The University of Kentucky Public Information Audio Collection, 1954-1966

Descriptive Summary

Title
The University of Kentucky Public Information Audio Collection, 1954-1966
Creator
University of Kentucky
Extent
16.5 cu. ft. (33 Boxes): 323 Items
Subjects
University of Kentucky
Basketball--Kentucky--History
Football--Kentucky--History
Education--Kentucky
Finding Aid Author
Processed by: Staff, Hugh Henderson, Harold Rosenbaum; machine-readable finding aid created by:Harold Rosenbaum
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
The University of Kentucky in Lexington, KY is a land grant institution founded in 1865. The University evolved through three stages before becoming the University of Kentucky in 1916: the Agriculture and Mechanical College of Kentucky University, 1865-78, a private, denominational institution in Lexington created by an act of the legislature on February 22, 1865; the Agriculture and Mechanical College of Kentucky, 1878-1908; and State University, Lexington, 1908-1916. A statute in 1916 changed the name to University of Kentucky. The new president took up the investigating committee's recommendation to write a constitution, which provided for a faculty-administration university senate. A graduate school was established in 1924. Among the new buildings was a central library. Enrollment doubled the first year after World War I and doubled again in the 1920s, totaling 4,992 in 1932, when the impact of the Depression was greatest. Emphasis upon nonstate funding continued. In 1988-89 $60 million in research grants and contracts and $22 million in developmental gifts were awarded.
WBKY established itself at 91.3 in the new FM band in 1947 making it the first FM college radio station in the United States. The broadcast facilities and transmitter were located in McVey Hall on the University of Kentucky's main campus. The station was on the air nightly for three hours, every evening, five nights each week. In 1971, WBKY became a charter member of National Public Radio. On October 1, 1989, WBKY became WUKY and in January of 1990 and the transmitting wattage was increased to 100,000 watts.
Scope and Content
The collection is comprised of three hundred twenty three 1/4" reel to reel audio tapes divided into three series. The Kentucky Digest series covers events of interest to the Commonwealth, the Spotlight on UK series focuses on events at UK and the Perspective series are interviews and lectures by UK professors.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open to researchers by appointment.

Contents of the Collection

Perspective Series

Various topics of interest to UK students.

Dr. David Wolfe, Anthropologist on the effort to solve the identifies of remains of a man and woman found in Eastern KY.; Prof. Chris Christenson, Entomologist on the control of mosquitoes (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Malcolm Jewel, Political Science on election requirements for the upcoming election; Arnold Miller, UMW President on the rights of coal miners (P.T.: 30 min)6-Nov-80

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Dr. David Walsh on the decreasing demand for coal in KY; Dr. Charles Haywood, College of B & E, on new Federal Reserve requirements on banks (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Mayor Robert Reed of Middletown, PA, a participant in a conference on nuclear power plants; Ira Massie, UK Tobacco Expert, on the recent reduction of tobacco acreage by the Federal Govt. (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Larry Percy, Safety Eng for UK, on per serving energy and preparation for emergencies this winter; Dr. Martin Salomon, Dir UK Computer Center, on the need for the public to be able to use computers (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Roger Crampton at UK to address the topic of moral competency of lawyers; Dr. Malcolm Jewell on the upcoming session of the KY Legislature (P.T.: 30 min) [n.d.]

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Dr. Humbert Nelli, Dept of History, on a new journal on sports and society; Dr. Randolph Magee, Dept of Economic, on KY's banking structure and its future (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Bob Beck, College of Agriculture, on the milk-price war in KY; Dr. John Sealy, Prof of English at UNC, on his novel "Dirty Tricks," on Pres. Nixon (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Gary Womlsey on the Selective Service system in a changing America; Dr. Anne Blues, Pres of Nat'l Hospice Ass'n, on the concept of the hospice (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Janet White, Kraft Corp., on the production of educational programs about food; Dr. Mary Wett, College of Agric. on the resources offered by county agents (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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Robert Flashman, College of Agric, on UK's Cooperative Extension assistance with family problems of marketing, etc.; Prof. John Jackson, College of Eng, on the conference on "Crime Countermeasures" (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Prof. Andrew Winer, College of Educ. on preparation for retirement; Dr. Merrill Packer, Dean College of Dentistry, on dental health (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Gary Huber, Dir of UK Health and Tobacco Institute, on the priorities of the Institute; Dr. Lee Brecker, Dir of Mining Institute at UK on the development of sources of oil shale in KY (P.T.: 30)[n.d.]

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Dr. Earl Kaufman (ret.) Council on Aging at UK, on the concept of the Donavan Scholars Program; Coach Fran Curci on prospects for the coming football season (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Gail Broakland, UK Family Specialist in the College of Agric. on parenting; Dr. Robert Fetsch, UK Family Specialist, on the effects of women in the work force (P.T. 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Macolm Jewell on prospects for candidates in the upcoming race for President; Dr. Story Musgrave, Astronaut, on his work on the space shuttle program (P.T.:30 min)[n.d.]

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Sen. Walter Huddleston on thoughts about the recent national election; Dr. Vincent Davis on politics in European countries as they affect the U.S. (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Harvey on the possible rise in gasoline prices; Dr. Charles Haywood on the "Now Account" in banking (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Susan Garfield on dieting; Dr. Wayne Davis, Depot of Biology on ethical question of cloning Dr. Robert noble discusses flu. Dr. Phil Roader on President Carter. (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Wayne White, Policy analyst in the State Dept on the political turmoil in Iran; Dr. David Wechstein, Dir of Sanders Aging Center, on planning for retirement (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Robert Yokel, Pharmacist, on the problem of protecting children from poisons; David Andrews, Coordinator of the Internat'l Trade Office, on problems of small companies in engaging in international trade (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. David Cobb, College of Pharmacy, on sleeping pills; Dr. Richard Clayton, Sociologist, on the American family (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Darlene Forester, UK Food Scientist, on the health problems of sugar consumption; Dr. Pamela Conover's survey on what Kentuckians think on a wide range of topics (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Joe Gruber on organized sports for children; Dr. Walter Magee, College of Business, on a proposed state-wide banking system (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Mike Green on the ways KY \'s farm lands are being utilized; Leonard Press, Dir of KET, on the results of possible cut-backs of Federal funds (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Chris Christenson on the dangers of infestation by mint-flies in fruit orchards in KY; Dr. George Herring on the Viet Nam war and his recent book (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Nean Vissa, Med Center, on agricultural problems in Haiti and Haitian life styles; Dr. Daniel Nelson, Dept of Political Science on problems in Poland (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr Joseph Fuchs, UK Plant Pathologist, on the fight against blue mold; Tom Niles, Ass't Sec of State for European Affairs, on changes in foreign policy (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Prof. Joanne Bell, College of Social Work, on effects of Federal cut-backs on the middle class; Dean Marian McKenna, College of Nursing, on the current nursing shortage (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Donald Gross, UK Political Science Dept., on an explanation of the outcome of the recent Presidential campaign; Dr. George Denmark, Dean of the College of Educ, on methods of improving the skills of students applying to enter UK Tom Wicker, NY Times, on possible nucler war. P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. David M. Eddy on cancer prevention; Don Hoffman, Dire, Council on Aging, on pending legislation concerning retired people Dr. Daniel Nelson on Polish crisis. (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Katherine Kirksiena, Coordinator for the UK Research Center, on funding issues facing the KY Legislature; Sue Feamster on women's athletics . Kay Damphrenty, Exec Dir. of KY Alcohol Counsil on alcholics in KY (P.T.: 30 min) [n.d.]

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Tom Priddy, Meteorologist in UK College of Agriculture, on problems in forecasting weather; Dr. Peter Fitzgerald on critical funding problems for KY higher education institutions (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. John Crosby, Chairman, Dept of Family Studies, on problems of divorce; Dr. Vincent Davis, Dir Patterson School of Diplomacy, on American involvement in Panama (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Maxey Maultsby, Psychiatrist in Med Center, on how to cope with any problem; William Safire spoke at UK on the current recession and impending political developments (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Sen. Ernest Hollings on problems of controlling crime; Carroll Stevens on supervising our legal system (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Donald Soule, KY Council on Economic Advisors, on the long-term general economy; Dr. Donald Soule, on what communities can do to fight recession (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dean Robert Lawson, UK College of Law, on the subject of insanity defense (P.T.: 15 min) [n.d.]

