TEtE KENTUCKY KERNEL
ternoon for the students and faculty
of the University of Kentucky.
chapter of Delta Tau Delta fraternity and the Northern and
Saturday, February 26
Southern delegates who attended the
Alpha Tau Omega Founder's Day conference held here last week, were
banquet in the .ballroom of the Phoe- present at a banquet at the Phoenix
nix hotel at 6:30 o'clock.
hotel Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Delta Delta Delta formal dance from
Mr. Donald McWain presided as
9 until 12 o'clock in the men's gymtoastmaster and the following internasium.
esting toasts were given::
Delt Dynameter Donald McWain,
Delta Tau Delta Banquet
The members oi t!;e university
D. T. D. Domain
Coats and Trousers Cleaned
Tieggings Cleaned and
Shirts Cleaned and
"Cleaners That Satisfy"
212 S. Limestone
Hon. Alben W.
Mrs. L. L. Dantzler, chairman of
the department of music, of the Woman's 'Club of Central Kentucky, entertained with an informal tea Saturday afternoon at the Chimney Corner, to meet Mr. Sylvio 3cionti Halian,
Italian pianist, whp. presented ' the
program at the Woman's Club just
before the tea.
Honor guests were delegates from
Y. M. C. A. Meeting
the northern and southern divisions,
Last Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock who attended the combined conference
Theta Sigma Phi conducted a-- "Friend- here.
ship" program in the reading room of
University Club Meets
Boyd hall for the "members of Y. W.
The Woman's Club of the UniverC. A.
sity of Kentucky met last Monday
Talks on friendship were given by afternoon at 3 o'clock in Patterson
Miss Willie King, who was in charge hall. A very attractive program was
of the evenings' program, Miss Lydia presented by the art committee of
Fremd, and Miss Lucille Cook. Miss which Mrs. E. F, Farquhar is the
Virginia Boyd entertained with sev- chairman. A short talk on "A Bir i's
Eye View of Spain" was given by Mrs.
eral piano solos.
The benediction, closing the exer- Alfred Zembrod. This was especial'y
interesting as Mrs. Zembrod has travcises, was said by Miss King.
eled extensively in Spain, and all her
material was gained by experience.
Mr. Carol Sax entertained with a
An exhibition of Spanish laces, emtea in honor of Mr. John Gould Fletch- broidered shawls and hand colored
er, of London, England, last Sunday prints, which were for sale, was
afternoon in the private dining room shown at the meeting.
of the Phoenix hotel at 4 o'clock.
Mrs. C. R. Melcher, the president
Mr. Fletcher is an American poet presided at the brief business sesof renown. At the present time he is sion. The hostesses for the tea, which
on a lecture tour of the United States, closed the program, was Mrs. C. S.
presenting lectures on modern poetry Crouse, chairman; Mrs. S. E. Leland,
and selections from his own writings. Mrs. L. B. McMullen, Mrs. A.
Mrs. J. W. Whitehouse,
Mrs. L. A. Piper, Mrs. E. L. Gillis,
McVey en- Mrs. W. W. McGill, Mrs. E. L. Rees,
Dr. and Mrs. Frank L.
tertained with a tea at their home Mrs. B. B. Mclnteer and Mrs. Wellingat Maxwell Place last Wednesday af- - ton Patrick.
a Picture That's a
CLASHES OF 1927'
A Musical Comedy With
In Addition to
A PEPPY SHOW
Beta Epsilon; Willis Stewart,
Dad's Delt Deliveries.Clarence
Delts Rev. William S. Blackshear, Gamma Iota.
Depsilon Delights Hulbert Crow-de- r,
The entertainment consisted of:
Delt Dribblings Robert Heuck.
Delt Ditties iNeil Sullivan, Delta
The banquet ended in the traditional "Delt Walk Around."
Delta Tau Delta Formal
Delta Epsilon chapter of Delta Tau
Delta fraternity entertained brilliantly with their formal dance Saturday
evening from 8:30 until 12 o'clock in
the men's gymnasium. The honor
guests at the dance were the delegates
attending the Northern-Souther- n
The elaborate decorations were of
crepe paper streamers in the fraternity colors of purple, white and gold
The streamers formed an arch from
which hung bunches of baloons filled
The Confederate flag placed at one
nd of the hall and the Union flag at
the other, were an additional compli
ment to the Conference guests.
Dainty programs in purple and
white, containing the three
dances were given as souvenirs. Music was furnished by the Parisian
orchestra of Indianapolis.
The hosts, the active chapter were
Messrs. M. H. Crowder, W! D.
