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qD THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
VOLUME XX

LEXINGTON,

KENTUCKY,

NUMBER

19, 1929

DECEMBER

11

WILDCATS PREP FOR MIAMI FIVE
'Local Color' Scores Hit;

CAMPUS LEADERS

STUDENTS

HEAR

PRESIDENT M'VEY
Speaks Before Convocation
Wednesday i n
Assembly
Memorial

Hall; Scores

Ac-

tivities at School.
President Frank L. McVey addressed the student body of the university Wednesday morning at 10
o'clock in Memorial Hall, for the
regular monthly convocation of the
school. Dr. A. W. Fortune opened
the program with prayer, while
music was furnished by the University Glee Club, under the direction vof Prof. Carl Lampert, head of
the music department.
In his address President McVey
made an appeal to students to cooperate in an attempt to keep the
campus clean and beautiful. Attention was called to the rule against
smoking in the buildings. Dr. McVey said that for some time it haft
been called to his attention that there
is a large amount of graft, special
privilege, and corruption in the various student organizations. The appropriating of student funds for the
private use of individuals holding
positions of trust and responsibility
should be stopped by members of
the student body.
Dr. McVey said that the university
has had a most successful football
season and that our football men
deserve a great deal of credit ioi
the rigid course of training that they
have kept. The players are sportsmen and gentlemen, which cannot
be said for the student body as a,
whole. Evidences of ungentlemanly
and unladylike conduct among Kentucky students were particularly
noticed on the Lexington, Va. football trip, 6aid President McVey. Deportment such as this gives the university a bad name and will eventually lead to the abolishing of intercollegiate football unless the clear
thinking and serious element of the
student body take it upon themselves
to remedy the conditions. These
conditions can be remedied through
and
the discipline of fraternities
sororities and the Intelligent action
student body.
of the
President McVey closed his address by saying that a spirit of Incuriosity should exist
tellectual
among the students at the university and that many of the students
hero are "fugitives from knowledge."
The men's glee club sang two
numbers after the address, and the
benediction was pronounced by Dr.
Central
Fortune, pastor of the
Christian church.

fa

Flora Belle Lumpkins
Frances Baskctt
Tommie Lumpkins
Elbert Bell
Always
Alice Bruncr
Phil Redding
Charles Goodman
;
Bob Blovings
Earl Cclla
"Spike"
Joe Allen
"Tipsy" Tuggle
Russell Stcigncr
Edgar Garland, Jr
Jack Smith
Betty Tyler... Mary Virginia Willis
Mr. McCoy
Jack Smith
The Darbs Mina Pate, Elizabeth
Tlnsley, Shirley Grief, Lola Combs,
Matt Clay, Darrell Hurd, John
Epps, Wilbur Holloway.
Announcer Jane Cate.
Ladles of the Ensemble Evelyn
Ford,
Natalie Bryson, Virginia
Glass. Virginia Reeves, Nina Budd,
Gay Loughrldgc, Elizabeth Bllllter,
Virginia Young, Kathleen Fitch,
Sunny Allen.
Gentlemen of the Ensemble Don
Williams, Neal Cain, Robert Porter,
Slade Carr, Benny Martin, Ben Met-ca- lf,
Billy Hubble, James Gatcwood,
Paul Pickering, James Reasan.
Musical Numbers
1. Overture, Medley. . ..Orchestra
Darbs
2. "Opening Chorus"
3. "Jumbo Stomp," Tommie, Mat- tie, Carrie and Chorus
4. "When My Dream of Love
Always
Comes True"
"Making Myself All
5. Finale,
Over," Tommie, Always and
Ensemble
Brigade,"
Tommlo,
6. "Paddle
Spike, Bob and boys
to Me".... Girls
7. "It's All Greek
8. Specialty.. .The Punkan Sisters
9. "My Type of Man" Betty and

January

Season Greetings
Are Extended by
Kernel Staff

Holiday

Today's issue of The Kernel is
the last that will be Issued during the year of 1929. When school
reopens in January we will have
a brand new year. The Kernel
takes this opportunity to extend
to every student of the University
wishes for a Merry Christmas
and a very Happy New Year.

