May Anthony. f
the Great Hall to provide extra seating during the
Kach fraternity housemother ha hern Invited
and will art a rhaprronet. Other rhaperonr are
Mr. and Mr. J a me Shear, Mr. and Mr. I!. f
l ew I. Col. and Mr. Ilohert Larson and Mr. and
A thousand couples will be Jumping and Jiving
tomorrow night to the music of Hay Anthony at the
annual IFC dance In the Student Union Building
from P p m. till 1 a m.
The- dance is
with party dresses for
tills and suits for boys. It i u1m a no flower d.mce.
I ate iMmission is Inking
rumed by Dean f Womsemi-form-
Mr. Howard t'.rkel.
Hay Anthony is known nation-wid- e
for hi ar
raniirmrnt! of "Saint (in Man-lunIn" nnd "Hun
key refer to him as ' The Youn
liv Hop " Disc-JMan With a limn." Tim past summer he marrtrd
His band will
Iim hnie two
imm1ms and 12 instrument.
This is the second time Hay Anthony ha
at the IFC dame. He played for the IFC
riant e the (all semester of P.VV?. He was an nlmo.st
unanimous choice of the IFC this year over all other bands available.
(Irorjte Spal.hnr. treasurer of the IFC and a
member of tbe Delta Chi fraternity, I tbe dance
en. Mrs. Sarah H. Holmes.
Hnth front and bark door of tbr t'nion will lw
usrd and rouplr will be admiitrd by ticket only but
tbe door leading into tbe (lrr.it Hall Mill not be
Tables will be set up in the Union cafeteria nnd
football dining rooms on n no reservation basis
Foft drinks will be sold by Junior IFC members in
the prill and cafeteria kitchen.
The two top floors of the Union will be available
with dancing In the ballroom. Great Hall, and mezzanine. Chairs will be placed around the walls of
The "man with the horn" is also the man with the wife. Ray Anthony,
who's scheduled to perform at the IFC dance tomorrow night, hasn't
done too badly with his gToup of musicians. And in selecting a Mrs.,
the trumpeter didn't hit a sour note when he married Mamie Van
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky., Friday, Dec.
Wednesday Date For Hanging Of Greens
By JOYCE ADAM
The Hanging of the Greens, an annual Christmas program,
will be presented at 5 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 7, in the Great
Hall of the SUB. Tiiis program, which officially opens the campus yuletide season, is sponsored jointly by the, YMCA, the
YWCA, and the Student Union Hoard.
At 4:45 p.m., a string quartet,
composed of Doris Zabilka, Bob
Lancaster, Janey Fitch, and Betsy
Patterson, will begin the prelude
The traditional Christmas story,
as found in Luke 2:1-2given in choral reading by the
Carolers, dressed in 1890 costumes, will sing "God Rest Ye
Merry Gentlemen" and "Joy to the
The audience will have an opportunity to enter into the spirit
of the season by singing Christmas
carols under the direction of James
King, director of the Men's Glee
The legend of the history and
origin of the evergreens will be
told by Charles McCullough, Student Union Board president. Bar- -
The UK Panhellenic has been selected by Fraternity Month
magazine as the top
organization in the country,
giving the most outstanding service to the campus, community,
and to their member organizations.
bara Roberts, YWCA president, will
tell the story of the first Christmas
tree by Eugene Field. Don Clark,
president of the YMCA, will be in
charge of the invocation and the
During the program, members of
the cabinets of the YWCA. the
YMCA, and the Student Union
Board will hang wreaths at the
windows of the SUB, and drape
laurel ropes on the stairs.
Other traditional Christmas
songs, which will be heard during
the program, are "Q Come All Ye
Faithful," "O Holy Night." "Christ
We Adore Thee," "Deck the Halls,"
and "The Holly and the Ivy."
Music will be presented during
the program, by the Men's Glee
Club, Mr. Harry Dunscombe, music
department staff member, a mixed
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Best In Nation
The Fraternity Month award
presented to the UK Pan
hellenic during the National Pan
hellenic Conference at The Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur
Springs. W. Va. Debbie Schwarz.
Delta Zeta, a '55 graduate of UK
accepted the trophy.
To compete for the trophy each
college Panhellenic sent in a list
of their accomplishments. Following is a partial list of UK Pan
In scholarship the average for
women for the fall e- mester was 2.63; for
requires that all sorority houses
have a fire drill at least once a
semester. All houses must meet
proper sanitary regulations. Tha
House Presidents' Council makes
house rules for all University housing units and these regulations are
binding on sororities.
To cooperate with college Ideal
for student life one of the dean
of women in always advisor of
Panhellenic. Preferential cards and
bids are matched by the Dean of
To help participate in .student
To safeguard health Panhellenic
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Howie Schnellenberger has been
named tc the Associated Press
first team at end.
of the 1954 edition of the
Wildcats, was placed on the first
team end position along with another Kentucky lad, Ron Beagle
of Navy. Howie has also been seC
lected on the
Howie, who was Bullet Bob
Hardy's prime target this past
Autumn, gathered in six touchdown passes and led the entire
team in the number of pass completions this fall. He ended up as
the third leading receiver in the
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Joint Recital Thursday
In Memorial Coliseum
Clarence Turner, the contralto star of the soon-to-b- e
"Carousel," and Brian Sullivan, Metropolitan Opera tenor, will present
a joint recital on the Central Kentucky Community Concert Series at
8:15 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 8. in Memorial Coliseum.
Mifs Turner began her singing career in the chorus of the San
Francisco Opera Company. In her spare time she sang leading roles
with a local Gilbert fc Sullivan troupe. She was "discovered'' during
one of these performances.
Several years later she was singing the title role in Gian-Carl- o
Menotti's "The Medium." She was appointed to the roster of the
Metropolitan Opera soon after.
Miss Turner's appearance in Lexington Is part of her eighth transcontinental tour.
To Be Named
Nominations for the most popular professor may be made this
Monday and Tuesday. There will
be a box in the SUB and one in
the campus book store for student
nominations. This year's elections
will mark the seventh anniversary
of the most popular professor contest. It is sponsored by the Newman Club.
The election will be held
nesday, Thursday, and Friday. All
students are eligible to vote. The
winner will be announced before
Chrbtmas vacation starts. He will
be crowned and reign over the
Mardi Gras dance sponsored by
Newman Club on Jan. 14.
Dr. Daniel Jacobson of the Geography Department was Rex of
last year's Mardi Gras. Dr. Jacob-so- n
is now with Brooklyn College
in New York,
Miller, Eggum To Go
To Texas Conference
Sharon Miller of Louisville and Paul F.ggum of Corbin, both UK
seniors, have been selected by the administration of the University to
represent the school at the first Student Conference on National Affairs
to be held Dec.
at the Agricultural and Mechanical College of
More than 50 colleges and universities of the South and Southwest
will participate in the event by sending student representatives. This
is the first conference of its kind to be held in the Southwest.
The theme of the meetinr will be "The Role of the I'nited State
in World Affairs," and the chief purpose of the conference is to conduct
a series of informative and ktimulatlve discussions on the theme.
The Texas A&M officials planning the conference hope that it will
help promote a generation of responsible leaders in national affairs.
Dean L. L Martin said the two students were selected on the balj
of their outstanding academic records and their ability In leadership.
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