THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
FROSH SQUAD IS Youth Is Religious
Dr. Poling Declares
It was 2 a. m. He didn't take off
his shoes he didn't creep stealthily
up the stairs she wasn't waiting
for him on the landing with a forbidding expression on her face she
Professor George Ragland, Jr., of
didn't ask him if he knew what time the College of Law, has accepted a
It was no, he was a bachelor
position on the staff of the newly
created Institute for Legal Research
at the University of Michigan. He
Investigations In New
York City and other places regardoperation of the new rules
for discovery. Mr. Ragland, who
has been teaching procedure In the
College of Law for the past year,
will receive the degree of Doctor of
the Science of Jurisprudence at the
University of Michigan in June.
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The Kentucky Kitten baseball
squad is rapidly wearing off the
rough corners and soon will present
a team for fans Inspection. Coach
John Maucr has cut the squad once,
but still has 28 aspirants. He will
cut a few more off before the first
game of the season Friday, April
11, with the Deaf and Dumb School,
Krampt apartments rooms to let,
A twlrler named Ellis looks as
Oood tile bath and kitchenette;
though he might do most of the
Nice location can't be beat,
mound work for the frosh. He has
Delicatessen 'cross the street.
a nice delivery and "something" on
the ball, but he Is getting close competition from Wooten and Worth-ingto- n.
Lavln and Oilber have been going
great at the backstop position and
probably will have to toss a coin to
decide who gets the Job. The Infield,
Gaaraaty Baak BUHr
at present, looks like Rardln at the
Initial bag, Engle on the keystone
sack, Carey at short and Tucker at
the hot corner. Davis, Mltchel and
Shields have the edge in the fight
for the outfield positions.
The squad practice has been hamBring 'em today get 'en tomorrow pered by inclement weather and, for
the most part, has consisted In bat192 W. Short, Lexington
ting and fielding, with an occasional
practice game between two teams
picked from the squad. Therefore,
it will not be possible to pick a
starting team for some time, as all
have not been able to show their
wares to the best advantage.
The freshman squad includes Ber-tra- n,
Cain, Carney, Coffman, Ellis,
Engle, Davis, Dickson, Gilbert,
Hlnes, Hogge, Kaempffe Kirvin,
Lavln, Luther, Mltchel, McVey, RarSparks,
Shlelos, Tucker, Webb, Wooten,
Worthlngton, Wheeler and Isldor.
the Last Time
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Coach Maucr Having Trouble
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CUT T0 28 MEN
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Chicago Co-EAnxious to Marry
CHICAGO. If the grand, old Institution of marriage depended for
Its perpetuity on Northwestern University's many and beautiful co-eIt would be too bad, for their cry
is: "Who wants to live In an Institution?"
Some statistics of a vocational
survey of 400 senior girls at the
school by Dean of Women
Florence S. Robnett, looking at them
any angle, show little encourfrom
agement for marrying men.
Out of the 400 girls polled on
what they Intend to do after college
only 23 of them admitted they were
yearning for or planning marriage.
The rest wanted careers of varying
"But," said Helen Reed, one of the
seniors, who wants nothing more exciting than a happy marriage, "these
figures probably will be reversed ten
years from now. The girls have the
idea that they would submerge their
personality In marriage, but wait till
they find their man."
Teaching led in the choice of professions, more than a quarter of the
girls voting for that. Business was a
close second, voted by girls who are
fixing to be high-h- at
bank clerks and bond sellers. Four
of the girls plan on
diplomatic service after finishing
The detailed choices of the seniors
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Carlisle Schuermeyer led a very
discussion In the last
scheduled Y. M. and Y. W. C. A.
group meeting in Patterson hall
Monday night. The subject was
"Why Civilization Anyway?"
Bart Peak, secretary of the Y. M.
C. A., announced that "this last
scheduled discussion was so successful that those present decided to
have still another one." The meetings were to include only the Monday nights through March, but due
to the enthusiasm at the last meeting another is scheduled for next
Monday night In Patterson hall.
