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ON PAGE TWO
The PK Incident
Has An Explanation

VOLUME

UNIVERSITY

WXIII

OF KENTUCKY

LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY FEBRUARY

Z24G

69 Freshmen Make Standings
Of 2.0 Or Above For 1st Term;
Dean Announces Complete List
Women Lead Men
In A & S College
Grade Standings

is
SuKy. pep organization,
sponsoring a "See the team off
to the tournament" rally at 1 :43
p. m. Wednesday, at the Alumni
gym.
Led by the "Best Band in
Dixie."' students will escort the
team to Union station, where
the Wildcats will entrain ut
2:28 for Louisville.
"Kentucky is the team to beat,"
declares Coach Rupp. But with
eight teams seeded "it looks
n
affair," he
to be a
added.
"The team certainly deserves
SuKy prexy
a rousing send-offJim Crowley, stated. "We want
every student who can possibly
attend the rally to do so," he
added.

UNDER BAIL

AFTER HEARING
Defendant Admits
Firing Four Shots

FOU- K-

"Cats Draw Tulane
Tournament Ftx?

Fr

NUMBER

2S, 1913

LAKES RELEASED;

See The Team Off!

Loh Jo
Homer
Speak oday For WSSF

2RNEL

ON PAGE

j'

jr Corps Drmv Eishh Men
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rrom university mio service;
lliirly-Hv-

