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Annette, Spin and Marty Disney was the master
Seeing Fantasia And only in later years
Realizing what it was all about Hopalong Cassidy Tonto and Kemosabi
Gabby Hayes, Zorro        our celuloid heroes Saturday morning spent with Our Gang
It's me! It's Pinky Lee!
Bugs Bunny
Woody Woodpecker
Tom Terrific and his Wonderdog Roy Rogers Happy trails to you ...
Endless summers filled with Kickball Baseball Sandlots New Kids Bicycles Swimming Mother-may-l King of the Mountain "So's your old man"
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/, the Spirit of Fraternities, represent among th e students a symphony of high purpose and helpfulness in which there is no discordant note. It is my purpose to train men and women to hve constantly above snobbery of word or deed; to place scholarship before social obligations, and character before appearances; to work earnestly, to speak kindly, to act sincerely, to choose thoughtfully that course which occasion and conscience demand; to be manly and womanly always; to be discouraged never; in a word, to live their lives faithfully and earnestly according to the highest and noblest teachings.
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The Paddock Restaurant, done in race track motif, is one of several after dance rendezvous. Sandwiches, hamburgers and waffles are common choices of food. Milk is also in high esteem. (1939)
Resolved that students living at Woodland be prohibi ted from visiting at each others rooms after 6:00 P.M. during study hours. (1869)
The University was in financial trouble because the stock they invested in wasn't paying dividends. (1873)
First female graduated: Belle Clemente Gunn (1888)
A.B. Chandler  "Haa'vd," introducing Happy, who reversed his motors, took his basic law at above mentioned institution and polished it up with a couple of years at Ky. "Happy" was class warbler. Specialty was the midnight serenade. (1924)
J. T. Scopes graduated. (1924)
The Wildcat (campus humor magazine) presents humor in attempts to clarify campus opinion. (1940)   Only in winter does it swell to the proportions of anything like a lake. Students in the fall are greatly disappointed to find nothing but a morass, instead of (as they thought) a sparkling surface of water dotted with sails." One of those misled was the new dean of the Education Department, who arrived at the college with his boat in 1909. He stored it at Miller Hall for years.
Rites of Spring  1910
May Day Float after "Monkey Trial Uarsihj Basketball
By Daniel Goodman
COACH RUPP
Facing the prospects of a somewhat dubious season as a result of a large loss of basketball material by graduation in 1930, and as a result of the introduction of the new fast break system to the boys of Kentucky, the netmen of the varsity basketball squad fought their way through one of the most successful seasons in many years, to climb to the finals of the southern conference tournament only to lose one of the most heart-breaking games ever played on the hardwood to the University of Maryland by ?, score of 29 to 27. Fighting their way throught a total of fourteen games, ten of which were with southern conference teams, the Wildcats emerged from the season with only two losses, one being against a team which at another time was defeated by the 'Cats, while the team which downed the Kentucky men for the other loss failed to go as far in the tournament as did the Wildcats.
The Kentucky quintet adapted itself in creditable fashion to the new fast bre?J< system used by Coach Adolph Rupp, and, winning favor from sports writers throughout the South during the season, with Captain Carey Spicer leading southern scorers, succeeded in placing three of its men on the Associated Press' first all-Southern team, after the tournament tilts. With George Yates, stalwart center, making himself almost the unanimous choice for the all-Southern center position, Louis 'Lil' McGinnis led his team mates and all others in the tournament for scoring honors, and Carey Spicer followed closely to capture third place. Jake Bronston, sturdy guard for the 'Cats, won much praise from critics of the game in the South, while Ellis Johnson, sophomore guard, who was prevented by injury from playing in the last games of the season, and Charles Worthington, another sophomore who became a regular guard in the last games of the season, displayed ability which marked them as worthy of the team which brought so much fame to the Blue Grass.
Bill Trott, another guard on the Kentucky five, proved a valuable man on the squad, while Darrell Darby and Aggie Sale, sophomore forwards, won much favorable comment, whenever called upon to aid the 'Cats in their fight for a conference victory.
      Miss Mary HucKins
Lam da. Chi Derby Queen      Music, feelings, sky, water, and grass
Sensations
Swirled together in
Motion at Crossen's Farm
Dancing, running, swinging, swimming,
Being
Beautiful, stretching bodies And spirits of peaceful abandon   Until the prying eyes
And unmoving hearts of Others
Destroyed the joy And made us suspicious
And more bitter.
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     A4    MOTION  I;  Androcles and the Lion
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      They say I was born in the land of the free.
