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May Day Cdebralion
Will Be Held Mav 2
May
Tlte annual
day celebration has been tentatively
set for May 2. Sam Ewing. president of the pep organization, announced yesterday.
The pepsters have applied to University officials for permissior to
hold the festivities that day. but
approval has not yet been granted,
Ewing said.
With Ewing and Billie Jackson,
as
in
charge of general arrangements,
highlights of the festivities will be
parade of floats, and the crowning of the May queen on Stoll fielaV
A meeting of all SuKy members,
or the purpose of selecting the
theme of the celebration, will be
held at 5 pm. Wednesday in Room
206 of the Union building.
SuKy. which plans to enter a
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float of its own in the parade, will
partially subsidize the other floats
entered by sororities, fraternities,
and other campus organizations.
will
Ewing stated. Trophies
be
awarded to the best float entered.
Plans for election of the queen
and two attendents will be in charge
of the student legislature.
Ross Hunter, chairman. Dick
Clinkenbeard. and Weldon Coblin
will be in charge of the parade,
while Mary Kemp, chairman, and
Louise Wilson compose the float
committee.

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On Campus loday
Czech, Chinese

Experiment Farm
Selected For Site

Leaders Slated
For Convocations

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Plans for a new $103,140 Animal
Pathology "building to be erected "on
the University Experiment Station
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farm with the aid of the Works
Frogress administration were approved Friday at a meeting of the
'
executive committee of the Board of
Trustees. Also approved was the
application for aid from the WPA.
y
buildi.ig
The
mill be located southeast of the present Agriculture Engineering building, of a similar design. The plans
tn in "in ami,, i i r i
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were drawn up by Frankel and Curi
tis. Lexington architects.
DR. T. Z. KOO
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The WPA application, as approved
mned in relief ;ei
Cour.ev Lat'iyctt'
by the committee, requires that the u hiil one
sunt after liear-mi- l
BILLIE JACKSON
University lurnish about $61,000 to
lint Chines? Christian lender
meet federal funds.
Sukx's May Day festivities
speak. He will sftenk twite totlax
Facilities Inadequate
will In- under lit) diiettion.
Although the department of ani- on the tantfjits.
mal pathology is recognized all over
the country for the quality of its
work, present facilities have long
Dr Thomas P.
Deen inadequate,
Cooper, acting president of the University, said.
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The department, under the direc- e
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LeClUre, UlSCUSSlOn
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tion of Dr. W. W. Dimoclt. has con .
tiibuted extensively to the knowledge
Junior prom bids will be distriand cure of diseases in all species
buted at the Union information
of animals, but particularly in horses
Dr. Richard Weisner. director of
desk from 10 a. m. to 4 p.
and sheep. Research in moon blind- - and from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m..m.. today,
social hygiene and health educ- Wednesness in horses is now being carried
tion of the Cincinnati public health
.
federation, will conclude the YM- on. Working with their parathyroid day, Ed Rankin, chairman of the
prom committee announced yesterYW marriage forum series by dis
8r0UP of bacteria, the University
cussing the personal aspects of mar'
receive, identify,
and day.
scientists
Each junior will receive a date
nage at 7:15 p. m. Tnursday in. tne
classify specimens from all over the
ar.d a sta? bid. and seniors will
world.
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be given a date or a stag bid. Bids
wlf.n!161Work on the building will start
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makings of success In marriace
aof identification
credentials only.
plication by WPA authorities.
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Rankin said
meeting the resignation
During the
tors, economics facts, budgets and
of Dr. Lester Tarnopol, associate
ecuritv attitude of parents, mutual
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professor of metallurgy, was ac- responsibilities and leisure adjust- ments are to be considered.
cepted He
succeeded by
University facul- About twenty-fiv- e
Pranri; T MpClllire of Notre Dame
Treatment Is to be verv elastic
an- - and
ty members will attend the 14th
al f0iow student interest in
university.
