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i: SSH KT FiKSIEII SI • ii JAMES H. ANDERSON, Editor ERNEST E. SHO EA, Business Manager ihe u lvel 5lTy 6- y- r r tr::::-, KGniUCKY .. u.. ' t(K ' - ' ' H r ■ ; a« .vV F TO TH€ COLL€G€ ¥ N S an d JCI€nC€5 We Jlo4iJOA. DocioR Frank LeRdnd Mc i:y President of the Uuiveisity of Kentucky We cMoHJO Al.ULRl Bl. ] AMIN ClIANDl 1 R Gox ' cnior of the Coinmotncfaitli of Kriilitt hy We Mo4Ui I ' m L. I ' REMICE Jio D Dean, College of Arls and Scienres McVeif MU BoU ot e uie. Scieiuze. fiiuAxlUnXf, • ««»!•« Ad iu tiii uiUo-i AdminUtnxitio liidUalU Ike JlciU ; - i ( (UfJt cMcdl Wo4fUlVUi fiuUciUUf RICHARD H. lU 1 1 IK PRisini r I.kxi (;t() . Kv. I) II) 1 1 I Will Rs VICI I ' KI Mill I Raiti.i: Ckf 1 k. M h ii. Be4 4jOA. Qlall Uyjiicje M R I 1)1 1 II H ( II M ( Kl 1 K I.rxiNcroN. Kv. .C5 c;ari. g. annov TRF S1RI R I M 1 1 ( I 1 1 I I , k 1 . 2 eon Dr. T. T. Jones Dcroi o Men 1)1 w I . 1 ' . C. • Se4UJ0 AS I OR KKRMITT AKERS alpha (.am ma rho Amba. Kv. Block and Bridle Club. Intramural Manager. Y. M. C. A.. Agricultural Society, University of Kentucky 4-H Club 1 RANK CL ' LLEN BELL I ' KoviDiNci:. Kv. Dairy Club. Poultry Club, University 4-H Club. Agricultural Society. Fat Stock Judging Team. Block and Bridle Club. Alpha Zeta MARY EDWARD liOlLDIX M WSMLI.l . Kv. Home Economics Club. Y. W. C, A. HAZEL 15RO V ALPHA XI 1)1 I.r A Ekaxkiori, Kv. Pres. and Treas. Alpha Xi Delta, Woman ' s Fan Hellenic, Sophomore Commission, Association of Women Students, Home Economics Club, Stroller Eligible, Y. W. C. A,, Younger Democratic Club EDXA MAE C.VMPBELL Bltler, Ki . Home Economics Club, Y. W. C, A. WIM 1 M E. A VI5REV .Mll.Ll KMinvN, Kv, )()H H. lU LL. JR. M I ' ll I. ! 1 unci I ' aris, Ki . Pres. Alpha Gamma Rho, Sec Inter- fraternity Council, Lances, Pitkin Club. Pershi ng Rifles. Scabbard and Blade. Block and Bridle, Agricul- tural Society, Pan-Politikon Executive Committee GIV liOYD (.ORIKINSVILLE, TlXN. E. L()(. liROW.N I ' m 111 MA mi lA SlIlLin ILLE. kv. Block and Bridle, Alpha Zeta I ' Al I 1 C ARR ACQ SK.M V ( HI C:arrollt ) , K . Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle 22 I M R I I.I ( (K)k I.I I .I«)N. K . Home Economics Club (11 AKI II DIXON II Mill . K . Pros. Alpha Z?ta. Vlcc-Prp.s. Block and Bridle. Pros. Poultrv Club. Dairv Club. Fat Stock Judging Team. Ag- ricultural Society, y. M. C. A.. University of Kentucky 4-H Club l KMI Ml C . (.Rll 1 I 1 I iiWK. k . ( Will 11. III.IX.I.-, M ril (.VMM 1)1 1.1 .M()K(. M MM). Kv. Association of Women Students. Phj Upsilon Omicron. Mortar Board (.1 ()R(,I. Kl RIV. M I ' ll (.WIM Kilo I.ANCASil R. K. . Vice-Pres. Alpha Gamma Rho. Vice- Pres. Agricultural Society. Pres. of University 4-H Club. Pres. Block and Bridle Club. Senior Cabinet Y. M. C A , Lamp and Cro.ss. Strollers i ' ilii M KIRK ( R I ORl) i.ll! ) . k . Block and Bridle Club. Dairy Club. Agricultural Society. Pres. Sophomore Class SOI. (.OI.DS l.oiisMi.i.r, I ll. Kv. Rl I nil WIMI RSIN ni I I I I Kv. 1.1 i-.(.i() . Homo Economics Club Society, Pitkin Club. Agricultural Y. W. C. A. I. i; 1 ' . I ( Kso rill III I.I I HI I K 1IM ( 1 . K . Trea s. Phi Delta Theta. Agricultural Society. Junior Councilman. Men ' s Student Council. Lamp and Cross. Sec. Block and Bridle Club. Scabbard and Blade, Pershing Rifles KLK.WOR I.K;oN OhI MON. Kv. Home Economics Club, Y. W. 23 Senior Se4n4JMyi FREIJ McGOLDRIC.K ersailles. Kv. M ARir, MARCUAf AIPll X (; MMA DELTV C: )R1!I . K . Association of Women Students Transfer Club. Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club DONALD lU.AIX MITTS AVii.i.i Isi(n s. Ri . Rl 1 H NAOMI NA I. 1,1 iN(;rc) . Kv. Home Economics Club, Women ' s Athletic Association Y. W. C. A. ANDV NKSRirr IVIRVIIU. . . C. • k (,. H. McMlRlRV . L1 ' HA (. VMMA RIIO lUlNA ' i.srA, Kv. Block and Bridle Club, Agricultural Society EDITH REBECCA MAY alpha xi delta Lexington, Kv. HELEN LOUISE MORC;A London, K . EDMOND NELSON W ' niii .Mills. Kv. I. NE PIRNEI.L Lexincton, Kv. Home Economics Club 24 RL I II ROW HOI II AM ZETA lAI Al I ' ll V LhXIN(,l ) . K . Phi Upsllon Omlcron. Y. W. C. A. Home Economics Club RIC II ARl) M SANOIIl R lil I K I) I. K.V. rillLMA SHARI ' I.I xiNcroN, Kv. |()ll li. SOl ' THARD 1.1 I KM , Kv. W II SON M. ROI I I MG.MA Nt ' . k.iiol. svilli-, Kv. ROM I I I MX ION 1 I l (. KIN. k . Home Economics Club. Agricultural Society. Glee Club. Y. W. C. A., Phi Upsilon Omicron Ml I McCOV SHI RI R (ill OMI (. If i (.i )N. K . Mortar Board. Phi Upsilon Omicron. Home Econo mics Club CIIARI 1 S lARKING TON lllKI I.Wl), K . I WII s IR. SIKI ' HI ' .X.S rl KMM ' A Al I ' ll |M)I IMNDI :l . K . Alpha Zeta. Phi Epsilon Phi. Pitkin Club. Patterson Literary Society Y. M. C. A. I I : Mil IH I. TAM.OR 1 I IN(n ) . K . Women ' s Athletic Association. Home Economics Club. Y. W. C. A. 25 SeniMA. Set M ANCVK li. I KIMBLE M I ' ll (. l l 1)1 I,T. WlNCIlI Sll R. kV. Vice-Pres. Phi Upsilon Omicron. Ag- ricultural Society. Home Economics Club, Y. W. C, A.. Fresliman and Sophomore Commission r. R(:ARl•; T l. whalfa I ' llMINGSIUlRt;, Kv. Phi Beta. Mortar Board, Y. W. C, A., Phi Upsilon Omicron, Agricultural Society, Home Economics Club IRC.I. I. WINSI.OW Lexington, Kv. Phi Upsilon Omicron, Pitkin Club, Home Economics Club. Y. W. C. A. (H ARUCS L. VALL. Cli LI ' H (.AM MA RHO C i A I Ki ( ' m . Ki . Block and Bridle Club. Dairy Club. Agricultural Society. University of Kentucky 4-H Club. Mens Glee Club JE.SSIK WILSON OWT NSIIOKO. Kv. Home Economics Club. Agricultural Society. Glee Club. Women ' s Ath- letic Association. University Demo- cratic Club. Y. W. C. A. CHARLl S L. W ' I A IT (AsiHI A. K . University of Kentucky Band .MARC, R1 1 VOUNG nii.i 1)1 I lA 1)1 I.I A MoRi.AM 11 ID. K . Phi Upsilon Home Omicron, Y. W. C. A., Economics Club AVILI.IWI I ' lil RM 1 1 1 Fi l,ri) MRS 1 11 1 C HER Li mm. ion CHARLES DIXON FlALLlL lilEl.n 1R 1 . . . . 1 ,1 I (. ION BEN R. nolDS Ll-XINGTON .Ml ICHEI.E MiF. RL. M) 1 M 11 M DOROTHV EMMI 1 I ' A.scAGoi ' iA, Miss. 1 1) I R I 1 I.IMNI.ION V. V. CIRIEEIN lllMONMI I r. ' I ' fnx. HE 1 . ROWE lORRi Si 1 . MINOR M WSl.K K l) N ll,l,i; 26 4e QcJJLeXfe ol 1)1. N 1 ' . 1 ' . Bl)M Be4 4jM AI.ICF, WARII.LA AD Wis Al PH r.AMM ni LT . lE n ' iiis, Ten.n. Phi Beta. French Club. Y. VV- C, t Transfer Club JEAN ALLEN ' CHI OMFr. A Paris. Kv. Phi Beta Kappa. Chi Delta Phi, Prt - Chi Omega. French Club. Fleur dc lis, Pan-Hellenic Representative Y. W. C. A. JAMES ALRUT ALPHA SIGMA PHI Li xi r;ro . Kv. M Rf.ARET AXDERSON I HI OMEGA C:i AKKS II.LE, TeNN. CAROLYN ALLEN kappa kappa gamma Jeffer.so. town, Ki . Kentuckian Staff, Y. W. C. A. M R 1 HA ALLEN Li i. (,i ). , Kv. I WII s H. ANDERSON pi kappa alpha Lexington, Kv. Editor-in-Chief of the Kentuckia Strollers. Student Council (.l()R(,E 1 ' . ARCHER I ' aimsvillf, Kv. VILLL . 1 B. AR IHIR Loiismllk. K . Asst. Managing Editor of The Kernel, Men ' s Glee Club JOSEPH C. ARVIN PHI nELTA THETA )M I NSBORO. Kv. 28 |1 1. ASH IK (III OMK. I ' lMMLI.I . KV. French Club. Chi Delta Phi. Y. W. C. A, Kolu i I ( I ! 1)1 ii (.in WAXDA E. 1!I,RR l)H.T IJF.I.I A 1)1 1,1 krsmi.i.i s. K . Association of Women Students, Y. W. C. A. lii; I I II 1U)S ()| I II (III () ii (. I.I xi (,i() . K . K. O. T. C. Sponsor. Y. W. C. A.. Women ' s Athletic Association. Beauty Attendant twice London. K . Alpha Chi Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma R KDI IH HACM i I ' ll III I I nil I I.I XIN(.I()N. Kv. Pres. Alpha Delta Theta. Sec. Senior Class. Pres. Pan-Hellenic. Women ' s Athletic Association. Senior Cabinet ot Y. W. C. A.. A.ssociation Women Students Council. Kentuckian Staff. Junior Prom Court. Rifle Team. Sponsor Aeronautical Society. Pan-Politikon. Guignol 11(111 I, GAINE.S IIAI (.11 INCIllSIl R. K . Secretary of Phi Epsilon Phi. Y. W. C. A. ( II ARM ' S M. BI,()( III R I.I IN(,I()N. K Vice-President Patterson Literary Society. Sigma Pi Sigma. White Mathematics Club I)() I. IiRI (. RJ) I R SI(. I ( III 1,1 MNCTON, Kv. Alpha Chi Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma. Pi Mu Epsilon i.orisi si:i,F UROWN I.I IN(.10N, Kv. I J 29 Sefuo Se4i4J0AA. j. RICHARD RISH. |R rm Di IT A Tin i I.l MM. ION. K ' l . President Plii Delta Theta. Lances, Pershing Rifles, Strollers. Kentuckian Staff |, . MF.S EDWARD BRVSOX V I sH. K. . Pryor Pre-Med Society. Commtttee of 240 F. ' ELVN M. CARROI I Gi:oiu.ETo VN. Ki . rARV ELEANOR CI K ' ' K MM ' A CWI l WiNf MI STIR, K . University Extension Studio, Glee Club. Y. W. C. A. Rl ' TH CLOPTON M ' HA XI DKLTA HlN TSVII.LF, Al. . Guignol. Strollers. Y. W. C. A. RICHARD H. BITEER SICM CHI 1,1 i (.in , K ' l . Lamp and Cross. President of Sigma Chi. Scabbard and Blade. Pershing Rifles. Lamp and Cross. Lances, Boxing Team. Keys {.RANVILLE B. B RM SIOMA M Brooksvu.1.1 . K , Phi Beta Kappa, Lances, Scabbard and Blade. Vice-President of Pi Sigma Alpha. President and Vice- President Patterson Literary Society. Debate. Glee Club. Lamp and Cross, Pan-Politikon. Phi Epsilon Phi JOHN CHAMBERS DFLTA TAU DI- LI A LrXINOTON, Kv. Y. M C. A. Cabinet, Glee Club STANLEY ELIZABETH CX. K I-PA KAPPA f.AMMA WlXrHl SIT R. Kv. Y. W. C. A.. Glee Club GLENN CONNARD CODY Smithsboro, Kv. Pryor Pre-Med Society . " .() Ml I. IN C.OGSWFI I. I,i;xi r;i() . k . Ill I I ( () (.I I l() III I I ] i I I III [ I I.I IS(.l(lS, k . l.Ol Is l, COOK. ]i.. Ni( iioi s Mil. K . |r AM 1 A ( IMMIXS I I l (, I I ) , k , I WMil.NCK C.Ol.MNS W iiinsiuKc K . 1)() [ 1) ( ONK l Dm Rihi.i . ks ( M.l.I, W II.ni.R (.RAlk K MTV K l ' l ' (. M I I.OI ISMT.l.l . k . Sponsor Company F. Junior Prom Queen. Guignol. Y. W. C. A. l K(. KI 1 ( OOI ' I K i rin I. i i III I I M M l(lS. kN . IMC ( KOOk I.I IN(,I() . K . Member of University of Kentucky ' s Philharmonic Orchestra s R I.OI IM ( INDIIT SoNII RSI I. k . Pres. Phi Beta. Mortar Board. Glee Club. Guignol Production Staff. Strollers. Dutch Lunch Club. Y. W. C. A.. Owens 31 Sefucp BeMjMA. JAMES W.CURTIS ri KAPPA ALPHA Si ' KiNOFii Lu. III. Sec. Student Council. Inter-Prater- nity Council. Lances. Kentuckian Staff. Freshman Tennis. Transfer Club. Literary Editor Kentucky Ker- nel, Director of Strollers, Guignol, Radio Staff MILDRED DENNY 111 LI A DELTA DELTA l(:HOL SVILLE, Kv. EI.I . RETH DOYLE delta zeta Lexi ton. Kv. Women ' s Athletic Association. Pitkin Club. Kentuckian, Y. W. C. A. J. MES E. ECKENHOFE Lexington, Kv. r.H, RLES H. EUINC. Pill M(,MA K PI ' M(iR(; . Kv. I 1 Is (.. 1) S() I.I l (.lci . k . EREDERICK A. deWILDE DELIA T. U DELTA IVMDUIN, N. . Pershing Rifles. Scabbard and Blade, Strollers, Guignol BET lY EARLE KAPPA DELTA Urban A, Ohio Pres. KaoDa Delta. Vice-Pres. Theta Sigma Phi, Chi Delta Phi, Mortar Board, Publicity and Archery Man- ager of Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion, French Club, Junior Editor of Kentuckian. Fleur-de-Lis, Sorority Editor of Kentuckian, Associate Ed- itor Kernel, Publicity Manager and Vice-Pres. Association of Women Students CARL WALTER ERIKSON SK M I ' HI I PSILON Fl. NDI KS. N. J. Keys. Inter-Fraternity Council. House Intramural Manager HELEN FARMER alpha gamma delt. Lexington, Ky. Pres. Alpha Gamma Delta, Cwens. Mortar Board. Phi Beta. Glee Club. Strollers. Guignol. Y. W. C. A.. Pan-Hellenic 32 IKC.IM 1 1 1-RC.l S() M I ' lr i III II ta.ovhKroRi. Kv. Young Democrats Club Y. W C. A, (.1 ()R(.I |() II skDI (ill KIN. N. |. Patterson Literary Society. Alpha Delta Sigma. Guignol II II) I II WDKRS I ' . M I I ( KM k, MiCll. Vice-Pres. ol Senior Class, Scabbard and Blade. Pershing Rifles. Lamp and Cross. Lances, Guignol, Glee Club kOlil K I W l()RS I III MI.M I III 1.1 IM.II1 . Kl . ,M RV (.. I I NKHOI SI R K ri K M ' l ' A (. M I !.l MM. ION. Kv. ' « f iaT l. ( OWN M-RC.l SON I I i (,i() . Kv. Pi Sigma Alpha Ml Rl l I 111 1)S I ' lll h fV SK.M 11 M ll. K . w i, 1 1 K , II irri . |R i ' lll III I.I I III I A ■SONII KSI I. Kv. I Kl I) I I 1 (. l III M.l ' ll I l (l ll I. 1,1 xi (.i(i , K . Strollers, Pryor Pre-Med Society, Catholic ciub, Pershing Rifles SARA HON I (.l, I K H KK01ISI1I KC. K . Association of Women Studen ts, Kernel Stafl ' , Y. W. C. A. 33 Sefuo4d Se4i4J(xnA. MARI.W GIBBS 1) ION. Ohio Women ' s Athletic Association, y. W. C. A. ESTHER GOLDBERG Loi isMi i.r, Rv. I.OUIS GORDON M r. SiiKiiNc, Kv. Sigma Pi Sigma. Patterson Literary Society, Varsity Debate. German Club ROBERT B. GRIFFITH Gil K1 I si ) , S. G. I ' m Mu Alpha, University of Ken- tucky Synipliony Orchestra, Univer- sity 01 Kentucl y Band . RGHIE W. HAI.L -Mll.M KMU H(;, Kv. 1 R IN E. GIEEENW A 1 ER G M Cjn , Kv. Kernel Staff, Y. M. C. A. I C k GOom KOONTZ El i i.iii . Kv. Phi Mu Alpha. Delta Sigma Chi, Kernel, Guignol. University of Ken- tucky Orchestra, University Band, Intramurals, Glee Club W II 1 IA I T.GORMI 1 . |R. I RSAII.LES, K . AI.K E G. (iGERRAXT I 111 OMI I. W ' li Mold . k . BFRMGE EEIZ. RETH H I.E W 1 sltl R(.. k . Glee Club ;ii kl NSl I 1, I.OWIl 1 II l I Kill . K . Pryor Prc-Med Society ODIS I, IK HARRIS I K Nkl.l . K . Kernel Feature Editor. Contributor to Sour Masli, Camera Club i i( I lonsK iiii 1 I (111 (i ii (. I III iv nil. K . Kl I II Ml Ri ' in now 1 M M OKI). K ' l . ( R()I A III KM hi I I III I I III 1 I li XKDsroUN. Kv. Vlce-Pres. Delta Delta Deltx |1 M I 111 I I I II RM-.D lioMllN. K ' l . University Democratic Club, Glee Club. Y. W. C. A. |l l Will UK. (.INS I ' ki . K . Alpha Chi Sigma I IK l l s I IIOI BROOK Rl II ill Ml. k . (I R SOI ' l-.R Iir(.lll s 1,1 XIM.ION. K . Phi Beta. Guignol. Y. W. C. A., Women ' .s Athletic Association. Baptist Student Union I Wll s r. IR l l MI.M Al.ni A 1 I ' Ml.OS I.I XINOTON, Kv. Alpha Chi Sigma. Pershing Rifles. Freshman Golf BetndXiAA. SenioAyi lllRSCHKL H. JAVNE 1 1 Ai Gap, kv. Pryor Pre-Medical Society LAI R A 1)1 . A JOHNSON KMM ' A DtLTA 1.1 IN n )N, Kv. University Bacteriology Society (.l()K(.l, H. KAsl I ' llI SICMA KAPCA 1,1 iN(.ro , Kv. Pres. Plii Sigma Kappa. Advanced R. O. T. C. Glee Club. Intramural Manager. Freshman Track. Strollers DONALD L. KING SiRAiis Corners, N. V. V. LDO D. KNIGHT AI.l ' II GAMMA RIIO I ' leasureville, Ky. ILI AUK LH JOHNS ro I ' ADI CAH, Kv. RALl ' H i:. JOHNSON l IMI IM OMK.A MAniSON. N. J. Sports Editor of Kentucky Kernel, Editor ■■K " Book. Head Announcer Radio Studios. Guignol . H)RrON KELLY nri.l A TAl DELIA .Morions G i . Kv. Delta Sigma Chi, Stroller. Guignol, Y. M. C. A. TR WCES KIPPING k l ' r DELTA C RR()LLTON. Kv. Committee of " 240. " " Alma Magna Mater, Y. W. C. A. 1 LI AIU. I H A. KRIEGFL K.VITA DELTA SHAU HAN. Kv. Sophomore Commission Y. W. C. A., Senior Cabinet Y. W. C. A.. Dutch Lunch Club Program Chairman. As- sistant Society Editor of Kernel. So- ciety Editor of Kernel. Kentuckian Staff. French Club. Vice-Pres. Fleur- de-Lis. Theta Sigma Phi, Association of Women Students Council. Guig- nol. R. O. T. C. Company Sponsor, Pres. of Dutch Lunch Club 3f) ( Ml (i ri (. I.I i (.i()N. K . Phi Beta Kappa. Vlce-Pres. Mortar Board. Sec. Thcta Sigma Phi. Pilkia Club. Kernel Staff. Senior Caom i. Y. W. C. A.. Sophomore Commi.sioi). Dutch Lunch Club. Fleur-de-Lis. Editor of -K ' Book. Treas. of Cwens (.. R. I. II I.OMION. K . Alpha Chi Sigma llORO I in . I ;(:. . IMISII K l ' l ' K API ' V (;, MM 1 KSMI.I.I S. K . Kentuckian Staff IIOOKI-R I(( 1 M lii ooMi II I II. K . Pryor Pre-Med Society JOHN I . M. kl M. M I ' ll i v omk; C MI1I VN . Kv. Pres. of Alpha Tau Omega. Pres Omicron Delta Kappa. Inter-Frater- nity Council. Student Council. Scab- bard and Blade. Senior Manager oi Basketball, Pershing Rifles. Stroller.s. Lances. Pryor Pre-Med Society. Ken- tuckian Staff. Alma Magna Matt-r, Student Union Building Committer ROlU R I 1.. I .WVSON Willi VM.Mll R(., Kv. Alpha Sigma Phi |( s| rill.M. l.l.K 1)1 I.I v 1)1 1. r 1)11. 1 A l.oi isvii 1 1 . K . Cwens. Guignol. Y. W. C. A. M K Ik ( I s I, ( I | K l ' l ' 111 i I I I l)KS II I I . K ' l . Sec. Phi Beta. Chi Delta Phi. Senior Cabinet Y. W. C. A.. Phi Epsllon Phi, Kentuckian Staff. Kernel, Guignol Key S WII II (. 1, |)() | I) 1 .1 l (.lii . kl . International Relations Club. Men ' .s Glee Club. Alma Magna Mater ROI ' .I K I I l 1 ()M 1 Pill KAIM ' A TAU C; )vi (.r ) . Kv. Pres. of Phi Kappa Tau. Production Manager of Radio Studios. Delta Sigma Chi. Pres. Catholic Club. Pan- Politikon. Guignol. Assistant Track Manager, Dormitory Council. Busi- ness Manager of Strollers, Kentuckian Staff 37 Sefuo Se4iM MARV MAST1.RSON CHr OMlf. NlW CVSTLF. K.V. EARLF. R. MARTIN lamhiiv chi li ' 11a Irvine. Kv. Pryov Pre-Medical Society. Guignol. Pershing Rifles I R Mil II.R M I ' ll l hi I I 1,1 1 (.H N, K ' l . HI I n III I Ml I CHII.L I Ml IMI (. I ' dltlsMOl 1 II. OlIKl Pros. Boyd Hall. Glee Club. Guignol. Association of Women Student Coun- cil, Chi Delta Phi. Y. W. C. A. IKL Mll.l.l.K MOORl. DEI r TAl 1)1 I.TA Lexington, Kv. Pres. Delta Tau Delta. Scabbard and Blade. Business Manager Kentucky Kernel, Pres. Keys. Pershing Rifles. Alpha Delta Sigma. Omicron Delta Kappa, Student Council. Advertis- ing Manager Kentucl y Kernel. Au- ditor Commerce Employment Asso- ciation. Winner Sophomore Scholastic Cup M RK . M. R1.0 1-: I ' llI SU MA KAI ' I ' V I.EXINCION, Kv, Strollers, Pryor Pre-Medical Society. Glee Club. Y. M. C. A.. Pitkin Club. German Club Mil DRI 1) M R1 IN i I ' ll 1. M i HI I I 1,1 i (.iii . K . UOROIHV MIMHAN Lexinoton, Kv. ]()V(:i Moiu 1 K I ' 1 • 1 1 1 I I Oi n I Hue. I i . Ill 1)1.1 ( . Ml Kl ' ll I ' lll SK.MA k M ' I ' A Ha vrd, Kv, Inter-Fraternity Council. Strollers. Lances, Keys 38 I lllonon A ADl.l - 1 I. IN ISkddki . N. . Pres. Thcta Sigma Phi. Associate Editor Kentucky Kernel. Association of Women Students. Mortar Board. Chi Delta Phi. Y. W. C. A. Senior Cabinet. Editor " K " Book, Cwen.s, Editor University Bulletin. Cosmo- politan Club. Y. W. C. A Sophomore Commission. Editor Y. W. 0. A Bul- letin, Association Women Student Junior Scholarship |()l kl l) 1 I M 1. I I MM.IIIN. k . l K M M l l 1.1 XINt.ION, KV. Pres. Mortar Board. Vice-Pres. Y W. C. A.. Vice-Prcs. Chi Delta Phi. Treas. Theta Sigma Phi. Association of Women Students. Cwens. Vice- Prcs. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. Kernel Stall I NOMAS . . 1 l I ' ll SK.M fill l.i xi r;i() , Kv. SWl 11 M 11. I I MM. KIN. Kv. I)()K(» I li l( IIOl.S c III (IMI (. I I IM. i( . k . Suky. Y. W. C. A. i;i I I I ' .Kl ( IM NN 1111 OMI . 1 1 ls Mil. Kv. Oniccr in Chi Omega. Y. W. C. A , Stroller Eligible, Committee of " 240 " kl Willi ()( kl R IA. . I.l MM.KIN, K , Pryor Pre-Medical Society ROI ' .I R I I ' . Ol l hi 1 I 1 M 111 1 I I.l MM.IOS, Kv. Pryor Pre-Medical Society. Pershing IJihes. Pres. Keys. Sec. Y. M. C. A Senior Cabinet. Lances, Strollers, Kentuckian Staff k I III Rl l II. I ' ARk k M ' I ' A KM I " . (;AMM A k s s Cii v, .M(i. Phi Beta, Pitkin Club, Glee Club, Dutch Luncli Club. Y. W. C. A. Senior Cabinet, University Choristers 39 SeHio d Be4UJCf LENA PEAK KAPr A IIFXTA LaGrance, Y . ANNE CRENSHAW PHELPS KArPA KAI ' l ' A C WIMA CloVI RPORT, Ky. )OE W. QUINN Wateriurv. Conn. Delta Sigma Chi. Catholic Club. Kentucky Kernel M nr.E PAULA REGAN Lexington, Kv. WALTER RIDDELL JR. i hi delta theta Lexington. Kv. Pershing Rifles. Keys. Kernel Staff LOIS PERRY (HI OMK. H RROG TE, Fens. Chi Delta Phi. Pan Politikon. Y. W. C. A. k.VIHRVX POGIJE DELEA 7E1 A Paris. Kv. Dutch Lunch Club. Y. W. C. A CI ORGE CAL ER T REI I) ILLI,SBIIR(.. R ' l . Senior Cabinet of Y. M. C, A.. Pryor Pre-Medlcal Society, German Club J.V.MES L. RICH.KRDSON LA.MIIDA CHI ALPHA . sHLANn. Kv. University of Kentucky Band, Sec. Lambda Chi Alpha DONALD W. RIESIER Frankfort, Ky. Y. M. C. A. 40 Kl.SIK ). RILEV m.imia (.amma dklta Lfxingion. Ky. Y. W, C. A I R K IMRVN R()1U S ) I I IN(.ll . kl Kappa Delia Pi Dutch Lunch Club. Phi Bela Kappa, Y. W. C. A. WILLIAM G. ROSF. KAI ' PA SICMA Fl. 1 IIOM N. Kl . University of Kentucky Band. Glr. Club. Gulgnol. Inter-Praternity. Pres. Kappa Sigma WILLF.TT 11. RISH AI1M1 I Al () Ii(. I K ll IIS. Kv. ( II R1 1 S LICILN RVW SKiMA nil Lavvri XCKBlKe;. K . Intramural Manager. Pan-Politlkon, Committee of " 240. " Pryor Prc- Medical Society. Alma Magna Mater (.1 ()K(.l lU.HR ' l UOI ' .l R 1 S Li xiNc.ioN. Ki . Glee Club IRf;INr A ROIU S() Pros. Owens. Phi Beta, Kei:tuck Suky. Senior Cabinet Y W. C. R. 6. T. C. Company Sponsor. Phi Delta. Mortar Board. Pres. . ' ociation Women Students. Jun Scholarship Award. Pres Theta Sigma Phi tan, A , Chi As- ior C. A. ROSWLLL rm KAIM ' A I AU LixiNcnoN. Kv. Alpha Chi Sigma I n n. RITHLRFORI) Li xi (;roN. K . Glee Club. German Club. Y. W. C. A. I) Win N. SALVFRS KAIM ' A SIt.M LiXI.NC.rON. Kv. News Editor Kentucky Kernel. Suky. Strollers. Delta Sigma Chi. Lances 41 Se4uo4d Se4€iX)A I RKDKRICK W. St llLI.l-.. |K 1 )i 1 IK), Ohio Sigma Pi Sigma, Glee Club, White Mathematics Club IMII l (.H .SETTI.K Ik WKi OKI. K . Y. W. C. A. Cabinet I F.ANNE .SHORT 1)1 l.r.V DIXI.V DhLT.V 0 vi; .siiOKo. Kv. I I R ' l I.RXON ,SMI I 11 .SIC.MANU GkI I Mil " , Kv. Pryor Pre-Medical Society IRENE G.WIlill.l. M ' .VRKs K. ri ' - DELl.V Asiir,. ND, Ky. Strollers I 1 I ' REI) R. ,S(:R()(;(,i Mason. K . Fr.vor Pre-Medical Society noROlHV .SHARl ' E i( li )l, .s ii.Li. K . M RV SHRAliERC; I 1 AIM.ION, IvV. Willi M r SMI I II k l ' l ' l I ' ll ( .oKiUN . k . Pryor Pre-Mrdlcal Society S M Sl ' | |)| (. I I II WON. k . 42 (.1 OKl.l I M ' l ( I R I ' ll! SK.M K VI ' I ' V IJlATVML 1 J , K . EdItor-ln-Chlef Kentucky Kcrnol. Omicion Delta Kappa. Student Council f f WM W II M | M ' l ( I R i. . I JOHN li. ' l ' RA(.l Ns I.I liWON. Kv. Sigma Pi Sigma. Glee Club. Pitkin Club. Y, M. C. A. Senior Cabinet. Crosii Country Track Team s Willi R I I I II. JR. llU l)l Mil KC. K . 1 MI s I) s I I nil s I lllli (III M I ' ll I ' RlMONMll K(.. K . Cheer Leader. Lances. Glee Club. .Strollers. Guignol. Manager of R, o. T C and Varsity Rifle Team. Delta Kappa Alpha. Kernel Staff. Delta Sigma Chi. Kentuckian Staff I ' lill M I 1 lUI II 1,1) 1,1 xiN ;r(). . Kv. Pryor Pre-Medlcal Society. Univer- sity of Kentucky Aeronautical As- sociation. Announcer Radio Studios III Klil K I roR I I R S V R I I ' l I I I III 1 ,1 i (. u . K . W 1. I I.R I llOMAs riM K Al ' I ' A TAIJ .■ .SHI.A.N[), KY. I DRI ' .I II I ll() l S K M ' l- i ni I III i nil, kv. I ' ri l l 1 IIOMl ' .SON I Vl I lll s II I I , kv. While Mathematics Club. Pi Mu ropsilon. Sigma PI Sigma. Phi Beta Kappa. Kappa Delta Pi 43 Sefud Senior JOHN lOOHKV SK MA t:HI AVpnchfsikk. K . Glee Club (a-.ORGF H. TIRM R S( Ml M ( I Ml . . . M k M I, W 1 1)1 DELTA ZEl A Covington, Ky. Sec. Association of Women Students Strollers. Vice-Pres. Delta Zeta. Woman ' s Athletic Association. Y. W. C. A . W. A. A. I M)! ( AIHKRIM: 1 !( kl k I.I ' H . l 111 LI I.ni IS ILLL. Kv. Guignol. Pitkin Club. Radio Staff. Y. W. C. A. I l I H VF.R 1 LRXI R I III oMir. I.I I (.I()N, K . Vice-Pres. Chi Omega. Y. W- C. A.. Stroller Eligible. Guignol U I. IR WKI I W AI I ACF |R 1,1 l l.lci . k . Pres. Pryor Pre-Medical Societ.v. Vice-Pres. Freshman Class. Football Squad. Ke.V5. German Club ; «««» b will. H. WASSOX rlll SIG.MA KAPr. Paris. Kv. Inter-Fraternity Couiiril, Kentucky Kernel. Pres. Phi Sigma Kappa. Strollers jl-.W WI ' I.S chi omfca Mav.svii.le, Kv. Chi Delta Phi. Guignol. Y. W. C. A Kl III W i I HI RIOKI) IILLIA KIA Ml NKOKlniLLL. Kv. Phi Beta. Cwens, Pi Mu Epsilon. White Mathematics Club. Glee Club. Sigma Pi Sigma. Y. W. C. A. DoRi) I i.orisi. VH. i.i; K MM ' A DELTA Lexington. Kv. Pres. Y. W. C. A.. A. W. S. Council, Pres. Chi Delta Phi. Mortar Board. Theta Sigma Phi. Dutch Lunch Club. Pitkin Club, Guignol Key, Literary Editor Kernfl Staff, Fleur-de-Lis. French Club 44 WIN R|i W II M Doner, wiiii ' i ' i I 1 ' aki , k . FRANCliS W ILI.I AMS liLI AVILLt. K.V. Women ' s Athletic Association, Y. W. C. A. WIS I () W INKM K I Mlih villi l I ' ll IRMM , K. . Delta Sigma Clii IIAROI.O R. voi.i ' i:r I k v ori;, N. . 45 Se uo Se ndXi COLLEGE OF AR LS AM) SCIENCES JOHN n IR .... Li iN(.io 1. H. .WOKR.SOX LixiNt.TON D.WID LIWVOOI) R 1 1. I,i is(.i(iN Dl ' FF ARM II I u KM IN RAl.I ' H R. R.ATKS sni. AM. WAI.IJS M. B . . . . I ' MMSMM 1 (.I.Ains II. HI- I.CHI R . . . (, KKi I I PERR M. liR . N I . . . V m Ml J. B. HRKCKINRIIK.K Li in(.I().n )rl.l AW BR ' i AN . . CATLrTTSBUR AMF.l.IA C. lU (kl.lA . . LixiNCTON JOHN M-.RN() CARRITH . A ii Aumi R[C:H. RD I " . CHAL ' T.T O k 1 ' skk. Ii i.. HELEN COM.F.E .... Lcji i mi.i.e R. W. CONI.EE St. nton J.AMES Cl ' RTFS . . .Spri (.fii i ii, Ii.i.. JOHN DIM [ ' I) R KI,1. I.IXINCTON DONAI I) I DOKRI.F.R . . . AsHL. Nn JOHN W. noXAHlE . Lonsvii.i.i STAN ION (;. DONDl RO . R(i m () K, Mk ii. F. 1$. I)R 1)1 P. Ris JESSE ELMER E ERSOLE . H zard C. W. FRANZ .... WURTLAND FSADORE FRFSCH . . Lexington AfARY B. GABBARn Lexington RAVMOMt .A(.I.E s i . i cnNNES, Ind. ADELLE S. (.ENSE.MER . Lexi (.iii BET I A (.II.IURI . . LA VREN(iiirR(. J.VMIS B. (.OIUI ' . . . Prisionsuurg 11.1 ()R (.K ll M . Greensburg M R(.ARI 1 (.R1-, 1 tlOl ' SE . Lexington . LrON M. H. R ILL . Princeton COVE HEILBRONNER . Henderson CHARLES HEINRICH . Mt. .Sterling OI ' H. HERO .... LovALL CIA J. JOHNSON . Lexington Rl 1 11 11 I.I WIS CAR I I R 1) |()llNsrON SIDNEY . L KELLY MARJORIE KOEHLER JOHN W. LANCASTER CHAM I ' EICON Rl I II M CRE, RV sc:oi I 1. MccaiRE Nil, SON Mc IONIA KA 1 HIRINl W . .MAII AN ANNE 1L R 1 MILW.VRD 111 RN RD 1I IS RLBV H. MIRPHV 1.1 1S(.I11N LlXlN(.ION H Will icis. Oiiici I 1 i i.ii) LEX1 C.I() HoI ' MNSMl-M I ' ll kl ( A N 1 111 Ll 1N(.1(IN Lexington B 1 ll l N LrXINGION W. F. .NESBITT Sgiioeieed B kk i ks. H ii IRENE E. OWENS .... W ii.mori l.OWFl.I. S. PELFREV . Oi n E HiEi. I) W ID I. R ND I.L . . . I.ixiNGios l.OIS REDMOND . . l, Ki N( I lu K(. DOSSI I Rl ID . . 0 k l ' KK. Ill . CORDII ALICE RIDDLE RwsoM IHIIAIA M ROEDERER . (.kiimuii LESLIE SCO IT .... Lixi (.i.i I ( (MLS L. SHERMAN . Hi si i (. i(i . N , . LUCY D. SINH ' SON ... Bi knmih EFFIE F. SF. RKS .... Mmu vi lR Nk V. STARRS . . . 1,i im.io M. RC. REI SLEWART . Lixim.ka WALLACE SWINK. . . . Lexin(.I( n |()IIN l. r. M.OR l.i i (.io N A MILDRED 1 HARP (Akkciiion II (II IE THORNTON iksmiiis I R Nk I RIMBLE . . . l.i in(.iii |()II W . 1 IRNER . . . Ni (Amii l.DCAR N ENTERS . . . PiKMiI.I.E M. R I H. WARREN . Creinvii.i.e DORO IHV A. VEBB . Hopkinsv ii.i.E ISOBl 1. F. HI lAKER . Li in(.io CORBIN 4C, Ccf4fUfte ice 1)1 1 hw Rii Wii sr SeMJO EDWARD HRVDIA ALCORN bK.MA CIII Hlstonville, Kv. JOSll ' H D. AlllX Ll I (.1CIN. IvV. HARR COR 1 I. AND! BIISS c; Lii vi I.I., N. ]. Freshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. Freshman Basketball, Varsity Basketball CHARLES H. BROOKS delta tau delta Henderson, Ky. TOM ALEXANDER SIGMA ALPH Kl ' MLON Lexlncton. Kv. l R OI L K AKRON Association Women Students. Y. W. C. A. ED(. R BOONE I ' lll SIf.MA ALPHA Lexington. Kv. University of Kentucky Orchestr Uni ■e sity of Kentucky Band. Phi Mu Alpha. Glee Club STLAR 1 BROOKS Lot ISVELLI . Kv. I RANK L. CAWOOD KAPPA ALPHA Vl •CHESTER, Kv. FARRLS CLEVELAND Lexington, Kv. •IS MII.TON COI.K C vMriii i.i-svii.i.r. Kv. NORMAN M. CM loKI) I.orisvii.i I . k ' l (.1 ()I (.1 1 . (ROWni R ll Nl Mil J . I l . S. W. DAM I. I-.R I.ooKoi r. K . University of Kentucky Band. Y. M. C. A.. Pitkin Club I-.IK. R l 1)1 IS Ai rii I i (i ii (. I.OI ISVM.T.I , Kv. |()11 111 NR (Ol.I.INS II k i ' i ' M.rii l ' m (AM. Kv. I ' lilversity of Kentucky Band. Keys Freshman Tennis Team. Var- sity Tennis Manager III k n. CRorcH I ' KIS. Kv. Glee Club iiow.VRi) r. i). i,r, I ' ciKisMoi I II. Ohio Personnel Manager of the Band. P reshman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. University of Kentucky Band, Freshman Basketball ELKANOR n.WIS AI.I ' II A XI 1)11.1 I.I xi ;i() . K . strollers. Ouignol. Y. W. C. A.. Sophomore Commission W II I I I A m WW I ri K ' ' M I ' ll Mil I l (,l()N, Il.NN. mM 49 Sefuo Benio CHARLES E. DUNN rITI K l ' l ' I MI C ' () iN(.io , K ' . Suky GAM.E THOMAS FIELDS Sir.MA CHI Hi i i . Ky. AVESTERX FL SK.M nil Fk wkiout. R RR EDWARD GIBBONS Memphis, 1 knn. WILLIAM P. ELLIOTL Hi KNsiDF, Kv. BEX B. FOWLER DELTA TAU DELTA Ll XINGTON. Kv. Inter-Fraternity Council, Scabbard and Blade M R10RV GALLAGHER TTA TM ' ALPHA L Ki WOOD, Ohio Sec. Pan-Hellenic. Pres. Z?ta Tau Alpha. Catholic Club, y. W. C. A. GLEN ' X B. GILL London, Kv. Kentuckian Staff JOHX GOLDSCHMEDIXG ALPHA TAl OMIc;a Grvni) Rapids, Mini. Alpha Delta Sigma CHARLES WALKER GRA ES SIGMA ALPHA LPSILON CWIPIil LI.SMLLL, Kv. Lamp and Cross H ' S CHARIF.S C. CUV AI.l ' ll V TAl ' OMEGA I.l XI (.I )V, Kv. FRANKLVN HKATH Gl ORGl TOWN, Kv. WOOOROW HOI.llROOK I.I ' M SK.MA I ' Ml WiiniSMi.i I , K . Strollers, Guignol, 1 Wll S A. HAGI.r.R ni I I I M Df I 1 A Sr. I ' m I.. Minn. Kentuckian Staff. Business Manager ol " " Sour Mash. " Kernel Staff. Busi- ness Manager of " " K " Book, Alpha Delta Sigma. Pitkin Club. University Democratic Club. Y. M. C. A.. Lamp and Cross Mis.s) DON.M 1) IR INF. Bardstou . K . Transfer Club. Democratic Club. Catholic Club, V. W. C. A. GFORGI-. JOHNSON . S11I M), Kv. |l 1 III K I I. FIN .Si ' kiN(.i II i.i . Kv. SMM ] inc. HIS. |R. I ' ll! 1)1-1.1 A I1U-1. Laxca-ster, Ky, 111 I l-N BROWAI IR l l 1)1 1.1. Dll.TA 1)11 1 Danville. Kv. Association of Women Students CHESFER JONES HiMA.Kv. Transfer Club .f)l Senia Se4 4JCfAyi BERTRAM L. KLEIN ASIORIA, I.. I.. . , -sr H VRRI 1). RRI || R, |R 1.1 Xl (.l() . k . Commerce Employment Association DONALD L. LUQL ' ES SICMA . U Clifton, N. J. j ' % 11 1 AMI I II 11 1 kl ll II R l-KWKl (Ikl . K . lAl RK n H. MErCALlE [R KAITA SIC. rA Lot ISVII LF, Kv. Treas. Inter-Fraternity Council. Lamp and Cross |()ll MIAERS. IR I.I l (.lii , R . 4;te ii CENE H. MYERS Louisville, Kv. DAN MEI IER, |R. HorKlNSMLI.F. Kv. IAR1 IN R. MORGAN Ll i (.1() , Kv. JEAX XAGEL delta delta delta TlTUSVILLE, Pa. 52 r. U. NICHOLS SIGMA M.ni A I I ' SII.ON I,i;xin(;t() . Kv. O. D. K.. Strollers I ' M () Rl R (III (IMI(. iKWkioRi . K . DAN W. SI.O I I I ' MI 1)1X1 Till I l.i xiNcrow K . Student Council. Beta Gamma Sigma. Junior Class Council 1 WIKS Nf. NORVl.I.I, AI.I ' IIA TAl! OMI (lA . 1 ' i:rr vii.i.r. Kv. Vlce-Pres. Alpha Tau Omega, Glee Club. Scabbard and Blade. Pershing Rifles. Strollers. Y. M. C. A. MOR ION ' POTIFR ill I I A lAi; DIXTA Li xiN(;ioN, Kv. Beta Gamma Sigma, Lances. Men ' s Glee Club. University Band. An- nouncer University Radio Studios, Stt oilers. University Choristers, Kernel Stad CKI C;ORV M. Sill I 11 W (.KlINDAI.l . K 1 - ' - -, 1 RVKSr K. .SHO I M I ' lIA SK.MA Pill Sc MINI (lADV, N. V. Treas. Alpha Sigma Phi. Omicroi. Delta Kappa. Business Manager ol ■•K " Book. Prcs. Alpha Delta Sigma. Circulation Manager Kernel. Keys. Business Manager Kentuckian. Glee Club .MAN R. SKI I.ll siii l«;. I ' l.A I-.N I ' Al I MA ION alpha tai omica Lfxinc.ion. K . Senior Football Manager. Advanced R. O T. C. Lances. Pitkin Club. Strollers. Scabbard and Blade. Radio Announcer. Y. M. C. A. RO Pershing lU-.Rl I.. SI l I.i:xiN(;ioN, Kv Rifles. Scabbard 1 RS and Blade 53 Se uc d SefidjMA. MARGERY Sll I HKRI.AXD Lexington, K . Y. W. C. A. CARL G. VAN NOV LAMnilA CHI ALPHA Madisonville. Kv. Pres. Lambda Chi Alpha HENRV F. WARREN PI KAI ' I ' A I I ' ll Si liKI 1 . K . TAIL E. TANNER ElORENCE, Ky. Beta Gamma Sigma MARY AUSTIN WALLACE AI I ' HA nEI.TA IHI lA Li xiNcroN, Kv, Manager of Girls ' Rifle Team, Women ' s Athletic Associa- tion, Y. W. C. A, BEX C. WILLLS K PI ' A .MI ' IIA CiNciNN All, Ohio W . L 1 ER ALVC k WOOLLM Lexino i( IN. K . EDWARD iU CKLER LniANON EROOks kIRK Lexin .i()N J. 8. DOUGLAS , . , . Hari.an HOPE SEEEI A Lixixr.roN HENRY ( I ISKH.I I ' ARIS R M w nnM,L ll ' l ' l K D K11 ' | , ! ' . DOROI HY E EL HICKS LlXINf.TON CER lis 1 . W 11 lAIOEE Ll lN(.l()N 54 4e GoUeae al oa44cau04t I)i w . S, Tavior Se4i4JM i HELEN DALZELLE ALLEN CV IHIANA, KV. CHARLES A. BARD Schenectady, N. V. 4 J k WALLACE NEAL BRIGGS phi kappa tau Covington, Kv. Guignol, Lamp and Cross. French Club. Suky. Radio Microphone Play- ers. Kernel Staff. Pitkin Club, Pan-Politikoil NL RGARET BROADDI S KAPI ' A DELTA Ir INE. K . ARVIN E. BUNGER BRANDEMiLRC, Kv. NLMRICE J. BUNGER BkANDENbLRG, KV. JACK. CARTY SIGMA PHI El ' SlLON PlNIATLLE. Ky. Y. M. C. A. ROSl . L R CLINRSCALES WlLLIAMSTOWN. Ry. Band Sponsor. Maid of Honor to May Queen. Military Ball Queen Attend- ant. Y. W. C. A.. Dutch Lunch Club. Association of Women Students. Glee Club, Women ' s Athletic Association Council, French Club . N A BESS CLARKE delta delta delta Paris, Ky. GR.AZLV KINGSLEV CONfBS ' IPER, Ry. 56 Willi i r. coMiis II v - . K . I.onSK CIRRIN 1 I.IMNC.ION. K . ANNABKI.I.r n IS Lexin .io . K . Pres. White Mathematics Club. Pitkin Club, Y W, C. A.. Dutch Lunch Club. I k 1 kl K 1 low I Ks III I I 111 I I 1)1 II Col IMIll . K . Y. W. C. A. M R lU.vs C.l 1. ION CoKIUN. Kv. A.ssoclation of Women Students, Glee Club. French Club, Y. W. C. A. ll u | (.k.m)N d aha. |R I.l XINt.lON. K . White Mathematics Club, Sigma Pi Sigma 1 K 1 I 1 H1 ill 1 ( kl 1 1 M I ' ll I. l l Ml II W II I.I WIMOW . K ' l . Guignol. French Club. Y. W. C. A., Women ' s Athletic Association I,. (.. RR1M) I.lliWON. Kv. student Council 111 R l (.R AHAM. JR. 11 k l ' l ' M.I ' ll I ' ADI (All. Kv. JOSI-I ' IIIM. (.RIDl.l.l.l NORIEIIOI.K. W. ' A. Guignol. Cosmopolitan Club. History Club, y W. C. A. 57 Se4 Uo Senict LLOM) WILLIAM H WKINS I ' Hl SIGMA K I i ' CONSTANCl , K . Kappa Delta Pi. Lamp and Cross, Pan-Politikon. Phi Epsilon Pi. Intramural Manager I ' ALLLNE HARMON ALPHA Xl 1)1 1.1 I ' lNE KnOI. K . Association of Women Students. Women ' s Athletic Association, y. W, C. A. MARIE HORIOX LtXINGION. KV. ELNLA L. HARDES rv ALI ' HA GAMMA Dl LTA LOIISVILLF. Kv. Women ' s Athletic Association Y. W. C. A.. French Club, Transfer Club ERM.V HARRI.S NlLHOLA VILLL, Kv. CALEB 1 0 VER.S fONE.S Manchesier, Ky. I I I. ' I KIDI) CORBIN. kl . Y. W. C. A. ; . 