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These four "hardened criminals" were placed behind barn early Friday evening by Lexington City
Police on thirtcs of "preventing fabrication of potboilers". Acttally the girls, who are I K journalism
itudrnu, j.:r at least fairly lawabiding. Their arrest was pait ol tapping ceremonies by Theta Sigma

women's professional journalism fraternity.
polirrmen
were accompanied
by Debbie
Srhwart. president. Kathy Reynolds,
and Judy Lester, treasurer, of Theta Surma Phi.
The Jailbirds are: Ann Abernathy. Yvonne Eaton,
Kosalie Redding, and Ann Young.
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Aftier Graduation
ncemriit plans have hern clunked to a
.ill.iir, iMTinitliiri Aliinini Day to Iw scheduled on
a Saturday, naccalanrratf services on Sunday, and commence-incii- t
cxcrciMS on the following Monday.
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dar changes ?:!opted by the facul- - will be given this year between
ty this week include:
the end of the spring semester and
(1) Final examinations will be the beginning of the .summer
atu- - mestcr. This change was adopted
for all
last year by the UK Faculty to
dents on the Tuesday-Saturda- y
period after icmmencement exer- - take place this year for the first
ld

time.
rises.
(Ji All students will be dismissed
The UK Faculty
made no
from rlau.es on Commencement change for this year or next in
the lenEth of vacation between se- (3 The pwiod brtween the end masters and at Easter. At the pres- oi ine spring ttuu-Ue- r
and the be- - ent a week's Vacation u given be- u uwr m'ihhw nu ore ii ieen semesters to give the regis- I"""11!
reduced to one week.
Irar's oifice siilflcient time to re- (4i No actiun was taken on the cord all the grades and prepare
proposal to estend Faster vacation for the second .semester,
and limit the period between w- Aft(.r some rxperifrr with tn,
'KM system, the registrar believes
main purposes ol com- - the work can nr dol ,
ghort
menrement ' ,1 Monday fs to give lim Th,v
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the parent., :rA lriends of grad- - ,,r put into flfr4., Ml,re tht
Utiles
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both bai c Hla .: .:'e and commenceIt the vacation i cut between
ment ana to
more spirit lor
tiie o(asii!i ilno'.igli a unified milliliters, the tnie will be added
to the Easter vacation. The calcultuninii-niini- i
inntium.
lor
In tne pa.' r r;inuis and relatives i:,!' approved still ixuli this year
mid r.ixt year
calls for a week
that had tfKj. itf from any dis- bet ,
ten semesters and for Easter
tance could n .; attend both unless hulid,is to begin
at 8 a m. Friday
thev spent tht entire week
Tuesday
The definne lime of dav of the "IHl to t'"d at 8
commenceine,,: has not been set
yet by the C.nmcncement Committee Ten o i l "i k in the morning
is being cori'.ritrcd at the present
as the possible time.
No classes will be scheduled on
Ihe day of commencement
for
those not graduating. Exams will
begin on Tuesday as in the past.
It is the hope of the I K Faculty
that this will allow students
enough time to attend commenceA
of
ment if they wish and still have honor discussion will bethe proposed
system
given at the
time left to study for finals.
Lencue of Women Voters meeting
at 4 p.m. Wednesday in the Stu"
dent Union Music Room.
Dr. John Henry Meler of the
Philosophy L'ctjui tnient will be the.
moderator. Panel members will include Ann O'Roark, Alan Ricil- - ;
berg. Kaye Goldberg, and Bill Bil- Saturday. May iH Alumni Day liter
Sunday, May J
Baccalaureate
This will mark the first campus-wid- e
Monday, May 30 Commenceprogram on the honor sys- ment
Tuexlav. May 31 Finals begin tern. Students will have an uppor- for those not graduating.
tuinty to participate In the
and ask questions.