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ni:al mnventinn nf the southern dis- n M i. A to nc jtnii,. nrTtiw
; of the American
Other resignations accepted were
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Ed- - and significantly worthwhile as pos- trict
Heading the police detail is Lieut, those of Miss Jane Dudley Murray.
Wednesday sible, according to the committee. A
... mhm nf the Jnrn, r- - "B
association
ucation
uuu DigiidiO.
By ROBERT MILES
through Saturday in Louisville. discussion ol 30 minutes will follow committee are Lida Stoll, chairman, The examination is similar to the Allman. commander, and Sergeants cleik in the markets and rural
C. Carr and John Phythian.
nance department; Noel Watson.
Showing a marked improvement
M. E. Potter, head of the pays- - the lecture.
Can- - regular state driver's license exami-tril- l.
Prof.
and Betty Roberts. Margaret
Organiations represented in yes- - "eld agfnt in cream grading: D. E. over its first concert, last fall, the
Doctor Weisner. who received his
department, an- Rosemary Brown, and Clayton nation but is made more detailed
ical education
- Waters, instructor in general chern- - University Simfonietta presented a
A B. and M. D. degrees from the Robinson.
nounced vesterdav.
for the University safety contest. terday s tests were Chi Omega, Sig- istry:
and Miss Mildred Wallerstein.
Participants who pass the Univer- - ma Alpha Epsilon. Delta Delta Del- - secretary of the women's residence musical program before an aFPreattending the meeting wia be University of Pennsylvania, has a
Also
ciativc audience Sunday afternoon
phvsical" education students, background of social and persona,
may secure state ta. Alpha Lambda Delta. Kentuc- sity examinations
several
e
ywCA- Home Economics MUs.
in Memorial hall. Dr. Alexander
giene and marriage education.
- in 'rtpmntraiP nndriver's licenses by presenting their kian stafris married and has three childron
Muss Murray has accepted a posi- - Capuiso was the director and Mary
contest certificate to the local cir- - club- Pershing Rifles. Glee club.
certain phases of college plivsical
Joe Massie will preside at the
Mortar Board. Kappa Delia. Pi'kin tion in Washington. Miss Waller- - Kapp Allton was violin soloist.
cuit court clerk
education.
forum. He and Janet Fergus, chair- The Simfonietta is a small endab. YMCA. American Student stein, one in Louisville, and Waters
Carr Will Speak
per- - man of the YM-YDr. Potter, who was elected
campus ser- assem-geaclosing the contest program Ser- - Union- WAA. Alma Magna Mater, was called by the War department, semble of select musicians,
of the vice committee, have been in charge
inanent secretary-treasurOfl
state high- - K clubi Triangle. Catholic club, Un- - Miss Sarah McCormick, a graduate bed to play music of finest quality,
AC Carr of the
o:ganizalion in 1939, said that ap- - of the four programs, which have in- - The organization
is
way police will discuss "Safety on lon dance committee. Alpha Tau of 1936. was chosen by the commitproximately 600 delegatts were cx- - eluded discussions of courtship, and
and plays with a great deal of ac- Kentucky Highways' at the week- - Omeea- Sigma Nu. and Lamp and tee to replace Miss Wallerstein.
to attend the meeting. The the medical aspect of marriage for
pected
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A five m0nths leave of absence ci" "..
4 to 5 p.m. -- rias.
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University delegation will make its men and women.
Firing 196 points for the Univer ly Union forum from
'"-""was grantea to James snropsnire.
Thursday in the Union Music room.
headquarters at the Brown hotel.
sity ROTC rifle team. Chester C.
ki
director of the Board of Student
In
Awardinn of trophies to the win- - I
Brown carried off individual scoring
Prof. W. A. Heinz of the hygiene
he concerto m E Minor. (or
Publications and the Union Board.
