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Judicial Board Rules
SC Elections Possible
B) t: 1 H t;t) WILSON
Kernel Mum hag Editor
"he Studt nt Congress Judi--

Board
stefday decided
U
ititutionai means are a ail- able to ad to an election of
Student Congress officers tin's
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spring.

Sure Winner

Catherine BJnrd prepares te rater the Debntanti
tunior Em
UHh Bewturkj Derby. This n ek's sweetheart is
A a nember
i Delta.
iish major rum I rxinf
of Alpha
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The constitutionality of the
ejection, originally scheduled tor
April 90, was qui tioned WednesPresident Raleigh
day by

ea
Peterson Co Se
For Trustees9 Heeling
T5ic charges
against Dr.
"rank 1). Peterson, suspended
the Univer-it- y
fee president
in charge t business ad
ministration, are exnected t
the
lie discussed
nf Trustees in its 11
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An
report
tin- Pet4 rson case,

concerning
by At-

torney General John Breckinridge Wedneaday night, brought
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to light the charges issued against
Peterson in the March 4 meeting of the Board ol Trustees

lr. Peter n. Wednesday Bight,
reiterated baa claim ot banoeessee
:
anj rriane and added that be
answer
iiitu prepared
anj and aM ipeeific charges, if,
aad when made in the proper
irm.'

A prepared statement
by
Charles Landrum Jr.. Lexington,
Peterson's attorney, follows:
'The attorney general's stale

merit make.-- , no new allegations
and raises no new matters, but
is a rehash, in part only, of the
statements made bv the governor
to the Board of Trustees on
March 4. 1963.
"I am not guilty

LKD Schedule
Is Announced
tor Hi Little k
iK'ky Derhy this
ature the Deb intt Stakes, costume pai
end wii
contest, and a dorm dance on I 'riday.
rUghhgfats in Batnrday'i sched-ul- e
Omega Nancy Jo Kavanaug Pi
include the Turtle Derby, a
Kappa Alpha and Holmes Hall
baseball gamr, the Little
2A an :t!2B:
Fontaine Kinkead.
Derby race, an intra-- - u id
Trian ie and Troopers: Debbie
football lame and a concert.
Long, Lambda Chi Alpha and
Kecncla.'i'l and I'.laer Halls
Delta Pi: Amonda
will bald
pen hanae Sunday
Phi Bigma Kappa and Delta
from ! p.m. to
p.m.
Gamma
The schedule for Friday.- - evt ats
Ma::.e Marti,,. Zeta Beta Tau
ad Patters n Hall first Ooor; Jan
6:15 p.m. Costume paraders ar- Mattox, Breckinridge Hall; Cathy
Haggin Hall B4 and
6:30 p.m. Stakes participants
Kinkead Hall: Barbara Richard-- .
arrive, queen candidates arrive:
Ph: Kappa Tau and Blazer Hail:
7:00 p.m.
Parade:
Ken-tuc-

Al-p-

Man-fiel-

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candidates and their
are Eecky Anderson.
Pemovam Hall third Door rear
and Kappa Alpha Theta: Carolyn CaiaphtTI, Raggin Hall B3
b?d BManes Hall IB: Debbie IV.
n
tanev. Sigma Phi
and
Kappa Delta: Susan Dunn. Kapson HafJ
pa Bbpna and Patter
third Door: Phylli- - Eaton. Tau

Inga Riley. Bradley Bruiser- and
Su.-a- n
Gamma Delta:
Alpha
Rhode-- . Kappa Alpha and Keeneland Hall third Door; Susan
Stumb. Delta Tau Delta and
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Wendy
Tanner. Phi Gamma Delta and
Boyd Hall.
Judges for the contest are Mrs.
Entity Nousflski and Mr. Charles
Palmer ot Lexington, and Mr.
Rahcii Kleir. Louisville.
The twenty contestant-- , already chosen for talent, will oe
facial beauty,
Judged on poi.-personal appearance, and personality.
Member- - of the winning team
in the Debutante Stakes will receive S25 eift cert If lea tea
from downtown stores. After the
race and the queen contest. Johnny and the Hurricanes will play
at the dorm dance. Coeds will
have 2 a.m. permission Friday

and Holme- - Kail
Kappa
third floor: Hatty Bates, Baptist
Student Union and Keeneland
Hali second floor: M:kk: Frank-U- n,
Pni Delta Tneta and Patter-so- r.
Hall second floor: Car lyn
Cramer, Bradley Beavers and Chi

si ticket "ill rover Friday's
in the CoBaeuea. and admission to the dorm dame is 40
cents.
The schedule for Saturday"!
Continued on P.u !

