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Were, asked what they liked or disliked
bout the stirevlated stre of the paper and the new distribution Ur.1 located at strategic places on campui.
Everyone atervtewed had praise for the Kernel "pirk-u- p
stand. epeelally the hundred of student without
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think I would, but I do The ante make it easier to cart?
round."
Harry Mmm, F.nglneertng ' Iff a lot belter now. I
can arway get a paper, and you can take It with you on
campui easier."
Man Jane Haxelrfea. Asst. Dean af Women "I like ttut
new distribution system, but I don't particularly rare lor
the new style."
Doyle Oliver, Agriculture "The type la harder to read,
but I like the sire of the paper."
One person Interviewee) stated. "I didn't evrn know wti
hnd a paper last year- - but I get one all the lime now "

dom. If ever, fat a Kernel of then awn la read last year.
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one thing, the paper I not ax attrartive a the old style
used to be. The way they had the "oW Kernel made you
want to read It."
Bill Blake. Commerce
I think lt' better. Vou don't
have to mesa wllh so murh, ajid you can read It easier.
Il l a lot easier to get Kernel now, too."
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Inadequate Stiulenl Housing
Limits Enrollment At UK
By YVONNE EATON

Stylus Names
19.1,5 Editors
Jacqueline

There Were Picture Too!

Averill, Junior

ur. jonn uuiier. siyius tacuity

advisor, stated that the Stylus
Board will hold an
meetinif at 4 p.m. Wednesday
Room 204 of the Journalism
ing. Those interested in working
on thesUff are urged to attend
Dr Cutler said
Author, are Invited to aubmit

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218 In MrVry Hall, or given to
one of the Stylu editors.
Two cash awards are made for
the best short story and best poem
of the year. The Dantzler award
offers $25 for prose and the
award $25 for poetry.

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be escorated out by a policeman.
Five tricks will be shown by the
card kection tomorrow night. The
opening trick will show a "hi" on
a hand as a salute to the Auburn
tram. Other tricks will include a
"K"
"Hir Rlne" for Ihe Wildcat.
and a map of Kentucky for those
fan who have come from all over
the state to see the game, and a
"Cat" in honor of the band and
Its famous "Marching Cats" formation.
Anyone, whether Greek or Into sit in
dependent, who
the section during the game and
participate in the card tricks dure
ing the
intermission may
do so simply by indicating his
to any u:.hcr at the game.
No special tkkeU will be issued.
for performance of
Direction
Ihe tricks will be givrn on sign.
,v Kukv hone Lo hold
n ihi.
talking to a minimum. Announce- menl on the microphone last year
waa aald to Interfere witn tne per
formanre of the band.
Other half time activities tomorrow night will include a performance by the Marching 100. Entering in the east end zone, the band
Will play "On On Fanfare.
As thev march downneld, they
Will play "March of Time" by f;im- half-tim-

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years.
In this same sequence
the
Marching 00 will execute a series
of intricate marching maneuvers
consisting at various times of company fronts. rolKtniR - groups of
four and eight men. halves of the
bund, and four separate . block
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Into a trumpet
formation, the band will serenade
the audience with their version of
Kay Anlhony'a "Trumpet Boogie."
This will feature the entire 25- moving

man section with Chalie Blir of
Bob Cooke of Augusta,
C.a., aa soloists.
The baud will then form a "ball
and bat " While the ball" is
pitched down the field an?) knock- ed blc- - UP the field and as the
bat" swings to meet it. the bund
will play the Gillette theme-son- g
"To Long Sharp " This is the
band's salute to the recent 1954
World Series.
The show will be concluded with
the band executing the "Block
Countermarch'' and the "Marching
Cuts."