Others Wail Call

e

Into Dance Hall

Kegistrar's Office

Stern Reigns As Queen;
Colonel Of Military Ball

Boyd Lakes, former city bus driv-- l
Chili-Che- n
er. was held to the grand jury in
Fayette county court under $7,500
bond Thursday after witnesses at
'1
Eighty men have withdrawn
his examining trial testified to the
The freshman class leads the
from the University to enter active
fatal shooting of Sam P. Coppock.
Arts and Sciences college for the
Homer Chih-Clie- n
Loh, represen- service with the Air Corps, accordJr., University senior from Hatcher,
first quarter with 69 students tative of
ing to an announcement
the World Student Servreceived
on Saturday, Feb. 13.
achieving a standing of 2.0 cr
yesterday from the Registrars ofLakes admitted firing four shots
above, according to an announce- ice fund, will speak at 7 p.m. today
fice. In addition to these studenU
Co.
Into the crowded Dixieland dance
ment received from the office of the in the Music room of the Union
there are aporoximately thirty-fiv- v
hall where the slaying occurred. The
dean.
building under the auspices of the
members of the Air Corps Reserve
defendant, released under bail after
Altogether 253 student made an campus WSSF group. He will make
who have not yet received their
the hearing, did not testify.
Adalin Stern. Lexington arts and
average gra'de of 20 or above, in- a second appearance at Pitkin club
but who mill probably be call:
Qovarol
i
Mtnecsc tn!H nf .ririnff
.cluding in addition to the 69 fresh"sciences junior, was presented a 1 I T
I
before
end of the
jthe shots fired and of seeing Cop- - nonorary regimental colonel and A
I1
K A i TTT"VH edStudentsthewho have quarter.
men, 67 seniors. 63 juniors, and 54 at noon tomorrow in the Maxwell
h
withdra n
pock slump to the floor. They dif- - queen of tne scabbard and Blade
100 were men Street Presbyterian church.
sophomores. Of these,
aic:
fered as to whether the shots were Miitary Ball Saturday night in the
Mr. Loh, who has himself had exand 153 women students.
Troy E. Adams. Lexington:
fired Inside or outside the building. Biuegrass room 0f the Union
perience as a war refugee student,
The complete list is as follows:
t,
Althaus. Loulsviile: Oeorge G.
Guy W. Maupin. superintendent inir
is thus fitted to serve the cause of
SENIORS
1
,
,rtt' '
(
Ludlow: Jack W. Beglay. Hazor ldentincation ior tne city ponce
student war relief. He is an interMylor. arts and sci- Mary Beale
D. Ashley Akers, Leonard B. Alard; Joe L. Boyd. Paducah; Wildepartment, said that he had been
preter of the situation of Chinese
s sophomore (rom Lexington,
len. Robert J. Ammons, Wanda
liam Bryden. Detroit. Hich.: Ed. . hnnnra
.
,J
unable to determine whether the
in
students to their
Austin. Henry L. Batsel. Jane Birk.
Awards will be given at the an- ward T. Breathitt. Hopkinsvill;-bullet which killed Coppock had tenant colonel, second in command.
country. He has a hcrough
Virginia J. Breeding, Juliette Bry-so- this
g
banquet to be he'd Frank T. Bunch. Lexington; Willis
been fired from the rifle Lakes told Honorary lieutenant colonels who nual
knowledge of the needs of student
Elizabeth G. Chapman, Robert war
Frank D.
Monday night. March I. to students G. Butler. Henderson:
police that he had fired. Maupin
relief in other parts of the
Guy
will serve as battalion commanders
O. Conway. Elinor Cullison.
Cassidy. Lexington; Floyd H.
testified that he found two bullet are
world as well.
ElRehm, arts and sci- who have achieved unusual records
Barbara
Cunningham. George F. Doyle.
Harlan: Roy Cocanougher.
holes In a window at the dance hall. ences senior. Lexington; Joan Theiss, in their college work.
He holds an LL.B. decree from
h
Anne
sie May Fleishman.
A coroners jury which heard the
Recognition will be given Prof. Springfield: William Colbert. Falmmjtiir
Knnrhnw univprsitv
Owens-borSinro
home economics sophomore.
Fuss. Russell Gilkey. Jakie
Dr. W. Brooks Hamilton, associate evidence prehented at the examinmouth; James Coleman. Jr.. Depoy;
professor of hygiene, will conduct
Oodhclff. Sue Fan Gooding. F. to this country in 1939. he has been