7:30 p.m. Two
7:50 p.m. Pre-e-

heat-;-

:

twenty queen

contestants:
8:15 pin. Three heat-- :
8:35 p.m. Present ten queen
finalists:
:50 p.m. Three heats:
?:15 p.m. Present five queen
miahsts:
!:25 p.m. Stakes finals:
35 p.m.
ie.45 p.m.

Pre.-e-

trophic-- :

Present queen and

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a in. Dorm Dance at Blaz-

er Ha!!.
Que.n
ponors

Ep.-ilo-

nieht.
A

t ion of any moral or legal code or
statute. I am t ully prepared to
an.-wpeciiic
any and all
ehargea if and v. hen made in the
proper form.
l and
I do not Kke to he tri
irreconvicted la the press !
sponsible St item r'.-- . made by
persona art tint political office
rspectaBj Immediately before the
priaaary election.
. T again reiterate that I have
not violated the law or breached
any fiduciary capacity. I have
devoted 22 years of my life to
the University. I deplore the pomotive- behind
litical
these
charges which only damage the
.
ha- - already
Univer-ityThe harm
been done to me bv the.--e unsubstantiated ehargea in the
press.
"On Friday I will ask the
to let me make
Board Of Tru.-tee- my specific answer to each of
the governor's Ust of alleged violations.
I am
firmlj convinced of my
Innocence and await an pari? opportunity lo defend myself hi the
proper form.
Landrum also issued a brief
statement in which he noted that
the attorney general "requests
the Governor for smnmary dismissal by the Board of Trustees
Of Dr. Peter-on.- "
Landrum added:
"Dr. Peterson has certain rights
under the statutes and the
regulations of the University. Regardie: - of the.--e rights,
common decency require.- charges, notice to Dr. Peterson of
a hearing for him to face his
and to be represented by
counsel m any proposed
Thi procedure is exptcted.
apart from the rights afforded
lum by the statutes and the gov-eriregulations of the University."
In other bulbar in. the Board of
Trustees will hear the President's
report dealinu with finance.-- , requisitions and orders for the first
quarter, approval of contracts
and aureemeiit. approval Of free
scholarship- - for foreign .students
for 1963-request from the Kentucky Federation of the Blind,
and estabttshaaent of the UniverAuxiliary.
sity Ho-pithear
The Trust eel ariB al-- o
committee reports on real estate,
finance, and faculty relations,
and will review appointments and

other staff chanses.

SC Meet
There will he a Student Congress meet bag .,t 7 p.m. Monday
in Laffertv Hall. This meeting
is I I til mi ly important and all
Student ( angresa members are
ured to attend

Lane. Yesterday's Judical Board
meeting was to rule whether
Lane's charge of a constitutional
oversight ruled out the election
and installation of officers this
spring.
meet-ke- g
Lane ii s called
o
eoatgresa tor J:M p.m.
I
Mond ii aa it
affertj 11 ill
conrtrooan "Action taken by the
aasembl) at thii mrcting wiM determine nhethev the election wil
tie held t'us i)r:iu or next tall.'
be
In announcing the decision,
chairman Dave Graham
said that according to Article V
of the Congress'
means
are available for suspension of
rethe section of the-- e
quiring a fall election, and for
the elections to pr e ed aa scheduled or at a later date.
Article I. Section 1 ot the bylaw states that Student ( on- -

flections "shall bp h;Id in
the tail semester not earlier
than the first day of the third
sjress

full week of efctaeca . ."
It waa upon thaa Article thai
Lane had contested the consti-tutionah- ty
of the adaadnled
spring election.
Ai":cle V of the
tta!
"These By-Lamay be
vote of
by a two-thht- da
the members
preatini at any
meet tit g ."
For the elections to be held
during the spring, Graham aahl
the following procedure would be
followed:
1
d
A motion to
the
aanat be paancd
2. A act of rule- - for electijti
procedure mu-- t be adopted.
3. Nomination- - ior the officer
ol president, vice president, aec- rotary, and traaaurcr, ggajgt u
made.

