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KERNEL

THE KENTUCKY KERNEL
UNIVERSITY
OF

VOLUME XXII

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY,

PEP MEETING
STUDENTS TO ASSEMBLE AT
7:30 TONIGHT IN GYM

KENTUCKY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER

9, 1931

NEW SERIES. NUMBER

7

WILDCATS TO MEET GENERALS
SCORES ON TESTS

FOR FRESHMEN

ARE
Results of Examinations Giv- en First Year Students
Released

STATISTICS COMPILED
BY PSYCHOLOGISTS
Quizzes Consist of Mathematics. English, and General
Intelligence
Rankings of first year students In
the university classification tests
given during freshman week were
announced Tuesday by Prof. E. J.
Asher of the psychology department,
in whose office the results were
compiled.
Out of a total of 750
students tested, 17 were In the high'
est tenth on all examinations.
The tests, embracing the special
subjects of English and of mathe
matics as well as a psychological
examination for general lnforma
tlon, good judgement, and thinking
ability, embody the latest scientific
methods of determining the ability
and training of new students for
doing general college work, and for
undertaking these two special subjects, according to Professor Asher,
In charge of testing the incoming
students. Freshmen who show little
aptitude for English or mathe
matics or who are Inadequately pre
pared, are given special individual
attention In classes designed for
them.
This plan for obtaining more individual attention for special groups
of students by sectioning the classes is a continuation of the plan
used at the university last year. It
has been profitably used In a num
ber of the large universities for
years. The forms of the tests used
for classification of the students
have been thoroughly tried out in
or especially
universities
other to needs of the University
adapted
of Kentucky.
Students scoring in highest ten
per- cent on the psychology, English, and mathematics tests are:
Hampton Allison, Paris; Dorothy

Billy
Lexington;
Eloise Clifton,
Bowen Cundiff, Somerset; Clinton H.
Robert
Wyckoff Pice, Covington;
Gardiner, Covington; Clinton Lewis Gooch, Jr., Eubank; Arthur R.
Gold, Hartford, Conn.; R. Vincent
Stephen
Lawrenceburg;
Goodlet,
Swift Hubard, Lexington; Sterling
Hargett; James
Mason Mcintosh,
Wyckoff Rlatt, Covington; Robert
Slack Riley, Louisville; James Edward Seebold, Versailles, William
Henry Spragens, Lebanon; Mary
Carolyn Terrell, Lexington; James
Stuart, Victor, Middlesboro; Robert
WaU,
Paducah; Hayden
Henry
Waldo Withers, Princeton.
(Continued on page Eight)

University Band

To Add Features
For W. L. Game
The university band has been engaging in special drills since the
Maryville game, and will add new

IJrethren! Sistern!

Captain Ralph 'Babe' Wright COUNCIL

1LANS FOR U.

Dr. II. D. Curtis Director or
the new observatory at the Uni-

versity of Michigan is a member of Alpha Sigma Phi.
Dwight W. Morrow
Former
Ambassador to Mexico was a
member of Beta Theta Pi.
"Buddy" Hackman "All Southern," halfback, of the University
of Tennessee Is a member of
Kappa Sigma.
R. L. Hcilman Dean of Wen
at Northwestern is a member of
Delta Tau Delta.
Alice Duerr Miller Well known
novelist;; author of "Green Isles"
Is a member of Kappa Kappa
Gamma.
Mabel Taylor Dean of Women at Centenary College,
Shreveport, La., is a member of
Alpha XI Delta.

Students of University
Choose Officers
tober 22 and
.

FRESHMAN DISCIPLINE
DISCUSSED RY GROUP

XL

Arrangements for the election of
the various class officers were begun
yesterday at the regular meeting of
the Men's Student Council held in
the Administration building. Besides the election details, plans
were formulated for the enforcing
of freshman discipline at the uni-

"

versity.

