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Vol. LIV, No. 9!

LEXINGTON',

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Increase Threefold
Tlu facilities t tlie Mar) laivt I. Kim; Library ar
g
exploited more fully since it enlargement last year.
' While
no exact figures are
n
library tisane pattern-- . X"h
available, at least twice 01 even
said.
s a.- - many students are
three t
He also said t lie library's new
rial th Mbrary since its expantnp-so-

,

.;d

Dr.

Lawrence

S.

director of the

li-

late-ho-

system

was

Monday. Tuesday, and Thurs-da-y
niht- - are alway the most
crowded. Thompson said. From
1 to 10 cn these evenings the library Is iilled almost to capacity.
i.-Wedne.-da-y
a relatively light
nicht. probably due to fraternity
and sorority meeting.
Plans are now being made to
install an electronic counting device at the library entrance in
order to get a clearer picture of

rery

positive reactions from library
users. "Nothing we have done has
ever had a more favorable acceptance." he said.
While one might expect the library to be the scene of much
vandalism, Thompson says this
just isn't so. "There has been
little or no problem of vandalism.
our
Proportionately speaking,
8.000 students have more respect
for property than any other 8.000
people anywhere."

VI'KIL 5, 1963

Eight

President Albright

Vice
Bj RH H

Kernel

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Managing

Editor
Dr.

Assertions thai
I).
pres- Albright, executive
ident, is being deliberate!) ignored
the presidential
i

screening committee were
voiced yesterday !y numerous

campus

administrators

and

facult) members.
The campus sources .stated that
while

the screening committee
combed the nation Woking
the best possible man to succeed
ha- -

President Prank Dickey, it baa
ignored the man who ha- - been
closest to the job and knows
exactly what it entails."
Dr. Albriaht was not available
for comment.
Nearly every source contacted
stated that a con.sci.ous effort is
bein
exerted toward assuring
Dr. Albright's
departure from
the University and that his leader-is too valuable
hip
for the
University to lose. Reason for
the opinion was centered around
that a certain group
on campus has an intense desire
to see Albright removed becau-- e
he would make a number of
change.- - which the group oppose.-- .
The Lexington Herald yesterday reported that Dr. Paul Sharp,
president of Hiram College, is reported to be the committee's
choice for president.
One of the faculty members
voicing concern yesterday about

the situation stated that the

John
that a presidential candidate should know
the job and the people With
dent

A
facul'V
highly
member who is al-- o prominent
on many campu- - committees
stated Dr. Albright is one of the
best qualified per-oti- s
any committee seeking a president could
find.
He also stated that certain
committee
members
screening
a fetish toward "any
posses.-e- d
of an education college.
product
Dr. Albright is not a typical education college product." he added
Much of Dr. Albright s education has come from outside an
education college." he concluded.
Albright holds an A.B. in social science from If
tgan
(Teem.) College, an M.S. from
the University of Tennessee in
and a Ph.D. from
economic.-- ,
New York University m educa-

ill

fac-

which elected four representatives to the screening committee, is not receiving the representation to which it is entitled.
He asserted that little effort has
been made toward allowing candidate- who visited the campus
to meet with members of the
faculty.
It was al.--o pointed out that
candidate- - were not
visiting
Introduced
to either
formally
President Dickey or Vice
Albright. "Such secret activities as thi.-- are mere pettiness," an administrator -- aid.
faculty member- - interviewed durum the past ft w
days have stated they feel Albright is the best qualified candidate for the position. They also
cited a statement made to the
screening committee a few wi eta
by Carleton College Presi

