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Card Section
Is Abandoned
Snkvs card section "ranted approval onl lust n Is - li.H
lieen discontinued at l .ist lor tins M'.ir .is tin' tcsiilt t a will
melee of card throw inn at Salurdav s nhiii n-- l kl lixillull o.itne.
thletic Director liernte Miiw
requested tin- disc oiitmu- .iik i' in a letter tit tlic student pep oru.uuatiou
l!f ports to Silky indl alert that
at least Inn persons rrr injured
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In his letter to Sukv. Mr Sliue-l- y
said. "The throwing of the iirds
in the card .section at Sat in da V
riiuht's earne forces me to request
Sukv to do awav with the rard
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An editorial discussing Saturday
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the subsequent discontinuance of
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ji lists will bp featured Thursday night when Stan Krnton brings his Festival of Modern
American S. ii Stars In the Coliseum. They are tup row I. to r Art Tatum, Stan Krnton. Shorty
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Rogers, a.ffoirlie Ventura: (bottom row, I. to r.l Candido. shelly Manur, Mary Ann MrCall, and
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Stan 'The Man '
Heads Jazz Show
Thursday Night

Rush Plan
Will Benefit;
Small Frats
Changes

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inlormal

rush

and Iraternity academie standards ;md the selection ol Hilly
May to play at the annual ll'C
Y1k ol modern jadom will appear with "The
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the
' in. the Community Concert dance were approved
J'estival of Modern American Ja.
Iiiterlrateriiit Council this
and Lec ture series at 8:15 p.m. Thursday in Memorial Coliseum. week.
modern musical autyrgations- - Stan Kenton's
Three i i
The revised plan, adopted Tuesorchestra. Sh. itv lloners and his Ciants, leatnrini; Shelly Mamie, day night, allows fraternities with
ill or less active members to conand the Cluilie Ventura (Quintette w ill hiuhliuht the ja
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festival now cclehratihU its second year.
Other Jaax greats featured on Tatum. another ol the lenders in
the program ol progressive music Thursday night's Coliseum perinclude the jaw master of the formance.
piano. Art Tatum; bass handled
Tutum has an increasing reperby Slam Stewart; Everett Barks-dal- e tory ot selections which he has
on guitar; Mary Ann Met all Worked out in his unique blendinu
will handle the vocals; the sensa- of jazz feeling
and technique.
tion of the fcuitar, Johnny Smith
The vocalist of the jaaz show,
and the ultra modern sounds of
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salute to the I'nited Nations w ill he ohscrved on campus net week with displays,
conferences, and a series of
talks on dillcriit phases of l'

operation.
The week-lon- t;
prog! am, sin-- :
soted by the campus Leaiiue ol
Women Voters, is an annual
tempt to focus attention on activities of the world-wid- e
orvamatioii
.
Dr. Samuel
Inman. noted
I'nited Nations authority, will
speak on "A New Strategy for the
I nited Nations" at 'I a.m. Monday
in Ouignnl Theater.
A second speech by Dr. Inman.
in conjunction with UN week, will
deal with "The Near Hast, the
Arab League and the Communist
Threat." It is scheduled lor Monday noon in the football room of
the Student Union.
Dr. Inman is a former adviser
on foreiKn affairs to the State Department and consultant at tiie
UN conference in Sai Francisco
in 1945.
He is the author of some 15
books and has recently written approximately Kit articles for the
new edition of' Collier's Fncyclo-pedion which he serves as an
associate editor.
President of Worldover Pre.so,
Dr. Inman is alflllaled with the
Federal Council of Chun lies' Commission of International Goodwill.
He was a member of the factfinding mission of Christian leaders
sent to the. Holy Land to
the practicability of the UN

