ttimt clla" at the Qulgnol theater.
Monday, April 29
"Flight of the Duchess," last presentation nt the Qulgnol theater.
THE YEAR'S AT THE SPRING
The year's at the spring,
And day's nt the morn;
Morning's at seven;
The hillside's dew pearled;
The lark's on the wing;
The snail's on the thorn;
God's In His heaven
All's right with the world
From Plppa Passes.
Friday, April 12
Opening performance of "Clnder-
Iclla" nt the Gulgnol theater, given
under the auspices of the Junior
Saturday, April 13
Baseball game between Kentucky nnd University of Louisville,
2:00 o'clock, Stoll Field.
Phi Delta Thcta formal dance In
the Men's gymnasium.
Annual dlnncr-danc- e
of Louisville Alumni Club of the University
of Kentucky at Louisville.
Cadet Hop In the Men's gymnasium, 3 to 0 o'clock.
Closing performance of "Cinder- -
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sports and dress
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In the New York Times of December 16 there appeared an article
windescribing a huge stained-glas- s
dow symbolizing engineering to be
of Georgiven by the student body
gia Tpnh tn their alma mater. This
window is to be placed in the new
dining room of that institution.
This is one of the greatest exist
ing achievements of the art 01 glass
designing and it tells graphically the
history of engineering in the past,
its position at the present, and its
possibilities in the future. Twenty
feet high and fourteen wide, it will
shed light throughout the greater
part of the room and be a constant
reminder of the Ideals of the school.
In addition to the three figures
symbolizing the process of engineering, the window will contain eleven
other figures denoting phases of
modern Industry associated with entextiles, comgineering progress
chemistry, ceramics, and science.
Besides these figures, the design
bears the seal of the institution, the
seal of Georgia, the school monogram, emblems of the Greek ietter
fraternities at Georgia Tech, and
symbols of the Army, Navy, literature and athletics.
The process of the making of this
testimonial was very elaborate and
it should stand as a lasting monument to the love that the student
body of Georgia Tech bears for her.
The collegians photographer records not just
a man or woman
but that most subtle spirit
of your personality which is yours alone
just a few seconds and there's your own sparking personality preserved to posterity by
special this week
six large art
proofs and one in oil colors for twelve dollars
offer expires April 19th.
Rnrinir flowers decked the tables
and blue and white, the Univer
sity colors, were carried out in me
niara ptirHs which consisted of blue
figures representing the SuKy let
ters, on a white nacicgrouna.
Mr. James Hester, president of
the organization, presmea as loa&i-mastand the name of the organization was also carried out in the
talks made by Mr. Fred Conn who
spoke on the letter "S." Mr. Job
Turner discussed the letter "U,"
Mr. James Thompson told the
meaning of "K" and Miss Mary
Brown discussed the letter "Y."
Miss Marguerite McLaughlin, a
chapter member, gave a summary
of the founding and a history of
the organization. Mr. Frank Davidson gave an amusing parody on the
Interpretation of Movietone.
A delicious menu was served and
music was furnished by Mrs. Martha Alexander and her Phoenix hotel orchestra.
Those present Included the active
members and alumni. The active
members are Misses Mary Brown,
Frances Baskett, Marjory Little,
Tech Window Is
Of Unique Design
The Art of Deacon
Sluma Delta Chi Banquet
The following Invitation was received on the campus during the
Sigma Delta Chi
International Professional Journalistic Fraternity
invites you to ho present at the
Founder's Day Banquet
Phoenix Hotel, Lexington
Interesting Program for Banquet
SuKy, "pep" circle of the Unlver-dt- v
ontortnlnnd with a banquet
Saturday evening at 6:30 o'clock In
the rose room of tne L.aiayee not-
The SuKy Circle entertained with
an enjoyable dance Saturday night
In the Men's gymnasium, from 9
to 12 o'clock.
Music for the occasion was furnished by the Rhythmn Kings orchestra. Ov'cr two hundred guests
Chapcroncs for the occasion were
Mrs. Edward Farquhar, Dean and
Mrs. Alvln E. Evans, Dean and Mrs.
P. P. Boyd, Major and Mrs. O. R.
Meredith, nnd Miss Marguerite McLaughlin.
(Formerly of Greenwich Village, New York City)
"The rendezvous for the U. of K. girls"
Smart frocks that carry out every new
fashion edict in the manner of much
higher priced models. Whether of crepe,
prints, georgettes, they have the feminine lines decreed for Spring. Models for
all occasions in the newest shades
such replicas of Paris successes.
Ask about our special service features
of particular interest to all U. of K. girls.
