Georgetown College - Belle of the Blue Yearbook (Georgetown, KY)

 - Class of 1941

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PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY OF GEORGETOWN COLLEGE GEORGETOWN, KENTUCKY Exiles Q w Www ,ag EQ N M Q N Wsmsxmssmam we WE ss Q a gms? me nm' W Www E W H 1 H me HBE is mmm H W H EHEBQEMSM xwmgxwj BRE E5 EB EBJS T ,E Q 'W H E mga Hawking L EM gn, BETH ss ss m ss in I my was W5 WPS me .. 44 W-- Mx 4 MW.,p.w m EW an nm w WW E,wmmx WAS in N Twenfy years ago fhe "Belle of fhe Blue" offered in grafeful appreciafion a fribufe fo flie Mofher of Ruclxer's Dauglwfers. For her following years of kind- ly counsel and abiding care, her spirif of sympafhy and devofion fo her girls, 'if WS MG eff Lf ARREN we pause again fo say a sincere, "Tl1anlc You," fo a generous, lovely lady. ln her siffing room af Rucker Hall, Mrs. McFarren receives fhe girls af any hour of fhe clay offering friendly hours of conversafion and aid fo her girls. Q! me 5 2 5 I V 2 5 S fx 2 K 2 Q K E X L i 5 5 K x f x . - .ig .V ai K' -Af,'.1':I,'1 ,W-ew'-.i9f,v: I, 'M ,: A 1. 71 Ip? xi ' ' 0. - .1 A, , ' r I, .ff I ,. .5 . L -5 t V5 .viz ,: . , , - . sf' ,- I- .gi Yklw sf if r s .-B. Lf:i"' J, , W- W 7-.if ' 17 -,S :L . -xii--xv -si? 1 A I .sf E Eff g ' lf" A 'iii' ' ., .. f H: .ii na. 11' ,5 J ,ly A" ,. ' 1, f- 'A .W MJ- " . .- 1- -N . 4 - ' Q A' JI" ' 4 W' 'Ii . il -.ysai JI' " " ' . ,. -4 r P. MAN or THE HCUR DR. HENRY NOBLE SHERWOOD Dr. Henry Noble Sherwood, presidenf of Georgefown College, has endeared himself 'Io fhe sfudenfs, alumni, former sfudenfs and friends of fhis one-hundred-and-fwelve-year-old insfifufion in fhe shorf fime he has been head of fhe school. He came fo fhe campus six years ago and from fhe firsf day has fhrown himself wholehearfedly info fhe ac- fivifies which 'lend foward beffermenf of fhe school, and in so doing has proven himself a man of which any school, fown or cify could feel iusfly proud. Dr. Sherwood wifh his keen insighf info human nafure, born only in frue leaders, has shown 'rime affer fime fhaf an execufive can sfill be human: fhaf a college presidenf does nof have fo assume pompous dignify fo hold fhe respecf and esfeem of fhose hundreds of undergraduafes who yearly come info close confacf wifh fhem. The man af fhe helm of Georgefown College is one of fhe Iivesf and mosf undersfanding of any of his illus- frious predecessors. He radiafes friendliness and many a freshman is made fo feel perfecfly af home immediafely affer being ushered info fhe presence of Dr. Sherwood. Thai fhis comradeliness never weakens is easily seen whenever Dr. Sherwood makes an appearance in chapel, or af ofher sfudenf gafherings. The spirif of Georgefown College, as 'Ihe resuli' of fhe presenl' presidenf, is being revivified 'Ihroughoui' 'Ihe sfafe. His abilify as an organizer, a leader, a friend of young people and a public speaker, has already been recognized in every secfion of Kenfucky. Hardly a week goes by buf fhaf some organizafion, be if here in Georgefown or in some ofher fown or cify, is nof asking for his service as ifs speaker. His business acumen far exceeds fhaf found in fhe average college head. This is affesfed by fhe facf fhaf during his adminisfrafion fhe debi' of fhe college has been reduced more fhan fiffy per cenf, Georgefown, as ofher smaller colleges, has ifs financial problem, buf adequafe planning under fhe leadership of Presidenf Sher- wood makes ifs solufion seem far less difficulf fhan if did iusf a few years ago. In a shorf span of years fhe widespread influence of Dr. Sherwood has been greafly felf. Sfudenfs fhis year and in fhose fo follow coming under his leadership will be be'H'er able fo meef fhe problems of life and fake fheir parf in acfivifies aimed af affaining a beffer balanced world. Georgefown College is forfunafe in having a man as Dr. Sherwood as ifs presidenf and fhe sfudenfs are proud of him. A sfudenf said fhis abouf him. A picfure headed "Georgefown's own Dr. Sherwood" appears in fhe George- fonian. Perhaps fhe following week fhere is anofher picfure of him wifh a commenf on his merifs. In my esfima- fion, fhere's really nofhing unusual abouf fhis, because I can undersfand why Georgefown College is proud of ifs presidenf. Lasf May when I came 'Io Georgefown fo see fhe school fhal' I was fo affend, buf wiI'h which I was wholly unfamiliar, I was infroduced 'Io Dr. Sherwood by one of fhe sfudenfs here. We were sfanding in fronf of Euepian Hall. The sfudenf said simply, wifhouf furfher explanafion, "This is Dr. Sherwood." The Iaffer smiled and shook my hand. From 'Ihe firsf, he made me feel af ease. He invifed me fo have a falk wifh him. When we came fo his office, which was fhen Iocafed in Pawling Hall, we passed fhe door marked "Presidenf" and enfered fhe side door. Affer we had been seafed, we 'lalked mosfly abouf Georgei-own College and fhe possibilify of my af- fending in 'Ihe fall. I was deeply impressed wifh fhe friendly, democrafic spirif of fhe man. In facf, I was almosf fempfed fo call him "buddy," buf remembering fhai- a college professor was due respecf, I resfrained myself. Even af fhaf, I puf myself on equal I-erms wifh him, almosf, I fear fo fhe poinf of rudeness. Affer fhe inferview he walked fo fhe edge of fhe campus wifh me 'Io bid me 900CI'I3Ye- When I IGH. I WHS IUIIY COYWIHCSA IIWGI' Georgefown College was fhe school for me. I musf admif fhaf my impression of fhe school had greafly changed during fhis brief visif. Affer I had arrived home. I remarked fo one of my high school feachers fhaf Dr. Sherwood was one of fhe mosf inferesfing persons fhaf I had ever mef. "Yes," she replied, "Dr, Sherwood has made Georgefown College an excellenf president" "Presidenf!" I exclaimed. "Do you mean fhaf I was falking fo fhe Presideni' of Georgefown College?" The shock was foo greaf for me. I refused fo admii' 'io myself fhaf I had made such an error. Neverfheless if was frue. One would noi' expecf such friendliness and simplicify for a college presidenf, a man who is usually 'Ihoughf of as a dignified and remofe person. I7l Q v f- ra P412 ,Fw up., 5 .- 4 ' -kk., ' ' ie-one'-: .- ,.:..- ' ,ff . .NM .F ' if mv' ,. K -2, -1 sexi' 'Ez' . ,f fri +f tqaimrjf X 11.4" 0 :'.'?. TE an-fi .sv -,wr 3 Riel: -s elf-af ?4 ' IDC-3. 41 v :mv V AW?-if 'Z' ,Z-' flfiif' F Qi?" 4.-Q, -1 . :FIG , ., - 41 1.17512 .1-' 12: , ' 'lpir are 1 .-as -: 6:-f gsv - -5: - ,Q , -5, 73.235 v ,. .- .Eg f 4 -s if I 1' - 1912 - L , '3' si T 5 ,MQ .fr V 1. ffuz 1: '-Ikfiif '1- 529: . D 133. ls' 2152 sa M. , 'FV ,:7,L. 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QWSSTQQ , U ,G , M .gi - 5 Q.. ug u '- -arf if 5 7 ,u w ,mf ,y , W .-W.,,i,: ., ,, W, F, iff? L Q52 miiffs X S 24522 S 344 if Z ZAETE L 5"'..Z'f'1,E9 aff 'E gawk 5 Q H 111,33 IN THE BLUE GRASS REGION OF KENTUCKY Whoever heard of a college wi'l'h s+ock farms all around ii. Visif Georgeiown and you will find one. The celebrafecl horse, Man-of-War, is only eighijmiles from ihe campus. And 'l'his College has produced five Rhodes Scholars. We do noi' claim fhal' lhere is any correlafion befween 'Thorough-bred s'I'ock and finished scholars. We iusf call your aHen+ion +o +he faci' +ha+ George+own College is locafed in 'Phe heari' of 'lhe aHrac- five Blue Grass secfion of Kenfucky. Since we have menfioned Rhodes Scholars, lei us add +o +his dis- Hnguished group 'rhe S+a'I'e Superin- iendeni' of Public lnsi-rucfion and four presidenls of +he Kenfucky Colleges. These five educafional leaders, grad- uafes from lhis college in ihe Blue Grass, speak eloquenrly of The qual- Hy of work in +his ins+i+u'lion. To menlion anofher conrribulion of 'rhis Blue Grass educaiional cenler fhere are foclay in Kenfucky high schools more coaches and feachers of English per one hundred of +he siudenl' enrollmeni who are graduafes of 'l'his college +han of any ofher Keniucky insriiufion. Wha+ is rhe explanafion of +his remarkable facl'-a small college con- 'lribufing so many ouisfanding lead- ers? Sfudenfs of merii' enroll here: 'rhey receive personal a'Hen+ion: +hey develop in proporfion as fheir capa- biliiies warranfg 'rhey come in confacf wi+h a faculiy of well equipped ieachersg 'rhey are +augh1' +o infro- duce conirol inio experience in 'rerms of Chrisfian ideals: 'they are in an afmosphere fhal' has been charged wifh fhese charac'reris+ics for one hundred 'rhirfeen years. S+uden+s coniinue +o apply for ad- mission +o Georgeiown. They come from half of fhe s+a'I'es of +he Uni+ed Sfafes and 'From foreign counfries. They know +ha'I' on 'Phe campus and in fhe classroom ihey will receive fhe advanfages of an old and well- es+ablished ins+i+u+ion whose grad- uafes are found on every con+inen+. C Top Righf: College Library. Middle Righf: Physics Building. Lower Righh Pawling Hall. Opposiie Page: Giddings Hall 5 'W'-,-..,... Vfx' x Q X5 'ox . .N 'ex - 55 I ' WLM -fr Q Q4 -.....,,, -may w nw as ummm Es Sw mi S maps G .fa 1 E -in ig Tags H Eg. in iw waz . lm ' ss w s x ww we :Q an gif iii' iii Mir gsm umm ew was mms 5 WSW mn ss mx s H r 5 zz ,fu .X 2 E mmm al was N1 was an nm mag an , S?51vMN Vi eig izs a 52, iii el E as fsfmn K H Q E sw. www , BER' . "mr-A M' " X Wwigwf an fa ,pf ,V g5E'5 N H imw, 5 E w Q Z., gxifiiiv W ' -a f, may-:mm FS. ,MW ' . A Xggmw - Q A in ... . if , W 'W sw Q-- Mf WW A-W ,K sawn 2 H K 1 H 4 L .w g.i. vw 2 WSPEYETE 'Vs -ss H xx F mmgwwga WQSKEZH - , ga W nw- ' AR - M - swam, egwmw img QB B . 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The final sianding, however, proves Thai' 'ihe Georgefown gridders won fiveplosi' lhree and 'fied lwo. Had 'ihe Tigers won rhe lasi' game of +he season againsf iheir arch- rivals-Transylvania-They would have, in all probabiliiy, carried off ihe Keniuclcy lniercollegiaie Conference championship, buf an aiiaclc of diarrhea hii fifreen of The ninefeen Tigers and 'lhey were 'Forced 'ro admi+ 'ro a 7 io 6 Transylvania win, Lasf year on 'rhe baskeiball floor, George- iown had one of fhe mosi handi- capped baslrelball players in 'Phe counfry as Hs caprain. Roberi' lS+umpl'S1oclxsdale, of New Albany, lnd., was capiain of The Tigers, bul he was a deaf mule. He won a berih on ihe all-KIAC baskerball ieam, due 'ro his consisieni oursrand- ing play. The Georgeiown College Mono- gram Club awarded fhe largesf leHer ever given by 'the aihleiic deparfmeni 'lo Dean Roberf T. Hinfon on Wednesday morning, December I9, l940, ai' a chapel program. Dean Hinfon coached Georgefown College afhleiic 'reams during some of 'Phe schools besf aihlefic cam- paigns. The "G" was imposed on a blanlcel' and was surrounded by 2I siars, I7 for 'fhe years he coached and 'four for 'lhe years fhai' he was an acfive member of Georgefown aihlefic feams. A. B. Rudy, senior from Millersburg, Ohio, presenred 'rhe award, explaining +ha+ Dean Hinion was 'rhe unanimous choice of ihe club fo receive 'Phe leH'er. Upper Righf: Boylan gains yards in 'rhe Transy game. Middle Righf: George+own did if in ihe Holbrook game. Lower Righh For more color- ful aciiviiy. Opposiie Page: One of our Maioreffes s X-a i s -.!?!P '5Qa3sfL5i59 l' . 