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March 15, 1920 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Vol. III. No. 9
UN           B  University Students Are Strollers Will Produce Big Women Seek Entrance In . K!
_ N L R  T0     Eligible For Free Lands Clyde Fitch Play Joumahstic Sorority V _
      A   1 Former service men may procure The "C1imbe1·s" by Clyde Fitch, has The girls of UW P9D6·l`tm€¤t of  
. ij- 160 acres of fzlrni land in Wyoming, been chosen by the Strollers, the dram- J0¤I'¤&hSm of the U¤1l’€i`S1€Y df K€¤·r ·’
Radiwl changes in the g°V€"¤i“g sity? to formulatg aud direct tha according to information recently sent ntic organizetioii of the University of mCkY hsve Organized a_“'°man S 1*011* —
body of al-hI€U¢S have been madg by general athletic ‘p°1i°y; to pr°`mulgat·G out by the United States Department Kentucky, as their tenth annual pro- UNITY j0¤i`¤¤1iSti€ $01'0I`*t§’» known as ·_
016 action of the Senate of the Uni` regulations for the awmds of Hlettersn of Agriculture, and received here by duction. Phi SiEm3· It WAS Orgamzéq w¤th‘ '
vgrgity or Kentucky upon the recom- to the players on the various teams. Students of the University of I{Gu. Emery F,-Hier, Law,-Bncebmg, who sim of petitioniing Theta Sigma
mendation of the Senate Committee football, baseball, men’s basket ball, mckyl has played the leading male mms in the Womalfs national h0nm_m_y S 
appointed by President McVey Some gi1·ls’ basket ball, tennis and track; to A bm has been passed by Congress three former productions, has been ity in j0um&]jSm_
time ago to investigate the athletic pass upon the eligibility of players, in giving formal. Service mglhsixty days Chgggn to play thg lggd again this The requirements for admission -
¤itl1B.£i0!1· which Case the Student members priority in filing on land for h0me· year. VGFY rigid. Thi? student must bl? ill
In &cC0l‘di1!10G with the ‘T€COmm€¤d&' Of the Council Shall have D0 Wm; t° stead purposes and that privilege un- Miss Mary Elizabeth Downing, Lou- he? Junior Y€¤1` Hf U1G U¤il·’€1‘SitY,
tions or the committee the Athletic S¤1>P¤1‘i high $01*001 ioumilmeuisi del- tins recent mw, gives such men isviue, has earned the rnmenn lead- must have il standing of 1.9. must
. Asgcciatigny which formerly had con- to take steps to attract to Credit fm. time they Served in the mg femme pam This is Bliss Down. have no conditions or failures in a
trol gf athletics passes out of exis- the University on as many army, navy O1. mining corps during the ings mst yea]- at the University but journalistic subject and must be _pron1-
tance and in its place an zlthlétic occasions as possible the alumni; and Mexican Ybordgr trouble Or me World She has had ample tmmmg_ She has inent in college activities. The pur-
council will be appointed by the ·D1`BS· to establish and provide for mainte- Wm-_ This Service Xvill Count tovvard played fhg lem] ju Several high School poses of the organization are to fur-
ident, of the University and Will 00¤· nance ofn trophy room in which pic· the three ygmsi msidencg On the land shows and is well suited for the part; ther interest in journalism, to promote
gm; of the president, the director of tures, records of athletic teams and required by1a'\V_ milton Rigvilly Fmmkfopt, Grover literature and education, and to pro·
athletics, three faculty members, ’cW0 other trophies of thletic achievement Dame] C_ (Kit) ·Cm.SOH_ Richmond, ·Qy€eCh, Pineville, and pmsmn Cherry, mote social interests.
Students and three citizens of may be kept. The Athletic Council H Sophomore at the University Of Ken. Morgantown, will play the most impor. The girls who have formed the chap-
Lexiugtnn and Fayette county, shall have charge of providmg prop- tu,Cky_ left last Thursday night fm. tant 5@(;Ogdg_I·y1·()]gS_ The other mem- ter ere: Martini Buckmen, Corydon;
` either alumni ot the University or er» coaches for the teams, and it is Cheyemg Wyoming, to me EL `claim be.;-S of the Cast mg.; Aurylmg Ben, Louise Will, Louisville; Adele Slade,
3 men interested in the athletics at 'CIIG stated that tl. f00T.b3.II CO2l.Ch of 11€Lti0I12l.l On this ]&nd_ Eminence; Terrill Corn, Hsyrgdgburg; Ludlow; EUZKUGUI Cd1‘d, Pi11€Vil€i
· University. The teiglns of all members reputation will be procured for 1920. Carson I.€_€m€1.€d School last fall William Film, Burlington; BH-ank Wed- Elizabeth Marshall Lexington; lvlary »
of the council will be for a period of The investigating committee also after Serving more than two years in ekgmpgly Louisville; John Williams, Archer Bell, Huntington VV. Va.; Mar-
__ three years except those Of the SUP recommends to the attention of the the United Stams Army Most Of his highland; John Mm-Sh Land, Nicllolag- garet McClure, Lexington, and Mar- K
4 dem; members which shall be f01‘ R new council the building in the nes; Service was in the Vicinity Of Archam ville; M;u»th3_ Buckmmll Corydon; garet McLaughlin, Lexington. `
period of one year. future of ai concrete stadium; the ·bet~ gg], Russia, asm] Oggcgy Of the North Louise Connell, Paris; Carlisle Che- ” "*—”"
` The council Shell have full Como] ter equipment Of the gymnasium wd Russia Expeanionary Force. Mult. Maysville; Clarabel Kay. Bowling Green Boy
‘ or athletics. the m·¤Sld·¤¤*¢, however, the l>¤llIi;;i§rnvl;ii;Eis;;;§ gaxitrgglrfge C22?
