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possibility
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Ik I'liitctl St.ttes I'ublie ll(;i!lii S
sji k s
lii'oirlioiit the country li,ie i.uiied siories to tliis illitt. A
sjiokesiiiali lor the lie iltli ser it c s.ii.l in n im: i.il ion lr)V
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This time has been selected so
it will not tontlirt with reuu-ua- r
Pi Kaj'pa Ali)h;i tr;,tM'iu'y call- chiMiooni activities. As the
respon.se tt the prorani is known, ec! it Mi sieippi charter sjundav
in an atttin;:t to uet a iii'st
dates for ncklitional ir.umunzatitm ni.-hhand report on the intt
clinics will be announced.
which to;;. li'd if student
for
is available
Immunization
th
rat :: at Ole Miss.
members may o'o- .students. Stalf
The TNV.e.- - i: I. e rl their call to
tain influenza vaccine at the (;u oio M- i- ;e.npu. at 10:00 p.m.
health .service or Ircm their per- - Eueday, but i' look u:;;:l 1:00 a.m.
A o COiS fusion
sonal phyician if they have not b fore they ma.k enaat t with the
Scaffolds stant in the card catalogue room of the
vated as part of the building project. The
chapter.
done so already.
I. Kin? Library, which is being reno- A riisissij-pvation will be finished in late October.
Pile toM I'niver-sit- v
There vill be a small charge for
'Indents rMI Keaton and
each injection to cover the cost of lion? Hubbard that the riots were
the materials used in the immiini- - spontaneous and ery unorganized.
The .Ai;s.;issi;'j,i. e, went on to say
zution.
that he heiievi d that the best
Immunization this year will n
couv-- e
of ae'icni to take was to
o
si jy inside the dorn.itnry or
quire only one uiartion for tho-a:d not to take part
we;e immur.ized la.st year. In- - ten.ity
in the (U'M'onlrations.
eUviduals win have n.ever been
The Oie Mi-'- T'?ke al o aid that
v. ill rcrra:: '' an ini'.ial
' :(' '1 .:' t:u
"If vc arc (j;()in'4 to Ileal tlic woimds of the world we have imir.anied
he
in.', V,,)Uld
Applications for National Scien- to lical tlieni
n invoh. ;!
by a s,r;i;vi in (',..;;.::" mil
:'a;
at the student level ." said the Hew Alvord Bc.irds-Ya- . in.it'1! i, n
ce Foundation Cooperative T'ellow-ship- s
had clet it .;; civ sii! iu- -.l the othor.
about a month.
must be received in the of- Ice, chaplain oi Ilollins (.'olieue.
fice of the Graduate School by
Rev. ILeard.slee. who jui returntil'-and couu :,,rs. At the parent
November 1.
ed from an extensive tour t f
Seniors and uraduate students and the f ar Fast, spoke to a .rono !;!!.;' there is oniy one counsel,,,
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.stiuieiits in a large
in the following departments are of V.r!cl Univer-dleService
univt t y.
eligible tor the arants, whuh pay gates Saturday e.bout tlia ei:'in;;
"J;i Fanki.k. tbe sch t l l oilet
a stipt nd i;f $2,100: anatomy, an- student prcjblc ms in that are;..
stialtnt-for "a
is about the
thropology, biochemistry, botany,
si p
"Li Hons Knni;, students
chemistry, economics, enyineerini;, on the stairways of the resettle- same as the bud vet for the sport,
in most American
geography, geoloay, mathematics, ment houses between midnight and pioi-rand ik iistrar,
r.iton. dean oi :ni,n;-'i)- !
Dr. ( ili.ii It s
he added.
physiolo-.-yG
miciobiology, ph.-ics- ,
a.m. and they are forced to
Ies:,, ,,t
Mr. Bcardskv smcI thai thn.uz.h-ou- t reported the enrollment ,it I K let the l'e;2
psychoioi,y, sociology, and zoology. leave by the police if they stay
a great n.ed
India there
Jlns liame Mid'.v.s an narea'-For further information stu- after that time," he said. This is
s t taient.s
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laboratories, medi- of f.0;S over th.e same period last
dents sht.ukl contact the head of due to lack of dormitories and for
m f...i-v- i
e.ia'umy
cal centers, dormitories, ami print- year. The total ligure intlutles
their department or A. D. Kirwan, money to build them with.
and ho.-- att ..u;:,u etei:
ing equipment.
dean of the Graduate School.
for Colsioti and I'Vai.,!, ei;r.-"In the United States students
At the pre: ent time Wl'S is
li e tl't'.i:.
