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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
LEXINGTON,

VOL. XV

KYM

MARCH 13, 1925

No. 22

WELCOME HIGH SCHOOL BASKET BALL TEAMS
LAST

YEAR'S CHAMPIONS

ELIMINATION PROCESS GETS A FLYING

START WITH GIRLS PLAYING IN THE
OLD GYMf AND THE BOYS IN
THE NEW SIMULTANEOUSLY
Halfuof the Total Number of Teams in The Meet Are Sent
Home After The First Round of Playing.

GEORGETOWN GIRLS LOOK GOOD
THE 1924 BLUE DEVILS

TOO MANY CRIME PROFESSOR LUNN
STORIES PRINTED WILL GIVE FOUR
LECTURES HERE
Calvin W. Rice Speaks
to Seniors in EnSpeaker is from Dept.
gineering
of Math, at Chicago

Calvin W. Rice, secretary of the
American Society for Mechanical
Engineers, in an address to the members of the senior class in Mechanical
Engineering Monday morning at
Dicker Hall, stated that the newspapers of the couuntry publish too
many crime stories. He also spoke
before the luncheon meeting of the
same organization which was held
in the palm room of the Phoenix
hotel at noon.
World vision and its relation to the
student engineer was the theme of
Mr. Rice's address. He advised the
students to read the newspapers regularly, but to exclude all crime and
scandal. By way of illustration, he
displayed marked copies of various
newspapers of the country in comparison with the papers of England
and South America, where he recently attended engineering conferences
at Rio de Jenario. He stated that
the public is largely responsible for
this condition, in that they demand
only the sensational stories.
Those present at the luncheon were
Mr. Rice. Dean Anderson. Professor
Anderson, Mr. Nunan, and the senior
engineers, C. G. btamatalt, U. U.
Fowler, J. B. Bishop, T. C. Lyons, F.
Z. Goosman, C. L. Orman, C. L. Dees,
M. E. Trumbell, R. C. Porter, G. K.
Gtovannoli, J. M. Willis, R. V. Clark,
R. M. Hukle. R. S. Trosper, 0. W.
Daniel, C. W. Gray, J. C. Walluce,
J. E. Murphy, II. V. Stevens, G. K.
Fischer and Leon Bird.

University

GUEST

SENIOR INVITATIONS
representative from
Engraving Company will be
campus Monday and Tueson the
day to take orders for senior invitations. The leather invitations
are .18 cents each; the plain white
ones are 20 cents each.
of the price of the order is
due when the order is given.
Students must place their orders
on the days specified.
The

Har-cou- rt

Two-thir-

AT DINNER

U. K. RATES HIGH
IN THE NATIONAL

DAIRYING TEAMS
Local Team is Highly
Praised by W. F.

Skinner

de-

Staff

IN

18 DISTRICTS ARE

GYM

The SuKy Circle of the university will have a store in the cast
end of the gymnasium during the
High School tournament, and will
have sandwiches, ice cream and
candies for sale.
Members of the Circle will be
there at all times to give information to teams or spectators, and
will be at their service all during
the tournament.

ture was published last week and reveals that dairy judging teams of
the University of Kentucky which
were sent to the National Dairy
Shows, which are really international
in scope, in past years have placed
so near the top of the list of university teams that the fact deserves more

Journal

The 32 volumes of the American
Journal of Education, published from
1855 to 1870 by Henry Barnary, the
first great American educational
scholar, have been presented to the
university library by tho College of
Education. Theso books have been
out of nrint for many years.
Plates of tho original printing were
nlitninod bv C. W. Harden, ot byra
iiso. N. Y.. who hus reproduced tho
bookB with tho original typo and tho
nriirinul

make-ui-

).

Tho volumes cover

practically every phase of tho history
nf education from its beginning to
1870, and constitutes a store house
of educational information of great
valuo to Btudents of educution for
reference work.

