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The Kentucky Kernel, April 23, 1926

Part of The Kentucky Kernel

THE KENTUCKY KERNEL ELECT MAY O.UEEN EXERCISE CAST YOUR YOUR FRANCHISE BALLOT MONDAY LEXINGTON, KY., MAY DAY Will Sung at Woodland Professor of Philosat State University of Iowa Men's and Women's Glee Clubs Will Take Part in Concert No Freshmen or Sophomores WILL BE MONDAY To Be Presented May 4 May Attend Unless AccompanThe men's and women's glee club ied by Upperclassman ; Juniors Prizes" To Be Given to Prettiest of the University of Kentucky will To Get Stag Bids Only and Most Comical Floats participate in the Artists' concert to In Big Parade Through Town WILL BURN CAPS FROSH bo held nt the Woodland auditorium Tuesday night, May 4, in which four widely known artists brought here under the auspices of the Central Kentucky Choral society will take the ministration building from 8 until 4 o'clock. The girl receiving the highest num-- J ber of votes in this election will be crowned May Queen and will rule over the campus festivities on May Day, Saturday, May 1. The co-e- d receiving the next highest number of votes will r, and the four girls be receiving the next greatest number of votes, will be attendants to the queen. Big Celebration Planned Plans are being made now for the festivities of May Day which will be "observed on the campus Saturday, All classes will be dismissed May 1. at the end of the second hour. The program for the day is in charge of circle. the Su-K- y First on the program is the senior exercises. These include the planting of a tree a; talk by the senior orator, William Simpson; the history of the class by Ava Cawood, historian; and the prophecy by Wallace Saunders, class prophet. G. T. Fenn, junior class prophet, will receive the hered- is a part of the May to be held in Lexington May 4 and 5. On the following night, Wednesday, the oratorio "Elijah" will bo sung by 250 persons accompanied by a 55 piece orchestra. The orchestra, which is built upon the 33 piece orchestra of the University of Kentucky, and the chorus have been prepared for the renditions of (CONTINUED ON PAGE TOf CTY D U T OlvylALii C, 1 FOR STUDENTS itary spade from the senior class and make a short talk. Following the tree planting, Mortar 'Board, honorary women's senior fraternity will hold its pledging. Lump .and Cross, men's senior honorary fraternity will not hold its pledging at that time due to the fact of the activities will be out of town with the baseball team., It is understood that Lamp and Cross will hola that-man- . D 17 EIGHT) ! (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) MOTHERS TO BE HERE MAY 8-- 9 MUSICALE Establish Shop in Fuller Building Late in May Featuring Men's Apparel I GIVE PRIZE FOR NAME Kaufman Clothing Company will open a branch store about May 15 in the Tavern building (Fuller building) at 329 South Limestone. They have leased this storeroom for a long term of years, and will have a modern up to the minute shop for college men. They are installing modern fixtures throughout, and will feature clothing for college men exclusively, and silk hosiery for Prize Offered for Name The name of the new store will bo selectc.l from names suggested by the stddents of the university, and a prize of $10 in merchandise will be given to the person submitting the name which will be used. Mail all suggestions to the Kaufman Clothing Company, attention publicity department, at once, since they must be re ceived not later than April' 30. All suggestions will be numbered in the order in which they are received, and in case more than one person suggests the name chosen, the first one submitting this name will get the s. prize. Will Have Buying Advantages The now store will have exceptional Two Groups All students are invited to attend the men's gymnns-iutomorrow night from 9 to 12 o'clock under the auspices of the Alumni association of the university. The subscription to the dance n dance given in will be $1. A special feature of this danco will be the music which is to be furnished by the Kentucky Kernels from the Strand theater. As an accommodation to the Kernels, the Kappa Sigma orchestra will furnish the music at the Strand. The committee in charge of the dance is composed of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wilson, White Gwynn, Brown, Viley McFerrand, Read Wilson, Nancy Inness, Irene Maie Barkley and Helen Osborne. FIELD DAY WILL Editors Named and Ruth Kehoe Will Publish Bulletin I 7 Miss Ruth Kehoe and Miss Betty Regenstein have been appointed to take eharee of the bulletin of weekly announcements of the University of Kentucky for the next year. They will succeed Miss Cleone McWhorter and Miss Maria McElroy who served in that capacity this year. The bulletin, which announces all events of the succeeding week, is sent to newspapers oi tne cuy, urBiuu-o- f tions on the campus, and university people in general. ered for the former group, and an interesting program has been planned for them under the leadership of Pro- feasors R. D. Hawkins, E. A. Bureau, C. C. Jett. and J. R. Johnson, During their stuy in Cincinunti the delegation will make its headquarters at the Hotel Gibson. The first after- noW in Cincinnati will be spent at the Le Bload Machine Tool Company, trip to the Zoolofml Am optiotuii upoaker wjll bo Deun Anderson, head of the engineering department of tho university. An elaborate program has been planned and plans to broadcast the program are being made, accord in.r to Professor Hawkins. will be spent at the Wednesday Columbia Power company and tho (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) BANQUET WILL BE GIVEN Present Thom-asso- U UCM! Enjoyable Program Given TELLS OF OPPORTUNITIES n, CAST IS CHOSEN FOR STROLLER PLAY 'ICEBOUND' ; (CONTINUED ON PAGE 1 STUDENTS 2 APPEAR Drama Will Be Presented Here In Early May Part of ,t The cast has been selected and hearsals arc being held daily for the 1920 Stroller play "Icebound," which will be presented in the early part of May, according to A. H. Wicmann, director of the dramatic organization. The leads in this year's play will be taken by Miss Mnry Lair and Alvin re- 1 Uamniel. "Icebound," a t drama by selected for this year's presentation by the university dramatists after long consideration. Comparatively a new play and copyrighted only in 1924, "Icebound" hns enjoyed long runs in many of the larger cities and has been highly praised by critics wherever produced. The scene is laid in New England and the action occurs shortly after the close of the World War. 12 Characters in Play Twelve' characters appear in "Icebound," of whom six are male and six female. The Stroller cast consists of seven girls and five boys, however, as the part of Orin Jordon is played by Alice Le Mere. The cast selected follows: Mary Lair Jane Crosby Alvin Hammel Ben Jordon Mabel Sadler Ella Jordon Virginia Robinson Sadie Jordon Lily Parrish Emma Jordon Owen Davis, three-ac- was Nettie Jordon Henrietta Blackburn Hannah, the servant Rankin Harris Alice Le Mere Orin Jordon Henry Jordon Harry McChesney Bob Thompson Judge Bradford Tom Walters Dr Curtis (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) ENROLLMENT FOR YEAR TO BE 4500 Dr. McVey Announces That Summer Session Will Increase Year's Registration ; New Board Members Named YEAR'S BUDGET OUTLINED EIGHT) Dr. Ligon To Speak The University of Kentucky debating team met the University of Ari- 'zona team Friday night, April 10, in Dicker Hall to debate the question I Mary Lair and Alvin Hammel Will Take Leads in Annual Play of Dramatic Organization Team child Labor - Bullock Represent Kentucky No Decision Given Will Deliver Commencement Address at Carlisle May 20 Including the students expected to attend the forthcoming summer session, the university will have approximately 4,500 students for the year, according to a report made by President McVey, at a meeting of the Board of Trustees last week. President McVey reviewed the legislation affecting the university enacted in the last general assembly,, the appropriations and announced made by the assembly. To Require House Mothers The board outlined the budget system for next year and a resolution was passed requiring the fraternity houses to arrange for house mothers not later than January 1, 1927. The resignation of Dr. W. W. Zwick, of the hygiene department was accepted and Dr. Paul C. Taylor from tho University of Illinois was appointed to succ.eed Prof. H. B. Eversole as associate professor of accounting in tho The following College of Commerce. appointments to the board were an- ("Resolved: That the iroposea unuu Dr. M. E. Ligon, principal of the "Eneineers do not expect credit as Labor Laws Should Be Adopted." University High school of the Univer- Dr. G. K. Brady, of the English individuals for what they do, but they "have satisfaction in what they i department of the university presided. sity have accomplished as a whole," W. II. The university representatives were.""