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Those of the present, with the en- viable hope that the future will hold success and progress for our Alma Mater as has the past. G X. 992.15-Q THE HE decorative theme of the 1930 Kentuckian has been taken from the art of the present. It is in the present that new ideals of po- litical democracy and intellectual lib- erty are being formed. The belief that divine powers are not jealous of the human mind is almost universally be- ing learned. Men have come to hope and unceasingly strive for knowledge and goodness, which is the goal of mortal endeavor, It is through this decorative theme that we remind you of the great World War, which marked the begin- ning of the present customs, beliefs and ideals. PREPAREDNESS PARADES LBXlNG'1'0N,KY. l9l7 geaszjw an N the 1930 Kentuckian we present to you a panorama of the past year's events. It is our sincere desire that in future years, as you turn these pages, you will live again your college life at the Uni- versity of Kentucky. May this volume be an inspira- tion that will ever stimulate your efforts toward her future progress. 1 1 r 1 'The Gdifvf- THE. FIRST HUNDRED THOUSAND CGNTENTS JIQI wb 00,9 Page THE UNIVERSITY . 9 CLASSES . ..... 27 FEATURES . .... 105 ORGANIZATIONS. . 141 ATHLETICS .... 259 ACTIVITIES . . 293 , jgg - -7 si' -Q-1' in ST2BmurianL ARTHUR McQUISTON MILLER Trofessor Emeritus of Geology and Former 'Dean of the College of cvlrts and Science LUCIEN SEBASTIN KEACH Class of 1930 HELEN SAMPSON Graduate 1928 ELIZABETH THORNTON HELM Former Student WILLIAM HOWARD DEBORD Class of 1933 ALBERT DARNELLE HUSK Class of 1928 '-.2 k :asp Nqr: 99' El? 5 4 J"5 . 11 it luv ,IQ . 1. s DM A . f- .,,... A 24:59 gf :.-gg iufgg . Jai 'Serif' . '50 'B' - RQ an x IVE RS ITY .QS sq? -.v' .as "'x... ::L- . ' 41, ,-5. V - "' -..-5 X..Z E 1 1 l 'X .5 N I Agriculture Buillfdliug Mlkcmoriml Hfalllll Q-...z 5 331930 KENIUQKIANF e N. K-' -. .4 .ay --""' SM L The CPresident FRANK LEROND MCVEY B-A-. LL-D-, Ohio Vvesluynng IT.D.. University of Alabama: Ph.D Y . Delta.: Phi ,Bum Kappa: Omlm-51: Dcltn Kappa: Dvlm Sigma Pig Sigmnaga. Qgmliogagxvmf page number 1,449g Present Ofhce since 1917. ' ' if" i .22 1 .. -5 ' W H ,I I Q . I I I. ll I. I 'I xv Q if-I --. ' 1 'n ' 35,4 6 . f . f I - .iii ,- ,D ..i-- 4 Q -L .... '44' f 4 EAW E .ff l930 KENIUQKIAN .. 1 v sv? Deans I .I 'l'1-IUMAS Por: COOPER , l Q College of fl-UI'il'llHllI'l' ' " Q l3.S. in Agriculture, University l, '. Jf Minnesota, IQOSQ Sigma Xi, ' . Alpha Zetag Acacia Fratg Ep- ' A silon Sigma Phig Who's Who, -H. 'Q , x page number 54.63 Present Of- 'I ' lice since 1918. I ' 4 I PAUL PRENTICE BOYD Collage of fI1'f.v and Slfil'7l1'l' 1 I. A.li., Pl1.D., Oberlin College, Cornell University, Sigma Xi, " , Sigma Delta Chig Pi Mu Ep- ' silong Who's Who, page 337Q Present Oflice since 1917. ' , o u , N . l ' Envvmua WIEST ' 4 I College of Conmwrcz: , 1 l A.B., A.M., Ph.D., G. W. U. ' Columbia, Phi Sigma Kappa , Delta Sigma Pig Beta Gamma x Sigma, Who's Who, page 2,217 ' Present Oflice since 1918, Pro- . fessor of Economics. 4 I I . U zo . 'I' at x,,fQ S' l :-.4 ?'. -- A--. ' ,az ef - 5' -Q i AS' v 1930 KENIULKIMC' ' Deans I -. I , I. WILLIAM bE1f11MUa if-111.011 7 Q , . lx College of Ezlurafion '. ' W li.S.A., M.S., Pl1.D., lnclianag 5' ' Kentuckyg Wiseonsing Colnm- . A 7 biag Alpha Zeta, Kappa Delta L 'N l Pi, Phi Delta Kappag Present ' N Olliee since 1923. I .l I, . l ALVIN I+.I.EALAR I1.vANa , College of Law ' ' 1 A.B., A.M., P11.D., LD., Cot- nerg Michigang Delta Theta Phig Order of thc Coifg VVho's VVho, page number 73OQ Present l Office since 1927. X 9 .l 1 I, , F. PAUL ANDERSON I ' College of E7lgi7Il'1'!'ilIy , l . ' B.M.E., NLE., Pnrdueg Sigma ' Xig Triangleg Tau Beta Pig K Wl1o's Who, page number X725 ' ' Present Ollice since 1891. ' 0 I .I . I, 21 7 I I' A Q.- X 5 251 ia: - e 1 1 ' 2-is-' . ' At JAN ve ee ...,,, 1 v u 0 1 . 1 , L ' 5 -1 A 12113 3311 I . 1 I .0 TZ' Deans WILLIAM DIQLBERT FUNKI-IOUSER Grmlzmte School 1 A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D., Wabashg Cornellg Phi Beta I Kappag Sigma Xig Kappa Sigmag Omicron Delta Kappag Omega Beta Pig Wh0's Who, page number 826g Present Of- fice since 1918. SARAH GIBSON BLANDING . Dean of Wor1ze11 7 AB., M.A., Kentuckyg Colora- dog Mortar Boardg Kappa Kap- pa Gammag Present Oliice since I924. COLUMBUS RUnoL1'1'1 MELCI-ima Dean of M071 , AB., M.A., Hanover Collegeg Delta Tau Deltag Omicron Delta Kappag Who's Who, page number 1,457g Present OH'ice since 1914. 4 4 22 gjf-g J n X A P f Q J an---M vf ll 4 E C9 e :Q H'l z -4 : n E P z VN I 111 i. I ' I v I930 KIELUCKQN 5 I I I L " A ,M ilu: A ' Q G- fTil'3I 5 1 I I K L . E ni., ' l e ffm-, u O I 'I I E I . mfg ggi? , . . ' W I . 1 X: i . I s A f . wg .. A I - 5 A E I A, ' ina. K :M V ' 1 . A I - I u Men s Szlzruudlcnrt Council ' ' 1 OFIPICERS HENRY SMITH Sco'I"1' .... ...... .......... . P rr-.ridcnl TI-IOMAS L. RILEY . . .... ...... V inr-1'rc.vidcnt ' BENJAMIN LEROY .... . . Secrflary and Treasurer ' ' A SIENIORS Callfgf. n A H. S. Sco'I"I' . ...... . . Agriculture C. COLVIN . .... . . Engineering ' , RonEII'I' OYDIEAR . . . Law I. L. COLLINS . . . . Agriculture WAI,'I'IzR D. VEs'I' . . .... Commerce ' O. K. BARNES . . . . . . Arts and Science N BANKER WIII'I'E . . .... . . . EdllC3ti0l1 ' 0 JUNIORS ' TOM L. RILEY ...... . . Arts :Ind Science REX AI.I.IsoN . . . . . Commerce ' JAMES DYE . . ...... , , Ag,-iculm,-e I-I. AIILEY . ....... , Education SoI1IIoMoIzEs U , BENJAMIN C. LEROY ........ . . EI'IgineeI-ing . W. A. BRUCE . ...... . . . Engineering F RESINIMEN - J. D. ALEXANDER . . ....... . . Engineering I O 2 . 3 t , I' A if' f? l ,,, J -.-ig 4-A--. - xv -A-- .I 'rm ' Z AW imc KE IULKIANKA J X., I 5 1 - . ,. Woman s Afdlmnlmlnsltralfcxlvc COILIIJUIQCIIH OFFICERS IMOGIENIE Smrm . . . . . . . . Przxvidenl MARX' M0oRla MII.'l'0N . . . . . . Srcrctary MARGARET TREACY . . . . Treasurer 'lvlllzuhcth ffl'llIll1'l' .. Y. VV, 11. A. President Kathryn Muwlllhuns 'l'l'i'IJk!lf.ll, PI'0SlI1l?lll Cora Polk ....... ..... B oyd Hull Prrzslrlcllt Ellznhcth Hood .. Delta Zctn. President Mllclrml lburlloy .... Pnttcrsmm I-Inll President lqftghlw-11 Fltgh ,,,,,,, Knppn, Dcltn, Pruslflullt Mlnnic Plpgg .... .... S mlth Hull Proslrlrnt Imogene Smlth.Knmm Kstmm Gummn Pruslrlrsnt Hmcrnlc-0 Hyland ....... W. S. G. A. Prvsldent Bcrnluo Bylunrl .... Zvtn. Tnn Alnhlt Prusldunt Mrs. Lola Robinson ...... Phi R1-tn Ilrvsldent Mury Montgomery . V.-Pros. Frcshmnn UISLHH Lulu Cullls .......... Mortar Board Pmsldc-nt Juno Dyer Scc'rntury Freshman Class Kathleen Fltrh .. 'Phcta Sigma Phi President Gcormettn. Wnllcur . V.-Prvs. Sophomoru Class Katherine K. Wllsnn . Chi Delta Phi Prnslrlcnt Eloise Dlrzlcinsnn .. Svc'r0tm'y Sophrmmrn Class Dorothy Throlkelcl . Phl Upsllnn Omlrron Prr-s. Jztnu Gnor-h ..... Alnhn Delta Thntn Pre-sidmfnl Rntty llulottc ...,. Alpha Xl Deltst Presirlsmt lflllznhcth Erschell . Alpha Gnmmn. D1-ltu. Pr-us. Bcrxmrrllnc Mason . Beta Slgnm Omlr-ron Pros. Mary Moore Milton Chl Olnm-pm Prvsldcnt Eff? Mm'garut flundlff .... Jann C. Kenney Vic:c-Pros. Junior Class .. .. Sncrctnry Junlm' Class l"1'zu1r:ns Buslcutt. . .. . . .Vir-1--Prvs. Sl-nlor Class l7'Allls Clmpmun Imurn 1'uttlp:r1-w Ellen Minnilmn .. 24 . . . . . S01-rctury Scnlfrr Claws . . . . Su-ky H,0llI't'S0lltiLlZlVG . . Stroller Rupruscntntlve S 2 -6 11 'Y --- i lM- v ' la: . s t v 'I N v R -z JAN E S Q- 1930 KENIULKIAN f rx S 'Wif' ' .1 5 , , 'Q fx , I. 13 gjk.gf,, 1 I N ' 1 ' , 1 Xen , ' w Q vw!! 'I MV V6 1 D N h I ' Xwtyhl I ' , X l 1' -5 . f I v ' A L. "- A M ' .LA N 1 5, '5 . ' ' 1 I . 0 4 I Wnmen's Stncdlent Government Assnemtnon ' OFFICERS A v ' BERNICE BYLAND . .... .... .... . . 1're.sidL-nt I N CORA Pom: , . . . . . . . . Vice-I'rrsidcnt ' EDYTHE REYNOLDS . . - . . . Secretary u JANE BLAND . .... .... . . Trz-asurcr ' MINNIIE Plan, I'r:.'xidrlzl Smilh Ilall , Q MILDRED DUDLEY, Prvxidmzt I'a1!wr.von Ilall I . MERfll!ERS . HELEN DALE JESSIE KENDALL BETSY BENNE11' EVELYN FORD DALE SMITH KA'l'l'lERINlE KHNNIEIDX' ' LOUISE WENDT Er,1SE DERICKSON MARION SANDS ' - 4 I . - O 25 lo' A N all v --- - '-wk' v J-97 ge X Z W ' Z E Q- v , -f YY l 1 151930 KENIUCKIAN F D X- ' Pnor. R. D. MCINTYRE A' Chairman Tlhe University of Kentucky 'Vespers - l ,HIS YEAR, for the first time, the new Memorial Auditorium has made possible the Sunday afternoon vesper services. The programs for these 'I services have been arranged so as to give the University community an ' l l hour of the finest musical literature each week. Organizations co-operat- ' - ing to make the vesper services a success were: The University Philharmonic orches- '- . tray the University Concert Bandg the University Choir, the Meu's and Wo111en's L l Glee clubsg the University String Quartetg the MacDoWell Clubg and various church I ' choirs and organists from the city of Lexington. Soloists and speakers appearing on ' the programs have included Dr. Sidney Durst, organistg Miss Enid McClure, or- '. 1 ganist, and Miss Dorothy Robb, violinist, of the Cincinnati College of Music, Mr. L I Barre Hill, baritone, of the Chicago Civic Opera Companyg Mr. Story Turner, tenor, l ' of Chicagog Miss Caroline Pike, pianist, and Mrs. Eugene Bradley, organist, from ' I Georgetown Collegeg President C. M. Dannely, Kentucky Wesleyali College, Bishop l Q H. P. Almon Abbott, Lexington Diocese, President Charles J. Turk, Centre College, ' ' President Elmer G. Campbell, Transylvania Collegeg President Marshall Adams, ' Georgetown Collegeg President Louis R. Akers, Asbury College, and our own presi- A dent, Dr. Frank L. McVey. ' O 6 . ai, 2 Q' r N' W- " e ' 1 l c ft N -N i Ak- i - - -sa- D ,::- S 155, . .5 1 I, 1 Ei' CTT..-5 f 4 A Q C ,-215' ,AQ Y 'Z' c-', S --7. .-- 0 I Q, 147:-3 -i' 4 , x L. .J-A-. CLASSES D U1 ,tl-E -gn-. Q W1 F '6 K ' 45 GQ 9 GN. V Y Q- bib lvx - 1 ml fu -xx 01 -gy I930 KENTUCKIAN WN Ir N33 f -X N . .f ' U 1- - 4 r. -'Il P0 1 YQ-if 4 'V - - W ' i , 1 I - A " ' x .1 N f L Q D f V 1 .tr . ' E ? i W , ,f x i Y I was K D'Nlf.Nl1n' l km ESX, 1 'SN flsib 0'f9N f?x ........? - g -- Il QQXX .41 :se v 1 - SS,:?" 4 , X550 SS:-W gag my I ini.-g N as J.-Nw gm? 'EI If H l930 KENTUCKIAN M ip 'if' 1ig,,QIvm2.R M I My :P ,hz-f ft 1 Jil x, 4-1. JAMES R. AENER HENRY A. ADAMS MARY CHRISTIAN ADAMS MRS. NELLIE E. ADAMS CIIARLES EDWARD ALLEN HARRY RAYMOND ALLEN NATI-IAN B. ALLISON WILLIAM PIOMIZR ARNOLD ESTON JACKSON ASIIER HARVEY ARTIIUR BABE ROBERT H. BAKER CHARLES OTI-IO BANTA DUKIE BARBER MRS. EDNA SHIVHLL BAUCOM CICERO HENRY BERNARD LAWRENCE FRANCIS BISCHOF YIHRVEY PARKS BOONE EARLE G. BORMAN JAMES M. BOSWIELL PFHOMAS DAVID BOYD VIRGINIA DRUIE POYD CAROLINE EI.IZAl'1l5'l'H BROWN HATTIE M. BRUMBACK TIIOMSON RIPLEY BRYANT ROEERT C. BUI.I.OCK H. C. BURNE'I'l'E I'IUGH S. CALKINS G. W. CAMPBELL KATIE DALTON CARPENTER EMILE BARTON CAVALLO LEO MARTIN CHAMIIERLAIN HENRY CI.AY CHAMEERS WILIIUR W. CHAMEERS KEII CHINC CIIEN JULIA CI.ARK ELIZAEETII STARLING CLAY MRS. WILLIAM M. CLAY 'IKHOMAS I-IENRY COATES CIIARI.IE CODE ELOISE KIR'l'I,EY CONNER VIRGINIA KING CONROY JESSE JAMES COOP FLORENCE CROWDER ADEI.INE CUEEAGE RAYMOND E. CULBERTSON MRS. VIRGINIA D. CURREY MARION I. DAVIS CHARLES LENARD DEES CI.AIRE PIENRY DEES OI.IVE DOUGLASS JAMES ALEXANDER EI.AM FRED A. ENGL!! JULIA R. EWAN EDWIN P. EWERS Students of the Graduate School FIRST SEMESTER, 1929-30 ROl1l2R'l' PRICE EWING' MRS. MARGARET H. M. A, FILSON HELEN VIRGINIA FISIIER NORMAN FITCII EDITH G. FORD NE'l"l'IIi B. FOSTER WILLIE ANN FRAAS OSCAR FITZGERALD GAI.I.OWAY PAUL D. GARD LUCY BLAKEMORE GARDNER WAYNE WILEURN fTARNEI"l' PAUL L. GARRli'I"l' JAMES EDWARD GATES HAZEL ANN fHBSON ANNA D. GILI. JAMES PHILIP fH.liNN J. W. GRAYEEAL HOWARD H. fTROVES MARGARET ADAMS GUNN MRS. I.UI.U COOPER I-IALE WILLIAM ALDERT I'IARBOI.Il LAURA LUCILIE HARP MARSHALL DEES HARRIS 'JAMES B. I-IEIRD TIARRY EUGENE HENDRICK HENRY J. HERVEY KATE GRAY HllEA'I"I' fTEORGIi H. I-IIERONYMUS HERBERT 'FALMAGIE HIGGINS ELLERY HINSON YANCY CARMAN TIOLBROOK HENRY BERT HOLMES MRS. SARAH B. I-IOI.MES LUCY BE'l'IIEL HOLT JAMES B. HOL'l'ZCI.AW SAMUEL L. ISBELL MARY KA'l'llliRlNIi JASPER DOROTHY RUTII JOHNSON VINSON LAIR JOHNSON LESLIE P. JONES DURBIN C. KEMPER JAY B. KENYON MRS. MARGARE'I KII.BY ELMER JAMES KII,PA'FRICK HELEN fTAI.VIN KING WILLY MARTINA KING OLIS C. KIN'l'NER .EDWIN L. KIRK ROY KNIGHT CHARLES F. KREWSON JOHN WILDUR I..ANCAS'I'ER LOUISE MCNEILI. LANDRUM A. J. LAWRENCE gs u-5 rw -Q an 5 we-is vffiex f": S xi N Y ig' -sl! s-xy N N,-24 Q gr ' -4 , . .-. .I--5 xx' f lr. fy .i-'X S . . XSL.- -CS.-. Q -' Qu Q9 X-I ,, fl Xxggifl Q? FAI.CONER WlZNlJliI.I. M. LAYMAN AIILEIEN LEMONS WM. S'I'I'IWAR'I' LIESTER, SR. HAROLD FOREST LINK DOROTHY LINVILLE CORNEI.IUS R. LISANEY MRS. JAMIE BRONSTON LONG ELLEN W. LOUDENSLAGER JAMES rI'HOMAS LOWE HARRY RICHMOND LYNN LUCY EDELIN MCCXAW VIRGINIA MCCLURE WILLIAM LAWSON MCGILI. A. F. MCGUIRE MRS. ESTHIZR I.. MCGUIRE GENEVA O. MCGUIRE SAMUEL H. MCGUIRE MAUIDIi C. MCINTEER GLADYS R. MCWHORTER JO HAZEL MCWHORTER VIRGINIA H. MARRS MAEEL KICRR MARSIIAI.I. ERNEST DEXTER MARTIN MARY'LI5WlS MARVIN M. rI'AYLOR MATIIERS W RUTH ELIZABETH MATHE JAMES WARREN MAY HENRY I-IOIISON MAYSE EI.IzAnETH B. MILLER J. LESTER MII.I.ER JOHN STAPP MITCIIELL ELLEN RUTH MOEEITT GAYLE A. MOIINEY WILLIAM J. MOORE ETI-IEL ANNE MORGAN DAVID W. NANKIVEL WILLIAM G. NASH JOIIN THOMAS NEAL WILLIAM EDGAR NEWEOI.T ROY HAMILTON OWSLEY HOVEY DUNCAN PALMORE R. SMITII PARK NOAII J. PARSONS GEORGE WILLARD PATTON ALRERT PEARCE SALLIE ELIZABE'l'H PENCE MORRIS ROEERT PEPPER GEORGE E. PERRY ELIZABETH PETERS ELIzAEE'I'H W. PINKERTON M, E. POTTER ALIIERT B. POUNDSTONE RALPH D. PURDY AIIICIQ TAYLOR RAGLAND fx l"N I S BERTRAND P. RAMSAY WILLIAM LEITNER RAST ELLIS M. REEVES SUSAN OWINGS RICHARDS FRAEURE B. RICIIARDSON D. 0. ROBERTS HELEN PORTER ROBERTS LYDIKA FI.ORENCE ROEERTS ROLAND ROBERTS VIRGINIA LEE ROBINSON EDITH BEI.LE ROSE EDGAR ROYSE CI.EM WILSON RUSSELL HENNETI' T. SANDEFUR . FRED W. SCIIAEFHR ELLEN SCOTT A. M. SHEI.TON WILLIAM A. SHEI.TON MRS. W. A. SIIELTON T. W. SKINNER EVELYN SLATER CORNELIUS C. SMITII VVALLACIE SMITH OMA SMITH SOPER CORA MARIE SPRAGUE GELU S. STAMATOFF HELEN ASHCRAFT STANLEY EMMA RITCHIE STEVENSON G. A. STONE LLOYD EVERE'I"I' rfEAGUE JACK Tl'IOMPSON JESSIE TII.'l'0N RALPH BECKHAM TYREE ANDREW J. WALKER C. S. WALTMAN HA'l"l'IE C. WARNER CHARLES T. WARREN . CLARENCE OLNEY WARREN RODERT WM. WATERFILL WILLIAM G. WATKINS JAMES R. WELCH WYLIE BRODBECK WENDT BELL IRVIN WII.EY MRS. MANDY LEE WILLIAM ELLA BOND WILSON GI.ADYs MORTON WILSON MARY EI.lZABE'l'!-I WILSON NANCY MARY WILSON ROGER CLAY WOMACK ROIIERT MARVIN WOODSON HERMAN WORSHAM EMMA LOU WORTEN RALPH COLLIER VVYATI' FRANCIS LORRAINE YOST ALICE CONRAD YOUNG 'S "S -. S SQ- S0 fl ' fi 5 x 4 , 2 - .. -g,,J"W 15,37 N if l930 KENTUCKIAN I im ,i"XH,, yma' g W Y QSAAV 'Qi : - fif 1 1 . 1 ' ka-9-T- F f? kv Q DORIS SNITNI' U.. .N ,- 5 ag. Q i -N 14,2 Q. IQQQN X333 X hi sy at N -, N ........,3R, i 'I NN x 1 X. x of wig! Q,-'Jz Q. -'X W X rfgs' ',:j S JA, sl .15 ' "":- NNN ., N9 , Nw .- -SX., 'N Q .....g.O, ' .1 NZ' 'S ,, -is Z tvs? X 515,57 Qy' , Ly 3 V l m ' QQ ? . Q 61,0 1? - X he Ateifgmsg-gg lmao lo5NrucmAN I E-,,:Q,kX 'I I ' Ngvyy ' --- 4? -:if -Q 1 ' ' ll-llisrtoury of the Class of 11930 r J. H. CALLAWAY H istofian IS EAST and West is West, but here the twain did meet in the fall of 1926 to form the Class of 1930 at the University of Kentucky. Banded together to- seek for itself the pleasures of life that come through l the development of a more learned mind. In that September, now nearly four years past, the coveted goal seemed an eternity awayg an eternity to be spanned in four mammoth strides, each of which could hardly be realized in its extent. The acclimatization stride, though timid and hesitant it may have been, brought meager laurels to its perpertrators. This process of seasoning was goaded to a satis- facory end through kindly advice or force, as the case merited, administered by the faculty or upper classmen. The "Foolish" year was fertile time for the sprouting of the hidden seeds of prominence and we entered it with a worldly air of confidence. Our members began to assert their rights to positions among the leaders in campus affairs. Such a time was only necessary to prepa1'e us for our rightful positions in the proud class of the present. ' Then, as the fruits of leadership, scholarship and athletic ability were borne from these seedlings of the previous year the Class of 1930 was looked upon as one with exceptional qualities. We have failed in only one thing. We could not waken those dormant rcquisites of fame that lay hidden under the surface of so many of our members. Even though this be true, one slight failure does not wipe out success, and we are glad to know that our own wealth of admirable traits will balance those laid on the scales of fortune by any group who now calls Old Kentucky, "Alma Mater." Now, with the fourth stride nearing completion, we look back and can visualize only one short, pleasant step that has carried us to our goal. A step beset with joy, good times, profitable experiences, gainful knowledge, happy memories and enviable traditions. All these things have been proffered by our "Fostering Mother," the Uni- versity, and we pray that by our future actions we may prove ourselves deserving of them. We are sorry that the tottering steps of some who started with us became so uncertain as to leave them behind, because they, too, would enjoy the riches from which we have gleaned the nectar. - And now, Alma Mater, as we depart upon our various roads to fame in the many fields to which you have opened the gates for us, we sincerely wish that you may live a long and prosperous life in your efforts to give to future generations that which ye-u have so kindly imparted to us, and may' they, as we ask the power to do, carry your banners o'er heights of usefulness to the loftiest peaks of success. 4- hs 1 'Q 5 fl 1 -r- Q- SQA .LQSSSQ 6:15 n,zSsQ 4-gs N ,Wh Q9 xS?'0 '93 5-:EZ ' Nsg:-5'9 fl ww s " X - - Q Q :W lx - O N N 54.m4.q?'N ff l930 KENTUCKIAN 13 II? xmgmwmklz A -MA PE E- 1 -' E- 4 4 QQ GUY? Seniors , SCHIOTS I 1 1 cLAss CLASS OFFICERS OFFICERS JOHN C. BENSON FRANCES BASKETT President Vice-Prrsident KATHRYN GATL11vF Q 0 J' H' FAQLAWAY Gifmrian Hulormn JOHN W. PENNEL MARY M' MILTON - Poet Orator J. HENRY LEw1s Bus. Mgr. "Kentuckian" VIRGIL L. CoUcH Editor "Kentuclaian" X' - oo Q0 0 uf- X Lge X fllii-Q x S . Q QQ Q. ,W KC' X S, 5 Y- 9 ... 1 ' A H 11,2-5:QQ Q.- is ex gf, xx 1 1' N - ........E5'3 V ' 5 nv ' '- v - v v--.3 sbxerv Elf, E34 XSSEHP Nbffljsff Q 5 l ' - ' 6 f N , W 'N - 0 0 41 QA 7 Q 0 xN A X ,L W fm 1-,gf -A gf i930 KENTUCKIAN -3? ff -mmm W1 N J , " 5-as ' , ' N .-Q-' -" --- - x , 1. e - ,f f ---- f NNE: Q, S, I ,,-, Jq. 1 ,Q N-an O Q 4 , 6' O f c 'a n Scnwrs , Scmcors . College of cdgrzculture gl ', College of Mgrzculture U--il. ' Akcnm C. AUSHNBAUGH CHARLES EUGENE BORTNER DAWSON SPRINGS, KY, BURGIN, KY. ILS. in Agriculture ILS. in Agricullure JAMES WALTON BROWN 04' ,- A 1' P OWEN Buooxsuuzn ' . BUFFALO, N. Y. PAOUCAH, KY. .. A , , , " B.S. in A riculture B.S. zu Agrxcullure ' 9 ' ,w,'?' Ag'-mulnur-A1 Soreiutyg P1-Aslcnmr Ag- ,Z . V92 rIcuH.urul SO:-luty, '29p XVinnnr of ' Blmek :md Bridle Stock Judging Contest, '28, Jsssn LOGAN COLLINS A 1' P Q 3 5' ,N 1 6 5 I-IHNRY B. CRAVENS Fr,nM1NcsnuRc, KY. ' D' Llvm, KY. .... B.S. 171 Agrzculiure c' 0 G- 'o ILS. in Agriculture A Z l'rosI1l1-nt: 'Y. M. C. A.: VIr:c:-1"rnsi- I! L v. M. cr. A., 'zag snr Stl t Mews Studnpt Counr-ll, '29, '30: jftllllmwtl .29. mug Rmgou 38115132- Prcsldunt Alpha Zeta, '29, '30: Pun- HMM, AK... Book' ,291 Vim-pmsldent Poutlkon' '29' ,307 Alpha Znta Fresh' llnlve-rally ol' Kunturrky 4-II Clubg man Sc-lmlfu'sl1i11: Wuil Sf,-holrwshlpg Cosmupolltgm Club. Pitkin Club. lmlry .Tudglng 'l'Mun, '29. Am.l,.ulml.M'Society' ' 'Qi 1 . ' X Ob- , lVlON'l'A V. Fkxsnv IRVINE HAGIN Ckossv ' ' 7'm'fR"'Y ROAD: KY- K 2 , ILS. in Agriculture SIMPSONVILLE, xv. B.S. in Agriculture ' CHARLES WALMZR JONES 'If A 6 l.EXING'l'0N, KY. CLAIBORNE 'FRUMAN HENSON X Q: , B.S. in Agriculture X B.S. in Agriculture .Q l"'U'j1 M'1.11H'- '27. '28: Omlcron Del- , y UL lxammm: Lnnm and Crossg Block MAYSHCK' KY' N :mil Hrldlup Agrlweulturzml Society. 'Al 0 .9 Q, 0 9 9 fn.. rs-xx 45-5 ,si ,, agssgx ,zermsg 4'::9Q AIZSSQ .499 N QS - -.--- S s - ' ' 9 J-f 'x -- v 58" ' TJ iw - --gf Qs" -S-1 BJ S539 Nasa f X W A Of - 4F ia 9 ' Q ,W -X - N N if-M 4.5 in if 1930 m2NTucmAN E3 uf' XRm,,, vmwg x' -355 - - 1- .' W Y ' - ,gf 1- : ...Qsqkq Qi : ,jf is-Y aff 1 i9,-,x,57,-- A --, , ,- ' 4 67 0 K ef C rg S o X fl, , CIUIIUTS ' ff' SCIIIROTS I if Q 1 - . I , N Fi Q N CLARENCE M!'l'CIIliI.T, KlNIl0I.I4 N: Q, ' i 5 AARoN LEE A 1' 1? I i mcvov, Ky, w1mA'rLnY, KY. 1 ILS. in lqgrimnure B.S. 171 Agrzcullure W,,,,,,.,. Essay Cmmmstl Vlr'0-Pwsltlullt Blnvk mul iBl'llHl'!: W PI'0Sllllfllt University 4-I-I Club: Ax'- l'I1'lllf1ll'ill Sm-icty, '20, '30, 'v Q. S. A' SAN1foRn DUNCAN LYNE HAROLD LYON - OIIMS1-MD, KY. A 1' P li. . ' '- LEXWm,0N, KY. S 111 Hgrzcullure ILS. in flgricullure G -9 ' c 0 ' Llewls MCCUBBIN if X 'K' 5 RUSSH-L JOHNSON PLUE CAMPBIELLSVILLE, KY. Q 0 .N , G, .D "'iXWC'l'0N, KY- B.S. in Ilgricullure RHS- 'U fldflffllfilfe I 5' T IIIQNRY SMITH Sc0'1"1' A 1' P COR T . I ,X ,, K V 1 4 3 'V 1 wlasu' PADUCAII, KY. 6 f ' -Q-. v H MLA SUWEN I K' . N 1,nx1Nm'oN, xv, ILS. in Agrzcullure ' B9 I A u I .A , I President Student Council: Pan-Po- n gnu! lure litlkong Pan-Hellunic. H Llvm, KY. TRUMAN TAYLOR f I'IoRAc1c J, VVA-I-SON LIMA, xv. Q Y af S ,J 1'RrNc1a'roN, Ky, B.S. in Agricullure Q u 1 B.S. in flgrimlmrg M 1 A G .9 ' Q. O 9 9 . ,. AS, "EL-Tse ,X .aiffisex 4?i"SQ HIZSQQ 45-Q ,ax "N" si s ' xx ' Wx :7 'x x--.. X Q .4 - , 5 Q' A N , 19" Q rf' '95 'iff 1 1'-5 99 XS I-E541 W 'Mlm " 45 64 9 2 2 Q ff" lv - xi ' 11,7 'Nl 0' l930 KENTUCKIAN W5 lr' W' VMI' w -2-2,2 01 11 : 195 xx ,Z , 47: . 1 'J . M1 Axes - 9 4 GT 'U - 0 '23 Seniors Gnokcrc IE. WIII'I'I2 A l' I' HENDERSON, KY. B.S. in Agfiflllfllff O A K, A Z Block mul Brlfllu Club, '28, '29, 30, lllfl'iL'MU!'iLl WVl'l!HIllllL.1' flhzlnxp, '28, AI.,I'lcull1III'I1.l ScI0lIeLy1 LIVIII-Iluuk Judging Team, '29, Dah-y Team, '30, First. Ill0Ul.l'll1l.TIl, lt. O. T. C. ANNA Pom: BIIAND Z T A SHELBYVILLE, KY, B.S. in Home Economics W. S. G. A. Councll, '28. '29, NV. A. A., Home Economlrss Club, Agricul- tural Society, Glrls' Glue Club. ANN BIaA'I'KIcIa EYI. LEXINGTON, KY. K ILS. in Ilomz' I1xl'07l07lIiC5 JOAN Gouxv PAIIIS, KY. B.S. in Home Economic.I' l V l if I hu U X EI.IzAIIE'I'II MCCLINTOCK JONES V MII.I.IaKsnURc, KY. I B.S. in Ilome Economics 0 .9 9 Y I, C. G' Q. Scnifonrs Jon RonI2K'I' THOMPSON A 1' I' LliXING'l'0N, KY. B.S. in flgrifulture Vurslty l1'oIItbIIlI, '28, '29. Bnssua MAY BusII IvI'I'. s'I'IcKLING, KY. ILS. in Home Economics Y. W. C. A., '26, '27, '28, '29, Dl- l'0tfl0l' Y. W. Gxunp, '28, '29. GLAIJYS T. FISIIIIK IvIII.I.nKsIzuIIc, KY. I 9 l?.S. 171 Home Economics 'D FRANcIes l'IoI.I.ANn K A RUSSELLVIIILE, KY. B.S. in Home Economic.: fl' T 0 Y. W. C. A., '28, '29, Home Eco- ll0lllll'H Club, '28, '29, Apzrlc-ulturul Club, '28, '29. VIRGINIA A MIsAcIIAIvI CKAvIfIIs Z M I'I0l'KlNSVlI.l.E', KY. B.S. in Home Economics K A ll KTUSIIIIIIIOIHILII Club, Y. XV. C. A., '27, '28, '20, W. A. A., '27, '28, Univer- Hlty 4-l-I Club, '28, '29, '30, "Kernel" Stzxff. '29: Home l+lIenIIoInlI:s Club, '27, '28, '29, AI.Z'l'll'UllLll"lll Society. '20. O fbs PR fs-Q, ,Q IILSQQ 9435 N f-"Q 4? 'Q ssxx xi NxQ X I1 3-S' H I I Q X is X -I s- XQ-N241 ur 7 N . . :C fig . .-. is I .J-- Nl I f g. V A -----I e-- ,ff - - I I- A -- - 7 Q. - ,. .4 I z ri x . N s b LN " 'Mm ' 'W 9 N 3 KENTUCKIAN I QR ff? lf WWW 1 lub? 'Nl fi' 'gy I9 0 ul -ral' 1 ANL?-f- 4 5 -S-fem ii 159- Vsxreafl' - 4 4 G 9 . U 'EJ Scmuifunrs I MARTHA CLAY RIGGINS HARRODSBURG, Rv. B.S. in Home Economics 1 Q DoRo1'x-1Y E. THRELRELD MORGANFIELD, KY. B.S. in Home Emnmnits oArts and Sciences Seniors Lou1sE PRAT1' ROGERS Z '1' A SH ELBYVILLE, KY, ILS. in Home Economics -1. llonw lQf'0!lUllllK'S Cluhg Pitkln Club' I-xunuln Clulx, '29: Pun-Hellenic: Cmmmrll, '29. '302 Sucretury Y. W. C. A., '27. GRACE MAKE THURMAN LEXINGTGN, RY. ILS. in Home Economics fl' . offrts and Sciences G .9 ELIZABETH ACKER LAWRENCE JACKSON ALEXANDER PADUGAH xv. 0 - v c V Y, II K A fl.B. , V EDDYVILLE, KY. ' ILS. in Arts and Science . V qu M A l Glen Club, '27, '28, '29, 'xog Um- vvrslty Qunrtctto, '27, '28, '29, '30g ' Svnhlmurd and Blade: "Kentucklan" Q Staff. EVELYN ALSOVER 5 A 1' A A A S ' ' ,, . - Y: .' BIG s1'oNE GAP, VA. I 2 . l , ' N 3 ' AB- l - EnwARn S'l'liPHEN Amxs lk Q ,. A A 'Y if 1-HMYAR, KY, I A . 5 . . 'N -' .sy ILS. zu flrls and Suence X wwwffsgwxl A .Q .A,A PHIL AswERus f DRY RIDGE, KY. ,' ' PAUL AVERl'l"I' f - 1 1 B.s. in A tw A 1 1 5 A 3 LEXINGTON, KY. 2 I' E 12 If ' Gif- Y. M. c. A. cabinet, '27, '28, If A IS H' Am' and SUMN Q 3 G 9 - Q 9 9 9 rs-N an-A ,fi t A 125 age 'X QQQESQ x QSISQ AIZEQQ Aijse .L Ny x x ,, - ., , -, - H3311 88:11 X-sg 4 NS 5? 9 XS fl Q I, -X A-I Seniors CLARENCE M. ALLEN wn,MoRa, KY. .4.B. in Eduralion WxLL1AM ANDREW BACON II' 22 K HICKMAN, xv. 11.12. O'REAR KAY BARNES A T S2 A.B. X I ' 4: cw Q l fy A " 1117 -us iq l930 KENTUCKIAN 93 11' Xfgy VW1 NX 1-lgvixvb. T 1 yfpgvv - 1 A.-Q- 2 XYL' X L r- J: i- 1 --1 J !' XAXQ0 - 4 4 5' 9 A Q C' 'D 0 Scmoxrs ' 4 ' 1 Clacn. Enwmm Avkns ' NEW Llnmvrv, KY. 2 1z.s. , 4. I'IARRY Cunmzv BAUM f ' Y' . A X iff, .. G . . DE'I'ROI'1', MICH. V , ju Q AB. ' -. Detroit Cnllegn nf' Phnrnmcy, '24g 5' Trojan Band: Kappa. Zeta: Dramat- Ius linputntlon Cnmmlttcc: U. S. C., '26, '27p Pru-Mndir-nl Smzlety Indi- fum Unlvursity. '28p Det!-olt Olly !Colloge, '28, '20, G O LEXINGTON, KY. 0 A K. 2 A X Slgmn Pl Eta: Blnrrkgunrzl Fusi- leers: Student Counvll, '29: Mmmg- ing Editor ut' thu "Kentucky Km'- '29g "Kvnturek1rLn" Staff, '28 nal," '29: Editor "Thr: Knmpus Kat," '28 '29: Bnrsv XVALLER BENNETT K K I' RICHMOND, KY. A.B. ELIZABYZ'1'H BILLITER X S2 w1LL1AMs1'owN, omo A.B. gnu- IILQCSQ R. O. T. C.: Lurnp und Cross. .vera C' O i ANNA BEAVERS GALLATIN, TENN. f' A.l?. x 1: , . , , SAMUEL S. BILLINGTON A X A 2 PADUCAH, KY. AJR. EVHLYN JANE BLAND LOGAN, w. vA. 11.13. in Education G ,Q ' Q. 0 9 9 . vs A X fe -5 fs E ?"5lv f'1'9v 'fssa 4:9 SF. t 23 N I xx: ' -' Eg wg' N. .4 X -Q , -9 Q Q , .. . S x .I - - X I X f -2. V N 'N -----I QL? '35, E N , Q Ne'-:jg Qetgggl Q- - u 'L' - Af- , I V X ' 71 'Q - ' 4 'K 0 Q 'f X x I ll J,-M ...mf Y.. gf I930 RENTUGKIAN -gy-g,'5,-nx W A M A m.', . ' x, .,'- .1 1-93- ..- -i ' sg: 5 Qi., -.. I if jf-e A-.z P0 vsxilf Q X n' "' 4 4 '- c- 'a ' 6 Q Scmnifrmrs Scmmnnrs , I V f' N I I Il' . I ' IQ. , S F.. R L B I. OBERT no RA URY RIcIIARn 0'CoNNER BOWLING A , 'W ai ' DB H K A ,T Q- , BUTLER, KY, LEXINGTON, KY. - , A-3- , . A.B. 1 My I CLAY BROCK I M -If A 9 LEXINGTON, KY. ,Exif MARY BROWNE BRADLEY J AIB. n-4 '55, , A 'E' A , 3 2 A X, 0 A K GREENVILLE' KY' Tennis Team, '27, '28: Mmmger A B Tennls TGILIII, '30: Strollers. '29g ' ' "Kernel" Stuff, '28, Vice-President Pall-HI-llmIlc, '29: Lunces, '29, Lump und Cross, '29, PI'esldent Phl Delta. Thetn. '29. , ix if' I I G 0 .. ' Q . I G O REBECCA QTAULT BROWN . 'H ww , LEXINGTON KY , I- L, ETIIEL BUCKNER ' ' E- A I 1' 0 'D K K 1' ' 31""'fG V ' AB- 'glib' S I ,,.A , LEXINGTON, XY. ' ' X' L 2 A.B. RUTH BuI.I,ocK LEXINGTON, KY. A.B. BERNICE BELL BYLAND Z T A DAYTON, KY. A.B. 9 2 fb Glen Club, '26, '27, Vlcc-Prnslrlvllt PlLtt6l'SlJll Hall, '27: "Kernel" Stuff. '27. '28, Strollers, '28, Secretary W. S. G. A., '28, Treasurer W. A. C.. '23i Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '28, EHR' llsh Club, '28, '29: Presldmlt W. S. G. A., '29, Vine-President Y. W. C. A., '29, Pitkin Club, '20. ELISE ADELE BUREAU I B E O 4- v- 'V'-'R LEXINGTON KY. R552 ' iv P' 2' N vzyxi Y. NV. C, A. Callulm-1, '26, '27, '28, '29, Blue Rlmlge, '28, if ' KA'l'I'ILEEN CARLTON I z T A IQ L9 LOUISVILLE, KY. F . -I W. A. A. Councll, '27, '28: Secre- ' . tary, NV. A. A., '28: Y. W. C. A., '27, '28, '29: Numernls in Athletics I and Tumbling, '28. ' - Q o C .9 , Q ""N 5-P Z-'Q 1112! R 75-Sig f'3E5 " 'SQ "Se Q X 7 'x Ns Nix v NG-gl xc-sg! N 2 N- sa' ""' " "' .2-ie' N-:ff N -' -A !,......5 , ,,- N .I-- xx ' I 22" - 'QNX x ' . , ' -1 - -- - ' W "Nj" Rig 2 -, - f I ' fa X 5 , 1' Seniors ROBERT Louis CARTER LEXINGTON, RY. B.S. MAI' FRANCIS COGSWELL Z T A LaxINc1'oN, Rv. .-LB. B. PEARL Cooxsav EIIMONTON, KY. .4.B. En F. CRAIII' E B Z LOUISVILLE, KY. A.B. Illllo Tunm. E A X SARAH EARLY CROPPER nuRI.1Nc'roN, Rv. .4 II. lf I' f' 6 f I Z' I A I 9 - ' fm If' N 9 in ww - Iv I ll f .N ,Q -3-:NA - l-wg A V W2 ll' ls,-ix VW' ' - .. ... N, Z r - 4. , msg, Q5-:' -1: 'if :F .1 QQ' f ...- Wo ' 6' O ' o 'a I Scnmrs X I MORRIS T. CARI'HN'I'IzR III " U I TRIANGLE 2 X ' MONTCLAIR, N, 1. lc B.S. in Industrial Chemislry M. II Lamp mul Cross: Pu-z-IIIII-III Trlun- I XZ Z gle, '28, '29g Pun-llc-llunlc Iheprw- I I-scntatlve, '28. I Ronuwr GRAVES CHAMBERS NICIIOLASVILLE, KY, f1.B. SUSAN E. Coolc LEXINGTON, KY. ll E 0 C 9 0 0 A.B. C 'D 0 '5 DoNAI.n E. Covrv ' II' K T OWENSBORO, KY. A.B. E I' li President Sllllllliih I'llIlI, '28, '29: Buslna-SN Stuff Y. M. U, A , '29, '30, I WIIII I I ,. N , ELIZABETH CRAMER ' I N Z T A ' LOUISVILLE, KY. .fI.B. I Alpha Gxunnm Delta Frm-shmnn Cup, '26: Murlur Board Cup, '26, XV. A. A. Goum-ll, '27, '28g Numan-als, '28g ltlflr: Turun, '27, '28: Clusslcnl Clulv PI'e:-Jldunl, '27: Y. W. 17. A. Cabinet., '27, I'I's-Nlrlvtlt, '29, 'IIOQ Em. Zeta Phi SI-I-I'uml'y, '28, '29, Mortm' Board, '29, '30: GIIILIIIIII l"l'0dUL'llll.Z' Staff. '29. '30, Pltkln Club, '27, '28: ' Stroller Ellglhlmc. G .9 Q, 0 0 Q ire f 25+ f-sg, ,ls-sg aax Q , ll.