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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL

TUESDAY EDITION
SEMI-WEEKL-

Y

KERNEL

UNIVERSITY

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY,

VOL. XXVII.

Noted American Litems
Will Be Guest Speaker
At 10 A.M. Convocation
Doctor Dana, Poet Longfe!
low's Grandson. Will Speak
On "The Longfellow House
In Cambridge"

PHI BETA KAPPA

OF ANCESTRAL HOME

Lectures

11

Are On Schedule Of
Week's Activities

Dr. Henry Wadsworth Longfel
low Dana, American Uterus and
professor of the Cambridge school
of the drama, will speak on "The
Longfellow House In Cambridge" at
a general convocation at 10 a. m.
this morning in Memorial hall.
Doctor Dana Is the grandson of
the poet Longfellow and Richard
Henry Dana, author of "Two Years
Before the Mast." He Is at present
curator of the Longfellow house In
Cambridge and has been living In
the house for 20 years. Doctor

Dana has a great deal or unpuD-lishe- d
material concerning his poet
grandfather. This afternoon at 3
p. m Doctor Dana will give an Il
lustrated lecture on "Eugene
O'Niell" in the auditorium of the
University training school. The lecture will be under the auspices of
the University Women's club.
Doctor Dana will discuss "New
Experiments in the Theatre" at another Illustrated lecture Wednesday
morning at 10 a. m. In Memorial
hall. Doctor Dana Is an outstanding authority on the theatre, having
studied both In America and abroad
for many years.
A round table discussion on play
writing will be held at 4 p. m. Wednesday afternoon In room 213, Mc-Vhall. The discussion will be of
particular Interest to those Interested In the art of play writing. Doctor Dana has taught play writing
in America and abroad. He received
his doctor of philosophy degree in
comparative literature from Havard
and has taught in the Thatcher
school In California. For five years
he was assistant professor at Columbia university, and he taught
for two years at the University of
ey

Paris.
Closing the series of lectures,
Doctor Dana will present an Illuson "The Russlon
trated
Theatre" Wednesday night at 8
o'clock In Memorial hall. He has
been a student of the Soviet theatre
for many years and has made fre-

Students, One Alumnus

CHICAGO IT. MAN TO BE
SPEAKER AT BANQUET

fice.

In addition to points listed
on the sheet, students who
are members of the Student
Council, advanced band members, and members of the
swimming team will be granted recognition.

UNIT WILL FETE
FOUNDING DATE
College Of Engineering Will
Hold Celebration Of Fif-

tieth Anniversary Of Its
Founding

A fiftieth anniversary celebration
of the founding of the College of
Engineering will be held on the
campus Friday, April 30, with num
erous graduates of that college ex
pec ted to attend from all parts of

the United States.
The Agricultural and Mechanical
College of Kentucky's catalogue an
nounced the first course leading to
a degree in engineering for the
year 1886-8and the program of
events scheduled for April 30 will
commemorate that year.
An address at 10 o'clock in the
morning by President McVey will
begin the ceremonies In the chemistry lecture room In Kastle hall.
That afternoon, from 2 until 4:30
o'clock, open house will be held In
Inthe College of Engineering.

Dr. Richard Foster, '16, Ohio
U. Department Head
To Be Initiated

Popular,
And
Classical Songs Selected
For Program
r,

Sing-Sinfourth Community
sponsored by the Association
of Women Students, will be held
In Memorial hall tonight at 7:30
o'clock. Contrary to a previous an
nouncement, the sing will be held
indoors.
Miss Mildred Lewis, of the de
partment of music, will conduct,
The committee in charge of the
is composed of Sara Gen
try, chairman, Madge Regan, and
Ruth Ecton.
Although there will be a majority
of popular songs presented, the program will also consist of
and classical selections.
Mrs. Sue Durham Griffith will be
the accompanist.
During the past school year,
three successful Community Sings
have been held. Both students and
townspeople are Invited to attend.
g,

