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I-lslen G. King ........... Managing Editor Indonesia. _]e11kins. MA. ’57, is Assistant Coordinator of the
Iyargysflif MCT-aughlm ·-—· AS§’§§;‘; gggg; Indonesian program.
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IIQg;_I¤;Ign1{g,€*SIT{,;I;I ;§I§I§€sH;ggg*g>¤d *‘d·· Aeour Tue covek; As president of me rayene County Ainmnt crab,
Paul G. Blazer, Jr., 2717_ Cumtrerltmd Ave., Robin Griffin undoubtedly is discussing the club’s successful membership  
    edidhfrvigalsid., Lexing- drive with Mrs. Hampton Adams. UK Alunmi Association vice-president  
B'? Tg]! T€"g,f;\P;*f€gII19(I59IQ,t Th K and hostess for the football kick-off party on Sept. 19. Old Keen Place on  
96 18 Il , .4 0 GH , . DITIHS, . _
(Tern1€ex‘;>iris 1959_)q _ Y Versailles Road. home of Mr. and Mrs. Adams. was the scene of the pre- I
D’I0§“l%}Q,]·(%;‘§fgI“‘;§‘*.g£gIg;*;l“"“d"* LEx“‘g' Kentucky-Georgia Tech party. Special guests included the president of I
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Ililliam G Mccnnneii 2106 s Main Hop- ` ” ‘ ‘ — I 5 - - ' - · ~
_kinsville,· Ky. ` I c ’ term. The deadline was approved by lht: system will enable the Univer- ~
  NEEL City Ent;inc¤r’s Office. Hvndvrwn. Ihc U,Ij\·u~gjw Fat-nlty·_ and is in elletit sity to prepare housing and other fa- I g
‘IIgiI O- Watsotl, 1726 Beverly Blvd., Ashland, [hig y(5;rr_ tilitics i`Ol` {IIC lllt`1`€2lSll'1g IltlI`t"lI;)€1` of I
Guin. Huguelet Jr. 1469 Lakewood Drive, The ru ling also applies to stu- studt·nts. The deadline also will en~ I I
EP°"i'?g*°“ _ (toms who have dropped out and wish courage students to look aheatl—to
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t teachers to Smit the Inclonesian unit-er. International Cooperations Adminis- sity of Kentucky professors are tletlt llllCil1`
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m_OPL_Am the student needs. and the campus tract fll11(lSZ others were purchased lor Indonesian students to the United
guimm libraries are so organized that check- the libraries. and periodicals were or- States for a period of a year or more
hivcgiu. ing ottt a book overnight is nearly itn- tlered for the two faculties. iI`he .-\gri- to follow study programs at the Uni.
ll) wu possible. (lousequently. the students culture and Home Economics Student versity- of lientuekv and other Ameri.
umm in have had to rely almost entirely upon (Iouncil of the College of Agriculture. can universities. Speaking of this pro-
l,-Hglishy dassroom instruction. Due to the University of lientucky. held a book gram of training teachers for the Indo-
NA mm., ttnder-development of the Indonesian drive like that conducted by Tau Beta tre-sign] faculties, 1);; Ellwood Ham.
imm in language in the technical fields and Pi and forty·two cases of books were maker. Group Leader of the Bandung
H i` Ot lp the cosmopolitan composition of sent to the lll(lUll€$lZlll Sllltlellls. leant wrote: "Ihe team is attempting
Hm. [hc the faculty, the Iinglish language has 'l`here is a considerable amount ol to accomplish this aim chiefly through
thm 0[ IMM adopted as the language of class- highly specialized technical and labora- its participant program. ‘I’articipants’
C mp of Illlllll instruction. and the student must tory equipment available in Indonesia. are Indonesians wlto are sent to the
in., (MI- tape with many "brands" of English. but there are shortages in vital areas. United States bv the team for advanced
A Unit-Cy. Iiwlllbe ol tlns latter lztctor Lextboolis Itnder the contracts. University ol study. lzach participant ts expected to
U-C dctli- IIIU`Ui¤111\15(. lientucky professors working with their return and take his place on the fae-
1,, {hun- -\t liandting l-1,000 textbooks have Indonesian counterparts have requisi— ultv, preferably alongside a team stall
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possible been purchased through the United ttoned a great deal ol basic sctentthcz member, who can tram h1n1 further tn I
It-hgcying Slides Operations Mission in Indo- and laboratory equipment for Indo— the responsibilities of a position on
lion" by Ilmlili others have been provided on nesia. Under the “team" concept, there the faculty." Thus, in time, outstand- I
direct purchase from contract funds. is little duplication of equipment. for ing Indoncsians who have received I I
easy one. Ian Beta l’i. the Iingineering Honor- the lists are checked with others of the their training in the United States will
the l\\'O itry Society at the University of lieu- team working with departments en— relieve the shortage of qualified pro— I
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I fessors and the need for foreigners to completing it year ill this COll1ltl`}°- llll`1ltt lC&llllS· ill`t‘ l)llS§‘ llvlt‘ll—selt·tt. been In
‘II I II'; M   £ I _ I'- *   Illg books. making UI) etItupment rt-. l,t~IIttti ir
II I. tl'   I   I  » I       ’t j-, f   tIuiren1ents. choosing participants lol IIC these
II ·A _t         _       EA __ " sttttlv ill the United States. advising tm |,t·I-_ mt,]
II       I       »V:__ _ I At Al tt..-’— I .   ’_ ,,“..   . ..._ I I   I , new buildings. even on entire tier.- MII-; l’rt
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  t  ~      . ,... _ _`__   I  · it i‘``‘_t· ‘ and have been introducing a new llIl· _I,II_ IIIIII
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I . II    _  fj'.;     ;*    =;‘. T.   I _ __II     I AA established between themselves tmtl tltt- IIIIWIISI I
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` tI Students study in the Physics department library at Bandung. Reference books "‘A ‘I‘“ “""`I* ‘-‘IA il ““"““’“"A lll *‘ ”°""‘"*I"‘· N. ()_ Lt-
  ordered by UK are now in use in the University libraries, AlAlll$ Mlletltlltllg llils S|>l`t‘1ll`ilt`tl<`i‘(l IW OIIWV l>l`*’IA<‘>*""*· IQIISIOII A
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‘     t t l”l` I ___; I _y)‘_II· { ‘°‘· ‘   tucky professors because of the tlrangcs II.._ .
