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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL

FRIDAY EDITION
KERNEL

SEMI-WEEKL-

UNIVERSITY

TO BE PRESENT

PEP

MEETING

By JAY LUCIAN
The greatest and most
feud in recent Kentucky history
will again be displayed on 8toll
Saturday afternoon, when
field.
Wallace Wade s Blue Drvtls will
seek once more to exterminate the
Kentucky Wildcats.
Rumor has it that the feud started some dozen years ago. Wade,
then a famous Brown player, but
an untried coach, came to Kentuccoach's Job. The
ky in search of
Athletic council was having an important session and they forgot
Wade, who was waiting outside. He
"waxed impatient." as the saying
goes, and left with the parting
threat that any team he coached
would always beat Kentucky. So
far he has made good his promise.
For nine years his Alabama teams
defeated Kentucky. Then he went
to Duke two years ago and has
beaten Kentucky both times. However, he has found it increasingly
difficult to warrant his boast, especially in the last two years when
Kentucky has
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Music by Rand, New Yells to
Be Features of Tonight s
Student Rally
PROSPECTIVE CHEER
LEADERS TO TRY OUT
SuKy Circle Asks Sororities,
Frats to Enforce Pledge
Attendance
Members of the football team are
scheduled to appear at the pep rally
which will be held at 7:30 p. m.
tonight in the Alumni gymnasium,
preparatory to the Duke game
which will be called at 2 p. in., Saturday on 8toll field. The program
for the rally will include numbers
by the University band, and the
working out of yells which will be
used Saturday, and tryouts for prospective cheer leaders.
The selection of five cheer leaders
who will assist the present cheering team In the next two games will
have been
be made after
held at the pep rally tonight. From
the five who are selected and serve
for the two games, two cheer leaders will be chosen to assist in leading yells at the Thanksgiving game
and throughout the basketball season.- These two leaders will become
regular members of the cheering
team.
for
Persons who desire to try-ocheer leaders must report at 7:25 at
the Alumni gymnasium. During the
meeting they will be given an opportunity to lead the students in
the regular University yells or in
original cheers.
In an attempt to promote interest
and to foster better cheering at the
games, SuKy circle has asked the
sororities and fraternities to cooperate by making attendance at
the pep rallies compulsory for
pledges. SuKy circle will send
the various houses
tonight to announce the pep meeting.
The committee which is in charge
of arranging the rally is composed
of the cheer leaders, Lucy Jean Anderson. Miles Davis, J. B. Croft,
and John Haggard. The cheering
team will appear in new outfits at
the game Saturday presented by
four downtown firms. Graves and
Cox. Kaufman Clothing company,
Angelucci and . Rlngo,, and Shep- -,

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try-ou- ts

PLANS ARE MADE Petitions For Class
FOR DUTCH DANCE
Mortar Board Has Permission
to Sponsor Affair in
Recreation Room of
Pat Hall

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NOVEMBER 3. DATE SET
Mortar Board, senior women's
honorary, has secured permission to
sponsor a Dutch dance to be held
in the recreation room of Patterson

hall, November 3, from 4 to 6 p. m.
Previous to this year, the group
has sponsored an annual tea dance.
To create variety and to take the
place of the leap year dance of last
year, the plan of the Dutch dance
was decided upon. Those familiar
with this type dance know that it
is customary for the women as well
as the men to break and to capi
talize upon the privilege of attend
ing as a stag.
A nominal fee will be charged for
entrance to the dance. Proceeds
from the affair will go to the or
ganization to aid in furthering the
numerous activities of the group.
According to an announcement received from Mortar Board, a cup
will be given at the end of the year
to the outstanding girl freshman
who has fulfilled the expectations of
the honorary in activities on the
campus, scholastic standing, etc.
Chaperones for the dance will be
Dean Sarah Blanding. Mrs. Sarah
K. Holmes, Miss Rebecca Averill,
Dr. Esther Cole, Miss Mildred Lewis. Miss Doria Berkley, Mrs. Eda
Giles, and Mrs. Ttlton, matron at
Patterson hall.
head
Alice Lang was appointed
of the Music committee, with Eve
Dawson as
lyn Grubbs and Jean
assistants. Virginia Lee Moore was
appointed head of the publicity
committee.

herd's.

New Deal Lectures

Will Be Presented

The first of a series of lectures
sponsored by the College of Commerce, Lexington board of commerce, and the International Relations class will be held at the University Training school auditorium
at 7:30 p. m., November 6. A series
of six lectures will be given to acquaint the community with the recovery legislation and Its significance.
Fred B. Wachs. president
of the Lexington board of commerce is chairman of the lecture to
be given November 6. Dr. Frank L.
McVey, president of the University,
will speak on "The New Deal Legislation and Its Administration."

GREEKS MAY BE

SORORITIES COMPETE
FOR CASH AWARDS
Each Monday night one sorority
on the campus will be host at the
Tatewood cafeteria on East Main
street, and the sorority having the
most business on their night as host
will be given a cash prize of $25.
This contest will continue for nine
weeks until each sorority has had

its turn.

THEATER GUESTS
J

Phoenix Amusement Cx .Now
Working with Inter-Fra- t
Head to Complete

Arrangements

OTHERS MAY BE ASKED

Drawings will be held the preceding Friday in order to determine
In appreciation of the voluntary
the host for the next Monday night.
body
The Zeta Tau Alpha sorority was stand taken by the student PhoeChi against theater rushing, the
drawn for the first night.
Omega will be the host next Mon- nix Amusement company annonced
yesterday that It is working with
day night.
Gordon Burns, Interfraternlty
council head, on a plan to entertain a sorority, fraternity, and an
independent group once each week
by having them as its guests to the
regular weekly feature of one of
the theaters under its management.
"Excellent cooperation has been
given us by the University students
so far this year, and we plan to
show our appreciation of their voluntary support agalits't theater
rushing by asking some group each
These smart freshman students week to be our guests at that particular
are gradually finding out that, no companyweek's attraction," said the
officials.
matter how hard they try, they Just
The exact plan as to how the innot teach these Kernel editors vitations will be issued has not
can
been completed, but it is to be ananything.
nounced within the next two weeks.
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All those who are Interested in Tentative plans are that a sorority
debating are urged to attend a and fraternity will be invited on
meeting In McVey hall, Tuesday at the same night, but it Is not known
whether authorities will approve of
7:30 p. m. in room 231.
this. Plans for Inviting the indeStudents who have reported to pendent students will be relased
Captain Harry D. Scheibla at the with those of fraternities and soMilitary department as applicants rorities.
For the past month, the entire
for the varsity and the R. O. T. C.
Rifle teams are requested to report University football squad has been
t the Armory at 4 p m. Wednes- the weekly guests of the amusement
day. November 1, and at 1:30 p. m. company on Monday night.
Thursday. November 2.

Kampus
Kernels

The Home Economics club will
hold Its regular meeting at 7:30 p.
m., Monday, October 30, at the
Agricultural building.

STATE WOMEN DEANS
WILL HAVE MEETING

Dean Sarah Blanding, Mrs. Sarah
B. Holmes, assistant dean of women
Phi Upallon Omlcron will hold a and Mrs. Eda M. Giles. Boyd hull
meeting at 6:45 p. m. Monday at director, will leave Sunday morning
to attend the Association of deans
the Agricultural building.
of women In Kentucky, which is
will hold a meeting being held In Louisville. October 29
at 6 p. m. Monday at Patterson and 30. They will return Monday
evening.
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gained his teams badly, only to
lose through unfortunate breaks.
To show what a respect Wade has
for the Wildcats, he had them
scouted In all of their last three
games and he has his team keyed
to a high pitch for the game.
Perhaps a surprise awaits him
Saturday. An overconfident Ksn-tucteam lost to Washington and
Lee and their feelings have been
aroused to the exploding point. A
great bitterness hangs over the
t?am and each individual member
Is burning with the desire to show
what he really can do and ths opportunity will come Saturday. For
the past week the varsity has-- gone
through a tremendous
amount of
fundamentals and scrimmaging.
The ferocious tackling
and hard
running of the team is an example
of how they fe;l.
The team stays close to the campus. "Big 240" Jobe voiced the feeling of each member of the team
when he said. "We're going to
smash into those fellows with ev-- (
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Officers Due Nov. 3

Election to Be Held in White
Hall Nov. 10; Student
Council in Charge
Petitions for candidates for freshman, sophomore, and Junior class
elections must be turned In to the
office of the Dean of Men by 12
noon, Friday, November 3, according to an announcement by Wesley
Carter, temporary chairman of the
Student council. No petition will
be considered if submitted after
this time. Each petition must bear
25 signatures of persons in the same
class as that of the candidate.
Election will be held in the customary room on the first floor in
White hall. Voting will be conducted from 8 a. m. until 4:30 p. m.,
Friday, November 10. Election proceedings will be In full charge of
the Men's Student council.
The next meeting of the 8tudent
council will be held Wednesday
afternoon, at which time permanent
officers of the organization will be
elected.

ADVISOR

Prof. Cass Robinson Elected
Stroller Soonsor; Has Been
Interested in Dramatics for
Many Years
At a meeting of Strollers, student
dramatic circle, Wednesday at 3:45

p. m..
Cass Robinson was
elected faculty advisor.
Professor Robinson has been interested In dramatics much of his
life, and has participated in many
productions.
At the University of
Chicago he was a member of Friars,
a student dramatic organization.
Being active in local dramatics,
Professor Robinson has played In
the Guignol productions, "Journey's
End," In which he took the part of
Lieutenant Osborne, and "The Circle," in which he played the role
of Lord Portues.
According to Professor Robinson,
Strollers should cooperate with the
deans. "I believe," Doctor Robinson
said, "that the chief difficulty of
Strollers Is that they are a political
clique, rather than a dramatic organization.
As far as their plays
are concerned, I believe that they
should give more of them, instead
of centering their interest on one
revue, such as they have been doing. Many students," he continued, "go into Strollers as an activity
because they have been instructed
to go out for activities by their fraternal organizations, rather than
because they have any dramatic
interest in Strollers as a whole."
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NEW SERIES NO. 13

November 5th FOR THREE

Professional Artists,
Club, Philharmonic
chestra Dated

Glee
Or-

8unday afternoon musicales

will
be resumed November 5 In Memorial hall, according to Prof. R. D.
Mclntyre, chairman of the committee In charge of the concerts. Professor Mclntyre said that the pres-

Tenth

Big Blue, wilh Changed Lineup, Will Try to Break
Wade Jinx

FRANK L. McVEY TO
PRESIDE AT DINNER

KREUTER, DAVIDSON
PUT ON SECOND TEAM

Discussions Are Conducted at
Frankfort and at
Lexington

Ferocious Blocking Marks
Week's Practice Against

Annual Educational
Convention Is Observed
This Week

The tenth

POLITICAL CLUB

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NEW BOOKS RECEIVED

TO HOLD SMOKER

Former Senator Arnett Will

Speak Tonight in Gymnasium to Those Interested in
Democratic Party

A smoker for University men and
nmm interested in the Democrats
party will be held by the Univer-

sity's Young Men's Democratic club
immediately after the pep meeting
in the Alumni gymnasium tonight.
Former state Senator Louis Arnett,
Nicholasville, and Thomas R. Underwood, general manager of the
Herald, will be the principal speakers.
senator Arnett. a nrominent Lex
ington lawyer, has been interested
in the organization or young men s
Democratic clubs for the last ten
and has organized a club In
almost every county in Kentucky.
At present he Is organizing a young
men's democratic club in every col
lege and university in nentucxy.
All fraternities, sororities, and
other organizations are to be represented at the meeting Friday night.
Joe Relster and Douglas Andrews
are in charge of the men's division
and Alice Lang is in cnarge oi me
women's division.
The women's campus committee
Fieber, Edna
Marjorie
includes
Brumagen, Virginia PUzer. Mary
Lowry, Carolyn
Heizer, Martha
Stewart. Elizabeth Jones, Virginia
Bosworth, Lucy Jean Anderson.
Virginia
Lee Moore, Genevieve
Townsend. and Dorothy Anne Dun-do-

a wife?

or is

It

Hallowe'en is the best day of all
the year for discovering Just what

you are to be
sort of better-ha- lf
blessed or troubled with, the identity and sincerity of the true love,
If any, and the outcome of various
amorous adventures.
Monday is
Hallowe'en.
If you do not wish to test the
faithfulness of your supressed or
expressed desire, read no farther I
But if you have secret hopes and
expectations, continue! This might,
be the means of determining your
most important problems.
Perhaps you are lucky enough to
be wooed by two lovers. If you are,
here are two ways of finding out
which is the more sincere. Place
two apple seeds, which you have
named for your lovers, on your eyelids. The seed that falls first Is the
suitor whose love Is not adhesive.
Of course, there Is an advantage to
this spell; the fates may easily be
helped in their prophesy by winking. Or, if you prefer, name walnuts for your wooers and cast them
into the fire. If a nut bursts, that
lover Is unfaithful; but if it burns

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By HENRY McCOWN
After what Is said to have been
the most strenuous week of practice "dished out" to a Wildcat foot
ball squad in recent years. Coach
Harry Carnage's Big Blue team,
with a greatly changed lineup, will
endeavor to break the twelve-yeWadean Jinx and wreck the title
aspirations of the mighty Duke Blue
Devils when they meet in their annual grid battle, called at 2 n m
Saturday on Stoll field.
ADnarent.lv thnrnmrhiw riiurnetoH
with the Door showinor that their
charges made against the supposed- --

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DR. FRANK L. McVEY

Meeting at 4 o'clock Thursday
afternoon in the offices of Ath-

ROTC HONORARY
WILL HOLD MEET
Scabbard and Blade Will Meet
to Observe Birth of

Former President
Roosevelt

GEN. DUNCAN TO SPEAK
Major-Gener-

George B. Duncan,

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letic Director S. A. "Daddy"
Boles, the athletic council rescinded its former action declaring Fillmore
Oilmer,
varsity
football backfleld star, eligible
for athletic competition. The action of the council at yesterday's
meeting prohibits Gilmer from
playing football at the University.
At the session, contracts were
closed and signed for the following games for 1934: October 6,
Georgia Tech, at Atlanta; November 3, A'abama at Lexington:
November 17, Tulane at Lexington; and November 29, Tennessee at Knoxvllle.

(retired) will be principal
speaker at a special meeting of
Scabbard and Blade at 7:30 p. m.
today in the Armory. The purpose ly inferior Washington and Lee outof the meeting is to celebrate the fit, the coaching staff started off
anniversary of the birth of former the week with perhaps the toughest
Pres. Theodore Roosevelt as NationMonday practice session in the hisal Scabbard and Blade day.
tory of the Wildcats. For the first
The various companies and alum- time since the season started, the
ni posts of Scabbard and Blade lo Wildcats blocked with some ferocated at 78 colleges and universities ciousness.
Besides the heavy asand in a number of the larger cities signment of blocking and tackling
of the United States will celebrate practice. Coach B. L. Pribble's powthis anniversary today, and "D" erful freshmen team, armed with
company, fourth regiment, of the Duke plavs, has been run acalnst
local company U cooperating with the Big Blue every day this week.
the others in this celebration.
Due to the poor showine of some
This afternoon at Arlington cemof the Wildcats in the W. and L.
etery, Washington. D. C. members game, several changes have been
of Scabbard and Blade will decorate made in the starting lineup. Capthe tomb of the Unknown Soldier tain "Dutch" Kreuter, and last
in memory of the three thousand year's captain, Bud Davidsdn, have
members of their organization who been shifted to the second team,
participated in the World war.
and "Oyster" Frye, a fighting flank-maThe national society of Scabbard
and Bill Jobe. 235 -- pound
and Blade was founded nearly 30 sophomore tackle, have replaced
years ago at the University of Wis- them on the first string. Darnaby.
consin by five cadet officers, and who has been trying out for the
last year a memorial flagpole was center position, has been shifted
erected at that institution by the back to a guard berth and will
society in honor of the founders. probably start against the Wade-meIt now has 78 chapters In 45 states
Bill Jacobs, who has seen
and a total membership of approxi- quite a bit of action this season
mately 20,000.
probably will start at a guard poThe purpose of the society is "to sition.
defend American
traditions and
Unimpressed by the blocking disideals, promote the interests of R.O. played by his blocking backs, Coach
T.C. training, preserve and develop Gamnee has been using Miller, who
the essential qualities of good and recently recovered from a back
efficient officers, and to spread intel-gein the place of Jack Jean, the
Information
concerning the Wildcat's ace blocking back who inmilitary requirements of our coun- jured his shoulder again in the W.
try."
and L. game and has been unable
to take part In any of the rough
stuff this week.
The Wademen have been hard at
work all week in preparation for
their
and are
CAMPUS taking battle with the 'Cats see that
every precaution to
record of three straight wins
their
and Wallace Wade's twelve can be
One of
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WILLIAM PATON
TO VISIT

