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FRIDAY EDITION
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VOLUME XXVIII

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LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOBER

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Winter Season Of Guignol
Scheduled To Open Monday
Oct. 25 With 'First Lady9
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Mrs. Kalhryn Conlcy Wheeler
And Dr. - I Dantzler
Have leading Roles
In Play

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First Lady", the first of the plays
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of the Guignol theatre winter
is scheduled to op?n Monday
nisht. October 25. at the Guisnol
theatre on the University campus.
A comedy cf social life in the national cipitol. the play was written
by Katherine Dayton and George S.
Kaufman. This little theatre production is under the direction of
Frank Fcwler. who this year begins
hi tenth season at the Guignol.
Mrs. Kathryn Conley Wheeler,
who will have the prominent female role, is not a stranger to the
theatre goers as she has previously
appeired in three other Guignol
successes. "The Queen's Husband",
"March Hares" and Petticoat Fever."
Dr. L. L. Dantzler. head of the
English department, will give another of his character performance?
he assumes the part of Carter
Hibbard in this production. Other
Guignol plays in which Mr. Dant-rle- r
has participated are "Circles"
and "Animal Kingdom".
In "First Lady. Lucy Chas;
Wayne "Mary Lyons, daughter cf
a president and wife of the secretary of state, is determined that her
husband (Harlow Dean. Jr.- - shall
become president over the schemes
of Irene Hibbard Mrs. Wheel ?rt.
wife of a Supreme Court justice (Dr.
sea-eo-

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Kyian Pictures
Musi Be Taken
Before Nov.

11

Pictures for the 1938 Ken
turkian will have to be taken

on, or before, November 11,
if they are to appear in this
year's edition, it waa announced yesterday by Roger
Brown, editor of the annual.
Individual, clubs, and other
were
social organizations
nrged to have their prints
made as soon as possible at
the Lafayette studio, corner
cf Main and Mill streets.

M'VEY GREETS

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Mayor Reed Wilson Addresses
Conference Thursday At
First Meeting Of
Group

PROF. L. L. DANTZLER

DISCUSSIONS ARE
SCHEDULED TODAY

CAMPUS TO HEAR

'SWEET - SWING'
AT SUKY DANCE
Band
Garth House's
Will Render Rhythm At
First Pep Hop Of
The Year
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ON WHAS HOOKUP

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Heading the list of
who have taken in the most money
are Lambda Chi. Delta Chi.
Delta Theta, and Triangle. Among
the leading sororities are Kappa
Kappa Gamma, Kappa Delta, and
Chi Omega.
Over $100 has been turned in thus
far in the sale, and three cups,
which are to be awarded to the sales
winners, have been ordered.
Following a discussson on the
progress of tag sales, it was decided
to hold a dinner meeting at 6 o'clock
Tuesday. October 26. at the Triangle house. All money received
will go toward the furnishing of
the Student Union building.

AG COLLEGE TO HOLD
TWO-DA-

CONFERENCE

Problems connected with the
and use of electricity on
farms will be discussed in a two-daconference to be held at Lexington,
by the College of AgriculNov.
ture and rural electrification associations in Kentucky.
The conference will bring together directors and officers of rural
electrification
associations, superintendents, engineers and attorneys
of rural projects, members of the
Kentucky Public Service Commission, representatives of the Kentucky Farm Bureau and of the Rural
Electrification
Administration
in
Washington, and others interested
in the use of electricity on the larm.
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With a committee busily at work
sorting and selecting doubles for
movie stars, the "Hollywood premiere" to be staged next Wednesday and Thursday nights at the
Bon Ali theater promises to be one
of the most successful shows of the
school year.
Suggestions have been pouring into the tip boxes placed at strategic
A
points around the University.
student committee composed of
Ross J. Chepeleff, editor of The
Kernel, chairman; Roger Brown,
editor of the Kentuckian; Betty
Bakhaus. sponsor of the "Best Band
in Dixie." and Joy Edgerton, president of Strollers, is selecting the
doubles for the stars.
To make the show more interesting the names of the doubles will
be kept secret until the "stars" step
out of their limousines at the Ben
Ali the night of the show.
When the committee sorted the
coupons they found many hilarious
examples of student wit in the nominations of doubles.
Campus beauties and would-b- e
masculine
were nominated
lor the less lovely but more comical
stars. Grouoho Marx seemed
movie
to be the jokesters'
favorite
with more than 50 students and
faculty members nominated as the
comedian's double.