Warren Price, Sterling Kerns,
C. R. Jones, Carol Fortson, E. E. Eric- son, Robert O'Dear, Louis Wachs, M
Crowder, John D. Nantz, W. R. Fer
guson, John R. Bullock, Kenneth Kohl- staedt, Arnold Combs, Roy Eversole,
Roy Kavanaugh, James Shropshire,
Howell Davis, Finley Davis, William
Patterson, Ollie Williamson, William
Reep, Kenneth Baker, Bruce King,
The pledges: Messrs. Len Weakley,
Carlos Jagoe, Walter Vest, James
Hutchinson, Robert Hutchinson,
James Chapman, Nando Kelley, Paul
Averett, Milford Noe, Lawrence
Shropshire, Charles Blackshear, Law-to- n
Daly, W. P. Fowler, John Ben-
Other High Class
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pledges of Scabbard and Blade.
The Red Greenland .orchestra of
Cincinnati and the Rhythm Kings
furnished music for the delightful Committee of
one hundred German
coming to America to work in laboraDelta tories, factories and on farms.
Kappa Considers Plans
Between the third and fourth no-- !
breaks, the grand march, led by Cadet
Colonel John Rachal and Miss Betty,
Reganstein, took place.
Following this, the Scabbard and
Blade, honorary military fraternity,
held pledging exercises for the following men: Messrs. LeRoy Miles, J. J.
Richardson, Waller Jones, Stanley
Stagg, A. H. Stephenson, William
Maschmeyer, William Cntfcher and
The closing number of the dance j
was the playing of the Star Spangled
Banner in which all stood at attention.
The official chaperones were Presi-leand Mrs. Frank L. McVey, Colonel and Mrs. Horace P. Hobbs and
the oth r officers of the military department and their wives.
Each year the managements of two
The questionnaire committee of the theaters in the town
offer a free
Umicron Delta Kappa, honorary cam-
. EXCHANGE NOTES
VIA ALT. T.TNKS
AND TO ALL PARTS OF S
to the proposal that all dates be on
basis. They say that "the
The Alumnae members of Kappa woman pays for the date in listening
Delta sorority will entertain with a to the boresome 'lino' she receives
benefit bridge Saturday
afternoon from the campus
from 4 until 6 o'clock at the Phoenix
Carbondale, 111. Students must
Mr. Ben Polsgrove, of Louisville, sign pledge not to use tobacco
or liqand Mr. Neville Sencille, of Frankfort,
visited at the Kappa Sigma house last uor on entering the new college beTrip Ocean Fare, Hotels, Meals,
ing formed here. Dances, fraternities,
week-enRailroad Fares in Europe,
intercollegiate athletics, and student
Guides, MuseHm Entrance Fees;
Mr. Jimmy Davidson, ut Cinolr.;;::", sw7srT,mnt also
all Ex peases.
was a guest at the Kappa Sigma house
and attended the Military Ball.
Charles G. Dawes,
Miss Dorothy Bedford, of Louis
the United States, haa donated
ville, was the guest of Miss Lucille
to the Walter Hines Page School
Bywater at the Kappa Delta house of International Relations at John
last week-enHopkins. This sum was Dawes' porAuthorized Steamship Agent
Miss Virginia Conroy had as a tion of the 1925 Nobel Peace prize.
guest last week, Miss Lucille Reed,
646 E. High St.
Under the auspices of the German
of Paducah, who attended the Delta
Students'- Tau Delta formal.
Phi Delta Phi, honorary law fraternity, announces the pledging of
Messrs. Bradley Combe. Whitesbure:
James Burnette, Tompkinsville;
Cox, Lancaster; Theodore
Youngstown, Ohio; Albert Ridout,
Ky.; J. W. Jones. Lexinar- Wilmore,
ton. Initiation will be held Monday
evening, February 21. at the Phoenix
"BETTER VALUES FOR LESS"
Pledges of Phi Alpha Delta are as
follows: Messrs. Robert Bird, Williamsburg; Charles Daniel, Hopkins- 264
ville; George Huskey, Berea.
Miss Jane McKee, of Lawrence-buriimiiimmmMnniHimg
spent the week-en- d
at the Chi
Charles Joseph Turck, dean of the
College of Law, is the youngest member of the faculty to hold such an important office. ,He was born in 1890
at New Orleans, La., where he received his early education.
he was graduated from the College of
Arts and Sciences of Tulane University, where he was a member of the
Phi Beta Kappa, national honorary
Arts and Sciences fraternity. In 1912
he received the Master of Arts degree
from Columbia University and the
next year the LL. B. degree from the
Following graduation from Colum
bia, Dean Turck practiced law in New
York City with the firm of Lord, Day
and Lord until 1916, when he became
Professor of Law at the Tulane University Law School. In 1919 he was
educational director of the War
Work Council of the Y.M.C.A. at Pen- sacola, Fla., and Paris Island, S. C,
and was associated with Isaac Heller
as counsel at law in New Orleans,
La. The next year, Dean Turck accepted the position of Professor of
Law and secretary of the Law School
of Vanderbilt University.
