Murray State University - Shield Yearbook (Murray, KY)
- Class of 1941
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CLAUDE WINSLOW .... . Mayfield
oT Tive regenTs, Tour oT whom are appoinTed by The gov-
who is chairman, ex oTTicio.
The high sTandarcIs which They have esTabIisheoI and uphelol, oT Their umcailing cooperaTion, oT Their devoTion To The
college and because OT Their TaiTh in our sTucIenT body we wish To remember Them in This space.
MEMBERS OF PAST YEARS
MRS. LAURINE WELLS, LOVETT
MRS. WILLIAM H. MASON
JAMES H. RICHMOND
B L TREVATHAN G PRENTICE THOMAS THOMAS H. STOKES
T. O. TURNER
JOHN W. BROOKER
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As fhe years come and go, may Vfhe happy memories of fhe days
spenf af Murray Sfafe sweefen and ennoble your lives, and may fhe
work fhaf you have done' here prepare you for abundanf happiness and
success. If is our hope fhaf fhe high purposes fo which your fufure
efforfs may be dedicafed may be sfrengfhened by your
associafions wifh us here af Murray. May fhe friendships
made during your college days be freasured by you as a
"pearl of greaf price." As you go ouf info life, if is our
prayer fhaf you will be afforded alaundanf opporfunifies
for successful service. Wherever you go, we will follow
you wifh affecfionafe inferesf, confidenf fhaf you will
uphold fhe sfandard of fhe Blue and Gold.
JAMES l-l. RICHMOND,
W. M. CAUDILL, Dean of Men. The professor al' Murray who has "heard 'em all."
Dean Cauclill approves or disapproves all our besf-fhoughf-of excuses on why we
look +he day off. Mr. Caudill has always had The inferesl' of fhe s+udenls ai heari,
and 'lo him goes fhe respeci' of fhe Sludenf Body.
JANE HASELDEN, Dean of Women. Our versa+ile Dean of Women has faken lo
fhe air. Affer deaning 300 girls, Miss Haselden looked for a recreaiion a liHle
less nerve-wracking and fool: up aeronaulics. Because of her fhorough undersfanding
of fhe Murray Sfafe Co-ed, Miss Haselclen has won a place in +he hear+ of every
girl a+ Wells Hall.
A WORD FROM DEAN NASH 0 YOURS is a precious
privilege lo live in a democracy which provides a greal sys-
lem ol public educalion. This democracy guaranlees lo you
freedom of expression, freedom in religious worship, and
Jrhe righl lo free assembly. May each day speril al Murray
Slale Teachers College impress upon you your obligaliori
as a cirizeri of Jrhe Unired Slales of America lo cherish, io
defend, and lo perpeluale lhe rich polilical herilage which
W. M. CAUDILL
Dean of Men
Dean cf Women
DEAN NASH AT HIS DESK ,f 1 1 1,11 1 ,Z
Head of Deparlmenl
of Home Economics
JAMES W. MOORE
Fine Arls lArIl
RUE L. BEALE
Social Science, House
Direclor of Men's
Head of Physical
DR. ELIZA SPANN
Physical Ed ucaiion
DR. FLOY ROBBINS
Head of Deparlmenl'
MARY ED McCOY HALL
Head of Ari
E. B. HOWTON
Ag ricullu re
W. J. GIBSON
Head of Deparfmenl
of Library Science
D . FORREST C. POGUE
DR. C. S. LOWRY
Head of Socia
Science Depa rImenI
G. C. ASHCRAFT
DR. M. G. CARMAN
Head of Deparfmeni
C. R. MCGAVERN
Fine Arfs IPianoI
FRANKLIN P. INGLIS
Fine ArI's Iiviusici
L. R. PUTNAM
Fine Arfs IMusicI
Fine Aris IMusicI
Head of De pa rfmenf
of Fine Aris
A. C. LAFOLLETTE
EPH N. GARTON
Fine Ar+s IMusicI
Fine Aris IDr
L. C. FOWLER
W. D. LEWIS
D M. SINGLES
Head of Deparfmenf
L. J. HORTIN
Direc+or of Journalism
DR. G. T. HICKS
Heacl of Deparlmenl
R. A. JOHNSTON
A. F. YANCEY
G. A. MURPHY
DR. CHARLES T. HIRE
Head of Deparimenl
DR. A. M. WOLFSON
Head of Deparimenl
F. D. MELLEN
English and Languages
English ancl Languages
Direcior of Women's
Libra rian Direcior
W. M. CAUDILL
Dean of Men
ETTA B. GRANT
A. W. ROWLINSON
DR. A. F. RUSSELL
School Docior and
DR. JANE HASELDEN
Lileralure and Languages
Dean of Women
CLEO GI LLIS HESTER
Head of Deparlmeni
of Language and
Assisla nl Bookkeeper
Secreia ry To The
M. O. WRATHER
Assislanl' Direclor of
DR. JOHN W. CARR
Execu+ive Secrela ry
E. H. SMITH
Direcfor of Pu blic
The STuclenT OrganizaTion is The highesT
sTuolenT governing group aT Murray STaTe
College and has The responsible iob oT super-
vising The aTTairs ancl acTiviTies oT The sTuclenT
body. The presiclenT, vice-presidenT, secre-
Tary anol Treasurer are elecTecl by The sTuolenT
body as Their represenTaTives To The STuolenT
OrganizaTion. The oTher mem oers are eleclred
oy Their respec:Tive classes.
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THE lNIll llllllllli
ln i'he heari of Jacl4son's Purchase
Nealrh Jrhe sun's warm glow:
ls Jrhe home of Murray College,
Fines? place we know.
May we cherish 'l'hy Jrradiiions,
Hold +hy banners high,
Ever guard +hy name in glory,
Live To do or die.
'Tho we leave +hy walls forever,
Many miles go hence,
May our love for Murray College
Only have comrnenceclf'
A. B. AUSTIN.
Dean of Men, Murray S+a're, l935.
LOUIS WALTERS ..... . . . Presidenl
CARL STEFFlNS ..,..... Vice-Presidenl
MARY ANNA JENKINS, Secrelary and Treasurer
THE Si IDRS
Seniors, our lime has come! Several days have passed since we lirsl slepped on Murray's campus
as lowly Freshmen, Al lhal lime we lhoughl lour years was a long lime, bul lillle did we know, lhen,
how quickly lhose years would pass.
Here we sland, lhe Seniors ol I94I. Whal we have done here will have a greal bearing on our
lulure and whal il will be like. ll our lime has been well spenl, we should reap lhe ripened lruil
from a lirm lree, placed in rich soil: bul if our lime has been wasled lhe resull will be reversed.
However, il is well lo surmise lhal lhe maiorily ol our class has spenl ils lime wisely and lhere is
no reason why we shouldn'l be ready lo lake our places in lhe world which now conlronls us.
This class has been logelher lor a long lime. We have worked logelher, played loqelher. and
learned lo love Murray logelherq bul now we are lo be separaled as sand blown by lhe lour winds
lo all parls ol lhe earlh. The memories of Murray and lhe wonderlul limes we have had logelher
during our slay here will, undoubledly, be vividly porlrayed in our minds lorever, no maller where
we are or whal we are doing. Lel us do our ulmosl lo make grealer conlribulions lo lhe world in
which we are now enlering. As we leave Murray, lhe lasl lines ol our Alma Maler will always be in
our hearls: .
"Though we leave lhy walls forever, many miles go hence,
May our love lor Alma Maler only have commenced."
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KATIE BLAN COST .........,........ . . Paducah, Ky.
Bachelor of Music Education
Accompanist tor College Chorus, '38, '39, Member ot Sigma Alpha Iota,
'38, '39, President of Sigma Alpha Iota, '40, Chairman of Student Chapel
Committee, '38, Member of Student Council of Wells Hall, '37, Or-
chestra, '37, '38, '39, Band, '37, '38, '39, On Vagabond King, '39, Vivace
Club, '37, '38, '39, '40, Assistant Piano Teacher, '40, Girls Glee Club,
'39, '40, Theater Orchestra, '38.
BILL PARRISH . . .................. . Martin, Tenn.
Bachelor ot Music Education
College Band, '38, '39, '40, '4l, College Orchestra, '38, '39, '40, '4l,
College Dance Band, '38, '39, '40, '4l, Campus Lights, '38, '39, '40 '4l'
Theater Orchestra, '38, '39, '40, '4l, Orchestra for Vagabond King: '40i
Brass Ensemble, '38, '39, '40, '4l, Vivace Club.
ROBERT C. CHRISTIAN .............. . Sturgis, Ky.
B. ot Music Education
Transfer from Georgetown College, Vivace Club, College Band, College
Orchestra, Baptist Student Council, '38, '39, Men's Glee Club, '38, '39,
Brass Ensemble, '39, '40, '4l, Union County Club, '38, '39.
MARGARET BERRY COOPER ...... . Sturgis, Ky.
Pep Club, '37, '38, '40, '4l, Twentieth Century Commerce Club, '39, '40,
'4l, Household Arts Club, '38, '39, '40, '4l, Union County Club, '38, '39,
Student Council ot Wells Hall, '38, '39, '40, Y. W. C. A., '40, '4I.
TENNIE WILSON ROGERS ....... . . Lynn Grove, Ky.
Geography and Geology Club Secretary, '39, President, '40, Women's
Athletic Association, President, '40, Pep Club, Physical Education Club,
Girls Intramural Award, '40.
WILLIAM F. BOLING . . ..... . Alamo, Tenn.
WALTER NANCE ................ . Providence, Ky.
B. ot Music Education
Vivace Club President, '40, Historian Gamma Delta Chapter, '39, '40,
Band, A Capella Choir, Woodwind Quintet.
VIRGINIA JANE COLEMAN ...... . Paducah, Ky.
Household Arts Club, Portfolio
Club, Secretary, Classical Club,
Club, Journalism Statt Writer, French
Vice-President, Student Council Organ-
ization, Pep Club, Y. W. C, A.
ELEANOR OURY GATLIN ....... . . Murray, Ky.
Campus Lights, Girls Glee Club, A Capella Choir.
JAMES ALTON BERRY . . ..,.. . . Lone Oak, Ky.
Band, '37, '40, A Capella Choir, '37, '40, Orchestra, '38, '39, Vivace
Club, '37, '39, Twentieth Century Commerce Club, '39, '40, Freshman
Quartet, '37, College Quartet, '40, Sock and Buskin, '40, Men's Glee
Club, '37, '40, Vagabond King, '39, Campus Lights, '39.
JACK MADDOX BELOTE . . ..... . Mayfield, Ky.
Physics Club, Bio-Med Club, Chemistry Club, Intramural Sports, Bon-
MABEL CLARENE FENTRESS ...... . Herndon, Ky.
Household Arts Club, '38, '39, '40, '4l, Pep Club, '38, '39, '40, Sock and
Buskin, Football Queen, '40-'4l, Campus Beauty, '38, '39, Junior Repre-
sentative Student Council, '39.
tom SMITH MADDox . . ..... .. Mayfield, Ky.
Ag. Club, '38, '39, '40, '4l, Deutche Verein President, '40, COIIEQIBIHB,
'38, Physics Club, '40, '4l, Bio-Med Club, '40, '4l, M Club, '40,.I4l,
Varsity Swim Team, '40, '4l, l94l "Shield" Staff, Bon-Ton Club, '39, 40,
lntra-Murals, '39, '40, '4l, Honor Roll, '39.
MARY ANNA JENKINS ................. Greenville, Ky.
Sigma Alpha Iota, Editor, Vivace Club, Girls' Glee Club, A Capella
Choir, College Band, College Orchestra, Pep Club, Y. W. .C. A., Col-
lege News Staff, "Shield" Statf, Kappa Pi Fraternity, President, Girls'
Student Council, Sock and Buskin, Secretary, Alpha Psi Omega Fra-
ternity, Student Organization, Treasurer, Sophomore Class, Secretary-
Treasurer Senior Class, Campus Favorite, '40, Carnpus Beauty, '4l,
M Club Follies, Brother Rat, You Can't Take It With You, Vagabond
King, Campus Lights, Junior Prom Maid-of-Honor, Who's Who in
American Universities and Colleges, Representative to K. l. P. A., '40.
THELMA MARCUM .............. . . Louisville, Ky.
B. ot Music Education
Girls' Glee Club, Girls Quartet, M Club Follies, Sock and 'Buskin, Sigma
Alpha Iota, A Capella Choir, Vagabond King, Campus Lights, College
Band, Collegians, Kappa Delta Iii, Vilvace Club, Pep Club, "Curse You
Jac Da ton."
HARRY DOUGLAS WILLIAMS .... . . Madisonville, Ky.
Kappa Delta Pi, '39, '40, Vivace Club, '37, '38, Orchestra, '37, '4l,
Physics Club, '38, '4l, President ot Physics Club, '39, Honor Roll, '37,
'4l, Theater Orchestra, '39, '40, Vagabond King, '40,
BYRON HOLLOWAY . . .... . Kuttawa, Ky.
Collegianna, "Beauty and the Beast", Twentieth Century Commerce
Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, '39, Porttolio Club President '39, '40, Treasurer,
'39, Secretary, '40, Treasurer, '40, Who's Who Among Students in
American Universities and Colleges, Honor Roll.
VIRGINIA ANN MILLER . .... . Hazel, Ky.
Twentieth Century Commerce Club, English Club, Kappa Delta Pi.
JANE PURYEAR KIRKPATRICK ..... . Greenville, Ky.
Transfer University ot Kentucky.
HARRELD NEWMAN KIRKPATRICK . . .. Russellville, Ky.
Basketball, '40, '4l, Geology Club, Physical Education Club.
CHARLES JOE BAKER .. .... . Greenfield, Tenn.
Physical Education Club, '37, '4l, M Club, '38, '4l, Freshman Basketball,
Freshman Football, Varsity Football, Geology Club, '40, '4l, Physical
Education Club, Secretary, '38, '39, Vice-President ot M Club, '40, '4l
GEORGIA JUAREZ FURGERSON . . . . . Murray, Ky.
Twentieth Century Commerce Club, Sock and Buskin Club, Girls Pep
Club, Y. W. C. A., Freshman Play.
MARY MARIE CLODFELTER ..... . Paducah, -Ky.
Style Show ot '38, President ot Household Arts Club, Who's Who ot
American Universities and Colleges, Favorite of '40, Junior Prom Queen
Attendant, Secretary ot Student Council of Wells Hall,' '4O.
JOE LLOYD BANKEN . ................ Owensboro, Ky.
Swimming Team, Vice-President of Student Organization, '40-'4l, Presi-
dent ot Commerce Club, '40-'4l. Who's Who Among Students, M Club,
Physical Education Club.
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RUFUS G. HICKEY . . ..... . Big Sandy, Tenn.
Transfer T. P. l., English Club, Geography Club, Inlernafional Relalions
DOROTHY sHuLrz . , .... . Murray, Ky.
Prom Queen '40, Cheer Leader, '39, '40, English Club, '40, Big Sisler,
'39, Pep Club, Junior Minslrel, '38, Campus Favorile, '40, Collegiana, '38.
ANNIE N. HOUSE . . . . .
. . , Farmingron, Ky.
Household Arls Club, Y. W. A.,
Vice-Presideni of Young People's
EDWARD ALEXANDER CHUPA . . .
. . . Lorain, Ohio
Physical Educalion Club, M Club, Freshman Foolball, Varsily Foofball,
M Club Follies, Wafer Carnival, lnrramurals, Kipa Pi Fralernily, '37,
Geography Club, Track, '38,
PAUL GORDON PARKER . . . . . .
. Murray, Ky.
EVELYN CAMPBELL . ....... .. Carrsville, Ky.
Transfer from Weslern Sfale Teachers College, Pep Club, Household
ARVENA B. HOLLOWAY .. .... .. Sedalia, Ky.
Y. W. C. A, Household Arls Club.
I JANE SEXTON . . .................. . Murray, Ky.
Bachelor of Music Educafion
Sigma Alpha lola, Band, '37, '4I, Girls Glee Club, '37, '4l, A Capella
Choir, '37, '41, Vivace Club, '37, '4l, Theafre Orchesfra, Sigma Alpha
lofa Sfring Quarlef, '39, '4I, Vagabond Kung, '40, Freshman Girls
I WILLIAM SHELTON RAWLS . ..,.. . . .
Bon-Ton Club, Weslminisier Fellowship, Physics Club Presidenf, '40, Vice-
EMIL WILLIAM WEBER, JR ....... .
ADRIAN MARIE BAUCOM ....... Kenfon, Tenn.
Transfer Universily of Tennessee, Household Arls Club, Y. W. C. A.,
LORIS OUTLAND . . ..... Murray, Ky.
LOUIS CHARLES RYAN . . ..... 3 ....... Murray, Ky.
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College News Slaff, '38, Inl rnalional Relalions Club.
JAMES H. JOHNSON . . ..... . Clay, Ky.
Freshman Foolball, Freshman Baskefball, Varsily Foolball,-Co-Caplain
Foolball, '40, Freshman Baslceiball Manager, '39, '40, Presldenl Junior
Class, Presiclenl M Club, "Shield" Slaff, '40, M Club Follies, '38, '39,
Physical Educalion Club, M Club, Honorable Menlipn All-K. I. A. C.
