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VOLUME XXXVII

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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1916

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Lawrence Appears "The Late
Will Open
Post-Gam- e
At
Dance

NUMBER 7

George Apley
November 18

The complete cast of "The Latek
George Apley," production now in
The play, a dramatization by
rehearsal at Guignol theatre, has George S. Kaufman of the novel by
been chosen, according to Director John P. Marquand, is a subtle comedy of the life of a Boston family
flank Fowler.
The cast is: Margaret, Phyllis typical of the Beacon street
George Ap'.ey. Edmund Mills; ciety in 1912. It deals with the
Catherine Apley, Dunster Pet- - concern of Mr. and Mrs. Apley
tit; John Apley. Jack Fenton;
the love affairs of their son
eanor Apley. Joan Rehm; Wilson, and daughter, who do not fall in
Blending popular stylings with
George Herndon;
New- - love with the right Boston people,
Amelia
symphonic tones, Elliott Lawrence j
combe. Dabney George.
How the two children try to bring
Rcger, Frank Johnson: Horatio about a happy conclusion and
and his orchestra, featuring vocal- - I
James Snyder; Jane Will- - tempt to change the Apley's concept
ists Rosalyn Patton and Jack Hunt"The people of Germany, in ing. Jane Ratchford; Agnes Willing, of life makes for entertaining com
er, will furnish music for the in.
Howard edy.
Van Arsdale;
formal dance in the Student Union direct contrast to those elsewhere, ' Marjorie
Tickets for the play, which will
ballroom following Kentucky's last do not fear another war. In fact, Boulder, Douglas Hancock; Lydia
awaiting
its Leyton, Alice Dean; Emily South, open on November 18. will go on
nome tootball game of the season they are fervently
with West Virginia on Saturday, coming." Miss Erika Mann, foreign worth. June Bridges; Julian H. sale at the Guignol box office No.
vember 11.
correspondent and author, declared Dale. Ralph Carter.
November 16.
!
s
iuonaay
The
genius, who made capacity in an address belorefac- a
crowd of students and
the most sensational and talked ulty
of the University in Memorial
about debut in the music business,
features odd dance band instru. hall.
w
Speaking at the thud
ments like oboe. Flench horn, bas'
From Novelty Art in Troupers' Show
soon, and English horn. He has sity convocation of the school year
combined
styles of Miss Mann expressed the belief that i
present-da- y
tv, r,
ifc f chgai.innni
name bands with his "Education for Peace" has made
!.. r.uiupe
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own ideas in music and the result 1if1 "c"w-- y
"":c none whatsoever
newfst University married veterans ulty families spaces in Shawnee-towalong with 140 student veteran'
in Germany. v,,,:
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has caused a boon in music. Law- and
j.
thC
rence, who is especially popular
"ady bv Friday. November 15. and families, was one of the first steps
(be- with high school and college crowds. held the obsession to
4i
M taken to help alleviate the faculty
tnabae it a point to circulate 4
Ea?t WOUld other units to house 168 families, and housing shortage. It has been esti,
"' a
oiuunu a oit oeiore ne , laKes the; Sfl. and save "'c
'371 sinele veterans indicate con mated that 100 faculty and admini,
.
The UK Troupers, student acro..
them
ctnnj
:
mi iaea
Bi CV11Ui jj. oii wnai ine imawritv" ofI GermansXnHov " vast strurtion on emergeny hnnsinir wil' strative staff families need local
batic, dancing, and singing group, ircsent holding a weekly meeting on "",u
still nursne
JITL.
nailt
virtually complete by the open-beli- housing.
well known throughout the State Thursday nights at 7 in the Worn-;n- 's
He made his premier engagement hopes based on that notion in the inS of 'inter quarter. January 5.
"Authority has been granted the
gym lor the entire troop.
for their performances before the
that another war will come '
in New York's
war in being
Frank D. Peterson, University University by the Federal Public
The last performance of the UK and in the nine Hotel Pennsylvania, which will allow them to join forces
under the
weeks he was
direction
of Bernard
Scooter" Troupers was on December 7. 1941 appeared, on over twenty there, with the stronger side and again comptroller,. . disclosed last night Housing Authority in Washington,
. 'T't
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D. C, to open Shawnee Project to a
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Johnson of the physical education when they out on two shows at shows, was selected for the radio" u"u "ra"'
1,,u7 , of four family unas limited percent of
Harand
department.
Fort Knox. After that the balance vest Moon ball in Madison Square
Discussing the attitude of Ger- -, town
'ill be entirely completed with all it was felt that the faculty should be
Already some prospective tumblers if the schedule was cancelled and Garden and won the award which manv toward the Allied occupation.
given priority on these first units,"
Miss Mann disclosed that "the necessary facilities and heat by No- for the oiganization are working out the Troupers disbanded along with an undisclosed ntmni
