2 -- THE KENTUCKY KERNEL, Friday,

Dickey

Law Grads

(Continued from fare 1)
rrway meeting, resojved "that
mosc members of the Board of
Trustees and the ntmwntAUTM
of the University faculty who
otivcu bo amy as a screening committee In the selection of our new
president be thanked for the great
amount of time they gave to the
task of considering the qualifications of 56 different individuals
from throughout the United

States:

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June 29, 1356

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Wesley Foundation

To Hold Seminar

Newman Chapel

J-School

To Study
For Exam

Given

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The Newman Chapel, Cohere

Set

Sixteen Law School graduates
have returned this week to the
library at Lafferty Hall to prepare
for the examination for admittance to the Kentucky Bar Association, which is to be given beginning Thursday, June 28th, through
Saturday, June 30th, at the House
of Representatives, Frankfort, Ky.
Those taking the examination
will be:
James E. Bondurant, Brandenh;
burg; Julian M. Carroll, West
W. Elijah Coffey, Bryan;
Thomas A. Collins, Lebanon; Denver Gay, Bowlingtown; Earl M.
n.
Henry, Frankfort; Howard
Horse Cave; Dave S. Levy,
Elizabeth, New Jersey; William O.
Mullins, Lexington; Robert A. Palmer, Carlisle; Eugene C. Roemele
III, Frankfort; William P. Run
nels, Prestonsburg;
Robert M.
Short, Bowling Green; Thomas J.
Soyars, Hopkinsville;"J. Mont Joy
Trimble, Lexington; and Charles
G. Wylie. Nlcholasville.
Students from the Louisville
Law School will also be taking the
examination.

View and Lexinfton Are., will
hold nine o'clock Mass each Son-da- y
during summer school.
Holy Communion will be dis-

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A rare set of Collins' "History of
Kentucky" from the library of the
late Major A. J. Morey, widely
known Cynthlana newspaperman
In the post Civil War years. Is
among the books which have been
presented to the School of Journalism Reference Library by Mrs.
James H. George, of Alderson, W.
Va. Mrs. George Is the daughter
of Major Morey.
Other books presented to the
Reference Library for the use of
School of Journalism students
were "The Rise and Fall of the
Confederate Government," Davis,
2 volumes; and "Madison's Papers,"
Mygatt, 3 volumes. Mrs. George
also gave to the school a copy of
Mitchell's Map of Kentucky, 1830.
These valuable additions to the
reference books in the School of
Journalism were accepted by the
Board of Trustees at Its meeting
on Friday, June 22.
Major Morey, from whose library
these books came, founded the
Cynthiana "News" in 1852. In a
short time he had built the "News"
to a place of Importance in Kentucky Journalism. Withthe coming of the Civil War, the paper
Dr. Thomas C. Walker, modern was suspended, and Major Morey
foreign languages, has been granted was captured along with other
- Cynthiana citizens and taken to
a sabbatical leave to do post-do- c
trate work in France; he is to
leave after the summer session is
There are no forests in
completed.

tributed Monday through Friday, every 15 minutes from
a.m.

10

Swimming parties are scheduled for Sunday afternoons.
Groups will leave the chapel at
one o'clock.

PINKSTON'S

MRS. J. II. GEORGE

WATCH SHOP

Pa-duca-

Wesley Foundation's "Seminar
On Denominations" will focus on
the Baptist Churches this week.
The meeting la Monday, July
2nd, at Wesley House, 151 E.
Maxwell Street, from 7:00 to
8:00 p.m. Rev. Keith Mee of
Im-man-

uel

Baptist Church in the
city will represent the Baptist
Churches.
The seminar, to which the public Is invited, Is designed as a
series for the summer session.
Ministerial representatives of the
Christian Churches spoke last
week and representatives of the
Methodist, Presbyterian, Episcopal, and Roman Catholic
Churches will follow respectively
on the Monday evenings. This
week's session will end in time
for the Blazer Lecture which follows at the next hour.

Hud-dlesto-

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Fine Watches
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Camp Chase, Ohio. Escaping from
his captors, he made his way South
and for several months edited the
Avalanche at Memphis, Tenn.
Afterward he served with a North
Carolina regiment until the end
of the war. He then returned to
Cynthiana and resumed publication of the "News" until its sale
and consolidation with the Cynthiana "Democrat" in 1886.

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Paul is a second semester senior, majoring in journalism.
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