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April 1, 1920 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Vol. III. N0. 10
 
l           Basil Hayden To Lead Strollers Select April8 Little Theater Serving
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proved by the University S’¢11¤f€» has vii was ¤·DDOi11tBd to 03-11V&SS 1‘G¤0!11· meeting of the five men who were by Clyde Fitch, has been selected b€1‘S of the class of dramatic produc.
held its first m€€U¤S am} 0I`gwiZ€d· ¤l€11d3-UOHS and make ¤· 1`€D01‘t 61 3 awarded the coveted "K." These for production, and the cast which UGH- After the play a reception was
At {big meeting Doctor J. J. Tigéft. mcetiug to be called all all Gill'}? (MCG men are; Everett, Maysville; Burn- has been working` for about six héld by H10 Department of English
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twenty-fifth annual inspection trip. the University Y. ‘N. C. A. at the an- ""“" T,_,iIF_ T,_m_€?_%ii r H Subgmncc Pr? Picture of Mcvey Done ~ .
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sors Hawkins, Bureau and Newman. Conference held in Winchester. The paign for America`s gilt to France, {@50* whuchert Says: —···
They will visit the following purpose of the conl'ercnce and of this among University of Kentucky stu- “AS fl 1‘<>Slllt of tWG11fY-HVG YOZtl‘S’ A11 9~1`¥1 Gxhibit, U16 {G6-i3¤I`G of Wllifih
planes: Newport {Rolling Mills Com- nioveincnt is crystallized in the dents 2lc·lrieVerl flattering success endeavor, Professor Miller has here “'“S°·D°"tm1t Ofprésideut M"V€Y»W3·S
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