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KERNEL

SEMI-WEEKL-

UNIVERSITY

OF

PAID Brawn Triumphs
OF MEN As Coaches Trim

TRIBUTE IS

INTERSCHOLASTIC

TO DEAN

TRACK MEET SET

President McVey Lauds (he
Services and Work of
Dean Melchcr

Teachers
Wrest ling
Much

FOR TOMORROW

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Entertainment

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Annual Event

During Half

WATCH PRESENTED
BY MEN STUDENTS

Schools

Representatives To 14th
TO RE SPONSORED RY

What's This?

SuKy
Going Native?
"I make a motion that
members wear SuKy sweaters
and white skirts and pants to
the dance, Friday," quoth one
fair damsel who is a member
of the student pep organization.
Violent objections were
forthwith expressed and the
motion was defeated after
much heated discussion.
Frank Adams suggested thnt
members
Just wear SuKy
more discussion.
sweaters
Motion was defeated.
The final motion approved
by the Circle. . .members will
wear SuKy sweaters; white
shirts and pants will be optional.. And were their laces
red!

The coaches' quintet proved itU. K. ON STOLE FIELD
self to be a strong finisher by scorRetiring Dean Is To Re Re- ing three field goals in the last Madden Memorial Medals To
three minutes of play to win the
Re Awarded Winners in
tained on Staff as Probasketball
annual coaches-facult- y
All. Events
fessor Emeritus
game
This game was the
By J. B. WrttS
Tribute was paid to Dean C. R. feature event of the sports carnival
Melcher, retiring Dean of Men, for staged Wednesday night in the,
The 14th annual Interscholastic
his 26 years of loyal and efficient Alumni gym. Four wrestling track meet which will be sponsored
service to the University by over matches were also on the program, by the Athletic and Extension d
200 students and faculty members the proceeds of which will go to partments will be held Saturday on
Stoll field, beginning at 10 a. m. and
at a dinner held In his honor Tues- the student loan fund.
continuing through
day nipht at the University comThe basketball game was a hard in conjunction with the afternoon
the Kentucky
mon. Dr. Frank L. McVey was the fought battle all the way through.
meet.
principal speaker.
During the game neither team was and Tennessee schools participated
Last year, 23
Tn his address President McVey ever, more than three points in the
pointed out that not only has Dean van, except for that final surge of and 82 boys represented them. This
Melcher carried out his extensive the coaches which put the game year 270 boys, will come from 26
schools. This increase in reprework as Dean of Men hut also as on Ice.
sentation ana entries shows a
head of the German department.
At half time, the faculty had a marked rise of interest in track
Dean Melcher will retire at the two point lead, but when play was
Several of the contestants of last
close of the school year as De,an resumed "Spinner" Campbell scorof men, but will be retained on ed two baskets in quick succession year are returning this year to Second in Series of Afternoon
the University staff with special to put the coaches ahead. When either defend their titles, or to bet
Entertainments Will
ter thqir previous record.
Male
duties as Professor Emeritus.
the third quarter was completed High school of Louisville will prob
Be Presented In
Recounting, In part, the attri tne score was uea, ana irom men BDiy nave tne strongest team in
Amphitheatre
butes of Dean Melcher In his po- on until the waning minutes of the contest, as they have eight
sition as "a supervisor, one able to
it was a nip and tuck affair. erans on their squad, including LAST PROGRAM MAY 28
appreciate a student group, and an"Spinner" Campbell led both Woodward who won the
ticipate the needs for friendship teams in scoring with 16 points, dash in 10.3 and the
dash
The
and advice," President McVey con- and It was his abilty to drive in tn 23.7 last year, and Paxton, who spring second in isthe series of five
contests
to be given by