Dr. O. T. Koppius

Addresses Meeting
of Chemical Group

Dr. O. T. Koppius, professor of
physics at the University, delivered
an address on "Geophysical Methods
of Prospecting for Oil Deposits," at
the 138th regular meeting of the
Lexington section, American Chemical Society, Tuesday, December 10.
After the meeting, which was attended by about 75 persons, Dr.
Frank E. Tuttle, head of the depart- unent of chemistry, was elected
councilor of the Lexington section.
Dr. Koppius recently returned
from Texas, where he investigated
several problems of a geophysical
nature. He pointed out in his address that the haphazard prospecting and drilling for oil as carried
out in the beginning of the industry
is being replaced by more precise
methods, many of which are the direct result of geologists and physicists' interest In the work.

Instructors Speak
To Horticulturists
Prof. A. J. Olney and W. W.
Maglll, instructors In the College of
Agriculture, spoke at the annual
winter meeting of the Kentucky
State Horticultural society, which
closed last Saturday at the University exeperlment station.
Professor Olney, in his address to
the group Saturday morning, spoke
on raspberry growing, and stressed
the importance of that fruit where
proper cultural methods are employed. W. W. Maglll outlined a spray
program for Kentucky growers.
Walter W. Hlllenmeyer, of Lexington, was reelected president of the
society, Dr. II. Van Antwerp, of
Farmers, and Wood F. Axton, of
Louisville, were chosen vice presidents of their respective sections.

MAUER TO PRESENT
STRONGEST LINEUP

BOARD OF
TRUSTEES MEET

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Band Sponsor

10.

Merry Christmas

Noted for Strong
Teams in Ohio Conference
Basketball Circles

Opponents

U. K.

Boys

Finale, "I've Got the Hey, Hey
Fever" Tipsy" and Ensemble
11. "Mother of Mine" Tommie and
Mrs. Lumpkins
12. Reprise:
''I'm Making Myself
All Over" Tommie and Always
13. "You'll Always Be Mine Tom
mie, Always and Ensemble
14. Finale
Entire Company
Synopsis of Scenes
, ACT
I
Scene 1 The parlor of Mrs.
afternoon?-- "
Lumpkins'h"ome,late
Scene 2 The same, one week
later, evening.
ACT II
Scene 1 Living room of the Al
pha Kappa fraternity house, evening.
Scene 2 The same, three years
later.
ACT III
The Lumpkins home, two days
later.

TO EXTEND BLUE

.'I

The Christmas holidays will
begin Friday, December 20 at
noon, and school will reconvene
after the holidays Friday January 3 at 8 o'clock.
Students
missing their last recitation
the holidays, will be penalized
y having
of their final
landing deduced.

Female Stroller Lead

81

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Arm

R. O. T. C.

strong

RegiWnlal Sponsor

PAUL M'BRAYER
Basketball Captain

TILT OF

YEAR EXPECTED

Begins Friday at Noon and
Ends al 8 o'clock

Play to Capacity Houses
By FRANCES IIOLLIDAY
Deviating from tfio bcntcn pnth of
spoken drama presentation,
the
Strollers, University dramatic organization, opened their first musical
comedy production, "Local Color,"
Monday night at the Gttlgnol theatengagement.
er, for a thrcc-nlg"Local Color" was written and directed by Frank Davidson, president of Strollers, in colaboratlon
with Earl King Scnff and Kath-crln- c
Davis, who composed the
musical scores and lyrics.
Linking a hetrogeneous collection
of characters and numbers into a
flowing chain of drama, the plot
moved through the evening from the
home of the Lumpkins to the living
room of the Alpha Kappa fraternity
house and back in the third act to
the .Lumpkins home. Charmingly
interspersed with choruses by co-eand fraternity men, who enlivened
the acting with their dancing. The
comedy was quite a successful amateur production.
Mrs. Lumpkins, the indulgent
mother of Tommie and Flora Bell,
engagingly portrayed by Evelyn
Gall; "Tipsy" Tuggle, the proverbial
fraternity lover of 'wine, women, and
song" with the emphasis on the
wine, aptly played by Russell Stelg-e- r;
and Tommie Lumpkins, around
whom the play centered, and who
was possessed of a powerful ego,
cleverly enacted by Elbert Bell; were
played with great dramatic ability.
A particular note of praise must
be sounded for the musical numbers
and the dancing of the chorouses.
The scores of the various songs were
excellent in composition, melody,
and rhythm, and the lyrics were
lilting and light, as befitted those of
collegiate men and women.
The dancers seemed to possess a
certain natural grace, which emlnat-c- d
from the dances.
"Mother of Mine," sung by Tommie, Elbert Bell, to his mother,
touched the hearts of the audience
as mother songs will, when sung as
oneijpwfcfJThe
rJtb?UjMully.Jis,..thlt
' grand finale was eminently clever
and certainly novel.
The cast of the comedy, the music- -'
al numbers, and a synopsis of the
scenes follow:
"Local Color" Cast
Mrs. Mertie Jones.Louise McDonald
Evelyn Gall
Mrs. Lumpkins
Mrs. Carrie Akers... Florence Morris
Stewart
Miss Mattie
Mary Elizabeth Fisher

