xt73j9606230 https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt73j9606230/data/mets.xml Lexington, Kentucky (Fayette County) University of Kentucky Alumni Association 1933 v. : ill. ; 28 cm. Quarterly, Publication suspended 1922 and resumed with v. 1, no. 1 (May 1929); v. 5, no. 9 (May 1933) not published; issues for v. 37, no. 2-v. 40, no. 1 (spring 1966-spring 1969) incorrectly numbered as v. 38, no. 2-v. 43, no. 1; v. 40 (1969) complete in 3 no. journals  English [Lexington, Ky. : University of Kentucky Alumni Association, This digital resource may be freely searched and displayed.  Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically.  Physical rights are retained by the owning repository.  Copyright is retained in accordance with U. S. copyright laws.  For information about permissions to reproduce or publish, contact the Special Collections Research Center. Kentucky alumnus University of Kentucky. Kentucky alumni 2002- Kentucky alumnus monthly Kentucky alumnus, vol. 01, no. 06, 1933 text Kentucky alumnus, vol. 01, no. 06, 1933 1933 2012 true xt73j9606230 section xt73j9606230   "Y   k    
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` =`  Ji .i yi I P 4     Dear Dean Anderson:
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h     ci g mm Organ or the umm Association of the UDIVBTSWY of Ke¤t¤¤1;e   I demanded by the complex life of E t e
makes me _ · Q :5   __     { r {The p1‘€S€Ilt. WB have thé many it i
e in fallin mm 3**9 W°m€*? Of aH¤¤‘S· meh    ;_      news or natural science and appned   ; -
to keep ig are carried out ln the laboratories   ·-   =;i:    gg A ·_ gig fields of engineering and teehnele-     , _
ity through   Etuggaus if research Of thestete   '``` "   ..“   ‘‘*¢     gy. medicine, agriculture and home   {
the Alumni U Nils Y BX BUSWQ and thomugh i. 1 ..    ·-»c--` 2 _; .A_..,:    A.;.   econom1cs; the social sciences, eco-   ·.
Osmg check Ztglrcgfeiiargcgllayéirgxzgopiagfgblsgnigg  E;  jge;@;;;_ l _j~ ;iJ==§5  ._ nomies, political science, and socio]- Q Z; ·
iaticm, an i , ‘ . . ~   i r.     1   .:...    e‘`   ¤gY» i¤¤1¤di¤s applied fields ¤f bus-     ¤
jndl to my welfare $1 thggltizensn of the Com- .  ;;;__ _ . ··--. 1  .  . t-  K; .—_·‘t j .,=;   __  iness and commerce, qolitical serv-   { i ‘
Ban balance lrgenilleakh . IS function compre- I     ···        _:;t i  =‘—‘ J  ice and social welfare work; the   J l
V let us my {nhs e non-educational service     g _____  _j ‘»l;=:.. e z       many fields of pure culture includ- " ·; ' 
give te€1uYn£vi§;y,ag;·_.   m;>1;=:hpos1— »_ `·_—  —.;   ‘—__l   .»;, i   ‘-‘_g     ing literature, the time arts and pure E j
ge ave; the , . · _ W Y O_ 6 m-   Al.:   A‘‘¤ e ·_»_ ‘ i··‘   =¥l - ·—_»=_ e   _. ;_.· L.-; sclences and various applied fields   g T
regret uni §§;“f;°§;t ‘;§1‘,;QE “S}§‘§"S tgvagafe *°   ._»,... 1,;; -a¤.;   l*l·   including that 0f ¤d¤<=¤ti¤¤· I¤ Or-      
°f Y°“ “`h° uni-itativ · a ? 8 ES au`   s—_‘     der that the Ywth Of teday may is ‘ E
hen I wasa _ B }“f°T‘mm°“ and most    ;.;;§;5    ,   enter the world of aifairs adequate- j rj _ j
to com to Crgnpetent direction on all problems       ly equipped even for the ordinary   ti "
fain andi it eetlng the mtellsctual and social           social and business needs a college F  
rou and me 1fG of the people.  _A  —·   t‘_A _ _A;_ _ =‘t_‘   or university education is for him     A
The State university, H_ t bl._       coming to be more and more indis- 'V ' ·
_ gatlsn lis to the Cogmégwsalél       ’,·;   ,i·=    pensable. Every important profes-     Q
yy . llihlgh lt Serves. This Obligation is   .... ;.;;   :aa=a=.s:.».;· ...* ; ....‘  .· ..`» : it $1011 Elhd type of Sp€Cl2.]1Z€d~2lC!JlV- . V .