--.p x ,S s' N9 xg Q . Q N s v 1 N I wg Q ' V -' A WSF' XSEFQ S-5' 'Q' 1, .1.-. , -D N ll I- l-.- . 'A . I SN . ' x I " .I ' Q ' Q' "' , Z f 'Q J X rg rf! Q07 - - ' 5 'N - Q I -M ff' 'R' f? I930 Rfurucnmu I A-A ff' N vw I K Q I , ll M li Y H ' Q 4 s-J I A t .lI3: ISi,,,, ,Z gg JQIEQE:-5-y,.e. Ax.:-:- f x . ' ' 'R 4 4 61 0 4 C' '3 S . Scnwrs Cmoms , N LELA EI.lZABIi'l'H Cutms EHSE MARSHALL DERICKSON ' ffvgil A A A A A 9 4 MT S... , .. Q f . lI:RI.IlsG, Rx. LnxmmoN, KY. . B.S. in Music Afff AB' .A,Lg,,,,.. II X 'I' HELENE BLAIR DALE A A 9 MYERS, KY. XLB. W. C. G. A., '28, '29, Y. XV. C. A.. '28, '29. 0 O IVIARGARWI' DAVIDSON A A 6 C 0 ROCKVILLIE CIENTIER, LONG ISLAND B. S. MARTHA JEAN DOAR LOUISVILLE, KY. 11.13. X f I fx W ff? H Ot. JAMES Ram DORMAN K 22 LEXINGTON, RY. I A.B. s' 2 A X ' Keys, '26. '27, Mystic Thirteen, Press Committee, Lmmes, Strollers, . Cust "Square Deal", Lump and A Cross, Business Mmmgm- Strollers, 14 '29. ' i-'. JJ Nl ' G 9 H. CQ 5-:Q , 72-'QN f-23: Vlc-0-Prnslflont Junior Class, '28, Glen Club, '28, Sum-rclnry Em Sig- mn 1'hI, '29, VV. A. C., '28, Clus- sinnl Cluh, '28, '29, 9.9 ' FRANK COS'I'lEI.I.OW DAvmsoN E N IIARB0lIIlVII.I.l5, KY. fl .li . 1 g O A K Lump and Urnss, Imnuos, Pep Club. Vluo-I'1'cml4lunt Su-Ky, '28, Prvsi- ds-nt. '29, Unit ul' "Truth About Iflloyrlrf' und "Hula-y", Stnpru Munn- prvr Stroll,-rs '27, llm-nl tml,-1 Vw- ducur, '29, Prosldunt Mystic Thir- tucn, Prvsldont I.mu-vs, Svc-rm-tnry G' 7 Stnte Press Assm-lution, Trousurcr Pun-Hellenic. AMISLIA DULEY MORIEIAIEAD, KY. LB. VERA ALICE Donsrm IlRIDGIiPOR'I', ILL, .4.B. QA ,ix DOUGLAS M. DURHAM I COLUMBIA, KY. A.B. Qs 9 nlxiu fq gk, X 1 sg' Qs 7 x 5 N If...-. 5 N -t N. I ' ., '55 A Y. ,W A QQX, W' Ns sq , " 5 QA A-sqwi ., 'SN ,, , , its ' X: I' 'age f x!.'3'59 XS 1-is 4' Q 'V' - I 5 I Cf - f' 4' f v 2, - MX x ff' WI 9 ul Q b, xv " O R . if W l-,A ,ikfg i930 KENTUCKIAN M, -3? ff WF, vwfk -Q thai ' I ' - N . x 3,5 qt:--Y "' - id 1 A 4 ' mszay Qi :-- .1 59-lvavyi ' A Q We S , 6' D ' I U 3 . , . ' CUIUTS Scmconrs REBECCA W. EDWARDS X RUTH ELMORE VERSAILLILS, KY. X Q , , A-B5 'Ti ff I fl., nURAN'r, Mlss. A.B. 2 ,?125mnT7"""v I MARIE EMMERT LEXINGTON, KY. I , SARA ELVOVE A.B. ' it . PARIS, KY. 'W - fll AB. I 4' ' Feature Writer "Kentucky Kernel." sf' BEATRICE LUCILLE ER1cKsoN , MUSKIGAN, MICH. I A.B. , Ron EVANS G O Q, 0 'l,lEXING'l'ON, KY, J.. x C1 0 'L - A - G 5 fm. YV' . GORDON BlzNNm"r FxNLuY b. A , - X I' X A ' wi MAmsoNvn.1.ls, KY. A.B. . summurd :ma Blanc, fxlpmln ln n. ' M. ELlZAllli'I'H FINNIZLL 0. T. C. Rc-pxlmunt, President Pnt- , A 7 tcrson Llt.m'm'y Smzluty, '29, '30, ' Brent 'Prlzn fnr lllgllrer-xt Stnnrllng' ln , , Unltcd Status lllstory, '29. K' L WINCHILSHZR' KY' .fI.B. Spnnlsh Cluh, '27. '28, Pltkln Club, '29, '30, Glrls' Glcu Club, '26, Y. ' . NV. C. A., '2G. KATHLEEN Frrcu K A - LEXINGTON, KY. A.B. Mortar Board, Theta Sllrmu Phl, Prvslzlcnt '30, I'r4-slrlunt Knmm M- N- FRANKLIN Delta., '28, '29, Woman's Pan-I-Ich 5 Q , lunlw: cnumfll, '28, '29, '30, wvommrs I 'F ,gl A T 9 Admlnlstrntlvc Counf-ll, "Kuntuuk- ' S. . 5 1 mn" smfr, '27, '28, '29, '30, Ulcer- , ,151 :H " KNOXVILLE' 'PENN' nel" smfr, '27, '28, '29, Y. W. C. A. f' Sub-Kiublnut, '27, Strullm-r Eligible, M"?A.,ff 'Qggy ' A'B' Enprllsll Clulr, Hunlor Class Ring A' 7 ' N , .. ,. . Comrnlttvu, .lunlor Prom Quezon, '29, , Vmslty K inglgftlmll and Base' "Laval Color," '29, XVunu:n's Tumln- . 1 ' ' llng Tozun, '28, '29. 5' 0 9 ' ' Q. o '5' N gzsi N f'2Q! v 0 . 2 14' I Q 1 xx!-gp EQ, 3, N K5 vs ,QS 9 51 N , . w I x .I.-- x I f :. if Z 'N Sax . QA , X , il , N S -X QS fx - N, ,,, 'Q 'I '- ' v v , f IX' S--if X5-Egg -s 4 1 iw ASQ ,Q- V - ' 'A ' b - - - 4, QA Q SNR S 1, xi RO X JAN 1-mf NI If -QI l930 KENTUCKIAN 1,2 uf Im 3 VMI. R N-. s'-A 3 L ' K' '4' in l ' L H-'A '6 -Pzb A 1-'Q 1'-'ILG' ,-. -if - -'- XQSYQW - gag- " 1 SZ4 s . f -,,, , , 0 4 ca za c- fa , ' Scnnors SCJUIJIOTS X uv , ,, Bust. EI.swoR'I'I-I GASKIN KMHRYN GAT!-IFF ' 1 JAMESTOWN, KY. A I A A B Q wII,I.IAIvIsIIURG, W. VA. . . if 2 , f1.B. 0 , MARTIN RIcIIARusoN GLIINN I jx A X Him I DAWSON SPRWGSI KY' 9, A -f JANE MARsIIAI.I. G0ocII A.B. I D 5, L N A A Q X A X I ' mf- 3 A' A- A' I LIaxINc'I'oN, KY, "KcI'IIul" smI'I', '20, '27i IIIIIII-y Clay Q4-iff?" 'I' . . Law Soulutyg Glgu UIIIII: l"l'llfUl'C I 7 B.S.17l M1l5lC vVI'illl'I' "lfl'l'll0l," '28, '29: 11I'nIIIIu- I ' PES. "Tho .lPllI.rlI11 ol' thu DuvlIuss," f A 'I' B RIPIIQ SuI'mId MVS. fl'n,IIIlIIuI'Il.y": AS- 1 Niggmlt Mmmghm Emmy I-K,,,.m,1"' I MlJl'tilI' BnIu'Il: PlIIlhm'mnnic Or- 29i ANsnI-iII,tu IGIIHIII' "'l'hu 'KZLITI' """!""1l3 CIW' Club. '27. '23, '29: pus Kill," '29Z Pl'l!Hldl!lll. El Atunuc l:""smQnt 004911 Bimfl- T392 Pitkin Gustcllo, '29, UW'-, 27- '23, '29:, W- A- C.. 'zog x. w. C. A., 27, '28, '29, CI O MILIIRIQIJ Llili CIREIEN PARIS, RY. A E A AJS. VIRGINIA MARYLANII GROVES AsIIIavII.I.Ia, N. c, , AJI, I ,, Murudlth Coll:-In-, ilUJtuII lIIIivvI'I-Iity, I-I 0,,,,,.,,' I25. ..TWh:I, '25, '2Gg NVIINII- '27: RINIIIIIIK Sl,Il,I'I', 'ZISQ Sm!- 1'0'-IIr'y Y. W. C. A., '2I:g "IvIwIIIng- t0U11ll1" Stuff, '27, :It NVIIshiIIgtnII UIIlvoI'I-Ilt.y, St. Louis, Mo. I JAIvIIss RIcIIARIm HAYNES LI2xINc'I'oN, Rv. B.S. JAMES ALLEN GRIDER, JR. CATUN, CANAL ZONE B.S. WII.Rv J. HAI.Iz A'I'IIIsNs, w. VA. 27.12. in Ed. BIIuI.AII MARIE Hass I2As'I' BROAD, KY. Ali. 0 9 " Q. O 9 Q -AG.- fziitxs 4 gigv 4-QSLQ vfffgg. ,ax A sq- .0 S N 5-9 ' 4'-1' EQ' was-5, SEV' S"NZ4' Sw - Y -.Lex V 1 Q - x I A x- f-, v- T-, RQ-. NL QN X, x --J, I S - A N- jxm4gmffdY1l rf 1930 KENTUCKIAN M if fi'b125,f,,, MIK M A '- -w--5 - y lsavr j it-,V V: - A 4-3- .- + 4 so 'on Seminars EFFIE D. I-Iucr-nas FANBUSII, KY. B.S. ELIZABETH ROWLANO HULETT LEXINGTON, RY. A E A A.B. EMU. W. JOHNSON LEXINGTON, KY. oo' 1z.s. C 0 Cross country. '27: Trawk Tonm '28, '29, Pro-Mod Society, '26, '27 '28, '293 Pltkln Club, '26, '27, '28 '29, MILIJRED LLOYO Jum' LERTNOTON, KY. 14.12. JULIAN F. KElSlllilMliR ' 0, LEXINGTON, KY. 9 B.S. - KE 'K A I A O .9 ...V QQ.. 9 0 Seniors Hli'l"l'lE BELLE TIUGHES FANBUSII, KY. ILS. f:0RDY BERNARD JOHNSON MURRAY, RY, B.S. MRS. GRACE ROTH JOHNSON LEXINGTON, KY. A.B. II 2 fl' Vh-O-Prcaldvnt Classical Club. lVlARGARE'I' HOPE KENNEY KENTON, KY. fI.B. THOMAS HOWELL KlNGS1'0N EXETER, RY. A.B. pg F4 + an -Q 74 . ll? ' S E 7 'Sl Q "Sv af'SN 4'-'PQ 5 S N X! sw X9x " N v-z QS-L-11 ivy ....-. X fl. I I '-. -s A, , 'M P-QN . ' ' l , "' 5 Lfgbx, , ' x ,, - , f tag: Q30 -.1 gg S g 9 z Q-his , x r ' N p 7' 'v "' X. - ffd 4 Q- ff N-5 f jp X Jam 4-,iff Al fsf W 1930 KENTUCKIAN M T !n,g, gg ,R .J A S. N-,, - r l 4. --1' 1'--- '- . ' 't b .dgwq ESQ... -7 in --1 a!""vARQl, ' "' x . ' N , 4 I C' VD 6' 'D S ' I CIIIIIIOJFS Scmonrs , gr Jlsss MURII.I,0 LAUCI-ILIN JOSEPIIINE LAPSLEY K E X Q 'A fb, Q LEXINGTON, KY. SI-IELBYVILLE, KY. AB A.B. ' ' 0 A K, 2: A x First Lleulennnt R. O. T. CZ., '29, S4-nlulnuwl und Rlxulo: Sec-relury Sig- I mn Delta Phi: Sner-ml Vvriter "Ker- , nel", Associate Editor "Kernel," '29, I'l'e-sldellt Sigma Delta Chl, '291 I l Aswm-lute Editor "Kaunnus Knt": FE Editor-in-Chlei' Sigma Delta, Chl MARy ELIZABETH LEE ,ff 1 Edition ni' "Kr-rnel"g Rifle Team. L xl Glo KY I' '26, '27, '28, President Kappa Sig- E N " N, . N I nm, '28, '29, AB. ? 'rag ' s 'L' fl' J. IIENRY LEWIS ANCHORAGE, KY. WARREN F. LINDSEY ' Q A.B. ROCKPORT, IND. A A C O Q .9 , 4 , Q ,IQ - Business Maumgcr 1930 "Kentuck- A B 5' Ian." ' ' X " as , h 2 A x C 0 Q -' A 'Y 0 'D lf JM. . I Associate Eclltor "Kentuvky Ker- ' f- I nel," '20, Truck, '29, . EIlY'I'IIli VVILLOMINA LITISRAL A Z REBECCA COLEMAN LoNc LExrNc'roN, KY. A.B. KATIIRYN Louxsla MCWILLIAMS A A A LAWRENCEBURG, KY. fI.B. 6 2 fb 79: Sponsor Sem-ond Bnttnlion, Stroller Eligible: NV. A. A., '28, '29 29 President Delta Dcltu. Delta, '28, ' Edltor "University Bulletin," '28 '28 COVINGTON, KY, A.B. IGn1.:lIsl1 Uluh, '28, '29: 'Presldvnl E111-YIISI1 ffluh, '29, lfreneh Cluh, '29: Fleur de Lis, '30, 'l'roasurm' French Club, '2!l: Senior Bull Committee, University of Clnrlnnnti. '26, '27, IDA RUTH MCFARLAND M x.Ex1Nc'roN, KY. f OTT B. MCATEE cAmz, KY. C 9 Q. o 5 0 9 " H A "" s 5 -3-3 '-s -s nt IIE SSS V ,ZQSSS x 6' 215: Q ll1.g Q I fgse QSX - -ua?" ik:-lf Egg Eli-E3 XSEEW XS'235?' Q W l.,Lt I K I lp ' 45 'AN 9 S A," is - I AO x X- I .NW 136' -xx If V330 KENTUCKIAN 138 If may VWI. R ,I I N ' - I I , ' " f Whw FG- w' 311- . 15 .d v C01 A 1 'I' "5 Q14 5 :W ' -7, 4. ma A 4 4 6' o ' I c fa . . Scnlors Scnwnrs I . IDA FANNYE MACKEY j MARY VIRGINIA MACKOY WILLIAMSBURG, KY. A Z .4.B. in Educalion H MAYSVXLLEI KY' A.B. , H I+., , SAMUEL RossINc'roN MAGRUIJER I fy I m WILLIAM 'PAYLOR MAxsoN , , -,f1:.gf!, I , ,I 1 KEVIL, KY- gl Qjjggl- Q 21 A ll ' Q5 " . . Bus. I V ig tp LLXINGION, KY. ,,,VA,,VA H I H E I' x 2 1' E X71 lfflw, - 4 , QF W B.S. ' , I A . .. ,. Pitkin Club, '28, Spnnlsh Club, 27. I 3551 lfII,slIIIImI .lIIu'lc, Varsity K ln ,W Truck, '27, '28, A in if ' , L , ,, 5 0 D II ' , I V' c. 0 SAMUEL WINFREY MENEFEE R. BROWDIER R. MIEANS C' I T, 70 ,E 2 X ' J 1IoPRINsvILI,E, KY. . x L . ' AB c 0 of 'a LOUISVXLLE, KY. n n A x AB' lllstnry Cluh, '28, '29: Intornutlomll liulmlons Club, '20. , I I I , LOUISE MHMKIN , , 51 Q MILIIURN VERNER MILLS A 'Y, ' I . ,. P DUCAH' K ,Z x . , LHXINGION, KY. A.B. Vg' ff AnD. A,,,,,, I Ju ,l , I AR'I'I-IUR CLAUDE MUNYAN K E MARY MOORE MILTON LIIXINGTON, KY- LAWRENCEBURG, KY. -O B.S I A-B- I 'qv Ml!I1'H .l'nn-'lflullonlu Councll. '28g N ' I.nm1'u nnrl llrnss, '28g Omlcron Dol- , 1 tu Knmm, '28g Slgmn Gamma Sig- .,,,, ma, '27, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, '28: Frosh Ylfunnls Tcnm, '26g Stu- 4, dent council, 'zap rung '1'cn.m, '27. 0 9 .gf ,,.,., W ,,,, I ,,., Y i5ii5f5Q45i5'14l if 3 Q. o Q nun x 4. .5 af-.Z :Q A 1 43, f-SSW , 2. It '39 fm, 4 51 il -sl! wx J S 2.24 IQ I 'cg ' 9 51 " " ' ix 7' I 'S Z -X ' 'S v ' Q9 - ' Q N - 'X -- - v Sv- vnu- Nw. - +P M' i U' J' Q-25' X5 . . .2 f A 0,0 lv. - gl - ,fox 4 I X55 0. wg VMI, x :now fum W 'ff 1 I930 KENTUCKIAN xv,-nv ,wE5 1 AN44, 4 -3-HJ "'13'?FE. if TCF W' Nm" R 2 Szl ' " ' 4 0 , o ra G Q ' . Scnnfonrs Scmonrs N. RUTH OsnoRN SHIRLEE M. ORT11 A A 9 WINCIIES'I'liR, KY. ASHLAND, KY. A.B. AB. 'X Hxws Iflnuuvz OwuNs f A ' , , - 3 JAMES Tmsonomz PAYTON z x . Y- . M Irxmm-ON KY X .. I uoksa cAvE, xv. .L 1 , I ' ' - B.S. AJ1. 2: A X, 0 A K y A X A S"'fUl11l1!'11 and Blndug Trmmsurex' 1 UWIIJ Knnx Sr-nhlmrsl nnfl Blade! , Vice-P1'esidcnt f5lllIISl'0ll D1-llu Knp- W WWC Bilrilwtlmll, '27, '28, '29: Foot- hull '03 '29 C, 1 - . -: flfrxu-lc, '27, '28, '292 fillfinill 'l'r'uvk ut Ummm 'lfll0XI CMP' tn.in R, O -. . T, L., Assistant Sport.:-1 Editor "Kornol." Ruuv Lian Prmczo SUMMER srmnn, KY A.B. JAMES W1r.LmM POYNTER WINCIIESTER, KY. B.S. in Industrial Chemistry NHLL PULLIAM FRANKFORT, KY. 0 D 1 U 'D C' 0 I X gf qw 1 K A . 'N ' I P ... i ii 1 Colm C. Pouc LEBANON, KY. A.B. YL W. C. A. Cabinet, '27g Pryor PrcfMed S0uintyL Pitkin Club: Wonu-n's Administrative Council 128. . , 3 . X , vue xlwinem w. s. G. A.. '20s ctury - Tronsurnr Cosmopolitan Club, '28, '29, Sour Quokcn I-IANNA PREwl1'r 1..nx1Nc'roN, KY. B.S. RAWLINGS RAGLAND LEXINGTON, KY. !1.B. 11.13. I , Q za e 9 9 9 P ' 23 -Q -x at-,sie ziiiie aliissi 'His SQ ffgx Ijfqnvj ' ' ' x N , x J' N"-'I xii" x X520 sesgrv 59,7 s.iS'j94 E05 9 X N'-'15 ' 0 C ' 4 6 I f A 1 0 IN - D J-W I-Af YNY of l930 IAENTIICIQIAN mx fly M., vmk Q -ual UL., IM, ,fffi jvl Ak..?f, 4 , Qszeq .Qi :W K I 1 99. gnaxklj A 4 4 W , GW o ' "QN c- VD v Scnwrs Scnmrs WENIJELL GAY READING ANNA LOUISE RICE E X LEXINGTON, KY. l.liXING'I'0N, KY. AIBI fI.B. Glue Club, '26, '27, L!L!lllt?llfLlll Il. U T. C. EIIWIN KERR Rxcn E A E PARIS, KY. A.B. UIIIvoI'slLy Bund, '27, '28, '29. VIRGINIA RIVES I-IoI'KINsvII.I.Iz, KY. AJS. NIILDRED A. Rus f 1 -Sf I, IIARRonsnuRc, KY. F . fm. I A A' I ix I X ' , ROYANINA RUFFFNCUIIFR A A 9 COVINFIONI, KY r.rLtaIy PhiB1t'1 29 XV Q 41 Ll! Bnd 29 Pltkln Club 27 28 29 Gu I,nol Stlll' ,Q vs- Id?-'-'Qx AI.BER1'A M. RILEY wI1HA'rI.IzY, KY. A.B. CLARENCE F. ROTIIENBURG II' K T 1.I2xINc'I'oN, KY. A.B. PAUL Moons RUNYAN IIWING, KY. B.S. WIIIIAM XIINRI SANDIRS A T S2 DANVILLE, KY A' 4 X .., f"'w 41 SA A- Q- - --- X Q Edxf' fl SN' XQX si x ' NN I xv-:Q Q. ..f X S x ., 31, -. U B ' xg -2 I I gy' ., - e ' J 5 4, Is - Q I V Se- 1 ' : L, " 3 . ., G. A ' A., '29, Glen Cl I '28, '292 GIVIS' a , ' : . ' . ' . ' L X ' If sz '28, '29. G D I .. .,., g,..I. , , ,,,,,,, A ,, , 7 fI.. ..., . , I- Q O 9 V nl f---- .-. . N .1- N X I I - X N A -. .M , - NS - , I -Qs x asv- ' L ' - :v -Q Q -- :Irv Q? " N- 4 ! J 2 , R - f 'Y 9 .X - Of - 4, 'Rx 9 Q Iv Rx Rl , CM 4-0' -R iq l930 KENTUCKIAN -pw If lfgy VMI. X -335 -lil,-pub iq all s C-V0 4 ,, XNSZAV -K g ,:. I --fi' 'z J !' xaxelf - 0 4 6' o , , c- 0 . S 0 SCJIIIJIOTS Cm0rS 4 , s 6 , CORA I'IunsoN SCHOOLER 1 ' 9 gf 1 ,J HENRY JAMES SCOTT .. Y 5, 'I , . ' P? 2 wg LEXINGION, KY. N V f - AB. I b PIKEVILLE, KY, fm. lntcrnntlonnl Relntlons Club, '29, Classical Club, '27, '28. LAWRENCE K. SIIROPSHIRE I I A T A 1-In lk.. LlaxxNc'1'oN, KY. 1 KH I A B 4, - '- . . 2. gif, A ' l.-' , 'L lg I 1 r , .lxomelu Smal ,M ,291 ,301 Sports Q ,Z mg Wl.Nm.x.1. SMITH Fuiltor. '29, '30, "K1entuckIau1" Stul'I'. 'lli'l,,l3:QQ Q "FS" HINUMAN, KY. 27' '23. '29. '30, Slprnm llvltu Chl. ' Vice-President '30, Sunlm' Bust-lmll E B E Mnnngcr, '30, Sr-uhlmrd und Blnrln-C ij .J Clmlrmun Uncle-L llup Connnlttcc, , AB '30, Sonlor Bull Committee, '30. v A ' ' Tnoxvms C. S1'EvmsNs 0 so Q D ll' K T ERMA KEITH STRoUsB MARION, KY. , C 9 h G. -D STURGIS, KY. B.s. A B Track Manager, '27, '28. '30, Pan- V Q . Hellenic Council, '29, '30, Slgmn lf' S3 G- A- COUDPII. '29: Pltkln Gamma Epsilon, '29, '30, Lump und Llull, 29, Y. XV. C. A.: Co-ed Band, Cross. HARRY STAMPER l.EXlNG'l'0N RY. MARION SANDS ' 1 A B x , A Q' K A . . - , COLUMBUS, OHIO , xx I , . I . ' A.B. ' Y 'Y 0 . . Q V V ll omons Administrative Council, WAYMAN IPIAI.r.n THoMAssoN , K . A 22,ro::lPtIo:'53YrEIlu2,Dlzh wi9c.30A., - ' 'l' XPP 0U.','. A T Sl X " HOPKINSVXLLE, KY. I A.B. Frcsllmrtn Tmck, '26, Vnrslty Trnvk ' . I "K," '28, '29, '30, Rifle Tmmx, '27, F X '28, Sports Editor "Kernel," '28, '20, . A v ' . . A 1 , Sports Eclltor "Kvn1uckiun." '29, A V' X, g ARMOR PLAN' r1AH'oR Associate Editor "K" Book, '27, , NEWPORT, KY, Pulnlclty llh'm-tor Athletics, '28, '29, ' - N 5, '30, Third in Southern Confcrom-n .Qdj BDS. Clmxnplonshlp I-lull' Mile, '29, Half KQFN- and Qunrtur Milo Chixmplonshlp nt fwg Camp Knox, '29, Amateur Hnll' Mile , A . Champion of Kentucky, '28. it 0 0 Q o 0 fs-s gt. 42x ,wx Ili :Q , gi-'Sie fotsv bl 5 Q N X xv' 9 QRS' N. Q L 'xii' xx -ff ssvf SQ .JZ - " -1 Yi J 5 -4 I r "' 5 S-ff Ng:- 9 Jil- 1---1 ,, . ,-. N .:.-5 v --s -- -, XR- - N . N5-. . eff-" Q9 Y-1 'S ' v X' ', 'Z --A 1 -W' 1' A l. ,Y 1,0 1 -2 O Scmmmrs ELIZABIETII C, 'FINSLEY X S2 ANCHORAGE, KY. 11.13. MAUDE A. VANBUSKIRK X 0 LAWRENCEBURG, KY. f1.B. Chl Delm Phlg Anslstzmt Business Mmmgm' ul' Luttors, '28, '29. Llzwls ANDREW WASH LAWRRNCEBURG, KY. A.B. Louls JosEEH WEBER II K A LExxNc'roN, KY. A.B. President Pl Kappa. Alpha. '28- GEORGE R. WEs1.Ex' MmoLEnuRc, KY. A.B. QE, ' ' :A Ji f iq- , Xgxalf A fnfkw 1' 0?'9Y'w ge? 1I930 RENTUCRIAN ig f,'f12w,,Q,vmfK M 1 " XA: Qs 'Q .xl N 01. .-1 4 4 Gow .'C'VD Q' in I f . , wg 3, 1 A I 0 .9 f yt' an C' 'D l af I fi' ' L . Q x Ar 0 .9 Q. O 0 0 Seniors MARGARET J. TREACY 1.nx1Nc'roN, RY. .4.B. cb B CECIL BYRON WALKER r.Ex1Nc:ToN, KY. lI.B. LEONARD WEAKLEY A T A FT. 1'uoMAs, KY. AB. Srznlnlmrfl und Blade. ADHLINE E. WEITZEL LEx1Nc1'oN, KY. AJL B1r.r.Y Wm'rLow LEXINGTON, RY. A A A AJ3. an 'S fn -5 at S Q N xx N Xa xeX 1 W1 s-1 E.-up kg 4 SQ-:Q Xa.-.Ts .. x , . st if -ix - N- .1-ASQI I L - .Q .. x--1-an-,I S D" 3 : K Jv ' 1+ v -- - v I lv '9 Q A ' I-he vs J .-3 ' X xv wwf We l930 KENTUCKIAN 0x Q 0 YN f A 'X Ii In 1 LX K N- -:.-af 4 N ' ' ' xi If 25 "" W" W ' K.- -J ab ,f .1 , - 5 Qu 0? N k A 1 'W' Q' 'ig 59'-7 . - - ,.. -2 is-r-' ilu- "1 5X6 ' Sv' I 4 ' I- CM? 6' 'ta I Seniors NICHOLAS W. WILLIAMS 1 wINcI-mswsx, KY. A.B. KAIIIIIRINE K. VVILLIAMS I LIzxINc'roN, KY. A.B. K K 1', 111 B K E, KA'l'I'IERINE WILSON 0 0 h CYNTIIIANA, KY. A B C 0 K K 1' I V l Y EUSTACE J. YORK ' S1 ' ALBANY, KY. V A I fm. ' .Y W 5 fi I-2 College of Commerce I J 0 WENIIELL Evmam' BEALS x , ! W K. , GLASGOW, KY. I I K fl H f B.S. in Commerce X-" f l I C 9 Q 0 Q Q fi S gil, g-0 Ee' Seniors GORDON RYMAN WILLIS LuxING'I'oN, KY. A.B. Jwassm LOUISE WILSON I.nxINc'roN, KY. A Z A.B. ViC0-1'l'i'!ll11l!TIC Pitkin Club: Y. W C. A. Hia-Itory Club. WILBUK P. Wr:K'rIvIAN ID K T A.B. I.noN A. M. WIGcLnswoK'1'II EN CYNTHIA NA, KY. 11.8. in Educaiion lforrtlmll, '25, '26g Rnmnny, '27, '28' Guiprnul, '28, '29, '30g Strollc-I' El! Irlhlug Mystiv Thirtovug 1?l'll.N'l'IlH Bnsxkutlmll. y College of Commerce PKIas'I'oN WARD BERRY A X A cI.IN'I'oN, KY. ILS. in C01I11lll'fCE , Glue Club, T193 Dulm Shrnm PL v N031 N- 5 ',., 'X -.N ' ,, .l-bCQ I ,"' h 4 - Q..-....43N ' ..--. ex . - ---- xi N eg New-fe xmas-ef SI-'W' 'I Q, - -- 'fy-, rs Q Q - ' 6 f N 9' N - Q 0 41 QA 9 Q bf x! A WW 0' -ul 0' l930 KENTUCKIAN ww lr W W' f 1 1 X Q s 8 di Xl. .lj 'll A -4 4 "- -S5 ' Q3 ', Q. ,pr QQ 'P u . X.-QW, fs' - gze s -1- -if 1 J 7 Axz 4 4 G' 'D C' 0 1 S 0 Scmumrs cnwars 5? 4: R1 ALBERT C. BLANCIIARD . , , 1 ' PAUL L. BLANCHARD Asnvn,Ln, N. Y. N ASIIVHLE' N' Y' . ILS. in Commrrce ILS. in Commfrce ' , 1 , HRRMAN S. BRuMFmI.n ,, A X A l ' l NXCI-IOLASVILLE, KY. ILS. in Commfra' j, I-I. CALLOWAY , A T Q P I x A E IT ' "-' ' Q First Lin-utonnnt lt. O. T. C. 1.oUxsvn.I.R, Rv. if J, ,A ILS. in Commrrce A 2 Il I If ' X VIRGIL L. Coucu , I . A 'L' sz Clmlrmnn Junior Prom: Clmlrnmn i ' Senlur Bull Umnxnlttuug lllstm'h1n. "w h Ify . W," 'I I BEAVER DAMv KY' - ' I 5 B.S. in Commnrce I I A A 2, A 2 II Pre-slmlcnt 'l4'l'flHh Y. M. C. A. flagg- lll!t, '2lig Editor "K" Bnnk, ' L , liu1n'usvntu,tlvu to llltGl'llllUOIlll.l Stu- JOHN CHARU15 CIAIIPPS G D C' 3 dont Cunvuntlrm, Mllwnukuc. Wls., 41. A xp XI '27: Studont Voluntc-or Conv:-ntlon, , In-trolt, Mluh., '2S: Mumhm' Nntlon- BAYOU, KY, C 0 ' ' 9 5 ul iltnvlunt :Irrurn-gl' or Clwllstgtn ASE so:-nt ons, vw orc, n.nr fmlern A ' Connell Y. M. C. A., Clmlcngo: Sm:- B3' In Commmlce rutzuy, Knlnnmzoo, Mlm-h.: South- '-V. t .1 11, H Cl.. I 1 ',,.. 1-rn ltc-gimml Council Y. M. ff. A., un l11flc,,,1n.L l1,l,2y,,?:Ig5? Bggnnhu' R' Atlanta: Editor Southern "Y" ' ' Grxun:-ug Editor the "Knnt.ur-ky 'Y' f N0ws": Prusidunt Stntu Studunt I Ifnhlnut mud Stntu Student Clonvnn- , tion Y. M. C. A., '28g President Ilnivvrslty 'Y. M. C. A., '28: Presl- mlunt Alpha Dnltn Slgmn, 'ZSQ Sec- l'c-tnry, '27: Chnirrnun Nntlonnl Con- vf-ntlon Committee Alnhu Delta N Flgnmg .Pl'0Hl1lt!l1f Thr- Pitkin Club, FORREST IIIOMPSON DALTON , K ' . 'zen Efmm--in-czhler 1930 Hxfmruck- A X A J F- 'f Inn"g H1-:ul Annvunver U. of K. Rn- ' ,K .W - moto Control Stutlnn nl' NVHAS. STURGIS, KY. 4 , ILS. in Commrrce N I 5 FRANCIS DAY A E ll A E :Ir 4 R" LEXlNG'l'0N', KY. ILS. in Commrrce THOMAS C. Gfnmas, JR. I . Romsm' B. Gozm Ii 2 'Q xv ii lp It T 1 ' v :,L1.1 .. - 9 I.oU1sv1r.Ll: KY. F w i. W 'Rabi in U f GLASGOW, KY. ILS. in C01Il1I1l'fL't" "," 5 ff! "1 BIS. in C0,,,,,,,.,-5, 1.3 fr- . .5,:v.gw,.- lntra-mural Wrustllng Chmnnlgn ff ' bij, dv M A, A 2 Il 135-lla, Ulu:-xs, 29: llultn. Sigma ll. ,w w .FA R, mum' ,26, '27, 123' '29g Orrrlmstrn, 'fiwqg .ff I I f '28, 0 .9 A Q. 0 0 0 ,,,Q was ,Q-Q I,-A ,, 11.2-vSQ'x 23:86 N fersv I MQSSN aes N Q13 - x . X XS X x -S V Q .- - N Q -.-vw X N ' - S .v -Q . Q - yur ' --90 qw' -S.: 55,4 XSEEQ Na.:-224 N5 . ' N 9 -- Q - 4, 'Rx 9 is Q rv' Q - NO E Wm hw --I of II I930 KENTUCKIAN -.I If -In W1 I X S Nm .X BX nr ' , llj -' 44- -. -v--.5 xv., xv iq 9 cgawl A oe' I 1 Wg. .41 14,4-. 1-r-' --:ap XSRQ- 4, 4 . 5' fu " U 3 J ' S Scnlgrs CIUIJIOTS .4 J . I 49 6' FRANK LELANIJ I-IowARn ' CMVOQ' JACOB 11, 22 K A 1 A IIoncENvII.r.E, KY. x OWMSBORO' W' B.S. in Commrrte KS' m C0"H""rM , ', . "KuI'IIm-1" SIIIIT, '27, '28, '29: Assist- A L H' B 1 L nut 1VlIIImI::-I', '28, '29g In-lm Sigma ...K0mm,kmn,. Smn.: l,m,,p0lmk'0n: U N I Pi: Il1'R'lIII4'IIgILlO Axijjlghlll Cuptulu Delta Sigma Pl SCh0llll'HIliD kay. Of' ' ' ' ' fs , I It I QM , F I Y '51 1 0 I Iggy. fl f I ' I fi x T' .I ' CIIARLES MANLEY J. OWEN JONES h GLEASON, 'rENN. v ' ' , A A 'I' xf ILS. In Commrrce LOUISVILLE, KY. J D B.S. in Comm1'rc'e ,psf - E- . E ,- PRIss'roN WARE ORnwAv c o fu? 'X' 0 0 A T A ' 'XJE Q' g.. 1 'wa KUTTAWA, KY. IZ AR . MIIILER G' 'D , . 'DG N G 0 . -I I 12.6. In Commrra' .f A . ',1 '- 5, Pl'0Hid1'llt l5l'lUl. Si!-Clllll Pi: Cll'1'lllll.- LOUISVILLEI KY' 52 - H011 Mlllllw-201' "lfl'I'll0l"1 Ss-Illmlmml , f :Ind Blurh-3 Nulnnraxl In Fnotlnlllg ILS. In Commvrre Lia-IIluII:1IIL II. O. T. C. ,K MARION VVYTIIE Ross or ,L . LORING W. ROUSII li E K Z I ' . . I.0UIsvII.I.II, RY. LOUISVILLE KY. . ' ILS. Ill Comnmrcc . V 4 ILS. In Commrrce I A E H "'t""""u"'l' M"'.'QQ,f""' '27' 'ax' '29' I v. III Ie, A. OAIIIIIIII, '2s, '29. ':m. T- ' 6... PAUL BERNARD ScIIooLER AUIIREY H. SELF D v was IANCASWR KY LEXINGTON KY. I , A I ILS. in Comma-fre B.S. Ill Covlnnvra' S' " - 4 --J E l 1 ' 0 0 I ' Q, Q 0 ' ' . A fs I ,.1,:'e:SS.X .a.?Ss6x 4339s Massa 4-'ESQ ,es ., x V x A N' - ' w- . .- - Y - x--ng, 58:0 Egg QW' S57 Q 'H ' 41 6 6 ' ' fx Z - x l Y f Q. If W ' Q A up Al S 1-,wily 1930 KENTUCKIAN -3? ll! Ng,-ns mek . "- ---'B 11. ' - - 1 - 04 1 - KQ ' .9 ,Q, -. I, A l, l L 4-ae- .- s :-A Q ,L ,Q . WSW! - 0 4 , 6' 'J f ' c- 'IJ . K 0 SCIUIIOTS ,fmt , Scmors , ,, . , , f G tx ' MORRIS SMITH ' Q gQfw.'3l JOHN H. r11llOMPKlNS TARIANGLE To f,j'11,lTj,f xl .p K T LEXINGTON. KV- ' . I.liXING'1'0N, KY. B.S. in Cornmfrce Q I A A 2 Il fb M A , l?.S. in C07Il7Ill'fI'6' Mews Glcu flluh, '27, '28, '29, '30I ' Associate Eclltol' "Kcntu6lcl:1.n": Lloutennnt R. 0. T. rs., nnwkgum-11 I Fu:-xllller, Lieutenant '29: Cllmll Knox Qufwtr-ttv. I 'F VVAl.'l'liR D. VEST ,l 1. l lp A T A xl , .fl V ' WALTON, RY. , T WIIIFRED L- VMADE ILS. in Commerce 2 B A A 2 TI "ET"0'1' MICH' Bnnd, '27, '28, 'l'rc-nsurm' Delta Sli:- - I , nm Pl, '29, '30, lVIon':-x Student Coun- B-S- In C0mm'rrL' cll, '30, Prusldunt Dc-lm Tnu Delta. A A z, A 2 ll ,A ' 30' Mlm! X Y. M. C, A. 'l'rensur1-r, '29: Prresl- in dent Alpha Delta Slgmn., '29, '30: " Senior Mvmber Freshxnun Y. M. C. V, A. Cubin:-tg "Kontuc-lcInn" Stn.l'I', '30: 0 0 A ' ,F Cl O P,-Qsldent Sigma Beta xl, '30, 1 Q , CHARLTQS H, ALLEN C 0 W , 1 w G 3 -L 2 K ,, ,,,g.,,p.l Moscow, Rv. , xr A.B. College of Educatzon ' CARRIE BELL ADAMS -A ., ' MAvsv1u.rz, KY. A College of Education !I.B. in Eduraiion " RUTH E. ALLEN T A Z L TAMPA, FLA. MARGARE'l' ALLEN JOHNSON , 1 I IFXINFTON KY fI.B. HI Izducalzon ,. . , . !l.B. in Edufation Engllsh Club, '29: Y. NV. C. A., '29, FRANCES BASKETI' A 1' A CYNTHIANA KY. MINNTE CLAY BAKER I ' IEXINM-ON KY fill. zn Education . . , . . . R. 0. T. C.: . - AJZ. zn Eduralzon ..glf?n.20J. of Comlmny 0 .9 ' ' ' Q, 0 O 9 J-U-s "RX as-5 ,Q .. aa-SSA germs N 4e:9Q mais x 4-:Q ,Q N , - , . K , N ,g 'x x ---if x 1 -'vii 3 5:11 ,gy S x:v .Q , Q ,, ., , X 1 'Q Q " 'ie'-14 XSEEQ XSEE4' Q-5' 41 Q - 4'6K 461 O A :bw - O N ,WW a-,gf N if M 1930 KENTUCKIAN wg? ff' Ng,-m VWK x N-N I' N . nr . f - ' 1-1-A f " 'B' A - NS -wv g.-. 1.-f if -1 a? N'Am7' . A 'U ' ' a 4 4 aw O T ' U 0 I Scnlgrs SCUIOTS ' was ANDREW JI ARNOLD Vxoum' F. Bum-ILER IIEXINGTDNI KYI LEXINGTON, xv. XLR. in Eduraiion 'LR' ln Edumtion WILHELMINA A. BOSWELL MCDONALD BLAND EAGLE STATION, KY- LOGAN, W- VA- AB. in Education 14.12. in Eduralion IJELEN LLOYD BROWNING A A 9 IRENE THOMAS BROWN 0 9 EARLINGTON, KY. CROPPER' KY' XLR. in Eduralinn . . - . . -Q A-R-171 l5d7U'U1w7l G 0 ' ' 0 Wommfs AdlIlilIlSYl'!lUVO Council. VI '28, '29g Ln C1'l'l'lI' Ivrmmcnis, '27, '283 , Y. M. c. A. L . PAUIJNEACQRPENIWR K Enmrr Bukclmm. CARNAHAN Q' LONOON, KY. 1.nxlNc'rON KY. I I I I I I 'W !l.B. zn Edumtion !l.Ii. 11: Erlumlzon IIIXIIII N I , - - R LOLA M. Colvms RUTH E. CI.IiVliI.AND A 1 A MORGANI KYI I.lfxxNm'oN, xv. AJR. in Eduralion XLR' U' '1f"fff"'0" 0 .9 9 0 . A .. as :QQ 2.5536 4?i"sQ I MZSQQ aes I ,sm .. xsgn xQx3:'n XSS? .xS5'5'9 Qsgiggz X X xg JAM 4J,,m?fN fs? l930 KENTUCMIAN M ig W0 1Y?,A'IvWIKM A I Ag n Kg :P-.... 1-Q A-.ww A LL MM" Q 4 C' QI 6' 'D ' J SCMIIOTS GENEVA MAE Comns A 1' A I.ExING'I'oN, KY. !l.B. in Educaiirm CHARLES DoNAIIUE STURGIS, KY. .4.B. in Eduration TIIELMAN HERNICE EvANs LExINc1'oN, Rv. !1.B. in Edumlinn VERE MARIE FLORA CARLISLE, RY. f1.B. in Eduration EI.IzAIzE'I'II GRAHAM A Z CLINTON, RY. .4.B. in Education l'hIlosnphiu.n Literary Smeluty: V. WV. C. A., '26-'29g English Uluh '29 Pltkln Club, 'JHJZ XV. A. C., Pl'USll11'lll Dultn Zvtil, '30. CD' 9 CIO ou Q0 9 Seniors MARY' FLORENCE CRUMI' I.lEXlNG'l'0N, RY. .'I.I!. in Edufaiion LEONA PEARL ELMORE RAVENNA, KY. .4.l1'. in Educaiion ELIZABIE'I'lI M. FARLEY I-IQLIIEN, w. VA. AB. in Education MII.nREn LOUISE GRAHAM FULTON, KY. ,fl.lI. in Eduraiion IEHWARH CARROLL I-IALE LExINc'I'oN, KY. ILS. as -x fa -5 ff 5 Ifs :Se ' klgsii 639 Q 5 R xx-, Ee' hx 4 N-,Q S-A 1 NW X' I '.. " -x ..--4 ,l.-- . .I-- .- ,,, .N -4 ' A N' xx 5 SQ N , L A S. ..--- xx - ' -- x '-.-' Q - -' 1 x -' Kiel! q,l s., 13,2 as I -55 f xx a x I A ' 41 X1 G Q 1,0 lv - 5 N X AW 1-mf ww ig l930 KENTUCKIAN gg uf Km 3 W1 ik -. -ics - - 3 ' M-4 1 -Maw-M I ....- 19 .,.59' !l A -s- --' G95 ' S ' 6' 3 M Q Nu 1 ' U '3 , cmmors E X - Scnnoars I DoRo'rnY Mmuls HALL 3 EI.1zAnm'H Hoon . kossLYN, KY. Rf. A Z 11.12. in Edumlion FL'M'NS'3URG' KY- , AJI. in Edufation Pm!-Hcllunlr-, '285 T,-pnsul-cr' 129. Engll:-1h Club, '29, '30p Phllosophlnn' '20s Gu-ls' mme, '26, '27. ' JOHN D. I-Iuwcraxmwn 21 A E LEXINGTON' KY' FAME T. IENKINSON 11.13. in Education K K 1' Pllklu Club, Centre Collcgv. LEXINGTON, KY. f1.B. in Education 0 D Q, 3 I.Ucu.ma Comuxn JENNINGS - KA'rmaR1Nrz VAUGHT JUDY cYN'1'u1ANA, KY. C 0 0 'o MILLERSBURG, KY. 11.11. in Educaiion 11.13. in Educalirm Lum CARR KENDEI.L Famous L. Juwx' A Z A 1- A I LnxxNc'roN, KY. LEXINGTON, KY- 11.13. in Education A.B. ill Etfllfllliml Philosnphirm, '27, Co-od Rand, '27, '2Sg English filuh, '29: Y. VV. C. A., '27, '23, '29. Q . wa VWIAN MAE MCGRAW 3 -' H Amcn Lucrua Mmuzs LuxrNc1'oN, KY. 1 A I 1.nxrNG'roN, KY. 4.13. zn Educalzou " ', ' 11.11. zu Eduralmn G 0 D .. ,..., . . ,... ...iL.5. Q O 9 0 1-n-. v-sx ,q 'yt 'Lasik .zerisx 42?SQ M?-Sgt req ax - -,i , I S v 5 lv , I- 'X N .-l--.s X 'ey' wg-ff vs., HJ xS?,?'9 QS'i?E?' WW "' x, . I 0-X - . 'f ' 41 QQK Z Q '0 xx N 1 f A x X- WNW 1-gf I-I ig 1930 RENTUCRIAN gy ff I5,nI W A ,, M N - ,Q Q . , f ' - 4-ez- ..- -- -2- 4 .. ..Q s, ,.y-.Q. 3w:..,-, 32- A, ,QQ vgbf - X AL s , - A 1 4 4 5' rg . ' C' 'D . ' S ' Scnwrs C1UUl0TS H I I ' 0 R WARRFN MARsIIAII MARY VIRGINIA MARRS I . lC"A"" ' " I.AwRIaNcIsnURG, KY. . A X A X 0 WARSAW, KY. A4.B. in Edumfion 1' ' 11.13. in Erlufalmn j N' BIIIIII, '28, '29, MRS. SARAII D. MARTIN LEXINGTON, KY. . . BRRNAIIINII MASON XLR. Ed :canon in I IcI.RINs, W. vA. !l.B. in Educalion ADRIENNIS MASON X Z T A 1 G O SONORA, KY. 0 D A I 'H X LII,I.Ila I-IoI.I.Is MooRI2 A.B. In Izduralmn G 0 " X , G, ,D CYNTHANM' KY' WV. A. A.: Bm-4lcnLbullg l-Io:-kreyg - v - Track: Tennis: Y. W. C. A.: Eng- XLR' m Edmalwn llsh Club: HI:-story Club, '25, '26, '2D. AMY I'IliS'l'ER PATRICK X EDITH LOUISE PRICE CARLISLE, KY. I A A 9 AJR. in Educalian 5 IzARI.INc'I'oN, KY. TI'ea.surm' Scenlor Class: Tzmr-hers 'i,t:"'?,4:f W A-B' in Educ-afion C0111-mf, Iaiuhmmm, Icy., v. W. C. 'INA ' 'V A W A. UU,llflll't. i H E i LENORE MARIE PORTMANN 8 MWNIE ELEANOR pmc A A T ' LONIION, RY. L N. . . . CURRIF' MIN I AJP. zu Izducalmu fI.B. in Educalion Spgmjgh tflubg Y. WV. C. A. ,Q I 0 .9 h I Q. D 9 0 ri ' ,, IIE-ESQ .9.?x5'S5 6'?i9q 0125s N 4?9x - 'N' NN N - -S.- , Q- .--.. - H R?" my ES' E555 ' XSSEQ XSEEQ Sw f ' 42 66 9 QQ Y Y K Q bib lv - 7 I 'NW g h' NI rl' Tm V330 KENTUCKIAN -pw If W 3 W 'I X S 1 .III ?sI if 4'1gI!'..,'0-- 1 Ak.:-4- f ' V Ng ,:.. ai' :F -1- if J"4x'Sg' 0 Y Q 4 51 5 C' 'D S - Scnnuonrs CHIOTS MR'.A sS.P "I SAIIIE ANN PARITZ S NNI RMHHR LIsxING'roN KY. I.IiXING'l'0N, KY. ' . . 4.12. ' J ' !I.I?. nz Edumlmn In Iqdummm J Luo l3AI.E SMI'I'II - A Z 1 6. VIVIAN M. SIvII'I'II I I WILLIAMSON, W. wx, IIINIIMAN, KY. . . fI.B. ' Ed ' !I.B. In Educalzorz g m ummm SuI:I'ul:1I'y and '1'I'uIIsuI'IeI' of Iggllllgrilll - I Ulul, '29, 'nog Y. xv. cu. A.. ' . Pitkiln Club, '29p PLIII-III-IIIIIIII,-, '2S. '29. IIl5RIlIiR'l' S'I'I2I3LY G 0 CI O 2 N 6' WILLIAMSIIURG, KY. IMOGENE A. SIvII'I'II C- 0 Q -9 , - . 2. I ' FT. THOMAS' KY. 141 171 Iwiuralzon XLR. in Edzzmliofz 5 I.oUIsII LYLE WENIIT GENIIVIEVII L. WILSON A Z A LEXINGTON, KY. NIQWI-oR'r, KY. AJ3. in lfrluralion in ,jjgi in Ef1,,M,i,,,, . :I -Rum' L. VVILSON ' ZH, WILMAMS coIuN'I'H, Icy. QQ 6. BEREA, KY. f7'B' iff Ed"w'i"" - i 3.13. in Erlutalion if X C -9 ' Q :J 9 Q .ess ""'N an-5 , 'pil .I azfisix ,ze-:SSN aegis brgssty A--.gs gm ---v' 8 x Q g ..1--. Q I' . Y vu- N' - Q U-Q v . X ' -9" M" use FEM Neuse? Nsesff QW f ' I 6 I w 9 1 ' m N J.-MR hm? YM 15? 1 l930 KENTUCKIAN I 3? iff, R., V A A , -. --Q QW KQA 1:1 ay: it 15,5 my 551 54, v A .- 4 4 6' 'D ' C' 'D . Scnmconrs Scnmors l WINIFRRII VVORTON sIvII'rIILANn, RY. 11.13. in Education College of Engineering -IULIAN CUTHBISRT ALIIXANIJIER A X A Wl'IEA'l'I.liY, KY. B.S. in Ci-vil Engirzcaring I A. S. C. E. O0 JOIIN CHARLES BENSON A T A I.IzxINc'I'oN, Rv. G0 M. and E. I?.S. in Erzginnnrirzg SI:nlvhI1I'd :Ind Tilmlv: 1'I'usIIalm1t Son- IOI' UIHHHI OIIIlc'I'InI IJUHIL Ku.ppII. l WILLIAM WAND BRADLEY GREENVILLE, RY. c:IvII B.S. in Elzgilzrfrilzg I I I'IOWARIl F. BROWN I.IiXlNG'l'0N, KY. M. :md E. B.S. in Enginfcring 0.9 9 ,.-. -Q , ll"'Se 74'-QQ ? . X I Bs. . Q N I. I '5' I I ff 'f V, , 4, f .iff , 1 vf ,xl ,I f , , UI... - Q is 'fi' " " - " H47 . ..w.?LIi.'