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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
UNIVERSITY

TUESDAY EDITION
KERNEL

SEMI-WEEKL-

OF

SOCIAL AFFAIRS
FOR COMING YEAR
Danr,

14 Dinner

Hops, 7 Tea Hops
Are Listed
DANCE DATE
REMAINS UNSELECTED
L

Jenior Prom and Senior Ball
Dates Are Fixed Bv Regulation and Custom
social functions Intea dances, house dances,
dinner dances, and guest dances
were approved by the social committee of the university and was released yesterday, following a meeting of the University Senate. The
dates of the Junior prom and the
senior ball were not Included on
the list released. These dates are
always fixed by regulation and cusSixty-thre-

GYM.

KENTUCKY

NEW SERIES NO. 20

e

cluding

tom.
Due to past actions on the part
dance
of students the
will not be held on the traditional
last Friday before the Christmas
holidays. Last year several students
were penalized of actions at the
ic

dance and authorities found it
to change the date of
the affair. It will probably be held
some time In January, according to
a statement Issued by members of
the student council who assists in
making the social calendar.

Is Now
Available

Sunday Vesper

New Appointments Added To
Tentative Ones of Sept 28;
Unchanged Ranks ConBest
tinue In Force

Lampert

Developes
Philharmonic Orchestra
In Years

In

By JOAN CARIGAN

AGRICULTURISTS

FESTIVAL

Three Honorary Grouos Active In Pledgin? New Members; 2i Taken Into
Organizations

ROBERTS WINS CONTEST
College of Agriculture and the
Block and Bridle club held their
annual Fall Festival Friday night,
November 18 at the university Judg
ing Pavilion with approximately 200
Joining in the celebration. OUle J.
Price acted as ringmaster for the
.
occasion..
A novel attraction on the program
of the evening was a milking con
test in which the faculty 01 xne
Agriculture college participated. The
w nnpr nf this uniaue event was
Prof. George Roberts, head of the
department of Agronomy. The Block
and Bridle club. Alpha Zeta, and
Phi Upsilon Omicron, national
fraternities for Agriculture
students, held their formal pledging exercises during the progress
of the evening. The following were
pledged:
Block and Bridle: James Law
rence, Noel Leigh, Samuel Tuttie,
Buford Morgan, Frank Williams,
John W. Clarke. James H. Clark.
John Brenan. George Guffey, Horace Nicholson, Edgar Gardner, J.
L. Karnes, Joe McDanlel, Thomas
Johnson, and Boyd Wheeler. nor-ac- e
Alpha Zeta: Ricnara Ainson.
Nicholson. Henry Alms, James
Cooper, Duard Bayles, and Herman
Roth well.
Three were pledged to rm upsn- on Omicron. They are: Mrs. u. j.
Jones. Mary White, ana uenev
Broadbent.

section Is unusually fine, while excellent tonal quality la maintained
at all times. A larger number of
players In the second violin, viola,
and cello sections gives a depth of
tone that the orchestra has lacked
In previous seasons. Every section
of the orchestra showed evidence
of careful rehearsal which makes
for a finished performance," said
Prof. R. D. Mclntyre In his review
of the performance.
Overture to "Oberon," by von
Weber, was chosen to open the program and the performance was a
thoroughly fine one. The delicacy
and brightness of the opening sections, coupled with the brilliance
of the passages for the strings,
which follow, were given full play
and the audience responded with
the tribute It deserved as the final
chords were heard. The famous
prelude to Act I of the great Wagnerian opera "Lohengrin" was the
second number. Thontrh one of the
most difficult orchestrial selections
toperform efTectlvelv. the musicians
gave it a nohl rendition. The ethereally beautiful na'siees for the
strings in the opening meawe's
were exonisitely p"rrormrl. wnile
the trombones sounded forth in a
truly manner as the Grail theme
was developed.
Three short numbers which followed were "Spanish Dance No. 1,"
by Moszkowski; th3 melodious "Intermezzo," from "Cavalleria
"Two
by Mascagnl,-an- d
Guitars." by Horllck; tliey weu
great favorites with the audience.
Professor Lampert's arrangement of
"On, On U. of K." brought the
program to a close.
Soloist on tne program was xviary
Anne O'Brien, harpist, who gave a
delightful performance of an ar
rangement or the ow weicn air,
"All Through the Night." A trio
including Miss O'Brien, narpisi.
David Young, violinist, and Robert
Allen, celloist, played the familiar
and melodious "At tne rooK, Dy
'
Rolsdeffre.
The fourth concert of tne series
will be presented by the Toiieisen
Instrumental trio, or New xora
city, Sunday, November 27.
Pledging of three memoers to
Mu Alpha, honorary and professional music fraternity for men, was
held Sunday afternoon at the sun-da- v
musical. The names of the new
uapurso,
pledges are Alexander
Philadelphia, Pa.; Milton Mendle
sohn, Reading, Pa., and Joe Mc
Daniel, Cynthia. Ky.
Rusti-canna,-

