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The World
Win l is On
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the actual fighting in Europe

l.KXI NCi'l ON.

oiit lust w.ek leaving a war
YOIXML XXX
of diplomacy in its stead. Ihc spotlight of public attention quickly
focused itself on the capital of
Russia. In Mwrew. the late of
Finland was being decided; the U .
was
01 death of Hitlers regime
being considered: the complete
i ir.n of
the piosent political
system of Europe was hanging in
the bahi'iec.
Jost what Joseph Gtaiin plans
lo do ;o Finland, no one knows.
Tuesday, lis fore-inminister
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thai ihe rimis had refused
lo accept his last mutual assistance
proios;l to setlie the piesent difE Robert Schmitz, famed French
ferences between the two nations. piarist. will present the opening rcci- Just what those differences are.
Sunday afternoon musical:
or how much mutual essistance" ial of the
th's week at 4 p.m. in Me- the lkll? etuintry's army could of- iia-ofer was not mentioned bv the Rus- - nzii hall, according to Prof. R. D.
.'ian dictator. I:is:d.- s .urces sav Mclntjrc. chairman cf the commit- s
that the Soviets are demanding the :ee in cluigj of the seiies. The
Aaiand Mands which not
aie presented without charge
enly control the entrance to the or students, faculty,
and mends
Ouif of Finland but also cal their cf tne xjnivcrsi y
hadew en btcckhDim and the SweM, Rrhmitz is a Graduate ot the
Realizing this, the Paiis conservatory
d.sh coast.
here he won
bweucs are willing to tight by the .,Umerous honors as a student. He
bide of Finland for their common has perfcimed in concerts in this
cause against the growing Rod country for many yeais and lias
If it ccmes to a fight, the peered as soloist with the Boston.
Funis will have to establish the Philadelphia, New York. Minneapo-flrs- t
line of defense, to be aided by .is. St. Louis. Cincinnati. Los
forces later. These little eeles. and Portland symphony
beiii vc that they can ociaiions.
Comments of noted critics on his
keep the Russian forces in check
while winter lasts and pray that aitiic ab'li'ies are: "A Schmitz
the Allies will have defeated Hitler program one does not miss willingly"e
N.Y. Evening Mail; "The most
before the waim weather allows
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Largest turnejt of the current
football season is expected at the
Suky
rally. 7:30 p. m. today in
A'.umni gym. to give the unle
to Alafeated Wildcats a nend-o- n
bama.
The "Best Band in Dixie," escorted by a police motorcycle brigade, will lead the parade of students and fans to the station following a short session of yells and music at the gym.
Membeis of the Cat team, leav- ing on the 8:12 p. m. train, will
ride in student cars forming the
parade to the stat.on. Bill Elder.
Suky president. ur?ed all students
(o attend this lally. Anyone with a
car who would like to transport
members of the team are asked to
e him immediate'.v.
I niverxty studenU townspeople.
?u v' na ,ne oanu w ui meet ine
team at 7 a. m. Sunday al the Sju- thern Staticn. Suky ur;rs that.
wi or ,osp
hand
Mf rr.wd
for the welcome.
The pep organization will also
sponsor a special train to Atlanta
November in. rarrvina- - the band.
students, alumni, and fans to the
Kentucky-Georgi- a
Tech game on
the foaoTrttig day. This train will
cave IexiiiBton via the Southern
ia'ilway at 8 p. m. Friday and ar- rive in Atlanta at 7 a. in. Satur- day. The return train will leave

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.JJ KntfieS Are Due
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for coir.p: tition in trie'
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vtrsity groups and organizations,
aceorcung to Committee Chairman
John Hunsuker.
No entry fee will be charged fJr
(.rgauizations taking part in
sing. Each grew) will b. required
t miVP a mia;mum of v2 members
morp than 24 of tnPse
and
five may be members of a campus
sing grttup during the p esctit school
vear. cr for tne school year end- ul? laj.t June
rult-Committeemen
that each
group may present three soims of
its own selection in the contest.
ODK. senior men's leadership
fraternity, will award cups to the
in the
winner and the runner-u- p
men's division and Cwrns. sopho-mcwomen's honorary, will award
cups to the winner and runner-u- p
in the women's division. Trophies
will be presented on a basis of the
. wt i.ii
.f th - imirrini infi.jpj
Decision cf the judues will be final.
parlicipant--mus- t
Lists of individual
be turned in to The Kerne!
biuine.-- s office not later than 4 p.
m. Fridav, December 8. in erder
that names oi individual partieipants may be checked for eligibility
Strict adhirence ta the rules must
be followed to iusU.e a greater
number of gioups taking part in
the contest. Hunsaker anneMinced.
He al.-- stated that a number ot'
music majors are available for in
struction cr leadership of any or- ganua'ion cr group interested ir
entiling the sing competition.
The committee in charge include:.
Hunsaker. chairman: Joe Johnson,
and Crit Lowry.

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Encouraged perhaps bv the proximity of Sadie Hawkins day with it.
unccnventionality.
the women cf
the residence halls have begun an- other campus date bureau and will
see the results of their first at
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tempt- - at
this weekend when students who rigiterca
Wetln.-s!.iwill venture forth.
Undaunted by the previous failures of such expertmcn , the youna
women, under the supervi.-icof
Miss JeaPt-ttSeudder. d:rec;nr of
resieience na.s. nave oe gun tms
urau tor the ptirpose of providing
an opportunity for all students tf
of
meet more and ehffeten;
the opposite sex.
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The Ilitchuu Post is uut-- tJ all
"dents enrolled ul the University.

male or female, Gree k or Independ
blonde or brunette, and promlonK
to "list'jri to your
over, and select the riuht da'e
f.)r vou "
The rules are simple and few.
The Poet will be open every Tuesday aftiiRjcn between 3:30 to 8:00
p. m. in Boyd hall.
Men will be
questions about the type of
uate they prefer and the evenuw
iir rvi'aiini fnr 1 htfh if. i
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aiiTUUir nuwmatuu wui oe voiiunea
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the girl's und the cemmittee
will ma'-.them up. to the best c
its ability.
Those regis'errd will return to the
3.30
Port on Wednesday betw-e- u
and SilM) p. m. to learn the names
of their dates. The young ma.i
expected to telephone his date, introduce himself and sex. the tune for
his engagement.
Only those registered will be aole
to secure dates alld anyone who
fails to keep an engagement is automatically
for further
coiii idcra tion.
The last date burtwu experiment
.d with en this campus wa.--. instituted in October, 193", under the
of the YM. YW. and AWS
and was short lived

