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EXPECT TO HAVE "Rlno ruu Tc OllUcUlAl niy
In the Land of tho Sky t',nU,(1
bers of the Chi chapter of Transyl
vania College, the Lambda chapter of
the university and the nlumni.
Actives; Miss Emily Conlcy, EHz
May Murry Harbison, Mnrcla
Marie Louise Middleton, Fannie Minimum Quota of RepresentaDnines Metcnlf, Jnnet Mctcnlf, Betty
Art exhibition closes.
tives at Blue Ridge From
Ileganstcin, Alma Snyder, Elizabeth
Saturday, April 1- 7University Is 10; WorkAn editor in Knnknnee
Sophomoro cotillion in the after- Steele, Mnry Katherino Sutton, Mary
ing for More
Mnry Whitfield, Jane
Once falling in n burning nnssion
noon in the gymnasium.
With n vexntious rival, lie
Kappa Kappa Gammn entertaining McKee, Virginia Price, Caroline Uice,
Lawson, TO TRAVEL IN MACHINES
Wrote him ri letter in this fnnhion: with n formal dance in the evening at Dorothy
Catherine Dishman, Eliznhcth Clay,
"You are an nss uncouth and rude,
the Phoenix hotel.
The Y. M. C. A. of the University
Dorothy Chapman, Margaret Elliot,
And will he one eternally,"
Von Grunlgnn, Dorothy of Kentucky wil have a
Then, in an
delegntcs to the Summer
He signed it "Yours fraternally."
evening the Chi Darnell, Ilnllie Hayncs, Henrietta of student
Ridge, North CarEugene Field Omega fraternity gave their annual Blackburn, Mnude Van Buskirk, Lilly Conference nt Blue
olina, June 15 to 24. With 10 men
Founder's Dny banquet in the palm Parrish, Mndgc Reynolds, Mnxinc ns
the minimum they nrc working
Parker, Elizabeth Sampson, Lucilc
room of the Phoenix hotel.
toward a much larger
Short, Helen Buckner, Jo Lawson diligently representatives.
Miss Helen Curtis presided as the
toastmastcr nnd responses were given
Friday, April 16
Until last year nil the delegates
Mnry Virginia Mnrrs,
Kernel banquet at the Lafayette ho- by Misses Evelyn McLoncy, Elizabeth
from Kentucky went through on the
Lily Frances Poor, Florence Kny, Roberta
tel in the evening in honor of the
tr?.in. This proved a very expensive
Parrish. The guests were the mem Conglcton, Virglnin Thompson.
members of the staff.
plnn averaging about SflO a person.
Kentucky Wesleyan started the idea
M. C. A.
Alurtml of the Chi Omega fraternity of traveling in cars. The Y.
plan. Four of
will give a benefit bridge on Friday here is adopting this
their autoafternoon, April .11, from 2 to B o'- the students have offeredThis
mobiles for this purpose.
clock at tlie Lafayette hotel.
gives a chance for a more pleasant
trip but reduces the expenses from
Tho fifth cadet hop of the season $30 to $10 a
With college parties on
One of the purposes of Blue Ridge
wns given last Saturday afternoon in
famous ' 'O" steamers of
the university gymnasium from .1 is to mnkc more trained men to work
The Kentuckians for the Y. M. C. A. This Conforence
until G o'qlock.
The Royal Mail Line
furnished the music. A large number affords n chance for the equipping
UalTcnlty Tours with College Credit!
of capable men to fill the offices of
of guests attended.
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the organization and to prove themDmiTA,iuly3
Wrill fir iUutrttti itMtt
selves religious leaders on the uniFraternity Initiates
TUTBAVU Mill THMPArMPTrn
In Charge of Mrs. Mary Webber
Alphn Gamma chapter of Alpha Chi versity campus.
28 Broadway, Hew York
One must not. wait, however, until
Sigma, nntional honorary chemistry
fraternity, held their initiation service the time of the conference to decide
Saturday evening, April 10, at the whether or not he will take advantage
If any student
of the opportunity.
At this time eight men were initi- wants to' go he must be a registered
ated into the mysteries of the fratern- delegate from the Y. M. C. A. office of
this university. The University of
ity. They are: Messrs. James France-waFred Hendon, J. D. Nantz, J. V. Kentucky last year had five men in
Schulte, J. W. Ramsey, Frank Walk- Bl"e Ridge. This year Ihey are looking forward to more delogates. If
er, and Leroy Keffer.
Active members of the chapter are: interested one may see George
the secretary of this organizaMessrs. W. P. Blackburn, J. S.
R. K. Fledge, L. B. Turner, E. tion on the campus.
S. Hill, G. S. Willey, R. W. Bushart,
Highest Peak of tho Range
"The Land of thP Sky," another
name for Hlue Kidgc, the ineccn for
nil college students, in situated junt
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No doubt you are interested in Apparel of Art, not just cloths
hnnter were: Messrs. Joseph Wal- 'ers, Robert Williams, Guthrie Bright,
Alpha Chi Sigma Entertains
Alpha Gnmnm chapter of Alpha Donner Brame, William Burtas, Wal- HarChi Sigma entertained with n ban- ter Robinson. Richard Mcintosh,
quet in the private dining room of the iv McChesney. Elliot Flanery, GuyCoLafayette hotel, Monday night at :."() Briggs, William Hodgen, James Wnl-oo'clock, in honor of their new initiates. ;ar, Charles Headley, William
Rotwan Saufley, Oney Gifford,
Interesting talks were delivered by
Dr. M. H. Bedford and Dr. Charles lomer Carrier, William Scott,
Grant Willis. Jr., and the pledges.,
Thnso nrflsimfc were: Messrs. W. P. Messrs. Jack Whitlow, Benjamin Van
RWkhurn J. S. Stockhnrdt, R. W. Meter, Henry Maddox.