-"r n 'uJn. hLv. - M,nni . v" Driscoll, president of the National William Hanratty and John Bullock P" . side of the on M.0? . Heating and Ventilating Engineers, who took the affirmative This year's class is the largest in ,i uofio f ...u:i told the engineers in an address in Thirty-thre- e the school. afternoon. Arizona,' upheld the negative side. the history of 20 girls and 13 boys Dicker Hall, Wednesday students, His subject was "Engineering of Big No decision was given. .,wln..fnil ...Ml l. Tim 10"K crrnlimt- Buildings." 'i,n,i or' mpmiiers. and was Prof. W. R. Sutherland, who has i The engineers were also fortunate charge of public speaking, announces HJ thig , w Rnmmon. of the local nounced: Hon. W. J. Webb, of in having with them Col. Morrow who that the University ot ooiumoia win E. B. Webb, of Lexu.gton, and was introduced by Dean Anderson. send three men into the southeastern Presbyterian church wH1 prcnch the Col. Morrow gave a humorous talk states to debate .on the Child Labor baccalaurcilte sermon in the city the reappointment of Frank McKee . are question. 'these representatives and J. W. Turner, of Paintsville. which was woll received. nud.toriumi Mny 1C. to be in Lexington during the last Describes Road to Success n' of May when they will debate week In his address before the students with Jonn . buiiock, wiiiium huh- - o f Vta- - or K orn ri i ' i YL Mr. Driscoll stressed tho fact that all Omilll 1 I1H1K.& VV UUIC viv,vv ial ivviuv.i (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) (CONTINUEDONPAGE EIGHT) on - May-fiel- . V d, ( Make Inspection Trips Next Week; Will Visit Many Points of Interest Dr. McVey To Speak at Vanderbilt University gardens is to be another feature of tho day. To Inspect Plants Tuesday the entire morning is to be spent in going through the Newport Rolling Mills and the Andrews fateei Plant. The afternoon will be spent at tho Stanvood Corporation of Coving-- . ton and the party will return to Cin- cinnati in late afternoon. Tuesday evening tho engineers will be the guests of the University of Kentucky alumni of Cincinnati at a banquet given at the Hotel Alm3. The principal and Drills Parade On Program; Commissions To Be Presented; Lieut. Governor Will Speak Officers ft . 26 BE HELD MAY Students Who Will Publish Herald May 3 Asked To Meet Monday TAT VO ! G:30 o'clock. Regimental NOTFn FNP,INFFR!Debatin Arizona Betty Regenstein at Military field day for the Reserve Training Corps of the Union Kentucky in Editing Edition of versity of Wednesday will be heldMay All Journalists Who Will Take Part afternoon, Stoll field To Receive Local Paper Must Be 20, from 2 to 4 o'clock, it was anInstruction and Information as to Their nounced by Col. II. P. Hobbs of the Various Duties military department. The program for military ceremonies leading up to the field day exercises and to the inAll students in the department of who will also have charge of the who are to serve on The graph desk and who will be assisted spection by a board of officers from Herald staff on the night of May 3, on this desk by Joseph Palmer, Fran- the War Department on May 13 and when they will publish the May 4 edi ces Cregor and Blanford Taylor, of 14, was also announced. College; editorial .staff, tion of that paper, are requested to Georgetown The first regimental parade and rebe present at a meeting of the staff, J. L. Crawford, Ted McDowell, Kyle view was held at 3 o'clock on Friand LeRoy Smith; city day afternoon, April 10; other reviews which will be held in Prof, Enoch Whitehead Grehan's recitation room, in the base- desk, Jack Warren, editor, assisted by will be held on the afternoons of April ment of the Science building, on Mon- John R. Bullock, Curtis Buehler, Flor- 23, May 7 and 21. These are for the day afternoon, April 20, at 3 o'clock. ence Ogden and Allan M. Trout, of perfection of the unit in anticipation sport desk, of the spring inspection. The schedule College; This order has been given out by Georgetown Arthur Morris, who will act in the Frank Hoover, editor, assisted by of events for this inspection is only capacity of managing editor of the Warren Price and C. M. Dowden; state tentative as. yet, but it is probable student edition of The Herald. Mr. desk, Niel Plummer, editor, asisted by that the examination of the class unthat Virginia Conroy and Catherine Carey; its will take place Thursday afternoon Morris says that it each member of the news staff be society desk. Edith Minihan, editor, and Friday morning, and the review present as the purpose in holding this assisted by Thelma Snyder, Ava