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Insulin, Soda
May Curb Toxins
Of Sulfanilamide

Will Simplify Injections
If successful the method of
ing insulin through the mouth
would greatly simplify the present
method of taking it by injection
By JIM WOOLDRIDGE
j into
the veins three or four times
Kernel News Editor
a day, department officials explained.
A new treatment for diabetes and
Driver and Mur,m succeeded ,
a remedy for the toxic effect or administering insulin through
the
the popular new drug, sulfanilamide, mouth and in getting absorption
may be the results of experimental into the blood after it had reached
work recently completed by Dr. the Intestines, but the process was
too irregular.
Robert L. Driver, assistant profesHowever they found that by giv- sor of anatomy antJ physiolgy.
ing bicarbonate of soda at the same
The research in diabetes which
Dr. Driver and Dr. J. R. Murlin.l time the absorption was greater.
siologist. completed is now being! destruction of insulin by pepsin, a
substance in the stomach.
confirmed and practiced bv thei
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Other fundamental facts which!
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partment officials said yesterday. the Investigators worked out in an
attempt to improve absorption were
Dr. Driver and Dr. Murlin tried
that surface tensions of fluids in
to facilitate the treatment of dla-- 1 the intestines has little to do with
botes, a malady caused by too much rate cf absorption and that organic
sugar in the blood, by administering dyes do not precipitate the enzymes
insulin, the hormone which keeps pepsin, trypsin, ard ereosin. These
check on the sugar through thef facts refuted an earlier theory ad- noutn- vance by German investigators.

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PR WILL COMPETE

'Then Came June'
Will Open Run
Wednesday

IN DRILL MEET

AT CINCINNATI

"Then Came June." a play
written and directed by Bill

Six Companies
Will Take Part
In Annual Event

Stucky. Lexington, will open
Wednesday for a four-nigrun
at the Guignol theater.
The drama will be the Unive-

Driver Forms Theory

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LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY.

New Treatment For Diabetes
Believed Found By UK's D river

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Patterson, Peima, Davis
Elected To SGA Offices;
Legislators ToBe Chosen