the
remainder
semester while limiting the larger
chapters to one- - week beginning
Friday. Semester rushing will affect Alpha Sigma Phi, Alpha Tau
Omega, Farm House, and Tau
Kappa Fpsilnn.
The IKC also voted in favor of
Dean of Men L. L. Martin's recommendation to change the fraternity academic standards. The proposed plan, subject to faculty ap- Jerusalem Internationalization
proval, places, academic stand. nt plan.
Born in Texas and educated at
on a semester rather than a yearly
Columbia University. Dr Inman
basis.
Dec. 11 was selected as the date lived in Mexico for 10 years. He
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Warren I.utz. UK band director,
reported
'hat two instruments
were broken by the I lying cards.
The card section, which had
planned to present several tricks
before the half, was no a tile to do
so after spectators knocked down
its speakrr svstem. A futile attempt was marie to present several
tricks without the use of the
speakers.
('alley Moncure. Sukv member
m charge of the rard section, said.
T have never been so sick in mv
hie We spent so much tune and
el fort to make this the most
card section ever
"Card sections wink at other
st'h",s' 1 ""'l s,," 'hV '
More than 100 cards were lost
or mutilated in the throwing
A rommitlee has been appointed!
by Suky to work In conjunction
with the Student Oovernment Association in hopes of having a rard
section next year.,
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Shorty Rogers.
Mary Ann Mi ( all, w ill sing Mings
Many muse critics have ac- that made her famous and have
claimed the Jh?. Festival as the
greatest sm.le contribution to kept her famous since I'lt.i. The
modern jazz. Special arrangements vocalist has been described as the
have been co..i posed and new Ideas gal whose voice Is what jazz is all
incorixii ated in this second edition about.
of the Kent. i, presentation.
Kenton will b at the helm of
the show Thi.ctav ninht, conduct- Inn his In rue :..udein orchestra in
an array of y. iz talent.
"Modern America's Man of Mil- - '
sic" Is the only bandleader to have
the distinction of winniim the' '1 w entv seven fraternities and sororities will
Downbeat
orchestra award on
participate in the annual Lances Carnival
three different ccca.sions.
Although Kenton considers him- l(l:'i() tonight under the north
self a name Californian. and it from 7:30 to
was there hebeijan laying the side of the Stadium.
foundation ol his musical future.
The winning fraternity anil sorority fll tlic
he was born in Wichita. Kansas,
To launch his "Presentations in queen ami ImmiIIi contests will
awarded
Progressive Jn:'7" In 1947. Kenton
trophies at the Carnival Dance, to Ik- - held
returned to E.ilboa. It was then
that the jazz leader decided to from S p.m. to midnight tomorrow. The
forsake the ballrooms in iavor of
Carnival queen also will 1m- - crowned at the
the concert state.
His third venture Into modern dance.
music began In ltjO, climaxed by
Lances, the junior men's honorary fraternity, has
the Hollywood Bowl performance purchased over $05 in trophies to award the queen
novations." Follow- - and the winners m the fraternity and sorority
of Kenton'i "li.
log the Bowl concert, he reformed divisions.
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dance orchestra and
This h the first time the yearly carnival has been
returned to Balboa for the slim- staged under Mc Lean Stadium. According to Curtis
mer.
Songster, president of Laaicrs. the change will
The essence n! Jazz, the swinii-iiV- '. minimize the expense to booth sponsors, as inbeat, - the
et An dividual tents are no looter uccessury.

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The Carnival Dance tomorrow will feature the
music of Charlie Blair and his orchestra. The two
attendants to the Carnival queen will be presented
also in the coronution ceremonies.
Additional music will be provided by Frank Wagoner's combo. Tables and chairs will be set up in
the ballroom and on the terrace. Admission will be
r person to the dance
1125
A set price of 15 cents has been set for admission
to all booths this year. Curtis said. Judging will be
basrd on the quality of the booths and the amount
( money taken In.
All proceeds from the carnival and the dance are
to deused each year by Lances for scholarship
serving UK students.
queen was Marcia Wilder, Kappa
Last year's
troDelta: the Iraternity winner und runner-u- p
phies were taken by Kappa Alpha and Phi Delta
Theta respectively lu.-- t year. Delta Delia Delta and
Alpha Gumma Delta won first and second places
m tiie sorority division.
BKiih titles, queen candidates, and their sponsor
cm. test. Skeet
for tonight include Strrnuth-testint- i
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UK Contralto

