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JUDGING TEAM OF "Camille" to Star LETTERMEN WILL
UNIVERSITY WINS Margaret Lewi, in ELECT '31 HEAD
THIRD IN C0NTEST,GuinLOfferin AT GRID BANQUET1
U. K. Representation nt Inter
national Livestock Exposition Take Honors
AG. COLLEGE OFFICIALS
Harris, Levy, Florence, Jetl,
Cochran, and Melby Par- -
The Judging team which is repre- senting the university at the 31st
International Livestock Exposition
in Chicgo, placed third in compet- -,
tive Judging with 22 college teams
from schools of agriculture through- out the United States.
The six members of the team are
Harris, Carrollton; Hymen
Levy, Lexington; William Florence,
Paris: Ivan Jett, Richmond, John
Cochran, Marlon, and Theodore
Melby, Buffalo, N. Y. The first three
are Juniors In the College of Agrl-- 1
mitnn fVio nfhors nrp cnmnletlnar
their senior work In the same college. Assistant Dean Horlacher who
coached the team throughout a preliminary season of practice Judging
is attending the Exposition with several other members of the university
Second Production of Univer
sity Players to Open
Judge Richard Stoll Will Re
Toastmaster at Annual
Once more the brilliance of the
Russian Nazimova, the exotic
AWARD OF NUMERALS,
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memory of the Gulgnol Theatre
patrons when Margaret Lewis steps
upon the stage In the leading
lnlne role of "Camille," Oulgnol's
.second production of the season.
"Camille " by Alexander Dumas
a love tragedy of the nineteenth
century, will open at the Euclid
avenue playhouse Monday, Dec. 8,
.and will continue throughout the
LETTERS TO BE MADE
Football Season to Terminate
In Accordance With U.
The captain of the 1931 football
team will be elected at a banquet
to be given the members of the
varsity and freshmen football men
Thursday evening at 6 p. m. at the
Lafayette hotel, according to an anj
Rector Frank Fowler said yes- - nouncement
Iterday that the cast has been unus-Oeor- of S. A. Boles,issued from the office
"ally responsive in its work, and addition to the athletic director. cap-tia- n
election of the
'more than satisfactory in Its zealous
letters and numerals will be
effort to make "Camille" meet with awarded to members of the varsity
even greater approval than did and freshmen squads.
"The Royal Family," Guignol's first
The athletic council will meet
offering of the season.
Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock and
The cast follows:
will make the final decision as to
Camille, Miss Margaret Lewis; M.
Duval, R. D. Mclntyre; Ormand, who shall receive the letters and
The council received
Neal Cain; Prudence, Ethel Morgan; numerals.
Olympe, Mary Alice Howes; St. recommendations from the coaching
Obudans, Perry Kraatz; Nichette, staff early this week.
Coach Gamage and his staff, as
Gay Loughridge; Nannie, Lolo Robinson; Gaston, Donald Pratt; Anais, well as Coach Pribble who has had
Unxtc urnrn nlornrl '"iyril OIIlllu; minus, riuiin. oiuiic, charge of the freshmen,
present. About 75 members of the
flf. IVarvlelle, Horace Miner.
two squads are also expected to at- teenth In the work with horses, and
tnIs affair which
ID A tend f00tba11 season at officially ends
scored twelfth place in cattle in- ri
J U Li U
Daddy Boles, athletic director of
m A Wl N
Individual honors were uwarded
ri r!the university, announced Monday
to George Harris and Hymen Levy.
that Judge Richard Stoll, former
Levy ranked the 4th highest and
Wildcat, will be the toastmaster of
Harris was 8th in the individual Extensive Program Is Planned the evening. The remainder of the
For Winter Meeting to Be program has not yet been arranged.
