THE KENTUCKY KERNEL,
Friday, February 13, 1931
ELLEN MINIHAN, Editor
Liabilities: The front fence, up
About 100 guests called during
The engagement of Miss Dorothy
Hlbbs, daughter of Mrs. Lula Hlbbs
or smithland, to Mr. Edwin Mar
tin Olbson of Plalnfield, N. J.
Miss Hlbbs 'was grnduntcd from
the university in the class of 1928
and was a member or the cm
Mr. Olbson is connected with a
construction company of Pittsburgh.
The marriage will take place in
By WILLIAM AKDKKY
May We Be Qaren of the May7
The election of officers of SuKy,
dlan in school has pledged us his student pep organization, for the
support in the coming May queen second semester, which was to have
been held last Tuesday, has been
postponed until next Tuesday due
to a misunderstanding concerning
the time of meeting. All members
of the club are urged to be present
Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock,
? nextofficers must
be elected at that
j time. The present officers of the
circle are: president, Bill Young,
Looking Over The
By NICHOLAS WINN WILLIAMS
Collier's Weekly" has been pub
Breeze from the South
Faculty club tea from 5 until
Messrs. Cecil Bell and Lynn Jef
Valentines greetings warm, sincere
Line of the week to Prof. Enoch lishing serially a scqual to "All
o'clock in the club rooms.
to Cincinnati ov
fries were visitors
With a wish for all the
Grehan "The wildcats changed Quiet on the Western Front." It is
er the past week-enAdvance Date
That with every day you'll find
called "The Road Back," and It may
Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity an- the Tornado to a zephyr,
Life is sweet and hearts arc kind. Febraary 20:
be quoted that there Is not so much
nounces the pledging of Mr. Erie
Walton, of Mumfordsville, Ky.
It occurs to us that no one In the blood and gore In it as was found
Mr. J. W. Gardner has been
guest at the Alpha Gamma Rho university Is exactly what he would in Remarque's first book. This time
Friday, Fefcraary 13:
like to be because he constantly the young fellows war weary and
house for the cast two days.
Gulgnol performance in the eveAmong the out of town guests for must be observing some silly rule restless are on their way home
ning at Mm theatre.
.that even the Kappas are of- from the trenches. In their eager
the Alpha Delta Theta formal win
Tea at Maxwell Flace
tadeat Art exhibit on display at
be Misses Bety Salmon, Mlddles- - ten In by 10:16. . .that the Zeta
the Art Otofttr.
President and Mrs. Frank L. Me boro; and Dorothy Borelng, Louis Tau Alphas did not make us mad ness to get back some of them rldo
by failing to invite us to their tea on the tops of overcrowded trains;
Vey entertained with a delightful ville.
n part or tnese are Knocked off upon
nartv (cranes aeain). .
informal tea at Maxwell Place from
Phi Delta Theta fraternity an reference to the Kappas as fhnt
B,nB through a tunnel and crushed
Last performaBce of "Le Malade 4 until 6 o'clock Wednesday after
nounces the pledging of Mr. James chosen people," changed to "God's i like meat in a grinder. The return
Imaginalre" at the Ouignol theanoon.
froeen people is always amusing ing soldiers are wondering if they
Mrs. Anderson Brown presided at
Mr. W. K. Smith. Louisville, win . . .that sacrilege Is never Inten really are a part of peace; war
Gulgnol matinee, 2:30.
tne tea tame and poured tea. As
In Lexington. tional. . .that one's opinion
Zeta Tan Alpha sorority dance. sisting in entertaining were Misses spend the week-en- d
of the seems to be more of their element,
Guests at the Kappa Delta nousc human race depends on how three Tner are repelled by the profiteers,
Kappa Delta formal dance from Margaret MCHatton, Anna eulton,
9 until 12 o'clock at the Lafayette Elizabeth Ooff, Clarice LeVin, Mary for their formal dance this week or four nersons treat nno
that profiteers who are such "block- Dorothy Bewell, Middles- will
Orifflth, Catherine Culton, Jean boro; beLucile Bywater, Louisville; everyone except us knows what ' anyinmg when it comes war. knowing
should to In this column. . .that
Alpha Delta Theta formal dance Glbbs, Alice Mae Durllng, Arwana
Huntington, W. stool pigeons are the most detesta there is the scene when they are
from 9 until 12 o'clock.