Dr. Driver's own experimental
work, his first at the University
rsity-civic
theater's last pressince lie came here last fall,
entation of the season. Rehearsin the theory that an en- -'
Two platoons of Company
l,
als for the coming production
zyme, carbonic anhydrase. controls
Pershing Rifles, crack drill unit of
have been in progress lour weeks.
e
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balance in the
the
the campus, will attend the 11th
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as well as in the blood and
annual drill meet of the First Regi-- I
lungs.
ment of Pershing Rifles, to be held
Application of this investigation
on May flth and 10th at the Univer-- ;
to the treatment of maladies with
sity of Cincinnati, headquarters of
sulfanilamide deadens carbonic an- I,
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.Company
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hydrase, the
regulator, '
The meet will be attended by six
and leaves an excess of acid in the
1410
companies, including Companies A
intestines.
of Ohio State university, Columbus;
Thus by giving carbonic anhy- -'
Russell Patterson was voted presiB of Dayton university,
drase simultaneously with sulfanil-amit- e
Dayton;
dent and Stanley Penna and Mary
a margin of the
C of Lexington; D of the University
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Olive Davis, men's and women's
regulator will not be destroyed and
Of Akron; E of Cincinnati: and F
as the annual SGA
the acid poisoning in the stomach
elections began this week.
of Ohio university, Athens, Ohio.
will not follow. Dr. Driver believes.1
The 22 repre.sentauves for the
Cadet Captain Robert H. Cloud
Dr. Driver is now attempting to
student legislature will be elected
will command the University dele-- ;
The formation of a junior-seniWednesday by and from colleges as
prove by experiment a new theory
gatlon which has won the eompeti- were the three executive officers.
on the formaticn of ulcers, ruptures fellowship club and a complete
tion nine out of ten times. One drill
With 1410 ballots cast. Patterson,
of the stomach's mucosa. Harry change in the senior cabinet of the
platoon of each company will com-fjea Junior engineering student from
Denham, senior physiology student,! YWCA were announced this week
Louisville, received 912 votes to del.j the company exhibition
is working with Dr. Driver in this; by John Long, Earlington incoming
feat Doniphan Burma, who had a
president.
investigation.
All YMCA
upperclass 'scheduled for Friday night,
total of 498.
; Other events of the meet will inmembers will be eligible for the
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clude the annual
Will Distribute Fashions
fellowship club, while the cabinet, er rifle match, individual drill com- "I intend to distribute positions
the governing body, wil consist of petition, two banquets, and a regi-- j
in the Student Government
MARY OLIVE DAVIS
RISSELL PATTERSON
only officers and committee chair- mental dance. Representing
the
iation as evenly as possible among
'company in the rifle match will be
men.
They will Ittad the SC. A next year
the parties." Patterson told The
IH. Graviss. C. Brown. M. Mitchell.
Three divisions, each of which will
Kernel yesterday afternoon.
W. Peyton, A. Davis. W. P. Wilson,
act as a unit, have been set up
Stanley Penna. with 738 ballots,
W. Blythe, and W. Maxedon. Mem-bewith the chairmen of each responmas 445 votes ahead of his opponof the company who will comsible to the president. Division A,
ent', Uhel Barrickman. and Mary
of which Robert Davis, Upper Mont-clai- r, pete in individual drill will include
Olive Davis received 235 votes to
N. J.. is chairman, will in- L, Van, J. Bohnak, and W. Peyton.
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Doris Reichenbach's 142.
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Block and Bridle, honorary an- clude the program and spiritual
,!
All candidates in the election
imal husbandry fraternity, will hold life committee, the publicity and so!
were members of the Independent
Its first campus horse show Satur- -' cial committees, the presidents of
association, since candidates of the
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day. May 24. with competition x club and Sophomore commission,
hGreek's Constitutionalist party faillimited to University students.
and the Freshman club advisor.
ed to petition in time for nominDivision B. with George Terrill,
may be made in the equit- Entries
ation.
Jean Marie McConnell. pianist,
ation. mare, foal, three and flve- -: Danville, as chairman, will include
23 Petitions Filed
and Sam Rainey. cornetist, will prei
gaited, hunter, and jumper classes. the discussion, community service.
At 4 p. m. yesterday. 22 petitions
sent the third in a series of student
James Wilson, in charge of arrange-- '. University service, and deputations
had been filed for nomination in the
music recitals at p. m., Sunday in
committees.
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ments, said yesterday.
student legislature election WednesMemorial Hall.
Joe Massie. Lexlneton. as head of
A compulsory meeting of all per-- :
day. Deadline on the petitions, which
division C, will have charge of the
With his team reportedly in better
Miss McConnell. an arts and
sons interested hi riding or enter- must be filed with the registrar,
world affairs, interracial and eco shape than before the disastrous sciences senior, is a member of Phi
ing horses in the show will be held
was
m. today.
nomic relations committee.
southern Invasion, Coach Moseley Beta, national honorary dramatics
in the student room of the Agri- Cabinet Members
Those whose petitions were on
and his Kentucky diamond crew will and music fraternity. Mortar Board,
3 p. m. Monday,
culture building at
file
Appointed to the cabinet besides journey to Richmond this after- - senior women's leadership fraternity.
yesterday
afternoon follow:
Wilson said.
