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SC Has Only $10.30

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from now until the new wanted to know why a $900 grant
fiscal year beginning July 1.
to the debate team had not been
sipple said that previous stu- - reduced along with the other
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faced with similar money short- - them $900." she asked, "when we
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cover
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be forced to cancel
its deficit SDtndins
several debates if Its appropriation
Treasurer Cecil Bell said that were cut.
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were
Biuupa
There was little further discus
trimmed to a bare minimum" In
sion, and Student Congress swift-l- y
an effort to keep Student
approved the new budget with
budget state- - gress out of the red.
only scattered "no" votes.
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new budget did not pass
Hvdccoratora
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Vandy
rr embers pointed out that Student wlthout objections. Kav Murohv. , The congress also passed a mo- I'nldcntified person believed to be from Vandrrbilt 1'nlversity
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Congress will be worth only $10.30 Art9 and ScjencM representative, l,on w'onaay nigm wnicn
because of thrir apparent school spirit redecorated the shed of
the publication of the Student Diwhen grants and expenses are dethe Whittrnburg Construction Co. sometime Monday night. The
to Golden Key Publicarectory
ducted' from this year's Income.
"exterior decorators" also used their paint on Donovan Hall;
tions, Inc., a Texas firm.
Therefore, In order to operate
however, some fast scrubbing by Maintenance and Operations pre
ConMeal Ticket Change
Diane Marek, Arts and Sciences
within the budget. Student
vented the I K photographer from obtaining a picture.
and chairman of
gress must spend no more than
Any fraternity
pledge who representative
the Student Directory committee,
prefers to eat dinner in a frasaid the new directories will be
ternity house may have his Donpaper
ovan Hall meal ticket changed printed on
so that the ticket is good for and will contain national as well
as local advertising.
noon meals. Pledges who want
to make the change may see
Copies of the directory will go
Mrs. Martha Reynolds in the on sale, according to Miss Marek,
30 days after the Golden Key reMol.ttions were fifty the University by the new park paving, the salaries of police who cafeteria office.
Park
ceives the material to be published.
the parking areas, the
ing system, ur. Martin reiusea 10 patrol
percent fewer this past seinest release the name of the person maintenance, and the printing of
cr as compared to the fall se that was suspended. He said, how- the parking permits and violation
ever, that the person had received citations.
mcstcr of PJ7J.
nine violations and had also been
This income Is only a small porA total of $992 was collected warned.
tion of the money needed to opeA person receiving four parking
last semester from parking viorate the parking areas.
lation citations. The reason for citations must appear before the
the decrease is attributed to the Judicial Board
of Student ConThe campaign to bring Countess Alexandra Tolstoy to
new system of controlling the
gress and it decides on the susMemorial Hall this spring received financial encouragement
parking violators.
He is not automatically
I'nder the new system there is pension.
Monday night from Student Congress, in spite of the fact that
a $3 fine for the first offense. $10 suspended after the fourth viothe student government is now only a few dollars removed
for the second, $25 for the third, lation.
from red ink and financial embarrassment.
and possible suspension for the
The money collected for the
fourth violation.
The congress appropriated $100
parking violation is Included in
to help secure the daughter of the ber said, "and get to work. It
Dean L. L. Martin said only one the fund operating cost control.
to give $1 to
won't hurt
A contract totaling $1,676,- - Russian author and philosopher this cause." anyone
person had teen suspended from This money helps to pay for the
Leo Tolstoy for the proposed lec- 136-roo(XX) for a new
woThe idea of individual contributure
men's dormitory and dining- The legislative group's financial tions, however, appeared to be unroom-kitche- n
facilities to ac- - ssets. however, presently add up popular with most of the deleto only $10.30, and the Admini- - gates. The suggestion that Student
comodate 1.2(H) will be let this
gtraton must fiv( u consent be. Congress "go into the hole" and
week, Dr. Frank 'D. Peterson, fore Student C ongress can prac- - dismiss the idea of individual contributions was greeted with a
Aid to students in the College of Nursing will preserve the viV nrvidinr fnr buviiiesv ad- - tic deficit spending.
A motion was made, but never healthy round of applause,
memory ol a United States Public Health Service nurse from ministration, said Monday.
acted on that each mpmber of
A ,ecture fep of $5Q() must be
Construction or tne project win student Congress donate $1 to the raised before Countess Tolstoy will
Kentucky who died in an airplane crash.
begin in 30 days, he said.
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Friends cf I.lniean Snedegar,
drive. More than $100 agiee to appear here. The money
ns the College, of Nursing
Part of the funds will be pro- would be raised if each delegate will be given to the Tolstoy Foun-we- re
who died in n crash at Teheran, known
Student Welfare Fund.
vided by a loan from the Federal
to contribute.
Iran, in 1951 . have donated a $300
dation, an institution which helps
E. Alice Clark, a coworker of Housing and Home Finance Agen- "Student Congress should get off Russian refugees find homes and
stock certificate to the Kentucky
Proceeds Miss Snedegar. collected the funds cy, with $151,000 coming from the jts fat fannyt one congress mem- - Jobs in this countiy.
Foundation.
Research
from the certificate will be used under the auspices of the Society State Building Commission and
for loans, well are. and scholar- - of Public Health Nursing. The so- - the balance from the University
ships to students enrolled in the ciety later became a part of the Auxiliary Agents Fund. will be loThe new dormitory
Public Health Nursing Section of
College of Nursing.
The Kentucky Research Foun- the Kentucky State Association of cated on a site behind the Euclid
Avenue Building.
administers
dation
the fund. Registered Nurses.