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formal of th? season, fr in
to midnmht Saturday in
the Union Eluegrass room.
Aeivjnce sale oi tickets iir the
ball, ft $1.50 per couple or st ig.
will ronlimie at uo Vnion
n eiesk thr tmh I oon toaay.
T.ekets at the door S: tiirday night
will sell for $1.75.
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Osborne's boast is tnai lie ha
V'tty ?J for "more eollfge prom.
than any other band The United
States patent office, em the bas
of his "sliding rhythm." on November 3. 11)36. issued him the only
patent ever granteo for musical
style.
Built around a three-ma- n
trom
bone and three-ma- n
trumpet novelty rcction. the particular style
emphasits a glissando tone achiev- eel by trombonists
"slieiing" from
oi.e note to another in a different
register without squarely hitting
of the intermediate notes The
i ect. used laraely in introeluc- ions and in kins' interludes between
instrumental and vocal solos, w
di tinct enouin to gii'e the bind
definite identification.
Traveling with The band as
are Lynn Biu roughs
01015 "Stinky Rogers. Osborn.- - H.
studied in the United States. Can
:ula. Louden. and Paris. The band
has performed for long runs a'
Hotel New Yorker:
BiackhawK.
Chicago: Roosevelt. New Orleans
Normiii'e- - Boston: Mradowbrk
Country Club. Ceelar Grove. N J :
return engagements wiir.in
and
two years at the Hotel Lowry. ot
P.ml.
Union officials said tint the
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said.
He
loton iie.dicssed to the recently as- Sunday s program follows:
The two freshmen representa- sembled congress of the Soviets.
I
tives will be elected from the fol- Referring to Finland as practically
Three Choral Preludes
Uran- twenty-on- e
students, who
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rienenriencv of tlip Kremlin hp mi
fnun Caknoian lowing
By ANDREW C. ECKDA11L
scou-in the highest tenth on the
vigorously
denounced
President Bach.
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understanding in the negotiations Lord; Come God. Creator.
&P011S0r h,s Ilot ,et the Kiister and fanfare
between the two countries. He ac- - '' Aria and Fughetta "on the tune (Catherine Cooper. Robert Crapster.!
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her natural
f Hollywood mar
cused Hie President of -- meddling" of the Postiglione).
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William T. Johnson, Laura D. Mc- friendliness
The Liitle Fugue in A Minor.
in afiairs which had no relation- Corathy. Jane Gordon Meyers,
Rules for this years day of horn- Thats the impression one gets
shir, to thp TTnitrH Kliites lie ariripri
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to Sadie Hawkins, patron saint fl.om talking with Movic star Mar
Wtoa,rtn
f"hnT
Prelude. No. 15. Op. 28. Frederic
that such a forward policy was
signing women, were announc- J; "U'
Jlraes
Weavpr. in LexillBton tht week
Inconsistent with the stand of a Chopin.
iv.iieoaia. Mary L.uc.ue Kion. Loin- - ed vesterdav bv Bill Costel. presi- - '
Three Mazurkas:
ivutral nation.
or R. Shadwick. Patrica Snider pent of Kevs. the sophomore hon- - to rei"n as l,een cf the Kentucky
No. 4. Op. 17; No. 2. Op. 24 NO.
James B. Trice, Ben S. Winfrec. and orarv wh!cn" annuallv acts as spoil- - tobacco festival.
When news of Molotoff's remarks 2. Op. 33.
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Leroy J. Zimmerman.
reached America, congressmen rase
"It s all so exciting." she said.
for the affair.
Berceuse
in bitter rebukes against the great
Waltz in C sharp minor.
To be observed Saturday. No "When I as a University freshman
power. The breach
communistic
I dreamed of
Patt
Uvitift
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i.n,w 11 tii- - fwoo, ..ui -- i. beic" 8at m,een hall now it s come
between Russia and the United
and
Su:te pour le piano:
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ball in the
minute in a
true."
Slates appeared to be widening as
Prelude, Claude Debussy; Sara- Union build. ng. ns is the custom,
the Die's committee redoubled its bande; Toccata.
When Miss Weaver is crowned
lTlle P"ce 01 "amission, tnojgli not
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r.Jri definitely determined as yet. will UWV ul ",c
efforts to stamp out undercover' The Pictures at an Exhibition.!
Uanta at n;30 p. m. Saturday
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movements
in this Modeste Mous :crgsky.
communistic
