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GUIGNOL THEATER
8:30 O'CLOCK MONDAY

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

VOLUME XXVIII

VIENNESE
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PROF

SPEAK AT

GONVO

TUESDAY

FRIDAY. MARCH

LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY.

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At General Meeting
Billed For 10 A. M. In
Memorial Hall

1938

NEW" SERIES NO. 40

'Idiot's Delight', War Blasting RUPP SUGGESTS Nine Prom Queen Nominees
Drama, Opens Monday Night PLAN TO CHOOSE Will Be Selected From Field
DIXIE NET CHAMP
Of 33 By Committee Today

Curtain Rises At 8:30 O'clock
On Robert E. Sherwood's

Students To Hear

II.

Let Winners Of Southeastern,
Southern Loops Play
Series,
Coach Says

Pulitzer Prize
Winner

The fourth major production of
the current Guignol season. Robert

E. Sherwood's pulitzer prize winning
AUSTRIAN SITUATION
WILL BE DISCUSSED drama "Idiot's Delight." opens at

EACH TEAM TO PLAY
TEN LEAGUE GAMES
.

Women's Glee Club To Give
Musicale Program On Sunday

Three

From Each Sorority.
Six Independents
Will Be In
Running

the Guignol theater for a week's
MARCH 17 IS CHOSEN
Quintet With Top Percentage
Being Given In run at 8:30 o'clock Monday night.
Lecture Is
FOR ELECTION DATE
Mr. Sherwood's brilliant successWould Be Conference
Bosworth,
Mrs. Genevieve
Connection With
ful new play is a powerful indictChampions
American Soprano, To
Study
New Plan. Approved By Men's
ment of war, international munition-Be Assisting
and fanatical nationA plan to bring the winning
Student Council.
Iorgenstern. Univer- alists. The scene of "Idiot's Delight-i- s
Dr. Oskar
Artist
teams of the Southeastern and
To Be Used
Gab-rielsity of Vienna professor, will speak
laid in the Hotel Monte
Southern conferences together in a
a mountain resort in the
Mrs. Genevieve Bosworth, Ameri
at the first general convocation of
post season series to determine the
Consisting of elimination by judgcan soprano, will appear as assist
Italian Alps on the border of Switz
d
5
Southern championship was
the semester to be held at 10 a.m. erland and France and near an
es and popular vote by men of the
yesterday by Coa:h Adolph ing artist to the University wom
Tuesday. March IS. in Memorial Italian army flying field. During the
Junior class, a new method of elecRupp. Wildcat basketball chief, as en's glee club when the local group
The trial staff editing this
halL His subject will be "Austria action of the play the "next" war
tion of the Junior Prom Queen and
the solution to Dixies net ailment is presented as the fourteenth at
is started which is destined to des
edition of the Kernel Is comin Middle Europe."
Coach Rupp, always a strong ad- traction in the current series of
her two attendants was approved
troy civilization.
posed of the following: Ed
musicales at 4 o'clock
vocate cf the idea that champion- aiternoon
Dealing chiefly with the countrys
late yesterday afternoon at a meetMuehsler, editor - in - chief:
The leading characters of the
ships should be based on the team Sunday in Memorial hall.
economic and political relationship
Malcolm Patterson and Don
ing of the Men's Student Council.
winning drama are an Ameri
Directed by Miss Mildred Lewis,
having the best percentage of gamer
to the rest of Europe. Dr. Morgen-stcr- n prize vaudevillian (Wildan Thomas)
Irvine, associate editors; AnCandidates will consist of 33 Jun- won and lost, stated that each team the chorus includes 40 voices and
will probably discuss the gen- can
drew Eckdahl. managing edilor girls three from each sorority on
is composed of music students and
should be compelled by a confereral election reported to have been touring European theaters with a
Adam Pcviot Photo
tor: Cliff Shaw and Louis
jthe campus, and six independents.
ROSS J. CHEPELEFF
ence ruling to play at least 10 games others interested in music as an
called for Sunday in Austria, Dean bevy of entertainers: a mysterious
WALTER KIRKPATRICK
Haynes. assistant managing
who will be Judged and their num
white Russian "noblewoman" (Mrs.
per year against representative op- avocation medium. The portion of
T. T. Jones said.
editors; Jean McElroy. news
.ber eliminated to nine.
the program devoted to group voices
According to recent reports, the Kathrvn Conley Wheeler) who looks
