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UNI VKHSITY OF KENTUCKY.
VOLUME XI. V
EXINCI ON, KLNTl'CKV.
Siring Group, Band
SGA Asked To Appeal
clC 111 IV 11U1C llClj Llli 1M
1.3 Overall For Greeks
To Give Musicales
Zelzer To Be Featured
On Sunday Program;
Concert Band To Play
Two pt'rlormiiit: groups from tho L'niv
present musicales (.luring tin's next week.
Music Depart incut
Dr. Hugo Zelzer, pianist, will be Ma well Street Presbyterian Church
featured with the University String in Lexington.
pro- Among his other activities
Ensemble in an
pram at 4 p.m. Sunday in Memorial Mu Alpha, professional music fra- ternity. He holds a life membership
The University Concert Band, in this organization and has done
under the direction of Frank J. administrative work with the group.
Mr. Prindl is a member of the
Prindl. will present a concert at 8
p.m. Thursday in Memorial ColiMusic Educators National Confer- seum.
ence. the Kentucky Band and Or- Dr. Zelzer, the solo piano artist chestra Directors Association, and
proAppearing on the
the National College and University
gram is a visiting professor in the Band Director's Association.
Program Is Varied
Music Department from the University of Vienna, Austria. Dr.
The program to be presented by
Zelzer is teaching music history at the concert band is varied and con
the University this year on a grant sists of "Overture and Allegro" by
Couperin and "Song and Celebrafrom the State Department.
First Appearance On Musicale
tion" by Hart. This will be followed
Although he has appeared before by "Tamboo" by Cavez and "Sym- audiences here in Lexington and phony for Brass and Percussion" by
Kentucky, this Ls Dr. Zelzer s Reed.
appearance on the Sunday
Next will come "To a Wild Rose"
by McDowell and a inarch, "Colossus
Dr. Zelzer will be assisted in play- - of Columbia" by Alexander. The
ing Schubert's famous quintet. "The program will end with music ior
Trout" bv Dr. Kenneth Wright. Concert Band" by Boda.
The University Choristers will
violinist: Marvin Rabin, on the
viola; Gordon Kenney, cellist, and present the next Musicale 4 p.m.
April 25 in Memorial Hall.
Frank Prindl on the double bass.
Frank J. Prindl, director of the
Concert Band, is an assistant professor of music at the University.
He has held this position since Sep- l-- .
Debate Team Wins
National TKA Meet
To End April 25
James Dundon and English deThe UK debate team took first
in the national Tau Kappa bated the affirmative and George
Alpha Forensic Contest held last Shadoan, sophomore, and William
week in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The Douglass, senior, took the negative.
University won out over 38 separate The Dundon and English team was
schools from 25 different states.
the only freshman team debating in
UK was first with a record of
the tournament from all over the
followed by the University of Rich- - country.
mond, Va., with a 10-- 2 record, and
The Tau Kappa Alpha Fraternity
is a National Forensic Honor
the University of Utah with
Although the University has taken ciety and is- a member of the
previous high honors in this com- - sociation of College Honor Societies.
petition, it is the first time in his- - Tau Kappa Alpha Ls the only speech
tory that the team has won first honor society that is a member of
piace. in laDU tne national tourna- - this organization. Dr. Blyton is na- ment was held on this campus.
tional vice president.
Charles English, freshman in Arts
and Sciences, was rated second
among the 92 students taking part
in the tournament.
Jacob Mayer, Arts and Sciences
senior, entered the extemporaneous
speaking section and was judged
second in this section. Students
spoke on news of current, national,
Plans calling for the establishment
Professor Prindl received his Bacha University grad and international importance.
of a physical rehabilitation center
elor of Education degree from Mil- - uate student in physics, is a recent
..... J:...UK contestants were under at UK are expected to be presented
.t iniH'v" f . vr- fpllnwshin - un-- - Uie anecuon oi Dr. ouiora eivion, to the Board of Trustees at the
M u.ic deg're from the
' PrSramnot onlv a great
Announcement of the proposed
of Arizona. Tuscon
scholarship, granted as personal triumph for the boys, but
action has been made public by a
Played In Orchestra
Gerard Swone and it la gtLob iuuu. i im nulla lui .!,
planning group, which
Chares A. coinn ienowsr.ips,
since manv .r,:Pl,. think ,.the;
Milwaukee Young . v. . r thA 1QS, - nrj,dmil. v
Played with the
vear. 1!,. iiuuu u rv uufh i& uia v uaMteL mdes representatives from sev- uiwv
eral benefiting agencies. Dr. Don
amounts 10 S2'100" The fellowships are grantea on ; ball and dab with its
Cash Seaton, head of the Depart- ""- "UKro r"'-UK President Dr. Herman Dono- Whilc at the University of Ariz- - the basis of
hoiarship. scientific van made the statement. "I am de ment of Physical Education, is a
ne neiu uic iab'uuu u.
