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Kentuckian Sets
Picture Deadline


Kirkpatrirk. Superintendent of Paris Schools,
Elected President for
Coming Year


Dean Paul Royd Is Elected


Of Association
Closing Its conference with fln
election of officer, the Kentucky
Association of Colleges and second
ary schools, In session at the Uni
versity Saturday, named Lee Kirk
Patrick, superintendent of Paris
city schools, president for the coming year.
Other officers elected Included
W. C. Jones, Eastern Kentucky
State Teachers' College, Richmond
and Dean Paul P.
Boyd, of the University of

secretary and treasurer.
J. O. Oross, president of Union
College, Barbourvllle, and Miss An- na R. Bertram. Vanceburg, Ky.,
superintendent of Lewis county
schools were elected to the association's executive committee.
The committee on higher educa
tion elected as college representa
tives for three years Dean W. H.
Vaughan, Morehead State Teach

ers' College of Morehead; Prof. E.
H. Cannon, Western State Teach
ers' College, of Bowling Green
President J. L. Creech, Cumberland
College of Williamsburg, and Prof
H. J. Chicester, Berea College, of
Berea. Dean Hewlett, Cumberland
College, of Williamsburg, was elect
ed to the committee for one year
to fill out the unexpired term of
President Turck, formerly of Cen
tre College, of Danville. Representatives of secondary schools was
also elected on Saturday.
Attendance at the individual
meetings was comparatively large.
More than four hundred people
were present at the conference on
elementary education, and those on
art education, NYA student aid
program, and social science studies
were also well attended. Speakers
at the final session included Dean
Alice C. Lloyd, University of Michi
gan; Dr. H. Gordon Hullflsh, pro-lessor of Education, Ohio State
and Dr. Homer P.
Rainey, director, American Youth
Commission of the American Coun
cil on Education, Washington, D. C

UK Grad Elected

National Prexy
Of Soph Honorary

Mrs. Alice Lang Vance, class of
was elected national presiaent
of Cwens, national honorary for
sophomore women, at a convention
of the organization held Friday and
Saturday of last week in Miami
University, Oxford, Ohio.
Mrs. Vance was a member of
Cwens while in the University and
has been actively interested in the
honorary 's work since that time.
Mis. Sarah B. Holmes, assistant
dean of women, was chosen one of
the two national advisers of the
organization at the meeting.
Miss Mary Jane Robey, president
of Cwens, and Miss Ann Lnng,
president of Cwens last year, accompanied Mrs. Vance to the convention. The University was chosen
as host for next year's meeting.

Fellowship Group
To Attend Session
The regular meeting of the Y. W.

O. A. World Fellowship

group will

Saturday, November 7, will be
absolutely the lust day on which
Kentuckian pictures may be taken at the Lafayette studio on the
corner of Mill and Main streets,
according to an emphatic statement issued yesterday by Ernie
Shovea, business manager of the
Any students desiring to order
addltonal pictures to appear with
organizations in the annual are
requested to do so immediately
at the studio or in the Kentuckian office, basement of McVey
hall. Proofs may also be obtained
or returned to the studio.



Mrs. Emma Y. Case of East
ern Teachers College Is
Chosen President; Rich
mond to Get 1937 Meet
Mrs. Emma Y. Case, Richmond,

dean of women at Eastern Kentuc
ky State Teachers' College, was
elected president of the Kentucky
Association of Deans of Women at
its annual meeting held on the cam'
pus Friday and Saturday of last
week In conjunction with the annual educational conference.

Miss Louise Kornfeld, Louisville,
was elected secretary, Miss Cural- sl
leen Smith, Morehead,
dent, and Miss Marguerite Moery,
Ft. Thomas, treasurer of the asso
ciation. Richmond was decided on
as the meeting place next year.
The meeting officially opened
with a business session Friday night
at the Phoenix hotel. Saturday's
program included a breakfast at
the Lafayette hotel with Dr. H.
Gordon Hullflsh, professor of education at Ohio State University, as
the principal speaker. Jesse Stuart,
Greenup also spoKe on tne morn
ing program, and Dr. H. L. Dono
van, presiaent or eastern -- ooawj
Teachers' College, discussed women
in Dictator States Today."
The final event on the program
was a luncheon on Saturday at
which Miss Charlotte E. Kehm, Nor
wood. Ohio, dean of girls at Nor
wood high school, was the principal

