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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
CHI OMEGAS GIVE
BANQUET AT PHOENIX
Latnbdn Alpha and Clil Chapters of
Chi Omega hold their annual founders
day banquet Tuesday evening in tho
Phoenix iHotol ball room. It was tho
twenty-sixtanniversary of the fraternity and many alumni came to assist the active chapters and pledges
in tho celebration. The tables
"with cardinal and straw
tulips, tho fraternity colors.
After a sumptuous banquet Mrs. Mc
Clarty Harbison, a graduato of tho Friday, April 8
Council Meeting, President's ofUniversity, presided as toastmistress.
fice, 3:45 p. m.
m" The title of her toast was yanlty
Meeting of Patterson Literary
Fair. Lucie Smith in an old fashioned
Society, Gym Building, 7 p. m.
dress, carried a cardinal
The Strollers present "The Adfeather fan and aStig "An Old
mirable Crichton" at Pineville
Fashioned Garden" as a prelude. Tho
in the evening.
toasts were then given as follows:
Saturday, April 9
Hats, Lucy Kavanaugh; Spats, MarBaseball, Kentucky vs. Michigan,
garet Harbison ; Wrist Watches, Anno
Stoll Field, 2:30 p. m.
The Drooping Veil,
Cadet, hop, Armory, 3:30 to 5:30
?(In which telegrams and messages
from absent members;
The Strollers present "Th)3 AdMatsy Grimes; Hoops, Nancy Innes,
mirable Crichton,, at Middles
and Powder Puffs, Claribel Kay and
boro in the evening.
Hilda Threlkeld (In which Lambda
Sunday, April 10
Alpha presented the silver cup to the
Meeting of Y. m: and Yi W. C. A.,
best all round new initiate, Lucy
Kavanaugh; and Chi presented theirs
Patterson Hall, 6:0 p. m.
to Anne Settlemeyer).
As a surprise came the final powder
puff in which the Lambda Alpha chap- EXCUSES GIVEN BY
ter basket ball team, which won the
DR. A. G. IRELAND
championship this spring, was .pre- sented with a bovine cun of straw
The Kernel is requested to publish
colored candy bearing the cardinal the following notice:
inscription "Champions, 1921."
I wish to invite the attention of all
students to tho University rule which
states that in order to .be excused for
OF MISS ADAMS
AND MR. WARTH ANNOUNCED
absences incurred during illness, this
Department must be notified immed- The marriage of Miss Virginia Intolv nn tlio firt ilnv nf nhsfinnp. Kv.
Adams and Mr. Robert D. Warth, cuses will be given them by this De-- I
partment upon return to classes.
which took place January 8 at
A. G. IRELAND, M. D. Resident Phy-- !
Tndv Ihas just been ansician for Men, Department of Hygiene
- Mrs. Warth is the daughter of Mr. , and Public Health.
and Mrs. J. W. Adams, of Bcllairo
avenue, and a member of this year's
graduating class of Transylvania College.
Mr. Warth is at present engaged in
graduate work at tho University. Ho
is president of tho Patterson Literary
Society, "captain in tho cadet corps
and member of tlio track squad. Mr.
and Mrs. Warth w'ill continue their
studies and for tho present will bo nt
homo to their friends at 120 Bassett
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Club was addressed
Monday night, April 4, in Science HaTl
by Doctor Shulf on the subject of
respiration in plants. In presenting
this subject Doctor Shull described tho
chemical reactions of tho vital processes and discussed theltvaluo and
importance in tho study of plants. Dr.
Pryor made rt Bhort address to tho
society on the requirements of various
medical schools for entrance. There
will be one more meeting of the society
this year and plans are being made
for giving a special program and refreshments at that time.
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HARD GAMES ON SCHEDULE
Kentucky will have to show some
real class to bp ablo to clean up with
tliis year's schedule. While the Wildcats were defeating Georgetown Saturday afternoon, Georgia, which plays
here April 29 and 30, was giving Yale
the short end of the score. At the
same time, Vanderbilt, which plays-herin May, was defeating Indiana
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a team that is composed of nearly all
veterans. Their main loss this spring
has ben their pitcher.
professional ball Jn the Pacjflc Coast
League last summer. Reports, however, state that the northern squad
has several good men to take hls'place.
It is said" that their infield and outfield are almost intact.
Coach Andy Gfll has decided ito
start 'Bud' Slomer in the box on account of his showing against Michigan
last .year. If 'Bud' is in fine mettle
he will cause thd vistors
Ridgeway who injured a
finger iir Tuesday's game will receive
Slomer's slants. If his finger does
fliot hold out Baugh will don the mask
and big mitt.
The rest of the lineup of the Wildcats will be the same as in Tuesday's
game. Gregg, Propps, Williams and
Captain Brown will hold the infield
down. Maddox, Beam and Muth will
take care of the outer gardens. In
the last game Muth demonstrated tiat
he is a better player than ever and
he jan be relied upon to hold the outfield together with his presence in
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