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LEXINGTON, k

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MARCH 21, I'M.;

Will Meet
''

men
Night, a program I
which i.-- similar to Btars
in the Night, will hold it.- - first
meeting Sunday at 2 p.m. at the
Plu Kappa Tan fraternity boose.
dei

n

swfc

-

groat raven

!!

-'

tuition.

j

:i

abearance o! SJgg i
travel trom his
York ( Itjr, and

1

program h open to the
of all colleges, and tj
anyone who has achieved a::v-thin- g
of ment on campus. Om:-cro- n
Delta Kappa, men's leadership and scholastic honorary, .
coordinating the in ject.
al
ODK bapea la make it an
oi (in. line and it h atari-p- a
Awards
ted that the iir-- t
Nil lit program Wfli be held hi
The

honoraria

Week, round-trihon e to New
t
fh'..;

Vn enter :..
Hanlsviile, Ala.. Houston. Texas,
a n.i era I. Ha.
ant! ane
-d
The mmaer program
signed tc tr.iin iitwtriiti ol unusual ability in the areas of physv

play an

which

ical aetesaee

im-

portant rati in space research.
It also direct- - the attention oi
student.- - to important areas of
research tihuh have been ne- -'
... ed in recent years becar.-- e of
war

pot

.:

;nic
lis
es
tal

concent rat '.oil

i:.-

ctnter--

.

Sororities

M

standing independent

rity
I

,

be
Hwbc rnanin
Barns,
.1

.- "-.

:..

faie

Art-

-

Kft

Places Open

is a fine Una to be
net ween the ethical con-

winch have
siderations and
a broader public significance."
The question had been raced
in yesterday's story whether or
not rules applying to
should also
physicians
apply to clinicians employed hi
a
university.
According to the Kernel article, no Fayette County man or
woman, other than Univer.-r- y
students, can be treated by a
withphysician at UK's
out a letter of referral from a
Fayette Countv physician.
Dr. Wumrd's statement pointed out this policy applies to all
patients and all physicians net
tho.--e
from Fayette County.
ju.--t
"This policy is intended to insure better medical care for patho.--e

D

1

Jun-io-

r:

nee senior.

P4rfry Reading
' (ivcn
IV
By Gilbert

Jatk Oflbtlt. winner oi the
Yale Younger Poets Award, will
pre-ei- u
poetry reading program Harah 26 at 8 p.m. ha the
Laboratory Theatre of the Fine
Art- - BwJldang.

Tbr program it sponsored by
ttit Art aad Enyli.-- h Clubs and
- uprr: ,o the public.

Mr QMhert will read from his
oe. "ii ks and other poet.-- .
Cor. .tuu with the literary
ar'. i.ients in San Francisco. Mr
Mas had his works pub-InhGil '.
tdety in contemporary
azines
hie.,

Ifevid B. McCilL
I K Student, Dies
UevKt Brent lieOUL Arts
Bchmea rseahman from M
dtax: at the Crdversitj h spit
Ttanaarj evi nam
He Und been admit
hospital Saturday nigh

il

ship from Montreal Canada June
17 and
will re. urn August 19.
d,
The programs entail study at
and at the Sorbonne.
"These proDr. Evans
grams were difficult t arrange
and afford a wonderful opportunity for students; it - a shame
that the space- - should remain
unfilled."

UK Army ROTC

Sets Orientation
A aerial cf service orientation
programs is heme initiated by the
Military Science Department for
it.- - advanced
cadets.
The first prouram will be given
by local insurance and investment
people They will discuss financial prograaaa suitable for the
cadets when they are member.-o- f
the regular Army.
Tin- - fir-- t program arifj be
April I at 7 30 p.m. in the
Social Room of the Student Union Building.

I
ii 1 ii Film
VBmgc Beneath the Sea."
Aadwban WiMlife fihu
'.0
in
tonisht it
Memorial Hal!

