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guitar
With the public going wild over
twangers, it in unusual that ft folk song should be as
popular as the ballad of "Tom Dooley" is now.
Folk font? usually have several versions and the
facts are not always reliable. "Tom Dooley1' is no exception. Matter of fact. Tom Dooley. properly spelled.
Is Tom Dula.
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The popular version of "Tom Dooley" is somewhat
different fiom the earlier version of the song. The
opening I3 ifcs of the earlier arrangement are "Hang
your head and cry, Tom Dooley, Hang your head and
cry. For cu have murdered Laura Foster, And now
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die.

The following account of the background and trail of
Tom Dooley is based on a manuscript written by Kin-cai- d
Patterson and now in the possession of Jack

Vance said If the trl.U jre held In Statesville th blue-coa- ts
would han him
The trial was held In Statesville and Dooley appeared

Walker, a graduate student in archeology.
Patterson got most of his Information from his grandmother, who lived In Statesville. N. C.
Tom Dooley, after being discharged from the Confederate Army, returned to his home In Statesville. He
was engaged to a beiutiful girl named I.aura Foster. At
the same time he was carrying on an affair with another

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In his Confederate uniform.
prosecution accused him of killing the allegedly pregnant
Iaura Foster so he could marry his Wilkesboro mistre.
Laura had told friends she was going to elopr wiMi
Tom on the day of her disappearance. Her parked trunk
was found near her body. That same day. Tom had rente4
a horse and wagon.
Dooley was concicted and sentenced to be hanged. Hi
rode to his hanging on Klncaid Hill on his coffin waving-tthe crowd that had come to see him hanged On ths
carfold he still maintained that he was Innocent.
Innocent or not, Tom Dooley didn't get to Tennessee.
"down In some lonesoMA
And he didn't meet death
a white oak tree."
valley, hanging from

at hi trial dressed

woman in Wilkeshoro. N. C.

One day Laura Foster disappeared. Three weeks after
schoolmaster named Grayson
her disappearance, a
found her body in the woods outside Wilkesboro. brutally
stabbed In the side. Grayson, who had once courted
Laura Foster, charged Tom Dooley with murder nnd
his mistress with being an accomplice.
During the trial Dooley "was defended by Zeb Vance,
his commanding officer during the war. Dooley claimed
he would not receive a fair trial In Wilkesboro. but

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LEXINGTON, KY., THURSDAY, DEC.

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DarmelL Chambliss
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Darnell nnd Bob Cham-blis- s
were chosen Greek god. and
goddess last night at the convoca- tion initiating Greek Week on the
UK campus.
Susan is a senior English major
and a member of Delta Delta Delta
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Mortar Board, treasurer of
Delta Phi.
Council. Chi
Tail Sigma, English Club and PhiPan-hellen-

losophy Club.

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Susan transferred to UK following her freshman year at Mount
Holyoke College. So. Hadley, Mass.
Her overall standing is 3.77.
Chambliss is ,a second semester
He is a member
junior in
of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.
Chambliss has an overall standing
of 3.25. He is a member of Keys.
Sod
Lances. ODK, Pryqr
ciety. Phalanx, SU Board and IFC.
Chambliss was awarded a $2,000
scholarship. He was
Keeneland
chairman of the fall Leadership
Training P'.cjram for freshmen.
convocation last
ALo at the
night' at Memorial Hall. Ollie
James, chief editorial writer and
columnist for the Cincinnati Enquirer, was juiest speaker.
James, a graduate of UK and an
alumnus of Sigma Nu frafcini'y,
pre-me-

This week's Sweetheart Is Cynthia Iteadell. a junior topical major
from Indianapolis, Ind. Cynthia, whose topic Is hiological illustracontraption sometimes associated
tion, examines a
with illustrating.
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And Woman
Of Month Named
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Ernestine (Teena) .Williams
Fredeiickson, home economics junior, and Willis Ray Haws, education junior, are the woman and
man of the month.
Mrs. Frtderickson. from Russell-vlU- e.
has a standing of 3.G. She
was chosen for woman of the
month because of her position as
head chairman of the delegates to
the Kentucky Home Economics
Association convention in Louisville Nov. 24. At the convention,
Khe spoke on the activities of UK's
Home Economics

Club.

