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My dear l·`riends:
lt is always ll privilege to weleonie llC\\' students to tl1e canipus
ol the University ol` lientueky. The University is known through·
out this land as a lriendly institution. Here Ull our campus you
will meet as Zl student llllllly young people like yoursell`. You can
become elose friends witl1 tl1ese young IIICH and women wl1o pos-
sess kindred ainbitions. You will also hud on the campus proles-
sors who will be pleased to assist yo11 in aetluiring an education. {
They. too, will be your lriends. 4
'l`he University ol lientueky at the present time is somewhat ‘
like {lll army ramp. l·`or tl1e Iirst time i11 our history we have more `
soldiers on tl1e campus pursuing their education than we ll[l\`(‘
civilians. These soldiers are young men ol` {ine quality. 'l`hey‘ l
possess excellent ll1lll(lS and they l1ave been se11t l1ere to be teehr
nieally trait1ed lor positions ol` leadership.
Our eountry needs young men and women \\'l1() are educated
lor positions ol leadership. ll` you llil\`C lllC privilege ol` attending
college today you are indeed l`ortuuate. lake 2l(l\'1llll2lg(` ol` this
opportunity il you ean. 'l`he
  L — ~,.-   ` V QZ war has interrupted the educa-
  `i ” _`  i '°’ ” [;y   tion ol so many ol` our young
  _   4  ·e     men and women that there may
A · X ~ __;`   be a shortage ol well trained
ti , `·   ··   people lor positions ol` leader»
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A I y Q   {g g ? s ip IL ettlrtts eee e
n y    ».*   pare voursell lor a position ol
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yi;.   y We   pottuntty to do so.
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  M *1 .   ()n behall ol tl1e laculty and
  {     1 · wit students ol` lll(` University, I ex-
  ··‘t’    `.11 ; \ ii     ‘ tend to you greetings and best
  _ M_. " y  __, 41 wishes lor a sue¢·essl`ul college
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    1**;, H. L. l)()NOVr·\N,
Presi dent
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{ll`C :1l1e;11l i11s1e:11l ol` l>el1i111l you. You 111:1y l1:1ye l1:11l :111 ()1)l)l)1`Lllll—
ity 111 work or "Co to College." You l121\`C eleelecl 1l1e lilllC1`. May
you CXl)Cl`l(‘Il(`LT the s:11isl`:1e1i1>11 ol :1 Sll(`(`(`SSl`lll college career. il`
success is lUL‘ilSll]`CCl in lCl`I1lS ol` illl·1`Olll](l ]JZll`ll(`lI)Illl(')ll 111 21(`ll\'lllL’S
111:11 111:1ke up college life.
'l`l1e llilflllly. sL:1il`, :11111 older s1u1le111s will Lry to 111:1ke your
sL:1y o11 the (`ZIINIJUS of 1110 University of l{CIl[llCl<§’ :1 rcnl purpose-
l`ul experie111‘1·. \\'e extend greetings :1111l :1 111os1 l1C2ll`l§' \\'Cl(`()lllL“.
Cordizllly yours,
SAR.-\H B. HOLMES
Dean of llYO7)'l('}I
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I)

 Freshman Week Social Program 1
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Friday, September 21- 1
5:00 p.m. Meeting o1` all freshmen women interested in
rushing — Memorial Hall
8:00 p.m. Freshman Mixer — YM and Y\\’Ci~\ — Stu-
dent Union Building
Saturday, September 25—
4:00 to 6:00 Panltellenir Teas — lor all women students
7:00 to 9:00 l)Zllll1CllL`l1l(` Teas — lor all women students
9:00 to 12:00 i»\l1-campus Dance
Sunday, September 26-
8:30 a.m. Breakfast — YM and Y\\’C.»\
11:00 a.m. Church services
25:00 to 5:00 Open House ~ Student Union Building
5:00 to (3:00 Vesper services
Monday, September 27»
4:00 to 6:00 Panhellenie Teas — lor all women students
6:00 p.m. Movie — Blue Grass Room, Student Union
7:00 to 9:00 Panhellenie Teas — lor all women students
8:15 p.m. Lovaltv Circle — YM and Y\\'C.·\ V
Tuesday, September 28— l
3:30_to 6:00 Panhellenie Parties
6:30 to 7:15 YM and YYVCA meeting
7:00 to 9:00 Panhellenie Parties
8:00 to 9:00 Residence Halls Parties
\~Vednesday, September 29—
ll:00 a.m. Meeting ol all new women students with Mrs.
