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THE DAILY

News
Flashes
From Our Leased Wires
New York A new rocket plane
speed record was established by Joe
Blipp, University of Kentucky student, who this morning ate his
in New York, burped in
drank a bicarbonate
of soda In Peacefulvania (formerly
Germany) and returned to New
York for lunch.
World City
Battlemania and
P&tgaria threatened to go to war
this morning, but the World Police
force appeared Immediately. Placing the rulers of the two counties
in a boxing ring, the police told
them to fight it out. Casualties:
Battlemania, loose front tooth;
Pstgaria. bruised nose. The two
rulers embraced and left the ring
arm In arm.

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LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY, MAY

VOLUME I

ERNEL

8:30 EDITION

NUMBER ONE

26. 1954

Spacious Field House, Country Club Are Only Two Of Additions To The University

Agricultural Research Accomplishments Are Amazing, Says Dean
Solweldentizing,
Vitamin
Gain Recognition
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In summarizing the accomplishments in agricultural research for
the past year, the dean of the College of Agriculture and Home Economics today told graduating seniors that "the changes in the Agriculture college, the improvements,
and advances, have far exceeded the

UK Defeats
Coastal Teams

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Meet

In Swim

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Crowd Of 5,000

Witnesses Victory
In Johnson Pool

Journalists See
Dream Realized
In New Building

Commuters Meet
All commuters between Paris.
France and the University will
please meet in the auditorium of
the Field House at 1 p. m. Monday afternoon, to discuss plans
for parking their planes during
school hours.

Watterson Hall
Will Be Completed
In Near Future

Improvements
In Only 10 Years
Are Astounding
The legislature of tne University
has just released its latest report
concerning the growth of the University, and the improvements made
on the campus during the past ten
years were listed in full.
In 1945 which was the close of
World War II, the University began
its campaign for the enlarging of
this educational Institution for the
betterment of the student body.
The University Field house which
was constructed on Euclid avenue
holds a capacity crowd of 80.000.

