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Image 3 of Kentucky alumnus, vol. 06, no. 04, 1932

Part of Kentucky alumnus

. 1 T . KENTUCKY ALUMNUS 3 , 1 E 1‘ 1 -' H T 1 slsi c s duca ion n Relaho 0 Industrq it ·» l il `_ By FRANK L. McVEY, President or the Umv.;p53;y gf Kentucky ETL; — WL; i ___ ‘ T To speak at 2 diH11€1‘ giV€11 by all problems can only be gained b ‘~ tha · · l r 6 - yganization that is specifically in- analyzinv the facts and placing 15 They jiisliilfgigp method i ’ . · . · · , = _ · _·- ¤ .. 10n might be fur- l p erested in a distmct group of ac~ these facts befov the ·· ·»· » · -»r Z _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -6 » 111¤lLll1111; ther extended by reference tg mb- l fa ;_ ivities brings one m Contact Wlth mmd. In that way progress is made lem·· of grggnivatjg vf `E ' i __ · umerous possibilities. The speak- and everv n » st ‘ ~ . M A ” p’ 0 malkctmg i `r may in fact miss the point f ‘ d L `1 W N ep m bm Held Of and Of Salegmamhlp The recent t ' · , , 0 111 uS1`y las a foundatio ;- ‘ · · - I ,1 he occasion or he may overstress which to rest. D upon SSR,€§;;1;1y1I;h§;]l;hEiOu?tW Sgowf l 7 j · 1;;>hg§§1l`€;;b9;ctm*i1;lb;l`$tggsfomj This ppppply of pm pas pwd be Eine ip théaad Ofi)3Iik;11?1lg?Lh;iE i ` ‘. · 18 °r~· through a very interesting matgpiai 1111"31 banking, for instance, has in Z i' .1 ith sorne he..1tat1on that I talk on divelcumgnh Waves Of population 8 131,%, mpasure broken down nd g ; he subject of education in relation h , L .¤ . v - - . _ 1 . ° .` · Z a 2 A 0 mdustr In the minds Of axe sxypt acids it, plain, guy} we have yet to build up a satisfac- i , gf.- ,1 _h y· _ . ltlanyl 111¤ll11tH111$, the frontiers have i·;»11- FCYY SYSt€m of Hnancial assistance i . ~», V ave no doubt, theie is no speci- d ,, Q , . _ _ . . 2 [1,13 ic 1_ 1 mmsh. b t .f I _ €_ xeotiiaid. one aftei anothei, un- to agllcultuie. So with the problems s · me, lm $1; . 1p _“ { _ can S1?°“l til the last frontier is gone In thi; in marketing and salesmanship, the 5 V hi; €tW€af§J3cZtl§t’§¤%"i§§i};l?-‘§°1°‘i "??£°‘ ’“““g mmm *0 the hm °*" telling ***5 pmduct 1 l _ _ _ · 0 cnineteenth ggntuyy tlqeuwb- to mélrket militate a¤a,inst stan- ‘· 1 gee; hall be satisfied with the oppor- lvm W9, ’ . - . - - ° .‘ ‘ t. ‘ . . - V is largely problems in utili- dtlldi 01 lll/111*: and happier condi- t I :““‘W wd the ‘”°°aS“?“· _ when or uamiai i·e$pui·pe$-l·€ap€- liens among me population. - t uhet me ask you to think of a defi- ment of method was unnecessarv. In the social Held manv ad`ust— i` ‘ of education. When the word But now a great many difficult and ments are tc be made We have] `u··t ii` · u$?d what IS m_Y0u1`_ mmd? What F€1`i0ll* ¤U€$F1011$ have arisen in the be¤un to workv with insurance ima i SOC1it10tl1S does it bring up? Does field of industry. It has been found the country is much agitated over l [ ~ Ter- S}1g,,€S 8 p10C€$S closely related thqt physics and chemistry. bioloev the problem of unemplovment and I t 1}f€ and 0116 Whlfih C011C€1`l‘1S you and geology. all have c·mti·ibutions the diihculties which follow in its ` — 111111% 3]} y0l11' days'? _ _ to make to the scientific phases of train. Old age dependency is an- -¥ ‘ TO. SOH1€tD€ODl€ €dl.1C3.t101l IS the 1I`1dLlSt1'Y. In fa(;t_ industrv dgijgndg gther f¤gtOy sg that industry jg Q ;_f;i ,Cql11I`€m€11 of a mass of khoxvledee upon what these nl; ri 1 '¤ »—¤·— o · A U ’· i · iv ` Ave. in their Opinion Inan al ‘ ' "` 7 ‘ 55 Ca' SC1—~u~.»··¤ ·-ClWf1C11t9d Yvlth the ¤u€$t]iD]] Of SQ- mia ‘e able to develop, It is hardlv cial nroblem as well a ' t`fl ·" 1 W110 k110WS 3 gréat many 1`¤9C€"S3l`Y to refer to the T)`l`O0`1'€%% ard ecrrncmii ones Vlfhast isuiztll 2: ` -¤—-r. ai · - - s * *— —· · —- E0 i . mE$·];[`h€ Old deiiriition of science that has been made in radio and ina to do about it? All of this raises 9 tt}? Ogvnof f5195SlHBd'k110\Vl·€dg9. chemical industrv. to sav nothing of the question of education. The in- gi E t St., U15 €¤1'11tl0Il of science 1s·no manu othezgs that grow onlv as ouivinq mind is needed to Dry into ii ‘ l ii}; E 3¤€~Df€dA bv the scientists scientific knowledge cf the fact·n·s these problems to look at them to ` ‘i I BIHSGIVGS. and 1t is as old fashion- that are involved in the nrohlems get the facts. to analvze and! to if 1 ii 9al`1Y·a‘~lt0m0b1l€ BDDBBYS Mfliiid down as foundations. Cam- come to conclusions. Then in turn _ East a¤S;Of€£i0l.§€1S of that form of €9;1tlOll between garsvups as well as these conclusions must be tested i V ` · 9‘l·’€°l1 11'lf1'>11S has bl`OU"`l'1i the bv experience, reformed and hn- i . Another group thinks Of educa- scientiiicallv trained man into an ally set un as procedure? E i e. as precepts and gxjgmg Ygyhicyw important place in the field of in- - - L l new · · .· \· - I hat I h c . t l * s¤.¤¤¤¤ at me i »rii - vas have that mil? Qitdlititi §§§al t p l i 5 Sllldlhg his own conduct and be- built by corporate organizations and leo.;] wd Qmmmic problems thai —i . °*V1°1`· In Um accllmulatéd wisdom in th°F€ ]”b'”`”t°l`i€* $(**611**50 m°‘l cciiftont the different states in this E ` thft W01‘Id the supposition is that labor to Hnd out anvthin€ Ilremgpter an ·ammd€_th€ ac' °°"’» h""’?"€l`— that “'€ l”°"’€ Solve"? little bv little new functions have . I _ Sciemgoglill; 111§f3l]9C€L1z;l curios— the transnortation nroblem is to hcen added. Provisions throualri acts = V .=e _' _ _ @31011 0 his view claim more than anvliadv is will- of C·inqi·es;s and the state levisla- i = §_ ’g;dtg(£1iUO11 15 11'lt classified know]- ing to accede Even the character ture have made the state l111lV€I`Fit}J " Q E __Av mBthaQ)é)*g§€gu1`$_. the ttechnioue of roads and road-buildinrr is not an important asencv in experimen- ,` . Ra mq wi h prob- vet ¢‘lPt€·1‘miii¤

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