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Part 2: Dean Robert Larson, Dean of College of Law, on law regarding insanity as a defense (P.T.: 15 min) [n.d.]

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Dr. Otis Singletary on the need for selective admissions to UK (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dr. Robert Fetsch on ways to improve marriage (P.T.: 15 min) [n.d.]

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Part 2: Dr. Robert Fetsch on enriching marriage (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dr. Linda Little on grief and stress (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Dr. Linda Little on grief and stress (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Ralph Christenson, Prof of Radiation Science, on dangers of radiation (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Jack Blanton, Vice Chancellor of UK, on the Robinson Forest controversy (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dr. Oren Little, Assoc Dean, College of Agriculture, on the future of agriculture in KY (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Dr. Oren Little on the future of Agriculture in KY (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Vincent Davis interviews Dr. Larry Korb, Dept of Defense, on the effectiveness of the all-volunteer army (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Larry Coleman, Dir of the Management Center, on how people can improve their occupational skills during a recession (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Raymond Forgue, College of Home Economics on Life Insurance (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Paul Thornton on Obesity (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Carol Lowry on Child Custody (15min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Robert Aug on Anorexia Nervosa (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Michael Surwiot on AIDS (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Raymond Forgue on "No-Fault" automobile insurance (P.T.: 15min)[n.d.]

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Dr. George Ella Lyon on poetry as an art form being taught in Appalachia (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Ted Fieldler on the recent change in the German Government which included the ouster of Chancellor Helmut Schmidt (P.T. 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dr. Dallas High on the quality of life and the process of dying (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Dr. Dallas High on the quality of life and the process of dying (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Smiley on the potential for this year's burley crop (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Robert Yokel on the prevention of accidental drug poisoning (P.T.: 15min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dr. Donald Soule on the effect of a proposed "flat rate income tax" (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Dr. Donald Soule on the proposed "flat rate income tax'" (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dr. Daniel Nelson on the change in power in the Soviet Union (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Dr. Daniel Nelson on changes within the Kremlin as a result of Brezhnev's death and the potential for an East-West conflict (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Ralph Christenson on the radiation around us (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Lyle Sendlein on acid rain (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Drs. Paul Eakin, James Wells and Joseph Gani, Dept. of Math, on a program creating a Bachelor of Math Science Degree (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Joe Leonardo on available coal resources in world coal markets (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Frank Butler, Dir, UK Med Center, on space allocation in the construction of new medical facilities (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Mike Nichols, on post-high school education and how high school students should prepare for graduation (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Phyllis Alexander on child abuse (15 min)[n.d.]

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Drs. George Denmark and Harry Barnard on teacher education and preparation for the future (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Robert Kuehne on the quality of KY water and hazards to drinking supplies (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. John Wilson on managing stress (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Lee Todd on the impact of engineering on our lives and the future job market for engineers (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Blaine Parker on the potential for the use of solar energy (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. James Christenson on the vulnerability of the food supply system (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Drs. George Denmark and Harry Barnard on teacher education and preparation (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Dennis Fox on the controversial form of food processing known as the "irradiative process" (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dr. Douglas Snyder on marital dissatisfaction (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Dr. Dennis Snyder on marital satisfaction and how it might be achieved (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. John Sutter on life styles of non-married live-in couples and the life style of single-parent families (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Robert Spoerl on the real estate market; "Is it right for you?" (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Chris Christenson on problems termites can create for homeowners (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Robert Aug on Anorexia Nervosa (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Phyllis Alexander on child abuse (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Rena Niles, widow of John Jacob Niles, discusses her life with the musician, composer and artist (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Michael Vernon on "Endometriosis," a disease which affects women during child bearing years, frequently causing infertility (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Harrison Salisbury, NY Times, on the role and function of the press and media in the U.S. and in Communist countries (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Harrison Salisbury on the role of the media in this country and in the Soviet Union (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Meg Burnledy on the displaced homemaker program (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dr. Robert Fetsch on stress and its causes (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Dr. Robert Fetsch on stress (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Edgar Sagan on the quality of education in the U.S. based on a Federal report, "A Nation at Risk"? (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dr. Darlene Forester on proper eating habits and dieting (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Dr. Darlene Forester on proper eating habits and dieting (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dr. Raymond Forgue on "no-fault" insurance (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Dr. Raymond Forgue on life insurance (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dr. Daniel Nelson on Korean Air Lines Flight 007 sot down by a Russian MIG, September 1, 19??? (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Dr. Daniel Nelson on Korean Air Lines Flight 007 sot down by a Russian MIG, September 1, 19??? (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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John Lutz, Lt. Gov. of Indiana on the partnership between Indiana and Virginia State Governments, businesses and universities (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dr. Benjamin Baker on the Black religious experience in the state of KY (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Dr. Benjamin Baker on the Black religious experience in the state of KY (P.T.: 15 min) [n.d.]

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Jack Anderson, columnist, on he Washington Merry-Go-Round (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Ed Prichard's speech to Governor's Scholars on his views on education in KY (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Ed Prichard's speech to Governor's Scholars on his views on education in KY (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Ren McPherson on business schools (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Patty McClellan interviews Stan Smith on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (P.R.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Elfrierda Hiebert on reading and how to prepare children for the future (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. William Adams on science and religion (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Jean Wiese on more effective ways to communicate (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Harriett Rose on mental depression (P.T.: 15 min[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dr. Peter Bosomworth, Dean, Med Center, on the UK Med Center: Review of the year 1983 (P.T.: 15 min7-Jan-84

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Part 2: Dr. Peter Bosomworth on ongoing programs at the Med Center and the future of the Center (IP.T.: 15 min)14-Jan-84

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Dr. Art Gallaher, Dean of A & S, reviewing the state of UK, Lexington campus (P.T.: 15 min)21-Jan-84

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Dr. Oram Little on agricultural research at UK (P.T.: 15 min)28-Jan-84

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Dr. Gerald Kihn on retraining teachers for a math curriculum (P.T.: 15 min)4-Feb-84

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Dr. Tom Threlkeld and Kenny Price on the kidney donor program (P.T.: 15 min)11-Feb-84

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Richard N. Molwill on U.S. involvement in Latin and Central America (P.T.: 15 min)18-Feb-84

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Dr. Walter Lafeber on U.S. involvements in Central America (P.R\T.: 15 min)25-Feb-84

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Dr. Mike Nichols on the transition of students leaving high school and entering college (P.T.: 15 min)3-Mar-84

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Dr. Janet Bekemeier on the changing role of farm women (P.T.: 15 min)10-Mar-84

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Dr. Ken Marino on venture capital (P.T.: 15 min)17-Mar-84

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Col. William Strong on how NASA space research benefits the people of KY through UK (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Diane Taub on eating disorders: Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia (P.T.: 15 min)6-Apr-84

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Dr. Otto Loewer on biomass gasification (P.T.: 15 min)13-Apr-84

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Dr. Gadis Dillon on small business forecasting (P.T.: 15 min)20-Apr-84

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Dr. Malcolm Jewell on the 1984 KY General Assembly (P.T.: 15 min)27-Apr-84

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Part 1: A.B. "Happy" Chandler (P.T.: 15 min)4-May-84

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Part 2: A.B. "Happy" Chandler (P.T.: 15 min)11-May-84

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Part 3: A.B. "Happy" Chandler (P.T.: 15 min)18-May-84

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Vincent DiMartino and Schuyler Robinson discussing music for trumpet and organ and playing some excerpts (P.T.: 15 min)25-May-84

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Dr. John Stevenson on the relationship between Appalachia and Italy (P.T.: 15 min)1-Jun-84

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Dean Robert Lawson, UK Law School, on his recently published book, "Beverly Hills: Anatomy of a Nightclub Fire" (P.T.: 15 min)8-Jun-84

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Part 1: Dr. Loren Broadus on procrastination (P.T.: 15 min)15-Jun-84

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Part 2: Dr. Loren Broaddus on procrastination (P.T.: 15 min)22-Jun-84

