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7 > Image 7 of The Kentucky Kernel, December 2, 1927

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IT J ENGINEERS TO BE IN ROMANY PLAY Prof. C. M. Sax Announces That Engineering: College Seniors Will Have Charge of Production TITLE IS NOT ANNOUNCED The Romany play for March will ,by senior engineers exclu be sively; they will constitute the entire cast, act as stage hands, build the scenery, and put the play on without any outside assistance. Prof. Carol Sax, head of the Romany productions, said that the title of the play cannot be announced as yet but that it is one of the greatest plays in the English language and was wit-teby a celebrated English dramatist. He also said that John Barry-mor- e took the part of leading man in this play, in which he made one of his best hits with the public It has not been decided which one of the seniors will compete with 's success. n n, Barry-more- This idea of giving the play over to the engineers was originated by Professor Sax. who thinks that it would be valuable for the engineers to know from inside experience the routine of producing a play from the typing of the manuscript to the finished production, the casting, directing, acting, scenery, lighting effects, advertising, box office management, and cost accounting. When he found that some of the engineers could paint as well as some of the art students, he saw no reason why they could not act as well as paint. He shows his confidence in them along the lines of drama in his statement; "I feel sure it will be equal to anything the Romany has ever done in merit." This play has just one female char acter. There is only one girl in the, engineering coiiege, duc sne is not a senior, of course there are girls in the university who have some classes in that college, and then there are those who have been in the engineer ing college; so the suspense of just who this girl will be is very great. It is contemplated taking this play on the senior trip in March. However there has been no official discussion of this. Delta Tau toelta Meets Courses in Eugenics to Organize Mothers' Increase in Colleges Club to Aid Chapter American Eugenics Society ReMothers of Lexington members of Delta Tau Delta fraternity met November 18, at the chapter house and formed a Mother's Club. This is the first organization of its kind among the men's fraternities on the campus, its main object being to aid the chapter in all its activities and to form a closer bond between the mothers of the members. Mrs. T. C. Ecton was elected president of the club; Mrs. J. K. Shropshire, vice president and Mrs. Ed O'Dear, secretary and treasurer. Others who attended the meeting were Mrs. O. R. Williamson, Mrs. W. R. Davis, Mrs. B. E. King, Mrs. W. T. Fowler, Mrs. G. T. Howard, Mrs. S. B. Averett, Mrs. J. T. C. Nbe, Mrs. P. B. Benson, all of Lexington, and Mrs. B. G. Crosby, of Versailles. (Jlubs nave been organizea in many of the eastern schools, but this is lieved to be the first of its kind in the South. The next meeting of the j club will be held December JEWELERS TO -- P. EDW. VILLEMINOT Y IG3 o A statistician has figured it out that 8,500,000 women in the United States go out to work every day. This, he adds, is an increase of 4,600,-00- 0 in thirty years. Of course that doesn't count tho women who are in FANCY CRYSTALS FOR MEN'S AND LADIES' WRIST WATCHES 111-- o I Read Where business for themselves, the latter class including the women who are heads of their households and who really arc doing the world's work. N. LIME And now President Coolidge has received an urgent appeal from Colorado onion growers for assistance. We had been lead to believe that in onions there Hs strength and they didn't need anybody's help STETSON An Arkansas housewife told her husband that another advantage of present day styles is' that a woman can hang a dozen dresses in a chiffo-rob- e, whereas in the goodold days it d closet "to hold a took a couple of them.' HATS RELIGIOUS Eugenics (By J. P. Strother, Pastor of Epworth .. Methodist Church of Lexington) Society,) which has for its aim the betterment of racial standards throughout tho country, reports that the teaching of the science of eugenics in American colleges has been expanding widely since the introduction of the subject into the curricula about 25 years ago. A survey of the higher educational institutions, made by the society's committee on formal education, whoso Chairman is C. C. Little, president