The following new books were
received by the rental shelf on October 12: Paractine Case, Hitchens;
Missionary Council Is
Wonder Hero, Priestly; Forgive Us
Brought to U.K. by
Our Trespasses, Douglas; Soft Spot,
Y Groups
Hutchinson; Always a Grand Duke,
Alexander: Fault of Angels, Hor-gaMr. Pete and Company. Rice;
TO SPEAK TO STUDENTS
The men's campus committee in- r,
Vanessa, Wapolc; Little Man, Whit
Reis-teNow. Tallda; The Farm. Bromfleld; cludes Douglas Andrews, Joe
William Paton,
London. EngGordon Llsanby. Phil Ardery,
Jipsy Wagon. Kaye Smith; Miss
land, will visit
University SatBishop, Aldrteh; and Master of Howard Kreuter, Roscoe Stephens, urday, Sunday, the Monday. Octoand
Jack Mohney, and Landon Cox.
Jalna, La Roche.
ber 28. 29. and 30. under the auspices of the Y.M C.A. and Y.W.C.A.
Sunday afternoon Mr. Paton will
address approximately 150 students
from colleges In eastern and central
Kentucky.
Sunday at 7:15 p. m. Mr. Paton
will speak at the Maxwell Street
Presbyterian church. All students
Now, here's one for the "Ag" stuwith a steady glow until It is ashes,
dents. Take a handful of hemp and faculty members are invited to
that lover's faith is true.
as
Maybe you do not know the name seed, go out alone at midnight and attend the service, to it will be the
only meeting open
all students.
of your true love yet. Here is how sow It. While doing so, keep sayMr. Paton is one of three secreyou can learn it. Pare an apple; ing. "Hemp seed, I sow thee, hemp
Missiontaries of the
hold the peeling by one end in your seed, I sow thee; let him or her that ary council. International
a graduate of
He
fingers, swing it around your head is to be my future love come after Oxford university, is
headand
three times and let it fall. It will me and pull thee." Then look over quarters are in London, his
England.
land in shape of your lover's your left shoulder, and you are supMr. Paton has travelled widely. He
initials. Of course they mitsht be posed to behold the likeness of the spent many years in
India doing
If you see no work
hard for anyone but you to read. future sweetheart.
colleges. He was
in
If you are Scotch, Dame Custom image, you can conclude that you formerly Indian secretary of the
general
says throw a ball of blue yarn out will never marry or that there is a
National Christian council of India.
of a window, but hold to one end mistake in the experiment.
The first meeting at which Mr.
This next one Is for the ladies
of the thread.
Then when you are
speak will be a banquet
nearly half through rewinding the only. Sweet maiden, before you go Paton willat 6:15 p. m.
in Boyd hall
yarn, call loudly, "Wha hauds?" and to bed, place a sliver of wood In a Saturday
will be attended by about 75
the name of your future wife or glass of water beside your bed. In which
from Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.
husband will be answered to you. the night you will dream of falling students
C.A. cabinets of the University and
An Irishman has to repeat the from a bridge Into a river, but no Transylvania college. His subject
ooner than you hit the water, you
Pater Noster backwards while reInterpretation of the
winding the yarn In order to get the will be rescued by your future hus- will be "An
band, whose face you will be able Present International Situation."
correct answer.
There are many ways of actually to see quite plainly. Try It; wouldDR. FINNEY WILL SPEAK
seeing an apparition of your mate-to-b- n't it be thrilling t
These are only a few of the many
Wet the left sleeve of a garways of vaticinating- your future
Dr. H. O. Pinney, University phyment, hang It before the fire to
dry, and then go to bed and watch. love affairs, but you should be eith- sician, will address the Dutch Lunch
About midnight the lover will come er well satisfied or sorely disap- club at noon today In the recreation
and turn the drying article. If you pointed by the time you have tried room of Patterson hall. Dr. Pinto Africa for
don't see the Image, you .can say the one disclosed here. Oood luck ney was a missionary coming
that you must have dropped oil to to you next Monday night I I hope 10 years prior to his spent to the
on "Ten
sleep and missed It. This works for they work, but if they doiit you can University, and will
try mem again the next Hallowe'en Years in Africa."
anyone.
Three-Secretari-

