STROLLERS TO GO
ON EASTERN TRIP
THE NAME OF KY.
WILL BE FIRST ON
from Pngo Ono)
from Pago Ono)
schools, Mr. Miller Holland, president
of tho university Alumni Club there,
and Mr. Lewis, arc the enthusiastic
backers of the Strollers in Owcns-bor-
Hobbs to the effect that the R. 0. T.
C. units of the United States would
bo given nn opportunity to assist In
the completion of the stadium, and
asked for twenty-fiv- e
cents from each
student in the Reserve Ofilccrs Training Corps.
Many of our merchants
April 22, "Fifty-Fifty- "
will be presented in Henderson under the auspices of tho Elks Club. ThtS play will
bo given at the Grand Theater, followed by a dance nt tho Elks Homo.
From Henderson the players go to
Bowling Green, where a record perMr. Preston
formance is expected.
Cherry, nn alumnus of tho university,
old Stroller, has mndo arrange
ments for tho presentation of the
play in Bowling Green, nnd tho Nor-mschool has also given its enthusi
Tho final presentation on the western trip will be mndo in Louisville
on April 24. An added feature of
the Louisville trip will bo that the
Strollers will have an opportunity
to give their performance before the
extend to you, in this
Colonel Hobbs, who spent four
years nt Fort Bcnning before coming
to the university, and who was in
charge of tho Kentucky subscriptions,
sent a telegram to officers at Fort
Bcnning stating that the local unit
had already made a 60 percent subscription, and would probably make
it 80 percent in a few days.
issue of The Kernel, a
Tho donations to this fund was
made through the various instructors
in tho Military department and approximately 700 students.
Tho following letter was received
by Col. Hobbs in reply to his tele-
gram announcing that Kentucky had
Benning, Ga., March 26.
"My dear Colonel Hobbs:
Read the Ads.
"Your splendid telegram received
yesterday. Your splendid unit was
the first to respond and I wish to as
sure you of our hearty appreciation
for the fine spirit of
given us by the University of Ken
tucky in this matter.
"Many thanks and with best wishes
Louis P. Wood."
LIGHT TAN CALF
AND BLACK COLT
Both Soft and Hard Toes
BAYNHAM SHOE CO.
After the completion of the western
trip, tho Strollers will present their
play in Lexington for ono night only,
but from present indications this will
bo tho biggest performance ever given
in the history of the organization
The season will close with perform
ances in one or two of the central
Kentucky cities, probably in Frank
fort and Cynthiana.
. Under the able management of the
present staff, of which Mr. James
Darnell is president, the year 1925
promises to be the most successful
ever played by the Strollers, and from
present indications, "Fifty-Fift- y
one of the greatest hits ever made
by the Strollers.
of the Commandant
K. E. A. Conference which will bo
in session in Louisville nt that time.
Mr. N. Gray Rochester, president
of the Louisville Alumni Club, with
Messrs. Leo Sandman, Ed Gregg, and
Dave Campbell, all Kentucky alumni,
will help put over the presentation.
"Headquarters of the Infantry School
Clothes For College Men
OMARTLY dressed men in the
style centers of the world know
there is no substitute for a Stetson.
Styled for young men
THE BEST VARIETY
WILL BE FOUND AT
for your Easter
R. S. Thorpe & Sons
Main at Mill
Of course Easter isn't the only day you want to
dress up you should be well dressed every day.
Braeburn Clothes will give you that
appearance they are made along the lines that college boys like in colorings that are the very newest.
J. D. MORRIS
High Class Shoe Repairing
BEST SEWED HALF SOLES $1.25
We have equipped the shop with special machinery
Kaufman Clothing Company
LEXINGTON'S BETTER STORE
for ladies work.
Goodyear and O'Sullivan
Rubber Heels 50c.
209 E. Main Street
W. C. Staaa
fok kalis ou
SPECIAL RENTAL RATES TO STUDENTS
L. C. Smith
225 . 227 WEST SHORT ST.
OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE