xt76m902057z https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt76m902057z/data/mets.xml University of Kentucky Fayette County, Kentucky The Kentucky Kernel 19540924  newspapers sn89058402 English  Copyright is retained by the publisher. http://www.kykernel.com The Kentucky Kernel The Kentucky Kernel, September 24, 1954 text The Kentucky Kernel, September 24, 1954 1954 2013 true xt76m902057z section xt76m902057z Kernel Changes Looks And Distribution Policy
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A new
change In the distribucoupled with
tion policy mil five the Kernel this (all a new streamlined, tabloid format available not only to every student
but to a!l members ol the laculty and the Alumni Association.
The widening of campus circulation has been made
possible thro-.ga change from the previous pnxtofflrr'
distribute n to a Friday morning distribution at 10 key
spots on the campus.
The charge-ove- r
to a tabloid style publication in
refular sunesters has been under consideration for sevwas adopted chiefly to facilitate readeral months and
ing and handling The summer editions have long been
published in tabloid style.
Dr. Mel Plummer, director of the School of Journalism. In announcing the new lcxik for the Kernel, re

floor slady room; the Joarnalisas Building on the first
floor corridor; the line Arts Building on the Ant floor
near the front entrance; Mrey Hall ati the ground
floor hall near the east entrance and the first floor kail
near the east entrance; and Latterly Hall near the aaaln

quested that students arid faculty members take only
one copy of the Kernel from the various distribution
points on the campus. Otherwise a shortage of newspapers will develop. Dr. Plummer emphasised.
Bright, blue Kernel distribution boxes have been set
up at 10 strategic locations throughout the campus, providing students and faculty members with easy access
to a copy of the student newspaper.
The distribution location Include the Student In Ion
with a Kernel newsstand at the ground entrance near
the doorway to the (irill and on the first floor near the
ntagailne desk; the I duration Building where the Kernel
box is located at the main entrance near the dean's
office; White Hall at the east entrance; Margaret I.
King Linrary at the west entrance; the Agriculture
lluilrting in the main hall; Anderson Hall an a second

entrance.

Ronnie Butler will serve as editor this year Other
staff members Include Debbie Krhwan. manssmi editoi.
Barbara Morgan, assistant managing editor. Ken l.lirh-ftclneas editor; and Don Henry, assistant nrws editor,
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Tommy Preston has been named as feature editot.
with Bill Billiter writing features and a weekly column.

New columnist this year will be Ray Hornbark with hi.
"R. H. Factory." Editorial cartoons are draan by Dav
Nakdimrii Ororge Kopcr heads the sports department.

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Kenton To Rehearsals
UK Enrollment Soars Play Here Scheduled
To 6,12622 Gain October21'jAt Guignol
Even if registration was a little slower this time than before it was
interesting. The young man in th! center, for instance, is trying to
find alien the next plane for Bucharest leaves.