J. B. Faulconer; position. At the conclusion of the will consist of Kentucky ballads
j
Harry Dr. Waldersee.
editor: L. T. Iglehart and
Sorority representatives will b
people of that county will be asked strangely familiar to the American. tanne in the leading roles of
Cherry, James Wine; Mrs. regular season, the team from each and European folk songs.
elected by their organizations, whila
Jack Treadway. assistant news
to express their opinion at the polls and a sinister munitions magnate Van and Irene. "Idiot s Delight" is ;Mr
uay; narry van. loop with the best percentage e
Cherry, Kum
Independent candidates will be choseditors; Joe Creason. sports
an Ap
"I Wonder As I Wander,
The set for
standing would meet in a three-gamSunday as to whether they wish to (Walter Kirkpatrick) with interests
en by the Association of Women
designed by Clav Lan- - Wildan Thomas; Shirley, Genevieve
editor: J. B. Faulconer and
in several warring countries and
series for the championship. palachian mountain song arranged
jcin the German nation. It was loyalties
Howard; Beulah. Sara Revell Estill;
Rankin, assistant sports
Bob
Students.
none.
caster
The plan followed a suggestion by by John Jacob Niles, and a Ken
stated that Hitler has been planning Leading in student roles are being .Quirey. and constructed by William Bebe. Jean Megerle; Franclne. Myra
e
-.
Judges will be Gerald Griffin.
editors: Alice Bailey and
tucky mountain song arranged by
Roy Mundorff, coach of
Geora similar vote to be held later in the nortraved bv Ross Cheneleff. as
Lexington
correspondent
Rieser. society editors,
Scheduled to run a week with a Hummer; Edna. Virginia Hayaen, gia Tech Vellowjackets. the
of the
of John Lewis, will furnish novelty
titallst
month.
with Sarah Ransdell. Lillian
Dumpsv. a servant of the hotel; J.
Courier Journal; Lieut. Col. B. E.
at 2:30 p. m. Saturday, Elaine. Mary Austin Wallace; Fid- Dr. Morgenstern will review the B. Faulconer. as Dr. Waldersee, the matinee is directed by Frank Fow- - dela. Marvin Rabin; First Officer, the Southeastern conference, that interest in the program.
Berry Clark, and Jane Day as
play
Brewer:
John Lewis. University
Mrs. Bosworth, who will sing 12
renditions leading up to the present German scientist; James Wine, cast the assisted by Elizabeth Brown.
Dameron Davis; Second Officer, the two leading teams play an an- numbers, has a voice of lyric qualassistant society editors.
band director; Laurence Shropshire,
nual series for the mythical crown.
status of Austria and analyze the as Mr. Cherry, a newlywed; and ler.
Albert Moffett: Third Officer, Jesse
sports editor of the Lexington Lead
The cast in the order of its
ity,
has been widely acclaimed
vital position held by the country in
Mountjoy; Quillery. Clarence Gei Mundorff also expressed belief that for and unusual range and reperGeiger, playing Quillery, pearance on the stage follow:
er: and a Judge yet to be named.
her
the yearly tournament should be
relation to other European nations, the outsooken Daciflst.
- ger; Signor Rossi, John Lynn; Sig
i
Elimination will take place at
Dumnsv. Ross Chepeleff: Orchesparticularly Germany. He will show The play, a Theater Guild pro- - tra leader. C. R. Lisanby: Donaia nora kossi, Laeuua uaraner; Anna. abolished but added that nothing toire. With William Merton. flut- Vocational
2:30 p. m. today In Patterson hall.
ist and a University student, she
could be done about it this year.
how Germany has been a constant duction. was first produced at the Navadel. Gayle Fields: Pittaluga, Hazel Perkins; Achille Weber,
In order to avoid favoritism. th
will sing "At Eve I Heard a Flute"
To Address Co-e- ds
Both plans came following
threat to Austria in the past.
candidates will be numbered from
theater in Washington, D. Don Irvine; Auguste. Ben Buffett; Iter Kirkpatrick; and Irene, Kathryn recent conference tournament the in conjunction with the Glee club.
held
In this country as a visiting pro C. with Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fon- - Captain Locicero, Louis Berman; Conley Wheeler.
one to 33, with no names used.
Other offerings by Mrs. Bosworth,
for the first time in the vast Louisfessor from the Carnegie Endow
University Women Will Hear Final election will be held on
iana State coliseum in Baton selected from the works of a wide
ment for International Peace. Dr.
Thursday.
March 17. when the
Noted Personnel