Major E. V. Giaves
honors as the UK riflemen placed
department and
Dr. Clairborne G. Latimer, mathe- - A year's sabbatical leave was given to Violin and Orchestra" by Mendels- ganization's division, will be made
second in the William Randolph
of the State Board of Education,
immediatelv fonOWing the discus- - patics professor, will speak to the Paul K. Whitaker assistant professor sohn. was the most important com- Richmond. Va., will serve as conHearst Trophy matches, it was an
position on me variea ana inter- iventucKy cnapter of Pi Mu. Epsilon. of German.
sion.
Twenty-fiv- e
yesterday.
ex- nounced
sultants of health education durPi,.nK for n -- verted wpa stre estin? Program. Mrs. Allton
Attendance at ths discussion is national mathematics honorary fra- ing the convention. Potter said.
teams of the Fifth Corps area com- required of all participants in the ternity on "Sum of Four Squares" at
'he mysterio
bricism and
recreation project which calls for Presf
peted.
beauty of the first and sec
Prol. Potter rill preside 3: the
contest who are competing for the 4 p.m. Thursday in McVey hall, it furnishing music and musicians for
Only seven points below the win- trophies.
By
annual luncheon Thursday at the
co- was announced yesterday.
Sonia Hagenbuch.
army camps met with the approval ond movements bv means of a rich.
ner, the University rifle team fired
full tone quality and a clear treatBrown hotel. Dean Sarah Blandir.g
of the committee. This expansion is
Charles Dutch) Ishmael. lullback a total of 936 points while Ohio
ment of the rapid passages. The solo
is also scheduled to addi"ss the
addition to the project recently
in
on the University of Kentucky's 1940 university amassed 943. In third
group that day.
instrument and the orchestra were
build-i.-- g
ipproved by the committee for
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place, three points below the local i
well integrated because of a smooth
Prof. C. W. Hackensn.ua ai .0 Pet- football team, has signed a conrecreation centers near Fort entrance of parts and sensible shad
er Kurachek of the phy.'.ica! edu- tract to play for the Detroit Lions ' marksmen, was Indiana university,
Thomas and Fort Knox to take care
in the National Professional Foot- - champions of the Fifth Corps area,
ing in the ensemble.
cation department will conduct
ol soldiers' "off time."
ball league, it was revealed Satur- The vigorous and spritely third
The members of the University
on Thursday. Professor
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As state sponsor for WPA recreea-tioIshmael. a senior, performed team who competed in the competi-a- s
movement required intricate bowing
has chosen as his subject, day. reguar
projects, the University must and accurate intonation by the so- a
for the
the "Need and Value of the Intra- past two seasons. Wildcats during tion were M. E. Mitchell A. L. Davis,
salesmanship, will be ODen to grad- approve the plans before they go to ,oisl Descending harmonies in the
h. R. Graviss. J. H. Feamster and
Public
Program
in the
mural
uate students. Persons prominent in WPA authorities in Louisville and strmi,s and mterestmg C0Unter
Ishmael was oae of Kirwan's best Brown,
School," while Kurachek will adD. C. for final approval.
the various fields of business will
backs last year and attracted con- m ne woodwlnds and ceIlos
Besides the three leaders, the 10
Pnio-tice- s
dress the group on "Present
lecture to the class at several of its
siderable attention by the drive and highest scoring units include
Present at the meeting besides enhanced the beauty of the move-D- r.
and Methods of Supervising
he displayed in the Georgia diana university's second team, 927; Breaking into the ruatine work of meetings.
Cooper, were Judge Richard C. ment.
Practice Teaching in Physical Fiu- Field Trip Planned
R. P. Hobson.
Tech game at Louisville. The En- - University of Cincinnati, 914; Unl- - the 1911 summer session, extra-cu- r
Stoll. Lexington:
Correct observation of rhythm and
ration.'
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A three-wee- k
western field trip Louisville. Lee Kirkpatrick. Paris: ' proper phrasing contributed to the
Kill
f a 1.
nitwrt U'pro uraVt1o In Halt tho
mi .
ricular events such as convocations.