and Harriet Hord. arts and George Roberts, head of the agron- Robert Collins. Jr.. Lexington: Haring trial, returned a verdict stating
omy department, who is retiring
sciences senior, Maysville. Patsy
an informal discussion on "The Uses
Jeanctte Graves. Richard M. Grif- a student at Crozer Theological
old Daugherty. Falmouth: Clell F.
Helen Seminary and with a Crczer fel- Henderson.
.1 hand or hands Horkan was presented as honorary this year.
fith. Virginia
of Photography Today" at 3 p. m.
DeSpain. Hodgenville: Claude
LOH
HOMER (HIII-IHEshot wound at the
lowship he has also studied at the
is an
Weil Memorial scholarThe Jonas
captain and adjutant. She
today in
browsing room of the
Hooe. Jane Lee Humphrey. Esther
Lexington; Richard J. Dillon.
of persons unknown."
University of Pennsylvania. In 1941
; p. ,. todtix in library. the
a.,
Lillian K. Kendall.
D. Johnson.
arts and sciences junior from ship will be presented to the junior Lexington: John Doddridge.
he received his M.A. degree there
man student in the agriculture colMary Patterson Kent. James W.
Gainesville. Ga.
Ohio: Richard L Eubank..
i "tuii As an amateur photographer. Dr. OVJ A V OrCCQ
"""" "
lege who has the highest standing Ludlow: James N. Floyd. Stanford:
La 11. Caswell P. Lane. Mary L Lyle. in the field of Sociology. He holds '''t'
CAPTAINS INTRODUC ED
Hamilton's work has earned him
. ,,,,,,,,..
,,,.,
an Oriental Certificate from Crozer ,,.,7,,,r
for his entire college work.
Mary Hayworth McConnell.
William Fraser. Brooklyn. N. Y :
much recognition in both national!
The ten honorary captains who
Seminary. During the Dast vear he
L'UC
UJUU1
The Cornell award to the sopho- Richard E. Gard. Lexington: Jame
Anna F. McDearman. Trilby Mc- and local exhibits. He is Dresidcnt
will act as company commanders
oAtouj.
has done a substantial part of the "'f lamjjus "
Keehan. Lois Ann Markwardt. Ann
of the Lexington Camera Club and
They are more woman in home economics who E. Gtes, Ashland; Bartley Green-wel- l.
were also Introduced.
study necessary for the doctorate.
M. Merideth. Saramae Mason. MilShelbyvtlle: Walter C. Gun-nel- l,
liv inai capacity ne nus urrnugeu
Ida Bannon. Lexineton: Bettv Bayn- - made the highest standing of the
During his college years Mr. Loh
Emma; John R. Gillespie.
class during her freshman year will
dred S. Miller. Kathryn L. MorrisForced to adjourn without trans- - nam Lexington; June Byars.
for many exhibits of national
on. John P. Neely. Wharton Nel- was chairman of the YMCA at Soo- any official business because
photographs.
n. Sue Ewing and Saran Ew. be presented by Phi Upsilon Omi-cro- n. Franklin.
was not pres- - ing
son. Joan Taylor Noland, Anne C. chow university, and he has been
honorary and professional
James T. Harris. Lexington: Holof Louisvuie; Geneva
Dr. Hamilton's own specialty is a quorum of members
Oveistreet. Emma Bell Porter. Sey- President of the Chinese Students'
home economics fraternity.
la B. Hendrickson. Kins Mounphotographing of Lexington and ent. the legislature of the Student House Lexington; Bettye
the
His interPugh. Club of Philadelphia.
mour S. Pudding. Betty Jane
association informally nan Dallas. Texas; Betty Proctor,
Block and Bridle club will pre- tain; William T. Hockensmith. Lexthe Biuegrass. Many of his picexperience
has been
Virginia Ray. Barbara M. Ream. collegiate
sent their outstanding senior mem- ington; Glen L. Hodge. Louisville:
tures, especially those of the tradi- discussed the problems facing the Lexlngton. wanda Scrivner.
broad. He was a student delegate
Ruth J. Robinette, Frances Rowdue to the shortage of ington; and peaches Snyder. Ash- ber with a placque and will recog- Sheldon L. Hymscn. Lexington:
tional Kentucky horse farms, have
land. Wilma H. Salmon. Elizabeth to the Christian Student Confer-- 1
men at its regular meeting Thurs- - land
Paul Johnston. Coral Ridge: Orwin
nize an honorary member.
been published nationally.
E. Scherer, Mary Kavanaugh Scott ence in Japan and he has attended
day night.
Alpha Zeta. agriculture honorary Johnston, Jr.. Paducah: William J
Today's talk will be the second in
