xt7x0k26bx3g https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt7x0k26bx3g/data/mets.xml University of Kentucky Fayette County, Kentucky The Kentucky Kernel 19541210  newspapers sn89058402 English  Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. The Kentucky Kernel The Kentucky Kernel, December 10, 1954 text The Kentucky Kernel, December 10, 1954 1954 2013 true xt7x0k26bx3g section xt7x0k26bx3g Group Considers Plans For New Faculty Club
The Uni:Mty mav have

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past few
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a new Faculty Club soon. During the
Interest has btcn aroused In the possibility
club house. A committee of about 20 fatuity mem.
plan
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3. A Urge (lining room, pmr
of Hie M.od-- :
miaKP Dept. Is room anil kitchen.
.nmrMee to study
There are now 7.1 mrmocrs of
the IT'
he prnv'v:,i hv
I 'r-:nicmbt i
u'lillv and Mall. the s family C'luh and anoiher
who mr potential rrem-ber- hKo compiling
This in
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inform.!
..e loi iiion ol the
Aleut ril or ') per tent of the
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and incur.:, of
memhet have lui .h nl the club
final, rr ,. 'he
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OuesCrrinr.ir
.ire heinx used hy every dav The rlub al-- holds
Including tiitluc
functions.
the miti. mir ee to collect tlie
lnlt:rn;il:i,'i Ir i n fatuity members. parties and open houses
The pmo.e f t!ie questionnaire!!
Club members ni.iinl.iln tlmt a
includes
Information on nen house is needed iiince the
the kind f fj. ilitics and recrra-lio- equipment, space and facilities are
tin' : acuity wants.
no Inn err adequate.
Alier ': :p - irmnaires are reThey also hold that a new club
,
will would (live more faculty members
turned.
.group the infc: -- nation and send It. n better chance to become acto the nv;n c .v.iviittee. which will quainted.
take
information seems
The present club house was built
best.
In 1880 and was the home of PresiSome f th snested features dent Patterson.
(or n new fac.ihy club are:
The main floor of the house has
a dining room, lounge and kitchen.
1. I.hlnj,
quartern for faculty On the second floor are a reading
members who might want to live room, and a game room with equipin the club.
g
ment for
and pool.
2. Arcor:inor?atlon(
for I'niver-it.- v
A married couple lives upstairs
(tuesfs.
acts ashe club's host.
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This beautiful piece of architecture Is how the pro- posed faculty rlub will look if It becomes a reality.
Prof. Vincent Nelson of the Modern f oreign Lan- guage Department, (a studying the interest In such

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the location and methods of financing surh a build- lug are also bring considered,

SG A Election
Vol. XI A' I

University of Kentucky, Lexington. Ky.. Friday! Dec. 10, 19.1t

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Set Wednesday

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Ten representatives Iroin si v fillei;es will le elcttetl
eiliiistlav It. (lie Student (irtcrnment ssih iatiun. At stake
til tin- student U
in tlie ImIIi it in4 will Ih'
el nnient
.issetnlily.
li.illntiiii: iu all iiilli'Uts will U' Iii IiI limn S a.m. to I pin.
Wit tlie eccptiin of tlie (lulleoe ul Arts ami Si it iiees. all collides will cast tlieir votes lor S(', candidates iu tlie college
represented liy tlie candidate. Arts and Sciences and (Graduate
School students will vote in tlie Student Vninu.

Work Of UK Scientist
Featured On 'Life' Cover
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t IIRISTIK

Tlie l.itfst issue

VANDERGRIFT
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inauaziiic tarries

ttixcr pluitor.ipli nunle possilili" tlirt)iiv;li
tlie use i I ;i:i apjiaratus
ly H L K'
scientist.
Kespon'ol" tor the machine Is Dr. Karl O.
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Lange..

director of the U K. EnKineering
rxpi'iimciir 6 .ttion. In this position he directs
operations ot the school's aeronautical-researclaboratory,
The intrumcnt nf Dr. I.atiRr's Is called a
senilis its name by presenting a picture ol ail the contours of the head in zebra-lik- e
ktripes.
Dr. t.iiic vid the measuring apparatus was
developed ironi his own itleas and thuse of Dr.