Com-

Final arrangements for Stroller
tryouts were made at the last meeting of the organization, held at 5
o'clock, Tuesday, In the Alumni
gymnasium. Plays have been put on
Reserve in the university library
and the committee on tryouts will
begin Monday.
According to William Ardery, di
rector, two sessions a day will be
held in order to complete the work
within one week. The first session
will begin at 3 o'clock and will end
at 6; the second session will last
from 7:30 until 8:30 In the evening.
The committee in charge of the
tryouts is composed of G. L. Cru teller, Joe E. Mills, Horace Miner and
Charles Goodman. They will review
all presentations and select the
Each presentation should
not require more than IS minutes.
Miss Sarah G. Blanding, dean of
women has given permission to
those in charge of the women's
dormitories to excuse the girls for
the tryouts for a period not to ex
ceed 40 minutes. Because of the
limited time it is necessary that
each production start on scheduled
time. Time for the tryout can be
arranged by calling Dorothy Jones,
at Ashland 7792 or Ashland 6673Y.
A fee of 75 cents will be assessed at
the time of the presentation. The
tryouts will be held in the auditorium of the Training school building.
Plans for the fall production of
Strollers also were launched. It was
decided that a play should be pre
sented and Director Ardery ap
pointed a committee to make selections from which the final choice
will be made. The committee is
composed of Earl Surgener, Eugenie
Heck, Frank Stone and Virginia
Young.

Committee Arranges

Ralph "Babe" Wright,
of the Wildcats, will be one of the
driving forces behind the team when
it meets the Generals of Washington and Lee Saturday afternoon on
Stoll field. "Babe" is known for his
all around cheerfulness
and his
billty to keep up the spirits of
the team at all times. He is a star
tackle and a mighty bulwark on
defense, while his ability on the of

fense when asked to make a hole
through which his backs can drive
for a needed yard or two has never
been questioned. Last year he reon several
ceived mention
teams, and was recognized
as one of the most valuable men in
the Southern Conference. He Is a
senior in the College of Arts and
Sciences and a member of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity.

Trainers To Let

Kat Out

OfBagforW. andL. Game
By DANIEL W. GOODMAN
Freshmen, because of idiosyncra
sies peculiar to their nature, and
upperclassmen, because they have
an accurate conception of the real
power of the evil one, will extoll
present virtues to cover up past
vices when the Kampus Kat, uni
versity scandal sheet sponsored by
the local chapter of Sigma Delta
C1J, men's professional Journalistic
fraternity, makes Its initial appearance of the year on the campus
Sotiirrtov mnrnlniz and at the W.
and L. football game Saturday afternoon. The feline tattler, that
and Invincible beast
omniscient
when it comes face to face with its
prey, will be perfectly harmless and
quiescent when in the hands of the
of Theta Sigma Phi, women's
honorary Journaisuc iraierruiy, who
will spread the veil of obloquy
about the campus.
"The evil' kitty growls again!"
Were it not for the very ferocity of
the thought which they convey,
ihnca nrnrHs WAlllri he but a trite
bilUOC
TWM
"
'
announcement of an advent which
throughout the
strikes sporadically
school year on the university campus. But the ferocity Is there, and
nr ihnso who have escaped
its claws in the past, there is a
tinge of misgiving wnen aiiuuier
of the ferine of the
press Is announced.
The current cycle in the life of
the pet scandal monger is under
,v.A Aiantnr rf William A. Shafer.
who (not Incidentally) is editor of
edition of the "K
the 1931-3- 2
book, similar animal whose progenitors are the university Y. M. and
v w n A Assistant trainers of the
Kat's meow are other members ofa
the reputable organization oi
Delta Chi, who will continue
thai nrnii tvmst. of Drlntine the
truth, the whole truth, and nothing
but the truth, ana selling n lor
ten cents apiece.
The future of the fuzzy little crea-t.unf the nrinter's underworld
rests In the hands of its trainers.
One must not go too far in expressing the aspirations .nf those
worthy gentlemen, but rumor has it
that the Wildcats of the University
are In need of a mascot. Fuzzy is
dead, and Cageon, Cajun, or whoever he may have been, evidently
has reached the end of his ninth
life and has gone the way of mortal cats, perhaps to a land of intelligentsia who can agree upon the
proper orthography of his cognomen. No one has braved the wilds
and returned successfully with a
new feline of the Jungles. But the
boast a kitty
proud Journalists
worthv to be the mascot for any
team. Their slogan is: "Let the
Kampus Kat be mascot I Let nun
greet you at the game I"
co-e-

Big-m-

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(Louisville).
March 20 Palm Sunday Sacred
Concert, presented by Phi Beta.

