University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY)

 - Class of 1931

Page 1 of 304

 

University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collection, 1931 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1931 Edition, University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1931 Edition, University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1931 Edition, University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1931 Edition, University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1931 Edition, University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1931 Edition, University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1931 Edition, University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1931 Edition, University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1931 Edition, University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1931 Edition, University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1931 Edition, University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1931 Edition, University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 304 of the 1931 volume:

'Z fzfff iis- , "-'- , ' ff LIER 'f if , WI : If ' V V -n-"', -'-1-,,,.4 Tx- '--I -.--""f' v-,,,,......"""1 I m Nj ,,,-- f Z Q Nlf l ,1 Q 'f xx "X Q- 5 x-s 5 ' Q! "X Q X' h. 146 nf 1 , . yllfg vig ,-R',.-,,,I'-' g X lg Aff i f fl M 47 1 Hzx Enlmn 1.1 S gp, f ff' , X W Ni Y X E. Lge 51 - S- if -fit' gl f Theme The spirit of a new Kentucky permeates this, the 1931 presentation of the Kentuckian. The senior class, stand- ing at the very beginning of a new era, looks forward through the changing spectrum of today to the future which is ours, and in a manner known only to youth, has visualized that future in the pages of this year book. This changing world Will greet us as We leave the safe and friendly confines of our campusg so, with the un- conquerable spirit of youth we have attempted to depict the future of this volume, hoping to prepare ourselves to meet it, squarely and unafraid. f.-57's g 1, it f 1 Xrx N ,ff SX 2 .--4 S X NN l J 1 1 Contents University ..... Classes . . . Features . . Organizations . . Athletics . Activities . . . - 1.73 Page 11 Page 19 Page 81 Page 113 Page 210 Page 250 1 n l 1 4 l I in ii 1 X l X A ,W it U J, - ' , ,I ,F DEDICATIQII To Frederick Paul Anderson, dean of the College of Engineering, University of Kentucky, for more than a generation in the fore- front of educators in America engaged in the training of en- gineers g a leader of men, imbued With that genuine sympathy for his fellows that has led him to sacrifice much for their Well-being 5 Whose vision of a greater Kentucky, and through her and by her aid, if not indeed by her leadership, a greater nation, whose fine sense of justice and abiding impulse toward kindness have singled him out as a man revered by manly men, whose loyalty to our Alma Mater throughout the most fruitful years of a tense and forceful life, have been the generous envy and the admiration of his comrades, this yearbook of 1931 is affectionately dedicated. 1.73 iq UNIVERSITY fix All X When -- reels r eets - reek VV hen Greek meets Greek, no matter where or when They forge a chain, the fellowship of men- Too strong or true for words of tongue or peng Knowing that each other has been 'a chosen man, Q Knowing that each other is scion of a clan, Though each has worshipped at an alien shrine, Back in the dear old days of Auld Lang Syne. When Greek meets Greek, it is no matter where The Stranger comes from, we are welcome there-M Although our badge be cross, or shield, or square. For hearts beat ever high and handclasps true, Though Sigma Chi be he, or Sigma Nu, Phi Delt, Phi Gam, or Dekeg And college dreams that bless and sometimes burn, Like half-forgotten memories return, When Greek meets Greek. lls ull tl X . -,I g Af 5 N 9 QQ Q . .4 C' ' 4 Jn jH enu11f1at111 W 19 1f u'fe5sm'1: A. ill. flllliillven' T lglrnfcasur Ernrritus nf 0521111199 w f : , , , , , 4 dl 1 ? 1, JH ifgrllxavh gan g5IlI"IIfh K Uflaxss nf'ZIl1 linhwt vc 1+lH.ciH9l 1u' 1fg , 17 Glass uf '15 1 ,iH1lTl7Fi75 Snriily Glass nf 'fill V ' 4 I I X f E51p5F'i "" ' ' I 6ifI.rf:.1 :E -117' -'f - 1 -1-f-ffm--KZ, f -. ' 'ff' ' 1 1s5i?'f5IYff , I . A 0 7.,1,,, . KF' ., N .1 .mlml ,.- , f 2 -EL :gr 'W AN INVITING SPOT ?'v5e5:3iHEE'?2-' ff11-ei'-,f-uf?-ai-'SQL.61-f.'FifE11wfT:5j1f:i:'51'f'sg,-E5 ' ' A --"" I 'C "AW" 1 'T f ' ' , + fE3i1?3ff5'.Qh?'!ivx 4 A' ' M ' 'D ' ' I , . M f W .733 31 Y f vi' rue' :Q-..f ,-:fig -sz:---H-if- ,jW 7- - Q H .' 17 .Q RFK- QEQF' pifgg . 1 - ,.,v,..,,q.x.- ',, '- wif" uw ww N -.f 4-, H , .r, BJ 1' RW. ga MAIN DRIVE T s , Id 3 ,W R 1-- ME, 516 E F, 5 35 2 E U:-5... M W- ww -.- , 2: ik ': - i f W::,:Nv, Y T' , V '1,5M:4:-,1':3ENii ' j. ,.,,,g,,, ,gf-W , I fm uw E T-U26 5 1 -N 1 ,A , E, M - , , -, R V W 5 11, ' - X. ,1 Xu MH uf . 1 , ,M:g,,, , H1 H1 H H X H X uw mn. ww w w w uw H m uw I - -, im, Www Mm NL X , , , , wx - Wmfw 3 .. 1, Q" u H ' " mm ' mf H" ,. 1 A I LLW,. V Q 1 L N H H 5' V ' .. , E , Xi W H M w: uw! W H , 1 , w.-if MH W ' ' mx ww 4,-E - u M - aj MEMORIAL HALL H., , ,gf -po- xs?K....,..an! Q 4 , Y -1 -' f 1 U w ,, w M' 4 w MAXWELL PLACE 4'- xx? .l L imp, W fb -24 ivgi fl rf? A"' ' fi? Q mv J f - -- , ',, ', . : W , w - H 4351 ,m f V 5 3' V Fi' 'I' cfs t if f f-' -fi, fb ' 19' ,,L , H 1, FA- Yi- J-:"!"Ld W' , M25 7 .fi U: NAV., .n - if ',.' 'ffzfgg?:'if -QLA ' if ,..- .F ffffl wi 2. ,ff K gn' .5 ' 11 J 141 f X ,, XX jfil President Frank LeRonc1 II1cUeq 1' Z X f .- X X Cfhe Campus Beautiful fBy Horace Minerj It is a long step back to the time when the Indians roamed our campus instead of students, but such a time there was when this region was the "dark and bloody ground." Among the pio- neers pushing into the wilderness in search of home sites was John Maxwell, whose fancy was so struck by the blue grass soil that he staked his claim to 1,000 acres south of the street which now bears his name. As he and his companions were lounging around their campfire one warm June evening in 1775 discussing what to name the fort they planned to build, John Maxwell, having just heard of the iirst Revolutionary battle, sprang up crying, f'Let's call it Lexing- ton, in memory of the first blood shed for the ' ' ft' ,-G 725'-r-r CAZVIPUS LAKE in the Morrill Act which was passed by the Na- tional Congress in 1862. This act provided for the division of certain public lands among the states in proportion to their representation in Congress, and stated that these lands were to be used for the founding and maintenance of at least one college specializing in agriculture and mechanic arts. Kentucky's 330,000 acre land endowment was sold for the small sum of 3165,- O00. The Agricultural and Mechanical College was thus forced to make its start in 1865 united with Kentucky University, now Transylvania. This union was broken in 1880 and with the aid of a small state tax and the donation of a 52 acre city park and 350,000 by Lexington and Fayette county, the college began life practical- ly anew. It was this revived A. and M. College f-ef A. K M. COLLEGE BUILDING cause of liberty." Thus our University stands on the land of the pioneer who paid this great tribute to the American Revolution. John and Sarah Maxwell, the first newly-Weds in Lex- ington fort, were also the iirst to venture out of its protective bounds to build their log home where Patterson Hall now stands. Maxwe1l's Woods cove1'ed what is now our campus, and was the fair ground and favorite picnicking place of early Lexingtonians, but it has as well more sombre memories since soldiers were mo- bilized here for the nation's greatest struggles. The seed of origin of the University of Kentucky may be found, as with most state universities, s,,,,,io,,x OLD MAXWELL SPRING , X 1 ? X NATURAL SCIENCE BUILDING uate School. Let us stroll through the broad gate into our campus and note the various parts of this great factory called the University of Kentucky. Before us is the old Education building, now used in the production of his- torians, welfare workers, and philosophers, while located in its depths is the Extension De- partment, the binding post from which lines of contact run to all parts of the state, Con- tinuing up the drive, we mark the Armory and Alumni Hall whose products are soldiers by the squadful and healthy Christian young men and women, for these are the centers for the Mili- tary Department, the Department of Athletics for Women, the Y. W., and Y. M. C. A. The Administration building, now shorn of its cupola and covered with vines, is the engine giving forth all executive power. It contains the of- fices of the president and deans of men and X x v Efizzlzfi-Yr' J, . ,Q 7' 'Af '7l7I?li'T'1 '1l'f9f"2 it , 4- if f 5. -, f .... A Warmth W ? ' 23 W Lkk- ......., gum will , '- :!..,,g"LV!.,vl:l:iA- ., M, . ' ' .' f f- 'h"' S ' - e ' -LQ .i. -new ,-., .2L..,:.11f' 'ma-K' MEN'S GYMNASIUM BUILDING Q 1 at ' vi .r QW' F , 7 X i-X which appeared on the crest of the hill which was once Maxwell's Woods, to grow under the guiding hand of President James Kennedy Pat- terson. The college consisted of a main build- ing, now the Administration buildingg a dormi- tory, now White Hall, and the presidents home, now tenanted by Prof. Walter K. Patterson. With the addition of the College of Law the name was changed to State College of Kentucky in 1908, and, in 1918, with the appointment of Pres. Frank LeRond McVey, it was given the broader name, University of Kentucky. The present University, which is still growing rapidly under the watchful eye of President McVey, in- cludes the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Agriculture, the College of Engineer- ing, the College of Law, the College of Educa- tion, the College of Commerce, and the Grad- WHITE HALL women. Here are the halls where strings of raw material await their first contact with the factory in the form of the registrar's and busi- ness offices. Above, near the silent enclosure of the reading room, Teutonic tongues speak of beer and pretzels, and future politicians hov- er like swallows under the eaves of the great building. Continuing on our way, we note a knot of students arguing day in and day out- they are the lawyers and judges of tomorrow and this is the Law building, once used by the chemists, when that department was in embryo. All graduate roads lead to the Natural Science building with the Graduate School in its foun- dations, the first floor writhing with snakes, the next full of skeletons and rocks, and the next wild with waggling tongues-Romance tongues. What is this building which is enter- Paw 171 I Z f ,.. A ed by students with sore thumbs and haggard faces? The first go to the Hygiene Clinic, the latter go on upstairs to the Psychology Depart- ment and Bureau of Personnel. It is Neville Hall, once a dormitory, now a body and brain hospital. Across the campus is another of the old dormitories and one of the original build- ings, White Hall, from which emerge shrewd business men. If we go back of the building we will find blossoming botanists slipping out that way to visit the botanical garden. Look- ing down upon the lower campus, we note the Memorial Stadium and in the place where the old campus lake once rippled we see the Men's Gymnasium. VVho are these aesthetic men we discern wandering among the athletes? Oh. they are future futuristic artists who have strayed from their Art Center, perhaps in search NEW EDUCATION BUILDING nation in the World War. Nea1'by is that part of the plant which turns out the sons of the soil which have made Kentucky so famous, the Agri- cultural building. As a by-product we have wives who can cook. Opposite the Administra- tion building is land that was once a work- house quarry, and in turn a dump, but has now evoluted far enough to turn out tillers of the fertile brain. Here stands the beautiful new Teachers' Training building. Returning to the heart of the campus, we stop to look again at that little gem, the old library. Beyond it we see rising, immense, the new library, the latest triumph of President McVey. When this lirst half of the million-volume library is completed, the old building will be transformed into a museum, keeping alive by-gone days just as the campus will always treasure and keep alive by-gone memories. f WENDT HALL of the girls' dormitories which lie beside it, As an artist enters the art building we wonder if he could be an actor in the little theater. Re- crossing the campus, a grotesque figure catches our eye. It is the replica of an old iron monger's sign in Assisi and is hung before the entrance to Wendt Forge Shop. Future engineers, but pres- ent dirty faced lads, run through its rooms and those of Mechanical Hall and other associated buildings. In the vicinity are shops which manufacture mine1's, physicists, civil engineers, chemists, mathematicians, journalists, and nov- elists. We pause for tea at Maxwell Place, the president's residence, and then pass on to the home of blessed sleep, the men's dormitories. This spire rising before us is that of Memorial Hall, a tribute to those men who turned from intellectual training to answer the call of the OLD LIBRARY BUILDING K 116 X fl CLASSES T N V I I X E A '1 5. ...Liar--.-- , L. 1 E N Y 1 I i V , i x , w 1 X w ? I S F, T-, I wr ' I x il , S X... ga H I 1 f A I I Y 'll ll I LQJN W -fig' lL4 f - x , l Hisiorq of C ass of 31 cBy Pat Rankin? HE CLASS OF 1931 is by far the most notable and brilliant class that has ever been graduated by the University of Kentucky. It is a characteristic, true of all classes, and it is to be feared that the iniqui- tious schemers of 1932 will supplant our high place and oblit- erate our glory. If it failed in this it would not be a normal aggregation of intellectual neophytes. It would go down in history as a dismal failure and mar the beauty of an other- wise harmonious ascension. In 1927 a heterogeneous group of innocent children of un- broken faith found their devious Ways to this University in a hope of quenching their thirst for knowledge and satisfying their diverse desires for intellectual achievement at a cataract of erudition. After a residence of two or three short years they discovered to their dismay that they were living in an intellectual Sahara containing an occasional oasis wherein dwelt a teacher giving abundantly to all who came seeking his aid. They learned that they were the victims of an hierarchy of Ph. D.'s and their ignominious assistants. Despite these seemingly insuperable difficulties we have brushed a rough exterior until it shines and sparkles, not too brilliantly, but with a persistent permanence which will stand us well in a world which is neither good nor evil, but hard and appallingly indifferent. When a score of years has passed the surviving members of the Class of '31 may occasionally reminisce. Some may even come back and find themselves woefully out of place, for Ken- tucky is an ever changing matrix of various dimensions, suit- able to the necessities of the moment. 1 , '51 Ax S If L '--4 A9' X. ggtlliilllll Qllelss Mffircrs BILL YOUNG President Business lvigr. Kentuckian N W MARGARET CUNDIFF A ViC0-p1'CSid0llU MILDRED LITTLE ' Secretary CHARLES REIDINGER Treasurer FRANCES HOLLIDAY Gif torian - PAT GRIGSBY Orutor MAE BRYANT P0611 MORTON WALKER Prophet REX ALLISON Editor Keutuckinu . PAT RAN KIN A 1-Ilsto1'ia.n QNO picturej w f 5 I. E I' 1? A M - - ALFRED J. ANDREWS, JR. A. B. W. E. ANNA AXA A. B. WOODFORD ATHERTON A. B. QB ll FRANCES BARKER A. B. W. A. A. M. L. BARNES 'BKT A. B. ROBERT T. BAUGHMAN KA A. B. Football 29 F. LOUISA BICKEL KA ARTS ARD SCIEHCES 1.1- COLLEGE Lexington Ashland Livermore Lexington Beaver Dam Stanford Huntington, W. Va. A. B. 93111 Morten' Board, Pun-Hellenic Council EDWARD F. BEESE Toledo, Ohio A. B. ELIZABETH BOND XS? Elizabethtown A. B. JOHN D. BREEDING ATA Lexington A. B. MAE BRAYANT ZTA A Louisville A. B. Mortar Board, Fleur-de-lis Club, W. S. G. A., W. A. C., W. A. A.. Guignol, Eine Team, English Club - ,,,.--'g ' X L, If - 1 R" X MALINDA BUSH KKI' Lexington A. B. E. R. CADDEN EN Greenup A. B. HAYS B. CALLIHAN Kimbrell A. B. Glee Club, Band, Guignol DOROTHY D. CARR B20 Lexington A. B. Xifll ODI' KATHERINE D. CARR Lexington A. B. XAfIH President Phi Sigma P1 RICHARD C. CARR Depoy A, B. MARY C. CARTER Lexington B. S.1l1 Music Co-ed Bzmdg Glcc Club, French Club JOE CHEINLAELT 'MH Richmond ' ELIZABEHT-IBD. CLO Baldwin, N. Y. NAT GOI-121. TEII Lexington JAMES W. COLLIER BAE Paris - i' zlm 1 X ll ff i 1 LEROY COMBS fl,2IK A. B. J. EDWIN CONBOY A. B. SAX Kernel, Kentuckian JOE FRANK CONLEY QPEIK A. B. 'DMA MARTHA COUTY AZ A. B. Martha Washington College '28-'29 MARGARET CUNDIFF AFA A. B. 92141 XAKD A. C. JAMES BEATTY DAVIS KIJKT A. B. PAUL DAVISSON ATA B. S. in Zoology HBH Pre-Medical Society, Kernel Staff PHOEBE DIMOCK KA A. B. VIRGINIA DOUGHERTY 1'IBfI1 A. B. IPB GEKI1 Sponsor, W. A. C. l CATHERINE W. DULANEY A. B. W. H. DYSARD EN A. B. Football Four Years, Debating Kernel, Kentuckian, Guignol, Glec Club Debating Team, Associate K81'HC1Edit0F, Prestonsburg South Bend, Ind. Carlisle Greenwood, Miss. Lexington Strollers. SuKy. Mortar Board, Kernel, Board Student Publications, Junior Class Vice-president, Kentuckian Pan-aHel1enic, President Alpha Gfanima Delta, Guignol, W. Lexington Fairmont, W. V.a Lexington Lexington Girls Band, Band Cincinnati, Ohio Ashland IPage 24 Lg is V ERNA M. EDSTER Lexington ' 'f A. B. '- JULIAN ELLIOTT KA Lancaster A. B. Keys. Mystic 13, Lamp and Cross. St.udent.Counei1, Law J0lll'113l Staff CALLIE D. ELMORE Irvine A. B. 'DEH MORRIS FARBER Lexington B. S. ,-lP!"w MABEL C. FISHER Millersburg A. B. Co-cd Band. Glce Club WILEY L. FORMAN Lexington A. B. fIvMA Band N UMIA L. FOUTS Russell 0 A. B. G GLADYS EQBQNETT Lexington fx X X KIPME A I , vs' W. A. A. Council, W,.A. A. Nu1ne1'a.1 'L ' . I: Q ' " -' ii- i f- 1,7 -sw 1 iii ' n , . R. J. GIBSON IIKA C111C111l'l3,f,1,0hiO " Qjffi-2 . Q. '," ig gm: A- B- " i .'Q...,,' A-J ' 'ig Q 3331'- SUKY, Captain Truck '1'ea.n1 ' N' ' ,r l H gig." -.I,ir1', 53.1 fag -:-. ' ,, E' A akfrzf, EVA BELLE GORDON Lexin 'n " :': -... if? x A. B. g on Lf Fifi '. ' ,. -1-213, J - ' if :ff .HE ' ' - "L l N, MARJORY C. GOULD East Hartford, Conn. Qji ie lgf A-B- Jim! E , lf' V if fl. XM, A ' E . 1- Spanish Club, Glee Club . , ' 1 "--W-gnu. .9112-Z. .bf 1 -..f nm , 1' .. A V ,569 , .Y , ,r , Page 251 E is f l .X! 3 'XE ir xx FRED GROSS -IIAH Hazard A. B. MARY VIRGINIA HAILEY KA Cincinnati, Ohio A. B. H2242 fl'B W. A. A. Cabinet. Glee Club, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, French Club. Philosophian. Stollers. Aln1aMagnaMater, Kernel, Kentuckian, History Club, Mortar Board. Pan-Politllcon, W. A. C. MARY VIVIAN HAINES AEA EWi1'lg A. B. LLOYD ELLIS HAMILTON Skaggs A. B. BERYL M. HARDY LeXiI'lgb0l'1 1lsB B, S. in Music President Girls' Band, Glee Club, French Club ELIZABETH L. HARTNELL Cheltenham, Md. A. B. JACK D. HAYS IDX McKee A. B. HBH Pre-Medical Society MARY GRACE HEAVENRIDGE XS! Spencef, Ind. B. S. in Music 111B Snroller Eligible FRANCES HENRY KA Greenville,-Miss. A. B. ' Associate Editor Kentuckian, Spanish Club, History Club, Y. W. C. A., Stroller Eligible, Philosophian, Kernel, Class Editor Kentuckian FRANCES L. HOLLIDAY Jackson A. B. 924' Mortar Board, Kernel, Kentuckian. Stoller, Managing Ed- itor Kernel, Giftorian, W. A. C., N. C. P. A. l MARY COLE HOLLOWAY KKI' Lexington ' A. B. r l I X MORRIS R. HOLTZCLAW Lancaster A. B. CALLOWAY CRAWFORD HOSKIN S AX Beattyville A. B. Senior Football Manager '31, National President Black- guard HALLIE HOWARD AEA Cynthiana A. B. MARGARET HOWgARD AAA Harlan A. B. KENNETH A. HOWE Lexington Campus Club. Pitkin Club '29-'30-'31, Henry Clay Law So- ciety '30-'31. LEON ORA ALICE I-IOWE Lexington B. s. BALLARD HUNTER Woods A. B. LUCIAN WHITMORE IMES -I-KT Almo A. B. HUGH R. JACKSON fb3K Lexington LBJICCS MARTHA KENDALL JOLLY Fairfield A. B. EDNA JONES .APA Lexington . ' 27. 1.47 K 'S fig' - sg- A. B. R. JOE KEE AX 5 N A. B, GLEN E. JONES IlK'I' AIIM Pre Medical Society. Baseball WILLIAM J. KARRAKER EIIE B. S. CATHERINE L. KATTERJOHN A. B. Vice-piesident W. S. G. A. ' . Tennis Team, Strollers i 1 A ' A.B. if Q! A. B. . ' ALICE KEYS I A. B. '-W! ERNEST W.KIRK B. S. Scnblmrd and Blade. JOHN SHAW KIRK A. B. A. B. PAULINE LACY A. B. Stroller Eligible. Prcsldellt VV. S. KATHERYN KENNEDY Xu . N HARRIET KERSLAKE Xifl' Major R. O. T. GLADYS KIRKLAND 111 E II Wesleyan College, Macon Georgia., Lexington Dongola., Ill. Paducah Lexington Barbourville G. A., W. A. C. C. 1, 2, and 3 Paris ' Murray Philpof, Owensboro Lexington Lexington fl K i IPage 28 i 1' - ' I ff -Q 4' PER-CY HALEY LANDRUM A. B. SAX Kernel Staff '29-'30-'31 KENNETH L. LARME BBE A. B, Captain Golf Team '28-'29-'30 Intramural Golf Champion '27, MILDRED LITTLE ZTA A. B. SuKy '28-'29-'30-'31, Secretary SuKy '30-'31, Phi Beta '28- '29-'30-'31, Glee Club '27-'28 MILDRED FRANCES MCCLURE Mt. Washington A. B. ' J. L. MCCORD -by-D Winchester A. B. ELIZABETH LUSH McDOWELL BZIO Pisgah B. S. Girls' Glue Club, Co-ed Band, Le Cercle Francais. Y. W. C. A. MARY LOUISE MCDOWELL A. B. fi-B Mortar Board. Co-ed Band, Glee lish Club, Y. W. C. A. ALVIN MQGAREY 41.2K Lexington A. B. PEARL LOUISE MCINTYRE Paducah A. B. Bethel Womeifs College, Glce Club, U. K. Choir CATHERINE MCKEN NA Lexington B. S. LEON WALLACE MCMURRAY Lexington , A. B. 1 Associate Editor of Kernel, President of Sigma Delta Chi, F Sports Editor of 1931 Kentuckian, Baseball t , U. K. Golf Champion '29, Men's Glee Club '29. Club, French Club, Eng- Olaton A Stearns Calvert City Pisgah i E , 1.7 lk ffl - O - -M 'XX M, X THEODORE P. MANTZ AXA Russell A. B. Rifle Team, Letters I I W LELA S. MASON 'DEM London B. SJ Girls' Glee Club R. BURGESS MASON Rockport B. S. AXE FRANCES MAUZY AEA Dixon A. B. JO ELLEN MAXON Milwaukee, Wis. A. B. Marquette University, 1, 2. and 3. Guignol, Glee Club 1 LILLIAN C.MEACHAM Lexington A. B. 92241 'DBK Kernel, Mortar Board ANDREW-J. MIDDLETON Harlan A. B. SIBII Pryor Pre-Medical Society. President Omega Beta Pi ELLEN MINIHAN Lexington A. B. GDI' Society Editor Kernel KIRK B, MOBERLY KA Lexington A. B. JOHN EPPS ADI' , B. S. A JAMES MOORE I B. S. l B. and B. Club N A l W f . . AM 2nd Lieutenant R. O. T. C. Y. M. C. A., Stroller Eligible. Head Cheer Leader, Glee Club, Pan-Hellenic, Black Guard Fusileers, Spanish Club, Lexington Ha.rrodsburg ZPage 30 ,Zi ' .17 CHARLES MORRELL B. S. AXE RITA NIOUNT A. B. JOHN E. MURPHY 4l1KT A. B. Baseball. Basketball, Keys, Lamp and Cross, Kernel Stuff CHARLES S. NAHM A. B. MARGARET O'CONNELL Lexington A. B. 111B OWEN S. OGDEN Winchester A. B. Keys. Pryor Pre-Medical Society CHARLES W. PALMETER Winchester A, B. SIBII Pryor Pre-Medical Society MABEL ALEENE PALMORE Lexington A. B. ROBERT PENNINGTON EN London A. B. KATHERINE HUNTER PHELPS Cloverport A. B. I-DPI' XA41 MortnrBom'd. Kernel Staff, Guigno1Thcat,erStaIT HENRY TASKER. POLK B. S. AXE S Stanford - Lexington Dayton Bowling Green Lexington , 1 1 K ,Q ..-- f , if n 5. 9 r . JAMES POWELL Madisonville 9 A. B. JOHN IRVINE PRATHER Lexington A. B. . Campus Club, Pryor Pre-Medical Society JOHN HANN A PREWITT KA Lexington A. B. QBl'l llvlll Lancers. President Pre-Medical Society RUBY MAY PROCTOR Burgin A. B. MARY LOU RENAKER KA Burlington A. B. Y. W. C. A., Stroller, Kernel, Junior Prom Queen, Ken- nuckian, Co-ed Band, Pan-Hellenic, W. A. C. NOLAN E. RICE Bellevue A. B. 111211 ANNA F. RICHARDSON XQ Lexington A. B. THOMAS L. RILEY IIKA Henderson A. B. Strollers, Gulgnol, Men's Student Council, Pan-Hellenic Kernel, Kentuckian, Head Announcer University Radio Station MILDRED O. ROBARDS Lexington A. B. Pitkin Club, W. A. A. JACK ROGERS Lexington A. B. EDITH M.RUPAR.D Richmond A. B. . H341 W. S. G. A., Student Council 4 1 I i , fe-Y Z2 f X.. ffl - ' i - SX CHARLES M. RUSSELL BAE Ashland A. B. HENRIETTA H. SHERWOOD Al',.X Ewing A. B. Stroller Eligible. SuKy, Treasurer of W. S. G. A.. Co-ed Band. Secretary of Political Science Forum. Kernel Staff. Y. W. C. A. F SAM SHIPLEY yu Siurgis Track '28-'30 MILDRED SCHUTE Ottumwa, Iowa A. B, ERNEST GERALD SKAGGS Terryville A. B. WILLIS A. SMITH Vicco A. B. EDNA SMITH 624- Lexington . A. B. Assistant Editor of Kernel, Kentuclcinn AUBREY L. SPARKS Martha A. B. JOHN STABLER SPRAGUE AXE Lexington B. S. MAY GORDON SQUIRES ZTA Lexington A. B. Glee Club. W, A. A.. Y. W. C. A., Spanish Club l LUCILLE STAILEY AFA Lexington A. B. . k Paqe 331 f ' '- 'x Kg A - fl' - T A. B. x A. B, 9311! XAQJ Strollers, Kentuckian, R. O. T. C. Sponsor, Pan-Hellenic, Y. W. C. A.. W. A. C., Alma Magna Mater Strollers, SuKy, Pau-Hellenic, Vice-president Freshman Class ' Campus Club WILLIAM D. TROTT ATA A. B. Basketball, Baseball, Lances, Scnbbard and Blade f M AN ITA WELLS STAMPER Stanton A. B. ELIZABETH B. STEWART ZTA Lexington A. B. ALBERT L. STOFFEL KE Racine, Wis. JAX Lamp and Cross, Baseball, Editor Kampus Kat HARRIS M. SULLIVAN IIKA Union City, Tenn. B. S. 22 H22 Band, Kernel. Football ELEANOR SWEARINGEN XS! Paris WIN IFRED SWEENEY Lexington A. B. HELEN TABB S0nO1'a A. B. SME EDITH THOMAS ZTA Lexington A. B. LOUIS A. TOTH Lexington A. B. . Fontball, Baseball RAY L. TRAUTMAN l Lekihgfon A. B. Evansville, Ind. IPUUB '54 - 1.x -"LUX EMILY C. TURNER Winchestiel' A. B. SARAH UTTERBACH LexingtOH A. B. W. A. A. ' 'DME BERTRAM C. VAN ARSDALE EAE Louisville B. S. CLARENCE L. WALDRON Clay City A. B. CLAUDE IVAN WALKER ATA Corksling A. B. 'DME Guignol Players MAURINE WLALKER Lexington B. S. MORTON WALKER KPKT Hartford A. B. Kampus Kat, Associate EdltorKentuckian, President Y. M. G. A., Editor "K" Book, News Editor Kernel, Associate EditorKerne1, Men's Dormitory Council. President, Vice- Presldent Pan Politikon. Class Prophet SAX MARY K. WALSH A. B. MARY C. WATSON A, B. LOUISE WHEELER AEA A. B. Stroller Eligible, History Club NANCY MARIE WHITE A. B. ' Paris Paducah Lexington Williamsburg 1 5 1 1 1 1 I X X. fE X " xr .'w X I , A. A .- .A ,' VAS" ' .-.. ..,,y,., 11 . ...ggi-13,523 go- gl HOWARD G. WILLIAMS AE-If Lexington A. B. OAK Football. Keys, Lances HAROLD C. WILLIAMS KA Lexington B. S. Glee Club, Male Quurtettc AXE' FANNIE CURLE WOODHEAD Cynthiana A. B. Kernel ODI' IMOGENE YOUNG Lexington B, S. Mortar Board. Glee Club, Co-ed Band. Pan Politikon. French Club DAVID W. YOUNG HKA Lexington B. ". Track O -PMA AXE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE E. D. BAUTE Lexington B. S. A " CHRISTINE BLAKEMAN Buena vista B. S. Y. W. C. A.. W. A. A., Home Economics Club, University 4-H Club JOE B. BROWN Luretha B. S. D Block and Bridle C. M. CHRISTIE 'IIEK Lexington B. S. Riiic Team. Wilmer William Randolph Hearst Trophy ERMA L. COX Frankfort B. S. S r JOHN COCHRAN Marion B. S. Y. M. C. A. lk fP"f'0 36 ff' xxx WJILLIAM B. COLLINS B. S. ANNA CULTON B. S. Sec. Home Ec. Club. Agriculture Society, Cup, Psi Upsilon Omicron JOHN BUFORD COBB B. S. CARRIE PRIPE DICKERSON B. S. JOHN ARVID DUNCAN B. S. Campus Club GIVEN DYE B. S. Football. Block and Bridle AZ ELIZABETH M.GOFF B. S. WILSON RAY HOOVER B. S. Murray State Teachers College MAY HUTCHIN SON B. S. LYNN JEFFRIES AVP B. S. Scnbbard and Blade IVAN L. JETT B. S. Swine Judging' Team Lexington Parksville 4-H Scholarship Owenton Lexington Tompkinsville Ewing Somerset Calvert City Ripley, Ohio Columbia Richmond Q- if-'sf-.f.:g..1:.5 . bf Lg. -- -LJ ,. .Jif- J. Q, u, ,H v 4, .V, .X ..v-l v 'V..f fx I x 11005 Vfb' 3, L 3.5,-X-,,i lg If LILLION G. JOHNSON B. S. H. P. KIRKMAN AA! B. S. Ag. Society, Kernel Adv. Staff LOUISE LAPSLEY B. S. J. L. LECKY B. S. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Pitkin Club G. B. LEONARD B. S. THOMAS A. LEWIS A1'P B. S, Football Reserve EUGENE MAY AAO B. S. Pieran Society . Lexington Lexington McAfee Little Cypress Cornishville Finchville Lexington Agricultural Society, Home Ee. Club, Wesleyan College THEODORE MILBY 13115310 B. S. Univ. 4-H Scho1arsh1p'C1ub, Block and Bridle Club IDAH MUNICH Lexington B. S. JESSE G. MCANELLY B1'adf01'dSVi11e B. S. JAMES H. MOORE Lexington B. S. IPGQC 38 M I 1 V X Z i'1 -K X.. JAMES NEWMAN B. S. MARY KATHERINE RIGGINS B. S. ELIZABETH L. ROBINSON B. S. NANCY BRO WN SCRUGHAM' B. S. 1IuIfO Mortar Board MARY OPAL SCROGGIN - B. S. MARTHA MARY SMITH B. S. DUDLEY SMITH AFP AA I-J Lexington I-Iarrodsburg Owensboro Lexington Mason Hartford , Campbellsville B. S. President of Alpha Zeta, Student Council, 4-H Scholar- l i C s 1 19 up, President of Ag. Society RUSSELL SMITH B. S. ELIZABETH SPEARS B. S. . Home Ec. Society. Ag. Society WILLIAM C. SURVANT B. S. AZ Block and Bridle, Haggin Memorial Contest WILLIAM CONBOY THURMOND B. S. Winchester Winchester Owensboro Blackford IA If 7 5' 4 SEYMOUR E. TRAVIS Little Cypress B. S. Block and Bridle Club, Agriculture Society JEWEL A.WHEELER Salem - B. S. Vice-president Agriculture Society, Block and Bridle Club HELEN E. WINSLOW Chapanoke, N. C. B. s. ARTHUR A. WILLIAMS Scottsville B. S. . Winner Freshmen Stock Judging Contest, High Standing Freshman Military, Second in Louis E. Hagan Essay Con- test CHARLES S. WHITE APP Paris B. s. q AZ YANDALL WRATHER Murray B. s. COLLEGE OF COHIIIIERCE REX ALLISON BAE Birmingham B. S. in Commerce OAK :XIII Lamp and Cross, Editor Kentuckian, President Strollers, Major R.. O. T. C., Scabbard and Blade. Varsity Letter, Rifle Team, President Student Council, Chairman Publi- cations Board, President SAE GUY .C. BAIRD Morganfield B. s. JOHN S. BAUGHMAN, JR. KA Stanford A E TI B. s. JAMES C. COLEMAN, JR. KA O'Bannon B. s. WILLIAM H. CUNDIFF BBE Drakesboro B. s. I Azu AA: Students Council 1.7 'S lPfl9G40 ' in ,.,-f-"""--fr E. E. DURAND. JR. EN Louisville B. s. 'I'MA Band ROBERT JEROME EDWARDS A XA Ashland B. S. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet R.UTH M. FRASER Harrodsburg' B. S. AUSTIN H. GRESHAM BBE Eddyville B. s. President of Sigma Beta Xi, President Delta Sigma Pi M. E. HELENE Salamanca, N. Y. B. S. HARVEY G. HODGES Lewisport B. S. LAWRENCE L. MCGINNIS Lexington Football. Basketball LOUIS McGINN IS Lexington Basketball, Scahlmrcl and Blade NICHOLAS W. MEDLEY EN Owensboro B. s. GIRDLER NORFLEET Somerset. B. S. WILLIAM L. POLOT Cleveland, Ohio B. S. TE ll Page 411 YS fn- vii B. S. try, Varsity Track, SuKy JAMES R. SANDERS ATS? B. S. ANDREW SHAVER B. S. A FORREST L. SMITH B. S. FRAN CYS SMITH B. S. f.7'a GLENN PRINCE Alflf Eddyville B. S. AE ll Scabbard and Blade, Baseball Manager MENTOR L, REVELL ZJBE Louisville B. S. Glee Club H. G. RITTER ZJBE Louisville B. S. Band LORING ROUSH KZ! Louisville B. S. Intramural Manager, President Kappa Sigma NORMER L. ROYSE Al'P West Point, Miss. B. S. EUGENE C. ROYSE -IHEK Maysville B. S. AAE A2111 President 1lwMA, Strollers, Philharmonic Orchestra, Ker- nel, Salon Orchestra, Orchestra of "Local Color", Glee Club, Vice-president Pan -Hellenic JOE A. RUTTENCUTTER, JR. BBE Covington AAS President Pitkin Club, Y. M. C. A., Freshman Cross Coun- EH Sanders Greenville Fordsville - Lexington LPage 42 fl D G. R. TERRILL fI'22K Elizabethtown B. S. AAI DAVID S. TIBBALS IIKA SOII1e1'S6b B. S. Georgetown College. Student Council ASH RALPH G. WOODALL IIKA SOme1'Sf-It B. S. ADH Lanccs, Scobbard and Blade, Blackguard JOHN F. YOUNG Paris B. S. Band COLLEGE OF E1'1QlIlEERlHQ R. F. ADAMS B. S. in M. E. ROBERT C. ALDRICH Bellevue B. S. in C, E. ln TBII Campus Club, A. S. C. E. CHARLES L. ARNOLD Paint Lick B. S. in M. E. A. S. M. E., A. S. E. E. WILLIAM D. BARTLETT Hickman B. S. in M. E. HARRY BLANTON Richmond B. S. in M. E. and E. E. Football V BERYL P. BOGARDUS Wa.1'Sa.W B. S. in M. E. IDMA TBU ESTILL O. BRANDERBURGH College Hill z B. S. in Min. 1 E if ...W .31 li' 'S I V.-lt ffpif ' FII- f.. '53 3'-1.51172 E3"E'?L?f' TY"T4.,.,lG 1 ' Y. ' " .l.vAa,,1:,. 5. gg. Kg, V .r , U-gn. xv x .V nf ' ff Q W S ,' 'awp W .'. -w '. J ,Q-. B. S. in M. E. Colonel FRANKLIN Y. CARTER B. S. ln M. E. TBII A. 1. E. E.. A. S. M. E. KARL CONRAD B. S. in M. E. A.1. E. E., A. S. M. E. .wh . CHARLIE P. BROWN Clay B. S. in C. E. TBTI THEODORE C. BROWN Ashland B. S. in M. E. FRANCIS BRUCKER Louisville B. S. in M. E. Football, Baseball HARRY W. CAR.Loss I Hopkinsville B. S. ill M. E. and E. E. EDWIN L. CI-IRISTERSON Lexington B. S. in M. E. LESLIE O. CLEVELAND Versailles B. S. in M. E, TBH A. I.E.E.. Sect.. A. S. NLE., lst Lt. R. O. T. C. GLENN LAWRENCE CORYELL AX Paducah B. S. ' M. E. Freshman Fooixball. Dickcr Engineering Society, A. S. M. E., A. I. E. E. STANLEY COMBS Lexington B. S. in C. E. A. S. C. E. BEN G. CROSBY ATA Spring Station Scahbard and Blade, Track. A. I. M. E.. A. I. E. E., Cadet Paris Dry Ridge If A .lPage 44 ff l WALLACE B. DEBOE Fredonia B. S. in C. E. W. B. DICKERSON l'l KA Brookilille, Ind. B. S. in M. E. WILLIAM T. DRURY ATQ Lexington B. S. in M. E. OAK Football. Keys. Lances. Mystic Thirteen. Junior Class President ARTHUR W. EYER. Maysville B. S. in M. E. campus Club. A- I- E- E.. A. S. M. E., Scabbard and Blade BEN FARBER B. S. in C. E. A. S. C. E. WILLIAM P. FAULCONER LN B. S. Civ. JAMES B. FISHER B. S. in M. E. WILLIAM W. FORD 'DEK B. S. in C. E. TBI1 Football, President A. S. C. E. CHARLES O. FURY B. S. in M. E. Campus Club HENRY S. GLOSTER EX B. S. Civ. A. S. C. E. SAMUEL N. GOLLER TEH B. S. Civ. Newport Lexington Georgetown Lexington Lexington Middlesboro Lexington - I ,, Z Z, 'o - BL B. S. in M. E. and E. E. ciety B. S. in M. E. NAPOLEON EDWARD HILL B. S. in M. E. Campus Club HENRY L. JOHNSON B. S. in M. E. TB ll WILLIAM B. KLAREN B. S. in M. E. B. S. in M. E. ROBERT H. LYDDAM B. S. in C. E. A. S. C. E. ' JOHN DILLARD LANCASTER, JR. RALPH H. GUNTER Lexington B. S. in C. E. BERNARD JOSEPH HAEFLING Lexington B. S. in M. E. JOHN FRANKLIN HARRIS Leitchfield B. S. in C. E. Football, Track BEN HARRISON, Triangle Ravenna B. S. in M. E. TBII Capt. Scabbard and Blade, Vice-president Tau Beta Pi, Su- Ky. Vice-president Omicron Delta Kappa. Lances, Pan- Hellenic RAYMOND G. I-IEITZ, Triangle Louisville Baseball, A. S. M. E., A. I. E. E.. Dir:ke1'Engi11eering So- WILMER ATKINSON HIERONYMUS Zold Calvert City Bowling Green Lexington Lexington Irvington X!! GRAHAM MCCORMICK EN B. S. Civ, EARL R.. MICHEL B. S. in M. E. TBII Band, Glee Club, A.S. M. E., A. S. WARREN L. MOORE, Triangle B. S. Civ. TB IT A. S. C. E. JAMES W. NEWMAN B. S. in M. E. GEORGE E. NOE B. S. in M. E. A. S. M. E., A. S. C. E. DULANEY L. O'ROARK, Triangle Morristown, N. J. B. S. in M. E. Student Council, Pan-Hellenic, Kentuckian, A. S. M. E., A. I. E. E. CABBELL B. OWENS ll-A9 B. S. Civ. Lamp and Cross, A. S. C. E. JOHN O. PASCO B. S. in M. E. LOUIS S. PAYTON AXA B. S. Civ. OAK TBH Scabbard and Blade. Captain Rif1e Team, A. S. Colonel R. O. T. C. SAMUEL H. PERRIN E B. S. Civ. A. S. C. E. OSCAR C. PORTER B. S. in M. E. .1 2 ff Lexington Buffalo E, E. Danville Lexington Lebanon Somerset Central City Lynch C. E., Lt.- Lexington Russell i , .., 1.7 l 'ax 4 - it 1: Lf iv? g. ,... . . .,.3,,a 1i?'fg2. . my N .'Xfgiffffi, ,vw . .,.. 5 . xi. iff , I .fp ,Fu V--Q JAMES ASBURY PURNELL B. S. in M. E. Sect. A. I. M. E. WILLIAM ORVILLE RICHMOND B. S. in M. E. TBTI JACOB ALBERT REDINGER B, S. in M. E. NATHAN SCHWARTZMAN . B. S. in C. E. Dicker Engineering Society. A. S. C, E. MARTIN STANDARD B. S. in C. E. RANDOLPH WILSON STERNBERG B. S. in C. E. A. S. C. E. WILLIAM SAU ER A XA B. S. in C. E. A. S. C. E.. Freshman Track HENRY FENTON TERRY B. S. in M. E. R, O. T. C., A. S. M. A. I. E. E. RICHARD K. THORNBERRY B. S. in M. E. TB II A. S. M. E. HARRY ANSELM WEINGARTNER B. S. in M. E. SAMUEL HAMPHED WISE, Triangle B. S. in M. E. A. S. M. E.. A. I. E. E. Lexington Paintsville Muir Buffalo, N. Y. Elkton Lexington Paris Elizabethtown Newport Bellevue Boston ff H A I W. R.. WORTHINGTON Lexington B. S. in M. E. SAM M. WORTHINGTON Lexington B. S. in M. E. A. S. M. E. President. A. I. E. E. WILLIAM B. YOUNG, Triangle London B. S. in M. E. OAK President Senior Class, Lamp and Cross President, Busi- ness Manager Kentuclcian, SuKy President, Mystic 13. A. I. E. E., A. S. M. E., Lnnces E. H. ZWICK Lexington B. S. in M. E. COLLEGE OF LAID RICHARD C. CARRAN -DAQ Covington LL. B. Guignol FERDINAND I. CARUSO .XX Clarksburg, Va. LL. B. JAMES W. CHAPMAN ATA Ashland LL. B. OAK ' Cadet Colonel R. O. T. C., Scabbard and Blade, Pan-Heb lenic, Football. Boxing JOE H. CLEVELAND Lexington LL. B. ELMER DRAKE Lexington LL. B. EDWARD D. DUVAL Owengon HIFI' KIJAKII Campus Club, Law Journal Staff page 491 J Z l 1 w V ' , LL. B. LL. B. LL. B. Tennis, Truck MN f KING FIKE dum Oakland, Md. W Editor-in-Chief of Kentucky Law Journal HENRY MZARSHALL GRIGSBY .SAE Springfield LL. B. RUFUS LISLE Lexington LL. B. LEWIS RUSSELL MCCORMICK Big Stone Gap, Va. LL. B. JOHN JOSEPH MCGURK A: I- Lexington LL. B. AEII CDMA OAK Lamp and Cross, President Pan-Hellenic. Baseball Man- ager. Junior Prom Committee ALFRED ANDREWS NAFF BBE Lexington Debating Team, Oratorical Representative, Vice-president. Liberal Club, Vice-president Henry Clay Law Society H. ELLIOTT NETHERTON La Grange LL. B. KIPAA Football Team, Clnss Baseball. Cl:1ssBaskctbal1, Law Journal K. M. PRICHARD K3 Lexington LL. B. 'PAA PAT DAVIS RANKIN Lexington LL. B. CHARLES HOWARD REIDINGER. SBE' Concord LL. B. 111.5115 President of Henry Clay Law Society WOODFIN EARNEST ROGERS SAE KDAA Guthrie IP!! 02 50 1' If ' L JAMES S. WILSON AX PIHEVIUS Lfmces. Mystic 13, Lamp and Cross Blackguaxds Serum Football Manager, Pan-Hcllemc Presldent Delta Cm JACK T. WOODS IAE Ashland 'PAA ANNETTE ZINK Menomanee Falls Was LL. B. LL. B. LL. B. A. B. Marquette University, Glee Club Plllklll Club Hemy Clay Law Society COLLEGE OF EDUCATION HAZEL BAUCOM AVA Lexmgton A. B. R. O. T. C. Co. Sponsor. R. O T C Battalxon Sponsor Kernel, May Queen WINIFRED BECK BIO W. S. G. A., Y. W. C. A., Enghsh Club Hlstory Club EUNICE J. DENTON Al'.S Mad1SO1'1V111e A. B. Girls' Band. Girls' Glec Club ANNA C. BENNETT A. B. MAGGIE BROCK A. B. EUNICE COMBS AAU A. B. A. B. 1lrB SuKy, Stroller Eligible, Glee Club KW C A Treasurer W. S. G. A.. Treasurer Alpha Gammw. Delta Psi Beta Minstrel MILDRED DUDLEY Pembl Oke A. B. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet., President Patterson Hnll Represen tative to Stlldellll COIIIOFCDCE FANNIE B. ELLIS Burgm A. B. lk 12? 1 - f -' - -X I VIRGINIA ELLIS AZ - Williamstown 1 A. B. KAH 3 W. A. A., Stroller Eligible. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Alma Mag- na. Mater. French Club, Fleur-de-lis. Mortar Board, Pit- kin Club, Guignol HESTER GREEN Pineville A. B. M. M. GUNKLE ATS? Decatur, I11. A. B. ' MILDRED B. GUTHRIE Lexington A. B. KA II English Club HARRY I-IOLTZCLAW Stanford A. B. J. A. IGLEHART KA Liberty, MO. A. B. KATI JESSIE KENDALL B220 Ewing A. B. FRIEDA KIRSCHBAUM Lexington A. B. KAU MARGARET MARRS AAG Nicholasville A. B. W. A. C.. Y. W. C. A., Pan-Hellenic ANNA C. MARTIN AEA Winchester A. B. X ANNA E. MAY AEA Lexington 1 A. B. 1 'DB Pitkin Club , MM fPagc 52 1 .ff E Y 'fs if ANN MICHAEL A. B. MABLE C. MURPHY A. B. BERNIE MIXON A. B. R. M. MILLORD A. B. ANN G. PARKER XS! A. B. MARY E. REAP KAI! A. B. FLORENCE RYAN AZ A. B. LOUISE SCHMITT AZ A. B. Fleur de Lis, Pitkin Club, W. S. G. A., President Pan- Hellenlc, President Delta Zeta SARA LOU SEITZ AAG Catlettsburg A. B. Glee Club, Secretary Classical Cluh, English Club EARL K. SENFF ZEN A. E. Freshman Tennis, Varsity Tennis. Strollers, Lnnces, Press Association, Lamp and Cross EULA H. SHAW Crab Orchard A. B. HBO KAIl Lexington W Lexington Lexington Wilmore Maysville Lexington Delavan, I11. Altoona, Penna. Mt. Sterling ' 1.71 L 'Q IA Ig CAREY SPICER, JR. AT!! E A. B. MARSHALL C. STERETT All A. B. MARGARET STUCKER A. B. U. of Louisville, W. A. A. Council MARGARET G. THOMPSON A. B. HELEN M. THOMPSON A. B. ELIZABETH THOMPSON XQ A. B. J UANITA THRELKELD A. B. LOUISE M. TILTON A. B. WALLACE WARD A. B. POLLY WARREN KK1' A. B. Pan-Hellenic, Guignol ' BEULAH VYASSON A. B. M ,...f Lexington i Football, Captain Basketball. Tennis. Scnbbard and Blade, Keys, President. Omicrou Delta Kappa In W. A. A. Council. W. A. A. Numerals Hamerville Louisville Winchester Lexington Lexington Marion Lexington Central City Lexington Carlisle IPage 54 l BANKER WHITE A. B. KAJ I Glee Club, Spanish Club. Student Council GEORGE WHITLOW flfZ2K A. B. Pan-Hellenic Council EDITH WILLIAMS A. B. A. ROLFF KRUGER A. 8zS. A. B. BUENA MATHIS KA A. Sz S. A. B. fbB fI'ME President Gflee Club, Co-ecl Band, urcr, Kernel, Kentuclzian, Alma Magna Mater, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A., Secretary Political Science Forum, White Mathematics Club, Stroller Eligible, German Club, Pit- kin Club, Patterson Literary Society EMILY HAYES AEA V B. S. in Home Economics LOIS PURCELL . A. 8: S. A. B. Assistant News Editor and Associate Editor Kernel, Liter- ary Editor Kentuckian 9211! EDWARD O. MORGAN B. S. in Commerce A22 lf KENDALL B. HOLMES ATA A. BL S. A. B. SZBII 'DEH Lanccs. Vice-president Delta Tau Delta, Vice-president Omega Beta. Pl LOUIS FRIEDMAN B. S. in Music 'DME TEH L. G. FORQUER EX A. B. in Education OAK Captain Football Teaxn, Scabbard and Blade, Cadet Cap- tain R. O. T. C., Lamp and Cross Lexington Lexington Lexington Lexington Lexington Mortar Board Treas- Warsaw Paducah G1'68I1Vl116 Lexington V., iw, ,R 'SQ R qu-L... Winchester Newcastle Q.. Y X .W -5 ' Uespers Proqrams ll President McVey's plan of having Vesper programs in the Memorial auditorium each Sunday at four o'clock has been continued this year with great success. The number of people who come each Sunday afternoon to enjoy the line musical programs or the addresses of prominent speakers have con- stantly increased. The idea back of the Vesper program is to provide an hour of music or a scholarly discussion in order to further enhance the cultural value of the university com- munity. Prominent musicians and speakers who appeared on pro- grams during the year included: The Brahms Quartette of New York, Harry Farbman, violinist, Alexander Kisselburgh, baritone, William Miller, tenor, Burton Garlinghouse, pianist, Dr. Sidney C. Durst of Cincinnati, organist, Herbert Newman, pianist g Harry Myers, pianistg Mrs. A. E. Wallin, pianist, Mrs. Eugene Bradley, pianist, Miss Caroline Pike, pianistg Mrs. L. L. Dantzler, contraltog Mr. Bertram Ramsey, baritoneg Dr. Abner W. Kelley, organistg Mrs. Dudley South, soprano, Richard Allison, baritoneg Mrs. W. H. Hansen, sopranog Miss Virginia Tyler, organist, Miss Edith Rose, organist 3 Mrs. Lewis Bradley, organistg The University Philharmonic Or- chestra, Carl Lampert, conductorg The MacDowell Club, Phi Beta Musical Sororityg Musicians from Berea College, Berea Kentuckyg the University Men and Women's Glee Clubsg the Choir of the Central Christian Church, Roy J armon, directorg the University Y. M. C. A., and the University Y. W. C. A., President Frank LeRond McVeyg Dean Gordon Laing of the University of Chicago, and Rabbi Joseph Rauch of Louisville, Kentucky. p gp a .. . , t , X-f A j -x A ' 'W XX, Junior Class Officers -'---J-- 1 P. H. JOHNSTON, JR.. Presidenn ALMS, HENRY AYERS, C. E. BAILEY, NOBLE BELL, CECIL D. BENNETT, MINNIE LOU CARLIN, VIRGINIA CHEANEY, MATT CODY, MALLIE M. COLLINS, WM. B. CONLEY, CHLORON L. CONNELL, MABEL CROMWELL, KELLY DARNELL, HELEN DAVENPORT, ROBERT B. DICKERSON, MYRA 1344 K w ws 'N W, 'I GEORGETTA WALKER CHRISTINE JOHNSON ', Vice-president Secretary-Treasurer ', ww Jumor Class COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE DUGAN, ANNA NUNN, MARGARET FENNELL, WHITLOCK OFFUTT, S. T. GILLASPIE, MARY HOOD RAYBOURNE, DOROTHY HAMBY, EUDENAI-I PERRY, M. B. HARRIS, ANDREW M. PROBUS, C. M. HARRIS, GEO. M. ROBBINS, EARL G. HILL. JEWELL T. RUDOLPH, ROBERT L. HILLIS, JEANETTE SCOTT, W. C. KENNEY, WM. B. STEVENS, JAMES B. KLEISER, WM. STROTIIER, DOROTHY LEVY, H, S, TAYLOR, IMOGENE N LITTLE, ERCEL B. VANKIRKQ GEORGE LOVETT, ALINE VENABLE, KEITH LYONS, MALCOLM WEBB, LEE C, N MCCLAIN, SCOTT WHEELER, SARAH JANE MOORES, LAURA P. N I ,, .I ff X Junior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ALEXANDER, MARGARET ANGELUCCI, ROSALIND ARMSTRONG, MARY AUFENKAMP, KATHRYN BALLARD, FRANCES BARKLEY, ROBERTA BARRY, DOROTHY J. BARTON, ANNA L. BELL, VIRGINIA BIRD, GEORGIA BITTERMAN, LORETTA BOLLING, LOUISE P. BRYAN, HAZEL BURK, MARY C. CALCUTT, JANE CONGLETON. LOUISE COOK, JUSTINE COONS, MARGARET F. COOPER, HILDA COUTY, JOSEPHINE COX, MRS. VALERINE C. CRAWFORD. BETTY DOWNING, DOROTHY NL DURLNG, ALICE M. EATON, ELIZABETH S. ELROD, SARAH ' EWELL, MARGARET FARNEY, LUCILLE FARRIS, BESSIE C. FISHER. MARY ELIZABETH GALLOWAY. JULIET L. GIBBS, JOANA GOODE, ELLEN GORHAM, DOROTHY G. GRANT, CARLEEN GRETTER, EMILIE V. GRIDELLI, MARIE GROVER, SUSAN HALL, MARTHA A. HARDING, ROBERTA HATCHER. J . VIRGINIA HAYS. MRS. MARY D. HELM. BLANCHE HINTON. NELL W. HOSKINS. MARJORIE HOWERTON, LUCILLE HOWES, ALICE J. HOWES, MARY M. HUDDLESTON, MARY HUDSON, MARY L. HUMPHREY, MARGARET B. HUNTER, VIRGINIA ISGRIG, MARY E. JARMAN, MRS. MARION JOHNSON. CHRISTINE JOHNSON, NANCY JOHNSON, VIRGINIA K. JONES, DOROTHY KIMSEY, LETITIA LAYSON, NANCY LEVIN, CLARICE LEWIS, NANCY D. LUXON, ANNE MCCANDLESS, FRANCES MCCAW, JANE MCDONALD, ALICE MCGINNIS, MARIANNE MCLEOD, MARGARET W. MCMONIGLE, RUTH MAHAN, NELL MASNER, OLIE MINTER, FLOSSIE MOBLEY, GERALDINE MONTGOMERY. KATHLEEN NAPIER, ELIZABETH NASH, MARY