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Dr. Charles Hultman on implications of the U.S. trade deficit (P.T.: 15 min)29-Jun-84

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Betty McClellan interviews Dr. Marc Holbrook on summer safety (P.T.: 15 min)6-Jul-84

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Part 1: CBS Correspondent David Dick on the troubled Central American (P.T.: 15 min)20-Jul-84

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Part 2: CBS Correspondent David Dick on the troubled Central American (P.T.: 15 min)27-Jul-84

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Dr. Ken Coleman on geographic and political influences on the people of Latin and Central America (P.T.: 15 min)3-Aug-84

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Jerry Pigman on a road survey (P.T.: 15 min) 17-Aug-84

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Dr. John Crosby on divorce as a social problem (P.T.: 15 min)24-Aug-84

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Olga Wert and Gretchen Brown on hospices (P.T.: 15 min)31-Aug-84

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Dr. Story Musgrave on space flight (P.T.: 15 min)14-Sep-84

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Dr. Robert Fetsch on ways to improve the quality of one's marriage (P.T.: 15 min)September 7 1984

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Dr. Robert Baker on the impact of incarceration on prison inmates (P.T.: 15 min)21-Sep-84

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Drs. Kot Unrug and G.T. Lineberry on mine safety (P.T.: 15 min)28-Sep-84

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Dr. Vincent Davis on terrorism in the Middle East (P.T.: 15 min)5-Oct-84

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Dr. David Lowery on Kentucky's tax structure and possible alternatives (P.T.: 15 min)October 12 1984

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Jeff Briggs a career Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Information Agency, on Central America (P.T.: 15 moan)19-Oct-89

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Walter B. Smith a career Foreign Service Officer, on U.S. relations with Communist block countries (P.T.: 15 min)October 26 1984

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Dr. Otis Singletary, President of UK, on the state of the University (P.T.: 15 min)2-Nov-84

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Dr. Edgar Sagan on the quality of teacher education efforts in Kentucky (P.T.: 15 min)November 9 1984

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Jean Baugh, Fayette County Extension Agent, on having an "attitude of gratitude" during the Holiday Season and holiday-season-depression (P.T.: 15 min)16-Nov-84

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Naomi Tutu-Seavers on Apartheid in South Africa (P.T.: 15 min)23-Nov-84

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Dr. Joe Smiley on the 1984 tobacco crop and problems facing farmers (P.T.: 15 min)30-Nov-84

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Dr. Thomas Roseman on relations between the brain and the human immune system (P.T.: 15 min)7-Dec-84

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Carol Stevens on the supply and demand for attorneys (P.T.: 15 min)Decenber 21, 1984

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Dr. Bert Nelli discusses his book, "A Winning Tradition," a historical review of UK basketball (P.T.: 15 min)21-Dec-84

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Carroll Stevens and Ralph Derickson on the future of Law in the U.S. (P.T.: 15 min)28-Dec-84

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Dr. Kay Pasley on the impact of remarriage on families (P.T.:15 min)1-Jan-85

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Dr. Betty Lorch on children and television (P.T.: 15 min)January 11 1985

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Dr. Thomas Guskey on longer academic days and additional days in the academic year for KY schools (P.T.: 15 min)18-Jan-85

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Dr. Larry Crouch on the job market and career potential for the future (P.T.: 15 min)25-Jan-85

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Dr. Merlin Hackbart on prospects for Kentucky's economy in 1985 (P.T.: 15 min)1-Feb-85

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Dr. Milton Shuffett on the proposed withdrawal of Federal price supports for tobacco growers (P.T.: 15 min)8-Feb-85

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Dr. Sidney Ulmer on the political influence of President Ronald Reagan on the U.S. Supreme Court (P.T.: 15 min)15-Feb-85

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Dr. Ronald Dillehay on bias and other problems associated with the jury system (P.T.: 15 min)22-Feb-85

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Dr. Mike Nichols on stress management P.T.: 15 min)1-Mar-85

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Dr. David Stockham on sources of financial aid for college students (P.T.: 15 min)8-Mar-85

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Dr. Robert Fetsch on stress management for farm families (P.T.: 15 min)15-Mar-85

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Kathy DeBoer, UK Girls Volley Ball Coach, on the importance of having athletics available to girls and women (P.T.: 15 min)22-Mar-85

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Dan Folks on recent changes in tax laws and common errors individuals make when filling out their tax forms (P.T.: 15 min)29-Mar-85

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Dr. Carol Rusbult on the results of a two-year research project studying worker satisfaction (P.T.: 15 min)12-Apr-85

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Charles MacDowell on the impact of television on presidential politics (P.T.: 15 min)April 19 1985

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Jim Kurtz on franchising as a method of getting into business (P.T.: 15 min)26-Apr-85

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John Hamilton, a UK Senior, discusses the importance of studying political science, particularly at UK (P.T.: 15 min)3-May-85

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Jerry Pigman on seatbelt usage and the 55 mph speed limit (P.T.: 15 min)10-May-85

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Excerpts from Bishop Desmond Tutu's speech at UK Commencement and his discussion of Apartheid in his home country (P.T.: 15 min)17-May-85

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Dr. William Adams on science and religion (P.T.: 15 min)25-May-85

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Dr. Larry Crouch on getting ready for the job market (P.T.: 15 min)31-May-85

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Dr. John Wolff on current trends in real estate (P.T.: 15 min)7-Jun-85

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Dr. Theodore Kotchen on "Hypertension" and the related long-term heath problems (P.T.: 15 min)14-Jun-85

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Spotlight on UK Series

Interviews on various subjects of academic life at the University of Kentucky.

The 16 topics: The diet work of Dr. Hugh Storall, Med School; Alternate choices to college; UK's Water Resources Institute; Dr. Walter Diangelis' arch on structural metals; Joe Creason's wit and humor; Technician Woodrow Thurnman and his use of motorcycles instead of autos; A review of college-entrance forms; UK's 10:19:53 Amherst in home gardening addicts; Dr. Wm. C. Magowan and the search for oil reserves; Dr. Sam Conti and the new T.H. Morgan School of Biology; Dr. Joseph Cook and his research on trees; UK's Stan Dovanovich on athletics for the disabled; Nursing specialties and job opportunities; Teaching the blind to lip-read at Lex Tech Institute; Prof George Gadboy's visit to New Guinea; and James Sherman on the craft of story-telling. (P.T.:90 min)[n.d.]

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Pete Manchikes narrates these 16 topics. Dr. J.G. Rodriquez on a study of flies; Dr. John Hutchins, UK engineer, on auto accidents; Dr. Rian Moore on Australian geology; Learning aids for blind students at UK; Man's battle with the environment and the marine incursions into KY; The contributions of space research;. UK students on "adopting" a house; The danger of automobile door beams to safety; Dean Matthews professional activities; How to improve teaching Prof. James Edney on his retiring after 47 years; Dr. Bill Cotter's study of ducks; A visit to UK's Vandergraf generator; Electronic aids to learning languages; A visit to UK's Wintergreen Lab; and UK's Experimental farm. (P.T.:90 min)[n.d.]

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The 16 topics: The Little KY Derby; The KY January Project; Old Blue, the campus bus; A biological early-warning system; Dr. Alfred D. Arthur, a Donovan Ph.D.; Earthquake study in KY; Dr. Robert Grieves and clean water; UK's Nuclear Energy Facility; Profs, Roger Barber & Wayne Davis on bats; An exercise program for overweight adults; Compressed hearing for the blind; A stump on the UK campus; An engineering study of the human body; The student employment program at UK; UK's Garden Center; and Changes in college curricula (ends in mid-sentence). (P.T.: 90 min)[n.d.]

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The 16 topic: Glass-blowing at UK; The study of the moon samples; New weight and measure devices; Research in sound at UK's Wintergreen Lab; UK's largest enrollment, Fall, 1975;The UK Marching Band; UK's weather station; Dr. Moore's study of the census; UK's entering freshmen and the ACT; Jim Harrelson, UK President of Student Govt; The cancer treatment center at UK; Prof. John Landon's home organ; Weather forecasting; Changes in the tax laws; A UK blood-cell centrifuge; and Research on agricultural problems. (P.T.: 90 min)[n.d.]

