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The Kentucky' Kernel

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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

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Two scholarships
totaling $500
will be awarded this semester to
junior men by Lances, junior men's
leadership society. The first scholarship is for $303, the second for

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The annual awards will be made
on the basis of scholarship, character, and financial need. Any junior who has completed two semesters of work at the University may
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apply. Lances members are not
eligible for the award.
Applications should be left at the
office of the Dean of Men by April
4. The scholarships
are good for
the school year 1949-5- 0 only. Lances
Mrs. Phvllis Stiles, left, ifrmnUUn ef the Procter and Gamble Company, Cincinnati, interviews
reserves the right to decline to give
two graduating seniors. Mary Frank Ward. Paducah. and Jack Barrowman, Lexington, at the fifth annual
either or both of the scholarships
I K Job Conference held this week. The conference, sponsored by Omicron Delta Kappa and Mortar
if the selection committee feels that
Hoard, ended yesterday.
applicants do not fulfill minimum
requirements.
Members of the selection commitAll-Campus
tee are Dr. Leo M. Chamberlain,
vice president of the University;
Dr. A. D. Kirwan, dean of men; Dr.
W. S. Ward, faculty adviser, and
two Lances members.
Tryouts for the next Guignol
The first Lances scholarship was
production, "George Washington
Thirty scholarships ranging from given In 1940.
The Annual All - Campus Sing Slept Here," a comedy by Moss
available for agrisponsored by Phi Beta, Phi Mu AlHart and George S. Kaufman, $150 to $400 are
pha, Mortar Board and Omicron will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday cultural students during 1949-5according
to an announcement
Delta Kappa will be held in Meat the Guignol Theater.
from the College of Agriculture and
morial Hall next week. PreliminRoles in the cast include eight Home Economics. Most of these
aries are scheduled for 7 p.m. on parts for men, eight parts for
will be awarded to
scholarships
Monday and Tuesday, for the men women,
and one for a boy 10 to freshmen.
and women respectively.
12 years of age. Wallace Briggs,
One-ha- lf
of the scholarship will
Four groups from each division director, has announced that
Till be selected to appear: in the many of the roles can be filled be naid to the student in October
Phi Beta, honorary music, art,
finals on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. by University students.
and the other half in March. Con- and dramatics society for women,
scholarship
for and Phi Mu Alpha, honorary music
tinuation of the
All women's organizations will wear
formats, but the dress for the men's
the second semester will be based society for men, will present a Sunon a satisfactory record during the day afternoon musicale in Memorial
organizations will be optional. The
first semester.
time limit for each group's perHall at 4 p.m.
formance will be eight minutes, inThe musicale, to be presented in
These scholarships are designed
cluding getting on and off the stage.
to help students who show promise 10 parts, will open with "Let EvThe order of participation lor the
of becoming leaders in the fields ery Heart Be Merry," by Horatio
The second University of Ken- of agriculture and home economics, Vecchi. and "O Let Me Look On
men's groups is as follows:
Phi Sigma Kappa, Kappa Alpha, tucky Foreign Language Conference and to provide financial assistance Thee," by Orlando Dc Lasso, sung
Sigma Alpha Epstlon, Kappa 6igma, will be held on the campus, March for those who might not be able to by a Madrigal group composed of
a. The
Sima Nu, Delta Tau Delta, Lamb- eign Languages theme will be "For- attend college without this help. 11 voices directed by Jack Felera-ben- d.
In Democratic Edu- All applicants must be residents of
musical director for station
da Chi Alpha, and Sigma Phi
cation."
Kentucky who are interested In WBKY and Guignol Theater.
