THE KENTUCKY KERNEL.
TENNIS SQUAD TO
MAKE TRIP IN
The tennis squad of the university will take an extended trip
through the south to meet Vander-bU- t,
Alabama, and Georgia Tech
In as many days. The racketeers
will leave Lexington April 28, and
will return from Atlanta, their last
stop, on May 2.
The racquetecrs will play their
second match of the year with University of Cincinnati on the Kentucky courts Saturday afternoon.
The Kentuckians registered their
first victory over the strong St.
Xavicr team of Cincinnati.
Their second scheduled match,
with the Berca College team, was
rained out last Monday. At the
time the match was called off the
Kentucky team was leading In sets
played. The Bcreans on their trip
home met with an automobile accident and two men were injured.
The match was scheduled to have
been played Wednesday but due
to inclement weather and Injuries
to tbclr players the match was definitely called off.
Coach H. H. Downing has released
the remaining schedule of the team
April 24 Cincinnati at Lexington.
April 29 Vanderbllt at Nashville.
April 30 Alabama at Tuscaloosa.
May 1 Georgia Tech at Atlanta.
May 5 Louisville at Lexington.
May 11 Berea at Berea.
May 16 Louisville at Louisville.
May 21 St. Xavicr at Cincinnati.
May 23 Hanover at Lexington.
Due to the extended southern trip
it will be Impossible for the team
jo moke the northern trip which
hod been planned earlier In the
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Friday, April 24,
things and that rosea should be
more evenly divided between the
slstcrn. They refused to support
her for May Queen, instated that
she withdraw from the race, acted
generally like good sisters,
Bruner Is Elected
Queen of the May
Thomas L. Riley
The first part of this week we
went out to watch the nagd canter
In the company of two austere gentlemen of the Oarollnas. We missed
seeing the pictures in time for a
Tuesday Kernel review, for which
we are sorry. We also suffered from
our layoff by going breakfastlcss
Of the attractions along the rlal-t- o
present, the best Is "Stepping
Out" at the Ben All. This highly
amusing farce was held over for
the remainder of the week and it
deserves It. Sec it for laughs. "The
Secret Six," at the Strand, has also
been held over and It Is a very effective melodrama. It is undoubtedly one of the best gangster exposes that the screen has presented. We went sound asleep watching
"Klki" at the Kentucky. Rena
awakened us and, after trying to
enjoy It, we inwardly wlshc3 that
she has not disturbed us so we
left Perhaps the half we missed
Certainly one of the most talked
of pictures, both in and out of the
studios, Is "Trader Horn,"
which begins a week's run at the
Ben All Sunday.
seems to be going the limit on
newspaper advertising for the picture. "Trader Horn" was adapted
book and the
from the best-selliprincipal cast members with a technical crew went to Africa for locations. Although the company stayed In the Dark Continent several
months severely denting Metro's
bank account of the thousands of
feet of film exposed very little was
used in the picture due to climatic
conditions which prevented the
celluloid from jelling properly. So
the producers decided to Improve
upon Africa by making most of the
picture in Mexico and in Hollywood' with all the dialogue and
sound effects done in the studios.
It is said that all the company actually cot in Africa were a few ex
cellent animal pictures, tropical
fever, and a scandal. The last nanv
ed Is resulting in a divorce.
ever. "Trader Horn" has received
tremendous ovations everywhere It
has been shown. The fact that
most of the faked sequences are
so cleverly done accounts for the
mobs not even detecting anything
wrong. Harry Carey, Edwina Booth,
and Duncan Renaldo are cast in the
leadng roles of "Trader Horn"
which was directed by W. S. Van
It has an intriguing story,
and the action is said to be tnnu
For your brief biography this
Lew Ayres was born In 1908
in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He
went into stage work and crashed
movies in the leading role of "All
Quiet on the Western Front." He
Is soon to be starred by universal.
"Front Page." the oath-Aile- d
newspaper play by Ben Hehct and
Charles McArthur, Iras been filmed
by United Artists under the direction of Lewis Milestone. It opens
at the Kentucky tomorrow with a
cast headed by Adolphe Menjou and
including Edward Everett Horton,
Mary Brian, Mae Clark, Pat
O'Brien, Walter Catlett and several
stage names from the original pro
duction. "Front Page" drew pack'
ed houses on Broadway during its
lengthy run and everyone marvelled
picture it painted of
at the life-linewshawks and their language. One
of the outstanding
every critic has noted in the mo
tion picture version of "Front Page"
is that, while the actual swearing
is, of course, barred, the direction
and acting are such that one
knows exactly what the characters
are saying. The performance of
Menjou as a hard-boile- d
editor is said to be a revelation to
those who think he is only capable
of playing suave roles. Theta Sigma Phi, journalism sorority of the
university, Is selling tickets for the
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In a special
carriage for the occasion.
under the direction of Elmer O.
