THE KENTUCKY KERNEL.
MISS PIGGOTT IS
DISCOVERY OF ERROR
Y. W. C. A. SPEAKER
RAISES TEAM'S SCORE
Miss Eliza PJggott spoke Sunday
night at tho regular meeting of tho
Y. W. C. A. at Patterson Hall, her subject being "Tho Unruly Member."
Miss Piggott showed In her talk that
the tongue was tho unruly member
and that blessings and curses might
PATT HALL PERSONALS proceed from this same tongue. Tho
talk was, according to tho many who
Miss Anita Crabbo spent the week- heard it, one of tho best of the year.
end at her homo in Louisville. On
Next Sunday night tho Y. W. C. A.
Tuesday she went to Eminence to at- meets with tho Y. M. C. A. in chapel
tend tho wedding of her sister, MIbs to hear Dr. W. A. Ganfleld, president
of Ccntro College, and good Christmas
Miss Mary Hamilton will spend the music is expected. It is hoped that
weok-enIn Georgetown as tho guest every girl will be present for tho talk
will doubly repay all present.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wilcox, of Louisville, visited Misses Hannah and
WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS.
Katherino Weakley at the Hall Sunday,
The Woman's Club of tho Univer
Miss Maud Asbury will be the sity
held Its regular monthly meeting
guest of her brother, Mr. C. F. Aslast Friday afternoon at the home of
bury, on the Winchester Pike, for the
Mrs. Thompson Bryant, on Clay Aveweek-end- .
nue, with Mrs. Bryant, Mrs. Henry
Misses Willio Lee Clark and Eunice
Curtis and Mrs. C. S. Porter as hos
Katherino Shouse were the guests of
The house "vas attractively
Miss Marie Collins Saturday.
decorated with plants and flowers.
Miss Juliet Lee Risque, of Midway,
The guests were Mrs. M. L. Pence,
went home for the week-end- .
Mrs. W. T. Lafferty, Mrs. C. J. Nor
Miss Susanne Beltz spent the weekwood, Mrs. L. K. Frankel, Mrs. T. T.
end at her home in Paris.
Jones, Mrs. L. A. Brown, Mrs. W. S.
Miss Louise Janes, who broke her
Webb, Mrs. J. J. Curtis, Mrs. F. P.
arm by a fall on the slippery paveAnderson, Mrs. W. S. Anderson, Mrs.
ments Saturday, is able to be out
C. W. Mathews, Mrs. S. B. Averitt,
Mrs. Edward Tuthill, Mrs. A. C. Zem- Dr. B. Cornelison, of Louisville, visbrod, Mrs. E. F. Farquhar, Mrs. E. S.
ited his granddaughter, Miss Helen
Goode, Mrs. Carolyn Wallis, Mrs. W.
D. Watts, Mrs. J. R. Bush, Mrs. J. Mor
ton Davis, Mrs. Hywell Davies, Mrs.
IN HONOR OF MISS GILLIS.
F. E. Tuttle, Mrs. MoFarland, Mrs.
Olney, Mrs. D. J. Healey, Mrs. George
Miss Inez Gillis, a charming bride-elec- Roberts.
was guest of honor when Mrs.
Alfred Zcmbrod entertained Saturday
with an afternoon tea for the memGIVE BANQUET TONIGHT.
bers and patronesses of Alpha Gamma
Delta fraternity, of which Miss Gillis
is a member., Christmas colors preUniversity will hold their annual ban
vailed everywhere in the decorations.
quet this evening at the Phoenix HoThe hostess was assisted by her niece,
tel. The loving cup offered to the
Miss Clara Belle Walton, and by
sorority standing highest in scholarMisses Marie Barkley, Clara
will be pre
ship for the year 1915-1and Pearl Bastin. The piano
sented on this occasion and toasts will
selections played by Miss Katherine
be given. Miss Lillian Gaines, presi
Wiley, an accomplished musician,
were an enjoyable feature of the
U. K. Stock Judges Were
Not Fifteenth in
RANKIN FINISHES 8TH
Tho team representing Kentucky in
at the recent International Livestock
Show at Chicago stood ahead of some
of the leading Institutions of tho country, according to Professor E. S. Good,
who had charge of tho team. Kentucky stood soventh In tho contest
with fifteen colleges, an error found
In tho addition of tho score of one of
tho Kentucky men on tho rings of
beef cattlo giving tho team a much
higher rating In cattlo than was at
Of tho men on the Kentucky team
R. B. Rankin made the largest total
score, and stood eighth out of eighty
competitors from all tho institutions.
Curtis Park, Jr., was the highest man
of the Kentucky team on beef cattle,
with a score of 221 out of a possible
250. W. D. Sutton was second in the
beef cattle with a score of 220. T. C.
McCown led the Kentucky men in the
judging of hogs, while J. T. Camp
bell received the highest score in the
judging of sheep.
In judging sheep, Kentucky led the
lowest team by 183 points and ranked
third of all the teams.
score received by the Kentucky men
on horses was 893 points, on beef cattlo 1,045 points, on sheep 241 points
and on hogs, 719 points. All the Kentucky men did well on tho breeding
classes of cattlo, but did not do so
well on the fat classes on account of
not having nny representatives of
thoso classes to do preliminary work
with before going to tho show.
