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TUESDAY EDITION
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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
UNIVERSITY

VOL. XXVI.

UK Pershing Rifles Wins
Annual Drill Match For
Fifth Consectuive Time
in Individual Drill

Contest

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scoring a total of

n possible 400 points.

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Arthur Plummcr also Take
Hrt Hare for Kentucky
3C.5

out ot

FIELD DAY PLANS
ARE

SCHEDULED

BIDS
AT

Contracts to Re Awarded

and third
regiments, including the UniversiIndiana.
ties f Dayton, Illinois.
Kentucky and Ohio State.
Second place In the first regiment competition went to the Unirepresenting the first

versity of Dayton who scored 306
points, and third place was awarded to Ohio State. In the third
regiment drill, first place went to
University
of Illinois with 306
points and second place to University of Indiana.
were
Judges in the competition
Capt. James H. Howe and Lieutenant David 8chorr, of the Tenth
Infantry, and Major H. O. Frye, of
the Lexington military district.
The drill program began with
an exhibition march by the University band, the competing units, and
the Man o' War post of American
Legion drum and bugle corps. An
interesting feature was a spectacular exhibition drill given by Purthe
due University's crack unit,
Zouaves.
Company C added another honor
Saturday morning when Cadet
Arthur Plummcr, first sergeant in
the company, won the individual
competitive drill conducted on Btoil
field. Second place in the drill
went to a cadet from the University of Dayton.
Visiting cadets were guests of
the local unit Saturday noon for
a luncheon in the University commons, following which they were
enducted on a tour of the Blue
grass horse farms.

Ky

Alma Magna Mater
Club Will Sponsor
Picnic Thursday Barbara Smith To
Activities of the Alma Magna
Go to Laurel Festival
club will be concluded with

Mater
the annual picnic to be held at
Barbara Smith, senior in t.ho f!nl- 5:30 p. m., Thursday in the hollow lep.e of Education
from Chicago,
in front of Maxwell place. In case Illinois, will represent
the Univer- -j
of rain, the picnic will be held in sity at the
annual Mountain Laurel
the Woman's building.
-,
Festival which
Enaction of officers will be held ville. May 29 will be held in Pineand 30.
will be
and a group of pictures
Miss Smith s a member of Kappa
taken If the weather permits. Each
member is requested to bring 15 Kappa Gamma social sororitv. and
cents. Supper will be cooked over is one of the University beauties
whose picture appeared in the 1935
a eampfire.
Invitations are in postoffice box- Kentuckian, yearbook of the University.
es. A box will be placed In the lobShe Is active in dramatics and
by of the postoffice for replies. All
members are requested to send in has taken parts in the Stroller
Dramatic club productions and in
their replies by noon Wednesday.
Jane Allen Webb, Leslie Scott, the Guignol, community playhouse
Edgar Penn, Elizabeth Ligon and on the University campus.
compose the
Courtney
Cannon
committee on arrangements.
BACTERIOLOGISTS
TO MEET TONIGHT

Senior Engineers
To Have Banquet
Thursday, May 26

The College of Engineering annual banquet for the senior class
and members of the faculty will be
held Thursday, May 26, at 7 o'clock
at the Boonesboro hotel.
The
speaker for the occasion has not

yet been decided upon.
Earlier in trie afternoon there
will be a soft ball game between the
faculty and the seniors.
The committee on arrangements
is composed of Calvin
Cramer,
chairman, Haigis Hughes, Jamec
Graber and Bill Bryan.
Approximately 100 students, faculty members and visitors are expected to attend.

important business meeting
of the University Bacteriological
Society will be held tonight at 7:45
o'clock in Room 14 of Kastle hall.
The annual election of the various
officers will be held, reports of the
various officers will be given and
plans will be made for the work of
next year.
The final meeting of the society
for the year will be a picnic, to
An

which all members will be invited.