PARADE COMMITTEE
Officers
HEADED BY BREWER the Y. W.

big-sho- ts

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in the Art Center.
meeting several acts will be chosen
for the hour stage show to be put
on the night of the premiere. The
stage show is to be under the direc- Hon of Frank Fowler, director of
the Guignol theatre, and Elmer G.
Sulzer, University publicity director.
In addition to the University
talent stage show will be the first
showing of a new motion picture.
An orchestra made up from the
University band will also take part
in the show.
John Gage, manager of the pre

Pep Frolic

University Is Ho4 On Stoll
Field Saturday To First "
"Yankee" Squad To Invade Kentucky

Kentucky plays host tomorrow to
the first northern football tean
ever to visit the Blue Grass. Wildcat grid history fails to reveal a
single game played here with an
aggregation from above the Mason
and Dixon despite the fact that
local football includes a span of

trom-bron-

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for the

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the

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can do
tonight
Out of this

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With the Wildcats, Coach Wynne,
"The Best Band in Dixie," and the Mi
student cheerleaders all in attendance, SUKY's big pep rally will gel
under way at 7:30 o'clock tonight in
the alumni gym.
the
Kentucky-Manhattgame
on Stoll field.
With this, the third pep session of
the year, it is hoped that SUKY's
plan, now in progress, to initiate
pep rallies preceding each home
football game will become definitely
established as a campus custcm.
Climaxing the night's program of
JACK DALY, END
cheers, talks, and song, will be a
gala parade lead by the "Best Band
' by drum major
in Dixie, 'batoned
Berkley Benneson, which will begin
of march at the gymnasium
and from there down Limestone to
Main street. After the procession
has passed through the downtown
section, they will return to the gym
nasium by way of Rose street and
down Euclid.
Gathering Is Set
Gene Warren, president of SUKY, Informal
For Tonieht At 8 O'Clock
will be in charge of tonight's program assisted by a committee comIn Club Rooms Of McVey
posed of Evelyn Ewan. Louis Clark- Hall
son, and Mary Lou McFarland.
Announcement by James Salter,
Inagurating a series of informal
treasurer of SUKY, of the arrival of parties to be
held each Friday
the SUKY sweaters for the new
members received into the circle evening, the University faculty club,
last spring, was made Wednesday.
under the direction of the executive
committee, will open it3 year's program with an informal gathering at
8 o'clock tonight in the club room
on the third floor of McVey hall.
In planning a club program of
this type, it is hoped that these
Dean Cooper Presides Over group meetings will provide more
extensive entertainment than in the
Luncheon And Presentapast, and" will furnish an opportunition Ceremonies
