Its nledees at the Lamp and vn hut. Phllln Tin sch. president exCross dance, to be given later in tne Strollers, is working on this and
pects to bo able to announce shortly
The Suky circle has postponed us the time It will nppear in Lexington.
regular May dance until the night of Offers from several neighboring towns
Frldnv. Mnv 7. when the nnnunl high to present "Icebound" there are being
.schooi tournament will be in progress. considered.
All classes will be dismissed Saturday at the end of the second hour, to STUDENTS WILL HOLD
allow all students to witness the May
ANNUAL MEETING HUKB
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YEAMAN TO TAKE LEAD
IN PLAY "ICEBOUND" t.nviu. nf Wnshinirton and Loo Many
speakers nt the conference.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) university problems of the day were
inrhulintr regulation of
ing held dally and according to the drinking and dancing, the
director, Al Wicman, are proceeding Wntinn of thn camnus. and the possi
No difficulties iiiiuw nf the tutorial system in
worn exnerionced when the aubstltu Amcricnn coHckcs.
lion in the cast was made and Mr. letics and, the value of social fratcrni
Wlnmnn said he was hiffhly pleased tics were also discussed.
with the way Mr. Yeaman was hand
Kenneth Durham, of Washington
ling his part.
nnd Lee, was elected president and
T T. Ploknev
of Davidson College was
Arranging Dales Nov?
Dpfinltn dates have not been set elected secretary nnd treasurer of the
for tho presentation of the play as federation for the ensuing
TCl Faculty Members Will Alalia
Program s Given for President
NAMhD rUK YLAK
Dean Boyd and Others To Speak L. H. Dennic Addresses Agricul
tural Fraternity ; u e a n
at American Mathematical
Now Members of Nntioiml and
State Associations To Hannln. nntionnl honorary ng- Alnhn
Vinnltv members nnd students of
dle University News and
University of Kentucky will be on icultural fraternity, held n banquet nt
ilio nrncrrnm of the American Mnthc- - the Lafayette hotel Tuesday
A mIt 2(1.
In honor of L. II. Dennis,
nMP.R nmtlenl Association when it convenes
BEGIN WORK AT
president of the organization
tit its nnnunl meeting nt Berea College, national
nml i niiiitv siiner ntonticnt 01 tno jjo- .
'rim now amn ill liii;
..... i,o Knnn Prof. T. A. Martin, state president .inKtmnnt nf T'llhl InSlrUCtlOll Ol
Tlnnn W. R. Tnvlor. of the College of
01 jour n.
head of the department
i "M,o. Kfliipn Hon. acted as tonstmaster.
t. nf honor made a speech
instructors from all parts of
,Caj growth of the fraternity,.nnd its posassist h
sibil ties for further constructive
The purpose of the National
,nt nno nf nrjn. work in ngriculturc.
Association is to advert so ne umhis subicct beimr
Those nresent were! alumni mem
stnfi Icg.t mate.y
versity nnd its
Miss bcrs: W. S. Taylor, 0. B. Jesness,
giving national Pu;Jy
cuuy EHssabeth LeStourgeon, assistant pro T. R. Bryant, P. K. Karraker, L. J.
mathematics nt the univer Horlncher, E. J. Kinney, J. B. Kclley,
on "Fundamental Cal
V. S. Anderson, C. O. Mahnn, W. u,
and educational sity, will speak
L. G. bel- .
i.iin,.ic ti,rniiirhout the country re culus." university sneakers will be Finn, Cnrise Hammonds,
arils nnd Herschcl Wiel; active memfi,n'n stories. That the work is
graduate student of
trated by the II. W. Mobley, a who will sneak on hers: J. W. Drake, Watson Arm
strong, C. J. Bradley, L. E. Scott, A. Y
the fact that the New York Times, mnthomnticnl nroblems of students Cravens, G. G. Wndlington, M. u. unrunon receiving an important story nnd Miss Vndn Leo Nelson, graduate
rifl, .1. E. Threlkeld, C. U Uolt, u. u
recently, mme .ate y Wired foi
w,)o wU, Miwr an address Ponnebnkcr, C. A. Loudermilk, .1. H
photograph to run w
Trnnsfomation8 Bondurant, and L. M. Caldwell.