Some ninety lectures and papers completing a four-yecurriculum
"Morceau Symphonique," by Gau-be- rt
' For Uic women's groups the order
distributed in sixteen scions and in agriculture or home economics,
will . be presented by William
is as follows:
sections will be offered, with more and should be farm residents.
Peavyhouse, trombonist.
Delta Delta Delta, Patterson Hall, than one hundred persons from
A recitation and ario solo from
All applications must be mailed
Chi Omega, Kappa Kappa Gamma, twenty-thre- e
states and the prov- to L. J. Horlachcr, College of Agri- "The Creation" by Haydn will be
AHha Gamma Delta, Alpha Delta ince of Ontario participating.
culture and Home Economics, Uni- sung by Martha Stafford, soprano,
Pi. Kappa Delta, Alpha Xi Delta,
The lecturers will be Dr. M. versity of Kentucky, Lexington, for the third selection.
Kappa Alpha Theta, Boyd Hall.
A selection from "Dichterticbe"
Zeta Tau Alpha, Jewell Hall, and Blackmore Evans, professor emer- Kentucky, not later than April 15, by
Schumann will be sung by Robitus of German at Ohio State Uni- 1949.
Delta Zeta.
erta Spicer, contralto, for the fourth
versity; Dr. Walter U. Kaulfers,
Three Judges will select the best professor of education and specialnumber.
groups in the preliminaries and the
ist in foreign language curricula
Piano Solos Featured
finals. The judges for the finals at the University of Illinois, and
Two piano solos will be Includon Wednesday are Eudora South, of Dr. H. M. Poliat, professor
of Latin
ed in the afternoon musicale.
Anders,
George
of at Wake Forest College, North
Frankfort;
in G Minor" by
A Danforth Leadership Training "French Suite
Georgetown; and Dr. Richard War- Carolina.
Scholarship will be awarded to the Bach will be played by Mary Caroner, or Berca.
most outstanding agricultural fresh- lyn Carver, and two numbers,
Two cups will be awarded at the
man this summer, according to an "Clouds" by Griffes, and "Waltz in
conclusion of the finals on WednesMajor, Opus 24," by Chopin,
announcement by the College of
day night, one each to the winning
will be presented by Betty
Agriculture and Home Economics.
men's and women's groups.
The qualifications are that the
in the men's
Last year's
Three students of the University
Verdi's "II Lacerto Spirito" from
division was Delta Tau Delta, win- of Kentucky and two from Transyl- student be single, not over 21 years "Simon Boccanegra" sung by Joage, and classified as a freshman
ner of ten out of twelve sings. vania are sponsors of a new bi- of
seph Denny, baritone, will be the
Jewell Hall won last year in the monthly magazine of short poems to in the College of Agriculture. Stu- sixth selection.
dents must apply at the office of
women's division.
be called "The Review of Contem"Les Papillons" and "Carnaval"
the dean before April 1.
porary Poetry."
by Fourdrain will be sung by Jo
covers the cost Ann Talley, soprano.
This scholarship
The University students are Keltwo weeks attendance at the
Ann English, mezzo soprano, will
ler Dunn, James Jordan, and Clem of
Youth
Foundation sing Donizetti's "O Mio Fernando,"
Cockrel; and those from Transyl- American
Leadership Training Camp at Lake
vania are Hy Bates and Murry Michigan August 15, August 28, from "La Favorita," for the ninth
Randall Dawson, former Univer- Cohen.
number.
1949.
sity student has added a scholarship
String Quartet Included
The publication will contain poetto the Kentucky Research Foundaical works of any writers who wish
is
The concluding
number
tion. Dawson is president of the R. to submit their manuscripts. The
Haydn's composition, "The Lark,"
R. Dawson Bridge Company, Bloom-fielprimary objective of the magazine,
played by a string quartet composed
and is active in alumni affairs. according to Dunn, is to give young
J. M. Suttle, district representa- of Mabel Gumm, first violin; Mary
The scholarship is to be known as ports an opportunity of having their
Carolyn Carver, second violin; Mary
the J. Stanley Dawson Scholarship work published. Similar projects at tive for the Kentucky Ingcrsall Anne Good, viola; and John Kuiper,
Rand Company, was guest speaker
to honor an uncle of Randall Daw- Vanderbllt and the University of the