member of Alpha
lambda Dvlta, vice president of
Owens, secretary of Links, member
if Agriculture Council, member of
l'lii I'j.silon Omicron. president of
t!:e Home I c Club. She Mn a
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The annual Festivities Niht of then omr.etini; in the champion-shi- p
round. I'ach Individual winner
the UK College of Agriculture and
at the
will he awarded a troph
Home Economics' Dairy Club
at 7:0!) tonicht at the Dairy (oniludon of the event.
Center.
Several c,:mic ski's tatunn
UK students majoring in d.tny-111:- 4 da:iy s! !. it ui.ll lie neii. A hula
will show the animal- - thev hi"''; enii'ts' lor ."tialentv .uhI
pieseiiled
Will al
have titled durinc the past month
in their individual projects. Han M Caii'lid. UK senior 'in
'1 hen will he three showmanship
of tl;e Daily
lasses. Jersey and llolsleins will da::vi!.i;. is
he shown first with the winners Club.
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pictures in
lour pa .nes of lull-colthe current issue of Sixrts Illustrated magazine.
The photographs show the tense
the cheerleaders
expressions of
game last
during the Temple-Uyear at Freedom Hall, Louisville.
The came, which Kentucky won.
was in the semifinals of the
NCAA tournament.
In the same issue is an article by
UK basketball coach Adolph Rupp.
career in
describes his
Rupp
basketball coaching and the philosophy that has led to his remarkrecord over the years.
able won-loSports Illustrated describes the
partisan
cheerleaders as "the-mosof all inescapably involved in the
split second
chances of fortune
their heroes experience on the
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Danforth Scholarship as the
standing home economics freshman.
A resident of Warfield. Haws
has a 2.5 standing. He is adviser
ot the Men's Residence Hall Governing Council and was in charge
of the election for the representatives to the dorm council. He was
in charge of the election for officers in which C5 per cent of the
men resident students voted.
Haws is a representative to Student Congress, chairman of the
telephone committee in SC, social
chairman of the Men's Interdorm floor."
Pictured are last year's cheer-leadtDance, member of the Little Kenpat Phelps.' Pat Nalhnuer.
tucky Derby committee. Hanging
Su.- - in
en.-- - committee and state of- Bradley. Tracy W;kUit.
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le'.ho.h t Mary J.aiet Bond and J.uv.e Wn;- in. kv
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Initiations Tonight
For Kappa Delta Pi
Kappa Delta VI, UK f duration
honorary, will Initiate 22 students
pnd two faculty members at 5:30
tonight in the SUB.
The ceremony will be followed by
n dinner and panel discussion of
the I960 Kentucky Education Association legislative program. Dr.
Harold Eckel, associate professor of
ducation, will be moderator. Panel
members will be Miss Elizabeth
Dennis. Mitchell Davis and Mrs.
J. E. Hernandez.
Faculty members to be initiated
are Dr. James T. Moore, Jr., chairman of the division of curriculum,
and Mrs. Jeanne O. C'allihan. Instructor in home economics education.
Students initiates will be Anna
Louisville; Betty B.
M. Collier,
Cornett. Fogertown; Dorothy Edwards. Decatur, Ga.; Anna B.

Fmmart. Louisville; June W.

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Marilyn R.
Margaret
Goins, Madisonville;
Lexington;
Hare,,
Sue
Clara
Hedges, Lexington; Wilbur Her- -

UK Will Debate
At Wiiislon-Salein

Want To Si n
Ilercrs A Chance

Sluilenls Parly Candidate
Enlcrs Grad School Kacc

All male students interested
n
singing have a golden oppoituL v
coming up.
It is hoped by a UK boy th , a
group can be
organized t0 :'.,
Christmas
caroling to the gith
dorms, sorority houses, and
ton hospitals.
Anyone interested should contjri
Roderic L. Murray, Donovan H ill
by the end of this week.
Ho
promises that(this group will
with any other carolers

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was elected on the Constitionalist
ticket in the fall of 1936 and was
on the
s
to two
Party ticket in January
Students
and May of this year!"
The nomination of .Greenland
completes the Students Party slate
for the Dec. 17 election. The other
The Students Party central com- seven candidates were picked in
'
mittee approved the nomination at the primary election.
its weekly meeting yesterday afterJeanne d'Arc Is a French word
noon.
meaning "a bathroom without
Powers is leaving the SC assembly after two years in office. He lights."