William A. Shire, Frank G. Skill-ma- many intercollegiate gatherings in
anJim Collier, SGA president,
Doris filbott Smith, Lexington a series entitled "Invitation to
society, will introduce new pledges Johnstone. Paris; Niel C. Jones. Jr .
Helen L. Smith, Patricia Sni- this country. He has been a leader
nounced that the new constitution,
Latonia; Frederick T. Kaye. Lebfor the winter quarter.
In conferences and assemblies and arts and sciences freshman, has Reading" presented by the UniverStites, Cofer
der. Joscoh G.
now being drafted by a special comanon: Ralph Kohl. Cleveland
Dr. Henry Noble Sherwood, assistShirley has served as a camp counselor In! been chosen sponsor of the Univer- - sity library. The first program, a mittee, will be presented to the legRobert L Tanner,
Heights: Matt Lair. Paris; Edward
discussion of Saroyan. was constaT.n.oncu, fiuss.
ant editor at the Experiment
Thomas. Fanny P. Trautman.
sjty ban(j for tne next year Miss
Leach. Lexington: Donald Leedy.
islature at its next meeting.
week by Mrs. George
ducted last
tion, will be the principal speaker. Versailles: Jack Luiijart. Jr..
M. Wallace. Treva Whayne,
Mr. Loh has held the position of Smlth i5 a former
Members absent from Thursday's
nd sponsor of
Helen Baird Wilson. Kate Woods.
,,,, . meetinr were Marvin Akers, Jane
William G. McAiister. Ful.'
,
.
"Pasteurization of Milk." the topic His subject will be "The World We
Henry Clay high school and
T
James M. Wooldridge,. Marjorie J. College of Commerce and Finance
ton: James W. McTiernan. BrookBirk, Louise Peak, William Caywood. of the open class to be held by Dr.
For several years he was an assist- - member of Chi Omega sorority, 'Travel In Central America." Dr. 'Kenneth Vanlandingham.
Wyatt, and James Wm. Young.
for the banquet, which lyn. N. Y.: Alfred Marcum. Jr..
Ruth R. H. Weaver of the bacteriology
ant to Dr. James Yen "in the now-- 1 She was chosen from a group of W. D. Funkhouser will be the (McQuown. Chester Theiss, Roy Hunt, department at the fourth hour will be held in the Biuegrass room Lexington: Isaiah K. Miller.
JUNIORS
speaker.
famous Mass Education Movement, thirty-seve- n
women competing for
Monroe Mink. Conway:
Thursday in room 125 of the Bio- of the Union building, are on sale
Margaret Erskine, Vincent Spagnu-olJames E. Abell. Julie H. Aldrich. nilP
rf tVli ma inis fArtoc in nipnl ' .
Celia Bedcrman, Michaelene Bogan.
Joan Taylor Noland, Jack Atchi- logical Sciences building, will deal for si. They may be bought at he Joe Maupin. Polsgrove; Floyd Mol-c- r.
Lexington: William Naylor. Jr .
offices of Dean Thomas P. Cooper
McHenry S. reconstruction in China. When the
son, George Gilbert. Betty Lee Birk. principally with diseases in milk
Betty E. Bohaunon,
Barbara Rehm, retiruig sponsor
war beean in China Mr
Brewer, Lucille Brown. Mildred I.
and John Neely. According to the
This open class, like all others in and Assistant Dean L. J. Horlacher Lexington; William R. Overhultz.
of tn" BrouP. 'hen interviewed be- forced
present constitution a member is this series, is open to the entire or from members of the Agricul- Lexington: Bob L. Paris. Louisville:
Buchanan. James M. Buell. June C. hc sen-e- to migrate to the west where
as secretary of the Mass fore the election said, "The girl
ture council, which is composed of William A. Parsdns. Covington.
expelled from the legislature if he student body.
Byars. Algenon S. Dickson, Anne E.
Education Movement in Szechwan. wno wju be elected this afternoon
D.
Hopkinsville:
Peden.
presidents of clubs and honoraries Harlin
Fryer, Florida R. Garrison, Mary J.
has three unexcused absences dur
The possibilities of diseases of in
He also made a great contribution jg
.Leonard Preston. Lexington.
the college.
Gay. George F. Gilbert, Ann M. ,.
.
the lucij,,. . glri m tne ui,iver.
"Agriculture Goes to War" will ing a quarter.
,
,
various types being transmitted
Gillespie, John C. Goodlett. Ralph
Although this made the third ab- through milk is great, according to
Dan M. Price. Barlow; Jack I
sity and I know she will be the be the topic of the regular Wednesof the Szechwan Provisional GovLfc ouiictt,
