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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL

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KENTUCKY

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY,

VOL. XXVII

LAST COLLEGE NITE
KENTUCKY THEATER

MAY 21, 1037

NEW SERIES NO. 60

Mary Neal Walden Is KERLER TO EDIT FIELD EXERCISES McVey Ready To Consider
Appointed To Reign SOUR MASH FOR TO CLIMAX ARMY Nominations For Student
ENSUING YEAR DAY WEDNESDAY
Senior Ball Queen
As
Envoys On Athletic
Succeeds Ross J. ChepeletT,
Editor Of The Kernel, As
Editor Of Campus
Humor Magazine

Dale And One Stair Bid;
Juniors Given Either
Date Or Stag Bid

The Kernel

Ends Headline

LARRY SMITH WILL
PLAY FOR DANCE

Experiments

Dance To Re Held From 8:30
To 12 O'clock Wednesday,
June 2, In Alumni Gym

the present
In
program
experimental
head line dress of the Kernel,
the paper returns in today's
Issue to the regular headline
schedule of the paper. Goth-

Mary Ncal Walden, Ludlow, senior
In the Collrge of Arts and Sciences
and a member of Delta Zeta social
sorority, will be crowned queen of
the Senior Ball, which will be held
from 8:30 o'clock until midnight,
Wednesday, June 2, In Alumni gymnasium, members of the Senior Ball
committee announced last night.
Seniors will be allowed one date
and one stag bid. Juniors will re
celve either a date or a stag bid. It
was said.
Larry Smith and his Ambassa
dors have been engaged to furnish
music for the occasion. Playing the
Benny Goodman style
of music, they have Just completed
engagement on the Island Queen
an
The Ambassadors have broadcast
over stations WLW and WSAI and
have played at all the major clubs
in this section of the country, including Castle Farm.
A protege of Llbby Holman, the
famous torch singer, Larry Smith
started his career at the Cincin
nati Conservatory, where he or
ganized his band and played for
fraternity and sorority dances at
the University of Cincinnati. Proving popular in a summer resort Job
in Michigan, the Ambassadors had
engagement at the
a successful
Swiss Gardens.
Annette Rivard will be the singer
with the Ambassadors.
Arrangements for the senior ball
are under the direction of a committee composed of William Was-so- n,
chairman, Don Luques, Mary
Neal Walden, John Toohey, and
,
Mildred Martin.
Chaperones for the dance will be
President and Mrs. McVey, Dean
Sarah Blandlng, Mrs. P. K. Holmes,
Dean T. T. 3' .es, Dean P. P. Boyd,
Wtest, Dean W. S.
Dean Edw
Taylor, De
r. P. Cooper, Dean J.
H. Graham, and Dean W. D.
well-kno-

Funkhouser.

Representatives Of Twenty
Schools To Gather On Stoll
Field Saturday For Track
Event
With more than 20 high schools
expected to send representatives to
the Kentucky Interscholastio track
meet, which will be held Saturday
on Stoll field, under the auspices
of the department of extension, a
record breaking entry list is anticipated by Coach Charles F. Strlplin,
who Is in charge of the event.
The meet on Saturday will be the
first to be held on the new Kenoval
tucky track, a quarter-mil- e
built last spring, and it is expected

that

several records will fall. Invitations have been sent to approximately 300 high schools, and fifteen
schools have already accepted, including the defending champions,
Louisville Male high school.
Saturday morning at 10 a. m. preliminary trials will be held, with
members of the football coaching
team acting in the, various official
Following lunch, at 1
capacities.
p. m. the pole vault will open the
afternoon's activities. At 3 p. m.
the finals In the track events will
be started.
Athletic Director Chet A. Wynne
will be the official starter of all
track events, and Bernle Shively,
former Kentucky track coach, will
clock the course. Other teams entered in the event Include: du Pont
Manual, Barrett-Manua- l,
Kentucky
Military Institute, Mlllersburg MilElizabethtown,
itary
Georgetown, Bryan Station, Henry
Clay, Pinevllle, Somerset, Middles-borHolmes High, Racevllle, and
Bourbon County High.

