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New York Soprano Presents
Varied Program In
Memorial Hall

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'ECONOMIC MEASURE'
IS GIVEN AS REASON
Junior Tours Will J'e Taken
April 25 lo May 2, and
April 26 to May 1
The annual excursion of renlor
engineers will be discontinued thr
year, according to an announcement
Issued yesterday by F full And"--so- n.
d an of the College of Engineering
The trip was
an an economic measure, It was said
Th Junior students wll' cmtlnue to
rrrke th"ir tour of Inspection.
The trips have been annual Matures of th"! College of ET'lie-'-ln- ''
programs for the past wral yea
and It was only with the Rreatest
reluctance that the postponement
wa decided upon.
Th mcchanlcil and e1"cMral en- I
gineer must take the northern
wh,' th mining and metalurelcal
Civil
engineers will tour the
engineers may take either trip It
was announced.1
Pof. C S. Crouse Is In charge
"rv'"
of the .lunlnrv south'"-- "
engineers "ill leave Lexington April
25 and will return Mv
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TURKEY RAISERS

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nitrate surrounding Mil-"'and Wilson Dam, steel nlaits, near
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Bucktown. Tennessee,
plants In that vicinity. Tn
places of interest surrounding the
cities win b visited. Tentative pln
alfo Include Stone Mountain, near
Atlanta.

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Sneak Defore Ky. Farmers
In Field Meeting At

SEVEN TALKS PLANNED
Prof F. E Musehl, head of the
noultrv department at the Nebraska
Evpr!mnt Ftition, will! b? the
speaker at the turkey field
meeting which will be held tomor- at the Judeing pavilion on the
university Experiment Station farm,
The purni'e of the meeting Is to
promote Interest in turkey raising
as an Important source of farm in- The mild Kentucky climate
and the closeness to good markets
give the farmers In the slat
a decided advantage over those of
some states that have alrpadv made
turkeys one of the important crons.

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TUESDAY. MARCH 8.

Eliss Wrrren Will He in
Charge of Costumes for
"Good News"

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costuming
The most elaborate
ever attempted by a university dramatic organization will be unrter-tiko- n
by the Strollers
In their
forthcoming production, the musical comedy, "Oood News".
Bliss
Warren will have charge of the
department, Hugh
director,
Stroller
has announced.
Final appointments to the staffs
Friday.
will be announced
The
entire cast as well as the back
stage and business organlzatlom
by that
will have been selected
time.
(ienrglana Weedon, director of
the rhnmsrs has isused a final call
for tryouts for the male chnru.
All men are to report at 7 o'clock
tonight at the women's gym for
the final selection. This will be
the Iat oportunity for students to
be Included In the men's ensemble.
In the meantime chorus rehearsals every day for some portion of
the show. Script for the play is
evpected to arrive within the next
few days, and active rehearsal of
at that time.
the show will
Phil Ardery, has been selectd to
interpret the role of the freshman
In "Oood News." He and Louise
Johnson, who was appointed several weeks ago, will work as a dance
team in several parts of the show.
Oene Royse will arrange the music for the affair, and he has announced that the Blue and White
orchestra will add several more Instruments. Thfis will enable the
band to provide the best In musical
comedy style.
Final additions to the publicity,
and the stage staffs will be releasnd
Thursday.
These selections will be
the last to be made.

Presenting a program of wide
variety, Lucia Chagnon, New York
pi ano, g ive the 16th In the series
rf 18 muslcalcs at 4 o'clock Sunday
afternoon in Mrmorlal hall. She
was accompanied at the piano by
Helen Collcy Krake, wife of Foster
Krake, Lexington baritone.
PrM-e- s
of Miss Chagnon were divided between her charming personality and her pure, lovely voice.
Graceful, poised, smiling and gracious on the platform, she sang
easily, exhibiting excellent diction
In Italian, French,
German and
English selections. Possessing a full
soprano with range and color
rich
which she had under full and intelligent control. Miss Chagnon
proved herself to be an exceptionally
gifted singer.
Miss Chagnon's program consisted
of four groups. The first, the aria
"Deh Vleni Non Tardar" from Nozzi
dl Figaro Mozart, was followed by
five French songs, four In the German lleder, and five English selecMastery of the style and
tions.
diction of the four languages as
well as ability to interpret moods
of the different countries was shown
by Miss Chagnon.
The singer was born In Rhode Isl
and of French Canadian parentage.
It Is said that when It was discovered that she possessed a voice of
unusual nunlltv Rhp wt. the trnn
from the path to which she has
not since deviated. She wanted to
be a great singer. For several years
she studied with Dr. Jules Jordan,
Providence, and later with the
brated soprano Frau Lilll Lehmann.
ghe has made two extensive con-"cert tours in Europe, where she was
received with extraordinary acclaim
by critics in such musical centers
as London, Paris, IJcrlln, Milan,
e
Munich. Budapest, Cologne,
burg. Frankfort. Vienna. Prague,
Rotterdam and Rome. She has ll
peared more recently in New York,
Boston, Chicago, and with the
Philadelphia Opera company.