Fourteen senior students of the
College of Arts 'and Sciences and
one alumnus, the largest number
ever to be Inducted at one time Into
membership In the Kentucky chap'
ter of Phi Beta Kappa, national
honorary scholastic fraternity, will
be initiated Friday afternoon, May
7, prior to the fraternity's annual
banquet that afternoon at the La
fayette hotel
Dr. Richard A. Foster, head of
the department of English at Ohio
Music Festival
University, a graduate of the Uni
verslty in the class of "16, is the
alumnus who will be initiated.
More Than 3,000 Sudents Are
The students who will become
Expected To Take Part
members are: Lucille Gaines Baugh,
In Contests
Winchester; Ernest Benton Brown,
Morton's Gap; John 8. Chambers,
A reunion of University men and
Lexington;
Bettie Gilbert,
Thomas J. Holbrook, women with high school boys and
girls second in scope only to the
Redbush;
Bettie Julia Mitchell,
Portsmouth, Ohio; Ike M. Moore, reunion which accompanies the anLexington;
Theodora
Nadelsteln, nual state high school basketball
New York City; David Randall, tournament will take place Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, when
Lexington; Mary Shraberg, Lexington; John B. Spragens, Lebanon; the 13th annual high school music
Walter Thomas, Ashland; Ruth festival will be held In Alumni
Weatherford,
Mumfordsvtlle;
and gymnasium. Memorial hall, and the
Training School building.
Dorothy Whalen, Lexington.
More than 3.000 high school stuDr. Simeon E. Leland, Chicago,
professor of economics. University dents from 150 high schools
of Chicago, and formerly a member throughout Kentucky will particiof the faculty In the College of pate in the festival, according to
Commerce, will be the speaker at officials of the department of extension, which Is sponsor of the afthe annual banquet.

semi-classic- al

Program Arranged
For

fair.

Sadler Appoints
Frances Sadler, president of the
Association of Women Students,
yesterday
appointed Rae Lewis
chairman of the Campus Cousin
movement for next year.
Miss
Lewis is
of the organization.
As her committee Miss Lewis appointed Dorothy Wolfe, Jane Freeman, Mary Jane Roby, Dorothy
Wunderlich, and Frances Young.
Anyone Interested
may secure
membership cards from Mrs. Lebus
at the Woman's building, Mrs. Collins at Patt hall, Miss Gardner at
the Dean of Women's office, or any
member of the committee.
ent