Interesting Lecturer to he Here
on March 20

Miss Harriett Elliott, of the North
Carolina College for Women, will
speak to tho women students of tho
university Thursday, March 20, dur
Alpha Delta Sigma, men's profesinir tho fifth hour at tho men's gym sional journalism fraternity, will bo
nasium. Miss Elliott is tho third hosts to tho leading newspaper men
speaker of tho vocational guidance and other prominent men of tho stato
series and her subject will bo "Tho at their fourth annual Gridiron DinProfession of Teaching." This lec- ner to bo held at the Phoenix hotel
ture is compulsory for all women Monday evening at 7 o'clock.
students who do not have a class at

The third of a series" of rehearsals
of the chorus to present Handel's
"Messiah," on April 30, at the Uni
versity of Kentucky was held Monday

com-tea-

this hour.
Miss Elliott is not only nn excel
lent speaker, but sho is also a woman
of an attractive personality. Sho has
nindo addresses extensively over tho
stato of North Carolina, and will no
doubt bo oiio of the most interesting
speakers of tho series.

off" on tho leading topics of tho day.
There will be a mock conversation
between tho phlegmatic Coolidgo and
tho boisterous Dawes. A
puzzle will be worked by the guests
and a clairvoyant will answer any
question propounded.
The George D. Prentico chapter at
Four hundred invitations have Georgetown has been invited to take
been issued for tho airair and acceppart in the program and will pretances aro arriving daily. Plans are sent "Tho Ideal Eugenic Marriage."
200 guests
being mndo to eentertain
Tho Georgetown chapter and the Kenat tho banquet.
tucky chapter arc more closely replanThe program committee has
lated, geographically, than any other
ned a very comprehensive program,
(Continued on Pago Eight)
of u "take
which will bo in the nature
cross-wor-

n

Contest for State
Honors
8

P. M.

Winners

Berea to Send Chorus;
Directed by Professor
Ralph Rigby

night at Patterson Hall.
"The Messiah" will be given under
the auspices of Phi Mu Alpha, musi
ttinn nnssinir TTlPntion.
cal fraternity, directed by Professor
The information is contained in Carl Lamport head of the department
Hoard's Dairyman, issue of March of Music.
by Floyd
G, in an article written
Professor Lamport is well pleased
Wright, who quotes w. v. OKinner, with the progress being shown by
of the National Dairy As- the chorus, which now numbers one
secretary
hundred and fifty voices, which will
sociation.
Mr. Wriirht. the Na be supplemented by a chorus from
tional Show was the sixteenth college Berea College, now under the direc
judging contest for students wun a tion of Professor Ralph Rigby, head
of the department of Music at that
total of 944 student contestants,
and representing institution.
the foreign
Ontario was
"The Messiah" will bo presented
37 colleges.
college participating. Out of tho six- as a community affair and an attempt
Kentucky teams have been is being made to place it before
teen shows
placed at sixth place tor an average all lovers of music.
Several well known soloists have
of the sixteen contests.
been retained to sing the solos and
(Continued on Pago Seven)
the principal parts.

Kenneth Gregory, Warren Price, Gordon Davis,
Joe Hays, Emmett Miiwara rieagea
to Journalistic Fraternity

35 High School Teams

"THE MESSIAH" TO Silver Trophies Will Be
Awarded to the
BE SUNG APRIL 30

LIBRARY IS GIVEN
AT.PHA nF.I.TA SIGMA TO ENTERTAIN JULIAN PINKERTON
VALUABLE BOOKS MISS ELLIOTT WILL
SPEAK TO WOMEN LEADING MEN AT GRIDIRON DINNER SENT TO S. AFRICA
Educational College Do
nates the American

REPRESENTED IN
ANNUAL NET TILT

FINALS SAT.,

AVERAGE 6th PLACE

Lecturer Will Expound KERNEL ELECTS Expect to Enter Crack
Theories of ChemisOFFICERS FOR '26 Judging Team Next
Year
try, Relativity
Estes, Morris and Hays
By Robert J. Mitchell, Jr.
Professor A. C. Lunn, of the
News of the greatest interest and
Are Chosen by the
partment of Mathematics, University
importance to the college of Agriculof Chicago, will give a series of four
lectures on Thursday and Friday,
March 20 and 27, at the University
of Kentucky.
The officers of the Kentucky Kernel
Professor Lunn comes to Lexington were elected at a meeting of the staff
at the invitation of the department at the fifth hour yesterday. J. A.
of Physics of the university.
The Estes was elected Editor-in-Chie- f,
lectures will be open to the public, Mr. Estes has for some time held a
faculty and student bod and will be responsible position on tho Lexington
free of charge. They will be given Herald and has been actively connect
in the Physics lecture room in the ed with the KerneL
Civil and Physics building.
Mr. Arthur Morris was elected
The first of these lectures will be Managing editor. Mr. Morris is at
given at 1 o'clock on March 20, the present assistant News Editor of tho
subject of which is "The Problem Kernel
Mr. Joseph K. Hays, at present
of the Atomic Constants and tho
Chemical Elements."
This lecture the advertising manager, was elected
Is mathematically elementary and unanimously to succeed Kyle White
Mr,
Manager.
will be of interest to physicists, head as Business
Whitehead expressed his wish to rechemists and mathematicians alike.
Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock sign immediately and Mr. Hays will
thu subject of tho lecture will be "The assume responsibilities at once.
Motive of Relativity in Scientific
Tho present staff will remain in ofTheory." This lecture was recently fice until tho end of tho semester
given by Professor Lunn to tho Phil and the new stnff will cooperate with
osophy Cub of the University of Chi it, learning tho details before it be
gins active service.
(Continued on Pago Seven)

