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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL

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VOL. XXVI.

Greatly Improved Tennessee
Team Fares Kuppmen for
Second Contest
rivalry as old as southern sports
will be renewed Saturday nlRht at
Knoivllle, Tenn., when the University of KentucJy Wildcats and the
University of Tennessee Volunteers
clash In the second basketball game
of the season between these two
institutions.
The first game, played here in
Lexington, was won by the Wildcats
40 to 81. The Vols have improved
Immensely since that game and
Monday night completely outclassed the Alabama Crimson Tide and
scored a 28 to 20 victory. The Volunteers are a superior basketball
team on their home floor and may
spring a surprise victory on the
Wildcats.
Kentucky's basketballers returned Wednesday from a none too successful road trip Into Indiana, and
have been practicing diligently in
an effort to Improve their mistakes
and get themselves in condition to
battle the Dowerful Volunteers.
Coach Rupp and ten Wildcats, !
their trainer and manager, will
leave Lexington tonight for Knox- - j
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rule.
Aft!L,the Tennessee game the
Cat will return to Lexington for
their last four games of the season,
nexi mesaay nigm Aavier ww
come to Lexington for a return
game. Friday and Saturday nights
of next week the Wildcats will play
host to Crelghton University, Tues- day night. February 24, the Van- -

Guest Artist

IJUREAU TO TAKE
PART OF "MAJOR

The first of the new Friday
dances will be held
in the Alumni gymnasium to
n'pht from 8 until 10:30 o'clock
Billy Jacobs and his orchestra
will play for the affair and the
admission as usual will be 25
cents.
These dances will now be held
on every other Friday Instead of
every other Wednesday.

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Can you pronounce 400 words
In Spanish? A phonograph record recorded by Professor Garcia
of Madrid, Spain, will be used
by the teachers In the. Romance
Language dr part men t this semester as an evprrmient in assisting the students in pronouncing the most commonly used
words.

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The Kentucky court of appeals at
Frankfort yesterday affirmed the

An Impersonation of a typical
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Major Bowes' Ameteur hour will be
MARY HOPPLE
presented before the Cosmopolitan
club tonight at 7:30 p. m. in the
University radio studios.
PAN-POLITIKON
Major Bowes'
The
radio technique will be carried out
to the letter, according to Fannie
Herman and Martha Huber, who
are In charge of the program.
Prof. E. A. Bureau, acting head
of the Department of Electrical
Relations Group Will Try to Engineering, will Impersonate the
Major. Frank Burger, of the UniBring Swed'sh RepreConsecutive Year
versity announcing staff, will be Is Third
sentative Here for
Artist Has Appeared on
Graham McNamee.
Convocation
The "amateurs" Include both
Local Program
campus talent and townspeople.
club of the Mary
The
Louise McKenna,
By R. D. McINTYRE
staff so
nnlvprisltu will hnlrt Ita first. offlHal
prano of
Mary Hopple, contralto, of New
will sing sev
meeting of the year at 7:15 o'clock.
Major H. H&mal, York City, assisted by John Shelby
Monday evening, In Boom 231, of eral selections.
a native of Japan, will give a dem Richardson, of Lexington, at the
jjevey halL
onstratlon of Japanese music. A piano, will present the program at
Is a tvne of inter
sung by Ross Chepeleff. Jack Cram
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decision of Circuit Judt?e King
Swope In upholding the validity of
a proposed bond Issue by the University of Kentucky for $600,000 to
supplement a direct grant from the
federal government for erection of
new buildings. The higher courts
decision also affirmed the ruling
that the bonds may be sold to private brokerage concerns instead of
the federal government In order to
save $84,170 In Interest charges.
Previously, both points had been
raised In a suit brought by the university against J. D. Van Hooser
and Company, and W. E. Hutton
and Company, the successful bidders for the bonds. Interest rates
per cent are to be paid, as
of
compared with 4 per cent charged
by the government for such loans.
In order to obtain the test the bond
companies declined to accept the
bonds until their validity was approved.
eaueeut ve season
The University was represented
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enJoeTbTnoTne? pfofe.1 Muir, Townsend and Park.
nev General B. M. Vincent, and
. Bloalartlst:
Three years ago the reviewer for ' Assistant Attorney General J. W.
one of the Lexington papers com Jones. W. L. Wallace, Lexington
mented on Miss Hoppl's recital as attorney, represented the bond purfollows:
chasers.
"A beautiful voice and a charming personality make Miss Hopple
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a happy choice for a song recital.
The voice is a rich contralto with
The February Issue of "Isotoplcs,1
a remarkable range. She sings
ringing top tones with the assur leal society, features the University
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ance and ease of a dramatic so-o
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prano, while the deep lower voice tures of the campus, including the
reveals all the beauty of a true front.inie of Moriai hft:i
contralto. Miss Hopple impresses .IZ:
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ship; she is at all times artistic in Department of Chemistry.
Interpretation; her diction is excellent in Italian, German, French
and English and she gives the ltn- presslon that she Is singing at all
' times with a joyful heart.
Youth
and good looks, after all, add much
to the enjoyment of a sing recital."

