THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Friday. Sept. 20 College
Alpha Gamma Epsllon Fraternity
wishes to announce the pledging of
the following men: Ralph Vannoy
of Mndtsonvlllc. Burton Aldrlch of
Denton, Earl Sergcncr of Harlan,
William Luther of Harlan, Aubrey
"Wells of Ashland, Joe Gattln of Ashland, Elwood Barber of Ashland,
Ocorgc Farrls of Irvine, J. C.
Thompson of Lexington. Stewart
Barney of Lexington. W. T. Bond of
Cancysville and James Buttcrmore
PI Kappa Alpha Fraternity
to announce the pledging of the
mpiv Nnrmnn Tate of Som
erset, Albert Kopcnhocfcr of Som- crsc, David Tlbuais 01 somerset,
John C. Bclotc of May field, Wayne
Clark of Mayflcld, Julian Maddox
of Mayfleld, Marlon Longmcycr of
Frankfort, James jonnsion 01
James Shaw of Cartcrsvlllc,
Ga., George Hawkins David Mulligan of Paducah, Richard Nclscr of
Newport, Harry Walt of Burnslde,
James McRoberts of East St. Louis,
Illinois, John Ewlng, Jr., of Prospect, Harry Bush of Great Onxy
Cave, William Core, Jr., of Nashville Tennessee, James Frankcl of
Lexington. Frank Goggln of Danville, John Penn of Georgetown,
Clyde Miller of Vine Grove and
Clarence Yeagcr of Miacusooro,
niirmn Ainim Ensllon fraternity
fraternity wishes to announce the
pledging of the follwlng men; Malcolm Roysc of Winchester, William
number or Henderson, jbck wnnn
nf Pf.. Tlimnns. Charles Russell of
Ashland. Jack Strothcr of Grayson,
Horace Helm of Henderson, iiaroia
Martin of Harlcn, Bcntly Sampson
of Harlan, Charles Mason, of Lexington, James Lyno of Russcllvllle,
Thomas Warren or Russcuvnc, sum-u- cl
Parrent of Frankfort, and Rucl
Laymorc of Ellzabethdown.
Kappa Sigma wishes to announce
the pledging of the following men:
James Regan, Jean Hlnman, John
Fryc, Leo Rosa, Michael Murphy,
of Louisville; William Austin of
Ashland; H. H. Morris of Carroll-toCharlton Wallace of Long Island, New York; Mclvln Moore of
Evansvlllc, Ind.; Gllllsplc Harnell of
Racine, Wisconsin; Robert Ship of
Phlllpsburg, New Jersey; George
Cess and James Salyers of Lexington.
Plil Delta Thcta wishes to an- iiniinrf thn nlodclnc of the follow
ing men: Jim Cromwell of Cynthl- ana, Ed McDowell or New Yorn
City, Leo Brocckncr of Louisville,
nillv Huhble of Carml. Illinois. Al
bert Jones of Ashland, Jim Murray
of Huntington, west Virginia, joe
Ferguson or wayne, west Virginia,
Sauferly Hughes of Lancaster, Jack
Winfrey of Hopkinsville, Wlnfred
Ardery of Paris and Robert Phillipl
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By SCOTT KEVES
Magazines In retrospect
Forum, although continuing to
print high class material, is paying
the piper, paying the price for its
hundred thousasnd circulation; and,
In a lesser degree, so is the Golden
But I like the renovated
North American Review a little better. Scrlbncrs Impresses me as being
the high brow's Liberty; and Plain
Talk gets the froth and foam of
Harper's, though, prints
solid stuff. And so do the old stand-Iby- s,
the Nation nnd the New Re
public. Even they splash nrouna
quite a bit, and get taken In
as, for Instance, the
New Rcpubllc'ss recent article on
Rudy aVllec. (By the way, what has
become of him?) They shauld both
dig in on this Shearer question,
though, and because of recent occurrences, they should have something to say about these Southern
textile mills. I wonder what their
rmlnlnns nn 'Rrlfmd'S United StatCS
of Europe plan will be; and I should
like to compare it witn tne opinion
of these the Army and Navy Journal, a good magazine, the Rotarian,
and the official organ of the American Legion.
A most significant and satisfying
move is that of Century rather
than pay the price of competition,
If you please, the price of Simon
and Schusterism, it has become a
quarterly. This is most commendable, as was that magazine before it
rfprlrfprf siinh a st,rn was necessarv.
