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The World
Whirls Ou
Stiarjler Chrunbrrl :iu
Realizing that tr.cir naval block-od- e
cf Get many has been a failure for the first seven months of
the war. Great Britain's cabinet last
week decided to pool the resources
of the government and place a blockade around Hitler land which would
be air tight.
Officials were informed at the
meeting that Get many s economic
condition was getting better as time
went on, that soon she would bi
stroi.g enough to begin another
"lightning war" like ti e one in Poland. They were told that it was
net enough to plaoe a cordon of
ship- - around the Nazi's coastline;
the Ge.raans had to be beaten at
their own game of bribing economic
concessions out of neutrals.
New Treaties
Immedia'j :ly it was decided to
treaties with
make new. iron-cla- d
the Scandinavian countries. Norway. Sweden. I;eland. Belgium, Denmark and The Netherlands ac
quiesced to England's pleas for co-operation cn a stricter enforcement
of trade restrictions with Germany,
ifnr tv rtiiila rlv the countries
agreed to watch carefullv any smug- .
g'.ing of iron ore into Hitlerland.
Buying Idea
In addition to these treaties, British diplomats were given the power
German agents in neuto over-bi- d
tral states, to prevent their

VOLUME XXX

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UNION DIRECTORS
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NEWBOARD
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April 11

Election Of

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Candidates, from whom the Student Union board of direstcis will
be elected next Thursday, were selected by the present board last
night In the Union building.
Eighteen nominees, eight junior
men
Junlr wemen, lour sopno- -

pur-

chase o fsupplies by bargaining and
bribery where there Is no chance
for a naval blockade. Of course, this
has been going on all along, but it
was only last week that Britain decided to" loosen her purse ttrirgs all
the way. Whether this expensive
method of buying unwanted goods
simply to keep them away from
Germany can continue long is a
Already the
point.
questionable
Chambeilain government has spent
$8,000,000,030 during this first half
year of the war as much as England spent during the entire first
three year period of World War I.

men, were approved by the board.
One half of each group of candi- cs will b3 elected by the student
body to fill the nine board positions.
Junior men approved are Bill
Karraker, Delta Tau Dalta: Bill
Nash, Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Dave
Graham. Alpha Tau Omega: Jimmy
Cook. Sigma Nu: Bufoid Hall. Sigma Alpha Epsiion: and Unci
Charley Martin, and Vincent Crowdus, Independents.
Representing the Junior women
are Lora Barrow, Kappa Kappa
Gamma; Frances Hannah, Chi
Omega; Ann Kirk. Delta Delta Delta ;
and Jeanne Bowne, Alpha Gamma
Delta.
Candidates for the three sophomore positions on the board are
Bill Penick, Phi Delta Tlieta; Grant
Lewis, Kappa Alpha ; George Tarrell,
Kappa Sigma: Bush Brooke, Independent; Mary LeBach. Chi Omega; and Jbne Mehne, Alpha Gamma Delta.

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Election of the queen, who will
rliifirn t It o annual fatr TVi festivities May 3. will he held next
Thursday on the campus. Bill Elder,
president of SuKy Circle announced
yesterday.
J""" committee iron, me oui- wh legisiaiore ana ine pep
will conduct the election. All men
students are eligible to vote for the
May queen, her maid of honor, and
four attendants. Ramona Perkins,
rwapij jjena, "rmra ocr me amy
cereinuuna ia.si car.
Included in the traditional festiv- ities. which are under the auspices
of SuKy. will be the parade oi
floats,
"Legends and Fairy Tales." is to
be the theme of this year's parade.
Trophies to be awarded the win- ning floats have already been se-tlected and will be placed on display
soon. Elder said,
Names of 24 candidates, two from
each sorority and six Independents.
will appear on the election ballot,
Each man voting will be permitted
to check six names, without making
any indication as to preference.!
Ballots with less or more than six
selections and ballots with written- in names will be void. Elder stated.
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Secretary of State Cordell Hull,
in a letter to Pres. Frank L. McVey, expressed deep regret that due
to the press of affairs In Wahing- tn. he would be unable to deliver
the commencement address at the
University on June 7.
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President McVey would
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short written tests on prepared
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Ramsey. All mast be present
fir Hie picture this time brvausA
no ether mill be taken.
All member of the Vonvrn'
Glee club are requested to drevt
frmall l appear on the program of the hi'h
lurrns-- i
banquet at 7:15 p. m.. IikI.h
in the Ulurravt room.

