Many Kentuckians grew up believing that the name of their state meant "Dark bloody Ground." It was that, of course, for the hunting ground of native Americans that became the battle ground between them and the white settlers. But Professor Theda Perdue of the University of Kentucky and Professor Michael Green of Dartmouth agree that in the Cherokee language Kentucky means, "Tomorrow, the land where we will live." In our concern with living for today, we must recognize that what we do today will affect our lives tomorrow. We cannot ignore the future and live only in the present. We should not mortgage tomorrow for the sake of today.