1 L ' x we-U 1 E EVE-e S5555 axmag ensue F .of f e e,dxw WHEN GOOD FELLOWS GET T O G ET H E R 'l Every nighf when some Three hundred and fiffyi young people climb info fheir respecfive beds, fhey pull over fhem fhe covers of a memory-filled ddy. ln fhe dark- ness, fhey ponder wifh drowsy minds, over evenfsl fhal- will cause fhem fo remember Georgefown and ifs friends in 'lhe years ahead. Perhaps if was onlyl a friendly chal' wi'l'h a friend affer lunch, or a group of girls gafhered in chummy conference-if mighf have been an hour al' fhe Sxyeel' Shop or a lesson learned 'lhrough fellow sfu- denfs. ln happy minds will remain a glimpse of operi house quarfer hours, momenfs, given 'ro 'l'hem for sfudenf relafion enlcouragemenf, a fime fo laugh and pause before fhe evening's worlcl Info 'lhe pasf week-end fheir fhdughfs may 'lurn in fhose lasf walceful momenfs be- fore sleep overfalces resfed, re- laxed bodies, and fhe evenfs will gradually evolve Ninfo peaceful dreams. Whafever if was if brings a fondness for seven days in a weelc and 'l'he expleriences il' has broughf. New people will replace fhe old, buf Georpefown will nof forgel' fhe "good fellows" who marched wifh liffed heads info fhe world of l94l. l ..:..5.:.w . M39 Q ask .,,. 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EM a, 11 QL,-' Q . :Q H , was sa m , ' xxsnngiw Q . . s, ,. ss Q1 QI- 34 X wi Bl ss ,A m W x sf Swv 12.1 ms, ,wma 'wa Ancl so, we preseni' a piciure of whai' goes on ai' Georgefown College- A picfure in pic+ures-a picfure of fhe hear? of an ins+i+u+ion rounding our I I2 years of fruirful service-ye? a picfure as 'fresh as fhe bloom on +he cheeks of +he youngesf freshman. Toclay's picfure is +omorrow's memory-+omorrow's memory is nexij year's 'lraclifion ancl H' is of such unquenchable 1'racli'Hons +ha+ George- +own College is made. Toclay, 'l'he college is ours: fomorrow, we belong +o 'rhe college, for foclay, 'the college is our "Belle of 1'he Bue," buf fomorrow, Georgefown is our ALMA MATER. , E241 fi FACULTY ' CLASSES .n D. ,A ,. - -if ,A-::u..f.,v'vu-11' gm I ,:.L.- :- V . J ' 1: : A L .r 1 . 7 1.4 A 1 .M K , -Fry V., - in ' -d X' .45 534 . .1 g., Q IVR '14-N ' 'rf -ic. 1-'81 Q6 464 ll-If ww? aw, Ford, Hayes. Thompson, Bonawifz Higdon, Glass, W. Wilson, Pike Fisher, Bradley, Weldon, O'Fiaherfy Culiis, Lewis, R. Miller, Hinion E261 C. FREDERICK BONAWITZ Universily of Pennsylvania, Sfudeni in Vienna, Ifaly, and Germany, I907-IZ D.D.S., Direclor of Music, lnslruclor in Voice CAROLINE PIKE A.B., Georgefown College, B.M., Coffey College. Insfruclor in German and Music JAMES -CARN EAL O'FLAHERTY ' A.B., Georgelown College, Sfudenf Theology, Universily of Heidelberg, Germany, i935-'36 4 A.M., Umversily of Keniucky DEAN HINTON Gradualed from Georgelown in l899, Masfers and Doclors De- gree al Yale, Nalional Collegiale Championship, all-round gymnaslic work, Secrelary-Treasurer of The Soulhern lnlercolle- giaie Alhlelics Associafion since l9Z0 ALICE THOMAS FORD A.B., Georgefown College, Cerfificafe from Kalharine Gibbs Secreiarial School Regislrar WILL NELL HIGDON A.B., Easf Carolina Teachers College, Graduale Work, Universily of Norlh Carolina, Universify of Kentucky lnslrucior in Home Economics EVA FINNELL FISHER B.L. and Proficiency, Georgelown College, Posigraduafe Work in French and German, Cerfificafe from Chaufauqua Library School, New York Librarian IRENE CULLIS A.B., Universily of Kenlucky, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, l930, Norfhwesfern Universily lnslrucfor in Ari CHARLES W. HAYES A.B., Universify of Louisville, A.M., Teachers College, Columbia Universily Treasurer JEWELL GLASS A.B., Georgefown College Assisianl' in Economics and Sociology RUTH BRADFORD BRADLEY B.Mus., Norlhwesfern Universily lnslruclor in Piano and Theory HOMER C. LEWIS A.B., Georgeiown College, M.B.A., Universily of Michigan, LL.B., Jefferson School of Law Assislanl' Professor of Economics JAMES WILLIAM THOMPSON A.B., Georgelown College, Th.M.D., Soulhern Baplisl Theological Seminary Professor of Bible and Philosophy WILLIAM S. WILSON Sc.B. in Chem., Brown Universily, Sc.M., Brown Universify, Ph.D., Yale Universify Assisianl Professor of Physics J. ELMER WELDON A.B., Universiiy of Kenfucky, A.M., Ph.D., Universify of Virginia Professor of Educafion and Psychology RAYMOND HARRISON MILLER A.B., Rollins College, A.M., Universily cf Kenfucky lnslruclor in Sociology and Assislanl Director of Afhlelics -I, DEAN HINTON From This desk, Dean Hin'l'on deals forlh council and kind undersianding fo 'lhe men who look to him for leadership. His influence was fell firsl' when he coached The Georgelown A+hle'ric De- parI'men+. Now af fhe head of fhe Biology Depar'I'menI', he slands yel' in The hearls of The sfudenls as a 'I'rue example of fine manhood. yi A 5 z ,y 1? 5 ff-' 1 . E s- 2'6- ffl an ..' IL Y- , X' :-5 pf .I 5 if 7-25 ,I 4 f x ,-1: - I .V ., V g . fr 4- V57 . I if I ::7'i .. i " ,seagxf fi? ' I rw -" - x' ., J' ': A-' '?. 'Ii "' 4-- ' jg, .-sy E1 Jones, Haffield, Evans, Gillaspie Fogld, G. Wilson, Lancasler, Topham Hill, Hensley, Tolman, Sfoll C. Miller, Fields, Record, Calhoun l28l WILLIAM BRISTOW JONES A.B., Georgeiown College: A.M., Universily of Illinois: LiiI.D., Columbia College Professor of Liieralure DAVID EDGAR FOGLE A.B., Georgefown College: A.M., Harvard Universify: LL.D., Baylor Universily Professor of Modern Languages and Liierafure DOROTHY THOMPSON HILL A.B., Georgelown College: A.M., University of Kenfucky lnslruclor in Physical Educaiion CAROLYN FOXWO RTH MILLER A.B., Universiiy of Kenlucky: Graduafe Work, Universily of Keniucky Assisianf Librarian A CHARLES HATEIELD A.B,, Carson-Newman College: A.M., Universily of Tennessee Professor ol Malhemalics GRAVES HUMBERT WILSON A.B., B.S., Furman Universify: A.M., Dulce Universily Inslrucior in English WILLIAM ALLEN HENSLEY A.B., Ph.D., Universiiy of Missouri Professor of Chemisfry FANNIE ELIZABETH STOLL A,B., Georgetown College: B.M.E., Universily of Louisville Insfrucfor in Violin, Band and Orchesfra CARL RICHMOND FIELDS A.B., A.M., Universiiy of Louisville Assislani Professor of Hisfory ROBERT K. EVANS A.B., A.M., Norlh Carolina Slale College Coach and Professor of Physical Educalion J. W. LANCASTER B.Ped., M.S., Universify of Keniucky Direcfor of Teacher Training JUDSON ALLEN TOLMAN A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Universify of Chicago Professor of Lalin and Greek EDNA MAE RECORD A.B., Georgeiown College Secrefary Io Presidenl MARY SCOTT GI LLASPIE AB., Georgetown College: A,M., Universily of Keniucky lnsirucior in Educalion LAURA TOPHAM B,A., Universily of Kansas: M.A., The Rice Insfilule, Housfon Cerlifical' d'EIucles Francaises, Universily of Paris ' Inslruclor in Spanish DEAN RENA CALHOUN A.B., Georgeiown: Kenlucky: A.M., Columbia Universiiy Professor of Speech: Dean of Women " 14 2 : if ' B' al -C - :J .- Q ,, '- ' 'Q' :' ,ze J.. T B I 1 N7 T 111- W. , . f , , - S l r. As V .T - f , 5-J' f L 1 , : A rf - 't I h.. 3 5 L . ., 4 7? 227 V' E. CLASS OFHCE R S A. B. RUDY Tolerani, friendly, easy-going, describes l940's oufslancl- ing aihlele. For his consfani' leadership of fhe grad- uafing class we salufe A. B. Rudy. MARY JOHN RODGERS Thoughiful, modesf, unassuming, qualifies marked Mary John Rodgers during lhe four years we knew fhis genuine young lady. i301 SENIOR CLASS FRANCES swlNFoRD For her charming, sociable manners, wel: remember l940's sialely May Queen.l JAMES ROCKE We'll remember you, James Roclcel, in affecrionafe lhoughls for your ready smile and genuine friendliness. if JUNIOR CLASS ROBERT MCCRACKEN Presidem' CASSIE CHAPMAN Secreiary KATH LEEN ANDERSON Vice-Presidenf RENTZ THOMAS Treasurer ir SOPHOMORE CLASS HARRY JOHNSON Trea su rer AN N CARLEY Secrefary JOYCE LONG Vice-Presideni JIMMIE DAVIS Presiderlf if FRESHMATN CLASS TOMMIE SUMMERS Presidenf WAN DA STEEL Vice-Presidenf IRENE JOHNSON Secrefa ry HARRY SUTTON Treasurer SHELBY ADAMS Whilesburg, Ky. ' JOHN P. ANDERSON II K A Coshoclon. Ohio ROBERT G. BRATCHER Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Pi Kappa Della, 4, Presidenl, '40-'4Ig Senior Debarer and Orafor, Mask- raflers, I, 2, 3, 41 Choir, I, 2, 3, 4, Presidenf, '40-'4l, Men's Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Orcheslra, Concerl Masfer, I, 2, 3, 4, Soloisl, I, 2, 3, 45 Sfoll Music Award for Oufsfanding Insfru- menlalisf, 397 Baplisl' Sfudenl Union, I, 2, 3, 4, Firsl' Vice-Presidenl, 2, 3, Presidenl, '40-'4l, Commilfee on Re- ligious Acfiviliesg Bradley Honor So- ciely, I, 2, 3, 4, Elizabefh Lowndes Scholarship, '40-'4Ig Who's Who in American Universifies and Colleges, '40-'4lg Sherwood Round Table, '40- '4I. TALITHA FRANCES SWINFORD E K Berea, Ky. Vice-Presidenl, Sophomore Class: Sec- relary, Junior Class: Secrelary, Senior Class, W. A. A. Council, 2, 35 Regis- lrar, Sororily, 35 Inlramurals, I, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secrefary, 4: Maskraflers, 37'Y. W. A., I, 2, 3, 43 Della Omicron, I, 2, 33 May Queen, 4. HAROLD BROWN Z E' Louisville. Ky, lNo picfurel JOHN BURR Toledo, Ohio Baskelball, 2, 3, 45 G Club, Vice- Presidenf, '40-'4I. CLAUD BUTLER Z EZ Dry Ridge, Ky. THOS. BRADFORD CAMMACK Qwenlon, Ky. Transfer from: Easlern Kenlucky Sfafe Teachers College, Presidenf, Non- Frafs, 33 Manager, Facully Play, 25 Sherwood Round Table, 37 Fulure Teachers Clnlb, 31 Maskraffers, 37 lnlramurals, 35 Ediior Georgelown Re- view, 3. I HAROLD CRUTE I Z X lylalifax, Va. Devolional Leader, 3, 43 B. S. U. Council, 2, 3, Secrelary Sludenl' Vol- unleerg Classical Club, 2, 3, 45 Infer- nalional Relalions Club, 41 Infra- mlyrals, 2, 3, 4. JAyCK DISNEY Eleming. Ky. l CA RY 'IiAY LO R D UC KETT Pasior Georgefown Church of 'the Nazarene. G-ebrgelown, Ky. MARY LEE FIELDS 2 K Falmoulh, Ky. Transferred from Ari Academy of Cin- cinnali, '39, ylhree Arls Club of Cin- cinnali, 37-38,39g Besl Pledge Award, 2, 3, Regislrar and Hisforian, Sigma Kappa, 3, 4: Maskrafiers, 2, 3, 43 Y. W. A., 2, 3,141 Choir, 35 W. A. A.. 2, 3, 4, Treasnlrer, 3, 45 Treasurer Girls' e-lee Club, l 3. 4, womans Self- Governing Council, 3, 4, Belle of lhe Blue Sfaff, Ari' Ediior, 3, 4, Treas- urer, ISigma Kappa, 4. I MARTHA FoeLE EK G-eprgelown, Ky. Treasurer, Sigma Kappa, 3: Rush CBP- fain, 2, Secrelary, 4, Orcheslra, l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, Junior Class, 3, Sec- refary, Sludelwl Body, 33 Round Table, 4, Maskraflers, 3, 41 Y. W. A., 2, 3: Georgelonian Staff, l, 2: Honor Roll, 2, 3, 4, Bradley Honor Sccielyg Award for Oufslanding Junior, 3. REV. DAVID A. FRIEDLY, JR. Georgeiown, Ky. Ministerial Club, Bapfisl Sfuclenf Union, Pasior of Cedar Grove Bapfisf Church of Siamping Ground, Ky. RALPH FULTON Ii A Erlanqer, Ky. Prcsideni oi fhe Sfudeni Body, Men's Glee Club, Presideni, 3, 4, Presideni, Choir, l, 2, Librarian, Choir, 2, 3, Librarian, Glee Club, I, 2, 3, B. S. U., l, 2, 3, 4, Lab Insirucior, Biology, 3, 4, Track, I, 2. 