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Wallace Briggs, Junior In the ColTne Teachers Placement Bureau lege of Arts and Sciences, member
of the University Is now open for of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity and
applicants for teaching positions for j SuKy, will play the role of Oliver.
The role of the cook will be porIt was announced
the year 1936-3trayed by Mary Elizabeth Dunn,
by Dr. M. E. Ligon yesterday.
All seniors and graduate students senior In the College of Arts and
of the university, who will be qual- Sciences and a member of Delta
ified to teach by September of this Delta Delta sorority.
John Pyle will share the honors
year, may enroll in the bureau In
for the lead with Minna Bloom-fiel- d,
Room 115 of the Training School.
an alumnus of the university,
The last date for enrolling In the
bulletin, "Who's Who Among Uni- who will play Janet Rodney.
versity Trained Teachers," will be
Other members of the supporting
February 22. This pamphlet Is cast are Bvron Pumnhrev. Graduate
ef- i of the University Law School In '39,
published by the bureau in an
fort to place students of the Uni who will play the role of Mr. Brown,
versity, qualified for teaching, be Dorothy Dyer Rodes as Mrs. Janet
fore superintendents of schools In Rodney, Kathryn Conley WheelerKentucky and surrounding states. as Claudia Kitts. Walter KirkpatAn'0
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John Pyle, sophomore in the College of Arts and Sciences, will play
the leading male role, that of Geoffrey Wareham. He played Baptists
In the "Taming of the Shrew."
Helen Rich, university
senior,
will play the part of Ethel, a maid.
Miss Rich has played in other Gulgnol successes such as "Peter Pan"

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"March Hares," a fantastic, satirical comedy by Harry Wagstaff
Orlbblo, promises to be one of the
most unusual productions presented at Gulgnol this year. The play
contains many subtle lines which
have double meanings.
It was
originally produced in New York
City at the Bijou theatres under
the name of "The Temperamental-lsts.- "
The dialogue an well as the
setting for the play is

BUREAU IS OPEN

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phonograph record will play for
six or seven minutes at the beginning of the period.

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Four university students will have
roles in "The March Hares," which
will open at the Gulgnol theatre
Monday night, February 17. The
play will be presented every night
for a week and a matinee performance will be given Saturday at 2:30

The student has a mimeographed list of Spanish words
with English translations. The

