Friday, December 5, 1930
THE KENTUCKY KERNEL,
Basketball Squad In Full
Swing for 1930-3- 1 Season
Bv MARVIN WACIIS
for University students.
organization parties at
special student prices, with
Private dining room to accommodate fraternity banquets, sorority teams and
About 40 members attended this
The flowers knew her through the
Tea At .Maxwell riacc
Their own true lover.
President and Mrs. Frank L. Mc-Ventertained the faculty and stuRose crowding rose the color cross
dents with the regular Wednesday
afternoon tea at Maxwell place
The silver breath could hover
from 4 until 6 o'clock.
Near and far, poor lover!
Mrs. C. G. Latimer and Mrs. M.
They wondered at her through the M. White poured tea and were aspane,
sisted in entertaining by the folAnd through December.
lowing student women of the uni
And then she went her way again, versity.
eyes trying to remember
Misses Alice Bruncr, Mary Susan
Flippant, Margaret Howard, Alice
Have your day December!
Lang, Sarah McCampbell, Polly
JOSEPHINE P. PEABODY
Reese, Mary Virginia Willis, Mary
F. Young, May Bryant, Helen Carr.
Ruby Rogers, Elizabeth Stewart
Muriel Weiss, "Eudena Hamby, Lois
Friday, December 5
Display at the Art center from Purcell, Marlon Schuh, Catherine
8 o'clock in the morning until 5 Aufenkamp.
About one hundred guests called
o'clock in the afternoon.
Campus Club initiation and din during the afternoon.
ner at the Lafayette hotel at 7 o'
Saturday, December 6
Bennett-BraebaDisplay at the Art center contin
Miss Minnie Lou Bennett, Owens- ued.
boro, and Mr. Kenneth Braebant,
Faculty Club Book narty at 8 Louisville, were married Wednesday,
November twenty-sixt- h,
Alpha Sigma Phi house dance ville.
from 9 .until 12 o'clock in the eveMice npntioff. was n fifiirtonf. tn
Sigma Alpha Epsilon dinner the home economics department at
the university, a member of Alpha
dance at the chapter house in 'the
Delta Theta social sorority and "Phi
Kappa Alpha informal dance in Upsilon Omicron, honorary home
the evening at the Phoenix hotel
Mr. Braebant graduated from the
until 12 o'clock, in honor of the
delegates of the province conven- university last June, and is a mem
ber of Alpha Gamma Rho
KapDa Kappa Gamma tea dance
at Patterson hall from 3 until 6 They will make their home in
Louisville, where Mr. Braebant is
Sunday, December 7
Vesper services at 4 o'clock in
Tea Dance at Patterson Hall
Memorial hall, followed by tea in
W. S. G. A. entertained with the
the faculty club rooms until 7
annual tea dance for co-eThursday afternoon from 4 until 6
Spanish Card Party Given
o'clock In the recreation room of
The El Ateneo Castellano, Span- Patterson hall. All women student
ish club, entertained the members of the university were invited to
at a card party in Boyd hall, Thurs,-da- y attend.
The officers of the organization
afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mr.
i David Welsh chairman
of the pro received the many guests who were
gram. Spanish cards were furnish- Dresent during the afternoon hours.
ed by Mrs. A. W. Server, sponsor, They are: president, Miss Kay Ken
who explained the different games nedy; vice president, miss Katnenne
Katterjohn; secretary, Miss Mae
which the Spanish people play.
Following the games and the Bryant; treasurer, Miss Jane Dyer.
awarding of prizes, Miss Emily HarMiss Mary Lou Renaker visited
din, and her committee served a
delightful Spanish food course.
her parents In Burlington last week.
PALAIS ROYALE DANCE CASINO
Open for Winter Season
RES. TABLES 50c
242 EAST MAIN
WED., THURS., FRI., SAT. NIGHTS
THEY ONLY ASKED FOR LOVE" These Boys
who were about to die!
Patent Leather Pumps.
Grey Mocha Gloves
Bat Wing Ties
Black Hombert Hat
June Walker, Anita Page
Zasu Pitts, Marie Prevost
The Womans side of
the World War!
The king is dead! Long 11 ve the
king! The last soft notes of taps
have sounded the end of the reign
of King Football, and his subjects
have nlaced their royal robes of
moleskin away for another year,
somo forever. The stlrrlntr trump
ets of tho young king, Basketball,
have called under his banner nine
formerly loyal subjects of the de
parted king to aid those who have
been drilling under htm for the
past three weeks.