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Tlir lirad ol tin- - I k Depait-- !
tnriil of (.'lirmistry. Dr. I.- - II.
Dawson, was natnrd yrstrrday
as (lie I'K (aUei;r ol Alts and
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of tilt Vrar".
Dr Dawson is the 11th member
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for the "Big
Blues" and Coach Collier is
planned for next Friday by Sully before the Tennessee game
on Saturday.
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will be at 7:45
a.m. In front of the Coliseum.
The cheerleaders will lead the
rally with yells.
Representatives
of Suky said
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that the
would be ovrr
iimr ,ur 8 o'cloj k classes.
The team will leave the Coli
seum by bus for Winchester immediately following the
From Winchester they will
board a train for Knoxville.

since it was established in 1944 as
a means of recognizing outstanding academic achievement The se- lection was made by the faculty of
the college.
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As a result ui ma selection. Dr
Dawson will be given a period
free of teaching duties to conduct
research of his own choosing and
to prepare the annual Arts and
Sciences lecture.
This lecture has been sc heduled
for Thursday. March 10. and Dr
Dawson said last night that he
will seak on "Some Aspects of
Sothe Chemistry of
lutions." As dean of the College
of Aits and Sciences. Dr M. M
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A four-da- y
program featuring
local and
speakers has
been scheduled
Cynthia (loddard. director of
residence hulls at Indiana University, will discuss "Marriage and
Career" at the Chi Omega nous
at 8 30 p m Monday.
A
pediatrician. Dr.
Joan Kidrr. will talk about "Op-- ,
porluniliei in the Medical Field"
at Patterson Hall at 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday.
Mis. Ruth Page of the Merrill
Norman Cosmetic Company will
seak on "Fashion Careers" at
McDowell House at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
"Interviewing
Techniques-- ' will
be the topic discussed by Wendell
H. Ford of the Ftird Insurance
C'linoany. Owensboro. at Patterson
Hall at 7 pm Tuesday.
An Kaslern Airline hostess will
speech
talk about her career In
at the Kappa Alpha Theta House
45 pm. Wednesday
The complete schedule includes:
Sunday: 4 15 pm. Hostess Conference. 5 p.m. Kick-of- f
Dinner.
Monday: 6 30 pm Marriage and
Career, Miss Cynthia fioddard. Director of
Halls at Indiana University, Chi Omega
House 6 30 pm. Opportunities IU
Education. Dr. Helen Reed. Education Department, Jewell Hall
Recreation Room 7:30 pm. Interviewing Techniques. Miss Margaret
Hell Humphrey. Commerce. Lydia
Blown House. 7 30 p.m. Marriage
and Career, Miss Margery Bell. Director of Vocational Counseling,
Indiana University, 635 Maxwelton
Ct.
Tuesday: 4 30 pm. Opportunities
In the Medical F'ield, Dr. Joun
Rider, Lexington pecliatrfi ian, Pat- te

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One or these lovelies will be presented tonight as the Honorary Captain of the Pershing Rifle at the
annual Military Dance. The candidates are: Jerry Kelly. Shirley l.ynn. Nrlda t larkson, Kav Prltrr,
Dorothy McPhail. Eleanor Krrsre, Doris KobrrUon. Btllie Pitwr. C arolin Mi Kenilr,
hariann Hall,
Audrey Kemmers, t.reta Barricknian, t.rela Boswrll, Shirley Kirkdorler, Sandra Prrry. Kal.v Downing. Marian Willis, Donna llulchrrson. Margaret Morrn, l.vnn Applegalr, Kae t.i lillM-rand Jenny
Miller.