" w " uc L"c 1UBl l",,c '"c
vioonieii. jaihson, nunyan; te less than $1. Costel said.
and arrive here at 8:30 a m. Sun-- 1
iSuite of ten pieces with interludes)
country.
been Honored by a coronation.
Winner rpilOWfe
day.
The rules are as follows:
Promenade: ; Gnomus; Promen- Back in Moscow, the German
Miss Weaver attended the Univer i The lound trip fare will be Si a
(1) Women mav tag men all day
was conferring daily! arte; The Old Castle. Promenade,
ambassador
a freshman in the
city in
as
Phi Delta Phi. law fraternity,
Bydlo: Promenade; held initiation for four members FrWay and Saturdav. November 10 journalism department of tht Col- person. Seats on the tram will
wlih the Soviet inner circle. They Tuilciies:
n Tags may be obtained from lege of Arts and Sciences. During be reserved Tickets will go on
upon BnIlet of the Chickens in their Friday night at the Lafayette hotel.
were discussing the cuestion
members of Kevs or at stands that year she gained some dramatic sale Monday morning at the Union
(Continued on Page Four)
which the ultimate outcome of the
New initiates are Delbert P. Eagle. L.nicn wiU
iinfoimation desk, the Southern
be placed in thc Union
R. Vincent Goodlett, buiIding and the book store. The recognition, although her activities Lancaster:
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after leaving Kentucky seem to in- !
ler as a true military ally against
Lawrenceburg:
Eddie P. Jackson. price
fcc ten cnts each
dicate University drama czars did;"1""3'
front? If
the Franco-Britis- h
Jr.. Barbourville; and Paul M. Run- (2, The admijjsion to tne danc. not know an actress whPn thev saw Pan-V- - alld the Southern depot.
does, several military observers say
yon. Ewing
uroups anu panies uesiruig re
will be the same for couples or one.
Uiat the totalitarian states will
A dinner, presided over by Ma- ..,
,,. of strollers a: rvations must make them by ID
but onlv
oinen stags wm
decisive victory over the Al
V
tisier vveiuuu dhuusc. iuuowcu l"c be admitted All coupies must wtar. now dPfunct dramatic erouD'. Miss p.m.. Wednesday at one of the
j
ana put an ena to Democracy
initiation ceremonies.
Featured tags in order to be admittel.
SuKy Presi
Weaver said when asked of her ibove sellers or fromgroup reserva- poor Hitler!
Europe; if he doesn't,
were talks by Dean Alvin E. Evans.
(31 Men must wear shuts ana campus
activities. "and
Delt dent Bill Elder. If
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LAST MIM TE i i.ASHES
'ed R , ft Jacobs and j wo tne tions are made for 65 or more per
0 H Omen, MB Mary Louise Barton, and Alan T.&men must wear knee . Iengtn
a special car will De ailo-- I
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"J skirts.
Any person "improperly
The German
I.lanbul. Turkey
amateur night."
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?ated to the group.
c!ad will r.ot, be admitted to the
cmbavy lure today issued a proc- she was a member of the producTwo baggage cars will be pro-- I
lan atiir ordering: all German na- dance.
t;on staff of the Strollers production
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nineteen Universit v 1
No 0f "Good News" but "couldn't even vided for danchig to phonograph
Costumes are optional.
turals to Lave the icuiilry as soon
4'
d(nis hgve
submitted to
as p.siLle. This move was believed
masks will be allowed.
make the chorus." However after music, and SuKy will sell soft
edUors of ..whos
American
5) Characters in the L il Abner trantierring to Indiana university brinks and candy. Groups reserv-- ;
V- ls
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Saturdav will be the last day for
h .norrfin
ing an entire car or more must
aiMe invasion cf Turkey by either
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announcement received today selection of proofs for the 1940 comic strip, such as Lil Abner. she had the dancing lead in a pro select a chaperono and submit her
Hitler or Stalin. Observers were frQm thfi olfice oI Dean y T Jones. Kcntwkian. If the ttudents do not Daisy Mae. Abijah Gooch. Mammy duct ion cf "Good News" the.e.
by
pujzaa even mote oeeause me an- - Selections wcre based on leadership
"I once had a poem in The Ker name to Bill Elder for approval m
'ect their proofs by that date, the lOKura. rappy Yonuin. Ola Man
'ho Hpan nf nnmii lipfnrp 10 n
nrunorment came while the Nazi scnoia,-j(hiwill make the selection. Pic - Mose. Marryin" Sam. Strange Gal. nel." Miss Weaver mil:ngly admit
