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The Kentucky Kernel
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

DICK WEBB

No. 6

LEXINGTON, KY OCTOBER 27, 1922

VOL XIII

FRESHMEN WILL PLAY
GEORGETOWN SATURDAY

ENTERTAINS

KITTENS

LOSE

BITTER

RESOLUTIONS ON DEATH OF
DEAN ANNA J. HAMILTON WILDCATS TO

f ACE

FIRST

It is with sincere regret that the HARD BATTLE Of SEASON
The University of Kentucky Fresh- GAME TO LIEUTENANTS
Council of the University of Kentucky
men will try to repeat their previous
has heard of the death of Miss Anna
victory over the Georgetown FreshSEWANEETIGERS
FRIDAY men, Friday afternoon on Stoll Field. LAST FRIDAY -- 14 TO 6 J. Hamilton. Dean Hamilton was our AGAINST
WITH BANQUET
colleague at the University for a numTigers
The Kittens handed the Baby
trouncing several weeks ago Yearlings Outplay Center Fresh- ber of years, serving as Dean of Wom- Blue and White Supporters Hope
a 54-Nearly Two Hundred Present at and hopes are high for an even larger
en. She was intensely interested in her
men For Three Periods,
to See Last Year's Defeat
Festive Occasion At Phoework and gave of her time and
score Friday.
But Fail to Win.
Revenged.
nix Hotel.
strength ungrudgingly for the promoSeveral of the "Freshies" who were
tion of sane social life and better MARTIN BACK IN GAME
injured in the Center scrap will prob- KIRWAN AND EVANS HURT
GREHAN IS TOASTMASTER ably be given a rest so that they will
attischolarship.
Her sympathetic
be in condition for the return game Bad Break in Fourth Quarter tude toward the problems of the stu- Average Weights of Both Teams
"Tom," Wildcat Mascot, Stages with the Lieutenants November 11. Causes Defeat Return Game
dent, and her wise counsel endeared
Show Them to Be Nearly
Battle on Center College
her to those who came under her suCaptain Kirwan and Evans received
November 11.
Equal.
Manakin.
pervision.
slight injuries and will not be seen in
The University of Kentucky Counaction Friday.
Fighting before a crowd of about
The Sewancc Tigers will make their
R. S. "Dick" Webb, Jr., enterKcil, by P. P. Boyd, Acting Chrm. biennial invasion of Stoll Field, Satur- persons, the local
three thousand
tained with a delightful banquet at
Freshman team was defeated by the Oct. 24, 1922.
day, when they oppose the Wildcat
the Phoenix Hotel Friday evening, AMATEUR
KNIGHT IS TO Center. Freshman eleven last Saturday
eleven in what should be one of the
following the game with Georgetown,
by a score of 14 to 6. The Kittens
most interesting games of the season.
in honor of the members of the Varby TAU BETA PI PLEDGE
The Purples defeated the Cats last
BE HELD ON HALLOWE'EN outplayed the Lieutenant-Colonel- s
sity and Freshmen football squads.
a wide margin in the first three quaryear 0 in a field of mud, and the Blue
From the cocktail, all through the deters of the game, and, had it not been
White
SERVICEJELD OCT. 19 and revenge cohorts are determined to
licious menu, to the last speech the
for this "mishap."
get
Chapel to Be Follow- for the bad luck of the yearlings, they
evening was one of unlimited enjoy- Program in
his
would have continued their victorious
ed By Dance Given By UniDean Anderson
Presides and When the referee blows two whistle
ment and pleasure.
march through the fourth quarter.
teams
to start the game, the
Dean Frances Jewell Lectures
versity Council.
The banquet started off brilliantly
should be as evenly matched as two
However, the young Wildcats are
on "Social Life."
"colwith the entrance of a number of
teams .could be. The average weights
Hallowe'en night, October 31, has confident that the game with the same
lege widowers" singing "Old Centre
Previous to the freshman matricula of the two elvens are practically equal.
for many years been the night upon team on November 11, on Stoll Field,
College She Ain't What She Used to
tion lecture Oct. 19, the local chapter Sewanee, however, has played stronger
University of Kentucky dra- will tell an entirely different tale.
Be." While the courses were being which the
Captain Kirwan, Evans and Tracy of Tau Beta Pi, engineers' national teams than the Cats, and the Blue and
presby the
served, TNT, the mascot of the team matic talent is exhibited
in the backfield, and King, Warren honorary
fraternity
pledged the White team will have to "go the limit"
engaged in a conflict with a dummy entation of the best Stroller tryout and Stevenson in the line, starred for
of the class of '23 to defeat the Tigers.
second
presented for the season.
representing Centre and amid the apCammack, Russell and Martin have
Preliminary tryouts began Thurs- Kentucky. Spurlock, Summers and in highest standing, and the honor
