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FRIDAY. DECEMBER

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NORMA WEATHERSPOON . . .
has been rechosen news editor
of The Kernel.
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17 Graduates

Commissioned
Bohnak Ranked

Highest Of

99

Seventeen UK graduates were
commissioned second lieutenants in
the Infantry of the Army of the
United States Monday upon the
completion of a
course
at Fort Benning, Ga.

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Joe A. Bohnak of Northampton,
Mass.. was ranked highest man
among all the 99 graduates at Fort
Benning.

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Miss Watkins, who Is publicity
chairman of Delta Delta Delta sorority, was first chosen managing
editor of The Kernel at the beginning of the spring quarter. 1943. i
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Previously, she served as an associ- ate editor. She is president of Chi '
ALICE WATKINS
Delta Phi, women's literary honor- ary, and of Phi Alpha Theta, his- - . . . has been renamed managing
tory honorary. She is a pledge of editor of The Kernel.
Theta Sigma Phi, national journal- ism honorary. She is an arts and
sciences upperclass women's repre- - 18
sentative to the Assembly of the
G RprPlVt
SGA. Miss Watkins transferred t
from Bethel Woman's college at the

Must Be Signed
All women who have not previously signed sorority preference cards but who desire to
join a sorority must go to the
office of the dean of women
between 9 and 12 ajn. now or
at the beginning of the winter

Members Of

ifnmmnv

Those who signed cards in
September but who are not as
yet affiliated with a sorority are
still on the active rush list.
There will be no formal rushing, however. Miss Jane Hasel-deassistant dean of women,

Corps Orders

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stated.
The final rush list will be
turned over to sororities on
January 10. Bid day has been
designated as January 15, and

that

Draftsmen Sought
By Government

Draftsmen of all types are needed,
particularly ship, electrical, and
mechanical draftsmen, as well as
topographic- - draftsmen. Women
are especially urged to apply.

Kampus
Kernels
WAA Council . . .
. . . will meet at 5 p.m. Friday in
trie Women's gym.
lBtch Lunch . . .
. . . will meet at noon today at the
Colonial Bowling lanes.
Dr. J.
Huntley Dupre will speak.

Westminster
fellowship group of the Max-

Street

Presbyterian

church

will meet, at 5:30 p.m. Sunday for
supper, 6 pjn. for Evensong, and
:30 p.m. for a discussion on Sane
Views of the Racial Problem, led
by Rob McNeill. The group will
then go to hear the Choristers' program in Memorial hall.

Kentucky . . .
. . . Archaeological society will meet
at 7:30 o'clock tonight in room 103,

Physics building.
Outing Club
. . . will have its Kentuckian pic- ture made at 12:30 p.m. today at
the Union building.
rtlkin Club
. . . members will have their Ken-

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tuckian picture taken at 12:30 pjn.
at the Maxwell Street
Presbyterian church.

Monday

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Miss Weatherspoon, chosen news
editor of The Kernel in March, 1943,
is journal correspondent and scholarship chairman of Alpha Xi Delta
sorority. Historian of Mortar
Board, senior women's leadership
fraternity, she is also secretary of
Theta Sigma Phi, national Journal
ism honorary; chairman of the
SGA Victory committee; and secretary of Chi Delta Phi, women's
literary honorary. She was elected
this year to Who's Whom Among
Students in American Universities
and Colleges. Last Friday she was
elected arts and sciences upper-clawomen's representative to the
SGA Assembly. She was a member
of Cub club. Alpha Lambda Delta,
the Kentuckian staff, the Union
forum committee,
and the SGA
Constitutional committee. She received the Mortar Board Freshman
cup and was chosen to have her
name placed on the Theta Sigma
Phi and Mortar Board plaques. She
reporter and assistwas formerly
ant news editor of The Kernel.
of Chi Omega sorority. Miss Bohannon was first
elected business manager of The
Kernel last March. She is treasurer
of Theta Sigma Phi, national journalism fraternity, and a former
member of Cub club. She has been
a member of the Kentuckian staff
and of the 240 committee. She is a
member of the YWCA and was ac
tive in the Dutch Lunch club dur- ing her freshman year. She was a
member of Cwens, sophomore lead- ership honorary, and was formerly
advertising manager of The Kernel.
Miss McClanahan, now serving as
society editor of The Kernel, is rush
chairman of Alpha Delta Pi soror
ity. She is a sergeant of
women's drill team, and a member
of Kampus Kousins. She belongs to
the YWCA and is on the Alpha
Delta Pi bowling team. She is a