Two swimming pools, basketball
Kentucky may be ocean-les- s
courts, indoor tennis courts, and
but
The installation of
wildest dreams of those who went
Lexington The first case of the
press wires In the news room of the
bowling lanes were Included in this
it breeds a race of mermen who
before us."
common cold in five years was rebuilding.
Kernel offices today will complete
pride of every coastal
outswim the
He said, "We can now grow vegeported to University of Kentucky
construction of the new publicaThe University Country club was
scientists today who immediately tables without soil, have isolated University. Yesterday's defeat, betions building of the University.
also established at this time for the
flew to Paris. Prance, to examine the new vitamin
personal use of all students. Oolf
B4, and expect to fore a record Johnson pool crowd of
Watterson hall, named for "Marse
the patient. They administered replace the troublesome needle
major sports which
Henry" Watterson of the Louisgille
and 5,000, of the swimming aggregations
Kentucky-discovere- d
Roaring Into the last 100 mile was one of the
the famous
Courier-Journa- l,
was opened wide to students at that
is a dream realthread with the "solweldentizing" from Cornell, Yale, Princeton, Hardrug, sulpha philozzily, which inized for members of the Journalism stretch at 700 mpii.. a University time.
method of sewing We have even vard, Florida, UCLA, and Washstantly cured the cold sufferer.
Psychology, administration, and
department. Years ago they plan- professor of English, nosed out all
developed a machine that does ev- ington proved that.
ned a building with room for com- competitors to cop the crown in publication buildings were immediWashington
The Bureau of Job erything to a tobacco plant toVictory Traditional
ately built to replace Neville hall,
fortable offices for the faculty, sep- the annual faculty airplane races.
Research announced this morning bacco without nicotine except roll
arate floor for the Kernel plant,
the old Administration building, and
For Kentucky's swimmers to
Piloting his aluminum "Blue McVey hall which have since been
that a survey Just completed re- it into a cigarette and smoke it for swamp every
Kentucklan offices, photographic
college in the nation
vealed that there were five jobs you.
laboratories, typewriters that would Bullet" and maneuvering the ship redecorated and are being used for
Is becoming almost tradition. In
available for every person comnot break down and typographical with precise timing, he made the other purposes.
The machine that does so much the four years of the existence of
pleting his technical education In in
laboratories to be fully equipped.
Building of the new engineering
the harvesting of tobacco is pri- the Keen Johnson Memorial field
course in 2 hrs. 15 min. 17
every part of the world.
marily a tobacco cutter. It cuts the house, our mermaids and mermen
That dream has now come true.
of the engineering quadransec. Bnd 9 mils. The nearest trailed section
World-Wid- e
tall stalks of burley" and puts
gle which was necessary to take care
News
Atlanta, G. The discovery of a on the wagon. And then whenthem have defeated all comers. Even in
behind him an easy 14 minutes and of the overflow of students was the
the the days of the Donovan-er- a
(1944)
Across these newly installed press
new type of container for soft crop is in
the remaining 78 planes were not biggest improvement made in 1946.
the barn, an attachment when Kentucky had no pool, the
ts
wires will come world
drinks was announced today. The added to the motor converts the
Bluegrass swimmers were formidthat the student body will be in- ably slow at an average speed of The fall of 1946 found the opening
bottle will dissolve as soon as the cutter into a dryer which cures the
of the Engineering Experiment stacontests.
able in
terested in reading in the daily 450 m p h.
drink is consumed.
tobacco in 10 days to 2 weeks, a
tion. It is now possible to experiedition of The Kernel.
And by
In yesterday's competition, our
As is customary In the
process that once took months. The
ment In every phase of engineering
means of the
ll
service.
Lexington
Three scientist at machine was perfected and put to captain of the home
event, an award of
traditional
known to man.
squad, led team mates to a 18-- U
have completed work on the Experimental farm.
the University
Steel girders for new addition to Unwersity field house be- The Kernel gets and develops its
"Floatie" airplane trailer was
The annual field trip taken by the
own news pictures. No more sendvictory over the Ell five. Water
their invention of a combined cook
wing which will be completed ing pictures to town to have "kuts" made to the winner. Our victor graduating seniors of the Agricule
popular gin to take form. The
version of the
stove and refrigerator that may be
Vitamin B ,4
basketball season next fall will inc rease seat- made to print in the student pa- said he planned to use the trailer ture college was initiated In 1947 at
folded and put away when not in
Vitamin B.,4. recently isolated by national sport however shows signs by the! opening of the