spection of new buildings, those
now under construction and plans
for proposed new buildings will be
included In the tour of inspection.
Students in the college will act as
guides for all visitors.
At 6:30 o'clock Friday, an anniquent trips to Russia to study the versary
dinner
at the
latest developments In the Russian Lafayette hotel, will be held Thomas
at which
drama. Doctor Dana has trans- H. Cutler alumnus of the Univerlated various Russian plays Into
CAMERA CLUB SEES
English. At present he Is engaged sity and State Highway Engineer,
FILM DEMONSTRATION
and George A. Sager, Jr., state diin writing a book on the Soviet rector of
the Public Works Admintheatre.
The newly organized Camera club
will be the speakers. Gov.
While on the campus, Doctor istration, Chandler,
Lieut.-Gomet in the photographic dark-rooB.
Dana will be the guest of Dr. and Albert Johnson haveand been In- of Julian Cox, Instructor in the deKeen
also
Mrs. Frank L. McVey at Maxwell vited to address
partment of anatomy and physiolothe banquet.
Place.
gy, Friday night and witnessed a
demonstration of
Professor Cox explained and demonstrated how films are developed,
printed, and enlarged.
The club is planning a field trip
Bert Combs And John L. Dav- for Sunday, May 2, Dave Lewis.
chairman, announced at the close
is Will Re Taken Into
A banquet, combined with the anof the meeting.
Order Of Coif
nual spring Initiation ceremonies,
was held Sunday night at the Patio
Bert Combs and John L. Davis, ADAMS ADDRESSES MEETING
by Lances, honorary fraternity for
were seniors in the College of Law, will
Junior men. Thirteen men
Dr. Jesse E. Adams, head of the
initiated into the active chapter be initiated into the Order of Coif, department of philosophy of edu
society, at a banquet
men will be in- honorary law 12S
and three other
students and fac cation, and director of the summer
ducted later, as for various reasons of more than
ulty of the law school at the La- session, addressed the general sesthey could not be present.
sion of the Northeastern Ohio
Lances is composed of one mem- fayette hotel Thursday night.
Association Saturday at
The principal address at the ban Teachers' Ohio. Doctor Adams spoke
ber from each Greek social fraternquet will be made by Robert P. Canton,
ity of national standing on the
on "Needed Emphasis in Present
campus, as well as one Independent. Caldwell, Ashland, past president, Day Education.''
of the State Bar association. The
These men are chosen for their
leadership In scholastic and extra- musical program for the evening
curricular work on the campus. is being prepared by Amos aH. Eblen.
The Order of Coif is
Each man Is pledged and initiated wide organization which nationreceives
while a sophomore, to serve his
not more than the upper 10 percent
active term In his junior year.
The list of new initiates Included of the graduating class each year
at the institutions where there are
Thomas Watklns, Sigma Nu; Loren chapters.
Lillis, Delta Chi; E. C. Wooten,
Delta Tau Delta; Raymond SutherPROGRAM PRESENTED
land, Independent; Wickllffe HendBy GEORGE KERLER
ry, Triangle; Jack Way, Kappa
BY BEREA STUDENTS
Sigma; Carden Meers, Alpha Tau
The vicissitudes of five women
Omega; William McConnell, Alpha
The Agriculture-Hom- e
Economics including a grouchy, critical grandGumma Rho; William Young, Sig- club of Berea College presented a
ma Alpha Epsilon; Bill Cathof, program for the Agricultural society mother, an understanding widow
Sigma Phi Epsilon; E. M. Allen, Thursday night in the agricultural settling everyone's domestic and
Kappa Alpha; William Hall, Pi building. Logan Brown, president marital shortcomings, a small town
Kappa Alpha, and L. R. Haeburn, of the society, presented Ralph spouse weary of monotony and of
Phi Delta Theta.
Cundlff, who presided over the a professor husband who wont
Walter Coe, Phi Kappa Tau, Berea program.
wear garters, a petulant flapper
Robert Rankin, and representative
As Berea has several students en- seeking, solace from an irresistible
of Lambda Chi Alpha and Sigma rolled from other countries, talks prankster, and the mental war beChi fraternlUes will be initiated at were made on the different customs tween career and love in a beautilater meetings.
and types of marriages In Japan. ful young lady are the highlights
A Korean, Mr. Kun Hyun, who of John Van Druten's three-acame to Berea in 1933, told about drama "The Distaff Side" which
the agricultural conditions in Korea. opened a week's run In regal
fashion last night at the Guignol
TEACHERS HEAR SHANNON
theatre.
All the action takes place In the
Dr. Jasper B. Shannon, assistant living room of the widow, Evle
professor of political science, adplayed admirably by Dorothy
dressed a luncheon meeting of the Dyer Rodes. The plot involves the
Lexington Teachers club Saturday tarings of Mrs. Mlllward's daughat the Lafayette hotel. Doctor ter, Alex (Bur bar a Smith), who has
All
fraternity presidents,
Shannon spoke on "Democracy In limelight aspirations but as yet has
treasurers, house managers,
the Professions."
e
done nothing more than
and members of the
parts in small shows. She has had
Council are reSINGERS TO GIVE CONCERT
love affair with and is loved by
quested by Dean T. T. Jones
Toby Chegwidden (Frank Willis) a
to meet with him at 7 o'clock
The University Choristers, under
d
fellow about to be sent
Monday, May 1, in room 111,
the direction of Miss Mildred Lewis, to Hollywood as a director. Toby preMcVey hall. Dean Jones has
will give a concert at 8 o'clock sumes he will take Alex to Ameri
numerous matters of importTuesday, May 4, at the Paris high ca as his wife. But he encounters
ance to discuss with these
school auditorium in connection opposition
when Alex meets a
men and it is imperative that
with the observance
of Music handsome blade, Charles Hubbard
they all be present.
Week. Miss Helen Farmer will as (Frank Davis), whose father writes
sist with vocals.
and casta plays. Alex sees her
m

v.

