Alpha Sigs Entertain v
Moving Epidemic Assails Uni
the pleasant social events
versity Greeks Who Swap
of the past week was a smoker given
Homes, Build New Ones
by the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity
and Search City
Thursday evening, September 16, at
their house, followed by a party at


number of freshman boys were
guests of the fraternity at this time.

' Dingus-Alle- n
Miss Alka Dingus and Sir. Norman

.married July 31 at the
home of the bride at Louisa, Ky.
?Irs. Allen was formerly a student
at cerea, ivy. .air. niic-ii, who is u
..inative of Hueysville, Ky., was a student at the university last year and
was state editor of the Leader. He
has accepted the position of editor of
.the Big Sandy News at Louisa where
the ycung couple will make their

Pardon-Bunc- h

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Pardon
annuonce the marriage of their





E. Bunch
'Saturday, September eighteenth
One thousand, nine hundred and
Mr. Marion

twenty-si- x


Louisville, Kentucky
Mr. Bunch was d graduate of the
university, class of 1925, an assistant
in the departments of "Bacteriology
He was also a mem
and Psychology.

ber of Delta Tau Delta fraternity.

Deltas Entertain
Delta Epsilon chapter of Delta Tau
were hosts at a dinner at Shak
ertown, on Monday evening, Septem
ber 13, in honor of a number of boys
who are entering the university this
Members of Delta Epsilon chapter
attending were: Hubert Crowder, M
O. Crowder, Ray Baker, Louis Wachs,
Kenneth Baker. John Bullock, Warren
Price, Donald McWain. Harold Davis,
Findley Davis, Penrose Ecton, James
Shropshire, Dudley Capellfe, Arnold
Combs, Ray Eversole, Sterling Kerns
Kappa Sigma
Beta Nu chapter of Kappa Sigma
entertained with a series of delightful parties in honor of a number of
incoming freshmen.
A luncheon at the Phoenix hotel
Thursday at 1:30 o'clock, a party at
Sunset, Friday evening, and a smoker
given at the fraternity house on East
Maxwell, Saturday evening proved a
charming way of making the fresh

Atkins, Dorothy Hubbard
Lyda Anderson, Jennie Mahan, Louise Broaddus, Alice Blandford, Anna
Welsh Hughes, Alice Knoble, Mary
Lewis Marvin, Edith Moore, Nancy
Wood Chenault, Elisabeth Williams,
Dorothy Blatz, Geraldine Cosby, Eliz-




sum-centl- y.


Weicome Back
To ScbOOi



as anxious
WE are just to our store for get freshmen,
drop in
are for the upperclassmen to
friendships. Lexington isn't
when State has
for the
summer. We're glad to have
in and




A number of English people are agitating for an English mottto for the
city of London.

Festivities for House Party .
The Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority

home. Saturday evening a progressversity this fall.
The house. Tvas beautiful with many ive dinner party was given. The first
fall flowers and the decorations were course was served at the home of Miss
Elizabeth Wood, on the Bryan Station
carried out in the fraternity colors
The main course was served
at the home of Miss Katherine Best
Kappa Delta
the salad course at the home of
Among a series of parties given for and
the new students at the university by Miss Margaret Thompson and the
last course at the home of Miss Emily
Kappa Delta sprority, were
Coleman, on the Winchester pike.
bridge and a house dance.
The luncheon bridge was given on Sunday afternoon the sorority enterSaturday afternoon at Shakertown tained with an open house for the
Inn and the dance at the chapter men of the university. Dinner r was
The served Sunday at the house.
house on Saturday evening.
parties terminated with an afternoon
Miss Elliott and Mr. Nixon Marry
reception at the sorority house on
The following announcement was
sent from Pikeville:
A wedding of prominende occurred
The following articles appeared in
Lexington papers during the sum here .Monday yhen Miss Elizabeth
Elliott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Elliott, was given in marriage
Camping at Cheerie Lodge
The Alpha Xi Delta sorority of the to Mr. Jesse Carlyle Nixon. The nupUniversity of Kentucky enterfained tials were held at the home of the
with a camping party at Camp bride's parents which is across the
Cheerie lodge on the Kentucky river river from Pikeville.
The wfedding was a quiet but atfor a week.
Those who attended were; "Misses tractive affair. The home was dec
orated in garden flowers carrying out
the color scheme of white and gold.

was enjoyed by alumni, active mem
bers, and rushees.