Tho Kentucky mon are well pleased
with tho showing they made In competition with teams from institutions
with largo appropriations which afford them many specimens of tho different kinds of livestock to work
with in preparing for tho contests.
HUGHES SCHOOL OF DANCING
UNIVERSITY CLASSES- - Tuesday, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
OUR FRATERNITY CHRISTMAS
The Caskey Jewelry Co.
We make a Specialty
"Good Book Week" was observed by
the Library Club last week in a reg
ular meeting, held on Wednesday in
tho club rooms at the Library. The
program was devoted to a discussion
of good books.
Miss Vivian De Lalne, the president,
was in charge of the meeting. Miss
Grace Snodgrass spoke on "Best Fic
tion," and Miss Marie Beckor on "The
Immorality of Books."
Tho "Good Book Week" movement
was started by the Library Commis
slon of the Boy Scouts, and was ob
served in all the libraries of the coun
try December 4 to 9.
Reel Foot Lake Fish and Frogs
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING LIST
Pennants 30c to $1.50
Banner? $2.50 up.
Pillow Tops $1.50 up.
Seal Pins 50c.
Dr. J. H. Healey, of the Experiment
Station, will address the Home Economics Club at its regular meeting
Thursday afternoon in the Education
Alpha Gamma Delta fraternity announces the pledging of Miss Eliza
beth Card, of Pinevllle.
T. C. Noe.
FIRST CLASS CAFE
For Ladies and Gentsl
Live Lobsters, CrabMeat and
HEALEY WILL SPEAK
BEFORE HOME ECS.
106 W. Main Street
Mrs Hughes, Member of American National Association Masters of Dancing1
DELIVERY TO SUIT YOU
to tho students as the entertalalng
sporting writer on the staf of the
Korncl, and ho has dono other writing
or various klnda, mostly in a humorous vein.
Novelties are Varied and Complete
Crest Mountings, Monogram
Mrs. Zembrod's guests were Misses
Inez Gillis, Marie Barkley, Katherine
Wiley, Mary Hamilton, Mary Gray
Ashbrook, Lillian Haydon, Clara Whit
worth, Anna Laura Rodes, Laura Lee
Jamison, Pauline Irvin, Aileen Kavanaugh, Mae Stevens, Martha Varnon,
Bobbie Lair, Ada Hardesty, Myrtle
Rose Smith, Ruth Cardwell, Mary
Beall, Kate Pence, Henrietta Jackson,
Pearl Bastin, Mrs. William H. Town-sendMrs. L. L. Dantzler, Mrs. O. F,
Floyd, Mrs. Ezra Gillis, Mrs. George
Roberts, Mrs. (M. L. Pence and Mrs
during tho last few weeks; Mr. Maye
has written both short storlea and.
poems. Mr. Underwood Is best knowa
The Canterbury Club bases its Membership on original literary work, ani
Is designed to encourage and develop'
any talent of thla sort among the students. Tho patron saint of tho organisation is that prince of story tellers, Dan Chaucer, and the motto or
CANTERBURIANS TAKE tho club is "To being the poet's a
IN 3 NEW MEMBERS
tion of Imagination, necessary in all
The Canterbury Club added to Its literary work.
number threo now pilgrims Thursday
Only two men were taken Into this
night, Initiation ceremonies being held organization last year and only one
at the club rooms in the Education the year before. The present memBuilding. Tho new men who started bership is Professor J. T. C. Noe, Proon their way from the Tabard Inn to fessor
E. F. Farquhar,
the shrine of Thomas A. Becket are Charles P. Weaver, Franklin Corn,
R. F. Richey, F. O. Mayes and Thom- Herbert Graham, William Shinnlck,
as Underwood. Mr. Richey is the John R. Marsh, and the three men
author of a number of poems, some who were taken in last week.
of which have appeared In the
MATH. DEPT. OFFERS
TWO NEW COURSES
The Department of Mathematics of
fers for the second semester a three
hour course in the history and peda
gogy of mathematics, open to students
who have had Freshman mathemat
ics. Those who would like to take
Buch a course are requested to hand
their names to Professor Boyd. Un
less at least eight elect it, the course
will not be scheduled.
A course in practical astronomy will
also be given next semester provided
a sufficient number of students de
sire such a course. All those inter
ested are requested to see Professor
In Sterling Ensmeled
FRAT " PIN and
Hat Pins $U0
University of Kentucky Paper 50c box
Memory Books $2.00
Kodak Books 50c up.
Book Ends $J50.
Fratern ty Placks $1.50.
One Box of Crane's paper, containing one quire of cards,
paper and envelopes with monogram die $5.00.
Christmas Cards, Books and Novelties now on display.
University Book Store
J. F. BATTAILE, '08, Mgr.
STAR self Flume FOUNTAIN PEN
Opp the Phoenix
STAGG, Your Druggist
to Bill Oldham's
For yo r Eats and Lunches
Open ' ay and night.
me and Winslow Sts.
Give us a trial,
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