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  1 NOVEMBER I962
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  ;·Q t. CREATIVITY IN COLLEGE TEACHING .. . . 4 K
  jj, I PRESIDENT DICKEY RESIGNS   . . 6
-{   Q HALL OF DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI . 7   ,. . , . .
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·_ L. Berkley Davis, 22 Stone Creek Park, Owens- The UK Alumni Executive Committee meets
L   1***1** I'1I¢'TIII €?<1’II'<‘$ 1965) V _ monthly, September through july, at a time
i ’_  . ` [I. lI..-Di\\\'5UI1, Bloomfield, Ky. (Term expues amd place appointed for the convenience of
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,;IuI/; It I <‘Ir;»r‘r¤»» its (loop rwgrvt at thu t`(`·S‘IQIIt1lI(7II of Prcsitlont Frank G. Diekoy. Rooogni; I  
urs; II I ina his §I'(`(llII('\.S` in all fwlils. wo would luaro to othors tho words of praiso for   I
5 ’III‘I I ('IIt`t`t/ ('II(]t’IIl`Ut` ot/u·r than his rotations with tho alumni and particularly with tho I I
I/II' .-\hnnni .\.~s·III·iutuIII. '[`lu· trrni at his ailmmistration has boon tho pariotl of tho   I
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growth aiu] (IIItl('l`.\ltltl(ll}IQ hu its nwnilaors. Nono of this would luwo boon   I
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ship ani] thi- vanip/i·t4· loiw of Frank Dii·kz‘y. It was his firm boliof that a groat   I
uiziiwrsitu must ln· awwroiis in a.s·.s·istaiw¢· to its alumni and ask from its alumni    
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    (illilllty of iltStl'llCti()l1 pl'()\’i(l€· ;_l$$tll‘;_1i]()(j {lint the next per eeiit (yi. tlioge \\‘li() ;itt(·i](ie(l xviii yi;) l()|]g(‘I` lie ,iE~·_ I-  WW t`es(
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  t _ I Hwy Well hhiye been Sowu recently at the Uui\‘erSity of \\’lmt lizippeued during.! the txvo—xveek session to pu tv?
·.     i Kentucky. this etleet? First, the visiting te;u·hers_ nloiu; uitli >i‘-Tl l|
E? _ {QE It WHS there that 20 young professors from Southern flight eousultunts und the tour UK stiiit meinliers. uiinl 1 {lumps
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i     competence und willingness to experiment, met to explore whose seeluded tueilities ollered un utinospherv t'·¤\·‘¥—·*-‘  iifemmc
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{mm llarvard. Yale. (Ialifornia. (Ihicago. Ohio State. and the promise of newer and better teaching methods.     l 5
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    V),        ·  _A c ·     Christian University, is the author of .3   —_\ ;i Ii  
    ‘ V * t "     *4  a new book, "Mary Austin Ilolley: .~\ N _ _  _
    p ° .   s:. `“  p, A Biography" published this month by
    {X  is   _ _ the University of Texas Press. Mrs.   r"' '
  _     ,¢*" _ _ Holley was the wife of Dr. Iloracc q · { •
  A   ";'*   I Holley, first president of '1`ransyl— i .   ·* `
  I . s    if vania University, and a cousin ol   .‘ msg
i.'       3k_ ,   p   Stephen F. Austin, founder of the first L , K ` Md
    1 _   I i   .  Texas colony. After her husband`s · l Y ,~ .
  dif}? t . X _ i _ death, Mrs. Holley moved to Texas
l     ,   I, ·` and, as a writer, she helped attract `/ l.
    I  i` ""’ support for .—\ustin`s colony and. later. V, ‘
    for the annexation of Texas. The if   i
      ` panorama of her life, described in   ·
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      I Mrs. Owen LCC (RE B E C C A the reader to the tempestous early I-’\~\II‘;S ll'- llilxli ‘f()~ U ttfttttl .‘
      SMITH, ’16), Lexington, is the years of the American Republic. The I’iIuI1Iic of fla Iaj
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