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Merle Carter, a member of the University's engi
neering faculty.
The machine was actually built at the Lange
Instrument Company, an independent firm which
the UK scientist operates on the Richmond Hoad
n
The
Air Development Center
awarded this company a contract to build the man
chine for use at
Air Force Base,
Dayton, Ohio.
The equipment was sent to Wright Field last
summer and has been used for head measurements
there since.
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Dr Lange said he could not explain its operation
and function in detail tint to security regulations.
He said, ht w.cver. that t(ie chief purpose of his inI lie
tention, as being used by the Air force, is to help
l ni t l'sit ( Inn us and
scientists tlesiyn masks for fu'ure airmen.
Orchestra, under the direction
rrom data received by the rm'chinr. mask spe-- i
ah.-iran mold pieces of oxygen masks to fit the ol
iiiiu Ki inieuii. will
head perfectly from a mp ot the subject's face.
their aii'nial
resentat inn ol
.llal.d.ls "M, i.i!i" at S p in.'
I liuisda
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Choristers

Wrii;ht-P;itter.so-

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Constitutionalist candidates in
the election are;
Arts and Sciences J T. Frank- -

enbirger.
lowcrrlassman;
Mart y
Hurmaii. Itiwerelasswoman:
Bob
Huhle.
and Hetty
Jo Martin. Iippeiclasswoinan
Aurit ulturr -- Charlie Yani ey.
lassinan . and Hoy Gibson,
loweri
( ommi rif-J- im
Fisher, lower
clfissnmn.
f nuinrering Hi t.i v Jaggi rs.
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small.
up-pe- vi

las-ma-

Graduate

scum.
This

Voting procedure, which vim
agreed upon by SOA Mmiflay, will
be the same as in last .spring's
f election.
Each voter must present
his II) card or other standard
identification
"driver's license,
dratt card, etc before he call

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famuli- -

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laith. death and tesu! lei

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tin re Mill bt jjart.- - ;i')iir all t hit

fVr.s on S(rA Yoto

sections.
WHAT: flection of 10 St.
.Mr. Kivinirmi, t tindui lor of the
representatives
I nivcrsity Chorus, is
WIIKN:
WednrstUv
in this area as a tenor soloist, lie
NIIHU : At rath rollrge. exis a member of the music faculty
cept Arts i. Stiences whitli
and has a master's degree in voles in Student I'nion
Musical Kducation.
The chorus
has about ?:i. members and does
f ducation Joe Taylor,
a major choral uork each semester.
All the soloists in the program
are students at the University exCanditlates
running for the
cept Jack Ritter. tenor soloist of United Ktuiients Party are Itxinrton and MuxacU .Street Arts and Science Chip Rice,
low ercla small . Kav Maitcrstet k,
Presbyterian Chunli.
The student soloi-Lare Sally
Continuid to Page 7
(Jail Jennings, Barbara
Hollmann.
Watson. Bonnie Gibson,' sopranos;
Peggy Cowuill, Georgia Hill, altos:
I eler Ay re. tenor; Charles Sims.
Charles Neal, and Roy W.nxlall,
baritones.
in the program will be
Ann Hutkllestnn.
Carl
pianist,
Bleyle and Meile MtTnto-h- . organThis program is open snd
ists.
free to the public.
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Name Band
Is Highlight

OflFCDanee

will
The Billy Mav Orthe.-tiheadline attraction at the.JfC
it
e toinoriow night in the
dam
I'nion H.illiiHUii.
'Mi e bund, tthich has Lm en called
one ol (lie finest Miuiig orgal.l-ation- s
in the coimlry, will be
Bet au-- e
teti by Sum Donahue
of record eiigageiiienls. May did
not aitoinpany the band on tins
ear's toi.r
Donahue, u Mleian tel. or t.
plaer. has worked with the Gene
Kiupa. Benny G'sxlmaii.
HatiV
haials
Jaine,. ar.d Tuinm lJu
II. lit Ik of 11. f
Ilojilile- - l.i the
Ol K lag 'ales will itl- -i if HW,iiiet
(e
a ' t he f!
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MVri May llenvv
Dean I rank J. Welch, who has
headed the olleie of Agriculture and Home fronomies since
MAI, Is under conslderaliiin lor
the pn siili'iu y of the I nivrrsily
ot Idaho.
Idaho officials have announced
that Itran Welch lias been rrt
otiunentli-d
to hrat the Idaho
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the i ontouo tin ler, a tleviir he
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similar m lure
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10. 19.',