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A. 1). ALBRIGHT

Gubernatorial Camps Prepare To Debate
Brealhittiles Reply To Charges
By PETCB M. PONES, Kernel Daily Edits
Campus supporters of Ned Breathitt. Democratic gubernatorial candidate, replied
.
yesterday to charges against Breathitt lrom the Chandler surpporter.- - on campu-The students supporting Breathitt -- aid. in reference to a debate between the
goups now scheduled for Apiil 29. that While we would have preferred to leave disrefor the debate itself. Mr. Shuffett's (Chandler's spoke.-ma- n
cussion of the
not leave them unquest contained several misinformed Statements. We thus
answered."
The student- - for Breathitt were referring especially to Chandler faction reports
:oncerning the salary raise of Kentucky teacher- - and the use ot the merit system
.mder the previous Chandler administration..-- .
Concerning the teacher salaries, the Breathitt people -- aid. "Mr. Chandler Increased the average yearly salary for teachers from S2.700 to S3.340 during his last
increased the average SI. 100. from
term, an increase of $o40. The current admini.-tra'io- n
53,340 to S4.525. These figure- - are on the public record in the State Department- - of
Finance and Education and in the offices of the National Education Association "'
of the merit system in Kentucky. Chandler supporter! charged
Regarding the
Wednesday that. "Mr. Breathitt speak- - ot a merit system after he personally fired
?.000 state employees while director of tare personnel in the first 30 days of the

tombs administi ation."
Breathitt supporters said this charge along with the teacher salary figures Is
also false.
"He 'Breathittt helped formulate our state's first Statutory Merit System for
I' te employees. Mr. Chandler promised in a speech in Ovensboro on May 14. 1955,
that if the people of Kentuckv would g:ve him a second chance he would strengthen
fid broaden the merit system. After ins election this promise went unfulfilled for
1

years."
Still another reply of the Breathitt campu- - supporters referred to Chandlerite
Charges concerning the number of law students backing the candidates.
Said the Chandler backers, ' Tlu University of Kentucky Law Students :
C'nandler-Wateitiewi-- h
ld
dispell 'he erroneous impression about the campus that
the law school tudent body is overwbekningly tor Mr. Breathitl
Replying to this statement, the Breathitt backer- - said, A poll of each law student
as
traduced a 1 majority l r Bed Breathitt. We shall be
the students alio voted for Mr. Breathitt and those who voted for Mr. Chandler, The
t'.yj" Demn.rnt who are officers of the Student B: Ass ciation were
vot.r.. for Ned Breathitt. The) are Lowell Hughes, president; J e Savage rice
1ST

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Holiman.

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Ch an dlerites t ceopi Ch a llenge