Will

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Location of Rallot Boxes to
Be Announced After
Next Meeting

features to its program for the
Musical Schedule
benefit of fans attending the Washington and Lee game Saturday. The
has
entire personnel of the band Sul-ze- r, Services To Be Held Sunday
been announced by Elmer G.
Afternoon Will Replace
director. Those who will be a
Vespers
part of the organization during the
current semester are:
The music committee of the uni
Trombones: Eldon Durand, Frederick Moore, Erie Way Bishop, Fred versity, headed by Prof. W. E. Free
Wesley Smith, Thomas L. Amerson, man, assistant dean of the College
John F. Day, Robert C. McDowell, of Engineering, has approved the
Wm. M. Holtzclaw, Wilbur Wort-ma- n, tentative schedule for Sunday af
ternoon muslcales
Haskell London,
for the year
Charles M. Gaines, 1931-- 2 presented by Prof. R. D. Mc- Baritones:
Halbert Leet, Boyd E. Wheeler, Intyre, of the College of Commerce.
These muslcales are held each SunJohn W. Potter.
Oboes, etc.: Griff Morsch, Charles day afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock
B. Wundarlich, Jr., Leslie Scott, in the Memorial hall, and win taxe
Banker White, Henry Durham, the place of the Vesper Services of
Oayle Tudor, Ralph Boyd.
former years.
Saxophones: Hume C. Herrington,
The schedule, as it now stanas, is
Roy F. Hahn, as follows::
B. Hubert Warren,
November 1 Dr. Frank L. Mcvey.
Fischer Markley, Hayden W. Withers.
November 8 Heennan Trio Vio
Cornets: Robert T. Jennet, Jr., lin, Cello, and Piano ((Cincinnati).
November 6 Lawrence cook, or
Henry O. Hall, Harold O. Ashley,
M. J. Holbrook, Jr., Truett MUler, ganist ((Louisville).
November 22 Hans Merx, nan- John Mumlord, William Lawrence
Wolfe, Joe M. Daniel, Erie W. Hays, tone In program of German Lieder.
Moore,
November 29 University Orches
Elwood Arand, Clarence
Charles H, Struble, Lantz Ogden, tra with soloist.
Cohen,
December 8 Mary Ann Kaufman
Edgar Bagshaw, Stuart
Brown. Soprano ((Cincinnati).
Ralph G. WUifrey.
December 3 Y. W. C. A. and
Drums: Gaylon Harvey, William
T. MoClure, Ben Stark, Harry Story Y. M. C. A. Christmas Pageant.
January 10 Foster Krake, BariShulta, Fred Crawley, LeRoy
Hedges, Jim Templin, Ralph A. tone.
January 7 Frank Knelsel, violinParr.
SENATE TO MEET
Clarinets: Howard 8. Holley, Wil- ist (New York).
January 24 University Baccaliam P. Meyers, Chalmers Wheeler,
Th TTnivrKitv Remits will meet
Joe Sewell, Joe Norvell, William laureate Service.
January 31 University Orchestra in the lecture room of McVey hall
Hoover, Ralph Cornett, Clinton L.
Monday October 12. at 4 p. m.
Gooch, Jr., L. P. Cogswell, Richard with Soloist.
February 7 Dwight Anderson,
(Bignecu tzra i. uum,
Evans, Robert H. Ctirlsman, R. T.
Secretary of the Senate.
Tookey, W. E. McOlnety, Harry B. Pianist Bponsored by Phi Beta.
McLean,
4 Cameron
February
O. Evana, Robert W.
Olbbon, J.
Poynter, W. G. Luxon, Raymond Baritone (Detroit).
February 21 McDowell Club ProNotice!
Relster, Robert Biuford.
Horns: Robert A. Palmare, Crosby gram.
February 28 Combined UniverBean, Lee B. Oalther, Cecil T.
All students who have had picRobertson, Carl J. Boone, James R. sity Glee Clubs.
tures taken for the 1932 Ken-tuMarch 6 Lucia Chagnon, Soprano
Moore, Justin C. Blackerby, James
an are requested to call for
(New York).
Evans, Jr.
the proofs today. Photographer
Organ-b- it
March 3 Lawrence Cook,
Babses: Alfred O. Miller, James
will be In the basement of the
Norvell, Elmer Neunum, Joseph
Holcomb, David Watts. Bruce

...

