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The Kentucky Kernel

YGL. XL
KENTUCKY

LEXINGTON. KY.. MARCH 15, 1921

Semi-Week- ly

DEBATERS

MEET GINGINNATIANS
FRIDAY

111

GLEE CLU6 PROGRAM

STROLLERS PUTTING! OH

IN

FINISHING TOUCHES TO

CHAPEL

Play.

IS

Engagement for University
for Friday Night

SCHOOL QUINTET WINS

Men Arranged

Johnson, Chism and Fielder
to Affirm the Subject of Strong Cast With Final
Rehearsals For Annual
Immigration
MIKESELL

Return

TRAIN!

FRANKFORT

COACH

TENTATIVE

DATE

Large Number of Students March 31 and April 1 Time
and Friends Expected
Comedy May Be Given
Kentucky will debate the University

By Frances Marsh1

The Men's Gleo Club will givo a
concert at Frankfort, Friday evening,
March 18. Eighteen men will particl
pate, including members of the Unl'
versity Quartotto and the Saxophone
Sextotto, which is rapidly gaining In
popularity.
A very successful concert was given
In Frankfort last season, and this pro
gram is a return engagement.
The
Glee Club has been working faithfully
and a number of attractive songs have
been learned. A successful and en
joyablo trip is expected.

No. 25

Tuesday-Frida- y

STATE

CHAMPIONSHIP

KENTUCKY

HEADS ALL

COLLEGES IN MEET AT
LOUISVILLE ARMORY
i

Louisville Boys Take Finals University Track Team NosFrom Strong Union Acaded Out of First Place By
emy Team, 32 to 12
Cincy "Y," 17 to 16
MONTICELLO IS GOOD
HELD SATURDAY NIGHT
First and Second Champion
ship Cups Awarded
Wildcats Meet Loomis, of .
Chicago, Lomtfe, Princeton

