THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Program of Work."
Wednesday, "The Registrar's Office
a Laboratory for Administrative Officers." (With special reference to in
formation a president should have for
use in making his budget).
Thursday, "The Registrar's Office
a Laboratory for the Department of
10:00 a. m. Special Lecture Course
Tuesday, "Operating Costs for the
Registrar's Office," Maple Moores,
Secretary to the Registrar, University
Wednesday, "Academic Simplicity,"
by Ernest C. Miller, Registrar of the
University of North Dakota.
Helen A. Stanley, Recorder, University of Kentucky.
Friday, "Pro Rata Costs for Deter- mining Administrative Budget,"
Frank L. McVey, President of the
University of Kentucky.
11:00 a. m. Techniques Employed in
Self Surveys of Colleges and Universities, Floyd W. Reeves, Professor of
Education, University of Kentucky.
Monday, "Problems Relating to the
Self Survey of Colleges and Universities."
Wednesday, "The Instructional
Friday, "The Computation of Unit
11:00 a. in. Mental Tests, J. B.
Miner, head of Department of Psychology, University of Kentucky.
Tuesday, "Sectioning Classes by
Thursday, "Development and Pres
ent Use of Mental Tests."
1:30 p. m. Series of Conferences
on the Technique of the Office, Ezra
L. Gillis, Registrar of the University
of Kentucky, presiding.
Monday, "Registration Procedure.'
Tuesday, "Admissions," (Accredit
ing Agencies, Conditional Credit, De
Wednesday, "Records .and Tran
Thursday, "Data That Should Be
Kept in the Registrar's Office."
2:30 p. m. Statistical Analysis and
Graphical Presentation of Data, C.
C. Ross, Professor of Education, University of Kentucky.
Monday, "Nature and Purpose of
Statistics and Graphics. The Tabula
tion of Data. Frequency Tables and
Tuesday, "Purpose and Calculation
of Averages or Measures of Central
Tendency, the Median and Mean. Com- -
Wednesday, "Purpose and Calculation of Measures of Variability. Various Kinds of Deviation. Types of
Thursday, "Occupational Distribution of Parents of Students in Kentucky Colleges," Cella Taylor, Secretary College of Education, University
3:00 p. m. Thursday, Trip through
the Blue Grass.
3:30 p. m. Statistics for Registrars. S. E. Leland, Professor of
Economics. University of Kentucky.
"Measures of Central
Tuesday, "The Significance of Aver
"Measure of Correla
Evening Session, Thursday, April 17
6:00 p. m. Those attending the in
stitute and the sectional association
meeting will be the guests of the uni
versity at dinner in the University
Cafeteriaf W. N. Beetham, Registrar
of Marshall College, president of the
association will preside.
Address, "Standards for Accrediting
Colleges," Floyd W. Reeves, Professor
of Education, University of Kenutcky.
Address, "Who Should Go to Col
lege?" President McVey.
Room Assignments Mrs. Stanley,
MEN'S GLEE CLUB RETURNS
FROM ANNUAL SPRING TRIP
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TO ENJOY THEIR ,DT?7TI7II7
OWN BANQUET, APRIL 17
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Brown, Cyrus Poole, Henry Mad-doJohn Beam.
a. The Bell Man
Instrumental Quartette ....Selected
Lorraine Yost, Cyrus Poole
C. A. Lampert
John R. Beam
a. The Bells of Saint Mary's .
7. a. Banjo Specialty Frank1 Brown.
b. Banjo Duet Frank Brown and
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amusement of such a discriminating
hops and, high unit is seemingly in better condition,
the part of Henry Jordan in the play audience,
if youll this year than ever before, and every
"Icebound." He is a member of the jumps hitherto
Kappa Alpha fraternity and a junior pardon the Cockney used in the cause man is doing his best to keep the
in the Arts and Sciences College.
distinguish college rating which was
of circus diction.
Henrietta Blackburn Is Heroine
There'll be a place at our banquet secured last year at the expense of
Every play must have a heroine or for the dilletante and the flapper, the several other institutions of very high
else it falls flat and in the character sensation chaser, the modernist, the merit.
of Isabel Blyds is found a most ex- materialist and the aesthete.
cellent heroine. This part is taken
of the culinary art will tickle LOST Gold Sigma Chi pin between
by Henrietta Blackburn who as a the palate, brilliant 'speeches will in- Tavern and Kappa Delta house. Finmember of the cast of "Icebound" last trigue the intellect, entrancing music der call Henry Mortimer, 5185.
year proved her ability as an actor. will stir the senses.