complain about the food, but in putting money into medic,! cen'I In- iitere.. e mi the F'f'.J fall t
Hony Kom; the students have very ters, typewriters, mimcoaraph
Keys
ed akn-"a;: can !"e .: rn-'little or no food," stated Mr.
and ciormimrie.- - !u:t a
The Keys, sophomore men's Beartl.slee.
i io:.ii
i;.e!
rl.a !;; o
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great deal more is need.ul. he
-e
p.m.
ent. Day
honorary, will meet at
ma.i.
mi ;
Two of the
The University i cm rent ly mak-i;nest problt ms
in the Student I'nion
t la- r s,mo
nn 'a:.' ' ,.'. ;.'
Thursday
tu'V- p! ms for it all canijni.among students in Japan arc
.:. u.i o
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..:T a .aIUiilding. They will discuss reberculosis and suicide, Mr. Be ard-k- e drive to begin in November, wv'i
organization for the fall and foruiI r i.i
said. He added that these can tlie hone of helpang stiakn;-mation of fall concert plans.
can be at- :i'i.!le.( i,! m.c re..
only be rernedkd by medical ct n- - L road lu lu them elves.
e, jim- St'ali lit I iiien ii.tlt! will lii'.eit.l to I. !:;..
iei a: .1 senior t !a
Dr. I Iton
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said tin- lii ti
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Vin A to ;:!l, i
the a- am at 1 maioin- - in s lim I.
I cxiiu Inn
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trailers I'jltie.
Vi(ki
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The 12 UK sororities issued invi- tllMuii. I.Min r.rekir. iii. P.iilie. iih;
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the SL'H Mn ie
I'trkHis. Itrnkiiisv ill.
He a!.-l p. a ' e
li. Pi : h dr.p
I.eyinr'.ii.. lirt'e .li.i'i C..1H.
p.m. today
tations to 34G women in pledging dep. mleiu e; U'l I.v ,ei t ., t.e Wil1'rnii cliiii Carol
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sihit, Mt. Iioom.
At
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li, hum. in. Mn h
Ai.i,. Cli.Mi.h- - Ciriit.'l. III.; I'.na.l.i
Buildiiiic
ceremonies at the Fine Arts
Sim 101 - l.ouisv illc; and Var lit- sitr-.- , Cov-- i
This ear rn li i omuiittee will !,:;,. t;t ..j j
ers, D.iNlun, Ohm; Sh,.
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stii.m. ouis i!k'; I'hxlli-- Ann
ing Monday night.
set a (liot4 on its memberslii'i.
Vel ill
K.ithiec-M.n ie S. h.a lei i:.i luii. Pa.;
New A h.niy . Ind
Jane Wlwliie'. I'cu
!.;: u e of L. 'tcr ".n
Later the women went to
F:ii.il.el!i tii.ul.
ram ilireitor, said ti,-Sehi.nUi,
for the eter. II.irl.iii; l'.ittiei;i H.iih.n.i I'm, ite Ihiaula Ka. Carol oner. I.e..!, i,: li.mKloit; Judy Keus, pro 4
Kianklm. Temi; and
sorority houses
Lmi the
I'auki
St.
M,n
is beiin; st t bet aiise
tpMita
c;et;i;s. Cl.ite City, V.i.
Veal. Niehoiasville; Jo Ann W.ia'cu
pledging ceremonies
unt mud m. W. Camphellsyille; and I. aula l.nui.-- e Wal-h- I, committees want only the most inllevi'ilv J.me 11. nils,
Loili.-Mrs. Charles V'alnier Jr., assist, V.i.; Juliet D.aleiie Howes. AU.inti, Ci.i
,i!e.
students. In the past
terested
l.e
AII'IIA XI
ant to the dean of women, said M.iry M.ir.irt-- llulfnun, I.iu ieut n i. Martha Jane lllllt-- M pledges .
lihui
K.itheiliu' Holmes Iivin.
Atkn,-oiAnder-onmany student have signed up lor
itine
Jai ksoii. Lex- Ind Shalee Mae Iiowen. I.ineoln. N't h tlie committees and have not parthere were, "very, very few women V.i.; So OIivi.i
V.mee-IjiiiLiaetta Marie
vho did not receive bids." Mrs. ington; Cornelia Ann Johnson, Avond.cle N. V.; Miriam I'aautit.an. F'ore-- t Hills, ticipated.
Ann Km.