the officers and division chairmen noon for a contest with the Eastern Women's elee club. University chor
Richard P. Adams, graduate stu- Other committee members are are Fred Erwin, Central City, pro- j
dent; Joseph Bohnak. arts and
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Robert McConnell and Robert Davis, gram and spiritual life committee Stite Teacher's Maroons at o'clock. isters, and accompanist for the Men's lin
sciences senior; Jerry Mercer, en- - The Kentucky pitchers, particul- - glee club.
.ill m i n
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entries; Douglas McCown and Billy chairmen: Ellsworth Winn, Critten- arly Carl
gineering senior: Betty Longsworth.
Staker. were bothered in j Rainey. also an arts and sciences
Jackson, publicity: John Tuttle, ad- - den, publicity: Jeff Prewitt, Mt.
commerce senior: William Sisco. en-- I
games wun sore arms wnicn enior. Is a member of the Philhar-- :
STANLEY PENNA
vertisements; and Glenn Clay, tro-- 1 Sterling, social committee; George recent
gineering senior; Edwin Ockerman.
rendered them ineffective after
phies and prizes.
Shelley, Lexington, Y club; Bob several innings. Moseley attributed monic orchestra and the Slmf on-- 1 '
law senior: Soma Berkowitz. agri- letta.
Spragens, Lebanon. Freshman club this to
culture senior: Glenn Padgett, en-- i
the lack of early practice
Miss McConnell, a student of John
advisor; Walter Leet, Lexington, which was
gineering senior; Lorraine Harris,
curtailed by the weather, sheiDy Richardson, piano Instructor
Sophomore commission president;
agriculture senior: Francis Jinkins.
In an effort to put an end to the of the music department and
Tom Bowling. Harlan, discussion Wildcat losing
arts and sciences undergraduate,
streak. Moseley has Rainey. who for the past five years
group chairman; Russell Roland,
Doris Reichenbach. arts and sciences
shifted his lineup. The new roster has studied under Dr. Frank Simon,
Bill . Penick, Lebanon, commerce community service.
senior: Givens Dixon, engineering
nnds Navarre in center field; Shep- - of the Cincinnati Conservatory of
Vaidea Cox, Gratz, and Bruce herd at shortstop;
junior, was elected president of the
undergraduate
Graviss In left Muslc are
wlth the
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Student Union board to succeed Price, Lexington. University service
George Nollau. arts and sciences
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pubIlc
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William
Karraker, :2S?
James G. Cook, St. Petersburg Fla..
1 IU1 CUCC VI CIS A U919 senior; Lvui'Witon. arts and
Lexington, deputations chairman;
at the new board's first meeting.
Stanley Penna. Louisville, junior sciences undergraduate: Margery
tor the Joinl
Ivan Potts, Shelbyville, Tenn., Asher Seale, Pineville, world affairs;
and sciences senior:
was!Tnomas- engineering.
in mechanical
Glenn Mohney. Lexington, interracommerce Junior, will serve as
In the new combination, Mullins
,
named president of Tau Beta Pi Ann Crutcher. 11arts o and sciences
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under Penick. Other of- cial; William Campbell, Lexington, has been moved from center to third; caprice: zeida
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Percy code
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Tuesday at the engineering honor - u""c'5'uuolc'
ficers are June Mehne. Cincinnati, economic relations; and Bill Bruck-ar- t, Cutchi.i from short to second: and'
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Washington. D. C. member at
ary's annual election in Mechanicommerce junior, reelected secreShepherd from .leCOnd tO shCtt. Sonata In C Sharp minor, opus 17.
riculture senior; James Crowley, ag
tary, and Terry Noland. Richmond, large.
cal hall. Penna. who succeeds E. riculture senior: Elizaiieth Witfcin- No. 3
Navarre fills Mullins' spot and
Officers of the YMCA next year
Jean Marie McConnell
commerce sophomore, treasurer.
Railey. Lexington,
C.
senior in Wn. agI icultrue senior: Myrtle
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will be Long, president; Spragens, Graviss takes over left field in place
Ave Marin
was elected fey, agriculture senior; and Rex
ei gineering.
Schubert
Shelley, secretary; of Charlev Martin.
'Tm
Moseley announced that he would Ev"" Tanuhauser
of the Student Gov- - Oueen. graduate student.
wagner
and Bill Penick. Lebanon, treasurer.
start Allen Rathbun against the
8am Rainey
Petitioners who wish to withdraw
eminent Association Wednesday.
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Maroons. The chunky righthander CoMoque au
The engineering
honorary also from the legislature election must
clair de lune
turned in the Wildcat's only vic- Intermezzo In C major, opua 119.
voted Joseph Njtzschke. Danville. call some members of the SGA
No. 3
The entire University band will
tory or the southerrl junket, a deBrahms
vice - election committee before 5 p. m.
Rhapsody in P Sharp minor
Dahnanyi junior in civil engineering,
leave at 7:15 a.m. tomorrow to parover Vanderbilt.
cision
Jean Marie McConnell
president: Valoris H. Florence, crit - Monday, it was announced by Ro- ticipate in the musical program at
Eleven University YMCA memtenten. junior in electrical engin - bert A1Ien- - retiring president yester- the Kentucky Derby.
ay. afternoon
eering. recording secretary: Glenn
Individual members will be pre- bers will attend the statewide YMCA
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Padgett. Somerset, junior in elec-- !
sented by the band In rotation with retreat to be held from this after.
Besides Allen, retiring executives
other visiting musical groups, ac- noon to Sunday at Camp Daniel
tnca engineering,
corresponding of tne 8GA gre
Vernon
cording to C. V. Magurean, direc- Boone on the Kentucky river. New Aid-the-Alli- es
secretary; and Verr.on F. Reynolds.
and Margaret Trent,
tor. The band will also participate YM cabinets from all Kentucky colSomerset, junior in electrical en - wornen s