SECOND

Xmas Holiday

Players

Practice Diligently
on Offensive Formations
for Encounter

SHROPSHIRE
With the Joyous spirit of Christ
mas prevadlng the atmosphere and
Alumni Nominees Are Named Santa Claus himself expected to be
among the spectators, the Univer
by Board. Motion to Have sity of Kentucky Wildcats will take
Three Graduations Yearly the second step on their venture
Is Passed Upon by Board. through the beckoning realms of
basketball fairyland Friday night at
t.fVG7QA, KY.
8 oclock in the Mens gymnasium.
At the meeting of the Board of The big, red quintette from Miami
ALBERT- BE.L.L.
Trustees in President McVey's office University at Oxford, Ohio, will also
Male Stroller Lead
Tuesday, the names of the three be among those present when Coach
men from which Governor Sampson Johnny Mauer and his boys open
trustees their Yuletide bundles of thrills and
is to choose the alumni
were made known. The three men excitement.
are Thompson R. Bryant, W. C. WilA light repast consisting of the
son, and Louis Hlllenmeyer. Mr. Georgetown Tigers was disposed of
Hlllenmeyer has served on the board last week by the 'Cats to the merry
for the past six years.
tune of 46 to 9 and now they are(
On April 1, the names of the whetting the old carving knife for a
appointment were more bounteous banquet, a choice
nominees for the
sent to all the alumni to be voted morsel of holiday vestige which will,
six if achieved, boost Kentucky's stock
on. From these the highest
were selected and again sent to be to great heights in gumshoe circles.
question at
voted on. At the meeting these But the paramount
votes were tabulated and the high present in the minds of several
est three were sent to the governor. thousand fans in the Blue Grass is
He will appoint one as the trustee. whether the Wildcats have broken
Also at the meeting 98 candidates off a bite too large to be chewed.
were passed upon for. degrees and it Can they digest this blazing plum
was also announced that hereafter pudding or will they wilt before the
there will be three commencements oppressive heat of the invaders.
The Miami approach is heralded,
a year Instead of one, one to be addnot by the swift pacing of St. Nick's
and one in
ed in mid-yetraditional reindeers, nor even by
steadily roaring motor of an air
The annual report of the board the
reported to be
was drawn up and is to be printed craft in which he is by an ominus
but
sent to the legislature. The re- - traveling now, Is
and
tread; Nothing
known of the actport set forth the work of the Uni ual fighting strength of the Ohians
versity and of the boara ana enmemories of
but unpleasant are
closed the financial report and re- last year's epic battlethe
with this same
quest for appropriations, the con team.
nave not Deen rnaae
tents of which
A redmcnance came cut of the
public.
north in December 1928 to interrupt
,
At the meeting the following the Christmas festivities of the
their bounding boys in Blue. This they
who finished
candidates,
'courses during the summer session, did with much gusto. The tally was
and are elegible for degrees at mid- -' deadlocked at the final whistle and
term, were passed upon:
the game continued. After three
Beecher overtime periods of brilliant floor- Arts:
of
Bachelor
Powell Adams, OHle James Bowen, work, during which time the full
Frances Ford Bradley, Maye Howell house of spectators sat In breathless
Briscoe, Edna Elizabeth Corder, suspense and gnawed on trembling
Marion O'Connell Crowder, Marian fingers, the. Kentucky five won with
LAWRENCE M'GINNIS
'Elizabeth Dalrymple, Finley Houston a meager 43 to 42 margin,
Basketball Star
Davis, "Joseph Woods Lrarcmer, i The Miami team is one of vet- (Continued on Page Eight)
William Harlow Glanz, Eustace
Mary Narcissa
Granger Hester,
Holt, Haven Link Idleman, Elizabeth Courtney Jordan, Jeannette
Monroe Kimberlln, Mary Jane Dean
Lyle, Guy Francis McClure, Thomas
-uonipnan
Harlan Milton,
Lewis Tennyson Peyton,
"Moore,
Jay Purday, 'Adam Stacy,
Club Holds Christmas Party 'Casey
Jr., William Newton Stice, Jr., Lena Fayette County Medical Group
in Alumni Hall;
Lunceford Talbott. Ruth' Martin
and Professor Miller Give
Named New President of i Kennedy Thompson. Sara Lynn
Valuable Books to UniverHarkless
Tucker, and 'Elizabeth
Organization.