3, Slaff, Belle ol 'rhe Blue, 3, 4, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '40, Presi- dcni, Junior Class, 2, 3. NOLA EILEEN GREEN EK Louisville, Ky. Presidenf, Pledge Class, 2, I-Iisforian, 3, Vice-Presideni, 4, Pledge Trainer, 4, Band and Orchesira, I, 2, 3, 4, Pres- ideni, Fuiure Teachers of America Club, 3, 4, Siudeni Council, 2, 3, 4, Presiclenf, Women's Self-Governing Council, 4, Pan-Hellenic Council Rep- resenfaiive, 3, 4, Sherwood Round Ta- ble, 3, 4, Maskraffers, 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club, 4, Y. W. A., I, 2, 3, 4, W. A. A., I, 2, 3, 4, Who's Who Among fhe Sfudenis in American Universifies and Colleges, 4. MARGARET GATTON A X Slaiesville, N. C. Transfer from Merediih College, Raleigh, N. C., Secreiary, Sororiiy, 2, 3, Reporfer, 3, 4, Maskrafiers, I, 2, 3, 4, Secrelary-Treasurer, Maskrafiers, 3, 4, Treasurer, B. S. U. Council, 3, 4, Choir, 2, 3, 4, W. A. A., I, 2, 3, 4, Miss Lambda Chi, 4l. BERNADINE HARDESTY A X Louisville, Ky. Presidenf, Lambda Chi, Pledge Class, I, May Day Herald, l, Choir, l, 2, 3, 4, Maskrafiers, I, 2, 3, 4, Classical Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Y. W. A., I, 2, 3, 4, W. A. A., l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club, 3, 4, Presideni, Sororiiy, '40-'4I, Treasurer, Naiional Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil, 3, 4, Treasurer, Sororify, 2, 3, Delia Omicron, I, 2. WILLIAM K. HENRY TI K A Georgeiown, Ky. Maskraffers, 3, lnframurals, 2, 3. r- - -.AL 18 g fl ll. S E N I O R S BYRON JOHNSON A X A Georgeiown, Ky. LESTER KLING Non-Fraierniiy Columbia Ciiy. lnd. CARROL KURTZ Z X Burgin, Ky. Transferred from Carnpbellsville Col- lege, Siudenf Volunteer, 2, 3, PI Kappa Delia, 3, Maskrafiers, 3. ROBERT A. LEWIS, JR. Franlcfori. Ky. Freshman Fooiball, VarsifY- 2' 3, 42 Monogram Club, 2, 3, 4, lnTramurBlS. I, 2, 3, 4, Fuiure Teachers Club, 3, lnfernafional Relafions Club, 3, Secre- 'lary-Treasurer, Non-Frai, 42 Non-Fra- ierniiy, I, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPHINE T. McGlNNlS Louisville, Ky. Transferred from Bowling Green Siafe Teachers College, Graduaie of Moody Bible lnsliiuieg Sfudeni Volunieer. HARRY EDWARD MOORE Franlaforlr, Ky. .IRA McMlLLEN. JR. Z X Versailles, Ky. A Minisferial Associalion, l, 2: Vice- Presideni, Zeia Chi, '40, Presidenf, Siu- denr Volunfeers. 2, 35 Presideni, Zefa Chi, 3, Presidenl, Sfudenl Volunteers, 3, B. S. U. Council, Classical Club, 2, 3, 43 lnlernalional Relaiions Club, 3' 'fharwood Round Table: lniramurals, l, 2, 3, 4. D. C. McMURTRY, JR. Cymlhiana, Ky. Sherwood Round Table, 3, 45 Presi- denf, Non-Frais, 3, 45 Secrefary, Non- Frais, 3, 4, Georgeionian Sfaff, 2, 3, 43 Belle of fhe Blue Sfaff, 2, 3, 4, Religious Acfivilies Commiilee, Honor Roll, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club, 3: Secreiary To lhe Dean of Men, 2, 3, 4. JOHN MADDOX Bels l-lorizonle, Brazil GENE MIRACLE 2. K Georgelown, Ky. Presidenl of Pledge Class, lg Re- porfer, lg Corresponding Secrelary, 2, Rush Chairman, 33 Vice-Presidenl, Freshman Class, Ig Maskraflers, I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf, 2, 45 Georgefon- ian Slaff, l, 2, Edilor, Georgelown Review, I, 2, 31 Secrelary, Sophomore Class, 3, "Deal'h Takes a Holiday," 35 "A Chrislmas Carol," ,3, 43 "Ladies of fhe Jury," 4, Band Sponsor, 4, Belle of lhe Blue Slaff. LULU YATES NELL ID S2 TI Gradyville, Ky. Transfer from Lindsey Wilson Junior College, Presiclenf, Pledge Class and Oufsfanding Pledge, 33 W. A. A., 3, 4, Y. W. A., 3, 45 Maskraflers, 3, 41 Fuiure Teachers, 3, 4. MERCER PETERS 1' 2 E Georgelown, Ky, Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4. MUR ELL E. POWELL Ci cinnali, Ohio Presidenf, Y. W. A., 2, Secrefary, Choir, lg 8.15. U. Council, l, 2, 3, 41 Vice-Presidenf, Della Omicron, 2, Presideni, al s. U., 3, Y. w. A. Council, 2, 33 Vice-Presideni, Girls' Glee Club, ,3g Women's Self-Govern- meni Council, l, 2, 3, 4: Vice-Presi- denl, Non-Sdrorify, 3: Miss Non-Soror- l ily, 3. JAMES ROCKE TI K A Monlgomery, W. Va. Treasurer, Selnior Class, Capiain, Foof- ball Team, 35 "G" Club, 2, 3, 4. MARYJOHN RODGERS 2 K Wesl Poinl, Ky. Vice-Presidenf, Sigma Kappa, 3, Pres- idenf, Sigma' Kappa, 4, Vice-Presidenf, Maskrafiers, 3, Presidenf, Maskraffers, 43 Mosl' Ouisfanding Woman, 3, Who's Who in American Universilies and Colleges, 3: Secrelary, B. S. U., 3, Vice-Presidenf, B. S. U., Vice-Presb denl, Y. W. A., 45 Pan-Hellenic Council, 3, fl: Sherwood Round Table, 3, 4, Womaln's Self-Governing Coun- cil, 2, 3, 43 W. A. A., l, 2, 3, Y. W. A., l, 2, 3. ROBERT PRATHER I' 2 E Georgelown, Ky. l LESLIE PARKER Glzorgeiown, Ky. l A. B. RUDY R H K A Mvlersburg, Ohio Presidenf, Pi Kappa Alpha, 3, 4, Pres- ident, Senior Class, Presidenf, "G" Club, 4, Belle of ihe Blue siaff, 3, 4, Varsily Fooliball, 2, 3, 43 Varsily Bas- kefball, 2, El, 4, Varsify Track, 2, 3, 41 Besi All Round Aihlele, 4. DUDLEY SCEARCE H K A Shelbyville, Ky. Most Valuable Pledge, Ig Maskrafters, l, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals, I, 2, 3, 45 International Relations Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Student Assistant, Economics De- partment, 3, 43 "The Promised Land," 25 "The Christmas Carol," 35 "The Ladies of the Jury," 4, Business Man- ager, Maslcrafters, 3, Treasurer Pi Kappa Alpha, 3, 45 Secretary, 23 Pledgemaster, 3. VIRGINIA CAVANAUGIH Paris. Ky. Classical Club, I, 2, 3, President, 21 W. A. A., I, 2, 3, Treasurer, 2, Vice- 2, 33 Bradley Honor Society, I, 25 President, 31 Y. W. A., 2, 3, Council, Secretary Non-Sorority, 3, B. S. U., I, 2, 3, Council, 31 Orchestra, I, 2, Choir, I,' 2, 35 Latin Assistant, 2, 3. ORD SHOEMAKER K A Banner Elk, N, C, JAMES T. STIVERS Georgetown. Ky. E. D. SCOTT A X A Georgetown, Ky. THOMAS SHELTON Stamping Ground. Ky. INo picturel I ,SENIORS E351 RUSSELL J. URQUHART Z X Roanoke, Va. University of Richmond, Va.: Graduate Crozer Theologicag, Seminary, Chester, a. GRACIE THOMASSON A X Louisville. Ky. BRUCE VICKERY Huntington, W. Va. ARNOLD WEBSTER Huntington, W. Va. Football, I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals, I, 2 3, 41 Intramural Board, I, 23 Monl ogram Club, Non-Fraternity. RI-CHARD WETZEL K A Dayton, Ky. fC L O JUNI ASS KATHLEEN ANDERSON Georqefown, Ky. MARY DEAN ABBOT Georgetown, Ky. JOE ASHER LYMAN BENSON Nashville, Tenn. ANNE ARNETT Ashland, Ky. Highland Park, lll. LAWERENCH BRADLEY Marion, N. C. n NORRIS WILSON Georgefown, Ky. PAUL COMBS Combs, Ky. CLARK BLAKEMAN Chaplin, Ky. MILARD CUMBER Millersburg, Ky. LEOTA CLAXON Georgefown, Ky. MARY RAMSEY Lexingfon, Ky. JOHN CHAMBERLAIN Somersel, Ky. CASSIE CHAPMAN Nocfar, Ky. LORENA DUNCAN Bagdad, Ky. MINNIE DEAN Louisville, Ky. HAROLD ' DAVIDSON Georgefown, CHARLES DIXON Ky. Dawson Springs, Ky. ALBERT FARLEY Jenkins, Ky. LUTHER GILLEY Benham, Ky. JUAN ITA HALL Georgelown, VIOLA HEARN Grayson, Ky. W. H. HONAKER Georgefown, iNol shownj RUTH EDWARDS Frankforf, Ky. WALTER ELM ORE Eliza belhfown, Ky. ROBERT PAYN E Georgefown, Ky. JOHN HOOD Eliza belhlown, Ky. Ky. JOAN HOPKINS Somersef, Ky. BETTY JONES Boca Grande, Fla Ky. H ,351 5.55 r, , xg, I ., . Q - SQ ' , A ii i km I gig J' 1 , 11 V i'1 wwf W 2, ? I 515' Z . .,r .- ' -' J'4' . . Q., , ' 1 ,I !. 'V A-f 1 K . L I , .lf ,, 'N 1 . J-,.x4., I' -' ,f LQ X 'a vw hw!! V n 1. xr 0, ', ' f, , ,ciyy U ., 1 I 1 1. x .ei 4 .sa fx -J .u., . aw I if ' i fi h 2 -'N fm, Q . 1 7 , 1 . 4 1.,L,, ' ,F- ' ,-,gf gl K 9158 .- -A. U .ln . Y .4 K :QR XE 1 W Ns A xi 1' Q li. ' I . ,.1"1 'Q .QW .gn V 'V 1 ,, -A1-11 ,F , , .,Af21,,: Q, ff -fwfm ,1 Y N 'Z' , , Q I .,,, ll ,Q " . 4 A' , . -"fav ,:, ' N , 'J , sy sg, A 1: we ', we .-Rug H V. . . ,V ., 1 -. 1 V . ,F335?5U ' w'5r1N.. , ,' uiffm . H-1H--- aff- . , , ,.,, ,,.mW,,,.q ,,,, 74-mu, JUNIOR -kCLASS LAVERNE SMITH Louisville, Ky. AUGUSTA STOCKSDALE Georgelown, Ky. JOHN STOUT Georgefown, Ky. JOE TAYLOR Jenkins Jones, W. Va. RENTZ THOMAS Sf. Petersburg, Fla. PAUL THOMPSON Spencer, N. C. GALE TITCHNELL ' Frankforf, Ky. RUSSELL URQUHART Roanoke, Va. WILLIE WAKEFIELD Taylorsville, Ky. EM MA WATTS Harrodsburg, Ky. LOIS WEAVER Anchorage, Ky. ELLA RAE WILSON Pineville, Ky. MARY EFF WILSON Mayfield, Ky. KATHLEEN WOOD Williarnsfown, Ky. HENRY C. WRAY, JR. Williamsporf, Penn. E381 SARAH GRAYSON . ALLIE COTTON . . . VAN BREEDING . . CALVIN HASTINGS . . BILLY THOMPSON . DONALD BUTLER . . REX MILLER .... NANCY DOANE . . JEANETTE DIXON . TILMAN JUETT . . JIMMIE DAVIS . . . LORENA DONOVAN RUBY BRUCE . . . ELIZABETH DEAKINS LORETTA BAILY . . JEAN COCHRAN . IVAN HART .... JOHN HAMMETT . THOMAS SHELTON EARNEST STEVENS . MRS. L. V. BRADLEY WENDELL BELEW . ROBERT BRUCE . . JUAL BRUMBACK . JAMES BURNS . . . ANNIE CARLEY . . ROBERTA CLAXTON JEAN CREECH . . . WILLIAM FINDET . . RICHARD FLOYD . . EDWIN HELTON . . FRANK HOOD . . PHILIP HUFF . PAUL KEMPER . . SOPHOMORE CLASS Boiiom Row Second Row . . Lexingfon, . . Versailles, . . . . lsom, . . Georgeiown, . . . Lexingfon, . . Danville, W. .... . . .Sunrise, Dawson Springs, . . . . Corinih, . . . Brooksville, .............Georgefown, . . . . Mason, . . . Eminence, . Crab Orchard, . . . Lexingfon, . . Baliimcre, . . . Covingfon, ' .'wI.'IIIeQ tiff, Ky. Ky. Ky. 'Ky. Ky. Va. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky Md Kv .Ky Ky. Ky. MALCOM FRANKEL . GILBERT HANKA . . EMMETT BOYLAN . . HARRY JOHNSON . . CONRAD NUNNLEY ARVILLE HOLIDAY . WALT LANDRUM . PAUL THOMPSON . ROBERT BENNETT . . VILEY BLACKBURN . . SHELBY STEWART . . HARRY HOLMES . . . WILLIAM BINGHAM LYLE WHITE . . RALPH WINES . . . CHARLES ACTON . , WILLIAM Mcemnes DOCK comer . . . RAYMOND SMALEY NOT SHOWN IN PHOTOGRAPH . . Marion, N. C . . . Corinfh, Ky . . . . . Mason, Ky . . Williamsiown, Ky , . . . Chaplin, Ky . . Georgeiown, Ky . .Truesville, Ky . . . . . Loyall, Ky . . New Albany, Ind . . . Louisville, Ky . . Cumberland, Ky . . Georgetown, Ky . . . Grayson, Ky . . Beechwood, Ky I2-91 KATHELEEN KINNETT . . MARY FELIX KING . RALPH LAMMA . . MULLIE LENOIR . . JOYCE LONG . . . EUGENE MOORE . . B. C. NORRIS .... GEORGE PARKER . . ROBERT PAYNE . . . MARY RAMSEY . . DORIS SHIELDS .... Third Row Fourih Row Top Row ERIC THUREN ...... NORMAN WITTKAMP I . . Hopkinsville, Ky. . New Albany, Ind. . New Albany, Ind. . . . . Erlanger, Ky. . . Louisville, Ky. .Ary, Ky. . . Cumberland, Ky. . . Georgefown, Ky. . . Georgefown, Ky. . . . Hindman, Ky. . . Ashland, Ky. . . Ellision, Ky. . . . Warrenfon, Va. . . . . Bedford, Ind. Defeaied Creek, Ky. . Harrodsburg, Ky. . . . Bucyrus, Ohio . . . Cynihiana, Ky. . Washingion, D. C. . . . . Bluefield, Va. . Old Bridge, N. J. . . .Whiiesburg, Ky. . . Mi. Salem, Ky. . . Durand, Wis. . . Bagdad, Ky. . . Lexingfon, Ky. . . Porfsmouih, Ky. . . . Verona, N. J. . . Bromley, Ky. FRESHMAN' CLASS KAY MAHLER . . ...... . . ERMANY WATTS . . WANDA STEEL .... KATHLEEN REED ..... DORA MAY STEPHENS . . BETTY RECORD ....... MARY ELIZABETH GASSER . . IRENE JOHNSON ...... RENA LAWSON .... SHELBY PRIESTLY .... VIRGINIA PENNISTON . . . . . Second Row FLORENCE MAY ........... MARION LEE SCOTI' . . FRANCES SELLERS . NETTIE McKENZlE . . MARGARET LUCAS . . DOROTHY RODGERS . . JOHANNA STARNZ ....,... Third Row MARY MASON TAYLOR ....... MARY SMITH ...... HENRIETTA NAPIER . . GENEVA RILEY . . ORA LEE MORE . . DICK MITCHELL . . . TOMMIE SUMMERS . . TOM RAMSEY . . . AUSTIN MINCH . . . . . Gilford, Ind. . Harrodsburg, Ky. . Middlesboro, Ky. . . . FIemIng, Ky. . Georgefown, Ky. . . . . Sparfa, Ky . . Owensboro, Ky. . . . .Virgie, Ky . Harrodsburg, Ky . . . Frankforf, Ky Turner Sfafion, Ky . Presfonsburg, Ky. . Georgefown, Ky. . . . . Paris, Ky. . . . . . Paris, Ky. . . Muldraugh, Ky . .CriHenden, Ky Chaifanooga, Tenn . Georgeiown, Ky . . . Union, Ky . . . . Paris, Ky . . . Buckhorn, Ky . Georgefown, Ky . Harrodsburg, Ky Highland Park, III . . Owensboro, Ky . . Shelbyville, Ky. I-101 SHAN'STONE . . CLETUS Ausrm . . DONALD LIVELY . . . JUNIOR WILLIAMS . sv-Ienwoon BENNETT CHARLES MCCARTY . LUCIAN LEE ..... EUGENE ROBINSON . . ERNST RUBY ..... CURT MOSLEY . . . PHILIP RODGERSON AUDREY CROUCH . . PAUL PARKS ..... FORREST WIGGINS . WILLIAM LUCAS , . L. D. MCELROY . . KENNETH KELLY .. THORNTON LAMBKIN SOL POTTER ..... EDWARD STABB . . . DORMAN MCFARLAN HARRY SUTTON . . . Fifth Row SIXTI1 Row Top Row . Georgefown, . . Mayfield, . . . Lynch, . . . .Corbin, . Georgetown, . Owensboro, . Owensboro, . . . Corinfh, . . . Chaplin, . . . Presfonsburg, . . . Glencoe, . Union Ciiy, . . . Pikeville, . . Muldraugh, . . . . . Walion, Independence, . . . , . . . ., . . . Harrodsburg, . Harrodsburg, Long Island, N . Georgefown, , . Owensboro, FRESHMAN CLASS BoI'l'om Row JAMES JOHNSON .......... BETSY JANE FULLER ......... RUTH HATFIELD . . . BESSIE BURRIS . . . VIRGINIA DENNY . . LAURA MAY HURT . ESTHER HABERLINE ELOISE BUSH .... DUDLEY CROUCH . LORAINE JARRELL . JOYCE ALLEN .... FLOY ABERNATHY . EUNICE JACKSON . Second Row Third Row VIRGINIA JARVIS .......... GERALDINE HUDSON LOIS HATFIELD . . . ARTIE DERRICK . . . LOUISE CHADWELL . MARY HAMBRICK . . MARJORIE JONES . . GLENN BAKER . . . CHARLES BARLOW . EDWARD BEVERLY . HAROLD BREWER . .' MAYO BRITT .... ANN BRONAUGH . . BEN BRITTON .... BERT CON LEY .... GERTRUDE DELANEY DAVID DOBBS .... LUCAS GAINES . . . DELMER GREEN . . . BEULAH HARDIN . . MARGARET HALGOMBE ', . LEO HUMPHREY . . . CLARE KETTERING . HOWARD MCPIKE . , BLANCHE MEECE . ELMER MILLION , . . . , , Fleming, Ky. . . Georgelown, Ky. . . Georgeiown, Ky. . . . . . . Paris, Ky. . . . Cincinnali, Ohio . . . . . Lynch, Ky. . . Louisville, Ky. . . Eminence, Ky. . . . . Eminence, Ky. , . Presfonsburg, Ky. . . . Presfonsburg, Ky. . . . Sherman, Ky. . . . Benlow, Ky. . . , . Benham, Ky. . . . . . Corinfh, Ky. . . . Georgelown, Ky. . . . Georgefown, Ky. . . . . . Corbin, Ky. . . . Georgefown, Ky. . . . Cynlhiana, Ky. EVERETT H EDGES .... FOUFIII Row REEVESFULTON... JAMES HOLT ..... BETTY DUFFY .... . . . ROBERTA FLYNN .... MARY LYNN FERGUSON Fiflh Row SOLPOTTER... DUANE CONKEY . . DREXELL DAVIS . . . LEE BAILEY ,... . . EDWARD BRATCHER . GEORGE KLIEN .... ' TROY HUBBARD . . . WAYNE BASS .... . EUGENE ENLOW . . . JAMES HOPGOOD . . BOB ISON ..... JOHN FISHER . . . WINFRED FOSTER . . NOT SHOWN . . . .Jenkins, . . . . Georgetown, . . . . . Jenkins, . . . . Benham, . . . Garner, N. . . . . . Danville, . . . Harrodsburg, . . . . . Garreff, . . . . Georgefown, . Sfamping Ground, . ......Sparfa, . . . . . . Chaplin, . . . Mars Hill, N. . . , . Cynfhiana, . . . Georgefown, . . . . Bedford, In . . . Somersef, Ky. . . Lexingfon, Ky. KY Ev v Kv C Kv KY KY . .,.. Versailles Ky. Ev v KY KY Kc v Kv d ARMOR MORELAND . . LUCY NAPIER , .... . CHRISMAN O'BANION . LOUIS PATTERSON . , , FLETCHER PORTER . . . ARTHUR PURVIS .... MARY RAY . . . HERBERT SAFRIT . . . JEANNE SANDUSKY . . HOLLY SHEFFIELD . . . MARION LEE SCOTT . . CLAR L . Top Row A SHE TON . . . MARY MASON TAYLOR . . LYLE wi-MTE . . . .' ' EDWARD THOMPSON , ALICE JANE WILSON . JEWELL WOOTEN . . EARL WRIGHT .,,., ' El.oYo CREECH . . .' I.41J I . . . . Paris, . Madison, W . . .Chaplin Jeffersonvillef . Somersel, . Georqelown, . . . Harrodsburg . Mifchell, . shelbyville . . . Harlan, . . Georgefown, Independence, . . .Jenkins, . . Mifchell, . Dry Rid e, . . Morganfierid, . Whlfesburg, . . . . Bedford, . . Harrodsburg . . Galesburg, . . Pineville, . . Owenlon . . Somersef: Georgelown, .......Paris, . Georgelown, .. Harlan, . . Somersef . . . Harlan, . . Georgelown, . . Georgelown, . 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' Q 5 A af V , .uw ,- ,,,:, in I... .::: 4. at in52:Q.'1-:igQW", uv x 2 5 cv U 35? JET' W K-L ,,,fx.5M5.: 4-. SP , Q in 5 iff, ' V I 1 EE A 3 .f ir S ' 'M V,,. 36,1 ..., , W5 Q' ., 5 M S Q J- 1 5, Q ff F , 1 1 5 is Y S -V t .y' .xl 4 FOOTBALL SEASON '40 When TiTTeen veT- erans Trom The I939 TooTbaII Team oT GeorgeTown College an- swered Coach R. K. Evans' call Tor The iniTiaI pracTice session, pros- pecTs Tor a greaT sea- Perhaps one of The mosT colorful 'fooT- ball seasons GeorgeTown has ever I: prevailed This year when our boys played spiriTed games, backed successively by a marching band and a proud sTudenT body. In rapid succession The Tigers broughf vicTory affer vicTory, and finally IosT The Transy-bell, only To win from all Georg 'own The hi hes'r acImiraTion and respeci' I 9 for a "never-die" Team of boys. Iviuckingum, probably The ToughesT opponenT appearing on The Ben- gals' sIaTe, acTed as hosT To The Evansmen The nexT week and downed The GeorgeTown eleven, I9 To O. ATTer Trailing The UniversiTy oT Louis- son were brighT. I-Iowever, aTTer The Tiger menTor announced his grid schedule Tor I94O, iT was revealed ThaT one oT The ToughesT cards Tor any Team in The sTaTe was Tacing The Ben- gals. Opening wiTh The powerTuI Xavier Uni- versiTy IvIuskeTeers on SepTember 20, Tound The Tigers holding The "MighTy Muskie" scoreless during The TirsT guarTer, buT due To The lack oT subsTiTuTes, The CveorgeTown aggregaTion was Torced To admiT oIeTeaT To The boys Trom CincinnaTi. The Tollowing week Tound The MarieTTa IOhioI gridders opposing The Bengals on I-IinTon Field Tor The Tigers' TirsT home game oT The season. A. B. Rudy, EmmeTT Boylan and Ray Pigman each conTribuTed a Touchdown To lead The Evansmen To a 2I To O win over The Buckeye eleven. lVIanchesTer, Indiana, was The nexT sTop Tor The Tigers, buT boTh Teams Tailed To come up wi+h The necessary punch and The resuIT was a scoreless deadlock. The once-Tamous Carson - Newman TooTbaII Team Trom down Tennessee way, were guesTs on The GeorgeTown campus on OcTober I2, buT Two Touchdowns by The Bengals proved Too much Tor The C-N boys, who Tell under The Tiger claw by a I4 To O counT. L-151 ville Cardinals in Louisville The nexT week, I4 To 6, The Bengals came To IiTe as I-larry Johnson and Ray Pigman paced The Tigers To a I9 To I4 win. An undeTeaTed band oT Union College Bulldogs rolled inTo TigerTown on Novem- ber 8, buT a splurge oT Tour Tiger Touch- downs proved To be The Barbourville boys' TirsT Ioss. The Tinal score was 27 To 7-GeorgeTown. An Evansville TooTbaII Team came To GeorgeTown The Tollowing week, dressed in Their red, whiTe and blue uniTorms, buT Their brighT Togs Tailed To enTer inTo The scoring, and The Tinal Tally read: George- Town, 27: Evansville, 7. The big game oT The year, beTween GeorgeTown and Transylvania, TinaIIy ar- rived on Thanksgiving Day. I-Iowever, TiTTeen oT nineTeen Tiger gridders were suTTering Trom diarrhea and The Bengals Taded in The IasT Tew minuTes oT play To allow Transy To nose Them ouT 7 To 6. ATTer The season ended, The AssociaTed Press named WaITer Elmore on iTs TirsT all-s+aTe Team. Ray Pigman was placed on The second eleven and John Chamber- Iain The Third. Each oT These boys are juniors. Pigman is The only member oT The Trio who is noT a lineman, he was The hard-plunging Tullback. ss U H EQ M5 masse? m 1 a ss E, an gn QE sn E an ,vi-f mega wx Mxi mms E5 E TI-I a mmm .gs ss ss san gg. nm ss wx 'mx we a ss E ma xma- EES K-fs nb Exam a E . -nm a ww-ws swf. 5 - ss n X: mum was mam mamma-xmawn mum GIS LETTERMEN JOHN CHAMBERLAIN-Junior guard from SomerseT. Cham- berlain, besides playing a greaT defensive game aT The guard posT, has added several poinfs To The Tiger's score wiTh poinfs afTer Touchdowns. EMMETIHBOYLAN-Sophomore back from New Albany, lnd. Boylan Tallied GeorgeTown College's TirsT Touchdown of The sea- son, and wenT on To receive co-ownership of The ouTsTanding sophomore award of l940. LESTER KLING-Senior from Columbia, lnd. Kling is one of The few sTudenTs who have ever aTTended GeorgeTown College and Then decided To make This ciTy Their home. Kling, how- ever, is one of These persons. He was a greaT reserve end for Three seasons. JAMES ROCKE-Senior from MonTgomery, W. Va. Racke was one of The deadliesT blocking backs ThaT ever wore an Orange and Black uniform, and during his senior year, Red was one of The ouTsTanding Tiger backs. He was chosen on The KlAC Third Team. W. H. HONAKER-Junior from GeorgeTown, Ky. Honaker was The only GeorgeTown boy on The I940 Team, ancl many games The local boy sTarTed in The Tigers line-up. Evans is planning on Honaker To be one of The Tigers' regular ends nexT season. A. B. RUDY-Senior Trom Millersburg, Ohio. He has been an achve member of The Tiger grid Teams for The pasT Three years. Due To his consisTenT play, Rudy was awarded a posifion on The KIAC second Team in 1940. RALPH LAMMA-Sophomore end from WashingTon, D. C. Lamma saw plenTy of acTion during The pasT season, and he held on To Johnson's and Pigman's passes wiTh ease. PAUL THOMPSON-Sophomore Tackle Trom New Albany, lnd. Thompson was one of The ouTsTanding linemen during The season oT l94O, buT he was only a flrsT-year varsiTy man, and he is ex- pecfed To be one of The conference's leading players before his college career is complefe. ARNOLD WEBSTER-Senior cenTer from Hunfingfon, W. Va. WebsTer did noT receive any rafings while aT Georgefown Col- lege, buT he was a sTeady grid player as could be depended upon. JACK ANDERSON-Senior from Coshocfon, Ohio, who has been playing Tackle The pasT Three seasons for The Bengals. Anderson came To Geor eTown as a back buT was shiTTed To The line. He played Tine batfl. LYMAN BENSON-Junior end from Highland Park, lll. Benson snagged several Touchdown passes during The '40 season, and his work was highly Talked abouT Throug The conference. PHILIP HUFF-Sophomore Tackle from Grayson. By Tar The largesT man on The squad, Huff lived up To his name as he "huffed and puffed" opponenfs aside ThroughouT The season, and even inTercepTed a pass and raced forTy yards To score a Bengal Touchdown. ROBERT LEWIS-Senior from FrankforT, Ky. Lewis is one of The few, KenTucky boys on The GeorgeTown Team, and alfhough The capiTal ciTy lad played -consisTenT ball, he did noT receive a 1a?T1i61g in KIAC play. Lewis was iniured in The final game of JOHN HOOD-Junior cenTer from Somersef. Hood was a capable relief man aT The cenTer posT, and oTTen broke inTo The Bengal's line-up. Hood is expecTecl To be a regular nexT SGGSOTT. GENE MOORE-Sophomore guard Trom Whifesburg, Ky. Moore, aITho.ugh he did noT see a loT of acTion during The '40 season, was in mosT of The games and he is eXpecTed To give Elmore and Chamberlain a run for Their money nexT season. CALVIN HASTINGS-Sophomore, has compleTed his firsf fooT- ball year and will probably be here nexT year. REX MILLER-Sophomore back from HunTingTon, W. Va. Miller was abouf The smallesf man on .The l940 squad, buT he was one of The ouTsTanding blockers. Miller is To be waTched in I94I. NORMAN WITTKAMP-CenTer, from Bromley, Ky. Norm played