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VOLUME XXXI

DOUBLE PIANO

SLATED MONDAY

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Sunday's Program
Schedules Duet
By Staff Members

Will Be Presented,
Stratton To Speak

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Adele
South Gcnsemer and John Shelby
Richardson
will be presented at
4 p.m. Sunday, in Memorial Hall,
as the third of the season's Sunday
afternoon musicales.
Miss Genscmer. director of Patterson hall, is official accompanist
for the Women's Glee club and has
appealed as soloist on numerous
occasions.
PROF. E. S. GOOD
A graduate of the New England
Xiitioitul fin: nil kiii to him
Conservatory of Music. Richardson
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to tinis an instructor of piano in the lot oiilstnndiir' m i i
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music department and has taken
part In former musicales as accompanist for visiting professional
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GAINES NAMED

PANHELLENIC
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Selection Of Yearbook Queen.
CADET COLONEL
OF UK REGIMENT Popular Man Will Highlight
Boughton, Reid,
Kentuckian Dance Tomorrow
Allen And Cloud

ANNUAL BANQUET

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Presentation of pledges will
highlight the annual Panhellenic
banquet at 6 p. m. Monday, in the
Bluegrass room of the Union building, according to Virginia Smith.
Panhellenic president.
Dr. Dorothy C. Stratton. dean of
women at Purdue university, will
be the principal speaker. Dr. Strat- .. itfc",i
k Jr ton recently made the opening ad- VINCENT SHEEAN
tir?-:at the 3rd district PanhelHis address will (onsist of
lenic conference held at the Uniand personal
versity of Indiana in Bloomington. let flirtations
(Hints of W orld W'ur 11.
Will Be S1.25
Tickets
AH sorority members are invited
to attend the banquet. Tickets may
be obtained from the dean of
office at $1.25 each before
noon Satuiday.
Guests will be Acting President
and Mrs. Thomas P. Cooper; Dr. and
Mrs. Frank L. McVey; Mrs. Sarah
B. Holmes, assistant dean of women
and sponsor of the local chapter;
Miss Mildred McAfee, president of
s.
Wellesley college; and Maxine
president of Panhellenic
at
Transylvania college.

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Robert U. Gaines. Jr.. engineer
senior from Hopkinsville, was appointed to succeed Lloyd Ramsey as
cadet colonel in the University R. O.
T. C. regiment, it was announced
yesterday by Lieut. Col. Howard
Donnelly.
Gaines is captain of Scabbard
and Blade, military honorary, and a
member of Pershing Rifles. He also
belongs to Tau Beta Pi, engineer
honorary, and Sigma Phi Sigma.
physics honorary.
Appointed as cadet lieutenant col- onels were Robert V. Allen, Coving-- 1
ton; Robert H. Cloud, Louisville;
Sherwood L. Boughton. Lexington;
and Walter P. Reid, Leavenworth.