Tran" in Iho Ternary Field." Beginning at
meeting will continue
Uonublicnn. and 10 o'clock the
cinn-finlithroughout the day. The visitors will
ri.inr..Tniirniil have used material be served luncheon at Boone Tavern. PLANS ARRANGED FOR
sent out by the National
sociation during the past year
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a mnntr suhiects submitted the past T.AMPERT TAKES
TO HEAR ELIJAH SUNli
year have been Dr. Morris Scherago's
nil rnllpces will hold their annual
FR0M page one) ronninn nt the. Art Department by
rcuelid Avenue, followed at 10:30.
the annual business meeting in' the
homes ii7.fi the next one you hear
At. 2 oVlock thev will
for makers of more attractive
The theme of the oratorio, lie told T.snin
IT C. MnnT.ean's discovery 01
no. pnnooms a nroohet by the name go to Dix River Dam,
which threatens to revolu
Til of n
a banquet at,'
f Eliiah. who foretold the first great the Shaker town Inn for
tVin mnt-- ; no- nf bearimrs in
lrv nnoll t.n the Israelites, and the 6 o'clock.
At 11:45 o'clock the Board of
retiring members of the staff lrought that resulted preceeoea tne TvuntoAci will moet in the office of
Slayden Douthitt, J. L. Crow- - Eighteenth Amendment is supposed the president.
hree thousand years, and
ford, and Miss Prewitt Evans,
At 10:30 the class day exercises
o have been worse. There is a chorus
of 250, an orchestra of 56, besides the on the
Sunday, May 30, the Baccalaureate
The committee which will handle the four soloists, and how in thunder
next year has also hfiv'ro all eoin' to eet into Woodland Sermon will be delivered at 3:dU
otuflont writo-un- s
m. in the university
been chosen. The new members were Auditorium is more than I can see.
President Frank h. McVey presid
T snvs I'd have to see a practice
named at the meeting of the retiring
mmkrs late last week. This
before I'd know what it was all about, ing. The address will he given
mittee is known as the State Press 30 I trails down to the church that D. C. Hull, president of Kentucky
Association and the officers for next light to find out. Professor Lampert Weslevan Colleere of Winchester.
Mondav. Mav 31. at 10 o'clock is
vnnr will be Harriet McCauley, chair- ,vas directin' it, bo I parked in back
mnn. nnd Charles Headley, secretary, :o see what he did. He had a musical Commencement exercises. The proces
Tho members will be Virginia Conroy,
itick that he called a baton which sion will form in front of the
the president and will march to the
Edwards, Ralph Connell, itarted the fireworks.
university evmnasium. the scene of
Catherine Carey, Helen Shelton, Betty
Offers Odds on Altos
Rppanstein. Niel Plummer and Marga
He made a pass at the chandelier, the exercises.
ret Williams. The retiring officers of ind everybody sounded off. Then the address will be delivered by Dr. Wil
the association are Willy King, chair basses started a solo and sawed it Ham E. Barton, of Chicago, III.
lectman, and. Stanley Royse, secretary.
back and forth, and passed it over to clergyman, editor, author and
L. McVey will
he sopranos, who fondled it a bit ano urer. President Frank
boosted it over to the baritones. The preside and confer degrees and
HIGH SCHOOL MEET WILL
finors iumned at it but the altos way ors.
BEGIN THURSDAY MAI
jver in the corner was sailin' along
ton sneed. and I was gettin' excited DOROTHY CHAPMAN IS
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and offerin' odds on the altos, when
CHOSEN MAY DAY QUEEN
.nmsthintr busted, and a tenor cracked.
contests in oratory, declamation and ind the director called a halt by ham- (CONTINUED FROM .PAGE ONE)
miblic discussion in which a large nerin' on a music stand.
number of students will participate
Fnvorites Skid. Smith Loses
Alpha Gamma Delta, and is prominent
The formal program which has not
Thev all clamoed on the brakes, but
been changed except for the date is the altos skidded, and slip out in the in both social and scholastic activities
Uoham Makes Great Race
middle of the street, so the sopranos
An interesting feature of the elec
Thursday, May G
won the first round on a technical
tion was the prominence of a dark
10:00 a.m. Contestants in debate will oul. Well, it was a wonderful thing. horse candidate. When the results
coaches, for You got all the effect of an earthquake
meet with officers and
wore counted, Miss Upham, the dark
pairings will be made and photo
n Main street with the angels singin horse, possessed enough votes to make
'n the distance, and a few harmonious her an attendant, she was ruiea out
11:00 a.m. Delegates and contest
.hundercracks on the side for orches however, when no record of the regis
will be truests of the univer tration.
tration of a girl by that name could be
luncheon at the university
I savs to the professor that he could found.
thn deaf people in the bald- cafeteria.
The crowning of Miss Chapman as
1:30 p.m. First preliminaries in de headed row, and restore their hearing. May Queen will take place on the
Hp crins kind of modest, and says
bate (first section of eight).
campus following a gigantic paraai
3:30 p.m. First preliminaries in de that was iust the first squad I heard through the principal streets of Lex
bate (second section of eight)
down to the church, and when the ington.