Cenler, 39, All-K. l. A. C. Cenler, 40.
ALBERT BARKLY ADAMS . . ..... . Puryear, Tenn. INDAZEYH-,1,5Q61,4J Liu ATBEM 'mf'
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ban: Vmhy Smmmingl Dixie Fonesr MYERS . .............. a Ky.i Z
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I Pep Club, Household Arls Club, Vice-Presidenl Household Arls Club, '4I. .
NAOMI LUCEILLE TURK . . ..... . Bal-dwell, Ky. ,
Household Arls Club Secrelary-Treasurer, '38, Campus Beaulry, '38, '40, JAMES W"'L'AM "EW'S ' ' ""' ' Mayfleld' Ky'
'4I, Pep Club, Foofball Queen Allendanl, '40, Easier Parade, '39. B,5,
Sfudenl Council, Physics Club, M Club, College Band.
JULIA JEFFREY GREENFIELD ..... . Hardin, Ky.
85' WILLIAM MacMURRAY .. ..... . aussie, N. Y.
Sock and Buskin Club. B,S,
Physical Educarion Club, M Club, M Club Follies, Mary of Scofland,
Foorball, Freshman Baskefball, Swimming Varsiry, lnframural Sporls.
WATKIN PRICHARD JONES ........... . Lorain, Ohio
Bachelor of Music Educafion
Phi Mu Alpha, Vivace Club, Orcheslra, Lieulenanl Maior of Marching BERNlcE ARNETT ' ' ""' ' Mayfleld' Ky'
Band, Flag Swinger, Men's Music Club, Brass Ensemble, Secrefary of B.S.
Phi Mu Alpha, Vice-Presideni of Vivace Club, College Dance Band,
Cheer Leader, Cheer Leader Caplain, Campus Lighls. Library Science Club, English Club.
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CARL A. STEFFIN . . . . . .... . . . Shawano, Wis.
M Club, Vice-President of Senior Class, Varsity Basketball, Basketball
Captain, Varsity Football.
MARY DOROTHY CURRIER ............. . Murray, Ky.
Bachelor ot Music Education
A Capella Choir, '37, '41, Intramural Champ, '39, Freshman Girls Quar-
tet, Vivace Club, '38, '4l, Kipa Pi Fraternity, '38, Secretary ot Sopho-
more Class, Band, '38, Pep Club, '37, '39, Girls Varsity Quartet, '39, '4l,
Campus Lights, '39, '4l, Bi Sister Movement Council, '39, College
News Statt, '38, Freshman Ptiay, Girls Glee Club, '37, '4l, B. S. U.
Council, '40, '4l, College Y. W. A. President, '39, '4l, College Band
Trio, '40, Honor Student, Vagrgzond Kingd '40, President ot "Town Girls
roup," '4 .
CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA OWEN .... . Murray, Ky.
Alpha Psi Omega, Beta Pi Theta, Band, '37, Orchestra, '37, Sock and
Buskin, The Women, Another Spring, Mary ot Scotland, Professor How
Could You?, English Club, Honor Roll, Night of January lb.
WILSON GANTT . . . .... . . . Murray, Ky.
Lettered in Debating, '37, '38, International Relations Club, Debate Club,
Secretary-Treasurer Physical Education Club, '39, '40, American Blue Book
ot University Men, '39, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges
and Universities, Football lTggnaIgggr,'4g8,I4'l39, '40, Basketball Manager,
JAMES PAUL WILLIAMS, JR. ......... . . . Crutchfield, Ky.
President of Pre-Med, '39, President of Bio-Med, '40, Secretary-Treasurer
ot Physics Club, '39, Vice-President ot Physics Club, '40, Vice-President
of Deutscher Verlin, '39, Honor Roll. ,
NELL WRIGHT . .... . . Bruceton, Tenn.
Who's Who Among American Colleges and Universities, Pep Club,
Vice-President Pep Club, '40, Football Queen Attendant, '39, Secretary
Junior Class, Big Sister Organization, '39, Wells Hall Council, '39, Com-
merce Club, Reporter Commerce Club, '4O, College News Staff, Honor
Roll, Kipa Pi Fraternity, '38, English Club, Household Arts Club.
ANNA MERLE QUIREY ............... . . Clay, Ky.
" Bachelor of Music Education
Band, '37, '4l, Orchestra, '37, '4l, Vivace Club, Secretary-Treasurer and
Vice-President, English Club, Who's Who Among American Colleges and
Universities, President Wells Hall Council, B. S. U. Council.
SHIRLEY M. CASTLE . . ..... . . Stanford, Ky.
President ot Student
Relations Club, '39,
Organization, '40, '4l, Vice-President International
President International Relations Club, '40, Cor-
Ohio Valley Conference ot I. R. C., '40, Staff of
College News, '39, '40, German Club, '39, English Club, '40, Vice-
Fellowship, '39, Who's Who in American Colleges
DEWEY Henson Jones . . ..... . . semen, Ky.
President Classical Club, '38, English Club, International Debate Team,
'39, President International Relations Club, '40, Who's Who Among
Students in American Colleges and Universities, Pastor Benton Baptist
Church, Benton, Ky.
VIRGINIA MADELINE ODLE ....... . . . . Camden, Tenn.
Pep Club, English Club, Les Camorades, Beta Pi Theta Fraternity,
Y. W. C. A.
MARY ALVA ELLISTON ................ . Bardwell, Ky.
Bachelor of Music Education
Sigma Alpha Iota Fraternity, Vivace Club, Portfolio Club, Classical
Club, '37, Pep Club, Vagabond King, '40.
BUTLER EUGENE MCGARVEY ..... . Paducah, Ky.
Varsity Football, M Club, Physical Education Club, Physical Education
Carnival, '38, '40, Water Carnival, '38, Kipa Pi Fraternity, Physics Club,
M Club Follies, Vice-President, Freshman Class, Honor Roll.
DESIREE JEFFERY FAIR . . .... . Murray, Ky.
Ace, '40-'4l, Allenian Society, '34.
E. B. MORGAN . . .... . . . . Murray, Ky.
Agriculture Club, Vivace Club, Band, '36, '37, Orchestra, '36, '37.
EUGENE TERRY RANSOM . .... . Bandana, Ky.
Agriculture Club, '37, '38, '39, '40, '4l, Young Democrat Club, '40, '4I,
College Chorus, '37, '38, Honor Roll, '40.
RUBYE INIXIEI LEDFORD . . .... . . Hopkinsville, Ky.
Household Arts Club, '38, '39, '40, '4l, Pep Club, '38, '39, '40, Big Sister
Organization, '39, '40, Girls' Student Council, '39.
MAY BOAZ COCKE . . .... . Wickliffe, Ky.
Commerce Club, President, Y. W. C. A., '39, Pep Club, Baptist Student
CLARENCE PERRY .. ..... . .. Murray, Ky.
Reporter, Vice-President Commerce Club, Vice-President Young Demo-
cratic Club, College News Staff, Honor Roll, Business Manager I9-ll
"Shield", International Relations Club, Kipa Pi Journalism Fraternity.
ALFRED VORACE TYNES . .... . Paris, Tenn.
Pre-Med Club, Vice-President Pre-Ilgedd Club, German Club, Physics Club,
FRANCES GREY WHITE . . .... . Cobb, Ky.
Household Arts Club, Pep Club.
FRANCES PAULINE WAGGONER . . . . Crutchfield, Ky.
Household Arts Club, Pep Club Y. W. A., Wells Hall Council.
CHARLES EDWARD McCLAIN .... . . Paducah, Ky.
Intramurals, '37-'4l, Physics Club, '40, Young Democrat Club, '40,
WILLIAM JEFFERSON INMAN .... . . Danville, Ky.
President Freshman Class, President Sophomore Class, Freshman Football,
Varsity Football, M Club, Physical Education Club, Business Manager M
Club Follies, '40, Secretary M Club, '40, Kipa Pi Fraternity, '38.
ROBERTA MORROW .. .... . Bandana, Ky.
Household Arts Club, Y. W. A., Pep Club, Y. W. C. A. President, '40,
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WILLIAM LOUIS WALTERS ...... . . Paducah, Ky.
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Co-Caplain of l94O Foolball Squad, Presidenl of Senior Class, I94I,
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies, I94O-4I, Sporls Edilor
of "Shield," l940-4l, Boxing Team, I938-39, Freshman Foolball, I937,
Honorable Menlion K. I. A. C. Guard, l939-40, "M" Club Follies, I939-
40, "M" Club Waler Carnival, l940, Physical Educalion Carnival, '38-
NOVALEE ROBERTS . . .... . . Benlon, Ky.
Household Arls Club, '39-'40, Pep Club, '39, Y. W. C. A., '39.
SUE DYER STANLEY . . .... . . . Sedalia, Ky.
Vivace Club, '35, Mixed Chorus, '35, lnlernalional Relalions Club, '36,
Pep Club, Library Science Club, '40.
LEWIS DRAKE . . .... . . Trenlon, Tenn.
"M" Club Follies, College News Slaff, Honor Roll.
CARL EUGENE WALKER . . . .... . . Providence, Ky.
Twenlielh Cenlury Commerce Club, '39-'40-'4l, lnlernalional Relalions
Club, '40-'4l, English Club, '40-'41, Who's Who Among Sludenls in
American Colleges and Universilies, '4l.
CLARA MARGARETTE ISHAM ........... . .LouisvilIe, Ky.
Bachelor of Music Eclucalion
Freshman Play, "Collegianna," '37, Sigma Alpha lola Music Fralernily,
Girls' Glee Club, Slrlng Ouarlel, Orcheslra, Sock and Buskin Dramalic
Club, "The Women," "We Girls," "Vagabond King," "Campus Lighls,"
'40, College News Slaff, Vivace Club, Pep Club.
NEDRA BAYNE VANNOY WEAR . . . . . Earlinglon, Ky.
Presidenl of Fulure Teachers of America, '39-'40, Vice-Presidenl of Wells
Hall Council, '40, Secrelary and Treasurer of Wells Hall Council, '39-'40,
Kappa Della Pi, Household Arls Club, Pep Club, Hopkins Counly Club.
JOE OWEN BROWN, JR. . . .... . . . Danville, Ky.
Varsily Foolball, '37-'38-'39-'40, "M" Club Follies, Presidenl of "M" Club,
'40, Physical Educalion Club, '38-'39-'40.
SAMUEL CLYDE JONES . . .... . . Murray, Ky.
Inlernalional Relalions Club, Debale Club, Honor Roll.
NORMA' Louise WAGGONER .... . .winga, Ky.
Household Arls Club, Commerce Club, Y. W. C. A., Pep Club.
SYBIL ODINE SWANN ............... . . Lynn Grove, Ky.
Bachelor of Music Educalion
Sigma Alpha lola, Alpha Psi Omega, Vivace Club, "Vagabond King,"
"You Can'l Take ll Wilh You," "Brolher Ral," "Anolher Spring," "Col-
legianna," "One Mad Nighl", Girls' Ouarlelle, Girls' Glee Club, A
Cappella Choir, College Band, Y. W. C. A., "Who's Who Among Slu-
denfs in American Universilies and ColIeges."
JAMES RAYMOND WOODALL .... . . Princelon, Ky.
Edilor-in-Chiel,College News '40-'4l, Managing Edilor College News,
Summer '40, Assislanl Manager College News, Spring '40, Presidenl Eng-
lish Club, Fall '40, Inlernalional Relalions Club.
ADALINE HAYDEN . . .... . . Salem, Ky.
Pep Club, A. C. E. Club, Transfer 'from Ward-Belmonl-College, Nash-
ville, Tenn., and Weslern Slala Teaclkew College, Bowling Green, Ky.,
OTIOI' O .
HARRY E. HANEY . . . .... . . . McKenzie, Tenn.
"Shield" Slaff, '39, Tennis Team, '39, Edilor of Year Book, '40, "M"
JAMES BARKETT . . .... ..... C airo, III.
Freshman Play, '38, Junior Minslrel, '38, Junior Business Manager "Shield,"
'39-'40, College News Slaff, '38-'39, Senior Edilor of "Shield," '40-'4I.
ERNESTINE FISHER .............. . . Bardwell, Ky.
Transfer from Lambulh College, Jackson, Tenn., Porlfolio Club, Home
DOROTHY NELL STARK ......... . ........ Kirksey, Ky.
Household Arls Club, Slyle Show, '39, Porlfolio Club.
PAUL JONES . . .... . . Kevil, Ky.
"M" Club, '40-'41, Physical Ed. Club, '40-'4l, Track Team, '38-'39.
WILLIAM THOMAS WRAY ...... . . Gleason, Tenn.
Freshman Foolball, '37, Freshman Baskelball, '37, Varsily Foolball, '38-
'39-'40, "M". Club, '38-'39-'40, Physical Educalion Club, '38-'39-'40, Aller-
nale Caplaln Freshman Foolg-:EIL Sfggaila Presidenl Physical Educalion
u, - .
MAIDA Roseau RAY . . ..... . . Mayfield, Ky.
Household Arls Club, Sock and Buskin Dramalic Club, Porlfolio Club,
Pep Club, Y. W. C. A., '37-'38, English Club, '37-'38, Senior Represenla-
live lo Educalion Conference.
ANGIE MARY MCNUTT . . .... . . Murray, Ky.
Household Arls, '37, '38, '39, '40' Chemislry Club, '37, Porlfolio, '39,
lnlernalional Relalions Club, '39, '40, Y. w. c. A., '4o.
PAUL EDWIN LEMONS . . ..... . . Murray, Ky.
Varsily Debaler, '37, '38, Kipa Pi, '38, Inlernalional Relalions Club, '38,
'4l, Presidenl 39, Sock and Buskin, '39-'4I, "Mary of Scolland," '39,
Winner of Besl Ad in K. I. P. A. Conlesl, '39, Presidenl Ohio Valley
Conference, I. R. C., '39-'40, College News Slall, '37-'4l, Adverlising
Manager '40-'41, Bapllsl Sludenl Uniont0PubIicily Manager '38, '39, Treas-
urer ' .
AMPLESS LETCHER MOORE ...... . . While Plains, Ky.
Agrlcullure Club, Commerce Club, Hopkins Counly Club.
LUCILLE KEMP . . ..... . . Princelon, Ky.
Household Arls Club, '38-'4l, Y. W. A., '39-'40.
SI IUIISHU IIIIS
NELLENE EZELL . . .... . . Clinton, Ky.
Household Art Club, I937-40, Portfolio Club, l938-40, Sock and Buskin,
1938-40, Pep Club.
RUTH MARINE BARNHILL ......... . . . . Madisonville, Ky.
, Bachelor of Music Education
Cincinnati Conservatory ot Music, Averett College, Danville, Va.
Vivace Club, Hopkins County Cglulb, English Club, Accompanist Kappa
L. R. HUNT . . . . . .Central City, Ky.
German Club, '40, Physics Club, '4l, Bio-Med, '4l, Shield Staff.
JAMES COLEMAN HART . . ..... . . Murray, Ky.
Pre-Med., Vice-President '40, '4l, Physics Club, Beta Pi Theta, President
'40, Student Organization, '37, Swimming Team, '4O.
ALTON RIDDLE . . .... . . Fulton, Ky.
ALBERT JACK HERPY ........... ...... A shtabula, Ohio
Bachelor of Music Education
Phi Mu Alpha, President '40, Kappa Delta Pi, College Symphony, College
Concert Band, College Merit Co. Band, College Dance Orchestra, "Who's
Who in American Colleges."
JOHN HENRY SINGLETON, JR. . . , ...... . . Enterprise, Ala.
Bachelor of Music Education
Band, Vivace Club, Orchestra, Brass Ensemble, Phi Mu Alpha, Men's
Glee Club, Chairman Dance I-Cirimitteig, State Manager of "Campus
ig ts," f .
MRS. R. E. PERKINS . . .... . . . Fulton, Ky.
Pep Club, Twenty Century Commerce Club, Household Arts Club, Sock
and Buskin, Transfer from Meredith College.
FRANCIS 'DON LABONTE . . .... . .Jeweif City, Conn.
M Club, Physical Education Club, Track, Football, Varsity and Freshman,
Body Beautiful, '40.
WILLIAM FRANKLIN POLLARD .... . . Murray, Ky.
College Band, l939-38, Orchestra, '38, Pre-Med Club, '36, Sock and Bus-
kin Club, '39-'40, "You Can"I' Take It With You," '39, "Mary of Scot-
land," '40, "Professor, How HCould gon?" '40, "lt Can't Happen
ere," '4 .
JAMES HOWARD ELKINS ..... .......... G reenville, Ky.
Bachelor of Music Education
Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Orchestra, Mixed Chorus.
GENEVA SLAYTON ADAMS .... . . . . Murray, Ky.
Household Arts Club.
LOICE BATTS . . ..... . .Wingo, Ky.
JOHN LYNN BARTLOW ................. Leadwood, Mo.
Bachelor of Music Education
Phi Mu Alpha, Vivace Club, A Cappella Choir, Orchestra, "Vagabond
King", M Club Follies.
ELMER REID JONES . . ..... . . .Golden Pond, Ky.
Ag Club, Physics Club, Bio-Med Club, Honor Roll,
JOHN EDWIN PRICHARD ............. . . Chicago, Ill.