".

W ILL

Starts In Gym at 8:15

SCIENCE, FICTION

"Best Band in Dixie" Will Be
There to Cheer 'Cats to

IN RENTAL GROUP

EMMERICH IS MAJOR

The program presented by the
University Philharmonic orchestra,
under the direction of Prof. Carl A.
Lampert, at the third concert In
the series of Sunday afternoon musk ales at 4 p. m., Sunday, in the
Memorial hall, was given an enthusiastic ovation at its conclusion
by the largest assembly of friends
and patrons of the season.
"Professor Lampert has developed
the best orchestra he has had In recent years, this season. The string

ratings. Other features in
eluded are a catalogue of faculty and staff and listings of
honorary and fraternal organisations.
The book was compiled by
the registrar's office and
printed by The Kernel. It Is
dated October, 1932. Directories were not issued In 1930
and 1931 because of lack of
funds.

HOLD

To Give Fourth

Third Musicale

Want to know that blonde's
name. All right, It Is available at last.
Copies of the first student
directory issued by the university since 1929 are not? be-issued through the post
office, McVey halL The books
are free and may be obtained
by aU students by calling at
the post office.
Faculty and staff members
dealrlng copies of the directory may obtain them at the
office of the registrar. Downtown merchants may procure
copies through application at
The Kernel business office.
Names of all students In the
University are Included in
the work. In addition, are
listed telephone numbers, addresses, colleges, and class

necessary

Seventeen house dances as scheduled will be held on the following
dates: December 3, Pi Kappa Alpha; January 7, Phi Kappa Tau,
Phi Delta Theta, Triangle, Alpha
Lambda Tau, and Delta Tau Delta;
February 4, Alpha Lambda Tau;
February 18, Alpha Gamma Bho;
March 4, Sigma Nu; March 25, Kappa Sigma; April 22, Delta Tau Delta; April 29, Phi Sigma Kappa; and
May 6, Kappa Alpha and Sigma
Chi,
The 14 dinner dances will be given on the following days: December
2, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Sigma Nu,
AInha Sigma rni, ana w. a. a.;
December 16, Sigma Nu; January
13, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and Alpha
Sigma Phi; February 17, Sigma Alpha Ep lion, and Triangle: February 24, Phi Delta Theta; March 31,
Alpha Sigma Phi; April 7. Sigma
Alpha Epsilon; May 12, Triangle;
and May 19, Alpha Sigma Phi.
Seven tea dances will be given.
Dates set are: December 3, Cadet
Hop; December 10, Theta Sigma
Phi; January 7, Cadet Hop; January 14, Alpha XI Delta; February
11, Alpha Gamma Delta; February
18, Zeta Tau Alpha; and March 18,
Cadet Hop.
Only two guest dances will be
given before the beginning of the
second semester. The full lists of
25 dances follow: December 3, Strollers; December 10, Kentuckian;
February 4, Delta Tau Delta and
Alpha Sigma Phi; February 11,
Delta Zeta, and Kappa Delta; Feb-