STORE

American Consul to Africa is a
Kentucky Alumnus
Julian Larabio Pinkerton, of Versailles, an alumnus of tho university,
was transferred in January from
to
United States
to
Africa to American
South Africa.
Pinkerton obtained his A.B. in History in 1911 and was one of the honor
graduates. During his college course
Vice-Cons-

he was employed at tho Second National Rank of Lexington. In 1023
x,
ho married Yvonno Guyan, of

France.
Pinkerton's first governmental position was as United States
to Spain. Ho was later transferred to Africa. His last position
to South
as American
Africa is a promotion.
Vice-Cons-

Vice-Cons-

Basketball again reigns supreme on
the campus as 35 high school teams
are contesting for state honors in the
seventh annual interscholastic basketball tournament held under the
auspices of the university. Eighteen
teams are entered in the boys' division and 17 in tho girls' division of
the tourney, which opened Thursday
morning an' will continue through
tomorrow.
Drawings for the first round were
held in the Phoenix hotel Wednesday
night. At this time the rules of the
tournament were explained to the
coaches and athletes and final arrangements were perfected. Thursday mornng at 0 o'clock play began.
The second round and the
will be played today. Tomorrow afternoon the finals in the girls' division
will be played, and the tournament
will come to a close Saturday nighfc
when tho winners of the boys' semifinals will clash at 6 o'clock to determine tho championship team.
Handsome awards are to be given
in both
the winners and runners-udivisions of the tournament. The uiii- give silver cups to both
versity will
the boys and girls of the winners and
members
the individual
of these
teams will receive gold basketballs.
The teams finishing second will likewise receive cups and the players will
bo awarded silver basketballs. The
State Y. M. C. A. is offering two
prizes in the boys' division. One will
be a trophy for the team displaying
the best sportsmanship both on and
olf the court, and the second, n medal
to the individual player, who in tho
eyes of u committee appointed by tho
Y. M. C. A., shows the best attitude
during the tournament.
Thu referees of the games aro
semi-fina-

p

(Continued

ou Pago Eight)

NOTICE, SENIORS!
Seniors are requested to go to
the University Hook Store, in the
Administration building,
to be
measured for caps and gowns.
This must be done before March IS.

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Almttut
Editor

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Senior Engineers to Be Enter
tnincd at Chamber of Commerce April 8.

CALENDAR

UNIVERSITY LIFE
Glee Club Has Successful Tour

ular)

LOUISVILLE CLUB
ISIREORGANIZED
Gray Rochester
President

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Grill.
Detroit, Mar. 27. (Last Friday-Regdinner at Dixieland
Inn.
Somerset, April 3. (First Frlday
Regular) 7:30 p. m. at Dr.
Norflect's office.
"hilndclphla, April 4. (First Satat
urday Regular) luncheon
EnRinccrs' Club, 1317 Spruce
Street.

N.

at rtemiwn

Is

receipt of a loiter thta
J&m ft. CJtrtntti Is now living at
morning from Hcrmnn Worslmm, prm Falls Church, Va.
M otter t
B. Coursll in touting
blent of tho Buffalo Alumni club jrlv
In
a apodal Invitation to the mitho Aniorlcnn
with
Steal
nimi dinner for the senior engineer Foundries, Granite City, 111. Ho should
which Is to be held at the Chnmbor he addressed SOI N'orth.SHnl street,
of Commerce at 7:30 p. m., April 8. Hunt St. Louis, 111.
II. I). Pnlmoro's address has hoen
This will be a groat ovont In tho
The changod
Rowling
llvos of alumni and Btudcnts.
to
from
Green
entire sonlor engineering class and Frankfort, Ky,
visitors from Lexington will bo pros
out, nnd It Is expected that alumni University of Kentucky
Banquet
nnd former students from all over April 23 Louisville
the eastern part of the United Statoa
will attend.
15
are