Cant. Carey SDlcer and eight oth
cr men reported to Coach Adolph
Rupp Tuesday for duty, swelling his
sound to about 20 men. These 20
will probably be retained on the
squad for the rest of the season.
Among those who reported for
duty are several regulars from last
year: Splcer, George Yates, .Take
Bronston, and Bud Cavana. Darren
Darby, Jack Phlpps, Bob Kipping,
Dick Richards, and Ellis Johnson
are also out, but are newcomers on
the team. Darby and Johnson are
sophomores and are out for varsity
for their first time. Both are members of the Ashland high school
national championship team of 1927.
flftshv euard work and
his uncanny ability with a basketball will be remembered by any
who saw him in any of the fresh
man games last season. He shouia
have no trouble in making a placo
for hlmseli on tnis year s ne&
Darby will probably not be in uni
shoulder injury which he received
In the Duke game was
a collision with another player
shortly after he reported for practice.
Besides these players, othpr mem-he- rs
of the sauad include: "Little
McGinnls. forward: Sale, center;
Congleton. center; Trott, forward;
Jackson, forward; Lavln, forwara.
ommn fnmrnrd: Bell, iorwara:
Worthlngton, guard: Klelser, guard;
Epps, guard; and Little, guard.
The first game of the season will
be played with Georgetown here,
December 18. The first conference
name for the Bier Blue will be with
Clemson on January 3.
The 'Cats will try to acquit themselves for their drubbing at the
hands of Tennessee in footballb- by
rofiirrHncr thfl eomnllment in
VPthil whm they meet the Vols
in their fifth game here January
m. Coach Itupo's men win mae
their first trip south on January 2"
nd 24 when thev meet Vandv and
Georeia Tch. Ten of the season's
nteved at home while
nve of them will be played on their
The "Bier Blue" are exnctinsc a
successful vear and are lonkimr forward to the Southern Conference
Tnvitt,innal Tournament which De
Tine Pphrunrv 28. at Atlanta.
THe Wildcats showed their
as a drawing card during
heir t.rto iouth last winter when
crowds of anv
Miev drew the large
-- onforpnee teams while on the roid.
game attendance was
'vce,dd onlv by the Rnnanc- Over
tv,o tnnrrmmont. at Atlanta.
snnn neonle filled
,nnf (n thp ervmnasium at the w
Jte L. game, while more than 1.500
The average at'
regular games was bet
tVian 5 000.
The Big Blue is seeking a strong
noDonent for the charity basketball
game it will play saiuraay iubu.
The Wildcats, who will turn oyer
their share of the receipts to the
unemployment committee appointed
Fine French Perfumes from
les of the Ritz and Richard
Per Bottle and Up
An attractive assortment of perfume sets, make-u- p
sets and bath sets All ready to
wrap for "Her" gift.
Here's the evening jewelry she'll
sure to want. Rhinestones,
crystals, pearls, and pearl and
crystal combinations in bracelets,
necklaces and earrings.
Miss Josephine Crowe snent the
Thanksgiving holidays with Miss
Avleene Razor at her home in
Miss Myrtle McCoy visited Miss
Virginia Wardrun in Middlesboro
$1 to $15
wini uiwiw"ui"H RUDD re'
cived'word yesterday that come
sooners will not be able to
here as they had planned. a game
The University can cloe
Immediately for that date with
Marshall College or with an alumni
earn comnosea 01
tj0u!s McGinnls. Cecil Combs.
and other Kentucky
,nc iif. t. has several othermake a
foam's in view and will not
dec'ion for several
mi. nhorifv hasketball football will
rDlace the Dost-easthe unemployment commiuee n&a
The Wildcats are continuing hard
of it.nrlr In nrpnaratlon
nnnlng game with Georgetown
Co'ipge bre December 18.
The Wildcat schedule for the season follows:
r.onraptnwn December 18. here,
Oklahoma city December 27, here
Berea December 31. here.
Clemson January 3. here.
Tonnessee. January 10. here.
Chattanooga January 16. here.
Vanderbllt January 23. there.
Georgia Tech January 24. there.
Tonnessee January 31. there.
W. Ss L. February 6. here.
Georgia To-- h February 9. here.
Georgia Fehruary 13. there.
Clemson February 14. there.
Vanderbllt February 20. here.
Georgia February 21 here.
What is the power
that pulls so many
women and misses
into our shop season after season?
We can find no explana-
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