Women to Entertain
With Open House
open house will
be held from 4 to 6 p. m. on Friday,
November 6. in the Woman's build
ing, according to an announcement
made by Mrs. L. M. LeBus, director
of the building.
A student orchestra will provide
music for the dancing, and refresh
ments will be served by Cwens, na
tional sophomore women's honor
ary, and the Association of Women
Students. All students are Invited
to attend.

to be installed In
horticulture greenhouse at the
University agricultural farm, It was
announced Thursday. The work,
which will co6t approximately $500,
will be finished within the next
A new boiler is


two weeks.
The boiler was already in the
possession of the University, and
when an Inspection of the old boiler showed It to be In a state beyond
repair, the new boiler was prepared
for Installation. It will be regu
lated by a stoker taken from the
stock pavilion. The new boiler Is
large enough to heat two greenhouses the size of the present one,
and, In case of expansion of the
greenhouse, will prove quite ade
quate to heat the entire new building.

not be held on Tuesday. The member of the group will attend the
afternoon session of the Kentucky
on "The Cause and
Cure of War." which will be held at
3 p. m. Tuesday In the Lafayette RATLIFF WILL SPEAK
The Social Service group of the
Y. W. O. A. will visit Lincoln school,
Margaret Ratllff, Instructor In
the new housing projects, and the
psychology, will
slum sections of Lexington on the department of Round Table of
group address the Junior
Wednesday. Members of the
O. A. on 'The Psychologi
will leave the Woman's building at the Y. W.
Aspects of Marriage" at 7:30
3 o'clock, and all Y. W. C. A. mem-be- n cal
o'clock tonight In the Woman's
are Invited to attend.
The social group or the v. w. o.
A. will meet on Wednesday at 3 p.
HOLDS INITIAL MEET m. In Boyd hall reading room, for a
discussion of "The Relations of

Miss Elizabeth Cowan addressed
the Freshman Y. W. C. A. group
Thursday at their first meeting of
the year.
Officers for the coming year are
Eleanor Rankin, president; D'Ann
Calhoun, secretary; Hazel Meyers,
program chairman. The group decided to hold three meetings
month consisting of two regular
meetings and one joint meeting
with the Freshman Cabinet of the
Y. M. C. A.



The University Bacteriological society will meet at 7:30 o'clock
In the Woman's building.
Miss Elizabeth Jolly will report on
the American Public Health association meetings which she attended at New Orleans last month. Miss
Jolly received her master's degree
In bacteriology from the University
last J una.



At First Session

Of 'Charm Clinic9

Meetings Sponsored by AWS
To He Held on November 9, 16, and 21


Set For Saturday DRAWS LARGEST
The third of the
dances conducted by Dean T. T.
Jones will be held from 9 till 12
o'clock Saturday night, November 7, In the Alumni gymnasium.
Oarth House and his orchestra
will play for the dance, the proceeds of which will go to the
Student Loan fund. Admission
for the dance will be twenty-fi- ve
cents per couple.


Cats Leave For


day night in the Waldorf-Astor- ia
A light workout is scheduled
for Friday afternoon at Ebbetts
field, with the squad running
through signals and getting the
feel of the gridiron.

'., ,,.,

Tau Beta Pi Will
Pledge Tomorrow
Engineers' Honorary to Hold
Annual Ceremonies in
Memorial Hall

Club Will Sponsor

Tau Beta Pi, national honorary
engineering fraternity, will hold its
annual fall pledging at the engineer's convocation, 10 a. m. Wednesday in Memoral hall. Dr. A. E.
Bigge, head of the University Ger
man department, will speak on gen
ual conditions in Germany. He will
be introduced by Charles Reeves,
president of Tau Beta Pi, who will
preside at the convocation.
Other officers of the orgamzaton
are: Reginald Rice,
James Johnson, recording secretary;
"secretary; James Leggett, treasurer;
and Paul Ross, cataloger. Members
are Sam Crawford, John Shehan,
and William Hermon.