leges will be represented at the
in several unison numbers to be
gineering. cataloguer.
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presented by the massed bands at- meeting.
Those who will attend from the
tending the Derby.
the American writer declared that
University are Bill Karraker, John
"when I left two months ago no-- !
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Long, Bart Peak, Jr., Robert Jernl-gabody was starving" However he
Ellsworth Winn, Charles Price,
go on in
warned that if the sinkings
Floyd Guthrie, James Howell, Bob
the Atlantic, by the end of the sum- - 4
Spragens, Russell Roland, George
Declaring that "losses to British mer the situation will become ser- -'
Shelley, and Bart Peak, executive shipping have been more serious
ious.
secretary.
than has been revealed to the press."
In regard to the chances for a
A. J. Elliott of the New York City Evarts S. Scudder, speaker at Memsuccessful invasion from the GerYMCA, who Is lecturing to college orial hall last night, said that AmerDe
students in all section of the United ica is now vitally concerned with man point of view, Scudder said
that he would rather again go
States, will be the main speaker at the battle of the Atlantic.
through all the "blits bombings" he
By
the weekend meeting.
Scudder, who plans to return has in the past and all those he
next week to his post as American expects to undergo than to exchange
Hitler. Cleopatra. Snow White,
representative in England for the places with someone in the invad- - and other characters will meet
Committee to Defend America by
day for the first time when 18 so- forces.
Aiding the Allies, gave a
d
At the beginning of last summer, rority and fraternity floats satires
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account of the war situation around he explained, there was, "little de- - 011 motion pictures assemble for the
Joe Massie, Lexington law student, London.
1941 May Day festivities.
fente" against an invasion, but after
was elected president of the Pitkin
Dunkirk "something happened and
Asked later, during a
Led by Stoney Walton mounted
club for next year at the regular
period, if he. believed the country put itself to strengthen- - on Motliball. a dapple gray hor:e.
meeting Wednesday at the Maxwell
Street Presbyterian church. He that the United States could furnish ing its defenses." Te paid tribute the SuKy parade will start at 2
sufficient aid to Britain in the com- to the ammunitions supplied by the m. from the Union drive along
will succeed T. C. Jackson.
Limestone street to Maxwell. Cross- Other officers named were Mary ing four months to affect mater- United States at that time.
Queried concerning the labor sit- - ing Maxwell to Broadway, it will
D. McChesney, Lexington, Arts and ially the outcome of the war, the
speaker answered in the affirmative. uation in England, Scudder declared proceed to Main, along Main to
Sciences sophomore,
the "laboring classes 100 per cent Rotie and bck to Stoll field.
and Catherine Cooper, Lexington, Bombing 'I'seless'
Billy Jackson,
Lexington, and
Agriculture
sophomore,
secretary
f'Cs
Hitler's Indiscriminate
bombings behind the full prosecution of the
and treasurer.
Sam Ewing. Louisville, are co-of the civilian population of Eng- warThe club will have a picnic on land, Scudder termed one of the Retal'atiun
chairmen in charge of the program
May 16, at Camp Daniel Boone on "most useless things" in regard to
Another question put to him was arrangements.
arrange-"i- f
Parade
Kentucky river. Jackson an- its affect upon the outcome of the
the
Great Britain had the planes, ments are under the direction of
BWlKlu'lUlKI U8aaaa8 nounced.
t ill
BILLY J.U KSON
wuuiu me nmisn oonio Benin line J. Ross Hunter, Ashland.
war.
the Germans have bombed London?"
STEASIBOAT' REID
Scudder said that the living quar-- !
University cheerleaders and the
"Certainly," he answered, "and I
SuKy ribbo.is on the newly
ters of the working class were de- - hope
muses during reheursals uf the
"Best Band in Dixie" will follow pin
three times as much."
elected members of the Circle.
liberatelv humhfH hv tht nprmnm
Miss Walton. Next in order of march
Denny punt out of danger-dang- the
scuaaer sKetcnea nis view or Hit- K
hi,i - ,n id
with the distinct hope that it would
- 's the Pershing Rifle, unit followed toIlcluded witn the presenlatiou of
Lail.
break the morale of the people and ler's plan to enter Spain and Port- tne noats
ugal to strike at
evenPetitions for the offices of presi- create disturbances against
the gov tually to obtainGibraltar and North' The SuKy display will head the trophies to winners of the float con- control of
dent,
secretary, and ernment.
trotest. Winner and runner-u- p
Africa. This, he said, would vltallv float division followed by the soror phies will be presented in each group.
ular prices. Tickets are now on treasurer of the Student Bar assoThe opposite resulted, he stated, concern South America.
ity entries. The Henry Clay High
sale at fraternity and sorority ciation must be filed in the dean's
Newly elected members of SuKy
xom R. Underwood, editor of The school band a;id the fraternity floats include Dorothy Robinson. Georgehouses, various downtown stores, office at the law college today, it "The cockneys took it and volun- teered to serve in the various ivinirtnn Hpmirt intrnHnr.H th will complete the purade
Campus book store, and the was announced.
the
town; James Monroe Leer. Millers-burg- ;
sneaker, and Vircil StPMl rhairmnn
dormitories. Proceeds of the show
Til, nrnvram nil StDlI rilH aill
Secret ballot election of the of- branches Of Civilian defense."
Alfred Peltus. Stanford: Por-will be used to establish
fund for ficers will be from 8:30 a m o 12 food Situation
of the committee In ehnfge of the. open wish the crowding- of the
Head. UWs?"W;
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REORGANIZATION
ESTABLISHES

