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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL,
The Alpha Oam Garten
Our old pals the Alfagams tell
us that members of other sororities
have been using their garden for
the purpose which is supposed to
lor its owners, we
can easily understand why they
to be continually stumbling
Kappas swear so
much when they are stumbled over.
Line of the Century
rnr of the mueirs had a date
with Virginia Hollis and, seeing the
dear oia swora ana snieia, nsnca
what pin she wore. When she told
By WILLIAM ARDERY
him that it was a Fiddlcdctheta
badge he assumed an attitude of
serious surprise, flashed, "Oh I arc
you a Phi Delt?" We doubt if it
The Greeks nance
Despite a page one feature which was a flash or not.
appeared in The Kernel Friday and
Cheer the Athletes
which could not but remind one
In their rotogravure which apof the Kampus Kat the Alfataw-omegpeared Sunday the Kays were seen
had fewer guests than the behind a beer keg which they hold
In a as the result of a football victory
special statement to this column over the Fldelts. The gentlemen
yesterday one of the gentlemen said on Limestone are quite positive In
that he was glad that they did their belief that the keg should be
forfeited to them because the
not have any more.
Since courtesy is seldom found Southerners have violated the oriin this column, "in the manner of" ginal agreement of the competition
Thomas L. (Rah Rah) Riley, both in filling the baby barrel with
were mediocre entertainment.
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THE GIRL WITH
Opp. Court House
Tuesday, April 21,
Track Captain and Coach
Since no one has been married
within the last three days we
Doc Beck snatches the rose from
our clutching fingers this week
because she Is a blonde: because
she is a beautiful blonde; because
she does not talk more than a
freshman should; because she seriously believes that she will bo a
doctor; because she Is amusing;
because she will some day lure innocent young maidens into Triddlc-dcdclt- a;
because she saw nothing
too intensely interesting in Rush
Week; because she cured our blindness by explaining that we really
were not blind after all we had
only been crying; because she may
sometimes wonder, but never asks
what it is all about.
It occurs to us that the campus
Is beautiful In the spring.... that O.
K. Barnes, of the Barnes Beef
Trust, was a visitor in the offices
of The Kernel yesterday. .. .that
Derby prediction of last spring...
we wish they would have Just
one outstanding band for the Engineer's Ball.... that we are glad
we ran our list of the pins which
were out when we did it would be
impossible now.... that we feel even
more stupid than usual today...
that violets grow on our campus.
Coleman R. Smith, local Delt and
prominent in campus business
circles, entered his fraternity house
at the University of Cincinnati.
After yelling like a true Kentuck- ian for several minutes one of the
"Well, what do you want?' '
Smith explained that he wanted
to spend the night within the sacred portals and asked If he would
inconvenience the chapter by so
"I don't know," grunted the
gentleman, "we have several visitors
in the house now.' But I'll And out
Study In Cool Colorado
Freshmen to Play
Coach Elmer Glib has announced that his freshman baseball team will open the season on
Stoll field against Eastern State
Normal next Thursday afternoon.
Glib has some promising players
on his squad and an interestng
game is expected.
Will Play Miami
By GERTRUDE EVANS
A men's dancing chorus of
members has been organized
at Princeton. The director says
that the public is tired of chorus
A special telephone system has
been Installed between the men's
and women's dormitories at Antioch
College in the hope of promoting
better and increased social contacts.
One of the outstanding senior
at the University of Arizona
this year is Christine Garcia, a
Papago Indian girl. Her chief activities outside the classroom have
been athletic. She has been a first- class pitcher on the Varsity Vil
lager's baseball team, a guard on
their basketball team, a fullback in
her class hockey, and a member of
the girl's tennis squad.
Gifts of more than $1,000,000 have
been received by Wesleyan Univer
sity in its drive for $3,000,000 as a
centennial fund to be raised before
October. Seven gifts have been for
San Francisco State has adopted
than ever this season. Last
'The great Shipwreck" is still undefeated In the 100 and 220 yard
dashes. Kelly did not ran in the
Louisville meet but came back
strong to win the century and furlong races against the Vanderbilt
"Shipwreck" is faster
'Cat Baseball Nine
The varsity, undergraduate newspaper of the University of Toron-to- n,
has been indefinitely suspended
by the student administrative council following the publication in its
columns of an editorial on atheism.
