xt786688hn5n https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt786688hn5n/data/mets.xml University of Kentucky Fayette County, Kentucky The Kentucky Kernel 19350308  newspapers sn89058402 English  Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. The Kentucky Kernel The Kentucky Kernel, March  8, 1935 text The Kentucky Kernel, March  8, 1935 1935 2013 true xt786688hn5n section xt786688hn5n ,

Best Copy Available
-

FRIDAY EDITION
KERN Eli)

SEMI-WEEKL-

Jf

iiotiiwi

m

,

THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
UNIVERSITY

OF

BIRDS - EYE VIEW OF U.K. CAMPUS

ODK AND CWENS

VOCALCDNTEST
Sins" Will

"ATI-Camp-

J.
V

place Annual Custom

v--

Le Ballet Riuue de Monte Carlo
convincingly displayed their ability
to a large and appreciative audience in their performance at the
Woodland auditorium last Wednesday evening.
Interpreting In a sparkling per
formance the various schools of the
ballet, the company opened the
performance with, "Les Sylphides ',
danced to the music of Chopin.
This number was followed by a
dance In the comic vein, "Scuola
by the
dl Ballet," accompanied
music of Boccherlnl, and to con
clude their performance, the ballet
presented, "Le Beau Danube," to
music of Johann Strauss.
Credit must go to four people
for their artistic Interpretations:
Tamara Toumanova, Ttalana Rla- bouchlnska, Paul Petroff, and the
Maltre de Ballet, Leonlde Masslne,
whose final appearance moved the
audience In interrupt the number
with their applause.

LOCAL VOCALISTS
CHOSEN AS JUDGES

Announcement

that an annual

has been
us

y

made
Ring,
Kap-

sponsored by Omlcron Delta
pa, national leadership fraternity,
and Cwens, Sophomore womens'
honorary, will be held on April 6
at Memorial hall.
A committee composed of Elvis
Stahr, and Ben P. Taylor, representing O. D. K., and Virginia
Robinson, representing Cwens, are
working on the rules for the sing
which replaces the traditional Integrate rnlty sing. This year's sing
will extend an invitation to specified
Independent groups for entering
both men and womens" contests.

Tenative plans call for a minimum of eight and a maximum of
16 persons to a group. Selections
will be limited to one fraternity
song and one Terse of the Alma
Mater. Independent groups will be
allowed to substitute one
selection or spiritual In the
place of a fraternity song. All contesting groups will sing unaccompanied and musical direction during the competition may be done
only by a member of the group.
Music majors are to be available to
coach entering teams.
;
The - Judges will be Lexington
vocal teachers and not affiliated In
any way with the University. Their
names are to be withheld until
after the sing. Last year, Delta Tau
Delta was the winner of the
semi-classic- al

Inter-fraterni- ty

Sing with Alpha Sigma
Phi taking second place. In the
Women's division. Kappa Delta was
the winner. It is the aim of the
committee that by the establishSing more
ment of an
teams will be entered and a more
interesting program can be arus

ranged.

News Flashes
BLAST 18 FATAL TO NINE
George, Utah, March 7 (INS)
An Inquest was ordered here today into the deaths of at least nine
persons who were blown to pieces,
burned to death or struck down by
falling timbers when 2,800 pounds
exploded at the
of nitoglycerin
Arrowhead Oil company's new well,
five miles south of here. Bodies of
five were recoved during the night.
At least four other persons are
known to have been killed.

Si

CAMPBELL

BREAKS

RECORD

Ocean Speedway, Daytona Beach,
Fla., March 7 (INS) Sir Malcolm
Campbell this afternoon set a new
world's land speed record of 272.727
miles per hour, barely eclipsing the
record he set here two years ago at
272.108 miles per hour.
GOLD RESERVE INCREASED

RETAINS

U. K. Campus in Its
IJauty Is Romantic
Land Upon Which University
Stands Was Known as
Maxwell Woods
The campus of the University has
a background of tradition and
scenic beauty that is as romantic
as it is historically Interesting.
The land upon which the University stands is a portion of that sec-

tion of Lexington which was known
in revolutionary times as Maxwell
Woods, and was so named because
it was the plot of land claimed by
John Maxwell and his bride Sarah,
who were the first settlers to stake
a claim and build a cabin outside
of the protecting walls of Fort Lexington.
The little log house which was
the first home of John and Sarah
Maxwell was erected on the spot
where Patterson hall, women's residence hall at the University, now
stands. The home of President and
Mrs. McVey, Maxwell Place, is so
named because of its location In
the heart of what was formerly
Maxwell Woods.
Tradition has it that Henry Clay
once said that "a man could not
consider himself a Kentucklan until
he had watered his horse at Maxwell Spring," a spring located on
the University campus, which was,
until the erection of the new stadium, protected by an old spring
house.

