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LEXINGTON, KV., APRIL
tITTLE THEATRE TO
WIN LOOSE GAME EROM
Forty Students to Go to
cago on Annual
ProLv Mikcsell Aiding
Special Pullman and Bag- Methodists Hit Slomer But Three Day Campaign Held
gage Car to Transport
Here by the Noted
Fail to Put Across
ganizations With Their
FOUR CHAPEL TALKS
RETURN ON APRIL 18 SEASON CLOSES MAY 20 AT PINEVILLE TONIGHT RIDGEWAY HAND HURT
Townspeople Plan Several Teas and Dances in Honor of Kentucky Makes Five Runs Touring Colleges of America
Dean F. Paul Anderson Will
Cast and Band
in "Lucky Seventh"
Conduct the Party
Forty members of the senior class,
Gollegc of Engineering, will entrain
Sunday night, at G:35 o'clock for tholr
inspection trip to Chiannual
cago and vicinity. The party will bo
conducted by Dean F. Paul Anderson
and Professors D. V. Terrell, J. B.
Dicker, E. A. Bureau and L. S. O'Ban-nosix-da-
The Little Theatre is
with several organizations in helping
them produce plays, and starting with
"Tho Amazons," which is to be presented during the weok of April 17,
some organization will present a play
each week until tho closo of tho season. Townspeople as well as students
are to give performances. The activities of the Strollers last week and
this week necessitated the postponement of several plays.
"The Amazons," the next production,
play and will be presentis a three-ac- t
ed by the Little Theatre 'through the
Philosophlan Literary Society. It's outdoor scenery and Interesting play will
undoubtedly please Little Theatre pa
trons. Jack Derringer, John Marsh
are tak- Land, and Fred Houston-Shaing the leading men's parts and Margaret. Harbison, Lucy Smith and Jen- nie Simmons are in the leading
women's roles. All are doing excep-- 1
ti'onally good work. The exact date
of the presentation will be announced
"The Laughing Cure," which portrays the effect or psychological treat
ment on a woman for her ailments,
will be presented by the Patterson
Literary Society tho last week of April.
The cast is composed of Sue Chenault,
Mary Lyons, Mary Peterson, Estella
Kelsell, L. iC. Fielder, J. L. Hayes, W".
K. Berryman and John Casner.
"The Man Who (Married a Dumb
Wife" will be given the first week in
May by town actprs. Mrs. S. A. Boles
Will be the leading lady and Sam
Walton will take the principal male
role. A splendid performance will
possibly have to be given for married
men who are very desirous of seeing
this portrayal of Eutopia.
The- - last play of tho season is to
be given on May 20 by the Woman's
Club under the direction of the Little
Theatre. Plans are under way to give
a Percy MacKayo Night. Mrs. Sallie
B. Cave and Mrs. Mat Walton will
take tho principal parts.
The Strollers are In Eastern Kentucky today helping to put tho University of Kentucky on the map.
The cast of "The Admirable Crichton," tho 1921 Stroller production, accompanied by fifteen pieces of the Uni
versity band, left Lexington last night
on tho 0:35 o'clock train for Pinevllle,.
Ky. A special pullman was provided
for The Strollers and a special bagpage car carried Jnll ibagage and
scenery to bo used in tho play. The
Strollers arrived in Pinovllle at 6
o'clock thi3 morning. The band will
give concerts in front of tho Continen-tal Hotel, at the Pinevllle High School',
and at .several other places In the
city, This afternoon Mrs. John L.
Phillips of Pinevllle is entertaining
The Strollers and the band at tea.
At 8 o'clock tonight The Strollers
present "The Admirable Crichton" at
the Gaines Theatre in Phieville. Then,
from 11 until 2 o'clock The Strollers
will be guests of honor at a dance to
be given by the Criterion Club of
Pineville at the Continental Hotel.
Saturday morning The Strollers and
the band will be taken by automobile
to Middlqsboro, where "The Admirable
Crichton" will be presented Saturday
The Strollers' special pullman and
baggage car, which will await them
at 'Middlesboro, will bring the company back to Lexington, arriving here
at 4 p. m. Sunday.
The students will arrive in Chicago
early Monday morning. The first day
will include trips to Armour & Comthe
pany, the Union Stockyards,
Blackstono Hotel power plant and the
Chicago Board of Trade.
In a letter to Dean Anderson W. L.
Ware, trade commissioner of the Chicago Association of Commerce, informed "the dean that the association has
arranged to take the visiting
oil an automobile tour of the
city's park system Friday.