Bachelor of Music Education
Phi Mu Alpha, Warden, Secretary, Orchestra, Band, A Cappella, Vivace
Club, Glee Club, String Quartette.
JAMES WOOD CUNNINGHAM .... . . . Dukedom, Tenn.
LESLIE McKEEL . . ..... . . . Rector, Ark.
M Club Follies, '38-'39-'40, Varsity Basketball, '38-'39-'40, Freshman Bas-
ketball, '37, M. Club, All-K. I. A. C., All-S. I. A. A.
NANCY MELLON . . . . .
. . Murray, Ky.
MAXINE PYBAS ..................... Greenwood, Miss.
Bachelor of'Music Education
Vivace Club, '38, Sigma Alpha Iota, '39, Sock and Buskin, '40, Kappa
Delta, Vice-President '40, A Cappella Choir, '38, Girls' Glee Club, '38,
Woodwind Quintet, '38, Band, '38, Orchestra, '38, "Oh, Professor," '40,
"We Give," '40, "Vagabond King," '40,
MARY ELIZABETH ROBERTS . . . .... .... . . Murray, Ky.
Bachelor of Music Education
Vivace Club, Portfolio Club, Sigma, Alpha Iota, Kappa Delta Pi, Secre-
tary Sigma Alpha, Secretary Vivace, '39, College Band, Orchestra, Wood-
wind Quintet, Class Representative to Student Organization, '39-'40, Sec-
retary to Student Organization, Secretary Freshman Class, '38, Favorite
Beauty, "Who's Who in American Colleges."
PATRICIA MASON . . . . . Murray, Ky.
MARY LOUISE SUMNER . . ..... . . .Cadiz, Ky.
A. C. E. Club, Trigg County Club, Pep Club, Y. W. C. A. Club, Honor
MARIE HALL . . ..... . . Pippapass, Ky.
Transfer from Caney Junior College and Eastern State Teachers College.
CLAUDE C. WILSON . . . ................. Hazel, Ky
lnlernalicnal Club, Ag Club, A. C. E. Club.
ALMA WALLACE ........................ Kevil, Ky
Sock and Buskin Club, Commerce Club, Pep Club.
CHLOE HAYNES .....,...... ......... C alhoun, Ky
RAY FUTRELLE ......................... Cadiz, Ky
Pre-Med Club, Presidenl of Trigg Counly Club, Chemislry Club, Biol
JESSIE FRANCES WILLIAMS ................. Murray, Ky
Geography Club, Trigg Counly Club, '36, Commerce Club, Library Sci
ence Club, A. C. E. Club, B. S. U., Y. W. A. Club.
CELIA EVELYN MILLER ..... .............. H azel, Ky
Sock and Buslcin, Classical Club, English Club, Secrefary of A. C. E.
'40, "The Vagabond King," 'Trofgssolb How Could You?", Honor Roll
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DESIREE MURRELLE BLALOCK ............ . . Murray, Ky
A. C. E. Club, Student Council.
VIRGINIA KINDRED .................. . . Murray, Ky
RUBLE CRUTCHFIELD .......... . . . . . Wingo, Ky.
Ag Club, Bliliysics Club.
MARTHA E. FRANKLIN . ...... . . Marion, Ky.
JIMMIE AVIS WEBB ....... .......... . . Burkley, Ky.
seek and suskin glib, A. c. E. Club.
R. C. STEWART .... ................... M urray, Ky.
Freshman Play, lnlersaiional Relallons Club.
MARY FRANCES DAVIS ...... B S. .... . . . Clay, Ky.
Home Economics Club.
ORVILLE JAMES MITCHELL ........,.. .... S mifhland, Ky.
Geography and Geology Club, PEI E. Club, lnlernalional Relalions
MARY LOUISE SIMPSON .................. Bandana, Ky.
A. C. E. Club, Household Arfs Club, Transfer from Lambufh, Pep Club.
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DON TURCOTTE . . ...... Pre:
JIMMY RICKMAN ...... Vice-Pr nT
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JUNIORS-I-low imporTanT The word sounds! One more year and we will bear The TiTIe of Senior, maybe! l.eT us
recall our progress Thus Tar.
Wide-eyed, open-mouThed, we, The Class of I942 as Freshmen, walked warily in The side door oT The I.iTTIe Chapel
like so many head of caTTle being herded by The TaculTy. As Tor whaT Took place in ThaT building-leT us noT menTion
IT. as we all cannoT help buT remember, IT was only a shorT Time aTTerwards ThaT we TirsT heard The challenging ques-
Tion, "Where will you be Ten years from now?" WiTh ThaT incenTive in mind. we sTarTed ouT To The al aT The - yo
of ThaT Ten-year period-hoping ThaT iT would only Take Tour years To reach iT. ' !
As Time passed we soon advanced a sTep up The ladder To The rank oT Sophomores, and'wi a iron ji ed
The incoming Freshmen! WiTh a combinaTion of work and play The year passed by TasT, al fu well sy e ere .
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As Juniors we are a well-balanced class and in our esTimaTion The besT ThaT M r if ST e 1. A r v ni dt We
have our scholars. aThleTes, d:'amaTis personae, and whaT-have-you! LaTe in I5-1 nk - sem Ter - p n f The J nior-
Senior Prom, which marks The climax of The social acTiviTies. Led by our 1 Ior o W een, a of A' maid. we shall
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challenge oT a shiTTing world-a Turmoil beseT wiTh a Tierce econ I ruggle. b ' now The main Thing you
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weren'T so bad, aTTer all. Many a sleepless nighT we have spenT Thinking oT Tomorrow
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you soon learn To Take on an air oT imporTance when you reach ThaT Sophomore sTage
of college life. Q
Remember how we secreTly cussed Those fresh upperclassmen Tor The kangaroo
courTs held To make us appear even bigger Tools Than we were? And The silly geT-ups
we had To wear? Well, This lasT year has been posiTively swell. As Sophomores we
have really puT The Freshmen Through This year. Even Freshmen caps were compulsory.
Time really changes in a hurry, and iusT Think whaT is ahead of us-iT won'T be long
be'Fore we are Seniors.
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OLIVER HOOD . . . ........ Vice-PresidenT
BILL LEE . . . . . SecreTary and Treasurer
The class oT Freshmen enrolling in The Fall oT '40 came To Murray as counTless
oThers beTore us have done. Each wiTh his own ideas, buT all wiTh The same ambiTions
and deTerminaTions. We have barely Turned The lcnob oT The door To our college
A rushing, almosT useless, river running blindly The way oT leasT resisTance. is puT
inTo pracTical use by engineers who build dams and converT iTs useless rushing inTo
usable power so needed by The world. So iT is wiTh This presenT class oT Freshmen.
Some oT us have never worked Tor whaT we have. We have been carefree and
unconcerned. OThers oT us realize The seriousness oT liTe and The TacT ThaT The long
road ahead OT us will be no bed OT roses. We are prepared To worlc.
This only goes To show ThaT The presenT Freshman Class, who have grown To love
This campus and be proud oT iT, have been only slighTly worlced upon by The "engi-
neers." We are, so To speak, rough Torms oT American ciTizens: buT changes are
The Freshmen are adding spiriT and enThusiasm. The band, orchesTra, sTudenT or-
ganizaTion, various clubs, and liTerary socieTies have Tound valuable maTerial in This
class. ln aThleTics our warriors have held high The honor oT The Blue and Gold in boTh
TooTball and in baslceTball, and The promise To The varsiTy OT The TuTure is brillianT
indeed. Several ouTsTanding aThleTes have been revealed Trom The Freshmen ranks
ThaT should, during The nexT Three years, carry The name oT The 'Breds beyond ThaT of
all opponenTs OT ol' Murray STaTe in high glory.
We sTand now aT Tour hundred sTrong and hope To see a very large per cenT oT
This Tlow Turned inTo The righT channel oT liTe, producing-The usable power needed in
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The Civil Aeronaufics Aufhorify esfablished a
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Professor Green Berry Lillie, no kiddin', folks,
l'ha1"s his righl' handle, who hails from 'rhe
fair village of Broolcporl, lll., seems 'lo be fhe
learned genfleman of fhe campus in 'lhe grace-
ful arl' of iilferbugging, hep-caHing, swing, e+c.
Look our now, where is 'lhal' "figure for+y?"
Bea-r me, Daddy.
Funny 'rhing is Lillie puls on his hesl' exhibi-
fions abour Three in The affernoon. He says
"Folks back home go To bed wilh lhe chickens,
so l can'l slay up la'le."
Sadie Hawlcin's lla Is Here
The Greal' Day is here. They're off! May
'lhe besl' gal win.
Caughl sleepin', huh? The shofgun proves
lc be an effecfive parl of lhe capfure.
Off hand, we'd say she has her man by 'lhe
leg. Will she go up or will he come down?
Quie+, please. l smell a man.
Marrying Sam comes fo Murray. Looks as
if he has business.
Why don'1' you flip for him, girls? Or are
you going 'lo divide him?
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Sludenls do lhe craziesl
lhings. Imagine going lo
sleep in a college class.
Wilh lhal smile, wonder
whal he could be lhinking
ol? You've heard ol polish-
ing lhe Apple? Believe me,
he is really shining il up.
Guess he rales aboul an A.
Careful now. My, isn'l
lhal a prelly hand? I won-
der whal she is doing? I
believe she is. No, surely
nol. Thal is probably some
leller lrom a boy.
Gangway, I musl make il
lo lhe I-lul on lime.
Class musl be over lor
lhe boys in lhe hall. Pull up
your breeches legs, boys, il's
Look whal we have lound,
Looks as if one ol lhe micro-
scopic bugs has bil lhem
and lhey have given up all
hope ol linding il.
Speaking ol "Bug," seems
as if one has crawled over lo
lhe Library. ll is no lime
lor books now. Two lo one
he gels lhal dale wilh lhal
look ol delerminalion in his
eye. ll all happens in
classes, loo, believe you mei
well, you know how il is:
boy meels girl, girl musl gel
oul ol school somehow, boy
doesn'l care, guesses he can
sleep and polish lhe apple
THE FIGHT SUNG
So, light Murray, on lo +he goal.
We will wa'rch Them rake The ball clown The field,
As we cheer for our Alma lvlaler brave ancl bolcl,
We'll charge on +o viclrory, our flag waving high,
So march, boys, march on clown Jrhal line:
Place +he ball o'er line,
For olcl lVlurray's name, ancl Thoroughbrecl's lame
Anol everylhing +hal"s righr,
FIGHT! FIGI-IT!" '
way wiTh The
"Yea Blue! Yea
and DOT. The
ing down The
lar songs aided
on To vicTory.
"My hearT leaps up wiTh ioy when I behold a
pigslqin in The sky."
The smell OT auTumn in The air . . . waving ban-
ners . . .Thrilling vicTories . Hsaddening deTeaTs.
The colorTul season OT TooTball geTTing under
cheers, "FighTl Team! FighTl":
Gold!" . . . led by The inspiring
DoroThy, Sam, BeTTy, lvloosie,
hearT Thrilling, inspiring marches
and The TighT song . . . The college band march-
Tield going inTo ouTsTanding
iTs swing arrangemenTs oT popu-
greaTly To cheer The Thorobreds
CAPT. JAMES QPEANUTSI JOHNSON
Murray was led by Co-Capfain "Peanufs"
Johnson. "Peanufs," a very cool-headed, ag-
gressive and consisfenf ballplayer, was chosen
all K. l. A. C. He is rafed fo be fhe rnosf ef-
ficienf cenfer on bofh offense and defense
fhaf Murray has ever produced.
CAPT. LOUIS WALTERS
Murray was led by Co-Capfain Lou Walfers
Lou always managed fo keep fhe 'Breds on
fhe pace and fruly proved himself a leader.
Lou was one of fhe besf blockers on fhe squad
and also one of The besf defensive guards fo
ever graduafe from Murray. l-le was selecfed
as honorable menfion on all K. l. A. C. 'rwo
Fi-uh. Weber, a veryoefficienf frainer, has been keeping Hue Thoroughbreds in shape for fhe pasi' +hree years. On the field
and lnwhe dressiryg room he is ready af all fimes fo give fhe necessary aid fo fhe boys. He has secured fhe friendship and
I adrnirafion of all sfudenfs af Murray Sfafe.
THE GA ES
"Now, lisfen, men-" and Coach Sfewari' lells -Phe Thoroughloreds abou?
The schedule for I940 ..., Up and down. up and down-sore muscles
and fired boys, buf a "musi" for a good foofball +eam .... oooOOHI
Thai DAM'p Wesrern game! . , . Ahem, girls, How +o fake your man
OUT .... Piclc up your lnsfrumenls, boys, Time's a-was'rin'. And so H's
I-2, I-2, for fhe band marches on under 'lhe observing eye of Direclor
Fox and Prof. Garfon., . . l+'s heads, and Murray WINS!
"The ole dusl' formafion, men. C'mon now and gil' 'eml" . . . Mana-
gers Cohen and GanH pacl: up equipmeni 'For some Murray wins ,...
Please excuse us if we're preiudiced, bui- 'lhis is our idea of an Ac+ion
pho+o! . . . Now. Ie'l's see-where am I? Two secfions of specfalors
anxiously awail' +he s+ar'r of +he game .... Carrolfon's Roger Fuller
proves himself a man of power and a menace io opposing 'reams ....
"We charge on 'lo vicfory, our flags waving high." . . . And wi+h fhe
fading noies of Murray S'ra're's "Figh+ Song" lhe i940 foofball season
comes lo a close.
"Say, Buddy. WhaT kind oT a TooTball Team
did you all have This year?"
"We had a beTTer Than average season:
winning Tour, losing Three, and Tieing TwO."
"Well, I should say! You did have a close
season. Tell me abouT The games."
"We played, TirsT oT all, a very aggressive
and TasT Tearn by The name OT Louisiana Nor-
mal, And, broTher, don'T ever Think They
haven'T a Trio oT ace ball carriersg some oT
Them ran so TasT They looked as if They had a
moTor in Them. BUT wiTh our Team showing
plenTy oT power ThaT day. They beaT us by
only Two Touchdowns. 'Peewee' Nanney scored
by clicking oTT abouT ThirTy yards on an end
run, and he was really sTepping iT oTT, wiTh The
boys cuTTing Them clown like a lawnmower.
Carl Ferrara was 'on' ThaT day and really kepT
Top Row: Perkins, back: Ganas, end, Wray, back. BoTTom Row: STeT'Tin, endg Brown, Tackleg Levandoski, back.
The opponenTs worried. IT was a wonderTul
game Trom sTarT To Tinish."
"Murray musT have had a preTTy good line
"LisTen, broTher, The opposing Team ran up
againsT a sTone wall 'cause Brown, SpeTh, By-
chowsky, and Salmon played a Typical Thor-
"WhewI ThaT musT have been a game ThaT
day. Whom did you play nexT?"
"We wenT nexT To Morehead, ThaT liTTle 'sis-
Ter school' oT ours, ATTer baTTling Tor Two
hours, They Tied us.
"Isn'T ThaT The TirsT Time ThaT Murray has
been unable To deTeaT Morehead?"
"Yes, buT we almasr scored aT The end oT
The TirsT halT."
"WhaT kepT you Trom IT?"
"WiTh seconds remaining in The TirsT half,
'Peewee' Nanney dropped back and Tired a
47-yard pass To Jack Haines across The goal
lineg Haines Took The ball, buT, because oT
inTerTerence, dropped The ole pigskin. Murray
ThreaTened again in The Third quarTer when a
pass Trom Inman To I.aBonTe was incompleTe
over The goal line."
"IT looks as ET Murray passed all The Time
inside The goal line, didn'T They?"
"Yes, buT ThaT shows you how close Murray
was To The goal, and ThaT isn'T all: There were
Two aTTernpTs To converT a Tield goal by The
Eagles, buT They Tell shorT.
"PeanuTs Johnson played a brillianT game aT
cenTer, I heard."
"Uh huh. ThaT boy can diagnose plays beT-
Ter Than-ah, hell! I-Ie's goodI"
"This is really geTTing inTeresTing. Who was
nexT on The schedule?"
"ThaT wasn'T all, RighT aT The end of
game Murray goT The ball and was
down The Tield Ten, TwenTy yards aT a
The Tinal whisTle puT The brakes
we wenT down To play in The
and Woolly WesT' To rneeT a very good
"How did The boys come ouT down There
"Boy, This was anoTher game QT Thrills.
sooner had The game begun Than The
inTercepTed a Murray laTeral and ouTran
Thoroughbreds 45 yards Tor a Touchdown
ray sTruclc back when Inman, sTandinc baclc
The end zone. Tired a pass To Bill M
on The 35-yard sTripe. MacMurray laTeraled
STeTTin, who sprinTed The remainder of The
Top Row: Thompson, back, Dempsy, 1-ackleg
Murray, end. Second Row: McGarvey, cenierg
ing, Tackleg Bychowsky, guard. Boffom Row:
back, Hahn, Tackle.