'

MM

the

The honoraries thus far
ticipating in the program

par-

Delta Chi. Journalism;
Kappa Delta Pi. education: Trt
Beta P.. engineering; Beta Oam-g- a
Sigma, commerce; Alpha Zeta,
n
P:
agriculture; Alpha
premi I; . Keys, sophoaaon men's
:
honor.1.!-I. ..nee.-- , junior men's
h norary; Lamp and Cross, senior men's honorary, and Omi-e- ra
Delia Kappa, men's achat
astie and leader, hip honorary.
ODK wuold bka as main-- honoraries ... possible to participai
tnfi math n may
Addition
ob ained from
yd Burst

c

"Thus there

Barbara Sutton. An.- - od
junior; and Jane With rs,
Si k

are
which
elation- - tavalved
hro.uler than t!ii Wfcieb relate la
oncernin,
immature awbtteltj
reaearah Bmrnaga w'iiiii aaighl
hi BMdiral
have
appHeatiaa
aeaettce and to the raw fhkwtial-alit- v
ol
relationships between
physieiawa aad patirats."
However, Dr. Willard's state-d- m
re re some ad-di- ti
ai did saj
mal considerations which ap-p'.- v
to publicity concerning staff
members of the Unlversitjf of
K. : tu ;
Medsca Center.

drawn

Hatcher,

H

be

to be Informed concern-- b
its activities and accomplish- -

if. Ar

Anne

of

s

will

a right

tratioa taff.
are Bai

Arts and Sci
and

Study-Abroa- d

Bel
..

(
senior;
tion j mi

;.-

See:,

d

Center
Medical
University
keep 'heir names out of the DC1
the vice president for the Mi
leal Center -- aid:
"it there - a p' elileni ul i
this ilea, it
inn
poi tanee
i
Me Ural
enter af
ta eea
ou
ad the
the I ni

hijjhli-ht-

Niuht

ins; ol the top senior in
each fraternity, and the introduction ot the outstanding senior in the dorm-- .

:.

iroritii
ind

re

Awards

out-

l
m mm.

Planned

ScM'iet

In tht

Night pio) rare Api il 1.
CHunma
Kappa Kap
tut h pi i.
the Pattie
parryman award will pre--

pen

raw, Hill Gtasebreek, Bah BawHas, Bab
Iikc K.irye-- . and Jim Kimhle.

ward to

be presented at the Btars

tt
per

Lyaeh,

Millard Indicates Med Center
Not Opposed To News Policy

have

Seven ffrp"1"" women
keen noamnated for the

tr-

Problem With

Borneo

7

S(

No

!

Dean William R. Wtllard Indi-catyesterday thai the Dniver-s- it
Medical Center - In accoi I
with policies of the Fayette

tminate

J

t
eu Ke- - initiate-- , franl row irum the
Charles I rank-- . Hutch (iihh-- . and Walter Magtain.

The program will consist of
the introduction of new membei
into the various honoraries and
the tappmu of new ODK mam- hers.

-

some lecture.-- on ep
probhm- - and the tech-- :
five
.:gy of .p.u lhaht.
the students a better backgr und
t
heir fit Id tup to NASA re-

search

l.

Honorary Initiates
arc
Second

OO

and nuclear physic- sumtm-'he program

Faces

'Awards'
Committee

Robert Stokes, a junior physics
nt Ravenn i, has
Major
Mrarch i a NASA
Natii oal Ai
m ,i ! ni Space Administ ra
sen !..! hip.
tion
Stoke- - was one of
students
Bhomn
participate in the C -1. :
Summer Institute is Sp.-.-Physics July i to
Trt-

Ami Cool;

High .,"

Stokes
Awarded
NASA Grani

aa

Weather;

Today's

KE RIME L

t mcu a cm urn

:. .
-

1"

1

with both iiie society's Liaison
Committee to the Medical Cen-- ti
r and with the Public Relations Committee of the aociety,
and we wiU continue to have
such (Bscussionfi as they are appropriate." Dr. Willard indicated.
Dr. Willard said he had been
to make a statement on
the subject. He dici not elaborate.
The Kernel said a code of
ethics in the Medical Society's
prohibited publicity of a
clinician for "personal aggransource
A Lexington
disement."
was quoted as saying the problem is one of "pure economics."
vice
The
said:
"There are also ethical con-ii- l-

tients."

11

Type
(piven

accine

Sunday

The second clinic for
bution of Type II Sabm

distri-

Oral
Polio vaccine will be held at the
University Hospital m the Health
Service Lobby. March 24. from 12
noon to 5 p.m.
Twenty-eig-

K

,

.

WILLIAM WILLARD
Vice President Of Med I enter
DB

ht

hundred

of

person- -

receiving

Type

Hike

50-Mi- le

Alpha
nip. v i'l
a

I

an

hnega lrater
an inter

mmmimn

it ii i i v .( m

li ki

Munh

SO.

The race will begm in front
of Memorial Cohsetmi at 11 p m.
and back along route.- - prote U 1
by the state police.
ATO's will man the (heck stationalons the route, keeping
tabulation- - on every contestant.
Kepresentatix es from each trater-nit- y
will jmlKe the results.
Prize-- ,
piovided by the University's intramural departmeir,
will be awarded to all contestantwho fini-- h between 2 p.m.
and 5 p.m. on Saturday.

Each fraternity will be allowed as many entrants as they wmh.
For the spectator- - waiting for
an
ths fini-h- .
(am
aamton h tes tativert planned.

the

I
Ho.-pitvaccine at the Univer.-it- y
student-- ,
and
were Univer-it- v
1.262 of 2.266 who took Type II
at the first clinic were from rhe
University.
Date- - for the hfltfiTtTf of Type
III vaccine have been announced
at May U and 26.

5.200

Fraternity
To Sponsor

Smothers

Brothers

The sniother- - Brothers,
satirists, will appear at
Mr aaarial Hall tor two caacerta
and
tomorrow nisht at
9:?,0.

* KERNEL, Thursday, March

ItEXTUCKl

Tlir.

21, 1963

Irl Library
Renamed

uefc "0 i the deadline fo-- tMaj primarv registratiaa
Anone of voting a?e not registered i'ii or betore tiii- - date Ml
Ineligible to ute in the lav
M

By Trustees
I

prinat

i

i

i

li'iU.

In-

tlie ai mil musu
naming
rta Kuiki- lihrai in the Kin
IV.
ilte in limn
'l l'l if.
Barutels.
l

v.

Anyone who will be 1" on or
before November ." mn Mgj--

committee
Untvcrsitt Board
.!
the
ttstees has an
he exes in

1

i!

Deadline

It'Lri-trati)- ii

I

HEaTEP.S

ELECTRIC

:

:30
mi

GZ2

b - been
Pt.,1. BanneJs, wh
on tin- Department of Art I
.
ere ulty for about St years
hi.-

seen responsible iv the develop-en- f
of an extensive procraai in
be limn will

hi

at UK.

Breathitt eaaapaiga

Breathitt Supporters
Pal

rasnssltirr, fracW raw fraai
anl
oehran. JrtTJ Ander-o-

left are Helen (
N.ii!
Weber. Second raw, Bill Fortune.
MM

lii .ciNii". Graham, pmUnit
Spindle; op Research 1ii .. eras
ipiX'inlt'd to tin- tai id!? i t lli"
!
Catlrge
Eagia print t assist
in rendartshs; sesaiaars la stim-ul.i- f
tin- ragterering
research
psag ram.

Tbe executive coeomittee acifs totaling $13,720. a
cepted
television station synchronizing
generator, and 21 shares of General Motors Corp. siock.
Tbe largest single gift was
KfjBM
from the est: te of kfiss
Aid.. Henntat. who was r staff
nfwi'wi in the home demonstration department of the Agrtcul- b lar-shimoney will be used for
in home ec
tnics.
Ti t cm stock, valued at si. 233.
was donated bj Dr. r. c. Ka.-h- .
jf Lebanon. Tenn . who Indicated
he pl.ii. t make other doni tkms

his name.

bearing

Begaower, Jaha n

taaraed,

liner,

and Jaekk

FOB SAl

A pioneer in the mental health
movement.
Richard C. Hunter
win Le guest iipr slrn for the
Hi- t
public meeting of the Mental Health Association of Central Kentuciry, Monday night al
the lledii si Center.
staff and students,
Faculty,
whether or not they are memissoei-atio- n
bers of the newly-form- ed
for lay people, are Invited
to the open, meeting ai 1 ;i p
in I ( cture Hall MM 263 of the

ern Pennsylvs
scribe from p
what i commi

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BJenauH

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Florida

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Fesmdatiaa, Haater

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sseal il heaJth work via tlie
"park dour."' lie is a grafhsate
:f (lie Usrfve sitjr el Mlanesata
I aw
itli
Srhsol
jiddlilun.il
studies in social arark
A

Hunter became an
hosnital i'i North Carolina for
first hand experience. Shoefced
by what he saw, he joined others in ii pioneering attempt to
impr ive conditions In psychiatric
hospitals. Hunter later became
executive secretary of the Ha

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4

JIMMY DURANTE

to
trip aarta

deed.

ssn

PI TASK
money

MISCELLANiF

iltered. Knifed

dresaei sbort- a
hats.
PhoM
made
Custom
New
214 7l4fi
loratton 21.". K. Max-;i
UNtf
Mildred Cohen.
MaI.ARRVS
TENNIS SERVfCF.
chine strum"'!' near .ind aaad racswernlgM sir vice. t";ill
kets, trade-inor pith up drill 11 KenISMM
nedy Rook Store.
papers.
Will. TVPE then
4 p.m.
Call 27
itiisnnsMj
ISMSt
or
alter 4

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p.'JUjrj.rss

ipaanat'oaa i ustrocolcr

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RUSS TWBLVN

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i. .mi VK Ukran
F.
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BOBBY DARRIN
STARTS

FRUAY!