To R.O.T.C. OFFICERS

Attracted

BE PR A YERS
TONIGHT AT SUKY RALLY

CHEERS

Tollefsen Trio

BREWER SELECTS

Large Audience

1932 Directory

PAN-HE-

TONIGHT IN ALUMNI
ISKINtt A DATE

8:1

LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1332

VOLUME XXIII

17 Home

PEP RALLY

V.

f

New appointments In the R. O.
T. C. regiment hsve been announced by Major B. E. Brewer, com-

mandant. Tentative appointments
made September 28 will contnlue in
as changed In the new
force

Thirty-Volum-

:

e

Victory

By MARVIN MARKHAM

Collection In

"Methought I heard a voice ory,
'Sleep no morel Macbeth dotb murder sleep.'
From the stilly distance of William Shakespeare comes this hoarse
whisper, but tonight in the Alumni

Library Will Be
Increased

OPEN" TO STUDENTS

'

if

.'

rental collection of recent books
for general reading Is now avail
able at the University library. The
collection has been placed behind
the loan desk, and the rental fee
will be the usual one of three cents
A

order.

Harry Emmerich, senior In the
College of Arts and Sciences, and a
member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity, has been made a major in

the regiment. Other appointments
r
are as follows:
Captains, regimental staff: J. H. Each Member of Group Is
C. R. Maxson, 8-T. Well Known
Mills, 8-Aritst on IndiW. F. Whltson,
M. Helm,
vidual Instrument
First lieutenants, battalion staffs:
L. A. Herron, C. R. Smith, Roy M.
Tollefsen trio, New York City,
Lee, F. S. Morrison, 8. E. Stratton,
will present the fourth Sunday afF. R. Worley.
Company A: Captain, O. J. Price; ternoon musicale of the season Nofirst lieutenants, R. W. Alford, R. L. vember 27 In Memorial auditorium.
Wheeler, R. O. Davis, W. B. Dick- The personnel of the trio Is as fol
son. Company B: Captain, F. M. lows: Augusta Schnabel - Tollefsen,
Lockridge; flist lieutenants: W. R.
Meredith, R. W. McVay, Stanley pianist; Carl Tollefsen, violinist,
and Robert Thrane, cellist.
Bach, R. H. McOaughey.
While the Tollefsen trio has long
Company C: Captain, H. W. Baker; first lieutenants, S. F. Mussel-ma- n, been recognised as one of the great
yet
C. O. Wallace, T. Qulsenber-r- y, chamber music organizations,
H. B. Gaunt Company E: each member of the group has be
Captain, W. H. Steltler; first lieu- come recognised and famous as a
tenants, E. C. Barber, R. E. Ratllff, distinguished exponent of his respective Instrument.
The program
J. R. Nunnelly, J. E. Ransom.
Company F: captain, L. B. Davis; will' be a varied one consisting of
first lieutenants, J. W. McRoberts, trios, cello solos, and piano solos.
The program follows:
J. G. Begley, M. L. Foster, J. M.
I. Trios:
Carter. Company G: captain, W.
Bolero Fernandes-Arbo- s.
A. Luther; first lieutenants, H. E.
Serenade Salnt-Saen- s.
Talt, C. T. Adams, W. M. Marrs.

gymnasium, SuKy will find that at
least one time during the year
cheer leaders, prayers, edlto.lals, or

artificial stimuli are unnecessary to
bring from the leather lunged students cheers that are more like
prayers, but which have more stentorian, heartfelt notae than a metropolitan baritone; and for blocks
around the gym "there shall be no
sleep." For tonight at 8: IS, under
the auspices of SuKy, the last pep
meeting of the year will be held to
Instill Into the big Blue team tn
stuff it takes to whip the Tennes-

1'

Only about 30 volumes are in.
eluded In the collection at nresent
but more will be added from time
to time if the use of the collection
Justifies. It Is planned to make the
rental library
by using the profits to buy new books.
students as well as facultv mem.
bets are asked to suggest books
which they would like to see placed
In the rental collection.
The following books were includ
ed In the original rental group:

2;

1;

S-- 4.

