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Merry Christmas
And A
Happy New Year

LEXINGTON,

University Extends
'49 Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving Recess
To Be Three Days

KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1948

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To each student, member of the
faculty, and staff, we extend
our personal greetings with the
hope that you will have a Joyous
and happy Christmas vacation.
May the feeling of peace and good
will toward men reisn in your
heart as you return to your home
for a happy Yuletide vacation.
May you have a Merry Christmas
and may the New Year bring you
great happiness and genuine satisfaction.
H. L. Donovan

Senator Gerrronima Pec son1,
ation from Thursday, Nov. 24 to chairman of the Philippine a Com
two
Monday morning, Nov. 28. The fac- mittee on Education, made
ulty bad previously approved a 1949-5- day tour and inspection of the camcalendar which allowed only one pus Monday and Tuesday.

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President

Semester Credit
Given Selectees

The University of Kentucky was
placed high on the list of schools
eiven the Senator by the U.S. Office
of Education in Washington, she
Students who are drafted during
said. She studied principally the
semester will get credit for the
Sloan Experiment, which is an ef
the semester's work
fort to improve dietary deficiencies amount of completed, according that
to
in selected communities throughout has been
Dr. Maurice F. Seay, dean of the
tne state.
sen perSon is visiting the United University. The proposal was adoptstates to study the educational ed at a meeting of the University
system. She is particularly inter- - faculty Monday.
Any student who has completed
jested in tne tdeas and techniques
developed since the outbreak of eight weeks of the semester will
receive credit and residence for
World War II she said
-the educational institutions, and
of each course they are
our educational system was dis-- 3 one-ha- lf
the faculty had been made!
passing at the time of withdrawal.
ted during the war," she
wave of student opinion
of the
gre attemp0n to If the student has completed twelve
,ained ,.and
m favor of the longUioliday.
rebul)d jt aonK thQse
wcn semester weeks, he will get full
In the early decision, the faculty are regarded by our people as the credit and residence. No examinallKd, turned down the proposal for
in
world We feel it ,ouId tion will be required for cither witha longer holiday on the grounds be wisP therefore, to model our drawal time.
that it would break the academic sschoojs aftcr those in tnis coun. The minimum residence requireyear too close to the Christmas
ments for summer school will be
vacation.
it
and six
Sen. Pecson, who is the first wo- -. four weeks for
Student Opinion Voiced
scnator ever elected m the weeks for full credit.
If the new ruling enables the stuThe first indication of student Orient, will return to the
was voiced through a Ker- - pmefc in January. She plans to rec-n- el dent to fulfill all graduation reeditorial. "Wanted - - Thanks- - ommend immediately the adoption quirements, he will be recommended
compregiving tioiiaay , on imov. a.
of many of the educational methods to receive his degree. No
required.
Several petitions were then cir- which she has observed in the hensive exams will be
This regulation does not affect
culated by various campus organi- United States.
volunteers, being applicable only to
zations, such as Zeta Beta Tau
Thanksgiving vacation.
. To make up for the vacation, one
da? will be takes .from the 1950
Easter vacation.
Reason For Chance
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Dr. Maurice F. Seay, dean of the
University, said that there were
three reasons why the faculty
changed the vacation: 1 The vac- ation will help equalize the holiday
time in the first and second sem- ester. (2) The long week-en- d
Thanksgiving holiday is the custom
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fraternity.
Johnny Crockett, president of the
Student Government Association,
wrote an open-lettto the student
body published in the Kernel Nov.
j2
In this letter. Crockett stated
that no action was taken for an extension of the vacation for this
year because it was too late to make
any changes for this year. He also
stated that plans to request a vacation for 1950 were underway, but
Dr. Seay said that no action or
er