Holmes — Memorial Hall
3:30 to 6:00 Panhellenic Parties
6:00 p.m. Movie -— Student Union Building  
7:00 to 9:00 Panhellenie Parties
#1

 i 'llnnsday, September 30-
l ti:~15 to 7: I5 i\ll—(i2l1Il})llS Sing
l 8:00 1).111. Cwens and Mortar Board party
l·`ritlay, ()et<>her l»
Evening (lnllege Night
Saturtlav, ()etr>l>er 2-
Evening .·\ll—University Dance
Snndav. ()et<>l>er Fl-
t1;t><>n>•;;t><> Reeeptinn at Residence Halls lor all new
Students — _]ewell Hall
The Changing Cumpuscene
The khaki ttnil`e College lor the (lll1`2ill<>ll as Ulv goes to war. These cadets are
{ receiving the finest mental and lihvsieal training known t0 science
l under a highly accelerated program that will trv the limits 0[
human endurance. Under sneh tlilliettlt e<>nditi<>ns their spiritual
and moral lile is likelv to he neglected. lt is the tlntv nl the Uni~
versity YMCA-\ to provide religions aetivities and wh<>lest>me re-
creation lim` these men.
,\ large ntnnlier nl the trainees hate been alliliatetl with xarintis
branches nl Y work and others seek the <>pp<>rttniitt it aiinrds lor
l`ell0wshi]>. 'l`here|`m»e. the Y has shilted the time nl its lnestlav
evening meeting to enal>le the eadets tu attend and participate in
its activities. .\ Snntlav l>rt>grain is in the olling as well as other
reereatimial plans.
lt is htiped that these new young men will take over where the
old members who are now serving in many parts 0[ the world lelt
0ff.
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 University Calendar
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FALL QUA-\R'l`]il{
1945
September 24-25 Friday und Sztturdzty — (1l;tssil1t·;ttion tests ztntl
physieztl exznninzttions lor ztll new students
September 27 bl()I1(lll}'—l"1`CSlllllilll ztdvisory (`()lll`(‘l`(`ll(`CS
September 27 Monday fllilCl`ll()()Il—l"l`CSll1ll{lll registrutiott
September 28 ‘i`llCS(l1l}` lorent>on—l·`resln11zu1 (`li!SSlll(`illl()Il
September 28-29 '1`uesday afternoon und \\'ednesdzty —l{CglSll`2l·
tion ztnd elnssiliezttion ol upper el2tss1ne11
September 30 Yi`ilLl1`S(l1l>'—(ll2lSS work begins
()et0ber7 'l`hursdtty—l.ztst dztte o11 \\’lil(`ll t>Ill` 111:1)* (`|ll(`l`
Llll orgztnixetl elztss
Oetober 25-26 Monday und li`llCS(l2l}'—i)(‘l`l()tl lor lilintg ztppli-
ezttions for degrees
November 25 rI`l1lll`S(l2l}`*Fl`l12lI]l·i5gi\'llig ltolidzty
December l4 Tuesd:ry—Meeting ol the Boztrd ol 'l`rustees
December 16 ’1`ll\ll`S(l2l}`, 8 2l.lll.—(2_ll21l`LCl` ends
1944 \\'lNTER QUAXRTER
Jliiillfll`}'4 Pl`llCS(l2l}'—ClZlSSlll(`2lli<)ll lesls, l)ll}'Sl('2ll exznninzt-
tions, und zulrisory eonlerenees lor ztll new
students
_]ztnu2try5 X\'ednesdzty—Registrzttion and elttssilittttiotr lor
all students
_]zn1unry (S A Tl]Lll`S(lH}'—ClHSS work begins
Jilllllllly I3 rl`llll]`S(l2l}`—·L2lS[ dztte o11 \\'l1l('ll one may enter
1111 orgxtnized eluss
_]2lllllIl1`}` Sl l\lf)I](l2l}'—l)(f1`i()(l lor filing ztpplierttions [or de-
grees
Mareh l8 Sztturday liO()1l—Qll£ll`I(’l` ends
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 I IEIII Sl’RIN(L Q_Ui»\R'I`lLR
March 20 Monday—(jlassiIication tests, physical examina-
tions, and advisory conlerenees I`or all new
I students
Mareli 2I 'l`nesday—Registration and elassiheation lor all
students
March 22 \\`ednesday—(jIass work begins
March 20 \\`ednesday—Last date on which o11e may e11ter
an organized class
April I VI`ll(}>(I2il}'—AICClIIIg` ol` the Board ol Trustees
r\l>riI I7 Monday—I’eriod Ior Iiling aplilications lor de-
grees
May2l \\`ednesday exening—MiIitarr graduation exer—
crises
_|nne I i|iIittrsday—I§act.<»
stall in matters affecting common interests I)"‘°`"[’l'"
and to advise. request and recommend action with respect to mat-
ters reserved to the University stall.