M. NEVINS, VIRGINIA NEWLIN, ANNETTE OFFUTT, MOLLIE M. OSBORNE, HOLLIE B. PERKINS, BONNIE PERRY, JEANNETTE J. PITZER, GUINEVERE POOLE. ELIZABETH POTEET, ROSE PRUETT. MARY RAGLAND, ELIZABETH M. RAWLINS, VIVIAN RAY, CAROLYN REESE. POLLY REYNOLDS, EDYTHE RICE. MYRA D. RIFE. SARA E. ROBINSON, FREIDA RODGERS, RUBY ROGERS, ROSENA ROST, DOROTHY ROSENBERG, ANN RULE, RUTH SANDERS, FRANCES SANDUSKY, EFFIE SHAFER, VIRGINIA SHERIDAN, MARY E. SHIPLEY, LIZZIE IM. SMITH, ELEANOR SMITH, KATHERINE L. SPEARS, SHELBY TATE, MARY B. TEBBS, THEO THOMPSON, LOUISE R. TI-IRELKELD, MARY A. TUTT, RUTH VANMETER, REBECCA WADDLE, NANCY A WALLACE, VIRGINIA WALLER, GENEVA WEATHERS, ELIZABETH WEAVER, D. F. WEAVER, RICHARD IVI. WEILL, JOSEPHINE WELSH, DAVID WTELTER, ALFONS J. WHEELER, ALICE J. WHEELER. ELIZABETH WHITE, MADALYN WHITFIELD, JESSE G. WHITEHEAD, VIRGINIA WIARD. ELEANOR WIEMANN, HENRY J. WILLIAMS, MARY A. WILLIAMS, WALTER J. WILLIAMSON, ESTHA F. WILLIS, W. R. WILSON, MARTIN R. VVILSON, PAUL K. WISE, ROBERT A. YEAGER, CLARENCE YELTON. MARY LOU YOST, GEORGE YOUNG, VICTOR P. YOUNG, MARY F. YOUNG, VIRGINIA L. S f X Junior Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ADCOCK, HUGH ALLEN, JOSEPH B. ALLEN, SAM E. ANDERSON, L. P. ANDERSON, VVFILLIAM K. ANDREWS, KENNETH ARDERY, WILLIAM AUSTIN, DONALD R. BACH, HARMON BAIRD, PAUL BAXTER, ROBERT BERG, SIDNEY BOUCHER, JAMES J. BOVIDEN, EVERETT A. BOYD, NELSON BRADEN, DONALD BRASHEAR, CUSTER J. BROOKS, JAMES BRUCE, WILLIAM A. BUDDEN, CHARLES J. BURKE, JOSEPH C. BUSHONG, WILLIAM H. BUTNER. HAROLD R. BYARS. STEVENS CAIN, C. K. CAVANA, M. J. CHANDLER, V. M. CHINN, LORRAINE CLEMENTS. PHILLIP CROSS, ED CUTLER, T. M. DAUGHERTY, ADRIAN A DENT, HARRY DRAKE, ZACH G. DUNCAN, H. R. DUNN, WILLIAM H. DURHAM, ALDEN DYE, WILLIAM EVANS, ELDON T. EWTNG, FRANCIS E. FARQUHAR, BRUCE FIRENZE, ELMO B. FORD, VW. B. FOWLER, DAN E. FRAZER. WILLIAM D. GABBARD, FRED W. GAITSKILL, VIRGIL H. tCoutinuedJ GILMORE, ROBERT W. GOODMAN, DANIEL GREEN, JOE L. GREENFIELD, MARTIN I-IAAG, W. G. HAINSEY, NORMAN HALL, JOHN E. HANOK, ROBERT HANSEN, WILLIAM H. HARPER, S. N. HENDERSON, AUSTIN HENDRICKS, WILLIAM HILL, MAURICE A. HODGES, I. H. HOERNEL, GILLESPIE HOGE, JAINIES W1 HOOVER, ANDREW HOUNSHELL, ALFRED HOUSE, THOMAS L. HUBBLE, WILLIAM HUGHES, WILLIAM M. JACK, ELLIS JEFFRIES, JAMES H. JOHNSON, G. M. JOHNSTON, P. H. JOLLY, W. C. JUSTICE, ROY A. KAY, GEORGE W. KELLY, J. S. KENNEY, WILLIAM KINCAID, HENRY P. LANE, JESSE L. LEITH, JAMES LITTLE, K. D. LITTLEFIELD, JOHN W. MCCAMMON, WALTER O. MCCONACHIE, ROY MA.GUIRE, HUGH MARTIN, CORNETT MARTIN, JOSEPH D. MAYES, RAY MEYER, V. A. MILLS, JOSEPH H. MOFFETT, EDWIN T. MONTGOMERY, HENRY E. MOORE, THOMAS MORGAN, ROSS MORSCH, GRIFF MYERS, H. B. NESBITT, LYNN OERTHER, JOSEPH J. O'HARA, PAT OHR, JOE OREM, H. PHILLIP PATTERSON, KERN PATTON, HOWARD PEARLMAN, B. PHIPPS, FRANK B. PRESTON, IV. O. PRICE, BRANDON PUGH, TRAVIS B. RAINES, J. M. REYNOLDS, ROBERT W RICHARDSON, WILLIA ROBERTS, GEORGE ROGERS. LLOYD E. ROOKS, VERNON D. ROOT, DELROY SAMUELS, JOHN G. SCHELL, SIDNEY T. SCHIMMEL, H. D. SEEBOLD, R. J. SENNE, ARTHUR SEWELL, PRICE SHAFER, WILLIAM A. SHIPE, ROBERT SISK, DUDLEY A. STARK, BEN STEGNER, C. R. STEVENS, JAMES D. STEWART, ROBERT B. STONE, C. F. STRODE, ERNEST C. STRONG, ARNOLD THOMPSON, KERMIT THORN, JOHN TODD, LAWRENCE E. TUCKER. ELON B. TYLER, W. L. VAUGHN, LUTHER 'M. VEIRS, EVERETT VINN, JOHN A. VINCENT, HOWELL W. WALLER, ILOFF H. WARREN, HUBERT M ZA f Ax ANDERSON, FISHER BLOCK, MANUEL BOND, W. T. BUSH, ALBERT BUSKIE, GEORGE F. CALLIS, WILLIAM A. COFFMAN, ,WILLIAM M. COMBS, CECIL CONGLETON, EDWIN S DOWNS, SNYDER H. DRAKE, S. E. EADES, WILLIAM ELVOVE, LOUIS EPPS, JOHN FERGUSON, JAMES N. FISH, HENRY S . FURLONG, DENNIS GATEWOOD, JAMES GLASS, DONALD H. GLOVER, B. W. HALE, HOLLIS HARGETT, N EWELL M. ADAMSON, CLYDE ALBERT, W. L. AUGUSTUS, A. E. BARKLEY, E. O. BARLOW, J. E. BONZO, T. K. BOYD, R. B. BUREAU, ELISE A. BUSKIE, J. VV. BUTTS, J. R. CARRINGTON, W. B. COOK, R. D. CURTIS, A. S. CUTLER. F. M. DAY, HARRY F. DICKEN, N. B. DUNNING, E. G. FARRIS, J. H. FITTS, S. M. FLOWER, JAMES W. GERHARD, G. R. GREGG, T. A. HAMON, A. G. HEARNE, J. C. HILL, H. M. Junior Class COLLEGE OF COMMERCE HIEBER, JOHN H. HILLIARD, WALKER HOWARD, PAUL HULETT, EDMUND ' JONES, JOHN M. JONES, J. P. KAZANJIAN, BENJAMIN G. KELLY, HENRY KIKEL, ALBERT KOONTZ, LOUIS LANSING, VVILLIAM F. LONGACRE, WIILLIAM T. I LUCKETT, ERNEST LUSSKY, WILLIAM G. LUTES, RUSSELL PACE, K. L. RIDER, WILLIAM W. ROSENBERG, EDWARD SMITH, CECIL SNEDAKER, GEORGE P. SOMES, JAMES H. STAPLETON. BENJAIXIIN C STUBBLEFIELD, FRANK THURMAN, CLYDE TODD, PAUL TWADDELL, ELLSVVORTH WEINMAN, GLEN WERT, JACK WILSON, FRANCIS E. WOODWARD, JACK MCMURRAY, ROBERT L. MAINS, JOHN L., MARSHALL, JAMES VV. MINOR, PHIL MONTGOMERY, JAMES R. MYERS, FRANK ORMS, HAROLD G. E YOUNG, W. H. HONEY, MARY ADA HOOVER, WILLA B. MOORE. CORINNE C. UTTERBACK, LOUISE VOGEL, KATHRYNE COLLEGE OF ENGINW ERING HISLE, R. E. HODGES, E. D. HONEY, J. R. HOPPERTON, K. R. HUGHES, BLAIR A. HUMPHREYS, E. W. HUNTER, W. A. HUSK, W. L. JOHNSON, E. H. KALKHOFF, A. W. KELLY, W. D. KIDD, E. R. LEROY, B. C. LEVIN, MORRIS LEWIS, L. P. MCBRAYER, M. J. MARKHAM, A. T. MASCHMEYER, LELAN METCALF, R. B. MORRMAN, R. L. MORGAN, W. S. NEWMAN, CHARLES L. NOEL, E. C. NOONAN, J. S. OWENS, J. N. PATE, P. S. PIQUE, z. W. PORTER, R. E. POSEY, TOM. H. PRITOHETT, D. H. RAY, H. S. REHN, E. A. RILEY, E. T. ROBERTSON, S. H. ROSS, J. W. SANDERS, C. E. SCOTT, R. O. SHARP, O. K. SHORTER, N. V. SMITH, H. V. SMITH, W. R. STARKS, J. C. TIECHE, O. K. WTESTERFIELD, L. H. WHITAKER, C. A. WHITAKER, M. W. WILLIAMS, JOHN S. WOLFF, W. L. WOOD, BILLY cL. cn WOODS, PAUL YODER. CAROL L. fl ...S I I ADAIR, MARY B. ADAMS, MARTHA ALPERIN, HELEN ATKINS, MAMIE H. AUGUSTUS, MYRTLE BACK, MARY P. BARNES, JAMES D. BEEMON, ROBERT C. BERRY, MAUDE BRISBY, MARY V. BROTHER, MARY E. BROWN, MARTIN BROWN, OLIVE M. BURKE, VIVIAN M. BUSH, ELIZABETH CARRICK, MRS. JOHN A. CAYWOOD, FRANCES CLEEK, LYDIA COLLINS, ELIZABETH B. COONS, ETTA B. COX, MRS. FLORENCE T. CUSTARD, MRS MARION C. DEAN. CLARISSA EVANS, BEVERLY FALCONER, MARTHA FORQUER, L. G. FORSTING, MARIE FRAZIER, PAUL GABBERT, BERNICE GRIFFITH, MARY G. BAGWELL, JOHN C. BLACK, HARRY G. BASCH. JACK BRADLEY, LASSERE BRIGHT, OLIVER BROADHURST, HUGH H. DIXON, VWILLIAM N. FINLEY. GORDON B. FORD, JOHN Junior Class COLLEGE OF EDUCATION GRUBBS, CAROLINE GUMM, MRS. SARA M. I-IALL, WALTER R. HARDIN, EMILY HEIRD, CARROLL T. HERNDON, FRANCES HIXSON, MRS. LONA M. HOLLIDAY, AMANDA LEE HOOD, ANNA M. JENKINS, MARGARET S. KARSNER, MARJORIE W. KENDALL, A. H. KNOEFEL, LUCILLE LETTELL, EDITH MCBRAYER, PAUL MCCOY, MYRTLE MCELROY, OTHO R. MACKEY, TRUE MARTIN, JENNIE MAIDEN, HAZEL MAYES, RUTH MEECE, LEONARD E. MILLER, EDNA MOTCH, MARGARET NELSON, MILLY OWSLEY, VIRGINIA PETTY, EVA M. RANDOLPH, MAXINE RHORER, JANE L. RICHARDS, DICK COLLEGE OF LAWV FRYE, WILBUR C. GLENN, MARTIN HAYS, WILLIAM H. KARNES, ALBERT KEENEY, RODERICK KELLXI. NANDO LISANBY, FRED LEWIS, J. K. LYNE, JAMES C. MCCANN, MAMIE ROSE, CONRAD A. RUDOLPH, MRS. C. R. SALYER, JAMES R. SALYERS, MARY A. SANDERS, FRANCES SAUNDERS, MARY W. SCOGGIN, MARGARET SHAW, HAROLD F. SHELBY, JANE R. SMITH, SORIS SMITH, THELMA P. ' SNEDAKER, MRS. S. S. SPICER, STELLA SPROWLES, LEE STARNS, VIVIAN SWEENEY, ANNA M. TUTT, ELIZABETH A. URBANIAK, CECIL WALKER, GEORGETTA WEBER, HELEN WEING, ELIZABETH A. WELLINGTON, REVA WILDER, LUCEA WILLIAMS, WALLACE J. WILLIAMS, RUTH WILLIS. MARY V. WILSON, MRS. HESYTER WOODBURN, PAULINE WORTH, PHOEBE A. YATES, GEORGE M. MCKNIGI-IT, JESSE C. MORROW, CARROLL MURPHYEE, JOHN D. ROGER, LON SCHUERMEYER, C. W. SEE, M. JACK STAMPER, JAMES H. STRANGE, MALCOLM SUMMERS, CHARLES M. 1.71 L 'S XX. 5 f X571 'S H J Sophomore Class Officers TT 'FEE' -' ll ,J 3 . 1 2 e-, 1 ' f.'-f----f-M - 1 - 'V Q- V, 12.1, -1,5 - 'W""Tf"EiR7T"f?Zl'f1T'?f' I" 'T 5 .,' -3 " 'TT' T PSFL' .- V' 7 - M " ' Q -7 MRI-. ' f... ' :-.l.ifss. -I .22 ..., lk ,,,. . ML., A - - 1 ,. ,.. .,,, . -, .. HJ A B. R. ALDRIDGE EDDIE EVANS MARY KING MONTGOMERY President Vice-president Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE ARNOLD, VELMLA ASHBROOK, FLORENCE BISHOP, SERELDA BONAR, MARY L. BOTTS, MARY ELIZABETH BRANDOW, VINCENT BRIGHT, JAMIE BROADBENT, LOIS BROWN, CAROLINE BRUMMETT, FANNIE M. CA.MPBELL, L. GERTRUDE CARLTON, MARTHA CARRACO, PAUL E. CHAMBERS, ANNA F. COLLINS, JOHN R. COLLINS, JOHN THOMAS COOPER, JAMES R. COX, FLOYD DYER, JANE E. ELLIOTT, E. M. EVANS, GERTRUDE EVANS, LEE EVENIN, GEORGE EWING, JOHN H. GAREY, JOHN C. GARRIOTT, L. B. HALEY, G. W. HANNA, ROBERT T. HEATHMAN, WILLIAM E. HOGUE, OWEN R. HOLLIDAY, HARRIET HOWARD, W. E. IRVINE, ANNA C. KINCAID, JAMES W. KINCHELOE, NANCY E. LAWRENCE, JAMES W. LEBOLD, P. J. LIGON, AMELIA K. LOVING, ELIZABETH MARSHALL, ROBERT MAY, MRS. LUCILLE B. MAYES, LESLIE NEAL, MILDRED E. O'NEAL, JOHN R. O'NEAL, RALPH PARRET, SAM H. PENN. ALICE PIERCY, PAUL PILGER, PAUL J. POTTS, ROBERTA PRICE, HATTIE MAY PRICE, OLLIE J. PRICE, W. R. PROWS, DOROTHY PURCELL, MAURICE QUISENBERRY, THOMAS RAZOR, AYLEENE C. REID, ROBERT S. ROMAN, R. L. ROTHWELL, H. E. RUDOLPH, R. SCOTT, MARY LOUISE SHAW, SAMUEL M. SHIPLEY, ALLEN SULLIVAN, T. N. TRUMBO, JOHN N. TURNER, HAZEL I. TUTTLE. S. VICE, CAROLINE WATSON, HOGAN WESLER, CORA C. WHITE, MARY BELLE WYATT, RUY YENONWINE, GEORGE H. fi - 'XXX Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ALDRIDGE, B. R. AMYXL CLIFFORD BAKER, HENRY G. BANTA, JOHN A. BARNEY, STEWART BEETON, ROBERT K. BEGLEY, JAMES BINFORD, RAY J. BLEADS, HENDON BROWN, HAROLD P. BRUMMETT, GORMAN BUSH, HARRY E. CALVERT, GEORGE M. CAUDILL, DENNY CAVE, WILLIAM H. CHRISTOPHER, WALTER CLARKE, CHARLES CLARK, JOHN M. CLARK, WAYNE CLIFT, GLENN COAKLEY. JOHN M. COCKRELL, OLLIE J. CELLA, JOSEPH B. CONBOY, JAMES COOPER, BEN T. COX, PAUL CRADDOCK, JOHNNIE C. CREUSEURE, FREDERICK CUMMINGS, JOHN R. CUNNINGI-IAM, FRED C. DARNELL, M. C. DABOE, WILLIAM DIEM, RICHARD DOOLIN, GERALD DORNER, DAVID DUNCAN, J. W. EMMERICH, HARRY ENGEL, NOEL EVANS, IRA C. FEAMSTER, R. F. FERGUSON, JOSEPH HUMBER, WILLIAM W. FLOYD, EDWARD FOSTER, J. RUSSELL FIRED, MOSES FULLER. THOMAS GARTON, JOE GILLIAM, FRED E. GLOVER, ARTHUR I. GOGGIN, GARLAND GOODMAN, CHARLES A. GREENQUIST, KENNETH L. HARRIS, RAYMOND HASLER, JACK D. HAYES, ANDREW HELSBERG, G. W. HEMPI-HLL, KEITH J. HENSLEY, ROBERT B. HERNDON, J. M. HESSON, LAWRENCE A. HEYSER, RICHARD H. HICKS, WEBBER C. HILL, GEORGE HINMAN, EUGENE M. HIRSCH, JACK HOFFMAN, CARL G. HOLY, J. P. HOOD, JOHN HOWE, PHILLIP W. HIMBER, WILLIA W. IRELAND, JOE P. JACKOWITZ, WILLIAM JACKSON, MAURICE JAMES, WILLIAM J. JENNETT, ROBERT JETT, PAUL JOHNSON, RALPH E. JONES, ALBERT R. JONES, DESTER E. JONES, Wf. R. KAEMPFF, FREDERICK R. KELLER, OWEN KERRICK, FOY W. KING. EUGENE E. KIPPING, ROBERT KLEIN, ROGER KOPENHAFER, A. B. LUTHER, WILLIAM A. LYNN, HORACE H. LYSOWSKI, A. P. MCADAMS, WILLIAM D. MCCARTT, K. C. MCGAUGHNEY, ROBERT MCGURK, JOE MCKENNA, RICHARD MAHAN, LELAND M. MARTIN, WILLIAM W. MATTHEWS, MARSHALL MEREDITH, WILLARD R MINER, HORACE MINER, JAMES R. NEDELKOFF, T. I. NEFF, E. N. NEISER, RICHARD W. NICHOLS, JOE L. NORMANT, H. F. O'BRYANT, GERALD ODOR, HUBERT B. OLSEN, IRVIN O'ROARK, GRANVILLE PARR, LUTHER PARROTT, EVAN PATE, ROBERT W. PEN CE, DENNY PETTUS, HOWLARD PHILLIPS, OWEN PINNEY, PAUL M. PORTER, EDWARD PRATHER, J. G. REAGAN, JAMES L. REDMON, SIDNEY RILEY, CHARLES H. ROBINSON, RAY ROSA, LEO S. SALE, FOREST SAMMONS, OSCAR SAUNDERS, JOE SAUNDERS, WILLIAM H. SCHELL, WILLIAM SCHICK, C. E. SEAL, FRANK SHAFFER, VERNON SHEILS, FRED SHIELDS, JACK SKINNER, GEORGE T. SMITH, HUGH L. STAPP, WILLIAM STARK, RAY G. ' STEVENSON, JOHN M. STONE, GEORGE L. STRATTON, SHIRLIE E SWISSHELM. EDWIN TATE, R. N. THOMPSON, OLIVER D. Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES THRELKELD, STEWART P. TIBBALS, R. O. TEBB, JACK R. TRUMBO, HOWIARD TUCKER, CHARLES TUDOR, GAYLE TURLEY, EDGAR A. VANBEBER, ROBERT VANNOY, J. R. VARLIE, H. D. VAUGHN, JOSEPH B. WACHS, MARVIN VVALTER, WARDELL T. WALTON, M. L. WARREN, JOSEPH E. WATTS, JOHN WEBB, WILLIAM L. VVIERRENBERGER, ANDY WHITE, JOE WILHOIT, H. R. WINN, ROBERT C. WITHERSPOON, LESTER WOODBURY, BYRON WORTHINGTON, CHARLES WORTHINGTON, FRANK F. WRIGHT, R. B. AMBROSE, MARY C. BACKER, EDNA BALDWIN, MARGARET BALLARD, LILLIAN BARR, LOUISE BATES, MARY A. BLAND, JANE BOGGESS, MARJORIE BOGGS, MARJORIE L. BRIGGS, ELEANOR H. BRUNER, ALICE BRYAN, MARY E. BRYAN, MARY ELIZABETH BULL, JACQUELINE CAINES, R. MAXINE CALLIHAN, MRS. O. E. CARRIGAN, JOANNE CARVILLE, KATHERINE CELLAND, DOROTHY !C0ntin11.crIl DAVIS, FRANCIS H. DAVIS, GLADYS F. DAWSON, ELEANOR DICKERSON, SUE DISHMAN, NELL H. DRURY, KITTY DUNCAN, VIRGINIA ELLIOTT, MARY P. FAT, MARY S. FASSNACHT, ALBERTA FAULKNER, MARJORIE E. FORD, LEOTA FOWLER, MARY P. FRANKLIN, MATTIE FREYMAN, EVELYN FUDOLD, ROSE GAREU, NANCY J. GEORGE, LOUISE GILES, NELVA GILES, NEVA GIVENS, JANE S. GORDON, NORENE GORDON, PAULINE GOULD, DOROTHY GRAVES, KATHERINE GREAVES, BETTY H. HAMILTON, JANE HARDWOCK, FLORENCE HOBSON, MARY S, HOWARD, ELIZABETH HULETTE, ROBERTA ILIFF, RAMONA IRVINE, FRANCES ISGRIG, ISABEL JOHNSTON, SALLIE JONES, KATHERINE JUSTICE, CHAMP JUSTICE, MERLE KLABUNDE, RUTH LAMB, HELEN L. LAMBERT, NEWMAN LESTOURGEON, M. LEWIS, ANNA M. LILLESTON, DOROTHY LOUGHRIDGE, GAY LOVING, LOUISE MCALLISTER, ALLIE B. MADDOX, BILLIE B. MATZ, BETTY I MENDEL, EMMA S. MICHAEL, CATHERINE E. MILLER. EDITH MITCHELL, MARJORIE MOFFETT, ANNE P. MONTGOMERY, MARY K. MORTON, EVA NASH, VIVIAN NEAL, LOIS E. O'BRIEN, MARY A. O'CONNELL, GERTRUDE E O'CONNER, KATHERINE O'REAR, AIMEE PATE, MINA PAYNTER, JANE PRICE, MARY E. QUILLIN, CARMEN RAY, ARVA REDMON, CHARLOTTE REED, LOUISA RODES, BETTY P. SHEARER, IDA MAY SHROPSHIRE, ANNE SMITH, HELEN L. SOUSLEY, EDNA R. SPENCER, MARJORIE STEELE, DREWSILLA STEELE, MARGARET STEPHENS, MARY M. STRATTON, ALZA SULLIVAN, ELLEN SULLIVAN, HAZEL TANNER, DOROTHY THOMPSON, CELESTE TUTT, LOUISE WALLACE, MARY L. WARDRUP, VIRGINIA WEAVER, POLLY WEHLE, RUTH D. WHITAKER, HENRIETTA WHITLOW, ETHEL WILLIAMS, GENEVA WILLIAMS, JANE D. VVILSON, MARY E. WINGATE, MARY WRIGHT, EMMA YARBO. VIRGINIA YOCUM, MOLLIE V3 :mme nr X 'X X , X Sophomore Class ADAMS, CLARENCE T. AKE, ARTHUR H. ALFORD, RAY W. AMERSTON, L1sTON ARDERY, wf. B. ' BACON, ROBERT s. BAILEY, HARTWELL BERTRAM, JOHN F. BINFORD, ROBERT H. BREDWELL, J. H. BROCK, TOMMY CALLAWAY, PAUL CAMPBELL, HOOPER CARNEY, WILLIAM CARTER, LOU ELLEN CLAY, MAT M. CONGLETON, WILLIAM E. CORE, WILLIAM E. CRADY, W. ANSEL CROWE, IRVINE CROY, CONRAD M. CRUME, JOSEPH R. CUSTARD, MARION C. DAMROM, WILLIAM DARBY, DARRELL DAUGHTERY, STANLEY DAVIS, ROBERT DAVIS, RODGER DAY, CLIFFORD DEGARRIS, BRUCE DICKSON, W. B. COLLEGE OF COMMERCE DUNN, JEFF, S. EBERLE, W. R. FORSYTHE, GEORGE FOSTER, MALCOLM GREATHOUSE, HERMAN HALL, C. P. HARDYMON, WALTER HART, JOHN F. HELM, THORNTON HORN, JESSIE L. HUDDLESTON, ARCH HUGHES, F. S. ISAACS, GARLAND IVIE, HOWARD G. JEFFERSON, WADE H. JOHNSON, ED B. KERR, K. M. KREKE, GEORGE J. LAIR, HARRY LANCASTER, MARIANNA LAVIN, ALLAN W. LEACHMAN, HARRY LEVY, H. E. MCGEE, P. D. MCMAHON, LINDSEY MCROBERTS, JAMES W. MCVAY, ROBERT MARQUIS, FORREST MATTINGLY, S. EDWARD MONTGOMERY, JOE MORRISON, FRED MITCHELL, LOUISE MURPHY, MICHAEL C. NAIRIN, J. L. NEWMAN, ELMER PHILLIPI, R. R. PRICE, DON Paar 671 E RHODES, KELLY L. SCHROADER, R. W. SCOTT, FRANK E. SCUDDER, J. N. SEAMAN, ROBERT M. SENGER, B. F. SETTLE, F. M. SHELBY, W. D. SHIELDS, JACK SMITH, COLEMAN R. SMITH, H. C. SPELMAN, B. STALLARD, ADA P. STEWART, GEORGE STRETHER, JACK SURGENER, EARL T. TAIT, HARRY E. TANNER, MALCOLM TEMPLIN, H. J. THOMPSON, GROVER T. TINGLE, WALTON E. TRABAND, LUCILLE VINOPAL, ALVIN C. WALKER, QUENTIN WEAVER, ADRIAN WEBB, JOE D. WHEELER, ROBERT L. WHIPP, ELIZABETH WIGGINGTON, J. N. WOOLCOTT, GEORGE WOOLRIDGE, CHARLE SB. - .gig I IA .fl xx X , Sophomore Class ADAMS, ERNEST B. ADKINS, GEORGE G. AMMERMAN, A. S. ANDERSON, A. L. ANDERSON, W. W. BAGSHAW, EDGAR E. BAKER, H. W. BANNISTER, H. T. BARBER, E. C. BARNES, L. R. BARMETT, ERNEST P. BAUGH, M. H. BEAN, C. W. BEAN, F. B. BEARD, T. B. BENTLEY, W. W. BICKEL, G. M. BLACK, J. E. BLAND, H. E. BOLDRICK, S. S. BORDERS, P. E. BOYD, J. W. BROWN, I. N. CAIN, W. W. CALLAHAN D. E. CECIL, E. W. CHAPMAN, H. W. CHEPELEFF. N. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING CHINN, O. W. CLARKE, WALTER J. CLEARY, J. W. COFFMAN, O. B. COMBS, C. O. CONREY, THOMAS C. COOPER, M. COWLEY, WESLEY H. CUBBAGE, R. B. CULL, E. L. CUMMINS, J. C. DANNECKER, W. F. DAVENPORT, S. L. DAVIDSON, R. B. DAVIS, W. F. DAVIS, L. B. DBMEYER, G. L. DGRIANCHO, A. G. DRURY, J. L. DUNN, F. E. DUNN, R. T. ECTON, F. J. EDWARDS, H. G. ELAM, E. N. ELKINS, A. C. EVERETT, G. C. FAIN, WHITE E. FARMER, W. H. FEATI-IERSTONE, R. E. FIELD, R. W. FOLEY, ERNEST B. FRANKEL, JAMES S. FRIEL, F. J. FRY, JOHN A. GAUNT, HARRY B. GLOSTER, J. K. GOTTLIEB, C. J. GRAHAM, E. W. GRAY, ROBERT L. GRAY, RUSSELL H. GREEN, ED. ,,., O. GREEN,"'HZ, R. GRIMM, Gai. G. GULICK, R. A. GUYN, J. W. HAHN, RAY HAYS, EARL M. HELM, HORACE B. HENDRICKS, R. M. HILLEN, G. P. HITE, J. L. HOLLAND, JAMES G HOLTZCLAW, W. M. HORN, MAX HUGHES, H. T. HUNDLEY, J. E. HUNT, H. T. HUNTER, J. B. IRVINE, I. B. JACKSON, JOHN M. JENNINGS, L. E. JONES, S. W. KANE, JOHN M. 1' M I - f KASTNER, C. R. KENNEDY, SAM C. KIESEWETTER, FRANK H. KVENEGSTEIN, ED. J. LSBARON, FRANCIS E. LEE, G. R. LEE, ROY M. LEHMAN, JOE A. LITTLE, J. W. LOCKRIDGE, FRANK M. LYONS, THOMAS J. McBEATH,' R. H. MCCOATHY, D: R. MCGAVOCK, JOHN H. MCGRAW, C. M. MAYHAN, G. L. MARKING, L. P. MARRS, W. M. MEYER, MURTEL MICHAS, H. W. MICHLER, ELIZABETH MONOI-IAN, E. S. MOORE, H. MORELAND, R. A. MORTON, D. E. MUSSELMAN, S. F. NEILL, G. G. NEWCOMB, R. L. NEWTON, R. J. NUTT, E. H. Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING fC'OlL'H7Z1L6ClI OSBORNE, A. M. OSBORNE, J. J. OWSLEY, TOM M. PAGE, G. PARSONS, C. W. PEMBERTON, P. A. PENN, J. B. PERRY, J. M. PERRY, S. C. PEYTON, FOSTER PHELPS, JOHN F. PHELPS, W. B. POTTER, R. E. POYNTER, R. W. PUCKETT, OO. W. RANSOM, JAMES E. RAPIER, C. P. RATLIFF, RALPH H. RATLIFF, RAY E. REDVVINE, JOHN S. REGAN, H. D. ROGERS, H. M. ROGERS, J. V. ROGERS, R. C. ROSEL, E. B. ROSS, E. B. SAMSON, W. B. SCHOLL, JAMES E. SHAW, HARRY SHERMAN. M. C. SHIPLEY, C. C. SHOUSE, H. D. SMITH, J. C. SMITH, K. P. SPARKS, R. A. SPENCER, C. F. STERNBERG, S. M. STEVENS, T. E. , STEWART, J. P. STRUBLE, CHARLES SWOPE, R. H. TATE, C. E. TAYLOR, CHARLES E. TAYLOR, J. A. THOMAS, R. A. THOMPSON, P. THURMAN, PAUL W. TRACY, E. D. TRIBBLE, C. L. VAUGHN, J. R. ' VICE, RAYMOND VOELCKER, D. R. WADE, D. C. . WALLACE, C. O. WARREN, ELIZABETH WAYMAN, H. C. WEST, ROBERT S. WESTERMAN, CHARLES WHIPP, J. W. WHITSON, W. F. WILDER, N. M. WILSON, J. W. WINELAND, W. C. WOOTEN, C. N. I WORLEY, EARRELL, Ri'- WORTHINCTON, W. S. I WURTELS, J. H. I ' ZAPPIN, BEN AA LA Xi - g X ll! I ,I v AUSTIN, R. J. AVERY, ALBERT P. BLEVINS, RALPH CARR, SLADE L. CRUTCHER, G. L. DAILEY, HENRY J. DILLON, JAMES M. HENRY, ERA L. JOHNSON, ELLIS KELLOG, JOHN KINGSBURY, G. W. MONTGOMERY, R. K. MURPHY, BEVLEY L. NELSON, JAMES M. RUE, LORRAINE SMITH, GLENN R. WILDER, EDWTARD WOOLDRIDGE, RAY ALDRIDGE, ALTA M. ARNOLD, MAYME BAUGHN, ERMA BELL , ORPHIA S. BLACK, MRS. W. C. BROCK, KATHERINE BUCKLEY, DOROTHY CARTER, HORTENSE CASSIDY, CATHERINE ALDERSON, ROY L. ALSOVER, ROBERT H. BARLEY, ALBERT A. BLUE, ED. BOND, J. D. BURCHETT, W. W. BURKS, GARNETT CASSADY, TED CELLA, EARL W. COMBS, LEROY COOVER, DAVID W. DARRAGH, WILLIAM E. DYSARD, WILLIAM H. Sophomore Class COLLEGE OF EDUCATION CAYWOOD, RUTH COMPTON, DOROTHY CROWE, JOSEPHINE CROWE, MARY K. CRUTCHER, MARGARET DAVENPORT, GLADYS DAY, DOROTHY M. DENTON, ANNE T. DODSON, MARY FARLEY, SARA FLIPPIN, MARY S. FORD, EMMY L. FORSYTI-IE, GEORGIA W. FOXWORTH, CAROLYN FREDERICKSON, LILLIAN FULLER, CATHERINE L. GALL, PAULINE GIBSON, NANCY GOOCH, LILLIAN GOTT, MAURINE GRAY, GWENDOLYN GRIGGS, EDNA EARL HAGEDORN, EDNA ZIKE HALE, LUCILLE HICKS, I-IERRIETTA HOWE, HENRIETTA JENNINGS, HATTIE COLLEGE OF LAW EVANS, EDWARD H. GAILLARD, WARREN K. GENTILE, ANTHONY R. HANKES, F. H. HARRIS, MAURICE H. HATCHER, JAMES T. HOLLAND, OTHO S. HOWE, KENNETH A. HUME, JAMES W. MCDONALD, ELBERT MCDOWELL, JOUETT MASON, ALLIE G. MOOR, RICHARD A. PI-IIPPS, THOMAS RAGLAND, RAWLINGS ROTHBERG, CLARENCE RUSSELL, CHARLES SCI-IMOCK, RUDOLPH SIMPSON. CURRY O. JORRIS, EMILY B. KOONZ, ABBE MAE LEWIS, MARTHA LOGAN, GEORGIA LYON, BETTY B. MCATEE, GLADYS McGUFFEY, OPAL MCHATTAN, MARGARET MCKAY, LILLIAM MASIN, LOUISE MEGOWN, DOROTHY MILLS, VIRGINIA QUICHSALL, KATHERINE' RAINEY, ROBBIE ROWBOTI-IAM, MARGARET RUMMINS, EDNA E. RYLEY, REBECCA H. SKINNER, ELLEN T. SMITH, REGINA W. SMOOT, MARGARET SNEDAKER, BESSIE TERRELL, ROBERTA TURNER, ANNA B. WHITAKER, CARRIE WORTHINGTON, AGNES YOUNG, BETTY L. SMITH, AFTON M. , STEELY, HUGH STEVENSON, FRANK SWARTZ, ROBERT THOMAS, ALWYN VEST, WALTER WALDEN, o. R. WIGGINGTON, WILLIAM J. VVILLIAMS, ELMER P. WOLFE, WILLIAM L. BUEHLER, CURTIS KING, AMELIA ROBARDS, MILDRED I w l n w X 1 3 lPage '70 1 ,,.:---:..f-'XL ' N fffax M 14 is X! X1 Fi Freshman Class Officers L.-KL 2.-A. T ' " .. K HUGH VAN ANTWERP JULIA C, WEBB SARA MCCAMPBELL President Vice-president Freshman Class Secretary-Treasurer COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ADAMS, FRANK ADAMS, J. DELMAR AKIN, GEORGE A. ALEXANDRIA, JEROME ALLEN, GEORGE E. ALLEN, JAMES BRADLEY ANGELUCCI, RALPH J. APPLEBAUM, M. ARCHDEACON, WM. ADHER, LETCHER E. ASHLEY, HAROLD ATKINSON, FRED AUTON, ARTHUR BAKER, EDGAR BALDWIN, NEWTON P, BALDWIN, WM. P. BALL, CARROLL BALL, JOHN BALL, RALPH BARKER, LINDSEY BARNES, EUGENE BARNETT, CLAUDE BARR, VINCENT A. BATES, DAVID A. BATES, RALPH BATMAN, JOHN BEARD, HAROLD H. BENJAMIN, ALBERT BERGLUND, M. W. BIERLEY, HARRY BILBRO, LEONARD B. BLACKMAN, EUEL J. BLACKERBY, JUSTIN BLAIR, C. H. BLUMER, C. H. BOATRIGHT, ROY D. BOAZ, SETH D. BODDIE, J. B. BOGGRESS, JOHN M. BOONE, CARL J. BOW1,ERS, LINWOOD M. BRADLEY, THOMAS BRADSHAW, ROBERT BROCK, R. A. BROOKS, KYLE B. BRYAN, LEW F. BRYANT, PERRY BUCKHANAN, WAYNE BURGESS, FRANCIS E. BURRESS, RALPH BURRESS, TOM L. CADDY, FRANK E. CAMPBELL, JACK CAMPBELL, NORBERT CARTER, WESLEY E. CARRUTHERS, ROBERT CASSADY, THOMAS CLAUDILL, RALEIGH CLARKE, CHAMP COEPMAN, CAMERON COHEN, STEWART COLWELL, SAM C. CONNER, JOHN COOKE, ROBERT E. CORE, ROBERT L. COTTRELL, WM. A. KZ iii t. M-H. - X ,. I Freshman Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES CRAMER, JOHN C. CRUTCHER, JOHN S. CULTON, A. B. CUNNINGHAM, CLIFTON DAVIS, CECILE DELANO, HEDGE Wg. DENNISTON, WARREN DENNY, BYRON DENTON, JOHN T, DEVERS, VELMA DIES, HARRY PORTER DINGUS, WM. T. DONAHOE, JAMES DONELSON, Wm. N. DOYLE, JEWELL H. DROHAN, EDWARD P. DUFF, NOAH T. DYE, FRED EAVES, J. C. ELKINS, ROY ENGLISH, JOHN FANNING, WM. E. FENNELL, R. E. FISHER, ALBERT PARKE FITZPATRICK, GEO. H. FLUMBAUM, RALPH E. FOSTER, DONALD W. GARDNER, LOUIS K. GARNETT, ROBERT D. GARRED, EMERY W. GARVIN, SIFFORD GOLDSTEIN, LEON GOODSIN, JOSEPH A. GOSSETT, EDWARD GRAVETT, KNOX GREENWOOD, RALPH W. GREENWALD, THOMAS H. GUNTERMUTH, LOUIS G. HAMM, J. B. HAMM, LINVILLE lf'!77lli1l1L6fl,l HANSEL, ROGER E. HARDWICK, FRED HARDYMAN, JAMES HARRIS, WERTER HATCHER, JOHN T. HENRY, ED. HERRINGTON, HUME HICKEY, JACK P. HIDER, BERT F. HODGES, JOHN HOLLINGSWORTH, M. H. HOLLINS, ROGER HOLTZCLAW, JEWELL HOSTETTER, CHARLES P. HOUSTEN, KARL HOWARD, TURNER HOWELL, CARL J. HOWELL, JAMES HUDEN, MELVIN HUDSON, W. G. HUTFFMAN, WM. HUNT, JAMES C. HUNT, MELVYN JACOBS, JOE JACOBS, WgM. ALFRED JEAN, FLOYD JOHNSON, FRED JONES, EVERETT D. JONES, J. BERNARD JONES, J. W. JONES. PREWITT JUDD, LAWRENCE KASH. O. SAGESER KEE, EDWARD KELLEY, JOSEPH A. KELLY, JOE W. KENDALL. THOMAS KENT, DAVID KEYS, HOWARD KEYS, J. RICHARD KEYSER, JACK KIRK, J. W. LAIL, EVERETT LAMBERT, ELMER A. LANTER. LEE LEE, FRED K. LISANBY,, J. GORDON LOWENTHAL, WI LUTES, EUGENE LYONS, GEORGE Y. MCCABE, WALTER MGCAW, C. A. MCCLURE, H. L. MCCOMAS, WILSON MCCONACHIE, EUGENE MCCORMICK, THOMAS MCGUIRE, HENRY S. MCLEFRESH, E. EWIC MacKENNA, FRANCIS MAHLER, CHARLES MARTIN, HAROLD MASON, THOMAS L. MASSIE, RAYMOND MASSIE, WM. K. MATTINGLY, HARVEY W MAXSON, CHARLES -MEYER, PHILIP N. MONARCH, GIFFORD MOORE, CARSON MOORE, CLARENCE MORGAN, JAMES K. MORRIS, H. H. MURPHY, O. B. MURPHY, JAMES H. MUTH, FRANK NATHANSON, JULES L. NAVE, DUNCAN NEEL, EDWARD NELSON, EARL NICHOLLS, WM. H. ORVILL, G. WILLIS OSBORNE, SCOTT C. OVWSLEY, WINTON F. PARR, RALPH PARRIS. ALLIAS K. PARRISH, DOUG. PETERS, FRANK PINE, BOYD POLIN, WM. If, ' Egg Freshman Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES PORTER, DAVID PORTMANN, ROBERT E. POSEY, THOMAS B. POWERS, ELMO PRATT, DONALD L. PRIBBLE, HOLTON RANDOL, JIMMIE P, RECANO, HENRY REDDEN, GEORGE E. REEVES, CLYDE REISER, H. E. REISTER, JOE S. RICE, JOHN A. RINGO, DAVE L. ROBERTS, C. B. ROBERTSON, JOHN E. ROUTENBERG, SAM ROWLAND, LEONARD rC1mLi1mcd,l STARK, ELMO STARKEY, NODY STEPHENS, ROSCOE STEPHENSON, BRADLEY W. STERN, GEORGE STERN, THEODORE STOKLEY, JOHN A. STOLL, EDDIE B. STYLES, JOSEPH SUBLETT, D. G. SWEENEY, BRUCE THOMPSON, WM. D. TOTH, WM. TUCKER, RALPH VAN DEREN, EUGENE WAGNER, SHELDEN WALDMAN, MARK WALLACE, F. T. D. BETHEL, SARA E. BLOCK, ESTHER BOARD, ELIZABETH BONNELL, ELAINE BOWLING, FLOY A. BRADLEY, NELLIE BRENT, ELIZABETH BRISTER, ROSAMOND BROADHURST, MARION BROWN, FRANCES T. BROWN, SUSAN M. BROWN, VIRGINIA BYRD, MARY E. CARR, HELEN CATON, RUTH L. CLEEK, DOROTHY COFFEY, NANNIE COLE, KELLENA SALISBURY, J. M. WALLACE, JOHN CONNELLY, JOSEPHINE ' SANTER, JOHN WALLACE, NEWELL COOPER, VICTORIA , SCHMIED, KENNETH A. WARE, FRANK B. COPPIN, SARAH , ' , SCHULER, F. X. WARNER, VICTOR CRUME, NEIIVE , SCOTT, FRED A. WARREN, WALTER CUNDIFF, KATHRYN SCOTT, ROBERT D. WATHEN, BARHAM DARNABY, MARTHA 1, SELLERS, ISHAM WATTS, EDWARD DAVIS, ANNA H. SETTLES, DUKE WEINSTEIN, DAVID B. DAWSON, JEAN SETZEKORN, MERRET WELCH, J. T. DRURY, CATHERINE SHANKLIN, EUGENE C. WELLS, W. D. DYE, FRANCES SHEA, BLANTON WHEAT, J. J. EARLY, MARGARET SHROUT, LESTER M. WHIPPLE, EMMET EDWARDS, MARY E. SLEMP, C. B. WHITE, ARNOLD EDWARDS, VIRGINIA SMITH, GEORGE M. WHITE, CLARK ELKINS, VIRGINIA L. SMITH, JACKSON C. WHITTON, MARVIN S. FARMER, LILY M. SMITH, TOM J. WIGGINTON, JOHN FIELDS, EMMA L. SNYDERMAN, ABE WILD, JACK W. FISHER. PRICE SORENSON, R. L. WILLIAMS, CLAY FORT, CLARA M. SPALDING, ROBERT WILLIAMS, RAYMOND FRY, HELEN E, SPELLMAN, GRAHAM WILLIAMS, W. GRADDY GARRIOTT. DOROTHY SPENCER, FRANKLIN WILLIAMSON, ROLAND T, GILROY. ANNA B. STAPLES, JOHN F. WITTEN, STOY GOODSON, LAL-LA R. VVIOODS, JOHN C. YANCEY, CHARLES R. YEYNO, CHESTER ALBERTS, CHARLOTTE A. ALEXANDRIA, BARBARA ALLEN, MRS. HELEN D. BACKER, ANNA N BALCI-I, ROSE M. BALLENGER, HELEN S. W Am lPlLye 14 Ax Z ' .17 X R Z 4 -L M - H X ri H I N I K f I if I. U, I 'N Page 751 Freshman Class COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES GROOVER, OLIVETTE GRUBBS, EVELYN GUNTERMAN, MARTHA GUNTERMUTH, LOUISE HAINLINE, ANGELA HARRELL, DORIS HARRIS, PAULINE G. HART, IDA HAYDEN, MARY R. HEI-IMAN, GERTRUDE HOLMAN, MARTHA HOLTZCLAW, MARCELLA INNES, CLARA IRVIN, SUE A. ISON, STELLA M. JAYNE, LENORA ' JEFFERSON, MARGARET JONES, ANN JONES, MARTHA JORDAN, DOROTHY JORDAN, MARY W. KERR, MARY H. KING, RUTH KIRKPATRICK, MRS. H. K, KOCHER, MARIE LAND, SARAH M. LANG, ALICE LAWRENCE, MATTIE LAYTHAN, MARY H. LAYTON, SUE LEVY, ESTHER LEWIS, PAULINE LONG, FRANCES LOWELL, RUTH LOWRY, MARTHA MCALISTER, MARGARET MCCAMPBELL, SARA MCMENAMA, SARA MARTIN, DOROTHY M. MARTIN, EVELYN lC0n.linuedJ MATTHEWS, JANE A. MILLER, WINIFRED MITCHELL, MARGARET MONEY, LILLIAN MONTAGUE, ELIZABETH B, MOORE, JULETTE MORGAN, PATRICIA MORRIS, JEAN MORRIS, MARGARET E. MURPHY, MRS. RUBY H. MYERS, LUCILLE MYRICK, KATHRYN NAPIER, CALLOWAY NOLLAU, HAZEL OLIVER, BARBARA P. O'NEILL, ROSS PARITZ, ROSE PATRICK, MRS. J. F. PEAK, JEANE S. PECK, RUTH PERRY, MILDRED N. PI-IARIS, ALBERTA . PINNEY, MARION B. PITZER, VIRGINIA PRICE, MATTIE J. PRIDE, IRMA PUGH, JANET RATLIFF, ELIZABETH REEVES, EMILY REGENSTEIN, MARIAN REID, EDITH M. REISTER, CORNEIL RIDDELL, EULAH RIDER, ELIZABETH ROBINSON, FLORENCE ROBINSON, LOIS ROSENBERG RACHEL ROSER MARGARET E. ROSS GRACE ROWLAND BESSIE K. SANDUSKY RUTH SCHUK MARIAN SCHUMANN PEGGY SCI-IWAB ESTHER H. SEARS GRACE SHEARER MARY E. SHIVELY, MADLYN RODGERS, SUE F. X f MK SHROPSHIRE, LUCY SIMPSON, MRS. CURRY SIMRALL, BETTY SMITH, BERNICE C. SMITH, DOROTHY V. SMITH, MARGARET L. SMITH, MYRA SMOOT, ETHEL SPARKS, ELIZABETH STEPHENS, GENEVIEVE SUTHERLIN, BETTY TARTER, MARGARET TAYLOR, MARY E. TEEGARDEN, DOROTHY TERHUNE, LILLIAN TERRELL, MAURICE THOMPSON, DOROTHY TIPTON, BETTYE TURNER, SUSAN J. VAN ARSDELL, MARY VAUGHN, JANE VILLEMINOT, GERMAINE WADDLE, VIRGINIA WALKER, JANE WALLINGFORD, E. WATKINS, JANE WAUGH, ESTHER WEAVER, MARJORIE A. WEBB, JULIA C. WEEDON, GEORGIANA WHITLEY, ELIZABETH E. WIEMANN, MARY WILFORD, CHARLOTTE WILLIAMS, KATHRYN WILLIS, RUTH WILSON, HALLIE M. VVISS, MURIEL YEAGER, DOROTHEA YOUNG, VIRGINIA K. ZINK, PEARL Z K - jf ' ,L gh- fig A ,fy KX ARMSTRONG, CHARLES D. BELL, CLARENCE S. BENTLEY, WOODARD BISHOP, ERLE WAY BROADBENT, RALPH BROADBENT, SMITH BURROVWS, KENNETH D. CAMENISCH, OSCAR CLAY, JAMES E. COFFEY, WALLACE CRAIGMYLE, HUGH BEACH DANIEL. EDWARD L. DOWNING, JAMES ELLIS, HOLMES L. FARLEY, CURTIS GARDNER, EDGAR GARY, JAMES EMETT BARR, NANCY JEANETTE BROWN, RACHEL SUE BYRNSIDE, AGNES M. CLARKE, MARY DOWNING CODY, FAYE CULTON, CATHERINE ELLIS, MARGARET MAHON Freshman Class COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE GIBSON, HARRY GOEBEL, NEVIN LEE GRAVES, WILFORD GUFFEY, GEORGE L. GUTHRIE, MARVIN W. HAYCRAFT, TILFORD HIBBS, FRANKLIN HOWARD, JODIE M. HUGHES. WM. BYRD HUNT, HOWARD JANES, ERNEST L. JASPER, PHILLIP T. KARNES, J. L. KERCHEVAL, RALPH KING, FRANK LIGON, MALONE LUTTRELL, H. E. MCCLURE, EUGENE P. MCDANIEL, JOE MILTON , LESTER T. MONEY, HAROLD S. MORGAN, BUFORD MORRIS, JAMES HOME ECONOMICS EWING, LOUISE GRAY, MARY KATE JONES, MRS. O. J. HILL, J. ALLAINE HUBBLE, OPAL M. LOCKE, RUTH NEWTON, MARGARET PROBUS ,MARGARETTA ROTHROCK, MARY L. ROTHWELL, NANCY GRACE SMITH, ILEE NEWBY, H. W. OSTRANDER, JOHN PENNEBAKER, LAWRENCE PETTIT, DUKE POSTON, E. L. RANKIN, J. FARRIS RESPESS, JEROME B. SCOTT, ROBERT B. SHACKLETTE, DANIEL SHEARER, M. H. SIMONS, JOHN W. TURPIN, W. R. WARE, CLARK WHEELER, BOYD WILLIAMS, E. FRANK WILLIAMS, MARION WYATT, GEORGE W. TRISCH, MARY E. VAN ARSDALL, SARAH WALTON, HARRIET WATHEN, MARY RITA WHITLOW, MARY WORD, LOU MAE YOUNG, BETTY B. W V1 4 'I n X I Xu lPage '76 Mk. if X - X XX ACOSTA, WILLIAM C. ADAMS, ROBERT E. BALLARD, CECIL M. BARKHAUS, CHARLES BEDFORD, B. F. BENCOMO, HAL D. BENNETT, EDWMRD BETZ, ALBERT L. BISHOP, VVILLIAM T. BLAKEMAN, ELMER BEADY, PAUL A. BREWSTER, CLINTON BRYAN, ALBERT W. BURNS, GORDON E. BUSH, WILLIAM K. BUTTE, J. HAROLD CARVILL, EDWARD CAVE, WALLER B. CAVINS, JAMES H. CHRISMAN, ROBERT COOK, NORWOOD COOVERT, JOHN L. CORNETT, RALPH COX, CLARENCE CRUTCHER, RICHARD CULLEN, PAUL DALTON, JAMES DAUSE, MARVIN DAVIS, MILES M. DENUZIO, JOSEPH DUNCAN, ROBERT EDWIARD, RALPH G. FABER, J. REYNOLDS FANNIN, AUDREY FARMER, D. IF' FIDLER, LOUIS FINLEY, HENRY W. FRANZ, VVILLIAM L. FULLER, RICHARD GEORGE, GORDON L. GILES, RALPH B. GILL, WILLIAM P. GADBEY, LOUIS GOLSON, OZA H. Freshman Class COLLEGE OF COMMERCE f GOODMAN, ROBERT GREGORY, JAMES GRIMES, JOSEPH M. GROVES, G. L. GUMM, SMITH HANSON,,LEE H. HARDCASTLE, MARK HAYDEN, EWING E. HEDGES, LGROY HELVESTON, LYMAN HENCHEY, MATTHEW O. HICKEY, BOB HILL, RALPH D. HOBLITZELL, BRUCE HUBBARD, ELMER E. HULLE, MELVIN HUNT, RAY M. JANUARY, ANDREW JOHNSON, KENNETH JOHNSON, VIRGIL JOLLY, NORRIS KERNS, FLOYD KINNER, JACK L. KIRBY. JESSE KNIGHT, WOODSON LEWIS, WINSTON LITTELL, ERNEST B. LONGMIRE. MARION LUCKETT, JOSEPH C. LYLES, HAL MCELRATH, JACK MAGUIRE, J. D. MANNING, DOUGLAS MELLOR, WILLIAM MILENS, ROBERT W. MILLER, FRED MILLER, LAWRENCE MILLIKIN, S. E. MORRIS, E. C. MYERS, 'WILLIAM P. NEAL, J. IRVING NEWTIVIAN, W. M. NORVELL, JOE PACE, EARL PALMER, J. D. PATE, KARL PAUL, JOHN M. PEAK, GEORGE PEARCE, HARRY PERKINS, J. M. PICKETT, CARL ' REES, SAM REEVES, CHARLES P. RHORER, MELVIN RILEY, THOMAS W. ROGERS, CARLETON P. ROGERS, FORREST ROGERS, WALLACE ROSS, JOHN I. ROWLETT, TOM W. SACRA, WILBUR W. SCIANTARELLI, LOR SCOTT, HARRY K. SHEA, LeROY SHEEK, GEORGE W. SEAPER, STEPHEN S. TALBOT, CHARLES H. TEMPEL, WARREN THOMAS, HARRY L. THOMAS, W. P. TURNER, GEORGE H. VANCE, HENRY S. VINSON, DOUGLAS WAGGONER, FRANKLIN WALKER, IRVING WEAVER, WALLACE WEBB, MORTON M. WEITZEL, BERBERICH WEST, GEORGE F. WHITE, STEWART E. WILLIN, JACK WYANT, HERMAN YANCEY, JOHN H. AUSTIN, MARY L. ELLIOTT, VERA GAYLE GLOVER, HELEN HOWARD, HELEN MILLER. MARGARET MILLS. KATHLEEN MONTGOMERY, NELL MOULDER, MARY POTHAST, BETTY SALMON, DOROTHY STONE, LORENE WATKINS, MARGARET ENZO IF .ff T ATKINS, MARY E. BISHOP, LENAH L. BOWSELL, BLANCHE BRUMAGEN, EDNA BRUMAGEN, LUCILLE BURKE, LUCILLE CHASE, GRACE CLEVANGER, FRANCES E. COLLINS, VIRGINIA DAVIS, ELIZABETH DRAUGHN, ETHEL EHLBERT, FREDDIE M. FINNERAN, MARY F. GRIFFIN, FRANCES GRIMES, MARY L. GRITTON, MILDRED HENRY, MRS. LENA HIGGINBOTI-IAM, FANNIE HUFFMAN. EDITH JOHNSON, DOROTHY KARSNER, NAOMI Freshman Class COLLEGE OF EDUCATION , KEARNS, MARY I. KIRK, EDNA M. MCCARTHY, HELAN A. MOORE, ALICE MYERS, VIRGIE NEAL, ELOISE OCHO, JULIA POAGE, JULIA PRICE, RUTH PURCELL, KATHERINE PURNELL, SARAH REDFERN, MYRA ROBINSON, SALLIE A. RULE, VIRGINIA RULEY, VIRGINIA SHEARER, WILLA MAE SHERIFF, CATHERINE SHIPPS, KATHRYN STURGILL, VVIANDA SULLIVAN, EILEEN SUTHERLAND, I-IELEN WEBBER, GRACE C. WELLER, MARTHA WELLER, RUTH WHITSITT, DOROTHY WHITWORTH, MATTIE WILBORN, OLIVE J. WOLFE, NAOMI R. BAKER, WILLIAM Mk BARBER, JOHN A. CARTER. JOHN CHRISTOPHER, MAURICE Dm'-JMOISEY, JOHN R. DONALDSON, FLETCHER DOUGLAS, DELBERT F. DRISKELL, CECIL HARVEY, GAYLON HUGHES, JAMES L. MEADOWS, RUSSELL L. NICKOLSON, KENNETH PASH, PHILIP PATRICK, JAMES F. PETERSON, WILLIAM F. POLEGROVE, JAMES H. SHOOPMAN, JULIAN SIMONE, ANTHONY SUMMER, WILL M. TALBERT, CHARLES TYSKEWICZ, CHESTER WILSON, WILLIAM B. 7 V fx I N w lx N NH N 5 x Wx lPrLqc 78 IA If W I xx I 4, H il M IV, ,7 XX ADAMS, EDWIN ALBRIGHT, W. M. ALEXANDER, E. ROGFR ALEXANDER, J. D. ALLEN, JAMES R. ALLEN, THOMAS H. ANDERSON, E. W. ANDREW, J. T. ATCHISON, J. L. AYERS, T. B. BALMUT, C. M. BARRERA, WILLIAM BASTIN, H. V. BAXTER, ROBERT V. BAYLESS, DUARD BELL, WILLIAM E. BENTLEY, PAUL BERTHALF, VAUGHN E. BEVANS, EDWIN BISHOP, J. C. BIZOT, HYLAND A. BLINCOE, ALBERT C. BOHN, MARION BRAWNER, R. A. BROOKS, DENNIS B. BROOKS, JAMES M. BROWN, W. G. BRYAN, WILLIAM BUCKLER, VIRGIL BULLARD, F. B. BUTLER, ROBERT BUTLER, WILLIAM E. BUTTS, CHARLES E. CALLAWAY, C. D. CAMPBELL, E. G. CAMPBELL, JAMES E. CAMPBELL, JOE L. Freshman Class COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING CARREL, W. M. CARRICK, JOHN A. CARRITHERS, CHARLES CARTER, T. N. CHAMPION, JAMES E. CLARK, ROGER CLAYBROOKE, JOHN CLEVELAND, JACK CLO, HARRY CLOYD, L. H. COGSWELL, FRANK S COLLEY, OWEN R. COLLINS, BERNARD B. COMBS, PAUL P. CONGLETON, LUCIEN COOK, HUBERT COOK, ROBERT COUSINS, DAVID D. COWLEY, EUGENE H. CROFT, JAMES B. CROWLEY, FRED DALE. GEORGE N. DALLAS, WILLIAM R. DAWSON, LEWIS DILLS, HARRY DOYLE, D. J. DRUMMY, THOMAS T DUNAVENT, J. K. DURBIN, D. R. DURHAM, H. O. EASLEY, LYNN EDDINS, WILLIAM C. EDWARDS, BEN ELLISON, SIDNEY FARLEY, JOHN C. FARMER, REX F. FEATHERSTON, L. T. FERGUSON, H. S. FISH, L. E. FISHBACK, W. H. FISTER, LOUIS FITZGERALD, T. F. FLOY,D, COLUMBUS FORD, BUELL FOX, MARCUS FRANCIS, WILLIAM P. !- FRIEND, J. W. FULCHER, PAUL FULLER, CHARLES GABBERT. STERRETT GAILLARD, ERNEST GAINES, C. H. GALLOWAY, CLIFTON GARDINER, JOHN T. GESS, GEORGE GIBSON, F. A. GOODMAN, ROBERT GORHAIVI, C. H. GILLNUP, HAMILTON GROSS, LESLIE M. GUM, ROGER W. HAIL, NOEL T. HALE, B. GUY HALE, RICHARD HAMMOND, CURTIS HAND, EARL HARDIN. PETE HARDING, G. C. HARRIS, C. E. HARRIS, M. C. HEACOX, OMER A. HENRY, JAMES HILL, DON HILL, V. L. HOCKER, EARL HOCKER, WALTER HOBERT. HOWARD HOLLER, HOWARD HONHORST, WILLIAM HOWE, BILL HUFFMAN, HAYDEN HUMPHREY, E. E. HUNTER, MACK Aff, H . Ill' S """ IRWIN, F. ARNOLD IRWIN, WILLIAM T. JACOBS, LLOYD JOHNSON, LEBUS C. JOHNSON, NEWELL JOHNSON, CLAUDE JOYCE, E. G. A KAUEMAN, CHARLES KELLY, CHARLES KESTERSON, JAMES MCLELLAN, J. B. KEYS, J. K. KOMTAKES, LEWIS LANCASTER, HOLTON LEXON, LAWRENCE LEWALLEN, OSCAR LEWIS, W. H. LVELL, C. B. LOWERY, ROBERT LUSCHER, AUGUST LYLE, IRA W. MCCAMMON, DONALD MCDOWELL, BERT Wt McDOWELL, ROBERT McDOWELL, W. O. MCELHONE, J. W. MCLELLAND, DAVID MCMAKIN, J. E. MARKLEY, JAMES F. MAXWELL, W. H. MEEHAN, J. L. MENGEL, PAUL S. MILLER, AUSTIN O. MITCHELL, C. S. MITCHELL, JAMES MONOHAN, C. O. MOODY, FRANK M. Freshman Class COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING l'CO1Li1:7l'lLE!ij MOSELY, C. E. MOSELY, GEORGE MUNFORD, JOHN F. NALLEY, MARION K. NEAL, STANFORD NEILL, J. B. NORMAN, GEORGE A. NUNNELLY, J. R. O'BRIEN, JOHN O'NEILL, CHARLES OSENTON, ROBERT PALMORE, ROBERT A. PARKER, LUTHER PAYNTER, CHARLES PENCE, E. E. PENNINGTON, J. F. PERO, GEORGE E. PHERIGO, W. E. POWELL, CARL POWERS, JACK PRANIK, RICHARD PRATHER, PORTER PRICE, JOHN P. PROBUS, B. F. HALEY, LAWRENCE RAMSEY, JOHN REID, RALPH R. RICE, WARD RIDGWAY, J. F. RIGGS, A. E. ROBERTSON, DONALD ROBINSON, FRANKLIN ROWLEY, N. G. SCHRAMME, B. E. SCOTT, CHARLES L. SEARY, LOUIS M. SETTLE, EVAN E. SIMS, JOE B. SKIDMORE, JAMES SIEGMUND, VW. SMITH SPARKS, D. M. SPROLES, RICHARD STANLEY, M. S. STANLEY, N. M. STEELE. AARON STEITLER, WALTER STEPHENS, W. C. STEVENSON, FRED STEWART, HUGH W. STEWART, O. W. SUTHERLAND, W. D. TERHUNE, WIILLIAM TERRY, JAMES H. TODD, THOMAS TOMASULO, A. J. TRAYNOR, H. S. TURNBULL, E. R. VAN ANTWERP, HUGH VOGEL, GEORGE W. VOLL, RAYMOND M. WAGNER, HENRY L. WAGNOR, J. L. WAGONER, THOMAS WALLACE, VVIILLIAM WARD, CHARLES WARREN, H. R. WATTS, DAVID WATTS, J. R. WATTS, T. GARNETT WELCH, ROBERT WELCH, SAMUEL WENNES, R. A. WHEAT, LEE WIDES, E. J. WILKINSON, WILLIAM R WILLIAMS, CYRIL H. WINN, JAMES WOOLUM, RUSSELL WOOLUM, WALTER YAGER, G. J. YOUNG, H. R. - WISON, WYLIE ffffg FEATURES I, ivy' , Z-f xxx "QNX 5 ! jk VBEAUTIESV ,I XX 1 ' 4 .. r . M, M f K ' .J 4, I 1 m i 'I H1 l EARL CARROLL ,,,,,,,,,,,, w. R. :DRlNa7oN vm:-vu-.env a nu-.uw EARL CARROLL THEATRE, me. 755 SEVENTH AVENUE NEWYORK TELEPHONE CIRCLE 5923 December 27 1 9 I' O Mr. Frank Stone Kentuckian University of Kentucky Lexington, Ky. My dear Mr. Stonex I am returning the photographs. My first choice is 54370. As you suggested, I picked eight other girls, whose photographs were the most attractive and whose measurements came nearest to mine. They are numbers 367,373,354,W,339,553,550,333. I am sure you realize how difficult it is to exercise the best judgment from a picture. There were so many lovely girls, it was necessary, in order to make a choice of nine, to exclude those whose measurements did not come within nw requirements. It was a great pleasure to do this for you, and it will be a pleasure to judge again. with every kind wish, believe me t Your sin e A I N 'H DJ , I EC:R X 1 Mk lPz1ge 82 A lk as m 5,3 -Q - u :fa Tig-:Tw-we ig, uf::.1.'g v .l 1 .-J. 3.73 W iff- QI . is X W W -5 N 'p' .Q - 3 ,. RH - JZ' '5..xi1. 1- H H rf fig w, QW? Q? 1:59 , v. A' ' K1 K mx, ' ' fy . . new W' Z 1 3 rf 1 Y ss.. mam' 3.221 3 in ' - - H .. H ,, ,,, . Aj ,, .. . .,.. - 5. - .ix ,.',- .- V - ' 11- w 1, F -9- Q 'B ' H' ,555 M. Va, A., i ki mfg' 1 -. , ' " .r "1 W nl --QM. - H - , ' gs" saw in mr -' 1,5 ' . ig, H' Y H' N' H. w UL - W W R . 4 J ' 'gggg ww 1 , H ' Mu if Fai? Q ' -Ll :sh , ,.j . V fn ' .3 Y 1 ,f-7,3 ' Z .L " ,Sz as . -:Q '. H. U. . mf -. l I 1.5 - V M W T -gr '. ' Y , ' :, ' L K3 an :rv 1 'lnfffk seen 2515 xiii 65' 55 ' 32 , Y ,. V 1 . ,I . , , N , 1, . f., . Q YL, i .X . fi.: .BL X . JANE HAMILTON Q- E if fn , . , -1, ,JI . -,fl -T 75125 wg, . Q ' I 1-5 May? " V1 AN, 1, " ' New '- ' ,f ? 151523521-ix ,fig ,Q , v-s1zssf1fsms fgifffswf 'isis an H 1, fm VIRGINIA DOUGHERTY Ng. GEORGETTA WALKER 1? IRMA PRIDE ww A Medi" SUE ROGERS I -0.7 - 1, ,1.,12T.., , 11 ...U WH 111 1'1 1.-32,1 ,. ,-.fs I 1 X V h.-.I,-ia ' -1-' .1 I ,, 'ff-L 32,1 4 E' ' ffw. '-" f-'rf . l lf, I 1- 1515.1 1 -l:.l.iL,U . A - l:,,vl--JIS 1 2, f' I' if 1 ' ' .1 1-Qi:-2 ,. . 1 ,T 3,1151 1 E-1.1-17' Fi f' 'WV ff-1-T, V- ' . .jx-L ' ' :,, '1' . I 1 'Ll1K, E fx u- I 11 H 141 16? . 14511411 1 ' M 4' .',1,1I..-.., 'fiiffwr ,, I f 11 1 1 2'1F.f:Z11, ' 5-'I ,-MTR' 112' S 1 . ' rim -- , Am ,W-1 fa , -+w1L 1gQ'M2 ,Q,,- 1i?EQW 7 , 1 Y V 1 "M ,P 1 , 111 N 'HH fingf, .1 an . 111' 11 11 - 1' ' ,. iii, V V-11 H111 -Y Y 1 53. A-A -. 1 -, :gg 'L'vlf1.1-1 11 , 1 may Aw? 1,125 1 ,.,, ,.., I H. 1 3.5 lr 5315:-. r"i 11 ' J N'n5p 1. ,E-.,,,.1:91, f'u .,f',1f1f, , . - .. ,, ,, 1. E., C11-, TL: Fifi' Fi- ' A 'H'-qll.. 4 '- v:-11 - 'illf '.' 'Alf 1 .z'-ig-'f13:if: 'f ' -'I 'f".'. Eze. ' 1' E M 1 Exflstlifijf f if 1 We 1 11111! X ' ' Q 'z fa , 'gil ALICE LOUISE BRUNER X . 2 LY ,sand ,. ws-veg, -. J" 'viii ' ' 1-rf: 1 2125- ,L r if ' iss-eff "ff, 'EFL -, ,fp fs." 51,15 . g - . ici, - i 3' ,,.',,. xl. .-Lib" A --' 'Eg:?i3g!,m,1f-V ,M 'lfycgg , if: 1 Qf '-5. M 32-. .2555 ' ,-.-. ' ,i , ,,,'f gm... xx "J -maui' an ,v was Q nm xv .:. Ag, As- W. ul S ?A 7 -E' 32 ri :Jih- sfw ' M '55 ,' ' 12 my M525 'Q we- Q55 AQ? Q w 1 N m XM? SNAPS !"S ga'--,.... 1' ,F Vi V:LV,,VVV1:lVV.5g , -,. .Vx .. . 55.-f :M -V '1':'5'.v . ,,V-,. va. V 1 .V -I 7, L,J.,,',,f, , -1 'Z 41' v "-f , 15, m gs- 4gngV,, A Qs LSGHP T! ,wffw V -95:31 ,, , ,w Jil J ' ,V .V I f 4, 3 'f ' Q . , 'i- " . '.11:sf--Jn:-'-'V "-LF 11' ' "fi 4. 1 1 . gg,-, - YZ -L41 LiT,:.,1lg.l W:-"Jn 'fl " . -Y , ,,Y .' ,f-r JK i-'if Q-.aff',:ff'rp'M...rtYx.'., mf, "mf - - 'i Jf"'.F'Sf '1.-' -.ilk-. "'1wFX'.r Vllifgq-'!T:f7 ':FQ".if-rgif-QQ! " ' " g"H, k 1 , -: ww--:":y.Qi'ffizv,-1'-. -1- "1 vii- if-Za +Q,,pim5i114figff'-1' Y. .. , Y ' xw :fs-' Mi?-?f'?XfLfbi'5LSfi6+:FQ-H, ,,agga,1'i:'fP,-411ff53uf1Q:g.reg:W1Q,gn ' A ' ,fl 3. 'sry-S-ai.iiif-,:11ff2fFffzkiazi-f ' :gg-afsff L 1- 1, 15,14-f 'f sf1M.wf:v"'1 ' K- Q . I-4 - 4- ,y.aX'7f.9, - 1-r,,.Q:,:z-,xgvvvx 4- : '11, , - .1 L 4 . 1 .vw ,wfr,-1.-A4-x-4-:wg-xsf,.'f.' . - ' 4, " . 2' ififffgvl QF'12Q,'?f9f3,'f,iii:aQ5,5f V' ff T5i'!"" 31 "W. :,7f5f' , ' ' .f 5153.22 ' I ' V' " ' 1 5f,s'1A"' Y' 'Q ggi, QMLEM - .s2i,,Q J' .W 4 ' f:w.'efsf'..- 0 xz' V VVV lxlv -V SV-VV V V V VY fm ' ' Ju VM N5 win, P- A 3 WHA.. -f -WE' ni, hr , -gwif' 1 5, N ' ' l -F - f"'1- f -- ' ,. 1 .-- - --f W , , ny ' dj, ,V V . -,.':f'T-'P'-- " -19 'H .. az. ,' A , 3 A ' "W Qi ' X L---h,..,f.A'j , 2 ., 1 1 - 'N Hfk- Y.. f -' ..j'ff iff' -- -, .vi .-.LLL - -f,g'E"Z :' 'V " .. V4 3 VV. V -, Q V V :JV-:,E-EL VNV: -AJ :,,,,',4f-A5-2 'lin , A, , ,4 ,-:,3gA,-..5..- . "5""15 J' Q.-. , L- vf - - -1--f-,--f-- -'-V - -::K Q- - f - - - -, --Y fn-1-:.,:--if ,V ' i V. any -.Vg 5 . ,V J-. -, f:V.xV1V ,LQ ff- M3 ' ' m , QE- SW .- 2',E,.3Ei., ' V 1, 1 f' - V- t5'."'1Qi2:7 .F ,Eg , A 3 . V, ,T ,, ,. :V V , J. , g A- , fr ,. V: ww---7 Z 'z 'C' L , f .f " .ff , ,f-fi :, - " - f " '92 ' " ' ff' , Qs!!-14-1-' vu- , W, , W ' -.N""' W W V -, W 1 K W 1 'WW 'H W, WWWQ ' W 'lr' ' W - W . .L 7 ,gjTljgWWN I, -' ' .W Q Wm WXHWWW WWW 5 W "W WW H W' W" WWWWWWWJWWWHWW A W . W W WW W :Lg W:' WWW I W W . WWW, W W WW W W WWW W W W W W WW W Wififggfiifimk ' W WWMWWM W Q ' i WWW' " sw: ' . WWW 25' , W,,,...,. W , E Q-jI',2iQ W, , W-W-W . +234 W W ,Wi V W, 1 ,J 75' .. , W WWW, . . W! dz :L W,f" ' W, W W ,.. W - ...g L 1. 'mil W I ' I ' Is hw WS 1 ' , ' ' X f f' x W '. 44,5 'I xi W W W"!hgW , M W ' Wt ? gr ' AW Qmsf WG? T I, SW' . Q , . Wi' ' 5 x A 3? I .,r,.,. , w,- W ,fx WW .fb vi we A WWz. 2:1224 H522 .W ,W WWWJW WWW WQW' WWvW,WE W W W .E-' ,af . 4 W W W' W fr,,5'EW W, t ,Qi ,W.l . .' "wig W W W Wim--lr W. MW, WW 1. A SAW ig-. WE- K. W: , .1 W jf 'QQWWW WWW W' 'f K' X QQQQFX: Ay W H I- 'V f ' rr C," E- UWA. , xii 3 A' ' :gig W ,rg-X WWQ' 't ' ,W V 1 xl I W J 1, " L Wa' W ' ",.fWJ'W3g W WWW ,I W All Wfgirwj ff N W' 1 5' E V is 'if in Am fu 1 . N ' wi af, W1 45' . at :ERE 5.4 Qi? f iiifwwg 5 Rn. ' ' .k ffl, ,W !T-1+,.T4F7..,--..--,,...rr..,..:...,- ..,., mixf- mf'-gag? H r, New?-fm v, , ,S AE IH ag-.-H Mag 11 H ,Tzu L fi Hmm. ' - ix. - - 5 I Z' 'v pf' ,v .-.w ,L-. - -pl ,......g.,4..L,. - L g L , 1. f f L, F f :VI ,ff ,N "-gn. gf r ' 'V U ja, 'M JI' 1 ., R I -,Q ,.- M v- , -, ' , , , . if , A' , ez .L H Q.. I Vlrln K C711 ,F 4 4' x ,A kim , ,, in J J ...NJ-.ii .. 1L.-.......- A: -Y , aff . 'Ni Q -' V '- " ,wa v fd-, A-fy' fp, , 1 swfxc 1 5 '11-. v .. x Ni: wif. LE ff 'gg' . w :nv - .2 dl, rg 4 5. ,q'. -3 -' 5. 1, ' r-T 3.-4, ,, . M. 5 W' - ' . lf"'? ' 1 'A.. , 4' egg -Q. A wp J- .1-' 1 5 7,13 Y G f, L, -g1."!:' .-..A:.a'.,a,- ' .v " if V arfzf-1" " 'i?' - a F 'EL I-5" fx Ei H I - ,ff gy ' f 5 A A 2 "SIT riiifiuz.-+ 1. lx ' M ' ' '- .fri : 1 ,--Q--21 fn., . vie, " - A--' -' , , , 'V - ' - Y a-'F 'f A up-s " 1A NV? vm Tai , A - l3,, , ' -,Q-3,6-,s' '.,:- . v."' ' , X ' .-yr, ' f ,gnu -zw,,,ff-mv.. if -f ., lj N -491353 , , i" , -' -6:1-w"-E59L'1,. ' v.-, d7:'.r':" f - ' it ::'si,4.:- 14,1-'Q'-I' .l K v ,121 ' . -." 'H ' if mfgfii. L 1-.W I 'J f'. 1 ':43".-,'f 5, f T f'1+.1 . 4 ' ' 'mpg . ' 451. ', ' 'f 'SM a, +ye.-+:ff . , -1, .. H.-, . . Y . G. ,- , Q, V, "4- -1-eff!:3'EF3'-5.,..',,.+ f -Jim" JE. ' 113 -ufwjrfj 1 ' 4' ki ' " - Nr' "E rf , f' ,M 1 1 , .- :,,,.,,k,,i:,-sr fb Q., - ff' A if JL ,, Y- ,gufii-LW' 11' 1 gg. X 4 1 W .Mi 'X ..: ' y, , A AQ. , 'g'-k.'g. r, L, l':x '-, f.'m.", .-1-. - ,:1'. '4 ,L 1 P. , ' ,-F. gk"J:." -, ml-ing: lpfqrvgfxv flwmi, ,AiI?az?.?L . - is 1 ,. .- ,' .,!g A . . X xk.. ,r 1 H I ,nl 'F W 4 ,I 1 IL. 4 I . 