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PKEIdlSS

BCH.D

STEVE McQ'JEEN

BEN AU
PHONE

print

complish
A former
eaeeathre seer eta n
Mesttal Health
oi the N'ati

Mental Health Pi (nidaand when the National
Health Association was formed
he became assistant to the president
Robert Hiilenmeyer. president
of the newly -- formed
Central
Kentucky Association, said
will at temp ti
association
tid educate tin- publi
inform
on mental health needs, problem.1
and theii prevention and t maki-knowresources for
available
help
ni

tion,

LDI.G

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MRttli

KENTUCKY
THEATRE

till is

SPRING STYLES NOW
AT SPORTSWEAR MART
The late.-- t leak in all FOOT
is now available
in the

th Sportswear .Mart
Northern Belt Line
a-

ran

pe

(,

sosgasasepnw a m
atftds to t' e Wavy
ssvv
a

rd. No attest

w

l.'AUt

sail

ilti

cianon

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j.

PJ?

WitS

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ISM TBS. IS.
actual
BALE
radio. Spoke
Motorola tr.ip-i-tpack. exrr;, clean. Call
Ugasje :3ii
!4Mtf
after
p.m.

il
.eel-.

KUCH

r

F. KeMaseW.

Menial Health Pioneer To Speak

CLASSIFIED ADS
i

NEVclt SO

WAS

fJBk

ft

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a gSaifl

Hade gifts totaling

-

H came to UK :.: (S29 a head
)f the AiDepartment, and has

Pi in

3

1st AREA SHOWING'
3CBLE

Kt

1

Tlu Sportswear M irt is hi
the University coeds maunam
their reputaiton of style and
fashion by fss iitsllllMl them with
the latest styles.
It gsTets name brands in spring
fashion at phenomenal reductions This same merchandise is
available at other fine stores in
Lexington, but or.lv the sports-ar .Mart otter- - designer fashions at reduced price- The Sportswear Mart eaters to
the coed who can afford the finest, but who is wise enoiuh to
take advantage of discount prices.
The tremendous
selectj m it:
shorts, slacks, shirts, bio;.-'.- -,
swim suits and Other sportswear
lines premise- - the wise shopper
beauty ar.d bargains.
Visit
Sfort iwe.tr Mart soon

4

4570

ENDS TODAY
AWARD-WINNIN-

i.

'

I

"DAVID AND LIZA"
Two "Disturbed"

Students

TOMORROW

MWBVR

TON

Starts TODAY'

- IRROW--

Wherever vou go you look better in

ACTICN

'WHERE THt! TRUTH
LIES"

At last, somebody has buttoned down the perfect collar

* THE KENTl

that spring

tie m

ha-

-

spi

young men Ughtlj turn
thought i of baseball, tux rental Money : i the up c mine
cim) events, and love. It's thm I i
ed to dc some serious
tt(

t

fd noel

Itor.::.- I

you're anything tiki every-t-- n
;
have
else, these balmy
n pired .. raid en th
:. Dg last
bat- - '.
k
umm rs and fall's glad rags
a:ri sen
attin C:
fi rget thi
eh al
fanuu
g
I
and 1
trusty Id
It., soil Oops! A tot chj
J'
tocc yen Just couldn't resist
the urge to Jump into th swim
.M!ii. I tru.--i you've now ree . . t : cl
from the shock oi youi i"!l
i.
It'- - ::itc
!) BUI
't
tc take steps to correct the shape
t things Y j knriw that J .11
ha vent gained any weight yet
Uioe little bulges came from
somewhere. For
reasi n yjur
weigh! ha- - ltftd during the
winter, in much the same way
tlte sand in an boor gleet Joes,
ail b the be "torn.

.'

