Tuesday, Aprli 28,
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Tuesday, April 28:
Baseball game with JVanderbllt
Art exhibit continued.
They broke on your silken hair
Y. M. C. A. Installation of offiLike childhood bubbles.
cers, 7:15 p. m.
school faculty luncheon,
your sombre blue eyes;
12:20 p. m., University Commons.
Relinquished a smile
SuKy meeting, 5 p. m., men's
That said you understood that
The circles of smoke
University of Kentucky Woman's
Were kisses of high tow'ring
club, University Training school, 3
Castles of dreams now broken.
Mr. Edward Ranncll's lecture, Art
Center, 7:30 p. m.
Graduate Club Banquet
Wednesday, April 29:
The Graduate Club Banquet will
Baseball game with Alabama,
be held April 29 at 0:30 o'clock in Tuscaloosa.
the ball room of the Phoenix hoteL
President and Mrs. Frank L.
Dr. James A. James, dean of the
afternoon tea, 4 o'clock, MaxOraduatc School at Northwestern well Place.
University, will be the speaker, and
Y. W. C. A. freshman cabinet
his subject will be "Fundamental meeting, 7 p. m., reading room of
Golf match, Athens, there.
Out of town visitors at the Alpha Thursday, April 30:
bamma Rho dance were: Mr. Troll Mississippi Valley Historical AsYoung, Bardstown; Mr. and Mrs. sociation begins 24th annual conMr. Leon vention, all day, campus and
Reynolds Bell, Paris;
Todd, Lafayette, Ind.; Mr. Harry Training school.
Y. M. C. A. dormitory meeting,
Smith, Campbellsville; Mr. J. L.
Qulsenbcrry, Winchester; Mr. Joe 7 p. m., Bradley hall.
Twilight band concert, 7:15 p. m.,
Thompson, Owlngsyille, J(and Mr.
amphitheater of Memorial building.
Joseph Terry, Frankfort.
Sigma Upsilon meeting, 8 p. m.,
Colony Book Shop.
Kappa Alpha Theta lunchjeon,
Friday, May 1:
Baseball game with Mississippi
A. & M., Sfarkville.
Tennis match with Georgia Tech,
BLACK and White
Golf , tournament
BROWN and White
University council meeting, 4 p.
m., president's office.
As wc sipped our tea
I wafted circles of smoke
Across the table
Mrs. James McFarland of New
York and Miss Lucille Bywater of
Louisville and Miss Grace Ross of
Somerset spent the week end at the
Kappa Delta house.
Kappa Delta entertained with an
open house for Phi Delta Theta last
Kappa Delta held installation of
officers Wednesday night.
are president, Virginia Voung;
Hortense Carter; treasurer, Ayleene
Razor; assistant treasurer, Hazel
Nollau; and editor, Justine Cook.
Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity entertained with a formal dance in
the gold troom of the Lafayette
hotel Saturday evening from 9 until 12 o'clock.
Chaperones were President and
Mrs. Frank L. McVey. Dean and
Mrs. Thomas P. Cooper, Capt. and
Mrs. Clyde Grady, Lieut, and Mrs.
James Rees, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Foster, Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Elliott,
Dean Sarah Blanding, Mrs. E. F.
Farquhar,. Mrs. P. W. Holmes, and
Mr. and Mrs. Reed Meecham.
Decorations were In the fraternThe
ity colors, green and gold.
lighted 6hleld of the fraternity was
hung over the orchestra pavilion.
Three hundred and fifty guests
1 39 West Main
Florence Lewis spent the
at the Delta Delta Delta.
Mr Connie Gaines of La Grange
was a week-en- d
guest at the Kappa
Miss Mary Francis Young went
Gwnuity Bank ButhHf
STUDENT POSITION SEEKERS
Jack Howard "Why do you close
SHOULD SEE II. BEAUMONT
your eyes when you kiss Mary Lac-kyProf. Henry Beaumont, head of
Kavanaugh "They say It's bad lilt; x"ei&uiiut;i uuicuu ui me uwvu - ,
to focus on close objects for hours slty, has recently received offers for gttttt
at a time."
employment for students desirous
of work during the summer. One
tlonal organization; Dean L J. Hor- - of the largest publishing houses has
lacher. Dudley smttn presiaea as offered to take a few high type men i
on their summer sales force who
Initiates were Edward Baute. are interested In advertising of pubProfes-sSommerset; Malcolm Lion, Owens-bor- lishing as their life work.
John Ewlng, Louisville; Bu- Beaumont has been requested to
ford Cobb, Owenton; Kooert ween. recommend a student of sales abll-- )
ity to organize a crew of salesmen,
Sev- for an eastern manufacturer.