President Garryl Sipple and
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Hell informed
Student
Congress members
Monday night that UKs stu- dent government lias run out
of money.
"Lets face
broke,"
Sipple said during a discussion
of a new congress budget
which was approved minutes
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Parking Violations Reduced
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SC Encourages Visit

Contract
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Memorial Fund To Honor
Nurse Who Died In Iran

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World News Hriefs

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Dag Calls For Troops

UNITFD NATIONS, N.Y.. Feb. 21 (AP Secretary-Dag Hamniarskjold today called for
additional U.N. troops to carry out a new Security
Council peace plan aimed at averting civil war in
the Congo.
Hammarskjold's appeal came as seccesionist Katanga province threatened defiance of the
council's directive that the United Nations use force,
If necessary, to prevent military dishes between
rival Congolese factions.
General

August when Tshombe used the threat of bloodshed
to stall the entry of a U.N. vanguard for a week.
'
In bitter reaction to the Security Council's newest decision, the Negro leader called U.N. troops
enemies and told a news conference that U.N. experts are men "whose incapacity has been demonstrated." He said he is prepared to close the border.

Kennedy Steps In On Airline Strike
F.
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President John
NEW YORK. Feb.
(API
Kennedy stepped In today to try to halt the nation's
worst airline strike. It has closed three of the bigTshomhe Mobilizes Against U.N. gest passenger lines and all but shut down three
others.
ELISABETH VILLE, Katanga, Feb. 21 (API
Closed down completely, their ticket offices dark,
Piesident Moi.se Tshombe today ordered all
Katangans mobilized against the U.N. Congo their planes grounded by the hundreds, were three
command's newly won authority to use force to pre- of four biggest airlines American, Eastern and
Trans World. Pan American, National and Western
vent civil war.
Blacks and whites alike of this secessionist pro- Airlines also were struck, although they kept token
vince got their orders by radio, as they did last service going.

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These six law students have been selected as competitors for
membership on the staff of the Kentucky Law Journal, legal publication of the College of Law. From the left they are Lowell T,
Hughes, Marshall P. Lltlred Jr., II. Jefferson Herbert Jr., Thomas
II. Burnett, Howard X. Downing, and David E. Murrell. The announcement of their selection was made by Prof. Tom Lewis,
faculty editor of the journal. Appointments to the staff are made
by the faculty on the basis of the students' high scholastic standing
and ability to do credited legal research and writing.