7 MAMIE sAR.VH M. nnnx cm o.Mr.G liiAKiLv. C; . Pershing Rifle Sponsor MAR LOl ISE M(C: R I in Li;xi.NGTON, K Dutch Lunch Club. Y. W. C. A. jAXE MARSHALL cm OMEG. MiLLlRSBCRG, Kv. 58 I) W II) I) K l l X i Tkl MONMll K(.. k . Aim k I A R. Il Rl ' ll M I ' ll 1)1 ITA 111! I Lol ISVILLK. KV. University of Kentucky Orchestra CLAl DIA 1- NK 1,KXI (.I )N. K WINONA I " . I U()IU S C:i. RK .()N. K. . W C. A.. Dutch Lunch Club Rl ' VA SIA ION Mill DIM A I UK I AsllI.AM). Kv. Vice-Pres. Alpha Delta Theta, Court of Honor of May Queen. Junior Prom Court. Representative to Pan- Hellenic. Y. W. C. A. l l MOM I I I 1.1 MNC.IDN. KS . Cosmopolitan Club. Association of Women Students. Pitkin Club. Dutch Lunch Club Gi.M n 1 R l.AMllDA till M 111 Harlan. k . O. D. K.. Football Doko I in I ' l Rki s LtXINGlO.N. Kv. Association of Women Students. Cosmopolitan Club. Pitkin Club. Ccrcle Prancais. Y. W. C. A. ( (U l( ks Ml. 1.1 MNt.ioN, k ■ l ()NA SlllNkl.K I 1 XINGTON, Kv. 59 Se nlCfAA. Se4UjCf CLARA mi:i:le ASHLAM), Kv. KLIZABt I H WlCSLtV LlXlNClON, Kv. CURUUN H. S . U ' .SO. SIGMA CHI Barustou N. Kv. Football. Track, Advanced Military, Guignol S. . KtV V11,1.1. MS Paintsville. Kv. Alpha Delta Psi EDITH LARINE WOOIMU R DIXTA ZtTA Guiiw ii.i.E. Kv. Vice-Pres- Delta Zeta. Pres. Delta Zeta. Strollers. Pan-Hellenic. Sec. of A.ssociation of Women Students. Y. W. C. A. 60 col. 1. I.e. 1. (Jl 1.1)1 C.. l K). C »l I M l I (Hvl I.l IN .li KIT.F.M lk l lkl s I.i xi (.i() Ml R I ' liii ir i; (()N iiorKissMiii Kl I II K K I I I M l.i i .r( I U l I ' . 1 (.11 WiM IlIMl R 1 k 1 I 1 MSI I II ( r.i I I ' xKiv MRS. S. 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Sigma Gamma Epsilon R015ER r L. liOTTS Bagdad, Kv. American Society Mechanical Engineers I) ID M. UROC K. [R. MiMPHlS, Tl NN. ii R li. ARMISI KAD Hol ' KlNSMl Ll, K . American Institute Electrical Engineers CI I RL1 s CARLO HI (.LEV I Ki (.Lr -MlDDLIMiORO. RV. American Institute Electrical Engineers L rRENC:E E. BLOOM LixiNGroN, Kv. V . EDWIN BRAMMER LrXINGTON, Kv. L. P. BRYANT H RDV ILLIi, Kv. 64 W II I I l ( . CANNON I Kl WCil.F. (iiiFNr, Kv. American Society of Civil Engineers in R ( 111 KK 1.1 in (i . K . SWI I R lORIl Amu. M). kv. Tau Beta Pi W II HI R I 1) W 1 JAI.MOl III. kv. American Society Mechanical Engineers. Y. M. C. A. ROIU 1 I) 1 N COLLI F.R II II. i ' lll K IM ' I M Cvii.rTisiii ' KC. kv. American Society Mechanical Engineers, Y. M. C. A. ROIU R I now R1) (.R ( I. 1 K1 W Ml s. ll . Pres. Sigma Gamma Epsilon. Sec. Ncrwood Milling and Metallurgical Society. Student Council, Pershing Rifles I IIO L S H.SRMON M.I ' ll K rl ' IM I ' l RKVVII I I . kv. Chairman American Society Mechan- ical Engineers, Tau Beta Pi ih i jAMF.S E. HI R Lrxixr.TON, kv. American Society of Civil Engineers W [| M I llol.Sn-.R M(; i M Cl.lFTON, N.J. ( " l. " ) Se4i4J0 SenioAi. LEI.AXD R. HONNAKER sigma i ' hi hpsilon Louisville, Kv. Pres. American Institute Meclianical Engineers. Sec. Tau Beta Pi. Pies. Sigma Phi Epsilon iii.R i. . 1). |. c:ki:s. |r TRIAM.I.L Ul.OOMUFI 1). X. J. American Society Mechanical Engineers. Suky IHO.M.XS B. |OH. SO. Grienvillf. Kv. American Society of Civil Enginee Rifle Team. Committee of ••240 ' J wii s I.. i,i:(.(,i:i 1. |R. I.IXINCTON. Kv. American Society of Civil Engineers Tau Beta Pi LI.W H. McCAIX triangle Lexington. Kv. Athletic Council. Pershing Rifles. Scabbard and Blade L. B. HOWARD SlGM V I ' m I I ' MLON Waii.ins. K . ] YS H. JOHXSOX Li iN(;roN. Kv. American Society Mechanical Engineers. Tau Beta Pi J. D. KIRKP.VTRICK C;eor(.f row N. Kv. American Society of Mechanical En- gnieers. Musical Comedy Moments University of Kentucky Band. Pliil- liarmonic Orchestra. Dicker Engineering Society V!I I.IAM L. LOWRV PI K IT V l.ni XlCIIOHSMI.I.E. Kv. Pres. Pi Kappa Alpha. Pres. Junior Class. American Society Mechanical Engineers, Scabbard and Blade c. .McDowell Huntington, . Va. fif) C: ASION NFtKEEI. Ml KKVV. K . IS. A. ll Nflll RO IKIANC.I.I. IlolOl IN, Cl BA V. I l() rOOMERY M(.M A Al.l ' llA KPSILON PlMMI.Li:. Ky. Varsity Tennis C.H ARI.I-.S 15. OLNKV Dfi.iA T Ai ' nixr A Lfxington. Kv. Scabbard and Blade. Varsity Track, Glee Club. Pitliin Club. Y. M. C. A . American Society Mechanical Engineers JOHN E. I ' ENN Nf« TORT, Ky. lU lOKl) I. MAHON 11k Mil lll l) II 11 , kv. Ml K M. Mil. MR |R IRIANCI.l Savannah, (.a. I ' res.. Vlce-Pres. and Sec. Triangle Fraternity. Pres. Junior Mechanical .uid Electrical Engineers. Vice-Pres. .• merican Society Mechanical Engi- neers. Pres. Scabbard and Blade. Captain in R. O. T. C. I W I SI.EV MrXCER l!l I.MDl RF. III.. (,l V PENDLETON .McDowFU., Ky. American Institute Electrical Engi- neers. Varsity Rifle Team [OMN R. PERKINS l.F.XINGTON, Kv. University of Kentucky Band Se4U04d Se4 iCfAA CHARLES PIERCE REEVES TRIANGLE tT. Ol.lVI T. Kv. Pres. Tau Beta Pi. Lamp and Cross, Inter-Fraternity Council. Captain of Company E in R. O. T. C. American Society of Mechanical Engineers I Wll s LEWIS RICHMOND I. WIBDA CHI ALPHA KiRMIT. W. ' A. American Institute Electrical Engineers PAl L 1). ROSS Catlfttsbi ' R(.. Kv. Pres. American Institute Electrical Engineers. Student Council. Tau Beta Pi WINMON S. SH R1 ' NiCIIOI.ASMI.I.l. Kv. American Institute Electrical Engineers JOHN DOUGL.VS SUTTERLIN KAITA SK.MA J RANKFORT. KV. REGINALD I. RICE. JR. DELT.VTAf DELTA Princeton. Kv. Omicron Delta Kappa CECIL L. ROBERSON TRIANGLE M WSEK K. Kv. American Society of Civil Engineers CHARLES W. sAlMil RS, JR. LI ' HA SIGMA rlll HOPKINSVILLE. Kv. American Society of Civil Engineers, Inter-Fraternity Council. Lances STANLEY SHI W 1 kIR SrklNGEii I II. K . JOHN H. LRAVNOR PI KAPPA ALPHA Lexington. Kv. Lamp and Cross. Scabbard and Blade GS R. c;. WHiiinoN Wavmshi K(.. K . American Society of Civil Englncci I ' OR I i:r |, WHI IK 1.1 xi (.i ) , Kv. Anipncnn Society of Civil Engineers. Baptist Student Union I ' OK ZAHARIAS TRlAM.I.i; PlNtMLLi;, Kv Vlce-Pres. and Sec. Triangle. Scab- bard and Blade. American Institute Electrical Engineers. Y. M. C. A. C. I-.. l ( 111 R ' . I.. 1111 1. I IIOKIM . III! S. W . A. Russell i.di 1s ii lf. , s( I I in: K 1 1 1 Alii III ll( III I R C;. K. MOSII.KV 1. R. RlI,l•. l.llll Kl 1.1 1N(.10N . i 11(11 s ii.Li; I.lXINt.lON G!) Se uo 2 eon Sarah G. Blaxding Dean of ] ' uincn he Gcdlejcj ol A GAAJL I)l N AlAI.N E. Ev, ' ■ANS Se niCfAA WILLIAM T. RALDWIN Paris, Ky. Phi Alpha Delta ROBIRI LEE BROWN ILI.IAMSBIRG. KV. Phi Delta Phi EDWARD CARLICK Padi CAH. Ky. Phi Alpha Delta KARLEL. COLE nil SK.MA KAPPA IUKHOI RVILLK. Ky. Phi Delta Phi ]()H n. ULACKBIRN I ' ADl CAII. KV. Phi Alpha Delta 1 DWIN STEPHEN CAMPBELL Paris, Ky. Pres. Phi Alpha Delta ANDREW . RD CLARK 1.1 XINC.TON, K . JOHN LOCKHART D.WIs Paris, Kv. Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Alpha Delta, Editor Kentucky Law Journal, Ath- letic Council, Student Council BERT T. COMBS M NciirsTER. Ky. Phi Delta Phi J. E. KEVSER delta chi Covington, Kv. Pres. Phi Delta Phi. Lamp and Cross 72 (.. K 111. 1). Kl ( All) - iSit 1 f -9 - i l W ' ll I I M KOItl l 1M.(.() RlCHMOMi. K . 1)1 I [ V I III l t , Kv. Phi Delta Phi cm ( II KM s i; MON 1 (.0 II R -• T ■▼ 5 M JOHN (,R I) () 11 K Sl ' RlNr.IILLU, K . _ , ■ B l l ' ll SH. 1 llll Ji I i.ico. Ienn. Phi Delta Phi RAY PRAM. IKCilNIA K. RII.KV GLOR ,iaoWN. Kv. fc ' M m l-.AIAttAU ' liV l.i.xiNt.ioN, K . :iry C) K. W. SAMSIU RV ■trf - -»5» - f ROIU.Rr I. SMMII I ' l KAi ' i ' x i rii V ' ' II 1 1 wisiu K .. K . ClIART.IsioN, V. Va. f — Phi Alpha Delta Business Manager Law Journal. Phi Delta Phi III K ' i OSC AR in I 1 () ' ■»« »- Jm , „ (.I ' Sl ■ ' . NDAI.A KiAii. Kv. ' % ' - I )R(;am )WN. W. a. Phi Alpha Delta «»- Phi Delta Phi AaM w S niOA4. Se ujCfAA. JAMES HUNT UF.WIV MlIl.l.R IIlXntRSON II LL Green c;hari,is ii(;nor i hom as w ailir W IN( IIISTER vr AkI.llAl ()I.(K.K Al Ml SKUM 71 ira»ci - .-• I I (.1 l W KI I I ' KIMIII I Hl.M)I.KM)N, k . iuujOA. QlaM. O icenA. liOGARD. I ' KNN vi ;E-rREsii)K r GtORCETOUN. K. . ROIilRI L. MII.I.S M ( HI I RVIR1 ASl RI R I-.RLANCIR, K . .) 444UJ0n DIXIE ABRAM DELTA Ztl Louisville, Kv. Illl.l, AD Wis hK. L till Louisville, Kv. CAROLINE ADAMS kai ' pa delta Lexington, Kv. CI.ARKNC.K HAL AMiRO. |R. Canevvilll, Kv. BRITT ALDERMAN delta tau delta St. Petersburg, Fla. NLXRTHA AMMERNLAN CHI OMEt.A Lexini.ion, Kv. SU.SAN ANDER.SON delta delta DELTA Mt. Sterling, Kv. LIDA LEE .ATKINS CHI OMEGA PiNEVILLE, Ky. ALICE AM BERG CHI OMI GA lllC KM N, K . CH.VRLKS M. ANDERSON t;AMI ' lli I.LSVILLE, Kv. DORO IHV ARMS IRONG ALI ' ll A GAMMA DELTA Chicago, 111. RODGERS BAKER s1g l alpha epsilon Lexington, Kv. 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T Am R llRl I R I ' llI DFLTVTHKTA Frankfort, Ky. nOROTHV BROAnUEN T AM ' H flAMM 1)1 1.1 A CIadi , Kv. ROGER BROWN ALPHA TAU 0 Trr:A Asni.ANi). Kv. DON.VLD E. BUCH. NAN TRIANGLE Lexington. Kv. MARTHA CAMPBELL CHI OMEGA HorKiNsvii.i.r, Kv. O f?!! . WVLIERC. B0 1T kappa sigma Lexington, Kv. ELIZABETH BRANC H helta delta dei.t Sale City, Ga. ERED BRING. Rn rR SlG.MACIll Lexington. Kv. R. Y BROWN phi delta 1 heta Frankfort, Kv. ARTHUR T.BRVSON . SIILAND, Kv. CARL CAMENISCH Stanford. Kv. CH. RLES C.VRNEY IRI N(;i 1 M R() , III.. i R 11 i 1 I ( u i Al l ' ll C.WIM 1 1 II V 1.1 IN .I . K . ( 1 1 K I M I 1 C K I 1 K mil Hi I I III I I Hol ' KINsV II 1 I . ki . I 1 (.1 l ( 1 1)11 1. 1 ) I ( Ml U . I . l K I II l I 11 l I 1 ( ) k I ' l( K . 1 1 I . Wll s I ( lllM I K. IR M(. l 1 III Ri vM I 1 . K . LYNN " C.I 1 1 I l) Li;iiANc) . K . I rCI-.M " . H.COMliS nri.r iai dh.i CoMiis, K . h a [AMI-.S. S. ( AUKOl I DH.i A ;iii I.i xiM;r ) , Kv. w ( 1 i ill ( i nil I I ' Ut M ONM ' .I H(.. 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K . .M(.M I Ml (.1. IN row 11 11 . K . |()si I ' ll UK ks Klin 1 1 I I M - 4K F - -v . 1 1 II 1 1 M ill MH HSO . k . WDRI W II KI)| sn W J M H DoKOlin II RR1S W Mlll,k , ' " 9«i« H Ll l (.l(iN. k . MWIIII EV B .V --Mf M RIII IIVWklNS I 1 X1N(,1() , Kv. kL kY (??» .r £k in mmikamA II ARI.l-s k IlK.noX K MM ' A 1 PllA 1 1 l ..ln . k ' ■ ' ' ' ' " " (: )M .lo . Kv. |011 IIOI MIS T % i , ' « « | ( k V IIOOXKR 1 M hi 1 1 T- y I V MI. M M 1-11 1 rsll.ON I.i l (.l() . K . W I 1)1( Ml. Kv. 85 OuhImA. QunioAA. FRANCES HOUSE Lexingion. Kv. MARY E. HOVLE chi omega Cleveland, Tenn. W.O. HUIUIARD Lexington, Ky. J.W. HUND ALPHA SIGMA THI Henderson, Ky. BILL HUSTON SU;MA ALPHA EPSILON Lexington, Ky. BET IV JACKSON chi omega Lexington, Ky. Rl 1 H HOWELL Fkanki OKI. Kv. chi omega Cleveland, Tenn. II ROLDE. HI r.l R KAPPA SK.M LOI ISVILI.E, Kv. COOFREV HUNTER iph sigma phi Hakieord, Kv. WILSON HUSTON PHI DELTVTHETA Hi (KiMEii 1 1 . Kv. MARTH.VB.J.VCKSON nlLTA DELTA DELTA Ai r NDER CiTV. .Ala. FOREST G. JAMES Bethlehem. Ky. IgjgHI 1 R|ORll.JENKINS 1 ih xi delta Lexingion, Ky. 86 Ill IW l |()ilNM)N I I 1 woi ; K |c) i s M ill c. | l III I I 1 1 I IDS. K . W II I Is () |() 1 s R SK.M III Grikssboko. N. C. (,1 OIU.I ( Kl I I OM) I (II l II I I . k . i I I s kl () l.l lil.liu . k . I R|()RII M I M1 1 III liMI I- 1,1 MSC.KlN. K . N I I (. Ill I I 111 I 1 i i I I 1.1 M (.I()N. Kl . C5 ri ■ X. 4: e l RI W I |()ll s() I M I l l I ' M C OMNCION. KV. I I s| II |l)-M s K [ - 111 I I Ik i i . K-t . Rl I II K 1 I MU R .l R Ml ' ll A l 1)1 I I I-l. lllOMAS. Kv. ( R1I.( kl I 1 V 1)1 MOSSX II I I . Kv. S. V. KIRKI ' A 1 RICK IkANKI OKI, Kv. nWll) W. l.. M)KR M(.M Ml ' ll 1 I ' Ml ON I. 1 Vl I I 11. Kv. R MOM) I , I I HRIM nil su.M K ■i ' M VMI ' IM. (.KOI M). Kv. uhIoa 44MiCfn M ARIHAIAWRI NC.F. I ' ADll All. KV. MARV 1. l.lASt RE M nis()N nil. K.V. Mil DRKD IXMONS lil KKV. KV. RICHARD H. LEWIS phi kapi ' a tau Frankfort, Kv. WANDA LYNCH LFMNf 1 " N. Kv. EVELYN McALISTER ALPHA (;AM MA DELTA Clifton. N.J. SAM L McDonald phi kappa tau Lkxington, Ky. r ' Cs ROBERl 1) 1 EAR Lot isvil.i 1 . k . I ' ME W EEDRIDC.E l I ' ll 1 M OMEI.X LrxiM.ioN. Kv. R. E LEWES EixiNf.roN. K . EREl H NEEICXS Ek nki()K1. K . ANNE LAW E ()NS k lM ' K ri ' I. WIM ElXlM.lON. K.V. LEON S. . UC.RO K ALPHA GAMMA RHO H KR01 ' lll nf.. Kv. lU RE H NE (.OhEIN. ] R. ALPHA .S1CM PHI FR NKroRl . Kv. 88 W.II.O II M Ml N Airiix I M oMU. v LiXISCION. Kn . HI I 1 M Kk I 1 1 1,1 IN(.I 1S. k . I I I 1 M SMI. Til I I I 1 X 1 111 I . Kx . M RI W 1 Ml nil K 1)1 1 I I I 1.1)1 ls II 1 1 . kx . WAI.IKR V. Ml MM SICM V I ' m 1 I ' MLON Stont, Kv. M ARI A Mil 1 1 R M l( III K. Kx ELEANOR MITTS Al.PH ; l l ill 1 1 W II 1 1 1M(1 X . kX . Mim «. 89 l K(. KI I M kkl I V K Ml ' V III I I HKVIII ORIl. Ky. I ll() I s M M KS11 l I nil III I I I III 1 In WKI (IKI. kX . Kl I III-: r.. MAM DON I.I xin ;ton, Kv. M K(. K1 rMI- ' RCKR III 1 I III 11 111 1.1 I M ISIOS. I(IU |. MKS A. MII.I.F.R M . i nil 1 i ' sii ) II MiiKiM II 1 II. N. . ROlU R 1 1 Mil I.S nil K i ' i ' I M I ' .KI M.l K. kv. l.LI . lll. I 11 .MOOKK SO.MF.RSET, Kv. Q444i4J0AA. 44 nio jOI MOOKI 1)1 Ll A 1)1 LI DM-IA HOPKINSVILI.I:. Kv. -f B. T. MO ' i N li K Nil HOLASMLLI . k . I R WCKS H■R1■H M I ' ll I. l l 111 1 I Bi iioMi II I II, Ki . ' DOROl HV ML ' RRELL KAIM ' K rr (. WIM SlIMI KM I . Kn . I ()l ISC M I,S() IKI Wl.l I |M (.kll I . Kl . G.T. MCHOLSON PHI SK.M A K ri ' H ARO. Kv. R WMOXDE. NUTE IKIANGI.F, ' AI.l.i:V SlAIION. Kv. TOM B. PARRY PI KAPPA ALPHA GrOR(.Ll ) V . Kv. L. ri-i.ix MiRR HoRsr t: vr. K . J.W C. NELSON PI KAPPA ALPHA C OMNf.IUN. K . GEORGE L. NEWB.WER OWENSBORO, Kv. ILFORDNILES DI LTA CHI ERLEPORT, N. V. M. RYJ. ODOR VlLLIAMSTO VN, Kv. REBECCA PATTON MoRtHEAD. Kv. 90 l All! I. I ' WION M I ' ll (. M I 1)1 I.I A HonsK CwF. Kv. ANNK E. IM ( I 1)1 1. 1 DILI ni LI Si vnkori). Kv. r.IKJAR D. I ' ENX n KAI ' I ' V MIMIX Gf.orcetown, Ky. A. U. I ' LlMMtR K M ' I ' A SIGMA Mri I I RMU KC. Kv. 1 Kl A A I ' Ol.lA I.LXINOION, Kv. I A I1. R I ' RIC I ALI-HAOAMM Kilo I ' ARls. Kv. IMU. ' ) Ol K.Ll.V CHI OMEGA Nl u Ori I . I. . lU I 1() 1 R WIM.V I ' nr K IT I u DaX M)N )l ' KI (.S. Kv. - c - " I 91 Mil R I ' l l (. ION iii i i iii ii iii i i Si M()R1). Kx . I l ( I ' OI k I. Ill l v II I I . k . I ' lllI II ' i I ' OR I I Rl III I) I 1 1-1 I l III I I CllAKl.lS lOUN. W. ' , , IRIS I ' ROC rOR INCIII SILK, K . II RRii:i I. R.M.sro.N III I lA DLL! A 1)1 I.IA MlllDLlMloKO. K . I I 1 WORF. RANDOI I ' ll K MM " 1)1 LI X I I MM. ION. Kv. i44tiO {{ id nio K RI, i:. RAIT VLl ' HA 1 Al- OMK.A Glasgow, Rv. kl M I 11 ( K NOR nti.TA cm FRiKi ' ORr, N. V. AUSTIN RIDDING KAPr SK.M (.ui r . MiiN r. WALTER (. Rl HM |R SIGMA nil LlXINGTON, KV. LILLIAN RHLA Di:i. 1 A Di ' I.I A ni i.r Ri sMi I ii.i.i . Kl . HELEN RinnELL alpha g mm 1)1 1,1 a Llxington, Kv. ).T. ROUERlS TKIANGLL So n Ksi r. Kv. MIRII 1 R s irssr,N Ul (lll 1l (. I ' k MKll . Ml N. I. 1 inVARl) Rl.{ ANO mil A (HI Ni » Hki I i . Conn. M R(. R1 I RIDMON l M I III I I III I 1 Mill I KMil KG. K . ALLEN 1 ' . REININGER i. inii c III M I ' ll (;i I I I Mi. Oiiici K 1 III RINI Rl( II R1)SC)N k VV K l ' l ' G 1 1 I.l I GI() . Kv. c;hem ER I.. RonniNs TRIANGLE CdKRiN. Kv. W ll.I.l. . l H. ROBERTS PHI SIGM V KXPPA LrXIXGTON. Kv. 92 AWr R()IU s ) Al.l ' ll X I.XMM 111 II X l.KXINOIOS, Kv. I I (.1 1. I " . RODINBORN II k i-r I I ' ll V Idk I DoiK.i . low I ' OR I 1.R ROSS rill SK.M X K MM ' X CmI I I Islll K(.. kX . (.I.AOVS ROVC.K M Pll l KM I I) II II . Kv. FRANCl ' .SI. SADI.I R Lot isvii.i.F, Kx . DOROTHY K.SWTON 11KI r Fi rxms, Kv. RIIH SC.HROKDKR nu.i x I r Loi isvii 1 1 . Kv. lih. 93 llssll. ROIiV 1.1 MM.ION. KX . DA K ROf.AN SK.XI X XI I ' ll X I INIl (IN lllilll I SIIOKII. Kx . Ill I A ROW Al) JN III SI I K. Kx . MAR Rl DICF.L Im)i x xroi.is. Im). I Wll S S, S l. I l.R I ' l K Xl ' l- l 1 11 S Ml, C.X. II ( s 1 II Kl II ID l rll MI.XI I ' ll! 1 llNDl RM) . Kv. I 111 R I W. S( HKI (K l.tM (.l ) . Kx . uiUX AA. • i4.H4Ja V. DAI.F, SCOTT Gi;oK(.i:io N, K . I R A SCR ANTOX K MM ' 111 II C: WISIIO, . , JACK SHAXKLIN KAI ' l ' A AIIMI A ClIARXVATIlK, Fi.a. MARTHA 1.. SHIl ' P ALI ' llA r.AMMA DKLTA Lexincton. Kv. FILLMORE M. SLA II R nriTA lAlT DELTA L()ris ii.i.i:, Kv. |()11. I.SHELHAX CRriNDAI.F. Kv. WILLIAM SISCO SniRcis. Kv. loiiisf:sl. i()x L] l (;l() , K . FRAXCES C. SMITH ALPHA r;AMNL DELTA Lexington, Kv. W ALIOX M.S.MITH Hi KI.I (.I()N, Kv. ZACK p. SMI FH SI(;MA ALIMLV El ' SILON Xeu Castle, Kv. ■f « KLFAXORSXLDI.KKR FRI I I ' llKI . X. . MIKESXIDER TRL Nr.LE liLOdMEII Ell. K ' i . MARII. L. SXVDFR niLTA ZETA Paris, Kv. Ul- J i 94 II R(II n I ' M ' KKS SM.M III Vmii.wi). K . 1 ll() l M ' K (.i: ,S 1,1 ins i . K . W kRI SIM k li ST M. i nil I I ' slI n M 1 M Si Ki i, N. . I I I sri KS III II III I I DM I I.OllSMI.I.h. KV. l K(. KI I (. s I W! I Rl I II. I N . 1 IK, l IV s I I I ' lll S I WIIIIIV ( III l I ' ll I ' m sioNsiu K(., Kv. WHS U. SI KI ' HI s() SII.M (111 I ' IKI II. 1. 1 . K . Roni K I n s 1 1 I s() M(, I ( III So.MI RStT, RV. ROIti-R I C. SMI ri K M ' r i I ' ll I I MN(.lf)N. K . I . inXCAN-SlOKKS M I ' ll rVC MI(. lii 1 1 1 1 II). K . liii.i.iK K. r. (,ki I I 1,1 xi.N(;io . k . W IWII li I I I hi I I hi I I III I 1 SoMI KM I . k . I Wll S I I I OR I ' lll hi I I I III I ( I III w . k . ROSIM AR I.. I M OR K ri ' k ri ' I, i i (is nil N . ki . 95 u ua QuMio lOM R. lAVl.OR PI KAPPA ALPHA MoRf; NFiFi.n, Kv. ROBKRIM. 1 HA ION Mll.1,1 RSIU ' RC. Kv. 1 II, A I I 1 SWOR I II i K I oiiD 111 1 1 III I I DM I SoMI K l 1 . k " ! . )()H li. lURNER SICMA ALPHA I PSILON 1,1 XINCMON, K . , u.stini:tuttle CHI OMFr.A LVMM.lllN. K . HARLAN ' EAL AI.PH (.AMMA RllO 1,1 MM.KIN. K . ' ,-««. - f ' afc-««to»T kj:. M RANKIN IKRRV Mariox, Kv. IR(.IN1A IHARl ' F.iow H. Tenn. ANNE TODD delta zeta Lexincton, Kv. 1 OMOND IHDMl ' SON phi iieliv thet I ' k wkiori. Kv. WIRE TIRNER. JR. k PPA ALPHA New Castle, Kv. CHARLES A. ANCE PHI DELTA THETA LrxiN ' noN, Kv. E1K.. R N.XENIERS Al.PH Sir.MA PHI I ' iklMI IE. Kl . 96 l W K )(.l II R l-lll III I I III! I I.rXlNGlON. Kv. |. kK.l-. WALK! R. |R. si(; i V i I ' ll I rsiixjN 1,1 I (.M) . Kv. (. Rl NOI l)S W I KINS Si(. I l l.(i ii(i . K . WII.I.I l ( W III I si( l i rii I rsii (i Ou 1 SMldHII. Kv. j. NF. velc;h I.FXINOTON. Kv. Rir.H.VRnwii.i.s SIOMV (III I ' IKI villi. Kv. JOIIN I SI ri K i ' i ' i I ' ll I ' .kl. (.i K. K . L «T T Mil DRII) V. LKKR I I l .TOV. Kv. Ill•,NR v i I r.E K ri ' i 111 I ' ROSl ' I CT. Kv. Mil URI n I . VI 1511 K M ' l ' K M ' l ' (. M I 1.1 IN .I ) . K . I RI (. I I ( II. |R. I Wlllli I 111 M I ' ll 1.1 IN(.I()N. Kv. (.()! R I M ( . UKl.l.S II K1I. Kv. )()I1N K l 1 I.S I iiiii ( III i I ' ll r M is II 1 I . K . W II I II H.UHl-r.l.l ' .R K. PI ' A.SIGM. 1 ' AINTSVII.I.K, Kv. !)7 Su4UOA U444i40 KARL UHITAKER 1.1 i (.iii . Ki . HELEN It W HITE KAI ' l ' V Dl.LlA Lexington, Ky. MARV B. WHITE chi omega Cadiz. Kv. JESSIE WHITFIELD NORIOW ILLE, Kv. MAI RICE K. WILLIAMS AI.l ' ll GAMM RIIO I.I 1 W II I.E. Kv. O.SC. R WIS.NER DELTA TAU DELTA n WMii r. K . M R1 L WOLF I.EXINGION. Kv. tM ' A h A W. WHII E LlMNGION. K . JAMES . I. WHITE I I ' ll (. WIM KIKI 1 ' Mtls. k . WILLIAM A Will IE, JR. SII.M M Clifton. N. J. ROVL. WICGIXTON lil.OO.MFII LI . kl . SARA WILSON I 111 (. WIM DELTA M WFIEI.D. Kv. 1 IIOMAS L. 1 I Ill.RS I ' l K VV V ni i , Ki. CLARENCE 15. WOLFE McRoiiERT.s. Kv. ' .)S noKo 1 in Willi 1 l rii (. x i i 111 II H(ii ' M Miii . K . |l 1 1 WOOD iiii.iA ri I,i-xix(;tc)N. Ky. (.1 oKc.i w ( n SK.M ( III Asm. AM). Kv. |i 1 1 w ol (. nil K MT I l I I i (.i(is, K . K( K.l K ( WO l K M II I I Ksiu ki.. K . no 1 W I Mil Kl H II 1.(11 l II. 1. 1 . k . MDRKV -. VAIll V siiiN(.H)N. I) 1 1 1111, ZI-.NOl.F. Si (i.iii , N. vi -- ; Cll RI I s v.. U MfKI I I I ' l XKi Kl I.I I All Ukwii W M 1 u:f. L. Cami ' hki.i. Dwiii, E. Cl.ARK Thomas Cii.ton R i I ' ll l-.iiRiN(.r() | )ir I ' ll 1 I ACK FiNCIII R Kl KMini K. I ' oRiii s I) ) F. (.11 1(IKI COl.l.lX.KOK (.Ri(;ri.i IRK 1) Mii Hull Kii Lko.vard Hinson Cl.CII. M. HlMON FORRISI |. lliil.l I Cl RIIS 1.. Ill I l ) . . S. Johnson J wii s K I1I I K Ron Ro NnkioN Damii I ' l I IIS I VMI s RXMSI V lIoMi l ' .((i ) ii(;.s I kol SI V. l;. SIIVNKLIN losil ' ll .Sl ' IARS Am. AN Stkars R. (;. Travis C;i.lN10N TUCKKR JOSIIMI j. OI.I. Rom Kl M M R Roy I . W M.I.ACF. F.l ' f.INl WaKRI ' N )(in I ' , WMts Cn II I .Vkmsikonc ' |R(.INI . slU R Roiil Rl A I KINS DoRoniY U Riii R Rl m C. sii Fr nci s Dams Ilt.I.F.N M.Frant . Ll ' .ONF. GiLLETr Rnii It vRRis Rl I II 1 lie ks l u I 1 I s kiiiil Rl ( I Ml I NI. JlVNlTA I.IWIS LORFNT. I.ONC IR(;|N1 NlCTlOI.S Nannii ()ui:ns .SaI.I.Y I ' KMlir.RION Ai,i I I ' ll I MixNir Rl III 1 I I 99 Fi.izMii 111 Rici ' lR(.INIA ROWI- K i III 1. Rowland i (:¥. Svvoi ' F Rl 111 I ' arkington l.oiisE Tucker Minnie Wilkinson Francis Word Mrs. JESsii C.oRi ii KiO d l4MiMA. COLLEGE OF AR I S AND SCIENCES lii m 11. All will R I 1 1 iii 1 II It i 1 kn 1)1 1 1 (.. K HK1 i Kiiw M 11 A. 15 RM s M. H. lUir;ii Al 111 Kl Willi M Rl ( K ]. HI f;r Uoi. wii H. W. R( n M Mn (I Uiii loM M 1 1 1 Si (II 1 KiO II Ai.i() R. 1!r 1 Ci. H Con Udsh W ' ll M lil ' SlI Willi i M. Km 1.1 R Fl.OBFNCF. CwiRll.I, GFRTRuni: C. CI ark; w Ralph E. Cari isi i (). Ci.vm Carroii. FiiiiH Mai C ssAn ( Jl RI.I S Cl.VRKl 11 1 I M Fri n Crook Mark Cundiff F.|i(;f f Davis H RI ()» 1 Dl A . |R. Paul Di inf Lawrfncf Dooi.fv Hfrbfrt Duncan JoF W. Flam Dcirih m F.Ri. Loll.S FllllRINf;TON Marion Evans, Jr. S it ii Km iii 111 F, s Hi 1 ' k ii K |osi I ' ll Farris Tulip Ffign M VRr.ARET FoLtMR V. R. Ford . rilRl FORSI FR Sill KKll 1 1r 11 R I R IN . . S E. C). GlIiiFRi I.FSI IF M. (iROSS !■ 1 1 Mil 111 II kll K K 111 I n r. II ki.is I ' llll 111 ' II R1M. M 1 1 k 1 1 i( lint [ MM III Mil ksllS C. 1 . Hi ki si II llii.i II Hum mi ()m k ll(l ' kl .S (.IIIWON KoN . l III I MOlis l.I 1 Mil I II |l M 1 I. 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Smiiii .MaRUIA .Sl.M ' l.l s J. S. Sternberc John W. Strotiier Ralph N. Thomas Warren T. Tiiom s JosFPFilNE Tunis Ben H. Tutti I Dorothy ' an .Arsdi i i Karl ' ogel Mildred Wiiitt i r Lewis O. Win 1 1 Mary G. Win 1 1 William Edw.xrd Whim Frank Whitiinc hill ' |VIAN Wilkinson William H. Wii.i.son J. C. Wilson Sam Wilson W. W. Wrkiit Rohfrt ■All s Tom Vocum Robert Bruce oun(; 10(1 ( ()l I 1 (.1 Ol (OMMl la )i I I N li. Adams Mil DKI 1) UooM III (.11 Hki n I Li.ovi) U. Hrown Ksll.l BrI Mill 1- SRI liR 1 J AMIS lU RNS H AROi.i) I)i;sn Rl SSI 1 I 1 ' . (. T 1 Rl I r K l C N(i 1,1 (IN RI) CiVRR Aciii I. H. Cioi.vis Ii uiin (UiMox CoMiis R AV C: }MI1S N ANCV Marii: Crocketf C ' .I.IHON W I1I flROI ' Pl K Hi RN KI (KI K III k hi IIDS ( .. ( IKS W Dwii I - ( II KI I N I . 1 ) W Is Rl Iioi.i ' ii 1)1 Rill 11)1 Rii 1)11 I ii» k Mil I 1 I )(IU Kl.MI R . Dow N R11 DiMl 1)1 l ll I I I ' liii ir I i,i I n Kiii A |. IM k Mill KIM I-IWI R Willi l I ISM K Mil l(l ll I II l l SiDM S Ll I C.Al.l. Chris Grinsii n li.en S. llll Ml Ir k llll I Sill K l I llSKI IIMN |llll I lol I 111 S 1 |i)» Hh l I I ls ( s i I R01.I1 ||1IISS() (.Ol I M S |l ll I 1 I s isl I I IM) M( ll;(. j M Is II r I Kll K Is l ' l II kui ll K II I I M I liw | I. wih |ollS I risl u r. M( (. Mci I Wll I Ml I I M l(l ( II KI I s M llii I I 1,1 I IrHili Cm ui I s I) w 111 MriK 1 l.oi IS Ml ( ( I 1)1 I M 1. 1 ' M n RSON M II i(i Rosi Mii.lJM l U I I I I S SM Mil KS . Si mon ROMIAI. Jamis Sll Rr Wii ll i C. Sill Rom HI : M Kii k siiKorsiiiKi W I Mil I I Sk (.(.S I wii s Ssiir. Al I Kl 11 I-. KI S II III 1 I SM R lilMR S ll III Isl llll Sol ' l K M H I nl ISI Si Kk Is, I , S I I M I (11 1.11 ( I1M II I N Mil I S l M l(l . )R. I Wii iioi i i S N r.l u ( ,(iKii(i , ( I col 1 I (.1 Ol I 1)1 ( I ION 111 NK 1,. AllWIS 11 KKII I M N l IIS ,M K I i I ' .m I ION |( l l I ' ll I ' ldSSI |i II s , K(i l 1 Mrs. 1.1 (.K ll (.. llKK.I.S S i ( lim I ION Is i rii I iiu xKii Rirro.v c;ii Ri.ii s. coMiis r.l 1 Mil III K. C.RMS I 1 1 S, ( Id II III l I ' .llU K1) . KN(1I I) l) IS I WII s Rom i( I I) w IS Rl III , l ' ,( io Rl N R. r i Roiiis r. 1 iN I WII s M. liskii ( II Is I I I II ( ' I s( 0( K l K I ' . ( .OKMI 1 ■, I ) 1 1 1 II . K 1 1 I 11 1 1 ClXII. Ill I I KI1 .Al.LABIil.l. llol l ( I Virginia L. Jackson W ' lI.FRI n G. JAdOERS Dorothy Johnson I ' l II K W, Kl K ( III K II I 1 Wl , 1, WlklS, JK, .Mrs. I.oiTsl I,is II I I NiciioiAS H. l.i iv UissiE . M(:(.)iii;rrv Lucille Masters Nancy K. Miller El.GENE MOORI Eleanor C. Morrison Jlssm L. 1 1 Nl I I ii I ' m 1 1 K Rom Rl I.. I ' KI l( II KI Annaiii L Rom Kis |. Vinci Ni Robinson . line K. Sciian e I WII s A. S( Ol I 1 .1 IS 1- , Si i i ' s(i .M K IN M. I ISI 111 K I MI s r.. Waiii.ini.ion I.oiTsr W Ri) R i ioMi j, Wesley (!i Ki ( I Woods llll iM AJOAA. iMndJMA. c;ollec;e of engineering A. . AiikiNs V. II. Ari ' i. (. D. R. Berry V. S. Broffitt C. C;. Brown H. E. Bullock M. Cariir r,. E. Collins F. Cra vford F. ' . Crowlf.v E. Current V. A. Dl NMSTON B. Dixon J.C.Dixon F. B. Fischer G. J. FiSTER T. S. Gore J. F. Grecorv V. W. Greenvvell R. S. HlOLKV J. W. Holt. Jr. R. H. HoT Li (. I.. C. Johnson E. 1 ' . K ARR E. G. Kres.s |. r. Lawrence V. |. Leonard C. V. Leslie C. P. Lewis H. H. LoxEiT. Jr. J. r. Lynch L. C. McIntyre J. A. McIntosh D. r. McNLvKiN B. L. MiRKiss G. MoKi I II W . K. Moseley V. R. I ' OWELL R. W. Pride H. L. Riley W. E. Rosi H .C. SCHERFFIUS R. E. Sears K. S . .Sharp R.W. Smith C. . . St (;(.s K. Sylvester C. B. Terrell E. R. TULLY M. M. ' ICE E. C. Wedding A.M. VlKOFF COLLEGE OF LAW James D. . i i i Barney Baker John T. B s ' s nes ' . l-l- I ' ll s 1 1 I I ' ll N M l lil (.ll SM S. K. Ill Mil k HlNK (.. Bdl IIKH K Kermit C. Bowman Heriiert V. Brown, |r. Tom L. Bi rress J MI s R. Rl Sll. |R. C . 11. C K1 ' ENTER Fo ClIII.DERS RoBiR I Cole Leroy Comhs Morton Collins N.ATHAN Cooper CL Cdi ' lT MI BURNETI DaDISMAN Frank Dailey Wilbur Earl Dean Robert S.Denny Pat Dooley Rk hard L. Drye Tii N Elliott. Jr. ]o Ml CIOWN Fl Rf.USON Li x IS Fi i 1 V W M 1 1 K . 1 I iriiN. Jr. Ross r ' o H RI 1 Fk wks Josi I ' ll Frei i.wn Cti ri I s Gadd I ' ll I I II (.11 I ' .l Kl |c)IIN (.(l ll I IllW K1I I I 1HII N I ' AI IIK H II. J. L. H vrrincton RoBiRi Harrington J SPI K HODSON M. S. Hoi I i c.s MiKi 11 I)i i.M k III How Rn FokRI SI 111 ll Wll I I 1 I l (IBS 1 IIOM s IllW RI1 Rl I R.J. Kee Vincent Kelly Lee Lanter Louis Levi it John Lucian Robert Maloney David Manly Thomas Marshall Charles Me i calf Cl. renc.e Miller Everett Ln Miller S M MiEMK C. C. MoLi.ov, Jr. Marvin Moore W. J. MooRi L. ROSIOE .MoRC.AN Paul Oberset LoRi N V. O ' Dell Jol IS, OkR Olniv B. Owen L. L. Parroi I James W. P yni Samui I I ' l urn Eugene Rwkin Robert Reynolds Harris Rhodes Eluood Rosenbm i James D. Ruark Dorothy Svlmon Phillip Sciiife Pail Slat on Fr nk S . Siarks Trigg Siew .vri ' ILLIAM yi. SiRONG James Terry Frank Trimble Willis L. Vallandingham Roberi n Bever Hi k i L Helton C. W allace A. Douglas Warder R. L. W. then Dodge L. Whipple Steve White Robert P. Woods Ben Wright William Tildon kii.iir John Lee Vol n(. BofdiJ04nan.e Qlcui6. O ice iA. KOIU R I I ( ONM R i ' KIMlll I Sl.Ml ' SONVII.I.K. KY. Rl I II |()II M () Cincinnati. (). 111 I l I . M)l (, SK.RI I AR -IKl AM Kl K Lkxinmon, K . Soft Uo-iitO ' ve . t;()I.LE(;E ()!• R I S AM) SCIIEXCES M i(i. ni I |, Am L S. 1 1 AN Alitl. mollv acree Jean B. Adams AV. Frank Adams James s. Aii im n Ediih I,. Ai 1 1 F,. M. Aemn.Jr. Ro(n R H. Allen Elalne Allison Leslie Allison ViRicNiA Alsop Nada Ambircy Thomas B. Anderson Carold Arnold Jane Auxier Dorothy Babbitt Ren V. Bachmeyer Alice Bailey Jack Baker William B ki r Betty B kii i ■- William S. Ball |. B. B NNAI1 N K l( KN K1 r KI l{ I! KI()N IKf.lM U I I I k!0 Rov B i n RioN F MMA BiDIRMAN Eugene R. Bell Jeanne Belt Ann Bisiior 11 III i.MiN Bishop Hi (.H Blades Alice Blanton Harold Black Ml RRIIE BeI INS How Kii 1. B i M K R. Ilol NI1 Ann C. Roles ESIHI K Bol.OllN Georoe Boston AValter Botts Samuel Bowman John S. Boyer A. W. Boyer Aircinia Boye ScoiT Breckinridge Charlotte Bkigcs Sid Bi ckley William Bugie Naunerle Calhoun Elmer Carr Julia Cassiiy LuciAN Cayse Virginia Caywood Ann Chambers Kathryn Chandler Janet Chanslor Joseph Cheviae Helen R. Ciiipm vn NFary Chris II n Lillian B. Clark Jack Clinkinbeard AValter Coe ClIsrON COLCI.OUGII I ' M Mil III Cole I oM n Ciol.lM N Chester Colson AfARGAREi Combs Natalie Corbin Eugene Corum William Craig Anna Crouch K Mill RINE CAROUSE lllDM s CUI.TON Fkiti Cirhs II I I M ( kii» I I I M ky Dain(.eri iei.d Charles Davidson Dameron Davis Frank F. Dwis G 1 ' )() D wis NC 1 11. Owis It 1 Mil 1 II Dii 11 Kii 11 IRGINIA DK KEI Alk E Dodge Bi I n DoDSON Arihur J. DOTSON Bridget Duffey George E. Duncan Turner Dunlap Paul Duruin Josl I ' ll Ennlking H krii r EsTES lUGiNi Eversole JAMES FaULCONER CL ' i DE Ferguson M Mi K. Ferguson Mrs. Opal Finnell James S. Forbes Marguerite Ford Mary C. Fox Merle Fouler Louise Funk Roger Fuson Charles R. Garland Lawrence Garland RuMSEY Garrison James L. Garrison Charles L. Gary William J. Gathof Ruth Gay Madelyn Golden Dennie Gooch Frank Goodfrii nd Joseph Gijodman Oscar Gray Steven Grega Margaret Griefing A ' iRGiNiA Griefing George Gkieei hi Ikm Gross Ann V.(.i in Lewis F1.u. .in Frances Halcomh E. C. Hardin Nancy Harrison Robert Harrison Louis Havnes 104 (oi.i r(;i ()i Ris i) s( II xci s JOIIN II ' . M M M H s Ki M i Hi m TllOM S |. Hi N l ss Rkm vri) Hkwi.inc Oi ' vi Iloiiiis S ' l II K HolK.K M K1 1 1 loI.l.IDAV 111 I I 1 l.Ol HOLSEKIN Wii.i.iAM Hold I I i Hol ' SON l l( I I loWRV M X( K Hi (.ins K. IllOM s Hi Mill 1 JOSFIMllM 111 I1 JAMKS C;. HlMl ' llKlls JosEiMi Inter AGCio n Ml) Ikvim; I NK IRMN Gi ()R ;k L. Jackson F.Mii.v V. Johnson l-. AN I,. JANIS 1,1 si.ii: H. )oNi s OtTDA K. JoNlS I ' lllI lip | )N1S 11 11(11 KN Kl SION M UN I ' , kl MI ' l R )iill K kl NNI ll I Ills klN(. SaRV KlNM V M RV KiRKPAIRICK Rl( II R1I Kkonni N ICrmooarj K. Krusf. JlINEl-ASSINr. Franck-S Laval V. Ai.iREn Lav M ARV E. III. ll)V R1 1.1 N(. II. J Mi s 1$. Leonard Ri ' iii Le:vv Klvls Lewis Li.ovo Lewis Li.i Aumi LicoN l.oRi II V. Lii.iis 1 . Sri c IR LiM.i W U.I.IA.M C. Loiiii Charles S. Long M RIHA Lowe . |.MH)A Ll AKS WlNIEREI) Ll CAS I Wll s LVI.E 1 ll(l l k. I Don MI) )i VN .McElrov Fr nk M. McCiiE Rrssi 1.1, McKisKi Mai ). McLai (.III IN N N( 1 Ir 1 l (.HI IS (Jl AKI.II. M Mil ■ I NOMAS Ma(.R M F.VI l.S N M RKM1I Cii ()R(.i F. .Mar I IN Marv I ' .. AL s()N V. U. NLw . rnold Meadi: V. l 111 RT Ml RION I ' lllI 1 ir Mil I s (.1 llKC.I . Mil 1 I i 1,1 I 1 I I M N l II 1 1 K i III HI Moi 1 I I I ( .1 l II I . l() K.OMI K 1 I I (.11 MOORI ||IM I ' ll C ' . MooRi M M I 11 MdORl .MoNKOI .MOOSNICK |()IIN I I. M()H(. N , M I I K Moss I NOMAS .Ml I I.IKIN FnUT.N MUEIISI.ER U I N J. Ml UK 11 I Ni li ki ' in Wll I I M .Ml SSAV HoMiR Nicholas ElLA NL XCNNERV )ollN S. Nl IT Ll.ON Oetitncer I ' lllI 1 IP Oi lis DoRoi iiv Oi ' n Kl Nancy Orrei.l Honme Ow ex Rl NNELLE I ' Al.MORE M M.coLM Patterson Roberta Pa xe . LllERr Persini.lr I5k I RICE Pk.c E. M M ( OEM PoRll R (il oltcl I- I K1( II Rli 11 I ' . I ' KIl 11 M 11 Rehecca Prince Leo Proeii t F ' raxcis Pi s viERi M R Lee Ramsav L RGAREi Rankin Richard R vnkin C R1. R WENSlll R(. Harrv I.. Read C ' ORNEIII S Rl MAN U I Rl M . NN Kn.lNsll IN Sarah Ri naki k Rl Ml RlNI RO 1 111 I Rl ■! NOl lis Rl 111 Richmond M Mt|()KIE RlESER M KV |. Roiiv W.J, Roof H, J, Rose NflCIIAEI. Row ADV |OHN F, Rl (.