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6 > Image 6 of The Kentucky Kernel, February 13, 1931

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w Best Copy Available i THE KENTUCKY KERNEL, PAGE SIX Six Washington Birthdays Spent Near British Lines TO BE RADIOCAST Sued Baseball Practice Begin Monday R. Careful Watch and Repairing mtmtt Rose Street Confectionery Gertrude Evans Is Bulletin Editor Within the next two weeks another news organ will appear upon the university campus. At the meeting of the Home Economics club Monday night, the members select- 'ert thn priifnHnl stnfr tnr tUa rw Uttttttttffims j per Kettle." Gertrude Evans was "named editor-in-chie- f; Margaret Ellis, managing editor; Jane Dyer ub seieciea ior Dusiness manager, Wim uaronne Brown and Dorothy oirumer as advertising assistants. The "Copper Kettle" Is the an nual bulletin of the Home Econ omics club, and has In the past, been mimeographed for the use of 'all Agricultural students. This year It was definitely decided to improve .the appearance of the 'Kettle' by 'having it printed at the Kernel printing plant. The publishing ex penses win De borne by advertise ments which are to be sold by the ciud memoers. ' Copies of the 'Kettle' will be distributed to all Ag students, and , probably to the alumni and to other Home Economics clubs throughout the United States. Anyone who wishes to contribute articles of news, may do so by getting In touch with Gertrude Evans, edltor-l- n chief. Hospitality and Prompt Service makes our patrons enjoy an atmosphere found only at home ftfr -- 5:30-7:3- 0 209 E. High with that School Freshman, Senior Girls Cabinets Addressed Figures Like Dormitories at Indiana University Kappa Delta Zeta Tau Alpha Alpha Delta Theta wwwwwwwvwwwwu Criterion Cafe DAJfHE ? TJour partner will appreciab from FLOWERS H Kellers MICHLER Florist s Survey Interesting Facts Flowers Plants Orchestra, Soprano Radiocast Sunday Corsages Keller Floral Co. final Fall Footwear MILLER BROS. TIN, AND CBMPOS1TION ROOFING Repairs of all kinds All itork guaranteed 105 WEST HIGH ST. 8758 "Wise Furnaces" SLATE, i PALAIS ROYALE DANCE CASINO Blaine Stone and His Orchestra Friday Night College Night DIXIE-BEL- L Tea Cup Inn De- $2-8- 5 $3.85 I - p. m. in MYER RECOVERING "Bo" Mycr, varsity football star, Is recovering from an operation for appendicitis. Mycr was operated on a few days ago in Mycr will possibly be Louisville. a candidate for quarterback this fall. Believed, by many observers, the smartest player on the team, friends of "Bo" will bo glad to know that he is recovering and will be able to play next fall. Dob Kipping, varsity tackle, has Immediately following the rcslg-- 1 the Wildcat fold. Kipnation of Dr. Elmer O. Campbell, returned to registered early In to Attend ping, who the (head of the department of botany, week, was reported lost to the squad Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes, assistant from the faculty of Transylvania through failure to report for spring dean of women, will represent the j College, comes the announcement football practice. university at the 15th animal meet- that seven other Instructors arc to "Kip" appeared on Stoll field ing of the National Association of bo released at the completion of the Wednesday afternoon and particiDeans of Women to be held In present school year. In scrimmage. Coach Gam-ag- e Those who will sever their con- -, pated had decreed that no player An instructor in Shanghai, China Detroit next week. Mrs. Holmes will leave Tuesday night and return to ncctlon with the school arc: Dr. would be eligible for the team, who reports in the Brown Herald that C. A. Mancy, head of the depart- Lexington the following Sunday. failed to report the first day of American novels and movies arc giving Chinese students an unreal Approximately 1,000 women at- mcnt of mathematics; Prof. L. R. spring gridiron work. tend this meeting, which Is held Dingus, head of the department ' Kipping has been busy with out-- , and unwholesome portrayal of the of Romance languages; Professor side duties and this detained him relations between men and women. every year prior to the meeting of tne National Educational Associa- (ftnd Mrs. Foster Krake, of the dc-- ! from football practice. "Kip" has There is much that they misintertion. Last year the gathering was partmcnt of music; George E. Pylc, ' been one of the backbones of the pret, and "It Is funny sometimes In Atlantic City, and Mrs. Holmes athletic director