tho lighted emblem of the two
fraternities. Colored lighting effects
Saturday, April 10 Fifth endet were fentured during the
hop in the gymnnsium in the after- The annual custom of pledging for
both fraternities at this dance made
an interesting innovation. Pledging
Knppn Alphn fraternity entertaining with a formnl dance in the eve- for Keys took place just before the
which wns a special
ning in the ballroom of tho Phoenix fourth
dance for the active chapter, alumni,
John R. Bullock. Tho active chapter
consists of: Messrs. Frank Smith, J,
D. Augustus, Jr., A. M. Edwards,
W. A. Smith, Downer Brnmc, Guthrie
Bright, Hubert White, Olivn Lindle,
Guthrie Ycngcr, Henry Cogswell,
John Evnns, nnd Hunter Green.
Keys pledged the following: Messrs.
Beverly Wnddle, Fred Cordnn, James
Tnpscott, Frances Watson, Edwnrd
Knndler, Albert Pieh, Egbert
Elmer Giib, C. II. Dees, nnd
SENIOR ENGINEERS LEAVE
ON ANNUAL NINE-DA-
,,rof- - w",,op K: Tttcrson Nyns
Students and Five Walker,Tucker, Walters,.!. A. M.A.- f'i'wont at the meet.ng and presented
Faculty Members Are on
gnrtner, T. G. While, Jr., It. C Wll- - lI,e no,oty wlt two copies
twnphy of Dr. James K. Patterson,
Inspection Trip' of Northern
linmson, W. M. Witty, II. L. Wood,
prepared by Mim Mnybel H. Pollitt.
and Eastern Plants
Jr., M. E. Wright, E. It. Young.
The nctive members GAIN PRACTICAL TRAINING,
Messrs. Arch Bennett, Gaylc
senior engineering stuMohney,
Paul Jenkins, L. Steele,
nccompnnicd by Dean F. Paul
Frank Phipps, Harry McChesncy, dents,
Assistant Dean W. E.
Mystic "13" pledged Oscar Stoesser, Bay Ellis, Loyal Van Anderson,
Freeman, Prof. D. V. Terrell, Prof. J.
which wns Arsdnle, nnd Vnn Burcn Bopko.
before the sixth
B. Dicker nnd Prof. L. S. O'Bnnnon of
Keys nnd Thirteen Dance
danced only by members and pledges
the College of Engineering, left LexThe men's gymnnsium ' was the of tho junior fraternity.
Kentucky Kernel Dinner
ington Thursday, April 1, for n nine
scene of a delightful affair WednesInvilntions have been issued by the
Pledges to Thirteen arc: Messrs.
day evening, March 31, when the Keys R. I. Mcintosh, Paul Jenkins, Gnyle Kentucky Kernel to fifty members of dny inspection tour of northern the
and Thirteen, honorary junior nnd Mohney, Ray Schulte, James Ewing, tho staff of the paper for a dinner eastern to give The engineering stuthe
fraternities, entertained Lcroy Miles, Ray Ellis,' Louis Koot, which is to be given April 10, in the tour is
dents n more comprehensive and prac
with the annual formal dance.
Loyal Van Arsdnle, Stanley, Stagg, private dining room of the Lafayette
tical view of the vocation which they
The sole decorations for tho affair William Guess, scar Stoesser, and hotel.
arc going to follow.
7(hc invitations are original nnd
Assistnnt Dean W. E. Freeman
novel little papers which were pre
made arrangements for the tour nnd
pared in the Kernel office.
wns in general charge of the trip,
Arthur Morris, mnnaging 'editor which included Pittsburgh, Niagra
will preside as tonstmaster.