Peterson explained.
in the Women's gym between 5 and many other organizations for the makes to the best new band each British command more respect than vember 15 and will be occupied as
After the completion of these first
powers, ine KUS- - auuu niereaner as possiuie Dy u
year. The magazine's nnhlieatinn M" "
6 p.m. each day. There are still openUiaiion.
clone ,fi.A f ...... l py i
ioiaim unc icaieu v. .. ine Lreiman members of the UK faculty and their three barracks, the contractor will
ings for several tumblers, especially
date is January.
people to an unbelievable extent families.
concentrate on finishing one bara good top man who is good on hand
He started the popular
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balancing.
"The step to move in faculty has racks completely, before progressing
to Lawrence
broadcasts coast to th. r.h a
ho, "
" been made necessary due to the cur- further on other buildings, so that
coast in 1945 via CBS. Later in Uk ,.u"
Johnson said that almost an entire
rent acute housing situation for the the University may make use of it
departn?ent
ars were exaggerated.
Lrf him on their own
instructional staff which threatened at the earliest possible time, accord1 r"OpOS(?d (lOal
,
.
novelty acts, and clowns remains
.
showi
coast to coast every Saturday af- u,' ,lne Americans, miss Mann to cause us to lose some able people ing to Harry Richman, FPHA
to be filled. Persons who can tap.
on UK projects.
0 s"t last
f tne
uny couples who have an act. a good
eek as the ternoon. He quit that Droeram alpI.amed tnat the German people unless we can provide living space
friendly miracles in
-'Shawneetown, consisting of 51
Blues' singer, some acrobatic 6oal for the University's section few weeks ago to start on a nation, h""0 treatment, but they are now for them and their families," he
their
converted barracks divided
Community wide our.
declared.
clowns, or anvone
ho thinks they !of the nation-wid- e
drive for funds, only
and 39
Lawrence, who composed at four. do not think too
might be interested in joining the Chest-USSome members of the faculty are into 12
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f whatever
buildings to house a total
Troupers should Ret in touch with $32S- representing 46 percent of the and gained local recognition in his assistance they are being given and known to be commuting from disJohnson" in the Mens Gvm or come :proposed t"ta1, was rePrtod at a native city of Philadelphia as a they do not like or respect the tances up to 20 miles from the cam- of 180 families, is approximately 60
worer
pianist at the age of six, organized
pus and others have refused to ac- percent complete at the present time
out to one of the practice sessions mn,ng, of. he cf P
nlght ln
Unlon bulld" his first band when he was ten and American soldier."
be
in the Women's gym.
fnd
In closing, the noted foreign cor- cept positions here without assur- and will probably 15," entirely complayed for the Children's Hour, respondent declared
Richman said.
have already been several j As a result of thp returns vtn. nationally popular
that "there is ance of family housing facilities. The plete by January
There
radio show.
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not much to be gained by our be decision last spring to allot 40 fac
requests for the Troupers to appear cent spagnuolo. chairman of the
Between the ages of six and eight, having like angels. . . . Our trouble
University
campaign,
announ.-e- d
gymnasiums in the state. Johnson that the drive will be extended over Lawrence lost control of his hands; is not with the German DeoDle. it
by an attack of infantile paralysis, is with our zone system of occupa
plans to start work soon on routines the weedend and will terminate
but through hard work, regained tion government. As long as Gerand see if he can have the finished Monday at 6 p. m.
mastery
fingers.
product ready to show by JanWith the captain or the various to school of his recovery Returning, many continues to be ruled by two
from the sets of uncooperating
after
conquerors.
groups reporting their total colluary 1.
In addition to the daily meeting ections last night, the women's attack, he continued arranging and the problem will not be solved eco.
composing and completed a
nomically or politically.'
of the tumblers. Johnson is at section, headed by Dorothy
Omicron Delta Kappa, national years.
and composed of five divis- music course in 2
men's leadership honorary, has anMusic: Glee Clob (Two years (2.
Entering the University or Pennions, accounted for over $300 of the
nounced that men may file peti- it president add (1); Orchestra
sylvania. Lawrence led the school
collections reported.
tions for membership now. To be (Two years) (2); Drum Major (2);
oichestra and band. He contributed
Fraternities I'nreported
eligible for membership, men must Band Junior and Senior Years
.
arrangements of all the
' The cummuter and residence halls dance
2.0 standing and eight ac. (One for each year); Personnel Dimarching and cheering songs Penn
Col. G. T. Mackenzie, head of the have a
divisions of the men's section failed is famous for. Upon graduation. University military science drrrnrt tivity points, or a 1.8 standing and rector of Band (1); University Choractivity points.