Institute,

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Seniors who are unable to
attend commencement must
obtain permission from the
Dean of their college to receive their degrees In ab-

sentee, Ezra L. Gillis, registrar, announced today. Failure to do this causes delay in
receiving diplomas and confusion at commencement. Addresses for diplomas to be
mailed should be left with
either the Dean or registrar.

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BLUE RACQUETS

VOLS

Tennismen Beat Tennessee By
Score In Rain Abbre
viated Match; Kittens Take
3 Of 4 Singles From Rats
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year.
Chepeleff
further stated that
since Delta Sigma Chi, Journalism
fraternity, had entrusted him with
the supervision of the publication
since its Inauguration, he will act
as general adviser next year.
Sour Mash first appeared on the
campus In February, 1936, as an ex
periment. Students' approval of the
magazine warranted it being pub
lished monthly. It has been termed
a successful publication and will
conclude its first year as a publication during the early part of next
week when this year's final edition
will go on sale.
Kerler, who succeeds Chepeleff,
has acted as associate editor of Sour
Mash during the past year, and Is
at present associate editor of The
Kernel. He will assume his duties
with the first issue next year which
will appear during the first week of
October.
It was further stated by Chepeleff
that there are several staff positions
open on the Soar Mash staff for
next year, and that anyone inter
ested in this type of work should
contact him for an interview. Both
editorial and advertising staff po
sitions are available, he added.

In winning their seventh match
of the season, the University rac
queteers defeated the University of
Tennessee netmen 0 Tuesday afternoon on the local courts, marking up their second victory over the
Volunteers this year. A heavy down
pour prevented the No. 1 and No. 2
doubles matches from being fin
ished.
When the 'Cats were on their
Southern tour they met the Vols at
Knoxville and defeated them
In that match the Volunteers took
the No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles,
but In Tuesday's meet Bob Evans
defeated their man. He and War-fiel- d
Donohue were taking the No. 1
doubles when the rain put a stop
to play.
In the No. 1 singles, Floyd "Biggy"
Marshall had a 1 lead over War-fieDonohue, but the Kentuckian
started clicking and ran up six
straight games to take the set
Radio Staff Orchestra Will
Almost the reverse occurred in the
Participate In Mountain
second set as Donohue held a 2
Laurel Festival, May 28, At
margin when Marshall started hitting them right and ran the set up
PineviIIe
to 5 in his favor before Donohue
could take a game. The lead alDirected by E. O. Sulzer, the
ternated until Donohue won the University radio staff orchestra of
match
18 pieces and 3 soloists will go to
Ruel Foster continued his excel- Pinevllle, Friday, May 28, to partici
lent work by conquering his oppon- pate in the Mountain Laurel Fes
ents in straight sets. This was his tival. Mrs. Ethel Lebus will be the
second win In two singles starts and chaperone.
he probably will play In the Berea
Accompanying events on the aft
match Saturday.
ernoon program, the orchestra will
Tennessee brought their freshman play for the entrance of the various
squad with them, but they had no college representatives, the crown
better luck than the varsity, as the lng of the queen, and the singing of
Kittens took three of the four sin- the audience. The radio ensemble
gles. The University winners were will give a concert at the Pinevllle
George May, Dave Ragland and J. high school gymnasium preceding
C. Brlstow, with only Herbert Hol
the dance Friday night.
man failing. Rain prevented the
Those who will make the trip are
doubles from being played.
Virginia Tharp, Ed Roderer. Wil
Saturday, Berea College comes liam Baker, James Gibson, and Sue
here for the Wildcats' final match Wines, violins; Paul Mclntire, vi
of the current season. Earlier in ola; Virginia Rowland, cello; George
the season the 'Cats travelled over Johnson, bass; William Merton,
to Berea and were defeating them flute; Nolan Hibner, clarinet; Joe
when rain forced the meet to be Wethertll, Harold Miller, and Edgar
calld. They probably will bring over Boone, saxophones; Buster Cornett
the following men: Adams, Gard and Reld Hoskins, trumpets; Nor
ner, Williams, Keith, Blair, and man iewis, romc-onecjscar wis
ner, drums, and John Toohey, piano.
Brashear.
The Blue and White squad will
Soloists will be Mary Louise Mc- probably use the same men that Kenna, soprano; Gentry Shelton,
have been employed in the last two baritone, and Nancy Todd.
matches: Warneld Donohue No. 1;
Bob Evans, No. 2; Phil Englebardt,
No. 3; Francis Montgomery, No. 4:
Walter Botts, No. 6; and Ruel Foster, No. 6. The doubles comblna- tlons will consist of Donohue and
story
Evans, No. 1; Oscar Wisner and In Telling a n of trying hardships
the
depths of a
Englebardt, No. 2; and Botts and
Borneo Jungles, Mrs. Martin JohnMontgomery, No. 3.
son, wife of the late internationally
Results:
famous explorer, will appear at the
Sine lea
Woodland auditorium in two lecNo.
Donohut (K) beat MarthaU T tures, at 2:30 p. m. and again at 8
o'clock Friday.
A special admisno. a Evmu (K) beat Krlsle (T)
sion of 35 cents will be extended to
No. J Englebardt (K) beat Been
(T all students.
.
Illustrating the lectures will be a
No. 4 Montgomery (K) beat Veital (T)
motion picture record of the last
1.
0.
No.
(Kl beat Cowan (T)
expedition undertaken by the Johni t.
sons, "The Jungle Depths
No'
T ot,lr t IK) beat Randolph (T) Borneo." It is representative of of
the
n
habits of
tribes of naDouble
tives and shows unusual views of
No. 3 Botta and Montgomery IK) beat
Jungle birds.
Venal and Randolph (T l
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Absentee Degrees