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sponsors pieture will be retaken this afternoon at 4 p. m. in
front of the armory, according
to an annuancement nutle yes-

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with several prizes being awarded
to the highest safe driving scorers.

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Honorary degrees will be conferrto dent the starting roles. A slight weight ad- ed on President and Mrs. Frank L.
vantage goes to the White team l. McVey, Gov. Keen Johnson, and
highways, and that the drive can
average poundage or 19d Justice Stanley Reed of the bnited
achieve its greatest results by in- with an
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Court by the
stalling an ever present safety con- per helmet as compared to hold for states Supreme commencement, Unia versity at June
the
feeling in the individual. their rivals, but the Blues
sciousness
backfield weight lead of 179 to 175. board cf trustees decided Tuesday,
The procedure to be followed dur- The White line tips 205 pounds per 'Conferment was recommended by!
ing the campaign received lengthy post to 189 for the Blues.
the senate.
discussion, and one plan, involving
No action was taken in the se- The possibility of either team
three simple phases, was especially launching its
attack into the air is lection of a succassor to Doctor Mc- bv the nresence of two Vey. whose extended term as pre.si- uy mc cuiuiiiiii.ee. ana uie nnai
expires July 1. Although it
passing wizards on each team. The
schedule will be released later.
Blues will have Dave Zoeller and had been reported that several car.- Major Hansen said that it might BiUy
firing line, while "dates were discussed at the meetBlack on the
be passible for the state highway
can retaliate with n. Judge Richard C. StoU. chair- patrol to provide trained examiners the White club
Ermal Allen and Phil Cutchin, a man, said mat none were omciany
from the patrol personnel for the
d
pair who can rifle considered.
campaign. The possibility of hold- - clinic mith tYia Qmirav nf Annie
Conferment of the honorary de- ing safety discussions on the nights rJVlklv
gree oa President McVey will cli- max 23 years of service to the Uni- nun i vi.viivu
vtiv uu
Each team will have one experiversity. He now holds A. B. and L. L.
mention.
enced and one untested end. The D. degrees frcm Ohio Weselyan, a
Those making the trip to FrankWhites will open with Harry Den- - Ph. D. frcm Yale. L.L.D. degrees;
fort were Prof. J. S. Mitchell, of the ham, letterman, and Carl Althaus,
training school. Bill Karraker, safe- - a freshman who looks taller than from Rollins college. Florida, and
university of Louisville.
ty wuiuuurc
uutuuuii, ousil
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.ol.,
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Brooke, publicity, and Owsn Cox, " ol"v "
"""'ZZ M;s. McVey, a native of Harrison
newcomer county and graduate of Vassar. has
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uuiujm cuiiiuuuiiuji.
Alan Parr will flank the Blue line. a master's dsgree from Columbia,
Prel'minary work for the cam- Captain-eleJohn Eibner, all conpaign has been underway for sev- ference selection last fall, and Sul- ssne was appointea tngnsn uisuucnere in iia, anc aean
eral weeks, and most of the com- ly Jacobs will open at the White tor 1921, which position she oi women
mittee's efforts have been aimed at tackles, with Walter Reed and Clark in 1923 when she married held un
Doctor
til
dispersing with minor details.
Wood at the opposing posts.
McVey. Last June she received the
campaign is under the joint,
The
A set cf newcomers, Bob Beeler Algernon Sidney Sullivan award as
sponsorship of the Student Union ar.d Ai ch Colvin. will from the a distinguished
Kentuckian.
Kernel, and is one of the White guards, while two veterans,
and The
Governor Johnson, former mem- many nationwide drives being proBob Palmer and Sam Hulette, a ber of The Kernel staff, was grad- moted in schools by the American reconstructed center, will start forluated from
the journalism depart- Automobile Association in an effort
ment in 1922 with a 2.7 standing.
Blues.
to increase safety on the highways.
The degree to be conferred on
Joe Bailey, one of the best pivot
The committee has already se- men in the South, will handle the Justic Reed, whose hom Is in Mays- cured the cooperation of the Lex- White center chores, while Mel villi, is a continuance of one voted
ington police department, and the French, out last year with the mis- - him last year.
It was not conferred
Bluegiass Automobile Association, eries in his knee, will center for the at that time because he was unable
affiliate of the AAA, has also offered Blue eleven.
to attend commencement, and there
its cooperation.
The logical successor for Joe is a University rule forbidding grant-- !
Most of the equipment necessary Shepherd
graduated quarterback in? of honorary degrees "in absen- for the tests will be ordered from position, Junie Jones, will open at tia".
the central AAA headquarters. that position for the Blues, while
Routine business included the
Washington, and the psychology de(Continued on Page Tivet
Continued on Page Four)
partment has placed department
equipment at the disposal of the
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Women's Banquet
Program Released

