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The Kentucky Kernel, October 26, 1956

Part of The Kentucky Kernel

1 I . Vol.XLVIII Uimnsity of Kentucky. Lexington, Ky., Tt'hU), Oct. 2f, lO.'Wi v f uLtIt K&r j J HmI i nr. I p Annual Lances Carnival Festivities Start Tonight A new method of judging the concessions at the 14th annual Lances Carnival will be used this year. Gentry Davis, Lances president, has announced. Judging will be based about one-thion the money turned in and on the skit, he said. In the past, judging has been based about 50 per cent on the money earned by the concession, Davis said. The carnival will open tonight on King;, Lances publicity chairman, said. The carnival will begin at 7:30 p.m. Admission to the carnival is free, but 15 cents will be charged to enter the concessions. The funds raised will be used to provide scholarships for junior men. Lances is a junior men's honorary society. ds .... y 10:30 p.m. The organizations, their skits, and sponsor follow: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, The Lawrence Smelk Show, Lynne Bryant: Zeta Tau Alpha, Lights Out, Mona Turner; Phi Delta Theta, Bums and Broads, Scharme Wigginton; Kappa Alpha, Broad, Broad World, Jane Harris. Delta Zeta, Anything Goes, Jacque Westerfield; Kappa Kappa Gamma, The Future Queens, Jo Ann Brown; Delta Tau Delta, DTD-TJane Thornburg; Chi Omega, King and Me, Beverly Hill Delta Delta Delta, Deltarama Presents Mr. Magoo Stranded in the Jungle, Madelyn Gordon; Farm House, This is Your Laugh, Loretta Seithers; Pi Kappa Alpha, From Behind the Green Door, Dukie Campbell. Phi Sigma Kappa, Gay Nineties Review, Martha Richardson; Phi Sigma Sigma, Candy Apples, Elaine Tatrick; Alpha Xi Delta, Les Jambes De Paris, Betty Bernard. Alpha Gamma Delta, Rockin' Cinderolla , Vicki Arrington ; Lambda Chi Alpha, Rockin' With Red, Barbara Rogers; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Running Wild, Mary on Page 2) V, ' VJ fc 1'ifliM miiiniiii.i him mi ii '..V in,) nimni ' , ', , ., 5 If ;'.'''-"- '. V ,u iJ "" - iiiia . .ViiM..-ii- l Queen Candidates These lovely looking: young: women are candidates for Lances queen. They are: (L to r., front row) Bettie Bernard, Dukie Campbell, Martha Richardson, Mary Ellen Barbar, Jane Eleanor Harris, and Beverly Jlill. (Middle row) Gay Evans, Mona Faye Turner, Loretta Seithers, Joanne Brown, Madolyn Gordon, Scharme Wigginton, Becky Bevens, Bobbye Tice, and Jacque Westerfield. (Last row) Barbara Rogers, Neida- Vick, Jane Thornburg, Pat McDevitt, Lynn Graham, Barbara Finnie, Jan Long:, Lynne Bryant, and Melva Hemlepp. - Mock Vote To Be Held On Monday ' ! The Lances Dance Is scheduled 8 p.m. Saturday in the Student Union Ballroom. Clyde! irasK and his orchestra will furnish the music. ""The dance wilfbe over atmid-nigh- t. Dormitory girls wishing to attend, have late permission until 1 a.m., King said. Final plans for the carnival were completed Tuesday night at a meeting of all participating organizations, King said. There will be 28 concessions operated by various campus organizations. At each concession there will be a candidate for Carnival Queen. The Queen will be crowned at I - ty the south side of Stoll Field, Nibby to begin at rd two-thir- i J :v Bar-(Continu- ed Irr) w.- . . S 4 I M W six-ye- ar ar . . Concert Series Brings Swedish Chorus Here 75-voi- . ce m . :. Wmm. "WO 1 mi Derby Queen Charlcne Schiebel, center, was crowned quern of the Sigma Chi Derby last Saturday at the intramural field. Becky Bevens, right, Aia runner-up to Charlcne and Holly Stevenson, left, placed third. KappaDeltaPledge Is Sigma Chi Queen arlene Schlfbelr ft Kappa DelNflnry-rfrkinon- . Sue Carol-Hol- lo pledge, was crowned queen of way. and Jane Walsh. KD and ta the seventh annual Sigma Chi ADPI followed. Derby last Saturday. Second was In the Egg Toss. Delta Delta Becky Jo Bevens, Alpha Delta Pi. Delta's Ann Hoffman and Charand third was Holly Stevenson, lotte Lasky held out the longest of Alpha Gamma Delta. without breaking their egg. AXID AGD and Kb shared the and Kappa Alpha Theta were alTrophy for accumu- most as lating the most points In the variZeta Tau Alpha's Joyce Huber ous events. ADPi was second, and was the fastest pie eater. AXID Alpha Xi Delta and Kappa Kappa and KKG were second and third. sure-fingere- d. Gamma tied for third. Over 900 students saw the seven events in the Derby. The first and most strenuous, the Obstacle Course, was run under an Indian Summer sun. AGD won, with Mills Named To New Post Dr. Robert L. Mills, registrar, The newly created post of dean has been appointed dean of ad- of admissions and registrar was missions and registrar by trustees recommended by President Frank of UK. Dr. Mills has been registrar 3. Dickey. President Dickey statfor the past two and one-ha- lf ed: "During the past several years the responsibilities attached to the by years. A mock election, sponsored campus,, political groups, will four be held here Monday. Polh will be open from 8 a.m. until 4:30 pan. In Room 127 of the Student Union Building. Listed on the student ballots will me the names of the opposing canftp 1 V didates for president and vice presDwight D. Eiident: Republicans senhower and Richard M. Nixon, and Democrats Adlai Stevenson and Estes Kefauver. Also listed will be the four candidates vying for the two US Senate seats from Kentucky; Republicans Thruston B. Morton and T John Sherman Cooper, and Democratic incumbent Sen. Earle C. Clements and former Governor Lawrence W. Wetherby. Clements and Morton are canditerm. dates for the full Cooper and Wetherby are competunexpired ing for the four-ye7-term of the late Senator Alben W. .niHTlliHWll1 . Barkley. The mock election will be National Swedish Chorus watched with much interest by persons throughout the state, since Kentucky recently became the second state to accord the voting privilege, and many participating in the Monday election will also vote in the Nov. 6 general election. The election is sponsored by the Young Democrats, Young RepubThe National Swedish Chorus Schubert, Haydn, Grieg, and licans, Youth for Eisenhower, and League cl Women Voters. will perform Friday, Nov. 2, in Brahms through such contemporary masters as Sibelius and Mitchell Meade, Young Repub- Memorial Coliseum. The chorus, which Is directed by Vaughan Williams to the folk lican president, said one of the main purposes of the mock elec- Martin Lidstam, first visited the songs of the Scandinavian countries. tion is to get young voters familiar United States in 1906. The with the operation of voting ma- male group is not only the outThis standing choral group in its native year. is the third concert for the chines. are sponsored must show land but is one of the finest in by theThe concerts Concert Meade taid students Community Series their ID cards before they can Western Europe. of Lexington. The chorus will feature, for its vote. He said these ID cards would Students will be admitted by ID be checked closely by ultraviolet North American tour, programs ranging from such masters as cards. light, to assure their validity. . - office of the Registrar have increased sharply. As an example, last year in the reorganization of In the Tomato Throw, AGD's team of Nora Ewing and Jacqule Lyne drew the surest bead on Sigma Chi pledge Julian Beard's head. KD and KAT placed and showed. Chi Omega's Jane Crace combined speed and a strong stomach to win the Apple Bob. KKG and AXID were close behind. The short but sloppy flag chase "Was taken by ADPi's Clara Finch. KKG and ZTA took what was left. Increase Reported In Night Classes the counseling service of the University the counseling and testing offices, with their varied programs, were placed under the direction of the registrar. As the number of Dr. Lyman Ginger, acting dean students enrolling at the Univerof Kentucky increases, the of the College of Adult and Extensity work of the registrar and the ad- sion Education, announced that missions office will become in this year's night class enrollment is creasingly complex and important. the largest in the history of the of 743 "The chief admissions officer's Untversity. A total numbercourses. for position in the University is most people haveIsregistered cent Increase important. He comes in contact This figure a 20 per campus over the enrollment for the fall with more persons off the and on the campus than practical- semester of 1955. e Enrollment includes ly any other person "in the Unihigh schools, students who have regular classes versity. lie contacts other colleges and universities, ed- scheduled at night, citizens who are full-tim- ucational associations, and he reports to a number of outside accrediting and professional agencies. His contacts on campus include those with administrative officers, members of the faculty, students, and parents. In all of these contacts, he must be in a position to speak with authority and must command the respect of all. "The registrar and admissions officer cannot be held in a lesser position to that occupied by the deans. He must work with them at their level. For all of these reasons, it seems wise to recommend that the position of registrar be expanded in title and responsibility. I am, therefore, recommending that, effective Oct. 19, the position of dean of admissions unci registrar be established. The person who is currently so capably and eminently filling the position of registrar would become the person to hold the title of dean of admissions and registrar. Dr. Robert L. Mills is a man of great ability and is one that we wish to hold. In my opinion no other individual could be found who would be able to serve so well in this newly recommended position." taking courses for college credit and those who are taking non-cre- dit courses. There are 39 night classes in session this semester. Among the courses offered for credit are: foreign languages, English, geography, public health, music, psychology, sociology, and secretarial work. it courses include The painting, photography, affective communication, reading, dance, real estate, principles of credit and collection and engineering. non-cred- Win $25! The Kentuckian will pay $?5 for an acceptable color transparency to be used for the cover of the 1957 yearbook. The transparency ran be of a campus building or scene or a Bluegrass scene. The contest will be open to students and faculty. All interested persons should bring their transparencies to the Kentuckian office, Room 210, Journalism building, on Tuesday or Thursday, Oct. 30 and Nov. 1, between 1 and 5 p m.