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Available mm Tuesday, April THE KENTUCKY 14, 1931 FRATERNITY ROW jtttmmmtmjimtttjmti:::tnnjmt:n::tmtmmr Miss Arta Mac Shearer spent last In Erlanfer. Mary Bell Fish, Bowling Orccn, has beerr spending a few days at the Delta Delta Delta house. Misses Joan Freeman, Nancy Lcc House, and Oladys Wood, Huntington, have been visiting Miss Justine White at the Delta Delta Delta week-en- d Miss QOCIETYI IkafT 1 ELLEN MINIHAN, E (titer house Mrs. O. R. Bright, Flcmlngsburg, had lunch at the Delta Delta Delta house. Miss Itortcnsc Smith had as her house last week-en- d her sister, Miss ttm:;i:t:t;ttnmntmn:tmm:::::;:n:;:::: Prances Smith, Horse Cave. ACnil) Nominations LOVELINESS for closes. I cannot bear the loveliness That carries In Its glow Queen May Sigma Upsllon meeting, Miss Mary Virginia Halley motor ed to Shakertown with friends for evening, lunch Sunday. Monsieur Jean Daglcu, Paris, Frnncc, has been visiting Prof. Blaine Schick and Mr. Dan Fowler during the past week. miss Gladys Rice, Paintsviue; Dorothy Scwell, Richmond; and Mary Logan and Betty Scwell, Mld- dlcsboro, have been guests at the Kappa Delta house. Messrs. Sam Manly, and Boo Daubcrt, Chicago; and Bill Hclzer, Friday, April 17 Lexington, have been guests of University Council meeting, 4 p. friends at the Alpha Sigma Phi m. President's office. house. Messrs. J. P. Jons and Joe Hler- This morning the board of trus- onymous have returned from tees of the university will hold the Drakesboro, where they Inspected quarterly meeting In the offices of coal mines during the Easter Dr. Frank L. McVey, president, at 10:30 o'clock. Messrs. Duke Johnston and John The Alpha Delta Theta Mother's Sims Kelley have returned from a club will meet this afternoon at business trip to Cuba. 2:30 o'clock at the chapter house Mr. Billy Robey and Miss Mallnda on south Limestone street. Robey were here to attend the Phi Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock, Delta Theta dance. Theta Sigma Phi, women honorary Dr. Henry Beaumont has returnJournalistic sorority, will entertain ed from New York. with Founders' day banquet at the Mr. Sam Manly of Indianapolis Lafayette hotel. guest at the Alpha was a week-en- d Omlcron Delta Kappa will hold Sigma Phi house. initiation at 3 o'clock at the La Mr. Charlie Goodman of fayette hotel, followed by dinner visited the Kappa Alpha house In the red room. Jlmmle Chapman last week-en- d Is In charge of arrangements. Mr. Kenneth Harrison of Owens-bor- o Tennis match, St. Xavler and U. was a guest at the Alpha Sig of K.. at Cincinnati. ma Phi house for the week-enBaseball game with University of Messrs. Bob Woods and Jimmy Wisconsin, 3 p. m., atoll neia. Stewart of Ashland were recent Annual R. O. T. C. inspection guests at the Lambda Chi Alpha continued. house. Y. W. C. A. Senior Cabinet Mr. Pat Carrigan of Richmond 7 p. m., parlor of Patterson guest at the Al was the week-en- d hall. pha Sigma Phi house, Y. W. C. A. Vespers, 6:30 p. m., Mr. Slatz Randall was the guest Recreation room, Patterson hall. at the Phi Delta Theta house for Y. M. C. A., Cabinet meeting 7:15, the week-en- d. Y rooms of Alumni building. Phi Delta Theta fraternity had Law School faculty luncheon, as their guests for the formal 12:20 p. m., University Commons. Dodge Whipple, Phil Ardery, SuKy meeting, Men's gym, 5 p. Messrs Frank and Amos Taylor, or Julian m. Paris; and Messrs. Lynn and Lea International Relations Class 7:30 Broecker of Louisville. p. m., Mcvey nan. Radio Broadcast: "Biograpnicai Sketches of American Business Entertained for Scabbard and Blade Monday evening Captain Clyde Men," by R. D. Mclntyre, 12:45 p. "The Blue and White Orches Grady entertained the active mem En1 p. m.; "Living with bers of Scabbard and Blade, na tra," gineering," by F. Paul Anderson. tional honorry military fraternity, with a buffet supper at his home on Richmond road. The actlv members are Ben G. Crosby, Rex Allison, Glenn Prince, John Hearne, Carey Splcer, L. G. Forquer, Ralph m Woodall, Len Jeffries, Carlyle Schuermeyer, Arthur Eyre, H. S. Ray, B. C. Stapleton, E. W. Kirk, W. R. Humber. McVcy hall. A freight of poignant yearnings Y. M. C. A. dormitory meeting, 7 p. m., Bradley hall. For the things or long ago. White Math meeting, 4 p. m. room Lilacs after an April shower; 100. McVcy hall. April air; The Radio Broadcast: "State officers The face In the