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[8] > Image [8] of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1965-04-apr6.

Part of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees

3 INDONESIAN STUDENTS PRESENT TALENT SHOW About 60 of the Universitv's Indonesian students presented their annual talent show in Memorial Hall last Friday, Sponsored by the Cos- mopolitan Club, the show was adopted bv the Indonesian students as a means of expressing their appreciation for the hospitality they have been accorded in Kentuckv. Last Fridays performance featured traditional songs and dances of Indonesia, and a concert by a 20-piece orchestra, all of whose instruments are made of bamboo 4e MUSICOLOGISTS MIEET ON LEXINGTON CAMPUS The University was privileged to plav host on sMarch 26-27 to the annual meeting of the South Central Chapter of the American Musico- logical Society, The meeting was highlighted by the presentation of a wide variety of research papers by distinguished music scholars from throughout the United States, 5, UNIVERSITY ALUINUIS TO LECTURE AT OXFORD The Harmsworth professorship, oldest chair of American history at Oxford University, will be filled by a University of Kentucky alumnus during the academic vear, 1965-66. Recently selected for the post was Dr. Bell Io Wiley, Emory Uni- versity historian who received his master's degree here in 1929. Dr. Wiley was among the recipients of the University's Distinguished Alumni Centennial Award at this Year's Founder's Day exercises. 6. UNIVERSITY EXI1BITS PRIZE-W4INNING BULLS Two bulls exhibited by the Department of Animal Science won first place in their respective classes of the recent Kentucky National Short- horn Futurity Show and Sale at Bowling Green, The two animals, along with a heifer which finished second in her class, were judged first in the class for three head bred and owned by a single exhibitor, 7, 200 PHYSICIANS ATTEND MEDICAL CENTER SYMPOSIUM A five-day symposium on genito-urinary diseases, which was held last week at the Medical Center, was attended by some 200 physicians from Ken- tucky and other states, Members of the University medical faculty were joined by 13 distinguished visiting specialists from throughout the United States in conducting the symposium, The event was sponsored by the Department of Radiology and the Division of Continuing Medical Education-