2 -- THE KENTUCKY KERNEL, Wednesday, April 20, 1900
Set For April 30
Auditions to choose applicants for the Second Annual Youth
Music Institute for high school students will begin April 30 at
'The 'UK Music
institute will be
held- from June 13 through July 1.
High school students who have completed their sophomore
year are eligible and will be accepted on the basis of musical
performance, scholastic standing, personal interview, and recommendations of the high school principal and music teacher.
All students who are sHrrtrd for strings, organ, woodwinds, brass,
the institute will be awarded hon- theory, and music appreciation by
or scholarships waiving tuition members of the Music Department
fees. Last summer, 43 high school faculty.
juniors and seniors, representing
Ed Rutledge Promoted
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housing, equipment, and home
Betty Sue Langsford, Interior design j Anahid Tashjian, institution
management; Donald C. Mitrhum,
air science; Charles M. Woodward,
ancient languages and literature;
Lee II. Hanson, anthropology;
Charles J. McCormick, art; Thomas Nye, botany; CeciHa M. Fitch,
Patricia Erickson, bateriology;
James R. Rutledge, chemistry;
Francis Clark, chemistry; William
Judy, English; Ronald K. Wright.
English; Paul Cooper, geography;
Richard M. BjTne. geology; Phil
Shelby, horticulture; William
journalism; Lael F. Kinch,
Ed Rutledge, head coach of
UK freshman football team for
the past two seasons, has been
promoted to the rarslty coaching-stafas offensive backfield coach.
He succeeds Don Shula, who has
accepted a coaching position with
the professional Detroit Lions.
A 1941 graduate
State College, Rutledge played end
for the Hilltoppers.
He coached high school football
at Danville and Bowling Green
In Kentucky and at Ironton. Ohio
They are Ermal Allen, continuing as head overall team defease
and also defensive backfield coach;
Bob Cummlngs, defensive line;
Howard Schellenberger, defensive
ends: John North, overall offense;
J. R. (Abe) Shannon, recruiter.
Troupers Is Project
Study By UK Could Lead
To Creating New Towns
preliminary study which could
eventually lead to legislation setting up machinery to create new
towns in economically undeveloped Eastern Kentucky will be made
by UK this summer.
Prof. Charles P. Graves, head of
the architectural curriculum at
UK, will serve as leader of the
project financed by a $1,350 grant
from the Kentucky Research
The project, which could have a
effect on bringing
new industry into the area, was
announced by Dr. Merl Baker, executive director of the KRF.
The new towns would provide a
r.ew source of employment, a totally new environment offering all
the attractions, advantages, and
stimuli necessary for economic opportunities now available in the
reu'ion. Graves said.
Graves will be assisted in the
preliminary study by Grady Clay,
visiting lecturer in the UK architectural curriculum; and David
F y'.e, architectural instructor and
city planner for the Dhision of
F'iUinins and Zoning. State Department of Economic Development.
One step in the preliminary
TWO ARE NAMED
AS UK TRUSTEES
Dr. H. B. Murray, West Liberty,
and Dr. Robert W. Bushart. Fulton, were recently appointed to
ieur-yeterms on the UK Board
Gov. Bert Combs named Murray
tc succeed Dr. William C. Wilson,
Henderson, and Bushart to succeed Wood Hannah Sr., Prospect.
by neighboring sorority. Examination of alcohol tonics and stitlv hair
creams (rubber gloves recommended for this class). Result: repelled
women. Frequent use of water on hair cited: this practice deemed
harmless because 'Vaseline' Hair Tonic mollifies its drying effect.
Female Appraisal of Contemporary Male. Conclusion: Student body
O.K. if student head kept
with 'Vaseline' Hair Tonic.
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TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) Prisoners
are confronted by these two signs
as they leave the Tucson Jail.
"Thank you. Keep smiling. Call
"Through our doors walk the
finest people in the world our
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bottle of 'Van line' Hair Tonic
Rogers and Hammersreins
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before Joining the UK fttaff U
1956 as freshman coach.
In announcing the promotion of
Rutledge, Coach Blanton Collier
also announced other coaching
spring practice, which begins thU
Added recreational opportunities
Wheeler, Ga. His Job was organand recitals by guest artists will mathematics.
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William E. Kirwan, mathematics;
izing entertainment shows for enbe featured during the session.
son explained. "We finally sold It listed men.
of the students at- John P. Sprague, philosophy; Son-J- a
Lancaster, physical education; for S10."
After the Army, Johnson retending last year have been awardRalph O. Myer, physics; William
While in high school. Johnson turned to UK, where he obtained
ed scholarships for the 1960 session
because of their superior achieve- II. Sims, physics; Lessley Decker, participated in several minstrel his master's degree. He was hired
political science; Katherine A. shows, serving primarily as an end to reorganite Troupers, inactive
Auditions will be held in the Fine Gard. psychology; Nellie Taylor, man, but also doing song and since the beginning of the war.
Arts Building during the mornings psychology; Gayle Harper, social dance routines.
The club has grown to its preswork.
In the Army. Johnson served as ent size of approximately 50 mem
of April 30, May 7. and May 14.
Bruce May hew Jr., sociology:
a special service officer at Camp bers.
Sara Jean Riley, topical major;
Claude Farley, topical major;
Wanda Arnold, zoology; Anne
Armstrong, commerce; Dale OsTOWN
borne, commerce; Robert Gray,1
marketing; James Casada, agricul- op the best-sou- s
ture engineering; Taul R. Francis,
study will test the feasibility of civil engineering; II.
developing new towns either in civil engineering;
wholly open country or in confi
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junction with one or more existing
Ayhan Aydogdu, chemical engismall communities, Graves said.
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neering; Norman Y. Cravens, elecl
The first of the new towns could trical engineering; William Alver-- ,
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be built in Eastern Kentucky, with son, electrical engineering; Charles
others following throughout the White, mechanical engineering;
Appalachian Mountain region. Jack B. Howard, metallurgical and
Graves' study proposal submitted mining engineering; Donald R.
to the KRF stated.
Neel, pharmacy; Carol B. Wishnia,
"New Towns" projects have been pharmacy.
carried out successfully in Great
Britain, Canada, and the Scanda-navia- n
countries, but such a project in Eastern Kentucky would te
the first in the United States,
For ALL Occasions
A "New Town." he explained,
'THE PRIDE & THE PASSION"
must include all the elements of a
complete urban settlement stores,
"MANY RIVERS TO CROSS"
facilutilities, schools, recreational
120 S. UPPER
ities, churches, residences, and ad(Both features in co'or,
"Too, a most important element
is the inclu-io- n
of industry." ho
snid. "Without industry, development i' either expansion of an exX"" I."C ooi
i r 1 CrMi: VTILMi'1 A I
isting area, or a satellite comsL jkiiJL.
munity dependent upon an existIrogrcss ot Women (toward men)
ing economic center."
Graves feels the project is
enough to attract volunteer
assistance and to bring to Kentucky a national reputation for
Magnetism of men who use ordinary liair tonics studied. Conclusion:
enterprise which will have beneficial side effects such as enbarely existent. Magnetism of men who um k'asilinc Hair Tonic studcouraging capital investment and
ied. Conclusion not yet established since test cases being held captive
Kentucky communities, participated in the institute.
Classes will be held from 8 a.m.
tc 4 p.m. Monday through Friday,
with four hours a day devoted to
class and laboratory sections and
two hours of individual practice
Both private and class instruction will be given in piano, voice,
To UK Varsity
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