tlx CAM MODI ( KI. Kern. I Dailv l.ditor
Law student.- - for gubernatorial candidate A. B. "Happy" Chandler have accepted
a challenge to debate campu- - supporter- - of Edward T. Ned" Breathitt. They have
suggested April 20 as the date for a public
earlier this week. One
The acceptance climaxes two challenges which were
wa- - from campus
upporters of Breathitt addressed to Bill Kenton, senior political
science major and State Director of Planning and Activities, Collegian- - for Chandler.
to three op leader- - kg
The other was from the Law Students for Chanciler-Waterliel- d
the Breathitt college organization.
Kenton turned hi- - copy of the challenge over to Jim Shuffett. head of the la''
school group for Chandler-WaterfielShuffett then accepted the challenge.
Kenton told Shuffett: "You and the people of your committee are quite capable
of proceeding on your own. You do not need me to cover for you."
Ken on also said, "Yesterday I received a copy from the Kentucky Kernel of a
letter directed to me which I finally received la- -t nigh after midnight. A review of
this le'ter was written by William
this letter wa.- - printed m the Kernel. Suppo-edl- y
Jones and Jerry Anderson, who represent Bert Comb- - on ttUS campu-.- "
"According to Dick Wilson, managing editor of the Ktrr.el. Clifford Smi'h Jr.
- true to form for all of
phoned him at approximately 9 p.m. on Tuesday Bight. Tin
Ned Breathitt'- - actions are initiated and directed bv others."
in the
Kenton stated there was a meeting of law student- - for Chandler-Wa'erfiel- d
law -- chool at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Early m the meeting there was discussion of
a challenge for a debate to Breathitt supporters in the law School. "I assUBSS that
Clifford Jr. was immediately informed of :hi-- . He aremjci o detract he poin of
the challenge by counter challenging and by directing it to me instead ol Shuffett."
Shuffett
accepting the challenge Issued the following statement:
witnest two acts :i the many
"We on the U of K campus have been privileged
act play of the Combs-Breathi- tt
campaign.
"First, there was the appearance of Ned Breathitt on the campu- - with his humorous
attempt to laugh away Gov. Chandler, but that afternoon the President pulled the rug
out from under Comb- - and Breathitt and in this scene the backdrop fell and everyone
could see Ned Breathitt for what he i a phony.
Then came the attempt to beat the Law Student Committee for Chandler's
challenge which might have worked ;f Clifford Smith Jr had :.
tupped up by
later delivering a letter dated April 11 tQ B..'. Ke:."...
phoning the Krrnrl and
1
a in Thursday rr. rr.iag."
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Sigma Nu had been placed on
in September by
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action
of the IFC Judiciary
Board for an Incident involving
bringing a beer keg to a football
game, in January the ifc
reconsidered its art km and
reded
Sigma Nu could participate in intramural- - and attend campus activities en masse,
but they still were not allowed to
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t!iUnK'ersjt) arc utilizing pi ing vacation to
visit famous and important mines in and around Ontario,
1 .annua.
"Silver Sidethe
The field trip - a biannial walk"
even; intended to give junior and
During the trip, the students
senior minim: students an introwill have a chance to see most of
duction to the Industrial facets
the modern mining methods emof the mining Industry.
ployed today and some of the
Their schedule will include the old methods of great historical
United State- - Gypsum Company
importance. Dr. Ernest If. Bpokes
and Professor Prank Hoy; will
mine at Shoals Ind.: a uranium
accompany the students to point
mine a Flin t Lake. Ontario; the
out the important aspects of the
Bndbury Mining complex in Ontario, which produces over 90 Mining Industry today.
After some scheduled "vacapercen' of the WOtid'l nickel.
old. copper, stiver, ind sulpher-i- e
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to remove Sigma Nu from social
probation.
Judiciary Board chairman John
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lead the fraternity. The
guide and
member- - have h own they plan
to carry out. now and in the futhe
ture, activities
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conference mapanawwl by the Colleue and Reference Section of the
ition :i!id the Universi'y Department of
Kentucky library
Uhrary Bf friwt
L. Schick, assistant director of the Library Services
Dr Fnn-.Branch of the United Bt ktes Off.ce of Education, will be the key
ipeater. He will address the meeTnm on ,T!ie National Oovern-tries- "
oil Friday niuht
mci.' and Aeadank Ubr
Spindle'. op. Dr.
Schick is author of The Paperbound Book In America."
Mrs. Both s. Bentlejr, president of the kla. will open the first
atarian of tin- conference at
p.m. Friday.
Wm Btaabeth Oflker t, librarian at Bern College, and Arthur
Hamlin. Ubrarian at the University of Cincinnati, will
later
in the afternoon.

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KERNEL. Friab)
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Bv NAM V LONG Kernel Sack
Kditor
Take a deep b:tath. Etan4 up straight, shouldetl back and head
held hteh. We're about tc launch into the annual festive vacation
known as Boring Break.
Ot all the v..:at: :is we ccme upon during the year, spring
t the
inventions. You

tin sun.

back letting us you talked to Ca.-tr- o
or the
won't believe you.
it you're among the penniless population
retreat to the hills, bitter known as home,
over the Florida bound, believe it or no'
papers done, study lor Una! exams and
Think ol the head tart you'll have, and

president

though,

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have an open house at
tor town -- tutlent- and
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tliose not gomg home tor Spring
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BSWiCC .it
tollouiil h .1 wor-ln- p
6:31 p.m.