Eighteen members of Company G
who were ac- of the ASTP-ROTcepted for the Army Air corps, have
received their orders and will leave
for induction centers during the
next week, Lieut. Arthur A. Erick-soJr., company commander has
announced.
They are: Pfcs. C. Edwin Barnes,
Tommy Bell, A. B. Duncan, Tommy
Ewing, Randall Hammer,
John
Jackson, Bob Johnson, Kenneth
Jones, Charles Kuhn, Clifford
Jack McNeil, Jay Rhodemyer,
George Sengel, F. Thompson, J.
Thompson, Paul Triplett, Mitchell
Yowell, and C. A. Zollors.

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SuKy Members
All

persons

trying out for

SuKy. student pep organization, are required to sell at all
University basketball games,
according to Bill Nickell, president.
Those living in Lexington are
asked to sell at games played
during the holidays, he added.

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Phi Beta Gives

Veterans' Hospital
Phi Beta, honorary fraternity of
music, drama, and the dance, presented two varied programs' Tuesday evening at the Darnall Vet-

Tests Are Set
To Begin At
8 a. m. Monday

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Original compositions by Helen
Lipscomb, Lexington, were played
by Marie Louise McCown, Versailles.
Jane Freeman gave a humorous
skit, and Mabel Gumm, Lexington,
played several violin solos. Margaret Gooch. Somerset, and Ruth
Simpson rendered vocal solos.
Anita Roos, Lexington, president
of the organization,
and Mabel
Gumm.
were in
charge of the programs.

Are Candidates
For Degrees At
End Of Quarter
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of the fall quarter, it was
nounced by the office of the

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anreg-

istrar.
Names of these graduates will be
Included in the list to be presented
to the Board of Trustees in June
and candidates will not receive
their degrees until that time. How- ever, statements may be secured at
the registrar's office certifying that
these students have completed all
requirements for their degrees.
No graduation exercises will be
held until June this year

Examinations will be h e d on
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday,
December
according to the
registrar.
The first examination
period will run from 8 to 9:50 a.m.t
the second from 10 to 11:50 ajn..
the third from 1 to 2:50 p.m.. and
tne fourtn fron 3 to 4:50 p.m.
During the first period on Mon
day, examinations will be given in
classes meeting the first hour on
any cycle starting on either Monday or Wednesday. The second
period is for examinations
in
classes meeting the first hour on
any cycie siaruiig on either Tuesday or Thursday. Classes meeting
the second hour on the Monday or
Wednesday cycle will hold examinations during the third period.
Those meeting the second hour on
the Tuesday or Thursday cycle will
have examinations during the
fourth period.
On Tuesday during the first period, classes meeting the third hour
on any cycle starting on Monday
or Wednesday will have examinations. The second period, classes
meeting the third hour on any
cycle starting Tuesday or Thursday will hold examinations.
The
third period is for classes meeting
the fourth hour on the Monday or
Wednesday cycle. Classes meeting
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Approximately 60 students are
candidates for degrees at the close

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Choristers Will PrCSdlt:
4miual Carol Program

ror rormal hvent
The University's annual Christmas formal, climaxed by the crowning of the Kentuckian beauty queen,
will be held from 9 to 12 tomorrow
night in the Bluegrass room of the
Union building.
Bob Burkhardt and his orchestra
from Cincinnati will play for the
dance. This organization, billed as
"The Sensation Band of the Middle West." comes directly to the
campus from recent engagements
in several exclusive night clubs and
hotels of Cincinnati and the surrounding territory.
John Robert Powers. New York
beauty expert, has selected the
Kentuckian queen and attendants
from pictures of the four winning
Lucy Meyer. Delta
candidates
Delta Delta; Patsy Horkan. Alpha
Delta Pi: Lyde Gooding. Kappa
Kappa Gamma: and Doris Smith.
Chi Omega.
The name of the winner will be
announced at 10 p. m. She will
be crowned by Lieut. Arthur A.
Erickson, Jr. The coronation will
be conducted agaist a background
of Christmas flowers and deep blue
lit'hts.
This year the University's most
popular man will not be chosen.
Admission to the dance will be
75 cents stag or couple, and the
affair will be formal for women
for men.
and
Christmas greens and holly will
be used for decorating the ballroom.
Chaperons for the dance will be
Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes. Miss Jane
Haselden. Dr. and Mrs. Herman L.
Donovan. Dr. and Mrs. T. T. Jones.
Miss Margaret Lester. Mr and Mrs.
Bart Peak. Victor R. Portmann.
Miss Rosalie Oakes. Col. and Mrs.
B. E. Brewer. Miss Marguerite McLaughlin, Dr. and Mrs. Paul P

