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Pell, Poste
Resigning
Four major facility changes have
been announced by the executive
committee of the Board of Trustees.
Prof. Wallace N. Briggs, director
of the Ouignol Theater, will spend
the 1953-5- 4
school year at Tale,
where he will work toward the master of fine arts degree.
He will do the work on sabbatical
leave, granted by the committee.
Robert B. Challener, who was
head of the Transylvania College
Department of Speech and Drama
from 1948 through 1952, will be director of the theater for the coming
year.
Graduate of Carnegie
Mr. Challener, a native of Youngs-tow- n,
Ohio, is a graduate of Carnegie Institute of Technology Pittsburgh.

In addition to regular speech and this fall. He had been at UK since
dramatic duties at Transylvania, he 1949. His successor has not been
served as director of the Summer named.
Arena theater there for two sumProf. Poste, who Is still on cammers and was largely responsible for pus, noted that he "hates to leave
group's popular success in the the Blue Crass,'' but added that he
that
Lexington area.
Resignations of two department
heads also were received by the
executive committee.
Pell Resigns Post
Prof. William H. Pell, head of the
Department of Mathematics and
Astronomy, has resigned to return
to work in the mathematics department at Brown University, Providence, R. I. He had come to UK on
a one-yeleave of absence from
Brown, after Dr. H. H. Downing
stepped down as department head
upon reaching retirement age.
Prof. M. C. Brown is acting head
of the department.
W01 Go To Denver
Prof. Leslie I. Poste, head of the
Department of Library Science, has
resigned, effective Sept. 1, to become
director of the school of librarian-shi- p
at the University of Denver
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plans to "take up mountain climbing and fishing" In Denver.
Zoology Head Named
The committee named Dr. John
M. Carpenter, currently a professor
of zoology at the University of Tennessee, as professor and head of the
Department of Zoology.
Dr. Carpenter, will assume his
duties in the department here Sept.
1, and Prof. J. M. Edney will continue to serve as acting head of the
Department of Zoology during the
summer session.
Dr. Carpenter holds the BA, MA
and PhD degrees from the Univer
sity of Texas. A native of New
Brazil, Ind., he has been active in
research work at Oak Ridge, Tenn.,
and with the Clayton Research
Foundation.

The
Kentucky
VOL. XLIV

University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, Friday, July 24, 1953

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By ABBOTT JONES

Three elaborate sets will background the Summer Opera presentation of "The Marriage of Figaro,"
August 5- -8 in the Guignol Theater.
Nancy Niles, Louisville, a sophomore art student, is set designer for
the Mozart opera.
Principals Named
Principals in the complicated ac- tion are Figaro, servant to Count
via, played by Don Ivey; Sus- maid to Countess Alma viva,
played by Jo Ann Thomas; Doctor
Bartolo. played by Conrad Richardson; Marcellina, housekeeper to
Bartolo, Bettye Deen Stull; Cheru-bin- o,
page to the countess, played
by Carolyn Turner; County Alma- viva, played by James King; Don
played by
Basilio, the music-maste- r,
Robert Knauf; Countess Alma viva,
played by Patricia Herren; Antonio,
gardner and uncle of Susanna,
played by Don Allan Clayton; and
Don Curzio. lawyer, played by Bill
Ralph.
In the story. Count Almaviva is
tired of his wife and is making love
to her maid Susanna, who is engaged to Figaro, the Count's valet.
Almaviva is helped by Basilio, the
music master, and Marcellina, who
has lent money to Figaro on condition that if he cannot pay her, he
must marry her.
Plot Develops
Susanna virtuously resists the

UK Pershing Rifles
Unit Founder Dies
The founder of UK's Pershing
Rifles unit died Tuesday in
California.
George T. Knight, retired
Army man who also served for
many years as drillmaster of the
group, passed away at his home
in Palo Alto.
UK's platoon of PR, under his
organization and direction, was
beaten only a few times in
special drill competition for
units throughout
the Fifth
Corps area. Mr. Knight was an
ROTC instructor here from 1920
to 1936.
He was awarded a commission
while serving as an enlisted man
during World War I and was
subsequently made a warrant
officer. He retired from Army
sen ice in 1939 and had since
made his home in California.