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Hip seniors of the Iiw ChIIpkp horn rmplnypd ns a labor oraanlwr
wider (listi iliiitinn in
rrartlrp Court rlass will present hv thp Internal miml Silk Wot Iters'
sclicilnlini; is lie inn it mock trial tndav on the rase Ontld and as travellinn serrptary
I ,iss
.i'nvscd in tlir prtp.it.if ion of of Cipomp Plot of Worfhinton. In- a- and field man.
L'K slnclei.t who was
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commit spdltlon and rrlnunal
announced that Plot and Comradp
uiven rippartmrnt hr.tris
will bp tnpd In thp Larfprty Cir(UP CoMpkp of ArU
Plot has been charaed with tak-iii- cuit Court at 2 p.m. today. Plofs
li
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a meetinit held May
part In
attorneys arp ClPorRp D. Schrader
tht at lrast 40
r 'tit of thr rlrpBrtmpiital offrrliigs 19. during which hp and another and Joe Lee
bp arhpdulpd on thp Tucs-c- l riefpndant, Peter Comradp. arp
lill
Prof A B. McRwrn of the Law
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to havp conspired to
cvclr.
College will preside as Judgp.
a labor dispute and (fpneral
In Wrttton, at lrst40 prr rrni
disturbance at thp Rip Cord Paraf th
rlampii mutt bp Khrduk-chute Company here In IxitiKton.
In Caesar's timp, thp tPTrltory
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Plot was a
worker at that Ik now Germany was inhabWIiik and RrRiinentHl forma- Rip Cord when the alleged anion ited by barbarous tribe that origiti ins of thp Air Forcp and Armv
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D awson
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White will preside at this lecture
program.
KliRible for the annual award
are fuculty members in the college
who hold the rank of assistant
professor or higher. Each year the
choice is made by secret vote of
the faculty.
A native of Img Point. 111., the
new distinguished
professor was
praduated from the Illinois State
Teachers Colleee at Bloomington.
III., in 1928 He received the M.S.
clrgrep In Inorganic chpmistry at
thp University of Illinois In 1932
and was awarded the Ph D, degree
in physical chemistry by the State
University of Iowa In 1935.
Dr. I. awson has been professor
of physical chemistry and head of
thp
of Chemistry at
I K slni e 1945. I'rom 194.1 until his
appointment at the t'nlversity he
was on the ataff of the t'nivercltjr
of Chicago ai research chemist
and
leader on the Atomic
Jlomb Project.
Prior to that time he was a research chemist and supervisor of
analytical laboratories for the Unl- versl Alias Cement Company and
taught at Louisiana Polytechnic
Institute. University of Omaha.
Eau Claire State Teachers College
and the Prkin. 111.. High school
In 1948 Dr. Dawson was awarded
the War Department's Certificate
of Merit for work on the Atomic
Bmb Project. He Is the inventor
ot a fundamental process now in
general use for the extraction and
purification of plutonium which is
u. ed In atomic bombs.

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Tlierr will be a joint meettaf
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at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the Social
Kooin of the Student In ion

J. Stephen Watkins. former state
highway commissioner, was named
this week to the UK Board of
Trustees by Ctov. Lawrence Weth-erbHis term expires Dec 31

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Bolivian Students
To End UK YiMt
Two vlsitine furrisn students
from Bolivia. Dieter HhIIwiv aim
Asusln Ooii7itlrs. are completing
their visit to the University Inn.
here they liaie been study-in- g
Week.
Agriculture
work
Kxunslon
since Oct. 18 They 'will go from
here to Puerto Hiro.
Their first week of
ik here
involved coiifrruu? with (he various department htads of the Aurl-- .
culture College on research work
pertaining to wheal, corn. potatoes, peaches, apples, cherries,
dairying, and poultry
During thrir sernnri week they
traveled with t:. J. Kilpatrirk. assistant state asent, and studied
programs of extension work in
Washington and Warren Counties.

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Awards At Homecoming

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Margaret Ford, Kappa Alpha
Theta, was crowned Homecoming
Queen for 1954. The ceremonies
took place on Stoll Field immediately before the Homecoming

tilt.

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pa Delta, wan presented the first Theta Upsilon, national geography
attendant'! trophy, and Leuise fraternity, will meet at 7:30 p.m.
Whitt, Delta Delta Delta, was Tuesday in room 231 of the Social
given the rup for aerond at- Sciences Building,
Prof. Raymond Thompson, mem-- j
tendant.
The quern and her two attend- ber of the Anthropology Depart
ant were elected by the student ment, will speuk on '.'The Ecology
body.
of a Prehistoric Indian Pueblo in
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ington, was presented the Alma
Magna Mater trophy as the "UK
e
Alumnus of the Year" during
ceremonies.
Tom Brabant and Becky Bishop
n warded the trophy given annually by the organization, which
is composed of students whose
parent attended the University.
Runaer-up- v
trophies for displays
were awarded to Kappa. Alpha
sorority and Kappa Sigma
Theta
fraternity. The Thetaa hmd a race
track "Tote Board" theme and the
Kappa bigs featured
at Serve
Commodores Knockout Punch".

William J. Arnett, UK student,
won a complete set of American
PeoDles Encvclouedia for .subimt- ting the best question to the
American Broadcasting Company's
program. America's Town Meeting.
The question was. "As the Inderal government grows, doesn't
this tend to decrease individual
rights and freedoms or is the con- verse true?"
The question was answered by
Congressman
John B. Williams
a member of the Interstate and Foreign Commerce
Committee, and Ralph E. McGill,
editor of the Atanta Constitution.

Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary, held an Initiation and dinner for 34 pledges Tuesday in the
University High School cafeteria.
Dr. Lyman V. Ginger, dean of
the College or Adult and Extension
Education, spoke on "How To Professionalize the Profession". Miss
Martha Shipman, counselor for the
honorary, Introduced Dr. Ginger.
Kappa Delta PI is an honorary
for undergraduate and graduate
men and women who exhibit schol-

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Of all the creature! that inhabit the earth, none is io fair, no warm,
so tiMitliFoinc, us a coed.
to every camuus mule, anil, to
Tins is a simple fact,
mofct campus male, a source of rejoicing;. l!ut not to all. To Hume,
the creamy brows and twinkling liinlis of coeds arc a Uune ami a
burden. To whom? To professors, that's whom.
J'rofcssora, according to latest scientific udvice, are human. Slick
them and they bleed, pinch them and they hurt, rniR a dinner l ll
and they salivate, o mi front them with a round young coed anj
their cars k back, even as yours and nunc.
lint, by and large, they contain themselves. After all, they aro
men of burn principle and decorum, and besides, the board of lege Ms
hiis (rot Floolies all over. So, by and linge, tliey contain UieiiisclveH.
lint not uiwu.M. Kvery now and thin a.ix'd will come along who
is just tK) ri,reous to resist, and a profe.snr - his clutch worn out
from yturs of str urrIc
will slip and full. White though his hair,
multitudinous though his decrees, 1'ln lleta Kappa though his key,
he is as lovesick, moonstruck, und impiiled as any freshman.
liut lie's far worse off than uny freshman. After all, a freshniHtj
can thump his leg, put on his linen duster, und take out after thei
coed with mnd abandon. But what can the poor smitten prof do?
Iiow, in hit position, can he go courting a young girl undergraduate?
In this column and the next one, I am going to dcul with this
diliicult question. I will relate to you, in the form of a two act play,
an uccount of a professor's attempt to woo a coed.
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T WOK KEY : On the way home, drive past that movie bouse that
shows French films. Stop your car, as though on a sudden impulse.
Tell her that you've heard the movie was delightfully Oallic and
naughty. Ask hr if she'd like to see it.

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TOPCOATS

:cene is a typical office in a typical liberal arts boil. ling on
a typical campus. In this shabby setting, we find two men, l'ro feasors
Twonkey and I'hippi. They are lumpy and bent, in the manner of
English lit professors.
f'HtPPs: Twonkey, a terrible thins has happened to me. A terrible,
ghastly thing! I've fallen in love with a coed.
Twonkey: Now, now, that's not so terrible.
PHIPP8: Oh, but it ia. Miss McFetridre-f- or
that is her name-- is
a student, a girl of nineteen. How would her parents feel if they
knew I was gawking at her and refusing my food and writing her
name on frosty windowpanea with my fingernail?
Twonkey: Come now, Phippa, no need to carry on so. You're nob
the first teacher to cast warm eyes at a coed, you know.
Piiipps: You mean it's happened to you too?
TWONKIY: But of course. Many times.
Phipps: What did you do about it?
Twonkey : Lookod at their knoea. It never fails, Phipps. No matter
how pretty a girl is, her knees are bound to b knobby and bony and
the least romantic of objects.
PMirrs: Not Miss McFetridge's-f- or
that is her name. They are
soft and round and dimpled. Also pink.
Twonkey : Keally? Well, III tell you something, Phipps. If I
rer found a girl with pink knees, I'd marry her.
Phipps: It ia my fondest wish, but how can I, a professor of fifty.
Start a courtship with a girl of 11?
-- Twonkey: Very simple. Ask' her to come to your office for a
conference laU tomorrow afternoon. When she arrives, be urbane, be
charming. Ask her U sit down. Oive ber a cigarette.
Phipps: A Philip Morris.
Twonkey: But of course.
Phipps: I just wanted to be sure you mentioned the name. They're
paying for this column.
Twonkey: Give her a Philip Morris.
Puipps: That's right.
Twokkiy: Then light her Philip Mom's and light one yourself.
Say some frightfully witty things about English lit. lie gay. ila
insouciant, sweep htr laughing for atl hour or so. Then look at vour
watch. Cry out in aurpriac that you hud no idea it was this lute.
Inaiat ua driving hr hotue.