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Delta Tau Delta and Delta Zeta
are leading after two home games
in the ODK Tag sale contest.
.ales chairman Lewis Barnctt said
today.
These tags are sold before each
home game as pep boosters for
the student section. The money
obtained from these sales Is to be
used to establish scholarships for
minliflal itliHaiitL wit , utiiijun.
imui.i.vu ni imi v i .
Running second in the race of
fraternities and sororities are Phi
Delta Theta and Chi Omega. Sil- ver punch bowls are to be given
to the leading fraternity and so- rority in ticket sales based on a
ratio drawn between amount sold
and the total mcmbei ship of their
organization.

North Carolina, South Car- olina. Georgia. Florida, Mississippi.
Alabama Louisiana, Tennessee, and
Kentucky.
UK's collection of books is at
present probably growing faster
than any other state's in the region. Dr. Thompson said.
"During the past year we were
unusually
fortunate when the
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uriMini I,
over to us the old miscellaneous
collection of the State Library,"
he remarked. '
This vMib.tantial
addition will
serve to keep the school's acquisition rate for this year far above'
schedule.
Dr. Thompson said acknowledgements to the University libraries
and staff members appeared in
the prefaces to 26 books. Including
a
novel puDiisneci last
year.

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Suky will sponsor a card section at tomorrow night's loot-bagame. SGA granted approval this week to once more
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p. rimssion ior a cani
gie.-Usection alter having iliscon- tinned it last tall.
The discontinuance was ordered
utter, students began throwing
card? and tearing them up during
the games. New rules specify that
anyone who is caught throwing or
tearing cards at luture games will

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rector of libraries, commented,
We are now ahead of Vanderbllt.
and at present rate of growth we
ran well be in third place before
the end of another year."
The 10 state region Includes

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President II. L. Ihmovan state;
"We turned away a large number
of freshmen women atudent
be
cause our existing dormitories werw
full. We rould have placed about
tot rmmw eouple In the Ceepera- town and Khawneetown projeet If
nit had keen available."
Final enrollment figures show
rc 1st rat Ion of 8.336 students,
marking an Increase of 10 per eenV
, , . over
last fall.
Fo"rteen TTia w?, j
title . nnd
n"ve
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Registrar Robert L. Mill noted
requested booths in the annual that the marked increase in en
rollment here reflects a national
Trophies wil be awarded to the treld whlrn educ,torll haVe been
veral years
wmnJ5 organizauons ai ine wr- forfCBsUng for
ior miuiuji. uii.
niviiTwnre.
A crest In the upward cycle is
16J.n tl1' Student U"'"'
expected In 1960. the year when
competition, a announced by Cur- many of the war bubiex will bo
reaching their 18th birthday.
tis Songster, Lancea president. In
An upsurge ha been noted In
booth by
cludes a
Tau Kappa Epsilon; "Democarps the number of Korean veteran at
and Rrpublikats" by Phi Sigma tending IK this rail, mnrlal la
Kappa; "The Low and the Lousy" the Personnel Office report that
enterrd hy Sigma Alpha Kpsilon; more than HIMI Korean vet are reon "ltarrfoot Hoy with ceiving educational benefit under
a take-of- f
Cheek" bv Triangle; "Dancetlme Public Law SM.
with PiKA" selected by Pi Kappa
The complete enrollment figures
Alpha; a white rat rare by PI do not include students enrolled
Kappa Tau; "r rankle and Johnin extension
classes in various
ny" entered by Kappa Sigma.
Kentucky cities, students In home-stud- y
by
take-of- f
A
on "New Faces"
courses, or persons in
Sigma Phi F.psilon; a strength
night classes on the campus.
testing contest selecled by Kappa
New housing units are now beAlpha Theta; "Monster Rally" by ing planned
Chi Omega; a western bar acene the expected and constructed fur
upward
selected by Kappa Kappa Gamma; A new men' residence enrollment,
"Take Care of My Little Pearl" Street will house 3t6 hall on Rosw
students and
by Delta Delta Delta; and a dance
I
expected to be ready by second
travelogue by Alpha Delta Pi
Music for the Carnival night semester. Also under construction
will feature Charlie Blair and his is a women's 'residence hall, pro......
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ni'l'h..tril 111 thfir flrvt CI.mllllK viding housing forv:ilHj student.
......-.- Married students are Included In
engagement of the year
Tables and chairs will be set up the construction program with the
in the Student Union, on the ter- - 'announced plans for 13 apartment
race and in the cafeteria, where buildings at Coo)erstown
Frank Waggner's combo will pro- vld' additional music. Admission
11 25
lne dance
roouis win or opera icu unoer
the north side of the Stadium this
on the Intramural
yeHr Hlt
Field as in previous years.
Joe Hay was elected president
of CSuignul Players
and Susan
.
Bhively. the
at the
first melting held last week. Other
n.
officers elected ,wcie: Nanc y
secretin y. and Paul Taylor,
treaMiier
e,
Baibtua Gamble. Uirrulne
and Joe Hay were named
directors of the fust ierfoi nuiiire
3
In the
scheduled ior Nov.
lab theater.
Any student
interested in acting may tiyout lor the forthcoming production at the meeting,
next Tuesday In 'the lab theater,