cluded by saying that the banquet for a basket whenever needed that took the
dash In 2:10.4, the University of Kentucky Concert
was eimply In recognition that "a brought
Lacy who
four others band, under the direction of Elmer
about the final score. and
part of the work had been finished "Big-BoRoy, faculty center, and for the premier position in the pole O. Sulzer, Sunday, May 7 at 4 p. m.,
in a fine and forceful way, and to "Psycho" Asher were the outstand- vault.
at the Memorial hall amphitheater.
wish richer and fuller happiness ing pedagogues.
Middlesboro will bring Rogan who
Roy made himthe
and opportunity fqr thfe looming self especially obnoxious to the won the one mile event in 4:53, In case of Inclement weather, Me
program will be presented in
years.
mentors, for he roamed all over Lewis who won second position in morial hall.
Dean Melcher spoke of the thor- the floor breaking up their passing the
dashes.
and
The presentation will feature
ough enjoyment he had obtained attack, while collecting nine points. Among the other teams to send
Robert Griffith, baritone soloist,
from his work at the University
Credit Is due the members of the contestants from last year are: St.
and outlined the offices he had fill- faculty squad for putting up such Xavier, Duporit Manual, Berea, and and also the Little German band.
The concert will be given each
ed. Mentioning the fact that he an excellent brand of ball, and El- Dayton.
Sunday until May 28, when the
This meet is sponsored annually last
had served under three presidents. lis Johnson deserves a hand for the
one
Dean Melcher said that he had superb manner In which he offi- by the department of university sented. for this year will be preserved over a long period of time ciated the game.
extension. In collaboration with the
The program for Sunday, May 7,
on six major committees and told
Between the halves, four wrest- Athletic department. Due to the
of the Initiation of his major office. ling matches which proved to be fact that most of the high schools is as follows:
March Pasadena Day, by Ves- He spoke of his associations with extremely hard fought and extra- of the state are in poor financial
salla.
Dean W. S. Taylor, of the depart- ordinarily comical in nature, were circumstances, no fees were charged for entrance.
Potpourri
Oh Fair Dove, Oh
ment of education and Dr. J. S. held.
Individual awards will be given Fond Dove, by Schlepegrell.
In the first match "Monkey-Man- "
Chambers, head of the department
Thomas defeated Prof. (57 to the winners of the several events
hygiene, two former students of
of
Baritone solo Sylvia, by Speaks;
Varieties) Heinz by slamming him and they will be awarded follow- Robert Griffith.
his, with a great deal of pride.
ing each event. These awards are
Selections from "Good News," by
Gordon Burns, president of the to the mat on two occasions to win
the
Memorial
trophies Desylvia, Brown k Henderson.
council, presented the first and third falls of a best which Madden
are given in memory of the
two out of three falls contest.
Intermission
a gold watch to Dean Melchen on Dave Singer, who looked like a late John E. Madden who was a
French March novelty Parade of
behalf of the.,irjen students of the beer
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the Gendarmes, by Lake.
University in appreciation of the togs, keg on props in his wrestling
tossed "Kewple Doll" Seale
Waltzes
Wine, Women, and
"fidelity and understanding1 with
over the gym and finally pinned
Song, by Strauss.
which he had served in his official all
him after punishing Seale severely.
Presenting
capacity." A large basket of flowThe Little German
Band: Joe McDaniel, cornet; James
ers given by Delta Tau Delta, of Seale appeared on the mat attired
in pink scanties and a brassiere.
unpin and Wiley Foreman, clarwhich Dean Melcher was a member
Finis was written to a grudge
inets; John Irvine, trombone; and
formed the principal decoration at
that has lasted for a long time, Physics Fraternity Will Ad- Robert Griffith, tuba.