Withers, Kuster
To Head Kyi an

mathemati s major fmin Loam,
With,
ii n
k. ituckian the l"ni l
ville, lias been named edit I ol tlit
rar.
Yearbook, tot the 196 (S4 st Ik
Ted Kuster. a sophomore anihonorary, and ha- - served on Stumal science major from Paris,
dent Congre.-s- .
will serve as associate editor.
i
No bnakaom manager ha- Miss Wilher- - had been a memnamed.
ber ot the vcaabooh ttafi for
Other staff positions include:
g
three teats and is cnrrcntlj
Barbara Sot ton, Arlington. As.
as aaaocmte editor. She h a
ColeSamuel
sociatc
Editor;
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serv-ha-

af the Alpha Xi i)elta
and has worked on the
(ireek Week ai.d "s1ar m
Night Steering Commettcea.
of
She was coeditor-in-chithe yearbook at Durrett High
School in Louisville.
Kuster - currently Greek editor and - a member of Simr.a
Alpha Epsilon fraternity He
a membe: of Lance junior men's
membae
OTOritj

man. Louisville. (.reeks; Ian
Pa
Omh.r. Caraopolin
sports;
seniors.
Bettl Cates,
Booton. Lexineton. beauBetty
ty and culture: Peggy Parsons,
Ft. Ttjoanas, arid 8aHy King. Lex.
mgton, organiaations,
Marty Oegenhehner, Bradford
woods, Pa., layout; and Carolyn
Cranu
Lexington residettco
hall- - i nd administration.

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TKD KL'STEB

WITHLRS

Breckinridge To Appear
Today At Buell Armory

lin 11. Breckinridge will he on
State Attorney General
toda in connection with a jam session and rally be
campus
the Univei uty Stuclents tor Breckinridge
hrg sponsored
tor Lieutenant Governor, at 3 j) p.m. in Buell Armory,

Breckiiuidae. who received his
bachelor and law degree- - from
the University, is a native of Lexington and has erved a- - a member o: the state legislature. Currently he - state attorney general and chairman of the Ken-tucadvisory Committee on
Nuclear Energy. He was p:'- attorney for the state in

the Carter County School fund?
case and one of the leadn. the Hew pull 'ice and enraa
m:-u.-

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clean up canipaign.
fVhBa

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tudent at the

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fratrnitv twice and a a

sity he

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* THE KENTUCK1 KERNEL, Friday, April

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26,

1963

LKD

W

ununited Iran Pase 1
events is as follows:
8 a .m.-1- 2
noon Build Stalls a:
the Sports Center:
10 am. Turtie Derby on the
lawn;
10-- 1
pjL Ope.: fa use at the
nun'- - dorm:' r:
12 noon
Judge stalls at the
Sport - cen'er:
baseball
l pin. Oeorfia-U- K
gaeac at the Sport- - center:
3 p.m. Little Kentucky
Derby
at the Sports Center track;
7
p.m. Haw Willi ii lootball
gaaae at Stoll Field;
9 pjn, Concert
with Oe rge
Shearing, Nar.cv WSaoo, and
Danny On at the Coliseum.
flllMlllililill
to the Little Kentucky Derby is SI. Concert tickets are $2, 62.75. and S3 JO. Ticfc- - naay ',- purchased at Kenne-c'.- v
Bookstore. Campus Bookst it.
Pataners Dragsl n
Dawaharea,
Barnesr Miller's, and the LKD

fe

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Mrs Falconer

rn's

ol' Hm

pril
Chicago
by
Advertising Club.
15-1- 7,

sponsored

Federated

The students, Gary Marshall
and Jim Unds v. both Juniors in
the College of fianinc iti . heard
.speerhe.s from adn rtisinf executives associated with the nation's
Media departments and
kwi
agencies.
All facets of ati vcrtisiif. technique, were Meeuwed, ;'.n:l
pctiade were
he'd after rack ipttck, G elded
tours af five Chirac agencies
eaaavMrted.
were al-e
students represent-in- n
'II
the
and
universities ol the nation atParty-on-