. MI.: ,.1v:? .I ww NK' ,U ' l 'wi xi , , ., X A, ,Q f -f- ..... I X . Q C. Q1 3. , Th -1' K G N - I V"'How. .I -f' . II. g H , I f '1 I I, I If -7 Y: - ' . I1 ,II ',,,l',QLL.m R 5.1.5.-,I Q k'f,57i2'- 1 31 'A I ILFIP. Q4 ,- 5222. Q O 'D O ,M ,. w ,I vw. :SRI , ,H my X .W - I ,mc R, P 3 . U' , I ' X 'I . K, '15, 'ww iffy .. Km. ',g,.f'f gf I I ffie Q 1 N-up 5. Q2 W9 Rx I5 FRANCIS E. SRINNIIR LExING'I'oN, RY. .4.B. in Ezlucalirm College of Engineering CIIARLRS FoRRIas'I' BAILEY wINcIIIIs'I'IIR, 'KY, M. and E. ILS. in Iingirzacrirzg HARRY C. BLACK I..nxINc'I'oN, RY. M. and E. ILS. in Engineering WILLIAM HENRY BRANAMAN I.IcxINc'I'oN, RY. M. :Ind E. ILS. in Engineering WILLIAM J. BRuIvIMIa1"I'I2 LIsxINc'I'oN, KY. cIvII ILS. in Engineering liissg as-Q Qx x"x-v-1 X Q-.-11 XX' 3 E-5' x. .af 5 N A , . .- . .pn-- N Nl :L 5 ,, . 'N A s 5 Q Y Q S I N " x 7 -.--., Q14 We :I N E V X .- J., Q .g', Q ,- u I' - , - ' L v i0 'v " xi C - 4 6 s G X' V Hx I IU N X Mmm ,-'W' K., Q, 1930 KENTucmAN X3 ll np, W .N M A ,I -ia. - - ' KK. X fr Y 4-dl 1 Y' A-ez - .- E s W " Q50 'QL Q- 4-7: tif' ii" 1 '! v5xZ0 ' ' , 4 6. ,D uf' ..sz.ffw-me--'lfit'-'rf"s."1'v w N -'W'-fT'f":1:"'Z" , o 'D ,h A. ,,.,. . . K . O MW? Scmoxrs N L, 'X Scmfgrs K I as ' J, ' 1 . . - EL E Luo Louis CAMPmzLr., JR. .EM , 5 MIR NAR" CAWBY . iff., oi" , r .E ' ' , DANVILLE, KY. A ,Q .Q XHNGWN' KY .-...A -' ' . . Civil . yy : . M. und lu. - . - 'Q ' ILS. ' E ' ' B.S. 111 EIIQIIZHWIIIQ In ngmulrmg 'l' I! II I V, ' ALLAN P. Clmknowwmu I , '- I CQVINCTONY Ky. SMITH T. COLLIER N 'HIANA . t M. mul lfl. hz- CY 1 ' KY , 1 , , ' ' f Clvll B.S. zn hngzfzrrrmg I I I . I ' ILS. m Engmecrzng Crmkmas E, COLVIN, JR. 'I'-1 fl! ' 'ww JERRY JAY CONSTANTINE .5 ' . 'Y. . HXIMNION' 1' G ,9 L g, , CJ 0 LEXINGTON, KY. M. mul E. sv l M. and E. B.S. ' En invrin ' ' G' 'D . . . in 9 H g C7 0 , 5, B.S.1nEngznccrzng 'I' B H mv. Scuhlmrcl und Illudc. MAUKICE W. Dzxvxs WILLIAMSBURG KY. I-IAKKY Gmwm' CKAF1' ' qi E K 'N 1 ex M. and E. cr.AKKrzsnALn, Miss. I ,' f X B.S. zn Engmffrmg B.S. Ill Czfvzl Ellglflbdflflg ' Freshnmn lfoothnll, '25: A. S. C. EJ Intm-xnuml Nvrestllnlr. '29- ' Ronmw' IRMEN FORT fb E K FRANKFORT, KY. Howmzn Mmzcrzk Frrcx-1 5 ' f B.S. in M. and E. .' 4 n 'I' A 9 'I A .wi ,V .-? Q 'I' B II LEXINGTON, KY. ' QQ ' ' Vive-Pr:-sldont Phi Mu Alplmg Dol- ' V! ' 1-proto to Nutlonnl Convention of M, ,mg E, - , 'Fnu Beta Pl: President Tnu Bela Pl, '29g Band, '26, '27, '28, '29g Ellis ' . ' . ' Awurcl, Ronmny Stuff, '27: Gulg- B'S' in Engmtrrmg nol Stuff, '28, '29: Strollers Staff: A. L E. E.: Secretm'y-'l'rr'nsu1'el' A. , 1. E. E., '29. c 9 ' 0. o 0 9 vs-s as-s, .ali I st aE "S5 .X .aerise 4235s nfzasb AEQN -QS - N . , N .- - ... , ,, .. , ' ' " NE" Nr" 'S-f WSUQJ NSEEQ QSEE4' SW 'W " 4: SN 6 N 7' 'X - R 1 . A .1 Q 0, xx A, C C. A X 1-gf NW gg 1930 RENTUCRIAN -9 H- WF., WMI. Q -Q vi I , . 4 R ' 'R' 'xi'-To -6- jjr ii 'W A .Jaw ' Xfff- , S14 s vq- i' . 1 , ,XZ , , 4 4 6' o A , , c' fo S ' ,, 4 cnnors ,Rf ,X Scmcors if V 1 MARGARET E'l'IHiI. FRY -' PE'l'IiR CAMERON GIQARIIART A ,, fiffgm? A Z r A mzhj - I 111 K XI' I.Rx1Nc:'rON Rv. ' A I.liXING'1'0N, Rv. v ,X M. and E, . Clvll B.S. in Enginr'n1'ing ILS. in Erlgifzfnring . 1 . , . ' . m JOHN IYLER GIESS if 51 JOHN If fd IAM K N ' ' L 7' Q ANsA 'rrv Mo. I,lcx1NG'roN, Rv. K S L ' M. and E. M. and E. . . . . l?.S.' En ' ,r' B.S. ul lzngznwrrzng m WWI, my S4-4-vw-Lury Su-Ky, '2S. G 0 W - , C' 0 AzRO SHEI.'I'0N HRNDRICRS J Q: -v l Q' wRs'r PADUCAH, KY. YIUGII FRANCIS HEMI'IIlI.L Q 0 fy 9 -5 4' ' f if M. and lu. NlCHOLASVII.l.l:, KY. , - I . I M' mm N. I?.S. 111 E1lf1llll'6f17lg l!.'. ' 1 ' " ' .S zzz fnynzffrzng I A A' , I H J S JACK HOWARD RICHARD P. HOWARD Q Q , MQ: T"'u"':'e I.lax1Nc'rON, KY. ' A " fiifxg "'5XING"'0N' KY' M. Xlllll IC. V' Rf M' mm E' I Q Ji, .V f Y I Q . I l?.S. in Ellffiflffflllg , BHS- U' h'19"'W"m0' CLYDE B. JONES IVIILLARIJ JOHNSON HUBBARD Q q, If T MAYI"'5"D' KY' J Lou1svH.mz, KY, CW" I J civil B.S. nz lzrzynwrrzrzg B.S. in Engimwring A. cz. 111.1 Tn-nf-R, '2x, '29 0 .9 , Q, o 9 use Z- "" 1 41s at sY 'I x sq X .-I wg X S xgv-9 Q 5, Xia xi S, QQ .1 ' vs X if v If N-up Lf f N x . I4 '--A . - f-- N -l-- xl fr- N ,if , s - .sQ 1 Rx-. Cf, i V , me-R. S-.- -, W I u " 'i - Q lyb "' I M W 3 VMI Nez- ft: ' - f' 6 6 H Y , fam liar' Q" 'ff 1 I'-B0 KENTUCKIAN I . ww Nl -SA i AUX ik A? . if -. JW- NSW QW fx Q ,:, . -:gif - - A4 Q 4 ' c- 'za G cs . S - I Scmumlrs CJUIJIOIFS 4 I . 'F , . X ' Moluus ABRAHAM KINSBURG CARI. OWSLILY Q 1.uxING'1'oN, KY. BI.ANDVIl.I,lE, KY. 1 I N ' , Civil 12.5. zu I:r1gzm'nr1ng - V I I I st 12.6. m Engmrerzng , , YMARCEL KUKI.lNSKI , .U Crmknlas NOAH LANCASTER vnRsAu,Lrzs, KY. 9' , I LEXING1-ON, KY. M. mm E. - M. and E. B'S' in E"9i'1""ri"9 I ILS. in Engineering I WAL'rlaK S. LANGSFORD G 9 ,X V Qg Q c O T T LFFFR I.lzxxNm'oN, KY. ,ff .E 'j' 'Ml guufli' Civil C 0 - 9 G' 'o , , , . . ' 9' B.S. zn Eizgzlzzwrzng B.S. 111 E71-dlllI'l'l'lllg A K Ronuwr K. LEWIS ' Qt: Nw CRIESQ-:.,nE,Ig,340ss v A 4' 4 K A' Y . f FULTON, KY. DANVILLE, KY. ' - 1-T" Mot. M. und E. , I , A ILS. in Elllliilfffi B.S. zu Enguzm-rzng ' ng 5 . . Wu.r.1AM M. MURPHY sr X CLYDE KNOX NAVE LEXINGTON, KY. x .7 ' . VERSAILLES. KY- M. mul E. . b Y M- and E. B.S. in Engim-L-rirzg g B.S. in Enginrrring ' I -, , :.,f:A I . Q 0 G .9 'QQ aG-5 Q ,- 1145s S I A S Q it Q.-.. X? N4 74, Ne s 2,0 Ss gk -', 5.17 Y ll he l 0 I Q fs! x I A1 ' 'N , LC- Qsgx Q - .-. N v .I - EQ W' we i Q' E Q. 'T' Q' "' 'UZ 3:9 ' fa' f XS va: On kk ' 45 N Q Q W xv - yn f Y l 'I' wx rn I930 KENTUCKIAN ww " 'R W'-I .. . .ff xlll' 2 ' I' 193 'X, . , m -s-5.44 pw yka PE qi, jqpgyjl-I Akvgf, 3 307. 4 G 'D C' 'D Scmors , I R - Scnwrs Mu.FORn WHITE Nou WI: JOSEPH CLAY OGG A T A R - ' 1- LEXINGTON, KY. M. mul E. 1?.S. in Enginnfring Hmllo Oneratm' Extunsirm Studios - VVHAS In Lexington. I , . 1 I I nn' 9' I Wn.1.mM R. PA'l"l'ERSON ' I - 9' Llzx1NG'1'oN, KY. 5 ' ,Q , . , M. and E. ILS. in Enyinnvring X o o I ' . IEnwARn WARU PENTZ l WI Q NrcHol.Asv1LLre, KY. C 0 ' ' I M. :md E. I B.S. in Enyim-cring JAMES FRANK PIi'l"I'US s1'ANmRu, RY. M. :md IC. ILS. in Enginrfring O K! G la LA GRANGE, KY. Civil B.S. in Engineering JOHN WYCLIFF PENNELL A X A LOUISVILLE, KY. B.S. in C. E. 'I' II II Prvnlzlunt Ulf-km' Enlgneerlng So 4-in-typ Suolmtary Freshmmx Clnss Bum-bull Numeral:-45 A. S. C. E. . Snr-x'1stm'y A. S. fi. E., '29: Prnnl- dunt Mun'H Dormllnry Association. '20: Tnu Bum. Pl 'Preasurcrg Pun- Politlkon. jmvms G. PERRY 1.nx1Nc'roN, KY. M. and E. B.S. in Enginrcring W1L.l.mM B. PHYTHIAN FRANKFORT, KY, Civil ILS. in Engirzfaring RALPH Nrxow PI.A'l"I'S I '1"'ifmg'0 V1Rc1L PRoc1'rzR NICI'IOI.ASVILI.Ii, KY. Q M GRANGE, KY- M. and IC. 1 I A I MCI- B.S. in Enginrrring ' . ' B-S- in Efldiffffflffg . . c .9 'V-'- Q, o 9 Q ,Q n-is 4-s-5 as ,, '15 3SsiX .zergx 62:5 0,2 is N aes N .gi , ,SEN ssgv QS! ' QS?-1-gig QS-Egg, N . . Y A A0 lv - xi C - 4 ex 9 X .f xx I IN gf, 3 U- 5 V, .44 .1 osx- ,.- S .5 , - .-.. - f it "1 I I v3XZ0 Y x . ' X 4 4 6, 0 c 2: S A ' CUHOTS Scmlwrs K v - . C V R ' ' JAMES THOMAS SAnm. uAlu.ns xY.ssl.l.R ich NEWTOWN, KY. IT 'lx A I C -il Annuoulikoulz, N. M. 4 N M. and N. A ig ILS. in Engizzrffring . , . . S- ll -1 R-S. In hnglm,N.mg ummm und Blade. President Frusllnmxm fflnr-KH. '2G. I Q 1, I 7 we . f VSALTER DANIEL SPARKS BEN SHRABERG " , I ' ' VVHST LIBERTY, KY. LIiXING'l'ON, KY. i. I M' and E. M, 1 D. ' . . . mu Q 9 .I B.S. in E7lyl7ll'l'f17lg B.S. in Enginrfring L :L ig. . MART1. M. T- , VVILLIAM FREDERICK S'rlaERs 0 0 at 1 V cf 0 N HOMINON ' ,' A vvrinnvxLr.E ' . LuxxNc'roN, KY. ' 2' P. ' KY 'Vx S-f - "'- w M. n. M. Ana E. G' 0 We 3, ., ? X. 0 T' mm P . . . B.S. E ' - ' B.S. in Engz1u'z'rzng ' In "H"'Lff1"v X , BEN FRANKLIN VAN METER AA EDWARD L- VIHTH If A X, W 2 covrNc'roN, KY. LEx1NG1'oN, KY. v j .7 M. mul E. ' I 1 X o a u M- and V - 4 ILS. nz Ezzgzmwrzng B.S. in Engimwriflg ' Iflnou-gn-uphhf Edlun- "lc,-numklmh-' Stroller Ellglhlv. - .QA I Tuoyms A. WAL'rm:s Louls A, VVAL1-ON 'l'rlnnglc W I KI, K T LEXINGTON, KY. 3 4 4 1 H A A i ClzNlRAI. CITY, KY. B'S' In M' E' X ff Y M. und E. Mysth: 'run-mm, '27: su-mn-r Eligl- I ff- ' , , , blog l"l'vshln:m Nunn-1'xLl:-v in Foot- B.S.l7lE7lf1l1l1'I'fl7lg bull: Varsity "K" ln Fofbth ' 'I' B H 0 -9 A Q. o Y 0 ns s as 5 ps as -:Q , - -:S, -SS N ,fight AES N ,X Q X ,, xt' ' N-11 S-be g,.f F!! sag' N. .a f t .. .4 ...--qxs' .l.-.. x .1--.. S I :.. -1 :N -.---1 'QL 9- ses 5' Ns x :7 ' bww:-:Q X61-gg? h EQ Q? 3 'J x. 1 lv ' 45 QA 9 A bb 'N - O x .. in 1-,gf my if 1930 KENTUCKIAN Wy ff' "gp-m WWK '-.. ' -' , Q - K f ..-A 4 "ab A .NT-1 Q- ,, A fig .Zi K--swf -3- ' 1 SZ4 S - '1 ' 8:42 4 4 6' o " o 21 o S Y 4 Sclnnlors CMIIOIFS 1 3 , ' W FRANK Dnsmm Wmms 1 ,w RAYMOND NEAL Wnmz CYNTHIANA, KY, ' ' 1. , 1fllZNlJliliSON, KY. own ' I B.S. in M. E. B.S. in Enginnwing 1 4 Y. M. cz. A. cullnmlr, '27, '28, '29, ' Scam-l.m'y Y. M. fl. A., '28, Rlfla , , tm-llm. 'zu, '27, A. M. lc., '29, . A. 1. rc. '29. GRANER DAY W1I.r.rcv I I .A X . LEXINGTON, KY. f-A ' -' M- 111111 E- ' 'fin' I JAMES W. ZIMMERMAN B.S. in Engineering - LrcxINc'l'oN, KY. D. tc. '25, A. s. M. lc.. '28, '29: W ' ILS. in linginrm-ing Soclcety oi' Autnnlotlvfe Emglxnceers, ' 'zng A. 1. la. E., '29, I V! 'Suk VX.. College of Law ' ll Co ege of Law c o Q o ELDREI3 E. ADAMS Q. J , , -H ,f A'rl.m2 josrzvu Asnnk AnAMs, KY. C Q 9 -D I , V . LEXINGTON, KY. mln A cl: I ,, ,f l.l..B. Canuruu Club, '28, '29: Pitkin Club: Y. M. C. A., '27, '28, '29g I-Ienry Clny Law Society, '27, '28, '29. I.I..I3. I A I ' Wrr.r,1AM l-llzlanlzwr CHCIL L 5 f, J I.Ex1Nc'roN, KY. Wxr.LxAM HUllliR'l' BUcKLns ng . , . L ' - I.I..B. 2, N l .C NEWPORT, KY. l,I,.B. , l I JAMES CAMvnm.r. FINLEY A X A JOHN Puakcn Ckosnv A T A ,,,,, MAms0Nvu.r.n, KY. smamc STATION, KY. It ' fb A A, 0 A K lp A fp ,, A ' I 5 Snplmmcwf- R. 0, 'l'. C. Fun: Svnb- Q, , Imrll mul Bluflug Svnlor lt. 0. T. C. Surfonxl Lliblllllllltllt ll. O. T. C., Ro- l,5,,l?,gjf4'2' I ,Il W Y CHIP! li0Nll'Y UIUZUIIHNIIP T!'0l1hy. E mlmy, '27, 'mg '29g Mugler ll., O. HP. Cl.: Student , bounce . LL.B. . , LI..B. 0 9' -Q lo 9 0 qsu-s "" an-5 If .. 'faerie ,X ,aeesex fffig 0,253 X aifs N .sq - 'N Ns X x -S ' N - ---v- X N - s- S sv X -- - Tx-W - iw' ' ' -9" Q?" 'bg is,-24 sas, Nasa? X W Cpxm, - ,ai 44 9 ' Q 9,6 lv - , A gi X L, ,I W I-,gf l930 KE:-ITucIuAN -3? If -mm W fl K J x' 'PPS 1 x ' - I, - ' 5 L xsgv sg T ,f 1-Q ,w vghf 0 mb 6' Q . ,. , I C. fa Scmnlonrs l I ' Smmwxrs Q .v h R! ANDREW VANsAN'I' Fox I I I HEWITT HARNED EUZAVIUIEI KY- L I.IfxING'1'0N, KY. LHB. K LLJI. . 'I I E " 'D 2 WILLIAM Rocmks I-IOIIGEN QV 4. Romkl O 'AR K A 1 g I.IzxINc'I'oN, KY. ImA'NoN KY ' h - sl-IIIIIIIII-II und nmal-g Phi In-Im Phi. . L , . 1 if I I A 'IP A LL.1z. I , .vw LLJ3. I I. I ,f 0 O ' Q c o 1 t- ' 5 . N STANLEY PoWIaI.I. 5 Q " I' f'ARN'f'l' J- RICE LEXINGTON, KY. G 0 I f h B . U 'D CAMl'llEI.I.SVILI.E, KY. L L- B. I J., 1,L.1:. RAIN! A SWWNS ' ' MAI.coI,M P. VVAIIACII HUNTINCWSN 'VA ' VVliS'l' IfIzANxFou'I', xv. 'Ll B LLB. LIQONARD ADAMS STRANAIIAN A T 9 WILLIS C. WRIGII'l' sIIEI,nYvILLIz, KY. LLJI. 0.9 0 as :QL f rim, -M. TERRIZ IIAUTI5, IND. f'l.B. in Edumiion "KorIIul" StaII'l': Tllvtn, Alphi 'Phig 4 Sllilllll llultn Chl: Assoc-Into Edltnr "KI:I'III-l"g ICIII:llslI Ululr: Nntioxml l.ItuI'n,I-y AssnI'1utlnII Skull and 01-1-sf-I-III, TllIllll,lllL Lions Club: In- ,C lullllll 1lIIlx'I-malty, '25, '26g 'llldlilllll Sluts- UIIlvvI':-Iity, '27, '28, Q, 0 I 0 efpyl N un fl we 9 NN " wx - ex - Y --5' E57 Q. sf X x - Y ,..,-fxs' ,p,.,, N .,-- I --L .ix A. v- . NNN , N N , X . I " - 'B h YQ, x, ,, Q x- - J, Q x-gq.v1 iw C- - 4' 6 q f i v v, - .. ,mm 1-zf' N af 1930 KENTUCKIAN ,V in fi' W,, wwf W' 5 i nlivlkib I -L Na. fuig jllg 1 AK..-.: 5 ii S74' 'Ya ,i -.75 1.-f ii- , 49 N'.gQlf-- ' ' " 4 4 0 G' 'D . 9 rg J SCHIUTS Seniors Gwsvmvs L. Wn.soN MRS' LOLA L. ROBINSON LEx1Nc'roN, KY. Lnxmgq-ON, KY' f1.B. in Education AB OVA Dow PERKxNsoN ' ii y MILTON, KY. ggi' h W gy EDVIH E. ODELL D , gf' if K A ,mf' Foknsvu.Lrz, KY. B.S. in Agrzcullure , - 41' Y 14-3- ART MUNYAN, K 2 0 0 f 4 L1exlNc'roN, KY. I ig Q, , Sun I'IEAD AJ3. in Geology C Q Y 5 L LEXINGTON' KY' Student Council: Ki,-ysg Pan-Hob if l3.S. in Home Eronomics lenlu licpresn-ntutlvu, '29. X' ff , f x , Wx, MAliGARl!'l' O'BRmN I-IALL i - I Aug GARNW LLOX? HAYDON SPRINGFIELD, KY. , V , K 9' A MACKVILUL' KY' A B -V V . l Q B.S. in Agriculture .R ' . T MARY TRYPHENA DAVIS ELIZABETH ERSCHELLE wxxcl-ms1'ER, KY. NEWPORT, KY. f1.B. Q ' A 11.11. in Education wiv! X G 9 Q. o 9 9 ,. -N 115 --N 4-QQ 43: N ,ll-43 S 4G Q X N Q X SN x " s I X21'J XQA I rw Nqv"f ..-. at 'iris ,N .?., . ff, Wx I 'L Sq S -QN .. 5 X -.--.,, s Q:-,, ,E :r :.! - 5. ::' Z .lgsxj xQx ,W 8, M- E I io x 1 my 54.4 s. ,4 A N X. ,WW 15.52555 QR. Ieno KENTUCKIAN I S9 ffff' Egg, awk -. -log - .sa sk 1 1 1 - A Q.-si. ' SE 6' 'D SCHJIOIFS BEECI-IER P. ADAMS, flv K T . . Houstonville, A.B. RussEI.I. Ross ADAMS, 112 K T . . . Lexington, B.S. in Commerce Delta Sigma Pig Assistant Manager Bnsebnll, HORACII BERNARD AI.ERDIcE . . .Lynnville, B.S. in Agriculture CIIARLES EDWARD ALLEN. . . . .Danville, B.S. in Education MARVIN PIERCE AI.I.EN . . . .Danville, 11.13. MARCUERIIE GILIIAM ARNOLD . .LouisvilTe, fI.B. in Education RoEER'I' MARsIIALI. AI.VEIlSON . . . Danville, B.S. in M.E. VVIIILIAM RICHARD BALLINGER . .Louisville, I LL.B. in Latw SALLIE MAE l3AN'rA . - . ..... Paris, A.B. in Education MARION JASPER BELEW . ..... Corinth, 4.12. in Education BE'l'l'lE BU'I'I'oN BliNNl5'l'l' .... La Grange, A.B. in Education OLLIE JAMES BOWEN . . . .Lawrenceburg, Scimnonrs ERROI. MACY BowI.INr: . . .Lnwrenceburg, Ky. ILS. in C.E. FRANCES FORD BRADLEY . .--. Danville, Ky. AJR. MAYE I-IowEI.I. BRISCOE . . . . . Stanton, Ky. AJ3. ANNE WADE BROWN ...... Lexington, Ky. .4.B. in Education HARLAN RAYMOND BROWN .... Ashland, Ky. 11.13. in Education G 9 JOHN HENRY Bu'I'I.ER ...... Ashland, Ky. ILS. in c fo MINNIE MAE BYRD . ..... Pine Ridge, Ky. .4.B. in Education C. E. BARNES ....-. . .Corbin, Ky. LL.B. I CARROI. ES'l'II.l. BvRoN, E N . .Owingsville, Ky. ' LLB. FRANCES Ru'I'II BERRY . . . 4. . Greendale, Ky. 11.13. in Education Lols PERRY BROWN, A Z .... Lexington, Ky. AJ3. in Education VOUCll.l.li A. BREw'roN, A 1' A . . . Latonia, Ky. AIB. f'I.B. in Education 0 9 0 . -if 'l?-SQA ' RSX ffaxs 1,123 4-A Q xx kg 9 , N55 Q I F' "-" N 1' A0 ' - ' -Ss. I--P .I-5 I iw -N .Q ' ' Xxx 4, . Ny .- -X X.- - F Q QI' '35 S-.S - Q S 3:9 X-QE: Il QW?" , 'I ' 4' 6 N 6 ' H N p W lx - , 'AW 1-af' N mf 1930 KENTUCKIAN in lt? N,,,vWN1 5 nlklllb A c .- ,wi ,Nl Axeffjn 5 l-KNS'Z4Vns.x g :Q I i l Q: ig. , A 0 silo S 0 O GIUIJIOJFS Seniors RICHARD CUNTON BREWER - -AUSHY1. TEX- MRS. LUCILLE CHANSLOR . . . .Lexington, Ky. A.B. A.B. in Education EDITH RICE CAUDILL .... . . Jeremiah, Ky. VERA MAY CULLEN - "" Milwaukee, Wis- fI.B. in Education f7-B- in Edufafion DAVID CLIFT . ...-.... Lexington, Ky. HAZEL CDATFIHLD . ---.-. Ashland, Ky. B.S. in C0m,,,e,.ce !l.B. in Education J. W. CRAWFORD . . . - . . . Henderson, Ky. CHARLIE Conn ......... Ashland, Ky B.S. in Commerce B.S. in Agriculture R. L. CALFEE ....... Charleston, W. Va. B.S. in Agriculture B. F. COFFMAN ...... , . . Ashland, Ky. !l.B. in Education Q, ,9 D'Al.l.lS H. CHAPMAN, A 1' A . Morganfiekl, Ky. C' 0 A.B. ARNOLD Bknroa Comas . . . . DominB0. KY f1.B. CLYDE B. CRAWLEY . ..... Lexington, Ky. A.B. ' I-IERMAN Tow Comns ..... Emmalena, Ky V A'B' THOMAS Ckoss, JR., A X .... Mayfield, Ky. B.S. in Industrial Chemistry RALPH EUGENE CONNELI. . -.-. . Paris, Ky. I LLB- in LW' ' FRANK J. CUMMINS .... . . Lexington, Ky. A.B. EDNA E. Colman ...... - Elkins, W. Vu. .4.B. . ELBERT BELL, '41 A 'G ...... Eminence, Ky. B.S. in Education Gu-0 Club, '24, 'zsg Band. '24g "Kumi-1" lsmff, '25, 'zug ALLIE MAY HEATH CORYELI. . . . Paducah, Ky. Lend In Local Com' 29' Snolers' 29' ' .fI.B. in Education FLORENCE L. BICKEL, K A . Huntington, W. Va. A.B. MRS- HELEN J- CARD .-... Lexington, Ky. Glee Club, '28, '29g French Club, '28, '29: mae Squad, . . '29g Stroller Eligible, '28g "Kernel" Stnl'l', '29p Theta A.B. zn Educatzon Sigma pm, '29, 0 .9 9 151 25 ii fi 4 MES , 7.939 ffif nzix fn' .N - uv"-"n xsbxb-'ff Nssfvv , NQJN -7 I sqsi--.-uv -taxa-7 saw -' 39 X- N-f Def 2-ss' hesf N3 5 f vi ' If O - fi 6 A f Q t " lv - XO N N , tw hm? N if l930 KENTUCKIAN A E3 lt? W,,,, vmwk M I : LQQVL-Ng ,V "' 2 ai-K il:-E 2 59, vAxZa, 1-9: , ,., 4 GIG 0 I S ' Seniors GIHIIIOIPS ORA BASCUM DABNEY . - . - - .Midway, Ky. AMELIA G. DULEY . ..... Morehead, KY- !I.B. in Education AB' MARION E. DAI.RYIvIPI.E . . . Williamsburg, Ky. ADOLPH MONROE EDWARDS , , , , Wahony Ky. . A.B. LLB. FINLEY Hous1'oN DAVIS, A T A . . Lexington, Ky. AB. VIVIEN CDRDELIA Es'rEs ...... London, Ky. Did not tlnish. A.B. NELI. HART DAVIS .... . . Stanford, Ky. A.B. ELIZABETH ERscIIEI.I.E, A' I' A . . . Newport, Ky. ARcI-IIE CROSBY DUNCAN ..... Stanford, Ky. AB- in Edumfion X !I.B. in Education NDRMA CATHERINE FITCH . . . . Lexington, Ky. SARA ELIZABETH DUNCAN, A 1' A . Lexington, Ky. 0 9 AJ2. in Edumgon A.B. c' o WILLIAM NORRIS DUVALL . I... Elkton, Ky. ICATHERINE ALEXANDEIT FoRsY'I'HE . Lexington, Ky. Dm not nmsh. A.B. In Education A.B. , Roy FARLAND . . . . .Chicago, Ill. NATHAN DAVIES, E N .... Williamsburg, Ky. A.B. A.B. KAW DAVIS' A .E A i . I . 1 n Lexington, Ky. ELIZABETH M. FARLEY, A 1' A . . Holden, W. Va. 14.3. r1.B. LUCY DAvIs, K K I' ..... Winchester, Ky. EDWARD D. FARMER ..... Bloomington, Ind. 1413- ALB. MARY TRYPHENA DAVIS .... Winchester, Ky. AB. JIMMIE D. FISHER ...... Georgetown, Ky. A.B. EDWIN RAI' DENNEY, E X .... Monticello, Ky. A'B. JOSEPH Woons GARDNER . . . . Ashland, Ky. Phi Alpha Delta. A-3- 0 .9 9 Ei- 11.2. :Ss ' QQSX fosgg X 'IS' Agxb Q I io 'Q-f Ng 1 Nw x Q-"xv 0- vq v v-s -A ,Q I I f -x Y. -. :RX N S ex g as , "' Ne ' -J 'Sz-'ff -A 5, My J', 'fuse x N5-sv! ' ., - Q - fj 6 Q f ' V X 6 Q .- x xg im 4-gf, N if i930 RENTUCRIAN ,if B? fi" Eg,,,, VWIR X, Q5 ' I f ul . 91,4 Z- . - - C ' .- k i -If Z - A. --, . .-1 0 GIQ S ' ' cmuioirs Seniors GRACIE CIIRIs'I'INn GRABl.E .,.. Lexington, Ky. ANNA WIsLcI-I Hucrnas .... Nicholasville, Ky. 1.13. in Education 4.13. in Education HARRY LIGON GREEN. ..... Winchester, Ky. GEORGE HEMHREE . . n . l I .Lexingmm Ky. KS' U' C0""""'f"' I 1.13. in Education MARY BIRD GORDON . - .... Lexington, Ky. A'B' JOHN S. HEADY ....... Louisville, Ky. Did not finish. 13.S. in C07I1111l'fCr? WILLIAM Busu Glass, K 21. . .Lexingron, Ky. LL.B. SUE CLARK HEAD ....... Lexington, 13.S. in Home Economics VIRGINIA GILMAN . . .... Rawayton, Conn. .4.13. in Education HAVEN LINK IDLEMAN . - - . Scherr, W. ELIzAnu'rII GRXFFY, A I' A . . .Lothiar, Ky., G 0 A-3- A.l3. c 0 I FRANCES IRVIN JOHNSON .... Lexington, EWELI. WARREN l'IA'l'FIEl.D . . Charleston, W. Va. 4.3. in Eduwiivfl 4.13. 'in Education ALICE WIzLcII JONES . . . . .Spx-ingfield, EUs'rAcIa GRANGIER I-IIes'rIiR . . . Brooksville, Ky. . DldlII1tilY1lSl!. .4.I3. A.B. ALICE WIIAvNIc I-IICKMAN . . . Madisonville, Ky. El.lZABli'l'l-I CouR'rNIsv JORDAN . . Lexington, A.13. in Education , , A.13. EVliRl'I'l'l' PRIas'I'oN HIL'I'oN . . . Science I-Iill, Ky. ' T. J. juov .... ' .....-. Paris, 13.S. in Agriculture KS- in C07'l"H'f'-'f' SARAH BisNNIa'I'I' I-IoLMIfs . - . Science Hill, Ky. M. K. JUDEILMANNS ........ Paris, !l.13. in Education ILS- in EWHW MARY NARcIssIs HOIXI' ..... Texarkana, Ark. LoU'I'IcIA IQARRICK . . -, - . . . Salt Lick, .'l.1!. 11.13. in Education o .9 l 0 Ky Va. Ky Ky Ky Ky Ky Ky. ll -xi QQ at Q S 41-9 Qs. xi XQ S X Hit! X ey S Q04 3519 S if i nl v .2 - 5 .0'.- 5 I ,, N 4 -..-v-1, Qxerv ss -'I - lv ' -Sig Q -QS.:-7 Q w ll! ' 0 l f I, 'N xi If N WMD 'f X ' ff xx 9 Y S If xX " C 1-.li GQ M1930 'gfmflf-'AH 1' 1 ,J 'Nah C deaf-' f, "'- - . 1 X lj HI v ,ff 1 QM! N 1 Qui, - 'Arlffl A ' ' 4 U 'D Seniors Seniors I FLORENCE Louisa KAY . . . Lexington, FANNIE Mncxnv . . . . . . Williamsburg, Ky. -'7-B- !1.l3. in Education Roo KEENEY ....... Ft. Thomas, J. C. Mnnuox . . . - - .... Murray, Ky. V 11.13. 11.13. I JULIAN F, KESHMMER , , . . Lexington, M. KI'I'l'lE MARTIN . . . . - . Paducah, Ky. .4.1z. I f1-B- FRANCES KINNIEY ..... . .Lexington, GRACE ALICE MARRS - ---- C0ViIU-Wil, KY- .4.B. 14.13. in Education JE-4NNE'l'l'E MONROE KIMBERl.IN Lexington, W. T. MAXSON . . ..... Lexington, Ky. ADB. XLR. LENA EI.IZABE'l'I-I Kom-n.uR . . - . Mayslick, 0 -9 C. H. MA'rnnRl.Y . - . . . . Iflnrrodsburg, Ky. Did nnt flnlsh. A'B' A.1z. C 0 O. B. McA1'rrsn . .... . . Cadiz, Ky. Wn.1fokn A. LANcAs'1'1sR . . . . . Butler, '4'B' A.B. M. J. MCCANN ...... Flemingshurg, Ky. W. S. LANcs1foan ..... . Lexington, LLB' "' Lww ILS. in Engineering MARY ELY MCCl.lil.I.AN . . . .Lexington, Ky. J. T. LEFLER ........ Lexington, Ky. .'1.I1. in Eflncalion fwilh High Dislinciirm B.S. in Engineering ' G. VV. MCCLURE ..... . . Bedford, Ky. El.lZABli'l'H LEWIS ....... Lexington, Ky. .4.B. A.B. R. K' LEWIS I I ' I ' ' h I l Danville' Ky. S. D. MCCRAX' . . . hbNorth Middletown Ky. B.S. in Engineering ' ' Donomy LOWE , ,,,, I , Dayton, Ky, J. C. MCKNIGkI'I' . .... , . Lexington, Ky 4.3, A.B. O .9 9 Ax, 1?-SSS, .QSQSSQ 4?39,, lvffggx 639 ai - -.-... e --1'-:-.., N V' , - 'l'..a" bk:-1, xssz Eg? kg?-5-4 Qsiggzf xQ' Og, - 45 QA 9 A 19 Q r."1v " xi W1 E' Nw ff' l930 KENTUCKIAN ' --w ff' -E vwft Q 0 ' iw. . M' . y '13 ' X , x ,ug - S. i .I ll X ,gg 4 -., -TLA -aXQX 7r4v-Lxsicb an Y in A: vs vwl LX-, 4 c' fa S ' ' cnnors Seniors I KATHERINE L. McWlL1.lAMs . Lawrenceburg, Ky. J, R, O'NgAL ,,,.,,,,, Wilmgrg, Ky, A,B, ' B.S. in Agriculture M. T. MEADE . .... . . Paris, Ky. - C. H. OSTHAGEN ....... Lexington, Ky. A,B, B.S. in Engineering H, B, MILLS , , . , . . Kenton, Ky. CLARENCE OwENs ...... Horse Cave, Ky. A.B. 14.3- Mns. LILA MILLIKEN . . . . .Lexington, Ky. BART N. PEAK ........ Lexington, Ky. fl.B. in Education LLB' W Law T. H. MILTON . ,,.,. , , philpotv Ky. I LEUEA L. PETTIGREW . . - . . . El Paso, Tex. Alf. A.B. C. O CMM? Moss I Q v g I U . . I D Fulton, Ky. L. T. PEYTON . - . . .Beaver Dam, Ky. B.S. in Engineering 0 ,D ' ' A. L. P ...... . . M' ' K . D. P. MOORE . . --.... Owensboro, Ky. IGMAN AB mme' y 11.12. ' ' J. R. MOORE ........ Owensboro, Ky- R' J' PLUE ' 'B'S'in'A'gr2m2mg,eLa Fayette' Ind' B.S. in M.E. ' ' ANNA POWELL . ...... . . Berea, Ky. MARY Eorm MOORES .... - . . Waco, Ky. AB. in Education A.B. in Education F M i I NELL EMERALD POWELL . . .-.. Berea,'Ky. LORENCE ORRIS ' ' ' Huntingdon' W' Va' .4.B. in Education -with Distinction MARY EDNA NEAL i ,-,..l Wilmore, Ky. MRS. ANNE PRATHER ..... Lexington, Ky. A,B, in Edumgion A.B. in Education ' IRBNE O'DELL . . .- ..... Fordsville, Ky. E. A. PRUE'I"I' ........ Lexington, Ky. AB- H1 Edllflllivll B.S. in Agriculture Q o A 9 ,," LQQ f'o?, hligs 439 N QA X9 x X X S -,f A '- 'uf s,,,' NS ,f vga Pl li l .4 l ,?...sxQ .1-bbs ' :. S ' T x-...T-, QQL-.U ,b fr ,iw iv! ' g -,Eva-, Z Q .2357 1 'Q N - Ly A ll 1 .,....,,..-,, -.,-..,,. an-J, .7 ' 0 - f: 6 f N fb xx - O N x it-m ...mf Nl of 1 l930 RENTUCRIAN M 3? If Agp., awk -. ,, L i 1 5 P -Nsgzv iQg I "K JI .,-L '12 I ,L ,Z---Q RQV!-24 A "" ' 0 6'Io . S ' Seniors CHIOTS C. J. PURDAY . . . . .V Dawson Springs, Ky. J- A' ROWLAND ' """ Lexington, KY- AIBI A.B. MARGUERITE REASOR . .-... Louisville, Ky. J. F. SALLEE . -.--. - - - I-eXiI1gl0l1, Ky. ,AB in Education B.S. in Commerce I B. C. RBDMON ...... . . Paris, Ky. MARION SANDS . . . . . . Columbus, Ohio A.B. A.B. CURTIS Jlz1'r REED .... . . Lynch, Ky. BERNICE L. SCHAEFFER ...... Ashland, Ky. A-B- A.B. in Education MARJORIE JONES Rnsvx-:s ..-. Georgetown, Ky. FRANCES EI SIMMONS I I I I I Ashland KYI 14.3. A.B. G' J' RICE ""' 'I ' ' Campbeusvme' Ky' 0 'D J. E. SLAUGHTER ........ Fulton, Ky. LL-ll U' Law B.S. in Commerce c 0 AMY WALKER RICHARDSON ' ' 'Lexington' Ky' F. S. SPEAK ......... Boxville, Ky. .4.B. in Education A.B. in Education RAYMOND RIDDI-E .i . ---- - - - Utica, KY- ADAM si-Acv . .... . . Jackson, Ky. 4.13. in Education A.B. MRS. LoLo L. ROBINSON . - - .Lexingtoni KY- ANNA MAE STAMPIER . . . . .Lexington, Ky. A.B. f1.B. in Education fwith Distinction MRS- AMELIA ROGERS - - - - -Lexington, KY- ' L. H. STEVENS ......... Irvine, Ky. A.B. LL.B. in Law Louisa PRA1'r ROGERS ..... Shelbyville, Ky- I W, MI S,,.,CE I -." I Cemleam KyI B.S. in Home Economics A,B, EMMA BAKER Roswau. ..... Lexington, Ky. MARY E. S1'RossMAN ...., Mt, Sterling, Ky, , A.B. in Education A-3- 0 .9 9 'hai ""':Q K ?4"Q f'?sx 0269 63N Q- 5 .., xx 'Tx N 'I : I f .zu X 'N N .-... N' ' W' 5 S -1?-i..+Q N-is-gb ' ' up 9" Qkrv NSS! xiii? NSS-59 QS?-5-:W X513- -4 "' Q lp, - 4566 6 I ,W A VPN - O WI 'H X- ff I930 KE 'R X 'f A-I vwfl I Q , Nl I NTUCKIAN In 'NW uf vgy . E 3 gm Ill g ' fl ll! Q.,-5,4 z Y V 4,1 Wiz v AX.-, - ..- 4 UIVD S . O ' x C Cll'llJl0ll'S Senators I MRS- J- B- SWHHNIIY .--. LHWYCNCCIJUFQI KY- ANDREW JACKSON WALKER .... Princeton, Ky. AB. A.B. in Education LENA L' TALBOT" ' ' ' ' 'Paris' Ky' MA'F'l'lE Lou WATSON. ..-.. Princeton, Ky. AB' A.B. in Education EI,IvIA EMMA rrAYl.0R: . . . lylornmg View, Ky. L. 0. WEUHNG . . ' ' D 1 -Berea, Ky' .4.B. in Education AB. El.IZABl'I'l'l-I E. TIIOMDSOZIS . ,Edmonton, Ky. 0. L. VVHITNEY I . l t .cnmpbellsvmq Ky. ' ' B.S. in Agricullurc RUIH MARIIN TIIOMISON Montncelo, y JESSE WIIASON i ' ' I . I U 1 Lexington, Ky. AB- fm. J. R. TIIoMPsON . ..-- . - Lexingwn, KY- . KS' in Agriwllun, C 0 MARY WII.sON . . . . . .LexIngtOn, Ky. , G 'a Q. L. TIIOIvIPsON ..... . . Lexington, Ky. . AIR. MINNII5 CRAWFORD WINDER . . . Maysville, Ky. ' .4.B. in Education VIRGINIA Lmz rI'HOMPSON .... Lexington, Ky. I Aff, inEdugafig71 EI.IzAnIi'I'I1 HARIII.Iass WOODS . .Lexington, Ky. A.B. EI.IzAIxD'I'II F. 'FHURMAN .... Louisville, Ky. AJ3, in Edumgifm I R. G. WooDAI.I. ....... Lexington, Ky. B.S. in Commerce' GEORGE TRIEIBER ....... Lexington, Ky. AB' U' Edumtmn PI-Ioumz BIICRNDR WORTH .... Lexington, Ky. A.B. in Education SARA LYNN TUCKIZR . . . . , Danville, Ky, ' .fl.B. I MARGARET ANN WYAN1' .... Lexington, Ky. CLAYBROOKE TURNER I ' I I . Lexington, Ky- 1 ILS. in Home Economics B.S. in Commerce FRANCIS L. Yos'I' ...... Punxsutawney, Pa. R- B- TYREE . - . -' ---- Rice Station, Ky. B.S. in Plzysics fwith High Distinction A-I-L 171 Edilfllllafl Phl Betu Kappa: Y. W. C. A. Q. o Q ,- lz' ik tib 452 ,Y-'65 Z-'Q 'os es ' we "Q fe X Q-9, ' xx if T-S l at .2-. 6-5 x f :. ,-N s. ... S N- s W' N -.-W Q- I 9-5 Q .- - -- - Q ..- - - - W H ' Srl' S-:,7 m.: -14 N95-:Q X-612541, QWW V-1 M A f k 1930 KQEFKIAN I - I I .Q I. , I in Q If II O D It I: I i I I L rl . I. . I. 'N I I I II 7 I fn If .I I I. . I. .N I. I ft If .I I. Zu II lt, 77 , Q.. U I i J E e :Q 4-E e-I Fi 5 L' A A ' iililr 1111 .N I lv MINNIE LoU BENNETT CHRISTINE BLAKEMAN JoE B. BROWN SIEEIA JUDY BROWN DARLINE CHAMBERS C. M. CI-IRIsTIE MALLIE M. CODY W. B. COLLINS ANNA M. CULTON Junior Class COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE CARRIE P. DICKERSON ELEANOR IDoUn J. A. DUNCAN J. IG. DYE E. R. FRYER ELIZABETH M, GoFI-' G. L. HAYDON EMILY L. HAYES LOUISA HOLTON HAY HUTcI-IIsoN LYNN JEFFRIES I. L. JET1' LILLIAN G. JOHNSON J JACK KELLEY REGINA KING H. P. KIRKMAN LoRENzo LECKY T. A. LEWIS J. G. MCANELLY ELIZABETH MCFARLING EUGENE MAY TI-IEo. MILBY J. H, MOORE 0. D. PERKINSON OPAL SCROGGIN NANCY BROWN SCRUGI-IAM DUDLEY SMITH MARTI-IA MARY SMITI-I RUssELL SMITH VIRGINIA C. SMITH VIvIAN T. SMITH LOURETTE SOUTHWOOD MARRIETTA B. SPARKS ELIZABETH SPEARS W. G. SURVANT SEYMOUR E. TRAVIS MAURINE WALKER J. A. WHEELER SARAH JANE WHEELER C. S. WHITE A. A. WILLIAMS W. C. Woon YANIIALL WRATIIER 78 it -, X 21:85 X - '1 ::: ' - - . A vf 71 ,W ,I 'w . P' f v ,1M..i. Z, S . All- 'A I Y i 4 EAS' SQ' 'T C A 'QW IULKIMK T il iiiigvi 1 1' ' ' ' ' ' ' - . . 1 , - . . ii! i - . . . , Y Junior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE LoIs ADAMS MARGARET L. ALEXANDER J. B. ALLEN R. J. ALLEN EDITH ALLIsoN R. H. ALsovER ALFRED J. ANDREws, JR. MARY ARMSTRONG MALCOLM L. BARNES ROBERT BAUGHMAN VIRGINIA BEAN E. F. BEEEE FLORENCE LoUIsA BIcIcEs SAM BLACKBURN JosEI'I-IINE BLACKMAN JANE BLANE ELIZABETH C. BOND JOHN D. BREEDING JOHN W. BRowN MAE BRYANT CHARLES J. BUDDEN MALINDA O. BUSH MARY COOPER CARTER JOE CHENAULT MAX COLKER JAMES COLLIER LERoY CoMEs LILLIAN CoMns VIRGINIA DAUGHERTY JOSEPH E, CONBOY MARGARET DAvIsoN LOUISE CONGLETON HOWARD DAY MARTHA COUTY PHOEBE DIMOCK PAULINE CREECH CATHERINE DULANEY LAWRENCE CRUMP MARVIN DUNN MARGARET CUNDIFF WILLIAM DYE BLANCHE DAUGHERTY W. H. DYsARD CALLIE ELMORE MORRIS FARBAR TILLIE FERGUSON D. B. FDRMAN WILEY FORMAN NUMIA LEE FoU1's LEON P. 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LANDRUM J. H. LAPSLEY KENNETH LARMEE E. M. LEscI-I MILDRED S. LEWIS MILDRED LITTLE CATHERINE LOWRY .. j 1 mx 80 if 5? Z4 N F- 4.5 IE kr Qyjlqi QQQQ -I A - --- - " E-V IT., 4 ' J J gulf """' V --' mo KE IULRIANK - - .,. v Q! ' N -I .N C Junnor Class l .N A COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE ' O. B. MCATEE E. W. MATHIS CHARLES MORRELL MARY LOUISE McDowELL FRANCES MAUZY RITA MOUNT ALVIN MCGARY ANN MICHAEL J. E. MURPHY CATHERINE MCKENNA A. J. MIDIJLETON H. B. MYERS RUTH MCNONIGLE ELLEN MINIHAN GLADYS M, NEALE L. W. MCMURRAY KIRK B. MOBERLEY VIARINIA HALLEY NEVIAS T. P. MANTZ MARY H. MoLLoY MARGARET 0'CONNELL I R. B. MASON RICHARD A. MooRE OWEN OGDEN A BUENA C. MATIIIS JAMES E. MOORE C. W. PALMETER -MAEEL A. PALMORE J. I. PRATHER ' HERBERT PARKER LUCILLE I-I. PRESTON V. R. E. PENNINGTON JOHN PREwI1'r I KATHERINE H. PI-IELPS RUEY PRocToR HENRY T. POLK LoIs PURCELL HOWARD T. PooLE MARY E. RANSDELL JAMES PORTER M. LOUISE RI-IORER JAMES POWELL NOLAN E. RICE , , ANNA F, RICHARDSON N MILDRED O. RQEARDS ' ' H. E. Ross PAUL M. RUNYoN I EDITH RUPARD . CHARLES M. RUSSELL FLORENCEL RYAN I I J 8I lt' A Qi? S., - N' E L 'f 1 4 C5 ,GH we sv FH z --I : rw E P z VN ' o Q u a 4 1 - Q . 