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The Kentucky Kernel, April 22, 1921

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Best Copy Available - .11 K . The Kentucky Kernel as vol. XI. Scmi-Weck- LEXINGTON, KY., APRIL 22, 1921 ly S. I. A. OFFICIAL NOTICES RETURN I ANNUAL FROM TOUR OF INSPECTION Eighty Kentucky Men Attend Dinner Staurday In Chicago Hotel GUESTS OF ALUMNI Seniors and Dean Given Great Welcome Tho graduating class of tho College of Engineering returned Sunday eveannual inning from tho twenty-sixtspection trip to Chicago and vicinity. Tho week's activity was brought to a climax with a dinner Saturday evening In tho Great Northern Hotel given in honor of the seniors by the Alumni Friday, April 22. Meeting of Patterson Literary Gym Building, 7 p. m. meeting, President's ofCouncil fice, 3:45 p. m. Baseball game, University of Kentucky vs. Centro (College, Stoll Field, 3:45 p. m. Saturday, April 23. University of Kentucky participates in track moot at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Keys Thirteen dance, Armory, 8 TO CRAPEL Eighty men attended the dinner which was considered' the best over held there. Officers of tho club were elected for next year, plans were made for quarterly luncheons and monthly luncheons. The luncheons will bo in tho Marshall Field restaurant on tho third Monday of each month. Charles K. Dunn, '16 was elected president of the alumni club, C. S. Rollins, '15, vice president, and J. Rufus Watkins, '15 secretary-treasureIn addition to the following toasts (there was an elaborate entertainment program and short talks by a dozen "Greetalumni and ing," R. C. Bunter, '04; "Response," W. M. Baulch, '21; "Tho Kentucky Family," Dean F. Paul Anderson, and "The Alumni," Herbert Graham, '1G. Plans for the club announced by those attending the meeting Saturday evening are to make It tho leading organization of alumni outside Kenltucky. under-graduate- DOCTOR M'VEY SPEAKS On Monday Rev. H. D. Phillips, president of the S. I. A. A. and a member of the faculty of itho University of tho South, will ar rlvo In Lexington tomorrow night or Sunday morning and on Monday will address tho men students in chapel at MIAMI the fifth hour and the faculty in tho afternoon. Tho chapel hour" has been changed from Tuesday to Monday In order that the students may hear Rev. Phillips, and Monday fifth hour classes will be held at that hour on Tuesday. Rev. Phillips will be here In the interest of better and cleaner athletics in tho South. Rev. Phillips, when reelected presi dent of the S. I. A. A. at its last meet ing, took the office on the condition that the universities and colleges of the south would with him in ridding the Association of all professionalism. He feels that these conditions should be brought to the attention of the institutions in the Association and steps taken (to correct tho present situation. At the instance of the S. I. A. A. he is making a tour of the universities and colleges, advocating better and cleaner athletics. Ho is acquainting the administrative .bodies with conditions and is seeking their assistance in getting rid of ringers and professionals. Council especially, The Athletic urges the faculty and students to hear Rev. Phillips. On Sunday Rev. Phillips will bo entertained by the Athletic Council, and together they will discuss various athletic problems. Part of the day will be spent in visiting points of interest in the Blue Grass and a special visit to Man o' War. Dr. Funkhouser will entertain Rev. Phillips and the Council at dinner. The Bunch is Expecting to Win Regardless of Opposition They're off for Miami to bring home tho big end of tho score as they did last Saturday. The bunch at Oxford usually puts up a good fight in track. Last year they Last got the most points by three. fall when the Wildcats were up there they were training on the track for this spring and incidentally for this coming meet. Little is known of the Ohioans for it is quite early in the season for them. Buchhelt has been out all week and the members of tho team have been improving and brushing up the ragged edges which were not so perceptible even last week. Hayden has a leg, two of 'em in fact, that will be in condition and it is expected that he will be much better in the discus and javelin than at any time so far this season. Dorman is out of the high jump but "Fairless Dougbanks" Wilhelm can It is knock it off around understood that Miami has several good distance men and Porter will have to work if he expects to come in the initial place again this time. He will push them all though. Tho following men will, in all probability, make the) trip: Capt. Clare, Snyder, Wilhelm, Cameron, Clarke, Wilson, Boyd, Hollowell, Hayden and ONE THOUSAND