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The topta chosen
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In convocation will be held early m ,
Instrumental soloists will Include
Alumni gymnasium.
April for which President McVey
Rudlcel,
Ed
and James A. Moore, president of Mary Oliver, Imogene Young,Elgin
Bob Tucker,
are negotiating to ward
Swedish re- - Alexander, and Karl Schneider.
obtain a
Other performers
XXOgTani preventative. Efforts are also be Sarah Blandlng, Mrs.will be Dean
Alberta Serlng made for the cooperation 6f
Bart
A movie of six reels of wild life Instructors for the use of one lec ver, Miss Edith Orundmeir,
pictures featured the Joint meeting ture hour per semester to be de- Peak, Mary Austin Wallace, Auof the Daniel Boone Game and voted to a discussion of Sweden gusta Roberts, Margaret Whaley,
and the Bermudez family. The pro-Refuge club and the Poultry club and her policies.
of the University, which was held
The executive committee appoint- gram will not De radiocast.
The Cosmopolitan club is an or- Tuesday night In McVey hall.
ed by President McVey Is as folMembers of the Boy Scouts, the lows: James A. Moore, president; ganlzotion, sponsored by the Unl- verslty YWCA and YMCA, and
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club, the Future Farmers of Reynolds Watklns,
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'America association and the Poul- Lois Perry, secretary; Victor Hob- b"
try club were extended invitations day, social sciences, and Betty between foreign-bor- n
and native- by the Daniel Boone Game and Earle, publicity. The
born students.
Refuge club to join in the program tee for Industrial, agricultural, and
for game bird protection
scientific development,
headed by
A goal of 1,000 was set for the Reynolds Watkins, is composed of
membership drive.
Porter White, Ben Ragland, W. T.
Bryan. T. K. Lisle, Jack Lancaster,
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In the 1935 bulletin, 83
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Theta chapter of Cwens will enplaced, a total of 215 teachers, 15 of
which secured Jobs out ot the state. tertain Monday afternoon, FebruNEW
OF
ary 16, at the Woman's building,
from 3:30 to 4:30 o'clock. In honor
ENGINEER PLACEMENT
of the freshmen women entering
CATLOGUE BEGUN
MEN VISIT UNIVERSITY the University this semester.
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companies entine's Day Is being arranged by
ot Hl?artoand
Several
partment of Philosophy, will speak
covf
to Julia Wood and Marjorie Jenkins.
sending representatives here
ETh v w c. a wnrshtr. roup mltteeitE? has 0Sr,nSnher
Members An article on "The Banking Act "Rargains In Brains," Com- - interview engineers and chemists
uoya University
Guests of Cwens will lncludo
Dr. Edward Wlest, dean
on Monday, February 17, at 4 n m i
VV ill Lead Discussions with n
merce College Employment
according Dean Sarah Blandlng, Dean Sarah'
pjacements.
in ihta Wnmon'a KuiMino, He 'will Hankins. Carroll Weisiger. KatherUniversity of Kentucky Col
Pooklet, to Be Sent Out in mrnins E preeman of the
1 roDlems
Of ege 0f commerce, is featured in
to p,.of w
I'arents on
Holmes, Mrs. H. S. Vance, Mrs.
discuss the life and works of Toyo-hlk- o ine ran, iwoert urmiui, aiuic ,
Mis'; Collins, Miss Giles, Mrs.
lege of Engineering.
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Adolescence
Kagawa, the famous Japanese rneips, ana rnuip tiaring.
the January Issue of "Modern Busl- j
The social sciences
representing the F. L. McVey and Miss Anita Gardness Education," the publication of
L. H. Means,
Christian leader.
'
tee is made up of D. Salmons,
A series of five discussions on the Southern Business Education
"Bargains in Brains," the annual General Electric company, will be ner.
Ann Kriegel, Granvn.e the problems of adolescence to the association of which Prof. A. J. publication of the Commerce and here today contacting electrical
DR. C. C. ROSS SPEAKS IN PARIS Elizabeth
- parents of Training School students Lawrence, assistant professor of Employment association of the Uni- - and mechanical engineers.
Byrne, M. G. Karsner, William LeCHEMISTS HEAR E. W. REID
Dr. C. C. Ross, of the Department bus, Alvin Trigg, Jack Howard, and from the fifth grade through high economics at the University, is ed- - versify of Kentucky, is in the first
R. W. Peters, Charles Smith, and
- Carolyn Smtlhson. Members of the school was opened by Dr. M. M. ltor.
stages of development and will be