(.1 1 S ) NS I . Rl Ml Ra MONii Si . John )0ANNA S 1 OR Paul Sam.or nfvnl ' el sciioe.man I ' llll.l.IP Sciioii Harold SciiuvLER Eugene Serce:nt Clifford Shaw Louise Shepin rd 11 11. Sill I ' lll Kll Ml.) SapJta HO ed So-filuuiixi ie . COLLEGE OF AR LS AND SCIENCES 11 Kli K SllIlM ' Doris Sk.ki.i r Carolyn .Si(.li:r Grace Silvi-rman Paul W. Simpson Aleene Sipe Frank E. Sipe Eileen Sipple Bonnie Slade Frances Sledd Robert Smi ni.i v James B. Smith Susan Smith Charles S. South Sue D. Sparks William H. Spicer Mar(;aret Stewari Ruth A. Stewart Mary Ann Stilz Eli rieda Stovall A ' MI SlRONG M MIISDN SlRI K C RI. M. SrUTSMAN r mono suiherlani) Edwin Sweeney Willie Swinney Jame s Taul Thelma Taurman Kay Taylor S. Paul Taylor Sue G. Taylor W. Lloyd Taylor James E. Thanker David Thomas Frances J. Thompson Winston H. Thompson Robert Tice Elizabeth Tillett DiJkiii in I Orsirick W. O. iRACY Ruth Trammell John Trivette Christine Turner Pattie VanMeter Ml- RLE ' A OsTER Helen v. . D wr Vii:k ' i( roR ' l KN lill (ISS iNA W ' AM.ACE DllKOI in ' MKINS I IKIM s W. W KINS I. II. I 1 N (.. W ' l nil Richard Welch Noel Wesllv R Wessling Bi NEVA Wmn James A ' . Win 1 1 ChARI.OITE WlBLE Barbara AViley Charles T. Wilkins James W. Wilkinson John D. Wilson Sue K. Wines Frances Woods DdKcil in WOOI.COTT Willi i Worth John W. Wortiiincton Ann E. Wyai I Cmrisitne Vounc M RV E. ZlMMER C;OLLEGE OF A(;KIC:l:L FLRE Cyrus D. Alien J , ii s F. Are r i 1 r. r uni i i Karl M. B isi i. H NKR ' i C. Brown Ray Bkowneiei.d J. Ellis Campbell Ai.ERED D. CAVEN Eli iciii ' R Clark XoRvri.L A. COI.BERI H K()i.ii Combs Robert C onnor B. F. Cottri 1 1. Bl UN Mill f .KII.C.I K 11( K ( I N. 1) WIS S|DN1 Dl EoNC. RoiiERI B. DlllsCIN Berl I " (i 1.1 k Morris CJaines James B. Gay Earl O. Gregory Robert B. Hall M RviN T. Harned Roiu Ri Harrison O. D. Hawkins Herbert Hillenmeyer Grady Holland James Hoover John B. Johnson John B. Jones Clint K. rnes Charles W. Kelly Wallace L. King James H. Kitchen FVMES A. 1 .1 IS EuTIIER W . ElNIKlN Wll I I l McCONNEI.L Um . R McCRUrcHEN Lester McDaniI ' L Reuben McKenzie -James N. M. Rsii C.VMPBEI.L E. Mil I.I R Geor(;e Pei II I Charles W. Pope Henry H. Pope 10(i col I 1 (.1- oi (.i;i( n rrui Wii.i.i M I ' . I ' l cKtri I. |k. I AMK A. QriSKNBKRRV William R. Ri dii Arch Rik BiRi. Si. CJ.AiR KvRi.i |. Saxds R. C;. Slwki.l JamksShemwkll CiAVI.K Sllll IDS (.lORC.L v.. SlU.I s Nkvilli [. Tatim Ai.i.ii. IKki R Rom RI K. I ' lCKi R Jamis I ndkrwooi) [amis Wai.i ,«:l Graham Wilkins Ancil C. Wilkinson SiAMiv S. W ' liMoi r I MFS R. (II N(. I I(iMi Economics M K lil X 11 MKIl I ' RWl IS iU M K Ol.LII M M Uo KRS M RV ). Br. ly I III I i M Briitlnshin M K(. K1 I HROADDI ' S Mii.iiRK.i) Brown C;orni:lia Crafion [wi W. I) WIS C.IAD ' iS Dl.MOCK ' |R(.IMA Dm K M VRll |. V.K (. ' . K(ii.v Kiwi SVRAII GaI ISKII.I. I.ULA v.. GARnilOlISI. Mary N. Gillispii; Clara Belle Hale Aw M I Hol,I. M)SU ll I II I I I WOK IIoW K1I OSII I . |0 |S Aw 1 (II isi l i II I X M l II, RlMlM I. M K ( : I Mtsll M I I l ll 1( III I 1 I. (11 IM l(. 11(11 IS ( II RI (11 II I ' l K( l I. Bivi Ri.v Richards LaN ' erne Rovai rv I.iiCii.Li; Skiiimoki F.Mii.v n. Smiiii I l I II I IS Ra Allin Wood Frances Lee Volnc 1 M KK E Beiaa Sri R(;ILL f OI i If.I OF C:f)MMi:RCK Xsll I I Al IIERI Jamis I ' . Alcorn F.LGiN Alexander Delynn F.. Anderson Harold M. Arnold Harold Baer Em ri n Bailed ' Howard E. Barne;s F.RA Boone I.EE B )WLIN , Ann I50HNE ( II Ki I s Boyd W II II M 1. Br MII.EY Mu- ll). Bui KI u FkI I M N Bk W I |()IIN I.. Bl III It (. X I I B I. ND I) 111 (. RISONI Jesse I). Cardi N Charles Carpen ii r Billy Cassell , l ICr G MET 11 |(1IIN R. ( J Kk DoRoiin Cle.ments GRI I NWOOD COCANOI ' CHEU C II KI I S C Co.MKEST Jack Conner Par in Conrey Richard E. Gooi ' er RoiiERi Cornell Ei.i AiiEiH Davis Howard N. Davis John D. Davis BrnA Denny M ] I I ll 1)1 N ION II I I 1 Is lltlNdlll I. . . S. Doltsl ■, James Downinc. Jim F. Dome Frank Dii ion C;. O. Ellision l.ACRENCE S. FaCKERI Sieve Feaiherseone . NN I ' .. FiSIIIiACK lU.l.A S. FiSIIIiACK Fr nk Fi icii liioM s R. Floyd II M lu NM.IN 107 SofiAo4H04ed So-pJixi-HuoAe . c;()llec;e of ciommkrce I U(. K1 I Ik WKl IN R 1 I ' H iRW jOH G ALVIN M AKV F. G V Jack Gavnor William J.Gorman Jack Graham Florence Greene Raymond C. Guy M Alii [. Hall I.. R. Hammr 1)1 Nxvi[) Hamilton Walter Hannah Jane Harowick Glenn Hauiii iii Alice E. H Kri r W. H. Hvrimr Marshall H Kr Ra ylki(;h Hart Emmett J. Hatcheit Fred Heineman LiiN F. Hlrndon H RR HlN ION (II ui I s I . Hoi im) y I I II Hdi I III ' i C.ii iii I s R. Hoi i.ow i Al I Ri I) Hood (. Ki II Hnrsi Ci.i M Mow K1I Kenneiii K. Hi DDi.i.sioN FrI 111 RICK IRI |lll K |(IIINSON Rk.iiard )(IIINS0N H. K. )oiiNsi(is Ruth E. Johnston Charles S. Jom s Tim oikiki I ' Jones E.Nll KSON Jo (;i Bill Jim i Ch RLi;s Jusikt: GroRcr F. Kini I K KlN(. John Ri rki Cecil Lam i r Frank S, Lewis Robert . Lewis Maurice Liiitt ton Opal Lyons Clarence McCarroll Frederic G. McLi n Robert R. McN i r Beisy May W. J. M viR Bernice M m III I II CVRDIN Ml I us Rom Ki MoN ii.oMi m W i I ( I (.. Mooiii ( Tl KI I s ( . I(KIUI H. IiR ( I MOOKI Mari. RI I MOORI Jesse Moi i jm Elmer C. Mi m i n Kenton Mum ins Bettyi. Mi ui ' in li. R. MruK , |it, M m I , . I I W II I I i i i M I KUi II i r.i I II UN KII Ori ' i K Cti m i I s ()ri i DiXH I ' KII Cll RI ES r. I ' VKRISH ()U II I I I ' I ION l I III I I N I ' l RUN 1 Mtl I ' llll I II ' S . K. I ' llll I II ' S R l I ' ll I ' lKM W Jane I ' oi ii u Russell M. I ' roikik James R. R nsiii i i, Edmund D. Ri.dmon Thomas Rees Curtis Reynolds ' iR(.iNiA Reynolds M it I II Riley Hi I I N RoiiiNSON Carl Salutsky E. B. Samuels valter e. s uer Karl E. Searcy r MAIN R. Sebree Rom RT Sill R I N V, Edward Sii c.i i. Ai THUR W. Smith Charles Smith Paul Smith Sidney R. Smith John H. Snider Jerry Spears Ruby Spence Agnes Stainbrook James M. Stanley Walter C. Stevenson Jack Stone Robert Sioni Camilla Sullivan J. C. Sullivan Billy M. Sumpter James A. Sutherland Robi.rt W. Tabi ri in ; Fred J. Thompson Roy E. Tooms ' orice A. Turner Glenn V. Tuti Joe ' anaman Carl E. Vertuca Don Voelker Alfred ' ocel John H. Way TlloM s Wl I III RS M l Wl HB Ia(t W. Wheeler Ruth Wides Custer Viit i ms Arthur R. Wilson Roberta VII son RVMON A. WOODALL AL E VOOD ONTS IDS (()] I (.1 ( )i 1 (.i i 1 Kixe: v.. 1.. Arwii C. T. A r WOOD (.. I,. It l.(.l KM xs I M. I! KKO ( W It M ' MCVRIlNrR i:. It. iti Ri) r. W. BlSDlR It. H. Itl M SON V. . Itox . JR. I I ' Hill ii (. V.(.. Hill I R. W. IIRMIII V II. ItKOdks I ' . II ItldlUN l llUdWS I.. K.Cwii.i V J. C ARY W. F. f I RK II. R.( I o v.. R. Coi.r.iNswdiuii R. B.CoMii G. X. CoNi.i V C. G. CONRM) I. N. C.ONRAf) M. F. CORllIN ' . CoRltlN |. H. C;oiv(.ii.i. I A Cri i( M I) I l) Ms |. I)l( Kl RM W M. R. DowM V ' . H. DouMNt; . . |. 1)1 HAN V. E. DiiM.AP R. , !. I ' .XANs. )K. J. S. Farciit X. B. FaII KM l( T. C. Fiwii F. |. I ' ISCIII R. )R. ( I ( l II nil lorsi K ( .11 I l(. I . |. (.KV(.(. ). n. Grmiam W Grw II II Ml W. II. II Ml. y . II VKIIORM I ' . lli nRv |. R. lllNRY W. C. Hoi.T ]. ]. Howard II. I.. Hins ) R II. HlT.HIS K. |l I I I RSON W. (.. lollX.SON . . I). K a ovk:ii F. Kfssm R W II Kl.SF.R I I ' 1 rv I . I 1 Willi u I . |k. (;. ). I wiiKi i I,. (.. 1.1 K n. 1.1 WIS. |r. F. R. McGri 111 Il 1)1, u I 1 ( I Mill WS. |U r, I l Mills I) ( MlIM l 1 I ' . MoORF II I(10RF ). S. Il UK . |k. I C. 1U S I . isiii 1 I . |u. ), Oi iiiii 1 1) I I ' U 10RF I l r RSONS I I I ' M IFRSON I I I ' MI. II II r r I I ' l I(.K W l I ' ONDIR I.. C:. Ram.fy F. R. RVNDAI.I. (;. R SSFNFOSS (). V. ROMMVF I.. M. Rwsniir. I I R WI INC.S II R I.FTT I 1 1 Ri X ni lis F. A. Rkf W. G. Rii.FY I Rnli l N II. l Ri III i s I , s Ri III R. 1.. S( III OI i . |k I.. Scoi I 1 1 Sc HI (.11 l W . I , Simon ion G. .Simpson II R Smiii! R . S ii I II 1 1 SI Ac.r.s II !• SIFFI.F ( Si I KNIiFRt; A I . Sll W RT W. ). SlOM I R SiKOlIM I . 1 1 Sim Nk R R. I M 1 Ml RKO. )k. F. N . KSlli I I. (. I WSANT S. A. Wmii. W. 1,. Wmkfr I it. W Aiiis I I W l ION II I W I ks III! K1 U I I , W II I I WIS I 1! II I I WISON M 1 ' Wii r.is |. R. Vii.i.soN V. R. VVNCFY I . oiiNr. W. (.. cr 10!) iSapJta ta ed Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes vslsl I 1)1 N 111 WoNriA eand. W . E. FrI ' IMAN Assisi 1 1)1 N. Col IK. I 111 l.M.IM I K1N(. n eAiunoK GlcUi. Oj ice U. I.l-.K A. HI. INK I ' KFMDKN I I.OIiSVll.l.l . K . Kl.i WOK 1 kl 1( ] -I ' KI SIDI 1 lM)i i ' iM)i: ( 1 . K |l M I s ll I 11 SI ( Ki 1 K -im si Ki i (ox ' s Cm IK. Kv. ie ie C:OLLEGE OF AR IS AM) SCIENCES k 1 111 kim acki rm n Charles E. Aitken Betty Alexander Harry Alexander M RTiiA Alexander i 1 N I,. Allen l.t i.. AvnrRSON Marjorie Andrews Armand p. Angeli ' Cci Eleanor Arnett Ira L. Arnold. |r. Dorothea Asueris )oi W, Hmi.ey H(]V kl) B 1 ER . SlI s 1! kER [ESSIE E. Ballard Jeanne Barker Evelyn B rker Louise F. Barker JuANiTA Barlow Monroe E. B rrei r Mary C. Barrick HiOH Beazley Pauline Beclev Elizabeth Benoe Walter Berry Henry Bethel Arthur J. Bicknell Edutn T. Bir.cs Sidney Bint. M R(. RET BiM.II M lUI NE BiRK II Mtkii I Bloom II I I 1 BoH() John S. Boles Geoiu.e V. Booiier Mabel Boswei i. Charles Boswokiii Alma Bowman Tommy Bowman Andre Bowne Frank E. Bow shir Luther Boyd Russell Bramlm.e Janie L Brannen Eli abeiii Bren i Ermin ' . Brow F. El.i Aiu I II Bkou Harci:s I . Bkow Leioii Brou n ' lRr.i i Brom WiiiETii Bktnir Mildred Bryan Thomson Bryani Ethelda Bryson Gi:oRr.E C. Burke Charles C Bu iler CJarland Butler Dorothy A. C i iioi s Lois C wiimui i Willi i C mi ' hi i i. Helen C: rberry W. E. C rri(. n Doris Carm n Frank J. C roilo George P. Carier R YMONi) Carty M R Fr nces Cassell Charles C. Cvwood Elizabeth Chandler CiUY W. ClIIPMAN Frances K. Clvrk James L. Clark Evan Clay Benjamin Clife . L Rio Clui.i.ish Marian H. Cohen Charles Cole Dolores Collins ' ivi N Combs William M. Com i Carl Cram IK Nfdro Cook Pearl Corbin Elliot Core Manuel Com Elizabeth (: ) im.ion Walter R. Cox William J. Cox Joe C. Creason Glenw ooD Creech Elizabeth C. Cruise Ann Crutcher Bill Cudd James B. Curry Irving M. Dan igi r AViLLlAM C. D R in Oscar T. Davis Jane Day DoRonHY P. De n HoR CE E. Dean Harry C. Denham Dorothy J. Dishon Mary L. Dixon f.dh ard v. donoho Florence Don oho Thomas D. Dok.i. s Donald " SI. Doyle Marjorie Doyle Russell T. Drake Dorse Duff Samuel T. Dincan Nathalie R. Dye Wii LiAM L. Echols Andrew C. Eckdahl Carl B. Edward Phyliss Elam Betty Elliott Lucy Elliott Gera L. Emrick William R. Eubank E ELYN Ewan Francis AL F r bough COI 1 1 (.1 Ol R Is |i s( II XCl ' .S I I 1 Mil III I ' l Mill KVIN Roi.i.iN M. Fkksi: Amiionv J. Fkrrami I ' .FIIF M. FlCKI.F.X r.KR u I ' . I- ' ini-i.i I IIOM VS B. I ' lW RKI N I ' ISllI R Wvi.TKR Pitch [l ROMI Fl V W MI 1k ii k Hki.i E. Frikom lllOM AS . FrIKDM W I )ii H. Fl Doi I) M KI M (iARUHOlSK |on F. Cay Dominic Gfntmi Hi WIF C.FRSTl.F FDITII Cill.TXFR IldMI R H. CilVIN |(iii I. Glass F.iMi ). Goniiorr MVFR 15. BoDIMFFF Jamf-s (. GoonM Jamfs F. Gordon Edward H. Gaigii OlMF I.. GoWFR I MI R. (.K (.(. Mll.DRI I) t.KWFFrF | )iiN Grfatiioiisk 14l SSIF Grffn I Mis R. Grffnf {.FRSFD GrEEXFIKLD Frank A. Grf(; Frankif May Gkihun (XRI. GRII. . Marsh mi. 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JONI ' Eho.mas Edward Jonf:.s Mil iiRi I) Rose K vsii H ROI.I Rl I ' lSFN K i Rl( II K1 K M 1 R Emiiii Ki I ni V CxRi. Dxx Km ton (11 VRi I s K. Kffli R |ollN E. Kl I.LFR C RL S Kl I M II Brf 1 1 . kl 1 I x CiFNI X Kl I I 1 V KiRKIIN Kn.i.i.v M RIH Kfi.ley .Sam I.. Kennedy Ellsworim W. Kfsi.fr Wll I I I KlLI.FA Billy Kinnaird Ref;d Kinmncham Rosalie Koons Earl Kotcamf. Jr. ' |R ;|NH Kaihrxn Kk ak I wiFs V. I. B cii l)o 1 II I . 110K1 |ollN K.I. M KM . |K. {.1 (IRC.l 1 . 1, I ASON Mary G. 1,anc:astfr Charles .M. Landrlm )i ssiE W. Eandrlm Em I. N I.VNNERI k N MOMl W OOD LANI. ' .M M KX Leius ( Mil 1 I. 1 IIORNTON I.I ckie I NOM AS ElK.ENE I.EDRIDOE I RMI Wool) I.EE I Wll V II, 1.1 1 ( H |ani. Efvi I.ovALNE Lewis ledJufte t 4? ei e CiOLLEGE OF ART S AND SCIENCES X N(:v I,irs( (i ni M ARV LlK LllTKLI. [ BI L LoVFNn Si 1 i Low iMll i, CoNML LOWRV William Lusk John H. Lynn T McCarthy Anna Jane McChesney Wii.i.iAM Lee McCoy M KIIIA McCuDDY [oiiN Moody McFarlami [ R LouisF, McFarland John R. 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SdllM l ' . k(iN Sim ks (.1 (:r(.i .S| ' Rac;i:ns II. . . Si NC1L (.. I . Si wis I M SiMV kl W II I I WI S I kill I . l I 1 M l) N , I I kKI I I lis I 1 1 M I k (,l (Ikl.l 1 ll l N 111 1 klNT leiU ifve t leAJ tmn C;()LLE(,E Ol- ENGINEERINC; Joseph Tl i ile Clifton V. ' o(. t J. C. Wai.sh |. S. AMIUURNE J. M. White lil 1 IIKI) Willi 1 C. A. ILKINS (.. t). WllLI WIS |. W. ' lLSON ]5ii i.Y Wilson 1 Mil Wilson . W . Wilson r. 15. AVttiiers 1. G. AVo.MACK K. li. VoOD H.K. Wood K 11 KKiHT H.C.. VoiNC M. S. VUNKER Clinton Adams Betsy Allen Philip Angelucci George S . Bailei |. Arnold Uarheau Charles Barkman William H. Beck Ida Kathryn Beetem Brownell G. Berrym an J. V. Berteesman ' illiam Berikam Catherine Bekirand Sara R. Biggs Harold F. Bishop Villiam Bishop Hii ry (oiinson Boone M RJORH- Boi rne J. C. Bristow Chester Brown Rosa Lena Brumfield Ethyl Byrd T.J. Byrne Joe Cal ert Joe Candioio ) ACE D. Can ii James O. Cannon Laurie Cannon Glenn Carl David Felix Carlton COLLECE OE COMMERCE W ii.cE Carnes 1 iioMAS Ray Carter I n s E. Chu.mley John H.Clark .Mildred Clark IK(.1NIA CoMIiS 1 ' Ai L Connors C;i l Dl, W. CORNELU S WlEEKED W. CORNEIT Cjiarles Cotterill Reynolds C. Craddock Billy Cri icher I MEs D ' -Vmelio Sherrill Dalghekii Robert Dean Rolil RI L. DiCKERSON RoBiRr T. Dixon Edu ARD Forrest Donoui i . nna Mary Dlncan Mary J. ne Eddie Lincoln Ellington John Richard Ev. ns ' |NCENT FaNEI.LI Henry Feronv Charles Foley Herschel Fouts Marjorie Garland Charles Garnett Jack Giles Loretta Golden Harry Gordon Harry ' Gorm.yn John Gouch AVarren Griffith Fred Grim. Jr. Norman Grossman Ralph Hamersit A. V. Hamilton Stanley Hand Alice H.anseroi gh Charles . . H. rris Hi n 1 1 k H kris l W V. H KK1S |ii 1,1 I I Hi iiri n John W. Hi nsii aw .Ml RRi LI. Hkki V roberi hoee.m.yn Sam V. Holsclaw. Jr. Robert Horn, Jr. J (;k K. Hlber George R. Hukle Roy Hi lett ROBERI Hlmble |i lien R. Heme Fkii ion Hi n n r R I.P11 (.. I ( KOUSKI John P. Jackson Nancy .Xnn Jackson [ark Elmer Jacobs Gilbert Jennings Eugenia Johnson Fkwk |. Kfes |(lll W. Kl KK Gi ORG! Kirk W. E. Krk I) X IM . El lie II C)P I. El SIEK Sa.miel Levinson Benjamin Lewis Jack Lewis 118 (,()1 1 I (.1 ( )| ( () IM1 kCK III RUIN l. M) I ' M II 1 I- I I IS I. ()NS I .K J. McC.ARIIlV |amils McC ' .owh.i. W ' li 1 1 i M Cli uiiiN LlONOKl. MC.C.OM.KN Ross McKlNLKY II. r.i i M ki V A. I ' lMl M KMI 1.1. MOM) L. M R11N I AMIS R. M XI DON GKOR(;t M Frank fi-i)ARis Hi riv Ji N Ml i.iii RRV |. Mlncv I MOM S K. .Ml RIMIV Rom Ri C. N sii DoRUIIiV J. Nl Al. Julian Nic:moi-s |ollN T. NiCKKI.I. C.I.ARI NCE O ' NaN .Ai.iiKR I Ori) KI ' ll_SON l ' i. n K . l.l l ' RI A ROUKRI I ' l RRV . nNI I ' llll I ll ' s I ' Dllll I ' OI III (M i ' ol II K NWl II. I ' OVM I.I. lloWARII i ' KICb: (ill N I ' l RDV Il.KlRI) RaMM V I M.K .M. Rl 1.1)1 R |0IIN U. RlC.AN l ' " RAN ;i s Rl nil Ks I WIIS ROIUKI R|(.I1 K1)S Gkorci Rii.i V Kari. { ' .I.AI 1)1 ROIIIRTS Trvnk Rodis Km 111 k Rosi n 1a Ron 1 i IN l o i I . )k. Ill Rl 111 N kl K Insco Rl I liioM s R. Risk IamisOitis Swis Ai.ici; Ki ' i.iM S M)i KS Grit Sci.vn i aki.lli Robert T. Scott Joe D. n .Si ed GiiARi.Ks Sin A Josi I ' ll 1). Sin rill Rn . l 111 Rl Sill KM N l 1 1 K Smi 1 II 1 1 1 K Sn i ' ' l 1 I K SS ' , 1)1 K Noel Si ' incer Ai.viN B. SiAcrv |cil M M 1 (IKll I ' .MI N 1). Nl 1 I K11 I IHV KII Sn rill NSON A. Don i 1) Si 1 m ns I K N( 1 s j 1 1 1 1 Nl IIM N l)Ri I Si 1 1 i N I ' ll Sminok 1, W ll M WINE 1 IIOMI ' SON Ir.vnc.i s Toi)0 Willi m Lewis Ti dor John ( ' ,. Ii I 111 R 1 I ' ll l 1 IlDEl.l. W . R. Van San 1 I ' l 11 ' mrs |l M Mil I 111 N Gi Wainsloi 1 lRinNlA V. RIN . |. H WMlERS K VI HI KiNi Weaver Ik nk Wei.i RKIIVRD WlLLETl Rov A II I.IAMS H RRV Wll.SON Josi I ' ll Wise M KV (. Mil I 1 (lOl) R w MiiNii Wood |cill Rll HARD WoODVAKI) Forest Vaies RoltER I ' A lES 1 1 ' .l edAwen Dr. W. 1). FlNKHOLSKR Dl AN OF Tilt Gr 1H 1 1 Sr llOdl. ecati L. J. HoRi ac:her SMS1 1 Dl AN OF THE Col.I.ECE OF ACRICl ' LTURE 120 — W ! ' MHWJ I. I l.O I S K I (, K . r I ' K I ' 1 ' (. I M fCeKtudz xivL lieo uti 2.i4ee4t iecuuiie ■ " -i ' - — -nwiiw iiH-rTriu V jm- 41 i n ! I LEIGH B R O - N KAPPA K A P P A C A M M A i; I I 1 i; k II r s 1) 1 I 1 1) 1 I I II I I I liecMtieA. fiecuiii i M AR Y E LEA N OR C I. A K !■ 1 ' K A I ' I ' (. A M A I I-. S S I K R () P, I i 1 r K I) 1-, N 1 ieaaiieA. Mo Poyp44lan, Man W ROBERT FORSVl HE S l(, M (III ' ' ■ ' ' • " ■ " " " ' ulcpcMclcnls . . IIk- I,,-I)c-1i M,,|, , . Hl-, i;,| s,x il,c )iu-cn . . . ( ,,cal luiusc K;q.|M !;ilms . I he S« cclhrait of A. I. O. . . . The qwcc-ii :itul He, Com f.-. . Reckless I „„ilain linvs I he k.i|)p;, Deha Drc.Kh.aii. hl . . . I.en.lhig ihc Parade . . . I a.hes in W aili,. " Kappa OiK-eiis Ihe 129 Bno pA. SnxipA. All Apple a Dav . . . R.i iu)is I ' lide . . . ' Shi iinp " I ' lowcrs , . . I ' ,,i kui iii ilic Sun . . . I ' rew aiul llic I ' lii Keta Kappas . . . taiv F.llen Ferguson . . ' Uu,kl -i()ut;ir ' Slnopsluie . . . Down on llie Farm . . . l.i Blaik . Floiidas Lassing . . . Ketk and Uabbiii . Hakhaus and Coiupanx . . . Ralhins;. Around the Flagpole . . . ■Uncle Fnodi " . . . The Pi-Kaps at Georgia Tech. 130 Soiiior Iooi|]:illcis . . oj;cl al I ' catc uiili ilif World ... A Wi (..unc Ka| |.:i Si s . . . I lic Wuisl lor Sh( c:i . . . . i ihc I ' iKap Mansion . , .Schnlais . . . I ' liblilc and Cioiiihs al llic .Mahama (.anu- . Slio ca. Nam , anil Ah 111 . . . I.ayilxla (lii ' s al Kcm .1 lircc . I.illlc Mar Ion. 131 Snapd SnxA pA. I ' m Me in Cc I ' lm I louse . , , the I- ishei iii.iii . Clokes, Candv. and Peanuts. Gooil OKI MiHnu.un Iu ' -r Moinnm l ' . ci cises. One! Please 132 Doolev " I-rcsliiiicn . . . Canocin-; I m lcsii al (hrccii , . . Iiiaiii lcs ... In i he- ( .aiikii Cannon Fodder . . . KcincI Mall . . . Waller Ridtlcll . . . iNniii oi . li;nkc . 133 SnapA. Ba ifui I ' aiiujii ' j . Cone ■ Villi the Vv c . . . Mciic l•i-K;l|) . C. ar Ross Library . . . lu " ol War ... A rcn-MiiuUe Qmu . The Alplia Xis . . . . iM.|, .a ihe Irene Sparks. 134 ' h ' M ' ff Rilnl- . . . )ii re in llicAiim Niuv . . . Soldiers All HeUseeii Shots . . . l ' ri ;Ue . e eis , . . Sn.i|) Oul ol 111 Hie Long and . Short of It ... At Kasc . . . I ' aiaile . . . Recitiils . . . ' On the Range . . . " .Xpe .Man " Maitin . . . Kellond . . . 1 he I ' lide ol llie Regiment . . . . ltci the IJattle ls() er. 13; S a d Sna pA. Home-Coming and Its Decorations. yi octLaU ociLaU 111 cai l auliiiiin ol ' . ' Hi it was iinnnicil a boll I I in- ( c III 11 11 ilia I .1 loot ball Icaiii (low ii in " olc kainliuk " ' woiiUl lra cl westward in lau- Diii-nibci to plax in ihc annual Rosf liow 1 name. Sjxirls wiiicis ccikd ktiil lu k as llif Sonlh ' s luiinbcr one (onlciuler. Win ? W f didn ' t pause lo consider why ihi ' ii. but iKiw that the season is o ' ei , let ' s ti to lea- son it out. Keiiliick eiicU ' d llie . ' V " i season wiili a bla iiiL; 1 ' 7- I i(lor o ei reniussee. ()iil n ' o men. had ;radu.iled and with sIioiil; lieshinen leinrorcenieiils loniins; n|), the oiillook lor a siitcesskil season was (i biit hl. Soiithei ' ii spot ts ' wiiters said, " W ' au li kenlii(k , " Our local coi respondent le- priiued these coiiinieiils in their pa])eis and soon Ave were makiiiff anangements to at tend ihe ijis game at I ' asadeiia. Alter the warm up game with Mai ille. Renlii(k met Xa iei ' . Allhotigh the ' ., s Willi l) three lone hdowns. llie were badh oiU|)la ed. and K,eiitiuk laiis sciaulu-d their heads and asked, " Chm it be |)ossible that othei schools Iiad men on iheii lool- ball teams whcj had not giacliiatecl ilie |)ie- cecding year? " Nevertheless. Kenttickv blastecl the sup])()sedly strong ' . M. I. Cli- dets 38-0 the following week and again we were on our way to the promised land. Oiii next cippoiieiit vas Georgia Tech. In ' 35 the Blue and White had scored a lour touch down i(ioi . and now. aliei thai iiiipiessixe win o ei ' . M. I., the Atlanta sports writeis weie III. iking .Ml-. mei ic ails ol the Kentiickv men. .Some ol the pla ers were so anxious to see the .Vt- l.ini.i news])apeis thai the iorgol exerything else. Everyone knows the outcome. . n inspired (.eoigia " lech team caught the ' {lats oil guard to gixe them the worst beating in several seasons. lien the ' Cats went lo Nexv ()ik to ])la Manhattan they almost foigot their purpose up there. C.AITAIN St.wluv Ni rKS 4 JOH.VSO.N HUDDLESTON I 111 The iilimmi slioucd the boys the bright hjjhis, f a e them a l)aii |iiei. and the rcpoiters had il)cm posing for |)ii lines. These tlon ' i mix well wilii loolhall ])la eis — ii makes ihiii h(:i(ls di and esploded. A I act. overlooked bv Mian . uas thai ihe new line oiadi (hanged llie slNJe ol |)la ol the hnwaid wall and one oi two men lonnd il a dilti nil task to cater to the new si le. C!onse(]iieni- 1 . I li( ' (lid mil j i.i iiji to e |)e( i.ilions. lluii. loo, in jtnies Toned Coa(li WMuu- to use llu- ini |)ii ien( ed reserves a guai deal, and we didn ' t ha e two or lliu i dee|) lor ea( h position. .Nolliiii ' ,; in iliis article has iietii said ai)oni I he inipiessi c i(ioiies stored l) liic W ' iidcals. 1 aking e ei ihiiig into on id l .il ion. we li:iil ,i i.illui siu ( tssi id si-ason with si i( loi its .igainsl hmr deleals. In the . . l. !.. . v 1... iiid I ( ii ii(--set ' games, ihe W ' ildiats plaxed up lo |)ie-sca- son e |K( tations. 1 he work ol (.(iic Mncia .ii (inter has stamped him as the greatest delensixi- (enter Keimukx has e er had. A wcud ol ( ongralnlalion goes to Ken [ohnson lor his gieal (om(l)a(k lliis (ai. lo iIr- M)|)liomons. Coliin.iii. (..mI.iikI. II. !).i is. Ilodge. and IlLick. loi lluii splendid pel Iomii.iik is when (.died upon, and lo ( .ipl.Mii ili ' i I |oe Hagan, lor ihe lionoi and (onlideiKi lli.il Ills men li,i e pi, ued upon liiiii. In c oiii liisioii. we would like lo ( oiigi al iilale (ioaili ' iine and his assistants h)r passing ihe acid iisi. Mill ilie Rose Howl einliusiasl saw the handwriling on ilie wall a I ' evv non-(()nslrn( - li e (iiti(isms were Hung at oin menloi. llo i ei. ilie lell on barren groinid. h)r these lew kickers soon diseovered that Cioadi WMine is oik ol ihi niosi populai men in the stale. Sintc his a|)poinlmenl as alhletii diieitor. he has de elopid ilu widest range ol inlei -( ollegiale spoils thai Keniiukv has e er had. .Should Cioadi (liei WMiiii ever leave Kciitniky, il will be on his own a( ( ol d. (iRAN 1 III Ml (()%( II W NNF. (.()K I .It I.1.IJN(.I() P..M ' I. .Sl.VTON ' . Sltirlrtit Mimrif rr oaUaU Led b Bob Da is. who scored fi e toiuhd(nvns. the W ' ild- (.its had little troidjle s ' Maiy ille in their eye opener o[ ilie stascm. Resides being the first game ol the season, the (onl l was an e c opener in another respett. Coach W ' vnne elected lo siaii his leserves in an effort to test them iincfer Inc. Alilioiigh ihe stored t vo touchdowns, it vas e idem thai l eiitii(k was (ieliill veak in reseiNf stieiigth. I III first team re[)laccd the reserves as the second qnarter lugan. liob Da is Icct the attack and liefore the fialf Irad ended, he liad racect three times for touchdowns. The re- rsei es jjlayed the ihiid tpiarter. This time tlieir play was e en vorse than beh)te. as they made only one first down WHIiiill W ' during the period. The regulars were calleil upon to pla the final cjnarter. 1 he iVIaryville team, now weary and fatigued, gave way to the fresh charging AN ' ildcats. ' ithin one minute of plav, [ohiison had scored a touchdown and four plavs later. Davis ent o er h)r his h)urth of the day. A ien- ard pass from Ik-rt to liob late in the game resulted in I ' xib ' s filth toiidi- down. The last touchdown was scored bv Nick Liii vlien he inierceiited a Mar) ille pass and followed his miei- Ici elite o er the goal. liesitles Da is and )ohiison. I ' rithaid, M eis, Ciaptain Ke ers, and Nicholas ga e good accounts of themseh ' es. Alter the game the Kentucky fans had little comment to make. Had the reserves showed more power the cnthtisiasm wotild have been moie c ident. but this poor sho ing took the edge Kentucky 54, Maryville 3 oil the i(loiy. However, the dilleience between the first and reser e teams was o er emphasi ed In most lans, as the second team was in there when i Iary ille was fresh, and the first stringers veiu into the game after the fight had been taken out of the Tennesseans. (; i ' T MN-Ei.FCT Jor H r. w A jJ ri ' - 1937 V!i.i)c:Ar l- ' oorii.vt.L .SqLi.xn 142 OulfoiiiilK. oiiliimiilKicd ill Insi downs. ;iii(l ( iu ;.iiiu(l ill ;ii(l;im-. I iimi(k looked ;iii lliiim l)iil iiii| nssi c in lliis i(iorv over the l)aiilini; Musketeers ol a ier. laking ad- vantage of a lew spurts ol t ood backing. Kentiiikv ' s star backs. Bob and l$ert [olinson. piov ideil the pinuli wiih three l)i ' illiant rims that were good foi tonihdowns. A pass Iroin Johnson to Davis in the o|)ening (|uarier led lo ilic fust toiuhdown and a iKaiililul eighlv-two-vard spiiiii l) Davis gave llie Wildcats a t wo-loiu lidov ii liad beloic lln III si hall ended. I he ' { ats vvcic (onipklel) oiapi.ivcd in llir scdiiul li.ill. and had it nol been lor the delensive stands on I he goiil line. Xavier might easily have won. Twice the Mtiskics moved within the lillecn-vaicl snipe, and a third time thev approached within the tweiilv-dve. Xavici " as the inidei dog had everuhing lo gain, wiiicli may have attoimucl lor ilieir line .showing dining the third c|iiaitcr. It must he said lor Keiilii(k ihev h.id a good pass defense. J ' hev evidenih did imi upcn up .ii .ill. Ii is ])ossil)le that with hmrteen points in ihe van thev just ki down, ' ct it doesn ' t seem reasonable to sii])pose thai thev Would be satisfied with two touchdowns. Thev missed tackles, and allowed a lighter team to run o ci ' them. S. . 1{()| rs, ISiisiiii ' ss MaiKiiirr l( ( ISC ' c lose Xavier rolled tip twelve liisl downs to Kcnuukv ' s six. Kiimnkv. jiowcvu. did iioi iinii all their oHensive. as thev ])assecl onlv twice. Xavier. kiiowinglv. (lowdcd iK hiiikliiid in in tear of the line of scrimmage lo hottic ' up the iiimiing attack. Near the close ol the liiial sian a. a sixiv-oiu-vaid pimi l) Siinpsoii |),ived llie wa loi Ken tiickv ' s third touchdown. Standing in his end one. Snell. Xavier hack, was rushed on his the ball going out of bounds on ihe ihirlvciglil-vard line. Alter gaining one vard at left . punt, u.ird. Ken tucky 21, Xavier |ohiison swept wide around lell end and ouliaii ihuc Miiskic- hi ilu- goal liiu ' . Simpson added his ihird placement of the dav lor the extra poini. 143 4ooiUU ootluxU G Mti 1). l ' .)ld 111 is, Cillh- Hi I i i.. l:ii(l li look jusi n o miiiuics and liltccn sec- onds alter llie kiik-oli lor the Wildcats to Morc two touchdowns against the Cadets o! . M. 1. Victorious in their first two games, the Soldiers came to the Blue Grass with the expectations of a victory, but Kentucky ' s line and blocking backs, clicking in unison, opened raxines for the ball " toters " to gallop through, and lompleteh outdassetl the Ca- dets. ' llie swiftness shovvii b ls.entutk was amazing. During the Inst li e minutes ol the game, the oliensi e disjjfav was the finest seen on Stol! Field in the last decade. With l-loijinsoii .11 tlic (juarter position, the ' Cats didn ' t gi e the military men an op|)oitunii to obtain a deep breath. . fter the first three touchdowns Coadi Wynne substituted fre- |iicntl to throttle down the blasting ollense. however, with little suiiesN. f he insertion of Hon f axis antl Tommy Coleman into the game brought little change and the Wildcats continued the slaughter. Oiih once during the (iisi half was ' . M. 1. able to advance the ball bevond mid-lield. and then lliev were sto])])ed on the lot ty-scven-vard line. In the third (|tiartei the C.idets, v ilh the aitl ol a lilteen-vard peii- altv. ran the ball to is.entuckv ' s thirlv-tour-vard line. .Simpson inter- lepied a pass and returned the ball to the ihirtv-six-yard line to start Kentuckv on their v av to the first of two toiululovins made in the ihirtl i|uarler. With l ol) Davis canving the ball, the Wilik.its advaiued to the ' . , f. 1. t wentv-one-vai (1 stripe. Coleman tossed a p.iss lo Red ll.igan Kentucky 38, V. M. I. v ho look the ball on the five-vard line and i rossei the high lii ' ht ol Keiiliukv ' s liiial loiulidov n. 1 the " o.il uiiloiiihed. f he work ol Sands v ' .is 144 " Remeiiibci the Wild- cats " was ilif war cry ul the tllow Jackets this year. 1 Ir cUcl everything wiili a ioothall except cat it. and llic ' Cats were wishiiit; ihai they would do this. Not v iU I lie Kciiiiu k players (otild iiiiderslaiid how it hid liappeiied as the sat III ihe diessiiig room after the game. Ill " team thai wcm clowii ill deleal againsl ilu Georgia I ' ec h resembled very liille tlie leaiii that had stored si touchdowns against ' . M. I. ihf previ- ous week. As Kentucky li.ul (aught v. M. I. oil giiaid. the ' eli()w jackets did pre ciseh the same thing to the Clats. Ins|)iied as iliev were, and (igliting to avenge liic --ling K(iiiiuk h.id gi r (oiild have beaten anv team in liic (oiiiiiiv ihai d.i . Coath Wynne said Ixinie ilu- m-.isou stain-d tii.ii (.coigi he had not antic iiiaied anv thing like the residis. Cieoigia Tech had no individual stars. Ihe wiiolc ic ;iii " Red " SiiiipMiu and (.ene .Mvcis sioud dui like heacoiis. k » » II ihciii ihe (,n bilou-, (ieolgia Tec h a 111 li VMiuld 1)1 ' . II k(iiiii(k . 1)111 even ( Ik ki ll.id I I as I he ol nc. l-(ir lici nine 1 ( n 1 1 1 ( k V |)la l as I ' .liiioi e tliev, it Kentucky 0, Georgia Tech 34 miglil have been difFeient. but llien. wc even dniihi this, li jiisi wasn ' i in the books loi keii- tutky to win. i 145 ootLaU ootLaU BosM , , , ; , Swns, ;, , ; ii mil s. (,i Pushing ) L-i tone lnlc) ns aluKisl ;il will, the IJig Bluf Icani, disjilas ing Idi llic liisl liiiK- ihcir powerful otiense lacking; in ])revi iis games, ran loiigiishod onct tlic (icncials i l Washington and Lee, to w 39 to 7. Kentucky 39, W. L. 7 Bol) and D.niieion ] ' )a is each scoied twice and Tonnny Colcnian and Elniotc .Simpson ac- counted lor one touthdown apiece. Besides these scoies, the X ats chalked up three moie only to have them called back for violation of the rules. The only Washington and Lee .score came in the final period when Kentuck substitutes were in the game. The Cienerals, with two l ong ]3asses, carried to the sixteen-yard mark. An end run by .Sample put o ei their lone touchdown. «s »■ » " ■ 46 n - Coi-l-M N. Bill I; P S RolllNSON. lilll U II I I l . . ' ( ( ; Plaviiis ■iiic i foini —on one cik. oil the next — Rciinicky w.is l)aiel able to eke out a 7-0 icloiv ovci Florida. Alihoii h oiiiplaxcd in c ci (Icpaiimtnt of the game except passing, llie Gators were a consiani iliieai. In llie second qiiailii. Hon l)a is. ])la inu in his hig l)roili(r ' s position, look a slioii j)utit on his foriv-vard snipe, and laci ' d to ihi ' goal line to scoie xW- oiiK loiii lidown ol ihe i;,Mii( ' . I he Wildcats di ' ove iiilo deep (latoi leililni in llie louilii peiiod, Inn a linnhli ' on llie one-xaid Kentucky 7, Florida line ended the final Kenin(k ilireai. 