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The Kentucky

ON PAGE TWO
Call To Exercise

Issued For Women

OF KENTUCKY

UNIVERSITY

VOLUME XXXIII

Annual Women's Event
Sel In Union Thursth IV
To Honor Top Sludenls

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APTITUDE TESTS
FOR

Is Toastmistress
Contrast is to be the keynote of
this year's annual banquet for all
University women to be held at 6:30
p.m. Thursday in ' the Bluegrass
room of the Union building.
The "Woman of the Year" theme
will be carried out throughout the
evening, with contrast being introduced between 1900's typical woman
and, 1943's version in the skits. Decorations will also emphasize this

contrast.
Under the auspices of the Wocouncil, the
men's Administrative
banquet will be open to all women
students and their mothers, as well
a faculty women and wives of faculty members. Barbara Rehm. president of the council, will preside as
toastmistress for the affair.
Tickets Are One Dollar
Tickets for the banquet are one
dollar each aid are now being dis- triouted to sorority and cooperative
houses and dormitories. In addition
they may be purchased at the office
of the dean of women or at the
Union information desk.
The traditional purpose of this
banquet, to recognize and honor
outstanding campus women, will
again be emphasized in the program. Phi Beta Kappa, national
fraternity, mill anscholarship
nounce new members. Alpha Lambda Delta, freshman scholarship
honorary; Phi Upsilon Omicron,
home economics honorary; Cwens.
leadership
sophomore
fraternity;
and Mortar Board, senior women's
leadership fraternity, will also give
recognition to their new members.
Freshman Women To Be Honored
Freshman women will be honored
by several groups. Alpha Gamma
social sorority will present
cup to its choice of the most outDi-It-

standing freshman student: Theta
Sigma Phi. journalism gftup, will
present a plaque to the freshman
journalist with Ihe highest standing; and Mortar Board will present
two freshman awards, one to the
freshman woman with the highest
standing, and a second to the Pat
terson hall resident keeping the
neatest room.
Other awards will include Alpha
Lambda Delta's trophy to the senior woman with the highest University standing. Women's Athletic association's award to their most
member; Phi
Beta, music honorary, award to
most outstanding senior member;
Mortar Board's recognition of all
sophomore women with a standing
of 2.6 or above, and recognition of
all University women having made
3 standings during the year.
Special Guest
Special guests for the evening mill
include Dr. and Mrs. Herman L.
Donovan. Dr. and Mrs. Leo M.
Chamberlain. Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes
and Miss Jane Haselden.
Committee chairmen in charge of
arrangements for the banquet include Margaret Hartman, decorations; Sarah Anne Hall, invitations;
Julia Johnson, tickets; Wanda Austin, program: Betty Jane Pugh,
publicity and skits; June Wyatt,
printed programs; Patricia Snider,
awards; Dorothy Angle, menu; and
Martha Adams, hostess.

ARMY-NAV- Y

scholastic aptitude test mill be
given at 9 a.m. today in room 102
of the Hvgiene building to applicants for enlistment in the Army
Specialized Training program and
the Navy College Training program. Dr. M. M. White, personnel
director, announced recently.
The purpose of the Army Specialized Training program is to
train at collegiate level men in
technical and professional skills required by the army. Engineers of
all types, doctors, psychologists, linguists, physicists, mathematicians,
and students of foreign areas, are
needed in large numbers.
The purpose of the Navy College
Training program is to produce
Naval officers. College students who
appear to have potentialities for
ultimate selection as officers will
BARBARA REHM
be chosen for college training.
Candidates selected on the basis
. . . is in charge
of nil arrangetest
ments for the annual Women's of the duty scores will be placed on
active
at colleges in the Army
Itimquct u'hith trill he held and Navy list, in uniform, under
military discipline, and with the
April 8.
rank and pay of the enlisted men.
Members of the Enlisted Reserves
and others interested should see Dr.
White, personnel office, for further
information.
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INVADE UNION

Take Meals Here

who are studying
at Transylvania, and who have
over the men s dormitories
are eatine at the Union only
temporarily. according to Miss Jen- nie Mae Trigg, manager of the
Union Commons. Meanwhile Tran- sylvania's cafeteria is being mod-- i
ernized and equipped mith more
utensils in order to accommodate
the. new cadets who have recently
been stationed there.
No shortages in food or space,
,
have occurred in the Union
because of these extra persons since
all rationing cards used to f e e d
Trigg

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To Aid

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In State Program
Dr. Frank L. McVey. president
emeritus of the University, and
Mrs. McVey left Monday for Miami,
Fla. They expect to leave Miami
Friday by plane for South America
where Dr. McVey is to advise the
Venezuelan government in building
"university city." The city will
located near Caracas, the coun-- j

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capital.
Dr. McVey will assist in planning

the buildings which will be a self- unit, including living
contained
quarters for the faculty members
and their families.