ty for the fellowship of those with
Unveiling and dedication cere- similar interests. will be set up for
room
The
monies of a monument in tribute bridge card
playing, and special music
to Henry Clay, famed Kentucky in
dance rethe
statesman, as a pioneer importer cordings form of popular features of
will be main
and breeder of purebred livestock the new plan.
in Kentucky, took place Thursday,
club,
At a recent meeting of
at "Ashland." h'is former home on the following persons werethe
elected
East Main street.
to offices: T. M. Hahn. president;
Miss Henrietta Clay and Henry R. H. Weaver,
W. A.
McDowell Bullock unveiled the mon- Tolman. secretary;
D. H. Peak,
ument which was accepted by Wil- treasurer; Miss Mildred King and
liam B. Gess. Lexington attorney.
board;
W. W. Magill. executive
Wheeler McMillan, editor of the Victor Portmann, chairman of the
Country Home magazine and na- house committee.
tionally known speaker on subjects
appointed
by Mr.
Committees
dealing with livestock, was principal Portmann were as follows: dance
speaker at the ceremonies.
committee. Merton Oyler. chairman.
The unveiling of the monument Miss Estelle Adams, and C. F. Krew-sobridge committee, R. D. Haun,
followed a luncheon given at 12:30
p. m. at the Lafayette hotel. Dean chairman, Hobart Ryland, and Mrs.
Thomas P. Cooper, of the College of D. H. Peak; and Friday informals.
Agriculture, presided at the lunch- Miss Mildred King.
eon and at the presentation.
Speakers at the luncheon were
President Frank L. McVey, Samuel
Guard, editor of the Breeders' Gazette, Pencer, Ind.; Garth Ferguson.
State Agriculture Commissioner;
Judge Samuel M. Wilson. Lexington June Lassing Is Elected To
Succeed William Meir
historian and attorney; W. R. Belknap, livestock breeder; and Prof.
As President
W. S. Anderson, formerly of the
College of Agriculture staff, who
Committees were selected to plan
has made a study of Mr. Clay's activities of the German club dur
importations.
ing the coming year at a meeting
held Monday afternoon in the
Woman's building.
William Meir resigned as presi
dent of the club and was succeeded
by June Lassing. A program com
mittee was appointed consisting of
Walter Flippin. Somerset, has Joseph E. Bourgeois, chairman;
been appointed by Dr. Frank L. Mc- Charlina Corbin. and Mary Godbey.
Vey as student member of the UniThose is charge of refreshments
versity Athletic Council to fill the are Eilen J. Schoene. chairman;
vacancy created by the sudden
Knapp. and Nancy Harrison.
death two weeks ago of Robert Fred membership committee is com
The
Freeberg, Des Plaines, 111.
posed of Verne Robinson, chairFlippin, a second year law stuTulip Feigin. and J.
Ubben.
dent, is a member of Phi Delta man; next meeting willH.be held
The
Theta social fraternity. He formerly November 6. Dues for the year were
played on the freshman golf team
cents.
and is a pledge to Phi Delta Phi, set at 50
honorary professional law fraternHONORARY HOLDS INITIATION
ity.