Will Sing
At Musieale
Phyllis Jenness. contralto, will
present the second concert in the
Stindav afternoon Musu ale series
at 4 HJ pm. Sunday 111 Me morial
Hall.
Miss Jrnnesa has recently been
added to the music faculty and
this will be her first concert in this
area. She Is a graduate of Slate
Teachers College, Bridgewaier.
Mass., and has been a professional
singer and teacher In New York
e
past smen years. Tart
Citv
of Miss Jenness' teaching was aa
assistant to Orace Leslie, teacher
of singing, New York Citv Miss Jenness' experience In New
York included contralto arias in
the oratorios Messiah" and Elijah." and Havdns and Schuetz's
"Seven Last Words." 8he also appeared in the operatic roles of
"Carmen."
"The Medium." and
"The Old Maid and the Thief
Miss Jenness has been soloist in
leading churches In Hartford and
New York and is now contralto
soloist with the Second Presbrter-ia- n
Lexington.
Philip
Church.
Homer Barnes will accompany
Miss Jenness for this concert.
The next concert of the series
will be on November 7 in the O'.iig-i- h
I T in u i e and
uiil leatuie Got
doll Kiiu.ev. cell, s', i.ncl the University Ino
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Cardinal Spellmaii
To Speak Al UK

AF Shiln.ls
Urgin Kcliling
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indents
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Ihr editorship of Rill
(illilrr and Jack dlmir. inn
intilor journalism majors. Hie fnnr-lierrlcisrd for ihr
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tir-lime on Motidav. 1 lir
for the puhhcalion I ( apt.
li I Ki kard.
ll AKIto'lC c;ilet
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with the cudit'.s imnie unci
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title vill be arlrrtrrt
In tlir i ililori n the banit of
and originality. Ihr
i lrl s name and thr winning
title
he pulilishrd in thr second
rill
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of Ihr paprr. A an added
for thr winner, hr will hr
I ne
I'Hit a an honorary taff mcm-ir- i
of thr piihliratiun.
In miikf
Vtive help Is mt'li-ikIunlet piiix-rim and c;ir- typuts,
Hcuoiters.
" nisi, mill coliimnis' s me nccrl-Il- s
success is di pi'lldrlit lliili
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books to be published
Philosophy In thr

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John II. Melrr. associate
rrnfrvuir of pliilosophv, is Ihr tillr
of a nrw book rxprrtrd tn br rr-- ,

thr

( nivrrsity of Nr-early in Novrmlirr.
The book is hnwd uxm a
survey rnnceniniR ptartnal
I! is
caelum: nf philosophy
to help viHiiii Krti'lii.itcs
(hn hie Just bciginmim philoophi-a- l
teaching
Unee hundred contributors md-Dr. Me!rr in wri'.tiv Ins boolc
History
lr. ( Irmrnt r( a Ion's i "A y"
of
oiifi
Soiithrrii
has
hook
bren selected thr
for Septrmher bv thr History Hook
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garment dry cleaned to new
and
looks" Dry clean often

freshness
t

the choral numlx-rs- .
N.ri ial meal srrvl.r for thr
will br uffrrrd at Uir Myden t I nion BoiUlin. thr Krrnr-lan- d
Kaer Track graiulsland, and
thr Christ thr King School cafeteria
Apprusimati ly 3.rvi0 hiijh si'.kmiI
pupils and all reliyivis orders of
iM he present.
tin :i and women

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of Ihr Month ( lub.
The national 01 H.iniMtion
numerous winks monthly
selecting the Ix'st in a historical
held.
Dr W. p Gilliam, a.ssnriate professor of history. Is in Washington.
I) C. duiiiK reseunh at the Library of Coiicress. He is working
o:i a forthcoming
book a biography of Robert J. BreckinridKe.

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Every

thr Catholic Klocrsr of ovintton
and I'liinO pilgrims arr rxprrtrd to
attend Special train, chartered
motor inajhis and rrivatr transportation will convey pilgrim to
I exinilun
Kpeiial musie for thr mass will
br sunn by thr bishop's choir. The
I'niversity brass choir will supple-rret- .t

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BECKER

MoM Dev. Karl J. Alter. Arch-tiisho- p
of Cincinnati, will br relr- brant of the I'ont ila ial Ma.s.s that
fulfills at 12 HO pm Most Rev
WilliHin J Mulloy. Catholic riislmp
of CovinKton, under whose ptitron-at'- e
thr pilnrimiiKe Is held, nil) lie
host In thr noted churchmen
Ihr pilirlmair Is for all within