Stan Kenton's Festival of Jazz
the 12 presentations
Tryouts for the Ouiirnol Thea-- i
Com-- i trr's opening production.
"Detec-- ,
I'.iirolliiieiit at UK has already soared 22 per cent over the scheduled for the 1954-5- 5
munity Concert nnd Lecture Scries, tive Story , have been scheduled
total unmix r of students enrolled at tlie end of registration
by the Metro- - for 7:30 tonight in the Ouieno:
A performance
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Figures released by Registrar iratern.us Deiore ne can pirotre
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ested in actniK. directing, or any
registration show tion ends at noon tomorrow HowWednesday's
secreBest,
Mrs.
that 6.12G students have enrolled ever, enrollment has already passed tary of I. D.culturalexecutivehas an- phase of production work is en
series,
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couraged to attend the openint'
in coaises on the campus, the the predicted 6.000 mark
nounced that 350 tickets are now tryouts
school of Pharmacy at Louisville
Dr. Mills expressed appreciation available on a
e
first
A cast of 34. including 25 me:,
and the Northern Center at Cov- of the
students gave
ington. Tins is 1,119 more students in accepting changes in the regis- served basis.
The remaining supply of tickets and nine women, will appear it
than had enrolled at the same tration procedure this year.
will be available to persons moving the Guignol's openint: production
tune last year.
run beMarking System Changed
' to Central Kentucky since the scheduled for a four-claIn a breakdown of figures. S.449
27.
Changes in the University markdrive for tickets closed Marc h 6. ginning Oct.Story''Sidney KillKslcy't
registered on the campus, com'
recently coming system, requirements for gradmembers,
student "Detective
pared with 5.138 last year: 147 en- uation, and probation procedures new faculty
youth orchestra mem- - pleted an extended Broadway run
rolled at the School of Pharmacy, were passed by the University Fac- .wives and
Academy Award
and was given an
compared with 128 last year: and ulty duiin:' the summer This new bers.
Tickets are priced at $8 for nominating treatment m Holly530 students have completed regis- - system is effec tive for all students
14 years of wood. Kirk Douglas starred in the
(5 for
tration at the Northern Center, at the beginning of this semester. adults. under,children for student' movie version.
age and
and S5
144 more than last year.
Dr. Mills has announced.
w ives and youth orchestra niem-- I
Produc tions Scheduled
Freshmen Increase
The new regulations concerning bers.
University
are well
olflcials
Three other productions have
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Other events scheduled in this
pleased with the 15 per cent inyear's Community Concert series been scheduled by Ouignol for
crease in this year's freshman
include the Amsterdam Concert-- , presentation this school year. They
class. Last year's registration flg- grbouw Orchestra on Nov. 3: the include "Uncle Vanya" by Anton
lues show 1.480 freshmen enrolling.
World Atfairs Council on Nov. 18: Ctuklmf. an arena style producComplete enrollment figures will
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Thornton
' Marguerite
Higgins. who repot ted tion set for Dec.
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accounts of the Korean Wilder's "Skin of Our Teeth",
The last chance for students War for a New York newspaper. scheduled for the first week m
to have Il pictures taken this w ill speak on Nov. 30; Jan Pearce. March, and a tentative production
semester will be in a special sesMetropolitan 0era tenor on Dec. of "Mister Root rts" by Thomas
Heggen and Joshua Logan, as the
sion today and tomorrow. Pic0; Arthur Treacher with a hutures will be takei. on the east morous lecture on Jan. 11; Walter theater group's May production.
concourse of Memorial ColiCHeseking. pianist, on Feb. 22; the
UK faculty members and local
seum from 8:10 to It noon and Berlin Philharmonic is scheduled townspeople will be given an optoday. Saturday's March 7; and the Robert Shaw portunity to save tl.25 on Ciuignol
1:30 to 5 p.m.
schedule is from 8:30 to 13 noon. Chorale and orchestra concludes Theater admission prices this year
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fraternity ruth are being used dm- ing the current rush week by
the UK Intertratemity Council.
Charles Pahm r. IFC president,
announced, rail formal rush for
the fraternities began Sept 16 and
will end on bid day, next Tuesday.
The IFC has inaugurated a pa- trol squad to check on rush violations during the entire rush period.
The patrol group, called the "goon
fMiuao ," is co:i.))om1 of eight IFC
delegate w ho make
ei lochi a!
checks ilurina i j..h hours on the
trnteriii'v houses.
Twj IK' members pativl tne
men', dormitories unit place, witn-i- .
as iuw
in Lexington, Hau-nnci.visl !;s
br.'ri tiiMdec' iii'j t III
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fhet k the h'u es
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lor I'niversity ot!i- rials as well as married veteran
'students living there soon will
U' replaced ly a 21 million
dollar apartment building project.
rians were approved this
week calling loo the raing of
all l.'tMiperstown units and con-- .
structing on the same area 11
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modem apartment structure
patterned after the units on
fraternity row.
Actual construction work on the
new. modern Coocrstown is not
exectcd to begin until June. 1955.
Families occupying the housing
units this year will have little
worry of moving until next summer
Money for the , giant building
program for ;uurried students will
through a
be financed
bond issue, to be reined on income
during that criod Rental
received
fees are expected to be hiked to
cover the expenses of utilities, insurance, and debt amortization.
All Phases Covered
All phases of the Coopeistown
building program structures, furnishings roads. util;tii". architects'
lees, landscaping and bond issue-- are
covered in the estimated $2
million construction cost.
Adequate housing l"r married
students has been a problem at l"K
as well as many other universities
m recent years. The University's
two housing projects for married
students- - Cooperstow n and
have accommodated only
498 married veteran students and
Shaw-l.eetow-