Thornton, leaving this afternoon and returning Sunday morning. Coach STUDENTS TP George, tho boy who produces the championship teams, will chaperone the bunch. five-seve- AT K. E. A. "The American Educational Highway" Subject of Address at Louisville 'if. IT 'i' Dr. Frank L. McVey, in his address "The American Educational Highway" before the general meeting of the Kenat Association tucky Educational Louisville Thursday afternoon, said: "When I think of tho lanes and blind alleys that are to bo found In tho educational systems of other lands, I am impressed that what wo have in America is a great Educational Highway boldly planned. It is a great scheme of education for all of the people from primary to university. It is open to every aspiring youth who may toil along its way. "It required something like fifty years before tho public authorities' had decided that education might bo supported by taxation. Then came tho question as to whether such education might bo extended and carried Into secondary fields and this, (too, after a considerable period was added to tho plan. Tho completion of tho system through tho creation of tho State University was not begun until tho mlddlo of tho nineteenth centry and Is yet in process of making. peoplo, in tho "Thoj American buirdlng of their great Highway have boon confronted by obstacles. Despite tho fact that both schools and efficient teachors to teach in them aro necessary to a well administered and progressive community there hnvo been difficulties about financial support. Schools aro fundamental and must have a sufficient financial support." "Ignorance now stands In tho Highway and prevents its development. Continued on Page 3. NEXT Next Week's Chapel To Be Sunday, April 24. Meeting of Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A., Patterson Hall, G:30 p. m. 1 ADDRESS on F BE HERE Large Attendance Expected For Alumni Day, June 13 TIGERT MAKES TALK AT JOINT MEETING Speaks For tho benefit of tho shed hounds tho Wildcat-Colonecontest has been moved up ono day and will bo played this afternoon at 3:45 Instead of tomorrow. If'Bud Slomor's arm Is In good condition ho will got tho call today. INVADE STOLL l, "Success" at Patt Hall Sunday Night Professor John J. Tigert was tho speaker at the joint mooting of the Y. W. C. A. and the Y. M. iC. A. last Sunday evening at Patterson Hall. Among other things Professor Tigert said: "Tho time has passed when a man can make a success in anything without a thorough knowledge of that subject. Tho Germans gaYO tho best that knqwledgo is demonstration power. Tho greatest factor in Germany's strength Avas tho power of But bosides knowledge education. man must also have porsovoranco and a wiso direction of his energy and tho proper character. Thoso things all men must have to obtain succoss.'.' Tlio girls' choir gavo a special musical selection and Luclllo Yung-blutled tho meeting. h DANCE AT HIGH SCHOOL. Tho "Dirty Dozen" will give a danco Friday night at Senior High School. Many students of tho Unlvorslty aro invited and it will bo one of most delightful dances over given at) tho school. The advisory committee, appointed several days ago, to supervise arrangements for "Alumni Day," Juno 13 during commencement week at tho University of Kentucky, held Its first mooting Tuesday noon in the Phoenix Hotel and discussed plans for tho occasion. Tills committee is composed of Dosha Breckinridge James H. Combs, Richard C. Stoll, Henry T. Duncan and George H. Graves. The last named Professor was selected as chairman. tho representing Crehan, Enoch alumni, ws present at tho luncheon. No doflnlto plans woro adopted, but It was decided to appoint subcomvarious tho mittees representing alumni clubs, and classes of tho alumni, which will aid In perfecting tho plans for thai day. Ovor 1,000 graduates and formor students nro expected to attend, and It Is planned to have something doing from 8 a. m. to midnight. Danville Boys Are Undefeated So Far This Season GAME CALLED AT 3:45 HIT IN "THE AMAZONS" Coach Gill Has Shifted the Line-u- p Pinero Piece Given Before Enthusiastic and Critical Audience By Fred K. Augsburg. Sir Arthur Wing Pinero's "The'Ama-zons- " was presented dn Chapel last night by tho Pliilosophian Literary Society, under tho auspices of the Little Theatre, before an, enthusiastic and critical audience. The piece finds Pinero at his best and thei subtle humor dispensed last night by the playerfolk convulsed the audience wfth laughter. The burden of the comedy of the piece was carried on the shoulders of John Land and Jack Dahringer doing the parts of Galfred Earl of Tween-eway- s and Andre Count de Grival, respectively, Both scored heavily in the interpretation of their roles. Honors among the female contingent by of the