Pryor. Ashland: Fred Riddle. Jr..
iuaoei u. uumm, lames
happiest. It is a great honor to be day afternoon forum to be held to- sence for some of the representaonly way to
Dr. Weaver, and the
P. Hancock. Helen Louise Harrison, ernment.
chosen sponsor of the 'Best Band morrow at 4 p. in. in the Music room tives, all of them have at least one properly handle the situation is for
Harlan: Walter K. Robbins. Car-- 1
Robert E. Hazel. Mary C. Heath.
lisle: Louis M. Robertson. York-- !
of the absences excused and will all citifs to have laws requiring that
in Dixie.' I surely will have happy of the Union building.
Margaret L. Hoffman. Patsy Hor-katown. Ind.; Anthony Roche. Lexmemories of two wonderful years."
Chairman of the panel discussion not be expelled, according to Collier. the milk be pasteurized. Too much
Mary J. Householder, Frances
ington; Robert T. Rose. Lexington:
"Where are you from?"
Miss Smith upon being informed which will center around the point
milk that is being used today has
L. Jinkins. Sarah A. M. Mclnteer,
Cofer Sanderman. Jett: James D
"Adairville."
of her election stated, "I want to system of food rationing, will be
not gone through the famous proGerald A. Martin, Betty Jean May,
'St. Clair. Falls of Rough: Melvii:
thank the boys for letting me be a Dean L. J. Horlacher. assistant dean
by the Frenchman.
cess discovered
"Where's that?"
!g. Sigman. Corbin: James E. Smith
Robert W. Meyer. James R. Miller.
part of a great band. It is an honor of the College of Agriculture and
Louis Pasteur.
"In Kentucky."
Esther L. Montgomery.
Buechel: Marion Smith. Lexiniuon:
I shall never forget." She will be Home Economics.
Pasteurization, he will explain, is
George B. Shanklin, graduate of formally presented to the band
There will be a meeting of the
"Where did you go to school?"
Ben Sullivan. Jr.. King.sport. Tenn.
Wm. Oliver. Jack T. Pryor, Ellen
only certain method of disease
Other members of the panel will
the
Independent party at 7:30 FriClyde T. Thomas. Herndon: Russell
"University of Kentucky."
J. Purcell. Gloria Jean Reid. Bar- the University Engineering College members at their annual dinner-- be Mrs. Morris Scherago, chaiiinan
will spend conprevention, and he
day evening in Memorial Hall.
E.
1911. presented a technical paper dance to be held Thursday, March
TTavis.
Jr.. Fulton: Don M
bara Renaker. Richard E. Richards.
"Where's that?"
of the speakers' training for civilian
siderable time in discussing this
According to Albert Cross, presiTucker. Louisville: Alexander B.
Lucilc D. Richardson. Annie L. Ril-t- entitled, "Wartime Loading of In- - 4
"Lexington."
process. There are other methods
defense. Miss Laura Deephouse,
dent, the purpose of the meeting
Veech. Jr.. Finchville: Donald War- Bctte C. Robinson. Anita May sulated Power Cable" at the Amer
professor of home economics, Auof processing milk, but Dr. Weaver
"Where's that?"
is to plan activities to be carKoos. Paul J. Ross, James Saunders, ican Institute of Electrical Engibrey J. Brown, assistant in markets.
said that none of them has proved
ried out during the remainder
WUliam F
Despite obvious exasperation.' May tie hi:
We'.born.
Horace L. Sawin, Lawrence W. neers last January 26. This paper
Station, and Robert
Experiment
as successful.
of the school term. As yet the
Wynne McKinney. after being thus Dawscn Springs: Fred M. Wells,
Schneider, John J. Schwab, Nellie has been distributed by the General
Ammons, arts and sciences senior.
open meeting is part of the quizzed, won 2,000 Camels on Bob Murray;
This
speaker to be featured has not
Horace D. Wilder.
F. Sellers, Mary E. Shaw, Alfred P. Electric Company for whom Shankcourse, bacteriology 2b. and will
from each
One representative
been decided upon.
Shire. Louis D. Silvers. Betsy W. lin has been an employee since
"Thanks to the Yanks" pro- - ' sailles: Edward Winchester. Jr .
not include demonstrations but will gram Saturday night.
is requested to
Stearns, and Quuuin Wieman. Lex- Simpson. Adalin Stern, Lillian E. graduation.
LIEUTENANTS T II O M A S B. residence house
be mainly in the nature of a lecture.
Terry. Chester B. Theiss. Frebert