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Blue Dave Zoeller

White John Eibner

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Stoll
Zero hcur for the foot bail feud
is 1:30 with an exhibition mile run
sandwiched between halves.
The
baseball game is booked, for 3. H0.
student admission for the triple
feature will be the activity book
plus a tariff of 10 cents, although
the baseball bout may be seen for
nothing. Outside customers will be
taxed 40 cents for the three acts.
In the baseball feature Kentucky
will face the Ohio State Buckeyes,
Big 10 powerhouse, in the second
encounter of a two game series.
George Tognocchi.
ll
TiEiU
hander, is expected to open on the
pitching line for the Cats ui Sat-- !
urday's game with either Edcli- - Friti
or Ted Myer behind the bat.
At intermission of the footbau
clash. Paul Durban, John Montgom
ery and Jack Hentnng, three members of the Kentucky track team
distance corps, will present an exhibition mile run.
All proceeds from the attracucris
will be turned over to the K club,
sponsors of the show, to be used In
securing equipment for a new meeting room which was opened recently in the basement of Alumni gym.
Tickets for the football game may
be secured from club members, under the direction of President Bill
Boston, or at the gate Sarnrflay.

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1:30 p. m.

spring practhe annual intra-squa- d
tice battle will top the first K aay
spoils show, a thrie ring atiileuc
circus which alio includes track and
baseball, tomorrow aiternoon on th

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Petitions, Bids
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Saturday afternoon were
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The Kernel on the campus April 24,'
25, and 26.
White fquad of 29 members e?ch.
A roundtable d'scussion in the
To the retailer of this informa- Lafayette Phvto state highway patrol headquarters tion the tWQ camps are M evenly
-,
uncLvereu some uiipuiiaiu, lauu. re- matched as billiard balls and the
. . . for the coming year
toted to safe driving promotion. es- - best
to ick the winncr would
is Bill Karraker. compecially among college students.
to use the Wind
shftrp
merce junior, whose elecpoint of agreement of pm method
The initial
tion to the presidency of
meeting was that safe driving
the
Both teams
dict vi
the YM was decided at
is an educational job
involv ng
ponaMe and blushing
and serious training by the!
yesterday's ballot count.
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driver, and that a safe driving point
with pride to a lightning-- i
course of instruction in college curgeared backfield that features the
ricula is desirable.
running nf Noah Mnl- That adequate training is neces- - Iins and th- - hend-eve- d
nassintr of
sary was substantiated by Major rjaye Zoeller. their captain for Oie
Hansen who produced figures to afternoon. ,On the other hand.
h
show that
of the 30.000 White backers are willing to wager
Kentucky drivers tested last year their night shirts on their line
failed to piss the examinations,
which they claim is tougher than
while early 19W figures show that! a morning
after.
of 4992 drivers examined, 3.989 have
The Blue team enrolls nine la.st
vear letter men to eight for the
It was also brought out that !WWteSf but
teams will teeoff