Huahei photo by Williamt

Lances' Banquet
Honors Initiates

Lances, junior men's leadership
honorary, held a banquet Wednesday night in the SUB in honor of
seven new members of the organization who were initiated Monday.
Dean A. B. Kirwan was guest
speaker, and a short talk was also
given by Dr. William S. Ward of the
English department, faculty advisor
to the group.
draftees.
Jim Line was installed as presi
dent, replacing Fred Perkins. Jack
Bell and Bob Wharton were installed as
and secretary,
respectively.
UK
The seven men who were initiated
An art display of 21 color re- in the organization were Walter Patproductions of Christmas paintings rick, Charles Patrick, J. Roy HalL
is being shown at the University Elliot Jones, Richard Crafton, Clyde
Watts, and Shepard Lowman.
of Kentucky Art Gallery.
The paintings by Italian, French,
Flemish, and German masters from
the 13th to 17th centuries illustrate
the Nativity, the adoration of shep- For
herds and kings, and the Madonna
and Child.
A joint Army-A- ir
Force program,
The display will be exhibited to provide a backlog of trained radio
until January 6, and is open to the communication personnel, has been
public.
launched by the War Department.
Col. G. T. Mackenzie, head of the
University's military science departROTC
ment, said that the program calls
for the activation of a Military AmIs
ateur Radio System, (MARS), the
The deadline for reserve Army purpose of which will be to coordiofficers not currently engaged in nate practices and procedures
radio operations with those
reserve activities to apply for active
service status has been extended of military radio communications.
Membership in the organization is
until Feb. 1, Col. G. T. Mackenzie,
head of the military science de- open only to persons in the military
partment, announced this week. service, organized reserve corps, naThe deadline was originally set at tional guard, or R.O.T.C. personnel
who possess a valid amateur radio
Jan. 1.
If preference for active service operator's license from the Federal
Commission.
is not indicated before Feb. 1, these Communications
Application for membership may
reserve officers will automatically
be transferred to the inactive re- be submitted to Signal and Comserve and will become ineligible for munication officers of the Army or
promotion, drill pay and retirement Air Force area in which the applicant resides.
benefits, Col. Mackenzie said.

Alumni Dues Reduced
1 wr
Christmas Art Display
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Association for tne
period ending May 31, at
half the usual membership rates,
according to action taken by the
executive committee of the Asso"resolutions passed by SGA were pre- ciation Monday night.
Membership fee in the Alumni
sented to the faculty.
"TV
cam
fArnl ro rri mi lnttjrc Association for the full year, be- -

from students, a feature, an editorial
' and two news stories on the question.

Highway Department
To Employ Students
The State Highway Department
has assigned 80 engineering students
to prepare road plans in its zone
location and district offices.
The students will be assigned as
junior engineering aids and will
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subscription
to the Kentucky Kernel and Kentucky Alumnus, or $2.00 for a "B"
membership, which includes subscription to the Alumnus only. At
year's rate, those Janthe one-ha- lf
uary graduates wishing to join immediately may become "A" members for $1.50 and "B" members
for $1.00, their memberships automatically expiring with the close
of the association's fiscal year. May
31.

Seniors wishing to join the association should contact the Alumni
office, Room 124, Student Union
Building. Those sending in their
dues by mail should include their
permanent addresses, their business
pleted.
addresses, their class, degree, and
4 Bight shift of 25 student work- the type membership they desire.
men is maintained in Lexington and
is'hitrhlv satixfactnrv. accordine to
Dwight h. Bray, chief highway engi-- i National Officer Speaks
neer.
Mr. A. B. Zerby, national secreA shortage of technical men and
the expanded road program which tary of Eta Kappa Nu, electrical
will be undertaken next year makes engineering honorary, spoke to the
toe use of engineering students ad- University's chapter of Eta Kappa
vantageous. Bray said.
Nu on Dec. 13. He discussed the
"Organization, Function, and PriviChristmas Party Plans
leges of the Honorary."

are assigned.
Most of the students will be working at the University and in Lexington draft rooms. A variety of road-pla- it
work will be assigned and com-

Made

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Westminster

A Christmas Eve party and midnight service will be sponsored by
the Westminster Fellowship on Dec.
24 at Maxwell Street Presbyterian
Church.
The program will begin with open
house at 10 p.m. Students will meet
for caroling and for refreshments
around the Christmas tree.
Robert Smith will preside at the
midnight candlelight service. Special music will be presented by a
student octet choral group.
The program is the first of this
t vpe sponsored by the Westminster
Fellowship, and it is open to all
students. Lee Anna Scott is in
clutrge of arrangements.