Sulzcr, will play a scries of folk
dances for the exercises in the afternoon; exercises are in charge of
special committees which have been
appointed from the circle.
Silver loving cups will be awarded to the organizations having the
most beautiful, the most original,
and the most comical floats In the
Chandler It will be necessary for
the various organizations which are
planning to enter floats in the
parade to submit plans to C. R.
Mclcher, Dean of Men, before the
actual construction is begun, in
order that unnecessary expenditure
may be avoided. Judges for the
parade have been instructed to discriminate against any float which
appears unnecessarily expensive.
Other nominees for the position:
Mary Adair, Lexington, Alpha
Delta Theta; Katherlne Drury, Lexington, Alpha XI Delta; Numia Lee
Pouts, Russell; Emily Hardin, Lexington, Alpha Delta Theta; Mary
Grace Heavenridgc, Spencer, Indiana, Chi Omega; Romona Iliff,
Bellcvue, Zeta Tau Alpha; Mary
King Montgomery, Somerset, Kappa
Kappa Gamma; Ruth Wehle, Lexington, Alpha Gamma Delta; Virginia Young, Lexington, Kappa
attendants will ride
LamMa Chi RepiMe
Instead of following the usual
course of other Greeks when pets
are to be procured the Lambda
Chis now own a baby alligator. It
has a dainty pool in the back yard,
snaps viciously at the brothers and
generally makes us happy that we
do not own it
Having served the people of Lexyears at Main
ington for thirty-fiv- e
At this writing (Wednesday) we
select Alice Bruner to be Queen of
the May. Pouts, Adair, Young and
Wehle probably will be Maids of
occurs to us that we have been
told that the Triangle enfeoffment
to the Cigalfs is almost at an end
...that we had two split verbs in
our column Tuesday... that there Is
one type of student who is more
stupid than the
the fraternity man.... that the
only reason we can see for playing
golf, tennis, et cetera is that flic
participant is afraid that his brain
might function If it were permitted
peace and quiet.... that we need a
vacation.... that our proof reader
is nearing perfection.... that everyone seems to be making plans to
remain here for summer school...
that there is only one thing more
absurd than stagglng camp taking
someone whom one is utterly deranged about.. . .that Klmcgas will
3 spring concertanything.will .thatenterColors
taining.... fthat the military In(Continued from Page One)
spection was better than we expected it to be.... that plans for a
of this opportunity to see an exhibition that is considered one of the special May Day edition of The
best that has been In Lexington Kernel are being formulated...
that our creslve intellect should not
for a number of years.
In connection with the current attempt philosophy. . . .that we hope
exhibit Professor Rannells has sent the May Queen of this year does
the following letters to members of ties have the escutcheonary difficulof the one of last year.
the staff of the Journalism and
THE GIRL WITH A ROSE
"The current exhibition of water
colors at the Art Center is a fine
Mary Grace Heavenridge
opportunity for the students to be
Pal Gracle takes our rose away
come acquainted with the work of
some of the leaders in this field from us this issue because she is
Also, I should think another of the three girls who keeps
that these pictures would furnish Kimega alive; because she is always
just the right kind of material for bored but seldom lets other people
practice in writing a critical essay. know, which we think is truly an
All of them deal with recognizable accomplishment; because she is albeen
subject matter they can be talked ways active; because she has great
about even by the uninitiated.
I the Kimega nominee in a beauty
shall be very happy if you can honors; contests for campus nor
because she is not
conveniently make use of this ex ever been In
hibition as a sort of laboratory for cause, to quote awith
friend of ours,
your classes when papers are to be "she played square with a boy 'way
away from here;" because, to again
"For some of those who may need quote the same friend of ours, (a
help In what to look for, I plan to Kappa), "she Is very beautiful;"
discuss the pictures Tuesday and because she does not try to be, but
Thursday evenings of this week at Is popular at dances; because she
7:30 p. m. The exhibition will be frankly tells us that we are the
open every week day until May 2." worst dancer she has ever seen; because she is not too smart; because
she seldom sneers at anyone;
she is well liked by everyone
who knows her.