1-loiida rero crcd and pnnud out ol dannef. The lilne and White gained 2 ' yaitls to Florida ' s 7. ' i. ihiiieen liiM downs lo six, Inii made ouK 52 yards from passing, while Florida gained a total of 98 yanls. in aoiludi KuR. CHECK, Center Orr. End Eight times the Red Elepliaiits dio e ;vith- in the shadow ol the goal in the fust halt and eight times the Vildcats repulsed the Ala- bama in asi()n. Kentiick) was toiislantlv on the defense and it wasn ' t mitil after Alabama had scored its first marker in the tiiird (jiiar- ter that Kentucky took the offense. With Johnson leading the attack, the ' Cats poimded their -(vay 75 yards to Alabama ' s one-foot line. It was the same Johnson who, two years ago, made the 1934 Rose Bowl champions look like a group of high school bovs. After V ' altcr Hodge. AVildcai full- back, recovered a fumble on his own 25, Johnson lugged the leather on four successive (hi es to ])lace the ball on Alabama ' s 22-yard line. He then hea ed a pass to Da is for a first down on the eight. Hodge picked up a ard, Johnson made three, an(LDa is ad anced two. On the fourth do ' n Johnson slammed into the line, but was a few inclies short of a touchdown, . labama |)unted out of danger to halt Kentucky ' s only threat. The Blue and White line played remarkably well, especiallv when the Wildcats were fighting with their backs to the wall. Not a Wild- tat was replaced during the first half, while Coach Thomas inserted fresh men repeatedly. Had Coach Wynne been able to rest his first stringers with able reserves, the story would probably have been dif- ferent. Ne ertheless, we didn ' t ha e them, and consequcntlv lost to a better team. The game was the most thrilling seen on .StoU Field this season. The 18,000 fans were satisfied as they left their seats, for they had seen Kentucky 0, Alabama 14 the Wildcats go down in defeat after the had gi cn c cr thing that a football plaver is able to give. Bo z, CiKircl MS Wadi INGION, Back I li)|)i Irssly oiilclasscil in iliuc ol ilu- lour (jii.iiicis. ilic WikkaiN avciu ilouii hcloic .XliiiilKitiai) I J to 7 in lirooklvii. For ihice (jiiaiiiis ilic kiimiik itain was diivcii baik 1) iIr- ( liaij iiii; line ol tin- luaw [as| i ' r Icaiii. l rMliak linisnKii. who li.id loiis;lil so f;allanll a ainsi Alabama liic week he lore, lacked ihe sjjark to gain anv aiilage in the fiisi liall. Twice Hell [olnisori linnhlcd in llie In si (]iiarler, deep in his own terriicjrx, Init both limes Keniucky held. Howexer, the In si toiididown came a momeiil later when liob l)a i.s ' |nini fell short. Again belore ilie liist lialf had ended the Jaspers pushed over an- other toiuhdown afier a march from Kentuckx ' s 11 yard line. I wice in the third qiiai ter .Manhattan came ery close to scoring, being held once on the two-yard line and again on ijie nine-yard line, l-roiii the nine-yard line the Vildcats stalled theii 91 yards ' niaidi loi a loiich- down. With Johnscjn and Da is carrying ilu- ball, Kcimicky ad- vanced to the jasper ' s 28-yard marker. I ' roni ihis point )ohnson dropped back and shot a beautitul pass to I ' .ob Davis. gi ing the " Cats a first down on Manhattan ' s 10-yarcl line. On the loinih down Joiin- son dashed through tackle for a touchdown. Damcron I)a is ])lace kicked the extra point. Ihe Wildcats then kicked oil to Manhattan, but beloie another play could be i im the game was over. .Statistics ol the game show how badly Kentiickv was beaten, Man hallan made 11 first clowns to Kentuckx ' s (i. and gained ' 2 ' 1 ai(ls l) rushing to 77 aitls loi KcniiKkx. 1 he- J.ispcis c oinplcu il . ' 1 oin of 7 Luiv. liiicli f I?OL. , I), Biicli Kentucky 7, Manhattan 13 | .isses lo gain " I vards. while llic ' Wilde. Us conipKud I oiii ol I L ' .itteinpls. lo g.iin 17 xaicls. Only once did Keniiukx slioxv iis real power, when ii pushed ilu ' J. ispers back for ilie touchdown. . 149 ooiLcM, OJotluUl Johnson. Back R. Davis, Back Er.LiNfnoN, E id Slagiiig a loLiitli qiKiiici lalh, Clcmson swept ilic Wildcats ort tlicir Icui iinly to lose as the placement lor extra point went wide ol its mark. With Kentucky leading 7 to t), the Tigers started a barnstorm ol passes that carried the ball Irom their own four line to a touchdo vn. For three cjiiaiteis Kentiukx oiit|)Ia ed Cllenison. In the second quaiter Rob Da is intei(e])ied a ' liger pass and behind gootl blcjcking retiiined the ball lo midlield. Willi Johnson and ,Simp- Kentucky 7, Clemson 6 son smashing the line. Keiitiiikx made a lirst doA ii on the six-yard stri}je. Then |ohnson shot through tackle h)r a touclulo ■n. .Simpson kitkeil the xictory point. The passing, punting, and line plunging ol lohnson stood out, and Gene Meyers was again the outstandiii " linesman on the field. 150 Bos I UN I. A |)l;i(tiiiciii l) I ' oiui i;.i r tin- oliiiuctis .1 I iiikcv l);i i i()i (i (i ilu Wildciis hut iioi imiil llic ' ( .lis li.id omphacil ami oiit- l()ii};lil ilic ' ()1 ill iliuc ol the lour (|u;nlc ' rs. Kciiiu(k s c u(l ilu- Inst iou(luli) vn Liic ill iIr Imsi (|uail(r alui .1 iii.ikIi liom llii ' I I . 11(1 iiiir. Ilu- |)la(iiiKiil wilU vi(k ' . l (iini(k s line IDM 111 |)icM-,iv)ii c |)C(la- iiiiiis III llic second (|iiaiui. lliiowiiif; ail ini- |)ic ' j;nal)li ' (iclcllsc anaiiiNl llic lircl ' ! riiiU ' SSCC Ikk ks. I ciiiRSMC scoifd its loiic loiK iidowii and lis innin 4 extra point in tlic iliiid (|iiartir. v liiili Is III s,i ii|i mill ih.il nil iiiu ' iil . llie iiU had hiii lil an u|)liill lialllc .iiid so mill h li.id ilii Ihcii mitclassfd il lunkcd as il llic licfi kcf;. S)inl)i ol sU|)i(iii.M iulwrcii llic iwii l;ciicii iis and t;ciil IciiiaiiK rivals iil the Soul II. w.is ,1 1 (I 1,1 1 Ml 111 Id ui n in I ,c in,i;liiii. w luic 11 li.id lice 11 kept in (iisIikK siiuc lIu ' Wildials ' L ' 7 lo !• i(iiii ilii car bi ' loic. . lui Iciincsscc sdiicd and led 7 to li. I ' mli D.nis iciuriied the kick-oil til ards in the Nnls ' : ' il)- ard line. Alle i lliiee |ila s. ken tiukv atti ' iniiled a liehl oal lioiii the l:! aid line wliiili w.is blocked. Howt ' Mi. iliis did iml dishc.iilin ihc I ' lliic. In tile loin til (|uai tei . Cio lei 11.1 11 slioi a jjass to (.a 1 land, who dashed 1 ' ) ards beloic Toiler brouf ht liiiii down on the li i- ard line. Allei three charges at the line the ball la imlRs Irnin the . oal. |olnisiin made his last of iiianv terrilit bone-i 1 ushiiii; dii es through the ols ' wall, and the Rentuckv I. ins. ihiiiking he had siuicd, shouted at ilic iiipiil theii Miices. Howexei. it must lia e been an opli(al illusion. Iiii ilie game ended a lew minutes later with 1 eiincssee leading 7 to I). IlMl C:::,,! f V I R (:i ■ . I ' m Itle Kentucky 6, Tennessee 7 Il was a liiiigh break lor llie boxs in Hlue when .Simpson missed his ki(k and |ohnson lai ihiiuigh the line. I ' he lecord ol .Major Ne land, leiinessee coach, is siill clean in thai has ncxei been beaten b a W ' ihKal team. cd he 0J0U dl aotLall Freshman Football Because rieslinian Inoib.iU learns are used ninsUv as dummies lor the vaisily, it is exeeedins ly difficult lo aiieiiipt to aualy e a first-year team. Only two games were played by llie Kittens lliis year, and ii is hardl) ' possiijle lo say that certain men are of varsity calibre. Some of the out- Mandiiii; players were Spickard, .S)clnoi. McCubbin, fackowski. and Hays. However, it is pos- sible that two or three men not mentioned vill be of great assistance to Coach Vynne next year. Freshman numerals were awarded lo Baile , Boles, Byrne, Carnes, Ellington, Fritz, Hays. Jackowski, Raylor, Keller, Kennedy, Kincaid, Lackman. Marker. Murphy, McCubbin, Shepherd, Parda, Ramsey, Spears, Sjjickard, S)dnor, Togncicchi, Vires, and Willet. Killciis (). Mnii ' liriid 0. By lic)i(bng ihi ' Moiehead lieshiiicu lo no Insl downs and rolling u[) ci, ;lu ihemsehes. llie l .il- tens were easily the better in which appeared to be a close battle. The Kittens scored midway in the fourth cjuaiter wlien Keller passed from the 19-yaid line to McCubbin on the five. The Kitten end evaded a tackier and went over the goal. Noi being satisfied by humiliating the Eaglets wiih no fust d() vns, the Kittens limited ihem lo loui ards gained from scrimmage. Kiltens 0, Biili ih IT). Ihe Tennessee Baij) ' ols took advantage of their breaks to defeat the Kittens in their annual tussle. Although registering only two first downs to four for the Kentucky freshmen, the Rats scored two touchdowns and a safety for a total of 15 points. It was Joe Reno, a Kentucky boy, who led Tennessee to victory, as he scored boiii ol ilie Rais ' markers. ' Fhe first tame in the second period ;ind ihe oilier hue in the fourth (juaiiei wjieii lie intercepted a Kentucky pass to run unmolesled to the goal. ' Mw . ' ■■■ ■ — „ " ■ m " W- " » • " ■ — , - " ,- ».. |y3 i Illl «y« j» ' i I I.I innl ' illrHll ' Ji»««il»«««l»»Al«MI»— —jflfc ' f ' ' ' ' ' ' ■ ' " M p»«»- " li»JB|Py " ll m W ■■ ' iW ' -l- ' . W ' " " y " ' P " " V Ill n il —MWMIMM— —■«— iWSiy " I l W.||WMWM«« iiii w iiiiJIi . " ■ ' ■ »■ ' ' jT " ' ff ' ■ ' ■ ■ " ■ " W» ' ' ' ' - ' » T ' O " " T ' " " " • « ' •• — " ■ " ■ i.M __.» .. 1 — I 1-. 1 " y_4i 130 Freshm. n FooruALL Sqlau I5i liaiJzetLcdL GAJzetLali Basketball 1936-37 It took, the 1936- ' 37 Riipp-toachccl edition ol Keiitiitky ' s lainecl basketball powcihouscs until the last ol an eratie sea- son to get into their stride. Init when the smoke hail cleared a va the Big Blue was again j)erehed at the top ol the South- eastern heap — Champions ol the Southeastern Conlerencc h)r the season ot I936- ' 37. Going into their last conference game with Vanderbilt, the Wildcats were faced with the possibility ol not receiving an invitation to the annual cage toitrnament. This was all that was needed to send them into high geai. and the ' Cats served notice on all teams heading lor knowille by annihilating the Commodores 51 to 19. Arriving at the Universit) ot lemressee g)imiasiiim six days later, Rupp again unleashed his Wildcats and they look lip at the point from which they had let Vanderbilt off, sweeping aside Louisiana Stale, previously undefeated Geor- gia ech. and. lastly, the delending chamjiions. Tennessee, to bring the chamjjionship back to Lexington. In the number of games woir and last, this Kentucky (jiiin- tet did not look as good as the Blue teams of the past, but this was on paper alone, and throughout the season showed flashes of the power which it finally turned loose to take its place among Kentucky ' s great cage combinations. The final count was eighteen games won, including three in the tournament, and five lost. Again the Big Blue jilaced mote than their shaie on the All-Southeastern team. While high- scoring Ralph Carlisle was securing hiniselt a unamimous place at one forward. Captain liono- hiie turned in the best jjcrlormances of his career to be plated at a guard post, ' alkel, Hagan, and Hodge also won much praise from the critics. And needless to say, the season would have been entirely different had it not beeir for the fine relief work of Thompson, Opper, Curtis. Go- forth, and Davis. These boys are Champions! Cai ' TAIX Donohue. Guard 1936- ' 37 Kentucky Basketuall Squad 154 Kciiliuky, -10, Gcorgctfiu ' n 21. A (itrlitint; i roiip of sophomores from Gcorgciowii (iollci c ii kwc ilic Wilduiis ilic lji,i;f;csi stare a Keimuky (luiiitcl had ill ail ])ciiin ; !;ame iii years Ijefoic (inalh wihint; in tiie hiial miiuilcs to i;() tlowii Hi lo 21. The liisl hall foiiiul ihe ' (!als (ii;hiiii ; lo hold a Miiall lead, ami the peiiod ended with ilic liig lihie on top 19 lo 1. " ). The isiiois a|)])eaied lo lire as the second sian a progressed. inl( ihi- Big liliie leain warmed to their task; and, wiih (iai lisle ,iiid Opper sho viiii; ihe :i). mo ed into a sale lead. Ihe game ended with Keii ineky ' s lelief men nionnting up the margin nl i(i( ' i . (ai lisle, wilh Ki points, topped all scorers. Kiiilinlix 7 " . lli}iii L ' (i. (illering Inn liiile lesisiaiue liom ihe Niaii. Here. is Moiin laineers siicenmlH ' d 70 to 21) as the C ats made ii two i(toiie-i in two starts. It was ap|)aieiu from the Inst whistle that the IJig Bate would ha e little tionble, and the fans settled hack lo watch the one-sided score pile up. Carlisle and Thomp- son, with 14 and 13 points, respectively, w-ere the high ijoiiii men of the night. Ihe score was TS to 7 at the end of the lirsi peiiod and it was evident that the Wildcats were onlv ha iiiga praciite session. E er iiuinhci nl iIr- Kciuiukx s(|ii,iil was i Ki-iilii(k . ' 51. .Iliihinim , ' if H I. N isicl in , lorifurd the " a me. Altei- six ears of ain aiiemiHs Alabama fiiialh sue cc-eded in defeating a Rupp coached team when llu clowned the Wildcats. , " i 1 lo ;! I . in ;)1r- of the hesi games seen in I.exingtoii all eai. It was the ' C ats Inuiih loss ol ilu c.mip.iinn. ,mcl iluii second Conference defeat ol the season. Each team stored un lieUl i;nals. hm iju- I iciismcii gained their sii|)erioril b greater accuracy on the free thmw line-. Alab.jnia led IS in 17 at the iiiici mission, and ihe Wildcat were ne er able to come closer ih.in .me ])oiiit to the isiiois in the second period. Ii was Shoemaker and Tabor, stoiing twciitx-ihiee points between ihem. who led the Crim- son I ide to ittory. For Kentuckx llat;aii and Dciiioluic stood oiii wilh nine and eighl points lespectixely. K) ' )ili h . ' il. A ' c i ' V ' )- 28. fourneying to Cincinnati h)r theii third game of the sea- son, the Wildcats had a iiaiiow escape vhen the were forced lo loiiic hum behind in the Imal minuies lo tie the score 27- all ai ilie incl ol the regulation time, and then go into an o ci lime peiiod lo win . ' M to 28. Kentucky grabbed an eaih lead and mainlained il through ihe iniiial half, the Musketeers culling il lo IS lo Hi with a spiiii jiisi before the whistle. Xa iei opened ihe second half by collecting ten points before the ' Cats could Imcl the range. Hagan then liil one fiom well oiii on the court and Kenluckv begun ili. i.ilh which pulled them into a tie a lew seconds before ili_ linal gun. In the over-time jjeriod it was all Kentucky. Walker. (;arlisle. and Hagan pin thiough field goals in cpiick succession lo ciiuh ihe game. C ailisle was the high point man ol the e ening with IS points. It was fouls that w.in lor the ' i ' .nis as ihey missed onlv se en out of seventeen. Si. a iei iiiakin;.; oiil se en out ol lweni -one liee throws. Kculu h 37. Criilotiuiry 19. In iheir last game before the holidaxs, Kentucky handed I heir Louisiana xisiiors, the Centennai) Gentlemen, a 37 lo C;ari isi r, I-nrwartl 155 fiad ketLali iaiJzetLcUl I ' J deleat, but were far from inipressixc in ilie process, the arious Kentucky combinations appearing ragged both on offense and defense. Hagan scored first for the ' Cats on a pretty shot from the side. Tlie isitois then took a (3 to 2 lead before the liig fikie registered again. It was tlien Ken- tucky all the way for the rest of the contest, with Carlisle again in the scoring van, collecting 7 field goals aird one free throw for 15 points. Kentucky 28. M diigau Stall- 21. The V ildcats displayed great impro enient in their Inst game of the new year, handling the bal l in champit)nship fashion at times, to win their fourth straight game of the season from Michigan State 28 to 21. The contest was close throughout, the Cats pidling away in the last few minutes. Midway in the second half Kentucky was enjoying a seven point lead — two minutes later it had been cut to one point, and Captain Donohue called time out. The Spartairs regis- tered another field goal several minutes later to hold a slim one point advantage at the half time. The Vildcats spurted again as the second period opened, to pile up a 26 to 15 lead, but their attack again bogged down as the isitors ran their total up to 21. Here Carlisle, who agaiir led the scoring with 14 points, put ihiough a pretty one- handecl shot and the game ended without further scoring. C. ptainEiect Walkkr. Center Kentucky 28, Notre Dame 41. l.cil b . ll-. mcrKan Moil and the sharpshooting Nowack, Notie fJamc luuuled the Wild- (ais their first defeat of the season, 41 to 28, in a fast game played at the Jefferson Count) armors in Louisville. The Irish presented a smooth working, high-scoring combination which pla etl an almost perfect first half to lead the ' Cats 28 to 9. at the end of that period. In the second half the Wildcats alteied their defense, with a decided improvement resulting in their play, and outscored the Irish 19 to 13. The big lead piled up against them in the first half was too much for the Big Blue team, however, and the closest they could come to the fighting Irish was 12 points. Norwack led all scoring with 18 points, while Hodge ' s defensive work was outstaird- ing for Kentuckv. KetitU( ky 59, Creigliton 36. Chaffing inuler their deleat at the hands of Notre Dame, the Wildcats lived u t iheir names in every respect three nights later and swamped a covey of Creighton Bliiejavs 59 to 36. Kentuckx started fast and, except for one Creighton sjjurt in the fiirst half ivliith tied the score at 22 all, the visi- tors coidd not match the Wildcat marksmen. Leailing 33 to 22 at the half, the ' Cats resimied their assaidt iir the second ]3eriod to win handily. Hagan paced the e ening ' s scoring activities with 17 points, as Hoclge was turning in anothei brilliant defensi e exhibition. Kentucky 23, Michigan State 24. The Wildcats again took to tire road and met their second defeat of the season at the hands of Michigan State, 24 to 23, in an exciting game at East Lansing. Handicapped by the illness of Carlisle, the ' Cats still fell only one point short in their late second half rally. The Blue Grass team took an early lead, but the Spartans cut it down and went to the front just before the half, 12 to 11. In the second period, with the Big Blue trailing 23 to 15. Opper dropped in two Oi ' i ' LR, Guard 156 field g;oals and W ' alkci lollowcd wiili aiioiliri lo l)iiiin Ken lii(k within two points ol the leailers. I)iii a loid sliot In Kiali ;a e the .S|)ariai:s a lead wliith ()|j])ei tliiid goal a inoineni later (uiild not ovenoine. Nelson led the uinneis with nine ijoiius; Ojjpei and ( ji lisle lej isieiins; six points ea h loi till- " Clals. Kfiiliirky 32, .Hi) on 22. The Rii])]) machine iciiniied lo the win (nluniii when they re|x-lled a siidjboin Akron l ' ni eisii uam, ,12 to 22. ai Caneiiniati. Paced by Joe Haf aii. the " ( its oveicamc ilic earlv Akron lead to he out in from IS lo S ,ii ilie hall v,i maik. I he second |)eii(i(l was nip and luck. Imlli icanis nialdiini; , oal lor goal lluougliout. as the Wildcats niain- lainccl their lO-point lead. Keninck , although noticc ' al)l the superior team, ga e an eiiatic perloi niaiue. Ilagan vas easily the outstanding man on the lloor. with . Ioii imning in the best performance loi the Ohio team. Kenliicky l-i, Tcinicvwr 2(). Taking on their first tonferenee loe ol the season, ilu Wild cats weie impressive in rolling over I ' einiessee ' s Xoluniccrs 4 ' to 2( " ). 1 he Big Blue held a comfortable lead during the entire contest, and finished with the second team caiixin;; ilic buidi ii doing most of the damage, the ' Cats rushed iiiio a (i lo I Icid m sireiched it lo 23 to 9 bv half time. The X ' olunieers reduced the- Bin points midwav in the last hall, but Kentucky ' s olFense clicked again to pull the Wildcats out of d.iiigci. (iailisle. with se cn |)()iius. .ind Ic luicsscc ' s (oluisoii, wiiji III, lid i he scoring. lIlM ' C , i J tin yd iih (Carlisle and Hagan K Inst three minutes, and e team ' s maigin to nine Kciihii l; W. I ' luidcrliilt 2(5. Making the fiist stop of their h)in-g;ime southern tiip at Nashyille, the Wildcats chalked up their seccmd confeience win of the year in .setting down ' anderbilt ' s Commodores 11 to 26. Never headed throughout, the ' Cats, with Hagan and Carlisle showing the- way, dropped in shots from all jiarts of the court to soon run up a safe margin, and then turned the job over to the second team which finished the I lloMrsdN. (.rlitrr safe game, ihe Big Blue displayed its best form of the year, every man showing up well, while Coleman and Capl.iin Overly led the ' ancl attack. Kf-nlutky ' }8, Alabama 27. Coiuiiuiing iheii sirong finish jjrognnn, the Wildcats added Alabama lo iheir confereiue viciims, 38 to 27, the following iiighi ai Biimingliani. Twice, ai ihe dose of each half, the ' C:als spinied lo caldi ihe Ciimson I ide. Willi Shoemaker showing ihe va , llie I ide jumped lo a II lo 7 lead. Then Thompson loimd ilu- laiige hn Keninckv and the Big Blue lied ihe game U|) Ki all jiisl as the half ended. .Alabama again pulled away as the second hall goi under way, biu soon Carlisle and Ihomijson located the basket and Kentucky outscorcci the Tide 21 points to eight in the last 1.5 minutes. Ihompson and Hodge were the most effective for Kcniuckv, ' ith Shoem.ikei- and T.ibor registering 10 |joiiiis eadi loi the losers. Kriiluchy 28, Tulaur 35. I lie Riippmeii sullered from a sudden lei (Io- ii li om their wiiininn loiiii ill ilieii liisi (oiiiesi wiih I iilaiic ' s (rreen Wave, coming oui on ihe slioi I end ol a 3 " ) to 28 count for their lirsi conleiencc loss of the ' season. Tlie ' Cats were out- 157 BadJzeiAaU iGA.ketLaU jilayed in the roii h battle, ne cr leading after Hassan ' s first- mimite goal. Locket ami Collar stored in the Inst le v min- utes of play and continued to drop the ball through to gi e the Greenies a 23 to 13 margin at the half. The Wildcats looked some better after the rest period, but the Tulane mar- gin was too great. Locket. Greenie guard, and Hagan di- vided scoring honors with nine points apiece. KcnliKky 28. TiiUine 2b. .Sh() ing improxement oxer their playing of the night be- fore, the Wildcats e ened their series with Tulane, 28 to 25, in their second game. Hagan was the shining light of the night on both tlie ollense and defense, registering 10 points, xvhile he was holding Locket to one field goal and two h)id shots. The contest was close thr(iui;lioiu. witli Rentiukv leading most of the way. Kcniuiliy 58, Unwrrsily of Mexico 30. Retinning from their .southern trip, the Ruppmen met a jalucky University of Mexico five and defeated them 58 to 30. GoFORiii Guard . lthough outplayed and outclassed, the little Mexicans fought thioughout the contest, completely winning the ad- miration of the Kentucky fans. DropiMiig through several shots from far out on the floor, the visitors kept fairly close to the Blue cjuiiuet during the first half, but with Carlisle, Hagan, and Op|)er hitting the basket from all angles, the Mexicans were no match for their taller ()])ponents in the last ]K ' riod. Lolo led the visitors with 10 points, Carlisle collecting 15 points during his sta in I lie game lor Kentucky. Krntiifhx 24. Tennessee 26 Holding an ap])arcmly safe lead with only six minutes of jilav icmaining, ihe Wiidciis Icll before a driving Tennessee finish, 26 to 24, for their second stiaight conference loss, lioili teams displayed a fast and furious brand of basketball in the first hall, which ended with the ' oliuueers holdiirg a two-point margin, 14 to 12. Carlisle found the range for Kentucky as the last half got underway and the ' Cats ran up what apjieared to be a safe leaf, when the ' ols piu on their winning rally. Field goals by Rice and Marshall, coupled with three free throws l) ilie same pair, gave Tennessee a one-point margin. Johnson added one more by a foul conversion and the game ended. Johnson, isiting forward, xvas high point man with 10 j ioints. as Cailisle. Hodge, and flonohuc stood out for Kentucky. KiiiliK k !) . Vdnderhill 19. Needing a ict()ry to be assured of an inxitation to the .Southeastern Conference tournament at Knox ille, the Wild- cats ]3assed and shot theii way to a one-sided 51 to 19 xiciorx over Vanclerbilt ' s Conunodores at Lexington. Playing wiili out the services of two or their regulars, the Connnodoies were at a disadvantage, but even had they had their fidl strength it is doubtful if the score would have been nuich changed. The ' Cats flashed their best form shown all sea- son, especially in the first half when their ball handling and shooting approached perfection. Starting the second hall with a 21 to 9 lead. Coach Rupp allowed his regulars to re- main in the game for only a few minutes before he statted making sidjstiiiuions. E en then the visitors failed to halt the nioiuiting score. Ke)iniek 23. Xax ' ier 15. The ' Cats played the last game of their legulai season Hi mi. I :ii,i ' (ii(I 158 wiilioui iIk ' services ol R;il|)li (l.iiliNlc, liiii iIrv seemed to loi ' et that fact once the ;aiiie was imder way and treated the home fans to a 23 to 15 victory over Xavicr. The game was rough tliroiighoui, the visitors registering II of tlieir Ij points on fold sliols. and Kentucky scoring nine of ilie free throws, out of the total of . ' i 1 h)ids lalled. The Big Blue took ilu- lead on the opening tip-oil, lo hold it duiing ihe eniirt ' (onlest. Twice in the In si ])i i iod the visilois pulled within one point of the ' Cats, bin wire nevii abli ' to oveitakc iluiii. Ilagan, with nine points, led the KeiilU(k sioiing. wliilr Kiuse paied the .Musketeers with mmii. I III Sol I 111 ASH i (;() l I Kl ( I I Ol UN l I N I k ' fiilin hx 57, .oiii.siiiiKi Slate . ' 17. fliiieiing the .Southeastern C onlerence toni ii.niieiu as uii ilerilogs for the first time in many years. Kiimicky lost no lime in shov •ing the fans at Knoxville that it was not lo be considered lighilv by swarming over Louisiana Stale ' s high- sioring aggregation 57 to .87 in the fiisi roimil. The ' Ciais started slowly, hut gathered momeniimi as the game -ini- Dwi, ,,, giessed until, in the second half, ihev were running " full speed ahead. " Overcoming the early I.ouisian.i 7 lo . ' i lead, ilu- Big Bhii stepped up the pace to hold a 1 ' .) lo 15 advantage at the half. Coach Rupp insiiud Carlisle iiiU) the Kiimukv line-up when the last period got underway, and from th.ii puiiii on ilu snnc keepers were ke]M busy marking ii|) the Kentiukv baskets, A iili C.ii lisle-. Walkci. .iinl I Imnipson hitting from all ])oims the ' Cats oulscoicd the Tigers . ' IS poinls to Tl in lli.il li.ill to win easih. Doiiohui ' s (krciisive Work was outstanding. Ki-iiliK l: 10. Ccoiu la Trdi . ' 50. Undefeated Ceoigia lech stood in the Wildcats path in the ' second round. lUii the boys from the Blue (iiass showed th.ii records meant nothing to them in eliminating the Kngineers from fiir- ihei com|)etition, 10 to . ' 50. ' I ' hc score was lied five limes in the first half before Carlisle dropped in two of his famous twist shots, and Curtis added a crip, to give Rentuckv a six-point lead at till ' lest time, 2 1 to 18. . s plav was resumed ilu- Wildcats were slow in getting started and Tech s|)iiried to lilt their lead to . ' il to . ' iO. with only five minutes remaining. The liig Blue then laundiid their final offensive to s( oil ' nine points and win iluii a to the liiials. Ki i lucky 39, Tciux ' sscc 25. fuiiipiiig ahe.id on joe Hagan ' s long field goal in the first scionds. the Wildcats were never headed in their final drive lo the I liam|)ionship and they swept .-isidc the defending (li.iin|)ion Tennessee- N ' oliinteeis . ' iO lo 25. The Vols were held wiihoni ,i Inld goal dining; ilic first seven minules as the Ciats piled ii|) ,i siven-poini le.id. From that point on I lie iwo teams matched point loi |)oini until the gun ended ilie li.ilf with Kentucky out in liont, 1(1 to 12, .Vfter the in- 1(1 mission the X ' ols came out to win and |3ulled x i within three- points of the Kentu(kians with eight minutes of pla remaining. It was here that " Big Jim " (iofoith, who liad u-|)laied Ca|)tain nonohue, distinguished himself in his last college game by clro])|)ing through two beautiful shots from far out on the floor, both coming within one minute. Car- lisle adilc-d four points with his twist shot, Curtis sli]iped through foi; two more, and the game was over. Keniuckv ' s Wildcats v x-re the new c haiiipioiis of tin- Soiitlie-asieni Con- (:,KM.. ,-,.o„c ference. 1.59 BaiMeiaall iGAhjetLaU JrRLSHMAN BasKI IBM.!. SqUAD Freshman Basketball The Kittens, under the expert tutelage of Paul MtBra ci. Kentucky ' s all Southern guard of seven ears ago, began a most promising season with one of the most highh-toiited stjtiads of recent years. The season opened with a spectacular •ictory of 38-15 over the Georgetown frosh, in a pre- liminary tilt to the varsity game with Georgeto vn in the Alumni gym. Cluggish w-as the star of this game, with manv of his shots from the pixot jjosition. The Kittens dropped one game to the Manual High lageis in Louisville b tlie store ol 21-20. The game was a close one throughout, and onh in the last minute of ])la tlid Maiuial ptill out in front to take the game bv one point. Following the brief respite afforded them bv the Christinas liolida)s, the Kittens met and de- feated Georgetown on the latter ' s home court, in a return game, by the score ol ll-2. ' . I Ids ictory rejxiired the moiale of the men w ' hich had been impaired bv the loss to Manual. Morehead ' s Eaglets were next on the list for the Kittens, and the Kentucky fiosh intreased their string of victories by a 32-32 win at Morehead. Soon after the Morehead victory, the frosh met the star arsity of Cumberland College in a stiff Ijattle on the latter ' s home court in AVillianisbing. Helped by a last-iuiniite basket, the Kittens defeated their rivals by the close tally of 27-20. Eastern was irext for the Kentucky frosh, and in a tilt on the Eastern court in Ridinmud, the Kittens won out by the uncomfortably close score of 37-34. Cumbeiland was met iir Lexington bv the Kittens in a return game, and this time tjie Ken- liickians ivere not so lucky. Pulling ahead in the second half, the Cumberland fi e defeated the Kittens in a disappointing battle. 32-23. The last game of the season was a return engagement -ivith Morehead, in Lexington, and resulted in another victory for the Kitten quintet, by the lop-sided tallv of 50-13. Men recei ing muucrals for the season were: James Goodman, Gilbert Jennings, Harry Denliam, Px))) Mclfoid, L. H. Rouse, Sam niiutan. Maiion C:iu " ' ish. .ind P.etnard TTanis. 160 uiok iXiJcJz Ow three niceis were scheduled this yeaf for the ' il(Uat ihinlies (hie to llie hut that the running liaik was iindei retonstriuiion and no engagements coidd be had at Stoll Field. In the future Kentucks will have one f)f the best tracks in the south. Of the three meets, Kentucky was ict()ii()us in two. At Nashville the ' Cats won a thriller from Vanderbilt. lost a close one to Tennessee at Knox ille, won a ictor oxer the Mountaineers of Berea. anil fmished fouith in the .South- eastern tionference meet at Birmingham, . labama. Coach Shixel), who has tinned out sexeral outstanding track stars during his reign at Kentucky, completed his tutor- ing here this spring. In Ben " Willis, sprint star, and Da e Rogan, distance iimner. Coach Shixely has confidence that he has txvo of the best performers that he has e ei " had on his teams. Ben was Kentucky ' s most xersatile speedster. He competed in the lOO-xard dash, the 220, and the high and low hiudles. t the conference meet Willis outran his friendlv i i al. Harry Anderson, of Tennessee, to win second place in the centiny, , |.| 1 , mi he ran fointh in the 120-yard high hurdles, and came in sec- ond in the 220 loxv hindles. Howexer, his shoxving in the ()lxiH|)ii tixouis hii surpassed that in the south. Be n raced thirtl to America ' s greatest track star of all limes, [esse Oxvens. in the finals at Chicago. A junior this xear. ' illis xvill captain the 1937 team. Dave Rogan, xvho as a boy chasecf rabbits oxer the mountains around Cumberland Ga]), has already xvritten his name in Kentucky ' s hall of fame. In his first year on the arsily he broke the track record in exery meet in xvhich he pai ticijiaied, including the Southeastern Conference at Biiniingham. Daxe was the outstanding athlete at the conference final. .Aftei setting a nexv record in tiie mile, he came within a shade of smashing another record in the half mile, xvhich he also xvoii. Not being satisfied with these honors, he replaced Hilliard, x ho became ill at the meet, and r.ui a gallantry race on the mile relay team which placed fifth. Although Captain Jack Crain set no indixidual records, he ran in the niuiibei txvo position on the fastest relay team Kentucky has exer had. The Bieathilt Coimtv athlete xvon the admiiation of the team - his exalting spirit and detei niination. Oilier members of the record holding re- lay team are Bill Millei, Cecil Hillard, ami Charles Gates. The ' ildcais xvere comparatively xveak in the field exents. Elmore " Red " Simpson, jaxciin RM 1 X ,S(,)l . 