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MEMPHIS, Tenn (AP) A tadpole tangle created a crisi that
never will be forgotten
at
ret h' office here.
to venture Into the
Wallace
E.
business,
Johnson ordered a batch ol frogs
from a St. Lout
and tiidptle:

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firm
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OOK a ll prevMe at the meeting
The UK chapter ot" ODK has
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NOW SHOVING

An Intensive first year course
In Rus Ian may be offered in the
i
summer
km it there is suf- The course would be two hours
day, five days n week and
would complete the requirements
foi both first and second semester Russian. Six credits would be
of the
eai . i on completion
course.
Interested students should contact Robert Moore in the Modern
Foreign Language l) parUnent m
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nobo.iy could locate
Johnson to make dt Ihn ry.
The men at the freight office
were nervous arreck. by the time
delivery was made on Monday.
They had spent the whole weary
fresh water
weekend
pouring
over the I MlMrt t
day

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provmce meeting ! O. nitron Delta kappa, national
senior men's leadership society, will be held today and
titmorrow.
Ab.'.tit 20 chapters from colleges
in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and
Kentucky ate to e.id representatives to discuss a re-- c valuation
f odk standards and its proc

The UK chaptef nl the Music Educators National Con
ference will hold .t carwash Saturdaj from lJ a.m. to
p.m
in the Zaudale Shopping ( t utor parking lot behiml thi
Ashlaml )il ( !o. sen ice station.
The MENC plans to hold
,,
irom the earwash win bo
Ora.s.s
alio ConoitcTl!.':
Clinic oil
u.,o ti to. nice the elinie
14 and 15 featuring Mr.
May
The price ol a cam isli will In
S1.00.
Henry Smith, first chair trombonist oi the Philadelphia Symphony,

Phone

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Two UK stu. li nts attended
the IMS Dillegiate trJkertis-in- g
Confeience held in ChiHie

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Ca rwash Tomorro s

Students
Attend Ad
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aterfield, spoke eeenlly to Um cirls on
campus mhm are ararkiitg far haadler-Waterfiel- d.

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Powell, vice

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The tag which should have
been on the crate with the 12
lions instead of the one with the
G.000 tads, read:
"Insured for $20 each."

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Waitress-- ', COOkt.
work b said
aaaarmca, bafraben, etc Auction
to "&e held Sunriav night. April 2H at
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Baptist Student Outer M Liine-feMto fcf (. Auction will I)
fin at 9 p.m. Proceeds to M t..r the
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Social Whirl
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NAM

we usher in what if
known all over The nation to be
the even: of the L:tt!e Kentucky
Derby. Traditionary
preceding
ihc Bentncky Derby at Cburch-hi- H
Downs, this. DK's own little
aphurgc, has mere t xcitemem,
ore tbrills, and more iranlng
than any borac race. Dnlesc i
o is: t- yon have financial interest m ,t certain speedy animal,

Tht circle from dormitory

YI

BLCKLEY. W V.i P A cer- tain father here took note of the
fact that one 'if his- three dauuh- ten wa receiving' seven letters.
each week from the same boy.
One afternoon, when he was

ONG

is just beginning
In Blazer Hall
the Men's Residence Halls and
their cohorts tht Women's Residence Kails. a:t sponsoring, under
ol that infamous
the leader.-h:the
group,
Repentant Panty
a
Raiders,
spectacular dance,
and the Burricanea w:!:
j. tnu
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et u:
Watusi

will begin. Sched- -

action

cor-

and the group ovei in
have finally fi t ;'.
then
test g
tricycles in the hazardous Debu-t;- -:
as
te Stakes. Decked out in
and Peter Pan blouses,
brave Buatea will pump
nel

ta

nble olf at the appointed
place, - that 'he trike can qpiick-l- y
c.ken over by another an-nit a ed. Whipping through the
tietze bah blowing acrost their
eve-- to prevent vision of any
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r'pe, several coeds will race t icfa

to the spectaculai
finish
This i known as loyally, and
may the fastest filly win!
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Then there are costume
Ail

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terms,

hapes.

and stat U will hide behind
masks and under floats, and hope
against hope that nobody recognizes them.
Inevitably, there
ccr.-.a call from the audience.
"Hey. John, what are you doing
in those leotards?" But thut is
yet to be suffered. Recall only
the glad moments when ycu get
cut from in front of that crowd!