Alpha Tau Omega Entertains
On Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock
Alpha Tau Omega entertained a number of new students of the university
with a banquet in the Palm room of
the Phoenix hotel.
The table was beautifully arranged.
The decorations were in the fraternity
colors, blue and gold.
Dr. E. I. Scrivner, L. E. Nollau, and
Bart Peak gave interesting talks on
college life. The banquet was attend-de- d
by alumni, active members, and
Delta Chi
The members of the active chapter
of DeJta Chi were hosts at a smoker
given Monday evening at their chapter.' house on East Maxwell. The affair
proved to be a delightful way of welcoming the new boys entering the
university this fall.
On Tuesday evening a dinner at the
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the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, spent,
several weeks on an extended tour
of Arkansas during the summer,
Miss Nancy Mary Wilson, another
member of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority,
spent the summer at Olympia
Miss Elizabeth Wood, a member
of the Kappa Kappa uamma sorority.
spent iauor uuy wun jiiss
Hagan, of Covington,
Miss Julia Halley, of Chicago, who
was formerly a student at the univer-p- a
sity and a member of the Kappa Delta
sorority, is visiting relatives in
ington prior to returning to Chicago,
where she will attend the Chicago Art

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Loveft, Dorothy
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Department of AutomoC. L- Warren, Mr. and
Schenk, Mrs.
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Mrs. Richard Hopkins, Mrs. Margaret
Stanley Courtney, of Cynthiana,
John C. Riley, a graduate of '25
Crutchcr; Messrs. Tom
who attended the university several is still in South America, but expects
OTHERS REPAIR DOMICILES Coons, Rudy Boyd, Buddy Blatz, IS READY FOR USE NOW years ago, will return to school this to return here in time for the Pi Kap- -'
Gccrire Kavanaugh. Charles Todd,
camp next spripg.
Among several new buildings con- fall.
Several fraternities and sororities james Simpson, J. D. Wood.
Jack Warren, former business man- and Bruce
Frederick McClane
have changed their locations during pave Knobel and Mrs. Bessie Cosby structed on the university campus this
of the Kentucky Kernel, is
snmmpiv nno nf tVip mnst imnnrtant. is Fields, of Newport, were gilests of
the summer. A few have
,vere chaperones.
the Phi Kap chapter while in Lexing- - managing "The Coal Field Progress,"
a modern classroom and laboratory
their homes and others have, pur- of Norton, Va.
just completed which will be used by ton aurinp cne Rummer.
chased new houses.
Camping Party
Hosie Toler will be connected with
James Ewing, of Louisville, a for
Members of the Sigma Alpha Ep- - the department of automotive
lpha Gamma Epsilon frater- The
Louis during the coming
This building is being mer student at the university, will a firmbut St.
Mr. Leonard Tracy, the son of Mr- nity has moved into the former Pi silon fraternity were hosts for a eering.
expects to return to school
equipped modernly and according to attend Virginia Military Institute year
Kappa Alpha house at 273 bouth camping party at Idlewild on the Ken- and Mrs- - Stuart Tracy, who gradu- in '27.
David N. Singer, head of the depart this fall.
tucky river, from Sept. 8 to 15.
Messrs. Dick Tyler and Loren Seif- - ated in June from the University of
ment of automotive engineering, will L Elmore Vossmeyer, who was grad
Members of the chapter who at- Cincinnati, Kentucky, has been with the Herald-wer- e
ThP Alnhu Siirs have been located
compare favorably with shops ot its uated from the university last June, erman, of the University of
visitors at the Pi Kap house re- - Post, in Louisvillef"during the