1 162 iliiower, was the onlv ' Cat who won consisi- Liuh. The giidiion star set a new Kentiick) lecoicl at 182 feet. I.etninien: Clapiain Ja(k Clraiii. Captaiii- Ek-ct Ikii Willis. l)a e Ronaii. Ciharks Gales. I.aiii an Ha . Cleeil Hillaid. Siaii i iis. [o - .Moure. Onel Foideii. F.liiioTe .Simpson. W ' il- liaiii Miller, and Maiianir Will [atohs. Krnliii l{ ()1 ' ■ ' ■ t ' lindiyhill , " )() ' . Ihe W ' ihkai iliinlies f oi od to a IKiiig siari lo lake !l ol the l.j e enis lo (Ideal ilii ' .1 nderbi 1 1 Coiiiniodores. Hen Willis was the iiieel ' s oulslandinn |)ei forniei. wiili ilnei ' Inst [dates. IJu- WikUai Won ihe (enliiry c ent in •.(.•.( and also showed his heels in the lush and low hindles. Run- nini ill his (iisi arsity contest. Dave Roseau showed smooth I ' onn with his two (iists in the mile and the two-mile. Dave l)roke ihe mile record at Dudley .Stadium with his -1:27.2. (lippinu; two seconds oil the old mark. ■■Red " Simpson scored Kcniuckv ' s unh i(lor in ihe h ihlOW. Sl I l RV Mile: RoKan Ki. Moore (K). 1:27.2: HO-vaicl (lash: Miller (K). Gales (K). :; ' )3.2; lOOyard (lash: Willis (Ki. Clrawford ( ' t. ). •: I20var(rhi!;h hurdles: Willis (K). .Malhcws (V), :16; 220- vard dash: Willis (K). Crawford (V). :22.S: ' Hall ' mile: Steekniest (K). Morks (V). 2:05.9; 220- vaid low hurdles: Willis (K). Howv f ' ). :2().;i: Shol pul: Rav ( ' ). Ncvcrs (K). distance l.S feet. 2 inches: Tuo-niile: Rof;an (K». .Moore (K). 10:1S: I ' ole vaidt: Cianipbell i % Hay (K), and Warnock ( ' ). tie for second. II feet, (i in(hes: Hi;.;h juni|): Mayson (V). Lyiui (V), .5 feet. lOVi inches: Hroad jinnp: Rvau ( ' ). .Mathews ( ' ). 21 feel. 1 ' i inches: javelin: Simpson K). Combs (V). I. ' )9 feet, 3 inches; Oisciis: Rav ( ). Williams ( ' ). l. " ). " ) feet, . ' ( inches; dcrbilt (Overlev. Noel. Andeison. Cj;iwfordi. . " i:!)!.. " ). !■ I IOKI " Rl l " SlMI ' SON (1 (AciUs ;is he (;uiK ' lusi in ihc jaxciin Mile rehiv; Van- Kenlurky b], Tennessee 66. The Tennessee Vols showed superiorilx in the field e eins ;uid cniie liotii behind to dek-.ii the ' Cats after the Kentucky speedsUis h.id won si ol ilie eis ht e c-iiis on liie iiaik. C:aptain Harry . nderson. Tennessee. w;is liie bis; t;ini lor the ' ols. .Mter he had reinjured a loin ligament in the lOO-vard dash, in vhi(h he broke the ii;ick record in ).(h, he was held out ol (; MIS. Ck i . Rcii.w. Ii[ 1 fR, li,lii Tea 1)1 RiK.w. tcf Distance liuuiirr nxiok 16- n.cuJi % LanuaiX Ua the high iuin|5, the 220- aid dasli, and the broad ji ' ni|). H() ' - ever, he won the shot put and the discus throw. Ikn Willis laced to victories in the 220, both low and higli hurillcs. and (niished second in the century to score 18 points for high man in the meet. Dave Rogan proved to be the " iroir man " ol the team when he won thiee distance races. The young Wildcat won the mile in 4:4-5, the hall mile in the fast time of I:, " )!). 2, and put .on a spint to oiunni Hansaid in the t vo-mile lace in 10;l)l,4. Sim|js()n and Clarlisk ' •()n ihe onh field c fnls lor Ken- tucky. Sr i r i lllO- .inl d.ish: Amlcrson (T|. Willis (k).9.(); 2i;i) :iril (hisli: Willis (K), Campbell (T), 20.3: I lO-Miril dash: i ' iik (1), Miller (K.), . ' •,0.4: S80-vard dash: Rofjaii (K). I ' icU ill. I:.56.2: One mile: Rogan (K), Hilliaul iki. I:l;i: Two inile: Rogan (K). Hansard ( I i. 10:01.1; I ' lik ' aull: Hav (K). and Hansard (1). lie. II leel. inc lies: Slim |inl: nderson (I). Doiiglicrlx (Ii, 12 teel, II inches; High jump: C ' .ai lisle (K). B. . nderson (T), .■) leet. S inches; Disms: . iuleison (T). Douglieny (T), 12S I ' ecl. 10 inches: |:neliii: Simpson (K). Jeltries (T), 170 feel, S iiulies: liroad jump: R. .Andciscm (T), lilackbnrn (li. 21 leel. (i inthes; Mileiekn; leniiessee (lliiren. Sledge. I ' ic k, ( imp- bell) 3:2S.r). Kr)ilii(l; 94, ncini 40 Two new slate records were set as the A ' ildcats deteated the Mountaineers in iheir final meet of the season. With Charles Gates running fust and ])assing the baton to Jack Crain, who handed the same to Jim Miller, and iheiue to l):i e Ri)g:in, ho clashed a sparkling 50 secontl ([iiarter mile, the tpiartet set a new m;iik lui ilie mile ol ' 5:29., ' ). This is the lasiest relay team Keniiukx li:is e er had. " Red " .Simpson smashed the second recoid of ihe day when he tossed the jaxelin IS2 feel and () indus. bii:iking ihe former record by 14 feel. . ' ! inches. Ben Willis, the ' Cats ' spriiu star, ;ig:iiu a ;is liigli | :)iiH iikmi vilh 1. " ) points. SOUTHE.V.STERN C Kentucky ' s se cn-man track team, with Dave twentv-two points to bring themsehes into fou track and field meet held at Birminghanr. In helping to gain their position, Dave Rogan set :i new conference record in ilu mile run and captured ilu half mile, while Willis took seconds in th " 100-v:ird dash ,md low hurdles :nid liiurth in the high hurdles. Miller of Rentuck fin- ished fifth in the 440-yard dash and also ran anchor on Kentuck ' s mile relay team, which took fifth ulace in the meet. The AVildcat rela team was composed of Hil Hard, Gates, Miller, and Crane, and their jlaciiv,; fifth accounted for the Ken tiickv team defeating Ten nessee l)v one point hn louilli |)l:i(c ' honors. ONFERENCE MEET Rog:m and Ben illis rih place in the annual cading the way. piled np Southeastern Conleience Hei.nm w nti Wii.i-is. Sprinters 164 Freshman Track i JX.. To ilic- Ircsliiiian irack itaiu ;()l ilic honor ol hciiit; ilic oiii) aililclit aggrcgaiioii ai llic University tliai wciu wiili- oiii a (Ideal chalked up against it (hiring the [) ' M) season. The aisil . without a Hack, vas tni(((l to cxcKisc around tlie lootball prailid ' lirld. Iml llir unloi luiialc liisliiiuii (h(hri c en lia e a piaciici- ii.uk ilu (oidd (all iliiii own. . ( crtlieless, they worked oui wlnii iliey ould and won I heir two meets by overwhehning scoies. . tlie varsity was being nosed oin by ihc I cnnesscc ' ols. the Kittens were lunnib ' aling the Rals. lili liob Rankin leading tlie attack tile Ireslnnen had link lioublc villi Hit bab )ls and s(oied a 75 to 17 i(loi . Rankin won llu {(•nun and the 22()- ard dash, and placed second in die liL ' O sard low hurdles. Spivev won In si in llic discus, and ])laci(l second III l)o K-, keuiiickv. in llic IL ' (t . ud lunh liiiidlis. .Vdaiuson. ls.eiiuuk . won ilic hin.id juinp. and i.iii scioiid in the -MO-yard dash. riie next and lasl niccl In llu luslniun was staged agaiiisi ilu- lieiea Inst ear men. Again the kittens were ictorioiis l) i ' 11 to 1:1 (oiint, and as bclorc Rankin led his icani with 1. " ) |)i)iiits. .NmneiaK eie awaidiil to ilic lollowiiig: AiLmiimhi. Dinhiii. Milici. R.inkiii. RcKci. and 1 III nei . Sl l l K III MM kl ll(K% llSMSSIl IKISIIMW Mill 10()- anl (l.isli: kuiil iii ik.. ll(Mi (1). lO.li; aiO-vnnl dash: Kaiikiii Ki. liiiin ( I i, 1 3.2; ll(l- ar(l (lash: I ' Ic-mkcU { I i. . iiaiii«)ii (I). . " )!. ' ., " ): .SH()- ar(l cla li: Waul ( I i. RcKca ( K). 2: I2.( : Mile: Ward (I). Durbin (K). 1: I3.S: 120 Iliiii hurdles: Dcnic- (Ki. .S|)i c (K). 17.1: 22U low hiiicllcs: Hcnlni; (I). Raiikhi (K). 27.1: Discus: S|)i c (Ki. Hall ( ll, 1 I!) tccl. i) iiiclics Pole aull: -Miller (K). Hall (Kl. II leel: |a elin: Millei (K). Cunis i Ki. 1. " ) I leel. 2 inches; High jump: nouj;heny (1). Head (K), . " leel. (i inches: UioacI jiiiii|): Adaiuscni (K). Heiuv ill. 20 Iccl. 3 inches: I wci-iiiilc: iii;ln iKi. nuiliiii iK ' ! Mileicl.n: ciiili Keiiiiickv ii delaiill. l ll l;li ( )l Ml I (ii il U ' lii ltl Mail Rl SUM S(.)l AI) Ki.-) " nxicJz e4i4€li SKsi s I I WIS I ' l AM — 7 (» ) Hiic, (■ () ri ' hl - I ' 1. 1 11 . Miiii1,l;iiiiu ' I . Ia iis. Nhidic, ( ,( IiiIIihIi, tidllins. Hnllnni ni.i-K.iiuhill, W.iiitn, liolls ch hm Si.ihi, K, 111(1, ill. kenuitky ' s I9,1( ' ) tenuis icam ciijoNccl the mosi .siicccssliil season in the history ol llic sport at the Univeisit), winning eleven out oi t ehe matches. To make this attoniplishinent more im- pressixe, the Wildcats played some of the best teams in the Middle West and South. Although Cloacli Doxvning, father of tennis at the Uni ersity, was proud of his boys ' feats on the comt, he was ccpially presunipliioiis over their sltidiousness in the classroom. Every mem- ber of the team made a two standiii " or better, for an a erage t)f 2.. ' ) lor the entire squad, C o- captains }imm) Moore and Eh is Siahr had perlect standings the prc ioiis semester aircl the latter never received a mark less than A during his lour ears at Kentucky. To Coach Downing goes the credit for the ' Cats ' remarkable record. Four years ago when Moore, Stahr, George I ' lilloch, and " Chuck " Randall reported for the tennis team they weren ' t e en fair players. Ne ertheless, the mathmaiician correctly added two and tw;). to forsee a well- roinided team in ' 36. f he mentor woiked on the (|uariet xvith tireless detei niination and e en had U) beat himself to luuniliate the youngsters. As the ' 3fi season progressed, Coach Doxvning saw his dream come true, l einforced by two juniors, Dave Randall and " Mont) " Afontgom- ery, and a sophomore, Bobby Evans, the quartet gave Kentucky its best tennis team. There were no indi idual stars of the " Phi Beta Kappas. " as they were called. Jimmv Moore xvas the most consistent player on the earn and well earned the No. 1 position. To show how well balanced was the team, one coach of an opposing Ihiiversity said that (;huck Randall, number ,se en player, was better than Jim Al. However, the Coach underestimated the ability of the Wildcat ' s ace player. The ' Cats opened their schedide with a 5 to 2 ictory over ■ayne University of Detroit. The Tennessee Vols offered opposition for the second encounter and lost by the same score. Moore registered impressive three-.set victories in both matches, while Evans. Stahr, aiid Montgomerx won rather easily. The next two matches were played on the road. Kentucky won o er ' ander- bilt 6 to 3 and Tennessee 5 to 4. In both of the matches Moore and Exans lost, while Tulloih. Montgomery, and Chuck Randall came out on toja. Kentucky ' s doubles teams lost onlv one of six matches on th is trip. Berea College and the Uni ersity of Cincinnati went down b 8 to 1 in the following matches. Jimmy Moore ' s victory over Major Gardner, Berea. was the outstanding performance of the two matches. Heretofore, Gaidncr has not been defealed by a Vildlal plaver. IGf) iRhsiiMVN I 1 Ms 1 1 M — Top row, left lo r ft( — Evans, jaiksoii. r;iliti liiij;. loiiis. I ' .ii ii. (Jl l, . Bottom loic — Adlcr. ( ' oiu ' li Dowiiinj;. Millti. ()ii . |.i ' J, iln- IlliK ' .111(1 Willie iiuadid llic Ndilli, unci iiii; liidl.iu.i, riinliir. Xnlic D.niic. Ml(liii;aii SKUf. and a iH ' I iii cisil on mu( cssi c (la . AH i. IkIou- lliu oiislaiiglil ol llic W ' ildiais wiih ihc cxctpiioii ol Midii aii Sialc, who iiosid oui ilu Kcniiuky iiicu h a . " ) in I coiiiu. riiis was the only setback ol llic year. As ainsl Indiana Tiillodi vas iIic oiilv iirihIhi io lose In ilu- sin ks. Kiiiuaks won In 7 lo 2. I ' liidiie ,l the next vicliin as e ei man sioicd i(loii(s in ilu- singles lo ;i e the Wildiats a 5 lo I (Ucision. Moore ' s griielsoiiie thiee-.sel ictoi o ei Nickoiidi was ijie best coiuesl ol the day. li Liking xengeance for a dcleat by the Noire Dame baskeib.dl uaiii. an iiispiretl Kenlutky ratketeei leani defeated ilie " Fit hiin ' Irish " 7 lo ' 1. " |im Al. " siill Ironi ilie I ' lirchie match, was till ' onl ' (;at who failed lo score. I ' lobby I ' . ans plaud his best malth of ihe ear as he defeated McNiilIn 111. 111 ' . Ilu- l.iiui Won ihc liidi.in.i I niercoilet ialc loin ii.iiiK ni iwo weeks later. The W ' iliU als bil ihediisl lIuncM .ill(inoonas Mi( liigaii .Sl.ilc won J lo I. ihe mosi inijiies- sivc iii.iU h ol ihe d,i w.is I lie doubles m.ilc h between Mooie-.Slalii .iiid l lun ingei- ' illi:ird. Willi ihe lallCT leam a I mau li pc liiil I hi ' ihe kcnl lu k ( ' .o-( a])lains eie inloi iiied that if they won thai in.iKli Kentii(k would dcli.ii . li(hi " ;an Sl.ilc. I lu made a (omc-bac k to blasl their )p|)onents oil I heir leet and took lln ' die ision. bin Kciii ik k ' s o. , ' i dmiblcs icam losi ihc dec idiiiL; iii.n( li a ie v miiuiics later. keniiukx biouiilii llir niv.isinu lo a ( lose w ii h ,iii S lo I u loi o ci ,i nc I iiisersity. I)a e Randall and liobln K ans wcic undclc.ilcd diniiii; ilu li cinal(h lii|). Rciuiniiig to Kenliick ' . the " I ' hi ilci.i l ,ii)|).is " lorsokc ilieii laikcis lo make uj) the missed assinnmen.ls. Conseiitieiiily. the neinien were gixcn a scare in their return engagement with In- diana. With the score 1 lo I. the No. ,S doubles le.im a enged tiiemsebes for tiicir fatal set-back at Miciiigan .State to lake ihc lin.il sci and ihc m.ihh ai , " lo I. I.ettcrmen: Co-captains ]imm . Iooic and I-.l is Si.ihi. Hobbv K ans. George Tulloch, Cap- tain-elect Dave Randall, . licrnate Capiaiii-elcc i Xbmu Montgomery, Chuck Randall, and Man- ager Hcnrv Collins. . lthoiigh not so successful as ilu- .iisii . the Kiiuu lulmcn won six ol eight malches. ihc team was comjiosed of no indixidnal stars and all pl.ncis will ha e_an ecpial chaiiie to make the Kentnckx team next cai. Numerals were aw.irdcd lo [ackson. Herrxnian. liiigie. iiandall. Ad- ler, ' labeling. Millci. .md M,iiia ' ' cr I ' .ilK (lllll•4. llobbv Kxans was coach of the lirsi cai men. " ennii. Qolj, II W IIJ L. Hn I I Ml 1 1 K . Hill I WIM I K W ' iiuliiii; Up llitii ic ' mihii season willi li i,- i(i(iiics and li c ilclcals, llic L ' ni crsil ol kfii- iiuk t oll (cam ilicn jomiieNed to l.oiiisN ilk- lo siitcesshilh cIlIliicI ihcii state title b winning the K.entiick Inter-tollcgiaie G jll toiunanient oxer the cliflit nil Seneca Coiinti y Cltib toinse. Dining the plax oi ihe regular sthechile the Keinui Lians lotuul ilillKultv in adjusting iheni- sehes lo loreign links anil lost c ery one of theii Ine nialehes away lioni home, rennessec. Cin- tinnaii. and Loiiisxille each ielt the Wildcat ' s iui) in matches phuetl in Lexington, only to tinn the tables on the Bines when they invaded foreign territories. Daxton and ' ashington Uni- versity of St. Louis also defeated tire ' Cats wlien thev left the Blue Crass. Eastern .State Teach- ers ' College was met twice and twice defeated. Waller Hillennie er. wh.) had bei ' ii playing regiilaih al ihe numhei iwo posilion dining ihe seas;)n. led the iltkais in retaining their State title. His loial ol 2jy was second low for the entire lournanient as he paced his teammates Thaxton. Louis Hillennieyer, and Steele in bring- ing the cham|ji()nship back lo Lexington. Thaxton ran into difficidty on the last eighteen holes to finish six strokes back of Hillenmexer. L. Hillennieyer and Steele finishing one stroke apart righi behind I haxton. Their total of 1.001 was nine strokes Ijetter than L ' ni eisity of Lotiis- ille. which linished second, and 33 strokes belter ihan Cienlie College ' s third place. 1.034. ihe end ol ihe season Bobbx 1 haxlon. the ' Cals ' nuinbei one man, was chosen lo lead ihe 1937 linksmen, succeeding Louis Hillennieyer. With se eral promising men coming into aisity competition from the freshman ranks this year, Kentucky looks forward to one of its most suc- cessful teams for 1937. At the end of the season letters were awarded to the following: Captain Lotiis Hillenme er, Captain-elect Tliaxton, Valter Hillennieyer, Steele, and Elliott. 1G8 Tntraimiral Athletics SiiKi ' ils ciii aiii .iliDii ill )2f ' . liu ' Iiiikiimui.iI 1)( jiai i iiu hi [ ilic I iiivcisilN Ikis iiukIi; Kipid snides ill losiL ' iinir aililciics ani( n, llic lialciiiiiics and ilic indo|)cii(lciu groups on the caiii]Jiis. It lias iiisiillcd in ilic boss the sense of lair play. s|)()riMii:mslii|). and has |)r()in;)ted good lellow- .slii|j among ilie men siiidenis. s|)c(ial noli- ol praise slioiild l)e given Id ilie iii.iii who. ilnoiigli lli miiiring elloiis, has III. ale liie depailiiKiu one ol llie besl in the .Soaili. ihe iHiedoi, (. ' .. . I l.u kensiiiilh. Fcrsoinifl .M. K. I ' OI II K (;. . II (M NSMI III I KWh (. MM I ' liii. Si I II Ki II I II Senior Maiiitger.s )AMJ.S MiLLIiR Junior Managers jAMMQiasiMllRRV .As I OK . k| KS HiAMis Swiri.is I ' rrslnncn anil Sojilioniorc l ' i -()iil Ldiiis Clarkson Billy Kili.ea llii m mm k 11uc:km;r Hamilton Sj)()rt ' i I ' ro ' rani Tr.AM Spokis — ulk hall, li.iskciliill. 1 )i.iiiiiiii(l U.ill, li.uk. lice Ihiow, I Ilia li I ' cKiihall I iii iiii i Si ' oRis - Tennis, lioxing. I loi sisIkks, W ' ri ' slling. 1 laiidhall. I ' lnsi-Pon " . 15ailniinii)ii MLLl QUISEMUKK MIIIIK II will IDS llACKI SSMI III GAIM.S lU ' J !}nt afnunxil Jjfloic ljiinL;iiiL; the cuilaiii ddwii (lu .uhlclics al Kcimukx loi ilir scas.)n. these few comments should be made (oiicuiiiing ihc aiious iiidi iduaK and sports: Gene Myers — Coach Frank Thomas ol Alabama saitl o[ Gene, " Myers is ihc greatest defensive center f have ever seen. " Nice going Gene. Jimmy Goforth — After playing as a reser e lor three years, |innn look Donohiie ' s place in the final game of the loumaniem at Knox ille and sa id the game for Kentucky by scoring six straight poinis. Dave Rogan —The Middlesboro track star was the outstanding man at the Soutlicaslcrn Conference tiack meet last ear and vas onh a sophomore. f-Iow.VRU Bl. ck — His aljle blocking and tackling should make him a center as great as Myers. Captain Warfiei.d Do.NOHtiE — War ' s team voik and leadership earned lot him tlie captaincy of the AU-.Sotitheastern l)asketl)all tournament te.im. Rii) Hagan — Captain-elect ol the Ht;!? lootball team .ind one (.)! the liaidesi woiking men on the whole sqiiatl. Ric:e Walker — Captain-elect of the l " .);i7-; ' )8 basketljall team and one ol Coach Rtipp ' s best. Kentucky Boys at Fort Knox — Our l)oys far suipassed those ol I ' tinhie, Ohio .State, and Akron iir the athletics at camp last simnner. liobby Evans won his weight in boxing, wrestling, tennis doubles, tennis singles, and knocked in the winning i im in baseball. All in one day. .Swimming Team — No pool, no coach, no money, but these athletes without a home won the Kentucky Inter-collegiate swimming championship last year. To Captain Sherman Hinkebein and his teammates. Bob Freeberg. Langdon Hay, C. D. Morat. Dossett Rcid. and ' Fomnn Rent , we olfci congiatnlations to vin under such handicaps. Boxing Te. m — l " he boxing team came ei y close to lieing the national champs. West Virginia. The Mountaineers won 6-2. but two ol the botits weie very close and the referee was called on to bieak the tie. Coach Hanson did a nice jol) vith his team. 170 SoAjCf i iie To I HE Greeks ol the Uni L ' rsii ol Rt ' imuks, the siiulcnis mve a great deal. The aii()us soioiitics anil Irateinities hold lioiii ten to fifteen dances a year with some of the leading dance oichestras playing. The student body depends largely upon these dances lor their social life and so are grateful to our Greek letter organiza- tions. Besides holding dances, the various queens, Prom Queen, May Queen, are usually sorority gills. The girls who are sponsors in the Military Department are all Greeks. This is usually true of the l)eautv queens. When the Uni ersity looks for attractive, decorative coeds, it turns to sororities and there finds a ■wealtli of beaut . The 1937 Kentic:kian salutes the fraternities and sororities as fascinating organizations and a fundamental part of collegiate society. Beta Chapter 2m if ' .: j V f% ' C% M.HACll W Al 1 AC 1 SFATON run I ll ' S DWIS HACK KKM)A[,L BOI.KS SWIWKV 1 ARAliOl (.11 lllRf.r. IIOIIVN MI ' RIMIV KlIION M.F. UACII SMIIM KIWKIR Officers l:ii I ' .diih W.uh Prrsidrnl R( :i M;i iiK- ScMo n Vire-Prcsidcnl M:ir Aiisiiii Wallace Scarltny Xiis inia [. Syhcslcr Trcnsurcr Seniors K Kiimi lUcii HiiiN Caroi.tm: Kindail RivaSkxion (;rv i I ' ll kin I5ir(.i Ai.bkrta MiRi ' in Marv Aisirx WMi ri. Juniors M K I ' RANCEs Bach Tm lma Coi.i.ii r MvrIorii Dwis SojjJiorJiorrs Anna Ci ifi oro Hoi i s Wii i ii. Su i m v ir(.i i |. Smaisier Flediirs .r : lUr.K MvRvKii io A :na Laura Sfwf.ix I " R :isF R nvr(Mi Ann Pun i its Francfs Skinnfr Niii HoiivN SarmiRinxkir I ' mii V Smiiii AUdui eUa Ueic 175 iflBil l J J! WJ %il! ' U.J ' ' W A11 M.S I K1I nilil.ls l K lil likOADlilN I HAKlliMI ICIOIMU K. JONF.S IKIMIWI SMIII[ MIKIM1 I ' X TON MARCUM ECKLER H.WIKS ACREE r. RILr SriLZ ni SCHLER U(lISI SO m ' aLISTFR AR, IS]R ) (. CARMV TAYLOR BARRETT E. Ml ' Rl ' 111 RinnELI. Fl. SIiriM ' POTrER FERGl ' SON M.RII.EV WILSON WHITE M.SIIIIT KASH 111 PRINCE I1ER1RAM U ] - rl IM1 RF SIIJXRIR STII.I l K lUSIIOP CIIXMBERS DORRIS lUKt.lX WOLFE IMRKFY MET . Mucin I.I. IIVKKM.SS I ' AVNF F. JONES ASU I Ul S MMMIIIIR II KKER Officers Helen Fanner Pvisidcul Doioilu ' Broadbcnt J ' icc-Pycsidcnl Alice Adams Secrcliny Camille Hedges Tmisuici 176 Epsilon Chapter Hi ( II l ' I 1 K Mcnilicif. ill lull ally l II I VliWIs l)( K(llll IlKOVDItI S I M VK(. KI I (.OOI ' I K Sr III I lis l K 111 Mil 111 I ' .l Kl 1 1 Hll.lN I ' .XRXUR ' n.M H Kni SI V ( will 1 I 111 IK.l S l l ll l M l I l Mll.DRI I) M XK1I N X I RlMKl I l nK( iin Akmsikom. M KX II MIX (. 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V FU ' AN (.lilSIK AUMIl 1 II ' SI IIMll MIKl ' in ,R1 IM LEWIS IM II Ol I ICKRS I la rl r.KHvn I ' lfsidiiil Aliic Wood 15;iilcy I ' lre-Pirsidriil Sue D. Sparks SrnrUny Ellen Elaine Allison Trrasincr 178 Xi (Chapter ■■)li( II l ' I I Ks Sciild) s M Rii lii I Hi; H i I Brown Kl I II ( I OI ' KIN Kl.F.woR Voum; 1) Avrs ' |R(.1M Fl RM SO I ' M I l l 11 K 10 1 III I II M I m 1 1 1 1 1 K 1 111 ( I 1 1 1 k I I 1 I I M u I X Rll IIMIIMl (.I.W li w Si oi 1 (.i.dsn R I II 111(11 . l UiclKII l M S Kl III K l l Mil Rl.l R .l l s l KII R(IM I S()j lllllll(llt ' Kl.l.KN I 1 l l Al I.ISON l II I (Xili 11 Ml I Si I 1). Sl ' KKs l Ri. Ri I Si I w u I Flrdu !■ I I wiiK Arm rr M K[oRii Dm I I 1 1 I N Kii I 1 N l.lll 1 II M V ( ill 1 M R Fl.ORF.NCF. GRI.I-M Kkmpkr Hicks l.ovAiNi: Carol l.i u is (A HlT.III S l.ll ' SCOMI! |l 1( I ' l R() ) 1. (.1 R1 Ml RI ' IIV Marjorii Samori) Si r. W (. i R Ann A I I 17 ' ) Airii i Dm I A. iKilioiKil Mi(i;il soioriix. v;is Iniiiiilcd ,11 1 .mill). II (I College in IS ' .)!!. i (liap- Ici iis insialUd ciii I In Ken I in k ( .nil | ills in M)OS. 1 111 ' soloiiU (iiii)ls ale Dnnlilc Ilinc .ilul (.nld; llir llnwci is ihr I ' iiiK Rose: and llic nalion.il |nil)li( ai ion is ilic " Alplia i Delia |oniiial. " Alfiha i eua ; : 0: i ( f JlSMy . KUL iltttfi - ■t ' - MAODOX TIRNKR (UKKRWE MW J. Al.I.KN MCHOI.S IIOSWORIII SHIXRIR . t. VMIFRSON MASIFRSON ORK R SHKR WHS AMBKR(. LAMi KOITIl S Tl RR WIMIRMAN HlLl.l N Tl TTIi: SAl NDIRS UEWLAV EKDIt D.JACKSON M.CRLISE Ql ' ICLFY CROl SI RK.rNSTFIN li. I l.FN DAMF.LS I ' . HOVI.F KFI.LEV HAI.F CROCKFTI SI ARK }. Bl ANTON SAUNDFRS M.UAV WHIM F. CRl ISF I,. I1KINS FONMIIl I. VNlllKSON M.l.lKnFl ■tOGFRS IWII ' llllI UllllMdNTl S. | .KS()N ()l (. 111 II IK M ksll II N.| (KM)S ()l I ICIRS |c-an Allfii ' I ' ic.siilrnI Jaiif I ' lu nci ] ' i(( ' -Pyesi(lc)il Mamif Maddox Secirlmx )uiK- Aslici- TrciiMiic) ISO (OI.Kl Rl FOU F IIISUORTFI I ' ll.F K. nKINS j. I XCKSON Lambda Alpha (Chapter S ' K II P I I RS )l N All ts M R(. XKET AmiFRSON )INF AsHFK lU ITIF KONWOKIM Al.lCK Gl FRK S 1 Sinioi.s Ai.u.F Hill I N M ARVKn koui Kl l will M M)ll() 1 RV M sll RSON DdRDiin Nifiioi s Hi I n Bri ( I i NN I ' M () RkaK Lois I ' krrv Nfll Shkari r i nk 1 irnfr [l W I Is M VRl II I IIRM S l 1( I 1B1 R(. lUnv lUw I M RC. RF I HkI ( 1 (RI |s| Im 1 HI Ml n MI I. JlDlilllS M XR(. RF I FdK.FR l,K (IR KoNMl If M M I I 1 Mil I II kl PI ' llls Kl I M I ( KM IN M K|I1RII I Wll M R ' i Ellen Sauxdkr ' - Marv I.or Stvrk Al ' STIM 1 I I II I I. II. A " lllsUDRIll 1 Mil ()l K.l 1 K Mil RIM (roi ' sf; C;i XR Bfi.i.f H m.ev SoIiIkiiiiiiics l Fl RKIM)S I RrHA LOWF Aw Rk:f stf.in f ' Irdv l.i cv ANnFRsoN LiDA Lef: Atkins Rr)BERTA Atkins Al 1(1 I!l ANTON C 11 RI 1 1 Hi I 1 I K MaRIII (; Wll ' HI II, Elizaiif 111 (ritsi; jwi Dm Mill I |) I ' 1 1 I M I ) XlAR ' i JaNK F.DDIl I 1)FI INI (ioLIlFN M u V I 1 iu 1 II [ Ion II 1 ' M ll t Hll I I |l I l KS( Nancy Ann [ackson Sl ' SAN J VCKSON M Rrm Kfli x I M M RM1 l 1 M RV I ' lIF Ri Til Richmond I-.li abfth Ror.ERs N ' on Iff Sm ndfrs 1 H Willll Ilnwol in t) t. (jii ()mi(. . naiional M)cial soioiiix. was foiiiulcd al tlu- l ' ni cisil ol Arkansas in 1895. I Ir. I.iiiilxla Alpha cliapici was installed on ihe iNiiiiuikv laiiipus in l ' .)ll. The tiowci is ilie W ' iiite Ciarnation: [he colors are Cardinal and Snaw; ami llie national publication is the " Kk ' tisis ol (;hi Oniena. " IS! C ti OnueKfXi %elta elia jbeua £f ri l C-? ' f ( ( ' ' F% - 1 J v jL 4£ 1 Jik li I i; (ll l. Klli ll 111 KM I M. Mlllkl IIIWI (Cl (.lll l l;i KK HARDUICK DAWSON CLARK i I. FLOUEKS IRVIMl I h N L. (AVUOOU NACtX BLACK liVKHALS IIRANCH JACKSON . CAVWOOD M. TODO R VLSTON liOLAND WOODS HOLSTF.IN RHLA MASON EIOCS WORCESTER LEE ACKERMAN DAVIDSON N.TODD l(RMClir OVERSTREET IIILLF,NMEYER STEWART DILLY GUYN EVERSOLE GARY L SSIN(. IM NCE MERCER CRL ' TCHER WEAKLEY E. FLOWERS tOVIN ;T )N II. DE «IEDEN[AN MCARIIIV sl ' | KS TENNINCTON MOORE L 1L CARTER SCOTT BR SON NDERSON ELLIOII I I 111 s Officers |c,iniic Shoii Ficiideiit (;:ii()l ii Hurst Vice-Presidcnl Winnie Tate Secretary Anne Lang Treasurer 182 Delta Rho Chapter S CUAl ' ll.R W M) 111 KK 1,1 NARl L CWVOOII Aw lUss C:i. RK 111 1 I ( cixr.I 1 ll) .SV7( o).S ' Mil iiki i 1)1 M m W i M K 1 1 (lu 1 us ( . KOI N III Ksl Hi 1.1 N lK IM | )M I ' Iiim; 1, 11 l I III KIM M Ml N |l N N C.I I |i;a m Siiiiu I M K(. UI I Ol NC. ill Mil III hi M K M in ( . I) s() Anm 1. n . Jittiiars IsMll 1 R MMOS M ui. i i I Ki UNION IWII I M I M R I Ollll l■u (;l s W Ooiis I v. C Mill ui i I ' xii n iKi.iM { : K)i) So jiliDiiloirs I M II KIIU l( k Iti in I III 1 1(11 M I i M K1II I (.kM) |l lA M( I . ' ■rsw Smi III K I III KIM Al kl KM S M Mil II l I will K SlSW A.NDIKSON Bl I IV I! K11 MS S k Ull.lA Kl.l Alil I II IlK N( II lilHLI.DV IlKl SOS ( ' .IIRISIIM { KI I k I!l ISN ( H l (.lll ' l OKI Kill K Cm vri.km: Davidson III I n 1)1 NNV Kl III 1)11 M I ' I I 1 N I I I I o 1 I I 1 I N I ' l.OW I KS M K1 III Mil III (i K ( .W DllUIil in llll I I MM 1 K I.OI ISI I . Ml ) I l I SSIM, I KN I I Hi s I N 1( ( Ki in Si s l( ( Kl 11.11 i l K(. Mil 1 ll U( IK ]( looKI 1 I I I ( ) I KSIKI I I 1 I I Tl WIM.ION A 1 I 1 IU I II I ' l N( I I 1 1 I I R 1 1 1 1 K1 SC.OI I I ' .VFI.VN .SlMlARS RiTii Sri Nv Ri i I onii ' (.tA Vl KI.IV OMI W ' ll DIM W l M N CIKI.I Sll K Dm I 1)1 I 1 l)i I I . n.ilioiKil smial soioiilv. v:is loiiiidcd al Boslmi riiivcisiiv on 1 liaiiks- ivins; I ' .M-. I8H8. Delia Rho diapier ivas iii- siallcd on the l ' ni cisii ol Keimiikv campus in I ' ll ' , " .. I he llo i is ihc I ' ans ; ihr loiors aie SiUei. («olcl. and Fdiic: ihc nalionai ])ui)ii( alioii is " The Tiidciit. " eiia jbeUa eUa jbeJia eta 184 Alpha Theta ( hapler r)S( M l ' 1 1 Rs Mi ' inlii) ill h(i(}ill Mm iiKi i I.I " 1 I ' nmi DoDiu Rv Srniois 1 K f M i ni K( III I l III Kl DKII K Illk I ' dr.i i DiMI |IK I M K 1,. C;i KlIS Jiniiois I VKI XN Ml III I R l)i)K(ii in S s 1 1 M Kii Sn n Siijihdutdi cs I ' ll Mil I II Dll IKII II C II ui 111 11 I ' l kl n i N ANCV XOKI I i I AROARKT M SMI RuTllSCHROKDIR Sisw I ' Rirr I ' lrdgrs M WIM M KlIIU kl W II M)N Rrni H wii RSI I V i rmiii |l 1 1 nun M xki Ik M 1 Hoi I IMNI Kl 1 Mti III Dfix I I I)| II (.l) M k l)iii i I . iKitioiKil s()(i;il Nororiiy, was loiiiulcd ;ii Mi.iini I ' ni (_i sitx in 1902. The . l| li;i I lii-iM (li:i|)ici w.is iiiNiallL(l on ihc Ren- iii(k (aiii))iis ill J ' .iL ' . ' i. The .sorority colors are Old Rose and u n (irccn: liic jewel is the Dia- mond: and the naliunal |jiil)lication is " The I.ani|). ' 185 elta eia Kofifia 2ieua PIIAK JOHNSTON ADAMS Kl NDALL PI- TTUS UINKLFR Pill 1 rs I nr.ERTON llAI IFRTON I l.oiik DIXON M ARKLl V •soiled (( I KM kl 1 1 JOXIS KIPl ' IM. i s ni I BRAI.V CASSF.I.I. IIKII Mini s MOIil 1 A . Ill . IIIN (.(ik l N W 1 IS XV kl MX I kS A (HII () I I WllALKN Kkirf;i;i. I II MUT. SLEDD KKKTON :: ki)iioiisi 1 ki 1 Mil. i 1 !(.(l k I N M I III I INS M I kl NI) HkllW N SP kkS k NI)OI I ' ll Mill III I I l. Ill N IDN VAN ' tl. SANIIFRS K Nsni I.I, JOHNSON WIHTF CHIPM N FORSTER S( k N KIN inkSTklCK I l kM N Officers lk-u Eaile President Eleanor Raiulolpli J ' lee-Pre.sideiil ] ) M. Eil t ' Fton Secyeliii Lena Peak Treasurer 18C Epsilon Ome a (Chapter A 7(11 II l ' I I RS n (. i i M i Mcuilx )s ill i ' lu ull Will II I li cm s S ii 1 II r i 1 1 I i i I 1, i k |oii s( Ik ( I s kii ' i ' ix . Scnioi.s I I 1 ni III s Kkii (.1 1 M m ln si 1 ' . " ill (i M |(iM I Mom I I. IN Km. IN I ' lAK l)(ii!(ii in II i.i N llil 1 (. Mlill I. Sl ' KKS I MO I I iri.lN WlI.I.MOl I ( . K(»l l I All Mv ll I I l)l N ION | l li i;i III I II l-.iu.i UION ll l ' .l I M KN IKC.IM li l I I KIOS M K I M 14k i 1 III I I Km (.iiir T w N I i II CoKiiis Juniors ( VKOI I 1 OIIK l mil 1 1 I IKS 1 I K I I M II W II l(l |l)M 1 Sdjiliiiiiini rs l 1 11 n 111 i(i l U1I |iisl I ' lllM I ' .ll 111 lll III I IMlll ( K Mil l KI II C.OKMAN Rl III 1,1 (IISI JOHNS ION M K lU Kll kl MIM 1. M KC. KI I 1 KM 1 I 1 1 WOK R WIKU I ' ll III I I Kkiiw n Will II S i; 1 1 Kiwi I-.l 1 Mil I II lll.oN 111 isi M w ] M Ml Kill 1,1. I ' kwci s Si.i 1)1) I Kl. K1 1 liKIlMllU S I ' ll Mil III ISkoun M R) Ik (.i s (Assi.i.i. I)oI OKI S C.OI.I.INS M K l.oiisi Dixon M KI I (. VKDIIOIJSK C. Koi. Kir ION M KS I OIISI M( I ' VRI N11 III 1.1 N . h IKS I ' lrd ' rs DiiKoi in Oi ' in Kl |l W n () I KSIKI I I IKI.IM I ' l 1 I I s Iti I I II I ' m i.rs S KMI H NM) l.l. I ' m i.M Tmrm n I- K S Mil I I MI s (.11 KI OI I I Swill RS M K Si K N ION DdKIll m I (IKSIRICK liii I II wr I r ll I II W M M K Ann W Ki I.OUISI. W.M IS F.I.N.V WiNKI I R DOKOTIIV WOOIXOTT I ' rancis VouNr. InM ' I ' v 1)ii I . iKiiional .social scjioriiy. was liHiiulcd A ilic irifiiiia .Stale Teachers ' C ollege in 1S!I7. Ihc i-.|)siliin ()iiie,t;a dKiptci ;is in- slaikd (III ilii- kcniiukv campus in l ' .)IO. Ilit- MiiiiiiU (iiliiis .lie Ilcilh C.iccii ami W ' liilc; iIk- H()-( ci is ihf While Rose; ami the naiionai piili- li(ali(in is " Ilu ' .Xnsrelos. " 187 Kap pxi eua KoiT pxi Kaf} p.a Qam nxi p . % % ' % wsmm mm m m 1 1 ' PHELPS (.11.111 Kr l ( AMMISII ' ' I 1 SPTTr.r s. I 1 II k[l(irsl p. lU CKLEV 1 LOk MIIM.IK PARKS ' l l ' P (1 S M. II KINS IIRIGCS BISHOP IWDBITT PRl.lMW r. WEBB I ■ I Bll AESOP N.IMHOIN I M Ml 1 DIMOCK BKV I COOPFR GAV JCIRKPAIRICK MONTGOMKRV IIROU N I). CM HOI BRENT IIIIOII ALEl N NM1MK IM.MER FICKI.IN VNIIRIWS RIIMEKS HOW K l H N m ' cEAIN tVNNON NAIVE PEAK KKllMillsoN IIWIIEKJN Ml RRI I I IIOIIC.I RHOnES R. O W OllICERS Bc-iiic C;ilbert Picsicloil Doiolhy McCaninush Sccicluiy Anne Phelps Tveasuyer 188 Beta Chi Chapter 7l; II r I ins Miinlii) s in hiK iilly Rkuicca Am KM I I)] s k mi 111 wnisc Sriiiois Ami II lii (KM M KV l-.l.l WOK Ci.w Si m.kv Ki.i Minii C i.w l I I ( K Mk I k ( IIIIKI l ll KII()lMK 111 I I II (.11 III Kl DllKOI 111 Ml ( l IIMI K M III KIM I ' UK Awi I ' m I 1 ' Kmii Mini 1 I ( II I I I IIIIK 1(1 Ass IllMIOI- ( I k Hi sii II l IllMl l SIKII ( l IIOI S ' ii i.i i ivor I )oK( l in MiMI I I |l SSI I ' l lil I I ( II KI (II I I IiKI(.(..s I iinidis ) si Iki 1 M s l VKIH II V KIS-. I ' I 1 Mil III 1 1 W I I I SS| I [a OSS Sujil, loinni cs 1)(1K(II in ( I I Ml S In l M( 1) IS(.I kl II I I ' (.1 Ml s l)l l()( K M II IIKI l Will I II l l tl Iikl I I lUi K(iM l k I I i)K |()M I ' lMSt W Kkl S I I SIN S k Ml (. M INKll I l.dlN Wddliu kl) kis(. I. II I.I S (. MSI N W I 111 ' . B Kli xk W II I f : k(ii s Ai I I s M k|(ikii Asiiki us l-.i.i V C:iii v liRiNr I.i i(.ii Dot (.1 s Browv 1 II likl II Uk s Ddkdiin Ass Cm.iioi N I. M kit (; N. ON ( II Ml S I ISI Cool ' l k l l( I DoiK.i I ' Irdocs I 1 1 i KMi i I r 1 1 1(11 1 til I I l( Kl I S M k 1ra c:i, ' Gav Ri III Coi I i w Ciw r 1 ku 1 I I M II los I K I I 1 M ' .l III 1 low K M k I(lkl(lS klkkl ' MKKK |i s Kl ( kl k I VII s S R Ml Km Mil I II Ml I 1 s Ddkdi in l I kki II. (.1 SI II 1 ldS K.OMl k l Nk-, I ()l IM N AIVI Kl III li Dami 1. I ' l AK I K VSI IN Kl IMI ks k 1 11 kisi Kli II Klis(is M ki .iiki Kdiii N I ' M 1 II 1 II I h s l I II k l k 1 I 1 M ' .l III iM Ml k ls l ' l ' k l ' iv (.. . I. I , sciollil iildcsl ii.iliolial soiial s()ioiii , was imiiuk ' d al MoiniiDtiili Col- lege ill 1S7I), anil llir iicta Cllii (ha])lci was in- siallril nil llif Kiiuiii k raiii|)iis in I!)iO. I lu ' lliiwci is llic Mcui ill- Lis; llic lulois, llir Blue ol ' ilic Sky and ihe Blue oi the Sea; ilic- |nil)lii;iti( ii is ilie " Ke " ; and ilu- jcwt-l is the Sapphiii . KoAj pxi KofLfia Qa4fUPta eta au Alfdva Alpha Chi Chapter Oil 111 KS Mary (iallnglier Prcsidcifl Ksilicr Rniikin I ' lrc Prcsiclnil Hope Sitfli .iii Scrrt ' hnx I.ouisc Slicpllfl (I Trt ' iisimr Koi.l. — Stiiin) : Maijciiic C.allas lii. ' i . M:nian [ohiison. ir inia Rilev, Hope Siilli an: Siililiniiiiiirw: Ksiliev Rankin. I (Hiisf slicplicid; l l -tl i : Sue Hitk- iiian. I ' aiiih Jtjiiiison, l-.siliei [ »iu- " oincix. Hallie Ritliie. 