the speakers table.
mit Five at Ceremonies to
when "Cadaver" Allen scissored his
March
The Barnstormer, bv
Every member of the Delta Tau way to victory over "Hack"
Be Held Today
Brown.
Delta fraternity was present as well
Undressing on the floor,
as representatives from every social the gladiators tore into each other
The spring initiation of Lambda
and honorary men's fraternity on while attired in long underwear. chapter of Sigma Pi Sigma, nation
the campus. Mr. Cameron McLean The union suits lasted only a short al honorary physics fraternity, will
sang, "On the Road to Mandalay,". time under their rough treatment. be held this afternoon at '4 p. m.
and "Mary." His accompanist was By hogtleing "Hack" with the rem in the Physics building and will be
Mrs. Mabelle Mabel of Chicago. nants of his underwear and slap- followed by an initiation dinner at
Music was also given by the Ger- ping a scissor hold on him, "Doc" the Tea Cup Inn.
man band directed by Elmer G. was able to chalk up a win.
Sigma Pi Sigma was founded at Descendant of Irving's Died- Sulzer and composed of James GilDavidson College, December 11, 1921
ivnicKerDocker
pin, clarinet; Wiley Foreman, clar- TENNIS TOURNAMENT
is
and has since that time expanded
Guest of Engineers In Coninet; Joel McDaniel, cornet; and
one of
ENTRIES DUE TODAY into 25 chapters,University which is
Robert Griffith, tuba.
located at the
vocation Wednesday
of the
Phillipines.
Lambda chapter was
All entries for the Women's TenDr . William S. Knickerbocker,
nis tournament which will be spon installed at the University of Keneditor of the Sewanee Review, the
sored by the Women's Athletic as tucky, May 15, 1930.
Prof. W. G. Nash, professor of oldest living literary quarterly in
sociation, must be turned In to
the United States and Spalding
Sarah Whittinghilt or Miss Laura physics and mathematics at professor
of English in the UniverK. Johnson on Friday, May 5. Georgetown College, will be the
sity of the South in Sewanee, TenDrawings will be posted Monday principal dinner speaker. The ones
nessee, will be the speaker at the
to be initiated, who will be guests
in the Women's gymnasium.
of honor at the dinner are Elsa engineers' convocation at 10 a. m.,
A silver loving cup will be presented to the sorority which wins Lisle, Evelyn Baker, H. P. Adams, Wednesday, May 10, in Memorial
hall.
W. B. Cundiff, and T. J. Voll.
the doubles contest.
Doctor Knickerbocker has chosen
for his subject, "The Excitement of
Where there is a path, there is
Shakespeare," a scholarly address
hope that sometime or other there
interpreting the theory of Shakewill be a walkway. It seems that
spearean tragedy from the point of
several of the walks constructed in
view which contradicts the efforts
recent years have been laid where
of Bradley and others to interpret
students had trodden paths. At
Shakespeare from
By BEN TAYLOR
the present time a very distinct
canons, and by frequent allusions
path runs from the walk in front
Scenes from the play, "Alas! Poor tor, they danced off, feeling reliev- to the comedies, histories and
of McVey hall aqross the 'glen' Vorick," recent production of the ed, and Joined waiting eds who had tragedies
to indicate that Shake-pear- e
between the 'Ag' building and Guignol theater, took life at a re- been wearing the floor out behind
was doing the opposite;
Neville hall,1 Either a Walkway hearsal at the little theater for "A the entrance doors.
namely, to excite imaginative dehere, or Midsummer Night's Dream," which
should be constructed
After so long a time, character lights, awe, wonder, profundity of
traveling this path prohibited it will run the week of May 15. Direcin the next scene fin- the infinite riches of human life in
looks bad I
tor Fowler was playing the prin- ished his light soliloquy, and the a complex and disturbing universe.
cipal role, but he changed the sit- prompter efficiently read, "StarvelThe engineers will have as their
The next meeting of the