S-- 3;

Vivace

see Volunteers.
The Beer Keg, empty, perhaps
for the last time, will be brought
from its den In the fastness of the
Tennessee hills, and after the game
uenerai Literature:
will entrain for Its northern trek
Alexander, Grand Duke of Russia to its real home the trophy case
Once a Grand Duke.
in the Alumni gymnasium. It will
Barry, Philip Animal Kingdom.
take a mighty Wildcat machine to
Beebe, William Nonsuch. Land bring it back. That machine can be
of Waters.
made mightier yet by the cheers
Bradford, Gamaliel Saints and that It will receive tonight when it
Sinners.
departs for Knoxville.
Capek, Karel Letters from Spain.
There will be speakers, yells,
Chase, Stuart A New Deal.
songs, and finally,
a parade
Dlmnet, Ernest What We Live from the gym to theafter
station, where
By.
more yells and songs, and fighting
Filene, Edward Successful Liv music by the "best
band in Dixie"
ing In this Machine Age.
will rip open the atmosphere, cries
Franken, Rose
LanAnother
of, "We'll see you In Knoxville"
guage.
will take
'Cats out of the
O'Neill, Eugene Mourning Be Southern the
station.
comes Electra.
Hie 90 - piece University band
Tarbell, Ida M. Owen D. Young.
Trot.'ky, Leon History of Russian will not follow the team until
Wedneoday. They will leave at
Revolution.
11:30 p.m. Wednesday
from the
Fiction:
Union station. Upon their arrival
Bridges. Ann Peking Picnic.
they will form outside
Bromfleld, Louis
A Modern in Knoxville
the station and will march f.om
Hero.
u,u
Burke, Fielding Call Home the there to the Andrew Johnson' will
Fararaut hotels where they
Heart.
,iuuby.
Chapman, Marlstan The Weath give short concerts in the
After the game, during which th. y
er Tree.
(f, nica:,U"at; ail
or thti.
Deeping, V.'arwiek Old Wine and Hill
fo:mations and several new oucj,
New.
among which is a unique marching
Dos Passos 1919.
routine done to the tune ol ' W8
Faulconnier. Henri Malatsle.
Won t Be Home Until Morning",
Gibbs, A. Hamilton Undertow.
thev will return to the hotel and
Gordon, Caroline Penhally.
all except the radio band which will
Green, Anne Marietta.
Green, Julian The Closed Gar broadcast that night will be
den.
Latest reports tell us that an ex
Green, Paul Laughing Pioneer.
delegation of' Blue
Hilton, James And Now, Good ceptionally large to Knoxville for
supporters will go
bye.
the game, and SuKy wants everyHull, Helen Heat Ligntning.
one out tongiht for the pep meetMorgan, Charles The fountain.
Morley. ChristopherSwiss Fam ing.
ily Manhattan.
Peterkln, Julia Brignt oKin.
Y.W.-YJ- L
Re
Alice Benefits
Roseman,
ceived.
Stuart Pigeon Irish.
Young, Francis Brett Mr. and
Mrs. Pennington.

Godard.

II. Cello Solos:

Chant Ruse Lalo.

Book Collection
Loaned to U. K.
Library Display
Materials

from Home

of

Judge J. H. Mulligan Shown
In Mai!?, .".ill.

Serenade E;pegnole Glazounow.
HI. Trios:
Scandinavian Folk Music Set
tings Sandby.
The. Riding Messenger (Danish)
Song of the Dale (Swedish)
Spring Dance (Norwegian)
IV. Piano Solos:
Soaring tchumann.
Arajsesaue Lechetlszkjr,