Tom Greenland, president of the
man, Ft. Thomas; Patricia Shel-tc- n UK Graduate Club, will be the
Koppman, Covington; Sandra Student Party Graduate School
candidate in the Dec. 17 election.
Luce, Fairburg, Neb.
Greenland will run for the asLynda Lee Miller, Lexington;
Jean Moore, Lexington; Estelle B. sembly seat being vacated by Ted
Nickell, West Liberty; Gail Shoe- Powers. As of last night he had
no opposition.
maker, Paris; Lucille Stiles,
Mun-fordvill- e;

Linda Stoltz, Fern
Creek; Delma Walden, Tompkins-villSara Walker, Princeton; Leo
W. Weddle, Lexington; Helen O.
Wood, Campbellsburg; and James
Yonts, Athens.
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Books Received By Library
Will Be Given To Sludenls
An anonymous alumnus of UK
has contributed a number of books
to the University Libray to be
given to students.
The books are duplicates of the
Library's own collections. A student may select up to 10 books for
his private library if he agrees to

Barnctl Honored
By Kappa Psi

Bob Barnett, regent of Upsilon
chapter of Kappa Psi pharmaceu
tical fraternity, was elected vice
bate Tournament at Wake Forest satrap of the province at
the
College, Winston-SaleN. C, Frifraternity's Province VII conven-

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Student Book Collecting contest
before he leaves school. He must
author, title, place, publisher
, list
and date of publication of the book,
along with his pledge to enter the
book collection contest.
Students desiring to select books
for their library should report to
Room 208 of the Margaret I King
Library between 8:30 a. m. and
12:30 p. m.; 1:30 and 4 p. m. week
days; and 8:30 a. m. to 12 noon
on Saturdays.

FIRST RUN!

FIERY HATTLE AM) LOVE STORY . . .
OUT OF THE DESPERATE DAYS OF THE
FAMOUS FLYING TIGERS!
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Two UK debate teams will pare
ticipate
Dixie Classics De-

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day and Saturday.
Ronald Polly and Tex Fitzgerald will debate' the affirmative on
the question of nuclear development, and Michael Brown and
Richard Roberts will debate the
negative.

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Barnett, senior in the College of
Pharmacy, recently attended the
convention at St. Louis, Mo. The
province includes fraternity chapters in Kentucky, Tennessee, . Mississippi, Arkansas, and Missouri.