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arship, leadership, and an interest
in the field of education. Alma
Carl is president of the organiza-

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The Cub Club, freshman and
sophomore Journalism organization, will meet at noon today in
the Marguerite McLaughlin Room
of the Journalism Building.

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Kentucky

at unv extension work.
This week Ballweg and Gouulen
will take part in a Farm and Home
Conference here. Levi J. Hor-- !
lacher, associate dean of the Agri-- i
culture and Home Economirs Col-- I
leper has been 1n charge of plan- - '
ning and executing their program
of study.

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Kappu Delia Pi
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KneyelojM'dia Set

(icorapliy Group

Men's and
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UK Student Wins

First place honors in UK's 1954 Homecoming
war won !y Delta Delta Dclt,.1 sorority with "Vampire Laiiy"
and Sigma Nil fraternity with "'Collier's Pipkin Preview".

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CASH AND CARRY

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Hrndrrnon, Grave. Mct'rarken.
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CLEANED AND PRESSED

Male agent, took them on a tour of

One CanwiMNlore,
This theme, 4rined by Delta Delta
Deata eavvritv. won Bret plan boners ia the wemen's division sf
the Hensece ming deeeraUon competition.

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Yea, yes?

Twonkey: After the movie, say to her in a Jocular, offhand way
that after such a tine French movie, the only
thing would be)
a fine French dinner. Take her to a funny lillle place you know,
with candles ami checked tablecloths. Ply her with burgundy ami
Philip Morris. Ik-- witty. lie guy. Be Gallic . , . Uow can a lunetueii
year old girl resist sui.li blandishments?
Phipps: Twonkey, you're a genius! This will be like shooting fish
in a barrel . . . Hat 1 wonikr if it isn't taking unfair advanUigu of
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poor bltk- innocent.
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Twonkey: Js'on.icnju.', Phipps. All's fair in love and war.
I'iiipps: You're right, by George. I'll do it I
(So cutis Act I. Isext uck, Act II)

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uhu think yuu wuujii tnjoy thar ciur.t(f.

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* THE KENTUCKY KERNEL, Friday, Not. 12, 1954

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Fences Of Steel And Wire
( Editor's S'ntc: Printed below is an artu Ir
submitted by members of the Scott Street
Barracks public relation committee. It seems
that both the turn of the barracks and thr
Kernel agree that the barracks should he replaced. We deny that oiir stories were distorted, however, and maintain tltat the only
contention was a difference in outlook.)
The mrn of the Barrack have no objection
that the Barracks are to be removed. They
are unsightly, unsafe and are located on the
exlee of a slum area.
But we bitterly resent the distortions concerning conditions in the Barracks which
have been printed in the Kernel twice in the
past eight months.
First, the Kernel writes that the Barracks
are located on the edge of one of Lexington's
worst slum areas in order to give weight to
its statement that they have "become a slum
area in their own right."
The Barracks' residents didn't pick the
Barracks' location, but they haven't let the
slum area near them influence their own
home. In order that the Barracks be separated from the slums a steel and wire fence
divides the slums from University property.
Second, the Kernel prints the glittering
generality that we are "away from direct
University discipline and control." We cannot tell exactly what the Kernel means by
this statement, but the implication is that the
Barracks are a madhouse. This is untrue.
We have the same type of monitor control
and discipline as the other resident halls of
the University.

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They are identical to and ust-same purpose as the "garbage cans" in the
Kernel newsroom, the Journalism Building,
and over the entire campus itself.
Fourth, the Kernel descriles cramped living and poor studying conditions. The truth
is that the Barracks, with their single rooms,
have more space per man than any other living quarters for students on the campus.
As for studying conditions, during the last
spring semester the Barracks produced three
students with perfect standings and half of
the combined Army and Air HOTC students.
Try that when four men are crowded into a
room.
Fifth, the Kernel pl.tvs up the smutty remarks and pictures of nude women on the
doors. What few pictures of women there
were on the doors have been removed. We
try to keep the smutty writing down to a
minimum by periodically removing it. but a
constant guard cannot Ik- kept on a small
percentage of the people responsible for this
low erse. The majority of the Barracks
should not be condemned for it. however.

