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The Kentucky Kernel
vol.

XL

Semi-Weekl-

LEXINGTON, KY. FEBRUARY 18, 1921

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No. 18

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WILDCAT -- CENT RE SCRAP TONIGHT
GEORGETOWN SWEPT

Robin Hood Cast
Meeting Next Week

OFF FEET By WILDCATS

Faculty Are Wanted

STATES

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Hayden and Adkins Are
Luminating Dignitaries
in Spectacular Game
,

Messages FronTfnc

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KING ALSO STARS

Professor Lamport requests those
who took character parts in Robin
Hood and members of the .chorus
to meet him in the munlc room in
White Hall next Friday, February
25, at 3:30 p. m. Somo of tho old
songs will be sung, refreshments
will be served, and plans for the
organisation of a choral society
will be considered. Those concerned are urged td make every effort
to be there.

STATE SUPREMANCY TO

REPRESENTED

BE DECIDED

It Is tho dusire of Tho Kernel to
publish each tissue, any messages

In Annnual Convention of
Southern Association of

Agriculture Workers

STAFF MEMBERS TALK

A'hich tho members of tho faculty
nay wish to convoy to the student
body.
These should be about a

paragraph in length and will
published in tho order received
a regular feature of the paper.
If none are voluntarily Bent
faculty members will be invited
write them.