Manual Training High School of
Louisville, won the Kentucky High
kibate Is on, the immigration question
School basketball tournament, SaturThe University of Kentucky track
In strained silences all the cost stop
day afternoon, by defeating Union team finished second in
which is uppermost in the minds of whispering ito listen and stare criti WEDNESDAY, MARCH
the annual
College Academy, of Barboursvllle,
any American statesman today.
Carnival of Athletics held under the
cally. The errkig Stroller speaks the
Kentucky, represented
by R. T.
BEGINNING flE HOLIDAYS 32 to 12. Manual virtually won the auspices
of the Louisville Amateur
honors when she defeated the strong
Johnson, William Chism and L. C. line; the phrase or the word, again
Montlcello team, 21 to 19, Saturday AJthletlc Federation at the Louisville
Filder, will uphold the affirmative and again, until the stage manager Is
Armory lest Saturday
ft
night.
He of the question. Prof. W. H. Mlke- - satisfied. No nervewrackfcig tedium Student Allowed Five Day at 9:00 o'clock.
The
In the finals, Union fought hard in Wildcats were nosed out of first place
M1I is coach of the Kentucky team. of repetition is spared and anything
Vacation; First Time in
; Cincinnati will be represented by J. but
the first half, it ending 12 o 11 in by the Cincinnati Y. M.
History of University
C. A. team
the strict business of rehearsals
U'"jW. Dalaell, H. E. Metzger and H. G.
Manual's favor, but in the second
which scored 17 points to Kentucky's
is frowned upon for the play comes
half was completely unable to pene.Gardner., Doctor McVey will preside
ENDS MARCH 29.
t at the debate. The ludeea are: Suner-- I first, even .before the attractions of a
trate Manual's five man defense and 16. Centre College finished third with
was forced to resort to lone shots a score of 13 points.
,itendent J. Hv Risley, president of basketball tournament or a perform i For the first time
in the history of which were hurried and inaccurate
The showing of the Kentucky team
the K. E. A., Dr. B. J. Bush, Second alnce of "Irene." For a month "Crlch-ton- "
the University of Kentucky the stu Manual played a fast and aggressive
Presbyterian Church, and Mr. Frank
was excellent, considering that this
te king.
dents and faculty are to be given an game throughout and deserved to win.
K Duncan; '
THE PLAY I am forced into "caps" Easter vacation.
The vacation will Baer, at forward and GiugUano, at was the first meet of the year and
by my enthusiasm is already good, last from Wednesday, March 23, to guard,, starred for the Crimsons and that some of the best athletes in the
Interesting debate and students are
although a Stroller will groan invari- Tuesday, March 29.
Dunbar, forward, played best fbr country were entered In the meet.
Kntucky placed in three events and
ably "Oh, Its rotten."
Interpret if The penalty as stated in the Univer Union.
chestra will furnish the music.
sity Handbook of Rules will be Inflict
s
The
were played Satur captured the college relay with ease.
you are he, this despair as real art ed
in case of absences from classes day morning
and 10:00 o'clock
PERKINSON KENTUCKY realizing its limitations, expressing a immediately preceedlng and following In the first at 9:00 Manual won over In the 60 yard hurdles Warren Clare,
game
A. A. E noble humility.
DELEGATE
"The Admirabla. this vacation unless, In such instances, Montlcello, a strong favorite at the of the Kentucky team, holder of the
1921 offering of the a satisfactory excuse is presented to start, 21 to 19, Jn a hard fought and S. I. A. A. record forced Frank Loomis,
Crichton'the
Doctor McVey Addresses Members of
exciting game. In the 10:00 o'clock of the Chicago Athletic Club, holder of
organization, will surpass easily all the Discipline Committee.
Kentucky Chapter on Professional
game Union smothered Plkesville to the Olympic record, to exert himself
past Stroller plays. Though the high
Duties
the tune of 43 to 12. The odd game of to the utmost.
merit of .Stroller plays has long been CINCINNATI GIRLS
The finish was most
the series was played at 9:00 o'clock
DEFEAT KENTUCKY Friday night, 'Montlcello triumphing spectacular, and the judges decided
P. M. Perkinson. civil engineer, and recognized; each year the critics com
president- - of the student chapter of
QUINTET, 16 to 6
that Loomis had won by inches. Don,
Continued on Page 3.
or jungi
? tne 'American Association
Xourie, the Allmerican quarterback
Continued on Page 2
Kentucky Schedule Ended in Game
to represent Ken
- seers, was selected
from Princeton, finished third in this
Thursday Night in Cincinnati
tucky at the national convention of MRS.
BRECKINRIDGE
.the, organization at Buffalo. The elec
CHI BEATS KAPPA IN event.
The Kittens ended their 1921 basket
Dave Thornton,
took place Thursday evening at
the half
FIRST SORORITY GAME mile in the S. I. A.winner of last year
ball season' in Cincinnati, Thursday
Dicker Hall. Perkinson is prominent Chicago Dean Assists
A. meet
Miss King in night,
inVhis., department and in 'the Univer
with a defeat at the hands of
annexed that event without difficulty,
Cataloging Valuable Volume
the University of Cincinnati quintet, Uniyersity "Lodges" Stage Desperate
se sity, having not only organized the
in the fast time of 2:05
In the one
despite a game fight on the. part of the
Al A. E., but also the Triangle Engl- Struggle, Ending With 12 to 11
The library of Mrs. Desha Breckin
mile handicap R. L. Porter finished a
jjKaeering Fraternity.
Kentuckians, the score being 16 to 6.
ridge, bequeathed to the University, is
Score.
close second to Dewey Kimball, the
Cincinnati gained an early lead and
Jf VDoctor HcVey addressed the meet- now being cataloged by Miss King and
the Kentucky girls were never able
iylBg on the duty of the engineering
Centre College star.
prepared for use. Mrs. Breckinridge,
to overhaul them.
Composing .the
jrofesslon in the present world prob- - who was