at the mechanical engineering violoncello.
son, who received the B.S.C.E. de- South
have proved very succesful, meeting Wednesday at Anderson
Accompanists
for the . musicale
cree from the University in 1910. he said.
will be Anne Peavhouse, Ann
Hall.
He served as district engineer for
Rayma Purdon, and Mary
The first
Senior mechanical engineers and
the Kentucky Department of High-ay- s will appear issue of the magazine
Carolyn Carver.
next month.
faculty members attended.
from
and as mainSpecial guests are members of
tenance engineer from 1921-2Phi Mu Alpha and Phi Beta.
The scholarship is for students
interested in the field of civil and
UK
highway engineering. It will follow
the fame pattern as scholarships of
the Highway Department except
that the summer periods of work
Hoge Hockcnsmith Jr.. third year
ill be with the Dawson Bridge
law student, was selected winner
University of Kentucky seniors,
Company. The recipient Will bo many
with an eye toward June Chairman of the exhibits commit- of the University of Kentucky's
awiudcd $500 during his freshman graduation, have
men's oratorical contest sponsored
wound up a period tee was Mary Sue McWhirter,
year.
by the Patterson Literary Society.
senior.
of interviews with prospective emAdditional information concerning ployers
General chairmen of the con- He will represent the University in
at the University's fifth anthe scholarship may be obtained nual job conference.
ference were Betty Sunlcy, Lexing- the men's division of the state confrom the College of Engineering.
test held at Berca College this weekSponsored by Mortar Board and ton, and Robert Wharton, Parkers-burend.
W. Va.
Delta Kappa, leadership
i Omicron
Other finalists in Uic men's diAttending Organizations
societies for senior women and men
Dr. In
were Robert L. Smith anc
respectively, the conference brought
Among the organizations whose vision
to the UK campus representatives leprescntatives attended the con- Edward Cunningham.
IR
Ellen Drake was selected earlier
of business and industrial concerns ference were the B. F. Goodrich
Dr. Samuel Guy Inman, authority w ho annually scan the, nation's crop Co.; Bureau of Social Services; to represent UK in the woman's
on Latin American relations, will of college and university graduates Central Soya Co., Inc.; State De- division of the state meet.
address a meeting of the Interna- in search of promising employees. partment of Education; Equitable
tional Relations Club at 4 p.m. TuesConference Began Tuesday
Life Assurance Society; University
day in room 128 of the Student
The conference got underway of Kentucky Experiment Station;
Union Building. His topic will be Tuesday afternoon with group meet- Girl Scouts of America; Kentucky By
-The Decline And Fall of The Good ings at which each company repre- Rural Electrification.
Neighbor Folicy."
Richard Gregor, pianist for the
sentative outlines his organization's
S. H. Kress and Co., Mutual Life
The International Relations Club activities and objectives and the Insurance Co. of New York; Pcnn Columbia Concert Trio, which was
was recently reorganized on the qualifications it seeks in hiring new Mutual Life Insurance Co.; Proc- to appear in the recital at Memorial
campus after having been inactive personnel. Interested students ar- tor and Gamble Co.; Reynolds Met- Hall last Sunday, became ill Saturfor several years.
ranged personal interviews with the als Co.; Soil Conservation Service; day night and was advised by his
Dr. Amry Vandenbosch discussed talent
scouts
Wednesday
and Southern State Cooperative, Inc.; physician not to appear in the
the North Atlantic pact at a meet- Thursday.
Swift and Co.; United States Navy; scheduled concert.
ing last Tuesday. John Robert Cox
Exhibits from many of the con- United States Army; YWCA; YM
The trio will be heard in Memorial
was elected general chairman of cerns represented at the conference CA; Kentucky Utilities Co.; United Hall early in May, according to inthe group, and Peggy Elmore was were on display on the main floor States Civil Service; and the Boy formation received from the music
tinmed secretary.
department.
of the Student Union Building. Scouts of America.