Ca- on Friday afternoon. There will be meeting is to instruct each member wood, Elizabeth Glascock, Pauline an inspection of equipment in addiof the staff in his work and to inform Adams and Virginia Kelley; proof tion to the exercises. each as to what his or her various readers, who will read copy, Delos The ceremonies on the military field Nooe, Stanley Royce, Lucile Cook, duties will be on May 3. day will include regimental parade, Those who have been selected from Llewellyn Jones and Virginia Boyd; drills and other military exercises, Pumphrey, Dave The Kernel staff and the department reporters, Byron the presentation of commissions in the of journalism to take part in the pub- Alexander, E. T. Higgins, who will Officers Reserve Corps to the graddog watch, Wayman lishing of the student edition of The handle the advanced course by Gen. Leonard Tracy, Willy King, uates of the Herald, and who are expected to be general D. E. Aultman, commanding Maria McElroy, Louise Jefferson, Ros- - of present at the meeting of this staff the Fifth Army corps area, and the on April 26, are as follows: administration of the oath of office to Managing editor, Arthur Morris, (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) the officers commissioned in the organized reserve corps. Lieutenant Governor H. H. Denhardt will deliver the Meets address to the students selected to take the advanced course in military on training next year. TTV IVll-l-N Prizes and medals will be awarded 1 LI O 1 William Hanratty and John of Junior Engineers to A group representing the mechani-- l cal, electrical, and a few of the civil engineers of the junior class of the University of Kentucky will leave Lexington Monday morning, April 26, anfor Cincinnati, on the thirty-fir- st nual inspection trip of plants and mills in Kentucky and Ohio. The remaining civil engineers and thoso"in the mining and metallurgy group will start Sunday, April 25, for Birmingham, Muscle Shoals and other points of interest in the South. Two special busses have been chart- 7, ON PAGE EIGHT) who maintain an office in New York 200 Fifth avenue, where they employ a staff of buyers who are trained specialists in the buying of men's apparel. These men are in constant touch not only with the market, but with all the big eastern colleges. The new store will be in charge of Jim Strauss and the present plan is to use as his assistants, students from W. H. Driscoll, President of the university. The exact date of the Association Addresses Engiopening will be announced later. neering Students Wednesday ; BE GIVEN at The women students of the university will hold special programs May 8 and 9 for all mothers who accept the second annual invitation of their daughters' to visft them here. Mothers of the men students in Lexington have also been invited, but due to the lack of suitable quarters, it will be impossible to entertain the boys' moth ers who do not reside in Lexington. According to Dean Franke, who is in charge of the arrangements, the guests will be entertained at various sorority houses and at Patterson hall. Plans include a tea at Maxwell Place by President and Mrs. Frank L McVey, automobile rides over the campus, dinners at sorority houses and at Patterson hall, and a musicaie by Phi Beta, Woman's musical fraternity. Last year 300 mothers were entertained by their daughters and it is expected that the attendance this year Registration will be much greater. will be held Saturday morning, May . twAn a in naffmiifa the exact number of visitors. A definite outline the program for the two days to be had will be published later. Students Invited to Alumni Affair Tomorrow Night upper-clnssme- n CONTINUED The speaker for the monthly convocation of the students of the university, Friday, May 7, at 10 o'clock, will be Dr. Edward D. Starbuck, professor of philosophy, in the State University of Iowa. A graduate of the University of Indiana and Harvard College, Dr. Starbuck has been affiliated with the State University of Iowa, as professor of philosophy, since 189G. He is an authority in this line of work and besides his work as a professor has written several books. Dr. Starbuck will also be the principal speaker at the banquet to be given by the Graduate Club of the university in the palmroom of the Phoenix hotel on the evening of May Kaufman Clothing Company To Women Students Invite Parents buying advantages, as the Kaufman To Second Annual Program ; Clothing Company is connected with Large Attendance Is the Affiliated Clothiers, an