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Choir Will Sing At
Woodland Feb. 10 President
Registrar of University' Will Be
and Mrs. McVey
The Dayton Westminster Choir will
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The appointment of Ezra L. Gillis,
register and secretary of the senate
of the university, as specialist in the
College Survey being conducted by the Bureau of Education,
was announced at the Department of
the Interior January 21.
Mr. Gillis will be assigned to the
task of preparing a questionnaire
dealing with the organization, duties,
relations and systems used in regis
col- trars' offices in the
eges. Cooperation and coordination
of the registrars' offices and the
offices of the colleges will also
be subjects of inquiry in this connec
tion as well as the method of collect- 'ng information on enrollments
Trades, attendance, class size, admis
3ion, advanced standing and transfei
of students in these colleges.
conducted under authoi-ito'
Congress by the Bureau of Education
5117,000 having been appropriated fo:
his purpose. It is one of the largest
urveys of its character ever under
aken by an agency of the Federal
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rgy enough to count them all. Nay
he counted 150 E's and stopped a'
hat; and thus the English left a permanent record for the children oi
And when the record came into thr
ands of the journalism D's, thej
:.ewed it wrathfully, summoned
ulprit and demanded, "Whyfore d(
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'artment so much publicity? Fie, fie
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Miss Margie and order some A'.'
hoelsale." And the guilty one meekiy obeyed, and to the surprise of nr
one, was seen no more thereafter
Here ended the chapter on "The Af
termath of Exams."
"Math, math, oh yes, aftermath,'
chanted the gallery. "What did yo;
say came after math?"
"There is no aftermath of math,'
snapped the reader, "Math and En
tineers have no place in college his
iDEAN BOYD WRITES
ON PAN - POLITIKOP
(Continued From Page One)
to 7 P. M.
als of the present day must wait
until the rank and file catc"
ip. The outlawry of war, the destruc
tion of the armaments of the mos
movements are doomed because ma:
!.s not yet strong enough for then
Men will not refuse to fight becaus
'hey have no weapons. So long a
they are in the mood to fight, the onl
thing to do is to give them the bes
weapons available. Peace does no
depend on equality in weakness
than it does on the balance o
power. It's the man behind the gur
not the gun, that is dangerous. Man;
proposals for peace are but pieces c
machinery lacking the power to mak
them go. Neither do the appeals
always present the motives tha
will move. People can not be scam
"nto permanent peace.
of the battle field, the poisoning o:
whole cities, the starvation, the extension of warfare to whole popula
'ions all these will be true of fu
ture wars; yet men and women wil
not hesitate to fight again if dut:
:alls, if home and native land are en
dangered. Nor will peace be preserv
ed for the sake of prosperity. Mei
have always gloried in sacrifice
and property for things they hoi
We must produce the power fo:
ceace machinery through education
When mankind is prepared it will b
an easy matter to make the mach'.n
ery. A student movement like "Par
Politikon" is attacking the problen
in a fundamental way. It deals with
the select group of our youth, it produces friendly altitudes through acquaintanceship and understanding, it
supplies motives rather than machin
ery, it is positive rather than negative, it will make the policeman with
his gun safe, it is a leaven that will
PAUL P. BOYD.
University of Kentucky.
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Play by play by direct wire announced through the
Opus 29 ..
David Hugh Joner
Mleluia! Christ Is Risen
Vhat Christ Said
Peter Christian Lutkin
Vere You, There?
The Shepherd's Story (Noel) ..
(Continued From Page One)
!en in the dark, unfathomed cave.'
f the ocean, that this exquisite flowei
hould have so long been permlttc
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The Wildcat Lair, named in honor
of the football team of the University of Kentucky, is one of the most
Violets are blue.
I flunked out,
WILDCAT LAIR NAMED
IN HONOR OF WILDCATS
3 to 5
The decorations for the dinner
were blue candles and white carnations. The souvenirs consisted of
pictures of the university and wooden book-enand candlesticks of
wrought iron which were made in
the university workshops.
After dinner several of the university girls serenaded the guests and
were invited to join the party; they
"ere: Misses Margaret Lewis, Sarah
Walker, June Walker, Dorothy John-ioMartha Minihan, Willie Boyer,
'Catherine Dishman, Henrietta Blackburn, Charlsey Smith, Rankin Harris,
Mary Lewis Marvin, Virginia Barker,
Helen Sampson, Mabel Graham and
Mrs. McVey was assisted in entertaining by Dean Blanding and Miss
Rosea are red,
Have you been in the
blush unseen and waste its sweet-leson the desert air, is a crimr
.gainst the very name of Art, t popular "eat shops" near the
rime against the university, agains'
The Lair is owned by S. A. "Dad-ly- "
ivilization, and against innocent anr
Boles, athletic director of the unideeding posterity.