to make reports, as did several of he was awarded
isters (1).
the Thornton ment.
indicated that officers ten
the groups of 'the town boys divis. Oakly Gold Medal for achievement of the has
Petitions may be filed until noon.
Kentucky Military District
Radio: Head Announcer (2); Head
ion. The fraternity group made no in creative art. highest award given passed the University ROTC
Thursday, November 14. Petition
as
report because several sections had by the University. It was the first satisfactory in every respect." fol- - forms may be obtained at any time Operator (2); Staff (1).
CANTERBURY CLUB . . . will not completed their work.
time a music student had won the lowing an informal inspection of the from the secretary of the dean of III. ATHLETICS Total points I5
meet at 5:30 p.m.. Monday,
at
men in the Administration building,
In order to give each student an award.
Football: Captain (3 plus 1 for
unit yesterday.
Christ church on Church street.
opportunity to contribute, the town
Although Col. John H. Rodman and must be returned to that office additional letters); Letter (2 plus
If you want to "Listen to Law- YWCA SOCIAL SERVICE COM- boys and town girls divisions, head1
for additional letters); Manager
Lt. Col. John E. Brannon. com. when filled out.
MITTEE . . . will hold its first ed by Harold Friedly and Anne Big. rence" in advance, go to your local and
The point list follows:
(3).
executive officers re
meeting at 5 p. m., Monday, room gerstaff respectively, will keep a Juke box or to the nearest Colum- - manding andKentucky Military DisI. SCHOLARSHIP
bia record dealer and select one spectively of
Total points (5)
Captain (3 plus 1
Basketball:
204. SUB.
booth open today in the great hall
trict headquarters in Louisville, de(2
KYI AN PICTURES of the Union. por the commuters of the many records made by Law. clined to comment at the compleCLUB
Major Honoraries: Phi Beta Kap- for additional letters); Letter Manplus 1 for additional letters);
. . . mill be made at 7 p. m.. Monday. wno nave not yet contributed to rence.
tion of their inspection last week. pa (Arts and Sciences, Peta Gam- ager (3).
sponsored
The informal dance,
nt the
club meeting in the tne drive, the women's commuter
Sigma Xi
stated that they ma Sigma ( Commerce , (Engineerbe held Col. Mackenzie no
Ax building.
Track: Captain (3); Letter (2);
division will have a booth today in by the Student Union, will 12 p
inefficiency was (Science), Tau Beta Pi
had assured him
m.
from the hours of 8 to
ing), Alpha Zeta (Agriculture), Or- Manager (3).
trisLut-Ahuly toMMumu.ii the University post office.
uncovered.
Admission is $1.50 per person. Tic.
i ju a. m., Wednesday, cnapei
Baseball: Captain (2), Letter (2.
Blamed for Lag
Three other inspections of the der of the Coif (Law, Kappa Delta
kets will be on sale in the Student
of SUB.
Manager (2).
Chairman Spagnuolo. in explain- Union each day until all tickets state university reserve officer train- Pi (Education).
CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH ing the poor results of the drive.
program are scheduled during
ing
First in Class in College if not
Tennis: Captain (2), Letter 2,
will hold a 'University For
"During the past week, most are sold.
the current school year, he an- in major honorary.
Manager (2.).
Life" program at 6 p. m. at the said. group workers had mid-ternounced. Second Army headquarof cur
Boxing: Captain (2, Letter (2),
rhurch o n Short and Walnut examinations which handicapped
ters. Baltimore. Md., will send an II. FORENSICS Total points (3). Manager (2).
Streets. Supper will be served.
inspection party here in December;
Dramatics: Guignol 5 plays (2i
desire to do a good job. ThereGolf: Captain (2), Letter (2,
SCF CLUB OF CHURCH OF their it is felt that the drive should
Key (2). Dept. Head for two years
fore,
All former members of Scabbard Fifth Service Command, headquarManager (1).
GOOD SHEPHERD . . . invites all be extended over until Monday."
and Blade interested in reactivating ters in Columbus. Ohio, plans an in. (2); Maximum: (4). RecommendaIntramural: Senior manager (2,
Episcopal students and guests to
did not meet
Organizations
chapter are requested to spection during February; and the tion made by Director of the Theain the "rec" room during the past that can contrib-- the local 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, in the annual War Department inspection ter. Patterson Literary Society (1). Junior managers (2), (1).
a supper-danc- e
week
i meet at
of the church at 6:30 Fridav.
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will be held some time next spring. If president add (1).
Armory.
Continued on Page Fourk
GERMAN CLUB . . .will meet at
4 p. m . Tuesday. November 12. in
room 302. Miller hall. Professor
John Kuiper of the Philosophy department will be the guest speaker.
All interested students are invited.
THE PHILOSOPHY CLUB
meets Monday at 7:30 p. m., in room
205. Union building.
PHALANX . . . will meet Tuesday i nthe Colonial bowling lanes
a il2o'clock.
v
in the
SWEATER SWING
i
Union ballroom. Thursday. Novemp m.
ber 14. from 6:15 to 8:15
FELLOWSHIP
WESTMINSTER
at Maxwell
. . . Sunday evening

