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The Kentucky Kernel, February 25, 1927

Part of The Kentucky Kernel

1 THE KENTUCKY KERNEL ALL HAIL, EUTERPE! BAND CONCERT WILL BE GIVEN IN GYM SUNDAY UNIVERSITY VOLUME XVII LEXINGTON, ANNOUNCED BY R. 0. T. C. CORPS Manufacturers Plan to Hire Several Students After Their Graduation in June - RECEIVED INSTALLED HERE The commendable reputation of the Engineering College of the University Special Room in Art Center. Is Fitted to Accommodate Doof Kentucky brought to the school nation of Carnegie Corthree high executives of the White poration to University Automobile company last week, who interviewed senior students with the DRILL WILL BEGIN SOON purpose of hiring several members of TO OPEN TO PUBLIC SOON the graduating class for engineering Promotions Are to Be Effective department of the automobile com- Kentucky Is One of 20 Ameripany. The men from Cleveland were can Institutions Honored for Second Semester E. P. Campbell, factory controller, M. by Such a Gift of Year B. Munnfi repair service engineer and L. G. Avery, manager of sales proThe art collection which has been The Military Science department of received by the University of Kenthe University of Kentucky, under di- motion. year that thp White tucky from the Carnegie Corporation This is the first rection of Colonel H. P. Hobbs has officers Company has made any effort to em- was installed in the Carnegie room of announced ploy men just out of college for the the Art Center Monday and Tuesday for the second semester of the current school year. In last week's Kernel, engineering department of the com- and will be open for the inspection the list of commissioned officers was pany. The General Electric and the of the public next week. It will serve published, and this list is supple- Westinghouse companies have for as a laboratory equipment for the many years sent officials to the Uni- teaching of art. mental to that. Including a collection of reproducDrills of the R.O.T. C. unit will versity of Kentucky to interview begin soon and the following promo- seniors in order to obtain Kentucky tion?, original arid prints, textiles and tions, appointments and 'assignments men for their engineering depart- books, this gift represents a systematic representation of the evolution of noncommissioned officers in the ments. of the occidental art. It will enable regiments are to be effective at once. an instructor to make references Officers concrete and to illustrate a generalizaTo be color sergeants E. M. Bowtion. It is composed of the works of ling; E. M. Newman. outstanding men of different periods, To be first sergeants Company A, different schools, different techniques, C. B. Rex; Company B, J. J. Richardand distinctive cultures. son; Company C, H. V. Fried. One of the twenty American colTo be platoon sergeants Company Department of Public Health leges to receive a similar gift from Makes Extensive ImproveA, J. M. Sharp, B. W. Fortenbery, D. the Carnegie corporation, the univerments ; Much New EquipC. Carpenter, W. E. Durbeck, J. P. sity was not allowed to unpack the Glenn, J. 41. Morris; Company C, C. ment Is Added collection until the Carnegie room K. Nave, O. F. Terrell, W. K. Mann. was ready. Adjoined to the Little To be sergeants, guides Company DISPENSARY IS REFITTED Theater, the room is now complete and A, A. H. Stephenson, K. H. Poison, the collections arranged in it. The university dispensary has been The collections arc virtually the (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) remodeled throughout, and will be open to the inspection of the students (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) and faculty in about a week or ten days. The dispensary remains in Neville hall, but has been extended throughout the lower floor. The new dispensary now boasts a completely new laboratory with new improveRepresentatives and Alumni of equipment, which is ment over the old one. There is a 32 Chapters Were Guests of . which is devoted solely to Mothers' Day, Vocational Guidnew room Kentucky Chapter Here ance, and Problems of New department; the machine the Last Week Women Students are Topics is one of the most modern types, and Discussed by W. A. C. the corresponding equipment is comLOCAL DELTS WIN PLAQUE plete in every detail. There is a separate basal metabolism room, re- ARM BANDS STILL WORN The first combined meeting of the furnished throughout. Dr. Rush's prinorthern and southern chapters of vate office is in a new room, and is The Women's Administrative counDelta Tau Delta, international social furnished with new office equipment. cil, composed of representatives from fraternity, was held last Friday and Mrs. Tate's office also has new furni- all campus organizations in which Saturday with the Delta Epsilon chap- ture and fixtures. Mrs. Long's office women take part, met in Dean