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ON PAGE TWO
Student Newspapers
Gel Their Names
How

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HORSE SHOW
Competition
To Be Divided

Come Armed For Action;
Don't Lug In Overdue Papers
Vt Last Moment, Profs Plead

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Tlie University's second annual
horse show, sponsored by Block and
Bridle, honorary animal husbandry
fraternity, will be held at 1:30 p. m.,
Saturday. May 16. at the Lexington
Trotting track off South Broadway
behind Tatterstalls. There will be
no admission charge.
Twelve classes of competition have
been planned for the show, and
several entries havs been received
for each class.
The committee planning the show
Is composed of Robert McConnell.
J. B. Thornton. E. H. Murphy. James
Strauss, and Robert Johnson, students; Dr. W. P. Garrigus. Block
and Bridie faculty advisor; and Miss
riding instructor.
Billy Jackson,
Arthur Roberts, manager of Wine a- neck farm and nationally known
Judge, will judge the saddle horses.
ponies, and walking horses.
Judges for equitation and saddle
horses will be Miss Port of the Margaret Hall School for Girls. Versailles, and Mrs. Mary King Kouns,
instructor in physical education. P.
O'Neal, horseman and manager of
the Ernst Farm on the Old Frank- pike, will judge the hunters
and jumpers.
EQriTATION CLASHES
Equitation classes will be Judged

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h.nri
and feet, and management of horse.
Entries in the boy's division of the
light horse husbandry equitation
class are Robert Kibler, Sam Mc- Elroy. Elbert Powell, and Kenneth

There are two types of students
who annoy tne professors tne most
the hollow men and the stuffed
men.
The former, according to the
profs, sit with blank sheets before
them and stare about the room, neThe
much watching.
cessitating
stuffed men, on the other hand,
cram all the previous night, and
then come to the exam physically
and mentally Incapacitated and unable to think clearly.
men mere are uiuec n jui
I simply
dont come to the exam,
That means giving them a special
Quiz, making out an extra set of
questions, rushing through grades
the last minute, and. worst of
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Mil. JldM;illll
lame IAL
they present for their absence.
BEFORE EXAMS
The week preceding examinations
brings it quota of annoyances to
the P"is in the form of late not-fo- rt
books and papers, last minute
makeup quizzes, and sudden In- lense Interest In the course and the
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The grand championship equit- ation class will be open to those
placing first and second In the above
darses and to anyone else riding
in the show.
WALKING HORSE CLASS
Entries In the walking horse class.
to be judged at the walk, the running
walk, and canter, are John Kibler
on Bill. Henry Graddy, Robert Mc- Connell. William Brooks on Thrifty
Susie, and Clarence L. Kerr.
Three-gaite- d
horses will be judged
at walk. trot, and canter. Slowgait,
and rack will be the
horses. Billy Jackson on Genius of
Lcngvue, J. and B. Stables on Rad- iant King Edward Robinson, and
William H Kerr are the entries in
this class

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Wiison. Marcia Johnson.
Betty Proctor, Betty Simpson, Mary
Elizabeth Searcy, Marion Bradford,
and Dorothy Stiles.
Entries in the Margaret Hall equit- ation class open to University girls
taking riding courses will be Dorothy
Robinson. Adelin Stem. Betty Jean
Simpson, and Emily Jane Young!

creatures who come without

quiz
pads, or pencils, or pens, or ink. or
erasers, will they never learn, mourn
the profs.
Though to mast students, it seems
but a mild form of "old maidish-nessthe request of professors that
students put heir name in a certain place on the paper is for a
reason. But despite the fact, names
appear anywhere from the front to
the back to not at all on the papers.
THEY BRING NOTES
Sudents who bring notebooks
drooping over with suspicious looking papers, and about six books, and
pile them all on the desk bring a
watchful eye on them and are
bothersome to say the least.
But after the exams conies the
greatest woe for the poor abused
professors. Then it is that they
must attempt Jo decipher he hieroglyphics scratched by the hands
of all the future presidents. They
must separate the facts from the
bull, but before that they must find
the facts buried in poor grammar,
are the nnual arguments misspelled words, ink blots, erasures,
many cute the sudKent even they
abu'now
tell us, occasionally, tear
had, how many were excused, ,how
stains.
manv were tardvs. not absences, and
Usually within three or four hours
Qn
the ejam itfielf
in after the final some timid soul taps
up tete on the door and begs ''Have you
variably
me student
so that questions have to be ex- - graded my paper yet" and then wonders why profs get grey hair after
plained all over again for his
fit, then he wanU extra time at the the first hundred years.
From one kind hearted prof we
end of the period to finish up.
Leading questions are unbearable were able to get a favorable state' I think
to most professors, and thy don't ment however. He said
fool them either, so it's no use to students are fun during examination
try to get away with tricking them times. They even laugh at my
into giving out information. It can't Jokes."
The unkindest cut of all though
be done, they say.
was the remark of a disillusioned
And oh those absent-minde- d
Intellectual who said what he disliked about students at exam time
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takes."