Opening with a regimental drill
Remarking that he had "plenty
to handle" as editor-in-chiof The of the Reserve Officers' Training
Kernel, Ross J. Chepeleff, Junior Corps at 3:30 p. m., the University's
In the College of Arts and Sciences, annual military field-da- y
exercises
late yesterday afternoon resigned as will be held Wednesday, May 26, on
editor of Sour Mash, campus humor Stoll field. That night, MaJ. Gen.
magazine, and appointed George H. William E. Cole, Columbus, Ohio,
Kerler, Junior in the same college, commanding Oeneral of the Fifth
Corps Area, will be guest
to assume that post for the ensuing at a dinner and dance at thespeaker
Phoe-

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Graduates Must
Notify Deans For

Is Sponsored As Fifth Corps Area Commander
To Speak At Dinner-Danc- e
Project Of Journalism
Downtown
Fraternity

ic, bold face type Is used in
main headlines, with minor
headlines being set in Century, bold face type.
Comments on the experiments carried out will be appreciated by the editors.

GOOSE-EG- G

CONFEDERATE SQUAD
ENACTS GRAY DRILLS

Magazine

In concluding

Council

Major Frank A. Keatinjr To
Inspect
Soldiers In
Annual Stoll Field
Exhibition

SEVERAL POSITIONS
OPEN TO STUDENTS

Seniors Will Re Allowed One

7.

Mrs. Johnson Slated

For Lectures Friday
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exercises Will conThe field-da- y
Inspection conclude a three-da- y
ducted by the war department.
Major Frank A. Keating, of Cincinnati, assisted by H. G. Fry, will inspect the regiment.
Staging a competitive drill and
passing in review before President
Frank L. McVey, Major Keating,
reserve officers and guests. Company B of the first battalion and Company E of the second battalion will
be followed by the individual drill
competition, and an exhibition drill
by the Pershing Rifles company.
The Pershing Rifles recently won,
for the sixth consecutive year, the
corps area drill meet which was
held this year at Champaign, 111.
A program feature will be an exhibition drill by the
Confederate Squad. At the
conclusion of their drill, Mrs. R. M.
Watt, president of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy, will
present the squad with a Confederate battle flag.
After the various competitions,
awards will be presented to outstanding military students, and
graduation ceremonies will be held
for those students completing the
advanced course in military science.
The oath of office will be adminis
tered to those receiving commls
sions as 8econd Lieutenants in the
infantry reserve.
Graduating cadets will be guests
of honor that night, and General
Cole will speak, at a dinner and
dance given by the Reserve Officers'
Mess of Central Kentucky.
Gen
eral Cole, due to brigade maneuvers
at Fort Knox, will be unable to wit
ness the field-da- y
exercises.
The annual convention of the
Kentucky Reserve Officers' Associa
tion will be held here that morn
lng and the delegates will attend
exercises in a body.
the field-da- y
Capt. Beryl Boyd, Louisville attor
ney, is president of the organization.