Shanklin, who was formerly an PARRY, Georgetown, and JOHN W.
McKinney. who graduated f rom j
B. Thompson. James L. Vanland-inghaoutstanding quarterback on the
the Journalism department of the I
Marion Thomas Vance, football team, is now one of the top ABBOTT. Sulphur, have completed
University in 1942. is now stationed
training, first step toward
William E. Ware, Elizabeth Warner, engineers of the cable division, cen- in New York with the army.
Continued on Page Three)
tral station department of General winning pilots' wings, at San
When asked to whom he wished
and is one of the foremost tonio Aviation Cadet Center. The
the Camels sent. McKinney replied,
"Corporal McKinney, of course."
authorities on insulated cables.
orIicers have been assigned to the
The article will soon be published prlmary nving xhol)Xs of the Army
coa;sl ITain,,,S
is the official publication of the Alr rorces
American Institute of Electrical Center.
PITH IV i I I U
Engineers. The purpose of the arti- Parry and Abbott received their
Dr. F. T. McGuire. of the Depart- ,
cle is to discuss the possibilities of b. S. degrees from the University
near
cillh.ciie
En- ment of Metallurgy. College of
wssp representallve.
copper
conserving
in insulated ,
Qnrt 104n
gineering. will speak at an openly their
wires and cable circuits. The two
mmln? tomorrow at
meeting of Sigma Pi Sigma. Physics
ALICE MlhtMAN
main points discussed are:
the Maxwell Street Preslvterian
honorary, at 7:30 tonight in Room cmirch
'
1. To arrange the circuit so us to
It AN DAM
MAKCIA
lxinglon.
Will the thousand
201. Pence Hall.
rmy trainees wb are cominj t carry the same power with less graduated Saturday from the W0111- SWING . . .
y
Dif-- j SWEATKK
His subject will be
or,
l
ywir coppcr at standard temperature
the rampos in Manh
to j .3" this
ens Army Auxiliary Corps' Officer
fraction and its Application." All . . . will be held from
conversely, more power with the
I
life?
afternoon in the Biuegrass room of
Candidate
School at Fort Des
interested are invited to attend.
UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB
same copper.
the Union building.
Moines, Iona, and was commissioned
Henrcr a Shinklr. Agriculture
2. To reduce the copper, or inPHOTOGRAPHY . . .
f fshiriiin: Wait 'till March!
operofficer in the W. A. A. C.
a third
crease the load, still more, and
will be the subject of an ad
Jaiw lno. Agriculture, soplio-n.or- ate at some degree of
She will be assigned to the recruituress by Dr. W. Brooks Hamilton
I imagine since all our boys
'
ing service.
Br NORMA WEATHERS POON
at 3 p.m. today in the Browsing
ill be gone, a lot of girls will start
She was graduated from the Uniroom of the library.
Presenting a varied and well se- cept for a single spotlight focused tions. especially "My Hero" and
dating the soldiers or else sit home
All members of the Kernel
versity in 1941.
W ultnian.
Agriculture.
lected program,
the University on an American flag which form- "The Fountain" by Elinor Remick Business Staff are asked to atIOUH A. B. KIR WAN . . .
If most of the Univer
Women's Glee club, under the di- ed the backdrop of the stage. The Warren
tend a compulsory staff meet. will speak at the Y Lunch club
Mildred Buchanan, jjiiior fruin
stirring quality of the patriotic airs
sity boys are gone by March, girls
ing at 3 o'clock Wednesday
ut neon todav in rwm 23-- b of the
GLENN IIOMUt .MLAIIOKS, Cor- - rection of Miss Mildred Lewis, sang moved the audience deeply.
Mayslick. displayed genuine talent
The meekly Sweater Swing was bin, recently won his silver wings
will attend dances and open houses
afternoon in the Business OfUnion building
and inspiration at the
Excellent shading was displayed and ability in two piano solos. She
soldiers in order to have a lit not held last week as planned due of a pilot and was promoted to the with talent
fice. Plans will be made for a
meekly Musicale. Sunday afternoon in the Ukrainian folk song, "A Vio- played "Intermezzo
in C Major"
fun.
tie
UNION NO I KS
special edition of the Kernel to
to the fact that the Biuegrass room rank of Flight Officer in the Army in Memorial hall.