TRYOUT PLANS

PLAYS ARE ON RESERVE

h.

CLASS ELECTIONS

STROLLERS MAKE
Final Arrangements Are
pleted by Organization at Meeting
Tuesday

BEGINS

Men's gymnasium.

Beauty Entries
For Kentuckian
Due Wednesday
All students for the beauty section
of the 1932 Kentuckian, university
year book, must be In by Wednesday, October 14, according to a
statement issued by James C. Lyne,
feature editor. Each petition lor
entrance must be signed by SO male

students.
Each sorority is allowed three
entrants, and these three will be
photographed free of charge. Each
entrant exceeding this number will
be charged a nominal fee. Independent girls wno wish to enter
also will be photographed free of
charge.

The election of officers for the
various class will be conducted on
Wednesday, October 22 and Thursday, October 23. On the former
date the freshman and Junior classes
will elect their officers while the
seniors and sophomores will vote
for their candidates on Thursday.
The location of the ballot boxes
and other details of the registering and the counting of the ballots
will be decided on by the council at
a special meeting to be held Thursday.
All candidates to be placed on the
ballots must have a petition containing the signatures of 25 mem
bers of the class from which the
candidate Is being selected. The
petitions must be presented at the
office of dean of men or to the
secretary of the council, Clarence
Yeager, before noon on October 15.
Each petition must be accompanied
with a statement from the Registrar's office certifying that the
signers are members of the class
they are representing. A statement
that the candidate had a university
standing for the previous semester
also must be submitted for all except candidates from the freshman
class.
The officers to be elected will
consist of a president,
for
and secretary-treasureach class, except the senior class,
which has a separate office for the
secretary and the treasurer.
In the consideration of the discipline of freshmen, definite procedure was decided upon The first
year men will be required to follow
the regulations specified by the
council and a number of violators
have been listed for a call before
the body at the next regular meeting.
nt

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K. of C. to Entertain

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liaie

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The contest probably will be
C
ainOllCS
I Or
Judged by Earl Carrol, New York
theatrical producer, who was Judge
of the contest last year. The winner Banquet Will Be Given at La
of the contest in 1931 was Mary
fayette Hotel Mon-

Virginia Willis, Ashland, now Mrs.
Other
Frazee Wilson, Lexington.
winners were Virginia Dougherty.
Alice Bruner, Mrs. William Gess,
nee Jane Hamilton, irma rnae,
Georgetta Walker, Sue Rogers and
Carleen Grant.
The photographers. Young and
will be here
Carl of Cincinnati,
Tuesday and Wednesday, October
21 and 22. At this time, all entrants

must have their pictures taken.
All applications must be turned
In to Mr. Lvne at The Kentuckian
office on the third floor of the Ad
ministration building.

Plans Are Formulated
for Pledge Banquet
Y. M. C. A. Cabinets Are Arranging for Event to Re
Held in Near Future
Plans are now being made by the
for an
pledge banquet, which
will be given within the next few
weeks. William Shafer and Cameron
Coffman, representing the senior
cabinet, have been appointed to
make final arrangements for the
Y. M. C. A. cabinets

inter-fraarni- ty

banquet.
Negotiations are under way to
have Branch Rickey, manager of
the St. Louis National League base-hu- ll
team, here as the principal
speaker of the evening.

The

lnter-lraternl- ty

piecige

Dan-qu-

et

idea was Inaugurated last year
at the university through the efforts of the Y. M. C. A. when a
banquet was given in the fraternity school cafeteria and 60 pledges
and members of the cabinets were
present. Senator "Happy" Chandler, Versailles, was the speaker. It
U planned this year to hold the
banquet In one of the down-tow- n
hotels and aarangements are being
made for approximately 25 pledges
and Y. M. C. A. members.
The University of Illinois was
the first to sponsor a banquet of
this kind. It has now become a
permanent feature on the Illinois
campus. If the banquet Is met with
marked success tills year it will become
an annual affair on the
University of Kentucky campus.

