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‘     Lawton Daley, Treasurer, 2111 Eastern Ave. 5il·i;ih,, fl.;
I   Warren Clare, President, care Clare & Co., C0vingt0n, Ky.  
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    · ' , John Marsh, Vice-President, 463 Electric Bldg. ' CLEVELAND ALUMNI CLUB   $2
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  iv S. C. Ebbert, Vice-President, 231 Brown-Marx Ben Garr King, ’28, President.   A ,,8,
5   building, Birmingham. Levi 0..C0leman, ’14, Vice-President. ,7;,  th
I { A. B. Haswell, Treasurer, Box 1174, Birming- Oscar J. Stoesser, ’28, Secretary. nghe fg,
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  ° L. C. Davidson, ’23, President, lillérsity
    CHICAGO ALUMNI CLUB C. B. Smoot, Sec1‘etary—Treasurer.   1
; I B. M. Nicholls, President, 134 South Michigan WASHINGTON ALUMNI CLUB A =l’¥¤°€
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  Rcumon of Classes   i =
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 Classes of 1882, 1887, 1392, 1897, 1907, IllV€1`S31`y I`€l1¤1·0H fOr the three with such reunions, it should be 0i  
 ·_ mz, 1917, 1922, Iggy and 1930 members of I thls class and we eye Special interest to an Old ..gmdS,, to   i r
  x_, t _ lb te makmg €V€ly effort to have them Q th th t h b G .¤ ·i
91. 8 ,__Y_    _ Wlll Cc c ra mth uS_ eee e progress a as e-n mad, .; .
?   *‘   A in the building program on the j
l8'l9   By w. C. Wilson, ’13» Chairmen V.;-j·;g;E§Q;§;: _s_, §;;;f?"§¤;-, campus during the past fcw years. t
  The committees on arrangements 1 ·,,-  ·=t§jj€T’ffiQ{Q_gg§;.;§_Q*?i¥;QZ;;.~_ The cempue has taken on o wealth   »
 or the 1932 class l‘euni0¤S, to b€   of beauty and efficiency, such as   V
W   Sid item time 2 to June 6, mow-   my the m.°$t ¥°"Sight€d p°”°“   e
  °“*““g °€"“"f“°“"“§f "”§“   gill? {`iZY$e$?}?$“€§deeigeretifsetgti  
 ljggsy have their p ans we lm GY   er Kentucky have materialized. You A .
  ay and wiii announce in the next   W¤¤’t be able *9 appremte . we *  
 gsue or the Kentucky Alumnus, the __  complete change until you eee it in i   .
mms   for the reunion of c1aSSeS   l Ju¤€·  
Vetter   numerals end in 2 arid 7.   ‘'~_;: FOY ODE to FBRUZS U18 ¤dV¤¤2'—?· i -
  as 1882, 1887. 1912. 1927. eta     ment which has bm mee wd the ll .
  the class of 1930-     future needs of the institution, it t - .
  Duiiiig the past few years, there   is esiential that hfi make 3 I>ilSYim·   ·
t h as been e noticable increase in   age to the University at least GVETY lt- » l
 ttendance, and officers of the   . nve years. Hence, the plan of five- l l_
  liimiii Association have found that   year reunions. 2
 he plan or having each class return   The presence of alumni at the 1 I i
 `very five years has worked Ln a l _ __;_;.   University on such occasions is es- I i 4 
T  iery satisfactery m¤¤¤¤*· Sew 0f  .;2j2%2i2é2%;%2i¢i»%2¥%i%éé;;;.T ‘`*-·    ‘-—·:.-..,. iooclauy gratifying to the Offiws * l
°"   e reunions have been attendee by     ‘’i·-·:==,,e.. _ and members or the Executive Cum- { .
 jpproximately 900 graduates and   ·;;i2jg;5.;.gggi§;f;§&%%é·;i;*¥—@··  r _   &2;$§;§‘£%§j§eg.e%;j·,  mittee of the Alumni Association, g L
_  ormer students. This year, the l   ie5g;§g§;j}§ij;g;§;z_§=§£5§§i§.’2‘  ·     and to the officers, members of the ’»‘ l
  has been set at 1,000 and juog-      i ··;‘    Board of Trustees, and faculty of Y { Q
l Ave  g from responses received to date,     i..¤     i,_   the University. In such a tr`yi¤2   ‘
  is goal will be exceeded. Members   :__   time, the University needs all the gi .
