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The Kentucky Kernel
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

VOL XIV

LEXINGTON, KY.. APRIL 25, 1924

No. 26

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KENTUCKY WILL BE HOST
TO STUDENTS

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FROM

HIGH SCHOOLS IN STATE
High School Week at University
Begins April 30, and Closes
May 3
300

VISITORS TO ATTEND

Trials in Track Athletics, Ora
tory, Debating and Public
Speaking to be Held.

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WELCOME OUR VISITORS
To Students at the University:
The weelc beginning April 28
fri High
School Week at the
University.
Beginning Wednesday, April 30, and closing
Saturday, May 3, we shall have
at the University three or four
hundred visitors from the various high schools over the state.
These visitors will judge the
University largely by the manner in which they are received.
In the past, they have had audiences at their speaking contests.
I trust that the students will
make it a point to attend the
public sessions on Tursday evening and on Friday evening of
that week, and show their interest in our visitors.
This is an opportunity for our
students to show the University
to best advantage, and I am asking the student 'body to show
their customary courtesy and respect to our guests.
FRANK L. McVEY,
President.

High school week at the University
of Kentucky begins on Wednesday,
April 30, and continues until Saturday,
May 3. During that time 'the University will be host to some three or four
hundred visitors from the various
'high schools of the State. These young
people will come to the University of
Kentucky to participate in the State
tournament in tracic athletics, oratory,
debate, declamation and public speaking More than sixty of the largest
high schools of the State will be represented. The program for the events
will be as follows:
Wednesday, April 30 Preliminaries
CLASSICAL ASSOCIATION
and finals in public discussion.
Thursday, May 1. Contests in oratory and declamation will be held, be- OF MIDWEST AND SOUTH
ginning at 11 a. m. The finals in these
contests will be held Thursday even-- 1 HAS SUCCESSFUL MEET
ing, in the University chapel, when
Mr. Desha Breckinridge, editor of the
Lexington Herald, will present to the Twentieth Annual Session Attracts 225 Teachers of Latin
winner in oratory, a 'handsome silver
cup, engraved to the memory of Col.
and Greek
W. C. P. Breckinridge, Kentucky's
U. K. AND TRANSY HOSTS
most 'brilliant orator.
The preliminaries in debate will begin on Thursday morning, May 1, and University and Transylvania Cooperate to Entertain
continue through Thursday afternoon
and Friday morning the finals being
held Friday evening, May 2. At that
Approximaely 225 teachers of Latin
time Mr. Harry Giovannoli, editor of
the Lexington Leader, will present to and Greek attended the twentieth anthe winners of debate on behalf of the nual meeting of the Classical! AssociaLexington Leader, a handsome silver tion of the Middle West and South,
which convened at the Phoenix Hotel
cup.
On Friday afternoon, May 2, the at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, April
preliminaries and on Saturday after- 17. The University of Kentucky and
noon, May 3, the finals in track will be Transylvania College were hosts for
'the three days' meeting.
held on Stoll Field.
The Association of the Middle
The schools which will be repre- West and South is the largest classi(Continued on page 8.)
cal organization in the world. In its
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membership of 4,000, it includes stales
as far west as Ndbraska, as far south
NEW FOOTBALL COACH as Texas and Florida, and as far "east
as Virginia. This was the second time
SEEKS STUDENTS' HELP in the twenty years of its existence
that the Association has met in Kentucky, the first time having been in
Essential Features Are Adher- Louisville in 1912.
Delegates Entertained
ence to Training and
The delegates were entertained by
the University of Kentucky with a
dinner at the Phoenix Hotel Thurs-- i
Fred J. Murphy, newly elected

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and if this comes true Centre will return to Danville on the day of their
game, defeated by State the
first time in many years.
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tional plan of any University. I have mBton inspected the R. O. T. C.
felt that the whole idea of a:h-- 1 umt of the University Wednesday
as being merely forms of recrea- - ?nd Thursday in everyy phase of
hen and exercise was misconstrued ,ts w.ork', Th nspect'on will de- largely whether or not
entirely." Coach Murohv said. "The tcrm"
Kentucky will become a college
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of dVinguisVed classification