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you have an advantage
You can get your term
tpply for summer jobs,
he tune you can devote

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c. BOOM dc study, or pretend. Other.-- gel up
(boat ray. Tc be
early in the morning and tost shut their sleeping place hem the
bedroom to the roof, and finish the remainder of their allotted
deeping b vs. When I was a freshman, (gaen I better not say
ttttf too loudly) but back in the 2006 ole day-- , we slept on the roof
ail night to make sure v.e benefited iuliy from the early morning sun.
Il you get bored easily while sunbathing, take a port aide radio
With you and practice 'he latest dance steps. Or make up BOme.
Modern jazz steps fit :n nicely with the Big B. and are guaranteed
tc look
tcugh on the beaches of Florida.
Flying kite.-- is conducive to roefba thing, just don't get carried
away and fail off. Thr-- keep.- - you occupied and gives you an all
around tan. being the ail around kite flier you are.
Have noticed where the men solve the problem of getting the
sun and keeping cool at the saakt time bv riding around in
minus shirts. Alsc tends to impress the female- - with your
muscular look. But :f you're a -- lightly underfed 135 pounder, you
better stick tc the reef.
Gue-- s
the usual amount of UKers will migrate to Florida and
flood the beaches with Chandler and Breathitt button.-- . Don't come

The Lambda Chi Pusl earl Derb is ano hi t event that will spring
on us soon alter we return, ih.s i.-- the spot iculai which demands
tint men and women push utile carts an. and the circle in front cf
the Administration Building. Important qualification be strong,
especially up tho.se lull.-- ! Never fear, then will tie a ejueea contest
for this too.
Each sorority and fraternity will soon be searching
frantically
for the right person to ask to their spring formats. The biggest individual Greek events of the year are private formats. Them group-ben- d
over backward- - in search of the sharpest bands, the coolest
decorations, and the best place to hold the gala affair. Some go
out of town and make a weekend of it: others stay beta and mak(
a weekend of v.
And then there s the pin epidemic, Something like measles in the
second grade, everybody has them. So mil-- , if you didn't get one
during the Chrtttman splurge, spring formal- - are your next be.--t be-- .
Enough oi the preview of coming event-- . Jusl wanted to make
sure none of you decide to .stay in the Sunny State, there will be
plenty happi lllllg here!

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ing a sweater lor this
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it ycu
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made from wool and
blended with chemical!.', made
material! can be found in any
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to exp e those first
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frequent
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object is imply
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many
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"Ycu
ate r- - now explained
should wcrk en something bard,
ar.d on something easy, : 1 instance one of one color pnd one
of several ccicr.- - or you'll go ber--.ik- :"
She has knitted a dozen
sweaters but declined to give her
name because knitting was partly
n risible lor her not making

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wedding present a stuffed nail.
A gr en
elephant is bt ing knitted
Reby Pricilla Lynd, a true-blu- e
publican,
Knitting can be worthwhile
ftei
mastered it. In coma
parts n ol ouality
bought
Eureater of the same type would
cost three time.- - a- - much. And af-t- er
hours
you spend endless
weaving In and out Jean Pfiffer,
sophomore from Owensboro said.-"leave a couple of mistakes m
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The Kentucky Kernel

To Be Alive
great time to be alive.
Spring
Exuberance, an automobile and
w out of this lovely
can take
world with tin. finality of
ah.
betber you are driving from here
lo Daytona Beach or Pisgah, Ky. during the holiday, these few basic safety precautions will help you to arrive
ali e.
Check your safety equipim nt.
Brakes, lights, direction signals, windshield wipers and tires, it you are
not familiar with the mechanics of
an automobile, your service station
will usually perform this inspection
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for the trip.

plenty

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Main frequent stops at Last
ever) two hours to stretch cramped
muscles.