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BE AWARDED

ALUMNI BANQUET
Kittens Will Rereive Num-

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Dinner

who registered
far the first time tills semester
must report to the office of Dean
Mclchcr and fill out personnel
earth. It is also suggested that
all freshmen inspect their post
oince boxes once a day for Important notices emanating from
tne Dean of Men's offlce.
(Signed) DEAN C. R. MELCHER
Dean of Men
All freshmen

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Basketballs

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SPEAKER WILL

VISIT UNIVERSITY

The annual basketball banquet
ponsored by the Lexington Alumni
elub of the university will be held
at 6:30 o'clock tonight In the Palm
room of the Phoenix hotel, with
Kentucky's
Wildcats and
Kittens as honored guests.
Miss Margie McLaughlin, presl-ieof ths club, will preside, and
talks will be made by Pres. F. L.
VeVey. Coaches Adolph Rupp and
Elmer Glib, and Oeorge Yates. Letters and numerals will be presented
by S. A. "Daddy" Boles. Oold basketballs will b presented to th
three seniors: William Kleis.T. Ercel
r.
Little, and Cecil Bell, by Dr.
The letter men will elect a
captain, and Captain Ellis Johnson
will announce the newly elects
captain. Johnson will also present
all the members of the squad.
Last year at the basketball banquet, Oeorge Yates was elected captain, but sickness prevented his
playing, and Ellis Johnson was chosen to fill his place. "Big George"
hopes to return to his old center position next season. Tho captain
probably will be selected from one
of the five next year's seniors;
Oeorge Yates, Ellis Johnson, Darrel
Darby, Forest Sale, and Charlie'
Worthlngton.
The following will be the honored
guests at the banquet: varsity squid
Ellis Johnson. Charlie Worthlngton, John DeMoisey, Forest Sale,
Darby. Howard
Kreuter.
Darrel
Ercel Little. C. D. Blair, William
Klelser, Cecil Bell, James Hushes.
George Skinner, Oeorge Gordon.
Mickey McGuire, L. B. Davis, Harvey Mattingly, and E. E. Settle;
members who were out for a short
time Nelson. F. Smoot, John ColMosely.
Crump,
lins, Lawrence
Thornton. Helm, Duane, Wall, and
Malcolm Foster: Freshman squad
Tack Tucker. Bill Davis, Amos Taylor, Dave Lawrence, Wilbur Odor.
Joe Rupert. Charles Gates, George
Alexander, WillHm L. 8ingleton, J
W. Biggerstaff. Fritz Kreuter. Vernon Nugent. John Morris, Alfred
Rose, Harry Walker, James MillT.
managers Robert Rey-- I
and Las-!-nolds, Charles Maxon, and Carey
Burchett.
Coaches at the university and a
number of faculty members "ii)
also be among the guests. Any student who wishes to obtain reservations at the banquet mav do so by
getting In touch with Miss Marne
McLaugh'In. J. E. Parker, or Virginia Boyd.
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Charles II. Corbett, of Y. M.
C. A. and Y. W. C. A. National Council, Will Address Organizations

DOCTOR WICK END EN
Doctor Wickenden. president of
the Case School of Applied Science,
Is scheduled to address an assembly of the Engineering college, at
10 o'clock Wednesday
morning In
Memorial hall. His subject will be
"The Profession of Engineering."
Doctor Wickenden graduated with
honors and received his degree of
Bachelor of Science from Denlson
College In 1904. He was a member
of the faculty of the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology,
first serving as assistant professor
and later as associate professor of
electrical engineering. As present he
Is a director of Investigation
for
the Society for the Promotion of
Engineering Education.
Besides being a member of the
A. I. E. E. society for the promotion of engineering edcation, he
holds a nmber of honorary degrees,
the most prominent of which Is his
membership in Phi Beta Kappa.