The land in and near the

Univer-

sity of Kentucky football field has
been the training ground for five
wars the battle of the Revolution;
the War of 1812; The War Between

the States; the Spanish-Americand the World War. Formerly it
was used for a public meeting place
which made it easily accessible for
training quarters, and during later
years, since the University of Kentucky has occupied its historic
ground. It has been a military camp
during military encounters.
Near Mechanical hall of the College of Engineering, there is preserved, on a cement block, a section
of the first railroad in the west, the
old Lexington and Ohio railroad.
An interesting sun laboratory, presented to the College of Engineering by Mr. Percy H. Johnston, New
York City, tests the effect of heat
and light on plants and animals.
A display of minerals and semi
precious stones from the Col. Will

A model procedure for students contemplating attending
the University was issued yesterday by the Publicity bureau.
If planning to attend the
University, the student should:
principal send
1. Have your
in to the Registrar, University
of Kentucky, Lexington, a transcript of your high school credits. This does not obligate you
and should be done Immediately,
whether you are sure of attending or not.
2. Write a request to the Registrar for a copy of the University catalogue, so that you will
have full Information about
courses and fees.
3. Make your reservation for
room in the residence halls
from the Dean of Men or the
Dean of Women as soon as you
are sure of attending.
4. Look up one of the student
members of the Committee of
240 from your county and talk

over those numerous problems
will come to mind.

that

Musical Program
To Be Given By
Girls' Glee Club

os

BE HELD TUESDAY
The regular monthly membership
dinner of the Y. M. O. A. will be
given it I p. m. Tuesday, March
12 at Maxwell Presbyterian church.
Dr. W. D. Funkhouse, who recent
ly took a
trip around the
world, will show his own motion

pictures and lecture on the Inhabl
tants of the South Sea Islands.
Tbe price of the dinner will be
twenty-fiv- e
cents and tickets can
be secured from any member of the
Y. M. O. A. cabinets or from the
Y. M. C. A. office. Julian Cox and
William Sparks compose the coot'
mittee In charge of arrangement.

here December 7, 1831. William H.
Saunders was named captain of
the first company which was
designated as Company "C". Captain Saunders and his first group
competed in the drill meets held
In the spring or 1932 at the University of Illinois and captured first
place. The four schools which competed against Kentucky that year
were: Illinois University, Indiana
University,
Michigan
State, and
Ohio SUte. In 1933, Kentucky,

under the leadership of Captain

Joseph Mills, again took first place
In the most colorful meet of the
three previously held, according to
old members, which took place at

frantically

Group

Women's Glee
The
club under the direction of Mildred
Lewis will present the Sunday
Afternoon Musicale In the Memorial Auditorium at the University
Sunday at 4 p. m. Mrs. Eugene
Bradley of Georgetown will appear
as piano soloist with the club. Miss
Elizabeth Hardin Is the accompanist for the club.
The Women's Glee club under the
competent direction of Miss Lewis
has become an outstanding musical
organization on the campus. They
have appeared In several of the
during the season
and musicians have been lavish In
their praise of their work.
Mrs. Bradley is well known In
Central Kentucky as a pianist of
(Continued on Page Ten)
University

near-by-tow-

University of Kentucky. Last
year, Kentucky again triumphed in
the drill meet held at the University of Indiana In Bloomington.
They were commanded by Captain
Charles Kaufman. This year the
company, trained by faculty advisor
Captain I. O. Scudder, and under
the command of Captain O. P.
Reuter, stands a good chance to
continue Kentucky's record in the
1935 meet, which will be held at
Ohio State University at Columbus,
Ohio.
Kentucky's famous Wildcat maneuver Is an Important factor In
her success. This difficult movement requires practically all the
foot movements and the manual of
arms, and when executed, shows
precision rarely equalled.