potential, and personal cnaracter. Hhted to learn that, our riehathw member of the committee.
sistant band director ana instructor
gwift. a Lexingtonian, plans to team nas won first Dlace xhis
of Instrumental music. During this use the fellowship at the University achievement is one nf the finest
time, he also played with tne next yCar. He received his A.B.
honors coming to the University
gree from UK in 1952 and is pres- - during the years I've been presi- - 1
Mr. Prindl has also held the emly working on his doctorate.
dent. I got as great a thrill out of 11 IHMII
position of band director and in- - .
this victory as I would have a bowl
structor, and, later, assistant pro.
Iota chapter of Phi Upsilon
game in football."
fes.sor of instrumental music and 1 rCSKIClll 1 O
The debate was conducted on the Omicron, home economics honorary.
theory at Millikin University at
topic for the year, "Resolved: That will initiate 14 new members Sun- Dcctur .in.
the United States Should Adopt a day morning in the Home Economics
Before coming to Lexington, Mr.
Free Trade Policy." This was fol- Building, Lee Ann Leet, Phi U rePrindl was band director and in- - I
lowed by a discussion on "How Can porter, has announced.
structor in brass instruments at
members include Martina
Present Practices of Congressional
President Dwight D. Eisenhower Investigations Be Improved?"
Campbell, Isabel Rankin, Zoe Tate,
Murray State College, Murray, Ky.
will speak at Transylvania College
A session was also held in which Bettye Sue Allen, Patricia Moore,
Has Worked With Choirs
23, the White House has
students wrote bills for Congress. Stella Flowers, Frances Ann Weis.
also worked with on April
Mr. Prindl has
debated them, and then adopted Betty Latimer, Sarah Tabb, Barbara
church choirs. He has served as
He will appear on the first day's them. The bills adopted by the stu- - Watts, Martha K. Mason, Daisy
choir director of St. Peter and program of a three-da- y
Paul's Church in Tuscon and the which w ill be the prelude to a year- dent congress were sent on to the Pearl Stephens, Inez Toohey, and
Mary K. Boyd.
long celebration of Transylvania's
A breakfast will be served fol- 175th anniversary.
U. S. Senator
Cooper will introduce the President,
and Dr. Frank A. Rose, president of
Transylvania College, will preside.
After speaking at a New York
"Career Week.- - sponsored by the
dinner bv the American Newspaper
Home Economics Club, will be held
23. Eisenhower will leave from Wednesday through Saturday.
Exhibits on the various careers ofA meeting to select guides for
movement of Washington by plane.
Also scheduled to speak at the fered to home economics graduates
Freshman Orientation Week in
languages in eleteaching foreign
will be shown.
September will be held at 4 p.m.
mentary schools will receive em- program are Henri Bonnet. French
April 10 will be high school day.
ambassador to the United States;
Wednesday in Room 103 of
phasis at the seventh UK Foreign Dr. Colgate W.
Darden. president of Senior high school women from all
White Hall, the I'niversity PerLanguage Conference. April
University of Virginia: Dr. over the state will be entertained bv
sonnel Office has announced.
Dr. Jonah W. D. Skiles. head of the the
the club- An informal coffee hour
of Ancient Languages Charles Allen Thomas, president of will begin the day.
The students will
jind Literatures and director of the the Monsanto Chemical Company: hear talks by
home economics grad-uatDr. Raymond McLain, former presiconference, has announced.
who have entered the differ- of Transylvania, now executive
Discussions on the subject will be dent
incorporated into three of the vari- director of the Commission on High- ent home economic professions.
er Education of the National CounA style show by the Four Seasons
ous panels, and at 9 a.m. Saturday,
devoted to cil of Churches of Christ, and A. B. Shop will be given Saturday after April 24. a panel will be
"Teaching of Languages in the Ele- Chandler, former governor of Ken- noon in the Home
An annual scholarship by the
Economics Build- tucky, U.
mentary School." This panel will be C'0mmlsSK,ller-Science- S. senator, and baseball
Kentucky Broadcasters' Association
conducted in Room 203 of the Social
to the outstanding UK senBuilding.
ior majoring in radio arts has been
designated the Charles Warren Me- In addition to other topics, this
panel will include talks and discusNaming of the annual award came
sions on "The Teaching of Spanish
during the KBA convention in
in the Second Grade," "German m
Louisville last week. The scholarthe Tourth Grade." and "Experiship honors the former station manments in Teaching French to Chilager of WCMI. Ashland, and past
dren from the Elementary School."