since last June in their new home at tended the camp are Messrs. Ralph kind in the larger eastern universities. is engaged in the insurance business
e has recently joined the news
Connell, 'ihomas Armstorng, Henry
433 East Maxwell street.
The building is two stories in height in Newport, Ky.
Miss Edith Thomas, a member of staff of The Lexington Herald.
The A. T. O.'s have remodeled the Lee Woods, Rice Green, Frank Phipps, and is 30 by 30 feet in dimensions.
Hobart Grooms, another graduate
same house they occupied last year. Gayle Mohney, J. L. Darnaby, Newton The upper floor is light and pleasing
The Delta Tau Deltas have moved Meal, fcagar mggins, Ayie wniteneaa, in appearance. It will be used for
from South Limestone street to 266 Lon Rogers, Paul Porter, Frank lecture and. demonstration purposes.
Brown, Henry Lewis and Beverly
Lexington avenue.
Its equipment will include products
The Pi Kappa Alphas now occupy Wadell.
The guests included Misses Betsy . .
the house on the corner of Rose and
na RpnprJll Mntm.
Maxwell street which they purchased Bennett, o f Richmond;
Hennetta studebak
et& Here sophomore and
last spring.
jnnior engineers will reeWe an in
The S. A. E.'s painted and remod of Henderson; Bessie Benton, of Win- course q gtud concernm the
house at 230 South Limestone Chester; Willy King, of Lexington;
latest developments in auto mechan
Bessie Abbott, of Henderson;
which they occupied last year.
ism. A Liberty aeroplane motor will
The Pi Kappa Taus have moved Mr. Joseph, Denham and Mr. Donald also furnish, an interesting part of the
into the house at 277 South Limestone Whitehead of Harlan; Shelby
Richmond; Paul Rice, of Paris,
street lately vacated by the Delta
The downstairs room will be used
and Stanley Milward, of Lexington.
for laboratory purposes and is to bo
The Sigma Beta Xi fraternity is
equipped with the newest laboratry
now located at 276 South Limestont
Camping Party at Cheery Lodge
acquaintmachinery. Here the latest develop-- 1
street. They purchased the home last
The Alpha Delta Theta sorority of
re-ne- w
ed we
the University of Kentucky enter ments in the industry will be studied
The Sigma Cms are building a new tained with a camping party at Cheery and experimental and research work
LEXINGdone. Hereafter no repair work on
home. It will be completed in Octo- Lodge, on the Kentucky river, at
will be done, according to Mr.
Clifton from Friday, September 10, cars
ber or November.
The Alpha Xi Deltas have moved to the 17th.
to Mr. Singer manyj
from Limestone street to 129 East
Mrs. Anne Nekl and Mrs. Ellie
graduates of this department of thej
Maxwell street.
see us.
Gooch ere the chaperones.
College of Engineering have entered
The Chi Omegas have moved into
Friday evening the sorority gave a the automotive engineering field and
the house next door to the one which
You Know the Place
pecial dance at the camp.
many have already achieved brilliant
they occupied last year.
If You've Forgotten
who were in the success.
The members
The Tri Delf house will be located
amping party are:
at 355 Winden Walk.
Misses Margaret Gooch, Jane Gooch,
The Delta Zetas will occupy the
Alumni dues and Kernel
house at 315 South Limestone street Virginia Bocoock, Mary Chiles' Lovare $3.
Send yours in 'today.
ing, Hallie Day Back, Emma' New- which was formerly occupied by the
bawer, Nell Farmer, Virginia Robin- Alpha Xis.
May Louise Norman, Frances Delta sorority, has returned from a;
The Kappas have remodeled and
East Main Near Lime
painted their chapter house at 115 Stevenson, Irene Cullis, Lela Cullis, trip abroad.
Mary Susan Renaker, Bee Worthing- East Maxwell street.
Miss Mildred Poole, who was for-- !
ton, Hazel Hughes, Irene Brummette, merly
a student of the university and
Alumni dues and Kernel subscrip- Margaret Cole, Sarah Cole, Elizabeth a member of Alpha Gamma Deta sor- Send yours in today. Bruitt, Margaret Ellie, George Moore
tion are