demanding

SOME-

THING In the way of news
d
flashes to fill up the
column In order to prevent the
Atkins-canibattle from being
put in. But it slipped In somehow and here It Is, so there's
nothing much we can do about it.
left-han-

ne

ENGINEERS PLAN
RESEARCH BOARD
Is To Serve As A Clearing
House For University And
Outside Sources In Technical Work
The College of Engineering, Uniproposes to
versity of Kentucky,
establish a Bureau of Engineering
Service and Research which will
further encourage, systematize and
d
function of
correlate the
the College which is that of giving

MEET

HERE TOMORROW

two-fol-

its students a thorough training in

All-Stat-

4'"!i

Ni

e

Conference to Be the fundamentals
Held in Women's
to' vj....
Building
TTnivArsirv hut tn

'

Conference of WomAn
en's Athletic Association representatives from every school of collegiate rank In Kentucky will be held
In the University Woman's Building tomorrow, .beginning at 11:30
a. m.
Registration will end at 12:15
All-Sta- te

HONORARY FRAT
HOLDS PLEDGING
Four Engineering Students

iuncneon

in the University

Com-A-

re

Inducted at Exercises mons at 12:30. Dean Sarah Bland- guesc speaner
me
Held Wednesday Morning win be tneMargaret Warren,lorpres
luncheon.
in Memorial Hall
University W. A. A.,
ident of the

neering fraternity, held pledging
exercises for four men at 10 a. m.
Wednesday in Memorial hall.
Those pledged were: E. L. Cull,
Carrollton; J. E. Hocker, Owens-borOwlngs-villA. B. Thompson,
and Columbus Floyd, Stanford.
Stanford Neal, president of the
organization, presided at Wednesday's exercises and gave a brief
history of the organization. Prof.
D. V. Terrell, acting dean of the
college, made a short talk and introduced the speaker of the morning. Coach Adolph Rupp.
night the pledges
Wednesday
were guests of honor at a banquet
at the Lafayette hotel, at which
the speakers were Professor Terrell and Professor P. H. Clyde of
history departthe University
ment. Active members and guests
were present.
The active members of Tau Beta
PI are: Stanford Neal. W. B. Cun-dlf- f,
O. L. White, W. F. Eversole,
H. M. Shedd, F. M. Lockrldge, F.
M. Moody, O P. Reuter, W. R.
Wakefield, James Black, Calvin
Cramer, C. P. Reeves, C. E. Archer, R. 8. Orwin, O. B. Cunningham,
J. H. Johnson, Harold Hill, and
o;
e;

Richard Stltes.

Interfrat Council

Has New Members

Fraternities Must Turn in
Points for Sophomore
Cup Soon

Several changes in the membership of the Interfraternlty council
have been made wun tne turn ox
the semester. All of the 18 fraternities continue to have a representative and the officers remain
the same. The new members are
Kappa Alpha;
Keith Shepherd,
Fersmng Kuie members are Carl Erik son, Sigma Phi Epsilon;
chosen because of their aptness In Ike Moore. Delta Tau Delta; Frank
drill. Chapters are being established Borrles, Phi Kappa Tau, and Wilat many schools recently, especially liam Berryman, Alpha 8ima Phi
Officers ot the council are Walin the South. Cincinnati established
n,
Henry
a chapter In 1933 and In 1934 chap- ler Hunt, president;
Elvis Stahr,
ters were established at Dayton and
at Akron. Pershing Rifles has been secretary, and Tom Atkins, treasInstrumental In training many of urer.
Part of the proceeds of th.
the members of the organized
on Pag. Ten)
Reserve Officers Training Corps.

SEE
PLENTY OF ACTION

BIG BLUE SlIKS

More than 1300 high school seniors from over 100 high schools
throughout Kentucky will participate in the Kentucky Cooperative
Testing Service tests on March 13,
according to an announcement by
Prof. E. J. Asher, chairman of the
Technical committee of the service.
Tests offered by this service are
given for the purpose of promoting
standardized intelligence and
testing In Kentucky
high schools and colleges, to provide high school principals with Information for guiding students, and
to give colleges information about
high school students.