9 I iw mmf :f ages fffzzgi H 1 f 'w X :N FQ., . .v-, .EN Dum 4 uv . X iz ,1 f' ."- in S U. '- 535252: Zi. 'Qt- hE 'la W1 v - I K- 4.3 , Q -'QM' J Q " J - .M ,x .ik I , ,H x :gm 3 -1 .Y 9 if.1 '. ' ' -in 7323 1 ' S 2, ,J mg .. " Au '5"":, ,3,j,,1,' Q . '- J, 'V ff' ' fi . uh V! E Elf: ' Va' Nfl, , fy 4,..Ng P 'X 55' Fff qi if '- - W, W . - 5- .3.-115 .. m - - ' , .,,,JJ r I f. 1 1,54 : ffl' A ' A N '-QS: , ' f 551241 E5 1 , 1 w M , . , - jwi ' xgfpgf 1 ses I .Q cw " ' Lg:-'H .bfqfig , . J f A as .334 , I: A-,v:.,,, v ,.'f,,:2-F . ., , + , 1 rf 4 v' .U . ., ,, g - fy. L,- r ff' . 5, div. L L-if? 1 ,2- HP , ...4 ls, gg iqqif' 5- : '31 , umm , .gt z-nf wg - 1 --.Lf M - 'A Ilia! - N:ff..x :em HS. . u , , D, 31 -, My 331. 4. .1x,,,,fj. 4 1 Q ,gig .Q..,,. , 3' u N Lqjxgfiiii CHI ALPHA NLVH1 HILDCATS STOP BAMA ,T "ff.e"G" ff' ' m , Q9 .5 1 1 , , - ' ' 5 1 M " -- , .khxfiggwllrl-: ,Q .111 W rrghgh- U1 xx! X 111 f11 1 11 fig? 1 1 . , A , . , V, 3 r' 1 , 11 1 , 4 . - ,w 1 , x ' Y' I at 51'-.f , 1 " ef X ,1, "' " 'EW .- f 'ww 11 M . a -- ' ' 1 In-jvwu ,,.. f Q . . -Ay-1.24 -My fc! M . , 1' 1 ' 1 14 ., . ,1 'F 1 - . 71-'HL 11 HW' A 5,k f Lggm! 21 ,S H 1 1 1 X . V fl' 1. ,Af 1345, 1. as A.1.A15A.,4.. ...- , '1 ' 1 . f ' Q. ya -sri,-': 6 .51 1-11 4.5-7 v ,.. fin 1 1 '?jgg11"1 11' 11 1 1 L V 1 11 11 11'1 11"-225111, X 1 1 ' 11 11 - J UMA. 11', - Q - 1 , .,A-- ,.-1 Q ! 31 'QP " , W .Jw 1 N, ,,.,. . mx, VQQWBKTQ -AFV, ,Y 'rygij fl xg. -.3 , ,,.,. .-:fn :, -g"h'1'--Wa, 1. , ' -- g .xiii ,lair Q15 E5 ., ..'b:. 3.41, gpg- .. .nw ..5i1-2.i4.2'-f12g-- ' W3 E-iii.. fi.: :fa-1' ...w.-ffffgfl. ATJ-if"'f7"aaQz':F ff-Q-'iixfb l'1fT.'..- mi" M ff.-Q' .FL-L - 'bk'-ini" .l A'f.,'z-Q..-1-'E' --W , V YYT,?:5.:g-.3393-L,Ty.:'E.MsSei: ri, UQ- .tit -if 2332-fgfgizwi. V, M xiii. 1-'Ah -fy fS.tL.fHi,3.5 g..5h"'1'h:,Z7-V T. -V I wa-.5fvfW'-H'E"N.,:- ' 3 A.-.gf-nw 1.3, 1 .- 5 ug. ,wg--If .A A v .5 g+f:f.,,., -.-fi.-vw: fm ,V ' mf- - ' in , q.,d?L'f..e-. fi..- .A 4+,,W?f"2 fi-:Q-H -if -fa' .2i'mQ-535. -fi,-12-s.-'XJQQ Fprglvj 4' 'Q'-ssfg... FQ ?jf,f,.g'.-, -' Fm -' 1 -, -I .egg fgagiiigg? ggi.---1, , .,.. .:VQ,1 .-L.. -1 A-V M ,.-fr,-,.,.l, vi - N Iii?-33, .1 '-1'-13.1 pg,-,123-.ig .,f ,f -- 1' fr.. gf. '. iff. ' - - ,M-' p-541' ' ' 7 H711-, ,-ya!-. ."f-- :qi 1 '-.. .554 sf C' ' ta: A ' '- '57 ,-'gg-.N .0 ..,h.- J., - , .. ,. Q- ,., -- . . ... . .W K- -lg 5- gf. -, -L , J .,-.- wg .- 1.-M - . 4-f .- . .N , nr uf- 9 - 'M-2 '- H- Ks. WL --1 .age -- K af ,5,""'--wiiqlr :nw WH.-'wig-9'x:, - f 1' .-'afar f' ' .rw 9-13 -- G .4--.-1 . - Nw- .' . '- ..:,- ,. ', I ., - . -. - ..- . .N Mm -. , . -- . Q.,-rf-u . ...,..,..1b..1 .1, gr I .,,f,.-. .1 Ay...-,A -y .- ..- '- , -. -. - QHL".-.'I'fv-'.fF- --H5223 , 5'-2' '- J.. gl, 2,4-Q-X:,s?. ..-,f,.g-mt, ' ga. 111 '1 ...+-:'- . - .- :L - x . . fb' .C- ' if .. '-'iff - . f -5 -'ilu .-swf:-lr.-i2 ff - . W... ' W 6 '11, " Q-5-11. ,f :-':' Lgdw--"ff ' " VJ ' l-1-ffl A -. ...iii ' YEL' -FJ Q?-fag '-1.fxf-E'fs'..4f.-,":1:- 'se'-M22-52'gala-.i3i35h'FH14Tf '. 'Q-"' aw' V? 'ffln ai? 15:4---,Illia-,sig-3. sin, 1... 9 3 1 f . ' ' -5: :Q .Q 'af -3 3, L. -Egg , . V. 54 gs. LPA- H6155-J .. .Q H , K. A A - . .. -N inks. 5 A, is ,Z .. 41. -., L. .--.-3.5, - . -iii. -Tir.-.655 ' ,..-.,-5,5 , -M Y r -A FEL.-. ...V 1 V , , F 35, ,fl .A Li,-,E ., SIE wid. ' f3.,,4.- ----.W - - ' ' ' an-+..l'.. r 'if-1 .i"f'2 . ,. iw- fag'-3-'-MSE? - ' faq -mg , 31---V 2" ' - ' . Q., -344 . -9 v f vw -1 -f 1 J I. 144 wg' 4, -M v+- - . .- fi-'-Q W-44, .-'-ffm.. - mf. A-.g - 4 q.:.'A QU- W ' ij.. 1 .' 1-.12 W in ' . :fu Qu., if , 11... Q l 'wut , . Q -iw 45 -.32 . 1 ? M , V , I . fi-ii A If +51-4 fQ.,',,,.p-.-.-'v 1 -- ESM "',', . cm qw' '. 5 K ' -Y" " Y - " ' . .A " - -F Y "' Y' ' 'L 4 .' -' -,, . 9- ' - . '. -. , . ,-,, - . - - .. . 4 , ,, , , , .. . -- .,. -4- .. , . - -. , -QW--ff-f ff, " 1 -D ' 11. - "1 tg, . A - ' 1 '5"'5.'+-55? ' . ' " ." - ii--. - 1: 'J' ' 52? ' 1"-'Q -if - .4 , ' Q " ' '. 'LEX' ' 41" ' ' :F " ,gzgg 59' - . w --", v,. V. .. ,. ,w .af - '-41 ? ' . 1 f 1 . ,, 7 ii ' ,..s2g., .vi . if-f :AF , - V4 4"--.Ak '-' . ""f?f" . . ff? Q C if-. .. - J, 5 ' ff :QW 1' - '- pk' -57? 1- 'E' f- 'Xi'-2-5f'w1JE"f' -.waf,-..'J- 'H .A 1- sg inlggizgk Y 5,-2 H " --A , .p?gfif,,f?g- :V92".,f'lfI? .' 1+ - r' .-" ' 2 1 ii, '- L -qi . fir' ' if w - M-g 2. f F'-Af-xx I-1 Jr- .'- ,tx ZS- . .- - Ja ZF A ' - "" - f " 'f 'fir--9 . 4- . g1.:i'- .' ".:f.11- i M-mi fly,-A ' , ,551 X - ui- L V: 3 if , . . fi.. . -' ' . 'ffl , ,ff fc 5 gf , ,- E ' '4,3rKf'fq '-""' Q, . 55' f'- 1 Y' . " , ff ,., .Le-: 1. ,-A -'J 31 V w, 'kg ' pfi5i29v' fgfwrff' aafi"?"AP. Q" f.- .. ', --. 3-, L- , Az 1.- ".L, -4 .M-4 ,5 ,. 3:-,N 55 -- 45 . .J - -, 9 ' 'wg -Q - 14-f .5 ' H :V ...gf- Q, A -' f .fl 'Ez' LE ik -'inf' r., :Al--f' I t 15 v . M J . I. ,hgit 'jj."', ' 'H 1 .1 ' - +11 . - . - ' 3 3' EEK'-.'-5fffa2'. if 1 H- 'fa ' 43 15, 1 .....- 1 --aw 1 ..,.,, . - 2' '.'3 - ' ' -Alijfx--...a..xa - N i1""W1 " - V Ji '- -115 -.Q Y- an-. 1' , ,r 'M Q..-,,.A -ww: . ' 1 54 , -' -9-1. ml -i.. . - w,mw1--H I - . . .5 -- '1-jg, l' .. 5, 5- P' 'Mg -- .9 , 'ik L 'Q 9, .. " - 4, W? C2 . 55:14 S' T 'fiqb F11 .i16x1L'..'f"Je,u.. P: -X . g ,, -.-. . x ' .- 'nj' . .,, t -Q P.. 1 - ,H P ,- . - . -gg 'Q 'F 5, ,gs 253 3, -.- -5.f.'-- 19-M-1. '14, . ,f ' . . A gr,-I - .-M. .- Q.. 'A pi . A-----'1 1 -:- :-f.- ff - . -. az..-M. -Q gi - ' -' K K ist.-ff -'L fl 11 .. uw Il A " -- .'-' ' ' :?"'K'a"?55' 'H' 5 ' . X ,- if?-1 ' '3 W 1? .r .- ' . ' '- " "Tr: . .4 'W 'S' my , A-,gmt U' ' 4, . !.m1W.q gh uw- . 3 - Ai --A Y p. 5 . A N, " cnlgf, li' " :if MSW' I -.f-!i:L.2Gw.n. T7 Y' , 4 -In . , -'za ya- : F' ' wifi ' 'fi . . W' . va 4 X ' '- . - 152. , . Mu! -1 ,- -:' . ' -' - E . .. '.2ig.1'.-Yi-'11 . ' Q. V "-'T '52 w-' EH F- .ff -4 ' if 'R - '74 . f--I - Q 5 ' . E' S-HI' ? I T' ' 5' - . - 'f ' 5- 1- ' H . , 3. -' if iw- .' Lfj- 5 13" I 2 ' , - . -, In ,f , A ,.. A. -T -4 -.L .' - JN . . .:. , ' ' : bf .. - ' at ' , J? -5:-' Y Dil. HL L',-img. 'fi 1. , 1' 7 f M-'25, . . if ' -grjkl-Q' . N f. ., Q-g..,Qff ' ' 'YQ' .-,JYW1 i .gkfgf I --.. 1: -a. -, . - I wa, .J-L2 , -31-'liyk F- , A i b -' ,TQ -:xf v' fi Ep X A , 5, .- - , 5 -L in-Y-. .gs ...wh - ,, ,! gg A I 1-mg? " ' 5? "5 "' 3: ' . ' X LkiH?Pf-2.2 l2T,,.I.gr - .-,V -53? - r V , . . .N , N, if .11 . E.. , ' r . S -'K ,513 s 3515 7 ff Q V'- fa - . T, , Q. W, , Q ., 4 1. L W M., 1.2, ', I . B. , 'vs . .. ., j N1 I --. QI? 'A 221. A J I W '-""f 77 '- ' ff.. xg. 1 ' ' lu' - - 'wus J - . 'Gr 'vii A-4 4 . . if 6 ' i 1'-r -cf v"' 5.5 ' I " k ' ' 'i - .3 ' .. M" ,. ' 1 . -A : , - -V v . , Y . ,gf -..- A 1, 'flu ,, i, HE Y Y 4 . I A ,Aja I. V721 . -i, U A ' A N V- . .. U. ,- - , .. . " . .1 if I ,- ,A P "' V' . .-"' Q . ...arf-Q Ji- -' "' ' 5' W ,VW . 1 A- i ,-' 1,3 I, JN 5. L-LQ S ',f-WEN '13 ,152 . , NL, .,--...G gfg., .ff if 5,4 E 4 4 1. Sic.: ,M L L Zi - --3 gf, 'AS .F-12 -F ff' N 1 .f L' A 3 ' .yizg . f QQ '. " - . - ' .' . -mv -wwf' ff?" . '. . . A ."'-fl' 7 - E. ' ' H W5 'ffl-l " ,- z., A . 4 K .fu l-H, i .,, -Q ,V R7 A - .7521 X .- . 5 ' .. swf' ' -4.5 ' M" J: X' .3 fl ig .-3. yi , K 215 - -1 Y ! ii g -54 '-21. , -' L ' Q' A . ,EL x ..,-:H .. , ht-, . , b -- -V 'Q if v. . I..-'hi ,li .-nf? A M sin . T - .. - Q.. N .5 i 5 ,7 I QQA ' 3 Q. I' 1 ,f ' .. ,, w k ,n 1. N- 'L Q, 5-fb'. , 6f' 'F . f 5 ,. .'5,55fg..v, - -I - . , . .- ,gf i A Q ' . 5. - .Shu . W... .,.g:.,.f.-.12- Q' . , -- 2, ' Lg Lf .3 N , P.: 1 L . 5.2 -F Ji, . my -,ff-. - . .. , ' fa' -1 ....-w.v . Q ' 'g f iff' , SW. 'df' '- A . - X if ' .V ' mu .- "W f 53155 .9 , . ' . Y. - 5 ' it Y ,. . . XA X .W K .5 1 ' - '- ,, R7 fi-2- '-w , . N : X .J -' ' 3 ' pr..-,, ' x . ' f .1 " ' fs' , X 4 , W ,sv !, 1 A Y if., . Q? ji. Q f' ' - -... ' ' . ,,. . v X, . , - ' 'ff '. ', '15 - ,,-, ' - J -.AW-,. -N , yy. - .- M. 1. , .L ., R f'Ti1i.w.- .- -F' W- - - 'F-. - -. 5 . !"- . 3 - .- ' ' f . -,Q 'V ' V...--X 3 ,, W V- . -I , . ,M if-. mx A A . ,Ei K . 4 ,K .. iw.-L .1 w ,f ' .- -x -wx - -Yi , , J Q ,NZM :Q W A X v V is L, X :I J' H if' nm u qi, v-. V., 1 if ze , Pwr v f' . ya , 1 V WH +2 7 , fi? 'Y F N. ,K ., ,557 , I L, 2 li J . Q v we- Q xii. SSA 1524415551 N Si - w . , 4 gg. T., T .1 L3 ' ' -,.-: ',,xQs4'9 V ' , -fix? 4 ..-'Q 1- ' . .fx ' .2 1 W- Q1-7 iff- . 'F U-J . .M cf" .iff 4fff'1.:'- 'I' " gg rw A E KQ f, .r'- .gi ,. 1-7,1 ..-Y q '1 l' -SE"'v . if b Q,ff."'-' ' .,f,f V ,E g,,.,v 4 'Yi " , N-, ,,- .g X .i dl. -e :ng wg" W . if , ,ww n ' -'u KT .. ,.. ka, tug fn Inf , Am ,,4, -1 Q. x Q tf M 155 -uv ., E11 'Q qw Q M- - 'Ek . ., 15. wx Q ' 35,53 uf Z 2 N qv' W., , g 9 . ,mf ,,,-. EY, wp: - '-Q-'Y V- ,..i1,Y.:5ggi'?1L Aj. ,-:gg-11 . .1 .1-,,.x:gAg -Q.. X' X 45,,n'Fj'K my xg, v V in Hur u , AA I, I, .. Q A , .WV .A.'i':1-W-flyig-iz, 2f ' ?4l 3? L .-,.. 1, ...-fig., QZTUVT T-inf. V. -.-f..-M y " ' .,- " 1 -.u A A L ,, , A. H fr 5' 1 I gig: ui -H3 " -1 1., .ff ' 4 ' TL. H ,-.:...: 41.4. gmi. -..,x,e. z., - .v . .. . . -5' Q, aw- .ygw 1 Vai? ,1.":- -1 ,. 1! 1.. wi a fa Q - 5 W, . . 4,2 Q L. 5, -..ffm-W. ' f?xS', ,. 'K,. iii L. l , .f H- .Y Y , , . ,-Rv . '4 ,. 7 Q 1 ' ,M V.-9' . ' ' n,.,....Y,,,,,,..,, IWW , ' 'f .. ' W u, Y Al T-V V X , ,5 ' 'L' W ' I, Q 'Bf'i,. . ., ', ,I 5 - " "J "Ffh 1 f fi N-'ff sw ' 2 LM' 1-5, '--V +A i-dm qxh. .f fw. U 11 I M . , . - 75 r ,QQ ' I .T ' - ' 7' AN. g . ' "ww, ,QV " ' -' "f -V 5, H ', -V. ' ' . , , . -4 ,I ,. ' -ag. L " - A . I . M47 . JW, ff. H M - . . f mfg. w . ' . I .mm ' X.. Af., .T ' .' .rg .M X , H N 15: x .422 f . ' ' - -T fa' ' A'.'H" 'N M - 1 iw- .- 5. Q :T '- , 4. l , - ' " 4 L, .- LN.-,'V " fav: ' V n- .TV . 1 .1- '!3lfl1SLL"f - 1 - f L. ' av-, .,, . . '- ,--!..P'. ' -. . It E.,-, , lg qM..Q,f,.5s2f,Q. 32,321.1uf?::?nj2'AVLL9,?gg.-Q . 1., M4515 Q E L - ..fwr' .1 h. f I- U as r ' vx ' US ' ' '-.X "'r'r ' . f' -' 4'- r "" :N-,,-f"g'. ' V' ,:.'. ."g- - . 2 1 wr' 'f,M5"ef"" '5H'vAu2- 5"'w'fffsaiesZ 11?z"J1f'?i f ,V W' y e .- , Gini' . j. V P A, 1 ,qi .. V. K . 41 -.ILM ,J-1 , A.. ' -L W' . ' - . . W .,- .: ff V. A W V Q fx, qxelga xi 3 .gf gg 4 lg g W 71-1--' , , 'A , ,i ,Lil "1 ,,, VIEU " ' f V I f' VER?-2 iz'-:-. 1 f7'Z3',,., ..-ffl-3-f:f.'.-5 'ac7iCl'F - - p?2.:" - TL. 1,-i:ff'74224m1-.-Z.- V-1' fflslfl-2 SU 'lj ,W 4- . ' 1 V ,1,.,:.,t,. .q.:5g235Sf2j,fq., 3t5Ql9jJi,f , My -A-L-.Q ' -- JL-f2F:'!..f-..i1fifiL'1. v ' :Qfff32t'15:..'?2f5??l A "yn " j 'I 'N .l y ..f H 4: ffsser X- ,w V ru -Yi? l U Ali' I' Zi.. 3. wg QQ! V Q 'QQg,qw..H: F nf 5111, -1 -, ,,,., ,,, - ...,. -2-3, -4.:4,-f'Vgs'--'- 'Q V. . . ,. , .Vf --'.-,5,7,.s.J.'-4-1:-' .,'5'-'V'fE1:'Q:'VK1 - HQ- ,K-A .mi i , . .,Vg.1V,, -f,1V...-'-,VV- ., . , ,,.V . ., :Vg - Q QQ -VH ,V ' .- ,. ix V.-V',-EMP., V9v."V,. ,.- , f' -, , g " 'V 1- V V - ,V Q4 -VW . V:,Vgi.'.if-Af.-:Q,4,?g, ..g.JLvL3EiV:. -.Vi-...VVYV3 .,k,V,V' ,M-,,. V fx, . V. V V ., ,Vw , V, V r Y ""'2i ----..-,....,L.L-wx:-:!g1. Lkah, rf .'.V,, . ,.,f . ' .u 9 f' .I 1 ' , ' V . ,fu V , V , 4 i VVAWMVLAMJ, V V L V, 1 V V -V . Vw Ll... V-v . . -Vfiivi 355:23 .X M' 'H . ' . f W... Q., . ' ' 'M - ' ' - . ,Lyla ., V ' 1 TF? 0-1 - ,V -V . ' ' 7?-.J ' -- -:.V V. re . '97-1? ' 1 ' F"f'- ' f a-'if . 'W '- "V L' f ' - V ':'1'.75VV.,4 -f.2'7'-an ' V-2 -"X-n.jiV1'.'. WN- VV.M'. - V ,--n . V " ' ' '- 6 fi'fVFiV'2-".lf .'f:VF. - 1fH2"Vf'55Q'k':25.s3' ' '14 r V, . 'f -A ' ' . -. A' ," " -V ' "'"'3""-i"Q5',:f'1iui'.k'.l:tA?'-'J'-...f"VQZ-xr-f:?Q't"??':. .. . ' , ,f "" 1-V, -. ..' X V ' s . V' ig, 537' rar' L ' -"- ' " .Lx -zz-V-z'-J sg' -- :rt .Vg. ,W V 5 ' V2 f- 5 f V -V ,. ,Q Q . -r x V ,AV '.1VV.1 g,, - , .. -A ,411 hx, ', . 2, 'J , 'V-.g-Q-'- V V, . V - Vf 3 1 1 kg ' 1" ' VV - V ' ' f' '29 " A-,fx -2 U m 1 V .V w F 13- ,VL fi - -V5 .V F gl., V ,,..' . N ,I 4 . 1 V. n 1-1 V, 4 fxin .-vp d3.VVkf13:V65M,g,k,,L ,L.V.7,.w ' . A 3 i . Ti.. V 0 . ,d 1 fs--X ' V - if V-91" .- VQ. 1 I-"1 I gag.. i f -Q JD--' . '- f -.V ' '- ,K ' ' - V,-VSV? , ' ',,- ' "i"VV'Q'.Vi .,L?4'!. Y -5' 'fi Nm 3. '-3585 " 6" f" .... ' - "f::"5PJ"-"f"T-- 'V ' V.. 1 " ".-- fV'V'5f1, 97555-V"s' ' S 5"'5FV' V C. V A3 ' . V' "I LL' Y X ' ' zJ.G"2f--2-.-1 Af-LV-31533 sf 2 f. -...V -' f' - V . , . J., -Q, .V 3-5- LTV ig' I "'g5ffJy.f.3:g4,f. ify.-:QV " " ' MV" ..f1,.7. -'jVn,,,,g fg,-"-f,,efg','.I5'jSf-F. 1 -f . " . Va- fm: 1. A "Q ,VVVV J Q- x 5,5 V' - V V.-Vr-'ZH - ' - V1 .fagrifz ig -V-.f f , 'f- .-i V,'fV"-'U V ' .1 A .V 2 VV Vs--aw-Q' fx' " "T :ff -'- ----L -'. -"f "' ,-wx-Wg 'S-'a-V: - , ' fa ' ff- '. VV! - 1 V - .V Lg ---1-,ef - 3 ,'V'i2 A ,V 5" ' lV1' - - V'.i.VQq"'VV,-5 C' .15 ' fm. , "V:Vj'ViVVgA-fi V5 7, 76 H - sf V'I:5y5'bg.:,g'-V-viii ' , ,' if-.."::"5k V' 1 ' 54 ' ' 35,-1 -Zig?-.Q- V,-,-'Qk'?'.-5 "-Q, 'Q -' - ' lf - , -if "5 g Vi " VN? 1' Vf. f- ' of-. -ff-.' V, ,-,-- V - -ayzgi.. gs- fl-.e,,,..-,w-1.V,?2?. ,YV-.4 .. - , , V31 .V , ,gf . 3.- 1 V4 A- --- " CA, 4 13, 2- ,V m.-.Jgv V ' .'-' '. - -.-if . '1' ' VV..,.-1,--, V -. ,fy ,V V ,V My ,V .1 5, J? 1 ? V- 1 ' f ---V xi-' PV ?"2?f- V ' . 3 . -V -- '- V - " - N' ' ' ' . V V ,VII 53.-V. . fi", .'-"5-"J,f.47i?,onnp',- V .- - ,,: -f.:. 'V 1f.,,V,VRxSk. 'Q"E?s -- - v ' rv- -- xv- V " lf xg' .Vx V: 1:"g.'.i: , V 12' '?..- ' "f::"7P""'V.1i.5 ' ' " 51" -4.13.-4. 3- ' - ' . -. .9 ' - ' ' '91, ' , .- 1 ' Q1 - V' , ,ENV LV, 1 222 .752 Jfy. Vw., ,Qi v w, .3 . ' 5. V V 1 S' .2 Vi., 2, rvakgr Vf:'.. ' 5.6.-p-Vjfiinjgm-:ji'g ,.,,jQLfg.'a - 45,75 171. .Vi -V V"- V '.., ' 2 ,gy - 5 , 3' 1,4 A - f,"V..,.. -V11 - . - 1 , .4 :-' ' .-1 'P ,- . .V 5 ,'-1f:1,1,xVV'h!,g ". .qgqlm 'Filip iw' ' HCV ' ,VQ -. - - 5-Vrzg--3--V-,gp fy-72 :. ,VV-5 V .J :V :V V z--- ' , ' - .,"V ' ,,. V: E , - .,.,.3-V.5,i, V f,Qg.Q..45AXi!!,5ag?!,15Q,fV..'.i.V1V.gU V g... .VVVmg'VQieQ3. VVYVVFEQ V gr .-Via. -V: I i. X 0 V VV, V145 . .'1i::g1X.?F1 -E-V jfrlcxliiu-134 .4 X V- - gxfh , . TH -T V, ,. V . 9.1 1.5 VV 'Ig-'iii ,W 17. R X if N., ' wan 'f-is-gy 'M' '11 -V ' V 1 ' H - ' if ' V.. ' 4 " ' .rf A - ,.,- .Q V . - 'Wu " 5- :V :- ,-' w - ' V- ' V ,,,: . . ' . .' -'p " xx VH::.H""lF'- ' - .-7 ' L.. V 'V V. V V 1: "' V . F- ' V 9, - p V gx .L V. ,A 4 Y' rg-.V-,V-:'T'W'W""---VV--..V-V . ,L...,L.-V:,-'. H, ' EW-VlV". 4.2 V 1 Mi' ,xt?kL,V'-f'-ffF"'-51'-' "- V' W 154' 'ff 'f V- J "' ' , V ., - . '. V" ' ,f 4 - VVVV ' ., Q, 'V , I , -V . . - 4 ,V '- - - r Fi..-V . ' 5 W - V-'S .. I -1 V IE V .iff V' Q---',V 1. 23V'yC I' H '- - 'VE 3 ' ' .-gz.V,i,x-V-V :NLVV . .Af Vg-,,.13 v Q1 V V VV V 'Y gg -V, ff? -. Hd.. , F, ., 1 '-V1 'VV VV --V1.8 '- ' 1 . . V A. V V,V- ,, -3. V , . A' .. 3, ,V , V VV, 4-,V-. -V,,.L,.., V V -',,' -Lf--, -3.1. ' ' V . V V .f 'V. ,. if 'Q -'mf' ' . ?.V. 3l5"'1 ' . V ' "4 ' A . "ff, 1 .1 -- ffsg--'wWQ?V,',g5ig1V5 2-fx ':'2-,Va-1.21.5 V 1. .. 4 'L .Vi -' 25:1 V.. ' - if.. .V -' V, -V .fk-.f..Vf -.VJV VJ- Vw...-V. " ,, F " .V .-1 V V. f . VV V V.-.1 , .- in -"Q--r,-1 fg5.:.-13-T5 K u ,za 1, 2' EAS, -. .- . V.,-Vp I 5 , .- -4 -- V+ V -.- . - , V ' - - " .. -- - -. , .- ,Q-'.V.-:--.1 - -, p,.1fL.V,f,13"' 11,55 gf' V ' V V, s ,FIV-V 4 V VV,-r--"pg I-.M V-,V , 5. g,,..::,'4.'?V'.',, ' 5 ,V' ' V . " Q- , Q-.V-RQ, 'V' V, V , 1, '? ' AY . Q 7F"i'.U. :VV 2 VH' ' .J"1i',,"Qpi' Q., " - f , - - V .V V ' . .-. -- -- ' V' ' ' -23' - - .V - ' 5 w. . '65 -'NLS 'B--V-4?i:'hi."'f-':'f"' ,. ' V . V V ' " " "E, ' V 'las-5 ff . I - - ,wi . V .W . .V V .V V . . V .I .... .V wut V V V VJ. ,Qi f?f27j1?5Q fm? .-V-lV:VwV2V ,gig 1" Y 1. . , V- L i.- - -V' ,, . ' VA , ' VV . 'S -V -V WV-' ',-i,.f7h"'.r'f,g'5:'E'?f1.-'X V ,"fff':. 'f k j ,i' - V- 4 1" ' ' ' ' b QV' 'Z 1523 . -- '- ' ' , . 1- V VV ' Q, - 'V . .'13'l1.f..3f V'V:VVj V J KV V VV V V A --. ,,V.g..V'.Vf',.. V , 'VV V rl V V VV V V lf",-QQ, V,:',f-QT--'7'.f - W 'Y Af"2.fQ.'-:fs-'F,V,Vf 1... ,.-, ' - VK , ' " is , ',TW- Vw". In ' - V. 1' V 'Fw 1 "' ' ' V' ' ' ' ,-gfa VW., V V . ...V . ,M .. . V . .V ,. V V , , . - V 3 QVEQVVVVV-,V V , ,- , V V V V V. - ,V f .V -. ' ' . -ff VJ' "1i'51l1-. 1-L1-fcgfx , 'V V ' Q. V' ' ' ', V.. . V - . . , . ' ' V V :V1'- N -' 'ev-V , - v .- J. . - " '-. ' .VJ-f-' fix- - I ' V .V VV.V .Vr. .f1 ,E" ""-, .' ' . H - V f,L.V.Vf. , 1 :. .- ,mf-,,15,71T,,-. .,,.,1.,.:.:.,,T ,,QAjV'g,"" V - V I V , , V " V A- '- ' l"' ' l V' ' 'V 9 ZW '- V"V -,V ' ' ...VV . V L - - -. . V ., V .,.-V , , . V - - . : V'-- '-', wg, A 5, V,-V 'V V- .1 -V V :Q l V . - ' K' :Vw-VV HV .V ,V Vf' 1, V V, ,- V ' .V , V V A VA . 1 v dum LV C, AE ,E V VV .. .IV pi YB..-in U ff.. V Vi. 1 , V. I 'X nc, '5f!'V,QI, VjVV,5V..5'f', , .',':- , j' 7 . -' 'M'!"""'4L V .. Y :V A V, Veg- , .MVVXE Y , , -' ij- V. X 1 V, . V I. 1 V ,, . X VT -- 1 ,VV . - '-'M VV... H. .lk ' VV V 4- V V V up 4. ' 4 uc -Ax. V . if I ' V 4 ' X' 9 .f " V J ' V " - Q- V- F ,,zi ' ' -' . , K' fl gf V Q1 ,E-,V 3 Z.. . L ' " J 'J ' V1 ,. Lggf 1 .VA jg . , N" -VGA ,V-VVQM In - ' JJ. ' - ' . . ' V ' ' - V' '--.' V ca V. - 'f .- 4- f V- V L- V -NIV , V Q. IVV, . fy- f f , V 'ff Q J , i , ' - 1 ,- V 4 V M V, . -, r V . , 5 ' - . V- JM. , . 1 ' "z, 17 :U I , ,r "."wiai" ,fyiq ' ., VLC. ' 1 'f Q ' 'Q . :- V- :', V,.' V-. .Qi '- -.. J H' 175. E' 55" ' ' ' V, V, EV .tit .1-V T. I . .Q V AV 4-,l ' 4. , V W V IV Q jg, V' L A .VLEWZV .giifmjj , . V I ' . , ' F715-,V , A 1,3 , V J.. if--' J --122+ V, , If V ,- 41 , ., V 4 . . ,K wx ,Vis I Y V iA.WV.','mI VV ,V A, 5' ,. .F ,X V . 4 lf. . V -1' '--V ..- . ,. ' 1, f' Vhgw, .-..-an - w--.T ., . - , V--' V ...--' Mi.: VV -' ,' : , ' - . V V . -V . a . ' 1- ,V , , ' V n . , V .. A-V. I ,J V 11" .--. v Jn .V , ,La-:,V 1 V'-f-L, Y V, v. l V A 1 1' .fh N, Q, U 4 X. if "fig ' 3 H 'L . V V 1 4. A i wr' 'Q 1L'?:'!"-'Q' V' :HGV ' "LM:-V . r V . '-V. 5IV'V-aff? ' 'ff' 1 ' 'V -V -I . 'Vf "' .. '1 .., . ' If -V " . V ' ' LV: ' '.V f' V. 't , N X L, . VF' in A .2 mf.. X K , 'V V JV A .. ' ,., VL.-Q.- A - A V . , 1 "'f'f"f"""',,V I 'Vw-Fi: j- A , ' "- - - ,- V , , "' - H H . V V isf-f .. , . - 'Y . . I n . V 5. . , ,V " rw -: A ,- ' Qi ' i - ' 1 ' 'T S '- - ' V ' . VV Q33 :YHA 2 ' , 'Sk V ,- , ,,. Q- . , . 32-'-1.31 +A.. 'f - V " 'V ' .- wr- V. 1 . 'A' ' 'Y ..1-J' " g fg: Vzc V Vg! VV ,V ,, , ', ' . ' V -'2- Qc., yr, V 1 "1.i'1 '- r..,. A .Q - 'R V ' - N ix! '. : ' - ' - --V 'vqfgf'---! X -J-"ffLV 'y-:j-'Vila N -v,: N V i ' QQ A' j L , .0 I " -.'-gi. JK K F" ' -,I Tr A V' ' .V, Voffifufnlw 45 T ' h 1, -if-Q :J S -N , - J -14, 4 , -- 34V 'Nw' .. ' ' ' " ' I .V 1 ,- 5 -j , gmt. :nw all ,hir --.VH A ...ri I Q . , I I ,,--Y . , V - FJ I L-I xv, V A .1 :VI QJR VHW ':.fv',YT A -, .V X - . , M . .. . pf,-'-4 1 - 75" 'L-V ., .1 -, , ' "2fE-'.?5ffZ1f.T"-'i'i1 V. :-?14-.V.fV-', V V4-2.,QQQggiV""' - '- . '- ,t-555' L , ig:..g.f!: VT:.:??u"5'i,1.:f.'1iE? :V Aixiieql A 'T V . V .. Y, if V ,V w - x 11 V .f x , Q . U5 il ,Q ' 41 3, 'X A 'rf K i :B g g ww x 1 H X Q if ,,:' A 1:1 ' 4, If E' ' uv .v M 5 .51 , if 'ff , W' ' .v.1""'L Yu' lisa? 4" ,3Hg,f. QQ, f , ff -1 'L' 1:5- Q- ffl 31--Qi .!1f:-ii-- Aff In - fri 4 Colleqe of Enqineerinq Reprocluces Famous Siqn A .F X 4 Y Q ' iiiifaltg 'Hts--' 1, In the August, 1927, issue of "Architecture," there appeared as the frontispiece an ironworker's sign that has stood the test of critics for centuries. A reproduction of this sign was made in the Forge Shop of the University by In- structors Stephen T. Saunier and J. G. McBee, with the assistance of engineering stu- dents, and was placed at the entrance of The Henry W. Wendt Shop of the University. This sign was found in the town of Assisi, the Episcopal seat of Umbria, Italy, in the province of Perugia, a town which occupies a fine position on a mountain with a view over the valleys of the Tiber and Topino. It is mainly famous in connection with St. Francis, who was born there in 1182, and where he died in 1226. Below the town to the southwest, close to the station, is the large pilgrimage church of Santa Maria degli Angeli, begun in 1569 by Pope Pius V with Vignola as architectg but not completed until 1640. It contains the original oratory of St. Francis and the cell in which he died. Adjacent is the convent of San Dirniano, erected by St. Francis, of which St. Claire was first abbess. In the early middle ages Assisi was subject to the dukes of Spoletog but in the 11th century, it seems to have been independent. It became involved, however, in the disputes of Guelphs and Ghibellines, and was frequently at war with Perugia. It was sacked by Perugia and the papal troops in 1442, and even after that continued to be the prey of factions. The place is now famous as a resort of pilrims. and is also im- portant for the history of Italian art. , Mm wwe 104 it ,z ,fx xx XX 3 Q 'MILITARY' If S I l ,r W l A,-f l X l nh! f T i r 1' 3 Q fx W l lx K 4 4' ' W I M R. O. T. C. lnsiruciors First Row, Left to Right . First Lieutenant P. E. Lestourgeon, Captain Harry D. Scheibla, Major Owen R. Meredith, Commandantg Captain Clyde Grady, First Lieutenant James F. Rees Second Row, Left to Right - Warrant Officer Geo. A. Knight, Warrant O1Ticer Edward F. Gallagher, Master Sergeant John A. Short, Sergeant Elmer O. Kinker, Sergeant Herman B. Bryant Other Instructors: Captain William A. Cunningham, First Lieutenant H. D. Criswell A N N ff! :Nj - l I iw! !-' if l l X w I H Ceiclei Reqimenial Siaff First Row, Left to Right Colonel Ben G. Crosby g Mary Armstrong, Sponsor: Lieutenant Colonel Louis S. Payton Second Row, Left to Right Captain Benjamin D. Harrison, S-lg Captain Carey S. Spicer, S-25 Captain William L. McGinnis, S-35 Captain L. G. Forquer, S-4 , ' .0.. A Mk Z gy' ,F I FIRST BATTALION STAFF Major Austin M. Hendersong Hazel Baucom, Sponsorg First Lieutenant Vernon M. Chandler, S-1: First A Lieutenant John O. Pasco, S-2: First Lieutenant Leslie O. Cleveland. S-35 Second Lieutenant Conrad A, Rose. S-4 4 , u 1 l X SECOND BATTALION STAFF I Major Rex L. Allisong Virginia Young, Sponsorg First Lieutenant William R. Humber, S-lg First Lieutenant l Charlie A. Whitaker, S-25 Captain W. D. Trott, Acting S-4: First Lieutenant Stanley H. Robertson, S-3 I N wage 108 x -' , il N . X l COMPANY COMMANDERS AND SPONSORS I Captain William D. Trott, Soris Smith, Captain E. W. Kirk, Kitty Drury, Captain C. O. Fury, Mary King Montgomery, Captain H. S. Ray. Mary Prince Fowler, Captain B. C. Stapleton, Mollie Mack Offutt. Lieutenant W. R. Humber, fCaptain W. S. Morgann Mina Pate - l . 1 l V R. O. T. C. RIFLE TEAM 1929-30 O. B. Coffman, Louis S. Payton, Rex Allison, Austin M. Henderson, William Eacles, Alvin McGary, William Florence. I. C. Evans, S. C. Perry. Cecil Smith. C, M. Christie ff 7- ,....-- 4,1 l The mililarq Department l l, 'l Iwi' BY LYNN JEFFRIES The World War found the United States in its historical status of un- readiness, necessitating the drafting of raw, untrained men and hurrying them overseas and to the front lines with only a few weeks training which barely gave them the rudiments of military knowledge. In 1916, Congress, realizing the state of unpreparedness which the country was in, passed the National Defense Act, which provided for the maintenance of a small well-trained regular army and a citizen reserve. The Reserve Officers' Training Corps was established with units at various educational institutions to provide the reserve. The R. O. T. C. unit at the University of Kentucky was established in 1917 by request of the Uni- versity authorities to the War Department. ,Although the year 1917 marked the beginning of the R. O. T. C. at the University of Kentucky, military training was by no means a novelty here. When the Kentucky A. SL M. College was founded in -1866 under the provisions of the Morrill Land Grant Act of Congress, military training was required for every physically fit male student. In those days, a stu- dent led the same routine life that a private in an army post led, rising to reveille, marching to meals, mounting guard, drilling, and going to bed by taps. As a result of this monotonous existence, a spirit of dissatisfaction manifested itself and for a while the enrollment declined. Today, the four years' course in Military Science and Tactics is di- vided into two parts: the required basic course of two years and the optional advanced course of two years. The advanced course is composed of students who are outstanding in their basic course work and are recommended by their instructors. After having completed the prescribed four years' work, these men are commissioned Second Lieutenants in the Officers' Reserve Corps of the United States Army. Only a minor portion of the instruction is drill, its purpose being to teach the student discip- line, team play, and cooperation. Most of the instructional time is devoted toorienting the student in elementary phases of the military profession. The popularity of the Advanced Course is evidenced by its increasing enrollment. The department outlines to the candidate for the advanced course what will be expected of him and what he may expect, leaving the decision entirely to the individual. Each advanced course student receives a nominal remuneration fthirty cents a dayl from the Federal govern- mentg however, but few students are motivated by mercenary considera- tions. V The purpose of the department is to cultivate and develop qualities of leadership, honor, duty, and good citizenship. The students composing the advanced course are the leaders in all branches of campus activities. This is the only department of the University where the honor system works successfully. There are twelve hundred students in the Military department, com- posing two infantry battalions, but it is evident that another battalion must be formed soon, due to the increasing enrollment. Some years ago it was recommended to the War Department that a mounted unit be estab- lished here and' the University authorities endorsed the movement. Q rw CDRGANIZATIONS l X K I ff? fe f ik Men's Siucleni Council N V Officers REX ALLISON . . . . . . . . President GORDON FINLEY . . .... Vice-President BENJAMIN LEROY . . Secretary and Treasurer SENIORS WILLIAM CUNDIFF . . . . College of Commerce REX ALLISON . . College of Commerce RUFUS LYLE . . . . College of Law THEODORE MANTZ . . College' of Arts and Sciences JOHN O. PASCO . College of Engineering DUDLEY SMITH . . . . College of Agriculture ' . J UNIORS GORDON FINLEY .... College of Law BENJAMIN LEROY . College of Engineering TRUE MACKEY . . College of Education DAVE TIBBALS .... A . College of Commerce SOPHOMORES OLLIE PRICE ....... College of Agriculture COLEMAN SMITH ..... College of Commerce FRESHMAN A HUGH VAN ANTWERP ..... College of Engineering The Men's Student Council of the University of Kentucky is a gov- erning body founded, in accordance with the authority granted by the University Senate, to secure and maintain an effective organization of stu- it dent government on the campus. The members of the council are elected 5 annually by popular vote and the representation of colleges and classes is controlled by a definite system of rotation. 1 I ,af l W X nu' 4 V f VV N P X K V l V nge 1121 V V X - .1 RAE. " - .V-'V .. ' w : .V V ,. V 5-QVV .I1-" V,'- ,r Vu XI I V.VI 4. - - I VIVVI V ,I.I , I QV! .-x,, .- IQIVMQ 9'-ry .-VVKVV 1-I--4-,Q V j. .wg 1- V1.2-m V-.'yy,:L.V- ,,,, SVVQV I V, V fg I V,'V',7I- .VVgvII,.IVI-gfffgf VIMy,fg .- II.IV,I II VV I I VSIQLI-VIIVIII.V "VV QIVIQV-jIVVI . ..1 .,II II -7-1 '-V.-T' "fl .if " . 5-7 :if 14-VP-1 V f, ' 'A 'V' , "5 -2 V. f V' ' Ju' L Iffif if , 1 " 51 'iff 'if' - 1 k' V"'L'9ff " A I " - V- ' pg, -f, V Ip- V --VfIn,f.. ,Vg ' ... , - I ,I I .V .ly .QV I VV, . VV, ir., III- .'V 4 .1 - ,.V-V:,,V V. .V- A .- V. ,. ,..I. .. . .. . V . V . . V .V I V A .I ,V . J. VIQ5, ,p..... VI V, I ,V. .w -'-" ,-'V ,f '. 5-V.. 1-V NI.. V,.. 2 "' 'fg ".., ,..- V. N 1 1-. IL. -3 ' VV. '--V .. 5 fr.'.-2R.g'Vf.-XI.II-V'i25,1w-- .QV -- - - .-VVJEVM-VV. -,'.-'Vx "fLV'V31'?x3 Ka V'Zl9."?- EA-'VZV-:EV --S'--2-fff'f' fi . .-:'VVV-f'f ' 4 Q if-.-2' U" '-1 VI 0.-,.y'W:,-' T: -, :VV .. .IV V, , V- ,Vf,. ,'iQs:V.V-VI 1 ' ,-V w 1 ff , V 'pf eng. 1.5.1. rf -LM 'HH VN 5 V . . -V -if-... . Y. V. , 1.95 5- 'VJ-1' .V .w.".V':--V ia.-V , ug f V -3 r-, I rf- V V -1. V :I V I ,. .kv VV- N ' H' ,- . V,-VV -QV V ..' ,' . -. -.'- V' . 1 ' ' V:"'V,, 2112- 'fs . V. V 'e : 'Af '- " --3. V" ' VII " 1-II HVVIIII th- :I V .V .V 'I I fIQfII TI V -L' V .- -5.-UT- - 5, -"'R"'r'v .Vu .V-.M QV- ,, V ,a.V.. .' 'I -I: ,V II Vx I IV - V g-,'.1'II:.IIV. ' ' -' V .-- -'-' 1 HV r Vr--VV. LVVV V fr V ' -y. '-'H' X f-.-:zu V " f V 1 :U VV VV VW--.1-1 -' , I V: . . V " V .1I:.V'V- ' I V . . V .nf . L . -. :-. . ' , gay- 'Ni-, 1 .QV ' V V -5,11 ' I II .II . I II . IL? I - , V .V-. ,VV4 V' '3-3-,g,4.II VI - V. fr. 1 -. ,' 9. V 1VL.Q-hf"w,i:- i,VV Vf PTH'-W he V' , V ":'V"? QL. "" 'l'I-f.1' 176-1 ,V "HV - TY? ' '-ww . V- -...V-V -'1 -13512 gf' ilfx.-lr'-.'f V"'V1'ifQ'-12112 ,. fi' 1 V gg. ' V-'V " " ,HV . ' 45' ' 'Va ..vV :IQ L LV. " " .2 QV 1' -s...'V -- 'VVV LYQ ' ' V . . . L. V V .Vi .V ..V V .V , . ,V ,V ,r V ....V,, . . . V.IVV N, '. 1 - - ef'lQgiVVjV:'1lD.-1-'Eff'-IW.. ' -.3IuEq,L4f?'f2f'V 9-ffVVVfI .9 t',5gV-IV - ' , M ' 'V-V . -'11-Svefriy JV,-'23-'iff'-1:-: , VV:.I ..:g .gs V-"wi ...i '5- I. -I1 VI ,,,, 3 V 3. I ., I , .. V. V,II.II.V.IV -f. I '. VI ' 7?-',f:V SIM..-24' fi? ei., VVVVJQ "ef I, . I5 1' ' ,-r'V ,- V II III .. I I: Jfn:-.-VL. . L V ,...-.1I.-' . I-IRG. ' VV , II-I 7-Vg I -,fy V, mfr- p.I.I-. . ..I, V' :Is .V V V f.- .s -- V. V- -. V, V-V - :sz V- L V. Ve. X' . V .1 'QIVV iff" QQ- 1-"xt 'V NVQ- i' 3544. ,f V 7?-Vi i':V , - Vf- V -- -,j :1'1V-'-nf -- 1' ,-V-II ff - '- .VVVVK ., V ,gm gag-f"i,fPV4' -VV' J N.V-.V.,VL1ws-:Vgg-V'?.ef9VI-'-.. ' La'-V VV VV -.V V,-'L A .gf ., -,f-V---A '-, - .-V-,gVgV.,, V cs, 'ff - -- - -- ..V V-4 -?fs':-Vw VV. ,fr ,Vw-.?fV."-V -1'- -L 'f1I.'.71.fWLL .Tr "WV 5.5255 WI! ' ' "yi .31-' WZ'-l"f'4 '- .VV 'Sai 'Q Q.-1. 3V 4 IfII'I,- qv., , -- - Vx I.,f,1., NI ,. ' :V 5,I..I. V VI Z V .- 'V IV'VI, VIR, f - -.'.'g-QV.-rf"V gi'jV'iVf.:X'-Qc?-I!-Iufaxvf V ,jf 53- ,VV ,. .' . -yy V..V-II--: V III . V- .-,.I I-I.-VV V 4 E. II, V.,.,, IVA- I..1.I-af' 7V 'V,,I- .IVV-Vv, V-VV. 1 V fgl, :VVIIV .1 .- -4.5 Yi-J ' . fp Lrg ' ,V-'Y . . 14. . -1. f'.f f .. - ' -J-V:-Q, ,V V.-' XL ,V-L4."VVQ-1-if 17513-.V.IiQi.'VV si Fi f,VV,V-V125--3 1 ,.?:42VjfL- 1- V 1 .' --'i-, V. .V.-' V' 9251 , 'V - " -. VVIIVQVIQVV- -- .IV V'.',L,V.-. V: VV' . V- -V- f-'yi' Q5-H+" Vw., -af ' 7: ' 1 A A-'T f ff? ' Q' .1f .12-:Eff 3 'im 4- ff- -. fi flf 17-V V' V -2255 "5 VV, V '. rf?-:f"v" 'Q if :'.5VvV4-11:-vz' K "' 'j.I.VC,w-1412 ff' ,VV-V152 Wal HV' V ' 5,2-4. 2,1 'I E 'VL-'7' Ll'j'x'Z-341 ' ,.--v V if -11. I.-"1 ' 'i-'KA Y ' ' his - ,V . V ' 45:31, '..e.Vf+. -er... 5-' ' -' 1 :V ".-.V-rf.-' 'P .. - .V V ' V 'V -' VV' .JV fair' " -- .- fVV U' ,V .VI fl' V 'Iitw fII.fIIffi :IQ5-I ' fI:V7JL'wj-QNEXI '- YIJ' I '-Im' ' .' -V . V 'ri "VI i"-' , :I 2 I , 'V-"1g+'l5. 6. .I ' VI a.- V 1 ' ---uf" V95 ---. :. --.L Va' .V .V wg-.1 V'-arg Vu-.-vV.V.1 -. VV-V. V V cV,. I Mai' :I wwf I. VI.. I YV. VL-V fVV,2:. .- V.. .ff ? " ' - A """- img, '1:V.2"3Sgi V'f' 5' :I V KI -' V' V-9 -,52i5f?fIg972'i'-QV 'Q' JI'jV"!L" ' HL- - " x Vf. 'nfl V. . ,1.': . -L VW -V.I..V- -,5-V: ' Q - r r -'M' V V- f--1: V' 1l1'.'I' .r -X. Vi- ,Vp V- V. ' . -V Eb. IIVXIXJ IIS. II. . IQIIIVLCVV -IIIII17:3I?g-IIVIV IV,,Iz?II5g.I x II I V I. I . IV .I II . I , IV II,.-.,'I,4- .i R .I II. N-V., V V IV5 'lyk I , I .' 1- Is ,- , Y 7 V - V' .'-"3 "ENE "EAU FV- " "3 1"3f.V-'V"-.6fVX'." -. ' "V 'V' f' " I I l' 43 . :V-11"-Jcvu ,:" :"VV ' 'Va ,V -fl v- VJ: z,'V 1' J' ,F-Z. V' 'V'. "," V V .- .:-., V, 1-3. V Q I V-',V. '. --'I.--ju Q - ,- f ' VV ', -VVI.-' If. V- - ,rj--V-I ....,J . 2 '-V,F- 5. , ' "V1"Vf7 -",,,f'.Jf'rVa1??f'1i1"'-.. QQ- Z-'-T -3- 53" .. ' 'MJT 'gl-V1,--1-V-VV V Mi..fV'ffxV1'i FV..-V Vg ak, - --:VV-"U -. . ' 1-'rn' Tx - V .-'.-mrfzf--f. Vff-.--fx 1-V -A if ' -' ' . . 2 . V. V -,V Q-V. .. ' ' f' ' V- V. - f' Vw -qs.-HV: .x Vi, .zZ- H -",-'aw ' .. V V V V .. V VI- -'A 1, ' I. ,-.Q-v V' J.,-, ' , ,Vs-,V" V-pl -LVTQ 'CI'-V x :G-LII.,ffflI ' ' I 'Ifw X 3 ' "QS 'I.V-f HI ff-TNI II .-jf .- ' ij V . -a.57aV..,Ve.,, . IV' .VI I-V V '-f" . 'igvVQIEI--Q-V:..:I---Vf'.V.f-5 T-,j Vid ' ':V--V-7' V: BMI, ,IVV . T F a-V271 fYTV'.' V' VVV'1'.,.-.- , .VJ -- "'.' ,.,-e Ig. ' If-' HH, TT, 22:50 1 '- - '22 M . 3-iz.,gfVf-W' ,R 'V :Q--Jw-'Vi :,,V V, g.zII.f,.- . V- X C- .3 VA V V . V- I V. ,I - -2.5.-q, -V, I -V E- , I V6 V ,'.I- V'-, 'V - V,fj' -, ' a. , V-.-AL .ge-aaa--"V 5 .-I.I,"i V 13- .""f-V' K,-"f.V? V . " - 4 'VX . I Q fV'J'I 'ff51?'V"f .' ",-"'f'lH 'V -f V , V. I,V . . VV - ,V ,V V V.. . . .IVV .. ,I. V I.Vq, VI , 1V I , . I V. I - .V .. VV -, if :L ,V ,1 ' .' VV , -I h , V -g,. . -- . ' fy. ?'.fV. J'-E.-1',V' gg. I"II-'KVI-. ,I 'VV :I'1I qw -- I I I f I ' I II: FL EI-VIIIIQ' I,-H . .IVI,V . If ,I I I I I-I I II III. IIVII -at-,III I 7 3 VI. .V XII, I , V . u VJ - ' .A V. V VV .' -'H ., VIV. IIV ,I,. II. IIII V II V . I..V I . VV IVV ...I I WIIIQI IV, II y .V -V . ' - . V I V :VI-A ' V, If IIILIV' 'ggi V - -1- 3 - ' 5- ' V ,C I- V .Q-Vs sg-I 4- . sn- V . V .I V V .. , , JV ' .Li?,a- ' f -. f. xx A" 'I Y JK 55:5 " V V 1--'M -SH Vin. ff V V -1 --.VV V' VV V . f "A ., I V , V- ".,-1V2',Q'g,- V ,- U-' gf V ' , ""'1f2'1' V ME "N ' V -' " VL V' ' "W ' V S -VV' , ' If! I ,vm . IV 'EIINI III-V I,1 -f' - -- 1 ,J . .IVIIV I bi VV' gg-I. .VIVIIBIXI - II . ' h I ., V , VI. I. I - . I. r,'eV I V V..-. 'VL 1 5 -.VV Ig V- Hur .I I . .. V.,:VI V . V, V V I - VVV, .. V - yu. . .1-VV --.I.V.I - ., -- 2--' .. '- -ellis . V -V ' .'V V . V --VM "Vg JV,-',V L- - -F LM V . , IzI.:'s43,1,- . ' -VJWRVV .V - 1 P V MV, V I VVVI - V. - I ,. .II I:I., 51 I 'g ,-If - 'Q I , " I'-I "'NQf"' 'V"V- IJ-Viv I V r - WV. .. -I 1 - ,V I... - g -' AL V. f , "5 QI .V ,V ug.. .I . ga I. II,I .I .. .III III I II ., .2 -rp " I '. xv Il' -. I "V 'I' ,'f'V.g'-V ' V V Wx ." -5 V ..-VV-g H - . :.I f VV ,.f- I.. PRICE C U NDIFF FINLEY ALLISON MANTZ SMITH SMITH LEHOY TIBBALS PASCO ' fir AM lllome-n's Aclminisiraiiue Council and :ws . .Z '- . .F ,. . , fr ' -If il 7- ' ,', f' :L-EE E15 is T-S in ".v31'ee', V351 5' f 251, I 1 L G V y 1 'Y N34 N 'K l' f 1 .3411 . , i ,,?,!.!u L 3 1. 1:-.gg 1 . V ' -'I gl - ' gm -, 1 V . , . . , Iv'.!llT?w.b '. -,fi-fFl.A yr 6 A ,f t ' l Xl' S' -X WALKER RENAKER SWEARINGEN JOHNSON CUNDIFF I-IARDIN POOLE HAILEY BRYANT KATTERJOHN KENNEDY MARRS HOLLIDAY OFFICERS GEORGETTA WALKER . . . . . President ELEANOR SWEARINGEN . Secretary MARGARET CUNDIFF Treasurel' MEMBERS KATHRYN KENNEDY . . W. S. G. A. President FRANCES HOLLIDAY . . Theta Sigma Phi Rep. KATHERINE KATTERJOHN . Boyd Hall President ANNA CULTON . . Phi Upsilon Omicron Rep. ELIZABETH ANN EWING Patuerson Hall President HELEN TABB ..., Smith Hall President ELEANOR SWEARINGEN . Y. W. C. A. President DOROTHY JONES . . Stroller Representative VIRGINIA DOUGHERTY , Kernel Representative BERYL HARDY . . Girls' Band Representative MARY ELIZABETH FISHER Su-Ky Representative MARGARET CUNDIFF . Vice-Pres. Senior GEORGETTA WALKER . Vice-Pres. Junior MARY KING MONTGOMERY Vice-Pres. Soph. JULIA C. WEBB . . .Vice-Pres. Freshman EMILY HARDIN . . Phi Beta Represenlative Class Class Class Class MARY VIRGINIA HAILEY . Mortal' Board Rep. NANCY DUKE LEWIS . . Chi Delta Phi Rep. MARGARET MARRS . Alpha Delta Theta Pres. EDNA JONES . . . Alpha Gamma Delta Pres. ELIZABETH POOLE . . Alpha Xi Delta Pres. M. BELLE HUMPHRIES Beta Sigma. Omlcron Pres. ANNA FRANCES RICHARDSON Chi Omega Pres. MARY FRANCES YOUNG Delta Delta Delta Pres. LOUISE SCHMITT .... Delta Zeta Pres. MARY LOUISE RENAKER . . Kappa Delta Pres, KATHERINE GRAVES . . Zeta Tau Alpha Pres. MAE BRYANT . . . W. S. Cv. A. Secretary N an fs fi X f l lDomen's Self-Cgovernmeni IX Jlssociaiion K Eli" ' E ' 5 .' I , 1 'v v ffm V , ' I , E ,.-.- ,5 ,,5 f .- JY -.Y- KENNEDY BRYANT RAY MARTIN COUTY TABB COMBS KATTERJOHN BIRD GRIFFITIAI DYER OFFICERS KATHRYN KENNEDY . . H .... . . President KATHERINE KATTERJOHN Vice-President MAE BRYANT . . . Secretary JANE D YER .......... . TTC ZISIIYEEI' KATHELINE KATTERJOHN. President: Boyd Hall - HELEN TABB. President Smith Hall ELIZABETH ANN EWING, President Patterson Hall R MEMBERS MARY GRIFFITH KATHRYN VOGEL EUNICE COMBS KATHERINE SMITH CAROLYN RAY JANE DYER GEORGIA BIRD NIARGARET HOVVARD ANNA MARTIN WX JOSEPHINE COUTY Page1151 E In X1 i 7 - Men's Pan Hellenic Council N . li r' V' fl W-4 . A , N 1 KAY. o'RoARK. STONE. WHITLOW MURPHY, MORRIS, YEAGER. FLORENCE. DAY, MOBERLY, KIKEL OFFICERS ALBERT J. KIKEL . . . . ..... President HARRY DAY ..... Secretary and Treasurer MEMBERS WILLIAM FLORENCE . . . Alpha Gamma Rho HARRY DAY . . Alpha Sigma Phi ALBERT J. KIKEL Alpha Tau Omega RUFUS WILSON . Delta Chi V KIRK MOBERLY . Kappa Alpha I-I. H. MORRIS . Kappa Sigma GORDON B. FINLEY Lambda Chi Alpha CLARENCE YEAGER Pi Kappa Alpha N GEORGE KAY . JOHN MURPHY . GEORGE WHITLOE FRANK STONE . , BEN LEROY . Phi Delta Theta Phi Kappa, Tau Phi Sigma Kappa Sigma Alpha Epsilon N Triangle IN I l fl I X we AXXXL lDomen's Pan Hellenic Council R V YAX. Q N A V ' ,L . , ,.-., T.- 1' 1 15- I - I ,-LVM' '1.-'Q'llf:"ff" f' " 1, K N . I A I fl. lf . - L 9 A A H 7'-ah! Aww ' 5 " ,2 59 fn vw I wiv. 3: ttyyuu V. X '- :-, ff, I . 5, Z A Iii ' ' - 7 ,j- '-3 'lilll - P31 ' , '2 ' i I-,eg 2 - 4- ffwify-I "' A at-21 v . Hin 'Tl-lf ' ' I I I I ,' ,' HQL'-,Q br is Avi., m , 7 1. Ffa .- ., I r ,A b A.,.,,-Pi l , 1 , f 'I . ,, ,, .1 e f 'iii' - , , ik Lg. ...X , W f-'X-I ,Q if-L thr, , - I "Y lg ' A 4 A . .I T., , , l-..- L.. .- ,. ..-,:fgf.,'. V 1133. 1--I :L , . ,VA-, , if gy' Q, frzffaiziii' , . f ' -, . '5 k i.: ffl?" ' ' iff!-' ff ' , If I , ,L V A --' 'fbi xiii-' if Iliff' 'E 2-.Rm .. ' Milf-1" 1 x 'fl I ' ali ' 5 aff' ., E f ' ,'lfV" - at , 'I' , , H ' , I Q - 1: - -2 ,f ,-- .4 :I L-'-, - 3.3 , 5 All F Q, ' . gg' ' , f . '- 1 I? Q. ,ii J 1, Y ' JA? 1 ' I-' v . - fl , V 3-f ' - W 'life 5. ' ' , f 'V 1 W' if f Qtfifiefif 11' I' il 'n 3 "' f TR ,,.J.G'f'?. V " ti HI? "I-75 ' :L - - ' '. Q" , f fi ' ':. ' -. - , A, we -I W - X -V5 Q if jj, , K 4. E J' 9 ry L,-u,Aii I'-,Q ,- V I. 1 'll 5 T' 1. "I" :f-1, U ff, 4, gf r 5 -7 pw - 25325 L . ,I - , 5 I w 'S ' iff' A- 7 it 'if - .,.. , f' '- A ' "MTX l, I ij.. 14-ll., "J ' ' " 'C lqfv ' ' A - fi '-f"f5f" Q E 'ff' , I' I A I l'4l I .jlfigilf ' ' A II 4 .N xl BRUNER, JOHNSON. SMITH, WARREN. GARY, CUNDIFF SCHMITT. LANCASTER, MARTIN, MITCHELL. YOUNG, BICKEL SWEARINGEN. OTTERBACH. MEGOVVN. HOWES, HUMPHREYS. LITTLE OFFICERS LOUISE SCHMITT ...... ' . . . President MILDRED LITTLE ...... . . Secretary MARY MARGARET HOWES . . . Treasurer MEMBERS MARY MARGARET HOWES . . . , Alpha Delta Theta MARIANNA LANCASTER Alpha Delta Theta MARGARET CUNDIFF . Alpha Gamma Delta JANE GEARY . . . Alpha Gamma Delta LOUISE MITCHELL . . Alpha Xi 'Delta ANNE MARTIN . . . Alpha Xi Delta MARGARET B. HUMPHRIES Beta Sigma Omicron LOUISE OTTERBACH . Beta Sigma Omicron MARY SIDNEY HOBSON Chi Omega ELEANOR SWEARINGEN Chi Omega. ALICE BRUN ER . . . CHRISTINE JOHNSON Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta LOUISE SCHMITT . Delta Zeta VIRGINIA MILLS . Delta Zeta LOUISA BICKEL . Kappa Delta VIRGINIA YOUNG . Kappa, Delta POLLY WARREN . Kappa, Kappa Gamma KATHERINE SMITH MILDRED LITTLE . DOROTHY MEGOWN , Kappa Kappa Gamma Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha Page1171 ! ,f Q-so The Board of Publications The Boa1'd of Publications was created by the University Senate and adopted by the Men's Student Council and the Women's Self-Government Association in duly authorized sessions in January, 1930. The Board of Publications of ten members is composed annually of the President, Vice-President, and Secretary of the Men's Student Council 5 the President and Vice-President of the Women's Self-Government Associa- tiong the President, Vice-President, and Secretary of the Junior Classg and two faculty members of the Department of Journalism to be named by the head of the department. The President of the Men's Student Council annually is the chairman of the Board. The Board has a direct and final supervision over The Kentucky Kernel, student publication, and the Kentuckian, yearbook of the student body. The board elects the editor, managing editor, and business manager of The Kentucky Kernel, and approves the editor and business manager of the Kentuckian. It has general supervisory power over all matters affected by these publications and final authority upon all financial matters of all stu- dent publications. MEMBERSHIP 1930-31 REX ALLISON, Chairman BEN LEROY, Secretary . GORDON FINLEY . DUKE JOHNSTON . . GEORGETTA WALKER . CHRISTINE JOHNSON . KATHERINE KENNEDY . KATHERINE KATTERJOHN PROF. ENOCH GREHAN . President Men's Student Council Secretary Men's Student Council Vice-President Men's Student Council President Junior Class Vice-President Junior Class Secretary Junior Class . Pres. Women's Self -Government Assn. . V-Pres. Wornen's Self -Government Assn . Department of Journalism V PROF. V R. PORTMANN Department of Journalism N l ' A wage ua Tx FRATERNITI ES W - X ,NSA X1 I f.-7' 'S My ll., l :ALL Af V 'gx 2'- l l li Alpha Gamma Rho Thirty-one Chapters Color: Green and Gold Flower: P Publication: "Sickle and Shoal" Omicron Chapier W. S. Anderson Fordyce Ely N Philip Edwards J. L. Collins I Lynn Jeifries Thomas A. Lewis Cecil D. Bell W. E. Florence Garland Galladay Robert T. Hanna , Ralph Broadbent I Smith D. Broadbent John Carter N Holmes Ellis Nevin Goebel Established, 1920 FRATRES IN FACULTATE J. D. Foster C. E. Harris E. M. Johnson E. J. Kinney 'FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 19511 Charles S. White Class of 1932 Fred C. Hafer Scott McClain Henry Quisenberry Class of 1933 ink Rose J. H. Martin Paul Record E. J. Wilford N. J. Howard Normer L. Royse Dudley Smith Harry F. Smoot Richard P. Walter Ollie J. Price Thomas Quisenberry Class of 1934 J. M. Howard Tilford I-laycraft " Buford Morgan Eugene P. McClure Ernest James Joe McDanie1s John Ostrander George Wyatt John Yancey J f l ? J 1- -M -' I ,W ..'--r J-:15'f'v-:1r: 15- f l' f, V V H I.. 4 1, -, . Jus- V356 - -f, 111 -12, wrqjq-1 1-.q1,5,1- ' .1 N y., gh e ,A ,L-. Ma., 7 A. .f fig.. . -D Y , :L L... ,xx l Jw."-1 lien., AK, .-ix '5?y,f5-b-3.- U 1 ' 'fffii-:2f?f'1'g?+ -i I ' ' ' 'I -. - fn 'a--' 2- - 'H - '- ki ' . - - .- U? L ' 7 ww , 1 A . -.' .' N5 .'. EH' ' - inf . 1.-iw r,'2-5-,1:'-L,.r-r- . .- ' ', ' . . ' 1 "5 Q- rm V- .4 .r-ff 1 - -, w"1-if.-r4'a.'j,vAj,,-fa-'rL.,9 2 '1- . 1, ". 5, --,'.f'H ,q 15 ,, - .f I ,-- ,-1-.,:5.-ga, ,-"--?g'g1-15-,. rw- . gp,.1.4.V,5ff1,,-,,4f'J,.S,,,. 1,,w V I .alll E .Q q,,L.u. fi., 3,,:q',,.,i sl LN' .. . ., ,, . , V .AN ,,-..+,. ,, .. .fwf-Q ,Lflf2..f:g-'!.f' :fr '-r -- ' " ' .: -- .--nf,2f-- J -"'x.A.w,Qs'vf-f"f1'2s- www :.,4'-- -A w .4--.L-n 'Q ,aj-H . uf Q.: . H 10' 1:-' 44- I-4 Q- -4Evwa5"'X1L'A .IR 1-3 , :wr,Q-5,mQ.,fy,,g:g',-.--- J -,gag-Af! K- ,if ga-555,Q4a1,:, 1,1--5.-1 " W '--4.-'M ' ?'sf1--'fI.f'-- " I ' -4 ,,.:f..---f - .x t -MP1-f"w .-2':-swf! X ,f'f,j:.'5x.,Q ' 4 ' , Q, I ., , ' 1 :f,::g:,5 ' 3 , Q--WTS' ' 5 '-QL 1 ,, . 1- - 1, 'gi 1 ' HQ -K "IF" iz- Y ' 5, . QQ9 5' 4 .frf-ffiii 'E' ,C Y 'A 'UQ .- J' I fi , A ' g.""v-.KJ ' J- " 3, I ' ,ff -' , "f i - wi '51, sxfx ' , ' -51' 1.2 172 ,, FG' ' ::"""' :QQ '1f'v'ff"'E "W ' ' " 5 5' -22' Wi' - - ' - - --U - -' ' -'-7' -' , z ' ' ' jg u' Q fi 'lltvg , . Qelswifqggkfgf. -f 1- f -:Y ii ',,.j--A 1 4 'lv 'Q'-Q' ni 'X A17-UifQg3i,:."gE'f4-1-16sGl.Ql?-3,55 f", ,Q , ' ' 1? fl. 4- ju. '1' Q ji-gf.,-g4i,bg.'b"" Avrisvg-5-frgitg :gl f --iii -- ' .'.'. , f'f-Qty, ,ii ' ' ?f,?i'If "ff -. f-'k?3' 5x -5 Tv- 5' n- -0 " - , - '?f-57-'f'3i .,---- - -fa. .Y nw : I -SSM' 'A , 'Su--a . ,iff 2' 'fi ' fa wx 1' - -2 W-n w ' - 1- . .J,S,,-Huge - -.1 NEW ive,-' ' 'rf -Jr'-w 1 -- -. ,-H. gf: - . .FP 1'. "' .pew Mr--'., ,-ir.-r-:,z Q,--,rl-:xw -.-c -at f- Q- U 1- .'- 'kg-,-,-4 1 -'Ut - .,,- - ' , 'wtf 'iq-ff? 'f':"'l'l1v2 -'I iff.--2 - ,'C'pv1' '-. '1 -.ff I .L ff -9, V- ,1- JQ: jgil' f,i',.i3i5f?5,.4! . X-,g.C.A:,g,' A 59 j2f:'y,Efgl1jg-, -Leg -, ' '- U, "' Af-1: ,,j1. ' t ,A . -, 134 1, 'U I' 5' A ' '5,. I IQ lkq- ' ' -- v -' , ,ws vw . 4,1 ' --.Tgfn --zrfffifg? Hrs", gf: '- . ' - X3-af' , 2,5-. 1 ., -, -,, ,, 1, , . - ,, L Qfggilf' -, , .,agL', :gg.?fff?f,. v 5. , ? , -Xe., , ,, r ,. KT? lb, 5?'.u' '-fy 1"f: 225 Ai' 5. W, 2 , '. fi. , Mg. M V - isfi- . -- ' I ' 1-2- -1-gzf X Q4 - , ,V .I ,,1-if-,'j-5-.,g' 3 ' 1 ' - , , I Y I L5-gg' -rf X . V- .Q - , 'V , LJQBX - . -,xp-I-7-:i,4.'1' QQ'-Qqwfh fxgls, lgzg-if Q--55,5 ' 'Vi v-' -. - '-'- ff - nu- ,fm .1-5'-: "Saw" 'f-QT, X Ke fv Q-QM ,- sw-M. - ug- -15.555,-fi-5,5-M-1528 9151- - gf'-'1.q v I ' . 2 7 ' - '14 '-V ""7f35-35ffA'1i5-' ' I - 1-. .- ' - 11- , 9 fif.-I-pf, 4 -X-f,-li 'N 'T-V, Egafxf - , 'WF - 'A l'--f'-' f, J, W'f"t' I , ' ". ' ' , J-' , , , '- F' , "fig ',. ,T ,,,.,,C,t:.Z,v,7rd.+..i:QE7'g ga' Em! Q- 1, , . . 3-5 H Q,1x. Af'INNgfdvJ -f v 5- fr- -- ' -2 Q1. -:1- H, 4'-, ' ' H- ,I Q- , 7' -ts' Si-IE' , sv 'xiii I En 3 JH. "" 'A gfv f.-'YE ,Ext . ,L .' ' e, - . ,', . . V aw ,- --Mx1Q:,.,. A ft! 'E 1' .5 'gf '10, ,faux - igbxj' .,- - - , ' " - gf?-."Li'r.', W ll, I . -,Qu ,VEMQX 1.9365 L H. ,Y "Q I 1 A -...jazz-yu l 'y LV: ii 1 :"5fl 1:-fifqrx I- 9.0.5.3 :- W1 Q, I5 ,f - . -.ungr- ..N , f ,-ff, - ,gg-"p3f'1 , . -- , " . , 1 - ' '-Q: ,- Q- T15 -3 ,fwj 15,1 Q-A, ' 4,-gi:-'PE :-:-.1 , .6 Q., ' . ,, ,,,,j1 . 'Q' L"-2 , , -,qw ww- . xl, .1-31.5-',,.f,:,'.' L -ky.-,+V my X ,-,1-I-,T ,J -.1 :IL .4-4 ' 2-ww GM- ,e"',H,y mf- -, qv - ' I' 1,1-1'-'N ir -2- ,-1-,, .---. ,fe-,Qr f-,M -+.Z'Sw-W, P. 11-, ,fc-,914 -pf--,: J' I If I-fm, , -' mgyfy- ::,,,A,,?f,gg,:5.,- n 'gg-q4:5,g,:,-rxg,a15L-,...gi3-,,'3,, , 'fm--f , I-F 1 Vi-'-"ff ' "i'4T51,'i-,L ,w ' ff' 1 fF7-Ef?