Informal Affair

Mann Believes
Germans Want
Another War

Will Follow

West Virginia Tilt

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ODK BOX SCORE
WITH ONLY THE WEST VA.
GAME REMAINING. THE RACE
FOR THE ODK CUPS IS STILL
VERY CLOSE.
SORORITIES
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CHI OMEGA
2nd
DELTA DELTA DELTA
3rd
ALPHA DELTA PI
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ALPHA GAI.'.MA DELTA
FRATERNITIES
1st
SAE
2nd
SIGMA CHI
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Students Far Short

By O. C. Halyard
Wilh a season count of five wiin
and two lasses already chalked up
on their record. Coach Paul Brv- ant and his squad left by train
last night for Milwaukee. W i s .
where they are scheduled to
the Hilltoppers of Marquette tomorrow afternoon.
Although the Wildcats mav lx
picked as favorites by the local betters, the boys are not taking the
nrt the coache;
game lightly,
seemed even more worried fli.in
usual. The gloom and serous look;
are a result of assistant coach Frank
Moseley's reports on the MarqiitUe
outfit.
The veteran Kentucky conch
scouted the Hilltoppers in two winning engagements, and is thorough-l- v
convinced that Coach Frank
Murraj'E team is betier than any
team that the Wildcats have beaten
this year, a.lrf potentially as cood
as ar.y team the Kentufcian.? have
played this season.
He reporto the Markuette bark-- .
as big and as fast as the CatV
men. This leads to pirn,
maneuvty of tricky razzle-dazzers, employing flankers and other
deceptive tricks all breaking from
the "T."
In addition Kentucky's foe for
this week has a passing attack that
may be slowed down, but juwas their
can't be stopped.
aerial assault that upset the University of Detroit last wetk 21.20.
The game was played in a steady
rain, but despite the slick ball thi
Hilltoppers connected with 14 out
two O f them for
of 26 passes