GREEK CLIQUE
NAMES CONRAD
29 Candidates
Already Nominated
For Queenship

BUDGET

GOES TO COOPER

FOR APPROVAL

Constitutionality
Of Recent Passage

Coronation of the 1941 Kentuc-- ,
kian queen and presentation of the
in'most popular man" on the campus
will highlight the annual Kentuc
vr
kian ball from 9 pm. to nudn.ght.
Saturday, in the Bluetcrass ballroom
week's
A decision to interpret last
of the Union building.
passage of the proposed Student
After the group of candidates for
Government Association budget as
the queenship has been narrowed
an accepted report of the finance
down to ten at an elimination conartists.
Tuesday
highlighted
committee
test at 8 pm.. today, in Memorial
t
The program chosen for the connight's meeting of the student le.Tk
Hall, the queen and four attend- cert Includes "Concerto Grosso. No.
gislature.
ants will be selected by three judges.
2", andel; "The Little Windmills",
Indiana.
The Original passage of the budThe winning candidates will not
by Couperin;
"Schafe Konnen
The four who were named to the get was termed unconstitutional by
be announced
until about 10 30
Sicher Weiden" and "Prelude in
cadet major post were Tom C. Jack- Jack Lovett. A & S senior repreo'clock Saturday night. The contest
E Major", Bach; "Andante and
son, Lebanon; Carl L. Combs, Haz- sentative, who explained that there
is open to the students.
Variations. Opus. 46". Schumann;
ard; Woodford L. Robards and Em- was no enactment clause in the bill.
WILL HM'SER
Twenty-nin- e
sorority candidates
The budget is now in the hands
"Dance of the Soviet Sailors".
ory A. Horn, both of Lexington.
''(. his rhthm. kttil in hunt have been tentatively nominated
Debussy;
of Acting President Cooper, who has
and
Gliere;
"Clouds".
Twelve Captains Named
for the queenship. Nominations will
7!'7 siring.
been asked to return it by the next liall-iii-"Rhythmic Dance", Goossens.
Named as cadet captains were legislature meeting on December 10.
close at 5 pm.. today, according to
Giving a word picture of the Jack L. Cook, Salem; Howard H. Dr. Cooper may alter the document
Eloise Palmore. sales manager of the
world situation in the light of his Curtis, Maysville; Robert M. Drake, if he sees fit.
annual.
Dr. Thomas Poe Cooper, acting
own interpretation. Vincent Sheean. Cynthiana; Melvin F. French, MelOther measures presented to the
president of the University and dean
Candidates Listed
famed American foriegn correspond- rose Park. 111.; George S. Law- legislature were an appropriation bill
rnlleee. will
ourinnltiire
rtf thp
Coeds who will vie for the Kenfaculty, students, rence. Cadiz;. Oscar W. Sellars,
ent, will address
for women's week and a bill to presketch the story of his professional
Swing-dig- s
tuckian posts are Barbara Rehm.
Howard Sellars, Versailles; serve student government records in
and townspeople at 8 p. m. Monday,
speaks at the Saddie
life when he
Maigaret Arnsparger. Mary Lewis
Chester C. Brown, Bernard Johnson. permanent form.
icuuihum imu, me but ycie in Memorial hall.
"Le's dance chillun. le's dance."
land Sirloin club dinner Sunday
Boaz. Billie Dyer, and Helen Cary
oi me kockj' Mountain wood lick,
be able to give an William L. Stephenson, Joe E. Webb, ....The women's week measure was
Sheean will
That's going to be the theme ofnjght in Chicago. His speech is
Blackburn, of Alpha Gamma Delta:
wiU oe shown at 7:30 p. m. today.
-account of the events and William R. Swope, all of Lex- entered by Heen Horlacher. asking
the first informal dance session held! tjtied From Student to Chairman.":
Anna Ruth Burton. Edith Weisen- ington.
reroom
oi
an appropriation of $100. It was
tne Biological in France and England throughout
in the women's residence halls this
The portrait of E. S. Good of,1"
Anne HoeI1 Rhmond.
Announcement was also made of ferred to the rules committee. The
Ann ipoFmn ha': beenmadetothelberPr'
season tonight from 8 to 10:30 p.m. the animal husbandry department Sciences building under the sponsor-wi- ll the historic summer and fall of
16 appointments to the position of records bill was proposed by Roy University Senate for permission to
e University Bacteriology 1940. He was in France when the
Both Patterson and Boyd are enaccepted at the shiP of
be officially
.rimooa
E. Tootns, lo
.Altaoa mnrMant'iFivn fftrpi a nnilnsftnhv rlub under the.
Low Countries were invaded and first lieutenant. They are Charles
tering into the "swing" of things and dinner. Professor Good , will make i5'01'Delta
mm was snown last year at stayed In that country until just Baierlein, Lancaster; Benjamin But- and was also given to the rules' sponsorship of Prof. John Kuiper.
recordings of all the best bands will tne resp0nse
ine
K na rl rf tha
.eia. Kuoy jo ucveaon. Bobby
1crrh v HorartmAn
tne International Meeting of Bacter- - before its collapse under the Nazi ler, Mlton; Robert P. Brown. Fuller-to- committee.
respec