character and poten- - studio
amba-radr- r
lo Turkey, the famous tialities.
tiirr mill Iw taken today and Swt- - Sadie Hawkins. City Gal. Pa Haw- - ted when Questioned as to hp. iour Wednesday, the Suky president
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any 01 to ine iventucKian ana naa a siii.in
s'a.u.u.
loiuver. nauuioai nouis. or
biographies of outstanding person announced yesterday.
Ct ine l urteisil gbuiiwni milieu wits alities on 500 campuses and is pub- -j
Organizations expecting to nave mc uogpaicn spinsters may oe mi- - pun, mat in a uuu. in a uuikuui
lost wlirn her dictator signed a Ushed annually as a recommenda-- t pages in tne 1D4U R.entucKian. personaeea.
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treaty with both ...
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uon to prospective employers.
u.n.onji, t. o.uu
the Allies. It sfems that the totaliUniversity students honored are: tives to call a ttne Kyian omce on years event win recall, ine oojeci iea in mew vors wnere sne naa to
y siternoon Deiore rnuay, no- - is for women to "run down" and get rid of what movie directors re
tarian front is determined to get
Readers Choose Wetherili,
Jeanne Barker. Louisville: Mary
the ftr'esic Dardanelles entrance
Pumphrey As Popularity
McFarland Lexineton- Harriet1 vembcr 10, for the purpose of exe- - tag the men of their choice on either ferred to as her "lousy southern
U the r.laok Sea by fightint if dip- - Hendcrshot. Louisville; Dorothy Hil- - cuting the conventional agreement Fridav or Saturdav of next week. accent." Then she went to Hollywood
Runners-u- p
lomatio efforts fail as they have ienmeyer- Margaret iorm. it was announced yesterday 1 hese men will then become the under contract to Warner Brothers.
Lexington;
so far.
iiauve is.emucKian. miss weav- Purdcm Hazard- Barbara MacVey by Franklin Frazier, business man- - women's "dates" and women will
Tri Delt Pledge Jane Rice was
er is from Louisville and. incidental- - ' elected "Wildcat Campus Queen"
pay all expenses,
Canton. N. Y.; L. T. Iglehait, Hop - ages of the publication.
ly. lives just across the street from bv readers of that magazine, it was
Alliens. Greece The Owk for kinsville; William L. Tudor, Lex Campus Queen Jeanne Barker. Her announced
yesterday. Ballots on
eisn office annnumrd in a special ington; William Duty, Winchester;
mother lives with her in Hollywood, which readers indicated their choice
ntes bulletin that it had sentar-a- Crittenden Lowry, Princeton; Frank-5.tri- i;
When interviewed at the hotel. were printed in last month's issue
lin Frazizer. Upper Tygart; John
eemmission to Rcme to
Miss Weaver was wearing a tailored ol publxation.
ransc a treaty with Mussolini. H. Morgan, Madisonville; Lloyd
blown suit, with accessories to
Pat Wetherill, Independent, was
Somerset;
David Scott.
rr:'. nl ins wide economic ronressions Rarrsey.
match, gold costume jewelry, and a runner-u- p
in the popularity contest
fur an Italian saran- - Kent. O. ; James Wine. Lexington;
Alpha
biown Robin Hoodish hat. complete with Rosalea Pumphrey.
Freelon Hunter, Buffalo. N. Y.; Alan
tee cf tri olet tiem.
long feathers. She also Gamma Delta pledge, third,
with
Vcgelcr. Lexington; George Kura-- j
RaCC his pencils, cleared away a stack were atwo
slave bracelet on her right
VAN niiWAI.L TO ATTEND
chek. New York City and Harry
and intimated H,lkle
of photomontages,
Weaks, Water Valley.
would be
in a loud voice that it
Colleges or universities are al- uittiLiiut li'iip if aiiiiu-.iDoctor Willem Van deWa'.l. pro
uith
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Representatives
cf music at the University 'owed representation in proportion to
of the SiUdr.t
lessor
emphasis on light art motif, and
and state chairman or rural music. enrollment. The publication origi- leS!siaiure una onicers ot uic stu- tneme. "A uay
with tne
A
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I5v BOB AMMONS
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ago and was begun
board of Kentucky Federation of nattd five
dent government are to meet at
rumbling
That
,
will ntteiid
3 p. m. Wednesday in front of the
the meeting of the ' m ereaie onp national basis of rec- -- n,.mim, ominousVfVpif llt.ll you heard uu "il" "'.
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semi iie jii trsieiiiuiiv cs r rum ricrnei Administration building for
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book make.up alld wm
