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Fred Waring
Al Coliseum
Hi-Holiday, Frod Warlng's
newest show, will appear at 8:15
tonight in Memorial Coliseum.
Waring, a veteran of 43 years,
believes his latest tour surpasses
all liis previews shows. The program varies from current hits of
Broadway, Hollywood, and Tin Pan
Alley to the spiritual and the love
ballad.
In addition to established stars
Gordon Goodman. Foley MrClm-tocFrank Davis. Patty Deems.
Dob Sands, pnd Leonard Krone-rioncficsh new voices will appear
In the en: emtio.
This conctr! is presented under
the air pices cl the Central Kentucky Co.-.r- t
and Lecture Scries.
Students will be admitted by ID
cards.

To Sing Tomorrow

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What is billed as the "Curatcst Arthur Godfrey. Td Sullivan an.l
Barbershop Quartet Show in the l.awrrncr Wrlk television shows
The riMhurhrM have appeared
World" will apimir in Mitnorl.il
in each of the t'nileri State and
Coliseum wt 8 p. in. tomorrow.
I he show is sponsored Jointly Canada. They havr hern Intitcd
hop quartet
by the Versailles chanter of the In rnndurt barber
V
for the Armed I nrrr oveSociety for the Pre: sen a! ton and rlinir
Encouragement of Barber Shop rsea.
.
Quartet Siiuing in Ameilca aiar The Society said th.it the Mil
the UK circle of Omicron IM;. States Four have Itoccmr f;imnM
ccmbir.r-snuotKapp.i.
for their libtlity ' .
stvliiv; of currently popuSinging will be winners of tlie
Soiiety' intrrnation.il competition lar songs with hil.wto is, ni idcap
(( tnedy and the mote serious type
since 1! IS.
5') and of batl)eisho; b 11. ids."
Tickets are $1. $1.5:). $2,
$3. ODK members will se'.l tickets
FotnuT w.nr.ets of the Arth ir
3 to 5 n. in Godfrey Tali nt
today in the SUB fr-v!iow. th
Among the quaitct.s here tomor- quartet did 33 shows f r 52. 00-row niuht will he 'The Confeder- United Nations troops elurin; tlie
ates. Memphis, ljii ch.mipinu-xKorean Wrr.
the Four Hears '.urn. Am anllo.
This Is the first time there ha
Tex.. 1935; the Pittsbwmheis. Pitts- been a concert like this an where,
burgh, 1!48; the Mid Slutes Four. said
Jrs (iardnrr. t)HK faculty
Chicago. 191:); and the Schmiit
tarn treasurer.
!
Bn.iluis. Two Rivers. Wise. '.'!.
Al-- o
appearing H1 br the Versailles chapter' choir.
The Schmitt Brothers are four
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This year the Little Kentucky
VM.-e?,--of a family of seventeen children.
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Derby Committee plans to award
They have traveled more than 500.-00- 0
$3,000 in scholarships.
miles to sing and have appeared
In 1056 two $100 scholarships
on nearly 1.000 programs.
were given and last year ten $200
THE CONFEDERATES
They have been guests on the
Monday niuht at Student Conscholarships were awarded to worgress meeting:
thy freshmen.
ill Representatives will decide If
Recipients pre selected by the
the SC will Join the National Stucommittee on the basis of scholardents Association.
ship and need.
2 Slates of the two parties'
Members cf the 1959 steering
candidates will be presented.
committee are: chairman.
Bob
3 Representatives
vote
White; vice chairman, Cynthia
will
Eeadell; secretary, Sharon King;
whether to ndd to the constitution
treasurer, Red Calkin. Division
an amendment of election codes
chairmen are Whayne Priest, Murpresented last spring by Pete Perl-ma- n