Law Honorary Will
Junior Honorary
Induct Two Seniors
Holds Initiation
For New Members

photo-finishin- g.

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NEW SERIES NO. 53

MAY DAY PLANS

Frat Officers

Asked To Meet
With Dean Jones

Mill-war-

one-lin-

long-haire-

ARE ANNOUNCED
BY

SUKY CIRCLE

Crowning Ceremonies To Be
On Stoll Field And Are
To Be Followed By
Varied Program

Coach Striplin Says Delay
Of Meet Will Greatly
Strengthen Chances
Of Winning

Checks

Available

At

THINLIES TO MEET
VOLS ON SATURDAY

Business Office
N.Y.A. checks for

month March

Awards And Pledging Will
Take Place At Annual
Convocation
Preliminary plans for the 1937
May Day celebration, to be held Friday, May 7, under the sponsorship of
Suky, were announced yesterday by
the program committee composed of
Ann Lang, Dave Salyers, and Elliott
Beard.

Petitions for the 1937 May
Queen are due In the office of
Dean Jones before 5 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon. The elec-

the work

Same

10 may

between
be obtained
the
hours of 9 and 11 a. m. and 1
4 p. m. today at the busiand
ness office.
Officials of that department
stress that this will be the
last opportunity for students
to obtain these checks.

RACQUET TEAM

Line-uWill Be Used
As Was Given For
Last Meet
p

The University track team will be
hosts to the Berea College thlnlies
Wednesday afternoon at 2 p. m. on
the Stoll field track In a dual meet
which was postponed from last
Saturday because of heavy rains.
Another bitter foe, Tennessee,
will come to Lexington Saturday
to engage the Wildcats in their second Southeastern contest of the

STARTS

tion will be held Friday, April
31. from 9 until 4 p. m. in the
Only
building.
Administration
Junior and senior women with a
standing of one are eligible for
the honor. The names of at
least 25 male students must appear on petitions.
Only men
students of the University with
proper Identification- will be permitted to vote. A queen, maid of
honor, and four attendants will
be elected. The candidate receiving the highest number of
votes will be queen. The five
receiving the next highest number will be the maid of honor
and four attendants respectively.
Candidates names will appear In
Friday's Kernel.

ON TOUR

Tennis Team Begins Extended
Southern Trip And Will
Play Four Matches With
Conference Teams
Leaving this afternoon on their
Southern tour the University tennis
team will play four matches with
schools in the Southeastern Conference. Sewanee will be the last
match on this trip.

Events of the day will begin with
the annual convocation at 10 a. m.
in Memorial hall, where pledging
ceremonies will be held by various
(Continued on Page Four)

The meet which was scheduled
to be played between the Wildcat
tennis team and the Berea College racqueteers yesterday afternoon on the Berea courts was
rained out. The car in which
the netsters were returning to
Lexington overturned six miles
outside off Berea but none of the
occupants were hurt.
They will arrive in Knoxville

History Honorary

Installs Chapter
Installation ceremonies for the
Tau chapter of Phi Alpha Theta,
national history honorary fraternity, were held at a dinner Saturday
night at the Lafayette hotel with
Dr. M. A. N. eleven, University of

Pittsburgh, acting as installation
officer.
Vey, Dr. Edward

ATTENDS CONFERENCE
PLEDGES INITIATED
Prof. Victor
of the deBY THETA SIGMA PHI partment of Portmann attended
Journalism

Chl chapter of Theta Sigma Phi,
national professional and honorary
fraternity for women In Journalism,
held Initiation services for Elizabeth Doyle, Lexington, and Vera
Gillespie, Mayslick, Friday evening,
April 23, with Theo Nadelsteln,
president, presiding.
Active members of the organization who assisted wete Betty Earle,
Mary Reese Land,
secretary; Dot Whalen; Virginia
Robinson, and Mrs. Ed. Parker,
alumnus,
advisor.
Other pledges
of the fraternity, including Leslie
Lee Jones, Marjorle Riester, and
Joanna Saylor, will be Initiated in
September when they have attained
their Junior classification.

