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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON

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SAR Wants Student Affairs Reorganized;
Kernel, Dorms, Other Areas Affected By Bill

eral program and philosophy during his administration.
With the aid of a
Committee on Selection, he
would choose the chairman of
each division. The assembly
would have to approve, by a
vote of the memship."
also states that bers present and voting, the pres'The proposal
its "first commitment is provid- ident's selections for the Coming nonacademic individual so- mittee on Selection.
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The Assembly of the Student
cial growth experience. The
Association would have all the
second commitment is to making these experiences as fulfilling duties and responsibilities of the
and meaningful as possible."
present SG Assembly. It also
would have to approve the overall budget of the association, apLeadership Training
contains funcprove the president's appoint"This plan
tional structures which will meet, ments to the Committee on Sestudent needs of the near future. lection and supervise various independent organizations which
The plan will provide real, funcit might create.
tional and valuable nonacademic
In addition, the assembly
for all stuleadership training
would "become the only official
dents within the highly con
of the
petitive academic institution," policy and opinion sourceof Kenstudents at the University
SAR proposal reads.
the
Kernel Photo By Kay Brookshin
tucky" and "the only source of
Under the plan, the president
would Student Association organiza-- . Thorn Pat Juul announces the SAR bill which would place many
of the Student Association
tional funds."
have the same powers as the presareas of student affairs under a new Student Association. Merrily
ent SG president. In addition,
Orsini listens.
Independent Organizations
he would be responsible for formUnder the president and the
budget of the asing the over-al- l
assembly there would be a group
sociation and for forming a gen- - of service functions performed
by "independent organizations."
Each function would be operated
by a committee specially established for that purpose. The independent organizations would
be the only source of Student
By MARY NELL SUTHERLAND
Association student services.
The Kentucky Council on Public Higher Education recommended
The plan listed as some exlast week that the 1970 General Assembly turn the control of
By TERRY DUNHAM
amples of such services an
Northern Community College (NCQ over to the newly formed
Assistant Managing Editor
housing survey,
Northern Kentucky State College.
of
It also was pointed out that
The IFC Executive Council next week will hold a review
sports coordination, comIf the recommendation is ac- if the associate degree in nursinformathree iratermties, according iu irv.
munication, the student
alleged rush violations by
cepted, the community college
not continued, the
PrMident Barrv Ocilby.
view the charges during a tion team and the student direc- would be detached from the UK ing were
nearest nursing school would be
Earlier charges were referred regularly scheduled meeting of tory.
statewide system of community in Lexington, 80 miles away.
The Student Association Pubto the IFC Judicial Board, which all fraternity presidents on Tuescolleges. The recommendation
A spokesman for Northern's
ruled that the three fratemities-Sig- ma day, Jan. 28, and then to take lications Board would have the did not
say whether Northern
same duties and responsibilities
chapter of the American AssociaChi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon the action indicated by sentiment
College would con- tion of
Professor
as the present Board of Student Community
and Pi Kappa Alph- a- could not at that meeting.
tinue operating as a community seemed to University everyone's
sum up
men until next fall semesIFC faculty adviser Bob Elder Publications. It also would form college after Northern Kentucky
pledge
ideas of how the
last night sent Ogilby a letter a publications budget to be inter.
own campus. reaction. "Many started and ho
should be
student State develops itsadministration
was declared un- urging immediate referral of the cluded in the over-acollege
w(
The ruling
The NCC
can be
the community
affairs budget.
constitutional, however, and the charges.
could not be reached to give an utilized have beencollege
proposed.
The board would be selected
Executive Council Wednesday
"Although the earlier j udicial
of the proposal, but some
voted not to refer (press) the! Board ruling was nullified on as at present, with the exceptions opinion instructors at the com"We hope these many alterof the
procedural grounds," Elder said that the Student Association vice
charges "at this time."
did give their natives will be carefully conmembers of yesterday, "a decision still has president would be a member and munity college
Half the voting
sidered to insure the best edureactions.
that the chairman would be apthe IFC Executive Council are to be entered in this case."
Lois Sutherland, journalism cational programs for students
Several fraternity men said pointed by the Committee on Semembers of the fraternities acteacher and director of public in the Northern Kentucky area."
lection.
of rush violations.
cused
they thought the effect of Elders
information at Northern, said
d
The plan adds, "The
The Council did decide, letter would be to speed up the
"UK Northern was the first exon Page 8, Col. 1
Continued on Page 5, Col. 3
Ogilby revealed yesterday, to retension, the first center, and the
first community college.
"The University has been
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good to the people of Northern
the reDETROIT (AP)-- At
Kentucky and to the faculty and
of black students, the enstudents here, but just as children quest
v.
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have to leave home and go it tire sixth floor of a University
alone when they reach maturity, of Detroit men's dormitory has
been turned over to them.
so must we."
The agreement was made aftAnother instructor said "the
er 200 students living in Denew college probably will not be
troit's Shiple Hall agreed to turn
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able to offer all the
that are being the floor over to the 45 black
programs
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students living there at present.
offered by the University.
Officials at the Roman CathoOn the other hand, many
Northern Kentucky students who lic university said whitestudents
otherwise would terminate their could live on the floor, capable
education at two years will be of housing GO students, if they
able to get a baccalaureate de- wished.
Dean of Students Frederick
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gree.
will certainly be a shot Shad rick said he approved the
"It
if
terriin the arm for local public and agreement because "it is stuschool systems who bly important for the black
parochial
must hire so many elementary dent to know that he has an
teachers who are not certified." opportunity to change his own
Another instructor warned destiny.
"There is also a tremendous
that although a
student and member of the Governor s Student
Ellis Bullock, UK law
need for the black student to
institute is needed,
Advisory Commission, lias less than a captive audience as he stresses
resiit would be unfortunate to cur- know his own identity. The
a point at a YR sponsored discussion of racial differences. Listening
dent hall is their home and they
technical protail the two-yeattentively from left to right ares Bill Turner, former BSU president,
should be able to have it the
grams, presently taught at North- Ed Lunsford and Polk O'Neal, UK students and Dr. Stephen Charming,
way they want it," he said.
em.
UK history professor. Story on pape 5.