plause and cheers of the enthusiastic
returned to the fold, but there is a
played an outstanding member from the class of '24.
Rabenstein
spectators succeeded in completely day afternoon and will continue until game for Center. The injury to Cap
of the engineers from the Sen small chance of either Cammack or
Saturday evening. When all of the per
vanquishing our ancient enemy.
tain Kirwan in the first quarter, and ior Class arc admitted to Tau Beta Pi Russell playing against the Tiger.
formances have been seen and judged
'Prof. Enoch Grehan, toastmaster, in
Evans in the third quarter, hampered annually according
to scholarship, Martin, however, will be back in his
a most entertaining , and humorous by the student critics, selected for the somewhat the play of the Baby Cats,
one half of this number being pledged guard position for the fray. Freddie
manner gave a number of toasts to purpose the three best productions hut it is thought that their injuries in
their junior year and the remainder Fest, of widespread fame, will occupy
which the following responses were of the one act plays will be announcarc not serious enough to keep either at the beginning of their senior year. the pivot position, with Martin and
ed and will be presented before the stumade:
of the class of Captain Prjfrble at his side. Dell
The first
University chapel out for the season.
The University dent body 'in the
Dean Boyd
In the first quarter Evans received '23, composing the local chapter are Ramsey willhold down one tackle
Tuesday evening, October 31 at 8
Chidsey on the
The Team
Coach Juneau
the ball from Center's kickoff and J. E. Burkes, Jr., W. P. Ballinger, By with either Russell or
Training o'clock.
other side of Pribble. Chuck Rice and
Capt. Pribble
65 yard line. ron Williams, M. T. Skidmore, H. L.
Every one is cordially invited to brought it back to the
open the game
How I Love Centre
Harry Miller
series of line bucks by Kirwan and Royden, and W. T. Downing. The Colpitts are slated to
A. M. Wilson
The First Wildcats attend the Amateur night performance Tracy with a 35 yard run around left pledges from the class of '23 are Sam at end.
which is always, one of the most deThe regular backfield, that has
Dr. Funkhouser
end by Evans put the ball on Center's Ridgeway.'Shepherdsville, L. C. DavKeep up Your Grades lightful entertainments of the college 10 yard line. A short pass from Kir- idson, Jackson, James L. Shouse, Lex astounded the spectators with its spec
Geo. R. Smith
Scrubs year. Prizes will be awarded to the wan to Evans saved the first touch- ington, A. F. Arnold, Falmouth, J. tacular work, will start against the
r
Club best of the plays and the judges for down. Evans failed to kick the goal. F. Murfee, and Raymond Saur, Louis- Tigers. In Gregg, at quarter, Fergu
Rasty Wright
Judge Dick Stoll
The Old Days the contest will be Professor E. F. Score: Kentucky 6, Center 0. Ken- ville. The honor member of the class son and Fuller at halves, and Sanders
Coaching Freshmen Farquhar, Mrs. Matt Walton and Mrs. tucky then kicked off to the Lieu of '24 is G. R. Page, Clintonville. Miss at full, the Cats have one of the best
Doc. Roties
Sallie Bullock Cave, all three of whom
in the south. Bruce Fuller
Col. Sam Wilson
tenants who made several line plunges Cleveland, who would be honor of the backfields
will probably do the punting with
Athletic Development are .eminent dramatic critics.
but finally were held for downs. class of '24 according to scholarship
Following the program presented
Rice and Turner Gregg to help
Student Body
Irene McNamara
Evans made a 48 yard run and Tracy cannot Ue admitted to Tau Beta Pi un- Chuck
him.
Wild Kittens by the Strollers the University council failed to gain through the line.
Capt. Kirwan
der the constitution which eliminates
Sewanee has one of the best teams
Publicity will entertain with a Hallowe'en party
"Dunk" Hamilton
End of first quarter. Score, Ken- women, but she shall be known as the
and dance in the gymnasium and ar
tne
Those who partook of Mr. Webb's
Ellis Prize student and shall receive in its nistory, noiaing 27-- 0 university
tucky 6, Center 0.
mory. All students are invited.
score, and
of Pennsylvania to a
Coaches
gracious hospitality were:
by the one hundred dollars awarded that playing a 7 tie with Alabama last
The second quarter was started
K
Juneau, Bucheit, and Winn, Manager fc
student at the end of her senior year.
(J
Tracy gaining 4 yards through Cen
Saturday.
A. B. Cam mack, Assistant Managers
ter's line. The Yearlings then gained G. R. Page will also receive a hunK
NOTICE!
t,
Reifkin, Byers, VanZant, and
17 yards by end runs and line plunges. dred dollar prize.
MILITARY NOTES