Faculty Fun Fete



Band Receives $213
Fcr Knoxville Trip



The College of Agriculture will
hold its second general assembly of
the semester at 8 a. m. Thursday
morning, November 5, in Memorial
hall. At this assembly. Alpha Zeta
will hold its pledging exercises and
will award a medal to the sophomore boy who made the highest
standing as a freshman In the ColIn like manlege of Agriculture.
ner,- Phi Upsilon
award a medal to the sophomore
girl who made the highest standing
as a freshman.
Mr. Thomas P. Cooper, dean of
the College of Agriculture, will be
the principal speaker on this occasion, and all students and members
of the faculty of the College of Agriculture are urged to be present.

Freshman Cabinet
To Hear Mrs. McVey
Mrs. F. L. McVey will be guest
speaker of the Freshman YMCA
Cabinet tonight at their regular
meeting at 7:15 o'clock. Monday.
All members are urged to bring a
The topic of Mrs. McVey's ad
dress will be "Social Etiquette." The
program of the meeting will be un
der the direction of David Scout assisted by Free Hunter and Howard




total of


was collected by

the "Best Band in Dixie" through
a special collection at tho g.'me
Saturday to obtain funds for sending the unit to Knoxville on
day, John Lewis,


director of the band, announced
This amount leaves $ii00 more
which will be necessary to make
the trip. No future plans have yet
Pledging Ceremony Date Not been formulated for raising the
needed amount, Mr. Lewis said, but
Definitely Set; Secure
it is hoped that they may be obCards From ODK Men
Mr. Lewis expressed the thanks
Distribution of ODK cards will of the band lor those sororities
week to r.nyone and girls who aided in collecting
be available this
interested in membership into the the money at the game Saturday.
Ohio Valley International Re organization at the fall pledging.
Although the date has not been TURKEY FESTIVAL
lations Clubs to Convene
definitely set for the pledging cerAt Richmond
emony, it was stated that it would
ODK dance, Nov.
Representatives from the Univer be held after the
The second annual Turkey Festisity International Relations club month.
val, sponsored by the Poultry club
will attend the Ohio Valley Inter-- 1
a call for points will be given in cooperation with the poultry denational Relations clubs conference, .wo weeks before the pledging. The partment of the University is lo be
to be held at the Eastern Kentucky point, system, the same as was held in the Stock Judging pavilion
State Teachers' College in Rich- -, adopted tor the spring pledging on the Experiment Station farm
mond on Nov. 13 and 14. The con-- ,as(.
wlu be embodied on the November
The show will be the outstanding
for the spring pledging
Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia. ' adopted ,,,. rfln
seculed irom show of its kind in this section
Principal speakers will be Dr.
States and
nuK member or from the Ker- - of the United display by exhibits
president of the nel Dusiness office the latter part of will be put on
Nanking and Dr. C. tliis week.
University of
from the different states of the
Douglass Booth. Miss Amy Henain-w- ay
Jones, Division Assistant of the
In addition to the display cf turCarnegie Endowment, will be pres
keys on foot, there will be an exent and will take part in the pro
hibition of the holiday bird in its
dressed form; spectators will have
an opportunity to witness many of
Doctor Booth will lecture in place
Dr. Esther Caukin Brunauer, na- the outstanding birds from the difof Doctor Percival R. Cole, Austra
ferent sections of the United States
lia, previously announced speaker, tional chairman of the Internawho will be unable to attend. Doc- - tional Relations department of the at this show.
tor Booth is lecturing under the American Associationguest
auspices of the Carnegie Endow- - Women, will be the
cal international xteiauoua
ment lor International Peace.
10 De
Members and advanced students
Officers of the Conference are:!
of the department of geology will
Gano Caywood. president; Eliza-- 1 verslty common!
leave from the Science building at 8
beth Ogden,
Helen inurauny.
d a. m. Sunday morning to study the
Howell, corresponding
secretary, dinner Doctor Brunauer win
structure of Jeptha Knob near
G. Scott Cree. recording secre- - aress the BrouP-tary- .
Shelbyville. The field trip will be
Doctor Brunauer nas Just
Dr. L. O Kennamer, faculty
of the International Rela- - turned from Europe where she had conducted by Dr. A. C. McFarland.
tions club of the Eastern Kentucky a chance to observe at firs hand head of the department of geology.
State Teachers' College, is chair- - some of the conditions which seem
man of the committee on arrange- - to make war inevitable,
Dinner will be sixty-fiElmer G. Sulzer, director of the
and reservations should be given to
the dean of women's office before University department of publicity,
will attend a meeting of the District
'Cat-ManhattThursday noon, November 5.
College Publicity committee November 27 and 28 at Dennlson College, Granville, Ohio. Mr. Sulzer
will speak on "Publicizing a ColActivities."