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The newly elected Student Union
Board members will be installed at
a picnic this afternoon at the Kennedy home on Richmond road.
Guests will Include Bart N. Peak,
Prof. R. D. Mclntyre. Mrs. Sarah
B. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ward,
Dean T. T. Jones. Bill Penick, Mar- garet Blackerby, Mary LaBach. Lou- mury,
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Weisenberger,
Jeannette Graves,
Bettye Howard. Tom Walker, Ivan
Plts. Bob Hillenmeyer. Terry No- land George Dudley, Bob Davis, and
Bill Ames

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witn gome unseen character. He's
bad as the sudent who when
just
finished leaves the room, banging
stomping
the door, whistling.
through the hall, hailing another
sufferer with "HL how'd you get
along, tough wasn't It?" Very interesting, but silence is golden.

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The 1942 Kentuckian will go on
sale at 8 a. m Tuesday at the Student Union de.sk. it was announcer!
yesterday by George Nollau. busings
manager. Sales will continue from
8 to 4 on Tuesday. Wednesday, anrl
Thursday.
Seniors must present graduation
receipts in order to receive thrir
copies. Persons who made deposits

PHI BETA KAPPA

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Seniors Must Drinj:
Grad. Receipts; No
Deposits Refunded

awme oe wall on tHtt nrftfo
come in for criticism. Trick quesFOR MONDAY
of you, now out of sight, now setpp-in- g tions are Intolerable, also the ones
on a creaky board, now picking based on that microscopic footnote
Association To Give!, am iiKtiitr man dc aiicnura w at
up scraps. It Isn't that students are in the text.
afraid he'll see something they're
Carrying out the theme of the
But believe it or not. there are
Annual Banquet
hiding (or catch them cheating, it's
University, the annual is supposedly
some students who are perfectly
just that his pacing up and down
Annual election of officers for the the diary of a little old "gradmothf r"
satisfied with things the way they
makes them nervous.
are, witness the comment from the Women's Athletic Association will who was born in 1876. the year in
Scarcely less annoying
is the slide rule boys. "We don't have any be neld from 8:30 a. m. until 5:30 which the University was founde'i.
type who Is constant- trouble In the Engineering college, ' P- m- Monday. May 18. in the Wo- - Throughout the book are whimsical
ly reminding you of the fleeting
mens gymnasium. All members are sketches of the lady with comments
we're all one big happy family."
minutes. He either announces the
aoout me at lk. then and now.
eugioie to vote.
Add to bright remarks. "Examin
Nominated by the senior council According to Miriam Krayer. editor
time every five minutes, or scratches
ations annoy me. not the profs. Tm members as candidates for the offices of the yearbook, the "grandmother"
it on the board. It's undoubtedly an usually so scared I don't pay any
was used "to add human interest
are:
advantage to have some idea of the
attention to them."
President. Wiima Salmon, and to the book, to put a touch of hum-time, but it needn't come In second
into the art work, to make the cpv
Jean Williams, both of Lexington;
And
does
TO GIVE BANQUET sit down flashes. desk, ifhehecleans
Secretary. Agnes
interesting and
at his
SIGMA GIVES and Edith Heaton. Smith. Lexington. morehistory up with readable and to
TAU
reality."
tie
Cincinnati.
house!
Treasurer. Helen Harrison, and
Why don't the profs, just once,
The cover, continuing the th- rr.e.
TUESDAY NIGHT
Betty Dew. both of Lexington.
word the questions so that they DANCE
is bright blue with white de- iaa-- .
Announcement of the winners of Ui the lower right corner is a di
'won't have
the first ten
expIainTng
elections will be made at the mond. svmbol of the 75th anmvrr-annuwhat they. The fourth annual recital of Tau
minutes
Banquet which
the