- ' -l '.L ' - jf , " ffm- WEL' -YPQQQ-2': H. .5 315.511-'ir fib-iff?-3 P i-fem. ' . :,,f-- 1- -. , ,w . ,- '-or . - - :.: , ,L 3 , LI .wi-fights ' L.-eff' -, --I ' , HX ' - W - -: -3,-- . ' .-if-1 p f awfwiu' - 5' W .. .J , Q .' ""' P Y I g'v"fTir, ,' Ng av' 31,63 E-a. -V .ri wa v f W 1 .-3. -f - 5 ff 4 if--f -if f .-- - r- '- A 3'-- v-'f. 1 . , f q3v3awV!'-g:".-'- .2 - 5:14 .. -L. "' ' ,-25. - - V' lug -.f'1F'Z7f3'P2ig'- - Y -4,5157--A 6,f'r,'1f " . '1--- . ' .v :. .L ' Lg- z' y --Rf '1,'J-1+fQA.'K: - ' , --4, - . , , -,--. . Wag -- - - - 33 I Mf'f17' ' "J I- 'iw N' " 1 S- 1 PM-1 -L . RT' . TMJ?" , ,f'2?.'- -'ff HM? f' T 5.2! '- 5:5 W' 'L-ifW:'lf-'.,l f . ,. 'Vt'-" - 7435 '- gsfzf,-Q - If ,,1ij-:Q t--w4':.1. ,:'a.:r-MQ' . " lflggfn, I f- -' - ,JM , - -msg, h -- -Q. . - ,., 15?-! "L-1' 4 V:.5?, - ' X223 Liv, 31,1 -1--JL'-MN ive, . I.. - v fl , ' - ' V , Y .J , , ,.'f'i'f--:-'."'-1 'i!l"1-viz?-UA 1 ff - ' , --15 - L 1. 1- . - -- vw-- -.,-N.-A 1 3 ,-, '-Qi-.'fv1,',,"-,5' H-,'-'vfa1,,if,gw for- qffmvy-i :ff . V - ,4 - - A "P I -2 f-- -. mtivfw if 'aw viefgfi-,Sz-4,2-wsdg m. wr '- , f - ' -l,-- iff", egaggwiff naw: Nw.-gas-., iff fkfux Mi- 1 Vf,--. 4 ,. ?.1.-1:,'-,SQ 44 -QQLIEVFJH 3' K, ,vf- "'-535231 - - - Q, C..vE.,, X :-gg,-.4 ii,Q,,. 'g,,:-QEAM. - , if-5:Ey V Q,::f35Q xiL,i-l:,tgwRx. 9,x ,H , ,f , -b -2. - : -iff,-3' 'pt 'j'-V X' ' - qv" X- '::-4 gf3,,hIy"."r'g,g- ,s ' , L' ' ,f'-Q.-wa X: 1' -Le ia y , :sa -9 -' "S ' 5' --,711 - ff ' L-'-U35 .fu -i ' H I ll!-Hi" ' N. i.-.-L, ' Q: fY'2PLf1QDwifH"'-1 ff 'fff' 515' "' -L-'2 li' L' lgiij '-:-"SiG5fi-L 'iff s 4' fcigq-'?2z1r,f --" T . I --1,-ws'ff:4A,.4-5? ,Y .,-,.j,-'10-,ik fugffj- H . 25, -",,.A , 4, '51 f-ffv-I, , H -. , ,Q 'f- ' z g Q-,gg . 1-1 Wi' QW- "A,-Qfzx Y fi - ' ' W' 'lf 'ii 12- ' f'iF'.ff-253 2 -, .-,-L,-,MP-,,-:Y -. , , , 4 . 4. - - za-.Q w- fem - .- -,: -f ' "7 "2'1riY:?':4f . 'ID-I '-'5'i'4'-- 2 . .2-Q'-' -Q 2'--rexfw-fi fi- 1 ' VA ' -:rl 4, - '. ' -'lu .-'iifl Xt'-' 9 " 'K E154 U. 1' '1'e'f?- E-'f7"?15l!" .sq-1 , ff. - , P -WW-.,.f, , vrjj--:,1:f'r, f. sf- f --iffy' 31:3-,i-g.gL'w1 jg-A-.1 I-H--1ksf'Ff fI 1 -Lf Wei.. ff-u-15' -Q,-.-sw,-, , Jahfi-3"-'PU P:- -1152?-sg! L- L51 '- ' -f i-f'f'-fbi? wg 1---'--Mi 4.35. I' H - Qxglffi , X . , A , V, I, V: ll, :wx 4. ,F ,J ,JV I ,I ,W , , ., :, F :r 5 'gtk fzkfgfzifg -.11-,-CJQIQPH !N,f 'f,i'51k :f I i gli' . ',,w ,af A .jj-5. If-,:iTff' 5 A.a,f,1,,.',1-.ggi-',,'J'p1l ff' :ci 'LL-5'L75:',-Q "f :gf ' fqyii . IA.,--:I-Q f:jLeQ3i.13.1-gfL4gfff5fi7f.5:gi,gS'fi 'iqkQSg3+i5lf v -,jaw BTG!-E:b.x.f1'. , -1 -.1-.-ff, - ., gg 'Z-. '-'Q-,, Q.: 7 -' .5-H,-P" ." "'r ' . :, .,-,: . -jx . vJr".:: " ' 'TIF Eff -.N -,gf -1,5 -, .. Nfigpfxgqf, f f -'i rf." '!ES:'ff5'f, -L 1' ."""w: V53 ' "LT -'- .' . "5 5571: 'YW'--lgfY1 J 'f1JL+vt 'IH -- .I . ini WT - ff-.' ZWY5:-:e!'F' 111' ' Lu- fL.,A"V ,, J, ,fn f..g-.--,fu-, ,. any sxvfl-,, ,xf..v1- L-f.-v?.2,+ I-rf--1,9 -uf.-Dm .-A,1,fw,ffz.L,f f 11, II- ,Zi-5.,,-:JP . , .. L- ----- ww nr ,.- --'M-,si --,xq,,- '-,'fwui,.s..:'f-gag,-m-,ff-If - -2-4-Q afw- ,I--I -- 4' .Me W:,4.,.: ' - . ' J: '-- - -igki A. ,f-xram ' f.-,m,5,-d'1f3?5i: -- Q37- - --,-54149313--f-g.e.'4-1, .,,, , g-r:-5 1. '-1 -: ' g - .-,4-,":nf- ,a-fs.'e:-a-gSq,-f:--'e-?:.g4- 1 S 4. E51 , , gz-gy, 'g4L,1gjrq,-, z- "Q-yi--ms-4.14. "3 lf -- -11- pi, uf ,t 7' 4, yi' 'f'9g-ff' ":p'g--5-,iff v 1' ff L, f, .rl -X 1 '-ff3.":: J-l if t w frndk , ' -5?-iii f N J EFFRIES LEWIS GOLLADAY PRICE ROYSE G OEBEL 'N SMITH CARTER BELL QUISENBERRY SMOOT BERRY WHITE SMITH HANNA HAFER FLORENCE MCDANIELS MCCLURE OSTRANDER ELLIS MORGAN HAYCR-AFT WYATT Page 1211 K I Z!! D a i 4 "" gs u 9 I Milton Cavana G. F. Weinman H. J. Wiemanii Cecil Urbaniak Henry Baker Thomas Beard William Carney Hershal Cave Blanton Shea I l l Alf ha Siqma Phi x 'Foundecl at Ynlc University, December 1, 1840 5 Thirty Chapters Colors: Cardinal amcllitonc Flower: Red Rose Publication: "Tile TomaIlm1:l."' Siqma Chapter Eslublishcll 1917 FRATRES IN FACULTATE L. S. Robinson L. S. O'Bannon FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 11131 Jack McGurk Howard Williams Glenn Prince Marshall C. Sterrett Class of 1932 Ed Baute Joe McGurk Harry F. Day Joe Martin John Epps Donnis Williams J. N. Hainsey Dudley Sisk William Saunders Kern Patterson Class of 1933 Gert Helsberg Ed Turley Fred Cunningham John Watts Marion Custard- Conway Smith George Stewart Robert Gray Joe Saunders Don Austin Class of 1934 V Harold Beard M. Berglund C. H. Blumer Gordan Burns Robert Davis Henry Durham Robert Goodman Ed Gossett Charles Hostetter Ed Henry Ira Lyle Fred Miller Roy Shea Henry Wagner John Price . - fi X - -Q mgem 1' Y ' gif 'Y X f lx ' N . E Xxx I ,W l I 4 +3 UI 4 1 e E IL McGURK STEREETT WILLIAMS PRINCE PATTERSON EPPS WEINMAN MARTIN DAY CAVANA I cAvE STEWART BEARD BAKER HELSBERG J GOSSETT PRICE ' I-IOSTETTER. WATTS TURLEY A HENRY BERG-LUND BAUTE WAGNER MILLER LYLE GOODMANN BURNS BEARD SAUNDERS - SIIEA CUNNINGHAM Page 1231 A N Vernon Rooks Phil McGee 1' A Lx f, + 1 'S , X 1, N x Alpha Tau Omeqa Founded at Virginia Military Institute, Sept. 11. 1865 i Ninety-two Chapters Colors: Azure and Gold Flower: White Tea Rose Publication: "The Palm" Mu lola Chapter Estublislwd Febrzznrgf 22, 1909 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Prof. L. E. Nollau Mr. William Zopf Mr. Bart Peak Mr. Pete Drury Mr. Leonard Rouscli Prof. L. J. Horlaeher FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1931 Cary Spicer J. H. Calloway Hugh Adcock Mercel Gunkle Class of 1932 Kenneth Andrews James Boucher Finch Hillard Earnest Luckett Ross Morgan Jerrold O'Bryant Art Ake Ralph Blevins Darrell Darby Jack Allen Sam Cogswell Gaylon Harvey William Shafer Luther Vaughn Stewart Augustus Frank Cutler Albert Kikel Class ol 1933 Ellis Johnson Frank Seale George Bickel Tom Cutler Class of 1934 George Peak Eugene Van Deren Seth Boaz Robert Garnett . Mr. Hugh Merriwether Mr. Birkett Pribble Mr. James May William Sanders Leonard Stranahan Griff Morsch Elvin Reeser James Sanders Frank Stubbleneld John Drury Jess Herndon Robert Montgomery Robert Wheeler Kenneth Nickolson Holton Pribble Charles Armstrong if iv I 4 ll ,li 'n X x l i N IPILQS 124 1.7 AL 'S X! X X 4, will 1 H m, v 4 u F 4 'I I ld r I ' X l L Y ADCOCK SPICER HILLIARD KIKEL McGEE 0'BRYANT GUNKLE 4M0RSCH VAUGI-IN SANDERS AKE SHAFER WHEELER ANDREWS AUGUSTUS GARNETT HARVEY PRIBBLE BOAZ BOUCHER N VAN DEREN Page1251 g LS Colors. Robert Aldrich John Duncan Edward DuVal Clyde L. Adamson Ralph B. Boyd William'A. Bruce Max Dillon JZUTISS R. FOSlJB1' 5 Campus Club I-'ouxided at University of Kentucky. 1928 Red and White Flowc FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dean C. R. Melcher FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1931 Arthur D. Eyer Napoleon E. Hill John Irvine Prather Class of 1932 Howard Dunn William Farrel James W. Kincaid Kasper Duke Little Class of 15333 James F. Hatcher Cass Walden Hugh Lee Smith GRADUATE STUDENT William Leitner Rast 17's fl r: Red Rose Ray L. Trautinan A Charles Fury f ' Bryant O. Jones , li. William Marshall George Perry Snyder Walter O. McCammon George Stone Kenneth A. Howe X waive ima fb n I A Q 5 ALDRICH EYER HILL ' FURY DILLON TRAUTMAN SMITH SN YDER HOWE PRATHER JONES DUVAL DUNCAN BRUCE KINOAID , 17 'S M L Ag f' K - Z- . if li D ll ch' i F'0lllldCd aL Cornell University. October 13, 1890 Forty-one Chapters Colors: Bun' and Red Flower: White Carnation Publication.: "Delta Chi Quarterly" Kenluckq Chapter ' Esfublislrerl 1914 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1931 Li Calloway Hoskins George B. Waite l Joseph Lee James Wilson 1 4 1 I, W Class of 1932 W William Longacre Fred Settle David Weaver Robert Reynolds Harold Shaw John Williams Raymond Vice Class of 1933 Hartwell Bailey William Hume Duncan Nave T. B. Beatty Edward Kee Lee Tyler John Clark Jack Kendall Martin R. Wilson Bruce DeGaris John Kirby George Yenowine Allie Mason Roy lVlcConachie Clllss of 1934 Letcher Asher Harry Porter Dees Eugene McConachie Albert Blincoe Noah T. DuiT G. Willis Orrill . Wayne Buchannon William Fanning David L. Ringo r William Bush Raymond Crume Hugh Gilliam L. G. Guttermuth Paul Jett Marion Shearer Clay Williams ff QS IPr1gf' 198 H .ff - 1 X , l Xxx " 1 WILSON HOSKINS DEGARIS LONGACRE WILSON ' WILLIAMS REYNOLDS MCCONACHIE VICE KEE BUSH MASON HUME SETTLE BEATTY 1 WILLIAMS CRUME . WEAVER JETT GILLIAM DUFF RIN GO GUTTERMUTH SHEARER Aff Z S J Della Tau Della Founded at Bethany College, West Virginia, 1859 Seven ty-Eve Chziptc-rs Colors: Purple, White and Gold Flower? A Publfcmfmf '-The Rainbow" Della Epsilon Established 1924 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Pansy Robert Hawkins Dean C. R. Melcher James Shropshire FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class ol 1931 Ben Crosby Sam Shipley Paul Davvisson James Cleary Ben Cooper O. B. Coffman Noel Engel Dan Fowler L. Herron ' Vern Grant Campbell Cameron Coffman William Donelson John Cramer Richard Fuller Turner Howard William D. Trott Claude Walker Class nj 1932 Bruce Farquhar Irel Hodges Tom Moore Class of 1933 Robert MeVay Horace Miner Foster Peyton James Randol on Shaffer Class of 1934 Haden Huifman William Jacobs Ralph Kercheval Gene Lutes John Staples Buster Sacra Buford Upham Kendall Holmes Delroy Root Brandon Price Jack Shields Coleman Smith Ray Starke John Stevenson Sherrill Smith Fred Scott Gorden Lisenby Roscoe Stephens Clarence Moore Nedwood Turnbull Cyril Williams if-i K g ' N K F n! X5 'u 5, Y f l I I I I CROSBY WALKER LUTES CLEARY ROOT TROTT HCWARD FOVVLER DAVISSON SHIPLEY COOPER COFFMAN FARQUHAR MCVAY' PEYTON PRICE MINER MOORE LISENBY FULLER TIERRON TIODGES ENGEL DONELSON STARK TURNBULL STEPHENS STAPLES COFFNIAN' UPHAM STEVENSON SCOTT SMITH SHIELDS RANDOL HOLMES 1?,1 Mk X1 J. S. Baughman Don Forman I P Q ' Founded at Washington and Lee University, December 21. 1865 Kappa Alpha F M Sixty-Eve Chapters Colors: Crimson and Gold Flower: American Beauty Rose and Magnolia Dean W. E. Freeman Dr. Harry Best R. T. Baughrnan J. C. Coleman Julian Elliott William Hays , John Hearne James .Allen Coleman Calloway Charles Goodman Claude Barnett Richard Crutcher Robert Goodman Lyman Helvenston Frederick Johnson John T. Maguire P1lbHCflli0ll.' "The Journal" Cfheia Chapter Esfablisherl 1393 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Prof. Enoch Grehan Dr. J. W. Pyror Dr. G. D. Buckner FRATRES IN UN IVERSITATE CIUSS of 1.931 I James Iglehart Kirk Moberly John Prewett Class of 1932 William Kleiser Class of 1933 William Phelps George Smith John Crutcher W. S. Worthington John T. Denton Class pl 1934 Paul Piercy. Robert Scott Clark Ware H. V. Bastin Warren Dennison Joseph Gooclson Jack M. Rogers A il i i Thomas Theobold Harold Williams Hubert Willis Thomas Posey H. R. Wilhoit J. P. Jones Caldwell Rogers Grady Williams Arch Huclclleston George Lyon Albion Parris Perry Rogers Marion Stanley Frank Ware Z!! S ' ? X b 4'-C. ns... w 1 I I H1 -H lx 'Q 434: :- BAUGHMAN BAUGHIXIAN COLEMAN ELLIOTT IGLEHART BARNETT KLEISER WILHOIT ROGERS PREWITT MOBERLY HELVENSTON PHELPS JONES GOODMAN ALLEN HAYS SMITH WILLIAMS ROGERS WORTHINGTON WARE SCOTT , ROGERS JOHNSON HUDDLESTON GOODMAN DENNISON CRUTCHER BASTIN DENTON CALLOWAY WARE PIERCY LYON Page 1331 ff N , , +1 ll. wl , is Aff x l L. -vi K S' Founded at University of Virginia. December 10, 1869 One Hundred Five Chapters Colors: Scarlet, White and Emerald Green Flower: Lily of the Valley Publication: "Caducens Bela flu Chapler Established 1901 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Deall W. D. FU1'lkl1Ol.lSe1' P1'Of6SSO1' L. L. D8lltZ181' FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1931 Loring W. Roush Albert L. Stoffel Earl W. Cella Edward H. Evans Eldon T. Evans John A. Frye Andrew H. Hayes Eugene M. Hinman Carroll M. Ball Ralph M. Ball Hyland Bizot Harry H. Booker David D. Cousins Class of 1932 Newell Hargett Warren K. Gaillard Gillespie B. Hornel Class of 1933 H. H. Morris Michael Murphy James Joseph Reagan Class of 1934 Robert D. Crisman Donald W. Foster Ernest Gaillard George T. Gess Sameul F. Hendricks Matthew O. Henchey Franklin Hibbs Maurice A. Hill Howard G. Ivie Robert E. Porter James R. Salyers Charleton O. Wallace Charles B. Worthington Bruce Hoblitzell Harvey W. Mattingly James H. Polsgrove Charles M. Riley Robert L. Shipe Y fPtllle 134 W X i 1 ROUSH EVANS EVANS GAILLARD HARGETT HILL MORRIS PORTER FRYE HAYES REAGAN U GESS SHIPE SALYERS WALLACE BALL BALL BIZOT COUSIN S RILEY HIBBS HENDRICKS I-IOBLITZ ELL MATTINGLY GAILLARD Page 1351 L bcla Chi Alpha Founded at Boston, Massachusetts. November 2. 1909 Eighty-One Clmptcrs Colors: Purple, Green and Gold Flower: Violet Publication' "The Purple, Green and Gold Epsilon Phi Zeta Establishecl F6D7"lt!H'jIL 14, 1930 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. Frank T. McFarland Prof. C. O. Mock Dr. A. E. Anna R. J. Edwards H. G. Black V. M. Chandler John Coakley B. R. Aldridge E. C. Barber Stewart Barney H. S. Campbell H. W. Ashley L. H. Barker Ralph Bates R. B. Caudill FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Clffss oj 1931 T. P. Mantz L. S. Payton H. S. Ray Class of 1932 J. H. Ferris G. B. Finley E. Gilliam CIILSS UI 1933 I. C. Evans Joe Gartin Robert Hensley Kenneth Johnson Class of 1934 Wellington Patrick W. O. Richmond William Sauer Carroll Morrow J. W. Ohr W. O. Preston W. A. Luther ' James Meehan Earl T. Surgener J. R. Vannoy John Munford J. B. Croft W. W. Rogers, Jr. James Dalton H. K. Scott Charles Kelly J. J. Wheat I A wage 136 il V ull Q' . 1 4 g xr' 1 i r XX . 'i is "c'::,'. "'5lT'f-,jig .Va '- faq' fi ' ' ?g5iFR1Y":'i .Vj11Qr"f ,N T1 Twp F' "f1'1'g' ' " -f r wp: . . ' rw -" fn -V 1 W gf!-i'fe?3 "1 .if2'ifV'ef49351-Vg'.1'VQ-+f'Q'2f""L'31: ffigj,5xfQs3ffif5g'f'?gVe?"If,,fY.Q-f'Qf"3?'L'5' 'V -x.,,f?i!75l3ifL?f'55-fig" J ...V .A 1... V T... ,. at ....-. fx... .,. . . .s. .1 . ...V J L V, ., .VJ ,x-, . -V A, ,..V.+ , w..,., .-, V.V.u. W'-,w.4V. .V..f M. XV . i Q- V y- 51,529-?i.1V 'fc7f,9?:' T' A V " 7 :4a'5'1', '- H V ':f2f?1?'.' V. , :W?2zF2' V V' -L--. VH 'V V ',ZiVf+f Q 'Vig-'JA V, 1 Tyr ,415 'FH 'Mai' . 5' "FI V ' ' '5"5.'f' Ex 2' ' - Y ' 1, 23.1211 Q f f QQ ,V4 . . . 'f V -you '-VV Q gg V" :V ij' , A Q V -- A fl' X :Zi . - JF , V L - if t I N V T, f, 1,3 -,V rigs. , up V V' V !V 11 fu- ' - 1' Vg, .V 4 .fV-2-:M V V V V V A 25 :P--H PKK! 'Qi' V V' 'wiv' fi' --, ' ' , . -' V "-'f::aga- ww- . 1 5- ,f V ,- ' ' V ' ' ' ' ' ' V'1 'F ' 1 T' 5' ' I ' ' - H -V V' -"' rw 3 - ' 'TJ '1 "1 --rg V' ' 3- " -'37-f V V 1' 5"'?f', 'Ti .V-HGV" Vi -VNQ7' -. .,,5'q ' V . 4 ' YT' 4. , -r'--Wi Jf"kf? ffff' -- ' -35'-Xa?'1' , , 13 -. . . . . f V 21 . V , ,.,V .. ,H-. + T . . VV. V, ,. A ,fm QV E.. V V V . 1.4 wp V .m,..iV.? ua , 4 .971 - -, V gg' f- 1-W fda: -1 -, , .1 " 1,g.?i,3'f7 ,VV . " V' - . wc- , As 1 'Fm -.fy F V V any ' VV ', V V32 V in-f V V V if -- JA 5 fjp. f '1 g gxfxjal ' H 2:3 5 ,-Vi.'1 5-5. . ,VET ,j,, ,pn 'V I ' X151 V ' 1525 V. j'f Qf'5'g" V 'fu 3: ' - .. V. 1' '., z I ' ' V gf' z , V 1a.,, V, 1 - - V, 1. V M .1 va- 5 ' 1 1' 5'3,"l. V4 v--V f i'-Hu. " . ' -' -V 'X V ' I ' 51" V ' .V ,..-..- J 'L '. -,, - ' , 3, .".- :ja IQ: sw V 1.11, ,V .f Sf, A V I g iv f. 1 , A ll, 5 , U V 1 2 il, .-. V, -A 4 .. , ' V'pf1VVf:- 4 'VSV 2 pgg. - cfm' N- V --if -:- v. A- if'-H59-9 V' 53,jfhVx "" Q -VA S' rfb.. fy- V V ,gn - cf. x . :Qf.-fV-fV',zVV-b- V' V4--.gf-fp' XV A- ,Q 1- - v ,V-wr 1 1-A V- AE' -5' V QV ' . f - H :-'42 J ' ? f fl . "L, V 4-i.i"f-1 ' 1, .- . :mg -..V V .,V..v.c3 11 V, L Y Y- Vf Vfxunq -V , 'V . V. xi V - V- '34-cw -. S ,5f.QV.l' V V --rn 'VIEBQV , . :V A .5 2' ' I, ' - -Sf 5' . VV '-,Q Hx .. N ilffff 4' ' V Q i f iff 5 .. an ,ir fl ' J 1' V .Af-Ff.':r,v , . 'V ' U . ' 'C ' ' " 7 -:H M 551 s VQ, K: -Q... ' VAR .. ,, Vvfei V+' ..,, n -nn- . W 1,1-, K1 . Z V film, .ZW V, E Km. V- TQ Ark . . -45,4-39 4. 'ZS' S 9 V, L A .. x -Yr' fi- . if . V V ' 61: ' -.q V-.. ,QW ' , -525-5 V ff V1-VVVV wwf-VVV VV 'Z-DV N-Vw- VV "Q -?,.' V - QUEZA-T ' ...VV L 1 1' P-VH was !',Qi1',' 51, ii ' 1 24 ., K+ 9 , . VT , :::: . Y iii? 4 54.gif gn' 'Tw,A,i:.V' 1 'FQ' 'V 'nggg A -3 N 1- 11 in fl, " - 4 3 . ff' :aff -V 'lli' .V Bl V, N, , K 4 e 'MSR . 2 ka. ,, I WF' f x .N EP' I gil , V, ,,,, ks , J, 5' 1. V Vg? fi 3 5 is 1 Lu" P V we va- f I V ' Vs' V . -Q ,MV VV ,- V V + 5 'W 'V r S' 1. 'P' V '.j: V V Ju 5 V 1? ggi? Q ' V 'A 25' A F, Vx ,rg v J' xr-"x W Q3 Aug Y , V , SV V V V , . . V -X V, rp P l I A 'F x I Lf .r I 1' 4 ng Jfttytfgk , ' NJA .,.I1, in-5' -V an ,bu 'ibm V V-5 Q, , I ji 1-'S 1 'iff . A gg'F,:E:E:E.H V-1 'tiki 'et I Vfiggil' ,V A if L:-if WQQVV ,V 'F ,fxwwil V' ' I. QW- if ' 1:55 Vwbf, V., 5 A:Vu5,: ,, 5 '-V" V 1 . : if ,491 , . ' Q11 gp . Vs: M Pf"I V Vt' ' 5-V V2-' A V, A ' I' " fifxp 4'::'S53V?' lui? 5 ' Ji ' P we .gy ' ,Lg Y 5 A . . E: ,sv ,..4, 4. :V , M VL.. .. uJ.?Y4Q3EVP.a. .Y ,U QV :mg , V N51 ,W '5 T. ' ' ' V " - l ' 531' ,V Eff? -- ' V' 5: V ' ' " Ji.: :gm Y A A 4 b ei .V FV. gy V I V?-V . A ,QV ,VFW VV 1.3 551 D 5 ,4 fig w' ,if , V " ' X , .1 G if Vx . ff' 1 Q1 ., V WV 'ei 22 ' . ' 1 ---- - 4? T "':' "ff-hr . -5735122 V- TW 22. 17 4 f ' . W, JQV fi -:V-11 "r u VVV' . QW VV '-'Q V f V- " , ,.VVK,-Mg ip , kg., V, 1 A V , , . 1, .sl 5155 ' , :VV QV V V V .V p V V... f' f .- , ,, , ' ., V . . , . Y-f - V g g - I-55 V 'V jg V' 41:5 4 In f " 55' ' V- 7 ' ' 'T - V V -1 - T ' ' " 'L Ergiif LE? VV V VA . .. , 4- V , 43:1 ' , 2' V ,- 2?of"'-, ' ' Vex 1 V 3' ':- if f'fbi-fav , ty 1" V 7 f V' V f 1'-N ' i n Li ,.,,. T if - H - 4 , , V V V- -H .H 1 V--sf' . , L' - 1 'f ' 1' --P1gfVV V -6 ?.V Ax V 'Q ff., , 1 ,221 Q V ' !.:v"VVV1- ,Qt ' X Sw- -V V ,wig A V-.Vr "V f - -VA QV ,wr . 1 ' - iffffffff - VV: a V VVQQ'-:aff f. ,. V , 1' - 'V ,:' ', , ',- , 'gf ' Sl: 1' ' ' 1 " -r":13F4- QV. '-'if " V "" K- '1' - 9 . '- 'f1.i',ff -S," -5' - 'Nw-' , " ++.5'..9l '5,-.V. -'-J A - if 17: ' V-VER? - 1 if V 34 V 7 ' : -VI - ::. V .-r ' ' J ,- . . ,. . Vg . V ..,L,. V ,, . V A .f " , V V' " f . .l f" fl V. " .,z V- J' V ' 'W' 3 V -1,4 : V, U- x V , Qt gr 4, --I 'X V i Q . V gr. g V4 V-r r -V -- L ,-.. - ,. V ' V fi " V' VL:-5 sv ' ' - ff! ' 'N ' ' 9' V 71 Lu.. 'w 1. V., V T H w w 1 fa F - v ' ' 'V ' -rf. V' L V -.pg V ' . "KV V. 4, s A Q g " an ' 1 L V J T ' "L , Aa 'W ,, ':g-. " ' HVVV VV af- QV fa .VV . . -. , - V.-, . V V .x-gif' 0 -fl' gm 1 ig 41: 'VV m 1 V 1 1 X Lam V .. A . V . , .. , gi f , I fi J n .: ,, z:Vf -'Ep - gm Tm? Y +2 RICHMOND SAUER FINLEY PAYTON ANNA Molmow CAMPBELL I SURGENER HENSLEY ' MUN FORD INIAN TZ EDWARDS EVANS B ARBER CHANDLER PRESTON BARNEY GARTIN MEEHAN COAKLEY KELLEY. ASHLEY BARKER CRVOFT SCOTT BATES ROGER Page 1371 M OHR ALDRIDGE VANNO Y DALTON S - WHEAT 1 If I Xl X I, mg. h P' K Alpha Founded at University of Virginia, March 1, 1868 Seventy-two Chapters Colors: Garnet and Gold Flower: Lily of the Valley Publicutiovzs: "Dagger and Key." "Shield and Diamond" Joe Allen Robert Alsover John Bagwell Brown Dickerson Harry Bland Ted Cassiday Wayne Clark William Core John Ewing Malcolm Foster James Franklin W. T. Bishop Eugene Barnes Jack Campbell Nobart Campbell Roberts Core Tom Cassiday Gmeqa Chapler Eslablislled 15701 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Professor H. H. Downing FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 11131 Robert Gibson Donald Glass David Young Fred McLane Hugh Norment Class of 1932 B. Fergerson Wilkes Glover A. M. Thomas J. N. Wigginton Class of 1933 Frank Goggins J. White Guyn Max Kerr Albert Kopenheifer Marion Longmire James McRoberts Richard Neiser Class of 1934 Roy Elkins Gifford Garvin Wilfred Graves William Engle J a-mes Friend Maning Hollinsworth Floyd Jean Robert Milius Thomas Riley Harris Sullivan David Tribbals Ralph Woodall Clarence Yeager Henry Young John Penn Ray Robinson William Selby Norman Tate Eugene Wilson Gifford Monarch Duke Petit John Ross H. Seavy Ralph Tucker Harry Traymore n'I ,l H lf N l IPage 138 f vex lg ,ff K ll 'E v 5 X 1 r H I H f + I T ' L Nf P 4 I F 15 ' RILEY DICKERSON YEAGER ALLEN ALSOVER X SULLIVAN GRAVES WOODALL ROSS BAGWELL , PENN THOMAS EVVING CORE TIBBALS I FRANKLIN GLOVER, BLAND YOUNG GARVIN W HOLLINSWORTH MON ARCH CORE GIBSON BISHOP DHLIUS TUCKER , Page ml , 1.7 'S ff X Ph' Delia CI heia Founded at Miami University, Oxford. Ohio. December 27. 1848 Ninety-six Chapters Colors: Azure and Argent Flower: White Carnation Publiculiovr.: "The Scroll" Keniuckq Epsilon Chapter Harry Blanton James Gatewood George Kay William Ardery Butler Carrington Virgil Gaitskill Thomas House Winston Arclery Robert Dunn James Hunter Paynter Holt James Clay H. W. Finley John Hatcher Norriss Jolly Estblislmd 1901 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1931 Richard Moore Clinton Newman Joe Chenault Fred Gross Class of 1932 William Hubble William Kenney Paul Pinney Thomas Bannister Robert Davidson William Hughes cms of was Hume Herrington Harry Lair William Baldwin Joe Ferguson Class of 1934 Lawrence Judd William Massie Miles Davis Mack Hunter Andrew January D. Mforris J. L. McCord Caball Owens Edwin Humphries John Jones Robert Phillippi Ernest Strode Ted Hall Sauliey Hughes Albert Jones James Murray Barney Jones Lawrence Miller Sheldon Vance Emmit Whipple 1' A Z? Y -it I wan, 'mv , ' i'-:X ,xl X. .l',J'Jf H N, . , 49" 4 ' BLANTON MCCORD MOORE KAY OWENS HUMPHREYS CHENAUT LAIR. SCHULER. GATEWOOD JONES HOUSE HUBBLE CARRINGTON BANNISTER PENNY GROSS HERRING-TON CLAY MORRIS PARRISH PHILLIPPI WHIPPLE VANCE MILLER JANUARY J UDD HATCHER if NEUMAN GAITSKILL HUNTER FINLEY BALDWIN DAVIDSON - ff' - i2- N Phi Kappa Cr.-111 Founded at Miami University, lvlarch 17, 1906 k Forty-three Chapters Colors: Red and Old Gold Flower: Red Carnation Pulzllcallom "The Laurel" Kappa Chapier Eslfllllisllctl 1920 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Roy Moreland FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class cj 1931 'N Malcolm Barnes Morton Walker John Hieber W. C. Jolly Matthew Darnell Ewing Elliott- Geo. Grimm Frank Adams Robert Adams Bratcher Bilbro Wm. Bryan J. D: Barnes Robert Brawner Stanley Bach Whit Imes Wm. Eades J. Beatty Davis Class of I!l.'!I! David Pritchett Jack Wert Gayle Hanlon Class of 1933 Ellsworth Jennings Wm. Dickson Chas. Struble Baron VVoodbury Class of 1934 James Cavins Lucien Congleton Chas. Lovell Jeff Dunn Kenneth Gardner Edmund Hulett Gilbert Kingsbury Wilford Lancaster John Murphy Ralph Wright John Venn Malcolm Sparks Baron Woodbury Rodger Davis Holton Lancaster Ralph Moreland Earl Nelson Sam Rees John A. Rice John Stokley Marvin Wachs A I 1 ' fPflffE'14'7 , ,x wr 1 - If X 1 X N W 1 VENN' BARNES MURPHY IMES WERT ELLIOTT GRIMM WACHS HIEBER SPARKS JOLLY DICKSON DAVIS WOODBURY ADAMS .JENNINGS RICE REES LOVELL KINGSBURY YVALKER, DARNELL STRUBLE Page 1431 ! -J 1' Aff l I xl' ' w N l N Ph' S' K N 1 iqma appa . N Founded at Amherst Agricultural College, March 15, 1873 Forty-seven Chapters A Colors: Magenta and Silver Flower: White Carnation Pulwlicrztionz "The Signet" Phi Duleron Chapter Establislzcd 1927 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dean Edward Weist Dean Paul P. Boyd Professor E. K Bureau Mr. R.. Clay Porter FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1931 H McChord Christie Warner Ford Glenn Terrill Joe F. Conley n Julian Lefler George Whitlow I Eugene Royse X l ' Class of 1932 Q! Woodrow Burchett Hugh Jackson James Stevens Scott Davenport John Mains James Paul Todd Gilbert DeMeyer Jouette McDowell Newell Wilder Harry Dent William Morgan Francis Hankes Anthony Gentile Dixon Shouse Leroy Combs ' CIILSS flf 1933 Howard Baker Elmer Neuman John F. Bertram Leland Mahan J. G. Prather John W. Buskie Ed Milliken James Tyree Clnsx of 1934 James Atchison G. L. Crutcher Forrest Marquis V Jack Barber James Gregory Alvin McGary Albert Barley Paul Gill J. Irving Neal Leslie Betz Smith Gum Clyde Reeves Paul Calloway Guy Hale Ed Wilder' N Alvin Cottrell Sagesa Kash S. Witten Floyd Kerns N L! ,A ffk X X 'Q Wi g I 1 , Vg ...- 1-- 5 L,.,.-,1 ',,f-Q ifVI'YP S., J' O gf A 3 KY I J A 5 . 4 1 H . -.Y 5, -W WF, A,....,a.,,f- --lmpm r- ' ' "w.4,. x 1 ,J , y, ,c ,, F, 1,1 ' - 153' 4' . ' Vile' "P - 4 - Qhv 5' ' . 41 I Hx, , 1 A V . r f..1j1,gg: . 1 ,- , ,ff , P '-v N 1' 1 ' '5'."?'.'f .Q T 475, M , 1 1 . qga.,-5 1-fjif'-' if Q-2 "iii 1 9 'jf-'ff--"Tr,-k A . , , xy. ' , vu, tl A WEL 'L -- ' 1 ' - E' :I AS . ET f 1 lf? k fff?f.Ml12?2i ' ff '-f. A 3? 53' . 1' ji. L 'I . ,gL. -1 -H .-1 gif, ., W ,,.,,..,,f..,x' - x.-f' at '- ,, ,Au,,,,.,.1'Z ,W , U, rm --.,,, , -3, .M -5, V J Yr, Q ""'1 1',.3:l'i "1. f .7 . fl ' .4 ly ' ., 5 , 5 'C ,, - N A Q F W K 1. Hi , 'QQEQLQ- .4s1g.1:g7w T' 55,1 ' 'EF'-Fi,:'ej4??4 if WW ,.,'Qg,F, i?,: -V .,,-.,,-1 .-. 1 0. y 4, -.germ . , .1-.Mya-. - H, , 'A . 4. . gwl 'Ks 'x A 'L v 2 ' D" ,H 4 E G, W , I :VI 12, , 5 W? W,,,.,I J uf... , - - VY A ,li 5-,-gif 152: ,g 'kr' ,. I' -,214 ,,- U 5,551 Q Y 4 '-. "TVB ' I w A 25. -L HI Mgr, al F' 'e f 3 . X Q X., Ha, f , , Q, me Q3 fi I ' P W' Y H Q W 'QV "J ' . ' f 1 2 I sf E' J N + ' W JH f ' u v 1 x s I 'L we , 'L ' Ji-, f iL ' 1 ' M 13 , " 'H' r' ' 'af ' S5 . ,SEQ 1 . ' 4 v H E J m 1 1 1 . , , f v - X f Q 5 , . H 1' A 44 M 1 ,.-A ff ,fm - , sig , 1 T 1 1 w ,ff M Q 1 W f H1 il-1' X " 'f ' in 1 ' w 2 g f X . X' f in L ' 1 j 1 , 1 ,A 1' 1 51 1 X I y .-1 ' LJ Un F' , f ul, , mm ZX f my- f + U m M a , an ' ' ' ff V ' ff A .1 vw 'W fi A "H i 'L aw - we . ' HQ 2, -l L 0 I .1 , ,Q ' ' Q., ,' 1 , K- if Q . f4f, ,, 1 -' S 1 'Zi ' 'L fr ,V l ' V.. A 1 use: MQW . . 4 L X , Q-5 4 ' xr if 1 U 5' L , f JJ, x .L Q .5 J wx gg "H gf? 1 ,, Q I. 1, 4 . 'v f h 11 , , , , ,. . , 4 . L L4 I1 ,gd f' 'Witty N ,Gag xi i 1 H I V 1 ,f 1, f-'Q yin- , ,yt , qi r N- ,fix , 4 194 lf I4 f , , x E , 1 -. N 1, ek, 1 . x an K ,I ,, ,NA 1 Y KTM , f If ,W N. My W Q. Y 1 K, J, ,.. Q1 , . -'f Q4 A, ' W, 'H' 3 , ., Y, Am , v 53 5, 1115 5 ' I- ' fr -A W f If "" ' f 'q 'MQ "' 'E 4 X v 4 I 1 ' V " -:K '41 , 'P 'ui 4 ' ,NX 'I i C , . WM 1 3 , , M 4 , ,J , . gi . , , H 1 1 5, Q . " " ' ' X 1 ' ' ' lx I TCF L 1' 1' F3 4 in f n , fx 34 J ,, M ' 'ws ' K I V WM " 'Eli 5 1 ww 1 H 3 X lx l 'L w 1 "I var F 14. , . V- 2' H ' V 4 , -H, A A A T Y V ,ff uf W' . 'hr ,J gf .' 7 T V .. J, if ,V ,1 f X if ,1 S V' A W' 1, if 2 G M- Q 1 N ,L ,W Q 1 Y f-f W, f Q was . fr if Q4 ff ir, , , .A V avi, 4 f' bf? ' " ix jk' , 1 wx 5, P4 5 1 'Ia A " I wg ,nk J 'M try I f J If 1 Al W ,Q ' 1 W ,, H 'J , L - X Xi .- wb ' - Q QE L 1 ,, y g x ,u 8 N f M' vu v ww , ' .E ,ez E ii ,Hip E. , BEL pk I . if ,M ,1 ' QA t P '97 J L 4 ""'4f2f's1S .PJ KJ' gx x l x J' K 7' 1 ki "7 :QW .VV IF - 4 1 ' .3 'if 5" dk 'Q-U. M Rf- 12", If ' g 4 - I K I A H t SX' , If M- U, an , I wr 1 1 up ,A fe ,, 1 U T I I- ' , '31.f',af'-5' X' ' 'Y , ja" A'-gf ' E. E: V Y , 1.1 ,J-2 V.: I N: A , V V nr ., 'i.,.,Z, I E1 1 1' Q' ,' ' A Qg,r EQ g,ug fELV 5-ffEw+Lg E fb, Q ' , 1-if H? N .O -15 . A A . ix 5 -2: A Z i,f'rT7.L L ' 1 . E , .. -W 2 E 1,5 Mg, W ' H45 ,- , , . ff? IL-:Liga 5 V "X -. A 3 - 1 ' ' css' " . Es? T: E V G: 5' -' 1 - 'x " , ' Ta" '? '4 A ng' ., ,M L, .X ,ry l NY N E 'tm-,I H -.raw T, I -' fm? 15+ Aki? pk 1' , .wx . A-fi E ' 2 QR- W " 1' up-531' , 1 ,""" lf Y?w1i'jL.' ' "m'Y! 41x:'T' -9 1 ' Q "W - I . ' 4 ' J, . .' - f .L s 1 ' '.?'H. Ute' V K" W, ' ..?- .H F' H, 'J' ' W 'JF 'EJ A - E' .. ' E f - ' ' .. , '- - V L ' V FQ-if LEETZZ ' 'J f-5 Q' U , U ,Ji--, N H 129- O' ,, .gf-gfnll, 1-'E "'- ggi! '. f E v vf film . E H A .514 f W E ' Til bl ' e'bf3'3g:Z '-L .1:f V--'fig-.j , ,-' , Q .gjgigjf ,X ' 1 .wif il ' 1 44. if f? 133 25 11,-:rs '7'Jf:ffSf:Qxz:?T-' fdliif-553'l f'E f"3Ei' 4, . ---.. .xg -. '11 , jj- M N' ', 5: x 3' -,Mfr--, y:,..f- '- LE., :VL-L, - ,,- --..L f, P j ,.,?,.Eg,, .G, ff . V ,,i.gg'.d ,F-..w1,,fg.,. i1,,k,4 U,, li 4 . V' ' 1"l ' , ' " .- ' A 93 A -, "' fhii. 7541, W ,. J 7 , ,aw ., Egg:-ll fp, If 1 -N f K 1 , , 2 g:f,gi,,. f. N f- 3-1 H E: -1 ' 15- A- fj ,gp -f f i E E . 519. ' ,LG 35' " Y. " Q- :fl 'si' f 51+ .- in 5512 ,M -' ,L if... , ' , Z. M .,.. ffm 1- A. g, Walk, f Q3 3 Y ,, 9 X. l , ' X V M ur: in 1:15525 4- - -Es' ,MN I. X A .4. ww hr. ...., N gmp, --1 A X , Q Ah'-44-J E 'ix HUQQ A i 4. 1-liwk -Y' 1 " 1 V, I 1 - -4 1-Q 2- :- , X" , dv 35 - A ', ' - ' -52 ' Q ,O ,. L. ,VA X D ! ,x ,,'N-13 A I ,F L fx 4 5 , lvl gkt ,i E15 I " . ?9:: "' i.-Mi h a, -Nu.: ,4-15133-f1 vek.'i!5h , x 5 ' w ' " I ' X.v""5"1-Nix WHITL OW TERRILL ROYSE FORD CONLEY CHRISTIE BURCHET DAVENPORT INDI: KDEKJ DEMEYER MORGAN SHOUSE STEVENS TODD HAN KES COINIBS BAKER BERTRAM BUSKIE MAHAN MILLIKEN PRATHER BARBER BARLEY BETZ CALLOWAY CRUTCHER GREGORY GUM HALE KASH KERNS MARQUIS REEVES WITTEN DENT JACKSON MCDOWELL PM 1451 ,4ZWh. Xl' - Siqma Alpha Epsilon One Hundred Six Chapters Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold Flower: Violet Publication: "The Record" Kenluckq Epsilon Chapter Gayle Mohney T. R. Bryant Rex L. Allison James Collier Edgar Craddock H. L. Grigsby Duke Johnston J. S. Kelly James Lyne George Mahan James Bishop James Boddie Arthur Glover Horace I-Ielm Norwood Cook James Donavent William Dawson Lloyd Fetherston Louis Fiddler C Estlzhlisherl 1900 FRATRES IN FACULTATE C. C. Jett Bruce Poundstone Lt. James F. Rees Prof. E. S. Goode Grady Sellards LeRoy Keffer FRATES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1931 Edward T. Riley Charles Russell E. O. Greene W. D. Kelly Frank Phipps Class of 1932 Hugh Maguire Jack Phipps Tom Phipps A Dick Richards Class of 1935 William Humber Jack Kirk Harold Martin Charles Maxson Class of 1934 Werter Harris Woodson Knight Jack McElrath Karl Pate Jerome Respess Glenn Pope W. E. Rogers B. C. VanArsclale Jack Woods George Roberts Bentley Sampson Frank Stone George Yates Sam Pa1'rent Jack Strothers William Webb Kelly Rhodes Bradley Stephenson Fred Stevenson Eugene Shanklin Stephens Soaper Hugh VanAntwerp ff umqe 146 Hx . p .7 ff g 1 N I xx K L1 V 1 w ALLISON COLLIER ' GRIGSBY RUSSELL WOODS - ROGERS VAN ARSDALE MCMURRY HOUSTON MAGUIRE LYN E STONE KELLY JOHNSTON BISHOP BODDIE GLOVER HUMBER RHODES WEBB VANANTWERP SHANKLIN SOAPER. STEVENSON STEPHENSON COOK HARRIS PATE MCELRATH KNIGHT - P,,,,em1 I M Z fo is N I V O Srqma Bela X1 Founded at University of Kentucky, 1922 Colors: Gold and White Flower: Golden Sunburst Dr. J. Catron Jones A W. H. Cundiff V Austin Gresham f Kenneth Larmee True Mackey Henry Fish Bearj Kazanjian Elbert McDonald Irvin Olsen Allen Brady Douglas Jones l Publication: "The Scimitzrrv FRATRES IN FACULTATE Prof. E. F. Farquhar Guy Stone FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE ' Class Of 1931 Keith Pace James Powell Charles Reiclinger Mentor Revell Clasx of 1932 Alfred Naff Amos Osborne Eugene Rehn Carlyle Schuerrneyer cms ol uma Edwin Swisshelm Class ol 13.24 Leroy Hedges Arnold Pigman Harold Ritter Joe Ruttencutter Charles Shipley Robert Stewart ni! B. C. SEZITJIIBQOII Howard Trumbo Kyle Tieclie Gayle Tudor Melvin Rhorer Kenneth Schmied fl K mme 143 Hx fi E5 XXL 'XX 1 L , 1 I xi M fri I 1 F e 1 STAPLETON CUNDIFF SCHUERMEYER McDONALD RUTTENCUTTER JONES GRESHAM REVELL LARMEE SCI-IMIED BRADY POWELL SWVISSHELM OLSEN TIECHE RITTER STEVVART FISH KAZANJ EAN NAFF TUDOR RHORER HEDGES RIEDINGER ' .l. wr l M Af' - - xx ' Siqma Chi Founded at Miami University. Oxford. Ohio. 1855 Eighty-seven Chapters C'olors.' Blue and Gold Flower: White Rose Lambda Lambda Chapler FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dean F. Paul Anderson Mr. Richard Johnson - l Xxx l Lawrence M. Crump ' L. G. Forquer Henry Gloster James Gloster George P. Hillen Hargis T. Hughes, Jr. Raymond W. Alford Paul E. Carraco Richard Clark Clinton D. Brewster Reynolds Faber FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class nj 1931 Austin Henderson William G. Lusky Class of 1932 Edward Johnson Robert Kipping James Owens Class ol 15133 George Forsythe Thornton Helm Richard Heyser Jack Hays Wade Jefferson Class of 1934 Gordon Lee George Oza Golsen Mr. Colvin Rouse Conrad Rose Cecil Smith James H. Somes Morgan S. Perry H. C. Smith Robert G. Tucker Sam C. Kennedy Joseph Montgomer Y Frank F. Worthington Virgil D. Johnson Robert B. Metcalf Z g X ' X. , l V V. - I N V- . --- . --M-W . - .. - -- --1--' .-- . -V----if-T . -. 1- . 1 -nfs'-' ,wr L, - ' . '-: -' V ,1 .' ' . F21 5:0 fZ-V.6""-g'J.i3.'W- Aff? 5-.'--',?""".-1 T ,' , ' "-2',Q- ." " W'-5. . 4:1 TITS - - "5'3'37xh"1''7-"-eifbi-i3fI?..'af'.-''f'1.41 'Y' Z. - I-v:5'fia-..""a.1'ek'Pf 'FW "w23'.F32ii'?ZFVif' if-3335425 ' .' . . V Iii-3'?3Jf?' . NYE .' :--Elffyf' ' K"-jfs ' E. A Q, " 1.3 H L""":, lf visa AZ- . VV VJJVVI, XEVIV-. ,V. up V .3 3 - A V:-. V. V -V .. 3 ' , .51--j V- V, ,'f FL-VK. -,.V-, ' 1 , Q -.V . , -.J ' y . V- ' V1 -f.,-.231 . ' U -9 XQQM1'-.if -9-1 1 ' -'nl I " pi g '.Jf1 K - i.V 'jg' V gf f ,V 1 ,PSV ' ' A 4 ' 1 UTI- 'V Q . 5. 2 - .1 MV.--. .- -. -- .-1 . --. - . . U- 41 jg ,Q V, ,j,f..V.V. ,.V, 1 Vw, b -gr X A.. VV 3 .r ,Ag V, , -.- N - , 1' 1:55 .,. ,, 11, 1- , 5 -1 . ,- ., Z ' .54 - gn -. A ' - ll,--, ...gy ,'-,gf -1 ' fu -,Q 'if ,- ' ,. -"- ,gV . - tfi, - 2,1--' A . gf viii! .4 ' gg V VI V , V ' V ,.-f-.3 - Vg . V24 Q,-f ,,1 -1- .V 1 , W, V L- 1 -V4 - 4.. 5:41 -- 4 5:41 J . 43' 1 y 1 - V ,. -Fifi V A -5, 1' , ' -.4 jf! . ' J 'QF' -' I FV msg. .Q mfg 1 L -.- - , -..'. - V . -1- . , ' 1 y'Lff,--- -4 . jL., 1 -- V'+.i y 1 - , -- -V Vw. , A ' ' 5. ,m fy '- xA- , . VA .-VfJ,,V.,!, V, ., - '. ' V f111fzgf",vf1gf5iVSe'- .Y 3'5eL1T..Vf-figs?-fV'fkMY :5,V-.L-S-wifi?-:fr '!:f144'4f,-7--rfxflfq-' , 523 -1-V' V. !-., .-z:.1,.1-- ff-Q-"f1V--xi.. ..:.V--1.f.al-"-Wmf-'ff'-wr w--'-..s'afV-Vrifvzflz IVA-Q--' 5Qii.ifvf'25'.vf1' " 5- - -- -4 -- ft.. ' .-. - fm., .M-, --Vi--.r, 'H 'xi 1.1. 5, ww V,.,,,:r,V- -,L-I ,.'w,4l-VL: I. 21.gv4,..TEq-J5,,,VV. .q 'yxtyi , ,gujiwv Hrgq Lg.,- .'- ' gJ:'r--'fg , ,-Q V5 4-.-L 13 .bg 4 -41 '. 1 T., .-'1,,g.fgg - N - ,-..,- ,J W.--' -V.-QQ. V . ,- fd, Qing- V - .- ' V- ' gg: milk-:'..'3j?f','P , "'--S.-:-,.fiy.ggf if , f'75tyfw'gi17' . V i' 'f f ' ,, . Fsafgi-effga? ' -.lp . NVE? ...j : V . 'STf'V'1.3' .- xx--flv.-Q' ' fl- . I V , ' - V -V. V VX J..,fV5wg, L V . -VV--qi 4'V - V -and Vg,-I , , gh" - . -453, 1-f'f ' '-iff -- - Vjkjf- G. . Li'-V-'Z V 14 . gs . 52. , V wr . ' Qm' - -- Pri' ' - . V-Lv , ' if' V-'Q' 'W ' ' 1 '1' WF' ' 4'1" .. '1' A --Elf - J' f y.. 9 V rf Q yr, 3 i U r , 1 . -1 1'--,. 2 ' MV . ,E is V.: 7. f1f.,w.: " vw 1---.q .2 E.. -..w' V1 V - '- 5371- f " VH:-:VV H "W ' f" V V fx- V 1 E P-.T'- -- -2 1 .1 . V MV' I' .- l 1 , 3.1, AVE.. V 54.31 .V V V 475' V 1, .VV...,s ,,VVV.- H .L V V- .1 , ' 4,2-V, ,, VVQ'1.Vk V V x.,-3, If -V , V -4 .V r. 5' F ' ' V . . 4 " ' 'ii' . ,-.V -am. . V :I .' -c ' . :: :J ".V-ii. "':2 -'iii'-if-"--'1 V' 1. 'EI:.f.-M. 1 -2? f.5fif4i5'5 Q5-. ...Hx . ' 5 I N" 2- .W ,flgq-ww-Y. , f- V-.ggi igffg, jg rev-gig. 4 HN.: frff. VV 'af 5. 'E' , '-S:Lg'3?3' 43,3 'VfG-tif? 'Rs-' 'Q' 'L-"i?'u?-ifY'.i95""5'4x"3'i 'V-'E-7'?-'-'f1s?'if V-avw3'f" 11,225 1122? 'ftTJ.'S'i5 fi:. -- - .-1 ... X-Z,-r -r H 1- V'.-- .1 . ..--'-- V- NM, ,Hu . 1 qv---K., 41 -...'-1-x - up .. .. ...V .L,.'.V,n1s.-- - ' Qui,-. ,I 1, .PV .-V ...' ' '- , L -f.,,-fm, YpV.n..L1.bs - P' -5? Q-xii L ' J,-A-,-, .V-3-fzzwzgwm ,,.- 3111451-.' P- ' ""'-TY: .- -K -'.. 15, '-Ar , .,.5- -L ' :w 's'.zi,-' ,4-,-'f-'firm , I ywsm, 'V -egg. 1V 5 A-' '13 .,.,,-A .-.1, . .f. .a-..,. V- , V v .- .,. .. ,. :.V,.V.V V ,,.. - 71-.,,:V..V.nVV ,:..V. - -'q.,G,. 1-: . 0-, fu ,VV ,5..- ' ,it .. -malt .3 "2 ei " X-q'?V'iif5ff6' .. '- -' . ' - V431-? .Jw , -V .---X'--,-f -. .,.pf-wi, - 1-+11 V,-, . A -- V .a .Jag may 4 'x-IQ-f-VV - X.-1,,vr!V. . - I . ,V.hi3,,', 1 -'55S.'1' f- . ' 'H-'Fx . .. F--"T if f . - V' ' . QV- - 1' - . .-f,- V . .-,VI Q. ., L.:-: - - '-. Gulf, . ----fn V ' . ey! -- V' S- -we-" '.- - V: --ge -VV-.. - -- -. ,: . .sw . . W ...VV V, . f ,. -,V1-. - , . 2 - .,9- . 3 ,, IQ' ff- - H- 1 . -s. f J.. ' 3??'5 f'egE,'fg" -A ' P!-'. f - f l .M '1-., , -g--V-' i ' .gi .1 'g . ?whg,ssf3 gg' " i- V - - -5 ,fa 'H ' f," ' ,'.,' 5- ' '- 1 " r?ff."Vf! "V '. .i.' .V - 1' 5' .-. . ,. -. L ... .5 ,f 1. -- - 1' -V '- .j 5, I-- - .nffi .-YV4-Cf.:-Kp 1 'i-"ul V -,gg A A - 5:-.1 ffffv- in wi-FQ'--'-. ' ' ff-if-1 f VVTVV , V,-gg V V f.A3Q4,fiEVVVV V V I -FV V 5 ,4 -"'-1' 91. QV- gf' H- SFT- 72- - .125-'. f?-In . ' .."'-3"-:H--i3'S.53' 'E-f,'-"1"5" ..ff' V . " ,I ,143?ggV'..j .fm 15.-Q QV '.',1.7, Ai P :ug-r ff fi -Rza' -ga VV: vw"-V 212535, V 3-V Vnggwx VV M N .V,..,V nj, Vi. .,.-ggi-,A 3,3 z-,ifV..:.MVi -,7VVV1.,m12e- -,!.,,,V-1?,,1VVaVff,V'f,,j',43 gl ,JF . -3754-4'-,,,,5"fi-fi -.33-igwgt V1 '1 4 ,..-2 ..' nqf- 5, --.--V-5-"1ff.."'.3f:l'-j--.'.'-V---'axis--ig'-W if-S' Eg, .gfhy -ff-' '-Tai-'-'ff '+..-,-22-2-1-1-113-F Q ?',I':..'-59 VlH'V?if"--'-'f" 'fi-'-121: ,g21'f"::15?,-31?-'f,f'i1" 5.3-5'5" --hi-: 'E-tfgiff' xiii 51,5-Li'-'???i? 1'-glg3f3'i. . V: ' Vs" 1. 1'f'.,-1.1 -' p. -V w4 :',.--.1- - . use-1' ' . . .Ulf VZ AV. VIHV. V"lq,j.VV -,ky -3-7:34 4- 7- ' , ',V' kfiggjlwy, 25. 5, 1 V- V- , -. 1, iv- ' -'L W if - MV ,V . C' V, gV,,4V V1 V , 3.V'.- fy! V Vg-V 1 -N VVg.V. . gg-.f f --af, , 4 . .xv gf "fb . ww-1. . F-HV 'EV 1. V' -1- '- . 'fi' Xl - 53551 V... gr- -kia -. - ,. . ' - 1 ,. V-ww. - - - -Vg I, -iff ,- lin. ' ' . V Lg' , Lg, J , 'V Q- '51-1? . . -31. V lik. ' '-ffffg . "LAL -1:5 'i 'I' Q ,Ll A ' ' '.-ri' ' . 1 - ' Vlzgfx ' f:'1-"1 ww 1. Q 1' 5' if -. ' ' ' W , Y.. ., ,-':q?igQV - -T . V'-,ff . . 551. yi'-V 5'..iV,2'?f.j- . -- !,'j.Vfg4 JHPF: . vw? '. ff ,fs i3,,.3'f--E, f f' 'ffl f- : .-9212 T"f-'wi-. 4-1'."Q--i4f?3il,g , ' L,19Qf'y3-'Qi-L"-, - - ,-fE'Lf5555i-fIVf-,- N' -fy? L T.- .,-. 1--"-I Q,-.aa ,ia-Q--pr-.sig-'izjf '.15V'aqV,.?,e,..g:-if ,J-1-c-f-Vg? ,-'Lv-1 5-.sQ'VAsVv-1-g.Vg,,,.gP55". :ni 4-1-Y-A.-game 1 .4'V.--Ver '. ., .Q x- - " 1 - - '.1,,L' . ,....,m1.-'-Jf..,fE.'?Zf-3 .'-PEM-.1Lp.--W' 41- -' f-.Vw - .. -' fff-Q5 4 in'-'.3e'1+i','E 'J'-'fgffha f'Vs31efV?f-V' f 51 , - ?fgQ'!5i'?3f-fif,1'fg-V.. .Ei-H V ' ' fr- , -'-'SZ' -gf .fr-. fin.-.--f1,..A.l: .5 -3',- 1. . F- -.T 'U7T"ff:..5-.-" -,V ww --- ' --V, ' L, ,Q :nga 1 1 , H321 .,' -10:19 2: 1:5 ' ffwfi'-"' ' M436 15i:if:3V' ' Y- -.-3 .-V-1.-".-'c.'1: -5 T11-'qi-'f L-'If Vf f,iaFf'1if11Z"'131g'5:3i.'5--"'iff' 'C' "N v1fF2f---'5,r?'f" -.C--1:1-:lf':-'-:1fv" uv-'fl ' f' '1.f.1-.-R'-f.'a' ' ' W V.- GEJ5V.V,VVVVy1 VV, - Vx-QV., -QVVVVVVVVX V V -QVVVLQX -Laffy VVVVV .QV - ,V-.,VVV.VV V rivgijgiix 'N X 'V7:i'.'QP' 5 "Z '-1 -'Q' "f ' ' 'i " - V V L F. R' - ,"'5 'K ,'. - -1' ' .' 1 1' -'. .,V 71 1 , -L ' F. :-NS ' 'IT' - -' 'ifil' wi' - 1 KQE:-2222 'J'-5 , W , .Aa ' 'Ev ,pf , F' -V g,.'5'l'Q gr -.sf .YU ' VC' ,l ng, q :.-S+?-IggV,'. ,-K-u., EV, i, ,wax ,g K .' '- ' j 5 V -:gig 5 - 1, ' , f .. I . .,V. .5 Tj .ng J-.5-' V 1 . MVN 'v -- V 'f - -,--- Lx 4: , V ' 1 , 1. V -v ' . I- -1 ,a - i , - '- V , .,. ,qu V. if Vs. Vf- V ., - . Lay, N4 5, 1 'I' it ' 7'- ' 'Ye f'VM -C ,Q-Iv gisf "' ' I fi."-'V mv fc- .V ..,, - ",- .1 V4 5525.3 -. , .-QQX . 3555-1 , '. .Q-Egg? . ga, wig' ' ki? U1 'f??9:tii 4 K ' , 5 t ' Jggha- if 2 3' "' N bl:- 1 'Ari -'Z " ,ix .' : g-,-jlf' Q V-LL"?-x fm. 5' . V ' ' 1 Aa. -ifilll k-, pAZ?:f4J'QSf'f:'VC,-,K x - ,gina 1' gf "L 3.1'ff'f-A gi.,-4? S W ' 5 L, 'ffgfli-a fV V-5? 3, .qtgxgjy-Qi':'q"7f-.V-f'-.--,,,-x,'f:s'Q IVJ'-531V-,Eff-,f1'Q1 Jvglb. ,v-'V-V-Vee.:-521304--'f' ,lvl "'1'5V '- Q' --'W' '1j"' :1fjf. "3'a", --'Yagi 'Q15'5'i-'iifffigiv3'3i'J3f1,5y-X315-esglfg.'fK5-5'-3fFT'g'flL43ifi'-T"i1Vig9siVRQ'E',1L:5'zG' , 1 . ,- ,V .4 . . V .,., 5,4 Vi. C, Nwzzkf- ., V-V. , ., V:1:'-- 3 VV.-: p : : ' 4 - I VV :Ei .i-fam-4'-"W-f..f'.QE'-5Eaei+.m,,.....L:-,Vq5531hEZ4.Pmrx'fDwV'?-1k..h: 1 2 . " 11- FORQUER GLOSTER ALFORD GLOSTER HENDERSON SNLITH SOMES HILLEN KIPPING PERRY SMITH CLARK I FORSYTHE HELM , HEYSER HAYS JEFFERSON KENNEDY INIONTGOMERY BREWSTER FABER GEORGE GOLSEN JOHNSON METCALF Page 1511 N fl X iqma Ilu Founded at Virginia Military Institute, January 1, 1869 Ninety-three Chapters Colors: Black, White and Gold Flmucr: White Rose ly. wr N l E. R. Cadden C. K. Cain E. E. Durand S. L. Carr R. L. Moorma.11 C. R. Stegner J. H. Bredwell E. S. Mannhan I Bat Bunford Albert Bryan A. B. Culton Charles Fuller Publication: "The Delta" Gamma Iota Chapter Esmhzislmz 1902 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Maury Crutcher FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1931 W. H. Dyard Henry Kelley Wathem Medley Class of 1932 S. Drape J. S. Noonan Lister Witherspoon Class Of 1933 F. C. Peters Class of 1934 E. E. Hubbard Charles Monahan Elmer Powers Earl Pace C. B. Roberts 17 'S Robert Pennington E. K. Senff J. G. Whitfield J. H. Jeiferies R. L. Schamach William Lansin J. V. Rogers Zach Shields Tom Rowlett Morton Webb Rubard Montgomer- J. Thompson Y fl ,fl E Nu IPage 152 'Ax ,ff I: - , V, pi?-V?-gi 1.-Qgggqgh' '.'C..4g'7?iQ.ll'E'1??-L J ...qv , A .f ' Q'-w ,..--.-uv . f r 1 fd '- " x 1 .- . ' uf! UN ' - ' 'F-IFQCSE' '1'.5""'?f:'.'?j- "' '?.5'Ij7-Tfffil' 5 -5'-Ff77'Ff7?7 . . f - . 7.'.i'5f2f2,ff-- -'14 51' .' 1'-.f'-,f?:::-,--af-yy I-Q '4A'5"Tf'-.'I --., -fr .- , . ---5 3.34 -QT, 1' L, ALM: 411. rg. .. 1,1-,"' - - 1- 1 , z f 1 5-f.:.1:.-1, .. -4.541--.3.4.-1 W , Li -iff'-.4-2. - A rm'-.f.. 1-Y' -- 1,'7L'C"kg1"tL'-'fit-1 ff? --Q?f.U-'- -gp 1.1 . . .gf ' ,-Lv.-., f - . -'--155 wfs. l1 '- 2 4 .' --1 .. -9.14 ' -5 f . f - -' -1-.,,n" ' 1 .' auf . , .:-,'1.WQ:.ifZf11',-r-.,-H-1. -L ey -'flaw j. .- 4.4 -'af-5 'f- 'Az' '15512.'.',2-f-wry.-,-Q ,H .piI,iI...:'3.,v'.!fhE,i.,fb,.w?qa.,. . ---1,95 g2ez..f,.:J, .I j- vi i, ,. g2.L.M .g,yi.Q-gg f '.i'5L.fJ C' .5flqk11'3"'3:'EQi3't' ff "fi"-144' " ff-'K ', Y-SQ" ' 3 - 'H'faZZ?s1m"' 'Y Rf:'73.1?'?YTf'x'3Yfi4795""Sf .. , .. ,.-..5, . . , ., .. 4... S, 4: ., E11 .15 W' I"-2 '.- ,L "fi ." ' '-ff, :P 1. Pi: If - '-541355 5'-1"f"'f5.'Q.35y--YH-:Q?Z4i"-'.?E' 4 1.4--1 1"-.pPigu'.f'in.Wf . -.fa-QL A..-:J +1 4 -- X . 1-.y-'I E2f-1.1f'i"u3- - E -V Q 1f,',"Q4' . 1 ' 1..a'f-f.r 'i'v' -6- '1 '-5'5.'xf Q-'ffwgf ii'fi'.P M sur' A Filillimz 'if-fl - 'V ' '27 ,- - - will - -- mf'-fa ik 1- iw .. , ' P45 .. .fab L- .- f- '.vi. T?- .. ' Rig-. ' - r V TN baf,lf': 1.51553 A YQ. -' Y 'E-g ':,1z-'gg X A. 2 5:,f...5f'l N V31 55 A "Q--1'-','f-f-2,3 , ,.f- ' 'L-qi -51- -W --5-F9274 'f'5L .w 1 1'-4 Q, . ' ' "' ' " 43k 1 N- ' ' .,f' . . "hiv .Q "rl-4 4. , K ' P 'Af .tfl 7' 1 23- '- . - -. -. '-A fl 1' L4 V -4 , . ,.:.,,,-- A, V, .1 ::f. - ,.Ag- , , B r.. 4 .- 3. .-1.-,--, - , , pq. J, L - --W. .HJ -':.- y- 1 ,1, . .V , , '-,Q-1.': -E. .-J..." 'J' . .xl .. 4, . ' x 1 - ' w?f15'?'1- . 1 - -"ff'fi.1 - . f. 13 awk, "1,"'- -.gf ' 1- ' . ' ' , k V' ,, hlbf hi.. . .N ,..'t1giQf-551,45 --55,34 V14-M-, I. L - , Q.,vd,,.:1, 3-ix -- 491-.yggzg5g:.,, 1, . A Q... P4 A 7. .n -,QM .'3..-- .31 . ...u jig, -.,,q,: ,, . 4 .. U, , . ,-f.-,ur-A--, - - .f. x-,,.-- --3, -, ,Mg -,:ff.g,,,,...--fr,--..5,: 1, Q., . -1 .ff mtg, ,.:,'.f -Af, 'QFTF-:-'1X',.-f., .- - .g 4 -,i-?-3-1215-1,24--:.f:,5. Milf '-,R - - '.-"jp, ':tf'g,,,,' '3j"- , ,4 1 xi 4 ," Qpggl- '.. ' K.. .1 rg ,N 121.1 ,nw ,fv -- ,+' ew- lj L .ff 1- x 31-1543 ,-'W' F ffifff -5-gnf:FfTvf?"Lf"2.,-'fT:'.P'J?:a1. 'X-53. K3ff33329If?iff'5,'Elff:'4':Q"1Q'X?5i3. '-.,"---.Q.grs':1....gJ.1'M'f-e5g.,fr3,g .Eat-T...-'.:5:1+eQPiLQ ?'fa.ix5g?g2y. A - :gg .. , ,-: 3-51 'Q4lf',.'-1 I -MQ. f, -3 v . .:f.- 7 1 4- . .. .. .,-,hh '41 --- Qj,Q. , -lfgfisg, Qi 'j',-1',p'x2.'a.,,. -' - I +f-:A-I' . - m,fa7-.v gf grgI--J "TAT J --4-f1ffMeQL'J WL E" ff ' Slmfiif -31 Q- -i1'I--S'3fSsFff..'2.:1r.- 'I C.-"'5 f ' fi.. ft -IJ-iii ffsf f '.'.ff'ffG1iv?71?ff53'v'-, zgiirq .- , - .lv r f.-fx.. .5-ff--:,-,-3-5 U' -- mm, -.IQ-57' -. - -L.--.11 - fr:-:'rf .ff . - -.PQ-4 25 .ef . ' rim. -2.2-. ...Q-' 1.35. ,, ' 1 .. -3-Hg., 4 - 24:2-V -PM 15... , 2 ft.: 1 .----.-4.---W-:J ' Hex-3 - .K 5-rrhf' 1 .-,, .., I .4-,. "Q 2'-327 WSQIIQU -I - .Hia . -H5443-V 'E.?5'Lw ' .FH "'..,,Eg,j" Z 321 n - ..---, M . I . . if . . . - - . , ,rf r , , ' '.. -in :af V, -' - - --' ,Ss-" J - "I-.gf -, ' r - L-4, T . f " :W . - . , . -.iw m ,f'Q':5Q1-3 sr . Q'-ifffi' .. - . 'ff - - . A , f' -nfl. 41 , H-g.i:JI.:i2,.1-,ES:,1. 'Q' :gy . ,-5.12-.J j-2,4555 ., . V ' A -,iffy , if , " I if ,jf gl 1 vip F -1- ',2'1 -1'-'. fl" -Ac.,--,'l.Vg'-T15--1:'..: , . .V inf - , ' .' -e ' -. -1. .1-5 1 ' . N ' , . - - , 'He - +-Ng-, gg, ,-. f -' Jug-'41 .3 " 'if.xf" ' -'ff' - -:'1iQl'-3- 1 .'i5"'rF5 ' 'T-:'1i5s"' 1'4ifx X! 3356- WN- -' '- 2-riff., X5,,w,a':,Qf,,g5f-,.-,f- 3:1-I f-15... . "Wm, '. ax. ' .figs .ZX . ,5f.q5- ff-Q 1 'YY5f"'v,2.-Efzfjffiifffg 2535521 . -ff ,. , ,-, -f -71, - .:A 3, Q ,-3 .- .A .V ,--. ,-. 1: .m:v..1- ' -It ' V , 3, 2 - ,,-Q ' 1-wr?-,.ff11m, ,451 .-ff.: 1-uf-.14 '.'-435.-Egg. .,- ffgwf' ,:-, -.P 1-F-1:-331.-'ir'Qf' f: ,- 'fgfsygzh 3535 ,I , --rf .sa-2.5 H., - - -QL.-5:-v. ..g'xEff1g-ff -. ...M - . -ff vr -- - - ...L-' w . N x.1f ff ri.-'T-s , r ' -,,9,:H ,f-Lg'-f' -f gg ,Y 14 -' 'L-..- -. - ' ',f"A my I' V V p f, - - i . .7:H'ggQ'-'-eC,- iw ffgf' . "+'j-gf-.E 5.--77 '2.5j3fg,g7g3 ' LQ 5Q,g-.-'-'fggiygft I 225,23 "iffy,gfg-vwffxk'-fS?i4G15.?gSg5Y5E-5?f" X' gf' 43---'.1.'fw!f' 'M " '-V--. ff"5,f-'lf QSJZW W, 'wixfqanzfff -W-2' Sgf3f.L1w,.-N? - - '.Hf.15g.r.4:,f,.-579 . , :QL 4555. and--1 4 . .-.H2.:,r-- L'.'-6.5-1 ig:-f A ' ,, .r-112- -. -1 ff - - -2 ,f ART-:2.'f.4..1Q'f ! I FJTJ-1,1 'F1 W ,R ' f'.. - giibjfv '-J, -- .1'l's.'13 . 1 2-.-Ay.-1 , N657-" - -,- -' - - .14 - gf. .vw -.ms . ' .A - 7 'f.-, .- 1.