be
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IN GYM

Kentucky Has Advantage of
the Dope by Six

Points
HOT GAME EXPECTED

Representatives of all agricultural
in,
Centre and Kentucky will have a deinstitutions- - in the thirteen Southern
to bate on the Gym floor tonight at S
states together with fertilizer manuo'clock to decide the basketball suprefacturers, meat packers, lime produmacy of the State and, in all probabili
cers, and members of the agricultural
ty, the South'.
departments of Southern railways ASTROLLERS PLAN TRIP
The game last week at Danville, 'end
ttended the twenty-seconannua.1 conKITTENS DEFEATED
ed 29 to 27 in favor of the Colonels.
vention of the Southern Association of
TO WESTERN KENTUCKY The dope from the game with George
Agricultural Workers, which met, at
town now gives Kentucky six points
BY WESLEYANETTES
The game was .fast and spectacular
the Phoenix Hotel, in Lexington, Febadvantage, but dope is dope and nothdespite ithe fact that the Wildcat's
ruary 15, 16 and 17.
Four Towns Will Be Visited ing more.
"opponents did not have a chance. They
By University Dramatic
In the last contest the team was slow
Are Downed by Score of 18 General sessions of the Association
were unable to touch the basket for a
were held on the morning of the tliree
in getting started but in the second
to 7. in a Good '
Club.
until the Wildcats had hung up
tall
days, at which time there were disContest
half it came near downing the "Won
2C points to their credit.
For a while
cussions on agricultural problems of
CAST CHOSEN SOON
der team" despite the large lead.
;it 'looked as if the game was going to
Lavin will probably not be in the
BOYS' RULES FEATURE general interest in the South. In the
"bo a shut out.
If present plans materialize, "Tho mix-uafternoons sectional meetings were
because of his bad shoulder.
Lucifer while
Hayden looked like
The Kittens, putting up a stubborn held.. Officers of the Association who Admirable iCrichton," the play to be The rest of the line-uwill be' the
Adkins pulled off one of the polar fight, were defeated by the Kentucky had charge of the program
1)V tlie Strollers Alio forthcoming
include: Kiven
same.
flights stuff. King was a luminating Wesleyanettes, Tuesday night on
the Dan T. Gray, president, Raleigh, N. C.; nrinS' w,u be lve 1,1 four tQwns of
Maver, Centre forward, will be
di'gnltary-ffls'- o.
Both Hayden and
Dean Thomas P. Cooper, College 'of western Kentucky during the Easter
Gym floor by a score of 18 to 7.
watched closely and his record of
ran up their high point marks for
The game vas not overburdened Agricultural, University of Kentucky, vacation.
twenty points in each game is likely
the season, each making 20. King was with thrills or spectacular plays but
Herljert Graham, secretary of tho
and C. A. Moorcrs, sec-- j
to be cut somewhat. This game will
Ridgeway play-je11.
(ext in line with
Alumni Association of the University,
it was good throughout. The stars retary, Knoxville, Tenn.
bo the last, except Vanderbilt, Februgood at guard and Smith also showEleven members of the staff of the and oficers of the Strollers are in ary 22, to
of the contest were Harris and Con-lebe played here this season.
ed- up well.
Substitutions came freof Wesleyan and Henry and Crom- University of Kentucky, College of Ag-- correspondence with theatre managers Next week the Kentucky team starts
Georgetown.
quently for
well of the Kittens. Harris and Con- - riculture took part in the discussions antl University of Kentucky Alumni on the Southern tour to the
:
.JThe
lee were shotting stars while Captain at the various meetings. Those who Cluus in Bowling Green, Madisonville,
meet, where it will match
Kentudiv (56) Pos. Georaetown (11) Henry and cromwell fook the part of took-- part in the program include: Henderson and Owensboro, making
ability with the best teams in the
Hayden (20)
Adams (4) meteors.
F
Frank L. McVey, of the Uni- - rangements to give the Stroller play South.
Funk (1)
King (11)
F.'
Fifteen minute halves and boys' verslty; Professor George Roberts,'"1 tnoso towns before it is given its
All the reserved seats for tonight's
C
Forwood (6) rules were the features of the contest. head of the soils and crops depart- - inItial showing at the Lexington Opera
Adkins (20)
game have been sold and a record
Porter The
"Smith (2)
G.i
ment; Dr. W.J). Valleau, plant patho-- ! Housft Arrangements have been com
:
crowd for the year is expected.
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Jones Kentucky (7)
Ridgeway (3)
Wesleyan (18) logists; Professor E. J. Kinney and E. pleted for the presentation of the
Pos.
Tho probable lineup:
play in Bineville.
C
. Conlee (8) N. Fergus, both members of the animal
Substitutions: Kentucky Poyntz for Cromwell (2)
Kentucky
Pos.
Centre
The cast for the play lias not been
Adkins, Wllhelm for King. George- - Jamison
F
Harris (6) husbandry department; Doctor W. W.
Hayden
F
Maver
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Tague (2) Dimmock, head of the veterinary definitely chosen, but a final announce- King