Bindter of the university as hosts. The is not new, but has new equipment. ing's office Thursday afternoon, Feb two day conference wa? attenliCj by Dr. Zwick's office and rooms are ruary 10, at 4:30 for the purpose of chaprepresentatives of thirty-tw- o equipped with much new furniture, discussing the development of campus ters, alumni from various cities, local and the remainder has been done over. affairs and to solve the problems relaalumni and active and pledged mem- The offices of Dr. Rush and Dr. tive to the new women students in bers of the Kentucky chapter. Rhodes as yjell as the examination the university. Thursday night a smoker was held rooms haVc been done over and comApril 12 was the date set for the at the chanter houre as a pletely refurnished. university women's banquet. Charl-se- y meeting for the delegates who had public health The department of Smith, Pauline Ashcraft, and arrived in the city that day. Formal and hygiene has been striving for were opening of the conference was at the some time to get the dispensary re- Eleanor Ballantine place named on and decora Phoenix hotel at 10 o'clock Friday modeled and to procure the additional the committee for tions. The stunt committee consists morning with addresses by local equipment needed to take care of the of Lucille Short, Willy King, and Ella of the fraternity and responses by visiting Delts. The northern and (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) Marie Kinsler. All representatives were urged to arouse interest in their southern divisions held separate sesgroups. Jane Manly volunteered to sions Friday, but had a joint meeting Club make posters. Saturday morning, when they were U. K. It was decided to give a tea in comHolds pliment to the new girls of the uni(CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) versity with the council acting as Art Committee Presents Pro- hostesses. The date set for the tea gram Followed by Business was Wednesday afternoon, February Session and Tea 16, in Boyd hall. A member of each Rifle Range in Practice On Girls' of the following organizations: SuKy, The Woman's club of the University Strollers, W. S. G. A., Wv A. C. Mofor Interclass latches of Kentucky met Monday afternoon at rtar Board, and Y. W. C. A., was apThe girl's rifle range is ready for 3 o'clock in Patterson hall. An at- - pointed to explain the aims of these use and practices are being held this tractive program was presented by societies to the new girls. The counweek. The W. A. A. council initiated the art committee of which Mrs. E. F. cil also decided to present the first semester freshmen girls with their the range with heavy firing Monday Farquhar is chairman. Mrs. Alfred C. Zembrod, who has arm bands on this occasion. vening, and reported that everything traveled extensively in Spain, gave is ready for a banner rifle season. The question of the sophomore class Eight girls are enrolled in a class, the club "A Bird's Eye View of Span- enforcing the wearing of arm bands supervised by a coach, and each class ish Art," which was very enjoyable. by freshmen girls will be put before meets twice a week. Each girl has She brought with her a small collec- the sophomores at their next meeting. a chart, and by this she is enabled to tion of art objects with which she ilknow how she stands in regard to the lustrated her talk. There was also a (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) other members. It is hoped that inter- ' very beautiful exhibit of Spanish class matches can be held the last laces and embroidered shawls. Discusses Mrs. C. R. Meleher, the president Dr. of March, and the girls are practising of the club, presided at the brief busfor this event. Monroe If any girl is eligible to sign up for iness session. The hostesses for the a class, and has not done so, she must tea, which closed the program, were International Relations Class enroll at once or be dropped from the Mrs. C. S. Crouse, chairman; Mrs. Hears Review of U. S.' list. Only those whose names appear S. E. Leland, Mrs. L. B. McMullen, Latin American Policy on the eligibility list can sign up for Mrs. A. Vandenbosch, Mrs. J. W. classes. Others will be given prelim- Whitehouse, Mrs L. A. Piper, Mrs. A meeting- of the International Reinary instructions later, and are re- E. L. Gilis, Mrs W. W. McGill, Mrs. WoClass, quested to watch the bulletin board E. L. Recs, Mrs. B. B. Mclnteer and lations Club of conducted by the Kenthe University of man's Mrs. Wellington Patrick. announcements. for further tucky was held in Patterson hall on the evening of Washington's birthday, at which time the topic, "The Monroe Doctrine and Latin America" was discussed by Dr. Edward Tuthill, '1 head of the department of history of the Before '.University of Idaho Co-eStart Merry Battle by Refusing to was university. order by the meeting called to Mrs. J. B. Date