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Active Status
Deadline Extended

Ernest F. Burchard, member of
the U.S. Geological Survey staff in

Washington, was in Lexington recently to confer with Vincent E.
Nelson, associate professor of geology, on an investigation of the iron
ore in Western Kentucky.

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room. Dec. 13.
The purpose of the
group is to promote scholarly
research and discussion and a closer
coordination of departmental programs in humanities.
Dr. Hobart Ryland. head of the
UK Department of Romance Languages, presented a paper on the
Marquis de Sadc. Officers will be
elected at the next meeting.

George

Martin, chairman,

said
will be provided

for all who wish to attend.

Charges of fraud in the voting
for Cooperstown mayor and council- men yesterday have brought about
a contested election.
A hearing has been planned for
tonight, according to Bill Bixlcr,
present mayor. He said an impartial
board, rather than the Cooperstown
council, would
the
charges.
In two wards there were descrep-encibetween the number of ballots and the check list, Bixler said.
Ballots were also cast for other
persons without authority, it was
alleged.
Unofficial Count Given
An Unofficial count gave the lead
in the mayor's election to C. R. Rose,
with 134 votes, followed by Tom
Riley with 120 votes.
Trailing in the balloting were
Dick Linn, 88 votes. Ken Bruckart,
with 56, and O. A. Bradley, with 14.
Three councilmen were elected
without opposition. They were Dick
Staffer, second ward. Travis Duerr,
third ward, and Louis Withers,
fourth ward.
Candidates in the first ward were
closely bunched, according to unofficial tabulation. Alton B. Pulliam had
34 votes, John Richter 32, and William R. Hartlage 28.
Archie Nickell was far ahead in
the fifth ward, with an unofficial
total of 66. Harold Harlow got 31
and Jim Pride 23 votes.

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For Report On Wool

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Night Classes Started
In Engineering School

The electrical engineering department of the College of Engineering has established night laboratory
classes because of the increased
number of students.
Eleven sections, involving 149
A Brazilian scenic film will be
students,
meet Monday through
shown immediately following the
Friday from 9 p.m., and 11 secWesley Foundation Fellowship Suptions meet from 6 p.m. Five secper on Jan. 2 at 5:30 p.m. The protions meet from 12-- 1 p.m. on Saturgram will be held at the First Methdays.
odist Church.
This schedule will continue
Bill Garriott, Magician, will present a program of magic at the through next semester and as long
Wesley meeting on Jan. 6 in the as there is need for it.
SUB at 7 p.m.

The University of Kentucky Humanities Research Club held its
first meeting in the Library staff

low.

To Be Contested

Wesley Foundation
Shows Scenic Film

First Meeting Held
By Humanities Club

The Newman Club will sponsor a
barbecue on Jan. 8 at Sleepy Hol-

Cooperstown Vote

Delegates Named
To
Conclave

Representatives
of various campus religious clubs will also attend
the convention.

Hillcl Foundation will sponsor an
informal New Year's Eve party or
Jan. 3 at 7:30 p.m. at Temple Adath
Israel.
Dave Greenwald, president, said
that games, dancing, and refreshments will be offered.