A team from the Oklahoma Agrl- -,
This banquet, which terminates
Held at Agriculture College
cultural and Mechanical College
the football season at the universi- December 4 and 5
ty, is an annual event at which all
won the livestock judging championship while a Kansas team finFive speakers from other states, Kentucky grldders receive their finished second. This is the fourth 10 from Kentucky, and a banquet al awards for ability shown during
the Oklahoma at the Lafayette hotel, are featured the football season. The affair is
on the program of the 75th annual for the members of the football
Experiment Station entered ,,,!.,.. uiremug Hi ths Tfnntiinlrv teams alone. This is in accordance
.. The .
wun un buuiuuu nt gtate Horticultural Society """'"-"tne contest
to which with the custom set when the banThree Aberdeen the College of Agriculture will be quet was first given by the athletic
Angus yearling steers were entered host Dec. 4 and 5. In past years department.
under the charge of Mr. John Fra- - approximately 100 hortlculturalists
ser, and a herd of 24 sheep, consist- s, have attended the meetings of the
ing of eight Cheviots, five Hamp-shlresociety, but this year, due to the
lve Southdowns, and six agricultural depression, the number
crossbreds. One of the Cheviots won will probably be less.
the championship of that breed as All meetings with the exception Art Department Sponsors Ina lamb last year.
of the banquet will be held in the
formative Showing of
Professors L. J. Horlacher, W. w. Livestock Pavilion, on the Experi
Dimock, J. Holmes Martin, R. C. ment Station farm. Lunch will be
S. Good, and served there each noon, under the
Miller, W. J. Harris, E.
Wayland Rhoads, members of :jjteetlon,of .MIm Hoover of theUnl
The. dcDartment of art of the unl- commons.
uoiiege oi Auriuuinuc iH.uiv,r,
attended the exDosltion. and Profes
Interesting of of Graphic Processes in the Art
Probably the most
sors Rhoads, Good, and Miller read the speeches will be that of E. C. building today, which will continue
papers before the American Society Wolcott, Chicago, Thursday after- to be open every week day from 8
of Animal Production.
noon on "Increasing the consump- a. m. to 5 p. m. Students and pubThe Judging team left Sunday, tion of the apple." Mr. Wolcott Is a lic have been Invited to visit the
23, for Purdue University, representative
of the organization exhibit at any time.
at Lafayette, Indiana, where they known as "Apples for Health, Incor-porate- d' Graphic processes are especially
Inspected the Purdue
which serves as a public- Interesting because prints are easier
did practice work. From Purdue they ity agency for fruit growers through tr nnrtprstnnrf than ntifnUnoc onH
went to the University of Illinois, out the United States.
what Is mniv AccpnHtil thiv nrp
and conducted practice worK mere.
Of Interest to landscape workers more within the range of the aver
The university team Is expected to -- .m h Pmf w w Elliott's talk Fri- - age purse. The exhibition has been
return to Lexington, Wednesday, day morning on "The Fruit
planned to assist one in distinguish3.
er's Obligation to his Community." ing between etchings and dry points,
The meeting will open at 9:45 tell what an aquantint is, what a
mezzotint is, and to show what
prints and lithographs
of Hillenmeyer Nurseries, Lexington. are like.
display comes through the
courtesy of Charles E. Goodspeed
Miss Virginia Dougherty and
and Co., Boston. It includes prints
Thomas L. Riley Are
of all kinds together with notes ex- To Be
plaining the different processes used.
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flUli T I f
The University of Kentucky band
over station WROL
Knoxvllle, Tenn., during their recent visit to that city. The broadcast was given from 5:30 to 6 on
Miss Virginia Dougherty,
sponsor, mde a personal appearance
at the microphone, and gave a brief
talk to the radio audience. Tom
Riley, head announcer of the university station here, was guest announcer during the band's program
band of 14
was used by Director Sulzer, augmented by the saxophone section
and a vocal quartet. Wllden Thomas
was the vocal soloist.
The program was as follows: "Alma Mater," "El Captain," "Cheer
Up," selection from "The Three
"When You're Smiling," "My Old
"Massa's In De
Cold, Cold GroundJ,"
Joe," "Them Basses," and "Bye Bye
Many phone calls of congratulation for the program were received
at the studio that night, and staff
members of WROL told the Kentucky guests their performance was
the most complete and artistic ever
given over the Knoxvllle station.
The fifth of the series of International debates that are being held
by the university debating team
will take place Thursday
Dec. U, In Memorial hall, according
to an announcement by Prof. W. H.
Sutherland, coach of the team.
Two German debaters, Hans Graf
Jurgun Blumenthal, University of
Berlin, and Herbart Schaumann,
University of Munich, who are on
a tour of the United States, will
take the negative side of the question, "Is a Foreign Indictment of
American Ou'lture. Justifiable?'
