THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Nuttlni spent the
at the Triangle house.
Kentucky chapter of Triangle announces the pledging of Robert
Crag, Schenectady, N. Y., and James
Hite, of Paducah, Ky.
Dinner guests at the Triangle
house Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Dicker, Misses Betty Baxter,
Lcura Pcttlgrcw, and Jo Hazel
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Members and pledges of the TriShadders
Ever'thlng quncky and shivery and angle fraternity attending the KentucDelta Sigma PI, professional comky-Centre
game were: Pat Al- - merce fraternity, entertained with a
hnrta Wnllnpp Hoplnir. Benlamln Le- - smoker Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock
Right arson' Hallowe'en.
Roy, J. E. Hcndlcy, Jerome Alex- In Dicker hall for the members of
V. S. B.
ander, Roy Voclcker, Conway Hamil the College of Commerce.
ton, Robert moss, ciuck Kasincr,
This affair, sponsored by the fraCALENDAR
nnv ITp19L Dnlnnov O'Ronrk. Joe ternity, and the first smoker to be
rvnnnrlt. Jtnssptt Cuhbacc. Morris given In that college, was for the
Saturday, November 2.
O. K. purpose of enabling the professors
Football name. Clemson vs. Uni Carpenter, Warren Moore,
to become better
versity of Kentucky at 2 o'clock on Sharp and H. v. smitn.
w. w. Anderson, of La Center.
Sunday, November 3.
University Vesper Services at 4 Ky., spent the attending theat theYea Blue, Yea White!
o'clock In Memorial Hall.
Yea Wildcats! Fight! Fight!
Centre game saturaay.
Monday, November 4.
Woman's Administrative Council
meeting at 4 o'clock In the recreation room of Boyd hall.
Tuesday, November 5.
Stroller's Amateur Night at 7:30
o'clock in the Men's gymnasium.
Wednesday, November 6.
Sale or Rent
Dr. and Mrs. Frank l. McVey at
home to the students and faculty of
Rev. J. J. Clopton addressing the
Dealer: L. C. Smith and Corona Typewriters
hall, In the morning.
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Tea at Maxwell Place
President and Mrs. Frank L. Mcwith a lovely tea
Wednesday afternoon at Maxwell
Place for the students and faculty of
the University and the conference
of county and home demonstration
During the afternoon Theta Sigma
Phi, honorary journalism fraternity
for women, held its pledging.
Assisting in entertaining were:
Mrs. Enoch Grehan, Mrs. Gerald
Griffin, Mrs. V. R. Portmann, and
Miss Marguerite McLaughlin. The
members of Alpha Delta Sigma and
Sigma Delta Chi, honorary Journalistic fraternities, also assisted.
Atpnpn Castellano Club
pnt.ertalned Le Cercle Francais
evening, from 7:30 to 10
o'clock, with a Haiiowe en masquerade ball at the Women's gymnasium.
The members of El Ateneo Castel- lano were dressed in various Span
ish costumes ana Le uercie xancais
mpmhprs were dressed to reDresent
the various French provinces. Games
and dancing were on tne program.
Mr. Martin Glenn, president of El
Ateneo Castellano, and Miss Emily
Hardin, chairman of the social committee, provided delightful enterwas
decorated with the colors and designs of the Hallowe'en season.
Thp r.hnnernnes were: Prof. H.
B. Holmes, Mrs. A. W. Server, Miss
Morooraf Wnrsflelri AnH Prof. B. W.
Schick of ihe romance language de
partment, and Mrs. u c. Kownson.
THE OREEN TREE
The Green Tree Tea Room serves
a dollar dinner each evening. Adv.
WEST SHORT ST.
Fall Semester, 1929
MEN'S preference for isa plenty
positive. But do you know why?
We'll tell you.
First, pipe tobacco's different
for instance, Edgeworth. Second,
tobacco smolders as it should in a
pipe. And third, these mean you get
more satisfaction greater relish of
the good old savory burley, soothing
fullness of rich smoke.
There's even a fourth reason: you
like good company. The
brotherhood is that.
Tobacco's at its best in a pipe. It
gets a chance to be itself there to
loosen up as it comes to life, to expand and take in air and glow. Only
the choicest leaves get that chance,
moreover, for pipes tell the truth
about tobacco. Choice leaves, choice
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eleven distinct processes. before we're
willing to pass it on to you.
If you keep on missing all this,
that's your fault for we're waiting
to send you your first pipefuls of
Edgeworth. See the coupon? Fill it
out, get a good pipe and the postman
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packet of good old Edge-wort- h.
Edgeworth if a careful blend of good
tobaccos selected especially for
Its quality and flavor never
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Rubbed" and "Plug Slice" 15 pocket
package to pound humidor tin.
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Ascend South Stairs to Commons
Tuesday the Alphi Chi chapter of
Tau Alpha sorority of the
University entertained with a formal
afternoon tea at their chapter house
on East Maxwell street from 4 to 5
o'clock, in honor of the mothers of
the members and the patronesses of
The house was decorated with ferns
and garden flowers and the sorority
About seventy-fiv- e
called during the afternoon.
THP! GREEN TREE
The Green Tree has special rooms
Main, opposite Ky. Theatre. Adv.
A contest that is open to all America
Ritrmn nhnnter of Alnha Siema
Phi wishes to announce the pledging
of Milton James uavana oi inwa
Falls, la.; and Harold Butts, of
Misses Alice Bruner, Shirley Grief,
and Millie Nelson were dinner guesis
at the Alpha Sigma pm nouse aun- Week-en- d
visitors at the Alpha
Sigma Phi fraternity nouse were:
Sam Manly, of Cincinnati, and
nnhnrt finrriean. of Erlaneer. Both
of them attended the Centre-Stat- e
game at. Danville Saturday.
Guest of Honor
Hon. Fredrick Alfred Wallls of
Paris, Ky., former commissioner of
immigration and convocation speaker last Tuesday was guest at luncheon with Dr. and Mrs. Frank McVey
after the speaking, at Maxweu Place
There are no limitations
Everyone is eligible
10 Learbury authentic styled college outfits
consisting of suit and topcoat to be awarded by Learbury to
ten contestants whose
selection is closest
to the one picked by
(The College Man's National Magazine)
Call for entry blanks with complete information for
this contest which closes November 23rd.
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