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DR. W. R. ALLEN

Opening the second annual series
of lectures by outstanding professors in the arts and sciences college. Dr. William R. Allen, professor of zoolegy. will discuss The
Pattern of Nature at S p. m. Tues- day in Memorial hall,
Three of the learned societies at
the University. Phi Beta Kappa.
Sigma Xi. and the Research club.
cooperate with the college in an- -;
nually sponsoring four lectures by
professors chosen by their colleasuet
as outstanding in their respective

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fields.

Fwr Prafrwors T Speak
The lecturers this year are Dr
Allen, representing the biolovical
sciences: Dr. John Kuiper. head of
the department of philosophy, rep-- i
philosophy.
resenting
literature.
and the arts; Dr. Amry Vanden-boscprofessor of political science,
representing the social studies, and
w..
.o
organic chemistry, representing ine
physical sciences.
Dr. Allen will attempt to show
how life has adjusted itself not only
to the major conditions that prevail
on earth but to the more minute
conditions as well.
"Changes in conditions during
the earth's history. said Dr. Allen.
"have always been followed by adjustment of living organisms to the
changes in nature."
Prf. 1n.sk Presides Titesday
Prof. William Insko. Jr.. associate
professor in charge of the poultry
section, will preside,
Dr. Kuiper will discuss Symbolic
Logic: Its Nature and Application
on Tuesday. April 13. Dr. D. V
Hegeman. president of Phi Be' a
Kappa, will preside.
On Tuesday. April 22. Dr. Barken- -

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Brewer Calls
UK's Laboratories
Advanced ROTC Men For Steel
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Four Professors
For Discussions

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Transylvania

TO VENEZUELA

BEGIN TUESDAY
Colleagues Choose

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MCVEY ENROUTE

TO HEAD YMCA

Approximately 200 Army Air Cadets have been marching from the
Transylvania campus to the University Union Building three times
daily for their meals for the past

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'ANNUAL TALKS

CIIRISMAN NAMED

Transy Trainees

,hm

Brewer, head of the
Department of Military Science and
Tactics, has been appointed com-- I
manding officer of the 1525th Serv-- ,
ice unit stationed at the Phoenix
hotel, the War department an- -t
nounced Tuesday.
The new assignment mill be in
addition to Colonel Bremer's duties
as a professor and ccminanding of-- 1
fleer of the Army Specialized
Training program, a unit of which
is expected to be established here
In the near future.
In addition. Colonel Brewer will
be in command
"of all military
personnel assigned or attached to
any civilian educational institution
t which one or more of the fol-- a
lowing military educational activi-b- e
's
ties are conducted: Reserve
cers- - Training corps: Army Special- ized Training program: Armv Air
Forces college Training program.
and any otner training program or
course of
ruction Involving mill- Ury personnel."
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W'len ne Pr0ra'" inv
the
forthcoming Army Specialized,
B. E.