WILDCATS

WIN SECOND

GAME BY 13 TO 9 SCORE
FHOM MARYVILLE TEAM
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more lammariy Known to his college
associates and hosts of admirers, is a
Junior in the College of Arts and
Science, and since his entrance in the!
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he had passed one year's work. He i
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a member ot S. A. E. fraternity and
of Keys. His scholastic standing is as
creditable as his athletic record; in fact
"Turkey" is the most brilliant satalKte
on the Wildcat horizon.
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Thc University of Kentucky baseball team won the!r fourth game of the
sason when they defeated the Mary-vill- e
nine on Stolit Field Thursday afternoon by the score of 13 to 10 in
a game featured by bases on balls and
hit batters.
Maryville started the scoring in the
first inning when they scored one run.
Kentucky came back in the second
half of the same inning and tallied
three times. Gregg blanked Mary-v"ll- e
In the second inning white the
Wildcats shoved one more across the
pan.
In thc third inning the visitors got
to Gregg's
delivery for three runs
which tied 'the score. Riffe then- went
to thc mound for Kentucky and allowed three more runs to cross the
pan making the score 7 to 4 in favor
of the visitors. Kentucky got one of
them back in the same inning.
The fourth inning found the Mary
ville team unable to score and th&
Cats took advantage of the lull in the
visitors' scoring proclivities and pro
cured one more run for Jesse Riffe.
Maryville failed to touch Riffe's deliv
ery in the fifth while the Cals collected
three runs and gained a 'two run advantage wifh the score standing Kentucky 9, Maryville 7.
Kentucky failed to get a run in the
sixth round while Maryville added
one to their score. In the seventh the
Cats got two more runs while the
visitors were held scoreless.
Maryville was again held scoreless in the
eighth while the Wildcats added two
more to their total giving them 13
for the game.
In thc ninth and final round of the

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a lit !i.La .ill
the Wildcat teams.
hi,e a ,stu.dent
who resides 5:1
"Turkey"- recently accomplished the'
Lc.x,,,g,on during the college year s
Phenominal feat of making two of his
evertheless, he
letters in one week, winning the first Sa'C !rT typ'l0ld'
beTis,
for.tunate ! other c
baseball game and the firrst track event
Physicians have called the
in which
he
entered.
In this ' nm,1Ities;.
aevcopea during the
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event in which he entered. In thi.
summer vacation typhoid." frrom Mav Parade, Pledging,
Arbor Day,
track meet, which was held at
and Crowning of May Queen
Hughes took two first places, to October are regarded as typhoid
to be Held.
one being the broad jump, in which he months. It is advisable for those who
ar going outside of communities
jumped twenty-twfeet six inches,
The afternoon of May 2 has been
nearly a foot better than the S. I. C. where the water supply is well pro'fcortl. Th's will not hold as a new tected to take the various serum treat- declared a holiday by the University
tccord, however, as thc official mark ments for protection against typhoid. Council tor rhe purpose of celebrating
These can be secured at the Univer- a May Day festival.
Plans for this
must be made in the S. I. C. meet.
sity clinic to those who wish it.
event are being carefully worked out
Baseball Star
ihe importance ot tollowing thi by the Suky Circle, and in order to
In baseball Hughes is the most de- advice is evidenced by the fact that in
make it a grand and glorious success,
pendable man on the team, being
an institution situated in Tennessee, every student in the University is
because of his reliable pitch- there were eighty cases of typhoid in urged
to enter heartily into it.
ing and his ability as an outfielder.
March and of these cases, eight died.
The first pant of the program will
He is above the average player in It is possible to protect yourself
be under the d'rect'on of the Woman's
basketball, and in football he is among against such a situation.
Administrative Council This will in- the best of the Kentucky halfbacks.
FRANK L. .McVEY,
elude a parade led bv the University
Hughes was also the first FreshPresident, Univ. of Ky. Band, leaving the campus at 1:30 and
man in the University to make four
crrvintr mi I .imoentntiit amn in AfI.,
dr
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numerals, having fulfilled thc stipulat-alwa- s
down Main and back to the campus. A
SENIORS. NOTICE!
ed requirements for football, basket-letic- s
large silk "K" banner if offered as a
ball, baseball and track, in his fresprize for the most attractively decor- man year.
All Senior ring orders must be
Although Hughes is a Junior this
soon as possible for delivery be- 7 iayor
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"Ka"
year, ne has only been a student in the tore the end of the term. See John
University two years, since some of Shaw, Book Store.
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Editor Alumni secretary
home so musical talent was found
among the guests and the dance went
on for another hour.
''Dr. McVcy was accompanied on
the trip by Mrs. McVcy, who was
given a cordial welcome by her many
friends in the city. We were all so
glad to have with us some of the senior engineers who came over from
Buffalo after
the annual inspection
trip.