SQA Assembly Will Hour

ZW System Makes 2 Changes

Heporls On Salurday Classes

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Natarsla tteaaea ar soma mem-- b
f th administration wra:
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till thnrwii saw
X ta Iraprava arhaal spirit
3. ta (Iva stuatonls a praprr rdu-- r

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L la (Iva Dean af Wamen Sarah
f.. Holmes mnra rantrol arar
women who travel home an week

end.

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or absolute
strengthenniK
of the powers in this field. "
Saturday clans rule will lighten the
lo.id i)l some students who have
Iwavy rlH.ss loads on Monday,
WediieKday, Hiid Friday.
CliHiirs Palmer. SOA president,
linked the assembly. "Do wo feel
that this new reason advanced by
IV'iin White Is a Valid reason for
the ruling? And should we take
further actiou?"
One student ntte'iidlnn the meet
iiu said. "We don't understand
vhv yniverxity officials should
cover up, unless there has been a
tiiisiindt istandinn between Dean
White's uflice and the admimstra
tinii '
iortar Hoard. senior women
honorary, in a letter to S(i A
the Saturday class ruling
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said. "We wish to support SUA in

that

Two

shaped directory.
The new directories are yellow and list tha
names of the students, their Lexington addresses,
phone numbers, classifications, and colleges.
The general opinion of most of the student
seems to bo that they do not like the hometowns
boing omitted but do like the new slse.
There has been criticism about the number ol
errors occurring which were not caused by the IBM
system, such as Mrs. being listed as Miss or vice
versa, or the wrong people being listed as officer
of clubs.
Here are some of the comments of various stu

In-e-

dents:

LEE ANN LEET. Br . College of Agrlc. and Home)
"There are quite a few mistakes especially ot
phone numbers and officers of clubs."
LUCY DANIELS. Soph., College of Ed "Thera
are so many phone numbers left out, but I think
Ec.

that

ne Information.
The offset plates for printing the student dlrec- -

enforcing

tlie

from the IBM printed list

of students. This accounts for the different print
which Is some larger; thus providing the different

major channel necessitated by the
I DM
system have U'en made in the new
lttil-.V- )
student directories. The new directories are larger in width and the hometowns
of the students do not appear. Some minor
changes have also
made, such as the
classification ,ind college of the student being
listed bv InimlxT.
8QA also refused a remiest hv
Member of the registrar's office explained that
Dean of Men Leslie Martin to aid
norne towns were not listed because one line
in the enforcement
of the no
drinking rule at athletic events.
w" allowed for each student. With IBM print, two
wol'1' "v been necessary for thla additional
In a letter to Dean Martin the
group said. "The sentiment of the. tory
and at the same time the cost.
association, however, is unanimous
The printing of the hometowns would hare also
on the fact that this Is too devious delayed the reasase ol ths student directory. Thla
.. la because the Lexington addrea and phone num..
anH IntttnoiM
..r..KI
measures "to be taken bj bers are printed by IBM immediately and the home
a student irroun thut hn tin tnriv. towns then are not Added unlll nmi tim latr t.

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torles are photographed

By YVONNE EATON

motion wan passctl lv the Student Government Associaa represent, itie from each eollcne make
tion
a detailed rvpnrt im vI Monday on the Saturday class situation
as it applies to individual colleges.
vwu ihiuik ui uciiuriiviuii,
11. rffnrla t
nrait Ihla mv.
the student govrrnlna; (roup agreed ment. Wa believe that restricting
tho biHsent confusion came student ta rampua aver weekends
that
from tha liMlwUion and excuxes by having snara Matarday classes
offered by tha administration.
will da nothing ta Improve school
Th fur rlrtnal rttuni (ivn spim.
A

tliitt week to

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the students' fault."