Mary Alex O'Hara, Ann Rhodes,
Lucille Short, Margaret Wilson and
Henry Bowman, Sam
Blackburn, Fred Conn. Frank Davidson, John Oess, William Olnnz,
Bob Olbson, James Hester, James
Thompson, Job Turner, Ocorge
Whitfield and William Young.
Katherlno Dlshman, Bemlcc Edwards, Virginia Kellcy, Willy King,
Mary Oiles Thorne, Annclle Kellcy,
Helen Skinner, Marguerite McLaughlin, Mrs. James Klttrcll, Mrs.
J. C. Warren, Mrs. Henry Harper,
Messrs. Austin Graves, Virgil Johnson, Henry Maddox, Harry McChes-ne- y,
Nlcl Plummer, William Gcss,
Frank Hoover, Emmctt Mllwarrl
and Arthur Nutting.
Luncheon for Professor nippy
Dr. nnd Mrs. McVey had as Mielr
guest on Tuesday, Prof. J. Fred
Rlppy, of Duke University, who was
convocation speaker for this month.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Murray have
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Margaret, to Mr. William
H. Schimmel Jr., of Fairmont, W.
Mr. Schimmel attended the University last year and was pledged
The annual Junior Prom was
to the Delta Tau Delta fraternity.
held Friday night at the Men's
The wedding is to take place In gymnasium from 9 to 1 o'clock.
Two orchestra, Wlnstead and Jordan, furnished music for the affair
were played. Atand eight
tractive programs were given the
IIunter-HudgiThe queen of the prom, Miss
Miss Margaret Hunter, daughter Kathleen Fitch, being ill was unof Mr. and Mrs. June Hunter, and able to attend, but a special anMr. Hope Hudglns, both of Win- nouncement was made and a spechester, were married at the home cial
was played In her
of the bride's parents in Wincheshonor.
on April 4.
About 400 guests were present for
The bride attended the Univer- the enjoyable dance.
Kapsity and was a member of the
pa Kappa Gamma sorority.
Mr. Hudgins was a member of
the Phi Delta Theta fraternity at
Miss Jane McKee, of Cynthiana,
Centre College. For the last three
years he has been connected with was a week end visitor at the Kapthe Bell Telephone and Telegraph pa Delta house.
Mr. L. L. Johnson, of Greensburg,
Company, of Winchester.
Mr. and Mrs. Hudgins will reside Kas., visited at the Alpha Sigma
in Birmingham this summer, going Phi fraternity house over the week
from there to Louisville where Mr. end.
Mr. P. H. Gooding, of Purdue,
Hudgins will be traffic manager for
was a week end guest at the Alpha
Gamma Rho fraternity house.
Mr. Harvey Yeaman, prominent
lawyer, of Henderson, Ky., visited
Mae at the Sigma Alpha Epsllon house
The marriage of Miss Lottie
Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. on his way back from Jelllco, Tenn.
Fon Rogers, and Dr. David Mathew
Hr. Henry Maddox visited in
Garred, of Louisa, Ky., was per- Winchester over the week end.
formed on April at the home of
Messrs. Tom Buckner and James
bride's parents in Lexington.
Hayes, of Shelbyvllle, were week
Mrs. Garred was graduated from end guests at the Kappa Alpha fraWard-Belmoat Nashville. Sno ternity house.
attended the University for one
Messrs. O. L. McElroy and Guy
year where she was a member of McClure, of Irvine, were visitors at
the Delta Delta Delta
the Alpha Gamma Epsllon house
Dr. Garred was graduated from last week end.
the Medical School In Louisville in
Mr. "Bud" Bishop, of Cumberland
itwfl nnd is now a sureeon at the College, was a guest at the Alpha
Stephenson hospital in Ashland, Gamma Epsllon house last Sunday.
Mr. Lloyd Fisken, of Hopklnsville,
Tour in Summer
Two professors nnd a group of
students of the University of Southa
ern California will "hitch-hike- "
vagabond way through Europe this
summer studying and sketching
classics of ancient, renaissance and
students led by Dean A.
C. Wcatherhead and Prof. C. M.
Baldwin, of the architecture department, will cross the Atlantic third-claand tramp their way through
England, France, Italy and Switzerland. The class will net six units
of upper division credit and is open
to ndvnnccd and graduate students.
Dean Wcatherhead, In announcing the "vagabond class," said that
$525 will cover all expenses of the
three months trip. He said, "sketching from the structures themselves
Is much more advantageous than
from photographs to which the average classroom is confined."