The annual Christmas carol program given bv the University choristers will be presented at 4 p.m.
and 8 p.m. Sunday in Memorial
hall.
This group is usually composed
of women and men from the University campus, but this year 11 of
the 18 men singers are soldiers in
the ASTP units stationed here.
These men are from Washington,
Connecticut. Florida. Iowa, Indiana,
and Ohio, and have given
time and talents to preserving the
traditional carol service.
Lee Crook. Lexington violinist,
will be the soloist, playing the Anfrom Mozart's
dante Cantabile
Fourth Concerto. Mrs. Lela Cullis
is organist and Mildred Lewis the
director for the program. The two
programs are free to the public.
The program is as follows: Processional It Came Upon a Mid- night clear WilIis. Fantile toT
christmas Day. Martin Shaw; Na- tivity Carol of Mexican shepherds,
Mexican-Gau- l;
And the Trees do
Moan. Carol of the Mountain
Wnites: xh- - straw Carol. Bul- -

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Event Set For
4 p.m. Sunday In
Memorial Hall

Winter Term
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Keith Vice Wins
For Top Essay
In Swift Contest

Keith R. Vice, Burlington, a senior in the college of agriculture and
home economics, is this year's winner of the Swift College Essay contest. He is now in Chicago attending the fat stock show as a guest
of the Swift company.
Vice is employed by the Farm
economics department at the Experiment station, and maintains a
2.5 standing. Due to the fact that
he has been absent from the campus, he is not associated with any
of the University activities.
In his essay. Vice related the various steps which are taken from
the sale of livestock until slaughter.
in
He described the categories
which animals and fowls are placed, and also of the inedible articles
that can be produced by using the
He concluded his paper by summarizing the handling
of dairy products by packing companies.

the fourth hour on any cycle be
ginning Tuesday or Thursday will
be examined during the fourth
period.
Wednesday during the first period, examinations will be given in
classes meeting the fifth hour on
any cycle beginning on either Monday or Wednesday.
The second
period is for classes meeting the
fifth hour on any cycle starting on
Tuesday or Thursday. During the
third period, examinations will be
given in classes meeting the sixth
hour. Classes meeting the seventh
or eighth hours, classes by appointments, and conflicts will have examinations during the fourth period.
No