In one of the hardest fought and
The college relay was easily dispublic life of her
active in
team
lems
NbW :V ,was of reconstruction. His speech state, since the beginning of this con- Kentucky forwards"; were Young and most exciting girls' basket ball games posed of by the Kentucky outfit comCromwell,
Porter and Jame ever staged on the local court, the
'followed by refreshments and a tury, had
collected the original drafts
posed of Wilhelm, Thornton, Boyd and
smoker. About- sixty members were and pamphlets of all the important son, centers; Henry and Morris,
guards; Booth and Black, substitutes. Chi Omega quintet defeated the Kap Snider. Coach Bucheit was Very well S
present.
spcial legislation since 1900.
pa Kappa Gamma five, Wednesday pleased with the showing made by the1
c, ky
Miss Sopliia Nesbitt, dean of wom
FRENCH PROFESSOR ENTERTAINS night, by the score of 12 to 11. The Kentucky boys and iwith such a start
JOURNALISTS TO BANQUET
Mli
en of Chicago University, who has
game was close throughout and the the prospects are very bright for a '
ROMANCE LANGUAGE
CLUB
'itt.'Henrv Watterson chanter nf Alnha been in Lexington collecting material
The Romance Language Club was outcome was in doubt until the final championship
Breckinridge,
biography of Mrs.
track team for 1921.
'Vft?Delta Sigma will entertain with a ban- - for a
entertained with a most delightful
' quet
at 'the Lafayette hotel, Thurs prepared the library for disposal. The program, Monday evening, in the moment of play.
ay night, March 17. The eleven ac collection is a valuable addition to Little Theatre, when Prof. Hubert de iThe Chi Omega team had a lead of
CHORAL CLUB TO MEET
department of
Jtiye members of the chapter and sev- books available for the
All membersof "Robin Hood" are.
Waeganaere, Lexington, sang a num iseveral points all during the game
sociology and kindred sciences.
.f eral alumni will be present.
ber of French
His pro untill the lasit few moments of play members of the newly organized choral
&
The active members arer Hernuon
gram was composed of charming se when the Kappa's obtained a lead of club. This club meets every Wed
V Tirana
nmnrv Vfavtay THIIov1 Tinnon Alpha Tau Omega to
lections, varying fx;om the pathos one
:Donald Dinning, Fred Augsburg, Ro- Entertain With Dance expressed in French lyrics to the light, most polnt,(tonly to be overcome by a nesday in Professor Lampert's music
sensational goal caged by a Chi room at 3:40. All members are urged
ijioya, ueraiu
V,Brc 'ituiuio,
airy songs which were equally as
j , Griffin, Emmett Swlsshelm, Burton BMAnnuol Affair One of the Outstand beautiful.' Professor de Waeganaere Om'ega, and the game was over. Mar to be present Wednesday, March 16,
was ably accompanied at the piano garet Smith and Lucy Kavanaughi car- as important matters are to be dis
ing Events of Social Calendar.
by Mary Elizabeth Lyons, and the pro ried off the honors for the victors, cussed.
If-SIG ALPHS HQNOR FOUNDERS
The Nu Ma chapter of Alpha Tau gram proved to be one of the most in who were also the challengers, and
C. C. 'ANDERSON, President
teresting of the year. The rendition Henrietta Rogers played
.
'Founders' Day of Sigma Alpha Epsl- - Omega fraternity will entertain" with of
the stellar
de la Lune" was excep
"Auij
Ion was observed with a banquet in their annual dance on Wednesday
TARGET EXPERTS TO BE
role for the Kappa quintette,
ttonally fine.
pnvaio aining room or tne iaiayette evening, March 23, from 8 until 12,
SELECTED
Last night the Alpha XI Delta and
hotel last Wednesday night, from 8:00
The target contest team, consisting
In the Phoenix Hotel ball room, which PAULINE HOGG TO BE MARRIED Alpha Gamma Delta
teams locked
UHtll 10:00 o'clock. Fifty-livcovers
of ten men, will bo selected this week
TO C. V. COWGILL TUESDAY horns in the second game of the inter- - to enter in tho target contest
were laid for the active members of will be decorated in blue and gold,
of Tonth
Miss Paulino Hogg, of Versailles, (sorority series. The winner of this Corps Area, beginning March 21.
Kentucky Epsilon chapter, the pledges, the fraternity colors, and lighted by
V'tke f ratters in urbe, and visitors. Fro- - the electric shield of the fraternity.
of Kentucky men have refreshman in the JOoUego of Arts and conltest will ho matched with the win
mm- "UBor 'Thompson II. Bryant acted as The chkporon'es will bo: President Sciences, before leaving school last ner of the Kappa Delta-Ch- i
Omega sponded splendily for practico and
V&astmaster for the occasion, and and Mrs. F. L. McVey, Dean and Mrs. Friday, announced to her friends that game, which is to take place within seem to have a good clianco to win.
Many responses were given.
C. 'R. Melchor, Doan Josephine Sim- - her marriage to O. V. CowgUl, of the week.
TAU BETA PI DANCE FRIDA
rail, Judge and Mrs. W. fT. Lafferty, Leingtion, would take place Tuesday,
The line-up- :
Tau Beta Pi honorary Engineering
l PHI ALPHA DELTA INITIATES
Kappa fraternity, will ontortaln with Its an
Position
'Phi Alpha Delta Law fraternity, held Dr, and Mrs. W. D. Funkhouser, Mr. March 15, and the news came as a Chi
' . Jjutlationfor thoir nine pledges, Tuoa- - and Mrs. Bart Peak, Mr.land Mrs. Paul teurpiiso to her friends.
Rogers (7) nual dance at the Phoenix Hotol, FriMr. Cowglll, Rlpy (4)
day evening, March 18.
iay
March
Dowinfng (2)
Hb1 rStte eveniug, After 8, at the LaFay - Blazer, Miss Crane, Miss Berkeley, a former student of Transylvania, is Rlpy (4)
Hotel.
the initiation sup- Professor
, Asbury
and Mrs. Harlacher, Pro engaged in the wholesale, notion and Jackson
mem-th- e
r was served to the forty-livSENIOR DUES
The young people Kavanaugh (4)
Cromwell (2)
Initiates being the . honor fessor and Mrs, Nollow, Miss Margaret candy business,
All Seniors are requested to pay
will make their homo in Lexington.
McLaughlin and Mrs. C. J, Smith.
Harrison
.Simmons J their class duos boforo April 1.
JCHMtS.