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Cleveland Grant To Present
Last Audubon Screen Tour
change of color in the tundra In
Alaska.
Mr. Grant Rraduatrd from Ober-li- n
College and Joined the staff
of the Chicago Natural History
Museum for six years. He and his
wife now devote full time to the
absorbing vocation of producing
and showing natural color motion
pictures.
In the past 25 years, he has produced more than 25 motion picfrom Mineral Point, ture films on the native wild birds
Wis. He has filmed the color In and animals of North America.
wilderness areas of North Amer- During this time he has delivered
ica where autumn comes early.
over five thousand wildlife lecHe has succeeded in filming the tures to audiences totaling nearly
f real bison fight and the autumn two million people.

Tin last Audubon Screm
Tour of tlic season will hv pro
mitrd at 7:30 p.m. Friday in
Memorial Hall. Tlu National
Audubon Society will present
Cleveland P. Grant and his
color films on the "Land of
Kaily Autumn."
Mr. Grant is a famed

Mr. Grant's new color wildlife
in the
film was photographed
northern and high countries of
North America.
This is the last lecture-filpresentation of a series of five
The National Audubon
by
Society and the University ZoThe series
ology
Department.
helps to promote interest in the
and wonders of wildlife
beauty
and nature.
The Screen Tour will be open
only to tour members and UK students with ID cards.

Contemporary Paintings
To Be Shown At Centers to
exhibition
The University

is

sending a student painting
people in other areas of Kenin what the students here at

its extension centers to acquaint
tucky in contemporary art and
UK are doing.
Mr. Richard B. Freeman, head
of the art department, said that
this showing of nine paintings and
two prints may help increase the
Interest in contemporary art as
well as in the University's art department.
"There will probably be mixed
emotions of doubt and bewilderment in the different reactions to
the show, but I feel it will create
relations with the extensions
OX RADIO TODAY good accomplish its main purpose
and
the people with
WBKY-F91.3 MEGACYCLES of acquainting
the work being done in our art
9:00 a.m. "Kaleidoscope"
Mr. Freeman said.
department,"
(uninterrupted music)
Students whose work is being
4:00 p.m. "Music Humanities"
exhibition are David
(Schubert, Schumann, shown in this
Otis, Phillip Harris, Donna P'Pool.
Chopin)
5:00 p.m. "Sunset Moods"
Dr. Don Cash Seaton, head of the Department of Physical
5:30 p.m. "World Wide News"
Education and track coach, received a leatherbound edition of 5:45
p.m. "Sunset Moods"
his book, "Physical Education Handbook," yesterday from the 0:15 p.m. "Commonwealth in
PHONE
Review" (state and
I ubhsher.
published one of my books, 'Safety
local newst
Paul F. Davidson, local repre- - in S;xrts'."
NOW
6:25 p.m. "Sports Digest"
Inc.
tentative for Prentice-Hal- l,
The first edition of the "Physi-'.- n
of the
"Mark of Zorro"
Handbook" was 6:30 p.m. "Panorama
I'entu'-kand a former UK stn- - cal Education
Lively Arts"
AND
dtirt in the College of Commerce, nuliliihed in 1351. The
7:00 p.m. "Masterworks from
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nrescnts are Ir. Irene ( luyton of ISyrn
that. Prrntire-Hal- l
"Legion of the Nile"
trance"
1I-beMawr Colli de; Er. Howard C.
the- author with this special ediEduI nivi rsity of Michigan; and 7:30 p.m. "Oral Essays on
tion when his boo.c has sold 100,-00- 0
cation"
rnonr i
Dr. Lloyd Mrssersmith of Southor more.
copies
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8:00 p.m. News
ern Methodist University.
Max Lyon, a vice president and
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Masterworks"
Dr. Seaton has also written 8:05 p.m. "Musical
regional manager of rrfiitice- 11:00 p.m. News
jilafi's College Division, made the "Basic Book of Sports," "Safety
NOW SHOWING
presentation to Dr. Seaton at a Challenges You." and "Safety in
A computing center was estabnoon dinner at Carnahan House.
the World Today."
lished at UK in 1058. The elecDr. Seaton came to the UniversH.UJA5.
Guests who attended the din- tronic computer used there enity in the fall of 1947 from New
BOUtEN
York University. He had been co ner given for Dr. Seaton were ables the University to perform
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Schools in New York for two years. Chamberlain, Vice President of fields.
Dean
Dean Martin.
a text Peterson,
I conceived the idea of
ook for service programs in the White. Dean Ginger. Dean Kirwin.
Shaver. Dr. Jokl. Mrs.
colleges of America in 1948." Dr.
said, "and I presented the ton. and members of Dr. Seaton's
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* THE KENTUCKY KERNEL, Wednesday, Feb.