BACKGROUND
The matter ol self-government by the student body on the
UK campus is still a comparatively recent one, lor it was not until
September ol 1939 that the present system, with only a lew modi-
fications, was put into operation. Prior to this time, several dil-
ferent plans of student government had been successlully tried
on the campus; but each ol these methods, lailing to embody the
powers and principles ol a unified over-all student government
association. was in time discarded.
Going into its filth year this September ol I9—lf§. the Student
(Qovernment .\ssociation ttnder its newly ratified constitution ol-
lers the student an unparalleled opportunity lor a practical edu-
cation in democracy. a chance to practice what we enjoy every
day. \\'ith real power in the students` hands. and real responsi-
bilities to deal with these powers. this is the best way to promote
the wellare ol the student body as a whole.
MEMlil·Ll{SHI1’ .~\Nl) l·`lN,»\N(1lN(;
Every resident student of the University upon payment ol his
entrance [ees automatically becotnes a member ol the Student Gov-
ernment Association. The Associatioti is financed by charging one
dollar from each student`s yearly tuition. Heretolore the organi-
8

 nation ltas lunctioned only during the winter sessions; but with
the indttction ol tlte new quarter system, it is hoped that provi-
sion may be made whereby i1 will continue to operate all year.
i MACHINERY
'1`his organization, like any other one ol such size, mttst for the
I sake ol elliciency necessarily place its powers in some smaller se-
lected body. The smaller body in this case is made up ol the Stu-
dent Legislatttre elected by and lrom the various colleges, and led
by a president and a vice-president. Popular vote ol every stttdent
deterntittes the person to lill the president`s chair. Any student
ltavittg lttllilled tlte requirements as to University residence, which
is two quarters. and scholarship, wltich is a university standing 01
1.3. is eligible to lill tlte position. The retluirements are tlte same
1`or tlte vice-president and representatives.
'l`lte twenty-nine representatives in the legislature are elected
lor a term ol` one year from and by tlte several colleges according
to tlteir respective proportionate stttdent enrollment and appor-
tiotted according to enrollment by sexes. 'l`he nuntber lrom each
college being determined by tlte proportion ol` tlte college ettroll-
ment to tlte total enrollment ol` tlte University and there shall be
at least one representative lrom each college.
Non-voting, ex—ollicio members ol tlte legislature are tlte presi-
dettts and secretaries ol` the Student Union Board and House Presi-
dent`s (Zouncil ol \\'omen Students. r»\lso there are tltree liaculty
members who ltave no voting power.
()l’1’()R'l`UNl'l`lES FOR FRESHMEN
liaclt year a certain nttmber ol lreshmen are trained in the lunc-
tions ol the Student Government Association. All lreshmen have
an important part in SC.-\ to help prevent deprivation ol its litnited
delegated powers. Because il` people are deprived ol` responsibility.
there can be no real discipline, lor tlte highest kind ol government
is maintained through sell`-discipline. r·\ny lreshman interested itt
entering S(L.·\ work is urged to contact tlte presidettt.
'l`lte best way in which freshmen can serve tlte SCA is by taking
an active interest in elections. legislation, and other activities ol
tlte organization. ;\llt)ll1Cl` way is by advocating participation ol
non-partisan stttdents in all acts the SCA endeavors to undertake.
The SGA serves as an intertnediate link between tlte student
body and the laculty; it is tlte cotntnon meeting place where all
students may express their demands, wishes, and protests: it
crystallixes stttdent opinion and insures the student body that it
will be heard with attention and respect.
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Student Union
1 The Student U11ion Building is the center ol student uetivity.
1 Every student becomes 2l tnetnber ol` the Union ut registrutiott und
is eligible to use the building ut :111 titties und
to tuke purt in 1111 the Union uttivities. illll(‘ V- ii  H i  
purpose ol` the Student Union is; to ntulte leisure .  ii in  
time tnore 1`ruit1`u1 through u broud progrzttn ol V *   y
reereution und entertuitnnents; to give the stu- "'"°` 51
de11ts zt eltztnce to develop leudership through .:  ”  "  2. `
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Become Acquainted With Our I’r0g·r;1m
for University Men and Women
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 Y. M. C. A.
