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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
UNIVERSITY
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY,

VOL. XXVI.

U.K. POLITICS TO Sunday Musicale
BE

SUBJECT

OF

FORUM TONIGHT
Doctor Amry Vandenbosch lo
Lead Third Y.M.-Y.Discussion Group
Tonight
WILL RE AT 8 P. M.
IN PATTERSON HALL
Dr. M. M. White to Lead Next
Forum on Topic of
Social Relations
Dr. Amry Vandenbosch, head of
the department of political science,
will lead the third YWCA-YMC- A
forum at 8 o'clock tonight, In Pat
tenon hall, on the topic "Am I
Right About Campus Politics?"
This is the third in a series of
forums sponsored by the YWCA and

YMOA, every Tuesday evening In
March, on questions of interest to
college students. The first two for
ums, on "Militarism" and "The Ne
gro," were conducted by Dr. Esther
Cole Franklin, of the department
of political science, and Augusta
Roberts, YWCA secretary, respect
ively.
The fourth forum will be led by
Dr. M. M. White of the department
of psychology, who will discuss "Am
I Right About My Social Relations,"
on Tuesday, March 24, in Patterson
hall. The last forum will be held
on Tuesday, March 31, and will be
conducted by Dr. Robert Miles of

the First Presbyterian church. The
question for this forum will be "Am
I Right About My Way of Life."
Doctor Vandenbosch

will discuss

the matter of campus politics as it
is related to this campus, and college campuses throughout the country, and how the problem is treated
by various groups of students.

ALPHA DELTA SIGMA

MEETING IS HELD

--

At the last meeting of Alpha Delta Sigma, national honorary advertising fraternity, the possibility
of sending a delegate to the Pacific
Coast Advertising society convention, which will meet at Seattle In
July, was discussed. Pledging, to
take place in the spring, was also
discussed at the meeting last Friday.
A luncheon meeting will be held
in the Commons Monday, March
23.

RANNELLS TO SPEAK
Prof. E. W. Rannells, head of the
University
Art department, will
speak before the art club of Eastern State college at Richmond,
Tuesday afternoon, March 17. He
will Illustrate his talk with lantern
slides from his own collection. His
subject will be "Drawings and

Prints."

Features Choral
Skit By Phi Beta
"Mozart's Time" Presented by
Honorary in Unique
Vesper Program

a
Maybe you still go
when
you hear "Stardust" and "My
Old Kentucky Home" but what
we'd like to know is the newest
song which you think is the tops
In rhythm and lyrics. In other
words, we're giving you the
chance to vote on the popular
hit that you rate as the current
favorite on the campus.
The American Tobacco company, makers of Lucky Strike
cigarettes, is sponsoring a collegiate poll to determine which
songs are the favorites among
college students for their radio
program. "Your Hit Parade,"
and would like to know what the
Kcntuckians are humming and
whistling.
Turn in your ballot, with your
favorite, into the post office today and Wednesday and we'll
announce the leading popular
songs in the Friday edition of
the Kernel. Sign your ballot
and remember that it's one vote
to a ballot. Ballot on page 3 of
this issue.
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'240' COMMITTEE

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Faculty Speakers, Music, and
Book Reviews to Feature
Future Meetings