WAA WILL

official Scoring Record
Ily Hinging Up
16 Markers

You'v

High Schools Give
Testing Service

PRESIDENT

'IJiff Ed" Edwards Makes Un

Last! Local
Man Bites Muft

A. A.
"Andante Cantable" Will Be Kentucky Alpha chapter of Tau will hear the reports from W. meetFeatured by Choral
honorary engi- representatives in a business from
Beta PI, national
ing in the Woman's Building

an

8t. Louis. Mo., March 7 (INS)
It took Jim Londos, heavyweight
wrestling champion of the world,
just 39 minutes to pin Ed "Strang-ler- "
Lewis here last night. Londos
Pershing Rifles, honorary mlll-sth- e
has defeated the "Strangler" three
times since the pair grappled In tary fraternity, Is an organization
of which the Unlversit of Kentucky
Chicago last September.
students and faculty may be Justly
proud. For three years they have
VENIZELOS LEAVES CRETE
competed In the annual drill meets
of the Fifth Corps area and have
London, March 7 (INS)
Venlzelos, rebel
taken first place each time. Kenof Greece, has abandoned the tucky will compete for the fourth
Island of Crete, and fled towards time this year and prospects are
Egypt, It was reported today In a bright for the trophy to remain in
Kentucky and tbe company's record
Reuter telegram from Alexandria.
to remain unbroken.
Pershing Rifles was organized
YMCA DINNER WILL
Eleu-ther-

Procedure for New
Students Is Listed

Local Chapter Of Pershing
Rifles Boasts Good Record

TITLE

all heard the story
about a dog biting a man and
it not beins news, and the in
evitable crack about a man bit
ing a dog being news.
Well, believe it or not. about
the middle of the afternoon yesterday the Kernel was badly in
need of a "number one" story,
I.e., something really big. A fervent appeal was made to News
Editor Tom Atkins ana it seemea
It was up to him. So what did
he do? He promptly strolled out
on the campus adjacent to McVey hall, and seeing a mongrel
canine, viciously bit the poor
animal upon the neck!
What to do? News Editor Atkins had truly produced what is
traditionally "news." Pleas were
News
made to International
Service In Czechoslovakia, Slam,
Afghanistan, Abbysinnla, etc.,

Aerial Bumyi of PHUbursb, Ine.

Paris, March 7 (INS) The Bank
of France Increased its gold to the
extend of $10,500,000 during the
past week while the pound sterling
was plunging to new low levels in
relation to the franc, It was shown iam Boyce Thompson collection
(Continued on Page Ten)
in the bank's weekly statement,
published today.
WRESTLER

At

x

Sing

Teams Entered To Be Limited To Maximum of Sixteen Persons. Minimum of Eight

Wildcats Down Xavier Five
Easily in Last Game of the
Season by Score of 46-2- 9

!

Famous Monte Carlo Ballet
Troupe Here for One
Performance

-

of Interfratcrnity

NEW SERIES NO. 41

Large Muaience
Sees Le Ballet
Russe Perform

''V

Re-

Student of Today
College Students of Tomorrow

19.35

A

CO-SPONS- OR
I

DEDICATION NUMBER
To High School

KENTUCKY

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 8,

VOL. XXV.

TO

hi

1:30 to 3:30 p. m., and Mrs. P. K.
Holmes, assistant dean of women,
and
will speak on "Personality
Leadership."
.
.
A tea lor tne delegates ana tneir
friends will be given In the Worn
an's Building at 4:30 p. m.
The purpose of the state conference Is to prepare delegates from
Kentucky
for the Southeastern
Conference to be held at Greensboro, North Carolina, In the spring.
All members of the University W.
A. A. are expected to attend the
meetings tomorrow.

LANCES TO HOLD SERVICES
Lances, honorary society for outstanding Junior men, has announced that points are due within the
next two weeks from all fraternities wishing to compete for the
trophy the organization is offering
to the most outstanding group of
sophomores.

of- -

Engineering.

