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president · · ·
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grayson, kentucky
president-elect
ted b. bates ’52 features:
lexington, kentucky _ _
8 basic education
treasurer 12 Englnslwlrhnstory, scrence, rpath
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secretary, director of alumni affairs 20 Smgletary Says no
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‘ planes found that 20 percent ofthe pilots The tests will be made on spines taken
  sustained damage to their spines. The from monkeys that have died in other I
The recently-completed Tobacco and spine has to take the primary load. When laboratories. Several labs have agreed ,
Health Research Institute building was the pilot ejects himself he is subjected to send monkey spines tothe UKfacillty. j
dedicated in April. The $3.7 million to high gravity, or ‘G', force and experi- Test information obtained at UK and . 4
structure, financed through a half-cent ences tumbling and high wind blast," from other laboratories will help to find
ber baekagetax en cigarettes. will bring Larrerty said. the optimum ejection seat design and {
together Institute scientists who have Latterty said the average person {gan the best ejection system, Lafferty said. ,
been scattered across campus in other withstand about 25 (;·s in statio_ or very Other institutions are working on sepa—   j
buildings. slow, loading situations without serious rate phases ef the spinal irliury breb- ,
The dedicatory address was given by spinal injury_ This means hg oan take lems. .
Thomas O. Harris, Kentucky commis- about 25 times his normal weight, Data obtained in the studies will also
sioner of agriculture. ·‘Aotua||y, the structure of bone is be made available to the General Motors ,
About 90 people are employed by the ideal. It has a hard outer layer and a atm? crash STUGY Di09l'3m-  
Institute, whose mission, in the words of ‘honeycomb‘ interior. This makes for a ,  
the Kentucky law establishing the pro- very well designed structure when you  
gram, is "to prove or disprove the consider strength to weight ratio. Nine at UK Become Q
charges against tobacco products and "Of course, there is a limit to what Danforth Associates  
to preserve and strengthen the tobacco bones can stand before they break.    
industry and tobacco programs in this Bones can take more weight at high Nine University of Kentucky faculty l
Commonwealth." impact than they can at a slow, steady and staff members have been appointed it
In its seven years of operation, the build up of pressure." to the national Danforth Associate Pro-  
Institute has realized about $18 million The limits of bone strength at high gram, sponsored by the Danforth Foun-  
from the cigarette tax and has spent impact—such as pilot ejection-is what dation of St. Louis, Mo., for a six-year I
$16.7 million in its program. Lafferty’s research is all about. term.  
Lafferty explained thatmcstpllcts who They are Dr. James R. Barclay, it
are injured receive damage at the juno- department of educationl psychology l
  ture of the lumbar and thoracic spine. and counseling, and his wife, Dr. Lisa
Spinal Injuries This is the lower middle ofthe back near K. Barclay, department of human devel-
Subiect of study the last rib. opment and family relations; Martha
  "For the pilot to eject from a disabled Beth Hicks, College of Nursing; Dr. Wil- I
The University of Kentucky Wenner- airplane he has to setoffarocketdevice. liam B. Lacy, department of sociology,
Gren Laboratory has received a $40,071 This device blows off the canopy and and his wife, Dr. Laura R. Lacy, depart-
research contract to study the problem hurls the pilot into space. He will experi- ment of biochemistry; Dr. Suzanne C. .