OF

Student Music
Recital To Be

On Wednesday

Students of the University Music
The second meeting of the Ateneo department are being presented in
The regular weekly meeting of Castellano will be held at 7:30 o'- a student recital at Memorial hall
Sigma Delta Chi wiU be held to- clock Thursday night at the home Wednesday afternoon, March 18, at
night at the home of Mr. Sulzer, of Mrs. Alberta W. Server, 132 Ar- 4 p. m.
324 Aylesford Place. All actives and cadia Park.
Ail faculty members
The program, consisting of in
pledges are required to be present. of the romance language depart- strumental and vocal numbers, is
The sua! refreshments will oe ment have been Invited.
the first of its type to be given durerred for those who care for them. During the course of the semes- ing the present semester.
Following Is a list of numbers to
ter various faculty speakers will adThe YWCA World Fellowship
meeting and musical en- be presented:
group will meet at 4 p. m. today In dress the
Drumm
tertainment wil also be provided Springtime
the Woman's building to hear a dis- Several members of the club, who
Irene Foster
cussion by Mrs. E. G. Trimble, on have
traveled in Spanish speaking
Flute obligato William Merton
"Topics of the Day."
countries, are expected to give short Martha Sue Durham at the piano
Frederic Hart
An interesting feature of Sea Gulls
talks.
There will be a meeting of ODK future meetings will be book reOuida K. Jones
In room 207, White haU, Thursday views of modern
by Quando a te lieta (Faust) . .Gounod
afternoon, at 5 o'clock.
Fannie Blaine Rutherford
Spanish club members.
Lucille Byron at the piano
At the last meeting of the club,
will be a meeting of Lamp Charles Ashford was reelected pres- Slumber Song
There
Gretchaninoff
and Cross at 7:30 o'clock, Thursday ident; Rosemary Taylor, secretary-treasure- r;
Elizabeth Hall
night, at the Delta Chi house.
Clay at the piano
Mary Eleanor
Jack Yarbro,
Greig
Betty Moffett is in charge The Butterfly
The Senior cabinet of the YMCA of the entertainment committee.
Elaine Allison
will hold its regular meeting at 7 Faculty advisors are Mrs. A. W. The Cherry Tree Doth Bloom
Ooatley
o'clock Tuesday in the Armory.
Server and Dr. H. P. Holmes. MeetMary Eleanor Clay
ings will be held at 7:30 o'clock ev.The Freshman cabinet of the ery other Thursday.
Martha Sue Durham at the piano
Acolay
YMCA will hold its regular meeting
Concerto in A minor
Virginia Tharpe
at 7 o'clock Tuesday in the Armory. PHI ALPHA DELTA
Deh piu a me non
HOLDS INITIATION
v ascondete
Bononcini
The Pitkin club will hold its regRuth Ecton at the piano
ular meeting at 12 noon, WednesHenry Clay chapter of Phi Alpha The Prayer Perfect
Stenson
day, in the Maxwell Street Presby-terai- n
legal fraternity,
Delta, honorary
Delta Theta, Osie T., Ouida
church.
spring initiation at
held its annual
K. Jones
There will be a meeting of Cwens the Lafayette hotel followed by a First Movement from Con
Mozart
hi the Red room, at
certo in D
at 5 p. m., Thursday afternoon, in banquet held
J. P. Bryan
which time Frank Ginocchlo, LexPatterson hull reading room.
ington attorney, and RepresentaMartha Sue Durhuiu at the piano
TO all members of the Duiry club, tive Charles Wylie, Jessamine counPRE-MEDty, were the guest speakers.
OFFER KEY
turn in your finals for the
The folowing law students were
contest as soon as possible.
TO OUTSTANDING MAN
Freeland,
Charles
initiated: Joe
Open house will be held Friday Godd, Sum Milne, Rodger Womuck,
society is
The Pryor
Curl Boone, R. planning to offer a freslunaa
4 John Blackburn,
at the Woman's building from
Whitlow, J. Smith, and O. Monyo-hu- n.
key to students for outuntil 6 p. m. This is the last open
house of the current semester.
standing work in thus branch of
the scientific field.
CARTER TO ADDRESS UV
The neit meeting of Chi Delta
The selections will be made by a
24. The
committee consisting of the faculty
Phi will be Tuesday, March
Dr. Lucian H. Carter pf the Com- and members of the society. The
meeting will be very Important and
merce college, will speak to the awards will be made for achieveall actives must be present.
subjects, par
freshman cabinet of the YMCA, at ment in
so
The Ag society Is sponsoring a 7 p. m., Tuesday night. Doctor ticipation In the
ciety and excelling in extracurridiscussion group meeting to be led Carter's subject will be "Social
cular activities.
(Continued on Page Four)
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KENTUCKY

Il'ESDAY, MARCH

NEW SERIES NO. 43

17, 19Sfi

Warfield Donohue Is Chosen By
Teammates To Captain Big Blue
Net Team Through Next Season
CHEMIST

INDEPENDENTS NOTED

Girls of Univer Dr. E. F. Kohman, National
Canners Ass'n Chemist, to
sity to Entertain at
Speak on "Chemistry
Phoenix Rallroom,
and Canning"
March 27

Non-sorori-

ty

EXPERIMENT NEVER
TRIED HERE BEFORE

TO ADDRESS U. OF K.

