........,M,..,, ,W ..., ... - ... ximfifx ,,,, gig, , ,i Q W N ll! IX .vi 1 'S-il - fu jx 'lv . - ,-- an uxjf .i Y r I .. X .. i Tlx.. A Law f,-f .- - 1 w 'tha ffm" v A J K1. J.: X lI'iIi'?f4'A'ib 'X N' is-N, ku 1 ',,lr,fff,g5iVw',,f' + ,,,a,jf:.f,.- ji, Q , DDNLAP, 11 Left Tackle, weight 180. The "Old 'Ladyi' was out of the game the greater part of the year, due to a broken collar bone sustained in the game with Ohio University. When he was hurt "DunnyU was playing the same great ball that he has been playing for the last three years. It was an untimely accident, in an unimportant contest, that kept him out of the game until the team went to St. Louis. He started this game, but was forced to retire at the end of the first quarter, due to further injuries to his shoulder. The Old Lady has been one of the hardest, steadiest fighters that ever played on the team, and his loss is a great one. He is a Senior in the Civil,Engineering College. Hats off to him for his long and true service to the Varsity. KIMBRO " Kimmyu came to us from the Lexington High School with quite a good reputation as a football player. While he did not make the Varsity this year, he was played in a good many games and showed that he has the football stuff in him. He played in nearly all of the Kentucky- lVesleyan games. and his playing was the feature of this contest. Kimmy was generally played at a Halfback position. ive predict great things of him next year. i""'f'f 'fiilmrf' -- J '.I1"2ii."I'1.f... 'hs ...,... -:7:r:r.:::::g:.:-",",. . .,., , ,-iv, ........ ,, L...,.. , ... ... ......... -........ .,,,,..,..,..,,,...,..,..-.,,,.,,..........s...............-..........,...........,......................s....-..,..-........,. , ,..,..-........... .-. Wa... Q fa .W .. fv Q mer. "T" 1 ,-ev -v i 'aw fs if 'W TH fi '-E," 'X '. ..,. 1,',,.', ". 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U. 19 Ohio lVesleyan 37 At Delaware, 0. Feb K. S. U. Q7 Utterbein 41 At VVesterville, O. MELIT. f 11 17 Q3 Q7 3 PRESTON, Left Guard UQ C U' u: rv- .... rv- C rf- CT m Q P ? hi 'U II 'E ii w P Z3 Z P1 Pi 5 'G' E 5' li F5 "4 CiCiCi GG 1 Q i Christ Church Georgetown Butler College T. U. T. U. SQ QQ 1 6 19 5Q M-fd r 1 Q . . .... ,..W....,.u,..,.-.,...... At Cincinnati, O At Georgetown At Lexington At Lexington At Lexington M-. fl c V3 '.1 w2gyLZ....-.. ,,L.,.. .. A. . 'J' TW W ' l 1 - fifwls -V .,f :,,..- - -gm fi . Kr' --. .WJ Af?" "W" fvff.-Q. 1 .-I .JIS -'ii if il V' it ..l. ,.., Q .,. ....',., ,..," ff l' .'ii fj'fT1i'1...." Tj 1" J 1 4gfJJ,1m,'.....-g, '... i- . 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Of course, we lost, and we continued to lose till our men got in training. On the Northern trip the games played were under rules new to our 111611, and the teams met were among the best in Ohio. However, this was the end of our defeats, the men by this time were in good shape, the tide turned, and from then on till the end of the season everything was lovely for Kentucky. Our last two games were played against Transylvania, at whose hands we had suffered one defeat in the earlier part of the season. Of course, T. U., being one of our oldest a11d most bitter rivals. it is unnecessary to say that enthusiasm and feeling ran high. Transyl- vania seemed to feel sure of victory, but our men felt that it was a case of do or die, they made up their minds to win, and they did. The first one of these two games was played in Transylvania gy1n11a- sium. State took over a large bunch of rooters, including Pat Hall co-eds, who yelled themselves hoarse, and after a hard-fought game .:?.-.ff State won by a score of QQ to 19. Then came the final struggle, which was played in State gymnasium. At this game there were over six hundred enthusiastic spectators, and standing room was at a premium. The gallery was full, men were standing up around the wall on the gymnasium floor four deep and, i11 fact, every space that was large enough to hold a person had one in it. Both teams were in good condition, both teams were determined to win and, fighting as only Kentucky teams know how to fight, it was one of the very best games ever witnessed on our floor. But the referee's whistle sounded for the last time, the score stood 30 to Q5 in favor of State, and the season was over. Never in the knowledge of the writer has there been such a, marked improvement in any team and i11 such a short time as there was in our basketball five this season. Coach Iddings is to be con- gratulated on the fact that he took a bunch of practically new ma- terial and in two months, time developed such a team as the one that met Transylvania in the last game of the season. Our only regret is that we were unable to meet Central and give them some of the same stuff that we handed to Transylvania. -, eww """"""f"i'i if if , ,fiiiiiifimfi 'iw' if ii' ,Tiff if. lf, ki.. . ,,., . if ..... a ..e.... Lf. . - c i ei 'L.ifii,lii'5fiY, W' M" H . ,.., 1 Q t ' if .,.,. ..,. . . ., , , .. . V - ,.., ., . .. . . ,a .549 .,vV I ,-mu I if-5 if yall.. -, ,..-.. .. '.. .-. ,.. ....4.-.- ,,.-,...4 ....... ..., -W .,-....,g...... .,,., ,, ,... , .s.-....e...........e....,..s..,,,..,..- .. .. --,.--,,,.,,mM,,,,,,,g.,.'.,wf..L:1iQf..,Cffi,iQ'f"ME.,i,'-W "lv 14 9 gg." 5241, . ' 'X ....,..,..,.,.. f . a 5 , ,, W... ,. ..,I,,,..,. . -.........s..,....,. .3 V ' if I ' ii " 'lb' it K7 ' 7 A L' L'-' ' ' ..:,.'....-......-....,..-. .- ...,...,--........,..,..---. , ,, ,A I i X l P 1 , . i' f ,yn-. ' ' Z' "Jake ' , . T' l l ' "N i i z ff' , ns f, X'j'?1:5.t M 4-' e- If 'N . , ' itz gf X ,f MARX This was the second year for "Marxie" on tl1e team, and although he was a good player last season this year's work showed a marked improvement. Although small, Marx is quick, and at Left Forward the Guard wl1o kept up with him was no scrub player. Besides being quick, he was an excellent shot, and was always there with l1is part of the score. Due to his good goal throwing he made a hit with one of 0hio's fair damsels, but he never knew it. Marx made, enough noise for all the rest of the team. and but for this exception-lack of lung capacity-he has the qualifications of an all-round athlete. He has alwa s worked hard up to the very last minute of the y game. Wie hope and expect to see lnm star next year. "Lengthy" GAISIQR Captain ".lake.' ' Right Guard, was always in the game from start to finish. He was a good man last year, but this season he was truly a "star." He stuck close to his man and his bull-dog tendency to continue the scrap was particularly admired by the spectators, and was. no doubt, the chief feature of his otherwise excellent playing. "He is a football player, too, isn't he?" was the first question asked by the spectator who had not seen Jake play before. No fault can be found with Jake, except that he is white headed, and even that may easily be disregarded after one has watched that white head through a good. hard-fought basketball game. Gaiser was probably disappointed in his team at the beginning of the season, but from the broad smile he wore on the night after tl1e last game-the night we gave T. U. such a wallop-we know that he must have been feeling good. .,.... . .... .. ....-. . V. . W'-ww,xw,,W, W, M. rung' ' .,,. ...M W.. ...- ..., .M Marx" TI.-KRRISON This was Harrison's first year on the team: however, it was not his first season to play basketball. He was no doubt the particular star of the quintet, Ellld is easily the best Center in the State. Harrison's reach is good and long, and it always brought a yell from the specta- tors to see him jump sufficiently higher than the opposing Center and take possession of the ball. This was particu- larly true in the games against our dear and beloved sister institution--Transylvania. Francis may be a good Center, but he is l10t in the same class as Harrison. Besides being a good reacher, he stuck close to the ball, and was always in the fight. At the end of the season he was wisely chosen captain for next year, and under his leadership, with four more of his kind. a team of "invincibles" is expected. ,mi-1.-vnuuvri ' f'1'1'1 'i7'31"4-.,,. .-.,......................- K. .. .,,.1.. . .. 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HART Hart was sub on last year's team. but this season he made good on the Varsity. He played Right Forward and is the youngest man on the team. He was particu- larly good on shooting for the goal, having made more points than any other one of the players. He was always an earnest and enthusiastic player. Hart has other athletic abilities than basketball and we feel sure that by the time the fuzz gets a little thicker on his upper lip and PRESTON Preston played Left Guard and he might well be termed the black horse of the season. This was his first year of basketball, and not until the first few games were played was he placed on the team as a regular. However, once on the team and he was there to stay. He was always cool-headed and fought hard to the finish. The chief feature of his playing was that he at all times closely guarded his man. He says very little but he plays the game. Preston is an all-round athlete and we are ex- pecting great things of him in the future. his Joints get a little more mature he will be a holy terror H Preston H in athletic circles. .if l'i:LE::::,.g:Ag.2, ' 1 .3f'li:1L' ' lily! KC an-,,,,,,.1,.,:.,,,,,, .... ...A i ... . .7 ,,..x....,.........................s...,-.,............--..---.-7...4..- ---. ..7..... ..-.... ... s.,.......,,.,,...,,,,,,,,,W,,,,,,W,,,,,,,,, ,,4, ,,., N, ,.,,.,,.,,...,,,........................,..,s,,,,7.,,..,,.f,,.,,,,T,,,,,,,,,f,,,mT,,,,,,,7,,r,,,f,,,WT, ww? VIN K p,tA lr,,,,v'w i M. f L! 1:16 Q f"7 f' . "' " ..,. ,. X. ,J " ' ' ' "' "',,",,3J,A,"m' 7 ,,kk X f j ff- f fgju ,f',g 5.2 ,I -..XWKJ .gy .C :FA 'lil U. -,, ....,, .... ,. Mr. . ., ,,.,. . . .- A- VIP ,i9j'Lm3f4,,-az., ,417 QI ---H " '. ' gp- - ' 'W " .L g.1."'1f ':'.::'1 "" 1, .1,:":xN2::":"':':f"'f:'f'vrr't?1h''x""1:v"1:r xii ' 7 -W----we--W---.M 4 f 6 1+ rg g ',....'ff-4.55 233' i' S J W... 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NVEBB . . . . . Captain . Left End BABB Left Guard GAISER C t T ll Lef ,ac ii 8 VVATKINS . Center . Right Guard SHANKLIN . Right Tackle TIIREIJKELD Substitutes NAYLOR, Right Hub' SHANKLIN, Quarter FOSTER 152 Right End Quarter Left Hab' Rfigltt Ilatf Fullback I Q .l .. fl' 1 -. f7f',L'g'?A"P f s A- 54.3 f 354,21 ,I Q. A . .,,,,Q:.s. N ,'.- k ,,,, uno, ,v , W . .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .. 4 . ,, W.- i,.-..,. ,..- .,...-f - rR.--...-..,,.-. T M T. ss.- .,.. ,c c, g , A , , U ' -c Tiny, ,gl pix' ,"','fF2 qw f 1.a.is..eivf,f'ssa-ff-,if f fm r f A j gp gk, , Lg -. e i iss. ,s X, I-I +1ii.,,gf K ' ,a .Lexi 1. . . s iw it , .v . , , W . Axug A . . ,, . . . Q ,. , ...A f ,it ,,,A , . V, . , , A.W , .,.,..,,..:. V,..., ,, ny ,V ,pl . ,. 5 12..:.2..f.i.Q.1...Y'W'fgil.zLflL.L1.i.sq..gt.,L'.,iii:- .4 Ls., 1.,..4a..sgg.,,:.-,i.p...,,g....4.......g4MAL...4,fs ,. ,, W, i if .. .4,,, .-.. .s.:.....ai.ei4LaL.s...g.....:.Lac.,Ls..,e41,4'i...ggiL1.1..if..,..,.4.......4..,1....4..L...............n,.,f.. -gif 1 . ' ,,'i'..j"gLQ1 kj, it H M, fi "3 1 Nw xi 1. l- kj' 'N ' sg: yi, X k.LkA ty., E. R. Sweetland WEETLAND is undoubtedly the greatest football coach in the country. He hails from Cornell, and was an All-American tackle for three years. He has been in charge of our team for two years, and the material he has had to work with has been of a quality below that to be found at many high schools. Yet in these two years he has beaten such teams as Illinois, North Carolina, Tennessee, Tulane, Central and other lesser lights. There is probably no other coach in the country employing Mr. Sweetlandis method of coaching. He knows football from be- ginning to end, all sides of it and questions pertaining to it, and knows how to impart this knowledge to the men he is coaching. Probably his strongest and most valuable characteristic as a coach is his ability to inspire men with an undying fighting spirit, and then to get every ounce of fight out of them that there is in them. The 'Y'-'T""""7' .1 . teams coached by him are the teams that have such names as "Wild Catsi' applied to them. It is the bunch of men he has had charge of that does not have sense enough to know when it is beaten and that will fight until its last man dies, or win. His work with the team the two years he had charge of' it was wonderful. Before Sweetlandis arrival, track was a dead and buried branch of athletics at this Institution. He revived interest in track and field work, coached the men for two years and, during this time, we easily won every meet in which we participated. This fall "CoachH received an offer from Wisconsin to coach the boat crew at that University, which he accepted. When he left we lost the greatest coach we ever had, and a man whose place as a coach we will have trouble to fill. We wish him much success in his new field. U . xi, A .f .V ., ,.., . F' I v A -N. 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N , :x.,.v., .fad 153 - r fy . W.,W,-,,,,w-,,,,..,,,,,..n,.,i.....,M .... ,of ,,.,,. , . , M M M X ,-,-n.,c-A,,.-.,.., s..,,,..-,.. . I Q . , .x . N ur New Coach It is not necessary to mention the name of our new coach whose picture is shown here. Neither is it necessary to write a long account of his past achievements. These are all too well known to us who have seen him play to be recounted again on paper. 1Ve know he is the greatest football player ever turned out from this Institution, and we believe he will make a successful coach. VVG know he will. We wish him the greatest success in his Work next year. W'e are all for you, all the time. old man, and herc's to you and your 1911 champions. Dick Webb 154 M, v , mnlgug, ,, .f 71-7 W vgwf, 4 , A--.M--M ---- 1 iff-AA-M . ' - sw, ff , .W , , . , ..,L..L.M,-,..,,.. .. W. az: ma 'MV' M m EMI a mm., N 3 W N 'T' W , , , N 1,.i, ,Ca .. 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Louisville High School Transylvania . . Kentucky lYesleyan Central . . . N. C A. ik HI. . . U. of North Carolina Trinity . . . Trinity . . Univ. of Tenn. . . llniv. of Tenn. . Univ. of Tenn. . . I April Q7 April Q9 April 30 llay 11 llflay 12 Slay 13 May 18 lllay Q5 Blay Q8 DUFFY ICENNEY . C1uc1+1KMonE ELLIS . GILTNER . Micfmons . 15 9 3 2 4- l 4- l 41 C. U. G. C. G. C. K. S. K. K. S. Univ. of Cincinnati Louisiana Nl. T. H. S. Georgetown . Central . . Ky. School for Deaf Georgetown . De Pauw . . b . , Georgetown Central . . Out of 26 games Kentucky State won 15 and lost ll, giving 3 3 Q 3 3 5 3 Q 0 21. percentage of .577 . VVe made a total number of runs of 159 to our opponents 399. ............ .....,... ..... ... ,- .. . , .W nm, V--V ' - ----1'-... ......,....-.. .... M.-. ..,. x - . ' ' 1 "WL, ' .. K. in J 113312-,:J. ...., ,. .. , ,f,,-x ,. .. . .. , X - 5 f-fi' 1.'9'.4:..t,g-LQ.,a...4.L..-.a:....g4 A ' 4 - . . -1 ff Q.: X V, .1N..,.A ...f L. ,, M ,, ,. .... - M.-.............-.,........................ .. L . . is- .2 X xii 4- X . -.rim . 