71 Cll W I I RS Zela 1 all Alplia. iialioiial social soriiiilv, was loiiiHled al llie X ' imiiiia Male Noiiiial Collej e ui I.S97- I he lpha (In tliapler was inslailetl oil the KeimiikN tampiis in MIL ' I. I lie sorinii Lolois are liiKjiioise liliie and Sieel (.ra : llic llo ei is ilie While iolet; and Ihe luilional pnblitalion is the " lliemis, " (. l.l. (.H1 k sill I ' lll Kll kU.llll. siiin w Mil KM mill K NM JOIIXSIIN l() l(a ll l(X I ' JO nxiienHitije . AtfiUcL Qajn4iixi (lUo- % -» .if ' i w ■19 «• m ' T 1 U • v.. - P -C Of Os rr:4 fw r: otr ' ! KURTZ ARRIN WHITi: KFLI.I V WKBB Rorsr l (.OLDRK K 11 RRETT I ' RK 1 II VRNEn I OUI.FR M.I.IN M l I ( I M Ml RTRV IlK LONG MII.irR (I.ARK Ml M)K IlKINKI I 1 IIOOM R (.AINKS ni.AKIMAN BATSEI, CATTON M ( RI)Sk H. HISKI 1 ■! OITSFMll RR STOKES WILLIAMS MOODVARI) CONNOR AKERS KMCHT (.IBSON BOOTON RUDl) Bl 1.1 ( RVWFOKIl E L CEARKSON COLBERT BINFORU I ' ETTL ' S M CON NELL BOTTORFF S.MOOT SMITH GAY On ICIRS " liii n. Ik ' ll jr Presidrnl George Kiin Vke-PresideiU Roheii Connm Secretary David I ' m us Treasurer lyii Omicron Chapter ;iL ' ( II l ' I I Ks W. S. Amu RsoN |. O. UVKKMAN FoRiivfr, Ki.v Members in Iuk iiily F.. J. Kiwi V I. Hoi ii s M xriin 1 1. 11. Morrison M. n. I ' RICK i;. |. Wii i-oRn AslOR Aki-rs John H. Bki.l Sam Crawi-orii Seiiinrs ClORCI Kl Rl Gavin ' MrMi rirv TRI I) Mcf.OI IlKK K David I ' l i us CiiARr.Ks Wai.i.aci: ClIMtl I s R RRnT 1 Roi i IJiNKi rv W i iii 1 1 UiNKi rv Roiu RT Connor SiDNix III Long Juniors I I OS Il ( " roskv I WII s R. I ' kic I S( j)lioninres Morris G mnis m r in h. rni i) C MIMtI I I. Mil II R V. F,. Sll NKI.IN James AViiiii. F.ICINr. WXRRIN VlI.I.I M NffCONNI u. I WII s Oi ' isi-NiirRRv JOF. Al.t.EN RoittRi ' Harkman F.ARI.K RaTSFI. Frank Uinford V. C. Hi KFMAN Al I N liRVMF Rom Rl HooroN |oiiN Hoi roRFF Fi.F.rciii R Cl ARK I.Ol ' IS Cl.XRKSON N ' ORVI I Gol III Rl Pledges ROBFRI CoNOVFR GfnkFinn Ufri. Fowi.i r Cll RI.FS C; MION |OIlN G v Gi oRc.r GiiisoN f). 1). IIVWKINS Gil Ki IF Hocr. IlllCII f MI s H Rvi Km I Orvm I r Mr i)F loF RorsF R.W. Riim j.W. Smiiii ' II.I.I M SmOOT Thomas SiMCKARn I AMFs Stokes [amis SlIIIFRI.ANn Marian ' faf IlowARii Vi Bn M MIRICF Wll.l.lAMS [wns Wii. SON I. R. WooDVARn Al PHA CiAMMA Rek). ii:ili )n;il ;is;t ii ulluic lia- IcniliN. :is founded in 1!)()8 in Indianapolis l)y ilic union ol tlic Alpha (iamnia Rho riauinity ol Ohio Scale I ' nivcrsiiy and the Delia Rho Si ;nia ol ihe I ' iiiveisily ol Illinois. Omicron was installed on ihe Keniiuky campus in May. I!I2(). 1 he Iraiemiiv puhlitaiion is the " .Sickle and Sheaf " ; llic Mown. I ' iiik Rose: ihe colois. (.leen and (.old. Alpiva Qcum fta flUa Alfduu Bixj ntxi PUi 1— «l?f ip l! ! aJf Hk i jk ' ' " ' " . f ' »J = ' ,--• » - «- .«» Oil K ]J I ( II ( () l KS (.iiisoN s i nrRS aiki i NWTZ ST. JOHN MFRTON DOUMNC Moon llETHFL IIUND I. AWSON it RKO ciii.TON voc;i;l guv ii Hm r M i ir iik M r.oFFiN ii rn rv FOKll SKTTFRFiri I) III NTFR FIFIELD VENTFRS FI.I.ISTON 1K)I BROOK COKlllN RFFS Officfrs f.mus 1 ' . All lit Prrsidciil R. Douglas Ford ' h e-Prcsidrtil Charles Elliston Siu iclaiy James Gibson Tmisinrr 194 Si nia Chapter ;!l ( II l ' I I KS l)u. Ill Ri l5rM io t I. Ml f ' ROI 1 Mriiihfis ill •III iilly l.P SIIK OH AWON I ( kolll SO I) ih I. ' SorNc I M1 s I ' . l Rl 1 ()01)KI) V llol IIKOIIK SlllilllS Rom Ki I. us(is I IIIIM s N 1 (.llARI.l-SS.M ' NDKRS I ' .RMM SllOM Kl M III l ( U M n )l CI.VS I ' OKIl Jiniiots I MI f.lllsON Wll I.I WI III Ml II. (lOllI Rl III S I I K K v i() ii si . [iiiis ( ' .(II I M W S 1 II Kill ID TllOM s Cl 1 ION Siljillillllnirs CllIARI.I S Kl I ISION W ' ll.l.lAM Ml RIO W v i Mil I IK . km i 11 llvKiii r I KRI 1 I HaRRIIN H. I,. Bi rmi. OsriAR CORBIN RdltlRI Cjirm I.I. I ' Mi. Connors Plidi rs WlI.I.IAM n RN MIV .SlII.RRIM. n ll(;lll RT Raymond Gi ' V AiTRi I) Hood I I V. M I I I I II H. M u.oi I IN IlIOMXSRlIS Joi- Dan .Si 1 1) (ii.KN .S. m II Walter .Smith F.DWARI) ' FNTrRS . i.KRKi) ' or.ri. Rom Rl W ' l IM1NI K irn Sii. i I ' m, iKilicmal sikIjI iKiUTiiitv, was lomidfcl ai ale Univeisiiv in 181 " ). ' Ihe ,Si ;iiia (liaplci was s iaiucd a diaiKi on ihr ram- pus r KciUiukv in Jamiarv. I ' .I17. I lu- liaicr- iiii (oldis arc Claiilin.i! .mil Sidiic; ilic llowcr is I he ( ' .aidinal Rose. AlpuUa Si(f4fva PUi AlpJixi au Omecf a a| | ' f r . © p p. o ? r " - " Kl SII KAl ' l ' WICKS r. wen I rr I Mini (11 nscHMtniNc r. I.FDRITO.I M HA 111 CKl.l T. I niRiix.r: W II I I MS ()K I 1,1. Fi ' r.A i U t TON ri RK M IIMIIll I ' fiM BROUN RANKIN loOMS IKIW KI» Mill I IS R. JOHNSON DEATS f VRDIN ll I KS I (II I INCS . Wl.l I I I I I M KINNt i SI. MO r.ONCII TON J. JOHNSON IIOOHIR I kl N I (.1 ' I MI,I. 1(II I SHA V WELCH MCKFRSON Rl 111! riS( IIFR FOWI.FR Mdl.l.l NS I NI1KI I ( Mil(I Kl Ollliris Rimtl liiown Pii ' .skIi-iiI fames N(ji ell ] ' ice-Pyt ' sidciil Joe Johnson Secretary John GoliKi linudini; Treasurer 196 Mil iota (Chapter Vi ( II l ' I I Ks II KI I ' l k ]. |. HoKI V( III K 1.. I-,. NOI.I.AL , lfiiiliii. III l-iii iilly I III ..IMS II M M I u u I I 1 1 1 1 ic I ' liii II ' li ( .1 I IS. L. I ' RIllULIv W ' aison Armsirom; Nlri. PUMMIR l.iK.VR Dims I ' RHl lic i |uii Goi.nscHMiniM. C ' .ll RI.I s C.IY SriiiiJis K l I ' ll ((HINMIN liRooKs Kirk )i)M MrKi M I VMLs Norm 1 1. Wii.i.Fi 1 Rtsii I ' aulSi.aton Cl RIIS Wll.IMOl 1 Km. I K likliw R l I ' ll ( (IM.I.I III II II l I) XMI IS liniidis IHI 1 lls( III R l.l.OVIl M Ml r Ml I.I IIRMH.I K. L. K 1T |i SSI. WiLMori .Swi Wai.ion I I I IMI ( . VKRIS(l SlIlM III ( KI I 1 ' I) Wll I ( Mdll SiijilKiinmi M I KI I low I I u ( I I M 1 low UI» JOI |oll S(). (vKRoi.L Rankin Roy I ooms . u i M Am. I II (.(.1 I ' lIIl IP A (.i 1,1 r ;i (■lORM liooiiiR JOI; C.ANDIOKl I.owi 1,1. t)ni.i.iN(.s |ni l I ( 11 VKI I s I, M1UI l 1 MM I I IIKIIil.l I ' h ' dors Ki,MoMi .Maki in C.XRDI N MlIRS Cm ri.i s Moi I r I.I.MI R Ml 1.1 INS RdlllRI NlCKIRSdN ROKI Rl ' 1 1 RK ( ' .AIll I I I ' OSI 1 1 Ri i I ' Rl nil I Ml S .Sl.llMllll (;i.iFr .SiiAu 1 () I IRI N I Rl( II M ll l l,( II Wll I I l ' l( KS R ) Wll II wis I ' R NK Si 1 1 I ' l Ml in Ukow N ii ' ii I M ()mi (. . n.ii iiiii.il SOI i.il Ir.iU ' i iiiiv. w.is rinindiil ill 18()j at Ri( hiiiond. . .. widl its 111 si (li.ipur l)cing cstahlislifil ai ilu- N ' ir iiiia .MililaiA Institute. The Mii Iota (ha|)tcr was iii- siallcil on the Kcnttickx (ainpiis in W9, bcilisi, I he oiitgiowtli ol .1 local (ha])ier known as Mil loia. or the " Midnij ' ht Imps. " as ihcy weie sonic- limcs callcil. The llower is the While Tea Rose; I he colors, . tire and CJold: and the publication. I he " Palm. " llpJta au Ontecf a eUa QlU ■ - _ Hjll , flU jllfl! aBHjflB tfi S ■ - f .V ' ' ' PvB ' ' PL ' SAllKI K VN )K DUBAN RECANO M MR SWARTZ CARROLL HICKS CAVNOR MCOV liOIli; MLEAN KEES NILES DOWNING Ol ' UVKE SIEVEWRICHT Officers Kcniicih Raynor President Ht ' ibeit Swarlz I ' lic-Pyesidoil Francis Pusateii Scorlaiv Anthonv Duban Tvcasuvcr l ' J8 Kentucky (Chapter Ss ( 1 1 I ■ I I K s I ( K Km SI K Srniiji.s II 1 1 T i( (; )v 1 ll Dili Kl Sw l l I XMISS. C. kROI 1 |()SH ' II HlfKS Will I 1 lolil Jiiiiioys Mill (iki ii I s I ' KWCls C. I ' l s II 1(1 Kiwi 111 C. Ravmiu I ' .DU ARI) RlCXNO ] amisSmi F. II II 1 DoNOHOf. Am HOW J. DuKAN Siijiliniiiiii c I k (. W OH Ai I M)i k K ()N() K n Ikl 111 Kl( K Ml I.l I ' lcdiirs | 111S f . lil l l l I kl II ll(i 1 1 s I kl I 1 RIC (!l kllS I MKS I) )«M (. W II I I M l)kl M Ml KllW kll Ikl 1 Ik K [, kl I S |llll , kl kk I ' l I I k kl k M 111 c K Aiuiki () l Kl Al IXAMll K I ' ARno KiCIIAKI) H. SlIVWKK.IM Diirv Cm. iiiiiioiKil soiial Iralcniiiv. was louiKkd al (.oiiicll Lni ci ily in ISdO. ami tiio Kciuiukv (liapUT was iiislallcd on ilic c ini|)us 111 Scptcinlji ' i. lil. ' iO. I he liaU ' inil puljlitatinii is ihc " Delia C;lii ( hiai ui l " : llic (lower is the While Caiiialaiii, ,iik1 llu- colors aie Red and i ' .nll. I !( ' .» eUa QUi f L . C CV| I iffl ' - ' - ' ' T ' ' ■■■ -» ' w •r ! ■ •■ " ' - ' vM» W ' «r ' V i f: i W«rr • ' k:P rORILRI 11.1,11 MDdkl Kl LL I T ■R lll(KM) 1 M K KiUl.lK BROOKS Rk 1 CIIAMBIRS IILISTON f. OLNM IIVIR FRI 1 HI RC, HOLMES COMBS llAr.LIR POTTI R I ' AITON liMTERTON BFf K f.lLMOR DEUILDE ILOVP FISH R. OI.NFV MARSH ML DINCAN IIFTNL SMITH HAVS SILUVAN SCIILOTMAN BLEVINS SCOTT WOOTEN II MI IIWSON F.DAVIS ALDERMAN VOGT J. DAMS MYLOR CARL BERR TARRISH TATUM On icERs Ike M. Moore President Fillmore Slater Vice-Presidejit William Dyer Secretary Phillip Porterfield Treasurer 200 Delta Epsilon (Chapter ■1 cii r 1 1 Ks RolU Kl I). I I U KISS Mciiihos ill i ' lK iilly I ' lIU Mtl) | IP1NM) R. 1). MlI.I.IH I MI s Siiioii ' siiiitf. ( II VKI I s IlKOIIKS |()IIN ClIAJIItl KS I ' KI l l Kit K A. 1)1 II.DI. Ill I ' dUl 1 K I ' DuiN II. Kick I ' l (.im: Comks 1 1 i i()wi; Dkan kl i i)v Dickson II M wi Dvi K I 1 11 l II K1 1 Sciiiiiis I Wll s 1 1 (.l I K MimiiiN I ' kl 1 I ■! Iki 1 M.MiKi I IllliiUS Rdlll.KI I ' l I IMIN I ACK Kl O II Rom HI lisii Rol ' .l K I I Kl I Ul K(. |( ll ( ,11 1CIK |oll 1 lol MIS SdjillOlllDICS k I!I I I I IIM I K Um Olni:v Morion I ' miiR RiciNAi.ii 1. Rici: Rol ' .l Kl (.. Tkavis Wll 1,1 i I.I I 1 I ' llll I ir I ' OKM Kill 1 II W I Mil II Sk (.(.S I ' ll l.MOKI .Sl.AIlK OsCAK W ' ISM K ()K II I I l ' I ION 1)11 •! NN M1I KM) M I I K III KKV . ll KKII I. lil.lMNS I) II r ( Ki.io I I) [s I K Nk 1) IS Rom Kl 1)1 Rom Kl Dixon (.1 OKC.l 1)1 ( N R ioMi II w s Rimi Kill wsi Rom Kl M Ksii Ml. Rom Kl Ml : 1 ord III l I I I ll IM I i k M I iiK Cll K1,I s ) ' KKISI1 1,1 SI. II RWM.INS Roiii.Ri .S( noil M N GixiRGi: Scorr Lisri R Sxinii I5rii( ;i: Si l i i n l II I I TaI IM ) will I IIOMI ' SON CLII ION V ' OCI 1)1 I I I M ])i 1 I . iKiiidii.iI social I ' laiciiiiiy, was louiKkd ai IViliam (iollc c in 18. ' )9. The lixa! (haplcr of I ' aii Delia Alpha became Delta Kpsiiiiii chapter of the naiioiial orgaiii aiion in I ' .lL ' i. The flower is ilie I ' aiisx: tlie colors aie I ' liiple, While, and (.nld; ami ilic piiblicaiion is ihe " Rainbow. " elta €U4. eita Kcup pxi AlpUia liOSWORTII MAXWFLt. COBI. ' lN COIIEI.L iiinnoN ALLrN i;. BK ARD WOOD WILLIS CA VOOD GOUCH HOLT ir Rr .SMANKLIN ENGLISH TURNER DE HAVEN Til IM ■ M.LACE Mil 1.1 R CIW 1 CI. W M MAKIN THOM S M. HI ARn 1!R() MNG Oil ICKRS W ' ai Held Doiioluic Vrcsidoil Blu ' illis J ' icc-Prcsidcnt John Slianklin Secretary Frank Cawood Treasurer HUJ Thcta (Chapter (Q):: ' y iiS( II l ' I 1 Ks l. Ul.ll OKI MAN Mllllllfl III III! Illl II II M 1.. IkI I M N (. KKI III), lire KM l |()M I ' ll . I ' KMiU || II KkI I M KIIH.I Ik K ( (I HI Mil M I II DllMilll I Sciuois | IIS ( M kll I 11 Sill nil Kli II I I SM S ll III l-.KMSI l I)1)1N(. Hi A Willis Tom ■ol I r III 1)1 II u W ILLIAM Di NMSroN { ' . KK()M. l ' N .LrSII Cjikis (.KINSII I1 liiniuis ( II UI I s 1 Ill.lKlN Cl.AKl (:l. Mll.LI R 1)U KilM McM KIN jilllN Sll M IN loKlll I I I IIOMAS IKl 1 I KNKK 111 K W M.LAf.r. I.OKI Willi WIS LLUI.KI All, I N Scorr IjRLCKiNRiiHir. Sdjiliiimoics Koiii Ki (.III i(. )( ii Ki (. 1 1 ui;is Riiciiii s W l II K Sll I NSON I ' lcdilfS I- I I lOI lil K1 M KSII l I. Rl RI Cm vKi.i s Bosuokiii Ki nil Rrohmnc; (.RANMLII Cdlll.IN JamlsCodlll Evi;n Clay John f.oi cii M KSII I I I 1 KI Ric II Mill I Illl I )(lll M U I I.L Rom Ri OwLNS 1)1 I N(1 I . I ' KOCIl K |(IIIN III III Kol 1 (lOU 4- J» ' - K ri ' Aii ' iiv, iKUional sotial Iraternity, was rouiuldl II ' asliiiim )ii and Ltc University u ISl). " ). 1 iir 1 licta thapici was established in Februaiy. 1893. as the first social iraternity on ilic rniversiiv caniijus. The national publica- lioii is ihe " )()iiinal " ; ihc ll() veis are the Red Rose and ilie Magnolia Blossom; the colois are Cjinisoii and Old fiold. KofTfUl AlpMCu Kci p42xi Si(f4na ■■■ ■ 4mmM C lf -1 r V •- — 7 k ■ v p :::?» «■ r " " ' ( ' . Ml KM ROM i !VlRS SI 111 RI IN C MNT.S I ' LEMMl R BARKER RIDIlINr. HIBER WHEELFR WALKER JACKSON norSON- ROMAINE liOTTS HARDYMAN S MEEt iioncES THOM vs REA. r Officers ■WAV r wi R w illi ini G. Rose . . President E. H. Metcalf Vice Sect ■P el esideul A. ■. I ' luinmt ' r . . ary 1-iaiik M. Gaines . . . . Treasure ■ 20-i Beta Nu Chapter .T ' KIM ( II l ' I I KS Mrinhrrs in I ' tii iilly 1[ I I M I) I I K M l I,. L. I) 1 1 I K .SV;; o).s I ' .vi Ri IT II. Ii rcM.r W M 1 1 M ( ' .. Rosi; II w III II S [ viKi; noi:(;i. ss Si I 1 1 klin Kknm III . li KKrii I ' kWK l (. MSI s I U 11 111 s I I K I 11 I ll lU It I AkI III K I ' l I MMl K l SI l Kl IlIIIM OVVI KciM MM UkI I I W III M I U Glin H ki v i() g forge ] xckson Soliliiillinl rs Uoni Ki l( i K lil Wlls Swil I i,s I) W ll I IKIM S W ' ll 1 I M 1M K |oil W v IJROUM I I, III RRV I W M II R UOI IS . I DdlSON I h M I loix.i s MllRkls l(ll I |(11 I ' lioM s Mm I |i) H RR Ki l) Iti I III I Ri M Kai ' I ' V Si(. i . ]i:iiic)n;il soi iai frateinity. was rouiidcd .11 ilic I ' !ii (I sii ol iroinia in 18()9. I he l( (.il ( liapUi was loiiiiiliil on lilc Iiansvl- ania campiis in S Hi liul was nansklicd In Kcn- lii(k in A|)ril, 19(11. I lie ])ul)li(ali()n is tlic " Cadiu ciis " ; llii- llnwri is ilic liK ol liu ' ' allc ; I he ( dId) s ai (■ .S( ai 111. (.iccn. and While. 205 Kd p pxi Si(f4na jHcumMxIla QlU llpJta -- «v JP 11 RllMN(.lk (.. MARIIN OV K1CH K1 S( WINKIIR SIMONTON MVIRS J. STEPHFXS RKIIMdM) I.MARTIN EDWARDS WARD MILLER TAYLOR IIOWLINO SCOTT E. STEPHENS MORGAN WELCH WELLS IIOI.T KELLY JOHNSON BAKER CUDD WILLIAMS COLCLOUGH LOBB HINTON Officers Carl ' ann()y Prcsidciil George Manin J ' ice-Pir.sidoif Alltn P. Reininger Scnr nry William Simomoii Tnyi.siirry 20G Kpsilon Phi Chapter m Sl) 11 l ' 1 1 Ks . , ■nihci.s III lull iill Frank I. l( I m i mi 111 KioN I. I r(; s ' ( 1 1 1 (. KIN 1 1 KK K ( i Mock Sriiiors vki (.. W 1 1(11 1 KI 1 M KIIN 1 Wll s S 1 1 I ' lll NS (.INI h 1 KS I M s Kl( II VKhsoN ( ■ UI NN I All 1 N 1 " . Kl INlNf.l H ) Wll s k I( II SKINll 1 IIIIIOI S W 1 MON INKI 1 1! III ItllU 1 IN(. I IK. K Si 1 fill Ns Si liliiiiiii u ' s 1 Mil Wl 1 ( 11. |U. (.1 IIKI.I I Mil IN Wll 1 1 WI Si I(1N I (IN 1 Wll s l II 1 1 U [itllN I(H«. N 1 li KM III 1 W smi I low Mill li kl K c. ki. ni) 111 ii ik Rav C ' .oi. .i.oij ;m Bii.i. Gi.m; CiiDii I ' hdii rs I I KK I llN ION MiKi N Hoi. I (;. I ' |(IIINSON KiliM IN Kl I M ' Wll I I Wl I.oiiit Rom Kl Scon I In W ' i I I s I ll l.ll ll.l.lA.M.S I.AMKDA Cm .Vii ' iiA. n.iiiiiiial Noii.il li.ucinity, v;is roiiiukd ;ii Bosioii Ciollcgc in 19(l((. 1 he loral li;i|)icr WAS i,sial)lislu ' (l on ihis cmipus in Fcl)- riiaiv, I9; (). Tlic Iralctnilx puhliialion is the " Caoss and Ciiesieni " ; ilie iiouei is ilie X ' iolet; llie (dIdis aie I ' m pie. C.ieen. and Gold. Jiam f da QUl Alpita PlU etia Ueia O ffh ' ds ii lUss a B. V 1 tti ji L. BROUN VOCELER MDON AID IllLLENMF IR m ' lean FLiri ' lN I IMS IIOrUHAN m ' cvrroll f:AI.D VELL JACKSON ARVIN BRE VER DUTTOX WILSON N S NT Bl ' SH R. BROUN HIT.HES II VRRINCTON Dl ' TY OWENS SCOT r M RSH I.L III STON HALL BO 1 1 ON i.ruTS ANCE T WLOR RIDDELI. W LSH CASSELI. ENSMINCFR IHOMPSON IIACCIN ROIURTS Rl ECU Officers |. Ridianl I ' .iish. Ji Ptcsidmil Edinoiul I ' hompson ] ' ice-Prcsiilcul riKiiiias Afarshall Srnrhny l.ahan [ackson Trrasinrr 208 Kcntuck Fpsilon Chapter KKicii r : 1 Ks Mrinlirr in ' ' in ally | )i Akmn l.oi.w Urow A Rl( II Kil lil Ml Rn II Ki (ii M I I Ik WKI IS l)K M S Seniors I ' KANK r.l.I IS ' AI.IKK I ' l.lIM ' IN I.AIIW [ackson XllSON SicI.OM V DosM I I Ki II) WaMI K RiDDI I.I. Dw ,S( : )| I Tl RKV r N KIK Rom Ri W i KI i I loiii.i iiiriM I. Ill I. II Hkint I Mil R Bkl U I R l)i | I) IIkiiw R liu(i s lllllllllS (IKI IIIM.KIN IAS IIS(.I R . l I 1 N Mil Ml Wll S() III MOS TlKiM s M KMI 1 I F.DMOMi Thompson ( II KI 1 S N( 1 r. 1. Will I 1 iM.iiii I |(ll Wll I SON 1 I W IS 1 . II (.(.IN llll I I I Ml. S )l li )in( ri ' s Hi Rill KI llll I I NMI VI u Rom RI Hoi I III n Rom R I I . 1 .1 w Is Cl NRINfl M CI RKOI I. I iio i s M( Don mm I.ISI.I UOIION I.O(: N (. M im I II. Ull.I.V C ' .ASSM.I. |ollN C ' .RI I XIl T ' r nk Hi I ion |ollN (.RI III01 SI Pledges I. RR II RRINI.IO S M M( I.I N r. 1 llll 1 llKRV I l K ( ) M NS S V l roVVlTl. Um Rom Ris Bii I. Ir ( V W, R N S NI ( .1 ■! NS 1 |ollN M sll 11 KR Wll SON I ' m 1)1 II I III I . iKilioiial social liauniily, ■as louiukd ai Miami Uni crsiiy in 1818. llic KcnUK k Kpsilon cha])tcr was rslahiishcd on iliis (.iiii|iiis in . Ia . I ' .KII. I he liauiniu |nil)li(a- lioiis arc liic " .Scroll " aiicl llu- " I ' allaclimn " ; the llowc 1 is llu- While Carnal ion; and ihc colors aic r.liu and While. PAl 2 eita Ueia PUi Co f fia J cut o ' - _ I J i . r» 1 j . .c- o o f ' JiLi mm. - r | ' ])()N LI) MAI.ONEV tOLL.MW llRlCt.S VOLNG LUICAN KOSUFII. I S THOMAS R MSEV NfllLS HOUSE HALL TAVEOK I I ITS KEELOXD SIONF JONES BUTLER SCHOFMW CUNKENKEARl) IMKMAN T BFI.I C HVWFNHOMl RFFIIFR I.FU TS S l FR T(I II.() n kV BISHOI ' IIRRMT. RISK 1 COBS H1(KF rlRnV MISS fOSTFFKl 111 IIDI FSTON WAINSCOIF S I I I ' lll SIIN WIIKIRSON I (II. Officers koljcii C. Maloney Pirsidrnl Rohei I Coleman Vice-Presidriil Sam McDonald Secretaiy Rolu ' ii Millc ' i Tti ' iisiirrr o 7 , " ' 111 w col [OHNSOX III II BDI FS Kappa (Chapter i:!(:ii w I I Ks Mcmhcrs in Iuk iill C. S. Crousi-. Kolll Kl 11. B KI K Ik sk Iki 1 i Sriiioy.s ()i 111 koiM ' irs V i i. (;i UKir.r.s Ja ;k I.AN(; sri r K.I N .Svi.vi,sri r CllVRI IS 1)1 N ( Y I.IICIAN Wai.ii R 1 iiom s Ross I ' ( Rom Kl r.. M i.o i V C;i i 1)1. li RKi I.I. Cicil.I II K II AI.I. . l 1 Kl 1) Rosi l I.I. JinilrilS |l I.IAN Vol NC liolU Kl ( " )l I 1 11 II I I ' .vws RoiUKi NTii IS 1 K SK 111 Is 1 WM s kl 1 lOM) l M( !)o Ml) S(ijili())iinre.s Bi I ioN 1 R WIS] V |llMS lU III K (. KMI IIOI ' SK 1 VCK SrONK 1 VCk (j.lNKKNm ARn I ' llll 1 11- |o is Rom Kl- lABKIINC Wai.ii R Col R M.ril I ' lKM w l M 1 1. S::ii()i i Pl(:dges SiDNiv I ' Aci. Taylor Loins li KKI K Oiorci- )i.ssr Jack Ri rniR Loi ii: Bi i-i. M. K. Johnson W ' alh.k .Sai 1 r W II 1 1 v i Bishop M MRlCi: [OIINSON T.i.woon .Stii ' Iii NSON |iiii Boms D vvi 1.1 ircii Danny Tfrri-ii, Ml U VRI (;osTFi.i.o Dick I.i wis R M.i ' ii Thomas CvRii. Danmmioi.ii 1 K MlKlM I.I. ' l RN Rn ' oss Ml Ai I.I. Mickey J WII s MoNrCOMI KV Gi Y Wainscott Kl S Hi l l)l 1 STON J UK Nl ' XOI. J. V. Wll KI RSON M RK JAcons (ill NN I ' l ' KDV TlioM s Risk I 1 KKIS Will 11 Pill K i ' i ' I ' m. iKiiioiKiI soc i;il 1 1 ,iicrnii . w.is IdiiikUiI al .Miami l ' iii cisit in I9()(). llic local ( lia])i(i was c ' sialilisliccl on the canij)iis in Novcin- l)cr. Hl ' iO. I lie fiatcniii inihlication is ilu- " I.auicl " : ilic llo vci- is liu- Red Cainaiimi; ilu (olois aic- Harvard Red and Old (iold. P u fCofifia au PUi Sia fta Ka p42ja ■ I ' r J ) ' COMBS I ATIIKIM Kl I.I.I V 111 RNS I ii.i.ns IIANKINS r. coi.r RII.I V C. COI.E K.- ST EWING CANTI-F.y STEUART r.EMILE ROBERTS SPENCER RWKIN Ml VMS 111 KIKWI E. SMEENEV UOONE TROWELL TENN Ml 11(11 SON ROSS MLIRPHY ROBERTS noRSEV nwis UASSON FORKNER R. SWEENEY I Kr Officers Gforgc Kasi Prrsitlrul Earl C.iAv Vice-Presidcu! William Roberts Secretary Mfiliii Fields Treasurer Phi Dciitcron Chapter " .(KM l ' I I KS ( . II. All I II. I5nii iKi) I ' I ' UOM. Mciiihcr.s ill luK iilly II. C. Brown I " . A. BlKIMl K 1 II Kl Kl ( I 1 I ' OKIPK I I) II.l.l VMS 1 |i kl) W ' ll .SI SiniDiw I.IK.XK lloDM I. KI I.. Col I 1 J KO (loMlls C II kl I I I I U IS . M I KM r.. I II I DS |lill II. (.OMI I I o 11 . H WKINS ( .1 (lUr.l II K SSI |l I I I.I II I K 1)1 1)1.1 V (.,. MURIMIY (.lom.i M. Si ' iNci K W II I 1 1 sso R 1 MOM) I.MIIKI l I llllilll- Wii I I i Roiu K Is roKIE K KOSS ERNtM ti N 11 I (ilili(iiii(n ( I ' .IIU l S M ISI Rom Kl K wkiN I ' Irdiics W II I I I |i Ms II I I l Kl KIK t SWI lioU 1 N |. I). Hki KI K Rom Kl III KNS ( II XKl I s Coil Willi M Ckow I 1 1 W 1 IKR I) WIS I .ON DoKsl X l;il RI IS I . I ' OKKM K Ri( II Rii Fox l)o ll l( (.IN III I I ' r H.I I 11 KKIS1IN W II I I M llol hKOOK C KI Kl I W Vii I Kii Ml Kr. M RK M KI OVV I I Kl I I 1 lc IIOISON I IISI I 1 I ' l NN (. KK KI1 Rill l.i.vi V Rom Kis Irvim .Sam orh R VM iM) Sn u Ki RoniRi Swi 1 Ni V Kl NNivm Wai.i.vci I ' m Si(. i In ] ' I ' . n.iliiiiial social li .iici iiil , was IouikUiI ai .Massai liusdls Slale CoUcs e in 1873. 1 Ik- Iix -il li.ipui . know 11 as I ' hi Dcuteron. wns cslablislifd mi ilu caiii|ius in o cmbcT. M ' l! ). I lie Iralci iiil |)nl)li( al ion is ilic " .Signel " ; IJR- llowcr is llic Red C ainaiioii; the ( olors arc .Sihii and Masjcilta. PUi Six 4na Ka ppa e C J. p ' : " f (!!? " gl i ' ' r ' f % fc W -t Asl ' - " W » -. ' « ' T3?»««r l «. ' »« T ' [A- ■ - - i - ' Tz y " w • »«» IRAVNOR COLLINS ]1.(.K I1 1 WITIILRS SALISBl ' RV TAYLOR DAILEV. ri: N i ' RRV Lin R-i ils jn andi-rson s lti;r warren hollowav SIII ' llIXS STLRNBIR . BISHOP BOUNE GARY CIRTIS HAMM R VFST ll.(. )RMA W. r.ORMAN BlRXEnF. STILZ FOSTER RIXRK MOl ' NT|0 HFRXnON (OUT.ILL ROnFNBORN (M IIRIF tONNOR VILSON I f.R MI M U TII1 N Rl NAVANT KRIX. SNAl ' P NKIIOLS MFARLAXD BECK WIIIUOMB MLLHOLLANl) CORE Officers William I.. L.tnvrv Pycsidciil [ohii Traynor ] ' ice-President E. V. Salisbury Secretary Jay C. Nelson Trciisiirer 214 Onic a Chapter . ' IK II l ' I I R Ucilll Kl II M S Mciiihci III iiii iilly Al.l ' KI It .I MIIK(II) I) ll Vol (. II II DoWMSt. I Wll s Ami! Ksl lll k (loll INS I X M V (IrKiis Srili( l Ik sk M. I) i. 1 111 k l (iKMl M Willi i I.. I.owkv III K I-. W R1 1 N 1. W . S 1 IMll K JAMhS Sll I ' llI |()ll T R OK M W UlslKH- i ' K K Kl.l K In WM l Vosll K U VI I ' ll iTdi 1 iv 1 V ( I I • ' ON AnIiKI liou Nl jliuiins S I I kl IN(. I NS I o l I ' kKV I IK.VR I ' l NN DokIS Rl kK I VMI s S. SmII H Sojilllllll 11 Vkkl (.(IKM R M lU kN Tl WINl K Swi Sll kNIil kl. Kdlll k I Sill loM R. 1 1 Ilk )ollN 1 M I ll l Wll 111 RS 1,1 III kNllIlN 111 I M III I K |oi Hi KM 1 1 (vRi. Connor I ' VKMN (ioNRl fill M) CoRl I K CoWl.ll 1 Rom Kl ' I) VMS r.ll 1 1)1 N WAN I Pledges (111 kl 1 S (. R 1(11 I. (loKM N lR Nk (.OOlll-kll Nil I Wll s (.k Ml l l kMi Ml (.1 lllkll W 11 I I II Kkl I. |iPll 1( r kl VNII |l SSll MOI N I |ll oMi Nfri HOI 1 Nii | IIIN NUKIII l-.IMNi: RODKMIORN l-.i.i)Rii)i;i Snait I M1S WaIIII N OOICIAS Will ICOMll Wll I I M Wll SON ' ( ' ' :mBm I ' l k ii ' Airiiv, ii.ilioii.il M)(i.il lialtTiiilN. was IouikUiI ai ilic Lfniversiiy ol Virginia in ISCiS. I lie kiimukx (lia])ici is knn • as ilic ()iiui;,i ili:i|)Ui anil was csialilislud in )uni-, I!I01. Ill- naiiiinal public al inn is ilu ' " Shield and Diainiiiid " : liu- liaU ' illilx llowri is llir l.ih 1)1 llu alk ; llu- colors an ' (.ai ncl .ind Gold. Pi Kapfia AlfUta Biaifta Alfilva o iio t r cb f ' =f - r C . f f f CRAFT Al 1 M1LR IMCHCII-. M IlL (;K W tS J.IKMM J.WMKIK SPICER MOMCOMERV IILSTON TLRNER CONCLETON VANCEV STROTHER COLE DOYLE SMITH |. BAKER R. BAKER ROGAN VOl NO ECKLER MOHNEV BIGGS SHELTON EVANS D. IRMNE HOOVER LAMASON ROBERTS KIWAIRD H EIDEMAN KIRK DIKE SHAW MFDARIS LANDER II. WALKER STONE GARNETT BRYANT IIOI ' SON j.nichols imcutchin mansfield clark jones calvert cavwood Officers Thomas B. Nichols President Francis Montgomery Vice-President Jack Hoover Secretary Stanton G. Dondero Treasurer 216 Kcntiick Fpsilon Chapter I |ii( II | ' I I us c.c;.jM. I IIONI S All will l( Si ION (.. DoMIl KO ( II K1 I s W (.K W I S KiK.I KS li KI l l.l l(l { ' .() l.l I l(l |( si I ' ll Ck m I Don m n K Kl i l (.. 1. Hi Ki s( II I ( K lldOV IK I ( k It KI l Willi i Koiii Kl r.oi r J AMI s Dovi.i; .m i Ui(.(;s I IKIMI ' SON UrVANT |()SI I ' ll . C ' .Al.VI RI Cm ri 1 nC wwooi) |( H Cl KK Amiki m 1)1 ki; Rom Kl I.VAXs CllARl.l.S GaRM IT Owen (om-s Mcinhcys in l- i( ally ( .K 1 1 Si I I U1IS Sciiioi.s |(IM I ' ll I ll lll I I MO I MI s 1 ll M I MI s Ik IM. I ' -i i; I |(pn S() Illinois l I l( il ' SON W II II I ill M(l I) ( 111 1 will R I M In IoII M I) II) l{o(. Rom Kl Sill KM N SiijiIkiiiiiii rs I . Kl Ml (. KI. M1 II I.I M H VKl ' l K l)o Ml) IKVIM I ' lidors Ki:(;i i kiw iKii GlOROI KiKk Cii ()R(;| I.wi Mi (kii II l)l I.O K 1 KWK Ml 1) R1S I ' Kl M() l WSI II I 1) ( s xR M( C ' .i 1(111 Rom Kl N xsii Jl I.IAN Xl(:llol, . |(ll;l I I KNl R I ' k N(;is Monk.omi rv I MOM s II. l( nous Rom 1(1 Ml s W 111 1 M Sni I K ||111N SiKlll 111 K John liiKM I i kni k ). Rl( 1 W M Kl K Rom Kl Woods (ioKDON ■ N( rv I ' l 1 S S 1 (iK ( K S ll I II II I 1 1 Ol NO I 1( NK Rom KIS Ik wr IS Sii AW |ciiiN Simmon I RIM N SMIIII [OIIN SnIDI K W Mil K SnM)I K . rsl IN 1 Rll ' l.l I I II RKIS W | Kl K lolIN (;. Wl Mil I N Si(,M . ii ' ii i;i ' sii() . iKiiiniial sii(i:il fraicT- iiil . v:is loumlcd ai ilic I ' liixcisiiv dI .Maliaiiia ill ISli, " ). Tlie kcimuk) Kpsilon (lKi|)ier xvas cs- lahlishcd on the {ami)iis in I- ' tl)niai -. HlOfl. The lialcuiil |)ul)li( aliuii is llic " Ini( ui d " : liic liowcT is llic i()lci; and llic (olors an- I ' m pic and Old Gold. Suf fta Alpita O ' pAdlcu i ci f! irt. t o : -P r C C «p fT df f ' FIJ f .U - ' 1 J; ▲.V i k. m,A IDRbVIUL IIARUIN I ' .l II IR ALCORN FIELDS KV AN n RR TOOHt ( VRKACO I K 1)1 SVMI ' SON FLOWERS AD WIS STEVENSON STEl ' UFNSON DOTSON BRINGARDNLR loXFS M ALl V CHESTER RFIINt liACHMFVER JUSTICE I ' VLMORE WELLS . HAMILTON SPARKS MLSON V NCFV MERRILL 11. II MlI.TON FI LMER MUSTER SI ' F RS SI FS HUME U INE CRIM ROIIINS (IIWIILFON WILLIAMS ll()F(.L S (.R 1 NTCARTHV KILLFA TR ISTLR OiriCERs Richard Bullcr President Charles R)an Vice -President James Ste]5henson Secretary E. C. HartUn Treasurer 218 Lambda Lambda Chapter !iii( II r 1 1 UN (.1 K(.I . I I III! V Mcinhcrs nt i(i( ally Will I M 11 s Kl( II Mill |l)ll SI)N I.IIW XKIl l ( 1K Km II KII It) II I K Roni K I r ' oKS I IN Srniois ( . I I I ' ll i.DN I MIIS I I KK ( 11 KI I s R N (. )M)I) S Ml ' SON |()1IN lOolll V Willi M AllVMS 1. KI N( I Hol.AM) I ' KI l llKI l. KI M K H ROI.Il Bl Sll I II III O I. s I Wll s (.III M I U I , W II 1 I 1 (k I ' H I KM W DOISON I K[ II ll l 1 KS Kl I I X 11 Ml X W ' ll IIS |()M S W ' Mil K R 11 I Ki( 11 M ii W 1 lis Rin( I II i iiMi 1 K ( (IKII Itl (.11 SojiliiiiiiDrcs v.. (11 K1I1 I IIIIM III Mill. I. I MI s I ' M MOKI. I ' M 1 SMI 111 (11 Mil IS |l SI 1( I Ul u Wtmw l)( Mil l) )( .i. ss HOH RI) rMIICOlT Al.AN I ' l I.MI R ()s : K (.R V VV 11 (.RIM . K( II H M11 IDS Ul ( KM R II Will l( i ' . VRKOI H Will ll) W I I M 1 1 I ( 1 1 1 R I ' rdors I KWK I I 1 s )i 1 1 Hi mi: Rl( II SKIl |( II S() Willi VM Km 1 1 TlIOM S Ml RKll 1 I ( k M( CxKi ii (il (IRI.l Ml Sll R ]!l | WIIN Ou I NS I.i () 11 R wisi V Rdiii Ri R ui i c:s Ik k Rill II s 11 ROI II .Sl ' RkS R 1N I ' dl K SlM-AKS (;i ()R(;i; .Si AVIS W ' ll.l.l AM .Sldl I I K I ;k .Si i.i.n N ) (;k Traisii K Sqi iRi: Willi WIS 1) will W ' ll SON J.V.MtS W ' lM . ; x i ,Si(..M. Cm, naiiiin.il siicl il li :iIli nilv, a :is Iniiiulcd ;it Mi.imi I ' liixersity in IS. " ). " ). L;nnl)(l;i I .:inil)(l;i ( Iiapu 1 as csialilishcd on ihc Kcni lu k (ampus in . Ianli. 18!) ' }. 1 lie Iraiernity ]iiil)li caliiiiis .lie ihc " .M.ii;a inc ol Sisinia Chi " and llu- " Sinina (;hi liullciin " ; the llou ' cr. liic ' hilc Rose; ihc colois, Bhic and Okl (.old. 219 Bia na QUi l!P = ffj U , 1 li Ax S J ■ -. ■•■ - - ' " i - H .U [ S S.SMITH V. SMUn K. 1K1 S m RNE HOLSTER HOll-IHAN M AUES UMlll DENNV KERLER GOOCH BATES . LEONARD HOWELL HATFIELD DILLION T. WATKINS J. LEONARD MVRCLM CONEEV HAMILTON ROUTTE BEALL CORDON CARR JENNINGS KOTCAMP STACEY Officers Sherrill Smith Prcsidcul Reynolds W ' aikins Vice-President Geoige Kei ler Srcrelary ' ernon Smith Treasurer 220 Gamma lota Chapter !ir, ( II r 1 1 us l. I ( Kl K III U I ' dUII k (.H M l)i; K. IMi » m;i (.K S 11 I I 111 KM Soiiois l)ll U II 1,. 1. 1 111 IS l 1 S( S ll 1 II II 1 1 l lllllMI R IliIlN llcil I 111 N I IIIIIOI s (,l (IKI.I II Kl K 1 It C;ii ni I ■- H M MiiKiv SiiI.KUii i I Smiiii Ri oi I1-. iM s SiililiDiiKii r r.MVKii ' -n I i)i- Will. 1AM A. Wiuii: | )M I ' ll R. liMl s Ilol SION 111 M I |H. l I will K hoM.l ' II I I M M COMFV Kl.MKR S. C " . RR Jwirs H. lliiiioN CiiRTis Hi v I ' lrdofs DllS l I) Dili 1 Kl K 1)1 N V f.OOf II I MrS I " . C.OKIION 1 Wll R. IICIUI I I . |1 Kl wvii) I ' . H Mii i(i Rom Ri H Mill 1 11 (.11 r.l HI [l NMNIA I- i!i kmi Mi ' li; I Wll s 11 1.1 ll l(ll W I 1MI K |. 1.1 ON K11 (.. 15. I K 1 M. JR Wii.i.ivM I ' . Nksiuh . i vi W. Si ( 1 V I lloM s I KINS ,Si(, i i , iKilidiKil social fi ali-i iiiiv. was fouiulwl al I he ir,uinia Mililarv Insliliilc in I8()9. Gainiiia lula was cslalilisJRil on liu ' vu lii(k (aiiipus in |amiai . V.Wl. 1 lir iralcrnilv |)ul)li ali()n is the ' -Delia " ; llic llimci. Wliiir Rose: ilic (olois. r la k. 1iitc. and (lold. 221 Sioina Alu Si(2,tii i phi opAilo4t M 01 l fr. Cj Cj PS 1 M, 1«- f - 1. I-ORDEN I.FNT.VrL IIOFr rAN VUXKER MILLER CARTV RAPIER IIliliER HONNAKER R. CARTV VON ALLMEN GATIIOF HOWARD STECKMEST HAf.AN ERIKSON FLOWERS MILNER KELLY MILEM Officers Lclaiul R. Honiiaker President Lcland 15. Howard J ' iic-Prpsldfiil j [(l in I ' oMleii Smclayy Diidlc ' N Flo vcrs Tir i.uncy Kentucky Alpha (Chapter (isni i ' I rus Sl Kl Sll W I u l . I . UkI ) K II KKV l II S Sriiioi s Wll 1,1 S liKdl I I I I 1.1 I i ' How wi K | K(: KIV (MillKlkSDN I I i Wll IV 1 lins H11 1)1 III I Ij o M kv I II 111(11 ll I IS I IlKIil Wll 1 I l ( . M 11(11 I v ii s Mil I I i; C { K I ». Kim V Sojil, iniilDli ' S Fiiw i ii I I (. I I. W i 1 1 i( Mil I i 1). C. Mil Ml) R v C K 1 V r KI Crk.orv I ' ll lls(. s Rdiii m lliip I i w I i K 1 ll 111 u |llll 1 ll S KI l 1,I1 V IN I ' l I 11 I JoK RAPIFR W KK1 N SlFflKMrST Wll 1 I l l) l 1 Ml Mil i(i 1 ki It Si(; i I ' m KrsiLoN. nalioiial social lianiniu. was Iniiiiclcil al ihc IJnivcrsil V of Ridiiiiuiul in 1901. riic Kcnuukv Alpha cliaplci. cslahlisiu-d in [)y . was tlic oul.i rowlh nl a local li alci nilv. Si nia Rfia Xi. whidi vas IolmuIciI in M) ' _ ' L ' . i Ik- I ' laniniiN pnlilic alion is ilic " Sit nia I ' hi Epsilon Joinnal " : ihc llowcis arc llu- nicTican RfaiUv Rose and (he I ' niplc iolct; llic lolois aif Royal I ' m pic and I ' .loi.d Red. Sia na PUi opAMOn ? sr «fc ' •IS ' W ' T-a»« %«. W m«i " f 0 (f . ' fS BINMSON NFI.SON ROBFRTS MII.I.ER REEVES Ml ARIAS ROBISflN MCAIN DE FILIPPO ( N () JACKES MENCHERO BFGl.FV FARCHT BAUMCVRDNrR IWIBERT GEBHART B RTON WALI.IS CARNEY IMMlk NFUF noWXEV Bl ' CHAXAN RAEUCIILE ROBBINS SNIDER 1I1I1B R1) WILSON MOORE Ofjircrs 1 1 M. Miller. Jr Presideul Pete Zaiiai ias Vice-President Mike Snider Serrehny R(rkle H. Bcnncson Tie isiirer Kentiick Chapter i: ( II i ' M K I. (11 IS F. Noi I i! I). V. T ' l RRI I.I. Mi ' inhcis ill ■III iilly Sll IMII Sm MIR Kdlll Rl Si ' KI R Ai i 1.. C ' .ii wiiiiKs I ' llll.ll ' C I ' .MRMM Ki(. H. I- KUis ( ( . Hi(;ii V I HoRiM. Jr. II I) I ( KIS SciiioYs 1 IW l( ( 1 . |k II. , Ml M III kll I! M. Mm Ik. |K. ( . I ' . Kims ( ' .. I ' . RoinusoN [. N. .SCI ' DIII R I ' l I I Ml K1 S I I U XKIO II II Bl WISON Willi 1 (.WNON fiiiiioys ( II XKI I s ( , K I N.I. (il 111! R1 I.. C;. Nl I.SO.V R 1 ' . l TI I I Kdlll KIs Miki smih k SojiliDiiKiycs Rl Ml Di 111 ii-ro I ' ., II M I IS CI. . U l Ml. SkllM R .M. R. DouNF.v |. S. I- ' akciit N. B I ' m i.KNER |. . . Grant . H.H ii V. li. IIlNDRV [ R. Ill lUiVKI) I ' lrili rs W I 1 1 II II. | )m:s I I I VMHIRT ( ( ). I SI RIM I- |. M Mills I I! MooRi K M isi II X I I r 1 1 1 1 s(i N ( I K M I I III I E. R. RwiiMi C. 1.. RoiiiiiNs r. .S. Rl III R. J.Siivu J. R. .SiROIlM R. R. 1 AI.IAFl RRO F.. I . Wilson W W WlISON I ui ANc.i I . iKitioiKil s()(i.il lialiinilv Im ni;i- neei s. was linindrd al llii- I ' luxcisiix nl Illinois in l ' .M)7. I lie local ihaplci. known as liu- kcntiuk (1ki|)Ici was csIablisiiLcl on the (anipiis () tol)er . ' SO. 1920. I he li.ileinilN (olois aic Old Rose and Ciiav: ilie liaieiniu llowei is the White Car- nation; and the naiional publiiation is the " Tri- aiT ' le Review. " 22fi i iaaxile JloidAe Mcftke il DUNBAR SLADE IIAC N (.