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It looks hke ar.othrr ong winter ceited boos, it's only lining that
fi r UK basketball fans who aren't we re! urn the compliment.
State' S.ileiv (VinmiMoiirr 1)
in a frenzy of testacy our the long
to the Y:i
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Nothing and frequent i:ir.N ul our chant
mirth that the pe'im rats
with
We note
Student Congress dealt a bis and not a Sigm.i Phi
leaders.
Room o
Cm , ks rleete d a God and (iodess niht in the Mu-- n
tlow to NSA list week. The deci proposition.
Cheerleaders do ih i loi in a neces- last
more lowly campus sUll.
remaining now
nuht. The
The only question
sive vote defeating the measure
sary 1 unction at the games Lut
tlmnsrhe's
is if it is at all possible for ob- their too frequent pre game cheers gioiips must content
only a a part of this rejec-t:rw.ts
word
a mere knit; and queen.
with
jectivity to return when the
are caried to extremes. Every time
A
THE NEW YORK LIFE
of ours suggested that
of the NSA is brought up again.
Ur.dorlying the defeat
four bits" cheer is the luend
the "Two-bit'
Independents should get
AGENT ON YOUR
Till-- FALL F.LI.CTION
NSA proposition was one of the
given, at least a hundred people
and elect a jesus.
CAMPUS IS A GOOD
voters will elect are doused with cokes when the
displays of
most astounding
On Dec. 17UK
MAN TO KNOW
that this writer' has tight new SC representatives. The loyal students jump to their feet
did provide a for a rousing cheer.
19 primary
( vcr witnessed.
Nov.
To 1 1
In (he first place, the authen-luit- y glimpse at this month's election.
We also note that a group of
of the information Donna
It appears that the difference student jeerleaders have revived Sentl-Fortnto the assembly between the primary vote of the the chant of "Who's he?" alter
Law so i presented
If
fall scineste r Fiu.iiH-- i .s
'I he
was mver questioned, even though two parties could not be called an each of the visiting players' are inI;
Dance .will be held in the ifUH
a bulk of it came from National accurate difference in strength betroduced. Southern hospitality.
.sources, tween tho two. Nonetheless, the
from 8 to 12 p. m. Dec.
ranhellcnic.. Conference
."MAKES CiOOI)
dance is tor i n
The
v.ho fcr the most part oppose NSA. difference was surprising.
played frequently
A song being
1,107
gmeeis emly. Admission will b" by
were - The Nov. 19 primary-dreOthrr inaccurate . pictures
by the local d. J.'s was written by
when Rep. Bob Perkins voters. Of these, 73.6 per cent, or Fred Burch, a former UK journa- I. D. card.
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uad h list of organizations which 1.03G, voted in the Students Party lism student. The song, "Tragedy."
. upported NSA. These groups listed
primary and 271, or 2G.4 per cent, is tunesmith Burch's second re1
Mi-Lad- y
or cast Campus Tarty ballots. It must corded song. Burch's other song
I v Perkins were mostly labor
j..cial minority organizations. The be pointed out, however, that the was a rock and roller called "Jun- GENE CRAVENS
i. accuracies arose in the absence CP had races in only four collets ior Prom."
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NEW YORK
UPSWING IN KLLIGION
away the Students'
By taking
Association of Women Deans, and
FOR
PLEASE CALL
The walls of mens rest rooms in
National Association of Student Party primary vote in Law and Ag the downtown bistros and restauCompany
AN APPOINTMENT
Insurance
Tersonnel Administrators (deans of we find the party still polling a rants, long a medium of advertisOpen 'Tel 9 p m. Thursday and
both of whom also favor comfortable 699 or 65.3 per cent ing for UK fraternities, are reLifo Insurance
Friday nights
of the vote.
NSA.
flecting the current level of religion
Accident and Sickness
The SP outvoted the CP in all in America. A proclamation on the
SOUTHLAND SHOPPING
The third item which might reInsurance
where wall of one of them reads, "Jesus
CENTER
flect even more on the SC deci- colleges except Education
Cox Saves Sinners. Are You Prepared
2024 Heather Way
sion was a bit hypocritical. Many Campus Party candidates Phil
Plenty of Free Parking
PHONE:
spent most of To Meet Him?"
Religion is a
i.nti-NSpeople contend that if and Wayne Wilson
rewonderful thing.
the organization was on this cam- the day at the polls. The CP
ceived 77 votes to 58 for the SP
BARF DEPARTMENT
pus, UK would be subjected to a
pressure. candidates.
time is approaching
great deal of outside
Election
If the primary vote can be taken and our young statesmen will in all
These same people feel the Greeks
would be the one group which as any indication, it appears that probability start their paint slingthe SP will certainly hold the same ing campaigns as sooi) as the sidewould suffer most.
number of seats that they now hold walks are freed of snow and ice.
Although it was well and good
would
We will gladly cast our vote for
for SC to consider the factor of of those at stake. This capturemean
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five anyone who refrains from this
that the party should
outside pressure from NSA, we find
of eight contests.
ignoble practice
tnai inese same representatives
By taking the primary vote
CONGRATULATIONS
were receiving the same kind of
VELVET STEP SHOES
HAPPY HIKER
The football team is to be comr
pressure from various national of- purely on its result, the outcome
would give the SP six of seven mended for turning down the Blue
ficials in sororities.
GIRLS
FOR LADIES
contests with the Graduate School
True, it might have been desired seat not figured since neither Grass Bowl bid. At. the Hawaii
Louisvill-ian- s
advice, but It appears that the party had a primary contest there. game in Louisville, the
greeted our team with con
question of whether UK should
WESTBORO SHOES
Certainly there will be some inCITY CLUB
join NSA or not was a UK matter teresting contests on Dec. 17 and
BOYS
you never know when it comes to
FOR MEN

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Off And Running
King basketball at Kentucky had to
move over this week anil share its
.spotlight with another spoil UK has
only recently excelled in- -t rosscoun-