'T' ' -'Lf' -sg 2 .1 J Review of Baseball Season The 1910 baseball season in Kentucky ended in a badly mixed-up of the opposing teams at all times, and knows just what they condition. It was a three-cornered fight all through the season, and can and cannot hit. This knowledge is absolutely essential for ended with three teams practically tied for the champion- ship. Georgetown had an exceptionally strong team and, judging from the games with us, she should have won the championship. She won two out of three from us, but lost two to Central, a very weak team, which won the championship on points. We won two out of three of our games with Central by scores of 10 to 4 and 4 to 0, but they accidentally slipped one over on us and won the second game at Danville by a score of 3 to Q. Tran- sylvania dropped out early in the season after we had played her only one game, winning by a score of 18 to 4. This overwhelming defeat seemed to paralyze baseball at this Institution, as her team disbanded shortly after that. A glance at last year's All-Kentucky team reveals the fact that we had five men on the team. Georgetown had three and Central was lucky to have one. We had the battery and entire outfield of this team. In Hillen- Q ew R a man to make a good catcher. Hillenmeyer was one of the best college pitchers ever seen here. In addition to being a wonderful pitcher his hitting and base running were features of every game. In our outfield we had three men who covered a world of territory, and were sure on fly balls. They also handled the ash excellently. Their batting was largely responsible for many of our victories. The only way we can account for our teamis failing to land the championship is that baseball is the most uncertain of games. We certainly had the team from Danville bested in a series with them. Our games with Georgetown were very close and undecided until the last man was out in the last inning. We lost two out of three of the games that we played with the team from that Institution. Central, on the other hand, seemed to win at will from Georgetown. The final result was that meyer and Reese we had a battery that was hard to improve. Central, although losing two out of t.hree games to us, won the Reeseas strong point as a catcher is that he studies the batters Intercollegiate championship on points. ' 11 A, , g .,.. ,V ,fy-f 1 ,. ,, - . .,., ..,,. . an W.. .....,, guph L A ..g.,,..,s,,,,..,,g.,.:..-.,..., .,,.. g,,,.-,,r.,. 4 M -W ,MQW-M QM l in V 3 ... - .W . ......... 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X N 1 A X six I-t, j 1 9 1 1 Baseball Schedule Kentucky WVesleyan College Manual Training'High School lVIichigan Transylvania Georgetown College Cincinnati University Paris At Lexington At Lexington At Lexington At Transylvania At Georgetown At Lexington At Paris l R .,N,.........,.,,,.-.. ,am May May' May y May May May May 4 5 6 13 17 Q0 29 Ohio VVesleyan University Ohio Northern University Cincinnati -University Georgetown College Transylvania University Georgetown College Transylvania University At Delaware, Ohio At Ada, Ohio At Cincinnati, Ohio At Lexington At Stoll Field At Lexington At Stoll Field . .. .... , v.X,"'.'.l.','fl lllulfv , ...,. M y ,, ,..., ,.., W g ,,l,.,-,,,,,, . " ,.iil ,,... fri! fy l?ff':.fV"t"""i ' ' , , Y ', 4 , V - N pl 10,9 IgA.f'fif'f'H1 1' 'TJ' , ,,,,,,iTS,g,.,s,,, .. .,,. . .cw . , Y.. ,,..-..,...+,.,,,.,,..4V.iff T!01,g,.g.,.....c?.,....,......,.,,.N.,.,... 'Q ,':J'1,,," l N! 1 9 1 1 Baseball Prospects T looks as though we would have a winning team this year. We are to have our last yearis coach with us again this season, and those who saw Engel coach last spring know that he is the man for the place Last year he took hold of a bunch of raw material that that we will be able to develop from the lfreshmen. We are informed that there is an unusually large amount of high-class material in this Freshman Class, and the very little preliminary practice that has been indulged in seems to substantiate these claims. A, , ,. ...,.........,....,,. .,.......aVV4-f V--V.. .-. ., , ., . ,.,...,,.......M.............,........-.--... ... ..... -.. . "1 uf' "f'i1i i W-7 -'-w-VAV'-- 'W-H-fe -V ,M 'N-W' """f' 7' """"i U" "Tj" """ i,,.,,uL: Y I tr X . - , 'Rf . Y . im 'V A I .V wax. W -..I 1 I :...... ' A .r,. g A A , .,Ng A , , A H Q I J M It 5 , ,c,c ,V , ws., ...., . .,.. ,.,.,., .... ,.., . ,:, . , .. , l ,N '--A- W,-3--I - N- V Y 5 V K L, U' " Q35 'ff L L. ag., Q. ., 5- '.-'..-,g. pe . ...1..'-l-...i ,. -,..4,,.4...,.1...,,g4...t.r.g,,.:..... . . , 1. 1 .- - .W '-l ...ga 44... W '-we L- -wl- qp' J i L'1i5xf'g,1 kg. Q f, t ff 1 71.1 Ek, 'gf XX- 19" Lzfff Q V:-sx5cf,ft -f i. ' 1 s a ' Y was not of the highest class and all strangers to him, developing from this bunch a team that had pretty fair claims to the state champion- ship. We consider him an exceptionally good coach. His idea is to make a man do some hard work for a place on the team. Engel hails from Ann Arbor. Micliigail. and has played four years of league baseball. As a nucleus around which to build up a team this year we have Five regular members of last yearis team. We also have two other men who won "K's' ' last year, but who were not considered regular members. Another 'YK' ' man, a member of the ,09 team, is in school and will be out for the team. This gives us eight "K, l men who will be on the field at the first call for practice, besides the new material The schedule, since completion,.shows some very strong games. We have strong hopes of winning a very large percentage of the games. The schedule includes games with some of the best college teams in the Middle West, and the fans will be given a chance of seeing some of the highest-class diamond stars in this section of the country perform here this spring. By winning a large majority of these games our claim to the championship of Kentucky will be beyond dispute. It has been four years since we won the undisputed champion- ship of Kentucky in baseball, but this seems to be the year that we are going to regain our laurels that we lost in the spring of '08, The coach and men are working with this one end in view. We have to do it this spring. It is now or never. 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W .1 - ' ...am . , . .,,. ...W .. .. ,,, . ..,,.. .,..,.,,-.... -.,. ,.- ,.,..,,...... ,...,....,...,,.,. ,. ,. . . , e,?.2.x..g.,Qiiz..2.:g:'..'.g1b... i-...r. .... .1t..1g L..i?4...r. if ff? lf? Lg? 'tifiglhiw fu? faflgrm.. ...., ILA..-.iii ' 'X i L1....eg."..i"f..Lg,:.g'.L..iLQ Lr.,.'--'.r1gfi. .43 LJ' pa-.QT.QQ.Lz.'.4.22.L:?".M f f 1- 1 1 A ',N-LA! I. xl P .... .. - ,. .-, , ,- , .... ...... --.....M. .. . aw " 71 .. lil I,lS ' 'lt' .fzfpf-f HILLENMEYER, Third Base and Pitcher "Hilly" clearly demonstrated by his work during the season that he was the greatest college baseball player in the State. His work was a feature of every game. Hilly is one more speedy pitcher and has a great wing. Great was the rejoicing of the bleachers when Hilly was shooting them over and the mystified opposing batter was slaughtering and shattering the ambient in a vain endeavor to connect softly with the horsehide. The First Baseman is also glad when Hilly is in the box, as his steam has an inclination to burn blisters through a thin mitt. GILTNER, Center Field, Captain Giltner, Center Field, Captain of the team, fielded in good shape and hit the ball hard all season. He made an exceptionally popular captain and showed his true baseball ability by piloting the team to victory after the coach's departure. "Cap" has been with us 'for three years and his playing improves yearly. He scooped 'em up in great style on first after V ogliotti had to leave the team. MEADORS, Pitcher' and Right Field Gilcen pitched some great ball and his heavy hitting was a source of unlimited delight to the bleachers. He is an all-round player of exceptional ability. His last game against Central was something great. Besides hold- ing Central to no runs and one scratch hit, he swatted the sphere over the right field fence for a home run, the longest hit ever seen here. Gilcen will be Captain of the '11 team. 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Who has not seen Dutch step to the plate, a wad of tobacco in his jaw as big as a baseball, and reward everybody's fondest expectations by driving out a beautiful drive? His hits were always long ones, to the tall uncut, and resulted in many runs. Dutch does not have much to say-he is one of those -who speak in actions and not I sa. . X f 1 -qi,4--,,-..-,fb H wt. C.. ,d,a1,...s5...1.1sQ,gaLnL:'.-4, KQQJ s 1 4 ' jp In at ,,,fN'Z:f7Y-HLTJ' VOGLIOTTI, First Base "Spaghet" cavorted around First Base in big league style and his batting showed improvement over the preceding year. Due to an unfortunate and unavoidable incident, Vogliotti had to leave the team about the middle of the season. His loss was s severe one and crippled the team considerably. in words. ELLIS, Left Field "Jersey'i covered a world of ground in the left garden and hit the ball squarely on the nose at all times.- He was not an exceptionally fast man on the bases, but he made up for this by knocking the ball so far that a good hit generally resulted. Jersey's chief delight was to pull down a long fly with one hand and inform Mister Duffy, of Central, that this same Mr. DuHy was the only origi- nal guy with the ivory dome. Jersey wears the smile ,sw 1 l that w0n't come off. s it , H.. . . ,, .f--I-flffifiim' , -. W -ff-:sf v""f"s "vw 'W H "'-""W"'v'-"f1"'rf'-W-W:-"1"f- Ya'-W-r'f.1.1'f5""We-1'ifrf --4 M ,fa gp 2 xg, e'0f,-1- ,, ff- G- ' '??"f"'fG i:nw,Q3jm'ufKmi,fk,r.in3nmreg-I ffgffx JQEEK,!ixQ,5kfi.:E'VL,i.'-413.0 -.- 3:1 SHMMZ-k:.B.V:w.l All ki. 5--W, ",.,':',......' xf"".:.Jzz..,.f .,,.. 4...,,.::5R, 1- gf., ff 5, 3bW:,.,'Lr...s...::.., :,-,s,4:1f'u,1 ,..i....,,,.W,,.4-.--F---if-ii' ri :ii iii,-fwi'.ii' ' ' 1-if" "-" f':""'1. 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A fairly safe hitter, he frequently put the ball away, and, all in all, little Burruss was a good. all-round player. He always had a word of encouragement for the team when things were going wrong and was loud in acclamation when fortune favored. A jolly good fellow and a general favorite, he added much to the welfare of the team. REESE, Catcher "Jimmy" was one more good catcher. He easily held his position throughout the season. He used his noodle at all times, which is the strongest point of any player. Jimmy was not a very heavy stick artist, but his classy work behind the bat offset any weakness in this respect. His throwing to bases was good and he was ,death to bunts. This was Jimmy's first year with us. He will also be with us in 1911 and should make a grand record. Sco'r'r1, Third Base . "Pete" played Third Base while Hilly was pitching, and he played it in beautiful style. "Scotty" secured several very timely bingles which counted in the run getting. 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FITZPATRICK, W. W. ALMSTED, W. ATLAS, S. AUD, J. G. BABBAGE, V. A. BROWN, P. D. CHAPMAN, H. H. CHRISTMAN, A. L. COVITZ, I. CUMMINS, I. .V . L.-- A. . E.. ... ., . . . ,..... . ........., . ,. . .ff . ., E: M - , Q. 4, A A -.Q 41. X 1:.I.1 . 5 xqxiikpisii In flL:.M,7 ,, 66 79 Company Captain . . . RAMSEY, A. T. First Lieutenant . . TARPLEY, J. F. Second Lieutenant . VVADSWORTH, J. H. First Sergeant ...... KUNZMAN, J. W. DAVIS, A. J. DUPRIEST, J. T. FISHER, J. N. FISTER, W. E. FREEMAN, T. GORDON, A. N. HAYMAN, J. H. JOHNSON, C. '...--." f P V .... . Q. ......-.-.....- .-. ..., .-.L .. X. IQIMBROUGH, N. I Corporals COLBERT, A. H. MAliSI'I, H. N. MOMANAMA, R. I MORRIS, W. R. PEARRE, L. T. PENCE, E. A. RICE, M. R. RUDD, W. C. SANDMAN, L. J. MILTON, R. H. EDRINGTON, J. BOWDEN, R. D. SCHOERNING, H. W SMITH, 0. W. SMITH, W. C. STRONG, G. SWITZER, J. W. SWOPE, F. K. TAYLOR, R. T. TOWNSEND, R WILLIAMS, D, --,QUT -NWI,-, Z: I f 'ft . rq -'X 5 . . . .. X . 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From the very first it was S6011 that the Sophs would win, and it S0011 became a question only of the size of the score they would pile up. VVeight and experience, the two all-important factors i11 foot- ball, were against the Fresliies, their being outweighed several pounds to the man seriously handicapping tllfflll. Several of their men were also new to the ga111e, and for this reason were lacking i11 the fine points of football, while the members of the Soph team were experi- Lineuup enced HICII. The tea111 work of the second-year men was excellent and their interference was stro11g and effective. Their forward passes I-lA11111soN lt. E. B1.,xKn11 AND J.u1KsoN fUapi.j worked well a11d resulted in large gains. The fact t.l1at the l+'reshmen R.1e1'1A111JsoN R. T. I.oNoswo11'r11 had practiced together for o11ly a few days before the game was H1f:Nn1ueKs R. G. Roni-:11'1'soN disastrous to them. They also lacked equipnlent, several being l'll'l'ZI'A'l'RICK . BRONVN forced to play in gynn1asiu111 suits and without cleated shoes. VVithal, WI1.soN . G. IIENRICYII they put up a hard, strong, ga111e, gritty fight. For the Freslnnen, clxklilllrllllllllis . T. Busn Jackson, Brown and Danforth put up the best game, the work of MAY . E. Co1"r1c1nc1.1. Brown being especially C0llllllClldEl.l7lC. He looks like Varsity niateri- BA11N1+:'r'1' . B. l,ANl"Olt'l'lI al for next year. The work of the entire Soph l-Gitlll was gilt edged. l,1+:1f:11 . I-I. B. B1,1f1v1Ns It would be hard to pick out the stars. B2l.l'llPll' and Harrison Plil+lS'l'0N - B- CROINI' probably ontshone the others. S'l'liUI'1lNG - ll- B. ll.-KWKINS ,WT ....,..... , 1 K 1 .ia .. el ,, ,.-.....,,.,.....,5,.-,,,- ,...ggi..g .,,, it I -.rf ,wil w 1' .W '-L., ..1 K I 70 N N. ...-.-YM-.--..-...--.-.? V i V -- ---- .. , .. ,gg -.4 . , --,--,......,44.:z:1g.g - -H .--x 'N VET' "" 157 X, , X, , , g ' 4"2" 2 49 Y N- ' : " i '. 'Z' V "' , V ,.,. . 1. ,. x 'v vi If Tl- ' , ,,.,!,. . ..., .. 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ALPHA ALPHA ALPHA BETA :ALPHA GAMMA ALPHA DELTA ALPHA ZETA Kappa lpha VVashington and Lee University Virginia Military Institute University of Georgia Woodford College Envoy College Randolph-Macon College Richmond College State University of Kentucky Mercer University University of Virginia Alabama Polytechnic, S. C. Southwestern University University of Texas University of Tennessee Davidson College University of North Carolina Southern University Vanderbilt University Tulane University, Central University of Kentucky University of South University of Alabama Louisiana State University William Jewell College William and Mary College O atlonal Chapter .TALPIIA ETA TALPIIA' rlll.IE'l'A ALPHA iKAI'l'A ALPHA LAMBDA ALPHA MU ALPHA NU .LALPI-IA X1 . ALPHA OM1eHoN ALPHA P1 . ALPHA RHO ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA TAU ALPHA UPSIIJKJN ALPHA P1-H ALPHA OMEGA BETA ALPHA BETA BETA BETA GAMMA BETA DELTA BETA EPs1LoN BETA ZETA BETA ETA BETA THIAITA BE'rA Io'rA Roll Westminster College Transylvania University University of Missouri Johns Hopkins University Millsaps College George Washington University University of California . University of Arkansas Leland Stanford, Jr., University VVest Virginia University Georgia School of Technology ' Hampton-Sidney College University of Mississippi Trinity College North Carolina A. 81 NI. College School of Mines Bethany College College of Charleston Georgetown College Delaware College University of Florida University of Oklahoma Washington University Drury College . NVAV . 