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hone 1550-In tho oratorical contest which wns
Classes have been organized at the
ing tho intermission at tho Junior
held in chapel last Friday morning,
University of Oregon for special inProf. Farquhar, Dr. Terrell William Shlnnick, of Sholbyvillo, rep- Prom Friday night, tickets will bo on struction for tho purpose of correctOffice Thursday
salo at tho Business
and Mr. McComas Are
resentative of tho Patterson Literary
ing defoctivo feet of girls.
opSociety, was victorious. Ho was
and pointed toed shoes have
Every student attending tho dance
posed by Clarence Clark, of Owcns-borin ad- a tendency to produce flat feet. A
should buy his lunch ticket
who represented tho Union Litonly
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thrco had "good" feet, and not one
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Dy winning in this contest Mr. Shin-nicA celebration In honor of the ter
take caro of a definite number of peo-pl- had a
will have tho honor of repre2 NEW SHOWS WEEKLY
save the tedious delay waitnnd
spearo's death, was hold in chapel senting tho University of Kentucky
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ing for servlco in tho cafe.
Monday morning under the auspices in the intercollcgiato oratorical conPatronize Our Advertisers
of the English Club. Professor E. F. test which is to ibe held in Danville,
GLEE CLUB RETURNS
Farquhar anl Dr. Glanville Terrell de- May 12.
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were delivered In
livered addresses, and William
The two orations
of Columbus Hall
a former the best style before a large audience.
Comas, of Lexington,
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Shakespearean actor with the Mar Mr. Shinnick's subject was: "Ameri- several months. According to a state
lowe & Southern Company, gave a ca and the Age of Ideals." Mr. Clark ment of Director Bennett, the gleemen
reading from Hamlet. Miss Rebecca spoke on "Americans for America." are twenty excellently trained musiSmith presided.
cians. Tho Mandolin Club is of ex
The judgeB were Professor C. R.
Professor Farquhar spoke on "The
Professor T. T. Jones and Pro- ceptional merit, while tho quartet Is
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He fessor E. F. Farquhar.
said to eclipse any that has represent
dwelt upon the genius of the man
ed the University In several years.
and showed that talent and genius
Features of the Glee Club program
107 WEST MAIN STREET
were widely different. "To be talentwill consist of several songs by Miss
BEST SODA FOUNTAIN IN THE
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ed," said Professor Farquhar, '.'Is to
Elsie Bennett, of the Lexington Col
CITY. FINE HOME-MADbe gifted in one direction and is even against war. The first was a moral lege of Music, and selections from
hereditary; genius, on the other hand,
reason, based on the commandment, the violin of Edwin
Is never transmitted, but depends on
The management of the Glee Club
"Thou Shalt Not Kill."
a very active
The second argument was an eco- will probably schedule
William McComas was next on the nomic one, based on the enormous de- gagements and if possible book a tour
through the central
program. In his characteristic manner
When you contemplate
struction of property caused by war. ing expedition
securing Life or Acciwith a peculiarly impressive style heHe stated that ,n the aat twenty.f0ur part of Kentucky. A more definite
dent & Health Insurance
read parts of Hamlet and held the in- hours $85,000,000 worth of property program of the club's performance will
ask the K. S. U. student
terest of his audience throughout.
had been ruined. The annual amount be announced later.
representing a conservaDr. Glanville Terrell spoke on the
t on war per annum amounts to
tive, Boston, Mass. , Commuch debated subject, "Who is Will $30,000,000,000.
pany to submit a proposiiam Shakespeare?"
He said that as
The biological argument was the
(I e3d raojj ponnpuoo)
much as he admired Greek drama he
third valid reason given against war,
had to concede that Shakespeare is The superior and best men of a nation
Office Sergeant-- M.
ance. He will apthe world's master dramatist.
Dr.are alway8 kuled( leavIng the weak Company A. Captain, C. R. Beland;
preciate your BusiTerrell, in contrasting the English and
Five miUIon men have First Lieutenant, L. D. Taylor; First
Greek drama, said: "If a Greek could already been Ulled and 10(0oo,000 Sergeant, J. L. Sallee.
Address 406 City Bank Bldg.
have heard a play of Shakespeare, he'malmed for life. He cited the fact
Company B. Captain, E. M. Cobb;
would have said, 'what a wonderful
that although the men gladly gave up First Lieutenant, T. Wilson; Second
lives for their country, the wo- Lieutenant, J. G. Stewart. First SerSuits Made to Order
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men and children suffered most dur- geant, M. W. Smith.
Company C. Captain, D. R. Ellis;
DESIGNS BUNGALOW In defining the peace movement, Mr. First Lieutenant, F. R. Granger; Sec
Holt said: "The peace movement is1 ond Lieutenant, R. L. Sauer; First
Miss Virginia Anderson, daughter the process of doing between the na- - Sergeant, C. W. Clark.
of Professor F. Paul Anderson, mem- - tions what has been done within the
Company D. Captain, H. A.
ber of the home arts class, designed nations."
First Lieutenant, W. P. Ringo;
Mr. Holt said that The Hague was Secotid Lieutenant, E. S. Lawson;
the bungalow which was accepted as
a model by the vote of the class. Mr. not a failure, but on the other hand First Sergeant, E. E. Plank.
Connell, decorator for the March Fur- - had proved a success sixteen out of
Company E. First Lieutenant, Clar'
niture Company, demonstrated to the seventeen times.
ence Clark; First Sergeant,
class how the (bungalow could be decThe theory of the World's Peace So- Neal.
ciety was to have international police
orated and furnished throughout.
Band Captain and Drum Major, T.
After the lecture Mr. March enter- - and an international league of peace C. MoCowan; First Lieutenant, W. F.
tained the class with refreshments, for settling disputes between nations Cody; First Sergeant, A. Glickman.
Mr. Connell's next lecture
will be and although it might never come
Color Sergeants D. J. Sullivan and
given itiuiiua, inny i, on xexiues, about, the idea was out and could not R. Herndon.
Their Origin and Use."
Professor Anderson was greatly
Hunt; Corporal, M. A. McDonald.
pleased with the success of his daugh
ter and has promised her that he will
bluld the house designed by her, ac
cording to her own plans.
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