DEBATING TEAM
TO TOUR SOUTH

COSMOPOLITES
HEAR KOPPIUS'

Forensic Squad Will Engage
in 20 Meets With Southern
Universities Early in January.

By LAURENCE

cum1

MEDICAL BOOKS

GIVEN TO U. K.
sity Library.

Woods.

The University debating team will
leave Lexington on New Year's eve
for a tour of the South, during
which they will participate in twenty
or more debates with several Southern Universities, returning to Lex-in- g
on January 13.
After leaving Lexington, the first
stop will be at Atlanta, Ga., where
nine debates will be held with Embry
university on the following questions: "Resolved That War Cannot
be
by
Prevented
International
Agreements; Resolved That the
Single Enterprizer Cannol Compete
With the Chain Store; Resolved
That Big Business and Good Government Cannot be Harmonized."
At Green Water, Fla., they will
meet the team of Rollins College on
the same three questions, and will
debate nine times before different
audiences.
There will be only one debate with
the team representing the University
of Florida, at Gainesville. The
the team representing the University
question for discussion with the
Florida team probably will be; "Resolved That War Cannot be Pre
vented by International
Agreements."
Professor Sutherland
will take
with him five members of the University team. They are Wm. Pearce,
James Porter, Hugh Jackson, Clifford Amyx, and Sydney Schell.
The more important debates of
the year will be held next semester,
Mr. Sutherland said yesterday. Debates have already been arranged
with Princeton, Swathmore, Loyola,
questions
and
Harvard.
The
discussed with these schools will be
similar to, If not the same ones used
this semester. The debates before
the high school groups by the University teams have been largely In
the naturo of preparatory work for
the larger and more important meets
next year,
The Women's Athletic Association
of the University is sponsoring its
annual Kid Party tonight at 8:15
o'clock in the recreatlou room of
Patterson Hall. All girls are cordially invited to attend dressed in kid
costumes.

Bachelor of Science: Francis
O. T. Koppius spoke to the rame yost

UC

Lor-D-

r.

President of O. D. K.
hall. The organization is sponsored
by the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A.
and is composed of foreign born
students of the University and a
representative group of native
students.
M. Schneider, a member of the
17-1- 8
and a native of Germany, was
installed as president to succeed
a native of .China
Kentucky Hotel at Louisville William Chen, decorated In the
rooms were
style of Christmas decora- Will Be Scene of
tion, and the members of the club
Session
from Germany gave a short pro- gram. Following the social hour.
PROFESSOR l'OKTMANN
the meeting of the club was closed
PRINCIPAL SPEAKER by the singing of Christmas carols.
The program was arranged by the
Will Speak on Advertising following members of the German
delegation: Dr. Koppius, Marcel
and Ethics. Other
Kuklanskl, Werner Gross, and M.
Addresses
Schneider.
Countries represented In the club's
The Kentucky Press association membership and their representasession
will hold its
tives are: Bulgaria, James Stamatoss
"
"
Ufcl3r"uw2iand T. T. Nedelkoss; France, Prof.
'
notices sent ut centr To members
Prof
iffi,"5 ACnafertS
by J. Curtis Alcock, Danville, sec- - ?d ""rry
retary of the association. Problems, W. H. Brent;
V
concerning newspaper publishing China. Mr and Mn W
will be discussed and an attempt JnP". Miss Grace
Rosalind Angeluccl;

KENTUCKY PRESS
ASSOCIATION TO

MEET JAN.