Eerer- - - the greatest itiiti
lor what ails you and with it a
sensible diet, lettuce leaves and
i.tt r. no less. The.-- e tw Ingredi- litt can whittle away your uu.b-lrm- .and rid you of the need l :
a third piece lor your two piece
te'.hinp mt and it might do
aay with you.
Along with the bathing rutt
problem comes the "what tc buy
Jui spring" problem. In anevei
ti this are a few notes on what'1-1lor spring, relax, everything
back. In
ihi had last ummer
addition to the wrap skirts, we
have a new look, well nc that
which Is
gpfr"g
Jgfswhwity, the shift. II you have
nr.y dresses lett over from the
ra. of ir58. drag then out
HttfJ
Mat only difference between the
hit and the sack is 'he name
rr.4 about twe inches more M .m
1. the side for a slightly lilted

ial heir.
The shift
going to be very
i
immei because
opwhu thi

1 cJc.

i

iiTO'd

drest which was good la-- t year,
in lact ever since Jackie Kennedy moved it into the national
spotlight.

two look.- - demand specThe
ial attention however. A foundation - your be.--t ba.--e for the
right spring shape and that I
starts at the skin and
works it- - way layer by layer into
the finished product, vol'.
Ihcuettes
demand the propei under garni

rhe

girdle.

mighty

The new

high

ii.ii tnidril look this spring. Yes,
I know I Just
that the loose

look was it for spring but it
you're saggy and baggy under-- m
tth the sharpest outfit can
k hkt something Intended tor
i femak walrus, Inwgfnt Jackie
in ber chic outfits w ighing 250
pi umh and you'll get a slightly
exagerated picture oi y. urself.
Gruesome isn't it? Back to the
labbit food.
The letgy look is back, ai it
it ever lett. especially m tapered
pants and slender skirt-- . T get
a great head to tee appearance
try one of the new longer legged
pantie girdles, they give you
that smooth line. Here'.- - a hint I
picked up the other day. don't
buy Juat pantie girdles get an
extra powerful old fashioned type
girdle for a smooth, tiny look in
those slinky party clothes.
Another point to consider in
buying under garment.- - tor spring
is the lact that the Jayne Mans-fiel- d
Look is out. The trend - to
a flt. natural, lightly flat look
to gc with the Mousey tops. It
you have the "poured into it"
look your clothe- - will aeem ridic-u- s,
ay the least. Save the
curves for the beach and every-thin- g
will be great. Aft
all the

t fashion motto is keep em
guessing but not too long.
Now that we've examined your
weight problem, your figure and
it- molding, let.- - take a look at
your hair.
During the winter you've ratted
it. steamed it. frozen it. baked it.
blown it and Just generaBy mistreated it. it's dry, contains bor
loads ol static and the curl Just
won't hold It's a mess, and ami
a mass, and you're .t your wits
end trying to control it. What
can you do? Your hair gets more
rough treatment than any other
part "i your body so it deserves
a rest cure in order to prepare tor
ill.' summer torture ahead. Sun.
sand, si... and ah. Right now
many beauty saloons ar
tiering
permanents at reduced rates.
Tin- - is the tune to gave your hair
and your pocket book, ii you
d :.'; need thi- - typi of redo Job
a little on a lea'
Why not
conditioning treatments. They're
good I'll- the hair. m.. king it soft
and easy to manage, it is al- the time to work on hah color
via rinses, dyes, and bl- aches. But
before th new you era rges (ran
ber cacoon think carefully it
youll be a- - happy ant! look natural a- - that color chart and the
hair dresser predict. Once you
take the big top there! no turning back.
March and April, aside from
being tile month- - when the law
students emerge from their winter oi hibernation. he crocus
pop- - forth, the men of Kappa
start measuring
their
Alpha
beards, the 1 1 1Mb lit I start frequenting the library regularly in
hopes grade- - will improve, and
the downtown merchants make a
killing on clothes sale.-- , is the
time when you have the opportunity to be a new you. As one
very intelligent young man 'l my
acquaintance once said. "Winter
is the time when girl- - hide their
figures under layer- - ol woolens
and spring is the lime when the
men learn the Awful Truth the
bulk concealed. So Gal.-- get busy.
Thi.- - lias been a public service
featdJre of the Kerr i. "Utaj
Slim And Hold V tui Man Debe.--

li

rtment."