town: Watkins for Adams, Adams for Black (2)
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,
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McMillan
G
NWatkins, Watkins for Funk, Simpson Potter
Smith science department; Professor E. S. ment of the complete selection is ex- Atkins
C
Flippin
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Henry (2)
Johnsonfor Porter.
Johnson (2) Good, head of the animal husbandry pected In the near future.
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Smith
Roberts
Referee, Pat Devereux.
Substitution, Kentucky, Young (1) department; Dean Thomas P. Cooper;
Ridgeway
G
Walden
and J. B. Kelley, head of the farm TWENTY-ON- E
FACULTY
for Jamison; Morris for Potter.
engineering department.
Dr. J. N. MEN IN "WHO'S WHO"
McCorhvack,
president of the State
MILITARY BALL TO
FACULTY DRIVE FOR
JOINT MEET HEARS
TAYLOR ON "SERVICE" Board of Health and W. C. Hanna, President, Deans and Professors Listed
Commissioner of Agriculture in Kenin Latest Issue of Book
BE MONDAY NIGHT
tucky, also .too'c part in the program.
"Sincerity is First Requisite For Real
Twenty-onmembers of the faculty
Christian Service"
of the University of Kentucky are
CAMERON'S LATEST
UniMen Requested to Wear
Campaign Expects Pledges
listed in the current issue of "Who's
Mr. Howard E. Taylor, of Berea, was
Call me anything,
form in Their Branch
of Two to Four Per Cent
W1io In America" which has Just been
tho speaker at the joint meeting of
But don't call August,
of Service
of Annual Salary
received at the. Library. They are:
the Y. W. C. A. and the Y. MC. A.,
Because
It makes mo hot.
F. P. Anderson. P. P. Boyd, T. P.
Sunday, February 13. His subject Was
Tho annual military ball, given by
The campaign committeo of tho facCooper, W. D. Funkhouser, Harrison
the oadetNofflcers "of the University "Service." In. his talk Mr. Taylor said
Garman, E. S. Good, D. J. Healoy, ulty will start Friday to canvass the
.battalion, will take placo In Buell that "sincerity Is tho first requisite for
Official Notices
mombers of tho faculty and adminisJ., J. Hooper, W. T. Lafferty, F. L.
Armory, Monday night, February 21, real Christian service."
A. M. Miller, J. T. C. Noe, C. J. trative staff for tho Memorial Building.
Mrs. Albert Tucker and Miss Scott
from 8 to 1 o'clock.
Friday, February 18
Norwood J. K. Patterson, W. K. Pat- Pledges cancelled or reduced on tho
added to tho enjoyment of the in
Council, President's office, :i:45.
It has heretofore been the, custom of
terson, A.- M. Peters, Georgo Roberts, 'passage of tho city of Lexington.
teresting prograhi by their special
7:I!0,
thoso attending tho military ball to
Patterson Literary-Soctotymusic.
CyA. Shull, Glanvllle Torrel, J. J. $75,000 bond issuo will be expected, to
Gym Building.
Vwear any kind of uniform that was
bo revived or Increased,
Tlgort and Edward Tuthlll.
Tho meeting was led by Georgo
Interclass basketball, Freshmen
used in any branch of tho servico,
Subscriptions from 151 mombei of
vs. Juniors, 4:30, Gym.
Ubut on'thte occasion tho committee in Baumgarten.
tho faculty .to date total
SENIORS,' JUNIORS AND
An
Basketball, Kentucky vs. Centre
charge has requested that tho men
effort will bo mado for tho pledges to
FRESHMEN ARE DEADLOCKED
and Pi Kappa
College, Gym.
.mov nnlv tlm uniforms that were used A. T.
range from two to four per cent of
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Alpha Win
Games Sunday, February 20
Ay Ilium 111 'Ul'l 1... ..,.!.
""vu
uini4 nC lin cnralnn
game scheduled for tho annual salary. This drive is aimTho
Joint moQi, Y. M. C. A. and Y. W.
In which they served. Men who were
Timsday
afternoon
between
The first two games of tho
tho ed also to equalize faculty contribuC. A.. C::10, Patterson Hall.
f 'not
in tho service during the war
postpon- tions.
Seniors and Sophomores was
basketball leaguo were played
Monday, February 21
.mill are now members of the cadet
ed until a lator date. Tho Seniors,
Two par cont. of tho salaries of tho
Wednesday night in tho Gym. A. T. O.
Military Ball, Armory, S p. m.
nro asked to.iwear tho regu- battallon
Juniors and Freshmen nro deadlocked faculty pledged would yield more than
dofeated Sigma Chi by a score of 20
Tuesday, February 22
on uniform adopted by tho War
to 7 and 8. A. K. lost to tho Pi Kappa
for first honors in tho series, Tho $12,000 to the Memorial Building fund.
Washington's Birthday Holiday.
Department.
meet tho Juniors this afternoon Tho drivo will closo next Wednesday.
Alpha by ono lone goal, 15 to 1.1, Tho
Su-Circle, 5th hour.
tho
There will be ton
Tho student drivo will bo hold at
championship Is to bo decided by a
lo decide what aggregation will hold
Wednesday, February 23
igrand march coming ut tho . timo of
first position with tho Seniors. The tho closo of the faculty campaign.
method of elimination and tho losing
Dorothea Kpinnoy, Intotipreter of
Intoriiilsslon
second
second year crew, is at tho bottom of
teams nro automatically dropped fron j
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REPORTERS
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FRIDAY,

