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Orders for senior class Invitations to commencement exercises
will bo taken at the administration building from 9 till 3 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of
next week, it has been announced
by Claire Dees, president of the
First Battalion of
R. O. T. C. Parade
ROY REVELL IS ILL
Roy Revell, of Louisville, a freshman In the College of Commerce, Is
In a serious condition at the Good
hospital with double
pneumonia. From the report this
morning he Is somewnat better but
is not expected to be up for some
time. He is a pledge to the Sigma
Beta XI fraternity.
The first battalion of the University R. O. T. C. regiment held a
parade on the campus yesterday
afternoon In preparation for the
annual war department inspection
which will be held In May. The
second battalion will parade next
Monday afternoon and on the folU. K. REMOTE CONTROL
lowing Monday afternoon the entire
STATION IS SUCCESS regiment will stage the parade. The COLLEGE OF LAW WILL
University band, with Miss Lcura
GIVE ANNUAL BANQUET
Pcttlgrcw, sponsor, and Wallace
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Hoeing, drum major, also marched.
The annual banquet of the Colrlculturc; "The Burlcy Tobacco Sit- -, The sponsor for the first battalion lege of Law will be held Friday
uation," D. G. Card, College of Ag- is Miss Martha Reed.
night, April 26, at 6:30 o'clock in
the Lafayette hotel. Gov. Flem D.
Tuesday, April 16, 12:45 to 1:00 p.
Sampson will be the guest of honor.
m. "Kentucky Archaeology," No. 2,
by Dr. W. D. Funkhouscr, dean of
At a meeting of Sigma Delta Chi
graduate school; "Why Milk and held yesterday afternoon at 3:00
Cream Tests Vary," J. O. Backman, o'clock In room 53 of McVey hall,
College of Agriculture; "The Econ- Jess M. Laughlin, Arts and Sciences
I have for sale on East Maxwell
omic Situation in Dark Tobacco," Junior, was selected to succeed
modD. G. Card, College of Agriculture.
John W. Dundon, Jr., retiring pres- street, an attractive, two-stoWednesday, April 17, 10 to 11 p. m. ident of the Kentucky chapter. ern brick home of ten (10) rooms
Salon Orchestra; Mrs. L. L. Dantz-le- r; Hugh Adcock, Arts and Sclenes and two complete baths extra large
Junior, was elected to succeed well lighted attic; hot water heatThursday, April 18, 12:45 to 1:00 O'Rear K Barnes, retiring vice ing plant, large veranda, two-cone's heat
p. m. "The meaning of Music," president.
Wilbur G. Frye was garage. The saving ofhouse would
Prof. C. A. Lampert, head of Music made secretary 'to fill the vacancy bill over a
be from $30 to $40 per month. Nice
made through Laughlin's elevation
Friday, April 19, 12:45 to 1:00 p. to the presidency. Edwards M. lot, attractive shrubbery.
I have another two-stom. "What Farm Folks are Asking," Templin was reelected treasurer of
house In Aylsford with nine (9)
N. R. Elliott, College of Agriculture. the fraternity, and also editor-in-chirooms, two baths, hot air furnace,
of the Kampus Kat for the large lot. Price, $10,500.
ART "CENTER GETS NEW DOORS coming year.
This office is in a position to finance either of these places, proATTENDS PHYSICIANS MEET
Two new colonial doors are in
vided the purchaser has a reasonprocess of construction in the art
able amount of cash, payments to
deDr. John S. Chambers, of the
structure room of the Art Center.
be made In monthly, or
They are in direct line with the partment of hygiene, left last Sat- Installments over a period of from
Euclid avenue entrance and will urday for the annual meeting of the five to fifteen years. For further
of Physicians Information call 3050-permit a view of the rear court and American College
garden. Miss Ann Callahan, art in- which is being held at Boston, Mass.,
structor, is the originator of the April 8 to 13. Dr. Chambers is ex- Real Estate
pected to return tomorrow.
We are now carrying in
dition to our regular
TAILORED TO MEASURE
Made by Schaefer Co.
Suits Tailored to Your
$30 to $50
Alterations a Specialty
Spring and Summer
Baynham Shoe Co.
The date for the close of the
"Yell" contest, sponsored by the
"K" Book, has been changed
to April 15. All students are eligible and may send as many contributions as they wish to Morton
Walker. University box 1164. Prizes
of $5, $3 and $2 will be given for
the best yells submitted.
THE PHOENIX HOTEL
Perfect service at moderate prices for sororities,
fraternities and other discriminating University
folk at dances, dinners, luncheons.
THE BEST DANCE MUSIC
By "Peg Longon and His Orchestra
T. P. CAGWIN, Manager
the young man who is concerned about his appear
as a social and business asset who knows the value
of being better dressed than the average who recognizes
the difference between the loud and soft pedal "The
Barrymore" has been styled. One and two trousers.
Graves, Cox & Co.