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Sing
New Guignol Tryouts
Most- Of Thirty
To Be Held
Scheduled For Sunday
Ag Scholarships
Monday, Tuesday

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Number 19

Wildcats To Play

Prof. Kuiper

Suky Urges
Telegroms To Team

Scholarships
To Junior Men

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KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH

Charles Whaley, Suky president, has requested all student organizations to back the Wildcats
In the NCAA Tournament by
sending telegrams to the team
Monday.
Whaley also announced that all
radio stations in' Kentucky have
been urged to encourage fans to
shower the Wildcats with telegrams of support and encouragement.
Telegrams should be wired to
the Kentucky Wildcats, care ot
Coach Adolph Rupp, Paramount
Hotel, New York City.

Will Deliver

In NCAA Monday

Annual Lecture
By Nell Blair

WSSF

John Kuiper, this year's
recipient of the Distinguished Professor Award, will present the an- -,
nual Arts and Sciences lecture at
8 p.m. March 31 in Memorial Hall.
Prof. Kuiper, head of the department of philosophy, was selected for
the distinguished professorship by a
'secret vote of the faculty of the
Arts and Sciences College in Decem-jbe- r.
Prof.

Team Will Leave

Campaign

Tomorrow For East

Collects $1700
From Donations

By Dudley Saanders
Kentucky' Wildcats leave tomor-o- w
by plane at 10:55 ajn. for New
fork City, where ihey will 7pn the
lefense of their NCAA crown
igainst unscouted ViUanova, Mon-la- y

Contributions for the World Student Service Fund drive conduct;:
on the campuse last week havt
reached $1700, Miss Margaret Wilson, secretary of the YWCA. announced this week.
Total contributions are expects i
to reach $2000 when all late donations are edded. Solicitors may stil
turn m contributions Miss Wilson

night.