Sophomore Students,' meaf" never ails' questi?."e Sigma. modern dance club, opened be held Award Football rocm of will Lary. with rays spreading across rays
in the
the entire patie. On the ends of the
and evervon
at the Giiignol .theatre at 8:30 Union building that night. After are letters spelling out Kentuckian.
voice-"n- ow
be-- 1
work-t- hen
Will Be Honored
comes a
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fore you begin I'd like to make one o'clock last night for a two night's the officers have been installed in opposite comers are the da'es
Honoring this year's initiates and or two explanations on Section A of mn,
ig67 and 1942.
The recital, under the auspices they will tap their new council.
outstanding students of the fresh- Part 3, Question 4." So begins a disRita Sue Laslie will present nu- yearbook honor3 Jonn A,i?,lr..
of the physical education departman and sophomore classes. Phi sertation that takes at least ten
merals. K's. and archery awards to
wu;iams, tat pre:,ident of the
Beta Kappa, learned society, will minutes. If the questions were word- ment, is under the direction of Mrs.
nave caiueu uieiii. Agriculture and Mechanical CoKete
urciuucis wiiu
hold its 17th annual banquet Tues- ed properly in the first place, this Mary King Kouns.
Special guests at the banquet in- - of Kentucky,
and is dedicated to
day night In the Lafayette hotel.
waste of time could be avoided. It's
The dance group Includes Marie elude President and Mrs. Herman L. Dr. Herman L. Donovan, president of
Dr. Henry Noble Sherwood, presi- just as bad when the questions are
Donovan, Prof. C. W. Hackensmith. the University since
Brackett, Margaret Brown, Norma
June 1. 1941.
Prof A. GiUett, Misses Margaret
dent of Georgetown college, will de scribbled on the board. Then the
Twelve pages of informal snapEstill. Priscilla Warren, Margaret Lester, and Ranliver the principal address, and Dr. prof must either read them all over Drury, Sara Revel
T. W. Rainey, pastor of the Mt. aloud, or else every two minutes Graddy, Deje Golden, Marian Har kin Harris. Mrs. Stella Gilb. Miss shots are arranged as a calendar fo
Horeb Presbyterian church, will give some student will have to ask what ris, Letha Hicks." Elizabeth Lewis, Lovaine Lewis. Dr. Alberta W. Ser- - show students life throughout the
Niswonger,
Mills, Norma
Linda
Mlss Hp,n RPirhpnbarh
Mrs year. A section of pictures of difthe invocation.
Sarah B. Holmes, and Miss Jane ferent professors pursuing thtir
Dr. D. V. Hegeman, president of
hobbies has been added. Old and
Ethel Smith'
oTher
Sale'
Haselden.
the society will preside at the banare those
pr- Doris Reichenbach. WAA presi- new pictures of the same scenes
quet and will present the new mem- needless announcements which en- The program is divided into two
ent the contrast In the modes o(
first cased "Flights of dent, is in charge of the banquet.
bers. First semester inltltaes who lighten one to the effect that the Parts, the
living at the University in 1H",7
will be recognized are Arthur Spra-gen- s quiz will cover only what is In the the Hemisphere," the second "Dance Assisting her are Ann Hatter. Doroand in 1942.
Members of Tau thy Paul, and Wilnia Salmon.
Collins, Elinor Southgate Earle, text and that It s really very simple; Chooreography."
According to custom, a section l a
Sidney Alexander Forsythe, Earle or the warnings of what will hap- - Sigma did the choreography, or
been devoted to the Ken'ucki.in
- rangement of the dance,
Cabell Fowler, Martin Jack Freed-mayou cheat ;or the explanaIn
beauty queen. Sue Fan Gooding,
Pattie Logan McCormack, ticn of the grading system.
MacDowell's "Spirit of the North"
and her attendants. Albert Sp.ire
Helen Louise Nisbet, Martin PackStudents disagree violently as to is presented by the ensemble with
Civil
and Carl Staker are presen'ed
man, Betty Garrard South, and methods of preventing cheating. the ai rangement made by Margaret
most popular men.
George Bernard Stoll, III.
by. Brown and Charlotte Sale. "Aurora Shown In Law College the
Some object to being separated