a

ieW,N
session the afternoon of ailes,

ewsSpersona hiSer
The first

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HfwBS,at2i'5SS

includes the president's Bush, Virginia Meacham. Elste.
address by J. M. Allen, Cynthlana, i Bureau, Margaret Lewis Cora Polk.
the secretary's report, an address by ; Henry Cravens, and Bart N. Peak.
A. Robblns, Hickman, on "The Rela- - tion of the West Kentucky PressSENIOR CLASS IMEETS
Association to the Kentucky Asso- elation;" a round table discussion of
"Legal Advertising," led by B. B.i The Senior Class met Tuesday
Cozine, Shelbyvllle, and an address afternoon In Memorial Hall. At the
on "Human Interest In tho Editorial meeting the Class Day committee
i was
selected. The committee will
Column," by Hoyt Moore, Futon.
W. O. Bell. Frankfort, superintend- - bo comprised of: John Pennel, chalr-e- nt
of public Instruction, has ac- - man; Margaret Fry, Anna Louise
cepted an invitation to speak on Rice, and Carl Owsley. The Class
"An Outline of the Educational Day officers will be: John Pennel,
orator; Mary Mooro Milton, poet;
Program of Kentucky,"
Prof. Victor R. Portmann, of the Harry Calloway, historian;
erlne Gotliff, glftorian.
on Page Eight)

January

17

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Bachelor of Science in Civil
glneering: Errol Macy Bowling,
Bachelor of Science in Mechancial
Engineering: Robert Marshall
verson. John Henry Butler, ana
James Reardon Moore.
Bachelor of Laws: William Rich-Th- e
arti Balllnger, Ralph Eugene
nen, "Adolph Monroe Edwards, and
Charles Spurgeon Matherly.
Bachei0r of Arts in Education:
Edward Allen, Marguerite
' .Cnaries
.. Arnold. Marion Jasper Be- nutton Bennett, Anne
Wade Brown. Harian Kayiiiuim
Minnie Mae Byrd. EdithBrown.
nice Cnudlll. Hazel Chatneia. uen1amin Franklin Coffman, Allle May
, Heath
Coryell, Ora Bascum Daoney,
Nell Hart Davis. Archie Cosby Dun- Nor,r- t?iui.i1i
Fitch. Katherlne
ma Catherine
Alexander Forsythe. Oracle Christine Grable, Ewell Warren Hatfield.
Whayne Hickman, Sarah
Alllce
Anna Welch
Holmes,
Bennett
Hughes, and Frances Irwin Johnson,
Karrlck, Margaret Ely
Loutlcla
Alice Marrs. Hoffman
Batson Mills. Mary Edith Moores,
Mary Edna Neal. 'Irene O'Del ,
Anna Powell, Nell Emerald Powell,
Marguerite Reasor, Curtis Jett Reed,
Ellis Marlon Reeves. Amy Walker
Richardson, Emma Baker Roswell.
Bernlce Loulso Schaeffer, Fielding
Scale Speak, Anna Mae Stamper,
Cora Morris Sweeney, Elma Emma
Taylor, Elizabeth Farmer Thurman,
Ralph Beckham Tyree, Andrew
Jackson Walker, Mattle Lou Chambers Watson, Minnie Crawford
Beckner
'Phoebo
Winder, and
Worth.
Bachelor of Science in Commerce:
Russell Ross Adams and Harry Llg-o- n
Green.
Master of Arts: Charles Thomas
(Continued on Page Eight)

,,

Two gifts of books, made recently
to the University library, one
through the department of hygiene
from the Fayette County Medical
Society and the other from the library of the late Prof. A. M. Miller,
were announced at a meeting of the
library committee held last week.
The Fayette County Medical society donated a set of 386 bound and
unbound volumes of medical journals to the hygiene department last
spring, which have been turned over
to the library, while 17 bound
volumes, 28 pamphlets, and a variety of material which has not been
unpacked have been sent to the
library from the A. M. Miller estate.
These additional volumes added to
the library list will be transferred,
together with tho books now contained in the present library, to the
new library building, the first unit
of which Is now under construction
on the campus.

Phi Mu Alpha Holds
Initiation Services
Seven

Join
New Members
Local Chapter of
Music Frat

Phi Mu Alpha, honorary musical
fraternity, held initiation services
for seven new members Monday December 10.
Phi Mu Alpha was founded In 1808
chapters in the
and has forty-si- x
leading institutions of the country.
Kentucky Alpha Gamma chapter
was installed in 1922. The initiates
are: Maurice Smith, William Ard-er- y,
Joe Conley, Ed Barlow, Earl
Michel, Joe McGurk, and Kern Patterson.
The members of the fraternity
are: Gene Royce, Irmau Fort, Eldon
Durand, Ray Mays, Norman Halns-e- y,
Claude Walker, Earl Senff,
Robert Goad, Gayle Haraon, Lawrence Alexander, Wilbur Wortman.
and David Young. Faculty members
are: E. G. Sulzer, C. A. Lampert, ami
L. O. Robinson.