Next on tonight's agenda is the
fceauty eonteat. The cverwhelm-In- g
of the pretty laaaea
yen see on campus from day tc
dayl Aren't they gorgeous Would
yea ever expect them capable of
looking like they w :ll tonight?
Men. yuu just don't :eaiize the
in mascara. lipstick
fc(.dend
brurhei, powder and a new hairstyle.
Aftet the Queen and

ha

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r.it

are rlectea. the festivities in. the
Cohseum end. But the partying

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Fiil.iv. April

kY KERNEL.

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RIGHT

HIM

alone at home, he anotted one of
the note- - on a table. Now what
do ou uppoe
ieae kids find
to write about as much?" he
thought, and. yielding to tesapta- -

he opened

UOB,

the letter

itie-

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aiding time. What do y a mean
':'

rk
something ...nl squeeze the group
covers.
cut from unchi the
et from

Ber.veen noon and 3 p.m. you
can rest, aren't you glad? But
DOt for long because the bicycle
races begin. Can new r tell what's
going tc happen in this event.
Wonder which fraternity will put
on a show this year. While the
other guys are frantically racing
against each ether to win the
one fraternity
prize trophies
usually enteri their chubbiest,
ricier. gives him
slowest Don-bif- ce
a can of liquid refreshment, a
straw hat and lets him compete.

a

btuan to read.

m

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to see vim miiv
--

had ,MI

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0id father h alw.
anaogdng around spying on us

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Coming Soon!

- Sale Of The Year The Kentuckiari staff will soon be offering
for solo pictures that appeared in the
1962 year bock and many many more
that have been featured in ether recent editions.
prize-winni-

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L'ri.

ng

LOW PRICES FOR BIG BARGAINS

Journalism Building Lobby
MAY

5--

9 A.M. TO

9

1

P.M.

The
highlight of Saturday
night is the presentation cf The
fabulous Geoige Shearing, and
a popular jazz vocalist. Nancy
Wilson. Included with them on
the program will be Danny Cox.
a 19 year old folk stager from
Cincinnati From bearing these
musicians perform, the eonoert
is bound to be a great success.

SAVE ON GAS

the Turtle Derby
Almost forg
which is t.' be held toor row
at 10 a.m. in front of the
morning
Student anion Building. If your
group bashl caught a turtle yet,
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will be dedicated today is proof of
the fact modern education in ids
modern facilities. Our modern changing world is prool enough that students to be adequately prepared insist
be trained with the best in facilities
and equipment.
While any campus emphasizes the
ocul life along with the academic
life, sureh tin' academic life is the

most important part oi college, or
vvhj would we have such institutions?

modern buildings

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know-hothe important things must
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n camoi th more important events
pus this year.
With th offk ial dedication oi the
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tast proceeding toward academic

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Readers' Forum
The Name

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lit garding "Through The Stretch"
ii
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jockey's name is.
ahvays has been, and always will be,
HARTAf K, not Iantack. While it is
brut lu is to be commended for refusing to ride hoists he considers
unfit (although he is obviously not
in
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overlooking his own
doing so , the tact of the matter is
that it is Hartack's egocentric and
too often repulsive personality that
costs him many more mounts than
his "honesty.
Don't call him Willie,
Jack.
well-bein-

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The Smith's OntatMitdimg

supposedly iii!" in peacetime.
To many people tht figurt 12vi is
anotbei statistic, to be read in the

t. rs, wives who have to raise ;
family without their husbands, an
pare its wl have lost then sons.
To saA
men died tor uothin
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highest caust .ct man can give hi
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EDITORS

NOT!