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Ann Robf.hts, Sodrfy Editor
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Norman McMcllin, 'Cim, rtising Marmer
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tucky runners do it in just over 21

minutes.
This team's remarkable and unprc-tdented feat of delcating 31 teams
in 10 meets to win the SIX chamtiy limning.
ttnde-Icatepionship and linisli the season
last two years have seen KenThe
proves that the runners are as
tucky's tiack and ross-- ountt y 'pi
as the basketball
rise (juitc lajmlly, owing good in their spoil
is in its own. Ami the i tally
largely to the running ability of L. G. learn
,'lies in the lact that
Plunmicr, a junior lioin Danville, blight leatuie
everv single member of this year's
anil IMess Whelan, a llaidstmvii junioss country team will return for
ior, but though Whelan anil Plunnner
next year.
Kiei'inost ol the plaudits, Austin competition and
runniSince track
PvJoC l.uihh (itim, Fred Whelan anil
ng-are
not popular spectator sports
Alan Lips were all consistent linishers
consequently arc not
in this area-a- nd
neai the liont in their trek to success.
UK Athventures-t- hc
money-makinDistance running is thought by
letic Department has done a commany to be the most grueling ol mendable thing in giving them despoits, lequiring more physical stamserved emphasis.
ina anil mental fortitude than even
team and
To the
roughhouse football. A collegiate
Coach Don Cash Sea ton, our conrun covers
gratulations for a job well done.
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hanks-givinwrote a letter beloie the I
holidays complaining ol poor University telephone serviie. Don't print it.
You're right. There is too much
and not enough compliments.
Keep up the good work.
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To The Editor:

am very happy to be down at UK
this semester. The University seems to
base.
tige, etc.
be run on such a common-senssuch an attitude is commendHe knows
The football team 1 like especially.
our society and will advance him It has had some lew dillieulties with
able in
socially faster than most techniques. This
teams like Auburn, but on the whole
being a rodent, sxm
animal, however,
have played it sale and come
himself when, on the night bereveals
through. I have enjoyed your intelligent
the big test, he frantically makes the and well diieeted criticisms against Mr.
fore
rounds of everyone in the class, copying Hlanton Collier aftu the ball games UK.
their notes and cringing in general.
was unlucky enough to lose. Somehov
of the campii popuOur
1
think 1 ague that he has got to be
without a
lace could never be complete
replaced. Wc need leal winning loot-bal- l
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here, so that we tan be really
DF.ALUSS, sometimes called a Stulleduss
proud ol the school.
Shirtuss because, more oltcn than not,
In talks with several students I have
tie, and is either going gathered that UK is a no nonsense soit
he wears suit and
to or coming from a meeting with the of school whcie one can prepare lor a
I'niversiiy administration, or is puparing career in business or coaching without
to appear on a panel of .some kind lor
having to spend too much time on
have to
iiciluuan men.
ton Tmcf maihf ma tics. Alf-yo- ir
though
in ihe moie imHe mav be in Student Congicss.
do is get your gtades
not necessarily. He has his lemale lounter-pai- t portant major lields and learn how to
by
who is pretty nearly a Deadlinuss
handle people in psyc hology-whi- eh,
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as well.
be
To Meetuss
the way, seems lo be about the
Without pointing lingers at the Journand biggest department on campus.
alism building, into his series ol animal
common sense thue, too,
Thev teach
be thrown the siouigc which is good.
portraits must
ol every: Sunday School class, the CYNI-Cl'S1
like the gill situation too. 'I hue
called the
RADICAI.USS. olten
aie a lot of ical snazzy gills on campus,
Imitatuss. whose lnglish
Slnihnanuss
looking lot men. Thai's how I like it.
vocabulary is limited to the pluase, I Thue's just one thing, though. They are
hate it," and whose stein, long brow rather haul to get to know, lor lliey
dioops so low his vision is obsuued. don't speak
ihey
on campus unless
cariies pencils.
He usually
know vou. and 1 find it lathu haul to
Hut peihaps the most obvious and
meet any ol l!m.
olten obnoxious parasite in die campus
enjoyed was
thing I ically
One
with his :?.! standing, the
world is.
Homecoming. I thought ihe gill
know, the
You
Noscuss.
Hiownuss
reallv did a good job ol pu suiting the
smiling liiend who lingiis alter diss queen . . .The bov who s.tid ihe fnayu
tech. lends him
loi a that with the
beloie the game was good. too. He
(.ills him at his home, and just moved me with his wclliliosin met.iphois
hooks,
mikes his pieseiue known in genual.
about playing ihe g;nne oi something
Ihe sad ihing about (his vultuie's habits like that.
is that they usually woik.
Ihe l.i us. too, at the game wue vuy
sketching, ol other good. 1 don't like a vulgar, noisy bunch
piohibits
Space
notables, ihe liulfalouss Hauniuss,
campus
thai lomes lo g. ones lull dressed and sits
the I'sudomuss (iuignoluss. the Trains
thue and hollus all alttrnn hn die
Rauiss (newlv pledged male who siilleis
team.. Hue we srt like ladies ami
his gioup is leally
Hesides all this can get pleasantunder the illusion that
ly high
n ihe vapois.
exc lusic).
1 know,
have loigoMeii lo mention how ninth
Some tsjcs have been omitted,
animal
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you
ike the kernel. 1 like the way
and the faculty has a complete
liltle
that
loi the
huesies
am loie
woild of its own.
son. e times appeal by mistake. It seems
Anothei time, peihaps.
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The Grilluss Ilounduss is especially
noted lor the conlusion that lollows him