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The Kappa Delta sorority entertained last Friday with an open
house in honor of the Kappa Sigma
fraternity
The Alpha Delta Theta sorority
entertained last Friday with an
open house In honor of the Alpha
Gamma Epsllon fraternity.

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Norma Lambert, Catherine Michael
Maslc Hutchinson, Ann Michael, and
Bonnie Mullens.

CAM'.NDAlt

Thursday. December 10
Stroller Tea Dance In Patterson

CHRISTMAS' GREETINGS

Services In Memorial Hall In
memory of Professor Miller.
Friday, December 20
Phi Beta breakfast nt the Phoenix
hotel following the annual Christmas caroling at Maxwell Plncc and
the dormitories.
Christmas holidays beginning at
noon.
Basketball game. University vs.
Miami at 7. 30 o'clock In the Men's
gymnasium.
Professor and Mrs. L. L. Dantzlcr
entertaining with an Informal dinner for Pres. and Mrs. McVcy, and
the members of the English department faculty and their wives.
January, t
Cadet Hop In the Men's gym.
Kcntucklan dance.

THE NEW YEAR
TO THE

FACULTY and STUDENTS
OF THE

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House dances:
Phi Kappa Tail.
Delta Chi.
Kappa Sigma.
Freshman Engineer.

UNIVERSITY of KENTUCKY

MERRY CHRISTMAS
The members of the Sorority staff
of the Kernel desires to take this
(opportunity of extending to the
President, the faculty, and the students of the University the best of
the seasons greetings and happiness
and good fortune for the coming
year.
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The Lafayette Hotel
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nirth of a Son
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Rogers are
welcoming a son Emmctt Vinson,
born Decqmbcr 9, at the St. Joseph
hospital.
Mrs. Rogers was formerly Miss
Frances Phelps of the class of 1929.
Mr. Rogers Is a sophomore in the
Arts and Science College.

Hall.

and Best Wishes for

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FRATERNITY

ROW

Miss Nancy Lee Rouderbush spent
me wccK-cn- a
in uovingion.
Misses Eunice Jane Denton and
Eleanor McLain, Newport, spent the
week-en- d
at the Alpha Gamma Delta house.
Beta chapter of Alpha Delta
Theta announces the initiation of
Misses Mary Margaret Howes, Roz-an- a
Ruttcncuttcr, and Minnie Lou
Bennett.
Several soroltles entertained informally with Christmas parties
exchanging
yesterday
afternoon,
gifts and decorating
Christmas
Christmas trees.
The Zeta Tau Alpha sorority will
entertain with a Christmas party
tonight at their chapter house in
honor of their guests Mrs. R. Porter
Moore, province president, and Miss
Mildred Staggs, national inspector.
A buffet supper will be followed by
a program by the pledges.

for Health in

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STUDEBAKER or a
NEW FORD

Observed Founder's Day
The Beta Sigma Omlcron sorority
celebrated their Founder's Day with
a delightful banquet Thursday evening, December 12, in the rose room
of the Phoenix hotel.
The decorations were in the sorority colors, ruby and pink, and the
place cards rose designed, were
hand-mad- e
by the pledges of the
sorority. An elaborate menu was
served.
U-Drive-It
Miss Bernadine Mason presided as
toastmistress and the subject was
"Seeing the World."
LEE W. WILKERSON, Mgr.
The toasts were as follows: "At
the South Pole," Bonnie Mullens, a
Phone 7070
333 E. Main
pledge.
"Circling the Globe," Margaret
Belle Humphreys, active member.
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"Welcome Home World Travelers,"
Those present were:
Mrs. S. F. Horlacher, an alumnae.
rjnpsts Mrs. Hudson. Mrs. Moore.
Mrs. Holmes. Mrs. Conley, Miss Lily
Kohl, Mrs. J. D. Burnaugh.
Alumne: Mrs. Coryell, Mrs. Holach-e- r,
Mrs. McGehee, Mrs. Cranfield,
Mrs. Marshall, and Mrs. Haun.
Active Chapter: Miss Bernadine
Mason, Miss Ullla Bell Hoover, Miss
Margaret Belle Humphreys, Miss
Miss Dorothy Carr,
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tea for the
Wednesday afternoon
faculty, and students of the University from 4 to 6 o'clock, at Maxwell
192 W. Short, Lexington
Place.
The members of the English Club Bring 'era today f et 'em tomorrow
and the faculty of the English department were the guests of honor.
The house was decorated in accordance with the holiday colors and
delicious refreshments were served.