nice ball all year, buT is expecfed To do much beTTer nexf season. MALCOLM FRANKEL-Sophomore end Trom Hopkinsville, Ky. Frankel was anofhher of The Bengals' reserve ends, and was one of The mosT promising sophs on The squad. WALTER ELMORE-Junior guard Trom ElizabeThTown, Ky. Elm-ore was placed on The firsT Team of The All-STaTe selecfion during his iunior year, and is one of The conTerence's mosT promising players. HARRY JOHNSON-Sophomore back from Erlanger. Johnson was one of The mosT .Talked aboul' players in cenTral KenTucky during I9-T0 due To his rifle-like passes inTo The waiTing arms of his receivers. He was The oTher coeowner of The "OuTsTanding Sophomore Award" Tor l940. GILBERT HANKA-Sophomore back from New Albany, lnd. Hanka sTarTed The season like a house aTire, buT an iniured knee slowed The blond speedsTer up, and he was forced To give up fooTbaIl unTil l94l. 4 RAY PIGMAN-A Junior back from WhiTesburg. Pigman was raTed as one of The Toughesf backs in The sTaTe during his senior year, and was placed on The second Team All-STaTe in some papers, and TirsT in oThers. Pigman led The Tigers backs in yardage gained during The l940 grid season. JACK DISNEY-Senior back from Neon, Ky. When Disney came To GeorgeTown iT was Thoughf ThaT he was Too small To play varsify ball, buT This idea was soon changed, and lasT season Disney was among The Top ranking reserve backs on The Bengals' rosTer. I SHELBY ADAMS-Senior end from Whifesburg, Ky. Adams played Two years oT.ouTsTandlng fooTball, buT a broken ankle in The Georgefown-Louisville game, This year, puT The red-head on The shelf and prevenfed any raTlng in conference play. JOE TAYLOR-Junior Tackle Trom Jenkin Jones, W. Va. Taylor was The Tallesf man on The Tiger Team during I940, and was one of The mosT consisTenT players. BASKETBALL LETTERM EN TOP ROW John Burr Lyman Benson A. B. Rudy MIDDLE ROW Charles Acfon W. H. Honaker Ray Pigman Lesfer Kling Harry Johnson BOTTOM ROW Calvin Hastings Shelby Adams Roy Jones Ralph Lamma Donald Butler " Q .'. 'Emil :jfs I X ' U X wi fe W , -' 1 ng ' .. ig x x-4 nag. x lf any A.. ' 3 ww wma a , Q w .. ...., - 'X ' 1 ...,. ... M A if K NEIEIE S an E ., i H J U K . ., ,f 1' 5? : 1 . A J A V r WQEVU' Af R' ' LAW' L0 .L NWS Y 52 . .,.., . awww 'ii ? HHH? -5 ---2: . .ini Wxiiri ' 5 ,rf rf , . .Swv f .5255 ..., . 1 . 4 'ff .QU , l .555-J? 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' Y ., Q 5 2 M f . f A 'Y 1, l A U W ' Q 5' K ' Z J A " WZ M W ' T M w H Y :fr I " ,Zz ' -' 1 M Q M W f.,4 A , '2 2, .. if H z 1'-' - K , - , . , ff' gf t www ...M ' 4 fgsiiw' A gy LM 'zggggg - NMa sawn, zw ma x 1 1 fu as X Q H Q L 1 rw r The Tigers of GeorgeTown College were Taced wiTh The prospecTs oT an iT baskeTbaII Team when Coach R K Evans issued The call Tor opening pracTice on De- cember 3. Two mainsTays were IosT by graduaTion in The persons of CapTain RoberT STocksdale and Roy Eller however Shelby Adams regular guard on The I939-40 cage Team, received a broken ankle during The GeorgeTown-Louis- ville TooTball game and was 'Forced To give up baskeTball. The opening game oT The season rolled around and iT was againsT The powerful CincinnaTi BearcaTs. George- Town was unable To overcome an early CaT lead and was deTeaTed 33 To I8. John Burr sTarTed a magniTicenT cage career in This TilT when he dropped in nine poinTs. AlTred Holbrook opened The GeorgeTown home season. buT The Buckeye quinTeT overpowered The Tigers in The Tinal minuTes and vicTimized The local aggregaTion 37 T 3I On December I9 Berea was a guesT of The Bengals of C5 C buT The GeorgeTown lads presenTed Coach Evans a ChrlsTmas giTT in The form oT a 60-40 win over The MounTaineers. The Tigers Then sTarTed on The road To vicTory by Trnumphing over opponenT aTTer opponenT. Nearing The close of The cage season someThing happened To The Tigers and Berea. Transylvania and Wesleyan downed The Evansmen in rapid succession and knocked Them from second posiTion in The KenTucky InTercoIIegiaTe AThIeTic Conference sTanding. TournamenT Time rolled around and The Tigers were sIaTed as The dark horse oT The Tourney buT John Burr and A. B. Rudy each playing his lasT calIegia+e game Tailed To connecT wiTh any regulariTy and The PanThers of Wesleyan upseT GeorgeTown, 48 To 44. IT was The rebound work of W. H. Honaker ThaT kepT The Bengals in The running. A greaT season is expecTed nexT year wiTh Harry John- son. Shelby Adams, W. H. Honaker, Lyman Benson, Ralph Lamma, Calvin I-lasTings, Mullie Lenoir, and mem- bers oT The ouTsTanding Treshrnan quinTeT which will make up The varsiTy when baskeTbaII swings inTo acTion in December, One oT The greaTesT freshman baske+baII Teams in GeorgeTown College hisTory compleTed iTs neT season when The UniversiTy of KenTucky KiTTens Tell beTore The Cubs oT The local insTiTuTion, 47 To 40. The KiTTens, coached by R. H. Miller, swepT Through a magniTicenT cage season by Triumphing over I6 op- ponenTs Tor a perTecT season. The Cubs sTarTed OTT "I'1oT" as They walloped several small schools beTore Tackling The KiTTens in The TirsT meeTxng of The season beTween The Two schools. George- Town, paced by Lucian Lee and Biff Jones. beaT Ken- Tucky's KiTTens aT LexingTon, 41 To 34. AnoTher game was billed beTween The Two yearling qumTeTs and a greaT deal of publiciTy puT The "game on The map" and The gymnasium was nearly Tillecl To capaclTy To wiTness The second game beTween The Two fr. .,'f as 5 1 ' I f -af 9 ' .' J, gg' -5, f T ,L .ri fp ' .1 ff. fi FZ f .. .,'. .fr ., an if , -' ' za, JL. f ,p if in ,. ...J-L. ,af lsr' ' 3 " Es 'Y ' 71 s' . 4 4,-, ' ' L ll .U If . Ii" 4' Ii ' if uv ' f W . T I U. " 1:12 is :FI If K. T. .. . . . . . . o . . . ll H i . . . Trosh quinTs. KenTucky goT oTT To a Tlying sTarT by baTTling The Cubs' oTTansive drive and were on Top by seven poinTs aT half-Time, buT a IasT-halT splurge which neTTed The local club I9 poinTs in The TirsT seven minuTes oT play in The Tinal sTanza while The visiTors were able To garner buT Two, paved The way Tor The Cubs unmarred record. C-eorgeTown's Treshman high scorer was Lucian Lee, a red-headed baskeTeer Trom Owensboro who dropped in III markers. Duane Conkey was nexT in line wiTh 97. Junior BriTrTon. Toe-headed neTTer Trom Harrodsburg, re- ceived praise Tor his ouTsTanding defensive play. Coach Evans sTaTed ThaT if The I6 Treshman baskeTeers sTick TogeTher "There's going To be a loT of Tun around here The nexT Three years." VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES GeorgeTown CincinnaTi GeorgeTown Holbrook GeorgeTown Berea . GeorgeTown Transy . GeorgeTown CenTre . GeorgeTown Union . GeorgeTown GeorgeTown C-5eorgeTown GeorgeTown Louisville Wesleyan Berea . Holbrook I INTRA-i MURALS The Lambda Chi qxlpha TraTerniTy oT GeorgeTown College, having iTs besT sporTs year in over a decade, and probably The beysT since iTs or- ganizaTion, won The ihTramural TooT- ball championship oT The local college wiThouT a loss and came back The nexT monTh To cop The neT honors on The baskeTball Tloor wiTh seven wins in eighT sTarTs. The non-TraTs won second honors in The TooTball race, wifrh The Pi Kaps and K. A.'s Tying Tor The Third place. The MinisTerial Club was in lasT place. The baslceTball secolnd honors wenT To The Pi Kaps, The non-TraTs were Third, wiTh The K. A.'s in TourTh and The MinisTerial Club lluringing up The TiTTh place. BoTh rounds wenT To The Lambda Chi Alpha's, as They won The TirsT round wiThouT a loss. 'and The second round wiTh Three wird, in Tour sTarTs. Their only loss was To The Pi Kaps, I8 To l5. The Tinal sTanding in The second round wiTh Thrhe wins and one loss each. GIRLS' INTRAMURALS The soTTball TournallnenT was a TasT and Turious one. ATTer Three weeks oT exciTing play. The Tjourney was won by The non-sororiTy girls. In The lasT game, They deTeaTed The Lambda Chi sororiTy, runners-up, 25-24. The horseshoe and shuTTleboard TournamenTs will be played OTT laTer in The year. T "G" CLUB Paul Thompson, John Anderson, Arnold Websier, John Disney, James Roclae, A. B. Rudy, Ray Piqman, Ralph Lamma, Walier Elmore, Calvin I-Iasiings, John Chamberlain, John Hood. Rex Miller, Emmir Boylan, Joe Taylor, C. Coombs. 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Na, Qj'?fQ5f Sw,-:X'gji,f5.TEfMm """1 ww lj' A ,X -' ' 9 ' W ff uwmglffi 'QQ A :gl ,ww : My rv V ,Q 1 my ' W., 1, . f W ,, l l l r Jack Anderson, MarTha Fogle, Mary John Rodgers, Ralph FulTon l RALPH FULTON AT The head of every group, large or small, looms a person- age of high ThoughTs, morale and courage, helping, guid- ing, encouraging The Triencls he leads. WiTh proud hearTs and ThoughTTul appreciaTion we saluTe The leader of The GeorgeTown STudenT Body. Among The sTudenTs There are various organizaTions and groups buT The sTudenT body as a single group is organized To give a Torm oT sTudenT governmenT. The STuclenT Body oTTicers are elecTed aT The clclse oT each year Tor The Tollowing school year. The candidaTes Tor The oTTices are pre- senTed by The various social organizaTions and The prerequisiTes are ThaT They be compleTing Their Junior year aT The Time and have a scholasTic average oT aT leasT I.5 in The sysTem used by The College. The purpose is To acT Tor and wiTh The sTudenTs aynd To keep ThaT uniTy ThaT comes only Through organizaTion. The presidenTial duTies are To call and preside over The STuclenT Body meefTings and Round Table meeTings and To see ThaT all STudenT Body elecTions are duly carried ouT. The secreTarial cluTies are To keep as accuraTe records oT all meeTings. The Treasurer's duTies are To keep sTudenT assess- menTs. The Vice-PresidenT musT accepT The duTies oT The presidenT in his absence. The STuclenT Body oTTicers, realizing The privilege ThaT has been Theirs Through This anoTher memorial year in The higTory oT George- Town College, have sTriven To embody in Their work The upward vision oT an undersTanding adminisTraTion and a cooperaTive sTudenT body. STUDENT BCDDY GFFICERS l54l Z e . l Av. . .Q .. .,- J J. ' ' ' - .5 - , L ,- 4. ,I - H: . ' " .' , ,J .i Diff? ,. vw . , f.. Y . if ST. l X? 1 'rg 4 0 . , ., ,f , ,. ,A . , , . , , - , . 2 Q r . , . -V A- ,f , ,. f ,. 5' 5 - ci 52, " '1 ' "' 'X 1' - ' N f ' ' 4 ,A . ., . iw- - . ..,,, is ,i-r ", I . ., fa . is ,e WL' " -v ef u JA 1- 1 ws . ., E 1' ,I + :S N - if f- as ," i ,An '55 if -F ' ' Ps K . A . 4 . J ,T e ' at . 4 r rf Z '1 I J' '53, , r r . 