The meeting begins at 7:30 o'clock
and everyone Is invited to attend.
sandwich with which you arc not
acquainted than It docs to be a
Rev. Dr. Daniel A. Poling, minister, novelist, radio speaker, prohibition campaigner, leaned forward In
his chair In the Dcshlcr lobby,
propped his head on his hand and
talked energetically for 20 minutes.
"Youth Is Incurably religious. I
do not merely believe this, I know
It is true that modern young
people have revolted against the orthodox manner of expressing their
interest in things spiritual, but that
docs not change the truth of that
Shaking his index finger, his gray
blue eyes snapping, Dr. Poling said:
"The behaviorism that Is handed
out so freely to college young people falls In Its logic on at least two
In the first place, there
are some experiences that no one
will go through merely for the sake
of gaining experience. In the second place, behaviorism, In the very
nature of the theory, shuts men out
from valuable experiences."
Dr. Poling smiled as he added: "I
have sat down to table with the best
of these behavlorlsts.
never been able to answer these arguments. Although they are my
friends, I do not believe they are
Dr. Poling Is not only edltor-In-chlof the Christian Herald, author of three novels, radio speaker
and pastor of an exclusive New York
church, but he Is also a field worker
among the deck hands on the river
barges. Doing this work he got atmosphere for his book, "The Heretic."
"When the book, which was an
attack on the terrible conditions on
the New York water front, came out,
the president of a barge company
wrote me and said that Elmer Gantry was a piker compared to me. He
offered me $1,000 for my favorite
charity If I could prove one of my
"I was very sure of myself and
wrote back to ask him to raise the
nate to $5,000. He got scared, after
Investigating, and backed out of the
bargain." Ohio State Lantern.
connection with the Cornell roll call
and a dinner in honor of Jacob
Gould Schuerman, former ambassam:tmm:n::mm:mm:mmm dor to Germany and an alumnus of
With the formal opening of "ScarLexington members of the Cornell
let" Monday night and the varied
club present were Dean and Mrs.
assortment of motion pictures in
town It appears that the Rialto will Paul P. Boyd, Dr. and Mrs. "A. W.
Dlmock, Nicholas Gratz,
be well supplied with entertainment.
Whltchouse, Dr. and Mrs. McHargue,
Rogue Song" and "The Vagabond
King" Is Indeed Interesting. Both
plctares are great, although my
personal preference Is "The Rogne
Song." You can tabulate any
amount of figures in support of
either production and. In the end,
you will find they result In almost
Froni observaa balanced
tion of the houses It seems that
more people attended "The Golden
Calf" than either of the two
Buster Keaton's first talking picture, "Free and Easy" (MOM) will
open at the Ben All Sunday and it
is said to be a hilarious farce. The
picture is a satire on talking pictures and has, as its locale, the film
studios. Quite a number of screen
players appear In the picture, Including Anita Page, William Haines
and others. 'Free and Easy" Is recCRAWFORD
ommended In the face of the other
splendid comedies produced by the
frozen faced hero, Buster Keaton,
JOHN MACK BROWN
and I am confident you will enjoy
Eyes Drop Out If
Held by Tail?
Law Library Gets
Scientists say that certain musiDean Paul P. Boyd, of the Col- cal notes can prevent sleep. And we
lege of Arts and Sciences, was elect- might add that so can certain promed president of the Cornell club at issory notes.
a meeting of the club at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Schcrago,
at 234 McDowell
night. W. D. Nichols was elected
vice president and Mrs. Schcrago
secretary of the club.