day Night

The Blue Grass council of Knights
of Columbus will entertain at 6:30
o'clock Monday night in the ballroom of the Lafayette hotel with
its second annual Columbus Day
banquet for the male Catholics of
the university and Transylvania
college.. The Rev. Hugo Sloctemyer,
president of Xavier university In
Cincinnati will deliver the principal address of the evening.
Mayor James J. O'Brien will welcome the students to the city. Others
who will appear on the program
are: Judge W. T. Drury and the
and
Rev. George. J. O'Bryan,
Joseph S. Relster, of Lexington, and
James Lynch, of Bridgeport, Conn.
The past grand knights of the council will also sit at . the speakers'
table. The speakers will be introduced by James R. Miner, of Lexington.
Invitations to Catholic students of
the university and Transylvania
have been Issued through the mall.
Those who will accept the bids are
requested to phone either Joe 8.
Relster, Ashland 6419, or James R.
Miner. Ashland 3819. after 6 o'clock any day.
More than 50 students attended
the banquet last year, and the
same number Is expected to be in
attendance next Monday night.
Members of the council urge all
Catholic male students to attend.

Class Elections

TEAMS TO CLASH

Petitions of candidates for the
annual class elections must be

ON LOCAL GRID
FIELD SATURDAY

submitted to the dean of men
or the secretary
of the mens
student council by Thursday
noon. October 15. it was decided
at a meeting of the council at
4 o'clock yesterday
afternoon In
the administration building. The
official notice follows:
"Each petition for class office
mist be signed by 25 bonaflde
members of the class from which
the petition is submitted, and
with the exception of freshman
candidates, each petition must
be accompanied by a certificate
of eligibility from the Registrar
that the petitioner had a university standing of at least one
for the previous semester, and
;hat said petitioners are bonaflde
members of the class from which
they are submitting petitions.
"All petitions to be received by
the dean of men or by the secretary of the men's student
council by Thursday noon, Octo
ber 15."
'Signed) Men's Student Council
By Clarence Yeager,
Secretary.

and Luther Replace
Yates and Seale in First

Duff

String

When the Wildcats take
the field against the Washington and Lee Generals at
2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon there will be at least
two changes in the line, and
maybe several shifts and
changes in the backfield.

PEP RALLY

Gvmnasium
TO

BE

P

History of Former Games
Discloses Four Victories
Each and Two Ties

Second Meeting of Year Will
Be Held at 7:30 o'clock
Tonight in Men's

MUIR

p

BACKFIELD MAY SEE
CHANGES IN LINE-U-

SUKY WILL HOLD
W.-- L.

Shake-U-

SPEAKER

The second pep meeting of the
year will be held at 7:30 o'clock
tonight In the men's gymnasium,
according to Jimmy Bishop, chairman of the committee recently appointed by Suky Circle to take
charge.
Wallace Mulr, a former
Wildcat, now practicing law in Lexington will be the principle speaker.
The program also includes speeches
by Tom Phlpps, better known to
the fans as the "old war horse,"
and Coach Harry Gamage. guardian
of the Big Blue.
According to the committee in
charge, Coach Gamage has promised to have his Wildcats on hand.
The W. and L. pep meeting has
always attracted the largest crowd
of any session with the possible exception of the Tennessee pep meeting and Suky is planning to make
the meeting as attractive as possible. The university band will be
on hand and an appropriate program of collegiate airs is planned
to inject pep into the football devotees present.
The cheer leaders for the year
also will be selected at this meeting.
Those wishing to try out for the
position are requested to gei m
touch wlthJimmy Bishop. The ap
plause the crowd gives each candidate will be taken into consideration when the final selection of the
yell leader is made.
The committee in charge of the
affair is composed of Jimmy Bishop,
Floy Bowling, and John Ewing.
Babe Wright, captain of this year's
edition of the 'Cats, is expected to
say his bit to the audience. Shipwreck Kelly also will be called upon
to tell the fans of Kentucky's
chances and each member of the
team will be presented and cheered
on to a victory over the Generals.