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ROTC Arms Inspected

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The annual Ordnance Technical
Inspection of small arms and in.
struments of the University's ROTC
tluyhei photo b) Wilhami unit was held Tuesday.
Nancy Richards (left) and Rudy Whalry didn't write a letter to
The inspection was conducted by
Santa this year. They went straight to the North Pole for a personal
Jess Neafus, Frank L. Medley, and
requests granted.
intervriw
F. J. Askins of the Post Ordnance
Department, Fort Knox.
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Heidelburg Students And Faculty

An eye for business has S. Wolff,
Knitwear employee of
New York Ojty.
UK
A UK Home Economics student
in desperate need of a report on
USCC
angora wool wrote to the Knitwear
company seeking aid. In return
The University YM and YWCA she received pages of information
delegation to the first national con- written in long
hand with a P.S.
vention of the United Student stating, "Is it possible that you
Christian Council at Lawrence, could obtain two tickets to the St.
Kansas. Dec. 27 Jan. 1. will in- Johns - Kentucky basketball game
clude Bart Peak, YMCA director. here at Madison Square Garden?
Michael Edgeworth, Frank Maturo, Will re glad to send check before
David Hatchett, and Josephine receiving the tickets. Printed inDaugherty.
formation concerning angora wool
The convention, which will be will follow."
attended ty approximately 2000 stuThe information was received
dents and 200 leaders, has as its and Wolff will get his two tickets.
theme "World Churchmanship
1949."

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Army Launches Plan
Radio Personnel

Iron Ore Checked

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JoAnne Vincent, left, will have bags packed and ready to go when the dorms officially close at 12:00
morrow. Vena Southwood takes time out from last minute studying to supervise the job.

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Professor Award
To Be Announced
At Meeting Today

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Student Vacation!
Begins Tomorrow

Christmas Greeting

Philippine Visitor
Makes Inspection
Tour Of Campus :

A change in the University calenallowing a three
dar for 1949-5- 0
was
vacation
day Thanksgiving
approved by the University faculty

Monday.
The new calendar provides a

Sunny And Cold;
High Of 39

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Weather:

Civil Engineers Begin

Laboratory Revision
The civil engineering laboratory,
located on the ground floor of the
south wing or Anderson Hall, is undergoing extensive revision, according to Prof. F. J. Check.
A new room is being subdivided
to provide space for surveying instruments and equipment, and to
avoid congestion on the second floor
where the equipment room is now
located.
In addition, a dividing wall is
being built to separate the hydraulics laboratory and the testing
materials laboratory, thus eliminating the inconvenience of having
two classes simultaneously in one
large laboratory.

Students and faculty members of
Heidelberg University in Germany
have written numerous letters to Dr.
H. L. Donovan, president of the University of Kentucky, expressing their
gratitude for the packages of clothing sent them by UK students, faculty and staff members.
Prof. Theo Bauer wrote: "Since I
taught in Breslau, a city now occupied by the Polish-Soviforces,
I lost everything. You can see, therefore, that your kind gifts were not
wasted. To be sure, there were several articles of clothing which I
could not use personally since I am
unmarried. However, I know a number of fugitives from eastern Germany to whom the clothing which
was not suitable for me afforded
"
much joy
Grateful for Packages
A Professor Ritter expressed his
gratitude in the following words:
"With many thanks and great hap
piness my family and myself have
taken over one of the packages
which you have collected with so
much love and thoughtfulness . . ."
Dr. Gerlof Steiner wrote. "The objects in the box are very welcome to
me and my family, ie. my sister (because I am single). The bathrobe will
be used as a sort of dressing gown,
a thing which I needed for a long
time since the day when my old one
burned up with most of my other
et