(Second SatLexington, Mar.
tit
urday Regular) lunchron
12:00, Lafayette Hotel.
nuflnlo, Mar. 11. (Second Satur1:1 B
day Regular) luncheon,
p. m.. Chamber of Commerce,
corner Main and Seneca streets,
Chicago, Mar. 16. (Third Monday
Regular) luncheon at Field's
1

Is profwwor nt Dtnr Alumnus:
If you hnvo IriforHttttlon about any of tho alumni llstod bolow, kindly fill
Apjrleultwrnl
out the blnnk nnd nmfl ft to tho Alumni Officio:
college, C'lpmson College, S. C.
Caleb Sykos Perry '7fi h now Inenlml nt

chemistry

L

'Alumni Secrctnr

T. lVarc

William

BUFFALO PLANS

Electee

The University of Kentucky Gloe
club has returned from Us trip to
Greomip, Morohond, Louisa and Cat
lettsburg.
The club was dollghtetl with tho
and their
enthusiasm of nlutunl
friends In these towns, nnd we are
sure that tho alumni were very much
plonscd with these students nnd tho
happy
reminder given to them of
olden days when they were vitally In
tcrcsted In campus nctlvltlcs.
We know that there are alumni in
other towns in Kentucky who are anx
ious for a glimpse of this University
life. The Glee Club Is planning nn
other tour tho latter part of this
month. The Student Speaker Hureau
Is ready to send enthusiastic speak
ers to your town and tho Strollers are
now planning their annual trip. Tho
Alumni Association is the link be
tween the students nnd the alumnus
between tho University nnd the
alumni. Write to us no doubt wo
could send you some of this Unlver
sity "pep," which will awaken your
club, renew your interest in the Uni
versity and establish a bond of friend
ship and sympathy between the Unl
versity and the citizens of Kentucky
and nothing else can do.

The Louisville University of Ken
tucky Alumni Club has reorganized
The first meeting wns held Saturday,
March 7 In the Brown Hotel.
The following officers wore elected.
President, N. Gray Rochester '12;
Ralph Morgan '15;
Vice President,
Secretary, Miss Christine Hopkins
'15; and Treasurer R. F. Damber,
These officers have always been loyal
and entusiastic alumni and have done
PLANS
much individual boosting of the Uni LEXINGTON
versity and the Association.
The club is making elaborate plans
BIG CLUB SESSION
for the K. E. A. and the University
of Kentucky banquet, which will be
Miss
held in Louisville April 22-2Hopkins, especially, was untiring in
her efforts to put the banquet across
last year, and aided as she will be
by the reorganized club the success
of this year's banquet is assured.
The Louisville alumni took a long
and
stop in having an ever-activ- e
long-liveclub In deciding to have
regular meetings. No doubt one of
the reasons that the clubs outside of
the state, generally, are stronger and
more active is that they have regular
meetings. With them a meeting la
more than a mere gathering of alumni
and former students called at such
time as there is some special cooperation needed by the University or
the Association. The University, to a
largo extent, is the students and their
spirit. The clubs who meet regularly
have the University and the Association with them. They keep In touch
with these institutions they know

Officers Will Be
Tomorrow

Elected

Alumni club will
The Lexington
hold its regular meeting at 12 o'clock
Saturday, March 14, with a luncheon
in the Lafayette hotel. This promises
to be a very interesting meeting, and
plans are being made to get special
notice to every member of thp club.
If, for any reason, you fall to receive
this word, Lexington alumni, be sure
to come any way.
Election of officers will be held at
this meeting. There are a number of
members that have done much help
ful work for tho Association and the
University in teh past and there will
will no doubt be fine material for an

In

Basketball Tournament
Tho
"They're off, on the
basketball tournament began yester
day morning
with eighteen boy's
teams and seventeen girl's teams vy
lug for tho championship of Ken
tucky. These aro truly great days at
the University nnd excitement Is run
ning high. John P. Head '20, W. II
Hansen '24, Bart Peak '17 and Basil
Hayden '21 are
referees. Several
alumni are here as coaches of their
team or prlnlipal of the school. Among
these are: George M. Gumbert '17
toss-up.- "

Aldon coach; David T. Todd '23, New
with
port coach; John G. Heber ex-2his "Blue Devils" John V. Buchanon
'24.