of Educational Psychology, attendDr. E. W. Reid of the Mellon InC. E. Bert, Standard Oil company
out some time the latter part of
are Ed- - White of the University depart- ed a dinner meeting of the Paris publicity
interview engi- stitute, was the principal speaker
rnurs- - wina Gorey. Steve Featherstone, meni; oi fsycnoiogy, reDruary u.
according to Prof. William of New Jersey, will Monday, Feb- at a recent meeting of the LexingMarch,
City scnoois Teacmng siari
neers and chemists
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day, February 13, to discuss "The jay LlMau John Bell, Harry Bui- - in the Training School library. The
Tolman, secretary of the associaruary 17, concerning domestic and ton branch of the American Chemsubject of Doctor White's talk was
Reading
and lock, and Barbara Smith.
Between
tion.
Relation
leal society, held In Kastle hall.
foreign employment.
"New Adjustments to the Old
Study Methods." He was accomHaving for Its purpose the locat- His subject for discussion was
Home."
panied by Prof. J. D. Williams,
lng of posltfons for graduates of
"Commercial Developments in AlRe-elect- ed
principal of the University TrainMore than 50 parents were pres- the University majoring in Com- Club Schedules
iphatic Chemistry."
ing school, and Dr. J. S. Mitchell
carry pic- merce, the magazine will
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of the Department of Mathematics
Members
tures of members of the association j
night at 7:30 o'clock.
of the Training school.
and their qualifications. It will
MORTAR BOARD
Mrs. M. M. White will conduct Los Angeles Group to Present consist of approximately thirty-fiv- e
Catherine Calloway and DorBook U. K.
the discussion next Tuesday night,
pages, and will list about sixty Woman's Clubs
othy Nichols Are Elected
Two Performances on
February 18, under the topic, "AdProfs for Speaking
graduates. The magazine Is mailed
Vice-Pres- .,
Sect'y
February 18
justments in the Making of a New
Engagements
to personnel directors and busiTO GIVE DANCE
BeauHome." February 25, Doctor
throughout the country.
ness
Dan Ewing, Prospect, senior In mont will discuss "Adolescent AdBeginning with a children's mat- Last firms tne booklet provea to oe
year
A geg 0f speaking engagements
the College of Commerce, was re- justments to a Vocation" and on inee of a "Marionette Circus" at very favorable publicity, practically
by memberg 0f the University fa-a- ll Senior Women's Honorary to
elected president of SuKy circle for March 3, Doctor Ross of the Edu 2:30 p. m. Thursday and ending
graduates obtaining positions.
presented this month,
culty to
the remaining half of the school , catlonal Psychology Department, that night with a double bill feaSponsor First Leap
Those eligible for the association have been announced by Mrs. W. T.
year at an election held by the co College of Education will present a ture cons'sting of dramatizations of
col- - Laffertv. secretary of the Woman's
Year Hop of
de at 5 p. m. Tuesday afternoon, in talk on "Adolescence Adjustments "Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer" and are graduates of theofCommerce
other coUeges service club of the University
Semester
an eight act "Continental Review," lege and graduates
the basement of the Alumni gym- to a Philosophy of Living."
commerce or secretari- - tension.
The final meeting on March 10 the famous Olvera S;reet Marion al practice.In
Pershing Rifles will hold Its first nasium. officers
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named were Cath- will be conducted by Prof. J. D. ettes of Los Angeles will present
Other
meeting since the hoJdays, next
Williams, principal of the Unlver- - their production under the auspices Henry Elliot,
Funkhouser, dean of the Graduate semester will be sponsored by
erine Calloway, Lexington,
Monday afternoon, at the regular
and William Acosta,
and Dorothy Nichols, sity High school, who win discuss of the Henry Clay Hign school Par- have already secured positions with sch01 and head
P1' Mortar Board, national senior
drill hour.
What the University High 8chool ent Teacher's association at the the Firestone Rubber company in ment of Zoology wUl address mem-th- e women's honorary, today from 4
Claude TerLexington, secretary.
to 6 p. m. at Patterson hall, with
Adolescents
complete commit- rell, Lexington, ocntinues as treas- is Doing to Assist Adjustments." to Henry Clay High school auditorium
accounting
department, and bers of the Morehead Woman s club Billy Jacobs and his orchestra proFebruary 18. The evening perform- will begin work some