"On the campus" will be the
The entrees in the sorority di- organization. the state
Dr. W. L. Cair, visiting professor
of ancient languages and literature.-a- t theme for this year's annual Sigma vision are: Sue Winters, ADPi: Ann
In commenting upon the name
UK. attended a conference in Chi best dressed contest to be held Wenninger, AGD; Glenda King, designation, Mrs. Canulle H. Halat 7:30 p.m Tuesday in Memorial AXD; Tina Mouser. XO: Ann Fu- Washington in January to study the
yard, acting head of the Departproblem of teaching children for- Hall. Jack Rinchart. chairman of trill, DDD; Yvonne Eaton, DZ; Bes ment of Radio Arts, said, "It is a
the contest sponsors, announced.
Clements. KAT; Martina Campbell. fitting
eign languages. In a paper which
The contest will be divided into KD; Chickie Schrieder. KKG Ruth always tribute a to a man who had
discusses the results of that conbeen
close and helpful
two parts, a style show, supported Moore, ZTA; and Marcia Josselson.
ference. Dr. Carr has written:
friend of the UK Radio Departby the clothing stores ol Lexington, PSS.
lan"The learning of a second
ment. Mr. Warren not only aired all
The winners of last year's contest
guage can give children the experi- and the best dressed contest, selectshows but hired many
ing the man and woman candidate were Martha Wagner, DDD, and
ence of living imaginatively and
of our graduates."
tealistically in the thoughts of an- ol sorority and fraternities as the Doug McCullough, PDT. The
Radio Arts faculty members, who
were Jean Ford. XO, and attended the Louisville KBA conother people. Through learning to year's most well dressed students.
The style show this year, follow- Tom Fillion, ATO.
and speak another
vention, noted the great emphasis
tongue they gain a sense of achieve- ing the theme of "On the Campus,"
This will be the eighth annual by many state radio and TV execument and satisfaction in their ac- will consist ol three different parts. contest sponsored by the Sigma tives on the extreme shortage of
These parts will feature informal, Chis. Its purpose in 194G was to trained nev;,i,,,l
and formal costumes show that students at UK were not
Karlv Beginning I'rged
A partial solution to the lack of
Dr. H. L. Donovan, president of lor UK students attending various at all backwards in their dress, prospective employees may be in
poise, and social awareness.
the University, has said that edu- functions in Lexington.
prospect at UK. Radio Arts has
The contestants lor the best
cators are now recognizing that
Trophies will be awarded to the more entering freshmen in its
"language education, like all educadressed contest are Bruce Pearce, winners of the contest and they will courses this year than ever before,
tion, must be a process that ex- AGR Roger Crump. ATO; Lyon also receive gift certificates to Mrs. Halyard said,
tends from one's earliest years of Hutcherson. DTD: Jimmy Combest, clothing stores in town.
A brochure will be distributed to
FH; .lack Norris. K A Rodger Juschildhood throughout his hie."
The costumes to be worn in the high school students by the
A similar panel was held at the tice, l.XA: Bill Curlin. PUT: Tom
are not to exceed $100 in tucky broadcasters depicting the
Foreign Language Conference last Blown. TKT: Bill Jones, PSK; Hugh cost and are to be appropriate
for various activities and advantages
year, and Dr. Skiles .said thai his Roe. PKA; Bill Browning. SAE; Jim
avail;,bj!, at thc' UK ladi" de,art- receives many
Prof lit, SN: Neil Asher. SHE: Dave an informal party or dance on the ment. The pamphlet will be pre- department still
campns or in INinetnn. Rmehart parcd by
Jl.i- pi.jH-ists lor copies oi
Ju Stewart. TKE, and Marty Solomon.
at that time.
II..llt.k l,. i.!
HE Club Plans
To lie Seleeted
Pan Hell Elects
To Honor Warren
Best Dressed Contest
To Be Held Tuesday
Kaye Goldberg, president of Phi
Sigma Sigma, was elected president
of Panhellenic, intersorority organization. Monday, Jackie Cottom. past
president of Panhellenic has an-- j
Other officers of the 1954-5- 5 Pan- hellenic w ill be Mary Wilkins, presi-- I
dent of Kappa Delta,
Betty Jo Martin, Chi Omega rush
chairman, secretary, and Georgia
Lee Cox. rush chairman of Kappa
Alpha Theta, treasurer.