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circu-itc-

would not he beneficial to
good public relations.
The fence is a source of danger. Three
Aientists have verified the fait that this
fence has become r.ulio.utive because of its
roots (which extend to Bikini). To expose
innocent students and fatuity numbers to a
horrible radioactive death is unheard of.
The fence draws lightning. Another scientific survey has proved that the fence by the
Journalism Building has some unknown
qualities which make it attractive to lightning. Since the fence has roots all over the
campus, a good blast of lightning could easily set fire to most of the campus.
The fence is a source of disease. Because
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By RAY HORNBAt K
One of the best of many attractions at Saturday's homecoming
football game last weekpnd was
the appearance oi three very entertaining clowns. Many spectators, who thoroughly enjoyed the
professional performance of the
trio, wondered Just who they were
and how they tame into existence.
The three. Jak Van Meter. John
Jeter, and Harry Stille. are all
members of the I K Trouper.
They spend many hours a weelc
in practice fir what tins coiner
hopes will oe
a .standard
at
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lootball parties
lrom now on.
As to h o w
they tame into
ju-- t,
existence

The first time the Kernel printed its article
on the Bairacks it had some justification in
the fifth charge only. In its recent reprint
of this article its charges and implications, as
here stated, were without basis.

has decaved in many places, the tence by
he
iiarimrs germs, insects, fungus and nicotine. A wound inflicted by the
rough spots of the fence on a dark night
could lead to a fatal ailment.
colli ge campus.
The fence is hideous.
noted lor its
tradition, should be
h
buildings, absent nniMltd prolessors
.Hal ihaptl bells. Net the UK campus,
though. It's noted fur its ugly iciites (whiih
is why newspapers seldom run pictures of
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streamers flowing is more colorful,
than a card
section.

tpirited. ar.d

Umvirmiy of KrsiKKV

RnAes to the l'IS4 Homecoming
lord; and to her
i(ueen. Vlait-irr- t
Imu heautilul attendants. Norma
Jean KranuVnburg and I ouis

tired at th Pest O'fke at tex:: ctnn. KnvrucV-vcf.i.i.d cla
mailer m der :i. A t i.f M..i.n J. :k:s.
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Editor
Ronnie Butler
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Manuring Editor
Debbie Sctiware
Managing Ed.
Morgan
Asist.u.t
Barbara
News Editor
Ken Litchfield I
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Society Editor
Ann OKoark
feature Editor
Tom Preston
Sports Editor
George Koper
Business Manager
Tom Wilborn
Advertising Manager
John Glover
Solicitor
Jane Cole
CircuU'ion Manager
SaJJy Cornell
Campus Circulation
Don Henry
Caitooiii-- t
Dave Nakchuien
Roy Homback. Thornton Wright and
Bill Billiter
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EDITORIAL EOAP.D
Ann O'Roaik
Ronnie Butler
Don Henry
Ray Hornback
Reporter and ciry desk Anr.t Brard; Sincy Paul;
Faton; Mary
Scr.ny Combf; Tracy Wa:r?er;; Vonn
Kai.c; Judy Boteler. BulUul Morgan; Virginia
BiU Billiter: Prrry Ailfy; Brtty Bolrs; Blanc
BiMhocic; Jonwa Crawford;
Kins Easterly; Hoy uiaaj;
woodrow Hall; BUI Henry; Bub Howertun; Dora Id
Beny Jo Maiun; lum May, Carl Murrland;
rtiylUa Rucrrai Onau VaudrrfrUt; Eluatelh
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Note to Saky: Glad to see a
shaker section. It certainly added
greatly to the color of the day.
It certamiy appeared that such
a section, with blue and write

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Next time you run across racial or religious
prejudice just ask what color skin Caxl has"
and which church lie In longs to.

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While dohnp out honors . the
Marching HO deserves a but cheer
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entertainfor the fine
ment which we've had all year.
trumpet section seems t
The
have developed Into quite a shaky
group. With "Shake, Rattle, and
Roll' and other musical aids to the
eheerteaders. they've added life to
a comparatively dull
cheering section.
Tea and trumpets to you!

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practices more'tlian live hours a
meek and also uerforms with the
Trouper at the VA Hospital, polio
benellts. and many other worthwhile shows.
They deserve a big hand.

Military men often fall down in their planning because of a lack of imagination.
the free nations of the west owe a
lot to the Creek victory over the Persians
way back when. We wonder how much
longer Thermopylae could have held out had
it been blocked with the fence by the Jour-

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