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SCIENCE GROUP

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Hallowe'en Opportunities Are Many
By HELEN ALFREY
Do you want a husband

Freshmen

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Dr. John W. Manning, associate
professor of political science, left
yesterday
for Atlanta, Georgia,
morning to attend the annual meet
ing of the Southern Political
He will conScience association.
discussion on
duct a round-tab"County Consolidation In the
South" at the conference.
Doctor Manning Is the author of
several articles on county consoli
dation which have appeared in the
Municipal
Review, the
National
American Political Science Review,
Political and So
the Southwestern
and the
cial Science Quarterly,
South Atlantic Quarterly.
The Southern Political Science
association is a regional organization affiliated with the American
association.
Its
Political Science
membership consists of the leading
political scientists In the South.
The conference Is usually held in
Atlanta This year its sessions will
continue for three days. Doctor
Manning will return to Lexington
Sunday morning.

CATS, WADEMEN
CLASH AT 2 P.M.
ON STOLL FIELD

Presides at Banquet

DAYS

Educational
ent series will be, artistically, the conference sponsored by the Kenbegan, tucky Education association and the
musicales
finest since the
University was begun yesterday and
several y;ars ago.
Outstanding professional artists, will continue through Saturday at
University philharmonic orchestra. Frankfort and Lexington for the
University glee clubs, and promi- discussion of the work of the Ken
Educational commission.
nent local musicians will assist in tucky Frank L. McVey will preside
Dr.
presenting the programs. The serbanquet Friday night at the
ies calls for 19 concerts during the at the
months of November, December, Lafayette hotel. is as follows:
The program
January, February and March. The
Thursday morning: 10 a. m.
closing concert will be presented
10:30 a. m.
Palm Sunday when the glee club music and Invocation;
Our Theme." Superintendent A. D.
will present Mendel- Owens, president of
and orchestra
the department
ssohn's oratorio, "The Elijah."
of superintendence, Newport; 10:45
Ths University philharmonic or- a. m. "The K. E. A. and the work
chestra, with Prof. Carl Lampert of the Commission," by Superinten
conducting, and with Miss Jose- dent D. Y. Dunn, president of the
phine Parker, soprano, will open Kentucky
Lexington ;
association.
the series November 8. Professor 11:15 a. m. "Financial AdministraLampert has the finest orchestra in tion in Kentucky," by F. D. Peter
years this season, and music lovers son, director. Division of Finance,
look forward to hearing it at the department of education, Frankfort.
opening concert.
1:00 p. m. music; 1:30 p. m.
Funds for the musicales are proKentucky School Reorganization
vided for through the music com- Program," by Dr. Shelton Phelps,
mittee of the University which Is dean of the graduate school, Oeorge
given a certain amount from stu- Peabody college. Nashville;
2:30
dent fees. President McVey con- p. m. "The Work, of the K. E. A.
ceived the Idea of having Sunday Interpretation Committee." by Sup
afternoon musicales for cultural in- erintendent Harper Gatton, chairfluence when Memorial auditorium man of the committee, Madison-villhad Just been completed. Ever since
3:15 p. m. Business meeting.
Thursday evening. Capitol notei,
then the musicales have been pre
sented each year. Since the first Frankfort. 7 o'clock address. Dr.
concert was given, the audience has James H. Richmond, superintendent
Frankfort;
grown from 200 to 800.
of public Instruction,
Prominent artists who have ap- 7:30 p. m. Dr. Frank L. McVey,
peared on Sunday afternoon musi- - president of the University of Ken
cale programs are: Harry Farb- - tucky. Lexington; special music.
man, Frank Kneisel, and Samuel
Friday morning, state capitoi.
Thavien, violinists;
the Heerman House chamber, address by Dr.
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trio, and the Tallefson trio; Miss
Dwight Anderson, Daniel Ericourt,
Harry Meyers, pianists; Mary Anne
Kaufmann Brown. Lucia Shagnom,
Marie Haston, sopranos, and Laura
Doone Jackson, contralto.

