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the officers was the review which
'was held Monday afternoon nt 4:00
o'clock. Both of the inspectors said
that the review was the best they
had seen this year arid that they
were well pleased by the showing
made by the Kentucky cadets.
The review attracted quite a large
audience. Among those present
was General Duncan, retired army
officer of Lexington, who also
favorably on the unit.
Inspect R. 0. T. C.
Lnst Monday nnd Tuesday the
local R. O. T. C. unit was Inspected
by two national ofllcers, Lieutenant-Colone- ls
Wenthcrnl and Harris. The
Inspectors have made no definite
report but both of the officers commented very favorably upon the regiment ns a whole.
The main thing about the entire LAW SCHOOL WOMAN'S CLUB
Inspection which seemed to impress
HOLDS AFTERNOON SESSION
The Woman's Club of the Law
school, composed of wives of members of the faculty nnd mothers of
students, entertained with a reception from 3 to 5 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon, in the lounging room of
the Law building. The room was
attractively decorated with Ivy and
cut flowers and delightful refreshments were served to the sixty students and professors who were present for the affair. Mrs. Forrest
Black presided off hostess.
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May Day Committee
Banquet and Dance
Mortar Hoard Pledging and
Awarding of Sport Medals
Delta Sigma Pi, honorary commerce fraternity, held their initiation Friday afternoon, April 19. A
banqilct in honor of the new members was given following the ceremonies.
Prince, John Epps, Austin Grcsham,
Bob Holt, Wllford Valadc, Eugene
Roysc, Ben Staplctbn, S. W. Hcarne,
William Schumeyer, Marion Ross,
R. J. Edwards, and P. W. Berry.
The active members ore R. Adams, Rex Allison, E. H. Bishop, D.
C. Carpenter, V. T. Couch, David
Cllft, W, P. Crouch, W. C. Chris-ma- n,
Ben Davis, F. Dalton, Austin
Graves, W. F. Drake, J. E. Gates,
R. B. Goad, Lee Howard, Norman
Jordan, Preston Tuckett, Russel
Laughlin, Ryder McNeal, J. B.
Nichols, Wilgus Naughcr, P. W.
Ordway, Bob Rhode, F. Seaman, Ed
Carey Splccr, John
Tompkins, Walter Vest, Ralph
Woodall, J. H. Calloway and John
The faculty members are: Dr. E.
W. Wiest, Dr. W. W. Jennings, Prof.
C. Rouse, Prof. R. D. Haun, and
Prof. R. D. Mclntyrc.
May pay exercises will start next
Friday at 10 o'clock when seniors,
arrayed in their caps and gowns,
will form in front of the Administration Building and march to the
At the gymnasium
McVey Is to make a short
talk followed by the awarding of the
Sullivan prize to the senior boy and
girl who have contributed the most
to the University during their four-ye- ar
stay. The Sullivan prize is a
Planting of the senior tree by the
graduating class will follow
The Mortar Board,
senior women's honorary sorority,
will hold its annual pledging of out-- I
standing senior women. The morning's program will be concluded
when Mr. Potter will make the
The annual May Day parade will
form early in the afternoon and
with the floats will Journey thru the
streets of Lexington and back to
the campus where surrounded by
her attendants Miss Reed will
MAY ISSUE OF LETTERS
be crowned Queen of the 1929 May
HAS LITERARY ARRAY .Day.
MEN'S STUDENT COUNCIL
REVOKES SOCIAL PRIVILEGES
whose "A Window in Bow" appears
50c in this Issue of "Letters," is charAt a meeting of the Men's Student
acterized by a rare delicacy and Council held yesterday afternoon,
play of mind In the treatment of one man was suspended from the
material. For one who would get University on a charge of being ina concise, definitive understanding
toxicated at a dance held last Satof the Naturalistic Movement, the urday night. Another student was
article, "Zola's Theory of Natural-Ism- ," brought before, the council on the
by Prof. W. P. Gallaway of same charge and with his social
192 W. Short,
Bring 'em today - get 'em tomorrow the English department of the University, is recommended.
The translation, "A Greek Vaudeville Sketch," by Marion Mills Miller,
a New York editor and publisher,
Men who want
is worthy of commendation.
Alterations a Specialty
Miller has done more to make the
Greek Classics human to the modern reader than any recent trans
Joe Lee Davis, In his "Greatness
See page 131 in the May
In Our Contemporary Literature,"
writes in somewhat the vein of More
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and Browne. He take up an important problem in American literature and offers a solution which Is
very interesting. "Aristocrack," by
E. C. Litsey. is a picture of a Ken
tucky type that is rapidly passing
away. Jose Miguel Bejarano, a recent convocation speaker at the
University, gives a new view on litCOACHES - TOURINGS erature in his "Mexico and Its
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taste in the reviews, and real value
in the poetry. It has been said by
critics that the poetry in "Letters"
is better than the average college
All of the mechanical work on the
current issue of "Letters" was done
by The Kentucky Kernel. This is
the first issue under the management of The Kernel composing
privileges being revoked for the
semester, was placed on probation.
Two freshmen who had social
privileges removed by the council
about two weeks ago, attended another dance recently. Both men were
suspended from the University for
one week, at a meeting of the council last Tuesday, for their latest infringement on the council's rulings.
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The SuKy Circle recently
five new tennis rackets to the Uni-
versity tennis team. This is only
one of the numerous things which
SuKy is doing for the good of the
MARTHA REED CHOSEN
QUEEN OF THE MAY
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THETA SIGMA PHI INITIATES
Theta Sigma Phi, women's national
honorary Journalistic sorority, held
initiation services Wednesday afternoon at the Green Tree tea room.
Katherine McWllliams, a senior in
the College of Arts and Sciences,
and Maude Vanbuskirk, a Junior in
the College of Arts and Sciences,
.Every college man who is am- - were initiated.
for Theta Sigma Phi are high
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Wayman Thomasson has returned
to school after having been called
home by the death of his father,
Mojor ,M. H. Thomasson, who died
last week In the army hospital at
Memphis, Tcnn., after an illness of
Wayman was accompanied home by one of his fraternity brothers, Ross Morgan.
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commencement speaker at the 25th
annual convention of the Western
Stale Teachers' College at Kalamazoo, Mich., on June 1. His subject
has not been announced.
class, a Stroller eligible, and a1
member of the Y. W. C. A. and W.
A. C. Last year Miss Warwick was
secretary of the Junior class, a May
Queen attendant, and a R. O. T. C.
Miss Mary Armstrong, of Lexington, is a member of Delta Delta
Delta sorority, a sophomore in the
College of Arts and Sciences, a winner in' this year's "Kentuckian"
popularity and beauty contest. Miss
Armstrong was afR. O. T. C. battalion sponsor last year and enter3 Big Shows in One
ed the University from Necomb
College, New Orleans.
Miss Evelyn Ford is a member of
Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, a
sophomore in the College of Arts
and Sciences, vice president of the Himself With His Minstrel Boys
sophomore class, a member of the
W. A. C, a Stroller eligible, and a
member of the W. S. G. A. council.
Miss Lucy Davis, of Winchester,
is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, and a Junior in the
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