and head football Kentucky line, along with "Babe" to hear students talk about wantwas Kentucky's delegate there. This coach; Prof. William Clay, and Wright, who left school this semes- ing "free love" when what they year the headquarters will be at . Prof. Norman Braden, son of Pres. ter. mean Is freedom to choose their the Hotel Statlcr In Detroit, and Arthur Braden. The loss of these two men was life partners." is fast Dr. Mancy said that the dismissal the convention will bo presided almost the dcathkncll for the Big over by Miss Thyrsa W. Amos, dean i came as a complete surprise to Clue hopes of a great line this becoming popular in the Orient. of women at the University of most of the faculty members. Pre- fall. With Kipping back, it is rePittsburgh, president of the Asso- sident Braden told him that the ported from reliable sources that put on the offensive and tried some action was taken as "a matter of i Captain Wright may make up his new plays, one of which was a ciation. At the meeting on Saturday economy." Dr. Maney and Pro-- 1 work in the summer session aria clever lateral pass. morning Mrs. Holmes will give an fessor Dingus have been connected be eligible for competition in Octo- address to the assembly on "High with the college for 11 years. Dur-- I bcr. Points In State Organization Pro- lng the last five years Dr. Maney Wright left the university a few grams," drawing her examples from has performed the duties of regis days ago and It was believed that trar nt the institution. the Kentucky state organization. to return to he would not Only a few days previous to the the university. be able Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday However, things will be spent In Detroit, and on news of the action of Transylvania have changed for the best, and the Saturday the convention will close the University of Louisville cut Its big blond from Carrollton, Kipping, for athletics from win oc on tne nnng with a visit to the University of appropriation ngnung Michigan at Ann Arbor, where the $15,000 to $5,000. This reduction with Captain Wright. line will virtually ruin all major sports, delegates will be the guests of the Spring practice continues on Stoll according to Tom King, director of field every afternoon under the university for the day. athletics at the Louisville school. direction of Coaches Carnage and Shively. Wednesday afternoon, the first and second varsity squads batShow tled through a 20 minute defensive scrimmage. A third team, composed of freshMcConnell from Nashville men of last year and a candidate Y. M. C. A. Graduate from an intramural team, spent (By Exchange Service) School is Speaker an hour and a half battle rehearsBloomington, Ind. That dormi ing Alabama plays under the tutelJ. B. McConnel, from the Y. M. tories attract more girls at Indiana age of freshman Coach Pribble. C. A. Graduate school in Nashville, university than any other type of The plays failed miserably against Tenn., was the speaker at a Joint residence, especialy first year girls, the varsity line. After the defenmeeting of the Freshman and Sen- Is revealed by figures showing' the sive scrimmage the Wildcats were ior Y. M. C. A. cabinets Tuesday housing of freshman women for the 1, Issued by the office night. He spoke in the interest of year Blue Ridge, N. C, where the South- of the Dean of Women. four freshmen will ern Regional Y. M. C. A. conference 117 N. Limestone .Fhone 7834 live at Memorial and Residence will be held In June. We will cook you a steak Mr. McConnell brought out with halls this year as compared to 96 that yjou will remember emphasis the fact that there will In sorority houses and 89 in private with pleasure. be a section of the conference which homes. Forty women of the freshmen, man class from Bloomington will will be held for fraternity where the problems of the fratern- live In their own homes. Work for room and board in private homes ity will be discussed. Mr. McConnell took his graduate has been chosen by 37 Indiana cowers work at the University of North eds. How Money Is Raised Carolina, and taught in Porta Rico The total amount of money which before he became connected with FOR Nashville branch of the Y. M. C. will be. earned by girls In this form He Is now visiting Kentucky schools, of work will be $10,656 a semester ALL OCCASIONS Centre, Transylvania, Georgetown, estimating that each girl will be Kentucky Wesleyan, and the uni- paid the equivalent of eight dollars versity In the Interest