Osborne, Ray Mitchell, and Juanlta and Louisa Bickel,
persons in the world, (no, we tramping through Belgium. A shot
San day: Febraary 15:
Osborne, and Mr. Olyn Wienman.
Mrs. E. L. Noel. Somerset, spent have not been breaking any rules) is heard and one of their company
last Sunday in Lexington as the . . .that football captains may is killed. Poor fellow I He was
guest of her son, E. C. Noel.
come and go but Damage goes on looking forward to obtaining re.
CoahUl noei. somerset, was in forever.
.that one feels queer venge on his wife who had been unen route when he is expected to be em- - faithful while he was away at war.
Lexington last week-en- d,
to Richmond to attend school.
barraiied aad cannot. . .that there He must content himself as he dies
Bill Preston. Hooper are three distinct social classes at with the thought that his comrades
Campbell. Ralph Vonnoy. Harry K. this institution. . .that we should will carry out the revenge In his
name. That is realism; Remarque
Scott, and J. JB. Croft, all of Lamb- have enjoyed belonging to the
.that no one has time Is able to catch the feelings of these
da Chi fraternity, drove to Madi-sonvil- le
-and Bowling Green last to do the work and get credit for half starved German soldiers; he
It eee must specialize.
.that knows the rhythm of their emotions.
Messrs. Harry Brown. Lambda freahette are usually smarter than
Chi from Washington and Lee, was the ettes who rush them. . .that
Without speaking disparagingly of
a guest at the Lambda Chi house our chair is very hard.
"The Nation's Roll of Honor" for
last Friday night.
1930, as published recently in the
Ob, We Say. . .
Delta Delta pledges
At Centre the dear old Fiddlede- - "Nation," one cannot help from be
Eugenia Beck, LouUvMe, Justine
have an Englishman who ing amusea at one oi its entries
White Huntington, and Virginia thetas to
Join the fraternity, went y.nder the, heading "Drama" It
o uuuui iuu i. lie creto Oxford, is surprised that anyone p""" v
The following group attended the here ever
ators of the animated motion picattends classes.
Beta Theta Phi formal at Centre
ture cartoons, particularly as exemCollege, Danville, Miss Sara
plified in the MICY MOUSE and
Cattare at Keatacky
Theo Tebbs, Betty Board,
We are told that the engineers SILLY SYMPHONY series. It is
Anna Mae Lewis,
hard to disagree with them at that.
Josephine and a member of the English de
partment play a little game that the
Connelly and Elizabeth Ann
former usually win. to be victori very excellent study has written a
ous the men of wood and Iron must
Roosevelt for February "Harper's."
louder than It is called "The Fury
the pre X can lecture.
Typical of Bradford's style he remarks of Roosevelt "From birth till
death he lived in a storm." Action,
After a night of stealing horses, movement, the vivid, restless, emSCHOOL
buggies onto sorority phatic assertion of the ego, these
porches, turning in fire alarms, de- things mean life to him, were the
Spectator, Columbia Studeat railing street cars, singing, "John evidence of life, and he was uneasy
Paper, Sponsors Examina- Brown's Body," they exclusive south and dissatisfied if any moment
was not filled with
tion Which Many Profes- Euclid and home soundly. Several them." that Bradford during 1930,
days later the owner of the home as the readers of "Harper's" will
sors Refuse to Take
returned, found them sleeping. Hav- remember, wrote a series of porshipA list of 40 questions, prepared ing been young himself at some traits.
Among these were Lenin,
by an engineer and a lawyer, were prehistoric date he woke the gen- Ford, and Mussolini.
tlemen, gave them
'recently published in Scribner's returned to Sweden.the One of and
The "Cosmopolitan" for February
magazine along with an article by coys moved out ne uvea next aoor i contains a statement by Theodore
college anyway wnen ne learned that a Dreiser. He very briefly tells about
Thomas Beer. Twenty-fiv- e
uawiuurj' was uuuub w ue com
tne mystery surroundiner his birth.
students had flunked the examinawe mean organized,
"Three graces danced at his birth
tion dismally, and Mr. Beer took
Formerly the fraternity had two and a witch with a piece of string
the occasion to comment on the spring suits which the brothers
he would live."
ignorance of modern young peple. took turns wearing on warm days , predicted is hailed by many as Mr.