final examination shall be
given before the last three days of
any quarter except with written
permission from the registrar.
In the case of a conflict, the instructor involved shal report this
fact to the registrar at least two
weeks before the final examination
period. In such a case, the registrar shall decide when the examination is to be given.
The final examination in orientation shall be given at the last
regular class period before the final
examination period.
If an instructor wishes to give a
final examination, he may
do so, but the examination must be
period
given within the
assigned.
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Away in a Manger. Martin Lu- King,
ther; Glory to the New-BoNegro Spiritual, sung by the Men's
Chorus; A Merry Christmas, Eng-- I
lish Traditional imany of the Eng- lish carols deal with feasting and
merry-makiinstead of the re- -I
ligious significance of Christmas.)
The following are to be sung by Boyd.
the audience and chorus: O, Come,
All Ye Faithful. 13th Century Latin
Hymn; The First Noel. Tradition-'a- l;
O. Little Town of Bethlehem,
t Lewi
Redner; Hark! The Herald
Angels Sing, Mendelssohn,
Students attending the Kentucky-Indiana
basketball game
There ' Were Shepherds. Carl
in Louisville tomorrow night
Mueller; Andante Cantabile. Fourth
$44.
will be admitted for 50 cents
Concerto. Mozart, by Lee Crook.
upon presentation of their stu'39, Violinist; The Virgin by the
dent ticket books, the athletic
Manger. Cesar Franck; The Sht)-herdepartment has announced.
Story, Dickenson.
Unless these books are preAdolph Bigge, Jr., is in charge of
sented, regular prices will be
The Freshman club and the Pit- lighting and the window is by Ruth
charged the students.
kin club will give their annual Haynes.
Christmas party for the children of
Lincoln school on December 15.
I Curtiss-Wright
Each child will be given a sac'
of candy, an apple, and an orange
by a student portraying
Santa
Claus.
Boxes for donations for the party
Curtiss-Wrigwill
corporation
have been placed at various places
will be begin its second course for training
and your contributions
gladly received, according to those college women for engineering po- University
in January.
sitions
in charge of arrangements.
women interested in enrolling may
By Shirley Meister
receive complete information at
Question: What do
want
women.
the office of the dean of
Applicants must be at least 18 ' Santa Claus to bring you for C'hrnt- -'
Three-Da- y
years of age and have completed mas?
a year and a half of college train- Jennings Kirhy. AAS. freshman:
ing. Experience has proved that Plenty of good food.
Dr. Andres Eloy Blanco. Vene- they must
be of high scholastic
Pvt. Matthew stern, Patterwn
zuelan statesman and poet, has ar- ability.
Advanced algebra and trig-- ; hall: A discharge.
three-da- y
rived at the University for a
year
onometry are required, and a
Jimmy Morris. Campus Book
visit. While here he will be the of college
mathematics and high
house guest of Dr. and Mrs. Her- school or college physics are desir-abl- e Store: A new switch for my elec-- !
trie train.
man L. Donovan and will be enterbut not essential.
tained by Dr. and Mrs. Frank L.
Pfe. Ben T. White. ROTC: A
During the ten months of train- McVey who met him while in Veneing. room, board, and tuition are oaart of whtskey and a paper doll
zuela.
Jean Lowery, Education, senior:
furnished. In addition, each worn- Dr. Blanco, who spoke on South an receives ten dollars a week to I would like to see one nice, sweet
American literature yesterday in cover
incidental expenses. Upon soldier on this campus with a smile
the Browsing room of the Univer- completion of the training, they are on his face.
sity library, is in the United States assigned to engineering positions in
Pvt. Bill Kaechele. Patter-whall:
upon the invitation of the state decompany's plants.
Eight hours of extra sleep.
partment. He is visiting various the
Bill Barton. A AS. junior: A reincolleges and universities
on an
deer steak.
cultural project.
Sgt. Oscar Baron, Patterson hall:
Deputy from Caracas to the Ven
Any month of the year on the Var-g- a
iezuelan Congress and
HolidilVS
calendar.
dent of the Democratic Action1
party. Dr. Blanco Is a correspondent
Pfe. Jack Heifer. Patterson hall:
Or
for a Venezuelan newspaper and a
A six months furlough
every six
The YMCA will meet during the months.
member of numerous organizations.
Christmas holidays for the ASTP
In his native country, he is best
Julie Landrum. A AS. sophomore:
known as the creator of "Juan men on the campus at 6:15 p. m. An engagement ring: I don t care
on Tuesdays in the Y lounge of
Bimbo," a character representing
who it is from, just so it is an enthe common or forgotten man of the Union building. These meet- gagement ring.
Venezuela.
has ings will- - close the series on the
This character
CpL Graham Hi;iiM. Patterson
been adopted as a sort of symbol of three great faiths Judaism. Cahall: I want a reporter in my
tholicism, and Protestantism.
unity in that country. A group of
Discussions will be on the funda-- . Christmas stocking.
articles and books written by Dr.
Slueter. AXS. junior: A paper
mentals of the three faiths. The
Blando are included in the
display in the lobby of meetings scheduled are December doll that I can call my own.
14. led by Herbert Eaton; Decem-- J
Pvt. K. D. Glaneey. Breckinridge
the Library.
ber 21. a program of social and hall: The 1943 copies of the "New
singing of carols; December 28. led International."
by Ted Wirths; January 4. led by
Pvt. Allen Buhler. Brerkinririg
Bill Johnson. Leaders of the groups hall: A check
from home made ou'
How Green Was My Valley, fea- are soldiers stationed on the camto the University to make it posturing Donald Crisp. Walter
pus.
sible for me to finish my education
and Maureen O'Hara. will be
All students are invited to attend. after the war here in the
s.
shown at 6 p.m. Monday in the
Bluegrass room of the Union buildPvt. Bud Sherrard. Kinkead ball:
ing.
A furlough, a brunette, a substanWhen Tomorrow Comes, with
Martha Koppius. Lexington, who tial increase in pay. a new fatigue
Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer,
suit, a choo-cho- o
of Pittrain, and a
will be presented Monday, Decem- was formerly
kin club, has been named president round trip ticket home.
ber 20.
Topper Takes a Trip, featuring to replace Jimmy Hurt, Hardburly.
Virginia Kosen. AJiS, junior: A
sprinkle of Alan Ladd, a dash of
Constance
Bennett and Roland who recently resigned
Bill Embry. Lexington, was elect- - Humphrey Bogart, and a garniih.
Young, will be shown Monday. Deet
of Gene Kelly drajsi!ig agaia!
cember 27.
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Ticket Books
Must Be Shown