and the members of the VarA series of passes failed and the ball
Dean Anderson who presided at the
All students whose Lexington
sity squad: Birkett Lee Pribble, capwent over to Center, who gained 35 ceremony gave a brief history of Tau
The military department of the Uniaddress has been changed since
tain, Cornelius Anderson, J. C. Brown,
yards on end runs. The Kentucky Betta Pi, congratulated the local chap- versity will conduct a special election
filling out their information
D. L. Bicknel, Thos. Benson, Foster
Freshmen then held Center for downs, ter and pledges on their attainment one day next week to fill the places of
cards at matriculation, are reBeatty, Ted Brewer, T. G; Bayless,
Evans punted to the Colonels who and congratulated Miss Cleveland for the sponsors that did not come back
quested to give their new adDan R. Baugh, J. W. Cammack, J.
again made two first downs before setting a new standard for engineers. to school this fall. The following are
Men, the
dresses to the Dean of
W. Colpitts, Fed Chappell, T. W.
After the engineers completed their the sponsors that returned: "Sissy"
the whistle for the half blew.
Dean of Women, or the RegisCampbell, H. H. Chidsey, L. C. Davprogram, Dean Jewell lectured on Peterson, Batallion Sponsor Major.
Score. Kentucky 6, Center 0.
trar. Please do this at once as
idson, J. J. Elliott, Harold Enlow,
At the first of the third quarter "Social Life," impressing the idea that Kitty Conroy, Company Sponsor Capthe University is preparing a
Fred W. Fest, T. B. Fuller, W. A.
Center made 14 yards through the students should avoid extremes by not tain; Lillian Rasch, 1st Platoon Lieu
directory containing the names
Ferguson, D.' J. Gatton, Turner W.
'(Continued on Page 5)
(Continued on page 8.)
Lavin, 2nd Platenant; Margaret
and addresses of the entire colGregg, C. A. Hollowell, W. M. Insko,
lege community.
toon; Ann Whitney Smith 3rd PlaThis direcK. G. King, P. I. McLean, Ray
toon.
tory will, of course, be without
THE PROBABLE LINEUP
C. C. Martin, H. A. McVay,
"B" Company, alL of the sponsors
value unless it gives the correct
R. L. Mays, S. B. Neal, H. E.
Sewanee
Kentucky:
failed to return.
addresses. While the matter is
B. L. Pribble, A. T. Rice, W.
Shook (160) 17
Rice (185) 2
LE
"C" company, the prize company
fresh in your mind attend to it.
H. Rice, Henry Reed, D. M. Ram10
R. Murray (180)
Ramsey (185) 28
LT
last year, lost Mary Colvin, their
-sey, J. R. Russell, J. C. Ray, C. M.
D. Murray (170) 9
LG
Martin (175) 26
company sponsor, and one of their
KSanders, C. F. Stith, James Strauss,
Stivers (170) 8
RG
Pribble (185) 1 (C)
platoon sponsors, Miss Burns,
Unable to cope with the enormous
Robert Strauss.
7
Litton (175)
C
Fest (160) 32
of the 2nd Platoon; Nan
reserve power of Harvard, the Fight
.The coaches of the Freshman squad
Russell (165) 29
sponsor of the 1st platoon, and
iug Colonels of Centre College went
"Doc" Rodes and "Dick" Webb, ManKent (185) f
RT
or Chidsey (175) 19
Helen King, sponsor of the 3rd plaagers Miller and Neely, and the mem- down in glorious defeat last Saturday
Miller (165) 5
Colpitts (155) 5
RE
toon, are back.
Stadium. Captain
A. Kirwan, at the Harvard
bers of the squad, Capt.
Powers (150) 2
Gregg (135) 11
QB
fought bravely against
Mayo Anderson, W. E. Alsop, Foster Roberts' men
Harris (155) 12
Ferguson (160) 3
LH
The personnel of the Military De
overwhelming odds, outplaying the
Adams, A. A. Bablitz, Percy Beard,
Coughlin (C) (160) 1
RH
partment is growing. Major lucker
Fuller (150) 8
Cambridge member of the Big Three,
Lyle Croft, F. L. Cisco, T. E. Coons,
Sanders (180) 3
FB
is back, and Birkey Lee Pribble and
Sanders (170) 10
during the last three periods.
A. V. Conway, E. B. Cochram, John
Haines Barr are again on the royster.
The University of Kentucky offers
Springer Penn.
Dabney, F. Derrick, J. F. Drenncn, D.
Referee: Hoyer Ohio State. Umpire:
K
its sincerest congratulations
to its
F. Evans John Elkius, Bernard Grif
Head Linesman: Hintou Yale.
The first publication of "The KenDanville neighbor
for the valiant
fin, W. A. Harbold, C. T. Hughes, F.
Game called 2:30.
tucky Law journal" this year is now
.stand made last week and regret that
M. Hall, Whitney Kemper. Sam Long,
in the hands of the printer and will be
Centre may not have the same op
interclass Cross Country Run 2:00.
ready for distribution in a few days.
portunity next year.
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The reason the
Secretary, Roy S. Clarke, ex, was
married September 30 to Miss Anna
W. Stewart and has just returned
from a short wedding trip." The ex
planation is entirely satisfactory. We
and good
extend congratulations
wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Clarke.