lin is Singing in the Street." in and "Rhapsody in E flat Major" by
OrwIT. Arts and Sciences,
IUrl
Today
honor students leaving for the
Air Forces at Tinner Field, Albany,
had been engaged by another orwas which the tones of a violin were Brahms.
Climaxing the performance
H p in
freshman I'm goinu to join the
Mortar Board. Room
army at the end of the quarter.
Ga.
The complete progra: . was:
the last group of selections which reproduced by the voices.
Legion and forget my ganization. But the weekly Sweater
Foreign
YW Sr Committee. Y office. 9
Turner Field, an Advanced Flying opened with Rashbach's "MounAn arrangement by W nittridue of SallKHtllMl
le usi Im r
'
Sessions will begin today, according
troubles.
I
is one ol a group of air tains."
"Peter
The familiar "My Hero" the familiar tongue-twisti
17th Century Ot'i'iuuti
Aihw III loll. Agriculture, lresh to Jeannette Graves, chairman of School,
YW Cabinet. Y office. 8 p in
which comprises the Army A'r from "The Chocolate Soldier" by Piper." added an amusing note to l.'jiu-- Wood. "Aintitllj"
bases,
tie Luily
man: Sororities' open houses will the House Committee.
Sweater Swing, Biuegrass room.
' Duy of
IV
Ulis Irae.
Piper
winiirtUni 4 to 5:30 p.m.
to longer be for fraternities, but Hostesses and hosts for this after- Forces Southeast Training Center. Oscar Strauss was particularly well the program and at the sameol time Wrath. Day ol MournuiK
Muzart
the
It is here that aviation cadets, stu- executed and received.
Czec;o-SlQillustrated the precise diction
Night
tali Soi.g. v Lunch club Room
ior soldiers
m.ai
A Violin ut Singing in the
By .t Loiifly Kort Hathwuy
Onrte
During the last two numbers of singers.
1
Brown. Education, junior: The noon's session are Marie Brackett, dent officers and aviation students
Do Not Co. My Lof
Slrrel
Ukrainian Folk Sung Wednesday
Kuhartl Hagrniau
Romberg's
number, the Tlir f ountain
As the opening
are sent for their final phase of the group, Signuiud
soldiers will take the place of the head hostess; Maryan Vogt, RoStuart Huppin
Elinor Krimck Warren . The Gay tunchcro
forum. M lisle room, i to i 7l p m
V
training which culminates in their "Your Land and My Land" and chorus sang "Salutation'' by Miss Aulanin Sunset in the Canvon
Warren
University boys.
berta Parker, Marian Yates, Bob receiving wings, commissions or the Madulyn Phillips' "Thank God for Adele South Genseuier. accompanRashbach Thiarttlay
Mountains
HI
M.,r. f M'f jrH Arts Ultrl Sf'l- Hero. "Cluiculaw Soldier ' ... Strauss
m c Major. Opus UK Brahms
House CiHiutUl'ee Koom 15 1
Romberg
' Vour Land and My Land
,.ces. sophomore:' Will my social Hiilenmeytr. Ed Barnes. Gus Green, rank of flight officer in the Army America." a patriotic theme was ist. Miss Gensemer s playing added Rln psodv in E flat Maior.
selec- 4l for Amenta
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Hot air. il is said, is a wontlerlul
lisher.
hear Amnions antl Dixon are now accepting
o nit is lor shoes ami silveivvait . . eht ap hm
air supply. In tail, the negroes
. . . unlimited
to make them memlxrs ol tlitii Apple
waul
Polishing Union. Antl who was ii ih.u said ihc
Ielts don't stick together?
Seriously, though, as tar as a big name bind
is concerned
for the Junior-Senioprom, ii's
out. That doesn't mean the- prom won't
nor diK-- il mean the hand won't be good.
II sinlplv means thai once again the siuilems
who wanted to help the University weie not
fortunate enough lo do so.
If vou think for nine thai Mr. Peleison was
the obstacle, you're- wrong. He. himsell. said
that the sin ial committee's money is a base on
which to build for a gt w k1 ilante. I he cause
for iis failure was twofold: the lusT
I'm
unexpected calling tor the air corps, anil
the other was an office in the Student Union
building whose head I shall not minimi).
As for inc. I have every reason in the woild
to Ik- - mail, but I'm not. Long ago I became immune to . false accusations anil malic ions remarks: however, they did hurt others. I still
You know, some campus citizens a rrinilir niiisl work. Important
think the SC.A committee deserves credit in
look on us reporters as a peculiar
