Contest Open to All Students
Any mnn or woman rogulnrly enrolled ns n student in n college of the
United States who has n fnvorite
actor or actress or n fnvorlto piny seen
during 1925, will have an opportunity
to express this preference in the panes
of Theatre Magazine.
A prize contest is nnnounced in detail in the January issue featuring prizes which
total $125, for the best answers on
affording college students an opportunity to express themselves on dramatic subjects of vital interest to
nvnrv nnn (n thn mlintrv ntwl in tirlnip
Theatre Magazine in closer contact
with the thinkincr men and women of
the universities who have interesting
things to say on the drama and the
The judges of this contest, which
closes February 1, luzo, win dc law-to- n
Mncknll, editor and writer; Gilbert Seldcs, critic and Arthur Horn-bloeditor of Theatre Magazine.
taking "con" examinations because
their grades were below par and must
be brought up to C or they will be
dropped by the wayside.
seem from these figures that State is
ndt the only plnce where students are
forced to burn the kerosene to remain
and become more collegiate.
'CAT BASKETBALL SEASON TO
OPEN WEEK FROM TOMORROW
Depauw University Five Will Come to Lexington For Game;
Team Appears Formidable On Eve of
Bnsketball lovers in and around
Lexington, and particularly those of
Scotch students applaud their pro- the University of Kentucky will havo
fessors and American classmates an opportunity to witness this winter
sotne of the strongest court teams in
The contest is for the purpose of when they enter the room.
the Middle West and South in action
on the local floor. Starting on December 19, the season will extend up to
the last week in February, the time
.hat marks the beginning of the
Southern Conference tournament.
The season will bo opened on December ID when the Depnuw Univer-Jit- y
five will be the guests of the
Last year this Hoosler out-f- it
was regarded as one. of the strongest in Indiana. On January 5, dircct-- y
after the holidays the Blue and
Before you go home for
White basketeers will go to Blooming-to,
Ind., where they will play the
the holidays, form the
University of Indiana five. This
habit of dropping in at the
will be followed by a game with
Berea College on January 9. Bcrca
vent through the season Inst year
vithout a defeat, and as a result of
heir remarkable Bhowing, they laid a
tlaim on the Kentucky bnsketball
As Kentucky had a
nuch better team, and their victories
had boen more impressive, the WildMAXWELL AND LIME
cats were awarded the title, with
Three major teams Georgia Tech,
Alabama and Auburn play here on
January 16- February 1 and FebruWe are now operating under new
ary 8, respectively. On February 11
Come in and get acquainted with
the 'Cats start on their southern trip,
Lewis, and Doc. Cooper, expert barbers.
Christmas Is Coming
Student's Barber Shop
According to reports of the post-offiof Columbus, Ohio, two and one-ha- lf
tons of mnil nro received ench
playing Tennessee on February 11, week by the students of Ohio Stnte
at Knoxvillc; Georgia at Athens, on University. Someone go find what
the following day, nnll Clemson, at our quota is.
Clemson, on February 14. Vanderbilt
will come to Lexington and play the
ror faking his nnmu
last game on the Wildcat schedule, at ISucknell was forced ato freshman
double sign; the front one giving his
So far the schedule is incomplete.
nnme and the rearmost one giving the
"Daddy" Boles has expressed his intention of getting two or three additional games to round out the pro-
Franke ,Says Although
mere is JNo Kule Against
It, Tradition Here Makes
HAS GREATLY INCREASED
e careful in the selection
your hats. Consider their style
and their quality.
Styled for young men
The Wildcat squad has been holding
who are going
in an effort to
brilliant page of Kenwrite another
tucky basketball history are Captain
Carey, Helm, McFarland, Underwood,
Jenkins, Mohney, Phipps, Alberts,
Sharpe, Steele, Kittrell and Elliot.
The schedule, ns it now stands, is
December 19 DcPauw at Lexington.
January & Indiann at Bloomington.
January 9 Berea at Lexington.
January 1C Georgia Tech at Lexington.
February 1 Alabama at Lexington.
February 8 Auburn at Lexington.
February 11 Tennessee nt Knox-vill-
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Letters nre given each year to the
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Students who were fortunate enough
to be tuned in on- station WCAP at
Washington, D. C, last Monday evening at 9 o'clock, no doubt heard that
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One hundred and fifteen students at
the University of Dorth Dakota ure
A CHRISTMAS PRESENT
The largest faculty in any American college is the faculty of the University of Minnetota which numbers
The Phoenix Hotel
"Sports and Health" for Bene
fit of Near East Relief
February 12 Georgia at Athens.