Should
Coach Adolph Rupp's
3outhern Wildcats defeat the East-jWildcats. Kentucky would ihen
ueet the winner of the
His lecture will be "Creativity
Tame, also carded for Monday night.
jin Nature and in Man."
That game for the Eastern NCAA
The honor, inaugurated in 1944
title will be played Wednesday. The
as a means of recognizing "out stated.
Eastern champ will then journey
standing accomDlishment in a chus- - The largest single contribution across the continent to Seattle.
en field," is the highest citatoi 250 was donated to the fund from Washington to meet the Wastern
champion for the national tUle on
A mural of the 1948-4- 9
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"a ounces iaciuiy award oim. uic wan .- tic kivuiij .lia re Saturday.
team to be given to the
;c maho,
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First round play in the Western
squad by school children of the
contributed approximately $200. and
Came To L'K In 1929
state will probably be installed in
students have donated approximately division pits Hank Jba's
Oklahoma Aggies (20-A native of Grand Rapids, Mich- - $1250.
against
the Memorial Fieldhouse-Auditori-uand Arkansas's
John T. Gillig, architect for igan. Prof. Kuiper joined the fac - The funds, which will beneiit Wyoming. (22-- 4
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Razorback's
ulty of the University in 1929 as 'directly university students in
the building, has announced.
devastated nations an over the against Oregon State (19-- 9 the PaThe plan is subject to approval associate professor and acting head world, will be sent to the World cific Coast champ.
The winners of
of the department of philosophy. In
by University officials.
1931 he was appointed head of the Student Rriif f. an international there two games play oft in midwh'ch coordinates student re- - week for the Western division
The mural, honoring the current department and given the rank of
lief efforts of 34 members.
team, will be made from a photo full professor.
crown.
graph of the squad, in playing uniOfficial National Tourney
Prof. Kuiper received the A.B. deforms.
gree from Calvin College in 1921
The Aggies won the crown two
The tentative plans are to in- and the M.A. degree from the Unistraight years, in 1345 and 1946. and
stall the 40 x 224 toot mural in the versity of Michigan In 1922. He
Kentucky won it last year. The
e, served
west foyer of the $3,400,000
as instructor of philosophy
NCAA event is THE official naRonald P. Walker, engineering tional tourney.
at the University of Michigan and
Mr. Gillig stated.
sophomore, has been elected presi
Following their amazing upset oss
The glazed tile walls of the west the College of the City of Detroit. dent of the UK Amateur Rac:t
entrance foyer will be recessed to Prof. Kuiper is a member of the! Club. Other officers are C. P. to unsung Loyola of Chicago Monallow for installation of the mural American Philosophical Association, Steele, vice president; Norman G. day afternoon, the Cats returned to
which could be suitably framed, and Association for Symbolic Logic, Sexton, secretary treasurer, and Lexington for the rest of the weelc.
The 6 defeat halted the Cats'
perhaps in aluminum, and covered the Southern Society for Philosophy
21 game winning
streak.
and Psychology, the Kentucky
t.ich
with protective glass, he added.
Plan
for instruction in radio started right after Kentucky lost to
Arariemv of Science, and the Amer.
deThe memorial inscription will
theory and code to help members St. Louis in the Sugar Bowl finals.
note that the mural was given to ican Association of University Pro- get amateur radio licenses were disNew Year's Eve.
the squad by school children, who fessors.
cussed at a meeting last week.
During practice sessions the
- Served On Forum Board
will purchase it with proceeds of a
Any student holding an amateur's week. Rupp was running Jim Line
penny campaign being conducted in
He lias served on the board of license is eligible for membership.
the state now.
directors of the Lexington Public 7:30 p.m. March 24, room 240, An- - in a first string forward berth, along
with Wah Jones. Oroza is still at
Contributions for the Wildcat Forum and is former vice president dcrson Hall.
the pivot and Barker and Beard at
Kentucky communhomecoming
may be of the Central
celebration
the guards.
sent or taken to the Lexington ity Concert Association.
Concerning the Loyola tragedy.
Meeting Date Changed
HrraM-Leade- r,
professorship
The distinguished
Short and Market;
Rupp stated "Our defense ment to
WKLX, the Phoenix Hotel; WLAP, lecture Is being presented In connec- - j The Dutch Lunch Club's meeting pieces against them,
but why it
Walnut and Short; or Williams tlon with the National Foreign Lan- - day has been changed from Thurs- - happened, or how, I can't 9:p!sin."
Drugstore,
Limestone
Main guage Conference being held on the day to Friday, according to Nancy The Loyola coach told reporters,
and
campus from March
2.
Streets.
Potts, president.
that his Ramblers "beat Kentucky
on rebounding." So defense inci rebounding were the important factors in the Cat loss, and thus were
strongly stressed in practice this
week. The Cats, unable to score on
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man. Harriet Russell, Kappa Alpha
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Theta. was runner-uis required for any person
representing the University.
UK is one of 13 colleges entering freshmen in the national contest sponsored by 20th Century-Fo- x
Films.
Other candidates were Jane Strum,
Zeta Tau Alpha; Betty Blake. Patterson Hall; Marion Stone. Alalia,
Delta Pi; Ann Tracy. Patterson
Hall; Dora Jane Hendry, Alpha Xi
Delta; Eloise Lorch. McDowell
House; Barbara Lane. Alpha Gamma' Delta: Mary Odell. Lydia 3nrn
House; Betty Nash, Kappa Kappa
Gamma; Jane Webb, Chi Omcva;
Roberta Clarick, Tau Alpha Pi;
Carol Vaughanv. Kappa Delta; anU
Nancy Gallen. Delta Zeta.
Judges were Mrs. Elvis J. sialir.
Mrs. Revell Estill Shaw. Coach Paul
Bryant. Prof. Grant C. Knight. J.
A. McCauley, and members oi Theta,
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Sigma Phi.
Lois Ann Flege, president of the
sponsoring
honorary, m;:dc arrangements for the contest.

