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STUDENT GOVERNMENT

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One of tlte most active oi all tlte University's campus organiyav
tions is the Student Government Association. This is tlte govern-
ing body for 5[l1(.l€l1[S at the University, and is invested with many
duties and responsibilities in relation to students.
The Student Government Association conducts its meetings
every other Monday at 7:00 p.tn. in Room l2S ol` the Student
Union Building. All students are welconte and urged to attend.
Tlte function ol SGA is to deal with problems ol` students
through a representative group elected by attd responsible to tht
students. The representatives to the ;\ssembly are elected in two
separate elections: 10 representatives are elected itt November
and 20 in May; and, the president and vice presidettt also arc
elected in May. Each college in the University has a certain
ntttnber ol representatives apportioned to it on a basis ol enroll
ment. The College ol .·\rts and Sciences, beittg tlte largest collegc
at the University, has the largest ntttnber ol representatives in thc
.»\ssembly.
There are two political parties on tampus—the (Ionstitu»
tiottalists and the Students Party. liach party conducts weekly
` meetings in tlte SUB, and nominates a slate oi candidates prior to
each election. The time lor these meetings is posted on tlte meet-
ing board in the SUB. To be eligible l`or a seat itt tlte .\ssembly.
a candidate tlltlsl have at least one semester residence at the
University and a 2.3% overall standing,
The _]udiciary Committee ol` the Stttdettt (iovernment .—\s—
sociation is a stttclent group which advises tlte Dean ol Men and
Dean ol \\'omen on disciplinary problems involving students.
This puts all disciplinary action on the basis ol students dealing
with students. The _]udiciary Committee consists ol a chairman.
ttsttally tlte vice president ol SGA. and [our committee members
appoitttecl by tlte president from the .\ssembly and the students
at large.
S(L.~\ handles all problents old stttclent atttotnobile registration.
parking permits. attd the payment ol trallic violatiott charges.
{ The Student (Lovernment .\ssociation is the medium through
  which students are able to express their problems and needs. .¤\n
I active interest and participation in SCA activities benehts all
z students at the University. and provides the basis for a strong
E student-lacttlty relationship.
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HISTORY AND TRADITION

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'l`l·ll·] lI)l€.\ ()l·` .\ Sil`.\’l`l·Z llNI\'liRSl7l`\' goes back as lar as
l77(i, but the University ol Kentucky as we know it today was
not established until 80 years later. ln l8li5 a lientucky (Zollege
ol .\griculture and Mechanic .\rts was chartered by the (Leneral
.\ssembly as part ol Kentucky University. `l`hirteen ytars later.
in l878. the agricultural and mechanical division separated lrom
Kentucky University. and in l00rl it became known as State Uni»
versity, Lexington. Kentucky. ln llllti the school became the
University ol` Kentucky.
Today the University has a (lollege ol` .\rts and Sciences, (lol-
lege ol` ;\griculture and Home liconomies, (lollege ol` lingineering.
(Lollege ol` l.aw. (Iollege ol` liducation. (lollege ol (lommerce. (1ol~
lege ol l’harmacy. College ol .\dult and lixtension litlucation.
(Zollege ol` Medicine, and a Graduate School.
Outstanding administrators. laculty. and stall members have
made it possible lor your Uli to grow into what it is today. l·lun»
dreds ol` teachers. research workers. and technicians are employed
on the campus. There are also ·l7»l state field extension workers
and agricultural and home demonstration agents serving all parts
ol` Kentucky.
The University campus is a small community within the heart
ol Lexington. The campus has 700 acres, with more than (S0
major buildings and numerous lesser ones. ln addition to the
5til-acre campus larm, the Experiment Station area includes the
recently acquired 778 acres at (jolclstream l·`arm and adjoining
land totaling l.l50 acres. The on-campus enrollment is about
7,000. Since l8(i5, the University has enrolled more than 00.000
students, and conlerred approximately $$0,000 degrees. '[`here are
now more than 5.000 active alumni members.
'l`raclition takes its hold on students more and more as they
nearly complete the tour ol` Uli. Some traditions will be made
by you and others will be carried on by you. Some seemingly true
traditions at the time are merely lads and they will come and go.
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 Several decades ago the ratcoon coat. the llapper skirts. and
berets were the lad ol` the campus. Today these have been re-
placed by Bermuda shorts and knee socks.
One ol the traditions which is still traveling year alter year
is the 11ick11atne "\\·’ildcat". The name was attached to UK
teams in l9()9 in a speech made by (Qommandant (larbusier. then
head ol the military department ol the old State University. The
(lommandant was addressing a chapel audience ol` students on
the showing ol the Kentucky lootball team in deleating Illinois
6·2 when he said. "they lought like wildcats." The name taught
on and spread by word ol mouth and by the press. This is the
lirst and only nickname that Kentucky athletic teams have ever
had.
Realism was added to the nickname when the llniyersity was
presented with "(jolonel." a live Kentucky wildcat. (lolonel came
to the University in 19-17 as a gilt to SUKY. student pep organi1a»
tion. The mascot made his appearance at all home games. ln
February. l$l5·l, he was removed to a state wildlile larm where
he died two weeks later. His carcass was stulled and tnotmted.
and returned to the Zoological I\luseum in the Funkhouser Build-
ing where it is now on display.
The school colors are bltte and white. ()llicially they are Yale
blue and white. but in the days when the school was known as
the Agricultural and l\leehanical (lollege ol Kentucky the colors
were "Stoll blue" and white. Back in the lSE}(l`s a group old Ken-
tucky lootball stalwarts met to choose their school colors. Some»
one suggested blue and white—"blue like l)ick Stoll`s necktie"—
and the school had its colors. judge Richard li. Stoll later be·
came a prominent alumnus and trustee ol` the University. Stoll
Field. the present stadiutn playing area. was named in his honor.
The stadium proper. l\lcl,ean Stadium. was dedicated in memory
ol` Price McLean. who died November 7. l92El. as a result ol` in»
juries sullered the day before in a lootball game with the Uni»
versity ol (Iincinnati.
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SCHOOL SONGS
ON, ON, U OF K
On, Oll, U ol K,
\\’e are right lor the fighl mday;
Hold that hall 2lIl(l hit thai line;
livery \\’ild<‘at star will shine.
\\`e’ll hght. light. light
l"()l` the Blue a11d \\'l1iLe:
1\s we roll Lo [hal goal. \'2ll`slI}\
\\ie will kink. pam and run
Till the battle is won
.\11d we`ll hriug l1on1<· the \`l(fU)l`§`.
UK ALMA NIATER
Hail lieuliuky. 1\lIllZl Xl2ll<‘I`l
I,()}`1llSt)1lh1\ll(l daugliieiw ximg;
Sound her praise wiih yoiie uniiedz
To the l)l`('(‘/(‘ her colors lling.
To Lhe blue and while he true;
Badge l1`llIIIl}>llIl!lI age on age:
Blue. the wky that o`1~1‘ in l)CIl(l5Z
\\il1il(‘, l{(’II[ll(`li}'l\ dainless page.
MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME
rlil1('fSllI1 shines hrighl in the old lieinuuky llomc,
",[`iS s1nn111e1‘. the darlaies are gay;
The cor11—top`> ripe a11d the lll(T1l(l4)\\'.> in the bloom,
\\'l1ile the l)ll`l( all lhe day:
The young lollas roll on the liule in floor.
.-\ll IIICYI`}`, all happy and hriglu:
Iiy`11 by hard times conies ll-l§Il(1(`lilllg1ll lhe door.
Then my old lientueky home. good nigluf
  \\’eep no more. my lady, () weep no more today!
I \i\'e will sing o11e song lor the old lienitiicky home.
5 For the old Kemnicky l1on1e, lar away.
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.\S .\ N1i\\' STUDILNT ()l*` THE l.lNlVl£RSl`l`\', you will want
to know ol other matters besides history ancl govc·rmnent_ You'll
be interested in knowing about the post ollice, libraries, ancl
publications.
The University is well equipped with all ol these lacilities plus
many more. It will be to your advantage to acquaint yoursell
with these places helore settling clown to the business ol enrolling
in classes ancl liguring out a scheclule.
The University Post Office is in the basement ol Nlc\’ey Hall.
During registration those stuclents not living in the clorms are
given a box. There are lour mail pickups a clay. ancl complete
lacilities Tor mailing letters ancl packages. The lltbsl ollice is open
each wcrekclay lroxn 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.. ancl on Saturclays lrom
8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon.
The (Iampus Book Store also is locatecl in thc· basement ol
NTcVey Hall. Here you can buy all classroom supplies. gtuu.
cigarettes. cokes. sweat shirts ancl jackets, ancl other items. The
bookstore also buys books. Another bookstore. the Kennedy Book-
store. is locatecl on South Limestone Street,
The University Libraries contain about Vstmcitt volumes lor
stttcly. research. ancl recreation. Special assiguecl reacliug can be
louncl in the Reserve Room. l·`or entertainment ancl enjoyment
in reacling. try the Browsing Room. .\t. the Circulation Desk.
books can be checkecl out lor home use. The Rc·l`erence Room
can be usecl to help you make the most ellective usc- ol books lor
any purpose. The l’c·rioclical Room also is rich in current maga-
zines ancl papers. You can proliahly lincl your home town paper
among the l3l0 newspapers therc·. Tliere are also more than 800
magayines.
.\ stall ol trainecl librarians is always on hancl to help you {incl
the books you want. I.ihrary hours are: weekclays. S:00 a.m. to
l0:00 p.n1.: Saturclay. 3:00 a.m. to 5:00 pan.: Suuclay. 2:00 to
T 5:00 p.tn.
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