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Image 11 of The Kentucky Kernel, September 25, 1925

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KENTUCKY GIVE STANDINGS OF FRATERNITIES KERNEL GRAVES, COX and CO. Delta Tnu Delta HeiuLs List in Scholastic Record of Men's Societies for Last Somes-teWin Cup Again (Incorporated) n; COLLEGE MEN! Phi Delts Drop Back Delta Tnu Dcltn Id nil the men's f rntcrnlties in scholarship for the last semester, according to the report of standings of fraternities just issued by the denn of men. In winning th!s honor. Deltn Tnu Delta jumped from seventh to first place nnd for the fourth time won the scholnrship cup given by the University Y. M. C. A. ench semester to the fraternity mak ing the highest average standing for that semester. Many interesting comparisons are to be found in n comparison of the relative standings of the fraternities for the two semesters. In the first semester Phi Delta Thtta won the cup with a standing of 1.52 while Delta Tau was seventh with 1.45. This last semester Delta Tnu Delta made 1.69 in gaining first place nnd Thcta fell to twelfth with 1.31. Chi Sigma Alpha was second both semesters with 1.48 the first se mester and 1.G2 the second. Among th fraternities Sigma Nu won second place the first semes ter while in the second semester Alpha Tau Omega was the runner-up- . We extend to you a hearty welcome and are mighty glad to have you frith us Make this store your headquarters while Fancy PULL-OVE- R SWEATERS Every design here. u n d color imaginable is included n and buttondown collar .75 $1.95 to $3 DOBBS HATS and Styled for the college man. lisle fancy hose are just The shapes and shades are the thing for early fall Plaids, checks, at- tached. FANCY HOSE Light weight wool broad- Made with loose fords. 5 English all colors light weight flannel in striped patterns and white ox- knock out. Avear. COLLAR ATTACHED SHIRTS cloth in in sweaters. Every one is : Genuine our stock of fancy slipover ic Y. M. C. A. Offers Silver Cup Every semester the Y. M. C. A. offers a silver cup to the fraternity making the highest standing for that session. The fraternity first winning this cup for four successive terms or for six semesters is awarded the cup permanently. After the inaugura tion of the custom Delta Tau Delta won the cup for three successive se mesters, losing it to Alpha Gamma Epsilon who also held it for three semesters. Phi Delta Theta has one leg on the cup and by winning last semester Delta Tau has gained an other semester giving it four legs on, the trophy. The relative standings of the fraternities for the second semester are as follows: : Standing Fraternity 1. Deta Tau Delta 1.69 2. Chi Sigma Alpha 1.62 3. Alpha Gamma Eho 1.51 4. Alpha Tau Omega 1.49 ;. 6. Triangle 1.46 6. Sigma Beta Xi 1.42 7. Pi Kappa Alpha 1.36 8. Kappa Alpha ., 1.35 9. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1.439 1.341 10. Alpha Gamma Epsilon 11. Delta Chi ..1.32 12. Phi Delta Theta 1.316 1.314 13. Sigma Chi .'. 14. Alpha Sigma Phi 1.30 1.30 14. Alpha Sigmsfe Phi 15. Kappa Sigma 1.24 1.23 16. Sigma Nu 17. Phi Kappa Tau ..1.18 The report issued by the dean of men shows that 429 or 32.2 per cent of the men students of the university are members of social fraternities. The scholastic report for the wom en's fraternities has not been completed as yet but it will be published in the near future. PAGE ELEVEN in harmony with the new fall clothes. Curl and snap fig- ures and stripes in, a riot brim styles in shades of of colors. brown, gray and sea foam. 75c, $1 $8 Others $5-- $6 GRADUATE ENDS LIFE BY HANGING I Dr. Thomas Brent Moore, Formerly of Lexingon and Stu-- n dent at U. K., Dies in Oklahoma Left Here in 1901 The body of a man found hanging by a wire from a bridge near Norman, Okla., early Monday morning, September 21, was identified as that of Thomas Brent Moore, associate professor of economics at the University of Oklahoma and a graduate of the University of Kentucky. The identification was made by Dr. A. B. Adams, a member of the University of Oklahoma faculty. Doctor Moore, who was 48 years old, went to Norman, the seat of the University of Oklahoma, last Monday from his home in Sumpter, S. C. He was unmarried. Doctor Moore was the son of the late Charles C. Moore, of Lexington, who became famous as tho editor of Tho Blue Grass Blade; a paper published here for a number of years. Thomas Brent Moore was reared hero and lived with his father on tho Rus-sCave pike until 1901 when ho was graduated from tho University of Kentucky. He received an A. B. degree from the university hero and then went to Columbia University in New York, whero he received his doctor's degree. Ho is remembered by tho instructors of the University of Kentucky as an exceptionally bright student. He is well remembered here where he has u number of distant relatives and many friends. Leland Mooro, brother of the dead man, arrive here from Sumpter, S. C, Monday night to be with his mother who watt awaiting the arrivul of Funeral the body frm Oklahoma. services were held ut the grave in the Lexington cometery Thursday, according to Mr. Charles Stevenson, of Lexington, whom Mrs, Moore visited el 1 TWO TROUSER COLLEGE SUITS $ COLLEGE STRIPED NECKWEAR Our neckwear department specializes iu the collego man's neckwear. Tho patterns and colors are 'just right and you'll want more than one when you see our selection which is most complete. $1 $1.50 Bat Ties $1 35 This Price Includes Both Pair of Trousers Good looking fabrics and patterns tailored in the most approved styles of the season in single and double-breaste- d models. Why not know the economy of one college suits? of these two-trous- er Fashion Park Suits Royal JPark suits for the well dressed college man, shown in fabrics carefully chosen to give generous values at tluvc prices. Tailored in the college shops at Fashion Park. $50 "P GRACO COLLEGE OXFORDS The styles especially suited for full wear. Tan and black grain leathers make these rugged appear- ing foot dress just what every college man likes and there's plenty of serv- ice built in them, too. $7.50 GRAVES, COX and CO Tncorporutcd) The College Men's Store WSVtlVlf I nfci-fl,,, iMlftful Hilt ' f