NYA

FEATURE WILL BE
MOTHER'S WEEK-EN-

Principal speakers on the pro
gram included Pres. Frank L. Mc
Tuthlll and Doctor
eleven.
Charter members of the fraterni
ty are: Jane Day Auxier, Anne
Land, Doris Sickler, Louise Walton,
Mary G. White, Mrs. Ray Murphy.
will be William Bell, member of Henry L. Adams, Donald King,
Symphony Orches
the Cincinnati
James P. Oliver and Roger C.
tra, and Eugene J. Welgel, profes- Womack.
sor of music at Ohio State. Dwlght
Anderson, University of Louisville, PROFESSOR PORTMANN
will Judge the piano events.
tras Saturday.
Judges in the vocal events will
be Joseph A. Leeder, Ohio State
University, and David Nyvall. di
rector of vocal music, Chicago
public schools. In the band
and orchestra events, the Judees

Track Squad Will Be Host
To Berea Track And Field
Team Wednesday At 2P. M.

the meeting of the executive committee of the Kentucky Press Association held Friday and Saturday

In Campbellsville.
The committee voted to bring the
summer meeting to Lexington. It
3
with the
will be held June
members as guests of the Board of
Commerce, the Lexington Herald
and the Lexington Leader.
22-2-

night and play the University

to-

of

Tennessee tomorrow afternoon.
From there they go to Atlanta and
meet Georgia Tech on Thursday
and will then travel over to Athens,
Ga., to engage the University of
Georgia In a tilt. Sewanee is next
on the list and is met Friday. There
will be a great deal of difference in
the result of this match and the
one that was played here last Fri
day at least that is what the team
thinks and hopes.
This was Sewanee's tenth match
and it was small wonder that they
defeated the Kentucky racqeteers
They have won ten straight
matches this year without dropping
one. Kentucky on the other hand
had only one match before the
Sewanee and and were not in the
best of condition.
The men that will be taken on
the Southern trip are: Warfield
Donohue;
Phil Englebardt;
Bob
Evans, acting captain; Francis Montgomery, Walter Botts, and Oscar
Wisner. Coach H. H. Downing will
be In charge of the team.
1.

Seniors Pledged By
Commerce Honorary
Applicants Are Selected On
High Standing In
Commerce

season.
Coach C. F. Striplin believes that
the few extra days of delay will
strengthen the trackster's chances
of winning the two meets. "Red"
Simpson, who was at home last
Saturday visiting his family, returned to the team yesterday and
will be available against Berea.
The Berea boys boast of a Javelir
thrower who is capable of bettering 180 feet and with Simpson, who
is one of the best Javelin tossers in
the South, absent, the Kentucky
team had despaired of winning this
event.
Captain Ben Willis' improvement
in the sprints in the past few days
has brightened Coach Striplln's outlook on the coming meet. The
Berea team is much stronger in the
dashes this year than it has been
in the past, and close races are expected in the 100 and 220 yard
events.
Although t h e Mountaineers are
always strong In the distance
events, their runners should not
threaten Dave Rogan's supremacy
in the half mile and mile runs. On
the other hand Rogan will not be
entered in the two mile and a victory for the Berea team is almost
certain unless Durbin and Steck-mes- t,
the 'Cat's two entrants in the
event, show marked improvement.
One of the largest crowds to
a local track meet witnessed
the meet which the Wildcats won
from Vanderbilt a little over a week
ago, and a much larger one is expected at tomorrow's contest.
The same line up with the exception of Simpson who will take part
in the Javelin and shot put, which
was to start last Saturday will make
up the team which will take on the
Mountaineers tomorrow afternoon.
Willis. Forden, and Heineman will
run the 100 yard dash; Willis,
Heineman, and Pritchard the 220;
Doyle, Hillard, and Ledridge the
440; Rogan, Hillard. and Dean the
880; Rogan the mile; Durbin and
Steckmest the two mile; Willis,
Forden, and Curtis the low hurdles;
and Willis and Curtis the high
hurdles.
In the field events Carlisle,
Leonard, and Curtis will be the
broad Jumpers; Carlisle, Curtis, and
Raynor or Head the high Jumpers:
Nevers, Hinkebeln, and Davis will
throw the discus; Nevers, Linden,
and Simpson the shot; Simpson,
Combs, and Miller the Javelin; Miller and May will pole vault;
Rogan, Hillard, and Doyle
will make up the mile relay team.