ing, Bottom, Quince, Snut !" A guests, faculty members and stuuation from a director to a veritCouncil will be held at 6 able Mussolini of the theater.
healthy echo was the only answer, dents of the University identified
p. m., May 15, at the Sigma Nu
The moon was shining brightly, whereupon
Mr. Fowler turned, with English training and study.
house.
and being a nice warm night, Mr. opened the doors leading to the Everyone within the vicinity of
Fowler's "children" (as he calls front of the theater, and yelled in Lexington is invited to be present
There will be a meeting of O. D.
with questionable affection) a voice that would be a credit to on this occasion for the speaker is
K., both actives and pledges, at 5 them feeling inclined
were
for the missing one of the outstanding lecturers on
to stage a few any train-callp. m. Monday, May 8, in White hall.
between
romances and characters. Soon, a shuffle of feet English subjects in this country.
Important.
comedies. In other words, courting was heard, and the four, ShakebeAll members of SuKy circle will was going on by the main entrance spearian horsemen came in to
M'VEY WILL ATTEND
meet in the check room of the and bull sessions in the box office. gin speaking their lines as though
MEET IX WASHINGTON
"What was the last word you they were in the midst of the
Alumni gymnasium at 11 o'clock said, 'Egeus'?
yelled Director Fowlperformance.
Friday night for the pledglfig of ) er above
Pres. Flank L. McVey left Thursthe din 'Whirl'? Oh!
About the time the play was getnew members.
ting along, who would come in but day afternoon for Washington, D.
The Home Economics club will World'." said Egeus
"WoiT,"
our dear friend, Edward O Bryan D. where he will attend a meeting
exhuustedly.
meet Monday at 7:30 p. m. in the
'
Sec"I
Women's building. All members you still don't know which word Kelly, otherwise known as Officer of theof Education Relations
are trying to say," replied the Pup." He was playing "ditectiff." tion
the National Research
are urged to attend,
maestro from the back of the the- having donned the civilian garb council on Friday and Saturday.
of the He will also attend a meeting of
All entries in the intramural ater. "Maybe its the noise out and a swell descendant
fencing tournament must be In side. Hey, out there! Will you "Holmes" cap. Being in the midst the American Council on EducaHe will return the first of
of a scene that didn't suit so well, tion.
the Intramural office by 6 p. m., please keep quiet?"
i Sudden
stillness which almost our protector was told in short or- the week.
May
to C. W.
Intramural director. All blaps you in the lace takes effect.) der, In fact before he got in the
"Now, go on, 'Egeus'."
door, that this was a "rehearsal !"
organizwtions may enter three men
"
"Woil
KKPOKTtKS WANTED
Without so much as blowing a
and the elimination tournament
"No. It s you. Worl-duStart whistle, Officer Pup quickly disapwill be held at 7 p. m. May 17.
Perkoii dektriiiK to work
over on the last line."
peared into the dark hall way.
on the rrpurtoriul Ktaff of
Ater some time, the scene for The Maestro decided tliut the
The Women's Athletic association
The Kernel are requested to
council will hold a meeting at 4 the entrance of the fuiries came best way to have a good rehearsal
report to the Kernel Newt
p. ni.. Monday, May 8, In the due. Being rushed away from their would be to go through the whole
room. McVry hall, Monday,
dates, the popular
danced thing again. He lost no time in
Women's building.
May 8, from I until 11 a. m.
on the stage ever so daintily with a telling the children that he would
and from S until I p. m.
Scabbard and Blude members will scowl on their faces that would do this, which did not H" so well
MAKV t TEKKELL
draw sabers before 12 o'clock today. mean trouble to anybody's future with Ithein. "Anytlfcng for art's
New Editor
Uniforms will be blouses and white husband.
After a few minutes of sake," was the sarcastic answer,
(Continued on Page Four)
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ALUMNI GYM TONIGHT