Match 21, I'M,- ;-

.MO

COMMITTEE
be a meeting ol all
of the Committee
of

Jean Williams. ., freshman Di
education major trom Lexui--LaTurirv. a senior agriculture major trom Sacraim-nMNfa t'elenian. a
cation major lrom
to

Time will

member- 240 from
Franklin. Ander.-oMercer, Boyle, Woodford. Garrad.
Madison, Fayette. Scott and Jt
amine counties on Thursday at
4 p. m
on the second float ol
Frazee Hall. All members from
these counties are urged to be

.

Ru--el- l.

(Iarene
and
Alpha,

member

a.

pre-tn- t.

Laaubda

ot

Chi

MARRIED
t
a
Nell M- ph.-ns- .
t
graduate (rata rompkinsville, to
EanaM MacEead. .t seni
naUsm major frowj Wrentham,
Mass and a member of Kappa

lam Srnaiaa

Vlar

Kappa Alpha Theta and Dtlta
Tali Delta will hold a jam st ion
tin- - Saturday at the Circle H.
The Torques will provide the music.
Dutch l. mu ll
Dutch Lunch v. ill meet al no n
today ill Room 205 ol the Student
Union Building. Mrs. Katherine
from the Placemenl
Kemper,
Service, will be the guest speaker.
PIN MATES
laust late, .t sophomon home
economics major trom Hazard,
and
member oi Kappa Alpha
Theta, to oarv Williamson, a
science major
Junior
political
from Fulton ami a member ol
Smii'a Alpha
Ka
Khwhevlaa, a in hman
math' .uatic- - major from Lexington, ami a member of Delta
Gamma, to Jot Bweeauj a senior
electrical engineering major iroin
and a member of
Lexington,
Lambda Chi Alpha.
Donna Davis, a sophomore at
Eastern state College trom Richmond, and a member ol Phi
club, to RoKappa Tail
bert (Ceil Tussy, a Junior chemical
lrom
engineering
major
Kilksville, and a member ol Alpha Tail Omega.

li ( iauyhev.

pharmacy major from Louisville,

Phi Kpsilon

FM

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smIm

Wu

men's phys-

Mu,

ical tducatiaa aaajan Mgasuaa-lioa- v
wiM mt H laaggM .it S:M
in Eaam IW ot
iunnu Gyaa

Cooking

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lids

Aod
Vary thai mayonnaie!
chopped pa kle.-- . green i rip- - ol
ives, celery, Diaaiento or chives.

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TIPS
ON
TOGS

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By

"LINK"

t
CASUAL DErARTagEUri
8m
shirts have become a MUl must in
the college man's or college woman's" casual wear department. The
smart thing or fad is to wear ona
ENGAGEMENTS
Marj rage ( lark, a sophomore with your school. Iraternity or soreducation
major from Riissell-ViD- e ority emblazoned on it. another
and a member ol Chi Omega, lad h the Bla.-- t Jacket. These i an
to Jerry Fairs, a junior prelaw be plain or emblazoned al-- o
perLets everyone
Kentucky iod fa Florida.
major at We.-ter- n
know where you are lrom lunic s
State College.
'I in;
you prelerred they didn't
popularthe model --sweatshirt nr
short leeved vara ty.
spring
Stylus
Tin COOL look
All Stjrhn aumascripts should
win be
be submitted
to Emm Ls in sonified bs Dave Rswwning ol Phi
Oamma Delta ami a Junior isi
McVi i Mali l
la w raw.
C
Dave the e a b o
oeri e

'll

ti mi

K

lit comfortableness and
ligure taults. Another
look thai wiB be hand in hand
with the shilt is the two piece
Hi loose
it hide- -

ki KERNEL. Thursday,

Social Activities

Its Time For Vamps To Revamp
NANCY I.Ol CHRIIHiE
t
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Lihtcr

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tives

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T!ie girls

nro--

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ed that worn a

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Till.

tin
ty one. with the plec'e- - help,
and Mi::;- - them to thi picnic m
the tack of a truck. The actives
aw daylight on a farm
next
m the Ldktngton
somewhere
air. a.
The d.,y activitiei ( nsisted
k
and
el tfngtffg.
playing ball The actives h pi
treat the Little Haters to a i.n-Bpicnic soon.

M

DINER

John

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Cii-gr- al

t

m Rrethet HirHiff
to
your bi art ut Chris!

it

a
i '!L '. i lk
al
re ii
iok.ni'' type nyloa
horts l called skants) under your
wiiu trunks as
stwpport. They
dry quick and an very couafortabta
i

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Ol

oi the

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and now "ffgging. and ;i - come in
an array ol color-- . I th.uk VOU
wiH hke.