of the University of Michigan, reveals of the colleges are that offering instruction in human biology that may be covered by the terms The survey genetics or eugenics. covered 499 institutions. Scientists and biologists canvassed by the same committee for their opin- ions on methods of teaching the sub-- J ject agreed that caution should be to preserve the scientific aspect of eugenics instruction and prevent it from becoming sensational and They advised care in the selection of teachers, with preference given to accredited biologists, because the fundamental knowledge of the subject demands a good biological foundation. Teaching of the subject by enthusiasts was deprecated. perhaps That state universities-armore liberal in their treatment of problems qf human biology is indicated, Doctor Little points out, by the fact that state institutions of the West indulge more freely in teaching eugenics. He observes that "along with an impersonal and source of support there may hava grown up a more active appreciation of the responsibility of the individual to tho state." It was also shown that a larger percentage of he Institutions offer courses in eugenics than either the colleges for men or the colleges for women. college groups The show the largest percentage of students taking courses in the subject. New York Times. three-quarte- O- - Exchange Notes good-size- o-- DISCUSSION I panding Rapidly The American -- o I ELEMENTS OF RIGHT LIVING LHE smart style and fine quality of aStetson are merely reflections of longexperience and superb workmanship, matched by no other fine hat maker in the world. Eight Dollars and up Twenty-tw- o ' m TfttWMitfiMfifrilf MMinMMiiMliilralll-- i ii " Cooper to Study Farm Situation in the U. S. Thomas P. Cooper, director of the experiment station of the University of Kentucky, was recently made chairman of a special committee to study the agricultural situation in the United States, at a meeting of the Association ot Land Grant Colleges and Universities held in- Chicago. The committee is making a. study of reports from 41 experiment stations throughout the country, and a num ber of interseting things are being found out about the methods used. 2 Isaiah Isaiah prophesied during, or just following, the reign of Uzziah, who was the strongest, and most popular king that ruled in Judah after the golden days of Solomon. Uzziah wonderfully developed the resources that One half of the students at Western make for presperity and wealth. State College are putting themselves It fell to the lot of Isaiah to prophthrough school. Thirty-on- e percent esy against the sins that always grow are depending on their own efforts for fertile soil of prosperity. in the their livlihood, books, and tuition. Goldsmith becomes a like prophet Nineteen percent have previously The University of Oklahoma has earned money and twelve percent are when he says: "111 fares the land to hastening ills a prey where wealth built a library that will accommodate working at various jobs about town 1,000 students at one time. accumulates and men decay." to complete their college education. Isaiah portrays the decay In Israel drawing a picture of Israel by using the striking parable of a vineyard. He represents Jehovah as fencing the land of Canaan as a vineyard is fenced, then gathering out the stones and planting Israel there as a vine is planted in a vineyard. Then Jehovah looked that the vineyard should bring forth grapes, and it brought forth wild grapes. "Isaiah then calls upon the people of Jerusalem and Judah to judge between Jehovah and His vineyard. He represents Jehovah as saying: "What more could have been done than I have done to My vineyard? Wherefore when I looked that it should bring forth grapes brought it forth wild grapes? And now go to; I will tell you what I will do to my vineOR sophisticated" temperaments yard: I will tako away the hedge (or supreme achievement o fence) thereof, etc." The teaching of this parable is so clear that only a matchless perfume creating the atword of comment need be added mosphere of delicate illustriousness. Jehovah had planted Israel like a vine in the land of Canaan, and had cared Parfum L'Origan is internationally for her as an husbandman does for favored above all French perfume. his vineyard. Not as a matter of mere pastime or favoritism, but that fee might 'get returns. That is, that Israel's special privileges which they II I HI enjoyed as a result of Jehovah's special care, should issue in