New members, who will be In- chairs like
s,
others Boiealis" written by S. Bortkeweiz
A handwritten newspaper named
itiated in a ceremony preceding the prefer It. Some appreciate the honor is danced by Elizabeth Lewis,
the Can Opener is among the ma- Aviation Conference
banquet, are John S. Archdeacon, system hereby the professor leaves
"Temple Dance" and
Beethoven's
Buford Hall. Jr., Marjorie Penn the room from time to time, or al- - Mainville's "Indian Ode", both danc-low- s terial now on exhibit in Lafferty Will Be Held Monday
Hall, Lida Belle Howe, Mary LaBach,
a ed by the ensemble, are in direct Hall. Arranged by Ewing C.
the student to slip out for
law librarian who owns the
Louise Brightwell Miller, and Bar- coke, others would rather he'd re- - contrast.
The first Aviation Education Conmaterial, the exhibit presents var- ference in Kentucky will be hplrt
bara Jean Welch.
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Ancther of MacDowell's pieces. ious phases of the struggle for civil at 10:30 a. m. Monday in
Bernard Stoll, III, will make the serve periect oraer. ut ail agree
the FootHumQr is presented by liberties, and the defense thereof.
responding speech for the Initiates. that it s .most exasperating to have
ball room of the Union building
.
Linda Mills.
,
Opener was written in
The Can
Freshman honor guests will be a uuie siareu uiruugu yuu n juu
.d
The conference is being
A percussion selection, "Namoluk pencil in 1917 by some International
Virginia Basket and Mary Anne as much as glance up from your
under the joint auspices of John W.
Rhythm." appears as one of the Workers of the World while they
Macke.
paper.
were in the Cook County. Illinois, Brooker. State Superintendent of
Sophomores to be honor guests are
Must the profs do their spring ensemble numbers.
Public Instruction and President
"Mechanism and Sabotage", writ- jail. One article tells of the arrest Herman L. Donovan. All school .supHelen Harrison, Arthur Herman, housecleaning
during exams, one
of a stranger who was suspected of
Frances Jinkins, and Mary Norma distracted student wailed. He re- ten by Frances Guffey. a University being
an I.W.W. member; another erintendents, principals, and repreWeathers poo n.
inferred to furniture moving, drawer student, is danced by the ensemble. describes
the theft of some dough- sentatives of teacher training atOfficers of the organization are cleaning, paper tearing type, who
A Spies of Rogers piece. "44 for nuts by
stitutions have been invited to
an I.W.W. man.
D. V. Hegeman, president; Dr. T. just simply must keep occupied. Thiee". is given by Sarah Revel Es- tend.
A leaflet published by Socialist;
M. Hahn, secretary; and Dr. F. H. Then there's the other kind who tin, Elizabeth Lewis, and Charlotte during
After the welcomes by Presi ient
the last war is also in the
Randall, treasurer.
stands just outside the door and Sale. "Myth of the Metals," also collection. It is entitled The Price Donovan and Mr. Brooker. Dr.
written by Spies and Rogers, is We Pay and argues very strongly D. Wood of Columbia Uniersi';.
danced by Sara Revel Estill.
against conscription. Several of the will discuss the part of the hi :li
The ensemble presents "Three books and leaflets are about the schools and the colleges in
America.
Moods and a Theme." by Klemm. a fight for freedom of the press. A
Tentatively scheduled Is a tiv, i
medley cf modern design. "On Land. rare, reproduction of the book. The
pn Sea. and In the Air." is given The Bloody Tenent which was the speaker. Gill Robb Wilson. Presiby Marie Brackett, Letha Hicks, and first defense of religious liberty in dent of the National Aviation Bof M.
Louellen Penn.
America, is also present, as is a who will discuss aviation and ':0
war.
Grieg's "Dirge of the Departed" phonograph record. Enemies, about
appears in all its awe as presented wnicn tne jenoan s wunessess err
f PI'S
by the ensemble. In the same type forced to go to court.
A letter written by William Jenappears "Life after Death." written