Committee of Finances, Pub
licity, Invitations, Entertainment Chosen

Speaker Is Now Connected
with U. S. Department
of Agriculture

An announcement was made
yesterday that a spring formal,
sponsored by the Independent girls
of the University, will be held at
the Phoenix hotel ballroom, March
27. The hours of the dance will be
from 8 til 11 p. m. and the music
will be furnished by the Blue and
White orchestra.
This announcement comes with
great interest to the many non- fraternity students on the campus.
It is the first time the independ
ent girls have attempted a dance
and will undobutedly prove one of
the highlights of the social season.
All girls planning to attend the
dance are asked to report to Mrs.
LeBus at the Woman's building not
later than Friday afternoon March

Dr. Edward F. Kohman, research
chemist in the laboratories of the
National Canners association, will
addess the Lexinton section of the
American Chemical society and the
Bluegrass Dietetic association here
Monday.
Wednesday afternoon he will talk
before the members of the chemical society in Kastle hall at 4 p. m.
His subject will be "Chemistry and
Canning." In his speech he will
discuss chemical reactions involving corrosion, and other relating
to vitamins and chemical phenomena encountered in canning food.
The public is Invited.
Wednesday evening he will address the Bluegrass Dietetic association at a dinner meeting in the
Commons to be held at 6:30 o'clock.
He will talk on "Recent Dieteic
Trends." Member of the association and friends are invited to attend. Reservations may be made
by calling the University Home Economics deparement.
Dr. Kohman reecived his Ph.D.
degree from Yale in 1915, and was
associate dairy chemist, Illinois,
until 1917. Since then, he has been
organic and physiological chmeist
at the bureau of chemistry of the
U. 8. Department of Agriculture,
and research chemist of the National Canners association since
1919.
His Investigations
include
food and dairy chemistry, poultry
nutrition and metabolism, effect of
carbon dioxide on metabolism,
cause of vitamin C destruction in
cooking, vitamins in canned foods,
phenolcholorine
water contamination, oxygen and other corrosive
agents in canned foods.
Dr. Statie Erlcson, head of the
Home Economics department and
president of the Bluegrass Dietetic
association, said in announcing the
meeting,
"Dr. Kohman is highly
regarded In his field and Is also a
popular speaker. That Is why we
believe that the general public, as
well as strictly profeslonal groups,
will be interested in hearing him.
This is also a
meeting
for those interested in nutrition,
and in the purposes of the Blue-graDietetic association."

20.
A

number of committees have
been appointed and are asked to
meet with Mrs. LeBus, at the Woman's building, this afternoon be
tween 3 and 5 o'clock.
The committees and members of
each are: Decorations: Mary Mar'
garet Wolf, Rae Lewis, Wanda
Lynch.
Publicity:
Dorothy Wunderlich,
Penelope Johnson, Hazel Douthitt,
Georgia Botkin.
Invitations: Eleanor Snedeger,
Jean Adams, Jeanette Watts, Helen
Morgan.
Entertainment: Rosemary Clink-scalVirginia Robinson, Elizabeth
Jett, Jessie Roby, Nell Nevina,
Dorothy Perkins, Louise Nichols,
Evelyn Carroll.
Finances: Annabelle Davis, Gypsy Jo Davis, Virginia Silvers.
es,

Man From Missouri

Says Leave Heavy

Artillery Outside
Stage Hand's Job Proves to
Be Dangerous One for For
mer U.K. Student
Missouri ans are evidently not familiar with the best traditions of