Alumni Notes
Editor

Alumni Secretary
catling an instructor who has been
prominent in the practical field.

CALENDAR

Pittsburgh, Oct. 27 dinner at
6:00 p. m., Fort Pitt Hotel.
Detroit, October 28 (Lait Sat- urday Regular) dinner, 6:30, Dix- ieland Inn.
Philadelphia,
Nov. 11 Ken- tucky Day, with Mr. and Mrs.
Thornton Lewis.
Lexington, Nov. 11 (Second
Saturday Regular) luncheon at
Address
12:30, Phoenix Hotel.
by Dr. A. D. Harmon, President
College. The
of Transylvania
alumni of Transylvania will join
in the luncheon.

ALUMNI DIRECT NEWS

Colonel Felix Kcrrtck, instructor in
Male High School at Louisville, was
Commanding Officer of the Reserve
Units at Camp Knox during the sum
mer. During the World War Colonel
Kcrrick served on the Advisory Com
mittcc of the Draft Board. He has
been connected with the Male High
School since 1914. Residence, Anch
orage, Ky.

Greater
Publishers
Include
Number of "Kentuckitns"
The power of the University in
Kentucky is increased by the number
of former students who have become
the directors of newspapers of the
state, sixty per cent of them in the
last six months. These publishers in
'02
clude:
"Ohl Boy! This is some notel
Henry County Local, Ed A.
How anybody after reading it could
Shelby Record, William Shin-nic- fail to stick
his feet right up in the
Pincville Sun, Presley T. At- middle of your back, I can't sec, for
(
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t,
kins; Benton
Joe I'll say, Herb, you're the hot lalama
T. Lovctt; Jessamine Journal, Harry looza. Gosh I I didn't lealize I was a
McCarty; Anderson News, Kccnc maverick. Say, here's my
two simo
Light is shed on the published news
Johnson;
Hart County News, F. Icons brand me quick." Dr. W. L.
of football games played by the WildTyler Munford;
Paris Kcntuckian-Citizc- Bowling, 301 Kendall Bldg.,
Pasa
cats in a letter received by the Alumni
Alvin Thompson,
and the dena, Calif.
Secretary
from H. M. Sheppard,
Hazard Herald, W. E. Baker.
State representative of the Associated
editors of two
The managing
04
Press. Mr. Sheppard says:
leading dailies are Thomas R. Under
"I note that 'alumni in eastern
"Best wishes for
Mrs
wood, Lexington Herald, and Graccan
cities have made repeated inquir10
Hern- - Robert Wyld (Margaret Hart),
Pcdley, Owensboro Inquirer.
ies about the lack of news there
Ingraham Blvd., Hempstead, L. I.,
don J. Evans is chief of the Associated
of Kentucky football games' and
Y.
Press Bureau, at Frankfort, and N.
that 'the alumni are numerous
Wayne T. Cottingham, the A. P. at
enough to have organized clubs
'05
Jefferson City, Mo. Other alumni of
which meet monthly in such
"I appreciate the Kernel very
the Department of Journalism hold
places as New York, Philadelphia,
important positions in and out of Ken- much." V. D. Roberts, Supt. Public
Pittsburgh, Chicago, Cincinnati,
tucky as editors, publishers, reporters Schools, Stearns, Ky. Mrs. Roberts
Denver and elsewhere.'
I am
was formerly Zella Mae Thurman, '04.
and special writers.
glad to tell you that the scores
of all Kentucky collegiate games
'07
NOVEMBER 4 APPEALS
have been handled out of Louis"Hope to be in Lexington Novemville on our wires. In some inHome Coming Day is Center of Alum ber 4 for home coming and to sec
stances, where the importance of
the football game." E. M. Dcnham
ni Interest
the game warranted it, the scores
Coal Co.) WilThe greatest crowd of alumni in (with Perkins-Harla- n
have been accompanied by leads."
liamsburg, Ky.
Committees from alumni approach- history at a football game, is the
"I enjoy the Kernel out here, forty-fiv- e
tilt,
ing their local sporting editor with promise for the Kentucky-Cente- r
miles from a railroad, in the greatthis quotation probably will get the November 4, Home Coming Day.
single oil pool in the world. Am
results they seek. The principal Charles A. Mahan, chairman of ar est
games yet to be played are Sewanee, rangements, has had enthusiastic re rearing a football player and a fair
d
with the aid of their mother.
county agents