"Salvation Today In the Par East
and Its Implications for America."
is the subject of the address which
will be given by Charles H. Corbett.
of the national council of Student
Y. "W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. organizations of America, at 7:30 o'clock tonieht in the recreeation
room of Patterson hall. All students of the university, Transyl-ani- a
College, and Hamilton College,
as well as the staff and faculty
members are cordially invited to

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attend.
Mr. Corbett is employed for the
purpose of studying International affairs, and for speaking to college
groups throughout America. His
visit to Kentucky for the first two
weeks of March is sponsored bv
Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. groups
of the state. However, only a three-da- y
schedule has been arranged for
the university.
Mr. Corbett Is well fitted for his
subject. He was born in the Far
East, of American parents, and witnessed in his boyhood the absorbing dm ma of world politics as it
unfolded Itself in that part of the
world. He studied in America but
returned to the Far Eact where he
at
became Professor of Physics

Funk-house-

the n"rthe-- n trip. Machine shon
as well
In Cincinnati will be vHe-ias manufacturing coi'iiy",,'"! 1n and
ncr Dayton. Ohio. Tentative plans
GRADUATES' CLUB
fo- - t
northern trip Include the
following
Cincinnati companies:
ELECTS
Cincinnati Milling Machine comEDITOR EXTENDS
pany, Crolev Radio comoration.
comnanv
and the
The Davton concerns to be visited
ANNUAL CONTEST
Wflkir is Pr"'dpnt of Group;
are the National Cash Rerister com
Toth and Mafhis Elected
comnanv, wrumi
nanv.
and
Air Field and the Dayton Rubber ;
ra m
Rolling mil's arouna ' rroiessor muwrn r
comnanv.
Treasurer
for Met. Popular S- foundation for scientific study inj
Hamilton and Middletown will be ned to speak on the subject of tur- CLYDE REEVES THESIS DATES GIVEN Chlna. He saw at close range the deP': M'l'ie Nelson. II.
keys. He has done much work with
insnprtd also.
Chinese revolution, and was clled i
visit turkeys, especially along the line
A feature of the north-Adcock are Ahead
mov-- 1
wUl inc'ude a reception and dance of feeding poults and in the control WINS IN CONTEST
Walker, assistant in the on to participate in relief
d
one
ments in the famine of 190 and rDrnptre
to be gi"en by the Northern Ken-tuc- of b'ackhead. He is conidr-LEAD SALES
'""h dnartment, was
-A'i'mni club at on" of the Ul
llllrui tail iavwwi in ituniii
j
f the eraduate c'ub of 1921. This was the besinnln? of his
,
country clubs near Covington.. This turkey raising a profitable source Winner
,ne University at its annual election study of China's economic life and
th 370 votes, and
of Kentucky Infer - hpM
- Mlllle Ne son'
Is an annuM feature of the northern of Income on many Nebraska farms.
Saturday. March 5. room 111 causes of her poverty. DuInT thco'lpo-iafOratorical ;;om, :McVry hall. Louis Toth Inwas elect- - past months, he has been interested H"n Adcock. with 595 votes, lead
The program .which has
tour and
wll attended hv alumni
V.
a
Jaoanece-ChlnsAt.'
e
situation in the Kentuckian contest to select
built on a practical basis so that
from preater Cincinnati. The northu. ft.. d
neiiMon io
of the class, and in the
nd
ern tour will begin April 26 and Immediate use can be made of the
to,th mo,t Drj'i'ar
d
and most
In National Meet
Buena Mathis was elected as secre study has had the opoortnnltv Z
this situation under Dr. T.
return on May 1. points learned: 10:30 a. m. "Tie
the engineers will
popuIar man stUdent on the camnus
tary.
Turkey Outlook for 1932." D O.
Koo.
outstanding leader among According to an announcmnt
'i"
Walker is a major In the English
Card, Kentucky College of Agricuat a meeting of sales
department, and is a member of Chinese students.
j,
Teams Win
lture; 11:15 a. m.. "How to raie 81
Previous to Mr. Corbett's 7:30 representatives, the time of the
Omicron Delta Kappa, honorary
per cent of Your Poults," Prof F.
he will be entertained at ten Ins been extndd and if pr-- a
Meet E. Mussehl: 12:00, luncheon at the
camDus leaders fratornitv: Sigma
a"-r- dd
banouet. given by the Y. W. C. A. mission Is secured from university