CALENDAR

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Cincinnati, April 26. Dianer- dance. (Time and place will be
announced later.)
Detroit, April 26. (Last SaturdayRegular) dinner, Dixieland
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Somerset, Ky., May 2, (First
meeting, 7:30
Friday Regular)
p. m., Dr. Norflect's office.
p. .
Philadelphia, May 3.
Saturday Regular) luncheon at
Engineers' Club.
May 10. (Second
Lexington,
Saturday
Regular). Luncheon
at 12:30, Lafayette Hotel.
Buffalo, May 10. (Second Sat- Regular)
luncheon at
urday
1:15 p. m., Chamber of Com- mcrcc. corner Main and Seneca
streets.
Chicago, May 19. (Third Mon- day Regular) luncheon, 12:30 p
m., Marshal Field's Restaurant,
Men's Grill.

thc law firm of Middlclon and Geneva Rice, freshman, and Lenore
Bryan, members of the Paduenli bar. Thompson, junior tied with 10 points
nected with thc University practically They will mnkc their home In Pnducnli. each in individual, points, and Mabel
Lewis A. Piper cx- - Is principal of the Hill second with 9 points.
ever since receiving her degree. Since
1914 she has been
the very efficient high school nt Danville, Ky.
In the 50 yard dash, Lenore Thomp.iiid popular librarian. Her home Is nt
son, junior, was first; second, Geneva
'2'2H South Limestone.
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Rice, freshman; third, Virginia Kellcy,
The announcement of the marriage sophomore; 100 yard dash, first Lenore
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,if Crawford C. Anderson to Miss MarThompson, junior;
second, Geneva
Dr. Marius K. Johnson, life member gery Irene MI.c, April 12, In Nnshvlllc, Rice, freshman; third, Virginia Kelley,
of thc Alumni Association, is both Tennessee, lias been received by friends sophemorc;
dash first, Gephysician and farmer, maintaining an on the campus. Mr. Anderson Is n to- neva Rice, freshman; second, ElizailTlcc at Ki2 Market street, Lexington, pographic engineer with thc U. S. A. beth
Hcfferman, sophomore; third,
.ind residing on the Bryan .Station engineers, and has headquarters at 40 Lenore Thompson, junior.
pike. Dr. Johnston was thr iltflh presMunicipal Bldg., Chattanooga, Tcnn.
The sophomores won the 440 yard
ident of the Alumni 'Association, his
class relay.
office covering the period of June 1915,
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Running broad jump first, Hill,
to June, l!)lfi. He also served on thc
The marriage of Miss Margaret second, Helm, third, Rice; 'standing
Executive Committee of the Greater Smith to Mr. Thomas Fuller Borden,
broad jump first, Thompson 6:7
of thc
Kentucky campaign lust year.
was solemnized at 'the home
second, Helm, third, Hil,; running
parents in Maysvillc, Ky., Wedbride's
high jump firstl Hill 3:10, second,
'06
Borden Is
Mrs.
nesday, April 1.
Helm, third, Kerth.
One of the "regulars" is Maxwell member of thc Chi Omega Sorority
Basketball throw 'first, Helm, secWnide Smith, who received Ills B. C. K. and was one of the most popular girls
ond, Kcrth, third Rice.
degree in '06 andC. E. in '08. Was with In thc University. After a wedding trip
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the American Steel Foundries until lie to Canada they will reside iu Golds-borNorth Carolina.
PURSE OF $250 AND ROYALTY