By LARRY DALE KEELING
Assistant Managing Editor
A plan for the complete reorganization of University student affairs under one body was
released by the Students for Action and Responsibility (SAR)
at a meeting in the Student Center Thursday night.
The plan, to be presented
as a bill to the Student Government Assembly at its next'
meeting, would set up a Student
Association with five major divisionsAssembly, Board of Pub--'
li cat ions, Committee on DormiCouncil
tories, Organizational
and Central Programing Board.
All of these would come under
the executive branch of the Student Association headed by its
president.
Thorn Pat Juul, unofficial
spokesman for SAR, explained the
formation of the idea. "We established the need, first of all,
for a central head for all student
functions. We divided up all the
functions that now exist and
found five basic functions for students at the University."
The purpose of the reorganization, as explained in the plan,

"is to develop responsibility in

students through two means: first
through the device of action or
commitment to nonacademic activities; and secondly, to develop
responsibility by providing
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Poetry From Prose, Brubaker
EDITOR'S NOTE: The view from within and without. 'Prose"
the pseudonym of a former UK student now serving in one of
the branches of the Selective Service. The unsigned work that
follows is his creation. Keith Brubaker is currently a student at
the University and composed the pieces below as noted.
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MERRILY WE ICE TI IK CAKE!
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over the
snow
we" splatter fresh red blood
and torn and maimed bodies,
we'll fill rice paddies with napalm
and fry the
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we'll blow out gold trimmed
churches
so we can spread our magic
icing: capitalism,
we'll worship facist leaders who
worship capitalism
and curse and damn the socialists
who cherish freedom of speech
but not of capitalism,
we'll put American-Japanes- e
in

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"Say it!" "Tell me!"
but it cannot be said.
"Then what would you do

in-

stead?"
but, untalented, I've no answer.
"But this is the way of the world! "
but it need not be the way of
the world.
"But we promised to help them!"
though we have and do hurt
them.
"But we promised to try!"
though we are failing.
"But we promised!"

prison-camp-

REMEMBER ALL THINGS
GOOD

Martin was cool and calm
and tearful eyed.
Martin cried and sang of agony
although he loved the earth, the
universe
of all things, good and bad.
Martin was a little boy once too
with little toys and God
did you? did I?
and never stopped his games
"It is our country's promise!" of peace even on the battlefield.
which part? the mountains, Can you picture Martin
the streams?
leading twenty million men
down the church's isle
"Our leader promi sed!
Heil!
God's church,
and singing of peace and
"Many have died for it!"
brotherhood
Many died of polio, yet we
found and used a vaccine. beneath a golden torch?
"But we must stop the Reds!" And can you picture the agony
are you sure they, or it, is
in Martin's eyes
When the bullet struck?
coming?
"Yes!"
Keith Brubaker
how do you know?
"Everyone says so!"
I don't.
"You are nothing!"
Then leave me alone.