of Cincinnati In chapel TFrlday evoking, March 18, at 8:00 o'clock. The

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CIRCULATION

TUESDAY,
A

BIG QUESTION

The debate with Cincinnati next
"Friday evening on the immigration
question makes us take cognizance of
the fact that thjs country is in the
throes of a great immigration problem. We stand helpless to take proper care of the hordes of immigrants
who are sweeping into our country.
Congress has seen the peril to our
nation and has proposed several hills
in an attempt to provide a remedy,
but these bills were pigeonholed
through the passing out of the old
administration.
X At the present time two million men
are out of employment in this country
the great' majority, our own native
stock. Qur country, as a contrast to
war conditions, now sees thousands of
men with anxious faces walking the
streets seeking employment. Thousands of expert mechanics are even
seeking work as cheap laborers in order to earn a dollar or two. Great
lines are formed in many cities were
workmen stand and wait for baskets of
food, to take home to feed the hungry
mouths of innocent children.
If we are to admit one and
million immigrants a year, our
unemployment problem will be increasingly serious. Riots and Bolshevism will stalk abroad in our land.
Moreover, the immigrant who enters
our shores comes from eastern and
Ho is not only
southern Europe.
inferior to our race, but he colonizes
in our cities and does not wish to
adapt himself to our American life.
Ho has his own newspapers, churches
and festivities, carries out his own
customs and virtually reproduces the
came. If we havo" our Little Sicilies
Little Croatias, etc., our country will
Little Croatlats, etc., our country will
become heterogenous and our peoplo
mongrel. Our famous melting pot will
become a polyglot. Pride for our forefathers, pride for our institutions of
the past and for a loyalty to carry on
the original native., stock should compel us to see that the undesirable
foreigner who is the present day immigrant does not outnumber Americans 10 to 1.
h

