Decorations for the
formal and informal
The outstanding fcaturo of nny nffair Is beauty. Wo nro displaying party decorations and favora of distinction that will lend
color and Individuality to your affair
Phones 4503-April 17 Miss Sarah
and 8268-BlanditiR entertaining the Woman's I love to stand on Easter
SpeciaI Rates For Classes
Beside life's bounding sea,
Club of the university.
Saturday, April 18 The Phi Kap-p- a And watch the comely vessels
Private Lessons by Appointment
Go scampering by me.
Tau fraternity cntertanine with
DANCE: Saturday Night
the formal dance in the now pym- Blue Kibbon Saxophones
On Easter every schooner
That ever braved n gale
Saturday. Anril 18 Knntm Dnlfn
sorority entertaining with n tea dance Has polished every railing
And hoisted every sail.
in the afternoon in the now irvmnn- sium from 3 to G o'clock.
And every ancient trireme,
Keys and Thirteen Entertain
The new gymnasium wns the scene And every stately dreadnought
That ever steamed a knot.
of a delightful dance Wednesday even
ing, given by the Keys and Mystic
Thirteen, honorary fraternities of the The modest little rowboat,
The wily submarine,
During the fifth
the mem Have raised their thousand standards
Blue, yellow, red and green.
bers of the Keys with their partners
marched around the hall and assembFountain Drinks,
led beneath the illuminated shield of If every day were Easter
No other thing I'd try
the fraternity. Each member tapped
with a large key his successor. The Than to stand besides life's ocean
And watch the ships go by.
ten outstanding students chosen were
J. A. Estcs.
Messrs. Loyal Van Arsdall, Gayle
Mohnoy, Van Burcn Ropkc, Paul W.
The following beautifully engraved
Mc- Jenkins, Oscar Stocssed, Harry
Chcsney, Arch Bonnet, 0. L. Steele, invitations have been issued:
Kappa of Phi Kappa Tau
Frank Phipps, and Raymond Ellis.
Saturday, April Eighteenth
The young women placed the emblem
Nine to Twelve
of the fraternity, a band of purple
with a gold skull and cross bones, upDancing
on their arms. Following the pledg
dance for the
ing was a
members of the fraternity and their
Registrar Ezra L. Gillis left Fri
At the end of the seventh
dance, the members of the Mystic day at the close of the third annual
Come to us for all
Thirteen assembled beneath their institute for registrars, for Boulder,
shild and tapped their pledges with Col., to attend the convention of the
National Association of Registrars.
a scabbard. The following men were
pledged: Messrs. Frank Smith, Adolph
Professor and Mrs. Zembrod will
Edwards, Hunter Green, James Au have as their guest Professor Joaquin
gustus, Hubert White, John Evans, Ortega, during his stay in Lexington.
Guthrie Yeager, Buddy Smth, Guth- - Professor Ortega is a native of the
erie Bright, Carter Farrngton, Dow- city of Ronda, province of Andalucia,
ner Bramc, Olva Linkle, and Henry and is professor of Spanish in the
The pledges were given University of Wisconsin.
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arm bands of the figure 13 and a
Miss Christine Hopkins, Louisville, in
at the Kappa DelThe active chapter of the Mystic spent the week-en- d
Thirteen were hosts for the dance. ta house while attending the Ken
About 300 guests enjoyed the dance. tucky Association of English Teach- 52525E5ES2SiS2H5ZSH5ESHSH5a5H5HSZ5H5E5Ei'
ers. Miss Hopkins is a teacher of
English at the Louisville high school.
News of the engagement of Miss
Professor L. L. Dantzler spoke on
Katherine Lee Goodsight to Mr. Danof English Students
iel Stuart Morse of Chester, Pa., is "Classifications Ability."
at the final
received with much interest by their
many friends at the university. The session of the Kentucky Association jjj
marriage will be solemnized in June. of English Teachers annual
Both of these young people were
popular students of the university.
Miss Goodsight, the daughter of Mrs.
Augustus C. Godsight, is a prominent member of the Kappa Kappa
Gamma sorority, and Mr. Morse, who
was recently graduated with an eng
viable record from the university, has DRS. S. T. & E. D. SLATON
taken a position with one of the
leading corporations of Pennsylvania.
Guaranty Bk. Bldg.
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. F.
B. Morse of Cincinnati, formerly of
Lexington. He is a member of the
Hours 8 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Kappa Alpha fraternity.
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