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Ricbake Wilson, Managing 1 lit r
Ben FrrzPATRicK, Sports Editor
Nancy Long, S ciety Edit r
FRIDAY
Nick Pope, .V. : Editor

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Above all be patient and coumay be the judge oi
your claim to the
Hope we si you around tor finals.

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Mow many North-

crowd must make them overjoyed. It
would certainly go a long way toward determining the true national
champion it this arrangement could

This editorial shows that there is
one school in the conference that is
at last witting to admit thai the restrictions placed on the schools is
harmful to the conference and to the
individual schools. It there is anything which would hasten the nationwide acceptance of this conference it
would be the- breaking down of these
racial harriers.
The Southeastern Conference is
the only conference in the entire
country which still has this clause.
The main people who clamor that
the SEC is hotter than the Big Ten
should w elcome Kentucky s editorial
but unfortunate) I am afraid th.it
for the most part these people would
be the ones who would condemn it.
The decision by the president ol
Mississippi State to allow the Maroons to play in the NCAA tournament and the support given the dec
sion hv the students and facult) shows
tli.it there- is approval for competition hi tween sc hools w ith N grot s on
their squads. After winning the SEC
titk for the third straight time Coach
Babe McCarthy and his team were
ahh' to 'jo to the tournament and although the) lost, they obtained, I
venture to say, something more than
a consolation w in.
Last w k I mention d that I
tl Light that tlu purpi we
e ry
coach was to implant the strong m ral
fiber needed tor later life and die
practice of good sportsmanship on
and off the ft Id. How is this p sible it a segregation policy is followed by the schools?
In addition to being wrong
this segregation restriction is
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wrong financially.

large

stadiums

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an

overflow

be worked out. It does not seem right
that one conference should be pro-

hibited from playing good teams from
other conferences. It is an injustice
to the hos on the squads and to their
fans.
What makes this policy appear
even more ridiculous is that the pro-t- i
ssional teams draft a large number
o! boys from this conference each
ar
and these boys then play against and
with Negro players. Certain!) former
LSU star Jim Taylor couldn't have
made suc h a name for himsell in the
pros it ii hadn't been for the liki s ol
Willie Da is to open up the holes.
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One onl) has to look at the many
Negro athletes to see
professional
that there is no truth in the theory
ot racial inferiority. It the conference
wants to lw recognized on a par with
the rest of the country it would do
well to follow the suggestion oi the
Kentucky editorial. II enough schools
do not favor this proposal then the
forward-thinkin- g
schools should w ithdraw and form their own conference.
This idea is not so silly. Certainly
and Kentucky
Tulane, Vanderbill
could withdraw without too much ol
a commotion. In addition, I. SI and
Tennessee could probably be p
so that with the addition ol
a sixth team there could be a Middle
South Conference. From within these
states each school could benefit trom
a

recruiting program.
LSU and Tulane could get SOTTM ot
the boys who normal!) go to Gambling; Tennessee and Vanderbilt could
get man) ol the outstanding track-i- n
in that state: and
n and women
Kntucky could get some ot those
bovs from Louisville who hav been
inc to Cincinnati and producing

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conference will soon see that there is
no logical r a son tor clinging to ideas
which are more out ot date in the
twentieth century than they were in
the nineteenth.

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ith such a faciht) in one ot the
mori handsome Universit) buildings,
it wi u!
si m most likel) that the
could make known its
Universit)
man) advantages tor the prospective
collect student who WOO Id make a
both while
contribution oi excellent
in coDegl and in late r years as well.
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American Colleges
Leading inv way
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While
WASHINGTON
President Kenned) attempts to forge
an iron alliance between North and
South America, the State Department
and a number of L.S. universities
are laying groundwork to insure its

future.
Ahead) underwa) is a new Alliance for Progress program aimed at
Latin Americas 550,000 college and
university students. Government officials an well aware that the South
in
American student is traditional!)
the center ot political rnovi ments and
ideas. Witli an eye on these future
leaders, the government and almost
Ki U.S. universities have joined t aid
higher education institutions South
of th' border.
More than S24 million has been
committed by the Agency for InterAid for projnational Development
ects at 57 ot Latin America's 2M universities. Another $50 million will be
spent to comple te mor than 40
these projects.
The work

includes

t

expansion

education,
training in agriculture,
public and bushx ss administration.
engineering and economics. 'I he So-