subject "How the Other viding
on
Monday urer as this office lasts throughout Make Satisfactory
time In July.
tee meeting, 7:15 o'clock
the music.
ance will begin at 8 o'clock.
the year. Retiring officers are:
nail uvea.
night, Room 231, McVey halL
Dates for the dance will be made
The show, by reason of its techDorothy Nichols, and Lances
W. S. Webb, head of the by the women, who, contrary to
Prof.
nical a&sots In way of lighting, cosDirectory
Department of Anthropology and usual custom, will also do all the
All students who have not yet secretary, Helen Rich.
to
tuming and
Dance furnish plenty scening, promises for
Awards
Reports of officers were also
received their student books may
Archaeology, will address members breaking on the floor, according to
of entertainment
Soon of the Mt. Sterling Woman's club, leap year tradition. Tickets for the
Will
do so by calling at the gym. Stu- heard at the meeting, and Initial
Initial plan, for the. awarding of P
dents are asked to get their books plans for the annual May day celeFebruary 25, his subject being dance may be purchased from any
either Friday, Saturday or Monday bration held under the sponsorship the annual plaque to the fraternity immortal story of Mark Twain, as Second Semester Guide to. "Kentucky Archaeology."
of the chapter members, and are
having the most outstanding soph- well as enjoyment along the more
to avoid confusion before Tuesday's of the circle were discussed.
List Only New Students
Friday, February 28, Miss Grace priced at 35 cents per couple, 35
game with Xavler University.
omore class and for annual pledg- sophisticated lines, evidenced in
cents for women stags and 75 cents
Snodgrass, librarian at the Experiand Latest Changes
ing exercises were discussed at a
STAFF MEMBERS TO SPEAK
the eight act "Continental Review."
ment station, will address members for men stags.
meeting of Lances, Junior men's Plenty
W. A. A. basketball practice dalChuperones for the dance include
of humor, comedy and
The second semester supplement of the Crescent Hill Woman's club
ly at 4 p. m.. Women's gym, and
Miss Grace Snodgraess, librarian honorary, Tuesday at 7:15 o'clock laughs ,as well as pathos, is prom- of the Student Directory will be on "Japanese Folk Tales." That the faculty advisers of Mortar
Tuesdays and
W. A. A. rifle practice
at the University of Kentucky Ex- at the Alpha Tau Omegaof house.or- ised for the patrons.
published soon after February 17, night, Dr. J. W. Manning, associate Board, Dr. Statle Erkkson, Mrs. J.
the
Thursdays from 1 till 6 p. m., periment station, will address
Dick Butler,
Mildred Lewis,
A novel feature of the show Is the closing date for registration, professor of political science,
will Server and Miss Blandlng,
presided at the meeting.
gym.
ganization,
Women's
Mrs.
Dean Sarah O.
members ot the Crescent Hill, LouIn conjunction that the leads are taken by puppet and will contain two sets of names, address members f the Owensboro Sarah Holmes, Mrs. M. Collins and
isville, Woman's club, Friday, Feb Plans for a dance
It was announced yesterday.
Woman's club on "City Manage
will have an Important ruary 28, on "Japanese Folk Tales,
Strollers
E. Giles
we're also discussed at the paries such as Jackie Cooper as
The first division will contain ment." Members of the Lions and Mrs.
meeting Tuesday at 4 p. m. In the
Tickets may be purchased from
same evenuig at 6:30 o'clock, honorary,
Tom Sawyer, Mickey Kooney as names of students who registered Rotary clubs will be guests at this
basement of McVey hull. Members The
meeting.
Dr. J. W. MannUig, associate pro
Huck Finn, Shirley Temple as lor me second wmesier, uui wuo meetmg, and Mrs. H. S. Dunning, the members:. Martha Christian,
absent three times a'e automatical- fessor of political science at the
Betty Moffett, Mary
president;
Becky Thatcher, Slepln Fe.chlt as were noi m scnooi me urat semn- - club presideiit, will preside.
ly dropped.
SIGMA PI SIGMA INITIATES
Gunn Webb, Virginia Murrell. MarUniversity and director of the BuNegro Lemuel and Edna May Oli- irr, aim tuciriuic uvv uiuuucu m
tha Fugett, Isabella Nadelsteln and
reau of Governmental Research,
I.miui. ..Viunt.iF nf Rltrma Pi verg,as Aunt Polly. Marionettes that the Student Directory, published In CHEMISTRY FKAT ENTERTAINS Frances Kerr
The first meeting of the
will address members of the Owens-bor- o Sigma,
walk, talk, skate, play musical November. The second division will
society will be held at
national honorary physics