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A BUNCH OF BOYS COT
OLDER WITHOUT CROWING
UP

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They kept meticulous track of
the absurd.
They lined up everything between
the limits
Of their narrowness.
They sweated for bits of bright
metal, for a
Name glistening on a trinket.

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because we're at war with
Japan.
we'll all gang up on a hungry man
'cause we think he wants our
icing, and

They locked in all the tangibles,
and hid their
Souls and unsymmetrical genitalia behind starched
Drawers.
And when they bled they counted
each drop

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And when they murdered they
cried rectangular tears at
evenly spaced intervals

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Do they know
As they guffaw at the crude
jokes,
As they inhale the soapy
stench of PX beer,
As they tap fingers on the
resonant jukebox,

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That soon

After the blisters heal and
we'll go back to war again
and fill the orphanages and forharden,
After the cowlick becomes
get to pay the bill,
and burn down dissenting villages
manageable,
After the combat boots attain
and finally we will have fulfilled
full scruff,
our goals,
we might even build two or three They will be ordered
To bum the simple huts of
sleezy hotels
on their ocean-fron- t,
for Ameristarving peasants,
The locale of the exhibition of
To shoot without regret anycans,
sculpture including the work of and then we'll all eat our icing
one unknown,
associate professor of art Michael and lick our
To sweep the ashes of human
fingers while sitting
Hall and graduate assistant Gary
bone into piles?
on the beach.
Wojick was erroneously listed
Keith Brubaker
yesterday. Wojick's 'Snaker Ray'
and Hall's 'Mastodon IV are
The most obvious of the many
represented at the Whitney Anironies about this place
nual exhibition in New York,
Is all these guys walking around
which will extend through Febalive.
ruary 9.

correction

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Noted harpsichordist, James
Bonn, will appear in recital in
Donald Durham, Minister
A. DeweySanders, Associate
1716 S. LIME
Lexington at 8:15 p.m., Monday,
J. R. Wood, Pastoral Minister
Sam Marris, Youth Minister
January 27, at the University
9.40 and 11:00 a.m. "Who Am I'
Agricultural Science Auditorium.
9:50 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. yExpanded Sessions
Bonn will play an All Bach ProYouth Activities
5:30 p.m. Warship Study Course
p.m.
7:30 p.m. Observance of the Sacrament-- of
Holy Communion
gram.
Bonn has an impressive backService
Nursery for all services.
Wednesday, 7 p.m.,
Parking in rear
ground in professional music. He
has received lavish praise from
University Luthern Student Center
critics from over the country. In
SUNDAY MORNING BREAKFAST
1968 he made his New York debut
9:00 a m
STUDENT WORSHIP WITH COMMUNION
in Town Hall. The New York
1030 a.m.
Times wrote the next morning,
Phones-CaA. L BENTRUP
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"The articulation was clean, the
Pastor
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counterpoint was clear, the tempos were apt and the rhythms
were rock solid."

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Bonn ' received his Master of
Music degree from the Manhattan
School of Music after graduating
from the University of Minnesota.
He has been the recipient of a
Schubert Club Scholarship, a
Minneapolis Star and Tribune
Tanglewood Scholarship Award
and the Minneapolis Symphony
Young Artist's Award. He has
toured Northwest colleges as

For Those Interested In

RUSSELL R. PATTON. MtnlsUr

7.00 p.m. The Four Horsemen"
Call
Transportation provided for students

INQUIRERS' CLASSES
5
Beginning Sunday, Feb. 2

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2356 HARRODSBURG RD.
Sermon "A Band-Ai- d
Transportation Provided tot Students

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See how the rear sight adjusts
See how the operating rod handle

snaps.

