THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
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Social and Personal
Saturday, April 26 lipsilon chapter
of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority
formal dance a't Phoenix Hotel.
Saturday, April 26 Sophomore dance
.1:00 to 6:00 o'clock.
On account of the limited
amount of space for the society
items this week and also last week
it was impossible to run all of the
items. I wish to apologize for
those stories omitted.
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Beta Chapter of the Alpha Delta
Theta fraternity entertained with a
luncheon, Saturday at Canary Cottage,
followed by a theatre party in honor
of the initiates, Elizabeth and Edith
Farmer. About 25 members of the
A Fleet of Maxwells, Overlands and Fords at Your Service Dey and Night
active chapter were present.
Miss Rachcllc Shacklcttc entertained
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with a luncheon at the Phoenix" Hotel
Monday afternoon in honor of Miss
Tau Delta Alpha will hold their installation ceremony i..to the national
fraternity on May 6, followed by a
banquet in the evening.
Alpha Gamma chapter of Alpha
Chi Sigma, honorary chemistry frater- Gloucester, Tennessee, third. Time
nity, entertained with a lovely formal :S2
Two-MiRun Hall, Kentucky,
evening at the
Phoenix- Hotel. Men making the high- first; Milton, Kentucky, second; Deathest standing in the chemistry depart- erage, Tennessee, third Time 10:20
ment are chosen for the distinctive
High Hurdles Kay, Tennhonor in this fraternity.
essee, first; Dewhurst, Kentucky, second; Dumas, Tennessee,'" third. Time
Kappa Alpha Dance
The members of Theta chapter of
Klapipa Alpha fraternity entertained
with their formal dance at the Phoenix Hotel Saturday evening from 9
limit 12 o'clock. The ball room was
beautifully decorated in crimson and
gold, the fraternity colors, and at one
end of the room the fraternity shield
was draped with an American and
Confederate flag which symbolized WILDCAT TRACK TEAM
the friendship of Northern and Southern Kappa Alpha.
The favors for the girls were tiny
perfume bottles in shape of flasks
bearing the fraternity coat of arms.
The Wildcat track team defeated
Delightful punch was served during the University of Tennessee
the evening, and music was furnished Saturday, April 19, at Knoxville, by
the overwhelming score of 101 to 33.
by the Kentucky Kernels.
The men from Kentucky took first,
The Chi Sigma fraternity held an and second in every event except the!
initiation followed by a dinner at the hurdles and discus throw. The relay
chapter house last Saturday afternoon race was forfeited by Tennessee to
and evening. Among 'those initiated Kentucky.
Tennessee had the high point man
were: Dr. Paul P. Boyd, Dean of the
College of Arts and Sciences; Dr. in Kay, who won both hurdle races
Edward Wiest, Head of the Econom- and the broad jump. Uncas Miller, of
ics Department; Prof. E. A. Bureau, Kentucky, broke the Tennes'see track
record for the 440 yard dash when he
of the College of Engineering.
ran the distance in 52
The summary of the meet follows:
Dr and Mrs. Frank L. McVey entertained with a lovely reception Friday first; Tracy, Kentucky, second; Rodafternoon at Maxwell Place, the pres- dy. Tennessee, third. Time :10
Mile Run Hall, Kentucky,
ident's home on the- campus, in honor
of the visitors here for the convention Allen, Kentucky, second; Deatherage
of the Classical Association of the Mid- Tennessee, third. Time 4:49
About 250 gues'ts were
present for this delightful affair.
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Dash Nantz, Kentucky,
Tracy, Kentucky, second; RoJ-dTennessee, third. Time :24
Run Miller, Kentucky,
first; Allen, Kentucky, second;
Tennessee, third. Time 2:08
Low Hurdles Kay, Tennessee, first; Brady, Kentucky, second;
Kentucky, third. Time
Eat, Drink and be merry here
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WEBB AND OPPIE KIDD, Props.
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Shotput Wilson, Kentucky, first;
Anglin, Kentucky, second; Kefauver,
Tennessee, third. Distance, 39 feet, 10
Pole Vault Wolfe, Kentucky, and
Brady, tie first; Fonde, Tennessee,
third. Height, 10 feet, 6 inches.
Discus throw Kefauver, Tennessee, first; Anglin, Kentucky, second;
Morris, Tennessee, third. Distance,
123 feet, four inches.
High Jump Hall, Kentucky, first;
Coons, Kentucky, second; Kefauver,
Height, five feet,
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Javelin 'throw Woolf, Kentucky,
first; Creech, Kentucky, second; Powell, Tennessee, third. . Distance, 168
feet, two inches.
Broad jump Kay, Tennessee, first;
Brady, Kentucky, second: Powell,
Distance. 21 feet,
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