4 K1 4 v 1 fs. M, I COUNCIL ln order io salisly a need lor a closer relalionship among The lralernily and sororily groups on Jrhe campus, ihe Pan-l-lellenic Council was formed. I+ was agreed Jrhai lhis organizarion should be composed of lhe presidenls ol The iralerniiy and sororily groups and 'lwo lacully memloers. The Council, meeling Twice a monlh, has made several con- lribulions periaining lo rushing, an ailempi for a siudenl recrealion cenler, and a drive lor beiler siudenl body organizalion. JACK ANDERSON 'For beH'er moods and a sense of humor we offer an "all around good fellow," Jack An- derson. We won'i' forgef his fall sfories and his never changing aH'i'rude of friendly goodwill. Firsf Row: Dr. Hensley, Ralph Fulton, Donald Bufler, Jack Anderson. Second Row: Sara Grayson, Kay Mahler. Third Row: Joan Hopkins, Mary John Rodgers. Fourfh Row: Eileen Green, Bernadine Hardesfy. Fiflh Row: Alberi Farley, Lufher Gilley. Boilom Row Second Row Frances Swinford Eileen Green Mary John Rodgers Marlha Fogle Mary Lee Fields Ella Rae Wilson Alice Wilson Irene Johnson Gene Miracle Ann Brunaugh Belly Records Rena Lawson Kalhleen Anderson E561 i i . r .cu ID' 59. Q 0 .rr 'cz .fr 'Q iq' G Q. .ao oioonio Third Row Wanda Sieel Rufh Robinsor Joyce Long Mary King Mary Furgerson Mary Hambri Elizabelh Gas ck ser ACTIVE OFFICERS MARY JOHN RODGERS . . ......... ....... P resideni' . , . -EILEEN GREEN .... ....... V ice-Presideni MARTHA FOGLE .... . .Recording Secreiary MARY LEE FIELDS . . ......,. Treasurer FRANCES SWINFORD . . . . Corresponding Secreiary MARY LEE FIELDS . . . . . . Regisirar and I-Iisforian ELLA RAE WILSON ......,....... Reporfer PLEDGE OFFICERS JOYCE LONG .... ......... ...... . . Presidenf WANDA STEELE ..... . . . Vice-Presidenr MARY HAMBRICK . . . ..... Secreiary ALICE WILSON . . ..... Treasurer MARY FELIX KING . . . . Program Chairman I The Sigma Kappa Sororiiy was founded ai Colby College in I874. The five founders were brave women who wished Io organize wiih Ihe high ideal of scholarship and fine courageous womanhood. Sigma Kappa is The iiiih oldesi sororiiy in 'Ihe Uniied Siaies. Rich lavender and maroon are iis colors: The violei is irs flowery and a 'rriangle i+s symbol. The official publicaiion is ihe Sigma Kappa Triangle. The open moiio of Jrhe sororiry is "one heari, one way," and signifies uniiy and harmony. The Alpha Chi Chapier was founded on George-Iown campus in I929. Coniribu- Iions are made, yearly Io Ihe Naiional Sigma Kappa Maine Sea Coasi Mission, Local philanihropy is also carried on. l Boifom Row Second Row Third Row Fourfh Row Belly Jones Lorena Duncan Minnie Dean Joan Hopkins Mary Dean Abbol' Willie Wakefield Gracie Thomasson Berndean Ha rdesly Mary Wilson Marcella Parker Margarel Gallon Jean Cochran Mary Taylor Augusla Slocksdale Kalhleen Kennel' Virginia Denney Belly Duffy Virginia Pennislon Jean Sandusky Dorofhy Smith Jean Creech Belsy Jane Fuller Shelby Prieslly Belsy Burris l Johanna S+arns Roberia Flynn Blanch Meece ACTIVE OFFICERS JOAN HOPKINS . . ......... . . . Presideni MINNIE DEAN ...... ..... V ice-PresidenT WILLIE WAKEFIELD . . . SecreTary-Treasurer PLEDGE OFFICERS ROBERTA FLYNN . . ......... . . . , PresidenT JEAN CREECI-I .... . Vice-PresidenT BLANCHE MEECE . . . . Sec:-eTary GINNY DENNEY . . . Treasurer Q The Lambda Chi SororiTy is a local sororiTy on The campus. The organizaTion is an ouTgrowTh oT The RhoTon House Club, which was Tormed in I923, one year beTore There were any women social organizaTions on The campus. The RhoTon I-louse Club adop+ed The name of Lambda Chi in I925 and has henceTorTh been a local sororiTy lcnown as Lambda Chi. This organizaTion was The TirsT club To have a house oT iTs own. During The TirsT year The sororiTy exisTed primarily Tor The social purposes, buT since ThaT Time The sororiTy formed ideals and purposes oTher Than social. The sororiTy sponsors various chariTabIe projecTs and This worlc has been a TundamenTal purpose oT The group. The colors oT The sororiTy are rose and whiTe, and The moTTo is "To be raTher Than To seem." "LYv'5Y35HafS'E3.11iS,' JE It SW G L-. BoH'o m Row Mary Smi+h Sarah Grayson Edna Records Mary Ramsey Kay Mauhler Nellie McKenzie Middl e Row Lulu Yales Nell Helen Kelly Virginia Jarvis Jewell Glass E601 oq7l'I e o 0 1 V . 9 Top Row Kafheleen Wand Geraldine Hlwxdson Nancy Doane? PHI EGAP OFFICERS SARA GRAYSON . . . ........ ....... P resicIenT MARY RAMSEY .... . . .Vice-PresidenT NANCY DOANE . . . . . ..., Secre-Tary KAY MAT-ILER . . . . . .... Treasurer MARY SMITH . , . . . Corresponding SecreTary LULU YATES NELL . . . .... ReporTer O Phi Omega Pi was organized aT The UniversiTy oT Nebraska on March 5, I9IO. IT was Tounded by TiTTeen girIs who were members OT The Order oT The EasTern STar. The purpose OT This sororiTy is To Torm bonds OT sisTerhood among seIecTed women sTucIenTs and To promoTe sociai and inTeIIecTuaI advancement The badge is an irregular penTagon, holding a Tive-poinTed sTar seT wiTh a sapphire and mounTed upon a biack background which is surrounded by an unbroken goid band oT pearis. The colors are sapphire bIue and whiTe, The Tlower is The IiIy oT The vaIIey. and The oTTiciaI pubIicaTion is The PenTagon. The AIpha ZeTa ChapTer was Tounded on OeorgeTown campus May 22, I938. This year Alpha ZeTa ChapTer is sending a represenTaTive To Conciave, Phi Omega Pi NaTionaI ConvenTion, which meeTs bienniaily in The diTTerenT sTaTes. One oT The sororiTy's splendid progress is The social service proiecT, The prevenTion oT blindness among The babies OT KenTucky. This proiecT is IocaTed aT The Good SamariTan Hos- piTaI in LexingTon, KenTucky. Bo'H'om Row Conrad Nunnley Ralph Wines John Chamberlain Dick Floyd Urcxel Davis Second Row Wendell Belew Ord Shomaker Viley Blackburn Renfz Thomas Bill Bingham Row Harry Johnson Bill Sandusky McElory B. C. Norris John Sloui' Dick Welzel Ralph Fullon Qlebopqgr ginnlm f I 2 34111 -5 M "fp Q2-+52 0.'f::,,:LD .qgui Fourlh Row Busler Paffersdn Frank Lescanec Lucas Gaines Louis Jubanosky l H KAPPA ALP BOB MCCRACKEN ....... BILL SANDUSKY ...... LOUIS JUBANOSKY . . RALPH FULTON . RENTZ THOMAS . VILEY BLACKBURN FRANK LESCANEC RICHARD WETZEL OFFICERS . . . . . i. .PresidenT . . . Vice-PresiclenT .. . . . . . . . .Secretary Corresponding SecreTary . . , . . . . HisTorian . . . . . Treasurer . . . Pledge MasTer . . , SargeanT-aT-Arms The Kappa Alpha Order was Touncled in I865 aT WashingTon and Lee when General RoberT E. Lee was presidenT OT The UniversiTy. The order was Tounded To seT high sTandards oT characTer, achievemenT, leadership and To TosTer and mainTain The manners and cusToms oT The Old SouTh. The Kappa Alpha has 67 chapTers, all below The Mason-Dixon Line, and is proud oT all of iTs 29,000 members. Some oT The mosT noTable alumni are: Rear Admiral Richard Byrd, SenaTor Claud Pepper, Randolph ScoTT, John Edgar Hoover, Lawrence STallings, and Rex Beach. The BeTa DelTa ChapTer was founded on The C5eorgeTown campus in 1904 and resides in iTs Three-sTory, brick lodge on HamilTon STreeT. OT The many alumni ThaT have gone TorTh inTo all walks oT liTe Trom BeTa DelTa ChapTer are such as Federal Judge Church Ford, S. Shepherd Jones, William B. Jones, J. Lindsay Nunn, T. Russ Hill, Edward Huey, and many oThers who have carved an imporTanT niche Tor Them- selves in The world. Bollom Row Clelus Ausfin Paul Combs Reeves Fullon Holly Sheffield Tom Ramsey A. B. Rudy Donald Butler Winfred Fosler Bob Moore Elwood Corlz William Henry S econd Row Torn Porfer Jimmie Davis Qharles Barlow Billy Thompson Mayo Brill Troy Hubbard James Rocke Ralph Russell T l1ircl Row Armor Moreland Charles McCarly Eric Thyrn Malcolm Franlwle Wilbur Owen Ausfin Minch Sol Polfer Jack Anderson lf641l urlh Row o Harry Sulfon W. H. l-lonaker Dudley Scearce Tom Porler Pele Smally Donald Freely Norman Wiflkamp Luc Dick Dorlm Millon Price Tom Fiflh Norris Wilson IB IKAPPAALPH OFFICERS A. B. RUDY , . ...... ..... ...... P r esideni' TOM PORTER ..... . .ViceAPresidenT NORRIS WILSON ..... ...... S ecreTary DUDLEY SCEARCE . , . ..... Treasurer JACK ANDERSON . . . . , Pledge MasTer O The Pi Kappa Alpha FraTerniTy was founded in I868, aT The UniversiTy oT Virginia. The Alpha Lambda ChapTer was founded on April I9. 1906. Since Then iT has Tos- Tered and grown upon The high ideals upon which Pi Kappa Alpha was founded. NaTionally, The Alpha Lambda ChapTer has gained many honors, including The naTional scholarship award and raTing as The besT all-round chapTer Tor Two years. Among The highlighTs oT The pasT year was The annual spring Tormal held aT The Lex- ingTon CounTry Club in April. The ChapTer members reside in Their hisToric old home aT 455 EasT Main STreeT. There are I5 acTive members and 27 pledges. Bollom Row Duane Conkey Gilberf Hanka Lulher Gilley Alberl Farley Howard McPike Tim Jueif Second Row Roberl Slevens Henry Wray Bob Benneh' Shelby Sfewarf Billy Robinson rcl Row Jual Brumback Millard Cumber Ralph Lemma E. D. Scofl' Wall' Landrum my I O 23- r' .5 Qin, N593 'rw .' - r H : fig? Q44 9 Tl Fourth Row pharles Lambkln Sherwood Bennell Gale Tilchnell l LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Lambda Chi Alpha was founded af Bosfon, Mass., March 22, l9l3. The aims, ideals and funcfions of Lambda Chi Alpha may broadly be summed up in fwo words, service and frafernify. The local frafernify preceeding Thefa Kappa Nu was Gamma Tau Alpha. Two years ago, Thefa Kappa Nu and Lambda Chi Alpha unifed info a much larger frafernify. The Kappa Omega Zefa of Lambda Chi Alpha of Georgefown received fheir charfer Ocfober I7, I939. ,Lambda Chi Alpha is an infernafional frafernify wifh excellenf geo- graphic disfribufion in leading insfifufions in all secfions of fhe Unifed Sfafes. lf was fhe firsf general universify frafernify fo lay plans and fo appropriafe money for humanifarian worlc fo benefif non-members. ln pasf scholarship rafings made by fhe lnferfrafernify Conference Lambda Chi Alpha has usually ranked fourfh or beffer. Lambda Chi Alpha alumni have wielded fheir influence in all fields of human endeavor. Some of fhe mosf nofed alumni include: fhe lafe Edwin Markham: William l-lusfon Jones: former Governor Alfred, Texas: former Governor Leslie, Indiana: Chesfer Gould, and "Mickey" Cochran. ZeTa Chi is a local minisTerial TraTerniTy Tounoled on GeprgeTown campus in l935. The purpose oi The organizaTion is To promoTe Tellowship among The minisTerial sTudenTs and sponsor inTramural acTiviTies. Among The alumni members oT ZeTa Chi There are many who are in The Theological seminaries and in acTive minisTerial worlc. Z E T A C H I E681 T THE ROUND TABLE The Round Table oT GeorgeTown College is an organizaTion consisT- ing oT The PresidenT oT The College and a represenTaTive oT each organ- izaTion on The campus. The purpose oT The Round Table is To promoTe The general welTare oT The sTudenTs oT GeorgeTown College, and To sTrive To mainTain a spiriT oT cooperaTion and Tellowship beTween The various organizaTions, The adminisTraTion, and The sTudenT body as a whole. lTs meeTings are presided over by The PresidenT oT The STudenT Body and Take place on Wednesday aTTernoon every Two weeks. The Round Table acTs solely as an advisory body, which makes suggesTions and recommen- daTions To The sTudenT body. lT serves as an invaluable link in 6eorgeTown College's sTudenT governmenT. Front Row: D. C. McMurTry, Dr. Sherwood, Ralph FulTon, Henry Wray. Middle Row: Marfha Fogle, Sarah Grayson. Lasf Row: Eileen Green, A. B. Rudy, Joan Hopkins. BoTTom Row Virginia Cavanaugh La Verne Smrfh Bob Brafcher JanneTT Dixon, Muriel Powell. Second Row. Emma WaTTs John HammoTT Mary John Rodgers MargareT GaTTon.i PTIST STUDENT UNION i OFFICERS BOB BRATCI-TER .......... PresidenT LAVERNE SMITH . . . .N . . Vice-PresidenT EMMA WATTS .... .... S ecreTary MARGARET GATTON . . ., .... Treasurer MURIEL POWELL . . . . .lDevoTIonal Leader