' Zeta Tau Alpha Notes
eral other offers for summer work
Zeta Tau Al'pho sorority alumnae have come Into his hands and stuentertained with a benefit bridge dents wishintc aid for summer em
party Friday night at the chapter ployment are requested to apply to ,
house on East Maxwell street. him.
About 40 guests were present. Delicious refreshments were served at
the close of the evening.
Friday afternoon, the chapter
with an informal party
in honor of the girls who will enter
the university next rau. me nuuac
was decorated with spring blossoms,
played during the evening
serve hot chicken, croquettes, soups, chilli, delicious
salads and dainty sandwiches. Unusually Grie
pies and cakes
Benton's Sweet Shoppe
Always Favor The
Dealer Who Sells
Last Times Today
A sandwich, soda and a walk is a health dp
that is guaranteed to work,
light foods arc healthful and prevent that after
noon drowsiness that conies from over eating.
For luncheon today, or any other time stop at
our modern fountain and try a sandwich,
salad or any of our delicious fountain foods.
Consolidated Drug Stores
301 E. Main St.
'The Front Page'
Pure Fresh Blue Grass Cream
Batteries: Barlow and Arnold.
Meyers, Slmone, DeMolsey and Hill,
W. Mala St.
he knows? Or
The University of Kentucky
freshman baseball team defeated
the Millcrsburg Military ball tosscrs
10 to 2, on Stoll field yesterday
afternoon. Eleven of the players of
Coach GUb's frosh squad were
found to bo Ineligible yesterday
owing to their failure to make a
standing and were barred from further participation in the diamond
Several bulwarks of the frosh
team were among those that were
ruled out, Core, Mattlngly, catchers; Bach, an outfielder, and Cloyd
at Infield; McCormack, Pate, Shoop-maBlair and three others.
This Is the second victory for the
Green team, who defeated the Frosh
of Eastern State
Thursday, 4 to 1. Another good
pitcher showed up In the yearling
camp yesterday In DcMolscy, lanky
center of the frosh basketball team.
This afternoon at 1:30 o'clock the
freshmen will meet the Athens high
school team of Fayette county on
Stoll field. Coach Glib announced
that Broadbent will hurl, with Nel
son behind tne bat. Tne Atnens
battery will be Boots and Tuttle.
Alpha Zeta, honorary agriculture
fraternity, held an initiation and
banquet Friday night at the Phoe
nix hotel. Talks were given by
Mr. T. R. Bryant, Dean Thomas P.
Cooper, vice president of the na- -
IN E. Mala St.
Nine Defeats M.M.I.
In Slugfest, 10-- 2
Serves as Witness
tained the club with an Informal
party at her home In Warren court
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
During the 'afternoon Eleanor
Dawson, Nelle Mahan, Dorothy
and Susan Jane Turner
were pledged to Fleur de Lis, honorary French organization.
program which was under the
charge of Nelle Mahan and Mary
Elizabeth Price, consisted of play
ing bridge in French.
April 1 April Fool's Day.
April 2 Construction of the
first railroad in U. S. began In
The second "semi-annutournament will be held Tuesday
evening, May 12, at eight o'clock
April 3 Washington Irving,
to Fo't Thomas, Kentucky for the
The Kentucky Wildcats tangled lntcad of May 8 as was reported
week-enwith the Tennessee Volunteers In a in the Tuesday edition of The KerApril 4 United States Flag
MUs Eunice Jane Denton spent dual track meet at the McLean nel. The tournament Is being held
adopted In Congress, 1818.
the week-en- d
with Miss Betty Matz stadium, last Saturday
under the direction of M. Applo-bauApril 5 Washington elected
at her homo In Newport.
Instructor In fencing, and C.
H. W. Baker, 19, Is a sophomore.
April C United States entered
MLj Henrietta Sherwood spent He has been throwing cinders in W. Hackcnsmlth, Intramural directhe World War, 1917.
tiic week-en- d
nt her home In Ewlng. others' faces pretty regularly on tor.
Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineer- his one and two mile Jaunts and
For the first time lh the
April 7 William Wordswortlu
ing fratirnlty announces the pledg turning in good time. Baker comes of the university, the women will
enter into the competition. During
ing of Messrs. William Allen Hunt- April 12 Henry Clay, 1777.
er, Covington; Osborne Kcnnethl
the past semester a class in fencing
Ed Milllkcn. 21, Is a member 0f
April 13 Thomas Jefferson,
Shnrpc, Buffalo; NcwYork; William the soDhomore class.
is aifcr 8i?Is .has bc,cnwr,"B,,u!i?JS.r
Butler Carrington, Mt. Sterling; ismau man nnd gets around the the direction
April 14 President Lincoln shot
William Lclnnd Husk, Paducah; and track in double time on his quarter-mil- e and they arc now quite capable or
by J. Wilkes Booth, 1805.
putting up nn excellent exhibition.