, B. M. E 04 Y€cID!`0C3}—a principle which should JAMES H, RICHMOND ltyfecogmzgd by moqcrn Clvmzcd Q  
..—— €V€1' be clgayly conceived by the _ __ __ SOQlBty .;‘Eq;1lT9S·1Ill2€I';¥T€ réolleie or -:   —
[VE Fpresentatives Of the people i th 11l'l1V€1‘Sl y rainlng. e e uga ion- b   V
11NG ‘ Generar Assembly. The educlatiozi The well-known study by Dr- Ever- el pY°E‘Zam °f the m°d“T“ state ““i' ? tn ` 
It Kp » 25;l;t¤€s1€¤¤€1·Shi¤is an   B" W· L°“’~ ‘“ “’2"· °‘ “‘$3§§°““‘ Efiriiii Zi€2§§a§faih2°s§é`i}€ha2?’€§i   l n
De a H- · 0 isa ion of democratic gov- tional incomes made by » mm . . > C ‘
raternitycg   it is pr0per_ tee, that the shows very deeidedgdtpat ipoigased C<2i;n;l<;nv§alth vihiclg 2: serves. { _
announ · men o the Commonwealth earnings go xvi h a iiona e uca- e niversi y o en ucky we . i
2 in October should recognize at all times an tion. 'I‘he total average lifetime have seven colleges, the Colle e of 1 1
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sed Student A appropriate for its own use and di- earnings of a group of men with Arts and Sciences. the College of i' i
zampus. l€Ct1OI'1 in administering the aiairs only elementary school preparation Agriculture. the College of Engl- g ;
town to ap; of the Commonwealth the services were $64,000, or $24,000 less than the neering. the College of Law. the · L
i the rewt ;‘1§¤State_ university specialists and earnings or the men who had had College of Education. the College t j
3 012155   Olétfawitles of its bureaus and lab- a high school education. Again the of Commerce. and the Graduate .   ~
fra erm 2. ‘ ories of research. average earnings of the high school School In these colleges. classroom t i
;?1‘;;<;db%lg mine of the ·b]€SSingS Of true d€_ graduates were t'72,o0_(; less thgn the  gaboratcggr instrlugtion are pro}   ‘ 
MCOO gram Op giCy·lies m the fact that the oolhge oi` umveisriy gga ua_ es.   j _. voclad na 011 vcpgo essioaae { E
p P u_ _ D 1 unltles and advantages of the Many Ot}‘l€1 such stu ies s ow sun- raining a opp 1 tm s or ; l
and éd g;0ulrU are at the Same time those nay nndlngs acduirement of knowledge and cul- ; ;
be as ` ° the individual. Thus it is that With ygspgct to aehlevement or tural advancement are offered. ¥ 3
Schenecxdli  p ;h€_l9%de1‘s1iip which the state must success, the studies of the educa- This is the present organization ` ,
»h·? ca gw tgam 111 its own interest and fm- tlenal preparation of prominent ofthe university for the instruction i E
d mghngdor, mg W€lfm`€ of the people as a people listed in "Who’s Who in of students on the campus. Ent the ;  
Y W1 homie V D0 gp _b€¤0mes the individual ep- Ameri(;a_" snow that more than scope of the wvork of the University : V » .