adjournment.

Ali.
A meeting of doubles who
speciality acts will be held

Pre-Gam-

Red Simpson,
May Start At Post Left
By Coleman

FIRST HOP TODAY

However out of the mass of suggestions the committee was able to
select approximately
40 students
who are actual doubles for movie
stars. A talent meeting of this
group was held last night in the
Art Center.
It is not too late to suggest students for doubles to take part in
the premiere. A suggestion coupon
will be found on page 3 of today's
Kernel. This should be filled out
and dropped into a suggestion box
as soon as possible. Boxes are to
be found in the Commons. University post office. Administration
building and the lobby of the Ben

Third

'Cats. Wynne, Yell Leaders,
"Best Band In Dixie"
To Be Present

of the freshman group of
the ensuing year
have been chosen, it was announced
yesterday by Rae Lewis, leader of
the group.
Officers include: Janet Fergus,
chairman; Billie Dyer, associate
chairman; Dorothea Cummins, secretary; Mattigene Palmore, program
chairman; Marion Valleau and Ruth
Duncan, program committee.
C. A. for

'Hollywood Premiere' Pronounced Sure-fir- e
fraternities
Success As Votes For Star Doubles Pour In
Phi

fice.

'Cats-Jasper- s

VISITORS' PAST SHOWS
MICHIGAN STATE WIN

CADETS TO HOLD

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Intersectional Beacon Finds
In Grid Duel;
SuKy Holds Pigskin Rally
PARADE TO CLIMAX
CHEER FESTIVITIES

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brasses, reeds, or violins. A violo
Following the opening session of is another new addition to the perthe 25th annual Kentucky confer- sonnel. Featured vocalists with the
band are Bill Fuchs and Jasper
ence for social work held yesterday Hodson.
afternoon in the ballroom of the
The dance will be formal for
Phoenix hotel. Dr. Frank L. McVey girls and the usual six
welcomed all visiting delegates tt will be included in the evening's
a general meeting last night in entertainment. Subscriptions to the
cents.
affair will be seventy-fi- ve
Memorial hall.
The committee on arrangements
Mayor Reed Wilson of Lexington is composed of Alice Bailey, James
inaugurated the conference Thurs- Quizenberry, and Curtis Bumgard-ne- r.
day morning, with Doctor Breckin
ridge, professor of public welfare
at the University of Chicago, and
Katherine Lenroot, of the United
States department cf labor, as the
principal speakers for the session.
Neva Boyd, professor of sociology
university,
at Northwestern
and
Richard Seaman, Berea, of the Kentucky mountain workers, led the
A
discussion yesterday afternoon.
Will Be Held From 4
dinner meeting of the American as- Dance
To 6 O'clock In Alumni
sociation of social workers was held
Gym With Bill Cross Prolast night.
Round table discussions, limited
viding Music
to 30 members, are scheduled from
2 to 4 p. m. today in various rooms
The first cf three cadet ihops
of McVey hall, it was announced by scheduled for this semester will be
Dr. Morris G. Caldwell, assistant held from 4 until 8 o'clock today in
professor of sociology, in charge of the Alumni gym. Bill Cross and his
the reservations.
orchestra will provide the music.
Sponsored by Scabbard and Blade,
The Friday evening session will
honorary military fraternity, these
be in the nature of a general meeting in Memorial hall with Dr. M. E. hops were held last year and proved
popular with the university stuDimock. professor of public administration at the University of Chi- dents.
cago, discussing "Problems in PlanThe dance committee, composed
ning for a Social Welfare Program." of Coleman Judy, chairman; Jack
Saturday morning's session will Shanklin. Orville Patton, and Charinclude two round tables. Dr. W. A. ley Maddox. announced that the
Hacker, assistant superintendent of two succeeding hops will be held on
social service and special education November 12 and the first Friday
for the Indianapolis public schools, following the Christmas holidays.
will lead the discussion on "Ths Bill Cross' band will also play for
Problem of the Visiting Teacher. ' these dances.
A Military Ball will be given by
Dr. Willem Van de Wall, professor of music education at the Uni- Scababrd and Blade sometime durversity, director of the Carnegie ing the latter part of February, but
foundation of the community music the definite date has not yet been
study project in Kentucky, and rep announced. Last year the honorary
resentative of the Russel Sage foun- secured Anson Weeks and his ordation, will speak on "The Fine chestra for the affair. They will
endeavor to secure another "name"
Arts as Tools in Social Work."
A sumary of the conference and a band for this season's function.
business meeting at 10 a. m. Safer-da- y,
will bring the conference to YW FRESHMAN GROUP

Man-O-W-

NEW SERIES NO. II

22, 1937

Presenting something
entirely
novel to the campus in "sweet-swinGarth House and his newly
organized
band will make
their initial appearance in the University alumni gymnasium from 9
to 12 tomorrow night, when SUKY
pep circle will give Its first dance
of the year, following the Kentucky-Manhatt- an
football game.
It is possible that the dance will
be broadcast over WHAS from 11 :30
to 12 o'clock, but complete plans
for this arrangement have not been
made, it was announced by Gene
Warren, president of SUKY.
In reorganizing his band. Garth
House, a University student, is trying to bring an entirely new style
of dance music to the campus. His
as a background
melody, carried either

Lt. Col. B. E. Brewer, head of the
military science department, was
elected chairman of a committee
to plan an Armistice day parade at
a meeting of the
post
No. 8 of the American legion Wednesday night.
Other members of the committee
include Major Reed Wilson and
other important Lexington citizens.