,.,
Prof. Maurice Seay of the edixi- ,n.
being arranged for geologists who H. S. Cleveland. Franklinton; and attractive orcheslal effects in the
PW .h MPriH
receptions
and
tours.
concerts.
tion college, president of the Ken- thing before him.
university. 910: University of Cin- - dances will play a prominent part attend the first session of summei Business Agent. D. H. Peak.
impressionistic composition. "Child- tucky Edi Ration association, will
school. The area to be studied cov
The Lions drafted Ishmael at the cinnati's second team-- , 906; and, Cul
ren's Comer Suite." by Debussy.
m lne summer school schedule
Friday session on "New
speak at the
ol the season and offered terms ver Military academy's second team.' t.a carl Hv Or .Tts:af
The clear prominence of each sec- Artumc Hi- - ers the Rock Mountains of Colorado
TeachEmphasis in Education and
that were acceptable to him.
902.
tion of the orchestra ia the contra- ;
rector. Commencement on Friday. and New Mexico.
er Training Arising from the
He probably will report to the
The party will leave in the de
puntal composition "Overture to
August 22. will terminate the round
for National Delense."
Lions late this summer to begin
partment truck on June 1 for Col
Orione" by J. C. Bach, was effected
of events.
f v olv'"
Ab Kirwan. head football coach training. Ishmael was one of
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the
orado Springs and will return Juih
.
Giving special consideration to ic by means of proper observation of
at the University, will address th four Kentucky players drafted by
A22C McFarlan. head of ligious pacificism. Dr. John Kuiper. djnamics.
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dancing, tennis, tap dancing, bowl- group the final day on "Motie.T professional clubs. Others were Dave
department.
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of La Traviaf
'Prelude to
u, hiuuc... the ecoIoev department, and
,., Prof head ofonthe philosophythe Conscien ta'." by Verdi Act IIIplayed with an"""b.
Trerds in College Football."
The Union's first draft session "'8.
m sDoke
Zotller. halfback; Jim Hardin, end;
"War and
was
6"-6.- "
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dance, and recreational games will
will be held from 4 to 6 p.ni today
a meeting of ihe inense aIul expressive lyric beauty
Objector" at
and Joe Bailey, center.
nnen tn summer sturients both fessor. will be in charge. This work. tious
in the Union Bluegrass room. High- terms,
YM
ered primarily tor advanced Philosophy cluo insi ingiii m nin.ee
the physical education de- lights of the program will be the en- partment
students and graduates, is open for hall.
announced.
Be
Doctor Kuiper discussed the status
a few others with only one elementlistment and distribution of number
s
The 1U41 summer session, consistuid treatment of objectors in
ary course as a prerequisite.
tags at a tent erected at the enBe
diYMCA oil leers and board of
ing of two terms. June 18 to July
countries and wars, the reasons
to the encampment;
the 19 and July 21 to August 23. will in- Botany Field Trip
Three students will compete in trance
rectors will be chosen by ballots to
objection, and arguments
YW officers for the coming year
Because of the great demand for riven for
be mailed to all members March 31 Patterson Literary society's annual drafting of a colonel and his lady clude several new courses in its
for and against objecting. Discus- will be
to:froln the conscriptees registering at schedule. Among these courses will actual field work in botany, plans sion fiom the floor followed the ad- 5 p.m. voted upon from 10 a.m to
to be returned by April 3. Bart
and
oratorical contest
and 6:30 to 9 p.m. today at
have been formulated to inaugurate
outpost, a
Peak. YM executive secretary, anbe held Wednesday, in Room 205 of the Camp Bluegrass
be a new class in American diploa booth set up across from the In- such courses at Cumberland Falls dress.
ley of war songs with a piano solo
nounced yesterday.
matic problems taught by Dr. Amry during the second term of the 1941
the Union building.
formation desk in the Union build- Ann BurUm. an(J mimary tap.