Rouge. The affair, expected to fill range cf masters, will include such
Morgenstern is at the University to Four Are Chosen
Chemical Society
queen and her two attendants ar
selections as "Nevicata" by
capacDirector
ART
the auditorium to Its 8.000
deliver a series of lectures on Auschosen by popular vote of men of
ciseaux"
"A
Doctor King ity nightly, proved to be the con- "Carnaval" des Fourdrain. by Hue.
tria. In conjunction with
Law
the junior class.
by
"Japan
ference's worst financial flop in
program for the study of
Miss Florence Jackson, formerly
names will be placed
years. Unless something is done ese Regenlied" by Joseph Marx, and connected with the Personnel bu- in The nine
country. Lectures are held in
that
alphabetical order on the ballots,
Present Status Of Vitamin to revive the game, the consensus "Fairy Tales" by Erich Wolff.
Court Of Appeals Will Hear DE HAJEK
Room 303. White hall, on WednesField Is Subject Of
Adelle Gensemer will accompany reau of Wellesley College and for and men must vote for three nomRosenbaum. Elliott,
of opinion is that basketball .( j
day and Friday afternoons.
Mrs. Bosworth and the ensemble. fourteen years Director of the Ap- inees in order of their preference.
Discussion
doomed in the South.
Milner, Bladek
In addition to his professorship
balloting, final selection
The program follows:
pointment bureau of the Women's Frombethis
Importance Of Folk Plays Is
at the University of Vienna. Dr.
will
made by the point system.
Alleluia (in unison
Educational and Industrial union of
Morgenstern is the director cf the
Bv Theater ManFour University law students have
Dr. C. G. King, authority on vitStressed
First choice will count three
XVII Century German Boston, will speak to all freshman
Austrian institute fcf business been selected to engage in the anpoints: second choice, two points:
ager At Convocation For amins and their relation To public FORTUNE
(Text frcm the Hymn of St.
p. m.
and sophomore women at 3
cycle, managing editor of an Aushealth, addressed the Lexington secchoice, one point. The
competitive arguments before
Women
Tuesday In Memorial hall on "Vo- and third
Francis of Assisi)
trian economic review, and a mem- nual Kentucky Court of Appeals
tion of the American Chemical Soperson receiving the highest numthe
My Love Dwelt in a Northern
cational Opportunities for Women." ber of points will become queen,
ber of fcur financial, economic, and
ciety on the present status of the
Edgar
Land
Personal conferences of twenty while
statistical committees of the League which will be held next month at Stressing the new importance of vitamin field last night in Kastle ON
two highest will beFrankfort.
A Violin Is Singing in the Street
minutes each will be granted to come the next second attendants
ol Katicns.
...-.- '
first
were selected folk plays in the theater. Miss hall.
women Tuesday morn- respectively. and
Ukrainian Folk Song upper-clas- s
He is the author of two books on in The students, who
Best known for his work on VitaCharlotte de Hajek, manager of
an elimination round of
a.
Glee Club
A luncheon meeting
economic theory, and numcrus ar
W.,-- !
Present U.S. Government Will Two Bergerettes in ancient and ing at 9 heldm. in the Commons at The election will be conducted
t rAftttf the Royal Hungarian national thea- min C. which he and his collaborawill be
tides cn the theory of value, costs. .
tors Isolated early in 1932, the speakV
from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.. Thursday.
Fa.,. ter of Budapest, spoke on "Hun- er
Last As Long As People
12:30 p. m. and at 4:30 p. m. there
modern style:
production, methodology, and busi- play: Sam Milner.
his researches
March 17 in the basement of the
Paris; Nathan garian Peasant Arts" as the second on is also famous forrespiration, and
will be a tea in the Boyd hall readPreserve The Principles Of
a Se Tu M'ami 11732)
enzymes, cellular
ness cycles. f,--i economic history of Elliott.
building
by the
Administration
Jr.. Lexington; and Steven
Pergolesi ing room, given by the Vocational Men's Student Council in a manner
Austria. 19U-3is to be published
Freedom, Pastor Says
dicussion in a series of vocational synthetic glycerides.
Bladek. Clifton. N. J.
b Bergerette
Giulia Recli Guidance committee.
next year by him.
similar to that of previous campus
Doctor King, professor of chemJudges for the preliminary argu- lectures Wednesday afternoon in