Vanderbilt,
Center, Alabama
and ports from his sixty-fiv- e
in Kentucky,
members of a special Here's to a good football season."
Tennessee.
Phil F. Shannon, Field Supt. Inland
committee.
Most of the alumni will be from Oil and Gas Refg. Co., Box 23, Salt
UNIVERSITY LEADS COLLEGES
Kentucky, though many from beyond Creek, Wyoming.
Relative Merits of Classical Schools the State have arranged vacations to
'09
fit this schedule. "Everything will be
is Subject of Debate
Regularity is a fine thing when car-- ,
Relative scholastic merits of the informal," says Mr. Mahan, lunch
several Kentucky colleges and Uni- eons before the game, feeds after- ried out in the paying of dues on the
versities have been the subject of ward and dancing in the evening. same date each year as in the case of
much comment recently, supplanting More than half the seats in the Alum-l- i F. H. Tucker, who requests that the
Section have been sold for the Kernel be sent to his address, Bureau
in part the discussion of football.
of Public Roads, Department of Agsuperiority of the game.
"The age-ol- d
Kriculture, Washington, D. C.
'classical courses' in other Kentucky
So far as our records show, Mrs.
institutions is a hoax," says one KenSidney B. Schwab (Sara Kaufman)
tucky dean. He paid tribute to the
has never missed paying dues any
present high standing of the Kentucky
year since graduating.
Her address
colleges and then presented his arguis 1079 South Ogden street, Denver
ment. The sixty-fiv- e
members of the
Geo. D. Karsner,
faculty of the Colleges of Arts and
had the only Colo. Naught nine seems to have the
Sciences, University of Kentucky, agricultural exhibit at the Kentucky real spirit.
represent the leading universities of State Fair and all who saw it were
'10
America, practically
all of them much pleased with it. Mr. Karsner
holding advanced degrees, more than is Justice of the Peace, Sixth Mag"I plead guilty of procrastination!
a dozen, the degree of Doctor of isterial District, Lexington, but has Herewith, check. Am boosting for
Philosophy.
All the Kentucky Col- not given up his agricultural work. Old Kentucky to wall"? Centre. A
leges combined have fewer teachers His son, A. S. Karsner (Kittie) '07, heavy coat for winter? Don't need it."
is with the State Road Department at B. F. Robinson (Ass't Eng'r, M. of
of the classics than the University.
A recent card from the University Princeton, Ky.
W. Dept., Florida East Coast R. R.)
calls attention tc "the Colleges of
Address 23 Cincinnati Ave.,
St.
"The local contingency expects to Augustine, Fla.
Arts and Sciences, Agriculture, Engineering and Law offer combined have a meeting in the near future
advantages
unequalled elsewhere in and at that time 'round up all the
11
Kentucky." There is much of an in- strays' in the Birmingham district."
is with the
P. L. Threlkeld,
terchange of courses among these E. J. Kohn, '12, Secretary. Address State Highway
Dept., address, 99
colleges. The University
leads in Box 35, Ensley, Ala.
Pearson Drive, Asheville, N. C.
the addition of professional courses
"It is always better to be late than
like Art, Music, Business Administra"Perhaps you think it strange that never. I am pulling for the Wildcats
tion and Journalism, for each of these you have had no news from the Phil- - to clean up everything in football this
fall. Want to get up to see them beat
Center." L. L. Adams, roadmaster,
Atlanta Division of L. & N. R. R.,
Etowah, Tenn.
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"Please refrain from addressing me
as 'Miss.' (We did it once Editor)
the title belongs to my young daughter. Otherwise we have no fault to
find with you or the Kernel, and wish
you good luck." M. M. Harrison,
with Miller Rubber Co., address 334
Merriman Road, Akron, O.
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Miss Lida Scott McCarty, who has
been connected with the Lake Division
of the A. R. C, offices at Owensboro,
Ky., is taking a course in the University of Chicago, this winter. Her ad- -