 I the Class of 1907 continue to   ‘``‘‘‘‘   ’ ‘°‘`‘‘‘`‘‘`‘‘‘`‘`’‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘ "  ‘`''` ‘  ""’  ‘‘‘‘‘‘‘’`‘` "  eneeuyegement that it is possible El Y
  in good tidings and. at the W. C. WILSON for it te receive, and it is a hopeful lf  
st St.,  resent writing, we believe that _ é Alma Mater which looks forward to Qt  
t;—eg3··  then eighty percent of that _The COmm1tt€€S believe that they your return in June, and lt will be il ’
 lass will be preesnt. will have a real treat in store for a grateful Alma Mater when lt   .
‘  (It 1S expected that the Class of all those who return in June, In yeglizes that your love and IOYBIW g e
 382 will be present one hundred per addition to the usual program and for bei- are ties which are SVODS f ; f
F East _  ent strong. It will be the 50th an- entertainments held in connection enough to bring you back.   °
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rc.   IN SALARIES FOR EM- cuts. He said that he did not know aries {ei- the remainder of the t é
  OYEES, STAFF IS MADE ;l{lheth;r1the1·e would be any fur- year beginning with the payroll g  
  t Bf €Ci11€ in ulliVe1‘sity’s income for February. The eX€C\1 1V€ C0m· g i
  reduction Of fjvg to 10 per cent before July 1, the end of the fiscal mittee has decided OH 3 HV€·D?1`· { I
 i  the salaries of all members of Y€¤i`· cent out OH salagiefo OY Wages   ; l
  6 faculty and everyone employed In his recent petition to the Stats $1.300 or less, an DDY ¤€¤ · ; ·
·   the university in any capacity legislature for the university appro- Payments above that- _   ,
{‘Q; _¤;n;¤£l0;`1£l•’i;2d regegutly tbyff Pres. priaticgl, Doctor Mcvey reduced the I trust all will lazcquiecg in thi? , I
W e _ · C BY- 6 Gu i 6 ectivo 1‘€Clu€·S approximately ll per cent eetieii which is ta en un er grea- 5 j
  edlately, and for the remainder under the last appropriation and necessity and after ¤#}1`€fu1 CON- ` f
arg.   tht? year, will be five per cent announced the elimination of any eidei-etieii of the best 1¤t€l`€$t$ of A g
  Salarles of $1,300 and less, and builidng program. He made no the univeresity and Staff- , 
  DEF C€I'1t, f())_' Salaries Ingyc than Statgrngut as tg what Steps \VOLlld be    
f; »300· necessary if the state appropriation LOUISVILLE STUDENT WILL l
Styggfh ggl actgy Mcvey Said that the 1.€_ were further reduced. _ EDIT ANNUAL  
E;§j~ _ctil0H was made necessary by 3 Ijlotlces of the l`8dL1Ct101'l sent to v_ U L isvme Wm bc .
reling- tl clme in the tmivei-sity·s · O un1vers1ty faculty members and J¢h¤ EV~1¤e» Ou · * I t
  this year and wee iiet instligutlgg employees, were signed by Dr. Frank business manager of the 1933 Ken- I i
 f l°a¤S¤ ef the D1'0DOSa1 or the leg- L- M¤Vey» l~r<->Sld¤·¤t· by ¤¤th¤¤ty Of tuekieii, University or Kentucky * i i
 ¤tpre to reduce the budget. uni- the Executive b¤¤1‘¢l· A COPY Of the Veal. book it was announced fol- `- ·
 _ : l‘S¤ty_0fficials lied figured on a statement is as follows: · _ _ ’ tm Of the University Q
  mcome, but the actual iii- Since October the income of };‘Q;}Qlg0? ;’§§€ntgpub1icati0nS_ i
Le me f1‘0m real estate and iiqheri- the University from taX S0Ll1`C93 ` _ _ b . manu .,31, ’ ?