4 4 1 '.. . , .N 6 .0 f Junior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE PAUL LAKE SAMPSDN FELICIA A. SANDERS ' MARION SANDS JEAN M. SANFORD E. M. SARGENT EULA H. SHAW HENRIETFA SHERwooD MILDRED SI-IUTE CURRY O. SIMPSON EDITH A. THOMAS MAUD ToRIAN L, A. TOTH R. L. TRAUTMAN W. D. TRo1'r SARAH UTTEREACK KATHERINE VANNDY GEORGE B. WAITE MARY GORDON SQUIRLS M. C. STERRETI' ELIZABETH BIRD STEWART A. L. STOFFEL DORIS STRYKBR H. M. SULLIVAN F. JACK SWANSON ELEANOR SWEARINGER A. M. THOMAS CLARENCE L. WALDRON CLAUDE I. WALKER MORTON WALKER CRIT WALLEN MARY K. WALSH VERMUE WATERSTRAAT MARY C. WATSON RICHARD M. WEAVER DUDLEY A. SIsK ERNEST SKAGcs JOHN H. SLAGLE CAROLYN S. SMITH EDNA L, SMITH ELIZABETH ANN SMITH HELEN C. SMITH J. S. SPRAGUE DELEERT W. SQUIRES MARIE WHITE DoN WILLIAMS HowARD G. WILLIAMS H. C. WILLIAMSON FANNIE C. WOODHEAD A DAvID W, YOUNG IMOGENE YoUNc 82 it -,I '1 , 'I' ,fl 5 . ij l - ii, - 4. ,bg Y ,. YA i If .W x ' ' ' ' - 1 1 . 5311.19 1111 4 4 131930 KE IUfKlANCt L, gf Junior Class COLLEGE OF COMMERCE REx ALLIsoN JOHN BAUGI-IMAN JAKE BRONSTON CECIL CoMEs WILLIAM H. CUNDII-'If R. J. EDWARDS RUTH FRAZIER JAMES GATEWDDD AUSTIN H. GRESHAM ADEN HIGGINS JDHN H. HEEER HARVEY HODGES O M JOHNSON NORMAN JORDON HENRY KELLEY RICHARD E LOWERY WILLIAM G LUSRY L L MCGINNXS Lows MCGINNIS RIDER HENRY MCNEAL RICHARD MAYEIELD WALTER MEDLEY STANLEY MILWARD' CROINEE CASTLE MooRE EDWARD OWEN MORGAN J. C. MARROW GIEDLER NGRELEET W. F. PRICE GLENN PRINCE M. L. REVELL HARRY G. RITTER EUGENE RoYcE NORMAN L. RoYsE JDE A RUTTENCUTTER JAMES R SAUNDERS ANDREW SHAVER CECIL SMITH FORREST L. SMITH JAMES H SoMEs BENJAMIN STAPLETGN C B CARTER ELswoRTH TWADDELI. GLENN F WIEMAN WILLIAM' LAWRENCE WOLF R G WOODALL JOHN F YouNG, JR ia" I I ' . I . -W . . 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MCELROY FRED MCLANE FANNYE MACKEY MARGARET MOORS MARY MARRS ANNA MARTIN BEN MARTIN ANNA ELIZABETH MAY LENA MILLER ALBERTA MooREs IQATHERINE MURRELL EDITH O'DELL VIRGINIA OWSLEY HESTER PARKS FRANK PI-IIPPS ELIZABETI-I REAP FRANCES RIGGINS CARRY RINEY CHRISTINE ROGERS DE FROSIA RoNE CONRAD RosE RACHEL Ross LOUISE SCIIMITT 84 xi.-.f'lf-' SARAH SEITZ MRS. ELLEN SKINNER GLADYS SLATER MRS, S. S. SNEDAKER CARRY SPICER HENRY ETTA STONE MARGARET STUCKER MARTHA THEOBALD ELIZABETH TPIOMPSON HELEN TIIOMPSON MARGARET THOMPSON JUANITA THRELKELD LouIsE TlL1'0N W. R. TUDOR MARGUERITE WAGGONER MABEL WALTZ WALLACE WARD POLLY WARREN BEULAH WASSON , BRUCE WATERS PHYLLIS WENDT BANKER WHITE LEON WIGGLESWORTPI C. E. WILKEY EDITH WILLIAMS W. J. WILI.IAIvIs MRS. HESTER WII.soN K K G I. I 4 1 A ' - u ' JRR gl.--1' -fi " j'jI9soIgQB1gRIANf ,i J 4 I .J . A .I .I I .I I .I fn 4 lr R. C. ALDRICII L. E. ALLEN C. L. ARNOI..ID W. D, BAR'I'LE'I'T H. M. BLANTON B. P. BOGARDUS R. B. BOYD E. C. BRANDENBURG C. P. BROWN T. C. BROWN F. M, BRUCKIER W, BUSKIE . W. CARLOSS F. Y. CARTER E. M. CAssIDY E. L. CI'IRIs'I'ERsoN, J L. O. CLEVELAND KARL CONRAD R. D. COOKE G. L. CORYIELL B. G. CROSBY J. C. CUMMINS H. F. DAY W. B. DEBOE A W. B. DICKERSON W. T. DRURY A, H. DUNCAN J. S. DUNN A. W. EYIER BEN FARBER J. I-I. FARRIS W. P. FAULCONER R. E. FEATI-IERSTONE R. W. FIELD J. B. FISIIER S, M. FI'I"I's W. W. FORD J. H 7 Junior Class COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING C. O. FURY I-I. S. GLOS1'liR S. N. GOLLER J. E. GOODMAN R. H. GUNTER B. J. HAEFLING A, G. HAMON D. T. HAMMERSLEI' J. F. HARRIS B. D. HARRISON R. A. I'IAYS J. C. HEARNE R. G. HEI1'z W. A. IJEIRONYMUS H, M. HILL N. E. HILL R. E. HISLE W. J. HOEING E. D. l'IODGES J. R. HONEY, JR. J. B. HUGHES E. E. JACK H. L. JOI-INsoN W. J. KARRAKER W. D. KELLY W. B. KLAREN J. D. LANcAs'I'ER A. D. LANGEORD J. K, LATHAM L. L. LIVELY R. H. LYDDAN G. B: MCCORMICK C. M. McGRAw 'VVILLIAM MARTIN L. MASCHMEYER E. R. MICIIEL W. L. MOORE R, L. MOORMAN W. S. MORGAN E. D. MORRIS 85 . J. W. NEWMAN G. E. NOE C. E. NOEL D. L. O,ROARK C. B. OWENS J. O. PASCO L. S. PAYTON P. A. PEIvInER'I'oN J. E. PENN S. I-I. PERRINE F. R. PIIILLIPS TOM POSEY, JR. J. A. PURNELL H. D, REGAN W. O. RICI-IMOND J. A. RIEDINGER E. T. RILEY S. H. ROBERTSON WILLIAM SAUER, JR. N. ScHwAR'I'zIvIAN W. A. SMITII M. STANDARD J. C, STARKS M. R. S'I'EwAR'I' J. V. S1'IIyIsoN H. F. TERRY R. K. THORNBERRY W. L. WARREN W. F. WA'I'IcINs H. WEINGAR'1'NER L. H. WESTERFIELD C. A. WIIITARER M. W. WIIITARER H. R. WOR1'HlNG1'0N, JR. S. M. WOR'l'fIlNG1'0N W. B. YOUNG E. H. ZWICK QQ 11 'Li GEAWI5 - Ny . 'f e, . '. L" -A A I Qwk I 'I N5 v l93Q KE IUCKIANF K- Junior Class CQLLEGE OF LAW ELIIRED E. ADAMS A. JoE ASI-IER CLARENCE E. BARNES WM. H. BUCKLES CARROLL BYRON WM. HERBERT CECIL JoIIN P. CROSBY JAMES C. FINLEY ANDREW V. Fox WM. B. GEss H. H. HARNED WM, R. HODGEN ROBERT ODEAR BART N. PEAK STANLEY POWELL GARNE1'r J. RICE WENDELL P. SMITH LoIIRIs H. S1'EvENs RALPII A. STEVENS MALCOLM P. WALLACE WILLIS C. VVRIGI-1'l' 3 L 4- A- I C1 --- v - f i I... Q it ii I . - . 3. . . . 19313535 . - - - - I. '. iw F, 11930 Kf!mfK'AN,F s -9 ' If 5 I. i 2- 1 I' .l L' is 12?- :AQ-Q-' 1 I ri Q. IQ is 9 G 0 ii D o I Q1 L gi L o. -Qs rm- . Q. .09 f ' X .ff v 1930 KENTUCKIANK .K Tj- ? I I. Sophomore Class I I. COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE MARY E. ADAIR MARY Hoon GILLASPIE I H. F. ALMS EILEEN GULLETT I E. E. BALL F. C. HAFER ' F. K. BALL MARTHA ANN HALL . EDWARD BAUTE EUDENAII HAMBY c. D. BELL G. M. HARRIS A VIRGINIA RUDY CARLIN JEANET'l'E HILLIS MA1T CI-IEANEY C. V. HOCKER CI-ILoRoN L. CONLEY W. B. KENNEY K. M. CROMWELL J. W. KINCAID R. B. DAVENPORT NANCY KINCHELOE HELEN W. DARNBLL W. D. KLEISER ELLIS DRIsKELL H. S. LEvY ANNA DUGAN E. B. LITTLE REBERTA ELAM A. W. LowREY ' E. W. ELLIOT S, S. MCCLAIN .- MADALENE FARLEY LAURA P. MOORES 1 I W. E. FLORENCE C. H. NEWMAN S. T. OFFUT M. B. PERRY MELVIN PRoEUs - H. A. QUIsENEERRY . ELIZAEETI-I L. ROBINSON ' R. L. RUDOLPH ' N W. C. Sco'I'r L ' H. R. SMITH ' I A DoRoTIIY 0. STROTHER ' T. N. SULLIVAN v MARYFELIX SWINFORD ' IMOGENE TAYLOR , ' Lucy BELLE THOMPSON G. C. VANKIRK K. S. VENAELE , R. P. WALTER Q I., C. WEBB ' R. F. WIGGENTQN . o I I . C as 'O' A Q.. 3751? it: T- xy - Y ,, , J Q lBl930 KE IUQKIANK SAM K. ALLEN DAVID AMEROSE CLIFFORD AMYx ALVIA E. ANDERSON L. P. ANDERSON WILLIAM K. ANDERSON KENNE1'I-I ANDREWS ROSALIND ANGELUCCI A. E. ANNA DONALD R. AUTEN WILLIAM ARDERY WOODEORD ATHERTON HARMON BACH ' HERALD BAILEY FRANCIS W. BARKER JAMES DIDLAKE BARNES WILLIAM R, BARTON JOHN T. BAYNES GRAHAM H. BENSON SIDNEY BERG GEORGIA BIRD WOODFORD BISHOP LOREITA L. Bl'l'l'ERMAN H. S. BOLSER W. T. BOND ISABEL BONDURANT JAMES J. BOUCHER NELSON BOYD W. GRANT BRISCOE JAMES BROOKS WILLIAM BRYANT NINE LEE BUDD JOSEPH CADEN BURK ? SDPMOJUIJIOIFC Class ARTS AND SCIENCE MARX' C. BURK HAROLD R. BUTNER STEVENS BYARS EDWIN R. CADDEN CORNELIUS K. CAIN JANE CALCUTT BERTA CALVERT HOOIIER CAMPBELL CLAUDE M. CARPENTER BILLY CARR DOROTHY D, CARR THEODORE J. CASSADY JANE CA'rE DAVID D. CAUDILL JAMES CAVANA EARL W. CELLA MARGUHRXTE CERF D. F. CLARK PHILIP CLEMENTS L. G. CLIFTON NAT T. COHEN FOSTER D. COLEMAN JAMES CONIIOY JUSTINE COOK BEN COOPER JOSEPHINE COUTY BETTY CRAWFORD EDMOND CROSS G. L. CRUTCHER EVELYN CUNDIFF KATHERINE L. CUNNINGHAM Moss DAUOHERTY MRS.'JOE LEE DAVIS B. M, DEARING HARRY A. DENT MYRA E. DICKERSON DOROTI-IY MAE DOWNING SIMON DRAKE, JR. ZACK G. DRAKE 89 A N-f' l F., :f JAMES P. DUKE J. W. DUNAVENT WILLIAM H. DUNN ALICE MAE DURLING ELIZABETH S. EATON ELIZABETH ELLIS EDWARD H. EVANS ELDON T. EVANS ZOLA EVERSOLE MARY DUDLEY FANT LUCILLE FARNEY BRUCE S. FAROUAR MARY ELIZABETH FISHER W. B, FORD L. G. FOROUAR WILLIAM D. FRASER ROEERTA FRY WARREN GAILLARD VIRGIL GAITsKII.L ANI'l'A CTARDNER NANCY JANE GARY BILLY GFROERER JANE ALLEN GIBBS VIRGINIA GLASS DANIEL WlLl.IAM GOODMAN GEORGE GOWEN JOE LAWRENCE GREEN SHIRLEY GRIEE EDITH GRIEF EDITH GRIES PEARL GROVES NORMAN HAINSEY JOHN F. HALL 4 Av' xv E- . - y I , Q sic' ,A aj... .ff v mo KENIUCKIANK 'P X- S. N. HARPER MAURICE HARRIS RAYMOND HARRIS J. T. HATCHER GEORGE HEFFNER AUSTIN HENDERSON WILLIAM HENDRICR HAZARD W. HEsTER R. H. HEISER WEBBER C. Hxcxs G. B, HOERNEL KENDALL HOLMES WILLIAM HOLTON ANDREW HOOVER ALFRED I-IOUNSHELL THOMAS HOUSE R. C. HOWARD MARY MARGARET HowEs WILLIAM HUEBLE MARY LYNN HUDSON WILLIAM N. HUGHES WILLIAM HUME MARGARET B. HUMPHREYS DARREL HURD JAMES I-IURsT GWENDOLYN IRESON HUGH JACKSON ANNA JAMESON JAMEE JEFFERIES CHRISTINE JOHNSON C. E. JOHNSON G. M. JOHNSON NANCY LOU JOHNSON P. I-I. JOHNSON WILLIAM JOLLY f Sophomonrc Class ARTS AND SCIENCE EDNA JONES RAY JUSTICE HANNA KAPLAN ROGER KARRICK DOROTHY KELLY JOHN S. KELLY JEAN KENNEDY BERT KEIL LETITIA KIMsEY ROBERT KIPPING HOMER KROG NANCY LAYSON ALTON LEEsON CLARICE LEVIN NANCY DUKE LEWIS J. WEsLEY LITTLEI-'IELD SIDNEY LOWENTIIAL RUSSELL LUTES VIRGINIA MCALISTER PAUL S. MCBRAYER WALTER MCCAMMON FRANCES MCCANDLESS JANE MCCAW ROY LIN MCCONACHIE ALICE MCDONALD ELBERT MCDONALD LOUISE MCDONALD MARIANNE MCGINNIS JOE MCGURK PEARL LOUISE MCINTYRE FLORENCE MCLAUGHLIN MARGARET MCLEOD CLAUDE MARSPIALL ELEANOR MARTIN JEWELL MARTIN Josm-II MARTIN JULIA MARVIN ALLIE MASON RAY MAYEs 90 V. A. MEYER CLYDE MILLER VERNA MINxs FLOSSIE MINTER NANCY MITCHELL ALICE MASON MALLOY KATHLEEN MONTGOMERY MELVIN MOORE Tl-IOMAS MOORE Ross MORGAN CRRIFF MORBCPI EvA MORTON H MARIE MUTPI ELIZABETH NAPIER MARY MOORE NASH LYNN NESEITT ANNETTE NEWLIN J. DELEERT NOEL J. J. OERTHER JOE OHR PAT O'HARA IRVIN OLSEN H. PHILLIP OREN BRONSON OVEREY KERMIT PACK KERN PATTERSON WILLIAM R. PEARCE BURNAM PEARLMAN EULA PEEL ROBERT LEE PENN CLARKE P. PENNINGTON BONNIE LEE PERKINS JACK PHIPPS TOM PHIPPS ELIZABETH POOLE Xa"lf"5' JAN .124 Qt' . 1 , 4, ' hx' A:-. v, In W? 1 1930 IIENIULKIAN A 4 DEMONT POTTER W. O. PRESTON BRANDON PRICE J. R. PRICE TRAVIS B. PUCH ELIZABETH M. RAGLAND JACK RAMEY MAXINE RANDOLPH VIvIAN RAWLINS CAROLYN RAY SIDNEY REDMON HELEN RAY REDMON MARY LOU RENAKER EDYTHE REYNOLDS ROBERT W. REYNOLDS SARA REYNOLDS MYRA DEE RICE DICK RICHARDS JOE D. RICHARDSON JOHN S. RILEY THOMAS L. RILEY J. SHANNON RIVES GEORGE ROBERTS JOHN E, ROBERTSON JACK ROBEY FRIEDA ROBINSON ANN RODES RUBY RODGERS CLAY ROI-'E LLOYD ROGERS ROSENA ROGERS VERNON D. ROOKS DELROY ROOT EURAL G. ROSE S? SOPHHIOIIITIIOIFC Clk-ISS ARTS AND SCIENCE NANCY LEE ROUNDEBUSH OKEY RUNYAM ELIZABETH SALMON WILLIAM H. SANDERS JACK SCALES VIRGINIA K. SCHAEEER SIDNEY T. SCHELL RUDOLPH L. SCHMOCK R. J. SEEBOLD EARL KING SENFF HERMAN SEPPERFIELD WILLIAM A. SHAEER A. S. SHEPARD MARY ESTHER SHERIDAN ROBERT SHIPE SAM SHIPLEY BETSY LYNN SIMPSON ELEANOR SMITH KATPIERINE SMITII SORIS DEE SMITH SYBIL SPANN AUBREY L. SPARKS SHELBY SPEARS BEN STARK C. R. STEGNER JAMES D, STEVENS CHARLES T. STEWART C. T. STONE ROBERT SWARTZ MARY T. TANDY MARY B. TATE FRANCIS 'P. TAYLOR THEO TEBBS KERMIT THOMPSON LOUISE THOMPSON O. D. THOMPSON JOHN THORN MARY ALLISON THRELKELD MARJORIE THURBER 9l JOHN TODD WILLIAM TOWNSEND HOWARD TRUMBO W. L. TYLER ROBERT VAN BEVER REBECCA VAN METER LUTHER M. VAUGHN RAYMOND VICE MARTHA WALKER ILOFF H. WALLER LUCY WARE HUEERT WARREN DAVID WEAVER JOSEPHINE WEILL DAVID WELSH ELIZABETH WHEELER LOUISE XVHEELER JOE WHITE ELEANOR WIARD HENRY WIEMAN WALTER WILLIAMS ESTHER WILLIAMSON MARTIN WILSON PAUL WILSON ROBERT WISE LISTER WITHERSPOON RALPH WRIGHT JULIA BELLE YARRINGTON CLARENCE YEAGER JOHN D. YOUNG MARY FRANCIS YOUNG V. P. YOUNG VIRGINIA YOUNG 53 Ps'-J I I 1 v n I I 1 n I o v I I I I 1 1 I 0 I I I n I I 1 I o . N 'I ' ' E-Z5 4'A'll YYY' ' x- -E --- ' ' QL A mo KE WLRIAR K- Q , .I .I I I I .I O .I , ELEERT D. ADAMS JAMES DEEIN AUTHOR ' HARTWELL BAILEY . W. D. BOHON A JAMES BRADLEY NORRIS BROWN!! GEORGE F. IIUSKIE, JR. WILLIAM CALLIS J. C. CASSIDY , OWEN L. CLIFFORD EDWIN S. CONGLETON ' MARIOs CUsTARD . E. E. DURAND J WILLIAM EAIIs ' WILLIAM D. EDMISTON LOUIS ELVOVE JOHN E, Epps JAMES H. FERGUSON , DENNIS FURLONG CHARLES W. GILLEY ' GORDON B. GoNsLAvEs .I I I Q U O It' g' Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF COMMERCE HOI.LIs HALE HOWARD HAMILTON JAMES B. I-IAYs EDWIN M. PIELENE GEORGE HILLAND WALKER F. HILLIARD ROBERT HOLT EDMOND HULETT MARY ADA HONEY WILLA HELL HOOVER PAUL HOWARD ' JACK JACKSON J. P. JONES JOHN M. JONES BEARJ ICAZANJIAN ALBERT J. KIKEL LOUIs J. KOONZ WVILLIAM T. LONGACRE EARNEST LUCKETT ROEERT L. MCMURRX' JOHN L. MAINS WILLIAM MARSHALL PHILLIP M. MINER FRANK GROVE MYERS I-I. G. ORME LOUISE O'I'rEREAcK PAUL MARTIN PINNEY PRESTON B. POWELL JOHN EDWARD RAMEY 92 E l BURT W. RENNICK WILLIAM W, RIDER PIOWARD S. ROEEINE EDWARD ROsENEERO MORRIS GRAPIAM SCOTT FRANCYS SMITH GEORGE PERRY SNYDER W. R. STONE ARTHUR GRIFFIN SUBLETI' G. R. TERRELL DAVID S. TIBBALS JAMES PAUL TODD JAMES THOMAS TYREE J. R. VARLIE KATHERINE L. VOGEL C. R. WALDEN WILLIAM TPIOMAS WARREN SMIsER WEST JACK WORT DAN WETSELL, JR. XVILLIAM HENRY YOUNG X 4 my Ig? If 1 11 ::- ' :-.-.. v -- 3' , vf lg. A . . , , - Q I '. N-..1i C. - 4 , , - 9 Q..- A Y - ,- ,- 4 S Q . v I MARY B. ADAIR MARTHA ADAMS HELEN ALPLINE E. F, ARNOLD M. F. ARNOLD M. H. ATKINS PAULINE BACK FRANCES BALLARD GLAIJYS BELL MAUDE BERRY KATHERINE BROCK ELIZABETH BUCK BILLIE CALLISON ANN CARPENTER MRs. JOHN CARRICK FRANCES CAYWOOD EVELYN CLARKE LYDIA CLEEK MABEL CLIFFORD MARY COLEMAN ELIZABETH COLLINS E'I'I'A COONs if it-J' Sophnmoxrc Class COLLEGE OF EDUCATION MARTHA DAUGHERTY ELOISE DICKINSON BEVERLY EVANS ELIZABETH ANN EWING MARTHA FALCONES MRS. GEORGIA FORSYTHE MRs. HAMPTON GEORGE HERSCHEL GLASS GWENDOLYN GRAY MARY GRIFFITH MILDRED GUTHERIE MARY HALL EMILY HARDIN DOROTHY HARDING KATPIERINE HAWN CARROL HEIRD ESTHER HOLBROOK AMANDA HALLADAY ANNA MAE HOOD CEMIRA HOWARD DOROTHY JONES J. C. KELLOGG A. H. KENDALL FRIEDA KERSHEIMER EDNA MAE LOWRY FRANCES Moss MARGARET MOTCH BERTHA NICHOLS MOLLIE MACK OFFUTT 93 ' MAXINE PINE J. R. SALYERs MARY ALICE SALYERS MARY W. SAUNDERS HAROLD SHAW AFTON SMITH G. R. SMITH BESSIE SNEDAKER RUTH SPARKS VIVIAN STARNS LILLIAN TAYLOR E. M. THOMPsON ELIZABETH A. TuTr CECIL URDA NIAK EVA VERMILLIAN GEORGETYA WALKER ICATHRYN WEBS1'ER RUTH WILLIAMS MARY WILLIS BESSIE BELL WINN MAUDE WORKMAN GEORGE YATEs in Vg O C5 3 5-I -I 1 P5 E P Z OI I II j I 11 ti it 1 6 , , 'I 4-QA-u Y -r-'..... J " v 1930 KENIUCKIANKB 4- JR. W. GROos R. A. GULICK J. W. GUYN, JR. H. J. HAFEENOORFER, J N. M. HARGET1' W. B. HIGHFIELD H. S. HILLS J. L. HITE W. L. HOCKER J. P. HOLT F, E. HORRELL H. T. HUGHES E. W. HUMPHREYS J. E. HUNIJLEY W. A. HUNTER W. L. HUsK W. M. IRION J. B. IRVINE B, A. JOIINEON J. W. JOHNSTON S. W. JONEs A. W. KALKIIOFF C. R. KASTNER 94 X I Sophfomoxrc Class COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING ' C. L. ADAMSON J. B. BYARS -N W. L. ALBERT W. B. CARRINGTON C. ALFORD W. B. CAVE A. S. AMMERMAN E. W. CECIL . G. W. ATCHISON H. W. CHAPMAN A. S. AUGUSTUS A. W. CIIINN ' E. BAGSHAW L. D. CHIPPS H. T. ANNISTER W. J. CLARKE E. O. BARKLEY J. W. CLEARY J. E. BARLOW - T. C. CONREY G. M. BAYEs R. B. CUBBAGE C. W. BEAN A. S. CURTIS F. B. BEAN F. M. CUTLER - R. G. BEIIIN T, H. CUTLER J. E. BLACK S. L. DAVENPORT H. E. BLAND G. L. DEMEYER S. S. BOLDRICK N. B. DICKEN T. K. BoNzO J. L. DRURY P. E. BORDERS H. R. DUNCAN C. M. BOWLING E, N, ELAM J. W. BOYD A. C. ELKINE ' W. A. BRUCE G, C. EVERETT I J. R. BU'rTs W. H. FARMER N W. W. FERRELL ' J. J. FITZGERALD, . J. W. FLOWERS F. J. FRIEL, JR. . G. L. FRONK G, R. GERHARO ' JAMES GLOSTER E. O. GREENE H. R. GREEN . T. A. GREGG U .I I., Ns'n"l 'lb 4 3 -ff' 131930 KENIUCKIANK 'T Xe,-' E. R. KJDD E. J. KoENIcsTEIN H. R. LAIR B. C. LERoY MORRIS LEVIN L. P. LEWIS G. M. LINVILLE K. D. LITTLE J. W. LITTLE T. C. LYONS R. H. MCBEATH M. J. MCBRAYER A. L. MCGAUGH P. D. MCGEE L. P. MARKING ELIZABETH MICHLER A. C. MINOR E. T. MoI-'FETT R. H. MoNEY R. O. MORELAND R. Q. Moss, JR. G. G. NEILL C. L. NEWMAN ?? Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING E. P. NEWTON R. J. NEWTON J. S. NOONAN J. G. OYHARA A. M. OsBoRNE J. N. OwENs P. S. PATE J. M. PERRY S. C. PERRY Z. W. PIGUE R. E. PORTER, JR. G. W. POTTS B. F. PRoEUs O. W. PUCRETI' H. S. RAY J. S. REDWINE J. R. RICE C. C. ROLAND J. C. ROSEL J. W. Ross W. B. SAMPSON C. E. SANDERS S. P. SANDERS R. W. SCHROADER F. E. SCOTT E. S. SCOTT R. C. SCOTT R. XM. SEAMON B. F. SENGER O. K. SHARP H. E. SHAW 95 A N. V. SIIORTER H. D. SHOUSE H. V. SMITH W. R. SMITH C. F. SPENCER C. E. TATE R. E. TAYLOR C. K. TIECHE R. G, TUCKER J. R. VAUGHN J. A. VENN H. C. WAYMAN J. B. WEITZEL R. N. WEISENBERG J. W. WHIP? L. F. WHITE E. J. WmEs N. M. WILDER J. S. WXLLIAMS W. L. WOLFF P. H. Woons J. H. WURTELE CAROL LEONE YODER ""-2" 4' Aka K yi vi I If :I E325 """ 31- h-J 1930 KENIUCKIAN CF :- Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF LAW RICHARD B. CARRAN FERDINAND I. CARUSO JAMES WILLIAM CHAPMAN ELMER DRAKE EDWARD D. DUVAL KING FIKE N. E. FREY WILBUR G. FRYE DAN M. GRIFFITH HENRY MARSPIALL GRIGSBY PAUL A, HACKNEY HENRY CLAY KIGER RUEUS LISLE MARSPIALL MCCANN H. V. McCHEsNEY, JR. LEwIs R. MCCORMICK JACK MCGURK ALFRED NAFF H. ELLIo'I' NET!-IERTON NIEL PLUMMER KEN1'oN M. PRI1'cHARn PA1' DAvIs RANKIN CHARLES RIEIJINGER W. EARNEST ROGERS HILLIARII H. SMITH THOMAS H. THEonALD WILSON W. WATTS BEVERLY WHITE H. T. WILLIS JAMES S. WILSON THoMAs B. WILSON JACK T. Woons ANNE'I'I'E MARIE ZINK 96 if' X . 5 .5-5 g-. ' l. 1' u..5 "' v Q 4 ix,- J IF! , - - 'G 4 ' N- Y - v ,490 - i. 4 h r Y Jw? S1930 KENIUCKIAN , 1. :E i SW is D If .Q YI I. In Vi! Q I 5 M ' f as Q09 M Gfsf -Q ' C' SQA o 0 L N 1 lm N A 1' fm fi l f II 97 QQ. 'O' ' ----H v ff : 1,1- HENRY C. AARON VELMA ALICE ARNOLD EDITH BADGLEY MAEEL F. BEST SERELDA BISHOP MARY LOUISE BONAR MARY ELIZABETH BOT'rs VINCENT BRANDOW CAROLINE BROWN MILDRED BRUMMETT MARTHA WILMA CARLTON P. E. CARRACO ANNA FRANCEs CHAMBERS J. R. COLLINS J. T. COLLINS J. B. COOPER FLOYD Cox J. W. CROMWELL MARTIIA LILLIAN DEAN W. J. DENNIS WILLIAM DUDLEY JANE ELIZABETH DYER LEE EvANs J. W. EWING CHARLEs FUTRELLB L. B. GARRIOTT JEROME GERMANN D IQSHKENIUIKIANZ' ' l7 Freshman Class COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE GARLAND GOLLADAY G. W. HALEY R. T. HANNA W. E. EDGAR 0. R. HOGUE M, H. I-IOLDERFIELD W. E. HOWARD LOUISE ISAACS VIRGINA ROSE KEARNS R. S. KENDALL J. R. LAWRENCE P. J. LEBOLD L. B. LEONARD M. W. LYoNs HELEN M. LUDLUM J. M. MADDox R. W. MARSIIALL L. M. MAYEs KATHRYN E. MOORMAN MILDRED NEAL RALPH 0'NEAL JOE OWSLEY MARY ELIZABETH PANTLE S. H. PARRENT HARRY PECK ALICE C. PENN ROEERTA PO'rTs HATTIE MAY PRICE W. R. PRICE DOROTHY PROWS MAURICE PURSBLL G, H. YENOWINE T. M. QUISENBERRY L. L. RARDIN 98 YQ X 47K j im f ef- ::: f' --.... v -..... ..f-1 .-..- 'Q5' .1 . 9 5 X. , LY - v 442. ig... 4 . I v AYLEENE C. RAZOR MARY AMANDA RECTOR R. S. REED R. L. ROMAN H. E. ROTHWELL RENLOE RUDOLPH ALICE J. RYAN FORREST SALE MARY LOUISE SCOTI' SAMUEL SHAW A. G. SI-IIPLEY EVE SHOCKLEY DOUGLAE SKINNER FRENCH SMOOT AMNIA ELIZABETH STULL B. S. TERRY EVAHLEE N. THOMPSON J. M. TRUMBO HAZEL I. TURNER S. O. TUTTLE LUCILLE WADE KATHERINE WACGONER C. C. WARE CORA C. WESLER MARY BELLE WHITE ' MERTON WILLIAMS ROY VVYANT Ei? -f"'f L. J mo KENIUCKIAN K J. K. ADAMS BURTON ALDRIDGE vz' Freshman Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE HARRY E. BUSH ENID BUSH JAMES B. ALLEN HARRY LEE BUSHHART MARIKATPIRYN ALLEN JOHN PARKER BUTLER MARY AMBROSE FISHER ANDERSON W. M. BUTTERMORE MAXINE CAINES VERNA LEE ANDERSON JOAN CARRIGON ALBERT JOSEPH ANNA SLADE L. CARR EDWARD ARAND PATSY ATKERISON EDNA BACKER ROBERT C. BAILEY H. GIVENS BAKER WILLIAM N. CARRIE JOE CARROLL HORTENS CARTER W. HERSHELL CAVE DOROTHY CATE WILLIAM W, BAKER JULIA B. CHRISTIAN BILLIE BALDWIN SALLY H. CHRISTOPHER LILLIAN BALLARD STEWART BARNEY LOUISE BARR VINCENT A. BARR CHARLES R. CLARK JOHN M. CLARK REBECCA CLEMENTS GLENN CLIFF MARY ALLEN BATES JOHN MINTON COKT-EY WAYNE BATSEL ELIZABETH BAXTER FRANCES BEALMEAR ROBERT K. BUTAM JAMES BAGLEY WILLARD BENSON PAUL J. BENTLEY HENDON BLADES ELMER BLAKEMAN ELIZABETH BOARD MARJORIE BOGGESS WILLIAE BOSWELL JOSEPH COLLA C. MILTON CONWAY ELIZABETH A. COOPER NELL DISHMAN GERALD S. DOOLIN DAVIS DORNER MARGARET DOUGLAS HARRIET ANN DRURY RICHARD L. DRY J. W. DUNCAN FRANCES DUDDEON RUSSELL DUNCAN WILLIAM EBERTE HARRY EMMERICI-I NOEL ENGEL J. C. EVANS SARAH FARLEY ALBERTA FASSNACHT CHESTER FAULCONER FRAZIER FAULCONER ROBERT F. FEAMESTER MARIE FEEBACK FRANKLIN D. FELTS JOSEPH FERGUSON PAULINE FITZPATRIC EDWIN FLOYD NANCY G. COTTINGHAM MARY PRINCE FOWLER CLARENCE CORTNEY MRS. BETTY CRAWLEY JOSEIIIIINE A. CROWE CATHERINE CROWE CONARD CROWE JOHN S. CRUTCHER JOHN R. CUMMINSQ FRED C. CUNNINGHAM MARY CLOUD BOSWELL DOROTHY DAVIS JOIIN T. BOWER CLINTON BOYD LEO K. BROECKER FRANCIS H. DAVIS , GLADIS F. DAVIS ' ELEANOR DAWSON MRS. DOROTI-IY BROWN MARSHALL A- DAWSON Ml'l'C1-IELI, BROWN WILLIAM DEBOE ALEXANDER T. BRUCE WILLIAM H. DEBORD ALICE LOUISE BRUNER STELLA DEEORE MARY E. BRYANT JAMES BUCKLEY JACDUILINE BULL LARKIN DENTON SUE DICKERSON WILLIAM T. DINGUS MARY E. FOSTER MATY M. FRANKLIN GRANVILLE N. FREY ARTHUR H. FRAZIER MOESES FRIED PAULINE GORDON DOROTHY G. GORHAM DOROTHY GOULD KATHERINE L. GRAVES BETTY H. GREVES K. L. GREENQUIEST FORREST M. GRAGORY LEO GUTMAN, JR. W. D. HAHE EDNA HADGERON ROBERT V. HALL JOE HAMILTON FLORENCE HARDWICK M. FRANCIS HARPER ANDREW W. HAYS ROBERT B. HENSLEY J. HERNDON LAWRENCE A. I-IERRON FRED L. HARTZOG AUTHOR R. HIGDON GEORGANN H IGGINBOITOM COLUMBUS HINES JACK HIRSCH MARY SIDNEY HOBSON CARL G. HOFFMAN WILBURN HOLLOWAY JOHN HOOD GEORGE HOSKINS ELIZABETH HOWARD THOMAS CARSON FULLERHERBEM' HOWARD JOE GARTIN LOUISE GEORGE LOUISE GEX NELVA GILES NEvA GILES J. HIGH GILLIAM JAMES S. GIVENS MAxOLA GIVENS FRANK GOGGIN C. A, GOODMAN ASA F. GOODWIN JAMES W. GORDON NORINIC GORDON 99- iv gil 1, ,gvf 'S- '-" Y T11 -N- , Q" - WAYNE HOWARD ESTELL E. HOWLAND VIRGINIA HUEER STANLEY HUDSON ELIZABETH HUGHES FRANK HUGHES, JR. ROBERTA HULETT WILLIAM R. HUMEER VIRGINIA HUNT MARGARET HYLAND RAMDNA ILIFF ISABELL I. ISGRIG FRANCIS IRWIN 1 WM. J. JACKOWITZ ROBERT JENNETI' HA'I'I'IE JENNINGS RALPH E. JOHNSON J. W. JOHNSTON SALLIE JOHNSTON ALBERT' R. JONES CHARLES M. JONES CATHERINE JONES RUSSELL JONES OKLEY JUDSON WAI.'l'ER JUDSON FRED A. KAEMPPEE EDWARD KEE MARY G. KELLER WILLIAM T. KERWIN RUTH KLAEUND ROGER KLIEN A. B. KOPENHALEER HOWARD KREN'I'ER HELEN L. LAMB VIRGINIA LAME NORMA L. LAMPERT ROBERT LAPE AUTHOR M. LARSON MA1'I'lE LAWRENCE MARGARET LESTOURGEON HIMAND E. LEvY ANNA MAE LEWIS MARTHA LEWIS ARMELIA LIGGIN DOROTHY Ll'l"l'LES'l'ON JAMES G. LISANBY GAY LOUGHERIDGE LOUISE LOVING WILLIAM A. LUTHER HORACE H. LYNN ALLEN B. MCALISTER KENNE'l'lAI MCCAR'l'1' CHESLEY A. MCCAW MYRTLE MCCOY ROBT. I-I. NICf3AUGHEY MARGARET NICHA'l'l'ON ""'-.5 F330 KQUQKIAN f 'T K.. Freshman Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE R. T. MCKENNA BILLIE MA'I'I'Ox EVELYN MADDOX LELAND M. MAIIAN LOUISE MASON ALFRED J. MAXWELL EMMA S. MENDEL W. R. MEREDITH ERNEST MERRITT BEN T. METCALFE CATHERINE MICPIAEL PAULINE MILLER HORACE M, MINER CHARLES MITCHELL LOUISE MITCHELL MARJORIE MI'I'CHELL ANNE P. MOFFETT RALPH W. MONTAGUE MARY K. MONTGOMERY LOUISE MORAN EDDIE J. MORRIS H. H. MORRIS JOSEPH MUSIANO SHERRILL NAPIER VIVIAN NASH DUNCAN NAVE RICHARD NEISER NORMAN NESEITT JOE NEWTON HAROLD NICKELL JAMES P. NICKELL LOIS NICHOLS MAR'l'lN L. NISWORGER H. F. NORMENT MARY ANNE O'BRIEN JERROLD D. O'BRYANT GERTRUDE O'CONNELL KA'l'PIERlNE 0'CONNOR LUTHER H. PARR EVAN PARROTT MINA PATE PAUL MCKIM PATE DENNY W. PENCE JANE PAYNTER HOWARD H. PE'l"l'US OWEN PHII.I.IPS PAUL P. PICKERING CRAY M. PLATT JOHN G. PRATHER MARY E. PRICE ARvA RAY JAMES B. RAY CORNEIL REISTER JOSEPH S. REISTER KERMIT' RIFFE BERTRAM K. RIGG CHARLES M. RILEY RAY ROBINSON BE'l"l'Y P. RODES FORREST ROGERS R. C. ROTTGERING LOUISE SALES VIRGIL P. SANDERS JOSEPH SANDERS EUGENE SCHICK WALTER A. SCOTT FRANK EARL FEALH DOROTHY SEWALL VERNON SHAFFER SHARLOTTE SHAW ZACK SI-IIELDS ANN SHROPSHIRE DORIS SMITH GEORGE M. SMITH JACKSON C. SMITH LENARD B. SMITH Sl-IERRILL SMITH EDNA RAY SOUSLEY DREWSILLA STEELE MARGARET' STEELE MARY M. STEPHENS ORVILLE W. STEWART GEORGE L. STONE OLGA STRA'I"l'ON SHERLIE E. S'l'RA'I'l'ON JACK W. STROTHER EDWIN SWISSHELM DOROTHY TANNER 100 :fl 19 EDITH MAE TATE NORMAN TA1'E JAMES POLK TAYLOR CELESTE THOMPSON JACK R. TODD BUELLA P. TOWLES LORELL A. TRAYLOR CHARLES E. TULKER ELON B. TUCKER GAYLE rI'UDOR E. A. TURLEY EDWARD C, VANMEERTH RALPH VANNAY MARVIN WACKS F. GRESHAM WALL MARY L. WALLACE JANE WALTER WARDELL T. WALTER MARSHALL L. WALTON VIRGINIA WARDRUP JOSEPH WARREN JOHN WATTS, JR. POLLY WEANER WILLIAM L. WEEE RUTH DOWLING WEHLE AUEREY WELLS CARRIE L. WHITAKER ETHEL WHITLOW ADRIAN WILKES GENEVA WILLIAMS WILLIAM C. WILSON JACK WINFREE MARY R. WINGATE ROBERT C. WINN BYRON WINSTON MURIEI. WISS CHARLES B. WOODEURY CHARLES WORTHINGTON F. F. WORTHINGTON EMMA WRIGHT VIRGINIA YAREO MOLLIE YOCUM ROEERT M. YOUNG I ' I Ne I - A+ if .HH- gaq TQ? - - K . Z i 4 M -I J J 1930 KE IUQKIANK C X.. CLARENCE T. ADAMS RAYMOND ALFRED TED ALVFPSON WILLIAM AUTHOR SCOTT M. IZOARDMAN I-IAROLD BREDWELL JOHN T. BERTRAM MARVIN D. BROCK HAROLD BUTE WILLIAM CARNEY JOHN W. CHAPMAN MATT CLAY ROLAND COMES TALBER1' COMES ED CONGLETON IRVIN CROWE WILLIAM DALY DARREL DAREY ROGER DAVIS RICHARD DIEM BRUCE M. DEGARIS ARMAL E. DEMPSEY JAMES MAX DILLION CHARLES C. FIELDS LOUIS FISI-IBACK GEORGE FORSYTHE MALCOLM FOSTER JAMES LEE GARRISON HERMAN GREATHOUSE CLARK H. GREGG JAMES GREGG J. E. GRIFFETH ? Freshman Class COLLEGE OF COMMERCE LEE N. HANSON WALTER HARDYMAN JOIIN F. HART GEORGE I'IlLL PANSY HILL EUGENE M. HINDMANN THOMAS WM. I-IORINE CHARLES E. INGRAM HAROLD G. IVIE WADE H. JEFFERSON EDWARD B. JOHNSON ELLIS JOHNSON DON CRAVENS JONES JOHN M. KELLEY K. M. KERR SAM KERSLAKE ROBERT KLAREN ALLAN W. LAVAN MARY ANNA LANCASTER HAROLD MARTIN MERITI' MARRS ALFRED MANASIAN S. EDWARD MATINGLY HENRY MCCLURE JAMES W. MCROEERTS FORREST MAROUES ROBERT MCVEY S. EDWARD MILLIREN JAMES MITCHELL JOE MONTGOMERY WILLIAM L. MOORE FRED MORRISON JOE MUDO GEORGE MURPHY MICHAEL MURPHY EMIIER NEWMAN EDWARD PETTUS ROIIERT PHILLIPPS lOl ' DON PRICE JAMES S. REGAN LEO S. ROSA JAMES ROLAND JACK SHIELDS GLENN SI-IEPHERD GEORGE T. SKINNER COLEMAN T. SMITIIY RUSSELL C. SMITH BERNARD SPELMAN J. F. SULLIVAN EARL T. SURGENER HARRY TATE MALCOLM C. TANNER WILLIAM D. TAYLOR HENRY JAMES TEMPLIN THOMAS WILDAN S. P. THRELKPIELD ASA PITTS STALLARD LUCILE TRABAND GROVER C. THOMPSON JOE BENNETT VAUGHN ALVIN C. VINOPAL HARRY WAIT QUENTIN WALKER VICTOR WARNER JOE WEBB ROBERT WHEELER CHARLES WICKLIFFE NORRIS C. WILSON DUDLEY WOODS GEORGE M. WOOLCOTT :fly-5 1 !' 'x. - Y gi- 5:: A -- v Ja -,sip 4 A' . G L W ,-A...l.. 4 .5 , " I Q 2 6 I I o N 'I f I 5. If I. I. IQ I: J 6 .9 ,,..-1' 4' ' ' ' 121119 Ziignj I Q ALTA MAE ALDRIGE ANNA ALEXANDER ENNA BAUGH R. C. BEEMON DOROTHY BEREI-ILINc RALPH BLEVINS FREDDY MAY BocooIc LUCILLE BRUMADEK NATALIE BRYSON CATHERINE CAssInY RUTH CAYwoon '-if Freshman Class COLLEGE OF EDUCATION NANCY CLEVELAND MARY COLLINS LILLIAN COLLINS DoRoTIIY COMPTON MARY K. CRAVEE HENRY DAILY DOROTHY DAY ANNE DENTON KATHERINE DOUGLAS MARIE EMMONS RUBY EVANS ROBIN FAIN J. T. FAwcE'I'I' EMMY LoU FORD CAROLINE FOXNORTH HAzEL FRANCILCO P. B. FRAZIER LILLIAN FREDERICKSON EVELYN GALL PAULINE GALL EDNA EARL GIGGS LILLIAN Goocu MARY BELLE GORMLEY EvoLYN GRAELE LUCILLE HALE PAULINE HALL GEORGINA HALLIZR ROBERTA I-IARIJING RosA LEE HARRIS ' EVA L. HENRY HENRIETTA HowE HAZEL JONES AEIIE MAE KOONZ MRS. RoY KNIGHT RUELL LAYMAN C. D. MCGUEEY OPAL MCGUEFY RUTH MAYES DoRoTHY MEGOUN RUTH MILLS ' ROBERT MONTGOMERY E. J. MORRIS MYRA E. REDFERN JEANETTE ROBBINS MARGARET RownoTHAIvI LORRAINE RUE LOUISE SMITH ELIZABETH STAUEIELD MIKE TUCKER ANNA BELLE TURNER EVELYN WALTRIP RUTH WELLS ROY WOOLRIDGE AGNES WOR1'HlNGTON 102 N! xgnl ass X I 5 99 4: 71' FH -I c e-I E P z TN iQ 'iii 5 1 , si- :g - ' I v 4 2 ig-E v 14 ' 'ta , , I 4 ' . .ga 4 ' 4 - - - . . - - r I JAG' ,,, v 1930 KENIUQKIAN f 3:1 iii I O 4 lv GEORGE C. ADKINS JAMES D. ALEXANDER JEROME W. ALEXANDER A. L. ANDERSON, JR. ROBERT L. ANDERSON VYINSTON B. ARDERY J. L. ATCHISON HOWARD W. BAKER J. R, BALLARD THOMAS E. BALLARD CHARLES M. BALMUT ELWOOD C. BARBER PORTER E. BARNETT M. I-I. BAUGH WM. ALBERT BEAN, JR. THOMAS M. BEARD BEN F. BEDFORD, JR. W. M. BENTLEY GEORGE M. BICKEL GEORGE E. BIRK BEN C, BOOHER D. B. BROOKS IRMEL N. BROWN WILLIAM G. BROWN CHESTER BUCKINGHAM FOSTER S. BURNS XNOODROW W. CAIN C. D. CALLOWAY, JR. R. H. CHAMBERS NICHOLAS CHEI-LEEF GUY W. CLARK JOHN W. CLARK OLEN B. COEFMAN OWEN R, COLLEY ORVILLE C. COMES WlLBER'l' M. CONN MILBURN COOPER WILLIAM A. CORE W. ANSEL CRADY CARSON H. CORNETT EDWIN L. CULL W. F. DANNECKER M. C. DARNELL, JR. E. R. DAUGHERTY RAY F. DAUGHERTY ROBERT L. DAUGHERTY LEWIS B. DAVIS WILLIAM F. DAVIS JOHN T. DENTON E. CLIFTON DOWEL DELMAS J. DOYLE H. O. DURHAM THOMAS T. DRUMMY FRANK J. ECTOR PEYTON L. ELLIS Freshman Class COLLEGE OF JOVETI' N. ELMORE WHITE R. FAIN GEORGE C. FARRIS WILLIAM H. FISHBACK THOMAS F, FITZGERALD WILBURN E. FLORENCE ERNEST B. FOLEY J. RUSSELL FOSTER JAMES S. FRANKEL JOHN A. FRYE CHARLES GAINES W. C. GAINES HARRY GAUNT GEORGE T. GESS FLEMlNG E. GILBERT CASWELL GORI-IAM C. J. GO'I'l'LlEB EARL W. 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J" nl , if I ll 135 4 3 .""'t-2"'fff '51-330 KENIUfKlAN5 R a""'-1- It QQPL 2, I .N A 4 , 9 .N I. , c , o I R U T CC Instructors Iirsi Rofw Ln I to Right CA1'1'A1N CLYDE CRA111' MAJOR OWEN NIEREDI'l'I'I CAPTAIN I-I W. SCHM111 CAPTAIN RILHAR11 L ESSFORD S'1cond Rmw lrft lo Right 4 WARRANT OFFICER C. A. KNIFll'l' L11aU'1'ENAR'1' J, II. Runs SERGEANT JOHN A. SHoR'1' WARRAN1' Ovmcuk E. O C A1,1,Ac1mR S1sRcEAR'1' HER- MAB. BRYAN1' L11aU'1'1aRAR'1' P. E. Ll5S'I'0URFEON I N X N 5 I I 0 C ll 0 I , a A 1 I f ' 2 I , , . I , , F , o q L ' , 4 F . 