fl'st place in Delta Chi, journalistic fraternity;
1:15 p. m.,
university commons:
- and Y. W C. A. cabinets of Lexauthorities, a second date for the
the annual Kentucky
Phi Beta Kappa, scholarship fraBerea and Centre Debaters
ington
1
T?"' soc'al be held colleges. This banquet will casting of senior votes will be ar5 oratorical contest held at Oeorce- - Uermtv: and p.n' KfPP
W
in the
hall nrivat ranged.
Los? Other Berea Team p. mWhite Bourbon It- - Control." town College Saturday night. His fraternity. Toth is taking his grad
and
Wins From Centre
uate work In the physiology de- dlnins room at 6:15 o'clock. Mr.
ponularifv
In connection
P. E. Mussehl:
Z:sn n m . subiect was "A Redeclaration
Prof.
of partment. He is a letter man In Corbett will speik to this group on contest, a sales with the is
hM"?
camnnien
Service
turkey
'Roundtable
pv virtue of their winning both Problems, a Discussion to of led bv Independence.'
football and baseball, and is also a "The Place of Studnnt Leader conducted by the circulation denart-mebe
discission
Bv virtue of his vlcto-v- , Reevs member of Phi Kappa Tau social ship in the World Crisis.
To U. K.
Cups are
of the Kentuckian.
and Berea college de- Profeor Mus-eh- lthe Centre
2:4S n m . "Pn. will represent
the university in the fraternity. Miss Mathis is a member
O'her engagements of Mr. Cor-- 1 offered to the orgmizntlons whtch
bates, the two university debating
Turkey Certification."
aivsnon ot tne interstate 0f pni Beta Kappa and Kappa Del- - belt's three-da- y
teprns vere declared winners of the ,T.1bli1tis of Martin. Doctor Ho'rnes
schedule will in have the lareest number of sales
The Placement bureau of the
Holmes
r
Oratorlcil ftsoclnt'on. wh("h will ta social sorority,
meet In
stpto Minp-niais doing her clude:
d"bat
and to the Individual who sells th" College of Education of the univer
head of the poultrv department of be held at the school in Indiana graduate work in and
greatest number of annuals.
mathematics.
wh'eh tii universitv. B"ra, and
sity Is offering free service to stuPitkin Club Wednesday
afterexperiment station, will pre- n duclng the champion for that
AH officers are assistants in the noon
Centre College partlcinalted. The the at the meetings.
According to reports submitted dents and graduates of th univerat Maxwell Presbvtemn
side
state.
department in which they are tak- church. At this meeting Mr. Cor- Mondav bv sales renresnfatives sity who are seeking positions as
suble" nnipr discussion 1n each of
i
Earl Manning .representing Cening graduate work. All are working bett will nak on "World Student the number of sales of Kentnckian
th" dtotei was, "Resolvd: n Thit
fachers and school administrators
- Phnld Enact
tre Colleee. was awarded sncond on their masters' degree.
nir,rto date Is well above to. tot-- l num- The bureau is now readv to regisCh'istian Federation."
Con-trtv- 150 graduate stu- nlace for his oration on "The Im- Anproximately
the Centra'led
to
French Club, at 3 o'clock at Pat- ber sold last year. Delta Delta Del- ter candidates for oositions fT the
To Be
of an Idal.
of Industry."
MaHTndents were present at the meeting,
Students and erad-uatta sororitv leads with the sale of year 192-3he will
Holcomb, Berea College. sneaking which was called by Dean W. D. terson hMl. to which League." speak 17 annuals.
jnio
torn, cnn'lstl"" of Clifwho intend to teach are reSecond place eoes to
ROO Cooies "n "The N"ero." was awarded first Punkhouser, head of the graduate on "France and the
ford A""" "d Sidnew T t'ch'l.
A'nha Sima Pht with 13 nls quested to call at the otflc" not
InternnMonnl Relations club and "
ploeo (n. the confe-- t for women
present"'' the
school.
jr., ciiree-sf"ll- v
hlle A'nha Gamma De'ta Is a clo-- e l"tr than March 21 and fill in apcose In their d"bate with
Other contestants were John
The following announcement was the Y W. C. A. World Fellowship third with 11. and Delta 7,ta
plication blanks.
Next Two Weeks
4 o'clock.
OUIesnie. Asburv College: Francis made following the meeting, in re- committee, at
rnt- - poll-fr- o at 7 30 " o'c'"ck . in
fourth place with c!"ht ml"
On or about April 1 a bulletin
"'-"Phou-e- .