1.7: .,'. V ML , ii'ii .gig J H I L, ....i1.li.,...... .. ,... . ..,.. .f.--.fem .fr-.V-Q-W - --- A --M ---A -- . .Y V...-vm --.,,.,-....--W-A I e P I ALP!-IA BETA GAMMA EPSILON ZETA XI . OMIGBON lil-IO PHI CIII . . ALPHA EPSILDN ALPHA ZETA ALPHA ETA ALPIIA TI-IETA AIJPIIA IOTA ALPHA LAMBDA ALPHA NU ALPHA XI . AII1'I-IA OMICRON ALPHA PHI ALPHA RHO AIIPPIA SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON ALPHA PHI ALPHA CHI ETA ETA . THETA THETA ifr, efxt Sigma Chi Mlttllll University University of VVooster Ohio Wesleyan University Columbia University Washington and Lee University De Pauw University Dickinson College Butler College Lafayette College Hanover College University of Nebraska Beloit College University of Iowa Mztsszmcliusetts Institute of Technology Illinois lfVesleyan University University of Wisconsin University of Texas University of Kansas Tulane University Albion College Lehigh University University of Minllesota University of South Carolina Cornell University Penn State College Dartmouth College University of MlClllg2LlI ational Chapter Roll I KAPPA KAPPA . LAMBDA LAMBDA MU MU . NU NU XI XI . . LIMICRON CIMICRON R110 11110 . . TAU TAU . . UPSIIJON -UPSILON PHI PHI . . PSI PsI . OMEGA IJMEGA , ETA . . 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Agp-inulfm-g R. V. GARRED l,1m- J. C. LEER Aqricnliure 1914 J. H. S.x1.1.m1+: ...... ,firm C. H. SPINKS M eelzcmiml and Elecwiml Engineering VV 15. MJKNS IVl00hlL7I.71f'lll and Eleehierzl Engineerzfng R P. LANE ...... Law H A. DEBOW M 00lI,ClJI.I1f'fLI and Elecfv-ical Engineering G E. K1'lI.lJ5' lVIechanie11I and Electrical Engineering ' gTi"'1'jf'fFif1f1f2: V "ww '4..-4e '11 Y '--I Sigma lpha Epsilon ational Chapter Roll IINIVIGRSITY OF IIIAINE BOSTON U NIVICRSITY IVIASSACIIUSE'l"l'S INSTITUTE OI' T ECII. IIARVARD UNIVERSITY WORCESTER I'OLYTEc2IINIO INSTITUTE CORNELL UNIVERSITY COLUMBIA U'NIVl'1liSI'l'Y ST. S'l'ICPIIEN'S COLLEGE SYRAOUSE UNIVERSITY ALLEGIIENY COLLEGE IDICKINSON COLLEGE PENNSYLVANIA STATE COLLEGE BUUKNELL IINIVICRSITY GETTYSBURG COLLICGIG GEO. NVASIIINGTON UNIVEIISITH' I,INIVl4ZRSI'l'Y OI' VIRGINIA VVASIIINGTON AND LEE IINIVICRSITY IINIVIGRSITY OI' N'OIi'l'Il CAROLINA IDAVIDSON COLLEGE WOODEORD COLLEGE IINIVICRSITY OI-' MIGIIIGAN AIJIIIAN COLLEGE MT. 'UNION COLLEGE fJHIO WESLEYAN COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OI-' CINCINNATI OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY CASE SOIIOOL OF APPIIIBIIJ SCIENCE FRANKLIN COLLEGE PURDUE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF INDIANA NOIi'l'IlNVlCS'l'IBliN UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OIT' CIIIOAGO UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA IINIVICRSITY 01" VVASIIINGTON UNIVERSITY OI" GEORGIA MERCER UNIVERSITY EMORY COLLEGE GEORGIA SOIIOOL OI' 'l'EcfIINOLOGY SOUTHERN I,INIVl+1liSI'I'Y , UNIVERSITY OIT' ALABAMA ALABAMA POLYTECIINIC INSTITUTE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI VVASHINGTON I,INIVI'lRSI'l'Y IINIVICRSITY OF NEBRASKA UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY OI' IOWA IOWA STATE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OI' COLORADO UNIVERSITY OI-' DIQNVEII COLORADO SGI-IOOL OF IXIINES IINIYERSITY 01" OKLAIIOMA LELAND STANFORD, JR., IINIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OI' CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OI' IVIISSISSIPPI LOUISIANA S'l'A'l'IC UNIVERSITY IFULANE UNIVERSITY IJNIVICRSITY OI' 'FEXAS CENTRAL UNIVERSITY BETHEL COLLEGE STATE IINIVICRSITY OI" IiI'1N'I'Uf'KY SOU'I'l'IXVES'I'ERN PRESBYTERIAN IINIX CUMBERLAND UNIVERSITY VANDERBILT LINIVERSITY IINIVERSITY OF VIIENNESSEE 'UNIVERSITY OF TIIE SOUTII UNION UNIVERSITY 15.-XR'l'MOU'l'l'I COLLEG IC ff- Qf""'. 2' Ip. Q ....,... . -,.-,I.- - 1 J 192 ' SL ,j.f'-.-1' I -Sw 1 1 ' xxx . 1.I -. ww-.I--.H Kappa Sigma ational Chapter Roll SOl7'I'lINVES'I'ERN l5A1"1'1S'1' UNIVERSI'1'Y STATE UNIVERSITY 014' KENTUCKY NI ILLSAPS COLLEGE LOUISIANA S'l'A'1'lC IINIVICRSITY CICN'I'ICNAliY COIIIIIAXIIC 'l'IYLANE UNIVIAIRSITY SOUTIIWICSTIAIRN IYNIVICRSI'I'Y IvNIYI'1liSI'l'Y 011' VICICXAS I'N1vERS1'1'Y 011' ARKANSAS WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE NIISSOURI S'l'A'l'IG 'UNIVICIISITY XYASIIINGTUN ITNIVI41liSI'I'Y NIISSOURI SGIIOOL 01" MINES I'N1VERSI'1'Y OI' N ERRASKA BAKER I,TNIVlCRSl'I'Y IINIYICRSITY OI' IJIGNVER IJIIIO S'I'A'I'E IINIVERSITY CASE SCHOOL OI' SGIENc'E PIIRDIIE IVNIVIGRSITY NNABASII COLLEGE IINlVEliSI'l'Y 011' INDIANA UNIVERSITY 01-' ILLINOIS LAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY UNIVICIISITY O1-' MIGIIIGAN UN1Vl+1RSI'l'Y 011' WISGONSIN UNIVERSITY OI' MINNESOTA IINIVlCIi,SI'I'Y 01" IOWA I ,LI 11 .,1 ....n.I...,....-.-,,.........,,. ,- .,. ,I - , ' LELAND STANFORD, JR., UNIVERSITY UNIVEIISITY OI' CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON COLORADO SOIIOOL OF MINICS UNIVERSITY OI' OREGON UNIVERSITY OI' IDAHO WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OI' UKLAIIOMA SYRAOIISE UNIVERSITY MASSAOI-IIISET'1'S STATE COLLEGE IOVVA STATE COLLEGE WASIIING'1'ON STATE COLLEGE WASIIRURN COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE BOWDOIN COLLEGE NEW IIAMPSIIIRE COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OF XIICRMONT BROWN IINIVICRSITY SWARTIIMORE COLLEGE PENNSYLVANIA S'l'A'I7I'I COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OIT' PENNSYLVANIA BUCKNELL UCNIVICRSITY WASHINGTON AND JEEIIERSON COLLEGE LEIIIGII IINIVICRSITY DICKINSCJN COLLEGE COLUMBIA COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OIT' MARYLAND IINIVERSITY 014' VIRGINIA RANDOLPH-IVIACON COLLEGE WILLIAM AND IVIARY COLLEGE I-IAMP'I'0N-SIDNEY COLLEGE RIOIIMOND COLLEGE IDAVIDSON COLLEGE CORNELL UNIVERSITY 'FRIINITY COLLEGE I.INIVERSI'I'Y 014' NORTII CAROLINA IINIVERSITY OI' VGEORGIA NOli'FII CAROLINA A. AND M. COLLEGE VVOODIPORD COIIIIIGG IC MERCER IINIVIGRSITY GEORGIA SOIIOOL 011' TEIIINOLOGY IINIVICRSITY 011' ALABAMA ALABAMA POIIY'l'I'lClINIC INSTITUTE CUINIBICIHIAND UNIVERSITY VANDERBIIXI' IINIVERSITY IlAR'l'NIOU'l'll COLLEGE HARVARD IINIVICRSITY NEW YORK UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OI' -CIIIGAGO COLORADO COLLEGE UNIVERSITY OI' 'F1flNNl+1SSEI'1 SOU'I'l-IXVESTIQRN PRESRYTERIAN UNIV. UNIVERSITY OI' TIIE SOIITII IJICNNISON IINIVERSITY If. .I,, ,, , ..1" G.. .. Q '93 .1 ...L ,M . Lis.. 1 1 1 ....T.., .-...,,.,.................--...,...,....M-. .. .., .,.... ., - "', -A M N ,....,.. .-.. ,. .., ...- -.., , .,, .- ,.... V f' U w f , X 5 ::1x: . W Y' ' . , ,, ' 1 X , N 4 . . 1 , 1 1 .. ,V A . .. , . .. . .. 1 '3' " ... ,.. ., - h....l...4...:..4.l....L..............,,....,....-. ........ . .. 5, -. .. - - M -Q ,. '....Lg.. ...... .4 - - .A ..'1- '- .. ... .. Y. v , . , C. J .. - xxx .I ...i .,.,,... I x xi x I mfyjj ' , .. 'NNI.f,f"., , - u w. - ., , V ,P 734' fly, 4 , w v l -. jig. ,5- 191, . 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UKIIIIICUIIVS and Sim' and 671-asf-mzf 14'l.owER. lfzfly Qf fha Valley COLORS. Svarlef, Enwralfl G7'0C"Ilf and ll'l11'f0 Beta Nu Chapter 1Cstz1.1m1is11c-d 1901 Chapter 1Roll 191 1 L. L. ADAMS, 0211171 1Cng17new-ing JOHN ROGERS, Uimfl E?'lgIl'l'ICOI'I.lIg 3 1912 B. A. lio1s1NsoN, Uimfl E7l.gl71Cfl37"I1Ilfj E. F. SCHEMPELER, Cimfl E7'lg'?17Zl36I'?17I.g R. 0. PORTER, M ining Eng'z'ncering P. L. COCKE, Civil Engineering J. H. GA1sER, M eclzanical Engvfnecwfng 1913 J. W. PORTER, Clwmfi.s-try W. H. NICADAMS, Clzemzstry A. C. PARKER, Clzevnvfstry R. T. 'PAYLOR, Classical 19141 J. W. STANDROD, CllCIIl1I'.S'fl'Qj ,,1U',1l!,"E' -"J . .-,,,........,............a... ..... - ..... .......,,...,,...,.,....... .......,.. ...,...-...,,..,......... .... - ..,, . -..... W, ,. N-....-... ...---w- -4.- eff -e'- MM--1-1-W.-ffl ,""' ':'f'f"-1 1 . ..,. za. .... 1.5 .... .-. A 4: f 12'1f1fT'f.. .. 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BARRIER, JR., Arfs ,K . 1-IRELVELD am, nfmeerwz . . X ' 1 'I g C. MURRAY MC13O1V1GLIJ, Meel1,ar1.1ef1Z Engzneerznq JOSEPH M. LLXVIS, C 1,111 Iangmeez mg WM. HARVEY EDWARDS, ANS GEO. SEA SHANKLIN, JR., C1171-il Engineering IIERBERTI' H. GIIACE, IW eelmm'1-ul lc71.g?i7'L067"Ii7lfj ICENNETH ITNIJERWOOD, Agrrieullnre WILLIAM G' WOODS, ' JAMES XWI-II'l'1C CARY, ....... ..-.. A If T T f 2 . . . . 1 ,f' ' 5 V ' ,.,.. -..,.. M.. 1 X ' .,1 v' in , 19141 ROBERT JUDSON NVORKINO XVILLI A M W lCBS'l'I'1li SUGG LARABIIG PINKERTON ARTHUR JAMES Gum: '97 JOE PORTER LAND, . . , . 2" iff. I: ' if iii: 1 X ,. . v ',.,. ........-,,.. . M .. - A ihfhnj -..L-1-gy ..,, w-S., V1-S---4'J'7 1.1-s. 31? if ',-5,f,'1f1f+'H,S I wiv, Ii ,fffwy mmf, igwfifxmufifw, 255101:iiJ2f9?7f?'3Q'?fQL4f51.',:f:145?:?f5S?,,?I-QC I,4L.Iw,f9f1::ggI,,mgYQ3iQ5 :I:EE:'.:EQ,'Ii: QA?,Q,,.f.,' :AJ 'TE A'w"u""'T,f7QYI?g2ZiAZ f :If . ,...7G.. I. ,, ., Z. vxk. Lk-,-,,.Ag:,g - VV ., ini rw-,fi A 'QQ S .- ... L. 'fri 'Y 1 v4""f'l I " I I . 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University of the South A DELTA Southern University flMEGA . State University of Kentucky ZETA University of Tennessee ALPHA ALPHA Trinity College ETA . Tulane University EALPTIA CiAMMA Louisiana State University TI'IETA Southwestern Presbyterian University ALPHA IJELTA Georgia School of Technology IOTA . Hampton-Sidney College ALPHA EPSILON North Carolina A. tllld M. College KAPPA Transylvania University ALPHA ZETA University of Arkansas MU . Presbyterian College ALP1-IA ETA University of Florida OMICRON Richmond College ALPHA THi+:'rA West Virginia University PI . VVashington and Lee University fXIiPI-IA IOTA Millsaps College 11110 . Cumberland University ALPHA ICAPPA' Missouri School of Mines TAU . 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N , 4, - --M - N " "" "' ' ' "' j ' --W V f Nm..- - ,..M............-.....,. ,, .....,,......,---AM... is feffir X " tm 7 l - ' . . .. 1 . X . X u :ff i 1 . . -' . f , . V 1 . ' . - . ' . . i . fm.-.L...,..c....4.,.... ,......... ,..-.. .... ..-.. ......... .... 1 . V X ' 1 M.. N.: K , . 'L ,J x ' - ,J V1 ...x Varsity Debating Team INCH the organization of the Intercollegiate Debating Associa- tion, State University has lost but two debates and won tive. Her men have always shown superiority in the presentation of argument. They enter a rhodomontade with as much enthusiasm as do the Wlild Cats on the football field or gym floor. The Debating Team of 1910, composed of lVIessrs. VV. H. Townsend, H. A. Babb and 0. E. Baird, won the unanimous decision of tive judges over Georgetown by opposing the question of NVoman Suffrage. The 'team this year. consisting of Nlessrs. J. F. Bruner, W. C. Shultz and Jones Gill. are equal to. if not better than, 'any team State has ever produced. These are new men in the Intercollegiate work, but from the energetic manner in which they are working we have the assurance that we shall take Centralis scalp. They, however. are not inexperienced men. "Old Pious' ' is one of the Union's most able. speakers, and has represented her on many occasions. YVhile ""l' W -"wrt" . . ' ,. V. V 'v r "1""1':1"":jj'1'3'"Q-r"f:'fj:r'r """" f . .. M. ..-- "J. F." can excel him in debating he cannot surpass him in a more forceful presentation of his argument. Jones is one of the "Patts" best men. He is a Junior Law student and knows where and how to strike a judge. These men were coached by Professor J. T. C. Noe. one of the ablest and best equipped men in the State for such a task. The debate is to be held in the latter part of April. The subject, is: "Resolved, That the Amendment to the Constitution of the United States proposed by the Sixty-'l"irst Congress and Granting to the Federal Government the Power to Lay and Collect an Income Tax According to the Principle of Uniformity. Should be ltatified by the States., ' State, having the choice of sides. took the negative and we confidently expect a clear demonstration of the advisability of the adoption of the amendment, when these old rivals meet in the State University Chapel in April. . e , i 'f-". iii'i f' 'n ,T . , ,'.. 1 .gil ..i,""'i . 'lg .... 1 ...,,,,,... ..... iff" . ...xr "'i .1-L, ..4...s...g. . ' fin. ' .k.. ,ri . .:..g . " git ..... 4,1 .3 .....,., - . , lg .. .Q :M Q W1 I- W N R N-W I .gi ,AA NK P' S VX 5 Y W I ' .... .. . c.,. ...- .-,.,, ,iw ..... W.....j.,,,.....,..,..,.. K .. .fs rg, K , T ' II. .. . QQA. -4.. V .-V----,A ..-.v. 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H 1 V w-A I' T M f 3 n ,, ,. ,. k . ll , , K . , ,,.. , , ..., ..,.,..........., ,. ,......,v,,...,, ...,.. ....... .... ,. .W N.. ,... . .....-.....,.........,......,............-.,-...,............... ' , f 1 , , . .f..... .,.. ,.,AA V , - 1 1 l I 7-------.-f----'-Y HA------W 7 ' 'W W- -A' ---5--f- -- i..--7-Q7-f-'-M -7- - "M" '-"3-'M-f'--fn +7---7---ey-7-fq-gf.-T:-A-In V. 'K V, AJ-Ftww M WHY: J- ' - A -f-.Mi 'fi 'C Gaikfflw WW I , 1 M P 2 1 - A-.f?2 .,Li f??-Q A ' .M .. :Um w if.. , ,., a f- f xvw- .A-: - ..v '4 W-., f. vm - M ::. -. "fa -, A' Q' MP fag? wiv 1 Q wk x .Q Amffsgk HN! sm .6?ilL:,g3wQ X. 3414- N I FN H B ls...--. umm kwin H.. Em E: V' V I A - - - -I A mv ' Y- 1 ' "fm 'vw' "Q' fl' - - A' 33f5"gfgw I 'Y 1'Lf "wa-If ww- ...-. Q. -A ' -- A av :L A Az. A-' M-ef .1 PFW ,A A .ar A M 'Clin' l.l,l..l-.2 1911 Managers' Club PAUL FRANCIS 'Track Team J. A. 'BOYD Football H. A. BABE Basketball W. C. DUNCAN Baseball G. B. MERQHANT Transit ' PERRY CASSIDY Kentuckian F. L. MARX Idea A E. L. BECKER Glee Club l mmm gg-. fa. "" """" A 'W-i' 2Is? '.'5.Z..... 41. A' ' -fT..'fm..... H aa' A f....."'fz.W f-ml df gf' Mb HMMII' L A " 9 '4' w 3 ' '. H ' .lf .,,. Z ,.,, eye 'il3'..l"L"xi. 3!L'3', 0 , 3 ' 34 5? 5 3' " ' 15-YUN Y ' ' ' ' 1v1",::a:15q:vgi':'x':.:u'sgJ2'....: 1- , L 5 A - A i 'A "" C- ' ' -W' ., .... . V.. ,,., W .. - .W-V p . W--M . ,,.,. .. ..... A. .... ...Y A f H trim ' ""' 4 Y ' 'A' "'a .A "'aAla 'Pl"' W Nfl' ..x'ix'x1 1l"!vl2'l'li'!'II'i"i1l"l g ,bbw f fn' Mpillll 2 K X ' l W. ..V.. . . ,. W W.,,,,,.,m,,,,,,,.W.,,..,,,M,f -, i.i.-e...,i.-i ,.,.,..i,,.-. 5 I H l I I I l X J I 1 ' ' ' i ,f i . i 41, f A l l --X 'VX I AJAX i X 'I 'U 1 A very rare aninml that 'lrequents this locality. appearing only between the hours of eleven P. NI. and two A. M. It is never known to come out of its hole during the dnyllime, but allways seleets the still hou1's of the night in which to prowl and search for food. lt is l'0lllZl,l'liilllJlC'FOI' its czipacity for l'ood. devouring amylhing from peanuts to fignewtons with frightful voracity. This uninizil is noted 'for the peculiar cry it emits when in search of food. This noise resembles nothing else ever heard X The T. . Quartette fiEN Us-A l11'nyslzw11ngryf SPE! YI i+:sHNermjf11Il f ,f ,f , -" cg' -. . .. . .Jul by num and is poorly described by swvine' ' .1 b 'tliat it is Sllllililll' to the noise made by al combination of at rusty hinge, breaking glass, filing 21 saw, rattling tin C2l1llS,2l, rock erusher. :ll boiler factory, :il july-bird and :L mule. The feeding grounds of this zminml are the yards surrounding the female colleges of this locality. It nialy be seen on moonlight nights under the windows of one of these colleges, with its four heads 'turned up to the windows and giving its awful cry as if it were very much agitated- lt is said by some, although this can not be vouched for. 