ODK Pledge Cards

Issued This Week

Delegates Chosen
To Attend Region


Ryland, head of the
department of romance languages
will address the University wo
man's club at Eastern Kentucky
State Teachers College in Rich
mond Thursday night. Doctor Ry
land will be introduced by Mrs.
Virgil Burns. He will speak on his
experiences In Spain.

4-- II


Superior Line Gives Red Ele
phants 1
Win as Big
TJlue Makes Valiant

superior Alabama eleven
a fighting panp
of Kentucky Wildcat by a
score of 11 to 0 Saturday afternoon on Stoll field. A
homecoming crowd of 18,000
fans saw the "Red Elephants"
score two touchdowns and two
extra points in the second
half to defeat their traditional


rivals for the fourteenth consecutive time.
In the first half, Alabama's Crimson Tide, 2 to 1 favorites, penetrated time and again deep into Kentucky territory only to be repulsed
by the snarling 'Cats.
Four times
Chet Wynne's boys held the undefeated Crimson eleven while in the
shadows of their own goal posts.
As expected, it was the difference
In the two lines that finally decided the game. The Alabama line
the heavy
line throughout the
game. The Wildcat eleven never
had a chance to unleash its offensive during the first half. Their
line was as far a3 they
were able to advance during this
opening period. Three times, Bob
Dalvs was forced to punt from behind his own goal line.
Deadlock at Half
When the half ended with the
teams deadlocked in a scoreless tie,
the hopes of Kentucky fans were
flying high. They, for the first time
in years, sensed a great upset. With
the start of the second half, these
hopes were rudely dashed.
Kentucky kicked off to start the third
quarter, and Frank Thomas' boys
did not relinquish the ball until
Joe Riley,
track star,
had dashed through Kentucky's left
tackle for 26 yards and a touchdown. Kilgrow's place kick of the
extra point was good.
This unexpected touchdown
seemed to make the 'Cats still more
A few plays after the
first Alabama touchdown, Walter
Hodge recovered Riley's fumble on
With Johnson running in his
sophomore form, the 'Cats began
a steady advance down the field.
Bert made a beautiful
to put the Kentucky eleven in
scoring territory.
The 'Cats were
aided still more when Alabama was
yards for tackling
Johnson out of bounds.




Threat Fails

This gave Kentucky a first down
on Alabama's
line. On the
next play, Hodge was thrown for a
loss on an attempted reverse. Johnson then hit tackle for three yards.
Davis was held to a one yard gain.
On fourth down, Johnson smashed
into the 'Bama line but the ball
came to rest a foot from the goal
Alabama then punted out of
(Continued on Page Four)


Yu-Gw- an,

National Chairman
To Address Group

k i.b oum

Dr. Hobart


Kentucky's Wildcats will entrain for New York and the Manhattan game at 4:22 p. m. Thursday from the Union Station
aboard the Oeorge Washington.
The team will arrive in New
York at 1 p. m. Friday and will
be the guests of J. Irvine Lyle,
president of the Carrier corporation and a graduate of the
University, class of 1896, on a
sightseeing trip. The team will
also be his guests at dinner Fri-