CLASS PERSONALS

news-.pape-

y

base-inc-

flro-mo-

4

Dftvtil

Thonum

Whontloy

LHinbuth 'S6 Is now loontad nl
'87 Is now loantod

Slmcklofonl

Mnrftnrot

Agnos Wilson

John

Mnxoy '92 Is now loantod

Goo

Is now

'90

nt

at

located

at

Cora E. Wnro '93 in now located at
Ronjnmln
George

Christopher Kelsor

'91

Is now

locnto'd nt

Crutchor Downing '97 Is now locnted nt

Fifth uvenuo,

Miss Alecne Edwards Is teaching nt
Elizabeth City, N. U. this yenr.
Miss Elizabeth F. Eldrldge, who reATTEND CONTEST
ceived her M. A. from tho University
In 1917 Is private secretary In tho
Teams Meet For Southern Railway company of Coluni

Sidney

Allan Smith

'99 Is now

John Emerson Hestnnd
Thomns

'Oo

at

locnted

at

is now located

Almon Jones '00 is now located

at

Charles Dickons Lewis '01 Is now located at

bin, S. C.
1G

Thomas Brent Moore '01 Is now located at
Miss Elizabeth R. Gary is teaching
history ut Margaret Hall, Versailles, Guy wicllffe Rico '01 is now located at

.

Ky.
Mrs. James Moore, formerly Inu M. Gibson Walker Taylor '01 Is now located at
living in Gordonsvllle,
Dnrnnll, Is
Leola Ditto (Mrs. Guthrie Chilton) '02 Is now located nt
Tenn.
'17
Ulysses Grant Hatfield '02 is now located at
James J. Hume is a mining engineer
with the Liberty Coal & Coak com Mnry Wickllffo Austin (Mrs. Francis Harrison Ellis' ) '03 is now located at
puny nt Straight Creek, Ky.
Curtis F. Pnrk, Jr. Is farming ut Thomas Francis Finneran '03 is now located at
LaGrange, Ky. Mrs. Park was form
Clarence Albert Galloway '03 is now locnted at ...
erly Miss Sara N. Smock, '23.
IS
Mina Garrard Miller (Mrs. Thomas C. Abbott) '03 is now located at
Haggan is principal
Charles Leon Pecklnpaugh '03 is now located at
high school at Perryville, Ky.
William S. Ilieronymus is farmer
Edward Rand '03 is now located at
and oil developer at St. Helens, Ky,
Sherley Hudson should be address William David Gray '04 Is now located at
ed 4101 Bienville street, New Orleans,
La.
Benjamin Robert Hart '04 Is now located at
"

Harry

C.

19

"

Mr. Hampton Wallace Johnston '04 Is now located at

Mr. and Mrs. Raymer Jones of
North MIddletown are receiving con
gratulations upon the arrival of a
'84
Dr. Russel T. Ramsey, who received daughter on Saturday, March 7. The
his M. D. in 18S7 from the Ohio Medi little girl has been named Mary Col
cal College has offices in suite 5CG Hns Jones for her maternal grand
Mrs. Jones was formerly
mother.
Metropolitan building, Denver, Colo,
Miss Marie Collins.
'81
Marcus C. Redwlne, former secre
Henry S. Berry is head of the Fis- tary
of the Winchester Alumni club
cal Agent department of the Federal
Is a practising attorney with offices
Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Ohio. Ho in tho
Clark County National Bank
is living at IS N. Marzella-Greenubuilding, Winchester, Ky.
Covington, Ky.

Francis Joseph Montgomery
William
Cornelius

Henry Warder
Ware

'04

'04 is now located

is now located

'04

Is now located

at

...