(II r.i s I rllK I I N Ml I 11(11 rs 1 1 1 slll (.l( S 1 ( II 111 111 U li JOIIFTT liOlFLrR 1 ISIIHVCK 1 ISII II M 11 s I I I 111 HUM luiw M II (.I.IS IKIDF To the house mothers of the sorority, fraternity, residence halls, and the organized houses we dedicate this page Mrs. v.. . DiinlMi, i ( (.i.niiiin Him Mrs. Anna Ned. Aljihd Sii iiri I ' lii Mrs. F. Kmhiv, Mlj)liri Tun l)ini ' ' (i Mr.s. H. C. Hot is, D,-lta Chi Mrs. W. E. Skellon, Drilii Tini Dfllii Mrs. , ndie v Hduiiiaii. Kiijipd lllihii Mrs. (,. Irapiicll )( ncs. Kappa Sigiiin Mis. R. L. Sladc, ImiiiIxIii Chi Alplia Mis. T. S. Hagan. Plii Delia Thcla Mis. A. B. McC oimick, Phi Kappa Tan Mrs. Mary Hanley, Phi Sigma Kappa Mrs. Lillian Warner. Pi Kappa Alpha Mrs. Klizabcth I.uxon. Sigma llphn I ' .psilini Mrs. )ames Louden. Sigma Chi Mrs. Frances- Satfell, Sigma i ii Mrs. T. VV. .Swealt, Sigma Phi Epsihni Mrs. E. R. Beard Mrs. l-.lliel B. Fish. Tiiaiiglr .Mrs. Berlha .Mien. Alpha Delia Thela Mrs. . llen Bolder. Alpha C.amma Delia Mrs. .Mabel Fisliback. Alpha Xi Delia Mis. John Hag,s;in. C h (Jnrega .Mrs. Harrv Lee, Delia Delia Delia Mrs. .Sarah Jouelt. Dein ' .ela Mrs. J. T. I ' ride, Kappa Delia .Mrs. George Newman. Kappa Kappa Gamma Mrs. Edith H. Francis. 7.ela Tan Alpha Mrs. F,. A. Dnnbar. Dnnbar Honse Mrs. Mollie Huddle, HtidiUe House Mrs. A. N. May, Ma House Mrs. W. G. Monlgoniery, Monlgomery Hou e Mrs. Alfred AVashin,gton. KomI Hall Mrs. Marylee Collins, Pallerson Hall Shelby House 22 1 ' .I ' . ' ■ ■ ' ' j KJlo XfAxmAeA. : J. - ' 5|t; ■ ' ' ' » 1 MCHOI.S BROWN siiovF.A MOORi: m ' kf.nnev i.ins ARDS PELL Kici: nvRNF. nuri.r.R myers si ' encer Nil Circle Foil 11(1, ■, I. I ' .125 A iiaiimuil ors ar.i aiion whh iIk lunposL ' ol recognizing oulstanding junioi antl senior men in the various phases ol tampus Hie. Men aie selected on liie jjoint system and elected by the circle. Members in Fiu iilly I ' R NK I.. Mc: i;v Li is C. Roiunson V. D. FuNKiioi SER Col. B. E. IIki m r ii;l I ' limmi r I ' AUL p. BovD W. E. Friiman R. D. McLntvre Officers John Mtlvenney Prcsidcni Ernest Shovea I ' ice-Pre.sitlfiil Thomas Nichols Recording Secretary James Shropshire Secretary-Treasurer FaciiUx Ach ' iser R.D. MclNrvRi; Members Ike Moore Roger Brown VlLLL M I ' ELL Ge.NE MvERS GRANVILLE BVRNE George Spencer Richard Builer Reginald Rice 230 KcnUickv Alpha C liaptcr N I l() l HONOR m 1 (.l l I Rl (. 1 k I I R l I Oyoiiiii-.,,! Ill r. A... .llnil . ' ). I ' .KIL ' I ' l ki ' oM : In 111.11 k ill :i III I i Hi; iii.iiiiu i i lii sf w ho li;i c ion I cud honor u|) )n I lull Alma M.m T l) divi iiiniiislicd s( iiolai sln|) and cxciiiiihii i ha i at in as iindci - l adtiali ' s. (II l) llu ' ii allainnu ills as alumni. Oljicns C:liai ks P. ktiMs I ' lrsiilriil Reginald I. Ri(c I ' iic-l ' rcsidenl )amcs 1 1. |ohiisoii Rri nriiitigSccn ' lary Lcland R. I loiinakci C()ni: f o)nUii ' Sr irltiiy Jamis 1,. l.ci;j.;cll . . Tiriisurrr Paul I). Ross ... Ciilidngcr Mriiihris J. J. SlU I II Sl l I Sill M K1 K V. lllOM s II K io W I -I I Misi.iK RoitiKi I (.iimok .SWI 1. (k WVKIKI) (. sl() M( kl I I. MiKll (: KNU Hi RMA I). I ACKKS Rolll R 1 t.K (:l. MiM Smi i K j ▼ •f ; f,i f " ' % ' Kdss mil REEVtS SIMUNMKIK I.Ff.CI I! l KM I. (.K ( F. (RWVIOKI) (.ll,. IOR ll RMO SIM I II IIDWVMR |()II S(1N J (KIS SMDER Manias Baa d NEVINS I. AMI KOIilNSON I l MI!i IIIDCrS WIIMM NADl LSI I IN SIIIVKlIt (IMIlll WMMIN UARLl Staff and Grown Chapter HONORARY FRATERNITY FOR SENIOR WOMEN r ' nmidrd III S i(i use [ ' iiivri.sily . 1!MS I N.sliil Iril nil Ciiiii jiiis. ' J ' IO Tlic [Hiipose ol MoRiAK iioAKi) is lo acUaiUf the .s[)iril ol st ' iNitc and lellow- sliip amoilf; ' Uni c ' isit) ' woiiicn, lo nuiinlaiii ils high slandarcl ol schohiiship, and lo ifcogni c and cniouiagc Icadci ship and sfixicf. FluTc arc si U (haj)tc ' is. M nil III IS III Fin iilly SAKAII lil.WDIiNT. AnM: C ' .ALI.IHAN M RI.MKIII .M( I . l C.lll l Sarmi B. Holmes Adiii.sns joy 193()-37 .MaR(.ari 1 Rah.ii I- STAiir, Ekikson Mary Mumiord Oijiccis Nelle Nevins PresideiU Mary Recs Land ' Vice-President Margaret Lewis Whaley Secretary Sarah Louise Ciindiff Treasurer Theo Nadelstein Editor Mcinhcrs Helen Farmer ' irc.ima Robinson Betty Earle Nell Shearer Doroiiiy Whalen Ca.mille Hedges Men ' s Senior Honorary l.wi) ' i) Cross, mill ' s siliici huiKiiaiA. is llu ' oldest (;iill])iis or.n;mi ,ilioii ol its l |)(.- :ii ilic I lUMisiiv. lis tiuiiiIxi s ,iU ' (lios(ii Ikhii ilic iiinior (lass cadi Mav l)a on I lie liasis ol lii!;li s( liolai siii|) and oulslandiiii; lca l(i ship. Mrinhrrs iu l ' n( iilly ClIIMIK A. W 1 J. Ui, ]| KII JOMSSOS III N 1 HI 1 n Olluris janii ' s K. JJail.in I ' rc.sidrnt Everett McKall Vi r-I rcsidct,l fames A. I laoji i Scrrrliiry Miiiil ci.s l.K.n. mSKlSS Rl, IIVKI.Il, nut |(.H 1k N )K ,K Min li KMi | MlsKl iriK WllXasliKOllIll UWI ll.A.SDlRS W M I 1 |iur .(.S LAtA.N Jackson Cii ki.i s (;kam s C.i okc.i, ki Ki Cl) f . Ci L.I. Ik (IR II l l(l IU III K KI kl BRIGGS Ml KM I • (.RAVE.S " ' • " ' ilAOLLR KEVSF.R JACKSON IIANKINS BYRNE PlU fieta i KOBINSON CINIJIIF IXKMIK DIKII M ABEL W II Mil WKATIII.RFORD MC.I.AIN I I TII.I.ITT CAIWOdll ji:nkins nu(;iii-s winfs mirkiii thaupe i ' Kk Music and Dramatic Fraternity I ' m Bi lA. iKitional h()n()i;u and |)l() c sil lKll nuisii and dramatic Iraki niu Inr i)nR ' n. has as its purposes: to proniDic tlic hisi in imisic and diama. lo Icisicr co ' dci ' c sjjirit. to ad ance its members inullei uiali .ind sociaih. and lo (k ' xtlop the highest type of womanhood. In aecordance vilh tliese purposes. I ' hi liela iiuinhers preseiii pi okssioiial ])rogiams, sponsor a ' espcr serxiee. and assisi ivilh ihe l .eiilii(k lli;-;h Sihooi Music Fesiixal hehl at the Universitx. OQltCYS .Sara Louise Cundill Presidenl Dorothy Muirell J ' ice-Pn ' sidcut Mary Frances McClain Secretary Margaret Lotiise Wliaiex Treasurer Chira Hughes Historian Members Marjorie Je.nkins Rosetta Sexton Jean.Visel Margaret Greathouse Lucile Thornto.n Lena ReE Cavwood Virginia Th. rpe K. therine Park irginia Robinson Mari ha Sue Durham Elizabeth Tillett Rum AVeatherford Ruth EcTON Alice .-Vdams Helen Farmer Sue Wines 234 Men ' s Junior Honorary I (is. Ikiikii.iix li.iuinil loi oulsl.iiuliiii; |uiiiiii iiicii. :is loiuidcd :il ihc I ni iisil 111 nill " . MUiccdiiit; the " M sii l. ' l, " wliicli was ihc liisl iioii-st liulaslit Ik III! II .11 ill iIk ' liisloiA ()l liic s(ii()(il. I lie " M sli( I . ' !. " 11 1)1)11 wlicisf ])i iiu ipks I .aiucs was louiulcd. was lo hi iii lo closfi (oopiialioii llic liadirs ol ilu ' aiioiis haurnilics and oiIkt Icadtis in llii- junior (lass. I.aiucs ' |)Iii]h)sc ' is lo iliiis if(()t;iii c cxccplional allaiiiiiKiil and l( :id( I s III I he iowci (|i isk m . il c l.isscs. Ojji, CI s Ra) L.tlliiiiii, ' ;; Sii iiki Kdjijia J ' ir.sidriil ' I ni .Spra cns, IiuIcjx ' ikIciiI ' i( c-I ' vcsidriil I- led l ' ' l() c ' is, Sigma Chi TiCdMnci |aiius Miller. Siiinm I ' lii lijisihm S ' ( irlniy Me III hers Chiirlfs ll;incu, Alftlia C.uiiiiiui Hlin Cliailcs llit;il(iii, Kajijiti Mjiliit IJciklcy iicmicsoii, ' rr ' uui ' lc Ri.Ikii Mills, l lil hdjijKi I ' iik ■|;il)cr Hicuci, ' ; Drlln Tlitlii Kolicii OIncy. Delia Inn Orlln Roger Hiowii. Aljyhit Tan Omf n I ' liimmer. Kaj l a Sij iiin James Sailer. ' Kalijia Alpha ken K.iMior. Delia Chi Douglas For l. Alpha Siy inu Phi Kdgar Slcphcns. Ijiinbda Chi Alpha (.. 1. II Tlsi li. Siiima lljilia I-jisili,,, Rcyilolcls Walkiiis. Sigma S ii O Ci _ , ' ■—— — - — liVKKMI IMIIKIM IlKOWN S.VLTI.R ri.OMIRS HICDON MltllR AIKIN.S LNF.Y RAYXOR MILLS BKNNISON liKlWI R SPKAGENS FORD STEPHENS JlanceA. 235 ROBV Mil [ sill MMIkMW | lll sl |(I IS (ll ll IS MIS(I l 1 W K I sr KKS M(.l I l liOl SI ( l (. I II I I I 1 Theta Chapter SOI ' HOMORi: ()MENS HONORARY 1 RA IKRM 1 I ' ouiulcd ill llic l ' ii i ' ( ' y.sil of I ' illshiiii li , 1921 luslullcd oil Ciiiiijius. I ' .l. ' Il Cavkns is a national honoiaix liaternit Im sophomore wniia-ii. llu- ])ui- . poses ol Cwcns are to foster leadership and kllowship anion the women ol ihe sophomore class; to promote, bv friendly supervision, leadership among the fresh- man women by encouraging their participation in student acti ities and genuine interest in scholarship. Meiiihos ill fill iilly Sarah G. Bia.sding Sak ii II. Holmes Ojjiccis Mar jane Rob Ficstdcnl Ruth Johnston ' ice-President Grace .Silverman Secretary Frances Young Treasurer Members Je- n Abel Leslie Lee Jones Roberta Wilson KahierineCroise Carolyn Sicler Dorothy Clements .M xR ' i .Ann Stilz M r(. arei- Stewart Ehz.vbeth Rhea Tillett SlE D. Sl ' ARKS Sophomore Men ' s Honorary An lionoiaiy sthola.sii( ami leadership liaiciniix lor sopliiimoic iikii. (oni- jjosed ol one ie|)ieseiiiaii e from each so(i:il riauiiiiiv on ilu (ainpus, whose aim is ro jjioinote ijeltei ' lello shi|) imra-fraiei iialh. OlJirrrs ()i illc j ' alloii. Delhi run Ihlhi (.lilies I ' alniore. SigiiKi Chi |,i( k av, Ktijijiii Sii inn I ' i( iili ' iil l ' i( rl ' irsidf ' iil Sc( ii ' lim ' -Tyrdsincr Mi ' inl rr I IIkii Allen. Kajilm Aljilni li.iiik LaiiiJHii. Tnaiiolc llllle lluikley, .• ; ; ( Tail ()in, j „ Claiciue . I((;.inoll. ' ( Drlln Tlicia Kliiii 1 Can. Sii:_i,iii i W illi.iin l, m.hi. JII Ii,i Sionia I ' lii Willi. nil (.alhol, ,S ; ,„ ' ( ■ •i M Vo?; )c)liii Mcjiu.ni. fjiiiihilii Clii .iljiliu i III! Ileiiuloii. ' Kdjijm All li(i J. lines ( )_iiis( iiIri i . Aljilin C.iiiniiiii lilio (.ailli House. ' K,ij l)ii ' ' (III RoluM K.inkin, ' ; Siuiiui Kiijijxi . k ' ,iii(lei Ka .ino i(h. Drihi Clii Willi. ini ()uii . Si ' iiui .llliliii El sil( ii Wj ifT O f A M l ' l MORi: I Willi Kl ill (KIM M()R(; w CARR 1 1(11 SF. f. THOF RWKI.N 1 ()l NT. I I IN l ' I ION •OIISI I1FRRY III kM)f) M CARROI.I Ml R1() 237 Kedfi. ,D O . ■ Vii j k as, m k. kM Hk. jiL A wi A MM f: H ' IU I.I, BALDWIN » 111 MOW m:lls movnahan blackiurx DAVIS Wlllllks ( RI.ICK KIRKI ' ATRirK SMITH (i r iK Henry Clay Chapter PROI ESSIOX I, LlX.Al. FRAl ERM IV Founded ill Kriil Si lioni of Liiw, 18.S() Insliillrd 1)11 Cinnjnis, I ' JI 1 Phi Aii ' HA Di;i.ia is one ol ilic okksi lcL;al li alcrnities. It was the first legal fiaternitv on the University campus. AniDng its alumni are some of the most oiitstanding jurists ol the state. It ntimbers among its active members this year, ihe ediloi ol ihe La v Journal and li e iiieiiihei s ol ihc KeiUuck)- La v Journal slaH. Mriuhrrs in luiiiilly W. I.F.wis Roberts ' ii,i.iam H. I ' htman Rov Mori land Ofjiccrs Edwin Stephen Campbell Prrsidrnl H. Oscar Vhitlow ] ' ice-]usticc Robert L. Smith Clerk Charles Gadd Treasincr John Bell P.latkburn Marshall Active Members Edwin Stephfn Campbf.ll Charles Gadd John L. Davis B.T. Movnahan John H. Blackburn ViLLiAM T. B LDWiN JOSEPH S. Frelland H. Oscar Viiitlow Ro(a r C. VoM. CK Samuel Mii.NiR Robert L. .S.mith Pledges C. ,S. Miller C. C. Wells Thomas ' Withers Sebo Kirkpatrick Edward Corlick Henry yv all TnoM s Marshall Bi n Wricht Vincent Kellev Professional Lc ial lM ' atcrnit ■ ' oiin Ird (ii I he Vnh ' ersily of Michigan, 18()9 Ittslalird on Ciniij»is. 192 " ) All iiilrriKilioiKil li.miiiiix oii .mi id k, pM.niolc a hi-lui siand nd ol rllii(s and ciiliiirc- in law schools and in ilu- piolcssion at largf, I ' lii Dijia Phi is ilic oldest piolfssional Iniurniiv in cvisicncc. Law smdcnis ilh sunulin " s ol I arc clij ibk- loi inciiii)! iship. " 0[ji(( ' YS lac k Kevsei- ;,,. • , , Drwcv Miller Sccyctnrx I ciov C:omhs Tyaisurcr ' (• ' ' iidan ItiMoiiaii Family Adi ' isos I ItWK ll 1(UX I-KXSK l MIM r A( live Mvinhrrs It V lixKiR Frank n Ml, V Komiol, xk ■ ' •• ' ) ' " " I ' MOoniiv UiMivM l,(;ov Clai.i i:(a,ii.iii. | d. Hoi.sos ). (.km.v OH m I.ARi.i (.(ill. | V, Hoi I i (.suoKin ()l l Owin I ' Irdors I " } " i H UK iRVNKs hMisNl | i i ia ., " ' ' " " ' " " " " ' |.n.(.KMrVM (;,IM MS l„.s„K BmRMII DMMSMXV I ' MMIRHvn ROI.IK, NS II, M„ C.I ARl I I- R| , V Dir MK llou KI) K(,|..IKI W.H.lis 1 1 ' " " - ' liiu Rn Km-: (,, ,, . ,, , 1 ' Mr ()]ii usr f c r.- f. ' V " " ' - KIVSIK SAI.ISIUPIV MIIIIR ,,,„,,„, O..ARA IF.AR DAII.EV ujCUN ' " LA MCOY I.. COMBS BROWN COLE filojok GAid B ddU C D k. ; 1 jfA ( MI MMI MIII JACKSON BELL CARRACO Kl Rl KILLV BARRI I I nitlKINSON M ' MURTY CRWVKIRII nROHN WALLACE m ' cROSKV IRKDI RICH SCOTT I I Honorary Agricultural Fraternity Honorary agricultural Irateriiiiv lor majors in animal indusuy; sponsors nian aiii ities in the College of Agrimliuie and is a national organization. Ojjifcys George Rint Presido]! Charles Dixon Vice-President Laban Jackson Srrrrtary Harold Binkley Trnisim-i j I embers AsTOR K. Akers Imom vs Ct iTON George Kurtz C:il RLFS liXRRETT [. Hi KRV DAVIS LEON S. [cCROSKV |oi[N H. Bi LL (,i[ RLES Dixon Gw en H. NtcNti ri v W I Mil 1 1 BiNKLEV John Frederich | m; K rsi , 1 1 i (ii 11 IliNkLEV Andrew H RnrsTV V. 1.. Sji nkeen 1 (II. N liROUN (). nH KlNS DaLESCOTT Wallace CA H ' BELL Forrest Hoci e Robert At. Thaxtox CarlCamenish Laban (ackson H rean ' eal Paim. C RR co James Kabilr James Nf. Wvmte SA t K. Crawford Cyril Kelly Graham Wilkinson AKLRS DAVIS 240 Queen of l ali P sti al iir.1,1) () 1 ir,i K Id. i!). ; I ' Ik ' clidioii ;iii(l (iiiwniiii; ol :i (|Ui(ii ol ilic ;miuial I ' ai] l ' -sli al v:is (oii- (liuicd lor iIk liiM lime iliis year l) Alpiia cla. iiaiional honorary agiii uliinal Iralcniilv. I lie (oioiialioii ol ihc |iitrii l) I ' rol. I-.. S. Good, head of llie diparl- iiKiil ol aiiiiii.il .iidiisliN. was an nuiviandin;; k-aiinc ol this eai ' s pioc iani. I Icr majesty reis ned with lidl power and heconiin di!;nii o ci ilie lusi I ' all I-csiiva! (■ ei held at the I ' nixci sii . 1 he Kali l- ' esli al u as s|)onsoi ed l) I ' .loc 1 and lli idle Club, nation. d |)rol ' es- sional animal luishandrv oi ania iion. dimposed of stndents majoiini ' in animal hiishandi . This |)rogiam whidi is aiwavs )i en in the lall is the oiusiandint; exent of the year in the CoJies e of A. ,n ii iiliine. All of the siiideni oi ani aii.)ns in ihe Cioilet e of Aj riddlMic- (ondiine uiuUa ihc Uadeislii|i ol ilie llloi k and I ' .iidle did) to make the I-all l- ' esii al a lepieseniaiixc show ol Kduiukvs laiiii piodnds. and lo piovidi- ical einerlainment for a (a|)a(il oowd. Miss Oilie Mae lioveis. Calilomia. keiHii(k , sophomoie in iionie ( ( .iionni s. was elected hv jjoijiilar oie ol the men Miidenis in ihe Colles-e ol A-i ii uli ure to leis n as the hrst tpieen ol the harvest and this nnKpie a,i ri( iiliin al |)i() rani. Miss l-rances Vouno-. Krankloii. sophomore in Imme economics, and Miss .Man Kli a- heih Howk. Cvnilnana. lushman in lionie economics, weie chosen as the cjnccn ' s aiiendanis. f ' l sin Ei.r , BKTH HcnvK ()i I II W M Ha I Its. Ol oM ediaai Al pJta eia ( KU ( O l. MliMSCH Ml.Clinkllk 1 Kl 111 RK k 111 I I. SrOTT Mlir Kllt siii ' iitiNs nixiiN r.iiovw i-. hkiii n i i i s nwis Honorary Agricultural Fraternity Ai.i ' HA Zkia. n.ilioiKil h )ii()r;ii ai i iculliiial oi i aiii alioii. was louiuled al Ohio Stale University in l«y7 and has expanded initil it has loiiy tliapieis al present. Its purpose is m cnnler honor upon the stiidenis v; a signifv that the have the essential quaHiies ol leadership and scholarshii). Each ear a gold medal is presented to the member ol the freshman class who makes the highest standing in the College of Agricultme. I ' he local cha]jter was inslalled on the campus in 1912. ■ ' (itiillx .idvisDix Cdiiniiillci ' W. D. u.ii i DwaC. C Ki) 1 . R. liin M OfHrers Charlie Dixon I ' le.udciil James .Stepliens Vice-PresidenI Charles Barrett Srrrrtnrx Harold Binkley Clnonidrr Frank Bfll I ' m i C: rrac:o I ri ii M( (.oi mku k Wkndeli. Binkm V Thomas Ci i.ton DAnn PFxrus Logan Brown Bfrrv Davis n m.f Scott Carf C. wuNisii JOHN Fki 1)1 Ki( k K ki Vinr KFR Home Economics braternity Foiiudcd (il tlic Vuix ' t-rsity (if Mitincsold i)i 1909 Local Cliiil)li ' i h ' oiitiiUd in III12 Mcinl ci:i in i ' tu iilly Marie Barki.kv Mayi Hdov i h Rom i.i.a Simcklrt Sivrii Krikson Cmiiikim Roik.i ks S vr mi Win i ii (;iiim. Ollucis Nell McCoy Sheuicr Prcsidetil NaiK i ' riiinlilt Vicc-Prcaidenl C.niiilk ' Hedges ... Sccreliiry jcssir W ' liilluld Tictisiiii ' i Me III hers l)l ll AllRWI l K(. M l I l MiKl I I k(. KI I I 1 W IS H M I 1 IiNFZ BaI.S1)|:N IUIS I ' K( ( I(1I IKC.IM W ' INM OW RiiiAlliMiw Ri III RinMioiii M |i I I Wood Jiii IImi. Rcisi I I Si |() . I k , i i I Vol (. M I ollll P J 0 1 M ' - m .SHF.VRfK liM l ' i ' ..IXsliiM M HKI I V TOnil TRIMIH.l- VIOOII M1 II SF.XION WyiTFIFLD liAISDI- ABRAM IIVII TROCIOR ROWBOTIIAM YOUNG IlEDCICS 111 III !■ . wnn.STriN i wn NTVIXS ROBINSON I ARI 1 MI LEN Woman Journalists ' Fraternity Theta Sk.m a I ' m. national honoraiA and piofcssional journalistk liatciniiy for woniL-n, vas lounded at the liiixcTsity o[ W ' ashinoton in 1909. The Clu ' cha])ter was in tallc■(l on this canipus in 19120. Reqniienicnts lor adnnssion in- chide an uppcrclass standing and an ailiw interest in joinnalisni. There aie ihiriv-eislit chajiters al preseni. 11(111111 iii M rill hers F.M Mll Ml H MUIM H K T.l l MUlll A Kkllf.FX Offln ' i.s Tiieodora Nadels tein Presidrul Hetty Eaile I ' icc-Pycsidcul Mary Rees Land Scnrltiry Nelle Ncx ' ins TicaMiiry Mciiihfis ' ii (.tM V l oiiiNsoN l)()Kn]in Wn ! r N 244 Men ' s Journalism l ratcrnity I ' ll! ully Adoiscr Li. Ml K G. Si i. iR D.im ' iI S.ihiis I ' icsidrnI Rosy (;iu|Hlcfi rirr-Prcsictcnl l.iiiKs I). Miplicns Srnrlrny Ra Lailiifiii Treasurer Members ISllI.KVANS MoKIDN KlIIV (.IOI (.l SlTNCI K I ( K .(Mill ' s K i()My Ki l. S( snu Kw Si. |iiiin ( I III Kl M II lidl! 1 M (IM S 1 Mll INM I K I (l l I Ic ll-.l I |rM (M l ()s( l IM l U I.I Mil Si (II I .) f ( fli M ' l ( I l (III l-l I I 1 I KV.. NS M Kl.lk QlU jbelta PUl O 1 - S - f : MI. I.EN FLANNERY ROBINSON W I Mil Kl.K-ll lARI.F- ABEL Ml IN " EI.S MMNS N I1II.SIIIN IT.RRY M ' CI.AIN ASIII.K MIHlllIL Xi Chapter luiuiidfd III llif I ' niT ' CYsily iif Ti tnicsscc ni 1!I1 ' J A naliciiKil honoiaiy literal Iralciiiilx lor women whitii has as ils jnii pose the discovery and entoiiragement of Htcrar) talent among women students. Mem- bership requires a standing ol 2.0 and the submission of an original manuscript of literary value. F, itrons GroRra Iv. liu iiv Francis Gaiiowav L. L. I) n i i i r E. F. F Koi 11 R l ' (l( illl A(li is()y Gran i C. Knight O J fcr.f Kalhryn Flannel) ' Picsldciil Nelle Nevins Vicc-Presidcnl Jean W ' cis Secrclary f3oroth Wiindcrlic h Trcdsincr Members ]ean. llin Theo Nadelstein )i n Veis liFTiv F ' ari.e Xei.i.e Xi vins Dorothy Whm.en Kathrvn Feankrv Airgini Robin.son lloRoiin VrNiirRi irii Pledges Jean .-Vbel M rv Frances McCi.ain .M kgari i Favcor JCNE.VSIIER IJeTTV MiK Hin I. ' l RNA OCNG Lois FTRR I Desha Breckinridge (Chapter I ' ROM sM() 1 |) 1 R I ls| (. 1 R I 1 K l I N •. ( II 1 ' I I KN ■ ' (iii)iili(l (il till- [ ' iiivo.sily of Missoini. HM;! hishd ' .rd nil Cdinjiii . HHI professional or aiii aiion ol stiulcnis ;uti ely inicrc ' slt ' cl in the profession of aclvciiisiiig. lis idi ' al is ilic u])lifiin ; of advciiising as a profession serving ihc Ijiisincss woi 1(1. The major acii ii l Al])ha Delia Sigma is ilic publication of ilie X ' esper |jrogiam. I ' lie memheis an a(ll cl engaged in iisponsihk ' posili(jns on campus public aiions. Mcinbrv.s in lii iilly I K Ii ii( R. II. M(:lM Rl Kstxii C;rf.ii. n 1 I miik I MI s S. SlIROrMllKl C! KR()I I. Weiskj K Oljiiris I I nisi Sliovea President Ross Ciupelell ' i(e-l ' residenl Ike . Ioorc St ' cielary T ' dgai I ' l nil Ticdsinrr Mem hers I.IC.IW GlOKC.J 1•1 K()I •Sll VK FlAIHI RSTCIX l I RH) OCa I. RoBI Rl I ' l.I.ISON Ja.MKS H AC.LER |oll (.OLDSCIINM DINC. ORVII.I.I: I ' aIION (.Ol iis( iiMi disc; MOORi: 1 1 sKor SIIOVI A EU.ISON IHr.IF.R I ' AT ION vo(.i:i. (Ill 1-1 I ITF llpAa 2 elia Si na ScaJpLanJl anxi filaJU II Wni KS I (» MR i ' Ks() OR l LL M( HOIS MOOKI kl I M s|l 1 Ks 111 LL lion ; r.ii.Mok ik ()k {.i vin i i ( (M)n i;i i,i,r)r:K mi vr.Rs I ' l Wlllll I ' AKM lUII.IU MtUi ' in KIII1K lUI M MWI ' .VllU Il KIO Company D, Fourth Regiment XA riOXAL MILIIAR SOCIEl V I ' nmidcd III llir l ' )ir, ' in. il of ] ' i. ( omiii . 1 HO 1 liisliillril nil Ciniijnis. )T1 All hoiioiaiA t;r()U|) )i; :iiii fcl lo dclcnil Anu-iican li adilioiis and iticals, lo jHoinotc ihc inlcifsi oi R. O. T. C . liainin . lo picscixc and lo dc L-l()]) the c-vseii- lial qualities ol good. cffKicm officfis. and lo spread iiuelligeiu inlni iiiation ( on- cerning the niilitaix ie(jtiircnients ol our tountiw Ofjncrs Ik ' Ii 11. Fowler CiijUaiii James M. Xorxell First LicuUniaul Laban P. Jaeksoii Second Lieutenunt Da id L. Klandeis First Sergeant M rill hers Wiiiiwi IV Akiiuu David L. Fi-AM)I-rs GK KMr rRS J Mrs li. Barion Ben B. Fowl, i-r Tom Niciiol,s John H. Bfll John Gii.mor [A.Mrs M. Norvell H RKV BLLLOt:K ChaRI.es C. C.IV C.EOKt.E EI BALER Richard BiiLER Laban P. J. ckson Thomas Rieev Granville B RNK Sidney Kellv Trim; Stewart Frank Cavwood Donald Leqi es Robert L. Shver.s Frederic . . DL Vii.nE IkiM. Moore John H. Travnor Di DLi V Ml Kpin 2 8 Professional (Chemistry Fraternity Idiiiidcil III llic L iiiL ' Cisily uj W ist iiiimii . I ' .KIL: I iishiUcd ())) Caml iis, 1917 Ai I ' ll A (iiii Sk.ma is ilu- oklcsi and largest clicmical liaicTnilv in fxistciuc in IJR- I ' niifil Si. lies, lis ])nii)i)sc is lo siri c lor ilic a l aiKcnifiu oi (lifniisH) boih as a s( iiiKi ' and as a piolcssion. Members iu I ' aniUy Rouiki ll klK R M 111 li. M ' )N (.11 K1 IS liXKKI Mil S lu (.IM H. Hi MM W JOHN R. .Ml Kill I.L H. Hi Ml liiDioKii Will I i Ki i.iiK l " R Ki.iN K. 1 uni-i: OlJicers Rohiii (). lirock Master Aklieinisl Donald W. Riisui Vice-Masler AUIiniiisI Don ). liiinnaidiu 1 Recorder Halfoni ' . C diiull Treiisiner Me HI hers .Madison C:. I ' oKiiis .Vmho.nv H I mi ii i i i i II Uimi )i)ii H. Hoi. Ml s K Ri I ' . R wr ii i i we 1 . .Sisi o ( n Ki 1 V . Rtt w I I 1 l ' lnlo;es JOI . llWI .Xl.l.rs S. KlCNYON I.OI IS 1). I I Ml KIM. ION I I MICH i 1 I Ii I I u Wm.iik G. 1 mom.vs f O Of .1 j n ¥ A mM D- Cs Ts ,t . ' ?! ' l -l- , Ih lk JfA . k SIbCO Kl NMJN RUSH KM ' P LEE lORIiES llIOMAS 111 111 R ROSWn.I. CONMI.L liKINCVRDMR llOl.MIS liROfiK KIISIIR Al fiUa QUi SiCf4fui T jp i -► • - H ■»■ -- — ,(w r:LI VELAMl (.(lUlloN M I I K ,S( llll.l- rill W 1 I 111 KI (IKII UIOMPSON IIIOMAS SMIllK ROlll.RnS liWIII. IlAllV IlKINCARDNER liROCK I ' lUMMIK Lambda Chapter NAIIONAL I ' HNSICS IIOXOK SOCIIEIV Iriinnlcd III lhi ' iihi u Cnllri r. ' i i!h Cinolnni. V2 hisliilliil 1)11 lUiiiijiu.s, I ' .I. ' IO JIic (ili|r( Is ol ihc scitictN sIkiII lie lo si_ ' i c as a means ol awaidin disi iiu l ioii lo those (il lii.uli scholaislii]) in plivsiis, lo promote interest in reseaieh and in llie ad aii(ed sindy ol the suljjeii. and to entoina e a professional spiiit and Iriend- siiip aiiiDiiL; ihose Avlio iia e displaxed maiked ahililN in this study. Mi-mbcvs ill Fill iilly IM llMIN 1.. A. I ' Klilll-; F. V. VARIiURTON (). I . kiiiTUS |.l()ip|i V ' . S. Wtiiii li. I ' . Ramsay OlUccvs . 11. D.iniel Piisiilinl Louis Gordon J ' ice-Pic.sidriil I.xnn Clc eland Scrrclary [ohn Spragens Treasurer Members C.M.lir.ociiiR r. W. .Scm i.E Don liRlNI. ARUM R Louis GORIION F. M. .Sl.ATF.R Rom Ki liRocK BiRNARn Mi.Ms Mike .Snider Merle Cvreer V. H. 1 ' eee John .Si R ra ' NS L-iNN CeEVEEAND . . W. I ' l.IlMMER VaETER ThoMAS Jack Daily R. I.Rici I ' auline Thompson J.H.Daniel J.T. Roiuris Ruth Ve viiierford 2. ' 30 Alpha (janinra (Chapter HONOR R Wli I ' ROI 1 ssiox 1 1 l(). 1 MlsK. I R I I R l n lOR IFN I ' m Ml Aii ' ii (Sinloni:!)- niiisH liaiiiiulv Im imn. w.is louiuUd .i[ llic New Lii.s laiul (;i)i)s(,i ai( r ol Mu i(. lioNtoii. Mass.. in I.S9.S. .Siiuc ili.ii liiiic- ii li;is f r(nvn iiiio a iiaiioiial iiaii ' iiiiiv having (iliy-livc atlivc chapters. vhi(h aie lo he louncl on the (anipuses ol the leaiUni; (olli ' t;es, uiiiveisilies, and (onsci atoi ies ihioui lioul the I ' niled SlaUs. Il has al)oiil IweKo liuiulied aili e nienibers. aiiion;; vlii(h appear ihe names ol .1 i r laii;e proponion ol (he signiluanl men who aie en ;aj;c-(l in line nuisiia! luulei Likings ihi-oiighoiil tile (oiinliy. Ihe hxnial pm pose ol the Iralerniu is " 10 advance ilic ciiise ol music in AiiKiica. to losler the mutual vvellaie and hi ollierhoixl ol suideiits in musii. lo develop ilie 1 1 iicsl IValeiii.d spirit aiiioni; ils members, and lo em outage loyally to ilie Aim. I Matei . " 0 ;rn.s 1 lailowe l " . Dean. )i . I ' lrs. Edgar 1. Hoone Thomas . Iaisl l ' i r-Prcsidriu Iiali . . . . . Sccrctayy-Trrasurer Gcoigc l)i iiuan . •V(f iillx . Idi ' isrr (. i i A. I. win lu .If CCS Hisloriiui 1(1 KM ill 111 M SON Cm ki.i s (.01.1 M N 1 ACk CiOODVKOON 1 .Ml HHII.I. Ill 1 INS jdiiN I ' m I ' lrdii cs RoHKRi- Grim rni JlSMI C RI 1 N Is l l (»(.l 1 RoliKRI S. 1)1 XN ]c.ll Ml 1 KI N11 |lll W 1 1 HI Kill. Ja.mks M. l.msoN a 1 1 M Ml KKIN 11.1.1 . ! ILSON FrVNK (.OODFKM N1) [1 sM M(H N 1 [ ll Oscar Wisnir Rl Ih I IriMslNs 1 tn Mill ' i 1 1 r 11 l l( ZniMl kXlAN IP: f s ' f -7 f J ? •f 5 c i .i iLti 4.ii. ;.k wisxF.R (a iniiii 1)i:an dc can .Marshall lil.N.NF.SON (aitSON liOODVKOO.VTZ llOONL BLKVINS P u Mu AlfJta L M 1 li l M 11 Wli 1 loUMA ll() QUiJpi A. 9. c. e. American Institute of Electrical Engineers Suicknl biaiuh ()rs ;nii ;ni()n of llic profcssiDiKil cni incei ing sdcicLx n))ii|j()st(l of siudcni cn;4inccrs iiucifstcxl in iIr licld ol clcciiical tiigineei ing. Ojlicevs r.ml 1). Ross , Cliiinmini S. I . (jawlord Jice-Chitirutini W . R. Cheiiv Secirliiyy-TyciisuiTi Dean W. E. I ' leciiiaii SjitiD.soi M ( iiihcys A W . AiiKiNS I wu. ' . L. Rk.iimomi R IS. Akmim I Ml J K HooM R Richard E. Si RS C. C. BFGi.rv L. n. How rii Winston Sii ri lilRKU V Bl NNKSON E. P. K RK STANLEY Silt WMAKl R Fri I) CRvwFORn Edwin Krssi I R Filmore Slater Urim R DixoN J. T. I.wvRrNcE R i.rHS irni RoBLEV Evans Gaston Nf Keel Elmer Tilly Thomas Gore G. T. Xichoi.son E. C. ' EDnINr. JwiEs F. Grecorv T. J. Paiterson a. [, ikoef MR HoI[ D Y GlvPlNDLEEON Pi TE 7.AH RI S American Society of Meclianical I nginccrs The siiuUni hraiuli of iliis orj am ' alion lias as its main ijiirposc id t ' nc()iira c ' iineicst in nice liaiiiial I ' ngintci ing aninni; ilic students ol tliat (lc|jai tment. In accord with this |)iii|}()se, in.s|jccti()n toms ol ins;iiitciin;j; plants arc spoiisoicd. and wcckh let lines aic dciivcicd h lota! cn!;inccis. stndcnis. and hutiltv intinl)cis. Ofliccrs I liomas Hal luon Hem y Miller )i Not well I. Gehhari William I dw i ( ' Jiiiii mini . . . l ' i( c-CJiiiiniinii .... Secretary rrrasiircr Ol ni K 15. . l.l)l KM VN Rom Ki I.. Borrs U MONIi V. Kk ih 1 V Wii.c.i s S. Ukomi I i I.. I ' MKK K liRI W I II Klt I., liri I (i( K Mi KI I (. KI I l II 111 H 1) W IS Rl M 1)1 III II ' I ' O W ' li 1 1 M K. D R 0K l II I. ( l ml VKI |(lll ( ' .. (.11 MOK Rom KI I ' . (.11 ion II 1 I l K. (.KM NMI I I ( ol I II K H Ml. Will I l 1. II R ION Ro ' ii KI S. Hm.i I I wii s W. Hoi I Rl II KII lloi l.l . Meiiihers I ll KM W 1). I MM s i.dw ki) i mm kson [amis H. |oii so I.MI KS() (,. )oV(:l 1.1 w IS (.. Kkiss II I I M I . I I1 VK I IS II, I((, IN (II KI I V . l( |) I M I 1 |oii A. l( l losii 111 lOKI) I. l MION li M IIOMI KO . . Ml ( III KO III K KI) I.. .Ml KKISS 111 RV M. Mm. I. IK I R l IS |. Mo K.OMI K (. K I MoKI I II W II II wi K. Mosi 1.1 Jons (.1 KI IS i w .Mii.ioKi) . . ii.i;s (.11 vi.Ki s H. Ol i V )AMI S ' . I ' lMCK )oil I ' .. I ' l N ) «:K R. I ' lKKlN.S Cm ki.i s I ' . R I EVES Rl (.i.sAi.i) I. Rice I IIOM s R. Rii.ev llo« AKl) (.. S( 111 REEU ' S )oll |. Sill lllAX MlKI SSIDIR . (). SlOSE I WII s I . l OK l KI I I RR |oll II 1 U NI ()K Ml U1 l. 1(1 I UI (. I 1 ( II II I I WI . Will 1 1 I. M Rl l I I.. Ill.OOM IrEI) (lROUl.E ■ A S. M. . 7. s. e. s. American Society of Civil Engineers A siuilent Iji.LiiLh ol the n.uional society or aiii cd to promote interest and int ' oi niation eoneeriiing engineerino projects in ci il engineering. Officers J. E. Adams Pir.sidcul R. G. Weeldon Vue-Prcsidoit . B. Auping Scnrliny K. A. Barker Tit ' iisinri I ' lcil. W. ). Cairel fiii iill Advisoi Mnnhry.s J.E.Adams J.E. Hi.nrv C . I . RoBrRsox V. B. . iiMNC Wu.M i Hoi.srr.K J.l. Roiuris J. H. n wrs ). Hi i) H. C. S.VTTFRFin.D |. E. R RR ) T. li. |(HI so C. V. SVINDERS K.A. 11 RK1R |. I,. Er(.(.i n Jr. K. V. .Sh,vri I ' . E. Hr m mr II II I (HI I I C;. . . Stagcs 1). M.Rro k)k. I I li (ii J.n.SiirrRM C.C. Broun E. C;. M(,Im Rr C. B. TrRRn.i. V. C. CwNON (:. I-. Mosruv G. R. ' TKr s W . .1)|NMS1(1 I,.(. |IS 1 R. (.. [Ml I llO R, !■:. I ' isii R W , I ' Kiiii B II 1. 1 " . I ' l ll M RS li. 1 I Rl c l IIS I ' . I WlllM C . E. Rimiii s 256 Minin and Mctallur ical TiiF. XoKwooi) MiNiNf: A n Mi lAii i rcicaf. Soiii iv w;is lounilcd in 1910 to further interest in ilie field ol mining and iiietalling . In l9;i,S it hecnnc a student hr.iiuli i l ilic A. I. M. I ' . and ,ii prcsiin all nuiulx-is are sliideni associates ol flu national oigani alion. Olfin-is I. (land R. ilnnii.ikir I ' rrsidriil ' esle K. Mini;;. 1 , . Vice-President Robert M. C;iaie Srnrlaiy f.ilm W. r.i oi Tmisinry Mcmbrrs V.I,. Hill. (1 R.] i iM I 1. I ' Aii. j. . . .Sf:i 1)1)1 R R l DisiiiiM 11 S(K()(aiAM I). R. BlRRV { liol 1 I U SlUlllIM K. K. Coi.i.iNs .r.c;i uk c;.i.. |ivsi L. C. JOIINSO.V |.. .C:Kllk ( ' .. FlOM) W. |. I.ION R11 . . 1). K N() l( II 1. W. IIOKIM II I Rll I V 1) I I Uls 111 SlRl K 1.. i . .Mddri; li(Mii iR R. . (:iv ). M. l ' Kso s I o uu-ood MlnUtxj, Pn -Med Pryor Pre-Medical Society liii I ' K ' ioK Pri i Ii DicAi, Socii- n was louiulcil in 1915, by l)i. [. W. I ' lvoi. lor the purpose ol " uniliiit llit ' pii-nicdiial sliidcnls into a IxkU wliidi will proinoU ' llifii inlcTcsIs and instill in lluin llic ideals Avoilhx ol llieii Inlurc |)iof( ' ssi()n. " . I ' lanklin ' allace Pn:si,l,-,il Frank V. Davis Vi(C-Presidnil ]. E. Eversole Senetnry Hciherl Swariz Trcdsinrv Fill iiUy Advisers A. HkAUIR W , I). I ' l ' NKlKll ' SI K r. I ' . Si III K I.(1 C H KKI K1IS I . (.. Sill KWIJOll MM. W Hill Mciiilx ' rs Dl.N U. liARKIR |. l:. |-.MKS(IM hf K()M) Rl ll 1,1- WIS BARKIR I RWI I s 1 ' R MiOl 11.11 (.I(1K .1, Rl I II Hi .ii Hi i I Roc.i ksi I ' l sos Cii RI I s R CRUI lilR(.l l. R. (.1 IIIRM W ' VRRI Si R(.l I A. W.Rom I Rissi i I. H i i |. I.. Sill R. i ||MRR S(1 I IIOM S H 1I liROOK K. ' . Smi III I ' liii.ii ' Carii R IliRMiii | M Marvin .Smith MaRIHaCHAI ' VFT (.1 I K|MI LlON.SiMN Ca-KNN Conv KiRKi i I ,. Ki I 11 II Raymond SiTUVRr RoBI Rl COLKM AN I ' XRKI R I. R X II AmI I.IA TAI BOTT l.ARRV Collins NIark . I ri oui Nancy Toim R. W. CONLEL ROOKLK XUCi SK1 V ' l UNARIl F. ' o.sS Maniiii.C.orf.y I a k Moiini h ii ' Www i (a.LNN CRI ICII Ksilll R MON ICOMI RS WllI.IAM R.W ' KkS Frank Dams RvxmonhO. Ior(. n Hr(Mi Williams (). 1 " . Dams | iis sii John 1). Wilson Don F)oiiKiR MissOuiNS Flo Wilson 258 Baptist Ckih Tim: Uai ' IIm .Sii dim L ' mon was IduiidLil ai one ol jui soiuhciii collfues in HMS. I lie organization was foundrd (in ilu- University of Kentu(k campus in l ' J31. ' I ill lia|il isi MiuU 111 I 1 1 ion is iIk- toniui lini; liiik liclwri ii ilic i ollegc sliuicni and i1r- loial ( )ll(i_;c (liiiuli. lis liii liest )ljje(li e is to (iilisi iiallv. in and lln )ii ;ii its sepal ale oigani alioiis. r (i siiuleiil and ( oiiiniiiiiiu nu iiiliei oi the l " ni eisil ,ii ihal reiii;ioiis a(li il oi a(li ilies wliuii he needs hn his lii liesl Chiisiian dexelopnuin and sjiiiiiiial i;ioxMii. I ' lK llllX Sj)l)II.SII)S M I Ik. ON J . k. Km r Ofjiccrs William A. I.aiiikin |i . . . l)a i(l I ' eiiiis ]■ a I alhaii Rowe I ' .ilU lloll . . Pre si lit- III . . . . I i r-l ' rcsidrut S ' (-r clary Ficiisini ' ) Iai)v la I. A I KINS Roill Kl A I KINS Ar IN I ' ., lil N(a K John Y. C s L Ci.i I i.xNi) Rom Kl S. 1)1 NNV SlDNI X 1 I I ON(. Ha71I Doi I III I I Mi-iiihos ( l I ' liit ' risily Coiiik il Kl I II r.croN Kolll l I l ' ' .V NS 1 U. I Kl I I I ' OKIl Itii I Kill I ( I K Hi (airs I I (a Nl JOHNSON II I I l A. I.WlkIN |l(. lim ( I i » I 1 1 N WMI I I Ml () M NS II ll I ' l I I IS IKcaNI 1 1 I M s M i I I 1 iii III Kl N 1 I ' .VA lai 1 1 N Kou I AfllDHI II W ' ll.l! I ' OHI IK Will I I [ AI Rl I W II I Is 259 . s. y. Piihin Qlua Religious and Social Ti) lead ihc sUulcnts in llu-ir thinkiiiL; on llii; ulit ious and social alucs ol ' life. James Stephens Pirsidriil Riilli Ellon ricc-Prcsiili-iil liillie Leet Scrrcltny-Ticdsurci AlemJicrs Ci.ARrNcr, Ai.iiiui Rriii Pi k Roberta A iKiNs Birion Hawkins M k | i Rohv CvRiis Ai.i.i N Jami s H (;i ER M R in Rii I Ralph Uirii() W ' l i ii joNrs ircim Ra i C Ri, Cami ' N ' Isii Mar|()RM |i ki s Don i II Rii si 1 k Vil.i,i M C ' .R Mc El, I Mil III Ann Kki Kai. |issii Rom Annf. ClIAMIll RS M m: I M I.ow I MMKa Rll. N Fxi ABi- III C ow N Ann1, ni. Rosi I I Si xion !