Cooper to Address
Thursday Assembly

In Thrilling Grid

House Decoration
Awards Won by Alpha XI
Delta and Sigma Alpha



'Bama Tide Drowns 'Cats
For 14th Straight Year









10 A. M.,

3. 1936

The first mretng of a "Popular
ity Clinic," being sponsored by the
Association of Women Students to
aid women students In becoming
more attractive and charming, was
held at 7:30 o'clock last night in
the recreation room of Patterson
hall with Mrs. Frank L. McVey as
Annual Alumni Dance in UK
the prlncpal speaker.
Gymnasium Climaxes
Mrs. McVey spoke to a large
group of both women students and
Events of Dav
faculty members on general etiquette, including in her talk In
with luncheons,
'breakfasts, and special programs o!
struction In the art of conversation,
table manners, being at ease with Assistant Professor of Phys-- j every nature, including a dance
all people, and manners for the co
leal Education Is Granted and fnt'iring the annual brtiuo be-ed on and off the campus.
tween the Wildcats and the Bama
Three more meeting will be held
Crimson Tide, alumni from near
ty Post
on consecutive Monday nights for
and far returned to the campus the
past week-en- d
to participate in one
the next three weeks. As an added
W. H. Hansen. L. L. B., assistant of the largest and most successful
feature, the speaker each week will
professor In the Physical Educa- - Homecoming programs In the his
give personal interviews to students
on Tuesday afternoons following the lion aepanmeni. nns open grumea tory 0f the University
P1,, ,vpn, nn thp
meetings. Mrs. McVey will receive a leave of absence by the Unlver- .
the remainder of
students this afternoon at tne sity for order that he may the school
year In
take over o'clock Friday evening n the AlumWoman's building to discuss the
the position of Commissioner of ni gymnasium under the sponsorgeneral problems of etlqeutte.
Public Safety for
State of Ken- The schedule for the future meet- fitnlrtr a rw.cl t inn the v;VtirVt ho hoc ship of SuKy. Talks were marie by
ings includes discussions of the recently been appointed. Mr. HanlD,earn Alvi" E; Eya"s f the
fundamentals of perfect grooming sen has been connected wi!h the
",,u ""'u nu"ul
cat football stars, and Coaches Chet
on November 9, of personality on University for fifteen years.
November 16 and a style show on
Professor Hansen is planning to wynne 01 ft.ent.ucKy ana i nomas
program. broad- November 24.
attend Northwestern University, at of Alabama. The WLAP, wps folEvanston, Nov. 9 for a two week cast over station
period. There he will be taught lowed by a parade through the
the methods of safety. The purpose downtown section and back to Stol!
of this school is for the promotion field to a bonfire.
Feature of the Saturday program
of safety education.
was the annual house
Proceeds of Woman's Club It Is not definite, but he may at contest participated in by decoration
tend a school in Washington, D. C,
Program Friday to Go to
shortly after the first of the year, fraternties and the residence halls.
Student Activities
under the direction of J. Edgar Alpha Xi Delta sorority was awardHoover, head of the Federal Bureau ed first prize in the sorority class,
A "faculty fun fete," the pro of Investigation.
with Patterson hall second. Sigma
ceeds of which will go to an annual
Mr. Hansen will then travel over Alpha Epsilon fraternty was awardfund for the assistance of several the state talking to various civic ed the cup in the fraternity class
student activities, will be held by organizations and schools impress- with Phi Delta Theta second. SuKy
the University Woman's club at 8 ing upon them the importance and Circle was sponsor of the contest.
o'clock, Friday, November 8. in tne need of safety in their community. Downtown merchants also decoraAlumni gymnasium.
He will work for the state ted their stores at the request of
Games, contests and a floor show
dancing are features through the Adjutant General's of the Circle. Saturday, the various
of music and
At noon
planned for the program. Mem' fice helping cities with their traf- Greek - letter societies entertained
student fund committee fie difficulties and seeking to ( with open houses and buffet lunch-a- re
bers of the
of the club who are In charge of the straighten out the problems that eons. The largest return of alumni
before the city officials in re- arrangements for the affair are
gard to safety measures.
This In years was reported by many of
Mesdames A. J. Olney, H. B. Morri
son, T. T. Jones, W. 8. webD, w. w. field of work Is comparatively -, these organizations. Stroller alumni
bealso held a breakfast at 10 a. m.
Dimmlck. Margaret Crutcher, L. M. modern and other states are
in the Phoenix hotel, and an or- Lebus, B. A. Shively, O. T. Koppius, ginning to do the same work.
Two seniors, majoring in physt- - ganization meeting of alumni of the
R, E. Proctor, E. A. Bureau. D. H.
Peak, O. G. Latimer, J. B. Roberts, cal education, will take over Pro Law College was held at 11:30 a. m
Sarah B. Holmes, Mary Lee Collins, fessor Hansen's classes. They are in the University Commons.
Features of the annual
and Misses Laura Deephouse and Joe Huddleston and Charles Baril
(Continued on Page Four)
who have been appointed student
Helen Ide Morse.
assistants. They will continue these
duties for the remainder of the