From 9 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. Wed contests.
Respighi
Dr. Morgenstern came to the Uni- ments were attorneys Paul Mans- Memorial hall.
Despite undemocratic condition.0 Nevicata
istry in the University of Pittsnesday, Miss Jackson will hold more
(Russian)
versity from Nashville, where he deMiss de Hajek, who is the first burg, received his M. S. and Ph. D. prevailing in Russia, Italy, and Ger- Mother Dearest
In addition to the queen and her
field. Anthony Thompson and Joarr. K. Schindler twenty minute conferences after attendants, a court of honor conlivered a scries of lectures at
seph Webb, all of Lexington. The woman in Europe to hold the posi- at the university where he now many, the United States can feel A des ciseaux
which the Vocational
Guidance sisting of one girl from each sororHue
university. After this month, same question discussed March 4 tion of stage manager, was brought teaches. He served as graduate as- assured that democracy will continFourdrain committee will entertain with
lie plans to visit other leading uni- will be used for the arguments to the University in connection with sistant with Doctor Sherman at ue to flourish here, as long as peo- Le Pappllon
ity and four independents, will be
Carnaval
Fourdrain luncheon at Boyd hall.
versities, including the University of which will be held next month.
chosen. The queen will be crowned
Pan Politikon's study of Central Columbia and Profesor Hopkins In ple keep faith in themselves and
Genevieve Bosworth
Wisconsin. University of Chicago,
with appropriate ceremonies at the
which
the biochemical laboratory of Cam- preserve those principles
The question deals with the va- Europe.
Schubert
and Harvard and Vale universities! lidity of a divorce secured by a Dressed in a brilliant Hungarian bridge University.
Junior Prom, to bev given Monday.
make for freedom. Dr. A. W. For- Whither
I Wonder as I Wander
de Hajek told of her
March 21.
husband in the state of Minnesota, costume. Miss
The lecture followed a dinner of tune, pastor of the Central ChristAppalachian Mt. Folk Song
Will Sponsor Show
ian church, assertd last night at the
the parties having been married in struggle in theater work and her the society in the University ComExhibit
(Harmonized in Aeolian mode t
education at Vassar and the Uni- mons. More than thirty members third
sponsored forum,
California and having resided there
arranged
Patterson hall.
Chi
abandoned his
Miss
Placed On Display until the husband Minnesota and versity of Budapest .of the defeated and guests attended.economicsRuth in Speaking on "Has Democracy andJohn Jacob for the glee club' literaryDelta Phi. national honorary Women's Rffle Team
by
Niles)
Hungary was one
defraternity, will sponsor two Takes
rife, traveled to
Boyden of the home
Matches
Betty Phelps. Elizabeth Tompcountries during the World War partment acted as hostess.
Failed?", Dr. Fortune claimed that
In
motion pictures. "Penrod and His
Lobby there remarried.
kins. Wanda Lynch
and she still feels the effects of it."
we must appreciate the advantages
Open
Twin Brother." and "Wide
Continuing its record of wins, the
is an
the speaker said.
given us by our constitution. Seven- - One Morning in May
Faces." to be 5hown at the Ben All
In connection with Pan Politi-kon'- s Phi Upsilon Omicron lasting depression "There cannot ever- Plans
comKentucky Folk Song theatre for three days, beginning University women's rifle team this
that
i teen
constitutional governments
study of Austria, an exhibit
week won three out of four matches
pare with the recent one in the
(Arranged by John Lewis)
abandoned, he said,
have
Tuesday. March 15.
relating to that country has been
To Honor
played with leading American colUnion Constitution cause beenmasses were indifferentbe-to
United States."
Glee Club
the
Tickets may be secured from Eil leges.
placed in the lobby of the UniverAlthough the Hungarians are a
Am Bache
Dvorak
of politics in their
sity library. It wiB be on displav unCompletion the course failed to protect coun- Japaneshes Regenlied. .Joseph Marx een Baker. Wilma Bush. Emily With a score of 497. the local team
Miss Iris Davenport, Athens. Ga happy people and they love the
try, and
human
til about April 1. library officials
Clark. 'Kadell Horn. Harriet Estes, defeated the University of Witchita.
will be guest speaker at a banquet i theater, actresses are not considered