Alternatives
If this new policy fails. Chamberlain has other alternatives. In case
William Karraker, commerce junhis money runs out and he can no
longer be the highest bidder for
ior, Lexington, was chosen YM
neutral products, he can threaten
president for the coming year in
them with a naval blockade and
the election conducted for the past
they continue to ship
starvation if
two weeks. He is the retiring YM
supplies to Hitler. But this method
secretary.
would merely lead the valuable litReceiving
tle neutrals into the Nazi camp and
the second highest
further Etrengthen Germany's grownumber of votes in the presidential
ing power.
election, William Blandford, agriFourteen freshmen will be ini- culture junior, Lebanon, will be
Another tentative plan is that
tiated into Key, sophomore honor- the new
Other ofsimilar to the one regarding neu- ary fraternity, at 6:30 today in the
trals whose borders joined those of Colonial room at the Lafayette ho- ficers elected were George Terrell
secretary,
Danville;
and Robert
Germany. In 1916. the Kaiser's tel.
Spragcus, treasurer, Lebanon.
neighbors had their imports raThe pledges are G;ne Kirkpat-ricRetiring officers are Thomson
tioned. That is, they were allowed
Indiana. Lmibda Chi Alpha;
to import only an amount of goods Leonard Allen. Cleveland, Ohio. Al- Bryant, pj esident; James Howell
total. It was
Charles Bradford,
equal to their pre-wpha Sigma Phi; Ivan Anderson,
believed that by tills method the Bellerose. N. Y Delta Chi; Tom treasurer; and William Karraker.
neutral countries would have to use Sawyer. Lexington. Delta Tau Delta; i secretary.
all their imported goods for local Dave McCord. Lexington, Kappi
Elected as members to the YM
purposes and would have none to Alpha; Oscar Hayes, Berea, Kappa advisory
were
board
Professor
Germany.
jeship to
Lysle Croft, assistant dean of the
Sigma.
Dave Kinnahd. Lancaster. Phi arts and sciences college. Professor
LAST MINUTE FLASHES:
Henry Moore, associate professor of
Linden In a sudden cabinet Delta Tlieta : Wallace Perry, Brook- economics,
and William Karraker,
shake-o- p
Prime Minister Neville lyn. N. Y.. Phi Kappa Tau; Harold
Stamping Ground,
Winston
Chamberlain moved affjrssiv Latbrem.Kaopa; Sam McElroy, Phi William Blandford, Thomas Bowling, and Morry Holcomb.
Sigma
Churchill,
to the board were Mr.
Pi Kappa Alpha;
fir 4 krd cf the admiralty, to the Morrow, Louisville, Sigma Chi; Sam Miles and Mr. A. L. Atchison. Leroy
Den
position of minister of all England!
armed forces to answer the British LaiL. Lexington. Sigma Nu: Jack
Aicken, Louisville. Sigma Phi Eppublic demand of a more aggressilon; and W. B. Lowry, Leitchfield,
sive war policy.
Other kev men chosen to aid Triangle.
The initiation will follow a dinner
Chtu chill and Chamberlain in theii
old members and pledges.
war council are Sir Kings-le- y fcrcharge of arrangements are Those
Stanin
Wcod and Sir John Simon. The ley Moore, Ted Meyers,
and John
is the third
rew cabinet shake-u- p
goverrment thift since the begin- Keller.
ning f the war. It followed cIjeJ
upon the election of a rew cabinet
in France, headed by Paul Reynaud.
( him hill Is a known advocate ot
After a heated debate by practia pesitive, forceful policy against
the Nazis. In the last war he eerved Program
And Decorations cally the entire membership of the
and
ac first Icrd of the admiralty
Student legislature, the proposal for
Will Be Based On
was largely responsible for the efabolishment of Hell Week was tabled
ficient blockade cf the British fleet,
March Of Time'
indefinitely at a meeting of the
and the victory in the battle of
group Wednesday afternoon.
Jutland.
Carrying out a program and dec
Many observers expressed the