Candidates are John Long.
Vandenbosch. head of the History summer session. Dr. Frank T. Mc- Entrants are Martin Snyder, Lex-- ; dane.es
ins.
and Geoige Terrill, Danville,
uepuimirui,. uui uig uie ursi
Candidates for president are Betty
FaI iand nead of the department
president; Joe Massie, Lexington, ington, and Lawrence Sherman and! Gerald CundifTs orchestra, di-- of the session.
South. Frankfort, and Mary Olive
will be ja churge oi
element her F. Seale, both of Pineville. reeled by David Mahanes. will
S,:iaens Lebanon,
and Robert
18 History Courses
Lexington:
ary and advanced courses.
Lieut. Col. William S. Barrett, who Davis
may be made on any vide the music.
George Shelley. Lexn
Eighteen different courses will bei
has been a professor or advancea jeannctte Graes Lexington, and
Patterson. Boyd, and Jewell
Sterlington, and Jeff Prewiit. Mt.
subject and are limited to 15 min-- !
uin- - jeanne Lancaster.
military science tactics at the
Lebanon: secre
to students in the history de- - deuce halls and Shelby and
ing, secretary; Bill enkk. Lebanon, utes. contest officials said. Winner!
versity for the past four years, re- tary. Mary Garner. Winchester, and
A new course, "History' "f Dowell cooperative houses for
ai.d Robert Davit.. UpuT MonKiaii. of the contest will be awarded a
report Dorothy
D. Vaughn.
Louisville:
will be offered the second men will be open duiing both terms ceived orders yesterday to
N. J.. treas'irer.
for duty with the infantry treasurer. Marion Bradford. Lexingprize valued at $25
term by Prof. E. L. Hall assistant of the summer school. Dean Sarah May
Nominees for the lour student
leplacement center at Camp
ton, and Eloise Palinore. Frankfort.
B. Holmes, summer session dean of
The University ROTC rille team history professor.
members ol the board of directors
Texas.
Th' new president will choose her
Prot. R. u. Mclntyre. professor oi women, announced yesterday. Meals,
I Manned
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will meet the University of TernesRowland. Maceo: Ter- rrtMK'h reslival
MX- RUh.-lLieutenant Colonel Barrett will cabinet of chairmen of YW commitmarketing and salesmanship, an- - will be served at the University
festival see marksmen in a shoulder-to- Plans ior the
rill. Long. Penick. Spraens. Dtivis.
train drafted men sent there for tees before April 8. Gladys Kilpu-tricand Massie. Candidates for the live to be held April 5 for the French shoulder match Saturday morning nounced yesterday that a new cafeteria in the Student Union. A infantry training before they are
,
retiring president, said.
faculty members and business nu n clubs of Kentucky, will be discussed in Buell armor-- according to tn an- course in advanced salesmanship breakfast will be served in the wo- - assigned to combat organizations
Other retiring officers are Miss
Major Lysle Croft and Capt.
are Prof. J. S Horine by Le Circle Fiancais, at 7:30 p.m., nounceinent made yesterday. The will be included in the first term mens residence halls.
on the board
Doris Zenger.
Bindley. Kinkead. and Breekin- - Dcioy Miles will assume the duties South,
Dr R. C. Lunde. Prof Dewev G. Thursday at the home of Prof. Blaine Tennessee team will arrive in Lex- - summer school schedule. Tills course
and
Billie Raymond.
designed especially for ridge, residence halls for men. will 0f Lieutenant Colonel Barrett. c- - secretary:
Steele Rev John K Johnson. Mr Schick. Harold Dunn, president, an- - ington Friday night accompanied although
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Without time out for the custom- Piling up an early lead In the
ary crowning of the queen and first day of the Union-Kernspon-- 1
Lances tapping ceremonies. Red sored Safety Driving contest, the
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Nichols and his
orchestra YWCA took first position in the
will furnish the rhythm for the group participation division, scores
Junior prom Saturday night in the compiled yesterday afternoon show.