their lamilies--.
In contrast, the new housing
project will provide quarters for
No
more than 1.000 persons.
mention was made of any planned
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A rWm enrollment
tin'if! bv t'l iwrMtv officials
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be 19m down.
"More thn seven years have
passed since this illiive was etab-llhedtlie tT,Hersitv president
"The house, made of
remarked
have rilMnte-wiate- d
llimsv material'-to the ertenr that It Is riot
to repair
prntiiable
financially
then The village will mmhi be a
slum an a if somcthum is not done
about it "
I nit. Moved In '4ft
The present Co rstow n unit
were moved here from C harlcston,
Indiana in 1940. The CniverMty
wns forced to spend more than
t.'.O.fXN)
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from its non-ta- x
funds to finance the building of
sewers, roads, and electrical lme$
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to expect that the
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10 IKK) or even li.fHK) .sllldellts by
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Timr li Now
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now timr Uy build these fm illties
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were purchased from the Federal
Oovei nmeiit lollowinu World War
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in on f rat Row. Incidentally, the old Campus
Cop JMi:v ha been shucked for a Jazzed up
station 111(1111 affair. Oh, ain't
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homrv The old box ear shark will be replaced by modern, morr du'ahlr structures,
such a those thr frat boys live land fdayi
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plans pr pared bv I.e:ni;ton arc

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Suedes, Like Furs
Should Never Be
Dry Cleaned!

And An Invitation

Ahull men and their v.iMs--ini- n
il'en rluldi eii - live. The Coomts- laundry is a .small, two.
nun lime and
baii.ed
1rer (omli.na'ion v.Hh an open
drain 111 the iloor
I nils t'alHni Apart
Then turning to the other hous-ji- g
the
.section, Khawneetowii.
Kernel article .stated. "Shawnee-towwhen approached, Uniks like
a deserted army ramp Many of
the unit.s are literally lulling apart
Outside strinpiiiB. 111 many instances, is wrinkling and peeling
off. One house is patched with
metal foil near its foundation"
But these problems will all be
Knre in the planned modern Coop-- 1
rstown coi.Mruction. Each build-i- n
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have a central heating
unit and a central laundrv A
roadway will circle the
project, providing adequate parking area. Playground facilities will

to come into the "House of Sports Personalities"
and select from the finest in men's and ladies"

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shoes Walk in and have a coke
anxious to meet you new students and lock forward each year to you old ones

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SUEDE .CLEANING AND

AMERICAN HATTERS AND
SUEDE CLEANERS
JAMES I. COLLINS, Owner
130 WIST SHORT ST.
Graduate of National Institute of Cleaning and Dying

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is the most important.

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for 7 ye3rt fie enjoyed
Cknoes'Smoofi Mrcfness
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Dot ;i.s I,kicii .iai: "After leaving
the ITniversity of Florida (where I'd
sold year book ads I, I had big, crazy
ideas about making new kinda of
spectacular displays. So I bought a
Brownie and went to New York to
photograph rooftopa. My fli at sign was
a huge, steaming coffee eu on
Broadway. At Age 23 I was staiting
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and rich flavor agree with more people
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THE KENTrCKV KFRNPI.. Friday.

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the social calendar is submitted

"inust be registried lr. the program
director's office, Miss Crui.se rm- phasizrd All dates must be rcg- Kerf.! hu . nm on th
Nn events
pi. reding th, event
ran be ngistertd after that hour
for the week from Friday through
II. e next Tnurlay
It was pointed ou'. that names
and telephone numbers of chaperons who have verbally accepted
the invitation and cf the student
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A meeting of the editorial otaff
of the 19M Kerturk.an w.ll be held
In room 210. J"urr.atim Building,
at 3 o'cl'Wk Monday afternoon.
All student. ui'ereied in work-

Three merr.bers of CK- Art Department were awarded pru.e for
palntir.rs exhibited at the Kentucky State Fair Art nhow Th
exhibit, which began Sept. 10 was
the largest in the Fair history
reRaymond Burr.hart
Prol
ceived second place pne m oils
tor a ' Still late'' w ith green and
red fruit against a deep blue
In the same division Prof
Clifford Amu a. awarded th.rd
place pr.e for his Hrbor'' witti
its upward sweep cf masts ai d