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
Editor of The kernel
University of Kentucky

McVEY. FUNKHOUSER
APPROVE OF CHANGE

My dear Sir:

Petitions, Signed By At Least
100 Students, Must Be Presented By Nominees

Reference is ni;idc in .i recent issue: of The Kernel to
the Council on Athletics. This council is composed as
follows:
Six members of the University family appointed two each year for a period of three years.
Three members of the alumni, one appointed
each year.
Two business men and two members of the
student body aptmintcd. for one year.
These apointments are made by the President of the
University. Nominations are made to him by individuals
and groups. I shall, therefore, welcome from the student
group nominations for these two places by the following
procedure:
Nominations will be received if supported by
100 signatures.
It will be my purpose to select from these nominations
the two students who will most worthily represent the
student body.
Sincerely yours,

Frank L. McVey,
President of the University.

newly-organiz-

GOLFERS CLOSE

SEASON TODAY
'Cat Divot Diggers Expect
Little Trouble In Their
Match With Eastern State
On Enemy's Course
Expecting little trouble from the
Richmond golfers, the Wildcat golf
team will close its present season
In a dual meet with the divot dig
gers of Eastern State this afternoon
on the enemy's course in Richmond.
Since their last dual match the
University team has won the Kentucky Intercollegiate golf crown for
the third straight time. Jack Moh-nenumber one man on the 'Cat
team, carried away top individual
honors at this meet when he de
feated Rawlins of Eastern by 14
points. The team gained its title
by default when no other Kentucky
team entered four men in the contests.
Two weeks ago the Kentucky boys
defeated the Richmond team by the
lopsided score of 17 Vi to H here In
Lexington.
All
of the Wildcat
mashte wielders are confident of repeating this victory.
Each players' score has Improved
during the week's practice they have
had since the State meet but the
same line-u- p
which started the last
match with Eastern will be the one
which tees off this afternoon. Moh- ney will be at number one post,
Bain Smith will play number two
man, Captain Robert Thaxton will
be at number three, and Bill Adams
will stay at number four position.
y,

V.M.C.A. Secretary

Alumni Leader R. K. Salyers
To Call Special Meeting
Of UKy Graduates
For Discussion

In order that students may have
a direct voice in naming their two
representatives to the Athletic
Council, Pres. Frank L. McVey and
Dr. W. D. Funkhouser. president of
the council, after conferences with
editors of The Kernel, announced
Wednesday that President McVey
will consider Immediately nominees
to fill the two student vacancies
which will occur at the end of this
school-yea- r.

Any student croup within? to
name candidates for the posts must
submit petitions for each nominee,
with each petition bearinc at least
100 signatures.
Selections will be
made within two weeks. It was Indicated.
President. McVey will make the
final selections, giving consideration
to the nominees submitting the required and approved petitions.
Editors of The Kernel also consulted Lleut.-GoKeen Johnson,
president of the Alumni Association,
and Robert K. Salyers, secretary of
the association, concerning The
Kernel's plan for having the Alumni Association directly select its representatives on the Athletic Counv.

cil.

9 TROJAN FRATS SEVEN STUDENTS
ARE ERADICATED TO GIVE CONCERT
Southern California Faculty Music Department Pupils Will
Conducts Honorary Purs:e;
Present Varied Program At
4 o'Clock Sundav Afternoon
Nine Reportless Units De
In Memorial Hall
nounced As Useless
Nine honorary fraternities at the
University of Southern California
were suspended Friday, May 14, by
the faculty organizations commit
tee of that university because the
societies failed either to make fi
nancial reports, or any reports, or
were inactive.
Answering the question as to
what was "Blue Key." one of the
organizations which "seemingly did
nothing," the committee's
report
banned "Blue Key" because it failed
to submit the annual activity re
port required ol all campus societies, and because it had sub
mitted no information to the committee files for two years.
Of the other eight organizations
banned. Alpha Delta Sigma, adver
tising fraternity, failed to turn in a
report, and the only information
possessed by committee files listed
Dr. William D. Morlarty as the
Inasmuch as Dr.
club's adviser.
Morlarty died last spring, the committee considered Apha Delta
Siema defunct.
Lambda Sigma Nu, dental ira- ternity, was banned on recommen
dation of a faculty member; Xi
Psi Phi. also a dental club, was de
clared inactive, as was the Trowel
club, an organization of dental masons.
Lambda Gamma Phi. described
iraterniiy, was
as a commerce-laousted when declared defunct by
another faculty member.
Failure to report its activities
also cost Gamma Beta Alpha, radio
club, Its Identity. Sima Phi Kappa, unlisted, lost whatever recog
nition it had, and tne outdoor ciud,
already defunct organization for
hikers and nature lovers, was sent
on its last walk.
w