Richard M. Weaver and Hugh R.
Jackson will present the affirmative arguments for the University
also anProfessor Sutherland
nounced that plans are being made
to have the Kentucky debaters
meet the Indiana University team
at an early date, in a series to be
held in Evansville, Ind., and Henderson, Ky.
Football Charms and Loving
Cup to Be Awards to
.'00 Gladiators Are Listed to
Compete In Tourney of
Completion of Organization
Awaits Action of Senate for
Formulation of Constitution
Further nlans for the formation
or a K ClUD at tne university were
discussed at a meeting of the major
letter men held last Tuesday in the
recreation room of the Men's
Coaches Bernie Shively and M. E.
Potter, who have been asked to act
as the faculty advisors of the club,
annonnrPri. that. M soon un it was
possible to obtain permission trom
tne university senate, ueiiniie or- ganization would be consummated.
The underlying principle of the
"K" Club is to sponsor and promote
a closer relationship between those
men who have won a
university. The organization will not
throughout the country.
A committee, awaiting further ac
tion of the senate, has been appoint- ed, and after permission has been
granted by the senate they will
write the constitution and
wmv.it 1C iu
The next meeting of the club will
be held Monday. December 8, at 7:30
to Be o'clock, at the Sigma Chi fraternity
Down In the Desert"
Given Under Direction
of Mrs. John Burgin
The First Methodist Choir, under
the direction of Mrs. John Burgin,
will present on December 14, the
oratorio "Dawn in the Desert,'' by
R. Deane Shure. Dr. Shure wrote
this oratorio for the Mount Vernon
M. E. church. Washington, D, C,
and consented to Its presentation
in Lexington, the second presenta
tion of this modernistic opus.
In preparation for this difficult
work the choir has been divided
Into two choruses. Tho wonmn's
chorus meets Monday nights and
tnp mpn's ftinrai Wi'rinpsrlnv , nlcrhrr.
: nome rn me organist, ur.
at me v.
ADner W. Kelley, where a new two
manual twenty four step Wicks pipe
organ has been instaljrd, The combined choruses moets in full rehear
sal on Thursday, ntehts us usual.
in addition to tne cnoruses n
nlimhnr of cninc ,1,,ac nivl nunrtot- " k,
w fcv htvcu uj AVAioo i jruiuL.iijr
Under the auspices of the local H. B. Carr, MrsVcharles Bailey
Burgin. Mr. Banker White.
mprrhnnts th Lf.xin.rtnn hrnnrh nf John
the American Association of Unl- ALMA MAGNA MATEIt TO MEET versity Women will sponsor a toy, alumni, and professors are members
exhibit in the auditorium of the 01 tms choir. The entire student
Alma Magna Mater, campus orto at- ganization of the sons and daugh- university training school, Thurs- - j
ters of former university students, aay, uecemDer
irom & to o in tne
will hold an organization meeting afternoon and from 7 to 0 in the
at Maxwell Place at 4:30 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. McVey, evening. This will be the first eduPhi11inrmnnir
cational toy exhibit held in Lexingwho sponsors the club, will bo preMI
sent to welcome newcomers, and ton and is free to the public.
At 2 o'clock, Mrs. May K. Dunto explain to them the history and
purposes of the club. Any student can, head of the elementary school,
whose father or mother attended und Miss Frances K. Martin, kin tion of Prof. Carl A. Lamnert. made
tho University of Kentucky for at dcrgarten teacher, will speak on the its first
least one term Is eligible to Join, necessary knowledge in the selection Sunday a he uXmfty veSw
und is cordially invited to attend of books and toys for children. vices held in SSx-aTTt- i
After the program everyone Is in- - Prnnlf Piiflfrol pnntrnltn
vlted to visit the display of toys and j panted by Mrs. Roy E. Jarman at
W. S. G. A. TO GIVE DANCE
books which havo been selected and tho piano, sang a recent compost- arranged in groups for children of tion of Prof. Lamperfs, entitled,
The annual W. S. G. A. tea danco
"Out of tho Deep." Other soloists
will be held in Patterson hall De all
on tho program were Miss Ann
cember 4, at 3:30 o'clock. All women
O'Brien, harpist, and Miss Alice
students are invited to attend (for,, Tho Vnlyersity f Kansas Is
course for firemen for Penn. xylophonlsts.
only). One of the features' lnB a
will bo tho pledging exercise of tlioso students who are willing to closed with a march, written recentbegin at tho bottom of the ladder ly by Prof. Lampert, "The Spirit of
Chi Delta Phi, honorary literary ,
'and work up.