be setting the tempo in their
Onlv one man in the United States
Smltn- of A1Pha
John A. Dunn, Fulton; Roy W.
Action is expected to be taken on!Howard- Bette
tive social rooms.
and Canada is so honored each year. iologists in New York city and was blitzkrieg.
uu
n"ul"
Mullis. Del Mar, Calif.;
Otto
the bill at the next Senate meeting;'"
ry
Resiednts of the halls and their The portrait will be hung in the brought to the campus through the Saw London Bombed
e.
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H. Losch, Shepherdsville; C. E.
Monday. December 9. A meeting to Johnson. Violet Owens. Dora Pe-Sheean was In London throughout
can drop in for any length of club gallery along with those of efforts of Dr. R. H. Weaver of the
dates
and Henrietta Hall, of Delta Delta
London; Edward Davis. George
discuss organization plans will be
time to dance, watch the floor show, noted ranchers, packers, editors. bacteriology department,
the intensive bombing and burning R. Graviss. Raymond H. Hays and
held at 8:30 Dm. Monday in room Delta: Louise Orsborn. Zeta Tau
A11 students are invited to see this of the capital in early September,
or to enjoy the refreshment which research workers, breeders, deans of
Alpha.
Royce H. Reiss, all of Louisville;
201. Frazee halL
will be served.
have contributed to the improve- - Mm- which will be of special interest writing his dispatches between fre- and John U. Courtney, Jack P.
Jane Baynham. Elinor Rouna- The purposes of the proposed club
and Hickey, Samuel N. Johnson, Donald
Patterson is attemping to do agriculture colleges, and others who W students of bacteriology, agricul-me- quent flights to
vail. Ann Conner. Epie Hughes. Ar.ii
are:
something a little different; all those
livestock, tule. and zoology.
other dramatic Interruptions found P. Moloney, and Charles Robinson,
and production of
U To provide for interested stu- - Pettit. and Betty Leo us. of Kappa
who attend their dance must come
city.
in an
Professor Good's contribution to
all of Lexington.
dents a wider opportunity for the Kappa Gamma; and Nell Rice
dressed as a song hit. Alma Tark- - this science is the isolation of the YM-Yto his
Besides strict attention
full and free discussion of philoso- - Wvnn. Jeanne Thiel. Pat Penr.e- ington. Patterson hall social chair journalistic duties, he found timei
Initiation of three undergraduates, phiCal subjects.
baker, and Bette Jane Rers. of Kap- organism that produces miectious
yesterday. Beverly
man. announced
to arrange for the placement of
and 16 graduate students, elected re- abor0on ln marcs naming the ba-- i IS
,2, To encourage a reflective in- - pa Delta,
Griffith, secretary of Boyd hall coun cillus, and perlecting the bacteria
English children in the homes of
cently to Alpha Gamma chapter of terest in contemporary events with; Mayor Will Be Jude
A campus religious council is becil. will have charge of the arrange- for immunization. He has also con-- :
Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary a vjew toward an increased under-- !
American friends.
The nominees will be judged bv
's
ing organized by the YW and
ments for Bovd's dance.
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Prominence first came to Sheean
ducted work on the etiology of the
Comparing economical conditions education fraternity. wiU be held at standing and a' critical evaluation of Lieut. Col Howard Donnelly, head
to share and exchage techof the military
department; T.
disease in cows and sows.
niques, to publici:e and coordinate for his work in covering the Rif during the first World War with a fraternity banquet at 6 p.m.. Wed- current ideologies.
Rebellion in Morocco. He was in those of the present struggle, Dr. nesday. in the Gold room of the
(3, To stimulate among its mem- - Ward Havely. mayor of Lexington;
Mrs. Good, as well as several of religious programs, and to super
bers and on the campus generally a and Mrs. Bob Long, of Latavette
religious projects Jerusalem in 1929 when the
the faculty members of the animal vise
H. B. Price, head of the department Lafayette hotel.
All seniors in the education
100 percent."
with husbandry department, will attend such a Thanksgiving. Christmas,
Cooperation.
riots broke out in that city. of markets and rural finance, told
interest in activities of an in- - studio,
all the phases of the state defense tne banquet, which is being held and Easter programs, and Religious When the German army marched agriculture and extension workers lege, the undergraduates are Frank tellectual nature, whether they be in
Choosing candidates for the "mot
program w as endorsed by directors in connection with the International Emphasis week.
into the Ruhr Valley, he was In Wednesday that the farmer may ex- Bean, Hartford; Martha Frances, science .philosophy, literature or art. popular man" contest resulted in a