-5 hi'-'j f- fE'i?f-11 ' - . - ' . ., " :YF ,-gggifiti,-.,'Z,fg., Q . ' .Wig f u -N34. r , .. .-.,f...af if 1. .M-. -. ., f . .E 1- .ff . sea . 1 xr HQ? 'if' W 'VU' 5' gl? .".f5ff:-Qf w 7 .'5rwyi?'7'JQf1? ,I 1 ma- ., - , .w,r:g-f,.5,.n 5.5-.S 'ff-5 gf- -1"f2.ifLE4..,i..P,.g,'i , --. Q1 N f -.'35'1.f. . ,2hr2:1g??'1g,a'- -, :iii , - -if 7 ,51-, -mira--25.54" -A.. QQ' f' me. In 1 uffif. '4 -, I f6253fzf!'- fiit-af fl..-'!'fi-3 , ' .f'.f'7.:-fl-f?gI?..1!:9'-917. U 12. -. ibm ni .9 v,,i5, " .ILS '.V",ff'F3'fX 'f.-51.5. 514- L-J7"'.Sv E, -I -Lv' .33'1"A,?'f,-fgQa-5315"-'f,"" 11: '1 - ' - . 46.2-I U . . - , .,., J 'fi-Fx?-3, . 5. .52--1?:fsflgggE95SE.'-. QW -- qi,-ij-yi? -0 4.1" '65-'4'3'i-'ff-' -- . fy-.Ex Q, - . . -- fa". Q-rua. -rf?2,.f-2 if-nf45?,:mJFT15 M: . Lffgifs -A-. 75114 . .mf 1.1.5 W-1 - '- '-P-.1 1 , 1.4 - + - w .- . -,qw 3 : . 13- ,Jr 3..-I., R, --,VA pqiug- fix '.,-:, fig, -fy-JF-.Q , - - -- N .i vi-g-,T ,...:.f,a:2.., , ,,..I,,.. . a ,ff Mud-1.43 ?igwF,,:..! .3 51. ,Fwy ,,fu,5.w,iSi:..f.q,.M-..1,Q,gmhN Q, 15.5, 73,1 1 ,ff ' ffl" :-. -1- 1 ' 4' iff'-'.f ' " N443..-:I , -'. 'J-ff1'P.f.'r,' 16" 4- "4-2'.'-:.4'4.",11-:.4'V7.-gg-4-.''Fr'E'-:+7G.3f's-i -.-:,igf'gz'?i-T565 5,-.viii -Ziff ' x'..vi1?'Qk2L" 4-' '-YL?f5efFwif' ' 55551314.4?f11'fJ.f"?2f"IifTSQ -'- - -WW". 'Q' 'f: l I ' ,JIV5 . " A ' 7 ffl i".'.I '4' .175 'll-"li N5 ri I-'. ' , ' 3 Li 1' 'piikf :'R"'. ' U ' .1'-Jilin , ' l'f'w'ff" if -I ' A 'Vi " i f' Q 2555 54 ' fQ'Kf:'T3'f-f"' 5 ' 'jiffff 1W ..1. " - J." , ' s. 7. 'ffl . - '.:W'?3' FT? -1: " I "1 - AQ f.2fHgf754z ,- .Q-. ...KH . . u N ,..qhU.. - Y Y . .gyjzux - ' -Sight.: it -- :J ..-.".fJ- 4 ' -a ' - - -r.' v - - .- .- . ,M -iq - , f. -: J N , sq 1-yn- ,Y 9 1.-: . 5 H 'U' an M.: Q. T1 .-: A, , -f--f-'I If-Lvvfj , .' "' " 1.9-2- -f -1 - . ,. pw. .sm , . - f av- ff .32- li V ,, 1, "" iffi QQ, 3 ' .5'?'i-nag . 4211! 73- 'Pj!?7.5- ' 'J '- "f -Th 1.-if" " ffm -, ' V-ll ' Xffiiislx -MQW -Ulf.-i " 53- " 'Y ffl P., " ,'!.:p .Q-'elk . .2245-.,"zg-'x, '- 4i.,:g,v. 'qgtcav - 73, fs.,'?t-'P "1 f. f ' ' .' "--"ffl-Q 1'-Fu. A f.E'!5Q"Tf-.'lr ' 'f .' . - X-Ju Mg. .X v - ,,- -1- '- 4- I ,-',....5q,. -j , 3,5-f W Q' .- . .u'-1'FV7flf1i3?'..- I 'E' '1g?7'I.f- -.jf-IP' g:Rf+,,a..f-ffff'-:'f'g3HI-1 f - fgfxfv' .vw -QQ "" kv --Pi -' 5 Z '-f-.5-.f . ff'-P-.'..-1-v" 1 . ' in r A: .33 WAS.. Q QE 4-,115-Q..-fi. ,,. -.3 '?5i?,,g ,yi ,'."1, , Qrifw ij lx QQQLJ --"wr Q-3.'if:,1-A-.344 5 isfrz, F--E Rf.,-3.2M-,J ' fig. , fXfijsg:,Qf.Q-' . rf- - .3--g----3.--'1Tf,fae EX ' .11 4-Q,-j.gi,Z -?g.ff'f.f..-1-. .. -.H --- w.2-,345-af 5-A -z-. .1 ,w-1:-Q-..'.s.---z I' mmf "aw - "'5x'i1-'I.1Zf"4.S'f'T' .K .,.,1f.Af'fm, N: f . -. -7 ,g . X, ,..f . .ax-A 41,44 .4,.m.fhf:. 9.4. .- .'..1.., ' .-1 . , ..,,c.,.? .h I?E:,i, A: ya!-xg, ' 5,5.f3fA .-, 5.22 .. . ,mug-,lag M - a-' ,. ' .I ' I -N vs - V W - Jr f' ,. 1 . 57 -... E 1- " "Ig, tif.. e-., 4-gg? . .gg uf M Q ---N " sy -. f,.,. FJ! 634 , -...li-15' 'xi ?iqagx..'... . , ,f A , --.-,J - ,qu :J T. 'M , 5 .3-1 N 3 ggi., .,-H: . I ' I 1. ' -' f f r j ,s:'.j f -"1 ..,-,iv 1 , ' " .-E. -'Z - 2' F? ' Mi. 3. I 3' 4 U 1 Z If -,A A Je f ,-r I -. .U N, . . .. . ... -1-1 4 ..15, -. A ---.5 ..,fQ 1 A . ix - ' - .I 'I - , .31 Ii -32 F 5 4- . f 3- .1 .. . M gi .31-5. 4 I Sl Q Jak 'ayvw .L 2?:fJflf-7515fl3Tffag jLf - 73567-E3 ' . - - . ,' ' '-V '21--' pfw: 1-5.,,",vI:?.21.'F1, Y'-"V 's Ziff -' ' 4-. , '- 1. JL--55117K-. .gkffgfi ,mi wifi- K., ,- -,ilE,.f15.Q.,-.i A2 1 , r ,. J?-5 Q.: -Lu j..,Qy .019 xi -1,, n",.-R .,.,1u' V P. 2' X - QjjilEs5,-+'i"Qf.-1fEff.'Si1Zr5fTl1'f,fgfaf4f..f'x 6 ' - 9. fifiil l - '- -'f 1'3f" 3!F-E CAIN SENFF DYSARD MEDLEY SHIELDS WITHERSPOON PETERS X DURAND WEBB BREDVVELL ROGERS SCHMACH PACE PENNINGTON ROBERTS POWERS BRYAN HUBBARD WHITFIELD CADDEN MON AHAN LAN SIN Page 1531 X ll X A X M X Cfau Epsilon Pi Founded at University of Kentucky 1927 Colors: Blue and Gold Flower: Primrose FRATRES IN FACULTATE A. 1VI. Lal'1dS La FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE I .' Class of 1931 II Ted Cohen Morris Farber Benjamin Green Benjamin Farber Isadore Goldben William Polot Samuel N. Goller Class oj 1932 Manual Block Louis Friedman Hyman S. Levy Louis Elvove Morris Levin Edward G. Rosenberg Class oj 1.934 Stewart Cohen Sain Routenberg Ted Stern Ralph Flumbaum George Stern Mark Waldman V Z N 'I g u 11 , M I' HU . 'X , ' -'4 S S S ,ff S S 1 5 M l ROUTENBERG BLOCK GOLLER COHEN FLUMBAU M ELOVE WALDMAN FARBER GOLDBEN COHEN POLOT FARBER. FRIEDMAN LEVIN A ROSENBERG pf 1 T 'n H Ya Pg 1551 M , , f' X S XXX O CTr1emq1e Founded at University of Illinois, 1907 lx y l Fifteen Chapters Colors: Old Rose and Gray Flower: Red Carnation P7LlJliCKlliU7l..' "T1'iangle Review' Kenluckq Chapter Estuhlishecl 1907 FRATRES IN FACULTA TE John Dicker Louis E. Nolleau Benjamin D. Harrison Raymond G. Heitz Walter UL. Alberts Warren W. Anderson Thompson K. Bonzo James Boyd Roscoe D. Cooke J. Dudley Alexander Fieldon E. Dunn Russell Grey Robert A. Cooke John Dicker Hamilton Greenup FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1931 Warren L. Moore Dulaney L. O'Roark Class of 1932 R. Bassett Cubbage James Hite J. Estill Hundley Paul Woods Charles K. Kastner Benjamin LeRoy Joseph Little Class of 1933 George Lee Granville J. O'Roark James Scudder Class nf 1934 Howard Holbert Howard Holley Blair Hughes Leonard Scott Samuel H. Wise William B. Young Robert W. Schroader Frank E. Scott Osborne K. Sharp Harry V. Smith Walter L. Wolfe Robert Sparks D. Roy Voelcker James Wilson J. C. Wagner Samuel E. Welch Gilbert J. Yager A KPMG 156 H 'A --i 5 T+?'9'7'1 Z f " , f,.-..-:.:.- 1. .'I'f-911-'T' ,4"'?W':'m. . 1, W .,, -1 f - V . M ww: -T , ' Q". "3" " V 4. Q ,auf-,,'g'+-.,gi 7-fx .,-4.. 11,-,1 2 .. . 4 T: fL,.'gg:,g,..,1-..i'4f 'tJc-3-,rr.- 11-11 ., 1.a:a:.g:. 1 11 y ff' ' ' 4'-'f514i3"r.2:'F-Sf, as-Q, 21, A . . ,. . .7 A- -- "fire . 1 . .. ' .Qgmli , gy, L., 1 , ir! , lf jk .ga--C , ifpfxbx V '7' W I 'ffl T' 3, ' 111' J wg, r..: , ,' ..:,.,5A. H- ,, .x, xW'15' K :MZ 'fiii 4,1 ' 7-V1-3 'LTU , .J37 15112259 ..g5f1,L.--g'fm ,. , N. XXX 'P' ,L , , 33,1 l wifi' " 'A V .gjriyqfg 2 . Tx :51YRXVf":ff5liSS?? j1'T f ' 1' 560, ' A' :S"1AfQig:IQiQQSNZY,3S"f?L:i1.:5l!?,25p14,U 3 TE: ' -Z1..:'l-'E'na:F7'5,i.'1. lil-f""LC'?'TfJ 7.' A v - 1 .Nh :v.E:,,agm. ,. M. -.-. Vg,-Eg L, 1 '.n' "" 1 ,.- '.'w v?.":.,.5':-r' ,1- l . L. -f- - ,1 -1, L-'sz vf. YQ-'Q 52' mv: 'i 'Ef'F-lkiiiflf 'E' . - ,fs , A . -9.4 wg-:ip ."-.- ,,..' , Q' .. I-1, '- ... . . .aw ' - I V sr 5 , :V g, il ., - f r 'E' ' Hx ' 1 ' I f A H M 1 l .. , f 1 'f .2 IT xp.-1?-fri , - ' 3 V W"- ,. , S w,-f :: - vA1 1 1 3 - 1 1 2 ' 1 - --QL " ,- .,f 'ig " N 3 ' f, , 1 :LI A FT" 1' '- v we 1 si . . "WWE . pf- L ! V in -, 1 . .,V 1 , : '1. A 1. N 1 :z ,-1 --5:1 fi if 1 v , I " mjlf 1'. f -.Zn-E. ,"1f.4 " 1' ' Jf' , 1'z.' vs HH .- x u ,, ?sa:',51-.' ,L : 1 -X , '+a:gQRf'T 3- 134.55 ,,j'.-.V Mb V,- - v-we , L1 1.5-s,Q7'L 3 iq ,' vi-rpg L2 1 .,-,., 1 - :W ' -V Q - ' . Z. .Y L. , ,. f ln Q' V4 S ., " W Q-Q 513' "?'.+1"f'5' 'Hin .2 f ? - I 52279 ' L :nw 'E 21' '. . Sf .- '5 ' '-'Hg' Tzf, .fe 1 Q 4, ' , E hw' 1 w 1 Q ll wi , . . . 5. . w M 1 S N L , II R V N I lv 'ix K LN f E v fl , f rx, I I 3. Q lin " H ,R LA . FV . WM "Hn: 31 W 4 ,f 1' if I J 4 rg gpg, ' ' 1 ., J' 'I P 'I A 51 my w NX: A h . W ll I i " f' mg P ' ,J I w 14' I . HARRISON - , '41 ' Q 'z , J-z "UNH 1: 'N . T9 'A ,Q-gg. 27- r 5, . . .,. 1 . J 2 5-55 V ' -, iw:-+2 2 'f 'Tl --- ,A H L ...., 5 1 -1-Ui. - W., - "'.""': W A '- -r fur-f-, 2 ' g g' .H .a..J- I 5 "I m 'iffiififf .v .-. 4. H gg:--ua y- '- f . '-F51 ' '1 -F 1-P . ,' - 4 'fix . - ',- 4 N - fj . Y .13-4' fig: Y 1Vuuif"' " L 'L N ,.iL:'f.'E -1 .. ,filivfk "' V 2 12555, NH W qqxj, 5' ' 4, , 1.ia,. .-.. I .ff gy v- ' ,- , - -21,3 L- 57, Q f .,l ','.' A ' " Qi 1' 72:4 5 .N . H Ja, .- L- -. , .. ,.1.',,-IFN , ' 'WE ,' J sz- fHH5E'I52?f?', ' 1 7-, erffvf ? ,E . pins. --Im,--'x, vgiff '- A V -1 AV? Ii:llL.,'L,iTEfj-1 - Q, 'Ag . Yi". xf -1 -.V ,,,1.:,-X, ,L V, V V , ,QL 4ff":1'f:L'f . , .-'iffa 7 U A-H 'l lif' . 92 inf! ', HF V 7 f EA , if A If Tfif j ' " H: ' 'r' E. My fx ua .-,-2 , N . .V ' lv,,?v .555-, -, - , -. - 4Egi?,j-zgilzh A , 1 , .tmvju - . :L ,, ,E-3u3'gm,1M -,N r s 1 E A W . .4 A "L -- V ex . L 1 .1 ,b X N , -4 f vi ,Q .gg 1 6 L rg X wr L H LE. , ,Y 4 , My I X ,U N ' 'I L 'JF ' pr k Q V ' ' 4 Wy E' 1 1 1 I 1 ag S. J' sf .I ' 3 r ' ' 1 1,1 4 P 4 hint .1 11 . ' ,tri w H L' , 3 A 4 n , F , uf. , in A ,jr JK, : 2, J , N, Q A f. X 5 W '5 . , f ' pg G , H -Q . - , L l I '41 'P ' rr 5' ig' 1 H " ,411 'A 5, XA w 4 5 Ju- 5 , P, 1 -,-5" 'ff wr? I , L., 1 I ,Q ' , H , A 9 -E Lf 4, .Zo QE . nr- aj X , L 1 W 32 1 , H -1 5, ,H w 1 n My ' .wi tg' 4 4 .1 W my D5 ' 1 3 . Qu Aw 1 I Q' , -f 1 K Z, 9, 'ff 1, 'U 5 , L . w- :Q v , A ,, y 1 .4 p 1 If ' . In 3,5 ml, 4 L' "' . ' , I ,N fi K .. L, wx , W , N , -,I , N ,N 7 ff ' 4 NJ - F' 'lm fa , ww 'X w ,f X IJ "' X H "wwf E A M1 L' "5 cb r M I E fx ' , ' LJ N 7 ."1 ' ' " 1 ' f A 'I 1 ,1 X un 1 up ' I- . , L. Q f 1 1 QQ' 1 u g s r ,ta Ayr 1 M. my, , , I z , , , 4 I Ll- ' ' F' . rl if Q 'v 'Qu 1 J ' I 9' if ya 4:1 ", H 'S ' , 1 Ja' 1 1 v, 1 1 J ,, 'K' I w 1 W 1 Mu ni' , I 'Qi 1 V, ,J Q Q1 mu H ux ug, :IW v X' Jn H w ,A H! 2 X W wif T ,1 1 ,I ,, if I 14 , fnv ',. , 2 , , f 1 .ng 5' 1 ij ' ,L ' -I . Sf Q +1 L , 1 ue, . 1 ' , Q . I . if X. 3 I 5 F, ,V ,J . x A' x G ' . ! 1 at .f' X if r , 44-F 3 JI 2 Y 14 Hu ', ,., M 1 x ' H 1' I 1 N' N Q 'up' 'X 'H ,uw " nw M 1 Ti 'f F' W K vu K n X It qj X ' ,, I lv Zyl? A . R f' 7 if ,J I ' I '15, '51 'J If 2, ba , K I, ,,5' Qgg .sg -L .Q , fx 'X Q 4- w is X L 1 ll M -Wx . H 1 . 4: F 1 M' '17 ,,,, 2? Q f ri "1 se U: " " X F '1,,1v I we lu, W u " 1' 15, K. N 1 , L 2 ' ff . '? 2? ' , ' :-1.1 K x . ,f 11 ' ' : f . 'f-H, '1 ' W3 W' :ii A 7" ,-Ll: ' 5 F' 22-.if Tv 'H' Q .- .. t -5:1 , Y 7 T ' 5.7-if N v - L ' 1: -' , .. :Q-. ' - .- - ., .K I V N ,, ,S-1 gY wEW' ..Q,I3i9iy?Q1, A -i, . ,i-EIL 1 1 '83 lfFf7.Ti'ff 1 ' , EEN P "-'JY t 'k 555, If n j F?-J 4 -N 1' " X EGU! -Q7 t "mf , L'-A "' W m-V. fw my "T-XJ : 'aff 'gk 5 " L' , .QU -' .I L:-:rf FQ!-: W . ' -1 1 ' 3 ' Q" 1' , A ' ' W' . -E s . N i ' rl 'A , -I fl3F7.' ,Qs ' G4 46 .-"- - .Liv fzff af Y, , ' L 4 A ,Q - ' 'J' -- A QW. " ' 'TZ.'f1' S ' f rw E A. -N A- J- r . "'-' Tv 7" 'Y ' ' . 5 'I Y 5' v. H1441 ww , ',.w L - - Q' 4 1 ' 'J' -. hun -132jVf'f,' ' e ,, ,WM if., ' W K L? 9 1 , , V . X X .H , 1 N I Q -Q num ' ' W fl 1 I WF . r" r' 1 L 1 1. 'NLE i 1, y 17: QTL " ,f K w Wk H ,U 4- N J ff ' ' 1' I ' Y' s 1 vf I4 f 1 ' 'v H ' ., ' T. .J ' K f ' gif 1 X ' -, L fi" A L ' 5' ' ,J 1' N. " fl". " . . , , el- W . in 'E w H, 1 W nf L 1 1 X f- ,w H xv Jw X 33 M4 A X ' v S VF' ' ,a ,J " ' , J 1 1 f rn '. a sv. I P 4? 116 ,al ,l 1 5- , 'N "-. 1' 4 Q r u N 4 1 W 3 . - 1 -,f :P X 4 ,. " "" pf. M A gi '15-1. . EJ 5, Jig . mfJi1', ?f. H I , J Kr X I 1 gy w A 1 A L E m 1 lp H X In ,4 Q :tl ax v nm 1 , i M 1 A K J :' 5 , ny, -. ,mal H 4 N 31 ' 1 Q: , 4 W A , , i9 X I A 1 my ' qt , , ,. J ,, + . L L, , N1 x M , S 1 -Qi K C 1 X .... .,.' . HFZITZ IMOORE O'ROARK YOUNG WISE ALBERT CUBBAGE ANDERON SHARP COOKE HITE HUNDLEY WOLFE KASTNER LEROY LITTLE ' WILSON Wooos SMITH HOLBERT sco'rT SGHROADER OROARK LEE 1 DUNN ALEXANDER WELCH YAGER GREENUP DICKLR cooKE scoTT SCUDDER VOELCKER 5 if , 1571 MN I 4,1 .4 X l L+ 4 l .It n V Founded at Transylvania College. Lexington, Kentucky, 1919 Colors: Turquoise Blue and Silver Flower: Sweet Pea Minnie Lou Bennett Eunice Combs Margaret Combs Mary Adair Dorothy Downing Sadie Farmer Dorothy Cleveland Hattie Jennings Eleanor Bradley Ruth Caywood Virginia Lee Elkins Bela Chapter Eslalzlishefl 1519 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1931 Margaret Marrs Eugene May Class of 1932 Emily Hardin Sara Trumbo Mary Margaret Howes Class ol 19143 Lillian Gooch Agnes Worthington Marianna Lancaster Class of 19311 Mary Lily Grimes Ida Hart Mary Hucldleston Alice Jeanette Wheeler , Nancy Scrugham Sara Louise Seitz Vivian Smith Ann Luxon Mollie Mac Offutt Eleanor Smith Betty Simrall Caroline Vice Mildred Perry Lois Robinson Marjorie Weaver .X Q "f' f ,f N Ax X Hn t x kv ff A K. HART GRIMES ELKINS FARMER DOWNING ADAIR SEITZ SCRUGHAM TRUMBO SMITH OFFUTT HOWES JENNINGS WORTHINGTON - HUDDLESTON WHEELER BRADLEY GOOCH LANCASTER SIMRALL MARRS COMBS VVEAVER ROBINSON Page 1591 X PERRY MAY HARDIN CAYWOOD VICE BENNETT .ffl D X- In ,K Jllpha Gamma Delia Founded at Syracuse, 1904 X Thirty-eight Chapters Colors: Red, Buff and Green Flower: Red a nd Buil' Roses Publication: "Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly" Epsilon. Chapter Establishcrl zoos SORORES IN FACULTATE Marie Barclay Alleen Lemons SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE . M ly ly r Class of 1931 . Henrietta Sherwood Eunice Jane Denton Lucille Stailey f Sarah Jane Wheeler Hazel Baucom I Class ol 1932 Carolin Smith Custard Mary Willis Saunders Elizabeth A. Ewing Mary Alice Bates Marjorie Faulkoner Flossie Ashbrook Charlottee Redman Mary Halley Kerr V Julis Webb Georgianna Weedon Mattie Lee Whitwo1'th Josephine Connelly Marion Pinney Betty Matz Edna Jones Virginia Whithead Class of 1933 Anne Irving, Jane Dyer Sarah Farley Ruth Wehle Class of 19:14 Sue Layton Julis Ocks Sue Rogers Grace Sears Anne Jones Betty Davis Evelyn Grubbs Sally Pence Margaret Cundiif Martha Theobald Guineverre Pitzer Dorothy Gorham Jane Garey Jennie Martin Nell Dishman Alice Penn Dorothy Day Louise Mason 1 Mary Taylor Charlotte Alberts Frances True Brown Mary Ellen Byrd Virginia Pitzer Janette Pugh Mk FP fiff l- , If I ft H L K nu' X! f l 'ji 5 I I, WEHLE DENTON PUGH SHERWOOD CUNDIFF GARY MATZ DYER BAUcoM JONES FAULKNER PENN WHHEHEAD WHEELER GRUBBS W REDMAN LAYTON BROWN DAY MASON AsHBRooK KERR PINNEY WHITWORTH ALBERTS smns IRVING WEEDON WEBB Prrzmm 1611 MK If' 1 f ' .Jllpha Xi Delia ' Founded al, Lombard College. Gnlesburg, Ill., 1893 Forty-Eve Chapters Colors: Double Blue and Gold Flower: Pink Rose Stella Spicer Gilb Mary Vivian Haines Emily Hayes Whitlock Finnell Juliet Galloway Lucille Howerton Marjorie Boggess Eleanor Briggs Piihlicution: "Alpha Xi Delta" . X1 Chapter zssmbzislierz, 1901: SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1931 Hallie Howard Anne Martin Frances Mauzy Class of 1932 Mary Lynn Hudson Margaret Motch Elizabeth Poole Sidney Redmon CIILSS Of 1933 Katherine Drury Class of 1934 Kellena Cole Bettye Tipton Jo Ellen Maxon Anna May Louise Wheeler Dorothy Root Soris Smith Pauline Woodburn Betty Lyon Louise Mitchell I x l V' ,- 'L .7 ' 'ff' 2'Q"2f2'1.'V um. f'fVZf1VF:s:V"'1 Wh. f'V"1f:-FW' Lf1Z11V?Vf2.VV VV V. ,1VfsVqf'-1f'fF-5955: 'EVM WVYV V GVV?-'f Vzfi2,?iw,'.Eg4 'A's'fJ11g'5tf'E"V3':'5lfF'?i:"wfiSJC'3L5-Q,'?1:iXf"Q'f'i-i',"f ?V3'::V5?V2-1.IeV:3527?-Vi wx:-3,C:,5F'f f'nJi,.,V'A 'f3TV.V1fE3i?k5 V 2.5i.m33V?f-iii" iff,-ivikhfff-? V V.VVe,'-V Vfaigigllf-J,f:f5:s. 4.3ff.2fiVxQfiL,. YVV213.-g 'apr 'r' 454 iffy .mi-.L'Qf1,-faq f , f -,Saw Mfr, ' A :H ' ,.-1,-gags. , .V '-V,5fg.::g .E-:gal Sw, "' -" V-1.-gm" - V . ,. .,,,V.Vc , .-.V-V - . V .QV .Pl 4 V. N V -- ..... V . V, ....., , . -.Q-. V ,..-M..-.-... , ....VeV.-.- .. 1V,i'., V 'Va?Eg,1LQS?,?-,,':1" .ff-fk 1465.-. 1V-ag.. VV , .B VV, .:V m,Vf,Vp-Q wx- 'L-"':V V fs, .Viz : Vi . " .Van V' 51VVfV:V5VPyyfi2f ,, ,, V- A -'V ' -.Vg Vw, V+gqg'V,,,,VV.,.-.Vr -V Mwgf-S, QV... -d 3.4g,uV .L V. ...,.,. Y ,,.,s-?f.,jV'1sV,,,5,..V-V V VV. ,V:, -V:-v.g...:.MVVVVr,VV5.5 V .V- ,:,' - "'1,V2:f, V .. gr - .. 15' 2-' ft 'ZIV-11-nj'-'Z -V N" J2:Z5rgezV -. ,f:s:? gV .-,2.V' V -V+-',,,:.zc s,.Lgf.g, V. - 1 V -V.V-'Nt-ye: - . .- -..T Ig--+V ..V- 1 wif. ' , QV.-.--V -V Q. .V V,1l-:WE-V-51 .35 , -- -'-1.-fihf. 35- - :1 H 'V 14. i,'.'v ti 'V V . 51 V. V V 1:5 - : : N 'Z' '--ll CK V -1.1 -,V ., IJ .. ,, V . - r- LVM 'Q wx" VV VV -V V V . . .V V . V V ,V 'V . T i V.V L. -51+-:IVY , A . V j k., , f,Vg51f.fjf- 2.5 VV,- , V V. 1-...Q - V' .- V, V ,, ,, VV Vy -,.Vzaw,f5e , , .Vx ,V+- V,'2. 5' ' V'fV'l "-f-1 "-LPVE' ' f , -VQV ,: 9 -N'ri. i-ri V' V 121-i . ,V hifi:- , Vi . V 4..-,V V VV QV. , 3' V ' .,A.: 5-inf' V if r-if ps " - ng. z A V- 2 -V 'lf-VVakKwV,f "I - give V .,A.. f' a V i ' .-Vzivf 229233. 1, I .awk A ,. 'V .. A Vi' ' YV-?5zE?E 'V -V. - ?ffi351'f" EZ9E"7 Il V.1,"f.' ', 1" V. ri VJHLS1, " Qi ' 5' 7 zfflijft V " 'ZFFVUEP 5113.355 'V ,V5V,a, V1 Q., 35--z V - -7 - , ,QL V 1" ,p.gj,s9x1,i.',9+qV7 K ' :V-,,.,1g::.q -' '-'Visisi:ieie? i" 1.3-:f:-2724:-'xq"'e.. -' C52 -V-'-V'fJ"1.5,Eg.3V: V' fm' '-YQEVLT 221132 Q.AE"'4TlQff'-IEEE... if-'sf gn...-V.V.9IV?E52V1.':PHT'5!'k!i533? 1 4 1,11-x B155-ge ,--.MV 77:-" 56- -VV, ,W , ,W aa-152 ,5 ,F-H1-.r'nia..,:: 56" '. 241. :a:E:s:'E:1,:,e-1. :4 sg: -:-sg-:- 5-A ,L F 1' . V ip: 1 22.17 , V ' 'f V 1, bg, gnflfxf . -VJ ' " ""' -1-V:':1' 1 'z5,.'zVV"' ' - . ,. V f.,V ' : VV,,.f ' , ' -34. , V. V , ' V VV..,p:':f . . '.-: ..,--,637 P .355 - . fp .QV 47. .. 2, b VV f '?1eVEfVV'V 1. Aibi V ' -V ' :'V x V , ' f-, V. Vu:-1 V - - ' V:V :.:V,.V, "gg: S V1 :gf A V V ' . 53535: 53,2 1 YSEEU V 1 6, "5 ' fl" f V' -? f.Jf'V' 'f5+"'V "' ' . .QL- VqV'V-f. fe V 2 2 1 V' V2Qiue,23-V.- E . .V. .. -V in . . . ' f', ' . "T is L- .5' V, -- .fy "-,fe , -V N VBS-912. 'Vg 'M i V-f'1sE,'f5-QV.: ' Hug- '.:' V V fgfgf . QV. f5Zf?fiQV: 'BM V gfr' 5 , jg-:iff VA-V :V V V 'wif' ru. V --"rg-. '-- 1-52. I i V - I , ,, V fb V'-'I' V I wb V H 'i5VVziM4 fm Qiiw V.wf-3215.201 . is V: -- ' 4pQi'f31w-s':',f.E ',,f'-V. Vfsui3,fms.i '- VV. 15:5-fV 5 .. . .,V,.mw..V:?V:V.,-, .2 I ...ww-24 V' --Vfag. : V -' :V 'vim' .'J-'Yi-2- ' ' ,i iff! xiii" ' f V. .V.Vf'3E:'.".1l.ffV1hf5N'L 'V V- f Vfglfpg..-gf',' ,'-xl-asm'- 'm,gZgf?J9f. VV 'Egg-5 , V f. V ' VW . :ff,w1 Av?i?i4Qffg,--LVL '4+I1ff'5? V " J' V VVV V V ,V-1 ff. -V VV V ... V ,- r , 1' ,' - ,V-V-V 11 Ar. ., Vg.. Vivig w- V wi ,y,V5.,Vr3-'gi-VI? MQW , -Q? .V ,, all... ,Q-l V ?iVf'V:VVJf V -ffg,-V'v 1 "1 .rw '-K H1352 V . FJ-'QV'-V. . 32.1 ez' , ' .aV:-,:gV,-3f'g,,- fffig 'ff - V, V Vw,-...4,1 'ful V4 V ve,f23?f21'f?v1'VV '-ei T. 'iii' ' . V, -Ufifzifff Vf-GQ. AL ,Y Ay lm ,bb . ,. Q..,.,, .,.. V ..,.:,V.V4V., ,H .. g...f.-L.-- V VV! '1-9-i"l VV Vgw',3'5f'--- VV-V'fJVV M 1-V-V- Vu V4 XV . fmwsg.. V- ' A 'J 3.-,Wig 1.5 faq: 'j.,L, ,,. V V... . My Tr' V -'2 'I '-A .V I f 15 . ' "'fV"'fTL'N" I. J", - z -V ,4-' V VP'-'af J, "ak s. I 531155513 ': -11: I f f,5f7fi!e!nVVV- ,g5,' v V-VJ:".' jligiwi -V S2 I W' " EEA. .VaV:f'3fV I Esw .wif 2: ft V,'f..V VV , -.Ei?gif:ig,,g q.,3VEi .V V .VVS , ,, H - 5,5 . V1 M V' .V-,Q 1 fj,. M51 15,51j-5,:.:::.5:s,..,5 4:11-gli 'Qfir VN Vga.i".,V'A .Hwy - , VV r,,, 3 , ",,-4' In 2555? ' A, 'mfg . 33,1:+:V V-f:g':d'.-' , '. V1.5 5,'fW'13 -.. ,:2 Q31 V 1" , f, 'W ,-5 , . . I, g- 7 f. ,milky ' -. ,u,?g,5g5f.g::g.V . V 4, .rig 4, 5.3-,VVV V.! , gig gg. 5515. .e i. :ff-1 ,gg V!' f? "i!'.f2v if --RV, 5:-'-551.51 , -'f+V,. V 2,3 V - V , .'.,.' V , '.. -by., - .V - . ,L V ,, ,..z4,:,,' V V.: ,5 -yr . ' gQf2wsfV f1Q my 5, ' VV.: 1 'V V V-V 4- V EVM-"'11'i"1" -fm V ' .pf ,f ' j 'Q 4 ,,, A' . . 1 4 gV Y P ,f I ' ,!,.1y5-irggiffjo. V .Vw W I EA. V "VV N V it f 'gf k'424?Vxii1'VV V ,Scif .VV " 5 V .swf-lVV ,, V ,J-'11f?V1,, '-R95 , -.1545 , VV 3 -' ,V - 1' ' 1, :V V:'q'V 2 W ., .AVV-QV: .',' . .a,V.f'V'VE:-. V ': Q' .gd -af f , 'H VV' V ' V' VVa'V'f? .V V . I iff? TI VV.. .,.,.,., F Y V ,,,j,,. f. - ,,. .9 ,V. V .am-jf' V VVV . J V.... wr Vu mf .EVV JVV ,V .Q-QV ,y,....VV,.. . V X, ,, , .- , . : V ff.. ,F .4 ...H: 7 A, , ,,,. , 'f,V',.V.,,V:,i- QV 321' . V- .-'V-7. Vlffa a? V- V, 125 5 V, Vi, ,gt "1f:.-141'-Vi, V. ' A - ' 'Vg-.V .V ' A , V' QV' '-iJ!'1s' V-5'13'Z15f'. 1V-VVVV.V23-2-'5:?ViYVT:f'. . 1 f -1 V. " Vf , --m1'V- "'VVV-VVV VVV nk M V,VV"VVV.u ' fix-V-.,... N f . " 1244 .gwf'E-if-iii.. ' " , ' QI 'A V -I 1 V -" LV 'V ,. V-.-.V.- V . - V, VV- V V -,V G.. :l,...V:V- . - . 3 -3.4 , - f VV ,V , ','.!1T-.gj ' zigii 'ffiifi if.. 1 . I- V .V Wai' ' - V :3 ' .4 Q V , VVV .V ,,. LV 5 wx V -.QV Ti-.aV ,F , ' V5 V .xg VV :. A V ,V-', .. EA A V - J EV. .1-'J - ' s.'V' ' '- ' v .V fy 5 . - V' V' 4 Vt: 1. . -- r"' " 1 V . .- ' A- u X..'- "VH If - V3 I V.z-JI ' -I-'A -.V N V -f'-' ' ,f y - V V A V-.mv . - gc., V. Vue' -Vw. ,V , , V'-1: .- vVV 1. V . --1-.V XV V- 1-AV V VV 4 VV g. -i' .f.2'VVF "' . L 1 " -- V ,.' S -'-4 J TY?--' ' L :.1-!-512'-fd T", V V ' 'R 'L 'L- w'1,'VVl'I?S ' V- . ' ' H 5,4 I- ' 'TF ' ' 1? - V IV 'SECT ' ' 'Qi-?.!V3',-IV FP? X Win' " ":1,". 5' t?"'f - I If lfivfaa, c V., viii-' , -555555F-T'ZCf.g'1f-iii'-V' VVV'f VE.. I X " 4:12 ' Q ff! -:Sc-V ' ,-' ,-,4,.vgJ.f- -'g!L'.gfl'1V.::-.'Vv',m?rLgPV'. -V' . -Q -, ,-V -Q V. V, QV wit-:LV , . .rf - V1.5 .V ,Vxrzffiif jjnifw, VS. 'fff V - . V 1 . " .M Vf:2fL ., WV -V V ' VVV " ' fffvil 5V iw 5 M V VV V -HZ1'xFV :V- VVVH'f-fV:Vfz?Qf:,. 1 -fV.q.,,:V'5 VV. . . 4.Ng,f?VVf - ' .'...f' ff? V ' VF V- V V i-V is',sW,.' 33.53-glib 1'Ii?:V'V ' I -V 7 'ri Q HAYES HOWARD MARTIN FINN ELL MAXON MAUZY GALLOWAY WHEELER HUDSON LYON ' HOWVERTON BOGGESS COLE HAINES MITCHELL ' SPIOER M WOOD SMI P OOL OT CH BURN TIPTON , .... Mk fl - ii Bela Siqma Cmic T011 Founclocl at, Col 11111 bin, Mo., December. 1888 Twcntyfhve Clmpters Colors: Ruby :md Pink Flower: Richmond and Killa 1'11 ey Rose Publication: "The Urn" .Jllpha Gamma Chapter Estahlishefl, 1926 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE CIILSS of 1.931 Winifrecl Beck Elizabeth McDowell Dorothy Carr Jessie Kendall Anna Mae Sweeney Class of 1932 Winifrecl Beck Kathryn Vogel Margaret Belle Humphries Louise Otterback Lucile Traband class of 1933 Gladys Davenport CZIISS of 1934 Lillian Terbune dk IPage 164 ff a fi X 5 Il + HOOVER 'HUMPHRIES TE DAVENPORT OTTERBACK TR, CARR McDOWELL KEN BECK -I 1.7 'Q Z If Xxx I X 4 Ch' O eqa Founded at the University of Arlcansns, 1895 Seventy-eight. Chapters Colors: Cardinal and Straw Flower: White Carnation Publicrzlionl: "Eleusis' Lambda Alpha Chapter Establislaetl 1914 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Mary Grace Heavenridge Anna Frances Richardson Mary Sydney Hobson Mary Elizabeth Fisher Mary Moore Nash Mary Elizabeth Bryan Mary Russell Wingate Mary Elizabeth Botts Marjorie Mitchell Marian Regginstein Susan Jane Turner Elizabeth Brent Class of 1931 Eleanor Swearingen Elizabeth Thompson Anne Jordan Parker Class of 1932 Carolyn Ray Betty Greaves Carleen Grant Hazel Bryan Class of 1933 Amie O'Rear Jane Givens Gay Loughridge Eleanor Dawson Arva Ray Class of 1934 Martha Lawery Jean Dawson Elizabeth Bond Katherine Kennedy Betty Powell Rodes Roberta Barkley Edythe Reynolds Jane Paynter Drusilla Steele Celeste Thompson Mollie Yocum Price Fisher Lillian McKay Jane Walker 211. A X X RXX X. I N L Hx l i F E. f Q5 KENNEDY SWEARINGEN HEAVENRIDGE THOMPSON RICHARDSON FISHER NASH RAY PARKER BOND REYNOLDS GREAVES BOTTS HOBSON BRYAN BRENT REGINSTETN O'REAR DAWSON GRANT LOUGHRIDGE MCKAY THOMPSON STEELE VVALKER WINGATE RAY YOCUM BRYAN TURNER LAWERY FISHER DAVVSON Page 1671 g X jf ww ,I I W wh' N Z 3 If l l , I ,V I Delia Della Delia Founded at Boston University, 1888 Seventy-one Chapters Colors: Silver and Gold Flower: Pansy Publication.: "The Trident" Della Rho Chapier Esiablislzcd, 1923 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1931 Margaret Howard Mary Armstrong Josephine Weill Mary Susan Flippin Mary Virginia Willis Mary Frances Young Alice Bruner Dorothy Lilleston Dorothy Thompson Martha Holman Margaret Watkins Mary Lewis Austin Dorothy Whitsit Class of 1932 Milly Nelson Phoebe Worth Polly Reese Nancy Layson Class of 1933 Jamie Bright Roberta Potts Class of 1934 Alice Lang Floy Bowling Virginia Brown Ruth Peck Jane Watkins Elizabeth Ratliif 1 Christine Johnson Elizabeth A. Weathers Martha Falconer Martha Adams Anna Mae Lewis Mary E. Brothers Marian Broadhurst Mary Warren Jordan Sara McCampbe1l Katherine Sheriff Virginia Young s sg ' ' R 'L X f -- wk S- K ' f- JN Xxx W nw! K, HOWARD LEWIS JOHNSON NELSON WILLIS BRUNER PECK THOMPSON VVATKINS FALCONER RATLIFF' SHERIFF BOYVLING WATKINS YOUNG BRIGHT HOLIXIAN WHITSITT BROTHERS REESE BROWN LONG BROAD!-IURST JORDAN MCCAMPBELL AUSTIN WEATHERS YOUNG , 1691 Mk ff exe xi XM l M Delia 'Leia Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1902 Fifty-one Chapters Colors: Old Rose and Nile Green Flower: Killa x'11 cy Rose Jllpha Theia Chapier Esmlilishcd, 1922 ,X SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE N I k' N V class-of 11131 " 1 lm M Martha Elizabeth Couty Virginia Rich Ellis Louise Irene Schmitt yi M Florence Elizabeth Ryan , Virginia Bell Dorothy Compton Virginia Collins Gale Elliott r: Class of 1932 Josephine Couty Class oj 1933 Elizabeth Howard Virginia Mills Class of 1934 Helen Fry Mary H. Laythan Kathleen Mills Ida May Shearer Margaret Allen Smoot Maurice Terrill Mary Wieman ' ff:-R g Z AX X 0 5 Xk g x r W, Y N Y xl I . uf I 6 1 W I MILLS SCHINIITT RYAN ELLIS WIEMAN TERRILL HOWARD LAYTHAN 1 MILLS FRY ELLIOTT SMOOT U SHEA RER. COUTY COMPTON COUTY Page 1711 Z! S3 ' n I i u N W., V I V1 Rv X4 fl AV YR 1 Kappa Delia Founded at Virginia State Normal. 1897 Sixty-six Chapters . M Colors: Olive Green and White Flower: White Rose Publication : "Thu Angelus" Epsilon Omeqa Chapter EsluI1lish.e1l, 1910 SORORES IN FACULTATE Gertrude Wade Joy Pride SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 15131 Louisa Bickel Phoebe Dimock Buena Mathis Mary Virginia Hailey Frances Henry Class of 1932 Betty Crawford Justine Cook Anne Thomas Denton Elizabeth Shelby Eaton Bessie Clay Farris Mary Galloway Griniith Margery Hoskins Alice Jane Howes Class of 1933 Dorothy Buckley Hortense Carter Josephine Crowe Mary Prince Fowler Margaret Le Stourgeon Amelia Ligon Myrtle McCoy Opal McGu1Tey Class of 1934 Hazel Nollau Julia Poage Irma Pride Grayce Ross Madlyne Shively Blanche Boswell Margaret Ellis Doris Harell Mary Louise Renaker Mrs. Don B. Forman Ruth Mayes Mary Alice Salyers Virginia Young Alyeene Razor Virginia WTardrop Anne Shropshire Dorothy Virginia Smith Kathryn Williams Betty Young 7 l ,fl LI li lvl uw, N W U ' Q Umgcm ZA R, x S V, S -7--gf.g-f,-15,-5-'fi-fly ' .- ., 14-'u I-7.121 .sv -. 1 N ,: , , . . . .. .. .. ..Y. . T - -- -, , -7- -, Y. - -f -Y.,----wr rv.:-f ,f...fZ'1' ' ' 'agp' ' ' ' " F ' " ' " .. Mgt TTY' ..-'?-ff- -'1,' 1 ', I-Q-A,?,r1-iw' - ' ,J B 1, . - , V "?iXL,,.i,, ., . , . ..+ix?-1,1-S23525:71-9:5 af Q. ,1-', ' .g.'t2.-1'-' X' '--'Q,.'J ,9qf7- --key QL ,,: gal.: 31:51 -l':,.g,,:'f1 , ', MI-'g-I-if-fig-1-AA ' P J-..--rg M? . N LA'2.y' -. L, . - , 5- . '-:-Af-rg--P-Q ' - Lx?x5ag,,-eff ' ,- w , - ."-,3 ' K '11 '- f' . - ,f . fil. ,1l'A:17'- -:f":' -- 'x"" g 'L-U - . ,X '5'?Zf::r. ' 425 Q , 1' - -fiiiffifw ,- H' -- ,',g',-, nv- ,T '.-1.31 J H -nga ' , ' "--fi? -'ink -fi - --'-M15 ,',,, ,- ,T -M, 5 , ., , , - v,?v,Q,i.,. Wg. ,f.- an 1-XCJI -' -3 KRU . fp-fy f 'fe-433 6 M. ,-in ,-1 -- v '- aff N- --' ' -5- - -' 5+ f- -531 V' Y -11. uf ' I1-S-' ' ,- ni M '- ' - - - Nw ,Q " I in ' 4- ' if - . ' .' 1 - k ,, - X ff!! , '2'!fi4f73f -.E I 5' " 11 ' ' K 41 -i .Z- .f'1, Z U ' I wi, - Qing., -Q 'S A. - H -: - - 49 -,-2 : I- n - --,Q sf, L, 'N , , , - 1.02-yr? - - '-.-' " f f- 1:55 , W' Kiwi- E x - -' ' 'U , -:exif ' O -.ff - -- - ' - Z.-1-1--?-1-f. - w- .fff1QQa5'y- f-fgf..-iQ9"f- 1 ,ff -V5 I ,-2'f?,ifZffj'iEi:2 'f '153-1512, " ' ,J .5114-5, mi,-1-'fvf .-1 m- . - -., J- -f K QE'Z:L'f51"?1.nAv-4--f-d':i:-u'-J!---15-'Mfr. .-' . fl --'W-Fv9'.:-rv:--Z--i 1 gg-YM -. , 1- s 31' .- 1 .--in' 5,-'ii'-..:: H' -ff 'L -yu-"if, -- wg- NS' V-'si-"inf -4'--if- "Tw . 5 - ' ,4 I .sf -lf?-ef-f -- -- . M- ff 4 I -.1 .1 , L H, -- -. .--, ,.y .qi ., -paw .. A-, -. L, Q .,.4QEfg-' - - ' . H -. wg.. Talk ri 'fv.ffQ.'s.- zf .' - P, . - 'A 3.55 fling- -- ffkisfw' 'I' ' f 1' . Q,-,g::,5,,g'c ' , -:f3,i-Q, I .4 ,, V' 1 f -.-,Lev-,, - 4,1 'vw ., J -,M L Q, -,Q 1--' -.. -A F'f"ifr-i -K - 2555. W 450' , - 1-'45 , . , 35521. f . -I.-p., , .mf - if- 1 ,- me i- . .- ,- -- ,, Q ri-Q' M ns, ,sea ws- -Qc, , lf 9 4 -.-. -1-'L ,-. f,- - gx-1 -- - --:L -.,,m -.- Q - - .- - Pb V, , 39 ,V-Fig 'v -. ' 5',T'h:f,L.'xa H . ' - - ' .- 'zff gui " ' Ir-: 5, " -' "wif, . QQ ' 'j .4,3k -- fe m-H55 A - , ,m i 5-if Q, .1-E. - -.g-r-4,9 H-. , - M -1 -. 1L,', " ' fi- fd?-'Q f - . ,. .-w:--EL, 1..-' ..-gg? - -- , s, ,,-135135 , rv Y , -- 1-,E - 1.. - . 1- -,La - f- 1-2 1, ,jr -1 5 :FA f.:-14,533 --- - 4.5.1 .r in ,flu -V iwv, f N .5 ,,--fd, -1f,33g,,.,.,gA -Af-23,5 , : -V,5,,,,-A-31 :1 V.-W .h ,V .. Ki-53.14 -,ra -.IF -,, -:J -, - f - ' Aid' -,. --3-, A-..- . - tr! nf , -'ang J --'gtg . ' - -Q N-. -ff.-g1:,,.N- ,A ,-4- fi- -- WEf.if5?'ffi23fP HW-igiI5f.f?Wi-' :1QE5:31 4- 5:1 ff:.??'--'- "':"'-Q1-'f fu'- -fJ A ,,. ' 1-. ,V , 2-gr,--' ,.-- H ,Y 3 -4- --,,',,-f 4-4, Y, .Q .QF I . 13 I, ':',EQI,5E3'f41 - ff- ' L: '-yi-'f A ' LZ-2 ' .Ja -i ' '-' W- ' ff- " ' Ah 1- is -Wir Z- ' 9.'r".'-HI2,' -mf? we .mf-:fb , -- , mmf? Q11-3 , 3 ..v-gig?-,, in - --. ,--, ,:,.. - - ,- - 2 . ,-. r - - -' L" -- ""' w.g:.-',- ' ---' -if---' ' .- .. '- -' , : ' ', fs if f '- J ' :fag 4 . gh ' 5 nip .. ,I Q13 'Er -. -:nf ,t ki ' 'ML '.-J:-1--5" f2i-. Nqjfiliz " ' iii' Effie ' 51255 1-, ,Q -Fg-1...-,3'5T-'-'J' , - 34-,.,-as M521 - -- , ,EQQ 7'f:'- 'W F N1 WN-f3-75:'2 "', f ' :3"57f'3 O Y ' Wmmlgri nv- ' mf it ' FL -x 1 1 iss, 1 ,xf'fa"f' ,Av 'Rd - Q QQ-1 -JL, Ag, - ' " --'-,-www Q -- . . ,-a- . Mn- 45- . J' Q: ,:-.:5.-.J':- H, 1' . . ,,e'!,'-'ff ' 3. .-432'-if!-.5,P'fYy. 4'ew"-ff-??! ... ,, -fm' -:Q-T52 -- L3 17 I Cliff ip'--, .ki 79-PQEVC 5.99-.. .f'f,iQi-WT?-"1 .-fF5it'rfE,f.3rx1 i'?' ',..-'-'Q .-'!SJ'f2ii5jfi-'15'5, -, f ff, 1 .ggxlf-.gl-V 'Ni-Q'-Qf,5g-711:63 if 'O QS7?2QSt1I21-1,f"" f - 'ff -' iff ' , can--12' Til -. ea:1,mw , .- ' 'K-QQ-1.f.fE-, im , 2--,Mi - , ,-! J - i 1-wh ' ' ,-11,3 f , ar f. vw,-'p ,gm ' -gf ,.---v'q--f-+-iZ"5- Fwqw + , ii- vgflkjl sa- - - We w p,-' - 1 -. - - -.yr - :..,r-g 5 --4. J f., ,j-..w.,,yf,- , l Y 1-Lf' is :LF--'!' x..' ,HI wg. . " 1' -'-wi'-' -' is . pf ' 1 -.-:I , -1- - -4'1 " 'fx -J - - j,k,l- 1 - - 54531- 'ig' A Kr . -gg-Q ' ' ,- ,I - , 1 Lil. ' -wie gag: -eg., 4'-gif-' -5 , '-- -if . if , ' W V, , X -, -F-gif-,Q I , "' v,'X "x - -3 gs .ff-Jxlrhjyt y, y , -H ,- - ,X ,---.U L rl-1 H id'-,' E4 K' I f MH? 5555- , - Irff ' A T- -hifi 7JfL'3.- : 'EF W 1 ' ' H W' 'Hx' --, L, W, 1 -rg LZ' - ' --gg., - -.W-fn, ,- -3. 1 V 1-, 'Wi' -' gfJffl:21. , , ' ' ,.f5"'7'j,ggi4 ,' ffjz , , t, . A "Q -'Q'-T 1 '-4 - - S-" f,. - N - f,-' 5 .' ' -:-'fz'!' " ' - 5-if-L - E:ff.T'f-i-M , -5-415-Q64-, f U fE1??,li35:??-5-, 'W 0 Q v ,V A "Q, ' - ,.-,ie I 5- 1 px - , ' H" 'jjyprk Lt, H 7 3,19 ,qv 5, .'f-Lui X Qu' , - E'-113k -- ,4s5"f'x:'Ss-'5'5". ' -Aix-if-L Q5'V22".:!6Z'3LgH -lv 'I 4 5 A -' --55,73 - ,1 I :--- ,f qs,-Q, ag, 4- f.-. , 1,--5 , x ,LH r-kg, -:.v-ffffm'- . - -2, ?,4-f'--- 1-if 'Sli-W - -xs- '.li5 if L"'!,T:'-1-I?-'ga' ' "fP,iQi'TJ5"Z,'-Q?" A ff" ' ' "F-ff'-7 1 55.1 1-7 - 2573? 'A 5f5wf339" '?"F1'1? T-'Zig Z1-i-T1 " "79':?45f,v' - ' F, , I "-.5124 - 1- ii' - - '--'AFA-"1"' 'f - 2 f2f!':?f-A-2' .f nl'-155 'xi rm' X' 'Q'- . 4 .J , gm f , 35. wg . -. , - -H. ' ---4. f 1- 1: 'nf-R fi mi- - GP -:W 54- - P . ,L .Hwy -, ,Q-T1 .-, iq- ,,fu,!- . g - 44 , , , iw' Wig 5? sf. - . M- 'sf-if-2555" .. It .-.- . - JU4- ,,, - -gm, ,, - , , ,L,,H,L- . YY ,. Q X- J: X - --Nm , .-T E: '- i 1f':gy::-.Sy -'W . -. . - . ,., .- ,,.f--U 'Li nil- -. , '+ -P+Q5Lf1 - , 35:16 -,rf flhwigir- I: .- ,V W Qi! L. -I , V1-'ni M3 5273! in K , A-.Magis - , 3: ',:- Aa ig: , nv--1,-., .- , .. --,f -iv' '- i 17 my -r-1 - f.. -vw, J-1'ff'1-gf'-'fi-., J ' -, ,Q -J-1' 4 . Wq-3"-R , I 1.'-L:- Q: x ' P . J gg,-..2-:,5f1'f3r5'gPi-Ali-f , A ' " -'QEZL ,, ,231-'nifffl 'f 1-1 , 'ig ' "'-.4g'?y'uf.iiCEQ 1- "" ',,f"T, - - - L:-gg?-'f"."1i'f?i? A.. . J' . 1" P' ' Aff! '1 I ' 1' -I' r , J' ' 7 W' 5 -' .?1'!:-if ,. 'D A ' 2 .1 :,- ' 'J , ,T,'1' .' ' 1. .. ,-J, ' . z . W", -4, 1. ,-' , J 4 4.,.4fj,Q5 -, f1:.j,:,3"w'.-fr,a5?f- V -,X -- .- awgfifuf' ' hfggim - ,'1 . .. fan, :Jr - "'v..-- " 3 , ' fi , -, -ww. - ' . -v".i-We -1.1 ' ff.-4,111 ' . 4 if x"f:'4: , ' " -E lfiku' K -.gn ' - 1Yf?WE'.,i. -7 -,. Pg, -'f ' f'1gfbi'9f'11Ll" "1 N1W",' ' 5-1 ' . EV-5i?5:::1"' ffl f - A ' ja 'KCLSQJT' , - - , .Q Q,- ,, 1 '- Q-,Z , f ' , 1 '4.gsf,.5i1--99-'fi-' , a11Ef5Q'c'F.S fbi -' 45- ,sw -- 1 ,CHF Wi' -'i 'CL 1 '-',,-- L5f3g1lcE:5,'8-fjifffsii .-,A-gp, -.,-AX 1, , .,,,-A l 1- - H ,g,,-gsgg-.. ,lr 1, ,- -- Y ,-Q-gffL:,,q.-,,1,I,--1 , .5 ,-f',v4.5,14.-It-'LM . - -bf., gg. F , -- ,. ,. Diff .51 -:fr-,f 4 --ii -,.g-.--,-V,-,'.p :.: .t1Rj,,,gLcg, K vw fwf- Y , , flag-. J! - V N cg A ' ,K I " -9"-'?,i-"1-.'.flH 1 , -.,,:M: A f . , " ,.,1:. , -1 . - .' - if 1.1.-,gif-1441, gif-1,5 lj- 1 gk- 4 .-Qlggiggfeikx leaf? -Q? Q' - ' -kfkff?-Tf'JfT57E-fs , ,.--f!1f'f7s5f'21lVa?t14E?3'g qbi- -- T-5 -11-C'ETiF'1f.jIzg-HIL J ffF',f:"Q 52L,Z?5?3?" I HENRY HAILEY DIMOCK VVARDROP EATON MATHIS RENAKER COOK MCCOY YOUNG GRIFFITH FOWLER PRIDE NOLLAU POAGE I-IARELL MUGUFFEY HOSKINS HOWES FARRIS YOUNG WILLIAMS RAZOR SHIVELY CRA 'I , ,,,,,,, W 1.7 X BICKEL ORD WF SALYERS ELLIS S MITH ,fb I I I 1 1 N H W 1 Z if-1 f ,A '4, Kappa Kappa Gamma Founded at Monmouth, Ill. October 13, 1870 Fifty-six Chapters Colors: Light and Dark Blur: Flower: Fleur-do-Lis P'!ll2liCGff0lLZ "The Key" Bela Chi Chapier Established, 1910 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1931 Mary C. Holloway Josephine Blackburn Frances McCand1eSs if Rebecca Van Meter Mary Elizabeth Bryan Mary Powell Elliot Martha Chapman Jane Hamilton ' Allie Bright McAllister Mina Pate Polly Warren Frances Herndon Class of 1932 Georgetta Walker Katherine Smith Annette Newlin Hilda Cooper Jean Barrie Jeanette Perry Nancy D. Lewis Class of 1933 ' Mary Kate Gray Sally Johnston Rebecca Shelby Virginia Duncan Mary Margaret McAllister fl Lalla R. Goodson fl Alice D. McDowell Nell Montgomery Eddie Bradley Stoll Class of 1934 Jane Vaughn Ruth Willis Wylie Willson Lucy Shropshire Myra Smith Emilie Reeves Malinda Bush Frances Ballard Jane Shelby Susan Grover Virginia Hunter Theo Tebbs Jane Calcutt Serelda Bishop Emmy Lou Ford Susan Grover King Montgomery Elizabeth Board Margaret Early Margaret Smith Gladys McAtee Virginia Waddle E A fPaqe 1 l-a yy, - 1'A S 4. O x X TL, X, N ,EN, X N Xi W7 n u P qu- X," 4 FQ TEBBS WARREN I-IOLLOWAY BUSH COOPER VANMETER SMITH WALKER MCCANDLES NEWLIN DUNCAN BRYAN SHELBY ELLIOTT LEWIS CHAPMAN 'GROVER PERRY CALCUTT PATE GRAVES HAMILTON GRAY JOHNSTON MONTGOMERY SHELB Y WILSON VAUGHN WILLIS GOODM'AN MONTGOMERY MCALLISTER BOARD MCATEE WADDEL SMITH SHROPSHIRE EARLY MCALLISTER REEVES SMITH STOLL i L X H, I 1 Qi H 'N 1 XX 17 I 'S .ff E R 1- 2 J- 'Zeia Tau Alpha Founded at Virginia State Normal. 1398 Fifty-folll' Cl'lEL1Jt0l.'S Colors: Turquoise, Blue and Gray Flower: White Violet Publication: "Themis Jllpha Chi Chapier Mae Bryant Ktherine Aufenkamp Georgia Lee Birid Jane Bland Martha Carlton Jacquelline Bull Mary Katherine Crowe Rosamond Briser Helen Carr Helen Glover ESflll7liSfLBd, 1924 SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1931 Mildred Little May Gordon Squires Class of 1932 Nell Mahan Ruby Rodgers Maxine Randolph Class of 1933 Ramona Iliff Dorothy Megown Lois Neal Class of 1934 Alice Moore Alberta Pharis Betty Pohast Dorothy Teegarden Elizabeth Stewart Margaret Scoggan Elizabeth Tutt Mary Lou Yelton Hattie Mae Price Mary Elizabeth Price Muriel Wiss Mary Trisch Elizabeth Whipp Olive Jane Wilburn ZA IZA FL N k IH' I H x fl 1 5 R 5 X LITTLE STEWART SQUIRES BRYANT BLAND MAHAN RODGER AUFENKAMP BIRD RANDOLPH ILIFF PRICE BULL X TUTT WILBURN TEEGARDEN SCOGGAN CARLTON , WISS CARR GLOVER PHARIS POTHAST PRICE YVHTPP TRISCH MEGOWN ,W 1.7 I V .fl ' Z ""' If it Omeqa Beta Pi ! l J Founded :lt University of Illinois, 1919 Eight Clmpters Eta Chapter Established Mrzgf. 25, 1925 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dean W. D. Funkhouser Dr. J. W. Pryor Mr. Charles Barkenbus FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE J 3 OFFICERS ' I L M. L. BARNES . . . . . . President K. HOLMES . . . Vice-President R. WISE . . . . . Secretary J. H. PREWITT . . . . 'I'rea.su1'er MEMBERS Class of 1931 M. L. Barnes Kendall Holmes Charles Palmeter J. D. Hays Andrew Middleton John Prewitt Class of 1932 Woodford Atherton Grifi Morsch Paul Davisson William Hendrick Luther Vaughn John F. Hall William Hubble Robert Wise ' cms of 1933 Horace Miner Horace Lynn I -3 , N YJ' w K X I V 4 ATHER-TON PREWITT PALM HUBBLE VAUGHN MOR WISE LYNN MIN ER I-TAYS MIDDLETON BARN lqgl I P Zzf K N i Jllpha 'Zeta A NATIONAL HONORARY AGRICULTURAL FRATERNITY Founded at Ohio State University, November 4, 1897 Thirty-six Chapters Colors: Mode and Sky Blue Flower: Pink Carimtion Publicntiovzz "Alpha Zeta Quartely' Scovell Chapter Esin.blislLed, 1912 FRATRES IN FACULTATE W1 S. Anderson Z. L. Galloway J. L. Miller C. E. Bortner E. S. Good W. D. Nicholls C. J. Bradley L. J. Horlacher W. E. Proctor , L. C. Brewer N. J. Howard Wayland Rhoads - T. R. Bryant E. M. Johnson George Roberts J. L. Collins P. E. Karraker H. G. Sellards T. P. Cooper J. B. Kelley W. D. Valleau E. N. Fergus E. J. Kinney J. W. Whitehouse W. G. Finn C. A. Mahan George B, Byers J. H. Martin J. F. Freeman ' OFFICERS DUDLEY SMITH ...... . . President WILLIAM G. SURVANT . Secretary W. E. FLORENCE . . Treasurer G. M. HARRIS . . Reporter MEMBERS Frank K. Ball W. B. Collins Floyd Cox J. Given Dye If E. E. Ball W. E. Florence G. M. Harris Ivan Jett Scott McClain Dudley Smith Walter Scott W. G. Survant K. S. Venable C. S. White Yandell Wrather - 2 I I V ,T-eg, 1 gif X - W ,Q ,V V lf. V F V, S ,QV AV .. nf: .,ViV,-5V --. - - - - -- ' ---1--A4 .1--gb - . - 3' 5.--Y'-- 1 -. - - 1' -. . 1. .QP'f3'ifMr-4'-gba. W fi ,AT 1 f - ., .. Y. ,, ' L f .Ma-'IV 4- ', , vw.-.,-rf , - vjf'Q,n'-41. , ' -if-..f-',-Ju-Qsxff-5'-.7345-W-rr-'.,-.'Z,""1p -P A KV. EVJ , L ,VL-.MQ-V.. ,VV ,V, H V M V v U ,KV :win c. , , - ,,:V:..-V13VVL- Vs V g?:fdQVfV,,m V - - - V 1V-,- ,-:V-f V-,V V L .V .V In .SQ - .gpgggm -lgwV.'Vf-ff -V. 5 Q ,V,VV V. Y,,V, . V-,, .A fz.J,gafaw b,LW,,rHWMw y - ,-,f V V .lg 1 ':. V .- f .5 R, N. Q- V -. ,t tf ,fi "ffm mf,-"QA, 1 X V.V V V-., A Rn : Vf .L.. ,Lv .,V, .V L-,V i.,,-- VVVV-VVV-V1L1x- 9551--5L::n.N NV'VV,' VViEqV:-1,3511 ' 1 bf .-,ff ' ' ' " ' ,f ' Rf-ix.. - -I ,.gf2,-rI'Ii'f1 Ai 'Jin-..f.ff"' ' ' . i,f -fm' ..Q:- Q--15135.T,--24555-H'fQ.'f3.:Fg QV M f ,: ' f jf,"X'L' -Q Jg,ff1gg- ,- - -- . 91:45 .'e.-'f-wi.: I V - V . an :VV ,- 5 , Mfg.. ,1-.,i-5, 1 ,, ,, AHZU '- -e ' ....- 2-z , :n V.'1pd-FAM V f 5 V. V S -.LVVVVVV ,vi V., x lf J LV VAV , ,. , '23 5-V,VV2V4Vf ,Hgh '-f-xg? ,. I V V 3, .J + 15.3-sh' , -. , 2qV2sV,41"oig'3 'T' Z- I-"L-' ' -1'?'f..l? '1 r'5"'l'- "Y -.4 ' 'Y --fl Y' Y ffl' X ' X' ' F, ',,'-A ' r -.'-., Ev' Eg'--. - E ly 11- I - 'Z' 1 7' V 1 Q. ,V V V , VV AV.V.V -. fu., . ,V 5 the VV Vi,5,33V,i eq, v 1 -, K. 1 ij- '- -"bf H. ,f X -' -1 , , . , 1 .f,.- 2.151 .1 M" V' 1,5 -33' "T-1 'M X 'T' . 'fgi-'lip' 5 539 T.?-My V- H" ' "'-W"Y-.'5f'f'f211f", V V5 -,. .QU A 'T E., -, V, A-V , V QV.. Fha ii.:-3335 , K. VV 5g W ' V. VV.- '.,- ': ' A . - ' - f 1- ' , - ffl,-K, '-,f-.ff 2 ' -' ' Q.,--TX -1' , Q -5- 5. '19, ' - 1' ' -' .?fQs.-Q . 1. A - U f Q ,j, -m , .1 jfmgg, V- ' Wk ' . --aw ,. ' I wa: 4 ' ,V X V . -,E xf?g',Vw, W--W-5 -'gfgi " ' H ff:-f3i,g.',:,:,. "-' M - -fy - ' , -fx-A 'A . . .J - . -"f 1' Q 'I' H. E-,Ki nz' "' 3, - , ' -5 ,U -. " 5, "- -53Ygg.6jP,.1f Vjgj' ' . Y. ' .' r Q " 'V X -2-rx , if-S59 1.13.5 fwj' ' J . R Xmmf. xv--y-Y, . MA. , H . . Q . . -my . 1.- '.' 5 - - -Mvwr .-- ui N Q- .33 fgg af . - ', , 5- --,1':2.Hi2 .Vf 2 ' H , ' 334- 'x ', , 9 i 'F 2 x , .H " E 'Q if-1 N VE. H V V. V. VH. , V,V VV -,L VV,:V.,Vi?r,VV iv A fg i .' 1 ..-KL- ',+H x' . .113 'africrfu -nfwk' i ,f ' REE' I u- QW? - ' ., ' " " - 2 -"' x v ' M ' - : 1211511 " 1 ,. fl K . --1-,p - if 1 V 1 , - ' 3. in 1 , ' :X - . " - n A '- -' ' " -,-ff-I-55 27.--Lf" w 4.3 K- ,, f,s,g1:--U - ,r H -H,V.:V,y" xv' K 1 - ""Qis.fw!f5nWw W - .l..1-M ,'V1,'.'. gg, 5 , 2 .2 Q .V A . VV .A .V,V,VV VV , , 7- ki X. i --.v2?,'H . . ,VX ' A- V.' jf' Mi, V, "".'f g5',jt -V41 ' i aL ' XyjV:kg?f,frrLgL: w' ' ' . ' . - ,, N- .L Vg K- - -gg Vggmqw 1 , Vi , V . V .,,, I -5 Lf.. . V,,xVi-, E., f . ,M T... 4 , . 7. , . H, AV . V A VV, -qi S.. L' , ' Y 141' , " dun f L V V , V VM? wi. ,i V 1 ' ' - .. AF Y -ww IT . ,w-ap .V . V . g w A .571 ,T , , ., V V u , 'SX' ' - .V ' 71 ' x X , , ,Vk,.5 . 1 , , V j. ':V1V55., X -. If , .N N' -A ' .If ' .- "S " ' 'jg' as ' 'vw ' ""' , V , -2 . 7 V Q H- 'H . -- 'Tr .- K 'iv' 4 y 5,4 N. - 1 . ... ,I V . .... , - ' J , , - . w 'f, 4 -'f ,gig, A if - ' ' Kfe.ff?. V UV- 'qii'X, Af. ' L ' W. , , ' v Y - '- V SURVANT scoTT WRATHER V,. WHITE COLLINS SMITH DYE FLORENCE BALL VENABLE HOXVES 4 l Q g I. D 'V Q" ui' iv, if. E ffie .Y ' .i ' Z' ff' ' -: I P37 , Y 'iv -- N jf: V' . 'wi mxxzi- ,Mi . ZEN, ,mu la X ' '7-flffil. '17 2-'4 5 '2Q.i:9TF3P'3'l?f'-..' 5'iiSl.'6ff?5'Nl"'4:'.1TQ3"F7 - 5 , l , ' 'Q' fi If 6-' . J' . -ef 'li 4' - . ' 1 'ff' ' l I - L5 ' R J FQ' :Jil I .Qi-" Ni , JI lg.. ll A 'f I W' Jigs," . 'lf-ls ' -. jj.. 'f' :,,w3Q 1..j1-figw " P' ' - - I .V ,,"Zl,'.1QH ' vs' 5' FlY:.:,-1 . ' , .71-5,5 -f 1,- '-.fl 'I V- Q'- ii? . -1j.'fegf'f'1, " f.-.5 Wig, I gi if 411131, -, 6.9 flf' My g V Nm V: 31 -L-i9Q:'1-1S..- SE- ..ff:S:-fi.,:ies-'f1.-Siva . ...eil , vm-2' ' --fg' A ':15FPQ?l 'ffii 1-135'-ff"' . .-1:-V - ' J Q.. :sag-g .pg ' .. . e 1- , W I., H ll I .- 9,515-, :lil Ni.. 1 Vx- V l, ::-1, AY, 'J -A Q . A ,Wa at - 5' A . N ,Nw I 'Q' , . - I .J ,., 4,73 , 1-yy., ,wuk . I li '- 1 If .wif - S, l . 4 V, : ,., -,Y -w,1lAl'l,.,- me "assay -,, ,.' n 1, A i STAPLETON ROYSE SMITH KIKEI. KAZANJIAN LONGACRE - ,fl RANDOL WILSON HILLIARD KIRKMAN NAIRIN Y P STONE RUTTENCUTTER JOLLY TERRILL MASON CUNDIFF l I . , l .Alpha Delia Siqma I NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL ADVERTISING FRATERNITY Founded at UniversiLy of Missouri Twenty-six Chapters Colors: Red and White Flower: Crimson Rambler Publication: "The Town Crier" Desha Breckinriclqe Chapier Estalvlisllerl, 1914 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. J. B. Miner. Faculty Advisor Professor Enoch Grehan FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE OFFICERS ALBERT J. KIKEL . . . . . . . President WILLIAM CUNDIFF . . . . Vice-President ALLIE MASON . . . . Treasurer GLENN TERRILL ..... Secretary ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Prof. Enoch Grehan Prof. R. D. McIntyre James Shropshire X D1'. J. B. Miner Prof. E. J. Asher Roy Owsley MEMBERS Frank Stone Ben Stapleton Woodrow Burchett H. P. Kirkman Check Jolly ' Coleman R. Smith William Longacre Gene Royse Bearj Kazaujian Delroy Root Martin R. Wilson J Joe Ruttencutter James Randol I7 l ack Nairin Wialker J. Hilliard 'S IPage 182 i - e y AX l firm , . -Wri- Xia 'iff . nie, swim 1. if , . , 1: 1. A,-,: 1 ' .uf MA. , 5 rw fb .f".' -7' Zi 1 if . A - .I V in f 1' X' N '.gg- -2 xi .4 fu lu. ,iA,i,-A ' ' '-,, ' fy -.-Msg-it -' 1 wiv' 15 ff" Ji- ' ,- "ii" 'V , 3341 1 ' . I I ,IIDIII-I.I W N I 4, ,, I II.,.I,II.,II II I IfI.IgIIIfI, I II -IIII:iI,,I .M ' ' ' ' " Lf", ' F ,f.:f,'K'f ' ' 1 'k'v"v:l1 T .2 -ESV:-Y'.,f' 1 "V,-i"' ' f '- "1 -N' ft if .- . ' f '?ff3ZG:f' , if A lfvflgll' V V will +1 31 ' 1 fi? H ' 1 1 ' R'-'V' -.792-if " or III , , -:II , I ' ,I Q I' I I. l" 5 ,f,'Q1f ' L - A y A'3:7.:n " ' "f " xy 'VY f L -': ' Al.. L' 'WT' , I- . 'lf' Rf-K? "B: 5 vi' 'Y-Var' , ,,. I lb - . -,S-f 'Q Q-lf' :J - . . TU" qi if-' 1 w e I . . II IjIIj,IzfEg5jIII.IIIIII , , . M I I, I 1 II 1 IIfiI1I I ,Ir J 'I+ I II ,Q . .Qt 5 -II,.-,IIIIIIiiQ,53qI1:gf.'I 19:-,f x W I -i:?42fA , , J ' L -sf'-fffljir 2 ,, . z ' We - , , 'A l N 1 L ' ' ' ' " wi- -if f. -w efif-242.-.-' A 'nf -. , ,Y V f I IAI-f-NIQ P-, -QI. 5.7! 3 V II -5 -,A'I,I?I,-f- 1 , My X - . -. . 1 Dfw Pix" J,f'v7-"' .Fine 1-' if' ' , 1 . .,,.-fd' ' R, 1 - 4-A we Q..-eu,1,.. , .. 1 , 6 'r A 'ibm .Q A .1 aifwkw. 'f ' f, itgii,'.,- I V , . I 'ff,,'Q2"1f'Z - ,. if V- B' in ' 4':1":555'ifi.1.' 'I' L- g ' 'Y-.-'U-f"??2"fiX. 35: ii' 'fi II I I IMI ,I :I,5?t1.IIfgIj,-,, 'jf I II"Y'... ,V QQIFI: i5IiSf:iIII, 1 -- - , .. N -- ,., 1' -ig 1, .- 1: , , ,,-N .A-, 1 -- I - I , 1 1 . A , 1 ,'1,,g.I -. gg. , I ,,-hAI,,I. Lf, ' k ,.,, V 'I ' f.-1 '. " f j 7 fr ,gi -1 3:5-' 5 . - .JL-, .21-QL 14 ' ,5-Frmw, i II I.55i'5g1-N I I IE. ,- ..,,. ,f ,,., , .I A . ' 13 ' A wi- M, J it Z" : I I.I , ,, I, A I IV, '5-,EFIQII II . I III.. V " L' .' A , I1 , I' --i,gQil,i if. f 2 'i Tifggsk . - TH: 'F ' " ' 1 .T ' - , Q": . 'L -Nt s y- ' 'Ik W? -, , 4? -, . ' -791.1 --:-2i"?,'f?:'f,.f'A 5-I -1 'Y'v"q 'F ,S " ' J . , M 'Qi 325 1 V 2 1 "asf I ,W-?3f.m 4. sv - ,II.II , I IILIY ,Ik.,Zf,?IIIII 5. ' A J 2n,,fg IIi41':?.4 D, 1 2'- ,.'T'. 1. '. 4 . fq: fi"-tffig,-gf iff w 'wie' N gf if -:K - Y f' A Q' . 1' . - 9 "wi T- Xifleiffix'-. ll " N 'H ki' 'ii' H ff' 355:-H 23I1?IfbII ' . I," II,E',,-"ff?,f'5:,33- ,QI 5lQ15,5I j,4f3Ig:Ifir,1'YjVEF jf gm U fiagg- , .. I ,.,p'31q':-seg ,,,w,,:ga1atsf2, 'Q P, ffrfg. ,. ,f Aefij: !'?',i'1z1.1- WT", .f.:', ef' :Qin-Jizw-,. ,J-f!.'1-'W rQ"f:'-,'E:51"1-fit 'ig trgffg f-A' ,.Qf:.l'g5 .