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The 16 topics: Dr. Robert Congriff on use of shuttle cars in coal mines; U.K.'s Experimental Education Program; No-tillage farming; Dr. Conrad and KY's high-sulphur coal; U.K.'s Eye Bank and the gift of sight; Dr. Eichkorn -, Dean, Eng, on faculty quality; David Miles and his interest in cows; Douglas Cox on the casting of historical markers; Readers' Theatre with Prof. Christine Valentine; Studies on Aging; A student disaster team; Alex McCewan on beginning college at age 39; Bob Wills, Chairman of Theatre, on the joy of play; Sharon Childs on career educ. for women; Lee Todd developer of a new type of TV tube; and The study of muscular dystrophy. (P.T.: 80 min)[n.d.]

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Dr.. W.I. Adams on the Sudan (P.T.:15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Michael Adelstein on freshman composition (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Theodore Mueller, Prof of French and Mrs. Peggy Miller, French StudentMarch, 1969

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Dr. Roger Barber, Zoologist and Conservationist, on the preservation of wildlife in view of pollution (P.T.: 15 min)April, 1968

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Dean Lawrence Allen and George Bobinsky, Associate Dean, School of Library Science, on the UK Library's services (P.T.: 15 min)May-69

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The Dept of Special Education in the College of Education (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Prof. John Jackson, Electrical Engineer, on Electronic Crime Prevention Measures (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Sam Abell, U.K. student and former staff worker with "National Geographic" (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. J.G. Rodriquez and his studies of flies and mites (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. William H. Denim, geologist, explaining what geology is all about (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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"Waveland," a mansion outside Lexington, survey originally by Daniel Boone: a museum of KY history (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. O. Harris on algae (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Carl Ernst, grad student, on turtles (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Mrs. Lola Robinson, retired Music professor (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. William H. Jansen, Prof of English, on his experiences in teaching in Turkey (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Eugene E. Bradley on lasers (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. John W. Hutchinson, Civil Engineer, on "What makes us wreck"; Highway safety (P.,T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Bruce Moore, U.K. Geologist, and his study of the bottoms of rivers (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Paul Koran, U.K. Geographer and his study of the Kingdom of Sikkum (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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The U.K. Computer Center (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. A.D. Kirwan, U.K. President, Address to the Graduating Class of 1969 (excerpts) (P.T.: 15 min )[n.d.]

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1) Nuclear Physics Lab: the Vandergraph Generator; 2) Wildcat: Discussion of U.K.'s name; 3) Troublesome Creek in Eastern KY - Dr. Robert A. Keweney, U.K. Scientist (P.T.: 15 min)_[n.d.]

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4) Dr. William Amnan and Dr. John Morgan on the Moon Rocks; 5) he Center for Developmental Change: Peace Corps Project; 6) The U.K. TV Center (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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7) U.K. Amateur Radio Club; 8) U.K. Language Lab; 9) Dr. Wilbert Carr, Retired Prof of Classics (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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10) U.K. Marching Band with Director Wm. Harry Clarke; 11) John Cooper, U.K. Zoologist on cave research (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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12) Norman Helton on U.K.'s Heart-Lung Machine; 13) James P. Alcorn on the placement service (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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14) Wenner-Gren Aeronautical Lab; 15) Charles Neville, Eng Grad Student working on moon rocks (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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16) Anderson Young, Elect Eng student under Dr. John Jackson, on an anti-shoplifting tag; 17) Dept of Veterinarian Science and horse flu (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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18) Dr. John Walker and the U.K. Experimental Farm for agriculture research (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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20) Engineering Activities; 21) Community Colleges; 22) Hoihere Adult Education; 23) Dr. Hugh Storronm Prof of Psychiatry on words to lose weight by (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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i24) Joie Hicks, student; 25) Community College Associate degree program; 26) Bioengineering research (shake table); 27) Water Resources Institute (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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28) Dr. Kenneth Wright, Music Dept, on his opera "Wings of Expectation"; 29) Dr. R.L. Cosgriff, Chair, Dept. of Electrical Eng; 30) Jerry Thornton on O.K. Environmental Awareness Seminar; 31) Forestry and wood technology (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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32) The 4-H; 3) KY Youth Seminar on Private Enterprise (P.T.: 10 min)[n.d.]

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36) Care by patient unit at UK hospital; 37) Dr. Roger Barber and Dr. Wayne Davis on "bats"; 38) Dr. Wendell Demarcus, U.K. Astro-Physician on Planets of the Universe (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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39) Dr. Pentti Teraslinn, U.K. Phys Ed Dept, on exercising equipment ; 40) John C. Wolfe on U.K.'s Health Careers Recruitment Program (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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43) Jacob Karnes, U.K. Human Relation Center--Handicapped Student Services; 44) Drs. Jerry M. and Carol Raskin, U.K. Botanists on "Winter Plants": 435) Earnest D. Mitibier, U.K. Grad Student in Geography, on Urban blight as detected from Aerial photography (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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47) Mine Rescue Vehicle, U.K. Dept of Electrical Engineering; 48) Dr. Martin H. Leopold, U.K. Dept of Metallurgical Eng, on ceramic research; 49) UK Alumni Assoc, Great Teacher Awards (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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51) Lorraine Bull, U.K. student and Mother of ten; 52) Dr. P.P. Karan, U.K. Geographer, on the mapping of Sikkim (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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55) James Fee, Cerebral Palsied Student in U.K. Dept of Mech Eng; 56)U.K. Medical Center Library; 57) John Hutchinson, Civil Eng, on a smokeless asphalt plant (P.T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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59) Dr. Wm. H. Dennoln, U.K. Geologist, on the search for a better geothermometer; 60) One Hundred Years of Service and Getting Better, the U.K. School of Pharmacy Centennial; 61) Mites and how they help to control House flies (P.T.: 21 min)[n.d.]

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63) The Sea as Supporter of Life with Pamela Morelan, Zoologist; 64) Dr. Garrett Flickinger, U.K. College of Law and Academic Ombudsman, on Reconciling Expectations of Students and Faculty; 65) Training in Professional Secretaryship at Somerset Community College (P.,T.: 15 min)[n.d.]

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66) UK Alumni Assoc and its contributions to the University; 67) Dr. Earl F. Rankin, U.K. Reading Specialist, on pictures in children's textbooks and the acquisition of reading skills; 68) Tom and Laura Anderson, Graduates of U.K.'s College of Engineering; 69) The Associate Degree of Hospitality Management at Jefferson and Somerset Community Colleges (P.T.: 22 min[n.d.]

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70 Youth Seminar at UK on the American Free Enterprise System; 71)The Associate Degree in Transportation Technology at Lexington Community Institute; 72) UK Fire School Students; 73) Programs offered at the Lexington Technical Institute. (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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74) The Rare Book Room in the M.I. King Library; 75) Dean Robert Drake, College of Eng, on problem of moving from high to low technology; 756 How KY teamed acquired the :Wildcat: name; 77) Dr. Robert Keeney, UK Zoologist, on the pollution of Troublesome Creek (P.Y|T>: 27 min)[n.d.]

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78) The hand-operated press in M.I. King Library; 79)The Fall 1971 enrollment at UK--largest ever; 80) Hopkinsville Community College and the Pre-release program for service me; 81) The bicycle revival on the UK campus[n.d.]

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82) Teaching-Learning Centers at the UK College of Social Work; 83) Colleges of Ag and Eng sponsor Conference on rolls; 84) UK Home Economics College exhibit of dolls; 85) Custom glass blowing in scientific research (P.T.: 25 min)[n.d.]

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86) UK Dept of Educ students baby-sit for exceptional children; 87)Dr. Ellis Hartford retired in July. 1970; 88)Pete Southgate operates the scanning electron microscope in UK's Dept of Entomology; 89)Special construction jobs at UK with Dr. Richard Burkebac et al (P.T.27 min)[n.d.]

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90) Seminar for Traffic Engineers at UK; 91) The gift of Life - Kidney Transplants; 92) Accidental poisoning--UK Med Center Information Center; 93) UK's Honors Program, Dr. R.O. Evans, Director (P.T.: 32 min)[n.d.]