Unless They Are Allowed to "Dutch" the Miner, who presided, the class sang Expenses; Argument Spreads to "America." West Virginia University Doctor Tuthill subdivided his talk into five parts. He gave the origin exchanges Having noticed in our "The duty of protecting the weaker of the Monroe Doctrine then followed ' that there is a wave of discussion sex has always devolved to man," rewith a short summary of attacks on sweeping through universities and col- marked one mere man, "and this prin- the policy. He closed with releges concerning the system of "Dutch ciple has a very direct application on marks on extension, benefits and evils. treating" as applied to collegiate this particular matter. The duty of Doctor Tuthill gave a very interesting dates, The Kernel has decided to pass entertaining has always fallen to the sketch of the characteristics of the man and I believe it should continue Latin American countries. He told the matter on to the university dent body for their opinion on the to do so," of the Christ of the Andes, and resubject. All students are invited to But then there was one of his fel- counted how commercial invasion had comment either in favor or in opposi- low sufferers who, lacking such ex- been brought about by infringements tion, mailing all opinions to The Ker- pressions as the "weaker sex" or was by fruit companies. He told how, nel at once. more experienced, thought that inas after a discussion between Adams, The whole matter seems to have much as women are yelling for Monroe and Henry Clay, the text of originated at the University of Idaho equality in everything else, the priv- the Monroe Doctrine was written in where the have agreed to give ilege of "Dutching" should be given 1823. all the "cold shoulder" them without further ado. And then Doctor Tuthill also gave a very who refuse- to allow them to share in he scored a touchdown and a home-ru- n comprehensive review of the Mexiat the same time by remarking can and Nicarauguan question. He the expenses of the evening, such as generally speaking, are presented the revolutionary history of they may be. "that Recently the question was thrashed more able to pay than male students." the Latin countries in as brief a man Of course there were those who ner possible, and pointed out defects out at the University of West Virginia and there the were heart- were more or less cautious while and high points of each. He said ily in favor of the "idea" while the passing on to the world little drops of that Uruguay is the most modern masculine portion of the student body golden wisdom. For instance we read: state of the group, and that it has "threw up their hands in holy horror," (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) 4, figuratively speaking. KENTUCKY Again Culture AND HYGIENE ROOMS ARE REMODLED , DELT MEETING GIRLS' BANQUET TO BE APRIL 12 WELL ATTENDED X-r- mem--be- Woman's Regular Meeting Firing Begins J Tuthill the I Do You "Dutch"? co-e- date-seeke- - s, co-e- Doctrine NUMBER 20 University Band Will Give Concert Sunday ! Students' Ego Wounded by Unkind Examination Given by Art Department; Kernel Feature Writer Wracks Memory and Concocts Similar Cultural Queries Offfi-cer- s, Supplemental to List Published in Last Week's Kernel, Is Given DEBATING TEAM FACES BIG ASSIGNMENT NEXT MONTH KY., FEBRUARY 25, 1927 Factory Men Interview ART COLLECTION U. K. Senior Engineers APPOINTMENTS List of OP STORMY WEATHER! (By KATHLEEN PEFFLEY) Ideals battered. Illusions shattered. We're not cultured. As if it mattered! And that, Mr. Sax, proves that, we can write poetry when we try and we have determined to try, for the culture bug has bitten the campus. From the Art department comes an instrument of torture, cunningly devised, which baldly proves that we (note are on the level of the French phrase) and totally lacking in hoi-pol- knowledge of music, literature, painting and. the kindred arts. And we had always been so comcommon - The music department of the Uni versity of Kentucky will present the other Big Bens than alarm clocks. university band in a concert, Sun Until this cursed quiz we were quite day afternoon at 3:30 o clock in comfortable within our own "little the university gym. It is the egos policy of the department to give "'Why should I stir myself,' a concert every two weeks, alternat mused the oyster, "Does not the ing between the band and the orches' sea support me, and the earth toil tra. to give me sustenance?'"