-9' T'-ilif ffl. -Y--1--H' If' 1 'H' --I. -7 if-4 3' N i-N15 ',-M fHn.'f:" 1152"-I.: 'f'5'u.1trilR.1i3f'!sliEfaL:.X11?:i'f,i2ill.'Q':'iaf8lI2fr-g1sii59ifl'31'i'f!C: REDMAN CUNDIFF GOULD J LEWIS KERSLAKE FRYMAN CARR , CARR Ch' D li Ph' NATIONAL HONORARY LITERARY FRATERNITY FOR, WOMEN Founded at University of Tennessee, 1919 Twenty Chapters Colors: Blue and Gold Flower: Pansy Publication: "Cixi Delta Phi Licterzxteur' X' Chapter Established, 1924 SORORES IN FACULTATE Miss Anne Callihan Miss Elizabeth Gay SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE OFFICERS MARGARET CUNDIFF . . . . . . . President NANCY DUKE LEWIS . . . Secretary-Treasu1'er Ruth Bullock Dorothy Carr Katherine Carr Margaret Cundiff Amy Dietrich MEMBERS Evelyn Fryman Marjorie Gould Harriet Kerslake Nancy Duke Lewis Katherine Phelps Page 1831 if X Sydney Redman Lolo Robinson Virginia. Schaeifer Eleanor Swearingen Katherine Wilson X.. I 'l s' uIIIIIIl Della Siqma Pi HONORARY COIVIMERCE FRATERNITY Founded at New York University, November T, 1907 Fifty-two Chapters Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold Flower: Red Rose Eta Chapter Esnmzieherz Novemnev- 7, 1920 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Professor R. D. McIntyre. Faculty Advisor Dr. Frank L. McVey Dr. W. W. Jennings Dean Edward Wiest I M AUSTIN GRESHAM REX ALLISON GLENN PRINCE . r. Colvin Rouse OFFICERS BEN STAPLETON . . Rex Allison W. H. Cundiff Marion Custard John I-Ieiber R. C. Howard John M. Jones MEMBERS Class of 193 1 R. J. Edwards E. O. Morgan W. G. Prince Eugene Royse Class of 1932 Albert Kikel James E. Luckett James P. Todd S. H. Downs . . President . Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer Glenn Weinman Andrew Shaver Keith Pace Eugene Wilson W. H. Young Ben Stapleton ff is lPage 184 ,Hu w 1 u 1 - 'L' KX f ' xgi- :ll S V NX I l 1 I I il - in 5 xx f X E JONES ALLISON ROYSE GRESI-IAM HEIB ER KIKEL X PRINCE MORGAN EDWARDS X STAPLETON CUNDIFF N Page 1851 vo ' w 'H fl V l , l f . f l bf L I , I ' ' vs 5 1 , I ' ' 1 --.2 'f"" ' ., 4 'J l 1 -eu- f - Q .fi . . . ...ilu X ' 4 V , ' .-., I , g I 2919 " 'Q-f-1 l, - , - ,-., I ff.' 44- 4,5 I-vw Q yum rel ' 'U 'Q "" L. "Sw 9 ' ,, " , , f 'Hi-l I A 1 I '17 '1 3 -I I f Q , 1,31 ' --ff-3 If I :ii V' I J ak ,Jw A 5. Y S I' 1 l-r' if A W It I I., :L ,,2. . e-evf , , A e.f1j'il.T.1:- f i:.f',3'-if' ' "4 Exif 'f37"- , ff'Fz7 ' . 5 pl'-' F , H 7 - L- W V t Y V fig xl .: ein. 'T N V w,:em ,Liu . H- .H .f Q L f X , :jf -.j ' 2 'E A I -:fy ' 'jf"': , -'.,,-rx, ":- -.- . ,W ,- , 1 f A ,b t.. - t AA I I I 1 y 1.,.j5!:. I f W 1'm:,igLg2. -W I . ,' if -1 , , t .Q I X' A If ' if-7l'?!f:ftI ' if ,517 f . s L -, I ,fx fi A ' " " 1f"f' A 'ff I N I n L HOOVER ZINC SHAW I ' ' I COLLINS SHFJRIDAN BERRY 'N Eta Siqma Phi NATIONAL HONORARY GREEK AND LATIN FRATERNITY H Founded at University of Chicago, 1924 Twenty Chapters Colors: Royal Purple and Old Gold Flower: Pink Peony Cfau Chapter Iisllcblislmcl May 27, 1927 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dy, T, T, Jones Helen Connell Judge Lyman Challcley Edward Duval Mary West SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE OFFICERS ELIZABETH COLLINS . . . . . . President MAUDE BERRY . . . . Vice-President g MARTHA HALL . . . Secretary EULAH H. SHAW . . Treasurer MEMBERS Willa Belle Hoover . Mary ESU1161' Shridall I Edith Rupard Virginia Shaeifer Annette Zinc ff i lPrlge 186 lx i. I A , :T M i 4 I ,. 5 , ' . ' .- ,Q f- 1. ,fy .- V vffjj gg-K '1 0' . . A .,. A ' XT- sz l ' -A - . , V r, - , lim gg ,, - V: I S.f,,fI:2-21: ffxlfi "mx W '. . :wi-lf! ls' lliiiiil' .. " . ' ' Ll .. A ' 1 'r r- :' '?"l'. W" . ' l, ' , f. wx in - , - ' N: ff: 1' 1 ' ' .L 'f ,'f1w,'71'If 'KLZ' 1 A . ' ' M! fd? K 2 f 'e- ' - 1 1 N. ., if. r -.V .P V f, V 1, 'i-:'1 Y ' , ',J'-'.- 1 . - 15-,.,,.,, . ,, . A , .,1E,vf. f u.- Y ,FF , . 25. , ' 1 , l, , l H l fs... gg FH 'L M3 gf -'X-+4Hif'H v -- w W .' . - if ' 1 , , 'H . ,:.:.:.:.f.f:,-fvl - A vfe..l- W 3: ll .' of f 5.11-.1 H - f - 1' 5 ' fe .. r l'i firg'-.': . ' 'bfif ,I.5f "fl.'-. 7-,:"'r'. i ,f7v..'..77ii nr.: 55 L. ,Li 18 -1 p , "- :X px 1. Z- -az'-. fn-'lpn X. .. '-1, " ' r. , . - f. ,, ,, ,.-V ,,1., , 1 ' ff.-:-:-, - . ,:.-, ., ,-.:'L,1. .1. 2 . gg., , I ' , .j "'45.1'w ,-514 I .92 .gr Nw.. 4 ' .'..fll?..i5i1-S?Zf-3 51.52 ' l -Q l f f ' 'T if-Wy. 'W e53."5'-V ffiel ' ' '1..."l'l"""' 'Nf f f ' nil . ' Il ! 1-,.'?.i'Q.,,,,,. f ,iff ' ffii l Q1-Z' , .,.f,.'Lifi,,, ' "lf ,Q ' 'lab-T .' . , , is 1 w,,f V4-13, 2. 1 l 3" W .f1A1Yfsg'. .' I. 1 flfifngf N 3 . 1-. 'fi' ,, ,i W1 u. J'.'f?L , O.-:ff..ii2f -12" 5 T A . T Af. 3 .naw ,.-Q 5 nfl'-,xg ,,A.',giU ., ,W 11, . ,. N uw W, Z. v X 1 g ii. -lfQsbg,,l,.,i.m3 V :.:zf11-ff 1,-A: ' - 1 xv. :ls Q. f' f -4 -f .mf.z:::Q:., 'H 1" " ' v 2- -fl-,A fg,zS'-,r,.,.?-.W-V ' V. . 'G' 'f.A.'.,.f 'L' ' H" ' . . 4 -,a'2'Lv'-.'1f.:'Q3g ' 1 -r:0.w-41-LII 1 'P as . M-' ' --' -' - 'Mu , + 'L , - dv , -:A - f.'- -- P 6.11. 'A " 'I' f ' ' ,li rf V - -' ' Y JZY4' -I-'fl '--,y'.if- J-. " ,-,..,lJ.' ' A 5:-,JA -:Ar jf, 1 ' 5 - , 2 54. 3' ,, "2 , ' - Hg: v bug Sfmt .,-.gg-,4-f'- 5-flfvifx .Y 1 .2 Ll - l.,,o Q '5'5F'2"i" i' ' T- .. -ff? N . ,:f-l' f 'Q3f!: -X. . fx ,ff,?!.'... .lj X -ll5jl.J!j',!'lMM1m . : aj ax H .J,..1.L .. W...-au X '-i: . ,gr V ,, In .. w . MW uf l E 1. .,, .V -. .A ., , ,, .f .f -. 7 .az . -fax. . . v- L . A ' Aff- 3'-'1 .V .. A J ., 1 J- -K , ff pg..-1 - 3, W :f ,..: , W . -f-:--- . f ff E . V Q - V - ,.:.-A M E ,. .f xx V: 23, r . .,... .V ' f ' g "f ' Q, "kf."!qfy5, ., A 9 fi' 34 " ,A k-',42flk?fHf- - H ' .rl if - -N. 1-, 1,-,,,l 4 gyf-wif-.4f.,-vw. '1 1 . - x-,WA or-f-ff-l.m.9?.. K f .-.J '.. we - 1 H: . fn' 4r5'.,v'-gig. Img uf -,yi g 1' 53.-fJE,..' M 5g.+yE ,,.'- ' 'z' -K, ' A ll ' ii ' fi ff, f, .f.-.fs-'1'.:5JQ, 1. ff 'f-5 'g ,.,.-5.5:--av fri, if --5-,fig a-,g+'-Rasa! i f v 2' . l'wftffaq'K?i1'T .733 .Qf'f:,3fQJf: -fiffffiigika'-2,5,12.-JSE-f'if--3',"7Ff'qSE' ' 1 ' E4 J. , L ' ' . ,f41'm91l'1x3:2 ,l1'v.'v' Q".-5 I f'-3' .-'W A345 '4:- N wtf? , QV,-.'-iwifl' . 3' " . - .1 ' J:-Yf'E.'f . T' 12--1-f fir'--Q' -.'2f2w:'3'1 if jF1J1'P',g:2?i s fa?-'-31 '.. 4 ii 'HL Lag, 'ff'.i"'f,'13f'i 115 lit 'Tig ,- ?K"?',111J3'f5"fff 2Q5'- -E, 'ff-E???J'-E f ,:3?.'T!-,-' -W" . ' ' ' ' ' W ', w.fg1gj1M.gf:f e15Y"z?g3.Q Lay.-,,ffg'35Sz?g3g'c5liFsl2f-ff We M. l "W . . . V ' LM, ' kfiiplffiffl2lH5"?L':5w2.v..', iw, .fi-Qifz?f:'.a'5z5w-z,T 744g., .. WSJ f,,gAgyg.mliQ-A,-g?f9Q.4g45'-.,: :.Q..-1 X? f- -5.4 qcgigwfipm-x'r-Rs3qJg':55-l,-F 5l,,'1.Q,?a-ggi' I ' w . --.H-f--f sf- Vffffi- 5--f A ' .fan -ubuz.,-:f2 .-ge' - ' - w 'flfgfiifii if Eafffff a 1-I 9:-E O -vi ' ALLISON YOUNG SENFF' MURPHY I nf FORQUER DAY STOFFEL WILSON OWENS if Lamp and Cross Founded nt University of Kentucky, 1904 WILLIAM YOUNG JAMES WILSON 'HARRY DAY Rex Allison N Jake Bronston Harry Day l ,N OFFICERS MEMBERS L. G. Forquer John Murphy Cabel Owens Earl Senff . A . President Vice-President Secretary Al Stoffel James Wilson William Young' 1.71 3 fgfhbi NX L -, off", 1' -I-Y ' 1 - . 1 -K fi:--H -- V -A A . ,YY I - 'ff , I I l I ji PHELPS MEACHAM SCRUGHAM . 3 HAILEY BICKEL McDOWELL MATHIS BRYANT ELLIS YOUNG HOLLIDAY CUNDIFF NATIONAL HONORARY FOR SENIOR WOMEN Founded at Syracuse University, February. 1918 Thirty-one Chapters Colors: Gold and Silver Flower! Red Rose PulJlicaliun,: "Mortar Board Quarterly" SORORES IN FACULTATE Miss Sara Blandinyz Miss Ann Callihan Miss Ma1',fzaret King OFFICERS ' MARY VIRGINIA HAILEY . . . . . President NANCY SCRUGHAM . Vice-President KATHERINE PHELPS . . Secretary BUENA MATHIS . . . . Treasurer N MAE BRYANT . . . Historian MEMBERS Louisa Bickel Margaret Cundiff Virginia. Ellis Frances Holliday Mary Louise McDowell Imogene Young Lillian Combs Meacham fl H , S ffl! ""'X I l , I , - l ' HUNDLEY JOHNSTON JACKSON V, KIKEL VENN HOLMES CARRINGTON H Lances HONORARY JUNIOR ORGANIZATION JOHN VENN, President MEMBERS y Butler Carrington Theo. Cassidy Kendeil Holmes Ralph Gaines John Huntley Hugh Jackson Duke Johnston Albert Kikel i Page 1891 A Melvin Moore John Noonan Robert Tucker John Venn V I W4 ,rf 1 If L4 W w V il Omicron Delia Kappa fb l I Founded at Wasliingnon and Lee Uiiiversity. December 3, 1914 Twenlvy-four Chapters Colors: Navy Blue and White Puhlirrmfiovi: "The Circle" Nu Circle Estr1l1IishL'ri May 4, 1925 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Pres. Frank L. McVey Prof. L. C. Robinson G. C. Bassett Dean C. R. Melcher L. J. Horlacher W. F. Galloway W. D. Funkhouser R. D. McIntyre Joseph Palmer CAREY SPICER . BEN HARRISON HOWARD WILLIAMS A. S. Augustus Jimmy May Ben Harrison James Chapman Gordon B. Finley R. D. McIntyre. Faculty Advisor FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE OFFICERS ' MEMBERS Bill Young Carey Spicer Paul McB1'aye1' Rex Allison Louis S. Peyton MK. . . . President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer L. G. Forquer Jack McGurk Stanley Milward Howard Williams VI. D. Trott if il 5 U I l A x lPage 190 Hx .ff , i N Na JP rl " I N I l N U N ALLISON YOUNG HARRISON . FORQUER PEYTON FINLEY WILLIAMS ox-IAPMAN .-xUcsUs'1-Us V M GURK ' ofrfr Pg ,91, M Z -Q l 1 45 ff X x K PW 'sw ' Q, V,-.,,g.egg',,1. I. 5.1 "j7wZ3,! S ,i m , ' gf?-.1f,.f our , , Ma: U 14. T ...gn ' i V1 lfflvv, . ,E V. is-1: .ix 1 lk 3 ' 1' . 'HB' M 4351! H I" 'f.g: jg' I V I , ' ' "r g, , 2 1 ' -- ' wg , I ,I .Q .I V . Y , , I, ff 1, 411. Z-L. 'i V A A 5 ' M ' V I ' :Y " Shu ' -1- 'Ts :iff - Y , if. if- x 'T .Juan Q -A :EEK H .1 ...I Y Y .. A , rl -I ..4,, E ' .:.T1f,"f.?d?Fi ' y"'.f f ' - ' J '1.,1" f W - 1 '- if ,-f ' 2 211 w f ' .3i. ,. 'ig' 419:.,J'i' Q -H sc . 1 - H 33:1-E11 if 959 - W 1' ' if " - ' 'W' " I 'lf"'-H7 .f ,' ti' ' A I- - f ' . 'Z' ' ' , TQ I.: . , E, ,X , Ml w ':j. .FV lg!! ggiv f Q.. ij., ' fam 'WX . H, 1 mfg A wx" H -L - V 4 ,. l 1. M A .. .- img? X W5 . 55 . A. . AJ J I wr tiff, Vx, , H W " f ,S F 1' I , ff. V Y- .- ' X ,f , 1 " 1' 2 "' -J F 4. E3 -..:'i-' U ...J if v if w wis rf - V .4 ,N Q - , 2 w !f'. HELM WATTS WILLIAM R. I-IUMBER . HUMBER MORRIS O'ROAR.K WOODBURY GOODMAN WHEELER s Keqs OFFCERS . . President . . Vice-President THORNTON HELNI , . LEO K. BROECKER . . . S William R.. Thorton He H. H. Morri ecretary-Treasurer MEMBERS b Joseph O'Roark Baron Woodbury Hum er lm Charles Goodman John Watts s Robert Wheeler Peyton Ellis Y ,...- ,.-.f- He- div...-v . .v--fl V+ -f--- N--n ng - 1 ' :- N l H 4 l l E f' l f l Page 1931 1 A i f r w l DUVALL CLEVELAND SUMMERS BAGWELL FRYE CARUSO FIKE Phi Della Phi 'l '1 LEGAL FRATENITY Founded at University of Michigan. November 22, X869 Fifty-t1'Il'CrE CIIHDLETS C'oIo'rs.' Wine and Pearl Blue Fl0w1:r.' JIICCIUEIIIIIIOB Rose KING FIKE Publication' "The Brief" Breckinriclqe Inn ESCa.bZislI.!'d 1925 FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE OFFICERS WILBUR G. FRYE . . . E. D. DUVALL . J. H. CLEVELAND . . " J. C. BAGWELL . . Q F. 1. Caruso W. G. Frye J. C.. .Bagwell CHARLES REIDEN GER . MEMBERS Class of 1931 E. D. Duvall Charles Reidenger Class of 1931 H .H. Broadhurst Charles Summers MN . Magister . . Clerk . Reporter . Gladiator Historian Tribune King Fike J. H. Cleveland Lon Rogers 1 1 ' ,V -. "1 V ,N . ' A -1 . , :-1 .-.5 v .Lg-, - Q. 3. , -,,,- f 5 . 1 , - wh vf'-.- .-sag-.1 V. V K 'MAS V. ,I S.,-V Z-ri., 1 A .Qu if-If V' F .gf 15. . 'V 14 .N -...FL . A -V . '. V ,uri 'l-' ' J'--1 :Vg ' .:Q'V1 V- J 5 33.54 3 V' V' lr- -' -'-V.,,, Q: 'V '31i5f""iq V 2Z'f-.,'V- If V "'-.V QL' f--ii -11 'Lf . xV?l,lf"-- 'fshx 15? Q-err -- Vx., . uf. . .-,rzf',,. ,, 94. AV-...V . 'ke 533411 EQLQ' ' 49-Cf-'Q 'f lfffrq' if V,r5-Je?fuf-Q-A '1 'ggfef?i'i3'-1' f' i - ry W ' V-Vil. 1 ' V---. f 'V ' ' ' 2 "" VV A 31? l if , VZ - ' IV' f'F"f' Wl "- 2' ' 11' W ' , -V V -' ,N -'.' -, ?Q.jiigvwl,- A , V V Hi ' . i " '. Q15 ,' V .-P51 'w 531221 N ' l V 'J '. ., V -Y f'.,.w.,f4-.V -' ir' I -V 3 - A .fps-gl . ' V . wil . ' ef :E X 4 Q ef 4 ww-'1,L - 5 freggrvex, V:Jg7f:?,,I, r ' M f f,-lf 441 2 ' 3 ' V .A V A rf ' lungs- ff: 5 l 3' .me Adi ' - ' 'K ,Chef by l 1 4-.. -Q. . V- ., -.1 i .:,V,,,... . v ance-V,t5. ,,, v X, :Ag :+': , 1 - V .-G? .V-V, :Q -1 4. ' :,- Jll,V.V. q:.,---'-V'gg.,V'A.'1 . -L' -f. J qv A ' , If w.. Ti?-in - A' V 'iigffi-Fall .,1..jggd,- l' -FSE VV- il'-INQS x, if-rV:':'Ve "1"VVVV'?f '-rwrafurv:eV.Vf-ew :V .V ' Q--Pai-if .hir-f N . .:,. Y5,A,,Lg M,-vu ,A.f,,V h,-V,V wp' -. Vp-.. f- -' , gg' .-MCJV. I AL :Sn Lrixffi for wear'elf'-Vfo'f:t.:f11w - V " :EV .2 -i I-9" V'-rzilwr 'K - .V ,Vi-1 Tim '1,'V.g55!f5?,-. Aaiiflfyflmz 3V A VSQfE3f?,,,??22.,f:. aj.. x L f'f!gfmVT.Vf1me: -V wfirm'-5:Vf"'l.V+V5' ' l writ-' , li- -5.9 .J ,...:'fi'45Z1fvQ1'gl51 J:Wg.f'K'Yffi-i'T"?1Z'fV52SEf 'f:'5fi1 ,f-1 -- V V.- 7,if1fA2--'V V1 A VV n- ,:",ai5Qy',ffd..we19-QE' ' .V 1'??V'!2k'l1'zV'f2F1Q1 - ' ,qu -'Egfr if -: P-.'v3-.lH"1:y 4-Lmi' 331-eel., 1:-.-gkiz-ax--y V 1' ff, .- -wie, We ..,......- is-.5 1 -V53 , - r 'Ref -,Niw..l5i -, .1 'fdfff if fil""4rIi'iF5, K f ' 3 " '- 'VA1'-5 5: 7 'l fe' Fl? 'Vi' E2 i' V 1agQ'Xl'3i53!r'.VlA' ' - 'V EY f5if"':i3?all14iI5?fEaFgf?fQ?i- ' A":"ff 'f1'TtLfVfi r .V ' 5' ' in iii ' .Lji 4 ,.f.. .,-L.. . 1 , r . V V-1 f' ' ?'r'L"V f.--' J'-Y, iflzifi VV L - f '::'- - ,wfftlff-2? 45. , J V, fel 5.,,"!9.f 'V."faE114 X f J .- 'f':1,? I V " ff' '3-95. 'P' . :T-"-M' V "f,f'., - - SV iff ' V V mr:-f fVV',,'. A ., . ff.-Q .V -:ggi fl i ' g l 1 - 5-'f'5"'YI2'f. V-.W ' 11.116 V A Aff: . 'f J ' ' A Kia? 1 up V pri.. V, .V 5. iggifgxnggiggggf554'fr 'jpg I an :VC r pg .11 .y H L, 5 - 5:"Vvg-::j.,'- fp- -- Q- V Fjlffg: J, 3 4 315 Q up 5 2,11 ei ' ' ge. , iff . -':V'o1,kyL.- .2 A -'5 ,1'V 'y .f f-.Z-. -' -Q--il , '. "f V ef f V-f '-Sl ,Wi-Q-V V' 'Pie ' V'i75?2..-' '.fT.f,- Q ' 5' ---L. sg: -- i 4:1'f:ffl1f'1V V. 'V - "VN, f f ' ,VV 1535-' A V ":. V' " ff iH:'f7'l V5 f' Q 'A ' V"'J. es' ' " fr' V if 2 M e.PY'h"A' Sw Q' li ', 1 . .Til - - -i 5- - 1' A V , lf - 4- .zijn-J ,QA-A..,V55V L- -Apq,l3'1 .w ,, . f., V V V V -i :,.- V 1- xr: 4 'V v '- ' ,V.. ' ', 1 4?-Vg,,.'f1 ' I V .'455:h E " Qi 4' :Ee V ., Q..-T M i.aAJ.C9fIi5f5gy- ,- x ff fi: P 1 fi f A, V, ,ig ,r . V . - '.1'13.Ivl3ifj5Ij ROYSE SENFF' LYN E MICHEL ' 1 2547 in3,',if-' BOGARDUS RAND FORMAN DU MCGURK ADCOCK Phi mu Alpha NATIONAL HONORARY MUSICAL FRATERNITY Founded at New England Conservatory of Music, 1898 Forty-four Chapters Colors: Red, Black and Gold Publication: "The Slnfouianu Jllpha Gamma Chapter Eslublislzerl 1922 FRATRES IN FACULTATE Carl A. Lmnpert Dudley South C. A. Robinson Roy E. Jarman Elmer Sulzcr FRATRES IN URBE G. C. Dickerson V. G. Rowbotlmm FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE OFFICERS FRYE YOUNG HUGH ADCOCK .... President EARL MICHEL . . . Secretary ELDEN DURAND , . . Vice-President EDWARD BARLOW . Treasurer WILLIAM ARDERY ...... Historian -,IVIEMBERS Class of 1931 Hugh Adcock Elden Durand Earl Michel Edward Barlow Edgar Bagshaw David Welch Louis Friedman Joe Conley Wilbur Frye Eugenie Royse Duvid Young Beryl Bogardus CIUVSS of 1932 Herb Schaeilin Joe McGurk William Ardery Norman Hninsey John Stevenson Max Kerr John Buskie Claude Wnlkcr Earl King Senfl Wiley Forman Kern Patterson Gayle Hannon James Lyne Jouett McDowell Eugene Wilson Hendon Blades fb iv I A lp ll ix, ha N l l l I , Mkx lPage 194 1 Y W l X Hx ri i W H M A ex ,4- l HAMBY SCRUGHAM CULTON Moomss BENNETT GILLESPIE HONORARY PROFESSIONAL HOME ECONOMICS SORORITY Founded at University of Minnesota, February, 1909 Colors: Yellow and White Flower: Violet loia Chapier, llmversiiq of Keniuckq Establislicfl, 1923 Class of 1931 A Minnie Lou Bennett Anna Culton Vivian Smith Nancy Scrugham cum of 1932 Mary Hood Gillespie Eudenah Hamby Laura Prewitt Moores OFFICERS ANNA CULTON .... . . . . . President VIVIAN SMITH . . . . . Vice-President EUDENAH HAMBY . . . Secretary LAURA MOORES ..... Treasurer FACULTY Statie Erikson Marie Barkley Lilly Kohl x Page AF i V I O .Jllpha Chi Siqma NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL CHEMISTRY FRA'1'ER.NITY Founded at University of Wisconsin, 1902 Forty-seven Collegiate Chapters Sixteen Professional Chapters Color: Prussian Blue and Chrome Yellow Flower: Red Carnation .Jllpha Gamma Chapter Established 1917 OFFICERS JOHN S. SPRAGUE . . . . . . . President C. K. CAIN . . . . Vice President MARVIN DUNN . . . Recorder HENRY T. POLK . . . Reporter BURGESS MASON . Treasurer FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. M. Hume Bedford Prof. M. W. Beebe Dr. Chas. Barkenbus Dr. J. S. McHargue Dr. F. E. Tuttle Dr. A. M. Peter Mr. T. C. Sherwood GRADUATE MEMBERS Marvin Baker Don B. Forman Burgess Mason Nelson Boyd C. K. Cain Phillip Clements R. J. Austin M. C. Darnell J. M. Herndon Robert Baker M. H. Filson Class of 1931 Chas. E. Morrell David Young Henry T. Polk Cluss of 1932 Ed. Cross Marvin Dunn Bruce Farquhar Kendall Holmes PLEDGES ThOIl1aS House W. R. Meredith Philip Orem Mr. J. LeRoy Keffer Mr. Wayne Keller Mr. J. R. Mitchell Hal Houston John S. Sprague Harold Williamson Travis Pugh T. L. Smith Robert Wise Granville J. O'Roark J. R. Todd J .R. Vannoy Wiliam L. Webb jk 1 .f ,l l N l l IPage 196 A ...X S xg , , ,,,.- X Mmjmrfft-'V 'V 'V' T T511 1" Af . ' 153.5 sf' .2 E4 fr 5.'H2?gZf"' DI ' ' V .'.. r . 5 V 1 -si .. - - , ' L 'f-. +. '--35...'ul-V2,:':1-,zff-'f y-zz:-fi ?- V -4 -- :,L'l'1T-': H+: V: 1 Vim.-. . . -'.V V- . a-- ae'-V.-:cf '.5,'2'V:+fV'V.'fVQ:'-1?Sf'tfz'E.'f1'V-in - '.VN313-'5:J.VVf+Q:fzg.?ip1-dqf . I . , H' . .- .. V ', ' J". .jf V-' .V , Tx. V '-- 'V2gf'1,' 1" -V-425 'E'I.'2:: '71-'E V. 'L ' ii: '. .9'SV:LV?1-' '.f-6-.ir-35ii1:"f1m -3- V V. .. .Vu. V ... . V.r,5"., VV .. ,,,,.,g. . , V, . . . -NJ. ..-VV-..-Vf. 1 ,-.-Vw.. .,+,--VV,gV . , : - vV -- 79,-h'.:-SVP V4:5.-..s.Vs-'- V' " .: P 'I f 1--': 'Vs'-V VV- JET" ' ii? ""2'f'f1i"'iff-' 'VU f'?":'?-Big? . f L'..'9VVf: V "1 235.-""f2g""V5' l'.'1" VE!fVQf"fw. .. "WL '."'.!P" 3'5'5P.Vf' '-E Af' Vis.. WVU W 1. .A--'j.2jB-5, VE..E..?E. 'A - U3 ' ' Lew -7 -V .VV f -Q-WV.. VV V V.-V. N -V QV wf . V. WV, g.VV,V ,- .151 '. .. 'Va . - ' . w Ln7'5:1 QV- N -3 ' 'n , au' 'Q 2 . .WY f'-'N TY.. V ' .f1:.:. ' ' ff' 1:.'e'.""y' .,,-. f-,J st. - . ..V'. , If 1,-'fm V-ag? f- -V V . V .V ,al--51?-'5 2.216 Q V , - .r V+ - V - I'lV'V.'Ve v.--.Q :.VVk. . 2 1' L- V -V . -V " - 1' V-. . ' X-1---. V hr- V ' 1 5'--xr' .V -- '- V ' .V .V I-' Ev-5.2. jg Vi- .1-I - A. 'r. '. Vg V, ,1:V3g'-QQVV-Vw..-. ,y , 1- Af Eg 3' 73,-f:Jg,g5 ' -:Y . B- .f .Qs -T ,j, ,. Hif,-:,!Uh" "Eff-54. 1'1" "' 1 .1 11- ' -' - j5QjgqT'fV'lfQ ."Y.l-' 3 1 '-wif . . VJ I 42-TQV QV V ' V '- 'I' " V' 2 V' . 1" 4-M 1 ' J, .:f',..,f ' 2 f rw , . f,-.'--VV-" ,An :ggi '. ,. ... z. .-55151, 4' 1 ' .-s"f'.:s5ff' 'V- -V-2 1.11: 'e " . ' - fiffffx 5 '!5.,f 1 11. 5-Eng,-V . W ...J fqhg -4. Qifwffpg "1?fVEz?y, svgzxxi - 4 V211 'Il-'Vg..'.:' -,.g.-V',- 'ag 'T:-.V-354--1-V:-2.5.12-gg':gf-E-.1:,a.2V2fV1i-ji1 'i53fiE1.w2Eg - .V V"Er',f1. Vf'5-ff :jfl . fi 9 'ifffEfL2,4ZfV+1f,f':'V f'if1L'7 I ..VV,f-V ' . V ' , 'V.5yV, V s' 5.-.V . '- . V 'Le H- if ' M , I ' g'5Vh2afajfLgV M V VSV fi? '-V-'di-Vif' V' 'ff' -ca Q. V, V 'V. -V R-V 15 ifh. Ju. ff .-J -I'-1 ..2..,'114.'f V ,L , 3 -,-H.. vi- ' -ID' li? ,:-.Ji , Q .LZ ,sf -fir' . V- ' V,-V . 11. 3--:, ', ,. 5-V..'::, QQ: , -L , .f-.T .: ,Q-V-4-,VV "25gh5.5.iE 1- M' -.Tw " a VZVVEQ . I wa- '--E I. Q.. f vgffplgf ' , II,4-V-Vi-ifiggggf. 'I 'L'- -VZ'.V, V"'i'... V1f.".'," -'V L-1. ,F " .gat .Vg -'-7, 1 -QV ff FP? . ug- S, '? JS..-f - .fi f-.. '-1--1 V. -V-VV: ,V.g1s,,,j5:. 'La' - 'V Ugfgi-L .42 -- f jg if 1' '. e. 1. ' N, .Q -"-" 'VB-','.i1'V 1.-fv'f?.L:, ' ? -.r:"f'- rf: -H. V Y -V .V -.Ci-17 --f fm-ww:-Q . ' -- - V" Vw! 'W -1 fl-.V H "Rf 'V 1V V,. "':f5--2'-.,-k ' -' f .V V-tiff! f'-'V:1,1.f.m V- 1 fi... 1-r ':-,, -L V. X -1-.if H131 . . . -'1V: iff. .Vi-1'V'+:VV-23V-A+... ? :QQ Wafwt W? ...Fu V -- I VJ. SQA-. z gy W-wx-V,-, -- ,. .31 v-i. w 11 I .gy . - -,3u,'gV:'V-.-,uffnvh . , ii Hz. . :..1f.g'5V, -,F--2V.,,qJ2fi1.J5:5j V ,,V, ':.V',.-V'1,4VA?M,..---1-'ffm1 w,,,,,..g1...v,,f g,,V-.Ip-, ,gg ,vs V .Aw ,ff.f.-V-z..Irg.,.. , 191, .V V . -.-I-V-,V ,.--I. V. - .V..VV..g.... U., .. ... f. .. F1-V Q.. .qu M 1. .. 'VV'l-.V .. iv"-Y-:V ' -.-'JV-V 1. ff. zS-.Pf,T--f- .V ""'CiV-rc Fl'-"fV11h'V' ' V - V T44-, .VV-riff " JV'-.1 V ...zinc-iw ' wiv' "J--5"- ,'g.g,1iPtS!,jffm:-if--1-,V71!.. .191-' -L - .K-.1 1. nay. -X W.,---VV V,V ,fm-' '-VI? ,:a':v:'V .:-417-V.J - QFVQ' . -' ..fwV- f . - ,.'-VV-Vfw::.:f-. , .mv fQ-'1- 'J . 'sf 1. 1 V-4.-.fffxyvf V,-:lv -V..VL..Vf.i, , V V. wif W- .. -+2222 YE,-:f gf w - 'sei-ViVL.ig.VI' V :RJ-F -1 I' V. RFQ' V "W 1.1'w3'i" 1 ', ' 'V z '- . . ' V . 3 ,A ' af . I.-'J '. . 2 ' 11' .. ' I iff' -L .3-vw. wi V.. 14:-J V er.. V Fi W 9 " . -V -"BI ' ' My 1-'fig ' -' L WF.-.5 53- '1 'L 2353? V ' ki u fr.. H . N .N ,z- . V V . f V - A ,.-.VV V. ' -.f ,,:V , .1 .V z n- ,V ,. , V- -' V .. w V' 'W H - V' V1 -' ' fc' f E 53? " '13-'-. ' 'E f -Ei- x ay V V 1,...1 1.53-A f g' b. ',.f.'g ' K'-,Q-Q: sf - if' g ' 1 , H. I 4 ,Si-:LL-i..-'45Qff.'-,XV 'ITT'"3-fi?515''HPVV:ri?--ff:T'i':1i?i?5-?Pii' 49.1351 - . A' Vi FTE 'mia-V , 5 sv ft.-2V3.f--QV -'sg iw.. .ff-f3P.5F25f . J-HV , ,:, yyff, ...,,.1,--V 1 JV.f,fw3 aww ,, .ug--,. ,-V, -v,,e-qevwm.,-V-lV,1f, 1-.qv VV.. digg-A 1,,.f 'S -E521 'lr '-4313? --4' V Vw 'FW"l'fV'5ff2N75'1-',4""A s-'25-V,-'-Q' V' ' 1' 1 ' . fif' af: .f .... :Mfg ? WN .VV-3 -..-:..V.3 fi.:-95V -Mr" -.-fwfgfli'-ff ' va-V' f,- QMS ' Xi-.U-in -' '32 'U' wif- 1' ' ff.:-sas :irffiiff-54 f'4v-V17 2'-'J--nfV..!fE"?-Q.-."' ' 5.4554-rV4l'VFV V X'i.V.f.4"i-47 . fiffi .sr-wg?-,'V':'f ' Vg- View..-WV -z5:f,fi.Zf fe, 'fYff?r2g1V..f.1 lap.--V -.--V.: .v- . fvw,-. , V,-2 -V V ' y- V-,xr-.F-' , - - msg:-."1 A in-'T 11, U-.VV .V . .b Hp, V .:.. .1 , www 3 JJ.. 7 V, Vg L x,-9 ,Z .,, x..,:,g,. 5 ? fo , x5Lf1'i-,- V ' " Silivef V V ' ui 'V '. 535 , 4:"rss.i 45.51 -VJ' Lf.-' " 1 3 .ff M 3 QV 52' 7'5- fiieggf ' - . -J I' H I? ' U? .955 V -...ii V. ff? vi 'Lk' 17- l i'1fVfy...-4 F. Vylu, :wi K.. W- fggrif- V .- V ',1l,'fl' :VV4 5. , ., .3 . J Q 11: ' ' 'W --.51 1' VT.-- , ' -' .v.- . Q., ,- -V23 frfsif- V '4 .215 :V 2' SV-:Lf-:iii ,ggi .ifgg . pggii , KQV. . I wifi f VU, ,ix ,X X . .,qV.xg.jg-. 1 .Va E- V?-.,' ,IMA uf-fi V' .ffV.-Gif- . fi-.201 ,..-- get LSU... ja Y 1653-A 4 !f':l.cii- 5,5535 V-4, A ' -A'igf7: 5- V "' Q. , ,:J4ii5g,,. mm V V 4 If.1.f.-?1i'.2-my ffgfbv .www " N V ' V43 45E'?:V3V:+gm- AQ,-.:.f.f-5V4w..Q:V, ,.fV'-:ff-.V+g f?,'5'g','f13:..a - .-.953 V 31,3 gin, .cffffm-. . -" gjF,,V,.1-keiggafg :353-'iflkiiia 'f'if55:'Qif4'f255'V'fif-Ea,fgVi:?:-V2L'.'4f3v5Efv 'ff . -'- 1' V.-61,11-, 2 ,W?j,5-1 v-- 1' , xgyv-P--5:-V, 4,-11 . .-.4.:g.V. .-4' ' fb,--F-'fz." :Vi -iff ff"-'214b5'2711'f12?ffm-.::?V .-'28 If-Riff 'MDV' Jwfi Jie' If - 'ff Vr-V:qV,- " ' fir? aV1"ls.r.gwf- ' -fsr!:2i:1V -fm . . -MFI R35s,,,,-?g,.V ,, V'-Egg iffrxl' "Vi"Q,1f712??M," V . ff'--rl" - V , - -V-J fk ' - V 'vii' 51,1 - In -' . ga,-11,1 ' " mu -5- , 2 .I , ' " ' - :N ..,.f. . 4, V... uf.- V . ., V ,V,V.f.?V. .W .,,,.,,4-1 gf V vw -'H 'I'-1 ' Rn g.. v - V ,- rc ' V ir? + -Va-V 4 A -4-Vy .-1.14" y,.gV'-if . yr, , -V V-Xu ., V ' Lhjijg ' ?g'4'Z ' ,V' ,'ra:Z'f,, p . .1 1- 'VV-' , fV2,f1V,' i -V1- , :f".y':j.',, V Hg-f ':.V'.'V V. I-W - 51 - . - -I-iV.'.'f V - ' -13-5-an . I V .W Ang., ,-E 'U' Q 'y:'fV I " 47" Q Qlggq , 1-v 1 Lg- xy.. h -fr jA'.g'3..g.ggg,. . 'IQ 5 V' . '-S, .V -V ,gm --5 'V ' ,V -3.g,"ff 2iV1f.V--3, F QQ- V - S .-gf-.M LV 3 '...... . .51 VV. " ' ' . .sg "4 3 'Vg .. fy- - V V Vi? V- I 525 ,Vg .Va V V - V I5-...VV 4 -V V-V-Q V V V If -.1 - V ' " V11 " 1 g.1.j43 L - VV-1 Q.. Vg -3 ' L. V V 524. ' 1 V w - if Vi"1?1s.g,w L. wg! '- -41-' . 15" sk. V,f I-arm - - X fig?-:L-f2V. :QI V a,- . - f"- .- '2 ' .V " V-- - '-vf'--r.-1 V- L - - G- -,,.-- ' . fs V - ww- .. ... -.1 - '-5,734-qs.:-..,.",--'VIU'-..-,V 4, .6-K . 4152 - - . V .-945 'f ...' " f -.Vf-.-.a.v..!.4-VV VNV KES? 3 rf' 92' VF1'.V' 1' .. '1f:"--- :Ql31.Vhf1iV ,V - U,r,,,.y ..-, .A 1-.. ,V.V.V.,V1 ,'i?1V.,.f ,.. :-....f-f..g. rep .1 REF. Lis - - . ,X Qi? mv -ME.-,, V.:-,. w,. f gaw ., 21342-I'..:-V ':5f2':S1E'TQ-':V.2V.fIf?Z?-?'5fi'f 1-'61 524 Q. .f"'L ,-91" .. '24 fxi-"2-, 'TG -i,6afzfH?k-,,, ., 7 61-i:VT-'155V'l' - 3-'5's:.'Q5,-- w-rz'V,-"V- F5911 " f?r:.s1aj3,.c :Vi5aVV 5 -2.1-' .-H .- ,.i,f'fip - w, e 1.1-51S'35L'V?L' i'JSf?ffvf 'zvfiif-i,.vf:1i-7 '-".V":2.'-Ji'' ."' V 12 -. " 'ijikw-V v?2I:-.Lanai-aV.:i..Q - HOLMES PUGH HERNDON DARNELL SPRAGUE CLEMENTS WILLIAMSON FARQUHAR MORRELL MASON POLK DUNN BOYD HOUSE OIZEM CROSS MEREDITH YOUNG TODD HOUSTON WISE VVEBB CAIN ff gf X xxxk 4+ M Lu ix u. V V Scabbard and Blade HONORARY MILITARY FRATERNITY Founded at University of XVISCOIISIH, 1904 Forty-four Chapters Colors: Red. White and Blue Publication: "The Scabbard and Blade" Companq "D" Fourih Reqimeni Captain Clyde Grady BEN HARRISON . Established, 1923 HON ORARY MEMBERS Major Owen D. Meredith Captain Harry D. Scheibla Lieut. James Rees Lieut. Howard Crisswell Lieut. P. L. LeStourgeon OFFICERS . . . . . . . President WILLIAM P. TROTT . Vice-President A. M. HENDERSON . . Treasurer JOHN HEARNE . . Secretary William Humber Charles Whitaker Ben G. Crosby B. D. Harrison Lynn Jeffries Glenn Prince MEMBERS Harold Ray E. W. Kirk A. W. Eyer John Hearne W. L. McGinnis Carlyle Schuermeyer W. P. Trott , Ben Stapleton Rex Allison L. G. Forquer A. M. Henderson Louis Payton Carey Spicer I ,F xi l I , Q 2 a I 5. ff H ARRISON ALLISON SPICER, PAYTON IKICGINNIS HEARNE CROSBY HENDERSON JEFFRIES TROTT SCHUERMEYER EYER PRINCE P51 1 E E 17 ? YS ' l C-Tau Bela pl HONORARY ENGINEERING FRATERNITY Founded at Lehigh University, June, 1885 Forty-two Chn.pt-ers Colors: Seal Brown and White Publication: "The Bent" Alpha of Keniuckq Chapier W. E. Freeman L. S. O'Ba.nnon J. R. Johnson W. A. Newman Establislleri, April, 1902 FRATRES IN FACULTATE H. H. Downing E. L. Rees P. C. Emrath D. V. Terrell L. E. Nollau E. B. Farris Robert Spicer FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE S. M. WORTHINGTON .... BEN HARRISON W. O. RICHMOND . WARNER FORD . . R. K. TI-IORNBERRY . . L. R. C Aldrich B. P. Bogardus C. P. Brown J. S. Buskie S. PAYTON F. Y. Carter L. O. Cleveland G. R. Gerhard H. L. Johnson . . . . . President . . . Vice-President Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary . Treasurer Cataloguer R.. H. Lydclon E. R. Michel W. L. Moore H. V. Smith J ,-. Ia 'x aI' ix. ilh X xx Mk IPage 200 - b' 'XX 'N--L. -f'fff CDN. . -.1 1-r.f- ,L -"1-f. T-1-15?-1f11'41TQ 1 : 4..."7'L,- .-,Q 11' Y. 1 --,'g--E-:"T'I' -r - .1 ,r .- iqi fQfi'Z5zf'11ff...r..'i .2f.. 11Q'1H3n'Ei1H '1 if Q fc-' - .W-qw -w w1.,. +::U1w:-'vpg wwf .wr 1 ' .-f1fw4f:+..1x- -1 Q Q ' -'5'f 211 '--5:-A"5L1J. -'-' - 751' 7:'3Q.1:" ' I -- 1' ,5El,Q'."Wi: . Ji? 1 1:T'if'if . f fffii. 155111 ' .. , +:.f1ggg1,1'-1' gf. . ,aj ig 1555.41-1 -:5.1,?,, 1- 1 '11 M1111 ' TT" if-:-,Ati J11".5.i': QLg,f.,,Q,-J .1 ,gf 1 1 .5 .- Q-5. 1 - - 17 4. 1. 1 .1 11,6114 .1 . ,eff X AQ 4.1.-.-. .- 5, Q1 , 1 'E 11 M3i '1f?i?'f.il342fg7'3 . - .1 - '1fqg:.23'?93nJj f.f1H,ig:,f'1'ff, 1'qiQjxfy,-mai, .1' . ,rg ..fQz 'G-S11 451-.1 5 1 ', , - ...E 1 . Liam'-.1, gpg 2:12.21 f ww1Ung.u, 1x3weMg' :1 1uw-1, fn-11 g.Q.w4vixMhg14Q X iii' 11175 '-'36 'A .1 Y ' 115 1 1 1. 'fk55"i2i:ii11'f?.QggM?Z?i'-' ., 1 -11 .21-""' -X. 15 -wwf 1 1 111 . -A 11' A - 1 -- 1.-1 .4 ' "5 x' Ji' V ' ffv- IT' Y - 'fi W K ' 1 ifnck -l - -1:5 . I - "A-1' iii W MW 4 ai"-m1upf"'? 'Q' hir- P3135 ,f. '?Z2,g..5af. 1fQf, '1 -1 35? .I . '1ig122i .1f '- 1- "1"111"1..'1 1U 11,-5'f?5g4F-7f.1i1 L " f ,,:. a,.fsfg1fgf1 5 M I . V .Q . Ei? N .Ei Q - QF? 2.-,Y Y Q1 11.1 M -f f V .zggil S,-' QQ , ,gg-45:1 1: Q1 i J!7fE!:ZqXj U.: 1 511 - I .fag ij'-:Qf Q lx 1 nj -Q , Q15 3 . .ggi msghgr. QQ 45., ' .- - QL-431Qf5Q.5Q 2 1Q L-.L-. 1573: 1. .. ' Q 11,1 Q1 Qfg.2Q.1Qf4 1 . J. " -.1 --1 ,111 . flew, ' 11 1111.1 g.?:.E1.1.1Q,mf:. . 5 ,-'11f.4-'k"'.!1gg22i .1- 11- fii..11Q,1 M1117 1 1' -Maia. , myfa. 1 11... 1V .,-. -1' 1 . . i,,fx133R4zi, fr. Q.45?Fk2-.311--'A-,QQ 1 ' g .3?'?v+'1J?vg1 'L 1 .. 1 . xr Q-.11-g,,f-.. 3- 41: -1 1. - ,Q A A Lifqfff Q '1 11 5 3 .31'f1'Z5.1 3 .1 1 I5' f1'4'f'9K"' 'E' . 1 iff ' ' , 1 - -if K. F, 3. 1 7 .N ., 1 AJ.. sf . 9. ,QJ .115-,11 ga., 55.111.5+?:11:f:,g.!f.a':?:g-,-11'3e,1.1A 1-.fn .5514 1-.5 i,Q1QS,1w . :1pfR21gga,2,f,Q11g 11. Q .1 1' pf ,Q . ..15',Q.-1 5415119-.!1g,.?Fg1QQ,Q1 , QQll'1fiQ,g 1' Q 3.1mTg 4.51 yqgmwnmm wmxggR3Qmff,f dig. gqwgwsw 4.f3-, ,,g if n ' L, fqwiff A aF'km?:Mwv .- -iG4QVq, -.qi gs Q ,i. .vwwawhf -'.wwQwww ,'A ,?i5i4h. wwf ww 51. -2, ,,- :1u.fi".f1" sw- .X -wgffi, 4 +1 ?'f.3X,y.21'1.wfx A A 4-S-Q1 wi K' . 1 ' - '11'1.1f"'i1. 41 "211"-f11f.'1.14 9.131 121 1 . ,..,.111-tv1.1.11'Qf-. f .-'fi'-'QL 1.1'Krif? .L f-., ' '11 'f'l+?w5'. , .. '5'.'1f?--3:,'z'v'4wl:f-... 4 Q r'z'..y.sL,,2 1175 Q.. QQ . , 11 e.QfgQ,. ...Q gg,--1,Q15513.55-4g,,521 gfwQQ1'1wFQQ. !1.bQ A.:.,gi5gEi , Q at wifi PM Q 4 .FT , Q1 5 3,Q.Q,.Tiiem,Q,y mx? .hw Q31 f4'7k5Qf?3Wfw6 '?"f " hs- NM agua ' .w-ffuru' A0Wt'M 1 1555? D ' 'N ' 2.115122 1 -1141 . ' ' 1? , ' V 11 91, Q?-223 ' 1 f Q V. za , ,ij .. jf QQ X2?fffi?.f . 3' 'ul , " . ' ' I' . 'S Q- ,' "' '-.'- ' 51. . f ' 1 45 ' ' '16 ' .V 17: 1 V ,lf nfs 1 ' . -Q 1. 1 :A ':, QI:-,'1j "Q- ,Q 'f in-Q - Q1 Q ' ,Q 15:11. 11153 . Q .1-Q. QQ."-1 F- - ,Q 2555.114-1.?11g1, -A , ' fQ1i3iy'2s'f .. .. 1 Q Q- . 1Q- 1 -- ,iz ga A A.-mf-.3 -'-. F-. 1 5, J.. . 7 ' 3 f 1 ' J 'J-V. 1 if-:E 1 "1Xl'5fQ-Q':t1.-fl. .1-if-5-'-wi 4-RQ . 1 ,.iaZ'.fW. -S '. 1 A' LJ? f '- . 5f"1l " 1121 111'H'1-'W 1 5?-" e.'-Qv,'.'2.5f3P'I1'1'35:1 ' '- Q- A-11 ?-H1--'5x1 L wx" QVTU f.M,'Ei.1EHf??5- efV1W3LK ?aSWE spQi?5wUma:. m,i.fMM lf 1.4.5. -11 w ig ','J,gg1f'1 1411. " .-g.Q3'k,,fQegfZ1ff1 laude.-.Q ' 1114: 11 351 .p1.-1 1 W. .1 -23. ,J , f Q,,m1'!f'2,- f'f..,----R111-.11 .1 ,rf.L5.zTwv1.- .Y-,.gf.--r'1:v-wir? 'fwxvx -- 1 '11 1- ' J :Q- -- ' .- -,--..c- 2 '--- ? 3. ' 15,'1'f 1232 1 ' 4 ' ,:z' JQ2 awww .Wwfmim 1vHid4- --f.,mv 1-31'-Q Q '?g4J,g.e95 -Q 3 '-,---'f-24g,?Q,,13-fQ1'1 , 421111 :EAR . 1- ,+Q. .,,.-.Q ' l ' Slit ' -if '7' 'f' 4 ' ?"9f1' '-".T'Sf'Sff'. ' ' viii! -' lu' 1.1 2 J 4. -. ff? Q '. -1 A- - :U f ff 1 11'- .' 2. .4 ,-14' 1 - ., - 11513. 1.410 F. 'If 1 .511 "Af .1 f '1 f.2:f5'iEb. fn 4111192514 -1 1111.1 'Win 1 '11 151117 L: :yMirw'1 2334--WN 'wr.M5mf. 11.11 Q wvm.m.1- Atfgfw 1 V?R2ehrv f539Qf nf? -14 'EZfM...lL. . VMEib??w:5GiW?Ei 11 wwf -114'-1.'1.11gg pt 11 1 ' '3gf1r-5 1, - ' . - 14'i'J3f3riffiEgie'f1:L:,-Sfgife-.gif-2.11 , Q. ' .---' " 1 25, , . ,1 , ,Q 1--11. 1 1 - .,,-agg-iii: :V ' 1' -- Q 1.1111 gn 1-.2114 ,T :r5:a'4-,1'2,'F1.' I 4 mx! -' '- 'giicu , Q1 1 -11 ' ' 'ff---gf-11 . -it , 11212134 11 1 '-K'g1:,f15-x.- I , 1 x'.':1!Q 1 Q .'1Nq,j!i I , Q H, E.: QQQQQ1f: 1.,41 1 ,111Q'11Q 1 QQ 1 Q' . - U A3f43'?Y' 1- A- ' '93'f15i3iO 1332 . f 'ff 'I' - ,111"'11131111'l1' '.nwJ5jfQQ,,. QE ewtiijx QQ. JM., f 1153" WH, A .,,QhqfQ. I JJJQQL 3 tak 473 jf . ' 1g1,"f'N 1 :' L' ig' ' 1 1 fffff, -, ' M' M575 li 1 ' ',x151'fg SQix ,gm 155. .rf ' . , " 73- ..IQ11'ff ' , , ..-'ffif'-'E if 11 1 1 1. 1 1.5, if 1--1.5 I - I ' A 1 '11 P .1 1.1 . .11 9?-?"11'?Tif1121QfT . vz27W?Eli.5113fr5-f5'?.. 352' 515111:rg,f.l ff QW 'L'-1 pq Ffyr,.,af3f1,:rQg4 .4-,.,.j,SQltf.?f.7gi?:yg:3:13xwgy .QSi g1Qg:s.5f1.'a at Lf 7... 'r' .Q Ny -5.72,-3 -4.9-', ji-aw-1 '4 P 515' :ff " -3 ci' ' "' f" '5-fe-ll Q 5' X-51, " ' ww :af ,Q:gg4Q1S'g?QH 1 -1 ,' ' ' 352' W3?1,'YIJ-112' 7- , ' 1 252391 I, - 1 iff: ..1 ,11QQ,.5,f,m111 , ..f.,f..9, '1 .11 Q1.u-.1r,l5,g.. Q .,1..,14,-.c Q- 1 f,Q,--,QR ,w11w11m is , Q ,Qu-.,.. 1-22151 P X ,4,f5'1,f-2?',o'f 5 1- .f.7-jf,-gf't.1. 235.i:5,w3Q 1 1 ,-'1-113111. ::Qi',.3Q. QQ ,. 'f,::,5:.9Q -.- Q Q Q- Q, ,Q .I .2Q?Q...A:.-A j Q-If-.1,5'13f.,:.QN , 1 j-3 1 ' 13 -1 ess? . A 1, ..' ?:lZf?g 1f2.g:e. 1 ,Rf 'FV 1u.1. fzwfxwz, fu if ',w1 11 .M ffwmfwL'zxwW' 11? Ge., .rQ55:.L,Qg'g,gQgQ! .V N im? Q PgfQ,,,, Q, .Qf,.1 .M .H..gQ, .ag .Q1Q7 1- -:r, .""f -.1 1. 51' , 11,171 .F'Qj' " " f fqwgp 11 Q11 mf! .. QXL' QJQMWQ Q -j Q1 YD,-:.v5s.l't Q 1' Li ,. I- 1-Y F -2 011. ,-4' 'WfT1. 5'J:rp 1' 1',Mhf .14 1 ' 1 ff Mar .. , . 111111 wig. A . 1 253,139 gif' I.:-...z-N 5111753-j1gQ.gQ 151 ..1 " . :fx 1 1 ,,, .Q L... .f1'1'2H.1:.,wIf.2e, Qi., 1 W '5 1- . 1 -Y: A 11-1ai'f':.'.1:.. si '1 51- SWE.-1 . ff 1' --1555 1 . , --1 HE. ,w D.. :11' .mfJh:Qwvqg5gw4wvf,11.Fva-xyx:3vgx5HA-x.Aww w. iii' 1? 1'-1- Y - 1-1-f., -f .-' -H ' ' Q.. ', 1. 'H nfl' 42. 1.1...t. -1 -Q . V vii., A'.vhv fwwdarfffakgiwgqn-3vfxiH'WLifkf aww:f11Mm2S+f5 if ".:qV+:3i-1: - Q11-:-F..'fg" . .ff-, 111' 1119 f.'1'!1:., at 1- i.'v"Wf5?f.Q1F' A " 5:41. fd: ,Q QQ,Q .23QJMx,Q.Q3:Q:g ,. ...gif-v,55,,k1,q,5E.:Q4.Q., .,.,g4j5-5 g .. if QQPQ f11. zwassuxhfssrffwldf-ww fffs11?4fNfgQfwvwii2MxQ4i. :H fri 3511 1- -1Q?f.ijgg.3g3iqHug . .f 1'a.?-2 15'x::f.?:'-Q1 f,15fZ17Yxh3x. H-it '-1 2' 12.-7-3-" 'ix' .... r Z.--Six f--1' ,'M-- .F '?1'f:..g X .'-1 W" rl'-4' Q ' Tet 1' f'1f5Fs'+ N 1. 'fera l .1J1Q.::...L.z .sw.,aQ..-5-1:1.If41-Q-A5 .-.gf-2:1-:g.Lz1-...aamsn.. 1 .L-1: 11 -'W 1 MOORE WORTHINGTON HARRISON MICHEL N PAYTON N I FORD BROWN B USKIE RICHMOND THORNBERRY BOGARDUS L A DRICH CLEVELAND LYDDON JOHNSON CARTER f A Z 1' - g A - x -3 Nl is X l if lf, -241, Y, ' . Gi? ft ' . ' O3 ,gg f-if Y' .Lf , L .wi 1 '- 'VI Y .. r 3 -U . I ge. . Z '. ' ' 123' 1 Q l -. , if -3. 5335 fi.,ig'i1..' . X .1 , ,,. , N , P-,If-3:3 X, , , f - r .gi 7 ' izz f Q ,:,,.' .3 j,,i,,,, Q ., ' ' -. K . , K 916.11- xl WH L! I, Q' M Z ge i H , A Q ' V R . ,Q K U Atig K A 1 kfz fl 4,5 .. ' 5' ' A ,iiiii it 'ie iff, ' .t 'A ,M V 0:1 Q . ie ,. -5. , l,w,2i1l-Q.-.jvi ,A - ' 1' 3 ' I if ' r-J? ' ' ' - -5 I ' .ff-.el :,- - . + , ' .va l -1 . , 2 u L 1.1.55 f "? "3a' if A 'L ' 3 f ' ' -r' 1 W I -y. i f - 3 1.2 A ' ' ' . A . 43,1 me .iii-i"1R'f'-li!-'V . Qi :-. . 1 . 'f " V- ' F ' 2' . . W L f .E u . K ' 11? H'1'f-51 A' ' -Eg fo .EE ei' -:, ' ll if , W, '-fm-il. 5. . W .. ' ' 2 -"' 'xififff lx. .ei - ,L- '.-. ' . . A "QL.VT35- his ' ' n ' X :gs fix! , ' A Q.. V ff, in ' V CONBOY WILLIAMS GOODMAN DENT SHAFER LANDRUM STOFFEL ROOKS FRYE WALKER MCMURRAY Siqma Della Chi INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY Founded at DePauw University, April 17, 1909 Colors: Black and White Forty-three Chapters Publicuizon: "The Quill" Keniuckq Chapler Established. February 27, 1927 FRATRES IN FACULTATE . Victor R. Portmann, Faculty Advisor Elmer G. Sulzer Leonard Neil Plummer FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE WALLACE MCMURRAY ........ . . President WILBUR. G. FRYE ........ Vice-President MORTON WALKER . . .... Secretary VERNON D. ROOKS . . .... Treasurer PERCY H. LANDRUM . . "Quill" Corresponderit ALBERT STOFFEL . . Kampus Kat Editor MEMBERS Percy H. Landrum Albert Stoffel Joseph Conboy William Shafer Wallace McMurray Morton Walker Wilbur G. Frye Vernon D. Rooks Harry Dent Howard Williams Daniel Goodman George B. Waite . lPaye 202 X 1' ,4 I A X X E.. 1 """"' l l l l T7 1 ,--wwf. ' gif' I ,W , -' -. We we -f '- -Q ' , 11- 1 .., ' Lug ' 'IF.1'J'i,:', "'-15,31 y --V 33,5 wel 'UQ'- SWEARINGEN PURCELL MINIHAN J I SMITH BICKEL MEACHEM HOLLIDAY , ' CARR HAILEY CUNDIFF I I CTheia Slqma P111 NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY FOR WOMEN Founded at the University of Wa.sliing'ton, April B, 1909 Colors: Violet and Green Pnlvlicrationz "Matrix" SORORE IN FAGULTATE Margie McLaughlin SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE OFFICERS FRANCES HOLLIDAY . . . . . . . . Pl'6Sld611l3 HENRY ETTA STONE .... . Vice-President ELLEN MINIHAN ...... Secretary MARY VIRGINIA HAILEY . . T1'e'aSu1'e1' HON ORARY SOPHOMORES M Eleanor Dawson Mary Elizabeth Price MEMBERS Louisa Bickel Lillian C. Meachem xl Dorothy Carr Lois Purcell , Margaret Cundiff Katherine Phelps 4 Edna Smith Virginia Schaeifer l Eleanor Swearingen Fannie Curie , Alice Bruner Edythe Reynolds Virginia Nevins Eleanor Smith Emily Hardin Woodhead 2 X, X Ph' B ia PROFESSIONAL MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC ART FRATERNITY Founclccl at Nortlnvcstern University, May 5. 1912 Twelve Chapters Colors: Lavender and Gold Flower: Red Rose EMILY HARDIN . . Kappa Chap Esmblislz.-ed, 1925 ter SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE OFFICERS MARY VIRGINIA HAILEY . MARGARET O'CONNELL . BUENA MATHIS .... MARY LOUISE MCDOWELL . Virginia Dougherty Eunice Jane Denton Mary Virginia Hailey Mary Grace Loretta Bitterman Elizabeth Eaton Christine Johnson Mary Ambrose Roberta Hulette . . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Historian SORORES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1931 Mildred Little Ruth McFarland Anna May Beryle Hardy Heavenridge Ma Class of 1932 Molly Mack Offutt Elizabeth Poole Mary Alice Saiyers Ruth McMough Class of 1933 Mary Anne O'Brien Buena Mathis Margaret O'Connell Elizabeth McDowell ry Louise McDowell Emily Hardin Maxine Randolph Dorothy Jones Ruth Dowling Wehle Dorothy Day In V A 59? x f lf X X 4 1. . VV:rfz.2fV.V:.- ,' gifw' V gf, ::V:'-VgV.-- 'V ,-'H V V -, 5-2 - 1- -'J -:off - - rv . - ' ' 'n-.4-.. SQs5:455Lff'7g4V-QS?-'TY 1.55. Vis?-135-. if Ygafffffegfff. -f 'ff-V.' a.'l-1.3231--..gh3f:fZ?'a'2zg?h5V'5-Afzuu-:ggi Q:!:..'..:fQJ-F2 -fx X' ,: -.. 1- .14 -5 . 2.-V'--zV..f:--J: ' -'sa .- 'V V VV-V Lara", VQVVV . V V1-1V-Q f V 1 - LkT:1f5'T Film-r.T'i?5gf'i--,. ". X 532.1-r3':.WV--4' . gr- .- F 'i?'i',1L4 V ,r-ig' V ifffflaf '-Q25.1Ff'VV-'.VQVV ,- ,Vw Vx' A N., V- .13-V' .A VV 5" Q 3. -gVw..g':k.- - 1' -' Vjy 111 V, -'SVN - -wx' ffV 'V V ,G ,gif -gk A 7 '37 ,ff :','C-'.'V'V'i"5f2P'-2'---,,i '.gVc., ?,,'f.11,' fr ,Ly V 132- - 'z' I .Tw .- . ."'-QVff2VTf'?: , '-4.5. V.V,:g-A -'51 .-2L.H',gI,, Vai, '. V, .' . V' . ,,g. '.1-L, fr- V-J.. V --.V...,.fQf.E.-.- X '??7'f5'- A'-.rl 'I'-f" S 'J' ' fm' 35" 2.1 ' 3 . V 'viz .'.3'V.g- .-fV ' -. V - , wg Vv. V,V"VvVVf fV ' EV, V 1- g . -gf .nfl mfg V 166- :V 'rgssf -4- -Q, Vfhrillf - - 'xfia --a'-N V ' Q- Via- uf' H1-'-. .r V . 'V HGV ' ' . JV?-.fzf2VQA'fM V ' . ,VV V V-RV. . ..V 12-V, -. VV -- Wx 1V J 5,'VVeV .- . D -2 f.Vi5,-: .Vg --1 Vmx- if z. :Nt-. - V -V Vzf. LV:-1: .-ff A Q- .5 '.V-'E-3 as fi , " H. L .V.V " V ' .' V"1f - -QSM 3' 5 'QS' , ii .V ' V: V'5'gIg,Vf'-, - V, 2534. 5' Vw 'V i . VV .---VV- I V . --l'.Y--A---VVV'V:Jf:V -V f-V'VVVV.Vfn:- VLA- EV . " . - 1 f-.-51 -- - ' " U-1:-.'-:??,..g:bv ' ,V V: V.V-1,.f.3V'i'f . Vw.. ' V. V - -2:31 V - .. ' .rfsV..: -V, 03-. -I VV , J .J -',VV:. .-- - -J - -" V Rf-VV fi- V V,Vf5s-Q1 ' Z-. Q..-.5 . V...1VVQ.VV:VzE:fHg .uw V 3,2 K. . " .1 J.: . ' I..-Q'!,J: vi. - F pm ri- 6-L' Viz-,r '-11:5 :Qi - 13, A 'C"1,'-L-, gV Q55 " :V"V ,fzfufv-X431ff4!??2fi-fS'3lVfcVif-Pi?-f5f.:z'f2 Ii Lf-Q? - 4- V, I TE? -V- --V,:1fV4'f' f':'.1i5?:f"w3 . 'Ti.-'f'1i:i?'52:f'4" ' HC " V - 355' ' 1 ig W1-'f1,l'g.1s2.vV 7.15-'Q-lb! .15-34.21 -,gf :Qg-: . -'ff ,'-VVV- .LM-.-.9-y:,igW+.,-.5V1..-1jV,:.igr'. pw VV. 3wwVVi:gg.:Vf,g fi, 51.9561 '.fV,Vgf2!,i3, .V5Q-1j5' gp ' wwf -11. 1 V,-ff' 35162 "' '1'ffE1fi,tV.3qgf Q7 5'17Ifl?-,T-,lj 3' Ti' ff," 31 1?y.f'.,'-A 1- ' ' ' '-"-5-" id' 1 r.Eg':jj.V':'g,ff5, Lg V. - 1 .Mjfsyg "iq - nv , V: VV L . '-'U V- :QQ--Q.: 1.VrV - . -. yffg. . 1 V. ,. ff f ' . w -1 .:VfPf7VfE?f Ti . 1 V -3ff2V2i12V f... VVV1. V... - 14- . . ' QV . -1 ff 2... . . V -V -1'fDV.TgV:efP.S2-1 -- stuff jx 1 ' ' '?'fV?:?i -.-WV., V an ,gi-I -.1kgg5551i.. V3 V . V., , .V,. VV ' . .' Q, 1-. 2 VVV Y V- .nu 4512,--1, '.' :Vx-::' - ' zifff 9- . V ' NZ'- 'Ei A Q1 i V L- V3ff-7555 . , V' ,'iLV:+5i"e?2.f --jing VV W'-'Vfk,V ' : ...LV - , 1 JV,-, N3jqV:.xj2j -Vw. ., gh? EAA. I jg M L-ffflzf ij! F. V -.WV :V 2' - V'-'-.21...'E-wwf 'V V 1 V- - 'K-if V." -in 1' far'-V2--, . X -A VLV' V V ?"V-f ' .V - 71 V . ,"1-V11 '- '5:V-.Sm .4:JVnV.f Rf.-.W e.'Vw?'21f'f.zV- V-V."v.52g::.ViV . 'I ----HV -V JV, Vw- 'V 1'7f15'2VK ch'w7"i'.J5QW,vr,'LlVr'A!3RiQ 2 J."-S.-V?f'K5:fWV,glfgm-,fV.V. QQQVVL .. V' , .gag-2:u'gf ,L LaQL-V:-'zziihff-zliriiiif3''- fe , . f1'VV" V ' M .giVV-LQTAQV-'q::f'V',Fg'."e'V V -'if:2L'.2ggi'5f714.'ij'f "1ig5'fff",,J,:.-ff-1 3 E' , , , ..,q 'j-ff t,.'gJ.:.fV,gg-V, fiqix ig'V':'T-Q, ,ff -. Q-.mf-V., . - ' '. .zX,-f-1.'f'Q1 5'V3.39'5l.QQ',iVQFA?' ' "1 I" " ' - V f- vw 'Q V av V, --.3 .4-33 -.- 2. .V ..-j4.- .h.V x.' V .V V. " . '41'J,V.fVi,3f?,E?.':V'1fVffiV'UY'5f' "V.Vr,3igTfn,V:',fi .Vvfgaiw 4- .af-V.g'-Vf . - .,. . ' ff 'Pl VY?-WQH 'CP if ' 'H -V11 . '31 ' x fm- " .1 . X " 'His V ,V.:,.. f-f,.x.':f--x",',3g:x,'- , T,V 'A+-VlV:ggV. ' I-.Z'i'V.z-V .' 123. ' V - V, V'-7 V 1 V 4 A..-3: .':.,.7 1- - b A..,- -jig Q K. .A V' 1V":V.',- T Wg! ' 'V Q-,' .,V..1'lT'x'1'. L -3 2-V' 41,57 :T .' -V '.1'y,,, J 'vw 1 Qi' - LA. aa I Vu V511 V. '-'Ji V' ' T L+ . V - V - JV..-fav. 1. . . ' V' 3 -. . N X Q - Vbglgz. 'Zi af -V. V . V . ,54A,?q.:7h3M,q Z ,Vg im 5. , 4 ,VAZQVV -5 I V V. . V .. .MV K Q 2aa.zV'l' CV VV '., 'V W 21. 'N 1: s-SIM 1'-Vw W X ?i.gE',g..,:G:i4l,g:1AVv , .. . V., fu- 12,1-5325,-.Qi 4 .... - . ,F Vlii-j.4A:,.jVQ,E..V A I V- - ,V W? . I V . 5. ' Y "VVp:e"5'gA,55.. ' . ,Vi-".'gf,V3'.g-g,:57'f4 ' "-5,' ' V . -1 . , . V ' pr V V f ' Viw ffffw-'Veer A - .- - X V V V. .Vy V x -V ,V Vmf-:.'-g:VvVQhst.. X125-,,w V,-54.93-e.a-.. .1-af'-fi-.-IVV' . ,V -' , ,. - f Q14-V2w'.,V' .V-f'v'sV iff- '-.ffm - - P Y A' " V X QVVEEVA- .WF !ff,ff55?.2?'4- V'-Wi ' ' ' V .. V . . VV-MJ. MQ- va. .. KL.---.VNV-.-VV-VVV..VV.x .Ts .TV ., J... -- . V MV V V V. X V --V.Vm.Fm yu .Ay ,.-8163 ,, -w-4,54 '1u,.Vf.f9g1, f.: JL. g ,QV 1 Q V .. ,yd VI n Q,-. n..Vg.,g-:EggV,3V5faVg.+Vj51:.V VVVVV V' ' ' ' .. -i'.iQE'.'EIf?E35-V.-'.f'f 19-fL+?.'Vif9i5fQ' f-9 Lip?" ' - V ' '-'-9 .-511-j-.jgly +,f5,,,r.,'jV131. ,-.1 5.'?,,.,..', .2-LQ... 5 -V , . A VV - Vg- 71, , -. . y... . .pn-5, .. . , Q., . V 3 V , :.f',- lc VV ,I'.f:':11::g,f,,,.,'?f.?,:?-45, , ' Wvxkiil-'w.V3V. 6 K ,. VQLLQ. 1-hx W Q fm J 'ilk' -' 2::25YVeEiii::.'1'- . ' 'f "' - .3VVrf1ff95 Ai-. w V - A-:ga-fVV..a:fs-'V-M .. 1-.V - Vuezgpjf--V1 Q.. aff- V V f- 1 Vwvxw Q., '. ,V : -1- V --gf: 5-:,-,V 5 V L-V Q.'L,.,. . V - J . ' t 'V'xg..QkV.?,1fj,-gf 5. in ,,VV,'V ,bf .g.Qxg2.V." , 1V , ' GL -'."'-V""X.1 --- ., - Vg. .5 . if' .. , .V I 'V-"N'V1NW4VVVy ' '. fe.. ., V' ff? QQ -1- . V' V. 4 ww- , Q xii 4SPV.?-'51, L"'fiiVz:!f5iQY5. Scyiii 1 . V .Q Ugg. .ITKF-I A. :Puig . .V I AQ X it jjlkgiggk I l V , ,E W . ' 3 Vfziflz' ' '-.451 , .fr-vie? ' :H ' V .'5'? ,"?S5'E za.-jf f . if V h""'H -if 2V mvfzff 51' ' Wi V . '- 1 " fiigfjff- Vf' A,VV'iJt:"1V 4. , 4 ' ' '5,":.'+f'?'Ja ixi? -fi Q V' F5 . .. - 11.3. .. -1.-Pi-' V , -, . nf- .Vw-.fic K,v5Vf ' .- .f:f"'-'-'LVL-Vwlg - "2 . VV 2' . -- .V V- VfV35,,"1- if 2-V , Vi- :-.pwew-N-f 1' 2 V. :-Vfi V7 6 ". - E. '- " v . V , V . rg-V. , ,,,:, ,.V:'Q," , :y- ,-.EV ..54ef: 7- V. fur.. .' .' lv mfr- .yu .1 Qzk'E72 'V 71.1.-I .' V , " ."r .' 'gg-Af. QV . -V L .41-it :Va Liv, t .. f . -- VV - - V' I. ,V " ' Y-.f2r9f:?,V-A 'f.5',V . : N51 1 V ,-: IV "-321115. "'ff"V 'ga' ' .V gp, ' -th' V' f- ' ., '-VL.: 'Vip "4 Y ' VV' Y .' V 'tlfv 'V , V "ii : ','l.' 4 'J I 421: f I. 'Q ' ,- .1 X, V , Q- V - VV . V 4' .ff V -Q. ff.. V .V Qi-V ' V 'H 'V+ - Why..-'Va .V V VG." V -- i V ... V.:.-V: ' 9 . 4 Via- V- -V - LV. , .j1.VQQ. t,..,l,y,5v Vw. - .Vf.'V.V ,fax-fg , Y 'H l!L.V..:1'3 N. t 1 - J ,141 ig, -1 Jn' .uhh , N V- . 5, ' .3 , V .. , :V. , . , , .5 ,,, , -,1,.,V,,.,3. ,.,l....- 1 .. . , I. .Lb K ' .AMF Wa 1 A I V.. .,Q.1!,, .-9, qfwl Z I .JA V W .p am 5 I . , . M Nun- 'V-VV L-'V' 555- V4- V 0 ff1ffI5Q?i3.4'-ffiifui , .'!4v'f f2I'5i4-igfk V1-4- 1 1 .ivy ffii' 'gif ,F 'V .V A , . V137 3 545.-5-VV ' -V JV. A-r3Vf?.?Q-:Q,',,3,'pV..,V..-:V5,1-if AV:-ef' , Qnbx 'Q-V ., MV- I-.Ji-N N . ' :KV ' . 'FV' 'V V:V',: . , .. 17: '. J-VX z-- -'w'Vf,1f. "Vw ' N17 f f-:ups V. +V s... JW . -3 Q-.3525 X., .3VV:Q4sm3V-Vlp'u-:if zfffiqg- -vig?,.V4:QgSVfz?f5LV?q1fm252'- .Vr -Q:-.1-if 4 V r,VV,..:- Vf..Vf,vg-s:.V -,NN -V 3:44, -sg.,-43-VVJ.'V:'Vfffjff.-.L xssiwg-yigfmjsagaqgr-:ff,1.,.'w. ' . ,-:f:,- A ,V f-.Amit .ws 3.5 V. ff' Ni- 31.4--. ,V5j35,4,-r, -.ny yrs.-rf?-I-i-.g,V I1 .3-,g,gVg-.34,a.J Va-ljgtfq-,Y ga,-1-N,,VrV V,.... .. ..,E.,..,.,,E .II .,,. .. n, v-y.1.9...,y..Q,. ,, V. . . 7, in f 242. j-,ggi .IVR :L 3x,1A+:,'.f 'y,k231.' sVFviV.i',5gl-mfg,-'51, 55-1.22 QV..-V . 315,493.5 Xggx fu Wig.-. .1 ',..1'1 VV Emi? " 1 ..V --.. V" -. V1 . .V V..U.Va -fa 2, 13'-mi .--: .V ' . V 'Z Vuf .' Aiw- vn 1 .-V,-gg?Vgs:V3QV,.L--,.lg-lg-E,.:q.g ,iff11532.57-.fgeg39.5.53-.-Tffqgggggig-52413. 5-is Jg'i'gf5.2,jwv,-'.a:f,j1 .gg . ,tr nigga-. 5-M3-.Var V 1.4.f'..L,4 ,"-gf:-2.,,:v3iL93 f,a,.f. ljlgffpjx V-1gQ55..,f,, ,filvaf gyuf, -N.: .gin , ,I , 3,1-iz' I f il P- f fl-E-IVVEis-V'FiV'f'1fS'H4111 2 4 34-.V'?iT25l'fzTf:SfG-ia'-3 V if 'V?.vb21i2:+1'2?wTV-f?.zV. V' , 152' -' H - V' f -- 1 . -- --.fg . V V A 4. ffG,.VV' -' V 1 ,. .,,W,f:.,',j,,,- I . . 1 1. T, ', HEAVENRIDGE O'CON'N ELL OFFUTT POLLE O'BRIEN HULETTE WEHLE LITTLE MCDONVELL JOHNSON MATHIS EATON B SALYERS HARDY HARDIN MUDOWELL DENTON Page 2051 n JONES MAY ITTERMAN HAILEY ' l ba lv If FZ., , I I P h' R' 1 ' ers mq if es f. ' HONORARY BASIC MILITARY FRATERNITY ' ' li Founded at University of Nebraska Thirteen Chapters 4 l Colors: Blue and White W Companq "C" FITSI Reqimeni Established 1931 HONORARY MEMBER Major Owen Meredith, Faculty Advisor ALUMNI MEMBERS Ben G. Crosby Austin Henderson , OFFICERS W. H. SAUNDERS . . . . . . . Captain HARRY LAIR . . . First Lieutenant L. WITHERSPOON Second Lieutenant J. C. BISHOP . First Sergeant H. M. MINER . . Right Guide J. MILLS .... Left Guide ' MEMBERS O. B. Coffman L. B. Davis F. Musselman Ray Alford J. R. Faber D. F. Peyton X J. D. Alexander T. C. Fuller J. V. Rogers R. Bates H. Emmerick K. P. Smith J. B. Boddie S. Mattingly H. VanAntwerp W. W. A. Grady J. W. MacRobe1'ts H. S. Vance y J. B. Croft W. R. Meredith c. o. Wallace 5 , , fPage 206 U ATI-ILETICS X 1 lu I 474 fx mx FOOTBALL qi Q B ge 2071 AH -ii .b .. . in A M. A - -- wh. Q? - 1 , -W . 1 .I , ,, f.,.- fy. . - w Y. . .,,: Y .,i.,. ..,,, , , ,,. , ' 'A -' L . -, ' F A 2 ww -ra ' wg w-...' '.1-...-fw f- -,,-af,.:- ,,-,."- VJ- .., -,:fwff., .-4,A,51,,. , w - ww .mf 21 . W- - - - If . . 1. 