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94) Somerset Community College and Vocational; School - A Cooperative Effort; 95) UK Law School's Practice Court; 96) Physicians, surgeons and engineers join forces to learn about knee injury; 97) UK as a home away from home[n.d.]

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98) Pharmacy students help educate the public; 99) The College of Library Science and the new breed of librarians; 100) Archeologists uncover KY's pre-history; 101) Dr. Gifford Blyton, UK Debate Team Coach, on scholarship in effective speech (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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102) M.C. Foushee and the Student Employment Service; 103) The UK Press and its publications on KY wildlife and natural resources; 104) UK's Counseling and Testing Service. Dr. Harriet Rose, Director; 105) KY's Community Colleges and law enforcement education (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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106) Early Childhood Lab On the UK campus; 107) Outdoor teaching Lab at the UK Landscape Garden Center; 108) Prof Richard Thornton on the usefulness of insects; 109)Continuing education for health professionals at the UK Med Center (P.T.: 28 min) [n.d.]

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110) The Manchester Project; 111) Remote sensing devices in peacetime; 112) Advanced placement through by- pass exams; 113) Research at UK's Wenner-Gren Lab on the effect of physical stress on the human body (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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114) Dr. Hough Starrow, UK Prof of Psychiatry, on Treating overweight patients; 115) UK's Water Resources Institute; 116) Care by Parent Unit at UK Med Center; 117) Dr, Pertiti Teraslima, UK Prof of Physical Educ, on the relationship between exercise and the heart (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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18) Botanists Drs. Jerry and Carol Baskin on winter annuals; 119)James Fee, Jr., a handicapped student in the Dept of Mech. Eng; 120) Prof . John Hutchinson on producing road paving material without pollution; 121) Associate Degree in Hospitality Management at Jefferson and Somerset Community Colleges (P.T.: 27 min)[n.d.]

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122) The mapping of Sikkim by UK Geographer Dr. Paul Karan; 123) Stalking the wandering albatross; 124) UK's Intensive Care Unit on Wheels in the Med Center; 125) Dr. Bruce Moore and the Model River- the movement of sediment (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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126) Dr. John Stevenson, Dean, Undergraduate Studies, on comprehensive accelerated program; 127) Wm. R. Willard on the new family physician; 128) The adoption of the metric system in the U.S.; 129) Michael Kennedy, Computer Scientist, on UK's two-city computer game (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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130) UK's Rugby team; 131) Emergency blood donors; 132) UK's Community Colleges and their work with their communities; 133) Turtles, Tortoises and Terrapins (P.T.:[n.d.]

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134) Dr. Theodore Mueller on a new approach to learning French; 135) Dr. Latham Duffield, Head of Anthropology, on climate changes and their effects on the ecology; 136) The physician's assistant program at UK; 137) UK's Med Center Auxiliary and the Med Center gift shop (P.T.: [n.d.]

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138) Community services provided by UK student volunteers; 139) Paul Willis, Director of Law Library, on KY criminal law Information at UK; 140) Dr. Syed Abu Nasser, Prof of Elect Eng, on the train of the future; 141) Steve Brines and Grant Thomas, UK College of Ag - Part-time musicians (P.T.: 27 min)[n.d.]

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142) Dr. Denny Harris on controlling the growth of algae; 143) UK's Office of Continuing Education for Women; 144) Dr. Lawrence Thompson, "Do Monsters still, exist?"; 145) Dr. John Hutchinson on why auto accident happen (P.T.: [n.d.]

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146) Kentucky Birds: A Finding Guide; 147) Volunteer reading for blind students; 148) Automobile rallying and the UK Auto Club; 149) New developments in radiation medicine (P.T.: [n.d.]

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142) Drs. Duffield (Anthropologist) and Hofsedder (Chemist) on Tracing Trace Elements; 143) Acquainting students with leisure-time activities; 144) UK's Albert B. Chandler Med Center; 145) Lexington Technical Institute, a community college on UK's campus (P.T.: 26 min)[n.d.]

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150) Loretta Byers on Educational Talent Search; 151) Two days on UK's Coldstream Farm; 152) Drs. Reitz and Mater on search for better teeth filings; 153) Earl Kaufman, UK Council on Aging, on problems and research on aging (P.T.: [n.d.]

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154) Nutritionists and Food Science; 155) UK Alumni Associations Great Teacher Award; 156) Vincent DiMartino and UK's Jazz Ensemble; 157) UK's Marching Band (P.T.: [n.d.]

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158) UK's Nexus Line for Instant Information; 159)UK Academic Ombudsman; 160) Charlotte Bennett on overseas studies in Fashion Merchandizing; 161) Dr. J.G. Rodriguez, UK Entomologist, on Controlling insect pests through Malnutrition (P.T.:26 min)[n.d.]

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162) Comprehensive Accelerated Program; 163( Dr. Wm. Willard on the new family physician; 164) The adoption of the metric system in the U.S.; 165) UK's Two-City Computer Game (P.T.: [n.d.]

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166) Drs. Roger Barber and Wayne Davis, in search of bats; 167) Dr. Wendell DeMarcus on "A Hurricane on the Planet"; 168) Dr. Martin H. Leopold, Dept. of Metal Eng, on ceramics under scientific study; 169) Prof John Hutchinson on the making of a smokeless asphalt plant (P.T.: [n.d.]

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170) Dr. David Larrimore, College of Educ, on education by satellite for Appalachia; 171) Dean James Funk, College of Eng, on hydrogen as a source of energy; 172) Dr. Robert Greaves on cleaning dirty water; 173) Dr. Kenneth Rohm, UK College of Educ., on white middle-class teachers transferred to inner city schools (P.T.: 26 min)[n.d.]

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174) Cutting down on paper work for applicants seeking admission to UK; 175) UK Forestry students, their work and their fun; 176) Dr. John O'Donnell, Prof. of Sociology, on drug use research; 177) Drs Dean Knavel & Tom Kemp on the relationship of chemicals in the aroma and flavor of cantaloupes (P.T.: 26 min)[n.d.]

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178) UK Pharmacy and Dentistry Schools rank among 3rd and 5th respectively; 179) The production of synthetic crude oil from coal; 180) Dr. Philip Reucroft on Plastics in solar energy research; 181) Dr. Wayne Davis on the scarcity of natural resources and the environmental; crisis (P.T : 27 min)[n.d.]

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182) Dr. Donald Goldberg on cancer research; 183) Dr. W.A. Bladen on little known facts of KY geography; 184) John Dalton, Director, UK's human relations center; 185) Drs. Douglas Dalman and Gerald Rosenthal on home grown pesticides (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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186) Dr. J.G. Rodriguez on horseflies and nits; 187) Dr. John Hutchinson on some causes of auto wrecks and how to correct them; 188) Dr. Bruce Moore on mineral explorations in the deserts of Australia; 189) Overcoming barriers for handicapped students (P.T.:[n.d.]

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190) Improving study skills; 191)Dr. Richard Kermode on the effort to produce crude oil from coal; 192) Complications from long-time intravenous injections; 193) Appalachian Kentucky Health Manpower Service of the UK College of Medicine (P.T.:[n.d.]

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198) Early Childhood education; 199) A remote-control vehicle for mine rescue work.; 200) Ultra-sonic sound waves as a diagnostic tool; 201) "Playing the stick market by Drs. Shannon and Johnson of the B & E School (P. T.: .[n.d.]

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202) Dr. Thomas Garrity on the study of death and dying 203) Dr. David Kao on rain made to order; 204) Dr. Mark Luckens on new electronic crime-fighting devices; 205) A tribute to Dr. Karl Lange (P.T.: [n.d.]

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206) A Tunisian teacher of English; 207) The KY Fire School on the UK campus; 208) Learning for joy 209) Summer sports program for youth at UK's Seaton Sports Center (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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210) C.G. Morehead, painter, commissioned to paint UK Administration Building by UL Alumni Association; 211) Repeat of program #162: Accelerated Study programs; 212) Repeat of Program #163: The new family physician; 213) Repeat of Program #164: The adoption of the Metric system in the U,S, (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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214) Repeat of Program #174: Cutting down on paper work for applicants seeking admission to UK; 215) Repeat of Program #175: UK Forestry Students; 216) Repeat of Program #176: Drug Use Research by Dr. John O'Donnell; 217) Repeat of Program #177: Relationship of chemicals in the aromas of cantaloupes (P.T.: 26 min)[n.d.]