Tuesday the party will go to Gary,
Ind., to see the American Bridge Company's plant and the plant of the Illinois Steel Company. Wednesday the
Western Electric Company plant and
the Chicago Telephone Company's
main office and exchange will bo inspected. Thursday the Crane Company and the plant of
Friday will be the bilsiest day of
all. There will be trips made to the
Fourteenth street pumping station of
the Chicago water supply system; the
municipal pier; the City Hall, where
a talk will be given by the city, enKENTUCKY TRACK MEN
gineer of Chicago; the northwestern
station of the Commonwealth-EdisoCompany and the Division street works
NVADE VAHDY'S CAMP
of the People's Gas, (Light and Coke
Saturday a trip out Into Lake "Michigan to inspect the water intakes is
Buchheit's Men Are Expectplanned and at night a banquet will be
ing to Bring Home the
given by the Chicago Alumni Club.
The students will leave Chicago Sunday night, April 17, at 8:55 o'clock and
will be back in Lexington at 9:20
Coach Buchhelt leaves with his men
o'clock Monday night.
for Nashville this afternoon in order
Students who will make the trip
to be on hand for the meet with Vandy
are: T. J. Asher, Jr., B. O. Bartee, E.
tomorrow. It is the first college meet
M". Baulch, H. F. Bell, G. SENIOR DAY WILL BE
L. Baulch, W.
of tho year and ho will get an Insight
APRIL 29 THIS YEAR In the future from the way the men
C. Buchhelt, E. T. Cross, It. E. Dealtry,
Sr H. DeBrovy, J. It. Drummy, F. E.
Eastwood, G. A. Hillsman, B. I. Hines, Usually Held on Arbor Day; PostHayden, holder of the Kentucky reponed Due to Strollers' Absence
0. Howard, V.
F. Houston-hawcord for .the Javelin, Injured a knee in
Johnson, J. M. Land, F. W. Luker, M.
practice the other day and it is doubtSenior Day, usually celebrated on
J. McWhorter, J. H. Marking, R. N.
will make tho trip
Arbor Day, this year has. been post- ful whether ho
Continued on Page 2.
poned to April 29 as a result of tho or not. Dorman has been sick and he
not bo up to old form In the high
Strollers presenting their play, "The will
wook-enin Jump. All tho other men are coming
Admirable Crichton' this
BLUE AND WHITE PLAY
of tho State, and along nicely and most of them are
the Eastern'-pnecessitating tho absence of a num working out in midseason form. Porter,
Boyd, Wilholm, Syndor, Captain Clare,
ber of Seniors and Juniors who willJ
part in tho Senior Day pro- Davidson, Thornton, Whaley and Hayhavo
gram. Tho usual schedule will be fol- den will probably make tho Journey,
returning soiuetimo Sunday.
lowed, including the planting of a tree,
Michigan to Present Strong presentation of tho spade to tho Junior Little is nopn of tho Vamy outfit.
Against Coach class, orations by members of both Last year tho Blue and White defeated
easily and our boys are expectthe upper classes, pledging of new them
men 'for Lamp and Cross, Senior ing fb repeat the performance.
men's honorary fraternity, and the
The University of Michigan will women's pledging for Mortarboard,
cross bats with the Wildcats tomor- tho national women's honorary fraterTho next ineetlng'of tho Ag. Socloty
row afternoon at 2:30. The northern nity which succeedsj Staff and Crown, will be held in the Ag, Building Monon its southern trip and on a Senior local organization which has day, April 11, at 7, p. m.
Stoll field tomorrow against a team been in tho University for a number
Tho program Is as follows: "Corn
that Will has the defeat of last year of years.
Root Rot Experiments' R. S. Davis;
rankling in its mind. The Ann Arbor
"County Agent Work ln Kentucky,"
squad defeated tho Cats by an
A delightful tea was given nt the Chas. Taylor; "A Successful Dairy
This was one of Kappa Delta Fraternity house Tues- Farm," R. R. Robbins; "Ag. Society in
score lust season.
tho two reverses received by tho Blue day nftornoon in honor of tholr Grand Alabama," J. D. Fostorj "Ag. Society
and Whito team
President, Miss Sarah Blue of Ala- In Mississippi," C.asoy Smith; "Read- Michigan comes to Lexington with bama. The house president from each ing," Miss Houho, All agricultural
fraternity house was invited.
students are urged to be present.
Continued on Page 4.
Dr. Allen K. Foster, formerly pastor
The Wildcat balltossers put another
victory down In the record book when of the Theodore Cuyler Church, Brooktho ninth inning of the game last lyn, "nnd holder of degrees from ColTuesday afternoon found them lead- umbia, Johns'Tlopkins and Yale conevangelistic caming tho Kentucky Wesleyan nino by ducted a .three-daa
score. The game was not up to paign on tho campus Tuesday, Wednestho standard of tho first contest of day and Thursday, speaking under tho
tho season, it being very loosely play- auspices of the Y. W. C. A. and the
ed. Thrills and spectacular plays were Y. M. C. A.