Fledge, L. B. Turner, E. S. Hill, G. S.
Willey, R. W. Bushart, M. H. (Jrow-deThe manv friends of Miss Josephine
and the new initiates, Messrs.
in the fol
lames Franceway, Fred Hendon, J. D. Evans will be interested
Nantz, J. V. Barton, E. V. Schulte, lowing announcement:
Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Evans,
J. W. Ramsey, Frank walker,
of Lebanon, Ky., announce the en- Keffer.
of their daughter, Jose
phine Rav. of Jacksonville, Fin., re
TT5o TVTnKnl P. nmhnm. of Frank- - cently of Kansas City, Mo., to Mr.
r,.f nml Mnrcareh Hill, of Paris, T.owis Batchelor Stuart, of Kansas
of the City, son of Mrs. Lewis Batcherol
were the guests last week-en- d
Tri Delt fraternity at tneir nouse on Stuart, of St. Louis. The wedding will
take place in October.
East Maxwell street.
Kappa Alpha rormal
Vinntnv nnd nlederes of
Mr. Oskar Hambleton. of Hender
Kappa Alpha fraternity, entertained
with a delignttul lormai uaocu m son, "hns been successful in
the ballroom of the Phoenix hotel last during the past winter where
juvenile lead with
hnpn nlavincr the
Saturday evening. The affair, a
bv several Margaret Anglin. He is, now appear- hundred guests, among whom were nc in Cvrano do Bereerac with Wal
u ter Hampden, in the Hampden theatre
representatives ot irniermuea
Mr. Hambleton has
sororities on the campus anu visum,. on Broadway.
hnnn emnloved as designer for one
shops of the east
At the far end of the ballroom, of the fashionable both
i .,i,,m tVi
nrrhostra. were two fiKtios? and designed
confederate flags, symbols of the fra and the costumes for
new play which opened last week in
ternity. These togemer wun u
fraternity Albany, N. Y.
cn of the badge of the
Prnf. L. J. Horlacher and Mrs. Hor- formed the principal decorations,
n,M1.t nf TCiinoa Alnha was lacher were at Purdue University, La
fayette, Ind., on Friday of last week,
plaved during the fourth
by the Rythmn Kings, who furnished whom Professor Horlacher attended
the annual meeting of Indiana Cattle
the music for the occasion.
The hosts, members ot tnc acuvt- Feeders.
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highest peak enst of the Rockies. It
rests on a brond shelf of u mountain
slope, which is covered by trees, man- high ferns, nnd rhodendrons, watered
my numberless small streams. Farther down the slope is a natural chap-- )
el and amphitheatre, in which the
general meetings nrc held. At sunset,
a bentutiful view is nflorded one of'
the mountain opposite, looming
hang over it.
In the valley below, nenr the chapel,
is a large lake, which is used for
swimming and rowing. There i3 ;ih?o
swimming pool, in which
the campers take their daily plungns.
The delegates stav at Blue Ridtro for
a period of two weeks, in cottnges
and huts, living a real outdoor life,
roughing it to the extreme.
The main buildings of the association nre white, adding to the
of the scene. Tho main
nssembly building is called the Robert
h.. Lee hall, and follows closely the
outlines of a typical Southern mansion. Seen from the drive, as one
approaches the camp grounds, the
white biuldmgs with the mountains
risincr behind them us u itvi.miv,. v.wl-- .
ground, make a picture which is not
An effective cheap
our group of college
Instructors, nlumni and
friends who will tour Europo this
summer. A thirty-si- x
for $.105, including all necessary
Free ido trip (via Toronto) to Niagara
Falln. Opportunity to hm caatern Canada,
Ocean voyage on board Canadian Paclfla
teamhlp9, with American Unlvomltr
danco bands to furnish mutlc. Plenty of
deck paco for dancing, rent, recreation,
dock game, eporta, dramatic. Comfort-abl- o
bertha. Appetizing meals. Two day
voyage down tho mighty St. Lawrence
Only four daya open aea.
Landing at Liverpool, wo visit Chester
and Iamlngton. Ily motor to famed
castles, thoShakenpearacountry, rural
England nnd Oxford University, Four
daya in London.
Vl.lt the IIku, Amsterdam and Schevenln- In Holland; Uruseli, llruirn, Xttbragze,
In Ueltrtum. Ily train
through the battlefield, to
1'arn. where we spend a week, with trips to
Versailles and the American battle sector. Ample
time for Individual
Keturn sailing from Cherbourg.
Shortertnurtlf desired, atl'&Osnd $330.
to Switzerland, Germany and Italy at mod-PHotels,
PP . crate coat. fees and meals, traveling
,n t0,lr Prfca. Management arranges
secures desirable hotel accommodation.; personally conducts party.
Write for complete Itinerary.
mr cmrt. pleaee
Ilu.tr.te4 Tour Folder.
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Y. M. C. A. Camp Is Situated in
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Opposite Ky. Theatre
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