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Will Meet Tuesday
In Memorial Hall

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The third course for Ordance In- specior Trainees win begin at the
University of Kentucky, June 1. and
will last twelve weeks. It was an- nounced by Professor D. V. Terrell
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by civil service. Rate of pay $1440
counted equally In the judging,
year while the applicant is in
Contestants will be Betty McLean,
Mai ia Goggins, Patricia Cravens, school, and $1620 a year upon com-an- d
Ray Russell, Hartford, has been
pletion of the course. Service will
Betty Jo Anderson.
be in the Cincinnati Ordnance Dis- - elected president of the University Dairy club for the coming year.
contestants will be William H. Kerr trict.
Requirements for applicants are
Other officers chosen were Garwith Robin, and Ann Mclntire with
one year of study in an engineering land Bastln, Hardyville, vice preLady Paradise.
college or two years college Including sident; Norman Shear, secretary;
Manners, way of going, perforr;
courses In mathematics through Charles Hatcher. Alexandria,
mance, and conformation will be the truronometrv and either nhvsirs or
Johnson Hill. Lebanon, rebasis for judging In the hunter chomLstry. The appUcant must not porter and Robert Philpot, sergeant
class. Contestants will be Louise jbe m j.A claBsiflcation in the at arms.
Wilson on Funny Face. Steve Black
service,
on Rex. Jaimes Wilson on Piggy,
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Appucaiua are auviseu as lonows:
Stoney Walton on Mothball. Billy
1. Write to Philip Jentleson, U.
HorkeiiMnith on Dennis, and John
S. Civil Service, 154 Market St.,
Dalavo on Tony.
Lexington, Ky.
TRIZES TO BE GIVEN
2. Give details concerning educa
Silver cups and ribbons will be
tion, experience, age, sex, and draft
presented the winners in the various
status.
classes.
3. Those wishing
to apply for
Stonry Walton won the hunter
last year with admission should do so at once.
and jumper divisions
4.
Mothball
una Marcia Johnson sired If further V.information is dewrit
Terrell, College of
won prand championship.
J. and Engineering, D.
University of Kentucky,
B. Stables of Lexington are two
Lexington.
young horsewomen who have won
First Ordance Inspectator Trainee
many honors both in Kentucky and
Course ends May 30. The second
the state. Martin ends July 11.
in shows
Van Hoo;er has also won a reputaProf. D. V. Terrell also announced
tion ff.i her riding and William H.
on and off
that 396 students,
Keir is one of the better young the campus, have both
completed work
horsemen of lxinuton.
and have been awarded certificates
in courses under the Engineering,
Science. Management
Defense
Training Program since September.
1941. 623 students are now enrolled.
One hundred forty-fostudents
completed night courses on the cam- i
pus and 210 students throughout
All students who are to
the state completed night courses
Commence-Maricgrrt-at the
at their homes. Forty-tw- o
students
20. are requested to attend
e
completed the
course on
a m'Ttinu at 4 p.m. Tuesday in
the campus.
Memorial hall, it was announced
Night courses now in operation on
yesterday bv Leo M Chamberthe campus have an enrollment of
lain, registrar.
120; night courss off the campus
This meeting is for the
have attracted 408 students; 95 stuof giving necessary in
dents are now taking the full time
struct ions regarding the com
course.
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mrncetnent
Three new courses, aircraft power
members ol the graduating class,
Photos By Mik Hughes.
plant engineering, fundamentals of
INDIAN ODE
both graduate and undergradradio, part II, and power plant
uate should attend, the registrar
Mai'iim
Xiitiini
II ivilo'tli f fwis, Mtii'ir lUnihrlt f, id r', mill htliel Smith
transmission
and distribution, are
staled.
will (In in r with iillu-- r miiiihi'is of T an Sigma, modern dancr iluh, in a rental lion lit in the dill''- expected to be added in the immednot tliealii ntnlri the iliieition of Mrs. .tnr A
iate future Dr. Terrell explained.
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SALE TUESDAY

time-waste- rs

Union Installation

BEGINS JUNE 1
Course Graduates
Will See Service In
Cincinnati District

Cadence!

and off they march round and
round the room, those walking profs
who are the utter distraction of
exam-lade- n
students.
At this time of year students begin to discuss the ordeal to come
and the Inevitable annoyances of
the profs. They number many, but
the universal pest is the walking
species who patrols the aisles with a
dull thud, thud, thud, now in front

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KYIAN GOES ON

Yourself, And Don't Clean
House, Declare Examinees

The official final examination
schedule anonunced by the Registrar's office is as follows:
Thursday first hour classes;
Friday second hour classes;
Saturday third hour classes;
Monday fourth hour classes;
Tuesday
fifth hour classes;
Wednesday sixth hour classes;
Thursday seventh and eighth
hour classes.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday classes will be examined at
8:30 in the morning; examinations in Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday classes will begin at 2
o'clock in the afternoons.
Changes In examination periods for reasons other than a
conflict of time will not be
unless recommended
by the dean, of the particular
college.
Written examinations shall
not continue longer than three
hours.