1. -, -" w ' in A 425- -'ii 'fit .SQ-,I ' L. h - A . V Q. ,, X ., uw., . L7 . j'-W., ,A . ' "' ' 7' ' w . ,F 'gi W ,Q w A , W S ,K ,- ,. I .. . , A 1 ,v , .:,,,q,.f A. , f w --w A w, -- -W ww lv 4. - w w Y V '- ww ,, . ,- -W? w ' , nf X mi ' 1 , ' A - . I i 'J ' ' f ff- j 5 w w ww Jw- . V V F w' w M, ,w , - -. . w ww - . iw, W , . gag? ' - www ww ww w ww w I ww -E aw aa , .gay 5 Fwtwrm V ww ww - . ,,, ff.: - , V 'Q 1 ' 5,1 w FT 55 'isfffwwww ww w X Y 'S " V w Mi f ' W' ' ' t-:w:fg.'1 ' A W w ,w , www A 1 A' M . ' ' ' I H :fe ,. w 4 w .. 4 -w A M www ww, M ww A ex' ' f Lf? LY rw w 5 534 ' w -. w ' X A, ' af 4 ms' , - r,-w " w , ' Q 7 w 555' "QL -' ' .w .XV w ww , 9 A fam , w. l Y b ww - Wa, wg. M , 32--wi . 6 1 ,. ,.,w..: .1- .w:, -J ww M W' 52 w v. 1' -L fain? Fu I A , U 1 w R. w L' 50. H -7- -Lf ' - COACH HARRY GAMAGE -Photo by Starman, Le:4:i11.gton and Palm Beac IL f s MILLER RUPP PRIBBLE GILB GAMAGE SHIVELY DRURY l - l Uarsilq Football Kentucky's 1930 football season was a success in every way except one-everybody expected too much. Not so many years ago the followers of Kentucky teams considered the year well spent if the VVildcats so much as tied Washington Sz Lee and V. M. I., held Tennessee and Alabama to low scores, and beat Centre. Then came 1929. Kentucky ran rough-shod over Centre and five other teams, tied what was called the best team in the history of Tennessee, and lost only to Alabama. Fair weather fans at the University grew rabid in their expectations of the 1930 Blue team. Nothing short of a Southern Conference championship Csomething Ken- tucky has never attainedl would have satisfied their demands. . The season was not a howling success. Kentucky won five games and lost three, not a bad percentage, but Kentucky lost to the only teams given a chance to beat them. Centre was not included on the schedule. After bowling over four teams with practically no effort, Kentucky was given a chance to even scores with Alabama, an opportunity for which she had waited since 1922. And the Crimson Tide, which later Won the Conference championship and defeated Washington State, 24 to 0, in the New Year's Rose Bowl game, stopped the Wildcats cold, 19 to 0. The so-called support- ers of Kentucky immediately waved the white flag and blamed everybody l l v l l from the coaches to the water boy. The spirit of depres- sion and the injury jinx stalked the Wildcat camp, and the following week, Duke, which had the best season in its history, bumped Kentucky farther down the ladder with another defeat. The 'Cats came back to lick Vir- ginia Military Institute, and then kept Tennessee away from their goal line, only to lose by the margin of two field goals and a safety. A Captain Floppy Forquer was named on several all- Southern football teams, as were Shipwreck Kelly and Babe Wright. Forquer, Conrad Rose and Tom Phipps, all seniors, played with a team of Southern stars against a picked team of Northern stars in a charity game at New York M during the Christmas holidays. The South won, 7 to 0. J n Kentucky 37, Sewanee 0 For the first time in a number of years Kentucky opened the season With a Southern Conference foe. And for the second year in succession, the Wildcats played their openinggame at night on Stoll Field. The crowd that filled McLean Stadium saw Kentucky romp over the -Plmios by Slurmau, Lexington and Palm Beach KELLY AGAIN SIDE STEPS THE FAMOUS ALABAMA LINE University of the South, 37 to 0, and then took up the cry that had echoed through Lexington for weeks: "On to a Conference championship." Cecil Urbaniak, Carey Spicer and "Shipwreck" Kelly each crossed the goal line twice. The only two things that the game proved included the fact that the offense clicked and the tackles were weak. Twenty-four men saw action for Kentucky. Kentucky 57, Maryville 0 Disposing of Maryville was only a matter of routine, and if the Wildcats had fully understood as much, things would have been easier later in the season. The sun blazed down and the air was hot. The Highlanders failed to oHer much in the way of competition and Coach Harry Gamage took advantage of an opportunity to see a num- ber of his boys in action. When the game was over, Gam- age had sent exactly 37 men into the fray, and all seemed to work to perfection. Ah! 'twould be a good year, a magnificent year. VVe are God's chosen people. Nothing in the South can touch us. Kelly frolicked all over the field and made four touchdowns. Urbaniak crossed the line twice, and Spicer, Jack Phipps, and Louis Toth scored just for good measure. -Photos by Starmau, Lea:ingLo'n mul Palm Bc I T. PHIPPS BREAKS THROUGH "'I'IDE" LINE Kentucky 33, Washington ci? Lee 14 Joy of the Washington 81 Lee victory was of a doubt- ful strain. Kentucky's invincible team had almost been not quite so invincible. After Kelly had spread his wings and completed a solo flight down the field for 59 yards and a touchdown in the first eight minutes of play, and Spicer had pushed over another touchdown in the second quarter, after the ball had been placed in position by Jack Phipps and Urbaniak, Kentucky began to sit back and smile. Spicer kicked both points after touchdown and the Wildcats had a, 14-point advantage at the half. The 'Cats had smothered the lanky Leigh Willams on all pass attempts and had checked other scoring plays of the Generals. The Big Blue was more than overconfident in the third quarter-the Big Blue was satisfied to rest on its laurels. It wasn't long until all Hades had broken loose. The third quarter was a nightmare. When the Wildcats covered Williams, "Monk" Mattox tossed passes to Thibodeau, who obligingly caught them. Before the 9,000 fans understood just what was happening, Thibo- deau sneaked around right end for a touchdown and Mitchell added the extra point. Not so many minutes -Photos by Starman, Lexington and Palm Beach. JOHNSON TACKLES ALABAMA'S SAFETY later Mattox plunged across the line and Mitchell tied the count at 14 to 14. The Wildcats stopped preening their feathers and got scared. Led by "Shipwreck" and Spicer the 'Cats turned loose a barrage of passes and runs that netted 19 points in the final quarter. Kentucky Won, but Kentucky had learned a lesson. Kentucky 47, Virginia 0 Coach Harry Gamage considered it anything but a compliment when the Virginia coach started a second string team and let it continue, and he forthwith used a revised lineup of his own to spank the Cavaliers. Vir- ginia's regular center and fullback started the game. Kentucky started a second string backfield and Baugh- man replaced Wright, star Wildcat tackle. The game was all Kentucky Without any real thrills until the last quarter. The crowd began to yell: "We want Kelly!" Gamage sent the fleet back into the game, and on the first play in which he participated, John Simms Kelly went 65 yards to a touchdown. On the last play from scrimmage of the game, Dick Richards shadowed Kelly's run by lugging the ball 70 yards for a touchdown. Ken- -PlLot0s by Sturman, Lexington and Palm Beach. -4-""" I l SINGTON. CLEMENTS 8: COMPANY STOP JOHNSON tucky won, but it wasn't anything to remember for pos- terity. Alabama 19, Kentucky 0 Seven Red Elephants from the Capstone provided a Waterloo for Kentucky's 1930 championship hopes on Stoll Field the afternoon of November 1, and the fans, licked worse than the Wildcats, reeled home to sulk for the remainder of the season. A mob of 24,000 formed a temporary bowl around Stoll Field to see Kentucky smothered under the red jer- sies of the Alabama line. Gamage tried all the big guns of his attack, but to no avail. 6'Shipwreck" Kelly, who was scheduled to run rings around the Crimson Tide, had no c.hance. He was smothered by the 'Bama rush line before he could get started. "Spinner" Campbell, "Flash" Suther and John Cain followed their brilliant line to three touchdowns. At the end of the half the score was 6 to 0, Alabama's touch- down coming as the result of a 44-yard pass. The Red Elephants ran amuck in the last quarter and pushed two touchdowns through a paralyzed Kentucky team. -Photos by Starman, Lexington and Palm Beach ALABAMA FAIIQS TO GAIN AT CENTER That night Alabama was the toast of the South. Kentucky had fallen victim to a machine that had cle- stroyed Vanderbilt and Tennessee on succeeding week- ends. Kentucky had awaited eight long years for a victory over the Crimson Tide and the sting of defeat so blinded certain Kentucky followers that interest lagged pitifully in the following games. Duke 14, Kentucky 7 Duke, the impatient baby of the Southern Confer- ence, jumped out of its cradle and crawled over a sluggish Kentucky team in its magnificent new stadium November 9. The Wildcats, still dazed by the Alabama defeat, played listlessly. Duke's never-say-die spirit, which had carried the Blue Devils to victory over the Navy and Villanova, swept Kentucky OH her feet in the first half, scoring seven points and six first downs to two for the Devils, but the Duke line was too wary to allow the 'Cats to tie the score. Richards passed to Andrews 25 yards for Kentucky's only marker, and Cavana drop kicked for the extra point. -Photos by Siarmcm, Lea :gt u and Palm Beau! I2 ,4-' A.. Q T. PHIPPS GAINS ON LINE PLUNGE Bridegroom Bill Murray and Kid Brewer led the Duke attack, each scoring a touchdown. Captain Floppy Forquer was the hero of the game. He stopped the Duke backs behind the line of scrimmage seven times for a total loss of 28 yards. And seven other times that the Devils failed to gain was too much Forquer. Kentucky 26, Virginia MiIita1'y Institute 0 The Wildcats emerged from the gloomy depths on November 15 to turn back the loyal sons of V. M. I. on a rain-soaked field. Captain Forquer, Howard Williams, Conrad Rose and Carey Spicer started their last home game. Kelly played less than a half, but turned in runs of 20, 32 and 44 yards, the last being good for a touchdown. Spicer earned for himself a niche in the Kentucky hall of fame by carrying the ball over for three touchdowns. Less than 4,000 persons, the smallest crowd to see Kentucky play in several years, watched the game. Tennessee 8, Kentucky 0 Of all the bitter battles in the feud between Ken- tucky and Tennessee, the game on November 27 will be --Photos by Starvmm, Leccington and Palm Beach. KELLY GETTING OFF HIS LONGEST PUNT OF THE SEASON one of the most memorable. The Volunteers won, 8 to 0, and without scoring a touchdown. Tennessee's bid for all-American quarterback honors, one Bobby Dodd, gave Knoxville material for hot stove gossip in the years to come when he turned in the most brilliant piece of generalship in his sparkling career. The best Bobby could muster in the way of touchdowns failed, but he took advantage of scoring opportunities that only a thoroughbred of the sport would recognize. Two field goals, perfectly executed by the toe of Charlie Kohlhase, and a safety, gave Tennessee the mar- gin of victory after three feverish years of waiting. Kentucky's line was stubborn to all attempts to cross its goal. In the lirst quarter the Volunteers advanced to within one inch of the promised land only to be re- pulsed. A flrst down on the 6-yard line went for naught. Time after time the Big Blue wall held firm, but the' generalship of Dodd wrote defeat across Kentucky's slate. Quarterback Carey Spicer and Captain Forquer led the desperate Kentucky attack. The entire team fought an inspired battle, but the punting of Dodd kept the Wildcats out of scoring distance. -Photos by Starmau., Lcwingion and Palm Bcucll. 31 . iiiiii ll -we ,531 H :Jian mi BUD CAVANA BREAKS THROUGH TO STOP CAMPBELL I lui - :Q 5.1 new w H ,l u Xe .,,,. -Qui. Tennessee decided that J. S. Kelly had not been over- publicized when he dashed 21 yards to place the ball on the Volunteer 22-yard line in the first quarter. An ankle injury in the second quarter slowed him down. Ken- tucky was defeated, but it was a glorious defeat. Wildcat Letter Men At the annual gridiron banquet held December 4, Ralph Wright, of Sturgis, Ky., was elected captain, and John S. Kelly, of Springfield, Ky., alternate captain of the 1931 Tlfildcat football team. Letters were awarded to 29 Wildcats as follows: Retiring Captain L. G. Forquer, Captain-elect Ralph Wright, Alternate Captain-elect John S. Kelly, Dick Richards, Tom Phipps, George Skinner, Ellis Johnson, Kenneth Andrews, Bob Kipping, Conrad Rose, Jack Phipps, George Yates, Darrell Darby, Max Colker, Rob- ert Baughman, Ollie Johnson, Carey Spicer, Frank Seale, Howard Williams, Cecil Urbaniak, George Bickel, Bud Cavana, Bo Myer, Lawrence McGinnis, Jake Bronston, Burton Aldridge, Tony Gentile, William Dysard and ,ii rw. 1 .e Manager Cal Hoskins. . -Photos by Starman, Lexington and Palm Beach KIPPING AND BRONSTON FURNISH KELLY SOME INTERFERENCE ff Y l l, l ll l Freshman Football Under the direction of Coach Birkett Lee Pribble, the Kentucky Fresh- men found very little opposition in their schedule of seven games. Stars from the high schools of all parts of Kentucky and neighboring states, answering Coach Pribble's call, formed an exceptionally large Kitten squad. The results of the season were as follows: Kittens 7-Kentucky Wesleyan Kittens . 55-M. M. I. . . Kittens . 35- Lee's Institute . ' Kittens . 39--Eastern Normal . iciaens 39- Univei-Say of Louisville ,I Kittens . 0- University of Tennessee Kittens . . . 42--Morehead Normal . Freshmen football players receiving numerals at the annual gridiron banquet December fourth were Jack Allen, Ralph Angellucci, L. E. Asher, Stanley Bach, Jack Barber, Tom Cassidy, R. H. Carruthers, Lawrence Cloyd, J. D'Annunzio, N. T. Duff, Louis Fiddler, G. Galloway, Robert Goodman, Robert Hickey, J. W. James, Floyd Jean, William Jacobs, Ralph Kercheval, H. Keys, Jess Kirby, Harvey Mattingly, O. B. Murphy, Ken- neth Nicholason, Douglas Parrish, K. Pate, Holton Pribble, J. Shoopman, David Thompson, and Russell Woolum. K P ,, 2... M XXX ' .W X John Sims "Shipwreck" Kellq I -5 Possibly the fleetest grid at star in the south and one of f Alr s Q the nation's outstanding back- : ' i 1931 football ca tain not onl D , Y f scintillates on the Kentucky 1 Wildcat football aggregation, but is one ,j of Coach Bernie Shively's outstanding .9 2 cinder artists, having co-captained the Q. 1931 track team with Bob Gibson. Kelly was acclaimed as one of the nation's four greatest sophomore gridders in 1929, and returned to the team this fall to run rough-shod through most of Kentucky's opposition. He is a great ball carrier, one of the best broken field runners the Wildcats have ever boasted, and is an expert blocker. I ,fa 1 W' ix ' , held men, Shipwreck Kelly, j 9" l i l li 1 ,A 'X BASKETBALL Y V f.7'S. 'Darsiiq Basketball By Daniel C'O0C1Il'1al'1 Facing the prospects of a somewhat dubious season as a result of a large loss of basketball material by graduation in 1930, and as a result of the introduction of the new fast break system to the boys of Kentucky, the netmen of the varsity bas- ketball squad fought their way through one of the most success- ful seasons in many years, to climb to the finals of the southern conference tournament only to lose one of the most heart-break- ing games ever played on the hardwood to the University of Maryland by a. score of 29 to 27. Fighting their way throught a total of fourteen games, ten of which were with southern conference teams, the Wildcats emerged from the season with only two losses, one being against a team which at another time was defeated by the 'Cats, While the team which downed the Kentucky men for the other loss failed to go as far in the tournament as did the Wildcats. The Kentucky quintet adapted itself in creditable fashion to the new fast break system used by Coach Adolph Rupp, and, winning favor from sports writers throughout the South during the season, with Captain Carey Spicer leading southern scorers, succeeded in plac- ing three of its men on the Associated Press' first all-Southern team, after the tournament tilts. With George Yates, stalwart center, making himself almost the unanimous choice for the all-Southern center position, Louis 'Lil' McGinnis led his team mates and all others in the tournament for scoring honors, and Carey Spicer followed closely to capture third place. Jake Bronston, sturdy guard for the 'Cats, won much praise from critics of the game in the South, while Ellis Johnson, sophomore guard, who was prevented by injury from playing in the last games of the season, and Charles Worthington, another sophomore who became a regular guard in the last games of the season, displayed ability which marked them as worthy of the team which brought so much fame to the Blue Grass. Bill Trott, another guard on the Kentucky five, proved a valuable man on the squad, while Darrell Darby and Aggie Sale, sophomore forwards, won much favorable comment, whenever called upon to aid the 'Cats in their fight for a conference victory. COACH RHPP ' Kentucky 67, Georgetown 19 Inaugurating a new system of basketball playing at Kentucky with the opening game of the season against Georgetown College Tigers, the Wildcats came out of the big end of the horn, by a score of 67 to 19. Coach Rupp used his entire squad of 17 players to trample the Tigers on the hardwood floor. Although the game was somewhat of a typical -Photos by Sturman, Lerrington and Palm Beach YATES MCGINNIS WORTHINGTON DARBY first season affair, with both teams playing erratic ball, it was evident that the Kentucky five was superior. Sale, playing his first game for the varsity, was high point man for the evening with 19 points, while McGinnis was second with 16 tallies. Kentucky 42, Marshall 26 The second game of the season was a charity game played with Marshall College, of West Virginia, which was held during the Christmas holidays. The Wildcats We1'e subjected to a slight scare, but came out with the long end of the score on their side, 42 to 26. McGin- nis and Yates were the high scorers for Kentucky, getting 15 and 13, respectively. Kentucky 41, Berea 25 The Big Blue team won its third consecutive victory of the season by defeating the Berea. College five by a 41 to 25 score. The game was marked by bad passes and repeated misses, especially the first half. In the second half, Sale, who replaced Captain Spicer at forward and who was later moved to center when Yates was pulled, displayed a remarkable ability under the basket, and was high scorer with 16 points. McGinnis was next highest with a total of 13 tallies. Both Jake Bronston and Ellis Johnson gave an exhibition of adeptness at breaking up close-in passes and taking the ball off the backboard. Kentucky 33, Clemson 21 Plunging into their first Southern Conference game with the same sort of form they displayed in previous games, the 'Cats showed considerable improvement toward the final minutes of the game, and succeeded in defeating the Clemson Tige1's of South Carolina by a 33 to 21 score. The game was marked by infrequent scoring in the first half, Kentucky getting only three field goals and the Tigers only one by the end of the half. The Tigers threatened in the second half by forging to a lead, 7 to 10, but the 'Cats soon overcame the South Carolinans, and added nine points in the next four minutes. Sale, who replaced Yates in the lineup, ran wild, and succeeded in making an average of three points a minute for three minutes. The Kentucky men were in the lead, 33 to 15, when Coach Rupp sent his reserves into the game. Clemson made the best of the final two minutes, adding six points to the score. Kentucky hit 11 out of 34 tries in the second half, while Clemson made five out of 28. Scoring honors for the evening went to Sale and McGinnis, who tied with 11 points each. "Little" McGinnis played his usual aggressive game, with Johnson and Bronston show- ing excellent defensive work. Kentucky 31, Tennessee 23 A crowd of more than 10,000 fans, one of the largest ever to wit- ness a basketball game in the University gymnasium, saw the Wild- cats defeat the Volunteers from the University of Tennessee by a score of 31 to 23 in the second consecutive conference victory for the Kentucky team. The Tennessee five was forced to resort to blocking when it could not solve the fast breaking offense used by the 'Cats. The Volunteers had the lead on the Big Blue for most of the first period, but the 'Cats, coming from behind just before the bell rang, held the topmost position at the rest period, 16 to 15. In the second half, Kentucky was master of the hardwood, outscoring the Volun- cl-.prxm swam teers by 7 to 2 field. goals. At the end, McGinnis was leading scorer of -Photos by Starmrm, Lea: gton and Palm Beach. v-gig-nw Mr- V , Y 1,7 W ,M 1, CAVANA SKINN ER TROTT KLEISER the evening, with 10 points. Spicer and Yates tied for second with 8 points. Coach Rupp made only one substitution, allowing Kleiser to play for Spicer in the first period long enough to give the 'Wildcat captain some instructions. Kentucky committed eight fouls, while Ten- nessee committed 14. Kentucky 55, Chattanooga 18 The last non-conference tilt for the Big Blue was with the Moccasins of Chattanooga who were trampled by the overwhelming score of 55 to 18. Spicer was high point man, with 13 baskets, while Yates and McGinnis tied forlsecond. Kentucky 42, Vanderbilt 37 In the third Southern Conference tilt, the Wildcats met the Vanderbilt Commodores, and put up a brilliant last half to win by a 42 to 37 score. Spicer was again the outstanding man on the floor, piling up the enormous total of 27 points. The floor work of McGinnis and the close guarding of Bronston and Johnson featured the game. Kentucky 36, Tennessee 32 The greatest scare of the season thus far came when the University of Tennessee Volun- teers overcame an 18 point lead to tie the 'Cats at the bell, only to be put down to a 36 to 32 defeat after the five-minute play-off. Spicer and Worthington saved the day for the 'Cats in the extra period, throwing in one field goal each. Kentucky 23, Washington ci Lee 18 Overcoming a seven-point lead caused by a hectic exhibition of playing in the first half, the Wildcats fought their way to the top and defeated the Washington and Lee Generals by a 23 to 18 score, in one of the most important conference tilts of the season. The game was featured by the excellent playing of Darrell Darby, making his debut, as a substitute, for Captain Spicer. Darby made 10 points. Worthington, substituting for Johnson, who was sufering with a sprained ankle, put up an exhibition of outstanding playing. Kentucky 38, Georgia Tech 34 In one of the fastest games of the season, the Kentucky netters upset the Golden Tornado of Georgia Tech by a score of 38 to 34. Captain Carey Spicer was high point man, with a total of 20 points. Georgia Tech took the lead at the beginning of the game, but iirst one My-Q pplu N vpwhhgg team and then another held it throughout the game. Long Shots fea- t ' ,Q ' tured the playing on both sides. Georgia 25, Kentucky 16 The Kentucky team suffered its first defeat of the season by losing to the Georgia Bulldogs by a 25 to 16 score. The defeat at the hands of the Bulldogs caused Kentucky to drop to second place in the South- ern Conference standing, with the Bulldogs holding the top post. 'Little' McGinnis was high scorer for Kentucky, with 6 points, while Yates followed with 4. Clemson 29, Kentucky 26 The Wildcats suffered their second defeat of the season at the hands of the Clemson Tigers, who upset the dope bucket by emerging with the long end of a 29 to 26 score. Spicer led in scoring honors, with 12 points. Kentucky 35, Georgia Tech 15 After losing two games on two consecutive nights, the Wildcats Lmvm, MANAGER regained their former stride to trample the Georgia Tech Tornado -Photos by Strirmrm Lexington and Palm Beach T iff' A-Y 1 5355 --3.3 .. I V I l C, . ' . . ' ' . ' Tax 1:-Fl' E ' 1 ?f3'f fl5? ' AL J,-V 2.51: .- : tm , ,Q 1 ll 'H .V M a r fliagf 'L ' .gl 1- gajf W ,ymmia-.W ,gi lil A - 'ii f' . 'gl ' 1: .. . x 0 alt . .gy I, EN J A: ' ' ' ' "4 . X"-Sill, 1, if 'Q-J" . , - . I l A 2 . .4 :ff llf etfa ki. A :-' V 1. li 1 R. 1 . , .ai ,fi ' . . -' .1 if. iii. 1' . . Y H. ' c 1 ' 'i . ln ' ,Q U' , 1 s- , - ., il .5 I V we 413 .325 1 aj.l,. eg tl ,- . 1 5 g ,X ,, i Q, ,JIM N . :.i,,,,!,l.E X., , F . . x .I i , 1 -1 , W. 4 1. , MA ,i 7 ' -5, .V :L u, ':.,.,rvg N - ff '- . . its 'lv ' ' M. .1 In .. .1 :f " ' .--' 10 ii - , . .- i Ji" ' fe: - ' I " I , If ff Lin' - L ... I' '-1 :if "f1Q?'fS'i'ri3i3 - A1533 -4 .- ' i ' ' 5,- . I K A H , 1 U , . X531-3.3-3 - . 5 I 1, 1 x f nine, , - . V. -5. V a . ,:- I' - :-ww 5- ' 1' -. J, 'S ' 5.15 - .-1 yfiruqrlc, I. ,:. V .V , X .V .m..,L?,,. use ... . V , .I I ., N I fi :Q ' .j i i4,,i:f,,e.:iQiiLga . . 1 I , K , -- 1-' e - .- 1 .,-. ,1.ef.i."', fy- ,- Yr s "' If lie' 1 H ' 1 ' W l W 'I ' - . 1 1 wie ' ' , - - 1 ' ' ' .1 W I -N M -- ' ,f " 'sexi ' ii. ' " " J' . 1' ,if ' " " -if ' f' """1 ' 'Z ' .' H N i 'Y if ' H 5 ' it 1 s - V , -'. , 1 . ,, . ' Q ' : S , f -. rf 5 , 1. Q .g. .3 .. ' ' 2 s -V '-4, 1 ,, h 1 J . - Y .. . gl ,wr I r, 1,4 it . 4' F 1 QU .nh fi-1 E, J. I ,EL - ' 71 JK ' 1 -- ,Q V ew 5 1 '. g - lggrg V , 1 . "1 V' 9 it . TJ 'H ' - ' - 1 si . . 1 W wr- ff 1 1 -, , .U ,-, ,. . ...i 3, ,..,.f,,.V-Q.,-, 'Qj,.,l f 4 -F75 BELL LITTLE SALE LAVIN by the decisive score of 35 to 16. George Yates was high point man and outstanding player of the evening, scoring 12 baskets. Kentucky 43, Vanderbilt 23 Playing their last game of the season in the university gymnasium, the Wildcats trounced the Commodores from Vanderbilt University by a score of 43 to 23. Carey Spicer, playing his last home game for Kentucky, proved a bug bear for the Commodores, and was high point man of the evening, with 14 points. 'Lil' Mac, also playing his last home game, made 9 baskets. SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Kentucky 33, North Carolina State 28 The Kentucky netmen started off with considerable force in the first rounds of the Southern Conference tournament in Atlanta, Georgia, to down the Wolf Pack from North Carolina State by a score of 33 to 28. George Yates, although suffering with an attack of' flu, proved to be the Kentucky flash for the evening, tying with his team mates Spicer and McGinnis with 10 points each for scoring honors. Kentucky 35, Duke 30 Playing in the second round of the tournam ent, Kentucky took sweet revenge from the Duke University Blue Devils for a defeat in the semi-nnals of the 1930 tournament, by upsetting the Devils to win by a 35 to 30 score. The Blue Devils put up stiff resistance in the second half, outscoring the 'Cats 20 to 12, but failing to overcome the lead which McGinnis aided the 'Cats to acquire by scoring 14 points in the first half. 'Little' Mac's total score for the evening was 18, placing him at the top in the tournament scoring column. Kentucky 56, Florida 35 Setting a record for team scoring during the tournament as well as an individual scoring record, the Kentucky Wildcats trampled the Alligators from the University of Florida by a 56 to 35 score in the semi-finals of the Southern Conference tournament held in Atlanta, Georgia. Spicer, Captain of the Big Blue, set the individual scoring record for the tourna- ment by amassing the tremendous total of 22 points during the fracas. Yates scored 16 points, While McGinnis threw in 13 tallies. Coach Rupp took out his regulars in the last min- utes of the second half, and the auditorium rocked with cheers as the boys left the hardwood. Kentucky 27, Maryland 29 After rising to such heights as to almost see victory gleaming only a few seconds away, the University of Kentucky Wildcats, having succeeded in reaching the finals of the tourna- ment by decisive scores, lost a game which would have given them the championship of the Southern Conference, to the Old Liners of the University of Maryland, by a score of 29 to 27. The 'Cats were in the lead only one time during the game, but that one lead was just one minute before the final bell, and it was only a combination of two of the most spec- tacular plays ever seen on the hardwood which enabled the Old Liners to regain their lead and capture the victory. Maryland outplay ed Kentucky in the first half. A brilliant field goal exhibition by Bronston and McGinnis, revived the Wildcats' lost vigor, and enabled them to climb toward the position which tied the score at 25 all, just two minutes before the game ended. It was 'Lil' McGinnis who then threw in a field goal from the sidelines, giving Ken- tucky the lead, 27 to 25. But Maryland's center tossed in a neat goal, again tying the score. The ball Went back to center. Berger, guard for the Old Liners, took the tip-OE, and fired from the middle of the floor. The ball sailed through the net, and Kentucky's hopes were sunk. The bell sounded before play could be resumed. f - If x' il' .X iv l l JlLb-SOUTHERN, 1931 1 ', L- 1 w 'K ':. 1- ,gf Q 4 L i 53 le 1 L .E X N K . MCGINNIS SPICER, Forward Forward-Captain Captain Carey Spicer and "Little" McGinnis, the two retiring Wildcat star forwards have both established enviable records. Spicer is one of the nation's outstanding leaders. He led his teammates to twelve victories out of only fourteen contests in the regular playing season and went to the Southern Conference tournament as one of the South's high point bas- keteers. "Little" McGinnis, Kentucky's midget star, has never received the credit he deserved. He has always played a good consistent game for Ken- tucky. In the tournament, as in the regular playing season, "Little Mac" proved to be too much for his husky opponents and emerged as its highest scorer. Spicer is also a well known veteran of the gridiron. f XX. fs W l JILL-SCUTHERN, 1931 X l I N l .li J" if' 'l P q 2271 YATES BRONSTON Center-Captain-elect Guard-Captain-elect George Yates and Jake Bronston, the co-captains of the 1932 Wildcat team, emerged with a "bang" from last year's substitute line-up and un- doubtedly played their part in carrying the team through a very successful season and up to the finals in the Southern Conference tournament. Yates Won the admiration of the multitudes when he Went to the tournament and played in every game with a high fever. Kentucky's supporters held their breaths for fear that each hard fought game would put him out of the line- up, but each time he came back with the same fight and determination which undoubtedly Won him his well-deserved position on the Mystic Five. Jake went through the Whole season with the ease and consistency which characterize his game. He is one of the few athletes who seems never to have an "off-night." f MK. ,ff A ' - ? XX Freshman Basketball Opening the season with a total of six games scheduled, the freshmen of the University of Kentucky came out on top in the first encounter by defeating the Kentucky Wesleyan frosh by a score of 44 to 18, and con- tinued throughout the season to emerge with what might be called a fairly successful season by winning iive of the six games, the last with the Blue Devils of Henry Clay high school by a score of 28 to 19. The Kittens' two defeats were at the hands of the Eastern frosh, who downed the Greenies on two occasions, and succeeded to do other teams in like manner, winning the frosh championship of Kentucky with a perfect record. In the first game of the season, the Kittens went into an easy lead and succeeded in holding it throughout the game. Neal led the attack for the Greenies, with a total of 17 points. Demoisey was second, with 11 tallies. The Kittens were subjected to their first defeat of the season in the second game on schedule, when they lost to the Eastern frosh by a score of 22 to 21. The score was tied twice in the Iirst half and twice in the second, with the lead see-sawing from one team to another. Polsgrove was high point man of the evening, getting 8 baskets. After losing to the Eastern team, the Greenies came back into good form and emerged from an encounter with the frosh of the University of Louisville, victorious by a score of 42 to 22. George led the Kitten attack, running up a total of 13 points. In the fourth contest of the season, the Kittens faced the University of Louisville basketeers for the second time, and for the second time, also, were on top at the final bell, winning by a 32 to 18 score. The entire team played consistent ball, Polsgrove leading the scorers with 10 points. When the Kittens faced the Eastern frosh for the second time of the season, the Greenies were again subject to the same superior team which had downed them for their only defeat, and were forced to submit to an 18 to 13 defeat. Kercheval and Polsgrove were leaders for the Kentucky Kittens. Going into the last game of the season with the dope on their side because they were playing a somewhat smaller team the frosh of the University of Kentucky used their superior size to subject the Blue Devils 'of Henry Clay high school of Lexington to a 29 to 19 defeat. Demoisey, Polsgrove, and George all showed up well for the Greenies. Demoisey was high point man for the Kittens, with 11 baskets. , l li N l l Xi ii fix H i A M ,S BASEBALL 4 W ge ff? -g-'J-,,.. Uarsitq Baseball COACH DEVEREUX By L. W. McMurray Despite the fact that four regulars, Captain Gilb, Layman, Cole, and Covington, were lost by the graduation route, Coach J. R. "Pat" DevereuX's 1930 baseball team enjoyed a fairly successful season. Out of a total of thirteen games played, the 'Cats were able to win seven, lose five, and play one thirteen-inning tie with the University of Cincinnati. Two outstanding characteristics of the season were the notable performances of Captain Raymond Rhoads in the role of "Iron Man" of the squad and the unusual interest that was taken in at mediocre team by the student body. At the end of the season letters were awarded to Captain Rhoads, Augustus, Barnes, Dunn, Howard, Kelly, Kellogg, Kruger, McBrayer, Maus- er, Murphy, McMurray, Trott, Ohr, Toth, Urbaniak, and Lawrence Shropshire, student manager. Kentucky 3, Miami 2 The opening game of the season with the Big Red squad from Oxford, Ohio, was one of the fastest games of the year. McBrayer, who started the fray, was forced to retire in the third. He and Augustus were replaced by Rhoads and Barnes. Captain Rhoads' pitch- ing was superb, and the Kentucky diamonders made only two errors. Kentucky 8, Ohio State 6 Ohio State, contender for Big Ten honors during the season, came to Lexington April 4 determined to return with two Kentucky scalps, but Captain Rhoads led the Buckeyes through the first stanza of the two-game series to the tune of an 8-6 victory for Kentucky. Fesler, all-American end, and his running-mate, Fontaine, nipped Rhoads for successive home runs in the seventh. Ohio used four pitchers, all of whom were wild, giving Kentucky four unearned runs. Kentucky 6, Ohio State 7 McBrayer pitched good ball until the ninth inning of the second Ohio State game when he retired in favor of Rhoads. The Scotchman got in "Dutch" in the first two innings, but settled down till the final frame. Fontaine, Fesler, and Hess, of Ohio, and Kruger, Augustus, and Urbaniak of Kentucky hit doubles to make the game close. RHOADS MCBRAYER MURPHY BARNES KELLY Kentucky 0, Ohio State 5 On April 14, 15, the Big Blue went to Columbus to renew hostilities with Ohio State. Klink, with the slowest of slow balls, set the Devereux men down in order for the first and only shut-out game of the season. Captain Rhoads pitched well but errors behind him spelled the margin of defeat. ' Kentucky 3, Ohio State 5 McMurray, making his debut as a varsity pitcher, was unsteady, and after issuing a home run to Hinchman, was relieved by McBrayer who pitched the remainder of the game like a veteran, despite a sore arm. Infield errors, plus the Wildcats' inability to hit, brought their downfall, leaving Ohio State with three of the four-game series. 'Kentucky 2, Illinois 1 Eight Illinois batsmen "whiEed" the air in search of Rhoads' offerings when the boys from the Cornbelt came to Lexington. This was the second fastest game of the season. The Big Ten Boys were continually trying to steal home, but Barnes met them just in front of the plate-he liked contact. Kentucky 8, Vanderbilt 4 Such free-swinging football giants as "Bull" Brown, Schwartz, and McElwain were responsible-for four runs in the first inning of the first game between the 'Cats and Com- modores. Rhoads came back and held them scoreless during the remainder of the game. McBrayer hit for the circuit in the first to climax a three-run rally. ' Kentucky 5, Vanderbilt 13 Cn the following day, Vanderbilt pounced upon McBrayer for five runs in the first inning of the second game of the series. Howard replaced McBrayer until Schwartz touched him for a home run. McMurray pitched the remainder of the game. The Wildcats were erratic in fielding and couldn't hit the "wrinkle on a prune." - Kentucky 3, Miami 8 4 The Big Red boys from Miami won their second game with the Kentucky diamonders due to the reappearance of the error jinx in the Big Blue's infield. Rhoads was robbed of cer- tain victory, for he pitched masterful ball. Kellogg's hitting was a feature of the game. TOTH URBANIAK HOWARD MCMUR-RAY KRUGER Kentucky 3, Cincinnati 3 Coach Devereux started a revamped team against the University of Cincinnati at the Queen City. McMurray pitched the first six innings in a creditable manner and was relieved in the seventh by Rhoads who led the Bearcats the route to a thirteen-inning 3 3 tie Uibaniak hit a home run, and Kruger had some "hustle" around third. Kentucky 16, St. Xavier 4 St Xavier was unable to make the game interesting to the 'Cats who gave Rhoads and Howaid almost perfect support. Rhoads struck out eight men and got three hits out of foul times 'Lt the plate including a home run. Box Score of Kentucky's 1930 Baseball Season-Batting P12.yB1' Urbaniak . . . . . . Rhoads . . Augustus Kelly . . . Kellogg . . Murphy . . Barnes . . . . . . Mauser . . Trott .... McBrayer Toth .... Kruger . . Ohr ..... McMurray Howard .... . Hundley . Dunn . . . Stoifel . . . AB R 1B 2B 55 10' 17 2 38 11 12 1 39 6 9 3 26 7 3 0 49 3 13 2 32 6 5 3 42 4 3 1 33 4 6 0 25 3 4 1 36 4 6 0 12 3 1 1 34 5 3 0 A 3 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 0 0 4 1 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 0 O 0 0 AV. .381 .368 .333 .308 .306 .281 .238 .212 .200 .194 .166 .088 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 AUGUSTUS OI-IR KELLOGG IVIAUSER. TROTT Kentucky 9, Tennessee 3 Knoxville was the next stopover for Coach Devereux and his cohorts, and the Tennes- see Volunteers, including "Bull" McEver and Bobby Dodd of football fame, were the victims of a 9-3 lacing. Rhoads Went the route, getting eight strike-outs. Kentucky's infield was invincible. Kentucky 4, Cincinnati 2 The final game of the season marked the last appearance of Captain Rhoads in a Wildcat uniform. He fanned the last two batters to face him in intercollegiate baseball. The infield rose to great heights to play its only errorless game of the season. Augustus got a home run. Box Score of Kentucky's 1930 Baseball Season-Fielding Player BB SB HP A AV. Kellogg . . . . 9 8 1 0 1.000 Trott . . . . 0 1 3 0 1.000 Kelly . . . . 6 6 0 1 1.000 Rhoads . . . . 2 1 0 32 .974 Kruger . . . . 8 5 1 12 .973 McBrayer . . . 3 4 2 8 .973 Barnes . . . . 5 1 1 7 .949 Augustus . . . 2 3 1 30 .924 Murphy . . . . 7 5 3 1 .920 Urbaniak . . . 4 6 0 33 .803 Toth ..... . 3 2 2 9 .789 Ohr ..... . 3 1 0 0 .750 Mauser .... . 7 3 0 14 .720 McMurray . . . . 0 0 0 O .000 Howard . . . . 0 0 0 0 .000 Hundley . . . . 0 0 0 0 .000 Dunn .... . 0 0 0 0 .000 Stoffel .......... 0 O 0 0 .000 CODE: G, gamesg AB, at batg R, runsg 1B, singlesg 2B, two-bagg BB, three-bagg HR., home runs: SH, sacriiice hits: SO, struck out: BB, base on balls: SB, stolen baseg - HP, hit by pitcher: PO, mit out: A, assists: E, errors. X H l .---f""---H' Freshman Baseball Boasting one of the best iniields in the history of freshman baseball at Kentucky, Coach Johnny Mauer's fenceblasters put away their war clubs with the memory of a perfect season of six victories and no defeats. With Ellis, Male High school product, on the mound the Greenies gave the Danville Deaf and Dumb school a 9 to 5 trimming on the latter's dia- mond. Hogue garnered a home run in this tilt. Irvine High school was the next victim for the Kittens on Stoll field, the score being 4 to 2. Ellis and Lavin formed the freshman battery and were never in trouble. M. M. I. came to Lexington in search of trophies for their barracks and got one in the form of a 17 to 3 setback. Worthington and Kreuter hit homers for the freshmen. Ellis, Wooten, Lavin, and Gilbert were in charge of the mound and backstop assignments. Lavin, freshman first-string catcher, furnished the only thrill in the second game with Danville Deaf and Dumb school by blasting the pellet out of sight long enough to touch all four bases. The score was 17 to 0 for the freshmen. Everything happened in the game played on Irvine High school's dia- mond while the Kittens nosed out the Demons 13 to 12. Kentucky led 9 to 0 at the fifth inning when Ellis lost control and was followed by Ald- ridge, Sanford, and Wooten in the order named. Wooten pitched the first half of the second game with M. M. I. at Mil- lersburg. and was replaced by Ellis who finished the game which went to the frosh 10 to 4. At the end of the season numerals were awarded to Lavin, Ellis, Kaempffe, Kreuter, Hogue, Worthington, Tucker, Carney, Engel, Wooten, Shields, Luther, Aldridge, Frye, and Sanford. 1.77 'S . H ! TRACK 47's ff Uarsitq Track N ' . ' if Zffrf-.F fi I liqfilifi M , ,YR 1 , fe- f,s5fgfL'? 91,1 ft .'-" 1 '-J .' ,:f'. 'V . . '-.. ' "1' E ' I, .. S, '1 ,i X, I Mu ,H v X f Digi E M I it Jr I Y ,i I . 1 N si s Q at , ik E Q All ae A like , With John Simms "Shipwreck" Kelly's long, rapier-like stride as the pace, Coach Bernie Shively's track men managed to break the tape in four of five dual meets. The Wildcats had an evenly balanced team and enjoyed a successful season. At the close of the season, letters were awarded to Captain Hayes Owens, Kelly, Wright, O'Bryant, Thomasson, Jones, Cavana, Ruttencutter, Porter, Hieber, Wieman, Gibson, Twaddell, Roberts, Thorn, Williams, Shipley, Johnson, and D. H. Pritchett, student manager. Kentucky, 87 2-3,' Georgetown, 29 1-3 For the second consecutive year the Kentucky thinlies opened the season with Georgetown and submerged the Orange and Gold neighbors beneath a heavy score. Only two Wildcats failed to score in the meet. Kelly set the pace by taking first in the 100-yard dash, broad jump, and 220-yard dash. Georgia Tech Relays Coach Shively sent four men to represent Kentucky in the Tech relays. The relay team, composed of Owens, O'Bryant, Jones, and Thomasson, won the 2-mile relay championship of the South. The time was 8:9.8, slower than the record time. In the meet, Kentucky downed crack teams from Florida and Louisiana. Kelly was disqualified in the 100-yard dash for beating the gun. fa, 236 sr 4 1, til t ll X. lx Uarsiiq Track rl! Kentucky, 65 1-2,' Vanderbilt, 51 1-2 it kv' Kelly, with 15 points, and excellent feats by O'Bryant, Cavana, Wil- l liarns, Roberts, and Porter were the main reasons for a slight victory over l Vanderbilt. Kelly ran the 100-yard dash in 10 seconds. Kentucky, 495 Tennessee, 68 The Tennessee Vols were the only team to give the Wildcats a setback in a dual meet. Although Kelly amassed 18 points, lack of strength in field events meant defeat. Kentucky, 73 I-2,' Sewanee, 43 I-2 Three University of Kentucky records were broken and "Shipwreck" Kelly took three first places as the 'Cats won a dual meet from the Sewanee Tigers. Kentucky men scored in every event. Kentucky, 68 I-2,' Cincinnati, 62 1-2 When the last event of this dual meet, the two-mile relay, was called, f Kentucky was leading by one point. The Wildcats captured this event in an impressive manner. Kelly took four firsts and a second. Captain Owens made 13 points. N Southern Conference Meet , Coach Shively sent the nucleus of his team to Birmingham, Alabama, ' where the best track men in Dixie assembled. Kelly took second in the l , 220-yard dash and Thomasson was fourth in the 880-yard run. l , 1 Aff l x + 7- ?i Y X. Freshman Track X ' V 1 l 11,,"'- if-"" , , ,L " . Y , W Starting the season with a large amount of green material, Coach M. E. Potter managed to develop a freshman track team of considerable ability. The team engaged in five meets with the results of three wins and two losses. They won from the Georgetown, Tennessee, and Ole Mississippi freshmen, and lost to the Mississippi A. 8: M., and Vanderbilt freshmen. The track numeral men were H. Baker, C. R. Clark, Harry Emmerich, Malcolm Foster, Carl Gottlieb, M. Darnell, Jack I-Iersch, B. Luther, R. McGaughy, J. Maddox, Leland Mahan, Horace Miner, C. Mulligan, Frank Seale, George Skinner, B. Spellman, E. Tracy, S. O. Tuttle, and E. Tarley. Z Z N 1 ,7 XX muon sPoR'rs iw J' P w I W: l N A x R3 V 1 -A 122391 f A i XL nw 1 Z fl' 2 l N l I I Ll l . li GOT Golf took its place among the minor sports at the university last year. The pioneer team in this ancient and royal sport, under the leadership of Coach J. Catron Jones, enjoyed unusual success. In a tournament held at Louisville the state title was won and the season end- ed with wins over Centre, St. Xavier, and Kentucky Wesleyan, the latter being defeated twice. Vanderbilt was the only team to hand the Kentucky golfers a defeat. At the end of the season letters were awarded to Captain Kenneth Larmee, Maxon, Buskie, and Lussky. Those receiving' numerals on the fresh- man team were Hardwick and Watson. , l lf ll 'l H rx l th' l I I, l ZQTFTS f i S l S Uarsiiq Tennis xx 1 tn ing! Ly L 1' Although Coach H. H. Downing and his 1930 tennis team were unable to finish the season with a clean slate, it was regarded as unusually suc- cessful in that some of the nation's outstanding teams were played. The schedule was one of the most ambitious ever to be undertaken by a Ken- tucky team. A total of eleven games was played of which the 'Cats won seven, lost three, and tied one. Games were dropped to the College of the City of Detroit, Vanderbilt University, and the University of Cincinnati, which was one of the strongest teams in the central part of the country. Those receiving letters were Captain Rawlings Ragland, Joe Kee, Earl Senff, Carey Spicer, Bruce Farquhar, Frank Davidson, and Clay Brock, Y student manager. SEASON'S RESULTS April 15, defeated Berea College . 