AU Y. W.
Clothes to Personality."
O. A. members are invited to attend KENTUCKY STUDENT HONORED
these meetings.
Julian Pierce of the Stamping
Ground chapter of the Future
Farmers' association was elected
of the national
club first
The state champion
livestock team will be at the Ex- association held at Kansas City,
periment Station farm Wednesday Mo. This Is the highest national
for further practice Judging. This office ever held by a Future Farmteam is from Marlon county and is er from Kentucky, and Pierce Is
being coached by Mr. O. H. Karnes, the second Kentucky boy to gain
an alumnus of the College of Agri- a position on the national executive
vommlttee. Pierce Is a freshman In
the College of Agriculture.
John F. "Sunny" Duy, former
Warfleld Donahoe, president of
editor of the Kernel and a Journalism graduate of the University, has Kappa Alpha social fraternity, has
reporter on asked the Kernel to state that his
accepted a position as
the Lexington Leader, lie was organization Is not affiliated with
formerly connected with the Inter any political group on the campus.
national Business Machines cor- In Tuesday's issue. It was said that
member of!
poration in Endicott, N. Y , und the K. A. lodge was
the Independent combine.










few men r women who
qualify fur NYA work and
will be available during tne
first, second, or third hours, are
asked to report to the office of
the Dean of .Men at Iheir
earliest convenience.


There will be a general open
house at the Woman's building
from 4 to 8 o'clock Friday. Music
will be furnished by a student or-



The Poultry club of the
of Agriculture will hold us
monthly meeting at 7:30
Thursday, Nov. 5, 19;i.
Dairy building.


in the



Plans Released

Alumni and team to
have headquarters at St. George
hotel in Brooklyn.
Kentucky spciely of New York
will give a stag dinner and
Miioker at the Hotel Biltmiire in
New York at 7 p. 111.


KeglsGi ation of Kentucky
Alumni at St. George hotel, the
ulumnl headquarters.
Kent in ky - Manhattan g.uue
at EbbeU Field. Brooklyn, ut i
p. in. (Eastern standard tune )
Tickets for the Kentucky section may be procured through
J I Lyle, b0 Frelinghuysen
avenue, Newark. New Jersey.

R.S.U. Inaugurates

Monthly Broadcast

All students inteieatc-in the
American Student Union .Are requested to meet at 3 p. ni. Friday
in Room 101. McVey hall.

Entries for the fall puig-poare due at the Intramural
office by not later than t o'clock
November 6. The entrance ite is
payable at the time of entrance
into the tourney.


All members of the Freshman
Cabinet of the YWCA are urged to
bring a guest to the mtvung ut 7:15
o'clock tonight.
There Mill be a
Delta Sigma Chi, men's Journalism honorary, will entertain Us talkL. on Social Etiquette" by Airs.
All members please
members with a buffet supiier and F.
a party at 7 o'clock Friday. No- attend.
vember 13, at the home of their UtThere will be a meeting of all
ility advisor, E. O. Sulzer.
next regular meeting will be held history majors and graduates at 8
at 8 o'clock Tuesday, November 10, o'clock lliursday night, Nov. 5, In
the Woman's building. Thu.-- inat 324 Aylesford Place.
terested m Hie organization of a
Cleveland. Raymond Stivers, Franhistory club please be present.
ces Sadler, Roberta Atkins, and
William Lamkln.
There wll be a meeting ot Keys
Mrs. Frank L. McVey will be the
Included on the program were
selections by a trio composed of principal speaker at a meeting of at 7:30 o'clock tonight at tho SigDawes Thompson, William Lamkln the Bourbon County Woman's club ma Plil Epsilon House. It Is very
and E. Powell Lee. and organ Inter- - on Wednesday, November 4, at the important tliut all members be
Memorial building In Paris.
ludes by Ruth Ecton.

feature of WLAP is the
Baptist Student Union program
which can be heard once each month
from 3 to 2:30 p. m. on Sunday afternoon. The last program was held
Sunday, November 1, and consisted
of reports on the State B. S. U.
convention held the week-en- d
at Bowling Green.
Delegates to the convention who
appeared on the program were Lynn
A new