While here Doctor Foster spoke in
conspicuous by 'their absence.
The Cats wero led to believe that chapel Tuesday morning and evening,
would and Wednesday and Thursday morntho Winchester
start a righthander in the box but ing. Wednesday evening he visited
M'ulholland, a portsider, did the heavy a number of tho centrally located frawork. He was rather erratic at times ternity and sorority houses and Thurs- and Andy Gill's swatters pounced on day evening ho made a talk to the
him in the second frame and put four women of the University at Patterson
aacross the plate. Again in the seventh,
Doctor Foster ls visiting the colleges
hits were bunched and helped by an
error, the local team put across five of Amerlca, endeavoring to fix in the
runs. In this inning the Wildcats student's mind the relationship
tweon science and religion, especially
all the way 'round.
'Bud' Slomer started In the box'to tll0SG who raay havo formed tho
for Kentucky and at times got rest- - opinion tl,at tl,e two are dlstlnct en"
less and gave the Methodist team a tlties- He sald in hls talk ln chaPel Tues"
few hits and incidently a few runs.1
They tallied once in the fifth inning, day: "l am liere to talk with you
and again in the sixth. The stellar students about things which probably
youUllless you know how
work of Al Muth in pulling down confusc
to'adJllst your knowledge to certain
fast ones in centerfield saved Slomer
facts you aro eolns to be ln con"
Ri'dgeway was robbed of a sure two-- fuio" and only Partially educated.,
bagger when Ray, leftfielder of theLThbre are three th,n&5 tliat lio at the
Wesleyan nine," speared a hard drive ba3is of rellSIo aad at all times
ply to every department of knowledge
the third inning. Incidently, the -,nystery' theory and fact- Winchester club nulled the only double
"Alvatorir Hots lioMnrl nil llfo flic
play of the game. Gregg and Beam
to Van Winkle to natural forces, which are at the basis
were retired, Little
of all our reactional side, and as regCecil In the eighth. 'Speedy' Propps
as clockwork, are mysteries
made up for this, however, when he ular
God alone knows. Doctrines atresorted to that ancient trick of hid- which
tempt to explain these mysteries. 3Ien
ing the ball, catching McCourt ten
waiting for absolute certainty will
feet off the second sack in the seventh
McKlnney replaced Slomer in the never Prove anything. Theory, which
everywnere, is uio oesi menial
seventh and held the visitors score- is
to explain. We first study facts,
in the riext two iinnings and
then form our theories. 'Theory is tho
striking out three men.
thing which has made science advance.
was working to perfection and
thn Wpslovnn nlavfirs nnuldn't find Science,. by the use of immagination
flualIty- has mado wonder
his offering. One of his snitters took and Poot,P
put Ridgoway out'.
Reveries. Then there is fact,
a wrong twist and
' th groat,es
e ln he world
of tho game with a split finger. BaughJ Thls
facts, facts that aro spiritual. No
received his slants for the rest of tho for
man knows the orgin of religion. From
Score by innings:
RHE tho Christ's holy (through the there has
.0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
been a growing interest in dealing
with spiritual things. As John FIske
said: 'There is in universal mankind
ENTHUSIASM IS GREAT from the beginniug to this hour, a tenworship
and if there is
FOR BLUE RIDGE MEET dency to there mustGod, the object.' The.
historicity of Christ lies In the human
Moving Pictures Shown at Patt Hall mind, even if man had never conceived
Tho enthusiasm for Bluo Ridge and
for tho Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A.
Conferences which aro hold there
every June, always high at this time
of tho year, is now greater than ever
following tho peppy Joint meeting at
Patterson Hall' last Sunday night.
Moving pictures taken at tho Y. W.
C. A. and tho Y. M. C. A. Conferences
there ln 1919 wero shown and Interesting talks describing all phases of
tho wonderful llfo at Blue Ridge wero
given by Nellie Stone, George Gregory
and C. V. Watson. Bart Peuk gave
tho list of speakers who are to be at
tho Conference in Juno.
Edna Snnpp, recently elected president of tho Y. W. C. A., was the
leader of tho meeting.
0FF THE GRASS
"Admirable Crichton" to be
Presented Under Auspices
of Kiwanis Club
The Strollers this week closed a
contract to present "Tho Admirable
Crichton" fix Winchester, April 15,
under the auspices of tho Kiwanis
Club of that city.
As yet no permission has boon obtained from tho "University Council, to
present the play in Winchester, but
the Strollers expect to ask the council
for this permission at tho meeting of
that body today and feel sure that it
will bo granted.