p. m. TODAY
ALUMNI GYM

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New Style Music And Unique
Arrangements Claimed
By Leader

ks

Miss Mary Wroad Brown. Latin
teacher at Henry Clay high school
will play the part of Bell Hardwick
in tlus behind the scenes protrayal
of the capital personalities.
Harlow Dean. Jr.. University 'senior will as Stephen Wayne, the
VIRGINIA ROBINSON
husband of Lucy Wayne (Mary Lyons) receive the much sought after
nomination for the presidency of
the United States. Dean is well
known for his character part in
"The Distaff Side" last season.
Miss Virginia Robinson, who will
play the role of Emmy Paige, has
been seen before in the Guignol
productions of "Queen's Husband".
"Peter Pan" and "Mid Summer Mclean, Hillenmeyer, Pettus,
Night's Dream"-- Ransdell And Covington
Two stage sets have been constructed by the stage crew under the
Are Initiated By Cwens,
direction of William Quirey for the
Scphomore Honorary
production. One of the sets,
first
the library of the Supreme Court
Theta chapter of
Justice, is being built so that it will sophomore women's Cwens, national
honorary held
fit inside the other, the living-rooinitiation for five pledges at 6:30
of the Secretary of State's home.
hoThe cast and their character o'clock. Tuesday, at the Phoenix
names are as follows: Sophy Pr?s- - tel. The new members are Sara
oott, Dorcthy Clay: Charles. John Ransdell. Dorothy Hillenmeyer, VirLynn; Emmy Paige. Virginia Rob- ginia Pettus, Sarah Elisabeth McLean, and
inson; Lucy Chase Wayne. Mary ' Following Betsy Covington.service, a
the initiation
Lyons; S'.ephen Wayne, Harlow
banquet was served in the ThorDean. Jr.; Belle Hardwick. Mary oughbred room.
Guests of honor
Wood Brown; Mrs. Ives. Frances
B.
Arnold South ; Ann Forrester, Eliza, were the initiates, Mrs. Sarah Le-bHolmes, advisor; and Mrs. L. M.
beth Clay; A congressman's wife,
honorary member.
Frieda Rcss; Her Friend. Hazel
On Tuesday afternoon preceding
Perkins;
The Baroness. Barbara
McVey; Senator Ortega, J. Edwardo the initiation services, the active
a Chinese.
Clarence Cwens served at a tea from 3:30 to
Hernandez;
Geiger; a General, Gayle Fields; 5:00 p. m. at the Women's building
the town
Mrs. Creevey. Mary Sue Waldrip: for organized girls and those staying
in
houses.
Mrs. Davenport, Dorothy Love
line were Mrs.
Senator Keane. Dougla." L. In the receiving Lang. Y. W. C. A.
M. Lebus, Anne
n
Whitcomb; Thomas Hardwick,
Cwen
Thomas; Irene Hibbard. Mrs president; Hazel Perkins,
president; Eleanor Snedeker,
A.
Katherine Conley Wheeler: Bleeck-r- r. A. president; Frances Sadler, W. W.
A.
Sidney Buckley; Carter Hibbard S. president;
Ecton, Mortar
Ruth
Dr. L. L. Dantzler; George Mason. Board president;
and Mary Eliaza-bet- h
Frank Hord; Ellsworth T. Ganning.
Koppius, A. W. S. town repreRosenblum;
Milton
and Jason sentative.
Fleming, William Stair.
I
CXl'B ELECTS OFFICERS
.
El Ateno Castellano. Spanish club,
AnnOUnCeS
(elected the following officers for the
1:
rr
Ti
year 1937-3at a meeting held
Tuesday in tne Women's building:
CQ10 JL
OaiC
Taylor,
Maria
president;
Natalie
Corbon.
Top ranking fraternities and so- John E. Keller, secretary-treasure- r.
rorities in the sale of ODK tags
mere announced at a meeting of
Omicron Delta Kappa Tuesday afternoon in the Kernel business of-