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218) The Edge of the Universe with Dr. Wesley Krogdahl and Dr. Wendell Marcus; 219) Mrs. Edith Sparks, Manager of UK's Student Grill; 220) Dr. James Kemp on a new way to cure an old country ham; 221) Three aspects of a University: Service, Safety and Development (P.T.: 26 min)[n.d.]

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356) Bill Marshall, Director, King Library Special Services, on "Treasure in your Attic" (P.T.:7 min)[n.d.]

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The16 topics: Dr. Benjamin Bradford on his play "Root"; UK and aides for the blind; The SA & S College advisory service; Dr. Pierleen, College of Eng, on building a solar collector; Vince DiMarino on jazz at UK; Harry Wiser, outstanding student; Devices to identify criminals; David Blye on the Engineering Extension Program; Dr Ray Bach on the effects of the French & Indian War on the U.S. search for independence; Innovations in treating Cancer at UK; Dr. Paul Thornton on the use of food to aid recovery;. Vince Sager on accidents of recreation vehicles; The New Thomas Hunt Morgan Biology Building; A pipeline for transporting coal; "Old Blue," the campus bus; Dr. Jerry Bostian and the germination of plants (P.T. 80 min)[n.d.]

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The 16 topics; J.G. Rodriguez, Etymologist, on research on insect pests; Dr. Michael Adelstein on reading and writing of freshmen; John Walker, Agricultural Education, on problems of farmers in Eastern KY; Exercises for the disabled; Dr. Stan Wall on the naming of the Lexington Technical Institute for John Oswald; Dr. Sell S. Burt recalls life on campus in 1916; Dr. Joseph Fuchs on the disease resistance of plants; Activities in the Old Alumni Gym; UK Theatre play offerings; Prof. Ann McConnell, Library Science, on parents' duty to help kids learn to read; Dr. Richard Berholst on the study of natural materials--furs, etc; Dr. John Hutchinson on automobile safety; Danny Kuhn, UK forestry student; Music Prof Arthur Graham and UK's music library; James Engle, Dir. of student Financial aid; UK Archeologist Wm. Adams, and his explorations in Egypt (P.T.: 80 min)[n.d.]

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ton, College of Eng, on students' need for practical problems; The importance of transportation; Prof. Paul Karan, Geography, on his travels; Bob McCowan, Pres of Ashland Oil, on the 1976 Annul Giving Campaign; Growing ;plants in a controlled environment; Dr. Paul Thornton on foods to supply nutrition and health; Treating the diseases of horses; UK's summer college for high school students; Dean Bert Ockeman on applying for admission to UK; Robert Worth, firefighter on fire prevention instruction at Lexington Community College; The Cancer Hope Line; Joe Creason's stories; The dedication of the Tobacco and Health Institute Building Dr. C.R. Hager, Dir, Council On Aging, and the Donovan Scholars Program; Russell Groves, College of Architecture, on continuing education for architects (P.T.: 80 min)[n.d.]

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16 Topics: Folklorist Dr. William Jansen on practices and beliefs related to the spring season; Dr. Murray Stewart, Home Economics, on how to conserve energy in the home; Drs. Ted and June Cohen on young people with hypertension; Dr. Joe Russ, AG Eng, on the relation of energy to food; The target range in the Buehle Armory; Coordinator Sharon Goff on UK's Free School; Profs Stan Carpenter and Dan Graveson the vegetation of strip-mined areas; Dr. Stephen Laughton, Asst VP for Continuing Educ, ob adult education; Prof. John Leanhart on the development of the steamboat; Dr. Ralph Lane and hid food Lab; Jerry Newman on the history of the wood stove; Bruce Denbo and the University Press of KY; Robin McFarland, a blind telephone operator at UK; Bill Marshall, Dir. of Special Collections, on the preservation of attic relics; Dr. Robert Fair, AS Eng, on best ways to insulate the home; Cliff Hagen, AD, on the operation of the athletic program (P.T.: 80 min.[n.d.]

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The 16 topics: Harry Clarke and the UK Marching Band; Sports and Leisure-time activities at Seaton Center; A grassland innovation seeded for farms; Dr. Blaine Parker on making bed of hot rocks; Dr. D. K. Chausenm. Dean of College of Medicine, on sports injuries; Sharon Madely on the science and technology of food; Dr. Wimberly Royster on research activities at UK; Sharon Childs on continuing education for women; Dr. Steve Littel on research on diabetes; Kith Warren, Ag student, living in a barn on Coldstream Farm; Dr. Robert Buckner on efforts to develop a new type of grass; Ben Averitt on teaching students techniques of how to learn; Dr. Hosea McKinley, Dental School, on special dental problems with children; Dr. Charles Holtman, B & E, on studies of how to increase coal production in KY; Dr. John van Willinger on studies of old age; Dr. John Stevenson of undergraduate education at UK (P.T.: 80 min)[n.d.]

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The 16 topics: Dr. William Jansen, Folklorist, on St. Patrick; Don Byers, UK Admissions Office, on problems of new students; Prof. Vincent Vinovitch, Eng College, on model bridge building for students; Bishop Dye, Undergraduate Studies, on classes held in residence halls; Safety problems with lawn mowers; Dr. John Hutchinson on accidents with recreational vehicles; Dr. Dick Roberts on the plant ginseng; Andrew Sieger on excessive noise problems; Leroy Neiman, Artist and his painting of the UK BB team; Deborah Young, UK student and winner of the Corning Traveling Fellowship; Dr. Peggy Kimsey, Home Ed, on simplifying life styles; Dr. Bruce Moore, UK Geologist, on his aerial search for mineral deposits in Australia; Dr. John Vonagel on informing communities about UK's cancer research; Carl Chapman, UK Horticulturist, on the reclamation of strip-mining areas; Dr. Pat Devoll on new job opportunities for women; Dedication of the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging (P.T.: 80 min)[n.d.]

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The 16 topics: Dr. Kenneth Gerson on reactions to insect bites; Joanne Hilliger on working with fiberglass insulation; Alan Rieman, Dir of Food Service, on feeding students; Sandy Smith, Ag College on saving energy in the home; Prof. Richard McDugal on physical therapy; Dr. George Denmark, Dean College of Educ, on whether colleges are graduating too many teachers; A visitor from Taiwan, Dr. Chung, on nuclear power plants; Dr. Stephen Langston, Continuing Educ, on adult education; Dr. Stephen; Lightner on controlling diabetes; Linda Knell on careers in Home Ec; Dr. Robert Keany on life in waterways; Dr. Stanley Carpenter on the study of the black locust tree; Prof Alkan Butterfield on Huntingdon's disease; Linda Knell, College of Home Ec, on buying clothes; Dr. Stan Labonawitz on the "Wheelchair" basketball players; Dr. James Noblett on careers in accounting (P.T.: 80 min)[n.d.]

