Tuesday, April 21, 1931
4 p. m., Alumni building.
the Corps Area Inspectors, LieuThursday, AprM 23
tenant Colonel E. N. Ilournon, and
Golf match with Ohio State Un- Major C. A. Bagley.
iverse, Columbus, Ohio.
Arllve members of the orcanlza- game, Miami University tlon: Ben Harrlsorf, Ucn Crosby,
at Oxfou, Ohio.
Rex AlHsom A. w. Eyrr, h. Q.
Twilight concert by university
J. C. Hearnc, A. Henderson. W.
concert band, 7:15 to 8:15 p. m., Humber, h. Jefferles, E. W, Kirk,
W. L. McGlnrils, W O. Prince, H.
Election of May Queen, 9 a. m. to S. Ray, C. W. Schuermeycr, C.
a p. m.
Spicer, Ben Staplcton, W D. Trott,
tennis R. G. Woodall.
Pledges: O. B. Coffman
Ycager, J, Ewlng, J. Clcary, W.
Woman's Coancll Banquet
banquet of the Saunders, H. Heyser, P stone, P.
The annual spring
I Evans, W,
Council, Johnson, R.
Worth-lngtowill be held this evening at the E. Florence, A. Bruce, F.
R. Tucker, O. K. Sharp,
Phoenix hotel, when the new offi
Smith, H. Wleman, J. B.
cers of the Women's
Association and the Y. W. C. A. Hughes, P. G. KazanJIan, E. Bell,
James Owens, B.
will bo Introduced.
Other features of .the banquet Sampson.
Honorary members: Major Merewill be the pledging of Phi Upsllon
Omlcron, and the awarding of the dith, Captain Cunningham, Captain
cup for the Schelbla, Captain Grady, LieutenAlpha Gamma Delta
outstanding freshman co-eant LeStourgeon, Lelutcnant Reese.
Miss Oeorgetta Walker, president Honorary members and wives were
of the council will preside as toast- - chaperones for the occasion.
mistress. Misses Mae Bryant and
Mary Virginia Hailey are in charge
The fifth of the series of Cadet
Hops was held Saturday afternoon
Nominees for the Y. w .C. A. in the Men's gymnasium. Lieutenofficers are president, Misses Ele- ant and Mrs. P. E. LeStourgeon
anor Smith, Lexington, and Dorothy and Lieutenant and Mrs. H. T. Cris-we- ll
Root, Cambridge Springs, Pa.,
chaperoned several hundred
Misses Eleanor Dawson, guests.
Louisville, and Alice Mae Durllng,
Larchment, N. Y.; Secretary, Misses
Winston Byron, Owlngsvllle,
Martha Carlton, Louisville; treasur-6e- r,
Miss Helen Shemwell, Paducah,
Misses Mary Allison Threlkeld,
the guest of Miss Nancy
Morganfleld, and Eudenla Handy, has been at the Beta Sigma OmlRothwell
cron house for a few days.
The new officers of W. S. G. A.
Miss Jessie Kendall has return
are Miss Elizabeth Ann Ewlng,
Prospect, president; Miss Lois Neal, ed Misses K.
Louise Otterbach, Kathryn
Chicago, vice - president;
Miss Vocel and Lucille Traband have
Carolyn Ray, Louisville, secretary;
Louisville, where they
Miss Catherine Smith, Frankfort, returned from
week-entreasurer and Miss Christine John- spent the
Miss Mary Jo McuormicK, sner- son, Lexington, town representative. man, spent
last week-en- d
Alpha Tau Omega Formal
Mr. Virgil Sanders, Danville was
Mu Iota of Alpha Tau Omega,
entertained 30 guests at an elaborate in Mr. GeorgelastCollins,
banquet given Saturday night at
motored to Lexington to attend the
the Chimney Corner. Spring flow- Alpha Tau Omega dance Saturday
ers In pastel shades were the dec
orations. The banquet preceded the night. Virginia Robinson, ports- Miss
spring formal of the fraternity mouth, Ohio, is spending a few days
which was held in the ball room with her grandparents on Clay avof the Phoenix hotel. The
visiting friends on the
colors, azure and gold car- enue and
ried out the color scheme with crepe
Miss Ruth Wehle went to Cinstreamers suspended from the fraMonday.
ternity's lighted shield which was cinnati Harry Bush spent the weekMr.
hung In the middle of the ball
end at his home in Horse Cave.
Approximately 350 guests Miss Mollle Gloster, has been at
were chaperoned by Dean Sarah Conservatory of
Blandlng, Dean and Mrs. C. R. Mel-che- r, the Alpha Gamma Delta house for
Admiral Edmund Watson a Miss days.
Eleanor Smith has returnTaylor, Mr. and Mrs. Bart Peak.