POSTPONE CLOSE OF CONTEST
ens. A line of
--decidedly smarts flnclude "THE
A NEW LINE
The ninth annual convention of the I
Kentucky Federation of Music clubs
will be held In Lexington April 23,
24 and 25, with headquarters at the
Miss Virginia Tyler, of Lexington,
Is the general chairman of the convention. Mrs. Curtis Marshall Mc-Gc- c,
president, will preside over the
The McDowell club, the Junior
McDowell club nnd Kappa chapter
of Phi Beta, University professional
music and dramatic art fraternity,
will entertain the 150 delegates com
ing to the city, with tea April 24.
The delegates coming to the city
will be welcomed by Miss Mary Jane
Commerce and Administration,
University of Chicago.
The annual University of KenPlans for the 1929 graduation ex- tucky dinner Is connection with the
ercises to be held at the University K. E. A. will be held Thursday,
starting May 29 have been announ April 18. About 400 alumni, faculty
ced by Prof. Lewis W. Roberts, of members, and others associated with
University, are expected to at- the College of Law, chairman of j the
the committee on arrangements,
The toastmaster for the event will
Military field day will be held
be John Y. Brown, and toasts will
May 29 at 2 p. m. on Stoll field.
be given by A. B. Crawford, superThe annual class reunion will be intendent of schools at Anchorage;
Saturday, June 1, in McVey hall J. L. Harmon, president, Bowling
and the Armory. The class reunion Green Business Dr. Frank L. McGreen, Ky.; and
banquet will follow that evening at Vey. who will speak about "Doings
on the Campus."
SIGMA DELTA CHI WILL
Graduation exercises will be held
The men's glee club of the UniverHONOR TWO EDITORS
June 1 at 10 o'clock in the morn- sity, under the direction of Prof. Carl
ing, with Dr. Carl Van Doren, of A. Lampert, will furnish the music
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of for the banquet, and group singing
New York City, editor-in-chithe Literary Guild and associate will be led by B. P. Ramsey, of the
chosen this year by Kentucky, have
professor of English at Columbia University.
University, as the speaker. Lunchachieved notable records.
Judge Robert W. Bingham, edieon in honor of speakers, alumni
tor and publisher of the Louisville
committees will be held at the
MELCHER AT WASHINGTON
and Times, and
University Commons at 2 p. m.
Hemdon Evans, editor and publishThe baccalaureate address will be
Dean C. R. Melcher ler Wednesdelivered by Bishop H. P. Abbott, of day morning for Washington, D. C, er of the Plnevllle Sun, have been
the Lexington Diocese, at 2:30 p. m. where he will attend the eleventh selected by the Kentucky chapter
on June 2, in Memorial hall.
as associate members of the fraterannual conference of the associa- nity. They will be present for the
tion of deans of men and advisors banquet and initiation ceremonies
of men held at George Washington April 17, and are on the program
University. The sessions will be
for short addresses.
Pays $18 per week. Call Kernel held from April 11 to 13 at the Mayoutstanding newspaper men
flower hotel. Dean Melcher will take of Other
or James Moore at Leader office.
Lexington and the state-at-laradv. part in the discussion
have been invited to be present, as
well as Dr. Frank L. McVey, president of the University, who also is
on the program.
Amonc the newspaper men wno
have been forwarded invitations are
those who are alumni of any chap
ter of Sigma Delta Chi, but since
all of them in the state are not
knnwn to the Kentucky chapter, '
they will be publicly invited to at- tend.
The banauet and nrosram will be I
of "playful" nature, generally, but
speeches will be given on the past,
present and future of Journalism, '
the history of Sigma Delta vni, ana .
the future of the fraternity.
latter two topics will be taken by the
of the Kentucky
chapter, John W. Dundon, Jr., and
the incoming president.
The program of the Kentucky
chapter for the past year has in- - j
eluded a number of projects for the
betterment of the University and j
the advancement of journalism at
the University. Work on the estab- lishment of a University comic
magazine was started, and although
delayed by unforseen difficulties
will be completed by fall. The Kam- - '
pus Kat, University "razz sheet," i
was published twice, and will be
published once more before the end
of the semester. Members of the
were active in every ,
journalistic enterprise on the cam-pu- s,
and were editors of The
The Kentucky Kernel, The j
Kampus Kat, and several smaller
publications. The fraternity award- ed scholarship keys to outstanding
It is planned to select associate
Members of the Kentucky cnapter
of Sigma Delta Chi are: John W.
Dundon, Jr., retiring president; Edwards Templin, Jess Laughlin, Hugh
Ellis, Wilbur Frye, Beecher Adams,
Harry Bolser, Ollle M. James, O. K.
Barnes, Don Grote, A. L. Plgman,
James Dorhman, Hayes Owens,
Hugh, Adcock, Laurence Shropshire,
William H. Glanz ana James
Pledces for initiation April u, in
addition to the associate members,
John Boone, Robert Sharon,
Paul Goodloe, Clay Brock, Buell
Gaskin, Warren Lindsey, Samuel
Allen, and John Cole.
Prof. Victor R. Portmann, lacuity
advisor, and Prof. Kiel Plummer
are faculty members of Sigma Delta
Chi. Professor Portmann and Wilbur Frye are the committee, on ar
rangements for the Founders' Day
Clubs to Convene