In 1924, Dean Turck came to the
University of Kentucky as Dean of
the College of Law. He is a
and popular member of the
university faculty, and it is under his
guidance that the Henry Clay Law
Society has progressed so favorably
Dean Turck is the author of "various
articles which have been published
from time to time in the American
Law Review and in the Kentucky Law
He is a member of the
American Bar Association and of the
Kentucky Bar Association, Phi Delta
Phi, honorary law fraternity,
Beta Kappa, Sigma Nu, Rotary Club
and is director of the Lexington Automobile Club for the ensuing year.
Particular Appeal to the
B. B. SMITH & CO.
Miss Frances Langford, of Richmond, spent several days last week
at the Chi Omega house, and attended
the Military Ball.
Miss Polly Porter, of Georgetown,
spent the week-en- d
at the Delta Zeta
house as the guest of Miss Mildred
Alpha Xi Delta announces the pledg
ing of Misses Louise Wendt, of Newport and Emily Hayes, of Owenton.
Alpha Gamma Delta announce the
pledging of Misses Elizabeth Hall, of
Lawrenceburg, and May Baskell Bennett, of Fulton.
Miss Virginia Hadley, of Sayre
College, was the guest of Miss Marg
aret Dickson, at the Alpha Gamma
Mrs. Palmer, of Ecron, Ky., spent
the week-en- d
at the Alpha Delta
Theta house as a guest of her daughter, Miss Frances Palmer.
Miss Frances Stallard has return
ed to her home in Shelbyville to be
with her mother, who is quite ill there.
THE ARRIVAL OF THE
Baynham Shoe Co.
Star and Triangle Club Initiates
The Star and Triangle club of the
university held its initiation services
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in Boyd
SILK EVENT OF
THE SPRING SEASON
Those who were initiated into the
were: Misses Ellen Bell, Claudia
Payne, Bess Ross, Mary Anna Ray,
Mrs. N. T. Hook and Mrs. Susan Kidd
Following the initiation, refresh
ments of brick cream and cake were
Opening Monday, February 28th
New- - Spring Silks Bought Under Unusual
Market Conditions Which Makes Possible This Astounding
Values to $3.50 and $4.00 a yard.
Thousands or Yards at the One Price
MILES SILK SHOP, Inc.
in the Sunday
the students and faculty of South
pus leatiears' fraternity, met Tuesday
afternoon for consideration of the Dakota State College as an appreciaquestionnaire which it expects to pre- tion of their patronage during the
sent to the student body soon. It is school year.
desired to get the opinion of the student body on certain important campus problems.
The members of the committee are:
Watson Armstrong, Earl Sherwood,
Grant WUIey, and Doctor Funkhouser
The date for distribution of the
questionnaire was not announced.
Study Circle Meets
Mr. James William Cammack, Jr.
The study circle of the American
Association of University Women met on Thursday, February the sevenon Monday afternoon at 4 p. m., with teenth, Nineteen hundred and twenty- seven
Mrs. Wayland, Rhoads at her home,
1435 South Limestone. Prof. Clay
C. Ross, of the university, led the
After the first of March
Mr. Cammack, who formerly attend
Members of the Arch Chapter of ed the university of Kentucky, was
football player in 1925.
Delta Tau Delta and other members of a
the fraternity, were the guests of He is the grandson of Mr. Elijah Al
Messrs. W. E. Davis and Willis Stew- len, of Owenton, and teaches and is
art, for luncheon at the Phoenix hotel athletic coach of the Shelbyville high
been started at the College of BusiSaturday at 12:30 o'clock.
ness and Industry of the University
of Wichita. In this department of
Catholic Club Meets
Mrs. Bedford Brown and Mrs.. BuThe Catholic club of the university the University there are fortv-on- e
llitt McCoun were hostesses Saturday met in the palmroom of the Phoenix men enrolled.
They are divided into
at the home of Mrs. Brown, on South hotel at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. two groups. One group works while I
the other group attends classes. Thev
Hanover avenue, for the Delta Delta
Mr. Elwood Schulte presided at the
Delta Alliance monthly meeting and meeting' and the Reverend Father alternate every few weeks.
Punch delivered a short talk to the
Spring flowers, pink sweet peas, members.
tulips, and pink candles in silver holders were the charming decorations.
Sixteen guests were present for
The Sigma Nu fraternity enter
tained Wednesday evening at 7:30
o'clock at their chapter house on Wins- Gilmour
low street, with a dinner in honor
The following announcements have
of the members of the fraternity who
been received here:
Mr. and Mrs. John Gilmour
anonunce the marriage of their
Council to Meet
The regular meeting of the uni
versity council will he held this af
ternoon at 4 o'clock in the office of
One of the most impressive and
beautiful dances of the school year
was the Military Ball which took
place Monday evening from 9 until
1 o clock in the men s gymnasium
The decorations, carrying out the
military effect, were of red, white and
blue crepe paper streamers with
draped flags and machine guns placed
in various parts of the room.
The programs were white booklets
tied with blue ribbons containing six
dances and an extra one
for tha active members and the
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