THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
Individuality, but not for Individualism.
"I'm convinced, that to let extraactivities take their
course unrecognized and undirected by the college Is unwise. Only
as educators recognize the value of
these activities and make them a
definite part of the whole educawill there be a satistional set-u- p
factory quality In these Interests.
"Let me give you another quoThe thirteenth annual artist con- - will be as follows,
tation from Melklejohn: 'A liberal
cert scries which will be held In
college In which the student activduring the coming season phony Orchestra (50 women) with ities arc simply reactions from
under the supervision of Anna Ethel Lcglnska, conductor, soloist. studies, ways of escape from the
Chandler Ooft, director of the Lex- -' Friday, November 7, 8:15 p, in.
dreary grind such an institution
2. Alfredo San-MalSpanish vlo-t- o is not a college at all."
lngton College of Music, will present
L'exlngton lovers of music one of llnlst. Tuesday, December 3, 8:15
'the most brilliant arrays of artists ip, 3,m.
Ignace Paderewski, Polish pi
that has been brought to this city
anlst Wednesday, January 8, 8:15
for many years.
Miss Gou has succeeded In ar- p. m.
4. Harold Krcutzbcrg and Yvonne
ranging this series so that patrons
of the scries may have their choice Georgi, Ocrman dancers. Friday,
of Ave, six, seven or eight concerts January 17, 815 p. m.
5. Frances Pcralto, dramatic prifor their scries as they desire. This
plan will no doubt appeal to all, as ma donna of Metropolitan Opera'
Company with Jessie Peters and
many have a diversified taste.
While the scries will be unusually Ralph Zlrklc,
Professor of Political Science
brilliant, Interest will be focused on January 27, 8:15 p. m.
Sails From Canada on
6. Rafaelo Diaz, leading tenor,
the return of the Incomparable
His Metropolitan Opera Company, with
Paderewski to this country.
Monpresentation will mark the highlight Robert Perutz, Polish pianist.
day, February 24, 8:15 p. m.
GOES UNDER AUSPICES
of the coming rrihslcal season.
Shattuck, American pi7.
OF RESEARCH COUNCIL
It has been two seasons since the anist.Arthur
Thursday, March C, 8:15 p.
was In the United States, m.
and four since he was In Lexington.
Plans to Study in England,
He spent a large part of last year
Asia; Returns to Univertouring Europe, giving many recit- phonic conductor). Thursday, ApPachk,
sity Next Fall
als for charity. The proceeds of his
ril 17, 8:15 p. m.
entire tour he turned over to MarIn the afternoon,
Dr. Amry Vandenbosch, profesFoch's charities, and In grati- evening appearance preceding the
of the Llebestude the French government be- lleder Quartette, a children's mati- sor of political science at the University, began a world's tour and a
stowed upon him its highest award, nee will
Sym- year's study under the auspices of
the Grand Cross of the Legion of phony Orchestra the Little
conducted by the Social Science Research CounHonor. He Is, by the way, one of
socil of New York when he sailed
the most decorated men in the Maurice de Pachk, with a violin
from Quebec, Canada, for Chero-bourworld, holding medals and impor- loist who as yet has not been
tant recognitions from practically
every important European country
His travels will take him down
as well as many honorary degrees
picturesque Rhine, through
from leading unlversitless in this
foggy London, and Into the myste- country.
rious East, where he will visit such
Paderewski made his first visit to
places as gay Bonbay and roman
the United States forty-eigtic Singapore. His studies will be
ago. His actual debut as a pianist
embodied in a treatise which he
occurred In 1887 in Vienna. In 1890
will probably write after returning
London hailed him as the great Student Expresses Individ to the University one year frbm
pianist of the age and the following
uality Through Activities: this fail.
year he took America by storm. He
While at the Hague and the Unl- Must Do Something Besides
has returned here frequently since,
of Leyden he will make a
Holdinir Seat Down
with the exception of the period
study Qf the
during which he represented Poland
SEATTLE, Wash.-"- The
as a statesman.
While the rest of the series is ex- students wants to do something
win iiiccL nui. v. vuiivuucu- pected to be unusually brilliant, the besldes the object that fills seat 7,
fame and known artistry of PadeE: wthi COlle,gC cJ,aSV0m'UanWedan Law whlch p'revalls In
rewski mark him as the leader of Z
Colonial Empire. At
press his Individuality," is the the Dutch will
the entire array.
examine the re- -i
Following are some comments by opinion of Herbert L. Seamons, ports of the investigation of co
new general secretary of the Uni- lonial problems. At London Dr.