Le gice taxes during the pest year has declined steadily until new ThE €d‘F°*_*?“d “Sm‘i’SS_ Elecggd · .
erstatc gigs } much 10Wer than was antiei— the univeresity income is $220000 Of the Umvelslty 2tIm}1a_ af but 5 {
chevy fgsgp ted- below estimated and budgeted ¤¤¤¤¤U¥ PY the Jumm 1°aSS1.¤ib,€_ =
  .. Octor MCVQY d€€ll¤€d to state receipts, Consequently it is neces- M1`. EWIUB ;·V&$     $;hG€g?fir;,; » i
    would bl? saved by the sa;y not only tg gu]; Oper;-itilig ?31l€E§l2&§,;R1s~¥g§I§·~ 8 OI ~·~ - » {
 are as 3 l‘€Sult 0f the salary expenses, but also to reduce S3 · OY · ` · . `
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  _. ¥ city manager of Lexington, was the   __V-:-¤ Q I   :‘°   * together a congenial group who  js tion,
_   { chief speaker, and Pres. Frank L,  gif§iQ.j:;i£i§?f;_,‘='ff.`{    r such association would bet the; .  Thi
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  John Bnsaie, Lexington: Harry Em-     = Call he el eleei help , ll they t i rered
  1 rnerich, Henderson: I. G. Evans,   memleln el? ll“l’l`el“°ll°eFl lllehl  might
.     i .l Pelllei Jellll Ewlllg, PT0Sli>e¤’t; Mal-     4 can l€°°gmZ‘? tree mem- _Sllll§`  ing ti
r  ‘¤ i colm Foster, Nicholasville; Horace   away ll`°m leleele or lllelli it , it coord
.   . . Helm, Henderson: Thornton Helm,   ,,_·    help te the lllll’el`Slly· _Flelel‘ll—<   ‘ `‘ onrsn
, i §l ‘ r Lexington; Lawrence Herron, cov-   , , ehilillel lhalhtalh a hlsh err:.   the u
,   A ington; John Kane, Schenectady, N.  T Q Polllt of Vl€“'· gt, Au
 LE Ys william Luther, Harlan: Charles     i Dr- Abner Kelly, deriartnieir  duly
; ~ Y?,— Maxson, Lexington; George Skinner,   j     English, played an organ se1er;,;§§§_— nel-,
 W: l Lelilhgtelli Hal'l`Y Smith, Paducah,   F to open the convocation pr0g;, §$ pipsi,
‘  il l Georee Stewart, Cyhthlallai and C.    -—·l ` ·ii..°. .   a.nd the invocation and bener1t·;  Serve
t  il O. Wallace, Hollis, Long Island, N.   ·»i»ii`  gfijizggig g ; ij;Q_;;;§,E ’,,·   , gr i were pronounced by Rev.   the .
, . ‘_! · Y. Mr. Morton was made an hon- it ·‘e‘·‘‘‘ i ‘ii‘‘` ·     i Morean. Maxwell Preshyitr  has .
r  ty » oraiy nieniher   t’``   . ‘   i church. cadet ushers were r.   mat.
  X Mr. Morton, speaking on "Leader- ‘   if  _·l,.   * ` EVe~ll$, S· W· J0¤eS, W·_ L· _H¤i`  br of
Q { il · I ship" said that he thought that —‘___  .   l C. R. Kastner, J W. Kinkard,   Supp,
. ; ,_§‘, I leadership in all professions should V    , H· R- Lhll'· ‘   He l‘
Y `  V originate in the university. For   ..,’   Emmet Milward, president oi }- , votes
Q  {rf , proper preparation for leadership fitst circle on the campus, was pz } . gglfilt
T rg`? . the value of an education should be i ent for the pledging exercises  gig;  is l
‘ = l realized at all times during the col- ‘ PAUL C' MORTON was introduced to the audiez .; Mles
§ ’ l lege career. Athletics are perhaps Members of the university faci gg . Selel
=   as important as the academic ac- . . who are members of the 0rgar" Y r§,  rate.
