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5 > Image 5 of The Kentucky Kernel, October 11, 1929

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f Available PJPPl 111 'I ll l THE KENTUCKY KERNEL J. D. Purcell's Beauty Shop Student Discount of 25 per cent on all Benuty Work We Give $7.50, $10.00, $15.00 and $20.00 Waves MRS. R. JENNINGS, Proprietor Phones 66409210 Charge.Your Beauty Work tmrnmwmmmtmtmttmtttmmi B. B. SMITH & CO. CORRECT APPAREL FOR WOMEN AND MISSES 264 West Main Street In rlnlto roaming this week I dlk covered n dud in "The Sophomore" but was pleased to learn that "Gold Diggers" is above the usual Warner standard and that "Broadway" is even better than I thought It was, Next week we will have three pictures and what shoura be a smash from the Alncy Alba Players at the Opera House. TLR Congratulations go to the Kentucky Theatre for it's anniversary soavenlr projrram and the magazine published In the Joint Interests of the Strand and Ben All. They are pabllcatlons of qaallty and with the weekly program Issued by the AIney ij Alba Company provided quite a display of printed theatrical matter last week. TLR ;! "Saintly sinners" is the title of next week's offering of the Alncy the Opera jl Alba Players atMonday night.House This which will open Is a play that has been a success !j during the stock runs it has enjoyed in several other cities and it is said to be full of amusing situations and characterizations. Personally, I am awaiting with pleasure to seeing Francis Sayles in the role of a saintly deaconAll the members of this sterling company have good parts and the pieces should prove a riot. TLR j So far I have not received many answers to my plea for readers of this column to send In opinions of theatrical productions they .have .seen.. Remember that a couple of tickets are given for each one publish- ffnnntMiMnHnMHnHtm. EAT AT BENTON'S Home. 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"His Glorious Night" was directed by Lionel Barrymore, who made "Madame ," and Nance O'Nell, Hedda Hopper, Richard Carle and Katherine Dale Owen appear with the star. Incidentally, Miss Owen is from Louisville, Ky. The story is based on Ferenc Molnar's play, "Olympia." TLR It may be of' interest to some of you to know that Adolphe Menjou Is making a talking picture in Paris, for a French company which will be produced in three languages, English, French and Spanish. TLR One of the biggest "freak" motion pictures ever made is "The Four Feathers," a Paramount film, which will open at the Kentucky theatre Sunday. In New York, where it opened this summer, it was said that the talk of the town was why everybody went to see the picture. No one could answer the question. The fact that it is silent and yet Is peculiar. "The Four Feathers" claims to have the good qualities of both "Beau Gcste" and "Chang" in its makeup but I doubt it. The best parts were shot in Africa by that famous team, Cooper and Schocd-sac- k, and a typical movie story was added with the cast appearing In Hollywood studios. It is all about cowardice, bravery and that sort of thing with some of those pesky Arabs in the background. However, the animal photographs are great. The cast has Richard Arlen and Fay Wray leading with William Powell, Clivc Brook and Noah Beery in support. TLR Just to show you what an artist do for art's sake Lon Chaney is having his tonsils removed so he can put those terrible faces into words for the purpose of scaring the kiddies. I predict he will be telling bedtime stories. TLR One of the most popular lover teams on the silver sheet is com posed of Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell. under the dixtion of Frank Borzage they made "Seventh Heaven" and "Street Angel" and both pictures clicked. Trie latest production of this trio is1 "Lucky Star," a Willam Fox picture, which opens at the Ben All theatre Sunday. One of the most important facts about this Is that at the last the players begin to talk. Most of the picture is silent with the ex ception of a musical score. Some beautiful photography is seen in "Lucky Star" as well as appealing romance. Miss Gaynor has the role of a sort of down-and-owhile Farrell appears as a soldier who is confined to a wheel chair. But when the villian starts getting familiar with the heroine just watch him snap out of it and trounce the brute! Picture was well liked In most of the places it has played. TLR Now laying in Brief: "Loose Ankles," Opera House. The AIney Alba Flayers in a wise cracking, uproarious farce that Just makes you laugh. , "Broadway," Universal Picture, Ben All. The best picture in town. Do not miss. this. 'Gold Diggers of Broadway," Warner Bros. Picture, Kentucky. Some beautfiul color photography and song numbers but dumb story and direction. "The Drake' Case," Universal Pic ture, Strand. Just another court room talkie with a murder the bone of contention. PAGE FIVE will also be a section devoted to those that for reason of limited number cannot be placed in the beauty section; this division will bo known as the "Favorite Section." The picture of the girl chosen as the highest type of Kentucky beauty will be given national publicity. Newspapers over the country will carry the picture of the winner in rotogravure. The Publicity Bureau of the University will assist In the distribution of the photograph. The Louisville Courier-Journ- al will havo' a full page In their rotogravure section devoted to the beauty section of the 1930 "Kentuckian." Rules for the contest will bo announced in next week's Kernel. There will be no limit to the number of contestants, each entrant must, however, present a petition signed by at least fifty students. Organizations planning to enter one or more girls In the competition are requested to sec Mr. Barnes at once. Barnes and his assistants arc making every effort possible to assure the success of the beauty contest, and desire a large number of entrants from which to choose the one who will be known far ana wide as the University of Kentucky's Most Beautiful Co-e- ALNEY ALBA PLAYERS "SainSynners" YOU'LL ENJOY REFRESH YOUR STOCK OF SEE "LOOSE ROAD SERVICE WISE-CRACK- S ANKLES" ALL THIS WEEK .100 SEATS AT 25 CENTS Phone Ashland 1601-160- 2 LEXINGTON OPERA HOUSE Basketball Men to Report on Monday The initial basketball practice for the season will be held Monday in the Men's Oym. Coach Johnny Maucr has Issued a call for the of last year and a few of the numeral men to meet with him on that date for some preliminary training. Approximately fifteen names are on the list for the first practice. However, six of the men, Splcer, Owens, Trott, Bronston, Kleiser, and Yates, are members of the football squad and will not report until the end of the grid season. 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