KENTUCKY

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, MAY 5,

VOLUME XXIII

AT U. K. BANQUET

GINGHAM DANCE

THE KENTUCKY KERNEL

FRIDAY EDITION

NEW SERIES NO.

19.13

Annual May Day Festivities
Preceded by Convocation;
Sullivan Medallions Given
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NET TOURNEY SET
Baron Frerses L FOR NEXT WEEK
At Convocation University Extension Depart
'Make Practical Use of the
Human Radio" is Advice of Baron

ment To Hold 3rd High
School Tennis
Meet

FIRST

HELD

IN

1931

"Human Radio" was the subject
of Baron Eugene Frerses L, speakThe third annual Kentucky high
assembly
er at the Engineering
which was held at 10 a. m. Wed- school tennis tournament will be
nesday in Memorial hall.
held Friday and Saturday, May 12
Baron Frerses L discussed one and 13, on the University courts.
of the deepest of subjects,
the
interest has been
human radio. He said that we all Considerable
have what is known as wave shown in the two tournaments
lengths, three in number, and these held, and it Is expected that the
are about us: the first one is. next coming tournament will be the best
to our bodies and Is invisible to )
the naked eye; the second .
The first tournament held two
around the first wave length r1d
can be seen as a misty looking years ago. was more or less of an
substance,
and the third wave experiment to learn if the Kenlength varies with the individual. tucky high schools were interested
Some people have six inches of in taking part in a tennis tournalimthis about them while others have ment. It was thought best to only,
sometimes several miles which af- it the competition to doubles
fect every one about them. We and there were some thirteen
schools represented.
The winning
have not found out
of the things that our bodies can team was from Woodford school
and was composed of Nathan Eldo. But It will mean more to us
if we did. than to sit around liot, who is now a freshman in the
dreaming of the soul and the mind University, and Myers Whittaker.
The runner-u- p
team represented
of man.
Normal School, and its mem"The human station is more com- Berea were
John McDonald and
plex than other radio stations," bers
the Baron stated. He said that as Shelby Wagers.
Last year, contests in both sina whole the body is a radio station
to receive and to send out waves gles and doubles were held and 20
that we get the vibrations through schools entered teams. The comour skin, which is full of tiny petition was keen throughout, and
nerve tendons.
"Make practical the type of tennis was somewhat
in the
use of the human radio." was the better than that shown
1931 tourney.
closing statement of the Baron.
The singles winner
Baron Frerses L. is a native o was Joe O'Brien. Highlands high
In winRussia and there he received the school of Fort Thomas.
title of Baron and Prince. He is a ning, he defeated both Elliot and
graduate of the University
of Whittaker, who ranked fourth and
The runner-u- p
Moscow, and is a nephew of Count fifth respectively.
Colstel. He has just completed a was Charles Coleman, representing
series of ten lectures in Louisville Danville high school. The doubles
were won by Warfield Donahue and
on the "Science of Being."
George Trakas. St. Xavier
high
school. Louisville. The runner-u- p
team in the doubles was composed
or Ralph Dudgeon and Jesse Sims,
Lebanon high school.

Sponsors Will Be
Selected Tuesday
Nominations of Candidates
Must Re Turned In
By Friday

Poetry Winners
To Be Announced

Nominations for sponsors for the
competing companies in the Persh
ing Rifle dull meet to be held on
Friday night, May 12, will have to
Winners in the poetry contest
be in by 10 a. m. Friday, May 5, which was sponsored by Chi Delta
according
to an announcement Phi, national honorary literary ormade yesterday by Lieutenant
ganization for women, will be preTwenty-fiv- e
nominations sented at the annual May Day conhad been turned in by noon yes- vocation, at 10 a. m.. in Memorial
terday.
hall.
Those who wish to nominate girls
The first prize, which is five dolas sponsors to the lars, will go to Mrs. Grace D.an.
for appointments
competing
Pershing Rifle units senior in the College of Arts and
have to sell ten tickets to the meet Science, and author of the poem.
and turn the money into Lieuten- "Dogwood Mystery." The second
ant LeSturgeon before 10 a. m. to- prize, also an award of five dollars,
day.
will be presented to Helen Frances
Selection of sponsors will be held Jones, freshman in the Arts and
at noon Tuesday in Lieutenant
Science college, who wrote "Tokens
room in the Armory. of Autumn."
All nominees will have to be there
No awards will be given In the
at that time. They will be select- short story contest because the
by a committee
composed of short stories which were submitted
ed
Major Brewer. Lieutenant LeSturwere not considered eligible by the
geon, and two officers of the local judges. The Chi Delta Phi prizes
company of Pershing Rifles. The will be presented by Virginia Lee
girls will be selected on their beau- - Pulliam. president of the organization.
will be selected for each competing
company in the drill. All of the
have
sororities on the campus
nominated girls.