7 ' 1 V A 1 , 1 V ' I 1 V , 4 I , l , 0 36 5 4 I' A W Kiki? ::: - H.. A sez., v, 19, -4 .1 s , 1. F53 f YA 1 M 1 I in-2 -ff C v w3oREN1UcRIAI-If' , QC, ' " 3? R. O. T. CC. Regimental Staff Lrfft lo Right, Firxl Ro-w: MAJOR S'I'ANI.EI' MII.wARD, COLONEL JOIIN BENSON, LIEu'I'ENAN'I'-COLONEL Bon O'DEAR, MAJOR LEONARD VVEAKI.Ev. Second Row: CAPTAIN LAWRENCE SHROI-sHIRE, CAPTAIN HARRY STAMPER, CAPTAIN JACK HOW- ARD, CAPTAIN CIIARLEs COI,vIN, CAPTAIN GORDON FINLEY Third Rofw: LIEUTENANT EDWARD EVANS, LIEUTENANI' CSEORCE I-IILLEN, LIliU'I'ENAN'l' WAYMAN TI-IOIvIAssoN, LIEU'l'ENAN'l' HOWARD FITCH, LIEu'I'ENAN'I' J. C. MORROW, LIEUTENANT EMIL JOHNSON 137 I i"tfQ.."J 0. I I I. I. Ii A A - E AW I JAN ":'f-'C' C v 1930 KENIUQRIANK me E1 A if-I' A L .I I. il 'I I' 'I I I l I I O l I U l D 1 Q I I 1 N w I X I I I - R.. UQ T.. CQ Sponsors ' o s A First Rofw, Sitting: a FRANCES BASKl5'l'l', Company Ag EVRLYN FORD, Firzzt Battaliong SARA E. REYNOLDS, , Company B5 MARY ARMSTRONG, Regimental. I I -' Sxfond Rofw, Standing: '- LEURA Pli'l'I'IGRI5W, Bandg josrcvumlz LAPSLEY, Company F5 MARY E. Flsrmk, Com- . pany G5 QPIi0RGli'l'l'IiA WALKER, Company C3 Blvrsv BlENNli'l"I', Second Battaliong HAZE1. BAUCOM, Company E. ' l I I I I I O U. 133 A ' ' , O' i' J u !:"" I J' QEA- N - W .- -A'-" ' 1 ' --fx aj "'-1:4 I '- C v wsu RfN1UguANf' , , ? I 'R 1 .l I I l I I I The University of Kentimcky lR-hilflle Team 1 Madzr a Minor Spar! in 1929 - VARSITY . L. S. Plcr'roN . . . .... , ,, , C,,l,,,,i,, C. M. CnRIs'rn2 . .... . . ..... , , Major .N CECIL Smrru A. W. C1nNN j. C, STARKS IE. F. CRADY u N. P. ORIZM VVn.l.lAM Emms '1'. P. MANTZ R, ALIJSON A. MCURAY R. L. BRADBURY W. E. FLORENCE A, 1'1ENmqRs0N I FRESHMEN ' O. B. COFIPMAN VV, 13. PARRISH J, II. Ewnvo J, J. '1'H0RNf,-ON X, T. C. EVANS I. D. lVERSON IE. S. MONOHAN S. C. PERRY ' The University of Kentucky Rifle Team is composed of members of the R. O. T. C. advanced corps and Freshman and Sophomore cadets. The team is divided into two units, namely: the Varsity Team, which is made up of members of the advanced corps, and the R. O. T. C. ' team, which is composed of the Varsity Team and the Freshman unit. , The teams were scheduled for ten weeks' firing this year and they ente1'ed into competition with over sixty-three other colleges of high ' rating in military science. Q . 139 4 lr gl -nl i 4' 'x X N' Af-nd H3111 I t ag . f' s W JAR J i v 1930 KQECKIANC x Q 3- Military Department By AUSTIN H. GRESHAM. HE World War' demonstrated the imperative need of trained oflicers, pro- vided in the time of peace, and not after the outbreak of the war. For this reason the Reserve. Officers. Training Corps, or. R..O.. T. C., en- '-'ff 'S-1' deavors to promote military training in educational lllstltutlons and en- able especially qualified students to earn a reserve commission. The University of Kentucky has been singularly successful in this work, having been one of the ranking units of the Fifth Corps Area for a number of years. Thus, although not a military college, 'it nevertheless ranks among the foremost military schools of the country. Too much credit cannot be given to Major Meredith and his efficient staff. The Department of Military Science and Tactics is one of the oldest departments of the university, having been established in 1866 Lllldel' the terms of the Morrill Land Grant Act. This act provided for the donation of land by the government to estab- lish and maintain the college. In turn, the college would conduct a course in mili- tary training for all able-bodied male students. For a number of years the students were required to live in dormitories and to wear a-regulation uniform at all times. This requirement, together with the monot- onous routine, did much to decrease attendance at land grant colleges. With the passage of the National Defense Act in 1916 a new type of military training came into being-the Reserve Officers' Training Corps was established and a number of camps were equipped for summer instruction. The basic course is required of all physically fit male freshmen and sophomores and its successful completion is a prerequisite for graduation from the university. Ex- ception is made of those students who qualify for the band. The advance course is open only to those students who have completed the basic course and who are especially recommended by the Military Department as having those requisites necessary for leadership and maintenance of discipline. Two years a1'e requi1'ed for completion of the advanced course, including a summer camp of six weeks between the junior and senior years. Commutation of subsistence is paid to members ofthe course for the two years. Upon graduation from the advanced course the cadet receives a commission as second lieutenant in the Officers' Reserve Corps of the United States Army. The aim and purpose of the department is to develop qualities of leadership in those who will be the men of tomorrow. Personal honor, integrity and confidence are stressed in all phases of the Military Department's work. Military training is directed toward securing mental and moral fitness. The old conception of the soldier as a blindly obedient automaton has been superseded by the idea of a self-controlled, intelligent man, who is impelled by his own conviction of the righteousness of his cause-who has the initiative and judgment to surmount diffi- culties, and who has sup1'eme confidence in his ability to master any situation. 140 ia" -- I-Q -f Z " if' - 1 L L- W i N M4 A 051 '44 Wg? hu. -, ' .' :Q-2 ESE" 3 0 Q 4 M fl ORG IZ TIONS 1 'J JW' wL1.'FP'.r 'Y 11? s of 41... 5 '79-i 5 mm V C -..--- i'n'i 'H-ui 1211 53' I R " 1 a ' "' SU.-' 7'-'n ' J 0 Q WIIIIIIWC mga- ,J 1 ' 1 , 1 X ' , .- .,-I-. S, ,.., 1 , - -- , X , - -4,- , . , .3 Q, 4, V 4 . , , . . 4 n 1, ,pr-3, g11ggg15g,,r'mg-p,9,,,, J .Iwi-'V.:,f' J'2-j'11411M2:-E- " ".'---ww-+21-221g-9,331-QQ .pp-ggf5,!-'Mgr 41 51. . A . V, -, F-.'Jy:g,. 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V , f- f -I - 1-3 -C'-1 ' v Ioan KLWEQKIANK ff- 11- I Alpha Tau Umcga I 'x Founded at Virginia Military Institute, September II, 1865 I In Ninety-two Chapters I ' Colorx: Azure :Ind Gold Flgfwgr: White Tea Rose . ' Publiralioru "The Palm" ' MU IoTA'CI-IAPTER ' Established February 22, 1909 FRATRES IN F ACULTATI5 PROF. L. E. NoI.LAU MII, BAIt'I' PEAK MR. BIIIKEIWI' L. PIIIELE Paor. L. J. I'IoIu.AcIIEIz MII. I-Iucu MEIuuwEA'I'IIEIt MR. WILLIAM M. Zon- MR. LEONARD Rouscu ' Class of I9 3 3 ' ' M. N. FRANKLIN V. L. Coucu H. B. MEYERS - l W. T. DIIURY O. K. BARNES L, STRANAHAN J, H. CALLAWAY W. H. SANDERS V. JONES ' W. H. '1'uoMAssoN Juniors . G. H. Mokscn M. W, GINKLE J. R. SANDERS I C. A. SI-ICER A. S. AUcus'I'us I-I. E. DAY 'N S. K. ALLEN -' ' Sophomores ' . W, F. HILLIARD R. RICE C. PENNINc'I'oN R. L. MORGAN N. C. WILSON V. A. MERER ' L. M. VAUGIIN A. J. KIKEL G. FREY ' Q F. M. Cu1'LEIz H. E. Knoc T. CUTLER , J. J. Boucmzn G. M. BAYER W. WILSON ' K. ANDREWS L. M. MCGAUGII J. Dnukv . . 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WILLIAMS HAR'IwELL BAILEY Class of 1933 JACOII GALL WILBER'I' WATKINS HARRY BAUM WILLIAM HUME JACK KENDAI.L WILLIAM LONGACRE KERMI1' PACK ALFRED MANASIAN ROY MCCONACPIIR HARRY D. NAvE VICTOR WARNER GEORGE H. YENOWINE 158 N,,f" rg W u 5 'Vx EZ? IJ 3 2 ME NE E Z N I QQ 111 C I 'I -A ,D L---A vf ' ,:-'..- Jw? 'Lu- -Qf' 1930 Kwmfklfxu w " f r A ff ' 1.1 . Q I J G- ' 4' J' ' 34 fdli lx' ' fs I, . L - ' f 'sr N 1' A . Y 1' 1- Q pi X-.K l L' ' . I 1 I, , c-' 9- 6 ' I A A A 4 A I ' I n V 1 'I 4' L' G' -, 0 , GW 3 ' ' ' qw if A 1 4 ' Y 5 I ' I A G. 0 ' 4 , f v J , x Q. ' F ,vu , g u . r ' , 5, , . Q iw 1 I F t Q t x' ff J ' K N . Qu W V J O Cross, Wills-y, Glun, Gnsns-y, Gull ' Dnuprllorty, lflusldns Koo. Jlumo, Cross, XVilson HL-I'fnvr, Baum, Shuw, l.ongn4-ru, Irion, lvlgmnn , K1-u, K1-ndull, Xvuuvur, Xvllsun, NVlllh1ms, Vit-,. Ycnowlnc, Nvurncr, Reynolds, Bailey, Luvin, De Gnrls o 159 , N 'I 5 51' J' 1' FE All lla K-5 C vn9aoREN1UfRlARfC "' 1 - S- 3' Delta Tau Delta Founded at Bethany College, West Virginia, 1859 Seventy-five Chapters Colors: Purple, White and Gold Flofwlff-' Pans? Publication: "The Rainbow" DELTA EPSILON Established 1924 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DEAN C. R. MELCIIER JAMES SHROPSIIIRE FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE l PAUL AVERITT JOHN BENSON JOIIN CROSBY CARLOS JAGOE JOHN BREEDING BEN CROSBY EDWARD BARKLEY GRAHAM BENSON HAROLD BUTNER 0. B. COFFMAN JOHN E. GRIFFITH JAMES FAWCETT ROBERT MCVAY Class of IQ30 MILFORD NOE PRESTON ORDWAY ROY OWSLIZY WILLIAM PA'l"l'ERSON Class of 1931 BRADY KNIGHT RUSSELL LUTEs Wll1l.lAM 'I'Ro'I'r Class of IQ32 BRUCE FAROUIIAR KENDALI, HOLMES CARTER HOWARD rI'HOMAS MOORE CLAY ROFF Class of 1933 I-IORACE MINER SHERILL NAPIER FOSTER PEYTON JACK SHIELDS COLEMAN SMITH 160 i' ROBERT HAwKINs ' LAURENCE SI-IROPSHIRE WALTER VEST LEONARD WEAKLEY CLAUDE WALKER DIELROY ROOT SAM SHIT-LEY JAMES CLEARY CRESTON SMITH JOHN THORN LORELL TRAYLOR CHARLES W001'EN 4' 'N- 'T- S:: ' :..-. , - -1- El .-A., v .54 qt, J K - 95 X AQ ' A Y t . A . ' ' i i f 4, K. 4 ,. 4,-. g' - , vie - 5, 3 A J 3 x , x , 5 x JD ' R W ' Q r ' 1 If N I , A f 6.4 Q .0 3, ' I I . - . 3 ' . W' , . I I , q , " 'f A ' f Q, 4- .nk ov, 0 N j - ' ' " 1 ' J A A 'Q ,--J f . .. , I ' 1 G' 9. Q 6 .. - - Y f. ' , .ix 3 Y Q W Y' ' t.. ., ' ,' I Q.. . N I .I h , f X .M I 5 I K' my e cw I , y ' Q. ' ... 2. 6 Q. O Q' W' -. x t, .5 .E , . c, f X J, I I A" Q I 'A gp X ' Q . nf. 1. " 1 K' C I - Q 0 . Q .tu , . 1 ' , cv Q. . r , ' B , N 4 Nom-, Crosby, Trutt, V1-sl ' Aw-rllt, Urdwuy, l'ulu-rsmm, B1-nsun, S111-npslmiw O'llc:u', NV1-ukly, Owulvy, l1'mvc-1-lt Jammu, NVouts-n, Cro:-xhy, Ilmvuwl. Hutm-r, flrltllth I Nupior, Root, Smith, l'i2ll'1lUK'hXll', Tun-N, Hnlmpg Smith, Mlm-r, Mm:Vuy, Puytull. Truylm', l'l1-amy, 'Fhunm o W 161 N A W A " - ?l -iii W A X' -W' 232 - 9' 'Q' ' Y , f 5 S- - i mg ,Q -if v mo IIIQNIUQRIAN Kappa Alpha s Founded at Washington and Lee University, December ZI, 1865 Sixty-five Chapters Colors: Crimson and Gold Flofwcrs: American Beauty Rose and Magnolia Publicalion: "The Journal" TH ETA VCI-IAPTER Established 1393 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DEAN W. E. FREEMAN , DR. HARRY BEST DR. J. W. PRYOR PROE. ENOCU GRBHAN DR. G. 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CAEIIELL OWENS FREII GROss U .N WILLIAM KENNEY ' TIIOMAS HOUSE HARRY LAIR ' JOHNNY JONES LEO BROECKER ALBERT JONES ' JAMES CROMWELL O 4 'o !4 my -- vf 1-Af ,RQ-' . 1, J - .-I-'-1 ,fv- v 1930 ISE IUQKIANK S tx, 1 ' ,-' is 52 1.15, ng ' ' g I 5? 4 ' 'FMA 1 ' s YN' fb 5, . . rSH3:L,:1, Q V 1 . . Q V ,Q ,l'52r"" K, ug xvyl ' I 1 If I jg! N W ,,, V' Q-531 J EK N5 ' . ' xafiif Hn "l?9i.,X.,.:'Wx I rl If GH F41 i , v- ,- 1- ,1 , , Q f , J A K X p 1 F IS lifi A Gnu - Lf. 'uf Z . f W' r fa 'U 71 'W ,' QQJU J lf I rw ' lv ' Art' . 4 "QW , V, ' fi' M Fitch, Brock, Janus, Chunnult Jones, Owens, Gross, Morris Penny, 1'lug'lu-S, llumphroy, l'TllllIlX'ILllt, lin P15 11'1-rpgusoll, Carrington, I-Init, Brumm-tor, Jluhhlu Phillips, Broker, Haughes, Jones, 'Audery 171 K -f M l v 2 sr: , ,E , x P 1 -P 'Fw' ' v ix 15, ws, A I' I HM A ,, 1, vb i' S 3 E p5I"' I FS- X X' Y J ---1 vf Av ,. ,- It 1 AQ. r .1 v 1930 RENWQRIAN f ' '-- I I L! 6 o 1 1 4 4 . E . 1 4 i 1 gf Phi Kappa Tan Founded at Miami University, March 17, 1906 Thirty-three Chapters Colorx: Harvard Red and Old Gold HARRY BOLSER DON COUTY MALC0l.M BARNES GAYLE HAMON WILLIAM BRYANT GLAllS1'ONE CLIFTON EWING EI.I.I0'l'T MATTHEW DARNELL MARSHALL DAWSON MERRIT MARRS Publication: "The Laurel" KAPPA CHAPTER Established 1920 FRATER IN FACULTATE ROY MORELAND FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1930 R. B. GOAD THOMAS STEVENS JOHN TOMPKINS LOUIS WALTON Class of 1931 JOHN HIEBER JOHN MURPPIY BILL MCKINNEY Class of 1932 JAMES Mll.I,ER EIJMOND HUELETI' CHESTER JOLLY BERT KIEL JOIIN VI-INN Class' of 1933 KERMI1' RIFE MORTON WALKER ROGER DAVIS I-IOWARII KREU'l'ER 172 22'-f .. Ny Flofwcr: Red Cam ation JULIAN KESHEIMER B. B, JONES JACK WERT RALPH WRIGHT JAMES FERGUSON CHESTER MCCAUGI-I JAMES ROLAND BARON WOODBURY 2' I' A EE ir: ' .i I v -651, 'f , , , Q' - Pk.. ' fc 8 --i...... 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GEN'l'lLl'Z RUSSELL CASE CAEELL CASSIDY SCOTI' DAVENPORT GILBERT DEMYER HARRY DHNT ALEC BRUCE HARRY LEE Bust-IAR'r ANSEL CRADY ROBERT FEAMSTER Publicaliou: "The Signet" PI-II DEUTIERON CHAPTER Eslabfixhfd 1927 FRATRES IN FACULTATE IDHAN PAUL BOYD PROF. E. A. BUREAU FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1930 IRMEN FoR'I' WARNER FORD HARRY CRAIf'I' LEI.AND HOWARD Class of 1931 J. C. MoRRow VVILLIAM MORGAN Class of 1932 WILLIAM EDMIs'roN CYUY FRONK HUGH JACKSON JOHN MAINS CLAUDE MARSHALL EDWIN Sco'I'r JAMES STEVENS Class of 1933 JEROME GERMANN FRANCIS HANKES FORREST MARQUIS EMLER NEUMAN 174 MR. R. CLAY PoR1'ER JULIAN LEFLER CARL OWSLIZY EDWIN SI.AUcH'I'ER EUGENE RoYsE BEVERLY VVIIITE IDIXON SHoUsE GLENN TERRILL PAUL TODD JAMES TYREE NEWELL WILDER EDWARD MILLIKEN FRANK T. MANN GIBSON PRATHER JAMES WILDER QQ ii 11 if A l ' Q Q u 1 Q s 1 e Q q -I q 1 m - . - 1 1 I - ' A .W A Y' 5113 up 'f Y mo KENIUQKIANK , X i? Y Q- l G x -mv ' ' ' P "l 5- x wh. 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BUTLER NEWMAN BOARDMAN PAUL CARRACO GEORGE FORSYTHE CLARK GREGG HENRY GLOSTER R. H. MCNEAL SAM W. MENEFEE HENRY SCOTT WINDELL READING Juniors CECIL SMITH PRESTON POWELL JAMES SOMES CONRAD ROSE Sophomores GEORGE HILLEN ROBERT TUCKER JAMES GLOSTER EVAN THOMPSON Freslmzen JAMES CFREGG THORNTON HELM RICHARD HEYSER LEWIS FISHBACK RICHARD CLARK GEORGE HILL 180 Gs-z"'l Flolfwnr: White Rose MR. RICHARD JOHNSON JOHN N. GILLHAM EDWIN DENNY HAYES OWENS WILLIAM LUSSKY JOHN SIIAGLE JAMES OWENS JACK HAYES ED JOHNSON HARGUS HUGHES CLARENCE JOHNSON WADE JEFFERSON JOE MONTGOMERY SAM C. KENNEDY EDWARD SAMPSON JAMES P. TAYLOR FRANK WOR1'lllNG'l'ON J D ix. .S ei ia: -- v - ff -r -- -5 - 1 RF A P' ""-'- Jig JAG- 11 1111 if I I I I I O I . I v v S I I 1 1 I I I O 'I ,Tirx I N- '5 I Y 3930 KENIULKIAN K Q' , if i I I F21 G.. Q' yy F' xy ,FQ N Q. I '. N l . . X N I 1' I N tb FH- gi-7 " ' A ' AI I ' L .I I, I I. 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HALL Ninety-three Chapters Gold Publicarirm: "The Delta" GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER Establishvd 1902 FRATRES IN FAcULTA'rE MAURY CRU'I'cIIER FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of IQ 30 NATHAN DAvIEs HERIIERT STEELY EDGAR MILLER Class of 1931 JoIIN F. RAMEY CORNELIUS K. CAIN PIENDERSON DYSARD EARL KING SENFF Class of 1932 SIMEON DRAKE RUDOLPH ScIIMocIc JAMES JEFFRIES Class of 1933 PEYTON ELLIS JAMES W. GORDON SLADE CARR JOHN ROGERS WILLIAM MOORE JAMEs SULLIVAN 182 xtf-v self? Iary I, X869 Flofwcr: White Rose LEON WIGGLESWORTH FRANK DAvIDsoN ROBERT PENNINGTON HENRY KELLY ELDEN DURAND joIIN E. RAMEY CHARLES GILLEY EDWARD HE'I'1'INc:ER BENJAMIN ME1'CALFlE ZACH SHIELDS EDWARD MONOHAN RUSSELL STEGNER N! -S X ,,, -11 JPN- 'ii iQ E 't f 1 1 ' I L: Ia vi- ' Q Q4 Q' , 9 I Q. . A 5. - , , ,A , ' I I --- ..- JAN- 7 H EB"-'30 KQBLCKIANK TK, Z 2 I. ' K, ww S' kv I 1 , QQ P . , K l G '- Q5 I L 1 5, f' , ' sv X . ir 'c X' ' 1 635-vi 'ivixi l M - i K lx, irq vxix ' .X . I V " f- -' - , gk uh , - ' A ' ' I r , Q I' Q Q, A 'M ax. cr- 6 v L , . , ' N . A , . g 1' - .- W ITN- 1 V' N I ' . , Q ' I I . f' . . ' 32 'x if--f 'JK 'H Y -' 1- .- ., . 5 Q 'x - 1 ,. , Q ., -u W Ak -7 i x I' ' e A I, I, 1 5 5' 'f + ' uv ,B J tv- .1 f 9 15- , G EN A 1 J 0 I Durnnd, Mmlloy. Dy:-mrml, Xvltln-rspuon 1 Buf-klua, Davidson, Xvlyxglusworth, Mlllur XVhltf1m-ld, Mm-Uurmivk, S1-nl'l', Hull Sullivan, Nm-wlon, Stvs-ly, 1'l'llllillKt0ll, Mornnul, Ellis, lgugl-,-N ' Ilumn-y, Hrs-mlwoll, Unddvn, Snmllgo. Svhmm-k, Gorrlon, Shi,,mH Davis, Cnin, Drake, Curr. Duncnn, Metcalf, Moore . N 133 4 I A 'I : :g-3 -1. -.5 --..... 1 4 xv .ag-S V I F . 31930 RENHJLRIAN W 1. ' I O I Tmangllc Founded at University of Illinois, 1907 Fourteen Chapters I' Colors: Old Rose and Gray Flafwer: Red Carnation '. l'ublication: "Triangle Review" " KENTUCKY CHAPTER Established 1907 FRATRES IN FACULTATE JACK DICRER LouIs E. NoLI.EAu FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ' Class of 1930 C. E. COLVIN, JR. I. M. HOWARD T. A. WAI.1'ERs M. T. CARPENTER MORRIS SMITII H. C. Moss Class of IQ 31 B. D. HARRISON D. L. 0'ROARK - R. G. HEITZ W. B. YOUNG W. L. MooRE ,, ' Class of 1932 I W. L. ALBERT, JR. R. W. SCHROAQER R. Q. Moss, JR. ' R. D. COOKE H, V. SMITH F. E, Sco'r'r J. E. GOODMAN P. H. Woons O. K. SHARPE ' W. J. I-IOEING B. C. LEROY J. L. HITE J. B. HUGHES C. R. KAs'rNRR J. R. VAucI-IN ' Class of 1933 J. D. ALEXANDER J. E. HUNDLEY D. R. VOBLKBR ' . R. B, CURRAGE J. W. LI'I'rLE RUSSELL GRAY ' F. C. HAMILTON GRANVll.LE O'ROARK ROBERT GRAY - . I .l s I 4- A f - in - . vf 334 25" X 4 R . E225 JAN ,.v-4' vwaouQ1UuuAnC' T Ei, . ev , ,a ' .- x? ' ' , ,I 1 . 1' 'W A ' S' '- , V I ' 'K ia ' ' -, . A I ' Vv' X Em fm I , ' fu I v w, , . 1' 4 . ' ' - ' A f V ' , I F xx 6' Q ' ' ' gf.. - QF 1 , N , ' X k , " , , , 1 A W , ' U in 0 ' -' f A. ! ,!N I ?-453 P ' ' , ,NN 4 5 7 A A A L 1 1 0 A ZF. l V li' fi K 1 w,.....- l - L mn V: ' 1 . b ' 1 1, lr Q, 0 vi , . X W - , . I -' W Q gh f 1 f f xi ' - K . A A ' V I r Q. gy K 6 y' 1 x so l L . , . - wt ' ' 1' . ' . , ur , M . I x ' ' 5. .V -N . GA L V I ' I - Q ' f ' . 'f W H fu ,z v .1 4 .1 Q, ' fgf 9 l. ,- w 335 - ' ' f - h ' Q ' . 1 . W" Ar If - . I i V Y o Young, ltoelng, Cook, O'Rnm'k, Smith Colvin, C1llll.lIlKl', Plums, Mos:-1 . Sr-utt, Cnrp1mt1-r, XVnlt1:-rs, XVo0d:-1 llundlvy. Moorv, Alhort, Sharp, Aluxnndvr. Moss 0'Ronrk, Hamilton, Howard, LeRoy. Little, Russ ,' Sc-hromlcr, Alexander, Kostner, Heltz, Smith, Harrison, Gondman 0. 185 Q. I '?l ' Sr: :ji ' Q v f, Y . , ! lx' N . f -f AN- Y, Y, "-'5""' Q..- ..f Y I9soRI5N1UuIIARC'i Alpha Delta Theta Founded at Transylvania College, Lexington, Ky., 1919 Eighteen Chapters Folorr: Turquoise Blue und Silver HELEN BROWNINC I-IRLRN DALE MINNIE Lou BENNR1' MARGARET MARRS MARY ADAIR EMILY HARDIN FREDDIE MAY Bocoox BETA CI-IAPTIQR Established 1919 SOROR ES IN U NIV ERSITATE Class of 1930 JANE GoocH RUTH OsImRNIz LI:NoRIz PORTMANN Class of 1931 MARY jo MCCORMICK NANCY SCRUGHAM Class of 1932 MARY MARGARET Howras MoLLIIz MACK OIfIfu1"r EI,IzABIaTH SALMON Class of 1933 Acmns WOR1'PIING1'ON LUCILE BRUMACBN I86 ttf" I i L FlofI,u1fr.' Sweet Pe'I EDITH PRICE RozANA Ru1'rI2RcU1'rIzR SARA LOUISE SIzI1'z VIVIAN SMITH EI,IaANoR SMITH CARRIE LRE WHITAKER MARIANNA LANCASTER if P JI 3 A . 33+ K 4. Y IJ-.. j5'930 KENIUUQANK 1 l' 6 O- S, z , A ' 1 ff' ia I. f if . - lily H3142 - Q -S ,4 1' I I .Q ty, ' i ,LXV A . L X Al' r , x K . war. U I D Q- 6 A 3 X, I NX 4 qjs' 4 A X .L N .. k -J V I 'I . f " I x h I v I A S V K . . H., . , V I h, , ' W 'F if vm- ..5:'fI' ,, W 1 llllttulxcuttc-x', Goovlx, Bruwing Oslmrnu, Purtmnn, Prim-, S1-ruhhuu 1ul'f'0l'lllIl'li, S1-itz, Smith, Uffut, Duh- Smlth, Ilnrclln, Aclulr, MIll'l'H. Wllitlnlu-1 uxvorl, Suhnnn, Ilnxxvfxstw, Worthington, .B!'UlIHll.Yll 187 Y' '7 ll, 'lim-mol ' fx.. Z A9- si iz- -' -,.. ,- N- W , Q - 1 - 1 J s i - 9 N' - - 9- 1 -,S --- ... ihviilsv iiki 4 5 I ' 3 I S' i-DIQSO KENIUQKIAN Y 2? 3? Alpha Gamma Dcllta Founded at Syracuse, 1904. Thirty-eight Chapters Colors: Real, Buff and Green Flofwer: Red and Buff Roses Publication: "Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly" MARIE BARCLAY BILLIE ALSOVER FRANCES BASKETT D'ALLlS CHAPMAN HA7EL BAUcoM MARGARE1' CUNDIFF EVELYN FORD FRANCES I-IAMRICK BILLIE CALLISIIII ELIZABETH ANNE CooPER MARY ALICE BATES DOROTHY BROWN NELL DISHMAN EPSILON CHAPTER Eslablishrd 1908 SORORES IN FACULTATE ' ALLEEN LEMoNs Class of 1930 GENEVA COMBS LoLA CoMEs ELIZABETH ERSCHELL ELIZABETH FARLEY KATHRYN GATLIFF Class of 1931 LOUISA HOLTON EDNA JoNEs CATHERINE LOWISKY HENRIETTA SHERWIVOOD Class of 1932 ELIZABETH EWING JANE GAREY DOROTHY GORHAM Clars of 1933 NANCY CoTTINcHAM DoRoTHY DAY JANE DYRE , SARAH FARLEY HA7EL JONES I tr' 1 l SALLY PENCE ELIZABETH GRIFFYV FREDDIE JET1' FRANCES KINNEY CAROLYN SMITH MARTHA THEOBALII PHYI LIS WENIIT SARAH JANEIWIIEELIIR KATPIERINE HAWN MARY WILLIS SAUNDERS LOUISE MASON DORIS SMITH RUTH WEHLE '-'it' Iii' 1 '. l I I I I I I 0 'I . t ' 4 .I Q N 4 I ' ss IO' -A I I -1? A ' Z E 1930 ISQELKIAN I, f 5 F . N? I 'J .f D. 0- 6 5 r' 4' I - k' xl M 1 X Q I , ni H"'x-H. . 555- 51 ' v ' " ' Q' 55- 13 ,W ' ' , Z. A fi' ' wc' Q s-'M . - 'k H1 'ff .' iff K K- F' -5 N T J QQFLEQM ,f I ' 'kk i . , 'sg I ! y ' 4 , :F . ., T' 6 f" ' L 'P 'C i S X W , ' , . .,.x.x mr' 1 V 'wif I, :I-ffl" X VJ n 1 Ersw-hull, I"0l'4l, Fnrlx-y Jouett, Bzwlu-Lt, Smllh, Umnlms, tiumlifl' Cumhs, Shm-l'wf1oLl, G:ltlIl'I', Alsnve-1' Griffy, Nvluvs-luv, Ewlmr, LUWl'l'3'. Culllsvn, Tl'lu-rlmld Dislmmn, llnltun. Hamlus, lmy, NW-lmlvs, Cuttimrlmxn, Ilmm-1-51-k Jones, 1-Iu.wn, Dyer, Fawluy, Smith, Suumla-rs, hlnslm 189 5L..i M--.M-M Y :T-ii, Xi- - I 94 xl' x : E A" YA 'z, U ,,-- Y 1930 KENWUIIAN A 1 N fl I Q Alpha X11 Dcllltal A Founded at Lombard College, Galesburg, Ill., 1893 A Forty-five Chapters Colors: Double Blue and Qold Flofwcr: Pink Rose I Publication: "Alpha Xi Delta" I XI CHAPTER Eslablishcd 1908 ' SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE ' Seniors MARY BROWN BRADLEY GLADYS FISHIIR LIEURA PII'I"I'IcREw KA'I'HI2RINIz L. DAVIS MARTHA F, f.llVEN Louisa LYLR WENIYI' - l MII.nRIsu GREENE ELISABETII l'IULli'l"l' I Juniors . VIRGINIA GILMAN ANNA MAY EMILY I-IAYIzs ANNA MAR'l'lN ' SADIE Hovmus NANCY MITCHELL A FRANCES MAUZY MARGARET' M0'l'Cll ELIzAna'I'II SIvII1'II , Sophomores MARY LYNN HUDSON SmNIaY REDMON ' ELIzAnIz'I'u Poouz SORIS SMITII EnI'I'II CARNAIIAN Freshmen MABEL BEST Kl'l"l'Y DRURY MARJORIIZ Boccnss FRANCES DUDGEON ' NATALII2 BRYSON LOUISE MITCHELL I ' x9c X Ts"- i 4 " A gi g-. ' - .- --1 ----- v v 2? tmp- I N I . .GA 2 - if - A - --' 1. 4 . ' v ' I I f JN 1930 KENIUQKIAN 6' , I I I I , I , I 1 "' 'N ' F' P-I xxx ig vuhll A I 'H tv Y- I . '. 3 pug r X, ' 6 6- ,. fo- , If ,I f V in Mny. llulett, Givun, l"islwx', Hays Mot:-h, l'l:u'i4rllH. Xvvndt, XVl1uu-lor Gro:-110, Hudson, Brzulloy, Pauls-, Smith Smith, Mama:-y, MH:-In-ll, lvrury, Mnrlln. Mita-ln-Il ' Jones, I3rn.yson, Dudgon, Bust, Bogus, ffilllllllhllll 191 af" 4- Au ' --- I C I 1 v 0 I. a 1 0 1 1 I 1 I I u I U f 9. 'l -n-1' if 1 ,iii l 1 O Colors: Ruby and Pink Flofwer: Richmond and Killarney Rose , '930KENIUCK'A"'CP 9 H- Beta Sigma Omicron Founded at Columpia, Mo., December, 1888 Twenty-five Chapters Publication: "The Urn" ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Establislmd 1926 SORORES IN UNWERSITATE Class of 1930 ELsxE BUREAU REBECCA LoNc ANNA MAE SWEENEY SusAN Coox SmRLEE ORTH BERNADINE MAsoN Class of 1931 JESSIE KENDALL ANN MICHAEL BONNIE MULLENS MAz1E Hu1'cHlNsoN Class of 1932 DOROTHY CARR WILLA BELLE HoovER MARIANNA MCGINNIS MARGUERITE CERF MARGARET B. Humm-:Revs LOUISE O1'rEREAcH CAT:-1ERfNE MICHAEL I Class of 1933 NORMA LAMBERT I If I. I 92 f I I. 4. li ll A fi is f' W I U U- " -' I Q if ' I 1 4' 5 I. I ' D ' A A -. 51 Q, n X. Q I K' ' x X v J if Q . N W ' ' u Q- n ww ' x ZmDu N S- ' s . . , 0 1 N I I I I I i X ' A , 5x o xc ' .A-1' I I W ls - C' f . s f X I O Swccnvy, Cunk, Bureau 1 Orth, Mason Mulluns, Mir-hucl ' Long, Kondnll, llnovur, Hulnphryvs Hutchinson, Otturlanulc, Miclmul, Conf, Lalnhcrt - o 193 I 'I -A- , , L'-il 'QSUKEDJCKIANK Ev- . fn-. ff ,-, ve , ,IQ A :H I a ' 'A - Q-1 I H ' N. A u - -4 F 2 W, .WJ Chi Umcgai Founded at the University of Arkansas, 1895 Seventy-eight Chapters Publimlian: "EIeusis" LAMBDA ALPHA CHAPT Established 1914 SOROR ES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1930 JOSEPHINE LAPSLEY MARY VIRGINIA MARRS MARY MOORE MlI,'l'ON ELIzAIIE'I'II Tl-IOMPSON Class of 1931 KATHERINE KENNEDY ANNA F. RICHARDSON ELEANDR SWEARENGEN Clam' of 1932 DoRo'I'HY KELLY MARY SIDNEY HonsoN MARY MOORE NASH CAROLINE RAY EDY'l'HE REYNOLDS Class of 1933 JANE GIVENS GAY LOUGHRIDGE MARJORIE Ml1'CHEI.I, JANE PAYNTER ARvA RAY CHARLo'I'rE SHAW I94 Flofwnr: White Carnation ER ' ELIzAIIE'rH TINSLEY MAUIJE VAN BUSKIRKE WINIERED YVORTEN ANN Ronus FELICIA ANN SANDERS SHELBY SPEARS BE'I'I'Y POWELL RoDEs MARTHA WALKER LUCY FERGUSON XNARE DRUSILLA STEELE CELEs'I'E THOMPSON MARY RUssELI, WINGA'I'E MOLLIE Yocum -7 i D I "' ,X 1 Fe .I .I .I O .I ' . Calors: Cnrdmztl and Straw I I 0 I I ELIZABETH BILLITER ELIZABETH BOND FLORENCE KAY ' LOIS ADAMS . 'FKLLIE FERGUSON N MARY G. HEAVBNRIDGIZ I ISABEL BONDURANT , MARY ELIZABETH FISHER BE'I'I'Y GREAvEs I MAE ELIZABETH BO'l'l'S MARY ELlZABE'I'H BYRON WINs1'oN IEYRON . ELEANOR DAWSON , . I O I 0 lv JAN A - A- .1?. v Sf v .X ff 0 .L . 5 f V se ls. ' v '50,-f , 1 .. J, V k ' ' Y., , ffm! , ' H . " all 'n 1 ' Q.. V' qy f 'I , Qt, W l lj: 5, V N! I , tp, s L xx ' ? 1 1 , sf! ,N ' rf Q- ,XY X ' .om "-L f ' Kg V XY , 4.1 Q- ."v A V " r , s X 0 I , N 1 , f 2 ' ' , 5 V , , I .L XX 1 AX 5 f- ' . -sf , . K ' ' . K 1 ' u Sn.-' . ' Y, X n ' 6 ' S' W s- : x I: "" " ' M ,. 336, 'B . D fs " Fiji if x X K 1 X' ' ,M V x xx u ' - x A ' .W 5,11 f . . ' diss? K 1 1 Murrs, Van lmskirk. XV:u'lnn. lfllnmru, l-'Q-rgusun Milton, Iliilliu-1', Sanuli-rs, Lap:-mlm-y, Bond, Tinsley Adams, Kmnmdy, Spa-u.1':4, Hxvm-:u'lllg'm-n, Ellis, Grooves Glvvns, ltvynolds, Huy, Hnmlurallll, K4-Ily, H.iC'hZl.l'llSlll1' Xvgljk Huy, Hryun, Nvimxuto, '1'homp:-mn, Mite-hs-ll, ,lluImrum, Nash Hrlnn, Yuuum, lflzuvrxun, Bolt:-1, Su-ulc, Shaw, Puynu-r 195 'F wh' 60 vx - Y waht- E:l ,.::Tg::T"1 , T . ' ' V X Q. my 7 l930 KENIUUQIAN v Delta Delta Dcilital Folors: Silver and Gold Founded at Boston University, T888 Seventy-one Chapters Publication: "The Trident" DELTA RHO CHAPTER Established in 1923 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1930 F Iofwer: Pansy ELSIE DERICKSON VIRGINIA REEvEs IQATI-IRYN McWILLIAIvIs BILLIE VV!-IITLOWE MARY ARMSTRONG MARTHA FALCONER SHIRLEY GRIEF MARIKATHRYN ALLEN ALICE BRUNER MARGARET DOUGLASS ELIZABETH HUGHES Class of IQ3I JULIA MARVIN Class of 1932 VIRGINIA GLASS AVERY HALL NANCY LAYsoN JEWELL MARTIN Class of 1933 ANNA MAE LEWIS DOROTHY LILLEs'I'oN CHRISTINE JOHNSON KA'I'fIRYN MCMAKIN Graduate Student MAEEL MARSHALL 196 MARGARET HOWARD MARY F. YOUNG JOSEPHINE WEILL ROBERTA PoI'rs EVELYN WALTRIP JULIA BELLE YARRIN NIILLIE NELSON i"lf'? -Z1 f' 'x -- 3 --- v 1,54 I - .QX , S- . f n - ,-q. .1....-1. 4 E Z I Qwm GTON 11.1 9. l 5 'l 5 mo KE IUCKIAN CF , l A+ K 9 I ., - ,995 " 3 AIIIISQIDIIH, Marslmll, Dux'1'iuk:-mon, Nvhitlnc Jluwmd Young, VVIUI, Mf:NVllIi:uns, Murtiu, Nfl'-on ' M M XV lt i lnvwm Bruuvr, Potts, c rmuon, n Ill Wlttleston Hughes, Douglas, Allen Lewis 197 21 -Y I I I F H' ' 5 3-4. . - . - , , Q 4 d J ,. .7 1"ounded at Mlami Universlty, Oxford Ohno I9oz Folors: Old Rose 'Ind Nnle Green I'lofwz'r. Kilhrney Rose Forty-nme Chmpters ALPHA 11-IETA CI-IAPTFR Fsiablished in 1922 SI:N1oRs , RUTH ALLEN MARGARET FRY VIRGINIA McCoY Loxs PERRY BROWN ELIZABETH GRAHAM DALE SMITH PAULINE CARPENTER ELIZABETH Hoon JESSE WIISON KI1'FY FINNELI, LULU GARR KENnALL MARGARE1' WYANT EIIYTHE LITERAL JUNIORS MARY BRUCE DAILY MILDRED LEWIS VIRGINIA ELLIS LOUISE ScIIMInT FLORENCE RYAN SOPHOMORES NINA Bunn SARA E. REYNOLDS ELOISE DICKINSON NANCY LEE RONIIEIIUSH FRESHMEN DoRo1-IIY COMPTON PAULINE FITZPATRICK LOUISE GEX VIRGINIA MILLS MARY JANE GOWER DOROTHY TANNER JANE WALTERS 198 ' rf' gd " X Z AS' gz ::. ' I -1 -. 1 -- ff XV I f, . ,X J , - - 4... 9. . 4 D Y - W - 11 111 ' B-' ' ' ' ' by W 'I I I I ' G E I Q 2 - , H- Y' Ea ,FH 9 ,NL 4-. . ' N YS N: 0 Q Q .. P AA - z . 1 C I 'I S1930 KENIUEKIAN gf K , E A x X I A. 9 5 5 , . 62 Kendall, 1"inn1-ll, llood, Lllcrnl, Xvyant Reynolds, Smith, Schmitt, NVIIsm1 Dickinson, Allvn, Fry, Brown, Mm-km-y llmulohush, lmlly, Grnlunn, f"Ll'l11'lll0l', llndd NVnlt4-r, Gvx, Mills. Gnu 1 Comptfm 199 s-ir'f-5 EEL iii ---...-- 'I V ,f 'Q 'iq' X 134 Qu' 1 Q I Q A - a xv' C 43930 KEvBlcKlANCr X A :- 1 Colors: Olive Green a Kappa Dclllta Founded at Virginia State Normal School, 1897 Sixty-six Chapters nd White Flofwor: White Rose Publication: "The Angelos" EPSILON OMEGA CHAPTER Established 1910 SORORES IN FACULTATE GERTRUIJE WADE SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Graduate School 1 A ii 1 ll 1113 I 6 l 0 ELOISE CONNER LYDIA ROBERTS Class of 1930 LoUIsA BICKEL FRANCES I-IoLLANn KATHLEEN FITCH FLORENCE MORRIS MARION SANDS Class of 1931 MARY VIRGINIA HAILEY PHOEEE Dmoclc ELEANOR Doun BUENA MATPIIS MARY LouIsE RENNAKER LUSTINE Coolc E'rrY CRAWFORD ANNE THOMAS DENTON DoRoTI-IY BUCKLEY ENID Busx-I HORTENSE CARTER JOSEPHINE CROWE Class of 1932 ELIZABETH EATON ANITA GARDNER MARY GRlFFl1'PI DoRoTIIY JONES RUTH MAYES Class of 1933 MARY PRINCE FOWLER MARGARET LESTURGEGN AMELIA LIGON MYR'l'LE McCoy 200 FLORENCE MCLAUGHLIN MARY ALICE SALYERS VIRGINIA YOUNG OPAL MCGUFFEY DOROTHY SEWELL ANNE SI-IRoPsHIRE VIRGINIA DARIJUP N.-:jf-s if zu? '. g. I 1. I. I I I I 'I -nA:-. ' 3 E J x 51930 KQHUQIANC' , Tx. 'T W Q N 1 o . K N , , , , , s 2' 54 ' . . , Y , A - ,S t " I I x I , L . If X ' Mm- ' X fi ' 'W ' ' ' 1 1- . . , J K 5 . , A I - . . 'S L, ,. ,fr ' ' - 1 X nm ,. V I Q- Ny -' v 1 I . ' .gp ww. X! .A , N 1 , x' ' ll, .1 1 ,,V.. A W I , , N. , N r x ! ' A A L . ' W V aj , LQ 5 ,, . M on 1 ' W ' ,mi ! , Q1 w ,L n 1 r . . x. - H -N , 5 ' . 1 N X Ax s K 4 ' il ' . l , , as A ' , I ve W ' 'T Q f 5 1 ' Y f 'Q I-71-5' , ' , i 9. I I ' O Roburts, Holland, Sami:-4, Morris, Bi:-lu'l. Dimuok I Fiu-h Halsey, 1fL!lI2l.k0l', Cook, Mulhls, Mvhnuprlmllxm, Cl'lLW1'Ol'd Mays, Grlrllth, Eaton, Gzwclm-r, Young, Duulon " ' Mr:GuI'l'0y, U2II'l0l', Wnrclup, Hush, lfrowv, Snlys-rs Le Sturt-Tumi. Fowlm-r, Buukh-y, Ligon, MuCuy. Sln-upslmlru, Smvell , , 201 W ' I 'I -4' --5 " f- Y ,A ,, -.1 v I-no KENIUCKIANK TC 4- ii I I N I lo 1-:--:f af -v I. 3V.,,., 'YH N q'?'