The Falls and Buffalo. Friday and Satspeakers for the evening will be urday were spent in Pittsburgh where
Enoch Grehan, faculty advisor, Jnck the students inspected the plants of
Warren, business manager, and Kyle Westinghouse Electric and Manufac
Whitehead of the Editorial staff.
turing Co., II. G. Heinz Co., and Alle
Tho entire newstaff for the coming gheny County Steam Heating Co. A
year will be announced at the dinner visit wns also made to the art gallery
of Carnegie Institute and Friday
night the engineers were the guests
Mr. and Mrs. William James King of the Pittsburgh Alumni club of the
announce the engagement of their University of Kentucky at a banquet.
daughter, Edith Lucille, to Mr. Harold
Visit Niagra Falls
Fenton Waits, of Chicago. The wed
Sunday was spent in sight seeing
ding will be solemnized in the late
and along the
Woodson D. Scott Awarded First
Annual Scholarship of S250
Given by tho Patterson,
Woodson D. Fcott, of Nicholnsvillc,
senior Inw student of the university,
was presented the first annual scholarship of 250 given by the Patterson
Literary society, at its annual oratorical contest held Friday afternoon in
the Little theatre.
The nnnunl $250 scholarship fund
was provided in the will of the late
Dr. Jame3 K. Patterson, nnd by its
provision the Patterson Literary society is to award the scholarship to one
of its outstanding members, who must
also be a member of an evangelical
church. The selection of the winner
of the scholarship was in the hands of
a committee composed of L. II. Stevens, Clayton Smoot, and W. H.
Prof. II. B. Evcrsole, of the College
of Commerce of the University of Kentucky, will speak nt the regular
monthly dinner of the Hetnil Merchants Association, of Louisville, to
bo held in the red room of tho Seel-bac- h
hotel on the evening of Tuesday, April 20. "Business Forecasting" will bo the subject of the address
All Stroller eligibles wishing to try
out for tho annual piny arc urged by
Al Wiemann, director, to pay clone
attention to the official Stroller bulletin board on the first floor of While
hall. Fivm time to time important
announcements will bcposted on that
board and it is important that tho. e
willing to try out for parta heed
th 'so, according to tho director.
Electric lampn for minen are fast
replacing safety flame lights, according" to investigators for m..ien.
gorge route of the Niagra river.
The oratorical contest was won by
Monday night the engineers were the George S. Milam, who
guests of tile Western New York a gold medal by the society. The
Chapter of the American Society of judges of the contest were, Dean Paul
Heating and Ventilating Engineers at
With college parties on
i banquet in Buffalo.
famous "O" steamers of
April 6, 7 and 8 the party inspected
Do you like chop suey?
The Royal Mail Line
the following Buffffalo plants: Larkin
Co., National Lamp Works of General
Write (or Illustrated Bod let.
Electric Co., Pierce Arrow Motor Car
THE ROYAL MAIL
Co., American Radiator Co.,. American
STEAM PACKET CO.
Brass Co., Buffalo Consistory and
2fi Broadway, New York
Opp. Court House
Buffalo Forge Co. The night of April
8 students and faculty members were
guests of the Buffalo Alumni club of
the University of Kentucky.
Those Who Made Trip
The senior engineering students
152 South Lime
who made the trip were: H. C.
Virginia Baker, Louise Adams, C. E. Albert, J. W. Austin, A.
Katherine Brown, Sarah A. Bablitz, Jr., J. K. Bailey, S. V.
Collopy, Geraldine Cosby, Shel- Baker, H. A. Balke, J. S. Baskett, C.
by Dietrich, Iva Dudgeon, Dora Ed- W. Bell, A. D. Bickel, E. B. Boston,
wards, Margaret Grider, Dorothy David Browning, Jr., H. C. Card, H.
Hubbard, Anna Welch Hughes, Mary B. Carpenter, Jr., Cortez Day, S. C.
E. Luxon, Edith Moore, Jennie Mahan, Ewing, P. K. Farra, Jr., Gv A.
Ruth McDonald, Mary Lewis Marvin,
V. D. Florence, Isadore Goldben,
Marshall Paull, Frances White.
Austin Griffith, W. A. Harbold, R. H.
Dorothy Harrod, C. K. Hoffman, R. W. Hogan,
Schenk, Nancy Wood Chenault.