orations built around the theme of
JOURNALISTS TO JUDGE
motion
"The March of Time," University "P"""" "lai llle
will present their annual dicates that the bill will be
Members of the Arkansas
banquet at 6 p. m., Tues- - manently shelved. Drawn up by
have
pres
association
Jim Caldwell (A & S. Jr.), the bill
submitted their papers for judging day. April 16, hi the Union ball- - advocated unconditional abolition of
in the annual spring contest ta the room
Outstanding women students will Hel1 Week observances after Sep- department of journalism. Papers
tember 15. 1940, with the suspension
from the Kentucky press group are be presented with the Mortar Board of charters as a penalty for insent to Missouri for judging this award, the Alpha Gamma Delta fringement.
award, and the Theta Sigma Phi
year.
Motions to refer the measure to
award. Recognition will be given to
for consideration
officers of the YW and the WAC, the a
outstanding freshman woman, and and to permit the student body to
students who made a standing of vote upon it were also turned down.
3.0 the first semester of this school The proposed
was to
By BOB AMMO.VS
year.
be composed of representatives of
Dean Tyrsa Amos, dean of wo the Interfraternity council, Pan- men at the University of Pittsburgh, hellenic association. Scabbard and
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is the guest speaker for the banquet. Blade, Tau Beta Pi. and Pershing
"Do you approve of the athletic She is the founder of Cwens, sophoRifles, the organizations which the
department's scheduling
home more honorary society.
bill would affect.
games to be played in Louisville?"
The motion for popular vote on the
MUSIC EXAMINER
bill provided that the question of
O. L. ShultE. Engineering freshabolishment be placed on the ballot
Dr. Edward J. Tutliill, secretary for the election of the student presman "No. Students have to pay
for a ticket for the game when they of the National Association of the ident and
on April
buy tlieir athletic ticket book, and Schools of Music, is examining the 29.
that amount is Just lost if they can't music department for full memberThe legislature approved a motion
get to Louisville."
ship hi the School of Music.
to conduct the May queen election
Vert Fraser, A & S senior "Yes.
next Thursday in cooperation with
It arouses the Louisville people to
SuKy, pep organization.
University, and
lake interest in the
with all the good athletes that come
from there, we need their support."
Ann Ford. Ag junior "If they
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would let the students sell their
The Carnegie Musicale society will
ticket books if they couldn't go, I
present a progTam of recorded inContracts for printing, enwould approve of it."
strumental music at the weekly mugraving1, and photography fcr
Gilbert C'her.iac, Commerce junior
sicale at 7:30 p. m., today in the
the 1941 annual, applications
"I think it's o. k. because they
Music room.
for editor and business mancould diaw better gate receipts."
The program will consist of varied
ager of The Kentucky Kernel,
Mary I llrn Mendenlull. A & S
selections, including "The Roman
and applications for editor of
junior "No. If we pay for it as a
Carnival
by Berlioz;
Overture."
the 1941 annual will b3 due at
home game it ought to be here at
"The Moldau," by Smetana: 'Moon12 noon Saturday, April 13, in
light Sonata." bv Beethoven; and
home."
The Kernel business office.
"Symphony No. 4", by Schumann.
Jack Hickey, A & S junior "I'm
Bob Nash, Chairman,
Students and townspeople are inin favor of it. It gives all the peoStudent Board of Publications
vited to attend the weekly meetings
ple in that section a chance to see
nf the socictv
Kentucky play."
blunt-spoke-