But the home of the briefcase is all I can see,
With fine houses and highways we covered the land,
But freedom's a fable if the conscience is banned.
So I'm going to prison for what I believe.
I'm going to prison so I can be free.
I've got something to die for,
What else can they do?
I've got something to live for,
How about you? "Student Coalition Purpose:
The Student Coalition was organized to provide a forum for the majority of students and to defend their rights against those who would irresponsibly abuse them in the name of "justice" and "freedom."
The Student Coalition, in short, is a voice of responsible moderation at UK, and only on the path of moderation and restraint are true justice and freedom to be found. Without such moderation, the University cannot survive."
    "Nevertheless, a major consideration in any appointment or promotion which carries tenure must be superior intellectual attainment as evidenced in both teaching and in research and other creative productivity. That is the balance statement which is mentioned in the Governing Regulations of the University."
Dr. Wimberly Royster
"I think it would be unrealistic to state that there is no element of judgment in these decisions to appoint or reappoint, judgments must be made, and primarily it's a peer judgment in the department concerned. There is judgment by the dean, judgment by the area committee, judgment by my office and by the president, and the final confirmation by the Board of Trustees."
Dr. Lewis Cochran
Dean Wimberley Royster
"Administrators will tell you it is a routine business matter, that this is the way it has always been done, and that they are pleased you are so concerned but that it is really none of your business."
". . . Scholarship, formerly a goddess of the disinterested pursuit of knowledge, is now a whore who sells herself in the academic marketplace. This disinterested pursuit of knowledge once meant knowledge of and about life; now it means, quite literally, publication."
Dr. Pat White
"Here at UK, good teaching, especially on the undergraduate level, is daily being sacrificed upon the altars of national prestige and "visibility" as administrators increasingly reward faculty who zealously pursue their publication-oriented research."
"I honestly do not know if the combined efforts of certain committed administrators, faculty and students can accomplish meaningful change in the face of the intransigence of other administrators and faculty and the apathy and irresponsibility of certain students. But we have to try."
Dr. Byron Petrakis In the largest turnout of voters at UK students chose their second "liberal"; Scott Wendelsdorf succeeds Steve Bright.
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95    Just you and me George Bleep-Bleep-Bleep   Interested and enthusiastic about learning we soon found out
that college classes weren't what they
were supposed to be that the excitement quickly faded and that the stimulating material came
from stimulating teachers and they usually got fired or were encouraged to leave, or got better appointments elsewhere. We did learn that classrooms were where you made them
and that the most relevant revelations came to us at the Paddock after many pitchers or after staying up all night or while spending hours watching in the grille.
But then, some of us really appreciated the opportunity
to learn anything, from organizing data to organizing people.
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 64            '  "Our affluence is the critical factor. We have created a technological monster that is destroying the ability of the land to support life. We do not have to knock out many things in the ecosystem to upset the balance . . . and we are close to the point where we cannot go on and survive, too."
"The United States is the most overpopulated nation in the world because its large numbers of people, technology and affluence are destroying the ability of this land to support life more rapidly than any other nation."
"The really important thing is what the birds are telling us; their extinction is trivial in comparison. They are telling us that spaceship earth is no longer safe for human habitation."
115
 "Catastrophe is inevitable, and the choice is more brutal. We may have massive death through thermonuclear wars or disease; which could have the beneficial effect of waking people up, decreasing the population and allowing us to plan for the future.
116
Or we can continue the game to see how many people we can have on earth until the inevitable crash, the elimination, which I think could come within a decade."
Quotes by Dr. Wayne Davis 
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CHURCH SPOOLS MOM mUTH FELLOWHIP B-DQPH   IPFICB   &W THE OOVERNOE
FRASKFORT, KENTUCKY 40601
August 31, 1970
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Dear Student:
As Governor and as father of two college students, let me extend a personal welcome to you in the beginning of this new academic year.
Kentuckians are proud of the responsible manner in which almost all of our students have responded to contemporary issues and problems. Our confidence in the young is reflected in the unique opportunities that have been afforded for youth participation in public affairs 18 year old voting; age of majority for 18 year olds; student representation on public college governing boards; student membership on state environment regulatory agencies; legislative and administrative intern programs.
However, incidents here and across the country now threaten the peoples' confidence in the young.    As a result, public attention and concern will certainly be focused on the campus this fall.
Traditionally, the university has been one of the primary means for promoting human progress in an enlightened, reasoned manner.    It is crucial that our institutions of higher learning continue to be equal to this challenge.