When we played WesT Tennessee beTore a
Homecoming crowd oT 5,000 people, Thrills
upon Thrills were leT loose and kepT The crowd
roaring. The Racehorses leTT The posT in a
rush, Tallying early in The game, wiTh Cobble
Lee, l.aBonTe, and Inman making Timely runs
To seT up The TirsT goal. Then in The Third
quarTer STeTTin Turned in a brillianT run when
he wenT around end To The Three, Trom which
Inman ploughed over Tor a goal. Early in The
TourTh quarTer 'Peewee' Nanney Taded back
and rifled a long pass To lanky Bod Salmons.
Salmons ran To The I4, Then he laTeraled To
Gene McC-Pravey, who ToughT his way To The
Three-yard sTripe. In The TourTh quarTer a new
Team was senT in. The new Team galloped righT
on down The Tield Tor anoTher marker.
"ThaT was a game. Looks as if They senT in
everyThing excepT The bench."
Top Row: Grider, back, Fuller, guard, RushTcn, end. BoTTom Row: Paxfon, guard, Haines, end, Johnson, guard.
"ThaT day everybody played, and played a
swell, bang-up game."
"Who was The nexT vicTim?"
"We wenT To Middle Tennessee. When we
goT There, The Middle Tennessee boys asked
Lou WalTers, 'Say, didn'T you play lasT year?
Seem like l oughT To remember you.' l-le re-
plied, 'You oughT To: I played in your back-
Tield mosT of The gamel' "
"ThaT's a good one. l-low did This year's
game come ouT?"
"We pushed across Two Touchclowns in The
TirsT quarTer. Sam Grider, aTTer reTurning The
kickoTT To his own 4l, unfolded Two passes.
one To MacMurray and The oTher a 40-yard
heave To Levandoski ThaT was good Tor a goal.
The second was scored by Grider, who Took
a laTeral from PeTe Koss and crossed The goal.
ln The Third guarTer iT Took Bob Perkins To
make The lasT score aTTer Murray recovered a
blocked kick. Tommy Wray played a wonder-
Tul game ThaT day, calling signals and blocking
The way Tor mosT oT The Touchdownsf'
"My, my, Murray cerTainly played some ball
This year. BuT whaT abouT your rival school,
WesTern? l-low did ThaT game come ouT?"
"Well, as usual, iT was a Typical Murray and
WesTern game, wiTh boTh Teams TighTing To
The lasl' breaTh Tor a win. The game opened
wiTh boTh punTing so ThaT They mighT be able
To obTain a break in The drizzling rain, and,
boy! whaT a punTing duel ThaT was. Inman's
kicks kepT The Murray average above WesT-
ern's. The game sTarTed slow because of The
punTing and The break came in The second
guarTer when WesTern's pass was compleTed
Tor a Touchdown. AnoTher break came To
WesTern when she recovered a laTeral wiThin
ITIZIIITW IIT IHI TIIIITB Il SI S0
Murray, 6: Louisiana Normal, 20
Murray was deTeaTed in her TirsT game by The I939 SIAA
champs, Louisiana Normal, by a score oT 20-6. Led by a Trio oT
ace ball carriers, The champs scored Twice in The TirsT guarTer and
again in The Third. Murray did noT admiT deTeaT and in The TourTh
guarTer made Their score as a resulT oT an end sweep. Murray
ThreaTened To score in The TirsT halT, buT The game ended wiTh
The 'Breds on The Tour-yard sTripe. In The second halT They were
able To drive To The Two-yard line, buT were sTopped by a hard-
charging Normal line and losT The ball on downs.
Murray, Og Morehead, 0
For The TirsT Time in The hisTory oT The rivalry oT The Two schools,
Murray Tailed To deTeaT The Morehead Eagles. ATTer Tailing To
capiTalize on a play run on "borrowed Time," The Racers Tailed To
score The Touchdown which would have won The game Tor Them,
while Two aTTempTed Tield goals kepT The Eagles Trom gaining a
vicTory. Murray ThreaTened To score in The TirsT halT as a resulT oT
a 47-yard pass on which There was inTerTerence on The play and
The ball was placed on The Tour-yard line, ATTer a penalTy Tor Too
many Time-ouTs, The half ended aTTer only one play, which 'Failed
To gain Tor The 'Breds. Murray ThreaTened again in The Third guar-
Ter, buT iT Tailed also.
Murray, 77 Conway, 7
Murray drew anoTher Tie in Their game wiTh Conway, This Time
7-7. The Thoroughbreds, leTTing mosT oT The TirsT halT go in The
Conway Team's Tavor, opened up in The lasT halT wiTh a brillianT
aTTack and Tied The game. Conway scored in The TirsT eighT min-
uTes To play on an end-around play aTTer bringing a Murray kick
down To The I6-yard line. Murray, aTTer a brillianT exhibiTion oT
blocking, Took The ball down The Tield on a susTained drive and
scored Troin The one-yard line. This game was played beTore a
FDEA crowd, The game sTarTing aT 9:30 aT nighT.
Murray, I4g EasT Texas, 20
In a Thrill-packed game played in Texas The Murray Thorough-
breds were barely deTeaTed by a score oT 20-I4. In approximaTely
I3 minuTes aTTer The game sTarTed The Lions had scored Two Touch-
downs and made boTh exTra poinTs, buT This only made The Murray
boys work more like Thoroughbreds and They Took command in The
second guarTer: a 30-yard pass and Then a laTeral puT Them over
Tor Their TirsT Touchdown. A passing combinaTion by The Texas boys
Then resulTed in anoTher Touchdown Tor Them and made The score
20-7. Then laTe in The TourTh quarTer, aTTer a long drive down The
Tield, The 'Breds scored again Trom The one-yard line, making The
score 20-I4 Tor The EasT Texas Lions.
Murray, 2Ig Union UniversiTy, I4
The Murray boys gained Their TirsT vicTory oT The season Trom
Union, a Team which was doped To beaT Them. The 'Breds won
aTTer being Tied Twice during The ball game. The Racers made Their
TirsT Touchdown in The TirsT Tive minuTes To play aTTer II plays.
The Bulldogs made Their TirsT score in The second quarTer aTTer
keeping The Murray boys on deTense mosT oT' The quarTer. On The
kick-oTT aT The beginning oT The second half Murray Took The ball
and, as a resulT oT perTecT blocking on The parT oT The whole Team,
ran 88 yards Tor Their second score. The Bulldogs, noT The Type To
give up, Taked a kick and Then ran Through The enTire Murray Team
30 yards Tor The score which made The second Tie oT The game,
I4-I4-. Then in The lasT Tive minuTes To play, Murray began anoTher
drive and scored wiTh only abouT a minuTe and halT To go, making
The score 2I-I4 in Tavor of The Racers.
Murray, 4I: DelTa STaTe, 0
In The TirsT breaTher oT The season The Thoroughbreds romped
over a very inferior DelTa Team, wiTh The Murray Third Team play-
ing mosT oT The game, The mosT Thrilling play oT The game came
when Murray inTercepTed a DelTa pass on her own I7-yard line
and ran 83 yards Tor a Touchdown. The game was played beTore
a crowd of 2,000 high school sTudenTs on The Murray annual "High
Murray, 35: WesT Tennessee, 6
Playing beTore a Homecoming crowd oT approximaTely 4-,500.
The Thoroughbreds won over WesT Tennessee Teachers by a score
oT 35-6, aTTer holding only a slighT lead oT 7-6 aT The halT. ATTer
scoring in The TirsT Tive minuTes To play, The 'Breds leT down and
did noT score again in The TirsT halT. The Tennessee Team scored
laTe in The second quarTer, buT Tailed To make The exTra poinT.
Taking advanTage oT a Tiring TuTor Team, The Thoroughbreds scored
The TourTh. The
while The TuTors
once in The Third quarTer and rallied wiTh Three in
Thoroughbreds showed Their superioriTy over The
by gaining 400 yards Trom The line oT scrimmage,
gained only 4-O.
ATTer scoring Two Touchdowns in The TirsT quarTer, The Murray
Thoroughbreds coasTed unTil The TourTh quarTer To make Their Third
score, which deTeaTed The courageous Middle Tennessee Team by
a score oT I8-O. The TirsT Touchdown came as a resulT oT Two
passes, one Tor II yards and The scoring pass Trom The 40-yard
line. The second score, which came soon aTTer, was The resulT oT
a laTeral, and again The 'Breds Tailed To kick The exTra poinT. The
Third score came in The TourTh quarTer when Murray blocked a
Middle Tennessee kick and scored Trom The Tour-yard line. Murray
made I5 TirsT downs To Middle Tennessee's Tour, and gained 500
yards Trom The line oT scrimmage. PenalTies and The reTusal To
open up by The 'Breds kepT The score Trom being larger.
Murray, I8g Middle Tennessee,
Murray, Og WesTern, 6
On a weT and muddy Tield The Thoroughbreds losT a hearTbreaIf-
ing game To Their arch rivals, WesTern, by a score oT 6-0. The
WesTern score came as a resulT oT a long and well-Timed pass in
The second quarTer. WesTern was held seven Times wiTh iusT a Tew
yards To go by The mosT courageous and alerT line ThaT Murray
has ever produced. Seven Times WesTern came To The Two, Three,
or Tour-yard line by passing, only To be held Trom scoring by The
deTerminaTion and TighT oT The Murray Torward wall: every Time
The I-lillToppers Tried a play Through The sTubborn Murray line They
were Thrown Tor a loss. The Murray backs also showed more TighT
and drive Than The WesTern backs, buT a drive could noT be sTarTed
ThaT would win The game Tor The 'Breds, and wiTh The excepTion oT
passing The Thoroughbreds ouTplayed The WesTern Team. A kicking
duel in The TirsT quarTer proved Murray To be iusT as good in a
kicking game as WesTern, Murray gained 70 yards Trom The line
oT scrimmage, while The I-lillToppers ended The game wiTh --Tour
yards Trom The line oT scrimmage. IT was The I27 yards by passing
ThaT gave WesTern The ball game.
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CARL STEFFIN, 'lransfer from Jordon College, Wisconsin, has led
lhe Thoroughbreds 'lhrough a sensalional season. His consislency
and abilily 'lo lead 'rhe Team 'lo viclory has been one of his oul'-
slanding lrails. His offensive and defensive playing has been
praised highly by his leammales and has made many 'friends since
he has come 'ro lhis campus. He is +ruly a Thoroughbred. He
was nominaled as All-K. I. A. C. and All-S. I. A. A.
llll CH IIIIIIIHI
COACH CARLISLE CUTCHIN, lhe Hlalher ol
Wesl' Kenluclcy baslcelballf' came lo Murray Slale in
l925 and has been here since in 'rhe roles of Teacher
and baslcelball coach. "Culch," as he is alleclion-
alely known among bolh sludenls and lacully. has
coached such Murray players as Magruder, McKeel,
lhe Miller boys, and Gene Bland. He has had his
share of SIAA championship baslcelball leams. No.
we can'l' say our red-headed coach can'+ "dish il
ou+"g and he can lake il, loo: Coach Culchin is an
We could presenl him wilh a plaque for "years of
service, lailhlully rendered"-we could say 'lhal'-
only, he is nol lhrough serving. Coach Culchin nol
only made alhleles ol his men, buf he inslilled in
'rhem some of lhe characler lhal' is so deeply roolecl
in himself. Ever presenl wilh us is 'lhe lype a'l'hle+e
he symbolizes in his many years al Murray. If you
haven'l' had lhe opporlunily of gelling bel'l'er ac-
quainled wifh lhis genlleman of lhe coaching profes-
sion, you are missing 'lhe chance ol: knowing one ol
'rhe grealesl characlers lo appear in rhese paris.
I+ is due lo his coaching lhal Murray Slale is slill
able lo mainlain ils policy of non-subsidizing and of
compeling wilh l'he highesl' ranking colleges in lhe
Soulh. The SHIELD pays lribule lo a man who has
broughl Murray baslcelball from a babe lo an almosl
Top 'Io Bofiom and BoHom
Row Leif Io RighI': Haron
WesI', Champ Rushing,
Jack Haines, Durwood
Culp, Bob Salmons, Carl
Sleffin, Herschel Fahr.
A Sophomore who played brillianl' ball during his Freshman year.
M' Boih a baskeiball and fooiball man has kep+ 'Ihe ball rolling 'for
Npffjdbseaa-pq, Ib, ' . 'Ihe pasi Ihree years.
,Aff-we Vg .
A brilliani guard and floor man, has shown excep-
Iional abiliiy for ball handling.
The "Red-headed Flash," has proven his value Io his
Ieam. His unorlhodox shois have sei him above any
forward in Ihe siaie.
The long, lanky boy of 'Ihe pivoi spoi has won him-
self Ihe Iifles of "AII-K. I. A. C.. N. I. B. T., AII-
American, and AII-S. I. A. A."
The Caplain of 'rhe K. I. A, C. Vicfors, has lead Ihe
boys Ihrough a Iough schedule Io find himself handed
Ihe Iifle of "All-K. I. A. C. and All-S. I. A. A."
HERSCHEL FAH R
A deserving baslcelloall player who hasn'I been able
Io Click This year.
Has upheld Ihe abiIiI'y of being called a
A Sophomore who has shown an excepfional
abilily Ihis year and Ihe spirll of a 'Bred.
"Ole Dead-Eye Dick," has come Ihrough Ihe
season wifh an oulsfanding record.
Having golfen off Io a bad sI'arI' buf never-
The-less a Iighler and go-geller.
'A sweefer ball player you never find," has had Ihe honor b -
slowed upon him as "All-K. I. A. C." and "A -
Bolh a baslcefball and foofball man, has shown his abilify Io keep
pace wilh The 'Breds.
Is a lop-nofch ball handler and has Icepl pace wifh Ihe 'Breds for
'rhe pasl years,
Top fo BoHom and BoHom
Row Leff I'c Righh Har-
reld Kirlcpafriclc, Joe LiHIe
Iin fhe circIeI, Hyland
Grimmer, Ermine Vincenf,
Leslie McKeeI, Harold
Gish, Carl Fosfer
Wllllllllli UI THE .... I
Facing 'lhe foughesf schedule ever carded for fhe Thorough-
breds, fhe 'Breds finished a very successful season by winning
I7 filfs and only locing 3. The feam-play and spirif of fhe boys
made fhis season successful beyond a doubf.
MURRAY, 4lg CAPE GIRARDEAU, 25
Murray opened 'l'he cage season wifh an impressive win over
a sfrong fearn. McKeel led 'lhe scoring followed closely by
Calmons, Grimmer and Sfeffin. There was plenfy of feam
work and a very successful defense game.
MURRAY, 30, UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS, 52
The Thoroughbreds wenf down fighfing before fhe fowering
Soufhwesl' Conference champs. Led by fhe versafile John
Adams and Gordon Carpenfer, fhe Razorbacks were never
MURRAY, 38, CAPE GIRARDEAU, 32
I Sfarfing fha new year ouf righf. fhe Cufchinmen defeafed a
sfubborn Cape five. Grimmer led 'lhe Murray offense wifh
I3 poinfs, ably assisfed by McKeel and Salmons.
MURRAY, 545 ALABAMA TEACHERS, 32
Affer being held 3-3 in fhe firsf five minufes of play, 'lhe
Murray 'Breds broke loose and hung up a decisive win over
fhe Teachers, If was fhe 'Breds' firsf S. I. A. A. win of fhe year.
McKeel led Murray wifh I5 poinfs, followed by Salmons wifh I3.
MURRAY, 64: MURFREESBORO TEACHERS, 37
Hiffing fhe baslcel' from all angles, fhe 'Breds frounced fhe
Blue Raiders wifh comparafive ease. "Red" Culp led fhe
scoring wifh I3 poinfs, followed closely by Sfeffin wifh IO.
Haines, besides bagging 9 poinfs, played a magnificenf floor
MURRAY, 30: TENNESSEE TECH, 29
In an exceedingly rough game marred by many fouls, fhe
'Breds nosed oul' fhe Tech five in fhe closing seconds of fhe
MURRAY, 63: ARKANSAS STATE, 22
A baslcef by each of fhe sfarfing five, fhe 'Breds led I0-0 af
fhe end of five minufes and were never headed. "Red" Culp
led fhe scoring, followed by Salmons, Haines, Grimmer, and
MURRAY, 53, UNION, 40
Their sevenfh vicfory in eighf sfarfs, fhe Bluebloods, led by
Capfain Sfeffin who scored I8 poinfs, coasfed fo an easy win
over fhe Bulldogs.
MURRAY, 34: WESTERN, 38
Before a screaming house, fhe 'Breds losf a hearfbrealcer fo
fhe Hillfoppers. The Diddlemen led 2l-I4 af fhe half buf were
closely pressed by fhe fighfing Murray cagers. Jaclc I-Iaines,
playing fhe besf game of his career, sparked fhe Murray feam
on bofh offense and defense. Every member of fhe feam
puf in a fine performance.
MURRAY, 56, MISSISSIPPI STATE, 36
The 'Breds' offense began rolling during fhe second half, fhus
enabling fhem fo defeaf a sfrong feam by a decisive score.
MURRAY, 66: TENNESSEE TECH, 26
The Cufchinrnen were never in danger, wifh The performance
of McKeel and Culp, Salmons and Haines.
MURRAY, 49, DELTA STATE, 44
Sfeffin, skillfully pilofing his feammafes, and wifh an over-
fime period, guided fhe boys auf on fop.