Rival Captains In 4K" Day Grid Fight

By JOE CREASON
Kernel Sports Editor

Wednesday to consult with Maj. W.
H. Hansen, executive director of the
state highway patrol concerning the

Blandford, Spragens
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First K Day Show Saturday On Stoll Field

Committee Confers!
With State Patrol Fast Blues To
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'pictures, inspecting county records,
Last week another former Ker- Student-Facult- y
Dirrini? n!Kr nwwwa Kpripr wTw.rt
Rmvh and interviewiinz ceonle.
prtirr
int. ortat. "TTnrl
Th
il- The citizenry in 1937-3sent Day's story, to- GrOUP Will lMeet' Grehan used to tell John F. ("Sun - Ice aud he knew
v.,", Tl.i.. nV.n.. Ka lurt.- - wot- uim iime ne was wanting on - inui getner wiin a searcning version ox
I N ION XOTIS
(were proud, sensitive, hair trig - his own to Time magazine.
The
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Today
First in a series of roundtable I editing i J'
ne
during
gered, and if it had ever got out result was a three - quarter page
Department of University extendiscussions on student-facult- y
rela- what he was doing he wouldn't have spread, issued yesterday, using one
p. m , Ballroom.
sion.
tions, previously scheduled for last that he was "the damnest, hardTuesday, will be held at 7:30 p. m. headedest editor this paper has ever, been allowed to stay in Breathitt' of the Day pictures and practically
Phi Delta Phi. 12 noon. Room 23a.
all of the statistics collected by the
Kentucky high school meeting.
Tuesday. April 9 in Room 204 of the had." This week "Sunny" Day's county very long.
Caustic, sandy haird Reporter txo local journalists,
p. m.. Room 110
caused him to
Union building. The subject for this
Said Time: "Long inured to the
pages Oa.y got his story. When published
Carnegie musicale program. 7 30
discussion will b2 "Methods of crash the almost crash-proTeaching, Quizzing, and Studying." cf Time, the weekly newsmagazine. It. together with the photographs. newsroom cry: 'Shooting at Jack-Th- e p. m.. Music room.
The discussions, arranged by the
Hish school art exhibit.
story began a fortnight ago1 cvered almost an entire newspaper: son!.' Reporter John F. ("Sunny ")
Immediately
it began
LW.v m UK
lay., nenuu
Folk Da::ce club. 7:30 p. in.. Bije-','iawelfare committee of the Student nhpn Rrpathilt Cnnntv
.Sheriff
room.
Government association, will then Wilson Deaton was shot to death draw results. Letters and telephone Leader scented a deeper story in
Saturday
continue according to a recently re- and the four men accused of the , "
.u.uli. uu.cu im.y iiu:
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o.'iuc vi intin truiii a camera, lie sspeni two cays
Ciuon dance.
p. ui.. Ballroom.
leased schedule, officials said.
slaying brought to Lexington for; i.cnun uii.,
indignant Breathittians. A tew of among Breathitt's '483 square miles
Kentucky hish school m.i'e'.;r.ij
what police officials termed "safe-- :
these complimented the story, a cf scraggy mountains and lean, in- p. m.. Rooms 110 and 2u4.
PEACE PROPAGANDA
keeping." Reporter Day, suspecting
great many protested against it, but fertile hollows.' Last week the) High school art exlubit.
this was no ordinary mountain
printed John Day's
Monday
on poslerc killing, thought there might be not one cf them attempted to deny Herald-LeadPeace propaganda
drawn by students features the ex- - something beneath the surface, de- -' Day's findings existed or refute his noteworthy report, suggestuig some
State lay VPA steering vummit- statements. The gist of most was reasons why life is cheap and pride tee. 12 noon. Room 23a
hibit prepared by Barbara MacVey, tci mined - have a
d
look
"yes, these things are true, but you is dear in Breathitt County."
Steering committee
arts and sciences senior, on the first at conditions in Breathitt.
p m.
shouldn't have said them."
The publication printed verbatim Room 206.
floor of the library.
Well did "Sunny" know that such
M. H. Holliday, editor of the "Sunny's" description of the coun Mrs.
Arranged
in conjunction
with
Phi Beta. -t n m.. Rjoui 2oe
Jackson Times, wrote the Herald- - ty: "Like a great walnut cleaned of
Tuesday's peace forum at Patterson "
Cancer control committee. 12 45
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...i.ww.wj. ..w. H"uc a u.uui.Loiii Leader a long letter urging readers its meat, it lies there a shell no p. m Room 23b.
hall the dispUy will be shown un
folk are. they do not like "outsiders: to look at the other sirt. 9
timber, no coal, no petroleum, no
til national peace day, April 16.
Huh school art exhibit
ir.eddlin- - in their affairs."
News- and protesting that the newspaper farm land really farmable.
It Phi Alpha Tlieta election of o31- i.avc IVJl.g Itmucu l.Ji: had "given unlimited space to . . quoted his statistics that Breathitt's cers. 4 p. m.. Room 204
yuri iiini
county as a danger zone, its citizen; a storv and Dictlires