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Senior's Week Of Interviews

Entrant Named
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Club Meeting

Musicale Cancelled
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(and one leopard), gathered up
Winter set in Monday night when four students donned beaver-ski- n
and sled and attended the Guignol production of "Winterset." Cavorting on the steps of the
Guignol Building are (left to right; George Tuggle, George Trotter, Charles Whaley. and Jack Barrowman. The Lexington weather bureau reports that snow which fell later that night was definitely due to
phenomena.

film. This means a great deal more
light is required. This light, con
centrated on a tiny spot of paper,
means more concentrated heat also.
Thc optical problem is sol cd by
a combination of lenses and mirrors and the heat problem is solved
by a small automatically operated
blower unit.
The library can now buy micro-card- s
instead of rare books 'micro-carare much cheaper.
In the future the library may
consist only of cards; or better yet,
maybe we will be able to carry our
books in our pocket. Then again,
maybe the progress of science will
The reading of microtards has advance even more and make it
to be done by reflected light, not possible for comic books to be
light as with micro- - j lished on microcards.
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For YWCA Election

Dorothy Doyle and Virginia llon-r- y
are caiididales for president of
the YWCA election of officers to be
held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday at the ticket booth in ihe SUB
ROTC
Other candidates for tic eiection
An iiiiiwction ol the University are Juanita Violette and Virginia
ROTC by the War Department will Henry, secretary, and Jo Dausherty
be held May 4.
and Kathe Barnett, treasurer.
According to Col. G. T. MacKen
Only YWCA members who have
militAry depart- - paid their
lie nead of tne
membership fee will be
con- ment the inspection wltl be
eligible to vote.
ducted by five Army officers and
will include a review ol the Cadet
Corps.
SUB
Poll
Details of the review will be
posted at the military department

Officials To Inspect
Units In May

Simplified Reading Is Achieved
With Library's .New Micro Reader
By Mclvin Mitchell
average television set has
nothing on the Margaret I. King
Library. The library has no television set but they do have a micro
library reader.
The micro libiary reader is the
lazy man's way to read a book. AH
you have to do is insert a microcatd
three by five inches containing the
material of at least eighty-fiv- e
pages of an average book, into the
television-lik- e
and sit
machine
back, relax, and read. Page turning is accomplished in both directions by a single
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Candidates Chosen

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Former Student Gives
Research Scholarship

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New Poetry Magazine

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On Dance Opinion

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A poll will be taken Monday in
the SUB to 'see if students want
dancing to juks box music in thi

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Prof. Elliott Speaks
Prof. Norris R. Elliott, professor
architecture, and
of landscape,
floriculture, spoke to the American
Society of Civil Engineers Tuesday
in the Engineering Annex.
His topic was "The Engineer and
Landscaping."

SUB.
Tables for the poll will be sit
up outside the grill and catetena
If students vote "yes," they wul
indicate a preferred time, selecting
one of the three following periods:
i
p.m., and
p.m.
a.m.,
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The tu fifucky Kernel
OFFICIAL

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THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

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Helm DeiM
EcUtor
Een Reeves .
Stai. zmz K.Iitor
Bue Warren
.iews Editor
Tom Diotln .
6port Editor
Rubye Grab am
Firicty Enitor
Herbert A. Moore
Cartoonist
Wilfred Lott
Bus'ne&s Mgr..
Frank Cassidy
Adv. M.t.
Charles Breckel and .Tom Cook.

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Leonard Kernen, Marilyn Kilgus,
Henry Maloney, Bill Mansfield,
Aav. Solicitors
Melvin Mitchell, Dorothy Neal,
Kenny Wood, Bob Smith, Otis PerMary Bert McKern
- Circulation
Rusty Russell
Proofreader kins, Ed Tackett, Ann Tracy, Barbara Ann Warren, Jane Webb,
News Desk: Nell Blair.
Tom Wilbum.