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nings Bryan about an
trial may also be seen.
The material shown is only a
part of Mr. Ba.skette's collection devoted to chil liberties.

Deitrich-O'Con-nel-

danced by Charlotte Sale.
Conflict." by
is the last number on the program.
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To History (Jroup

Dietary Experiment
The Bureau of School Service of
the education college is now con- ducting an experiment in Applied
Economics. The purpose is to de- termine what extent the diet prac-- !
tices of a community may be im- proved by the introducing of simple
instructional materials relating to
diet in elementary schools. Mr. L.
E. Meece. acting director of the
Bureau of School Service, is in
charge of the work.

Trott At Meade
First Lieutenant William D. Trott.
a member of the class of '31. has
been enrolled in the Army's Special
Service school at Fort George Meade
in Maryland.
Upon completion of
's
course Trott. will
the
service as a recreation and special
service officer.
four-week-

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srove at 'he Ex;eriment S'.ri
Honoris a group of special quests, j farm Ail .mt.!llbt.r.s are tm it. i
Alpha Theta. honorary lnstoiy conu. and brlng datPs.
Phi
society, held a tea in the MusK' V NO
IN CEMENTS . . .
room cf the Uiiion building last
any students who wish
Monday
as freshmen advi.sur
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next fall
Mr. Charles Staples spoke to the requested to sign
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in the nii:--group on the subject. "Tlie BeDtan of Women as soon as po. i',;
ginning of Lexington." Mary La- - spnisk-krenc'.
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Bach was chairman of the arPicnic w ill be held mrnoi
rangements committee.
at lemon's mill. Students plin"-.:- i
Special guests were Dr. tnd Mrs.
to attend shouM be at Millvr I.'',
J. Huntley Dupre. Mr. and Mrs.
before 2 p. m
Robert
Lunde. Dr William P
Church. Mr. James F. Hopkins. Mrs.
INION NortS
Preston Johnson. Mr. John Wilson Today
Townsend. Mrs. Charles Staples. Dr
Home Economics niretit-KF G Daveooi t. Mrs J. C. Church. rocm. 4 to 5 p m.
Miss Alice Church. Mrs J. O.
Saturday
Judtte Sam Wilson. Jlr John
K Club dance. Bl'ieer ..! r'rn.
Winston Coleman .tr Mrs W T. 9 to 12 p. in.
Lafferty, Mr. Shirley Cus'le. and Monday
Mr Nolun Fowler.
Cwens, Room 2fb. 4 to 3 D. m.
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Bottle Desire Grows From In fancy

Examinations Will
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A Wave of

By HAROLD WINN
Uncle Slug's desire to stop off at
the corner for a short one is just
a natural craving for a bottle car- ried over from the
pants stage, says a Boston psychi- atrist who has made quite an extensive search about these bottle
babies commonly called "drunks."
Dr. Merrill Moore. Harvard
and research director at
hospital,
oldest
the Washington
institution for the treatment of
alcoholics in the United States,
lists pampering, craving for. sweets
or stolen food, a chance to be in
the limelight, and failure of adin home and
equate education
school as. the main causes for developing, the warblers of "Ho Dry
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Bv Their Names You Will Know Them

