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The Kentucky Kernel VOLUME XLIV KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOUKR 24, 1962 NI MHKR 6 r i Opera Singer, Hollywood Actor Will Be Presented Next Week In Concert And Lecture Series SGA Approves ,313 Budget For 1952-53 School Year Ten Representatives To Be Chosen Dec. 5-0: Jim Mc Curry, 4-1; Jim Fred Williams, chairman of the Bradbury. 5-0; elections committee, said that elec- Marjorie King, 5-0; Pete Carter, tions for ten representatives will be 4-1; Elaine Moore, 3-2; Bob Jones. dale must To be eligible, a candi- filc a statement for 4-1: 4-1; Ich T. Applicants lor this program will be required to sign an agreement to serve on active duty, if commis- sioned, lor periods up to three years. In 1940 the English composer-con- ductor Albert Coates chose him to sing in the premier, in form, of his The following summer he made his opera debut at the Hollywood Bowl in "La Traviata".-53 Student Government Association budget calling for S4 31 3 was approved by the Assembly Monday night. London Will Sing Monday Opera star Gcdfg B London, bass-baritone, will Ik- featured in the first concert ol the Central Kentucky Community Concert and Lecture Scries at 8 p.m. In 1949 London sang roles in the Vienna State Opera ranging from Amanasro in "Aida" and Escamillo in "Carmen" to Prince Galitzki in "Prince Igor." the title part of "Boris Godounoff." and four char- acters in "Tales of Hoffmann." During the past summer he ap- peared in music festivals in Wies- baden. Soon afterwards he became a member of the Theatre, an to performances of opera in English During the 1943-44 season he ap- peared with the San Francisco Opera, as Monterone in The following year he cross country tour of "The Ti Arriving in New York he was en- gaged to sing the premier of Hinde- mith's Requiem on a poem by Walt Whitman at the New York City Center.All items wen approved except an appropriation for Freshmen Orientation. 5-0; dont'.- Council, and

The Kentucky Kernel VOLUME XLIV KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOUKR 24, 1962 NI MHKR 6 r i Opera Singer, Hollywood Actor Will Be Presented Next Week In Concert And Lecture Series SGA Approves $4,313 Budget For 1952-53 School Year Ten Representatives To Be Chosen Dec. 5-0: Jim Mc Curry, 4-1; Jim Fred Williams, chairman of the Bradbury. 5-0; elections committee, said that elec- Marjorie King, 5-0; Pete Carter, tions for ten representatives will be 4-1; Elaine Moore, 3-2; Bob Jones. dale must To be eligible, a candi- filc a statement for 4-1: 4-1; Ich T. Applicants lor this program will be required to sign an agreement to serve on active duty, if commis- sioned, lor periods up to three years. In 1940 the English composer-con- ductor Albert Coates chose him to sing in the premier, in form, of his The following summer he made his opera debut at the Hollywood Bowl in "La Traviata".-53 Student Government Association budget calling for S4 31 3 was approved by the Assembly Monday night. London Will Sing Monday Opera star Gcdfg B London, bass-baritone, will Ik- featured in the first concert ol the Central Kentucky Community Concert and Lecture Scries at 8 p.m. In 1949 London sang roles in the Vienna State Opera ranging from Amanasro in "Aida" and Escamillo in "Carmen" to Prince Galitzki in "Prince Igor." the title part of "Boris Godounoff." and four char- acters in "Tales of Hoffmann." During the past summer he ap- peared in music festivals in Wies- baden. Soon afterwards he became a member of the Theatre, an to performances of opera in English During the 1943-44 season he ap- peared with the San Francisco Opera, as Monterone in The following year he cross country tour of "The Ti Arriving in New York he was en- gaged to sing the premier of Hinde- mith's Requiem on a poem by Walt Whitman at the New York City Center.All items wen approved except an appropriation for Freshmen Orientation. 5-0; dont'.- Council, and $1,750 for the SGA secretary. In the next two years the bass- baritone made two individual con- cert tours, toured with the Bel Canto Trio, sang opera in New Orleans and was soloist with major orchestra* of the country, among them the Boston Symphony under Kdussevitzky.Since the Assembly could not conclude what the money for Freshmen Orientation is used for. This year's budget of $4,313 repre- sents a $550 decrease from last year's budget of $43C3. In 1950 he appeared in the Verdi Requiem with the Oklahoma State Symphony under Victor "Alessandro and the Mahler Symphony No.tlic item was not brought up for approval Ccortie [4MM, president of SGA. 8 with the New York Philharmonic-Symphony conducted by Stokowski.said he did not know • here the item originated unless it to talk to Lexington officials about was copied from last year's budget diagonal parking on Limestone Appropriations approved at Mod- Street. $150 for Vague, and $250 for mis- cellaneous lor SGA. Strauss "Lieder" Music Included The program will include "Ma- damina." from Don Giovanni, by Mozart; "Traum durch die Dam- merung." "Heimliche Aufforderung." "Ruhe. The investiga- tion will take about a month, he Rath bone To Appear Thursday Actor of stage screen, and radio.1953 Kentuckians Can Be Purchased The 1953 edition of the Ken- tuckian has been put on sale and can be purchased from members of the Kentuckian staff. Members of SGA and their at- tendance records for this year's five meetings are: Ed Berry, attended five, missed none; Abdel Nour, 2-3; Three other items were approved Pat Moore, 4-1; Pat Patterson, 5-0: Suzanne Swayze, 3-2; Jack Early, 3-2; Aliceann Clayton. meine Seele and Zueignung," all by Richard Strauss; and "Mono- Moussorgsky. School officials are investigating the financial status of the fraterni- ties to determine if they are quali- fied to enter into the arrangement. Basil Rathbone will dramatic interpretations and ex- cerpts from classics at S p.m. 2 To Juniors With Qualifications For the student interested in an army career. The purpose of the course is to provide the Organized Reserve with well-trained, efficient officers.