Members of Men's
Glee Club Announced

The Wildcats have been subject
to a complete educational series
on how to tear holes in the enemy
line, how to tackle, how to pass, and
how to block. As a result of the
courses offered, and taken, several
football students have been advanced from the foot of the class to
first team berths.
Two changes that are positive
are: the advancement of BUI Lather from the third team to the
fist string center, and the replacement of George Yates by Duff at
the end post. Tentative backfield chances seem to point toward Johnson's moving back from
signal caller to blocking-bac- k
and
Richards being moved to call the
signals. And that isn't alL Johnson may not start. If he doesn't,
either Phipps or Kercheval will
replace him.
It all resulted from the scrim-age- s
held this week. Gamage placed the ball within ten yards of the
goal and ordered the first team to
take it over. And in order to get
it over they had to get through a
determined second string line.
The second team outfought them
them. Fourth down
and
came around and there was still
about five or six to go. Things looked black for the Wildcats. Darby
tore his opposition down. Bill Luther got through Seale. Kreuter
and Duff swept around the ends
and make tackles. As a result Luther, Duff and Kreuter moved over
to the first line.
Seale rarely gets mad probably
that is his trouble, but for three
days he hasn't cracked a smile. His
work against Luther is like that of
a wildman, but Luther holds on.
The day after Cavana lost his berth
he returned to his original place.
Yates has yet to regain his position.
In the second backfield Jack
Phipps made some tackles that were
lessons in perfection. Worthington,
back in uniform after a long layoff, couldn't see anyone passing him
if they had a ball in their arms.
In order that Kelly should get
the proper amount of tackling practice he worked on the defensive side
of the line for several days, and as
a result he is showing improvement.
Wednesday was the tough day for
the squad. They played more than
a regulation game, for after they
had worked out against a combina-- (
Continued on page Five)
out-talk-

Former Theater
Director Opens
On Broadway

Organization Plans Extensive
"The Guest Room," produced and
directed by Carol Sax, former head
Program for Current
of the university art department
Year
and director of the campus little

theater, opened Tuesday night at
the Baltimore Theater in New York
city, according to the New York
Times. The play had a p
run at the Windsor theater in the
yesterday by Prof. C. A. Lampert, Bronx.
director.
In conjunction with the
Mr. Sax, formerly of Ottumwa,
Girl's glee club, the organization Iowa, originated the Romany theawill appear at one of the forthcom- ter, which became the Gulgnol uping vesper services, the date of on his resignation,
and directed
which has not yet been decided.
plays there for several years. Tbo
The Men's glee club for the pres- building which he had remodeled
ent semester will consist of the fol- for theatrical use was an old Negro
lowing: James Edwin Adams. J.
church, and the theater was moved
Frank Adams, Kenneth O. Alley, to its present site when the Art
William A. Bruce, Bill Conley, Joe center was constructed.
F. Conley, Mills J. Darnell, James
After leaving Lexington Mr. Sax
S. Drennan, James E. Evans, Louis
Paris,
a
Godbey, John B. Grlfly, Kenneth directed for little theater inHe was
several months.
France,
Keys, Fay W. Kerrlck,
James
spring.
Champion, Frank Kleswetter, Hal- a visitor here last Guest Room."
The cast of "The
J. Gordln LUanby, which is a comedy by Arthur
bert Leet,
S
Charles B. Lovell, J. B. Lowett,
NOTICE!
Includes Helen Lowell, BevHarry Mlchas, William McOlure, erly SUt greaves, Otto Hulett, Joan
University women who wish to Kern Patterson, Burnam Pearlman, Kenyon, Joan Goodman, Herbert
go to Wellington to attend the Tom Owsley, Jimmy Randol, Wil- Warren and Edmonla Nolley.
Kentucky-Marylan- d
football game liam Ramsey.
next week are required to go on J. V. Rogers, Leslie Scott, O. W.
the special train with the chaperone Schuermeyer, R. L. Sorenson, WalNotice!
and must have written permission ter 8teitler, John Watts, Robert
from home and special permission Wert, Banker White, Richard AlliAny student who wishes to
from Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes, assist- son, Maurice Dlckman, Robert
find out his ranking In the clasant dean of women, according to Featherston. Nevln Ootbel, Jack
sification tests may do so by
information sent out frcm the dean Hastei, J. R. McCord, Thorn Tempi-tocalling at the office of Prof. E. J.
A. Tomasulo, W. P. Thomas,
The
of women's office yesterday.
Asher, room 302 Neville hall, bespecial train will leave at 2:30 p. m. Dave Welsh, O. Martin. Major
tween 2 and 5 o'clock any afterThomas Scott, D. J.
Friday, October 16, and will start Beadman,
noon except Saturday. The rankback at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Webb, Ray Wright, Edward Barnes,
ing will be accompanied by a
arriving in Lexington at 7:00 a. m. William McOlnety, Haskell Landon,
Monday. The round-tri- p
fare will John Pardue, Earl Carran, B. C. statement of the significance of
the testa.
be $30 95 and the Pullman 15.65 Riley, Jr., Bill Massle, Ed Ourvlll,
E. J. ASHER.
each way. There will be a dining J. O. Jacoba, J. T. 8wney, R
Atcher.
car on the train.
An extensive program for the
current year has been planned for
the university Mens glee club, ac
cording to an announcement issued