Botany Honorary To
Convene Here Today
Approximately

20 delegates

from

the three chapters of Phi Epsilon
Phi, honorary botany fraternity, are
expected to attend the national

of the organization
convention
which will be held today, tomorrow,
and Sunday on the University campus.
Hans Shacklette. graduate assis
tant in the department of botany
is national president of the group.
James Stephens, senior In the College of Agriculture, Is president of
the local chapter. Other chapters
are located at Ohio State University
and West Virginia University.

secre
Bart Peak was
tary of the Y. M. C A. advisory
Closing the year's series of Col- the Mark Twain story that has board at a meeting following a din
KROSH CAP CONTRACT LET
lege Nights, "The Prince and the thrilled the world. "The Prince and ner and installation services of new
A contract for the freshman caps
the Pauper" also contains those officers, Tuesday night. May 18, at
Pauper" will be the main atraction sensational boy stars,
the Mauch the Maxwell Presbyterian church. of the University was awarded to
toof the Kernel sponsored show
g Thorpe's clothing store yesterday by
Principal speaker at the
twins.
night at the Kentucky theatre.
A news reel showing coronation
was Key. Georue Sweazy, the men's student council. The
Students presenting coupons be- pictures that are historically cor- pastor of the Presbyterian church contract covers the exclusive furn
ishing of the headgear for the
fore 8 o'clock tonight will be ad- rect and a Popeye cartion, "Slnbad in Danville.
mitted for. the regular matinee the Sailor," will complete the colAt the meeting of the advisory school year
price of 37 cents. Coupons for "The lege night pro-- am.
board, Mr. Leroy Miles, of the First
College Night will be sponsored National Bank and Trust Co..
Prince and the Pauper" will be
as CAlKiNS GETS
E. H. Calkins, who will graduate
found elsewhere in today's Kernel. again next year by the Kernel. elected to the board.
of
Two students can gain admission on Several interesting pictures,
inother members Included Prof. M. E. from the University in June with a
one coupon.
cluding old-tiserials, have been Potter, M. A. L. Atchison, and stu master's degree in bacteriology, has
Errol Flynn, the screen's man of lined up for next year's program, dent members, Robert Evans, Rob been given a bacteriology research
the hour, Is starred In "The Prince according to J. D. Ensmlnger, man- ert Conner. Frelon Hunter, Lloyd fellowship at the University of Penn
sylvania under Dr. Stuart Mudd.
Adapted Irom ager of the Kentucky.
and the Pauper."
Mahan and Tom Bpragen.
dinner-meetin-

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IILI-OHSHI-

Seven students of the department
of music will present a recital at
p. m., Sunday, May 23. in Memorial
hall.
Virginia Tharp will open the program with a violin solo, "Scene de
Ballett," by De Berlot. Garth House
will render "When I Have Sung My
Song," Charles;
"None but the
Lonely Heart," Tschalkowsky, and
"At Night," Rachmaninof.
Two vo
cal selections, "Starlight," by Karg- Elert, and "Concert Study for Ped
als No. 2," Yon, will be presented
by Ruth Ecton.
After these performances, Helen
Farmer will offer three vocal solos,
"Moon Bridge," by Florence Price:
"Slumber Song." Gretchaninow, and
"Rosy Morn," Landon Ronald. A
cello solo, "Concerto No. 4," Golter- mann will be given by Virginia
Rowland, and the concluding num
ber on the program will be the vocal
selections. "Nocturne," Frank
"Little Lamb," Amy Worth,
and "Carmena Waltz," Lane Wilson,
by Katherine Park.
Accompanists will be Ruth Ecton.
Elizabeth Rhe Tillett, and J. E.
Hod son.