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Officers Will Form
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DANCE TO HONOR No Dig Changes
ODK INITIATES
Rites At Church
To Precede Dinner

In Organizations,
Peterson Says
"The reorganized financial management will make no great changes
in any of the organizations affected," Frank D. Peterson, recently
appointed comptroller of the University, told The Kernel yesterday

Formal spring initiation for Omi-ero- a
Delta Kappa, senior men's
leadership fraternity, will be held
Friday, May , at the First Presbyterian church.
afternoon.
Those to be initiated into tne acState administrator of NYA in
tive chapter are E. V. Albert, Vin1935-3Mr. Peterson has been with
cent J. Crowdus. Daniel W. Doggett,
the Kentucky education departJr, Robert U. Gaines, Jr, Joe A. ment for 12 years.
Oayle,
Leonard
F. Greathouse,
He will be at the University durJames H. Ison. Jim M. Johnson,
John D. Long, and W. L. Matthews. ing May and June learning the
Faculty members to be inducted operation of his new office. Head
are Prof. Gayle Stames and Dr. of the Department of Business and
William S. Webb. Honorary mem- Finance, the comptroller will move
bers will be Barry Bingham, pub- to Lexington in June. His present
lisher of the Courier-Journa- l,
and home is in Frankfort.
Thomas H. Cutler, president of the
Alumni association of the University.
The ceremonies will be followed
BLADE
by a dinner dance at the Ashland SCABBARD,
Country club in honor of initiates
and Miss Carrie Bean, ODK sweet- ELECTS
heart. Tickets are $3 a couple lor
rtives and $2 a couple for associates and initiates and must be
Tucker, Ramsey,
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reserved before Tuesday. May 6. Dr.
Henry Beaumont, secretary-treasure- r,
announced.