Thompson Klscr Bonzo, Olive Ml.
and relay runs. He Injured Fencing among women is by no
April 15 Tltantlc
an ankle a week or so ago and has means a novel stunt, for classes
1C0O persons, 1012.
been hampered, but he is expected for girls arc being given throughout
April 18 Paul Rcvere's ride,
Kappa Alpha .fraternity enter- to keep KentucKy in front In his
tained their friends with a dinner events Saturday. "Ed" comes from the North.
April 19 Battlo of Lexington,
Fifty students of fencing will pardance Saturday night nt the chap Louisville.
ticipate In this event, which will be 1775.
ter house, chaperoned by Mrs. E. S. Shipley, 24, is n senior. He has run on a straight elimination basis.
April 21 Spanish - American
F. Farquhar, Mr, and Mrs. Harold two "Ks" for his work on the track
The honor system will be employed
War opened, 1898.
Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch for the past two seasons.
Shipley In scoring touches.
April 27 U. S. Grant, 1822.
Grchan and Mr, and Mrs. James docs the
hurdles in :16
Using the last tournament as a
April 28 James Monroe, 1758.
He lives basis for Judging the tournout, Mr.
10 which is traveling.
April 30 Louisiana Purchase,
L. C. Hel- Members are Messrs.
Applebaum expects a much larger
venston, R. C. Rogers, Kirk Mober-l- y,
Don Williams, 23, Is a senior. Don turnout. Fencing Is rapidly gaining
Rupeh Wllholt, R. F. Baughman, now has two "Ks to show the folk popularity at the university, and
Joe Harlonymous, Claude Barnett, back in California that he has done those who are present for the exMiss Anderson Here, your story
Albln Parrls, J. A. Eglchart, J. D. something rare in low hurdles. Don hibition may expect an excellent is too long. Rewrite it so that the
Magulre, Joe Goodson, Paul Plercy, comes from Oakland, Calif.
display of fencing.
most ignorant boob will understand
Robert Scott, Richard Crutcher,
Cups and medals will be awarded what, you mean.
nillv Hubble. 21. Is a Junior. Last
James Allen, Robert Goodman, Tom season he received his numerals for to the winners of the boys' and
Marlon Brown What was there
Posey, Warren Dennlston, W. S. his work up in the air and this year girls' groups. The Intramural deWorthington, William Phelps, Jack he Is still striving to meet St. Peter partments will donate the trophies you didn't understand.
Rogers, John Baughman, H. V. in his pole vaulting. Billy lives in for the men, and the women's
Bastln, Archie Huddleston, M. S. Carmi, 111.
Stanley, Perry Rogers, Frank Ware,
G. F. Wlemann, 21, is a senior medals for the girls
Henry Bowman, James
who, still runs around in short pants
liam Klelser, Coleman Callaway, skimming over the low hurdles. He
John Crutcher, Harold Williamson, has a "K" to his credit for last
and William Hays.
seasons work, wiemann lives in
The guests were Misses Jane Cate, Dayton. Ohio.
Martha Holman, Mary Moore Nash,
Webber Hicks, 20, is a Junior. He ,
Millie Nelson, Kitty Mercer, Mary is making valiant efforts to keep
Prof. James W. Martin, Director
Miller Humphries, Julia W. Webb, up with "Horse" Seale In throwing of tne Bureau oi business iwjmhuuu
.... ..- vcu
Elizabeth Brent, Emmy Lou Ford, the discus and putting tne snot, oi tne university,
Price Fisher, Frances McCandless, Webber comes from Morganfleld.
pert witness last week in tne case
Stoll, Jane Glvens,
Sam Tuttle, 27, sophomore pro- - j involving tne question oi conaemiw
Betty Powell Rodes, Carolyn Ray, vldes material for the throwing tlon of Great Onyx Cave as a naVirginia Young, Jane Vaughan, Lou- events. He received frosh numerals tional park. Mr. Martin was at the
ise Johnson, Ida Mary Shearer, Pegcourt sessions In Brownsville,
year. Sam Is from Irvine.
county, from Monday until
gy Smith, Floy Bowling,
Henry Baker, 18, is a sophomore.
Watkson, Eleanor Dawson, Ada He is working on the quarter and Friday morning.
