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Best Copy THE KENTUCKY KERNEL PAGE TWO Jcct "English Actors nnd wrights" and will read n one act English play to illustrate his topic. Ho Is well versed in his subject, having obtained his Bachelor and Masters degrees on the subject of English stage. The public Is cordially invited to nttend. Play- Society students and faculty of the University. French Club meeting at 3 o'clock in Patterson hall. Thursday, November 28 Homecoming Day. Final football game, Kentucky vs. Now the fields nro brown nnd barren, University of Tcnn. at 2:30 o'clock, Bitter autumn blows, on Stoll field. And of all the stupid asters. University Alumni formal dance at Not one knows. 0 o clock in the Men s uym. Sara Tcasdale. Friday, November 2!) SuKy Dimmer Dance nt LafayCALENDAR ette hotel. Saturday, November 30 Friday, November 22 Phi Sigma Kappa house dance in Club of Woman's Club of Brides University meeting for initiation evening. Delta Zcta Tea Dance nt Patterceremony at 3 p. m. in Patterson son hall. hall. Stroller Formal Dance. Saturday, November 23 Cadet Hop at the Men's gymG p. m. Interesting Lecture to be Given nasium from 3 to Mr. Frank Fowler, director of the .Sunday, November 24 Vesper Services at 4 o'clock in Guignol theater, will give a lecture Tuesday November 2G, at the GuigMemorial hall. nol theater at 2 o'clock. Tuesday, November 2G Tills lecture planned in conjuncMr. Frank Fowler lecturing at 2 o'clock at the Guignol theater on tion with the club, promises to be one of the most in"English Actors and Playwrights.'' teresting programs that the club has Wednesday, November 27 President nnd Mrs. McVcy's aft- presented this season. ernoon at Maxwell Place for the Mr. Fowler has chosen for his sub- WILD ASTKR8 In the spring I nskcd the daises If his words were tnie, And the- clever clear eyed dnlscs, Always knew MARTHA OAKLEY'S BEAUTY STUDIO Realistic Permanent $15.00 Nestle Improved Permanent . $10.00 Shampooing, Finger Waving, Marcelling, Comb Waving, Manicuring, Scalp Treatments For Appointment Phone Ashland Chimney Corner Bldg. 73S9 Esplanade 3 wwwwwvwwwwu Special Thanksgiving REDUCTIONS On Beauty Services BUY A 5 CARD BUY A $9 CARD-GE- GET ?6 in Service T 12 in Service Avail yourself pf these, aids to loveliness and perfect grooming at a great saving. Have a Shampoo, a Marcel, a, finer Wave or a Manicure with your service card. DELETTREZ PARIS FACE AND SCALP TREATMENTS Exclusively in Our Beauty Salon University Commons Thanksgiving Day Dinner 12 to 1 o'clock. Bring your guests to the Commons for a turkey dinner. adv. Interna tinnal Itclalinns Class Meet A meeting of the International Relations Class was held Tuesday night, at 7:30 in McVcy hall. Mrs. Frank L. McVcy, president. The speaker of the evening was Dean Anderson who spoke on the subject "World Power." men of today nre examples of integrity nnd honesty and that the men who build on n dishonest principle will fall. The business enterprises which are patriotic arc those for the benefit of the people, Mr. Lewis stated. Mr. Ford, Mr. Edison and the late Judge Onry have been great patriots be- cause of their economic principles, according to Mr. Lewis. "The comparison of the living conditions of the working man nnd jlho middle class in Europe and America is a measure of the economic progress of the two coun- - TIIK NEW CHIMNEY CORNER On Espanado Scrvles $1.00 Dinner Every Evening adv. tries," Mr. Lewis slated. He said that the working man, or even the middle class of Europe cannot afford to buy an automobile or a radio, while in the United States this is not the case. Mr. Lewis is n Kcntuckian nnd has employed many graduates of the engineering college In his corporation. Ho was in Europe during the summer and during his stay there made n study of the economic conditions of European countries, upon which he based his statements comparing the conditions in Europe and America. "Meet Me At Salman's" YOUR . A traveling exhibition of the dlvis-o- n of Graphic Art of the United tatcs Museum at Washington, D. C, Photograph opened nt the Art Center Monday. The exhibit contains representative specimens of the various processes of wood cuts, Japanese prints, wood engraving, etching lithography, mezzo-tin- t, aqua tint, photogravure and other art work. Miss Calllhan, head of the Department of Art, Is in charge of the exhibit and has invited everyone to see this interesting collection. THE GIFT THAT'S REMEMBERED If you wish to please some one particularly, let your gift be a Photograph. We are making a special Christmas offer to students who have had their pictures taken for the Kentuckian. Your picture Kappa Delia Mother's Club The Mother's Club of the Kappa Delta sorority held a meeting November 12, at the chapter house and made plans for the social and business meetings of the year. At the first of the social meetings they will have a Parcel Post Sale. On December 10. thorn win im n Silver Tea at the chapter house in uic interest or the friends and alumnae of the sorority. Mrs. Hailev. of Cincinnati, wnc Mm guest of honor at the first mpnMnir of the club. The officers of the clnh J. T. Pride, president; Mrs. J. E. Jones, Mrs. J. E. Young, secretary; Mrs. T. A. Steb-bin- s, treasurer, and Mrs. L. L. Roberts, publicity secretary. mm THE GREEN TREE The Green Tree Ton a dollar dinner each evening. Adv. at a very reasonable cost will be finished $7 12 for $5 - $350 for Isll 6 for 3 ALL ORDERS MUST BE IN BY DECEMBER 5th ALUMNI CLUB DANCE After the Thankseivlne ramp. tht Lexington Alumni Club will give a dance in the men's cvmnasium f mm nine to tweleve. The Kentucklans and the Phoenix hotel orchestra will furnish the miisin. Miss Marguerite McLaughlin, president of the Lexington Alumni Cluh is making the arrangements with the neip oi some oi the officers and prominent members of the Alumni association. Jaunty three-piec- e Knitted Togs for tingling autumn days VWWWAWmVWV1. 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All the wanted Fall shades. $2.95 to $10.00 MITCHELL, BAKER & SMITH SWEATERS (Incorporated) Slipover or button styles, Crew or V necks in all the smart new colors and modernistic designs. $2.95 SPECIAL SALE Delicious and FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Modes fer g SPORTS COATS Untrimmed Coats for smartness in Llama fleece, sombre pattern fabrics, camel's hair rugged and soft for wear. $C50 $16.75 to $59.00 THERE ARE PAUSES AND PAUSES. AND BUTCH, THE DEMON SPORT DRESSES TACKLE, WOULD READI LY ADMIT THAT SOMETIMES IT'S A MATTER OF TOO MUCH PAUSE Blue Kid Also Values to $6.85 in Many of Our Smartest Styles Over 100 Pairs .v ' AND NOT ENOUGH REFRESHMENT. in m The rest of us are more fortunate. We can take our Silks, Wools, Crepes in youthful tailored dresses. More than a dozen different styles from which to choose. $10.00 to $29.75 . I A pauses as we want them. to refresh us, Coca-Cois ready, around the corner from And $450 la Sports Wear Shop anywhere. 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