entered the service of his country during the World War, serving as
OFFERED FOR WINNING PLAY
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Engineering Corps, and retired a
"Enclosed find check for April paynajor. Since 1J)20 lie has been with
For thc best original playlet subthe Durlron Company, and is now gen- ment on pledge to the Greater Kenmitted by an undergraduate of an
eral sales manager with offices at Day- tucky Campaign Fund. I certainly American University, Milton Hocky
ton, Ohio, address p. o. Box 101!).
hope the next game I get to see on and Howard J. Green, producers for
Stoll Field, 1 will have The pleasure high class vaudeville theatres, arc of10
of sitting in the new stadium." W. fering a prize of $250 and a guarantee
Bowman Grant with the Kansas Gas that the manuscript will be produced,
Kvans I.ayton Sliuff, who for set era
cars has been a service and sales en- and Electric Company) 1130 North paying a minimum royalty of $50
gineer with the Combustion EngineerKmpo.ia street, Wichita, Kans.
every week that the paylet appears.
ing Company, hns recently been transHarrison D. Brailsford was a recent The purpose of the contest is to fosHe is ter keener interest in the writing of
ferred from Tonawanda, N. Y., to visitor in the Alumni Office.
their office at 1131 Candler Bldg., At- assistant engineer, Casualty Depart- one act plays.
lanta, Ga.
ment of thc Underwriters LaboratoriManuscripts must be mailed not later
es. 207 East Ohio Street, Chicago, III. than May 30, 1924. Those desiring
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Mr. Brailsford rcpresentd his class, further information may address MilFred Stone Kam is a sales engineer replying to thc welcome o' the class ton Hocky and Howard J. Green, 110
with thc Vacuum Oil Company, Fulton of '23 into the Association at the an West 47th Street, Now York City.
Bldg., Pittsburgh, Penna. He married nual alumni banquet last June.
His
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Miss Olive Spies in September, l!)Hi. resident and mailing address is 5714
Y. M. C. A. HOLDS ELECTION
There arc three boys Fred, Bob and Black&tonc Avenue.
Jim. The family resides at SIN DickThc marriage of Miss Lillian Lucile
Thc Y. M. C. A. held their election
son Avenue, Ben Avon. Pittsburgh.
Rantlle and James Eldridge Wilkins of
officers recently by secret ballot.
was solemnized at Hopkinsville, Ky.,
The results are as follows:
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17 ,1924.
Mr. Elkins is in the
April
George Kavanaugh, president; John
Mr. and Mrs. Lester O'Bannou arc testing
department of the General
Dabncy, vice president; John Wayne
the parents of a daughter, born TuesElectric Company. After April 24 they
Charles Cooper tied in the num-ibday, April 15.
Mrs.
O'Uaunon was will be at home at 432 Pleasant Street, and
of votes for sccretary; and Frank
formerly Miss Ethel Anderson, a liiem-c- r Schenectady, N. Y.
Milton, treasurer.
of the faculty of thc University of
"Herewith find check for payment
Those elected to the Advisory
Kentucky. Mr. O'Bannon is Assistant on pledge to thc Greater Kentucky
r,
Professor of Steam Engineering, Uni- Campaign fund. I am now employed Board were: T. R. Bryant, P. E.
Judge Lyman Chalkley, W. S.