February 14 Clemson at Clemson.
February 20 Vanderbilt at
namely. "Red" Grange, make his talk
Prompted by the publication of the on "Sports and Health," which he
jtand of numerous colleges and uni- gave for the benefit of the Near East
versities of the Middle West against Relief.
woman students smoking, Miss Vir"Red" spoke in New York and the
ginia E. Franke, dean of the women mesuge was broadcast from Weshing-ton- .
it the ' University of Kentucky, said
He told of his career as a player
hat though there was no rule against and why he decided to be an iceman.
t at the university, onie was not He spoke of the importance of good
ecessary since tradition here was living in its relation to football and
.gainst it. A similiar position was other sports. He emphasized plenty of
aken by Miss Hilda Threlkeld, prin- sleep and lots of good food and hard
cipal of Hamilton College, who said work as essentials to an outstanding
hat smoking among the girls of that athlete. Grange said that coordinanstitution would be "frowned upon." tion of muscles and mind and quickCasual observation within the past ness of thought came only through
averal years alone is necessary to these methods of training. In fact,
etermine that smoking among girls he said that he had trained all his
nd women of the nation has increas-- d life and this constant training brought
alarmingly within that time. Per-.a- him to his present position in the foot
it is a fad which will pass, some ball world.
bservers aver, but at any rate the
In closing the program featuring!
;rowth has been steady. Much
the talk by Grange, the announcer
has been aroused by the situa- gave a brief talk on "Red" and said ,
tion in several larger eastern
that he had expected a naming "RedMost of them prohibit smok-i- g head" to walk into the studio but was
but at least one or two allow the disappointed when he found that
to amuse themselves with their Grange's hair was not really .bright
ed but more of a dull auburn. It is
Throughout Ohio there is an un-e- evident that the program caused no
and university officials have been .ittle interest as many local people reluestioned concerning the situation. port having heard the "Phantom from
The result shows that officials of Illinois." .
hese institutions fell that tradition
.nd pride will stamp out or effective-- y
limit smoking among women stud-;nt- s.
Such is the opinion of the Uni(Continued From Page Four)
versity of Kentucky dean of women.
There has been smoking by women
t the University of Kentucky. One Alpha Mu is the name of the first
imoked at the dance in the basketball
building Thanksgiving night but she College. One half of its endeavors will
was not a student. Several sorority be given over to the study and aphouses have rules which prohibit preciation of standard literary works.
smoking there. A similiar condition
The freshmen of the University of
exists at the University of Illinois
where the sororities have traditions Kansas, who find their present caps
igainst it. The University of Illinois inadequate for colder weather, will
be permitted to wear red ear muffs.
prohibits puffing on the campus.
The majority of the colleges and
Michigan State College is planning
universities of Illinois have rules prowrestling
hibiting smoking by women students on holding an
and in the others custom frowns, upon
it. Northwestern University and the All students except freshmen and
University of Chicago have no rules those having monogram in the sport
are eligible. Twelve men have enteragainst it.
Throughout hio there is an un- ed the match to date. There are
written law against it although in seven classes of weights from 115
some cases the rule is specific in pro- pounds to the heavyweights and the
hibiting smoking. Some college and winner and runner-u- p
university officials are quite emphatic gold and silver medals.
in denouncing the puffing
One hundred and fifty dates a year
In the Southern colleges and universities, as there is here, there is with 150 different girls is the aim of
club recently organized by the men
some smoking, but in general very a
little in comparison with the number of the University of Michigan.
of students in the institutions. Cer- man is eligible for .membership only
after he has been in the company of
tainly there is no likelihood of a
of the Bryn Mawr action in a good looking girl, and upon initiathe South, especially at the Univer- tion must give the name and address
of the woman.
sity of Kentucky.
Rehabilitation work conducted at
the University of Florida for the benefit of disabled World War veterans
has accomplished much good. A special farm has been provided expressly
forhem where they are taught
of cultivation of crops.
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blades las t longer
A student recently appeared on the
campus of the University of Colorado
Oxford bags. Later he
was found unconscious and the trousers waving fronf n tree nearby.
UNIVERSITY GIRLS! Students Hear Grange
Speak Over Radio
WILL NOT SMOKE
Famous "Redhead" Talks On1
name he used. A false face worn on
the bnck of his head augmented the
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