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The following announcements have
been received (by friends on the campus:
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cequin
announce the marriage of their
Mr. Oakley Ray Brown
on Wednesday, December twenty-sixt- h
Nineteen Hundred Twenty-threFulton, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown arc both graduate students of the University and
were prominent in activities while on
the campus. Mr. Brown was a member of Alpha Sigma Phi, social fraternity, and Mrs. Brown was a member
of Phi Upsilon Omicron, honorary
Home Economics fraternity.
Dance for Omega Rho
Miss Thclma Ellis entertained with
an informal dance during the ho'liday
season, in honor of the Omega Rho
fraternity, at her home in Avalon
Park. The house was attractively
Chaperoncs were Dr. and Mrs. W. H.
Lipscomb, Mrs. J. B. Miner, Miss
Lillie Kohl and Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Among those present were: Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carson
Mrs. Jack DeLong,
invite you to be present at
Misses Edith Roland, Audine Thompthe marriage of their daughter
son, Lois Heath, Marie Colliver,
Elizabeth Miller, Ruby Eflis, Frances
Virginia Newman, Anne
Mr. Glenn Bennett Tinsley
Gormley, Anna Dodd, Mary Graham
on Thursday, December the
Williams and Myrtle Stevens; Messrs.
Edward Bradley, Bailey Baxter, WilNineteen Hundred Twenty-thre- e
liam Gormley, James Dodd, James
at high noon
Bryant, Sturgie Maurie, Raymond
Trumble, Otho Ard, Raymond
Bryce Petrie, Joe Brown Williams,
Mr. Tinsley was a member of Phi
Hermon Taylor, Virgil Johnson, Jack Kappa Tau fraternity
and was gradDeLong, Ora Carter, A. L. Atchison
uated with the class of '22.
and Professor L. Horlacker.
Mrs. Lillian Fratman
announces the marriage of her
Mr. Curtis Watt Deering
on Wednesday, December twenty-sixt- h
Nineteen Hundred Twenty-thre- e
at Louisville, Kentucky.
Mrs. Deering was a graduate of the
University in '22 and was a member
of Kappa 'Delta fraternity.
A. J. BAKER TO GIVE SERIES OF
LECTURES AT MUSIC COLLEGE
Is of National Prominence;
izer of Society of Theosophy
Alwyn J. Baker, M. A., National
lecturer and organizer of the Theoso-phicSociety will give a series of
lectures at the Lexington College of
Music, 441 West Second. The first
lecture will be on Monday, January
14, at 8 p. m.
The subject will be
"Reincarnation The Key." The fol
lowing lectures will be "Invisible
Forms and Forces" and "The Great
Creative Plan." The lectures are illustrated.
discussed will be:
Evolution in the Light of Religion;
the Mechanism of Man's
the Life After Death, and
Theosophy harmonizes religion and
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science and gives scientific basis for
The meetings are open to the public and will be followed by a general
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By bringing electricity down from the clouds
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to prove that lightning was nothing more
than a tremendous electrical flash.
For centuries before Franklin flew his kite
in 1751 philosophers had been speculating
about the nature of lightning. With electrified globes and charged bottles, others had
evolved the theory that the puny sparks of
the laboratory and the stupendous phenomenon of the heavens were related; but
Franklin substituted fact for theory by
Roaring electrical discharges, man-malightning as deadly as that from the clouds,
are now produced by scientists in the Research Laboratories of the General Electric
Company. They are part of experiments
which are making it possible to use the
power of mountain torrents farther and farther from the great industrial centers.
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