of the Y. M. a week the report shows. Fifty-eig- ht hundred dollars in scholarC. A. Graduate school and of Blue "At the Sign of the Rose" Ridga He spoke to the young ships will contribute toward the pay people of the First Methodist ment of expenses of 83 girls for 417 E. MaxweU. church last Sunday evening on the their first year. These are in the Ph. Ash 1419 We Call Special Attention to: form bf Trl Kappa and county race question. awards' for excellence in scholarship during high school. Discloses An unusually large number of "A" students are beginning work in the university this fall, 56 being listed in DANCING the class of 1934. Five colored girls In a recent survey held among are enrolled in the class. SCHOOL and the freshman women in Sycracuse University by Dr. Eugenie Leonard, MISS CECIL MOBERLY' acting Dean of Women, some interesting findings were disclosed. For Plain and Fancy To per cent ad-o- f example: twenty-eigBallroom Steps being in love many times, mitted The overture to Massenet's while only ten Der cent had been LAFAYETTE HOTEL constitutes the headline offer in love but once. However, thirty- RED ROOM one per cent insisted (they had ing by the University of Kentucky Philharmonic orchestra from the never been in love at all. Phone 965 Sixty-tw- o per cent said that their university studio of WHAS, at 6 mothers agree with them in their oclock Sunday night. Mrs. Mar garet Foster Drummond, lyric so attitude towards petting and neckper cent prano, will be the soloist on the ing. And seventy-thre- e think the college girl should know program, details of which follows: University Overture, "Phedre," sex. One reply was as folabout orchestra; "The lows: "I think that a mother should Philharmonic Winds in the South"; In Luxem tell her daughter everything about life before she goes away to school, bourg Gardens," Margaret Foster Instead of letting her find things Drummond; "Pomp and Circum out for herself." And another stancejj," No. 1, University Phil wrote, "A girl should know how harmonic orchestra; "I'll not Com' to take care of herself under all plain"; "Lantps of the Dusk," Mar conditions. She should know how garet Foster Drummond; and "Go-pak- ," from the opera "The Fair at to dress, how to smoke, how to drink a little, how to pet so she Sorochlnsk; University Philharmon ic orchestra. won't be surprised into anything how to keep her heart and not to ENGINEERS HEAR GRADY fall easily, and how to get along with other girls. I believe that a Captain Clyde Grady, of the mill girl who has not been on her own to some extent in her high school tary department of the university, years should not be allowed to go gave a talk at the Engineering College convocation Wednesday morn away to college." ing in Memorial hall. He told of his experience in Alaska where he INDIA IS SUBJECT was stationed before he came to The weekly meeting of the In-- 1 Kentucky. ternatlonal Relations Club of the University of Pittsburgh authoruniversity was held Tuesday evening in room 111 of McVey hall. ities have decided that the silk Professor Vandcnbosch, of the poli- pants that the football team have tical science department, was thel been wearing are too expensive, your This event mark speaker, his subject being "Colonial since the cost last year was $600. closing opportunity of the Policy In the Dutch East Indies." . In .the 'future the athletes will season to buy quality Foot After the address, a general discus- nave to scamper arouna tne ueia wear at such a wonderful peftv sion was held during which Mr. in more substantial attire. money-savinprice. Vandenbosch answered any ques- Castor oil yields grape flavoring, tions which the members wished to uccordlng to a chemistry lecturer ask about the subject. Just a few day at McGtll University. No doubt ami these values will be Some of our young people are the custor oil companies through so versatile in conversation that i out the country wllL.be paying him no more. In they can say "Oh yeah" in four next tr deliver this message over three great ' a nation-wid- e or five different ways. network. with I roups alues up to $10 ASHLAND HEALTH i Go to Convention Hft MILK i 12 Noon-- 2 p. m. Friday, February 13, 1931 SEMI-WEEKL- Y troit; Approximately 1,000 I A Bottle of Is a Bottle of Don't Forget Our Sunday Dinner m- - ' SERIES OF TALKS of the University of Kentucky are employed to fjive you service at the - KIPPINGRETURNS Professors May Be ASSISTANT DEAN 'Transylvania, U. L. Reduce Faculty