mi this inmjfus. as writ n.s in
i
tribe that is constantly searching
ittht'r
nrr i ttnjifrii tr.'r tittil their
to charge S2 and give the- school
itv.
for facts to misconstrue. Inhabi- taiisiiliralc. It is llir lj trrmrit "l'it
hand in the land. Vet. the man who
the
tants of this fair University city are shot"
is ton htis t
tinllt:ng lutt
tlid the most work and will receive the least
especially trenchant in their recep- his on-- ititrti-stx.tion of us jetsam journalists.
credit is "POP" Till F.I.F. of the Student Union
We want to report things as acbuilding.
curately as possible, therefore, we
"POP" worked night and day Irving lo bring
ask a few minutes time for occasiona n, !i ion's favoriic to our campus . . . he eve-al interviews. We do not strive to
take up as much of a person's time
money from his own xwket. He
sK-nas possible. Our business is timed
as do countless others that big name hands
itself.
By BOB AMMONS
Rolx-rt'Rules of Order: if thcv weren't
Readers expect to find correct
stories about their university in
wouldn't Ik- used al colleges
successful. lhe-The Navy has made over several
their paper. The reporters naturalall over the nation.
destroyers and submaly submit what information
they
can obtain that comprehends ac- rines and put them back in service,
Campus Tcrsonalitv
an action which no doubt inspired
curacy.
Here's a little sketch placed under inv door
Gathering this material some- the Republican party to see what
times requires questions of people they could do with Herbert Hoover. during the recent electric storm. It mav not
who are supposed to know somebut to llie subject it tarries a Melinite shiHk.
thing about the subject in question.
The Navy's move, however, has
SPF.NCFR "SPINNF.V" MF.RWIN. a sophoone advantage over the RepublicWhen these sources turn indifferent ears to the reporter's quest, the ans'. They sent their old hulks to more from Frankfort, who skihIs most of his
basis for an accurate story collapses. Britain.
lime courting, eating, conning, jil lei bugging,
It is deplorable that these citizens
ami courting is at the present in a great di-- .
n
conduct themselves as
That judge up in Indiana who
steaks
members of the horse family at soaked a man $10 for drunken driv- lemma. He an't dec itle Ix lwee-times of the reporter's inquiry.
ing one day and put him in jail for at ihc- collage antl a certain brunette in liovd
Edward Price Bell, writing in the the same charge on the nex't. prob- hall. The steaks are rationed but so is the Pxvd
Chicago Daily News. said. "The ma- ably was an old weather observer
liik-etjor interview is a carefully con- who hadn't forgotten his former hall sugar. He'll probablv need his raiion
fine
structed transmitting device, a med- Job. You know the prediction
for shoe leather in his merry chase.
ium, a mirror. It is a mirror held today, cooler tomorrow.
He is famous for saving nothing in inoie
up to a remarkable personality."
words than has Webster's unabridged. Aftei a
We might add that the reflection
Is
'One out of every 15
is bad when the mirror is cracked.
an anatomist writes. long struggle, he pushed aside hi- high school
It is notable that the more im- However, we will make no judgment
portant citizens of our University on this statement until we have ex'49-Tcommunity are affably available to amined the evidence.
reporters at all times. These are
T
people who have information
at
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finish,;!
. . . Finally
As if there weren't already enough
iv. . . .
hand, out of whose information
confusion in the world, some ConDidn't lihr lite idrn of a lijrtinif in tin- Army.
stories emerge correctly. These are gressmen are asking for a commitpeople who realize that there is an
tee to investigate
Dies' . . : On our ;iviv ttortte drtidi d lo tukf n lour d
Martin
element of timeliness to most news
committee to investigate
llie otd tutu juts. . . . Wlnit kind of ,i kid utll
that requires its immediate presenactivities. Already some others show
its through llir tint' field house' . . . IV untation.
are talking about a committee to
Then to you to who