-HoThe band's program follows: unkind of you, Mr. Sax, to make Overture Stradella by Flotow. us uncomfortable! Serenade "A Night in June" We've been thinking seriously of that quizzical questionnaire, without Scenes from the musical Comedy ever having determined the answers "Rose 3Iar!e" by Friml and to any of the questions, and we've Strothart. made up some more which are just The Old Church Organ Chambers. as hard, though perhaps not as subtle. Selections from the Opera We considered usiqg the ohl on, Borgia" Donizetti. "Why is a doorknob?" but decided it A Hunting Scene Bucalossi. was too trite. Add the following to The Lost Chord Sullivan. your other nine. We guarantee your "Angelus" from scenes Pittores-qu- e hypograde will look like one of those Massanet. psychology thetical grades from the Bell Solo, "Anvil Polka" Barlow. department. Coronation March Eilenberg. 10. What is The American Mercury noted for aside from "Hatrack"? MANY MATCHES Forensic Season Nears Height; inree Debates Are Arranged for March 4, One Will Be Broadcast Over Radio ORATORS COMPETE Naf Represents state Meeting; SOON University in Will Choose Other Representatives Forensic activities at the univer sity are taking on increasine Dromi- nence as the season for debating and oratory nears its peak. Five debates have already been scheduled for next month and other matches will probably be arranged. Three debates have been scheduled for Friday night, February 4. One oi tnese debates is tp be held in Chicago and will be broadcast over WMAQ, the Chicago Dailv News sending station,. In this contest with the Chicago-KeCollege of Law Kentucky will be represented bv J. C. Burnett, W. H. Hanratty- and John Y. Brown. The subiect will he- n proposition advocating the extension of the five day week throughout all industry. Eight Outstanding Juniors in In the second of the three debates to be held March 4, T. E. Skinner and Military Department Are Alfred Naf will represent the univer Taken into Honorary R. O. sity against Berea College in a debate T. C. Organization at the university. On this same night WILL INITIATE IN JUNE night James O. Baker and W. B. Graham will go to Danville to meet the Scabbard and Blade, national hon- representatives of Centre Collecc. orary military fraternity, held formal The proposition for both these de- pledging service for eight outstand- Dates is "Resolved, that the federal ing juniors in the R. O. T. C. corps, at the Military Ball held Monday (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) night in the men's gym. Pledging took piece between the third and fourth and was conducted by members of the university chapter, Company D of the Fourth Regiment. Following the pledging service, cadets wearing the red, white, and blue ribbon of the honorary military District Winners to Compete in fraternity were: Leroy Miles, J. J. State Contest, Sponsored by Richardson, Waller Jones, William Extension Department, at Crutcher, Stanley Stagg, William University, April 16 Maschmeyer, and A. H. Stephenson. These men will remain pledges until BULLETINS ARE PREPARED June when they become commissioned officers in the R. O. T. C. and then The Kentucky State high school they will be initiated. music festival will be held at the Scabbard and Blade is the only University of Kentucky, Saturday military organization outside of the April 16. This festival is fostered b"y. regular government schools. Found- the department of University Exten- ed in 1919, the frateTr-rtnow has sloB- - A number of music contests 62 chapters and 3,000 members. The have been provided including th? fol local chapter was installed in 1919. lowing: band, orchestra, chorus, vio Membsrs of the university chapter lin solo, piano solo, vocal solo, bovs'.-- . are: Honorary, Col. II. P. Hobbs, Capt. quartet and girls' quartet. Spalding, Capt. Taylor, Capt. Schmidt, A copy of a bulletin giving the and First Lieutenant Keasler, U. S. A ; rules and regulations governing the;-inactive J. D. Augustus, D. Z. Forry, contests has been sent to every music J. R. McFarland, and L. Root; active supervisor and music teacher of rec R. I. Mcintosh, president; T. L. ord in the high school of the state and Adams, secretary; R. H. Ackerman, to the principals of schools which are members of the Kentucky Intersonoi-asti- c (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) League. The music festival is a feature o the State Interscholastic League tour- -, Room Completed; nament which has been an annual event at the university since 1920. "Lu-cret- ia pletely satisfied with ourselves! It seems unkind for anyone to expose We deliberately our shortcomings. had always had the best of intentions it's a fact that we had already bor rowed "The Plastic Age" to read some time next week. "And who and why are the Jones," says Mr. Sax heartlessly. He also inferred that there are (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) W. A. A. PINS TO BE GIVEN To Have Nursery Programs Will Be Given Every rwo Weeks, Alternating With Orchestra DEBATERS AND ORATORS FACE Announcement has been made that a pin designed especially for the W. A. A. of the university is to be awarded each girl who earns 250 M. J. Crutcher,- superintendent of points in the association. The W. A. A. council has arranged