See how the magazine is inserted,
so crisp, so tonic.
See how the safety clicks off.

Feel

the soft cushion of the

trigger-slac- k

Feel the gentle pressure of the
butt plate.
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Smell the solvent, the sweet oil.
Squint.
Squeeze;
Hear the roar, feel the
pleasing shock.
See the blood spray scarlet drop-

lets,
Hear the shriek of somebody's
lover, somebody's son.
Touch the coldness of a dead
man's cheek.
Savor the stench of his last feces.
Taste your vomit.

Harpsichordist Bonn Plays Bach Monday

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recitalist for the University of
Minnesota's Department of Concerts and Lectures, and he has
soloed with many orchestras including the Minneapolis Symphony. Mr. Bonn is currently
associate professor of music at
the University.
The Monday night program includes selections from the
Clavier, Partita in C
Minor, Partita in
Major,
and Concerto in Italian Style. The
concert is open free to the public.

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Ffia Briefing Before Departure

* Rush Rules
The Intcrfratemity Council's charges themselves as evidence that
demonstrated concern over alleged rush rules arc being taken more serrush iulc violations indicates that iously, and if they are not forgotten,
the group is beginning to take its as Ogilby has assured us they
responsibilities more seriously, so will not be, we will have to agree.
that others may do likewise. Al- The open violations during rush
though in its most recent action in the past have been hypocritical
the IFC Executive Doard refrained and real obstacles in the IFC's
from pressing the charges at this efforts to improve its image and its
time, thus avoiding interference character.
The fact that this group,
with pledging ceremonies for this
to a great degree, has
semester, President Barry Ogilby
said the action did not mean the demonstrated its intent to administer its rules sincerely, shows its
violations are to be forgotten.
other actions may also be granted
Bob Elder, administrative adincreasing respect, and it is this we
to the IFC, says he sees the welcome.
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New Pueblo Crisis
The Naval Court of Inquiry's
warning to Cmdr. Lloyd Bucher
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that he may be
Pueblo confor surrendering the
firms some our worst fears about
the military.
The reason Bucher could be
is that he refused
to send some of his men to almost
certain death in a futile attempt
to stop the North Koreans from
capturing the ship. This decision
possibly conflicts with Navy Regulations Article 0730 which reads:
"The commanding officer shall not
permit his command to be searched
by any person representing a foreign
state nor permit any of the personnel under his command to be
removed from the command by
such person, so long as he has the
power to resist."
Without going into the question
court-martiale-

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of the legality or morality of the
Pueblo's operation, we can say that
Bucher' s personal judgment seems
to be considerably superior to that
indicated so far by the men who
occupy the echelons above him.
The admirals apparently are
most concerned about losing a ship
and the secret information it contained, some of which might reflect
questionably on the activities of
this country. Bucher, on the other
hand, was concerned with the lives
of his men and determined that
they should not be needlessly lost.
Perhaps there once was a time
when armies and spy ships somehow could be construed to be in the
interest of mankind. But whatever
usefulness they were orice thought
to have has been exposed for its
idiocy by the moras? of militarism
exemplified by the threat to Bucher.

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Editorials represent the opinions of the Editors, not of the University.
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Guy M. Mendes III, Managing Editor
Jim Miller, Associate
Tom Derr, Business Manager
Howard Mason, Photography Editor
Chip Hutcheson, Sports
Jack Lyne and Larry Kelley, Arts Editors
Janice
Dana Ewell,
Frank Cools,
Larry Dale Keeling,
Terry Dunham,
Assistant Managing Editors

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3. Money must be realized on each
concert so another concert may be planned.
If money is not made or the break-evepoint reached, there may not be another
concert.
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4. There have been four" soul" concerts
in the coliseum in the past several years,
in relation to five other types.
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I feel that the response to our programming many times will overshadow
a very minority view of hard rock groups.
To be sure the University Community
would rather see Andy Williams or the
Sup rem es in concert over "The Iron Butterfly."
I feel in all honesty that until there
is an
expressed interest
in such hard rock groups, the responsible
path that is now being traveled will
Over-whelmi-

continue. I congratulate the Student Center Board for their fine Sup rem es Concert

and hope they enjoy many more.
Cary Sully
Student Activities Doard
Concert Chairman