phy Green, Sidney Crouch, Marand Dan Millott.
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
shal Carpenter, Dick Warren, Ann
4 Discussion will be held
Murphy and Lucy Alexander.
crrning Panhellenic's request t
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LEXINGTON, KY., FRIDAY, NOV. 1 I, 198
For the first time, the secretary
"give complete-cont- rol
of Home
will head a separate committee.
coming to Student Congress.
This division will maintain and
The meetinK will be held in the
correspondence and all Bill Haas President
handle
Court Room of the Law Building
matters concerning the Of Canterbury Club
other
at 7 p. m.
supervision cf the Little Kentucky
Derby.
New officers of the Canterbury
Fellowship are Bill Hass, president; Betsy Kutak. vice president.
Mary Dan Matthews, secretary,
Two simultaneous drives will and will last through the followFolk Dance Society Myra Goff. treasurer, and Prof. "begin Monday on the University ing Saturday. Students will he
campus to gather funds lor the contacted by various campus orErnest Spokes, faculty adviser.
Students interested in 'becomganizations, including Student ConMembers of the fellowship will World University Service chive.
ing members cf the Folk Dance
orgress, IPC and the ranbellenic
Thr- WU3. is a word-wid- e
410 Rose Lr.ne. while thfii
meet at
The UK Alumi t A so- -i if.on wdf
Society may attend the regular new
ganisation consisting of 40 coun- ( ouncil.
chapel and student center :s
sponger i!- ;'!.imii1 loorlull t;.m-q'- l'
Monday meetings at 7 p. m. in built on their lot at 472 Ro c tries in n.cmbership. These coun'
The s;lic:tat';:i drive will I
t
iv
m tht?
at (i p. in.
the women's gym. The November Street.
tries have a mutual agreement on coiiCliK't d door to door thro.iuh rdl Llwtuia
Room .l tin- SUP.
program is designed to introduce
how the money collected will be
and fraternity and
lcs
Regular communion services-o- n
Dr. I t o M Ch.tm! ti1.hu,
piospeetive members to the varsol oi ity houses.
Wednesday and Sunday mornin;;s.
and v ico
vice pres.di-nious forms of folk dancing, while
A chart will be located in fron
One drive will be conducted
the Thursday afternoon coffee
: y Alumni
i
lTtii
the new society will be formally hours and the Sunday evening through the faculty and one of the SUB to show the pruure.-- s chairman of tin
be
will
principal
Association.
organized in December.
of the drive. Any individual or or- speaker and Coach Blanton Col-hprograms will be held at the new through the student body.
address, beginning today.
Heading the faculty drive are ganization which contributes $2"
also will speak. B. A. Singly,
Dr. John Kuiper, head of the will have its name and amount director ol lntenollc.'ia'e athPhilosophy Department; Ken Hrap-e- r. posted, on the chart.
letics, will be master uf cereThis year's goal has been set monies.
director, of the YMCA; and
Ann Marie Salgat. director of the at $1,000. This amount has never
The Samuel L. Huey Scholarship
bein reached in previous Wl'S
YWCA.
Award, named for a former team
The student steering committee drives conducted en this campus. manager, will be presented and
of Nancy Waterfield and The amount reached last year was team
Dissension within the Lexington
The trouble apparently came to consists
members who are raduatmi
$600.
MurSymphony Orchestra has resulted a head a week ago last Friday Fred Strache.
seniors will each be tuven watchei