7-0 April 17, tied Georgia Tech . 3-3 April 19, lost to Vanderbilt . . 1-5 April 21, defeated Sewanee . . 5-2 April 22, defeated Tennessee . . 4-2 April 24, lost to Detroit College . . . 2-5 May 2, defeated St. Xavier . . . 6-0 l May 3, lost to University, of Cincinnati . 1-5 , May 6, defeated Georgetown . . . 4-2 1 May 21, defeated Berea .... 7-0 May 24, defeated St Xavier . . 8-0 P ge 2411 J A .ffi lil p , YY, Freshman Tennis Coach H. H. Downing's yearling racqueteers engaged in nine matches, Winning five, losing three, and tying one. St. Xavier, as usual, proved to be too much for the Kittens. The game with Bellevue was tied when halted by an April shower. The numeral men in this sport were James Bishop, James Brough, Roger Klein, F. T. Mann, and Malcolm Foster. Kentucky Kentucky , Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky I Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky The Season's Results 2-Bellevue . . . 2 4- University High . 2 6- Lexington High . 1 4- Georgetown High . . 3 3-Covington Tennis club 2 1- Withrow High . 4 0- St. Xavier . 5 1-St. Xavier . . 4 4-Lexington High 0 . 1.7 lk 2 xx Z z"" .1 Q .:' -' -Y S. A, i.. Y AX Rifle Team The Hrst varsity riiie team to represent the university enjoyed an unusually successful season, losing only 3 of a total of 33 matches. The heritage of steady nerve and unfaltering aim of Kentucky pioneers was exemplified by the creditable manner in which the varsity team hit the bull's eye. Ohio State, University of Cincinnati and University of Missouri alone succeeded in outscoring' the Kentuckians. Matches were Won from New York Stock Exchange, Culver Military Academy, Indiana University, University of Tennessee and Alabama as well as other leading teams of the country. Letters were awarded to R. L. Allison, R. L. Bradbury, C. M. Christie, E. F. Crady, William Eades, W. E. Florence, A. M. Henderson. J. M. Laughlin, T. P. Mantz, Alvin McGary, L. S. Payton, and Cecil Smith. ' K 'gf ,? - Ap Intramural S orts Intramural sports began at the University of Kentucky as far back as the year 1905. At that time track was the favorite sport and competition was conducted between classes. No more was heard of intramural sports from that date until 1916. In that year four class teams of football were organized and these teams practiced throughout the football season with the varsity and then ended the fall season by playing a round robin for the university championship. Baseball and basketball teams were also organized. From 1916, until 1926, a period of ten years, intramural sports were conducted by the various athletic coaches of the university. The program included football, basketball, track, and baseball. In 1926, M. E. Potter who came to the University of Kentucky as intramural director, introduced tennis, horseshoe pitching, volley ball, and organized the department on a more definite plan. In 1929, intramural sports were continued under the direction of Pro- fessor Sid Robinson. In 1930 the department was placed under the direction of C. W. Hackensmith. The program has increased with the growth of the student body. With the advent of the 1930 season football, handball, indoor golf, and bowling have been introduced into the program of the department. M img :P-44 ACTIVITIES N X 1? , I x .71 S ff N -'X N N o o u o 1 X Jlmencan Sociehg of C1111 l Enqineers llniversihg of Kenluckq Chapter OFFICERS WARNER FORD .... . . President VVILLIAM P. FAULCONER Vice-President R. L. MOORMAN . . Treasurer W. D. KELLY . . . Secretary D. V. TERREL ..... Faculty Sponsor SENIOR MEMBERS N R. C. Aldrich H. S. Gloster C. B. Owens Q If C. P. Brown S. N. Goller L. S. Payton I S. A. Combs R. H. Gunter S. H. Perrine W. B. DeBoe J. F. Harris Wm. Sauer Ben Farber R. H. Lyddan M. Standard W. P. Faulconer W. W. Ford H. E. Bland J. R. Butts F. M. Cutler S. L. Davenport E. G. Dunning T. A. Gregg H. M. Hill R. E. I-Iisle D. V. Terrell W. L. Moore G. B. McCormick J. W. Newman JUNIOR MEMBERS Honey Jones Kastner Kelley Markhaln Moorman J. R. S. W. C. R. W. D. A. T. R. L. C. N. McGraw Charles L. Newman H. D. Regan FACULTY MEMBERS W. A. Newman N. Schwartzman R. W. Sternberg E. T. Riley R. C. Scott H. D. Shouse C. F. Spencer John S. Willialns J. W. W'hipp C. A. Wliitakei' Carol L. Yoder W. J. Carrel I ,U N H I X 1 l I fl M IPGLQE 246 w U 1 Z N Ni B M i MOORE PERRINE OWENS PEYTON SHOUSE STERNBERG STANDARD COMBS SCHWARTZMAN BROWVN DEBBOE ALDRICH , FORD FARBER GOLLER. HARRIS GUNTER I GLOSTER. FAULCONER. LYDDAN' MCCORMICCK SAUER Page 2471 J X ff --'xxik tl Block and Bridle Club lf' Colors: Royal Purple and Navy Blue Flower: Lilac OFFICERS J. GIVEN DYE . - . President J. H MOORE . . Vice-President J. A. WHEELER . . .... T1-easui-Q YANDAL WRATHER . Secretary Finst Semester l E. A. BAUTE . Secretary Second Semester MEMBERS Theodore Milby Noble Baily William B. Collins Robert Davenport William E. Florence George Harris W. G. Survant W. C. Scott Seymour E. Travis Richard Walter G. B. Leonard Ivan Jett J. T. Cochran C. L. Conley Malcolm Lyons Edward E. Ball Hyman Levy Ercel B. Little Scott McClain Henry Quisenberry Vincent Brandow Buford Cobb Keith Venable Lee Evans f Ill ., , 'N rv N I sm Hx 1' ,,,.,- fx If - i P r W i N . x ? A 1 i M W J ETT SURVANT BAILEY COC HRAN VVHEELER SCOTT MILBY FLORENCE DYE WALTER Page 2491 A ' l M M 1 'f'-- C . W ' Clirls Cilee BUENA C. MATHIS IMOGENE YOUNG . ROBERTA HULETTE . MARY C. CARTER Loretta Bitterman Jane Bland Caroline Brown Joanne Carringan Mary Cooper Carter Martha Chapman Mollie M. Cody Hilda Cooper Erma Cox Martha Darnaby Dorothy Day Helen Darnell Eunice Jane Denton Velma Devers Mabel Fisher Beryl Hardy Mary Grace Heavenridge Harriet Holliday OFFICERS MEMBERS Alice Jane Howes Roberta Hulette Clara Imies Margaret Jefferson Norma, Lambert Martha Lewis Frances Long Lela, Mason Buena Mathis Betty Matz Alice McDonald Elizabeth McDowell Mary L. McDowell Ruth McMonig1e Flossie Minter Lois N eal Hazel Nollau aw! 5 lim Club . . Presldent . Vice-President . Secretary T1'B3SUI'61' Mollie Mack Olfut Bobble Patrick Maxine Randolph Ena Petty Polly Reese Lois Robinson Margaret Roser Myra Dee Rice Ruth Rule Peggy Thompson Margaret Smoot Mary Taylor Dorothy Thompso Mary Trlsch Ethel Whitlow Eleanor Wiard Imogene Young Marjorie Weaver ll fl X wage 250 4 N 4 A Z .,-R fl X X I u Ilorwoocl mininq and 'J' melallurqical Socieiq STUDENT BRANCH OF AMERICAN INSTITUTE J. D. LANCASTER . . ART K. THORNBERY AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERS OFFICERS E. C. BRANDENBURGH . J. A. PURNELL E. C. Braudenburgh B. J. Haefling E. E. Bagshaw E. O. Barkley C. W. Bean J. W. Boyd J. W. Buskie W. G. Camrington R. B. Cubbage P. C. Emrath SENIOR MEMBERS J. D. Lancaster JUNIOR MEMBERS W. F. DO1111GCk61' W. C. Fergerson S. N. Fitts G. R. Gerhard G. K. Gloster E. W. Humphreys W. L. Husk FACULTY MEMBERS M. W. Beebe Page 2511 A of' MINING . . President Vice-President . T1'68.Sl11'61' Secretary J. A. Purnell R. K. Thornberry E. R. Kidd B. C. LeRoy L. P. Marking L. C. Maschmeyer P. S. Pate R. VV..SCh1'O21dG1' O. K. Sharp C. S. Crouse Z If il 4 I l 1 i 1 I J! WILLIAM YOUNG . VERNON CHANDLER SuKq Circle OFFICERS MILDRED LITTLE . . . MARY ELIZABETH FISHER Robert Alsover Malcolm Barnes Eunice Jane Benton Slade Carr Ted Cassidy Margaret Cundiff John Ewing Robert Gibson MEMBERS Ben Harrison William Hubble William Kelly Ben LeRoy Gay Loughridge Charles Maxson James MCROb61'tS . President Vice-President . Treasurer Secretary William Phelps Elizabeth Poole Robert Porter Mary Elizabeth Price Joe Ruttencutter Henrietta Sherwood Virginia Waldrup George Whitfield fl A IQPage 252 ,- 2 Z 7 ' X W , ' 7 3'- - 'X wif' An., - ' f' - -1 "L-X ,' ' K1 11:-'LHF1 .Lf u ' , 1,-1-: ix' . X I . X. .f T54 J -.V " ' -M " 'Q -1 . , i .. uf- . 7 T , , 'vi' r' 1 ' 3, 21 1 ' I '1X , . E' , -,1 "Q-15 ,121 "L, ' Q'-1, -5. 7.- 1 X - L' ffm-'ff' X - LX 41, , gig? X v ff wwa.. y,J--.1 n3Mw', 1 m. 1-MA 1 155y'4:'-Tw3wmHJ1 wif'-19' -ll my ,,.,. ITf1:'E'fiSMg " we " ,E "Em we 1,1 1:15 1w12fx' -1' .1 1' 1 .. ...... :1.1.1+ - E 1 1.8 11 11 vw 1 1 . 21 1 mr' if Q1 . 1 Hier,-.X 1- , 5 ,154 1.1-H--.w.:11 .X 1 Y- X ., - XXX1 1 X 11131533 1 - EX E gk' X-51X ,gX1 .1 X ta X XX nil, . V ik Q G XL .XX I 1.XX1'XX1.-:Na 1.1 1 :fl ' ' ,.. :Q . ' 1 '21 .. . , ",""' .1- 1,1- L.-.. Lf - A . 'iv' . - 2111 an 1: x Wgy-' . - X rf L" 'V' 'F' ' 1, X r- ' J, .. A X15 XL X .' t':5,k 1,j'1- A X 1 eg- P, X .1 X1 'XA . '. 1 A 5 jf 1' X : 1 -1' ' ' - - 2 - - 3 1 .11 . 1 'V ' ' '1' , YE" " '- - . -"1' ' ' -G 11 " 12' 11":.4.... " TH '- 1? 1' : 1 ,f 1 X- 5.. R, -15 X X . A 1 . .XXX 111151 A I 3.2. 17 -X XX:-XX. :1 1.-.- Y. :- - Q ' 11 : 'lf .j -Zu q XX 1:1 ,. v..fv'4Q1xXX .X 'f , QM. s.?y1X" ET' 'E , "Aft, . .. .41 1. Y X ' , af .2 ' 'xy - 1. 1 ' '- 1 -5- z.. 1 .X 7.,f'XXJ7 ' WFQL' ' T'--. - 1, . " 1' ' - ,K R-Y 5:1 J., -,-1 .ng 11.1 1-15 -.1 3 Q 1-4. ' .X X,g ..'.-1 ,.1 - '..u1:1- ., ..g .. 1- 1- , Q. .1:- -f '- .Wi 1'1" ' 1 14' '5' ' ' ' . 3 ' A X ,XZ .'-Q., --1'1.1111".1111 . '1 .e'2fff"' 11 X 111 1' 1 - ,.1-- . ,X rig., 11XQ11 X-' 'WX-' - 1 '1,1.g- :1--1f A - -411,11.11?...X,1',1-1 1 1 1 ' ff'g1'i" ' . , , I, I ' ' . '- 1 U, . I' A . yX',.1' X 55- ' gym A' ' I V -3.55, -.Q ' ' 1- E135 1 ' ' ' 1 .1.1. If ' .1 ,X Xp -X X 1 f,11" 1"' 11 X " .55 ' 15 1 ' V 1 1 1 ' 12 -V ' :.-1 , " 1 ' H Us X11 - 'f .-, Q . 'HX-qw: ' 1 Ib- tm- V ,E "" Vi 1.1'.-1'+- ' 1- . 10' -9. rm 1 .1 -.... . 10: . -': 1':::,.,v L - 'vi vg-,' 1' , 'XX X - J ' -'X-C, - " ' A'fQ'0'f4':. .".- " Wt 4 V ' xzeiffll-.'-'7?,? L ::X - -, 1-131' ,Q-..,s,,1p E. X XX X, XX1-X X11 1111XX11 ,M up . 1 1 T -ff. A .1,- . - 1 A L.-' .s . 1. 111 ,,,,, .,. X 1,1 I' , 1 I . X gf fl .W X:-4 12-XY-.1-XfX..gf, - ... " ,Twp X Y., -- 'A .1 1' -if f 1 " ' .' , xv 1, ,f X,-XX I . X ,- , 1. .,. - . , .,, ,g .,.. I .,L l X11 -J' .,-.Qi ,Xf ' -s5f2gf.L'J 'WF r ,Xa -1,0 , 1- ff. 1. xw-'-712 4- '1- ...f4 if Q 1 7 " 'X 'H 1 1 ' 11 1 V Q, X :N - I .197 Xggqf 11,11 11X X X 1 1 11 . 1 ,W XQ1 : ' 14 .X 1"-QQ - lf -Df- u YOUNG LGROY WARDRUP TLE LOUGHRIDGE M 4 ahh . 111111.. 1 M115 1 1 1,1 Q.- 49, CHANDLER POOLE SHERWOOD LIT EWING' BBLE WHITFIELD BARNES HU ' ER PRICE RUTTENCUTTER, PHELPS ALSOV I V l Cfhe Strollers REX ALLISON EARL CELLA . . A NDREW HOOVER lx STUDENT DRAIMI ATIC SOCIETY OFFICERS RUSSELL STEGNER DOROTHY JONES Malcolm Barnes Alice Bruner Margaret Cundiff Mary Elizabeth Fisher Evelyn Freyman Charles Goodman MEMBERS Mary Virginia Hailey John Herne Christine Johnson John Jones William Kenney Max Kerr 1.73 . President Business Manager . Director . Publicity Secretary Horace Miner Robert Newton Thomas L. Riley George Roberts Earl King Senff Mary Virginia Willis f Il f I W my N IPagc 254 'n 1 J' A f lb X f1.,x Af- -- 14----1+-.--v X1 V -1-v'4T --W.-. - - 1- -.f f - -b -1 - 1 1- -vi: vw--A - - f: ,LH .. , wa. 'j '- - ' L,5j'f',v, QQ gal." ,N fjzu' 3. 15-1 Ca, 1: ,':,,f- ju ' , 'HA' Q3 3 " i-'Nfl I,- 5i'YE3P5'5"f 2:1 ?G?z:4f? 41fJi.fSw-2 w.'fff?:ef . 'flat faff-E'.5fF.wf 14?-' w'-v.f1:4sz- -'- ' w,'-'-- Q-252'-" 1. .w.w.4 -Q Y-'Sf-.'zw, f-fiffw-.ptr-2.4 "'.w'.,,:.F "W gfff 5111 - 9 ,f . ,.'.?T1Q-.My ug, if' -51.1 -Lfx'v2V,.--'V -flffkf-Y 'fJf.'+. -' ' Za . fu-5135.521 gif' , 0 :"Jj:F13'-2?5f?:j',ii'.3S? f w H gfgq, L, fgfi Tfifj, i,7La19T,w .'.vi- .'?lg5W,2-ii' fl. -x D 1 - '-Nw-w N J .1165 Q -bv ' " . NC. mv ff?-2 ,xwy 'Q w1i':4' Nzf'-LW s 2, - F.. a-2 f ' ' "sf MJ'?2,.'g,,' ,aw 9-gi jfgm. .wg .34 :Q,:i5,g-,rf ., -155, .P-- . gi . ,K .w-fe,-',: . fx. x' H- ,grn-.gs.,.., iff '1E"5-v'5'?S'-igzqis' ' ' f :,:kj3'." N4 YH'-'2'iE': 1 ' ' Z- . N., gv5'- "Tic-2.-7' 113153,5Q-nam:-:Q-Q,6Qd3f'q'7'.f'5,1, , , Q LPM' , Tjfgwfi , ,. , Ea? 9-fy 1, 1 - 'v - un ' rf, 37' - '-' A ,- -A. - 15- A, ,, w-Q X I 5 gf: 1 N Wi 'A !-w2 "'fw"'-W 'i'5'u.2fvJLf .Tl " - A -U im - " fx3i'f+5 lf 1' 3' ,f :' uk'-i ftvev- ,, " ,F L,.,:,--:-2.1 ' ' 15' Z " :1:' .' ,Q ' "!I1lg"if"x ' ."Q51,f ' J-I'-. N-ln' ' , H-K 'x 3--15:53 ' 4 N H H .yfA'w1e:. 3-:-::.,.f:5xi:.:.:.' L' v ' - W- s"5'..-,f ,M"Eh sn' l"!j,.-Wg: mgkkl pf '15 , 'ggi ' , 4 ,L ,WML i, -r L- 4 1 - . pf f , - W , , ,- x . ' . - 4 ' 1 Q -A ,fx-:wg an W :'53.ft1L . ?.l!5F511?'.7',ffnt . , 1 ' v,f..fw .-Wav 3-fr.,--f.. 1.'qW"1: , V - - .ffiflwxs-".1 ' .1 ' iw-41 '.!rg4--mfr:- '-f.T .' 1 .2 ,Lf '- ' 'H'-,vs--' H-' 4 ' -, jfrwsij 4WilV'7 -5- 2' ' ' F,2wfA,1 -, w. ,E Q , X. 'H-'7.r.u..m.. 3,-,415 3.1-w X. yi -f -11:3,f!J",i fig df. . ,mg m ,w , wg Q7-5-v . 1 3:-...iff - 7,3 I.: .. V M FE -w' "aw-'Q-z V- .X . ..,., n wi mfg--.-1. .1 -df.-4.5-M. ' if X L-mf . yi' :I . N 1, , ...x . I -5 41..,'mNH! , I .,f:.:-:-:mga , ,, , My ""' S' "W F-71 2- 'W""1.j'T',,,, , H ' in ,Q " , fix- gfiyr., ,,,s.,4v ,xv gpg.. -hx., . -H 1 .. - . .M ,.., , - ...,.. .. , .M fx ' x XY: x ., FHL' .-frfilvx W. -1 '11 .ur 'H' Lf f -1: ca., . 5 xi, -.v .,-. .z' ,-., xi, . H 1, . ' . -Na+ mx ffm-,ff .:, V.-Q1--K- 4.2. wr"-1. mf 'S 4V-J 1 , "Nl f',3f'f'.9-f445"1y-5 I -, 'Q"1qaQUf'f.-2-AV!-xj-I-if-if . 'fell . 42- Q kvizxfifgg . R? 'N .ai-51 f .1 . .f p-u. . Mis-.". 'E .I f..ff..'. 'g:fR-- n - ' ff 1' ' .V -f Y Wu 'Lg ' v VL 'T ' . ' - " 5- 1 ' Y ,-3' ' ' gl in . ' "1 - M 'H A ff- H m 'f5cu"'f'?"'g:L"'M ., ' -- .' .g: '5fq?Ta.'1!L'i ?: 'H :ff 0 Y EL SE! H H . .. . , , , , f , , ..,,,,. .9 ..,,, . ., ,,,..,,, . , ,A .5 . ., .,1, FQNBQM w ww V gf H H EZ. . Qmifgyr 1. , M Y I 5.",-,,- H my ,,'-,uR,,,1,,.H . , Zi g A - 4. V , 511.2 '13 'iff' 3 . ' ' 'ETL -- 'V '4'f-7"i,Q,4ff- wr f . '-Q 2-,V . '!i2515irs'if6Qffjff22+'zgN+QHP., , ,QL A - , '5'l2"f, fig' ' - ,..,..,z-wQ'w1"l9","' 'Whf J? if " IW 4' 3-, A - H : A fi 5 J 3 v .154-x V , '-f,,, 4 L ..p?:?1:i.5.i55k'5., W . . A 34,1203 Q !f3:Q:,Q .2f5 3f,, 'iyiixqg-,::f2,a.i1s ',FTEfiQH.'L1Z:g-5-r-tx 4' -'H - 1,"id'Tx L-1?-fl ?'15g.j51'115"RQ' . 'gif-Qx'T5f'i if .1 :..Nier'.-aj-.1' ' - .ff-. 9.1, r.....-. 1513 225,-. ' f QI- H1 filil ,f .XQ:f?'vQW,. -If .. , lf-.Eg ',!J',!-A9w5!l', -- '--Qyggv Q, MPLS? V, ' 14,1--jg? liklfg if. ..':X:f,,.'?'-zpfh ,.j:.'r -lf. - -' - ' 5 N- -"fi-'LQL Q' N H,w -'E'- Q-A.-f,',?2 4f,Q3'Qfu..,.- ,,r'f?'Q ,H-5 ,H -- 1,31 ,333 ww- ' w-1 Ngma. va' H nr. M, ' H 1 A' .Hg "Y-,, "- ' ' if. .Z ,V Wifi? - J.: ' , .Q "' " ' at-'-U -. ' ,H mc. -Q v , F H N . - , k 5 I W. Y , H Sbgggggfgcixrw Hu. .I ,. Z fe, -- - - - Q.:a:::i:a,wE5-f af, 3 ,, .Q V fraifzf, i . V .: -.. . Fic:-i.:f 5 L' ' - V ,f:.,,g,.s4-, W wizgfe, ' H 9.5 lggls'-. 'Q-a:5,,.:, "12,3Li?'2'.WkflSIis1 VE' F? 'faf"'iif ' '- 5, " 7 E " -Sfg,-s.i1"qg"Fa" u ff?-C ,"Q3N' . . . H V ',f5hja?'.'Qgk 4 'M vgmvv. ff ,, -" . f -.',- , H .,.. gg , w.1-vas if 'rx - , 'D' 5':gw'W'r5?3El. ' f31AFk'W"i ?Lf-254251. 'H 1 ,fff.Q3?,5f:,f'3'3Q.,'?fJ" I I ' .wxrafif -'-5 .5 ww? ' fi','Ff'fFf--2 X P I '- il 9 1113: 1.2.4 Jim. ' ' f1.'.,,-f.'4-QQTHL' yi, Y ".- f 'fif,..QLM- 3?-p-,,.,. 1'-kt 13190 ' ','J",f.J. "' u ,f 2' 'ri'ii-125.-1"gLw1'Q-q?2n.j'i1-',af'f -424. . . .. ,gg iw. "A .'2'f5'ffsg54fgzff'k-:13"'4-15:4 :- fl -nr 'f 1 .l'- ' 'zifrfi' ' ,, '?:'7,l 'f ' ' -.fm ' ' 1 .1 5 A ' '- .G .gggizirzz l Q-,w.'7 'J .j,lf,g , 'W ' S-F1HL.QQZfbn'ff 21'--. 1 "'-"if fin Q'.ff -Ny-.-aff f?',e -' ffwg fiffggsf? 52"-if-Ewiffg ,, . -Lau 'ww .. . . .M .. ,-f- , Jr, A . 4' gr-Sm 1' A- Cu: '.A.w.'G5,-,Q-w ' .QR w.1R.E,v' 'z . 3"'.ff'91'f:k9'i.'v.i":'f' levi.-M5 - K 43 ?.c'Q4"'wf"'i5f"' ' 'iiQQiE'f.g7 '-Y x. ...E "wEA?.1fwfifia+?,,3i43C1?-ZW f,f.,rFf:?:9'E. - ' 3:52445 --f'i:iF' --inf, j'.i,,',,1,jvgY :..,,,1 , 5--,S H ming, - V gl -1 .xgk-'Y ,V ,H H ,3 -. I 7 , ,,fqLf.',x- -1 ,.f3.,,9. my ..f...1 5 , A shy ,Q . .4--. H E Q W1 f. P .w , Af .. -we-wr ?'5.JQ,':-44.35551-:"-. ' ' A' "1':':EEE .gg - ,---t'a1"5'1'-.,1N'.q3a.-143511, ' 1 ... mf -,-ff? ' f:- K' ,,io?V5i3s',v' ' f' 1 ' 4 r' f':'.. '- . .-4' -' . - if Lit t:::j:,.- .. ,X - -K -,,., t vufi,5Sw,ugf,Q ju! A l i ., ,: lgvyldiq, jfx:,A.,5,p.gf K 'Mgy ,Lia JI.. ' , ,MLW . U.fQ,?-f5.Lw.i 'A gri , AE Nix.. l V 2 .5 5 - 1 33 1' F 4 A . W ,gf K . . :fiffsf-1 ,. - . . v Wy 41, ,Q .. ' 53,5431 - 55 Q.-, ' ' -' 'QM 'iii-UPA, -1-'T' ,fifgai y -- ""' """- L .wi -V , 1f :w1Sz22g.Q.ff.'5ffvQ-,. 1. .- gif! Ear QU if .. ""f ily-f"A'!-f??' "'.J7I? ' ' "L- 'i45flff7'3f:?-32 if H u 3555, ' QWEQ7. -?f,+,yg-,,, iifmgff-",,,, X , wa. V - f 5: -xwqff I-5.-fz,u,W7Q . , -. V 5-'18-5' USE' W ' 5 W f ,. W 'Rf u M . . lf' fff M . , s-H. i A -'Q P 'f r.-fr sth:-Q fa. sw 1-1:-'.'7"!f---"'5 --A A'-ff? -frfrffih ff- vu- , ff v , 1., 9241- Q., --.vw . 13 'M . .. -,Hp--w --H -uv,-,.p.l. 'hw J, .f --L L-: wg.-'M --e?5'f-- QM-f 12:1 Xa Y 1, , , f, ,. . Vg. -..-' 1,121-a415:,f?i1:q.L.4,', - z- Y---4, .::. .'-'4f-'1'-- Qmiu33.1-.i-.ffQ"'2ng 1,.-I.. 5 2 :Mfg 152. 1-a',-fgM1f'.:+,ffx-fi'-ai: , .- .fx ' . Q' xl"f'X.V. ua- QF "w""': 'E' P MN wwf aux "EM-.1-1f'1 z 2 "" ' mf.:-F-' ,Wr -'H'4ff,ff1f'QM Q51 pq'-1g:,f., f- K ,gi my xl, E,5..,:E...Ei 3 ,ww .-.3.:- . .f . I i f ,f gt g, ,vp im: 34, , Hgg',R4.'giv -'k ,fe 3956 1 - ,' if-fl4.,1.Q -Ii: 55 2528, 4: f-if'I'.F"14j,a:1M.'X'--.-.si'1.SJ9HjN-:- Q! 'i,f"QQ:ffi1wk , ,ffifisff '-'SQ - g-g.3m.g'- 5 5 xq-.'fS'v'i n-'IN ng, 5.4 ,5Hg2ef,'c. Y V-' ,a!f'I,Qaff'i.'r-5',X-W. ,r:",.S-?'-- .,.1a,ir-- 3113 Mr, 4,-:'f.?"-' ,ya - .':,"41," '. f 5 , , , 5-, 2 -1231-.-4 1 'gf 'Y-F-uftgm .-,w2x.',S1:-f ' .:'l-pf E4 a.v43.geQh:5g?:- fm.. W1-fy'QT:-+I? E5,3wg+1.2mQ1Q2gpi:3 Sffisffi- .:mwp.w.'I ALLISON RILEY SEN FF NEVV TON CELLA MINER BRUNER. JONES HOOVER FREYMAN BARNES GOODMAN CUNDIFF HAILEY lA .fl Mx l lDoman's Athletic Association XX Cfhe Council l OFFICERS FRANCES BARKER . . . . . . President PAULINE BACK . . Vice-President MYRA D. RICE . . . Secretary GLADYS GARNETT ..... . Treasurer Elizabeth Napier Mae Bryant . . Christine Blakernan Mary Griffith . Katherine Aufenkamp Sara Utterback . Mary Dodson . Ramona Iliff . Dorothy Gould . Mary Ada Honey N Louise Thompson Louise Tilton . Mary Dodson . . Margaret Stucker Muriel Wiss . Alberta Pharis Julia Pogue Betty Pothast Sara Purnell Elizabeth Ratliff Sarah Rife Mary Alice Salyers Margaret Scoggan Geneva Stephens Margaret Stephens Dorothy Teegarden Rita Wathen SPORT MANAGERS Manager of Hockey . .Manager of Rifle Manager of Basketball Manager of Archery Manager of Volley Ball Manager of Tumbling Manager of Baseball . Manager of Tennis . Manager of Camping and Hiking . Social Manager Publicity Manager . . . . . . . Historian TRIBAL LEADERS Apache Louise Tilton . . . Cree Margaret LeStourgeon Kaw Mildred Robards . ACTIVE MEMBERS Elizabeth Whipp Helen Fry Mattie Lee Whitworth Olive J. Wilborn Charlotte Wilford Pearl Zinke Lydia Barton Blanche Boswell Dorothy Cleek Roberta Elam Gayle Elliott Margaret Ellis Clara M. Fort FACULTY ADVISERS Miss Sarah Blanding Miss Rebecca Averill Helen Glover Mary Griffith Ida Hart Marie Kocher Hopi Oj ibwa Sioux Margaret LeStourgeon Martha Lewis Nell Mahan Buena Mathis Lillian McKay Lillian Money Ruth Peck Mrs. Alberta Server f lPayc 25C LY I L lg NN YV: I T .num ,. .:-1.7 wg: E.. f -vv 1 ...J vgsrw, . .... 5 Nr frm .N-' ' M.- -X :x 'few 3 W' gf 'Y,f 'a-51 - ' lm -v , 1 N N 1 X , 3 'A - ' BACH RICE GARNET BRYANT DODSON GOULD GRIFFITH AUFENKAMP NAPIER ILIFF BLAKEMAN THOMPSON STUCKER TILTON ROBARDS SALYERS WISS BOSWELL . l'fl9e2571 I l' R. L. Rudolph N ' Q'?f7"" "v'..f-, ,..,.rz L-'7','f+2- .Y i me ' ' :ff -1 M. , ,- gg ".,- yr A f - g1?Mfs , 5 Wi A A 'U' 4 174- T5g5:f5:2tf'f ' .ffifq lf'-QQ-'fi' . I g 2741- ifgp' Wi. '. C2-,vi-.j. Jg ' ' - --aw: , A 'fx "sf-'11 '- .Q I i J-. . V ir: , 1 I M XSL! -gi!! . -ef -V rider -f r -vw i : 2 rr ' u1 --z - .y- cr. f 4 f- ' 1 E J '41 ww fi ,Q .H . E . , A 1.-.,,, f Q 1 N. FX, H 1 ing., yi . W ' EL ' 7- .1 1 ' uv 1 ,1.5,,m ww , qi QM V . Q1 w I ' sq, 1 - -..Q 1 - 1, I 55: :V R, X W .L - 9 5 5 QV :E , Hu .A L J-N fi . ' 1-1 .- W ' ' ' 1 - , 'rf lf .4 1' r ,, , , ' 2?-Qp h . 5 '-1 V ' . - ,fi ,' L ' A 7 ,ii- S '+ l- Q , , .f'ff.-J-'if .: - . . ' , Y " ' ,. ,af-iff.-'I 1 . ov.. 25- usww , -, , , 4 - . mn- -, , f , L.-. . -.!,.,.g,fk- 'if f. -I-v , ,L ..., , - A . V Rf: s . .ea-E' -.Mina , ., . . f - V . . i- y. ff qv - rig? 'fz1'v5f,9' ' 'Y ' - ' ' I X A mtv- 'f f 'H N" will i .A lX2fg:" I-QSC' ' . h' 5 wif- Q' e M. 1 fn? if f if- fl' L,tg.:,.. Y, ,V ' lv I .S 4? 1 ., , A ' , Hy LQ l'." "Ly ' 'f 1- .f .3 , "7'i!3 ' -'A tr, W . . , 1' A ,mg T: .S 'jAF'i"2.-K Mi -Z 4 .'l A 'L' . . '-. f V' .- V- 'T' fi TZ", ii. ,' ., i1Z'a2QeEI5,p- - , 4.53 2- fax ' : 55-a4,g.fzfxv,, def- X' r sh J...-.-fig, , 111141, My-' F .. 4 - .2-5 gs-. A--mfg M L, .ff-. Ag. ,aj ,ET-' . ATA.: 45,-V:..j'gj Y 5 .1 ' .b -xl-50-,,.,4-g,'., 1 f ' A Emu fi I " . all-,53"f fw:'qfT1Y 22? 'f'.--eil 2465-,3f: ' H' Q CHN- ' -was X .' V'-'T 9 xx-X . ' S me ,' z My' '-1 :.' - Y' ff - ' J w 1,- 45 ,. .P 'iffx ' -.5-y:1,., '- my... ,N ,, 'f J 1 A'-' 21' " '.i - 5 VI 1 - .fjk . -, - '- L ' U ' ' " ' 'fi 7 1-,Y 2 1 T . Azgg:1J'- ,, A ' r V X -:Q Y ,av -S! K I T. iii " ,P , I z' 9 , 1 . if ' . V- f ' ' 1 1-' -a ' ,ff-. ' - f .1 - . s. - w 1 M - 3. .1 ' ...x ,pgs . , , iq 1 an W' , , qigefgj l X ' , y -+V I ' A V Y .. f 1 .u X. I. i. P-.' . ii f 2 V 1 A r' 1. 1 A ' ., .. ,- . J .VW 1 ,QR K J-43, .iii ,X gli: 'Sn . V. ...Av " g ,1-' f . , , -, -rw N' ,, Q., ,p 11. f ., 1, jg l .,,g::v,, Lg 711 Em, wg . V F5 ig- pq, J-1152? . ax fr 1, 1" ' -fif' ' . 5 1 . ., 571' A' I A , T' f7'f1fJ'1:"7'f?i!':.,"wI ' ' - V- . .. .. . . A ,,.. i A , A SNYDER BAKER , , W TUDOR RUDOLPH RUTTEN CUTTER MAI-IAN GILMORE HAFER COFFMAN POWELL EWING BUSKIE llounq men's Christian Association Founded at University of Virginia, 1358 Colors: Red, White and Blue PubZica.Lio11.: "The Intercollegiann u. M. c. A. Estublisherl 1890 SENIOR CABINET OFFICERS MORTON WALKER ....... . . President CARLYLE SCHUERMEYER ..... Vice-President ROBERT GILMORE ......... Secretary MALCOLM BARNES ..,. Director Frosh Council MEMBERS WALKER PEAK BARNES SHUERMEYER JONES JONES . 1' ' N I Howard Baker James Boucher George Buskie O. B. Coffman C. L. Conley John Ewing Fred Haier Robert Hanna William Hendrick Bryant Jones J. M. Jones Leland Mahan Robert Marshall Foster Peyton James Powell Joe Ruttencutter William Shafer George P. Snyder Robert Stewart S. E. Stratton Harold Schwartz Gayle Tudor I Ax S If --J R X, V X ,fl rl '. llounq men's Christian Association W JOHN CARTER . WILLIAM ACOSTA John Boggess Kyle Brooks William Bryan Perry Bryant William Bush Ed Carvill Cameron Coffman John G. Cramer Bill Donelson Curtis Farley Robert Fennell Richard Fuller FRESHMAN CABINET MEMBERS James Gray George Guifey Curtis Hammond Ernest James Claude Johnson Edward Lail Joe McDaniel Eric McLefresh Bill Massie Clarence Moore Thomas Posey John Ramsey . President Secretary Claude Reeves Ralph Reid Wallace Rogers Kenneth Schmied Fred Scott Hugh Stewart Arnold White Marvin Whitton William Wilson George Wyatt John Yancey Chester Yeyna tl l GMS lwoavrQuAL1-ry wa Qin? CANNOT BE If 4 6 if? Qovnio i 5 , iN KQPoLoefES To ' ' 55 ' I f H CPfE9TEf6F1ELlyf? 7777- W .,"' 'ww " ' " VCD ' ' X ' I Exfxfryz fN5'N'7f'x f'xfiNfN FX dn Sxffkifr Q Q5 BIO EN 6231 8 35 y 1 35650 "" HM A Q E N --fs- O W Am K KF X7 vc-v'v:rqE, A 1 fw V NATuoNm.VRE5:DENT XV I, A or oRefANrzmfoN 9 , f VREPAKED To QQ3- if ' E5Tm5us " "L, - -' - E E .. fm . msxgeas, : 5 f BUT OBLIGED V ' 1 Q Q To AWAIT EN-K y ?--C f Duwmmvr QF K, ,I , T1-XATNUNNBER X, RL ' 4 1 OFNEW uwiuewsn S. M if .SWEETHEART of LX ZAE ' j-I I W 5 I1 I v 4,1 Y 1.73 ,X ff" S ee S, . 433-S XXX ll i ,' ALLISON YOUNG Editor-in-Chief Business Manager K 1 k' an EDITORIAL STAFF REX L. ALLISON Editor-in-Chief FRANK STONE . Junior Editor ASSOCIATE EDITORS Frances Henry . Classes Wallace McMurray . Sports Frank Stone . . Activities James Lyne . . Activities Morton Walker . Organizations Horace Miner . . University SPECIAL EDITORS Earl Surgener . Technical Lynn Jeffries . Military B. C. VanArsdale . . . Art Irel Hodges . . Art. Ass't. Vernon Rocks' . Football Daniel Goodman . Basketball GENERAL STAFF Mary Louise Renaker Mary Lewis Austin V Kathryn Aufenkamp W. W. Rogers Doris Herold 1' Mary Lou Yelton Eleanor Swearlngon Myra Smith Mary Virginia Halley Malcolm Barnes Jack Shields James Dalton Buena Mabliis Henrietta, Wliltl.nkui'. BUSINESS STAFF Bill Young . Business Manager Roscoe Cooke . . Junior Business Manager Albert J. Kikel . . Advertising Manager ASSISTANTS G. J, O'Roark J. W. Wilson -72111193 Rfhlldlll , X ix N V Page 2631 1 "iw" ' hp ' --' 4 Kuff' . 1 LN ' f5'X?ifQ ' . . . N ... Mage , 4 .v V - ' A ' . jj ', ' ' 31 , X ,A -'L nk . X X 1, - f If X.: ' - ' 4 E V '. ,. T. ' X X it 1 Q jlmg ' 14 'U . 3 'sf ' K' Q. . . N , . W .I Qgyw. , ,Q-N V ' ' ' ,J V : . W'f'?M f g'4X.,X .X V , V. ' , , ,..:..Xy ,ya X X I X ,X 1 . " ' . -' , .fgf .3 . hi cs nv . . XX I . 1 .- ' 'J 4' :xx W i . ' 3 Xwfgj , Q A :y x', A X, I1 "f.VfM .N-X ja X - df .1,w-X . ..f' -5. V ' . -f I 'IN f' ' ' A X .X, X . ,XIX X. ,ff - fr.. '. .10 A wi Q ' -X ,L X X A X -5 . X X X -V . Q V xj 25.81 X g .- . ' - T E . -lu 'M M' i "fl ,if xg, f w Q - K ww , :' . H 1' ff Y nfjfl 57915 '-' wg- 2 ....,,-ez! "' 1' . EEF W Xj wa- L 2 - Jw 'fm 'K 1 'f--q,"j ,Q XXXX , xml: - X A 'fXXXXXx X , in ' :A ' - , X L -V ff 1 1 - jg ,V 0 . . . ii 1. f . .1 J' A ,+V 1 - 544- , X. - -. ' ' .e. .. .lf ' 3 -V ,V Q ' . ' . ' ,- .. r,,1. L Q , ef- Vg X X, wxj-A' .: - . L 1. r. is ' "' - WT' Q I Q - ' L '-1" , Y in 4 -. Q v A 'A P M-xr. A Q . 1 -M s . ' ' fl 1 " J .. '- L .QL 1' A . 1 ' X X ' gf.. 1 A , X. .. , , X Q. X - .X ,X .XXX , ,. , -X 7, , X ' 1 5,3 6: S ' S' L i- ' . , ' .. ' ' X 'W , . 'L " ' E In , 1 f 1 I ,,.ff""' H , -I i ' MJJJK - ' " 'ff 1-HY. L 1 W Xwsufi . 7 L XXr , .XX X Y -. - 1- . f , , ,. , -5' ' x rg! . V? '-1-Y . O ', 1 A r"', , , - ' ' -'ff N ' .J jfwggi Q uf' k mv- W X 1, ' . X ' .X ' . . 'wg -' :Riff ..f O in 4 f " V A . X ..,. A " , - , M -. 31.-cg' . . .... - i - 55- ' W .. ,. A 3.3. , - , "' ,. ' -g-,vgf ' . , , Q-.ISE T3 - N-' 'f '-XI A ' . 'J 1. ' . . M O ' , A . . ---- f . , . 1. . 3 in .. V X ,N MXN.. ' , ' 4 1 ' .1-f uw- " . namgf Lau- X - f. , . , A X . ? A' " ' ,y ,:fiQ,f:f' ,mf Ei r-55 4, -- - ' - f f -f-A 1 . f,X?k.1l.:-'J-L' 15:2-tie? sf f.,., - . , VAN ARSDALE LYNE WILSON HODGES "r ' 1 "' '. '.'-fLv-:'Q- T STONE MCMURRAY KIKEL RENAKER 1.7 - 1 "iz LL',Q.:iE1PQ-z5f.'-.':.Y2: L COOKE SURGENER, WALKER HENRY ROCKS MINER AUFENKAMP BARNES O'ROARK MATHIS RANDOL X IA X1 l i if V Ax A Kenluckq Kernel THE KENTUCKY KERNEL IS THE OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY EDITORIAL STAFF WILBUR FRYE ........ 4 . . . Editor-in-Chief FRANCES HOLLIDAY ....... Managing Editor ASSOCIATE EDITORS Virginia Dougherty Morton Walker E. Kruger Elaine Bonnell ASSISTANT EDITORS Virginia Hatcher Daniel W. Goodman Virginia Nevins L. W. McMurray Edna Smith Louise Thompson L8,W1'El'1C6 HG1'1'OlI Eleanor Smith Martha Falconer Chuck Maxson Edgar Turley George Kay P. Davis Rankin Edythe Reynolds Eleanor Dawson Eulah Riddell Lucille Howerton W. W. Sacra H. P. Kirkman James Morgan NEWS EDITOR John Murphy ASSISTANT NEWS EDITORS William Shafer SOCIETY EDITOR Ellen Minihan ASSISTANT SOCIETY EDITORS SOCIETY REPORTERS SPORTS EDITOR Vernon D. Rooks ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR Elbert McDonald SPORTS WRITERS Ralph E. Johnson Totsy Rose Woodson Knight SPECIAL WRITERS REPORTERS Mary Virginia Hailey Mary Alice Salyers BUSINESS STAFF BUSINESS MANAGER Coleman R. Smith ASSISTANTS ADVERTISING STAFF ADVERTISING MANAGER Albert J. Kikel ASSISTAN TS CIRCULATION MANAGER Ralph Kercheval Sue Dickerson Emily Hardin , Polly Reese J. Ed. Conboy Lawrence Crump Harry Dent Fannie Curle Woodhead Gertrude Evans Malcolm Barnes Jack Keyser Betty Tipton Grant Campbell Irel Hodges Allie Mason i 4 1 ,M K5 V 4 X ' Q ,:- V 4 4 4 p- Vg-4-, f4,4- 4 Lg' ,.Af,.f,.,,n955f1.,.1.,f.,gg."f-ff-1!f,5.,gQQ,: .. .. -ul:-.3.,5f,5n33,.f.f:w .4g..g 'g'-.,g,.. :N .-Lf., 4 gr..g,4v1 Q4 iw W-55:3 'Ag Q.. yi41yQ4gv,fN, 1.11-, 4 , 4 444f4.2Q5,4f24Y4ak444f.: 42 ,af'ffnf,-:fw-1? ws- 'f- W'f1': .-fffrff. fi' 'xfpfri f::- ff. --,4-0 fkf 2S:if'f5f'-':f13:i'4avI4?.Ss,fL11H'4i"ffffS-'"iii" "H '4 eyg'4i274'f'J?-fyifti """""'f1'r, '4 5Q4."-w4.rP4i1Yfi51::f.? W3 1151441244 ,. is-4-wif . 4' f '4 'W 'abil-'+Tf:f937fM" " L, EJ. 41' 41 :3?1g,i?.. iif? -41.339 ,gi ' 5' 3eM?y1i 'inf . .ff "Q, 4 .mm 4 , ' wa r 4 . 4 ,K-'I : ?f-Fifi 4' ' fffff'-.1.1 A' a.-.g, ' ' g.4 Q. ,-1-'pw ' '- ,' W! 'VSA .- " Via ,?q:fy'q,"4,,, 'f"l1f1'iWi5'. ' -I 4 - 4 Em gf 4 . 4-45:4 114: 4 - , .4 .. ., . ,, -4 ', .',Lf f'-. ' j -V .4--H, .-:-1 - ' ,,f,-M. ' j1z!. i2"i. 1. 1 -' F 'Q' i' 111151: 4:15 4- 4 .4 ' Qt., .- - , . 2.4, 'iff 4 4:L. '. 14 .y'w.1-1 .N 141 . 4, 1' 44 4' 414' . wwf 4 . 4403, .4-4 4 -M -4141 4 4 . A '44-5.44.44-. ., .L ....,.. , jp f, , -K f 4 .. 1, . 4 .44 ,,,,. -,ff gl- -A 4 ,,sj'jr-vyp! .J , ,, ,, 'LlVllQ"!lff' ,N 14 ., , 'fr 4 , 4- , 444 bx,33s:5g4,4A k 12355141 f-.4 4 H' . 6-A - - ' 7'4:."-4, Z 4 - -,ff lit- ' ' , ,R 14 ' 44Qg.',4 , 41, ff' ?.y,4Fg2'i' "g3L4rQ"' - 41 Hg 4' - ' .L -- x " Jg i vi f-Fl 44 4. , -4'-vf,yi4.: X:w!,l'i 4 15re',w.'4'- lyfkgfxw Z 4 54 ,-EQ , A I.-,?ija.gk?'S,qx '4I,al?'4 4,H. 4 !!i,,5'43,?-Z' 4 .. '. '- ' - - - 'Q L 4, M' , w A3 :' .V -. f, 1 "- H, gs : 3 J 4- '-, 2 , fy "4 - " 3- 04. 'C--win .,f- 4, -'-he -.Y -' ' 4 4, :,f""i,"'- M, V 3','3wy.4-4-5 4. 1 4 - 4- 1 :CHE ' ."4.,- 4 f, he:-Q.-1-1,: 1' . ' W. Qc . 4 -1 if 'rg -4 WJ. r- k 44 WJ-'-B, f Na',6vu wi I r A 'f f-Fifi'-'I:f'f','f"'l. N- 4424 'Sv irifah. M ves,w,.,,,a4442'ft-'2fy4'F443.4 . . uf' 44 J' mf fzc.-.-sig-f,,fe,4.f4 4 ,gg-ug ,.""f,3 4 ' V ' H2 4 " " 1--new-4-f.'f'-.QL1 A 4 - 4- 2' ' 4 . fe- - :-f-A4 if ., ' . . 4 J 'Q-.a:5:s:i Y riff' 4 4 N Q., ,B -'53 ff - A H21 41 1 -B Jimi ' 4 'L ' -1 . 3- 4 .15Ff4"'f 44 '.-:fiffi ' -4gg44.iW 94 - '1' -4 1 4 1-.'f4., ef: . 4 42454411 . 'm l 55,34 - , "7 4 n3'?',:-'ASI' 44g'.r. E, - 4413, V Q 7 I fm., I4 -4: ,fa L , 5 E 1:35,-I Ar' --A Y, .514 'Qu' 3,1 : will : 5. E--3-ft ff , . U14 47 , .4 47 -an-'r ng -if . 141' mr' Q4 M Y 4, , '444444-per' U4 - W V' M 4 m i 44, 24,1-4 F -Z.-:"t.,e, 5 1 - V' ' ' ' 1 A . ' 'x ' - -- ' J" H 'V "' V9 " '4 . I1 N V" -'fi .Q-AJ' Q::ni::5:EE:fEF1l4w hf.1'g44', I Wifi ' ' ' " A "JR W- ' '-L-fr' 3' 435-QW ' - WW' ' W ZWL4-4-'LII f , x ga. LW. . --.iyfza -- . J:" . ,524 4' .- J' 1 f '44 A l' af L' f -.4 31 4. 4 4' ff. -IC, 'Q ' fn M1-4'f ffaiffi ifii. -5. W. , U . '19i5j12:-v"g-kffg:.yfr f::4+-:Qv4ag.f:53 f,16?i'?,j'2:3.Zi:E?5j'QX " :jf'5L4:."' ' . ,4,S1.-Z-,:- 1, ,AML 44441 4 ' '11 in-Jaglin'--:Lf -H 5, 251445 wgiegh Lgyq- . 4.2 as 15: f 'f , . w f- ff,5,,:492f., ,wif 7-v:4'1f-414. '375 53- 7 3655. 5'-45" 4. ' fi 4 4 .1 W' ' 4ggsf1'5. Nj1f3. jig5: . EPZA -4 f ir J 'N Af 4 'ID411-',55543',,g,.5mQfa?3flIgi15,4'5"' .f r ree: . - n--4-9-5" .54 1 Y 4 4-' ' .' . qf' ' -wi ' - ,. '-H - 4 .,. hs.. 1 5 "ff, .'. ,A 'liz " L ' 'r 1 -4,244 4 "QW 4.-if '44 --'Hwy -4 YQ?-,fg3:37c--H wgi g ,fi . ' , 4 ---1 ,Y ' Q ' , -iff.. 4 Qr, if 4y 1-f if :L V , ,'1EQ,94i 'rfyif ', 4. Q, ' -1 1- 'Z H-' .4 M ,jf : 4 . - '-8,1 5' 'ITQVIF . ' 4 " 4 - . ' ' '4- 1' 'F if. W Q S- A I ' Y .. A X 4 4- -I 1 . '-'- . 452 E..-1: .4 ','4.i'E'?4'rb f 4'4's4?s44 41- .. 'Y ' rg ' 44' . , - - ---"4Cf1:,'-T'fM1gi., JL 4 .4 ',z',y4 ' 7- ' 4. . 44491. - 55'-::. ' lf. Q:..:M 2,424 f.,f.:.z. ik , 3 , '- E ' 24 'r 15- I , , ' 1-4 -auf: 4, "C::w5f4Q,,T 'gE::..:4-vsgiw ,L 435. j.4 5- , . M V 4 , ,, , .A ...4JQ-4 .4 ..,. ., . ,. W-gl 4-. , 9.3.-4 .4--N rf-.4-4 ,S fl ?'7-- "J J 5? iff .. 4 Qf. ', W'km+11.ff-'--Kit.-1-.uE4'Hf4,: .:-vw " -ff3f42 . ..:4 , 4-fmS2g4g4.+X, ' 14 "5 -'M '-:.Cfi5?2"ff'4'Z 31fQ4E4'Z4fi5:' f7af'f? 'fi 4 .""F54.Tf?Z -535-?!5Qi?5zJ'T'-.J'.ww ff' :-.Ha 24:1 V+'f+"' -- 4 ?'rHH-hfJ4f.- . Ara,-"f f53'31'?4I' 4'-fi' ,w.:,: ,, 1 pf .3-11.5 '?2'. 4 W", auqffz- - 3333,-.4-xx 44. +i11z45.4.4 A-5f5fk'4:?3y'17 fwfvxf 4 .4 . f f Niixilifl ' 4431 ' P+..-f,., :iw . 44-4' -1 v - L.-4, .44 , .4 I 3 "-.1-f,"'4 4 ,f J - - YE! f-gf'-:i1,!A'Qfl?f. E'5'f'3':'i7i" ' ' 34.1 ' 4. S5 . 'ZFQYI' 4 s -54 qg?flfi2'i1'7'? 1-"frf3ig'34yQ,5'-f V 4 ,' , gf- '.' x. - S525 2'f'2E'-f,.:fkf- ' my 4. A .' ' ,uh . 4 ' swim, iw '- 'g ' ' 'I 4 ' , M' ,':2'4gw: .. 'Q 4 ' ' zfgagi "fx -4 45L'2l:jfg4, 4 4 - -.3f,A:f1-' , ""- ,. f -'.'..LuY'La ' ' 4 34 si 49:1 - - 4 . -FILE - 4 'Wk-4 -' V 'Ki' 4 - Y f:V.iJ 4:+qi5?lj5, " 1 4 :. , J, Z-,mug UPS, -7. ",-- 5' 2 n' 1 x"i 4, "- iw' aff ".,"'1 , . 4:53, Y ' 4 ' fi rr . ,' ' ' - Y 2 J' .H2j.?aI34x - "ifJ,f,1.:?ifig1rs,T113lE3"J:. 1:95455 , '?-'if' - - " 1' 4 " 1 4, :f .."1::A. 4 4 ."w'f.' '1f-?aL4fwg.iJ3i- 11591 5 'ky 4 -.ai 4L-- f 4 4 . , , 4 .4' - -ai-.41 'ffrflfrwqb' wifi ,hp '- 4.4-W-?' A-':?f.-4 58 L.. IJ- -1, 4 4- ,Q ,,m.:. ,,, ,- 555. 4 -44,5 " ' 3f,1,Q5:ff5qflJv,' 'a3?1'4g? nfge-,:ZL1:,5fga43. 467' isa Yyiff' 1Eilg'ff?Q I ,f5rEf..7f , f M 4 ---if -gg J 53? ' N54'5t1,j: " Nggfgtg' 4Nff52f4-gva-Qi: . -4' fa'-L" - ' . 'vfu-" 'r ' .' -1 ' . . I 2A , K' '-.f""4444.-. '-few.. f . ' T' . . 1,11 V T., -453-W 'L-if 77:4',:giXL!':4 Q ' -g' -'?T.4?CQ-1L:'- ,-1-Q,rx:! 1" 1 ,. ' 1-'CWI " .- . ff, 4 4' 414, ' ',"' ' 'NNT' 4 .44 V 1, 4.-5,43 f.f , ,p f 1 - y4,Wf4 4? 4! 4 f- 4 - 4 . -4 L 4- - 4 . 4 .4 4'-v 4414 - v 4, gm, Hx-me 444 X 7.9.1 I v I , -...,..- A A fx, Vgkia, rw? , -4 U4 f Q. , 543 '4 24.71, 1 A "f4'y- 4 ' 4 .Lf Z 4 'gy 'ii .ik fx . , l,'1".'4144 , -L V ,'12..4-53, . XF ' r Y ff' VE' ' -' l H 4 : 5 . f ,e. ff2': '5 ww 2. 4 44 'P-5 'af'f. ' '57 . 7 ,-Qxffivi-Zfrzc-4 'H 1 4 ,f'?f 1 5' 4' 4 44 " ' 4 , '23 -4x 4 2, 4 wr' Aux' Q' "4-4 1-'--i'g4.4:!'f. 4 . . 'V ' . M ' 7' 1555 ' :Nh-ff2'f . 43' o15f'3'iiTiv'f71'2-'?5f444. 'I LHP'-1 -- .4 4 ' .- bs'-44'-'f-1 '-'- "DHS 'I f-431214 '1,.'flWI.2'M32' ' . wisfazzni-X 45- . F4 4 gg' , . Qvqai J, X fiirie. 43, Aff- r3f.,h.w .1-, i?A4f:.1. .:,1b'3?.-- kf'4gg?6Q ,Q 8 ' , H " 44 44, - fi-44-.'4'f44444ff4r,. . ' ""f"M"1V -1: ff..-.Q 4 4 A3552 . fwgpl-43 4, 1:.,45?5w4'f-y 51.19" C gg, 44,4 " 'f:- 4':L qQ3.'h.,5v. ,fgga-1-x4i'1'f'L.n44-44 2:2-we-W .47-ievrg, 3k14,:f9Sfi4f'.ev.,4. 4 ,fy-r ' ,. , -- NKQQP--, .. 4 4- ,c.K52.5,:,g:4-zz I'-fl,N,4Xgr.-if 'Q,1Q,ixhQ3'S-2-14QZg'NBgiff-2-.y1i'4X.S, .,Q.,.i4:J-5.Ly.g:l. f' 'Hi .?a'f4'1 ig?-1'f1-fr.--'YP an '.'2'-Aff' 'ww 21565-1 4,-,144-1.4 423514 ,4f..v' 141- 1: H 4 FRYE HOLLIDAY WALKER NEVINS MINER HERRON DICKERSON MINIHAN SMITH HARDIN RANDOL ROCKS GONLEY DAWSON I-IAILEY SALYERS BARNES KIRKMAN KIKEL SACRA CANIPBELL SMITH MORGAN Page 2651 X no on 0 QA V I TVHI DOES ANYBODY KNOW Qhmig L ANVTH INET AOOOT THK5 :fwfr BOARDW O HOUSE ? PLEASE ' SEND 1NFORMATnON TO KENTUUOAN Offxci, FOR MSE uN NEXT ANNUAL. How CAN Vow ?AZZ, 55 SOVXETVHINQ' NOBODY EVER HEARD OF? LA O O , 1 1 I A WI 1 yl , I 'Vx 5, IF HOU5 d wwf? 52:17 fx, 'L Xtx Y Hn""fmlQh W- I, l l 342915 ATL Ki ,.- V I 1 G -7 S H332 .ily dy N - 8' O i f -Q..-12? if If CP -2, , 1 o u...l ACTWITIES OF O O xNTQA-MORAL CHAMPS fb K 'V . 'KA 7 .--'fibi X. l l I , s h X 1 fn 5 ., 2-: :.:.:.:.1.Q.:.: - -:-:-:-:-'g',':: . .1.:.:.,.:. ,xv fg'2:l:1:-33.52 ,. : :::::::::, 135,53 . '-Isi194555523:5:5:5:5:5:5:i1E:E1E1E1s12:r.r:-11:,:,:r:q:q:5:5:3 53:31 :1E2E:E1E2E1:2. mzgzgz. ja-13:1-mi:5:5:E:5:52152522221335552525:3:3:5:1:5:5:::1-.22 Z'E2E1EfE:Ef1S1E5i5EgE5Z3E1Z3:iEi:E:2:Er2Er5 - ' -" s:::1:1:,:1:::gf1r, 11:2:1:1:1-r:2::::1:1:1:153:5 v.-. 4- . - .- M -4.5.7.-. , iq... V-9 .,:.,,:.1 - -A E255 -5555353111211 252534, gf1:E5EfEIE'f'3'5 2i .g:3'f:5:5'i: 35 3111112 55 -izi 1 1:1-1:5 : .315:3:g13T3.1,.: h - 44m::q:s:g:3:2:zg1: N AiE ":4 "'f -1E3EEE5i5E5'3"'f 2?:,EE21152:2 Q fi .. .tg 5:gEga3:5:E:E:1.:-, i " ' -532121.-,-. 5.f.3.1.i.7.f.1.-' .5. :1::::::-' p5:5:313:g:3??- -1-3:5:g: 15:31515:2:f'ErEfP3f2E1ErE1S2Sr52E ?:1:1:2:1:1:2' 7:E:5:1:1: 8 . .. .. -P1-izizlzgizli -'9:ki:ki: :f:1:5:1:2: -.-.- . ..,.,.g.7.g.:.g:g.g: 55:5 -z . - Eii3E?E1:::zzypf'r" ,- Z'1'1':.'.-.'. ,cr ':1:1:2:2:5" '-:vi Q,:521:2:::5:31553:3Q:Q:Q:f:5:g:g:-:-":Q:Q:QzI:2 ' , -:-:-:-v'q:::g::.::g:5:1::::::: - 532' -- - ...N ,-.+.-4.5.3.3 - , .- ,. ,:5:,:3:::5:3:5:1:..g' E55-EEE?'SSE1513332212A1:2'2:2rE1E2ErE2. -:rw EgE5E5ZjZ" : ::9:::g:g:::::-. gZg'.':I:i'f'-' H I X . L FW:-:-:-:.+.-:-::::z5: -: 4-'1:5:2'5:i:1:5:1:-1-:': W: .M gl-' ' .f-9:-:-:::5:5:::3:::1: 2?5'7"5'5: 5' -:ii:1:5:3:3:3:i:1:1:1.-.-.- -2'i'!:1:i:-. C:1:1E1":1:1:1 1135 :-'1:1:::g:5:g:g:: '5E?Q:S:E:Q:5:E:5'i' ..1.:.s:a:s:wfi f:a:e:5:z 1:1:3:::::3:1f2T3 g:Q:E1E2Eif1i152E!: "':1:1:5: Z., , I 'A , lf 12121535 ' ' 1:5:1:5:3:5:f. 3 .::g.2:2:Q:f:2:f:f. ,:,S3EgEgE5:5:5:5:5::-gg. Q 1safa2ase2efs2e2z' fzfsfzsaeaz-' EE :E:f:E:2:E " 15:21:21:- 5 :-:-:-:'::51g' '-'-1-1-M, .- :iffifizfz - . -:-. ...Q -. +g.g.,. t " Z1:-:3:-:-:-:Y:4-:I:i'-:-.- " -I-:1:1:1:5 :1:1:1.,. -5'5?251552515!Ei: - ..-:2:1:1:f:f:Y: .. ...fliiiiiiliizf F 5E'E3E25EiE5EfE5E5E2EIE1.if:55E5E5E1:'12f25E5S. 'g:35E5E5313 'H 4:jE2ES?:2EfE3E5E3E5E5E3E5E . . . . .E1E1E1E2E1E2? 5-:,. -:-:g:g:g:g:::-:-:- - -'-:"-11:11':21Q:Q:,:::::g -:g:g:g:g:5:5:1:g2g1g1:I:!:I:I:1:1:1:1:1:3-'-'-: -'I-- +C:-:-W-"' -:-:-z-:-'A - 4 - - :-v . :tr-. . '-:-' :-:-:-:-L+: '-:-1-:I-:-. I .:.,5:2:2:5:2:fzf I-"LQ " fzfzizigfy, :5:2:5::g:2:?" 3:Q:2'i2:1:3 ' 1' .fs:111111212::ff111 , 1-.2211 '25E5S2222z?E121Ef21ilQ:s252z2s:zEs?i?f3i32' -:-:-: ..7:-'::::- gzgzgl-" -' ':1:2'E:-:f:Q:::::3:5:3:123:55:5:1:1:3:3:5:3!g1:1:2i:0f 1 .,.,:Q:2:f" ,Z- 113 f,Q.Q:Q:2: 'T'-'-'-'f:I15:I:5:3:5:5:5:7:2:i:2:Etf:2:E:25i' xr' 211E1E1E2E1E2:22:2:2:1+' -:1:f:' .'r1f'-'-1 -1'1zf:1:2:21f:ErEr:ir:I::x1:2:1- 5255552212152ESEIEEEQEEEEEE5 :5 E5 fi: -2332121 1: 1 E-EiIiEfE2E,: '1'I51: I:i:i:2:3:5:5:f:2:f:52:25:53: :- '- ?"':?:Q:2:1:- - :I:2.-11:11 :1:i:2:5:3:1:::3:-.Q 5:51555-I-213212151513 ' 555:gE5gE5EfE5E1:1i .rE' QEQEQSQEEEIZEISEEEE 3151212127 I'-"W-2.:1:Y:2'i:3:Y' 'ic-:-. ...-14:4-:-:-:-:ri-1-2-' ,-gigklzlz-1-1'1" 'Z-13:-1-:':-14:-: :::5:5:5:5: -2 :-2.y.5.g:g.g.g -5:-ir: ' '-'-:"-:g:-:.:-zgzgqzgzgtg.g-'-'-:A:f:12-1-:-:YE-igzrzgggzgq.,.,g.,.:.:.5.:.,.. , , , I ,.::j:j:1::....?5S:22e1gEg:g3yqzgzgzr .::5:255:3:3:5:5s:3:5:2.315525513:3:g:g:ggzgngfzqzgzgzgzgggzgzg , 322 .2:viisisisis:z:2?f25g:z:z:s1z:g1ia212aSa2ahQ:s5:z:z:zz .- :-. :-:-:-.'-1-'f'-:-:-:5:::::1tgZg''-1:2 :-1-1-:5-:o:+:g.g.:1:3:1:::::, :-.5191-1-I-v:'.-1-:,:" .-:-:-'-'-:g:5:g ,:gi84:g.1.g4.,-:-1-.5-1 'ZgigZg15.g7lg1-'-g.g,3.5.:.g.1:1 '-:gg-11111314-:bi N .:4':5- :-:A -:-:-:':':-2-'fi J:+:-:-:42-3i:1:5::g:::::pZ':-QQ:-1:2:-:-' ' 1....L..-11.1 .-....-...---.q- Commercial Rent A Ford Co. "'Rash's Service PIeases" onus cHRvsl.l:Rs i AUSTINS ALL NEW CARS, I33 East Short Phone: Ash. 3I45 'S Page 2671 J X VW V l N I ffi xg i I .1471 .X A Commercial Education in ,x pa 30- iw.. 01 44Keutucky's Zi - mY X g q, Progressive meggblmn Business cmcfmf 51-ima School" There is no doubt, but what you will iind our course in Commerce. one of exceptionally high merit, It is given under the direct super- vision of Miss Anna Phelps Mitchell, who is nationally recognized for her superior work in the field of education. While attending the University, students may also receive thorough training in the Fugazzi School, since special schedules and classes are arranged for their benefit. The aifiliation of this shcool with Transylvania College gives the student an opportunity to make college credits for teaching commercial subjects in high schools and accredited commercial schools. Write for Free Injormulfiovi SOUTHERN BROTHERS Fuqazzi School of Business, Inc. Compliments L I 0 Ou -O-Frocks flncorporatedl I "The Shop of the Co-Ed" Hosiery and Lingerie 110 West Main Street 122 North Upper Street Lexington, Ky. .! Phone: Ashland 1576 YEARS OF SERVICE to the STUDENTS LEXINGTON DRUG CO. Compliments of BENTON'S CONFECTIONERY At Kentucky Ave. and High St. Compliments o WILL DUNN DRUGS Mr If X! 1? -,ia W N 1 - N. I t A BANK BOOK l X N IS AN INVITATION Compliments of f TO SUCCESS TO STOP AT YOUR . HOUSE 3 B H. P. Wluiney GTI Farm O Commerce Lexlngfon, Ky. LEXINGTON, KY. Q l W i V . -. 'I Restore . . . OUTFITTERS Your home to its original TO COLLEGE MEN charm plus modern useful- SINCE 1888 HCSS. The change will cost less now than later. Perhaps will cost less now than A ain- - ni. ag Time payments if desired. . E ' 2' fe COMES CQQLLQ ' LUMBER COMPANY X W llncorporntedb Y TELEPHONE ASHLAND 5300 W N I M 2691 . f 4 , MTG ATHLETIC CLUB' 2 i rf II I! aft X 'A kl V f f like ' Lk Y I Q I '7LEUGINf3vXQ I:ASI'IION I ATQ f H I 'V I I I I I I I 1 CI R I I J 1 jj A OOWI5 9,-11 VOR RENT 1' Wm VIEWINEXTTO 3: 1-11 KAvvAH0usQf2.s0f 31 Z5 ALLQTHERS- aio jj Ol Ij O gq-Y Y'1NgZH:lgl o I I ' I J I V I I W A AFP P l V C Jig: ax 7115 if 2' I IV W5 f j f, l ,N XA I A315 ls f ,.,-f-' LEXINGTO EN GRAVIN G COIVIPAN fi... 1II'lCOl'D01'Z1.tCdl A Manufacturers of l aa 5 GENUINE STEEL AND is COPPER PLATE A T ENGRAVING T l While The Lexington Leader entertains positive convictions on all subjects of State and Nation-Wide importance, its editorial policy is influenced by 2. desire to be absolutely fair, to be informative, and to promote the moral, social, and economic welfare of the home-loving reader. TI-IE LEXINGTO LEADER To the Class of 1931 - We Extend Our Heartiest Congratulations And a Full Line of Nationally Advertised Merchandise Schimmel Sc Young Jewelers ' Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing 122 N. Limestone St. Lexington, Ky. HOTEL LAFAYETTE A fl. Off-Campus Headquarters for University Students, and the Home of Kentucky Alumni when in Lexington LEN SHOUSE, JR., Manager my 2'l1'l WS 1' .fl to-1 'Z S So Delicious and So Easy to Buy! 3 kk lm 1 A D l - as What a convenience to be -:C E " . , -A able to buy at the neigh- fl L- wx borhood store such a won- I 'ffl-I 45, ,X wh clerful health food as our - ith? 41 ice cream. You'd be sur- ! . :1 ll -TL, 1- , g -: '- ILL? - Q- prlsed to know the num- -X,- , l- -T: ? ---'ii-4-.'i" ber of dealers that sell ' 'ii V ffl, if lk vi K l 5.1 6 S, ffl 1 i " ll lil l S S S ll lu, ll Compliments of I Complimenis SEARS, ROEBUCK 8: CO. Of Phoenix S A With Compliments Hotel fm' COLDSTREAM STUD Lexington, Ky. ll N S - S 1 l l A T VI f + 'xx f V4 X i XX I NAR UNIVERSITY COMMONS If SPRING AND FALL SEMESTER, 1930-31 T . MEAL HOURS: ' Breakf t ...... 7:15-9:15 Lunch ...... 11:30-1:00 Dinner ...... 5'15-6:45 SODA FOUNTAIN HOURS: 9:00 A. M.-6:00 P. M. 35.00 MEAL TICKET Th Consecutive Meals for Six Days 2153.00 MEAL TICKET Breakfast and Supper for Six D y MCVEY HALL-THIRD FLOOR T l Ascend South Stairs to Comm M' l I u W , 4 w Keep The Kentuekian for College Memories ..... Sell your Text- books for Cash to the T Campus Book Store Mcvey Hall X , ff Compliments of Montgomery I-4 3I'Cl gl O. will f e Complimen ts of Carl S. Kelly Wholesale Distributor K CHEESE fdff MAYONNAISE ta The Rose Street Confecftionery kes this opportunity to thank the 1931 Graduates f the Potato Chips, C ndy, Etc. U ty f K t ky Ph A hi d 1405 for th t ued p t o g one S an and wishe ch d y o e 125 N B 3dWaY Happines a d S ss all LEXINGTON. KY. thei f t e de tak g - O ' - 1 . e M i ki A N I gf W w f.7'Sx N sf' Jlutoqraphs 5 Z0 8 33 W W 4 R7 ' N I Jluioqraphs 5 if Q U, Tm' f! 'Sx ly f'f:3xX Jliq phs ! X Q i D all l N N Nw IPage 278 . 7 If -9 I 5 :L ,,.g.-siziggjglgx.. 1 ,Y +.....-,. V5"F2,21'!w'x' Y 1 SWQTL4-3-Eumfllll "M HW' F I 24251 I U " TQ 1. . ,' .'fI",gj:,. lg IIII T II-1 I 9 YZZJ v 51 sl' 4111 7 Z 1 ,,+-,,,h -QFW ,, I n 1 'Q I , 1 -i I I J W1 V Yi A 1r q-nk. X1 Qiii xxnX lllll 3,3 -,1Af.L,f R .7 ,. KV N ,fl '-Mx ,f 1 1.l"s""' XX k:::: V--' " Au' Li. ,iin11'i- 1... , ... .....- K' ,ul I, 'll'


Suggestions in the University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) collection:

University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collection, 1926 Edition, Page 1

1926

University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collection, 1928 Edition, Page 1

1928

University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collection, 1930 Edition, Page 1

1930

University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collection, 1932 Edition, Page 1

1932

University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collection, 1933 Edition, Page 1

1933

University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY) online yearbook collection, 1934 Edition, Page 1

1934

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.