per; the engraving is now done in in his "usual three-da- y
use. This folding is accomplished women students doing food re- of dying of disuse like its terra ing capacity of the field house by 5,000.
jaunt to which time 85 students went by
rocket plane to South America stopWatterson hall.
did in 1947,
by remote control.
search, is on exhibit in the Home firm a contemporary
Alaska next June." wheTe he is ping at different points to study the
One whole floor of the spacious
Economics building. Named after when famed Connie Mack died.
for a novel products of the section.
Mexico City. Mex.
Calling all the powerful bomber of World War
new building is now given to The gathering information
Second Phase
World-Wid1947 also found the University
housewives!
Scientists
Kernel plant, with the offices of with the tentative title. "Yukon
have in- II. the vitamin is in a special plascompletely equipped with an air
Second phase of the contest,
vented a mechanical man who is tic case which filters both incoming
the 50 members of the journalism Say That Again."
conditioning system in all buildings.
faculty,
able to do all cleaning duties. This and outgoing rays. Much more work which showed potential entrants
and classrooms located
The University harpsichord orEast and West Student Union
discovery will be on the market is to be done with Vitamin B.,4 as for the 1956 Olympics slated for
throughout the other three floors.
marTokio, was individual compebuildings were established In 1948 to
With this arrangement there Is chestra played a program of
within two weeks.
its potentialities have not even "been New
tition in diving. Wiry little Smith
room for even more expansion than tial music while the president ad- take care of the large number of
"From the Skyline Studios" on the
touched as yet.
Rob-biof Kentucky
Lexington Parmer, save that powas necessary when 500 new stu- dressed the crowd around ' the students who came from all states
of the University Radio
of Princeton with his unique 40th floor
Dehydrated Foods
tato bug! Dont harm him! He's
dents registered as journalism ma- grandstand on the field. SuKy, and nations. Many of these students
In the high dive Kentucky building a student cast last evening
valuable! Scientists at the Univer- jors this last quarter, bringing the student pep organization, served were formerly stationed at the UniIn the laboratories of the new
on celebrated the fifth anniversary of
versity during the second world war
sity have discovered that potato buildings, home eonomics students. earned two firsts and a second
total up to 3,210.
Atomade and radicakes during the
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bugs produce ten times the amount both men and women, are working the efforts of "D" Lail and Jones. tneir program "Kentucky Kampus
in the ASTP.
Rooms
race.
of silk that a silk worm can. They with synthetic and dehydrated
At this time, the Commerce colKapers" which for the past five years
comIn the big
Ninety-eig- ht
have also discovered a way in which foods. They, for example, recently of former Kentucky men.
lege Installed the
Moke
beamed three times a
posing rooms, there are special
Our famed Kentucky governor have been
the bug may live on the plant with- made powdered eggs that really
which enables stenographers to see
linotype machines for students to
Perfect 3 Standing
week throughout the world via the
out harming it. This is done by taste like fresh eggs.
was present to award trophies.
as well as hear the one who is givAg Department
operate, as practice in setting up a
inpyramids with suitable
dipping the potato into a specially
World Telecasting system.
ing dictation without having to
One hundred and two University newspaper. There are typographicThe new buildings include a unit
each
Boasts 'Big Apple'
prepared milk solution before it is or studente-fa- rm
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leave his desk.
boyswho are scriptions were presented to coach
Letters of congratulations were seniors were Initiated into the Al- al laboratories, with cases including
planted
In 1949 the University expanded
taking short courses in practical winner while the Kentucky
throughout the pha of Kentucky chapter of Phi every principal type family at the
apple a day kept the
read from listeners
If an
to such a degree that it was nec?s-sa-ry
farming. For a month to six weeks, beamed with pride.
disposal of advanced students. The
came
the
doctor away back In 1944. an
to construct 10 new men's dormThe president of the United world. From much President in the Beta Kappa at services held in the type "family" determined whether
they live and study all In the same
progress
for "as
lounge of the East Student Union
apple such as was grown on the
itories and five new residence halls
building. Courses in livestock and States, always a Kentucky sports wishes
pist.1
the print of a newspaper is big or
has been made in
for women During this year with
Experimental
poultry production are offered. fan, was unable to attend the meet future as Premier expressed the ap- building.
farm this year,