?'ffEwmvwI ., 'I 'H I f-.wr "li" Q' - , . ' I "!.fg.1'. g .. - , .sf ' Kappa Kappa Gamma Founded at Monrhouth, III., October I3, I87o Colors: Light and Dark Blue BETSY BENNETT ETIIEL BUCKNER FRANCES BALLARD MALINDA BUSH KATHERINE GRAVES NANCY D. LEWIS FRANCES MCCANIILESS JANE MCCAW SERELDA BISHOP JOSEPIIINE BLACKMAN ELIZABETH BOARD MARY C, BOSWORTII Fifty-six Chapters Publifalion: "The Key" BETA CHI CHAPTER Eslablislled 1910 V SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1930 LUCY DAvIs FAIRIE JENKINSON KITTY MARTIN IMOGENE SMITH Class of 1931 FRANCES HERNDON MARY C. HALLOWAY VIRGINIA MCALISTER Class of 1932 ALICE MALLOY JEAN KENNEDY ANNETTE NEWLIN BETSY SIMPSON Class of 1933 HARRIET DRURY JANE HAMILTON SALLY JOHNSON JANE C. KENNEY MARY K. MONTGOMERY ALLIE B. MCALISTER 202 Flofwer: Fleur-de-LIS E. KATHERINE WILSON KATHERINE K. WILSON MARY H. MALLOY THEo TEEES POLLY WARREN KATHERINE SMITH REBECCA VAN METER C3EORGE'I"l'A WALKER LOUISE MCDONALD MINA PATE DORIS STRYRER MARY T. TANDY -Q it -'a I I '1 f Z I A ia I " I 'C ,4- ' , v 1930 KENWUQAN ' Q' y3??hQ A if A 5 : V gr QV H ff N g, ,, a 5. .. Q .i-:M ' - ' x , , 74 3 ,A S .L -fs lx ,vs ' 1 ' 1 'yy A 4 J W Qf . ,WS -A ff: :JN ,Wx I K ' if ,ia Q ,A 4 U Qi g. V Fr Q N H- uv C ' N . ' b 'Q f JU" ' 'inf' , ' i f , -17 ' L , ' 1 M ' l 'x if I 1 1 'RZ , 1, ' F sa' ,. W Y -4 i 2 ha l j ,Q . K I- J X AXA 6- B-fx w.: - ' '. 'Q . 5, sg 's . ' .v ff , ' N ' X I' . - "' , " 'dig , ,. 4 , L- L Y, . zrfigax m . Ruclmer, Board, McAllIstm'. Jnhnson Mc-Gull. Bluclmmn, Bhswortll, NVHSOII, Nvilson Smith, il'ohln4, Junklnson. Nvwlnnd ' XVnllw1', Ilumlltun, Bennett, Sf0f'k4'l'. lluwvlw, Mc-Czuullvas Muntgmnm-ry, Tmuly. Slnmson, Pntv. Hush. Kvnnvy, Smith MFIYOIIILIII, Kvunm-dy, Mc-Allireh-l', XVlll'l'0ll, V:mMot:-r, lilshop, Drury 203 gn -1 3 I , - T F2 -Q + -2.94 Qt: V 5 K' Y - i ' Y-' , . N EJ 4 - . . . - . 1 1 .l. Colors: Turquoise Blue Zeta Tau Alpha 1"ounded 'It Virgini'I St'Ite Normal 1898 'Ind Gray ANNA POPE BLAND BERNICE BYLANIJ JANE BLAND MAE BRYANT MILDREII LITTLE KA1'HRYN AUFENKAMP GEORGIA BIRD JACQUELINE BULL MARTHA CARLTON MARY CATI-IERINE LOUISE GEORGE CROWE Fifty-four Chapters Publication: ThemIs ALPHA CHI CHAPTER Establishrd 1924 SORORIIS IN UNIvI1RsITATI: Class of I930' KATHLEEN CARLTON ELIZABETH CRAMER Class of 1931 LUCILLE PRI:s1'oN ROSENA ROGERS HELEN SMITH Class of 1932 MARY DUIILEY FANT EIIITII GREIS RUBY ROGERS MAXINE RANDOLPH Class of 1933 PAULINE HALL VIRGINIA PIUBER RAMONA ILIFF OAKLEY JuIIsoN Grazlzmte Student GLADYS WIIISON 204 iv A ' Y I930 KIEBIQKIAN v fl 3 Q . .I I .I I .I - fl I 1, + A M I fn . 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In 'x QX ' -Q --- 5.5-3792 :-I -:Ti4:T I 4 1930 KHEQKIAN i v T re I Q l I N J PRNWIGNAL noNoRARY ' FRAWRNITIES M . E., ,. .n-'-"F . I-no KENIUQKIANDKP -Q- v avr' v Q 1 if C 1: Q, V I Johnson, Cross CHI'lM!I1f0l', CII.lIl, :F0l'0l'YlXl.ll Alpha Chi Sigma National Professional Chemistry Fraternity Founded Ht University of Wisconsin, 1902 'I'hirty-eight Chapters Colors: Blue and Yellow Flofwer: Red Carnation ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Established 1917 M. H. FILSON ..... . .. Prnident HAROLD WILI.IAMsoN . . . . Secretary MORRIS CARPENTER .. . . Vice-President JAMES ROWLAND . .... . Treasurer R, t r BRYAN REDMAN . . .......... . 1-pare FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. M. H. BEDFORD DR. J. S. MCHARGUE DR. A. M. PETER MR. J. R. MITCHELL DR. CHARLES BURKESBUS DR, F. E. 'IQUTTLE MR. WAYNE KELLER GRADUATE MEMBERS MR. ROBERT BAKER MR. M. H. FILSON MR. G. H. STAMATOFF Class of 1930 MORRIS CARPENTER TOM CRoss BRYAN REIJMAN JAMES ROWLAND Class of 1931 DON FORMAN G. B. JOHNSON E. M. LEscIi BURGESS MASON HENRY POLK JOIIN SERAGUE HAROLD WII.I.IAMsON Class of 1932 C. K. CAIN ' MARVIN DUNN Pledges W. G. HOLTON THOMAS HOUSE DAVID YOUNG CIIARLES MORRELL IRVIN OLSEN 208 i L j ll Z, Fx- A -C 3 - i v mo KENIUCKIANK ,wif -I-,.,. ,. '-X df, sf lf, ' sw Ri,-2 I U . T :,,' ,133 if w F1 ,V N. i -, . 'W . ' R -' ' .Y I Vnlndv, 'H il lun Couch, Kiln-1. Mm-Ion Rn 0 II Fi' I yon, ,unc . 1iutLOIIcuttOl'. WVIIHOII, Glmm Alpha Dclhta Sigma National Professional f111'U1'rfi.fing Franrnzty Colors: Red and White Founded at University Of Missouri Twenty-six Chapters Publimlion: "The Town Crier" I DESHA BRECKINRIIIGE CHAPTER Eslablishcd 1914 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR. J. B. MINOR, Facully Advisor PROFESSOR ENOCII GRIEI'IAN FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE OFITICERS W. I,. VALADE . . . . Ifresidmt JOE RUTTENCUTIIIR Secretary Trfasurer ASSOCIATE MEMISERS DR. G. C. BASSIZTI' PROF. R. D. MclN'rI'RE E J' ASPIFR DR. J. B. MINER PROF. ENOCII GREIIAN CFRALD GRIFFFN MEh4BERS WILLIAM CUNDIFF AI, KIKIEI. GEORGE PIILLEN C INE lxovsi 20 ' S 2 .in-2: 19, Fx- . VIROIL L. COUCII ALLIE MASON ROY OWSLEY PHILIP CIFNN 9 4' 'ng Alpha Zoltan fl I. 4 Z5 S I5 J--I Z Q1 5' Z l I l I l I I National Honorary Agricultural Fraternity Founded at Ohio State University, November 4, 1897 Thirty-six Chapters Colors: Mode and Sky Blue Flofwar: Pink Carnation W, S. ANDERSON T. R. BRYANT T. P. COOPER Publication: "Alpha Zeta Quarterly" SCOVELL CHAPTER Established 1912 FRATRES IN FACULTATE M. W. INSKO P. E. KARRAKER J. B. KELLEY E W. D. NIcHoLI.s W'AYLAND RHOADS GEORGE ROBERTS E. N. FERGUS . J. KINNEY H. G. SELLARIIS W. G. FINN R. A. NAGEO'I'I'E W. S. TAYLOR E. S. Goon C. A. MAIIAN W. D. VALLEAU L, J. HORLACIIER J. H. MARTIN J. W. YN!-II'l'EHOUSE C. I-IAMMONIIS B. B. MCINTEER R. A. WOODS OFFICERS J. L. COLLINS . ...... ...... ..... . I 'resident DUDLEY SIvII'I'II ..... ...... . . . Vice-President GEORGE C. WIII'I'E . . - - - Svrwlary W. G. SuRvAN'I' . . Trvafufvf MEMBERS J. GWEN DYE C. M. KINIIOLL CHARLES BORTNER W. B. COLLINS LEWIS MCCUBIN :xo in x 4.5 K 1.1 ii 11 . A . I - -- 4 1 - . 1 94 Ax' . l f , Y 'R I 'I -1' '- 'ju-no KENIUCKIANK xfe' xf - 4 I. ' 9. uk. V K vs ,W 5 ' In , 4 i 2 ,Q g . V ' X S x' I , S . A5 ' - P X XX V 1' X x I ..,. I A b A H . u 1 A ' I Whit:-. Smlth, I nl ll 1 McCulxbi11 In Collins, Sullmt B ltnl ,I I. 211 ' . Q.. N J f' v fi.- -531 31111 .T.:::3 Y QQ' 4 861'-4 4' 'v fe - dmk .s- , -M, 1930 KENIUCKIAN K E? howls, Robinson Van Busklrk, Cundlff, VVllsun Chi Delta Phi National Honorary Literary Frrtteraity for Worzzen Founded at University of Tennessee, X919 Twenty Chapters Colors: Blue and Gold Fl0'wt't'.' P2lnSy Publication: "Chi Delta Phi LiIterateur" XI CHAPTER Established 1924 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE 1.1 'iii MIss ANNE CALLIHAN ELIZABETH GAY SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE OFFICERS KATI-IERINE K. WILSON . . . . . . . . ........ . President MAUD VAN BUSKIRK . ...... . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS VIRGINIA Bovn KATHERINE DAVIS NANCY DUKE LI-:WIS ' DoRo'I'HY CARR MARY FOSTER LOLAV LEMME ROBINSON . D'ALLlS CHAPMAN MAUD VAN BUSKIRK ELEANOR SWEARINGER MARGARET CUNDIFF EVELYN GALI. KATHERINE WILSON MARJORIE GoULn ' O zxz l A ai' " 1' 1' Fw f ' 1 1 I-X-I - A , Q AN '-4' ' A y 1930 KENIUQKIANK -' X., ,N I. we g' U! 5' - c i 1 . n N , A I. ' 1 . I Orth, Duvall, Dodson, Johnson I' Long, Johnson, Mnrshnll, Crmnmx " . Eta Sngma Phu ' Nfrtimml lol onornry Grfrk llllll Latin Frfztfrlzify , Founded at the University of Chicago, 1924. Twenty Chapters, . Colors: Royal Purple and Old GOICI Flofwer: Pink Peony , I A E TAU CHAPTER ' Esfalzlisllrd May, 1927 ' ' FRATER IN FACULTATE ' T. T. JONES . Q FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE , A REBECCA LONG . ...... ............ .... . . Prpyideni MARGARET ALLEN . . p . . . . . , , ViCe-p,-widen, ELISE DICKERSON . . . . . . . Secretary MARTHA HALL . . ..... . . Trmsurer MEMIXERS A , MARGARET ALLEN ELIZABETH COLLINS VERA DonsoN MABLE MARSPIALL 4 ELLA BELL EEWARD DUVALL MARTHA HALL SHTRLEY ORTH MAUDE BERRY ELISE DICKERSON MRS, GRACE JOHNSON LOUISE RHORER ' ELIZABETH CRAMER REBECCA LONG EDITH RUPARD l o 213 A J. I' A f "gf ' F.,-:Q L in Z v4 . "'-517 " A v l930 KENIULKIARC' X.. SZ' ' ,. II. M .ld .I ' v-A-1,!.,. Igxl. T .mf Delta Sigma Pi Honorary Commerce Fraternity Founded at New York University, November 7, 1907 Twenty-four Chapters Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold PROFESSOR DR. FRANK L. MCVEY P W ORDWAY ,... . J. H. TOMPKINS . . REX ALLISON . ETA CHAPTER Established November 7, 1920 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DR, W. W. JENNINGS MR. COLVIN RoUsE GFFICERS W. D. VEST . . F. T. DALTON . V. L. Coucu . . PRESTON W. BERRY J. H. CALLAWAY VIRGIL L. Coucu FOREST T. DALTON ROBERT B. GOAD PRESTON W. ORDWAY F. L. HOWARD MARION W, Ross J. E. SLAUGIITER MEMBERS JOHN H. TIIOMPKINS W. L. VALADE WALTER D. VEST REx ALLISON JOHN BAUGI-IMAN R. J. EDWARDS JOHN EPPS ROBERT C. HoLT AUSTIN GRESIIAM EUGENE RovsE 214 RoEsoN D. MCINTYRE, Faculty Flofwer: Red Rose Adfuisor DEAN EDWARD WIEST . . . . . .High Master . . . . Senior Warden . . Junior Warden . Treasurer . . Scribe . Chancellor GLENN PRINCE BEN STAPLETON RALPH G. WOODALL T, C. GAINES CARLOS JAGOE I WILLIAM CUNDIFF OWEN MORGAN ANDREW SIIAVER GLENN WIEMAN ik ? 4' PN- 2?fXia:..z ,, JAN x l930 ISENIUQKIAN s nf ,A gl , 1 N X I.. Q 'W X I x x V 1 ul I. Y ' Il Lf Z V YA Q I V x, ,J ' ' Q f " V, h 151: M vw ff , , I , 1 fz- TS " ' N ' 52 XS A , Q - X. .' N I W I . l' .T xx 2 u ,Rx 1 ey, 5 .f X A ss-. X 1 -- , , , 0 A X .E , ,. 1, r - W ' Qumpqf ' ' A K. ' ' .. , 1 X i' ' tr A , s A ' I X ,. . f. I, Gif ' ' . 'N' A 1 V I ' .Y Q 'QA U, , I. 5 V U 1 K .Vx , , 1 , U , ' .. ar -1 , E35 , Qu 1 X : - 5 7 ,1 I .5 h 5 . 8 . 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I I .J Z AS-' W 1930 KEN'lUUQAN6F '- , ,W-S, A 5 5 I. , - 1 I N ' 57 ' 1 . 1 L A U L I Q I : D 1 ..3 L 1 Q I , f A ,I ' n I if Q XX IS- X A x Q 1 x - N :Ak Q V A ' nf 'A if Q S- I I X X X X w 'x I I I cr ' F' I Q' A . . ' K A n Y Y I A ,. ' W 1, f JN-QA -. ' X if I . , ww. K K L v Q Q as-" W ?HSf5:f . . in 'umwg 5 .Z J' 'E 1 Q x ,, 1 I 4 Covington, Augustus, Prrawltt ' ' Dny, Troit, Sn-uf! llilny, ,llIl,l'l'iS"1ll, Dm'mn,n, Morris ' I. 219 N , N A " iii gg: 'A E --,...- ' E T .555 V . , , 19' Fx. N , Yi Y- 4.:..a...1. Q v, Y, -f E' E v 1930 KENIUCKIAN v 1- ? R I ' 1' TAY' f ' W MA E 'Fifi' :sv f' V . R A tffgffx , , Q1 E' M , ' , ' 'N qi- ' by ? P ER N , ., 5 I fl. i K N W I H C .. .fl ' 0' ' ,Ji f , . . . 1' n . , E .N R I 5' " , I K' "5 ' X152 ' ,, fd? 4 N V 1 h 4 . V .1 VJ rl , ' ,xi lm, A M Kp- -' ' E. 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Twenty-four Chapters Colors: Navy Blue and White Publicalinn: 'The Circle" NU CIRCLE Eslablisllfd May 4, 1925 FRATRES IN FACULTATE PRES, FRANK L. MCVEY . PROF. L. C. ROBINSON DEAN C. R. MELCHER L. J. I-IORLACHER - W. D. FUNKHOUSER R. B, MCINTYRE VV. E. FREEMAN, Ifaclllly fldfuisor G. C. BAssE'r'1' W. F. GALLQWAY Josmfn PALMER Q FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE OFFICERS IAS. C. FINDLEY ...... .... ........ . I 'resident HAYS OwNEs . ..... ..... V icv-Prrsident B. Toy SANDEFUR . ...... . Secretary-Trrasurcr - MEMBERS STANLEY MILWARD PAUL MCBRAYER CLAY BROCK JAMES E. GATES AR1'I-IUR MUNYAN FRANK DAVIDSON JIMMIE MAY ELMER GXLB CLAIRE I-I. DEES JOHN DUNDON JACK MCGIRK GUY STONE CARROL BYRON GEORGE WHITE WALLER JONES JESS LAUGHLIN O. K. BARNES WILI IAM GESS JAMES CHAPMAN JOHN BENSON s 221 'E X A A .n .u A , .I A fu I 'D Y' N- - M-N in - ' . V -A i --Az " X : 1 XJ .J 5 oe Q X r-n z -1 1: P, E P z VN I I . it 111 '. o 1 o , X 'I JAN X e- 'I Ai- 35,1 ., mo KENIULKIAN K X- .I I 0 0 'Q 'I Phu Delta Phu I , Legal Fraternity - , 1 Founded at University of Michigan, November zz, I869 , I Fifty-three Chapters Colorx: Wine and Pearl Blue Flo-war: Jacqueminot Rose Publication: "The Brief" V U ' BRECKINRIDGE INN ' Established 1925 I FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE I OFFICERS JOHN CROSBY . .... ...... ..... . I 'resident - WILLIS C. WRIGIIT' . . . . . Secretary ' A. JOE ASIIER . ....., . . Trnamrcr l I A MEMBERS ' . ELDRED ADAMS ROBERT 0'DEAR FERDINANIJ CARUSO Roy OwsLEY ' EDWARD DUVAL CHARLES REIDINGER ' Q KING FIKE GARNE'FIf J. RICE , ANDREW V. Fox LOHRIS H. STEVENS ' 'WILBUR G. FRYE BEVERLY WHITE . 0 I I , 1 zzz A A lt' A 'I xref? --. f- -- A ' X' 232 Fx' ff I E W 4. lx' AN' , Q v ix' no KENIUQKIAN v , sm ww, S n M ...QNN mx X xfhmff W g I , W 4.657 " x , ' x Y ' 4 xf ' Kg. Rf, gig, 5' ,. o Xvhlto, llloo, Ruidlngcr, Cunusu THIVEII, Adams ' O'lJoxL1', Flkc, Frye, Anhui' xVI'h,Q'1lt, ,CI'OHby, Fox, Owsley I n 223 Y' m 5 J 5 A ai Irwm - C - KY! 4 "' W -I H V Ioan KENIUCKIANK x - -1.- IRIII MII Alpha National Honorary Musicezl Fraternity Founded at New England Conservatory of Music, 1898 Colors: Red, Black and Gold Four-four Chapters Publication: "The Sinfonian ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER Established 1922 FRATRES IN FACULTATE N C. A. LAMPERT J. H. MARTIN D. E. SOUTH E. G SULZER FRATRES IN URBE C. G DICKERSON R. E. JARMAN V. G. RowIIoTIIAIvI FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE A ' OFFICERS EUGENE Rovsrc ..,.. . .... . . . .. President IRMEN FORT .... . . . Vice-President ELDON DURANII . . . . Seerelary RAY MAYs . . . Treasurer NORMAN HAINSEY . .... Ilixlorian LAWRENCE ALEXANDER IRMEN FORT DAVID YOUNG JOE CONLEY ELIION DURAND GAYLE HAMON NORMAN HAINSIIY MEMBERS Clem of 1930 WILIIUR WORTMAN ROIIERT GOAD MORRIS SMITII Class of 1931 CLAUDE WALKER EUGENE ROYSE EARL MICPIEL Class 'of 1932 RAY MAYS EARL SENEF WILLIAM ARIIERY FOSTER COLEMAN EDWARD BARLOW 224 ij SCOTT DAVENPORT JOE MCGURK KERN PATTERSON : 2 4-A- " y I-T 'W' A ' I I C' 'X QA .H I l 9 , ,,,1v-P W i iii l f v 1930 KENIUCKIAN 'f 2 rf f 1 ,R 'W ,h'N HQ I ,J .- Tw 1 , Q ,:' Jl'hy 1' .' x M L . 6 L a x . W ' l tj . A 3 f 1 n 'V' M T 53 f 'S f ma? Y , Alcxnnd 1 llnhw y Duxuml Mlv Roy 1 lntw 1 Dll Smith VV0l'f.ll'llLll llnnun n C :H Senff 22' u 5 w X rj JN- f - --- K V --'H-M - ii' A I-no KENIULIIIAN 5 A Phu Upsillon Umicron Honorary Professional Home Economics Sorority Founded University of Minnesota, February, 1909 u ' Colors: 'Yellow and White Flofwrr: Violet IOTA C1-IAPTER,lUNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY BESSIE BUsII JOANNE GOREY ANNE CULTON MRS. S'I'A1'IE ERIKSON Established 1923 Class of 1930 GLADYS FISHER SUE CLARK HEAD DOROTHY TPIRELKELIJ MARTHA RIGGINS FRANCES HOLLAND Class of 1931 LOU BENNETT MARIETTA SPARKS VIVIAN TEEEs SMI'I'II NANCY B. ScIIRUcIIAIvI GRADUATE STUDENS WILIIIAM MARRS RI'l'CHlli STEVENS HELEN PORTER RoBER'I's FACULTY MARIE BARKLEY LILLY KOHL 226 L I F si 2:5 --.. N' Q- J, JK I f rv 45.1.-.. , b ,. " It v mo KENIULKIAN5' Ne' x ' 1 1 I. Q- ' 1 I. I ' 1 4 t F ,f ' VQI2r'm , k ,' 'aff ' I I I Sparks, Thrclkhold, Cnultun, Holland I-luuil, Smith, Hush, Gorey, Si-ruggum I w l U il I Phu Upsnllon Omneron U Phi Upsilon Umicron, national honorary professional home economics ' fraternity, was founded at the University of lVIinnesota, February 10, . 1909. A chapter was installed at the University of Kentucky, Feb- : 1 u ' n 0 I ' ruary 23, 1922. Membership in Phi Upsilon Omicron is based on scholarship, leadership, and professional attitude. It endeavors to estab- ' lish friendship among its members and the other professions and to par- , ticularly develop and promote home economics. In the fall of each I year the fraternity offers a reward to the Sophomore in home economics - who has made the highest scholastic record during her Freshman year. Miss Udenia Homby was the recipient of the reward in 1929. I I I C zz7 .3 gl 4'-A-w A -- ' -I mo IIENIULIIIANK K.. '. . 'I I Umcgax Beta P11 l Profemiorzzzl Pre-fllezlical Fraternity 'l 'Q A Founded at University of Illinois, 1919 I, Eight Chapters I ' ETA CHAPTER i Esfablished May 28, 1925 FRATRES IN FACULTATE DEAN W. D. FuNIcIIousIaR DR. J. W. PRYOR MR. CHARLES BARKENBUS FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE i OFFICERS - - ANDREW MlDDLE'l'ON . ...... ..... . President ,- . i PAUL DAvIssoN . . . . . . Vice-President I , GRII-'F MoRscI-I . . . . . . . Secretary JOHN PRIIWITT . . . Treasurer . MEMBERS . . MALcoI,M BARNES KIINIIAL HOLMES , N Moss DAUGHERTY SMITH HOWARD , v HOWARD DAY JULIAN KESPIIEMER I u WILLIAM HENDRICK GEORGE PRIIWITI' ' HARMON BACH ROBERT WISE ' U I Pledges 1 I FELIX HALL JACK HAYS , WIIIIIR WORTMAN GRAHAM BENSON . i WILLIAM VAUGHN 5 0 I I 1 0 2:8 I . ' I I' -I E-a"f-Z x 'J A ' SFA:--' ff N N ii I 1 C Q O 1 g - 1 D 4 Q 0 Q . 4 , ,A - iiiilll ji 'I 3- I V Zfiigligsvl 1 , i bg S M! 151930 KQEQKIAN f - GM X N. 11 G' 'bf' rf S X -4 f . 5 -3.15 Elw- .- ' : . lan, Mid. , ' 'herty, B ' 229 4' :J 1 J . , , , , , l , , , , , , - jgjljj jig Y, X . k 7, ,ig yy ffm , R- QL 'MLM Y vf - J-,4 -' -' , , f v .ian Q A 1 3 .1 iii? 'I fm N R iBl930 KENIUCKIANK K 4-.. .. xv, 5 Scalilmilmardl and Biladlc Honorary Milit11r'y Frzlternity I I Founded at University of Wisconsin, 1904 Forty-four Chapters ' Colors: Red, White and Blue P1lb1iL'dfi07l.' "The Scabbard and Blade" COMPANY HD,,, FOURTH REGIMENT Eslablislmd 1923 , HONORARY MEMBERS , . PREsIIIEN'I' FRANK L. MCVEY MAJOR OWEN R. 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H, DowNINc L. iS. O'BANNoN E. A. BUREAU W. E. FREEMAN E. L. Rees C. S. CRoUslz J. R. JoIINsoN D. V. TRRRRLL , W. A. NEWMAN L. E. NOLLAU I A FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE , OFFICERS R. I. FORT ..... ....... ..... . P resident v J. C. BENSON ..... . . . Vice-President M. W. DAVIS .... - - - - Sfffffafy ' J. W. PENNEL . . . Treasurer W. B. PHYTHIAN . ..... . Catalogue:- E C. F. DAVIS C. E. COLVIN 5 W. O. RICHMOND BEN HARRISON E. L, CAWRY W. W. FoRn L. A. WALTON W. F. Swans A R. K. THURNBERRY S. M. WORTHINGTON .I 231 4 i lv A 0. .. it ' -- ASE ' ef if RQ.. A e- - ,y 151930 K cKIAN v , , .vy W N I xx' - , .X .19 ' v ' 5 ' ,mi ' f 1 ' + , --" X gf ,7,, , 'Z Q Y' I u .. as 5 K Y 'Q V. Qs K jf. M ig. ii, Fort, May, Benson Davis. Bailey Qpcms 'Rir'hmond, Plthlan Cx wl 5 Calvin NN m thlnglon, I-I m 1 Ivan 233 a-.fjf-5 I ord .. y :fa - H- --- , 1-4 -'-' 4, f Y f 2 .1 ' v 1930 KENIUCIQANKW A , if ' X x A ,. 1 X gi , fl? " I f Q v ' V ll A' xl Q ' v ' ' Q E l v , V, I f 1 l v D. - s V . X , .- A 1 ' . - 'l ,i Y 'q , V A If ,. . X I N 1 , A 'x ' . L 5' ' - , X l Af" , ,ki ' , . A cl" A 'lx 5 2 1? ii: 1' '1 ' Q , f 'XQL W " . . A f X, wg, V In E. f . xt A i, ' , ',:iiA1,M , R 7 Y J 5 l ,fy ' v V f ' - Tnmnlln, Laughlin, Allen -' l"l'y1-, Durnmn, Glunn, Slll'0llf'll'lll'0, StI'l'1lNLll!Lll 1 ' , l Llnfls-my, Criulrly, Wulkur, Sargent, Owens ' 1 0 I ' Sigma Dcllrtam Chu Inlzfrnzztiorml IJ!'0flfA'Si077Ill .lourrmlislic Fraternity ' ' Founded at DePauw University, April 17, 1909 ' Forty-three Chapters I r , ' Colorx: Black and VVhite Publzralmn: "The Quill" , KENTUCKY CHAPTER , . Eslablivlzrd February 27, 1927 FRATRES IN FACULTATE ' , Vxc'roR R. PQRTMANN, Farulzy Adfuixar 1 ELMIER G. SULZER LEONARD Nlan, PLUMMER .A FRATRES IN UNIVERSI1'ATE '- l JESS LAUc:HI.xN . ..... pl . Prcsidrnt Wn,nUR FRYE . . . . . Sfcretary LAWRENCE SIIROPSHIRE . . . Vzcf-President EDWARDS rI'EMPI.lN . . . Treasurer ' BUELL GASKIN ...... Quzll Corrfspnrzdmt MEMBERS JAMES R. DORMAN, JR. I-IAYs OWENS ALnER'r STOFFEI, LEONARD STRANAHAN ' HARRY S'rn.1.MAN Bor.sER SAM K, ALLEN EDWARD CRADY PERCY LANDRUM l O'REAR BARNES WARREN F. LINDSIEY CLARENCE BARNES RICHARD BREWER ' JOHN W. DUNDON HENRY CLAY 'BROCK L. W. MCMURRAY MARTIN GLENN . . S .. " M " ' v EMANUFI ARCFNI ASSOCIATE MEIVIBERS X ORION WAIRIR , PAUL PRENTICIE Bovn, Dean f1rts.and Science Collrgn " JOHN VV. S'1'0I.I., Edilor "Lrxmglon Lnadrr" . c 234 X Q.. 4 0,5 ll' - A- -1 Y I. A If Yr 'R 1- ii 19so'KE TUUHANCP 7: R. K, R 1 T . - flags i Q I n if Van Buskirk, Fitf-lx T Elvovo, Biczlu-I, MuNVillinms , Thema Sigma Phi National 1,I'0fl?S.i'i07l!ll .lourrmlistic Fraternify for Wo111e1z Founded at the University of Washington, April 18, 1919 Colorx: Violet and Green -4 KA'I'lILEEN F1Tc1-1 . . . LILLIAN Colvms . . SARA Ervovla LOUISA Bremer. BERNICI2 BYLAND MARGARET CUNDIFF FRANCES I-IoI.1,mAY SORORE IN FACULTATIE MARGII5 McLAuGm.1N SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Officers MEM mms KA1'IIERYN MCWILLIAMS KATHERINE PI-IELPS Lois PURCELL VIRGINIA Sci-IAEFFER ELEANOR SWEARINGEN 235 4 nl' Publir'aIion.' "Matrix" . . . . . .. Prvsident . . . . Treasurer Corrcslmndvnt HnNRn2T'1'A STONE MARGARET TREACY MAUIJ VAN BUSKIRK Bn.Lm W1-11TLowR ,fx , x- ee- M- X - 5' v Kwfkw' Y Y I '- , l ' 1 1 it ' . . s 1 1 ' I l , 1 , 4 x 1 ' 5, . 0 ,. . V ' vw j ' ,Y " , f ' . i ' 'l'1'cncy, lluttcnrfuttfw, Littlu, Brudlm-y, Smith, Mathis " W Mny, Offut, .l-l.m'din, .I-Inlay, Guoch, Puulc 1 , ' s Mf:If'm'lmuI, Bull, Cundiflf, Robinson, .'InlmHm1, Lewis ' 1 , ' Phu Bernal I 1 l'1'ofz'.s'sim11ll .7ll11si1fa'Z and Drzllnnlic Art Fraternity . I Founded at Northwestern University, May 5, 1912 . ' Twelve Chapters Q Colorx: Lavender and Gold Flower: Red Rose ' KAPPA CHAPTER , ' lfslablishmlxin 1925 N ' SoRoR1ss 1N UNIVERSITATE ' , OFP'ICERS ,Q I,0I.o Lrczvwnc ROBINSON, . . . . President ROSANNA RU'1"1'laNcU'1"1'rcR . . . Secrnlary . MARGARET 'IQRIEACY . . . . Vire-Iwfsident JANE Goocu . . . . . . , Treasurfr - Rum MCITARLAND . ......... . Ilistorian l IVIEMHERS MARGARET ALLEN I5M1LY I'IARmN ANNA MAY ' , GLADYS Bum. BIERYL I'IARlJY NIARGARIET O'CONNELL 4 MARY BROWN BRADLEY MARY G. I'IrLAvRNRmcE MOLLHE MACK OFFUTT ' EvlfLYN CUNDIFF MILDRED LITTLE EL1zAnn'1'H Poouz ' KA'l'lIliRINE DAVIS MARY L, McDOWELL IHIELEN CHAMP SMITH ' I MARY VIRGINIA HA1LEY BUENA MATHIS MAXINE LEWIS . O. 236 1 5 5 ', sl, i l ZZ na? F LM - 1- ?E A' 4 Ll V, Y .9f ' ' X 5 W Y......, i Ax? if 15930 KENIULKIANK T if D f x L 9 , :I Q - I: 1 , I -. 2 I 4 . . 1 In ff A A -I .I ': Dv ll INITH-. ' Il I .l I. 1 3 S-5 I v 1930 KIBHIQKIAN v x eff- O 1? .1 iw es Ekgii Campus Club Founded at University of Kentucky, 1928 Colors: Red and White Flofwer: Red Rose OFFICERS WALTER DANIEL SPARKS . . . ..... ...... . President ALLAN P. CIIARIIONNEAU . . . ....... Vice-President JAMES RICIIARO HAYNEs . . . Secretary and Treasurer MEMBERS Class of 1930 ELDRED E. ADAMS EIJWARO L. VIETH, JR. Class ARCIIIE H. DUNCAN JOHN A. DUNCAN EDWARD D. DUVAL Class WILLIAM A. BRUCE WILLIAM G. HOLTON CLAIBORNE T. HENSON LEWIS MCCUIIIIIN of 1931 ARTHUR W. EYER CHARLES O, FURY JOHN IRVINE PRATHER of 1932 GEORGE PERRY SNYDER CASS R. WALDEN 238 3' .fi I :sa 1 Fx. 92:3 17 ig' qi " l.. 1 -, 2 -----'- 3 . Q-Z' J aj , 1' , .-.1-Qi S. - . 1 -,S ..,. 'A f, I I i w? 1 K- '5 192.0 KENIUQKIAN f - 55 X 1 I .N 4. .l 1 N Q- ff' 1. - I5 I. A .A,, N N pf . l. w 4 '11 '37 9'+ -' n S vs' Q V F5 ' 4 'V s' 7' 5' . g A ,R ' N 0 R I I nv 'Gif . Q li , AX A I 239 A A - Wm- 'I HQ v :Z ' -"" W!!-" R'-5 1930 KENIUCKIANK 1 A K- ' xv? ' Q V , U O I I O J Amcrncan Socncrty OIF CCIIVIIII Engnnccrs A UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY .J C1-IAPTER I wx " OFFICERS A l J. T. SAIIEL . . ...... ..... . Prmidvnl . x C.B. JONEs ...... . . Vice-President l ' WARNER FORD . . . . . . . . Treamrfr 'I S. H. PERRINE . . . . . Secrelary ' . , D. V. TERREL . .... . . Family Sponsor I u ' Q SENIOR MEMBERS J. C. ALEXANDER G. H. CRAFT J. C. Occ W. W. BRADLEY P. C. GEARIIART J. W PENNEL W. BRUMMETTE M. J. I-IUIIIIARII V. B. PIIYTHIAN Louxs CAMPIIELL, JR. C. B. JoNEs J. T. SABEL ' S. T, COLLIER M. A. KINSEURG F. D. WELLS ' W. S. LANGSFORD , ' J JUNIOR MIEMIIERS X R. C. ALDRICH L. LIVELY L. E. ALLEN ROBERT H. LYDDAN I C. P. BROWN G. B. MCCORMICK W. B, DEBOE WILLIAM MARTIN . BEN FARBER C. M. MCGRAW , WARNER FORD W. L. MOORE G ' W. F. FAULCONER J. W. NEWMAN ' ' J. E. GOODMAN C. B. OWIINS L ' S. N. GOLLER L. S. PAYTON R. H. CPUNTER F. R. PHILLIPS H. S, GLos'I'ER S. H. PERRINE I J. F. HARRIS H. D. REGAN ' R. E. HISLE WILLIAM SAUER ' J. R. HONEY, JR. N. SCIIWARTZMAN 'A A. D. LANGSFORD MARTIN STANDARD J. K. LATIIAM W. F, WATKINS ' C. A. WIIITARER FACULTY MEMBERS ' D. V. TERRELL W. A. NEWMAN W. J. CARREI. ' , I , I O. ' z4o 'I' A QA. E EF? --- -- f at F-'-2 -'--M vf l ' 1 u 1-4 - If - Q I I i gff- , , v mo KE IUCKIANK Q Qt 8 if 87 hm. 'N -er ,J A A 'Tw 4 A xi AX ,XL kwin I V", L 1 L ., fx' 1 vi 1 . 1, 3 45, gn-I , uw burn, A sw-fu-H' Q QQ, 423 Gnllow, ,Klusbm'g,, qablc Fm-d Collier, Monro, All'X.Llld0l, Gonrlmrt Jmu-s, IAlllR'Hl'0l'l'l, Payton, Q umpboll Ogg, Brumitt, Rrmllcy, Clnft Ilulxlnnd 'llxwrlw Plthlam, Plmlul, 1011111 241 fi 1" M sd? c g Lykyi E s X N ,x f Q. 4 A , te ,N 1 I u 11 I BX' A xv A4-i 1 gg vi Kill, v, ' i AW K H K v if v J' .N . . , I 'Q Amcrncan Socncrty of Mcchanncal O Engnnccrs ' UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY - CHAPTER Q OFFICERS J C, BENSON .... .... . . ....., Chauman M. W. DAVIS . . Snrrctary-Treasurer C. C. JETT . . . Honorary Chairman ' MEMBERS C. F. BAILEY J. H, GILLIIAM J. F. PE'I'I'us J. C. BENSON H. F. HEMPIIILL R. N, PI.A'I'I's H, C. BLOCK A. S. I-IENDRICKS C. K. RICE W. H. BRANAMON V. M. HOWARD BEN SHRABERG H. F. BROWN R. P. HOWARD W. D. SPARKS E. L. CAWEY MARCEI. KUKIIINSKI W. F. STEERS A. D. CIIAREONNEAU C. N. LANCASTER M. M. TFIOMPSON C. E. COLVIN J. T. LEELER B. F, VAN METER ' J, J. CONSTANTINE R. R. LEWIS E. L. VIETH A M. W. DAVIS W. M. MURPHY T. A. WALTERS H. M. FITCH C. K. NAvE L. A. WALTON - R. I. FORT M. W, NoE R. N. WHITE MARGARET E. FRY CARI. OWSLEY G. D. WILLEY ' J. T. GESS W. R. PA'I'I'ERsoN J. W. ZIMMERMAN . E. W. PERTZ J. G. PERRY I O 242 I" "I ks-fr" . A I I - --E v '-5" v 1930 KENIUUQIAN K -S, I. I I - - ' o W 1' , I Ameriean llnsrtimtmuute of Eleccrtnriealll ' Engineers 1 I OFIFICERS W. IF- Sv,-wks . , ...... ....... I fhairmnn , R. I. FORT . . . . . Svcrwlary-Trnasurrr r MEhfl1lERS Same as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. I I .I ' I. 24-3 . N A W , t v 9 In Q - "'5"i J - v 1930 RENIUUIIANCT I Q l J. B. DICKER , . . Dieker Engineering Society OFFICERS E. D. TRACY ........ ...... .......... . I 'ruidefzl J. W. ALEXANDER ..... .... ...... . V ice-l'ra.sidL-nz CAROL LEONE YODER . . ..... Secretary and Treasurer MEMBERS . G. G. ADRINS J. W. CLARK W. F. DAVIS F. E. GILBERT J. D. ALEXANDER O. B. COFFMAN J. T. DEN'I'oN C. GORHAM S J. W. ALEXANDER O, R. COLLEY JoIIN DICKER C. J. Go'r'rLIEB x A. S. AMMERMAN 0. C. CoMEs E. C. DowELL E. W, GRAHAM . A. L. ANDERSON, JR. W. M. CONN D. J. DOYLE R. L. GRAY R. L. ANDERSON M. COOPER T. T. DRUMMY R. H. GRAY R. H. ARDEN W. W. CAIN H. O. DURHAM G. G. GRIMM W. B. ARIIERY C. D, CALLDWAY, JR. F. J. Ec'1'oN O. R. GROENRE , J. L. A'I'cI1IsoN N. CHEPELEIfIf P. L. ELLIS J. W. GUYN, JR. H. W. BARER L. D. CIIIPI1s J. N. ELMDRE R. F. HAIIN J. R. BALLARD G. W. CLARK G. C. EVERE'l"l' C. F. HAMILTON ' T. E. BALLARD C. BUCKINGIIAM W. E. FAIN H. E. HAND C. M. BALMU1' F. S. BURNS W. H. FARMER C. E. HARRIS E. C, BARBER J. S. BRYANT C. C. FARRIS W. T. HARRIS P. E. BARNE'l"l' W. G. BROWN H. FISHBACK A. HAULMAN . M. H. BAUGII W. A. CORE T. F. FI'I'zGERAI.D G. D. HAWRINS Q W. A. BEAN, JR. C. H. CDRNET1' W. E. FLORENCE E. M. HAYS - T. M. BEARD W. A, GRADY E. B. FOLEY H. B. HELM B, F. BEDFORD, JR. E. L. CULL J. R. FOSTER T. M. HELM u W. W. BENTLEY W. F. DANNECRER J. S. FRANKEL O. O. HEMLEPP G. M. BICKEL ' M. C. DARNELL, JR. J. A. FRYE R. M. HENDRICKS G. E. BIRK E. R. DAUGIIERW C. GAINES W. B. HIGHFIELD B. C. BOOHER R, F. DAUGIIERTY W. C, GAINES V. L. HILL . D. B. BROOKS R. L. DAUGIIERTY H. GAUN'F H. C. HOLDER I, N. BROWN L. B. DAVIS G. T. GESS J. G. HOLLAND O , 244 A A A D... s ai l ---.- xy .23 'nik' - If 4' we A - 4 N ,A 1 3 4 A , '-ff L 'H I930 KENIUQQIAN K' 1?- N . . ,Y 'IU .N . 1 I , Jil . All ' 1 ,Adm .J .I I W. M. HOLTzcI.Aw F, T. MANN J. POWERS J, M, S1-Evpgsoy ' C. V. IIOORER I.. P. MARKING R. W. POYNTIQR G. T. S'I'EwART H. B. HORTON W. M. MARRS J. Ii. RANSOM J, P. STIEWART , H. T. HOWARII J. L. MEEHAN C. P. RAPIIER C. STRUELE J I-I. T. HUNT M. MIIYER L. 1.. RA'l'LIlf'F R. H. SWOI-E - J. B. HUN'I'ER H. W. MICIIAS R. H. RA'I'I.III'If H. F. TALEERT I. D. JVIERSON, JR. G. R, MILLER R. E. RA'l'I.lFF J. A, '1'AI'L0R J. M. JACKSON E. D. MI'I'cIIEI.I. C. I.. RENAKIER J. H. TERRY M. JACKSON 10. S. MONOIIAN T. IC. REYNOLIIS P. W, T1-IURMAN L. E. JHNNINGS II. MOORE A, G. DICRIANCIIO E. D. TRACY L. C. JOHNSON R. O. MORELANII J. F. RmGvvAI,' G. TURNER I J, M. IQANIE C. MOSLEY A. IC. RIGGS H. C. rFWITCIIELL 13, KAI7I,AN D. R. MULLIGAN E. L. ROEER D. R. VOELCKER ' S, C. KENNEIII' M. H. MUNCY I-I. M. ROGERS J. W. VONDERHMDE ' u S. D. KEsI.ER F. MUssELIvIAN J. V. ROGERS J. L. VVAGONER n K. KEYS T. T. NEOELROEII' R. C. ROGERS C. O. VVALLACE C. H. KNICIIT' J. B. NEILL B. Ross C. D. WALTER E. J. KOENINGSTEIN R. L. NEVVCONIB J. IC. SAMPSON ELIZABETH XRHXIIIIEX R. C. KUGEL P. NEWTON R. F. SANIIEORII H. R. WARREN , H. R, I.AIR R. NUNNELLIEY R. SAUNIIERS R. N. VVEISENBHRG H. L. LIEACIIMAN Ii. I-I. NUIT J. E. SCHOLI. J. T. WELCH Q F. E. LEBARON C. O'NIiILL M. I., SCIIWEINIIART C. EARL WESTERMAN G, R, LEE G. O'ROARK J. N. SCUIIIIER C. EIIWARII w7ES'l'l2RMAL R, M, LEE J. J. OSRORNE J. II. SHAW L. WI-IALEN G. M, LINVILLIE R. OSENTON J. I-I. SJ-HEI.'l'ON L. VVIIEAT F, M, LQCKRIDGE T. M. OWSLEY M. C. SIIERMAN WALTER WIIITSON M, A. I40NGMllQlf W, B. PARRISH PIENRY SIIIELIIS J. WIIDIES R. I. LOWREY C. W. PARSONS J. H, SKIIIMORIZ H. M. WILLIAMSON D. R. MGCONATIII' E. E- FENCE F- M- SMITH J. W. WILSON E. C. MGDOWELI., JR. I-I. PETER H- I.. SMITH, JR. WM. C. WINELANE I W, 0, MCDOWELI, J. B. PENN , J. C. SMITII C. N. WOOTON J. W. NICELIAIONIE D. F. PEYTON R. A. SPARKS F. R. WQRLIW J. I-I. MC'GAVOCK J. F. PI'IEI.Ps N. M. S'I'ANI.Ev, JAR. CAROL LEONE YOIIER S. B. MCKINNIIY W. B. PHELPS W. C. STAITE H. R. YOUNG J. MCMAPION W. E. PHERICO S. M. STERNBERC W. H. WYOUNG R. POTTER T. E. STEVENS O 245 4 I' ' gjf-z Jj 5' "' A my 'GE S:: -- .. . A - vf '94 I' .f f, - J, . Z - Ai. 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Pn-.sidem CLARENCE KlNDEI.l. . . . . Vice-President WILIIIAM SURVANT . . . . . Sfcffldfy AARON LEE , . Trcaszzrcr MEBIIZERS SEYMOUIIE TRAVIS J. A- WHEELER CLAIBORNE HENSON WlI,l.IAM B. COLLINS JOE THOMPSON RUSSELL PLUE GAIWEY I'lAYDON LEWIS MCCUIIEIN j. GIVEN DYE 24.6 I Rc I J I I U . I I I I I . I I 1 I O l I I I I ' I I I 9. I I . I I I U I 'K , 51930 KENIULKIAN f f N w I I. I.