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PAGEANT OPENS WORLD
Girls at Hall
Present Needs of World to
Good Audience as Y. W.
with Elizabeth Marshall, Ruth Gregory,
Fannie Heller, the teacher, nurse, and
social service worker respectively, In
attendance. Last came Margaret Harbison, the Voice of the World Fellowship, with India, Armenia, Japan,
South America, represented by Edna
Smith, Lena Lady, Thompson Van Der-eand Alberta Wilson, respectively.
mental trainindood to
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SMITH AND BLAKEY
"The Call of the New World," a specgirls
tacular pageant with twenty-thre- e
participating, was presented at the
meeting of the Y. W. C. A. Sunday
night, March 30, at Patterson Hall, under the direction of the World Citizenship Committee.
The pageant was sent from the Publication Department of the National
office of the Y. W. C. A. for use in the
world fellowship campaign which was
put on Tuesday and Wednesday In the
In it the Spirit of the
Association introduces four voices of
the New World, the "Voice of the
United War Fund Campaign, who
comes with full hands, to express her
gratitude for the money given by those
who contributed to the fund last fall,
the Voice of the Eight Week Clubs,
who asks for volunteers to carry on
the Eight Week Club work, The Voice
of Vocational Conferences, who begs
girls to enter the field of service as
teachers, nurses, physicians, social
workers, and the Voice of World Fellowship, who presents the needs of
girls in other lands, and pleads for help
to carry the benefits of Christian education to them.
Elizabeth McGowan took the part of
the Spirit of the Association. The other characters were represented by the
following: The Voice of the United
War Fund Campaign, Minerva Sue
Boardman, following her, Kathleen
Brand, representing the Y. M. C. A.,
Lorraine West, the Y. W. C. A.; Evelyn
Thomas, the American Library Association; Esther Harris, the Salvation
Army; Lucy Cracraft, War Camp Community Service; Amelia Voters, the
Jewish Welfare Association; Marguerite Yarbro, the Catholic Welfare Association. Next in the procession came
Margaret Woll, the Voice of tho Eight
Week Clubs, who was attended by
Mary Elizabeth James, tho athletic
phase of eight week clubs; Nancy
Smock, tho vocational phase, and Hal-liKay Fryo, tho inspirational development. Mina White took tho part of
the Voice of Vocational Conferences,
mon, mon of sports ''(jdlf,
Tor everybody, ovorywhoro,
tho year round. Bovo is halo
refreshment for wholesome
drink. Ideal for tho atnloio
or tho m&ui in physical or
the campus that he has seen Whaley,
one of his former
times In France. At the time of the
writing of the last letter he was going
toward the Swiss border and seemed
much perturbed that he was not headed for home.
WIN UNION DEBATE
S. W. Smith and H. M. Blakey,
speaking for the Union Literary Society, won a decisive victory over V. C.
Swerengen and Harold McGregor, representatives of the Patterson Literary
Society, in the first of a series of
debates held in the club rooms
on the third floor of the Gym building,
last Friday night. The subject debated
was "Resolved, That the United States
Senate should adopt the constitution
of the League of Nations." The affirmative side was argued by the Union,
while Patterson upheld the negative.
The debate was held before the two
societies in joint session. Instead of
Judges, the vote of the audience was
THOMAS CHOSEN TO
HEAD WILDCAT TEAM
At a meeting of the 1919 basketball
"K" men held Tuesday afternoon in
the Athletic office, Henry Thomas was
elected captain of the Wildcats for
next winter. "K" men who were present at the meeting and entitled to vote
were: J. C. Everett, Robert Burnham,
J. A. Dishman, and Henry Thomas.
Thomas is a Sophomore in Mechanical Engineering, and a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. He has
played with the Kentucky quintet for
two years, and was a member of the
Lexington High School team before
entering the University. He Is also
prominent on the baseball diamond.
Have Your Pictures Made
SPARE THE GRASS!
The parts of the campus which were
tramped down and denuded of grass
by the activities of the recent vocationARMY SERGEANTS TO
al army camp, are being plowed up in
ASSIST MAJOR BYARS preparation for grass which will be
planted soon. Superintendent Whipple
Three army sergeants just returned is hoping that students will begin now
from France, came to Lexington last to
with him in abolishing
week to assist Major Byars, at the paths across grass plots on the
R. O. T. C. headquarters in Buell Armory. While their official titles will
be "Assistant Instructors of Military "FRESHIES" PROMISE TO
Science and Tactics," some of their
GIVE GOOD DANCE
work will bo clerical, tho they will inTho annual dance of the "Freshies"
struct the companies in the more ad- promises to be a pleasant acair of Satvanced military tactics, being espe- urday afternoon from 2:30 to 5:30 in
cially fitted for this work by their ex- Buell Armory. Smith's orchestra will
periences in France.
furnish the music with a special proThe three sergeants are Chas. K. gram for eight
Lunt, who lived in Massachusetts,
Jesse Stone, in Georgia, and Clarence ENGLISH CLUB AT MISS JEWELL'S
Kinney, in Indiana, boforo Joining tho
Miss Frances Jowell will entertain
army. Each man saw about two years' tho English Club at a buffet dinner to
be given Monday evening, April 7, at
her homo on Ashland avenuo. No forTHEY ALL WANT
mal invitations are being issued, but
TO COME HOME it is hoped that every member will bo
"Wo do everything but go toward a
boat for homo," writes Henry Hnggin, KAPPA DELTA
graduate of tho College of Agriculture
in tho class of 191S and now In servEpsilon Omega chapter of Kappa
ice in the army in Franco.
Delta will have Us initiation and anHaggln has been in Franco for about nual banquet Saturday night at tho
eight months and writes a friend on Phoenix Hotel.
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