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The deadline for submitting man- uarripta la Nov, L Short atoriea,

UK's Margaret I. King Library now ranks fourthin a
southeastern region, rated according to the total number
of volumes catalogued in the library.
Only Duke, Virginia, and North Carolina library centers
possess more than the fi0.74() volumes contained in tlie UK

Increased registration at lK this semester would have lieert
l)oosted even higher. University otlitials Ix lieve. had the hou-in- g
units now planned or under construction lccn ready lot
(H'cupancy.

Skit Titles
Are Chosen

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In Southeastern Area l.ui..

Card Section
To Perform
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eatriCK, icxingum .senior, nave
of
been appointed editors-in-chiStylus, campus lllerury magazine.
ior mis year.

Newspapermen mark at the Associated Preaa Wirrphoto act. which
waa Installed In the I K Journalism Building prior to the
HUiail tame hwt 8a4arday night. Operating the transmitter
I BT. B. Utteil. AT BhotocraMWe, ami. atanding, la Bud Kawinum,
ataff a4iuTwphr fwr the lumaaville Coaahr-Jwrna- l
and Time who
was making picture for the Courier-Journa- l.

Dr. Lawrence S. Thompson,

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Charle Coburn. movie actor who ranie to Lexington for the Trot,
poke to the campus Chamber of Commerce group at their first lall

meeting Thursday evening. Mr. Coburn la shown above with Tim
Cronin, prrsldcnt of the campus oranir jtiuu.

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have been announced by the Department of Modern Foreign Language as follows:
French 2 p m , Wednesday, De- -'
Cember 1
German 3 p m , Thursday. December 2
Spanish-be- r 2 p.m., Friday, Decent- 3

the exinunation will ba
given in Room 30J. Miller HuX
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Sports Photos Piys. Ed. Group Plans
Transmitted Fall Recreation Program
the Phylrl
recreation prof
Department
the
staff
in J' School
the
director
Department has
ram for
The fall
Physiof
the faculty and
cal Education
arranged by Dr, Don C. Sea-tobefore- the Wildcats had been
head of the department.
mmplefed their notable 7 to 6
The rhetnfe will Inchtde valley,
on fetnll Field ftaturrinv
night, picture of their eftorta were ball trmm ft t I pm. wit Manday,

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New member
are Miss
Frturatlon
of
Blue
Flnlne MJoset,
Marlins;
Mrs. Jane Doss; Dr.
Ernst Jokl, rn- charge of rehablll- -

rom special Wirephoto equipment1 ming trmm T to I nv
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installed by th Associated rreM UM 4mne4ag frwas :M
ft TkarWay: and bowling
til t week In the School M