DAVE STEWART. Soph., College of
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obtain a college degree." Mis Mor-et- 'l
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1'uininn to tlie subject of datiiiK.
she commented. "I have been surprised- by the datinR system that
typical of the States It took
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..inc some time to understand that
it is not only due to the way of
lite of the American youth, but
alo to the fact that unconsciously
the 'very up to date' Americans
back with great pleasure n.
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oi l habits of chivalry.
"I guess my opinion is confirmed
b the fact that even the wildest
and ymtncekl college boy, if he
has a date, behave or is supposed to behave like a gentleman."
People (set married older in Italy,
as tlie men don't earn enough to
suoport a family at a early ape.
tii'iierally. the men are about 30
and the girls are around 24 or
2h. she related.
In respect to the family. Miss
Moretti stated that the Italian
families are more
than they are her. The influence
and authority of the father Is very
Miong.
-The man ix protected by law
.and has all the rights and
over the wain an in familx
matter," she added.
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mid tactics, anr.oir'.red the crimp
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licit. WilliHtn D B.'iT, Wa.wie J.
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second hip president of
Tlnta Smnia !'!n. irot("5ioiial
women's journalism honorary, will
be at I'K tlii week to u'tend tlie
iniliatlim ot the new members of
they an. pus i hapiei
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m In
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LPxiiiK'on K't'.d-Lcadenntl the Athletic A ).:,:ioti. The!
Trouper's tlowr..i v i.l be in the
Santa Clous show i:i the Memorial Coliseum.
Monday the divvo:-- . station by
moderns, tumblers, a:;1 clowns wiil
be for the Jeffemo.i C :ai'.ty school
tenchers meetu;g i:i Louisville.
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State A g Group
Plans Meet Here

LOVE IN KLTKKSE
They were at the campus swimming pod. Slw a standing on th
'iirniiing n er. "IIe ,"
divimr b iard - lithe, young, vibrant, lie came
he ralleil. climlui g up on tlie board, "was it jou who made that divo

a minute ago?"

She nodded - lithe, youne. vibrant.
"Whew!" he whistled. "That was some dive! A hack jackknife two
and a half twist full gainer swan. Where did yuu 'learn 'to dive
like that?"
"I fell off the board," she explained.
go
"Oh," lie said. He looked at her lithe, yourg, vibrant.
steady," lie said.
"I!ut I don't know anything about you," she said.
How do you like my new nylons?
"What's there to know?" he said. "I'm a typical American college
man young, healthy, and broke."
"That's good vnough for me," she said, "for I am not interested in
money. I urn a girl of simple tastes - lithe, young, vibrant."
"Dad!" ho whispered.
"Crazy!" she breathed.
Their lips met. Their arms twined. They fell off the loaril.
"If you only knew," he said later, as he applied artificial respiralooking for a lithe, young, vibrant girl of
tion, "how long I have
Campus Ciiirina. I'K's ni'wrt cnjtuval and t'litcrtainiiit'iit
simple tastes, for though my heart is large and full of love, my pur
-t
is lean and meagre. My cruel father sends me an allowance barely
-i- ll
Eroica" u th, socomt in a scries of l.l
large enough to support life. So I have been looking high and low for
Hnild-Se- i
S p.m.
i:. tin- Talor
I'diit'silay
showings at
a girl of simple tastes."
"Search no more," she said. "My tastes are simple; my wants am
few. Just take me riding in a long, sleek, new yellow convertible,
vow of democracy and
it
Campus Cinema, a
"
and I am content."
by the Audio hafreti of tyranny: his intense, if
DrotPCt promoted
"lioodbye." he said and ran away as fast as his chubby little l"g
craving for love; and his!
Visual Bureau, began Its series idealist,
could carry him, for he knew this girl was not for the likes of him,
He had neither convertible nor hardtop, nor the money to buy one,
10 for the mm
played
nor the mount to get the money, short of tucking up his stingy father
y
committee of Mu- - by the Vienna Philharmonic and
by the ankles uml shaking It mi till his wallet fell out. No, there waa
6.vfr.pnojnc urcnestras. conducted
denth" and 'ac-"- nothing for it except to forget this girl.
"Kroiea." more commonly known by Hans Knappertsbusch. assisted
Itut lying on his pullet at the dormitory, he could not get her
itorV- - ,
film bv the tholr 0, the Vienna State
Mw
out of his mind and tinally he knew that hutever.the expense, he
story emblematic of the man that Opera and the Vienna.- Choir Boys.
had to have her -- lithe, young, vibrant.
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The Austrian film's cast stars
pin,
So he sold a few things-I- ns
textlxioks. his overcoat, hii hi-vv" Eald Bal.ser. Marianne Schoe- "
goodly sum. He
and soon he had
for.
nauer. Judith Holzmeister and his roommate's truss sold automobiles. accumulated adues It cost," he
"How much
Went to a place that
The film shows the great man's CKkar Werner.
aaid, "to buy a yellow convertible automobile?"
The man told him. He collapsed in a gibbering heap.
After a while he stirred and shambled home. Hut on the way b
passed a place with a big sign that Haul: KKN'T A CAH-IKIYOL'KSEl.K. Hope came into our hero eyes. He went inside. "How
much does it cost." he said, "to rent a yellow convertible automobile?"
"Ten dollars a day, plus seven cents a mile," said the man.
"Done and done," said our hero, and soon he drove away in a long,
slock, new, yellow convertible.