at-e- nd

Beta Gamma Sigma, honorary
scholarship fraternity of the College of Commerce, announces the
Bart N. Peak, secretary of the election of the following seniors:
"Y," will take part in the program Charles Brooks, Henderson; Robert
of the adult fellowship assembly Waddell, Upper Darby, Pa., and
of the Kentucky conference of the Chester Jones, Hima. These men
Methodist Episcopal church, South, were selected because of their high
on May 11. The two-da- y
meeting scholastic standing in the field of
commerce.
opens on May 10.
Formal initiation for (the new
members will be held during the
Delta Sigma Chl, men's journmonth of May. Officers and memalistic fraternity, wiU hold an
Sigma are Dr.
bers of Beta Gamma
Important meeting and initiaL. H. Carter, president; Prof. W. A.
tion at 8 o'clock tonight at 324
Tolman. secretary, and Dean EdAylegford Place. AU member
ward Wiest, treasurer, Prof. R. D.
and pledges are urged to be
Mclntyre, Dr. W. W. Jennings.
present,
Prof. Wendell Beals, Prof. James
W. Martin,
Prof. Robert Haun,
Lances.men's Junior honorary, will
Philip McGee, Elizabeth Lutkemetr,
chance of getting a star role in
Nellie bored with Main street so- Dan Scott, Paul Tanner, and Mor- hold a meeting at 7 o'clock Thursday at the Sigma Nu house. This
Hubbard's
next play, provided ciety and a loyal but unpasslonate ton Potter.
is the first meeting of the new initiCharles puts In a good word for husband, comes to Mrs. Mlllward's
ates and all members and pledges
her. He does and Alex gets the home to flatter the widow's serenity
PROFESSORS ARE ON
are urged to be present.
part.
and Liz's
CONVENTION PROGRAM
The situation tangles between
There will be a meeting of the A.
Alex's potential marriage and career
Granddam Venables hobbles to
W. S. Council at 5 o'clock WednesFive members of the mathemaand is climaxed by a chaotic but and from her armchair and contics department will speak at the day in the A. W. 8. office.
cheerful ending.
stantly plays the role of a
termagant, deploring her convention of the Kentucky section
This strife among the younger
set sees Mr. Willis as superb In his daughters and Alex's slightly un- of the American Mathematics asMortar Board, senior women's
honorary, will meet at 5 p. m.
sociation Saturday in Louisville.
sarcastic lines but he changes from conventional deportment.
Each speaker will give a fifteen Thursday, In the Woman's building.
cynicism to devotion somewhat
But the star of the cast is Evie.
quickly. Frank Davis is correctly Her gracious, sincere words of en- minute talk. They are: L. W. CoOmega Phi Alpha will meet at
cast as a charming, elegant example couragement, her stamina through hen, who will discuss "Continuity,"
of haberdashery and a convincing promoting Grandma's birthday par- Fritz John. "Inequalities," C. W. 7:15 o'clock Thursday in the Y. M.
Williams. "Note on Quadric Forms,' C. A. rooms.
menace to a happy ending. Miss ty, and her counsel to the
K. L. Palmqulst,
"On a Certain
Smith pouts and smiles well, wears
are positively endearing.
There will be a dinner meeting of
beautiful clothes, and is an acting
Minor female roles are carried by Ring in the Field of Quadric Equaand visionury treat.
Granddam's companion, Mrs. Splc-- er tions." Prof. C. O. Latimer will ODK at 6 o'clock Thursday, in the
Built around this plot are the
(Sara E. McLean), a mechanical deliver an hour address on "Recent University Commons for the purpose of electing new members. All
tribulutions of Grandmother
gossip arsenal; the maid Rose (Sara Developments in Quaternion Arithmembers are urged to be there.
(Mary Sue Waldrip) and her Gaitskill),
who serves cocktails metic."
three daughters. Evie Millard, Liz splendidly; and Theresa Venables
KVLAND INTERPRETS PLAY
Plans for a party or weiner roast
(Ann Hart Millward) and (Jean Abel) destined to be a like
Frobisher
will be discussed at an Important
Nellie Fletcher (June Ratchford).
her grandmother.
"Les Precleuses Ridicules," a meeting of the University H club
To Evie, valiantly true to her
Involved in the lesser male roles
husband's memory, come her two are Roland (Mason Mcintosh). Fiench comedy by Moliere was pre- at 7 o'clock tonight in the AgriMr. Whltehouse
sisters, Liz and Nellie. Liz Is a refu- Evle's medical student son, as a sented Friday night by a group of culture building.
Asbury College students in the au- will also be present to discuss the
gee from a wealthy middle-age- d
typical
youth charditorium of the University train- University
club's part in the
playboy whose
behavacterized by ease and
ior drives her to Evie for consolaacting; Christcpher (Ben Buf-fet- t) ing school and was Interpreted tn Junior Week program.
tion. Liz is excellent as a hands-wringenacts the understanding English by Dr. Hobart Kyland, head
The Social Service group of the
and flings herself from sofa
Platonic gentleman who of the department of romance langto chulr with competent tragedy wishes to marry Evie; and Gillie uages. A banquet was given by the Y. W. C. A. will meet on Wednesday, April 28, at 3 p. m. in the
She sparkles with excellent lines (ilarlowe Dean), Liz's problem, is French club at 6:30 o'clock in th
by
personified
prodigality
and supplies most of the lighter
and training school with Dorothy San-te- n Women's building.
(Continued on Page Four)
In charge.
spats.
PEAK ON PROGRAM