'tlmt :it 'times when heard in the distance the cry of this Zlllilllkll curiously resembles music. This rumor is. however, believed to be fictitious. 264 l 1 .. ,, nw... ,, W. ,Ziff-mi ".' "i-.pfvwf-f-' l-, . 'N 556-iffevrz 'T"f' A' , , , , H .. .M . lg, "'11w-gm, f 1: A N we wI!4"TWT?P"' We ' f ' '- A WTTF- f . 'Ph N--..m,-.-" -.nv .,., XX ui' I t ,X . T ,A ,..,S,,.,,,g.,.,..... M. 1 ll! H X k X .WT ,... .........,.,.,..,.,,.. .,,.,,. ,,,...., ..,,,. .,, .. - L,'. Q .p.'g.M L4. .- ,4 -L -X L.,, ,KJ Q ,, , .. -. Q ,...4.....--..--..,..-, .,.. .,,-..., .,..,.L,-.1 L.. L,Q,4,,,,,,,,4,,,, ,W W - m Y n f I . M, 1Jls.I1cc:'1'-l'1'oduction of S'll2ll'lllOllj'HQ?D. l5Us1N1+1ss4dlCxpc1't guidcs 'lio lho grub ond of tho housvs oi' ull COLOR"vVil1C lied. Fnowma-A11uheuser Busch. lVIO'l"ro-No grubco, no noiscv. SPICCIAUI'Y'-IAI2Ll'lll0lli0l1S rcu4lition of all um-lo-clam' sonffs. rw 'Good-bye, Booze" Quntil 'lille nc-xli drinkj our fznvorilie. lJm.1oII'l'-l31'ick bats and cams of water. Cl-IIICF IJICLIGIIT-'-IDOQS. lovers of lmigll-class vocfzllistic-s. I'lOlIliS11VIiClllig.flll to morning. D lNs'rlwc1'r1oN fro l,x'l'1coNsH lips of :1 Any Vli I Members ll s XII Xcldrcss all C0llll7l2l,illtS to tho Leader, c-are Nick Ryu . lo bv soul: to Dock Downing, cfarc Musly. All C0lllllllllllK'2'lliUllS hu I lo Ro fluclu I cm Pail II.nll sim-ss ll2lftlll'4.' loo me sont ' cus f ' H: lf . -z '- f f - spvcml Sllllll'S dvslrvcl. W1'lt0 or wlrv Monk Boyd. lix-"XY 1' " and pl'0S0lllI NNY. NN. NY." Joxus FOS'l'I'1li Cliarilomfj lmflflffr' "On tho wutvr wagon" Cllmvlcx' Elzlslfzlw. I"irsl Tenor "Sweet lips km-up tho hotlilv cforks' ' G Fake Squad Drill mmm., 1 U. . 7,.,rf.,1.i,.T,,.?V In S :,1gw,,pLr'y , I ,... N. ,,... 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PERRY' CAss1DY Iiicmv Pn1s'r 1111: AIONK BOYD fWomen Can 't Touch Usy N0 TRESPA' MO'I"l'CJZ "Thev're an raw, :L bone and a hank of hair n b JOHN CAMPBELL lvRIG SMARR SPRIGG 1313131131117 Oncry Faculty M amber, SANDY LVIACKENZIE This is 11. self-protective organization, to give mutual aid in warding off the advances of the fair sex. N o person is eligible who does not blush when within ten feet of any female. Before joining, one must swear that he is not infatuated, does not call on the young ladies, does not wear at girl's picture nor walk on the campus with a co-ed for a longer time than one minute. The society is very exclusive and is the victim of much criticism from those persons not eligible. I L 266 I . 1 ' - f N- 13 vrkf " E I V, .wmux 4 N I A nur' V. ' I 2 1 M Senior Snow Fight President . J ustiee of Peace . Attorney-at-Lafw . Advertising Agent . . Displayer of Artificial Beauty Raw Reermft . . The M'osr'ot . . We Cl .TC Us fWomen Come Take Usb Kentucky Lodge No. 11 IJCIJOIILIOIH Order of NY. YY. XY. CVVQ- Wlmi NYivesj f,BJI+1C'l'F- To prore that one plus one eqnrlls one 1VIO'r'l'0: "Allin that lmtlzt a tongue is 'no man, if fwitlz tlzfis tongue he eanrnot win a woman..' ' lf' Low IC R : Forget-Me-No! EM BLIGMI Queen of IIem't.v 'CDONK' , I,UNCAN BENNIE COLLINGS SIS MIIIES E. L. BECKER LESS VVELLIGR K. D. WVIIITIC " BABE, ' ltlm' Debntantts UIRISHH PHISTI-zu NI1YlJliOX1DE,, 'FAYLOR FLOYD NAYLOR "Remus" CLIWELAND Arbor Day L 1, t'., 3 fog 4 ' l ' hi nl l 'fffli wr., ,,,.,,,,.,4,,.,,.,,,.W...,..,.,...7.......,.......,...,W. .V , 1 I X 5 J , A . 1 A Going from Kinky Uirgan'z'zer1' . Plmfform Lccflzmz' lJam'17ng Boy IFUCII I ist . Eligiibles " SKINNY, , CA1v1PB14:LL 'S PERCY, ' HASWELL LQ x xi .-,M Nm Independent rder of Shlneables Kentucky Lodge No. 1911 Order of XY. C. 'l'. U. QWomon Can't Touch Us, 1,BJEC'l'Z To riwzl the cause Qf slqflifzgetlcs " Imsu' ' l'111s'l'1+:li " P U im' ' CASSIIJ1' "Muni" lioyn "Doc15' IJOXVNINU Moflvlioz " llizfc me lf1'l1crfy or gfifre me cleafh ' FLOXVERZ Forget-.7910-AZvvfzys EM1s1,1+:M: Rolling Pin "P1oUs" SIIULTZ . . ' 'klixpcllecl 101' PVOVIIIQ tl'2l,1t0l' to the cause. Snow Fight gw ,, ,.,,, - MM., ....,.,,A N ,. ..,,, , ........., ...M,-,,,...4.,.,....,..m.,.. ,A WW -.1 A - , -V,1Q..Q.. ,. 5 J 268 - f--- -V ..- - :axe-f' -. ' J S x Order of Bald Heads Skirt-Worshippers' Club OBJECT! To MOTl"PO : Every li A gecl W kite Pate Pate Polisher Tonic Agent C'l1:iej" Advertieev' lmst the hafir Must and promote the growth of hair Supreme Seeker of Soul-lWafes " llENN1l-1' ' COLl,lNf:s ' , . . . lllost E7llfIt'I'I,UI1ff .lane J ollfier . NYAl.Tlc1: II.-new file taken from what you we gof '11z11ke.v,e11mf11le1uIfIeInfle.v.v Gwmd Iligh 1m,.QenwNu dm. 1 ff DUNKH DIfNf.AN Ufrmul Ulzxewvw' of f7lI,17ITfI.S Hifes . . ICRNEST l3E1'liER FLOWER: Smeflmver Frantic Fussers EMBLEM: lieillv' frrl Ball , , . U LEE DAY W. Cf. bllUL'l'Z Nl, ., K GEORGE Scorlvr PAUL F1mNc:1s . E RFIACIIIGR Q Umor T A Q X IBILIQ LURTEY BRITE Ml41I'if?lI.-KN'I' . H13 . , LADE 1 N , .WV 42 B ff. G. DUNLAP "C,1l1+1lmY,' bno.-xx 'EHISKEES Amo .C , , ,- , f . , , U HWIWSONM BABE vVIII,SIxlnRS lifxum Ii. ,l,. M01NAKII.'XN II. A. BABE D 1,0111 NAYLOI: PERRY CASSUJY A. B. l'Ius'rEn f,'a11d1'1laIfe.v and A deoecltes of Peace Furious Faculty Fussers cc ,s 9 J 7 T v DICK H LRB .Mosf Unery lllenzber . . . . LL. D. NN .xl.L,xf'l-1 "POP" IUOUGLAS Second Most One:-1 Member . JOSH IIEES .I fl 'ef'-. Mechanical Department If 1 fvlf, 1 I L X 3 ..,... .eA.,., . ..,,.. . ,.... .V.... .... ,MW , C- , , M 269 ..hQ1Y,,'QI...2 --,., ..-.-...-, - , . ? l Aj' . f e ,, p egg-, V 1,-f N4 cfs- , - s -. 4:4 A Wm, , , A ,. , gy, gfgrk-get if A V 7 f W Y , W .i. mr... 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Armed Neutrality JUNIORS, SOPHOMORES AND PREPS Syrnpafhizers of the W ise Men ACT I.?SCENIC 1-Cln Gymnasiumj Reading of Proclamation. A VVISIC MAN-'iitXS this is the time. of spirit and enthusiasm, I would like for the young ladies to designate the most handsome Freshie on the floorf, LADIES-HBlll11d61' head! Blunder head!" Clilnnder head is forced on ihe rostum and a Red 0019 placed on his headj A VVISE MAN-'iifldllC following Proclamation has been enacted bv the Wise Men: 'In order that the former scenes of hair cutting and violence may be a thing of the past, Be it enacted in the Coun- cil of the VVise Men that the Freshmen appear within a fortnight with a Red Cap adorning their brows., " ACT II.-SCENE 1. Place-Council of VVise Men. Time-10 A. M. to 1 P. M. CEnter Ufise Men. One-hour Lecture! M1ssEs KINKEAD-"The next lecture will be on Hamletf, Iflltlilf l CjEnter Father Pedro and his Uourtiersl .l'xA!fHElt PEDRO-"Wise Men, I love you as I love only n1y own children and as I would rather be right than President I would rather have my right arm cut off and go through life maimed than to see any open disturbance come out of this. I admire your bravery, ,m,,,, . . . .... . .,. .. .,,,,, ,.,...,,....,. ,. ,. .V -r---Q-v ' ' ,. ., , .1 .... x", f and we think that there should be established here a custom of this sort. But we have agreed that if any hair is cut we will be compelled to expel you from school in a bodyf, CEnter Don John, amidst confusion. Hisses are heard! DON JOHN-"Who hissed me? Let the coward stand up. tHe stoodj ' KOAIJ-GCYOLI have been heralded all over the State, the United States, yes, and the whole world, as the murderer of our own beloved VVillie E." CIVIL-'SI wish to say them's my sentimentsf, DON JOHN-HI thought there was to be no hair cutting! But I see you have already started it. I thought you men were gentlemen.', FOOTBALL HDICKH-"Yes, but when an impudent Freshie an- nounces that he can lick me and ten others besides, somethingis going to be doingf, QDon John smiles rneehanieallgrj WISE HPOP'-"All other universities have this custom." DON JOIIN--HNQHHC one, just one. You' are always saying things you know nothing aboutf, Cljop names seeerahj I '6Why did you not go to them fthe Freshrnenj about what they wanted to wear? They have as much right here as you. A FRESHMAN-H Damn the motheris son who puts a cap on me., ' SCENE Q.-Meeting of Freshman Class. THE CHAIRMAN'uMCJUI'HfLll brethren, you k11ow too well Why the tears How from our long-dry lids. The VVise Men have decreed that we shall stoop to wear upon our heads a Red Dunce Cap. If there be any present that has anything to say, let him stand up and say it." A PUG1L1s'r Crisingj-"Miz Chairman, I k11ow not what others do say, d- little do I care, but as for me, that will never be put on my head except on my cold, dead body Caipplanseb. Follow me, F1'GShIT1611, and victory is ours Ceontinued aipplcmse and amidst the hubbnb cz motion is carried to wear knives and guns rather than eapsj. ', p::.:,TzTz':.',..,r - , .. ,,., --.....,.s,-, ...... ,E ...,., , . . .... .,.,, - , . .. ,, .. ,..M,,,M',,,,,,,,,.. ,.,...,,,.,.. ..-.,,. . . ,, , , ,GA 6 tik1ib.q,,,'..-,... .7 ,W , . .,u,,..,T.-,-..r,,,.., ......,,.. ..,.,,...,.,,,.,,,,.....-, ..,. ,-,.-.. .,.. . . , ,fm I .LW-W. ,,,,W,,,,,,,. U., ,, M-A-.----.Q...,.......4.......i .p A..L..f.f iff ' " 'f Hiffibf L 7 ' V' '.L.4...Qf.!3...I.L.: ' . -........,....,. ,,.. M..- ., .-... Ava----v-few M-M 274 J 1. 5. F F l .1 ik -N.. fTi'. . . , , . . ..Q..,.fli' " M... .. W- ...,.,...7r.,...... ,,........,...,...,.......,,.-... , -.....-....-1....u.... ................, --........-..,. ... ..., .... ..,.,. .-.... H Y, .......... ., . cj j. xx -N SCENE 3.--T311 Scene of Battle. CEj'0rts of the I nterloeutor to tell both sides the same thing, and settle the diffieultgtl - FATHER PEDRO-"Any man who would submit to the i11dig- nity of wearing those Red Caps is not the kind of a lllitll we want in the University of Kentucky." CHAIRMAN FROM FRESHMAN-"We wonit submitf' CEnter a W ise M an.j I WISE MAN'-SSWG can't force you to do tlllylllllllg. We want to establish this custo111. We do 11ot want to be roughg if so, we could l'l3,V6 cut your hair long ago, and we advise you in a gentle111anly way to adopt the custom of all the leading universities. CEmit.j THE PUGILIST Carisingj-"Miz ChaII'll'lZLH, I wish to say we are willing to wear a Cap of any color ex-cepting Redf, SCENE 4.-Wise Men in Session. .RESOLUTION BY THE WISE MEN :- "That we will carry out our design or leave school in a body." PRES. OF VV 1sE MI'lN'-SSI went to then1 in a gCHtlClIliLl1ly way ttlld laid our proposition before the111, and still they refused to wear the Red Capsf 3 DON JOHN-"lVIaybe you did, and 111aybe you didn't.', JUDGE-C110 waxed eloquent di.scfuss17ng the theories rj Govern- I7Zl3?'lf.D QI nd1'eations of indtgnfity among the lV1fse M en.D FATHER SENs1n1.E--"Let the VVise Men alone I believe they have enough good sense a11d St6I'll11g 111anhood to act right ttlld not go too far. I believe they are right, and the other Class is the one to go to., i il'lA'l'HER PEDRO-"I give you fifteen ininutes now i11 which to decide this matter, but I'Gl1l611llJ6l' these tears do 11ot indicate that I ani blutling, when I say that if any viole11ce is used you will leave school in a body. VVe can get 2tl0llg without the VVise Men this yearg Juniors Etlld Sophomores, too. for that ll12LT.'I.Gl'. NVe don't have to teach school for a living." CE:zr'it Father and lzwis I'07I.7'fIi07'S.D I ,.', ..,. ,..., lb, , . . , A 'I H J jj lag. -, ...M 1 ..., Z. .4 Q ..44.n..4 4.,...,...,- ,,.. M T-.."' ' N. I ' 275 W' X ti I N. 1 N-.1 'Ns 1 x 1 e . 1 .1 .fu 'I ,f ' " . .yfj PRES. OF WISE MPlN1'iWh3t have you to say in regard to this matter?, , CHORUS--"We will give no EIHSNVBI' until we l1ave had a joint meeting with the Sophs and Juniors.', Ute-enter Father and his conrtiers. The decision given and no agreement reached. M eeting adjourn: in a great state of l3I0?'f6'772,67lf.D ACT III.-SCENE 1. Place-Chapel Main Building. Clfnter Sophs and Juniorsj PRES. OF W1sE MEN-"As our i11tentio11 is not to cause trouble or be overbearing, tl1e Wise Men think it best to appoint a connnittee to confer with the dignified Freshmen. We appreciate the hearty co-operation of the two classes and hope there will be no occasion to call for your aidf, CC'omm1fttee appointed. An adjonrnment.D SCENE 2.-Place-Gyin. QUEEN ANNA-"Boys and girls, you must re111e1nber that you are new here. The Wise Men have been here for four years and suffered lI1OI'G in their Freshman year than you will by putting on the little cap. They will not spoil your looksg after you put tl'lClll on you will be glad for it. They do not aim to be rough. N ow let us have a heart-to-heart talk. The committee is here and we will just settle this question tonightf' THE PUGILIST-"This thing ll2LS gone far Ellllllgll. I have not slept or studied a11y for two weeks. I will put this cap on if the rest of you will. CApplanse.D I will 111ake a 111otion that we wear these caps., ' CMOf?i071. unantn1,ousty earrted.D L SCENIC 3.-Place-Main Building. SEATPED-Wise lVIen, Juniors a11d Sophs. Preps, Father Pedro and his conrtiers and visitors. Strange 111usic. Enter great host of Freshmen. each wearing a Red Cap. lVIusic and speechcsf Great rejoicing ZLIIIOIIQQ Father Pedro and l1is courtiers. Yells are given for the Wise Men and K. S. U. Curtain falls with song- "Blest be the tie that bindsf, l+'1N1s. iiiQTfVfefjft'fLr'fMm,W2Fjfg4iiM ',t, 'u" 'tt'1 I ' K iw 7 - ......-.4............-........,....................-. ,-..,.-.. ....... . .,., .................. - ,. ,ww -1? x I k, QL, T 'i Q if-w 2 lf? .if U lqi' A N 1 IM ll mll 'mil- "Bess andI" ' 1 I I. 76 X-N ' 'I , ,,,. ,,.r,,..,,,,,,.,..,Wr, L.... ,.,,.,,:.. ,,.-,.. ,T.,,..,..,. MW, y , ..,. .,...-..., 'yr Q' . . 1 5 is f ,.,,,-,.,.., .,-. ..- f ....................... ... I. Jimmy bought a little whistle, VVhich made him very proud, if 2. X ' I s , , J immy's Whistle VI XI. And nervous maidens, growing old, VVho hated all below, x And yet he was a worthy lad-e His whistling helped the school. For every time he pulled the string, VVould thrash their cats and scold their maids, And to live that he might aid mankmc It bellowed long and loud. VVhen Jimmy chanced to blow. VVas Jimmy's Golden Rule. II. V Il. Jimmy brought it to the school, And men, like Satan, born to knock Ku And blew it just at eight, On evervthing worth while, . .4 ' . . ' . c , 'A . t . . Despite the tuss. still Jmnny blew And every hour thereafter, lest Would curse their wives and chew their euds, ..q. ,, . . His clnmes the hvelong day, .I he students should be late. And call the wlnstle vile. , y .J HI I' or all the honest men grew wise, ' VIH- And let him have his way. The wlnstle, l1l2Ml0 of burnished brass., And, strange to say, one editor Gave forth a braying sound, Dcmeaned the whistling boy. Nvhich o'er the slumbering hills was heard And said his school and all he did XIII- lflor miles and miles around. Was but to folks annoy. Then when one hears lhose silvl'l'N 011111 Ixf IK They seem to softly tell . I . V J V ' ' ,I I V X I I ' I ' I . ' X ' It was a most pernicious thing, But that same selfish editor, 11"-"'s0T1fi ll'lWl,Um'lmH,i1 M hslnltw As all the folks did say, VVho's scarcely known to fame. 