FEBRUARY

18, 1921

WRESTLING
The announcement that Kentucky
will this year hold wrestling matches
with Cincinnati and Miami has been
received with much interest by students, alumni and faculty members
who are interested in athletics. The
Kernel is glad to see the University
take this forward step by entering ,a
competitive team in another branch of
manly sport which is beginning to win
recognition among Western and Southern universities, a, recognition it has
long enjoyed in Eastern colleges,
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OUR DISTINGUISHED FACULTY

The announcement in last Friday's
Kernel that Doctor Shull has been invited to go to London to read a paper
before an Enslish scientific society,
calls to attention the ever increasing
number (of nationally and Internationally known men on our faculty. There
members o Kentucky's
are twenty-onfaculty in the present issue of "Who's
Who in America."
oKo
KEEP OFF THE GRASS
It behooves everyone of us, faculty
and students alike, now that the
campus is being sodded, to walk on
the pavements and cinder paths, and
give tho grass a chance. If we are
careful these first few weeks when the
tender blades are just coming above
tho soil, we shall have a 'beautiful
campus this Spring.
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Washington's Birthday
To Be Observed Tuesday
.

Exercises in honor of Washington's
birthday will bo hold in tho University
chapel Tuesday morning, February 22
at 10 o'clock. The invocation will bo
led by Dr. A. W. Fortune after which
tho audience will sing "America." Rabbi Joseph Rauch will deliver tho address of the morning on tho subject:
"An Alliance of Americans for America."
Music will bo directed by Professor
Carl A. Lamport. Tho national hymn
will bo played by tho University band
and tho Reverend Clay Lilly will give
tho benediction.

Many of us willingly subscribed during tho heat of contest of tho recent
Y. M. C, A. compaign.. A part of these
pledges are now overdue and should
bp paid at once to allow the "Y" to
3ffi'c4ently. carry (on its work.,
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More tlmn 200 hundred students
'weekly, the group blblo classes

the hold under tlio Kupervlslon

ltl)IMING

FRED

Weekly Attendance Now More Than
200 Students

of Mr. Bart

l'enk, secretary of the Y. M. C. A.
The classes hnvo been meeting weekly
for the last ten "vceks nnd only two
weeks remain in this year's course.
The classes nre conducted by both
faculty members and students, nnd
muchi Interest has been shown.
of the various
The attendance
groups nt last week's meetings was as
follows: Sigma Alpha Epsllon, 28;
Kappa Alpha, 25; Kappa Sigma, 24;
Phi Delta Theta, 16; Alpha Tau Omega, 18; Sigma Chi, 18; Delta Chi, 11;
Alpha Sigma Phi, 18; 440 Columbia
avenue, 8; 381 South Upper, 8; 538
Rose street, 12: Alpha .Gamma Rho,
15; Phi Kappa Tau, 15.

Military News

LEAD CHURCH LEAGUE
BAPTISTS
IMPORTANT MEETING EMMANUEL

PHILOSOPHIANS HOLD

y Adallne C. Mann

There will bo an Intercollegiate rifle
competition held here on March 21.
It 1b hoped that a largo ,number of
cadets will come out for tho afternoon shooting us it will be from this
number that those entering into tho
competition 'will bo selected.
Tho
shooting will bo practiced in tho
Armory on those available afternoons
that have been posted on tho bulletin
board. Any man who Js interested in
shooting can enter this work at any
time.
Tho following men have signified

their intention of taking advantage of
the summer camp at Camp Knox next
Bummer: H. Carpenter, P. Gorman, E.
Fitch, GF. Taylor, J. Sharon, A. Wein-trauO. P. Sharkey,' W. G. Hillen,
D. Nantz, W. I. Rigden, J. R. Albright
and O. Bennett.

All Are Urged to Attend the Tryouts
of the "Amatons"

Tho Phllosophian Literary Socloty
hold an Important business meeting
Wednesday night at 7 o'clock In tho
recreation room of Patterson Hall.
prospective members
About twenty-fivwere told tho subjects of essays they
might writo to become members. All
wore urged to come to the tryouts of
tho "Amazons" which .will bo held in
the Little Theatre, Tuesday at 3 p. m.
An invitation was delivered from Mr.
Mikesell to procure season tickets for
the six performances at tho Little
Theatre at tho special student price of
$1.50 each. The president announced
that the election of second semester
officers would take place at the next
meeting, which will bo in two weeks.
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BOILER TEST IS MADE
BY SENIOR ENGINEERS New Officers Preside
At Patterson Meeting

A boiler test to ascertain the efficiency of the heating and power plant
of Mechanical Hall was made by the
mechanical engineering Seniors on
Monday. The Senior engineers are to
design a mew heating and power plant
for the whole University and this test
was made in order that they might
get a line on the degree of efficiency
needed in the new plant.
A clean grate was used, all coal was
weighed and a chemical analysis of it
made to learn the amount of heat it
should produce. The ashes were also
weighed and an analysis made. The
temperature of the flew gas was taken
and the feed water was measured to
get the amount of steam generated. At
intervals throughout the day, the tem
perature of the building was taken.
An announcement will soon be made
of the results of the test.

