Lamp and Croat.
The Lamp and Cross dance in the
Gymnasium, Friday evening, wbb a
unique nnd cnjoynblc occasion. The
guests of honor were the ten Juniors
who were tapped that morning: William Shinnick, McClnrty HarbiRon, Curtis Park, George Gumbcrt, Hart Peak,
George Hill, Than Rice, W. T. Radford, Oren LaMaBter and Bon
The hosts were the active members
of Lamp and Crossj W. W. Clark, J.j
F. Corn, H. F. Cromwell, H. D. Gra- ham, W. J. Harris, G. McCarty, W. L.
McKee, G. M. Pedley and K. P.
Each fraternity In the University
decorated a booth in its colors, while
the entire gymnasium wob bright with
black and gold and the emblems of
L;mp and Cross.
Theta fraternity are planning for a
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News of the
Bcntley Young, former city and
The State University Alumnae Club State editor of The Lexington Herald,
met Monday afternoon with Mrs. Jo- haB accepted a very attractive offer
seph Kastlc at her home on East Max- from the Cleveland Leader, ono of the
most powerful Republican Journals of
Ohio nnd the country, and assumed
his duties on that paper last Sunday.
Mr. Young took up newspaper work
while he wob a student at the UniverPATTERSON HALL
sity, where he was enrolled in the
College of Mines nnd Metallurgy.
After completing his work here ho
secured a position on the Courier-JournDr. D. Corncllson, Louisville, was
staff, where he worked until
Miss eight months ago when he became a
the guest of his
Helen Burkholder, Sunday.
member of the reportorlal staff of the
Miss Jessie Florence, who was here Herald. When P. T. Atkins,' then city
attending the canning club meeting editor of the Herald, accepted a posilast, week, spent several days at the tion on the Courier-JournaMr. Young
was promoted to that office and his
Miss Mary Gray Ashbrook spent the work was so satisfactory that he was
week-enat her home in Cynthiana. recently promoted to the telegraph
Miss Mary Hamilton was the guest and State editor's desk.
of Miss Lillian Hayden at her home
Mr. Young's rise in the newspaper
on the Maysville Pike, Sunday.
world has been remarkable, and his
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Horlne visited many friends in the University wish
their daughter, Miss Miriam Horlne, him success in his new work.
Miss Eva Lutkcmeler was the gue3t PROF. MOULTON MAKES
of, her sister, Miss Carolyn LutkcSCIENTIFIC ADDRESS
A feature of the closing meeting
Misses Robbie Douglass Wilson and
at the third annual session of the
Zula Ferguson were the guests of Miss
Kentucky Academy of Sciences held
Linda Kate Wilkirson Saturday night.
at the Civil Engineering Building SatMiss Wilkirson returned with them
urday afternoon was the illustrated
to spend Sunday at the Hall.
lecture given by Profesosr F. R. Moul-ton- ,
Miss Merle Flanery was the guest
of the Department of Astronomy
of her sisters for the Lamp and Cross
at the University of Chicago, on "Redance.
cent Discoveries in the Sideral UniMiss Elizabeth Eldridge, a graduate
of last year, who is teaching now in
The meeting was attended by over
Stanford, spent the week-ena hundred members and visitors and
Miss Julia VanArsdale.
the lecture by Professor Moulton was
Miss Louise Collins was the guest
declared one of the finest ever given
of her sister, Miss Mildred Collins,
at the University.
In addition to the program which
Misses Emma Deitsch and Mamie
consisted of talks and reports made
Duckwall, LouisvIJle, were the guests
by various members of the Academy,
of Miss Ruth Duckwall during the
the election of officers and new memChristian Endeavor Convention, last
ofbers was held. The
ficers were: Professor A. M. Miller,
Miss Ruth Gregory, Louisville, vispresident; Professor Garnett Ryland,
ited her sister, Miss Alice Gregory,
tof Georgetown College, vice president;
Alfred Peter, secretary; Professor
Miss Emma Utterback spent several
P. P. Boyd, treasurer.
days at her home in Frankfort last
DR. TUTHILL TALKS
Miss Rachel Bolser, Frankfort, was TO LABOR
the guest of her sister, Miss Alma Bolweek-end- .
ser, for the
Dr. Edward Tuthill, of the History
Misses Katherine Mitchell, Bowling Department, made an address before
Green; Marie Speidel and Elizabeth the Blue Grass Federation of Labor
Moore, Louisville, attended the Lamp last Friday night on the subject,
and Cross dance Friday.
and the Economists."
Miss Carrie Lee Jones was the Dr. Tuthill brought out the point that
guest of Miss Robbie Douglas Wilson the labor leader who always breaks
his pop bottle with the idea that he is
Richmond spent the "making trade good" is only temporweek-enIn Louisville visiting friends. arily Improving the glass trade, that
the wealth of the nations is in useful
Sad But True.
articles and that to destroy useful
goods is to destroy wealth.
Mutt: "Aint nature wonderful?"
Tomorrow evening another meeting
Mutt:1 "She gives us all faces, but of the Labor Federation will be held
fwe can pick our own teeth." Harvard and Dr. A. S. Mackenzie, supervisor
of the Friday night lectures, is to have
another excellent speaker on hand.
123 EAST MAIN ST.
OPPOSITE THE PHOENIX
We Do Watch and
The University of Kentucky defeat
ed Georgetown College in their Bccond
baseball gamd of the season Monday
afternoon at Georgetown 'by the score
of 8 to 6. This Is practically the
same score that was handed out in
tile first game between Kentucky nnd
Georgetown this season on Stoll Field.
Both teams gave their hurlers poor
support, as six errors wero made on
Server started the gamo for Ken
tucky but was relieved by Grubbs in
the third when he had gotten him
self into a hole. Grubbs got along
very nicely until the eighth, in which
frame the Georgetown lads started a
rally which netted, them three tallies.
But their disastrous
when Kentucky had piled up five tallies, woh too much to overcome.
Although the gamo was won, Kentucky Buffered a serious loss in the
fifth inning. Henderson, of Georgetown, Blid into Captain Curt Park's
knee with hiB spikes and Injured this
valuable player to such an extent that
he will bo incapacitated for the rest
of the season.
Evidence of Gilt.
Claypool Say, Goldman, did you
know I drank a bottle of gold paint?
Goldman No, how do you feel.
Spring (Onions) Have Came.
in the twilight,
Forsaken by God and man,
And murmur over and over,
I'll never eat onions again.
Former University Student Georgetown Again DefeatLeaves Lexington Herald
ed By Score of
For Ohio Journal
8 to 6
dance they will give at the ohapter
house Friday evening.
In Solid Gold
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