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tatlon. and graduate assistant
Harry Stllle and Joyce Stephen.
William E. McCubbln, assistant
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ediieatlon

and director of tntramoral sports,
is on leave to get his doctorate at

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bait and Hy natlaf, Oeorga Pes body College, Nashville,
Bkkyaleal fMnesa elaaa la Tann.
Picture
of the Auburn gamt and
01 alao t
transmitted Uvia week Mr at time t be imihiiiiI
rm the photography nectlon be-of later.
The wife doesn'l ask for much In
The handball court and the exJournalism School. Plana arc
old world. In facf Wje doesn't
completed to extend th erv-e- e ercise room In the Ahamnl Oym this
ing
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usually be available to the ask for anything. Bh Just takes It
to cover all noma basketball
p.m. without asklrif.
faculty and staff from 9 to
Humes.
Thla (ant pholograprila service,
directly rmm the rampa and
Stoll Field an near the
CoiUeuaa, will upefxl ptttare cover-aof Wildcat games. Arrange-itififa tbe Wtrephnta) Install)-Io- n
were made by Dr. Nlel Plummer. director of the Srhaol, and
nr Dr. William Moore, who ha
CALL THE KENTUCKY DRY CLEANERS
large of the photography work In
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Sarvica Uan Raaumt at Slight Eitra Chsrja
Special
he School of Journalism.
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When police arrived at the collrfx hnhrrdaahrry. thrf
thrir head in disbelief. Inatead of
to iheBuoc.
and bosrnd, the salesman wm actually
Thrv twk miirk Mnrk of the cUars . . . a empty flue pot.
that,
srwral artdhaprd piece of ctotfc
rmrs--y ahowaar, mm empty caan drawer. Iitgrvawaj
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he explained, "I wan simply making a drmonstra-tkVan Mnisrn Ontnry shirt fc some of the
of the
revoliitionary tm-pr.v. Showed them why the rrrr. Told m how rcf-uCenturv collar (list nim't nnnilf
colUn are made of three lavers of cloth, "glued"
and stitched narefher. I glued a set. nt for emphasis . . .
learned to demonstrate in Wwitworth's."
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"On on with it," said the detective.
jobs wrinkle and
"Well. I showed 'em how these
wilt quickly even with starch or stays. I said the
Van tirusrn Century collar would stay neat Wirart
or their money hac k. When I
wirhmit starch or sm-l.4d 'cm that Van Hcuarn Century gave 'em kits more
wear than ordinary shirts, yet cost the same price ( just
I V95 for while and $4.50 Jnr colors) they bought me out.
f was so overjoyed. I did a little jig and tripped over the
glue pot. Got stuck up."
"Oh. yeah?" yeahed the detective. "Well, where 'i all
the dough?"
"t)b. college, men never pay. They just chargeven thins;
td Dad.: 4 .v

Men's ana

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tour of the most Interesting
mrts of the Blue Oram will be
ondurted Sunday afternoon, Oct.
.0. for all foreign student attend- n the University.
by the
The trip, sponsored
Daughter of the American Revo- utlon, will leave the Student
Union Building at 1:30 p.m. and
eturn about :30 pan. Refreshments will be served during the
ifternoon at the Duncan Tavern
n Paris.
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PANTS

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Whr Itiey finaHy cot him ntricaSrd with hnt wMTr and
Vhal tnw
rhrirla. nr thanked thran wirehr and said,
mmarr with ymi jrrka? I haven't bren roMied.

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Members of the WAA hockey
'earn will attend a hockey clinic
'At be held at Eastern Stale Col-

ette tomorrow. Constance Apple-owho brought field hockey to
.he United States from England,
A ill conduct
the clinic.
i
The Dayton. Ohio, hockey club
earn will also be present at the
instruction clinic.
WAA hockey Is being played at
I pm. Monday through Thursday
n the women"
Intramural field.
I"he team will play the University of Cincinnati's hockey team
t Cincinnati on November 1.
Tentative plans have also been
nnde to play the women's hockey
.earn from Morehead and Eastern,
Til r no date has been set.
In other women's athletic news,
W women have signed up for the
vomen's single tennis tournament,
vith tomorrow set as the deadline
or completing the first round of
he elimination tournament.
Entries are being accepted for
;he bowling tournament which will
legln Monday.
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written by Dr. Niel
and published during the
summer reached as far as Korea
0 turn thoughts campu.sward for
r least two journalism graduates.
Don Armstrong, 1953 graduate
tnd editor of the 1953 Kentucklan,
eut a clipping to the School of
Journalism from the Pacific Stars
nd Stripes In Korea which carried
t United Press dispatch on safe
Hervatlons of July 4.
(
"But half a century ego fireworks took a heavy
toll," the