l E tivities, but "for every class I cut pcgésigigieig? tl}:/Icxgiorgiplilnilr ipe tion are pi-ph prank ]_,_ itpir a,.§ _, capac
1   I paid dearly for it in my business," ii e _ y ra ml y' Dean W. D. Funkhouser, DeanP g3i§. llelis
* gx he said. "I had to study long hours The ll°l`lOl` $°°letY may he all ll`l‘ Boyd, Dean W. S, Taylor, ll',  aetin
Z gi` at night to fit myself or stay at fcrnal nuisance," he said. Omi- Freeman, assistant dean, L. J.  alllll
i 2 the bottom of my profession. VVhen cron Delta Kappa has in its his- lacher, assistant dean, Dean C.e,st_ `~ Flly l
;·   opportunity does come for advance- tory gone up and down, he said. Melcher, Bernie Shively, assi5i§tl% ls il_
g i` ment the deficiencies will come out, However, it does try to select lead- coach, Dr. Paul K. Walp.   seere
.   Mr. Morton maintained." ers on a basis of merit, and was gmceis Of the active chapipygléiith —-—
, to As principals of leadership Mr. Bsllabllshed to help solve the Prob- Prof. R. D. McIntyre, faci1ltl‘i_§§’§ REW
Q { ` Morton named honesty, hard work, lems of the lllllVel`SllY· visor; Horace Miner, presideni;5;§, · SLM
<   loyalty, deep study and clear think- President McVey hopes that the LeRoy, vice—president, and   Thi
 '   ing. time will come when a fraternity Stapleton, secretary and t1·eziSt;F{§,§ ehue
 _     year
 _   STUDENT ENGINEERS TO pany plant, the National Cash Reg- H. ·B. Helm, W. M. Holtzclaw.   dllcel
l   IVIAKE INSPECTION ister factory, Wright field, the Day- Horn, J. E. Isaacs, J. W. Jolmiit _‘,<   mate
 A   Approximately 60 students are ton Rubber Company plant, the J. M. Kane, W. D. Kelly. J.   mtal
  i planning to go on the annual junior Frigidaire Corporation, the Andrews Little, R. H. McBeth, J. H. littgéiiiii estrn
i_ { inspection trip arranged by the Uni- Steel Company, the Globe Iron vock ,R .L. Moorman, L. R.   pr,°;,Sl‘
i ·. versity of Kentucky College of En- Roofing and Corrugating Company, comb, E. H, Nutt, C. W.   f_ h
g Z l gineering, Dean F. Paul Anderson the Newport Culvert Company, the S. C. Perry, W. B. Phelps. J_§‘g;,_. mm
 , ;_   · announced recently. Cincinnati Milling Machine Com- Redwine, T. H. Rhodes, H-  Qin?
  ‘ i The trip, the 37th annual event pany and the Columbia Power Rogers, J. . School, F, E, Scciipii - tic?
 —_ T I of its kind arranged by the college, Company plant. F. Senger, J. P Stewart, J. A.  of tl
i { { will be in charge of Prof. R. D. Students planning to make the lor, P. W. Thurman, W. VailGi*;g§?3@ ww]
i { Hawkins, hydraulic engineering de- trip include G. G. Adkins, A. S. R. B. Vice, C. O. Wallace, O  ag h
i partment head, and G. O. Thur- Ammerman, A, L. Anderson, W. W. Whitaker, Miss Elizabeth   Stat;
i man, machine shop instructor. The Anderson, A. S. Augustus, E. C. Bar- and J. W. Wilson.   pm (
  _ = students will leave Lexington about ber, E. P. Barnett, I. N. Brown, J. —._.-—----·-   mcg
 , ” April 25 and return April 30, ac- B. Byars, D .E. Callahan, R. D. _ _  are i
. I cording to present plans. Headquar- Cooke, W. H. Cowley, S. L, Daven- The UlllVel'$ltY Heltellel llElt'g;;,:·__chi€f
‘ l ters durin gthe inspection tour of port, L. B. Davis, F. E. Dunn, D. E, that asterisks are placed bef0l't?[,$ perky
· S Ohio industries will be Cincinnati Durbin, A. C. lkins, W. H. Farm- names of all married iyrofesstlitgg_Shm_(
2 ; . and Dayton. er, J. S. Frankel, H. B. Gaunt, C. the Minnesota University   of th
. ;   ‘ The students will inspect the J. Gottlieb, E. W. Graham, R. H. book for the benefit of aspiillli  
 ,   Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing com- Gray, G. G. Grimm, E. M. Hays, eds.  