Set Next Week
Two band concerts will be presented in Woodland Park next week
by the Lexington Musicians Association Band. Performances are
scheduled for 6:30 p.m., CST, Tuesday and Friday in the park bandstand.
The performances will be provided under a grant by the Music
PerformanceTrust Funds under
auspices of Lexington Local No. 54,
American Federation of Musicians.

temptations of the Count, although
quite willing to make Figaro jealous.
Figaro is discovered to be the son
of Bartolo and Marcellina, and the
opera ends with the discomfiture of
the Count and his reconciliation
with his wife.
The
translation performances are being directed Jointly
by Wallace N. Briggs, Guignol Theater director, and Aimo Kiviniemi,
summer opera work-AlVfector of

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A concert at 6 pjn, CST, tonight
in the Amphitheater of Memorial
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Hall will close the week-lon- g
High School Summer String
Orchestra session.
Approximately 90 selected junior
high and senior high school string
players from the state have attended the week's activities. An
elementary string orchestra of 50
players from Lexington and vicinity
will also appear on the final

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The premiere of a string orchestra
transcription of one of the famous
violin studies, the Etude No. 2 of
by
Kenneth
Kreutzer,
written
WALLACE N. BRIGGS
Wright of the Music Department for
. . . granted leave
the orchestra, will be a feature of
the performance. This work will be
done by the 30 first violins of the
orchestra as a solo In unison, with
the accompaniment by the remainder of the orchestra.
Miss Elizabeth Green of the University of Michigan, guest conductor, will lead the group.
The program Is:
A graduate organ recital by Betsy
Bishop Dodge, Paris, will be pre- March
Brown
sented at 7 p.m., CST, Monday In
Massed Orchestras
Memorial Hall.
Brown
Dream
Miss Dodge received the Bachelor EveningWaltz
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Brown
Scene
Music degree in organ from UK Country
of
Brown
Dance
1951 and this recital, under ausin
Elementary School String
pices of the Department of Music,
Orchestra
is in partial fulfillment of require- Overture In D Minor
Handel
ments for the degree of Master of Sonatina
Pleyel-Maso- n
organ.
Music in
Allegro
She is a graduate of
Adagio
College,
Junior
Nashville,
Allegro
Tenn., where she received the 'Jane Etude No. 2 .
Kreutzer-WrigI. Morley award in music. She is a
(for Solo First Violins)
student of Arnold Blackburn.
Stamitz
Quartet for Orchestra
Miss Dodge is a member of Phi
Allegro Vivace
Omega. She Is or- Go Down Moses
Beta and of Chi
Gould
ganist of the First Methodist Church Gweedore Brae (Irish
in Paris.
Polk-SonCrowther
Her program will be:
Elegy Waltz (from Serenade for
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Strings) .... Tschaikowsky-Perr- y
Praeludium in D Minor
Folk-Tuand Fiddle
Johann Pachelbel
Fletcher
Dance
Organ School:
Early Spanish
High School String Orchestra
(Continued on Page 2)

Organ Recital
By Betsy Dodge
Set For Monday

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Ernest L. Rhodes, Guignol technical director, is performing that job
for the opera. Mrs. Lolo Robinson,
associate director of the theater, is
costuming the performance.
This presentation, featuring a
7
annual Buiimici uuci a
in biic
series. Other operas of the series
have been "Der Fledermaus," "Song
of Norway" and "Carmen."
The opera will be given at 7
CST- - each
Tickets
?'clofor all performances will go on sale
at the Guignol box office on Thursday, July 30.

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Will Be July 30
The second Student Union
tour of Blue Grass farms will be
held Thursday, July 30. Those
going will meet at 12 noon, CST.
at the Union, for the bus trip to
Circle M Farm, King Ranch and
Keeneland Race Course.
No charge will be made for the
tour, but those interested should
sign at the information desk in
the Union by noon Wednesday,
Social Director Brucie Cruise
noted.

College Business Managers
Register For UK Institute
Representatives of 13 southern
states and Ohio already have registered for UK's first annual College
Business Management Institute, to
be held Monday through Saturday.
The 50 registrants include business
managers, assistants to college presidents, comptrollers, bursars, credit
managers, auditors, treasurers, deans
and a college president.
J. H. Dewberry of the University
System of Georgia, first vice president of the Southern Association of
College and University Business Officers, will deliver the keynote address Monday.

BSU'ers Plan Party
Baptist Student Union members

will hold a watermelon party

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Three Elaborate Settings
Will Background 'Figaro9

String Group
j Gives Concert
At 6 Tonight

to-

night, leaving the Student Center
on South Limestone at 6 pjn., CST,
for James Woodward's house, where
the party will be held.

Bert Ahrens, Garden City, N. Y.,
executive secretary for the National
Association of Educational Buyers,
will be on campus Monday and
Tuesday for Informal individual and
group conferences with those attending the institute.
for the
.Principal consultants
school will be Frank D. Peterson,
Dr. C. C.
UK comptroller, and
Carpenter, dean of the College of
Commerce. Both also will serve as
lec t urcrs
Other Institute lecturers Include
four UK faculty and staff members
specialists
and four
in business or related fields.
The off -- campus instructors are R,
Purdue University;
W. Kettler,
Charles W. Hayes, Emory University; Granville K. Thompson,
United States Office of Education,
and Kelly Thompson, Western State
College.