Harmon. Perryville; and William CI According to persons interested in flurry of political
of the K i.; icky Municipal league. Livestock exposition.
The council includes represent- - Europe. He has also reported the pect the possibility of holding th
maneuvering
which me: Wednesday at league
organizing such a club, it will at- - among the fraternities vesterdav.
atives of all faiths, Protestant. Ca- - Ethiopian crisis and the three years short end of higher prices as a re- Steele, Richmond.
Graduate students chosen are Ruth. tempt to reaiiZe the aims bv meeting At a meeting of the fraternity clique.
nendquarters on the campus.
tholic. and Jew ish. It is being of civil strife in Spain.
4.
sult of inflation through the
snor.screri bv the "Y" associations in
His "Not Peace But A Sword",
from Glasgow. V.IIIIMUlaS
Representatives
defense program and the Aventt. Berea; Elizabeth Garnett.j bi.wefk!y throughout the year, by John Conrad. Phi Kappa Tau. nd
Garnett. S. C; Virginia K. Shrop-- presenting and discussing papers. Squire Williams, Sigma Chi.
order to foster the finest ideals in written in 1939. contained a warn- European war.
Tort Thomas. Louisville. Danville
Jf
shire, Paris; Mrs. Olva Bridges Wil- -, reviews and debates, and bv spon- - nominated to receive
every way possible on the campus. ing of the conflict that has come
the sup;
Asniana. nuwimg uretn. unu LexAt the closing session of '.he
bazaar, un- - Miss Doris Seward said yesterday.
A benefit Christmas
m.,r.
mtu
to pass in Europe. His other books workers' conference. Doctor Price der. Midway; Roscoe Paris BaUou oruuc. on suitable occasions. Dublic nf th
ington attended the meeting.
Whitley city; Joe Grady Lehman lectures of a philosophical nature. He Will Fly Back
der the direction of the Union
include "Personal History", "San declared that during the first World
Richard Van Hoose
Music committee, will be held from
Felice", "The Tide", "The Pieces of War, "there was a shortage of farm Anchorage:
Conrad, who is now attending
4 to 6 p.m., Monday, December 16
Interfraternity council confers., o
a Fan", and "A Day of Battle".
products, and several warring na(lillhaiTI
Ratcliff
Sarah Elizabeth
and
New members
in the Home
in the Bluegrass room of the Un- in New York, got the nod by a
Tickets for the lecture, held under tions bought heavily in the United
Harry D. Perkins, of Covington; and rr
ion building. Sonny Hall, commit- - Economics club will be initiated at the auspices of the Woman's club of States.
margin, according to authority ..
Mary E. Clarke. Ellen W. Lauden- -' lO
honoring Central Kentucky, may be obtained
the annual banquet
toe member announced yesteiday.
sources, and a number of the ::
is no scarcity of fa"'ia slager. Helen Markwell. Elise Sims
"Now
John N. Gillham. "31). manager of ternities decided "to take a w.
Campus organizations have been Eleanor H. Richards, founder of the at the YWCA office and from di- products there
in this country, and Out Patrick. Elizabeth Wallis. Harriet the order department of a
n
asked to take concessions and to study of home economics. Monday. rectors of the women's residence one
i.
Shortly after Conrad's nouun.v
nation at war is in positio.i
Williams, and Tomie Clarke ation in Syracuse, N. Y.. will discuss
donate all proceeds to local char- - December 9.
the law college submitted W::L ..
halls. Student tickets in the balcony to buy in this country, and it is Bronston. all of Lexington.
"Young Engineers in Industry" be- - as
Dr. J. E. Hernandez, associate pro may be purchased today and to
ities.
popular man" .. .:
their
getting wheat and many other farm
Elizabeth Benge. who was gradu-- 1 fore the University branch of the dida'te. "mcst
Itv JIM WOOI,lKIIGK
Organizations planning to parti- - fessor of romance languages, spoke morrow for 50 cents. Afterwards products
from Canada and Aus- ated from the education college last American Society of Mechanical
on "The Customs of the States Con- only
When Kentuckian editors leai'i
British diplomats maintained their cipate must report to the
tickets at the regular price of tralia."
will be in charge of the ini-- ; gineers at 10 a.m. today in room 202.
that Conrad might not be
of being the world's tee concerning the type of booth trasted with those of Cuba" at the 75 cents may be bought.
tiation ceremonies. Dr. Henry H. ' Engineering building
10.
Home Economics club meeting last
from New York in time for
politicians
this week they plan before December
shrewdest
Hill, retiring superintendent of LexThe speager will be introduced by
Monday night.
elected, in.sii;
they began testing chances cording to Hall.
ington city schools, will be the priii-- 1 Fred J. Fischer, chairman of the pro- dance and thus, if
financial
not be available for yearbook photoof secut ing American
cipal speaker at the initiation ban- gram committee.
graphs, they threatened to disquali- quet.
All-Star- s
fy the clique nominee. But the Greek.-- ;