Officers Of W.A.A.
To Be Installed
Council To Entertain With
Supper And Present
Awards
Installation of new officers of W.
A. and presenting of various
athletic awards will take place
Monday afternoon at Grimes Mill
where the council will entertain
with a picnic supper.
The new officers are: president.
A.

Eleanor

Snedecker:

Frances House; secretary, Runelle
Palmore. and treasurer,
Frances

Laval. Numerals will be awarded
to all members who have earned 300
points, and pins, for which a girl
must have received 600 points, will
be awarded to Runelle Palmore, Lu
cille Dotson, Sue D. Sparks, and
Martha Hawkins.
A "K," the highest award any
girl can receive, will be awarded
Frances House and Dorothy Har
ris. Jane Welch, retiring president,
will preside at the meeting and give
tne awards. All girls who plan to
attend the picnic should be at the
Woman's gym at 6:45 p. m. Monday.

CLUB TO SPONSOR
PICTURE CONTEST
Lens Lads', newly organized cam
era club at the University, is conducting a picture contest in an effort to arouse Interest in photography on the campus and to bring
recognition to the better picture- -

takers.

Although the contest will not
close until October IS, It is suggested that this Is the best time of the
year for taking suitable pictures,
and for the photographer to watch
for good landscape views and unusual scenes. The pictures Judged
the best by the club will receive appropriate awards.

Mr. Salyers agreed to call a
special meeting of the Alumni Association's executive board to discuss the plan.
At present, there are three alumni representatives on the council,
with one representative's time expiring each year.
Both President McVey and Doctor
Funkhouser expressed willingness to
allow the students direct power In
naming the representatives,
but
they pointed out that the Athletic
Council acts as an executive board
of the Athletic Association and the
association Is now composed of
every student attending the University.
While indicating their favorable
attitudes toward the measure. Doctors McVey and Funkhouser stated
that when three years ago an attempt was made to hold a meeting
of the entire association's membership, including the more than 3.000
students, less than
or
approximately
100
atstudents,
tended the meeting.
Doctor Funkhouser issued the following statement:
"I doubt if the students show
enough interest In the matter to
make it feasible."
He continued,
however, that he was willing to iriv
the plan a trial.
As will be found elsewhere in to
day's issue of The Kernel in the
form of a letter. President McVey
expressed himself as being Inclined
favorably toward the idea of
mitting students to speak for themselves in choosing their Athletic
Council representatives and he outlined the plan whereby he will consider the nominations.

tr.

Kampus
Kernels
Men students capable
ing
duties
tact Dean T. T. Jones
cerning employment as
life-guar-

of perform
should con
today con
such.

Any senior men interested in
working for a leadine railwav sys
tem should see Dean T. T. Jones at
once.
N. Y. A. checks are exoected dailv.
They will probably be given out
from the business office Tuesday
May 25, 9 to 11:30 a. m. and 1 to 4
p. m.
Watch for announcements
In The Kernel and on bulletin
boards.
DR. McVEY GIVES ADDRESS

Dr. Frank L. McVey was the com
mencement speaker at the graduation exercises of the Pinevllle high
school last night In the high school
auditorium.

Unidentified

Laundry Bag
In PosHDffice
An unidentified men's laundry bag is being held by Miss
Carle Bean at the University
post office. It bears no name
and has no forwarding address. Anyone who has missed
theirs is requested to call at
the post office In an endeavor
to locate the owner.

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for next year's social calendar.
Understanding that considerable animosity
exists between the Independents and fraternity
men over the bid situation, the
wish to propose a plan by which they will sponsor a formal function next year, invite all the fraternities, and thus relax the tension encountered
by Independents when they apply for fraternity
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The plan revolves around the idea of collecting two dollars from each Independent who
wishes to attend fraternity swings during the
vear. Upon payment of this "initiation fee"
the Independent will receive a card which entitles him to admission at every fraternity dance.
The two dollar fees will be centered in a treasury, which should, if the plan woiks, amount to
some four or five hundred dollars. With this
money the Independents will give a dance in
the Alumni gymnasium and have as their guests
every fraternity on the campus.
Naturally, the fulfillment of this innovation
depends solely upon the Greeks' approval. It is