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United Press reported. "According
:o Niel Plummer, director of the
University of Kentucky's School of
Journalism. 46 persons were kill- d. most of them by fireworks. In
July 4 accidents In 1903.
"Plummer. In an article tn Edl-- ,
'or and Publisher, said 3.983 were
njured on July 4 that year."
From Orlando, Florida, where
Wallace Fox. Journalism graduate
n 1949. Is layout man for the
sentinel-Sta- r,
came the report on
reprint of an article, "Wedding
iVows'' written ''by Dr. Vlummer
mil originally published In the
ill June.
Uiulsville Courier-JournThe article was reprinted in Its
fdUinul formal in the Orlando,
Tin.. Sentinel on Aug. 22.
Both Armstrong and Fox
a number of articles when
hey were members of the school
A
Journalism feature writing
lasses. "The old days hi Lexing-o- n
linger in a delightful aura,"
aid Mr. Fox in his letter.

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rouaia navmed HaU4l Kmvm-y- , a awart, umaiU-- count rf
boy, who has just started rnllre. A btter arrrred from him tiiui
niorninif which I will reprint
hraiie I know that linVWll s
pnaik-are an nntch hke yawr own. Hkrll wrHn:
iAar UaskoJl (he thinks my name is Hairll too),
I see that
are writing a column for Itiihp Morris rigsrrttrn.
I trwnk tbfjr are keen nrarrotrs which teirtr real rood and wlurh
make a filvasant noise
you
the pack, and J w aut to tell
jou why I don't smoke thrm.
It ail aUrti-- the very first ly I arrivnd at eollre. I h.l just
rotten off the train and was walkinr across the campus, s 111111
my cardboard vslise whistlinr snatchrs of 'afeein, .'nrtir i;,vl, ,
and other Urtrnt tunes, adanring statues, petting dr and rirU. wlicm
all of a sutiticn I ran into this
with a hlue jacket, grsv p,ml,
and white treth. He aked mo whs I n
I snid yrs. lie akni
me did waut to go places m rmnpus, make a lnr name for myself,
and grt pointed at in fashinnnhlo ballrooms and spas. iait yes. Hn
said the only way to make aM these keen thinrs hsppen was t
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fcsrtarers are available far peefcnc nimmiiu to
eiiaas, hues school
Various
and canr.au anatA and ecienoe
ClulM, aad aoMitea.
The aaottma are art up ta Inform tbaae aUwtotrU interested lo
future an mattirartica. The part
math saae-- an resent Any industry anal Abe atamand lor trained
pcrvinswl au fctie field are highlights rf Che ttUks.

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The ' UK Troupers presented
awards to 18 members, and
six 4iew members luto the
organization at their regular meet-lin- g
Tuesday nitrtot.
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The award constated of sweat- lrs andbykeys. Sweaters were re- -six auembers who cceiwd
quired 75 per cent of the total
of points 'given orer a
number
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period.
Ed Schrenner. president. Martha
Carter, and Dolly Sullivant re- oekved sweaters tar square dancing,
Margy Crudden and Jack Van
Meter received the awards for
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her sweater lor