The money collected will be
in the dismissal of 11 members in- - when a group of players sought phy Green, publicity; Glen Gocbel. divided among the member coun- by the alumni association.
eluding two University instructors, the meeting to complain of Kahl- - solicitation; and Susan King, per- tries to be given to universities
The banquet is open to tlie pub.
Conductor Erik Kahlson said, "I son's management of the orchestra, sonnel.
lic. Tickets are $2 50 and reservaThe drives will begin Monday
Continued on Tage 2
have been pretty viciously attack
tions may be made by calling the.
ed, and I am not going to take it
University Alumni Office or by
lying tlcwn."
stopping at the office to obtain a
ticket.
not under any circumstances take LtCCtltVC bCVlCS
them back," he added.
Members from the University
Seven initiates were taken into
were Almonte
Howell, assistant Eta Sigma Phi. ancient language
professor cf music, and Jerry Ball, honorary Thursday,
instructor in music.
lhe president. Margaret Swee- Kahlson termed the discharged nPV. alsrt announced that the
Dr. Abby Marlatt. director of thfl
musicians a "University of Ken- fraternity will sponsor a series of
UK School of Horn Economics,
tucky group." They had reported- lectures and discussions on the
is program director of the annual
ly asked a meeting of the board classical civilizations and related
meeting of the Kentucky S'ate
of directors and players to discuss subjects.
Home Economies Association today
"poor musicianship".
and tomorrow at the Brown Hotel
The series will begin Dec. 11.
The conductor called their acin Louisville.
Dr. W. L. Curr, of the Ancient
tion "treacherous" and "yellow-bellie- d
Other UK faculty members atLanguage Department will present
in going behind my back."
tending are Dr. Helen Marshall,
paper on Helen of Troy.
He excepted one University pro- his
and Miss Anne Brownlie.
Initiated were Sara Landrum,
fessor from the group. He siid E.
ate profeiiori uf liome econumxi;- Mary Louise Huffman, Jo Anne
J. Humeston Jr., professor and deMrs. Jess Alexander. Mrs. Jevs:3
partment head of library science, Aylor, Joyce Cooper, Peggy Brum-lev- e,
Ringo. Mrs. Anne Clerr.mons.
C. L'mmett Calvert, and Hugh
settled the situation with him at
Miss Helen Wilmore, Mi.s Lol.1
Cannon.
the rehearsal Monday night.
B. Combs and Mrs. Roberta Tuy-lo- r,
Kahlson said Humeston was "a
assistant professors of lunne
fine gentleman" who "came to see
Student's Auto Top
economics, and
Jeannette
me in person" about the difficulty.
Ridley. Instructor in home ecoJoe Lehman, president of the Slaslietl By Vailtlals
nomics.
orchestra board of directors, said
Miss Browlie alo will attend the
"only about 12 or 15" members of
Vandals slashed the top of his
WUS Officers
17th annual meeting of the Ameristrongly" about convertible. Michael Courson, 205-the orchestra "feel
Nancy Waterfield.
can School Food Service Associathe situation, and that the re- - Breckinridge Hall, reported to Left to right: Fred Strache,
Glen Goebel, solication chairman; Susan King, personnel
tion Monday through Thursday at
CO want to continue
police Wednesday night. He told
inainlng 50 or
Bcllevue-Strato- n
Hotel in
the
chairman. Murphy Green, publicity chairman, and Dr. John Kuiper,
police the vehicle was parked on
under Kahlson, as indicated at
Philadelphia.
faculty advisor, were absent at the time.
near Walnut Street.
Short Street
Monday night's rehearsal.