Lewis, Mary Elizabeth Botts, Anne low hurdles at present. He comes
The case arose over the amount
Cox Hlnkle, Julia Belle Yarring-fo- n, from Providence.
to be paid by the state to the ownLear Thomson, Betty Board,
Johnny Epps, 22, is a junior. He ers of Great Onyx Cave. This is
Virginia Bosworth. Betty King, has been on the sidelines with a the second cave to be bought by
Ellen Goode and Mrs. John Baugn- - broken hand for several weeks but the state In connection with Its plan
will show up well In putting the for a great national park In the
shot when he works out again. Mammoth Cave region, Mammoth
Cave Itself having been the first.
Founders' Day Banquet
Johnny lives in Dayton, Ohio.
Celebrating their Founder's Day
George "Husky" Skinner, 19, is a One of the owners of the cave is
banquet, the Alpha XI Delta soror sophomore. He received numerals a student of the university, Harry
ity entertained ;wun a Banquet for work on the frosh squad last Bush, sophomore In the College of
Saturday evening at 6:30 o'clock year and Is planning to repeat with Arts and Sciences. The special
in the red room of the Lafayette a letter this year for his efforts In judge called in to try the case is
event. Husky lives also a Lexington man, Judge Bailey.
hotel. The sorority colors, blue and the quarter-mil- e
Professor Martin, although apTo
gold, were used In the table bou in the community.
quet, of yellow and blue
M. T. "Bud" Cavana. 21, is a pearing for the state, served as a
witness in investigat
dragons, and in the place cards.
junior who Is throwing the javelin
He will ing the claims of both parties and
Miss Elizabeth Poole, president or with considerable art.
the sorority presided as toastmls- - boost Kentucky's score Saturday. sucBestlnc a fair price to be oaid
for the purchase.
tress. The theme of the program Bud lives In Iowa Falls, Iowa.
was "An Alpha XI Delta Bridge."
Kenneth "Phllbert" Andrews, 21,
Shuffle Kellena Cole.
Is a Junior.
He has been tossing
Cut Louise Mitchell.
the discus to varied parts of the
Deal Juliet Galloway.
practice field for the past few days
Bid Frances Mauzy.
so he will surely throw It away
Grand Slam Catherine Forsythe. tomorrow. Phllbert is a Lexington
The university golf team will go
Members of the active chapter
F. E. "Horse" Seale, 20, Is a to Athens, Georgia next Thursday
were present. Active "sophomore shot putter," as he ex- where It will compete with other
chapter members are Misses Mar-Jor- le presses It and he feels that he is Southern Conference teams in the
Boggess, Kitty Drury, Emily up and coming. We quite agree annual tournament which will start
Hayes, Mary Vivian Haines, Hallle with him after the way he played April 30 and continue to May 2.
The team composed of Kenneth
Howard, Kellena Cole, Mary Lynn with the plllet last Saturday. He
Margaret plans to eat more breakfast this Larmee, Hogan Watson, John Bus- - j
Hudson. Anna Martin.
Motch, Juliet Galloway, Frances time and perhaps throw the shot a Kie UI1U Wllliuui
iiua just, ic- with
Mauzy. Martha Fowler Given, Jo hundred yards.
Anyhow he lives turned from a trip to Ohio where
Fay Wray Regit Toomey
Ellen 'Maxon Whltlock Fennell, In Big Stone, Gap, Va., where he It met Ohio State University and
lUb't Elliott- - Clarlc Gable
Dayton University. In these teams
Elizabeth Poole, Louise Mitchell, threw boulders as a child.
Anna May, Mildred Greene, Sidney
John Sims "Shipwreck" Kelly, 21, the Big Blue quartette found stiff
Mm Maak SaaaJm (Avtk.. (
of opposition and were defeated in
Redmand, Pauline Woodburn, Dor- is a Junior and Is
"THI DAWN PATROL") m4
othy Root, Sorls Smith, Eleanor the thlnlies. Kelly stil stands In both contests. The Ohio State
(Auth.r J "lITtll CtlSAI")
Brlggs, and Louise Wheeler.
as he did last fall. Included a state amateur champion
the llme-ligCbxWj Vt JOHN FRANCIS
and a Big Ten
Pledges are Misses Betty Lyons, He has not lost a race to anybody and the runner-u- p
A Rnl MrtUad VU,..
King, Lucille Howerton, and nnri win nmbablv keeD his record champion.
The golfers meet Dayton Univer- Mrs. Stella Glib. Guests were Mrs. in his 100 and 220 yard dashes. He
sity here In a return match May 5.
Helen Fowler and several alumnae. sends his laundry to Springfield.
Tea for Le Cercle Francals
Miss Margaret Horsefield, patroness of Le Cercle Francals, enter-
Will Be Held,
Tuesday, May 12
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