full-tim-

Exam Dates Are Scheduled
For Finish Of Fall Quarter

Two Programs At

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Bob Burkhardt

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With the addition of the new
members, the party ratio stands at
1
19 Independents and 10 ConstituIncluded in the new
tionalists.
group of members were Miss Weath
erspoon, Constitutionalist; Richard
Hunt and Alice Benton, Indepen
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dents, who were victors lor tne
quarter will open
The winter
other two contested positions, arts
and sciences underclass man, and Tuesday, January 4. with classifieducation upperclass woman, re- cation tests, physical examinations,
and advisory conferences for all
spectively.
new students, it has been announcAlso installed in office, though ed by Leo M. Chamberlain, dean
unopposed in the election through and registrar of the University.
mutual party consent, were the folRegistration and classification of
lowing: Alice Watkins, senior from
will be held on Wed- upper- - all students
London, arts and sciences
nesday, January 5. Class work will
class woman. Constitutionalist; Bill begin Thursday. January 6.
Embry, sophomore from Lexington,
The following alphabetical schedcommerce man at large. Constituule will be used for registration and
tionalist; Betty Anne Ginnochio, classification:
sophomore from Lexington, arts
A through B. 8 to 8:50 a.m.; C
and sciences lowerclass woman, through F. 9 to 9:50 am.; G
Constitutionalist.
through K. 10 to 10:50 a.m.; L
Betty Lee Fleishman, sophomore through N, 11 to 11:50 a.m.
O through S, 1:30 to 2:20 p.m.;
from Lexington, arts and sciences
p.m.; mis- inrougn z:ju io
Independent ;
lowerclass
woman.
Charles Shelby, sophomore from ceUaneous, 3:30 to 4:30 pjn.
Thursday. January 13. is the last
Salem, agriculture man at large.
Independent; Norman Chrisman, date on which one may enter an
Junior from Pikeville. engineering organized class.
Ail
upperclassman.
Independent; and
iresnmen ana au
other new students, except those
Helen Bradford, junior from
agriculture upperclass enrolling in the graduate school,
must have their tests and examinawoman. Independent.
tions completed before they will be
permitted to register, it was pointed out. These students should report to the office of the registrar
for the tests.
Seniors who will graduate in
Students entering the University
December may obtain stateafter the regular registration perments excusing them from exiod will be charged an additional
aminations at the office of the
fee of one dollar per day, the total
registrar, it was announced
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not to exceed three dollars.
yesterday.
e
students, ex-- 1
Fees for
cept in the law college, total. $35
for those who are in school this'
quarter and $41 for new students.
Law students are charged $38 and

The nthpr npv lipntpnnnt.c a rp
Leonard B. Allen, Cleveland. Ohio;
Robert J. Ammons. Lexington: Wil- liam M. Floyd, Eminence; James
Monroe Leer. Millersburg; David
McCord, Lexington;
M.
Samuel
McElroy, Morganfield; Gerald
Schaffer, Henshaw; John S. Swift,
Lexington; William M. Deep, Leb
anon: David Collins, Frankfort;
John P. Neely, Louisville; Carlisle
Phil Cutchin, Murray; Walter
Houston Thomas, Lexington; Gus
E. Hank, Paducah; and Hudson L.
Hatcher, Berea. They were graduated from the University in 1943.
At the end of a
delay in
route, they will leave for undisclosed destinations.

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Over 100 draftsmen are being
ought by the United States Civil
Service commission for work In
federal agencies, it has been

While at the University, Bohnak
was business manager of the 1943
Kentuckian, a member of Pershing
Rifles, military honorary; Keys.
soDhomore men's leadershiD fra- ternity; Lances, junior men's hon- or ary; Lamp and Cross, senior
men's honorary; and Scabbard and
Blade, military honorary. He served as president of Delta Chi, social
fraternity. He was named last year
as one of Kentucky's representatives for Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and
Colleges.