Scrap Irony
By HARRY WILLIAMS
Again It is our privilege to entertain the high school
students of the state. This time the athletes, who
will expect to see college lite as they Imagine it so
let's not disappoint them. We should all go about
with pipes In our mouths and our Index fingers in the
air. We might even unearth a few freshman caps
and wear them at a rakish angle for their benefit.
Youth must be served.
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The "Life at Kentucky" folder that is being
distributed by the publicity bureau, pictures a
group of students taking an exam, the distressing
thing about the picture Is the fact that the third
girl In the second row is cribbing, and she seemed
to be getting away with it.
The annual freshman geology excursion which
sallied forth to Natural Bridge last Saturday turned
out to be a walkathon, but the embryonic rock spegame
cialists were quite satisfied, the Black-Japroved very educational.
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which I went one day. I wasnt
gone long, as you can see, for some
thing brought me back to earth with
a suddenness that erased all other
traces of It from my mind:
If today this brief bit is no mas
terpiece, is that my fault? These
words strung out of my brain, down
along nerve trunks, and out through
my finger tips. No control have I
over the thoughts that equal
words. . .
And that was all there was!

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LATEST DISCOVERY
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Low Fares To All Points

The Editor

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Editor,

The Kentucky Kernel.
Dear Sir:
Whether they realize it or not, a
grave crisis is facing student NYA
"economy
workers. The
program of the national adminis
tration, which calls for a WPA ap
proprlatlon of only $1,500,000,000
for the coming fiscal year, necessarily means that federal aid to
needy students will be cut to the
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bone. Aubrey Williams, director of
the NYA, has stated that of the
140,000 now on NYA. at least 40- .000 and perhaps as many as 70,000
will be without jobs next year, if the
proposed relief appropriation is
adopted. Furthermore, there is a
definite drive In the U. S. Senate to
cut the WPA appropriation to
or even to eliminate it
altogether.
If the billion dollar
appropriation is adopted, according
to Mr. Williams, the NYA will probably be cut off altogether.
Students, who but for their NYA
Jobs would be unable to continue
their educations, should protest
IN PLANNING YOUR'
against the false economy which
would sacrifice the welfare of the
EUROPE VOYAGE)
nation's youth to an immediate
balancing of the federal budget reffyw ..iTlhrf
gardless of the result. They should j.
bombard their senators and rep
The Largest Fleet on the Atlantic offers much
resentatives with protests against
more than the certainty of finding just the ship,
the knifing of the NYA. and should
rate, accommodation and sailing date you want.
demand an Increased WPA appro
It also provides a variety of ports from whjch
priation in order that there will be
to start your European Tour. You may sail from
jobs for them next year. FurtherNew York, Boston, or Montreal to Cherbourg,
more, they should demand passage
Havre, Southampton, London, Plymouth, Liver
of the American Youth act. This
pool, Belfast, Galwoy, Dublin, Cobh, Glasgow.
in
bill, which has been introduced
Learn how inexpensive Tour-iCLASS
Congress at the insistence of the
Class really is . . . in the TOURIST
Queen Mary, Aquitania,
American Student Union, would ason
NYA set-- up
sure a
flarrnqaria.orany other of the
19 famous ships of the Line.
an extended basis. This bill, enand up
f
actment of which would mean much
ftntes slightly higher
between May 24 and July 25 ROUND TRIP
to NYA workers, present and prospective, has been indorsed by many
TOUR. Sail Jon. 30 in the AQUITANIA.
HERE'S A TYPICAL
student organizations and publiSpend 18 days in Italy, Switzerland and France . . . visiting Venice. Milan. Florence.
Evcations, including the Kernel.
Rome and other famous cities . . . 3 i days in Rome; 4 in Paris. Return to New York
ery student, whether an NYA emAugust I, via tho CEORGIC. Rate for the entire 33 days . . . Tourist Class accommonot, should demand Its
ployee or
Is only $484.55.
dations, hotels, sightseeing and transportation abroad

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Editor,
The Kentucky Kernel,
Dear Sir:
As a rebuke to Journal Jane, the
letter from M. P. could not have
been better written by the news editor. Al