show skill in handling their parts.
Other minor characters of unusual
excellence aro: Misses Mario Becker,
Farra, Vivian DoLaine,
Mrs. Alfred Zcmbrod, a prominent Elizabeth
Mary Hamilton, Nell Crawford and
club woman of Lexington, and chairJune Sale.
man of tho Art Department of tho
Y. W. C. A.
Clubs, was the subject of a lovely picture In the Sunday edition of tho Her-aiThe Y. W. C. A. held its regular
weekly meeting Sunday ovcnlng at
Mrs. Zcmbrod initiated the move
subject for tho
ment to establish a permanent nrt Patterson Hall. Tho
evening wnB tho "Life of Paul." Difmuseum in Lexington. It was duo to
phases of the apostlo's life were
her energy that the Art Loan Exhibit ferent
discussed by Misses Sarah Harbison
was held hero last spring during a
meeting of tho Federation of Women's and Louise
Graham was leader.
Clubs, at which exhibit Kentucky ar
tists were invited to enter and com
pete for the prizes offered.
CHI OMEGA BANQUET MRS. A. C. ZEMBROD
FEATURED BY PRESS
The Chi Omega Sorority celebrated
Founders' Day with Its annual banquet
Saturday evening at the Phoenix Hotel. Chi chapter of Transylvania;
Lambda Alpha chapter of tho University of Kentucky, and the alumnae
joined in the celebration.
The toasts by University girls were:
"Tho Open Road," Miss Frances
Geisel; "Those Who Made the Road,"
Miss Eliza Piggott.
Those present who are taking work
at tho University were: Misses May
Barnes Browning, Frances
Eliza Piggott, Elizabeth Petty, Sarah
Harbison, Marie Young, Nancy Innes,
Louise Turner, Mary Parker,
Farrel, Helen Morris and Eloise
torlan Seminary; "Tho Paramount National Issue" by .Too C. Jenkins, of
Georgetown University; "Tho Dawn
of Victory," by Paul N. Dcmareo, of
Kentucky WcBleyan, and "America's
Greatest Enemy," by Richard C. Miller, of Bcrea College.
Between the orations, tho audience
of more than 300 persons was favored
by musical numbers selected by tho
Horca Male Quartet, the Aabury Male
Quartet, and a Girls' Quartet from tho
University, and solos by Miss Helen
Durkholdor and W. Leo Smith.
bonds of affection established between
us and tho namo aforesaid BULL-DOIs our lawful chattel.
Knowing you to bo gentlemen of
high rcputo and believing as wo do,
that you will bo true to your traditional precedence of honor and Justice,
wo, tho JILTED
UTOPIA, urgently request that our much beloved canlne. be
ROBERT M. MITCHELL,
S. H. BROWN,
BY MEN IN ISSUE
Ser. of the Peace.
Chairman of Com. on Foreign Affairs.
To tho Right Honorable Chief of tho
T. K. B James Homer Moore:
It Is very embarassing for us to be Tho Record of Cynthlana High
A very interesting program wbb furBLUE RIDGE LECTURE.
editorially for a girls
nished by the Music Club Tuesday forced, to inform you that now, at this School pleads
ALPHA XI DELTA.
present time, in your Chapter House, orchestra.
night at Patterson Hall.
Many students enjoyed the beauti
in your posMiss Nell Stucky gave several selec- you hold one BULL-DOfully illustrated lecture on Blue Ridge
Xi chapter of Alpha XI Delta
The April Vanderbilt Observer will
tions and the male orchestra also session which by right of discovery,
by previous possession, and by mutual bo edited by the
will celebrate "Founders' Day" given in chapel Tuesday night by Mr. played.
April 17, by their annual banquet at J. W. Bergthold, State Travelling SecEveryone is invited to attend future
the Phoenix Hotel that evening. Many retary of the Y. M. C. A.
meetings and hear excellent music.
The pictures shown were illustraalumnae are expected.
tions of the beautiful country in and
O. L. REED TO
near the Blue Ridge Association SUPT.
and the Boys"
SPEAK FOR FRESHMEN
Lexington Opera House Y. W. C. where the Y. M. C. A. and
A. summer conferences are
Professor O. L. Reid, Superintendheld. The attractive buildings and
ent of Public Schools in Louisville,
pictures of delegations attending these
will speak in chapel Tuesday morning,
Fail To Read
conferences were shown, and some of
April 18, under the auspices of the
the Kentucky men and girls were recFreshman class. Mr. Reid's subject
ognized in the
will be. "The Day's Work" and those
The purpose of the lecture was to
who have heard him before tknow his
arouse enthusiasm sufficient enough
power as a speaker.
326 W. Main St., Lexington.
to send forty men and ten women to
represent Kentucky at the 1916
News of the
Times a Week
KEYS AND THIRTEENS.
Porcell's Store News
During the month of March only, we
will offer the following reductions:
Friday night the Keyes and
Mystic Thirteens, the honorary sophOn
In Solid Gold,
omore and junior organizations, will
entertain their pledges and friends at
a dance at Buell Armory. This promises to be one of the foremost social
events of the year and extensive plans
for its success are being made.
Attractive programs announce the
fact that every odd dance from the
first to the eleventh will be
the tenth and thirteenth being reserved for the pledging services of the
After this there will
be break dances only.
Miss Lena Clem spent the week-enwith her parents at Bedford.
Miss Willie Wood Taylor will spend
the week-enSteele at Winchester.
Miss Mamie Starling Boulware, of
Shelbyville, spent Thursday and Friday as the guest of Miss Charlotte
Miss Jessie Cummings will spend
in Louisville with her
Miss Mollie Johnson
week-enwith her sister, Miss Maxie
Miss Folson McGuire was a visitor
last week at Patt Hall.
Miss Eliza Piggott spent the week
end in Louisville and several days at
her home in Irvington.
Miss Zula Ferguson spent several
days last week visiting her sister in
Miss Maude Harman had Miss Grace
Morris, of Richmond, as a guest for
the week-end- .
Miss Eliza Clay Mason spent the
week-enwith her parents at
I. 00 now
for "Twelfth Night,"
the play to be given by the Philo- sophian Literary Society May S on
123 EAST MAIN ST.
the Patterson Hall lawn, are being
OPPOSITE THE PHOENIX
held regularly and a good cast is manifesting much enthusiasm under the
We Do Watch and
direction of Christine Hopkins.
The play promises to be the best
ever given in the history of the society and all the characters are well
adapted to their parts. Miss Anna E.
Lewis, who appears for the first time
in college performances, is excellent
in the part of "Duke Orsino," while
as a young
I. P. A. CONTEST
lady of much ability in theatricals, is
cast for the difficult role of Viola."
For any kind of dental service call on
Miss Kathleen Sullivan, as "Olivia";
The oratorical contest of the KenMiss Alma Bolser as "Malvolio"; Miss
Prohibition AsCelia Cregor as "Sir Toby Belch" and
sociation, held in chapel last Friday
OMce houri 8 a. m. 8 p. m.
Miss Edith Sachs, as the "Clown"
night has not been decided yet, as
one of the judges has not rendered
The University was represented in
the contest by J. J. McBrayer on "Our
Great Internal Destroyer."
Phoenix Hotel Lobby
Early, the Asbury College representative, addressed the association on tho
subject of "Uncompromising Conflict."
a National Defense,"
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was the subject chosen by Leonard V.
Buschman, of the Southern Presby- -
We also have a Line of Kentucky
Banners at Reduced Prices, this
Month Only I
Come Early and Make
University Book Store
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