Alumna Chapter
Will Initiate 21
Twenty-on- e
active senior members
of Phi Upsilon Omicron, national
Irtmorary home economics fraternity,
will be initiated into the Alumna
chapter at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, at
the home of Mrs. M. S. Garside, 136
Tahoma road. .
Initiates will be Mildred Agnew.
Henderson: Jane Allen, Hlnton. W.
Va.; Christine Barlow, Cave City;
Barbourville;
Broughton.
Hazel
Elizabeth Feland, Middletown; Dorothy Klapp, Clinton; Nettie Lee
Riggs, Ludlow; Taylor Bess Rollins!
Wicklifle.
Kathryn Sebree, Florence; Margaret Stutzenberger, Jeffersontown;
Pauline Johnson, Sadieville; Roberta
Cherry. Hopkinsville; Lula Hibberd,
Muldraugh; and Mildred Cox, Janet
Fergus. Dorothy E. Hill. Eva L. Rowe,
Margaret Trent, Helen Horlacher,
Gladys Kilpatrick, and Marian
Lexington.
Val-ica- u,

HORSE SHOW

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Cosmopolitan club will hold its
annual election of officers at a
picnic Sunday at Grimes mill. Members of the club will meet in front
of the Union building at 2:30, Jean
Ewers, president.

first UK muiical --comedy since 1937,
is scheduled to go into dress rehearsal Sunday.
The "Follies" suffered a minor setback yesterday when it was announced by the registrar's office that
Ted Jaracr, featured vocalist, was
Ineligible.
Producer Jay Wilson, however,
said that despite Jaracz's withdrawl,
production would continue.
"That's show business for you,"
said Jay. "But this won't stop us
from putting over the show. If necessary, I'll sing Ted's number myself."
The Student Union ballroom,
scene of rehearsals, resembles the
famous Amsterdam theater when
Flo Zeigfield was producing his
"Follies." Chorines some small and
cute, others not so small but pretty
chat with members of the "K"
Club when not on the stage for
their number.
Included in the large cast are the
"K" Club, led by Walter "Steam-Nmt- "
Reid; Betty Wells Roberts;

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Speaker Says

First Campus Musical In Four Years
To Have Premiere Tuesday A I Ben Ali

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Food Situation

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SuKy Pledges
Tapped
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Pitkin President

With only three days left before
tlie premiere Tuesday at the Ben
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'Collegiate Follies'
Loses Jaracz
Featured Vocalist

SLATED SUNDAY
CATS
McConnell, Rainey

PACE EASTERN

Penick Will Head
Spare Also Chosen Student Union Board

Ivan Potts, Shelbyville, Tenn., was
elected captain of Scabbard and
Blade, honorary military fraternity,
at a meeting Tuesday in Buell armory.
Other officers are William Tucker.
Louisville, first lieutenant; Lloyd
Ramsey, Lexington, second lieutenant; and Albert Spare, Covington,
first sergeant. Formal installation
of these officers will take place at
the next meeting of the organization.
Plans for the dinner dance to be
held on May 27 were discussed at
th meeting.

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"Steambout" (Waller Jleid)
"lollies" to wutth ihoiine Jane
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musical background of Bill Cross
and his orchestra.
The "Follies" will be presented

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MILDRED MURRAY

Columns

Letters

Telie The Renegade's Daughter
Does Her Hit For Charity

JOHNNY CARRICO
Sports Editor
MARGARET CANTRILL
Society Editor
FRANCES POLliOCK. AIMEE MURRAY
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nouncers call it. Unquestionably we
hold an enviable record, for just
mm now many nines we iimu i gu
all the way to Louisville to see our
nag drag in about eight lengths out
of the newsreel focus
Last year we almost broke our
string, but a fortunate flat tire near

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u cxolaiu lo von our ttnd on editorials and editorial policy, and to jrive von some
idi-of what to expert in the future.
In I lie hist place we lliinL most ediioiials aie
liseless.
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One ol llie most oiiid:tlcd n a I in s in
today, ii seems to us. is the custom of
pinning two (oliimns of editorials a dav. wlie- tin I or i km there is anything imxi lain to write
&Ikimi.
his has led to the inclusion of
editorials and has brought mau readers
to ih lielief that all editorial writing is of this
Many modem
have
this and have adopted the practice of printing
editorials onl when the editor has some subject
vvhiih Ik- .onsideri. of real imortaiie. That is
how we ar- going to do it.
AimmIkt weakness of editorials is their anonymity. It sometime seems that the writers are
hiding U:hind the editorial "we" and are willing
to let the newspajier
the burden of ciisiiri.
We ate not going to do that.
II von notice the addition to the masthead
at the lop of this column vou will see the new
jilin to le followed by The kernel. In the lu- nevs-j.aiiei-

