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Sigma Na Formal
The members of the Sigma Nu
night with their spring formal
dance at the Men's Gymnasium
from 9 until 12 o'clock. Cliff Per-rlnand his Brunswick recording
orchestra of Chicago furnished the
music for the five
The gymnasiums was beautifully
decorated In futuristic designs and
varied colored crepe paper streamers divided the room into several
sections. At each corner of the room
a large Illuminated shield of the fraternity hung. The programs for the
guests were black celluloid, mcrust-e- d
with mother of pearl, which was
engraved with the Sigma Nu crest.
Messrs. Hubert Buckles, Nell Cain,
Nathan Davlcs, Frank Davidson,
Semmy Drake, Elden Durand, GorJeffries,
don Gonsalves, James
Henrv Kelley, Edward Miller, Rob
ert Mormon, John
Pennington, Waltham Medley, John
Ramey, Earl K. Senff, Herbert
Steeley, Jack Todd, George Whitfield, Lister Witherspoon, Rudy
Schmock, Marshall Van Meter, William McKee, James W. Gordon,
Peyton Ellis, Slade Carr, Edward
Cadden, Harold Bredwell, E. D.
Pledges are Messrs. James Sulli
van. Russell Stelgner, Zach Sheilds,
Junior Peters, Robert Newton, Wil
liam Moore, Edward Monahan, Rob
ert Virgil Hall.
Chaperones for the dance were
President and Mrs. Frank L. Mc- Vey, Dean Sarah Blanding, Mr. and
Mrs. Maury Crutcher, Mr. and Mrs.
William Finn, Mr. and Mrs. Madl
son Cawein, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus
Van Arsdale, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Tracy, Dr. and Mrs. O. J. Stewart,
Miss Marguerite McLaughlin.
Chapter bids were sent to the fra
ternlties at the University of Ken
tucky, Georgetown College, Tran
Louisville and the University of
About 500 guests were present.
Katherlne Dickinson, Covington, spent the week-en- d
Delta Zcta house.
Miss Marie Howard, Richmond
was also a visitor at the Delta Zeta
Miss Mary Jo McCormlck spent
tne week-en- d
at her home in Shcr
Miss Helen Dale visited at her
home in Myers last week-en- d.
Miss Martha Thompson, Atlanta
Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Payne, Covington, were at the Delta
Zeta house Sunday.
Miss Carolyn Vice. Dry Ridee
was a visitor at the Aloha Delta
Tneta house last week-en- d.
Misses Anna Martin, Margaret
Motch and Frances Mauzy spent
tne weeK-en- d
Miss Mary Lewis Marvin was at
her home In Georgetown last week
Miss Nancy Mitchell spent the
Miss Mildred Green is recovering
from a recent illness at her home in
Kappa Sig Fire Dr. Miner Releases
New Translation of
Adds Color to
Dinner Program Dr. J. Miner of the psychology
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gained by the colorful tales told of
tvio im.io "wnrmlne narties" held re
cently by their feminine cohorts, the
Alpha Gam's and the K.. u.'s, ine
Kappa Sig's decided to give their
Hlnnnr uniaete nf last SimdaV a Warm
reception in their own inimitable
style; and so, just as tne guests
were beginning to be warmed by
the 'festive board of Kappa Sigma,
it broke loose fire In one of the
tallest turrets of the Kappa Sig
It was said that those present
wprp vprv acrreeablv surmised. Al
though the affair was not graced by
the presence of the crimson and
pajamas of the Alpha
r,nm social fires, it is said that there
were a few squeals of delight from
the "fairer" sex and it was reporv-o- ri
that Miss Mareie McLaughlin
was not at all "fazed" by the shocking announcement that the palace
ton? nn fire.
It is said that she
calmly resumed her repast and
thought nothing more of it a wisecracking good chaperone Is Miss
A hook and ladder platoon from
the Lexington fire battalion put in
their appearance In a few moments
nnri bpcran to show their kniehtlv
skill before the young maids who
had assembled in front ox tne mansion for the performance.
Not to be outdone in matters of
Laughlln came dashing out and proto vanquish the veteran fire-mp- n
In scallntr the castle wall, prob
ably in search of lovely maidens in
distress, and whatnot.
But the blaze was found to be
onlv a feeble one. and the knights
were destined not to try their metal
that day. That old fire and water
horse, "Deacon" Jones, followed by
a few of the more hardy of the
Alpha Sig courtiers, arrived on the
scene a few moments later and pronounced the event more or less a
It was Just another "house fire"
and nothing more: but Dame Ru
mor has It that more of these
social events are nromlsed
In the near
for the pleasure-ma- d
future more tnan imeiy uean
Squelcher will catch the spirit of
the season and hold a little "firewater" party for the Student Council. Quien Sabe? For it is the cus
tom in these days.
Boynton and Graham
Write Articles for
A recent number of
several of our friends maintained
that they had actually seen the
snake, that Its name was Roland
and that It had pink eyes. Perhaps
it was some more potent Influence
than the power of suggestion.
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X that MATCH
Early to bed and early to rise and
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Even without the snake we en
Joyed the dance Immensely. If there
were only some way to convince our
friends from Centre that these oc
casions are Just as brilliant when
they leave their guns at home.