a n earuiquahc
ie wus liic niiccis
j photographs
for The Kernel.
politics or fees.
will
Will Attend Two-D- a
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machine turn-- , magazine in style. The theme
of the 45
years of college life
Con vent ion
ing out the 1940 Kentuckian be- - condense four
YM-Yinto nine months, and the entire
ginning to roll.
book will be copyrighted.
T h e Kentucky
Intercollegiate-office, somewhere
llliinerr-'-j cc In a cave-lik- e
Trvnr
Waxing enthusiastic and waving Press Association's fall meeting to!
beneath the basement of McVey
Nation-wid- e
the man with his hands a fistful of copy paper above his be held on tile Western Kentucky
Hy ItOK AMMONS
Conducted by the YWCA and the hall sitssteering-whee- l.
head. Editor Tudor shouted. "The Teachers College campus Nov. 17
WilEditor
on the
YMCA. all students interested in a
furiously 1940 Kentuckian will be unlike any and IS. will find the University of1
Working
tour of the Bluegrass will leave thc liam Tudor.
Qll S l ION
well
represented
with
beneath a stack of pliotograplis, other Kentuckian ever published! Kentucky
All who believe they have
Union building at 1:30 p. m. Sun- - 'notices, letters, make-u- p
"Kentucky or Alabama?'
dummies. Over 1500 individual photos, new three or four delegates f.om the
dramatic talent adaptable for
day. Many of the famous estates
new Kentucky Kernel staff, accord in"
cpfrptnrips;
cover desizn. new make-uoni
llot Comb". Commerce junior
radio presentation are reamong
it will be one of the prevent plans.
gnd makes features
' If it's coal. Kentucky ought to win of the section will be visited,
Ujc
quested to report to Kenneth
,
uiein uiai oi oamuei KlQQie wnere
ctQfr
Delouations Irnni mre "Wl.uinu
of veal book techniaue
......
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Vlll.
hut a lot depends on Man of War will be
IUCII fcrT7
about
the plans
Huddleston. program director,
mur-yeviewed. The
I nope.
college m Kentucky which
ui America!
A hot day or rain
weather.
workine smoothlv.
the
between 2 and 4 p. m. Monday
party will be shown through the
And keeping the Kentuckian staff sponsors a college newspaper of
checking names
it pretty tough."
Wfiiild make
When not busv
in the Radio studios. McVey
Narcotic farm on the Leestown
making out re - , working up to schedule is no easy student publication will be at the
A A: S
I.iua Barrow.
hall. Students are also needroad. At 5:30 p. m. a picnic supper and photographs,
assigning du- - job. he can tell you. There are conference of the press association,
Kii.t Kky by about two points. It will be served at Castlewood park. ports and schedules,
ed to handle sound effects.
none pictures to file and mount, names the purpose of which is to promote
ouclit to be a very close game."
ties and making sure that
With the University radio
' to
be checked for spelling, dum- - friendship and
among
k
;ene Itiddill. A A: S junior
o; the minute details of
programs now broadcast over
"lies and mounting boards to be the college newspapers of the state.
Editor
are forgotten.
publishing
'Alabama's just a little too much
a ccast to coast network,
maius in tne torm of keys and
They should
team lor
Tudor will reveal that present plans- u aue uui. ine euuor muse
of producing the
B.cau-- e
of many requests the include a sales campaign Novem- keep an eye on the weather, to certificates will be made for the
win by about tv.o touchdowns."
lest possible programs is em
Breckinridge, A & S Guisinol theatre announced vester - ber
the annual Kentuckian plan outdoor photography for clear- best news stories, editoiials, fea- Gertrude
phasized by the radio staff.
'10-- 7
m tavoi ot Ken day that. "You Can't Take It With 'Beauty Queen contest in Memorial tajs. ana 10 maKe sure mai pie- - tures, sports stories, advertisements.
They believe that this is
i"
columns and make-uA gold cup
we ll You" will be held over for an extra hall November 24. and the Ken- - tures are made at the most tavorit s cool
OUierwbe.
tue ky il
only wii.ii
aWe umcis to
presented to the sthuol
25.
Mondav ..wnina.
LKiloiniai.ee
dancii. November
k.v .'
of talented students.
A certain
amount of planning,
whose paper is adjudged best mwr:
Tickets may
obtained 'at the box' When asked what the 1940 Ken- Slallaid. A A: S fushuian
-oollege publications
..Contiim.cl on Page Fiv
otficc
Kentucky 14, Alabama 6."
Uickiaii would be like, he laid down
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RECORDJROWD