Manning Attends
DRAMATIC CIRCLE
Atlanta Meeting
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PROGRAM LASTS

Musicales Are
Kentucky Has Never Won
From Wade's Grid in en To Be Resumed

FOOTBALL TEAM

KYI AN DANCE
TOMORROW NIGHT IN
MEN'S GYM

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Social Science Academy Will
Elect Officers at Meeting
at 12:15 p. m. Today in
University Commons
Mr. Ben Kilgore. Louisville, executive secretary of the Kentucky
Farm Bureau federation, will SDeak
on "A Rational Program of Legisla- - ,
tion for the 1934 Kentucky General'.
n.vrmuiy at mj annual meeting OI
the Kentucky Academy of Social
Sciences to be held at 12:15 today
in ths University Commons. The
meeting will be presided over by
Prof. James W. Martin, director of t
the University bureau of business
research and president of the at
Officers for the ensuing year
will be selected.
In addition, a committee will report on ' Possibility of Establishing
a Journal of Opinion In Kentucky"
to be sponsored by the academy.
The committee Is composed of Dr.
Charles J. Turck, president of Centre college, chairman; Prof. W. J.
Moore. Eastern Teachers' college,
and Prof. J. C. Jones of the University.
Dr. Turck also will give a report
on "Affiliation with the Kentucky
Academy of Science. "
Other officers of the academy are
R.
V. Terrill. - Morehead
State
Teaghers
college,
Prof. J. B. Shannon, Transylvania
college, secretary-treasure- r;
Prof.
W. J. Moore, Eastern State Teachers college, Richmond, and Dr.
Charles J. Turck, member of the
executive committee.
The meeting will be open to all
persons interested In social sciences.
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Billy Huston
Charles Bennett
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result in
victories but they DID NOT nickname them the "Hitless Wonders,"
because of this fact. Does not the
fault revert to the persons seeking
to "correct" it?
We repeat, for the benefit of some
persons, that the student body is not seeking trouble and
they, as a whole, are backing the
team in its sincere efforts to play
the type of football that will reflect
the greatest amount of good-wi- ll
upon the University of Kentucky,
an institution known for its sportsmanship upon the football field and
high-scorin- g,

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Roy Hogg
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Norman Oarllng

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In the passing- - of "Jack" Dicker,
many students and alumni of the
University have lost a true friend.
It has been estimated that more
than 5,000 students came In contact with the rental and intelligent engineering professor during
his long term of service to the
institution.
A man who sought to help students in their personal as well as
their scholastic problems, John B.
Dicker established himself in the
hearts of all persons who were
fortunate enough to know him.
A recognized authority In the
pattern, woodworking, blacksmith -ing, foundry, and machine shop
divisions of the College of Engineering, he sought to Instill in the
minds of his students the prin-

BARNUM WAS RIGHT
An editor of sports on a local
newspaper makes the bold statement that it is the fault of the
students that the University does
not have a fighting team. Before
going further, we want it known
that the) students do not think that
the Wildcats are a listless ball club.
We also want it known that the
student body is back of the team in

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elsewhere.
The Kernel, the official publication of the student body of the University of Kentucky, is desirous of
defending the students against these
unjust attacks. We bear no malice
toward any person or group of persons but merely wish to be known
for doing the things that will not
reflect any criticism upon our University. We have been accused of
doing something that would not
bear out our trad