igntiw delve. rumty Of the Youth of the Com- three-fourths of these people had of Kentucky is greater than indi- Q 4
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V`    g `E cated by the mere naming of the ent a.$:1ministrati·0n. · Not peforc the national govexinmqntal £;¤1icy`k
» ,  ‘ ‘ seven different colleges now in the 1924 d1d the Un1vg1·§1ty I'EC€1VB as based upon 2. bt?]1€f·1]:'1 bh. ab111ty
` - ‘ ~ university organization. The work much as a half m11110n dollars for of Amamcan un1vers1t:1es_ to sqm
“  I;  Q of the University of Kentucky current expenditures in any year. the rxpblems of our nat10n.‘ That  
.  J  2 should be thought of as a growing, Only during the period from 1924 Fj1`2llk}1I1 D. Roosevelt, by ms high
Y ? ? i developing program expanding from to 1932 has Kentucky given the Sl1"lC9I‘1tY of purpose and loyalty to
’   § time to time to meet more ade- University the kind of support that the interests of jshe Amerxcau peo.
V T      qua,te1y the ever-inc·reasing dc- would enable it to perform the gen- ple, hgs won the1rc0niid_e¤ce cannot _
  Z mands of change and progress in sral functions of a. state university. be demed. Ne}the1· can It·b€ denied In mp
‘ I- K: E The University received its most lib- that Our P1‘€S1d€¤¥J, by h1s plan gf enterpflf
  Q A     _=.`i   ·   eral support during the period from utilizipg the knowledge ang} wisdom sgvere sc
E E   ilii     1928 to 1931. In the last three years, 9f university scholars has, ug so du. sm value
i  ’»     ·`v‘C ·  `.‘:     due to great decreased revenue re- mg. gnieatly strengthened h1s posi. The A
V  7*, E   —i.‘   ceived by the state from the Gen- won w1th the masses of the Ameri. Unjveysii
  Y   =‘°     mm Property Tax and the Inheri- can people who are appreciative oi mm 11
        tance Tax. the S¤r>¤¤r¤ Of me the S¤¤¤d¤€SS Of Public ¤°“¤¥ bam reachmg
 Q3?} F   '   University has fallen off more than UDOH kI10Wl€dg€ _0f what IS beg; much j
 } ;$ i     forty per cent. Because Of the W1d€SI`|`€Bd progress Station ;
»         ’ii`i“   ‘   ‘'·` *i~>£*&‘ Through me wise and careful of public c·ducati¤n_ and_ because of me whi
        Q `$i?}£f  »   / ` planning of the State U11ivez·sity’s th? prestige Of UI'llY€l`S1tY scholar. mation
 _i     / ``.` `  — '   able president, Dr. Frank L, Mc- ship, the? people b€11€V€ that those tions of
    1 `   Vey, the institution is courageously persons m Our Dm0<>1‘&Cy most qual. better f
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    2   A · °   _, holding on to its 'yfograms of ser- 1fi9d £·IDS1b€St }%I`§DHI`€d to help solve  Thig wo]
¤? ‘ €  i‘'     » vice to the people of Kentucky. the pro ems 0 cmocracy arethesg farm am
    l   "   V    The citizens of Kentucky music now, ·wh0se training 3-Hd Study ·has been the bem
  é ‘ __   3 ;;; __M,   '`’  " however, rally to the support of devoted to Such p1‘0bIBn‘{s m aplin. felt.