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Will Commence At 7:30

Friday Evening Session Will arrangements feature
three
Be Held In Memorial
Hall

NEL

CADET HOP

miere, stated yesterday that "Lex
ingtons Hollywood premiere promises to.be one of the most successful
that I have had the pleasure of
managing." Mr. Gage has managed
premieres in many large Southern
and Western cities.
The purpose of the premiere is
to give Lexingtonians an idea of
how a real Hollywood premiere is
conducted.
Doubles of the stars will arrive
at the Ben Ali theater in limousines. They will speak to the as
sembled crowd, be photographed by
the oniclal premiere photographer,
and then enter the theater to take
part in the
stage show.
Stars who will he doubled Include
such beauties as Kay Francis, Janet
Gaynor, Simone Simon, and Clau
dette Colbert; such gallant lovers
as Robert Taylor, Franchot Tone,
Clark Gable and Tyrone Powers,
and such comedians as Laurel and
Hardy, Eddie Cantor, Ned Sparks,
and Ed Wynn.
In the Tuesday edition of The
Kernel it was announced that the
Hollywood premiere replica would
be held Thursday and Friday. Since
then the date has been changed.
The premiere will be held Wednesday and Thursday nights, October
27

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28.

Tonight In Alumni
Gymnasium

MANHATTAN CAPTAIN

STAR

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FACULTY CLUB

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ED "KRIS" KRINGLE, BACK

PLANS PARTIES Welfare Workers

Monument Dedicated
In Honor Of Clay

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German Club Plans
Activities For Year

Flippin Appointed
To Athletic Council

Hold Conference
Varry

Is Principal Speaker
At Second Annual
Meeting

Miss Ethel Verry, assistast professor of child welfare at the University of Chicago, was the principal speaker at the second annual
Child Welfare Institute held this
week in the College of Education.
to
"The Application of Case-Wo- rk
Problems of Child Welfare" was
the general theme of the five sessions.
Attended by members of civic
clubs, county child welfare boards,
and social agencies, the three day
conference mas under the direction
of Mrs. Mabel B. Marks, director of
the child welfare division.
Dr. Vivien M. Palmer, assistant
professor of sociology at the University, was the opening speaker at
the first session Monday morning.
Russell Drake of Chicago, research
associate in the Public Administration Service, spoke Monday afternoon.
Sponsored by the Kentucky Child
Welfare Division, the institute was
held in connection with three other
institutes under the direction of
the Kentucky Conference of Social
Work.

Illness Fatal T
Professor's Mother
Mrs. Maggie Highland Shannon,
mother of Dr. Jasper B. Shannon,
a mpmher of the political science
department at the University, died
at 4:15 p. m. Sunday at her home
on the Concord pike in Nicholas
county. Mrs. Shannon had been ill
for a week.
She was a native of Nicholas
where she had resided
nnntv
all her life. Her only survivor is
her son.
Funeral services were held at the
Mather funeral home in Carlisle at
10 a. m. with the Rev. Robert Johnston of the Disciples faith officiating. Burial followed in the family
lot in the Carlisle cemetery.

Dancing Classes
Will Be Resumed

fifty years.
Pigskin sages have rated tomorrow's Kentucky Manhattan battle as
one of the nation's outstanding intersectional games. The kickoff is
scheduled for 2 o'clock and StoU
Field's largest crowd is anticipated.
Manhattan will arrive here today
with a line hailed as the Bronx's
"Seven Blocks of Granite." The Jasper's opposition has found Meehan's
forward wall nearly impassable for
to date for only one touchdown has
been scored through the New Yorkers' defense.
The Yankee line Is composed of
seven muscular Gargantuans, responsible for much of the Jasper
However, their
offensive power.
backfield includes some outstanding
talent like Tubby Savage, fullback;
Al Caruso, quarterback: Vic Fusia.
halfback; and Kris Kringle, triple