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Why Not Keep Cool
Since printing three arti:'."'s by Ingeborg Dedering, a German
is studying at 'V University, the Kernel has received
several letters upbraiding i!u: author and calling the articles "somewhat subtle but futile i .i.pts on the author's part to evoke
sympathy for the Geiiv..r
and instill in us a feeling of
remorse for 'ransacking ..j inany," or "most outrageously bland
la, still perpetuated."
examples of Na' rn
Most of the stud : - ho wrote the letters Martin Lloyd Norton, Irving Mi
Auk i t Balows, James Wilson, and Frank
Adler mention bavin:
in the armed forces, and they have
had very similar and strong opinions on Miss Dedering's articles.
It is absurd to b'li... uat the Kernel is acting as an agent
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(aIs- - a veteran, incidentally) asked Miss
The feature editor
Dedering, a journalism stu 'ein, to write a few articles that might
give students some i..ight into the viewpoints of one of UK's
many foieign studei.is.
The Kernel is certainly not going to get involved in any sort of
international incident in the
of McVey Hall. But
it does believe that a intle understanding, of foreign students or
anything the, will accomplish a lot more than name-callinand
general iation.

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Just Say Yen Or Nay.
1 lip Student LY n 15. .nl is going to put a polling box in
the .SUH hall next week, i:j an effort to find out if anybody is
interested in its ncweM plan.
The idea is to provide a jijace to dance, to juke box music,
at criious hours during the day. If you want this, the Board
wants you to say so, but if you don't, the Board emphatically
wants you to say you don't.
It seems ihe Hoard has learned a lessoir from the long series
of dances, all failure, it has gone to the trouble and expense
of putting on. Before it inaugurates any new plan, it wants to
hear student opinion on the matter.

Prof. Trimble NnmcJ
To Advisory Cour-v-

starts Monday

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Dear Editor:
This is the first time I have
aired my opinions in the Letters
to the Editor. But I believe that
this is once I should.
Today - the Wildcats came home
from tjie NIT. I have never seen
so small a crowd as that which
greeted the boys when they came
home. When, they are winning ev- erybody goes and sees the team but
when they lose hardly anybody tries
to welcome them. I do not think
is is fair. Just because they
anybody
lost one ame wfty sho
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not nonor
fair' Even tn bes'1tea
los? 3
Well,
is
me once and
the. same for these boys.
I admire those few who braved
weather and welcomed thP
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are
nQme T
cat rooters.

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ing for an answer to this question
because a New York writer has al- ready found it. "The average woman
outlives the average man because
he wants her to.
she wants,
he wants her to.
wants to-- and
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life to earn money to keep her in
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Dear Editor:
Mr. Halifax expressed a sentiment
dear to the hearts of UK students
when he complained
about the
Kentuckian coming out late every
year.
I have done a little investigation
of my own in regards to this matter
and have uncovered some information that may expose the yearbook
staff.
First of all, no one ever stays in
the office. AH they do when they
are in the office is drink cokes or
converse. "No work" seems to be
their motto. How do they ever expect to publish a yearbook that
way?
Secondly, the; are rude. When
I Continued
on Page Three

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(Must have missed that one. But
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cow. The animal responded to vet- erinary treatment by jumping into
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Now, the animal is too vaiunUe
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"The final reason why men ihe
editor who consumed the 51 00011 nas been named and
a
younger than women is
pride,
hamburgers in 35 minutes. has started 10 work on 11181 edition.
The foresightedness and obvious
All his married life the husband (The editor was a female')
efficiency of the yearbook staffs are
has told his wife, "Dear, I couldn't
''
in dismal contrast to Mr. Halifax's
live without you. Life would't be
Overnight stops!
complete lack of being up wth the
worth a thing."- - When he grows
Father stopped at the YMCA, times.
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