Kentucky gentlemen, sun. Morton
Collins, former U. K. student and
assistant Kernel news editor, who
is now attending the University of
Missouri, was arrested for carrying
concealed weapons.
A Columbia City detective saw
him, late at night in a cafe, with
bulging out of his
a forty-fiv- e
pocket The flatty tapped him and
wanted chapter and verse. "Oh, I
have another one with me," nonchalantly replied Collins and dragged that one out, too.
Evidently regarding the future
Journalist as a dangerous character, the detective took him into
custody for further questioning. At
police headquarters he was given
the second degree, only- It seems that Collins Is on the
stage crew of a student dramatic
society similar to "Strollers" and is
in charge of the ocean. Being a
member of the ROTC he had bor
rowed two army guns as properties. He was released after the police had waked the supply officer.
The guns were kept overnight and
Collins had to bring the supply officer tlown the next morning to get
them.
Yes, his Mk'zou nickname is "Two
Gun" Collins.
TAYLOR ATTENDS MEET

ent.

cow-judgi- ng

"YOUR HIT PARADE1
OPENING TODAY

SPRING FORMAL LOCAL DIETETIC
Your Hit Parade
Poll To Be Held TO BE GIVEN BY GROUP TO HEAR

By FRANK IM'RGF.R
After seeing "Mozart's Times," a
choral skit presented by Phi Beta,
honorary music and dramatic fraternity, we quite agree that "there's
something about an
girl." The program, given in Memorial hall Sunday at 4 p. m., was a
scheduled feature of the present
Sunday afternoon musicale scries,
arranged by Prof. R. D. Mclntyre.
Although we cannot endorse the
performance as being of professional quality, nevertheless, it was
well produced and greatly enjoyed
by the vesper audience. Each of the
25 Phi Beta members
had some
part in the production.
The score by Mary Lichthardt
contained several tuneful songs, all
the more enjoyable because seldom
heard. Solos, duets, and choral
numbers, interspersed
with occa
sional dialogue was the form of the
program. Virginia Murrell was the
musical director. Dramatics were
supervised by Frances Reld.
Throughout the performance Eva
Mae Nunnelley and Martha Sue
Durham were heard in a richly del Lt. Governor Keen Johnson to
accompaniment.
icate violin-pia- no
Be Principal Speaker; Dr.
Honors for vocal work indisputa
McVey to Preside; Party to
bly go to Mary Louise McKenna
Follow
whose charm of personality is sec
ond only to her lovely, soprano
Lieut.-Go- v.
Keen Johnson will
voice.
For dramatic ability we
choose Clara Hughes and Helen deliver the principal address and
Pres. Frank L. McVey will preside
Farmer as outstanding.
at a meeting of the committee of
In spotting highlights of the 240 to be held in the auditorium of
show one cannot but mention the the University Training school at
nonsensically entertaining story of 7:30 o'clock Thursdaynight, March
the love life of the "little French 19.
doll with the empty head." The
In addition to Lieutentn-Govechorus was at its best in a song nor Johnson's address, talks will be
called "Friendship Is a Lovely made by three members of the
Flower."
committee, Jean Short, Owensboro;
The appearance of the costumes, Sam Sternberg, Beattyville; and
Robert Reynolds, Slughter.
styled in the pure,
After the talks are over the
loveliness of the 18th century, add
meeting will be turned into a party.
ed much to the program's beauty.
in addition to those already men Refreshments will be served and
tioned the following persons took games will be played. All committee
part: Martha Fugett, Mary Fran members are invited to bring their
ces McClain, Marjorie Jenkins, Ruth dates along.
A contest Is planned to learn
Ecton, Margaret Louise Whaley,
most elementary
Virginia Robinson, Jane Allen Webb, who knows the University. A test
about
Margaret Greathouse, Dorothy Mur facts be giventhe
and the person who
rell, Jean Abel, Frances Kerr, Ool- - will
makes the highest grade on the
dle Bell, Frances Garrison, Mary test will receive a copy of the 1936
Virginia Kentuckian as a prize.
Dantzler, Sara Cundiff,
Tharpe, Betyt Moffett, and Ruth
Weatherford.
HEAR BELL
BACTERIOLOGISTS
The audience was ridiculously
adding too much
small. Without
Dr. William H. Bell,
editorial comment may we say that
and reaserch director of the
auif the size of recent musicale
Coleman and Bell chemical comLexing pany, has accepted an invitation to
diences is a reliable index,
ton is a concentrated ignorance speak to the Bacteriologlical society
center as regards fine art apprecia of the University and will arrive in
tion.
Lexington today to address the
Next Sunday: The second appear group at its regular meeting at 7:30
Concert o'clock tonight in Kastle hall. His
ance of the University
subject will be "Biological Stains."
band, directed by John Lewis.