'05 is now located at

Frank Hendrlck Darnall
Stewart Logan Prathor

ut

at

'05 is now

located at

Harry Logan Prather '05 is now located at

street,

20

'94

Miss Catherine A. Denton is teach
Ulysses A. Garred is consulting en
gineer with offices at 43 Exchango ing home economics in the high school
Place, Now York City. His residence at Central City, Ky.
Jack M. Dorr is with the State Na
street,
address is 120 Twenty-fifttional Bank of Maysville, Ky. He is
Clivehurst, Long Island, N. Y.
living on Front street.

interesting election.
'98
Plans will be launched for an in
David W. Hammock is superinten
tense membership campaign. A very
them as an enterprising friend, a successful campaign for members was dent of schools at Olive Hill, Ky. Mr.
ever-prand
put on a few years ago, and it is Hammock has held this position for
gresslng comrade and not as a "poor hoped that much good will be derived several years.
relative" as does the club which from this one.
'03
meets once every five or six months
Ellas Elvove, who received his M.
to discuss some special need of their
S. in '04 and his Ph. D. in '10 is chein- Alma Mater.
1st in the U. S. Public Health ServDOG SAVES LEWIS
ice at Washington, D. C. He should
Dear Alumnus:
be addressed 1228 II. St. N. E.
Last Monday the senior engineer'0G
CHILDREN'S LIVES
ing society of the University of KenThomas W. Freeman, who has been
on our "Lost list" for some time, is
tucky was addressed at Dicker hall
by Calvin W. Rice, secretary of the Four Children of A. Thornton now living at 305 Capitol apartments,
Raleigh, N. C.
American Society of Mechanical EnLewis Rescued, a Result of
07
gineers. Ho said that the newsBarking Pet
Frank C. Paulln, formerly of
papers of American publish too many
Springfield, 111., is now living in
Wash.
crime scandal stories. He further
Tho four children of A. Thornton
08
slated that tho public was largely
Lewis '0G, president of tho York HeatMorgan T. Craft is bookkeeper for
in that they de- ing and Ventilating Corporation, of
for this
tho Hackney Bros. & Company, Lon
manded sensational stories and the Philalcdphia were saved from death
don, Ky.
newspapers are forced to give them by fire, by u barking dog, according
Warren T. Green Is with tho Men- to word received
hero Sunday by gel Box company of Louisville, Ky.
what they waut.
Dean F. Paul Anderson of the College Hfs residence address Is 2014 CheroMr. Rice should become acquainted
of Engineering, University of Ken- kee Parkway.
with tho graduates and former stu- tucky.
'09
dents of this institution. With the
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis woro In Cuba
John S. Crosthwalto, who received
slogun of "Every member bo a
at tho tlmo or the flro. Their four his B. M. E. in 1913, is superinten
years old; Alan, dent of tho Glonwood Factory of tho
ho should meet tho reporters children: Dotty, six
eight yours old; Daniel, ten years old Hublrshaw Tlectrlc Cablo company.
Alumni Pago of tho Kentucky
ol tho
und Thornton, Jr., were left in Ho should bo addressed 779 WashingKernel. Whether they received their charge of Mrs. Lewis' mother nud a ton uvenuo, Yonkers, N. Y.
r
ideas regarding this phase of
governess.
work from Mr. Rico It is not
Tho barking of a pot dog attracted Stadium Payments were due February
definitely known, but they aro
the attention of a Into passerby who
1
living up to his doctrine.
noticed smoko pouring from a
Lot's not tell him though that thut
window and turned in tho alarm
'10
heems to bo all that they do know
Tho four children und two women
"You will pleaso chunge my address
tho roportors who have reported in
us
were Bleeping on tho second floor of from Box 11, Raleigh, N. O. to G15
tho last year could almost bo couuted
There certainly tho houso und hud to to lowered to Chapel Hill street, Durham, N. O. A
on ono's fingers.
an adjoining rage roof and tuenco to Frank Baker.
uow loaf turned over in
should bo u
11
course if you tho ground by firemen. Three
this direction, but of
by smoke in
wero overcome
Charles E. Daniel Is real astute
can only run down stories of crime fighting tho bluzo, tho message said.
manager with offices at 101 Park
and scandal, continue your policy and
uvenuo, New York City. Mr, Daniel
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Calendar
Friday, March 13 University of
Kentucky Woman's Club meeting nt
Patterson Hall nt 3 o'clock.
Saturday, March M SuKy Dance
in the new gymnnsium from J) to 12
o'clock.

fraternity. The music was furnished
by the Blue nnd White orchestra.
The hosts of the evening were:
Messrs. John B. Bishop, Robert D.
Bullock, Mnrion E. Bunch, Robert M.
Honnkcr, George It. Kavnnaugh, Eugene B. Moore, Itnndolph Brown, Carroll C. Fortson, Thomas It. Baker, W.
Wilson Daniel, Malcolm F. Henry, II.
Storey Turner, Thomas W. Ncblclt,
Dudley It. Cnpcllc, Marion II. Crow-dc- r,
W. D. DcIIavcn, James E. King,
Sterling It. Kerns, Albert W. Kittin-gc- r,
John It. Bullock, Edward M.