But courage! The dead past wil versity and is managed by R. Norlury its dead, and with the produc ton Skinner. The men employed are
at the school.
ion of this "Justice" there will be r
light to brighten the paths o
The Senior Engineers
saving once been awakened, may go
n, like the poet's brook, forever, to
greater and even better things.
You have heard this play, "Jus-icePerhaps you have already seen
t, been torn at the heart by its stark
evealing, rending tragedy. Where al
he twin and triple phases of human
eakness are laid bare to the eye;
here the very soul of man is rent
rom his body and laid, smoking, on
salver! It is tremendous, dynamic!
There is to be only one woman in
he play. Why, we know not. It if
ist another of those terrible secrets
at are locked in the great bosom
f the universe. The engineers prom--- e
us, however, that this woman wil'
e no ordinary female, but a new
-der of woman, rich and strange
To successfully combat these
ho will be as a thousand of the
cold frosty days these heavy
sual variety, both in talent and in
winter garments should be
The cast, according to Mr. Perrin.
thoroughly cleaned. We know
ie director, who goes around
our ability to satisfy you in
as a human being, presents no
this work, so we want you to
few problems despite the fact that
e is dealing with
phone for our truck. That call
a supsr-seleroup, every man of which is a per--will mean entire satisfaction to
actor, both by birth and by train-nyou.
For instance, there is the prob--of the leading man. As an em- ozzler he must be shifty-eyeand
trtive: as a leading man he must be
autiful. Mr. Perrin finds that so
any senior engineers are both beau
.ful and furtive and that the selec- 'on is difficult. Neverthelss, he is
ble to say with certainty that never
n all his long and faithful career on
"Cleaners That Satisfy"
'ie stage, has he seen assembled to
ether at one time, "such a scintil- ting galaxy of embro stars."
212 S. LIME
Dean Anderson of the Engineering
""ollege gave us the College monkeys,
'ut it has remained for the Senior
Engineers to bring to our fair cam
'us something even nobler, dearer,
ome glimpse that may leave us a
'ttle less folorn m their premier dmatic production, "Justice" by John
""alsworthy, took London by storm,
ew York by hurricane, and Chicago
Shall its success,
pon our own fair campus be as
As is the custom each year, President and Mrs. McVey entertained
with a dinnpr, Wednesday evening
at their home in honor of the former
students and alumni of tKe university
who are at present in the state legislature. Those present were: Senators
J. J. McBrayer, C. M. Porter, E. C.
Walker, J. W. Howard, Gareth K.
Ferguson and Otto C. Gartin. Representatives were: J. Porter Land, J.
O. Creech, T. T. Britton, Beckham H.
Robertson, T. H. Vincent, Hugh Porter, Henry Lewis and Harry B.
Professor C. A. Lampert will appear in the first of his series of formal violin concerts on Tuesday, February 7, in the Romany Theater at
8:15 o'clock, p. m.
The purpose of this group of recitals is to aid in raising funds, for
the organ which will be placed in
the new Memorial Auditorium. Tickets may be purchased for fifty cents
from any member of either the
Men's of Women's Glee Club.
The program i3 as ToITows:
2. Concerto .
3. a Du bist die Ruh
b Caprice Espagnol
(Piano solos by Miss Rose)
4. a Gypsy Airs
c Perpetual Motion
Mr. Lampert will be accompanied
on the piano by Miss Edith Rose, di- ictiur ui music ai xiaimuun college.
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ENGINEERS WILL GIVE
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NELL OSBORNE BEAUTY SHOPPE
present a concert next Friday at the
Woodland auditorium. The famous
choir, which is composed of 60 men
and women under the direction of
John Finley Williamson, is now in
Texas on their fourth annual tour.
The choir comes to Lexington from
The program is as follows:
Hodie Christua natus est....Palestrina
Sing Ye to the Lord
Johann Sebastian Bach
a. Poco Allegro
b. Allegro Vivace
Jesus, Friend of
F. Melius Christiansen
Entertain Former U. of K.
Students at Dinner
Give Violin Concerts
For Organ Benefit
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