tempted two; completed one, gain 20
yards; incompleted one.
Karlham Attempted II; completed
two, total gain 05 yards; Incompleted
live; had Intercepted four.
Scoring Hnyden, 12;
oohrader, 10; Thompson, 0; Grabfelder, 0; KInne, 0; Ed Mills, 12; How-e-
(Continued from Pago 1)
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L. 0. U.
Thompson . . U. T. L.
.. HI Mills
L. T. H.
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It. K. L.
L. K. R.
Crutcher . . .
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Karra spent the week-enPlan To Encourage Lit1.
with i or (laughter, Miss Kllzabeth, at
Officials Hedges, Ohio, referee;
the Hull, before leaving for Florida.
'uswoll, Georgetown, umpire; King,
President and Mrs. Marker arc the
Tho Patterson Literary Society met
Transylvania, head linesman. Time
guests of Mr. Max Darker, of St. again last Saturday evening with a
of quarter 15, 1216, 15, 12'j.
crowded house. President 0. M.
Miss Elizabeth Carey, of Versailles,
Is highly encouraged and hopes
STATE HOPES TO WIN will spend the winter at Patterson to Interest tho Hngllsh Department in
tho matter of giving credit for society
(Continued from Pago 1)
The Christian Endeavor Society of work. He Is placing society work on
or a "tooth and
Presbyterian Church enter- a high piano and hopes to realize
Gady, their most consistent ground-;alne- the First
tained with a social Friday evening, more than the expectations of a sucand the only man who was
8, in honor of the new stucessful year.
able to score on Mississippi College in October
of the University.
The program was well rendered
their opening who was not in the T. dents
of girls from the Hall attended.
Saturand enjoyed by all. There were sevU. duel will be In the line-uTho sister of Miss Juno Sale will eral new men and some visitors.
day. Spurloch, probably their best
Kvery imomber Is urged to bring as
guard last pass through Lexington Friday en
route to Hartford, Conn.
many men as possible and be sure
year, Carpenter, left guard, a
Miss Helen Record spent Monday
and come. The program committee
tackle, Jackson, the fullback,
guest of Mr. has divided
the membership Into
Captain Raney at tackle are the out In Lexington as the
and Mrs. Harmon, of Pikeville.
teams and the teams will be placed
men on the Aggies outfit who should
Miss Suzanne Beltz was in Paris vis- - on
the program in proper rotation.
bo most closely watched by the Wildting Saturday and Sunday.
This gives every member an equal
Misses Mary Hamilton and Mary show.
Carter, University of Virginia, will
Ashbrook motored to Cynthiana and
Watch the bulletin board in the hall
referee; Robins, Vanderbilt, will umspent the week-enof the Main Building for the program,
pire, and Kerr, Tennessee, will be
Miss Mary Deith Hawkins visited and if you are on, prepare your subhead linesman.
her relatives in Versailles the past ject, be on time and bring another.
L. II. P
Dcmpsey, Salleo for Clayton, Parker
for Sallce, Rogers for Hrltton, Howard
for Rogers, Simmons for Simpson,
Ricket for Thompson, Zorfoss for
KInne, Peak for Zorfoss, Itoark for
Crutcher, Schneider for Rodes, Davidson for Orabfclder, McKlvaln
Heick for Hrltton, Hedges for Rodes,
Gumbert for Hayden, Dempsey for
Helck, Clayton for Parker, Hrltton for
Rogers, Simpson for Simmons, Thompson for Ricket, Kinne for Peak, Crutcher for Roark, Rodes for Schneider,
Grabfelder for Davidson, Hayden for
Mcllvaln, Schrader for Poindexter.
Earlham Arnett for Ed Mills, Peacock for Cox, Meeks for Bruner, Canada for Meeks, Reese for D. Mills.
Score by quarters.
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Miss Miriam Horine spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents. Mrs.
Horine accompanied her daughter
back to Lexington for a short visit.
Mr. W. A. Luktemeier, of Frankfort,
will visit his sister, Miss Caroline,
Miss Elizabeth Gibbs, of Sayre Col
lege, will be the guest of the Misses
Duncan Friday evening.
Mrs. J. B. Utterback, of Frankfort,
will come to visit her daughters, Miss
es Emma and Mary, Friday.
Miss Jessamine Cook's parents vis
ited her Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. J. Whitworth will come this
week to visit his daughters, Misses
Anna Lewis and Clara.
Miss Charlotte Willis will be the
guest of her parents in Shelbyville
this week-enMiss Elizabeth Moore visited here
last week-end- ,
and attended the Kap
pa Kappa Gamma luncheon Saturday-Mis- s
Elizabeth Woods will visit
Misses Piggot and Graham this week.
Miss Katherine Mitchell has accepted a position as soloist and choir director at the Baptist Church in Georgetown.
Miss Lena Clem will spend the
week-enwith her parents in Bedford.
Misses Mary Ricketts and Lucile
Hardin, of Mt. Sterling, were the
guests of Misses Josephine Thomas
and Lena Clem last Saturday and Sunday.
Misses Josle Lacer Hayes, Marie
Louise MIchot, Kittle Howard, Helen
Record, Annie Lewis Whitworth were
mong those who went to High Bridge
Miss Eyrl Richmond, who is now
ill at tho Good Samaritan Hospital, is
much improved and expects to return
to the Hall Sunday.
Miss Jessie Cummings will spend
tho week-enwith friends at Georgetown College, Georgetown.
Miss Mary; Oglaby spent tho weekend with Mrs. Luther Davis near Valley View.
Miss Helen Debow, of Louisville, a
former State student, is visiting at the
Alpha XI Delta house on Grosvenor
Miss Florence Hughes, a Senior In
tho University last year, and a prominent member of tho girls' basketball
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the annual struggle
for supremacy between the Sophomore and Freshman classes, will
probably take place tomorrow afternoon at Clifton pond, in the event of
which the University will have half
The classes this year are about
equal, the men in the Freshman class
numbering 217 and the Sophs 228.
Last year the present Sophomore class
was victorious and they are confident
of winning this
year, while the
Freshies are confident they will see
the arrogant Sophs struggling In the
cold, damp water.
team, has accepted the directorship of
physical education at Miss Woods'
private school for young ladles at
Miss Lucile Hollowell, of the class
of 1915, was a visitor in Lexington
the past week-enMiss Hollowell
is now teaching in the Cynthiana high
Mr. and Mrs. Brinkley Barnett were
in Lexington Saturday
Somerset, their future home, and saw
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Caskey Jewelry Co.
Calloway & Co.
Special Shoe Co.
Chicago Quick Shoe Repairing.
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Lexington Drug Co.
Joe M. Robinson.
P. B. Robards.
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Fayette Drug Co.
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