(
MARTIN
Cahernhv
igned a sharp pieee ol fun m ne
sun wear called "The Shnt-J- a
Ti a combination ot a sharl . 'I
eer u ket
jacket made ol cotton
ipa

WILL DUNN
DRUG COMPANY

it i.s
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time ord

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BLEEDING

Prcmpt
IcEaMa
PRESCRIPTION
SCRVICE

RAP'D
DELIVERY
SERVICE

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man n

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fcuntoin Scivicc
Sitdichcs

and SHcrt Orders

Dunn Drugs

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* The Kentucky Kernel
The South

Scmabble Over Student Job

Outstanding College Dattu

University of Kentucky

By

-m
:
r ndct the Act of M..r.h S, 1S78.
clan
Eiittr- - d at the prM office at I
Kcatadq
FuLIislu d four times a week during tlx regulai Kk oJ veat except during Liidayi
riama
SIX DOLLARS A s HOOL YEAI

ti

(

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Pturru, Camptu Editor
Dick Wallace, Adcertiung Manager
Ja Kit. LIl am, Arfi Editor

Fichard Wuok, IfaMffng Editor
Bin Fitfathk k, SfMWCi Editor
Nancy Long, Society Editor

John

THUBSDA1

Carl Modbob.

David

Dvarte, Sporfi

Jac k

IIauie,

unrhttt

Wrong Impression

years we have had the
wrong impression
Mississippi. VII
these years we thought the powers thai
bs.
were prejudiced onK against
Negroes and possibly damyankces.
At least this was the impression we
mm
tram the numerous press
flowing from thai troubled
Foi

NEW S STAFF

Nicm Editor

nan)

l

has called "out waj ol life."
here has been a
o .hkI behold!
revelation. Something eke hat disturbed those who would protect .i
w.t di life thai nevei was. I lie nic.it
threat thai has now prodded the
stalwart southern "gentleman" into
it
ni outrage and dismay is .t len-ni-s
playei al the University ol
lint no ordinary tennis player
this one. She's ii girl!
It seems Roberta
Alison is not
only a tennis player, but .i darned
good one. so good, in fact, she may
ileleat some ol those line representatives oi Mississippi manhood,
rhis
possibility has so upset Mississippi
State t ennis Coach l orn Sawyei thai
!h w .i
SEC Commissions Bernie
Moore to bat Robot. (rom competition; otherwise, Coach Sawyer threatens to default tlic matches rather
than allow lib boys to suffei possible
Barneti
1

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iii

i

humiliate
is

It

It had nevei occurred to us
thai tome ochei group might upsei
vli.it the loquacious Covernoi Ross

state.

Watch For Him

n.
a

shame

thai tlib

-.

Kennedy

new

must bring controversy to the
Southeastern Conference
spits program when the Mississippi state has
ketball team has broken the coloi
barrier, lnt now we al least know
thai the sovereign state ol Mississippi
is not narrow-mindein its prejudices.
d

worked in the capitol last summer, as
engineers, stenographers, tvpists. congressional assistants, and many other
jobs for various federal agencies.
Before last summer, it was entirely
up to the federal ag ncy involved to
determine who would get these jobs.
The students did. however, have to
meet the standards set by the Civil
Service Commission or the individual
government agency.
This year, the White House has
ordered federal agencies to submit
detailed plans foi the hiring oi summer help. W hite House assistant Dorothy Davies said that the administration intends merely to coordinate the
summer student employment
program.
But several federal agencies charged thai the new "coordination" system could leael to a new manner ol
doling out patronage lor political
profit.
(
Beckworth
Hep. Lindley
has introduced legislation to
apportion summer government jobs
in the nations capitol on a state popsaid this
ulation basis. BecktVOtth
week that he is getting encouraging
support from both parties on the bill.
The administration last summer
inaugurated a suit s ol seminars and

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By JOHN

Federal

wax
an,;
the Intend
students on the cha

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nncti

tvi

ot

Secretary

spoke to the
lences and onnortunities ol a novrei
nit nt eai r.
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in

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Houst 'K rdinatiou
would resul
in an increase iti political patrunag
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CL. .: .
make suit that "fiood kids don t Uc
lost in tin hiring shuffh and that w
end up with a representative group
Mrs. Davits saitl that slu is seeki
a.:
I
St
nac
mioimaneu un euucaio :a L
iL t oi'rii'i;i';
itminul
mil
residences ol student applying It
jobs this summer.
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bureau

hat directed

submit

estimates

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ol the number
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by tlu middle ot June. 7,923 studen
were on government payrolls.
Administration
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spokesmen
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could fit termed a general
bs. Da it s hopes to increase
.1o
Lira nine
ni t st nun u
dents employed this year
.