Stat.. Purdue, Southern
Michigan
California, Indiana. Louisiana State,
Tennessee, Cornell, Catltolk Unrvev-sits- .
n
fu!aue.
Stanford
. Syracuse,
The :.iost compreliensive
agreement s lai is betwe n th Universit) et Pittsburgh awl th Central
Universit) ot Ecuador hi Quito,
Pittsburgh will sen more than
20 prott ssors from nine different fields
to Quito and bring 10 E iiadoream
to its own campus for training. I he
program is financed b) . vT million
grant.
Unde r the project, the professors
will provith technical advice in tin ir
field ior acath mic progi
. teachiafj
laboratories and basic libraries, and
service training. Most of the assistfi Ids. With
ance is aimed at technk
whirlwind changes in social and ecoconditions brought to South
nomic
America wit!) the Alliance program,
themselves
Latin universities foun
at a loss with a limited nrrkruhim.
Latin schools have been shifting
s ich fields
mone) and teachers ti
as medicine . fine arts an law to the
The lack
upcoming technical field
ot t. chnkaD) train tl coll ge sturoadblocks
dents is om ol the maj
lliance projin implementing man)
ects.
s hope s
St
olith dry, the L t.it
the program will create goodwil
witho
intensive
among students
la ban iges. P
ers ol the
pro
that belpi g people to
program
help themselves will al (offset Fidel
( .sir
xpj ;t d brand ol Communism. Aid. officials ban Uing the
report growing euthi iasm n
the part ol I" S. colleges and univer-shie- s.
Marvin Weissman, director ;f
the Office ol Institutiona Develops
ment, said: "Mori U.S. anrversmies
an- asking to hi !p than we can attorn
modatt ri'jht new.
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cial Trust Fund ot tin
Bank which includes
Development
L.S. contributed moneys has earmarked S25 million for similar projects. Ford, Rocfa feller and other L.S.
fou idations ar also aiding such pro- Inter-Americ-

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im sure that anyone interest
in promoting the interests ot the SEC
ol sports in general welcomes
ai
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the' stand
K- rm ! and
hopes that th n st t the

liie h could he made avail ible should
ahilities
the student hav grades a
warranting such support. This room,
tastefull) de c rated in blue and w lute,
could hae on its walls ::' trged photographs oi Universit i! Kentucky
graduates who have brought honor
to tin institution in vari us fields of
end a IT.
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To The Editor:
At this time, with the Student
Union addition nearing completion,
i.ow would he the time to re commend
to appropriate officials that a room
st i aside tor discussions with prospective Students likel) to enhance
the reputation ot the University ol
Kentucky, in addition to those students alread) doing such au able job.
This room would provide a place
for these deserving prospective students and their parents to talk with
tin President, Dean ot Admission, or
deans ot paritcular colleges about the
opportunities afforded bj tin' University. Thought might h given to
funds
oi
assistantship
scholarship
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Southeastern Conference is a courageous one and one that is fully
endorsed by this column.
The editorial Staled that the school
should show the world that it is tired

conference an) way.

TEWI STAFF

the unexpected action
other driver.

ern schools would like to pla Alabama, LSU, Ote Miss can onh be
imagined. The thought ol filling tin ir

the betici in racial inferiority "rammed down our throats. It
also said that the segregation policy
dominated the conference and that it
tht. school was to remain a leading
institution it should live up to its
and withdraw
moral responsibility
from the SEC or announce that it
would begin to rec ruit Negro players
at a certain date. No doubt it such a
st.it menf were to be made the school
would he asked to withdraw from the

Editor

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