The club meeting was held in
Thomas L. Riley
May I humbly remind you of
the Stroller production, "Scarlet,"
which opens Monday night at the
It is a clever
mystery designed purely for entertaining purposes. I hope you'll
Ruth Chatterton Is undoubtedly
one of the talking screen's most perfect actresses. Her latest picture,
"Sarah and Son" (Par), will open
Rpplnor Is hMtevlncr. for Everett L. I at the Kentucky tomorrow. I was
u preview ui una aiuoi,-itlo- n
Dakan of the department of poultry pernuiteu I can vouch for Its qualand
Tlnltnn Is n. trlnmnhant
and Son" was adapted
skeptic today. For years the good 'from "Sarah
novel of Tim
the best-selliOla aaage, taugm mm at nis moin- - othy Shea and tells a beautiful,
er's knee, so to speaK, oi "guinea though sometimes lacrymose, story
nine:' pots rirnn nut when thev are
of a mother's devotion. Miss Chatsuspended by their talis," has both terton Is practically the whole show
ered DaKan's scientmc mina.
although the supporting cast, headCould It really be true that the ed by Frederic March, Is excellent.
nlc's pvm fpll to the cround when This production will appeal particthe poor animal was swung by his ularly to women and It was directed
tall? Dakan thougnt not, duc nav-in- g by Dorothy Arzner. Hollywood's
no gulena pigs to experiment leading feminine director.
with, was unable to explode the old
the fate of
At last the skeptic found his
"Paris Bound" (Pathe) I mean.
old. old adaee.
to test the
This picture has been advertised
Fnreri with a flock, or a herd, or three times since last October and
whatever a gathering of guinea pigs has been thrown out each time by
Is called, uaican prepared 10 mane
a current picture holding over. I
the crucial test.
wonder If wc will ever be permit(Tiilnpa nlcs are so shvl Dakan
ted to see this production?
sacrificed much thought and pa
i "Montana Moon" (MGM), will
tience for tne cause oi science.
one of the little
open at the Strand Sunday, and is
last he seized
hv its extremities and nreDared the second talking picture of Joan
was Dakan's Crawford. Her first, "Untamed,"
to hoist It aloft. This
great moment. Now he would prove was a fair success. "Montana Moon"
to the world that the weasel eyes is said to be an Interesting story
of the guinea pig were as firmly of western nature with plenty of rofastened In its head as any other mance in which John Mack Brown,
the male lead, takes no small part.
But alas for the cause of science! The picture features, as they all do
A lac fnr T"n If fin's hODes. Alasl Alasl
these days, music and some of the
Guinea pigs have no tails! Ohio male choruses are reported to be
was during the making of this picSIGMA DELTA CHI
Joan Crawford sprained
both her ankles.
The Kentucky Chapter of Sigma
Delta Chi will hold its regular meeting on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock
in thP Journalism DeDartment. Ev
ery member must be present at this
meeting ana no one win oe excuseu
A. A. Bablitz Donates Law
under any consideration whatsoReporter Series Pubever.
M. LAUGHLIN, President.
lished in 1838
The weekly meeting of the Housemothers of the various halls and
sorority houses was postponed Monday, March 31, due to the absence
of the speaker, Dr. J. 8. Chambers,
who was called to Johns Hopkins
Hospital by the Illness of Mrs.
Chambers. No definite time has been
set for the meeting.
Dr. and Mrs. W. R, Allen, Professor
and Mrs. Sidney Robinson, Dr. J. T.
C. Noe and Mr. Munsford.
A. A. Bablitz, local attorney
an alumnus of the College of Law,
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are now out of print.
The Law Reporter, which was
published In Boston beginning In tntmmtimmmrmttrmiiimniimimiiiMiMnmmmmH
the year 1838, was issued In two series. The old series consisted of ten
and the new series consists
CONTRIBUTED BY DIZZY ONES volumes
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Her speakeasy prop, pop.: I guess new series. He also
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you John A. Van Dorky?"
The American Law Register was
asked the young man besides the merged Into the University of
Law Review, beginning with
SHORT ST., BETWEEN LIME AND UPPER
volume 48 and the law school hopes
"No," was the surprised reply.
"Well, I am," came the frosty re- to be able to find volumes 36 to 48,
Is his slicker you are having recently purchased volumes
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Teaching, 105; business, 75; art,
Interior decorating, etc., 29; marriage, 23; journalism, 22; social service, 22; personnel work, 17; music,
9; law school and diplomacy, 4; advertising, 4; geological research, 3.
The remaining few of the 400 seniors were undecided, too tired, or
too busy to choose a career.
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