JANNETT DIXON . ...... Pianisi' JOHN HAMMOTT . . , . .ChorisTer The Task oT The BaioTisT STudenT Union which is ThaT QT linking The college sTuclenTs To The local church is clirecTecl by The Ba TisT STudenT Union Council. The Council is com- posed oT The presiclenTs oT The va- rious uniT organizahons lBapTisT Training Union.s1 Y. A., Sunday School Classes, eTc.l. - I Norris Wilson, Dudley Scearce, Bob Moore, Tom Porler. CLUB INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS The lnlernalional Relalions Clulo ol Georglown College has nol been organ- izeol lhis year, Ioul was a very prominenl club on lhe campus lasl year. Professor Carl Fields is lhe Facully sponsor ol lhis club, ancl logelher wilh lhe sluolenls. slucly loreign, inlernalional relalions. The club will be organized again lhe seconcl semesler lhis year. E711 CARL FIELDS Professor Fields is a professor of Hislory and The Facully sponsor of fhe Infernafional Relafions Club. He is a young man and very well-liked by 'I'he sfudenis, and helps fhem with ihelr problems, as well as argue wifh fhem aboul politics. Boiiom Row: Cassie Chapman, Helen Kelley, Eileen Green, Ann ArneTT, Bill Bingham. Second Row: Henrieffe Napier, Nancy Doane, Sara Grayson. Third Row: LeoTa Claxon, Lois Weaver, Kaihleen Woods, Mary Ramsey, Lulu Yafes Nell, Tim JueTT The FuTure Teachers of America groups grew ouT oi ThaT desire OT The N. E. A. commiTTee on The Horace Mann CenTennial To TurTher ThaT worlc Tor which l'lorace lvlann . had given his life. F. T. A. as an organizaTion is based upon The TacT ThaT "The TuTure OT mankind is in The youTh oT Today-in The purpose, inTelligence, and ex- cellence oT Their lives. The purpose oT The FuTure Teachers of America movemenT is noT To in- crease The number of young people who enTer The Teaching profession buT raTher To encourage only Those To enTer who in purpose, apTiTucle. and personal characTer oTTer The besT promise oi becoming worThy Teachers." 1 GeorgeTown College had The honor OT receiv- ing The TourTh charTer issued rd The sTaTe of Ken- Tuclcy, when They inTroducecll The Mary Wil- loughby ChapTer on iTs campus in Sepirember, l940. The chapTer was named Tor iTs sponsor, lvlrs. Mary Willoughby ScoTT Gillispie, whose in- TeresT in The world oT educaTion was responsible Tor bringing F. T. A. To C5eorgeTown. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA THE MASKRAFTERS ln May, l924, a group of sfudenfs who were infensely inferesfecl in dramalics organized fhe firsf group of Maslcraffers. The sevenfeen years since Jrhaf lime have been busy and successful years for The Maslcraffers. They have been one of fhe sfrongesf independenf groups in fhe college, and have had a large membership consisfenlly. lviaslcraffer plays, which are presenled fwice a year, are evenls of fhe season, and Jrhe sfudenf body always has shown greaf inferesf for fhese occasions. The 'rrue lvlaslcraffer is a sfudenf who is nof merely inferesfed in play produclion, buf who is Boffom Row Mayme Noel Ann Branough Mary Lee Fields Mary J. Rodgers R C Ih ena a oun Virginia Penislen Harry Holmes Jimmie Davis Second Row Elizabelh Gasser Eileen Green Floy Abernalhy Marion L. Scoll Third Row Edward Brafcher Alice Wilson Mary Furgerson Margaref Gallon K M hler ay a B. Cammac Wilbur Owen Fourfh Row Shelby Sfewarf Nancy Doane M Ta I ary y or John Hammoff Nellie McKenzie Fiflh Row Bob Brafcher Wendell Belew Gale Tifchnell Ralph Larnma willing fo work and devofe much fime fo fhe club. The Maslqraffers have supplied a real need of Georgefown College, furnishing educafional and recreafional programs offen, and offering fhe medium by which ambifious sfudenfs can do much consfrucfive work. As fheir sfrengfh has been, may if increase, and fhe Maslcraffers will always be proud, energefic, and necessary 'lo fhe welfare of Georgefown College. Miss Rena Calhoun, sponsor and direcfor of plays given by The lviaslcraffers, has worked faifh- fully wifh fhe club. Much of fhe success of fhe club is due fo The enfhusiasfic work of Miss Calhoun. BoTTom Row: Henry Wray, Dr. Bonawifz, Gracie Thomasson, accompanish Ralph FulTon, Eugene Enlow, Jimmie Davis, D. C. McMurTry, Armor Moreland Second Row: Norris Wilson, L. V. Bradley, John Hammoii, Reniz Thomas, Harry Holmes, John Maddox Third Row: Ivan Hari, Edward BraTcher, Roberi Moore, Roberf Braicher, Howard McGinnis Fourfh Row: Leslie Parker, Fleicher Porfer, Bill Sandusky, Ralph Lamma, Kennefh Kelley, Mercer PeTers E' LEE tu DR. BONOWITZ Direcfor Studied in Vienna, Ausfriag Rome, Milan, Pesaro, lfalyg Hanover, Dermold, Germany, Paris, France. He was a pupil of Philip Dolmes, Sbriglia, Madame Fegina de Sales, Archenband, Dr. Carl Gille, Chev- alier Bracci, Manuel STern, Herr Gables. He did concerf and opera in Germany, lfaly, and France, Premier BariTone aT The Teafro Adriano, Rome, and lfaly, and The Royal Courl' Opera, Defmold, Ger- many. Head of Deparfmenf of Music, Georgefown College, since January 3l, l92l. Jiirbifh 1 YQ i OFFICERS RALPH FULTON ........... i ,... 'PresidenT MERCER PETERS . . .Secrelary and Treasurer NORRIS WILSON . . . . .Business Manager ROBERT MOORE . . . ..... Librarian GRACE THOMASSON . . .AccompanisT The Men's Glee Club is a viTal TacTor in The liie of The men on The campus. IT is noT only an oppor- TuniTy Tor developmenT musically, buT is also of pracrical value. Each year The club brings To friends and alumni of The college The spiriT GeorgeTown-a spiriT of ThaT like '76, which never dies. This musical organ- izaTion Tours in a radius OT abouT sink hundred miles. The programs are always insTrucTive, inTeresTing, and enTerTaining. They include composiTions oT such masTers as Bach, MozarT, Verdi, Puccini, and Wag- ner . . . also many modern compbsiTions and nu- merous Tollc-songs are included in Their reperToire. Dr. BonawiTz. head oT The deparTmenT oT music, is The capable direcTor oT The club. Dr. BonawiTz sang Tor many years in opera and cbncerT in Europe and America. The presidenT of The Glee Clubiis Ralph FulTo'n, from Erlanger, Ky. OTher ofiicers lare: Norris Wil- son, business manager: Mercer PeTers, secreTary and Treasurer: RoberT Moore, librarian: Miss Grace Thomasson, accompanisT. l BoTTom Row: Mrs. Ruih Bradley, Beisy Jane Fuller, Jean Sarlgdursky-2 Milpldred Murrary, JanneTT Dixon, Mary Lee Fields, Muriel Powell T Ti u a e Second Row: Joan Hopkins, Mary Dean Abboi, Bee HardesTy, Blanche Meece, KaThleen Anderson, Marcella- Parker, AugusTa Siocksdale Shelb Priesil Lois H TT' ld Y Y, B IS Third Row: BeTTy Jones, Ann Branough, Rena Lawson, Alice Wilson, NeTTie McKenzie, Beisy Burrows, Be'rTy Duffy, Minnie Dean, Laura May Huri Fourih Row: Eileen Green, Leofa Claxon, J. Joyner, L. Claxon GIRLS' GL OFFICERS MILDRED MURRAY ...... . . .PresidenT MURIEL POWELL . . .Vice-PresidenT JEANETTE DIXON . . .Secreiary MARY LEE FIELDS . . . Treasurer RUTH HATFIELD .... . . . Librarian GRACE THOMASSON . . . . . . . .AccompanisT The Women's Glee Club, which was reorganized early in The Tall. is a prominenT organizaTion on The campus. IT is a club organized wiTh much The same ideals and principles as The lVien's Glee Club. Each year The group which is composed oT abouT TiTTy members, gives a varied program oT modern and classical numbers. Included in Their reperToire are composiTions oT Wagner, Verdi, Charles, d'l-IardeloT, Schubert and Mana-Zucca. The annual concerT This spring will include noT only several numbers by The Glee Club buT also vocal and insTrumenTal solos. Mrs. Eugene Bradley, insTrucTor in piano and The- ory, is The capable direcTor oT The club. lvirs. Brad- ley is well known in CenTral KenTucl4y in This capac- iTy Officers of The organizairion include Mildred lvlur- ray, -presidenT: Muriel Powell, vice-presidenT: Jean- eTTe Dixon, secreTary: Mary Lee Fields, Treasurer: Ru+h I'laTTield, librarian, and Gracie Thomasson, ac- companisi. l7SJ EE CLUB MRS. EUGENE BRADLEY DirecTor Bachelor of Music Degree from Norfhwesfern Univer- sity. Sfudied piano wifh Arne Oldberg aT Norfh- wesierng Ernest Hutcheson, who is presidenf of Julliard School of Music in New York: Karira Dayas, and Sevrian Eisenberger af The Cincinnafi Conserva- tory of Music, Leon Conus ai' The Cincinnafi College of Music. l I GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON MERCER PETERS .... . Grand Alchemisl R. DOUGLAS PRATHER . . . Recorder LOUIS JUANOSKY .... .... . . Treasurer- I-IAROLD DAVIDSON . . . . . Sergeanl-al-Arms DR. W. A. I-IENSLEY. Ph.D. . . . . Facully Adviser I The Zela Alpha Chapler ol Gamma Sigma Epsilon was charlereol on Ihis campus in l928. ll was buill on lhe idea ol allaining higher schlolaslic slancling in chemislry, and offers an award of len dollars for Ihe highesl grade made by a freshman. ln order lo be a member ol This Iralrernily one musl have a B average lor four years of chemislry. Botfom Row: Dr. William Hensley, Harold Davidson, Mercer Pefers, Dr. William Wilson. Second Row: Louis Julaanosky, Roberf Pralher. l76Il Boffom Row: Mildred Murray, Caroline Pike, ' S d R w Muriel Powell, Audrey Crouch. econ o ' D' Rufh Robinson Rufh Haffield, Jeanefie uxon, . Third Row: Befsy Jane Fuller, Mary Harnbrick. OFFICERS MURIEL POWELL . , . Presidem' ELLA RAE WILSON . . . . . .Treasurer MILDRED MURRAY . . . .Secreiary MISS CAROLINE PIKE . . . .Facully Adviser ACTIVES Mildred Murray Muriel Powell Ella Rae Wilson PLEDGES Audrey Crouch Belsy Jane Fuller Rulh Halfield Shan Slone Rulh Robinson Mary Eff Wilson Jeanelie Dixon Mary I-Iambriclc Della Della Chapler of The Delia Omicron is lhe only nahonal honorary music sororily on The campus. The chapfer has been on The campus since I926. We have DELTA O E771 insfalled Miss Mary Lafham lo serve as palroness, wilh Mrs. Dr. E. Fogle. Mrs. Lewis Bradley, Mrs, Eugene Bradley, Mrs. C, F. Bonawifz, and Dr. C. F. Bonawilz MICRON Jv- BoTTom Row: Virginia Denney, Audrey Crouch, Marion Lee ScoTT, BeTTy Records, Mary Ramsey, Lulu Nell, Ann ArneTT, Mildred Murray, Ann Branough Second Row: BeTTy Jones, Muriel Powell, Ella Rae Wilson, Mary Lee Fields, Helen Kelly, Nancy Doane, NeTTiei McKenzie Third Row: Jean Sandusky, Emma WaTTs, Frances Swinford, Eileen Green, Geneva Joyner, Mrs. L. V. Bradley, JeaneTTe Dixon, La Verne Smiih ' Fourih Row: Doris Shields, RuTh Robinson, Sarah Grayson, Ermany Wa'lTs, l-lenrieTTa Napier, DoroThy Smiih, Geraldine Hodson, Virginia Cavanaugh YCUNG WOMAN'S AUXILIARY The Y. W. A. is a parT ol: The Women's Missionary Union, and places iTs major emphasis on missions. The college Y. W. A. has The name oi Ann l-lasselTine Y. W. A. The organizaTion was named aTTer Ann l-lasselTine Judson, The TirsT woman missionary To a Toreign land. The moTTo is Talcen Trom Daniel l2:3, and reads Thus: "And They ThaT be wise shall shine as The brighTness oT The TirmamenT: and They ThaT Turn many To righTeousness as The sTars Torever and ever." On GeorgeTown campus, This organizaTion has soughT To give The girls a larger missionary vision by presenTing programs ThaT are cenTered around Toreign counTries. These cliscussions have been based on maTerial Trom TheiWindow, The magazine oT Y. W. A., and oTher liTeraTure per- Taining