  .‘=i     ‘ ·‘       _ <   their University if public education tl-mslve Way, and who. ll? €:1dd1t10}]_ _ Speaki
 *3 Yi  : `     '   in Kentucky is to go forward and h3V€ I10.§€1HSh pf:1`S0na1 1I`1tE1‘€St1!] dollars a
,   i  r ·N   / I  · if the State University is to con- BUY T(JI1C1€S G0I}S1d€Y€d· ms of n1
`   E Q A ‘ Q ,   , ‘ tinue in its great and useful services Th€1`€ Was 2 f1m€» not many YBHFS station a
  Xi I “' “ c ? ; Q i % ~   ’......   to the people of the Commonwealth. ag0£ Rweém great Ialagueés swepg   be mm-,
    I ~ ~s·»   ...,   ._..____    fw ’ . —» ` _   Nev-er was there a period in the con 1·0 e over e ace 0 e F
    Q? ·i  gx;   `'i‘`   »  ‘``V_`   history of democracy when uni- €3l'th,_ and _because_t}1e knowledge  tuizzisal
` ?%  " ’ i.‘»l     ·r»i_ U   ’ ‘   versities were more needed than WSS 110t 6V8119·bI€, m1H1Q¤S 0f_h¤m¤H have bm
iz ff ; `· ’~ " ‘··V ·· ‘-   ···· » ''V`  N they are in these times. How ap- b9iI1gS Sl1i”f€1‘€d and d1€d 1'¤1$€THbl€ by the}
      MUMUMAL HALL parent it is to us today that in a deaths. But thanks t0 the univer- mtmme
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A E f gge iO§;a1’t€i;nOm1c and polmcal ?r<¥rr;n’;§enc0nsent gf the governed tories directed by scholars, plggues gcgogllg
`  ' I i lglgomag ggfférson Wrote 94 Single that an educated and informed cit- are now no mare mb the civilized mspecm
V   Q · - - izenry is essential to the prese1·va— world. There ave gen maqy se- h b
ifggfglcgdngft§gv(;€gf;21:1,?cB0ft01113;- tion and support of that govern- vere ec0;10m1cg_depres201;s algo  dgigrsee
T 2 _ ment. Thanks to the steadying past. S arva mn an amine S1 til-Z I
` ` mocmcy that desgwes mq thought- influence of public education, the take their toll of millions of human  Hgergus
  fulhattenggn 0% cmzgnshml QD uml; citizens of America have patiently lives annually in countries where have bm
  ° ‘ iggmigi Wi}; thgegctsihgci shcgtly borne up so far under the acutely there is lackmg both means and  me is
L 2 ` before his death the great states- ggimgg
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  Q » an inscriyiion to be placed over his ‘    
  .   grave: '    _  onest 1
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" laration of Independence, of the ‘   :éfgg;ij   _:_v_ l  Illi   —i~i—».. ». »j<»   .»  __    Zymgmx
  _ Statute of Virginia for Re1i—     `’‘’’‘ ‘  E2  QQ §g,@@;¤ ii 3 A —   1S ms
V gicus Freedom, and Father of 2;;  {Kgs,   .’,    §   ig}; , - 5 _  y a sm
Y the University of Virginia} {P " ,.u‘·’*r°»' _    f    ,_'.-    EEN .    j    ggguggé
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.   ·| which was his at the close of life,   V___   L_   · a cor
>  ’*   , this idol of American dcmooracy _ ‘‘‘‘°    as 9XD*
. Q ‘ should regard the establishment of   __ » r ‘·_·    YL V ,4. Q; i   ``'‘`   G8.
‘  ` » 2. state university as an achieve-     `    _vr__   _ . The S;
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2 , , The great growth of American uni- LIBRARY ~ ings
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i proves that the American people _ __ . - · ·: ' Mean
‘ — after all these years still believe in adverse economic conditions of the purpose qf_ equitably drgggiblggg  mma
the wisdom gf Thomas Jgggyson past three years. Thanks to tyhe the 1geces;1t1€s fof 1151i.m history E  nd the
V Although Kentucky is one Of the universities and higher educa 1011, amazuyg ag .9 m0 `_ _€ Ed in
3 l oldest states of the Union, the Uni- our great President 1S iindmg 2. way that m civilized Amcnfw Ygild  mm
  Q ` versity of Kentucky is really one of to solve the distressing problems should be want, _StafV&f10{%1 of  m e to
  Q the very latest or me great state facing our Demvcracy- Suffering i¤ the must Of S‘§pk%i,W. °¤¤se1
V1 universities in actual development. It is not *600 much @0 DYODOSG goods mid P1€¤t§’ Of unusg lcsson jnthe
' E   The Universityu; outstanding period that the faith and optimism of the ledge and 1ntelllg€l1C€- Tg gee;) here W
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fil lzgglgogi Severe scmtmy relatwc to 1 S m Whose products had 9· cash value fgcririers is DI‘0bab1Y m EXCESS Of   i
— _ sicvawe- 76 even at the ww p¤<==S mu a million dollars ¤¤¤“a“Y· ? i
Essopgg The AgTiCU1w1`a1 COIEEEE gg   (§r;,5;g§]g for farm Dmducts- In More milk from f€W€1` U0WS» more n. *
ne Ameri- Univ€1'5itY ls nc? eicggmon to its addition state-Widé €Xh1b1U0n$ gf pork from less feed_3Hd_0th€Yi1Ig1: IQ
eciative 01 ru1€· _ It 1?a$*5O;$ its Y 6 S B 3 r e h livestock and other P F 0 d u gm? im. facts couiq be c1ted_1f thsulgihe } .