MURRAY, 5Ig UNION UNIVERSITY, 26
The 'Breds regisfered fheir fwelffh vicfory affer downing fhe
Union Bulldogs. The onslaughf was led by Culp, Salmons,
Haines, and McKeel.
MURRAY, SI: MIDDLE TENNESSEE. 22
Playing every member of fha squad, fhe 'Breds easily de-
feafed fhe Raiders by fhe excepfional playing of Culp, Grim-
mer, Salmons. Sfeffin, and Haines.
MURRAY, 38, WESTERN, 34
Murray gol' revenge by beafing Wesfern on fheir own
floor. A hofly confesfed game wifh oufsfancling playing by
all fha boys. Salmons iumped so high he hung his -l- on
fhe hoop and his shoesfring caughf in fhe nef.
MURRAY, 475 ARKANSAS STATE, 29
The 'Breds were in fop form. Goals were made from all
angles by Culp, Sfeffin, Haines, Salmcns, and McKeeI.
MURRAY, 52, WEST TENNESSEE, 45
The 'Breds gol' off fo a bad sfarf buf in fhe second half
fhe goals were poured in by fha hands of I-Iaines, Culp, Sfeffin,
Salmons, Grimmer, Kirlcpafriclc.
MURRAY, 45: DELTA STATE, 49
Murray losl' fheir firsf road game, handed fo fhem by Delfa,
and fhe Third defeaf of fhe season. The game was packed wifh
fhrills and whaf have you.,
MURRAY, 551 WEST TENNESSEE, 3l
Winding up a successful season, fhe Cufchinmen played a
bang-up game for fheir refiring coach. If was fhe 'Breds'
Murray Sfafe's Thoroughbreds won for 'rhe firsf fime fhe K.
I. A, C. crown in fhe Kenfuclcy Infercollegiafe Baslcefball Con-
ference. They will affend fhe S. I. A. A. Conference and also
have had 'rhe honor of being invifed fo parficipafa in fhe
Nafional Infercollegiafe Baslcefball Tournamenf in Kansas Cify,
In l938. Murray's Thoroughbreds placed 'rhird in fha Kansas
Cify fourney. They represenfed Kenfuclcy in I939 and were
eliminafed in fhe second round.
This frip fo Kansas Cify will be fhe lasf "roundup" for fhe
veferan Cufchin as baslcefball coach af Murray Sfafe. In his
I6 years af Murray, he has won 80 per cenf of his games, cap-
furing one or more fimes fhe S. I. A. A.
To fhis feam goes fhe admirafion of all fhe sfudenf body for
having won fhe mosf soughl'-for fifle and having esfablished for
fhemselves one of fhe besf if nof fhe besf baslcefball feam
Murray has ever had. If was indeed a g lorious ending for
fhe 'Breds' I94-I season in capfuring fhe K. I, A. C. crown for
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collegiare comloe+i+ion for Jrhe second consecurive
year, had whar mighr be Jrermied a hard-luck season.
Aller losing Their opening march +o a superior Car-
bondale Jream 7 To O, Jrhe Thoroughbred racgue+eers
pounced upon Cape Girardeau lor a 4 ro 3 win.
The reslr ol Jrhe season was a black day lor The
Murray boys who losl in succession Jro Larnloulh Col-
lege 5-2, Wesl Tennessee Teachers, 5-2, Weslern,
5-2, and? look a final drulobing from Soulhern Illinois
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several freshmen Teams, a high school, iunior colleges, and even a professional Team.
Led by Joe Fulks, who scored l66 poinTs in I0 games, Mefcalfe, Johnson, Canope,
Nicholas, Husband, Hurley, Luedeman, Harlan, DalTon, l-leighf and Lafimer defeafed all
compeTiTion wiTh The excepTion of Ausfin Peay Normal, who won on Murray's hardwood
floor, buT The fame came To The Freshman Thoroughbreds when They refurned The visil
on The home floor of AusTin Peay Normal,
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Toppers, much To Their sorrow, and a small parT in helping The varsiTy in a win over
The Firesfone professionals were The highlighfs of The year. The Freshman Team came
Through a very vicTorious season and The fufure of Murray's 'Breds looks xery brighf for
The nexT years To come. The season sfanding is as follows:
Murray . . . . 63, Sue BenneTT . . 37 Murray ...... 52, Middle Tenn. . . 29
Murray . . . . 44, Sedalia . . . . 20 Murray. . . . . 44, AusTin Peay . . 39
Murray, . . . .43, Paducah Junior . 3l Murray. . . . .45, Middle Tenn. . .34
Murray. . . . , 52, WesTern . . . . 26 Murray . . . . 54, WesTern 3l
Murray. . . . . 37, AusTin Peay . . 44 Murray .,.... 53, Paducah Junior 32
FRESH MAN FOOTBALL RECORD
Murray, I3, Pensacola, I3
The Murray Freshmen Tied Pensacola Naval Base Team by The score of I3-l3. Murray
holds one vicfory over Them and Two Ties, since The Two Teams meT for The firsT Time. in
l938. Pensacola scored Their firs Touchdown in The firsT quarfer, anofher in The Third,
making The score I3-O. The Fresh scored in The lasT seven minufes of The ball game,
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Murray, IB, WesTern, 6
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Mosley, Wilcox, Coach Miller.
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HAROLD WEST . . .
MARTHA LOU HAYS
SARA LEE ROWLAND
LEAH WILLIAMSON . .......... .
MRS. M. E. M. HALL.
MISS RUTH HEPBURN
. . PresidenI
. . Secreiary
. . Treasurer
. . . Sponsors
J. T. While
Marlha Jean Wise
Mary Virginia Maior
Mary Frances While
Elna Kaiherine A
Mary Virginia Henry
Frances Lee Wel
TWT TIETH IIETUH
FRED M. SINGLES L. C. FOWLER
G. A. MURPHEY
MARY ELIZABETH CRESS
JOE BANKEN . . . ....... . . . PresidenT
CLARENCE PERRY .... . . Vice-Presidenl'
IMOGENE ARMSTRONG . . . . . 5ecreTary
JAMES BERRY ..... , , , Treasurer
JUNE LAFFOON . . .... ReporI'er
CARL WALKER . . . . SergeanT-aT-Arms
The TwenTieTh C.enTury Commerce Club was organized
in January, I939. The purposes oT The club are: To TosTer
a compIeTe sTudy oT business in Murray STaTe College:
To encourage scholarship and The associaTion oT sTudenTs
Tor Their muTual advancemenT by research and pracTice:
To promoTe a closer aTTiIiaTion beTween The world oT
business and sTudenTs oT business: To TurTher a higher
sTandard oT business eThics and cuITure: and To promoTe
The civic and business weITare oT The communiTy.
All sTudenTs are eligible To acTive membership in The
TwenTieTh CenTury Club who are Taking The one-year
special business course, and oThers who are majoring in
commerce and who have compleTed, or will compIeTe,
TiTTeen hours oT commerce in The semesTer in which They
apply Tor membership, and have a sTanding oT 2.0 in
The business courses compIeTed as well as a general
scholasTic sTanding of I.5. This scholasTic sTanding musT
be mainTained. Only acTive members have voTing privi-
The honorary membership oT The club is composed oT
The business Teachers in The commerce deparTmenT oT
Murray STaTe College, and The Training School, and
oThers who have conTribuTed To The welTare oT The club,
and who have been eIecTed To membership by a Two-
Thirds majoriTy voTe oT The club. Sponsors are composed
oT The college sTaTT oT business Teachers.
The club has had many inTeresTing acTiviTies. Realizing
The value oT a beTTer undersTanding oT oTTice machinery,
The club sponsored a program where demonsTraTion and
CLARENCE PERRY .......... . . . PresidenT
AMPLESS MOORE ..... . . Vice-PresidenT
MARY VIRGINIA MAJOR . . . . . SecreTary
JOE BANKEN ..... . . . Treasurer
BYRON HOLLOWAY . . ..... RGPOVISV
WAYNE DORAN . . . . SergeanT-aT-Arms
pracTice on The diTTerenT Types oT oTTice machines was
AnoTher acTiviTy oT The club which was very inTeresTing
as well as educaTionaI was a TloaT enTered in The Home-
coming parade. The TiTle oT The TloaT was "Behind The
Lines" and iT porTrayed The viTal necessiTy oT commerce
and clerical work in war. This TIoaT broughT many ex-
pressions oT praise Trom our sponsors-The Murray
Laundry, The NaTionaI I'loTeI, The Murray Bakery, Mur-
ray Marble Works, and also Trom specTaTors.
The club has been very TorTunaTe in having as iTs major
projecT Tor The year The Tending oT The check room aT The
dances during The Tall semesTer. This acTiviTy broughT
many happy hours oT card playing'To Those who helped
wiTh The checking. We proclaim Mr. L. C. Fowler un-
beaTable aT his own game, "P'iTch."
AnoTher projecT which The club is sponsoring is The
preparing and TiIing,oT accuraTe names and addresses.
picTures and oTher perTinenT daTa reIaTive To all sTudenTs
who are Taking The one-year business course, and Those
who are majoring in commerce. The club is expecTing
To keep an acTive Tile on such sTudenTs, and in order To
do This iT was necessary To purchase a Tiling cabineT,
which cosT 55498. This daTa will be accessible To busi-
ness sTudenTs only.
AnoTher acTiviTy in which The enTire membership oT
The club is very much inTeresTed is The annual TishTry aT
Pine BIUTT., The expenses oT which are deTrayed Trom
club dues insTead oT assessmenT.
IIIVI I IIT EIU
Sara Sue Johnson
Belly Jean Wynn
Evelyn Lou Lockharl
Clara Mae Breckenridge
Jeanne Beth Gasser
Emma Sue Gibson
Laura Holmes -
Billie Jean Weldon
Mary Virginia Henry
Sarah Lee Rowland
SIICIIII IIIISIII IIIIIB
JAMES STEVENS ........ .
IDA LOUISE FULKERSON . .
MARY ANNA JENKINS . .
RUTH NALL .....
BILL WITI-IERINGTON . .
MARGERY PRICE . . .
PAT BILLINGTON . .
ODINE SWANN . .
For nearly as many years as Murray STaTe College
has been organized There has been a group oT sTudenTs
who have banded TogeTher To promoTe dramaTics. The
name, Sock and Buskin, has had a Iong and honorable ex-
isTence on The campus aT Murray. The achievemenTs
of The club have always been ouTsTanding, and This year
has been no excepTion.
The purpose of The club is To TurTher an inTeresT in The
drama and The TheaTre. To This end, a series oT plays is
presenTed each year, consisTing oT six major producTions.
Included are comedies, Tragedies, occasional melodrama
and one large musical producTion, which is sponsored
ioinTIy by Sock and Buskin and Sigma Alpha IoTa, naTional
music TraTerniTy Tor women.
In presenTing such a program of plays To The sTudenT
body and communiTy iT has seemed desirable Tor The
sTudenTs who parTicipaTe in The show To acquire as much
experience in The varied phases oT play producTion as
possible. A sTudenT direcTor is appoinTed Tor each play.
The sTudenTs build and painT The scenery, make The cos-
Tumes and operaTe The IighTing. The sTudenTs also learn
how To make and operaTe wiThin a budgeT, and how To
end each show wiTh The ledger showing black ink.
A new venTure oT The ear I94O-41 was The One-acT
Play ConTesT which was held in early December. This
proved To be a very worTh-while venTure, and will be
conTinued indeTiniTeIy so Iong as The high schools in The
TerriTory are inTeresTed in compeTing among Themselves.
Sock and Buskin awarded The Trophy Tor The besT pro-
ducTion in Class B, and The Training School won. Alpha
Psi Omega, naTional dramaTics TraTerniTy, was The donor
oT The Trophy Tor The besT play in Class A, and iT was
awarded To The group Trom Grove High School, Paris,
Tennessee. Individual Trophies Tor The besT acTress and
besT acTor were awarded by Mr. Doyle and Miss Thorn-
Ton. These prizes were boTh carried back To Poplar
BIUTT, Missouri, by Mr. Riggs LuTher and Miss Grace
. . . . . . PresidenT
. . Vice-PresidenT
. . . SecreTary
. . . Treasurer
. . Technician
. . CosTume
. . Make-up
. . ElecTrician
Among The plays presenTed This year was "We Girls,"
a deIighTTul comedy in which a moTher seemed To be
inclined To sTeal her daughTer's suiTors, and The daughTer
reTaIiaTed by proving herselT Too aTTracTive To her
moTher's admirers. OT course, in The end Mamma mar-
ried The man she should have married and daughTer said
"yes" To her moTher's docTor.
Sinclair Lewis's greaT Tragedy, "IT Can'T Happen
Here," proved To be one oT The highlighTs oT The year.
A greaT drama, iT was given a convincing performance
by The local casT. IT would be diTTiculT To menTion any
member oT The casT and noT To menTion all of Them be-
cause The whole Thing was adequaTeIy perTormed. We
hope iT won'T happen here buT This play proved ThaT iT
A mosT sophisTicaTed comedy, "As Husbands Go," by
Claire BooTh, revived pleasanT memories oT IasT year's
"Susan and God." Here Two middle-aged women loe-
came enTangIed in a complicaTed aTTair when They Tound
new loves. EvenTuaIIy everyone came To his senses and
The play ended happily enough.
"NaughTy MarieTTa" was revived Tor The musical show
in colIaboraTion wiTh Sigma Alpha IoTa and again The
Two organizaTions scored a bulI's eye. The ploT oT This
show is so well known ThaT There probably is no reason Tor
saying anyThing abouT iT. IT proved To be an adeguaTe
ending Tor a very ouTsTanding year's work.
This accounT could noT close wiThouT acknowledging
our debT To Miss Helen ThornTon who has been in charge
oT dramaTics Tor The pasT Three years. Under her direc-
Tion Sock and Buskin has grown Trom a small club inTo
a large and mosT powerful organizaTion. Each year we
enroll new members and our old members sTiII reTain Their
inTeresT in The organizaTion. As a maTTer of TacT, who
could TorgeT The iniTiaTion'?
SOCK AND BUSKIN goes ahead.
A ToTal oT sevenTy-Tive men have been iniTiaTed inTo The
Gamma DelTa chapTer of Phi Mu Alpha sin Tonia TraTerniTy oT
America. AT The presenT Time There are TwenTy-seven acTive
members in The chapTer and a group oT prospecTive members
are now going Through Their period oT pleclgeship.
The college dances sponsored by Gamma DelTa chapTer
have been very successful during The pasT year. "Campus
LighTs," The annual music review, was again a TradiTional suc-
cess. This producTion can be compared wiTh The besT among
American collegiaTe musicals. The proceeds of This produc-
Tion raised The chapTer sTudenT loan Tund in excess of 5500.
Gamma DelTa chapTer has acTive membership in The SocieTy
Tor The PublicaTion of American Music. This socieTy is organ-
ized Tor The purpose oT promoTing public inTeresT in The eTTorTs
oT American composers. The chapTer library oT prinTed and
recorded American music has been considerably enlarged
during The pasT year.
An inTeresTing program of original composiTions by acTive
and alumni members oT The chapTer was presenTed on ChapTer
Day. Gamma DelTa chapTer is Taking an acTive parT in a
naTion-wide inTerTraTerniTy music symposium To sTimulaTe The
producTion and perTormance oT American music.
The chapTer has endeavored To give general supporT and
cooperaTion To oTher organized acTiviTies, and in reTurn express
graTiTude Tor The supporT received Trom various deparTmenT
organizaTions and individuals on The producTion oT Campus
A. J. HERPY . .
ARVED LARSEN . .
JACK PRICHARD . .
ELWOOD SWYERS .
H. L. CARTER . .
l-l. L. CarTer
A. J. l-lerpy
FACU LTY MEMBERS
. . . Presidenl'
. . Vice-PresidenT
. . SecreTary
. . Warden
The lnTernaTional RelaTions Club, oldesT organizaTion
on The campus, was Tormed Tor The purpose oT discussion
oT problems oT an inTernaTional naTure. lT is aided by The
Carnegie EndowmenT Fund.
On November I5-I6, l94O, The club was hosT To The
conTerence aTTended by I8 colleges and universiTies oT
The Ohio Valley lnrernafional RelaTions Clubs oT Ohio,
WesT Virginia, and KenTuclcy. Members oT The Murray
Club who held oTTices in The conTerence were Paul Lem-
ons, PresidenT7 Shirley CasTle, Corresponding SecreTary:
and Cr. B. Johnson, Treasurer.
l'lighlighTs oT The conTerence were addresses by Dr.
JoseT L. Kunz, lecTurer in inTernaTional law aT The Univer-
siTy oT Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, and Dr. Clyde EagleTon,
proTessor oT inTernaTional law aT New Yorlc UniversiTy and
G. B. JOHNSON. JR.
DENVER ERVI N
DR. F. C. POGUE
PROF. W. M. CAUDILL
Dewey Jones, Denver Ervin, Dr
F. C. Poque, Hugh Mc:ElraTh, G
B, Johnson, Jr.
Edgar Rudd, James Harlan,
James R. Woodall, Wells LoveTT,
James Rogers, Winslon STarks
Kafherine Goheen, Rayburn WaT
kins, Ray Moefield.