That England's need of gold had
The Grace and Kurt Graff ballet
got busy at once and notified Controupe, an international group of
become crucial was doubted by
Cat-V- ol
AddrPSSPrad that he must come back to the
15 mne and women, will present a
Washington
observers. Significant
If you missed the Tennessee
campus in time for the dance. Con-- i
performance sponsored by the WAA T Q w
fact is that her condition is get
V OCailOn
game, here's a chance to see
Continued on Paae FourTwo thefts from the University
March 13 in the Henry Clay high
ting somewhat worse; despite claims
what happened.
Rodman Keenon. Lexington at- - buildings were reported to Lexingschool auditorium, it was announc- of propaganda, she is realizing the
Making their final adieu in inter- Moving pictures of the entire
torney, discussed "The Practice ton police by students Wednesday.
halfback since he.
ed yesterday.
effect of German bombs.
scholastic competition. 44 Kentucky jan
contest will be shown at 7:45
law student
KrisR Ma.roarpt. Warren of the nhv. Law" at the first law college con- - Robert Stilz. third-yeauthorized report of the eb-- ; high school football stars, whose was a sophomore. Big Bill Miel laus.
First
p.m. tonight in the Union ballsical education department, who (vocation yesterday morning in Laf- - said that an overcoat, valued at $35.
pire's weakening came from Britain's; names have rocked across sport Louisville Manual's big tailback, will
room. Students are invited to see
J JJe
was stolen from the law building1''
viunerf ih onntrayt nith th
roiin ferty hall.
Ambassador to the United States; pages for the past ten weeks, will asslst Tunstill along with Paul
the film and hear the explanaKeenon spoke mainly about mat- - sometime Wednesday morning.
ris of Madisonville and Paul Walker
ex- - nave
to appear, announced that it had
In Washington, he
their last opportunity to per-- i
tion of various plays by memw. iai. ugiicuiiuir
tpiiu--j
been featured in As Thousands lcl a ul picuumg nuu iwcuure m
plained England's crisis and asked form in high school moleskins when of Gasgow with four backs in
ber of the coaching staff.
serveSorority bids may be obtained
Cheer." It also has an extensive negligence cases. "It would be ad - more, reported that a 21 jewel, yel-- ;
of the Johnson act which for-- j the third annual Shriner's
Admission: student athletic
watch was taken from his,
at the office of the dean of
" Foster s nuniber one
schedule in the West aud South, visable to change our code of prac- bids American loans to nations who game U piaVed tomorrow afternoon1
book.
batkfield is Andy Berkley, Dayton s
and will play Chicago before com - tice to conform to the new rules of room in Breckinridge hall on the' women between 11 and 12 a m.
defaulted their World War debt. on Stoll field
same day
Saturday, according to Panhelh0 excells at
Federal practice," he said.
ling to Lexington.
squads, representing the east- - )int slze halfback
.Britain still owes $5574.430.794).
The
Berkeley has
tne raw-'idlenic officials. All sororities mut
To corroborate Lothian's descrip- - ern and western sectors of
Dayton s
file their bids at the dean of
lion of the empire at present. Eng- - ,uckys high schools, were selected bPen Ule heac""a
women's office before 9 o'clock.
censorship board raised bars bv the Louisville Courier-Journall lnous a"rl:i1 clrcus for tne past three
long enough to allow American .stat board, with highway 31E as a seasons Foster's own OUie Robinson,
Matt Lalr of Pans' and Clyde Fuson
newspaper correspondents to send! dividing line
actual stories of Nazi bombings and rster, Cochran To toach
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submarine raids across the Atlantic.
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mr
Lee Huber. Kappa Sigma; Squire Men will be allowed the "last word' coed's complaints that they could
Attendance .aecorauig to tne
Best story was by AP's Drew
most colorful football coach, vance ssle, is hinted to be near the
Williams. Sigma Chi; Roland Lamb. in the discussions at Sophomore1 not chase their men when handi-- j
He disclosed that German William "Blue" Foster. Newport's; in.000 mark with
cappud by long skirts, dress for the
the weatherman
Phi Kappa Tau; Carl Garner, Phi commission.
planes were causing tremendous head mentor. Henry Cochran. May-- ; predicting clear cool skies for the
The women at Pitkin club will: dance has been changed to informal.
Delta Theta; Priest Kemper, Sigma
losses in island industrial districts. field's young coach, heads the West- Nu; Charlie Smith. Alpha Tau pull out the chairs for the men and.! For the three hours of the dance.,
canie.
Said he, "If they can hit Buck- - em board of strategy.
By MILDRED MURRAY
proceeds Will Co To Charity
Omega; Frank Clark, Alpha Gamma on their word of honor, will push from 9 to 12. the women will do the
