THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
MEMORY BOOKS $4.50.
ABOUT THE CAMPUS
KODAK ALBUMS 50 Cents ot $8.00.
Mr. William E. Wlckenden, of the
Engineering Department of the Western Electric Company of New York
City, was nt the .University of Kentucky for several dnys Inst week for
the purpose of getting men to go work
at that plant during the summer. It
Is probable that E. M. Baulch, n Junior
engineer, will spend the coming summer there.
The writer Is wondering how some
of us are going to find the sufficient
number of greenbacks with which to
purchase the "blue Khaki" in case
the "Overall Club" becomes a reality
in the University. The clothing stores
won't credit us for a pair of overalls
whereas we might be able to persuade
them to do such a thing In the case of
a. Buit of clothes.
Doctor Shull has returned from
Graves County, and Glendale,
Jefferson County, where he delivered
the commencement addresses for the
high schools. "Ideals and Citizenship" was the subject on which he
spoke at both places.
Donald T. Wright, of Oil City, Pennsylvania, Special in Journalism, is in
St. Joseph's Hospital, where he was
taken more than a week ago. His condition is greatly improved.
Doctor James K. Patterson, President Emeritus of the University, has
been confined to his room for several
days on account of illness which, however, is not of a serious nature. He
is resting very well.
Professor E. C. Mable has resigned
to accept the appointment of Head of
Department of. Public Speaking in the
University of Iowa, Iowa City. Propubfessor Mabie has had charge of
speaking since he came to the Englic
lish .Department more than a year
to his efforts that
and it is largely due
the Little Theatre and the Community Drama have had such noteworthy
entry into the life of the University.
He has also taken a deep interest in
The Strollers; advised and worked
with them, and much of the success of
"Under Cover" and "The Climbers" is
PENNANTS $1.00 and up.
If we haven't your Fraternity Paper we can
get it for you.
Open Until 8 P. M. Every Evening
Please leave your order now for Caps and
Gowns, also engraved cards.
College Boys Styles in Our Special Designed Clothes
DOBBS FIFTH AVENUE HATS
Basement Main Building.
Most Complete Assortment of Silk Shirts
We Earnestly Solicit Your Patronage
233 West Short St.
Mammoih Garage Co.
The Store For the Well Dressed Man.
offers to the students of the University a complete
assortment of Stationery, Candies and Toilet Arti-
and Supreme Auto Oils
Prescriptions filled promptly.
CIGARETTES, CIGARS and TOBACCO.
Bring Your Kodak Films Here.
due to his efforts.
Everything for the Automobile
Ralph W. Owens, "Y" secretary, has
been elected to membership in the
Rotary Club of Lexington. This shows
the regard which the Lexington business men have for Mr. Owens.
Jesse Osborne, graduate
Orders taken for special College and
Pennants and Banners.
East Main Streetjl
Dick Webb, President.
WALTER S. WELSH
WELSH & MURRAY CO.
has been elected to
the position of Professor in Mathematics in the College Department, Berea
loft Wednesday for
Ann Arbor, Michigan, to attend the
Deans' meeting. At that meeting he
read a paper on "Freshman Courses
The Academy of Sclonce moots hero
Mllll-leaon Saturday, May 8, and R. A.
Professor of Physics, Yale, will
ho one of those oiu tho program.
Doan Boyd will read a paper boforo
Professor A. J. Olnoy, Department
of Horticulture, has been in Daviess
and Henderson counties in interest of
his department, while W. K. Westovor
has been to Ohio, Fulton, MoCracken,
McClean and Muhlonburg counties for
the same department.
THE COLLEGE BOYS' STORE
FRAT and DANCE PROGRAMS
Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Shoes and Tailoring
Ladies' and Gents' Tailors
Competent Home Tailors
4 Tract Building,
The E. C. Christian Music Co.
Everything Pertaining to Music
Moving, Tuning, Repairing and Refinishingr
Pianos a Specialty