- le 'I 5 l 1 Q l 5 Y o Q 1 1 u gl . . . Q I Nconrwocoqdl Mining aumcdl MIc1t.a1IlIlmuurgicc.a1ll Scoxciclty , Sfuzlwll Ifflllllfll of 11lIll'l'il'Il7l jllffifllll' of flfininy 1 111111 jI'1l'fllUIlI'yiL'lll 1iIlgi7Il'l'I'.K' g C ' OFFICERS , CRESAP Moss ...... ..... . ...... . Prrsidmzl 0 B. T. I'IAlfFI.ING . . . ..... Vice-1'rexidmzt ' Vlkcn. PROCTOR . .... .... . Yarrwlary-Trnasurrr ' , j. D. LANcAs'1'lak C. H. Dmcs IE. C. BRANIJHNBURG J. A. PURNMJ. ' T. VV, Busxm R. K. 'l'u0RNmfRRv ! S, M, Fwrs P, C. IEMRATH L. MAscuMlavlak M- VV- Blililkli . C, S. CROUSIE 4 ' I ' U . U 247 N . 1 IO' A 'I W... gl A ----- fx S51 0 f . . In 4 i 3 I - "-"f 1930 KENIUQRIAN I X.. The Strollers l' .N Sllulcnt Dramatic Society - , ' 1 OFFICERS , FRANK DAVIDSON . . ..... ...... . Presidcni JAMES DORMAN . .... . .Business Managfr THOMAS RILEY . . . . . . . Dirertor MAURICE Sco'1'I' . . . Publicity , JAMES THOMPSON . Stage Manager ' IRMEN FORT . , . . . Electrician . MARGARE1' CUNIIII-'If . . Secretary ' N DOROTHY JONIIS . . . Prompler ' MEMISERS REX ALLISON CLAY BROCK . SAM BLACKBURN MARY V. HAILEY , ANDREW HoovER NELL PULLIAM " ROY OWSLEY DARRELL HURD ' S LEN WEAKLEY VIRGINIA ROBINSON ' PRESTON ORIIWAY WALLER JoNEs CLAY Row BENNIE VAN METER ' EARL CELLA DON FORMAN ' 5 D 5 I I l 218 I I I" 'I Nia" l N! 5 5 5 5 GA -- 51930 KMEQKIAN v X., JAG' I. 2 L s . I' X . 1 ,. 1 wht 'M 1 g X, x I ' K M' K 10 , 1 Q tg X . L, , 1 ,K ' f +' F2 . V- . QL: .sh w ' . X 4 U N I. A X I 1 91 . P n Af 1 - V 'A.A A 0 wi , "P "' ' ' fn '2?fi"9w i . .,.: f Dwi ls n H11 y ' Ot Iw v V nMu t 1 RH s D mul Alll ll 'lh mp.on, Pundit! C Ilu, , llul 1 Owsley, Fort S tt 0, 2-I-9 I A W -- 1 ---'W vf 935-1 Af 1 A- - 4. . Fifi SMHKY Cmrcllc llonorary Pep Organization O1 FICERS FRAVK DAVIDSON . . . .... .,... P residfng WILLIAM Youm' . . . . . . . I in-l'rr.si1Iu1z FRANCIS BASKE'l"l' .... . . . Sfmlary MARY ELIzAma'1'H FISHER . . . Trfasurfr MEBIBERS SLAOE CARR JOHN GEss ROBERT ALSOVER MALCOLM BARNES HENRY BOWMAN RonER'r GIBSON TED CASSIDY BEN HARRISON VERNON CHANDLER , ' BILL KELLY , MARGARE'l' CUNIHFF MILIJRED Ll'r'rLE RonER'r PORTER ' ANN RHODES JAMES THOMPSON GEORGE IfVHl'l'FlIELD A, I v , L 5 V dm? Q 11 1,111,111 -f I v 1930145 'I'UfKIANK X- Q . .I - .I . .I - .I . .I - .I ' - .I ' . fx f I mo KENIUCKIANK f v XZ v 'X L I. C151 ii nys I Q, V' I , N 4 f ' 5 - 1 A g -,I N' 'tl 'Z' ' ' 6 -' 4 'A v 'U' .. . 'X I ,, V . 1- xg 1 O IN '- 1' -ff, 1- YQ 0 S 5 ,lj I In k an Ilttl ' llmzl n fill lllf 1 1 N um, B wmun lflmmll I lh llll 1 .1 Al 1 Hx lin 1 n l llx C ll ilv, L4-R0 I Ill ' o 25l .5 A ' ? Gr: ' ' - - y - -f H '- - 3 !' K i R f - - 'ze' - db 1930 KNHJCKIAN K - - -1 .I .1 I I I. .I I .I I I I- A It QI ,I I. I The University of Kentucky .N P1resMIecdlie.a1Il Society I ' OFFICERS ,' A MALCOLM LEN B ,,.1 I d t 'I .n IZEQNTIHLCMEI I 1 1 fd f 'f .l ANDREW NIIDDLETO l 5 I J It ,Q I. ,Q I. .l '- ,Q I. ,I I. .u I- I gt ,A "" L FE 5 Rx ...I -5' A- S v mo RENIULKIAN K - 4 X L .I I. .l A . I. A u A A A r U . 1 l l H 1 5 I I O U 1 I I Tiylxmd, Buruuu. Dulny , liuttamcllttaw, Phelps, NVllsm1, Urnmoz W I I ' y 4 n v .a ' Young Wmmen s Chrmsxtmn Assocnnanuzwn ' I I A OIFFICERS l O , , ' K I'.l,IZABli'I'll CRAMHR . ...., . . . . ..... . President , IIERNICE HYLAND ..... . . . Vice-I'rL'sidc1zt 1 CHRISTINE BLAKIEMAN ..... . . . . Sarrntary MARX' ALLISON r1'IlRl5l.KliI.I1 , . . . . Trrasurrr ' MARGARli'l' Lawns .... . Sludz-nl Sven-tary I . X MEMIZERS ' 0, A E1.sua BUREAU ELxzAmz'ru ANN EWING ROZANNA RU'l"I'ENCU'I'l'ER HESTER CIREENE - KA'l'l'lliRlNE Prmrms MARY SIDNEY I-IonsoN , ELEANOR SWEARINGIEN Bussm BUSH Amclc MAY DURLING MARIE FI.oRA ' I-IRLRN DARNELL GEORGIA LOGAN . I MILDREIJ DUDLRY l I U I I ' 253 4 A I' 'I Q-E1 z 4 H' ' !X U A N- W ---' 'f N , .... 1 2 ,A U ..f-- v 1930 ISENIUQKIANKL 1 4- il l 11 0 4 o 0 1 1 -A o a 1 1 1 - Q . 4 4 -A ,. . I 'v Q' ,1 F 5' S I gg' 5 ' B "QV V 5 .1 Q 1 r ,QQ , 1 t 1 V2 I I W ' .3 i ,I "H J " - -' I r I I f X , N A R. I, A ' . b I' C 1 ' "' Q G' 9 . . ' x 1 , , + , ff? I N. v Q ,1 -,ji I , , Couvh, Edwards, Klkul, CI'aveIIs. NVILIIQL-I', Ross, Jrmes, HI:IIIlI'Iffkn, NV0I'tmnrI, Conley, TF., si Pcuk, Vxmlndo Rudoinh, 'BHVIIIES Lucky, RUCf0l1C1lttCl', Snydvr, 1-lnfer, Swartz, Shnurnu-yuI', Lnnsloy Young Mcnys Christian Association Founded at University of Virginia, 1858 Colors Red, White and Blue Publicalion: "The Intercollegizuli' Y. M. C. A. Exlablishrd 1890 SENIOR CABINET OFFICERS HENRY CRAVEN5 .. . . . . . . . - 1 MoR'I'oN WALKER . . . . . . . .: President . . . . Vzcc-Preszdanl JOE RU1'rENcU'I"I'ER . . ....... . Secretary BRYANT JoNIcs . . . . I. . . . Trmsurnf VIRGIL L. CoUcII ...... Dm-clor Fresh Councrl IVIEMBERS MALCOLM BARNES VVILLIAM HENDRICKS J. L. LECRY WILLIAM SIIAEER JAMIas BOUCIIER FRIED C. I-IAI-'ER PAUL PATH CPEORGE P. SNYDER C, L. CONLEY VIRGIL COUCII T. J. EDWARDS JoIIN M. JONES AI.nER'I' J, KIKEI. JAMES LAPsI.EY JAMES POWELL MARION Ross R. L. RUn0I.IfII 254- CARLYLE SCHUERMEYER H. SWARTZ W. L. VAI.AnIs YQ cl L , I -L I lo 1291414111 Z? 'B 1930 KENIULKIAN 5' - f S? O. B. The Young Mcn's Christian Association COFEMAN . . . . .EDWIN SwIssIIEI,M . S. E. S'l'RA'l"l'O FRESHMAN CABINET OFFICERS N.. . V. L. COUCH . . W. L. GEORGE G. Amcms SAMUEL S. ALSEELL I-Iowmm BICKER O. li. COEFMAN HENRY J. DAILY VALADE . ...... CABINET NIEMBERS EARL W. GRAHAM Ronrswr T. IJANNA CHARLES D. MCGUEEY LELAND MAIIAN JULIAN MAnnox Ronan MARSIIALL GENE MILLER FosTER PEYTON MAX J. DII,LIoN JOIIN EWING 255 ij I I I F . . . . . . President . . . Vice-1'rz'sidc11t . . Szrcrclary . . Cozzllscllor . . Counullor JAMES SCUDDER SIIERRILL SMITH BERNARD SPELLMAN S. E. S'I'RA'r'I'oN Enwm SwIssI-IELM LORELI. TAX'LOR GAYLE TUDOR Z my I 0 I I I I. I. If My o s 44- a 4 - . . 4 4 1 ,. .7 I lv WOmCn'S Athletic Association THE COUNCIL Officers ELIZABETH SKINNER . ..... .... . President CAROLYN SMITH ....... - - - Vive-Pfwidffll LEWESE R. THOMPSON .... . . . . Secretary CHRISTINE R. BLAKEMAN . .... - Tfwfllfvf Sport Managers VIVIAN SMITI-I . . . . .......... . . Manager of Hockey MAE BRYANT . ............ ...... M anager of Rifle MYRA D. RICE AND CATHERINE VOGEL . . . Managers of Basketball SUE HEAD . ......... Manager of Archery SARAH UT'I'ERIIACK . . . Manager of Valley Ball LOUISE TILTON . . Manager of Tumbling PAULINE BACK . . . . . . Manager of Track OPAL SCROGGIN ,... . Manager of Tennis GEORGE ANN CARPENTER . . . . Manager of Baseball FRANCES BARKER . . . . . Manager of Hiking NELL PULLIAM . .......... . Historian Tribal Leaders PAULINE BACK . . . Apache LOUISE TIl,'I'0N . . . . Hopi MYRA D. RICE . . . Cree SUE HEAD . . . . . Ojibfwa CAROLYN SMITH . . . . Kafw CQLADYS CvARNE'l"l' . . . Sioux Active Members ENID BUSH WINSTON BYRON MAXINE CAINES VIRGINIA CARLIN NANCY C0'l"l'INGI-IAM ELEANOR DAWSON SUE DICKERSON PHOEEE DIMACH VERA DODSON MAYOLA GIVENS MARY GRIFFITH DOROTHY GOULO MARY HONEY RAMONA ILIFF ISABEL ISGRIG HATf1'IE JENNINGS FANNIE MACREY PAULINE MILLER ALLIE MCALLISTER VIVIAN NASH , Faculty Advisers MISS SARAH BLANDING MISS REBECCA AVERILL 256 ggq X I . uv ELIZAEETII NAPIER ALICE RYAN MILIIRED ROEARDS GLADYS SLATER DORIS SMITH MARGARET STUCKER GRACE THURMAN LUCILLE CFRABAND VIRGINIA YOUNG MRS. ALEERTA SERVER " X '4 E I I 4 E5 S .IE NE E Z I In I I 11 it Qi l 5 'I 4 'S f In A" ,H .gf I- - V -2, , -1 B 1930 KENIUCKIAN K X.. ! I. A 6, I I Q- I H 1 .N I. . I. . I. .N I. . I. 5 w as n I I uv a 1 .Q 6 X ' ,- A .. B. i - ,,5J in A 5 . X ,Nb . ' 5' v I I - A ' 0 . Uhristoll BlVf1.nt , Mackey, Sklnn x Utt lla k Slntur, Pull! LIN V I, I Dul 5 I ClLl'IN!ll!.lFl', Blaeklnxm, Bmk x Smith ,u A Smith, Back Garnett. Zlllton Wvilson ' o c , 257 I I ' I' A 'n I M 'fl 5: " :MNH N - 3 H K - , S 1 , ' Y , ' I I '5' v 1930 KENWLRIAN v I K.. 7- 4' .H I. .N I. I I ll Il 1 I l U I I I I ' ' Smgmal Galmrnmal IEPSIIHOJUI Geology, Zllining and flletallurgy ' Founded 1917 Twenty-one Chapters ' Colors: Blue and Gold 1'ublica1ion.' "Compass" ' ' 'x CI-II CHAPTER ' 5 I OIFFICERS ' 'FIIOMAS S'I'EI'IIENs . . . . ................ . lwsident VIRGIL PRoc'I'oR , ,..., ...... . Via--1'rv.cidc1zl ' SAM MACGRUIJER . . . . . Srrrnlary and ?'rL-aszzrcr ' B. Toy SANIJEFUR ............ lidzlor I I. MEMBERS ARTHUR MURYAN WII,I,mM IYIALLER GEORGE Wnsmcv MAURICE FARIIIIR ' PHIL Aswmws Dow CoU'I'Y Q IQEGG Moss . FACULTY MEIXIBERS . PROE. L. C. Ronmsox PRGE. REIIJ P, MEACIIAM DR. A. C. MCFARLAN 1 I I s 258 0 6 ' I' 'I X iT5:'?l Q ,AI - 'M' v Cl. ! - Z6 Ji:-5 1 Q. - - n- f 33 Qui 119 5:5 f ,Tl ge .J-.-L. if V? ATHLETICS Iliff ws Ib inf Q:-.73 "-E94 '?4' 05- 'T 'a U. 9 ..-Sgt Cf -3-::: 1 EK .A+ QB H 5 !iII:!iU Nl.. .... .U Qv , -...-,,,..L.,...............-,,....f....f- -- -- , V . ,,1 ,L -W - -.- -- i 1 ll - 'B mo KENIUCKIAN ,Z X' 5 I. .Q I- ts O :O 1 D 4. if D 0 2: Qu ll if i l Q l 'W I X! ft ng X Z f! ' . .1 .n . .N . if gl .D 261 Q.. f - ii-7-'A -- - X R-A 1 5 R 'a-K X K?i 1 fl, f 5 1 ,' lf 'p' N .3 i xx fi ' W 'L 5 I ,M 'Q .1 A K A "ii .. . ,f 1 f , . 4 XXL , ' X'- . . X s n ,, fi 8 , A 4 Q K ffl lf, I l . 1 i I 2 1 J I 1 1 XM 2 x 1 X I ' X X A S. j X L.. V r --If in 4 . ,L : , . . , J, ,, ' .4 ,L ,Q -, . H 3 4 ,ew ' RA 'T -az. ,, Y, an ,Nia , 1 I A if! :ig ,n,.?, b 1il in-F' I I h V Q-I , .1 i .L JH I t .li Y W ' . n: . ?"'-' 9 'u S etl r lr X r , 4, T, Q will 1 T . I' wif. fs. . g sp 5,0165-,Q T F060 .Cam Cawfve fwv Varsity lF0co1tlb.allll Coach Harry Gamage entered the third year of his coach- ing regime at Kentucky with the prospects of producing one of the greatest gridiron teams in the histo1'y of the institu- tion. He fulfilled for the most part the expectations of thousands of Kentucky supporters when he whipped his men into wonderful condition and molded them into a mighty machine that attracted nation-wide attention and respect. The Wildcats of 1929 slashed their way through a difficult schedule in a manner that was brilliant in every respect. Adventuring with other large colleges into the realm of night football, the Blue and Wliite opened the season with lklaryville, streaking under the spotlights for easy victory. VVashington and Lee was next. The Generals were as powerful and threatening as ever, but the men of Gamage could not be denied in a glorious triumph. Carson-Newman, in another after-dark game, and Centre were soft for Ken- tucky and the Wilclcat advance continued. The Clemson Tiger loomed just ahead, but Gamage smiled and they were sent home with a sound thrashing as the world at large began to take cognizance of Kentucky's strength. Alabama was challenged and the Tide gave Kentucky her lone defeat, marring her recordlwith a last quarter victory after the Cats had been in the van most of the Way. Vir- ginia lVIilitary Institute was the sixth victim of the felines, the Cadets succumbing after a stubborn iight. Then came the grand Hnale of the season, the 6 to 6 tie with the Volun- teers of Tennessee in a swirling snowstorm on Thanksgiving. Considered a treat and nothing more, Kentucky toppled the Vols from their lofty pinnacle and historically repeated the 1928 deadlock whichalso robbed Tennessee of the Southern conference crown. IVE- Yee fwaff-7M.5 .1 4, N C- r t li I Gfxv 7-145 T OWEN-5 iv-.mv v'.v'.s A7,0,0ffvG QW' TEV: r 51" n-., Fix il-. W 1,,f At the close of the season, three of the Wild- cats, Drury, Kelly and Williams, participated in the annual.North-South charity game played in Atlanta on New Year's Day. Forquer, Drury, Kelly, Williams and Spicer received much con- sideration when the All-Southern teams were chosen, and one Kentuckian, 'Shipwreck"-Kelly, was given honorable mention among the All- American choices. - A Varsity letters were awarded to Captain Cov- ington, Captain-elect Forquer, Andrews, Baugh- man, Bronston, Cavana, Colker, Drury, Ford, Kelly, johnson, Mclflroy, Meyer, Jack Phipps, Tom Phipps, Richards, Rose, Spicer, Thompson, Toth, Urbaniak, Walters, Williams, Wright, Yates and lVIanager James Wilson. Calloway Hoskins was named manager for the 1930 season. KENTUCKY, 40, lWARYVIl.LE, 0 After a month of strenuous preparation, Coaches Gamage and Shively sent their charges against the Nlaryville eleven. This was the first night 'game played hy Kentucky and the Wildcats proved, them- selves real owls by trouncing the Tennessee mouns taineers in a handy fashion. "Shipwreck" Kelly ran off tackle and skirted the ends in a fashion that was quite pleasing to the many fans who we1'e expecting much from the "Springfield flash." It was in this game that Coach Gamage showed the development of his rexierve 'strength which he used so effectively throughout the season. 1464.4 7.5795 KEN'1'U,CliY,'20Q WAsH1NnToN AND LEET6 The Generals, with such stars as Willizilmis, Thibodeau and lVIaddox,iboasted a strong aggregation and were anxious to erase the defeat which the Wilclcats had handed them last year. Kentucky's first score was dark- ened somewhat when Williams, elongated end, snagged a pass 'and crossed the goal line for the visitors' only' tally. vThe Big Blue, led by Carey Spicer, used straight football to score three touchdowns and cinch the game. Colker, Drury and Forquer played outstanding games inthe line and Kclly's sixty-two-yard run for a touch- down was a feature of the conHict. Kl+ZNTUCKY,' 583 CARSON-lXlEWMAN, 0 ' In the second moonlight title of the season, VVarner Ford thrilled the cash customers with a fifty-yard sprint for a score on the first play of the game. The "wreck- ing crew" again came into its own and played all but one quarter. Tom Phipps, Toth, Ford, Meyei' and Urbaniak ran through the VVhiteshirts for long gains. Meyer intercepted a pass on his own.forty-eight-yard line and -converted it into a marker for the feature run. The game became monotonous from the spectators' point of view, but it gave the-coaches a chance to test the power of their subs. 'Bronston snatched a few passes to pro- vide an occasional thrill. Every 1nan on the squad saw action in this game and Len Miller's reserves had little trouble in holding the light Carson-Newman outfit. 0 o ' ' 1 ,...f..' ', 'V .,,, 1, , 4 , .K 1- M ' , '.'y1'."..1 ' 1' '5 C04 Kf- l f 1 6'2VD?fhf5 J PHXPPS 77 PHXPPJ M 951 ,ea V Ease A0.s7'fvf-,QQ y KENTUCKY, 333 CENTRE, 0 Coach Kubale, one of the "seven immortals" of old Centre fame, had returned to the fold and started his rebuilding campaign at Danville. This meant noth- ing to the Wilclcats who smashed through the Gold and Wliite line almost at will. Spicer, Ford and Kelly played good games in the backfield, but there was no outstanding star on the field. Kentucky sub- stitutes started the second half and thwarted every attempt of the Colonel backs. Rough tactics were served in abundance and the injury to Captain Will Ed Covington, who had to leave the game, was a great loss to the Cats. This game marked the end of athletic relations between the two schools, for soon afterward the University Athletic Council scratched Centre from Kentucky's schedule and gave her place to Virginia, a Southern Conference member. Ken- tucky's football team had gradually gained recogni- tion and its place as one of the leading football ma- chines in the South could not be denied. KENTUCKY, 44g CLIZMSON, 6 The biggest upset in the Southern circles took place on the second day of November. The Clemson Tigers had previously swept aside all opposition in winning five straight games and were heralded as one of the strongest teams in the country. Kentucky was given an even chance against the invaders, but with Captain Covington out the Tigers hoped for a glorious vic- tory. The Wilclczits received the opening kickoff and on the initial play of the game "Shipwreck" Kelly dashed off tackle behind perfect interference, saving forty-seven yards to the goal line as thousands of Ken- tucky rooters went wild with enthusiasm. Later Kelly skirted right end, losing his shirt as he pulled X Nit- ZSBOZVS rokv away from the clutches of a secondary man on his second forty-seven-yard dash for a marker. The second team started the third quarter and it was in this period that the visitors made their only counter. The "wrecking crew" tightened up from here on and was never again in danger. Ho lVIeyer, substitute quarter, made the longest run of the game when he tore off right guard for fifty-five yards and a touchdown. Bronson proved his ability as a pass receiver when, near the end of the game, he took two heaves from Toth and stepped the remaining distance for touchdowns. Dick Rich- ards, who had been nursing a leg injury the first part of the season, demonstrated capable blocking ability in his first start. KILNTUCKY, 13, ALABAMA, 24 Kentucky had not VVOII a game from Alabama since 1922, but many fans journeyed to lVIontgomery in hopes that they might witness a realization of their dreams. Alabama had previously lost to Tennessee and Vanderbilt so Kentucky was favored to topple the Tide. .lack Phipps was out with a broken hand, Kelly was not there, and Captain Covington had not yet recovered fully from his side injury. The Wild- cats took the field in a decidedly weakened condition. On the first kickoff Tony Holm received the ball and pranced ninety yards before Yates caught him from behind. The big Blue line held, but a poor punt again put them on the defense and the almighty All-Southern Holm tore through the Kentucky line for the first score. Soon afterward Dick Richards intercepted a pass and returned to Alabama's seven- yard line, from which point Spicer bucked it over to even the count. Then Forquer blocked a punt and Willialiis recovered over the goal line for Kentucky's second score. The Tide counted again and the half ended I3 to I2 in favor of the Blue. 'llama seemed to hit her stride in the final period for the first ti1ne during the season, and although the 'Cats put up a formidable fight the stellar work of Holm, Sington and Suter proved too much under the sweltering heat of the South- .JA i 1-f eswergafi- cf'-SN . -.. .,.,, X541 Y 54a6HMi9N , ' ' K '..1,'3,3Eli w.fb!ffV502f-W iq H s 'Q . ..., - ' . ':1'.'P'S fy. 113. 11.. . 9?-ag vs My M- ' -'L. K iff?" e E f,:tf' ,. . fl'-JE. I x ravi 70N 2055 ..4- f "' zz' -33... . . m',,.l 1, 2 -sd -1 1.-.. V . r7"'f rl Y-. I' . ' 'Gif " ff 4 ..xQf:1iQL. -.I an I- V wwf a,ttl-ivy? "ffl .yn . vw .xl .NM "1 . f.1.'., "..'i.v, '- .i..-fm3n,t7', UBBRNIHK f Hia, :1 - V -12' 'rn ffl.. , -I . 5 .. f- -,H .,31vw-ff T IT T75 -if.2..si...-i-G53 h4efqw7' X544 Y land. Drury, Andrews and "Big -foe" Thompson played unusually well and the Alabama players stated to the press that Howard Williams was the most powerful center they had faced during the season. For their only loss of the year the Wildcats advance no alibi, but are waiting for next year when they meet the Crimson Tide "in their own backyard." KIQNTUCKY, 235 V. M. I., 12 The Cadets had lost but one game and that by one touchdown to a powerful Florida eleven. However, Kelly and Jack Phipps were again in harness and Covington's injury was improving, hence a rise in Kentucky stock. The 'Cats played a mediocre brand of ball in the first half and were trailing 6 to 3 as the initial period ended. The VVildcats came onto the field an enti1'ely different team to start the second half and scored twenty points to place the game in cold storage. Ollie johnson, a blocking back of last year, started the game at guard and played the new position well. The second team took the field in the last few minutes of play and the Soldiers counted again on'an intercepted pass. The feature of the game was the returning of punts by Captain Covington, who was the keynote of Kentucky's offense. KENTUCKY, 6, TENNESSEE, 6 The Volunteers, with McEver, Hackman, Dodd, Hug, Brandt, johnson and several other stars in the line-up, had not lost a game in three years. Tennessee was one of the five undefeated teams of the nation and boasted of an imposing record. The whole nation had its attention focused on the outcome of this game between the Sons of the Bluegrass and the indomitable Vols. Last year the 'Cats pulled the David act and tied Tennessee, 0 to O, keeping the Vols from winning the conference championship. 0 Kentucky received the kickoff and soon punted. Twenty thou- sand fans, the largest crowd that ever witnessed a football game in this state, expected to see All-American McEver dash through the blue-clad boys for convincing gains. But not so-Coach X fag-Wee draw-fe afgNf2-Q22 Shively's 2oo-pound line held and Dodd's educated toe sent the pigskin back to Covington. This was the story throughout the first half as Kentucky's backs charged down the snow-covered field only to lose their gains as Dodd punted out of danger. The half ended with the score O to 0, but the 'Cats had shown their superiority. The big Blue line continued its pile-driving assault ie Gold and White forwards and the backs rushed the ball to the Vol three-yard line. Spicer car- against tl ried it over to give Kentucky a 6 to o lead. However, with three minutes yet to play, Hackman accepted a thirty-five yard pass from Dodd to save the Neyland- coached crew from defeat. The try for the extra point was a failure. The game was marked by clean football and hard playing of both teams. Kentucky's superiority was shown by the fact that the Wildcats made fourteen first downs, while the Volunteers made but two. The big Blue outplayed the visitors in every department of the game with the exception of punting where Dodd excelled. The famous Mclfver made sixteen yards from scrim- mage and lost thirteen, his net gain amounting to the sum of three yards. Hackman gained eight yards all told. Conrad Rose, who had seen little service so far because of an ankle injury, played a good game at guard, Babe Wright served unofficial notice that he will have to be reckoned with again next yearg Cavanna held n a flank position in first-class fashion, Forquer gained favorable notice, and Howard Williams strength- ened his position in the eyes of many admirers. Drury played one of the best games of his career which paved the way for his pick as an All-Southern tackle on the United Press selection. Drury, Ford, Covington and Walters finished their colorful careers as wearers of the Blue and White. Covington finished out a season in which his playing as a safety man was outstanding, dow -.vaffff . 4,1 3 -I7 fi q v .EHNJON f'67l44Afr7 JJHN D902 Y , M K, r W xkxx 1-if 75TH DV i 67,90 4 l Maesyxv ,-75.45 Y ,J"l4f3."',p5.iff'1 I ' , rn- V : ' ,- ' ,4 I - . GXLLEY and if his injury had not prevented he might have been conisdered on the mythical eleven. VVarner Ford, who ran wild against V. M. 1. two years ago, finished a successful season by turning in good performances against lVIaryville, Carson-Newman, Centre and Clemson. Tom Walters Was the most versatile player on the squad and a very depend- able man. His work against Centre was perhaps his best game of the year. The Tennessee backers promise a good trimming next year, but the big Blue has stopped the thrusts of Mclfvei' and Hack- man for two years in succession and the VVildcat followers are not a bit pessimistic. vm. .-.iw Football Schedule for 1930 Orff, 4-Sewanee Knight gamel . Here Oct. rr-Maryville ..... Here Oct. I8--VVdlSllllIj.'If0Il and Lee . Here Or-1, 25-University of Virginia . Here Nov. I-Alabama Qhome cumingl . . . Here Nov. 8-Duke University ..... Durham, N. C. Nev- I5-V. M. l. . . ...... Here Nov. 271'llClllICSSCC . . . Knoxville, Tenn. ml" 'A - -im X. f' taacw E I-wx' .fbyafsam T53 S rffafvessonf 2774-fofw M59- mbfrwffvse Zfewzv s-5 jg V .930 Ktnlutxuu l N f f I. Freshman Football L ': Coach Birkett Lee Pribble,' former Wildcat star, ushered the Kentucky :I ' freshman team through a very successful season. Aided by Claire Dees, Alfred I Portwood, and Bart Peak, Coach Pribble unearthed some valuable material ' A which may prove of worth to the varsity coach next year. " A In the opening tilt, the Big Green took the Georgetown Cubs into camp, I' tl 39 to 0. The Wesleyan Greenies, formerly undefeated and heralded as State L ' S. I. A. A. freshman champs, were the next victims, the score being IQ to O. L V Bickel received a broken ankle in scrimmage against the varsity and looked K ' on as the yearlings swamped the Louisville frosh, 38 to O. i After the Wildcats had surprised the nation by outplaying the Vols on Turkey Day, the Kittens journeyed to Knoxville to continue the dispute. The Big Green outplayed the Tennessee Rats, making seven first downs to their four, but lost by a one-pe-int margin when the young Vols made their extra point after touchdown. A long pass gave the Rats their touchdown. The Kit- ten line did not yield a first down until the last quarter. The greatest loss of ' ' the Big Green was the injuries of Darby, Johnson and Montgomery. Johnson ' l was thrown out of bounds after' making a beautiful twenty-two-yard run and suffered injury to the head. He was taken to a hospital and returned to Lex- ington after a two-day rest. His recovery brought joy to the many fans who thought his injury more serious. Darby received a b1'oken bone in the foot and ' Montgomery suffered from torn muscles in the neck. Shields-Watkins field i was frozen hard as a result of recent cold weather and the authorities stated . N that no game would be played under similar conditions in the future. fu . Numeral sweaters were given to the following: Captain Ellis johnson, ' George Bickel, Newman Boardman, Malcolm Foster, Edward Wilder, Ray ' , Woolridge, J. A. Frye, Wayne Clark, Burton Aldridge, Williani Luther, v Frank Scale, Ralph'Blevins, Noel Engel, H. G. Kreuter, Darrel Darby, Her- ' man G-reathouse, VVilliam Humber, Frank Goggin, Robert Montgomery, P. L. ' , Ellis, George Hill, Richard Clarke, G. D. Hawkins, M. K. Tucker, Thomas Cutler, D. R. Voelker, joe O'Roark, H. G. Ivie, J. W. Chapman, H. G. ' Baker, Alfred Manasian, George Mtlrphy, C. G. Hoffman, Robert Lape, Paul Bentley, W. C. Hines, O. R. Hogue, W. Vanderheide, Sam Tuttle, O. B. , Coffman, and George Skinner. 4 .l I. 272 l li' A 'sl ""-f"9 gi 151930 KQ1UCKlAN N I , 'Z X Saw 'QW 51 D A li 1 ffm fl K ff 4 I A PG " 1.41. ,.-ff' if g V 1930 KENIUCKIANCP .7 if Q CoAc1-1 JOHNNY 'Mauna Varsity Basketball I-Iailed as champions, even from the earliest practice sessions of the season, the Blue and White netsters of Kentucky enjoyed a brilliant schedule of games against the finest basketball teams of the South and Middle West. Engaging in a total of sixteen contests during the regular season, the Wildcats can point with pride to fourteen victories, the only two losses being charged against teams that at some other time became victims of the merciless Big Blue. Kentucky and her starlwart stars were a sensation wherever they played. Encouraged at home by S. R. O. houses at nearly every game, the 'Cats were always the same drawing card on foreign fioors, playing to capacity crowds on every trip. With their touted submarine attack which Coach Johnny Mauer used to startle the entire South during the previous season, the Wildcats depended upon a slow-breaking offense to dmoralize their opponents. The floor work of Kentucky's giants was amazing. Every man on the squad approached six feet in height, while the majority of the men easily exceeded that figure. But the unpenetrable man-to-man Blue defense was dependent on the speed and agility of these stars who performed like "ten- second men." Offense or defense, however, it was the same hard-working, five-man unit, per- fectly coached, that represented Kentucky in such a creditable manner. Opening the season with Georgetown, the Wildcats crushed the team that later won the S. I. A. A. championship of the state. Miami's feared team was the second victim. The team from Berea's tiny school almost upset the dope in the next contest, but Kentucky finally won and was all set for the first conference game. Clemson, also hailed as a possible champion, proved easy for the Mauermen. But Creighton's Blue-Jays, with Hansen, their six-foot seven-inch center, providing the advantage, were too much for the 'Cats and gave them their first defeat, although the Kentuckians regained some of their lost prestige on the following night. Then came a long string of impressive victories over the strongest quintettes in the South, interrupted only by the 29 to 24 reversal at the hands of Tennessee, a team that had already been mowed down by the Blues. A clean-cut triumph over the Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers tapered off Kentucky's prepara- tion for the final game of the schedule, the struggle with VVashington and Lee. The Big Blue won this game, rounding out the season in a Hash of meteoric brilliance by gaining the margin over another great team in an overtime period. In the conference records this gave Kentucky a slate of nine wins and one loss, trailing Alabama in the final standing and tying with Duke for second place. Throughout the season the Kentucky goal was guarded by Captain Paul McBrayer and Lawrence McGinnis in a most capable manner. For their relief there was Bronston, Crump, Trott and Kleiser. "Spooks" Milward, until he was injured in the final Georgia game, was the mainstay in the center of the floor, playing brilliantly. Long George Yates, when called to relieve the injured star, left little to be desired at the pivot post. The,call for forwards alternated between Carey Spicer, "Pisgah" Combs and Louis McGinnis, with Hayes Owens ever ready to substitute capably for any of these scoring stars. 