Mgmbg;·g of the University of Ken- James Hudnall, Riverside, was Goebel Porter, Dixon, has been Molgmtonn, am Gruslmg managgrl Of the University Of_ Kentucky on · _.
V tucky faculty have taken initial SYZGDS elected president, of the Shgler Geo- Chosen Class mmm. bsv the Senior Class March 1 and 5, respectively. .  
.’ to organize a, "University Faculty logical Society of the University or of the Univgrsity Of Kentucky, to take University Teachers To · The K. I. A. O. includes Transylvan-
i C1ub," Dr. Glenville Terrell, dean of Kentucky for- the ensuing term at the the place Og Emery Frazier, who has Organize Faculty   E, Centre, Georgetown, Ferea, and tie ‘
` the Graduate Sshool, was chosen ch&i1‘— last meeting of the club. left {hg g]ggS_ ______ elltuclty Wesleyan (lo leges and   e
  man and Professor Enoch Gfehim, The other officers elected were; Ln- porter has Shown mgrlqgd gyatgrical Au initial meeting Of the faculty University of Ixentucliy. By wmningg V  
g head of the Department of Journalism. Fayette Herndon, Fulton, vice presi- nun forensic ability yvhjlg in Ken members of the University Of Kem this contest Smith enioys the honor of ;, 
`· secretary of the preliminary meeting. dent; Glenn Tinsley, Hartford, secre-· tunky, having been a member Of the mcky was held ,Mm_`ch 8 in the lima representing Kentucky in the mter· 5
  The club has been Urgamzed for S°' tary? and Walter M°U`iS· lL<>¤_ OfHCBl‘$ FOP The TCH!] it is expected that other fratemities S€C0l’ld Term Pl€dEU$ Tlle Universit`, of Kemucks, lMzty 7—Miami, there.
,. —. . will SOOI1 fOHOW, 8.Ild that 3. gI`O\1p of **"“ was 1·gp]·gggntgd* at the 7 ygggut IWBY 8—D€D&UW, there.
` Virginia Gmllam. LeXi¤S€011. W&S Such houses will be erected Ou thd The sororities of the University of State Student, Y_ M_ C_ A_ Conference May 1~0—Waba.sh, there.
·. elected president of the PSYCh0l0gY UmV€1`SitY E¥'0u¤dS» under UHiV91`SitY Kentucky announced the following at Danyrjllg by Ggorgg Gregory, Har. May 11—Indiana or Michigan,
Club of UIQ University of Kentucky at €l1D9l‘VlSiO1‘l. pledges at [hg gud gf thg ggcgmd gem- dinsburg; Robert Raiblgy Louisville; there,
its initial meeting last Wednesday —— —- ester rushing season: George Bl;mm,g8,;·ten [louisville, and May 15——Georgetown, there.
f evening- _ _ · Y_ M_ C_ A_ Scholarships Alpha Gemma De1t·a—Je¤¤ Elliott. Robert Davis, ·Newport. The faculty May 25—centre, here.—
~ Elizabeth Card, Pineville, Cather— -, S0m€l`S9t- of the University was represented by "‘—;‘*‘·‘·‘
4 ine Reed, Marion; William Seward, To Ex`ScYvlce Men Alpha Xi Delta—Isabel Darnell, Prgfggggy Freeman, Dean Melchm-_ TRACK MEET SCHEDULE
  Maysville, and Frank Tuttle, Lexing- *" Mayslick; Mary Hardy Ligon, Hick· Dean Boyd, professor Best and profes- The schedule for track meets of _
` ' ton, were appointed to draw up a con- Word has been received at the Uni- man. Sor Bureau, the University of Kentucky are as
i stltution ond formulate by-laws for versity of Kentucky that the National Chi Omega.—Lucy Smith, Maysville; Gygggry made E talk at the. faculty follows:
Y the club and submit them at the next War Work Council of the Y. M. C. A. Eleanor M01‘Se, Lexington. conference gn "W1~la,1; the Y, M, C, A, April 17—VanderbiIt at Lexington.
, meeting. is offering scholarships to ex-service Kappa. Del·ta—iAllie Russel Fish, Lex- can expect of the Fe,en1ty," April 24—Miami at Lexington. (
Q ` A student must have had at least men who are in need of funds to con- ington. _ The colleges represented were: May 8—Cincinnatl at Cincinnati. ·
  one term’s work in psychology before tinue their education. The amount of Kappa Kappa Gamma·—Mnjorie Rid- Centre, Georgetown, Transylvania, May 14-15-8. L. A. A., at Atlanta,
  being eligible for membership in the the fund allotted to each man is to be dle. Lexington; Martha Van Meter, Berea, Union College, Eastern State Ga.
  club. decided by the district committee. Lexington. Normal and University of Kentucky. May 22—State Meet at Lexington.
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