* Best Copy

Tape Two



Tuesday, November



the sound solid lives of most



This Campus
That World

3, 1930

Is the worst girl In the world but
I love herl"
Bob Hess with more
people wanting to see him again
he could handle.... Wyatt
Norvell took six Kaydees to the
game or did they take him or did
he take six?
Russia's contribution to efficient Journalism, Ross
Chepeleff, first nighted "Personal
with Polly Dawson,
who goes around hating people, and
since then he has been with her
enough times to convince us that
this is the start of a romance. If
Ross can only match her In wise
cracks. . . .The Kappas say that
Franklin Dryden got his pin back
last week. .. .Saturday night one
banjo plunked the accompaniment
for eighteen shrieking singers In
the Lambda Chi cloist ers .... Kappa
Mildred Bryant turns a steel ear
drum to all of Black tteve Feath- If the young
erston's pleadings.
lady would like to make sure of
Steve's sincerity, Just ask him what
the requirements of his wlfe-to-are.... The Kappaslg Dotson listens weeplngly while Sue Taylor
tells him she Is dated up long In ad
vance. Some one breaks them and
Dotson turns away with a 12 inch
grin. At the same time, there are
22 similar scenes being enacted
elsewhere on the floor.... The
are squawking because the
Phidelt espionage system stole the
"Gone with the Wynne" Idea from
them. However, the Beau Bum- by the exmels of Southllme.
travagant use of chalk told Fayette county that the Tridelts had
done a high class Job of piracy.
You take lt, Boopy, it's too tough

Thanksgiving Day will not only
bring turkey and stuff for Chio
College students air fated after comiiicntc-men- t
pledge Martha Kelly and Lt. Milelans matter undrr th Art of Mrrb 1, U7H
with offers of position for which they have
ton MrOruder, of the U. 8. Marines and who a year ago won all
not been trained, and which could lie as capably
the R. O. T. C. honors here. On
ttlnaton H'lnrrt of Commrrf
National Collrjtp PrrM Association
tilled by any uneducated man or woman.
that day thry will promise to love.
Kentucky lntrrrnlli'Rlt Ptm Agination
honor, and obey until debt do us
international Wrwa Service
the fields of government and public service,
A meaner of the Mh'ot
riihllrilon. represented
where the need is for outstanding, educated, and
A. 4. Knrrla BUI Oo . IBS I. 4?nd HI.. Ne
Tor CUT:
Just one week ago Lambda Chi
When, several years ago, I wrote concerning womrn and thrlr rights
Warlter DrlT, Ch1cao; Call BnlldlnK, Ban Franclnco; 4l
intelligent young men and women, such stuLoa Angelea: loot Second Are, Seattle.
as people one pretty little girl bore down upon me in the hall that after John Morgan pinned Nancy Orrel.
dents find that most of the doors ate ilosed to noon, and, pushing
sponsor from
her hat back on her head, proceeded to tell me a thing It took the military one week to
COM PLETE CA M PUS CO VERAGE them due to political patronage,
Western State Just
or three. "What do you mean by saying that women have to stay In the read the score and wise up. LambExrcuTtvi Brum
and party favoritism.
kitchen all of the time?" she demanded.
da Chi John Morgan now has his
Editor-in-Chie- f
Actually I said no such thing I must insist right now that 1 can't pin simmering on his vest. Proving
Cmi.f. M. Spkm i r
In the past few ycats, jobs in the Civil Scivicc
that the theory of retaliation yields
Managing Editor have increased by the hundreds of thousands, stand the thoughts of the pretty things slaving in kitchens all day long nothing but
ftovs J. 'mi ru n v
unnatural bunk.
No, I can't even stand seeing them work all day long. They are by far, too
S'ews Editor
David H. Sai.vfrs
and there should be an increasingly huge pro- decorative, but I did say there was enough to do In every home (not kitch
Joe Huddleston regularly courts
to trained students, en, mind you) to enable every woman
Elaine Harper. Two dances ago
Business Manager portion of offices ojK-ncIke M. Moore
to display talent
the girl that Joe is supposedly enwho have sjx't ialicd in their fields, and have quired, whether she be for have acgaged to strode into town. He had
.Betty Earle
Editorial Adviser
by their work in business or art.
demonstrated their ability
a date with Harper, who could easTheo Nadelsteln
Associate Editor
ily take the part of one of the
Of course, my major premise was
WUllam B. Arthur their respective universities.
Managing Editor
Instead we find
maids in Louis XVITs court, to atthat women are looking down lo
Oeorge Turner
Assistant Editor
tend the dance. But Joe's fiance,
these offices filled by men and women whose the place occupied by men and de
Dorothy Hazel, broke up that comto
..Eleanor Randolph
Society Edito