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success
the
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studea

but the administrata

in the past,
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posal to enforce geographic apportio
ment, on grounds that it limits In
choice ot tin best students.
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Portrait Of A Soviet Spy In The
Director.

students working

f i the

meetings
ad-

ministration program to entice top
collegi students into federal government careers is turning into a political squabble lu re.
The debate c titers around the
hiring ol college students foi government jobs in Washington during the
summer. More than 7,000 students

Editor

Ccmii,

Collcgiati Press Service

WASHINGTON-

EDGAK HOOVE!
Bureau til Investigation

-

In this
WASHINGTON
(AP)
ot the Soviet Spy when the
season
United States is espionage target No.
1 ot Moscow we might ask. "W ho is
"What dot s he look
a Soviet spy
like? "Does he have a profile?

Many people, undoubtedly, have a
definite image ot a spy perhaps a
Mata Hari type, ready
d
t' romantically deceive, or a
tellow. in a long coat, racing up
and down an alley.
good-looki-

dire-lace-

Nothing could be further from the
truth for the profile ot a Soviet spy
today is that he has no profile! By
this I mean it is not possible to set up
any composite picture because he is
m different, so varied.
Here is his great danger to our
tional security!

na-

The spy may be old or young, man
ot any national
backr woman,
ground, lie may be highly educated
or illiterate: he may be a doc tor, dentist, stenographer, military man. government worker, scientist, or 't any
trade or profession; he may be highly trained as a soy or a neophyte; lu
ma live hi a cheap boarding house
with no money i:: Iris pocket or reside in a swanky home.

Harry Cold was a rathei undistinguished chemist from Philadi Ipl ia.
His contact, Dr. Klaus Fuch who
furnished Cold data about America's

most valuable secret ot World War
II. the atomic bomb was a highly
scientist.
competent,
Another Cold contact. David Green-glasthough not a scientist, was in
an Army assignment at I. os Alamos
which enabled him to sketc h the lens
mold ot the Atomic bomb. Then there
was David's wile. Ruth. She didnt
actually commit espionage, but she
helped solicit her husband to do his
well-educat-

s,

t

il

w oi k.

All ot these including Julius and
Ethel Rosenberg were all different,
yet they were part ot one ot the most
dangerous spy combinations ever directed against the United states.

pist. a file clerk, or a charperson who has access
to coveted industrial ami scientific
documents can be valuable to the
Russians,
A

ty

bec." Here was a Russian agent Who
was he? Our investigation focused on
an Army seargent previously assigned
to tht American embassy in Moscow.
Compromised by a Russian .;iil in
Moscow with whom lit had an
this man became involved in

Th.n. like Col Abel, there are
deep-covSoviet spies native
professionally trained in espionage, who enter the United States
under false identification papers. CoL
llus-sian-

Abel, lor example, pose-- as a photographer w ith a studk) on the tilth floor
ot a Brooklyn building. He was an
fellow who would
ordinary-lookin- g

the Soviets developed a techncial librarian in an industrial firm. W ho else would have so
many secrets at hei fingertips? I"he
Russians even furnished cameras to

that his studio and hotel room were

photograph documents.

In another ease', a Soviet official
mad i a mistake. He sent his suit to
thj cleam rs with a confidential document in a pocket. His source? V Z'

eminent employee

in a highly

stra---

.

his arrest,

After

the FBI found

virtual museums ot espionage equipmentcipher pads, shortwave radios,
equipment '"i producing microdots.
Lex iti J also were containers,
such
i
ins, shaving brushes, tie clasps,
which had been hollowed out tor the
ot secreting

purpose
S.t't

espionage

mes- -

S.

Tliis lack ol a standard profile for
Soviet spy his apparent anonymity
and propensity to be ot many tvpes
a

inert as,
While tin FBI was investigating
the Col. Rudolf Abel espionagi c.im
wt ran across the code name oi "Que

V

is our

job

im estigators.

professional
1.

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a

help us:
Bom n t

,,mli-

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oi

i,.t.,r..i-

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lion you may possess concerning

espionage.

never command a second g