the department of buildings and grounds of the university an-- ! for a woman's convocation to be held Wednesday, 2 at 2 o'clock. nounces that a nursery on a Awards will March be made at this time, small scale has been begun on the uni- and all girls are requested to be presversity campus by his department. ent. The department has converted buildings and grounds at the underground on Rose street into use for this new botanical garden; more than ninety feet of hotbeds have been set up which contain cuttings from the plants and shrubs on the campus; these cuttings will be nurtured and in National Journalism Fraternity time transplanted, thereby forming a to Establish Chapter at Kennucleus for campus arboretum. tucky; Indiana Editor to Be Mr. Crutcher says that more than in Charge of Ceremonies 300 has been spent recently in purchase of these plants, and that he REPLACES PRESS CLUB has hopes of modeling this new abore-uafter the botanical gardens at Kentucky Chapter of Sigma Delta Michigan State University. Chi, national professional journalism fraternity, will be installed at the University of Kentucky, Sunday, Masons February 27, according to an announcement made by Warren A- - Price, Square and Compass Take in president of the Henry Watterson Two New Members Press club of the university. This chapter will be the fortieth chapter The Kentucky chapter of Square of Sigma Delta Chi, which is recand Cumpass, national intercolleg- ognized as one of the leading profraternity, Masonic at a. fessional international fraternities. iate evening, meeting held Saturday The Henry Watterson Press club .is Masonic February 19, at the an outgrowth of Alpha Delta Sigma Temple, initiated the following new fraternity which served as the jourmembers: Thomas B. Wilson, of nalism fraternity of the university. Endee, Ky., and Marcus L. Napier, of A few years ago, Alpha Delta Sigma Hindman, Ky. changed its policy and became solely The officers of the Kentucky Square an advertising fraternity. The local are Edwin O. Ross, president; Roy R. chapter of Alpha Delta Sigma is beRay, vice president; W. B. Walker, ing retained at. the university. secretary, D. J. Haury, treasurer, JL. The Henry Watterson Press club H. May, corresponding secretary and was organized early in the fall of Ted Creech, chaplain. last year for the purpose of petitioning Sigma Delta Chi. It was accepted Carnegie Collection of Paintings, into the national fraternity at the naPrints, and Books Will tional convention of Sigma Delta Chi Be Shown Botanical Garden Will Be Locat ed on Rose Street - SIGMA DELTA CHI INSTALLS SUNDAY m Initate nt SCABBARD AND BLADE PLEDGES - MUSIC FESTIVAL WILL BE HELD 1 Art Is Ready for Exhibit Sorority Incorporates November. Alpha Gams Plan to Purchase held in Madison, Wis., lastclub repreKenneth Gregory, press New Chapter House sentative at this convention, was initiated into Sigma Delta Chi at this sorority (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) "Y" Brings Speaker The room in which the Carnegie art Dr. A. W. Taylor to Deliver collection is to be exhibited has been Address Next Wednesday completed and early next week will convention. be opened to students for inspection. Dr. A. W. Taylor, who recently reThe installation will be in charge The room is done after'the sixteenth where he of Edwin O'Neel of the Indianapolis century, Spanish style of architecture, turned from Mexico conditions made a of that Times and he will be assisted by the with a heavily beamed ceiling sup- study of industrial country as a member of a committee associate editor of that paper. ported by oak brackets. The walls of 30 men, will deliver an address to Members of the Henry Watterson are done in buff plaster, and are very students Press club who are expected to be rich in effect and color. The general the University of Kentuckyo'clock in initiated in the Kentucky chapter are: effect of a light gray surface with Wednesday, March 2 at 4 Dicker Hall under the auspices of the a dull red showing through, is copied university Y.M.C.A. (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT) from the house of El Greco at Toledo, Doctor Taylor has traveled extenwhere for centuries the walls have re- sively both on this continent and in ceived one coat on another, and the Europe. He has served on a number texture of the; colors beneath has of committees for the Federal Couninfluenced the color of the surface. cil of Churches and for the Social The Carnegie collection consists Service Department of the Diciples Play Directed by Former Stroller of a number of copies of famous Church: He was formerly a member has Alpha Gamma Delta incorporated with a capital of Articles 5,000. sharing stock were filed in the county clerk's office Saturday under the name of the Alpha Gamma Delta Realty Corpora; tion. According to the articles, the pur pose of the new