ingham palace, don't think they will' Foster, who successfully guided his
"The man I would like most to be, Rho; Sam Ewing, Pi Kappa Alpha; them back in time for the men to breaking. No "male stags" will be
Members and plavers of both
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Newport wildcats to an undeteatcd Squ;id.s will visit the little Shrine stranded with on a desert island" Chester Bennett, Alpha Sigma Phi: sit on them. Dutch Lunch club mem- - admitted.
The house council will meet at
"and untied season, has hurled hosni'al on Maxwell street this will be designated by coed dancers Jim McGraw, Delta Tau Delta; and bers will vote today whether or not; Copies of the rules of "leap week." p.m.. today, in Room 12 ot the
added that charges of sabotage and espionage at morning and see the unfortunate
The correspondent
they will make their next Friday a Damsel Decree, have been placed Union building, according to an an- Allen Karston. Kappa Alpha.
Britain's industry had not been able Western coaches. The Blueman. who youngsters who will benefit from from a galaxy of fraternity nominees
by Margaret
iren.
in all mailboxes. These rules were nounceinent
Winner of the "most popular meeting a leap year luncheon.
to compete with efficient totalitar- - earlier this week posed for news-ia- their performances tomorrow after- - at Keys' "Last Chance" dance. Sat strandee" title will be proclaimed at Tags Will Be Tagged
accepted last week by Interfraternity' president.
organization and. consequently, paper cameramen
weeping while noon. Proceeds from the annual urady, December 7, in the Blue 11 p. m.. when he will be presented
Ownership tags for the "Last council and were read at fraternity
Tau Beta Pi. honorary engineer's
England's unemployed group which playing a piano, claims that
d
a mystery prize, according to J. Wal - Chance" dance bearing the trade- - and sororitv meetings Wednesday lraternity. will meet at 5 p.m.. tod.iy
game go towards buying braces for g.ass.uuu. u me umou uuuuu.B.
The dance will climax a week of, .
work on war projects was ran sent his assistants to the East the 20 youngsters confined in the
in Room 202. engineering building
f ,h ,tu
mark -- rhk i m m.," iii on .n niht
growing in numbers and idleness. practice lot to "scout his team." The hospital. In previous years the game reverse courting when the women Men Will Be Favored
According to the rules, the women
UNION NOTES
sale Monday. Coeds will pursue the
will have their "last chance" at pur- next day roster hurried his charges, has proved a financial success for
.inirnran nesponsr
During "Leap week" which begins "men of their choice" in an at - should do the asking to the shows, Mumlay
suing their ideal men for at least Sunday,
Phi Beta. 4 p ill.. Hooin 2"i
to England's plea niiyht be off to Greendnle, twelve miles from the institute,
the Sweater Session will be tempt to "tag" them for the dance walks, etc.. should open the doors,
years.
seat the men. keep to the outside of
a
Kevs. 7:15 p :n.. Room 205.
favorable among voters. Previous, Lexington to practice.
affair and the "Y" or another date.
xiie Shiiners will present gold four
Sports committee. 4 p m K' ni
Tickets for the affair, which will the sidewalk, and pay all of the bills.
Gallup Polls showed that the nation All Southern Half To Play
meetings will recognize men as the
wrist watches to the 44 players at a Candidates Named
Candidates for the desert isle title favored sex. At freshmen club, the be on sale at information desk in the However, men are supposed to see. 204
favored abolishment of the Johnson
Bolstering the West scoring at-- i banquet Saturday before the players
ii :t'
p
banquet
Panhellenit
first Union building, have been reduced, their dates home after dark, it is
act. But in Congress it may be a tuck is Jesse Tunstill. Paducahs 189 depart for their homes Saturday are Joe Raine, Sigma Phi Epsilon; men will enter the
BUiegrass r
Sam Simoutoti, Lambda Chi Alpha; and will be seated by the women to 5" cents, couple or stag By to ;ii!ctL
poiut scoring halfback, 'lio had been' uiglit.
uCerau mailer.
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BERLIN. Nov. 14 TJP Euthanmercy killing i now proasia
posed as a possible solution of Germany's monetary problem.
Major Edward L. Dyer. German
army, retired, suggested in a talk
before the Reichstag yesterday that
aged persons over 70 or 75 mith-omeans of support be humanely
killed to relieve the Reich's relief
burden.
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just to demonstrate the workings of propaganda.
We look the privilege of changing a few words
in the news storv to give von an idea of how
some dispatches from the I'nited States must
sound abroad.
l ot the dateline on that story was not Berlin,
but was Washington. D. C Major Dvcr is not a
Nazi but an American armv officer, and the