valuation rirnnnpH
rt.'nirt total
Cromba
rhXflt B vn ri
a P'Ple to
e handled tactfully, tne most mikept homes, unsightly from $7205.920 in 1931-3- 2
to $5,052.- Toda
To Play
But he also knew there was a story
5 and unfortunate human be- - C07 in 1938-3and that there are Dutch Lunch club! 1100:1. Maxwell
waiting in Breathitt county and ings tnat could
ound thr0Ui)0Ut clliv three phvsicians in the entire Street Prcsbvterian
church
Miss
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At Union
state officials had told him condi- -, the whole county."
countv.
Angela. Arruda w.U speak on T
.turns there are worse than they: n evidently has
to no
It is too early as yet to note what. Came From Brazil."
Paul Cromba and his orhae eer seen them before, ana one that the entire matter was an effect this nation-wid- e
WAA
pubUcity will
practice. 4 pm.
chestra will furnish music for
impossible to rem- - attempt to aid the county by point- - have upon the situation. The Ker- -, Women's gym.
that it would be
the Student Union spring
tly "Otters until the state citizenry, tag out tne things
Students of sov eminent are urged
there which need nel predicts however, that the effect
p.
dance to be held from
were 1,lformed as to how bad they remedying. For his pains. "Sunny" will be for improvement.
Needless to attend the showing- at 3 p. m hi
m. Saturday in the Bluegrass
actually are.
ray received the other day a mes- - to say. this newspaper points with the Frazee hall lecture room of
room. Diess is to be inform"Sunny" then began to plague his: sa(!e informing him if he "ever set) pride to the fact that two of its' films on the takioj of the census.
al, and an admission fee of
city editor, showed him the story's foot on Breathitt soil again, you will former editors were responsible for
Amry Vandenbosch, Political
50 cents will be charged.
possibilities, got the assignment. He politely be escorted to the county bringing the Breathitt conditions
Science professor, said yesterday
stayed in Brathi't two d?.vs. t!r;'.'? line "
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to "head in", that we are loath to give it up.
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working and thinking and planning
courageously with a goal in sight.
We u.se the term "Fighting" in the
sense that a newspaper is recognized as a "fighting" publication,
and a person known as a "crusading" reformer. One may fight with
K CirOKCE T. L.VMVSON
the pen. the typewriter, the plow,
is a pretty dark picture
this trial year of
It
the pickaxe, the wrench, or the
Not that no rsy ot ngnt breaks tne cnua oi
brain Just as much as he can fight government.
with the sword and the trigger-finge- r.
pessimism, but the first student legislature has turret I up
We have used the latter for some deep-rootfaults that are unlikely to he cured for
thousands of years, and they have years to come.
failed.
First, you can write it down that the University student
There are occasions, perhaps.
wT'en the most idealistic thing may body is more interested in voting than any other phase of
soap boxing, revival
prove, in the long run, to be the the government process.
the students eat 'em up.
meetings, and pamphleteering
tnoH practical.
But when the smefce has cleared
and the campaign "literature" is shouting at full voic and
up, the student body just ing for so long they have gained an
turns over on the other side and audience which does not care about
politics but enjoys a good show. This
poes back to sleep.
Number two. the system of can- - audience will ote for the gripers
didacy is ruinous to good govern- - Ju-- t to see the fur fly.
But the griper, iastead of
Only feasible candidates.
ment.
By TOMMV IM'SK
(Continued on Paire ."our
viewpoints of "practical poll- or tlve
tics." are either the
Kappa Oal Tuttle can't under- gripers. All colleg ans do not fit
CORSAGE Ff.OWKKS
stand why KA Walter Stevenson into either of these pigeon holes.
OF ALL KINDS
hasnt railed her since the Kappa No. far from it. Wandering around,
dance. What's the matter. Walt? going to classes, studying in the
Are you playing "hard to get" or library, even in fraternity and
are you going to let KA brother
houses, are lots of good poMead Ferris leave you at the pott? tential officeholders.
Phoenix lintel
Phone ISntl
The other night Jack Graham
But they just don't get elected,
and Martha Blackwell got home at never will. They have not attracted
4 o'clock and used that trite story enough personal
attention and lack
of running out of gas on the fam- the necessary publicity.
ily. Ah! Spring has sprung!
Of the two groups that have even
Delt Carlisle Myers at last is a ghost of a chance of election, the
showing improvement in the hosthis year wer? in the
pital from his knee trouble.
driver's seat of the student government.
Before election, they had
Pins In S prm(
They
In spring a young man's fancy several years of
may turn to baseball but my prophheaded committees, the