Union Bluegrass ballroom.
individual high scores were made
Since the program committee has by Ansel L. Davis. Hazard. U the
decreed that there will be no Junior men's division, and by Jane McDan-proqueen and no tapping by the icl in the women's.
Junior men's honorary, this will be
"We had an unusually good turn-- ,
the first time in many years that ous all day and it looks like we'll
the two features have not been a have a much bigger contest than
part of the prom.
we had hoped." Bill Karraker, co- Called the "surprise sensation of chairman of the contest commit- 1940" by George Simon, reviewer for tee 88,(1 8S tne n,st da-- s results
Metronome magazine. Nichols' nr- - were recorded.
chestrations are accompanied by More than 50 students registered ,
Lorraine Barre's vocals and the for the driving quizzes yesterday.
Last year's contest saw a total enleader's trumpet solos.
BILL KARRAKER
The "Five Pennies" grouo. which rollment of 79.
He lias general sit jieivision of
PR Is Second
made the band famous ten years
Close behind the YWCA in the the Kernel-Studen- t
Union Soft
ago, is still with the organization.
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Many of the recordings
lyurtviH'' rumfmii'ii wliuh is
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that f
m.
Nichols made with the popular riif,r or,H -- hi
m nine beiiif held on the t ain bus.
rmof
quintet are still popular here and
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entered members
abroad.
chairman of the contest committee
Nichols began his musical career in uic luuim.
The contest will continue through sa,d vesterday.
at the age of three, when he learned
morning of this week.
Thursday
to play a tiny silver trumpet. Two !oiw
Boy Patrols
m
ro aiven frnm Q tn I5
5,
years later he played "America" as
Sergeant Carr, who has been with
and 1 to 5:30 p.m. each day. Thurs
8 trumpet solo before the student
ony tne mornjng session will the state department for two years,
body ot Weber college, Ogden. Utah, da.
initiated the "school boy patrols"
heid
boon atterwards he won a musical
Reeistratior arid written eyami- - and other safety programs in Ken- scholarship to Culver Military acad-- : nn,inni arp evm tn tmnm 204 of th- - tucky schools.
emy in Indiana.
Unjon buiiding under tne supervi- He was instrumental in beginning
,T
leaving Culver military :
After
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f ,ho
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th.
academy the trumpet enthusiast state
A brief physical exam- - University which has since been
"Synco-jmatitoured the country with the
and a road sign quiz in copied at several other state schools.
pating Five" and later formed his;Room 206 completes the indoor part Kentucky is one of the few states
ppnnies" fnr hie first -me contest.
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in ine soum wnicn sponsors tne
u lipu in
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safety driving contest.
Cars Furnished
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seven ronce tiere
uu ooor examination are given tions of "Earl Carroll's Vanities' in Cars lurmsned by the Union ana
Seven members of the slate high- .
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u.unesirano.is vl Kernei and are supervised by the way
were at tBe Uriion build.
S Broadway ' pro" state police Instructors.
eoBe
Participants lng during veslerday s contest two
auctions. Strike Up the Band' and drive cars from the Union building ol uhnni rnmp frnm Rirhmnnri tn
"Girl Crazy." His orchestra has been sleps around the
test route an - emergency" call from the Lex- n.r,;nr, in
been broadcastintr reeularlv since
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an ar1Hrji nriT.lpi
"Force or Reason." at the general
convocation at 10 o'clock this morn-in- s.
Dr. T. Z. Koo. Chinese leader
of the World Student Christian federation, will sprak on "Facts abou
China" at 3 om. this afternoon.
Both lfTturs will be in Memorial
hall.
The international Relations club
will have a dinner meeting at 6::3n
totii'.-h-t
in the Union building at
which Doctor Kohn will be the guesi.
speaker.
Seend Speeeh Slated
Dr. Koo will speak again at 1
o'clock tonight in the Music room
of the Union building. Bill KarraU1
ker. president of the YMCA.
preside.
