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Clifford E. Smith, winner of the Kentucky Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest, and of the contest of the Southern
Lexington this week to represent the
University of Kentucky in the Northern Oratorical Contest to he given at
Holland, Michigan, Friday, April 9.
Following Is tho program, with the
names of the competitors, their colleges and subjects:
Michigan, Hope College, Harry J.
Hager, "One Country, One Language,
Minnesota, Carleton College, John
Wlngate, "From Isolation to Leadership."
Ohio, Muskingum College, Gerald H.
Melone, "The American Ideal."
Wisconsin, Belolt College, Lyle L.
Benedict, "An Educated Citizenry."
Illinois, Knox College, Dan H.
Indiana, Wabash College, Norman
Llttell, "The Path to Peace."
Kentucky, University of Kentucky,
Clifford E. Smith, "Shantung."
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course he ignores Mary and Miss Pry-o- r
does not return his love.
With two women to boss, Mil liken,
who has no will of his own when
ladles are giving orders, and the triangle love affair
Well, that will be seen on the night
of April 22 at the Little Theatre when
"The Wolves and the Lamb" will be
presented by the Philosophian Literary Society. The members of the
cast are working hard each day and
night to make the production a success and are making much progress.
The unusual talent displayed by
those composing the cast has received
favorable criticism and everyone is
waiting with intense interest for the
first performance to be given.
The cast of characters as have finally been decided after a careful process of competition and selection are
Mr. Milliken, E. Kraft; Mrs. Milli-keF. Bethel; Miss Pryor, Mary Elizabeth James; Lady Kicklebury, Ruth
Kelley; Lord Kicklebury, Margaret
Howells, butler, Jennie
Snapp; Capt. Touchitt, Mina White;
Mrs. Pryor, Amanda Forkner; Arabella iMUllken, Luclle Moore; George
Elizabeth Brown; Page, Mary
Maysvllle Community Club on "The
20th Century Crusade," on the night
of April 6, 1920. This lecture is one
of a series being given at Maysvllle
through the Extension Department of
"Senator" Crum, of the class of 1916,
was calling on friends at the University Easter week. During the war
Mr. Crum served In Franco in the
He will enter the
mining business In Martin county.
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