Ituth Conover. Lalhoa,
K a.iles, CJ.i.; Deiniie
M.iv liei rv, W
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C. Z;
Palmer said that most of the sororWist
Virginia Jane U.dih.ird.
Hoard members tor this year inLake.
Sue
ities received the number of Spi ainl.eld, N. J.; Oonea ConnieMeer. I ala.M He. led.; M ay ejailand tioi.dlitt. clude Parbara Johnson,
K in
Tenn.; and
president;
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Miller. Il.ni.m.
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pledges they wanted.
MarJack Fwiuu, vice
Judith
over tire fact Mareella M.aie N .ieltolls. llremen; Mar
She was happy
Hill.
I'hillip-Camp
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tlet Greenwood, secretary;
that not one of the 34G women Kaien l'n.;h. '..ni'elnu H.ii ru tt Lea
'11 ie College ut Utw ha- - admitted
Poath. treasurer; Fthih JiLtice.
Ki inkhn;
Sharon Kathleen
IIuIh'V,
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pledges received a third choice. Seott. Ashland; J n et tilo Stokes. I.i
social chairman: Grttchen Mytis, the luue t l.i t year la. tl.
Mary Jo Sle.lton,
I'adiuah;
They all received first or second K.iii'ii
lis In. loiy
.h let) imepectr.e
chairuian.
'av Sti
Claifiultm,
choices.
enn-hedVt
Vieki Stelf.m Sult .n, Lons lleaeh,
I.oi, C.arnelt. SUP toino chair- The new pledges and their soror- Call!.; I'alneia Ann 'l'l io,nion I.ouis-ille- ;
Ir- - H,',n of
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man; Pen Wright, iecreat:..!.al
ti
Sue Weill). I.c nas v
ities are:
an increase
Dai leee Mae W'eslphal.
'hei;e, rei.-.leit,,,'
an
Su.-iclciirmau;
Sctr.
Annie Lalille Wo.ul. l.vnlnii.
AiriiA IIIITA l'l :U pleiltf-'ihe Student Chapter Pro-raand Juhn Pepku, sjivc-- i of il ('iieni at tlie lhl fiisf
VI I'll
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of the American Society of Civil cha'rmeii;
c:ir cliss aiu'i .1 l'l pc 11 ent in-- c
10' I'.n'
il even! - chairman.
J. nils Cl'.wn Alle.i.
Alaska: Sii-- . .a Dmi.ai Alien. IVI: e 'e; Fn.gmeers will met C)ctooer 12 at
lease our the liist u.u flas if
L'.IS J., in- t '.!.
It a I,
L a the
Latf II) CanU
campWayne sta'.e l'ni'ei-:tlull.
Ki :e I.
Kealh.
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us in l;cl:,'i'.
e. n
Dr. Ma!!a v a: .'. i.n d t!a 1:1- -t
et had i'mel m.iti, U. 'In.
Students who hae not
e N.
t' ului dl.
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1!nei' UIv sU; :.N .vi'l aiten-l- . Oi anialitniH I
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their pictures made for ID caiaK (ii.'in; K.ithei
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aVna-cr- Wr;-'iIl'.ey
M.iiy
ac.t d
julm
do so Oct. 5 from ln'JJ p ia. Kn.'
u i.'ati.ins are to ri
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may
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Fllen-F.irlCh.if-feAnn Cuter.
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Lex iiikitim . Di.inne D.i idsnn. Lexington; Judith Anne Dodue, Monroe. Wis ;
Sus.in T. Dot an. Pikeville; M.uth.i
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M.iiilenc Kiiv Bishop. Louisville: Jen-jiIi- -j
Esther
Helen Bleidt. Louisville:
.dinette Ilrown. Stanford: Niiney M.irie
Deerlra I.iU
l'.ruce. W.ish ingtnn. I). C;
C.irlson. Ashtiibul.i, Ohio; Sus.'in Kath-lee- n
Cuter. Pikeville; I.indii Ann Ciites.
Louisville; Edn.i Fli.idcth Cl.irk.
Abce ChoIp Conover.
;md Michele Leslie Fennell.
S.iMinliuru. P;i.
H.irb.iiii
Kjlten
Fo.irtv, Gr.ir.bv.
Hcth Kii.ve Folkers, Minonk.
Cnnii
III , S.mdr.i
Kiiv Gower. Louisville;
Hollv
Cunl F.l.iine l.i i to. Louisville;
Viru'.ni.-- Hectorne. Louisv ilie: C" mil Sue
H, liner. Cli.irleston. W. V.i.; Domiii Sue
II u s. Hebron:
Pev.i F.eln .lenk'ns,
Kevil; M.iry Ann Keys. I.exinntnn: iind
C"nu'i.e Sue Kinney. C ntlii.in.i.