J. P. Holtzclaw, Jr., J. S. Kennoy, E.
Chaperones: Mrs. James Crutcher, V. Keshcimer, E. B. Lalley, Claiborne
Dean Virginia Franke,
Lisle, R. 0. Mallory, Melbourne Mills,
E. P. Morris, D. A. Newton, Arthur
Nutting, T. H. Oliver, J. W. O'Nan,
The fifth cadet hop will bo held Sat B. O. Petree, C. C. Rice, W. H. Rice,
urday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the P. W. Rusch, L. B. Russell, R. L. Sam
gymnasium. Lieutenant Joe Walters uels, Jr., W. E. Sanders, P. J. Sehlin-ge( be in charge of the
Alfred Simpson, J. R. Smith, R.
L. Spears, J. W. Stark, B. P. Taylor,
The installation of Alpha Gamma
chapter of Beta Sigma Omicorn was the evening of March 29.
celebrated with a delightful banquet
Mrs. W. Wallace Fry, of Mexico,
in the palm room of the Phoenix hotel Mo., national president of Beta Sigma
Candy is always an acceptable gift. Ours is tho
Omicorn conducted the installation
freshest and best. We will deliver too; anywhere
services. An enjoyable program of
in the city.
toasts and music was prasented. Miss
Stop at our fountain.
Pearl Martin and Professor South
It is the most complete
furnished the music. The toasts were
to be found.
"In the Garden of
Mrs. Wallace Fry
"Remeuber" Mrs. Horlacher.
"A Perfect Day"
Mary Wynne Hampton.
A delicious menu was served. Dec
orations were in the fraternity colors.
TO YOUR HEALTH AND HAPPINESS"
Those initiated were:
Yynne Hampton, president; Frances Tttnmmtttm:atat:?t::mnt:nt:ttt::t:ttttgunat
Williams, secretary: Maty Stewart NWASSSSVVBV.V.VaV.V.V.VVV.VW
AND TO ALL PARTS OF
Newman, treasurer; Audrey SlaughTHE WORLD
ter, Gladys Pemberton, Elsie Bureau,
.olla Pnvton. Elizabeth Tingle, Eliza
Independent and Conducted
beth Moreland, Jessie Stephens, Lucy
Williams, Anna Dodd, Ruby Kusii ana
To Europe and the Orient
Mrs. L. J. Horlacher.
Around the World, South Ameri
can, West Indian, Mediterranean
The Alumni association will give
n dance on Saturday, April 24, in the
STARTING TOMORROW 4 DAYS
university gymnasium from D until l
Mr. Waits is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Waits, of Harrison county. He is a graduate of the Univer
sity of Kentucky, class of '23 and a
member of Alpha Sigma Phi and
Delta Sigma Pi fraternities.
Alpha Xi Tea Dance
Alpha Xi Delta of the university
gave u lovely tea dance on the afternoon of Friday, March 26, in Patter
Music was furnished by the Rythm
Kings. Ferns surrounded the orches
tra and the illuminated . fraternity
shield was hung at the far end of the
room. Fruit punch was served.
Members of the active chapter:
Archer, L y d a Anderson,
Balan-tinLouise Atkins, Eleanor
You can afford Florsheims. Their
mean months of wear. Theirstyleand
perfect fit give that well dressed look.
Bnyil, Judge Lyman Chnlkley, and
Pwf. B. P. Duvin. Others taking part
in the contest wore, J. W. Jones,
S. Gilbert and
Baynham Shoe Co.
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During the meeting of the Ken
tucky Educational Association m
Louisville, the Alumni association will
Piitertnin with a bannuct at the Brown
hotel on Thursday, April 22, at fl o'- Franternity Row
James Tappscott, Phi Delta Tlieta,
is recovering from an appendicitis
operation nt the Good Samaritan
Doctor mid Mrs. Frank L. McVey
entertained delightfully with the afternoon tea for the students last
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