The Kentucky Kernel
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
LEXINGTON, KY.. APRIL 4, 1924
SILVER CUP OFFERED III
FIELD MEET OF CLASSES
UNIVERSITY of KENTUCKY GIRL'S RIFLE TEAM
M. C. A. IS HOST AT
BIBLE DISCUSSION CLASS
Compete For Positions on The
Varsity Squad For
Three Classes With Attendance
of One Hundred Per
MUCH INTEREST, SHOWN
track meet of
The first inter-clathe season began Wednesday, when
some fifty-od- d
track athletes turned
out on Stoll Field to determine the
class championship of the University.
The regular sixteen events are being
held in the same manner as in a dual
A silver cup has been offered to the
winning team by the Athletic Department. A team must win the cup four
times in succession to ibecome the
permanent owner. The freshmen, who
won the cup last year, seem to be
slight favorites this year, as sophomore class representatives.
It will take three days to run the
meet, as the dashes and) hurdle 'races
will have to be run in heats, because
of the great number of entries.
The time schedule for the meet is:
4:00100 yard dash trials.
high hurdle trials.
CAPTAIN OF KITTENETTES
4:30 Mile run, final.
4:55220 low hurdle trials.
4:00 High jump finals.
High School PlayWas
4:30 Shot put finals.
ers for Two Years ;
high hurdle, finals.
PLAY FORWARD POSITION
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Lexington Girl, Who Was on the
Squad Last Season,
THETA SIGMA PHI HOLDS
Pledged to Honorary Fraternity
Theta Sigma Phi, national honorary
journalistic fraternity for women, en
tertained the women journalism stu
stends with a tea at Patterson Hall
from 4:30 to 6 Saturday afternoon. At
5 o'clock, the pledge service, which is
held annually, was conducted for thirteen girls who have done outstanding
work in the Department of Journalism,
Those pledged were: Margaret
Louise Burks, Rachellc Shack-lettFrances Kane, Mary Frances
Campbell, Susan Clay, Katherine Elliott, Marvis Sternlberg, Nancy Stevenson, Mary Stallings, Mary Catherine
Gormley, Amanda Gordon and Frances
Lee, sophomore honor girl.
Before the pledge service was held,
Miss Marguerite McLaughlin, alumnae adviser of Chi chapter, made a
brief address, explaining the purpose
and meaning of Theta Sigma Phi. To
become a member, the candidate must
be either a journalism major or minor,
must have done three years or the
equivalent of three years superior work
in journalism, must have a creditable
standing and have had
some material published of which she
was the author.
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Dr. J. Archer Gray is Principal
Speaker at Annual
Dashes and Hurdles Have Many
Candidates Entered in
ANNUAL PLEDGE SERVICE
Dorothy Kerth was elected captain
of the University of Kentucky girls'
and Virbasketball team for 1924-2ginia Kelley was chosen manager at
a meeting of the 1923-2- 4
Dorothy Kerth was high scorer on
the Kittenette team for the past season, and one of the best floor workers.
She is forward on the mythical
girls' team and was chosen
center the last two years
she attended 'high school at Paducah.
Virginia Kelley was a member of
squad, a steady worker,
the 1923-2and a peppy basketball player. She
is a Lexington girl, outstanding
The girls awarded K's at the meeting are: Dorothy Kerth, Lucy 'Wilson,
Helen Keifer, Elizabeth Helm, Leola
Klopp, Mabel Hill, Bessie Boughton
and Eugenia O'Hara.
According to the rotation of offices
the following persons are to serve for next
Alpha Gamma Delta; Secretary, Virginia Shively, Alpha Xi Delta; Treasurer, Elizabeth
in the Women's
LOST Phi Kappa Tau badge, with
initials "W. F. H." Finder please return to Carl B. Boyd.
men were guests at a
banquet given by the student Y. M.
C. A., Tuesday afternoon at 5:30, at
the Lexington Central Y. M. C. A.
building in honor of the members of
three Bible classes conducted in rooming houses of the University of Kentucky and of the Bible class of the
Kappa Sigma fraternity, during the
of the Maxwell Presbyterian Church,
last ten weeks. Dr. J. Archer Gray,
gave an adress and E. S. Melton,
leader of the Washington Avenue Bible class, and Bob Hunter, leader of
the Kappa Sigma class, gave short
talks. A singing service was also held.