The embassy said that Dr. McVey
will aid the government
in the
planning of the educational pr0.
8 e,",H
gram as well as the buildings and''
Brem-e- r
will have approximately
equipment
3 000 men under ,lls command.
The formpr oresident -- aid that
A graduate of the University,
he expected to return to Lexington
Colonel Brewer served as professor
within two months.
Dr. McVey was president of the of military science and tactics here
University from 1918 to 1941. He from 1932 u,1tu 1938- wnen
has been serving as chairman of ordered to Fort Benjamin Harrison.
the Kentucky United Service or- - Ind- In 1939 he was sent to Fort
Norman Chrisman, Pikeville, was ganizations and as chairman of the Hayes. Ohio as chief of staff or the
recently elected president of the Committee on War Information for ohio Military area, and returned to
YMCA for the following year. He the University.
tne University In April 1942.
replaces Bob Davis of Upper Mont- clalr. New Jersey.
Other officers include Bruce
Col.
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Kennelly, Covington, vice
dent; James Hurt. Hardburly. treas-ther"re1": nl Russell Conrad. Burling- Col. B. E. Brewer, commandton. secretary.
The officers will
ant of the University ROTC,
The War Production board has
tflke oBice May 1 and will hold the
has announced that all First
contracted for use of University
Positions through the next year,
year Advanced ROTC students
laboratories in conducting experiThe Advisory board will consist
must report to headquarters as
mental research on behavior of
vannorn, nennein
oi uuaue
soon as possible. The purpose
steels at low pressure, it was
Bruckhart, Logan Savage, Chris-maof this, according to CoL Brewannounced Tuesday, after a meetKennelly, Hurt, and Conrad.
er, is for the headquarters to
ing of the University's board of
who will represent the student
necessary
trustees in the office of President
information
obtain
body; Paul Nickell, Graves-Co- x
Co..
regarding the students before
Herman L. Donovan.
and Guy Weeks, new Secretary of
they enter the military service.
The study, which is being carried
mill
the Community YMCA,
These papers must be filled
on by the College
Engineering
business men of Le
Resent eProf. Edward Newbury- out and signed by the student, under the supervisionof and direction
i"gton:
stating when he would have
of Francis T. McGuire. associate
of the psychology department and
graduated and when he would
professor of physical metallurgy,
Dr. Leo Chamberlain, dean of the
have been commissioned.
has been granted an appropriation
University, who mill represent the
..
of $47;500 by the board.

AIR CADETS

These

Will Retain Other
Duties In Addition
To New Position
Col.

cafe- -

The trainees march to the Union
for bieakfast at 8:45 ajn.. lunch at
11 a.m., and dinner at 5:30 p.m

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Dr. W. R. Allen To Be Lecturer
In First Of Series Presented
By Outstanding Professors

!AT PHOENIX

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For First Game
MMI'.KR

NAMED HEAD

Total enrollment in the University reached 1.677 as the
registration period closed Wednesday, according to an announcement from the registrar's
office.
Of those enrolled approximately 640 are men and 1.040
are women, the office reported,
although these tabulations are
not official.

MiMindsmen Set

I1M3

ICOL. BREWER

Final Enrollment
Closes At 1,677

ARE SET TODAY
Men Who Want
Special Training
To Take Exams

Barbara Rehm,
Council President,

FRIDAY. APRIL

LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY.

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Kl'IPER

iVograiii;;sS"

Hunt Outlines bGA
Constitution Being Drafted
,

Mrs. Smith To Give
Book Review Monday
For Chi Delta Phi

an Understanding of Nature. Dr
E. N. Fergus, president of Sim;:
Xi. will preside at this lecture.
Dr. Vandenbosch will deliver an
address on The Future of the
Small State at a date which will