threater.
In the line at end is Cart. Jack
Daly whose performances last year

nods from
won him
many metropolitan scribes. The re.
mainder of the bulwark consists of
Kovacs,
Dorsey. Moffitt.
Zuck,
Jocher an'l Shula.
Last fall the Wildcats traveled
up to Ebbets Field, home of the
Broklyn Dodger baseball heroes and
present stomping ground of Bert
Ralph Kercheval, and
Johnson.
Shipwreck Kelly, all who perform
for the Dodgers pro football corporation. In the Battle of Brooklyn in
1936. Kentucky lost to Manhattan.
7,
in a game which saw the
Greenies hold the ball for three
quarters of the engagement. It was
not until the last few minutes or
olay that the Cat attack waa ignited and in about three minutes
drove ninety yards to a touchdown.
The game tomorrow ru'f" a
home and home series w.
Bronxmen.
.
:. n- So far this season Manha-"smothered St. Boneventu-- Maryville means to us
Texas A fe M. 14--7; upset Micnigan
State. 3 0; and was avalanched by
a man named Wysocki of Villanova
who scored all 20 points for his
team against Manhattan last Saturday.
Ever since the Washington and
flood last week
Lee touchdown
Coach Wynne has been whippin?
his charges through vigorous blocking and tackling drills. Prominent
change in the Kentucky lineup
during the week was the shifting
of Red Simpson to halfback in place
of the missing Tommy Coleman.
Hodge seems definitely to have woo
Simpson's fullback berth. But be
cause Red is such an excellent tackier and blocker he has been shifted
to offensive halfback and defensive
fullback. His presence in the lineup
(Continued on Page Six)
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Kampus
Kerneb

Miss Leila Bush Hamilton has
The Dutch Lunch club will meet
again opened her classes in ball
room dancing for the benefit of men at noon. Friday, at the Maxwell
and women students of the Univer- - Street Presbyterian church.
sity. Classes will be held from 4 to
A meeting of the world fellowship
6 p. m. on Tuesday, and 7 to 9 o'- -'
gioup will be held at 3 p. m.. Monclock on Saturday.
I
Lessons are given in a series of day, in the Woman's building.
' four' at the Women's gym, with, a
The music group of the YWCA
Chi Delta Phi, English honorary fee of 50 cents per lesson.
KELLY IS AUTHOR OF
at 3 p.
sorority, held an initiation last
This is Miss Hamilton's fifth con- will meet building. m. Monday in the
ARTICLE IN COLLIER'S night for Grace Silverman Leslie secutive year as dancuig Instructor Woman's
Lee Jones, and Inez Baston.
'at the University.
Presidents of all organizations
John "Shipwreck" Kelly, former
which wish to have a page in the
University of Kentucky star grid
1938 Kentuckian are requested to
player, is the author of an article.
see Jimmy Miller, business manager,
"They Give the Spark." which apor John Morgan, hi the Kernel Bus.
peared in the October 23 issue of
iness office in the basement of McCollier's magazine. Kelly, owner of
Vey hall.
the Brooklyn Dodgers, professional
football team, discusses the need of
every team for a player who will
Rites Held
act as a sparkplug and spur the
"Breakfast for Two." starring who endeavors to make a man of
team to greater efforts.
By
Sigma
Barbara Stanwyck and Herbert him. Slap-stic- k
humor, provided
One of the greatest halfbacks Marshall, will be
the feature at- by comical Eric Blore, prevails
Kentucky has ever had. he graduPledging services of Theta Sigma
traction of the second "College throughout.
ated from the University in 1933.
Price of admission to "College Phi. honorary journalism fraterniNight" program opening tonight at
Night'" will be 25 cents when ac ty for women, were held at 5 p. m.
8 o'clock at the Kentucky theater. companied
by the coupon which Thursday, at the Whitney farm. A
Basketball
Special shorts Include a sports may be found ekewhere in today's picnic supper was given in honor ef
film, "Sporting Comparisons." Emil Kernel. Tickets will be on sale to- the pledges later in the evening by
Coleman and his band in a musical day at the University book store as the alumnae chapter.
"bouncing ball" novelty, and a well as the Kentucky box office.
Those pledged were Hazel Douth-it- t.
Monday
s
comedy. A "What Do You Know?'' Students are urged to purchase
Marian Mehler and Urith Lucas,
contest with a jackpot of $2,114 will
in the afternoon if possible seniors; Martha Moore. Mary WalkVarsity and freshman baskbe conducted as a portion of the in order to avoid the rush at the er Christian and Jean McElroy,
etball practice mill begin at
evening's entertainment.
juniors.
theater tonight.
3:30 p. m. Monday, October
Through the cooperation of The
The main feature "Breakfast for
Officiating at the services were
25, in Alumni gym, accordTwo." centers around Herbert Mar- Kernel. "College Night" will be Leslie Lee Jones, president: Vera
ing to an announcement yesshall, a playboy who tosses the fam- continued for the rest of the year if Gillespie, secretary: Marjorie Reis-o- r.
terday by Coach Adolph Rupp.
ily fortune into the hands of the its popularity with the students is
treasurer; and Beth Doyle,
receivers; and Barbara Stanwyck maintained.
alumna.