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overall slandniB at id. is it senior in
of the Week. Kaye has h
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Home E( niiomic v
Ollires to Kaye's credit iiii lude president cf Pai.hellenic. president and ((inner rush chairman of Phi Sitma Smma. and both
:!if4 chairman of the Breakfast and Itetreat committee and lUfi")
roinmittce chairman for Religious Kmhasis Week fche is also
a llillcl member.
Wie was the 10.3 recipient of . Brandee's Scholarship for
Brandee's Leadership Institute In Santa Susana. Calif., and in
1954 whs a Junior staff meinlx-- r in charge of public relations for
Hiandee's Foundation.
in dietilics fur
Ihii year Kaye in doing student asiiiiaiit-shi- p
tlie Home Economics Department.
For these ouUUnditm achievements the Stirrup Cup invites
Kaye to enjoy two of ila delicious meals.

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11:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
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European Tour
Will lie Topic

Archcologisl To Deliver
Series Of Lectures

At Coffee Choi
A

"Student Tour Through
MU

brlhc

utoyrt of a talk

to be given by Miaa Ruth Averitt
ior the Coffee Chat program at
4 pn. Holiday In the
Htudent

Calls for teachers have been
plowing greater and prenter In the
Inst few years, Mrs. Katheruie
Kemper of the University Placement Bureau has noted.
Already this year the Placement
Bureau has received 7.000 calls,
the largest ever, nhich is almost
double the number of the previous
rnr. in mat year tnere were 4.500
calls wRh only 319 teachers available.
Of the 7,
calls, l,13 are from
Kentucky. The rest come from
practical It every state In the
t'nlon, plus Alaska, Guam, Puerto
Kico, Venezuela, and even Jap.ii
and Germany.
Mrs. Kemper attributed this- rise
to the war babies now entering
hchooli and the many new building programs now in operation.
The greatest number of calls are
for elementary school teachers,
while calls for Junior high teachers arc heavy also.
The average aaUry for a begin- -

Chi Delta Phi will meet at 3 this
aftenoon in the Student Union to
read manuscripts that have been
submitted
Chi Delta Phi. open to upper
class women, has requested any
eligible person who writes poetry,
short stories, or plays to turn
manuscript in at Dean Jane
Haselden's oflice or mall it to
Joan Albaugh, 4)H Hart Road.

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DRY CLEANERS

jAmthtr

Service and social activities for
this year were discussed and com- by the
mittees were appoinu-Kentucky chapter of Beta Alpha
Psi, national accounting
frater
nity, at a recent meeting in the
Student Union Building.
Oflleera for the riu- are William
Risk Kerd, prrsident; Henrietta
Schneider, vice rrekident: Nellie
Jambs, secretary and tieerge
treaioirrr. I'ruf. K. S.. Grady
Ix fa ullv advisor.
A fall. Initia'um is being planned
for accounting majors who have
qualified for admiv-ioiiMeetings will be lield the first
and third Tuesdays of caili month
at 7 p.m.

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REPAIR
SERVICE
LITERS

SHAVERS
2 DAY SCRYICE
ALL WOUC GUARANTIED

I have passed my thirty-fiftbirthday, and my dewlap (lt"o a '
iny trutiainusion iieedH.oil. More and more my eyes turn n.w.i I,
ri'iniiiiscinir, siftmir the pat, hrowsinir lovingly anions my souveioi s,
for at my time of life meinoru are all u iiiiui has.
Ami moft prifious are the niemoiu-- of cuili j;e. It Ktill maki my
pulsea quicken ami my old jrlamls !e;.p to hfe just to think of it.
used to call me,
Ah, I was
in r I hi a g then! "Swifty" my friend
nl.s" or "lievil Take the Moid
or "Kakchcll" or "( mlli--- t l l
mwt." My phone was rmpinir all the time. "Coinr mi,
u cohort would say, "let's pile into the old convi rtiM"
ami live up a torm. 1 know a place that -i rves all brim after hom
So it went niirht alter mail niht, kuks u pou kicks, sport Hint
wrinkled care ilei idi s. laurlitt r hol.lm hoth hi Miles, "t'otne on,
"("atuIlc-at-Kots would plead, "siiiK us
Kinls." ley
two hiimhvd verses of S"'i I Vmlrln"
hut firm snnle,
"No, my companion-,- " I would leplv with a
"we
turn liniiiiwiii-il- , (or t! r ecu k ha lon since crowed."
" 'Twa
laughing
would
not the eoek," thi-' 'Twas Sam Leghorn iloinif his inn' at ion of a cliiiketi!"
And, sure enough, 'twas. Cisuy, madeiip Sam Leghorn. I low T
miss his gaiety and wit! I never tired of iiearinir In imitation of
of linn. l it t
n chicken, nor he of civitiir it. I wonder what's
1 heard he was working
in Taconia.
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Soft os a slipper, light os a feother,
tough os rh desert itself.
Suppic sued uppers with plantation
crepe soles. Mode in England, sand
or chocolate brown.