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tine, unsigned editorials may lo considered to
stand lor the altitude of 1 he Kernel and lo lie
the rsiallicd opinion of the editorial board.
An ides and columns wilh names signed to them
are purely the opinion of the writer, and do not
notcssai ily reflect the opinion of The Kernel.
I'htis. we feel free to print articles on any
siilijci I, if i he writer is willing to sign his name
and accept the rcsjionsihiliiy. We will welcome
loners from readers, and will print these without
names, il we have the name of the writer on

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urc ii.inimira io on-raon. I was also of the opinion that
purge was tne edi- me neii we
torial fill-i- n of the former editor and
not the editorial policy of a 100 per
crnt student publication. However I
wrong in both assumptions.
In Friday's editorial which con- e

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S. Was your exjeiience with House Week as had or worse
than vou anticipated?
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i. H y.Ht think House Week injiiied you in any wax
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7. Ate you in (avor of having ihe road trip set pet maucntlv
for l.nurday night 4 House Week mi iIi.ii there will lie
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no (Ii.iiko to miss classes the following dav?
H. Has House Week interfered with vour semester grade in
of lack of time to siudv?
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'! Are m mi in favor of having a complete program for House
Week approved l a lioaixl ol Advisors of your Inner
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111. Do vou think lhat
the road nip should Ix eliiiiinau-(
as a climax of House Week?
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Ho vou think lhat I lie Koad nip sh'iulit he limiuaied
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courts.
When we got there and attempt- ed to obtain a court. Mr. Powers
....u...:u ua mai we wern t pro-perly attired because we did not
have a belt on our approved gym
runks. We went over to the book
ant. purchased a pair of
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we queried Mr. Powers about these
things, we merely received an inco- herent answer.
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s, havinir made these exclusiv e
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n in seoooed UP Harrv Williams on
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rvr- we are IOOKII15 lorwaru .
to next vear when we will
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Our Boots, the Buckeye Bullet
said. "We look for a great day at,
Churchill Downs on the morrow. To
Kentucky we say Hallelujah."
Dispose philosophized about the,
affair. "Sometimes I wonder who;
looks more the fools, we nags droop- over the rail or those goons who
paid $16.20 and got sucked in. Fr.
say. who you betting on?"
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"Me? I don't know."
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"Well. Ill tell you." said Dispose,
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neighing several times into the
mouthpiece, 'this is just between
stsfC
us, but that nag Porters Cap. why
1 could
that going down
Delicious
on skis too, and if you want my ad- HAM BI'Rfi EKS .le
viee' s,itk a11 your doUKn on . . . "
Open Letter to Graduate Students:
"oh- - n"ts " 1 sald- remembering
When the administrative changes
"Take Home A Sack-fui- r
interview with Bimelech the
recently decreed by the Board of m
J"""1- i01Trastees go into effect, there will
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be one democratic,
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governing body remaining in oper- Porters Cap gave me the most in- ation on this campus the Student teresting interview.
Governme.it Association. We know
of no other organization
which is
more worthy of your support.
We are candidates for the office
of graduate school representatives
in its legislature, and naturally we
hope to be elected. But our first and
most earnest annofll is that vnn
Our Irelii ioilS
cast your votes next Wednesday for
the candidates whom you feel to
be best fitted for the post, regard-- ,
ies8 who they are.
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Your votes will help the Student
Government
Association maintain
and strengthen its position in stu- dent affairs.
(Signed)
RICHARD P. ADAMS
ORVILLE LEACH

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lacucs ana we
"nupied. At three a crowd ar- - believe that something should be installed last rfieht as president
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e were told that we must done to rectify these injustices.
economics fraternity.
play ooubles. We played doubles
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college officials.
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the entire camrjaicm
Since the editorial referred to The Kernel staff was squarely be- written during the campaign nind tne editor. Is that a "one-ma- n
against hell week conducted under attack?"
a dinerent editor, we