274- N-fq 3 L .Z I .1 s X Z Ab -si G': A Z-.. - . v "- K 2 . -'54 ski 4- to I, ,. - y, 4 . f f f 2' i 11 f , v - f, , S , Y , , I I - -.. -.. l i43il11 iiii 4 is mcnvmso . cw? mamrna '-' 1' MMINNIS Summary of the Varsity Basketball Season Dec. Dec Dec 'ln '1 1 lliii iii 1 A 5 'ln '1 '11 5 'ln c C C 'll1. C . C . L . 14-Ixcntucky 20--Ixentucky 31-IXLI1fLlCky 3-Ixentucky 10-kentucky -Ixcntucky -Ixentucky -Ixcntucky -Ixentucky --Ixentucky -Kentucky -Ixentucky -Ixentncky -Ixentucky -Ixentucky . . . . . . . . Georgetown . . . . Miami . . . BC1'C'l . . . . ' Clcmson . . . . . . . Creighton . . . . Creighton . . . . . Tennessee . . . . . . Mississippi A 'ind M.. . . . . . Mississippi A 'md M.. . . . . . Tennesscc . . . . . . Clemson . . . . . Georgia Tech . . . . Georgiq .... . . . Kentucky WesIey'1n . . . VV'1shington 'Ind Lee 2 3 ilu? W ii I 14 SD S NE E Z W . I I N V 1 11 v - . . . , , -' yyfiy 53, , J li 5 if 1 A j ' 5 is . . 1 ' 4.65 ' . .. 9 - . ' 355 . . 20 . . '- 295 . 26 J: - ' 31, ' - - -I5 ' 1.1. ' 275 28 . I. . II ' 255 . . 21 J.n. 18 ' 235 . . 20 J: 24 ' 43: - 17 1 J.i. 25 ' 205 ' . . I4 I. . 31 ' 243 - . 29 ' F b 1-Kentucky . .225 Georgia . . . 21 . F b 3 1 345 , 20 F b. 8 ' 393 1 - I9 F-b I4 ' 365 . . 23 ' F b. 18 ' 325 , 20 - F b 22 ' 285 . . -. 26 75 .I 1' A 1 5 N 1 'jl930KENIUCKlANf E- R . , AV X 1 f 9 TROTT I A CIVHIWI OWEN8 - 1 .-....f" A SPICER 276 E' C 1115-1 -111-Q ' E 'ww 4 Q Aw- !...L. 4- 'gi' - 'Emo KmmCKlAN I 4 l .I I. 1 l f gf fx fi t' BRONSTON f. -N .E 7 enum' J 15 .u ff :s.irrwm" ' .fl ' ' A v , A lt ,V wx ' .Q , guns K ,gZKLEl8ERV Q In . :I A 77 Q.. x- -M W ij E G9 C X PFI Z -4 1 f'b E P Z fx ' ' ' v ' - 4 1 1 i 3 ' A ' iiaviail-v 11 ' 1 u Q . 1 .I .l V if Q Freshman Basketball The Kentucky yearlings scampered through all opposition to win the state title. This was the first time since the season of ,26-,27 that the Freshmen have Hnished the season undefeated. When Coach M. E. Potter issued his call for candidates, over twenty promising hoopsters answered. Stars from Lexington, Ashland, Lawerenceburg and St. Louis, Mo., formed the nucleus of the undefeated quintette. The result of the season is as follows: Kittens ........ 335 Kentucky Wesleyan Frosh . . . . 24 Kittens ........ 343 Georgetown Frosh .... . . 18 Kittens. . . . 323 Georgetown Frosh .... . . IO Kittens . . . . 423 Eastern Normal Frosh . . . . I4 Kittens . . . . 263 Louisville Frosh ...... . . I5 Kittens . . . . 253 Kentucky Wesleyan Frosh . . . 23 Kittens. . . . 223 Lexington Hi ...... . . I5 Kittens. . . .. .... 353 Eastern Normal Frosh . . . . 24 Those who made up the squad Were: Forwards-Darby, Jackson, Congleton, Riffe, Helm, Smith, Foster, Lavin and Walker. Centers-Sale, Skinner, Tracey, Collins and Rudolph. Guards-Captain Johnson, Worthington, Kreuter, Fish- back, Clark and Hines. 278 ily X 'J S' L....X 4-A--p ' ilu! 13930 KfNIucKIAN lf' V Q I ,Q I. x 0 1 is D A fi in 0 ll 1' D A gf 1. if f" Eff 1 s 5 2 ss. . 1 ssx G 1 J ff A . In i ,Q 1. 'J ll 41 R-A 4 5 l5l930 KIEHCKIAN fi -Q- ik Q .,. ' S Vaursiity Baseball Starting the season with a nucleus of six letter men, Captain Gilb, Cole, Covington, Mauser, Layman, and Rhoads, the Wildcat nine under the capable direction of John "Pat" Devereaux enjoyed a most satisfactory schedule. The 'Cats won eight games, lost only one, and played one fifteen-inning tie with Louisville. This team cinched the state championship and was considered one of the strongest college nines in the country. At the end of the season letters were awarded to Captain Gilb, Cole, Rhoads, Layman, Augustus, Mauser, Trott, Mclirayer, Covington, Barnes, Kelley, Kruger, Kellogg, Toth, lllurphy, and Student lVIanager .lack McGurk. . Kentucky, 33 Louisville, 0 The Wildcat diamondeers opened their season in great style, dealing a white- wash from o-ff the top of the deck to the University of Louisville nine with the score of 3 to 0. Raymond Rhoads, a re-vamped outfielder, started on the mound for the Blue and White and immediately entered the Hall of Fame by hurling a no-hit, no-run game against the Cardinals. Kentucky, 53 Minnesota, 1 For the third time in the last three years, Kentucky met the representatives of the University of lVIinnesota on the home diamond and for the third time the Wildcats were victorious. The IQZQ margin of the 'Cats over the Gophers was slightly less than in the two previous contests but nevertheless just as con- vincing of the Southern team's superiority. The score was 5 to I, with Rhoads pitching. 280 in 5 X, A i ,s 4, gr- ' ' . , . M..- v 1 .4 .'-: v f- ,Lak 4 sg Al- - - I 311111 il 1131 , I ll v- . - . i llli s i , I 151930 KENIUCKIAN W TN- gl Varsity Baseball l""""" Ky., 103 Centre, 3 The Kentucky nine con- tinued its winning ways by bouncing the Colonels of Centre College with a IO to 3 score in Danville on April 20. Paul Mc- Brayer, erstwhile basket- ball star, made his initial appearance on the dia- mond for the Wildcats, ascending the mound and, after an unsteady start, keeping the Colonels well under control. Ky., 165 Vandy, 16 The Wildcats, in quest of additional victims, in- vaded Nashville, the home of Vanderbilt University, for a two-game series. Rhoads was chosen to twirl the first game for the Blue Grass boys and but for two bad innings, the first and the sixth, when the Commodores made the majority of their runs, should have had an easy game. ' Kentucky, 33 Vanderbilt, 8 In the second of the Vandy games, the men of Devereaux were not so for- tunate, although playing a greatly improved brand of baseball. The 'Cats whaled away for ten safe bingles but could SC0l'C only three times, while the Commodores punched the adding-machine for a total of eight. 1 28x X.-aff-5 X .2 1 f ?i1iijii?111i1111'i 1111 5: l. l. ii I. fi l. l. ,- A- 2 im if .- , . 1 -a1.'.gg' 2 l - "1"--, "1 X ' "'f15v4Q.2f,'!vs. - .1 - '-:fx i -nf,':ffffft42f+' -:. 1 ,,,,1.... is, "2 Pegg- 4' r ra ',p.5'4,f7v 4 Zeorr Kfaoaq 1.-rwvmn Muepn Y IKELL Y v 2 ,. Affffdgeefvv ie 1 'X-if f R f- i ' !ffjlf?ff'gi- . 1 . ,'f'xg3'- 'THQ 1211 .,fw' r,',- :Mig--4:,i,.,' ,YV 250605 Kentucky, 75 Centre, 3 ' Kentucky crossed bats with Centre College for the second time of the sea- son, this time being hosts to the Colonels on Stoll Field, but neglecting their manners to- the extent of adding another humiliation on their guests by a mar- gin of 7 to 3. McBrayer again unwound his arm in the face of the Colonel batters but was forced to retire in the sixth after they had succeeded in pulling abreast of the Wildcats with the score three all. Rhoads went to his relief and finished the game in great fashion, blanking Centre for the rest of the game and giving up but one more hit. Kentucky, 115 Tennessee, 1 Elated with their previous successes, the Wildcats continued by walloping the Volunteers from the University of Tennessee with a vicious attack that netted an II to I victory. Rhoads and Bridges were the starting hurlers and both pitched splendid ball, although the latter suffered f1'0Il1 poor support and had to be 1'elieved in the final canto. Q Kentucky, 55 Tennessee, 4 The second Vol-Wildcat dispute was settled by a much mo-re narrow mar- gin, the game going ten innings before Kentucky nosed out the visitors by a one- run rally. Kruger, Wildcat third-sacker, scored the deciding tally with a beauti- ful squeeze in the tenth when he was safe at the plate on a close play after lVIauser sent a sacrifice hit to the second baseman. Kentucky, 05 Louisville, 0 After trouncing some of the strongest teams in the South and in the Big Ten, the Wildcats slipped back a step o-n May 16 when they journeyed over to the Falls City and allowed the University of Louisville nine to hold them to a fifteen-inning, scoreless tie. Rhoads and Jeffries, the opposing hurlers, went the entire route, the fOl'11lC1' allowing the Cards but four scattered hits during the long fray, while the Louisville southpaw was but little more generous, permit- ting seven bingles. Kentucky, 45 Cincinnati, 3 The Wildcats put the finishing touches on their most successful season in recent history by winning a pair from the University of Cincinnati Bearcats. 1 K ' Y 1 I ...J X f - 1 .ul I K 1 '- 1. .,,. 1 , 1 1 rv , ,, ,,f.Q3.."-1,I.'ff.ff,,-,-yi J A fhf, 8 'Q 'fx CUWN6 7UN fQl6d57H5' AQZIGEZ 147 7fE2 562 he IVE-5 .l 'Y l , I , ,N 3 The 'Cats played in the Queen City on May 24, winning by a score of 4 to 3, lf Rhoads pitching. , , Kentucky, 55 Cincinnati, 3 7' 3 On the following clay, Cincinnati invaded the Blue Grass pastures for an- 0 1 other crack at the mighty Devereaux men. This game was similarly disastrous f , 1 - to the Bearcat hopes, long Paul Melirayer sending them home with a 5 to 3 ff j ,C knot in their tails for the grand finale gesture of the season. l 1 l 1, . I- -- 5 val' dw ' ,.. : 'J9"- l Composite Box Score of Kentucky's 1929 ills-"1. Baseball Season ,Q 6 1. , 1.-.sugar-.,, NAME 1: AH it 1B 2B :ru :msn Av. so 1311 sn Ill' ro A Av. f K.. 1:11. X Gilb - 1 - 9 37 7 I5 0 0 0 2 -405 8 I0 6 0 16 25 -85+ - Cole . . . . 9 36 7 I2 1 o o 1 .361 1 8 1 o 91 2 .958 Rhonds . . . 8 20 4 4 2 o o 3 .3oo 3 3 1 o 6 I9 .963 1 Layman . . . 8 20 5 5 o o o 2 .250 5 6 2 1 7 o 1oco lg, f Augustus . . 3 4 1 o o I o o .250 1 1 o o 8 o 1ooo V Mauser . . . 8 33 3 4 4 o o o .242 3 1 1 o 9 12 .875 Trott . . . 7 27 4 3 1 1 1 o .222 8 4 3 o 14 1 1ooo Mclirziyer . . 4 9 3 1 o o 1 o .222 4 2 o 1 3 II .873 Covington . . 6 2I 4 3 1 o o o .194 IO 3 3 1 I2 8 .879 Barnes . . . 9 33 3 5 o o 1 1 .181 2 3 2 1 63 1 .969 Kelley . . . . 7 I7 3 2 1 o o o .176 2 3 o o 7 o IOOO Kruger . . . 3 6 1 1 0 0 o 3 .166 1 o o o 1 3 loco 'Kellogg . . . 9 34 9 3 1 o 1 2 .147 8 IO 6 o 15' 3 .945 Toth . . . . 7 IS 3 2 o o o o .133 3 1 o 2 6 9 .882 Murphy . . . 4 2 1 o o o o o .ooo 2 3 o o o o .ooo Colin'-G, games, AB, nt hatg R, runsg IB, singlesg 2l3, two-hagg 313, three-bugg HR, home runsg SI-I, sacrifice hitsg SO, struck outg BB, base on hallsg SB, stolen haseg HP, hit hy pitcherg PO, put outg A, assistsg E, errors. 6190 - wleh . ci in ' mo K'1IUfK'ANCr x X 'H- Q! R A A In 2 Q! .r .1 .I .1 .r Il fi .l Freshman Baselballil The first-year ball hawks, under the direction of Coach johnny Mauer, had but limited opportunities to show their wares other than in practice against the varsity. However, in their four games they suffered but one loss and one tie. A dearth of material greeted the mentor for his season and at one time there were scarcely enough players to form a team. For their "opening night" performance, the Kittens spiked the diamond in com- pany with the Picadome High School lads. In a comedy of errors which was halted by rain in the seventh inning, the two teams failed to reach a decision. The score was 4-all. The Big Green bo-ys, in their second maneuver, slept through a ten-round fray with the Irvine High School team, but managed to win, 5 to 4. Boucher, the Kitten pitching staff, allowed only Eve hits, but his lack of control and poor support nearly cost him the game. Howard, first baseman, relieved him and twirled brilliantly. Urbaniak, short fielder, contributed an unassisted triple play. The only other game scheduled for the yearlings was with the M. M. I. Cadets in Millersburg, but rain caused the contest to be cancelled. Coach Mauer awarded numerals to the following players: Boucher, Campbell, Drury, Fritts, Hand, Howard, Price, Stoeffel, Thomas, Urbaniak, Wert, Moore, Ross and Vaughn. 284 i lg Z , X A i any n,',,,,, 4. A 1. A 1, . 4 . .N I. : fy rg gl lj Q fu 'j A , .H C55 .l .l .I .R 6 .I In la, ., ? :sim --L v 4 5 ,,-ff' v l930KEN'wfKlANCT 'ie g p 2' gf Q. F. ..,,, , ,. W.. ,M ,.h. ,Y ,. . ,W fl Y Varsity Track After loss by graduation of the veteran star, Bill Gess, the Kentucky track team had rather a dreary outlook for the I929 season. Only four letter men returned. These were: Captain Roy Kavanaugh, Hays Owens, Wayman Thomasson, and Noble VVest. The 'Cats engaged in four dual meets, losing three of them, but were much better than such a record seems to indicate. The blue and White thinlies had a poorly balanced team, their strength in the middle distances and a few field events being counteracted by a decided weakness in the other phases of the sport. ICENTUCKY, 723 GEORGETOWN, 45 The Kentucky tracksters opened their season in a big way, overwhelming the Tigers of Georgetown, 72 to 45. Hays Owens was thc shining light of the afternoon, winning the half- mile and mile runs and performing on the relay team to gain high-point honors. 'GEORGIA TECH RELAvs Coach Shively accepted an invitation to enter his team in the Tech Relays for the second year, and four men were sent to uphold the Kentucky' colors in Atlanta. The 'Cats were en- tered in only one event, the two-mile relay, and in this they finished in third place, close behind the fliers of L. S. U. and Georgia Tech. The time for this event was 8:12, much better than the record of 8:33 set the previous year by the Notre Dame's speedy Irish. 286 A ' E 1 at 3 ' E J E: E v mo KENIUCKIANK I T iffawve- .ixwrfree T 5 ,Q fuk,- Chez' KRVINIUGH' ' "X, I . ' 'Hee-wa V wx' Q . me .9 ' ICIENTUCKY, 35Mg VANDERBILT, 81M Vandy's versatile track team invaded Lexington and Stoll Field to dish out a severe setback to the ambitions of the Kentucky cinder artists with an overwhelming score. The Blue team was forced to compete minus the services of Wayman Thomasson, quarter-mile star. The best act of the day was staged by "Tiny" Urevig, who juggled the shot 41 feet, ro x-8 inches in his last trial to break the state record. A drizzling rain slowed up the meet to a great extent. IQENTUCKY, 563 SENVANEE, 61 After a two weeks' rest in which they kept in form by defeating the all-star freshman harriers by a score of 64,-56, the Kentucky varsity traveled to Sewanee and thereby lost their second dual meet, this one to the Purple Tigers by the narrow margin of 61 to 45. The mile relay, deciding event, found the Kentucky runners exhausted and they lost the race and meet by a scant three yards. KENTUCKY, 45 2-33 TENNESSEEV, 74 1-3 The Tennessee Volunteers finally topped a Kentucky team in an athletic event, their colors Hying over the Blue and White for the first time during the 1928-9 year after the track meet between the two teams. The Vols presented a better balanced outfit and won easily. SOUTHERN CONFERENCE RELAYS Coach Shively took three of his star performers, Thomasson, Owens, and Urevig, to th-e' relays where the cream of the Southern cinder paths was gathered to compete. In the record- breaking meet the Wildcats scored three points. These were registered by Wayman Thomasson, who took third place in the half-mile journey. At the end of the season, letters were awarded to Captain Roy Kavanaugh, Wayman Thomasson, Clyde Jones, Tom Cochran, Fred McLane, Noble VVest, Haskell Smithers, Claude Urevig, and Captain-elect Hays Owens. 287 as J auf ,. EE ii: Q - 1 N- J-. t Q g Q 'il ' it X- : Y - ,L.M.l. 4 V v A i mk revig, . . f-3-V' 19" v n93oKEN1UuuAn W ij f 1 Q , - I N -cane 3. . 9- e in 1 jx ll ' ll . I' .I ' 1 . 4 I , ' 1 FROSH TRACK SQUAD I I U .I Qumwxuv or Wn nom' FRAQK Smsorx Q wnnv, 'l'c nn. ' 1 1, .. 39 - C' town ' 1 lt -' . . . McL'1ne . . . Ou ens . I'h0l'Tl'lSSOIl . ,ones . . . . Crimson . . - Cochr'1n . . . VVest . . . Smither . . . Iq'lV'll1'lllf.,h . 'I'w1ddell . . . . Ruttencutter . , Hurris . . . . 'VI'Ixson Dunn . Im - 41-I 151-1 - - E4 "-Includes three points in Southern Conference meer. 2 , xtfw " l I 3 5 I I' Q-1 W , ' Y 1 N . I I 1' V ll 'l'1 r h IU- , nf 1' ' 'l'ul.xl - I0 5 I5 914 A . ' ' - I5 8 3 5 8 39 ' U f . 10 '8 5 8 31 ' . ' . . . IO 3 IO 5 3 l N I - 8 3 3 3 I7 l w I - 7 4' , I ' - 5 5 3 15 . 8 IM 9 ' . 3 5 8 ' . . 4 ' . . 3 3 6 , Wiemun . . . 3 3 - - - 6 1 '. 3 3 6 - - ' 5 S ' - 3 3 1 ' ' 3 3 ' 3 3 ' 0 x X I I , 1 5 U 88 5 lt A 'I N. - , 3 ---- ,f v' ,-yn' V 1 ,L f ' 'J 4 "W "'. e -1 l930 KENIULKIANK E , fi-' if V if 2 x A .x 1. .x 1. In 12 - x.'J fm Q! fi . I I .I I. ., 9 Q AF i Vaursmty 'lllenms Coach H H Downing and his 1929 racqueteers brought to Kentucky the court championship of Kentucky and 1n addition registered four notable victories over out- of-state teams The record book for the season shows a total of thirteen triumphs and only two losses a record of which the team and its coach may be justly proud.. The athletic committee awarded varsity letters to the following tennis players: 'Captain Dwight Hammersley Captain-elect Rawlings Ragland, Clay Brock, Carey Spicer Joe Kee Earl Senff and Bruce Calkins manager Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky T1-Ir SEASON s REsuLTs Union Maryville Howard Alabama Georgia Tech Berea . Berea Georgetown Georgetown Centre Union College Louisville Hanover College St Xavier 20 11 iiiiii ii 4 I .:""s " v 1930 KENHICKIAN v Q i Q .N - A - N - .I - Il . 'x I' l I N 5 !'. 3 . ! ! 9, .J ' .1 .. 'iifiif l . .53 1 . . . .og . l .. .. og ' .. jg 1: .1123 12: Q N 1 .3125 ii. ': Kentucky: Centre . , . . .75 . . 1: 1:22 D ' .. ..4g . ' 9 :1A::: ' 5. 1 5 i v 1. 1 ...:-- v 1930 KENWLKIAN f - 1- X ,- iv .M t . 1 1 I . s I I 1 n v I o 1 1 1 i 1 'a r I 'U 1 I 4 1 lo 1 il l 1 ,J -1iv'3'frJl.i'i:i2-i fr , i Freshman V Tennis i The yearling racquet and ball men tried to match in victories the l N success of the varsity stars but they failed chiefly because of the strength ' of the St. Xavier high school team from. Louisville. The frosh en- gaged in five matches and the only two losses are blamed upon the A Saints, who overcame the Kentucky opposition with ease. The Kittens played two matches against the Georgetown high team, winning both T of them, and one against the Centre Looies, which was also entered . in the win column. The other match with the young Colonels was ' cancelled because of rain. The numeral men in this sport were: Cap- tain Farquhar, Gfroerer, Yates, Kee. and Yeager. .I 291 ,I . I' A I x'?-if ir: --i. N' ' Qf ,, "' v mo KENIUCKIAN Y so X.- Wayman 'Thomasson Wayman Thomasson, one-half and one-quarter mile track star on the University of Kentucky team, holds the one-half mile amateur record in the state of Kentucky from the Ashland, Ken- tucky, amateur track meet, and has only been defeated once in a dual meet in his college career, having finished third in the one-half mile run in the Southern Conference meet at Birm- ingham, Alabama, last year. Thomasson is a Senior this year and is closing a scintillating career on the cinder path. He won every race in which he was entered during his Freshman year and was high point man on the Freshman team. He came second to the great Bill Gess, Kentucky's former captain, in several races and he is doing great things in this spring season. , I I C 292 I I. I. I. I. I 4 I O 1 1 l I V I I I I 0 1 I. I l I 'I x,fw N ' it ,, Z 1 n '-.1 41A--. ' . , -se 1 1 1-T-, Emu rw, 1 J s - ,leg 1' ' ,-LF' -1-fk . fp wani- , ,., g,..-.. -.1-0 . ::-av wi- . 55: i J":. 95 I wx Q J-A. ACTIVITIES S1930 KENIUIZKIANF - ,jk v xv, v 3 9 x L ,. tg , .I ' I. n n. I If 1. figjl I f ' f! A 1 V I I I .l l 0 These Jokes UWB have been sub- mitted by various students of the uni- versity in the hope that someone will get a 1- from them Any way here s hovmg JOKE EDITOR The radiators in the Kappa house have been removed since the pledging of Mary King. We find three classes of girls at Ken- tucky-the beautiful, the intellectual and the majority ANOTH ER SLOTCH JOKE my table? demanded the girl at the charity fair. Because I only buy from the homel girls said Mc They have a harder time making sales The girl was not offended and the man worked the game right down the ine SPEAKING or VACCINATIONS Nice car you have I ir'1Y I ' What did dad want to see you for 7" 'He wanted to know if my intentIoIIs were strictly honorable' "Well, are they ?' ' ANOTHER FUNNY AD 'Get baby ready for cold weather. To make them is foolish economy when you can buy them for less than mate- rials cost. A co-mplete assortment now on display. A. T. O.: 'What do you mean by telling me that the dates you had with were like a string of pearls? A. D. T.: ' Neekless, dearie, neck- ess. "Had a date with Sis last night." "No foolin'?" "Oh, a little." 2 EVER THINK or THIS? The traditional fool and his money 'Ire lucky to hive got together in the first place. Morris Whereja get the bump? Bob Night Club Morris Where was the night club?' ' Bob' In he cops hand Bromo What is your idea of har- mony7 Adcock a polka dot dress leading a giraffe A freckle-faced girl with W1 er-proof pants for the football men Louise Oh the big babies Dean Anderson Every man Ill this crowd could get a Job with the city if he wanted it"' Smith Isnt that a rather sweep- ing statement W SOUNDS FISHY I Co-ed You had some fresh shrimp here last week Tavern Manager 'Yes, ma'am, but I fired both of them I always thought you we1'e a geII- tleman, wept a D. D. D. as he let her out of the car in front of the house at elven oclock and now I know it." I find reason to complain, young man. All spring you had a cold' all summer you had laryngitis, and now, havent you got a fine ease of hay fever? Yes, sir, athma weakness now. Jagoe: See that D. Z.? Her face is her fortune." Vest: "Yeah and it runs into a nice figure." '7- Xf ,- X 11 111.111 - l 0 . . . . A ' - -I,- . 4 . - '- . , .. 3 H I ru I S cn ' - -Y ' Q - . I 3- . 'Q .zen . Q . 'J-. R F? 'A '- 'S '4 'K 'K ' R14 ' 'A . -x -Q '-. -. O . 'K w -A -t .t ' ' : A ., - ., , ., . '- U- . 'Q 'A W . 'K " 'K li 'A -4 -Q A U' 4 O . Q .- Q 3 SD '- :.'. G9 . ' IE 9 . m ' W Z '4 ff ,FH IZ l"' R : .. ,, 0 A . bv f5 " 'K " H X ,, D" 1 : ' " -E' . ', . " P : -s - " '- - .. .. ui . - Z 2 2 2 A .5 A A N A ITN - ' . 6 : ' H 2 : W '4 2 '4 " 'K " - -A, E -A +4 'A "'.. 'N 'A 'A D .. 'A ,l 'A S -x -A -4 2 2 :aa - ,. '4 '4 'A ' 'A 'x S--Q 'A ': x U8 .. rf ' c :n Z Q .5 5 . . fo . G . ' :. Q . .:E .: A I ' 'Q 1' 'f f J" 'li Q - Il i m? -1 v waonEN1UUuAnfi fr' Q .l A 5 vb i 1 - Q Q - 1 - - . . 4 . -I .r Stewart Augustus: "You would never think this car was a second-hand one, would you ?" Georgetta Walke1': "No, it looks as though you had made it yourself." 1 1 1 Frosh: "I got O on in intelligence ,Y y test. Soph: "That makes you just a half wit." ' 1 1 1 If you never saw that kind of dancing -it's Collegiate. 1 1 1 Saint Peter was interviewing a fair damsel at the pearly gates: "Did you ever do any necking, pet- ting, drinking or smoking while you were on earth?" . "Never," she replied. "You should have reported here be- fore," said Pete. "You have been dead a long time." 1 1 1 CAMPUS DEFINITIONS Stag-The Co-eds delight, except when he is the man she thought would ask her. Open House-Closed to all who can not beg, borrow or steal a bid. Ink-A very Hlling thing ffor a fountain penj. Living Room-A good place to go when you have a date and are broke. John: "Oh, darling! Why did you ever fall for me ?" Mary: "I guess your line was just low enough to trip over." 1 1 1 The difference between the olden days and the present days is that women used to faint, now they pass out. 1 1 1 Willie: "Did Mr. Edison make the first talking machine, pa?" Pa: "No, my son. God made the first talking machine, but Mr. Edison made the first one that could be shut off." 1 1 1 Latest Scotch joke: "Genuine-Bottled in Bond." FOOTWEAR THAT IS ALWAYS CORRECT Style, Service, Value Baynham Shoe Co. East Main, Near Lime LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Look for the Florsheim Sign BECKER "Cleaners That Satisfy" 212 S. Lime , LEXINGTON, KY. N 'lf-f ,N it - M ----- vf . H5 v wan KENIUUIIAN f -2'..'-" I Major Cbumping into lamp postl: "Excuse me." fliumping into hydrantj : 'Excuse me, little boy." fBumping into second lamp postj: "Well, I guess that I'll just sit down and wait until the crowd passes." 1 1 1 Manager: "I advise you to let the vil- lain shoot himself instead of taking poison." Frankie Davidson fauthor of playlz "Really? Why do you suggest that ?" Maiiagerz "It will wake the audience up.n 1 1 1 Salvation Army headquarters received a telephone message, the gist of which was: "Is this the Salvation Army?" HYeq ,! Transylvania Printing Company Incorporated 108 N. UPPER STREET The Wildcat Lair Where You Are Always Welcome COME IN AND EAT WITH US "Do you save women.?" "Yes." "Then, save me one: I'll be right over for her." y 1 1 1 Some people reduce by exercising- others eat at the University Cafeteria. 1 1 1 A little loving now and then Is relished by the best of men. But if the truth you only knew, We'd find the women love it, too. 1 1 1 Ragman: "Any old clothes, any old shoes ?" Major Wigglesworth: "Noi Get away from hereg this is the Sigma Nu house." Ragman: "Any old'bottles?" 1 1 1 gktor: "A horse! My kingdom for a orse.' Morris Smith Cfrom the galleryjz "Will a jackass do?" Actor: "Sure3 come right down." 1 1 1 ' First Burglar: "Where have you been?" His Partner: "Robbing the Sigma Chi house." First Burglar: "Did'a lose an- ' I! J Y thing? 1 1 1 Rex Allison: "My good fellow, how did you happen to be lying in the gut- ter?" Merle Gunkle: "Ish all right, brother: I jush shaw two lamposh and leanded 'gainsh th' wrong one." 3 N Qtr? 4 lt ' -A v .M ' ---W J .1 A i f E154 if iiaiiihv 113 i "Did you see Dante's Inferno?" "No, I heard it was a helluva pic- ture." 1 1 1 Parson: "Din Wiest, does your daugh- ter trust in God P" Dr. Wiest: "She must, judging from the company she keeps." 1 1 1 Se1'vant: "The doctor is here, sir." Absent-minded Professor: "I can't see him. Tell him that I am sick." 1 1 1 Gunkle: "I'm going to Paris next summer and get my clothes." J. Epps: "I often wondered where you kept them." 1 1 1 Callaway Cat football gamej : "Do you know Spicer? He is going to be our best man before long Heavenridge Oh Skinny what '1 nice way to propose' Such fun, this job-hunting' You know, being a college man, I never wear '1 hat Yesterday I was standing in a bookshop waiting to be hired, when a lady came in, picked up a book and handed me two dollars Today I 'lm going to loiter in a piano store J. Phipps walking down Lime . Say, you would never think that this street used to be '1 cow path. T Phipps Oh I don t knowg look '1 he calves. v mo KENIUQKIANK Babe Wright freading telegram from his girlj: "Gosh, I never saw anything to beat it." Red Thompson: "VVhat's the matter, Babe?" ' Babe: "She can't even send a telegram without saying 'stop' after every sen- tence." 1 1 1 Member Qin fraternity meetingj: "We need a cuspidorf' Fraternity President: "I appoint Brother Jones as cuspidorf' I 1 1 1 Angry Mother: "I'll teach you to kiss my daughter!" Al Kikel: "No you won't3 I've al- ready learncdfl DODGE BROTHERS CARS TRUCKS BUSSES Goon USED CARS Terms-Trad e Goodwm Brothers Incorporated You Will Always Find a Warm Welcome at THORPE S LEARBURY AND soc1ETY BRAND CLOTHES R S Tl'l0rpe and S0115 Inca rporuted The Men s Store of Lexington N1 If' ig X - 1 ii 5 Q - 3 - - 11 .4 s ?g?j,?? 3379 .n , , , cc . , , c H . 1 1 1 o .l . ' 1 - C Q 9 I K Q! 9 H 1 1 1 Q N c i I u ' D 0 1 , . : U , ' ef 9 9: I .tt . " I .l 4 1' A 'n S I - - g il Q! -.f - 131930 KENIUCKIAN Y "' K- f . While the Lexington Leader DELIC S I entertains positive convictions I ' on all subjects of State and I C Q Nation-wide importance, its ' editorial policy is influenced ' .I by a desire to be absolutely , l' , fair, to be informative, and to There 5 e DIXIE D eater I l promote the moral, social, and N 641' Yvu , x economic welfare of the L Z home-loving reader. Enjoy ' E' DIXIE THE ICE CREAM "Made With Blue Grass LEADER Cream" Wilbiir Frye: "Men of my type are L.: "And am I the first girl you ever l not running loose." loved ?" Ed Templin: "Of course not: that is C.: "Wei-l-1, nog but I am harder to what the police department is for." please than I used to be." ' 1 1 1 . I 1 1 1 , N Frank Davidson: "My ancestors came 'u OVCI' in the MaYH0WCf-ii Ed: "Why on' earth do you keep on ' Edna Smith: "It's a good thing they going to these beaffh Parties? ,I did: the immigration laws are so much Co-ed: "Because I like to." l more strict now." Ed: "Like to What?,, Q v l 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 , ! Once it was "kiss and make-up". ' - . . . Crady: "Let's get married on Friday ' NOW it is kiss and makeup' the Thirteenth, just to show that we are 1 p ' 1 f f above superstition." Q ' L-I "Then WC IWC engaged im Sponsor: "Good-then we will have . 'l C.: "Of course.' something to blame it on." fl A , - I-an --- vf X! .f'9f ,gil l e Z me , e L '-5' 131930 Kmwuuixn fi -Q Chipps: "These modern girls don't N want to get married." ' Georgia: "How's that ?" .I Chipps: "I've asked them." ' g n 1 , 1 COMPLIMENTS ,Q ,I or I. A Some laugh to grow fat, i 5. A ' Some cry to get thing . . If you don't like our jokes, ', . Try handing some in. 'i jr I 1 f f HOTEL if - NOTE: These jokes C???J have been I' approved by the faculty of the Univer- I. n sity of Kentucky as being Ht and proper " for the modern university or college boy I , or girl, pupil or student. " l I. LET Us KNOW WHEN IN NEED jf . OF THE FOLLOWING 5' ' University Stationery Memory Books I ' University Pennants Caps and Gowns ' University Pillows University Jewelry ,I CONKLIN, PARKER, AND sl-IEAFFER . '- t FOUNTAIN PENS ', CAMPUS BOOKSTORE -N Owned and Operated By ' y THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY ' I! CARRIE BEAN, Manager " il Il. 'o : N. A A 1 I 4 I T I VI Q n Z '11 ,,, J E FF nk Y: ' .. rw 51 ar Q U1 2 .4 v-4 w -1 fe, 3 PU e DA O 97 5 E' V9 72 L! Q Q 75 E. m "V rr-I Q w P' Da. '11 99 Q5 '51 Z ' fr X' Z Q '-U U 5 595. MS' v-4 'E 'N' Q I1 N - ' Eemlswm gQ.,2.ms-pq 2 N E Q ' Z j CD P1 5 3 S.. 'Ng Q 5 izllaff Rf "' sb 2 N agp 1 2 1 Q O g 3: '51 Q 3 , ' 3 U W Q Q Q. G 2 + l'. 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