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A Policy Concerning

Anonymous Letters
Of late Tin Kirmi. has received a number
of anonvmous letters some of them verv good
and all of them pertinenilv controversial. Since
it is against our olicy to print communications
to which the author is not willing to sign his
name, we are withholding them from publication.
Thf Kirmi. will publish letters under a pseudonym, so long as the author requests it and
makes known his identity to the newspaer.
However, in this case we hereafter reserve the
right to reveal the names of such writers to
anyone who calls at the editor's office and
asks their idem it v.
We think this is only fair, since it will afford
any crson who feels he has lcen unjustly maligned an ohm umiiv to seak ersonally with
his accuser and thus straighten things out
without subjecting the student body to a
barrage of exhibitionistic epithets.
1 his does not mean, however, that we do not
welcome letters. We want them just as much
as ever we ask onlv that correspondents muster
By HAL HACKETT
courage enough to sign their names. For nothing,
Most freshmen don't know their ior, and told to make it "Meek Marit seems to us, is tiiitc so ( heap as an anonvmous
own minds, which is probably why tha" from now on or else.
This little bit of info is to satisletter and Thf Kfrvfi. does not intend to In- upperclassmen like to date them.
Anyway, Pat Doyle still thinks she fy the curiosity of quite a few gals
come a panv fo their cheapness.
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Pryor
likes Dave Oraham. but, "Bubby on this campus.
Boone and Lenny Greathouse are Hancock is afraid of love and feels
such nice boys, I'd just hate to lose that he is too young "to get serious
them." Now Bubby realizes this and with a girl. This is his excuse for
so. "Hell. I'm going to pull out of not making any dates.
Edith Wiesenberger used to go
this league until it cools off."
Jessica Gay must have plenty of with Jim Johnson and would like
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control on her curve ball because nothing better now, but she'll never
she has given some boys a worse know whether or not Jimmie needs
than Sally Rand's bald a shave as long as Sue Ewing is
a foundling from fanning row.
del mess of a bachelor picking
One gentleman down willing to include him in her league.
headed
his doorstep, advocates the establishment of a Louisville way met and talked to
Peggy Forman and Tommy Bell
Sociology Department at Nassau observing her for only five minutes, and has are in love and are making no bones
sending her specials every day about it, which is swell. The trouble
wistfully thai "the School has ample funds been
bother is that it's one of those ni;e rosince. All this doesn't
available for projects it deems worthwhile . .