The Little Shepherd's Song (XIII
rights.
Leslie Lee Jones. Vtfra GiUespie.
said yesterday.
State and PennsylA complete constitution for the
to be given by Iota chapter of Phi in a respectful light." she remarked.
century)
w. Watts Jane Lewis. Barbara Smith, Grace Connecticut
Dr. Fortune explained that eduConsisting mainly of posters devania State, who turned in totals of
Upsilon Omicron. national honor- - ."That is why I decided to be a stage new Student Union building Is ex- cation was an essential factor for Fairy Tales
Erich Wolff Silverman. Lulie Ruth Vivion. and 490. 484
picting vacation in Austria, the disand 480 respectively .
pected to be in the hands of Pres.
play includes scenes of architecture, ary home economics fraternity, at manager Instead of an actress.
the preservation of the
Mary Grinter White.
of Across the Blue Aegean Sea
The University of Mississipl bareAsserting that peasant drama Frank L. McVey by Tuesday, Leon- - liberty. He emphasized doctrinesonly
the Lafayette hotel following initi- s . Branscombe
aquatic sports, winter sports, and
that
ly overcame Kentucky with a score
ation services for three girls at 5 'would become as important in the ard Carr. chairman of the constitu- - with education can a person fully Midsummer
Worth
rural life.
the
United States as on the continent, tional committee announced yester
Y. W. C. A. Activities of 499. In the opening week of comGenevieve Bosworth
types of pottery and art p. m. today.
realize the importance of, and his
Various
petition,
University team won
Those who will be initiated are: Miss de Hajek explained her view .day.
responsibility for government. The At Eve I Heard a Flute
works, as well as tapestries, cloths
three out of seven matches, defeatThe committee will meet at 3 p.
Versailles; on he situation of drama in Europe.
McGolderick.
Monday
Lily Strickland
usual result of indifference, he said,
and leather work are included in Louise
ing the University of Kansas, UniShe also spoke Wednesday even- - m. today in the office of Dean T. T. was militarism, antagonism,
Virginia Pettus. Stanford and Doro
p. m. World Fellowship group
Flute Obligate William Merton
exhibit.
breech
versity of Ohio and the University
correc- ling on "Hungarian Contributions to Jones to maxe
Follow Me Down to Carlow
will meet in the Woman's build- of Michigan.
Travel folders and other pictorial thy Gentry. Henderson.
r of freedom, and finally, fascism.
tions, and to approve tne constitu-honoJessie Whitfield
the wel
ing. The discussion on the subHe expresed the belief that the
Irish Folk Song
materials pertaining to Austria may come address And will giveSilverman National Culture" when sheby was , tion before sending it to Dr. McVey
guest at a dinner given
the
Grace
ject. "Christianity and Race Rebe read in the browsing room of
Harriet Ware
States
and the Board of Trustees for final United direction," is "Heading in the Stars
will introduce the guest speaker. A class in international relations.
lations," will be led by Elizabeth
Glee Club
right
the library, where they are on
and that there is
ratification.
vocal solo will be given by Frances
Cowan.
According to present plans, the little fear for the overthrow of freeENGINEERS TO HEAR TRIMBLE
Young.
p. m. Music group will meet at
document will embody a system for dom here.
I
Members of Omicron Nu and
Kentuckian Needs
Woman's building,
AUUKtMt!) (ptia Nu will be guests at the
Dr. E. G. Trimble, professor of po- the election of student members
p. m. Senior Cabinet will meet
CLUB.quet.
litical science, will speak on "Edu- to the Board of Governors for the Bloxton To Address
Knox Photos at Woman's building. Mr. Merton
cation for Engineers in Tau B?ta building, similar to that used in
of
of AgriculConvo Saturday, March 12. is the last Oyler will the Collegediscussion on
Pi. honorary engineering fraternity Cincinnati for the appointing of
MRS. HOWARD SPEAKS
Prcf. L. E. Nollau. instructor in
ture
lead the
Friday, March 18, in Memorial hall city commissioners.
College of Engineering, spoke
day that pictures for the snapshot
the
"The Sharecropper."
No open house will be held to
The board, which have complete Steel Representative's Topic section of the 1938 yearbook can
Mrs. A. S. Howard, graduate asbefore the University photography
control of all activities in the build