Legislative Posts
will Be Filled
At Tuesdav Election

Dupre. who- - Is chairman
f the
committee in charge of arranging
Urging the complete cooperation tne Stouts, will preside.
$2320
Mrs. Charles Edwin Smith, form- of all members of the legislature
Talks Held la Memorial Hall
assoer member of the English depart- of the Student Government
All lectures will be held at 8 p
ciation, Roy Hunt, chairman pro
stack and leave the building and
ment, will review "The Eve of St.
tern of the SGA. briefly outlined his m. in Memorial halL
Mark" at a special open meeting of
This series is a part of the proplans
organisation at
national literary regular for the night meeting. its gram on student opportunities and
The amount contributed by stu- Chi Delta Phi.p.m.
Tuesday
mith no unusual confusion or delay.
By Florida Garrison
4
Monday in the
the encouragement of scholarship
dents and faculty members to the fraternity, at
last year. The pu.pose
The "hutt, two, three, four!!" of of the Air corps members, brought recent Red Cross drive as a part of Music room of the Union building. he
finish drafting th
Mrs. Smith, a widely known re- - constitution and to get it approved of the lectures is to present to th
marching soldiers has been a fa- -' to the University directly from the Fayette county's campaign to raise
University and the community four
miliar sound on the UK campus for railroad station, eagerly asked Miss $69,000 was $2,320.50. according to viewer and speaker, reviews books by tne stutient body."
ana plays using, as ner medium oi
many months. But m'hen this ca- - Trigg and her assistants where they Bart Peak, campus chairman.
i order that this work miuht be ' outstanding scholars in lectures
"Presenting their procutive and
what Transylvania was like,
dence count is accompanied by the
In stating that $62.74 of the Uni- expression, dramatic interpretation. done. ne followed the suggestion of creative scholarship formulated in
She recently opened the Invitation
lusty singing of any tune from "The and if it were also
ap- Jim Collier in
versity's contribution was made by
Miss Trigg explained that in or students, Peak said that although to Reading series of informal talks imintinir Mnrm
a such a fashion as to have a wid
Army Air Corps Song" to "For Me
Wathorvi.l
case der to secure necessary extra food no quota had been set, the results Ion books, personalities and special member of the special constitution - 8eneral "PP61-and My Gal," as has been the
The committee in charge of the
of al committee.
EloUe Bennett, au- for the past few days, campus rations, the cafeteria has been of the drive had exceeded his ex- interests with a discussion
year'.
Saroyan.
riculture representative, was named lectures consists of last
strollers might and did pause in temporarily granted the points al- pectations.
AMERICAN CHEMICAL
speakers. Dr. Dupre. Dr. William F
lotted the Transylvania dieticians.
All women students are invited to to serve on the committee also,
wonderment.
SOCIETY . . .
Dean W. S. Taylor of the educaGalloway. Dr. M. M. White, and
None of the points allotted to the tion college served as assistant attena this meeting, according to
. . . mill meet at 4 p.m. in room 200,
Jane Birk. women's vice presi- uiose res(JoiiMuie lur uieac suuiiua
Student Union cafeteria are used to chairman of the drive, and A. H. Alice Watkiivs. Chi Delta Phi presi- - dent, who was declared expelled at Dr. W. S. Webb.
Kastle hall, Tuesday, April 6. where are two hundred expertly drilled
the F. E. Tuttle chapter Student and definitely musically inclined buy the soldiers' food, she added, Thiele assisted Peak. Patricia Sni- dent, mho Is in charge of arrange- - a recent meeting of the legislature.
menus.
Affiliates, mill discuss plans for the members of the Army Air Corps and separate menus are planned der was the student chairman.
vas excused for her absences from
meetings. Hunt explained. Therequarter. All chemistry majors and mho have come from Miami, Fla., for them.
The boys file into the cafeteria,
fore her expulsion whs nut valid.
industrial chemists are urged to be to take
training at Tranown
Miss Birk. however, was graduated
present.
sylvania college. The college across eat, and clear away
at the end of the winter quarter
town has not yet completed ar- ditties. Miss Trigg remarked, and in
YW JLNIOR-SENIO45 minutes all 200 are finand is no longer in school.
rangements for feeding the boys, less than
