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WB. Griffin of Lexington recently pre- The University of Kentucky Business Developing potential academic i
sented 245 musical record albums (each Partnership Foundation has received a physicians — doctors who want to do l
with four to six records) and 145 single $50,000 pledge to its endowed chair in research and clinical practice within aca-
records to the University of Kentucky management information systems. demic institutions — is how David
libraries. Capital Holding Corp., Louisville, Wekstein andjohn Thompson will spend
The records contain the top 10 hits pledged the amount over the next three a $60,050 (five-year) grant they have
from 1918 to 1941 and numerous musical years, says UK College of Business and received from the National Institute on
albums of the time including "Sugar Economics Dean Richard Furst. He says Aging.
Blues" performed by Clyde McCoy and the pledge also will be used to upgrade Wekstein, associate director, UK
"Cowboy Songs" and "Saint Patrick's the college’s computer science area. Sanders-Brown Research Center on
Day" by Bing Crosby. The UK Business Partnership Aging, and 'Thompson, professor and
An insurance executive, Griffin played Foundation was established to help raise chairman of the UK department of medi-
i the trombone with the Oleika Temple funds for endowed chairs, scholarships cine,will recruit pre-doctoral UKmedical
Shrine Band for 25 years and also was and other college needs and to strengthen students for the project.
treasurer for 25 years of Local 554 of the ties between the college and the business Wekstein says 30 students who have
American Federation of Musicians. community. shown research interests will be given
During his many trips to association The chair in managementinformation the opportunity to spendasummer doing
conventions he browsed through record services was started about a year ago with research in their areas of interest.
and antique stores and often purchased a $250,000 anonymous pledge with the The students will work closely with .
records. stipulation that Within tWO y€&1‘S it must UK faculty members in the departments A
This is not the Carlisle native`s first be matched with $500,000 in other of medicine, neurology, obstetrics and
gift to the UK libraries. Several years ago, pledges. gynecology, pathology and the Center on
Griffin donated 620 recordings of band Furst says the pledges to date for that Aging. Students will have direct labor-
music to the library. Some of the band chair total about $200,000 and others are atory work experience, seminars and
music was performed by circus bands expected in the near future. clinical experiences during the summer
including every record recorded by "The pledge from Capital,"Furst adds, program.
Ringling Brothers bandmaster Merle "serves a two-fold purpose. First the All the research mentors will lead the
Evans who led the band for 50 years. funds will enhance our program, and students in applying their research to the
Griffin often played with the Ringling second, the contribution to the chair will biomedical aspects of aging.
Brothers band and other circus bands help insure the needed matching funds to W/ekstein says he hopes some of these
when they visited Lexington. retain the initial $250,000 pledge." students will consider research in their
He also has given a collection of circus future career plans. X
posters and pictures of steam engines to "Students trained in this area will help
the library. alleviate the shortage of competent
Griffin is a member of the Wind- medical school faculty members with an
jammers Association, an organization interest in geriatrics," Wekstein says.
dedicated to the preservation of cirais The students will be selected by a  
music. He attended the group`s conven- committee composed of three faculty l
tion in january in Sarasota, Fla., where participants on the basis of academic
Bandmaster Evans was honored on his record, recommendations, quality of the I
90th birthday. research proposal, interest in a career in j
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i The Interim joint Committee on State What your grandmother referred to as the "bad guys" (low density lipoproteins,
i Government of the Legislative Research roughage — those mostly-indigestible LDL) and increase the "good guys" or
l Commission has adopted a resolution plant parts today called dietary fiber — high density lipoproteins, HDL High
calling for the University of Kentucky to may play an important role in controlling HDL levels have been correlated with
retain management control of the state`s high blood pressure. reduced risk of coronary disease.
13-institution Community College james Anderson, professor of Supplementing the diet with a few
System. medicine and clinical nutrition at the daily servings of oat bran and beans may
"This committee does endorse whole- University of Kentucky's Albert B. have beneficial effects on the blood
heartedly the tried and proven concept of Chandler Medical Center, whose earlier vessels, sugar metabolism, intestinal
a system of two-year colleges adminis- work in fiber diets for diabetics is inter- function and an added bonus of helping
tered by UK as the state’s `flagship uni- nationally-known, says blood pressure maintain or reduce weight.
versity’," the resolution read. dropped about 10 percent in one high- Diets high in fiber, Anderson explains,
The resolution came about because a fiber diet group he studied recently. have a greater satiety factor. You may eat
Florida-based consulting firm recently In this group, Anderson was tailoring a less and feel as full as when you eat foods
recommended a reorganization of the diet to reduce insulin needs in diabetics high in sugars, fats or protein.
governing system for the comunity and found "good evidence" of decreased The human body functions better
colleges in favor of a reconstituted blood pressures. when the diet is not overloaded with
, governing board. About 60 million Americans suffer meats, oils and simple sugars. People
Y The resolution urged that this sugges- from high blood pressure. tend to feel better since they do not have
tion be disregarded completely by the Dietary fiber also has been linked with the peaks and valleys in blood sugar when
Council on Higher Education, the reducing the likelihood of developing consuming more fiber than when they
Governor and the General Assembly certain intestinal cancersglowering blood base their consumption on fats and
The resolution said the UK cholesterol; improving the percentage of sugars.
Community College System has thrived blood particles which protect the body
and functioned most effectively since its against the atherosclerotic effects of fats
establishment by the General Assembly in the bloodstream; and helping regulate
in 1962. U absorption of sugar and starch (to lessen Former GOV Lcwrence Wetherby, mgm,
The tesolhtloh hoted that 3 Uumbfff of the risk Of diabetes ahd hYPoglYC€thla)· presented his public ond privoie pdpers ond
consultants, task forces, commissions and Over 700,000 Americans die each year memorobilio io ine UK Llbrorv. ine Welnerbv
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