Marjorie Garriguc. distinguished
American pianist will be soloist on
the University concert series Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in Mem
orial hall. Dr. Alexander Capurso,
head of the music department, an
nounced Thursday.
Descended on both sides of the
family from French and English
ancestors who came to America in
e
days. Marjorie
was born in Kokomo. Indiana
and began her study of piano with
a leading teacher of Indianapolis
when she was six. She made her markers.
first public appearance at the age
Carl Schuette, veteran halfback,
of nine. Following high school days is the danger weapon in Murray's
she continued her studies in Cin backfield. His all around ability
cinnati and later for several years and versatility works smoothly with
with Harold Bauer in New York.
system
of
Murray's razzle-dazzShe later spent two years 1 n play. Schuette also figures heavily
Europe with her husband.
Fred in the Markuette air barrage. The
Smith, and during that time played two prominent men on the receiving
extensively on the continent, mak end are ends Ray Carlson and Ray
ing her Paris and London debuts i Kuffel.
with great success. Returning to
Carlson is a neat six feet and
America, she made her Town hall tic the scales at 195. while hU
1935 with equal success running mate. Kunel. spreads ji.i
debut in
and since then has played through- pounds out over a towering six f'i-out the United States.
three frame. With Wallace Jonn
In 1941, her husband became and Dick Hensley holding down tho
Managing Executive of the College ends of the Wildcat line, plav
of Music, and since then Mme. around the flanks should be inter
Garrigue has made Cincinnati her esting.
home and continues her recital and
Second Game Between Trams
concert work from that city.
Saturday's scrap will be the .v-- While in Paris. Mme. Garrigue
in the
became well acquainted with the ond between the two teamss sched- composer Medtner and "ewest rivalry on the Cat
famous
DrlnS
''r
played many of his works for him.
byHe particularly suggested that shelve second time teams piloted
play publicly the sonata which is Murray and Bryant,
La t yenr the Hilltop team ovrr- included in her Lexington program.
came the Kentucky team
j
ujjjrrri-ri-whije Brvant. making his d.but a:;
a head coach, led a University of
LfO IOU
Maryland team to victory over a
Murray.coached University of Vir- IjOOK LlKe T
!ginia team bv a similar score.
'
Faithful followers cf the Blue nd
Can you fix yourself up to look Uke
VPar s
mav refpll
Lena the Hyena? With a mask. between the ew . c'n Is. It and th
makeup, etc.. that is?
battle, although both
Tennessee
If so. Mack Hughes. Lexington i were on the debit side of the book ;
might select you as were rated bv many
the best tw
photographer,
the winner in his "Lena the Hyena games the Wildcats played riurin :
y
spon- the season.
contest at, the
Two of the Kentucky lads who
sored Sadie Hawkins dance tomor-wi- ll
receive much publicity in local sparkled in that game were Oenr3
row night. The lucky (?) contestant Blanda and Bill Chambers. Champapers and also a cash prize of $10. bers' diving catch of E'.ar.da's
pass in the closing impure;
Either boys or girls may enter this
contest. Just come to the Sadie of the game is still good conversa h.
Hawkins dance in your "Lena" face tion around the old stove. IX
bovs will be in tomorrows hne.nr
and costume.
and will be counted on for sonic
heavy service.
The Cats emerged from their
triumph over the Spartans wiih m '.v
minor injuries, and should be in
A- -l
condition frr their eighth test
of the ss.?son. J.m Babbs and
Ridge were the orly Kenfiw kian ;
to come out on the losing end or
any of the rough plav in the Michigan State game. B.V'.J received
a fractured finger on hU left hand
early in the g;'me. but continued
to turn in a s.ellar perform;nrt
th rest of the afternoon. Ridusuffered a bin'ed hip. b)it
enough to ke?p him out i t
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action if reeded.
kvr-JS,5;Phil Cutchin played onlv
last wek's game becnue of an
injured f. ser on his Ditchim; haixl.
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tinner
Despite he hnndaed
flipped sevnal good passes.
for a touchrtown. and shou'il b"
fully recovered and ready tor plenty
of action.
a'l
Kentucky probably will
the available manpower it can musi ter in order to keep up with rh
Hilltoppers. Coach M.iselev al.-added in his ropoits to Bryant
that Murray takes full advan;au
Daisy Maes pose for the photographer before the chase begins. Alden
of the free substitution rule tve'i
more so than Bryant.
Nelson, ZTA; Patsv Allen. ChiO: Katherine Hogan. KAT; Becky Perry,
Murray keeps fresh men in t;ie
AD Pi ; Wilma Haverly, DZ; Janice Stille, Alpha Xi; Delia Marks, DDD;
game at all tunes by sending in
Lona Price, KD, and Virginia Stephens, AGD, look the field over. And the
two after alums',
a, substitute
'.-1 each play. Asor hird as it may be
;
held looks them over, natcherly. At left Alden Nelson, Eunice Miller and
Wolf-Gto believe, he jcrK'tmes uses a.
Andy Marshall get in some
training. At right Kathmanv as 3d players i., one quarter.
erine Hogan, Patsy Allen and Delia Marks approach Barkley (Abner, or is
The Wildcats held four scrimit Available) Sturgill, who doesn t look too worried about his (sob) pre- mages on their home field tin.
(Photos by Mack Hughes)
dicament.
week, during which they stressed
pass defense as a good (tfeiise.
Kickapoo They left by train af.er
Real,
Stoodent Yewnyun
vicinity of the
fcllowin' the turnip chompin' tomorrow night.
this afternoon at 4 oh'clock on
groans comin' from the' Joy Juice (made from a recipe by
were to arrive in MilShrieks 'n
contest at the same place. All you
Ole Man Mose has give us some
the intramural feeld behind the
Bildin' tomorrow night from 8:30 on Hairless Joe n Lonesonme Polecat) waukee this morning and work out
a!l kin come to see this hyar ditto. advice about Sadie Hawkins Day
Gym. Anybody kin watch.
The return tr:;
The zero hour is drawin' nearer "n namely, "Them who has got the will be UK stoodents enjoyin' the is gonna be available. Everbody this afternoon.
Some pore male will have the
as
begin Saturday mUit: and
will
to be th' first boy ketched near. men. Wimmen is rubbin' their mostest to lose is goin' to lose it." (sob) fun. Some tickets kin still be should oughta come dressedyou
looks the middeis will reach Lexmg'oii
uo in the lobby of the SUB P'tch characters 'n if n
hands wif glee 'n chucklin" 'n mut- - Which bein" so confusin" leaves us
in the tenifyin' 'n excitin',
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curly Sunday morning.
for thet there dance,
t)hout plan f1" still in th darlr.
fnnr caee irpnierliatelv terin' to themcelf
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FELLOWSHIP
WESTMINSTER
. open house Friday
evening for
all University students
LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS
. . . meets at 4 p. m. Monday, room
12R. SUB.
K Kernels
CWENS . . . meeting Thursday. 5
pm . in Room 204 of the Student
Union.
LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION . . . fireside supper meeting Sunday. 5:30 p.m.. at Gratz
Park.
inWESLEY FOUNDATION
vites all Methodist students to a supper meeting at 5:30 Thursdav in Fel
lowship Hall of First Methodist
Church. 216 West High Street.
meets Thursday at 5
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pro... in Room 206. SUB.
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Dogpatch Day,
Today is
DUTCH LUNCH CLUB
today in Rixmi 204. SUB. Members Ihet is
Which means three things:
be sure to have yore male gest with
1. Dovpatch clothes is 'n has gotta
you'n. 'cause this here is Donpath
be worn allof this hyar day.
Dav. the day before Sadie Hawkins
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LUST FOR LIFE: A Novel About
pp.; Irving Stone
Van Goyh
Longmans. Green and Co. The
Heritage Reprints.
FLAMING PAINTER OF FLAM- ING ART: Divinity was his birth:
flaming sun his death. A man. ug- lier than most, beholder of love,
worshiper of art, follower of pas- sion. creator of beauty, and posses-ari- d
sor of genius, died in France a pit-o- ff
iful epileptic. The life's story of
Vincent Van Gogh is in this book
related with all of the feeling
sensitiveness, and compassion that
becomes a biography of one of the
world's greatest and most renowned