New officers will be installed at
afternoon, and tomorrow night.
Ann O'Roark. 0r..-t- i M.'.l.
supported the IFC nevformances is 8 pm, and the matinee oid bv telliaa
is at 2:30 p.m. Admission Ls 50 cents, that fratermtv
with all seats reserved.
pulled down because of f i.lui
many professors to 'urn m s;v,,
Incomplete Crades r.Lnned
This meant an
S'.Ulllil S 1U
pruisiZiii'i that fiaferr..".
computed, did la ' t:
incomplete g:,n:i. ri"::.tr.
tin. ....irl ..,.
To Hold natKpiet
Nu chapter of Delta Pi Epsilon.
graduate fraternity in business education, will hold its annual spring enoimh to pull 'he
banquet April 9, Dr. Vernon Mussel-ma- they had lxe:i I'lii.ei!
faculty advisor, announced to:
President Carter C.!
mat me ap,H.u nseu ': it i.
The dinner meeting, at 6 p.m. in not sptcitie enouvh. He :.ul t
Room 205 of the Student Union, is
the request, as mad- - by H,
the first for the new president, Mrs. could mean an
rii.tn Fnink niekev will sneak on reu-- the way tr.i'.cn.-.-.::d;
..Recent Cun.icuium Trends and are computed.
chanees in the PubUc school."
Bueil .sug'.esteu '::a! t::e t ai
m&ht be asktd '
in such a way as to ivrpp ,rr
all fraternity aver.i .e
men s average, m t,"
tr .Mfhnu, fur
lie gins Today
Kentucky's chief administrative
and finance officer in the Depart- ment of Education will become UK's
new registrar today.
Qi irrttttf n & fnrn.pr rfaistriir
s Dr Robm L
37 a mrmber of the gtate
ah :1aand ac;:uv
of other pledge- -
SGA voted tn make
cents to t)e a
Buell also ai'a
.. I; i:
Wilt II he asla-.i heck the bli eaar.
Buell said in. s':a ii.
H:- Wnlli I ila'.e la
a nurse h..ii
thai :!: s;.,
had to be t as. .
to !h- I'.'.; 1!: a.
l.llnn an.l Carl
IWI'KS Siiiilur kappa IVIta ainl I'i kappa Alplia.
tin- wiiiui-itropliit s lor All ( ainpus Sjngl al (lit- dance
lollow in; llu' ioiiti-si
Woodward liold (la- ninai .i liplo'cand Delta 'lan IVIta.
I yon. !
AI.I.C WIl'l'S S1C
up to the
ala lit u
!prin.: eiia .. ,.. vn i i
vice presaa-ntber.s wall Lt- iln.-lor u
... .... ,
Joiiu V H:"
the election ca iiiin.i'.si .
Infirr.iart I'orainiit.-i- '
A committee to
tenon for adnussi
faniary'' and t:.icuring a full lai.e c.v-firmary stall
The setting ::p .: t:
resulted from (T.a:---- s
eral occasion, si. :
'been refused euirv u."
and that, on occh.-ii-stead of dixtors dl.isi.i
the I'lln raarv li el'a:
but was refusi a; ai'::.:"
rector of research and statistics. He
became head of the consolidated
Divisions of Administration and Fi- fiir.
nance a year later. The new regis- Other SGA n ::.'ae:.- - a'a: t;a.Leg- trar was also consultant to the
islative Research Commission for
wr.. fir- p out
the commission's school finance account plecues
he "did .mt
'. h ami
be held at 2 p.m. in Room "ll'I
of Miller Hall.
language reading examinations for graduate students have been scheduled as
follows: French. April 13; tier-maApril II. and Spanish.
April 15. All examinations will
For Dream (iiiT
The annual workshop for the ne
sorority officers will be held befort
the Panhellenic banquet on Aprii
in a row.
Panhellenic will sponsor another
foreign student next year, the coun- cil decided this week. They havt
provided room and board for ont
woman student from a foreign country for the past five years.
Panhellenic will also sponsor summer semester room and board foi
this year's foreign student, Clairt
Renders of Belgium, in order foi
her to complete her work on a
A rotating cup will be given b
Panhellenic to the sorority with tin
highest overall scholastic standin
each semester. Jackie Cottom said
This trophy will be awarder
permanently to the house that h;e
the highest standing four semester,
A Kenton County native. Dr. Mills
holds three degrees from the Uni- 4
ersity. his bachelor's, master's and
From 1933 to 1941 he taught at
Tr outs for Elmer Rice's "Dream Covington, and was administrative
Girl". Guignol Theatre's next pro- head of a branch of the Air Force
duction, will be held at 2 p.m. Sun- Technical School at Lincoln. Neb.
day in the Laboratory Theater of Tn 1044. he went to Oak Ridge,
Tenn.. where he held a supervisory
the Fine Arts Building. Thirty-fiv- e
parts are available, fifteen of which position.