ORISSES

TOPCOATS

Kentucky

illustrated i.

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OF ENGLAND

SUITS

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The Law School Admission Tet.
required of applicant's admission
u icaoing American law schools,
wiU be given by the Educational
Testing Service at over 100 ten- ters throughout the United States
on the mornniKS of Nov. 13. 1U54,
f eb. 19. April :3. and Aug. 6, 1U55.
The test features objec tive ques- Uoiik measuring
verbal aptitudes1
and reasoning ability rather Ulan
acquired inloi mation. Application
lyrms a Bulletin of Inhumation
containing sample questions and
generul mloniiauon may be oh- tamed
I..nv S hciiil AdmisKduc.itioi.al Testing
sion Te-L'O
Na,-aService,
Stri ct. Pritu
N. J. Completed apphcaln.iis
must be received at
ten days
be I ore the desired testing date.
Candidates shoi.1,1 make scp- arate applications lor admissions
to the law school of their choice
and, if the test is retained, should
inquire which date is preferred.

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To Meet Today

FROM CALCUTTA TO CONNECTICUT
FROM KHARTOUM TO KENTUCKY

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ner with a BA degree will be $"!.8nn
or Sl.iXIO. A few beginners have
taught nut of stale for t (KM).
Mrs. K em tier urges all students
graduating in January. June, "or
summer school that want Jobs to
register immediately in her office at Room 107 in the Admiin.s- trvUon Building.

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The program will include talks
on "The Archaeologist at Woik In
Palestine i illustrated
pm. Tues- !tay: "The Faith of Karly Israel."
10 a m. Tuesday: "Archaeology and
History." 3 pin Tuesday.
"History and Tbevlogy in the
Old Testament," Rluegram Koora,
Student I nlon. 10 a.m. Iharxlav;
"ILecunklriM ting an Ancirol
(anuaiiite
and Phoenicians"
illustrated I. Kluegrass
Hoooi, Student I nion. 4 p.m.
Thursday: ".rrhaeolorr and the
Old Teslamrnl"
illustraledi
p.m. 1 hurdav.
"The Dead Sea Scrolls and
Christian Origins"
illustrated i.
Bluegrass Room. Student Union.
10 a m. Friday: "The Hebrew Con- tribution to Wesiein Civilian! Mm."
3 pm. Friday; "Arrhaeolovy
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Prance, Switzerland, and Italy
will be the main countries dis- rusted. Mb Averitt. home fro- notnlca tearhw at Lafayette Hiah
School, will also kIiow ilidea of
Austria. Germany. Belgium, Hoi- land. Etiftlund. and Scotland, which
made while on a tour of thcae
country thu aummer.
fetwdy Abraad- - apatuored
tke Iraduig scholar, aut hor. as well as
tmir UJu-- by Miaa Av-- ! archaeologist. Dr Albruht ix tiro- ertU
U Denniaaa oHrge U- - few
of Semitic laiifiuaiira in the
deal.
John Hnnklns lliuvprtitv 11m
Coffee Chat is spoored by the holds honorary dot Kcau-- Jroiri St
Student Union Board. Prosiania
Yale. Trinity College
are held every two wceka in the Andrew. Upala. Utrecht. O.lo.
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Music Rx)in. with Martha May an and other universities
committee chairman.