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Dr. Noe will deliver his famous lecture "The Great American Home"
20
Shave
(which is Tho Old Kentucky Home)
Basement 139 E. Main Street
this evening at S p. m., Calvary Baptist
Lexington, Ky.
Church, corner High street and Rodes
avonue., Col, George W. Bain will Introduce the speaker. Music by orchestra. "The Great American Homo" was
given 100 times on the Redpath Chautauqua circuit in 1920 and is scheduled
Engfor the iRedpath New York-Neland circuit Xor 1921. The press
throughout tho entire circuit last year
proclaimed this as one of tho best
things, of tho "entire Chautauqua. Dr.
Noe, is both a humorist and a poet
and it has been said that no other
man since Jamos "Whltcomb Riley has
shown such sympathetic insight into
buytho human heart or has done more
to glorify thos common folk. In his
interpretation of the American homo
permahe pictures its weakness and strength;
its hopes and ambitions; its humor and
pathos; its patriotism and religion.
disapIt will bo a great treat for Lexing'
ton to hear two of her famous sons:
Col. George W. Bain and Doctor Cotton Noe.
Tickets can bo had at Lexington
Drug Co. and tho University Book
Store Admission children 25 cents;
INCORPORATED
adults, 50 cents.
University folk will bo glad to
Tho
Next to Union Depot
honor this groat teacher and speaker
Lexington, Ky.
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College Printing of All Kinds

The Patterson Literary Society met
last Friday night at 7 o'clock in Alumni Hall. As it was the first meeting
of the semester the new Officers pre- pided fbr the first timef. Thomas
Burchett, president, addressed the
society on, "The Patterson and tho
Coming Semester."
In an address,
"Shall We Have a Larger Army,"
H. J. Beame made a plea for a larger
army. An interesting talk was given
by John L. Hays on the organization,
founding and history Of Berea College.
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A student program will be giyen in
the Y. M. C. A. rooms Sunday evening

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Contests Are Staged Monday
Night in Students' Division
The Students' Division of tho Church
Baskotball League is putting on some
fast contests. On Monday night tho
First Methodists defeated tho Second
Presbyterians 24 to 17. Emmanuel Baptist had a hard fight when they beat
Calvary Baptist 24 to 20.
The league standing follows:
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MILITARY

Herbert L. Nagol, '12, is designing
Wallace A. Doatty, '97, is doing
noteworthy work with tho Beech Nut engineer for the Bureau of Water
Packing Company In Brooklyn, N. Y. Works Improvement, Akron, O.
substitute Cor
Ho lifts perfected
chickle.
Mrs Lucllo Gastineau Wilson is prinErnest IM. Denham, '07, Is chief en cipal of Russell Cave High School,
glneer of the Gatliff, High Splint and Fayette County, Ky.
Perkins-Harlalocal companies, with
.headquarters at Williamsburg, Ky.
Miss Clara Matti, '13, dsrnow Mrs.
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George G. Scearce, '07, Is a govern- Clifford C. Studer, of Bellevue, Ky. She
ment engineer, lock and dam construc- - was married in September.
pH'itlon, located now at Sypress, Ind.
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Henry T. "Doc" Hardin ds practicing
law at Evansville, Ind. Associated
with him Is his brother, Edward E.
Hardin, '21.

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INFORMAL PARTY FOR
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Kate Reddish entertained the active
members and pledges of tho Alpha
Gamma Delta, Wednesday, February
16 from 4 to 6 o'clock, with an informal
party. Her home on Maple avenue was
decorated with red ,and buff roses, the
sorority colors. During the afternoon
refreshments were served in the form
of delicious ices and cakes. Other
guests were Lucile Arnold and Louise
Miller.

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During tho intermission re
freshments will bo served by the University cafoterla.
Tlckots are now on sale by Silas
Wilson in tho military office.
Tho
ticket is good for admission to the
ball and for the lunch served during
Intermission.
Those on the arrangement commit
tee are: Herndon Evans, Silas Wilson,
Garland Davis, Jesse Hawkins and
Thomas Foster.
The chaperones will be President
and Mrs. Frank McVey, Dean and Mrs.
C. R. Melcher, Dean and Mrs., P. P.
Boyd, Dean Josephine Simrall, Col. and
Mrs. Freeman, Major and Mrs. A. S. J.
Tucker, Major and Mrs. Mitchell,
Judge and Mrs. W. T. Lafferty, Dean
andrMrs. F. P. Anderson, Doctor and
Mrs. Funkhouser and Miss Margie
McLaughlin.