Capacity House

fteencies
as well and also to carry on research problems of various types.
The proposed bureau would serve
as a clearing house for all service
requests of every kind both from
the University itself and from outside sources. It would pass upon
the feasibility of the request, assign
the work to the proper departments,
see that It was executed as promptly as possible and pass upon any
financial questions that might be
involved.
The bureau would further utilize
the laboratories, shops and personnel of the College of Engineering
in the furtherance of research looking, in the main, toward the Increased welfare of the State and
of Its citizens. The fields of research demanding attention which
would bear directly upon the In
rtll!1fria.1 and hv.i.1 develoDment of
the State are the field of natural
mineral resources, the field of construction In all its phases, and the
field of design. It Is thought that
a bureau such as Is proposed could

Itupp-me- n

in Brilliantly Played

Contest
By JOE QCINN

Completely

dominating the play
throughout the entire game. Coach
Adolph Rupp's Wildcat basketball
team put the finishing touches on
a fine campaign by defeating the
highly regarded Xavier University
last night in the seaoutfit,
46-2- 9,

son's finale.
The capacity audience that filled
Alumni gym saw "Big Ed" Edwards,
handicapped by a sore throat and
a slight fever, set a new unofficial
Southern scoring record, when he

rang up
half.

16

markers in the initial

Djtve Lawrence,
playing his flnaontest for
gave S great exhibition of
floor play besides tallying 10 points
and was given a tremendous ova
tion as he left the floor In the closing minutes.
Starting off with a bang, the Big
Blue bewildered the visitors with
their speed to garner 11 points before Xavier scored on a foul and a
long basket by Sweeney after eight
minutes had elapsed.
Big Leroy Edwards counted first
for the 'Cats with a twist shot soon
after hostilities had begun and continued to play like a wildman
throughout the half, in which he
collected 16 markers.
The entire Wildcat crew played
brilliant ball from the start and
playing their usual tight defensive
game, kept the enemy sharpshooters away from the basket and all
their points were scored on long
heaves and charity throws. The
Xavier crew were scrapping manfully from the outset, but coul1 not
compete with the brilliant speed
merchants of Coach Rupp,' the team
d
like a
machine a- thuu nrnrfcAH tho hall in fnr mftn
close shots. Both teams missed a
good many shots, however, as the
half drew to a close, with the Blue
and White on top by a score ot
Ken-tucck- y,

MT of eing

outside

Sees

Close 19.35 Season

well-oile-

29-- 7.

The starting team opened the
second half for Kentucky, but the
Cat attack had slowed down after
gaining the long lead. Coach Rupp
removed Edwards after about three
minutes of play. It was five minutes
before Kruse sank a foul try for the
first points of the half. Dave Lawrence came back with two sensational shots to lengthen the lead
before McKenna dropped a heave
from far out on the court.
Jim Goforth and Duke Elllngtoa
were sent in to replace Anderson
and Donohue who played great balL
Ellington immediately counted on
a shot from the side and Lawrence
and Garland Lewis scored on crips
putting the 'Cats out In front by
Coach Rupp Inserted more
substitutes and, from this point on,
the game became wide open, with
the reserves unable to match the
correlate and direct the research Musketeer baskets.
work of the College of Engineering
The summary:
In such a way that the efforts ex- Kentucky
Xavier
pended would result In maximum Lawrence (10) ..f
6) Sack
benefits at a minimum of expense,
(4) Sweeney
Lewis (3)
f
to enter college.
Buckle w
Edwards (16), . .c
Anderson (3) ,.g
Maher
SCHOOL EXECUTIVES MEET
Koprowskl
Donohue (3) ...g
"Education Trends" was the genSubstitutions: Kentucky Carlisle
eral theme of discussion when the (5); Goforth; Ellington (4); Taylor
Blue Grass School's Executives' (2); Tlerney; Bliss. Xavier McClub met In the commons of the Kenna, (12); Krouse, (6); Doyle,
University last Tuesday night for (1); Teppe.
Referee Frank Lane.
meeting.
their
).
Umpire Dr. David Reese

I

40-1- 3.