be submitted. Editor Roger Brown KIWANIANS HEAR PATTERSON I day at the Woman's building. Mrs.
club in the YMCA reading room sistant in the mathematics departMRS. SMITH SPEAKS
Will Be 'City Of
fl- ing other than those involving
L. M. Lebus. hostess, said yester
Thursday night, on "Obtaining ment, spoke at a meeting of Pi
said yesterday.
Future'
Mr rcenro. v smith i.,ct,,.t, nancial affairs. Is to be composed
Mu Epsilon. honorary mathematics
Depth of Focus."
Camp Knox pictures are est)ec- Oscar Patterson, freshman in the day.
,of nine students, three girl and six
fraternity, held yesterday in McVey in the department of English.
ially wanted, although anv sub tec t College of Arts and Sciences gave
'
boys. Election to the board will be
o
.1
C. R. Bloxton. representative
of of campus life is suitable.
ALTRLSANS HEAR B LAN DING Koll Un Unnrrf ennba nn Sum- - 'cnnl,. .
a demonstration and description of The Catholic club will hold its
made on a point system, credit be- the American institute of steel conmation of Divergent Series."
.club, Tuesday.
Prints should be at least 2 bv 2 the art of puppetry before the week- regular monthly breakfast meeting
ing gained by working on sub commit struction, New York City, will speak inches in size and should have
Miss Sarah G. Blanding. dean of
the ly luncheon meeting of the Kiwanis at 10:30 a. m. Sunday, in the Lateets.
to students in the College of Engi- photographer's name and the sub club at the Lafayette hotel. Wed- fayette hotel. Aubrey Morse, secrewomen, addressed the Lexington
If the present plans are approved, neering at 10 a. m. today in Memori- ject on the back.
tary of the local YMCA. will speak.
Altrusa club at noon Wednesday
nesday.
a general manager will have control al hall.
at the Lafayette hotel on "Can We
e
of and be responsible for the
Alpha Phi Omega. University boy
"The City of the Future' will be
Win Peace Through Legislation."
of the structure. The man- the subject of Mr. Bloxton's adscout fraternity, will meet at 7:15
Miss Margaret King. University
ager will work under the guidance dress. He will illustrate his talk
o'clock tonight In the YMCA rooms.
librarian, acted as program chairof the Board of Governors and th with numerous models and drawings
T. W. Lacy, national field secretary,
man and introduced Miss Blanding.
Board of Trustees.
will speak.
relating to the subject.
By JOE CREASON
All students in the College of Enscrimmage. Thus far. blocking, a
gineering are required to attend
The Dutch Lunch club will meet
After more than two weeks of comparative stranger to Kentucky Eleven Women Get
at noon today at the Maxwell
I Editorial
the convocation which is one in a
spring conditioning behind them, teams for the past few seasons, has
Street Presbyterian church. Dr. van
Kernel College Nighters will view
two picked teams will square off been stressed in particular.
Bids To Phi Beta series of meetings scheduled by the another comedy one-tw"
college.
Saturday afternoon on the Stoll
punch to- about the isSouth Sea. The enter de Wall will lead a "Sing-SinThe most notable change seen up
brightened by Smith
night when the Strand theater jtainment
field practice lot in the initial
Kappa chapter of Phi Beta, wompresent time is the improved
Today
The University Catholic club
screens "You're Only Young Once." Ballew whose crooning has tost
scrimmage game of the new year to the
spirit being put into the practice en's honorary nrofessionol music Faculty Club Eyes
with Mickey Rooney and "Hawai- (none of Its appeal despite the fact will meet Sunday. March 13. at
drills.
gatheiings. Each of the candidates and dramatic fraternity issued elevjthat he directed one of Broadway's 12:30 p. m.. in the Lafayette hotel.
"Is Friendship Apple PolStudents are welcomed to attend moves through his paces with a new en bids to rushees at a tea in the
Old
popular orchestras nearly ten years
Home ian Buccaneer." starring the
.
pilot. Smith Ballew.
ishing?" states in short orthe daily practice meetings, but are attitude denoting that purge which Red Room of the Lafayette hotel.
ago. Before Joining the Klieg league,
der a glaring mistake made
Block and Bridle Club will meet
Provided the lay-ogents in the
l
asked by Coach Kirwan to confine
cleaned the football set-uThe Faculty club will take over composing room remember to insert Ballew master - of - ceremonied a at 7:30 o clock Monday night in