The three rooming groups had 100
per cent attendance at the Bible
classes which have been conducted for
the past ten weeks under the auspices
of the Y. M. C. A. at the University.
A. T. 0. FIVE WINS THE GIRLS' RIFLE TEAM HAS These are at 287 South Limestone, 356
South Upper, and 149 Washington
TOURNEY GOOD RECORD FOR PAST Avenue, and were led toy J. E. Dunn,
S. R. Hill and E. S. Melton, respectively.
The Kappa Sigma fraternity
U. OF K.
Defeats Delta Chi in a Very SEMESTERJT
group was led by Professor Yates, of
Close Game By the. Score of
the English Department of the Uni18 to 11
Shoot One Point More Than The versity and finished with a 96 per cent
Combined Scores- - of Their
The finals of the
At the beginning 25 Bible Class
kerball tournament were played Tues
groups were organized in the different
day evening in the old gym. After
WIN 3 LOSE 4 MATCHES fraternity rooming houses of the city
a hard fought game, the Alpha Tau
by Bart N. Peak, secretary of the Y.
Omega fraternity emerged victorious No Competitive
Firing Engaged M. C. A. Two of these groups dropped
over the Delta Chi five with the final
in During The First
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The game started with the Delta Chi
quintet taking the lead by making a
The girls' rifle team of the Univerfield goal in the early minutes of plaiy. sity of Kentucky was defeated in its
The Alpha Tau Omega five followed final match,
with a free goal and the first half con- University last week. The individual
GIVES PLEASJNG CONCERT
tinued in this manner. The half ended scores of the highest five in the
with .a score qf 8 to 7 in favor of the nati-Kentucky
match are as folDelta Chi team.
Programs Are Becoming More
The Alpha Tau Omega five came
Popular With Music Lovers
back strong in the second half and aft Baird
ter overtaking the Delta Chi quintet, Peters
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The concert of the Philharmonic
98 Society at the Romany Theatre SunStrashun
day afternoon was delightfully rece.v-e- d
QUARTETTE WILL BROADCAST
by an audience that filled every
During the 1924 season the Kentucky seat in the little play house.
A quartette that will accompany the
has scored one point more
The society was fortunate in securSenior Engineers on their inspection
ing the services of Mr Fred Bagshaw
trip, composed of R. B. Clem, C M.
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of Lexington, who kindly offered his
Spllman, J. W. McDonald and E.
time and talent and played the solo
sing Over two radio
TO PARTICIPATE vilo
broadcasting stations during the SenIN
STUDENT GOVERNMENT of India,"iu a charming manner .Miss
Jeanette Lamport played a violin solo,
Saturday, April 5, at 6:15 LexingAstor Hogg and Thomas BaJlentine
ton time, they will sing over station hae been selected to represent the Stu- "Londonderry Air" aranged by Kreis-le- r.
Three Brahms valses were favorKDKA at Pittsiburg. Tuesday, April dent Government Council at the con
ites with the audience and Victor
8, at 7 p. m., Lexington time, the will
vention of the Southern Confederation
Herbert's "March of the Toys" was
iing over station WGR at Buffalo.
of Colleges to be held at Chapel Hill,
especially enjoyed. Before each seNorth Carolina, April 10, 11, 12. The
lection Mr. Lamport made a short tallc
University of Kentucky was recently
coucerning its composer and theme.
invited to become a member of this
These concerts are attracting wide
attention among music lovers of LexGivens Martin and Clyde Gray have
ington, and Professor Lampert, direcbeen selected to repesent the council
The announcement comes
tor of the orchestra, is pleased with
Knox-villat the Mid West Conference at
from the office of the President
reception. They fill
Kentucky their enthusiastic
Tenn., May 1.
that the Easter vacation begins
a real need in the musical life of the
has been a member of this association
Thursday, April 17, at 8 a. m.,
community and are up to the standfor several years.
and continues to Tuesday, April
ard of the productions of the Music
The Student Council will be elect- 22, at 8 a. m.
Department, representing some of its
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