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By EDNA SMITH
"Big Money," a Pathc picture under the direction of Russell Mock,
featuring Eddie Qulllnn nnd Robert
Anntstrong, Is now playing at the
Ben All. It presents n great satire
on gangsterism nnd Is only fair entertainment.
There arc a few
laughs and a few thrills, but Eddie
Quillan Is a misfit for his part as a
gansgster. He takes the pari remarkably well, but his type is too
young for such a character.
Came Youth" will open at the Ken-luck- y
Saturday. It Is under the direction of Lloyd Carnlgnn and NorMcLloyd nnd is taken from the
story by George Marian, Jr.
"Outward Bound," now playing at
the Slrnnd, is featuring Douglas
Pnirbnnds. Jr.. Alec B. Francis. Lcs- He Howard, nnd Helen Chandler.
It Is a wnmcr Brouicrs picture Milunder the direction of Robert
ton. The entertainment should be
The State theater opens Friday
with Buck Jones
Ranch" with the famous dew Rln- Tin-Ti- n
as the main feature. As
dog pictures of the "frozen north"
go, this one should not be any
worse than any of the rest of them.
opens nt the Slrnnd Sunday. The
pnrt of "Llghtnln" Dill" Jones, manager of n hotel In Reno, Is snld to be
ambition of Will kor-cr- s.
Tills picture Is tnken from the
old piny which Frank Bason originally popularized with his performance. The story contains much
homely philosophy nnd Is a corned)
set on the dividing line of California nnd Nevada, Many amusing
situations arc to be found and Rogers presents a delightful character
sketch. The entertainment will not
most excellent. You'd better
miss It, or you will be sorry.
Is Recent Author
By WILLIAM ARDERV
Speaking over radio station
IWROL at Knoxvllle after the game
'Tom Riley, dramatic critic, Stroller
Immense canine and university announcer, "Well folks, I reckon you
know that I'm from Lexlnln' by this
Miss Ollie Depew whose book on time." Shol Shol
William Farnum has returned to
"The Relationship Between Dog and
the screen and along with him
Master" lias been accepted for pubWe are utterly perplexed at
Norma Talmadge makes a decided
lication next year by the Century
the antiquity of the technique
improvement over her first "talkie,"
Publishing Company collected much
"Lights of New York." "Madam Du
which is practiced by cttcs at
of her material at the University of
Barry" depicts a story of a beautithe University of Kentucky. The
Kentucky, where she was a student
ful young milliner' who strikes the
same old line, the name ancient
fancy of a gambler who uses her as
in the years
lies, the same primordial, silly,
a decoy to his gambling den. There
Miss Depew majored in English
unstHdied, Indelicate flattery
she meets the king who is immeand mlnorcd in history and polltl-- ,
We often wonder if the "dread
diately enamoured with her charms.
cal science. She received her A. B.
bid strong: man" stuff Is handed
Conrad Nagel takes the part of a
degree from the college of Arts and , down from feneration to feneralieutenant in the King's army. The
real thread of a love story which
Sciences in 1922 and her M. A. detion or If every irfrl finds from
runs throughout the whole play is
gree in 1923. Miss Depew is an Engexperimentation that It hardly
Will Rogers returns again and as lish instructor at Murray College at
that of this dashing young manstory
Du Barry. The trend of the
usual maiccs a great, nit. tie is sup
Is very melodramatic.
It is now noted by Louise Dresser in "Light the present time.
And necking It should be a
playing at the Kentucky.
nin" a Fox production under the The research covered a period
fine art by this time but Instead
Charles "Buddy" Rogers in "Along direction of Henry King, which approximately 50 years, and about
200 articles were examined on the
is becoming constantly
subject. The collection includes 24
crass, more purely physical, and
essays by such writers as Booth
Agnes Reppller, and W. H. Hudson.