CLUB MEETING FRIDAY
The University Womans' Club will
give an entertainment for 'the benefit
.of the Students' Loan Fund, at Patterson Hall, Friday, March 18, from
8:00 until 11:00 o'clock.
WOMANS'

Lost

Personal Hygiene was the subject
of a lecturo delivered by Doctor
Holmes, tho fifth hour Thursday. The
chapel was with the women of tho
University. The talk was very inter
csting and especially well handled.
Two lectures on tho same subject will
conclude Doctor Holmes part of tho
program.
The Women's League of the Uni
vorsity have arranged for lectures to
bo given the fifth hour every Thursday from now on. All wpmon aro expected to bo present. The program
is as follows: ,
March 17 "Personal Hygiene," Doc
tor Holmes.
March 31 "Personal Hygiene," Doc
tor Holmes.
April 7 "How to Select a Well
Balanced Menu at the Cafeteria," Miss
Elchelberger.
April 14 "Personal Hygiene," Doctor Locke.
April 21 "Personal Hygiene," Doctor Campbell.
April 28 "Correct Line and Color in
Dress," Miss Cornell.
May 5 Subject not known, Miss
Alice Hegan Rice.
May 12 Open date.
of
Women's
May 19 Election
League officers.

WAS
"DOMESTIC
RELATIONS"
HENRY CLAY'S SUBJECT

Fresh Home Made Candy

fftade Where You See It Made
At tho weokly meeting of the Henry
Schange's Candy Kitchen
Clay Law Society, held Thursday evening, tho question of "Domestic Re11H13 8. Ueecr Street
flations" was discussed by Burchott
and Sullivan. Extemporaneous speak
ors on tho subject wore Ross arid,Klrt-ley- .
PHONE 180
Noxt week at the meeting,will bo the subject under Victor
Bogaert Company'
discussion, with Watklns as plaintiff
LEADING JEWELERS
and Kirtloy, defendant.
Woet Main Street
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LUIGART'S

THIRD MATINEE TEA TO BE
GIVEN THURSDAY AFTERNOON
The third of the matinee teas will
be given Thursday afternoon
from
4:00 to 6:00 o'clock; in the Little
Theatre by the students of the drama
study classes and the members of the
Womans' League of the University.
The play selected for the matinee is
"Eugenically Speaking," one of the
Washington Square plays and'the cast
is composed of Lelia Pogue, Blanch
CollinsHerschel Harrington and V. C.
Swearingen.
The members of the
faculty, the public and the students are
invited to attend the matinee tea.