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dancing.
Keys were riven to seven mera- ben who ibad 71 per cent of the
total points given over a period of
one year. Kay Marteratich, folk
Singer, Uoug tiraat, ooauMlian,
Helen Fannin, Norris English, and
ttanald Kvenole, aooare dancers,
received keys.
.Special awards of - keys were
given to Curtis Songster and John
Jeter as past presidents of the
Trwjjpers.
Ttoe six new members were accepted from the Trouper
Sept.
Gardner Oauiel.
fteHid Ravencroft, Oordon King,
4 Ewell CorbeH 4orm an
quartet. Two other male
Marcel Simpson and Jtokv
tferndon, were alsp accepted.
iier
. jYy-ouase tn ibeing held ar
type ot talent t jLhe jxular
Tuesday .night meetings at 6:30
(pan. in Cbc Mumtt Oym. later'
;MA persons should contact
tsaod. Johnson, or Paul Warnecke
wao are in charge of the trjMuto.
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a fraUriMty. Fortunately he happened to bare a
ul
on him. so he pricked my thumb and I signed. He didn't toll me Jli
name 4 the fraternity or where it is located, but I suppose I'll fn d
out wJicn 1 go active.
Meanwhile this fellow conns around rverv week and collects
dura which Are $100. lately h has Wn collecting
extra eMei
week. He says this is a fiae because I mMaed the mwtimr. W b. n I
htm that I can't go to meetings because 1 don't know w brio
the house is, he twists aty arm.

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ftcver regret tod oHiki( the fraternity because it ts my
dearest wish to be somebody on campus and get pointed at in spas,
you c aee thaA it isn't cheap. It wouldn't be so tad if 1 shft
feut
at the house, but you must agree that I can't Tery well sleep at
,
the bouse if I loa't lutow where the house ia.
I Jmvr iad o reot a room. This vooansanotoalgr ss llistilg espeitrwe,
but it isn't sa luod f room I wanted at all. AN hat I was looking (
was someplace reasonably priced, rlean. com fort i!le. and within ensy
walking distance of clasaas, the downtown shopping district, tho
mories, and my borne town. What f found was a bedroom in tho
borne of a local eostermonjrer, which n dingy, xpeMie.
inconvenient, and I ilon't even get to use the bed till six
o'clock in the morning when my Landlord goes off to mong his rosters.
Well, anyhow, I jrot settled and started jroinjr to rlassna. Hut first
I had to pay my tuition. Tbis came to a ood deal more than tlio
advertised rates. When I asked the buraar what the extra money
was or, he told me Jab font. When 1 aid I wasn't taking anv IhIk,
he said I was taking psychology which counted as a lab
they used white mice. W.hen 1 offered to bring mv own mire, of
1
which there are plenty in my roam, be twisted my arm. '
So I paid the man and went to my classes where I found tlmt
all my professors had spent busy summers writing brand new
s.
Over to the bookstore 1 went, saw the prices on the textbooks, and collapsed in a gibbering heap. At length I recovered and
made indignant demands to speak to the proprietor, but they told
me the Brinks truck had already taken him home for the day. Tlieru
was nothing for it but to buy the books.
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Next I turned

to romance and found it. Harriet, her nnme was a
great, strapping girl. I first spied bw leaning against the statue of
the Founder, doling lightly. J talked to her for several hoars without
effect. Ouly when i mentioned dinner did she Mir. Her milky liitln
eyes opened, she raised a heavy arm, seisod my nape, and dragged
me off to a dimly lit place called The Trap where everything khi
a la carte. She ordered cracked crab ($1.75), sirloin rhateauluiiiixl
($7.00), a scuttle of frenco fries (le the french fry), an artichnko
(30e the leaf), and compote (80 the prune!.
After d inner she lapsod into a torpor from which f eould not rouso
her, no matter how i tried. 1 hangod my gjuas with Biy iurk. I did
bird calls 0 North and South America. I pinched her huge pendulous)
jow'l. I rubbed the legs of my corduroy pants together . . . But nothing
worked, and finally I had to slinr her over my shoulder and can y
her to the girls dormitory, to 7ie vast amusement of everybody
sUona; tth aoute.
But it was not the jeers of bystanders that bothered me. It wan
the hernia. Fortunately, medical care for students is provided freo
at the college dispenssry; all I h4 to pay lor v w f0w estjjis,
like X'rwys., svmesthesia, operator rauai (orarpa,
srU
Jieia, sponges, catgut, linens, towels, amortisation, and nurses. They
would not, tiowever, 4et .me leep the nurses.
0, dear, annate, af you see me these davs without a Pbirip Morri
cisarette, it ia not iiecawae I slant Jlke fbttia Morn siraeoHes, I
f 4i 4shei f
their jnild rae vintage iohaeeoa.
I tnn't
Afford cigarettes. I cant even afford matches, what with frsternitv
dues and room rent and tab turn ad Sjeatoeek priew aod my gurl
JttAeridt land aMdksl cate.
Weil, I'll write you again soon. Keep em flying.
Tr. Cousin,