Iji jTf.Tr-,ha'l Pr. A
Berea College, and W. C. gard to the graduate calendar:
race for the cun offered to containing the qualifications of all
In the
Annrnvlmnt,''' S00 con's of the Turner TTniver1v of Loulille
o
nrt-'as Judge In the contest.
"AH these must be turned in
the individual cuo. Anna Mvers Is candidates registered in the bureau
New Members
jkt 'Rnrea r 'econd un,",rHv tem. third lsue of the Personnel BulleV'CtOr Bradley. Oeowoton-OoUerro and officially accepted on or before
ahead with 17 sales, second n!acn will be sent out. to superintendents
personnel was unable to sneak because
f "1
nf A'bTt W T,i.i,tr,. tin nnhi'entton
cfr,n-- o
of ill- May 2. No one may take an oral
To He
eoes to John M. Kane with 12 sa'es and principals throughout th" state
D. Palmer' de- - bureau of the denirtmnt of
ness. Transv'vanla, the other mem- examination until three weeks afPb" Ar1rV. and J.
third
nccimled
certain
itl h re"dv for dictr1hu- - ber of the state association, did ter the acceptance of the theses
Sigma Delta Chi and Treabusnlac- is 10 sales. by Eve- If th? qualificationssuitof their needs.
fpp(4 a vte-- n team ren entmr
lyn
with
seem to
two weeks. not have an entry.
may be obeVenxs Thie tenm imhld the Hon w'thln the next
Forms for the theses
th'
The list of the total votes for can- Interviews mav be arran"ed with
comment, on the
Dr. Mrb fa"""h'e
nrnH,. id- - of the one-ti-Judges fT the content were Dr tained from the offlce of the gradFour new members will be taken didates after the report of the sales them either nt the university or in
Centre, Judged the con- - first two issues of the bulletin has Bovd A Wise, Centre College: Dr uate school."
B H W'Into the local chapter of Siirma representatives:
Louisville duriiiT the meeting of
within the
been rec1ved both from
tpt ot W(ri.
All graduate students are autoDelta Chi. International profesA. O. Weidler, Berea College: Miss
associaMillie Nelson. 370: Jane Dver. 360: the Kentucky Education
tHangular debate, which state and from out"td. Amnnt Marv Cnrov. Aburv College Mrs matically made members of the sional Journalistic fraternity at in7
tt'd
the favornhle comments received Pens, C'houn. Oeorgetomi C"!leee-Prof- . graduate club. There are approxi- itiation exercises which will be Sara Bethel. 225- EUribeth ,lw tion.
Wn- - b"M ot rionville h"""",
205:
The bureau desires to be of serand Centre CMlege, was Judged bv was a letter from Prei Wl'r mil
held at 3 o'clock this afternoon in l,r,0- Mina Pate. 120 and Muriel Wis
A'bert Avers, Universitv of mately 500 members of the organierad-uatand
of Rcott. Northwestern University, who T.onlsvtUe and Prof W R Suther- zation, which functions as do the the Journalism deDartment.
Prof w r Sutherlar" c-Those FTcheval, Hurth Adcock. 535: Ra'nh vice in placing students and
on
380; and Bennie Martin
of the university in suitable
undergraduate classes.
th untersitv team. The decision is n a"thorty Is nr.innl work..
who will be initiated are A. A. 320.
land, University of Kentucky.
distributed among
The h'ltin
positions, thus saving
th"tn the
was given to Berea.
Daughertv. Versailles:
Robert D
the roemhera of teaching faculty of The national contest in which the DEAN TAYLOR TO VISIT I'NION Baxter, Lawrenceburg.
A definite date for the closing of commission which they would be
Marvin C.
speak will be
the university and conies are mull- rertonal winners will
Wachs. Covlnnton: and Gilbert W the contest will be announced late"-an- required to pav to a commercial
University.
jonTimVv
ed to those in charee of personnel hld at Northwestern
a second date for senior votina agency, according to authorities In
will be Kingsbury. Covington.
"Whose Responsibility?"
- Fvnnston. PI. May 7 In the
work at other colleges and unlverthe Education college.
will
announced
Frlired by Dr.
contst in Indiana, which the 8.subject of an address by Dean A. A. Dauchertv Is a senior in sion be secured fromlater if permisslties.
is
university auW.
Taylor of the College of EduAccording to the announcement will be held Anril 21. Reevs yill cation to the students of Union the College of Arts and Sciences thorities.
Sections