Ateneo Castellano
To Meet Thursday

Kampus
Kernels

VOTING FOR

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Dean W. S. Taylor of the Col
lege of Education is in Louisville
today attending the annual meeting of the Kentucky Society for
Crippled Children.

Second Semester
Directory Is Out
The second semester supplement of the University student
directory is now ready for distribution and copies may be obtained at the University postof-fic- e.
In past years ,a new directory
currying names of all students
hits been published the second
semester, but this yeur only the
supplement is being distributed.
It is divided into two parts.
Part I Includes names of students registered for the second
semester not in school the first
term. Part II includes names of
students registered for the first
semester who reported on registration cards some change hi address, phone number, or college.

SCIENCE UNIT ALSO

ss

CHANGE MADE
IN CURRICULUM
New Requirements Are Made
for M.A., M.S. Degrees;
Candidates Must Prepare Thesis
Several changes and additions in
requirements for the degree of
Master of Arts and Master of Sciences were made at a meeting of
the University senate held last
week in Room 111 of McVey hall.
The changes Include the condi
tion that the candidate shall complete 24 semester hours of graduate
work in a course with a standing
of 2, and that no grade below "C"
shall be counted; that the major
field shall comprise, as to courses,
approximately
of the
work, and a minor within the de
partment or allied departments of
approximately
the work.
The two shall have graduate relationship.
New requirements state that a
thesis shall be required of each
candidate, and, in those depart
ments where 30 hours are required,
credit of six semester hours may be
granted for the thesis. A ready
knowledge of at least one foreign
language to be pertinent to the
program of the student.
two-thir- ds

one-thi-

rd

Education Croup
To Hear Lawrence
A. J. Lawrence, assistant professor of economics at the University,
will be the principal speuker Friday, March 20. before the Business
Education division of the North
Education
assiciution,
Carolina
which will meet at Raleigh from
Thursday, March 19, to Saturday,
March 21.
The subject of his address is
"Needed Readjustments in Business Education."
Mr. Lawrence is at the present
time editor of the Modern Business
Kducation, oil Rial Journal for the
Southern Business Education association.

BOLES' SON HONORED

John Boles, son of Mr. and Mrs.
S. A. Boles, wus selected as the
winner of the Yale cup at Henry
Clay High school, it was announced
today. The cup is given on the
basis of character, scholarship and
athletics.