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To the Editor of the Kernel;
In the last couple of years I have been
associated with various organizations on
this campus that sponsor entertainment
at the University of Kentucky. I feel that
the groups and artists we have had perform
are some of the industry's top performers.
Certainly the programming board of the
Student Activities Board is interested in
the student's interests as well as the
"University Community." I feel that meeting the needs of both is of extreme importance. There have been some excellent
entertainers here and anyone who has a
mature taste for music should realize this.
To be very honest with all concerned
who feel that we are "lacking in (our)
responsibility" I would like to point out
some very pertinent facts.
1. Many of the top rock groups are
very unreliable in showing up for a
concert either on time or at all.
2. The views expressed by the various'
members of the committees selecting the
artists are weighed for over-al- l appeal to
the University not just one, two, or
three individual's taste in music.

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Some students are being
naughty again.
They are defacing University
property by writing on The Great
Wall.
This is not in the University's
best interest. It does not present
a favorable image to people visiting
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our campus.
Besides, what they wrote wasn't
very nice.

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dialogue on black America
designed to air differences between Blacks and Whites was
presented Thursday night by the
UK Young Republican Club.
Dr. Stephen Charming, who
teaches history of the American
Negro, acted as moderator. Panelists included Dill Turner, former
Black Student Union president,
and Ellis Bullock, a black law
student who is a member of the
Governor's Student
Advisory
Commission.
Also on thepanel were UK students Polk O'Neal and Eddie
Lunsford. Jim Embry, president
of the Black Student Union, was
scheduled to speak but did not
appear.
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IFC's process of considering the

Kernel Photo by Howard Mason
An Air Force team recently published a report

charges.
cerepledging
monies proceeded unimpeded
Wednesday night after the Judicial Board ruling was nullified
and charges not referred.

Fraternity

saying evidence does not support any belief that
Earth has been visited by space ships from other
planets. Well, it just ain't so. Our photographer
caught this one in action just the other day.

UFO

In attempting a definition of NAACP and Lunsford and O'Neal
terms, Lunsford said black people condemned it for "not representrefer to themselves as Blacks and ing the average Black."
that white people refer to them
Bill Turner spoke primarily
as "colored." He characterized of white "oppression" of black
"Negro" as a "moderate" term. people. He said a common white
Ellis Bullock countered that attitude is that "Africa wouldn't
Blacks as well as Whites have have been developed if Tarzan
divergent views on race relations hadn't come swinging through
and terminology, but he agreed the trees."
with Lunsford about "the need
for black pride."
Lunsford and Polk O'Neal expressed approval of black separatism, but Bullock favored working
for black progress within the es.
tablished social system.
moderate-militan- t
The
split
surfaced again when Bullock defended the middle-of-th- e
road

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of breaking an IFC rule pro
hibiting the serving of alcoholic

drinks to rushees within fraternity
houses. Some fraternities have
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taken rushees to
where providing drinks for them
would not be a rush violation.
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p.m.
p.m. and
day and Sunday. A reception will be
held Sunday from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.
and the public is invited. The show
closes February 2.
Free tickets are available in the
Student Government Office which
will entitle the holder to half price
admission ($1.75) at the next two
Cincinnati Royals Ball games, Feb. 1
and 16, at Cincinnati Gardens. Tickets may be picked up In Room 102,
Student Center.

20-2-

'' The Indian Association will
the film "Phal Aur Prathar,"

present
featuring monuments of India and Indian
dances, at 2:00 p.m. Saturday in the
Student Center Theatre. Light refreshments will be served. Admission
is $1.25 for Association members, $1.50
for
and children will
be admitted free.

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Coming Up
Talent night for the 1969 Lexington Women's Club foUiea will be held
at the F.O.P. Hall. 224 Walnut St,
at 7:30 p.m. on January 28. All Individual tryouts will be limited to 3
minutes. The FoUies will be held on

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Street.
"Casino Royale" will be shown In
the Student Center Theatre Friday
and Saturday at 6:30 and 9:15 p.m.
and on Sunday at 3:00 pjn. Admission is 50 cents.
Students who have a desire to quit
smoking are invited to participate in
a study being conducted by the Smoking Research Center. The program is
designed to study ways to help people stop smoking quickly. Volunteers
are needed who have a genuine desire to stop smoking and who have
tried at least once unsuccessfully to
stop. The program will take very
little of your time, does not Involve
drugs, and will not Interfere with
your schedule. If Interested, call Mrs.