The New Belmont Restaurant
Opposite the Phoenix Hotel
Regular Meals, All Kinds of Sandwiches
Refreshing Fountain Drinks and Confections
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS $1.00
Viaduct Barber Shop
157 E. HIGH ST.
H. M. DAVIS, Prop.
We strive to satisfy every customer
B. B. SMITH & CO.
Corredt Apparel for
WOMEN and MISSES
264 W. MAIN ST.
Holliday and Mr.
William Dale, both of Le.iogton,
were married on April 2 at the
home of the bride's sister, Mrs.
Leroy Land on South Hanover
Mr. and Mrs. Dale both attended
the University for three years
Ohio State May Bar
Hazing at Initiations
Ohio "Rough Stuff"
fraternity hazing was barred at Ohio
State University by action of a faculty committee last week.
The "informal initiations" of the
fraternities, under the committee's
orders, must not last longer than
30 hours, and must be "confined to
Since the "rough stuff" put on by
the fraternities in the usual Hell
TH71, thnf nrnAanc iUa itHmlnlcfra.
tion of the formal ritual is the only
vestige of hazing left on this campus
the faculty order means that within
a few years hazing will be a thing
of the past.
It has been years since freshmen
were hazed by sophomores at Ohio
State, for there Is virtually no class
spirit left at the university. Class
spirit Is hard to work up among
The Ohio State Lantern, undergraduate dally, has been editorializing against hazing for some time
as a "childish" practice.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
August 4, 1923 ,
Richmond. Va., U. S. A.
Going to take the pleasure and drop
you a few lines to say that my favorite
tobacco is your Edgeworth. I have!
been a user of it for the last eight!
years and find it's the only tobacco i
for a real good smoke.
For the last nvo or six months I
have been trying several other kinds
but I find Edgeworth is the only
tobacco for me.
If I am smoking any other brand
my wife will tell me, as she likes tho
smell of only Edgeworth. When I'm
smoking others she opens all windows
The reason for writing this letter
is that I had a card party last night,
and most all of the party asked mo
what kind of tobacco I used.
So I told them Edgeworth.
Yours very truly,
A smoker of Edgeworth
(Signed) E. E. Boisvert
Extra Wgh Grade
where they were well known and nnd Mr, Arthur Blckcl. of Louisliked.
ville, were guests at the Alpha Tau
Mrs. Dale Was a member of toe Omega house over the week end
Chi Omega sorority, the English nnd attended the Junior Prom.
Club, nnd was a Stroller ellgibio.
Mr. Joseph Ohr spent last week
She was graduated from Hamilton end In Irvine.
College before attending the UniThe Phi Sigma Knppa fraternity
Mr. Dale was a member of the wishes to announce the pledging
of Mr. Hugh JacKson, of Lexington.
Sigma Nu fraternity nnd h now n
Mr. Al Cord, of Chicago, was a
prominent farmer of Fayette counvisitor nt the Sigma Beta XI house
They will be at home at the Cen- Inst week end.
ter Slope farm on the Nlcholasvlile
Misses Alma Crowder and Joseroad after they return from their phine Cotton were visitors In Louiswedding trip to Washington, D. C. ville last week end and attended
the Phi Chi formal dance.
Misses Alma Leper nnd Evelyn
Lnlrd, of Covington, were visitors
Dr. and Mrs. McVey were at nt the Delta Zeta house last week
home on Wednesday afternoon to end.
the students, fnculty nnd alumni of
Miss Betty Robinson, of Danville,
was a guest at the Delta Zeta house
last week end.
Campus Club Initiation
We are so tired of hearing Jokes
The Campus Club of the University entertained with a banquet about
Friday night at the Phoenix hotel,
The Absent-minde- d
2 The tight Scotchman.
following the Initiation exercises.
3 Bold pedestrian.
Dean C. R. Melcher was the principal speaker.
4 The bride's domestic ability.
Those Initiated were Messrs. Al5 The
len Charbonneau, Charles Kltson,
R. E. H.
Charles Fury, Walter Sparks, Leon
Morrln and Edward Duval.
"0. K." with Wife,
Our Great Spring
Sale of Toiletries
Now In Progress
YOU CAN NOT OVERLOOK!
COTY'S FACE POWDER
and GIFT COMPACT
Fleurs odeur and all the
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Both for the price of powder alone! Both in
You choice of
the same shade and odeur
L'Origan. Paris, Styx, Emeraude
and L'Aimant. Make yourself a gift of this
beautiful compact and a generous supply of
the famous Coty powder.
Joile Soir odeur.
Also Luxor's sweet
In Rose, Elderflower, Oatmeal and BouAlso LUX toiet soap and
10c a cake.