mid-wint- er

(Den-lson-

High Average ot U.K. Law
Students Pass Bar Exams

Kampus
Kernels

examinations before complet- In a study of the state bar
lnatlon grades of students from the lng the required college work.
College of Law, University of KenDr. Murray's survey also shows
tucky, extending over a three-yethat all the graduates who were
period, It was ascertained that over rated as "good" or even as "fair"
80 per cent of those students passed students by the faculty of the ColMen's Student Council win meet
the examination on the first at- lege of Law, were admitted to practempt, as compared to an average tice law as a result of the first state at 5 p. m., Monday March 11 In the
Dean of Men's office.
of about 47 per cent as the general examination attempted.
state average.
No student from the University
The survey, made by Dr. Frank law school was Involved In the W. S. G. A. Council will meet at
Murray, professor of Law at the recent unethical conduct which 7:15 o'clock Monday night. In tbe
University, calls special attention to caused the June examinations to be Boyd hall reading room.
the fact that, although the Uni- 6et aside.
There will be a meeting of Phi
versity does not attempt to give
Mu Alpha in the Music building at
special training In preparation for
1:30 p. m. Saturday, March 9th.
SWIMMING RECORD BROKEN
the state bar examinations, but instead looks beyond this preliminary
Sigma Delta Chi, International
Chicago, March 7 INS) Adolph
step to a thorough preparation for
professional journalism fraternity,
professional life, yet the graduates Klefer, sensational
p. m. Tuesday at
of the school have been unusually backstroke artist, today had another will meet at 7:30
shattered record to his credit, the 114 Johnston Boulevard.
successful In the state tests.
The study also Indicates a close second lit a week. Competing In the
The third meeting of the Unicorrelation between the work of the central A. A. U. events last night
students In the law college and the as a member of the Lake Shore versity Aeronautical association
results of the bar examinations. athletic club 300 yard medley relay will be held at 7 o'clock Tuesday
night In Room 111. McVey hall
Practically all of the students who team, Klefer swam the
failed In the first attempt on the backstroke In 1 minute, cutting one This will be a very important meetseconds off the form' ing as It Is probable that the mem- bar examinations were classified in and one-fifthe lowest fifth of tbe student body, er mark for 25 yard pool compel!- - bership will be cloned, and all those
interested are urged to atteua.
and most of those attempted the tion,
exam-tsta-

te

ar

100-ya-

th

* Best
I'niiiiitimimuiimMimitHiumii
i

liiri.i

i!

M

lli

t

1

St
.1

nlng In honor of any composers m threw the mattresses on the floor
the state that may be present
and got them to wrestle with
Members of the board of the him. He kept In shape, all right,
Kentucky Musi a Teachers' assoIn time for the
ciation are: Miss Harriet Meador, and was released
Frankfort, president: Miss Mildred meet. But the other boys well, all
Lewis, Lexington; Miss Ltiry Chlnn, of them went back to bed with In
Frankfort; Mrs. Harold Trigg, Glasgow; and Miss Louise Best,

GUIGNOL THEATER SCENE

mm

i

Mi

iniiiii.iiii

lllliliilllllllllliiilllllill

'ttniitiimti

vuituxtmtuiiiuuiiutututiiiiiiiiiiiint

rt

SOCIETY
WILLIE injOHES SMITII, Editor

Phone A.ih. 385

pi
t,Jliliii;iIliiil!iillllimiiliiim!IIIUillliliiiiiiii

n

in

'

llillllia

strong Elliott, and Oladys

CALENDAR

.J

liJL

'

i

Camp- -

beU.

Wevia

8:

Alpha

Epsllmi Founders'
lnltlntlon, 6 p.

Df banquet and
a., chapter house.

Dutch Lunch club, noon,

Patter-n- o

hnlL

gatarday, Marrh 9:
tngma Alpha Epsllon formal,

creased temperatures, and could not
leave when their terms were up.
Mrs. Emma B. Wallace, Oeonr.
town, was a Monday evening da-n- er
guest at the Lambda Chi Alpha
house.