'Breakfast For Two' Heads
Tonight's College Program

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COMPLETECAMPUS COVERAGE

An
Alumnus

Suggests

T

the "Ixuers to

1 the Editor" column
of todax's Kfrmx
a rmmunica- tion written by an
ap-jwa-

alumnus who tails attention to the distracting
conduct of thoughtless students in the stadium
on occasion of our football games.
The writer jxiints out forcefully and strikingly
what is recognised as a fact. Too many students
conduct themselves like hooligans wholly ob
livious of the presence of representatives of the
public and citizens of the state who are their
guests.

The contention is set up by the writer that so
long as students themselves take no more inter
est in the battle being fought for them by their
team than to distract the players by boos, cattails, and the worn-ou- t
proclamation of "Fight"
(in the stands), then in view of their team's in
jei foi mance, student deportment is
different
more culpable than the coaches or players'
iiK-iocrity.
Thf Kirnfi. believes that the jjosition taken
by its communicant in his dignified letter carlies a point of vital issue and hereby, spurred
bv i lie wi iter's advice, calls undergraduate at
tention to this friendly criticism and urges that
henceforth the more thoughtful of the student
Ixtdy try to act more like gentlemen and ladies,
When giving voice to your observation ri con
versation, you dislike interruption.
Imagine
how your team, which has slaved on the practice
field all week, feels when the students brawl and
condemn its efforts.
Ixt him who is without fault cast the first
blackball.

Barrie
Leaves A
Problem

QiR Jmf.s

aJ has

SIDESHOW

Letters To

The Editor

Smith

Paul LHlrMce
NEVILLE TATCM

mniliiiH!H!mimn!minmmnttami
of the controversy one will taVe. Miss Bergner tttlllllllllliimmt
understood the author's meaning of the character she jiort rayed. For this reason Sir James
thought her performance liest.
Critics should remember that, in many inBy DON IRVINE
stances, that which the writer thought was his
best work has proved to be so. Dickens thought LIKE A WHITE clapboard vampire, the Art Center
after each sundown to become a place of violent and
that "David Gopjiei field" was the best of his
walls, looking brownly
variable activity. Its beaver-boar- d
woiks. Today this is still held to le true. Con-la- d down upon all comers, view without concern the diligent inwas fond of "Ixml Jim," and now one re- dustry that often continues until midnight.
The turbulence
gards this feeling as justified. Scott had an es- of high voices, low voices, maldroit musicians, emoting acpecially good on'nion of "The Antiquary," and tors, and clamor of all kinds furnish a blaring aestheticism
can be heard in Boyd hall.
many share that opinion today. Perhaps Sir that
Is it not jxissible for the
James Barrie was right.
Tuesday night there was a fury
critic to lie in error? Mav not his stan