organization composed of 76 big retail stores Expected This Year TO To Give Dance will be invited to attend the annual senior ball, which is to be held May 28. This rule was made by the senior ball committee in a meeting last Sunday afternoon. The plan devolved from a discussion in which facts were shown that Kentucky is one of the few universities where anyone but seniors attend the "senior ball." The committee put through a modification of this by ruling that seniors, of course, will be allowed to ask anyone they wish and that junior boys will be allowed stag bids. That is, a senior boy may escort a girl from any of the classes and a senior girl may ask a boy from any class for an escort. No "date" bids will be issued any- one bu'i sen'ors- - All seniors will bo nsketl to cooperate with the committee in mnlinn fVin affair ilVnl I lal Vol If fill Onjy "Senior Exercises Are First Fea- leading parts. The concert ture; Mortar Board To music festival Pledge All men students of the university will be privileged to vote for May Queen and her attendants at the election to be held Monday, April 2G. A voting booth will be located on the campus directly in front of the Ad- NO. 20 The Annual Senior Ball on May 28 Speaker Is ophy MAUh;,tLtUlUINb DANCE NIGHT APRIL 23, 1920 Talk Dr. Starbuck Only Seniors Will Have Dates at At ConvocationToMay 7 PI ANS Eliiah" Oratorio Jl,Be ATTEND ASSOCIATION IN GYM TOMORROW OF KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY VOL. XVI AID THE ALUMNI To Speak by Radio Professor Hooper To Lecture on Dairy Development over WLW Deliver Commencement Address June 9; Accepts Prof. John Other Invitations department, Wi 1 1 Dr. Frank L. McVey has accepted the invitation of the Vanderbilt ad ministrators to deliver tho commence ment address at Vanderbilt Univers-ity- , Nashville, Tenn., Juno i), it was announced this week. President McVey will also mako the commencement address at Converse College, Spnrtansburg, S. C, High school and the Paris High school during the first week in June. He will leave toduy for Washington, D- - C, to attend tho meeting of the educational division of the Research Council of which he is Following the Washinga ineniber. ton visit ho will go to New York to attend to matters pertaining to tho university. Nati-ion- al Diet; Gives His Banquet Had Been Opinion of the Speeches and Speakers (By LeROY SMITH) Well, nil us which writes for The Hooper, head of the dairy Kernel give ourselves n banquet down College of Agriculture, to the Lafayette last Friday night. About G:H0 the whole benzine floor will address a radio audience through , was cluttered up with hungry report- I WLW. Crosley station, I'TSi ers' nm1, from the stnipede that come Tuesday evenincr. May 4, 0,r when thc cook say.s' C0,,V nn,, o'clock. His subject is to be unuy get it before I throw it out,' you d Development in Kentucky. of thought the whole crew hud gone Prof. Edwin Uoou, lieaa oi tne tie- - n a diet all week, j told Artie Morris, ho hadn't ought partment of animal husbandry in tho tun i fY.w. fiuul (ill tlio niirhL nf A irripnHiirit. siinko at this i .,, I. I looked the mob over when same station last Tuesday, April 20, ,efore. m.l R,.n Umt tin. Invi. fm. Ma RiiMpnt "Kentucky's i...i A.lunntnir.w ns .1 T,ivo Stock State" fJnn l..wl li.x.n !KI1.,I ll II VOl'V Thc arrangements for this series of democratic basis, and with the Wi talks were made by Thomas Cromwell, that everybody was free and equal, secretary of the Thoroughbred iorseuie acuuy was repreenie associate in, a national organization oi the business ami mccnnnicn tiepari-- 1 linrKpmen. organized for the nurnose ment was there in force, morns umi of informing the world of tho oppor- - me that the whole Kernel stall was to Utilities for stock raising in the Blue bo invited, but I seen that most of the mere aiso. . subscribers was finish state. We finally got parked around the tables in the most strategic position tQ nttack the rationS( and j observed Umt l wa(J nnchoml between a cute Virginia mUe SwcUiah Bjrj nainw Cnnrnv mut-- or if,i(iv nn,i vivi-ini- .i les8 Frenchi Thcro was enough artil- - planted around my napkin to drive anybody crazy tryin' to figure out which I was least likely to cut myt tm.oat with (Jives Etiquette Lesson I says to Kelley to quit usin napkin for a necktie, and put it iii lfejl hI. She come back at nn y pijllinJJ U kllife lllul fork Ollt of D1.V piMlkljl ' "" r 1 ough she d nee d her " " , V , u,u" ""h" ' the whole dinner, I done. j i 1 Din-in- (CONTINUED ON PAGK