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The 16 topics: J.T. Turnet, student with hobbies in sailing, photography and crafts; Dean Merrill Parker on good dental care; Dr. Vince Davis, Patterson School of Diplomacy on the degree offered ; Matilda & Peter Darley, Ph.D. candidates in chemistry; Bernard "Skeeter" Johnson on physical therapy for the aged; Dr. Miriam McKenna, Dean of Nursing, on programs offering adult care; Avis Frohart, grad student in math and chemistry, on her interest in raising hogs; Nutritionist Fodekel Miriam on the eating habits of Americans; Joe Burch, Dean of Students, on voluntary services by students; Dr. Raymond Betts on the importance of a knowledge of history; Larry Turner, Ag Eng, on the values of a home fireplace; Dr. Richard Robe on the cooperative engineering program between UK and other colleges; Bob Howard on career opportunities in forestry; Kathy Mueller on her book on treating deaf dental patients ; Diane Mitchell on the family nursing program at UK; Don Hoffman, Council on Aging, on the…

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The 16 topics: Dr. Mary Sue Coleman, UK Med Center, on issues related to leukemia; James Whitt, student and businessman in firewood; Edward Elword on Kentucky cheese; Dr. Richard Robe, Ass't Dean of Eng on preparation by high school students for a career in engineering; Dr. Kenneth Gerson on allergies to insect stings; Dr. Joan Hilliger, Home Ec, on clothing when working with fiber glass; Prof Peggy Kimey, Home Ec, on simplifying life styles; UK Geologist Bruce Moore on his aerial search for mineral deposits in Australia; Dr. Loren Tolbert on solar energy research; Drs. Karam and Bladen on research in projection of KY populations; Dr. Donald Haney on the KY geological survey and mapping project; Dr. Robert Saxton, Director of UK's Experiential Program; Dr. James Fafferty, Dir of the Wintergreen Lab and studies on human needs; Terry Mobley, Dir of Development on UK's development program; Myrna Wesley, UK Nutritionist, on project to inform elementary students on proper diet; Dr. Wilson…

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The 16 topics: Millard Allen on evening class students; Dr. John Walker, Ag Eng, on food production' Dr. Herbert Bruce on vocational education in KY; Sandy Banks, Freshman chemistry major and Drum Major of the UK Marching Band; Jerry Hinkle and Danny Superell, student residents of UK's International House; Fred Payne, grad student in Ag Eng, on problems of adequate fuels for drying grain; Dr. Martin Solomon, Dir of UK Computer Center, on the future of computers; Dr. Robert Wills, Dean of Fine Arts, on the new University Center for the Arts; Dr. Leyland Smith on the program sending students to do their student teaching in Latin America; Mary Doll, Captain of the UK Women's Rifle Team; Dr. Joseph Hamburg, Dean of College of Allied Health Professions, on Allied Health students; Earl Lampe, Donovan Scholar who earned a Masters in Social Work; Sue Feamster, Dir of Women's Athletics on the seven intercollegiate sports for women; Dr. William Wagner, Chrm of Chemistry Dept, on an expanding…

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The 14 topics: James Alcorn, Dir, UK Placement Service on helping students find jobs; Dr. Richard LeBeck, on gifted students; Dr. Richard Doty, Prof, College of Pharmacy, on pharmaceutical services; Dr. Harriet Rose, Counseling Center, on services to students; Dr. Thomas Riley, Dir, Hopkinsville Com Col, on new developments at the college; Dr. James Funk, Dir, Institute of Mining and Research, on Title III services; Dr. Ronald Fair, School of Journalism, on opportunities for students; Wesley Criel on the Anthropology Museum's collection of KY artifacts; Deborah Dewese, Pol Sci student, on dorm life; Sandra Towson on psychological effects of cancer; Dr. Carl Cone, Prof of History, on historical preservation; Dr. Lynn Sperill, B & E, on the field of business administration; Terry Birdwhistle, Special Collections, on the oral history project; Dr. Blaine Parker on solar energy for the home (P.T.: 80 min)[n.d.]

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The 16 topics: Dr. William Drennon on soil conservation (NOTE: no intro and is only 1:12 min in length); Robert Fair on new types of farm fencing; Dr. William Peffel on Allied Health problems; Dr. Carl Reitz, Geographer, on the modern concentration on location: Dean Merrill Packer, Dental School, on treating patients in their homes; Dr. Ron Hoffman on the increasing attention to older students; Avis Frohart, grad student in math, on her interest in raising hogs; Dr. Joe Sills, Dept of Community Health on training students; Dr. Allen Butterfield on Huntington's Disease; Dr. G.A. Rosenthal on toxics and their protection of plants; Dr. Bart Filgess, College of Ag, on forestry students and jobs; Dr. Stan Smith on the possible regeneration of human limbs; Dr. Eugene Bradley on coal gasification; Deborah Grodin on abuse; Dr. Harley Raney on integrated pest management; Richard McDugal on physical therapy ({P.T.: 80 min)[n.d.]

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The 17 topics: Acting Dean of Undergrad Studies on the Commonwealth Scholarships; Mike Ritchie, College of Ag, on where Ag students come from; Judy Hill, journalism student; Marla Wesley on dieting; Attorney Joe Savage on medical malpractice suits; Tina Sandy, Home Ec, on planning holiday meals; Dr. Stan Labanowitz on UK's "Wheelchairs" BB team; Olan Hinnett on minorities in the law profession; Dr. Wilbur Fry, College of Ag, on the study of Agronomy; Dr. H.M. Vanderveer on TB in KY; Sandy Holland, Ag Eng Dept, on the use of wood in heating homes; Dr. Dennis Venton on outdoor exercising for handicapped children; Dr. James Sote, Library Science on job opportunities for library students; Bob Bradley, Ass't AD for Academic Affairs, on guiding athletes studies; Tom Threlkeld on organ transplants; Glen Combs, Physicians Assistants Program on what the PA job entails; Dean Miriam McKenna on problems in the nursing profession (P.T.: 80 min)[n.d.]

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The 16 topics: Dr. Wyman Dora on the Med School program in toxicology; Marilyn Fentross on displaced homemakers; Linda Bach, Ag Eng, on 4-H projects; Judy Cooper, Dir of Program for the deaf/blind student; An unidentified lady on home vegetable gardening; Drs. Robert Fetsch and Sam Quick, Home Ec, on the program "Pioneers of the 80"; Michele Milne, Ag Eng, on the PACE program; Dr. Marie Vitrol, Dept of Medical Technology on careers in that field; Dr. Don Graves, College of Ag, on the care of trees; James Alcorn on the best jobs for graduates; James Martin on the UK Eye-Bank; Dr. Stuart Fisher on sleep; Prof Richard Levine, College of Arch, on solar-heated homes; Dr. Sam Quick on the SOS program; Jim Nance, Physical Education on proper exercise; Dr. Richard Labanowitz on teaching gifted children (P.T.: 80 min)[n.d.]

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The 14 topics: Dr. Jean Visa, UK Med Center, an interpreter for Haitian immigrants; Dr. George Herring, Prof of History, on American involvement in Vietnam; Dr. Daniel Nelson on political problems in Poland; Dr. Charles Renfro, UK Council of Ec Advisors, on economic trends in KY; Dr., Daniel Nelson on Poland's labor union, "Solidarity"; Wm. Kenton, Speaker of the KY House, on legislative changes; Dr. Joseph Koch's on tobacco "blue-mold" research; Len Press, Director, KET, on funding problems for NPR; Dirk Minnefield on the UK BB team; Dean Miriam McKenna on the nursing shortage; Dr. Joanne Hillinger on proper clothing for cold weather Mike Green, Sociologist, on the gradual loss of farmland in KY; Patty McClellan on reducing hospital costs (Note about the final 1/3 of the tape is blank) (P.T.: 75 min)[n.d.]

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The 8 topics: Dr. Lorraine Garlovich, Rural Sociologist, on women in the work force; Patty McClellan on the UK CAT scanner used in radiation therapy, with Dr. Charles Coffee, Therapist; Bob Charles, Ass't BB Coach on his job helping the head coach; Betty Jo Deddick on cleaning down-filled garments; Betty Jo Deddick on proper cold-weather clothing; Dr. Stephen Dikosky on migraine headaches; Jim Master, sophomore BB player; Bob Anderson, College of Ag, on growing plants indoors with artificial lighting (Note: The "B" side of the Cassette is entirely blank) (P.T.: 40 min)[n.d.]

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The 8 topics: Dr. Fudge Meriana on nutrition in cold weather; Dr. Daniel Richardson on hypothermia; Ray Daugherty, KY Alcoholism Council on DUI; Tom Heights, UK BB sophomore player; Phyllis Alexander on project to identify abused people; Dr. Mark Conn and a report on dental implants; Sue Berrier on a balanced diet; Coach Keith Madison, UK baseball coach on the UK team (P.T.: 40 min)[n.d.]

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The 8 topics: Kenneth Starr, U.S. Attorney General's Office, on dealing with Haitian and Cuban immigrants; Frank Ramsey, former BB player, is inducted into the BB Hall of Fame; Prof Betty Bear in the Midwife Program at UK, on the family bonding process; Dr. Bill Fountain on the care of trees and shrubs; Mary Whitt, College of Ag, on the care of flowers; Dr. Richard Bennett on patients' control of pain medicine while in hospital; Cawood Ledford, the voice of the KY Wildcats; Dr. Nancy Dye, Dept of History, on the changing roles of women (P.T.: 40 min)[n.d.]