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The Fencing Club will meet Monday
from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. at the Alumni
Gym balcony. The prerequisite is one
semester of fencing or equivalent.
College will meet Sunday night at
9:00 p.m. In the Sigma Nu house.

ap-

A Faculty Exhibition is currently
Arts Building
running at the Fine is
open MonGallery. The Gallery
9:00 a.m. to 5:00
day through Friday
1:00 to 5:00
on Satur-

Student Directory supplements are
now available in Room 102 of the
Student Center.
Peace Corps representatives will be
on campus in the Student Center and
4
the Complex cafeteria January
to talk with interested students. The
SO minute
Placement Test
Language
will be given at 10:00 a.m., 2:00 p.m.,
and 7:00 p.m. on January 22, 23, 24
in Room 119, Student Center. Please
sign up for test with the Peace
Corps Representatives.
honSocietas Pro Legibus, pre-laorary. Is - now accepting applications -'
for 'membership.- Blanks may 'be, obtained in Room 103. Bradley Hall.
Phi Beta, professional fraternity for
women, is now holding winter rush.
Membership is open to women maIn
joring or minoring or Music, Speech,
Theatre Arts.
Speech Therapy,
Rushees must have a 2.50 over-a- ll
and
a 3.00 in their major. Interested parbefore Janties should call
uary 25.
Seminar In Religion: "Freedom and
Conscience in America" A study-courseries sponsored by the Religious Advisors Staff. All students
and Faculty invited. First speaker.
Rev. William HubbeU, topic: "Conscience and Political Life,"- 7:00 to
9:00 p.m.., Koinoinia House, 412 Rose

and ask for an

15.

Friday, January 31, is the last day
to submit applications for the International Living Programs.
Wednesday, January 29, is the last
day for faculty members to turn in
their ballots for the College of Arts
and Sciences Distinguished Professor '
award.
"Negro AnUsemltismM will be dla- -'
cussed at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at Ohava
Zion Synagogue, 120 West Maxwell.
The program is sponsored by the
Hillel Foundation and the public Is
invited to attend.
James Bonn will give a concert
on the Harpsicord featuring an aU
Bach program at 8:15 p.m. In the
Agricultural Science Auditorium on
Monday.
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Register Monday for an appointment on Wednesday with Collins
Radio Co. Computer Science, Chem.
E.. Civil E., Math, Physics (BS, MS);
Elec. E., Engr. Mechanics, Mech. E.
(BS. MS, Ph.D.) Citizenship. (Community College Data Processing, Engineering Technology).
Register Monday for an appointment on Wednesday with Federal
Civil E.,
Aviation Administration
Elec. E., Mech. E. (BS. MS). Locations: Washington. D.C.; Eastern UJ3.
Citizenship.
Register Monday for an appointment on Wednesday with General
Dynamics Fort Worth Division. Check
schedule book for details.
Register Monday Cor an appointment on Wednesday with Owens-Illinoi- s,
Inc. Accounting, Bus. Adm.,
Economics, Chem. E.. Civil E., Elec.
E.. Mech. E.. Math (BS. MS); Computer Science (BS). Locations: East
of Rockies. Citizenship.
Register Monday for an appointment on Wednesday with Republic
Steel Corp. Chem. E., Civil E., Elec.
E., Engr. Mechanics. Mech. E.. Met.
E. (BS). Locations: Canton, Masslllon,
Ohio; other locations. Citizenship.
.Register Monday for an appointment on Wednesday with Tennessee
Highway Dept. Horticulture, Civil E.,
Geology (BS). Locations: Knoxville.
Nashville, Jackson, Chattanooga. Citizenship.
Register Monday for an appointment on Wednesday or Thursday with
Aluminum Co. of America. Check
schedule book for details.
Register Monday for an appointment on Wednesday or Thursday
with Central Intelligence Agency.
Accounting, Computer Science (BS);
Geography,
Economics, Diplomacy,
Library Science. Physics
History.
(MS, PhJ.); Elec. E.. Math. Pol.
Set (BS, MS. Ph.D.); Psychology
(PhD.). Locations: Washington, D.C.,
and overseas. Citizenship.

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