Mr. Hayes is a iormer uj. employee, having served as supervisor

of purchases here in 1943-4- 4.
University instructors are trois.
Robert Dee Haun, Wendell E. Beals
and Frank G. Coolsen, and Chief
Engineer Elgan B. Farris.

Band Still Leads
Softball
In
I-- M

The surprising Bandsmen conSoftball field
tinue to lead the
with a 0 record, followed by the,
BSU team with a 1 tally. The
trailing Bums and Hobos have only
one win between them.
In last Thursday's two tilts, the
Band beat the Bums 12-- 8 by notching one run in the first, two in
the second, and so on until the
fifth, when they settled down with
two. Hoskins pitched and Steiden
was catcher.
Harry Carter got 4 hits in as
many times at bat, and Hoskins
helped his own cause with 3 hits.
Bud Asch got a clean triple and
a single.
pitching of Jack
Behind the no-h- it
Yates, BSU smothered the Hobos
13-- 0.
The big outburst was in the
fourth when BSU batted around
and scored 9 runs 4 of them corn-ion a grand slam homer by
Yates. Johnny Foster, Bob Gresham
and Jim Humphrey had two hits
apiece.

'ClntterbucK Set
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MEXICAN TRAVELOG
Dickson, Madisonville, look at prints of two slides Dr. Joseph R.
Schwendeman will show at Tuesday night's Campus Cinema. The
program, which will begin at 7:45 o'clock, CST, in the amphitheater,
will be made up of selected color movies and slides of Mexican scenic
features and activities. The pictures are from the personal files of Dr.
Schwendeman, head of the Department of Geography, who has been
making visits to Mexico for the past 14 years. Both Polly and Emma
are employed this summer by the Army Map Service, Polly as a compiler and Emma, who will be a Junior in Home Ec this fall, as typist.

The Transylvania College arena
production of "Clutterbuck" opens
tonight at 7:30 o'clock, CST, in the
Transy Arena.
Action of the play takes place
on shipboard and on a resort island in the Caribbean Sea, when
two wives in the party discover
that they have been In love with
the same man, Clutterbuck.
The Transylvania arena has been
modified for this play. Director
George Williams said, to allow for
scenery on one side and spectators
on the other three sides.
Reservations may be made by
during the afternoon
calling
or evening.

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Editorially Speaking

Immediate action on the construction of a building on the UK
campus to ' house the UK College
of Pharmacy was called for Monday by the president of the Kentucky Pharmaceutical Association.
Albert R. Douglas, Bowling Green,
speaking at an afternoon session of
the 76th annual convention of the
pharmaceutical association in Lexington, recommended the appointment of a committee to call on Gov.
Lawrence Wetherby to ask him to
include in his next budget funds to
construct the building.
The College of Pharmacy is now
located in Louisville and is the only
one of UK's seven colleges without
Quarters on the Lexington campus.
Present plans call for construction
of the pharmacy building in about
five years.
One of the more surprising elements of this summer term is the
small, but faithful, group of male
students who have gone in for
running in a big way.
Believing that it's entirely too hot
to practice during the day, three or
ry

four track devotees have taken to
dashing around and across campus
late at night, "Just for the exercise-It's

good for working off tension
school, they

after a hard day in

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The sixth annual UK two-da- y
Business Education Conference was
held July 10 and 11.
Approximately 85 teachers of
business subjects from Kentucky
and several other states attended
sessions of the conference.

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Study Of Poet
Dr. Lawrence S. Thompson, UK
director of libraries, is the author
of a book entitled "Waiblinger in
Italy," scheduled for publication in
October by the University of North
Carolina Press.
Announcement of the release of
the new book has been made In
the fall catalog of the North Carolina Press. The book is described in
this pamphlet as "A Germanic
Languages and Literature Study."
The volume is concerned with
the life and works of Wilhelm Waiblinger, a Swabian poet, who represents many of the trends of
and
German
literature. Dr. Thompson's book is
cloth-boun- d
a
work.
Dr. Thompson has been serving
as director of UK libraries since the
faU of 1948.

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Concert Tonight In Amphitheater.

(Continued from Page 1)
Clausulas de Vm Tono
Fray Tomas de Santa Maria
Tiento lleno por B cuadrado
Juan Cabanilles
Two Chorale Preludes:
(Schubler)
J. S. Bach
Sleepers, wake! A voice is calling
Comest Thou, Jesus, Down From
Heaven

Business Meet Held

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aver, besides being physically beneK. 608
ficial. One boy even swears by it Fantasia in F Minor, W. A. Mozart
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They do seem to surprise some
and Finale
people, though, they admit. But
in
that's understandable.
You really dont expect to see Variations Sur un Noel
Marcel Dupre
three boys in track suits dash over
Larghetto
Moderate
Poco
a hill and through the Botanical
animato
Canon a l'octave
Vif
Gardens, or across Rose Street,
Vivace
Canon a la quarte et a
along about midnight.
Vivace
la quinte
Canon a la
Fugato
seconde
Anime
Presto.