Cooking, Culture Mix
For Student In Vienna
By MARY HI MILLER
Have you ever tried to take
cooking lessons from someone who
didn't speak English?
This was one of Virginia Priest's
activities while
Khe was studying last year at the
of Vienna. The Haus-fra- u,
University
or housewife, of the home
in which Virginia stayed gave
"her" girls some lessons In typical
Austrian cooking.
Miss
And although
Priest
stressed that the dishes were
mainly simple, the differences In
measurement and the tendency of
the Hausfrau to "add a little of
this and a pinch of that" made it
even more difficult.
Some of the recipes that Miss
Priest brought home with her
were the ever popular weinner
snetzel, and knodel, a dough ball
that is served with meat, or with
fruit added as a desert.
Miss Priest, a senior commerce
major from Henderson, went to
the University of Vienna as a
part of the Institute of European
Studies. The purpose of this program is to Introduce American
ttudents to European culture.
Besides the six hours of German that she took, she also
studied Modern European History,
European Literature, and History
of European Art. Classes, probably to the relief of most UK students, are on an Irregular schedule.
The University of Vienna does
not provide housing for the students and the students live in private homes which are mostly
apartments. Miss Priest said.
Included In the cost of room
k
and board Is a
bath.

SAN D1ECO (AP) -- Equally
at lmme on land, in the air
and in the sea is vivacious
Mrs. Jean Kauanui.
She's one of five women among
C3 divers at Scripps Institute of
Oceanography. Mrs. Kauanui is
working on the kelp investigations
program of the Institute of Marine Resources being conducted at
the University of California's La
Jolla campus.
An
stewardess and
former Women's Air Force pilot,
blonde took up divthis blue-eye- d
ing for fun during a vacation in
Florida.
"After the warm, clear, trop-- 1
icul waters, my introduction
to
the water here was a real challenge." she says. "I was used to a
water temiRTuture of about 80
and visibility of about 100
leet." She says
visibility
lu re is considered good.
Willi her husband, Patrick, who
was captain in the Fede! al Aviatue stnt. 'in mi Wake
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"As water and gas are very expensive in Vienna, every drop is
measured," Miss Priest said. "Although extra baths were only 24
cents, there was no incentive to
take them as there was no hot
water and no heat."
Vienna Is the city of music and
one of Miss Priest's favorite past-timwas the opera. There are
two types of opera In Vienna, the
State and Polk of people's opera.
"The people of Vienna love their
opera so much that they line up
sometimes 24 hours before the
ticket sales begin," Miss Priest
said. "In fact the people have organized their lines so that they
may leave for work and return
later to resume their same position."
Another popular activity of the
students in Vienna are the beer
kellers
(cellars),
places well
known to UK students also. Virsaid that many of the stuginia
dents hangouts reflect the American Influence In their decorations
and their music.

