THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
nnd it Is said that Colman gives a
splendid performance In this George
Fltzmauricc directed picture. We
will never forget "IJulldog Brum-mom- l"
In which Colman established
himself as a talking picture artist
'of the first magnitude.
The sound of stagecraftsmcn's
hammers emulating from the Gulg-ntheater acquaint tis with the
fact that the university's little play- I house will soon
embark upon another season. "The Royal Family"
on October 2. Won't It be
to seca group of live actors
"Top apecu, aavcrusca oy nrsi
The local rlalto fairly shown this tional recently made "The Bad National as a comedy as fast as Its
week with a program of well balancMan" as a talking photoplay with title sugests, opens at the Strand
ed movie-far- e
nt the principal cin- Walter Huston In the leading role. Sunday. Joe E. Brown, of the cav
ema houses. Indications arc strong, The production opens at the Ben All ernous mouth, and Bcrnlce cure
however, for next week's presenta- Sunday. Other members of the cast have the leads. Jack Whiting, ace
are Dorothy Revier, O. P. Heggie, musical comedy star, Frank Mc- tions to eclipse the present
"Moby Dick," the outstand- Sidney Blackmcr, and James Ren-ni- c. Hugh, the drunken reporter in
Huston Is seen as Pancho Lo- "Bright Lights," Laura Lee, Rita
ing attraction of this week, has
drawn much favorable comment pez, a bandit who Is a sort of Mexi- Flynn, and Edmund Breese are oth- while "Bright Lights," a surpisingly can Robin Hood. Satirical comedy
mcmbers of the cast. "iop
good picture, seemed to attract few is the keynote of the characterizaSpeed" which Is a musical built
ducats. "Follow Through" was sav- tion and from advance reports, Hus- around automobile racing, was dir
ed by Jack Haley and Zclma O'Neal ton acts the part in supurb fashion. ected by Mervyn LeRoy,
and, in our opinion, they had to
wood's youngest successful mega- For this week's brief biography phonlst.
overcome the effects of Nancy Carroll and CHarles Rogers, the stars. we bring ysu Anita Page. Her real
We absolutely refuse to call the last name is Pomares and she was born
at Flushing, L. I in 1910. Weighs
named person "Buddy."
118 pounds and Is a perfect blonde.
especial Interest to Kentuck-iaa- s Latest picture: "Little Accident."
is the announcement
Ronald Colman occupies one of Dr. Howard Morgan, of MaxElizabeth Maddox Roberts' novel,
"The Great Meadow," wfcnt Into the most exalted positions in
well Presbyterian Church,
production last week with Eleanor screendom and rightly so as he is
to Be Club Speaker
Boardman and John Mack Brown one of the smoothest actors we
know of and has the added advantIn the leads. MOM assigned CharlPitkin Club,
A meeting of the
the laes Brabin to direct the Jfllmlzatlon age of being handsome for
dles' benefit. His latest United Ar-- university students' luncheon club,
of the Kentucky work.
the star. "Raffles" was adapted was held Monday afternoon at 4:00
One cannot think of "The Band Kentucky tomorow. Kay Francis o'clock for the purpose of choosing
Man" without recalling the late and David, Torrence are In support
Hoforook Bllnn, who importallzed of the star. "Rafles" was adapted a speaker for the coming
the character oh the spoken stage from E. W. Hornung's entertaining oward Morgan, of Maxwell Street
Presbyterian church, was chosen.
and In a silent picture. First Na novel of a gentleman
The club will begin its weekly meetiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiimrmtiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiimttm
ings the latter part of October.
Meetings of the club are held ev
ery Wednesday during the school
year, at 12:00 o'clock noon, each
meeting being a luncheon, follow
ed by an address by the speaker on
some phase of the subject selected
by the club for the year. The mem
bership Is limited to 75, and mem
bers are chosen from a list or ap
plicants by a secret commltttee.
Those interested In belonging to
the club may send their names to
the office of the Y. M. C. A., to be
Dlaced on the waiting list. If chos
en they will be officially notified of
the next meeting.
High and Viaduct
We carry everything an
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Prompt Free Delivery Service
A. M. to 11 P. M.
Mary Virginia Willis
Honored by Magazine
Mary Virginia Willis, a student at
the University is pictured in the
current issue of College Humor
Miss Willis, whose home Is in
Ashland. Kentucky, Is interested in
dramatics. She played one of the
leads In "Local Color," musical
She is a member of Delta
Delta Delta, social sorrority.
By WILLIAM AHDERY
As we probably have said manv
times Just a little of that rare fluid
have Just a little of that rare fluid
which Is popularly alluded to as
"sporting blood." And, by a strange
coincidence, those people usually
me people who do not
like us are those who are too conceited to appreciate the fact that
this column is written solely for the
purpose of entertaining our beloved
cds and ettes. We do not conscious
ly attempt to uncover facts which
will ruin the reputation of those
who arc prominent enough to be
mentioned in this column. We feel
no animosity toward any student or
group of students on the campus.
But those who do not know this
already can never be made to understand it.
Phoenix Golf Meet
Now in Progress
Pall weather Is turning the In- - j
tcrcst of golf fans to the Indoor
The attractive I
courses located in the Phoenix Hotel, owned and operated by John
M. Purscly, has announced a scries
of tournaments that will continue
throughout the winter months.