Mrs. P. K. Holmes, Prof, and Mrs. ed from
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fuller, ChiH. M. Meriwether, Prof, and Mrs.
guests of their son, Dick,
E. cago, were
L. J. Horlacher, Mr. and Mrs.
Delta house SunA. Nollau, Dr. and Mrs. Frank L. at the Delta Tau
Mr. Charles Whitman. Paducah,
chapter members, who
visited Mr. Brandon Price at the
were hosts, are Messrs. James
weekCarey Spicer, A. S. Augustus, Delta Tau Delta house last
Merle Gunkle, W. H. Sanders, end.
Miss Elizabeth Poole, Emily Hayes,
James Vaughan, Frank Cutler,
James Boucher, Kenneth Andrews, and Louise Mitchell to attend the
Jerold CBryant, Ralph Rice, How- day for Atlanta, province convention.
Alpha XI Delta
ard Day, Albert Kikel, Jess
Guests at the Alpha Gamma Rho
Thomas Cutler, Philip McGee,
dinner were W.
Frank Seale, Robert Wheeler, house for Sunday Besh and Leon
George Bickel, Ralph Blevins, Lawr L. Graddy, Ted
ence Darby, Ellis Johnson, James
guests at the Alpha
Luckett, Robert Montgomery, WilRobert
liam Shaffer, Gaylon Harvey, Frank Gamma Rho house were Klndoll,
White, Paris, and Clarence
Stubblefleld, Horace Prlbble, George Wheatly.
Peak, Charles Armstrong, Robert
Messrs. John and Robert Baugh- Wise, Hugh Adcock.
sedges are Messrs. .frame cogs-wel- l, man spent the
Robert Garnett, Jack Allen,
Mr. Connie Gaines of Memphis
Ken Nicholson, Thomas Boaz, Ar- was
thur Ake. John Drury and Vernon housethelast week-en- d. the Kappa Alpha
Christine Johnson and
Margaret Howard were in CincinFraternity Formal
Sigma Chi fraternity entertained
Saturday evening with a dance in spent Arno Nelser fo Flemlngsburg
at the Pi Kappa
the gold room of the Lafayette ho- Alpha the
Riley and Wayne
Decorations consisted of blue and
gold, the fraternity colors, used in Priesb of Aiken, South Carolina,
were recent guests at the PI Kappa
abundance. The Sigma Chi cross, Alpha house.
illuminated, was hung over the
Messrs. Jack Rogers, Billy Hayes,
were in Shelby-vlll- e
furnished by Virgil Smith and his and Frankle Ware
for the week-enorchestra from Cincinnati.
Chaperones were Dean and Mrs.
Joe Do you know that Columbus
F. Paul Anderson, Prof, and Mrs. J.
Richard Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. was crooked?
Philip Aw, he wasn't either.
William Hansen, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Sure, he was. He double-crosse- d
Bruce Isaacs, Mr. and Mrs. Silas
CunningWilson, Captain and Mrs.
ham, Captain and Mrs. Clyde
Photographer Do you want a
Grady, Miss Marguerite McLaughlin, Mrs. P. K. Holmes, Dean Sarah large or small picture?
Selden L. A small one.
Blandlng, Prof, and Mrs. E. F.
Photographer Then close your
Farquhar, and Mrs. J. B. London.
About 200 guests were present.
Omlcron Delta Kappa Initiation
They arc not long, the weeping and
and dinner, e:30 p. m., Larayeue
Love and desire and hatel
I think they have no portion In us
Election of officers of the unlver
slty Y. W. C. A., 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
We pass the gate.
Law School faculty luncheon,
They are not long, the days of wine 12:30 p. m., University Commons.
Suky meeting, 5 p. m., Men's
Out of a misty dream
Our path emerges for a while, then
Reading Circle, Woman's club, 3
p. m. with Mrs. E. P. Farquhar.
Within a dream.
Wednesday, April 22
Convocation, 9 a. m. Memorial
President and Mrs. Frank L.
afternoon tea, 4 p. m. Maxwell Place.
Tmsday, April 21
Scholarship and Attendance comWoman's Administrative Council
mittee meetng 4 p. m., Registrar's
dinner, Phoenix hotel.
Annual R. O. T. C. unit inspec- office.
Y. W. C. A. Freshman Cabinet
tion, all day.
meeting, 6:30 p. m., Reading Room
Art Exhibit continued.
Intramural diamond ball, golf, of Patterson hall.
Pitkin Club luncheon, 12 noon.
tennis and horseshoe pitching
Y. M. C. A. Advisory Board meet- -
Spring Semester, 1931
SODA FOUNTAIN HOURS:
9:00 A. M.
6:00 P. M.
$5.00 MEAL TICKET
3 Consecutive Meals for Six Days
$3.50 MEAL TICKET
Breakfast and Supper for Six Days
Ascend South Stairs to Commons
Vanderbilt Swamped by
Wildcat Team, Saturday
Broadjump Kelly, Kentucky and
By J. I). ADAMS
The University of Kentucky track McLane, KcnUicky Wed for first
team defeated the thlnllcs of Van- place. Distance, 22 feet six Inches.
Shot put Fortune, Vanderbilt,
derbilt University Saturday afterto 49. first; Scale, Kentucky, second. Disnoon on Stoll field 67
tance, 41 feet, three inches.