of the
Saturday the guests were entertained
at Joyland. On Friday afternoon a Kappa Alpha entertained with
luncheon at the LaFayette hotel was dinner dance Saturday evening at the with luncheon at the Phoenix hotel.
chapter house on Linden Walk in hon Saturday afternoon Miss Virginia
given in their honor and Sunday
dinner given at the fraternity house or of the new boys entering the uni Boyd was hostess for a tea at her


of last year will be connected with a J
law firm in Birmingham.
J. D. Kearney, of Morganfield, will
return to school after a nine months'
T.nmnn Piim. who is connected
Jasper Reed McClure, James Reed with the New York Stock Exchange
and Thomas Brpoks, of Bellevue, Ky., at the present time, was a visitor in
were guests in Lexington during the this city for several weeks during the

ority, will attend the Schuster Martin
school in Cincinnati this winter.
Mr. Frank Derrick, a graduate of
'26 has been appointed a teacher and
assistant coach of Newport high


of the University of Kentucky enter
in London, tained with a week-en- d
The British Museum
house party
which includes the British Museum of at the chapter house on East Max
Natural History, is undoubtedly the well street, beginning Friday after
largest institution of this kind.
noon, September 10, and closing Mon
men welcome.
day morning. The rushees of the
new students, active members of the 3orority were the guests of honor.
Phi Kappa Tau
The: order of events was as fol
On Thursday evening Phi Kappa fraternity, and alumni.
lows: Friday evening a dinner was
Tau entertained several new students
given followed by a treasure hunt.
Kappa Alpha
university with a dancing party






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The Rev M. B. Miller officiated at
the ceremony.
The bride is from one of eastern

Kentucky's leading families.
father is a successful teacher and
Mrs. Jennie
farmer, and her mother,
Wells Elliott, ranks among the fore-- 1
most teachers in Kentucky.
Miss Elliott, together with her
parents, returned from Lexington last
year after making her residence in
that city for several years. She is
m honor graduate of Transylvania
College and took graduate work at
the University of Kentucky.
The bridegroom was formerly .professor of mathematics at the Univer
sity of Kentucky and at Purdue Uni
versity. He is now taking graduate
work at the University of Chicago.
The young couple left immediately
after hte ceremony for a trip following which they will go to Chicago where they will make their

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Camping Party Given
of the Delta Delta
Delta sorority of the University of
Kentucky were hostess for a week's
camping at Camp Cheerie lodge on
the Kentucky river. The week was
The dance
a most e'njoyable one.
diven Tuesday evening was a delightful affair and was attended by a number of Lexington young people.
The members of the party were:
Misses Nancy Jones, Helen Board,
Alice Young, Frances Summers, Eve
lyn Wright, Amelia King, Ruth Kehoe,
Frances Maltby, Laura Dunn, Hazel
Champ, Jean Cobb, Mabel C. Graham, Margaret Jones, Marie Beckner,
Dorothy Baker, Virginia Reeves, Bet
sy Worth, Martha Ball Edelen, Martha Terhune, Margaret Hill and Fran







School Wardrobes

For the Junior Miss Who
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Smart little hat of black
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brim turns up jaunty in
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Entrance exams in academic subjects
may loom important on the horizon of
the incoming freshman but her first
and most severe exam is her appearance. It is by this that she is largely
judged those first days when the upper classmen are looking for promising "material for various" activities
of the school year. So, if she is wise,
she is planning a trip to our
Department where every
thing is in readiness for her inspection. We have briefly sketched here
a few of the many smart things in
our school collection that will go into
wardrobes destined to succeed at

The members



College Coats of smart
plaid Scotch tweed with
fur collar. 25 to $75.


Mitchell, Baker & Smith

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ces Calder.
The chaperones were --Mrs. Burton
Stapp and Mrs. Rome Guthrie.

122 N. Limestone St., Lexington,

Ky., L. McAdoo, Manager

Miss Lurlene Bronaugh, a graduate
of '26 and a member of Alpha Gamma


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