At Convocation

Stroller Alumni

May Revive Play

Journalism Group

Pledges Six Men

There will be a meeting of the
Stroller Alumni association at 7
p. m. Monday. May 8, at the home

of Miss Helen King, 359 Linden
Sinma Delta Chi, national honWalk. Further plans are to be
orary journalism fraternity, pledgmade for the revival of an old
ed six men at its annual spring Stroller success, "The Admirable
pledging exercises Tuesday, May 2. Cnchton." by J. M. Barrie. A dinThe pledges are: Cameron Coff-ma- ner meeting was held last WednesLewisburg, W. Va.; Gene day night at the Green Tree tea
Lutes, Delmar Adams, Joe Roister, room to decide whether or not
John A. Rice, and Harold 8. Money, they will give a play during comLexington.
mencement week.
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Assembling at 10 o'clock
this morning in general convocation at Memorial hall, the
students and faculty will
formally inaugurate the University's eleventh annual ob-

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George Skinner. Lexington, and
Jane Dyer, Morganfield, were the
students named as this year's recipients of the Algernon Sydney

Sullivan Medallions.
The awards were established in
1927 by the New
York Southern
society, and are given annually to
the man and the woman of the
senior class and to a citizen of the
state "to stimulate high thought and
noble endeavor" and "in recogni- MAY DAY PROGRAM
Morning-

Convocation 10 a. m. In
Memorial hall.
Music, Prof. Abner Kelley.
Address, Dean Melcher.
Presentation of Algernon
Sidney Sullivan Medallions
Deans Branding and Melcher.
Awarding of Chi Delta Phi
poetry prize.
Pledging of Mortar Board
Afternoon
Forming of parade at 1:30
p. m. in front of Administration building.
Parade.
Dancing on Stoll field and
Crowning of May Queen.
Night
SuKy dance in Alumni
gymnasium.
Pledging of SuKy members.
Awarding
to prizes for
floats in parade.
tion of these qualities in the recipients." Last year this distinction
was achieved by Robert Allen Wise,
Morganfield, Mary Elizabeth Poole,
Lexington,
and Miss Katherine
Petit. Lexington.
Skinner is a senior in the College
of Arts and Sciences, a member of
Delta Tau Delta social fraternity,
and has a standing of 2.8. He is
a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, campus leaders fraternity; Phi
Beta Kappa, scholarship honorary;
Cadet Colonel of R. O. T. C. and
(Continued on Page Four)

BOARD
PLEDGESTODAY

MORTAR

National Honorary Senior
Women's Society Will
Pledge Ten Girls at Convocation
Mortar Board, national honorary
society for senior women, will
pledge ten new members in the May
Day convocation exercises at 10
a. m., in Memorial hall, and at that
time will also award a cup to the
freshman woman with the highest
standing for the first semester of
the school year.
The winner of the freshman cup
is Dorothy Anne Dundon. Paris, the
only freshman woman student who
made a standing of 3. She is enrolled in the Arts and Sciences college and is a pledge to Alpha Gamma Delta sorority.
New members of Mortar Board
selected from the junior class are
Judith Chadwick. Duluth, Minnesota; Jean Dawson, Louisville;
Clara Margaret
Fort. Frankfort;
Evelyn Grubbs, Coral Gables, Florida; Virginia Lee Moore. E. Falls
Church, Virginia; Alice Lang, Lex
Ington; Hazel Nollau, Lexington
Susan Jane Turner. Versailles; ! i
Robinson, Lexington,
and Sarait
Whittmghill. Hazard.
Members of Mortar Board are
annually selected from the Junior
class and are chosen on the basis
leadership,
of scholarship,
and
service to the University, with a
standing of 2 as a prerequisite for
eligibility.
Initiation of the new pledges,
which was originally scheduled tor
Sunday morning. May 7. has been
(hanged to 8:30 a. m. Sunday, May
14. at the Wellington
Arms tea
room, with the annual Mortar
Board breakfast immediately afterwards.
Alumnae dt suing to attend have been requested to notify
Mary Elizabeth Price, president, before Wednesday, May 10.