'Bama Has Chance
For National Honor T
In linmfk .mnimrv 1
Among the major football teams
of the country there are three that
remain undefeated. Beginning with
Alabama. in the south, who has won
eloht cames and lost none, and who
has niled ud a total number of
points of 247 for their opponents 13.
Tnen there is the invincible Irish
Dame that has
from Notre ...
not lost a came ior me nasi two
Debut Is Made
and others by a hair's breadth when
the South Bend men took advantage
of the breaks tht came the.r way.
rjninnrnn,A tn wnshinaton
Rtntn v)m hnQ tint. tflltpH Wf!lt
iTrM-Vuulcr"u.' "V" ; : , iivvwiivu,"'
University Women to
num hucshuh uuko,
namely, will the Irish luck fall next
Saturday, or will It continue, and
help Notre Dame to mark up their
19th win. If tho Big Irish does win
then there will still be two unde- that Is with the
feated elevens-a- nd
toS Vashlngton. that wa are as- suming so mucn. wun two unue- leatea teams who is n procmini um
champion? There will still be the
old split opinion, so why not
let II1U I'UHluiluuti vu uhiu
tor once and therefore pick tho teal
Who knows, that Champion may
After two years study, graduates
receive tho degree of Doctor of Atheism. Nearly half tho COO students
MADE AND ANNOUNCED
To Give Oratorio
Presentation of three one-aplays and the announcement of
Stroller eligibles will feature the
annual Stroller amateur night to
be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight In
the new auditorium of the Teacher's Training building by Strollers. Andrew Hoover, president of
will be In
Those presenting the one-aplays are Irma Pride, Kappa
Delta pledge, and Brandcn Price,
Delta Tau Delta pledge, in "On
the Lot"; Rosemary Balch,
and James Davis, Phi
Delta Theta pledge, In "The New
Fur Coat"; and Dorothy Gould,
and Lois Neal, Zeta
Tau Alpha pledge, in "Friend
Prof. Enoch Grchan and Misses
Helen and Willy King have been
invited to Judge the performances, as a prize will be given
for the couple giving the best
The public has been invited.
No admission will be charged.
were held durStroller try-ou- ts
ing the past two weeks. From
those persons who entered the
the six who will perform tonight were selected. Andrew Hoover, Thomas Riley,
Mary Virginia Hailey, and Christine Johnson, were members of
the committee on
Approximately 6 0 university
students came out for Strollers
Plans are being sponsored by
this organization for an original
play for which a prize will be
given. The play is to be written
by a member of the university
Intramural football will be inau
gurated at the University of Kentucky for first time, beginning today
when Greek meets Greek on Stoll
field at 4 o'clock. In the first games
on the schedule, announced yester
day by C. w. Hackensmlth, intramural director, Sigma Nu meets Phi
Sigma Kappa on field one, and Sigma Chi mixes with Kappa Sigma on
Three hundred gladiators are listed to compete in the games. Sixteen fraternities and four indepenThe
dent teams are represented.
fraternities compete among the fraternities, and the independents play
in their own brackets; the winner
of each group will play for the
A loving cup and
football charms will be awarded to
The games will be played under
the following rules and regulations:
John Sims "Shipwreck" Kelly, above, has been mentioned by several each quarter will be five minutes
sports writers for the mythical
football team. Kelly in length, and five minutes rest
probably has done more to bring Kentucky into football prominence will be allowed between the halves.
than any other Big Blue griddcr and has achieved a reputation Substitutions will not be eligible. but
each player must be
throughout the South as a fast, elusive ball carrier. "Shipwreck" is case of a scoreless game the team
also a member of the track squad.