Early Start

HORTIC't LITRE CLUB
The University Horticulture Club
recently became a charter member of the newly formed collegiate branch of the American Society for Horticultural Science.
The purpose of this organization is to give Horticulture Club
members an opportunity to present undergraduate research papers in competition with other
clubs.
There are 14 clubs in the nation
that are charter members of the
ASHS. Ten of them are in the
South.
The next meeting of the society will be held at Purdue University in August of 1961. Some
UK club members will present
their talks at this meeting.
PR EM ED SOCIETY
Alpha Epsilon Delta, premedical
honorary society, will accept applications for membership this
week. Application forms may be
obtained in the Zoology Department Office.
To be eligible for consideration,
a student must have a minimum of
three semesters of premedical
work.
REMINDER FROM
SOCIETY EDITORS
of pinnings, engagements,
marriages, club meetings, and any
other news of social interest are
always welcome for this page.
Engagement announcements and
pictures will be published. Pictures must be furnished by the
individuals.
Phone ext. 2285 when you have
society news, or mail it to: The
Society Editors, Kentucky Kernel,
Campus.
News

TUCSON, Ariz.
Bob Darlington, reported missing from his home, was found to
be out with some of the boys.
Little Bob was located by police
sitting on a stool in a tavern,
drinking a glass of water and
talking to a group of customers.
The bartender
said Bob Just
strolled In and hopped up on the
stool.

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water photograph and their pictures and several of her articles
have been published.
Her husband has a contract
position on Kwajalein in the Marshall Islands. She expects to rejoin him when her work here Is
finished in June.
She flics as pilot for Scripps
aerial survey trips to photograph
kelp beds and sewer outfalls along
the coast of Southern California.
A flier since she was 17, she
started at Milwaukee, Wis., and
flew for" the WASPS during World
War II. She holds a commercial
pilot certificate, with flight instructor and multi-engin- e
ratings.
Hired as a laboratory assistant.

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Northern Reserve University, and known to young and old for
his work on primates, announced yesterday that he had received a grant of $tt0,000,(M)0 for a twelve-yestudy to determine precisely how much fun there is in a barrel of monkeys.
Whatever the results of Dr. Gibbon's researches, this much
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Dr. Willard Hale Sigafoos, head of the department of anthropology at Southern Reserve University, and internationally
known as an authority on primitive tropics, returned yesterday
scientific expedition to the headwaters of the
from a four-yeAmazon Ilivcr. Among the many interesting mementos of his
journey is his own head, shrunk to the size of a kumquat. Ho
refused to reveal how his head shrinking was accomplished.
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"The I.ijaina Game" into Middle High Hadrian, contended
in his paper that the Old Welldish rune "pt" delists from th'j
Low Krse rune "inf" (pronounced '"gr").
Well, sir the discussion grew so heated that Dr. Twonkcy
finally asked Dr. Spleen if he would like to step into the gym
nasium and put on the gloves. Dr. Spleen accepted the thai
lenge promptly, but the contest was never held because thero
were no gloves in the gymnasium that would fit Dr. Twonkey.
(The reader is doubtless finding this hard to believe as
Kastern Reserve University is celebrated the length and breadth
of the land for the size of its glove collection. However, tin)
reader is asked to remember that 'Dr. Twonkcy has extraordinarily small hands and arms. In fact, he sent the
war working in a small-arm- s
plant, where he received two
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Till SIGMA IOTA
Phi Sigma Iota, romance languages professional society, will
meet at 4 p.m. today in Room 205
of the Student Union.
Jean Marie Goulett and Harriett Hill will read papers.

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Engagement
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Susan Withers, Delta Delta
Delta, sophomore In the College
of Arts and Sciences, from Owens-bor- o,
to Micky Brown, presently
with the United States Army, al.-from Owensboro.

(Author of "I Was a Teen-ag- e
Dwarf", "The Many
Lores of Dobie tiillis", etc.)