Friday. May 7
whole army- showed up, hed put on
8:00 a.m. Second preliminaries in de
real party. I says I wished him
bate (first section ot lour).
uck. There was more dope to write 'BEGGAR ON HORSEBACK"
in ibout the "Elijah" than the Chicago
m?nn A.m. Second Dreliminaries
WILL BE GIVEN MAY 7
debate (second section of four).
fire, and if we wasn't hard up for
11:00 a.m. Delecrates and contestants space, I d write a real oratorio anout (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE)
will be guests of the university at Professor Lampert's oratorio.
luncheon at the university cafeteria.
cessary to complete the play. The
1:30 n.m. Preliminaries in oratory, RTTITYENTS TO TAKE PART
costumes and sets "will be designed by
nnd public discussion
IN "ELIJAH" ORATORIO Professor Sutherland's class in play
7:30 n.m. Finals in oratory, decla
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The cast follows:
and public discussion
Dr. Albert Rice... Alvin Hammel
Saturday. May 8
Cynthia Mason ..Leonora Donovan
and enunciation ol nign
Neil McRae .
n.m. Hich school contests in
Chorus Has 250 Voices
Mr. Cady .
On May 5 that wonderful production
11:00 a.m. Delegates and contest of Felix Mendelssohn, the "Elijah"
or Nell Pulliam
ants will be guests of the university will bo presented. The oratorio will
at the university cafeteria.
in enner hv n rhnriin nf 250 selected
or Mattie Waugh
i 'On n.m. Scholarship contests for voices, augmented by the four artists
Mentioned above who will carry the
various solo parts, several members of
hand nnd orchestra contests.
.he Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra,
1:30 p.m. Declamation and recitation ind the entire University ol KentucKy
orchestra which numbers approxl
7:80 p.m. Finals in debute.
nutelv 55 nieces.
The entire production is under the
School Profflssor of Professor director of the Artist
Cental Kentucky Choral society and
head of the department of music of
The ushers will be Misses Parrish
ho University of Kentucky. Some of and Kay.
To Turn Out May 2
the best professional and
Students are urired to observe "Go lional talent of Paris. Winchester,
to Sunday School Day" next Sunday, Georgetown and Berea is included in PRRSHMRW MUST BURN
THEIR CAPS MAY DAY
Mav 2. bv the churches of the city .he personnel of the cast. The men's
of the univerind
dim wjr wtiw ,,ntt.sitv V M.
wj at nnfl Y.- W. II sity women's glee clubs tne cnoruses - (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT)
O.A. The attendance
also taKe part in
Tells Bible Story
Sunday SchoolB will be counted and
G. T. Fenn. junior class
The "Eliiah" is based on one of the nronhet.
compared to that of former
post dramatic incidents recorded in prophet, will receive the hereditary
"Go to Sunday School Day" is ob
served annually through the country all literature. It is the Btory of the spado from the departing class, and
and on that day, every Sunday School children of Israel, of their worship of will make a short address.
In thn land endeavors to have the tho god Baal, and the punishment Vossmeyer, president of the senior
largest possible number of persons at which was meted out to them by jeno- - class, will also speak.
Mortar Board Will Pledge
AoonnUnv to James Russell, vah usintr the prophet Elijah as his
Following the planting of the tree,
,iot,ioa nf i,n imlvofattv "V." It Is snnknsmnn. Tho test which thn fallen
especially desirable to get a large people make to find the true God, their Mortar Board, honorary senior soror,
im ity, will hold its pledging exercises.
number or students oi tno university i appeal to mcir iuojjucuvc uwwi-aLamp
to attend on this day as the figures their chancre of heart which comes Hnntrarv to tho usual custom.
are kept from year to year and are over them when they are convinced of and Cross, men's senior
constantly cited by speakers who em- the power of Jehovah makes it one of will not hold its pledge service on May
the most masterful musical creations Day, on account of the absence of
phasize the religious life of the
many of its members, but will an
Will Be Set
rlnt" for tho meeting hero
has not been set as yet, but will" be
named by the new president.
convention here will be under the auspices of the Men's Student Council,
which body sent Mr. Milward and
Mr. Cochran to the Washington ana
Lee conference this year.
ALPHA SIGMA PHI
BUYS CHAPTER HOUSE
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porary chapter house. The committee
of the members ot tne irnternuy
which made the purchase have outlined plans for improvement which
include construction of a sleeping
porch and remodeling of the interior.
The house itself is a spacious one,
according to Mr. Charles. A garage
was included in the sale of the property purchased from a real estate syndicate here. The price was not mado
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