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The 4 topics: Dr. Ralph Caldroney on saving drowning people; Derek Ramsey, UK football player; Betty Jo Deddick on replacing water-repellant on raincoats; Alma Baker, Asst's Dean of Nursing, on ways to alleviate the nursing shortage (P.T.: 20 min)[n.d.]

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Ms. Duke, Manager of the Burn Unit at UK, on treating burn victims; Dr. Chris Christenson on the control of fleas on pets; Sunny Peltier, Specialist in Libel Law, on the confusion between libel and liable; Dr. Dick Galantry on drug therapy for hypertension. (P.T.: 20 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Kohner on air and water pollution and strip mining of coal (P.T.: 19 min)[n.d.]

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Otis A. Singletary speaking on "The Commonwealth is the University" (P.T.: 24 min)[n.d.]

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Prof. Nofsinger on "Historic Preservation in Kentucky" (P.T.: 20 min)[n.d.]

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Biomedical Conference No. 2 at the Wintergreen Lab; Dr. Ward Griffin of the Med Center on what's new in research on cancer; and Tom Bell of the Greater Lexington Chamber of Commerce, Chairman of the Cancer Fund Drive (P.T.: 35 min)[n.d.]

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The Role of the Public Relations Department at UK (P.T.: 65 min)1969

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Kentucky Digest Series

Interviews on subjects of interest to the people of Kentucky.

Dr. Chris Christenson on keeping insects out of the fireplace firewood; Susan Garfield on diet, eating out of boredom and on overeating; Mimi Porter on women's sports; Anne Crumb, Early Childhood Lab, on whether or not to choose day-care (P.T. 18 min)[n.d.]

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Tom Priddy, College of Ag and Meteorologist, on predicting the weather; Patty McCleelan (and an unidentified doctor) on child abuse; Dr. Fudge Meriani on diet during cold weather; Fletcher Carr, UK Wrestling coach, on wrestling at UK and in KY (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. John Crosby, College of Home Ec, on divorce; Prof Betty Baer on maternal-infant bonding; Dr. Bob McNeil on selecting plants for home gardens after a severe winter; Terry Hall, Coach of the Lady Cats BB team, on winning the SEC championship (P.T.: 28 min)1982

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Dr. Vincent Davis, Patterson School of Diplomacy, on U.S. involvement in El Salvador; Dr. William Labowie, Pharmacy School, on the proper use of drugs; Dr. Linda Medlin on trends in spring clothing for women; Joe B. Hall on the past BB season at UK (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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Dr Larry Jones, College of Ag, on the effects of a recession on farmers; Dr. David Bergsma on detecting diseases by eye exams; Kathy Peterjohn, Extension Foods Specialist, on the causes of high blood pressure; John Henderson interviews Cawood Ledford on his selection to the KY Journalism Hall of Fame (P.T.: 30 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Malcolm Jewell, Political Science on the 1982 KY General Assembly; Dr. Douglas Reese on hypolithodemia; Dr. A. J. Powell, College of Ag, on spring lawn care; Tom Winery, UK football player, graduates from Med School (P.T.: 27 min)[n.d.]

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U.S. Senator Hollings of SC and his speech at UK on problems of the Federal budget; Dr. David Bergsma on diagnosis by eye exams; Sue Barrier on nutritional values of fruits; James Lee, former UK BB player, now with the pros (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Justin Freberg, Geography Dept, on tornadoes; Dr. David Weckstein, Sanders-Brown Center, on older people volunteering for research. Fudge Meriami on National High Blood Pressure Month; UK Womens Athletic Trainer, Mimi Porter, leaves UK to train horses (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Douglas Soule on a historical perspective on the current recession; Dr. Stephen Smith, Med School, on using electricity to reduce tumors; Dr. Dolly Forester, Nome Ec, on the vitamin scam; Asst BB Coach Joe Dean, on the new shot-clock in the SEC (P.T.: 29 min)[n.d.]

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Barbara Graves, Martin School, on preparing government officials o be more efficient; Bob Andrews, College of Ag, on annual flowers; Dr. Dean Corrier, Allied Health, on electrical stimulation to provide substitute for exercising; Cliff Hagan, AD, on the athletic budget (P.T. 29 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Law Dean Robert Lawson discusses the verdict of not guilty by reason of insanity as was ruled in the John Hinckley case; Dr. Ralph Caldoni on saving people from drowning; Betty Jo Dedick on purchasing a good raincoat; Joe B. Hall on the BB team trip to the Orient (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Dean Lawson on the John Hinckley trial and the insanity defense; Dean Alma Baker, College of Nursing, on a new curriculum for RN students; Terry Hall, Coach of the Lady Kats BB team on the trip to Japan (P.T: 28 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Otis Singletary on new UK admission policy, budget cuts and reorganization plan; Carroll Stephens, College of Law, on investment schemes and scams; Dr. Darlene Forester, Home Ec, on various schemes for weight reduction; Kevin Greeley, former UK BB star (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dr. Robert Fetsch on ways to improve a marriage; Dr. Mack Vanderveer on the disease Scrofula; Betty Jo Dedick on re-treating a raincoat for waterproofing; Derek Ramsey, former UK football star P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Dr. Robert Fetsch on marriage; Dr. John Collins, Ophthalmology Dept, on ophthalmologic plastic; Dr. Mart Whitt, Plant Diagnosis Lab, on troubles people are having with newly planted trees; Tom Hammon, UK graduate and sportscaster with CBS (P.T.: 29 min)[n.d.]

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Part 1: Dr. Linda Little, Home Ec, on the grieving and stress processes; Dr. Rick Golarty on hypertension and high blood pressure and the use of drug therapy; Sunny Peltier visiting specialist in libel law on the difference between libel and liable ; Dr. John Strang, College of Ag, on the thornless blackberry (P.T., 28 min)[n.d.]

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Part 2: Dr. Lina Little on stress and grieving; Dr. Robert Ashe on a treatment of serious blood disease by the use of bone-marrow techniques; Dr. Joanne Hilligeron shopping for second-hand clothing; Coach Joe B. Hall on the BB team's trip to Japan (P.T. 28 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Ralph Christenson, Allied Health, on the effects of radiation; Patty McClellan and unnamed guest on occupational burn-out; Dr. Chris Christenson on the control of fleas on pets; Jerry Claiborne, new UK football coach, on the upcoming season (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Jack Blanton, Vice Chancellor, on the controversy over mining coal in the Robinson Forest; Dr. Chris Christenson on jobs in nuclear energy and related fields; Betty Jo Dedick on altering clothes to save money; Andy Moles, UK football player,on UK's defense for the upcoming season (P.T.: 29 min)[n.d.]

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Dr. Oren Little, Assoc Dean, College of Ag, on the future of agriculture in Kentucky; Dr. Robert Ashe, Med Center, on the cloning of anti-bodies; Mark Enlow, Home Ec, on cooking pork in micro-wave ovens; Becky Hedley, new Asst Dir for Campus Recreation, on club sports (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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Asst Secretary of Defense, Larry Ford interviewed by Dr. Vincent Davis on the values of the all-volunteer army; Dr. James Anderson on starch-blockers for weight control; Dr. Linda Medley, Home Ec, on shoe styles for women and foot comfort and health; Co-Coaches Marilyn McGravey and Mary Jo Pepper of the UK Lady Kats Volleyball team (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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Larry Holman, Dir, Management Center, on classes designed to help businessmen; Dr. Sam Scott, Internal Medicine, on the new drug, Carafate, for the treatment of ulcers; Dr. Jim Herron, Ag College, on problems of weeds in home lawns; Keith Madison, UK baseball coach, on the coming season (P.T.: 29 min) [n.d.]

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Dr. Georgia Ellison on the project to take Eastern Kentucky poetry to Eastern Kentuckians; Helen Stevens, UK Extension Resource Management Specialist, on personal rights regarding one's credit file; Dr. Bob Anderson, College of Ag, on planting spring-flowering bulbs in the fall; Rick Robey, former UK BB star, on his pro BB experiences (P.T.: 28 min)[n.d.]

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