Carl Walker, Paul Lemons, Eliz
abelh Finney, Ralph Crouch, Lau
ra Gem Holmes.
Shirley CasTle, Mary Swafford
C. H. Perry, MargareT Muse,
auThor oT worlqs on The subiecT. Business meeTings were
conduiTed by Miss Amy Heminway Jones, who is The
Carnegie EndowmenT represenTaTive in charge oT The
lnTern lTional RelaTions Clubs. Dr. Kunz spoke on "Pan-
Ameri an DevelopmenTs Since l933." Dr. EagleTon chose
"Dem cracy in Crisis" as his subiecT. ,
Three round Table discussions were held. The subiecTs
Tor Thlese discussions were "Powers and Policies in The
OrienT," "The WesTern Hemisphere," and "Democracy
in Crislisf' Each group meT Three Times.
Each year The Murray club sponsors The Purchase-Pen-
nyrile Basl4eTball Tournament a conTesT beTween leading
Teams oT The Pennyrile and Purchase secTions oT The sTaTe.
The Teams To play are seleclred as The besT in The secTions
by a sysTem oT The club.
GLEN HOOK .
GAYLE PERRY .
E. B. HowTon
. . . Presideni WAYNE HURD . . . . ReporTer
Vice-PresidenT A. CARMAN . . . . Sponsor
SecreTary-Treasurer E. B. HOWTON . . . . Sponsor
Buell Edwards Eugene Dowdy Glen Hook A. Carman
Durward Culp CarlTon Holloway
Nick Woodruff Ruperi' Warren James Tisdale Earl Bolin
Wayne Williams WinTord Lawson Jessie Wiikin
RoberT Fiser Charles Clark Ruble CruTchTield John Harris
PaT Wilkin James Erwin Nelson Weldon
Howard Dunnigan John Kenny Ralph Bugg Frank O'Donnell
Charles McCullum Bill Williams
The club is aTTiliaTed wiTh The youTh secTion oT The
American CounTry LiTe AssociaTion and is represenTed
aT Their annual meeTings.
The club sponsors a Trip Tor iTs members To The lnTer-
naTional Live STock ExposiTion in Chicago each Tall.
The club assisTs in promoTing and carrying ouT The
summer meeTing oT dairymen, held aT The college Tarm.
The club devoTes abouT one-halT oT iTs meeTings To
discussions oT Topics ThaT are oT viTal inTeresT To sTudenTs
oT agriculTure. Speakers oT inTeresT and noTe are secured
To lead The discussion aT many oT These meeTings.
There are aT leasT Two social evenTs each year, aT one
oT which The boys have as Their guesTs The members oT
The Household ArTs Club.
The club elecTs oTTicers each semesTer, Thus giving
Training in leadership To a number oT iTs members.
WILLIAM RAWLS . . . . . Presiclenlr MONIS GOOD . . . . ReporTer
J. P. WILLIAMS, JR. . . . . . Vice-Presidenlr A. F. YANCEY . . . . . . . . Sponsor
JOHN R. MITCHELL . . . SecreTary-Treasurer DR. CHARLES HIRE . . . Proiecl' Supervisor
FirsT Row '
Paul Page L. R, HunT Harold MacDanieI Tom Maddox Turner Kirkland John Iler
Dyke Mayo WinsTon Siarks
Ben Wallace Monis Good Len Burroughs John R. MiTchell Aubry Boyd William Rawls
A. F. Yancey Thomas Crawford
Dale Melugen James Cunningham
Joe T. Youngblood
James HarT Thomas Keach
James A. OTey
J. P. Vfilliams. Jr.
Dr. Charles Hire
The NaThan B. STubbleTield Physics Club, which is one
of The oIdesT clubs on The campus, was organized Tor The
primary purpose of creaTing a beTTer inTeresT in The
physical sciences and Trend of scienTiTic ThoughT. The
club was organized in I928, and includes among Tormer
members several who are now prominenT in indusTrial
and educaTionaI Tields.
The club has always and conTinues To TosTer inTeresT in
The pioneer work oT NaThan B. STubbleTielcl, and believes
ThaT his work enTiTIes him To be The True TaTher oT radio.
Preseni' for icTure
Harry D, Williams
The club has one or more proiecTs in operaTion aT all
Times ThroughouT The school year. The proiecT adopTecI
This year was The sTamping oT The elevaTion on The bench
marks in Calloway CounTy which were erecTed by The
UniTed STaTes CoasTal and GeodeTic Survey. In addiTion
To This, work is conTinuing on The perTecTion oT The Fau-
cauIT Benduline, which is a maior club proiecT.
All sTudenTs who have an acTive inTeresT in physics and
relaTecll sciences are inviTed To become members of The
MARIE CLODFELTER ........ . . . PresidenT
DIXIE IVIEYERS .... . . . , , Vice-Pre5idenT
ALBERTA ALEXANDER ...... . . . SecreTary
Miss RuTh SexTon, Miss Caroline Wingo
Mrs. RoberTa Rudd
The I-Iousehold ArTs Club was founded in l93O. IT
is an acTive organizaTion oT eighTy-Tive members and
The club was organized To promoTe a greaTer in-
TeresT in home economics educaTion aT Murray STaTe
Teachers College: To encourage scholarship and The
associaTion OT The sTudenTs Tor Their muTual advance-
menT in The arTs and science oT homemalcingp To pro-
moTe closer aTTiliaTion beTween The World oT home
economics and The sTudenTs: and, To promoTe a higher
sTandard OT personal and Tamily liTe in one's commu-
niTy. AnoTher aim oT The club is To develop cuITuraI
values. Various acTiviTies OT The year encourage social
The meeTings are held bi-monThly on The TirsT and
Third Wednesday nighTs in The home economics de-
parTmenT. The programs are based on Themes pre-
pared annually by The STaTe AssociaTion oT I-Iome Eco-
nomics Schools and UniversiTies. On alTernaTe years,
The club sponsors a Fashion Review, showing The laTesT
Tashions. The club is represenTed aT The spring and
Tall sTaTe meeTings.
The snapshoTs OT The club members were Talcen in
The I-Iome ManagemenT House, where home eco-
nomics sTudenTs geT pracTical Training in homemalcing.
KATIE COST ..... . . . Presidenl' KATHLEEN WINTER . . .... Treasurer
ANNIE LOU ROBERTS . . . . . .Vice-Presiclenl' JANE SEXTON ..,.. .... C haplalll
JULIA GILLIAM . . . ........,. SecreTary MARY ALVA ELLISTON . . . . SergeanT-aT-Arms
MARY ANNA JENKINS ................ EdiTor'
Helen Hire Thelma Marcum Marian FleTcher Odine Swann Dalene BoTTom Mary K. McClellan
Clara lsham Mary E. RoberTs Wilma Mescher MargareT Holland Margery Price Maxine Pybus
BeTTy I-Ioldeman Rose Vandermess Eloise Piclcard Mildred Manley
The obiecTs oT This TraTerniTy shall be:
To Torm bodies oT represenTaTive women who shall loy
Their influence and Their musical inTeresT uphold The high-
esT ideals oT a musical educaTionq To raise The sTancIarcIs
oT producTive musical work among The women sTucIenTs
of colleges, conservaTories and universiTiesg To TurTher The
developmenT oT music in America and assisT in The de-
velopmenT of a sTronger loond oT musical inTeresT and
undersTancIing beTween Toreign counTries and America:
To give moral ancl maTerial aid To iTs membersg To pro-
moTe and clignify The musical proTession: To develop loy-
al+y To The Alma MaTer.
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MARY ANNA JENKINS . .
. . . . . . Presidenf
BARBARA KETTLER ,... . . Vice-Presiclenf
MARGARET COOPER . . . Secrefary
MARTHA PRIDE . . . Treasurer
Virginia Coleman Margaref McGaw Jane Alley
Marfha Meals Rebecca Lighf Mary Virginia Major
Mary Rufh Brown
' Sponsor: DR. JANE I'-IAZELDON. Dean of Women
The Sfudenf Council was esfalolished on fhe campus of
Murray Sfafe College in April, I926. Since ifs beginning,
if has been one of fhe mosf successful organizafions on
fhe campus in carrying ouf ifs proposed work. Today.
fhis council ranlcs as one of fhe mosf respecfed groups
on fhe Murray campus. One of fhe chief funcfions of
fhis council is fhe exfension of a helping hand fo Fresh-
men, in fhe assisfance given fhe Freshmen in fheir choice
of exfra-curricular acfivifies.
The purposes of fhe Sfudenf Council of Wells I'-lall are
fo enacf and enforce regulafions, fo promofe fhe welfare
and furfher fhe loesf living condifions of fhe residenfs of
fhe Girls Dormifory. The council has fhe power fo make
regulafions fo carry ouf fhe purposes for which if was
organized: fo regulafe maffers perfaining fo fhe conducf
and welfare of fhe sfudenfs. The execufive powers are
vesfed in fhe Sfudenf Council, which consisfs 'of fhe
presidenf, fhe vice-presidenf, fhe secrefary, fhe Treasurer,
represenfafives from each college class, and monifors,
whose dufy if is fo enforce fhe rules and regulafions sef
down Ioy fhe Council.
Officers fo fhe Sfudenf Council are elecfed once a
year by fhe women of Wells I'Iall. To qualify for mem-
bership in fhe Council, one musf be of good characfer,
parficipafe in college acfivifies and have recognifion
as giver of service on fhe campus.
GIIIIS' SIUIII IIIIU CII
CLARENE WALPOLE . . ...... . . . PresidenT
NELL WRIGHT .........
VIRGINIA LOYCE BEALMEAR .
This group was organized by The girls OT Murray STaTe
College Tor The purpose OT bringing TOgeTher a closer
relaTiOnship beTween The sTuolenTs and aThleTic acTiviTies
on The campus.
IT is The welcoming commiTTee Tor Murray STaTe and
sponsor OT The TOOTball cheering secTion. One OT iTs
chieT aims is The magniTicenT and gorgeous olecoraTions
. . . Vice-PresidenT
The cOlorTul season OT ToOTball. AnoTher OT iTs aims is
To promoTe loyalTy To The college, and To advance The
spiriT oT Tellowship ancl service among college sTuclenTs.
The membership is made up OT girl sTudenTs and in The
pasT years has been greaTly enlargecl. IT has become
one OT The OuTsTanOling OrganizaTiOns On The campus OT
Murray STaTe College.
ThaT adorn The sTadium and The goal posTs ThroughouT
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LOUIS WALTERS ......... ....... P residenT
INDA LOU PRYOR . . ....,. Vice-Presidenl'
WILSON GANTT . . . . SecreTary and Treasurer
The Physical EducaTion Club is made up oT maiors
and minors in I-IealTh and Physical'EducaTion. The chieT
purpose OT The club is To promoTe a beTTer physical edu-
caTion program Tor The enTire sTudenT body aT Murray
STaTe and proposes To bring abouT beTTer meThods oT
healTh and physical educaTion in This secTion of WesTern
Each spring The club sponsors The annual Physical Edu-
caTion Carnival, over which rules The "Bodies BeauTiTuI"
as selecTed by The club. One boy and one girl are
piclced by The club wiTh The mosT beauTiTul bodies on The
campus Tor The year and are crowned The nighT oT The
carnival. OTher aTTracTions aT The carnival are all phases
oT physical educaTion. Some oT These phases are mass
caIesThenics, pyramid building, Toll: dancing, Tumbling
and apparaTus worlc, boxing, wresTling, and oTher games
and acTiviTies. AnoTher aTTracTion which creaTes a loT
oT inTeresT aT The carnival are The living sTaTueTTes, posed
by The members OT The club.
The clubroom, IocaTed in The I'IeaITh Building, is beau-
TiTully decoraTed and provides a lounging place Tor The
members. IT is provided wiTh a radio and card Tables
To be a member oT The club, a person musT be eiTher
a maior or minor in I-IealTh and Physical EducaTion.
O. B. JOHNSON, JR. , .
CLARENCE PERRY .
JOE LITTLE .... .
CLARA WALDROP .
L. J. HORTIN . , .
The Young DemocraT Club OT Murray STaTe College
was TirsT Organized in I936. ln I938 iT was reorganized
under The same charTer T
haT was issued To iT by The STaTe
Club in l936.
The club was Tormed Tor The purpose OT sTimulaTing
an acTive inTeresT in governmenTal aTTairs and Tor TOsTer-
ing and perpeTuaTing The ideals OT The DernOcraTic ParTy.
The Young DemocraT Club OT Murray STaTe is a mem-
ber OT The Young DemOcraT Clubs OT The UniTed STaTes
and KenTuclcy. I
ROberT A. EvereTT, an alumni OT Murray, was The TirsT
presidenT OT The club and had an ac:Tive parT in iTs Or-
. . . . . Vice-PresidenT
. . SecreTary-Treasurer
. PubliciTy DirecTor
. . FaculTy Sponsor
ln 1939 The club senT delegaTes TO The STaTe Conven
Tion OT Young DemOcraT Clubs in KenTuclcy.
The club has sponsored many acTiviTies and among The
enTerTainmenTs OT I94O was a parTy aT The home OT The
publiciTy direcTOr, Miss Waldrop, celebraTing The Demo-
craTic vicTOry in The naTional elecTiOn.
Anyone on The campus who adheres To The policies OT
The DemOcraTic ParTy is eligible Tor membership in The
club. The I94O club had a larger group Than any pre-
Ill III IIIUB
JAMES RICKMAN ..,..,,, , , , p,eS,de,,+
BILLY SI-IELTON . . . . . . Vice-PresidenT
ANNIE LOU ROBERTS . . . SecreTary-Treasurer
MR. W. I-I. FOX . . . . FaculTy Sponsor
BILL PARRISI-I ........... . . PresidenT
ELMO REED , . . . Vice-PresidenT
JANE SEXTON . . . . SecreTary-Treasurer
MR. F. P, INGLIS . .
. FaculTy Sponsor
The Vivace Club, which consisTs oT maiors and mi-
nors in The music deparTmenT, is The IargesT club on
The campus oT Murray STaTe College. IT has as iTs
primary purpose The promoTion oT good music on The
campus and oTTers The sTudenTs ol: music The oppor-
TuniTy oT IisTening To as well as perTorming The higher
Types oT music. The ouTsTanding social evenT oT The
year is The annual I-lomecoming breal4TasT aT which
graduaTes oT The music deparTmenT are inviTed as
special guesTs oT The members OT The club.
MeeTings are helcl Twice monThly and TeaTure mem-
bers oT The TacuITy and ouTsTanding sTudenT musicians.
Programs vary, consisTing oT vocal and insTrumenTal
solos, dueTs and many inTeresTing
insTrumenTs such as sTrinq guarTeTTe
TeT, brass ensemble and oTher small
mosT recenT addiTion To The cIub's
annual reciTal which is presenTed by
, woodwind quin-
acTiviTies is The
number oT iTs members. Near The end oT each year
The ouTsTanding girl and boy musicians are selecTed
by The music'TaculTy on The basis oT scholarship, lead-
ership. musicianship, characTer and probable success.
Their names are inscribed on a plaque which is spon-
sored by The Vivace Club.
French Honorary Scholarship
The Bela Pi Thela Scholarship
Fralernily was founded in l924
al Birmingham, Alabama. "Parlez
Francais, elucliez le Francais, el'
voyagez en Francais."
La Fleur: Fleur-de-lis
Les Couleurs: La Pourpre l'or el
Pl RHO CHAPTER
Founded May, I937
Mrs. James H. Richmond
Mrs. B. Ausfin
Miss Nadine Overall
Miss Jane Haselden
Mrs. W. E. Derryberry
JAMES HART ..... ....... . . . Presidenl James Hari Eslell Pickard Mary E. Kress
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ANNA LOU ROBERTS ' ' ' ' ' ' Seclelaw Anna Lou Roberls Nancy Mellen Virginia Odle
ESTELL PICKARD . . . .. Treasurer Hugh McElralh Charlofle Owen
LUTHER SHAFFER . . . ......,... , . . . Presidenl
EDGAR RUDD ....... ....... . . Vice-Presidenl
MRS. DOROTHY THOMAS , ...., Secrelary
FRAAEBUSNTWI-1n'gClilgIS . . . . . Club Reporter
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MISS RUBY SMH-H2 ...,................... Counselors
This organizalion is sponsored by 'lhe Melhodisl sludenls of
Murray Slafe College. Two meelings are held each week and
everyone is inyiled 'ro allend. The purpose ol lhis group is lo
promote a qrealer spirilual life among lhe srudenls and +o pro-
vide a quiel place of prayer and worship.
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JUNE LAFFOON . . ....... . . . Presidenl
LYNDLE BARNES . ...... Vice-Presidenl
GAYLE PERRY ..... . . Secrelary and Treasurer
MARTHA JANE WISE . . ........ Reporler
MISS RUTH ASHMORE ....... ...... S ponsor
The Hoplcins Counly Club meels lwice a monlh, one being a
business meeling and lhe olher a social or recrealional rneelinq.
The primary purpose ol lhe club is lo help new sludenls gel
acqualnled wilh lhe school and olher sludenls ol lhelr counly, and
lo promole a leellng ol good-will and lriendship.