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Tea Dance
The Chi Omega sorority were
hosts at a lovely tea dance given
Saturday afternoon in Patterson
Hall.
Christmas colors decorated the
room nnd music was furnished by
an orchestra.
About 300 guests were present.
The members and pledges of the
chapter arc
Misses
Mary
Active Chapter
Milton, Elizabeth Blllctcr,
Moore
Elizabeth Tlnslcy, Maude VanBus- klrk, Edythe Reynolds, Mary Virginia
Marrs, Carolyn Ray, Josephine Paps-le- y,
Eleanor Swcaringcn, Shelby
Spears, Kathcrino Kennedy, Lois
Tldams, Winifred Wartcn, Dorothy
Kelley, Bruce Elmore, Florence
Kay, Anne Rodcs, Mary Elizabeth
Fisher, Mary Sydney Hobson, Betty
Greaves, Katherine Dishman, Lyle
waiters, Dorothy Darnell, Lucille
Short, Madge Reynolds.
Pledges Misses Elizabeth Bond,
Isabel Bondurant, Mary Elizabeth
Botts, Mary Elizabeth Bryan, Winston Byran, Jane Glvens, Eleanor
Dawson, Gay Loughrldge, Marjory
Mitchell, Mary Moore Nash, Jane
Paynter, Adna Ray, Anna Frances
Richardson, Felicia Sanders, Dru-sfT- la
Steele, Charlotte Shaw, Celeste
Thompson, Martha Walker, Mary
Russell Wlngate, and Molllc Yocum.

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Delta Chi fraternity announces
the pledging or the ronowing men;
John Chapman, Chicago; Alfred II.
Mnnaslnn, Chicago; Roy McCona-chi- c,
Chaffee, Mo.; Wayne J. Howard, Pittsburg, Pa.; Kcrmlt A. Pack,
South Portsmouth, Ky.; Wllbcrt
Watkins, Louisville; Jack Kendall,
Shclbyvlllc, Ind.
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Billy Matt Irion and Bruce
in Louisspent the week-en- d

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ville.
Mr.

Norman Jortlon, of Los
visitor
Angeles, Cal., was a week-en- d
at the Delta Chi house.
Glanz, of Louis
Mr. William II.
at the
ville, Ky spent the week-en- d
Delta Chi house.
Messrs. Gene Miller, Tom Boyd,
and Edwin Swlsshclm visited at their
homes In Louisville, over the weekend.
Mr. Ernest Powell, of Ravenna and
Mr. Stewart Gates, of Louisville,
were visitors at the Sigma Beta XI i
house last week.
The visitors at the Kappa Alpha
week-en- d
Included
last
house
Messrs. Thomas Buckncr, Richard
Mcintosh, Robert Thompson, Hilton
Brown, Homer Carrier, Henry Maddox, Jerry B. Nichols, and Graddy
Williams.
Mr. Roy Kavanaugh, of Louisville,
was a guest at the Delta Tau Delta
house last week-en-

Dance
nau.ttnitpnlft. entertained
with their annual formal dance Fri
day evening In the University gymnasium from 0 to 1 o'clock.
The room was decorated with the
lighted shields of each fraternity
Alpha
represented In
Gamma Rho, Aipna tbu uuh-k"Alpha Sigma Phi. Kappa Alpha,
Sigma Alpha Epsllon. Phi Sigma
Kappa Sigma. Phi Delta Theta, Phi
Kappa Tan, PI Kappa Alpha, Triangle, Delta Chi, Sigma Nu. nay
the
furnished
Miller's orchestra
music.
council, comThe
posed of representatives from each
fraternity entertained with a dinner
at the Lafayette hotel preceding the
:
dance.
The council members are: Messrs.
Rex Allison, Beverly White, Thomas
s
riipv .Tnmp.q Wilson. Clav Brock.
James Thompson, Prank Davidson,
Thomas Stephens, Jonn ispps. ucn
Harrison, Gravcy Heyde