A.A.UA7. TO GIVE

Outstanding Hackrourt

Per-

former Known For Consistency, Ability

FORUM SERIES

Members of the University basketball team last night elected
Warfield Donohue, varsity guard
for the past two seasons, as captain
"Does Lexington Need a New of the 1936-3- 7 team, at a meeting
Social Work Program" Will held before the annual banquet
given by the Lexington Alumni
Be Subject of First
club at the Phoenix hotel.
Meeting Tonight
Donohue, a consistent performer
and a mainstay of the Wildcat
"Does Lexington Need a New So- team for two seasons, succeeds Ancial Work Program?" will be the dy Anderson, his running mate in
topic of the first of a series of the backcourt. Donohue is a prothree Tuesday night meetings at duct of St. Xavier High school in
the Phoenix hotel sponsored by the Louisville.
American Association of University
Approximately
100 persons atWomen, to be held at 7:30 p. m. to- tended the banquet and saw 8. A.
night. Miss Mary Buckingham, ex- "Daddy" Boles present varsity letecutive secretary of the Family ters and freshmen numerals to the
Welfare society, will be the speak following men: Captain-ele- ct
Don
er. Miss Harriet Williams will pre- ohue, Craig, Taylor, Carlisle, Lewside.
is, B. Davis, Anderson, Ooforth, ElThis is Lexington's second an- lington, Walker and Bliss, all of
nual "Know Your Own Communiwhom were awarded the varsity Institute" and will be under the ty K."
direction of Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes, Those receiving
were
numerals
chairman of the
Strohm, Opper, Day, Adams. Curstudy group.
tis, Rose, Head, Hardin, ThompDr. H. H. Hill, superintendent of son, McLain and Garland.
Lexington public schools, will
the
Miss Marguerite McLaughlin,
conduct the second open forum president of the Lexington Alumni
Tuesday, March 24, using as his association, presided and acted as
Need a toastmistress at the ceremonies.
subject "Does Lexington
Program?"
Growing
Educational
Mrs. Phoebe B. Worth will preside
at this meeting.
The third of the series of discus
sions, "Does Lexington Have a
Housing Problem?" will be held
Tuesday, March 31, under the di Symphony Orchestra
rection of Mr. Hugh Meriwether
Modern Music, Including
and will be presided over by Mrs.
"Rhapsody in Blue"
Deephouse.
Laura
social problems will be dis
Other
The modern classic "Rhapsody in
cussed at the meetings.
was
Blue," by George Gershwin,
played last ntght by the Transylvania Symphony orchestra at a
program of modern American music
presented by the McDowell club at
Morrison chapel. Miss Ernestine
Histories of Jackson Pur- Delcamp played the piano solos.
Mrs. R. L. Curtis, soprano, who
chase, Paducah Homes Apwas accompanied by Mrs. Eleanor
pear in Magazine
Knox, sang compositions by three
contemporaries: "By a Lonely ForTwo graduates of the Journalism est," by
Gendepartment of the University of tleman," Griffes; "To a Young "Welby Carpenter, and
Kentucky, Lois Purcell Noel, and
Harry Bolser, are the authors of come Sweet Wind," by Cadman. a
Mrs.
articles appearing in the 1936 Win paper May Hughes Noland read
entitled "Modern Tendencies
ter edition of the Kentucky Prog
in American Music." Her paper
ress magazine.
Miss Noel, who is the author of enumerated and explained some of
book on the life of John Hunt the principles and techniques of
Morgan, wrote an article entitled modern American music and were
Historic Houses of Paducah and illustrated by the soloist and orMcCracken County," in which she chestra.
In addition to the Gershwin
tells the histories of the old home
steads in Paducah and surround- Rhapsody the orchestra played
"The Angelus," from the Second
ing country.
Symphony by Henry Hadley, the
Mr. Bolser, now chief of the Courier Journal bureau in Paducah, second movement of the Nordic
and a member of Phi Kappa Tau Symphony of Howard Hanson, and
fraternity, wrote "The History of "On the Trail," from the Grand
Purchase," an article concerning Canyon Suite by Ferdie Grofe.
from
the "Jackson Purchase,"
which eight counties in Kentucky
and 20 in Tennessee were formed.
social-econo-

Transy Musicians
Present Program
Plays

Journalism Grads

Publish Articles

BONES OF INDIAN

Legal Frat Holds
Regular Meeting ARE UNCOVERED
Phi Delta Phi, honorary professional legal fraternity, held its regmeeting Friday
ular
night in the club rooms at the Law
building. The new initiates were
Increases
the
which
welcomed
membership of the fraternity to its
largest enrollment In recent years.
George Skinner, magister, presided and gave a constructive outline
for fraternity work this semester
Including both legal and social activities. Congratulations were then
extended to the seven members of
Phi Delta Phi who were successful
in the tryouts and were picked to
form the group of eight men from
which the Court of Appeals team
Hhese men are
will be chosen.
Skinner, Salisbury, Geyer,, Savage,
Cooper, Tignor and HalL
The next meeting of the group
will be a luncheon at noon Friday
at the Patio.