Saint- of the Uni Saens. On the second floor
V.. Trio
versity libra. y in the main hail
Theme and Variations In A Min
dooks
case - containing
there is a
or Tschaikowsky.
and other materials from- the coir
Judge Hillery Mulligan,
lection of
loaned to the library by Miss
Kathleen Mulligan. This collection
will be on display for a month.
There is a fine old copy or tne
English Bible called the "Vinegar" Phi Beta Honorary Will Give
Rihle. nrlnted at Oxford In 1717.
Music and Readings at
This copy is from the library of
.. Y.W.CAV Vespers .
oenrce I of England. It is bound
in blue morocco wltn me Koyai
Phi Bea! honorary music and
Coat of Arms and Initials.
dramatic., sorority, will present a
Among other books on display program of music and readings at
are:
the regular Y. W. C. A. vespers at
"A Tiestitution of Decayed inter 7:30 p. m. Tuesday in Patterson
llgence by the Study and Travell of hall. ..Elizabeth Hardin, chairman
R. V.", printed in London In 1634. of the program committee of Phi
Delta; Februruary 18, Delta Delta
"Works by Josephus," a very early Beta, Is In charge of the program,
Adcock Is Director, Thomas
ary 24, Military Ball; February 25,
edition printed at Venice in 1488.- which Is as follows:
Is Master of Ceremonies a
Of All tne JMOOIO rUrhrnnll-Pi Kappa Alpha, and Alpha Delta
Harp solo, "All Tnrougn tne
Theta; March 4, Sigma Chi; March
Party in Honor of Freshnerours of the Romalnes," printed Night," Thomas; by Mary Ann O'
11
Phi Rlsrma Kama. and Sigma
at TinHnn In 1571.
Brien
man Class
Alpha Epsilon; March 18. Lambda
Musical reading, "When the Frost
"Letter from the South, Written
March
Chi Alpha, and Chi Omega; 25, Tri- the Sum-n- r Is on the Punkin," James W. Riley;
Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. of
During an Excursion in
Tau Beta Pi: March
to enteribi A" hv the author of by Lois Neal, accompanied by Jean
Word has been received here from the University
Theta;
nirle: ADril 1. Phi Delta
student body with an
"inhn Bull and Brother Jonathan. Foxworth at tne piano
the director of the Tulane band tain the narty Friday nigh.t Novem
and Kappa
April 8, Phi Kappa Tau
Harn-violnumber, "Ave Maria,
a book nresented to James nmcrj
that during the visit of the band ber 18 in the gymnasium of the Uni
Alpha; April 22, Alpha Oamma
Gounod: by Mary Ann "Brien. harriiirl,n hv Dr. John Browne.
players from Tulane, two of the
May 6, SuKy; May 13. Alpha
Rho;
Lyklns,
enough to versity High school, xne pany, givplaster death mask 01 pist and Dorothy selected) violinist
A white
Five Seniors and One Junior David Garrick is another feature of Reading (to be
by Jane players were unfortunate two
Lambda Tau; and May 20, Kappa
piay en to honor of the freshman clats.
lose their overcoats, wniie
Sigma.
Hon
Become Members of
Ann Matthews
saxophone section mis was attended by zoo entcusrasric
f v. jvrilpr.tian.
Old Refrain," ers in the
Violin solo. "The
students.
ory Leaders Group
Judge Mulligan was American
SUKY PLANS GRID BANQUET
Dorothy Lykins, nlaced their band cans.
The party began with vaudeville,
According 10 me coimauuKuuu
rvmni at Samoa where Robert Frits Krelsler:by bv
Mary Ann O'Brien
accompanied
Hugh Adcock, assisted
Sigma
were Initiated
Six new members
Nine men were pledged to
which was directed to Prof. Elmer directed by Thomas, and some of
annual varsity football ban- Louis Stevenson lived, and was a at the plana
The
col-tiSulzer. the Tulane band director, by Wtldan
miPtf riven each year ny eun.y, Delta Chi, International profession- into Omicron Delta Kappa, honorat personal friend of his. In the
on
black
Frederick Hard, believes that the the most gifted students part the
tnHvnt nen oreanlzatlon, will be al Journalism fraternity, at a meet arv cammis leaders fraternity, 5:30
thra is a nair byof Robert Pre-MedicIn
took
Initiation held
cans were taken by souvenir hunt campus. Those who were Wlldan
ing of the organization,
iooth-- r
al
the
sllnners worn
hoM this vear at one of the down
hall. The Louis Stevenson.
ers, and that tney win oe giaa j the entertainment ceremonies and
In McVey hall. Men
There Is also I
town hotels, shortly after Thanks- - Thursday, membership must equal p.m. Friday In Memorial
return them after the thrill or ac Thomas, master of
initiates. Dleaeea wovemoer a, wem photograph of Robert Louis Ste
eligible for
iHvinir according to UUDerc cings
wnu
scholastic guests of honor at a banquet held venson lying on his death bed.
auirlnn them has worn off. He re tap dancer, Elizabeth Harain,
hiirv. nresldent of 8uKy. Plans for nr exceed a certain
society quests tnat tne caps De reiurneu plaved a piano preiuae, uonuiu gave