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The Kentucky Kernel VOLUME XLIV KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTOUKR 24, 1962 NI MHKR 6 r i Opera Singer, Hollywood Actor Will Be Presented Next Week In Concert And Lecture Series SGA Approves $4,313 Budget For 1952-53 School Year Ten Representatives To Be Chosen Dec. 5-0: Jim Mc Curry, 4-1; Jim Fred Williams, chairman of the Bradbury. 5-0; elections committee, said that elec- Marjorie King, 5-0; Pete Carter, tions for ten representatives will be 4-1; Elaine Moore, 3-2; Bob Jones. dale must To be eligible, a candi- filc a statement for 4-1: 4-1; Ich T. Applicants lor this program will be required to sign an agreement to serve on active duty, if commis- sioned, lor periods up to three years. In 1940 the English composer-con- ductor Albert Coates chose him to sing in the premier, in form, of his The following summer he made his opera debut at the Hollywood Bowl in "La Traviata".

-53 Student Government Association budget calling for S4 31 3 was approved by the Assembly Monday night. London Will Sing Monday Opera star Gcdfg B London, bass-baritone, will Ik- featured in the first concert ol the Central Kentucky Community Concert and Lecture Scries at 8 p.m. In 1949 London sang roles in the Vienna State Opera ranging from Amanasro in "Aida" and Escamillo in "Carmen" to Prince Galitzki in "Prince Igor." the title part of "Boris Godounoff." and four char- acters in "Tales of Hoffmann." During the past summer he ap- peared in music festivals in Wies- baden. Soon afterwards he became a member of the Theatre, an to performances of opera in English During the 1943-44 season he ap- peared with the San Francisco Opera, as Monterone in The following year he cross country tour of "The Ti Arriving in New York he was en- gaged to sing the premier of Hinde- mith's Requiem on a poem by Walt Whitman at the New York City Center.

All items wen approved except an appropriation for Freshmen Orientation. 5-0; dont'.- Council, and $1,750 for the SGA secretary. In the next two years the bass- baritone made two individual con- cert tours, toured with the Bel Canto Trio, sang opera in New Orleans and was soloist with major orchestra* of the country, among them the Boston Symphony under Kdussevitzky.

Since the Assembly could not conclude what the money for Freshmen Orientation is used for. This year's budget of $4,313 repre- sents a $550 decrease from last year's budget of $43C3. In 1950 he appeared in the Verdi Requiem with the Oklahoma State Symphony under Victor "Alessandro and the Mahler Symphony No.

tlic item was not brought up for approval Ccortie [4MM, president of SGA. 8 with the New York Philharmonic-Symphony conducted by Stokowski.