versity of Kentucky. Immediately af- in the engineering department of the
ter receiving his H.M.E. degree in 1!15, Big Four Company at Cincinnati. Webb, Dean W. S Taylor, Dr. E. C.
lie entered the employ of the Illinois There are two Kentucky men here, Elliott, Goodson Reynolds, Rev. T". C.
England, A. L.
Steel Corporation and remained with Samuel T. Jackson
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and J. W. Ecton, McDowell
Wilkey
Raymond
and
Atchison,
that firm until hecntcred service dur- Wadsworth '12.
ing the World War.
Since his
Please send my Kernel to 3320 Per- James Darnell.
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he has occupied his present po- kins
Best
Avenue, Cincinnati, O.
sition.
The residence address is 312 wishes for Old Kentucky." Moses
Patronize the advertisers.
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ylesford Place, Lexington, Ky.
Alprin (formerly with City Sewerage
Division, Louisville, Ky.)
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NOTICE TO LAW ALUMNI
Y. Preston White,
who has been
"Due to change of address I have with the Bailey Motor Company at
just received notice of payment due on Cleveland, Ohio, has been 'transferred
Sufficient money or final paynledgc to Greater Kentucky Campaign
and is sales service engineer in the
ment on the Dean Lafferty porfund, check for which is enclosed. company's office at SO Church street,
trait for the College of Law has
Please consider this notice to make a
New York City. The residence and
not yet been subscribed. Checks
hange in my address to care the Asso mailing address is 262 West 83rd St.,
may be sent to W. S. Hamilton,
ciated Press, Washington, D. C."
Suite 4E.
'07, 707 Marion E- Taylor Bldg.,
lohn R. Marsh. Mr. Marsh has been
The marriage of Miss Elise Lewis
Louisville, Ky.
with I.egare Davis.Publieity Counsel,
Bohannan to Mr. George B. Maier, of
at Atlanta, Ga. Wayne Cottingham, Pittsburgh,
.was solemnized March 26,
also with the Associated Press,
at the home of the bride's parents in
has recently been transferred from the
Louisville, Ky. After a short wedding
Atlanta office to Washington, I). C.
trip Mr. and Mrs. Maier will make
Dues and The Kernel
their home in New York City.
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One Year
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Floyd Wellmau Potts is county agricultural agent, Jennings comity, Madi- FRESHMAN GIRLS VICTORIOUS
son Avenue, North
Vernon, Indiana
The girls held an interclass track
Mr. Potts married Miss Edith Heis, Oc
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ALUMNI ASSOCIATION,
tober t, 1!)18. There are three chil meet Friday, April 11th, at 3:30 p. m.
University of Kentucky,
on Stoll Field. The freshmen won the
dren, Charles Thomas, Floyd Wellinan,
Lexington.
Jr., and James Edward three future meet with sophomores second, juniors
wearers of the Blue and White. The third, and seniors in fourth place.
residence is at 103 Walnut Avenue.
"Enclosed find check for $2.! and
will send $25 each mouth until pledge
to Greater Kentucky Campaign fund i
paid up. Let the good work he "did."
C. It. Wilkey, Instructor, Vocational
au reungnuysen Avenue,
Agriculture, Glenwood, Ark.
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Alumni Notes