*1iCYb3$€d mchmg dwls ag the Exp€l`iIT1€Ut» brought to Club members SEV Er would c0I1t1I111€ I`€admg· it runs * g `
t is best, brar{Ch knémglso the Extension sm-- thousand dollars in D1`lZ€$· Story is the same as far as · ;  
d progress Smmm F1 E teaches by the demon` BV perfecting a DEW DYOCESS for The great€S@ Value Of all that Qc;} j r A 
because of VICE _Wh1° ethod the 1·€cOmmenda— t nk mixed OH emulsion sprays: fO1` mugs from the E>$7S€¤$}0¤ Servlch     _
V $Ch01¤T· stmuon m U iversjty jn regard VJ 3 . t 5 the Coiigge of Ag1‘1CUl· rendered by the UUIYBYSUY t r°ug__   •
Qhat those tiolgs     home practices.     Q]']a,b1€d fruit growers tg the College of Ag1‘1Ct1;Hi1;g'€     
most qual- bet BY . . - ti on the dg or dollars f the improved 011 _°° g  
help S°]"°   `gggkhis tggnfaggregogae Where $3,58 ?{2;§uC;l;0?SS?;king a prom- rig}; people and tha :;*pY°;;’§§;;   'L
Y QQ;*§§§§ QQ menus are readily Sm and nent ¤1¤¤€f*;5m°“f§,u§§‘€ States as 3 $f.1h§§§”$g¤;§u;i€;ya€e out Of PMB    
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in an m` mt. . · cold terms of pmqucer O i n Service; when th€ dlscusswn I? supposedbii { [ -
addition. s eakmg m the _ The Ke¤tl1CkV Extens O fined to cc0n0¤11€ matters r
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i° “"’°*“` will ml the mam? mth Wm ta. ami Sewage d“‘?"“‘? ME"; eso- meet"? had mb Y On september ti
rs, plHgU€5 or {Ow grade f€1`tihZ€l`S· Smog   mtg] value 0f Which ls hm 0 Q W€€k in Septem 8 ‘ . head Of the     ,
· ·· . · , . b U1'1 th€1€ , · ' Qrth hl1UdI`€d~ D _ James B. Miner: r gr »
9 Cwlhied mspecmm “O1kh§viS1ik§g70 minion mate but Xxhlclg ;l$¤1T;1l‘S. Last Year gmvfysity department of PSYChO1‘   { 5
mam]   have been S0m€tf1n¤omme1‘cial f3¤'· Of thousandq 2 farm buildings W€1‘€ Qvas in charge of thi? 1`mmd >   i
igiiggnsiili     gy ;<€¤*¤¤k¥ f*“`m` iogziihgtfeg`iE;·i1·em¤d¤1€d ‘°"4*“" me 25%,16 ¤¤ "P”°bl‘?mS     `   » A 
of human  gm Just how much of thls WOM? Of plans furnished by HW Couegg Path010gY." DT- Mlncghg association ~ i · 
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