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Students Will
Register Jan.

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At Annual Christmas Dance
At Union Tomorrow Night

oaices!

Ten student legislators, including
Norma Weatherspoon, the winner
In last Friday's
run-o- ff
for arts and sciences up- perclass woman, were installed in
office last night at the regular SGA
meeting.

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Bohannon Is
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other rail centers important captures. The German staff has sent
up manv reinforcements but they
Reappointment of Celia Bederhaven't been able to check the advance of the Allies or to regain their man, journalism senior from LexeQUipment lost In the early phases ington, as editor of The Kernel for
the winter quarter was announced
of the Italian campaign.
yesterday by the Board of Student
Jeopardized
Japs
Publications.
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liberators and Mitchells have
Alice Watkins. Journalism senior
dropped 179 tons of explosives on
the Jap air base at Cape Glouster. from London: Norma Weather-spoojournalism senior from FulCape Glouster is on the tip of
New Britain and is one of the Jap ton; and Betty Bohannon, journalhinging points of her entire outer ism senior from Versailles, were reempire.
The troops of General named to their posts of managing
MacArthur on nearby New Guinea editor, news editor, and business
are also giving the Nips plenty to manager, respectively.
think about. This last air raid left
Appointed to serve as assistant
the entire base afire and caused news editor was Bettye McClana-havery serious damage. In this same
journalism junior from Dallas.
sector on New Britain's south cen- Texas.
tral coast, the bombers and surface
Bill Spragens, journalism freshcraft have been pounding at the
Oasmata airfield. On the ground man from Lebanon, was ' named
the Australian troops in the Guinea sports editor, and Garnett Gayle,
CELIA BEDERMAN
jungles and on Kuou peninsula journalism junior from Lexington,
editor of
. . . has been reappointed
have run into a few stubborn Japs was chosen society editor.
who are retreating to their mounJanet Edwards, journalism junior The Kernel for the winter quarter.
tain strong points.
from Rockford. I1L, was reappointed assistant managing editor.
Headlines of Interest
Miss Bederman. wno has been
"Moscow Meet Forges 'A Single
editor since last March, is a memSword'"
The United Nations have agreed ber of the Board of Student Pubto work as one and as a single lications and of Mortar Board, senbrain and a single heart to defeat ior women's leadership honorary.
She was selected this year by Who's
the Axis.
Who Among Students In American
Universities and Colleges. A form
Bond Donations
Both General Eisenhower and er member of Cub club, she is a
one Private Twain have sent war member of Theta Sigma Phi, naShe
bond gifts to the treasury depart- tional journalism honorary.
ment to further the mar effort in was a member of Alpha Lambda
hopes their contributions could Delta, freshman scholarship fraterhelp. More than 40.000 persons to nity; a member of the Union pubdale have given (5,106.989 to the licity committee; assistant editor of
government to aid the war. Each the University bulletin; and a fea- and everv gift is carefully recorded ture writer toT tne Ys 0,1 sh
nrt th.nk .r
nt tn
mhn has served as a reporter, assistant
managing editor, and
donate
editor of The Kernel.
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Bederman Renamed Edito l7
Weatherspoon, Watkins To
Retain Kernel Editortal Posts

General Clark's Fifth army has
8m ashed Into the German winter
gain in the drive
line for a
toward Rome. The most spectacular part of the entire engagement
was the terrific bombardment which
was laid down in front of the advancing troops. This hail of fire
has been described as one of the
greatest in modern warfare.
The British Eighth on the other
end of the line reached the town
of San Veto and made this and

bids may be obtained at
' time
at the dean's office.

Two Years Of War

UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

By Don Lail

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Mnry Lillian navli. Adele Drnmin, Marlon Douglass, Betty
Fleishman. Alice Freeman, Mary Jane Gallaher, Garnett
Claylei Catherine daman. Luck Ann Hawkins, Bernice Herman.
Carolyn Hill. Frances Jenkins. Eleanore Keetl, Frances Keller,
Mildred Lour. Slilrlev Melster. Ruth Perlmutter. Pat Pollack.