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MAY DAY

The highest honor that can be
by male
d
given a Kentucky
students of the University Is awarded each year to the girl who Is
crowned queen of the May. On
this day an elaborate program is
worked out which Includes a special
The annual University Y. M. C. A.
camp
convocation, presenting of the Sul- and Y. W. C. A. week-en- d
livan Medallion awards, a parade, will be held on May 12, 13, and 14,
the crowning of the May Queen, at Camp Daniel Boone, Valley View,
and the SuKy Gingham dance In on the Kentucky river. Approximately 60 active members and cabthe evening.
May Day has been celebrated at inet officers are expected to attend
the University since 1924. Previous this retreat.
to that time. Arbor Day celebraThe camp is owned by the state
tions were comparable to those "Y" and each member who attends
which characterize the present ob- -j pays his or her own expenses. This
servence of May Day. At the same gathering offers an excellent optime of year Class Day was held, portunity for pleasant recreation, as
and pledging of Lamp and Cross, well as for planning the program
for the coming year. Here also the
and Mortar Board took place.
It was decided, subsequently, that newly elected officers take "charge.
May Day would be a logical fusion
A committee has been appointed
to the several celebrations. In May, to outline the program, which is
1922, Miss Sarah Blandlng had realways made interesting as well as
vived the custom of having a May effective.
Outstanding executives
dance , from various parts of the state will
Day festival with a May-pol- e
on the green In front of the Ad- be the principal speakers.
Many
ministration building. The girls of Ideas on methods for carrying on
the physical education classes had thus a great deal of information is
chosen a May Queen and atten- derived by the cabinet officers.
dants from among members of the
The feature of the program will
classes.
be the sunrise service on Sunday
When, In 1924, it was decided to morning at the falls near the camp.
Institute a more elaborate festival, One can readily imagine the in-- J
male students only were allowed to spirational value of a sunrise ser- -,
cast ballots for the May Queen. vice in such a beautiful surroundSuKy circle, with the aid of the ing. Thus, by a composition of reAdministrative council, ligious, business, and recreational
Woman's
supervised the program of the day activities, the annual camp is of
which included the planting of a , three-fol- d
value to all who attend.
tree by the seniors, pledging of
Lamp and Cross, and Mortar Board,
awarding of a "K" banner to the
fraternity which had the most attractive float, burning of the freshman caps, the crowning of the May
Queen, and the Gingham dance In
If you mugs and molls will quit
the evening.
In the nine years since its exis- squeezing those two dollar tickets,
tence. May Day has come to be re- the Jester will settle this thing right
garded as a tradition on the Uni- here, now and for all. For years
versity campus. While some events this thing has caused a hellovalotta
on the program have changed, the noise from the first of May until
general purpose has remained the about the 14th. Now get this
THE CORRECT PRO
sams, and the crowning of the straight
queen and her attendants Is con NUNCIATION OF "DERBY" IS
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sidered Just as important as It was horse race
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May Queen
Queen
still an Independent.

Foxworth

is hoss's viewpoint.

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roll was called at
barnyard festival, Saturday night. Phi Sigs answered 100
per cent present. Wonder if they
got sorry for poor ettes and decided not to confine their winning
personalities and roaming feet to a
mere house dance, even if it was
their own.
When

Alfa-gamar-

And then there was the Scotchman who never had more than a
gallon of gas in his car because he
might
was afraid that a hitch-hikstick him up and take his car away
from him!

pre-Der-

coast-to-coa-

Naw, the Jester isn't getting paid
Signs of spring Alfagam, France.! for all this publicity you're getting!
Houlihan, and Kappasig, Al Block,
pinee and pinner, were seen fishing (or was it merely a pretense)
All Makes
at the courtees' paradise, the reservoir
Fidelt Doug Parrish and
Carolyn Rounsevel are Just
about picking violets on lonely
country roads. Shame on you Dougt
You wouldn't steal the Sigalf's
posies would you?... The Kahpas
raking their yard...Kahpa Babe
Brown and Sigmanu Paul Williams
taking 5 o'clock in the morning
hikes.
zy

The University offiMonuments
cials who never booked May Day
for 24 hours previous to the Derby
( sorry
horse race), thereby causing
a holiday to precede the affair (the
fifth race at Churchill Downs).

Why take life so seriously? You'll
THE BATTLE IS ON
be May Queen some time (maybe).
With the advent of spring days, You'll make a standing sometime
gentle sephyrs and general list less -- (maybe). You'll be a success if you
ness, another familiar type of stu- want to. Why take life so seriousdent cornea into his true medium. ly? You'U never get out of it alive
For want of a better cognomen, this anyhow!

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