IIBRARI SCII CI CIUB 2
MARJORIE WYNNS ......... .... P residenl
REBECCA ROBERTSON ....... . . . Vice-Presidenl
EVELYN MELVIN . . . . Secrelary-Treasurer
A. H. RAWLINSON .....,.... . , . , Sponsor
W. J. GIBSON ..,.......... . . .Sponsor
Belly Alcen Emma Sue Gibson Marilyn Raburn
Bernice Arnell Hazel Jones Rebecca Roberlson
Geraldaine Bishop Belly LeVan Sara Robinson
Jane Byrn Rebekah Lighl Sue Slanley
Eliza belh Thomson
Florence Mary Donoho Evelyn Melvin
The Library Science Club was organized Oclober, l94O,
.lI.lI. IIIIIB THE .IZ.i. IIIIIB
TENNIE ROGERS . .
VERNA MQKINNEY . .
NANCY JERMAN . .
DOROTHY WHITE . .
MRS. MARTHA INGLIS . . .V..... . .
This is a Branch Organizafion of Ihe Nafional Wo
. . Presidenl
. . Secrefa ry
. . Treasurer
. . Sponsor
MRS. OLGA K. FREEMAN . . . .... . . . . Presidenf
ANNETTE BATTS . . .......... . . Vice-Presidenf
MRS. DOROTHY THOMAS . . . Vice'Presidenf
FRANCES SUITOR ..... . . Vice-Presidenf
LULA CLAYTON BEALE . . . ...... Treasurer
ESTELLE PICKARD ...... . . . . . . Secrefary
RUTH WINGER . . . ....... . ..... Publicafion Chairman
MISS NELLIE MAY WYMAN ....,......,........ Sponsor
The M. S. T. C. branch of fhe Associafion for Childhood Educafion has
for ifs purpose and aims: Ill To sfimulafe greafer pride and inferesf in
our professional frainingg Q21 fo provide a means by which fhe members
may exfend fheir knowledge of fheir profession as such, and enioy profes-
sional fellowshipg I3l fo help improve classroom 'leaching in fhe elemenfary
grades by familiarizing ourselves wifh fhe newer, accepfed frends and goals
in fhe educalional fieldg and I4l fo help make fhe general public increas-
ingly aware of educafion's role in democracy.
OFFICERS I ll 'll'-T
JOE BROWN . , ...... . . . Presidenf
JOE BAKER . . ....., Vice-Presidenl
JAKIE lNMAN . , . Secreiary and Treasurer
The "M" Club is made up of all Those alhleies who have earned
Jrheir "M" eilher in major or minor sporfs. The purpose is lo bring
logelher in closer companionship ihose boys who have earned lheir
leller. A Waler Carnival and The ','M" Club Follies are presenled
each spring by The club..
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t ROBERTA MORROW . . . . Presldeni
RUTH NALL .... Vice-Presidenl
MILDRED MANLEY . . . . . Secrelary
The Y. W, C. A. of Murray Slaie College was organized in ELIZABETH RHEA PINNEY I U I Treasurer
March, I939, under The sponsorship of Dr. Jane Haselden. S
Having cornplefecl The Two years' requirement 'lhe club expecls' DR' FRANCES HTCKS ' ' i ' ponsor
'ro become a member of The Nalional Y. W, C. A. in March, I'-?4l. MISS RUTH ASHMORE . . - - SPONSOV
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Alpha Psi Omega is an inTernaTional honorary dramaTic
TraTerniTy, having as iTs chief purpose The TurThering OT
inTeresT and abiliTy in all phases of drama. The Gamma
Epsilon casT oT Alpha Psi Omega, locaTecl on The campus
of Murray STaTe, is, ThereTore, a TraTerniTy chapTer lim-
iTed To The TwenTy mosT ouTsTanding sTudenTs oT dra-
maTic:s-sTudenTs who have shown inTeresT and abiliTy in
all phases oT play producTion.
Each year The Gamma Epsilon casT presenTs one or
Two plays TeaTuring The TraTerniTy members. This year's
Two producTions were "The NighT oT January l6," pre-
senTed on January I6, and "Lady oT l.eTTers," presenTed
Emma Sue Gibson
Marv Anna Jenkins
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JAMES R. WOODALL
The College News, official publica-
l'ion of Murray Slale College, was acl-
iuclgecl besl all-around college news-
paper in l'he srale ol Kenluclcy in 'rhe
spring of l94O by 'rhe Missouri Univer-
sily School ol Journalism.
The College News is a member of
Jrhe Ken+uclcy lnlercollegiajre Press Asso-
cialion and ol: lhe Wesl Kenluclcy Press
The slalli ol The College News in-
cludes: James R. Woodall. edi'ror-in-
chief: James Sire-vens, business mana-
ger: Ausiin Aclkinson, managing edilorg
Adron Whipple, Paul Lemons, adverlris-
ing managers: Barbara Kelller, sociely
eclilorq Jack Anolerson, Paul Buclcman,
sporls eoli+ors7 Virginia Cable, lealure
eolilorg Kalhryn Goheen, Anne Berry,
assislanlr edilorsq Harold Wesl, slafl
carloonislfq John Nall, Jesse l-lahn, Dol-
lye Mcfklisler, Cobble Lee, Clara ls-
ham, George Wilson, G. B. Johnson,
edilorial and lea+ure wrilersp l.. J. l'lor-
lin, iournalism inslruclor.
Members of The elemenlary journal-
ism classes are also sralf members, acl-
ing as reporrers.
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The Girls' Glee Club is direcTecl by ProTessor Price
Doyle. IT malqes various Tours, appearing in concerT.
The Girls' Glee Club is a welcome chapel program.
Many Types oT music are sung by The club. IT is maole
up oT The TinesT Temale voices aT Murray: lceen apprecia-
Tion Tor Tiner music is TosTereol by The Girls' Glee Club.
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The Brass Ensemble is direcTecl by ProTessor Joseph
GarTon. Various Types oT programs are presenTecl by
This group Trom The Tormal concerT To accompanimenTs.
IT also Torms The nucleus oT The TheaTre orchesTra. This
group varies in size ancl insTrumenTaTion according To
The maTerial which is being perTormecl.
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Trom' The Sig a Alpha IoTa music TraTer-
niT . The embers oT This quarTeT have
Qin The me Tor The pasT Two years.
his grou plays Tor K. E. A, Music Clubs
Q in ario s places.
WOODWIND ENSEMBLE is a new or-
qanizaTion under The direcTion oT Pro-
Tessor Franlclin P. lnglis. lT is one oi The
ouTsTanding small organizaTions in Mur-
ray's musical world, and periorrns some
oT The mosT diTTiculT arrangemenTs in
GIRLS' QUARTET is direcTed by Professor Leslie R, PuTnam. lT
appears Through WesTern KenTuclcy and Tennessee on Tours con-
ducTed Through Murray's exTension deparTmenT. Chapel programs
and reciTal numbers have been given by The Girls' QuarTeT,
MEN'S QUARTET is direcTed by Professor Leslie R. PuTnam. H'
appears on various chapel programs, and in concerT during The
year. The quarTeT plans Tours in The surrounding Terri+ory, singing
Tor commencemenTs and oTher evenTs. This group is very well liked
Tor chapel programs, The reperToire oT The quarTeT conTains many
inspiring spiriTuals as well as many numbers OT The ballad sTyle,
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Edifor, GEN E GRAHAM
CARMEN M. GRAHAM, Principal of Training School,
Top Row: W. J. CAPLINGER, DirecTor of Training School,
DOROTHY ROWLETT, CriTic Teacher ArT, MRS. ROBERTA SEAT RUDD, Crific Teacher Home Economics, W. H.
BROOKS, CriTic Teacher Agriculfure, CLIFTON THURMAN, CriTic Teacher Mafhemafics, BaskeTbalI and Track
Coach. Second Row: VERNON ANDERSON, CriTic Teacher Commerce, MARJORIE PALMQUIST, CriTic Teacher
Music, MARGARET CAMPBELL, Crific Teacher Social Science, LORA FRISBY, CriTic Teacher English and LaTin,
ROBERTA WHITNATH, CriTic Teacher Science, CLARA RIMMER, Crific Teacher French and English. BoTTom
Row: RUBIE SMITH, CriTic Teacher SixTh Grade, THELMA GLASSCOCK, CriTic Teacher FifTh Grade, MATTIE
S. TROUSDALE, Crific Teacher Fourfh Grade, ANNIE RAY, CriTic Teacher Third Grade, OLA B. BROCK, Crific
Teacher Second Grade, BERTIE MANOR, CriTic Teacher FirsT Grade.
Since iT became a Tour-year high school six years ago,
The Murray Training School has Taken rapid sTrides.
STarTing Trom scrarch wiTh experT leaders, The Training
School has builT up a school spiriT ThaT is noT surpassed
in WesTern KenTuclcy. Our aThleTic and debaTe Teams
have boTh made Tine records. Our exTracurricula acTivi-
Ties have Tlourished, and our scholasTic sTanding in This
sTaTe is Tar above The average. Baclced by a Tine insTiTu-
Tion, The Murray STaTe Teachers College, The Training
School has many advanTages over The average high
school. Every Teacher employed musT have a masTer's
degree and Thus The sTudenTs oT The Training School have
experT Training in every Tield. The College oTTers many
advanTages in ThaT iT oTTers Tor The sTudenTs physical
educaTion, and every sTudenT oT The Training School has
access To The library. Free music insTrucTion is also
oTTered as well as The Turnishing oT insTrumenTs. Re-
cenTly The Training School has insTalled a Commerce
DeparTmenT and an AgriculTure DeparTmenT. This oTTers
experT Training in commercial 'fields while The Agricul-
Ture DeparTmenT gives a ToundaTion Tor TuTure Training
in This line and also aTTords rural sTudenTs who plan To
be Tarmers Tine experience and insTrucTion. The newesT
addiTion To This deparTmenT is a shop which has been
compleTed iusT This Tall. Under The sponsorship oT The
MoThers Club and The W. P. A., a new lunch room has
iusT been compleTed which supplies lunches Tor The enTire
school and which oTTers Tree lunches Tor some. These
and many oTher advanTages and addiTions have made
The Training School one oT The besT equipped and TinesT
schools in KenTuclcy.
Top Row: CHARLOTTE WEAR, Presidenl Freshman Class, '38,
Glee Club, English Club, Home Economics Club, Vice-Presi-
denr, '38, Presidenf English Club, '40, Vice-Presidenl Senior
Class, Dramalic Club, Inlernalional Relalions Club. RICHARD
GHOLSON, Presidenl of Senior Class, '41, Bela Club Vice-
Presidenl, '39, '40, '41, Dramalic Club, '40, '41, lnlernalional
Relalions Club, '40, '41, Baskelball, '40, '41, Debale Team, '39,
'40, '4l. RICHARD BOGGESS, Foolball, '39, 4-H Club, '37,
'38, '39, Dramalics, '38, '39, Chickasaw Sociely, '39, English
Club, '38, '39. JOETTE SMITH, Transfer from Birmingham,
Kenlucky. Home Economics Club, '40, '41, Glee Club, '41,
Cheer Leader, Dramalic Club, '39.
Second Row: W. D. ADAMS, Vice-Presidenl Sophomore Class,
'38, Vice-Presidenl' Junior Class, '39, F. F. A. Quarlel, F. F. A.
Club, Dramalics Club, Inlernalional Relalions Club. MARY
SUE POYNER, Vice-Presidenl Home Economics Club, '38, '39,
'40, '41, English Club, '38, '39, '40, '41, LILA NELL MCCLURE,
English Club, '38, '39, '40, '4I. PAUL DEE BAILEY, English
Club, '37, '38, F. F. A. Walchdog, F. F. A. Presidenl, '41,
Treasurer Senior Class, '41,
Third Row: JOSEPHINE BROACH, Class Presidenl, '38, Glee
Club, '37, '38, Book Club, '37, '38, Orcheslra, '38, '41, Home
Economics Club, '38, '39, Bela Club, '40, '41, JOE ROBINSON,
Track, '38, '39, '40, '41, Caplain, '39, Baskelball, '37, '38, '39,
'40, Treasurer Junior Class, '40, Winner Slale Track 880, '40,
DAVID MASON, Transfer from Benlon. Presidenl Hobbie Club,
'37, Vice-Presidenl Junior Class, '39. SUE LASSITER, Baskelball
Club, '38, '39, '40, Glee Club, '38, '39, '40, Mixed Chorus, '41,
Home Economics Club, '39, '40, '41, English Club, '39, '40,
Four'l'h Row: GENE GRAHAM, Baskelball, '38, '39, '40, '41,
Track, '38, '39, '40, '41, Dramalics Club, '40, '41, lnlernalional
Relalions Club, '40, '41, Befa Club, '39, '40, '41, Presidenl, '40,
'41, Debale Team, '39, '40, '41, "Black Derby," '39, Presidenl
Junior Class, '39, '40, Presidenl Freshman Class, '37, Mixed
Chorus, '39, '40, '41, Lalin Club, '38, '39, "Shield" Slafi, '4l.
MARTHA BELLE HOOD, Mixed Chorus, '39, '40, Glee Club,
'37, '38, '39, Orcheslra, '39, '40, Trio, '39, '40, Sexlel, '40,
Cheer Leader, '38, '39, '40, Lalin Club, '38, English Club, '37,
'38, Vice-Presidenl, lnlernalional Relalions Club, '40, Bela Club,
'39, '40, Treasurer, Dramalic Club Secrelary, '40, "Black Derby,"
IMOGENE BAILEY, English Club, '37, '38, Home Economics
Club, '37, '38, Bela Club, '40, '41, Secrelary, '41, Dramalic
Club Presidenl, '41, lnlernalional Relaiions Club, '41, Secretary
Junior Class, "Black Derby", Glee Club, '38, '39, '40, '4l.
FRED EUGENE ATKINS, F. F. A., '39, '40, '41, English Book
Club, '37, '38, Lalin Club, '38, '39.
Fif'l'h Row: BOBBYE NELLE ENOCH, Glee Club, '37, '38,
English Club, '37, '38, Befa Club, '40, '41, Home Economics
Club, '38, '39, '40, Lalin Club, '38, '39, Book Club, '39, '4O.
BILL COHOON, English Club, '37, '38, '39, '40, Physical Educa-
lion Club, '37, '33, '39, F. F. A., '39, '40, '41, Wafchdag, '40,
'41, Judging Team, '40, Science Club, '40, RICHARD ARM-
STRONG, Baskelball, '37, '39, '40, '41, Debale, '39, '40, '41,
English Club, '37, '38, Bela Club, '39, '40, '41, F. F. A. Club,
'40, '41, "Black Derby", Track, '38, '39, '40, '41, lnlernalional
Relalions Club, '40, '41, Book Club, '38, '39, '40. MARTHA
GUIER, Orcheslra, '38, '39, '40, '41, Woodwind Ouinlel, '38,
'39, '40, Bela Club, '40, '41, Dramalic Club, '41, lnfernalional
Relalions Club, '41, Baskelball Club, '40,
Sixlh Row: HERBERT ALLEN MAIDES, Transfer from Livings-
lon Counly High. FLORENCE THURMAN, English Club, '38,
'39, '40, Glee Club, '39, '40, Orcheslra, '38, '39, '40, LOU
ELLA GIBBS, Glee Club, '38, '39, Mixed Chorus, '39, '40, '41,
Lalin Club, '38, '39, English Club, '37, '38, Home Economics
Club, '37, '38, '39, Bela Club, '40, '41, Girls Sexlelfe, '40,
'41, lnlernalional Relalions Club, '40, '41, BEN BOGGESS,
Foolball, '39, Baskelball, '38, Track, '38, Walangan Sociely,
'38, '39, Biology Club, '39, 4-H Club, '38, '39, F. F. A. Club, '4O.
Sevenlh Row: MARJORIE FOOSHEE, Orcheslra, '38, '41,
Glee Club, '38, '41, Srring Ouarlel, '39, '41, Dramalic Club,
'40, '41, Bela Club, '40, '41, Presidenl of lnlernalional Relarions
Club, '40, '41, Secrelary of Senior Class, Home Economics
Club, '38, '40, Presidenl Horne Economics Club, '39, '40, Trio,
'40, '41, English Club, '37, '39. CHARLES CALLIS, English
Club, '37, '38, Sophomore Class Presidenl, Lalin Club Presidenl,
'38, Orcheslra, '37, '38, '39, '41, Mixed Chorus, '39, '40, '41,
"Black Derby", Bela Club, '40, '41, lnlernalional Relalions
Club, '40, '41, Debale Club, '40, '4l. CHARLES CLARK,
Transfer from Kirksey. Glee Club, '38, '39, '40, '41, Dramalic
Club, '40, '41, Debale Team, '39, '40, '41, "Black Derby", Infer-
nalional Relalions Club, '40, '41, Vice-Presiclenl Lalin Club, '39,
Baskelball, '38, '39, '40, '41, Track, '39, '40, '4l. MARJORIE
BOWDEN, Transfer from Alabama. Glee Club, '39, '40, Presi-
denl, '40, Orcheslra, '38, '39, '40, Hi-Y Club, '39, '40, Drum
Maior, '38, '39, '40, Dramalic Club, '39, '40, Lalin Club, '37,
'38, Secrelary Freshman Class, Cheer Leader, '4I.