Namevlales Shoiv Imagination
In KolllltT vvheie mihIiiii
names!-- We girt lo think-II"lit o.iH'i! gel iheii
.iImmii it tin- nihil il.iv. vi we started look-niilnoiigh ilie inure ilian 50 pajters ili.ic oine
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oilskins and viuVcsiei and stand w.itth while
mountainous seas swept over the tlt't ks.
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.Southwestern university dons its Sou'wester to
hrave the slot ins thai assail a college newspaK-rTexas Stale College lor Women has one of
the t suited titles of all. The l.assO. It all
di x ntls on the inflection of the voice whether
or mil one savs "Lasso" (meaning the lassies
will roK- you if ihev can), or Lassl-OLights shining lo xiini ihe wav lo lietiet
a dioice hit lo consider
things has alwavs
when t hi istt ning a newspaKT.
'alparaiso university sheds its light h the Torch. Flotilla
State Oillcge lot Women wanted lo use the
same idea hut the Florida Torch did not touch
a responsive chord in their hearts. An alliterative name was horn when the Frenc h word Flam-Ix-awas stihstituied for torch, and the paper
is known as The Florida Flamlieait.
Still plaving in the sunny, seas of Floridian
waters, one hegins to feel a high wind hlowin- 's
III IIOIU
lie cxeall. Il IS I lie .Miami rilliril atie.
ihe voice of the siudents at ihe rniversiiv of
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Miami. I hat is appropriate, don t von think.
X'anderhilt Ix lieves in doing things up right
once- ihev start out (tliev
us in a con le
of baseball games this last week end. and have
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thai ajieaicd laiher simple. I lie fits) thing
is mentioned is a
ol when keniiiik
Kentucky colonel sipping a mini
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k i o ih,-i,jiilt p. But I he .students who weie
niit must have ihotiolir that a lit It' like thai
a.iuIJ not evactlv fit a siiuleni newspaK'i. Inn
is sounded so wonderful. Thus I lie kernel was
Ix ii it. keeping the sound ol dignity
: Uil the look ol choice hils of news.
Our lit M door ncighlor, 1 ransv Ivauia. has
a siudcni pa kt alltil The Crimson Kamltler.
Oiinson is iht school color and lends brightness
lo the title. Then there is a lose called the
(liinsoii rambler because of its method of cliiuh-mi- ;
alt over the femes and prving into oK-vindows. so ii .ill seems logical.
Moving out of state we find ihe Arkansas
liaveler Irom the I'niversiiv ol Arkansas.
Maln- siiidenis nowadas don't ieniemler. Inn
" I Ik Arkansas Traveler" was a famous dance
nine in our gt andnioi hers' day. when the whole
t nmmuiiiiv
gathered al ihe old schoolhouse
alMiin twice a vear (or a long evening's frolic.
To the easi of kemuikv is George Washington I'niversiiv. anil the name ol iis patter is
Hie Hatchet. It did not take us long lo figure
ili.it one out. Km we immediately came iixn a
double- meaning.
Reckon ihev give the av lo
Jinoiie who gels in their wavr
I lie name
ihe athletic teams
ol Clcnivm (ollege paved the wa for a name-plate- .
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Tiger is met Ixith on ihe sxiris
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hkL ol the I'niversiiv of South Carolina is
whiih uses its fighting name in sjoiis
and intellectual mailers. Now we wonder how
the South Carolinians came lo Ik- - lalled the
Cunt (in ks.
Shades of Daniel Boone and a thousand oilier
nl lore- i .I. .i
lull 'i-kvThe Ttail
lit ad Slate I at hers olh-ge- .
They wish to light
ihe wax for new ideas on the tampus and in
Miulcnt journaljsiu.
W'aliash i ollege wants ihe world to make no
mistake aUnii who runs things around t licit
in w spajx r. vi ihev come oul with Tin- Itai helor
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is iivd lo sh.iijxii liati litis and luxs and other
I. n in implements.
The F.mory Wheel we arc
tliiiikiug ol is the one that is used lo sIi.iikii
the wits of the studenls at F.morv college. Il is
saitl lo gtind evieeding small.
I hose
hours
students who used to
ing undo ihe male trees in the front yard
devout ing apples and stories of gallant sea
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Way of Life we have more
than once, to our horror and amaze- mint of course, encountered some
embarrassing situations for a
to be in who are so consis- tently. and periodically, beating the
drums for democracy and freedom,
One of the more grossly incon- uous items upon our mental agen- tia is the timewom, but still vital,
problem of the Negro and. for that
mutter, racial prejudice in general,
As our readers are no doubt vaguely
familiar with some such controversy,
should like at. this noint to
serve notice that we do not propose
to mince matters oy oeaung in me
which
usual slimy generaiiza-uuiiu. uaiiy amounts to numiug
inic
than a plaintive plea for more
"goodwill toward men" and a hasty
Therefore
u 'inssai of the subject.
u, mm thf racial bieot to read no
ol he wishes to avoid literary
urivhem for we definitely dislike
ii.v and all who maintain that one
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