Study Class Meets
The study clas3 in international reconducted by the Woman's
Club of the University of Kentucky,!
held their meeting last Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Prof. Alvin E.
Evans, dean of the university College
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World. Court and of the League of
Davis, grand vice president, and Mrs. tof Famous Psychologists."
W. F. Moore, of Louisville, president
of the Delta province.
Chaperones were Dean Sarah M.
Mr. William Griffin spent the wek
Blanding, Mrs. W. A. Straussman,
Mrs. George Wilson, Miss Dora Berk- end at his home in Shepherdsville.
Mr. Richard Lewis visited at his
ley and Mrs. Eda Giles.
home in Bardstown last we"k end.
About 200 guests were present.
(Misses Margaret Owens and Lucille
Zeta Tau Alpha sorority entertained with a tea dance Friday afternoon
from 4 until 6 o'clock at Patterson
hall, in honor of the pledges of the
Music was furnished by
Peg Langdon's orchestra.
Honor guests included Mrs. W. E.
The Mother's Club of the Delta Tau
Delta fraternity entertained with a
tea at the chapter house, Monday afternoon, from 3 until 5 o'clock. The
guests included the members of the
Lexington chapter and members of
the Louisville alumni chapter.
A delicious salad course was served.
Conyers, of Somerset, spent the week
end at the Kappa Kappa Gamma
Miss Dolly Cox has returned from
a trip East and has resumed her studies at the University of Kentucky.
Miss Lucy Davis has returned from
a week's stay in New York.
Messrs. B. R. Sanders and R. B.
McClure were week end guests at the
Alpha Gamma Rho house last week.
Messrs. Reynolds Ackerman, David
Bishop and Van Buren Ropke visited
their homes in Louisvillo last week
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The Lexington Alumni Club was
host to the football squad Saturday
at the annual luncheon given at the
hotel. Many alumni anil
friends of the association were pres- ent at the banquet.
Miss Mareuerite McLauehlin. pres
ident of the Lexington Alumni Club,
presided ana introduced dames rarti,
of the National Alumni As
sociation. Mr. Park expressed the
thanks of the alumni throughout the
country for the splendid way in which
the team has nlaved and shown its
indomitable courage during the past
season. He also said that tne ammni
appreciat-- d the work of the coaching
staff. Results of the Centre game
completely evened the score of any
defeats in other games 'this year, he
said. Mr. Park predicted that Ken
tucky would soon take the place it
deserves in the Southern Conference.
After the luncheon the following
officers were reflected: Miss Mar
guerite McLaughlin, president; Mras
Helen King, treasurer; W. C. Brown,
secretary, and Viley McFerran, vice
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1 The Delta Chi fraternity announce
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