Eighlh Row: GUTHRIE THURMAN, F. F. A., '39, '40, Bagkef.
ball,l'38, '39, '40, BILL WASHBURN, Debale, lnlernalional
Relahons Club, Secrelary Science Club, Cheer Leader, '4l.
FIRST GRADE: Mary Adair, Hesler Baker, Mary
Dockery, Connie Dowdy, Billie Brillain, Dan Erwin,
Glen Gibbs, William Gibson, Glenda Giles, Billie
Glover, Mildred Goode, George Hale, Billy Har-
man, Merlyn Halcher, Jeanelle Huie, George
Jones, Geneva Keel, John Murphy, John Neal,
Elizabelh Nunley, Bennie Rogers, Marlha Shemwell,
Hal Shipley, Dallas Shaklelord, Carrel Slallord,
Marlene Swann, Myra Tessener, Peggy Turner,
William Vaughn, Bobbie Waller, Ora Wealherford,
Gloria Wh le, Mary Wolfson, Bobbye Darnold.
SECOND GRADE: Barbara Ashcrall, Charles
Boggess, Roberl Bowden, Jr., James Buchanan,
Dan Dockery, Janice Doran, Carl Dowdy, Billie
Fo-1, Hilda Galloway, Mary Granl, Johnnie Bran-
don, Belly Gilman, Diane Hendrick, Burlon
l-lolsapple, Donald Hughes, Jack lrvan, Billie
Jackson, Orlean Keel, Mary LaFollelle, Earl Lyons,
L. W. Lyons, Charles Magness, DeWayne Mellon,
Thelma York, Carolyn Melugin, J. D. McKinney,
Belly Pillman, Richard Smilh, Lalricia Slokes, Sara
Slory, Billie Suiler, Peggy Tune, Belly Underwood,
Wanda Vance, Charley Waldrop, Nancy Wear,
THIRD GRADE: Will Bailey, Eva Boggess, James
Bonduranr, Virgle Brillain, William Brillain, Jean
Corn, Ronald Dodd, Dallas Doran, Jay Falwell,
Ni:-ma Jean Farris, Evelyn Gibbs, Julia Gibbs,
Belly Giles, Charles Glover, June Harl, Palricia
l-larbin, Ola Hulchens, Roberl Jellrey, Lelelia
Maupin Jack Mayfield, Bob Miller, Max Moore,
Gladys McKinney, Palricia Osborne, Imogene
Rogers Pal Shaklelord, Dan Shipley, Ann Shroal,
Verona Smirh, Jimmie Thomasson, Mary Trevalhan,
Belly Wesl, Marion Bridges.
FOURTH -GRADE: Eugene Adams, Evelyn Alkins,
Jessie Alkins, William Alkins, Belly Bowden,
I-lorence B-andon, John Bullerworlh, Marlha
Browr., Harold Campbell, Janice Cloplon, Earl
Dockery, Belly Jo Dowdy, lsaac Dunn, Thomas
Fair, Nancy Goode, Belly Hall, William Hughes,
James Hulchen, Joseph Holsapple, Claudine Keel,
leland Keel, Mary lewis, Naomi McMillen, Gerald
McMillan, Nelly Millon, John Mclvar, Nancy
Neiswanger, Joan Parker, George Parrish, Belly
Rogers, John Srellon, Chad Sleward, Newman
Slallord, Belly Stokes, Glen Suiler, Wilma Taylor,
Verble Taylor, Joe Thurman, Wanda Trevalhan,
Ann Vancy, Mary Jacqueline Wear, Jean Workman.
FIFTH GRADE: Imogene Adams, Howard Alex-
ander, Eugene Boggess, John Boggess, Ralph
Boyd, Alice Brandon, Lola Buchanan, Phil Craw-
ford, Bobby Denham, lsaac Dowdey, George
Dunv, Terry Granl, Elizabelh Green, Belly Haley,
Huberl Haley, Della Harmon, James Holsapple,
Mary Kendle, Charles Lamb, Ira Marlin, Glenn
Murphy, Clillord Rayburn, James F. Richardson,
Gus Roberlson, Jr., Elouise Rogers, Joe Rogers,
Jacqueline Sharborough, James Trevalhan, Myles
Tune, Jaunila Underwood, Frances Vance, Belly
Yancey, Wilmolh York.
SIXTH GRADE: Pal Clark, William Corbin,
Floyd Cunningham, Mindolyn Ervin, Mae Erwin,
Wanda Farmer, Gene Hale, Doris Harmon,
Glenda Hughes, Charles Kemp, Allred Lassiler,
Julia Lowry, Billy Marlin, C, W. McClure, Mary
McClure, Sadie McClure, Ema McKinney, Tollie
McMillen, Clara Miller, Lelricia Oulland, Dorlha
Rickman, Gloria Spann, Dolores Taylor, Ted
Thompson, Billy Thurman, James Vance, Bobby
Ward, Charles Washam, Dorlha Wilkerson, Vir-
ginia Wilkerson, Mary Willard, Eva Frances Woods.
SEVENTH GRADE: Evelyn Aharl, Jean Bullar-
worlh, Joan Farris, Kalhleen Gibbs, Waller Goode,
Dorolhy Hargrove, Hazel Hood, Kalhleen Key,
Hassell Kuykendall, Bill McMillen, Vera Millon,
W. D. Poyner, James Rickman, Flavil Roberlson,
June Robinson, Mariorie Shemwell, Kennelh
Slaughler, Roberl Smilh, Joe Spann, James Slory,
Billy Triplelr, Max Turnbow, Virginia Wilkinson,
Nancy Wolfson, Charles Workman.
EIGHTH GRADE: Bobbie Adams, Billy Alkins,
Ral Baker, Edward Boggess, Sara Bowden, Mary
Brown, Minnie Buchanan, Thomas Buchanan, Ever-
elle Davidson, Sam Ellioll, Billie Gingles, Myra
Granl, George Hargrove, Kale Houslon, Rosemary
Jellrey, Mildred Jones, Floyd McClure, Jewel
McKinney, Edd Parrish, Bobbie Nell Rogers, Emma
Russell, Harry Russell, Laurel Samples, Belly
Shroal, Dorolhy Smilh, Lucille Slallord, Bobs
Slewail, Duval Slove, Dorolhy Suiler, Pal Treva-
fhan Jack Ward, Naomi Whilnell, Eva York.
NINTH GRADE: Belva Armslrong, J. C. Arm-
slrong, Virginia Alkins, Huberl Barnes, Johnny
Boyd, Linda Callis, Billy Caudill, Joan Cohoon,
Olis Cohoon, J. D. Calhoun, Millon Dodd, Anna
Gibbs, Mary Goode, Charles Hale, Junior Harges,
Mary Huie, R. l'l. Hood, Jr., Mildred Knighl,
Margarel Lamb, Charles Lassiler, John Lovell,
H. W. Wilson, Harvey Mardis, Eugene Moore,
Emily Morris, Josephine Redden, Mary Risne'.
Robbie Richardson, Charles Robinson, Jacqueline
Roberlson, Jimmy Robinson, Fay Smilh, James
Thompson, Galen Thurman, Eva Wilkerson, Billy
Pool, John McMillan.
TENTH GRADE: Mary Buchanan, Charles Bau-
cum, Judilh Benedicl, Lexie Boggess, Loyd Boyd,
Belh Broach, Lesler Byres, Ouava Clark, Lurline
Cunningham, Harold Doran, Allen Ervin, Henry
Erwin, Frances l-arris, Harold Gibbs, Marvin
Harris, Harold Houslon, Joseph Hughes, Annie
Hulchens, Lavinia Jones, Margarel Lamb, Eliza-
belh McMillen, Sally McMillen, Marlha Poyner,
Buron Richardson, Anne Trevalhan, Ben Trevalhan,
Dorolhy Trevalhan, Joe Windsor.
ELEVENTH GRADE: Paul Alexander, Frances
Arnell, Mariorie Arnell, Larue Armslrong, Harue
Armslrong, Robbie Bogard, Corley Byres, Mary
Jane Corbin, John Cavill, Vernon Cohoon, Ann
Cope, Eris Cope, Larry Doyle, Ora Dunn, Ernesl
Farrow, Mary Fulrell, Jean Granl, Paul Haley,
Joan Harrell, Mrs. Opal Hincher, Zane Holcomb,
Lorene Hulchens, Jean Hurl, Clillord Jones, Belly
Lassiler, Mable Lamb, Vivian Lamb, Opal Mc-
Millen, Ora Miller, Velma McClure, Mary Rulh
Mason, James Newporl, John Nanney Ralph
Osborne, John Russell, Rulh Risner, Marion Shav-
borough, Dorolhy Samples, Randolph Slory J H
Theo-bald, Kalhleen Trevalhan, Hayland Taylor,
Collield Vance, Mancie Vinson, Dickie Wilcox,
Florello Wefls, Alberl Walson, Juanila Williams,
lHl U lllllClllSSlS
F. F. A.
This group, only Two years old, has shown more
improvemenT Than any oTher. LasT year The
FuTure Farmers oT The Training School ChapTer
received Third place in The FuTure Farmer Tield
day aT Sharp. KenTucl1y. The quarTeT placed sec-
ond in The sTaTe while one member, Ralph Gingles,
was named as a STaTe Farmer and elecTed vice-
presidenl' oT The sTaTe. WiTh mosT oT Their orig-
inal groupumuch is expecTed oT Them This year.
The deba+e Team, coached by Mr. Vernon An-
derson, consisTs oT Bill Washburn, Richard Ghol-
son, Harold Glen Doran, Richard Boggess, Mancie
VincenT, Charles Callis, Charles Clark, CorTez
Byres and Gene Graham. The Team has won
Three OT Tour debaTes already This year and is
improving rapidly. A Tine Team is expecTed To
represenT The Training School in The TournamenTs
The mixed chorus, direcTed by Miss Mariorie
PalmquisT, is in iTs second year oT exisTence. LasT
year This group raTed excellenT in The annual music
conTesTs aT Murray STaTe College. BoasTing a
larger group and a year's experience, The mixed
chorus is expecTing a beTTer showing This year in
The conTesTs. Much improvemenT already has
been shown over lasT year's chorus.
The Training School chapTer oT The NaTional
BeTa Club consisTs oT Those having a sTanding oT
B or above. OTTicers are as Tollows: Gene Gra-
ham, presidenTq Richard Gholson, vice-presidenT7
lmogene Bailey, secreTary: MarTha Hood, Treas-
urer. The BeTa Club has enTerTained Their new
members wiTh a parTy and carried on iniTiaTion.
Miss RoberTa WhiTnah is Their sponsor.
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
The Home Economics Club has been organized
Tor several years. The work oT This club has made
possible many banqueTs Tor various oTher clubs
and classes in The Training School. Besides pre-
paring The annual Junior-Senior banqueT and F.
F. A. FaTher-Son banqueT They have dinners and
parTies oT Their own. Sponsor This year is Mrs.
RoberTa SeaT Rudd, Home Economics criTic.
The Murray Training School OrchesTra consisTs
oT pupils who Talce music in The Training school.
The orchesTra plays aT chapel and aT The school
plays. This adds much To The enTerTainmenT and
is greaTly enjoyed by The sTudenTs.
WiTh Miss Lora Frisby as sponsor, The Training
School DramaTic Club has presenTed Three one-
acT plays. WiTh one oT These plays our club, or-
ganized only This year won TirsT place in a con-
TesT oT one-acT plays sponsored by The college
dramaTic deparTmenT. This conTesT was enTered
by many oT The surrounding high schools. OTTicers
OT The club are: lmogene Bailey, presidenTg Jane
Corbin, vice-PresidenT1 MarTha Hood, secreTary.
TIT!-Tl N SCH
The aThleTic Teams oT Murray Training School, in The
lasT Tew years have Turned in excepTionally Tine records.
The C.olTs, long a doormaT oT WesTern KenTucky baskeT-
ball, came up lasT year wiTh a Team ThaT Tinished The
season wiTh I3 wins againsT 5 losses. This Team was
chosen To represenT The Purchase in The preliminary
Purchase-Pennyrile meeT and won over WheaTcroTT, re-
ceiving a Trophy. LaTer The Training School deTeaTed
Murray High School, counTy winner, in a DisTricT Tourney
Thriller. The Team Topped iTs season by winning The
Jackson Purchase ConTerence. This year's Team is wiTh-
ouT many oT The sTars oT lasT year and lacking in experi-
ence, buT are expecTing To win Their share oT The games
beTore The season is gone. Much improvemenT has
been already shawn over The games played earlier in
The season and sTeady increases in power have been
BaskeTbaIl schedule Tor This season, pending, is as Tol-
lows: Alumni, here: Aurora, here: BenTon, There: Wingo.
here: CenTral l-ligh of ClinTon, There: FulTon, There:
Groves High oT Paris, Tenn., here: Bardwell, There: Mil-
burn, here: Lowes, here: ClinTon, here: Puryear, here:
ST, Mary's oT Paducah, There: Reidland, There: Trigg
CounTy oT Cadiz, There.
The Training School Track Team also has a very impres-
sive record. ln I939 They were champions oT The Jack-
son Purchase ConTerence. LasT season Joe Robinson,
880 man, won The STaTe Track MeeT in ThaT showing.
This year's hopes are somewhaT darker, buT wiTh Robinson
back along wiTh a Tew oTher TirsT and second place win-
ners oT meeTs, The Training School looks Torward To a
Tairly successTul season aT This sporT.
The loss oT Three OT lasT year's sTarTing Tive
was a severe blow To The ColTs, buT They have
sTeadily improved unTil iT seems ThaT They will
be almosT as sTrong as lasT year's Jackson Purchase
ConTerence winners. PicTured aT leTT are: For-
wards Richard ArmsTrong, Joe Robinson, Marvin
T l-larris, and Richard Gholson: CenTers W, D.
Adams and J. l-l. Theobald: Guards John Nanney,
Charles Clark, John LoveTT, and CapTain Gene
Graham: Coach CliTTon Thurman and Manager
Sam EllioT. Members oT The Team noT in The
picTure are CenTers Paul Alexander and Gene
Moore, and Forwards Dickie Wilcox and Richard
RecenT games have shown ThaT The ColTs are a
much improved ouTTiT. STarTing aT The TirsT oT
The season wiTh very liTTle maTerial, Coach Thur-
man has Tinally worked ouT a combinaTion ThaT
seems desTined To Take iTs share oT This year's
A greaT aid To The CoITs on The baskeTball Tloor
are The cheerleaders. For The lasT Tew years,
since The Team has showed promise, The cheer-
leaders have been TaiThTul supporTers oT our
school. They have done more, worked harder To
esTablish a Tine school spiriT Than any oTher ones.
And They have succeeded. AT almosT every game
away Trom home The lasT Two years The cheer-
leaders have eiTher secured The bus or enough
cars To Take a goodly porTion oT The Training
School sTudenT body To The games. Cheerleaders
elecTed Tor This year are, Trom leTT To righT: Bill
Washburn, MarTha Belle Hood, Mariorie Bowden,
and Mancil VincenT.
MURRAY TATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
A STANDARD STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
American AssociaTion oT Teachers Colleges, SouThern AssociaTion oT Colleges and
Secondary Schools, KenTucl4y AssociaTion oT Colleges and Secondary Schools, NaTional
AssociaTion oT Schools oT Music, American Council on EducaTion, Teachers College
ExTension AssociaTion, NaTional AssociaTion oT Commercial Teacher-Training lnsTiTu-
Tions, Approved Library School.
Summer Session Opens June I6, I94I
Fall SemesTer Opens SepTember 22, l94l
Spring SemesTer Opens February 2, I942
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL
The mosT imporTanT announcemenT oT The year is ThaT The Degree oT MasTer oT
ArTs in EducaTion will be conTerred aT The Murray STaTe Teachers College on
sTudenTs TulTilling The requiremenTs Tor This degree. GraduaTe courses leading
up To This degree will become a parT oT The regular curriculum, beginning wiTh
The Summer Session oT I94l.
CHOICES OPEN TO STUDENTS
Murray provides Training Tor The Tollowing:
I. Those preparing To become Teachers, principals, supervisors or superinTendenTs
2. Those desiring a liberal arTs degree, eiTher A.B. or B.S.
3. Those desiring The degree oT Bachelor oT Music.
4. Those desiring The degree oT Bachelor of Science in Home Economics.
5. Those desiring The degree oT Bachelor oT Science in AgriculTure.
6. Those desiring To prepare Tor The proTession oT law, medicine, denTisTry, or The-
Special Emphasis ls Placed on Scholarship, HealTh, EFfecTive Use of English, and The
DevelopmenT of CharacTer, PersonaliTy, and Professional Skills
An ExcellenT Physical PlanT-Large and BeauTi'Ful Campus-Twelve New and Well-
U Equipped Buildings
For caTalogue and Tull inTormaTion address
JAMES H. RICHMOND. PRESIDENT
MURRAY TATE COLLEGE
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WELCOME! MURRAY STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
MEET YOUR FRIENDS
CLUBS and BANOUETS
JACKSON HOTEL COMPANY
Dave Quarles, Manager
EAT AND ENJOY
Goldbloom Ice Cream
EVERY DAY IN SOME
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ALL THE LATEST STYLES
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MURRAY'S FINEST AND LARGEST
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