The Spectator, student paper of
and was regarded as the lodge for greatest of the contemporary novel-joll- y,
Columbia, offered the same list
Jolly college boys and fireplace . ists in America. The use of su- 53 faculty members, or this numathletes. It has steadily declined perlative is dangerous, to be sure,
"Home of the College Folks
ber, only 10 would take the exam, fnnn tYia orOiliiiiHlMI
nf Drnnl. h.if tViocn .rlfl.- - vv.ni. V. .Ink. In
43 refusing outright to have any- - j (Shakespeare) Davidson, but shows their
v,u. , promise to
wung mj uu wiwi ii.
comine ud to the zero greatest
PHONES: Ash. 9190 - 2386
of the 10 banded in completed an mane again.
Tragedy still creates excitement,
swers, and the highest grade, made
Assets: The house, memory of not only in literary circles, but in
by Prof. C. A. Manning, teacher
the world at large.
'of Russian literature, was 55.1 per
cent. Close behind him were two
more English professors with grades
of 54.3 and 54.2 per cent.
At the same time, a number of
students took the quiz, and although
the highest grade in this group
twas 46, several students finished
ahead of some of the faculty members.
The Spectator reportor said that
the faculty members were nervous
and fidgety while taking the test.
and otherwise displayed signs of ,
dyscomnture, jsucn as puning ai
That the professors tend to bluff,
just as their students do, was indicated by the answer to, "Name
three compositions of Brahms". The
answer was, "The first, second, and
Some of the questions proving
the greatest stumbling blocks were
"Who were the Plccollmlni?" and
"Who was Tillman Riemenschneld-er?- "
along with "For what is Abu
Slmbel noted?" which question was
not answered by anyone. The easier ones were such as "Name five
makers of English automobiles" and
"Name three living American architects." "What is chromium" was
answered in many different ways.
The questlonalre was a part of
the Spectator's campaign against
examinations. As for the questions,
tha Plccollmlni were an ancient
royal Italian family, and chromiumwell, chromium is just
Vesper services in Memorial hall
4 o clock.
Chandler, Lambda Chi Alpha; secretary, Mildred Little, Zeta Tau
Alpha, and treasurer, Mary Elizabeth Fisher, Chi Omega.
JUDGE TO SPEAK
Judge John W, Stephenson, of
Winchester, will speak to the Law
school on the "Law of Oil and Gas"
at 10 o'clock Thursday morning,
February 19, in the Law building.
POUND A Bracelet, lost at the
Phi Sigma Kappa formal dance
Saturday night at the Phi 8lg
Make Your School
Opposite Memorial Hall
A Day of Romance and Love
Remember your "Girl Friend" with a box
of our delicious candy a fresh
ment just received
Y.W.C.A. Has Vesper Services in Boyd
A sandwich, a soda and a walk la a health dp
that is guaranteed to work.
Light foods axe healthful and prevent that after-
noon drowsiness that comes from over eating.
For luncheon today, or any other time stop st
our modern fountain and try a sandwich,
salad or any of our delldous fountain foods.
Consolidated Drug Stores
PHOENIX STORE CUBBY'S CORNER
191 W. Mala St.
IN E. Mala St.
Ml E. Mala St.
Vesper service of the Y. W. O. A.
was held in the reading room of
Boyd hall Tuesday evening at 7
o'clock with Kellena Cole acting as
leader. Following the song services
a story, "The Childhood of Christ,"
was given by orothy Root, followed
with a discussion of the "Ministry
of John The Baptist," by Helen
The meeting closed with a hymn
and benediction. Each vesper service until Easter will be a discussion
relating to the life of Christ. The
public is coraialjr Invited to attend
The 3,453 persons employed by
the New York Times are divided as
Executive, 84; editorial
and news, 618; business office, 883;
Our beautiful Gold Ballroom is available
for fraternity and sorority f ormals. Other attractive private dining rooms for
luncheons, teas or Founder's Day banquets. Students organizations are given
LL that we can think of
when we look at these clev
er new coats, is that they are just
about the youngest, most engagingly smart affairs we've ever
seen! . . . You'll adore them and
we almost forgot to tell you they