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Moninda Dlecks, Delta Delta
Delta, sophomore education major
Irom Elizabethtown, to Michael
Coyle, Sigma Alpha Epi.ilon, Junior commerce major from Frankfort.
Lovallce Hardin, Junior medical
technology major from Lawrence-bur- g
to Jerry Milen, Farm House,
senior agriculture
major from
Lewisburg.
Beverly Smith, Kappa Alpha
Theta, senior English major from
Lexington, to T. Kinkead of

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NORTHERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY
Pr. Mandrill Gibbon, head of the department of zoology at

Mrs. Kauanui has made more
than 200 working dives in 18
months at Scripps, sometimes as
many as 9 In two days or 24 in
one month often in areas of reduced visibility (three feet) and
under severe weather conditions.
Why does an attractive. Intelligent young woman with other talents perform the often tough, hard
work which would be regarded as
drudgery by many?
"There is excitement and great
satisfaction in being able to conr
tribute in a small way to man's
scientific knowledge of the ocean
and its inhabitants in an institution unmatched in the world,"
she says.

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Social Activities

She Dives With Wings On

By JACQI ELIN MERRILL
San Diego I'nion

22, 1961

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Not Art

Art students may pay an exorbit
By considering publishing
next year which may ant price for an artistic telephone
dent directory
directory but less cultured students
cost 75 cents but which the Student
would resort to dialing "O" when they
Congress said "artistically . . . would needed a numler. With the price of
make the Lexington phone book look textbooks what they are today, few
of us can afford the luxury of a
like a funny page," the congress repstudent directory and such a
resentatives have indicated that they
do not really comprehend past direcdirectory would be of little service
to students in general and would
tory problems nor the directory's purcreate chaos in the University expose.
We have never heard any comchange.
be(Incidentally, it seems rather conplaints about the phone directory
it was not an artistic success.
cause
tradictory that SG is so concerned
The primary complaints always seem about the price of texts that it proto center around the
poses a student bookstore, but at the
same time contemplates putting the
ing publication date.
It appears to us that if there is directory in the small text price
range.)
anything which should be considered
Possibly we are revealing our lack
from a purely pragmatic perspective
of esthetic taste but we would much
is a phone book. An attractive cover
it
direcand appealing yellow pages might be prefer a mimeographed student
tory distributed at no charge in Sepdesirable, but such mundane, utilidirectory with
tarian attributes as accuracy, cost, tember to a
Picasso covers and beautiful
and early publication should outweigh any esthetic considerations.
a stu-

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75-ce-

THE READERS' FORUMStates
United

No More Committees

To The Editor:
Your suggestion that the Faculty
authorize a committee of qualified
professors to compile a style manual
for the use of all students horrifies me.
We already have an overabun-- '
dance of committees. And we already
have a style manual. Those students
who become unhappy about meeting
the professors' demands in regard to
conventional practices observed in
the writing of papers (aside from
the point of English "usage") may for
a small price buy a small manual compiled by Miss Kate Turabian, entitled A Manual jor Writers of Term
Tapers, Tliescs, and Dissertations,
University of Chicago Press, 1935.
(I've just underlined the title, which
signals the printer to set the words
up in italics: try to get freshmen to
remember that one.)
Those students who have sold
their freshmen handbooks or thrown
them away have lost an authority
to hound their professors with, because any reputable text used in
freshman composition will contain a
chapter about conventional practices
followed in term papers, research
papers, library papers, or whatever
you want to call them. Naturally in
Turabian or the standard freshman
text, the writer will have to search
out various practices almost universally accepted all over the country and
realize that he must analyze the situation he's faced with so that he can
find the convention which fits his situation. (For example, how many
professors on this campus would permit the contraction I have supplied
in the preceding sentence? How do
you find out what IS the universal
practice? Shall you conform or be
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have
journals fn the
agreed to follow the MLA recomOur own Graduate
mendations.
School recommends the Turabian
manual, supplementing it with a
mimeographed pamphlet to take care
of special circumstances peculiar to
this campus.
Please, let us not agitate for another committee.

Maurice

A.'

Hatch

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started to buy a directory, but got an art digest instead.

Not Needed Here
The Lexington chapter of the
Congress on Racial Equality uneasily celebrated its second anniversary on Feb. 11. Locally, CORE
has met with little success in its
of "passive resistance"
campaign

The principles