M.r.r.ie Frost Rands iMrs. Robert DeUfieldv 08. and her husband were 'he subierts of a recent
'.r. 'he Lake Wales. Fla
New
where they have built a:id
m'-.ir.to a new home or. S'.ur
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after 30 years in gnveri.-me- r
service
ln charge mu.st be In the program
D: Rar.ds and his famiiv were
director' office not later than 5
se:.' to Java in 1917 to work in
pm. on the Tuesday preceding the
An organtzat.sr.a! meeting of the
riiea-- t
researrh for the Voung Demorr
event. Names of the chaperon- Ciub will lie held
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"lie TirntM has travtved I nion
The Student Cninn Ballroom w
Jim Lvor.. chmrn-.aof the rlub,
, exter.-ivele
' scheduled on a
has invited ult :r.'ere-'efirs'
student
Their new home in Florida con-ta- x to the
basis after next TliarMluv
scrvd
rr.ee'. :.s
a museum where some of
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Mi s Cruise .stated. urgiri: that the;r souvenirs are on display.
nil rereiests for tlie ballrnr.m be T!.e name of the Rands neu home
Lincoln was noaunaied f. r the
submitted before the Thursday and grove is "Karri pone Tasok,". presidency in Chi ago on May IS.
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which time position will be assigned, and work
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Graduate "OR
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Hrqursts for a!', mhi.i1 events pTarmttl In campus organia-lionduring the firt sciik ster must U' complete! and submitted
t Miss Margaret liruee Cruise, program director. I loom 122.
Student Union, no later than next Thursday-Cnmmit-teMiss Cruise pomtiil out that the University
will pass on the applications submitted by the various groups
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In the wa'er color division honorable mention was g.ven to another Ar' IVparment memtxr.
Mi.vs Anne Ouerrant Oreen
Her
an abpinn'ing. ' Interplay."
straction m subtle cilors In ti e
sculpture rla-- - Miss Greene t k
second prue lor her "Heated Oitl '
a small terra coVa
William D Peat dlrecuir of t!.
John Herr r. Art Institute ot
Wi.i the one-mJury
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Ytk C'.fy. reDresented h.s aiira
at the inauguration of Dr
Fr.v.c:- - H Kor:i as fcur'b pre aen cf Pratt Institute, la-- t Mav.
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Fwe; B Cronett, Sr "Jf. a graduate ot the Colleice of Eni;ineerinK.
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maititenance super-vl.siKentucky division, of the
Sou'herr. Beil Telephone and Tele- (traph Co. His home add: ess is
2X5 Sprir.sdale Road.