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SOCIETY
Pi Alpha Theta Party
The patrons of Pi Alpha Thcta entertained delightfully with a "500"
party Tuesday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Daniel Terrell on Kentucky
avenue in honor of the active chapter
and their pledges: During the afternoon a luncheon course was 'served.
The tables were decorated with gladioli and cosmos in crystal baskets.
The hosts were: Mesdames Daniel
Terrell, Kaltcr Kinney, J. C. Jones,
A. M. Perry and L. C. Marsh.
The guests were: Misses Bernice
Booth, Lusy Gardner, Daisy Allen
Taylor, Ann Crabbe, Ruby Lee Dale,
Gladys Booth, Mavis Sternberg, Elton
Rice and Julia Gardner Ross. Pledges
Misses Belle Scott, Kathryn Evans,
and Lena Johnson.
The first prize was won by Miss
Bernice Booth. It was a lovely green
feather fan. The consolation gift, a
violet sachet box, was won by Miss
Belle Scott.
Omega
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The guests were:
Lowry,
pledges, Misses Kathleen
Louise Burks, Mary Louise Littleton,
Mary Vance Harbison, Frances WhitMary Whitfield, Flo Armentrout,
field, Emily Conley, Anne Shropshire,
Elsie Chenault, Elizabeth Glascock,
Sarah Snook, Leslie Worthington,
Marcia Lampert and Parenthia Davis.
Alpha Xi Delta pledges, Misses Louise
Adkins, Zelma Hall, Frances Harris,
Mary Katharine Jasper, Mary Louise
Luxon, Lucy Smith, Frances Stahel,
Rowena Noe and Mary Elizabeth
Kappa
Gamma
Kappa
Morris.
pledges, Misses Emily Holloway,
Grace Davis, Eleanor Chenault Smith,
Eugenia Herrington,
Janet McVey,
Margaret Turley, Isabelle Bennett,
Mary Helburn, Ravena Coates, Helen
Van Derveer, Virginia DeLong, Curtis Beulah, Mary May, Frances
Mary Anne Young, Lucy Sharpe,
Jane Earl Middleton, Emily Gregory
and Lillian Collins. Pi Alpha Delta,
Misses Lela Johnson, Belle Scott and
Katherine Evans. Delta Delta Delta,
Misses Gene Ward and Elizabeth
Alpha Delta Theta, Misses
Virginia Corbin, Laura Belle Smith,
Zorada Brown and Sarah Cole. Alpha
Cre-go- r,