must have aenniteiy at 6:30 p.m. In the Phoenix hotel.
The Pryor
th. affair will be discussed In at the standing and intentions to oe proLouise Johnson, who
met Thursday, November 18, in the and writes that they will be glad a tap and
today
indicated their
The principal speaxer ai tne
MiMtimr of SuKy
routine, Charles Hatchett, pi
Pledges are: banquet was Dr. William Moseiy
to offer a suitable reward for their
archaeological museum. Dr. Emer
gymna
fessional lournalists.
basement of the Alumni
anist, Robert Hess, crooner; nia.jr
recovery.
son Maxwell, head of the depart
Moses Fried. FlemingsDurg, ivy.. Rmwn. national secretary of the
slum.
nis King Montgomery, pianisi; neien
Professor
Hard indicated
ment of Bacteriology, was tne prin'
senior. Arts and sciences coiiege; fraternity, who is on a national in
Morrison, who gave an Imitation of
of
senior,
trip of the
Fri B. Martin. Lexington, rrea a. spectionorganization, various circles Y M. C. A. student finance cam- - cipal speaker. discussed "Develop' pleasure and appreciationshown tne Edna Wallace Hopper; Jacn crain,
to
kindness
friendliness and
Dr. Maxwell
imroaucea uy
nf the
Arts and Sciences college;
i,
win h onened Tuesday nignt,
of the band diir singer of mountain ballads; Burton
Rhoiis 'Frankfort, senior. Arts and George Stewart, president of the Number 29. with a dinner In the ment of Cancer." He stressed the him and members Kentucky.
Aldridge, humorist; Kitty Cook,
early recognition of lnir their visit in
Importance of
ana juo
Sciences college; J. rTana auhhu, local circle, the speaxer oiscusmu
..inir,9 Bhnnl cafeteria for 100 causes by reporting to a physician
A description or tne coats wnicn blues singer; Harold rnea
gave a minstrel act;
Hustonville, Arts and Sciences Jun the nrneress belnff made by the or w,,,. ,hn win take oart In the drive,
any abnormal growtn on me Doay, were lost on the day of the Tulane McGurk, who Powell, tap dancer.
and Its opportunities DKnrt Triff. treasurer of the Y,
ganlzatlon
ior; Albion K. Parris. wasning-toand Marjorie
and. particularly, tne vaiue 01 pe game is as follows:
D. C. Arts and Sciences Jun- for being an aid to me samiuuuv
After the vaudeville, Roy onarpe
wnn
,in hpad the drive, and 800 boys rlndie examinations.
One is a lignt tan
of
ior.
and
....
.. neignw, tjve workingsseniorseach school. junior tn h. rnrhii during the evening, The next meeting of the society a belt ROlnir all tne way arouna. ing. his orchestra played for danc
one
ana
The five
Gene R-- Miller, Haauon
will be reached during the will be held In December. Plans It was boucht at Feibelmans In
m .1 snnhomore. Arts ana scien
who were initiated were Gordon Others
conductThe chaperones present wrro
The other Is a heavy
been
Ind., Rnrns. James Scholl. Howard Ba faculty drive which will beDecember for that meeting have not presl New rleans.coat, bought from Hilton Dean Sarah Blandlng, Mrs. Frank
ces; Carroll M. Ball Elkhart.
navy blue
Is
28 through
November
announced. Joel Saunders
snnhomore. Arts and Sciences; J. ker, Marvin Wachs, Gilbert Kings ed
company of New York and has been L. McVey. Miss Marguerite Mc
dent of the group
'
Laughlin, Mrs. P. K. Holmes, Dean
nr. Alfred Brauer will address rtavM Palmer. rroviaecu, vuiu bury, and O. B. Coffman.
rellned."
At a'n.m. today in the Y. M
and Mrs. C. R. Melcher, Prof, and
the members of Phi Sigma Pi. hoa mm eniiese Junior: and Nevin L.
l faculty members who are TWO GROUPS PLACE FIRST
rooms
Mrs. E. A. Bureau, Prof, and Mrs.
y
orary biological society, at 7:30 p.m, Ooebel, Fort Mitchell, Junior, Agrl
Interested in assisting in wi wm-t- REQUESTS FOR PICTURE LUiU
Meacham. Mr. Frank Fowler. Miss
TiiMdav. November 22. In Room 108, culture oollege.
drive will meet and organlns.
Helen King. Dr. and Mrs. Lunde.
BH.nm hulldlne. The subject of
Two camnus organizations have
Peak, secretary of the Y. M.,
Bart
Adrenals.
Dean and Mrs. Paul P. Boyd, Dr.
the address will be "TheFOSTER.
Augusta Roberts, secretary of the filed formal application to the Art
Edward Newbury. Captain and Mrs.
RUSSELL
Bogaert will be the prin- y W.. and Morton Walker, treas- department for the loan of one of
Victor
Prof. C. 8. Crouse, head of the Clyde Orady. Miss Augusta Roberts,
Secretary.
Engineering
cipal speaker at the
urer of the Y. M.. are in charge.
the six pictures available for dis department of mines and metalur and Mr. and Mrs. Bart Peak.
assembly to be held 10 a m. Wedtribution to sororities ana iraier- rv. was elected president of the
According to a statement Issued
Approximately 60 students will nesday in Memorial hall. The subnitles. according to Proles sor Kan Kentuckv Section society lor ins FUNRHOrSERS VISIT CHINA