Queenship Is College Dream
Realized, Says Miss Weaver

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Name Hand To Come
For Hluegrass

Petite Songster . . .

HOPED TO DRAW

The two freshman representatives
to the student legislature will be
elected at a mass meeting of the
frerman class at 4 p.m. Tuesday
,,,k..
ith c.a ;mrS Mrs. Fii.ley Davis left,
old Um
at Memorial hall. Six have been
j v,.i,all Kiiit tirht. pa-- t of her cfl'irial wrlromiuc committee.
selected as candidates by the elec- - This uhei .. taken exclusively for The Run 1. was made at the liatil
tion board from the 21 who ranked sho.tly after her arrival. The movie star will be crowned queen of the,
in the first decile on all three place- - Kentucky tubaeco carnival tonight at the New Burley warenouse.
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ment tests.
Freshmen ticket bocks will be used
for identification and will be required for admittance to the meeting.
Initial session of the student leg- islature has hpp.n n'nnripH tenta
"vey Ior 3 P m- - Thursday in tne
first year room of Lafferty hall,
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FORMAL
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TONIGHT'S RALLY

Meeting Will lie Held
In Memorial Hall
At 4 p. m.

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Miss Weaver Smiles

Schmitz, Pianist, To Open
Sunday Musicale Series

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UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY

By JIM WOOI.DK1DGE

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The College of Acricullure will
ente'r sheep and cattle at the 19tl9
Int.'riuitionJl Livestock Exposition
according
at Chicago. December
to a recent announcement from the
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The local exhibits will comiiLte at
.. ., nu prie
rnt otn auniuu nnii.
heiuU frcm numerous states and
several Camuian provinces.
Se vie of competition in various
classes wi'l be teatured during the
eight day show The events will be
live stock
judsied by 4ti
aull'.oiities of i2tf Urattnt
and Canada
A participant
in the judging conjudging
tests will be the
team from Bum boa county, winner
at the Kentucky State fan lirlel
in Louisville.
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Tristan And Isolde
Utu.ii,' the regular wcekl
Musicales. a program of
music consisting of the second and thud acts of Wanner s op
era "Tristan and Isolde." will be
given Friday night. November "J. at
7:30 in the Music room of the Union,
Townspeople as well as students,
of the iiuitia.iy are umicu to al
tend this presentaMm of
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T.gslie. Wayne Howells. Martin Freedman. Fred Hill.
Bob Amnion. Jean William. Roberta Broiwhtoii.
Mi.rray. Jim Woolriririfte. joiin Samara. Jane Day. Koy
Stenifort.

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The Colonel Says
He Can Be Caught
otla the (Colonel lilis his Irost . tnint- - rested
julep in a toasi to kcs. the sophomore (lass
h Mi ii .ti v
voti know, is sxnsoring. on
II. its second annual
icM Saundav.
Sadie Hawkins Ha.
Sadie Hawkins l)a. in case von haven't lieard
Ml. is a viri ol ojicn season on males. But the
womci; don't Utiv shells and shoot them: thev
I tix
tags ami tag them. I hese nnlort nnates who
iiie victims ol designing women must
antl lie
siihmil to their vthims
at the captor's cc,nsc. to a

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nia 1ag. ()nl one male jkt person
will U Hiinitted. and all
men under the age ol 15
must Ik- thrown Itatk vi
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constantly looking for a fourth at
biidge. She always has two men
and a great finesse
Jane Miller
is the point cf a triangle between
Phi Delt Tom Rogers and SAE
Henry Walker. Another triangle is
found in: Mary Evelyn Philips.
Porter Ross and Billy Eubanks. If
you want a difference of opinion
as to which side she leans to why
afk the Phi Sig and the Alpha Sig
mentioned above.

Intermission

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RLUEGRASS
BALL

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Here Is one about the
student Betty Phelps attended a history class for one half
of a semester before realizing that
the had already taken the course
tir.d received credit for it.
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II wc were a movie slat and tame back lo our
home state lo reign al a lesiival and found thai
ihe school we out e attended was ignoring us.
we would think that insiilution was tnigluv
liitle.

Cced Wills was very, very bright.?
Resultants, she fisured out precise- ly how much studying she would
have to do to qualify for the hon- irary. JuM that much she did; no
mere, or less. She landed m the
enior diss with the exact required
stanaing. iv.n ouwn tu oic

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and Ejtty Grable.
Bt,cauce u js con human muure. it
mav eyen be imoossibIe But re.
P.' S. Margaretta RatlifT asked
mPmberirg that centre once beat
Harvard we shan continue to cling to have her name in the coljmn
No extra charge wi'l be made.
to italld shaI1 keep on believing
tnat hcnors should be regarded as
rewards, not goals.

And she made Phi Beta Kappa.
PeihJps this was an admirable
ichievcnunt. We. however, feel o:h-- l
goal.
rrwise. lor in achieveing
VLss Wi!!s lost, in our op nion. that
seal's ri'.iscn d'etre.
As Told To
There is a certain sinvlarity beGIlOnGE MARTIN
tween this s cry and the cantempor-- I
ary antics of a specific fat ru ol
iccsl undergraduates; p?rsons who
Eill Pennyccck. neres t.iat man
jiascnly p.cclaim that they are
cut to make Phi Beta Kap- - again, awoke the other morning
pa." or O D K. or Tiu B;ta Pi. ind tcld good brother Lamb that
.
Ro- or what have you). To us. the e per- - he no longer had any
ens are in the .same cla.-- s with .land fel