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bailing Palestinian art luunlotfisl.
I)r Albnuht
Is an honorary
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MrmartaJ Hail u4 are teamdalrd niemher of many learned hoc ii tie
Tavadar UirwiaM4 Friday. 1 hr including the Royal Danish. rVm- afeafcrr will a Intra wed by lr. Isu. and Irish Academies, and tlie
Joaah H. . Kkiira. head ol Ike British Boriety for Old Testament
'tudy.
DeaarOnrnt of Aaeirui
Three of his moot famous twioks
and I jinraiare. wbm dearrUtra Dr.
AkUricht aa "profcaidv the greatest are the "Fxcavatinn of Tell Beit
Mirsun." "The Archaeology of Pal- e
Palratiniaa Ariiar4uia o
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Oil, we were a wild ami Jolly iranir in those days. There was Sam
leghorn with his poultry iiinta' ion. There wa Mania Watts who
alway wore a lampshade on her head. There was Freddie ('mini
curried twi.
who stole a dean. There was t ap IJueeir who ttl'a
steel maihks in his hand. Theic was tmily Uanip who gilded Inc.'
house mother.
Yes, we were wild ami jolly, ami the wildest and jolliest wa I . . .J
But tu t rl j h t way. J Hush to admit that in jny frciliinan ear I
Wa tlull, stochry, ami nornui!. I fmilly forrcted this loathcson.i
condition, but Tor a wldlo it was toueli and no. And. dear reaur
ho Warned: it can happen to you.
especially dear firthiiuni
The makers of I'hilip Morris liave boujrlit this space so I can
brinjr you a nusfinre each week. There is no more important mess.n
can (rive you than the following: College can be beautiful. I'on't
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louse it tip with studying.
That was my mistake. At first, C'.w. d by colli de. I studied d Jitucli
I turned into a tln ary,
that
ermiture, mhject to
nnd faintir.? tit. For n yenr thJs ri:ni:il rordmon prevailed - Put
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real function of o i'.'co. And what is tlmt? I'll
then leariu'd the
you what: to pivpai'' jwi to face tin- reabtus of tin' world. And
what do you need to face the real.t.es of the world? I'll till jmi
poise? I'll
what poise, that's what J ou need. And how do you
tell you how: not hy kiepmy otir rio-- c in a hoi.k, ou may he stir-(If course mi
x Live! Knjoy! . . . That's how yon fit poi.-have to study, hut he poised uno.it it. Ilon't le like some ekd
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who spend ( Very single tiiirht hni
"t o ly are they
in a
learioni; poi-itla y lire also eroii.i (r tl.i-iechaiis. The Iruiy poised
Lett, r than to maki- the whole eun tor hideous with
student knows
stuihinir. lie knows that the niiht before the eaiu is plenty of Uuio
to study.
Yes, I've heard that lots of people have condemned cramminjr. lint,
have
heard w ho those people are? They are the electric liirht ami
power interests, that' who! They want you to at up late and study
every ni(rht so you'll use more electricity and enrich their bulging
coffers. Don't be a sucker I
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Clearly, cramming is the only sensible way to Mudy. But beware!
Even cramming can be uverdone. Take it easy. Ou the ourht Ixforo
your exam, tat a hearty dinner. Then ect a date and go out and rat
another hearty dinner. Then pro park aomeplaee and liirht up a
Don't go
Philip Morris. Enjoy the peaceful deatux it
home until you're good and relaxed.
Once at home, relax. Do not, however, fall asleep. Thia ia tuo
relaxed. To insure wakefulness, choose a chair that is not ton
comfortable. For example, take a chair with nails pointing up
through the seal or a chair in which aowrlsMly ia alrrady aittinir.
Place aeveral packs of I'hilip Morris within eaay reach. (Jood
jrild tobacco help yon U relax, and that'a what Philip Morria ia
good tnild tobiMica. Uut PhiJuj Morria u itMtn than yuat gaud an Id
tobacco; it it alio cigarette paper to keep th good mild tobacco from
tpitling all over the pUeo. Now you've got th uncomfortable chair and tb Pbiiip Morris,
Now you need light. Uae the lit end of your Philip Morria. Do not
enrich the electric power witcrrats.
Read your textbook in a slow, poiaed manner. Do not underline. It
value of your book. Always keep your books in
reduce! the
prima
condition; you never know when you'll noed getaway
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At you read you will no doubt come across many thinga ou don't
Underatand. liut don't panic. Kelax. I'luy some record. Remove a
callus. Go out and catch some ni(rbt crawlers.
lie paused. Ktay loose. And remember if thingt really closo
In, you can always tu
up Uath.i.g.
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* An Old Friend Passes Away
Snky worked on its plans. Then came the
night of the game.
Three minutes after play U'g.m. the first
com-civccard went a whizzing through the card section. Then were some giggles, a few hearty
guffaws. Tlie team called another play. They
gained yardage. Another card went soaring
into the night and someone's head.
The first half eoded. Trie band played. It
was stirring. The twirU-T- twirled excellently,
ruit a sour note was heard from the Marching 100. Everyone wondered what in blazes
the words to My Old Kentucky Home are.
May resumed.
There were cheers. A roll of some odd
kind of paper went streaming over the heads
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The cheerlcudt rs
of the
hollered, the clowns clowned.
Then came tlie big May.
And SGA diil a lot with them. The" matAbout half a thousand hunks of cardboard
ter was carefully thought out. I'lans were went on their way to bump. Imx k and slash.
The band snliered sime intrumiitul casuali heeled and coimtert heeled. Hours of work
wen- - put on the problem.
ties.
Snky rnemlxT a cute
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Things were looking up.
Then, at the beginning of this semester, little thing was overjoyed as she shouted
someone again thought it would be nice to that she caught one of the throwers. They
have a card section. They told this to SG. converged on him. He had it.
SGA, in its usual manner, gave the matter
The State Police arrestee! hundreds of persons. There were pistol shots. A frenied frat
serious consideration.
Snky promised to leep a nice, sharp lookman committed Ir.ttercide. A man in the
out on the section. Woe be to the indepciir back row burped.
When the game was ove r, everyone agreed
dent soul who disregarded rules and tossed
his cardlxiard high into the air! They'd hae that Auburn and the curd section had had
him licked from the stands! Take away his it. No one cried for more than ten minutes.
a lesson m the
It was verv sad .
D card, Suspend him! Haul him to court!
The football squad practiced. The gloomy c?o:n of handing a loaded pistol to an idiot.
predicted art juiiirri,vittoi y"'.'Sk CKdbivCrd Section. We hope.
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The card section is deail. It !icel in a few
ling glory.
nimitcs of fluttering, bruin-linAnd there jnst aren't any reercts.
by Snky,
The card section was
Mndvnt pep organization. It was endorsed
by the? Student Gervfrnment Association.
Both groups may mourn, to greater or lesser
rtrgres of sorrow, at its death.
luist year there was a card section. One
or two cards uerc thrown. SGA went iuto
high gear, made a few bold speeches and
warned Snly to cithif manage the section a
little better or give it up.
Suly shook under the admonition and put
its best brains together. They decided they
would number the cards. They decided they
would let fraternities and sororities handle
the section. They suggested posting guards.
They did a lot.