Kampus
Kernels

The Distaff Side" In Regal Opening
As Guignol Presents Season s Finale

ct

Inter-Fraterni- ty

A special event of the program
will be an
high school
chorus concert at 2:30 p. m. Friday, consisting of approximately 350
selected voices. This concert will
be directed by Dr. Hollis Dann, New
York, who has conducted many
state, regional, and national concerts. It will be held in Alumni
gymnasium,
and the admission
price will be 25 cents.
soloists and small vocal enThe
sembles and the piano events will
be held Thursday, the Glee clubs
Friday, and the bands and orchesall-sta- te

Committee Head

7,

talk

Hall

The

Friday

Points of candidates for
Omicron Delta Kappa must
be turned Into the Kernel
business office by Tuesday,
April 27.
Students who believe they
have nearly enough points for
admission are urged to turn
them in. Entry blanks may
be secured at the business of-

AWS To Sponsor

Semi-Popula-

MEMORIAL HALL

27, 1937

--

Chosen To Be Inducted
In Rites Set For

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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
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of talk" can make between 13 and
$10 a day.
Dr. Bailey conducted a boarding
house for a personal study of road
knights and found BO percent of
the stories fabrications but so convincing thai they themselves eventually believed them.
Contrary to general belief. Dr.
Bailey disclosed, hoboo despise pies,
cake, and sleeping In haystacks.

two metropolitan comedy
riots. He kissed Orazy a hands and
mumbled "I want young ladies like
you."
Robinson Just sat by leering. The
gais git giddy every time they think
Walt until he starts
of Dennis.
reciting poetry. He quotes volumes
on the silgtest provocation.

he
beam
the
and when he does a gong clangs.