The Kentueky Directory and Bin" of nurnoes In the t isue. the comne" with orao-- from Minne- College at Barlxnirville at 8 o'clock and a former member of The Kernel staff, having served as assistant
Bov for Wi. published by the bulletin nrnno'es to keep the facul- sota, Illinois, and Indiana.
Wednesday morning.
Sent to
editor and feature editor of the Incoming
KentneVv Municipal le"ie. was ty Informed as to new and effecDean Taylor will go to Barbour-vill- e publication.
.'ones, tive methods of dealinu with stucomnl'ed bv Dr. J. C"t-ntoday, anil address the School
Cn-be- ft
Cr.-r- i
To He Given Tests Eleven paires of the feature secbv other member of th dents. nd to n"bllsh each time a
Robert Baxter is a senior in th"
ass''
Master's club tonight. He will disThe naee of signed reviews of studies of
ponnpoi srlence denartm-n- t
To Spenk nt Meetinff cuss looses and R 'ins in educition College of Arts andof Sciences and Dr. J. B Miner and Prof E J tion of the i!32andKentuckianthehave
sent to
en
hoen commuted
of colpiihMrat'on Is a guide and index to the ahiimn pnd tralnln
The Kernel
in Kentucky In the last two years, an assistant editor
He has served as reporter, assist tut Asher of the psvcholT'V deiinrt-me- gravers. Jahn and Oilier. The C "m-- I
governmental administration In lege students elsewhere. Th main
The International Relations club and our goal in education for th news editor, and assistant edit r
of
work
have visited rerenMv Berea. pletion of this portion
body of material for the bulletin
Kenturkv.
in hold if r"nlnr bi monthly next two years. Dean Tavlor also since coming to the universitv from K stern S'ate Teachers' c il""e an
e
!lte-l'- il
leaves onlv
sections to be
from the 1930 WentucWv will be eomnosed of summaries of
will spenk Friday incht b"fore the
meetlnrr Wedoewdav Hftefnoon
university
college last year
college in prepared for the engravers acrord- Western State Teachers'
Ctv riffct"rv and th tfnteirv Studies made flt the
of Tr'nsvlvan'a
assuci ition
B
In ro"tn 203. Adminis'ra. Parent Teachers
Marvin Wachs is a V'nior In th" connection with tlv n'ans (or co-- j in" to an announcement bv Frank,
Blue B'k 'H ponsolldnted to form
The personnel bulletin Is one of March
h"1 Maxwell school.
Stone, editor
ne-th-pmted
nuh'lcMtlon. The h'olt conand tln huiM'nt? Th" meHnw
Cnlleee of Arts and Sciences, at
tcstiii" of nil
the few in the
Comnleted sections which have
tvescnt an
ed'toi- ot The enterlii'T Ken'uckv colleges and till
tains lists of the slate ntWrs and Is similar to a bulletin published at cul'ed nt 4 o'clTk. Instar' of 4:30
as it has been in the past.
been sent to the enirraver recently
Kernel, a member of the varsitv iverslties this fall.
th rtenartments. the counties, sta-- tl Stanford University.
POST OKHCK NOTICES
C'ooiH"-atlvVork
testing will include include a tvw ninrait of P"esl-deCIlTliw H Corb" t Ne"
tienl infortnation on resources,
rlfl" t"iuu n me"'b'r of Hv K'
McVev: pictures of the mtlt-t.-polltlciil pnrtlis, elections .liniiijres.
who is Ht)!ttarln? at th" nn1vrSitv
ENGLISH CI I B WILL MKKT
staff Wachs aN has 'the standarili 'atjon of tisvehol"ineai
Various iinn limit notices placd"ivirtment
and achievement tests f"r fresherved as ""vts rit"r and
under the glisnlees of the v M C
the reeimentitl
th Kentucky constitution, and the
ed in po't ollii",' boxes bv several
v
o itatf, the first battalion staff, the
A
men, and the subsequent
nrM the Y W C A wi" Knon Th" Kernel.
members of the legislature.
The Etvll'h c'ub will met Thu-s-dof the university dena'tments
- second hit'alion
Oen-vi- "
A feature of the nuhllentlon is the
Gilbert Ki'i"sburv.
staff,
afternoon. March in t 3 o'cl 'ck
Phi Kapp.i li'"h school seniors (or (he purh'lV" not as vet b'en collected bv
caotalns.
"Wnt Is Hiimenln? in
and military snon'ors; the basketpictures of state officials, including with Mrs. Frank L. McVey at her
Corb"t who represents the Conn-c- il students It would be advisable Tau. is a lu"tor in the Colleee of pos ot educational mi"l
F ich colleue and
acordlng
speukt-rh)i-- jari associations In ts.
university
of
of the home at Maxwell place,
Aits and Soences. and news editor
John Y. Brown,
in ball group, and the Kentuckian
f r stud"iits to viMt tneir no t ofk
to c in-university.