Dr. Mills was research assistant
are acting parts. Mr. Robert Chal-lene- r, for
the UK Bureau of School Service
from 191!! to 19a0. and sered briefly
The comedy will be presented May as assistant to the director of the
3 through May 8.
the annual Panhellenic Banquet
Saturday, April 10, at the Lafavette
To Hold liaiupiet
'Merchant' To End
Jim Buell. United SU'ue:
on behalf of the Il.tertr; Ti
J :t ;
Council that Ihv
passed by the f airu
1952. be appealed by SO V
Buell said IFC bas-'on the fact that 11 UK ir
fti io rit il Plivpr nmrinptinn f,f did not make a
"Mrfhjnl of V..niro" mesier ... . .v fa.
tonight, tomorrow-vot- according to IFC. t.s i . .
would provide a. nucleus
fhio nhAnrincr smi;H llf'Vt Ve:ir
m Iml.istic ri quirt un nfs l.i
arc nniair anu inipi at urai were mace ui'i nrj, a inn
ol the Student
Association Mnixlav ni;!it.
CJliariics tt uit
This plan, which differs from the
usual cheerleading selections held in
the fall, will enable, the new cheerleaders to have practice sessions
According to present plans, functions of the rehabilitation center this spring and be better organized
at the beginning of the fall season,
will be three-folHi To engage in training phy- she said.
Elections will be held in the fall
sical therapy students
to select other members of the
(2 Patient treatment
in outpatient re- squad.
All students are eligible for the
Miss Cornell said. They
Room 42 of Memorial Coliseum is
must be able to practice from 3 to
the tentative location mentioned for
5 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday
setting up the therapy equipment,
a reciprocal arrangement between if elected. The names of apersons
cheer- UK and center staff members would interested in trying out for
leading position may be turned in
provide the gymnasium and swim
ming pool facilities for patients and to Miss Cornell no later than Amil
a training laboratory for University 14. she said.
Paralytic cases and crippled children would receive treatment at the
center. Instruction in the use of artificial
limbs would be another phase of
The College Chamber of Com- training.
Committee members pointed out merce will hold their annual ban- that this center would be the only quet at 6 p m. Thursday in the Stu- derit Union Ballroom. Ken Harris.
one operating in Kentucky. Patients from the Kentucky Society vice president, has announced.
A magic show and
for Crippled Children and United
Mine Workers union are now sent new officers will highlight the pro- gram. Door prizes will also be given,
out of state for treatment
Tickets are $1.75 a plate and may
be obtained from any member of
the Chamber of Commerce.
The dinner is open to non-comerce students and faculty. Harris
Six cheerleaders for the school
term 1954-5- 5
will be selected this
spring. Sally Cornell, Suky member
and chairman of the election committee, has announced.
Judges will elect the best
at an elimination period, at
5 p.m.. April 20 in the Student
Union Ballroom. The six new cheer- leaders w ill be chosen on a per- centage basis in the finals. Wednes- day, April 21. in Memorial Hall.
The winners, w ho will be de- ..
.......... nod u ft ywc v... rw ,s ri f V.itu
.u tir ".P' "tint H.
nf tho stnHents anrl ,1 ncr
of the judges, will be rated on
and audience reaction. Each finalist
will lead the audience in one or two
Miss Cornell said that three men
and three women students were be- -
Rehabilitation Center Here
UK Trustees To Consider
Deadline for entry in the Samuel
M. Wilson Student Library Contest
is April 25. it has been announced.
Students interested in entering
the contest may submit a list of
books in their personal collections
to the chairmen of the contest. Dr.
Bennett H. Wall. History Department, C. Arnold Anderson, Sociology
Department, and Librarian Emeritus
Margaret I. King.
Each student library will be
judged on the basis of content primarily, and the winner will receive
a cash prize of no less than $25.
The winner will be expected to
display his or her collection in the
Margaret I. King Library. Both
graduate and undergraduate students are eligible.
Group Also Hears
At UK Infirmary
To Be Chosen
UMVLHSITY CONCERT HAND
To Give Musicale Thursday
LIU DAY, A PHIL 2, 1934