The qualifying round for the first
tournament Is now In progress and
will continue throughout the follow
ing week. The first 32 low scores
In medal play will qualify for match
play, beginning October 13. Sixteen
matches will be played off Monday
and Tuesday, eight, Wednesday,
four, Thursday, two Friday, and the
champion match will be played off
Saturday night, October 18. The
prize to the winner will be twenty- five dollars,and the runner up win
In addition to the tournaments
open to the public, it is expected
that the lntra-murwill stage several tournaments for
university students, and will award
points toward the winning of the
large participation trophy now In
the possession of the Sigma Alpha
New Vice President
Kind informants have generously Morton Walker Is Selected
to Serve International
warned us that several students are
planning an old fashioned tar and
feather party, with ourselves as the
guests of honor. How perfectly deAnnouncement of the selection of
lightful, say we I Shall we wear our Morton Walker as vice president of
orange pajamas or Just plain even,
faculty and student
organization for the study of international relations, was made yesterThe fact that eligible ettes would day by llobert Stewart, president of
a marriage bu- the group. Departmental appointrather affiliate with
reau than a sorority was conclu- ments will be announced later, and
sively demonstrated last week when a tentative program for the year
Kappa Kappa Gamma pledged 23 of will be issued for publication at an
the fairest freshmen flowers on the early date, Mr. Stewart said.
Germany and the Netherlands are
It was Kipling, we believe, who the two countries of which studies
agreed with us in saying: "A woman are to be made first, and convoca
is only a woman, but a good cigar tion speakers have been tentatively
is a smoke." So the Kappas I
selected. Professor Amry vanden
bosch, recently returned from an
Formerly the band has been rat extended tour of these two couned by cordial observers as only tries, will assist in the planning of
slightly higher In the scale of in these programs.
telligence than the students In the
Mary Virginia Halley, senior In
college of Engineering.
After the the College of Arts and Sciences. Is
sponsor election Monday, however, secretary of
we are inclined to believe that there
Is no organization at the university
which possesses as much real intellectuality as the Big Blue horn toot-er- s.
With Virginia Doughtery as
sponsor the band can fail to appear
at the football games and still Tau Epsllon PI, Jewish frat, has
maintain its reputation as the "Best recently opened a house at 452 Rose
Lane. The fraternity Is at present
a local organization, but plans to go
Our fan mall is rapidly increas national sometime this year. It
ing. Yesterday we received a post consists of eleven old members and
card saying, "Column rotten where thirteen pledges, who are: A.
Stuart Cohen, Malcolm
Is the scandal? We have one. The
writer of that card might try after Tanner, Leon Goldstein, Sam
Dave Welnsteln, George
date at the Delta Zeta house.
Where are the sneers and snickers? Stearn, Frank Steam, Ralph Flum-bauLouis Elvove, Sid Berg, R.
We have been holding out on our Gross, L. Waldman.
beloved eds and ettes we really like
the "Moonshiner." 'Congratulations
to the staff and kindly note that
they are the first that have ever
been extended by this popular
When we try to write this beau
tiful example of Wit, Wisdom, and
Waggery we are always reminded
of our illustrious predecessors
Clarence Barnes and Martin Glenn.
There may have been others but
our memory only serves us as far
back as the great May Queen election of "28.
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FAMOUS FOR CHOCOLATE FUDGE CAKES
We have on advantage though
we don't care what the beautiful
but absurd examples of femininity
this campus with us
think. That is, of course, if they
They are just like the popular high school models for
which you ordinarily pay
$2.50. Good grade leather,
white felt lined.
1MN boys chose the Sears' "Red"
Grange ball last year. Because of this
popularity you can buy it now aC a
lower price. Regulation size, of strong,
pebbled grain cowhide
bladder. Autographed picture
"Red" Grange included.
Cat' in the style of a prep school
Model . . . with
protectors, fiber thigh guards. Of
khaki drill, wall padded,
Dally 8 to 5:30 P. Al.
Is on Football
Football, .birds, marriages, and
broadcasts are features of the September issue of the Kentucky Alumnus magazine which was released
for circulation Wednesday.
theme of this Issue, however, Is foot
Coach Harry Gamage has an ar
ticle in the magazine entitled
Football Outlook for 1930," in which
he describes in a not too optimistic
tone the various teams that Kentucky must face this year. In the
article he relates the difficulties that
the Wildcats will have to overcome
in order to become a championship
team. Lawrence Crump writes an
article. "Wildcat Schedule Filled
With Thrills for Football Fans." He
also describes the teams that Ken
tucky will meet. Further football
Information is given about the new
four-colprograms, the games to
be broadcast, and the homecoming
There Is a short sketch of Leon
K. Frankel, president for the second
time of the Alumni Association, who
was graduated from the university
Dr. W. D. Funkhouser has written
an interesting article entitled "Animal Friends and Enemies," in which
he discusses the bird-lif- e
in Kentucky. There Is also an article con
cerning Dr. Funkhouser's excava
tions this summer in Henderson,
Crittenden, and Trigg counties.
A complete description is given of
the new Teachers Training Building
which is said to be one of the most
modern in the country.
A complete radio program of the
University of Kentucky as late as
October 23, is given on page 14, and
marriages of the summer are recorded on page 15.
The stan of the Kentucky Alum
nus is: James 8. Shropshire, "29,
editor and manager: Marguerite Mc
Laughlln, '03, associate editor, and
Helen King, "36, associate editor.
The officers of Hut Alumni Association are Leon K. FtaaJtel, '00, president: Mrs. RecUt MUl , '21, vice- president, and Jaam S. Shropshire,
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