2.6
ASSEMBLY
The annual Patterson Oratorical
Plans mere developed for tilling
arrived a little ahead of sched- ished and ready to march back to
'
of
m
contest,
mas scheduled for . . . ill meet in the Music room
the existing vacancies in the legisule. So for the time being they their training center, serenading as
"War in the News" will be disthe Union. Tuesday "night, March j are to come to the Student Union they go.
Friday, March 26,
lature. An election of new memnot held.
cussed by A. B. Guthrie, city editor
All freshman women mith a
Since no one had indicated a desire 30, and will be entertained by a building for their three daily meals.
bers will be conducted at the next
of the Lexington Leader, at 3 p.m.
standing a 2.6 or better should
musical program. The YW Sopho
Bf LtfcvT Thorn.
to compete before Thursday aftermeeting at 7 p.m., Tuesday, in room
"I have never seen such appreTuesday, in the Browsing room of
more commission and YM Senior
leave their names mith Mrs.
noon, the meeting was cancelled,
t(oelMn: What difference do roi
of the Union building.
Miss Alberta Limbach, manager the University library.
ciation as the boys show." said Miss
Surah B. Holmes, dean of mocabinet are invited to attend.
It has been announced.
Members absent from the UmI ee in the 'prlng quarter rnniparvri
Jennie Mae Trigg, director of the of the women's residence halls, mill
The discussion, the sixth in the
men. as soon as possible, it has
This contest was provided for in w.a.. BASKETBALL . . .
meeting were Kenneth Vanlanding-ham- . to the inter quarter?
Union cafeteria. To her the boys speak today on Food Rationing to Invitation to Reading series of inbeen announced. It is necessary
the will of James K. Patterson, first
Kuth MrQuown, Margaret
Pauline Nill. agriculture freshextended for also expressed great surprise at see- the Dutch Lunch club. The meeting formal talks on books, personalities
has
that this information be turned
Jai-president of the University. It is tWQ
fcrxfciiir.
Atchison. Martha man: I don't miss anything. h- - ;
account of ing such quantities of butter and mill be held in the Football room of and special interests, is open to all
Ulree weeks on
in before Tuesday. April 6.
Koppius. and John Neely. Accord- still here.
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uie cumpruuon snail , h linl.,,luiiv iar
ntPrpS,
milk and at being provided mith the Union building. Amy "Ruther students, faculty
members, and
be held on March 26, which mas his Anyone
ing to the present constitution, any
to play will meet real napkins and real china. Many ford is in charge of the program. I townspeople
Barney MrKeehan. A&S sophobirthday.
member who mivse three meetings more: The campus looks
at 4 o'clock any afternoon in the
much b
during a ouartrr is iiutomatk'all?
snow.
women's gym.
without all of that d
pelted.
Betty Tevia. AJtS freshman. It'
SOCIETY . . .
I'KYOR
-oo
quieter in every m'ay. almost
AH
mill meet at 7:30 p.m., Thurs.
quiet for me.
day, April 8, in room 313 of the Bio"All Cleal," a musical revue for
Bill Embry, commerce freshman
Women interested in becoming
the benefit of Army emergency re- logical Science building. Dr. W. D.
radio engineers should report to The absence of the boys Is the bigThe number of students enrolled
lief, will be presented at 8:30 p. m. Funkhouser, Entomologist, and dean
W
hrllt.
Saturday, in the Henry Clay audi- of the graduate school, mill be the in the Enlisted Reserve Corps m ho Roger JohnCllsh, Pfrfter, D.Hugh E Witt. Lake. Charles O Boggs. Clyde C. Cropper. Louis Browning. Leonard Abraham. Hoy Mrs. Lolo Robinson In the Univer- gest difference more opportunities
E.
Marion
Snetl. Lee R. Robert B. Pride. Robert R. Boone. Oscar A Wallace, and Walter W. Atoll.
sity radio studios. McVey hall, imguest speaker. His subject is Food lit.ve thus far received their orders
Jewell MiBee. agriculture freshtorium.
Hughes, Willis K Young. John W. HudC. Wright, Eugene K. Whaleu, Cecil James
mediately
to report to active duty has now son, and Willard J. Purser.
Leon Glenn Llltrell. Salvalor J Auntto.
man: I miss some of the fellows
Baker, Archie B. Rainey. Charles W
cast of 100 soldiers Rationing. The public is invite!.
The
Deiarona Miller. Win. Robert Insko. H.ir- Roger
Howard.
Mulloy.
Cockrel.
Orvel
Increased to 207 it has been anthat Used to be here. Another bt
from Bowman field includes more
old E Pace. Llovd D Lowrv. Paxton A
Cordon R. Parsons. Edward