with the highest number of first
downs will win. A team not on the
.field by 4:05 forfeits. The players
must furnish a sweat shirt; head
gear, shoulder pads, pants, and
shoes will be furnished by the uni
versity. Suits may be obtained at
3:40. Games must ne piayea, rain
Coaches Gamage and Shively will
not officiate as formerly announced,
By MALCOLM KENT
"but they will pick an
The Kentucky - Tennessee footeleven. The pictures of tne eleven
ball game Thanksgiving day proved
will appear in the Courier-Journ- al
to be a most interesting affair, when
and other state papers; the Courier-Journ- al
one considers the events leading up
and Lexington Herald will
to, including, and following the acof the games.
give write-up- s
tual playing of the game. More
A schedule of the first week's
things happened as sidelights to the Alpha Zeta Freshman Award games is as follows:
contest than the writer has seen In
Gdes to Robert Reed, Soph
a pale blue moon and pale blue
omore, for Splendid Work In Breckenridge vs Wrecking Crew-D- ec.
wae trift arriicii pnlnr nf tna fntus Kir- .4, Field 2 at 2:00
Agriculture Last Year
ting out in the stadium while a bit- - '
ter wind made many a lad and lass
1 at 2:00
Robert. Reed, Covington, sopho- - 6, Field
envision the warmth of red flannels.
imore In the College of Agriculture,
Sigma Nu vs Phi Sigma Kappa-D- ec.
Let us turn to the situation in wlth a standing of 2.58 for his fresh- 2, field 1
Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs Phi Kapan work, was presented this year's
gan. The scene
pa Tau Dec. 3, field 1
apartment; the time an hour before A1Pna Zeta freshman scholarship
Delta Chi vs Alpha Sigma Phi-D- ec.
the train was scheduled to leave, medal during the Closing ceremonies
4, field 1
One of the band boys heard the 0f the Fall Festival. Nov. 21. The
Alpha Tau Omega vs Alpha Gamwhistling of the wind and called a ,i0t lo TOOr-ann.,ie hv Al ma Rho Dec. 5, field 1
downtown newspaper for a tempera- Sigma Chi vs Kappa Sigma Dec.
ture reDort. Twelve above zero, he Pha Zeta- - honorary
2, field 2
learned. Believe It or not, that mu ternity, to tne sopnomore in tne colTriangle vs Kappa Alpha Dec. 3,
muiuii uieu umeiy imuc hic huiu lege of Agriculture having the high- field 2
because his feet were so numb Irom est standing for his freshman year.
Lambda Chi Alpha vs Phi Delta
the mere thought he could not walk
to Reed's unusually Theta Dec. 5, field 2
fast- Delta Tau Delta vs PI Kappa Ahigh average was John Ewing, Pros- PI
a stand- - lphaDec. 6. field 2 at 2:00
Sig of 1.84PScottPMcClain,
(All games to be played at 4 p. m.
fa years' awardf and unless otherwise noted).
A list of the players entered for
trouble with the idea was that the 1A"""1C a"lcu'competition Is as follows
chaperone also was locked in the in 1928.
The gold medal, presented to
Bentley. Cecil. Davis. Drur
on wnv Reed, bears on one side the Univer- gerald, Featherston, Harrlajf
sity of Kentucky seal and the words son, Mcuraw, renningion,
ana means 01 wreckZ the train
Alpha Zeta freshman scholarship Ross, Tracy, Tate.
On the other side is the
winner's name, his standing, and the
Greenauist. Hosue. Price
kick off of each game by firing
he was a freshman.
man, Kinkead, Hoffman, Sin r
vounir cannon. As the reverberating 'year
boom was swept across the field, two
After the presentation of the stone. JasDer. Cheanev. Tysks
slightly Inebriated youngsters from .medal, Alpha Zeta held its pledging White, Smith. Wallace. Oreatlm
the'Blue Grass were heard to ihout, exercises.
The men pledged are.
Parr. Buerl. Spencer. Seams.'
Yandall Wrather; Murray; H. T.