of spinal injuries to Air Force pilots who ence some tumbling and flailing of the Martorano, department of psychology,
have ejected from their aircraft. Iimbs," Lafferty said. and her husband, Dr. Raymond D. Mar-
Dr. James Lafferty, director ofthe lab- "We will be conducting various tests torano, also of psychology, and Dr. T. ,
oratory, part of the UK College of Engi- on bones to try and determine the limits Benjamin Yandell, department of psy- i
neering, says that pilots sometimes sus- of bone strength under these impact chology, and his wife, Mrs. Carol M. {
tain spinal injuries when ejecting them- loading situations. Using a hydraulic Yandell, staff benefits program. ·
selvesin emergency situations from high piston test system, our tests will begin Associates are invited to attend three i i
speed aircrafts. The contract is with the at very slow speeds and progress to very biennial conferences with the cost of ,
U. S. Air Force. fast. We'II do shear stress and torsional lodging, hospitality, and program paid Q
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s 26 and 28 8 p.m., Guignol
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July 14, 15, 21, "Black C0medy" Bldg. General
24 and 30 8 p.m., Guignol admission $3.50
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Bldg. General 27 and 29 Back, Red Ryder?"
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by the Foundation. Associates also are cided each term by the U.S. Supreme Times Book Section as a "tour de force
l eligible to apply to a College Project Court, but that "such a narrow focus of fiction."
l Fund for support of team projects in- blinds us to other court activities that A native of South Carolina, Davenport
j A volving students and faculty. Other ac- contribute heavily to the operation of our holds degrees from Duke and Harvard
S tivities include area conference on edu- social and political systems." universities and Oxford University in En-
s j cational issues. The Distinguished Professor is se- glahd. where he WHS a Rhodes Scholar.
s The activities under the Danforth pro- lected each year by faculty members of
r gram are designed to encourage effec- the College of Arts and Sciences. lt is  
‘ r tive teaching and to humanize teaching the highest professional recognition ac- Hlghéf TUIIIOI1
l`   and learning in the campus community. corded a mambaf ofthe faculty by 'lhaf Sel for FaII ’77
`_ ¥ member's colleagues. The selectee is  
f given a semester’s leave and at the end lYl0el_ eludeme at Kemuekfe Public
O ·   of that time presents a lecture in which llnlvelsllles Wlll ee peVlll9 e lllgllel eesl
S   High-Flbéf Diet he discusses results of his research. lil lhslltgtiilcallxl gait lgll· ills geeixll
l Slwwe Pwmiee Uleeee leeleie ieee Wee   goirsiiiiloliiis)tTbif::lsligiJh(;?E(31i)J§ati0¥i. 6
r To Diabetes PEHBIHS saces Ol Powen Conlllcl Management The chart on the next page summa-
i -—————————— ·¤ the U5- Suprerhe Cem" He ee·¤ the rim the mam of me increase for me
  A University researcher has developed little—publicized activities of the court are University Or Kentucky and the Com-
  a diet rich in high fiber foods which critical for processing disputes in the m0nwealth’s seven other state scnoois
ii shows promise in the control and pre- American political system and fulfilling The new rates will increase tuition
N   vahfi0h of diabetes. the role of the court in managing social from 14 fe 45 Per cent elell State l{mYel·
d   Nine Of Di»·_ James Andersonls patients Conflict. S|tI€S except th€ UnIV€TSIty of LOUISYIIIB,
"   who faithfully followed the diet were able Wllele llllllell hes been slll¥’slellllellY
l'   to give up daily injections of insulin hlghaf than at Other state schools since
ll   which had been required to control their  i.j__..._; gg? L lcmsd the System Several years
ll bl°°d_sugal‘ All mlm hed been lakmg Colleagues Elect Tuitionfor Kentucky residents attend-
y’ ll 20 ulllls O" less el lllsllllll Davenport for Award ing community colleges will not change
ly Wllll Killeen Weld elle DV Tee Klellm·   although out-of-state community college
la Dr. Anderson developed the high-car- Dr. Guy Davenport, professor of En- students wjjj pay an addnjonaj $10 per
’l' bohydrate, low-fat, high-fiber diet which glish, has been named by his colleagues semester.