when he finally dec ides to go to a class,
lushes to get his books and chops them,
Mattering paper, pencils and combs all
over the place.
And on to another (leatuie, the person you seldom see though his kind ate
multiple, the DEADLINUSS TO MIT

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wliounei buys a
textbook, iiefi lakes nous seldom goes
all. he
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makes a Kint. to see that his "1 don't
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because as he Hies anoss campus Irom
'meeting to meeting. he goes last and
wouldn't slowdown even il he knocked
an old l.uly lUt.
wcllmuMled binie is
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easily diWciiublc became it wcais thiee
at tluni:
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and inuttiis as it
"Let's see, Swains in Cling .at 1 p. in..
Motor : limed t 1:13. conteience widi the
lean at T p. lit.. Society lot De toiiatioij
of Atom Jiombs; (SDn) at .r:.."
Fioiji the D. T. M...ht uv.niove over
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because he or she usually is behind closed
doors in a meeting. Ol all the campus
animals, this one is the most dangerous,

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that woiks quite well, for you
are straightened out now.
Your editoiial p;uc is excellent. There
was one editorial last week on vacations
alter the Tennessee game that sliuek mo.
edYour awareness of the valuable part
ucation plays in the national security vvai
surprising. Sometimes you remind nie of
the
the editorials 1 used to lead in
Philadelphia Inepiiicr. Now there was a
goml paper.
All fin all, I think I'm going to like
UK. 1 am already learning to like its
line old buildings and wooden' floors,
its campus full of sidewalks and dusty
paths, and innumciablc cars.
And at night as I suivey the tender
scene on the doorstep of Keenelanel Hall,
I know there's no imminent danger of
the human race dying out.
Yours lor a bigger" and better Univer-

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Having temporarily run out of dragons
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te slay, I this week pause to analyze
as UK
ci tain set of weird beings known
students, who make up our little jungle
.here in Lexington.
First let us consider that gregarious,
the GRILLUSS
species,
IIOUNDUSS. This animal's habitat is
the popular eating establishment known
as the grill.
licit, his kind gathers lor 13 hours of
are
cveiy day except Sunday (and lluy
smoke,
fighting lor a Sunday grill), to
chitchat, drink collie, smoke, listen to
music and smoke. His pelt, quite valuable in the Fast, curiously resembles
Beimuda shoits, crew necked sweaters
""and blaits. though there are oil varie-

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To he Editor
In view of at least one glaring crroi in
("Senex's") letter "In Delense Of The
Eacullv" my httei appeared before i ho
Tennessee game, lor one 1 cannot feel
vuy chastized by (his) woids.
was giatilied
As a matter of lact,
bv (Senex's) support of my belief that
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considered just a necessary
evil by many ptolessois.
I am delighted that at least one faculty
member suppoits my theory that the
would like lo do away
"avuage prolc-ssowith all lesponsibility . . ." The only
two professois I have whom I consider
to be ae tivelv inteiested in the ii students
have debated this point, so I'm happy
that he agues with me.
In passing, however, I'd like to comment thai it's lather sad that wc students who arc hue to lea in must be
subjected to such indilluent professois
in u tin n loi our tuition. 1 sinceiely
hope that 1 never have a piolcssoi as
disintuesteil as (Suiex); most of th m
aie bad enough.
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"Senex" told us he did not care to debate this ipicsiion linihti. Timeline, we
ih ink it only fair lo point cut that his
comment on lopontibility has been taken
mil of context. His Malemcnt was that
pu lessors would laihcr not bother with
class lolls, giadcs and tests but would
p