The high regard which the Alpha
Gamma Rho's entertain for their
neighbors, the Kappas, was delicate
ly expressed in the method by which
the farmers issued invitations to
the fair ladles for their formal. It
seems that a chapter bid was sent
and that any of the girls who de
sired to attend were permitted to
select their own dates. When the
list had been completed It was pre
sented to the Alpha Gamma Rho's
who then sent bids to all the men
who were necessary to the happiness
of the Kappas. Just another way
of overcoming Sigma Chi compe
We were warned before the Sigma
Nu formal that a large, green snake
was to guard the entrance to the
gym. The power of suggestion was
well demonstrated to us today when
The student council seems to be
more interested in publicity than in
gaining dominion over all phases of
student government. Their demands
were not known to President Mc-Vuntil ho read of them In the
Kernel, Friday morning.
We so enjoy watching the little
boys parade in front of the Admin
istration building on Monday afternoons. They are very proud of their
beautiful brown uniforms and they
take themselves so seriously they
even crane their
"PrinclDles of Exnerimentnl Psv. don'tband sponsor passes necks when
chology," by Henri Pieron, professor
at me institutede psycnologie of the If only our manly eds and fair
University of Paris. The book was ettes could know how much more
DUbllshed In this COUntrv hv Wnr.
court, Brace and Company, and is common than usual they gum when
one oi tne nooks of "The Interna- they munch chewing
tional Library of Psychology, Phll- - would doubtless practice. A satyric
osopny and scientific Methods."
entertainer" guzzling gin in a Chi
"Princinles Of Exnprimpntnl Pav. cago night club
chology" is a general exposition of compared to a is Tri-De-thing of beauty
mental functioning, such as may be gum In the Tavern.
disentangled irom the results hitherto obtained, with an appeal to exNot content with giving the fire
amples of definite ncenmnHshmpntc
The foreword thus sets the purpose men an eyeful of pyjama clad feminity or the carpenters who after
or tne book before the reader.
Dr. Miner, who is head of the ward fixed the roof two eyefulls of
psychology department nf the Uni negligee covered charm, one of the
versity, began work on the transla- Alpha Gam actives went a step farAs she and the
tion while in France on his leave of ther last week.
absence. He has made severni re. Ivory were having fun together in
the tub a crash announced a visitor.
search problems and published the
results in technical Journals. In It seems that one of the electricians
who was working in the attic above
1919 he published a book called "Deficiency in Delinquency; an Inter- had fallen through the plaster Into
pretation of Mental Testing." The the citadel of Alpha Gam cleanlipresent book, "Principles of Experi- ness. Might we point out to the
mental Psychology," has been pub- chapter that there are more delicate methods of securing a lover?
lished in England.
nal of Higher Education carried a
review of Dr. Paul L. Boynton's
study of "The Relationship Between
the Intelligence and Moral Judgment of College Students." At the
same time there appeared In the
new Quarterly Journal of Social
Psychology an extended research
made by Dr. James L. Graham. Both
Dr. Boynton and Dr. Graham are
professors In the department of psychology.
Dr. Boynton's research was carried
on here at the university. It was
first published In the "Contributions
to Education" at George Peabody
College for Teachers. It is a study
between moral Judgments and tested
Intelligence, showing that the student's maturity does not seem to affect his moral Judgment, but that
college men are apparently more
lenient in their Judgments, on the
average, than college women.
Dr. Graham's research Is a study
of the racial differences In response
of such highly selected groups of
negroes and whites as are found In
colleges. This work took several years.
He has not only measured the genModel
eral superiority of the white in tests
Be Given of higher intellectual processes, but
has discovered certain types of re
lational thinking In which his group
AnHi in will witness the inaugu
negroes made a relatively higher
ration of a model assembly of the of
sponsored record compared with the whites.
League of Nations to be
by the Political Science Forum of
the University. The meeting will be GRIDER TO DISCUSS PANAMA
held at 8 o'clock In Memorial Hall.
El Ateneo Castellano,
Centre College. AsburV College
Club of the University, will hold
and Kentucky Wesleyan will
Its regular meeting In the recreation
with the university department of Political Science at this room of Patterson hall, at 3 p. m.,
Tuesday, April 8. "Panama" will be
meeting by sending student
other reDresentatlves the general theme for discussion,
will be chosen from students of Po with a number of students taking
part on the program, James Allen
litical Science at the University.
Grlder, Jr., who lived in Panama for
Attractive programs nave Deen
this session by Miss Har eight years prior to his enrollment
riet Kerslake. Dr. A. W. Kelley will in the University, will present an
aid In the program by playing ine interesting feature on the working
national anthems of the various na of the Panama Canal.
tions in the League of Nations.
ALPHA GAM INSPECTOR HERE
The meeting was designed primarily for the International RelaMiss Julia Riser, official visiting
tions Club and the Political Science
Forum of the University. The ob- delegate of the Alpha Gamma Delta
ject Is to show the people how af- sorority, inspected the University
fairs of the League of Nations are chapter from March 30 to April 2.
conducted. The public Is invited to Miss Riser is from Birmingham.
Ala., and is a member of the Grand
attend this meeting.
Council of Alpha Gamma Delta.
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