CLOTHING AND HABERDASHERY

$1500 Sweaters

$10.00
Phoenix Block

STROLLERS RECEIVE

Lexington, Kentucky

-

WINCHESTER OFFER

T. H. S. WINS HIGH
The Strollers have received a re;
SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIP quest from the Kiwanis club of Winchester to present "The Admirable
Continued From Page .
Crichton" in that city. The "invitation
over the Owensboro squad726 to 18. will be considered and acted upon at
v
The tournament started, at 2:00 a later date.
p. m. Friday with Owensboro and
Inthe opening tilt. After sparring for a few moments Owensboro
got off with a rush and piled up a
31 to 16 score
Taducah gave Monti-cella hard fight in the second
struggle at 3:00 o'clock but was outclassed. Manual heat Clark County
High 32 to 25. Union won from
The same distinction, the same style
34 to 31 and Pikeville won
and the same nice attention to details
from ,ShepherdsvIlIe 30 to 26, in the
preliminary games Friday afternoon that characterizes the other merchandise of
and evening.
As a preliminary to the final game
Anderson & Gregory
Saturday
the Southern
afternoon,
champions played the Freshmen, win
Men's Shop
ners' iof the interclass tournament, 15
Priced at figures that modestly repreminutes. The Freshmen managed to
garner four points while Varsity made sent their value
twenty.
The quality of basketball displayed
'We Specialize in Men's
by the teams in the tournament was
very gratifying to the large numbers
Headwear"
V
of spectators who attended the games.
All the games were hard fought and
Many of the youngsters
interesting.
seen in the tournament possess ability
and some of them will have littlo
trouble making college teams next
year.
109 Limestone, North
The tournament was held under the
Department
auspices of the Athletic
of tho University as an encourage
LOOK FOR THE
ment ;to high school basketball In tho
A. & G. SIGN
state. It is an annual event, always
held in the early part of March.
Especial mention should bo made of HEADGEAR
the Clark County High, of Winchester,
and Owensboro (teams,
Carrollton
HABERDASHERY
though none of them got into the
Manual only won over
Clark County after 'a hard struggle
a
and Carrollton gave tho runners-uscare in the preliminaries.
The Manual team wa? presented
with a beautiful silver loving cup,
AN ACCREDITED
donated by the University, and tho ATTEND
Union Collego Academy team was BUSINESS
LIKE
COLLEGE
awarded a sliver cup as the runner-up- .
BROTHERS
Manual has an excellent team and THE SOUTHERN
there is no question about her superiority. Tho argument is over and the
best team won.
Score of final:
Union Academy
Manual
Baer7l4)
Loo (3)
P
Franklyn (3)
F
Winter (2)
W.
C
Dunbar 0)
King (4)
Blair (0)
Schloman (2)....G
Howard (2) Haircut
Guigliano (10)... G
.40
Substitutions: Manual McCluro for
Shave
.20
King, Miller for Schloman. Union
153 South Limestone St.
Tugglo for Howard, Howard for Blair.
Lexington, Ky.
Referee: Gill.
M.

MARCH 15, 1921

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nlnnon

Series of Ten Lectures for
Fifth Hour Chapel Programs on Thursdays

VAUDEVILLE AT PATT. HALL
TCi BE WEEK-ENNOVELTY
The 'faculty and students nre invited
to enjoy and patronize tho high class
vaudeville, and dolicatcssen sale to
bo conducted by the Woman's Club of
the University at Patterson Hall, Fri
day night, March 18, for tho benefit
of tho student loan fund. A musical
and stunts program will furnish entertainment for tho ovoning from 8:00
to 11:00 o'clock and refreshments of
coffee, frappe, sandwiches, ice cream
and cakes will be sold and served, tho
sale of cakes, pics, ham, eggs, cottage
choose, salad dressing, cookies, doughnuts nnd candies for the Sunday table
will simplify tho planning of tho next
day's menu by the patrons of tho sale.
No admission will be charged, but a
silv.er offering will be taken.

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Another member of tho cast who
PUTTING ON
FINISHING TOUCHES should be commended Is Kitty Con-roadoring
who aa the wistful-eyeContinued From Paie 1.
Tweenlo, will capture other liearta
mend the achievement superior to pre- besides Ernest's. Miss Conroy Is deft
decessors.
in tho llttlo arts tfiat make for atBarrio's play affords tho Strollers traction on stage and off. Tho two
room to oxhibit their extraordinary sisters, Ladles Agatha and Catherine,
ability; Tho play Is one of difficult very Indolent catty young things, at
exquisitely deline- first, are portrayed
characterizations,
by Margaret
ated in those small human details Smith and Carlislo Chenault, who
that make Darrie a. master, rich in have appeared In tho two preceding
t
dramatic strength and permeated by Stroller plays. Preston' Cherry avails
tho fine philosophy expressed thus by himself of all the rich humor of his
BUI Crichton, tho incomparable butler role, Lord Loam, and is a strong conof Loam House.
testant for lienors. John Albright is
"The divisions Into classes, my proving himself capable 'ffs Treherne,
Lord, are not artificial, but the natural the young clergyman.
outcome of a civilized society. There
The tenatlvo dates of the Stroller
must always be a master and servants play are March 31 and April 1.
In all civilized communities; for it is
natural and whatever is, natural is
KEEP 0FF THE GRASS
right."