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D'sfmctive iewej . .. . Lexington one Centre
Ccnf ucty'i leading Jewelers and Silversmiths for 76 Years."

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year of per.-in- .
which are without ne'rqunte faciliHorries. Lafayette Hi h School
It will he user!
The Pl irrinr nt SYnior an- ties of education.
M'nior. saw her dream come true.
for medical supplies, clothing,
following comThe jAmirnt Lancu.mcs and nounced thnt thr
housing, food and other haii?
will hold interviews, next
I itrr.iturrs I)f p.irtment offered a panies
needs.
high school (Irrok course this week.
Last year n major portion of the
t'nivrrnal money collected was used to aid
MONDAY. NOV. 17
For the first time a class In Oil Products Co. will c
the Hungarian Youth Movement.
M.
and Ph.D. chemists
lcmcntary Oieck is brin held
I rd Str.Khr has brrn working
nur a week for" an hour rn nnd chemical engineers who are with the WIS through the YMCA
Wednesday afternoons. Dr. Jonah near graduation. Universal will In the S out hern area of the I'nited
W. D. Skilr.s, head of the Ancient nLo he intrrvtrvirvT these persons sta(os lie is a meir.brr of the
Languages nnd Literatures Dp- - for summer employment. The l . S. Southern YMCA Council and atDepartment of Navy, Hureau of tended a seminar at P.lue It idee,
p.irtment is the instructor.
Ships, will interview engineers. Trnn., last summer where he came
i
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)ta ome from Henry Clay, Mor The AYCO Mfp. Co. will also in- In contact with various representaterview engineers.
tives of the UTS.
ttn, and Lafartte llish Schools
TUESDAY. NOV. 18 The lisso
for the course. They are enrolled
Research and Fninerrlng Co. of
in the ninth to twelfth grades.
The course is offered under the Linden, N. J., will interview U.S.
and M.S. and Ph.D. chemists. The
University's extended programs.
Chrysler Corp., .Missile Division;
Corp.; the Naval Research For! i:F.T - rSiv,.iU rt r.ipnct rffcrionry
$7.yiio.
Laboratories; and P.uffalo Forge nt' U tnicTit. Utilities f in
WHKY Hrouclrasls
U'.i.
loll Fttst M.ivv.
rimn"
will be seeking engineers.' The
Astronomy Itrporl
and Tele- FOR SAT.F. - I.ryir.ctou I.o.kIit rmitr.
International
Ullrt.nn
l.oc.ilorl N.
looking for elec- Profit Upper. per riontli.Scoowl Street
graph Co. will be
Lime.
uxi
Dr. W. S. Kro-dah- l.
assistant, trical and mechanical engineers nro.'i. 2''.',
Fnr details r.ill
piofes'-oof astronomy and matheand persons at all levels in mathe- KOK SAT.?: - Ilnusr Tr.lllrr. 13"7 Gre,it
matics, is giving a report on astrohcdrnniii, pi .ic'ica'.ly
nomy over WBKY each Thursday matics and physics. This company T.;ikes. 4H'I ft.. 2 Call
0 or
will be interviewing Wednesday new.
night.
- All KMitiicki.in proofs rr-- ti
and Thursday also.
SI'FCIAl.
report, intended to rive
The
rncl mi Nov i mbor 13 luvimw a sitWEDNESDAY. NOV. 19 Armrn ting number t'ndini; in 0 ni.iv piiri'liaso
listeners a brief listing of what
iS22.9.")i
at
the D1 S.uto
may be visible on a particular Ktcel will be interviewing engineers
211!!,
prut'.
They will also interview Thursday. Journ.i !ism Return proofs to room
f!ui!ilinq.
Jiieht, i.s given on the 5:30 p. m.
The Appalachian Llectric Power tSi 'J c t C
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newscast.
o. will interview engineers and: .,not sun 00
mnmi,
,..,ioh
tmr. Upper, Pair and Secoti'l
homo economists on Wednesday N" "
c u toii.ers.
Many Navy vessels distill their CU1Ui rri11UI Nil, ... .
Strei t ate 2
For details
J.
mil University extension 2332. Ask for
drinking water from the sea. but
Joseph Schwer.
it i.s an expensive process.
LOST - Pair of black rimmed R'.asses.
WIDt
mechanical pencil.
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The one motion picture that has commanded the
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Semester Half Over But Parties Continue

KOni KTS
Society Ilditor """
Cnc weekend follows another
v.ith nartios, parties and more
parties' and before we know it, the
will be over. It's hard fo
Lfheve that it is already half over,
Lut mid-terare beginning to
convince me.
It seems like thinps would bein
to slow down since the tests are
speeding up, but it's not so. The
little social caly ANN

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have a gap in it.
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take this weekend. It's the end
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cncf rt tomorrow ni ht. and a
name band dame scheduled
nicht at Joylai.d. Study?
Tonicht. Fred Wariiv; and his
Pennsylvanians will appear at the
roup is
Coliseum at 8:15. The
appearing as a part of the conceit
series and admission will be by II)
cards or Community Concert
Series tickets. Fred Waring his appeared here before in this scries
and certainly deserves the return
invitation.
The S.Ks have planned .1 hie
wrrknxl which start tonight and
winds up Sunday. They are planning; a house party weekend where
the guvs move out of the house
and their dates move in.
Tomonow afternoon Kentucky
meets Xavier on Stoll Field at
2:00. Let's hope the weather will
be a little better this wed: than it
was last week. Since this is
an afternoon i;ame. it lias

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y u want, rather than a st',c
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house parties
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fraternities. lhill's .ire h.ninsj
a Sun.rcnl Pesire party where
everyone chess t. n r. escnt their
iiippusMtl desire. The Kappa Sis
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and to her lieutenants Pat Humph3:00 rey and Darlene Seheibel.
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3:00
president; Mary Ann Smith,
representative; Jennie
Robinson, music chairman; Sharon
Cheatham, social chairman; V. P.
3:00 Van Meter, activities chairman;
and Betty Locan Lehman, scire-- .
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MONDAY, NOV. 17

Announcing

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Kccneland Hall Faculty Tea
DTD Tea
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men's honorary. The concert will
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Umvf.rsitv of Kentucky

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Jim Hampton,

SCHOOL YEAR
Editor-in-Chi-

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Lakhy Van IIoose, Chief Sports Editut
Sctcs Editor
Ann ItoBF.nfs, Society Editor

Tekut Ashley, Businest Manager
John Mitchell,

Norman McMullin,

Photographer
Marilyn Lyvcrs and Jmly renncbakcr, Proofreaders

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Manager

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FRIDAY'S NEWS STAFF

Rill IIammons, Editor
Scottie IIflt

Jane Hmwuson, Asvorrfe Editor

Sports Editor

NSA: Should We Join?
For a month Student Congress lias
been debating the question of whether UK should join the National Student Association.
We have looked into the question
tin's week, and since SC will vote on
the question Monday, the findings
we made should he presented now;.
NSA has over .'500 member schools
and is designed to encourage student
action and thought in a number ol
varied liclds. The organiation deals
not only with problems that arise in
the area of student government; it
also takes stands on national and international quest icpt
We
contend that NSA will
be a panacea for all our ills at UK,
nor do we claim that its stands on
these
vital national and international questions are in complete accord with the viewpoint of
;he UK student
body or of the
South.
We do feel, however, that NSA has
kome good features which should
be pointed out and that some possible
misconceptions
about
the
organiation must be cleared up.
do-no-

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so-calle- d

It is thereby able to provide a member

school with possible solutions to these
problems. In this lespect, NSA. would
be a gieat service to UK student
government by making the. researc h
of various SC committees lar more
el lie itn t and accurate.
We have heard that some people
believe the organiation has Communistic learnings. This idea we reject completely.
In the first place, the NSA constitution states that the organiation
Lilian and
is non-sethat is, it does not endorse party platforms or candidates. Since its conception in ID If), no reliable studies
have found the organiation to be
"pink" as some people have assumed.
Our inemhersip in NSA would
gieatly aid the removal of misconceptions about Kentucky which exist
in other areas of the country. This,
for us, would be a distinct advantage.
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A Thought On WUS
To the Faculty and Students

our viewpoint

of

the

Univcisitv:
in

higher education all over the woi Id.
These aie times for reassessment and
new elfort. Each of us has a delinite
personal responsibility to bestir himself and give assistance to worthy
students of other nations.
proThe constructive,
gram of Woild University Service provides the means for us to make the
contributions which will answer some

1VUS

Drive

In Support Of Learning
Students in the United States enjoy the highest peak of education in
the historv ol the country. We have
;tt our disposal unlimited numbers of
Mhools, texts, and school e(jui)ment
;tt cveiy level of education. But with
these extensive chances to learn, we
-oft-

some slu
dents in the world would like to
learn more but do not have the facilities or money to' do so.
Can it be justified that these
en-mefhtok-the

fart-that

stu-tlen-

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are denied further educational
advantages because natural, economical, or politic ial disastx have isolated their chances?
The World University Service does
Jiot think, so. Its thesis is "The student, and the university where he
Mudies, have alwavs been the hope
of the world."
It is because of thisvtheoiy that
"WUS has become an agency for relief when learning is terioriecl or
stricken. Not only does it help
lives in suit ken areas by
food, blankets, medicine
;ind shelter, it also pi ov ides books,
pie-ierv- e
dis-tiibutin-