small, black or Tight, Old English.
deep
the help of the University, the
They are taught how to grow 200 because of the special Washington Russia's
f'JUT "6ThPUlllStP?"lla"cl"
"All Ullt
Gothic, Bodonl. and knowledge of
should keep the doctors out of
preciation of what the programs
council and
bushels of corn to the acre instead observance slated for yesterday.
were doing to bring peoples closer standings of 3 for their University these types is just as Important in
business.
council constructed quadrangles with
The new Dairy bam, recently of 50 bushels as was the average
as the
of careers. The four with low stand- making a newspaperman
together, and the Prime Minister
houses of every national Greek orAn apple the size of a pumpkin
constructed on the site of the old back in 1944. and how to fatten
Britain sent his congratulations and ings were admitted on 2.39 stand- ability to write a story.
ganization represented.
barn, will be "christened" tomor- hogs in three months instead of
grown on the University farm, is
A camera for every photographer
wishes for continued success.
row night with a barn dance for six.
The University faculty dub moved
ings, it was announced.
on exhibit in the front hall of
is now available for
NntahleQ on me nrneram were
to its new location on College aveall Agriculture students and their
"Solweldentizing" sewing is fast
"The growing Interest In scholar- students to use. In the photography
Agriculture building.
the main
guests.
nue in 1950. This ten story building
talks by University research engi- ship is clearly reflected by the qual- department, instructors teach the
catching on among women Home
It has been named Bluegrass
includes all types of recreation inInstead of the usual starched Economics majors who as part of
neers describing progress being made
ity of these new members of Phi mechanism, and the operation of
white uniforms worn by dairy at- the curriculum make their own
cluding bowling, swimming, dancBeauty.
on the new high speed radio wave Beta Kappa." the president of the 25 different types of cameras, and
tendants, guests must wear straw clothing according to the dean of
ing, and shuffle board.
20 Centers Open
with which they hope to establish fraternity declared at the conclu- students do their homework, taking
hats, and overalls such as were the college. With a tiny instrument
In 1951 the "Skyline" studios were
contact with Uniogky. the planet sion of the services. "Next year we various kinds of pictures, with the
Extension Courses
worn by dairy farmers in 1944. that resembles a welder's torch, the
built in the new radio building.
recently discovered by the central
should be able to honor more than department's cameras.
Grading System
Classes In aviation were started in
Girls may wear
seams of the dresses are melted toIn order to meet the demand for headquarters of the University AsKentucklan Offices
chintz or cotton blouses and skirts. gether, leaving not so much as a engineers, extension courses of the tronomical Observatories located In 200 of Kentucky's young scholars,"
The grading system will be en- 1952 and students were then allowed
he added.
On the same floor are the Ken- to park their planes in the parking
The main event or the evening trace to show where they were College of Engineering will be Alaska.
When the new members of Phi tuckian offices, complete with draw- tirely abolished at the University,
will be a jitterbug contest for older joined. This is partly possible beThe usual cast was also on hand. Beta Kappa left the Union build- ing tables, boards, and other equip- it was announced today by the lot behind the East Student Union
building.
members of the staff who remember cause of the synthetic materials opened in more than 20 different Including the University Symphonic
they were cheered by a crowd ment, which greatly simplifies the dean.
Famous surgeons were employed
the dance fad of a few years back. which are spun from air and car- centers within the state, beginning Orchestra, the Bluegrass Trio, the ing5.000
1,000-paof
students who had assembled business of putting out the
"If a student wants to learn he as professors at the University's
A milk bar has been constructed bon products, as is nylon, and melt this fall. Thirty new professors Swingaroos with the Dixieland Philyearbook.
after learning that the Initiation
at one end of the spacious barn, at a very high degree of tempera- from all over the world have been harmonic and the radio cast of the was in progress. A parade was orUni- medical center last year which ia
Every studert has his own indi- will," is the policy which the
equipped with every modern Instrucream, sodas, chocolate ture, and partly because of the added to the faculty in order to new play "Suspense" written and ganized and the line of
and ice
versity will use from now on.
typewriter
march vidual
and a locked
ment yet designed in that field.
malted milks, and milk shakes will highly complex solweldentizing help.
produced by the dramatic depart- moved down Limestone
street, desk. The typewriter ribbons don't
torch. Students report that these
be served.
ment.