DEAN EXPLAINS NEW
AGRICULTURAL ACT
Dean Thomas P. Cooper of the
announced
College of Agriculture,
yesterday that the new agricultural
program, bused on the Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment act,
will be placed before the farmers
ol the state hi a week or two. Dean
Cooper has Just returned from a
regional conference called by the
secretary of agriculture in Memphis.
The new act provides for preservation and Improvement of national
and
soil resources,
maintenance of the farmers' purpower, assurance of adechasing
quate supplies of foods and libers
for consumers, and the protection
of rivers and harbors against the
effects of soil erosion.

U. K. Museum Staff Photographs Grave; Bones Are
Placed in Glass Case; No
Artifacts Found
a

The bones of an Indian, probably
member of the Algonquin tribe,

were uncovered by P.W.A. workers
Stoll field Friday, March 13. The
grave, thought to be about three
hundred years old, was found beneath the cinder path of the athletic field.
The Indian, whose skull and leg
bones were still intact, was thought
to have been approximately sixteen
vears old at the time of burial.
Members of the department of an
thropology at me university were
unable to say whether lt was a boy
or girl.
The grave was noticed by w.
Records, who immediately notified
members of the University museum
staff. Pictures of the grave were
taken after which the bones were
removed to the museum where
they will be assembled in a glass
case by referring to the photograph.
Tliis discovery brings to mind the
finding last yeur of the grave of an
Indian baby at Stoll field. It also
renews the belief that Stoll field
is a prehistoric burying ground of
the Indians.
No artifacts were found in the
grave.

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t.

RELATIONS CLl'B TO MEET
The International

Relations

club

will meet at 4 p. m. Wednesday, in
Room 204 of the Administration
building, to hew a lecture on "Conditions in Germany," by Mr. G. U.

Sclimala of the

German

dcktil-men- t.

REPlBLlt'ANS TO MEET
There will be un important meeting of the Republican club ut 7:30
o'clock Weduesduy, in Room 111 of
McVey hull. All members and interested students are urged to attend. The purpose of the meeting
is to select delegate to the meeting
of the Young Republican clubs in
Louisville, March 30.
I

MISS WADE TO

SPEAK

Miss Gertrude Wade, of the Home
Economics department, will speak
on "Spring Styles for the Fashion,"
to members of the
able
YWCA freshman group, at 4 p. m.
Thursday, in the Woman's build'
ing,
Co-ed-