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lioards thev must choose between defense work
for which their college training mav not have
prepared them, and nptioriunities in their
tliosen fields. Thev must decide whether thev
tan serve licst on the production line or in the

field in

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Din ing exams students discover that the best
plated notes in cud and sweater oftn go astray.
Willi the shoitage of eggs, cream, and liquor,
inanv good keniuckians ate going to latk the

Chiisimas "spirit."

of the lonesome twosome. It
seems that the other half, just
lie fine press time Thursday,
wandered out by the tree in
front ol MtVev hall, anil saw
sign 'about "Beware thar's
mistletoe up tar." Anil coyly,
very olv, she dtiosited herself
tut the bench under the tree, as
she noni halt-- Iv practiced what
some might tall a "come hither'
look. I hat was Thursday she
is still sitting under the mistletoe. She is still tasting "tome
Nothing has
hither" looks.

h:qienetl.

lrty Tei
Betty Lee Fleithmon

Hall.

Worn

with

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a journalism

louitest of

junior.

his(ROIC

imiloiiu. it's just another drab
blatk lie. Mm just where it
goes under his toat. the lie
hursts into glorious color alternate stiiHs of trllow, ma
roon. and blatk.

Ill our column l.et week we
accused Company A of licing
antisocial for not giting a

dame. Captain Iotell pokr to
the men at fotniaiion.
Said Captain Powell: "I htar
Another fashion note is fne
that we are upiMsetl to lie antihair worn bv Junmie Hurt, or social. Well, ihe ghLs
can go
should we sa. NOT worn by
V'ke a long. bro. tliiiiiuie Hurl. He calls ii
jump in the lake! ! '"
Kollt." Seems mm immate riiniiing
Dear. Captain Powell just to
Mill wielded
nwnver.
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the lawn
redeem ourselves in vour escs.
(If we wanted to lie rornv we'll
we wish to offer a io.im fur the
say in pun: He cut tiff mower
toiiipans's stag pariv. In Cam-pa'
than he sliotild've.)
A: Mav vnu have a
" ':
k it it
good time next S.u
he- was
Note of pathos .(no.
not one ol the Three Muske- unr.iv night!
teers!) in this week's crop of
Ntni- thai we have gitcn "up
lileiart lloisam is the folUrwiog
business of
sian.i. i out ributetl b t nnings our monev-makinselling public itv in our column
who answered our
Rcai l
lor more words to the epic at the rate of Ihc a mention, we
.tlxitii "Get lt. get off. vnu rail- find that we are otertaken bv
an acute shortage of that tliv
road Ml'M!"
raMcful item called monev. We
is
M kftlMMlk
Though llll
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have had futile link in bumeniptv
Ami m heart is full of shame ming coles, chewing gum. anti
ndv off of our friends. (Ftl.
I'm a thotisaiMl utiles awav
note: They have no friends.)
hunt home
We must hud a substitute
list waiting for a train.
Seems the sting is a whi bang quickly.
We olfer a commission of ihe
of the era of 1913-14- .
mi in
ret ii !cl bv a twanging voiced take to nit person who will pass
scheme on
tola I who was that period's Rov any, monev-makinRogers. We are glad to kniw lo us. We would gladls snafth
the last bread crumb from
the historv of this
epic. Someday we'll' publish the starving child, so anv scheme.
one aliotii. "Don't run imw the illegal, underhanded, inhuman
will suffice
i ftulv.
Roundhouse. Nellie. He Can't
n

So till by myself I want to
wish u really Merry Christmas
to all our readers. (May liT)TH
of ou enjn it.) Have a peat
"iiov! It'u sure fTCit to be ashore and !el sea lo.!, '.....:?"
time..tlon'l think about war
or si hnol.
),
En joy this Christmas.
and hojie Aor even pray) that
you tail enjoy Christmas,
in a icild of prate.
Mullet in She, tame hack alBy Pfc. Ed Barnes
ter someone tossed her a nitkel
to save "another drunken bum."
Well, there's one good thing about Allen and Kappa Allie Webb have
Ail I.ibbing. Inc.. a merit
EXAMS . . . it's the only time of decided to take that fatal step. . . . From
agree a womyear that
newly commissioned offi- Christinas to all.
if these
the
fc &
an's place is in the home, after all. cers dont stop marrying the UniBy the way boys, if you think you're versity
Dean Holmes will
Alter talking to Governor
s,
soon be out of a job. . . . besides Simeon Willis for three minutes
really getting over
just remember most girls do their that, we poor little Pfc's will have
the Republican's inauguno incentive to travel the road to alter
Christmas hinting early.
ration. Mill Marlon is eonvinied
Most of th