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The Stirrup Cup proudly presents Pat Watlington,
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the Week.
Pat has an overall standing of
perfect 3's as a sophomore.
This is her first time in summer

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6chool. During the
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240. She has been In the concert band.
For these outstanding achievements, the Stirrup Cup
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Announcement of the appointment was made by Dr. Don Cash
Seaton, head of the Department of
Physical Education.
Prof. Johnson, who Is director of
Troupers and active in the Central
Kentucky Officials Association, Is
currently completing study toward
his doctor's degree at Ohio State
University.

Johnson Heads

Last Band
Concert Set

KASCC Section

Bernard Johnson, assistant professor in the Department of Physical Education, has been appointed
chairman of the Section on Health,
Physical Education and Recreation
for the fall meeting of the KenRousing marches, arrangements of tucky Association of Colleges and
popular songs, a Bach chorale and Secondary Schools.
a twirling exhibition will be features
of the second and final presentation
of the summer concert band, set
for 6:30 p.m., CST, Wednesday in
the Memorial Hall amphitheater.
Under the direction of Warren
Lutz, the band will open with "The
Chevy-Chas- e
Star Spangled Banner." First num
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Jesus, Priceless
chorale,
Bachs
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Treasure." This will be followed by
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The program will continue with
Monday
Thursday
8 to 5
8 to
to 9
Offenbach's overture, "Orpheus in
Tuesday
Friday
8 to
8 to 5
to 9
the Underworld." Reid Poole's arSaturday
Wednesday
8 to 12 noon
8 to 5
rangement of the popular "Poin-cian-

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The "Rosamunde Overture," by
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drum major and majorette of the
regular-semestMarching 100. They
will perform to "Sons of the Brave"
and "Brooke's Chicago Marine
Band."
Another Reid Poole arrangement,
"Orchids in the Moonlight," is next
on the agenda. Sousa's "Triumphal
March," Poster's "My Old Kentucky
Home" and Lampert's "On On U of
K" will close the concert.
The concert will be open to the
public and there will be no ad
mission charge.

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* Zoo Opera, Playhouse
Plan Closing Numbers
Six of the season's most popular
operas will be repeated this week,
the fifth and final week of opera
at the Zoo In Cincinnati.
Tonight's "Aida," substituted for
the less popular "Andrea Chenier,"
will star Btella Roman and Kurt
Baum. "Faust" will be presented
Saturday, and "Madame Butterfly"
Sunday.
Brian Sullivan and Ethel Colt will
have leading roles in Tuesdays
"Carmen;" "The Merry Widow" is
set for Wednesday, and Thursday's
performance will be "Rigoletto."
Zoo Opera performances start at
8:15 pjn, Cincinnati time.
The Pioneer Playhouse will close
Falls
its 1953 Danville-Cumberlaseason next week with "Oliver

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. . . sings in 'Carmen
Oliver," a romantic comedy revolving around a series of matchmaking attempts aimed at saving
the Oliver family from a moneyless
future.
The season's final play will be
presented at 8:30 pjn. (CDD Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at
Sunnyside park in Danville and at
8:30 pjn. (EST) Thursday, Friday
and Saturday at DuPont lodge at
Cumberland Falls State park.
Producer Eben C. Henson announced that the Playhouse company will leave the next week for
appearances at Fort Knox and a
five-weseason at Kentucky Dam
Village State park at OUbertsville.
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Ed Students
Named To KDPi

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Twenty-thre- e
summer students
have been named to become memKappa Delta Pi, education
bers of
honorary, Mrs. Hollis O'Neal, Alpha
Gamma president, has announced.
The active group met July 16.
A picnic at 4 pjn., CST, Tuesday,
Aug. 4. at Boiling Springs Country
Club, will precede the initiation.
All KDPi's may attend the picnic
and initiation by making reservations with Miss Ruth Averitt, phone
Mrs. O'Neal said.
Undergraduates named are Dorothy Baker, Covington; Myra Hens-le- e,
Lexington; Mary Alice Mayer,
Lexington; Edna Soper, Carlisle.
n,
Graduate students are Betty
Lexington; Dolores Cheek,
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Gravel Switch; David L. Moberly,
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Ala.; Betty Lee Schmitz, Erlanger;
Dorotha Louise Smith, Sharpsburg;
Mildred N. Stratton, Bondville; Ruth
C. Templin, Lexington; Helen
Thacker, Sutton; Wilbur Tincher,
Frankfort; Arthur J. Walsh, Erlanger; Ruth Washburn, Berea, and
Ruby Mae Yocum, Stanford.

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