On January 3
By Otis Perkins
The offical Christmas holiday for
all students in the University wi.l
start tomorrow noon and will end
on Jan. 3. 1949.
The holiday
for the
'acuity and staff will last from Dec.
23 to Dec. 27, and from Dec. 31 to
Jan 3.
The vacation starting tomorrow
ill climax a busy week of programs,
parties, and dances, which are in
teeping with the Christmas spirit
n the campus.
The highlight of campus activities
was the annual program of Christ-na- s
music presented by the University Choristers
in Memorial Hall
ast Sunday. Featuring both carol
Mid church music, the program was
attended by capacity crowds at both
its afternoon and evening performances. It was also carried by one
if the local radio stations. The program was repeated last night at 8
J'clock in the Georgetown College
Chapel, sponsored by the Baptist
3tudent Union of Georgetown.
Under the direction of Mildred
3. Lewis, the Choristers also presented a program of Christmas
:arols at 10 a.m. yesterday in Mem-viHall. The program was sponsored by the American Society of
Mechanical Engineers.
Annual Ceremony Held
The traditional Hanging of the
jreens was held last week in the
3tudent Union Building. The ceremony, which was part of the annual
Christmas program at the University, featured Christmas readings by
4rs. George Edwin Smith, author
r,
r the
"She Came To
rhe Valley." A large Christmas tree
as decorated in the north end of
:he building, and wreaths were hung
aver the windows. Special music was
presented by the Men's Glee Club
under the direction of Aimo Kivini-em- i.

The winner of the 1948-4- 9
"Distinguished Professor of the Year"
award will be announced this afternoon at a meeting of the Arts and
Sciences faculty.
The award is made annually ii
recognition of outstanding contributions to scholarship by a member
of the University teaching staff
The election is by secret ballot of
the faculty.
Candidates who have been nominated for this years award are Dr
Louis Purdue, dean of the Graduate School: Dr. Morris Scherago
head of the bacteriology department; Dr. Charles E. Snow, professor of anthropology: Dr. Herbert
P. Riley, head of the department
of botany: and Prof. John Kuiper,
head of the department of philosophy.
In previous years, the professor
receiving the award has been given
one quarter's leave of absence in
which to do research in some special field. He is expected to deliver
a public lecture on his research
sometime during the spring.
Dr. William Snyder. Webb, head
of the department of physics and
the department of anthropology received- last year's award. He delivered the "'Distinguished Professor" lecture last spring in Memorial Auditorium on the topic, "The
of Kentucky."
award was won by
The 1946-4- 7
Dr. Thomas D. Clark, head of the
department of history.

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To Begin Next Month

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Motion pictures will be showr
every Friday and Saturday night,
beginning Jan. 15, in Memorial Hall,
a spokesman for the extension department has announced.
Domestic and foreign films will
be shown for UK students, faculty,
and their families, at a small admission fee.
The schedule of pictures will be
announced later. Movies will include
drama, adventure, comedy, historical.
and documentary films.
Events previously scheduled for
Memorial Hall on Friday and Saturday nights may cause some irregularity in bookings.

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Names Of Initiates

things in Darmstadt.
"The pants will be adapted for my
height. The shirts also. The stockings also are very welcome, since my
old ones dissolve more and more . . .
You must know that these gifts are
not only of material value for us, but
that the consciousness of good will
and friendly thoughts, which one
has for us beyond the frontiers of
our country also are a great help.
Aid To Better Relations
"One reads so much in the newspapers and one hears also so many
words on the radio which is the
devil's work. If one would not have
the feeling that besides these disagreeable facts these are men with
a human feeling heart, life would
be without sense. So I have to thank
you all for a kind of mental assist-

V.V11W Christmas Party
The annual Christmas party sponsored by the
and cbe
Pitkin Club for the kindergarten
ind first grade children at Lincoln
School has been arranged. Freshmen members met last Tuesday to
sack candy for the party on Dec. 22.
Dnder the direction of the Y Clu,
containers were placed in the cafeterias and the book store enabling
students to contribute to this program.
Other Activities Listed
Other student activities include a
Christmas party by the Home Economics Club, a Christmas formal
by the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority,
and a pajama party held by the
Sirls in Jewell Hall.
Anticipating
the heavy holiday
traffic, the American Railroads are
offering a "college special.'' giving
students and faculty members special round trip privileges. Officials
of the Greyhound Bus Lines have
announced that 25 new buses have
been purchased, and that traveling
facilities to all points are available.
Concluding the campus Yule-Tiactivities. President H. L.
Donovan has issued his Season s
greeting to ail students as they leave
,or
10 celebrate the Christ