Woman's club on "City Man- fraternity, conducted their second Instruments and do circus tricks contain names of all students who
3 p. m. Monday In Room 60, McVey
Alpha Chi SigTALKING PICTURE SHOW
agement."
seThe members
semester initiation yesterday aft- confide an atmosphere of realism were enrolled during the fust In- ma, professional of
hall. Those interested In obtainchemistry frater- mester, and whose names were
ing membership are requested to
ernoon In their chapter room In to the production.
A talking picture, "New Froncluded In the directory, but whobe nity, entertained the pledges and
ECONOMIST TO VISIT V. K.
see Cliff Shaw before the first
the Civil Engineering and Physics
Lexington address or phone num- rushees of the organization with a tiers," featuring developments along
building. The new initiates were GOVERNMENT MAN TO TALK
meeting, If possible.
smoker Thursday at 7:30 p. m. In electrical Hues, was iliown at tha
ber has been changed.
Miss Beulah I. Coon, director of Charles M. Blocker, John H. DanRodger Douglas, chief technician
Information Included In the sup- - Kastle haU. Tne evenings pro last meeting of the student branch
Dorit forget the German moving Studies and Research In Home iel. William G. Holton and Fred W.
of the American Institute of ElecOffice of Schule. Following the Initiation a of the U. 8. Narcotic Farm, wUl plement will be taken from the gram consisiea oi numorous ssu
Education,
pictures to be shown at I o'clock Economics
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trical Engineers, held in
Thursday evening, February 20. Education, Washington, D. C, will banquet given In honor of the nw address the U. K. Bacteriological student cards filled out during reg- - on chemical subjects enacted by of Mechanical hall. Trie Room was
film
the society,
"Oerman Bimru," "Qottna and be on the campus February 18 to members was held at the Patio. Society at 7:30 o'clock Momtay istratlon. All students who have various members ofwas completed made possible by the Westlnghouse
program
Weimar,
upringlime on uw i 20 to work with the Home Eco- - Dean Graham, of the College of night In room 4 of Kastle hall, changed address since that time. Hie social playuig, smoker and re- - Electric Company, of East PittsEngineering, spoke on "Some Ex- - His subject Is "The Role of the are asked to notify the Registrars with card
burgh, Penn.
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freehments.
Training School on the curriculum, perlences In the World War.
Technlclan In Government Work." office before January 17.
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Tonight in (he Alumni Gymnasium llic first
of the "substitute" for the jxipular Wednesday
night dances will be held. Its purjxwc is to keep
alive that feeling of comity among the student
body which has been fostered by and has grown
affairs.
through the medium of the week-enThe two principal advantages of the midweek dances were first, that they provided an
outlet for recreation during the week, and second, that they promoted an
spirit
because of their common attendance. Naturally the former advantage cannot be realized on
.Friday nights, but with the cooperation of the
student body, the latter can be kept alive and
made even more apparent.
In order to make these dances really
they must be attended by all types of
people. Fraternity men and independents must
both be there; there must be a supply of beauty
queens and personality-plu- s
girls; organization
officers and campus "big shots" must be present;
all are necessary for the success of the dance.
Because they were attended by everyone the
Wednesday night dances were popular. It is to
be hoped and desired that the same attitude may
prevail in regard to the Friday night affairs so,
that they too may be attended by everyone from
May queens to Freshmen in Arts and Science.
If such is the case these dances will be a success
and the administration will be justified in sponsoring them; otherwise they are doomed to failure and their continuance will not be advisable.
Let's all be on hand tonight and have a big
time TOGETHER!
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of discipline, an appreciation of
Proprietors of the College Inn, New London, the orderly movement of groups
Conn., are suing Connecticut College for having and some knowledge of the mean
Ing of war. In addition to that he
placed the restaurant "out of bounds" for
has an opportunity of preparing
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CAN YOU CAST A STONE?