le includes grain breads and cereals, as the UK College of Arts and Sciences It was the first tuition increase since
ll'   pears, carrOtS_ appigsr Sweet pgtatggs Distinguished Professor for     Sil'TC€ that time, 3CCOTdiT`|Q to H3|'|'y
V· l and beans. The distinguished professor honor is $_¤VdeVi €>ei963. DeV· future. The council urged the staff to
Y‘ But vital, Court Activities enport is one ofthe nation's outstanding make periodic reviews of the tuition
lll·   critics and writers, His recent book, rates, rather than waiting another four
ln his Distinguished Professor Lecture Tat/ini, a collection of six short stories, 0I' flV€ V€8l'$· The Ve8$0m¤9 Wee milf
ee A presented in April, Dr. S. Sidney Ulmer has proved to be one of the significant Walflnq euell *009 Pellees llleleeses llle
el r said that traditionally attention has been pieces of American fiction in recent lmllledlale lmpect el all lllslease ee the
ld   focused on formal opinion cases de- years and was termed by the New York Students Continued next page
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competition in ceremonies held in At- Q
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Tuition rates at Kentucky colleges
 
 
Current Fall Current Fall Significant Aettymes
School tuition 1977 Change tuition 1977 Change Of Faculty and Staff
In-state students Undergraduate Graduate RUSSSII RICE, sports Informattony has
UK $240 $275 +14.6% $265 $310 +17.0% been named to a two-year term as presi-
U Ot t_ 340 275 -19]% 340 310 - 30% dent of the Southeastern Conference
All other universities 210 240 14.3% 235 275 +17.0% iggts '"i°'""a1‘°" D""°1°'S ASs°°‘“'
Community colleges 195 195 None Not applicable +06 Thomas poe Cooper Award for
  s
Out_°f_Stat€ students Outstanding Research has been pre- t
  sented to Lowell P. Bush,agronomy. He 1 .
  was honored at the annual awards ban- ?
4 U of L 990 990 None 990 990 Nerie quet of the College of Agriculture, when I
All other universities 475 600 + 26.3% 500 700 +40.0% e number ef ether ewerde arid $eh0ier· t
“  I N I. bf _ _ ships also were presented.  
Commumty colleges 490 500 + 2 0% ot app ica e Barbara YOungIJ€ffBISOn Commumty   I
|n-sta[e Qu{-ef-g[a[e College, has been selected as the g I
  YWCA’S Outstanding Woman Educator   I
Law schools of the year for the Louisville-Jefferson 1 1
UK $240 $350 +45.8% $605 $875 +44.6% 00;"2VI5"00· I I _ I _ _ h 2 ~
eels . . asar,e ec rica engineering, as 2 ,
  been appointed the IEEE U_S_ repre- _
NKU 000 050 · 7-9% 700 075 + 250% sentative to the International Committee _
- for Conference on Electrical Machines. {
  Florence Parker, extension service, t
  $455 $000 + 319% $903 $1250 + 00-5% was recognized as Outstanding Special-  
U of L 540 600 +11.1% 990 1,250 +14.7% ist at the recent annual banquet of the .