And hospitality now it has
degenerated into forcing a smile
Ten of the 24 authors are profesOpen for Winter Season
sional writers and four are college
for unwelcome guests, insisting
professors. The material was collectthat they eat food they do not
want, and feeling vastly relieved
ed from the University of Kentucky
library, the Lexington library, and
when they have departed.
the library of Murray State college.
The truly sophisticated, we have
Dancing Every Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. Nights
heard, do not exclude themselves
from society and speculate on the
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innate stupidity of mankind. Rather
maitney associate wiui uieir iciiuw mu- .Newspaper
,mals and remain unmoved at every
new evidence oi mat siupiaiiy.
If you want to keep your health
newspaper man, take
When you find a member of the
and remain a
up a specialty, George William Rus proletariat referring to his fellows
recently told a student of as revoltingly proletarian then you
the University of Missouri school or have truly a Democracy.
"The life of the every day jourWell morons did you miss us at
nalist never settled, always going the Kanna tea party? You missed
to and fro, without any object In missing something If you did not
life is detrimental to your physical which all goes to prove mat tne
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neaitn," ne saia.
Kappas are not even luke warm,
"Whatever you do, make it a point
the Chi Omegas. Yeah, smart'
to specialize in some certain field, likeyou guessed it, we were the only
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literature, drama, history, sciences, les in the state of Kentucky who
industry, or what not. This way ones get
you will have an opportunity, not didn't
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only to become known in the world,
We have decided to classify by the
but also to keep yourself In physi
cally good condition and live a bet- order of merit system every sorority
which we deem all merltrlous. Tne
"If you specialize, let us say in following are the houses in the or
drama, when an editor needs an der of their importance.
(1) Three triangles.
article written on a certain subject
pertaining to that field, he will be
(2) C. and O. railroad girls.
reminded that you are a specialist
(3) AlDha Damns.
on It He will undoubtedly send to
(4) Ineligible Ettes (occasionally
you for such a story. It Is the same
to as "Kappas ).
in all other lines of journalism referred
where specialization mav be work
(6) Delta Zeta and Alpha Zees
(7) Sigma Nu's.
DEAN EVANS TO ATTEND
We selected the Triple Deltas for
first place because we do not
Dean A. E. Evans and Prof. For
rest R. Black will attend the meet know them. The Chi Omegas ran a
ing of the Association of American close second due to their Inimitable
Law Schools at the Stevens hotel in Venus and their charming way put
Chicago during the week of the denouncing the Kappas. Politics
of December. Pro theAlpha Gams third.
fessor Black will speak at one of the took fourth on their ability to mar
sessions on whether or not senators ry off the members.
should disapprove appointments of also ran except the Sigma Nu's and
EXPERT IN OUR LINE
members of the Supreme Court be- thev came last without even enter
cause of economical and political ing the competition no real girl
differences, and Dean Evans will would belong to them.
talk at the Property section
Sunday, "Mln and Bill," a Mctro-OoldwMayer production under
the direction of George Hill, will
open nt the Ben All. Marie Dress
ler and Wallace Berrv are
ring to make a great triumph for
the combine. The acting is excellent and the play is a successful
mixture of tragedy and comedy
without being either.
Man." docs some more real acting.
The story concerns a wharf -- rat who
mothers a girl whose real mother
is one or tne xamous two-aoiiricty. Wallace Berry is seen as a
friend of Mln's or a sort of lover
in a crude manner. Should be sure
fire entertainment, don't miss it.