X

t?mnttttn::tnnnt:tn!t!minntnmtTm:ttm::mKt?jrtmtmim!;i;3

riii'.iimiiiiiiiiiniiniM'ii

T4ay, Marrh

Friday, March 8, 1936

THE KENTUCKY KERNEL

Fag; Two

Slumber Parly
The actives of Zeta Tau Alpha
entertained the pledges last week
with a slumber party at the chapter house. A buffet supper course
was served at midnight.

im

4

jj,ir

r

1

rir- -

Uaaaai

i

4

LmmA A fcitttiiiTBilii IXJSj

The Guignol theater, the com- are professional In caliber. Three
S
produced
munity playhouse on the Univer- or four other plays are which are
gymnasium.
p.
Alumni
Chi Delta Thl
year by the Guignol,
sity campus, under the direction each
Kappa Oamma tea dance,
Kappa
Chi Delta Phi met at 4 p. m. at
laboratory presentations for the
4 p. m., Alumni gymnasium,
the Canary Cottage. Miss Lucy of Frank O. Fowler, assistant pro- benefit of people working within
fssnday, March It:
Jenn Anderson, president, presided. fessor of English at the Universi- the theatre, and are each given one
Yesper program, Girls' Olee club,
Miss Lots Coblln gave a review ty, offers University students In- performance without charge.
p. m.. Memorial hall.
4
on the "Life of Vachel Lindsay" terested In dramatics a fine opporThe Guignol, under the expert
which she illustrated with pictures tunity to express their talents supervision of Mr. Fowler, has enG at ten
ThnmpMHi
original manuscript; and through participation and other joyed
and an
a very successful season so
Mr.
and Mrs. Clifton Lewis Miss Lois Frazar reviewed "Wine phases of little theater activity.
far this year, and will present
Ttiompafxi hare announced the en- from These Grapes" by Edna St.
The Guignol presents six pro- Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet"
gagement of their daughter, Ellm-bo- Vincent Mlllay.
ductions each school year, each of beginning the week of Monday,
Worthington, to Mr. Robert
which has a week's run at the lit- March 18, with Mr. Fowler In the
Edward Oatten, Evanston, Illinois.
Phi Beta Party
tle theater on Euclid avenue. These role of Romeo and Miss Marjorie
Phi Beta entertained with a party productions are patronized by stu- Powell, University student from
Mr, Bnrfaaer to Speak
from 4 to 6 o'clock Monday after- dents, faculty and townspeople and Baldwin, N. Y, as Juliet.
The Dutch Lunch club will meet noon in the red room of the
at noon today In the recreation
hotel. The guests of honor
Kentucky Federation of Musio
room of Patterson hall. The fea- were girls talented In music and
clubs In Paris, April 1 to 3.
ture of the program will be a talk dramatics.
The first day of the convention
1-given by Mr. Davis Buckner, of the
Following the party, bids were
3
will be given to discussions of speTlruIt!irl collnpe.
extended to Misses Mary Frances
cial interest to music teachers but
Mtss Nancy Becker, president, MeClaln, Ruth Ecton, Alvlnla Corwiil rne.sld
and Miss Patricia nell, Martha Sue Durham, Virginia Many Well Known Educators all of the events of the three-da- y
sessions are being planned for both
Park, program chairman, will In- Thorpe, Dorothy Murrell, Frances
Will I?e Featured on
edassociations. Many
troduce the speaker.
Garrison, Betty Woodson. Margaret
Program
ucators and musicians will give
Whaley, and Marjorie Jenkins.
Sigma Alpha Epsllon
talks and lead in the discussions,
Miss Mildred Lewis, of the de- and Interesting musical programs
Sigma Alpha Epsllon will obpartment of music, and Miss Louise have been planned.
serve Pounders Day with a banFRATERNITY ROW
Best, Lexington music teacher, will
One session of the convention will
ue to be held tonight at the
Richard Sproles spent the weekattend the annual meeting of the be devoted to compositions of Kenofcapter house. Initiation services
Kentucky Music Teachers' associa- tucky composers.
end at his home in Corbln.
wll precede the banquet.
Coleman Satterfield spent the tion to be held Jointly with the
A banquet will be given one eve- Tomorrow night the fraternity
week-en- d
In Danville.
Will entertain from 9 to 12 o'clock
Mr. and Mm. D. C. Carpenter
with a formal dance in the Alumni
and Mr. Charles Carpenter were
ayranasiiua.
dinner guests Sunday at the Alpha
Sigma Phi house.
Phi Alpha Delta
Sigma of Alpha Sigma Phi anThe Henry Clay chapter of Phi
nounces the pledging of Mr. Ernest
Alpha Delta announces the election of new officers. Those to serve Smith, Belvidere, HI.
Miss
Trenton,
an Messrs, Henry Turner, presi- Mo., willClairea McCarty, Miss Virguest of
be
dent; James E. Moore,
Robert Hensley, treasurer; ginia Johnson next week.
Miss Frances Gossett, Cynthlana,
John Lockhart Davis, clerk; Joe
is visiting Miss Ruth Martin at the
Wflliams, marshal; and J. D. O "BryAlpha Gamma Delta house.
ant, historian.
Miss Margaret Cooper has returned after visiting a week at her
New Officers
Epsllon of Alpha Oamma Delta home In Marlon.
Miss Virginia Prentice, Kalama-so- o,
announces the election of the folMich will visit Miss Virginia
lowing officers: Misses Helen Farmer, president; Mary Elizabeth Eck-le- r, Ruffner next week.
Misses Sarah Draff en and Anna
Lillian
first
Bruce Gordon will visit their respecVirHolmes, second
ginia, Johnson, recording secretary; tive homes in Calvert City and
week-enOonrtney
Cannon, corresponding Winchester this 4 p. d.m. Thursday
-Owens met at
BEECH-NU- T
secretary; Mary King Koger, treasurer; Mildred Martin, rush captain; at the Alpha Gamma Delta house.
Dorothy Broadbent, pledge captain; The hostesses were Misses Mildred
Beech-Nu- t,
Kerr, social chairman; and Martin, Audrey de Wilde, Dorothy
Broadbent, and Helen Farmer.
AUoe Dougherty, editor.
Misses Barbara 8mlth, ElisaBEECH-NU- T
beth Lloyd, Betty Earle, Elizabeth
FRUIT DROPS . . . LIME, LEMON, ORANGE AND
Mortar Board
Leslie, and Nancy Trimble were
ASSORTED . . . AND ALL BEECH-NU- T
MINTS ON SALE WHERE-EVE- R
Mortar Board, honorary senior dinner guests Sunday at the Kappa
sorority, met Tuesday evening at Sigma bouse.
BEECH-NU- T
GUM IS SOLD.
(tie home of Miss Betty Dimock,