To oTher Tields oT such service. OTher programs have been given ThaT were oT a social naTure or musical programs. All oT us realize The need OT sTudying world condiTions Today, and The value oT such an organ- izaTion will be realized more Tully as each girl becomes a member oT The organizaTion and does her parT in The advancemenT oT The cause oT ChrisT. T lil ifiii 71l Y-Q Pi Kappa Della, nalional lor- ensic, sociely, came inlo being in lhe year l908. ln February, l92 l, a chapler was granled lo lhe Georgelown College Chap- ler, and so Georgelown be- came lhe lirsl college in Ken- luclcy lo have a Pi Kappa 'Della Chapler. Kenluclcy Alpha ol Pi Kappa Della has held an en- viable posilion among Kenluclcy Pi Kappa Della chaplers. Pl APP EL On Salurday nighl, March I, Georgelown College was represenfecl al' Transylvania in bolh debale and oralory. There were six de- balers presenl from Georgelown. Norris Wilson was raled 'lhe besl' of l'l1e six, bul so far no official raling has been given as fo 'lhe slanding wilh olher colleges. T A Bollorn Row: Wendell Belew, Ann Bronough, Rena Calhoun, Roberl Brafcher, Louise Chadwell, Robert Bennell Second Row L. V. Bradley, Elmer Million, Edward Bralcher, Troy Hubbard, Norris Wilson, Carl Fields or - M i gssss as is , eg??i2 R F iw f'e?ib?Es,..mr'1EZ?QT, ige fee moan New sseewsfqa K f.,,1j, gi sieigi We hgEy5wHeQ5gEanac: ,., E E E 5 Egmym H M xBse se FTW l BoTTom Row: Virginia Cavanaugh, Emma WaTTs, BeTTy Records, La Verne SmiTh, LeoTa Claxon, Muriel Powell, Nancy Doane, I . Mary Lee Fields, Ella Rae Wilson Second Row: Mrs. Hill, Frances Swunford DoroThy SmiTh, Robe:-Ta Flynn, Minnie Dean, Lulu Nell, Mary Ramsay Thlrd Row: Mary Hambrlck, Mary Mason Taylor, Laura May HurT, Marion Lynn ScoTT, Mary Ray I Fourfh Row: Mrs. L. V. Bradley, RuTh Haffield, DoroThy Rodgers, Louise Chadwell FiTTh Row: Ann Arneff, Geneva Joyner, Eileen Green, HenrieTTa Napier, Ermany Wa'l'Ts, Helen Kelly woMAN's ATHLETIC ASSCJCIATION The purpose of The Women's AThleTic Associa- Tion is To provide wholesome recreaTion and en- ioymeni' for every college girl. IT is The desire oT This organizaTion ThaT more emphasis be placed on "play Tor play's sake" raTher Than "play To win." We believe There is a sporT or game Tor every girl-noT iusT Tor The Tew who excel. We believe ThaT every girl-regardless oT her Tem- peramenT-should be given an opporTuniTy To parTicipaTe in sporTs according To her inTeresTs and abiliTy. From The influence of The NaTional AmaTeur AThleTic FederaTion Tor Women and Trom The 5' Nfl.. YU, ,,.,...ai-i .sggegig-,, T f. 1.. e me ig ufWMa,3ow ewesfls. -Nj.,m - -n - i STaTe W. A. A., which we were insTrumenTal in organizing in I937, a greaTer xiarieTy oT sporTs have gained populariTy wiTh The birls on our cam- pus. Our inTramural program sponsors The eleven diTTerenT sporTs: soTTball, volleylball, baslceTball, badminTon, shuTTleboard, archery, paddle-Tennis, deck-Tennis, horseshoes, bowling, and ping-pong. The local organizaTion was oiiganized in I935 by Mrs. DoroThy Belle Hill, whch is head OT The Women's Physical EducaTion DeparTmenT. Under her sponsorship The girls' inTramural program has grown and Through The TulTillmenT of This program a closer kinship among The girls 'as been encour- aged and developed. M ww if Y-EMDR, Si , M, K, . E EF LFP eaiw ir Deck fennis doubles ended wifh an easy viciory for fhe Non-sororify girls, who only required 'iwo games 'ro mark up anoiher vicfory foward fhe big frophy. The finals in The badminion 'lourney befween fhe Lambda Chi's and Non-sororiiy ended affer fhree hard-foughf games. wifh fhe Non-sororily girls faking fhe honors. The scores were II-6, 5-Il, and ll-8. This made fhe Non-sorori+y girls winners of five oui' of six sporfs played. Non-sorori'ry, capfained by Evelyn Bradley, won by a 36 'lo 29 margin over Lambda Chi in a rousing volley ball game which was anybody's unfil fhe lasf few minufes. Mary Samuel Ray led 'lhe winners wifh fwelve poinfs while Vir- ginia Cavanaugh and La Verne Smifh each scored nine. Leading ihe Lambda Chi's was Minnie Dean wifh seven poinrs and Bobby Flynn scored six. Af The half fhe score was fied I7-I7. The Non-sororily rallied affer abou? five minufes fo play in fhe second half and chalked up more poinfs foward +he big frophy. Bollom Row: Mary John Rodgers, Eileen Green, Rena Calhoun, Muriel Powell, Emma Walls. Second Row: Belly Jones, Minnie Dean, Kafhleen Wood, Mary Lee Fields, Jeanelie Dixon. MISS EILEEN GREEN, presidenl' of fhe women's self governing body, is an inspiralion 'lo the fresh- men and upperclassmen, wilh her friendly smile, lovely red hair and willingness 'lo help olhers. These fhings and many oihers have made her one of fhe mos? oufsfandinq Seniors on the campus. The Women's Self-governing Associaiion was organ- ized many years ago lo develop ihe young women sru- denis of 'rhe college in sell-conlrol, in respeci for aulhor- ily, in loyally lo ideals, in iuslice in deaxling wilh fellow sludenis, and io enforce regulalions perlaining +0 siudenl governmenl' wilhin Jrhe iurisdiclion oi 'rhe Associalion. All girls in college are members of 'rhe Associalion, and lhe governing council consisls oi represenialives from lhe various classes and social organizalions in addiiion lo 'rhe officers elecled by 'rhe council. ln previous years lhe regulaiions for girls were more siricl 'rhan 'rhey are now: lhe council believes Thai college sludenls should have lhe responsibilily of making lheir own decisions in many phases of conduol, and lhus de- velop correci behavior by choice ralherl lhan by force. The council seelcs 'ro siress high ideals of life and empha- sizes ihe need for a well balanced personaliiy, menlally, socially, and religiously. H WOMEN'S SELF-GOVERNMENT I82l GEORGETOWN REVIEW O STAFF H. E. MOORE . . .... .... E difor FRANK HOOD . . . . Assislanl' Edilor LUCAS GAINES . . . . . Circulalion Manager WILBUR OWEN . . .... News Edilor The Georgelonian and The Georgelrown Review were combined in Seplember, l94O, wi+h rhe purpose in mind of making a lirerary and a news magazine of il. The chief aim of 'rhis syslem was +o enable a culling of pulolicalion ex- penses. Afler inauguralion of This syslem, The Review ap- peared regularly every fourrh week. The aim of 'rhe maga- zine was +o encourage fhe wriring efforls of sludenrs and facully members. THE GEORGETONIAN if Seplemloer, I94O. saw The induclion of 'rhe new ediior and business manager of The Georgeionian and selec- 'Iion of Iheir respeclive slaffs. January, I94l, wifnessed Jrhe inaugura'rion of new melrhods in sireamlining, and wilh February all preparalions for slreamlining of fufure Georgelonians were under way. WILBUR OWEN . JAMES BURNS . . JIMMIE DAVIS . . BILLY THOMPSON ANNE BRONAUGI-I VIRGINIA DENNEY MILDRED MURRAY NORRIS WILSON . HARRY HOLMES . LUCAS GAINES . GENE MIRACLE . LAURA MAE HURT CLETIS AUSTIN . D. C. McMURTRY BLAKEMAN CLARK JAMES HOLT . . STAFF A .. . . . .... Eclifor . . Business Manager .. . . lManagir1g Edilor . . . Sports Edifor . . Sociely Edifor . . I. Fashion Edifor . . . Music Edifor . . Polilical Edifor . . . Alumni Edifor . . .... Fealu re Edilor Wolnen's Depa rI'menI I Wornen's Depa rfmem' . I . . Assisfam' Business Manager Circulafion Manager Adverlising Manager S 'crefary Io Edifor JIMMIE DAVIS , . STAFF EILEEN GREEN.. " ALICE WILSON . WILBUR OWEN . A.B.RUDY. BILLY THOMPSON LEOTA CLAXON . . . MILDRED MURRAY RALPH FULTON . VIRGINIA DENNY BETTY DUFFY ., L. V. BRADLEY. . D. C. MCMURTRY HARRY HOLMES ELLA RAY WILSON. ' DICK MITCHELL . . HENRY WRAY . . GENE MIRACLE . JACK ANDERSON NNIE DEAN . . MI MILLARD CUMBER JOYCE LONG . . EMMITT BOYLAN IRENE JOHNSON EUGENE ENLOW MARY LEE FIELDS , . . . Editor-in-Chief Secrefary Io 'Ihe Secretary To Ihe . . . . .Assisianf . . . . . Sporis . . Sporis . . Sporis . . Music . . . Music . . Feafure . . Feafure . . Feafure . . Faculfy . . . Faculiy . . .Snapshof . . . Snapshoi . . .Snapshoi . . . Senior . . Senior . . . Junior . . . . Junior . . Sophomore . . Sophomore . . Freshman . . Freshman . . . . Arr Ediior EdiIor Ediior Ediior Edifor Ediior Edifor Edifor Edifor Edifor Editor Edifor Editor Edifor Ediior Ediior Edifor Ediior Ediior Edifor Edifor Edifor Edifor Ediior Edifor BELLE OF THE BLUE ir Afier Iinai seieciion of a Belle of Ihe Blue ediior in Sepiember, plans wenr ahead fuII speed for a new and beiier yearbook. II became a common sighi io see Jrhe company phorographer grouping co-eds and Iheir male counier-figures. 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SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND NOVELTIES G TRESSLAR'S 9 Sc, I0c, SL00 STORES COMPLIMEN-I-S COMPLIMENTS N OF OF OLDHAM LUMBER COMPANY Paris Pike Phone l27 GEORGETOWN NEWS i ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE WARRING 81 JAMESON 218 Easi Main Georgeiown, Ky HEBERLING The College Florisi for 40 Years Phone 262' We are inlereslrecl in The welfare of Georgeiown College JENKINS LAUNDRY Qualify Launclerinig and Dry Cleaninglj i l WITH COMPLIMENTS zsfz, DISCOUNT THE e. H. NUNNELLEY ' COMPANY On Quick Laundry Quick Deliv y l I i OEORGETOWN NEWS 2I8 Easf Main GEORGETOWN. KY. PUBLISHERS AND COMMERCIAL PRINTERS v COMPLIMENTS KenIucIcy's MOST Modern Jewelry Shop INexI' Io I'I'Ie Kenfuclcy TI'Iea+reI EDWIN BOGAERT JEWELRY STORE SHROPSHIRE 8: PORTER CompIimerI'rS of JAOOB'S CLOTHING STORE INSURANCE Bonds-Real EsI'aI'e COmpIimen+s of Phone 'Q Geonwown' KY GIBSON SHOE SHOP THE GLEN N Sales and Service O LOGAN. HAGGIN 3: Clean and COmfOr+abIe COOPER O Al Sh . H1 B MEN'S AND LADIES W ays piimpi e eS+ Clorhing and Shoes, Ihe LaIesI in SIyIe and OuaIiI'y, II1e La+es+ in Price. O GEOROETOWN, KY. OLOVER A. JONES Nex'I' Door Io Firsf NaI'ionaI Bank Phone 740 BARLOW JEWELRY STORE Com Iimems of Jewelers and Opiicians lo C-SEORGETOWN, KENTUCKY LANCASTER HOTEL BLUE BIRD BEAUTY PARLQR We Thank you. ancl you, and you for MRS- RAE MEDLEY- Pfopfielof . Phone T35 The Trade you have glven us' TI4 S. T-Tamilion Sfreel' Gelorgelown. Ky T ARNOLD'S DRUG STORE COMPLIMENTS I OF A Good Drug Sfore in a P. Good Town T ' T Hof Dogs and Hamburgers Phones 2, T5 Georgefown, Ky. RED FOX OIL CO. Save on Dry Cleaning We Mean, We Cleanl G-REEN'S CLEANERS DISTRIBUTORS OF CITIES SERVICE COmP'Tme"TS T PRQDUCTS E. W. HEMPLE, Disirflbuior Siandard Oil Producis ' T Compllmenlrs Thanks for making This book possible . . . J. W. ROBERTS phone 35 BELLE OF THE BLUE STAFF COMPLIMENTS OF KENTUCKY UTILITIES, INC 014 utograpbs 5 L I!-I III I." av n Q eu UI H E' B' 1 5 Bl' o ll an PRINTING BI1lIlPAllY1frflASHVIllE Q ,, L. slenuug 95 WHERE FRIENDS MEET THE SWEET SHOP COMPLIMENTS OF MARY ELIZABETH'S SHOP II4 S, Hamilton Sf. GEORGETOWN, KENTUCKY OUALITY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING AT REASONABLE PRICES GEORGETOWN LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS I COMPLIMENTS PORTRAITS AND GROUP OF PICTURES IN THIS BLUE GRASS MOTOR CO. Incorporafed DODGE AND PLYMOUTH - CARS BY BRADLEY STUDIO COMPLIMENTS OF Easf Main Sfreef GEORGETOWN, KENTUCKY NASH DRUG STORE Drugs-School Supplies- Prescrip+ions ,.-4.


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