has also Monday afternoon.
by most students.
their wanderings to the bleachers extended onto the field.
Recipients were Ruth Lewis. Lon- the old Patterson home for new
the College Night visa, you will find prominent Saturday night radio ten Agriculture building. All mem-- I
"The Journalist Ghost" is
on the north side of the field, which
don, speech; Mary Duncan.
quarters as soon as it is vacated by It elsewhere in today's Kernel. Its extravaganza.
rea real and Important probbers are urged to be present.
The first of Coach Kirwan's
have been constructed especially for
vocal; Cordelia Forrest the women students, it was decided recent absences were
Other film chaff Includes Lennie
lem to both the professional
caused by negconstruction problems will be the Kchomo. Indiana, speech; Jean
student spectators.
iHayton and his band, who assisted
development of a back-fieland the amateur Journalist.
man Marie McConnell, Danville, piano; at a meeting held Tuesday in Room ligence.
There will be a meeting of Kappa
Faced with the necessity of dis111 of McVey hall.
Tonight's celluloid menu contains Bing Crosby "way back when Bing ' Delta Pi. honorary education fra- For your interest in camcovering replacements for the six with the game climaxing traits of Marian Valleau. Lexington, vocal;
was a
The executive committee has
pus personalities we have our
regulars lost from last year's team Bob Davis. Davis" flying cleats Louise Nisbet. Lexington, speech; veyed the building and proposedsur strictly comedy. Mickey Rooney, of ;pecial. radio rookie; the collegians' ternity at 3 p. m. Tuesday. March
a cartoon branded "Stream- 15, In Room 131 Frazee halL Electo the uncontrollable blond pilose, is
own "Penscoop." For a wee
by graduation. Coach Ab Kirwan were the difference between gloomy Nancy Duncan. Lexington, vocal;
lined Greta Green"; and thriller No. tion of officers will be held.
make alterations which
a seen in
bit of discourse we have "Sideand his confederates. Bernie Shive-Ic- and cheerful Saturdays in two of Barbara MacVey. Canton, N. Y., large dance floor, billiard includeand committinga sociological experiment 3 of "The Mask" heroing Jack Holt.
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Joe Rupert, Frank Moseley and Kentucky's four wins during the speech: Grace Oliver. Lexington, a library-readinroom on the first caping punishment to the tune of
By eradicating the College nighl
and out humor we present
There will be a meeting of the
Gene Myers, have been sending the hectic season Just passed.
flute; Jean Megerle, Fort Thomas, floor; a card room, ladies lounge. "Blame It On My Youth."
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you with "On the Lam."
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Against South Carolina Bob made classical dance, and Alice RoUTtson, game room, and committee room
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with professors out- silc- i he classroom. Nothing is more absurd, for
Midi Mixlrnts. vhile professing 10 want a college
ethic ation. are throwing away a main part of
h:n it lias to offer them.
"I he term "apple polishing,"
in its original
oiinoi.li ion. was applied to the practices of
those students who believed' that a failing grade
could lie c hanged for the better by currying favor
wiih the professor. Unfortunately, the plan often
woiked and those students lccame known as
"apple polishers." It is regret table,, however, that
this has ghen rise 10 the popular belief that professors should lie shunned conscientiously outride routine classes.
Although educators disagree upon the relative merits of one form of learning as opposed
to another, they are of one mind on one thing
that vicial and mental contacts made during the
four years in college, form perhaps the most influential single factor in student life.
While students should not monopolize professors' time when they have nothing of import
to discuss with their instructors, students should
tealie that theie are professors that it is a privilege to know, who are inspired themselves and
have the faculty of inspiring others. These are
the ones who have started many a bewildered
college student toward broader fields of interest and successful endeavor.
If cultivating the friendship and interest of
these men is "apple jiolishing." let us have more
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