Ki k. I.ouii Illc:
Mrredilli lii.ine
Marcif .l.inr Krciinr, I.rxingtoii: Jane
I'cikiiis l.nlford. Somerset: I'.rtlv .Line
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llilMioro. Ohio; and .Mary ( hristine
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( 'li.ii !i ston. W. V.i: P.iul.i Je.m Shen-("ii,i!- i,
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S.illy Justine Kiiit;. LexiriHton; Susiin Camilla llrure Cofer. Louisville: Pamela Tee Covington. Wrhnter
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Pimielii Alice Orth.
Elaine Pe;irce Ev.'ins, Lexington;
Nutting. Louisville:
Va.;
.lrilret Ann Par- Siirah Talbott Gaitskill. Lexington;
Alex.'indri.i,
Ann
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Gettelfinger. Louisville;
Elissii Gordon Glenn. Iiuisville; DorEliiibethtown.
Ann Pogiin.
Middlesboro;
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Danville; Susan Lynne Jewell. Bethesda. Md.; Kathleen
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Wells Liimpe. Louisville; Siirah Lillian
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Virginia
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Mnrkolf,
Irfiuisville;
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Terry Arnyx. Lonnie.idow,
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alarm n Newman, a sophomore
Beverley Mead of the Medical Cen- education
major from Louisville to
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new, a junior commerce ma- from Louisville, and a member
will .ipeak on depression.
Sigma Nu fraternity.
Young Democrats
Sonya Smith, a senior dramat-lr- s
The Young Democrats Club will
malnr frnm .vitiftrin ' atirl i
meet at 7 p.m. tomorrow, in Room member of Chi
Omepa sorority to
128 of the Student Union Building.
Jim Ross, a senior engineering ma- The guest jpeaker will be Mr. Dee Jor from
Covington, and a member
Huldeston, state youth chairman of Pi
Kappa Alpha fraternity.
fcr Wilson Wyatt.
Ilonnic Dell, a sophomore adverSigma Gamma Epsilon
tising major from Frankfort, and
Sigma Gamma Epsilon. hononary a member of Alpha Delta Pi sororlo c'ary n"rkp. a sophomore
metellurgical mining fraternity, in- vites all students interested in the from Lockport, n.Y. and a mem
ruining and metallurgical field, to ber of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity.
attend a picnic at 2 p.m., Sunday
ENGAGEMENTS
at Adena Park. Free transportation will be available at 1:45 p.m.
Kathy Cannon, a senior politi
in front cf Miller Hall. Those in- cal science major from Hopkins-vill- e,
terested are asked to sign up in
and a member of Delta Zeta
Rccm 204 of Anderson Hall, or in
sorority to Ed Hloom, a senior electhe lobby of Miller Hall.
trical engineering major from CoELECTION'S
lumbus, O., and a member of Tau
Marketing Association
Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
New officers for the year were
Carroll Baldwin, a junior Eng- elected at the first meeting of the
American Marketing Association.
They are Dave Graham, president;
Sal Beitolami. vice president; J.
C. Mcraja, treasurer; and Wanda
Comes, secretaiy. The next meet-- j
nig v.Ul be held Oct. 11.
Sigma Nu
Si sin a Nu lrattrnity recently
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Margaret Ann Brown, a senior
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Louanne Mahlingcr, a junior art
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Katie Ferrell, a junior psycholomajor from Falls Church, Va.,
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Susie Hoover, a senior history
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Jack H. Cuiiihik,
Iuchaho Wm.som, Manapna Editor
John rrtiFKm, Campui Editor
Dick Wailace, Advertising Munapcr
Bin I' iT7r.Mnic k, .Sor Editor
WEDNESDAY NEWS ST A IT
Caiii. Modicki, Assoc me
Kiv Tunc.o, .Vcit $ Editor
Jim Mnms, Spotts

Gentleman Of Courage
to

James II. Meredith was admitted
to the University of Mississippi alter
two persons were killed and over 100
injured, alter a former
led 1,000 rioters against federal marshals, and after the American images
of freedom and equality took a nose
dive abroad. Vet, he was admitted
the first Negro knowingly admitted
to the 111 year-oluniversity.
What kind of person caused this?
While others differ, we think James
Meredith is a student of sacrifice and
a gentleman of courage.
He is a student of sacrifice paying
for an education he will never receive. It is true that he has been admitted. But will he pass the first
semester? W