Inferior to Students TO SCHOOL AND TO ATTEND MEET Eight Transy Professors Plan Dr. Irlmn Kennedy Criticizes FOOTBALL to Sever Connections Teachers' Attitude ToMrs. Sarah B. Holmes Will ward their Work George Washington wns permitted , by the French nlllcs under Count The date 6f this to cclcbrntc but few of his birthdays Itochambeau. In an address before a science In the peaceful quiet of his beloved commemoration was February 12, home at Mount Vernon, especially It having been postponed a day in group at the University of British during the latter years of his life, the hopes that the man for whom Columbia, Dr. Irlma Kennedy ex He lived nt a time when this coun- It was given might be able to get pressed this startling though: "The try was In the throes of Its birth, there. February 11 had been select- professor must remember tnai inc and fate had decreed that he ed for the fete, for the French student's mind is often 10 times should take an active part In Its soldiers seemed to prefer following better than his own." Dr. Kennedy Another further stated that "the professor creation. His services were needed the old style calendar. and he was not the one to shirk Important event happened that year Is commonly critlzed for being abwhen duty called him Into leader- for on February 22, the date of stracted, absorbed, theoretical, Imship of the armies of the Nation. Washington's birth according to the practical, selfish, careless, conceitDuring the Revolutionary War, Gcorgorlan calendar adopted In ed, Intolerant and unsympathetic." "Women and men think different1752, the Marquis dc Lafayette left Commnndcr-ln-Chlwas Washington Kennedy said. "In the of the American armies, and ,for Virginia on the campaign which ly," Dr. room, a women sometimes ended the war at Yorktown. A lecture In this capacity he faced the remakes a remark which Is quite sponsibility of defeating his coun- noteworthy coincidence. Original, but which Is four or five try's enemies. That this was no After the surrender of Cornwallls small Job he fully realized. On his at Yorktown, It was generally be- realms ahead of the professors shoulders rested the task of recruit- lieved that the war was virtually limit of thought." "Technical learning Is often detri ing and maintaining an army com- finished, but Washington did not posed of men who were untrained propose to disband the Army or mental to a woman's nature," con tinues Dr. Kennedy, "because It in wnrfare, and who only too often relax Into n state of carelessness were without the courage and In- as long as a definitive peace had adds a fourth side to her Intellect, spiration which animated the great not been signed. He, therefore, re namely, Inquisitive Intellect. IntuiGeneral, according to the Division tained command of the troops and tion Is the main side of a woman's of Information and Publication of urged upon his countrymen the ne- mind." In concluding her address, Dr. cessity for continued preparedness the George Washington Bicentennial Commission. until peace was concluded at Paris Kennedy remarked that British 1783. In 1782 he was in Phlla civilization Is on the decline, and From the bflctnnlm? nf thn nnv-H- n that It will be necessary to look to olutlon in 1775 until Its close in delphla actively engaged in mnin- - the Orient for new culture. talnlng the American Army at as 1783 when final articles of peace were signed, George Washington nearly Its full strength as was poscommanded the American troops. sible. During this period he had eight The last birthday which Washbirthdays, all of which, except the ington spent In the Army found last two, were spent in winter quar- him at Newburgh In 1783. His ters but a short distance from the troops, especially the officers, were British lines and at times when he almost in a state of revolt which was in the midst of plans for spring culminated in the famous New- "State Officers and Their Du compaigns. burgh Resolutions. The affair was ties" Is General Topic for ended, however, in March The first of Washington's birth- favorably Commander-in-ChiFifteen Addresses Begincalldays which found him at the head when the ning February 16 of the Army was In 1776, and the ed the dissatisfied officers together General was directing: the American and with an eloquent appeal to A new series of 15 radio talks their patriotism, averted the im operations at the siege of Boston. Of- A trying time it was, for his soldiers pending trouble. The following De on the general subject "State al