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.Agricultural
ext..slcr. workers
from throughout. t.". .state will
meet here for their annual con- ference next week. A'.Vr preltml- nary meetinKs Mur.i iv afternoon
and Tuesday morr.u q, the general
after- .session will begin
noon and continue ur.til Friday,
Among the n'.ore prominent

Campus Cinema To Present
'Eroica', Beethoven Story

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vice; H. C. Sand'T-- . of Loui.sl- ana State Univer.-it- .
J V. Burch.
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The Department a' tlodern
Languages
Literatures
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the 'Kentucky PDr?ji:; Language
Quarterly," which ;.; be devoted
to all
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and
teaching of ancient, rr.eoheval and
foreign
modern
The publication i ed.ed by a
board composed of Pi )! Alberta
W. Server, Departu.ftit c'.
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Foreign Languaii.
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Guianol: "Unci
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high on a windswept lull.
"l'l.ilip Morris?' he said.
"Yum. yum!" she said.
They lit up. She snuggled against him. "You know." he suid. "yoti
arc like a Hi. lip Morris - mild und fresh and relaxing."
"Hut there H a big difference between me und l'l.ilip .Morris."
and teguiar, arid I am only
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"Oh, goody!" said the lithe, young, vibrant girl when she saw the
car. "This suits my simple tastes to a T. Come, let us speed over
rolling highways and through bosky dells."
And away they went. They drove north, they drove south, they
they
drove fust, they drove slow, they drove east, they drove
drove and drove und drove and, finally, tired but happy, they parked

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regular."

They laughed. They kissed. He screamed.
" hat is it, dear man?" cried she. ulanued.
"The speedometer," he said. "I jusl noticed. We put on 2o mih-tonight, and this car co.st.s seven cents a mile, and I have only $14

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"Hut that's exactly enough," she said.
"Yes," he Suid, "but we still have to drive home, and that will put
here w ill 1 gi't the money to pay
a lot more miles on the car.
for that?"
"(iee, I don't knrw," said she.
"Me neither," he said glumly. He started the motor and backed
out of the parking plat v.
''Hey, look!" said the girl. ""The speedometer An n't move when
you're backing up."
He looked. It wai true. Mileage only registered when the far
moving forward -- not in reverse. "Kureka!" he said. "Thiu's it!"