through the downtown section and wear out, the kejs don't stick, and
The college has been flooded with
The new barn is air conditioned, melted seams come in handy in
Guest speakers included the presi- back to the Fraternity-Sororit- y
an Ink eraser is attached to each.
letters and long distance phone calls
and features a special rotating patching tears, and worn spots.
dent of the University and various quadrangle , where student leaders Journalism assignments typed on
gradfor the past month asking for
milking stand. When the cows en1954
uates as soon as possible. Excellent students from foreign countries who made talks In honor of the new these streamlined typewriters are
ter on one side, they have the milk,
Phi Beta Kappas.
are attending the University.
all but perfect.
salaries have been offered by all.
when they come out on the
and
SUNDAY, MAY 28
The cast entertained at dinner
Working in close cooperation with
Any student who wishes to do
other, the milk has already been
program followed by a
the radio studios, the journalism
cooperative work in the college after the
pasteurized, frozen in bricks, and
3:30 pm. Baccalaureate Procession forms on the drive between the
dance held In the West Student Alumni Office Finishes
department offers courses in radio
should be present at 2:30 p. m.
stacked in' the sterile refrigerated
Student Union Buildings.
building.
Union
news reporting, editing, and radio
Complete New File
locker room.
The new tennis courts under the today in the Field house. Personnel
4:00 p m. Baccalaureate Sermon. World War II Memorial Chapel;
writing.
colmanagement of a committee of 10 men from 25 large concerns will be
The dean of the agriculture
Minister of New Combined Protestant Church in LexingThe Alumni office. Room 123 A,
For the students In all phases cf
lege said that the legislature had students will be opened tomorrow, on hand to interview prospects.
B, C of the West Student Union journalism, a reading room, and
ton.
appropriated money to build the the Athletic department announced
No more reservations for the fall
building at the University, has re- periodical room library, ha3 been
5:00 pm. Student Government Association at home in suite in West
barn, at a special session, when the today.
Engineering
classes in Aeronautical
cently finished a complete file of all opened on the fourth floor of WatStudent Union Building for Graduating Class, Guests.
seed was pointed out to the goverThere will be 500 new courts can be made as approximately 500 In
former graduates and students who terson halL
Friends, Reunion Classes, Alumni. Trustees and Faculty
nor of the commonwealth.
to the students and equip male and female students have alavailable
by the dean cf have attended the University.
It was announced
And crowning glory of the pubment will be provided free of charge ready registered. However, optional
of the University.
college today that 250 stuThe file dates back to 1370.
lications building i3 the blue and
for those who prefer the University courses in Servo Mechanisms, Plas- the law
dents had been enrolled for the
M9NDAT. MAY 23
lounge at the entrance on
white
racquets and balls.
Classes Dismissed
tics, Electronics, Radar, and Com- spring quarter. This exceeds by five
the main floor. Deep rug3, upholNo charge will be made to the munications will be offered.
4:00 p.m. Senior Picnic at University Country Club.
For National Meeting
the enrollment of the last three
stered furniture, and white leather
Early Morning Kernel
students and outsiders may play
200 graduate quarters and is the largest group
Approximately
TUESDAY, MAY 36
chairs are there for students and
University will be host for the only when there are a surplus of scholarships in the different fields
The
law college has ever had, the
Delayed Ten Minutes
the
3:30 p.m. Dean of Women at home to Graduating Senior Women.
visitors to enjoy.
National Business convention to be courts not being used by students. of engineering will be presented at dean stated.
held from Monday through Thurs- Rules governing the courts were 10:30 Friday morning at the all- The 10 minute delay In the
WEDNESDAY. MAY 31
Books on Treatises on CorporaUK Heads Investigate
day, according to an announcement made at the last session of the campus convocation in tne audipublication of the early morn3:30 p.m. President of the University and his wife at home to
tion, Criminal Law and Procedure,
from the dean of the College of Student Oovernment association.
ing edition of The Kentucky
torium of the Field house.
Wills, and Law of Insurance have
members o the graduating class.
Center Arctic Region
Commerce
Kernel today was due to the
been compiled for distribution by
7:30 p.m. Lawn party in garden behind East Student Union Buildoverheating of one of the color
The National Business group was
Five professors of the University
the law faculty to the students on
ing for Graduating Seniors and Guests.
presses In the Publications
organized by the faculty of the Col- 2500 Skeletons Found
New York Critics
geography department left today to
the campus and for many AmeriUniversity On Old Indian Mound