Prominent Local Speakers Give Series of
Lectures

THORPE'S

The Y. W. C. A. started its annual
Bible study course March 1, nnd will
continue it for five weeks, meeting
regulnrly on Wednesday night at 7
o'clock.
This course sonsists of a scries of
lectures which arc being conducted
by prominent speakers on tho campus, nnd the subjects chosen nrc of
vital interest to every college girl.
Those speakers, however, have been
limited to the sorority houses, as h
new form of study is on trial nt the
halls, n method involving student
lenders, three of which have been selected for Patterson Hall and one for
Smith nnd Boyd Ilnlls combined.
The following spenkers and their
subjects have been chosen:
Mrs. McVey, "The Products nnd
of n College Career."
Miss Blanding, "Campus Problems."

For (Jrnnd Officer
The Alpha Gnmmn Dcltn house on
South Limestone was the scene of a
lovely formnl
reception, Saturday
evening, given by the active members
of the sorority in honor of the grand Ericson, John D. Nnntz, Robert M.
historian, Mrs. Ncda Stucky Ham- O'Dcar, Louis J. Wachs, and pledges:
Hickcr-somond, of La Fayette, Ga., who was O'Conncll Crowdcr, Arville
Leonard T. West, nnd Rudy Fertheir guest for the week-enTiic rooms were beautifully deco- guson.
rated with southern smilnx, red and
Woman's Club of the University
buff roses in silver vnses were placed
on the mantlepiccc nnd tables and
The Woman's Club of the univerwhite tapers were burned. In the sity will meet this nfternoon nt 3
receiving line were Miss Mildred o'clock nt Patterson Hall to hear an
Reese, president of the chapter. Mrs. address by Miss Mattie Dalton on,
Hnmmond, Mrs. T. II. Johns, house "The Humor and Pathos of Charles
mother, nnd Miss Annellc Kelley. Dickens."
Ices nnd cakes were served and violin
The hostesses for the nfternoon
music was enjoyed 'during the hours. nrc: Mcsdamcs Dan V. Terrell, RobMany guests called and the affair was ert Terrell, Edward Tuthill, J. W.
Professor Fnrquhar, "The Student
Pryor, Oliver Shell, Thompson Bry- and Religion."
most enjoyable.
ant and E. J. Kinney.
Mrs. Smith, "The Appearance of
Afternoon Tea
the College Girl."
Dean Taylor, "Prayer."
Association of University Women
The Y. W. C. A. of the university
Dr. Noe, "Literature."
entertained at tea on Friday afterThe central Kentucky branch of the
Dean Turck, "The Enforcement of
noon in White Hall in honor of the American Association of University
members of the Advisory Board of nnd College Women met with Mrs. the Law."
Katherinc Kinchloc, Georgia Rouse,
the organization. Delicious refresh- J. C. Jones at her home, 702 Bullock
and Elizabeth Hagan arc the leaders
ments were served.
place, Tuesdny afternoon at 3:30
in charge of Patterson Hall; and Cor-rin- e
The guests of honor were: Mrs. C. o'clock.
Taylor is conducting the study in
J. Turck, Mrs. George Roberts, Mrs.
Mrs. Frank L. McVey gave a talk
Paul P. Boyd, Mrs. P. K. Holmes, on "The Woman Citizen," nnd Mrs. Smith and Boyd Halls.
The halls will retain their same
Mrs. J. R. Johnson and Dean Sarah Maurice Weil discussed "The College
leaders, Boyd Hall meeting each time
Blanding.
Woman's Opportunity in the School
with Smith Hall. A schedule has
and Community Club." Mrs. E. L. been planned for the sorority houses
To Attend Conventions
Hutchcinson nddressed the members in
order that each one may receive
Representatives from three sorori-ti- s on "The World Court." Mrs. R. E.
five or ten of the lecturers.
who will attend national convenMonroe was in charge of the program.
tions this summer as delegates from
their chapters arc:
Miss Ruth Kehoe will represent
Delta Delta Delta at Glacier Park,

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