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for the fellow who loves good
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Editor Accused Of Egotism
(Editor's note: The opinions exprmrd in
this ciirrf editorial tire thme of Thornton
Wright, an Enc,hh major. Thry sure as
pre aren't tlws-- of the editor.)
"Emerson once wrote that 'conformity is
the hobgoblin of little minds.' This may be
e
fnie- wlien it involve mutters of moral
within an individual. However, nonconformity for the sake of
can only be practiced by little minds and
must be Attributed to either the hidden
mechanisms of a bloated ego or a driving
ambition to attract attention.
' Obviously,
this is an unhealthy situation,
especially when it exists at the head of an
jmportaut segment of our campus life. It is
with this in mind that your writer feels jt
necessary to censure tlie editorial page for
certain remarks which appeared in the Ker-

In fraternity life the IFC is. such an organization and during rush its rules committee is its law enforcement. If everyone would
oliey the rules, the committee wotild lc unnecessary; but few would. Thm it is the
fraternity man's duty to respect tlie functions
and decisions of the committee.
If the committee must patrol tlte streeti
and visit the houses, it should be supported,
not ridiculed. It is a thankless job.
When an individual places himself aliove
or below the rules, he only hurts himself and
those around him. Though he has the right
to injure himself, he can never justify harm-

prin-cipl-

ing others.
In addition and for no earthly reason, the
editorial page smeared a sorority with a
vicious slur. Tliotigh we may search, well
never find an excuse for this remark.
liather than turn this into a sob corner.
let it suffice for your writer to ask a fine
apparently misguided talent to employ his

nel last week.
Whether in democratic life or fraternity
rush, the rules and regulations which are
acrecd upon must be observed. In order to
insure fair and decent treatment for all, human nature demands that governing IxMlit'S
he invested with the power to punish those
who flout the rules.

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abilities in more constructive projects in the
future. No one doubts his capabilities and
the editorial on public relations last week is
an excellent example of this."

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The Ladies Society for the Prevention of
breathing Er Uriderfell llspnotists just
wouldn't make a workable political unit.
Neither would the Women's Society For
Women's Society and other such groups the

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girls are so fond of.
Last, and most horrible, is the female instinct fe.r cleanliness. We doubt if the world
we.uid benefit Tfincil if the' tiirls got togethe-to dear out the :.iin! on the bottom of the
N:- - or to dust the top ot lt. Everest.

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assumption that women hate
absurd enough to topple the rest or.
the pood mans ideas on the subject ot female control. Wliereas tie nun kill each
ether scientifically, women lx ing completely vicious would indulge in mass dem- -

The

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In spite of the mad ravings i f a tew mentally undernourished political philosophers,
and
this is a man's world. It always has
agitated
until the last two
will continue to
blokes pummel each other to death.

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Globs Of Snobs
The college man or woman isn't necessarily supposed to be the latest in sophisti- -'
cation. As a matter of fact, the normal
: collegian wears slacks and a sports shirt ( or
a skirt and sweater), eats donuts'in The
Creasy Spoon, and would rather study than
go to a tea.
This philosophy of a carefre e approach to
hfe is a pleasant .one. It's also the se nsible
one. Unfortunately, too many of the fine
1. idles and gentlemen now taking courses at
i he University are under the- impression that
eif a white shiit and
culture is a
tie.
This is .! false implessio'l. Assuming that
we liste n to "music Incause we like- the arrangem