Miss Blackburn is a sophomore and
To be blunt for we've used all the
a member of the Chi Omega sorority, big words in our vocabulary you'd
Y. W. C. A.
Mary Virginia Hailey as Marion the better take that last half dollar and
ANNOUNCES NOMINATIONS admiring and
jof buy your ticket to do a little society KODAKS
Oliver Blayds gives a splendid charDEVELOPING and PRINTING
for there's a big banquet April 7
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) acterization. Miss Hailey has studied and you're expected to come.
129 W. Short St.
and taken part in many dramatic pro- erine Best, Louise Rogers.
ductions at Miss Kendrick's School in
Under graduate representative
Cincinnati. This is her first appearMargaret Gooch and Mildred Kidd
ance on the campus of the University
In any nominations of this sort, it of Kentucky as she entered the uniOur fountain is equipped for the best
is only fair that the student body at versity only last fall. She is a mem
fancy drinks and sandwiches
large may Tsnow the qualifications of ber of the Kappa Delta sorority.
the various candidates, their ability,
The part of William Blayds-Coand past interest and cooperation, in 'way, the nervous and precise son-iorder that a careful consideration may law and secretary ol Blayds the poet
be given before any final vote is cast, is admirably portrayed by Benjamin
The election of these officers will Van Meter, a member of the Kappa
take place on April 5 and 6 and a Alpha fraternity.
table for this purpose will be placed
Oliver, the young son of William,
in the hall of the administration build is presented by Leonard Weakley, a
hoped that every woman freshman in the university and i
ing. It is
COLLEGE BOYS' TAILOR
216 S. lime
student on the campus will vote.
member of the Delta Tau Delta fra
THE KERNEL IS HOST Minna Hagerdon, also a freshman
TO ANNUAL BANQUET at the university, is cast for the part
of Septima, the unruly daughter of
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natural and realistic characterization,
Yeaman Takes Part
constitutes a good banquet, meaning
"Simp" Estes, once editor
A. Y. Yeaman, who is well known
of The Kernel but since reformed, was in the dramatic field of the university
present so long as any food was going as he has taken part in both Romany
around. As soon as that ceased, he and the Stroller productions is tak
pretended his services were needed in ing the part of A. L. Royce. Those
the news room of the Herald and de- who have seen him in the role of
m im m
mi-w iw m
Marchbanks in "Candida" know his
Professoi Grehan (that's "Uncle ability. He is also helping Mr. Sax
Enoch," you know) acted a s on with the directing of the play. He
toastmaster in his "usual classical and
a member of the Phi Delta Theta
scholarly manner." Johnny Bullock, fraternity and a sophomore in the
was the first speaker university.
The stiffly correct and politely
of the evening. He said nothing in
his usual charming manner. Manag polished butler or rather handy man
exof the play is taken by Thomas
Plummer followed his
ample. Miss Martha, Minihan, society Adams, a member of the Kappa Sigma
to be present and fraternity.
editor, was unable
Miss Helen King, who once directed
Other changes have also been made
We Have a Complete Line of Easter Candies
that column, responded in her stead in the staff as Jack Griffith has been
Sigma Phi, women's honor- appointed to the place of stage man
and Novelties Attractive Baskets of "Every
ary journalistic fraternity, , then ager and is in complete charge of
Description." We invite you to come in and see.
begged time out to hold pledging serv the properties for the spring play.
ices. Three persons, all women, were
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gram was in charge of Forrest Mer,
Groups Are Named
The groups which took part in the
course this year, the leaders and the"
average attendance per centage for
the ten weeks are as follows:
Alpha Gamma Epsilon, 83.9, Dr.
Rho, 93, Dean
Alpha Tau Omega, 75.1 T. F. Zer- foss.
Delta Chi, 69.4, Dean W. E. Free
Delta Tau Delta, 89.9, Prof. Dana
Kappa Alpha, 82, Prof. B. P. Davis,
Kappa Sigma, 98, Dr. Thomas Set
Phi Kappa Sigma, 90 Prof. E. A.
Phi Delta Theta, 75, Bart N. Peak,
Phi Kappa Tau, 80, Prof. Roy More
Pi Kappa Alpha 64.4, Dean Robert
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 89, Prof.
Thompson Bryant (eight meetings).
Miss Wilson. Miss Cleveland.
Sigma Beta Xi, 80.3, Prof. T. T.
Sigma Chi, 82.2, Prof. J. C. Jones,
Miss Mores Miss Gardner, Miss Mid- Sigma Nu 88, Dean Charles Turck,
dleton. Mrs. Lee.
Following is the program of the
Triangle, 86.9, Prof. C. S. Crouse,
Fifth Annual Meeting of the Ken
346 Harrison avenue, 81, Prof. B
tucky branch of the American
sociation of Collegiate Registrars.