Tuskey, Smile. Anat
Cox, Georgetown: Ivan Jett, Rich- - Valrie,
Jones. R. Whitney. H. Whi
It is believed that a prominent Imond; Scott McClaln, Taylorsville, Todd, Swartz, Thompson. McAc
professor of debate of Kentucky has and E. E. Ball, California.
become an ardent exponent of na- Hunt, Rellley, McGrooch,
tional defense In contradistinction to TTnivofcitv Offininlc
Hill, Myer, Newcomb,
neace naets. He sat at the came and tllUVCISllV VSlllWiaiB
Moore. Fennell, Gaunt, Clo,) 1
admired Bobby Dodd's dexterity, and
nett, Skidmore, Sullivan. Biep
on each side of him sat two bruisers
Delta Tau Delta
bigger than i Babe Wright.
Peyton, Shipley. Busn, lit
p ,d t Frank L McV
once they began to fight, and not
C. Coffman. 1 i
according to Hoyle. The professor's f3"1
mnn. Williams. Wooten. Turob
Price. Huffman. Foro.ii
hat was thrown for a loss and then r!"1'
deflated, his hair suffered cruohlnu .u,e ouul""'1. v?lu"V"
Interference. He began shadow box- - ?fs
a?a aannr.zr fY0 Jmhpr Hubble. Phi Delta Holt. Neurti
ing and thus refereed what was a V
t0 December 'a
Humphreys. House, Owens, Huw
better bout than some of those held
nnnn nnnrl 11,111 cnoulr Iwifm-- the Massle. Moore, uatsKKin, nun
"i""" -- v.w.v ...
in iviuaisuu ouuuru uuruen,
Commission on Secondary Schools Ferguson, Hatcher. Murray.
Lambua ini Aipna
on "Standards of Accrediting " Mr
'WautlluT and charniing co- him. Scott. Sour. Dalton. TM
eds rosted her feet and was escort- - Wednesday afternoon on "The Re- - Wheat. Barber. Gartln. Med
"... "r where cistrar and the Dean in the Under- - Ohr. Ray, Ashley.
.u.l.j i, ii,BV,..,.u.,u"
Cooke. Schrvader. Dunn, ba
m o Tinnn nr rnnrs u' lnn run npnnv momlne" he will sneak before the AnHprsnn.
" .wwv, w. w"
whnr n Mark
Moore. Voelcker. Welch, WIS
tco"nuea on Page Ioun
Dean Boyd and Mr. Gillls left
Sunday evening to attend the com
Johnson, Clark. Golson,
mittee meetings which will be held Hillen. Crump. Carraco,
Monday and Tuesday, and Dr. Mc- - Easley, Davidson. Perry. Henderfconj
leave Tuesday evening to
Wmnia TAiifnomanf1 Vey will the General Conference Tucker Fanor, uwens.
Polscrave. Worthlneton, He
meeting which will be held on
nosa. Gess, Roimh Hoblltzeld.l
David L. Ringo, of Lexington, a Wednesday and Thursday.
(Continued on page four!
freshman, was the winner of the
All the Souti,ern colleges will be
annual fall selective tennis tourna- - rercSented and some of the most
ment sponsored oy iroi. it. h promment educators in tho South
Downlnir. coach of the varsity team. ...m i.
which closed last week
wp 4 ociock.
Dr. M M. White was the speaker
during tho fall and to give the coach
a line on the prospect ye materia
at tho regular meeting of the Intcr- ..
bo held Tuesday national Relations Class at McVey
The seminar to
the tourney were '."turning letter
To hall Tuesday night. Mrs. J. O. Jones
men and numeralmen and candi
important speakers were unable to presided at the meeting. Professor
dates for the squad.
Good, Mr. Rose. Mr. white spoke on the intelligence of
Many outstanding performers, in- attend. Mr.
stars, ffleVo1? IgricuK' SI
the different races and their relative
are attending tho university for the town meeting the International intelligence. "It Is very hard to corn-stofirst time, Professor Downing said.
Show in Chicago. They ex-i- nr
thorn In rnsnoct to tho latter
In recognition of his victory, Ringo
lh because of thler different standards.
was presented a silver loving cup by
'environment, and culture," he said.
first of next week.
Kentucky Tennessee Game Are Revealed
'Best Band In Dixie'
Plays Over WROL
Sidelights, Fore, Aft, and Inclusive of
Here December 11
NEW SERIES NUMBER
"Shipwreck" Is Selected
Strollers to Release List of
Eligibles at Annual
HUNTING SEASON FOR
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
FOOTBALL TO BEGIN
REED IS WINNER
In Annual elective