building.
lege of Commerce at the
investigate the tropical region which
THURSDAY, JUNE 1
can universities at the request of
Praise Young Actress
in 1947. This group has formulated
The 20 linotype and composwas recently discovered by two Unithe National Bar association.
The head of the department of
3:30 pm. Alumni Reunion of Class of 1944 meeting in alumni room
many of the plans which have mining room technicians reported
versity students in the center of the
Jean Martin, brilliant young acgeology announced today that an
4B of East Student Union Building.
Three hundred books from the
imized periods of national depresthat the big press became overArctic region.
Indian mound with approximately tress at the University, played the old law library were placed today
6:30 p.m. Governor of the Commonwealth entertaining with dinsion.
running off the 10,000
heated in
According to tne students who
leading role in the Phantom's De- with the 150,000 volumes of the main
ex2500 skeletons has been recently
ner at Governors Mansion in honor of all Graduating
All classes will be dismissed durKernel, and they
were out scouting in their rocket
light in the last play of the spring law library. The books represent copies of The
cavated on the University Experiing the convention.
Seniors.
had to wait until the machine
they saw an
planes last week-enUniversity's New Lit- valuable old manuscripts,
season at the
ment Station farm.
the dean
was cool.
area about a hundred miles square
After a careful examination the tle Theater last night.
FRIDAY, JUNE 8
of the law college said.
Other employees, and stuin which grass and palm trees were
Miss Martin, an arts and sciences
bones will be removed and placed In
12:30 p.m. Commencement Luncheon for Graduating Class. Guests,
The law librarian returned yesWatterson Hall for
Underground Tunnels
dents in
growing.
the new museum on South Lime- junior, will long be remembered in terday from her
Friends. Reunion Classes, Alumni, Trustees, and Faculty
vacation which she
classes were unjournalism
Inhabitants were seen in the
stone street.
the role of Desdemona in "Othello" spent at the University Experiment
The underground
of the University.
aware of the disturbance. The
region as well as many animals and
According to University scientists which the University presented last
No. 10 in Rio de Piedras, Arwhich have been built for the
sound proof walls of the press
7.00 p.m. Commencement Procession forms, driveway in front of
homes. A preliminary report was
is the largest Indian mound summer. She has been very active Farm
this
room effectively cut off all noise
telepathed to the campus at once
entire campus for rainy and
Field House.
that has even been found. The in dramatics since she has been at gentina.
from the presses And since the
A graduate of the University, she
and the president Immedately made
7:30 p.m. Commencement Exercises. Stoll Field, Address by Presibones of the bodies were In perfect the University.
cold weather, will be irady for
air flonditioning system Is no
available funds for this expedition.
shape and alongside them were
New York critics were In the au- is a member of the Kentucky bar
dent of the United States.
use at the opening of the fall
longer a novelty, the Idea of
The head of the department or
found many old cooking utensils. dience last night to see Miss Mar- and holds a major in library science.
10:00 p.m. Senior Prom, Open Air Pavillion in Fraternity -- Sorority
semester. It was announced
anything getting uncomfortably
radiography and photography also
Authorities of Indian relics esti- tin' performance. The New York She will resume her duties as head
quadrangle, 60 piece orchestra to play.
today.
hot Is unheard of.
n
rewent with the geography department
librarian of the central wing of the
mate the pottery to be about 1000 Times carried a
law library.
scientists.
years old.
view this morning prelslrg her.
full-leas-

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Four Years Have Meant A Lot
By Eettye McCUnahan
Glancing back over the past lour
years, which have been both full of
gladness and sorrow to a great
many of us. we find that the University has stood up exceptionally
well under the conflict of war and
turmoil.
Seniors, you can well remember
the way the University was before
the war and how it is as you leave
our gates and travel toward even
greater adventures in Uie life ahead.
No one knows what is in store for
the future but it is fun to look back
over the years you have spent In
college. Let's go back to 1940-4- 1
when most of you were Just beginning your college career.
1940-194-

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Perhaps the most important occasion in the life of the University
this year was the installation of
Dr. Herman L. Donovan as president. Dr. Donovan was the University's sixth president and the fourth
president from the state of Kentucky.
Big name bands like Jimmy Lunce-for- d,
Johnny Mesner, Red Nickols
were only a few of the many favored orchs which made their appearance at the usual Saturday
night dances sponsored by either
Scabbard and Blade, T