cast were shared Margaret Harbison Lucy Smith and Henrietta Rogers as the three sisters Noeline, Wllhemlna and Thomasin. The amusing situations in which "The Amazons" are frequently entangled goes to make an enjoyable plot. Barrington, Fred Houston-Shaw'- s Viscount Litterly was extremely well done and ho never fails to make the most of all his excellent lines. Claribel Kay as Mariam, Marchioness of Castlejordan, who is well remembered for her work in former Stroller productions, did her usual stellar work in this difficult role. Lillian Dalton was well chosen for the role of Sergeant Shuter. Frank Wcdekemper In the part of the' Reverend Roger Minchin, was good at all times. Minor roles of the piece were well taken care of by Robert Bamber, Jack Swearingen and George Rouse. The staging was entirely adequate, considering the arrangement of the platform in ,Chapel. Tho costuming was ornate and correct to the minutest detail. The burden of directing "The Amazons" fell on Professor William Mike-seof the Little Theatre and the success of the pieco is largely attributed to his untiring efforts. The program given last night was the third bill of tho Little Theatre season, tho success of which has long since been assured. -- ll C. V.WATSON MADE NEW "Y" PRESIDENT Officers and Advisory Board For Next Year FIELD THIS AFTERNOON SPEAKS AT FIFTH HOUR h iClub. CENTRE COLONELS TODAY: 3:45 Rev. H. D. Phillips Visiting All Colleges in The Association to 12 p. m. TEAM OFF MAKE A, No. 33 Tuesday-Frida- y Elected Tho election of officers of tho Uni versity Y. M. C. A. was held at Patterson Hall last Thursday evening. President Gregory presided at tho meeting ami tho following officers woro elected: C. V. Watson, Brooks-villpresldont; F. M. Heath, Whltloy lOity, Burton Prowltt, Mt. Sterling, student secretary; and Georgo Baumgarten, Loulsvlllo, secretary. Judgo Lyman L. Chalkloy, Dr. Bonjamin J. Bush, Burton Prowltt, and mom-bor- s Gilbert Smith wero of tho advisory board, and E. R. Eustis and W. R. Hutchison woro Miss Sarah Blanding will attend tho elected to tho board. Tho now officers mooting of tho physical educators )f will bo Installed on May 1. tho middle west to bo hold in ClevePAY JUNIOR DUES. NOW land, April 21, 22 and 23. o Hostilities will bo resumed on Stoll Fiold this 3:45 afternoon) at With veterans in tho ranks side by side with recruits and untried material, Centre College will invade Lexington and attack tho Wildcat regiment. Having won all its previous battles this season the Danville hopes have vicious designs on the scalps of Coach Gill's men, but according to reports that leak out of headquarters the invaders will capture none of Captain Brown's men on land. An armistice was signed around 10 o'clock on tho night of March 3 after the basketeers of McMillan's army-hasuffered a decisive setback. Since then peace has almost been a certainty, but Centre is not satisfied with the terms offered and with now troops and increased hopes, they come to do battle today. A reorganized platoon will uphold the Blue and White banner on the field of operations today.. Coach Gill has forseen the necessity of. a change- Tho game with Michigan told Andy Gill the need of a rejuvenated squad and the Cincinnati game was a skirmish to test Wildcat mettle. Today will probablp find new faces In the line-uagainst our rivals. Paul Adkins of championship caliber has enlisted and was immediately promoted to the first squad. Who 'knows but what he might be seen in action g p GLEE CLUB GIVES EXCELLENT CONCERT Present Organization Equal To Any Ever On Campus Tho Men's Glee Club of tho University gavo a splendid and enjoyable concert in tho Chapel Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Tho club, which is composed of eighteen men .under tho direction of Professor Carl Lampert, have recently returned from a successful trip In tho Western part of the State. The University has never had in a similar organization so many young men of talent, musical ability and appreciation, and in addition to the gleo club numbers tho programs given included tho following special features: Violin solo by Prqfessor Carl Lamport; selections by tho University quartet composed of Auryi Bell, Jack Dahrlngor, Noal Sullivan and Crawford Anderson; an Hawaiian trio composed of Duorson, Fendloy, Jack Dahrlngor and Thomas Riley; bass solos by Craw, ford Anderson; nogro dlaloct by Robt. Clem; whisting solos by Robert Porter ;and selections by tho only saxophone sextet in tho stato which Is composed of iRothwoll Woodward, Jesso Hawkins, Earl Baughman Elbert Duorson Fendloy and Thomas Riley. Tho program for tho Wednesday evening concert follows: Key Star Spangled Bannor Our Old K. U. Medloy of Favorlto Songs --Targott Club . Continued on Page 2.