'L m Cmhm lu 'lb llc' ' It mocked the saintly deacoifs prayer. Vilas always jealous of the just, WVhen he did chance to pray. VVho bore an ,honored name. Xu'- V. X. 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A . .gl . 1 M M -I-M .QAH 'W , . -. -. .. .. -. -. .........-. .,.-.,g4.,gf The Football h ' Game ui. D. 20117 "Here is the rooters' section, Susie. We must get with the bunch illld help them ont. for you know we said at the rally last night that we were going to yell today. This game means so much." "Yes, Bess, there they go now-0. I am just so excited-N ell, the cheer leader, is calling for 'Shame on Centrille', let's join in. " "Shame on Centrille, Shame on Centrille--They can't play football, no they can't. They'1'e horrid, they're horrid. they're horrid!" "That yell makes them so mad. Let's sit here. Have you got a smoke? Yes. I will take a Piedmont. but I like Murads better, for the box is so much pret- tier. I'Iere's a light." "Look, Susie, right over there in the next section. Sarah Mott has brought that Lorey boy. You know Jack Lorey. He's a swell looker, isn't he? I'Ie's a nice fellow, too. I took him to tl1e Delta Mu dance last week and kept five dances for myself. They say he has money. There's a nice chance for some girl. l came near proposing to him myself that night. " " Ive must beat Cen- trille today. llihose girls would go wi 1 if ticy won. They won the ping pong and tic-tac-toe championship, and they think they are some athletes. And they play ringers, too. That Fannie Jabo that plays right guard for Centrille played summertiddledewinks three years ago, and I can prove it ! " " Don't von like the game better since they changed that rule about tackling? You know last year one had to tap the girl carrying the ball, on the right shoulder. aml say ' Will you please stop?' But it was found that this mussed up the runner's suit so that it had to be changed. and the Rules Committee met and decided that the runner would have to hold out her left arm when carrying the ball, and that lo be tackled she must be touched on the left wrist and be told to 'Please stop. ' ' "There come the Hagerman boys! Aren't they pretty? They do flirt though. all or llwm. They say that Mr. Lundy, the chaperone, Hirts worse than any of the boys." z8o "O, the game will start in a minute There goes the referee t.o put the ball in the center of the field. That stand they have for the ball is so neat. The centerpiece on the top is lnade of 1'eal lace. I think they might tie blue ribbon around the ball instead of red. even if it is out of courtesy to Centrille." "Captain Mary wins the choice, and she is lining our team up to receive the ball. Look, their captain is spinning the dial now to see how far they kick the ball. Fine! The pointer stopped on twenty yards, and it is our ball on the thirty- five yard line. It is time to yell now. VVhat is it she said? I-Iipity Hus? All right, let her go." "Hipity hus, Hipity hns, What on earth's the matter with us? Nothing at all, Nothing at all. IVe are the girls that play football!" "Look! Big Sally is to carry the ball. Did you see that Centrille player? That was horrid, and she ought to be put off the field. llidnit you see her? She reached over and pulled Ituby's hair while the referee was not looking. Of course, she ought to be penalized ten yards, that umpire knows her business, even if she does paint. " "Now, Big Sally, show them what you can do! Hurray. she gained fifteen yards before they could get to her wrist. What's that? Why, that referee don't know anything. She is a rotten referee. Big Sally stepped on one of their player's feet. Why didn't she get her foot out of the way? U, this is awful!" "Time out. Is it one of our girls? It is Anna Belle! VVonder what is the matter? She is calling for a powder puff. One of those rough Centrille girls brushed her arm against Ann's face. Those Centrille players are a mean bunch. " "0 my. isn't it grand! Mary gained twenty-five yards by that end play. That was good interference. Une of their girls is laid out lVhat is it? .Inst her hat. She will have to straighten it." "Horrors! Sally fumbled the hall and their left half got it. Time out? lVhat for? 0, the ribbon came off the ball. Let Mary put it on, she ties such a nice bow. Now, it is their ball on their forty-yard line. " "Joy! Big Sally broke through the line and touched the runner's wrist., behind the line. She will be captain next year. Five yards' loss. U my,stop her. stop her! Can't anybody stop her? Their right half has passed every one of our girls except Mary. Mary must get her or itrmeans a touchdown. Look how cool she is. She stops to feel her belt. Good Mary! Itisup to you. Can she do it? That girl is the fastest walker Centrille has. They are nearly together now. She tries to dodge. She is by Mary! No, she is not. I-Iow grand! lVasn't that a good play? Mary reached over and touched her wrist with one finger as she passed. " "Wie have got to hold them now. It looks like a score against us unless something happens. Wlhat is the referee blowing her whistle for? O goody! The first half is up!" "This game is too exciting for anything. It is the best of the season decidedly. If we win this game we will have a pettieoat parade tonight. lVe will go by and .. ....-..... .... ..,. .. A. " if 1 fix 1 I llX " u .l ' J L :Ii , see the Pat Hall boys, and then march up to I-Iagerman where the boys always come out. to hear us yell. Several other girls and I went serenading at Hagerman the other night. Some of the boys got up and came to the windows in their pa- jamas. but one of the girls struek a match. a.nd you ought to have seen them pull- ing down the hades." "Bobby Martel married last week. Yes. he married that Ford girl. I went to the wedding. and Bobby did look so sweet in his wedding suit. He carried orange blossoms, and had some of the flowers in his veil. He blushed so prettily when his sister gave him away. " "There's Tonnny Doris over there with Carrie Smith. He is flirting with every girl in sight. He is too fast. They say he smokes. sometimes. I don't like that in a boy. Trying t.o be smart. you know, and copy after what the girls do. Such boys as that ought to have a chaperone with them all the time. " "Yes, our team is having tea on the side lines. Some one told me that our coach puts peppermint in the tea to brace the players up. I do not approve of such things as that. It is not straight football. I believe in clean athletics. You can't expect much more from such a woman as the coach. She is too fat. and l, think she wears a wig. " "You ought to have seen what l did before the game. You remember when we passed behind the boy's section coming in? One of the boy's- - - ---ef ----A -W U my. the referee is blowing her whistle for the second half. " "They receive the ball this time. Captain Mary is spinning the pointer for a kick. I hope she does have some luck. Good. the pointer stopped on forty yards. That is fine for us. They make five yards through left tackle. That don't amount to much. Their full back goes through center for ten yards. This won't do! Hold them State! Time out. U gracious ! Big Sally's hair has come down and they will have to take her out of the game and put in a substitute. That will hurt our team. " "f7entrille gains twenty yards around right end. This is terrible! The idea! 0 that referee is a thief. She gives Centrille fifteen yards because Ruby slapped that left guard. I think Ruby was perfectly right. They make ten yards around left end. Hold them State! Hold them State! Hold them State! They are only fifteen yards from the goal line." "Let's get in on this yell. It's a good one." "Pull their hair. scratch their eyes. slap them on the jaw. Kill them all. eat 'em up. Raw. Raw, Raw. " "Goody! They are penalized five yards for getting the ball dirty. Ah. they ean't gain through our right tackle! Third down and fifteen yards to gain. They will never make it. We are going to hold them and get the ball. Play hard girls. Iiook at lVIary. she is playing better than she ever played in her life. She sees Sam Dorner in the grandstand. A girl plays a whole lot better when she knows the boy shelovesisin the grandstand watching every playshemakes. .lust look. that awful righthalfol' theirs has made first down through our center. I-Iold them State!' ' Yi.:-vlfvlii-:llvlf , ,M ,,.,,-. ...-.......-- .... .:.:::':-':r:. . ... ... f "The ball is on our five-yard line. Ive have got to hold them now. If they make a score our team would go up in ther air and lose sure. Our team is getting mad now. They are going to fight like State girls should fight. Second down. no gain. That's the way! Third down and they gained only a yard. Clan we hold them for downs? 0 girls you must do it! Think of the glory of Old State. I bet a Centrille girl ninety-eight cents to a dollar that we would win. llon'l let tl1e111 put it over. " "Mary is crying: she is so mad. Look! Mary breaks through the line. touches the runner on the wrist before she has time to move. She is so surprised that she drops the ball. Now. Mary. show Sam what you can do. Mary ,Ipicks up the ball with one sweep of her arm and is off for the opposite go al . There is no one in front of her. and she has a clear field. But look how far the goal posts are away. Can she do it? With theballun- der her right. arm. with the bow of ribbon on top so that she will not muss it. with her left arm straight in front of her. she is the very acme of girlishness. " "She is half way down the field now. and walking as she never did before. That big quarter on the other side is fast gaining on her. Twenty more yards and she will catch Mary. She is almost up with her now. She is reaching out to touch Mary's wrist. It is all up with us. But look! Mary has glanced over towards the grandstand and seen Sam. who smiles at her as if he knew she would make il. With a superhmnan effort Mary breaks away from her pursuer andby a mighty burst of speed places the ball between the goal posts. She has won the game. and Sam. " "0 glory! Ruby spins for goal and makes it. The game is ours! " "Wasn't it grand? l.et.'s go down to the Royal and get a big soda water, lor my nerves are all shattered. and I need a brat-er." f Aw ."7"l 4' I ' it ,, . I Y . - -, l 'i'7'1:i'.. . . gjlfuif-in MA'-VL. -AJ . N mm WM , ' T g. . af? . A A. . 1 .LGLIPL HJ5r,-,.:4.....',....:1.J.gs.u241.l 'iiflmyffibi' 281 K:-r4.sfL.J"i' . S A 'Y -Q-, I d YLY 5 ' I 1 Line-Up of the Game on Thanksgiving, 2011 Sflliff Centrille JESSIE PAGE . flER'l'RUDI'1 IJLISS SALLY PICKLE ANNA BELLE Sum, L. BIARHC PINOPONO NIARY WILL SIIINE4' R Rum' IJIDCRONV SIIEMAY LOVE IMY LOVERS . IWILL SEA . M ENNIIC KANT BLUFFM IC F. LULA MARTINE SAMMIE JONES JACKIE BLACK MAIIY STOCKING . JOE TAYLOR SUSIE NIAY COME . ANNE CALL ISAIIER CRAWLW CARRY NATION . SUNNY SIDE G. U. IHIUGGIEME ,"C:Iptni11 AMAN HATER, Umpire DUMMIE LIKEWISE, Referee Iva Line, Adda Line SIIOSA GOODTIME . ILOOKY 'l'uIswAY . NOMAN ICISME . Ive Mirightes, Immu Darling . Ludie Painter, Hoppie Quicker 282 .M ,,..,Ae,-,--' -f W' Emu. MII-If-.w.,.,...N--A. ww, ,......-.....N.,.....,...........--4... -Mm.-. , .V-,-,fm Mf.I-A-.m,,,,., W...-,,m...r......,,. V L ..-.,.... . Linemen 'l'i1I1ekeepeI' Field Judge . Coiffeux' Attendants Substitutes R QW, , N SE Nlg BHL4 V w ' u Q x 9-iv ,W Y N f K f g f, 5' 5,' N-ff ,gi ff w 3 7 VN l MDW if yx ,,f f,Z.2y,. U N C1 W a' ff I M I' J J f 1 ' w' X X i N , u J V M ' V Wu M + e f H 5 j1M' Qw f .,x li I 1 K . WM, ,.., m I Q3 l 2a t., 'f egg, W i ... , .. .,.. . ar- ...., - ........,..,...,.... -A x W - .....,.... - .. - .... t ' 1 1 3' .. ....-.... . ,.. , , I Our college days and college ways Soon are done forever, For student life speeds quickly on, And. like the hlaytime, soon are gone, The days we've spent together. Four years ago we came to know A student's hopes and fears, For times of labor oft in vain, Times for pleasure. times of pain, Have mingled through the years. Through breeze or gale with unfurled sail, Adown t.ime's silent stream, Though clouds obscuring veiled the sun, YYe held our onward mystic run Towards learning's distant gleam. Though fog bells rang and sirens sang Vpon the fatal shoal, Yet one by one our shallops sped Beyond the reefs of fear and dread, y In quest of life's true goal. '4- Reminiscence Joy forever, sorrow ever, Has not been our shareg For each, though wandering through the vales Of gentlest peace where joy prevails. hlust yet some burden bear. 'Tis like the gleaming and the streaming Of the pale moonlight, Nimbly dancing in its glee, For a moment then to Hee Wlithin the shades of night. As now asunder forth we wander From States mystic valesg XVhere,er we wander yet more tender XV ith passing years will we remember Her old and stately halls. It matters not if be our lot Of pleasure or of pain, Friendships firm and halcyon days And scenes agone will yet always Fond memories remain. And sometimes yea1'ni11g for returning Should we come again, In the springtime, when the flowers Are in bloom their perfumed bowers Wiill strengthen friendship7s chain. Should in autumn when the lonesome, XYit.hered leaves lie dead, NYC return, 'twill be a token Of golden dreams forever broken And ways that life has led. Should it be wl1e11 bush and tree i Are freighted deep with snow, That we return, the wintry day Will portend of locks grown grey And scenes of long ago. Then, Grand Old State, fair be your 1WVhile years unnumbered go, And may the future prosper you, And may your manly strength imbue, Nor yield to any foe. fi "J 111.1 "-N ,.,. , if -' an , ,ll ln1jE,L!i.,.. .F . ,. ..., ,- , , , N K A K ,EXW I ,i . ......,. .. . I A XZ! fate, V l y - v ' The Sighs of a Love-Sick Freshman 2 VII Sigh softly ye breezes of evening's glow. Sing softly your anthems as onward you go. Across the green woodlands, beneath a clear sky. Lest ever fair llflary should heed your wild ery. Ye brooklets tlhaft How over pebbles and slones, Lisp gently your soft-sounding. babbling tones. As down the green hills of great inajeslies' pride Like a streamlet of silver thou ever dost glide. May never the storm elouds their shadows eongeal, Then' terrors and gloonnngs on earth to reveal, Vvhere Marv love's Em Jress, Inav has 1 men to be, . nf 7 ' 1 But ever, instead, may sunshine she see. Ye wild, whistling ravens from your shadowy glen Ye bats and lone owls fro111 your dark, shady den, Come not to the realm where lwary may be. But keep your wild haunts in night's lonely tree. 9 For my Mary would weep to hear your lone call. And 116i0l' on such souls should your weird wailings fall: Ye nightingales fond. with your melodies sweet, U'er lVIary's fair chamber your ehantings repeat. WIIGII the moon in soft splendor has climbed in the sky And slumbe1"s sweet siren has closed her fair eye, Above her white pillow, where moonbeams may gleam, Sing softly that fairer may be her sweet dream. VVl1ile ll1C11l0l'iC'S range through the realm of this soul. And sunshine and shadow with the seasons may roll. Max' Mail' ', fair Nlarv, "the c ueen of mv dreams." lfmd pleasures as real as old of-ean s great streams. he ' ' 'X 1 X .x...,.. ..,..................... ...... .,.. ...m-....... .... A,.. ,.,. .. , , ,,,,,.,, , W W A l il X 4 - I , , 1 1 :LF W 1,...4.,,,, .,.. .... . .