Here is something highly pleasing
a magazine, wnicn nas receaea
somewhat into the shadows to maintain a standard of being, rather
than to emerge into the open with
a system of appearance. Speaking of
the Dial has been
absorbed into them. And despite the
Miss Diana Brownfleld, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Brownfleld,
of Covington, and Leroy Smith, of
Lexington, were married Wednesday,
September 11, at the First Presbyterian church. Dr. H. H. Pltzer officiated.
The bride was a Freshman in the
College of Arts and Sciences at the
University last year and has many
friends in Lexington.
Smith's orchestra furnished the
was a Sophomore in the College of music for the occasion, and at inEngineering.
termission delicious refreshments
The couple will make their home were served.
The chaperones were: Mrs. R. L.
Dr. and Mrs.
Slade, house-mothe- r,
E. Cronley Elliott and Miss Marjorle
Over seventy-fiv- e
Mr. Gordon Bayless, of Miami,
Fla., is visiting at the Sigma Alpha present.
A BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
Mr. Donald McWaln, of the Courier-Journal,
is a visitor at the Delta ROOM: next to bath, furnace heat,
private home, meals if desired. 211
Tau Delta house.
Mr. Lawton Dalley, of Covington, Waller Ave., Ashland 6714-Louis McDonald and Maxwell Boales
The sigma chapter of Alpha Sig
of Miami, Fla., are visitors of the
ma Phi wishes to announce the
Delta Tau Delta fraternity.
Messrs. Charles Osten, of Ash- pledging of the following men, Her'
land, and W. S. Morgan, of Eliza -- shell Cave, Mt. Vernon, 111.; William
bethtown, are visiting at the Phi Barton, Dayton,
Sigma Kappa house.
Squires, Falrmount, W. Va.: Cecil
Urbanick, Falrmount, W. Va.; Ed-- t
win Tracy, Lexington; Joe SaunJ
dwfi Lexington; Frank MarrpBowL
Mr? George Hiffner has
again in' the University of Kentucky ingjbn; George Stewart, Cynthiana;
after spending last year in the Uni- anq Asa uooawin uazara.
versity of Louisville.
Mr. James Ewing, of Louisville, is
a visitor at the Pi Kappa Alpha
house this week.
Visitors at the Delta Zeta house
this week are Miss Alma Crowder
of Beaver Dam, Ky., and Miss
Dlckerson of Covington, Ky.
First Lieutenant J. L. Keasler has
returned to Lexington from Fort
Mr. Enoch Grehan, instructor in
Journalism, has returned to Lexington from a year's stay in Pasadena,
Miss Margaret McLaughlin, of the
Journalism department, arrived in
Lexington about the last of August
after a summer in Paris, France.
Mr. Blaine Schick, of the Romance language department, has returned from a trip abroad.
Dean Paul P. Boyd and family
spent the summer in Beulab, Mich.
fact that it occasionally ran to the
grotesque, its place remains unfilled, and we notice the want.
For literary atmosphere, for an atmosphere that smacks of intelligence, of mustlncss, pondcrousness,
and rationalistic I like the Londan
Mercury. Also, for poetry, the magazine Poetry. But poetry is best taken
in larger doses from the authors
themselves from books. Magazine
poetry of the present is Impotent
A couple or so of magazines remain. What shall wo say of the
American Mercury? It has been so
engrossed In making the drum go
"Boom, boom, boom boom boom"
that It has not made any change.
And the Atlantic Monthly, from
Olympus it looks down upon a life
well spent, and refuses to participate in this hurry scurry. And this
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on display, lain open for study, Uian
In the University of Kentucky. Colleges arc supposedly institutions of
rationalism, and so it is all the more
Interesting to note in them the feeble efforts at rationalism, and what
reception they get.
This column is an experiment in
developing some sort of rationalism
in one who has been a victim of a
delayed mental pubescence, and who
has hopes of putting that rationalism Into action.
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Drive Out to
MRS. KIRBY'S "GOODIE SHOP"
For Your Drinks and Snntlwichcs
A Nice Quiet Place to Lunch
I have not mentioned College
Humor. Does it need mention? This
publication, or this thing leave it
to Its fate of perusal by, or serving
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James Ewlng of Louisville and 'Richard Elliott of Nashville, "alumni of the University, entertained with
jj Monday evening an the Green dance
tern in honor of the actives and
guests of the Pi Kappa Alpha
KIRBY'S "GOODIE SHOP"
of college children. As for its editors, I hope that our governor will
soon appoint them Kentucky Colonels, or Admirals, or at least make
them honorary members of the text
Rationalism vs. Rationalism
Rationalism is not as offensive a
word as liberalism; hence the title.
In that title there is the root of all
"Births of Tragedy," whether tepecu-latior real. Nowhere is this more
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