by Miss Margaret King, the library receive degrees from the University ject of his address Is "France". Mr.
As these organizations were Promotion of Engineering Educa
DI KING WORLD ITINERARY
Wednesday,
rill close 6:00 nm..
Kentucky by
1 nells. to send In their request, they tion at a luncheon meeting Satur
The commencement
first
day In January. not been chosen, but nwairt has enriched rare works of
.nH will remain closed all
maker has
bringing to the state
choice of the lot. dav in the commons.
Dr. W. D. Funkhouser. desn of
win receive their
Thursday. It will be open Friday win ho selected In the near future. art and handicraft.
rvwn Rlandine has announced Any organization borrowing these
Other officers are H. H. renwicx the graduate school, who is touring
8:30 until 5:00
Prof. M. E. Llgon Is chairman of
and Saturday from
He came to Lei Jngton In 1883 and that the Woman's building, which pictures may keep them for a per department of drawing. University the world for researcn purposes, la
and from 2:00 until d:su ounaay,
the commencement committee
L. E. at present In China. He Intends to
between U. S. and France
mors.
probof Louisville,
exercises. has made 40 trips. He has always Is now being redecorated,by will first iod of two montns or
for eraduation
the
Nollau, head of the drawing de remain there for about two weeks
ably be ready for use
University observatory was open Assisting him are: Sarah Blandlng, at least
CORRECTION!
to collect Insects.
been Interested In France and
Dartment. secretary. Approximate
December. The board of
last night tq all visitors from 7 to dean of women; E. L. Glllis. regis. America and is familiar with both week in authorised President McDoctor Funkhouser, accompanied
engineering professors and
trustees
p.m. for inspection of the planet trar; Malor B. E. Brewer, and Pro
Inadvertantly ly thirty from the two universities by Mrs. Funkhouser, on arrival in
build-in- n
Friday's
He Is also Interested In
mtes
urn nresent main Interest of tensors W. L. Roberts. R. D. Mc countries. in health and education. Vey to preceed in putting the ago, stated that Kernel
Psychology
two courses.
relief
each country meets men with whom
into readings a short time
utmnrmiws. In case of cloudy Intvre. Flora LeStourgeon, Eda child prominent citizen, he promotes
genetic at:'n:ed.
were he has been associated. Collecting
As a
Bne. k.'rs of the occasion
The Woman s cub of the university ISO, uEropean methods in
loa,
skies Jt. II.' H. Downing, who la in nilea. and Brinkley Barnett.
psycnoiocy
Lexingwork In
win have chi,Ke of a room, and nsvrholocv. and
Paul tonr'on, Lexington City Man expeditions into the Jungles have
Statistics in the registrar's office extensive Iswelfare
eharte of the observatory, inaicav
European methods in adult psy
Interested in creating a will help with lit papering. Furniton. He
subject was "Operating been arranged In order that he may
ed that the observation would be show that last year the university spirit of good will between the U. 8. ture, formerly .sed in Smith hall rholoa-v- . would be offered next se ager, CU .k,Manage Plan": George find specimens.
the
10 percent of the seniors
graduated
postponed until a later date.
bv Dr. Henri Beaumont
Ken
the
From China. Dr. Funkhouser will
has been donuUil by the board of
lucf
will W. How.-In January, 65 per cent In June, and and the rest of la woi id
here under the control of the ridence halls for This was in error. Tr- - courses
Mr. Bogaert
tnrkv Uti, 'ion cimt...y "Public go to the Phllllplne Islands, to
Upsilon Omicron, hon.jrary 25 oercent In Auaust. Graduation
phi
artments of t:,e not be offered bv tr.i- UnlvrSitv Utilities Company "; Deai. F. Paul As'a, Africa, and Anally to
and the downstairs
auspices
borne economics sorority, held its exercises w. re held January ,29 last will be of the
Ht aemester. Thev ill be offered
:anlBatlon hawrK
He will return to the Unltt
Introduced by James Scholl, building. Each
related his extn ilences as
pledging service during tie Vcar. an1 Prof. James Thomas Cot
annual
M next summer at the University of Anderson
cond floor
group a room on tl
eti mates In August
was the representative of
ton. Uirrlcuituie
an Engineering College
Festival program fmaay ui
Fall
Vienna.
furnish its own )m.
from the Engineering ivi.ege.
Uio speakta.
at the Judging Pavilion.
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Siema Delta Chi
Pledges Nine Men
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Sportl Editor
RALPH E. JOHNSON
DELMAR ADAMS . . Assist. Sports Editor