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wiiting equipment and educational
Mipplics lor the needs of the human
mind.
It helped in Europe to build clormi-toiieand piovide medical assistance
;ind to oiler
scholaiship aid; in
Afiica to promote an
uni

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all-Aliica- n

versity conlcrente; in the Middle East
to erect housing and provide
and medical siipplics;.in the Far East
to build I B wards, luinish books and
oiler scholarships.
It helped in Southeast Asia
by
building and cquiping dot mitories,
providing books and giving medical
aid; in the United States by olleiing
subsides for practial scholarships and
surplus food distribution to needy
students.

of the needs of o'ur fellowmen.
Through the provisions ol books,
medical services, student housing, and
other essential elements to educational endeavors, World University Service is making a distinct contribution

and deserves the support of every
'
student and fatuity member.The pel sons working on this ch iv e
will be calling VVn ou S(on. Please
help the Woi Id University Service
through vour contributions.

X-ra-

Fr.WK C. Dickey
F'iu

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Sometime in the next few days you
vvill be asked to contribute to WUS,
and the Kernel urges all students to
support the fund drive. Your contribution, no matter how small, will
be welcomed. And in giving it, vou
may rest assured that somewhere a
less fortunate person than vou will
benefit by vour thoughtlulness.

A

Intelligence appears to be the only
thing that enables a man to get along
without education. Education appears
to be the only thing that enables a
man to get along without the use'
ol his intelligence.
o

E. WinCim.

A.'
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Things have come to a heluva pass
Wlmi a man can't cudgel his own
jatk-ass- .
out W'attcrson.

siulm

Hidden Statue

To The Editor:
wish vou would biin' to the
ol the fac u'lty (and the student
body) the fact that we have in the
King Library a large, expensive, life--si- e
I

at-tenli-

statue (If Fin not mistaken it's
the great Jefferson) stuck away in a
claik, little used hallway, wheie lew
ever pass and (fewer) notice it. It
sites between a dilty telephone booth
and a lire extinguisher.
It would be an appropriate and
perhaps .inspiring decoration lor that
great, open, hugely empty lover where
practically all students pass,' and many
linger.
Tom C. McKfwky

SUB Snooze

Kernels:

To The Editor:
Alter walking with a still neck and
disjointed skeleton from trving to
sleep in the Student Union Building,
it occuiied to me that theie is a
student need that could be, but isn't,
lullilled.
And that is, he needs a plate wheie
he tan sleep' lor an hour without
waking up leeling like Fi ankenstt in's
monster. Study thete aie some sp.ue
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The

mattresses atomic! and a suitable place
lor. this to be accomplished.
I would be glad to. help woi k out
.Is.t'.iL llllll 'mi ikim
1111
llllllfV-lULilll-lllIMIl Ul' iliii.t-- tlii
is leasible and "who is in a posiidea
tion to do something about it.
i

Theseaic indeed anxious times

far-sighte-

From

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The Readers' Forum

non-politic-

NSA has
something to offer UK. It is a step in
the right direction. We would not
be obliged to take everything the
The one feature that stands out organiation does as gospel truth, but
as1 an intelligent
about this group is its vast storestudent body we
would be able to use NSA to lit our
house of ideas for UK student government. As a national group, NSA keeps needs and our problems!.
a complete file on various topics and
And, like everyone else, we have
problems of various member schools. plenty of both.
.

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Be;t Xavici, l;ike Monday oft.

Race

After-Th- e

To Cooperstown Residents:
While

lcgict, naturally, that I
was not t let ted to sciv e vour interests
as mavor of Cooperstown, I do not
let! that the rate wasjuttcily t utile
I believe
moie people have come
to feel there is a place lor a woman
as mavor; I'm soiiy that I just wasn't
I

the woman lor the job! However,
mavbe my l.ice will help pave the
way loi anolhet woman to win in the
lutuie. She will ten. duly have my
good wilies!
I want to use this means to publicly congiatulate Mr. Nde. Fin sine
he will be