Farrls. Richard Fisher.
.
I'MUN NOTES
nounced by the ROTC headquarters Joseph McMurtry. Houston K. A. Thomas. James Hodkms. Billy Cook. Jack Morris. Parnsh. Ben I BlggerstaB. Thomas Pat- - -- ,T
difference is that I'm taking chemthan 40 who impersonate momen. Today
Robert iioodpaster. WiAIlIwt
Walter Leet. Rus.sell C. Jones. Uarlaild M. lliam M Oriflm. John Hord Neett. Juhn nrk Dwver. Fredenck C Nichols. Da. Id
of the University. Part of these
istry, and you all know what tha
Reserved section tickets are now
('has Uiniha.
11 is..,.....
Rob
I. Uray, Charles Nuckols. and Henry T dexWuNrt
Hutcheson, James
Dutch Lunch club, FoothHll room, men are to report to Fort Thomas Bastln, John 8. P.
AH wou.fii .students inltTf.sted tn means.
Roy Yi.ii Aiscittir.
Urayson.
on sale at Walgreen's Drug store noon.
Wharton. Nelson
erlsou. William
Butler Huti
Claude Wheeler Trapp. Waller 8.
and others are to report to Louis- r,"hed by sur0r"?s
Thomas M
and company.
and Graves-Co- x
Alice Ireema.-- , -- gricuitur- fres...
Squires. Frank W. oil. Ben H. Puinphrey. Doyle Baruell Vance. Robert A Plulpot.
Saturday
ville for induction.
lnman. William Barlow,
Tickets are priced at $1.65. SI .10, and
Julius P. Evans. Juhn R. Klbler. Charles Charles W Dawson. Jack T. Olainiiiil. O Biillerniaii. Chas Elmer Davis. Edward to sign up in the office of the dean jnutu: Since spring has roine. I J'ist
Soldiers' dance in the Bluegrass
Marviu B.
Nolle. Bernard W BerkowiK.
of women bv noon Saturday.
William
83 cents.
Emrlch. Iiau
can't think anymore
Orders are being received by the Meyers, Roscoe H. Jones. William W. Claude t. Charles Haves. Stewart.Shire. Joe Fears, and Kiidsun M. Nichols
room, 9 to 12 p.m.
M. Hart.
Allred
Kruse, John L. Taylor. Thomas M. Poole. Frank Foley. Roy KlrchoH. Deuer W
individual students daily and it is Asa 1. Overall, Louis R. Hitler, and Oeorge
(lenn Jellersi, engineering senior
Sunday
Thomas Humid Maxedou. William
Haney. Joseph T Hancock. Carl Haul in. he
I see little difference in the
g
Jones. Robert
Open house for soldiers. Card likely that the majority of the stu-- I R. Turner.
Raymond Brockman. Ernest Zimmerman. Wallace. William Fulton Stewarl. Tracv I
W
Hall. Helirv Allen
Vernon Banks. William S. Coakiey. Blaine Mldulelon.
college we're still percolat-j'g- dents mill have received their or
room, 3 to 5 p.m.
Louis P. Crosby.
lrvin H. Klern. Wendell D. McCullunl. 8.
Charles E
Wllber
Correll. Jack Richard Canier.
Ralph R. Bach. Jiuiies
l,ale. James Edwin Scott. Alexander J
ders by the latter part of this Warren C.
Monday
E
All ineinbri
of The Kernel
E. Crlsvell. Halph H. rariner.
Edward B. Rardln, Russell White, and Eugene
Walker
III. Philip Douglas Thompson.
Lamp and Cross, room 236, 6 p.m. month, Col. B. E. Brewer said.
jewei noer. agriculture seiuor
Webb. James M. Btrauss. Lewis Bawin. Cirillllh.
Women students mho mill volunJames Harold Dobvns. James L Suvder.
business staff will meet at 3 p.m.
S Hamlll.
KenNewell P. Hadden. Harry B. Miller.
8heldoil 8. Hvmsoii. Willi.!'"
Ortnan Wright.
Chi Delta Phi. open meeting in
The absence of the boys makes It
today in McVey hall. Jay Wilteer to do reading for tmo blind
liM.ve been Cttlltd Mi
erou. Malluy. Ciariand Marvin Churnev. CharlesThe students
neth E Lanier. William H Fulton. Hubert Lawrence E. Polls. Kenneth E. Ca
Bryanl. Walter Shropsort of lonesome on the campus
son, business
fur Include Robert L. Tanner. Ueurge E. E. Saunders. Bryan W. Blount. Halpih Ray M Coons. Jacob Cohen. Don Young. sture. and James F. Scotl.
anmanager,
ftudents have been asked by the the Music room, 4 o'clock.
Dudley, Julin T. Bcott, Jumes M. Buell, O. Hackett. 8atn I. Weakley. William S. Carroll Ruble. John Elam. Walter Martin.
but the soldiers seem to be pretty-gooSocial Serviee committee of the Tuesday
nounced.
Edwin A
Fish. Stanley Kern.
Lewis
Harold J. Evans. Adrian M. Razor. Sidney Dalton. Juhn W. Fielder. John U. lrvin. Robert Edward Lee William J Applegate,
SGA mill meet, room 204, 7 p.m.
Bondurant.
William R. Oabbert. M A. Heiiln. Maurice Gardner
Y"WCA to report to the Y office in
substitutes for them. Every
This meeting is rompolsory.
Ledlord Gregory.
Charles Barnard, James M. Collier. John Douglas W. Fans. William f. Kelly. RobDewey W. Young. John J. ert IJ Warth. Harry M. Caudill. William Leach, Mark Grinuli. Howard Lary. Henry George While. Robert D Nen! John Ma- C. Bondurant,
Wednesday
thing is morjpif ,it prwtv wtl. I