Association of Kentucky Extension Spe- 1
Denial $¢h¤¤i5 cialists. At the same meeting, Sue Bur-
·L&_ $455 $600 $31.9% $903 $1,250 +38.5% rier was installed as vice—president and 1
U Ot t_ 020 000 _ 4.4% 1,090 1,250 .1.203% Bette Jo Dedic as secretary ofthe group. 1
  Three extension agents received the  
Lexington Herald Staff chart Distinguished sarviaa Aware given by tI
the National Association of Extension tl
Home Economists at the annual meeting  
    in Portland, Oregon: Jerri Cockrell, r
200 Elderly Persons Grad Studenfs Research agentin Henrycounty;Sue Stivers, Adair
Feeug of Medieal Care wins High Recognition county,· and Marguerite Hart, Lewis
Study   county. 3
  A research project by a graduate stu- Doris Tichenor, home economics ex-
Members of the Department of Com- dent in animal sciences has won a high tension, spoke at two regional meetings
munity Medicine have been closely fol- award from the American Society of An- recently, at the North Carolina Annual
lowing the physical functioning, activi- irnal Sciences. Extension Conference, and at the Ala- 1
ties and general health status of 200 Susan (Haiker) Hayes. working with bama State Extension Conference. 1
elderly personsin the Lexington area for Tim S- Siahiy arid Gary L- Cromwell. Norbert W. Tietz, pathology, was key-
the last three years. swine nutrition specialists, and Thomas note Speaker at the Northeast Section 1
Under contract with the U.S. Health H- J0h¤S0rt. Deuiiry Dredueiierl Special- meeting of the American Association for 1
Resources Administration in conjunc- ist, as a research assistant in the depart- ettnteet enenttetty nerd teeentty in Bee- I
tion with other federal agencies, the ment established that phosphorus avail- ten_ ‘
team has sought to determine costs of ability is much higher in wheat and Cen J, peten Community neettnt and
medical care to elderly people, along barley than in corn. As an under- Jghn D_ gerkrandy ettnteet peeteret  
with any other problemsthey may expe- graduate, Susan won the Oswald Un- eeunsertngi have Contributed Chapters 1
rience. information obtained will be used dergraduate Creativity Award in biologi- te e reeen[|y pubttsned book. Teachings *
toimprove community service to all older cal science. in the Health Professions. B
residents of Fayette county. Susan was given second place in the Cl t
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6   top twenty teams in the nation during the school scorer, man or woman, last year YOW is trying to add Immaculate OT Delia
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ll'   season record of 19-7 and averaged 71 Her parents, Hilton and Lib Yow, were 4 ea _ Y
le l points a game. The LadyKats, picked to high school starsinthe1930s and passed Y
B`   finish last in the Kentucky Women's In- on their love of the game to their three
    tercollegiate Conference (KWIC), wound daughters, all of whom were outstanding Debbie Yow
l t up third behind Western and Morehead. players and are college coaches. Kay, _
p·   Leading scorerforthe season was center the eldest, coaches the powerful North Glrrs Basketball camp
le l» Pam Browning who tallied 643 points. Carolina State women‘s team with the Re9l$ll'ell0n$ are being eccepled pn e
DY   She was followed in scoring by Janet help of her assistant and sister, Susan mel c0me*ll'$t $en’ed peels lc" the mel
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lg   man (sister of former UK guard Ray Edel- the expertise of middle sister, Debbie. be held eh the UK cempde in JdlV- There
’ll· . man) with 282 ano Debbie Maok with 252. Aher a devastating 107-53 loss to Ten- will be M0 Camp S€SSl¤¤S—~l¤lv 17-22
all Browning was touted as a potential All- nessee in the season opener, Yow was end JUIY 24*29 lc" Qllls egee l2 lnledgn
HS l American, but coach Debbie Yow admit- stunned, but she got the team on track nl9n Scncel $enl0l’· Resident eempefe
l ted that Browning‘s prior lack of expo- and the LadyKats won the next three Wlll llVe ln UnlVel'$ltV l’l0¤$l¤9 end hel/6
X` sure in such a talented Association for games and then upset fourth-ranked lllfee meelsaday f¤r$125 Der Week. The
gs Intercollegiate Athletics for Women Tennessee Tech 72-70. After this win, ¤0mmUTeFfeel$$80 Derweekincludlnga
Ial , (AIAW) region (which includes the states Debbie heard from Adolph Rupp, who daily lunch and dinner. To register, write
e* t of North and South Carolina, Tennessee, asked. "Wnar are you trying to do. beat pebble Y°l”`$ L¤°YK¤l easkelball Came
  Virginia, and Kentucky) mtgnt prevent my ,»oooto·;·· Thoro oouio bg another UK Women's Intercollegiate Athletics,
’y` l her from securing the recognition this basketball legend in the making. PO- B0>< 896. U¤lVef$ltV $T8ll0¤. l-e>