moon you taught me and their duties by Moses R. Olenn n hair. 12:45 p. m.; "Violin Romances," 1 With Its halo of p. m.; "Man the Builder," by H. loveliness M. Mcrlweather, 1:15 p. m I cannot bear their Since they are no longer shared... I wonder If you now can know How much... how much I cared! CALENDAR Wednesday, April 15 Art Exhibit continued through this week. President and Mrs. McVey's afternoon tea from 4 until 6, Maxwell Place. Y. W. C. A. Freshman Cabinet meeting 7 P- - m Reading room, Patterson hall. Pitkin club luncheon, 12 noon1, Maxwell street Presbyterian church. Baseball game: University of Michigan, 3 p. m., Stoll field. Faculty bowling league, 8 p. m., Ammerman Alleys. Tharsday, April 16 REO CARS AND TRUCKS GOOD FOR MORE THAN 100,000 MILES KITTRELL & WEBB Incorporated CALLAWAY J jj f I j TONIGHT Last DIETRICH i fifefe MmmmmMW Victor McLaglen ClAUDETTC COLBERT FREDRIC ij ; ;I 7 MARCH In Honor Among Lovers STARTS TOMORROW QaramountW Qkxure (r eativcku 5i WUWWWWWWVWWWWWUWWWUWWWAWVt Chi Omega Founders' Day Banquet Chi chapter of Chi Omega, Tran sylvania College, Beta Gamma chapter of the Univrsity of Louis ville, and Lambda Alpha cnapter of the university celebrated the Founders' Day of Chi Omega with a beautiful banquet Friday evening In the palm room of the Phoenix hotel. Decorations consisted of an ar rangement of the banquet tables in the shape of a chi and were decKea with garlands Qt white carnations, the sorority flower, and asparagus plumosa with the lights of many candles in the Chi Omega colors, cardinal and straw. Mrs Amns Tiirnpv of Paris, one of the organizers of Chi chapter, presided as toastmlstress. Tuesday's Calendar This afternoon at 3:30 o'clock the Lexington chapter of the American Association of University women will entertain the senior women of the university and of Transylvania College with a tea in Patterson hall. Invitations for this anair went oui and all senior women this week-en- d. are urged to be present and wel come the visitors .from Transyl vania. At four o'clock there will be- - a program of short talks by prominent women in the fields of music, art, deanshlp, medicine, and literature. These talks will be given in a practical form, so that they will be Instructive as well as interesting to women who have not decided upon KERNEL, PAGE a profession or line of work to fol i low after graduation. Those who arc In charge of the arrangement xor this affair are Mrs. W. 8. Taylor, president of tho local association, Mrs. A. W. Server, Miss Leatourgcon, Airs. Holmes, and Miss Blanding of the university, ana miss muy uuu norman and , Mrs. Jones of Transylvania. Mr. Vernon Rooks of Paducah, Kv.. a former student at the unl vcrsltv. where he held the position of sports writer on The Kernel has recently taken the position or cm tor on the Campbcllsvlllc News Journal. Personals Mr. Richard Brewer of Florida has been recovering from injuries received In an accident last Fraternity Formal visited In Lexington for Phi Delta Theta fraternity enter semesterdays this week. Saturday evening with a several tained Mr. M. H. Holllday was in town beautiful formal dance In the men's Wednesday visiting his daughters gymnasium. and Frances Holllof azure Misses Harriet Decorations consisted day. and argent streamers hung from the celling. Music was furnished by "Slatz Ranfor the Miss Mildred Rue of Harrods-bur- g, dall and his Brunswick Recording Ky., and Mr. Elliott Nether-to- n, The lighted fraternity orchestra." were married Sunday, March shield was hung behind the orches- 29, at 2:30 o'clock at the home of tra. Two beautifully lighted chan-dalle- the bride on North Greenville bearing the fraternity coat street. The Rev. T. Hassell Bowcn, of arms were hung at opposite ends pastor of the Harrodsburg Christhe gymnasium. of tian church performed the cere About 500 guests were present in mony. cluding many out of town guests. The bride is the attractive daughter of Mrs. Insco Williams Rue of Judge Swopc Spoke Harrodsburg, and was graduated Monday evening circuit Judge from the university last June. King Swope, an alumnus of the While at the university she was university was the principal sneak known for her ability as a talented er at the monthly dinner meeting artist. of the Lexington Alumni club at Mr. Netherton Is the son of Mr. 6:30 o'clock at the Lafayette hotel. and Mrs. James Netherton, of La Miss Marguerite McLaughlin, pre- Orange, and was also graduated sident, presided. from the university. At present he Is a prominnt and popular lawyer Mother's Club Meeting In La Grange. Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock The couple will make their home the Mother's Club of Alpha Gamma at La Grange, Ky. Delta sorority met at the chapter Gary-Glosthouse on east Maxwell street. Miss Nancy Jane Gary of and Mr. James Gloster of Middlesboro, were married at the The following formal announcehome of the bride's parents, Satment has been Issued: urday April 4. The marriage is announced The bride is the attractive daughof ter of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Gary and Mrs. Kathreine Hughes Lyon is a student at the university where and she has many friends. She is a Mr. Roy J. Worthington member of the Alpha Gamma Saturday, April fourth Delta social sorority. in Lexington, Kentucky Mr. Gloster is also a student at At Home the university and is a member of 5330 Harper avenue the Sigma Chi fraternity. Chicago Whitfield Hotel. After the wedding the couple reThe bride has1 been connected with the university as director of turned to Lexington to continue stenographic bureau; for the their studies at the university. the last five years secretary of the ath- They are making their home on letic association and manager of Stone avenue. football ticket sales, and for two Skillman-Nicho- ls years she has been secretary of the Mr. and Mrs. I. Best Skillman Altrusa club. announce the marriage of their Mr. Worthington is the son of daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Worthington, Julia Allen Columbus, Ohio, a graduate of Ohio to Wesleyan. member of Chi Phi fraMr. J. Df&keford Nichols ternity. He was stationed in Lexon Saturday, April fourth, ington for two years and is now connected with Rand, McNally and nineteen hundred and thirty-on- e Lexington, Kenucky Company in Chicago. The bride is a graduate of Cyn-thia'Invitations Issued High school in 1926, later The fallowing invitations have attended the Eastern Teachers Colbeen issued: Major General and Mrs. Fox Conner lege and the university, after which request the honor of your presence she became a member of the facat the marriage of their daughter ulty of Ceter Hill High school. Mr. Nichols Is the son of Mr. and Florence Slociim Mrs. E. O. Nichols and is connectto ed with the Combs Lumber ComLieutenant Edgar Albert Gans pany. United States Army on Wednesday the fifteenth of April Tea for Graduating Women thirty-on- e nineteen hundred' and The following invitations have at four o'clock been recelvd: Trinity Episcopal Church Columbus, Georgia Enclosed were cards: Reception immediately after the ceremony Polo Club, Fort Benning 1921 Wlldwood Avenue Columbus, Georgia Lieutenant Gans was a student at the university in the engineering and arts and sciences colleges, graduating in the class of 1924. He took part in three of the Strollers' plays, was cadet lieutenant-colone- l, member of Scabbard and Blade, Mystic Thirteen, Lamp and Cross, honorary fraternities, and the Sigma Chi social fraternity. . who and "Rcd"Wallace show much proIn the outer gardens. Coach OUb announced that a cut would be made in the frosh squad today. Only 18 men will be carried on the yearling club this season. The frosh club will awing Into action In the course of the next week qr so. A game will probably be played on Stoll field. Several games have been scheduled with college frosh outfits and the complete schedule will be released In a short time. mise The Freshman baseball team has been practicing but one week and enough time has elapsed to show Coach Glib that tho Green ball tosscrs will have a great club. On the mound tho frosh are strong especially having Broadbent, DcMoIs- TENNIS ENTRIES DUE ey, Meyers, and Slmonc. These men and one other man will be kept Entries in the annual must be on the frosh roster after the final tennis tournament cut of the squad Is made this turned In by Thursday, April 23, at the office of Miss Rebecca Averlll in Behind the bat are Mattlngly and the woman's gymnasium, It was Core. Cloyd shows up as a finished announced yesterday by Frances star In the Infield. "Pug" Bach Barker, president of the woman's Athletic Association, which sponsors American Association of University the event. The first round must be Women played off by Tuesday, April 28. 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