n.

Gamma Delta, Martha Wheeler, Virginia Kcllcy, Louise Patterson, Doris
Wheeler,
Elizabeth
Brannaman,
Helen James, Louise Potter and Lur-lin- e
Bronaugh. Sigma Beta Upsilon,
Misses Edith Minihan, Katherine
Richardson, Elizabeth Dale, Judith
McGurk.
Yungblut and Katharync
Other guests were Misses Frances
Virginia
Jewell, Adelaide Crane,
Shively and Mrs. Anna Connor.
Tea for Fraternity Women
Frances Jewell entertained
Tuesday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock
at the Woman's League room on the
University campus in honor of the
young women living in the various
fraternity houses.
This is the second of a series of
teas with which Miss Jewell is entertaining for University women.
Miss

Vocational Guidance Committee
The Vocational Guidance Commit
tee, the organization that was respon
sible for bringing to the Univer
sity last year of a number of splendi
speakers, held its first meeting of
at
afternoon
the season Thursday
3:30 o'clock on the campus at White
Hall, to plan this year's program.
W. Y. C. A. Finance Drive
The chairman of the various commet
mittees and their assistants
at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening at Patterson Hall to map out the work for
the Finance Drive of the Y. W. C. A.,
which was launched this week at
Miss
the University of Kentucky.
Elizabeth Snapp, treasurer, presided.
Miss Marguerite Laughlin is chairman of the faculty committee; Miss
Catherine Elliott, chairman of the
town girls' organization; Miss Mabel
Ruth Coates heads the fraternity
girls, and Miss Elizabeth Weller, the
young women in the dormitories.

Tea for Miss Voasler
Miss Vossler, of New York, a representative sent here from the headquarters of the Y. W. C. A., was the
guest of honor at a tea with which
the "Y" girls of the University of
Kentucky entertained on Wednesday

Thousands of Students

now use the

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They have come to depend on it as a tried and
trusted helper that lightens the burden of every
writing task.
So small it is never in the way fits in case only
four inches High. So convenient you can use it
anywhere even on your lap.
And it is the .most complete of all portable
typewriters with Standard eyooara
and many other "big machine" features.
Remington in quality and covered
by the Remington guarantee. Price,
complete with case, $60.

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The Store that Offers Special Courtesy to its Customers.
The Store that Sells the Best Drinks, Serves the Best Ice Cream,
Handles the Best Grades of Candy, Cigars and Tobacco.
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The Store that Caters to Young People.

afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock at Patterson Hall. All women students and
faculty members were included in the
invitations.
Kappa Delta Pledges Entertain
The pledges of the Kappa Delta fraternity of the university entertained
Thursday with a charming afternoon
tea at their chapter house on East
Maxwell street in honor of the pledges
of all the other girls' fraternities. The
hostesses were: Misses Helen Arthur,
Louise Bodcn, Eva Caywood, Merris
Carroll, Katherine Hodge, Dorothy
Moran, Anna Louise Rcising, Alphon-sin- c
Stewart, Susannc Snook, Emily
Woods, Maybelle VanCleavc, Frances
Lee, Margaret Baker, Larue Acree,
Gpver Colcmlan'j Marian Forrester,
Louise McCormick, Rosina Rasch
Anna Louise Singleton. Lucille Still
well, Edna Lewis Wells, Mary Lois
Poage, Mildred Norton. They were
assisted in entertaining by Misses
Elizabeth
McLaughlin,
Marguerite
Shropshire, Mrs. Norwood King and
the members of the active chapter
Misses Anna Loufsc Connor, Louise
Connell, Frances Kenney, LaVerne
Purcell, Amanda Gordon, Mary Ag
Helen King, Bertha
nes Gordon,
Kraft, Beulah Stillwell.
The house was decorated in white
roses, the fraternity flower, golden
rod and many white candles. Fruit
punch, sandwiches and bonbons were
served.
The guests were:
Kappa Gamma pledges
Kappa
Misses Emily Holloway, Grace Davis
Chenault Smith, Eugenia
Eleanor
Herrington, Janet McVey, Margaret
Turley, Isabelle, Bennett, Mary Hel
burn, Ravenna Coates, Helen Van
Derveer, Virginia DeLong, Curtis
Buehler, Mary May, Frances Cregor,
Mary Anne Young, Lucy Sharpe, Jane
Earl Middleton, Emily Gregory, Lillian Collins.
Chi Omega, Misses Kathleen Lowry, Louise Vance, Mary Louise Littleton, Mary Vance Harbison, Frances Whitfield, Emily Armentrout
Mary Whitfield, Emily Conley, Anne
Shropshire, Elsie Chenault, Elizabeth
Glasscock, Sarah Snook, Leslie Worthington, ,Marcia Lampert, Parthenia
Davis.
Alpha Xi Delta, Misses Louise Ad
Harris,
kins, Zelma Hall, Frances
Mary Katherine Jasper. Mary Louise
Luxon, Lucy Smith, Frances Stahel,
Rowena Noe, Mary Elizabeth Morris.
Alpha Gamma Delta, Misses Mar
tha Wheeler, Virginia Kelley, Louise
Patterson, Doris Brannaman, Eliza
beth Wheeler, Helen James, Louise
Potter, Lurline Bronaugh.
Sigma Beta Upsilon, Misses Edith
Minihan, Katherine Richardson, Eliza
beth Dale, Judith Yungblut, Kather
ine McGurk.
Alpha Delta Thdta, Misses Virginia
Corbin. Laura Belle Smith, Zorada
Brown, Sarah Cole.
Phi Alpha Delta, Misses Lela John
son, Belle Scott, Katherine Evans.
Gene
Delta Delta Delta, Misses
Ward, Elizabeth Lilleston.
Other guests were Misses Frances
Crane, Virginia
Jewell, Adelaide
Shively, Mrs. Anna Connor.
?:iMir(hy the Kentucky Vassar club
meel in Louisville and a number of the Lexington members will
Miss Frances Jewell is on
attend
the committee in charge, with Mrs.
Lewis Churchill. Mrs. Andrew Graham Whitney. Mrs. Churchill Hum
phrey and Miss Mary Verhoeff. The
delegates will nave luncheon at the
River Valley club, Louisville.
will

Saturday, October 28, the alumnae
of the Chi Omega fraternity will give
a luncheon at the Lafayette hotel at
All Chi Omegas are
12:30 o'clock.
invited and are aske.! to let Miss Mary
if they
Vance know bc.'nn'
expect to attend.

If You Are Giving

a Hallowe'en Party

Read This
A few of the many dainty little figures we can
fashion in ice cream are:

FAIRY, BROWNIE, MAN IN MOON, GIPSY
KETTLE, CANDLE AND CANDLE STICK,
FROG UNDER TOADSTOOL, CAT, EAR
OF CORN, PUMPKIN AND
PUMPKIN PIE.
also make delicious puddings and solid and
We
layer ice cream cakee.
Phone 269 and 1060
But Order Early

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LEXINGTON,

KY.

NORFOLK

SUITS
THE NEWEST COLLEGE STYLE

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We are showing a large assortment of them. Drop in and
look 'em over.

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Incorporated

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Main Street at Mill

George Gregory
109

NORTH LIMESTONE

Hats, Caps and Furnishings
of diftindtion for men

and Young men

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