his first bitterness, that he chose a contributed his soul Theo. his faith
and his money.
life of devotion to God.
From Etten to The Hague. Parts.
After but rudimentary training In
Remy and Auvew toy
Gospel. Vincent was given an Aries. St. r
the
1n
r
n1 refill
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nr. trfol in th. lUlfOr- - Mirv.II O i " v nlrwl
Only the desire to paint and paint
coal-miBelg.um. a
ious
su
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in the midst ot na P!"ling region.
H'j nnorc
nnri
their fore au tnal was insiae mm couhi
ing
els could
wage is hardly enough to keep body nnd expression-nothn
together. The homes are sat uJv. Feverish. Passionate.
and soul
cal. Painting and painting-grasp- ing
shacks where their
wives and children spend most of and searching.
Through ail of this striving for
the year shivering with cold, fever.
and hunger." The Borinage held perfection Vincent found moments
Vincent until starvation, sickness, for rare tenderness and love. His
and Theo drove him out into the reward was disillusionment, and in
his disparity he sought the more
sunlight.
tangiole. and vulgar, and easily atGogh, brother to VinTheo Van
an unwed-de- d
cent, contained forever the onlv tainable satisfactionsHague,
and a
mother in The
love and honest comradeship and
For the former
understanding tnat Vincent was prostitute in Auvers.
sacrificed his individuality. To
to know. It was Theo who dragged he
the latter, he lost an ear.
from the torture of the char- him
bonnage. who recognized the latent
genius submerged beneath the an- .