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1034.
The record was actually worse last year
Mr. Rearer
THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
May I, Mr. Ahrrn
Because of the doctor's orders
for the reasons that the rale of death per acci
Kntuc:, u tec
EnrM l th Pnut Offlr it
Physiology students well know Warfleld Donohue could not escort
n.1 cum mtttr niKIrr th Act of March I. l7t.
dent increased nearly 7 ht cent. W'c had fewer
that the famous "windbag" Mnjor Edith Reager to the Kappa formal,
MFMHFR
no advantage whatso- but ole Dr. Meanie couldn't keep
but worse accidents in 19.1.r.
Eiigy says that he Is too busy to write his column and for me to try Hoople holds
Tnlnirton Bnrd of Crnnmrrr
ever in the art of telling adventur- him from slipping out for a late
JMlnniil Onllrfr Prr
A.nnclntlnn
Driving errors were involved in
of aRaln to please the public. Dorn it, I knew I was doln' the wrong thing ous tales over Dr. Allen. He Is
date. When there Is a way love will
Kentucky Intrcnlliat Prw Aaorlatlon
International Nfwi Service
the Kn.tniti accidents rctxnted. Carelessness in when I climbed out of bed early this morntn" and did all my studying. prince of a prof who generously ap- find it.
plies wit with his hard, but InterA mfmhff of tn
Maif Collate Publication. rnrntcrt hE driving killed 21.000 xople. So far as the fads Never content to leave well enough alone.
A. J Korrla Hill D , 15ft E. 42nd At., Nr
Tork CUT;
Capt.
The Kappa dance was the tops. Not too crowded, not too "sticky" esting subject. At present he Is inChlnejro: Call Bntldina;, flan Pranrisco; 941 WmC
Werkar Drlv.
giving a minstrel show
show, ihc tenific tragedies of picxious years according
terested
Recently Ray Ferman took Stan
rood Blvd., Lot Awrrlra: 1004 Brrond Atc, Brattle.
to the jargon used In an editorial In the Inst issue of the Ker- In order in raise needed cash for
to
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have taught us very little. Apparently more nel. I staggered and then had the privilege of havln' the sixth
PURUSHFO ON TUFSDAY8 AND PRimYS
the student loan fund. 8. O. 8. pre-m- ed
carelessness was exhibited last vcar than ever
s.
Did I enjoy it? Rawtherl The report of the 1.008 balloons and the
F.dilor-iChief
Norm s C. G ri
15 miles of crepe paper used for decorations, like Mark Twain's death.
befi ie.
Manuring Editor
Kravk Korrifs
Three Is a Crowd
In years past, mimcioiis cxeriinents in safe mas slightly exaggerated.
Gamble Dick's one and only, LuDwtght McMahln savs that he is How
list. Managing F.dito
John Christie
traffic control have been undertaken and aban
top man In the triangle. How about wore did you like the red one he cille Thornton, has led him into one
to class last week. Dr. W. W. of those triangle affairs. Handsome
HERL SHALL THE KERNEL ALL
doned. First we had laws and ordinances which It Brown?
Jennings
Special to U. K. Students
Jack May and "Sis" Craft dining I like the and his daily boutonnlere. J. Rice Walker to VERY much "that
Idea.
STUDENT RIGHTS MAINTAIN established ridiculously low speed limits. These at the Teacup Inn. A nice place to
way" about the Kappa beauty and
Sigma Delta Chi meetings are
PERMANENT WAVES
go on Sunday night. Good food most
she like it! Clark Gable looks
limits were ignored because they were ridicu
entertaining. One member does an amateur when Jay puts his
and excellent service. How about told me
like
$2.50 to $8.50
he had to take a taxi home technique into effect. Careful, Jay,
THE HIGH SCHOOL TOURNAMENT
lous. Most of these ancient laws and ordinances It, "Sis," am I forgiven for that re
after every one of them to keep you were seen in action.
I made to you at the Plkap all
mark
SHAMPOO AND FINGER
the cats In town from following
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week have been rccaled or tacitly ignored by en dance?
potent stuff.
forccmcnt authorities.
WAVE, 40c
Mary's Lamb.
Is it easy for you to remember him. Mackerel la can tell a good
the campus will be favored with the presence o
Niel Plummer
Mary had a little lamb, so does
We must establish some effectual discipline names? You know, I have a heck-uv- a story about the monument of GenMANICURE, 35c
the outstanding secondary cage teams of the
time at that sort of thing. All
Mary LeBus. Doss Reld is his name.
for motorists. It is absurd to wait until a reck Joes are BJls and all Smiths are eral Morgan and his men. Catch Everywhere Mary goes. Doss is seen
state. These representatives of the various sec
him in a mellow mood and I'll
Jones. Makes it rather embarrass- frmfnr
IfillrH mmpnn
r1nrriirinrr
trailing close behind. Some day thi
tions of the commonwealth will battle through Irss rlrivrr hat
" iiig when I'm trying to make an guarantee you a laugh.
.
.
What Is it that causes some peo- little lamb is going to grow up to be
Whlcn brings me ple to break on girls
the tournament in an effort to win the coveted him of his license. Much sharper inspection of introduction.
they don't a nice big sheep.
ure-to Iltlle 8tory of
driving practices must be established, and those
know. Heard of one method that a
222 South Lime
championship.
tire method of remembering names. boy used that actually got over. He
K am pas Kelly
Along with the members of the teams will whose road habits are clearly a source of danger Mac, a Scotchman and Mike, an would break and the girl would say, KeUy the Kop says he Is the mos
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Irishman met on a street corner as usual, "I'm sorry, but I don't be- eligible batchelor on the campus, j
come members of the student bodies of the va must be prohibited the use of the road.
t,
"Mike," lieve
lor a little
His favorite actress is Mae West,
I know you." The boy would
The motorist isn't the only reckless user or queried Mac, "how do you account
rious schools to cheer their classmates on t