(Continued from Page One)
fielding of the Musketeers allowed
two runs to seep in, and in the
eighth, two errors by Stadler,
second baseman, were instrumental in helping the Wildcats
There were no outstanding fielding stars for either team, but Dave
Harmon, for Xavler, was the batting star. His deep hit to right
field in the fifth was good for
three bags and helped Xavier rally.
The score by innings':
300 002 0308
000 220 0004
Batteries Kentucky, Ferrell,
xavier, Brill, Bode, and Stein
(Continued from Page One)
But let us get back to the present
Now "Red" Grange and "Red"
Roberts made football history, and
Clara Bow, the "IT" girl,, made
movie history, but that is still ini
the past and miles away from home.
Why, right in our own back yard
we have some of the finest heads
of red hair that ever graced the
face of the earth. Daily they romp
around Stoll field in a manner
that shows promise of fame. .
Number one of the carmine
domes is "Red" Wallace, of Schenectady, New York. This one redheaded youth stands forth as a
versatile athlete, He has not been
beaten In the quarter-mil- e
and has made the best time on
the local track. Previous to this
spring he had never taken any
part in any track activity. He is
very fast in the 220 yard dash. Besides doing duty on the cinder path
he has won a place on the fresh- -
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stopped carrying cigarettes
too effeminate. S. C. Gamecock.
The Stormy Petrel. Oglethorpe
University publications, made its
fifth change In editors last week.
All of them up to this time have
had to resign on account of other
more pressing duties. This time
they have put in two freshmen.
This beats The Kernel's record.
as good as they sound
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Five Fast Freshmen
Flash Fleeing Feet
Billy Dennlston "Yes, I'm a big
gun at school now."
Father "Well, then. I'd like to
hear some beter reports from now
When "Spud" went to the mind'
reader, he charged him only half
A girl friend asked us the other
day if we had a compact. We didn't
and told her that we had also
urday he won the 100 in 9.9 and
coasted to an easy victory in the
220, being timed at 22.1. Bernie
Shively, coach of the Wildcat
thinlies has developed a great
la very apt name for their athletic
teams. It is" Golden Gators," and
s symbolic of the city by the Golden
"This Job of bringing home the
bacon is no Joke, sighed Doctor
"No, and on top of that I always
have to stop at the "Friendly" and
bring home the bakln' too," was
Professor Davis's comment.
man baseball team as an outfielder the heart of the Blucgraaa" (what
and is one of the frosh's best bats- a clash of color that Is). Adams is
men. During the winter months he Just a young boy, but he turns in
participated in the intramural bowling tournament and was high sco- time for the mile that is good for a
lad of his age.
rer for the meet.
He runs the mile in five minutes
The second of this red quintette
is "Red" Harvey, of Chicago. His and eight seconds, and is improvarc the 100, 220, and the ing every day. Adams takes sports
broad Jump. His best time for the seriously
and spends his spare momhundred Is 10.3, but he has never
been given a trial in actual compet- ents in the office of the sports deition. He came here with wonder- partment rattling off copy for The
ful high school record and big Kernel.
things arc expected of him. His
Adams Is unanimous choice of the
time for the 220 is better than Just
good, and his work in the broad track squad for publicity man, and
Jump is best for the freshmen this Is quoted by "Peter" Potter as "his
first publicity man." In the first of
Lexington is credited with send- this article there is mention of
ing "Red" HIckcy to the university. temper, but with all
of his red
Hlckey docs the mile and docs It
well. Considering the fact that the hair there isn't a boy of better nat
Stoll Field track is slow, his time ure on the campus than little "Red"
of 4:55 for the mile Is excellent.
From a nearby town with the gay
name of Paris, comes the fourth of
the five, "Red" Parrlsh. He does
Louise Thompson, Junior in the
three events, the 100, pole vault,
and the high Jump. While he was in College of Arts and Sciences, will
high school he topped 12 feet with represent the university at a meet-o- f
the central division of the Atha pole, but Parrish is fast growing
into a big boy, and it will take a letic Conference of American Collot of work for him to attain that lege Women to be held at the Uni- mark now. He goes over 5 feet 5 i versity of Wisconsin, Madison, April
inches in the high Jump and his .23, 24, and 25. She has been appointed as the official delegate from
time for the hundred is 10.4.
Lastly we have "Red" Adams, I the university Woman's Athletic
from the fair city of "Lexington in Association.
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