-. ,, ........ - . WI ' 3 NL. GLC, .' ' A War Cry You sons of dark and bloody ground From every place you may he found, Hasten you here to rally 'round The Blue and VVhite. Your Alma Mater' calls you here, Rally all you who l1ave no fear, Come, for the enemy is near- Prepare to fight! 3 Our fathers of the long ago Did bravely fight their red-skinned foe, And we, as they, must never know The cowardls shame. Kentuckys honor, sacred, dear, W, ,ii ' .wwqfj Is more to us assembled here ggffr-,q,'f Than life itself! Her sons revere 'ggi 7 . rf, Kentuckyis fame. grffwggf-Q. V , K- . 1 , mxfkxvk .,,,. i yi u. W N . 5-If H 4 , . L 1, X A xx -'T-ni ' l -ay., 2 The enemy is strong and bold, His banners to the breeze unfold, He comes to storm our lovid stronghold, On to the fight! Our warriors hasten to the fray, They clash! The fight is on! But, stay, The flag of those who won the day Is Blue and Wllitel If men can fight, then fight we will! If men must die, then die We will For you, Kentucky! Nail fast our colors to the mast! The White and Blue, the Blue and White! Its fame shall never die! Then hike, Kentucky! Strike, Kentucky! Surrender never! Win forever! Hail Kentucky! on V., ,, ,,.,,,J' , '..', 'tf'.,.ZLL fm., V A I I ft, wh , I . . ,,,t . ,. ll gf! 15lFfT1f'j'5f'if Q M A M j 'K --,,..,l.Q.....,l..,..l.,,.Q.....l.Q:-lil 5:i6,m+'gLJ.'1.!' !-Qpllg 4:51, 7 A., ,, M , ,A4 i gl A N 'NW 4 XTX- 1' X A N, Q A' 2 ff fuff lf ,f, Wl 'fl ,ff f ,WX fy 's' 'NN S kt! XA 'AQ X I l , -. I 2 ...,-,.,.. .-,.,,M, - .W M A,...,, W. Mm . -,NMMA 1 87 Y - 1, ,..,- ..-U.. ., 1, 1 ' ' ' 1 x ilx 4 ,. 1 N" X- 4: I XM. ,,!. iv U To the Sun I come far away from the land of Day. VV here no darkness can ever abide: My fiery steeds leap up the great vaulted steep In a flaming chariot I ride. I scatter the night with my shafts of light., And the shadows I drive awayg lNIy lances fly through the brightening sky, And I laugh as the bright colors play. The stars go to sleep in their azure deep. And the crescent sinks low in the Vilestl For nothing can shine in my presence divine- I am king till I sink to my rest. I change the mist that the river kissed To the tleecy cloud so high: I give to the snow a wonderful glow, IN'here it blankets the mountain peaks high. I cause the breeze that stirs the trees And wakes the sleeping land, I lay my beams on the winding streams And they gleam like a golden band. I start the song of the feathered throng And the insects' sweet refrain, IYhile every sound that echoes around Tells the world I am coming again! ,x,.. 288 I call the blooms from their darkenedhtombs, Deep in the frozen ground: So they come and play o'er the meadows gay. And the dells with their fragrance abound. The soft, tender grass I touch as I pass, And it leaps to meet, my Warm hand: The brook holds my face in its limpid embrace, As it glides o'er the white, shining sand. VVhat though dark clouds in their streaming shro Cast gloom over mountain and plain? nds. IVIy bright streamers pour through the rift in the flooi And paint. my bow in the rain. All through the long days my life-giving rays Un the waving grain fields I pour: As the summer grows old I turn them to gold. And rejoice in my bountiful store. But I must be gone, for my steeds bear me on-- All my pleadings to stay are in vain- For Night is at hand, and fast o'er the land I'Ie sweeps with his darkening train. Yet e'en though I go, the heavens will glow, Wvhen my face has passed from your sightg .I shall linger with you till the soft-falling dew Drops ,round you the curtain of Night. Cnas. E. Bmcvms. -. ,c ,w-.,..,,..,-w.,. .,,.. -....I.., ,,,,, ., .,.,, .-5f37ffi37iQ?5L,- ' Q. '... ..... .,,y. i. .,..Q.f.Q.f .-'n 5ffQ,gQ1ffSlil -----W-V-.. .............,,.cL-.,-.,g4..g...g.....,.,.4.T.-.,, ,,,, L, gi ff-. I :.,,L,gg,, up-.qgj 1 ,..1f.,-f. ?.f,,,.. . ,.. .W -W n . ., 9 C J xx- sex Kentucky famed for blue grass lands Yet much tobacco yields, To such extent that countries far Are furnished from her fields, But this I wist In f2ll119,S great hall there's none at all Like old Blue Ribbon Twist. A club there is of students formed, Wvho go to K. S. U., T hey're honest lads and study hard, And old Blue Ribbon chew, Their motto is, The thing to do is smoke or chew" Old Blue Ribbon Twist. 5 'J'-"'f::'f':f s gags A y. A he , 1 - cl , ,-...-.....,........ .A il! The Blue Ribbon Twist Club And this Blue Ribbon Twist Club's true To its every by-law's rule, By studying long and chewing hard Before they go to school, And this I wist They so will do because they chew The old Blue Ribbon Twist The members of this famous Club Are like the knights of old, They mind their business, pay thei They're chivalrous and bold. Then long exist This honest Club whose worthy dub ls the old Blue Ribbon Twist. A Kentucky Pioneer Upon a hillside's rugged brow Where lingering shadows thickly gloomed, In fading light I chanced upon A lonely, fallen tomb. The grave-grass quivered in the breeze That ever gently on did sweep, Sighing its soft requiem To charm death's solenm sleep. The moss-grown stone was crumbling slow To dust that-heedless time may claim, And many a weary autumn gale Had half elfaced his name. Rudely carved, his history Unknown, unsung, calls forth no tear, For thus its fading symbols read "A Kentucky pioneer." None other name, none other fame VVas chiseled on that lone gravestone, Perhaps time had erased the name Forever more unknown. ',..n.. V f' .K.Y,. .. . .- ,. -- Or was it that he slumbered where The kindly hands of strangers east His lonely bed. where, cold and still, He. friendless, breathed his last? What matters now? He calmly sleeps Where soft 0etober's sunshine streams Through swa.ying boughs and solemn shades. Unmoeked by fitful dreams. What hopes, ambitions. dreams of fame. Once stirred within that still pale brow: No one can tell, we only know Thatfall is silent now. What lifeblood ebbed from pining hearts For himlwho never more returned Cannot be told, his mournful fate Perhaps-none ever learned. Then, resting in that shadowed grave, Whom never sunrise wakes to fear, Wle honor give, because he was A Kentucky pioneer. . ,, . I, Q - ff - i f J ,.,.,.,.,-...g..,,.g...-..a.,..........-... ......,,.... ' f ZSQ r debts, .x yy W .,... .1 el X l l ! i l l i l i x 4 i 3 -124- v f x li !' 1 lxlml L ... ..- .----..,--.- .,., --...... -,.,- .. Senior Lecture on Hamlet By R. O. Perkins liefore I begin my lecture on Hamlet I always state that I-Iamlet is not a real live man, but that Hamlet owes his origin to the most vivid imagination that ever imagined-to the imagination of lVilliam Shakespeare. So often my classes have thought him a real character, but he is not, and. as I said once before, he is but an imaginary character. So please do not go out from State University think- ing and talking that Hamlet is living, and if I could only get you to understand this one fact that 'Hamlet is not a living character but the imaginary character ol' William Shakespeare I should think my work not in vain. In spite of the fact that Hamlet is not a living character, but a creature of that most vivid and realistic writer, YVillian1 Shakespeare, who was the first experience of truth. many people like to read "Hamlet," but it is a pity that so many do not know that he is not a living character. but the creation of ShakespearefI refuse to speak further so long as the dog is in the room. As I have, I think, made it clear to you that Ilamlet, is not a living character I will next consider with you some of his cllaracteristics. 'llamlet is a looking-glass in which we see ourselves reflected, and most people think Ilamlet insane. l do not think Ilamlet insane, for if he were insane he could not act so sane. If Hamlet was insane he wollld not have given utterance to his "tobe or not to be" soliloquy, for this is beyond the unity and concentration of an insane person. Iflamlet was not insane. and it is proven when he says "The time is out of joint. Uh. cursed spite that I was born to set it right." Now. do not misunderstand the meaning of the word "born" as here used. lt has not the usual meaning of coming into life, but it means here the forming of the idea. ol' Ham- let in Shakespeare's mind. So many people mistake this passage to mean that Ilamlet is a living character, but he is not. I'Ie lives and has his being only in Shakespeare's mind. ln conclusion, I will again state that Hamlet is not insane and that he is not a living character but an imaginary one. Hamlet is the most universally read ol' Shakcspeare's tragedies, because it is the most lunnan. Philosoph of Prof. Noe as a Substitute to Prof. Mackenzie " ln the elucidation of the innumerable contingencies that involve the nebula minutiae and coalesce into a single constituent known as the mundane propensity x to propound the theories which form the true practical basis of every individual existence. Possibly the anatomists of ancient times were nearer the true theory of the universe than any other philosophers who have ever lived. There were two schools that resembled in their doctrine the modern interpretation of the universe. These differed slightly from each other, each possibly slightly from the modern philosophy. This dif'l'erence may be stated as follows in philosophical language. Instead of assuming as Empedicles did an aggregate of qualitatively determined and distinct particles of matter as the primitive source of all phenomenal specific quality from a primeval infinitude of original constituents which, though alike in quality were unlike in quantity. etc., etc." an is Mortal WYcll. what is man? Klan is mortal lfpon that we will all agree: Hut, confusion seizes on us Clunlnng lus genealogical tree. One must. be patient as he begins. If he wishes to overthrow the spellg As he beneath the mighty lens Begins to examine the single cell. If he should become i1n matient, . l . As, indeed, he very readily can Let him pause and think a moment IIere he finds the first of man il.et his care be more than doubleg lint let hun tlnnk as on he gt For he will surely get in trouble, v Q res, When he examines t.he embryoes. IIe falters. pauses, lest he err. And his brain is all agog. Verily now the philosopher All his doubts that now are left. Slowly but surely vanishes. For in man he finds the gull cleft. Belonging to the lowly fishes. Surely now he is insane, Or his judgment is erratic: For to him it is very plain The babe's motions are agnatic. The truth CPD at last he scents, ' And he laughs at other donkeys, The babe's grasping movements Are the same as the monkey's. tYell, what is man? Man is mortal Iipon that we will all agree, But eontuslon seizes on us all the bright and talented are called upon from the Elysium of ethereal purity Cannot be told from a frog. Climbing his genealogical tree. fi fi" -'i'-'ilflffi!:., i Q 41, M' It N .6 if pbb, z F... l f . ' -I i ,y .,.., ftp? Htifiibvr' Q I W.. - . . .- -V -.V .... ---...., ..,. -.....-, . 4 2 'I'-1 H J 290 ..-N r A N xg 1' . I if . . . . X l" ' 4 4 I :L H Dramaticj Club " The Strollers " Officers lJ'7'US'id6'II.If . . . PAUL Cociclc S6C7'UtfI7'Qj . . M1ss ANN11+1 D1+:AN T7'0l!S'Il.7'07' .... T. C. InI1a1mlcN Ig.lT007I.f'li?70 Cozmmtzfee Cllmfirnuzn. .... 'PAUL CoeK1+1 Stage M amzgef' . . E. L. 131901114111 liuswwss M anager J. B. SoUND1cas PAUL FRANCIS '1'Y1,1+1R VV A'rTs R. H. IJAIQKIGR J. I. MIIJIJIGIQ .fIdzvertis1f1f1.g Mf1?'l.flgU7' . M usic Direcfm' . . I'rope1'ty M an . M ester Qf lVarclrobe . . Cast. of Characters in ic13'l'0?127I.. of IIf11'2'f19'd.' ' Tom Brown . . Mn. E. L. BEcK1cu i Undw'.v1f'11.dy Gerald Thorne, Stroke oar for Varsity Eight T. Sco'rfr-T. EA RI, Wilford Kenyon, who is not h1s own master PAUL COCKID- A. B. HAsw1c1,1, Clayten Nladden W. H. VFHEISING-B. H. Col11,1Nos F. T. M1L1cs-J. 0. Lnwis Mu. GUDE-B. M. SMARR Roi' Pon'rE1a John Cortwright. . " Tubby' , Anderson " Happy, 3 Thurston . lValter Barnard . T. C. IAIEDDICN "College Girlsw AIISSES lN'leC111+:sN1-JY. Bnowx, .Xo1,AN, IJEAN 25 7 HAINI-ZS, IIAYDIQN, NIAY Ellis, Manager Varsity Crew . . . li. Eos'r1+:1c Captain Hodges . . QMcmbers J. nl' P. Uos'r111r1z1cN George Seleoyn . . of . . ll. D. l,AL1VI0liI'I B. H. Co1,1.1Nus . J. 0. Lrzwls II. IJEBOXV E. II. SMVPII James Van Rensselaer tVarsity Crewj Arthur Blake .... Austin Latchan . Old Clothes Man Door Keeper . . VV. C. Caoss l 'nflzfrsl ufly Mrs. Kenyon . . Mmm l'lLIO'l"'-BIISS Il. Nol.AN Evelyn Kenyon . M1ss E1.o1s1: GINN-'BIISS RIARY BROWN Marian Thorne Miss CLARA lXIA'r'r11cMY1o1,A E1sl,141N Edith Sinclair . . Miss Anlcla C. VV1111.1AMs-ANN11-1 D1-:AN Owing 'lio the dramatic success of "liichlieu" in 1910. though financially it was embarassed after the last performance. the more energetic and talented students wished to organize an entirely new organization. After having had experience in producing an historical play, where the costumes and scenery were so expensive, "The Strollersw decided to produce a. play that portrays the present college-day life, llllll hence decided upon "Brown of Harvardf' As Kentucky has in the past produced great men and women in every vocation in life, we are confident from the success of " Brown of Harvardu that Kentucky will in the future have such talented actors and actresses as John Drew, Maude Adams. Eddie Foy, Wlarren Pierce . . . D. IJART Francis VVilson, Chauncey Olcott, Mrs. Fiske, Eritzie Scheff and Thompson Cayne . . . E. T. BLAKER Leslie Carter. "Bud,, Hall, Varsity Coach . . F. MA1tX We are all glad to see the day coming when football is not the Victor Colton, who wants the English Crew to defeat his only college activity worth while, but such activities as dramatics, Alma Mater . . . P. FRANCIS-II. NU'r'r1Qlc mandolin. glee and literary clubs have their due time and place in Codrington, Manager of English Crew A. B. PHISTER college life. Dramatic art is as much a fine art as music, painting "College Boys" R.J.W11,soN, T. Gowlm, C11As. SPINKS, E. F. or sculpture. Here's to the success of every Dramatic Club at SCHIMPLER, H. E. MELTON, 0. E. BAIRD "Old State." "W "f' fi - QS' jf 'QQQ,.f.Q.'...,..-.... .1 . ,..-.,-,,.,- .... - we Q. ..-rgfl ., fig! .1 xml-..v3,, .,..,- 291 x.--x,' ..f' ...,,m,,....,,.-.... ...., ...v...........-..-....Y,,! f. . 1 1 I .yu ,,.. yy ,.......,, . fi"wl'.'1T"'fU"Lf' ':'rsQgMl7'1E' .151 M, 5 ff' F., :,.-, ' 1 X y my yy., yy yy ymyywyy-yyywy yyy -, yy' yyyf. if .i..i.'s,.,..,1:'i,,:gf,L...3f'.f. '1' lj,A,N......,.,.........,..................,...,.,.....-y.........,,.,,..s,..,,.T....,.........c...,...,,.,.........7.......,.-.. .W M.. ,.- ., ,y....y .vs ,Q f3...1i.. f"'fT'ff 1 ' 1 1 -1 5151441 11 ' .ii :aaa p - xi.. 41-1 T' 1 - 1 . 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Professors Object: The object of this experiment is to determine the efficiency of these well known mechanisms at the loads most usually carried. but NOTywhen running full. y U d D' ' lmt'rn. mind r riders wa escalers rcd tape truth sketches venture me Apparatus se : togenes x c e. g : ' . . - -. . .. - ters, faking papers, faculty rules, card indices. other dice. midnight oil, higher standards, meter sticks, B. T. U. zrabhers. three-phase ohms and a microphone. Sample Calculation : Efficiency is equal to the ratio of amount of work that has been performed to that which should have heen performed X 1000. Take Josh's efficiency for an illustration' P.. O. P, lm 25. r 153 2. 153 i 2 P5 O -A H -- ---- ----- -- 0 Q50 0 Josh's efficiency. mPn+m 25 + 25 and Dope's efficienc y- -3X .losh's efficiency 3 X 0 0. DATA AND RESULTS oi-' COMPARATIVE EFFICIENCY TEST or K. s. U. PROFS.-RUN BY SENIOR ENGINEERS A . 1 fr Qiiiii. if .ii-7. .ii r .1 , wwf . if iff.. . ,M E., . T r'TQfTmA-'ff' , , Iii-'rlfilllfl' . 11 hal lu' V1 hat yis lu. Vihat. hc y Baxoiitc. ffliaiacter Degices Vioiks Iufl. A. CONCLUSION:-In the Couslderatlon needs most worth ought to be shunt xstics f tl lt f tl . . L . ..E. 17.-E. yMW.y-.- ,... -- ,E I. .. ..--. .. EEE. EH. .,. . y -. y. ,y- .. , - ,. . ., l. Josh Shorter 2FvXper doz. An iutegrali Coaching Perfect Lady 30 Some 0 0 M? 16311 5 0 U5 9Xl7U1111fyny W9 1112 lqurs Sign surprised at the very low efficiency of ----- -e eeee . ,, 1-1 ---- ------ - -- -- -- . . I .. . . Q. She-Pat More dogs Ask hun More dig- ibhaslngpreps 'Ahem 00 I Hell! No! 13.7 J05h -11111 ,Df1I1?- V1 6 Cf111011y1y dffcount I nified ' for that of the former by considering the 3. Monkey A wife 1141.98 per Athletic- 1 Playing hell Old fossil lst, 21111.31-cl Yes 998347569 unknown quantity ot love which enters yyyyy 'y y y yy 0011011 yyyy yy yy yyyy y y into the equation of hls 0fflC16l1Cy as -l-. "Sandy" Assistants His board An authori Jollying liluffer and Ask him Not much 73.4 21 factory VVQ would pespectfully Sug- i - . . . . y yy y y y 1 - y ..,... y .. ..119QEUE11"YY.. ..-yu y --. ..... 7. W .-.-- gest that this quantity be ehnunated .. Speedy A wig yiyllixreny Squad boss! tF1g.EgCl?l1 Iuasyiland C.. lu. Never 5 93.1 by the Substitution of 1955 fl-equent e A --in is - - - - l' "'l'l t is t V Op iff P l't' ' iil1'iiciiH'Tlf'ilY if 'lllqiifii IPI' t i" 'Mill tifiii Liao 1 trips to Pm-IS' Concerning the em- , - , - 1 e 1 fi-ea . ..o 1 1 c 1 1 i in 1' 1 e - an ess en 1 1 1 -1 , - . '- ' 'U . 0'uw".f 0 ri L 1 'H . - L yo UH 'M ciency oi Dope we have possibly made mose 4-all hun i universe 1 . . . - . Ductm. 1 an error in our readings, OVVIIIQ to the 7fiiai..ESf'- 1 iiv'i'iI,3s 'ZSAEIEHH' s. s. supci .tilisiii-Matti' T11 11156411 nfs. s5.heii..T5Qi 100 1115111 116131 111 31111011 111f1011Se1'v11tii111S 1 ,.' ig" were ma e ant we wou c S1l0'U'6St tiat 1 , , , - -- -4. q,u,n, ---AM - 1 . . . 1""' . 8. "Little Elongation lnfinites- Engineer Being Dean Politician Cl1.S.j Everybody 115 1.110 l'6SL11f 176 VCl'lf16d Cillflllg the first. ylfaiil"yyyyynyyyy y llnalyyy iyyy yy yyyyy y yy y snowstorm in January. 9. "Pete" A stimu- Unknown A snail i Teacliing Slow and easy B. S., M. S. Yes 99 Observations upfm Bull Ngck Wei-9 y 19911 y. .- , .7. .y...-..- -. Y. . . .. ...., made Wltil an 0I'dlI12L1'y gas meter, 10- "19f1I1e'l-.- FU1"'i'S1""111f?"'9i1t F1901 1111119111111 '..RiFQTl1f.11C1L y H1116 I.- 220 1f,1,-...1..m-.Y9i-... 0 hence he shows a high efficiency, due ll. "Dfw" Stronger 10c. per Ox-driver iiflitlilflg Cofnmon gar- Absolute 0 No 22.4 to the constant pressure which he . . .. . . ., . , , . i '17 Olin New 1 M il iigfiiiev Vx M ' 1iTi:"si.' 1- 5' -?TTi- mfuntmns' We Wwld 8111151681 that 1" '- 1'1" - fa ez-1.'.f ". 1. . 't -z 1-. ylyntyylor .neigy 0 muci Jciiflnii r 17111113 un s opuau y .1 e e L Sheypat and J. Nlorton lie Canned to L . - 1 1 7 I V y- . , . - e 4-We seed- - -- -eff E A . E ee l- ' ent f r her vol '. . - 13. "Bull iAlargervo- Very llttle. Phono- Talking Likes to splel B. S. His tongue 93.14 P161 . u t . . 21114311011 of then, Neck., . mlmhry . gmph relative low 6ff'lC16YlCylI1 the form of " 1 K 1 . 7 ' K W 4 T ' W 4' "ii' W" " 'i2A-YAW'Ai Y A 77777 , -T 'J W I J . I I ' 5 5 v 14-. "Zinnnie" More blud He told us,.Punk artist Calculating "A stem- Ph. D. His bluff 57.36 gdb 11114 hqt M11 and that DOQ be kept 1 but one A time to Winder" 1 111 a steel Jacket to prevent his explo- . spaceis 13001 exam sions from further jarring down the 1 1111111111110 1 . efficiency of the Profs. i ,set it down, yyy yiy yy y 'VV-'73' .. .,,..,.....,.....-......., .... ... ,..,. ..,- ...., W ...., .M ,.,,-,,,.,-.-.,, ,..,,, :5yyf'2TfQTf"""'7 fi , yy ...A Wi 'i". WWiWTw.fw'if i.....-.-...f ........., ...f.. ..., WT' '!:35?I.fQL3l LQ?.fi.15i2s.-.. ,. . , Q, . 1 y .,,,. .,,. , .,,?,,,... ....,............. y.,.. ..,.....f...y,5. .... . ...,.TT:. ..., M .... .Ts..,.y. . .y.yy.,,.mR M :.,..,,...T.,T:.c,y,:yy n,:..,,.1...y....7...,.-.?.,y yyy-y....,M:.Lm,Q , Q yyffyzyyywzlyy y:yvyyyyy::y,:WTm,,yM:,7 if My1.i.:..L.iz,..l"f...Q..l..'...fi - -. E. .. 1 1. f. ... - 1 F7311 .. .1 1 .1 -1 f?"'-L17w...o..gsyy.:Q- iw.1.f.TE,.1"1Ei1f.1i.f1 - 11 1 A-115. 292 ff 4,,,..,..x 1 1 of '- 3 4 ' f fig W 4 Wgfx F ,w ' jam! Q- fs. "4 S 1 gi-gk f. 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September Football practice begins. Freshmen, fizzouts and extra-verdant preps blow in. "Shorty" Barrows chaperones a bunch of new ones to Sun- day! School. "Dope" is "at home" to a few special friends. Electricity is served in courses. Ztllil all those who were present report "a hell of a time." Penney begins his long-distant courting with field-glasses. Hslll'-Pillai. and "iNlonkey" make preps out of many would-be Freslnnen. Class work begins. hir. Freely appears in Bridge Design. , . U ,,.,,,.,,,,. , ,. .......... .. X- - V l 9 10 11 12 13 14- 15 16 17 18 19 20 Q1 22 '23 Q4- 25 Q6 29 30 J ' NI' ' 99 I d Rupert Odelstein lerkins arrives. vlII1IIll6 gets gay an leads yells in Chapel. Uh, Horrors! That things like this should be! All attend the I-Iipp. Campus green with Freshmen. Seniors' first Sunday in Heaven. Idea out. Has anybody here seen Kelly? Football practice in full sway. Bill Ed Hudson seen on campus. "Kinky,s', first lecture, 0 Hell! Junior Class Election. Battalion officers announced. , Colored fair in town. "Cherry" skips school. Professor Rowe declares a holiday in honor of Miss Rowe. Y. M. C. A. Reception. Football rally in Chapel. Freshman Class Election. Senior Civils form union and strike on Kerr. Everybody goes to church. Water fight in Heaven. Senior Class Election. Miles not nominated. Juniors elect Assistant Editor of Annual. F reshies and Sophs try to hold class meetings at the same time and same place. lerkins sharks in Hydraulics. J Football rally in gymnasium. Sample of FFGSHIIICIIFS caps is shown. Seniors ascend into the attic. Ohio loses to State. 0 to 10. Seniors descend from the attic into the lowly mangers of the F reshies, who sojourn for a season in the lobbies of the various hotels. Uhio team spends its second night in Heaven. Wlio drowned the Monk? R. U. returns from the State fair and again sharks in Hydraulics. Aunt Lucy on the warpath. Y. M. C. A. Reception. Tau Beta Pi novices announced in Chapel. Miss Bright-Eyes goes autoing with Josh. ""5' . '.f.I.?flfA,.. T. . , ' i - ' "ii"iii7' vvv- 3 ' 1, 1 7,3 .:i.. i 5 c , .A x. , .. . A .A my . ...... .. . , t. , al .... ..... . ... ...H ,... H1 ,ig A I i,,:,.?,.l J. ,rl L 4. ,. cm- Q. ,,.. ' .. ' ,,,,...........-.. ..... ,..,.........,...4....4. ............ -..........., .... .....,. ,. ,,,,,,,,m- -,A T .. . n,,5iL,.x..f.ku!. Malin W M M W www-4 2 fy.. .4--w W.,- . I 1 . 1 A ".r.'-- . Wg, .X . lf' ,f.,fi e .fflfj Y - ,A V 1 v '-ill' v - .f x, -,V-fy,.,,-w, .3359 ., ,,,,. ,. . . . ,...,a....,,..,,. ...nf g .. ...ff-4... N ,,...,..., ww. , -,.,.r-- ....-..,, .C X, 'ng an , . . 3 5.1 .,,-I z Q 1, 4.5 R255 ii ,Q -sux 1:---ll xy- .. any Lg JS gg. .1 Q15 Fa lf , ' I fr- --' " J fi.. "7 ' 3 1. Y, 5 . .Q "4 M N N--1-Y W - ' 'z ' . I , . 1, .. . .. xg.. , ' x. V l F V "TYR A ' , ,X 5..X,,,, an ' C . ':"" "" Wit N ' - E L . .. 51 s--' , , . - ' 'MT ' lisa-2,,.if..f?1.:.r.'Q'5...'.SJ.:.-'2z.r.,gr,... .J...Q?.. . ' ....44.-.,..-.i-.-:...,'.. ..4..g......-- ... .- lj .. ne.. Q--- .ne . 1 , , , , I J i fi. ii: ,I 44 Z -5 K. S. U. Gas Co. President . . OSCAR HANANIASH IRWIN Natural Gas Agent . W. "JY, LURTEY E1?'erve.9cent Blower . L. E. SMITH 1 Artificial Gas Agent . WALTER HARN lui Ineombnstible Agency . . . BRITE MERCHANT ? Board of Directors . L. K. FRANKE1. "HossH TERREIJI. A. C. ZEMBROD i ' Junior Stockholders GItAl' IQOCHESTER " J ACK, i VVADSWORTH csNOISY,, SCOTT IJUGH Kfllrlri' Numerous others hold small shares. I From the present outlook of the Junior stockholders the Com- 'Q, pany looks forward to a prosperous year in 19122. The retiring offi- T cers wish to recommend that the present board of directors be retained. for the next year. 2 H q,:,L'I, K Aww MMWWWDQW--.n.....v..mm H 4, M V, ,,,, ...,,... W., M., ,.... ...... 1... b ,, ..,... ,.,.......,....., ........, T.. r.T.....,-...,, . , V in A l, 1 'Lf' ,.,.. -'L."?..' -.. ,' ."' 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No member of the opposite sex may ever hope to be aroused in the wee small hours of the morn who has not a speaking acquaint- ance with at least one member of the organization and who will not. with her right hand on King James' translation and forfeiting l all hope of future salvation if she fails. atlirm that she will come Q clean with the eats. l i ll. No person who shows a disposition to throw dynamite ' or sie dogs on the members of the organization shall ever be revisited. l III. Anyone showing an inclination to flirt with a member shall be punished with a serenade the next night. CA song, if the of- fense is flagrant enough to warrant it.D lV. lie it understood we drink any drink. eat any "eats," read any notes and are expert kiss-snatchers. and we carry our own private ehaperones. Office hours 8 P. Nl. to -L A. ht. Lord Gmml IITHII Grabber +1 X. ity' ' ,-f-1-' ,. ,, ,J f 'itx,f"" 1 l Q 3 -lf 5 ti 7 8 9 l 0 l l lQ l3 lel- l5 l6 l7 18 l9 Q0 Ql QQ Q3 Q-L Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 Q9 30 October State IQ, lVIaryville 5. Dramatic Club reorganized. Athletic Association elects assistant from Junior Class. Red Cap enthusiasm running high. Freshies lose to Sophs by a score of Q4 to 0. Literary column of Idea starts. Shultz-Blevins poetry contest. Football rally. lVIuch enthusiastic figuring of "Dope" North Carolina 0. State 10. Night-shirt parade. Campus Club organizes. Perkins goes walking with Nliss Bright-Eyes. Ben fails to see Bess today. "DunkU takes a walkg so does Miss Sprague. lVtuch disorder in " Kinky's' 'lecture room. Some class to the dog. Senior Civils attend Law Class. lVluch Red Cap excitement.. Glee Club selected. State 4-Q, WVesleyan U. State rooters take WVinchester. Fire in Chemistry building. "Doc" Nfaxon is hero. lllany State fellows see Central lick Sewanee. Brooks Society meets and Tmnstzft starts. R. 0. Perkins returns from a visit to his parents. Wlho hissed MIC? Much football excitement. Sweetland speaks in Chapel. Subscription for training table started. State 38, Georgetown 0. All go to Sunday School. Cherry collects for his paper. Seniors raise hell in heaven. H. C. Law Society organizes. "lVIony" sharks in Law. Lawyers learn to throw water. Big mass meeting in Chapel. Much enthusiasm.. State 10, Tulane 3. VVhite reception. Everybody has a great tilne. 7 Y Lf . tial X 296 X lx 'x -W vm -- ,- Ah- ..., , W, L, ..A X ., X. '..x i . , ,. e , -. ............,,. l ....,,.......... ...N ....... M . . ff- K1 - V V V 1, V -ff. - if V V, X 1 , 1. , ff' "'M"'a"Tf"'f"" """" ,L.h ,, ., .H 3, W .L I . . , . W., , . , . . , , . . , ',g l '....,.'..l4,..i.g.4..L..,....,,,..,.,i.. ...E ,... .. Lg 4....g4i-....:..-g I f I ' ' f f I A I ' t ' V X. . V I 2 V . V - V ' V 1 V 1, V ' . Q , . Mp IQ g K A 5 . ' f MR . .- I QQ! f-Q. 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FOTSCH, Prop. l .Z c c s to t o t t ---1 .i c Our line of Adler Rochester clothes for , men and young men has no equal and G S S I 107 South Limestone Street, especiillly suited to the hcoliege man. , , , , Opposite the Phoenix Hotel. urs is t e young man's s op. Every- PI'eSCI'IPt10H 901311555 1-'irsvelass work Guaranteed. thing new and nifty you will find here. cor. Mill and short sts. LEXINGTOM KY. LEXINGTON, KY- Give us 21 Call- Lexingtods You Pay Less at h C H ED GE 250 W Main Biggest Store J. D. Purcell Co. 0 0 5 ' Always tlgie newesgl arid Hclost Incorporated h seasona e weara es or en i . and Boys. 5 Lexzngtorfs l G, a H CCATS AND SKIRTS- ive us ca . The store That i Largest Store -Q o ummm Treats You Right . i h . . . D G d N t Evifythmg med In PM Yadiffi .Sud Misses' CAMPBELL' 3033522 523525 gures Cloaks Waists Kaufman 1 HAGERMAN ' Carpets Rugs B. C. Hagerman, Pres. CO' C'f0Cke1'Y Lexington, Kentucky 299 ' N4 ,AYA 'mmm ,.,,,,,,, ,,,,., ...-....,,..,.-.....- .... -..,.,.- --...- .... ,,.,r,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,...., ,.,. ,,...... Y.... ....--A . Y U ...Y V . . N M--4---Q--------A-V """", . . .-U-M --1--'---ff-:-.--..-....,. -.....----W..,,.,f1 f"i1.L,,., . ' .... ,.,. -, , .g i.1Y:, A, V41 B!!! I 4 A g V I . l ., , pV,..,.,.,,,,,,,.,.,,.-.,,,,..,,.,,..,.,..T....,....,T...,,. HE I V wi , ,,.,T,..,.,,7-.,. ,,....-.,. -, M I i IV r if, I November Everybody figures out"Dope" to suit himself. The month 14 Much talk of Central game. 4 nf great linings 15 at nnnd- HVV9 lnnst W1Hf1'0111 Tennessee-i I5 VVhite is thought to be ineligible, but is not removed. Big rally. lVIucl1 enthusiasm for the team. Freshmen waking 16 Annual gets C0-ed PiCl3nI'eS- Vvnnid Wtnnllgnf lt- up and catching on. Class spirit for the time being is merged 17 Much disgust expressed with regard to VVhite. lntn Hcnllfft-in SPn'nf- 18 "Monk'i runs around like a beheaded chicken. doing nothing. Wild Cats leave for Tennessee with the cheers of enthusiastic 19 Sociology Class temporarily ndjnlnns te the Asylnln- rooters ringing in their ears. Sweetland misses train. Fresh- 920 Dope fiends are puzzled. The more they figure. the more they men haul the team to the car. Hoboes Hobo. are puzzled. Perkins buys a pair of pink socks for the game. Hoboes return from Somerset. etc. Some make their way on 21 Duncan 'S called 2101126 and We fire left Wltrhout il yell Maile"- in to Knoxville, Q2 Everybody and his friend come in to see the game. Many old Tennessee defeated by State in a great game. Returns of the game in detail heard in State Chapel by 300 rooters. St. Louis next. Uh! you Wild Cats! Everything gives way to athletics. There's football in the air. Training table in commission. Students fork over their cash to pay for same. The boys are all right there with the goods when it comes to support. Perkins fizzes i11 lVlath. He's becoming quite a sport of late. Armadilla makes a hit. The team goes to "Saint Louieu! Hooray! Hooray! No hoboes on this trip. Tag Dance for benefit of Annual resulted in the Animal being much benefited. St. Louis game. State loses. Nfath Society meets. Sophs lick Frankfort High. Co-ed dance. Wiild Cats come back and are enthusiastically received by 23 '24 Q5 26 Q7 Q8 29 30 State men back. The rally what am a rally is held on Stoll Field. Fairview fizzes. A monster parade planned for tomorrow. Feeling' runs high. Central brings over her food from Danville. Seniors pull off a freak parade. Town is given over to colle- gians. VVild Cats lose to Eank's men in a fearful battle. Defeated but not disgraced: our record is clean: our men are y our own bona fide college men, ali d our Wild Cats are as dear to us in the gloom of defeat as in the luster of a bril- liant victory. Nobody is dlsheartened by our loss. Vollege spirit is deeper and truer than ever before. Stoll Field deserted until track and baseball. Basketball en- gages the attention of the Normal student. Perkins pawns his pink socks. The old question of the eligibility of VVhite is still agitated. Duncan walks with Sprague again. "Kinky" lectures. She gets very sentimental and very ora- lnlndreds of rooters. Pictures of Co-eds made. 'f0l'iC2Ll- W- -- - We fi'-4rr M W , H V 'iii Tbf' -.warm--' 1,3 .,a...,s. .,,,. ,...s..,-,..,ss ...i.. s.,.-.. ,g.,,, W W ..ieQ... ..L:t1fEl ffiaffy M 3oo L X. ...............-4..,--,,,, . , it .I IN. R l ' 4 Xil 'N ,ff-' ' - f J! 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" SMART CLOTHING " "SMART SHIRTS " "SMART HATS" "SMART SHOES" "Remember We, re a Young Fellow' s Shop" I X i 2 5 Y v AFTER COLLEGE ln the days to come, when you are an alumnus, it will be a pleasure to look over your bound volumes of THE IDEA It will bring back memories of the little incidents that happened when you were an undergraduate. It will tell you of the football games, of the class scraps, and many other things which are dear to you. ,, q A P ' f , 51.00 GRAVES, cox 8r LOMPANY T 0' one year LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY The Official Student Weekly I ..., I4.'Y , . ,, . ..... M ,,,, -,., ,....,W....--,,.,,,, ,,,. ' ,J 4 H.. ff 1:-.11-.zzozrxa-A'-r--v--ff H ' gy-"'ff'rr"" "?"""""'m""Il'fHxfijT"'i1ti'-1 ifX"""""'T""ff'A' """"""c-' ... .... ..............,... ... ... ... h... .-.. 1 V xi mix -Is', If Lk lr i vixi A' l If ...Z 5 .. December New "K, ' 1nen announced. 18. Oh! how I wish it were next Sunday and I had passed all my- Dr. Tuthill chaperones a party to a dance at the asylum. Oh, H0113 WINIVS the USC Of fl1'e2UT11U2f dreams Of TOSY hue- Oh! no! They got in all right. Rumors of "Dicks, approaching marriage are in the air. Some of Dr. Tuthill's class return from asylum. "Josh" goes to Paris. Perkins takes Bright-Eyes to church. Stock-judging team returns from Chicago covered with glory. Faculty adopts new rules requiring the use of the centigrade scale and other foolish stunts. "Kinky' ' calls for her lectures. Gee whiz! VVhat's a fellow to do? Oh! I know. Two bones ain't much. Idea announces Sweetland's resignation. Practice basketball game. Philosopliian Society entertains the linion and Patterson at Pat I-Iall. Cadet Hop. Blue MOIlfI2Ly. Too close to exams to be pleasant. Board of Trustees meets. "Let 'em meet." "Who makes life miserable for basketball girls?,' Glee Club concert in Versailles. Class in journalism issues Idea. Senior rings ordered. '!They will be here in two weeks." "Dunc' ' and Sprague go walking for the first time since yester- dav. what,s the use of dreaming dreams that wonit come truef, Examinations begin. Fizzing, faking, flunking, "onward through them we go," "till the heart is sick and the brain be- numbed, as well as the weary handf, More of it and worse. Everybody gone home but Seniors. The last day of the tiresome grind. Hallelujah! Amen."We're going home to fizz no moref' Christmas holidays begin. All out for home. Say, Boy, ainit it grand? Back to civilization. . Home, mother and plenty to eat. Christmas Day comes but once a year. Santa Claus, Christmas dinner and good cheer redominate. 21 Wow! Get the doctor quick. Worse. Better. Better yet. Able to sit up and take nourishment. Able to eat like h-. 302 . ,, Y' Y?-5?QL."'f-s .. . ..,.., . ,f-A if . Lv "Em 7 . . W , ' ' an ,V 1.. 4... ,, . .. 4 , an E1 ff: .i..,....,. . F 1 , 1 . .......,,... A . . f 1 fl I "."' W H . . V I V.: fi Lv Ax.: . 1 7, ....,..,... V 1 - , . 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A., 1906 Others too numerous to mention 31 I W M A I N S T R E Formegglzisilgirligbgpgadway Q wi. ..w-.nn . i,.'11.'.1t'fr . , ,,,,...., . .-. .. . ,, ..,. ,. ......,- .. . . .. ., .... .. . . . ..-...... ... 7.....,....,.. ...... .-. .. ..,.. ..,. .,., . ,. . . . .. .... ....,,.......... ,... p , 1 A I , , , I , V p P A V 'IM-" ... '11-' V. . . , .ifii-. ..,. - ' ' . t f , 'Cf " i M1 ,,,,,.V li. - ,, 'X J C lwmm what ,,,,, U 1, -'N' , ., . 1 ,v.,,,- 4 A 3 3 "-.pi N13 Q.. ' .,,g .f R , s.,,:I., jf...ff ' O - 'V "--- ,.. . ,. -..,... . ,,.. ,,. ',',..F:., Y fy ',jje.c A ..e 1 I . ff,.,y.- gn is is s y ,W W Q We ' 1 41 ' 1. .' ,t as Q... V ras r 'nr W h". i - . . i . -as , . ' L Aw 'lv-cf fe- . ' l.- - lj ffi.?ZfI'i,'ilu"ff.."':.,i.i:l ' :'b.'l.I.'a MM", qc N - 'use ,Jw ssfsffmfmsiv January '15 -2 of -X 1, 3 , tft 'e6'??itL x ff 1 ,ee Y - Jw x J' if . r , J K Q f 'M-W" RCB 'J 4 'NN fe we 5 Q .BOTH - '99 New Year. Another feast. Oh, my! Well, it's up to us. We've got to go back. We want to go, but we do hate to leave home and all these good times we are having. Second term begins. Stragglers come inby twos and by threes. All the red tape is just about wound up by now. lVlore of it than ever. "Kinky" again. , Much iuteresl in the shows. Great crowds in"'State University box.' ' Much curiosity concerning the new coach, but little interest in basketball. A spirit of indlfference prevails. l 'J 10 11. 12 13 16. 17 18 19. Q0 21 QQ 23 24- 25 26 27 Q8 29 30 Perkins appears in a .Red Cap and is immediatelystrapped. Bess and Ben are seen walking in different sections of the campus. Cherry writes his name on the wall. much to the disgust of Professor Rowe. Lose to High School. Everybody sports to see iiM2l.d2111l6 Sherryf' Rings not here yet. Bruner looks worried. "Peggy" and "Dunc', take a stroll and incidentally indulge in a snow fight. Aunt Lucy on the war-path of Chapel-skippers. Mr. and M1's. Dick Webb make their first appearance together in Chapel. Lose to T. U. Seniors have another banquet. Some lively times in heaven. "Chl Mustyl' ' Everybody in heaven slept all day today. Senior Class-skippers have their names read out in Chapel. Football men are awarded their "K's" ,in Chapel. Glee Club entertains with an excellent selection. "Jeems,' Boyd in a good humor. Law Journal established. Pi Kappa Alpha Dance. "Zimmie,' sports his colors and full- dress. State loses to Georgetown in basketball. Union Society Declamatory contest. Meadors elected captain of basketball team. V Senior Civil Banquet in honor of the visiting ladies. Senior Ciyils recover from the effects of the banquet and' at- tend church. Second term of Academy begins. 'Preps send a bouquet to "She-Pat., ' 1 l - ' lfflisliefrlmll IJIYLCUCC begins in earnest. 31 Senior girls have a lively time discussing Senior Reception. ,WWMWWWQfEf .-.. . ww-.....-....- ,.-..,.....,....,.,-., ....,. ,,s, .,,, .,....,.,-...,,,s-, - .,,...,,, .,.,... .... .. ...W...,,,,,.,.-...,.,.,..,s.,,,...,.T,..-..,,,. ...... , I 'V ,Qkjg,f,g4gflm't!,'l-,Q-in .ggi ffl ni, .il Ain 1:.,..::-A-...::igL..1t:, .... ...M -.Lt ..., .... l:-1.::Q...e.,..::g,.. Navi,-.1.. -7f"'L.'ni1:3:Q.2J.:i N ' 'f I U ,Y J NL- N" ftff. ' x'h."' ' i 1 Q Q.. AND GET IN LINE i3 WITH OUR GOODS AND OUR PRICES 5 I The Busiest Place-Yet the Best Accommodation is Found at E BATTAILE'S 'ED School Books, Stationery, Pennants, and all College Supplies .25 UNIVERSITY BOOK STCRE CA wr-3 ooNoT WINK THE OTHER EYE WHEN We tell you that DIXIE is the Beer of Quality. There is no purer, better tasting, more wholesome beer brewed anywhere than DIXIE Beer which is brewed right here in Lexington. We use the choicest malt and the famous Bohemian hops in making DIXIE BEER. Our brewery is immaculate in its cleanliness and every care is taken to protect DIXIE Beer from contamination in every process of it--Brewing, Fermenting and Aging. G CG., Incorporated, Ky. '-vrzzztzf' ' 'l' ff"7'f'f?:-1'4T. .... ,. .., ,-- ,:x:, ,:. ' . . , . .M...,s..., ..,... .... . , , . . ,, ., . ,.,, ..,,,,,W, ,,,....... ,... ,,,., .,.,..7,,:,-.,. ....,.T,l,,,,, .,W,,,,, .,,,,..,,... ..... .,., W .. I-. ...,.,, ,. . .... H. , ., Y. , . .. ,. ,. .. Z , ,,,t:',L-WVLQT,-,,,., ,,,,,.n.-:... .,..,,,-v.., '3'7T'75'f3T73'f'f'f'i'. I 1' i ' f .... ., , A f, . , ,,.. - .Lg .,., 11. 's-' ,... I -I fy'-J' c 4 - . 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Of, misbehaves for the Oh, hell. V first time since Christmas. Q' Hlbbler Sklps Seheel to get ready for the Tau Beta Dance' 16. "Dunc', and Sprague take their daily walk. W. C. T. U's. Tau Beta P1 men excused from school. Manshlp lectures. Organize 3. Tau Beta Pi Dance. "Doc's" Chemistry class skips. Bess H ,' - , l u , , 0 Hayden attends het. first dance with ffBennie.H ' 17. Pan-He en.1c Dance. Picture ot the Senior girls holding the 4. Tau Beta men skip classes. I letters IS made' 5. Everybody except those that did not go went to church. 18 S0Ph Picture made- 6. Faculty Entertainment Committee gets on the war-path. 19- A Very Quiet day- 7, "Butch" takgb many pictures for the KENTUCKIAN, Every- 20 John Fox 1n Chapel. A record-breaking crowd is present. body hard at work preparing the Annual for the printers. Q1 Great preparations for the morrow. 8. "Kinky" delivers one of her most popular lectures to a large Q2 Washington's Birthday celebration in Chapel. Holiday in and appreciative audience. 9. Idea expresses its views in general. Nothing in particular doing. Basketball team leaves. 10. "Josh" fizzes Perkins on second exam. 11. Idea staff has picture made for the Annual. 12. Sunday again. Basketball team returns from trip. 13. "Butch" snaps the girl's Pan-Hellenic Council. 14. Miss Proctor and the Glee Club render some high-class music- al productions in Chapel. 23 241 Q5 '26 27 28 honor of George. Wish there were more like him. Miss Kinky's lecture. 4 Praise the Lord! .Reading of play for Dramatic Club. State defeats Butler. Sophomore Dance at gymnasium. Senior Civil Banquet in honor of Miss Hayden. Much doing in heaven. Glee Club rehearsal. Annual on boom. Mandolin Club practice. Perkins turns out. b W WNW W f W in W6 V N -.............nw .M --if .-'lf1Wf1'1'f-1' " T". , X 5 . . . fn ri V , ' ra na 'fig ww 1- w"ff'-va , - -- - 1 Kmfifif N li3"i.'i'ga. ,, '. har. ' if wi.: ., 1. .' . g:.:,I,.:f.' . ,:,1t'ki . , ,.,, .' ,. 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WRIGHT College Engraver, Printer and Stationer I 108 Chestnut St., Philadelphia Commencement Invitations Dance Invitations and Programs Menus, Fraternity Inserts and Stationery Class Pins, Visiting Cards Wedding Announcements and Invitations SAMPLES CHEERFULLY SENT ON REQUEST rn 's V The Transit Issued every month by the students in the College of Civil Engineering A magazine pertaining to technical and college events 121 E.Main St.,0pp. Phoenixluorel, LEXINGTON, KY. l Try and Get One ,z' . . , f , f , lQ,,--i.M citc Q- I ,rr an ,,,,.. i n.,...M,,,,g ,. 1 3 7 . 1 1 X- . March Instructions to Knockers If you can make better drawings than those in this book, draw them here. -lf 5 t i 7 8 9 10 ll IQ 13 H- l5 lti 17 18 I9 I. Clherry Sloa11 wakes up 'l'or a short time. Baseball praetiee Now be ye satisfied? in Arniory. 0 Vast ol' characters for "Brown of Harvard" announced. :xllll v. M ... . -,..., . l,11ev's kev disappears. Kohnhorst. Dunn. Dunlap ant ih'Ii0l:C'll2llll 'offer their services. but are each ordered Olllt 7 l of the room. with the exception of Ixohnhorst. whom .Kun tt Q3 l Q0 Qi 22 Q4- Q5 liuey escorts to a11 interview with Father lYhite. State 26 takes final game from 'l'. lf llliss Ilayden keeps o11t ol sight ol' Mrs. lilaekburn. l I x..4 27 Yesper services instituted. , Perkins causes Gillis much worry. C'ivil Engineers work llp their petition to the Executive Council. Basketball men elect Harrison captain for next year. lYorking hard on iKEN'l'llK?KIAN. hluch enthusiasm displayed in Track and Baseball. I "Bob" Taylor lectures at the Armory. Great banquet of New York Alumni. Pat Society elects officers. K. I. A. A. nieets and passes or1 eligibility blanks. Spring practice begins in earnest. Voach Iddings is working his nlen hard. First section of Annual sent to press Dean Snow iss11es proclamation to girls that rest roon1 in Edu- cation Building is 11ot a dressing l'00lll. but a parlor. Debating tealn at last selected. Engels gets b11sy with his team. lfl'lN'l'UC'KIAN sent to press in part. Sophs challenge Freshies to a basketball game. 1 Kerr appointed Judge, and lawyers celebrate. Senior Meehanicals leave for Chicago. ' Y. M. C'. A. delegates l'0tlll'll from convention at Danville. Senior C'ivils leave for Pittsburg . Third terln begins. Violin solo in Fhapel. ' lflleetion olf Y. lil. C'. A. officers for next year. l'eculiar reports of tl1e Senior trips reach Lexington. Heaven is deserted. l'resident Baird announces sched11le for Gala Wveek. clllG-l'l'y Sloan arrives 'lil'0lll Pittsburg. NYhat do you think? lle traveled all that distance by l1is own self. Patterson Society contest. Others back from tl1e East. Last of stragglers in from Chicago and l'ittsb11rg. Many are tl1e tales they tell. ' Last of Annual to press. W A wif-.tio-vnu, .. .,.., ,-,.,... - . . ,. X., . 1' ' , . .,.. .- ..,,. , i, ---He ---- --A-Q -.-- i--.--L:.4..4.-...W -. 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But the percentage is almost nil when compared to those that are satisfied. 5 Combs Lumber Company, Incorporated Lexington, Kentucky GO TQ 'rl 1:3-..i. LEADING .JEWELRY STORE -FOR YoUR Graduation Presents Victor Bogaert Co., 135 W- MAIN ST- ' ,yylhyvq .s C s, C Lt.- .t y t.. H t,.. . , I s, . . . .. .t.. . . . .t so , y. .,,, . 1,-,ff. l l I X V X My W, . ..,..........................,.., .. ,... ....,a..... ...........w...,,......,.s..M.,s....,, ..,.M...x, sp - ll ,Q ,-- is s 2 '---44 J -4-- f 1 x rlwx - ffm... -f - XIX I IIN - - '- l.,..'. ., . f Ill x pi M.. . I " Q L-. L, -. .Q -i . ..- Q .JK 1 - I ' I.-t fi., i fx.: X XX X! X.. Q pril l . Kentucky-WVesleyan at Lexington. Union Society f,l'2Lt0I'iC2Ll Contest. All fools' day. 5. Munuztl at Lexington. Perkins gets drunk. i -eff" Instructions to Knockers If you can write better articles than those in this book, write them here 10. MiC'i1iQ2LIl at Lexington. "Josh" exceeds speed limit. L 21. A. T. O. Dance. Arbor Day. ' 22. 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