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Suit! MU I Ordkr $18.00 ami up
Mrs. J. C. Helburn and 'Mrs. I. B.
Helburn, of Eminence, were the guests
of Miss Esther Helburn laBt week.
Miss Mary Hamilton will spend the
week-enat her home In Cynthiana.
Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Grundy and son,
William, motored from Louisville and
spent the week-enat the Phoenix,
visiting their daughters, Misses Lillian
and Mary Grundy.
Misses Miriam Horlne and Mattie
McMurtry spent Sunday at their home
Miss Lucy Cracraft, of White Sul
phur, was at home for the week-end- .
Mr. B. F. Swinney, of Eminence, vis
ited his daughter, Miss Lula Swinney,
Mrs. J. C. Risque, of Midway, was
at the Hall Monday with her daugh
ter, Miss Juliet Lee Risque.
Misses Ina Scherrebeck and Aiice
Y. Brower, Y. W. C. A. field student
secretaries, visited the local associa
tion this week.
Miss Lavinla McDanell, of Warsaw,
came last week for a visit to her aunt,
Mrs. Flora Wooley.
Miss Roberta Green spent the week
end with friends in Richmond.
Miss Jessie Florence, who has been
employed in government service in
Stearns, has returned to the Hall.
Miss Lena Clem, of Bedford, will be
at home this week-enMrs. M. R. Houston, of Anchorage,
visited her niece, Miss Bernice Ell- wanger, Saturday.
Miss Mary Ricketts will spend the
week-enat her home in Mt. Sterling,
Miss Frances Grant was the guest
of Mrs. Louis Johnson at Sommer's
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Richardson, Miss
Ambrose Anderson, Sydney Anderson
and Saxton Richardson, of Midway,
motored in to see Miss Virginia Helen
Miss Susanne Beitz was at Kister-towith Miss Christine Keller for the
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C. R. McGAUGHEY,
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daily papers spoke very highly
of the ability and talent of the young
Boloist, and the professionals who appeared on the same platform with her
were much' impressed by her voice.
Miss Mitchell took a prominent part
in the musical activities while she All
Students of Library
was a student at the University, apTraining Are Invited
pearing in the title roles in two canTo Attend
tatas given by the Choral Society. She
was also prominent in many other stuThe Library Club will meet tomordent activities, being a member of the row afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the
Strollers, Staff and Crown and Kappa club room of the Library Building. All
students who have taken, or are taking library training, are eligible to
ARE TREATED membership and are cordially invited
to be present at the first meeting of
at Patt Hall suffered
following officers were elected
a delightful treat Monday night when The
at the May meeting: Vivian DeLalne,
"Harney's Meat House Quartet" renpresident; Elizabeth Crow, vice presidered a few vocal selections for their
dent, and Minnie Neville, secretary.
delectation. The girls responded nobAn interesting program and refreshly and the quartet was presented with
ments are promised for Friday.
many souvenirs of the occasion. The
boys reported a fine reception and an
invitation to return and torture the
Stwknti Always WsksfM
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PATT HALL PERSONALS
The first meeting of the Strollers
this year will be held in the Stroller
studio, in the basement of the Main
Building, this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
The election of a stage manager for
this year and of several officers to
take the place of those who did not
return to the University will be the
most important business on the program.
The first social event of the year on
the campus will be given In the Y. M.
C. A. rooms in the Gym Building tomorrow evening, October 6, and all
students are cordially invited to attend. The Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W.
C. A. will be the hosts and a royal
time is promised. The management
holds out music, "eats" and girls as
to male students and
music and "eats" as bait to lure the
Miss Mary Crates, of Carrollton,
was the guest of Miss Anna K. Told
"K" DANCE OCTOBER 13
Mrs. L. M. Sale and Miss Pauline
The Kentucklan dance, the first
Sale, of Frankfort, were with Miss
event of the kind this year, will be
June Sale at the Hall, Monday.
given In Buell Armory Friday evening,
October 13, and all students are inMISS MITCHELL WINS
vited to attend. The "K" dance is alPRAISE AS SOLOIST ways one of the best of the school
dances, and as it is given for the beneStudents at the University will be
fit of the University annual, no stuglad to hear of the success during
dent should be absent. A large numthe past summer of Miss Katherine
ber of alumni who will be in the city
Mitchell, an alumna of the class of
for the Jubilee will attend. The ad1916.
In August Miss Mitchell apmission has been fixed at 50 cents,
peared on the chautauqua platform in
and tickets will be placed on sale eara series of concerts and attracted
ly next week.
much favorable comment. Her concerts were given at Monteagle, Tenn.,
DEPARTMENT OF JOURNALISM
known as the "Chautauqua
year an assembly
South," where each
is held thru the entire summer. The
The Department of Journalism anmusical programs at Monteagle are
very marked nounces that until October 10 it will
featured and it was a
compliment to Miss Mitchell's ability enroll students in its class in verbal
criticism and copyreadlng
as a singer that she was engaged for
Monday, Wednesday and
- third hour
The Nasha series of five concerts.
Friday as that particular hour is open
for the work thruout the year by
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reason of the merging of other diviand Hot Chocolate at the sions in the Junior year. Students
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE majoring in other courses that journalism and who have had as much as
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UP GYM WORK
MIn Laura Spurr
wfll fhre her opening
dance of the icason, FRIDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 6
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missionary. Before leaving New York
Mr. Smith made an extended vlslf. tc
Lexington and arranged
graduate of the Alumnus" to visit him regularly.
L. E. Smith, a
University in 1911, and Johns Hopkins
University in 1915, with an M. D. degree, has gone to Kaheroon, West
Africa, where he will be a medical
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OF DEPENDABLE ACCURACY
Until Gym. Credits
Juniors and Seniors in the College
of Arts and Science and in the College
of Agriculture, who are deficient in
gymnasium work, will be required to
make it up before being granted diplomas, according to a statement made
last week by S. A. Boles, physical director. Two years' training in gym,
is required of all students enrolled in
the above named colleges and Mr.
Boles is determined to see that this
rule is enforced.
Gymnasium classes for Freshmen
'and Sophomores in the College of
Arts and Science and in the College of
Agriculture were begun last Thursday
afternoon and 214 students have enrolled in them. Gymnasium suits and
shoes are sold at cost in the physical
director's office by George Gumbert.
DR. PETER DIRECTS
WORK AT STATION
Dr. Alfred M. Peter, head of the department of chemistry at the Experiment Station and senior member of
the staff, is now acting head of the
Station until a successor can be selected to fill the vacancy caused by
the death of Dr. Kastle. It has been
officially stated that there has been
no consideration of a successor to Dr.
Kastle, and it will probably be several
weeks before any action is taken.
A special meeting of the Board of
Trustees of the University has been
called by Gov. A. O. Stanley for, October 13th, and while it is not certain
that definite action will be taken, the
question of a new head for the station
will be discussed.
Dr. Peter took up his new duties
immediately, combining the work of
director with that of his own department.
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