corporation is "to acquire and hold real estate for the benefit of Epsilon chapter, Alpha Gamma Delta sorority." This move is directed toward the. ownership of a house, and although one has not New been selected as yet, the signers several prospects at hand. have Seven alumnae members of the Man Is Favorably Received sorority signed the papers and they by Gotham are all stockholders. They include Mrs. W. H. Prewitt, Miss Annelle Kelley, John E. Burks, who was director of Miss Mary Beall, Mrs. Mathew the Stroller productions at the Uniand Mrs. Kate Pence Pirky. versity of Kentucky during 1922 and now director of the o 1923, is an amateur company Central o in New Players, York, which recently presented an the Berries," original comedy, 6 o which was written,"It's orchestrated and (Taken From the 1922 Files of staged by members of the company. The Kernel) The production played to full houses February 10, 11 and 12. Kentucky is asked to join in a meetMr. Burks organized the company universities at and wrote all the situations and asing of Chicago at which meeting it is sisted in the composition of the lyrics planned, to organize a new conference as well as inventing a mechanical for major collegiate sports. horse which received much favorable comment from the New York Press. Eddy, noted student Sherwood Several former University of on speaker, begins series of lectures students wre present at the university campus. the play on Saturday night, February 12, among them Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alpha Tau Omega fraternity wins D. Graham, Miss Eleanor Morse, Miss basketball champion- Nan CJienault, Miss Betty Barbour, ship of the university. Miss Claribel Kay, and Oskar Ham- bleton. Despite a persistent jinx which followed the Wildcats throughout the MUST LIST PLEDGES season, the university basketeers close with a record of 10 victories and Fraternities which have not turn six defeats. "d in at the office of the Dean of Men the list of pledges which they expect Sophomores win interclass basket- to initiate are requested to do so with ball championship. out delay. Under the university senate rules L. C. Fielder will represent Ken- no fraternity, social, professional, or tucky at the State Oratorical Con- honorary may initiate a pledge until test to be held at Danville. a certificate of initiation has been issued by either the Dean of Men, or the Wildcat wrestling squad leaves for Dean of Women. match with Iowa University at Aimes, Initiation of members may take place after February 28. Iowa. . t- Burks Directs Amateur York Players in Gar-sid- e, I Out of the Past Kn-tuc- paintings, oriental prints, and an exn books cellent library, of on art. The University of Kentucky is the only stafe university in the United States to receive this collec tion. of the faculty of the University of Missouri. His home is in Indianap-- olis. An invitation is extended to the student body to hear Doctor Taylor's address. Musings Post-Ba- ll Writer Adopts "See All, Tell All" Attitude for Giving on University of Kentucky's Annual Soldier Struggle; Good Time Is 'mr. Low-Dow- n Had by All (By A. P. ROBERTSON) future gentlemen of this unit of the Queen's R.O.T.C. were there in aH The able and astute Peffley having the resplendence of which khaki i done the advance on the annual dance capable and the downtown reserve party of the campus soldiery the edi- -' officers had been roped in to lend sheet sug- - their uniforms to the scenic effect. tor of this such-as-it-- is gested that I should do the follow-u- p. Grandeur was reflected in the mirrow-li- ke Which in all probability meant that shine of every boot and splendor I should be observing things while he glistened from every polished gold was having a good time. Well he had button. Medals which had lain nega good time all right and I, observing lected in trunks and bureau drawers, things sweet young things in partic- for months were exhumed for the ocular had a good time also. casion. The cadets were sparing no Knowing the unwritten law of the pains to look their best, for was it campus that a dance begins an hour and a half after the scheduled time, I ambled over with my date about 10 o'clock expecting the dance to get started about 11. Contrary to all expectations I found the two orchestras already tossing jazz across at one another and a goodly number of couples strutting on the floor. All in all it was a grand party. In the first place all the officers and not their night? It was and they knew it. Every outfit has its season and this night uniforms were trumps The gym was elegantly decorated, in old rose, white and baby blue which passed by proxy for red, white and blue as those exact colors were net included in the crepe paper stocks of Flags and the city of Lexington. company guidons lined the walls. In (CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT)