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THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
UNIVERSITY

FRIDAY EDITION
KERNEL

SKMI-WEEKL-

OF

KENTUCKY

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. FERRUARY 26,

VOLUME XXII

SECOND SEMESTER

NOTK

CHORUS POSITION
TRIALS ARE HELD

STl 'DENTS

Any students, men or wnmrn,
in assisting
vi ho are lntcresUd
In the construction of burlesque
and costume-makin- g
antmnls,
for the Y. W. C. A.
amateur circus, are asked to report to the Y. W. C. A. office In
the basement of the Administration building, at any time Friday or BBturaay.

R.O.T.C. OFFICERS
ARE ANNOUNCED
Rctrimonlal Headquarters
sues Final Appointments
For U. K. Division

K,

Is-

II. V. SMITH MADE
CADET COLONEL
Le-ro- y,

Complete Staff Is Announced
Ry Organization
Head
PRINCIPALS OF SHOW
TO RE SELECTED SOON

Play Rehearsed

Co-Ed- s!

Vocational guidance meetings
scheduled for the week of February 29 to March 5:
Wedne-wlay- .
March 1
Teaching:
Mrs.
Education
Stout; Mrs. Stout's olllee, Women's gymnasium, 4:30 p. m.
Bessie Farrls, Frances Fitzgetald.
Lucille Floyd. Carolyn Foxworth,
Mattie M. Franklin.
Writing; Mrs. Miner, director;
place, 114 Waller avenue; 4 p. m.
Members of group: Edith Marie
Gladys Davis. Mary O.
Bell.
O ifflth, Iris K. Harting, Kather-In- e
Myrlrk, Arva Ray, Frances
Reeves, Eleanor Stickler, Betty
Sutterlln, Oeorglanna Weedon,
Weill, Virginia K.
Josephine
Young.
extension
economics,
Home
service; Miss Logan; Faculty club
room, 4 p. m. Members: Cathu...e k. ...
erine Cult in. Ma.v
Ruth Forman,
Achle Fisher,
Nancy Rothwell, Rita Wathcn,
Mildred Young.

DRAMATISTS

I!Y

Complete Cast
Of New Guignol

W. A. Rruce Is Lieutenant
Colonel; Stone. Yeajrer.
Itolderick, Captains

Notice,

Final Selection Will Re Rased
On Proficiency In
Dance Routine
-

Tryouts for boys' and girls- chor
uses to be featured in 8troIlers
Woodson Knijtht, Horace M- spring production, "Good News"
iner Have Leading Roles
were held Wednesday night, FebruIn Goldsmith Comedy
ary 24, in the Women's gymnasium.
Weedon in charge.
Georgianna
The two leading male roles in Th
who will be selected from
"She Stoops to Conquer," the play
the group trytng out are not yet
by Oliver Ooldsmlth which will be known, but the names will be anpresented at the Oulgnol theater nounced at the end of the week.
of
the week of March 14, will be tak- The selection of members each the
inbased on
en by Woodson Knight and Horace choruses will be
proficiency in the rouaccording to the complete dividual's
Miner,
tine.
cast of the drama, announcea
"Oood News" Is a play dealing
Women's OrganiWednesday by Frank Fowler, direc- with general college affairs and Men's and
zations Will Present Concampus little theater. people and Its good qualities are
tor of the
cert Version of "Tann-hauser- "
Caroline Speyer and Emily Hardin corroborated by its long run in
at Musicale
leading female parts. New York. A college athlete, his
will enact the
reThe complete cast as announced scholastic difficulties, and the
by Director Fowler:
sults thereby obtained combine to LAMPERT WILL DIRECT
Marlowe, Woodson Knight; Hast- make the play well versed in the
ings, Horace Miner; Tony, Mickey usual musical comedy style.
The combined university Glee
orMaguire: Mr. Hardcastle. u. parry
At a recent meeting of the
clubs, under the direction of Prof.
Kraatz; Kate, Carolyn Speyer; Con- ganization. Hugh Adcock. was elect- Carl A. Lambert, will present a constance, Emily Hardin: Mrs. Hard ed director to succeed William
of Richard Wagner's
cert
Yea-gcastle. Jane Ratchford; Dlggory.
at 4 o'clock Sunday
who resigned. Clarence
manager, "Tannhauser"Memorial hall.
Sam Manly: Roger, Eddie Hertiger;
was elected business
Elizacomprise afternoon in arrangement contains
Jeremy. Morton Webb: Dollv.
The concert
and those appointed to
beth Redd: and Charles Marlowe, the business staff are John LeStour- - many of the famous airs and chorJolly. uses
Whivne Haffler.
Thomas Conroy, Norris
of the great opera and has
Three of the actors, Woodson Ollle' Price, Robert Milus, and Harry been prepared especially for young
Knight, Horace Miner and Parry ti- - urmiam Araerv was
singers. The presentation will take
Kraatz, are familiar figures with publicity director for the show and approximately fifty minutes.
Guignol patrons, all having appear r
v.
ih annointment of The Glee clubs win oe assisted uy
ed In important roles in little tne- - the following assistants:
members of the university philharater presentations during tnis ana dery, James Curtis, Maniing
monic orchestra and the following
previous seasons. The remaining lingsworth, Lawrence Herron, Jo- soloists: Mrs. W. H. Hansen, somembers of the cast are more or seph Ferguson, Betty Watkins, and prano: Overton Kemp, tenor; John
less new to Guignol players, but Mildred Hart.
Griffy, baritone; Miss Mildred Lewhave had experienve in amateur
Fowler, diThose trying out for boy's chorus: is, pianist. Mr. Frank theter, will
groups.
dramatic work with other
Bfll
Phil Ardery. Waddy Kay, WH-d- rector of the Guignol
Stoops to Conquer." is a
'She
act as narrator.
.H. Mahan, Al Jones.
classic 18th century comedy. The Conley, A
The program: '
Thomas. Billy Hubble, H. H.
making of the costumes of the Em
Chorus of Nymphs uins uiee
Brandenburgh. G. H. Benson, Gene
pire period which will be worn are
Don club
u.
in charge of Virginia Boyd. G. L. Hinnman, Alfred Pearlman, and
"Beloved Come" Mrs. Hansen
Crutcher and his crew of stage McOurk. Bernam
"Hall, Goddess Fair" Mixed Cho- Jess Herndon.
hands will construct the set.
Dcl-ro- y
Ham Duncan. C. O. Wallace.Lang-fi- tt rus.
Delay in completing the cast for
s.
Shepherd's Chorus
Root, Ned Turnbull, Sam
the play was caused bv the resigChorus of Elder Pilgrims with
Ray Alford, Johnny Jones, Benof the
nation of several members
Rocky Stev- Tannhauser Mr. Kemp and the
cast originally announced and the ny Martin, Red Davis.
Men's Glee Club.
Gotchel
finding actors suitable ens. Kern Patterson. Billy
difficulty in
"Praise to Venus" Mixed Chorus,
Those trying out for the girls
parts, according to Dito take the
"Festival March" Mixed Chorus,
rector Fowler. Rehearsals with the cnurus. Chick, Elizabeth Redd, Vir . Soliloquy of Wolfram Mr. Griffy.
Mary
final personnel In attendance began
uReturn of the Elder Pilgrims
Betty rung,
this week, however, allowing an in- ginia Bosworth, Dannemiller, Cath- Mixed Chorus
terlude of a little more than a week Guerrant, Helen
Elizabeth's Prayer Mrs. Hansen.
following the successful run and erine Werst, Hazel Turner, Ruth
Song to the Evening Star Mr.
Margaret Brown, Freddie
of Locke.
reDeat performance
Elbert. Elinor Chapman, and Griffy.
Mae
"Berkeley Square."
Chorus of the Younger Pilgrims
Sara Bethel.
Girls' Glee Club.
Elizabeth Ellis, Lalla Cooke
Finale Mixed Chorus.
Ruffner. Linda Wil- -

In the R. O.
Final appointment
seC regiment for the second
T
have been Issued.
mester 1931-3- 2
head-rteOfficers of the Tegmentalcolonel
are: H. V. Smith, colonel,
w A. Bruce, lieutenantYeager. B.
R.
and C F. Stone, C. Boldrick,
C LeRoy. and S. B.
rs

cap-Uln- a.

Morris
Color sergeants are F. S.
color
and J H. McOavock. The and
puard is composed of Broadbent
W. Honhorst.
Members of first battalion major
S. E. Mll.iken
v.
and J. 8. Mooiinii, j. Evans, lieu- Tc. Evans, and E. T.

U. K. GLEE CLUBS
TO GIVE PROGRAM

tenants.

W. E.
Officers of company A:
Johnston,
Florence, captain. P. H. Kazanjlan.
m M Wilder and B. O.
and
first iieutenants; C. R. Kastner
W F Hilliard, second lieutenants;
and O. L.
R. Davis, first sergeants; W. Alford.
R.
Stoane. J. P. Price, Stewart, T. M.
T.
J R Foster. O. R. M. McGaughey,
Helm L. Evans,
Thomas,
J. M. Dillon, and H. L.
sergeants.
Offlcers of Company B: J. H.
Ewing, captain; J. L Drury. J. H.
Brcdwell, R. A. Wise, and H.
first lieutenants; extra offlcers,
B. Cubbage and B. F. Senger,
first lieutenants; F. H. Kesewettcr, O.
More-lanW Chlnn, D. C. Wade, R. O.
E. O Dunning, and W B.
Simpson, second lieutenants; H. H.
Emme-lcfirst sergeant; J. M. CarMcVay,
ter W B. Dickerson, R. W. S. Bach.
J F. Marquis, D. F. Peyton,
F J Cressere, R. I Wheeler, L. and
R M. Lee. J. H. Cavlns, and M.
Marking, sergeants.
nfiiwn of Company C: C. W.
Parsons, captain: N. M. Hargett. W.
Husk, M. J. McBrayer, H. B. Hale,
and N. V. Shorter, first lieutenants;
mr I. Wnlfe. W. H. Dunn, H. M.
s Ammerman, and W.
Dmnn
C.
r wiisor second lieutenants;Rat
Callowav. J. H. Mills, R. H.
llfTe. L. A. Herron, C. R. Maxson,
T
w .Inhnston. J. B. Boddie, S. E.

y,

er

r

MILITARY HALL
SCAHHARI) AND P.EADE GIVE
ANNUAL DANCE TONIGHT

NEW SERIES NUMIIER 37

19.12

Wildcats, Tulane Clash
At Atlanta at 4 o'Clock
Today as Tourney Opens
Dean Blanding
Tells

Kentucky and Maryland
Reporters
Doped to Meet in Finals

Of Recent Trips
Sidelights on National Political Issues Given by
Dean
"Politically, people are very reticent about who is to be the next
Democratic presidential candidate,"
Dean Sarah O. Blanding told a
Kernel reporter yesterday, when
Interviewed In regard to her recent
trip to Washington, D. C.
attended the
Dean Blanding
meeting of the National Association of Deans of Women, which was
held in Washington February
17-2- 2.

"Most people concede that Herbert Hoover will represent the Republican party, although neither he
nor Mrs. Hoover is particularly
popular with the Washington popucontinued.
lace," Miss Blanding
"Many people speak of Roosevelt as
the most likely winner of the Dembut there is
ocratic nomination
also talk of Smith and Baker."
The deans were guests at the
afternoon,
White House Friday
where they were received by Mrs.
Hoover. They were also tea guests
of the Washington branch of the
American Association of University
Women at the national club house
on I street.
"While I was in Washington, it
was my privilege to talk with many
who are well - informcitizens
ed on present vital Issues." the
dean said. "It was pleasing to note
how enthusiastically the people as
a whole have accepted President
Hoover's appointment of Judge
Cardoza to the Supreme Court of
the United States."
Miss Blanding commented on the
festive appearance of the city of
Washington on Monday with its
buildings flying flags in honor of
the birthday of George Washington. She describes the city as a
splendid monument to the foresight
and planning of the first Presl- dent.
Amone the notable speakers at
the meeting of the deans were RabH. Goldenson. Pittsbi Samuel
burgh, who at one time was a resident of Lexington. Miss Sorabji.
nresldent of the Federation of
University Women, Calcutta, India,
spoke on "Squaring with the Chang
ing Order in India". Miss uiana- ing expressed herself as particularly
reinterested ln Miss aoraojis
marks, as the latter Is in sympathy with the English government in
its management of India, and is
opposed to Ghandi.

Members of Biff Blue Aggregation, in Best of
Health and Spirits and Confident of
Ability to Redeem Themselves, Are
First of 16 Teams To Arrive
TILT IS FOURTH ON

CARD

FIRST-DA- Y

Ry Ralph E. Johnson
(Kernel Sports Editor)

Kentucky's Wildcats, confident of their ability to redeem
themselves, are once more in Atlanta, Georgia, where they
await the starter's whistle for their first tourney foe,
Green Wave, scheduled to start at 4 o'clock today.
The ten players and nine others in the party were the
first of the 16 teams to arrive in the Pinnacle City, early yes- 1 terday morning. According to
advance dope, they are exNINE CANDIDATES pected to be among the last
to leave. All members of the
NOMINATED team are in the best of health
and spirits, with the possible
exception of "Aggie" Sale, who still
One Man, One Woman Stu- suffers slightly from his recent atdent Will be Selected in Pop- tack of flu.
The Tulane team was the next
ularity Contest Being SponAtlanta, and
by 1932 Kentuckian to arrive in Coach George Coach
sored
Body.
Rupp and
Tu-lane'-

s

ARE

Tulane, former team mates at the
University of Kansas, went into a
conference and talked over M
times. Rody does not use the
same system as is used by the
Wildcats, but Rupp warned his
boys before they left that Rody
intends to whip him just for "old
time's sake."
Yesterday afternoon the Kentucky
team worked out on the Atlanta
high school floor. Rupp stressed
foul throws and goal shooting, and
the remainder of the drill was spent
on light floor work. The team wound
up its preparation with a show and
headed for bed in the Georgian
Terrace at 10 o'clock.
Virginia vs. Alabama
Virginia and Alabama start the
otnttnti r. ft SwoDe and C. J.
at 1 o'clock today and
ball
two more games follow before Kento the second
Officers attached
tucky takes the floor against Tubattalion: major. R. L. Newcomb;
lane. All of the games are to be
W. S. Davis; first
second lieutenants,
played in the Atlanta auditorium,
G. Tucker; secR
lieutenants.
as in previous years, and a play-b- y
O. K. Sharpe;
lieutenant,
ond
play report or all K.entucKy gamta,
J. A. Frye.
lieutenant.
will be sent to Lexington by Neville
Offlcers of company E: captain.
Dunn, sports editor of The Lexing- J. N. Owens; first lieutenant, J. E.
ton Herald
Epps; first lieutenant, w. n. oaun
.lust before Co.uh Rupp left
Hnrt
Lexington, he was asked just how
Company F: captain, O. B. Coff-mahe thought the team wouia noia
first lieutenants, J. W. Marjjui wic
out. He appeared thoughtful a
uum&c
Mary
EMWnhPth
Greene.
shall O. P. Snyder; second lieutenmoment and then said that "the
The candidates:
Workout Daily Bradley. Nancy Belle Moss, Cath
ants, H. W. Chapman, J. W. Cleary, Candidates
George M. Bickel. Alpha Tau longer we stay in the tournament
uaroune
T. Elvove. J. Jackson, A. M. Os
On Indoor Courts in
arine Cassidy, and
Delta the stronger we will ret." It was
C.
Omega; Ralph Kercheval,
borne, E. T. Moffett; first sergeant,
Dot Strother .Dot Williams, MarGymn Annex
Teu Delta: Bennie MTitln. Sigma apparent to any one in the gym- w R Miner: olatoon sergeants, F.
Opal Hubble, Louise
garet Furr,
Alpha Epsilon; Sara Bethel. De.tu nasium that the boys were sick
The Cosmopolitan club, campus
Innes, Mildred ShafR. Wo ley, H. B. Helm, W. A. Luth
stuforeign-bor- n
Ztta; Jane Dyer, Alpha Gammn and dead on their feet against
The annual state high school de- Barton, Clara
er; platoon guides, S. sr. Musseiman,
Anne Coleman, Bliss War- organization for
Vanderbilt, but he explained that
the university fer
Elizabeth Jones, Kappa DelH. E. Talt, J W. McRoberts, C. V. bates will be held ataccording to a ren. Flora Knight. Nancy Reynolds, dents of the university, had charge
UeMoiscy and Sale are well o
vesper
ta: Mildred Nelson. Delta Delur"AfTmnn
L C. Johnson, W. M. Mirch 29 and 30,
Virginia Lee Pulliam, Ella McElroy. of the weekly Y. W. C. A.
the way to recovery and a few
statement issued by Prof. Louis
o'clock. Tues- The Best Scores of the Sea- Delta; Mina Pate. Kappa Kappa
XMarrn- - uerireant. L M. Mayes.
Louise Johnson, Edna Mae Kirk. services held at 6:45 23,
Alday would see them in the pink
Gamma; Muriel Wiss, Zeta Tau
in the recaptain, C. D. Bell; Clifton of the university Extension Virginia Moody. Betty Anne Pen- day night. February
riomnanv O:
son are Fired by
again.
department.
pha.
Neal. creation room of Patterson halL
(Continued on page Six)
Huson. Lois
Eliminating contests will be con- nington. Francis .Madelyn Shively.
In order that accurate record of "I am sorry we lost the VanderRiflemen
Nickolas Chepeleff. Russia, presmanhigh schools Elizabeth Jones
bilt game because I wanted to give
all votes may be kept, sales
ducted at the various
ident of the club, presided. In his
and Polly Lee.
throughout the state to determine Marjorie Weaver,Edsall, Clore Eng talk he stressed the smallness of
Shooting the best scores of the agers have been appointed by the tr:e university its first undefeated
Mnrv Louise
thee teams tp participate In the de land Marv Jo Armstrong. Mary the world community today, and current season, the various riflle sororities and fraternities and or team to compete in the Southern
bate tournament to be held at me Rtimrt Blackwell. Margery Fieber the impossibility of being world cit teams of the university won every ders for Kentuckians may be given Conference tournament, C o a c n
university.
Virginia izens with narrow nationalistic out match ln which they were engagea to them. Votes lor the candidates Rupp said,
Terrell,
Carolyn
be
I dont regret it personally, but
The subject of the debates will In- Mary Martha Gunterman, Hazel looks. He said also that the for- according to Capt. W. A. Cunning - may be cast in the Kentuckian of- vnuntr
nee and records of the votes will be I do regret that the boys were de
connected with unemployment
Nelson, Mary Lyter Robinson, Bet- eign students at the university are ham, coach of the teams.
tne
Funeral Service WW Re Held surance This subiect was used last ty Cunningham, Phoeoe lurner, willing at any time to attempt to The varsity team composed of ten available after the contest. cam- - nied an undefeated season DyThey
debates by
slim margin oi one point
i
In connection with the sales
1111 nointc nut nf u
answer questions regarding their
Cfi.rn'av for William M.'year ln
and Anna Myers Ross.
year, and I wish
cups are beinc practiced hard all
ior.lt ; rfhHt snirnd.
native countries and urged the risible WOO to win over four op- - paign. silver loving
;,
Miller. Cadet at Texas Avl- they might have come through for
of Iowa, the offered to the sorority and Irateni-SAmerican students to feel free to
the Idaho!
sake of the
at ion School
Lafayette Uni- - ity which sell the lareest number their sake and for theRupp continnterrogate them.
of
of Kentuckians and a cup is being student body," Couch
xt
r cint
Roger Capron, France, made an
individual who has ued.
William McClure Miller. 25 year's
Interesting talk, with Eugene
with T 383 out of a possible offered to the
-"We have a good raance to pull
while Florence the largest number of sales. Cups
old former university student, died
hirnnson acting as interpreter. ftW was
are on display tlv.s week at the through," were Coach Kupp's last
ot ana Wachs witS 380 were second.
Monday afternoon. February 20. at
He gave a brief comparison
words as the train pulled out of
university life witn mat in
the Fort Sam Houston hospital. San
The Varsity five man team com Tavern. the station lor Atlanta.
out posed of Florence. Parrish. Wachs
pointing
Though
Antonio, Texas. Cadet McClure was
America.
year KenThis year is the
lying in his
found unconscious,
manv likenesses, he stated that Perry, and Wallace, sco.eu i
,evv
rjAlUUIllOU
advanced
tucky has participated in the Southnearly s- - points out or a possiDie ..uou i"
automobile, with a bullet wound In
Featuring the presentation of grand march, led by the
be French student life Is not
1 ern Conference, tournament since it
R. O. T. C. corps men and their dates will
d
av or complex. There is a more shoot their four opponents, by an
his left temple. A gun was found newly-elecwas inaugurated in "JJ1. And it wu
rartet disnensed with this year.
no average of well over u hundred
by his side.
corps studious atmosphere: there are
: of auvanced
formal pledging
in 1921. as a S. I. A. A. participant,
The pledging
but points.
Billy" Miller, as he was known
.fraternities,
exhibition of
and
Following the
C.' cadets to Scabbard and sororities
that the Cats won the crown for
on the campus, was registered in exercSs ofVabbirt and B ade, R. o" T.
are held in club houses of
lances
which ends Monday. Feb the la.st time. Eacl ..ear since that
The R. O. T. C. team outscored
was
the Blade Is hailed as one of the prime the community.
won all ruary L'9.
the College of Engineering and fra- honorTry mimafraternltv,
their four opjxnients and
to w
2J men
the art department will time they have been u serious threat
a member of Kappa Alpha
Hal D. Bencomo spoke briefly on of their matches with a score ol
annual Military ball will be held events. Of the seniors and the
managed to win the
.
ternity. He left the university the
th Alumni irvmnasium. pledged, two are
Spanish songs and dances popular 3t89 points out of a possible 4000. present a unique exhibition of the but have never
They are
four gn"v?s necessaty.
n
,
by the Bhle Bnd others are Juniors,
spring semester of 1929. and later
imong the young folk of Spain. He The R. O. T. C. team led the Na- work of Miss Ruth Reeves,
bv
given lirsi consideration this year
went to San Antonio, Texas, where
wte orchestra and entertainment the d sponsors
then sang "La Paloma" and a tional Ritlle association for the week
and textile designpainter
....
by virtue of their 14 straight vicim.,..- h .ninrl the living service at
from 9 until 1 uiarence i
Spanish mountain song.
ending February 20, by averaging
.;.V.Jr continuous
The presentation will begin tories.
military fraternity. Sponsors to be
Kelly field. He was to have gradHoward Baker, born In China of 181.2 points per man. Their near- er.
Year
Finalists I.
Introduced to the dunce guests are America parents, described life at
held
March 1 at the Art Center and will
118.2.
uated Wednesday but was comGenerally considered by the R. O.
Regimental, Virginia Young; first shanghai University, stating that est competitor averaued me Their continue until March 25, according
Last vir. Ru. - first with the
over until the next class to
neuiesi
score of 90o' points lea
T. C. unit as the outstanding dance buttalion.
second
i
a
.successful one,
Jean Dawson:
plete his training, delayed because of the social culunder, the bull will
to mi announcement made by Pro- Wildeu: t.as went to the finals,
Intramural athletics are aimoKi as opponent by more than 50 points
Campbell
Runnells of the art depart- for tl e Cats by one point
an ear infection. He is the son be attended by cadets of the ad- battalion, Marguerite company B popular there as in America. The
of
Although the Fifth Corps Area fessor
in the
company A. Jane Dyer:
wheie they lost
.is very similar.
of the late Dr. W. M. Miller.
ment.
military corps in full dress Evelyn
matches have not yet been
'
Helen social life, he said
M seconds of play, when
and a graduate of Millers-bur- g vanced For other students the Wuiisch;Grubbs; companv C, Boyd'
The exhibition will include not
scores of the
The program was brought to a
nor have the
regalia.
sank
'( ey" Berger of Maryland
company E. Hetty
most reccir
Military Institute.
two violin numbers by
dress will be formal. Military splen company F, Marjorie Weaver; com- - close with Nedelkoff, Bulmirla, ac- various compel ing schools been onlv Miss Reeve's
mid
The theory thnt Miller commit- dor will be the note oi iiw
Tzvetan I.
Cunningham has work Ui cotton prints but also ...i ..unicame tloer.
ih.mv
'earned. Captain
to Atlanta last nielli
watkiiw; company I companied by Lois E. Neal.
Word
ted suicide has been abandoned and
lor
hopes of repeating the leat of two a group of p.iiiitiiit!s and drawums that Burton
The gym will be decoiuted Scab- - iMail, line bhivuy.
Maryland
Shipley,
the police are seeking a man who the affair by the pledi-.eof
vcars ano when the team won the from which the artist evo.ed tne coach is ill and might not be able
running .V. :.. ... t........
..... Hlnxt.on
Arrangements for the dance arr WASHINGTON AM'MNI Mil T
men llMlllS lor l 111 Clc.slUlls. mr ivee...- is suld to have been
Southern conference meet.
to attend the tourney. Maryland,
, wll( HIu) ln ,.na,M0 of a committee headec
compares lavuiab'v work. arcei'dilr-- to Pruf. sso.
from i the pluce where the cadet was ul
,,'uii- - was
v
w,
nth.-mum.
"
t.i
shows the close r"' i' n hip tied vnn Kentucky for conlcrence
Two members of the university with that made by Die winning
American Hans aim oy wiumm
lew teams
Jamefaculty while In Washington. D C I. am ol 11)31.
the tine and applied arts, leal, is one of ilthethe dope is In the
The cadet's mother, Mrs. W M
in tl.e national colors will b.,s are Kciward M.lhkan
teuniey. and
- widely
Miller, a teacher at the University Inl.aiue the patriotic spirit of the Owens John twii.K. unU lkai. for national conventions, addres.se.1
la Ids commniilv considered
Kor tins leason tlv ex- - will meet Kentucky in the Iinal.- as
Kazunjian.
members of the Washington
of Maryland, arrived Wednesduv
ai
TO 1VKOAIH AST CAMIS
will
.
of Kentucky Alumni club
morning at the home of Major and
should be of especial ll.'eresl juicy uiu iasi
Chain-rone. . ....
for the occasion
f
ua
A .lumber of K, ' .lucky fans ix- If nmrll
the
it 2 '30 o'clock Tucsilav. Felviiarv
Mrs. Batlington .Murl Station near
LI
be Pres. and Mrs
c'.it. :ton last ni;;hl
A brother.
Hart Miller. which will be extras, are scheduled
accounts of all
2:t. at the I'uiversitv club in Wash.
.
woik is modern, good in color tone, ;eted o
nus. nnu
eiiti'itainilH-lilWert
Among
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..... i., ,7 for Kan An- - lor the evening's breuk a fcieab- - Dean aim UliiiHling. major ui.u mm ington. Dean S.mili O Blanding Southern Conference tout n niieiit ....... lellects the intellectual attl- - CoachAtlanta. damage them Prof
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Sarah
ex(ra
and
Harry
,,f in- names in which the Wildcats pla
who was attending the National AsO. K. Meredith. Ci.pt and Uh. w
leaving bard and Blade special, will follow
aen fned miocii o'nuii. wuu win .ni-was
exii hll
will be broadcast by the Kensociation of Deans of Women, spoke
The
buck to Kentucky. Be lore
meet-..- .
e.erclses
the
through the courtesy of the Cotton Southern Conference football
tucky theater, beginning Fiuc-von "The University of the Past and
Texas a military fune
will broaduiwi ik hem. cir- - ing at Atlanta.
W. S. Taylor.
i.i;imu
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lunerai
Present", and Dean
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The Hen Ali theater
will be held.
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ciruAv who LrStounreon. ueui. una
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intervals.
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Education, fuokc
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Crlsculuted as a traveling exhibition by
H.
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Nine students have been nomin
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contest being sponsored by the cir
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One man student and
Kentuckian.
one woman student will be selected
as winners ln the contest and will
e
pictures in the
be given
annual. College Humor magazine
has promised to reproduce them in
its Hall of Collegiate Fame section.
Thursday. March 3, has been selected as the day on which graduating seniors may cast votes for the
Additional time also is
candidates.
being given for seniors to submit
petitions in addition to the nine
which have been turned In. Each
must be signed by 15 students.
Selection of winners of the contest will be based on the number of
votes cast by purchasers of the 1932
Kentuckian before March 7. Each
graduating senior who has paid his
senior dues and each purchaser of
the annual will be given 15 votes.
Seniors mav cast their votes from 9
until 5 o'clock Thursday. March J,
in tne Kentuckian office on the sec- ond floor of the Administration
building.
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(solution cnnnot Bpprrc-Int- p preparation and orp
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nor undrrstand tho rtTrrt It mrrt conditions found out of col- Thrsr vocational Riildanrp
has on tin- - nt it into of the outside
AND FIHMVf
rvm.TKIIFI) ON
f' ifikts will enable- women students
of Hrl! work to choose tlirlr life works with preat-h- v
As the ove:emphn'-t...
fralrrnitv men throui:liout, thclcr iiv;ij;ht and more thorouch as- Pr
N.'.lir" ill Oill-r- r
rro.
rouiitrv hus lirounht noon their or- - Mn nnce of success.
tinkv
Com ii. l
Irmt::'!!'!! HnfMfl
raniations much of the calumny
with which this particular no'.c of
PiuVt,t
or
.pnin-r
r.E
Icollecr life i.s regarded, many of
I.'Ainr
lv of Kn.l
'Hi,, little boy who riclmh'.ed in
the national Orrrk letter prat"rni-- i
jh'rnpl Km 2 "n
favvor of ,;,.roi atitiR his wooden desk with
ties ha' o cxpreed
llh tnn. Kv Ii I. I'll
its nbolishmcnt. F oni time to time carved designs and initials of all
inn
the very nature of activity hoist-- i varieties is supposed to have disap-ctou- s
and foolhardy has led tol reared, like the same desk. Into t lie
HFHF SHAM. HIE KKHNEI. rnFSS Alt.
serious consequences. Although the obscurities of the dim past. With
maintain
rrrnrvT
publicity these occasional unfortun- htm has, supposedly, gone his felI AWnFNC F HEDRON
ate o.1 urrenees have received is lows who delighted in choosing the
Managing Editor
rnnsF. THOMPSON
not indicative of their ppneral
mo't quiet and orderly classroom for
Assistant Editors
the reputation thus A- their hilarious pranks and celebraC. Wnrtu
Mnrvln
Jolin M Kane
d
tions.
cquired by a few students Is
Robert Baxter
ntiss Wnrrrn
to all.
They have been not dead, but
Sports Editor
PALPH E. JOHNSON
A day Is comitiK when all hazinK sleeping. For witness of this sad
IVrit.'
practices will bo eliminated: the revival one has only to keep one's
J ivlninr Adam
N.irbrrt rflmnbell
trend Is that way. University of eyes open in the university library.
John Pt John
Bunny Dny
Kentucky students entering their The little boy has grown up and
1011NN1E CRAI)IOCK
annual period of Hell week obser come to college, and now, to give
vance should realize the gradual es vent to his destructive tendencies
Societv Editors
Elrnnor Snutll tablishment of this condition and he strikes matches on the smooth
Fluty Hardin
Writer
y
act accord inch'.
white walls of the library
Lola Orubb
Ellf.alwMh Harrtin
or grinds his lighted cigarette into
Special Writer)
the expensive linoleum on the floor.
Jacq Roby
VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE His fellows assembling in library
James Curtlj
FOR WOMEN
seminar rooms, regale the studying
Literary Editor
DOROTHY TANNER
body with shouts and hoots
Sarah G. Blanding. dean ol wo- student
Hen s Editor
GILBERT KINOSnURY
men, assisted by her staff and by and bright remarks as they traverse
Assistant Hews Editors
the hall on their way to and from
Mary C. Terrell faculty and town women outstandHubert H MrOnnsliey
Oi orue M. 8peneer
Mary Alice Snlyers
ing in various professional fields. Is class.
spent
Last year the university
inaugurating, this semester, a plan
Reporters
of vocational guidance for women some $500,000 to erect on the campus
Jamea Palmer
Joan Cartiran
Herman Oraham
students of the university. At the for the benefit of the student body
Phil Ardery
C'hnrlton Wallace
Burnam Pearln.iui
firt semester registration period co the finest and most modern library
M:ir Calilvel
Jane Hamilton
rendered posforms on that circumstances
cds were given blank
Marjnrie Wrist
Dtmock
which to indicate their vocational sible. That students are abusing not
TThtv Ames Rrenrt
Betty Bovd
interests: this month interviews arc only the physical features of the
J.ihn Potter
Sarah DeLonr
Mrtlr Polk
being arranged between women stu building but its rules as well, esand advisers selected on a pecially those in regard to smoking
Business Manager dents
COLEMAN R SMITH
s'
interests. Al in the halls and vestibules, is a sad
basis of the
Assistants
Filyn Treabrss John Good Neil Dislunan though the guidance program Is in commentary on their respect and
its experimental stages, records will cratitude for the facilities provided.
Ad' erti; in a Slat
be kept of its successes and its fail
Bill Durrett
Ocar Hnipht
ures and there will come a time
CAMERON COFFMAN. Circulation Manaaci when it will be highly valuable both
to incoming and to matriculating
students.
FACULTY BASKETEERS
has long
Individual placement
Skeptical students, at times, inbeen a problem to college officials God rest the soul.
clined to doubt the usefulness of
throughout the country. It is for this Of Amos P. Sand
certain professors, or even of pro- reason that we have entrance test- He bid one
fessors In general, must bow,