THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Y. W. C. A.
Tho Young Woman's Christian Association installed its now cabinet at
tho regular evening service, March
19. Tho following aro tho officers for
and Scott's Nature Poetry.
tho now year: President, Miss Linda
4. A Comparison of "Cotter's Sat- Purnell;
vico president, Miss Jano
urday Night" and "Snow Bound."
Dickey; treasurer, Miss Mary Hamilf. Charles Dickens' Impressions of ton; secretary, Miss Frances Dawes.
Miss Purnell has shown great InPapers must bo in before April 20.
terest In tho work and tho association
will have one of Its most prosperous
Alphl XI Delta.
years under her direction and manTho mombers of Alpha XI Delta so agement.
rorlty entertained with a tea at their Miss Dickey has served on tho cabchapter houso on Grosvcnbr Avenue inet for tho past two years as chairFrldny afternoon In honor of their man of tho Social Servlco Committee,
Tho large guest list In- nnd has merited her election to tho
many of their friends in tho vice presidency.
city and members of other sororities
Although Miss Hamilton has never
In tho University.
served on the cabinet, her work in
PHILOSOPHIAN CON-TES- T
WILL BE APR. 26
Each year tho PhiloBophian Literary Society offers tho Darker prize
for excellence In declamatory and literary ability. For tho best essay submitted on tho given subjects a prize
of $12.50 for the purchase of books
will bo given. For tho best declamation In tho' annual declamatory contest, which Is held April 26 in tho
chapel, an equal amount will bo offered.
All members of tho society aro eligible, and thoso who contemplate entering arc urged to begin work at
onco. Any information desired can
The Owensboro Club dance at the
.be obtained from Miss Marie Becker,
Armory Saturday afternoon was all
president of tho society.
Tho subjects for tho essays are as that was expected of it, which means
that It was a success in every sense
of the word.
1. Southern War Lyrics.
The officers of tho club, Mr. R. E.
Miss Purnell has chosen for her
Hundley, president', Miss Martino
following young women:
president, and Mr. Floyd cabinet tho
3. A Comparison of Wordsworth's
'Jhairman of Bible Study, Mist Myrtle
Potts, secretary and treasurer, receivSmith; chairman of Program Comed the guests.
mittee, Miss Mildred Graham; poster,
Miss Celia Cregor;
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Mrs. J. H. Kastle was elected preschairman, Miss Marie Becker; memident of the Alumnae Club of the University of Kentucky at its meeting bership, Miss Leila Gault; choir, Miss
Saturday afternoon. Other officers Helen Burkholder. music, Miss
Geisel; room, Miss Ruby Asher;
326 W. Main St., Lexington.
elected were Mrs. Charles J. Smith,
social, Miss Emma Halton;
vice president, and Miss Marguerite
News of the
service, Miss Kathleen 'Garrow.
McLaughlin, .secretary-treasureTimes a Week
Miss Purnell is to be congratulated
on her excellent cabinet. Some of the
Lecture at Phoenix.
Professor E. F. Farquhar will con- members have served
others are new in the work. With
tinue his series of lectures for the
College Club at the Phoenix Hotel Miss Purnell and. her splendid cabinet,
year greater and bigger than ever
this afternoon at 4 o'clock. His sub- a
b;iore is expected for the Y. W. C. A.
ject will be "The Pentecost of
Pnrcell's Store News
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DR. CROISSANT SPEAKS
Professor Farquhar delivered his
lecture on "The Philosophy of Drama"
before the Woman's Association of
Georgetown College, Tuesday
Dr. D. W. Croissant, Professor of
English in the University of Kansas,
wiir address the student body on the
subject of "Simplified Spelling" at
chapel hour Friday, March 24.
Doctor Croissant will come under
the auspices of the English Club, at
the invitation of Professor Dantzler.
His subject Is one of interest to all
students, and his audience should be
a large one.
The Horace Mann Society held its
regular meeting Thursday evening,
Mr. W. J. Foster read an interest
ing paper on "Habits," and Professor
Noe delighted the society with two
of his new poems. A business meet
ing concluded the program.
TO CELEBRATE SHAKE- PEARE
Department of English is mak
to celebrate the Shakein an appropri
ate and attractive manner. Students of
"Oh hearts that break, oh thoughts
the University will present a masque
on the campus May 11, which will be
I simply dote on every line
the most ambitious attempt in that
They never are too sad for me
direction ever made by Kentucky
And though they break my very heart
I read them all with glee.
Tho Deereux players will present
several Shakespeare plays during com
For any kind of dental service call on
ranks with the Coburn Players and
Reduction in rates in effect until Tho Ben Greet troupe in tho excelApril 1 at Humphrey's.
lence of Its work, and Lexington lov17
your negatives at once.
Office hours 8 a. m. 8 p. m.
ers of the drama as well as tho University students, will have a rare op- portunlty.
I love to buy a magazine
And find a verse, a plaintive thing,
Vague, languishing, and full of woe,
We Do Watch and
Edith Sachs, Austin Lilly.
Mary Howard, Nell Craw"
Roberto Juno Sale.
Dr. J. T. Slaton
During the month of March only, we
will offer the following reductions:
Phoenix Hotel Lobby
City Phone 1854 Hotel Phone 1900
We also have a Line of Kentucky
Banners at Reduced Prices, this
Month Only !
Come Early and Make
University Book Store
The production of a Shakespearean
play Is a decided departuro from tho
usual custom of tho society In giving
a modorn drama each year, but It has
a peculiar interest during tho
celebration, and is a most
fcaturo of the literary work
of tho Phllosophlan.
Ollvla-rEdnFlanory, Kathleen Sullivan.
Maria Dow Flanory, Mario Becker.
Miss Christine Hopkins will coach
Viola Edness Kimball, Ina Darnall.
tho players, and tho tcntatlvo cast, as
announced by Miss Ina Damall, chairSENATE PICTURE.
man of tho play committee, Is as follows:
All members of tho Student Senate
Duko Orslno Anna E. Lowls, Colla Including five mombers from each
other fields has been nmplo proof of Cregor.
class will please bo in front of the
Valentine Mary Hamilton, Vivian Library Building today at 12 o'clock.
Miss Dawes has been on tho cabi- Do Laine.
Will take plcturo for Kentuckian.
net for tho past year and her readiO. M. EDWARDS.
Sir Toby Belch Celia Cregor, Eyrl
ngs to always do her part assures tho
fact that her new work will bo done
villi this same spirit.
Tho Phllosophlan Literary Society
has completed its arrangements for
tho staging of "Twelfth Night" by a
caHt of young women members of that
organization somo time during tho
month of April.
Sir Antlrow Aguecheck Maude Harmon.
Sebastian Maude Harmon,
Antonio Elizabeth Farra, Vivian
Malvollo Alma Bolser, Austin Lil-
At T. C.
Miss Cornollson: I never did know
how little I know about the Bible till
I studied Biblical literature.
always thought Dan and
were man and wife.
Miss Grimes: Well, Mao, who wore
College Stationery, Engraving
anl Die Stamping, Frat and