There is a wrestler at the University of Minnesota (Minneapolis)
who is going to amount to something some day.
He was consigned to the college
hospital for measles a few days
before a big wrestling meet. As the
day drew near the boy grew more
fidgety, afraid he would be in poor
shape, even if he got out of his
ward in time. So one morning he
locked the door of the ward, hauled
from bed,
other
measle-suffere-

rs

j

bfUl

THE. WH11L

'

Vw

K&j

Put on your New Straw Bonnet
With the blue ribbons on it
And look like Priscilla of old
Then John, your beau
Won't be so slow

Ui

In getting "Miss Priscilla" told!

Music Instructors
Meet on April

well-kno-

tes;

,C': :f

MEN

nt;

KENTUCKY is no exception! Every day on
every campus more and more men and
women step up to the candy counters and
say "Give me a package of
you'll enjoy it too.
GUM" Try

a

South Hansver.
Flans were discussed for the tea
to be given for Junior girls having
a standing of 2, and the date was
set for March 19.
Following the meeting at which
Miss Marjorie Wlest presided, re
freshments were served. Those
present were Miss Gertrude Wade
and Miss Ruth Peck, advisors;
Misses Sarah Whlttlnghlll, Mary
Carolyn Terrell. Mary Chick. Betty
Marjorie
Bovd. Jean Foxworth,
Wlest, Betty Dimock, and Willie
Hughes Smith.

TA

lC

AA

C

A

AI

v.:.v.v.v...

Kl

....

.

"K

"Miss Priscilla Bonnet"
Made of Straw Alpaca or Straw Fabric
Smart Sports Felts $6.50 and up!
(SECOND FLOOR)

Embry & Co.
(Incorporated

.

-

-

0
'1
0
ra uoua xrztiA mxnAd
o
--

--

Mothers' Club
The Mothers' club of Kappa Del
to met at 3 p. m. Tuesday at the
ohapter house. Mrs. W. T. Fowler,
president, presided at the business
meeting, after which refreshments

9 am

w

were served.

v

Alllanoe
Alli-aalt
of
were guests Monday night of
Mrs. W. E. Lehman and Miss Lela
Yancey who entertained with a buffos supper at Mrs. Lehman's home.
The table ce