Although facts are somewhat scarce as to the
actual developments taking place in the recently
uncovered "cheating ring" at the University of
North Carolina, we believe that it is not
to state that it is, at the least, embarrassing and humiliating to officials and students of that university that anything of the
kind could have happened there.
The practice of what has been termed "cribbing" has been more or less an evil which instructors and better thinking students everywhere have attempted to curb in all our schools
and colleges. The charge, however, that there

was created, It is with misgivings

that I am attempting to carry it on,
but with the hope that any remarks
that might be said will be taken in
good spirit. And also realirfng that
this column Is the first read by 73
per cent of the student body, I beg
you to bear with me until the hang
of the thing finally comes to me.
Booqoet
With a determination not to let
our predecessors get ahead us in bestowing roses, we take this opportunity to toss a dozen American
Beauties to Trldelt Jean Short, who
is our choice for being one of the
sweetest coeds in school. Radiating
smiles and hellos, Jean is our proof
that this Is not such a bad old
world after all. Here's to you, Jean.

Statistics
cigarette is two and three
quarters Inches long. The averags SWEET AS
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smoker consumes approximately IS
cigarette a day, or over three feet HONEY
of cylindrical tobacco. During a
college student's days of higher education he smokes enough cigarettes to stretch 10 miles, were they
placed end to end. Over a period of
40 years, a nicotine fiend puffs into smoke' enough fags to stretch
from Lexington far beyond CincinModern Casanova?
nati. Over a period of four years,
Kentucky's
fairest are either the girls in one sorority alone
turning on their "all" or else he has smoke enough coffin nails to reach
from Lexington to Washington, D.
Just mistaken the fervor of Southern hospitality for love. Whatever C. So what?
it Is, Jim Davidson, recent addition
Excessive morals
to the Phldelt lodge from PennsylStarts Sweet
Get no laurels.
vania, sure goes for it in a great big
Smokes Sweet
way, as he has already proposed
Stays Sweet
When there is no work to do, a
marriage to three girls within the
span of his first two weeks here. man talks about women. When
The lucky ones? Martha Alerandcr, there is no man to work, a woman NOTHING ELSE HAS ITS FLAVOR
Mary Lebus, and Joyce Wright. talks about how men talk about
Ah ImpaWoJ V.fle Bok IT.50
Freshman, we imagine you had bet- women.
ter be thinking of some good answers by next Wednesday night If
we know Louis HUlenmeyer, Dosset
Reld (III), and Dick Bush, ardent
suitors of the above mentioned girls.

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Tough Luck, Bobbo

The expected, but long awaited
for, has finally come to pass. Nancy
Dyer is now the proud possessor of
the Phldelt pin belonging to Na
than Eliot. Congrats to you both.
More True Love
Dan Ewing, past semester presi
dent of the PUtaps, was afflicted
with the fove bug again the other
night and handed over his presi
dent's charm, a cherished object, to
Trldelt pleb Margaret Young. By
the way Dam, did your duel at the
Tavern ever take place? What was
HER name?
Aad St&l Mora Love
From way down town we hear
that Clayton Martin is secretly
married, and the rumor comes from
a mightily reliable source.
Rambling
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in our Deauty Salon

Personalities Tlus
The Coin Exhibit, held a week or
so ago, drew some very colonul
characters, If we may Judge by the
names signed ifi the registration
book. Among the more noted were
Pete,
Bruno Hauptmann, Two-Gu- n
Shirley Temple, Santa Claus (very
appropriate), Adolph Hitler, and
Aga Khan IV.

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J. T. Haxall of Princeton booted the longest
field goal on record in 1882: a kick of 65 yards.
It beat Vale.

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February Special

McLoney's misfortune. Anyway it
seems that Bob