Dr. Kohn has studied the rise oi
nationalism in Western Europe its
expansion, and the problems it has
created in the Central European
count! ies This year he received a
Cuygenheim fellowship which ha
permitted him to devote more time
to completing the first volume of a
history of nationalism.
As the result of contacts made
during a lecture tour in the United
States in 1931. Dr. Kohn received
a Professorship of modern European
history at Smith College. He is now
a citizen of the United States.
Was a War Prisoner
Dr. Kohn was an officer in the
Austrian Imperial army during the
World War, but was taken prisoner
by the Russians in 1915. While he
was in Siberia and Russia from
1915 until 1920. he began studying
political movements
contemporary
ar.d gained diiect insight into the
Russian revolution.
Doctor Koo. a native oi Shanghai.
China, is now lecturing to students
all over the world as a representative of the Student Christian federation. He will discuss the
situation with emphasis on
the aftermath of the present war.
Dean F. P. Bovd will preside at tiie
afternoon convocation.
A fluent speaker of English, he
discusses the war in the Orient as
a statesman of the New Day.
with complete understanding of the
causes and without rancor.
Doctor Koo is a graduate of S".
John's university. Shanghai. For
nine years an administrator of the
Chinese Railway service, he joined
tne stan 01 me national committee
of YMCA in China, with responsi- bility for colleges and universities
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By BOB AMMONS
Last Friday s spring style edition
time since October, according to our marking
reminded us of a sign we recently
system) but the wait this stall was loiix-ssaw in a women's shop downtown,
minutes, which so far as we can learn is some Jt S1'd:
EVENING GOWNS
thing of a record. No doubt there are those
20 OFF
who haxe more mini hours, but we're pretThat's just how thev looked to us.
ty certain xe now hold the record for the long too
est on I mmus xvait.
In case you've ncxrr had excricnce xviih the u.iversnren Ireeverv hundred
knk
McVcx hall elevator, we feel you should know says a
apartmentthe physical edu- a nonhern
alxiui it. It's one of the few elevators in Ken cation
school. We wn.vt heiieve it Until
lucky that can really lc said to haxe personality. xve
examine the evidence.
A highly intelligent device, it can (ell time
We're mighty disappointed with our
and distinguish between persons. It knows almost recent attempt to start some-thimost io ihe second how much time xou haxe
big. You see. we came across
and it never Ixiiher xou unless you haxe- lewer some fis"'' on how certain
lhan three niinuies lo get io the place xou're tions and steel companies cashed in
on the World War which cost the
going. And it never bothers anyone unless
lives of so many American soldiers.
a member of the radio or Ki km t stalls.
We thought
they surely would
Some iieople even go so far io sax it has i be- inspire someone to start a Committee to Defend America against Warsot ol an artist and they may he right at that. time Profiteers, or something of the
No one. certainly, who has had dealings wiih it sort. So we stopped one of our
..n deny .. is ,cm,eramcntal. I. ha.es to be die- iiiruua. lmu vuu Know, we asKea
hlm indignantly, "that one munitions
taied to and if you try to hurry it along ii xvill factory increased its net earnings
sto $18,300.-- .
slop then and there and sulk. It has the soirii from - 800 000 i
000 in 1915?"
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oi an unoroken yeaning and the arrogance ol
Our friend nodded understanding- an eaglet. It is an individualist in the extreme.
ly. "This munitions business sounds
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make this ihe most informative one dav in the i
history of the I'niversiix. Certainly the raw
manual lor it is there: Hans kohn in tin moi
and China's T.7.. Koo in the afternoon.
In fact, ve doubt it tlxie is amone on the
aniins vho ran recall another time when iu-men with as much to sax appcarr-- on ihe cam
jiiis ihe same dax.
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Hans Kohn. lecturer at Snn'ih. M.irxard. and
oiher leading Anuritan nnixeisities. onc