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Virtiinla Dougherty. Emily Hnrdin.
Kdythe Reynolds. Virginia Nevins,
Juliet Galloway. Eleanor Smith.
Miss Margie McLaughlin, alumnae
faculty advisor.
Alumnae members of Theta Sigma Phi met for dinner at 6:30 o'clock. Thursday evening at the
Green Tree.

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And sought the secret
Of the scheme called life.
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The sky a dome
Where death's cold fingers
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Tea for Mrs. I.uxon
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Mrs. Elizabeth Luxon was guest
of honor at a tea given Thursday
Friday. Ortob"r 9
afternoon by Sigma Alpha Fpsilon
meeting. 7:30 p. m., fraternity. Mrs. Luxon is house
Faculty Club
mother for the fraternity.
Faculty Club room. McVey hall.
University council meeting, 4 p. m.,
Dr. Jones Spoke
President's office.
Saturday, October 10
Dr. J. Catron Jones, head of the
Washington and Lee university vs. political science department at the
football university, spoke before the memUniversity
of Kentucky,
game. 2:30 p. m.. Stoll Field.
bers of the Business and professional Women's club of the Y. W. C. A.,
Tuesday) night. Tine subject was
ThHa Sigma Thi Notes
Active members of Theta Sigma "The New State Constitution and
Phi, national professional honorary Whoy."
journalistic fraternity were enterSpeaks at Breathitt Dedication
tained by the president. Mary Alice
Mr. Bart N. Peak, secretary of
Salyers. at her home, 419 Transylvania Park. Tuesday evening. Fol- the university Y. M. C. A., return
lowing a business meeting, dainty ed to Lexington Tuesday night afdedi- ter participating in the all-drefreshments were served.
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The executive committee of the
University Alumni Association met
for dinner at 6:30 o'clock Monday
night at the Chimney Corner. This
was the regular monthly meeting of
the group, whose members are Dr
E. C. Elliott, host at the dinner
meeting; Dr. George Wilson, Messrs.
L. K. Frankel,
Maury Crutcher,
L. K. Rhoads, Walter Hillenmeyer,
Col. W. C. Wilson. Dr. David Buck
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Marguerite McLaughlin. Miss Bet
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absence of Mr. James Shropshire,
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held in Louisville October IS and
6. iMlss Margaret L King,
head
librarian, will speak on "Facilities
for Library Education in Kentucky"
at a luncheon to be given Friday,
October 16, at the Brown Hotel by
the Library Extension Committee of
assothe Kentucky
ciation.
Miss King, Miss Artie Lee Taylor,
Miss Ellen V. Butlei, and Miss
Bessie Boughton will attend both
days of the session, while Miss Mildred Semmons, Miss Norma B. Cass,
and Mrs. Daisye H. Croft will be
present for the last day of the meeting.
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questionable "as to which one has
had the more varied and colorful
existence, for Dark Spot has been
around some, too.
Dark Spot came to Kentucky in
a sack, carried by a hitch-hikstopfrom Florida. The hitch-hikped at the house of Maury J.
Crutcher, where In appreciation of
a very fine meal given him by Mrs.
Crutcher, he tendered the 'gator as
payment, abandoning former plans
he had had for selling the creature.
Now Mrs. Crutcher, thinking of
how she would like to be treated
were she an alligator, without delay placed Dark Spot in a tub of
water in her basement, withdrawing then to the upper household
regions.
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search failed to reveal the whereabouts of Dark Spot, and for three
whole weeks nothing was seen or
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Zeta Tau Alpha sorority entertained Tuesday evening with a buff