All of us must be concerned that disruptive and violent action on the campus may encourage a public and legislative backlash that could drastically affect the academic freedom we cherish.    Furthermore, such a response could seriously undermine our ability to maintain the secure financial base which we have worked so hard to establish for public higher education in Kentucky.
You have a personal responsibility to make sure this does not occur. I know you will want to be among the vast majority of responsible students who are working constructively to build a better future and to make sure that our colleges and universities continue to fulfill the educational purposes for which they were established.
You have my very best wishes for a productive and enjoyable year.
Governor
121      "Town riding is a real bummer  gas fumes and traffic.. .
It's a weird thing but when you're out in the country on a bike your eyes can focus on every little thing that you pass, and since there's nothing around you, you can reach out and touch the open spaces. You can smell honeysuckle and feel the temperature change ...
Your body gets in this rhythm and you get very much in tune with the road and the bike. It's a great feeling... a natural high.
After an all day ride, you come back and take a shower, eat a good meal and get a sleep that's  well, the kind of sleep you have when you're at peace with yourself."
127    3n jHemortam   134  / //Ve
in the baked deep of a sunflower root And
When I feel I can
I wade in the rocky brook
that loiters around it
And
Like black and white
I rejoice in the phenomenon
of suspended harmony
cherie collins
John Stephenson
136
John Stephenson  mendes
Child of the sky,
yes I was, and happy
to be until I became
your child of the sky,
flying to please you
yet not to be like you
forgetting to please
the one I call myself.
I don't lose childhood
with years of experience
or a great deal of sadness.
I know where I am
and I can assure you
that although I'll grow up
I still won't lose childhood at all.
Some balloon man and some small child
lost some dream to me
the day they told me
that balloons are manufactured
and children are made by accident
of time and place and parentage.
One day things were confused,
the baby was yellow and attached
to earth by a piece of string,
his mother gave birth
to a six-pound, blue-eyed balloon.
barbara cambron Jesus Christ
the man who existed
or didn't
stood in front of the temple holding his breath for three minutes just to see if he could do it. Of course he could you forget that he's God. Jesus Christ
he lives in the mountains now
far up in the mountains by himself
up the road from where we are,
he drops in sometimes and eats oatmeal cookies
while he tells us stories
about holding his breath for three minutes
in front of the temple
and he tells us about the people he met
while bumming around the east.
He says he likes the mountains
more than any other place
but he never says why, he just smiles
and leaves, and far up the road
he shouts back "goodnight,"
as if he had forgotten to before.
Of course he hadn't
you forget that he's God
guy mendes
barbara cambron Here I kept that old bottle
the whole summer long
making wishes and daydreams around it.
Now I'm back at the place
where he gave it to me
just to store it away in the attic.
I wish I could say
that he hurt me so bad
but I laugh
when I think about it.
Not to know him at all
and to think that I'd fall
in love with that old wine bottle.
barbara cambron   we couldn't find the name of the book in the card catalogue so we left the card catalogue in the library and carried the front desk out the back door slowly,
then as we were coming through the park we met three freaks
all doing what freaks do that they always drop
into conversation about the card catalogue-front desk
situation and for forty-five minutes we were real
hippies
climbing trees two at a time
until the sun set into pink sky that was quite yellow
to our eyes at the time on Tuesday evening
when we left the freaks in the park.
we caught the bus to the train station where we waited
for Godot
while we all had a small root beer and shared one bowl of soup,
there were seven of us at the time
and one by one we boarded trains to anywhere.
although i knew exactly where i wanted to go and exactly why
i wanted to go there i was the last to board the train.
barbara cambron
143
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You caught the ghost Of life.
Flowing through time,
Still only for that
One second of existence.
The peace was Yours The thrill Mine.
For now I see myself.
susan rosenbaum
144 mike walker
145  / turned from you Seeing your eyes glow With pleasure.
They caught me And held me There
Feeling full and female.
But it was time to leave And you said nothing As usual.
I decided it was my turn to speak.   I
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It is time for women to turn away from the traditionally imposed roles society has force upon them, and to recognize that they too must have the rights of any "human" being  equality and the opportunity for fulfillment as a person.
This would restructure our oppressive society to let women  and men  be free from a compulsive stereotype and would give them, for the first time, the responsibility for their lives  and bodies.
First of all the Women's
Women's Liberation Meeting
Liberation Movement wants  Consciousness Raising.