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Sax, Virginia Anderson, Ciari-bAnderson, Mrs. Ruth Duckwall
Gordon, Betty Brown, Mrs. Margaret
Webster Bennett, Mrs. Mildred Porter
Shankliu, Thornton Lewis, of Phila- delphia. and V. H. Grady, of Louis-- i
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,PHILLIE CLUB STILL ACTIVE
A letter received at the office early
in the week gave the report of the
last meeting of the Philadelphia club,
held April 5. at the Engineer's Club,

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Spruce street.
The qucsion of the Senior annual
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To keep before you constantly the inspect ion trip was brought up at
and the meeting and the club voted to
thought of the commencement
program for Alumni wire its good wishes to the Buffalo
homecoming
Club on the night it entertained the
Day is here given:
Saturday, May 31, is the date forcniors and als oto the New York
Visiting1 Club on the night of the annual
Alumni Day this year.
will hold a reunion and con-- J i.er dance, at which the seniors were
ferences by colleges from 8 to 9:45 guess.
o'clock in the morning. Arts and
It was suggested that as many mem- Sciences alumni will meet in White "crs of the club as possible attend
Hall, College of Agriculture graduates either the meeting at Buffalo or at
will meet in Scovell Hall, better New York. Several announced their
known as the Experiment Station, the intention of going, according to the
Engineers will meet in Dicker Hall letter.
and the lawyers in the Law Library.
Thc sccretary in the jetter announc.
At IU.MU ocloclc the annual business d that a mect;ng w0l,id 5e calIcd the
meeting of the Association will be first part of May for the purpose of
held in the Administration Building. distributing ballots for the election of
In the afternoon the class day exer- -' officers of thc association.
cises will be held on the campus and;
at 6:30 o'clock at night thc annual)
IMPORTANT LETTER
banquet will be held at the Phoenix
Hotel.
750 Frelinghuysen Ave.
Don't fail to miss Alumni Day this
Newark. N. J., April 21, 1924.
year if you are within a few hundred
The Kentucky Kernel,
miles of Lexington.
There are some University of Kentucky,
new things to be seen
here on the Lexington, Kentucky:
campus and the atmosphere is filled
Gentlemen: 1 wish you would nowith the rumors of better tilings on
tify through your columns, all the
the way. Come on!
alumni in regard to a fakir who
himself as being Louis A.
NEW YORK CLUB'S DINNER.
Seelbach, steward of thc Seelbach HoDANCE IS BIG SUCCESS tel, Louisville, Ky.
Some four or five years ago this
A letter just received from David
man visited nearly all alumni locaetd
L. Thornton, Jr.,
secretary of the
it New York and seemed to have
New York Alumni Club gives an in- perfect knowledge of
conditions in
teresting account of the twenty-firKentucky in general, and the Univer
of the club which
annual dinner-danc- e
I think he suc
s.'ty in particular.
was held at the Waldorf Astoria hotel ceeded in gett ng moneyy from 90 per
Fr.day night, April 11. He writes:
ent of the alumni he called on in New
w.c
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.. c uuu nu u.e.r guests, auoui
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, (,id nQt faj, oj. h;s stQry but of
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lo a u.uucr wnicn fered tQ
th(. Seclbach atid if
coma nave ueenpreparea only unaer ound his story was truC( wouid glad
luiiiim 1.1111 wiui iiiitus, uui he uiu
the Waldorf is famous.
not want the telegram sent.
"As the dinner drew to a close Reu- I find that thsi same man is now
'hfMi T 'P.nvlnr
rrjc?Honf nf tlif. rlith
in Chicago. I hope that
arose and gracefully introduced the
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some Chieacrn alumnus will he nnhlic
speakers of the evening. President
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McVey was the first to speak and he sjjuuiu ciiuugn iu uavt 1111s icuun .11
rested when he applies for funds, as
told in an
interesting manner the
progress the University is making and he, undoubtedly, will call 011 all those
who have not been calkd on up to
of, his ambitions for its future
Yours very truly,
date.
"Al Kirwan, president of th esopho- J. I. LYLE.
more class, followed President McVey
Kirwan gave an excellent talk and let
the club in on some of he inside of the
University affairs.
Professor Carol
Sax and W. H. Grady, of Louisville,
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were introduced and Mr. Grady wa
Mary Gray Riley is teaching h thr
persuaded to make a brief address.
hig school nt Unlet , Wyoming.
She
"After the addresses a short bust
was principal of the high school at
meeting was held an the officers
ness
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Elizubethtown, Ky., last year. Mis:
for next year were elected as follows:
A loyal supporter of the University Riley's permanent address is 1G1 Gra
J. T. Lowe, president; C. R. McClure, is Richard Thomas Anderson, banker, ham Ave., Lexington, Ky.
Robert L. Acker,
Security Trust Company, Lexington,
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Ky. Mrs. Anderson was formerly Miss
J. I. Lyle, H. P.
Holland Guines Bryan and Misr
and R. T. Taylor were elected on Hazel Cottingham. of Paris, sister of
The other Frances Vie Wilcox were united In
the executive committee of the club. Wnync Cottingham
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Social and Personal
Society Calendar
Saturday, April 26 lipsilon chapter
of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority
formal dance a't Phoenix Hotel.
Saturday, April 26 Sophomore dance
University gymnasium,
in the
.1:00 to 6:00 o'clock.
On account of the limited
amount of space for the society
items this week and also last week
it was impossible to run all of the
items. I wish to apologize for
those stories omitted.
Virginia Kelley.