336 Harrison avenue, 100, Prof. E,
Friday, April 8
OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION
601 S. Limestone, 100, John Owen
for 1926-2- 7
628 S. Limestone, 84, Prof. A. B.
Beet- - Crawford.
Registrar of Marshall College.
132 Graham avenue, 86 Hoe Hurt
Secretary Margaret Kidwan, Reg'
401 Linden Walk, 100, J. H. Swee
istrar, University of Louisville.
1:30 p. m. Opening of the meeting
324 S. Upper, 100, Rev. A. R. Per
in charge of President W. N. Beet kins.
Fourth Floor Men's Dormitory," 90,
Opportunity for W. G. Woolum.
Advising Students in Their College
Career and Life Work, by E. H. Can THREE
ALUMNI ARE. ON
on, Registrar of Western State Teach
NORMAL SCHOOL FACULTY
ers College, Bowling Green, Ky.
The Best System of Making and
Preserving Permanent Records, by J, (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
R. Robinson, Registrar of George Pea
the class of '26. Last
body College for Teachers, Nashville, semesterwith was assistant instructor
in the department of journalism, leavCollege Use of Standardized Tests
ing in February to accept his present
and Other Rating Schemes, by War- position at Murray.
ren C. Lappin, Morehead State Teach
Miss Tandy was graduated from the
ers College, Morehead, Ky.
university with the class of '26 and
Round Table Discussion.
began teaching in the Normal the fol
lowing fall. Miss Bishop was a grad- pledged.
uate at the university last semester.
Miss Lucille Cook, creator of the
delightful characters of her "Squirrel
CONCERT BY UNIVERSITY Phude" column, was next called upon
BAND IS GREAT SUCCESS to tell all she knew about the egotis
tical "Akkie" and 'the modest "Ikkie.'
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LIME AND MAIN
ters are entirely imaginary and have
Gamma chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, no campus counter parts as some had
honorary musical fraternity held its imagined.
At this point Sigma Delta Chi, na
annual pledging exeercises, under the
DRY CLEANING CO.
supervision of Cyrus Poole, acting tional professional fraternity of jour
DRY CLEANING AND PRESSING
president. At this time six men from nalism, displayed themselves while
SUITS PRESSED 35 CENTS
the band and two from the glee club they pledged seven men from the
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were pledged. Their names and adQuality and Service
Kathleen Peffley, feature editor,
dresses are, C. F. Daly, Owingsville;
Forest Mercer, Owensboro;
J. B. was next to take the floor. She con
Humphrey, Lexington; R. B. Carter, cluded her remarks with a poetic narHuston-villLexington; Beecher Adams,
ration of a story that would have been
Penrose Ecton, Lexington; Clar- a scoop if it had ever reached the
We hardly think Peffley
ence Valade, Detroit, Mich., and R. F. papers.
wrote it as it was very interesting.
Doctor J. B. Miner, head of the
Frank Hoover, editor of sports
department of psychology at the uni- arose with the avowed intention of
versity, has been requested to make speaking two minutes but sat down
two talks at th'e seventh annual ses- ten seconds ahead of time. Then the
sion of the Ohio State Educational business staff which had heretofore
Conference to be held Apri 7, 8, and been heartily maligned by certain
9. This is one of the largest con- speakers from the editorial staff was
ferences of its kind in the country. given a chance to reply. Fred Conn
Both of Dr. Miner's lectures will be was their spokesman.
given on April 8. He will address the shire was evidently not satisfied for
clinical psychologists on "The Use of he supplemented Mr. Conn's remarks
Objective Measurement in Diagnosis." with a few of his own.
And at the special educational session
The two requisites of a good ban
he will talk about "Training for the quet having been satisfied, the party
"To Your Health and Happiness"
WITH A REPUTATION
QTD fX T CD
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CARL SANDBURG THRILLS
Place Your Order
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Be Delivered; at,
Lincoln's trial in a magistrate's court
on a charge of carrvine Dassencera
across a river for hire, in violation of
tne terry law of the State, a charge
oi which he was acquitted.
In Mr. Sandburg's afternoon ad
dress he spoke on American art and
poetry, gave several readings of his
own free verse composition.
several folk songs to conclude his
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Suits Cleaned and Pressed $1.25
Suits Pressed 35c
Plain Dresses Cleaned
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8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRING
Dress Making a Specialty
Bonnie Scotland produces two things that go big with college men.
Both are popular because of their exquisite blending
Colors that are as clear, yet as soft as the midnight sun designs
that are the masterpieces of a long line of artisans guided by young men
who make the likes and dislikes of college men a life study.
These are the sort of fabrics we have chosen this season for our
We Have a Full Line of Candies, Favors, Boxes and Baskets.
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That they will register with you is a foregone conclusion, especially when you
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