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his 0,,  3f,_Lj, This month fi¤dS the annual bar S€I`V€d as $€cY€t¤YY since the resig- ni committee; the individual mem-  
.h€   lots of the University of Kentucky nation of Raymond Kirk in the bers of the general assembly were  
  Alumni ASSOCl3tl0Y1 lil the mail. Spring cf 1930- OH the tickets for informed from time to time ny ll
.r the st;;·,{,-_  According to the constitution cf the the executive committee. Howell booklets and personal interviews as   .
t take  rg; association, officers for the alumni Spears, ’07, W. C. Wilson, ’13, and to needs of the school, and While it
y am po,   Orwnization are elected Once 2, year W_ H_ Grady, rosy are ,.mmmg_ Mr, it now looks as if this had gone for l `
should lr   by active members of the associa- Grady has served on the University naught, the alumni group let it be ? 2 ,
roup who   tion. B¤ard of Trustees. He is now mak- k¤°W¤ that they Were interested. r j
bet tliez i This year, as in the past, the me his home in I-¤¤iSVil1e· W- G. and mt gfmg t° .16* th? m·im¤0°¤ i 0
ut would  alumni president appointed a com- Wuscu has Served OH the executive Suffer lf, It was m their POW€I` to l `
lel·slty_   mmm to Select two Slates to be Of- CCI`fUl'1ltt€€ of the association since prevent lt' F
if they  :$;f“§j  fered to alumni so that one group Temmg from the office cf Secretary It is cf Vital imD¤rtarlce to get all ; $1 ’
,,,,1 ,dSa, __ might be selected to continue 1€ad_ ]ii·1924_ He is active in all the af- those entitled to a vote to cast it, i i
g]‘1t_   ing the \VO1·k   has been SO well fairs lofl the alumni g]`Oup and gn- SO   those elected   f€€1   ,  
I1'1€1'lt      ; coordinated and enthusiastically €1`g€tlC IH   endeavors fOI` th€ uni- they have the support and influence i  
Fratenl;  pursued for the past raw years by versity. Mr. Spears lives in Lex- of the entire alumni organization, - il l
nigh ar , the university alumni, matcn and is active in University Each we that is elected will give _l» T
  Au Candidates fm, the Offices are affairs. He is at present, making aS_mllcl1 time to the affairs of the   r
ipartmcri   duly qualiifed: Dr. A. Davis Buck- a °°‘?°"““`a*€d Emi"? **0 promote the “““’*"”’tY, and alumm as lwssiblcr   l
San selcczx i ner, ’08, has served two terms as tcumou Of ,O7,°1aSS» which will hold and contmue the Progress cf the V ·
icn rrczrr e president of the association, and Its 25*** a“““’€"S“Y reunion in ever gmwmg °’ga¤iZati°¤· .   w
Ci belledlti  served well; Dr, George Wilson, '04, Jung The 21D1‘l0L1l“lCemeIlt 0f those who  
Rev.   the other candidate for president, Last year more votes were cast in U6 elected will be made at the an- | —   ‘
Presbyrer , has served on the executive corn- the annual alumni election than nual meeting to be held during the I ;,
were E.   ,.‘= mittee of the organization a num- m any previous Year- It is h0De¤l °°mm€n°€m€nt €X€Y°i$€$» but the ’ lr i
N. L.   br of years, and is an enthusiastic that this year will bring out even sooner the votes are in, the easier ,{i _
Kinkaidn . supporter of all University projects. mcre vctes Alumni work is stead- it will be to make the final tally. li 1
-   He received the largest number of HY ercwiua at the U¤lV€1`Sity and Votes arrwing 19-tET than JUNE 1  
rsluent   votes for- alumni member of the the active alumni groups scattered will be too late to be considered. rl ‘ 
ms, was ll;   board of trustees in the balloting at various D0if1t§ thl‘0ugh0ut the Only those who pay their alumni V { Q
exercises  this Dalit winter. For vice president, ?0umYY ai`? takmg much i¤’f»e1`eS'¤ dues are entitled to vote in this ; l
he audlli  Miss Willy King ’28, and Dean in the growing of the organization. election, If you are a rnernber gf jj, ,
el-sity in;  Sarah Blanding, ’23, are making the The alumni executive comrnjttee the association and have not re- Qi » 
the ol·gllr=·  race. Miss Blanding served in this has worked constantly during the ceived your ballot, notify the Alum- Ei `
,; L_ lion ; capacity two terms under Dr, Buck- last year, as it was a legislative year ni Secretary at once and he will see Q l  
El, D€g_nP _, ner’s administration; Miss King is and none wanted to see education that one is sent to you immediate- , it
jaylor, lv, · active in the Lexington Alumni club suffer, The committee took an ac- ly. If you have received your bal-   E
an, L, ,1,r: , and takes an interest in all univer- tive part and interest in all bills lot, mail it back to us immediately.   _  
, Dean C. €1tY efaflree James Shropshire, ’29, that affected the University in any Don’t delay because we want your   ·  
rely, assis?  is a candidate on both slates for way, All ·—s1ants·· on the education- vote to be counted in the final tab- l  
lp,   Secretary 3110 t1'€3Su1‘er. He has al system were watched by an alum- ulation. .   `
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l, facgllty;  REVENUES OF UNIVERSITY Dr, McVey prefacecl his analysis approximately $360,000, 8.ltl‘l0l1gl'1, of   j
,r€Sldellt;; = SLASHED ALMOST IN HALF or tne Univei·sit,y’s financial situa- course, this amount will be reduced   .