'l`he University Y.Nl.(l..\. is :tn inter—denomin:ttional l`ellow—
l ship ol` students whose purpose is “'l`o realize lull and creative lile
through il growing knowledge ol God, to have a part in making
this lile possihle lor all, and to understand _]esus
x :tnd lollow l’llll1.H 'l`hrough the Y,M_(_I.l\, every  l i /k l". .
' stttdent has the opportunity to develop the spir-   W  
itual sidt· ol his nature, a side so important in :1     O {   
~ \\`t‘ll—l)2\l1llI(`t`(l individual.  ,/jgl  
3 lotla) the Y is parainount. Students cotne  {g y *4   
to the tampus hringing with them :tn inllux ol    " gi 
  prohlems. 'l`he Y is here to meet them. Each    
t student se:trt·hes longinglv lor the kind ol` spir- . {    
itttal lilt· he knew :tt home. 'l`he Y.M.C..—\. tan X
proxitle tht- inspiration to 1llll`llll`C that side ol
` llllilli ll\'(`*· X()I{\l\'Y (ilIRl\Kl.\Y
ln order to hecome a member ol the Y.M.('l.r\. ]’rt·s{tIcn/
exerr man is required to endorse the oh_iect‘ives
ol` the organization, to accept them as his own. and to he an active
participant in at least one ol` the activities ol tl1e Y.
‘ The Y.l\:l.C..¤\. renders fl disti11ct service to students throttgh
its varietl :tctirit.ies. 'l`he lreshmen who join the YM will meet
with tht· lreshmen ol the Y\\’ in regularly scheduled meetings.
lhese will he planned and executed by the students themselves
with the help ol the two general secretaries and the student super-
vtsors.
Each memher oli the Y.NI.C1..\. will have the opportunity to
serve on one ol the several connnittees which are active throughout
the year. All the committees are important lor each one perlorms
il special l`unction in the Y program. Included among these com-
mittees are the Spiritual l.il`e gro11p which presents devotional
services at all meetings; the lnter—racial which studies racial proh-
lems and meets with colored students; Social Service which works
with hors at the re|`ortn school. with crippled children and others
who are needs; Deputations whith presents programs helore other
Y groups and l*li—Y tluhs; Ptthlicity. whith makes posters and puhv
lici/es the Y meetings in tht· newspapers. and cooperates with the
Y.\\`.(Z..\. in preparing the "Y`s ()wl." the Y news sheet; and the
Nlilitarv Service. which integrates the soldiers on the campus :1nd
tries to. make them :1 part ol the Y program. Each committee
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SUNDAY SERVICES
Bible School . .. . .. .. 9:45 A. M.
Morning Worship . . . 11:00 A. M.
Evening Service . . 7:30 P. M.
Young People’s Meetings . 6:30 P. M.
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l·`R ESI·lM1\N CLUB. The l·`reshtnan Club which is under the
  auspices of the YMCA and the Y\\’Ci»\ is open to all men and
l women hrst year students. This year will be the sixth in the ex-
istence of the organization, which has as its purpose the ideal of
f promoting good feeling, friendship, and understanding among the
members of the class of l€)¤l7. The meetings of the club are held
once a week in the Y lounge of the Union Building.
Among other objectives. the l·`reshman Club serves to develop
a closer general stttdent cooperation and to give the organization
force with which to be progressive in problems facing the campus.
l·`reshrnan Club meetings often include talks by speakers on
such subjects as love, courtship, current problems, and social and
religious problems. ;\t the close of these talks there will generally
be a discussion period in which each student may "speak his
mind." There will be talented speakers to lead and direct your
discussions.
ln addition to all these activities, actual field work is done in
relation to social problems. Croups are selected through the year
to do social work at such institutions as at. the Crippled Chilclren’s
Hospital and at the Greendale Reform school.
Besides having activities that are on the serious side, the Fresh-
man Club presents social entertainment as well. .»\n entertainment
committee is selected near the Hrst of the year and socials {or the
group are planned all during each quarter.
SURY. SUKY is the Uniyersity’s "Pep Club." which creates
school loyalty and enthusiasm for athletics among the studenis.
The fottr letters of SUKY stand for "Student Union of }ientucky."
.·\ctivities of this “pep" organization include banquets for the
football and basketball teams. sending the band to football games
which are away from home, and sponsoring pep rallies. To join
SUKY. a student |tlllSl rank among the highest percentages in the
sale of candy and soft drinks at athletic eyents. .~\nyone desiring
to join the organization may sell.
PITKIN (`ZLUB. The Pitkin Club is a luncheon organization
where students may gather in the interest of religiotts and human
problems. lt is sponsored by the Maxwell Street Presbyterian
Church in cooperation with the Yl\*lCA—Y\\lC.~\. Only invited
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