It-       noted above. and because their I»l‘t‘~- I,I,I-IIIIIIBI
I A II   I A   I -   " ··  ence has assured graduation lor stil- IIUIIIC MOI
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_ I x" .· , "*~‘ AI · -   departments, and more students illI' IIII IIIIII I
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I During a recent Vl51l·l0 the Indonesia contract team, UK Vice President Leo tum ltllowletlge that their :lt‘eolll}>II‘Il` I-·€ll()l`C
, ‘ Chamberlain dined with, left to right, Mrs. Cliff Keizer, Mrs. Soetedjo, wife elf ments will multiply as the )'CiU`> l’*"`· Ill`? Maste
I the dean of the technical faculty, and Mrs. Ellwood Hammakel-_ ]II(I0II€SIII, ul-luke Immy OIA the Ilt'll'IlI' Il‘0m thc I
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 O[ Am dcyclopijjg nations, has much ro build \Villiam H. McAdams, professor of Dr. Arthur Clinton White, ’47, re-
Cw CXA On; it has large reserves of oil, rubber, chemical engineering at the Massa- cently retumed from Guadalajara,
mc Six [mA ami l>;iuxiro_ For its ;igri(;u]ruro chusetts Institute of Technology and Mexico, where he worked in the treat- _
O[ me it has ri your long growing season mid 1913 UK alumnus, has been chosen to ment of typhoid fever and brucellosis.
gum Al Poprilririoii of willing workers who receive the gold medal of the Institut Dr. \Vhite is now on the staff of the
)]H[ SA ,],·€;irn of a greater day to come, It cial] Francais des Combustibles et de l’En- University of Louisville Medical School
Bog'),. Amd it will Progress, and rho Sralf mom. ergie for his distinguished achieve- as instructor in medicine and chief of
iriglm. bei-5 of the University of Kentucky ments in the utilization of fuels and the Infectious Disease Division. He  
EXAMA Ommlct Teams ]myC [hc OpPr,rum{q· thermal energy. McAdams is the broth- formerly taught at the Vanderbilt A
i mm ,,[ liastening that progress through er of Mrs. Anne Clemmons, UK associ- Medical School. A
1 .\gri- their assistance to the educational pro- M0 pf0f€SS01`- A { ¤
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rirrir-ky l)r, Hannnaker. group leader. has   A   ``'' ` '   t
—selt·t1- been in Bandung since the project was . AA { ._,‘   . l A g
nts lor are these professors: 1)r. Roger \\’. liar-   A ’     A __:_, A _...,. .   A A _ .
ing on her, zoolo‘€}': Prof. l·`. .\. l·`C}'k. chem- ` ’ ``'“‘'lA*'   i‘'‘`’   ...,   ,  . l‘ .
Q mw jury; Prof. R. S. (irunnback. electrical . . _, ‘·’_ '   '°``   *  ‘’‘’ ' . A
y tlieir engineering: l’rol`_ (1.   Hull. chemis-   AAA     Q,  [   W ” ·
iii ilir [ry; Prof. \\’. R. Hunzinker. architec-      A Av; ,     » ’
itssocizr tural engineering.       ·`}A I ‘   {   A A’ Q
>[ both l)r. \\’. H. Alansen. linglish; l)r. (1. R.         v_ A . _ ..
i l<>¤¤$l~ lieizer, chen1istry:A Prof. (I. M.A Lear.    ;_ '‘‘i   »     AAAA A           i  
l<>¤*¤*¤=t electrical engineering: Dr. H. L. Nel- ..   t  AAA A     »   `   A ` {     »·`‘ *  '». .. A
ew up- aiu, inathennaticsz l)r_ L. S. Salter,           f   A   A AA    ;‘* ‘·  W  5,  AA  
*`l**>*°*· physics; Prof. B. (KL. Saunders, chemis-   ‘‘‘       , A A   » M §   _V__ AAA A_A_V_   gl 1    
appre- try; Dr. B. S. Meeks. chemistry: D1`. M_   QL`°N.   { . "mr" ‘   `   Al ’   ri, ; AAAAA_A   A- ` A
’“$hll’“ ll. Wolff. physics: Prof.   B. `I`.   ` I ' .·»~‘ ·Y     {  
llldllw Downs, mechainical engineering. and L   tx iélii f
"fC§$""* Dr. Robert Decker. geology.   f —  
¥l“"’*'*· Those professors now in Bogor are: A   _)_ U · l V R l
l°"l“l`*` Group Leader O. S. Aamodt, genetics: . A A — A
U) *"" Dr. Arthur linudson, biochemistry; Dr. ` ii ·. . L _ I
'““*“"`· N. O. Long, inorganic chemistry; Dr.