Engineers to Leave
Fame at Last
During the past week we received
two fan letters. Unlike Riley, who
receives around 200 a week, we cannot refrain from mentioning them.
It seems that one of our admirers
wonders how we get out of Jail long
enough to write our column and the
other Is perplexed that we know
as many things about the Kappas
as we do, since we never enter the
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SENSE and NONSENSE
Published in the in- this time than I have
terest of the students' now. I wonder where
they have all gone?"
of U. of K. by the
Wife: "We can
only hope for thq
There are many ways
of doing things,
A casual glance
Some folks turn up
heir sleeves at
And some turn up
The new stoplight
at Rose and Euclid
certainly makes it
much easier to make
first hour classes and
helps the gang get
home in time for
Alpha Delta Theta Trouble
seems that the very charming
sisters of Emily Hardin,
editor of The Kernel, beauty and
May Queen nominee, holder of other campus honors have decided
that dear Emily has too many
Special Rental Rates to Students
Exhibition of Water
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Those taking the southern trip:
E. O. Barkley, J. R. Butts, J. W.
Buskie, W. B. Carrington, F. M.
Cutler, S. M. Fitts, G. R. Gerhard,
E. W. Humphries, W. L. Husk, C.
R. Kastner, B. C. LeRoy, P. S. Pate,
O. L. Sharpe, and J. G. Whitfield.
Those taking the northern trip
R. F. Adams. C. L. Adamson, J.
E. Barlow, F. B. Bean. S. S. Bold
rick, T. K. Bonzo, P. E. Borders, Miss
Ellse Bureau. O. W. Chinn. A. S.
Curtis, H. F. Day, N. B. Dicken,
J. H. Farris, R. W. Field. J. W,
Flowers, T. A. Gregg, B. D. Harri
son, E. D. Hodges, K. P. Hopperton,
W. A. Hunter, E. H. Johnson, A. W.
Kalkhoff, A. D. Langford, L. P.
Lewis, M. J. McBrayer, R. B. Met- calf, C. L. Newman, E. C. Noel, J,
S. Noonan, J. W. Owens, Z. W.
Pigue, R. E. Porter, T. H. Posey,
D. H. Pritchett, H. S. Ray, E. A.
Rehn, J. W. Ross. C. E. Sanders. R.
O. Scott, N. W. Shorter, H. "V. Smith
W. R. Smith, C. K. Tieche. R. G,
Tucker, L. H. .Westerfleld. M. W,
Whitaker. J. S. Williams, W. L,
Wolff, M. F. Moorman, and Miss
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Our reputation for fair dealing Is
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visited ours? We serve delicious
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Spring is "free
wheeling" now, with
the opening game
this week, the races
Saturday and golf. . .
Well, since we mentioned it, our new
St. Regis golf ball
(regulation size) will
improve your game
a stroke or two, and
they sell for thirty-nin- e
cents or three
for a dollar.
Listen in every
Tuesday evening at
8 p. m.
Our McKesson Musical Magazine is broadcast
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Main and Deweese
Etchings and Prints
Shown in New York
A group of 16 etchings and block
prints by Mildred Shute, Rita
Mount, and Edward Porter is being
exhibited during April at the Col
lege Art Association in New York
together with work from 26 other
universities, colleges, and museum
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The show has been termed the
most comprehensive exhibition of
student art work which has ever
been held in New York City. The
works have attracted favorable
comment and have been invited for
exhibition at the Toledo Museum's
schools during May.
Excellent notices of this exhibi
tion appeared in both the Art Digest
and official Metropolitan guide.
Admiral Byrd's eleventh hour cancellation of his lectures here because of a dog. Such practices are
not recognized in the theatrical
Roam in' Rena remarked
other day that it was a break for
the movie Industry
Lingle, the Chicago newspaper reporter was mysteriously "bumped
off." There have been at least three
motion pictures traceable to that
crime, "Dance, Fools, Dance," "The
Secret Six," and now "The Finger
Points" which opens at the Strand
Sunday. Richard Barthelmess Is
the star of this First National picture and is supported by Fay Wray,
Regis Toomey, Robert Elliott, and
Noel Madison. John Francis Dillon directed. "The "Finger Points"
presents Barthelmess as a racketeering reporter who Is eventually
killed. Despite the fact that all
moguls of the cinema have declared
that the public Is tired of gangster
pictures, tney are sun grincung
them out. And dat's datl
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