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In .1 rl'in to be submitted to
the Federal District Court at Memphis lor approval, the board propose to admit qualified" Negroes
to; graduate schools next fall and
to admit "qualified" white students
ta. the graduate school at the
ttate's Negro university at Nashville. The Board controls six colleges.

t)rse grrgation would be extended
lo! the senior classes during the
following term and downward one
tlass each year until the process
Is completed in the 1059-Cterm.
The National Association lor the
Advancement of Colored FVople
h. denounced this proposal a.s too
Jew and iailinp; to provide the
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Library NowExhibiling
Car tograph icai Display
and ucocr; 'plucs is bt iiiki dbnhvrd
in the lower foyer of the University of Kentucky library wlvie it
was placed by bwitht Tenney. retired engineer of Lexington and
an active member of the Library
Associates.

Tenney and his wife are collectors of antiques and the imprints
displayed were discovered by Ten- -'
ney in small shops in this country
land abroad. All of the maps in
some way or another are connected
w ith American history in peneral
or with Kentucky history in particular, the time span extending
from 1509 until the American
Civil War era. Tenney values them
as documents which liortray the
'development of this continent and
nation, a.s records showing the
scientific advances in cartography,
and, in some instances, for thur
decorative qualities.
The earnest r.ir 'and the only

iacsimilr in rlv exhibition' i that
made !;v J. Uum1i m
wlu.h
shows N'oith America as China a'ut
links (ircenlaiul to TaMrvn A :a
It's Latin inscription.- - cue clr."-t- o
contemporary ideas about people
and places of that era. Tenney
shows that some ot the mapmakt r
knowledge was derived from Marco
Polo's account of his travel.-- .
Pirhaps the most impressive
item in the exhibit is the
folio edition. English ver-- ,
sion of the Ilondius-MercatAtlas
of 1633-3One cf the preat
cartocraphic masterpieces of Europe, it is printed on handmade
paper and bound in "surdc" leatlv r
of a later date. So scarce was paper-tha- t
maps all carry textual information on the revers; side,
shown by (ne map mounted in
plexiglass. Decorations are elaborate and include nnthical liLure-anbeasts, animals anil
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as. for instance, win re a m.m'"i
portrayed looking thmuK t!v
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One instrument, a:r obehs!:-li';- e
pnpmon. as
the Greek
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In addition 10 the pleasure which
he finds In studying these old maps
and atlases from the historical and
scientific point of view, Tenney
admits that some of the fun lies
in discovering these imprints and
in recording the way in which
they came into his possession. Still
another enjoyment comes when he
discovers one of those
"windfall" items stuck into
an old atlas or geography, whether
it is an additional map from another source, a political broadside
probably used to mark the place
ir. a volume, or as in a charming
old school geography t a cleverly
cut paper doll complete with extra
clothes of all categories which
ome little cirl created while
teacher thought she was studying
her new assignment.
The exhibition will remain in
the King Library until the end of
October.

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and a 'deep well at Svrer.e 'and
four compensating errors unwittingly introduced Erathosthene
concluded that the earth measured
24.C0O miles, an error of but 4 per
cent.
Kentucky maps present a graphic record of the exploration of
this state from earliest times until
Kentucky joined the Union in 1792.
and of its later development until
the middle of the 19th century. As
the eye follows the line of the Ohio
River and its tributaries one finds
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