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Social Notes
Beta Chapter of the Alpha Delta
Theta fraternity entertained with a
luncheon, Saturday at Canary Cottage,
followed by a theatre party in honor
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of the initiates, Elizabeth and Edith
Farmer. About 25 members of the
A Fleet of Maxwells, Overlands and Fords at Your Service Dey and Night
active chapter were present.
Miss Rachcllc Shacklcttc entertained
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with a luncheon at the Phoenix" Hotel
Monday afternoon in honor of Miss
Marjoric Riddle,
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Tau Delta Alpha will hold their installation ceremony i..to the national
fraternity on May 6, followed by a
banquet in the evening.
Alpha Gamma chapter of Alpha
Chi Sigma, honorary chemistry frater- Gloucester, Tennessee, third. Time
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Two-MiRun Hall, Kentucky,
dance Wednesday
evening at the
Phoenix- Hotel. Men making the high- first; Milton, Kentucky, second; Deathest standing in the chemistry depart- erage, Tennessee, third Time 10:20
ment are chosen for the distinctive
High Hurdles Kay, Tennhonor in this fraternity.
essee, first; Dewhurst, Kentucky, second; Dumas, Tennessee,'" third. Time

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The members of Theta chapter of
Klapipa Alpha fraternity entertained
with their formal dance at the Phoenix Hotel Saturday evening from 9
limit 12 o'clock. The ball room was
beautifully decorated in crimson and
gold, the fraternity colors, and at one
end of the room the fraternity shield
was draped with an American and
Confederate flag which symbolized WILDCAT TRACK TEAM
the friendship of Northern and Southern Kappa Alpha.
SWAMPS TENNESSEE
The favors for the girls were tiny
perfume bottles in shape of flasks
bearing the fraternity coat of arms.
The Wildcat track team defeated
Delightful punch was served during the University of Tennessee
team
the evening, and music was furnished Saturday, April 19, at Knoxville, by
the overwhelming score of 101 to 33.
by the Kentucky Kernels.
The men from Kentucky took first,
The Chi Sigma fraternity held an and second in every event except the!
initiation followed by a dinner at the hurdles and discus throw. The relay
chapter house last Saturday afternoon race was forfeited by Tennessee to
and evening. Among 'those initiated Kentucky.
Tennessee had the high point man
were: Dr. Paul P. Boyd, Dean of the
College of Arts and Sciences; Dr. in Kay, who won both hurdle races
Edward Wiest, Head of the Econom- and the broad jump. Uncas Miller, of
ics Department; Prof. E. A. Bureau, Kentucky, broke the Tennes'see track
record for the 440 yard dash when he
of the College of Engineering.
ran the distance in 52
seconds.
The summary of the meet follows:
President's Reception
MUCer,
Kentucky,
Dr and Mrs. Frank L. McVey entertained with a lovely reception Friday first; Tracy, Kentucky, second; Rodafternoon at Maxwell Place, the pres- dy. Tennessee, third. Time :10
Mile Run Hall, Kentucky,
first;
ident's home on the- campus, in honor
of the visitors here for the convention Allen, Kentucky, second; Deatherage
of the Classical Association of the Mid- Tennessee, third. Time 4:49
Run
Miller, Kentucky,
dle West.
About 250 gues'ts were
first; Kirwan,
Kentucky,
second;
present for this delightful affair.

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Run Miller, Kentucky,
first; Allen, Kentucky, second;
Tennessee, third. Time 2:08
Low Hurdles Kay, Tennessee, first; Brady, Kentucky, second;
Kentucky, third. Time
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Shotput Wilson, Kentucky, first;
Anglin, Kentucky, second; Kefauver,
Tennessee, third. Distance, 39 feet, 10
inches.
Pole Vault Wolfe, Kentucky, and
Brady, tie first; Fonde, Tennessee,
third. Height, 10 feet, 6 inches.
Discus throw Kefauver, Tennessee, first; Anglin, Kentucky, second;
Morris, Tennessee, third. Distance,
123 feet, four inches.
High Jump Hall, Kentucky, first;
Coons, Kentucky, second; Kefauver,
Height, five feet,
Tennessee, third.

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teaching were excused from attctaisei
during the meet. A special train
was chartered to run to Louisville
Piililinliet! every Friday throughout the CoHefe Thursday to carry the students from
jrer bjr the itudent body o( the
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