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Crichton's statement held true In
the haughty English house where ho
was servant and the testy old peer,
Lord Loam, master; It did not change
after the shipwreck on the South Seas
' island, but there was an amazing
change in the positions of the two
and the classes they at first represented.
Milton Revill will satisfy the requirements Of voice, bearing and interpretation in the role of Crichton,
who believes hlm'self the "happiest
of all combinations, the son of a butler
and a lady's maid," who considers
' "a haughty,' aristocratic English
house, with every one kept in his
place" the most beautiful in the world,
2 and who worships Lady Mary, his fair
young mistress, for her lofty disdain of
her inferiors. Revillfs record in Uni- versity dramatics Is enviable, his tal-- .
ent remarkable. He insures the suc
cess of tho play in his, masterful vis
ualization of the title role.
Mary Elizabeth Dawning, will por- tray Lady Mary Lasenby, the arrogant young beauty iCrichton first
adores from afar, but whom he later
.allows to become his humbje worshipping slave on the island. Miss Downing made the Stroller "lead vlast year
when only a freshman and scored a
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decisisve hit as Blanche Sterling in
"The Climbers." She is favored not
only in the possession of histrionic
talent, but also in personal charm and
and., u remarkably rich voice.
rehearsals, Herndon Evans as
Ernest, is showing up particularly
well. Ernest finds "the great moment
in his life when he wakes in the morning and realizes1 that he is really Em-.esfor we must all wish to bo that
which Is our ideal." Evans will bo
given an opportunity to receive his
well- - earned applause this year be
not only as an
hind tho
actor, but as

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"Heritage," "Uplift" and
"Fool and His Money,"
Friday and Saturday

SHULL TO CONDUCT CLASS
IN STUDY OF NEGRO PROILEMS
A class of men and women to study
negro problems will bo begun at Patterson Hall, Thursday, March 17. Tho
clnss will last a half hour, beginning
at 6:45 p. in., and ending at 7:15 p. m.
Tho class will last for six weoks, is
opon to any student in tho University",
and will bo conducted by Doctor Shull.

LOCAL PLAYWRIGHTS
Under the supervision and stngo
management ot Miss Marguerite Mc'
Laughlin tho second number of tho
plays to bo given by tho College Club
was given at the Little Theatre, Friday and Saturday evening. The play
opened with an informal talk by( Miss
Slmrall In which she asked tho audience to view the plays, not from a critical or literary standpoint, but to
"pretend" or "playliko" everybody had
come for a good time and they would
find just what they put Into if. After
the plays were presented, even the
dramatic critics could not find fault
with any part of the program.
The first play "Heritage," written
by Mrs. E. S. Good and presented by
Miss Mary Wood Brown and Miss
Paulino Wherry. Mrs. Good developed an interesting plot, giving descriptions of Italy and presenting the
Italian girl played by Miss Wherry,
in ,a realistic interpretation of that
country.
"The Fool and His Money," written
by Miss Josephine Slmrall, was the
only play of the evening enacted bjy a
cast in which none of the players were
members of, the College Club. It, was
a dainty romance and the love scenes
were enacted with such "talent" as
would make the audience forget that
the cast was composed of amateurs
Miss Kitty
instead of professionals.
Conroy took the lead as the lady
whose love had been bought, with
costly gifts by Preston Cherry. Raymond Connell, as the "Fool," changed
the mind of Pierrette when he made
her realize for the first time that true
love was measured not by rubies and
precious stones.
Miss Conroy was
charming as the care-fredancing girl
and lady of luxury. Preston Cherry,
wealthy banker and eager for more
wealth, enacted that role exactly as
the writer of the play had intended it
to be.
The lighting effects were in charge
of .James Molloy and Billy Williams,
who made the storm and lightning in
the "Fool and His Money" appear real.
Much credit is given to Miss McLaughlin, who ma