Plans for the outing will be formulated at the end of the meeting
tonight

SCHEIBLA. CRISWELL
TO BE TRANSFERRED

Capt. Harry D. Scheibla, assistant professor of military science
at the University for the past six
years, has been ordered to Ft.
WOMEN TO RE FETED
Thomas, Ky., according
reBY DEAN ISLANDING cent announcement from to a War
the
Capt.
department at Washington.
Dean Sarah O. Blanding will en- Howard Crlswell, who has also
tertain the retiring council and completed six years' service at the
the new council of the Association University, will be transferred to
of Women Students with a picnic Hawaii under an earlier order.
supper tonight at her home on the
Major Burton L. Lutas.
of Ft.
Riciimond Koud.
Leavenworth, Kans., will be asAmong the discussions will be: signed to the University to succeed
"Little Sister Movement," led by Captain Scheibla.
A success for
Frances Kerr; a discussion on "So- Captain Crlswell has not been apcial Manners," by Mrs. Ethel
pointed.
"Types of Publicity to Be Employed," led by Carol Flolir; Marie
book committee, and committee
will b selected for the following
Is
year.
Le-b- us;

KAPPA DELTA PI
TO INDUCT SEVEN
Seven students in education will
b
initiated by Kappa Delta Pi,
honorary educational fraternity, at
meeting of that organization to
be beld Thursday at 7 o'clock in the
horary of the University High
Mliool.
A business

meeting

will

follow

the initiation ceremony, after which
refreshments will be served. Those
who will be inducted are Martha
Christian, Barbara Smith, Pauline
TluMnpson, Minnie Clay Baker.
Minnie Bhtwly, Ralph Cheery and
Margaret Hasting.

Famous Garden
Scene of Wedding

Pershing
visiting
Evidently
of
Rifleman Joseph Hchlosst-r- ,
Ohio Stale and his
Ester Kilputrlck of Puyne, Olilo,
got the "spell of the botanical
garden" on them too strong, for
they were up and married in It
Saturday afternoon with all the
trimmln'a Uie local unit of
Rifles could provide. This
is the famous garden' first marriage. We hope the local students
can take lk
girl-frie- nd

Per-ahl- ng

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clude Roiler and Sleam
Distribution
and
Stokes I'nits

program

made

possible

through federal loans, were received and tabulated, Friday, In the
office of President McVey, to await
action by the executive committee
of the board of trustees.

Doctor McVey was assisted in
opening the bids by Dean James H.
Graham of the Engineering college,
and Elgan B. Farris, instructor in
engineering.
George Sager Jr.,
PWA administrator, and his assistant, Henry T. Carmlchael, of the
Louisville office, also attended the
meeting.
Bids received were on the boiler

er
and steam distribution and
contracts. Bids on the steam
distribution contract were made by
George F. Voight and Son,
Indiana, with a base bid
of $54,400, and Meyer Plumbing and
Heating company, Louisville, with
a bid of $49,794. Figures on the
boiler and coal stoker bids were not
announced, as it was explained
that these contracts are not awarded on the basis of the lowest figure,
but on a basis of performance and
proficiency. The submitted plans
must be studied thoroughly,
on Page Four)
coal-stok-

Jeffer-sonvil-

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Planned by YM, YW
nets at Camp
Otonka

Friday

Sixteen students in music will be
deUniversity
by the
partment of music in a student recital tomorrow at 4 p. m., in Memorial hall.
are:
Those who will perform
John Toohey, Fanny Blaine RuthBetty Mof-fe- tt,
erford, Wanda Lynch.
presented

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Tillett, Virginia Tharpe, Ina Mae
Wallace, Garth House, Martha Sue
Durham, Ouida K. Jones, James
Spencer,
Helen
Farmer, Hazel
Douthitt, J. Preston Bryan, and
Ruth Ecton.
The department will also present
Irene Foster in a senior
recital
Friday evening at 8 o'clock in
Memorial hall.

TO BROADCAST

for the woman who must write accounts of her
club meetings for the daily papers,
and for the man who wishes to sell
feature articles to national magazines, will be sponsored by the University radio studios in a series of
eight week talks starting May 19.
at 1:15 p. m., under the title "Journalism for Laymen." Miss Marguerite McLaughlin, assistant pro- fessor of Journalism at the Uni- verslty, will conduct the broadcasts.

Cabi-

CLASS DAY PROGRAM

A special broadcast

Senior Class Day, with an
program, will be held Thursday morning, June 4, at 10:30 o'clock
in Memorial hall. Included on the
program will be speeches by the
class grumbler, poet, historian and
prophet reading of the class will.
of the
Elvis Stahr, president
senior class, will preside and Introduce the speakers. All visitors
on the campus, students and faculty are invited to attend.

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COMMENCEMENT

COMMITTEE

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State's First Intercollegiate
Swim Meet Will Be Held In
Eastern's Pool at Richmond
UK TRACK

TEAM

FOURTH IN MEET

Eiht

Colleges to Compete in
U. K.
Event to Be Held
Club-Sponsore- d

Thursday
Eight

trams have already

their Intention of entering the
It. O. T. C. COMMANDANT
first annual state
APPOINTED MARSHAL Roiran Breaks Southeastern swimming meet whichintcrcolleeiate
will be held
Record in Mile Run and Thursday afternoon and evening at
Dr. Thomas Parren to Speak
the Eastern State Teacher's college
Wins Half Mile; Willis natatorium in Richmond. The
at Commencement
meet
Gains Points
is being sponsored by the University
Exercises
of Kentucky
Independent swimKentucky's
seven - man track
ming club,
--

complete program of events for team, with Dave Rogan and Ben
annual CommenceWillis leading the way, piled up
ment, at which approximately 400 twenty-tw- o
points to bring them- will be graduated,
students
was selves Into fourth place in the an
released yesterday by the Com- nual Southeastern Conference track
mencement committee.
and field meet held Saturday at
Commencement activities will of- Birmingham.
ficially begin May 27 with the anIn helping to gain their posinual Military Field Day exercises, tion, Dave Rogan set a new con
at which time approximately 40 ference record in the mile run and
members of the advanced R. O. T. C. captured the half mile, while Wilunit will be commissioned second lis took seconds in the
rd
lieutenants in the Reserve corps. dash and low hurdles and a fourth
Baccalaureate exercises will be in the high hurdles. It was In this
held Thurslay afternoon, June 4, last mentioned race that Towns of
at 3 o'clock in Memorial hall, with Georgia shattered the conference
the Rev. Mcllyar Hamilton Lich-lite- r, record and tied the world's record
DD pastor of the First Con- of 14.1 seconds.
gregational church at Columbus,
Miller of Kentucky finished fifth
Ohio, delivering the sermon. His In the
rd
dash and also ran
topic will be "The Voice of Prom- anchor on Kentucky's mile relay
etheus."
team which took fifth place In the
Commencement exercises will be meet. The Wildcat relay team was
held Friday morning, June 5, at 10 composed of Gates, Hilliard, Crane
o'clock In the Alumni gymnasium. and Miller, and their placing fifth
Dr. Thomas Parren, surgeon gen- accounted for the Kentucky team
eral of the United States Public defeating Tennessee by one point
Health Service, will deliver the ad- for fourth place honors.
The scores of the teams were:
dress. His subject will be "Prologues."
Pres. Frank L. McVey L. S. U. 6014, Georgia 33, Alabama
31 V6, Kentuck" 22, Tennessee
and
Lieut.-Co- l.
Bk
E.
will preside.
Auburn 17,
Brewer will be marshal ot the day Georgia Tech
7, Tulane and Mississippi
and lead the academic parade which
State 5 and Florida 3.
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100-ya-

440-ya-

New York Group

Plans to Visit
Officials of Radio Institute
of Audible Arts Notify
Publicity Director
Officials of the Radio Institute
of the Audible Arts, New York,
plan to make an inspection of the
University mountain radio listening
center system soon, according to
an announcement received by Elmer G. Suler, director of University radio studios.
by
Victor Schniff, accompanied
two other members of the Institute, intends to spend from two
to three weeks in eastern Kentucky
associating with radio staff members observing the workings of the
system.
conceived
Since the University
the idea in 1933 of placing radios in
remote portions of eastern Kentucky under competent auspices so
that the people of those communities might enjoy the educational,
recreational and cultural advantages of the Invention, the system has
been eyed with interest in adult
the
education from all parts of
United States.
Last spring the manager, program director and announcer from
the University of Wisconsin radio
station, inspected several University listening centers with the Idea
of establishing a system along similar lines in northern Wisconsin.
More recently, the Wrangall Institute of Alaska has requested details, hoping to carry out the general plan there.

Webster Wouldn't Know Definition Of
Cramming," But Modern Students Do
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By WILLIAM EVANS
Among the many things that a
college student must concentrate
his attentions on, if he hopes to
graduate witliin a normal period of
that knack of
time, is acquiring
"cramming".
Perhaps the definition of the
term should be given in order to
inform the person what he or she
has been doing for a number of
years without reulizing his favorite
pastime.
It probably couldn't be
found correctly defined in the mas
sive Webster or Funk and Wagnull
dictionaries according to the colloquial tongue of the average "student". This art may be defined as
the obtaining of Just enough knowledge to pass any exam with the
least amount of effort expended in
taking or studying for it.
According to the better authorities there are several essential factors which combine to muke this
situation a reality. It usually blossoms to its greatest height of being
a popular sport in the spring with
the coming of balmy breezes and
romance in the hearts of practical
Few of us
ly all young persons.
ever realize how scientific and planning the "real crammers" are.
To correctly do It one must na
turally have a Quls coming up in
the immediate future which he or
she knows practically nothing about.
Then you have a date with the beet

AT

EASTERN TEACHERS'

I'l'-f- i

Listening Posts

The annual retreat of the combined cabinets of the Y. W. C. A.
and the Y. M. C. A. was held Sunday at Camp Otonka on the Kentucky river. The purpose of this
retreat was to discuss the work of
the two organisations and to formulate plans for next year.
At 9 o'clock the program started
with a devotional service lead by
Dorothy Whalen, president of the
Y. .W C. A. and Donald Riester,
president of the Y. M. C. A. Martha Fugett, past president of the
Y. .W C. A., gave a talk on "The
Needs of our Campus."
The afternoon was devoted to
separate meetings of the cabinets.
Plans for Freshman Week and the
College Night were discussed.
Supper was followed by a devotional led by Bart Peak, secretary
of the Y. M. C. A. Augusta Roberts, secretary of the Y. W. C. A.
gave a talk on ""Living up to Our
Best." The retreat was concluded
by singing around the camp fire.

Irene Foster to Be Presented
in Senior Recital

MEET, THl'RSDAY,

rangements.

which has charge of

ar-

Preliminary events will be staged
during the afternoon, starting at 3
p. m. with the finals getting underway at 8 o'clock. The teams which
have already entered are University of Louisville, Eastern, More head,
Berea, Union, Centre, Transylvania,
and the University Independents.
SuKy, student pep organization,
has donated the trophy for the
winning team; the Lexington Herald will award the runner-u- p
cup
and the local chapter of Sigma Chi
will present a trophy to the individual high point man of the meet.
The officials for the meet as announced last night. Include M. E.
Potter, head of the University's
physical education department; R.

H. Gunkler, Berea; Claude "Monk"
Simons, head football coach at
Transylvania; Ray Pille, honor athlete at Eastern, and Cameron Parks
assistant in tne physical education
department at the University.
During he meet, Mr and Mrs.
Cameron Parks will put or. a trick
swimming and diving act Mrs.
Parks has been diving champion of
Indiana six times.
Gov. A. B. "Happy"
Chandler
and Lieut.-GoKeen Johnson
have expressed interest in the
meeting, through letters, and it Is
possible that the Governor may attend the final session.
Tickets for the affair may be
The second and last in a series
of exchange programs between the purchased at Dunn's Drug 3 to re or
UniCollege of Agriculture of the
from any member of the University
versity and the Department of Ag team.
at Berea College was givriculture
en last Thursday night.
Cecil
YALE FELLOWSHIP
Marsh, president of the Agricul
AWARDED TO UK GRAD
tural Society, presided and Intro
duced Frank Parton, who was in
charge
of the Berea program.
Albert R. Jones, who was gradby uated from the College of Law at
Eight students, accompanied
C. S. Price, head of the De- - the University in January, has been
Prof.
partment of Agricultural, and Prof. awarded by the Yale Law School a
Fielder, head of the Department graduate fellowship for the year
of Gardening at Berea, gave the 1936- - 37, it was recently announced.
program.
While on the campus he was asAt the close of Berea's program, sociated with many activities and
offollowing his graduation accepted
the Agricultural Society elected
ficers for next year They are Lo- a position with E. L. Hutchinson,
gan Brown, Shelbyville, president; later becoming connected with the
David Pettus, Stanford,
Department of Agriculture as title
and Jeanette Watts, Fulton, attorney.
Van-derb- ilt

Programs for Next Year Are

To Take Part In
Recital May 20

M'LAUGHLIN

RETREAT
HELD SUNDAY

Music Students

Elaine Allison. Elizabeth

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PLANS RELEASED

out the state are expected to send
bands and orchestras to the annual
Kentucky high school band and
orchestra festival to be held Saturday morning under the sponsorship
of the University
department of
Extension.
The festival will follow district
contests which are being held this
week at Murray State Teachers
College, Murray; Western Teachers
College. Bowling Green, and at
Louisville and Barbourville.
Judges for the state festival as
announced by the Extension department, are: William Bell, Cincinnati,
member of the Brass Choir of the
Symphony
Cincinnati
orchestra;
Ralph E. Rush of Cleveland Heights,
Ohio, director of the Heights High
school band; and Walter Heerman,
Symmember of the Cincinnati
phony orchestra and director of the
Cincinnati College of Music orchestra.
Those who are expected to have
representatives in one or both
groups Include: Augusta, Barbourville, Danville, Frankfort, Georgetown, Harlan, Henry Clay (Lexington), Picadome, Maysville, Madison
(Richmond), Model (Eastern State
Teachers College), Corbin, Somerset, University High, Winchester,
Louisville Male High, and du Pont
Manual of Louisville.

Bids on the University
central
heating plant, part of the $765,000
building

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Bands and Orchestras from Approximately 100 Students
32 Schools to Participate
to Be Graduated on June
in Contest
5; Military Field Day to
Open Activities
Approximately 32 schools through-

In-

ing Bids

Gen. William E. Cole, Columbus
Ohio, commanding the Fifth corps
area, and A. B. Chandler, Gover
nor of Kentucky, will be the principal distinguished guests present
at the annual Military Field day
and graduation exercises to be held
Wednesday, May 27, on the univ
ersity campus, Col. B. E. Brewer,
university commandant, announced
Saturday. General Cole will also
deliver the graduation address to
members of the R. O. . C. graduating class.
Following the assembly of the
regiment at 2:30 p. m., Wednesday
the regiment will pass in review
before the governor. General
Cole
and other distinguished guests
Following the parade competitive drill and an exhibition drill by
Company "C," first regiment, Pershing Rifles, which won the district championship at the Pershing Rifle drill meet last Friday
night was held.
For the first time on a field day
program fencing competition
will
be held, featuring four members of
Prof. C. W. Hackensmith's
class,
he man Judged to be the best fencer will be presented with a trophy,
the gift of the Su-circle.
The administration of the oath
to the graduates, General Cole's
address and a parade in honor of
the members of the Reserve Officers' association of the Kentucky
Military area, will follow the fencing competition.
A dinner in honor of the R. O.
T. C. graduates and distinguished
guests of the day will be given at
6:30 o'clock
Wednesday
evening,
May 27, in the Phoenix hotel with
the Reserve Officers of Lexington
as hosts.

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Be Given May 23 BY

UNIVERSITY

J. II. Graham and Elgan
Farris Assist in Open-

ing

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Musical Festival To

ARE MADE

Pershing Riflof, Gov ernor ('handler, Com man
Cadet Lieut.-Oo- l.
der of Fifth Corps Area
J. Pclham Johnston, won for the
Will Re Principals of Meet- Dean
fifth consecutive time the Fifth

first Regiment,
commanded by

MM.IO.N.

SWIM

KENTUCKY

OF

HEATING PLANT State High School

BOARD OF TRUSTEES
TO ACT ON SUBMITS

Com pony C,

Corp Area competitive drill held
on Stoll field Friday night.
Approximately 3000 persons witnessed the exhibitions of five units,

INTKKCOLLEfilATK

boy or girl friend the night before
Of course, to presaid affliction.
serve your honor as a lady or a
gentlemen you cannot break
the
date. What Is then to be done?
Usually the average student keeps
the date, and returns to the fraternity house or dorm around 11
p. m. There is now a general turmoil at this time of the night in
the residence of the young slave.
The next thing that dawns upon
the mind of the individual is the
terrible realization that sufficient
knowledge must be gleaned to "get
through" on the morrow.
It Is advisable to take a good
drink of water and wash your face
Whether to be in street clothes or
lounging attire authorities disagree.
Some hold thut you become sleepy
In the latter mode of clothes, while
others contend that you have better opiJortunilies as relaxed persons
to fully digest your subject. Probably it is a good thought to have
a moistened wash rag near at hand.
Then the sufferer can rinse off ha
face when those eyelids begin to
droop after about 15 minutes oi
concentrated effort. There should
be a large club handy to chase off
all persons detirous of beginning a
"bull session".
When these conditions are arrived
at, the person should take out the
copius notes, which he has borrow

his friend. The next 20
minutes will be spent in deciphering and arranging them in some
sort of numerical order. Upon gazing at the clock the "seeker for
knowledge" is aghast when it shows
the time to be 12:10 p.m. So little
has been accomplished and there is
ed from

still so much more to be done. Af- ter about three hours of fighting to
keep awake it is decided enough
subject matter has been secured to
pass, utter a fashion.
There are two shortcuts to cramming. Few persons will heed these,
but they might serve us uidj to
some people who just must get to
bed by 11 o'clock. The quiz may be
forgotten and an E taken in the
by
is
method
course. Another
transferring these aformentioned
copius notes to the quiz pud, winch
will be used on the day at the fateful time, and then if the student
still has the ability to read his own
writing, he muy pass by the simple
process of transfer. In the last
suggestion, there are the liindrun-- ;
ces thut the prof may furnish his
own writing materials or keep too
attentive an eye on the culprit.
No accurate statistics have been
obtained but estimates arrived at
by competent officials on the retaining power of knowledge thus
gained, varies from 10 to 18 mln- utes after completing: the tent.

v.

Exchange Program
Presented by Berea

secretary-treasur-

er.

W.A.A. Will Elect

Officers Thursday
Snedeker, Welch, House,
Wallace, Harris
Are Nominees

Tal-mor-

e,

Kampus
Kernels

Nominations for officers of the
Women's Athletic Association for
The Kernel will sponsor a ptcnie
the ensuing year were announced
by the committee
in for members of the staff oa Satyesterday
urday, May 3. AU members of th
charge of the election.
staff who are interested in going,
The nominations are: president,
Jane Welch; please notify Rotas Chepeleff to
Eleanor Snedeker,
secretary, Rumelle lUlmore, Franthe effect.
treasurer, Mary Austin
ces House;
Wallace, Dorothy Harris. Election
The WAA Council will meet at
of officers will be conducted Thurs5:30 p. m. Wednesday behind Patday from 9 a. m. until 4 p. m. in terson
hall for a picnic at Grimes'
the Women's gymnasium.
Mill. All council members are asked to be present.

German Club Will
Elect at Dinner
The University

German

will have a farewell dinner at 6:30
p. m.. Friday, May 22, at the Tea-

cup Inn. The speaker will be Dr.
Hobart Ryland, of the Romance
Languuge
department, who will
speak of his experiences in Germany. After the dinner an election of officers will be held.
All members of the German Club
interested in
and other persons
German are invited to attend this
affair. The fee will be fifty cents
and those who intend to be present should sign their names on the
special sheet on the bulletin board
which muy be found at the German department on the second
buildfloor of the Administration
ing.

Dates Are Changed
For ROTC Parades
Two changes in dates for It.
parades were announced
yesterday by Ezra Gillis, secretary ot the University Council.
Tile parade scheduled for the
eighth hour Friday, May 22. has
been changed to the eighth hour
Wednesday, May 20, the date of
The
the annual inspection.
second, third and fourth hours,
originally scheduled for annual
inspection May 27, are cancelled
and tills time may be devoted to
regular college work.
O. T. C.

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An election of next year's WAA
officers will be held Thursday front
9 a. m. until 4 p. m. All
WAA
Club members are asked to vote.

Kappa Delta Pi Initiation will be
held at 7 o'clock Thursday night in
the University High library.
There will be a meeting of SuKy
circle today at 8 o'clock in the
basement of the Alumni gymnasium.
Old and new members of Owens
will meet at 5 o'clock Thursday I"
the Women's building.
All persons who have not settled
up for their copies of the "Sow-masplease do so at once.
h"

There will be a meeting of Strollers 111 Room 4 of the Administration building at 4 p. m. toduy. AU
those connected with the last pro-du-et
inn are requested to be prv
ent.
AU staff members of the Kernel
win) ure eligible for a key mm
turn in the money by the last of
this week as the order will b win
off by that time.

The regular meeting of the Senior cabinet will be held at the home
of Bart Peak 011 118 University
avenue, at 7:30
o'clock toiught.
All members thut will be present
please notify the YMCA office.
All seiuor women are invited to
tlie Women's building Tuesday.
May 19, between 11 and 4 o'clock
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cure lor spring fever is ;t conge sidl drive through the Illtic Glass on a balmy
I;it or moonlight nilu . But there is always
the danger that this feer will develop into a
delirium of twisted steel, shrieks anil blood.

ihe duty of the press and other public institutions to iniioclically impress ujxn the public the mounting tolls of highway slaughter. A
vciIkjsc treatment of the causes of accidents is
not necessary. There are three primary ones
that are responsible for most of the accidents:
(1) Driving at excessive speed; (2) Operator
incapacitated or not projerIy assuming his
(3) Operating a defective mechis

anism.
"Barney Oldfield's" belong" on the race track
and "imbilers" on the back seat. Let's not
take chance that jeopardize life, limb and
It is not worth it.

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The Campus C.riprr-- vc
his (n-- t peeves
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he griK-- about
his classes, his gill liiend.
he includes his profs,
his giades. the weather, his health, the food,
studying, his debts, the exams, etc., etc., etc. . . .
about the
II he joins an honorary he grijK-if he doesn't join an honoi.ny he giipes
lees
about jMtlitics in organ i .at ions . . . lie loves
Mondays . . . cause .he can really go to town and
misgripe to his friends about his week-enfortunes . . . about the date who stood him up
on Saturday . . . about the tciriblc dances he
went to . . . about his headaches in the morning.
He never
. . . about all the work he has to do
make news . . . but bellyaches
does anything to
because he never sees anything about himself in
the paper . . . and now that he's getting this
publicity . . . just watch him GRIPE!
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DOS T YOU FEEL FUNNY WHE- N1. The stags break you at a dance?
2. The stags don't break you at a dance?
3. You walk into a class and the prof greets
you with a quiz?
4. You walk past President Patterson's statue?
5. You read about the boy friend in Hoi
Pollui?
6. You get slugged?

A COACH'S QUALIFICATIONS

When Harry Stuhldreher arrived at the University of Wisconsin to assume iis duties as
head coach, he was greeted with a list of six requirements which the administration hoped
would be fulfilled by him.
These qualifications, outlined by Pres. Glenn
Frank and Chairman of Athletics Harold C.
Bradley, were presented to him in somewhat the
following manner: (1) A man of unquestioned
character; (2) A leader; (3) One with the ideals
and motivations of a teacher; (4) A man with
broad human interests; (5) A man possessing
unerring intutions in his handling of men and
kituations; (6) A man equally at home in a
tuxedo or in his uniform on the football field.
Wisconsin cannot be blamed for desiring a
new coadi who might conceivably make up for
the alleged deficiencies of their former ones.
That university has not been extremely fortunate in its recent athletic programs, and the latest fiasco, which resulted in the dismissal of
their athletic director and head coach, and the
resignation of four faculty members, may be

To most gals a c:impu means
hours of yearning out the window
and kicking the furniture; but to
roommates Frances Wells and .Indie McVean It meant orchids. Who
the plutocrats arc. I don't know-- but
what gentlemen!

ACCOMMODATION DEPARTMENT
The following people have asked to have
their names mentioned in this column:
1. Old Man Depression
2. Dick Kronin.
3.

Hoinian, the jxxxh.
the Kop.
Bernie Opjier.

That rajah from India who has not had any
sleep for two years can now sympathize with
those who live next door to a fraternity house.
"I am a failure. People have got so they won't
pay attention to what I say any more." George
Bernard Shaw.
"I will positively refuse to allow necking in
until I come to the subject of sex;
even then, only
will be permitted."
Prof William F. Byron, Northwestern.
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raise anything except their hats. Texas Ranger.

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his unusually adept
sliphornlst. and attractive songperson of Carol Ornble.
bird In the
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has certainly reached the top In a
Lucky Strike
These
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Sweepstakes nrvvn to be arousing
considerable interest among the Hit
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