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" said she.
"kxartly!" said he. "1 will drive home in reverse. Then no more
miles will register and I'll have enough money to pay!"
"1 think that's a (ieoiire idea!" he cried, and she was right. Beilothis, and
cause today our hero n in the county jail whi rr
I'ulging are provided fri-- of charge, uiei his ullowance is piling up
fa-- t.
i : y th- - time I,i4 wnti'iiii' is ended, he should hnve enough to
take his gul oat ri ling u'aiu.
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Adopts New Resolution

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The Judiciary Committee of the Student Oovcmment Association
adopted the following resolution last week In reference to the "UK 8tu-c- li
nt Parking May End" story which appeared In last week's Kernel.
"The Judiciary Committee feels that the aforesaid article which
states that 'University officials' are contemplating certain changes In
the parking situation at the University of KentucKy necessarily Infers
that the Judiciary Committee, which Is student committee of SOA.
fi.'iK abandoned IU delegated responsibilities.
"The Judiciary Committee, among Its other charges, handles
parking (subject to the approval of the University administration).
p.. provides for the registration of automobiles and the Issuance of
pi rmits. holds weekly meetings to hear complaints and apeal.s. etc.
e
secretary) generally
In other words, the Committee (and Its
maiiaue the parking .situation and enforces parking rules of Its own
stu-tii-

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The Cosmopolitan Club in spon'
soring an "International Dinner",
with 10 foreign dishes prepared by
foreign students of different countries.
,
Prlmitlva Perez, president of tho
club, has announced that the
affair win be held rn the First
Methodist Churrh. 214 W. High,'
A 30 p m. tomorrow
at
Tickets cost
B0 cents
e
10
different
and may be obtained front
dishes
Cosmopolitan Club members of the
YMCA office in the SUB until 4
p.m. today.
M
Dr. Thomas D. Clark, head of
the History Department, will discuss International understandings
and his recent trip to India and
other countries in the Far East.
The menu will consist of: Chl,
nese Shrimp Soup, Japanese Suki-yaand Sushi, Iranian Poolo
Khoreshl. Palestine Kafta, Turkish
Pilav, Philippine
Crab Tortilla.
India Vegetable Cutlet, Colombia
Spaghetti, Ibanese Salad,
Pancake, American
Bread and Butter with Coffee or
Tea.

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"The Judiciary Committee, therefore, believes it should be made
to the student body, represented by the Committee, that It continues to work in their behalf toward the solution of the parking prob-- i
in which now exists.
"The Committee continues to cooperate with University officials
and the Chairman, Is a member of the study group headed by Leslie
L Martin, Dean of Men. The Judiciary Committee has been the main
exponent of a positive procram which Includes the eventual construction of the modern parking garage mentioned In the said article.
"The Committee has not Issued Its own report to the students concerning proposed chanqes In the current parking program because it
feel .statements at this, early date of preliminary planning can only
Mnifu.se the issue and Ofl use misunderstanding."
Leslie Morris heads the Judiciary Committee. Other members in-- rl
ule Olenn Sanderfur, Jack Clore, Diane Parr, and James Baker.

IFC Endorses
Four Changes
In Social Rules

WAA Will Hold
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Council
li.is mdorscri four rule changes
roMistl by the University So- -'
i.d Committee.
Inter-fraternit-

Program

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The revisions, which were pre-- !
by Dean of Men Leslie
Martin Tuesday night, ore de- turned to make fraternities moret
aware of their responsibility to
pledges. The new rules have been
sent to the faculty for final ap- - j
pioval.
If put Into effect, the changes
will prevent fraternities from drop- ping a pledge for academic de- - j
fu iency until the end of the
mester. At present a man mav be
during the first eight
weeks of a semester if his grades
are falling.
The academic standing for
initiation will be lowered from 2.2
to 2.0. Academic probation will be
put on a semester rather than a
yearly basis.
A social function
for fraternl-ties.o- n
social probation will be defined as any group making up 10
per cent of the membership of the
fraternity, but not consisting of
less than five members.
The IFC discussed the possibility
of a Greek Week next spring. The
IFC felt a Greek Week would help
develop cooperation among fraKPiited

The Women's Athletic Association will hold its annual Play-Da- y
program tomorrow.
Most of the colleges In the state
will be represented with teams for
various group and individual
sports.
The games will start at 9 a.m.,
and the learn with the most points
will be Judged the winner at 4 p.m.
The program will be held in the
Alumni Gvm. with the swimming
meet In the Coliseum pool.

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