as In Ortneva dnr-lnto Andrew Ho"r, president of the United Rtatp
pa"e.
of The K"'n"l. having served in the state has b"e"i
fice b xes nt least once daily
meeting will b
'"" and renresentat ives from th"
Doctor Jones, who was in charoe organization.
re ien.ri 'ii
Octohi- - of In t
The cut for President
This
that cmicitv since the
Sentmh'r "I'd
McVev's
(Signed)
of f atretic" Hermn in IVci'toher
various c 'llet'es will a s ruble In picture bus been made from his
of amoving material for the book, the Fn'ish club's contribution to year and hs firsthand
CARRIE BKAN.
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H" Is a nipmb"r of Th" Kenlucsiaii A"-- 'l to commie the fsts which favorite nhotoeniph and has not
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staff and is editor of the SuKy will b- - niven in Kentucky colleges been published in any previous
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CAMPUS STRAGGLERS
The word "don't'' is obsolescent.
Experts in child psychology have
repudiated it as a mere instrument
for disobedience, and a dominating
measure unworthy of a child's mentality. Under the new methods, children have responded with amazing
success.
College students, on the other
hand, seem to passess a tyjie of
mentality that will respond only to
the crudest methods. There is not
a student on the campus who does
not know that the university is put
to a great deal of trouble and expense to make and keep the campus
beautiful; yet students continue
blithely to "cut across" smooth expanses of grass in their Insatiable
desire to get wherever they are going more quickly than anyone else.
"The eventual result Is one of two
things: a ragged path zigzagging
Across the grass and punctuated at
intervals by white signs; or an unsightly wire fence, placed In a last
despairing attempt to gain by force
what cannot be attained otherwise.
Especially is ttiis true of the lawn
in front of McVey hall, which is
lieudy on the way to having a
path on one side and
has already acquired a fence on
the other.
n
As hpring approaches, that
when, more than at any other
time, the temptation is btrong to
stroll across the grass, students
should restrain themselves and not
nlmse the beautiful campus with
which the university has provided
them, l ney snuuiu uiumanij
themselves from the class of chickens, horses, hoes, and other animals that must always be fenced
in or out.
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activity
of
that requires much skill or really
amounts to anything.
That a man can work Just as hard
and become Just as skillful with his
brain as an athlete does with his
body is a fact which such students
seldom take Into consideration. That
he would do so for an
activity would seem even
more improbable to them; yet that
is what the members of the university debating teams and the oratorical representatives have been
doing all year.
The university debating team has
this year broken several records of
some years' standing. It it the first
time for several years that any
team In the debating triangle formed by Kentucky, Centre, and Berea,
has won the necessary number of
debates to be accounted winner of
the triangle and one of few times
that Kentucky has won It. In addition to this they have participated
in debates throughout the state in
which there were no decisions, but
which have served as an important factor in advertising the university to prospective students. This
is the first year that the university
has won the oratorical contest. The
record of both divisions of this de
partment has been uniformly ex
cellent throughout the year.
Debating is a difficult type of
work, as is also oratorical
work.
That these students do this for
only the most nominal amount of
credit, indeed, usually without credit at all. is most commendable and
should be appreciated by the entire
extra-curricul- ar

The University of Kentucky Wildcats will officially close the
basketball season tonight at
a banquet given in their honor by
the Lexington Alumni club. At this
time the succeeding captain will be
chosen and letters and numerals
will be awarded.
The alumni banquet has been given annually, now. for ten years and
this yea