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This

is

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two articles coo- fiist in
cerning job opportunities lot pad
uating seniors.
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firm

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Win

also noted thai the future
is exceptionally
bright lot the esti-inaic-95,000 students who will In
awarded graduate degrees.
In an open lettei being prepared
lot 1963 college graduates, Win s:is
that the largest graduating (la- - in
the nation's history will find more
jobs at hciier salaries than evet

Getting priority in demand
and in pay will be graduates in st
and technical fields.
Industries consuming the

in

50 bil- -

spent

nienl

lot

annually h the govern- defense needs are battling
la
and
engineering, mathematics,
science graduates. These
phvsical
lates, along with accountants,
continue to draw tlie highest starting
salaries, while liberal arts majors get
tin lowest.
the salary range lot the new
graduates to be between $4,500 and
s7.'o;t. :,i a three to five percent
mi rease ovt i last yeai
IViru noted that women holding
matt

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aries and positions in almost
tases ui II be n bettei lot those
with - !" ue degrees. W ii Ii in g d
all who are aiiable to go on to gi ad-vtHi can (i mtinue in
uate work,
hi h .." he said, "In ill
in graduate
means, do it. And keep in mind
loans ,i!i! othet forms i
scholarship
a ssi si mce to help von pui sue advani ed study."
Here's ht iu i!it Labot Department
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ASHIXG1 OS
I aboi IV. IVillard IViru has painted
a generally bright picture ahead lor
tin stimatt d 140,000 American col- K
gt students who will receive then
degrees in

on net ted with
fields
health, ttiu ation, and welfare.
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In greatest demand are
i net hank al.
aet mautit al,
electrical,
and ( hemic
enginet ing ma j' h s. A
el J gt eat m i d lor engineers with ad-- i
vance degre s. bat helot degi et holdcis with u ing bat k grounds iu j iui e
s it iii e and math
lot i esc. ii ( h wot k,

Engint ei iii";

lhan extene.in.

iall ii communications, semi-ele- t
trt ni s. niatei ia Is st
conductors,
ences, systei
technology, and ill
phases oi m issile Hid si);u ft .iu in linology. Sala lt ic s lot a bat hel s Je-gtee holder slail at sV0 to s...li
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month,
Physical st itnt es ( )ui !o ik Is (
lent. Indust ry, government, and
,, L
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want
ni
p!v.si s, and astronomy majors badly.
in first two art being ahutisl chased
oi joiis. Starting pay between $430
and S575 a month lot a bachelor's.
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Many

Forestry-Conservatio- n

portunities. Particularly

needed

thosr with advanced degrees lot
teaching and research in
genetit s and fin controL
sciences

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education and s. tal scieM
leacneis. leacners salaries nave ast
h impioved in the past few yeaaJ
and .r c continuing t list-- Start in
salai ii s un Irora Wtl to i 150 mond
Then is aho a great shortage (
iMiysual

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specialized school personnel librai
ans. audio-visua- l
sycfHili
experts,
ists. health specialists, teachers li
tht haiidicapjjed, teachers lot
ilttt
stuuents, sjieciaiists in remeuiai reaf
ing and research in related lie Ids.
A sh
i
ige ol hoklei ol dot tot a
'
'ted a great need in
is
degiei
rollegi ind univei sity ti ht s. '1 h
shortagi
expected n continue a
industry
government continue
'ii
with at .n!i mil institution
foi hold - ol advant ed degi ees.
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work

t'.iiiieis. Demand
and

statistics

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to scnoot ieti or the uegrc
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has improved
ar, but is
still limited. Geophysics majors are
needed by the government
ind the
petrochemical industry. Very high demand lot meteorology graduates by
tht U. S. Weathei Bureau, airlines,
and pi ivate ompanies.
Teaching In great demand. The

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iheii work in most industrit s, but said

petitcM

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job opportunities

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viih doctors degrees in
microbibiochemistry,
biophysics,
and
ology, physiology,
pathology,
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phat mat
needs those

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said, "to find the kind ol work whit h
- suited
to vour aptitudes, training
and long-terinterest.''
The Labor Secretary noted that
!tcie teathei dmrtages till exist, and
that new people are badly needed in

j

tiais.

moderniing

cedures, and
prt blems.

accounting prosolving management

Biological sciences Prospet ts very
research
good. Medical
especially

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government agencies h id theii en
plovees. Salaries fot I.e. mis in bi
ginning positions with business an
manufacturing firms average arount
sh.jnu a year.

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three Dames most associated
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"The Raven' nil.- - of three
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powerful men and their fantastic
Tlie

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Uttliaea all

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devices rePoes famous
turn from the dead, hypnotism,
revenue, and torture.

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