t, and  * 12  The University of Kentuckys rev- tion with the statement that the by revenues received during the re- j ,
and treasrit  euue from the state for tne fiscal University would "carry on" during mainder of the school year. [ ,
 Yea? 1932-33 probably will be re- the school y€a1‘ 1932-33, and that Prospects for next year, Dr, Mc- >_  
Dltzclallr  duced about $537,000, or approxi- this year`s summer session would Vey continued, indicate that the f l
W_ _lOllllr; ~g , mately 48 per cent, from thl;1930-31 follow the program already an- University may get a total from i 3
Kelly ,l_  l i  total of $1,137,481, according to an nounced. He would make no state- both taxes of about $600,000, a de- { a
J_ H_ llltt, ` Estnlaté by Dr, Frank L_ Mcvgy, ment about 1933-34, a. school year crease of $537,000 from the 1930-31 T
,_ L, R_ rg.  President of the institution, also covered by the new budget. total, `  
:_ W_ Parr  f,Th15 estllnate reduction results Iii explaining the probable rev- The figure of $600,000 is in 0011- t _ 
Phelps   Wm ?· Series of developments, cul- enue reduction, Dr. McVey said trast to the $1,010,000 which the l
odes, H.  —· ·=  ,m¤¤a¤ve m G0V· Ruby Laff00n`S that most of the funds for the University had been carefully can- f . 
v_ E, Sc0tl.¢;g .`;Et°mg Of the $970.000 appropria- University‘s division of colleges, in vasscd and every reduction con- .
art, J, A,  rm fcr Ulamteilellce and operation which the institutions instruction considered possible had been made. , ’
W_ vallo;.-le, ,°f the UmV€1‘S1ty. The final result is carried on, comes from the state Cuts Necessary ,  
allace, 0.  was H? leave the U¤iVe1‘Sity relying inheritance and general property ··Such a reduction in income will | i S
beth lll=lr ; _a€ h€l€€0f0re upon it share or the tax, necessitate cutting repairs, sup- j l
  S atc mherltiillce tax and general In 1930-31, he said the Universi- plies, equipment and salaries, and l
....-  .;-pr°§€1`tY mx f01‘ revenue. Pros- ty‘s share of the inheritance tax possibly personnel, of the institu-  
  we 1'€Ve¤ueS from these taxes was $537,570, and its share of the tion," Dr. McVey said. adding, "The j
rtchet bmi,  3,3 gxpgcted tc drop materially, general property tax was $599,911, final determination of the matter ,i
wd bel0l·l2$r,, »’p€;'§ Y as a result of decreased pro- making a total of $1,137,481. cannot be made until the next meet- I  
l professlrfgt  Sha,§i,Va1u€§» {€¤Vl1le‘ the university’s So far this school year, both taxes ing of the board of trustees, when ` ;
Varsity adr.7t, __Of th iipplolémetely $537,000 short have netted the University only the entire problem will be present- . cl
of aspirin;   e 931 flsure. $768,000, representing a, reduction of ed for consideration? — ·
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K  l·—· i REUNION TIME since the adjournment of the Ken- cry of general discontent and fa ¤». 
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X  go   Each year out this time for tho 17ml’ Y finding, such aslhas characterize  more
 gg; .¤ . _ _ _ _ so many of our citizens.   Uhl 0l
 I., last five years alumni on the cam The lovwmohlhe hoov of om. _ _   oe] yst
A   , ` Dust around L0Xl¤