Twenty three students have been
initiated into Beta Upsilon chapter
of Eta Kappa Nu. national electrical

engineering honorary society, according to an announcement this
week by Willard R. Becraft, president of the group.
Those initiated were John M.
Mays. David Pruden. Arnold A
Kfurnhv Fnrp;t R Ertwarfls Rpvprlv
P. Miracle. George K. Farney. Paul
Murray, Johnston A. Young. Claude
Buster Jr., Gene Madison, Earl
Noble, Jack Bell, Charles F.
Pre-Med
Hubert L. Ernst, James
Reynolds, Robert
Woody, Clarence
Meek, Karl McCready. Butler H.
ance."
Durham. Neil Hall. David Noble,
Selective Service has established a
A letter from Mrs. Marie Ranke Jack' Distler, and Fred Perkins.
program to offer provisional acceptsaid, "My husband who needed a
ance into dental, medical, and vetsuit was a little two broad for the
erinary schools to
jacket, but at once we knew of anHonorary Initiates Two
and
stuother colleague that is badly wanting a suit, for he possesses but one. . Mike dgeworth and Tom Smith dents.
Under the program, students must
r iwAnllv initiator! into Alnha
The taste of the dresses is exquisite
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and I nearly dare not wear them in Phi Omega service fraternity. Mem- - artnlv in tVai. uw.u.i.UrC
ior
a"eptance in the college of the.r
a circle of ladies who are not able to bers of the University of Louisville
e jucigea
dress fairly."
chapter of APO were present at the
he standlns made during the
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ceremonies.
.freshman work, and will be valid
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only if the standing is maintained.
students accepted under the pro-- :
gram will be deferred from the draft
as long as they maintain their staiid- ing.
Dr. R. S. Allen, head of the dr-- I
partment of anatomy and uhvsi- ology. said interested students may
Rupert Stivers, Kappa Sigma, isobtain further information from
the ugliest man at the University of
their advisors.
Kentucky as a result of a contest
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that netted $249.38 for service projects.
As an ironical conclusion to the I
recent Alpha Phi Omega Ugly Man
contest. Stivers was presented a troy
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phy by Nancy Brewer, newly elected
Voice of the UK Veteran, weekly
Kentuckian beauty queen, at the
presentation of the University freStudent Union Christmas dance. Alquency modulation station. WBKY.
so he received a sport coat from
will feature Dr. Amry Vandcnbobch.
Purcells and a trophy designed as
of the political science department,
the head of an ugiy woman.
and Dean Elvis J. Stahr. of the
When questioned about being UK's
College of Law. in a discussion of
d
ugliest man. Stivers a
current events in China.
senior, smiled and replied "Boo",
The broadcast can be heard Satt'arprnler Runner-u- p
urday at 5 pm. over WHAS.
As runner-u- p
in the contest which
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had 18 entrants. Jack Carpenter, Alpha Sigma Fhi, received a sport
shirt by courtesy of Bomanzi's.

The contest, which was designed to
give the male populace of UK a
chance to win a few honors, was
labeled a "tremendous success" by

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Rupert Stivers
The service fraternity added that
"we are very appreciative for the interest shown throughout the contest plans to inaugurate a worthwhile
and the fact that the candidates community service project from the
didn't take the ugly aspect serious- proceeds of the contest. An anly."
nouncement will be made after the
holidays as to the nature of the
Plan Service Project
Alpha Phi Omega is now making project, the service fraternity said.
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Phalanx Initiates Eleven
Phalanx fraternity, sponsored by
the YMCA. initiated eleven men at.
a recent ceremony at the Maxwell
Street Presbyterian Church, according to Howard Morgan, president.
New members include Jim Fethe.
Walter Ferguson. Harry Daugherty.
Kenny Wood, Robert Sweeterman,
Kenneth Flowers, Wynn Moselev.
Arthur Seelhorst. Shep Lowman.
Gene Deskins. and Robert Calvert.
Phalanx members meet on Tuesdays for lunch in the SUB.

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