"Women are the only oppressed people whose biological, emotional, and social life is totally bound to that of the oppressors. We must provide a place for women to be friends, exchange personal griefs and give their sisters moral support  in short, develop group consciousness." NY Radical Feminists
Tfflien women decide this war should end, Ibis war will end
Demonstrate in Washington IIC. & in San Francisco
Seventy-eight percent of the women in this country want an immediate end to the war in Southeast Asia On April 24, women will be marching together to show where we stand
UNITED WOMEN'S CONTINGENT
1029 Vermont AuaNW 8th floor Washington LX.20005 (202-628-5893)
151 II. Equal
Equal
Work III. Free 24-hour Day Care Centers, staffed equally by men and women.
Women must be able to keep the jobs they need (to support their families) or want (to fulfill their lives.)
Children will be happier with a happy mother, will learn to
regard each other as individuals at an early age,
become independent in their lives, thinking and ideas of sex roles.
153 VI. Abortion Law
// you don't know someone who's had an abortion you're lucky. (Of course, you may not know, even about your friends.) You're lucky because you don't know the agonizing decisions about 7. How could I ever tell my parents, or 2. I can tell my parents  but nine months and a lot of hassle, or 3. Emotionally, I'm not ready, or 4. Marriage? No . . ., and 5. / haven't the right to bring a child into the world, have I?
You also don't know of the desperate scramble to find a "doctor" who would do it and the $300 he will grab from your soul. You would be very lucky because you wouldn't know about the girl who couldn't stop bleeding, the girl who got the infection, the girl whose abortion didn't "work"...
. and Free Clinics and Birth Control Devices Available for All Women. peal
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Baltimore, Md. 768-3100 Bermuda (Hamilton) 2-5900
Bethlehem, Pa. 264-2866
Binghamton, N.Y. 729-9171
Birmingham, Ala. 328-9851
Boston, Mass. 262-3700
Bowling Green, Ky. 842-0366
Bradenton. Fla. 958-2121
Buffalo. N.Y. 862-3170
Canton. Ohio 499-8131
Charleston. SC. 723-7851
Charleston, W. Va. 343-6161
Charlotte. N.C. 366-6131
Chattanooga, Tenn. 265-2351
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Huntsville. Ala. 883-1660
Indianapolis, Ind. 638-3321
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Johnson City, N.Y. 729-9171
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Lexington. Ky. 264-2701
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155 IV. A Change in the Media Image Presented to, for, and about Women...
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MAN OF THE YEAR Would you believe this man is:
A. J. Edgar Hoover's leading campus spy attached to U.K. since 1967, after getting the goods on Berkeley's Vietnam Day Committee and doing preliminary research on the DuBois Club and the Weather Underground.
B. Lexington's  and Kentucky's  leading music freak. Designed and ran the sound system on the Merry Pranksters' traveling bus. Was thrown off in Jellico, Tennessee after playing a jet take-off at a hundred decibels in the middle of an acid test. He landed at U.K.
C. Former Mafia Don, former Hell's Angel, former heroin addict, now the highly successful local organizer for Campus Crusade for Christ.
D. The undergraduate most feared and respected by the U.K. faculty and administration.
159  "If you like the idea of determining your own education; if you like the idea of shaping your classrooms to meet your educational needs and interests; if you like the idea of studying what, who, where, when, and how you choose to study; if you believe that learning is the act of the learner, and not the act of the teacher; if you believe that learning is dependent upon an atmosphere which is not only free of coercion but also free to be determined and shaped by the learner; if you believe that learning does not have to be measured and graded in order to be true as well as meaningful; if you believe that learning does not necessarily begin and end with the clock or with the semester; then your free university suggests that you try one of the opportunities for this kind of learning experience that is described on this page."
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Usually we do not relate as
one person to another person
as one individual to another individual
as one human being to another human being.
If one acts in unjust ways,
if one's actions are not expressions
of love and brotherhood,
then soon there is little justice,
little love and little brotherhood.
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Speech by Dr. Gene Mason, PL & B Day
163  REVOLUTIONARY MANDATE 1
These are not the times
to take your friends for granted
to assume that they will always be there
They may not be
and if you wait until the next time
to tell them that they are very special to you
you may wait until
someone calls you and says that
So-and-so's body was found
beneath the bricks
of a dynamited building, or
So-and-so was shot while he slept.
therefore,
it is hereby mandated
(by the poets and artists and musicians,
who are responsible for the spirit and
soul of the revolution) that when you finish this poem,
you are to call your brothers
sisters and in your own way make them know that you love them.
Let them know.
Five minutes from now
you may never have the opportunity again.
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