"Shipwreck" Kelly led
the field for the afternoon with 14) Discus throw Schwartz, Vander- bilt, first; Andrews, Kentucky, secpoints.
Distance, 135 feet, seven
The Wildcat star won the hun ond.
dred yard dash In 9.9 and also won Inches.
Javelin throw Cavana, Kentucky,
the 220 In 22.1 seconds. Kelly won
easily In this event. In the broad first; Peterson, Vanderbilt second.
Jump the Springfield flash tied with Distance, 172 feet, three Inches.
Mile relay Vandcrbltt.
Freddie McLane of Kentucky at 22
feet and six Inches which is a new Evans Woodard and Schell). Time
record for the local track.
It was the second meet of the Members of team: Cato, Evans,
season for rxtn warns, tne wild Woodard and Schell. Time 3:30.
cats having defeated the University
of Louisville thlnllcs last Saturday
at Louisville. The Commodores de
feated Southwestern of Memphis,
Tenn. The Blue and White showed
great Improvement In the track
events, but the ancient field event
weakness of the Blue and White
The Wildcat victory marked tne
first Southern Conference meet of
An April shower halted the tennis
the season for the Big Blue and the
second successive year that Ken- matches between Berca and Kentucky yesterday afternoon. Only one
tucky has defeated the Vanderbilt
match had been completed when
Vanderbilt has a relay team that the rain started, and only three
not been defeated In the past others had been Inaugurated.
Berea had a fine aggregation of
15 years of competition In a dual
meet, It looked like the 'Cats would Players and was causing the Ken
break the Nashville boy's record tuckians a great deal of trouble
when Foster gave the 'Cats the lead when the battles were halted by
Wood- rain. The results of play,
in the first quarter-mil- e.
Senff won from Kelly:
ward and Schell made up the lost
ground for the Tennesseans to win Spicer won one set from Bowman
The matches between Ed Kee
The Wildcats made a clean and Combs were even; Kee having
sweep of four events, and won first won the first set
and the third stood
places In five more, winning both second,
even, with two games having been
places In the
two-mirun, the high hurdles, the played.
Farquhar lost the first set to
hundred yard dash, and the broad
Jump. The Commodores made a Allen 1, and the 1 second set was
2 all. Joe Kee No.
man and Har- clean sweep in the 440 yard dash, lowe No. 1
man for Berea had not
the 880 yard run.
The Commodores won first places started their match.
The match which was rained out
with Fortune bestin the shot-ping Seale. Schwartz, a great 4 letter today will be played off Wednesday
athlete, tossed the discus 135 feet at 2 o'clock on the courts near
None of the above i
7 inches to best Andrews of Ken McVey hall.
scores will be counted, but the
The next meet of the season will matches will be played over, accord- - j
Conference meet mg to coach Downing, Kentucky
be a Southern
with the Volunteers o Tennessee tennis mentor. Other matches to
University on Stoll field Saturday be played, doubles: Joe Kee and
Tennessee defeated Farquhar, Kentucky against Har- afternoon.
Kentucky last year for the 'Cat's
dash Kelly, Kentucky,
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low hurdles King, Vanderbilt, first; Williams, Kentucky,
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Height, 11 feet.
High jump Roberts, Kentucky,
first; Newton, Vanderbilt, second,
Height, five feet and ten inches.
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TENNIS TEAM TO
The honor of making the first
of the year in Lexington goes to Evan Settle, of the
University of Kentucky, who drove
one in from the tee on No. 3 hole
at the Picadome Golf club Sunday.
The hole is 125 yards long.
With the aid of this ace. Settle
scored a 36 and 37 for a 74, Just
three strokes over par for the
course. He was practicing for the
third round of the intramural golf
tournament being held at the university. Settle defeated Malcolm
Foster 8 and 7 in his first match
and "Floppy" Forquer 7 up and 5
to go in the second.
Miss Shipman Tom, do you know
Scabbard and Blade
Gayle Hamon was playing with
Scabbard and Blade entertained when Ohio was admitted to the Settle at the time he drove his tee
with a dinner dance Monday night
shot Into the cup. Settle has earnTom Well-1-- 1
I wasn't ed numerals in football and basketfrom 6:30 to 10:30 o'clock in the
ball at the university.
Phoenix hotel ball room In honor of old enough
Athletic Undershirts, 50c
lowc and Kelly, Berea; SenS and
Kline, Kentucky against Bowman
and Allen, Berea.
The tennis team has rounded Into
fine shape considering the short
time they have been practicing. Joe
Kee, Captain Earl K. Senff, Carey
Spicer, Farquhar and Ed Kee are
all showing up well. After playing
the Berca match on Wednesday,
the Wildcats will begin prepplng for
their southern trip to be made on
April 29, 30 and May 1. On the
southern trip the Wildcats will play
Vanderbilt at Nashville on April 29,
University of Alabama, April 29. and
on May 1 the Yellow Jackets of
Georgia Tech, Atlanta.
The anticipated northern trip will
be abandoned because of the long
southern trip made by the team.
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