ut from the University of while the amy under commiss,on to the Congress at studios of WHAS, the week Howe was formidable to napolls and retired to Mount Ver-tucnon ior omy a lew years rest irom ,ui reuruury 10. mui min. win uc every respect. The following year Washington was In winter quarters public cares before being called to devoted to a distinct state office and as with the Army at Morrlstown, and fill the office of first President of lor commission officers far as possible of the state the various from his correspondence of that the United States. of Kentucky will come to tne Jbex time the distressing condition of ington studios to tell about their the troops may be realized. The respective offices. Commander-in-Chiwas forced The complete radio program from constantly to ask for supplies which To the university the week of Februwere not always forthcoming. ary 16 is as follows: (Continued on Page Six) Despite the terrible hardships of Monday, February 16; the following year at Valley Forge, sity stop here April 10 and 11 for 12:45 to 1:00 p. m., "Kentucky agriWashington's birthday did not pass a doubleheader on their southern cultural outlook for 1931," by T. R. unnoticed. The band from Proctor's jaunt. Bryant, assistant director of agriWisconsin always places a good cultural extension division; "The Artillery celebrated the event by serenading their chief in front of team on the field and they are gen- Business Situation and Kentucky his quarters, and the compliment erally In the first division of West- Agriculture," by Dr. H. B. Price, was graciously received as is in ern Conference teams. On the 14 professor of agricultural economics. dicated by an item In Washington's of April, the third Western ConTuesday, February 17: expense book for that date. The ference foe, Michigan, encounters 12:45 p. m., "Chats on Salesman band, members of which were listed the "Cats here. ship, No. 3 Types of Customers," as musicians, drummers and filers, It has been some years since the by R. D. Mclntyre, professor of was rewarded with a gift of one Wolverines played here and the marketing and salesmanship; 1:00 pound ten shillings in hard money. fracas should be an Interesting one. p. m., Blaine Stone and his orches This was the first known public The locals play a return game with tra; 1:15 p. m., "How do you procelebration of the event. Miami April 23, there, and then nounce it, No. 6," by L. L. Dantz-le- r, In. 1779, General Washington was depart for the Southlands, where head of the English departor Middlebrook on his they engage Vanderbilt and Ala- ment. at Pluckamln birthday, and the year following he bama, the 29 and 30, playing each Wednesday, February 18: was again in winter quarters at team twice. From Alabama, the 12:45 to 1:00 p. m., "The 1931 marMorrlstown. The year 1781 found Kentuckians go to the Miss. A. & ket for Kentucky livestock," by C. him at New Windsor unable to at- M. camp for a two game series D. Phillips, assistant in marketing; tend the celebration of his natal on May 1 and 2. "The tobacco outlook for 1931," by day which was held at Newport Returning home, the Wildcat ag- O. M. Farrington, assistant In margregation takes on the Commodores keting. of Vanderbilt University in a double Thursday, February 19: header on May 8 and 9. The Big 12:45 p. m., "State officers and their Blue closes the season. May 16 duties, No. 1 The Governor," by W. SMOCK with St. Xavier at Cincinnati. Judge Lyman Chalkley, professor Law; 1:00 p. m., "Violin Roman- Watch Your Watch Sig They tell me that they have cos ; mo p. m.. "rcniemporary good silver service up at the Alpha Drama, No. 6," by Frank C. Fowler, Sig house. director of the university Little S. A. E. Yeah, they all eat off Theatre, the community place. Ohio State Friday, February 20: Clock Sun Dial. 12:45 to 1:00 p. m., "What farm 'folks are asking," by L. C. Brewer, Work Called For and Delivered And then there was the person College of Agriculture, who was as low as the ring around Sunday, February 22: 157 S. LIME a Scotchman's bathtub. PHONE 7638 University 6:00 to 6:30 p. m., University Phil-o- f West Virginia. harmonic Orchestra, and Helen btarK, pianist. EIGHT STUDENTS P- DAIRY Incorporated 315 North Limestone Phones 575 2135 BE ADMISSION 25c PAHK PLAN Dancing Every Wed., Thus., Fri., Sat. Nights JOHN (SHIPWRECh ) KELLY, Mgr. 242 EAST MAIN 1'IiONE ASHLAND MS Sizes 3 to 8 AAA to C's r $4.85 See Window Display B00TERIE "Beautiful Shoes" 139 W. Main (fa . L' mj . ."II