Spying On
Other Campi

Sl'EAKlSG IS SIMILES:
By (,K)lt(.F. KLRl.t R
He's as ignorant as the stoogenis who thought
When a swliigmaiiiacal mob
C. sponsoicd the peace stnke.
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that the R. O. T.
enough to exercise
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shackles
to yen strains against the
A La Major Bowes
...she's as toy as the freshctte who told hei bandstand chmlng the brass, apbeing met at PrinceSenility makes loves to youth. initiative is
Walking into classes late and
swooning
heartbeat that his pin was the prettiest she ever plauding the reis and mere ac iom natural.
ton by the introduction of a "free leaving early Is becoming a thing
over the crooning; when
Dick Robinson introduced Theo week" during which upperclassmen of
he was as embarrassed as the man who quaintance.'! hug you as the ork
wore...
the past for St. Thomas College
Nadelstein and Orazy Silverman to
dreamed he was on Main street in his pajamas, blasts out chorus after chorus of Dennis Mulligan, a grey haired In- can carry on study independently. students. An electric eye detects
Even while the
organized chaos; and mhen
tellectual who la one of the Tavern s The Juniors and seniors are being the miscreants. Is turned, a perprofessor's back
and woke up lo lind that he was. . .she's as tactstudents, senseless except Identity marks.
released from classes for the week son can't slip In or out undetected,
less as the hostess who sits you next lo your pet to the horn licks, are engrossed in
Mr. Mulligan became enraptured preceding the annual spring vaca- for
light
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HERE SHALL THE KERNEL ALL
STUDENT RIGHTS MAINTAIN

peeve with the words, "1 know you two will love
each other you have so much in tonunonl". . .
as dumb as the senior who still thinks its smart
and collegiate lo tut convocation. . .as dopey as
the question, "What would you do if 1 kissed
your1". . .and as mysterious as the lovc-bug- l

rhythm srrlmmimrs, then, In terms
you've got
of sofa vernacular,
something.
8uch was the scene at the Phi
Sigma Kappa streamlined minuet
presented last Saturday night by
Andy Kirk & Company to a packed
swayground and to
chapcroncs in Uw Alumni arena.
This fraternal Jubilee did nothing
towards solving Volsted's problem.
Rather it tended to dissolve it. Frequent visits to parked sedans by
fellows reviving lading friendships,
cloying in the cloisters, and exhalations reminlnscent of the bar rag
down at Hermans combined to
make the cords unrivaled women
of beauty and magnetism and to
make the Physlg mazurka one of
the favorites for the 1937 entertainment crown.
The campus congratulates this
four star attraction.

hi extreme sat- sfattion The
Step Toward
A
Knurl wishes to reCleaning Up
DUST LOOK SOW, BUT -t- hat
pot t that the first
Honoraries
prof is writing the quiz questions on the
tangible move to
campus board with his finger instead of the chalk, again!
wards expounding honoraries on this
has been made. Repeatedly it " uicn
be taken. THEORIES.
ed in this column that such action
The month of MAY brings
women .students are
This week a committee of
elections, and banquets, and linals,
of existing wominaugurating an investigation
and initiations, and pledging, and
en's honoraries.
installations, and awards, and alum
senior women's organization,
Mortar Board,
a
breakfasts, and farewell teas, and
is someTo help Do Ann Young spread
will conduct this campaign, and while it
WORS T OF ALL,
be inthe news we'll announce that Douwhat paradoxial that an honorary should
ble F. Davis is shipping to Lexingfeeling to us poor
of
that
other honoraries, the capability
ton six English saddle horses from
vestigating
SENIORS1
his ranch in Paducah. With these
women, and the sincerity of their action,
these
the Delts will establish a riding
The characademy, open to all pretty girls,
qualify them to conduct t