Miss Ollie Depew Writes Book
on "The Relationship Be- tween Dopr and Master"
Professor of English
Writes New Book
On British Novel
Prof. Grant C. Knight, of the
English department of the univer
sity, is the author of a new book
called "The Novel in English," which
win ixs published the latter part of
this month by Richard R, Smith,
Inc., a New York publishing com
pany, two to the fact that for a
long time no modem history nnd
Interpretation of the English novel
lias been available for classroom
use, this book will be welcomed by
teachers of English literature.
in his new book. Professor Knight
presents a complete history of the
development of the novel up to
The table of contents in
The Achievement of Form: The
First Modern Novelists, Richardson,
Fielding, Smollett, Sterne, Minor
Novelists; The Triumph of Romanticism, The Gothic Romance, The
Followers, Cooper, Cooper's Followers, Hawthorne, Melville; The Novel
of Manners, Burney, Edgeworth,
Austen, Successors;- The Victorians
The Orthodox, Dickens, Thackeray,
Eliot, Others, The Unorthodox, The
Brontes, Meredith, Stevenson, Hardy, Others; The Triumph of Real- Ism before 1914, Twain, Howells,
Henry James, Grace Moore, Frank
Norris, and Stephen Crane, Conrad,
Wells. Galsworthy, Bennett, Whar
ton, Dreiser, Others; Development
Strollers Offer Prize
Strollers, the student dramatic organization on the campus, is offering a prize of $60 for the best
play written by a student. Any type
of play will be accepted and musical
comedies will be given special conThe manuscript must
bo typewritten and of regulation
lonoth. ah niavs must he turned In
to Andrew Hoover or Rex Allison
not later than February.
A village parson's daughter eloped
in her father's clothes. And the
next day the village newspaper
came out with an account of the
elopement, headed: "Flees in Father's Pants." Washington Newspaper.
FORD CARS UP EARLY
ENGLISH CLUB HEARS
Tim EniTllsh club of the university
met at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon
In rnnm 111 nf McVev halL Mrs.
Jessie Miner, author of a book of
gave a taiK on
Emily Dickinson, early American
Mrs. Mlnpr was Introduced
by Frank Stone, president of the
club. Following tne program tea
Tagorc, who lays
the unrest of the world to operation of machinery, has evidently
heard the Ford car warm up early
in the morning for the day's rum.
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'LET LIGHTNIN' SHINE 'EM"
DR. BLACK TO BE AT MEETING
OPPOSITE MEMORIAL HALL
W Got a Date
for the Dance
At the twentv - eighth annual
meeting of the Association of
American Law Schools to be held
the 29th, 30th, and 31st of December In the Stevens hotel, Chicago.
Dr. Forrest R. Black of the College
of Law will address the meeting on
the function of the Senate in considering nominations by the president to the Supreme Court of the
United States. Dr. Black will also
hold a round table discussion on the
prices on the Lexington tobacco
Biarxet win oe announced at 12:45
over the university extension studio
of WHAS and will continue through
out the season. L. C. Brewer will
announce the prices on Mondays,
Wednesdays, and Fridays. Harold
Rltter will give the quotations on
Tuesdays and Thursdays.
TAKE HER IN
ONE OP OUR
NEW CARS, AND
PRIZE FOR SLOGANS
THRILL OF A
Habits of Women
Are Study Topic
Study of the habits of women,
whn nr hlltrfnc mnif intelliffentLV
today than ever before, has become
on Imnnrfont narf. nt t
ing and merchandising program of
national advertisers, xoiss auuy
Barber, director of home economics
and educational department of the
Kellogg Company, told a Joint meet-in- nnt the chlcftiro Advertising
Council and the Woman's Advertising
Club. Miss Josephine
"Manv national advertisers are
employing women as home econom
mPHns Of SUDDle
tin, ttioir nrintafl arivertisinsr.''
Barber. "These depart
ments engage in a researcn wonc
that often brings forth important
Miss Barber described In detail
methods of promotion employed
voiinmr RnmnuiT and stated
that every piece of advertising was
submitted to tne nome ecunuuuuo
department for approval from a
nutrition point of view. She touched on work being done by other
companies along the same lines.
The Chicago Daily Illustrated
Times is offering a dally cash prize
for the best slogans submitted for
its "Buy Now" campaign. The newspaper Is urging Chicagoans to "Buy
Now and Help Bring Back Prosperity." The campaign is being carried on over the Daily Times radio
station, as well as in the columns
of the newspaper.
New Chrysler Six
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