,750 for the SGA secretary. In the next two years the bass- baritone made two individual con- cert tours, toured with the Bel Canto Trio, sang opera in New Orleans and was soloist with major orchestra* of the country, among them the Boston Symphony under Kdussevitzky.Since the Assembly could not conclude what the money for Freshmen Orientation is used for. This year's budget of ,313 repre- sents a 0 decrease from last year's budget of C3. In 1950 he appeared in the Verdi Requiem with the Oklahoma State Symphony under Victor "Alessandro and the Mahler Symphony No.tlic item was not brought up for approval Ccortie [4MM, president of SGA. 8 with the New York Philharmonic-Symphony conducted by Stokowski.said he did not know • here the item originated unless it to talk to Lexington officials about was copied from last year's budget diagonal parking on Limestone Appropriations approved at Mod- Street. 0 for Vague, and 0 for mis- cellaneous lor SGA. Strauss "Lieder" Music Included The program will include "Ma- damina." from Don Giovanni, by Mozart; "Traum durch die Dam- merung." "Heimliche Aufforderung." "Ruhe. The investiga- tion will take about a month, he Rath bone To Appear Thursday Actor of stage screen, and radio.1953 Kentuckians Can Be Purchased The 1953 edition of the Ken- tuckian has been put on sale and can be purchased from members of the Kentuckian staff. Members of SGA and their at- tendance records for this year's five meetings are: Ed Berry, attended five, missed none; Abdel Nour, 2-3; Three other items were approved Pat Moore, 4-1; Pat Patterson, 5-0: Suzanne Swayze, 3-2; Jack Early, 3-2; Aliceann Clayton. meine Seele and Zueignung," all by Richard Strauss; and "Mono- Moussorgsky. School officials are investigating the financial status of the fraterni- ties to determine if they are quali- fied to enter into the arrangement. Basil Rathbone will dramatic interpretations and ex- cerpts from classics at S p.m. 2 To Juniors With Qualifications For the student interested in an army career. The purpose of the course is to provide the Organized Reserve with well-trained, efficient officers.

3-2; Charles raiidiuacv .•• i hi Repistrai Oi'Negley. assistant art professor at the University, is ex- hibiting 14 paintings at the Art Center Association Gallery, Louis- ville, this month at the invitation of Eugene W. In next month's election, students will elect one lower classman, one one upper class- upper classwoman from the College of Arts and Sci- and one Agricul- ture College; one lower classman the Commerce College; one from the Engineer- ing College: one man at large from the Graduate School: and one man at large from the Education Col- Educators Will Unite For Two-Day Session Naval Officer To Interview For Reserve The Assembly voted to buy three new ballot boxes and locks and keyt for the old ballot boxes. 3 he is going to get form.» to write bills on in duplicate. UK Artist Has Exhibit In Louisville Raymond Barnhart. At present he is the art department's principal teacher of painting and design. President Lawson said that before the next meeting on Nov. Professors from nine UK depart- ments are working with the bureau to improve the training of principals and superintendents in Kentucky's public schools. He has been an instructor in the UK art department since 1936. The group's work is a part of the southern states' regional workshop for improving educational adminis- tration. Barnharfs last one-man show in Louisville was held in Feb. He has had other art exhibitions at the Lexington Creative Arts Gallery, the Kentucky Historical Society Museum at Frankfort, the Evans- ville. Public Museum, and two exhibitions in the University of Kentucky's Art Gallery. Mr Barnhart received his MA degree from Ohio State University. An experimental program, it is known also as the Kellogg project. A reception was held in his honor last Friday at the art center school. Barnharfs Louisville show were done by him in Guanajuato. Ten of the paintings are done in lacquer, three in oil. A Louisville art critic termed the style in his recent works as "a personal blend of ex- pressionistic and constructivistic tendencies." Mr.

ex- one third of the SGA represents - plained that the first two meeting tives are elected m the fall, and of the year were in the afternoon representatives, the and that the vice president, to attend because of are elected in the All students who have not re- turned their proofs for the year- book should do so promptly, Brad- ley Bureau Seeks To Improve School Heads Plans to improve educational ad- ministration in Kentucky have been made by the Bureau of School Serv- ice.

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