Students who follow the football
team to other cities must pay the

SPORTS WRITERS
A. Stanley Trlckett
Joe Qulnn
Oene Lutea
Edward Watta

full admission price In order to witness the Wildcats play on foreign
fields. Athletic activity books issued at registration time are not
honored by the schools with whom
Kentucky has football relations. A
arrangement whereby
activity books of competing Institutions would be honored, at least
in some measure, is much In order.
Athletic associations of the University of Kentucky and other Interested schools benefit greatly as
far as appearances are concerned
by the present arrangement. Additional money subscribed by visiting
students wishing to see the games
substantially adds to the coffers of
the athletic departments. On the
other hand, the arrangement works
a hardship on students. Many who
would like to accompany the team
on trips find themselves financially
unable to do so; those who do visit
other schools to lend the personal
and vocal support to their team
must cater to an uncompromising,
full admission charging, foreign
athletic association.
' Athletic departments of the interested schools do sot appear to have
the welfare of students in view. . It
gives to amateur college football a
touch 6f prof essionallsm. It Is true
that, the respective athletic associations need money with which to
purchase the necessary equipment
for a football squad, but why must
they place so much of this, burden
on students? Registered students,
making up the nucleus of an institution, pay a substantial part of the
entrance fees maintaining athletic
teams. Why should they be forced
to pay an additional and full admission price to witness the performance of teams teams that they
are already financially supporting
when these players compete on
fields? It is not fair to

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THANKSGIVING
The most Important Issue to students on Thursday will be the outcome of the annual conflict between
Kentucky and Tennessee.
Those
who attend the game will center
their conversation and attention upon the strength of the two teams.
Those who remain at home win
listen eagerly to the radio's account.
The day will be deemed perf