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President Hutchins of Bcrea
College Speaks on Im- pressions of Japan

arc the
Christians
"American
World's only hone," was the subject of
a very Interesting talk made In chapel,
William J.
Tuesday, by President
Hutchins of Bcrea College, who has
recently been Journeying In the Orient.
Mr. Hutchins spoke of his Impressions of Japan, China and India; how
Buddhism, Confuslonlsm and
were, doing nothing to uplift or enlighten the people there.
''China and India are filled wlth
'graft and corruption. There Is absolutely no hope unless it comes from
America. These peeple idealize America, and the heroes of their schools are
"Washington
and Lincoln. In China,
the speeches of Wioodrow Wilson have
been translated into the Chinese language and widely circulated. The
Chinese look upon him as a second
Confuscius. India considers America
as her only friend. As America reforms and cleans up her cities, so the
people of China and India reform and
clean their cities. As Roosevelt said:
"We here in America hold in our
hands the fate of the world and the
hope of. the"'' coming years. The
appeal is for us here in America to
realize the ideal America which the
Orient cherishes in us."

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Fail should fill out a blank at the
Registrar's office now. Miss Graddy
says that applications are already being received from schools for instructors for next year.

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Pinero Farce Will Be Presented Last
of March
The Senior engineers nro to build
the most modern typo of lathes. They
nro to be put on tho mnrkot. In ordor
The Philosophian Literary Society Is
to got more practical work the Senior holding tryouts
for parts In "The
engineers nro going into tho shop for Amazons," by Sir Arthur Wing PIncro.
a month, working on a regular shop Tho play Is a lively farce which will
schedule of eight hours a day, Tho bo given In tho Llttlo Theatre tho lat-tl-o
time In tho shop will bo spent buildTheatre tho latter part of March
ing the lathes. Tho plans and matorial under the direction of Mr. William
are furnished by the South Bend Lathe Mlkesell. The results of the tryouta
Company, and the finished work will will bo announced after the rehearsal
be returned to this company to bo at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon In the
sold by them.
Llttlo Theatre.
Those trying for tho five female
Doctor Tigert mado a talk on his roles are Deanle Harbison, Jennie
travels in Italy to the Charles Schwab Simmons, Margaret Griffith, Margaret
Engineering Society In Dicker Hall Smith, Irene McNamara, Katherlno
Saturday.
Reed, Lucio Smith, Lillian Dalton,
Louise Mcltoe, Elizabeth Allen, Clari-be- l
Morris Pendleton, of the Armstrong
Kay and Margaret Lavin.
Car Corporation, was here Saturday,
The male roles are being triedNfor
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by Neal Sullivan, Raymond Kirk, Jack
Ernest Lyle, Boston representative Derringer, Bob Bamber, J Selph,
of the Carrier Engineering CorporaLand,
John
Frank Wedekemper,
tion, spent Tuesday with Dean AnderGeorge Rouse)) Coleman Arnold and
son. Mr. Lyle is a former student of
Charles Mahoney.
the University and was very prominent
in athletics
and student activities
"But I think that what distinguishes
while here. He is a brother of Irvin
a man is not found in his social rank,
Lyle, trustee of the (University.
his occupation, his dress, or his fortune, but solely in himself."
Eugene A. Lillard, formerstudent In
Charles Wagner.
the College of Engineering, was a visitor at the University on Wednesday.
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SENIOR NOTICE
Mr. Liillard .is connected forith the
Tennessee Copper Co.,. at Copper Hill,
Senior commencement invitations
Tenn.
will be on display and orders for
them will bo taken at the fifth hour
Friday, Saturday and Monday, FebThe Alumnae Association of Kappal
ruary 18, ID and 21, in The Kernel
Kappa Gamma gave a bridge party,
office in the basement of the Jourfrom 2:30 to ti, February 1C, at the
Tpfey will cost
nalism Building.hoifle of Mrs. William Rodes, in honor
cents for cardboard
twenty-fiv- e
of Mrs. Georgp Dunlap. The guests
cents
covered ones and sixty-fiv- e
were the alumnae and one member of
covered ones. They must
for leather
the active chapter. The patronesses
bo paid for when ordered and may
to tea which was served
were invited
not be ordered later.
at 4 o'clock.

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