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Rill of Rights stuff. You'd never
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iitoal Association,
know it from the glib way they sug- Rewrite Fdilor
Tll.lV Thompson
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cest the Stork Club for a date."
IBitvarticin0$irtii..f InP.
Another lad voices a pet peeve
flu,,'
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Manag
Crpcv
To
space
girls who take up class-rooAdvertising Manager
GfoM.E Bakmr
4tOkMiAvi. New York. M. Y.
that could be used to educate vet- erans: "If it's just to met a man
tmHim the
rrtciet it eofumat mrt to
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ceiMrUy
lunciurnun " ATwm
they come to college tell them to
esMtoaf of the writer thrm trivet, ana Cu mot
Tear
refect the opinio o T A"eral.
tl 'i
I .10 On Quarter
stay home. We'll find them.'
Under attack from all the lads
are- "The distinct line of demarca- Parlor Dates Are Extinct
p
ends and artists
x,
rv.iwoc r.f tion where the make-uHis
accen- His ancestry was Dutch.
University: "So they like us the skin begins, slacks that
a minister. His uncles
even with a tuate the negative, pancake make- father was
Well,
was troine to Knoxville for the Tennessee game even
f;OOI) rRATERXITY FEELING
the most widely patronized guish of suppressed emotion, who
lr,r,lr nc UU JUU lliivc l" "'6
before it was definitely known that it was going. Ar
' ' rt,,l,hl. ,.,0 rtrr.'t
him. and
a girl, evebrows tortured into a hair- - art galleries in Europe. At an early kept him. encouraged
good
A new bulletin called Timber-tuckKappa and Phi Kappa Tau have a
rangements were under way, but at that time, no an- bad8SSomeonh ml okw
rhi
toe. ankle bracelets that tinkle like age Vincent Van Gogh was com- - nurtured his talent for the brush.
is oif of a series of the
ic ,t whi'ii Id like to make a tew remarks about.
nouncements had been made, either by SuKy or the
toenail polish, mitted to sell prints and paintings the oils, and the canvas, and who. L'niversity publications on forest
Tl Imnier days there was much interfraternity rivalry
band because nothing was definite. However, the school I was taught that two coats cowbells,
u -and farm resources of the Breathitt
greasy nair. oieacn- - "u supuues ...
lastly, died with him.
:iliusy. It olten went to violent extremes. We band is going, a train is scheduled, and tickets have
r.'.d
of paint were enough for any wood- - unwashed and
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county area.
deals with problems
lr ;c liiul tiiLs is a relic of bygone days end that
"
Iiau
r T"rmrlri t hor Vinront" full in IrtVA Vincent worked relentlessly. He of marketing It processing timber
n article trial I made in manual . i
and
11..
Mi n ...
in
lhe Greek organizations on the campus are
We wonder how many trips the Vanderbilt band training
coiui. ui.t iA
He
copied from
class"
the masters.
goes into the posibilities of
t iv ii up enough to realize thae childishness of the
has made this year. The railroad fare for their band
one leg kind, and lip- - for the first time, that he suffered sketched, erred, copied still more. and
Savs another lad "A fellow doesnt ro'led ..up t on, . "
the present situation in
1.. i:y
that used to cause so much trouble. would be $12.42 per member. Our cost td Knoxville
" "Tl"He Droeressed from charcoal, to the hardwood region o f Eastern
In the interest of promoting the spirit of friendly
is $9.89 per person for 88 band members and 8 cheer- stand a chance with a sorority girl
And a senior offers advice to the als that you can't recognize them the water colors to oils. Nothing pleased Kentucky and the Southern AppalC( in,., ii'.n.n that is beginning to appear the Phi Sigs
leaders, or $949.44. If we had sent our band to Athens. after she gets through comparing
mid t lie Phi Taus have planned a dance to cement
Georgia, the cost for the 96 would have been $2,042.88; notes with her sisters after a date." lovelorn: "A girl who insists on my next day on the Quad, and 'saddle him. He had but meager instruc- achian highlands in general. Oother
forest management,
t',:
between the respective groups. We be-to Montgomery. Alabama. $2,252.16; and to Milwau- And still