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How do I come to he writing a column for Phil'p Morris in your
campus newspaper?
I'll tell you how come:
It all began on a summer night. Th- - air was warm, the sky wa
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full of stars, and (
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chair on my verandah,
J. Asher. Jr.. '49. h- - has
peaceful and serene, sni'iking? a cigarette, humming the larg-- from
beer, a member of the faculty at
and TrniiKtiyMratum, and worminif my ting.
Death
State College. Corvallu.
Into this idyllic scene came a stranger a tall, clean limbed
Ore--i
for the past three year-i- . has
loose and lank. "How
and crooked-grinnestranu'er, crinkly-eyepro- jus', bee:: appointed a.sistant
do you do," he said. ' My name is Loose Iaink and ( am with the
fes.or pi psychology at We?:ern
Philip Morris people."
M:cl.:ia:: College. Kalamazoo.
"Enchanted,"
said. "Take off your homburir and sit down." I
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rattan. He is the smartest dog- in our
fa. uitv member o: the East Car- :
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a Morris chair," I said to Mr. I.nnk. "That
"I'm sorry I d.m't
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f Art. held an
would he rather more appropriate
you being with Philip Morris
ext.
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arid all."
Ai:t ' M.(v i:i :(., Conuimiu-t
Well. si'-- , we hud n "ir.y a laugh and cheer over my little witticism.
o: ihe S(:e;)l)erd Men.. r:.u
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When we had 'i'u-- l e. laugh. tig mi cheerim;, vi- wiped our eves nnd
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Mr. Ijuik p
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little sriul-?-- ' a ked Mr. Lank.
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airer jou didn't
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You can imagine how we howled at Ih'rt tme!
"That's a iliMwy!" cri. Mr. Lank, gigirhntc wilill "I must re
member to tell it to AI.ee when I get home."
P.
Lock, who received
"Your wife?" I said
B ? in. mathematics fn m I'K
"Mv father." he said.
u: I1"'"-- was granted the Ma.-te-r
"Oh," I said.
of Metallurgical
Eosineerir.s de-- !
"Well," he said, "let's jret down to business
. How would you lik
gree at the June commencement
a campus column for I'hil.p Morris?
eerc:-e- s
la.t summer at the Polv-- i to writemoney : I said.
tor
fviv.u- Institute of Broofcivn.
"Yes." he said.
N. V.
"My hand, sir." I said und clasped his. Warmly he returned the
pressure, and soft smiles played on our lips, ami our eyes were bright
Lt
Carl C. Huffman.
with the hint of tears, und we were silent, not trusting ourselves
A A; S '53. of Lexington, recently
to speak.
hai oeen named company
"Cigarette?" he said at length.
of Company C. 502r.d
I nodded.
Infantry Regiment. 101-- t
We lit up and puffed contentedly for eight or ten hours. "I underA:rc- rt e
Division. Ft. Jackson,
stand you've made quite a ntudy of college students." said Mr. Iaink.
S C P.obert M. Luthrop. 53.
"Yes," I said, blushing modestly. "I have been collecting them for
hLs
master's degree in
geography from the University of years. I have over four thousand students in my basement right now."
"In mint condition?" he said incredulously,
Georgia at Athens, last Augu.-- t
"Studenta don't come in mint condition," I explained. "They go to
While at Georgia he was elected
look.' "
to n embership in Phi Kappa Phi great expense to acquire the 'beat-u- p
"How interesting," he said. "Tell me something more about them
ai.d Ph: Beta Kappa.
their feeding habits, for example."
H? is now employed h: the
"They are omnivores of prodigious appetite," said. "It is
planning section c! the not to leave food about when they are present. Their favorite wls
food
U S Engineer's Office lr Lou;s- - is a dish called
the Varsity Gasser one scoop raspberry ice, on
scoop raw hamhurger, loechee nuU and maple syrup."
"Fascinating," said Mr. Lank. "And what are student interested
in chiefly?"
"Each other," I replied. "Boy student are interested in girl
students, and girl students are interested in boy students."
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seems to me an admirable arrangement," said Mr. Lank.
"But is it true even in these parlous days of worldwide tension and
dreadful armaments?"
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"It is always true," I said. "It isn't that college students don't
know what's going on in the world. They know all too well. They're
perfectly aware of the number of lumps waiting for them . . . But
meanwhile the limbs are springy and the juieua run strong and
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time is fleeting."
"What will you write about in your column?" asked Mr. Lank. I
'About boys and girls." I said. "About fraternities and sororities-andormitories and boarding houses and dances and sleigh rides
and hayrides and cutting clauses and going to classes and cramming "
for exams and campus politics and the profits of bookstores and convertibles and BMOCs and BWOCs and professors who write new
text every year and the world's slowest humans - the page boys
at the library."
"And will you say a pleasant word about Philip Morris from time
to time?" asked Mr. Lank.
"Sir," I replied, "I can think of no other kind of word to say about
Philip Morris."
We shook hand again then, and smiled bravely. Then he was gonw
a tall silhouette moving erectly into the setting sun. "Farewell,
good tobacconist!" I cried after him. "Aloha, aloha!"
And turiutd with a will to ay typewnu-r- .
w.im im
Tat
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which he said. "ranKcd all the way that they considered Joe McCarthy
srade A to Z. the latter be-i- n a blK Joke. Their prinripal reason
Infested with filth "
U S A. had
was that where
From the Scotch people Chan-rlii- f twenty communists thetheir country
moved to Dublin. Ireland, was Infested with two million. The
v lure he found an unusually laree
Italians were afraid of America
Imputation of sills. Dim learned economically and Russia only bethat the average marrying ane f(ir cause of their military power.
women is 27, fur men, 33,
An Impressive audience with the
The Chandler party, taking in Tope In Rome was a grand climax
(mints of interest was disap- In the Italian country. The Pope
pointed to learn that they had spokp to about S 000 and Used
n.issi-movie actress Oiare Kelly emht different lani'iiai:es for his
hv three days. They wore both in talk
ii city named Cork.
And then, on to Paris! Dan asThe FiiRli-.were friendlv and sured me that it is eveivtluni; we
a bin surprise." Dan l.ae learned to believe lrom the
th.it cume ns
t"ld me.
Billboards hid much of Eiffel Tower down to the exthe World War II bomb damanc, pertly constructed
underground.
bi.t it was still very noticeable."
A final question
was did
Tlir UK .student's heaviest praise
unusual excitinu:
happen
mid warmest feelings- went Rencr-n'i- v that ou have forgotten. "Noih-into the Dutch. The cleanliness
except we did run over a
o the lrind, beauty of the fields w hale coniinii across."
ami lawns, color of the flowers
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