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The first t p in a much needed public relations program for the University should he
a University sponsored plan whereby the
people of the state could he made aware ut
some of the problems now facing I'K.
In order to put over such a program, the
University would have to reconcile itself to
open the doors to some of its sore spots. For
example, there should be a detailed report
for publication on the University's needs
and of the funds which are needed to fulfill

them.
Such a report couldinclude in simplified
form an outline of thd immediate needs of
the University. Thi? report, which would be
made at least twice a year, could be supplemented with a pictorial description of University conditions and projects.

It stands to reason that the public, wlu'cli,
in the last analysis, controls the Legislature,
would be more inclined to demand that the
University le given the necessary funds it
needs if the institution's problems were understood more clearly.

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One step which would go a long way toward wiping out the unfriendly attitude held
by some of the most influential newspapers
m the state would lie tle elimination of
closed meetings by .the UK' Board of Trustees.

regulations now stand, the public
(through the newspapers) can learn of (Inactivities of the Board only by reading what
a reporte r may pick up from holding' a conference afte-- the meeting.
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This situation is unnecessary. A university
is a public institution and the actions of a
public institution should, by definition, be
thoroughly known by the public. No one
closely connected witn the University believes that shady actions tke place within
the closed sessions . . . but suspicions are
bound to crop up w hen the press is barred.

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st.itf which cooid iio a lot for the University
once given the signal.
If the University would coperate with the
press, the press would report accurately the
If these problems
University's problems.
were pointed out through the press, the people certainly would feel more enthusiastic
about giving the State of Kentucky a university to be proud of.

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