he emphasized
the Union building as soon as
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an Ameritan soldier is living on loieign
soil. He is paving the supreme sacrifice so that
Muilenis like vou and I mav have the opKr-iiiniiand the privilege of remaining in mIkkiI
and finishing our education. We have expressed our desire to finish our edutaiion hv leliiru-iuto mJjooI. hul we don't seem to lie doing
out part in America's ictorv program.
formed, thair-nieManv commiuecs have
have
workers have volunapjxiinied.
teered, hul there is a distinct latk of interest
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among ihe groups. A few iiiciiiIkts of ihe
will give valuable time to their work
while the others forgel their jolts: the thair-iiki- i
organize their work and urge iheir inein-Ijer- s
io auend meeiings and tarrv out iheir
is; volunteers show up for the first few meeiings. colled a lillle inonev, and ihen loiget
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and Stamps t oiiuuiiiee is to
lie n:i mended for lis woik liecanse laiesi figures show ihal it has exceetletl the quota set for
the I'niversiiv. Vel. prohahly ihe figures show
that some individual records exceed others.
I hat hapK ns on most trimmiiiees. yes. Inn il
is showing more in war efforl toimniitccs ihau
anv vhere else.
X'olunieer work in home nursing ionises is
snowing sieadilv. hut when ihe idea was first
instituted i here were fevv volunieeis. Ii has
Liken enthusiasm and cut ouragcniciii among
of ihe first group lo make ihat
the
an overiiiiiiiImt rise. There should have
flow of volunieeis from the verv first and it
should have heen thai way right along.
Few have joined Red Cross woikeis in the
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complex world, there is no longer
any place for amsteurs in politics.
Virtue alone is no longer sufficient
to make a Good Dolitical admimstra
tor. Horse sense
enough. The
men called on to plan and admin- istrate the world order must he
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leasi lime of all. Several hit lies of knitting mav
none in leinue Mine on a sue. m i 01 soi ks
lor the men
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Ihese are meniioning
examp es 0f
war work. Hut where we are tailing down else- wheie is in content ration in school work. We
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irv lo wriie ihree term pajicrs and lake four tral body of representative men
from all nations of the world to ex- in llu- last few days of llw
v:ims
press the opinions of their constitu- All ,, , is. hanged, now. r..' al ileast
should
ents and to glve offteta, MMtton w
he.
tne actions of the international or- II we will onlv realize that we cannot idle ganization.
But these men must
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trained people who are familiar
necessary ret real ion and buckle down to our with ,ne workings of the world and
we will be pointing greater from our ed- who can give expert, unprejudiced
advice. If "it weren't for the fact
Thai's what we're here for
the term has been so unjustly
well as heing tin r an lo the men who are that
As
misiused by cartoonists and Repub- fighting for our freedom, our rights, and our iican editorial writers. I might call
il is unfair to our parents who are it an international Brain Trust.
I believe that there are great
satrifiiing thai we might be in sctuiol.
numbers of trained and capable
One of the greaiest evils of our "business as men who would be able to form a
usual" education is excessive cutting of classes. staff of advisers, and I believe that
We realize now, ihat the quarter svsieni brings the majority of these are of the
personality
and mentality which
w iih il more work and more class meetings than
would encourage them to override
in the'
national feelings and give their
we are reallv inissinr important work when we loyalty to the international organ- 1
ueueve lllal
the lo-.- ol a dav s 1.UUUU ofllll. would be among llll.
tin a .lass. ,s well as
group
men
the
is lite lormaiion of a bad habit, one vanguard to become motivated by
lettiue, it
hard 1.1 break alter we are out of scIkkiI.
what I call the "international spir- We can't keep on being- selfish
and oe it" and thus could be the nucleus
for
that spirit to the rest
Colleges. There's a war to be won. We have of the world.
been knotked in the face wild il by having
Guarantee Of Safety
my final ma