Miss Goff concerning the series:
"I consider the thirteenth annual versity Y of the University of Vandenbosch will study the meth-- 1
artist series the greatest that we Washington.
ods of the British Colonial Schools
have ever presented.
colonial administr"With Mr. Paderewski, the great activities have arisen to fill some ate nnri nmrwnmmt
artist, statesman, patriot, probably need," he explains. "I can't agree
shnrtlv nftpr Npw' Vpfir's riv
the most beloved man in the world, with these people who sweepingly n- as the stellar attraction, the most condemn all activities. Objectlonal sellles for Bombay Indla. For flve
featutes sometimes arise, it is true. or six months he w, travel in the
famous woman's symphony
"The fraternity system for
tra of the world, directed by the
lnvestlgating and examining
most spectacular as well as one of ample, has been scored by many the land labor and economic m
but. for all its Ills it arose to meet cies governmental machinery, self-- a
the best directors of the world,
definite need for social fellow- - nvpPritT1pnt.
el Leglnska, the famous pianist, who
will also appear as soloist with her ship and It will probably continue defense poll
r--' orchestra, a quartette composed of until something better comes to movement for independence,
four great artists accompanied by a nil the purpose.
His traveis in the East wlll take
'Little Symphony Orchestra,' a pri"I heartily agree with Professor him through a great part of India,
ma donna soprano, a leading tenor Melklejohn of the University of Ceylon, Sumatria, Java, Celebes
Comof the Metropolitan Opera
when he says, 'We edu- - lands and probably Bornea. From
pany, another renowned American cators did notbring the students these he will journey to the
pianist, two great violinists, one
for the sake of 'activities, j lpplne islands, Japan and China,
Spanish, one Polish, two lovely new but from our bringing them to- - j and from thence home,
American artists in piano duos, and gether these activities followed." , Mrs. Vandenbosch, who has been
with all can be had a dance recital
"In the activities of the Y herei in Chicago this summer visitintr
given by two of the world's greatest we have a place in student interest ner lamuy, will accompany Dr.
dancers on their first American tour where the students are free to ex- Vandenbosch on his tour.
after sensational European success- - plore where their best iudement
es, the thirteenth annual artist ser- - dictates. Here is a good place for
Blue: "Looks like a pretty old car
les promises to be a record-breakthe students to learn how to- - col-i- n you've got there."
untarily carry on sustained coop- Black: "Yes: my dauehter's been
ine personnel or the entire series eratlve work mere is a place ror driving It two weeks now."
Thirteenth Annual Artist
Concert Series to Bring
Paderewski to Lexington
Theater Guild Will
Present Plays in 10
The Theater Guild Is expanding
from Its original confines of New
York City and the Guild will spon-
sor subscription seasons in 10 cities
next year, including the new members of Cincinnati, Washington, St.
Louis and Detroit.
The dramatic organization ran
successful seasons in Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Pitts
burgh and Baltimore, as well as in "Wings Over Europe;" "Major BarNew York this year, the plays be- bara" and "Pygmalion," both by
ing presented under the subscrip- George
"Strange Interlude," which will be
played by two companies the one
The Theater Guild has stood for)
already touring In the O'Neill
belter drama and each season has drama and the one which Is still
found Itself growing with larger playing In New York.
audiences In attendance.. It was the
mother of the little theater movement In America,
The plays to be sent on tour In
will Include "Caprice," the
comedy In which Alfred
Lunt and Lynn Fontannc arc curTARRYTOWN, N. Y.
rently engaged In New York and In Junior College and School for Girls
which they will be seen on the road, has announced a now course In av
Course In Aviation
iation, Including ground aviation, a
course for flying for a pilot's license
and a commercial license course.
The work will be under the direction of Professor Spaullng, director
of the Curtlss Ground School, and
will meet the requirements of the
U. S. Department of Commerce.
This Is not the first time that
has launched a
course In a field formerly regarded
as one solely for men. Some years
ago a course In Journalism, was instituted and the students at the college were allowed to work on assignments on the local newspaper,
the Dally News.
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