fruit for the Divine Husbandman rather than in wicked and pride. Notice the penalty Jehovah announces: "I will take away the hedge, and it (i. e. the vineyard) will be eaten up." This means htat Jehovah His care and protection from, those who misuse it. All Scripture and all history teach this lesson. One nation after another has- decayed when they have grown rich and used their riches for selfish ends, and 5:1-1- L' i ORIGAN CC TY with-dra- "JW Crystal Bottle Fancy Box Two ounce J. $7X0 SUcx", Quarter. SLCO. Half, S2XO and One ounce $3.75 nnouncement Extraordinary! m StyledJor Zjowig 3en 41 PACE SEVEN' cursed nearly every civilized land. Lloyd George is responsible for the statement: "If the big landed estates of the nobility in England were broken up, and thus made available for tillage by the poor the soil of England would almost feed its population; whereas only about one third of the food necessary is now raised." The recent revolutions in both Russia and Mexico have been due largely to this sin. Again Isaih continues nis prophesy: "Woe to them that raise up early in the morning that they may follow strong drink," etc. Strong drink is not confined to prosperous people, yet it is a part of Jthat usually goes with luxurious living. Pampered lives, become surfeited with normal pleasures, and pastimes, and try to drive nature to new thrills by drunken revelry. foreign countries are represented at Ohio State University by 68 students. China leads the list with 21 represerftatiVes, while the Philippines come next with 11 students. These countries are followed in order by Hawaii, Porto Rico, Argentine, Dominican Republic, Japan, India, Korea, Peru, Colombia, Costa Isaiah continues: "Woe unto thenf Egypt, Rico, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Armenia, Austria, Brazil, that join house to house, that lay field to field, till there be no place, i Canal "Blow some my way" but what if Bermuda, Canada, and the etc." Zone. he's one of those whose closest friend It is plain to see that this woe1 is wouldn't tell him?' It has been discovered by scientists pronounced upon the rich, who add t who are working with specially de- house to house and field to field thus "No Man's Land" may now be in- signed apparatus at the University of crowding out the poor. This sin has vaded; home economics is offered as Helsingors that dancing the Charles a course, to men students at Ohio ton causes more fatigue than the State, and here at the University of work of a laborer who saws wood by ' Kentucky classes in rifle marksman- hand. ship are offered to the women students. Courses in commercial aviation covering the fundamentals of aircraft, Under a new ruling' at the Univer- have been granted a place in the sity of Illinois, fraternities there must of Boston University. The fill out and file with the dean of courses will attempt to provide a clear men slips bearing information about and concise analysis of achievement leach of the students whom they in and possibilities of transpora avia tend to rush. tion. Don't Mclntyre says that Collegians are going in for a new one puffing at corn cob pipes. Several had to be rebuked for trying out the new smoke while sitting in Tuxedoed elegance at supper clubs. One tossed out for refusing to pocket his pipe, declared the waiter who didhe.tossing had a few minutes previously offered to sell him a packet of cocaine. O. O. a aaaMWW"" ' Ex- pseudo-scientifi- c. -- THE STUDENTS Watches, Optical Goods dnd Repairing of All Kinds PHONE 5. ports That Study Is " ': THE KENTUCKY KERNEL Fail to See George Lewis in the Next Picture of "The Collegians" at the Strand Theater. mmXBH5&w George Lewis Universal Star Chooses to Wear Adler Collegian CLOTHE Chesterfield smokers dont change with the song hits .. ...but tcatch how other smokers are changing to Chesterfield! BEST Of sows GOO I 1 1 0 S i George Lewis, famous Universal Star, has won his way into the hearts of millions ofpeople tnrough his brilliant portrayal of college life in'The Collegians." Mr. Lewis knew that the romance. the excitement, the thrills in these 'pictures would be dimmed without the true college style and cut in his clothes. So he chose Adler Collegians in the real college mode, at v you find them at this store. Take a suggestion from George Lewis' success, and wear Adler CojUejan clothes. We Have Just Received Some NEW OXFORD SUITS AND OVERCOATS " $30 4o $45 Two Trousers. ' GOLDBERG'S 333 West Main St. Lexington's Leading Tailors and Clothiers . 1