■ RRIS (.1 I I I.VNIl R V I.MIIRIM Loi ' lSI Sl.ATON A.NNABi 1.1 1 I) wis [ K ' l RmsI. nii DwrScoiT RiiDoi. I ' ll 1)1 Rooiir. Kmiiirini Imi n I.isiii- Scott Hari.ou 1)1 an M ki. ui I M Rki.i [mavN SNTiiit KLI ABK IH DOVI.I ' , l SUK l UIO K I ' Ml Sl.ATON S. V. Dan i .i.iK I i os r M ii n |oiin SpRAia-Ns ROBKRT DKNNV 1 U I II I| II mil. I o l Sl ' R (,l NS 1 ' ' r nk V. Kl.l.l.s nn I ni Ii(;im , i (;n Kiis I vkkini.ion ROBI.RT K ANS llll NiMNS . l IIDRI I) Vl Bii Robert R. Fri I Bi ' Ri; I.oiim Xiciioi.s | m , i.r.i Vi bii John Fi.ovn Hon Koi N ' orion DciRonn W ' hm.in MARiaiERiii Ford Chari.i s ()i ni . . I,. Wii iioiii |ANI F " RriM N ROBIRI OiNIV C!llARl Ol ir W ' iBir Frank GooiiFRii Nil Kmiiirini I ' rk ' iR(aNi W ' insiow Keli.v Hai ia D mi) I ' l 1 lis C.urh.s Wh.i.moi i RiCVERl.NI) Hai 1 A. V. I ' l.llM.MIR M ARV 1 " . WlLI.MOTl KAI.I ' H HA.MMI RSIA- IVVRI- N ' . I ' lAK (oSEPH Will SON RiiTH H KMMiRsi.v SiisxN Price ii i i i ii i.son :?fin MiiUandf. MuiiGA First roic, left to right: Major C3. N Hanaolph. Lt-Col u K Biewer. Major B L L uca-s, Second row: Major E. E. Morrow. Major Austin Triplett. Major I. C. Scudder; Back Rorc: Staff Serg, H, S. Hoy. Master S?rg. J. S. Short. Staff Sorg. E. O. Kinkcr. Staff Serg. Fred Perkins. ,si:m()R,s - MKi.i) ()1 ' Fic;i:r,s Colnncl Kor.i Ki I. Sin IKS Licillfiiiiiil Colonels 1) W III I.. Il will IC ( ' ,11 jihiiii ' . Iki II 1( ( .III IIKII k )(lll I . Ml ki N l ' llUlM S H. XlClKll.S I wii . M (m 1 11 I ' I.sl Ll( lllcililllls ROEBRI E. GlLMOR Earl R. Martin Ike M. Moore Second LieiiU-iiinils Waeier X. I ' lipi ' IN. Jr. . Leweli. Garreson John C Giemor WlELEVlSI W. GrEENUELL Charles C. Gi v COLLH R H i 1 Charles T. Hi inrkh tho e s h. [oiinson Edmi ' M) p. K rr GeoR(.E H. K AST James K. Kellonh [AMES L. Legoett Don AM) L. Lt qlif.s Hon I,. r no ELL 111 K kll I.. Ml RKISS H KK1 III I 1 (1( Is I Mhs W II RU1 RkII ARIl H. lU II.ER U ML |. GlEllEKl I.MIAN I ' . I A KMIN ,Sii) EV M. Kelly Francis L. C wvood St nton G. IlOMIl KO Roiii RT W. Form Mir 15l N B. I ' dWl I K W ' ll El i H. Aki in R Ch rees . . Baku, [oiiN H. Bi EL. Jr. [oiiN B. Breckinridge Gk n ii.i.E B. Byrne J. Donald Conrad Fred Crawford Ja.mes V. Clrtis Edgar M. Deats Kennedy Dickson Fkvnki.in B. Drydex William K. Dyer W II 1 lAM V. Ensminger Robert P. Evans Charles H. Eutng Gi-Ni M 1 Ks I ' llOMAS R. Rii I CllARl I S V. SM Nlll KS .Ml Ri .M. i( 1 I Ik VNKLIN WaI 1 ( E. [k. doix.e l. ' |iii ' i ' le Dudley C. Mi rehy George L. Xeihvi er .Stanley P. Xeverdoski John H. Traynor |(ii B. Ork Kennmii C. R nor Charles L. Ryan Ernest E. .Sho ea John P. Slaton Byron P. Spears Edgar P. .Stephens Henry T. Stewart John D. Sltterlin Kenneth Sylvester Walter G. Thomas Chareis . . ' ance Ben C. Willis Willi i S. Yager In 1 . . ' (H•NC 262 |1 I()KS )i r I IS. iu is C;i K1 Ml II. l 11KI . |K. I Kl II K. It kl K ( M UI I s l It KKI I I I Kkl II l. |( VKK II KI1I II ItlNKI.I V III . ItllU I l (; |i I I W . liiiM I II KI S I-.. I5KI1M . (k. K Kkou Akiiii k I . Hksvin l-.KNM I.. (.1 l 1 I l 1)1 X H. (ol 1 INS I- KM M I-.. Cm 1 INS R M I ' ll II. Com. I i lox Hm I III K N . Cowl 1.1 Mil II K I ' . CoKlIlN I 1 I.IM (.ORIM Ri not I ' ll III RooDi I I Ml K W. I) « K1 Kl NM 111 Dow M (. Sergeants III Kill Kl I . 1)1 ( W Cll KI I s i . 1)1 w Si s ion (,. DoNiii Ko l. RhN I W. I-.IIMONSON I ' kxnk V. Kills JOSI I ' ll J. r.NNI KIM. (;i-:ciRc.h J. I ' lsii R Iki i K. I ' I i m ks John U. l- ' ioMi M MIISON C. I ' OKIll s I ' KVNM IN M. I-OSII R IlllR l 1 M. I ' KVNkI IN Rom Kl C. I ' Ki I HI R(, I KXNK l. (. MNI S I M1S 1. (. KKIS(IN . 1.1 1 I 1 (. VKRISON Ok I). II KINS Sl N1 I X II S Josi I ' ll Hicks I ' kvnk IIii I I I J Kill Kl I I III! I NMI X I K I ' ORKI SI |. Iloi.l I Mil ION It. 11(11 I ll I Mi s Hoi I , |R. I M K I loo I K Rom Kl I. Hoi i hi s Willi I I . Ill SKIN (;i Kl IS K. Hi I ION I ' oRISI (,. I Wll s (;il KI 1 S S. |oNI S Col 1 M XN I ' . )l IIV . l.l 1 N S. kl NXON I KI I s (). I.XNIIKI M (. { KI I s li. M MIIION 111 Kl Ml M (.(ll I IN S M M l( OoNMIl Will I M li. l( (. K I ' liii II ' M. Mm I s C:il KI I S I). MOKM I.. I ' KI IX Ml RR X Swi I . isui 11 I MOM s li I ' VKKV Ormi 1 1 M. P rroN Km.AR D. I ' FNN Akihi K W. Pi r i UR I ' llll II ' I . I ' OKII KMI I II. |{ KxRi. K. R M ' l ' I WHS ,S. SAi.itR . l 111 RI W. SCHRK K M l IN R. SniRH I « K Sll ANKl IN I ' ll l.MORK M. SlMl R Jamks Smu Cll R1 1 s II S ii III [osi I ' ll K Spi ks R NKIN I KKRX R M I ' ll N. IlIOM s John B. li rni r J WHS R. W ' m.kir (;roRf;i R, W ' aikins John W ' isi Josi I ' ll R. Wii i son C.I RI N I It W III I I Sl ' ( )NS( )RS Coloiirl I ' , iii X Si I 1 1 I. I .irulriitiul Colonels |i NNi I ' M Hi I I. I list It.iii.iliiiN l ' . i ORi.VK, Sciuiul ll.illalioii Cll jit (I Ills V. I I N ll OUl KS. C(1III|).II1 A Mwili M MIIION. Coiii|):iii It l)0K0lll Ml CXMMISII. Clllll| .lll C IrI NI S| ' RKS. Coiiipnin I ' . M R I, or Si Rk. (;oiii|);iii V ]■ I I N ! i isi I k, Cuiii|i;in ( . First TOW, le;t to right: Stivers. Settle: Second row: Myers. ORcar, Flanders. Bell, Bullock; Back Row: Butler. McCammish, Sparks. Maddox, McAlister. Flowers. Star. Kelly. 2Gj MlUtaAif, MiiUoA l T! P 1 u r c -a i» C -a O o 0) 264 T ■ -a i o c u 265 Miiiia PeMHincj, (liylel Honorary Military Fraternity I ' krshimu Rui.KS. national honoiarv l asic mililai lialL-rniix. isa ' i loinulcd ,ii ilic l ' ni ci- siiN ol Nebraska in 1894 by General John J. Pershing. Conipain C was inslalletl on ihe cani|nis in H)31 and is known as ihe George A. Knight chapter in honor of the drillniaster who helped establish it and served for the first three years as its instructor. The conipanv has won the reg- imental chanijjionship for five consecutive years which is e ery year that it has entered. Its aim is to ]jroniote good citizenship and military efficienev in the iinixersiiies ol the nation. Major I. C. Sciuldcr is the present drillniaster for the company. First Lieutenant D. L. Flander.s Captnin R. L. Stnevs Second Lieutenant R. H. Butler Second Lieutenant H. E. Bullocl First Sergeant M. R. Downey R. Brown R. B. Congleton F. F. Plo ver.s R. C. Freeburg E. E. Collins R. Batterton W. N. Boaz R.W. Bachmever .T. D. Bell D. Blythe T. R. Bryant L. C. Caldwell L. Carl O. P. Carter O. W. Cliipman J. Creech R. L. Dickerson R. T. Dixon C. G. Depp W. J. Drummy T. Dunlap W. S. Duty J. R. Fields J. ? . Fulmer E. Downard J. P. Boiling P. P. Davis J. F. Gay D. Gooch M. B. Gutherie R, M. Hanson R. H. Hays L. A. Heine G- R. Huckle E, F Kumaird D L.nbore C. N. Landrum E, H- Long R. L. Lvons H. W. May O. McCutcheon F. B. Roberts S- D. Roberts J. P. Rose P. M. Gains A. Dotson J. S. Parcht M. W, Powler J. V. Russel B. Scott S. Havs J. W. Holt SojtlioiN ' H ' r W. H. Hall W. B. Hendry J. J. Howard I ' rcsliincn R. T. Sweeney J. Taul C. O- Landrum S. M, McDonald P M. Miles S. Nisbett A. W. Plummer J. B. Turiier J. Wilson A. W. Moffett E. C- Mullen E. R. Randall D. V. Terrell W. L. Tudor A. Smith C. Sternberg J. D. Wilson H. K. Wood P. W. Theis W. T. Young J. R, Woodyard J. C, Walsh rt5kiib rfc( .N FLANOI-RS 2G6 I. W. B. 1.1 W I RoniNSON i«iin W I I)1 kl K II II I.1 15 (ll MIKIllll I M ' .nwi snir R!) Ml Df.r.s ,m K( i m ii ki rolllNM I)I1.S1II 1 I.OIIR MIKItll. W l HI 1 1] IK IM AMlLkSON nil I I s V( MM III] K Association of Women Students riic Asscniatioii ol Women SliulciUs is llic oiilv 01 i .ini alioii on tlic (.niipus ol which .ill A onic ' n are aiUoniaiitally members. 1 he A. W. S. Ailminisii aii e (ioiiiuil. ekxled by Avomen. is llie re])resenlali e noxerninL; boch. and has as ils linulion. ihe piomotio)i ol ihe Avellare and bi ' ller li ing toiulilions loi ihe women si lukms. In addilion lo |)Ld)lishini; and enloiiim; le iil.ilioiis, ihe (oinuil ihis e.n ,il- lempled lo aetomplish other projects lor the benilil ol .ill L ' nnersity Avomeii. These jjiojects included: Campus C otisin mo emenl. eiilei tainment lor Ireshman •omen, Popidarii Clinic, preseiuaiioii ol scholarship a vards to outstanding junior -women, ancl sponsoiing ol .SingSing Nights (eamptis community sings). OQkers X ' irginia Robinson Pvcsulciil Theodora Nadelsteiii J ' lce-Presidoil Mary Neal ' alden Sccreliiiy Camille Hedges Treasurer Council Members Jessie Koby. Tnxcn Representative Louise .Sheparcl. Zrta Tan Alliliii licUv MiU ' hfll. llo (l Hull President M.irie Beebe. Al [ilin Xi DelUi Ilcltv Lou Holslcin. Dnnlinr House Siisau . inlcis() . ISoyd Hull Rej). Marie Marcum. .Ujiliii Citininui Delta Llsic jean Goilboul. Huddle House Dorolln Muriel. lioxd Hall Rep. Bettv Beulay, Clii Onu-ga Ruth Dillcv, MoiUgonicry House lloioiliv W ' lUKierlith. Patterson Prcs. Helen Irvine, Delta Delta Delta Mamie Hart. Sliilhy House Susan Sin (lev. Patterson Representative Dixie . bi ' am. Delta ' .eta Elizabetli Johnson. ,S7( i(f ; House i:i()ise I ' olhasl. Patterson Representative Carol Flohr. Kappa Delta Marrv Edilh Batli. Pan-Hellenie . mr.i ( ' .. l i es. .Ilplui Delia Tlieta Clara Bush. Kajipa Kappa C.aninia Dorolln Whaleii. J ' . 11. (• ' . . . 208 Men ' s (jovernin H()d Till MiNS .Stidf.nt GovFRNMiM hoclv. in coiijmuiioii wiili 1. 1. Jotics. dcaii of men. is em|) ) vfrcil lo (oiurol ilic t tiifial coiuliui ol sliulcnt social activ- ilics and lo disc i|)linc llic (oiuhiil ol iiiuki, ;raduaHN. All -.ULdiiu eli( lions arc iuld iiiuU r lliiii Slip; r isioii. Oljiicys I ..iliaii )a( kM)ii )(ilin M( Kluira . . . . Rol);i I f iiatc . . I ' icsitliiil I ' icc-Prcsidriil Srrirlnry Ex )lli i (1 I cm I) c rs |aiiics Anileisdii. luliltn of llic Kriiluchiiiii (;cor.!»c Spentcr. Kdilor of I he Kernel KciiMctli R;ivnor, Piesiilrnt hilerPralenilly CoiiiiiU Ridiard lUillcr. P)esi leitl Senior Class Kohcn (.race. Men ' s Dorniilory Rel resenlnlive |(iliM Ii Kcniicy. President Omicrnn Delia Knjijia .1 j)j)i)iiilc(l Me III hers I.ahaii [aikson. Collei e of ,l; rirnlliire Ike Moore. College of Arts anil Sciences nanicl Scon. College of Commerce . !.. (laiiison. C()lle e of luhiaitioii I ' aiil Ross. College of Engineering |ohn na iv Cnlh.rr -i ,nr O f .kjit A ik -A ] (:KSO M Kl M " » (.K ( 1 Sfdil AMirUSON sl ' I ( 1 R mVIS (. VKRIM N MOORI Btude ii Qo44 cil Pan - KM-eUe nia C AI.I.Ar.lIFR RAMI WlldlimRN SHORT RANDOlrll liRoxvN sriLZ r K riK lonn i.vons i.out- MIRWI I K.DN AU.EN H IIIV (.IIBIRT RWKIN Woman ' s Pan-Hellenic Association A group ol repicscnt;ui fs ol social soroiities orgaiii ed to foster cooperation and obsc ' r ancc of social nilcs and to eiicoiiiage scholaiship and good will among s ovoiitv vonien. Each soioiitv lias two representatives. The officers arc rotated attoiding to the tlate of the sororities ' establishment on the campus. Mary Edith Bach Pirsidcul Mai joi ie Gallagher Srcreliny Eleanoi Randolph Tii-a.sincy J{rj)}( ' .u-)ilfilivt ' .s .lljihii Delhi I ' licld Chi Oiiiciiii Kiipjiii Delia Mary Edith Bach Ji an Allen Ele.vnor R wdolph Reva .Sexton Martha Lowe Elizabeth Eicon lljiliii Cdiinnii Drllii Dritii Delhi Delia Kajijia Kal l a Camilla Helen Farmer Jeanne Short Bettie Gilbert Mary Ann Stilz t RY Todd Anne La v Lyons Aljiha Xi Delia Delia Zela Zrin Tnii Alpha Hazel Brown Edith AV ' oodburn Marjorie Gaitacher .Alice Bailey Dixie. nR M Hattie Richie 270 Intcrfratcrnity Council Illi Im 1 ri ra 1 1 RNi 1 C oi Nc:ii. is (oiuijosid ol oik- iiicini)ii fioni ciidi of I he iiicn ' s scxial fialci iiilics on liie cmipus. lis olijoct: to isialilisli and mainlain a liainionious rclalioiislii]) anion li .ilii niiiis, lo Uaw coopcialion Ixlwcin lia- icrniliis and llu ' rni trsil ol Kcnuuky. lo ciuouiagc a high slandard oi sihohu- ship, and lo loslci all a(li ilics ihat advaiKcs ilu- hcsi innicsis ol ilif I ' nivcisilv and liic Iratfiniiii ' s. M(inl)CTs arc clfclcd annualh. li is ilic (iivloin loi llic ( outu il lo send a nprcst-ntaliM ' to tlu ' annnal Xalional inlti li aui nii (ionliiciuc- lo ic|Jic.scni ihr I ' iii ci " sil) ol Kentucky Intel liauiniu (Council. Olliirr.s Kcrinilh C. R.imioi. Drlla ( ' .In Prcsidciil Hen I ' owlcT. Drihi ' I ' liii Dcllii I ' lcc-Piesidcnl l)iidl( llowiTs, SigiiiH I ' lii Epsilo)! St ' cirldty Iack 11 McKall. Kajijxi Sioiitn ... Tirtisiiiry Mcinhcis (Miarks Ikincii. :Uj)ha (• iiniiut RIid C. 1. iiiii sdi. Si iii(i Aljilui F.j) ih)ii Ro ;cr liiown. Aljilid Tun Oiiir n Ra l.ailiicni, ' ( Sioiiia Kiij)j)ii lahcr liifWCT. ' ; Drlln Tlirhi 1 oiiis XrUon, ' l ' ii(iii; lf ' 11(1111.111 hciiMiii. Sii niii ( ' .III |a ' k Sioiic. ' Kiijijiii Tini 1 )( l uiisldji. kiiji iii lljiliii lal;;,ii S|i|]Ikiis. l.iimliilii ( ' .In lllilni kriiiuih Downing, lljiliii Si j iiiii I ' lii lOni R. I.isloi. ' ; Knjijin Aljilin R(. iinl(ls W.ilkins. Sioiiia Sn (Ti f f fS 1 p P C f i i IIXRRIIT MKSON UROWN UAIKINS 1 l.OVVF.RS T.Wl.OR .SM ' NDIRS Ml ICAI.F DOTSON URT WI R I OWl.I R ypr.PIlKN.S 9 nie iJi ate iHitu Nr.w E (.i. ei;rin(, Bi ii.dix ' ,. Under Coxmriciion Mi Ayic Band University of Kentucky Band l-.l Wl si) riu ' I ' lliv Ll sil nl l L ' IULKk . In iiiciiis 1)1 hand .ind Dulicslta CDiKcrls and ladiii In iiadi asis, has icalh ilcvch ()|ifd insminicnial imisit iii ihc slate dining iIr: past lew years. I he hand, un.dii llic diictlion nl John Ix ' wis, [i.. s one ol ihc most atti e organizations on the canij)ii,s. Beside.s |)la ini; loi ihe x.nious e ' ents that are aiilhori ed h the adiiiinisti ation. the hand iJerlornis at loolhall and haskethall t anies, pej) iiR ' tiiiii;s, Freshman Nii;hl. l;i adiiation ex- ercises. militar paiades. radio Ijroackasts. and piesenis insiMiincnlal soloists ,ind enscnihles. Members of the haml are piesented as soloists and in xaiions ensembles at each ol the con- ceits. The Kentucky wp} .school contest selections aie piesented in a series ol radio proL iams, and ihis sear the i)and played the contest nimibers at the lall and winter meeting ol the Ren- tiick - Band and Orchestra Directors ' .Association. Dining the spring, the band is engaged in niilitaix paiades whiili are terminated with I ' ield Dav and ins]5Cttion ol the entire R. (). I ' . C. unit ol llie l ' ni eisii . I his season the hand accomiKinied the loolhall team to .VllaiUa and knowille and leceived Avide acclaim Irom the ne vspapeis ol these cit ies. MFMr.F.RS OF FFIF I5AXD llcjl ' . (.Kll I I I II Hi ki Hi i mi i CH. K[.I s (. Mil Wll I ' l KCi law IS Fk.wk F.ci.is J. (:k McC ' .ARiin (l SSr C ' .AKDI N Rom Ri Connor Rich rii Stars I ( K I ' l KKI S Wii.iiiiR Ki i.ros! Hakrv Zimmi rma TiioM s Marsmai.i. 7 " KtinliDiirs 1. 1 CIKI.I 1)1 ( Will I Wl Sl l l ION Cornels Vn.FRrn Corm-ti I cK Hickman ,S. V. D w r i.i R ICrwdoi) Lons Ar m ' Vh.m m Br I)1,i V [oiiN Clark EL V RoiiFRTS Hoi lis RicirvRn Liavis Wr.si.KV Mii. ra-.R Ra MONIl C ARIA ' liii.i.v .Smoot Parkfr LaBacii RaKI, ' ()f.FI, Mf.rrii.i. Hi ' r.nFs Fraxk Mainous JOFIN VORTHl (.T ) AVii 1.1 M ' i( Ks JAMFS P Al.MORl John Rovsf Paul Eubank John f(;F Ri Nn ]- ' n Ki) ' i I 1 i 27-1 University of Kcntiickx I and iUiiiloilfs IkvSK (.OODl km Ml llll.I, C.ONI.FV W KKr Ckii I r III II I I 1 ll IKIIS Koi ' .i i I 1)1 S ixitl)li()nis Rl III HllSKINS I.AI ' RI N ;l. R :M Kl W. r.DWARIl SiK.II, M i II. .S ;iU)i IMAN l-RWH Uowslll R I) 1MI 1I (.1 1 II 1 DriniLs 1 KS( 111 1 Ok M ( K I ' dKII K MiRRIII HllMNS l- ' kl 11 ( ' .kllW 1 1 Os : K W ' isM k |. I.. Run Ri)s ) Cl.II I ORI) Sll v J. I). KiKKI ' MKICK II KI ()U 1 Dl w C.lin iucis Willi M Willi 1 I ' .Dc XK Uoom: I.I ii i I ' l i i.i ), Willi 1 SiKOl Illl.l.V (m ICINR |iiii W Harold K vi C ' .I.IMON I ' l ' OKI R 1 ' I l 1 k l-, s W ' lLl.iA.M r.. RollM Gl )Rr;i ■ wci V R 1 Ii KiM i Loi IS !• " . 1! vkki K | )ll (. KRI III Jol W ' l 1 III Kll.l. Kinv ki) ||M 1 ksoN J ( K (.OODVKOOM . l III Rl Sill KM N ) )ii Okmiori r liiis.srs Kl NM III V i 1 ;i ' ( II KI I V U KKI K l (.r )H(.i |iin s(i til kl 1 s W Ml I ' HIN 111 1 () v 1 W. R(i i M i Ull 1 (ill ( 1 III) l(t!i KIN INll 1 1 k l it I fi!(ts II I I v i ( ). Si(i i Kill l 1 UlnN 1 1 Nil 1 1 )i II III M ll I ' ll s ; 1 lu K i ll 11 I ' ll IS(1 j ' .kl ( 1 Si 1 ii Sjxjiisor 1 n 11 liii Pcy.soH iii ' l Mdiingcy R(iM i in Ci iNKsrM.KS |llll I.l W IS Howard Dai.i. 275 3 uui n ,rPr Girls ' Glee Club The 1)1 s aiii .ilii)ii allDidinn an cxccllcni npiini tuiiilv Im pai lit ipalion in imiNic atiixiu. prcsciUs scNCial concerts in neighljoi in " lowns and a conceit ar- iany;cnicTit ol an fjpcra in choiiis with the Men ' s Glee Ciiili. J)nc( li)v Mil iiui i I.I w Is . l( ( oin jiiiiiist l UI 11 Sl 1 1)1 KM l Mcinlif) s Hi 1 n m M)i u Mini tlui k ii 1 )(»K(H ll Ol SI 1.1. 1M Al 1 ISCIN 111 1 1 1 111 1 JOM.-. , 1 k 111 Mil 111 Rl 1 |- ' .l.l IU III li l 1 Kli OsMI 1 . |()M S HlllN ROHINSON |X(.I I H M 1 1 KKIN Ui iii K. |(i is FaNMF FLl IHFkFOkll M RIK hk M M ti II I. Rl ( 1 ' ii«MMA I i:rri ' sr ■ M KV I-.. C 1 !. " i I.cr Mr ]■ Mil I) RosF IT .Six ro ' M K B. C;i I i(i 1 XM M MtSll 1 1. A . M. Ill ui ' Ai.irn DoiK.i Kl 1 n li K III 1 1 X ' IRCIM I n Kr Rl III I ' l ION 1 m;i, ui I Mdiiui Kl 1 Mil III 1 11 1 1 1 .S K 1I l-.v s V 1 (.isi M til w l Mm W Ml ( 1 I 1 I " t I ' A s Rl 1 11 M i i)(i .M KI II S Kkl Rl 1 II (i I )ni ((i in M 1 kki i.i. U kii k W II 1 .M Ki (. Kini()i sr |l () 1 KMKl 1 1 l 1 K 11 KFXSDS M KI. K1 1 (.Kl MIlOl sr Iv.Vl HlklM 1 ' kK I.Ol ISF W VTIS An.m (.11% Bftt ' ) Piiir rs SiF Knox Winis EuzAiii III n i 1 Bf ATRICF I ' ICC. F.1.N WlNKI.FR Ink H v ki s Susan Prui Marie Quisfnbi rr 276 S. R. Louise Wesley 4- Men ' s (jlcc Club All i)ri;aiii .ili()ii ()])eii li miii sliulciUs illlcicslcil in Miii;iii . Ursidcs .ippf.u- iiit; on iii.irn I iiiMiAiu ])ii)t;i ;mis. ilic sroup makes annual nipv in iicii;lil)()i in;; Kiwiis. aiuiiiK llif Kciitiiiky Kdiualioii Associalioii mcxliiif ' s in Louisville cadi cai. and picscnis a (orucii ai raiv tniciu ol an o|)cra wiili ilic C. ills ' Glee Club. H 1 lai loxvc Dean )amis C.ihsoii (.(•oii c K. 1 )mi(.in il.Mold kal . (Ill I OKIl II Ml I V Ik wk ( kkoi i.o Ik Nk Kim OKI) I () i n liowM.w |. I ' . IJk w Jdiin Cii kki Mm io Coi.t M KSII M I Hi VKl) W M II K Hi KK W M II K H( l Lo(.AN CiM.DWl I.l. Oljiccis ... Pirsidciil I i(C-l ' rcsi(lctil ri rrlaiy-Tirii.sint ' y f.itnariaii k in. si I ' oiois Ml K (KOI (II John ) vckso.n Him. (.1 si Chid Vii.i.i am Mikto.n C. I . Ill Kl SCll Second Tenors Rom Rr DicKiRsoN Ikwk Hill JOI r K( III Rl ID HOSKINS I ' kwk C.ooiu kiim) M kk M ri,( «i Ki H will io Willi wi (,. Ml C:o M I.I. I I iiiiK IIk kMw John Orndorh. Ill Ml l l Dl M I ' M ILR.SON • ' i.v Jias. ' i CXKI.COSMK ] , i M(1 KI Wli Joii.v Cri km (.i.oKi.i R ssi;m.().ss Rl IXll.l ' ll 1)1 ROODI lioii S( III (UMAX Wll I I WI Kl 1 lOI Wll I I VM M I,)Mo {.. . . I.wiiTRi. Dincliir JI-.S.SI; MoiNTjov Hi Diiv Warrkn .Mills I ' ONDI K {.II I ' l Kin j t k Rl I DIR (ii Ki I s WM.iAca. l.OKI N Willi VMS M 11 K HlRK W K(l v. |K. 1 I " Hon IN(, John C:ii wiiii ks Sam (,. I( l)o i n Second Bow RobirtDean J (:k Hickman John Si ' k m.i ns Rom Kl li ( Kl u ). (;k W x |oi: K W ' lMiii Kill. John i;sr I ' M M R Ev.VNS Os( K (;r v C. 1 ' . Johnson Fri I) V. S( III II ( . M, Sll ISM N Is VKI ' 0(.1J, Wll I I WI Wilson ; Qlee Qli4M- J. SI AM IN(. III! l S ' Hl.A I I (; ,S SUM KeA ml IKI. M. M.M.Kl lU ' SIM SS 1 W (.l K (.1 (iKl.l W . Si ' i ( I K I 11] M)]{. Ross [. (in IM I 1 I I ,M (.| (. 1 hi lOR The Kentucky Kernel George M. .S]X ' iuti Edihn-iihCliicI Ross f. Clie])clelt Maiiti hiir Editor Ike M. Moore Business Mauagcr lis k-.icli ' i ship iMulispuleil .iiiuiiil; soliiIhiii lollenc public .ilioiis, liii Kin- 11 (k " ! KiRMi is 1 e(ogiii e(l as iieint; an luiislaiulin; coIk ' i;ialc jduinal. il is (leineiecl into llie haiuls ol ihe sludeiUs Lwiie c.uh wcci dminn iIk ' sdiooi eai " . ami once a week (luring ihe summer session. Under I he maslhead is the slogan. Here Sluill The Kernel .111 Slinlcnl liiii lils Mdiiiliiiii. and this paper adheres lo the nolion ihal ihc studeni ixnh as a group is a po ' verlu! hii loi and should l)e reeogni ed as such. In nian iiislamis ihe adminisiialion has had ils atlenlion eallcd to proijleiiis allecling the student ijod) ' and through Tm: Ri;r. i;i. the trouble has been silted and the mattei ironed out. lis ()i k, iiowevcr, does not slop here. Becau.se of its consistent and lrei|ueni public aiion. one ol its main dtities is to anah e and sift student opinion and ihought along .ill iheir main branches, lo m.ike suuleiils icmscinus ol curreiil problems in liie wm Id. in ihc n.uiou .iiul si, He. ,ind on the campus. Therefore, its coltimns are e er open lor ihe expression ol personal or group attittides. . lthoiigh it cannot hope to succeed in emphasizing the needs of all the arious phases ol campus acti ity. it maintains a conscientious and upstanding ])olic of remaining on a le el whereby most phases are accorded the most good. 280 The Kcntiick Kernel I III l i N 1 1 ( k Ki i; il v;is (ii si isMH ' d in 1!M I. llic oiil iow lli ol ilu- " l(k;i. " :iii carh siiukiii luwspapcr. in iIk ' l)ascnR-m ol ilii- Adininisiraiioii hiiildiiii;. Iktc llic (IcparlirKiil ol ioiiinaliMii was llu ' n iocalcil. Ilic typf vas sil aiul lluii ( ai I ii ' d to a lo(al pi iiiim press lo hi- prim til. L ' poii ilu- (oiiiplil loll cij .M( i liali, I III kiKMl was i;i i-|i a loom in llic Ijasenicnt. wlicic. willi one iwo-|)a 4f pn-ss. and one l,iiiol pf iiiailiinc. i1k I ' onnticd a plain llial is oxmuiI and opcialcd l) llic sludciils ol liii ' liiiMTsilN. 1 1 is llic on l plan I ol ils kind .n l he ( oiinli . A (iixulalioii ol a|)proMiiialc ' lv a.ODO papers i ' ca( iu-s ainiosi c it stale ol iIr- nalion and se eial loieis;!! (oiiiurics. I ' licsc papers :t v primed cnlirch l) I in KrRM i. ' s own priminsi |)lanl. one ol ihc h-w suidcin dw ncd |)iaiiis in ilic ( onnli . I lie alne o! w lii( li was eiihaiucd I his cai wilh I he a((piis.i ion ol a new eii ht-pagc Dnplex newspaper press (apahle ol (ompleliiisj; .-i.. ' )()() ])apcis pei honi. Tolal Nalnaiion ol Thk Ki:rm i. ec[uipniem is in excess ol Sl ' KOOO. Biisiiir.s.s Shil Allied 11. Xo.ml N illc 1 alnni Cilcnn ( ;ai I Doioiln (ilenieiiis f , v■l7 ;; ; Miiudi cr Ciic iildlioil Mdiiiiii cy Cir( ulalioii Siafj . . . S( ' ( rcl(i) V IdrrtliMii ' i Mali Liluai I ' enii 1 Olll 1 CC Cdlllon o ' _;l Lee A. Heme 111 IM. CLr.MiNrs 281 Ke mel KeA nei f?. .rr;. C .C if s lm;rs (Hi n XADF.LSri.lN EARLE RANDOLPH LAND JOIINSflN SMMUM N MORGAN ARTHUR l ' ILLIA NS I!011F NS I OKDI N I1 RK1S SH W LATHREM SfONE U IK!N ' DOISON li NM The Kentucky Kernel ()lhti;il ne vs|japci ol the suulcius ol the Liii ersii nl Kfntiuk . It i. .illili- atcil with the Lexington Board ol Coninieice and Kenttick Intercollegiate Press Association. EdIlDiiiil SlafJ Da i l H. Salvers Ncius Editor ' ] " heo Nadelstein Associate Editor ' illiani B. Arthur -issistunt Maudging Editor George Tinner Assistant Editor Betty Earle Editorial Adviser Eleanor Randolph Society Editor Society ] ' riters SaiaGenti Betsv Mav Marjorie Rieser Madge Regan Elizabeth Ligon Frances Smith Ralph E. Johnson Special Editor Joe Oiiinn Sports Editor Sports ]Vriters Robert Rankin Billy E ans Maik Hughes .Issistdiit Xcjcs Editors R.i nion(l Lathreni Sidnex Buckley Tom Humble Clill Shaw licporters Alice Baile George Jackson Maicolni Patteison A. J. Dotson ' a]ter Milem Marjorie Rieser Ha el Doiithitt John Morgan Grace Silverman Melvin Forden Bettvc Miii|)h Robert Stone Audrey Forster Lillian ebb 282 Kenti4€.fUan l ( () M M W ' l pu ' suiu Mill ilic 1937 Kentuckian ilif Impc iliai it iiucis wiih voui iippi m :il and ihai it is icpieseniaiixc ol the Universit) ol Kciiiiukv. Ii icxicAvs liu- sdugglc-s on liic gridiion and the (onri. it poiiiavs the lucubrations ol iIk- siiidcnis, ii sh(l vs tlie nieiiy social side ot canipiis a(:i it , it joins them all togethei into lomposile whole to gi e a i " e ie v ol the college year. A special note ol praise shoidd he made to the associate edilois, ' underlich, Robinson, iMillei. and Blown, lor their untiring woi k and p.uience. .Vlso the other members ol the edi- torial stall iiuist not be forgotten. 1 he s.des stall, under the direclion ol [ohn .Morgan, desei e much credit loi gi ing the Ki ' " ,NTt ' (;KL N the largest circulation in iis hisior . .Also we thank the Kernel Printing plaiU, the Re])ro EngTa ing Ciomjjanx. and the Lalayelte .Studios loi their - iiable assislance. BLl.SINE.S.S .sr. M ' . ,S, M tnu{ n ' iiMiic.ss Miimi, tJ CI.S I ' .IK. K 1 ' 1 N Will. IS |0M,S .SV( ' r . Mdiiir i ' i |,,i l MllKI . w .Iv • ishiiil Salts M (iii(iij ( ■; W II 1 iwi M.Ci ) M 1 I C,n 1 iiliil idii Shil! J AMl.S It C.1.1 R GlORC.i. I vOlU.KIS Erm m v.. Sih) I lil SIM ss I l.l R 284 1 1)1 I OKI l I l I ' A.ssi. ' ihuil Editor ' iK ;iM. RoiiiNsoN Assot uilr lulllois K(i(.i K Bk » vs I wii - Mm i i u l)l KCIIII I M I K II II Dijxn I infill (il i.ililiii SiKllls Kolll Kl i ' .v IlH K III Sf mn ' il I ' .l.l Mtl III I.K.ON Iiiiitiy irifs iiiul CIiili Don Ml) IKMM Kii i M Ml KN .t Ih ' ilirs ( I I Ml I l l {.OOI ' I R I Ml I I r n [ Sn(tli lnil R M I ' ll Mm I ) v I OM I I (IK Itdl niiily I Mi:s Sami R Cliiss Shim l!i I Kl ( Jl RI I s l ' KRIMI Sfti ' riiirx l K 1 oi Si ki OcucKil Staff 1 KWKI l l)K 111 Ik ( I OOll ' I ' rancis.Smiih I WIJ s 11. A l l KSON Jk Vk I i(.(i UOOllS WIJMll Kl II SMI I n I M I I KIHilNSON I I OR i: A .s MM I IK I ' RRISM SAI.irR IIROUN , SI ARK M IM f:r)()i ' i R 11(11 I (IW vv Kentuokid n 285 Soma, MaMi -c:: fT: Bi O C MiriSTFIN HI (KM Humor Publication Soi ' R M sH is a campus humor |iubHcation organized and supervised hv Delta Sigma Chi. jnuMialism honorarx. First issue appeared February, I9;i(). and the campus ' response made it into a iiicuiihh piiljlitatimi. h now appears iet;idarl from Ortobci ' to Mav, inthisixe. Ross G. Chepeled EiUlot George M. Spencer Associate Ediloi James A. H ' agler Business Manager Conli ihiiling E(lili )s GiORCi KiRLER Sidney Buckley H rk W ' m i.i wis Tmeo X ADixsTEix GlewClark Ceief Sii w All Staff John HinsMsi k ' i tfr Mii.em Business Staff Okmi 1 1 I ' ii(i GioRi.i Ffskoe Assistants |I) l) Ms Felix Carlfon Robert Sims Mefforo I ' l 1 1 K S iM II Lfstfr B. Smith Robert Nf. Hansen I.I i; . i i.FN Heine 286 9h OtUeA. ielck y. w. e. A. ft. A U II I.l N 1 (. ROIIINSON KOPPUIS BACH NIAKKI IV SADI.I.R C.LF rF TS NEVINS NAOKLSrElN M ' cLAIX M lilt lilSHOI ' PARK Senior Cabinet A MiluiHary religions oigani alion ol wnnicn stiukius who: Unite in the desire to realize lull and cieaii e li es iliiough a s idwinw knowledge of God Determine to ha e a |i iu in making this lilc possible loi all In ihis task we seek lo undersiaiid |esus and lolliav Him. Officers Doidthx ' halen PrrsidciU clle Nevins ] ' i(c-P)esi(lriil IVfaiA ' Eli alielh Kojipius Sc ichny Maigaret Redmon Trcusinct Ciihiiii ' l Mcnibri.s jane I ' leeinan, I ' lcshiiuiu Adi ' isoi Mar Edith Haili. Hohhics Anni: l duii;. So(iaI .Scniice (hoii ) Tlieo Nadelstein, " K " Bool: Rrjncscn ih Rnih Ectoii. Music Grouj) li-oc Margaret Marklcy, Worsliij) Giotij) Ann Bishop. So( ml Ctouj) Dorothy Santen. FnuiiKe Pvojeds Kaiherine Park, Cliuiiimni o Mciiihci- Jane Freeman, Clmn inuii of Diih li Ijint li sliip Finance Club Emily .Settle, Wovld Fellowshi j Mildied Webb, Pii u,iiiin Cli iii imiii oj .Mary E. McCHain, ioo . ' Cyoiij) Dutch Ltiiidi Club Ann Pence. TiiinsleiClub Thco Nadelstein, Publnily Frances .Sadler. Iiuiioy Round ' Fable licl - F ' rances Sadler, (ieneiiil Publicity yese itatii ' c Virginia Robinson, E Oj]i io Menibei, Doiothx ' Clemenls. Sojilionioif Coniinis- A. IF. 5. sion Rejiveseutiitn c 288 Junior Round Table Thk Jimor Roi ni) Taui.!-. is lormcd h ilu iiumbcis ol ilic Sophomore Com- mission with addiiiomil j-irls :ii)i)oiiUed to ii. lis puqjosc is lo keep girls in dose lei.iiionship with ihe . V. C. A. ideids and program dining the junior year. Iiniiot llninitl Tiihli I- ' r ;is.Sm i I K. Cm mr i w CIaroi.vn Ad wis 111 nv lii wi. w (.l. K Ui Sll I M«. K1 I liRI ' CI C.Rl ISI |()V ! " .i)(;rRi() I wi I i;i I i XN l Mil 1 I U l I (U I V |l I I I I t I 1 K|IIKII |l KINS Mil llRlll | 1M S l H1 I 1 1 M ' .l I 11 KdI ' L ' II ■ ( 1 I II I.Wl Asm 1, n(; W ' A.Nnv LvNcii A.wr I.wv l.voNs Km i.v M( Ai isri i; I 1 1 1 I N I M! K ' A I 1 I I k(. m;i I l KM.I I 1 M() K.OMIRV lloRoiin MiRKiII I ' .l I WOR R VMKH I ' M l 1 Kll I U S 1l SSI {i ssii R(m DiiKdi in s Mi I K 1,(11 Si rk |HC.IM lll HI ' Awi I (iiii l U I (11111 Mil nui II I nil I i 1 1 ( II |l I IV WCK.I. DiiRdi in W I Mil i;i II II 289 y.w.e.A. y.w.e.A. Sophomore Commission Ti ll Soi ' iioMoki Commission is .-i nioiip ol s|n-(iall a|)|)i)iiilci! s(i|ilii)inoics will) Ii;t f hft ' ii a( I i c in ' . W. C. A. woi k as lushiiKn. lis |)ui |)i sc is lo ii am lor intfllsiM ' JtMilci ship ill liic ' . W. (.. . a ; ioli|i oI oiilslaiuliiiL; si)|ilioiiioi i- woiiuii. rll)ll(lllinl I ' Cllllllll issiiiii Dditoi [l C. [ ii N IS. 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( ()() points .nivcs a i;iil iui pin, ami 1,(100 points yivis ilR ' iil ltd iinicli sotif lit altci k. In tlif spiiiii; till- iiuinhcis o to camp lor ilic wcck-cml. S vimmin ;, tennis, and liikiiii; arc- en jovtcl. OlJitrrs PiTsiflnil . . ] ' iii ' -Prcsidcul .... SrnrUiry ryitisurt ' r jane Wcldi Kicaiioi .SmclLkci I ' " iancfs House l)oi()ili Hariis Cnuni il Mai,i aict Wall en. An hoy Klcaiior Siicdekcr. Hix hey Doroiln W ' linck ' i licit. Triniis Manila Hawkins, J ' lnnhlino; I ' lamcs I louse, I ' oUcyb iU Rosemary (ilinksc ales. I ' loshrlball Mar Ecliih I5acli. I lur.schiirli Riding Rinulle I ' .dmore. Hiking Helen )ones. .Margaret Warren. Ciiiii jiiiiii Marv .Vitsiiii Wallace. Riflt- Runellc I ' .ilmore. Bii.scIkiII ColllDlillCCS .Man ha H.iwkiiis, Mcmbrisli ' j) Eleanor Siu-dekei. I ' uhlidty Helen Jones. Poslos Helen Jones. Ilisloiiini Maii;aici Waiieii. Social Coiinniltcr 1 1 1 II IIVRKISON s in Mli M I ( r wiviiiKiiiii r i i()R|-. iroi SI ■■ i ' . (ii I I l KS M IS 10. J. J. ?. ) I y. M. e. A. -i Tk «Kr ■ M RI.O VF- FRIl.HIRC, f . M ' R (,rNS RIIMIR J. SPRACFNS MII.irR ri.FVFI. l) f.OWOR i ' MMMIK SmMUNS RFimiXC (: RIV I ' M.MDRI 1I (.I.1R IURKIR 1 s KIRI VWSWr RFT.n I.MIiKlM I I I Is lirilOV kNK.lll UvlUS Senior Cabinet 1 his 1)1 a IK h 1)1 llu ' nalioiial oi j aiii alidii vas insialkd (ni the t aiiiiuis in IN! 10 lo assist the l ' iii cisil in ihc (k ' cl(i])nu-iit cil iliaiaclci in ils men suidcnis nu-n- lally. niorally, and pliysicalJN. O J Vyt.5 Tom Spragcns Prcsidrui Don Riesier I ' ice-Prrsidoil Mark Marlowe Scrrrlary Roheil Kiceliiirj Trrasiirrr Mctnhrrs ASTOR AkI RS l( lOR I)0U l (. 1 .1 ( 1 l l l I Hfnrv Adams I ' ui.niKiuN t; whm ' .i i iMu i.i r C Kr Ai.i.F.N Ik wis 1)1 I io C.FOkt.i i(iinis() C Rls l.I.I I{ IH 1a s I Wll s I ' M I(1R| KF U RKrR 111 kl I(1 M1R kl Ml k I ' l I l Ml k CioRllON Ul (.IF ) ns(.RMI M CAki.Rwism Frank UiRi.FR ) wifs H .i ir rsii Rfimum. J :kC ' .AR1V ().n.HUM l S II I I M RODMAX I. W C ' .IFMl.WI) I " " N Hol.MIS l ' l I Si TON RohiRr C iiwoR Vfi.(:;ii JoNF.s John SpR f.F s Bii.i.CRVir. V i.no KNir.HT Jwii s Siri ' iii s Wadf CrOPT ' FR r.FORr.F RlRlV GlA A s l Rrnni I ' ll ni Romii I) M I FUis J wii s Win i r 292 brcshnuui C abinct l).( id S( (III I ' lci; 1 hmici Chivioii ■()tlll i . I ' lrsitlnit I II ct ' ifsidcul See icltny Mriitbcis Jim Amii rsci Ira Arnoi i I. Ill IS I ' , li KKI K Wm.ii R I,. Hi RR AKirii K Ukkm 1.1. (.1 OKC.I IIOOIII K I ii()Mi-M) Hm I 1(1 Ri Hrwii 1 M will. Cli Ri V Ti 1) Co iM (ill N C.KI i II . m.x I) is (;.(;. Dii ' i- (■ R1. l.l « RI)S ). . . Fl IM K ) iiis (. Im I ' C.kiMM. |u. M I MI l I. (.1 1111(11 R i I ' ll 1 1 i ii Ksl. I IliN 1 1 kv i )iill I ( kS(l I wii s I.. 15 ( II m| km c I KI (1M1 |(ii Ml Willi WIS II k()i II 1 ui on I )l l . l KI1 (iii)k(.i Misiik I M k M ' l 1 Ilk ( .. I . II IKH SON ||]|IS OkMKIKI I iiOl; I ' l Mill k l(l I I kiii II Purl I ' llRII K I ' llMlks Rom RI II. R wvi isi.s Koiii RI Ri I 1 1 k ( IM sll K Kor.lUNs I ' M I ROIIIIINS ( II kl I s Roci KS Joi Roi SI. I) Ml Sm.ISI R Itl I (IRII Sin ROCK |i II Sviri II |. . S Km 1. Smooi ( 1 iR ;i: .Si ' RAi.i AS 11 RRIS Si well. lion Si All s Hon I III iss ) Wll s I III k l (.1 Okl.l I Ol.Sdl ( III )ol I I DOk 1 low kli 1 1 ks Will Kti Will II l l I ( ikh W III I I Jlor. Willi WIS I ' .ll I Wll SON Uoi; Ml s u II ki) oi N(. 2!i:! y. M. e. A. u NICHOLS BAI:M(,AKL) LK I, N(. l.llliV. N KIIMNOIR WUNDERLICH DOTSON li AII.IV OlISENBERRV M ARKIIAM SAI.VKRS ll :II 1!RI«.S AMMERMAN Iil RI) ii RrON I ' OITER I ABEEENr. V VKREN KOBENSON ;EIN KENiiEAREl KEELOND IINWKINS ' . ErER ABIX JACKES Pep Organization Sl K i iIk- |)i-|) ort .ini iilion 1)1 llic L ' iii cisil nl kciiliu k . Willi ilic iiioiicN caiiitd Iroiii ihc sale r)! relieshiiienls at alhlclic cxcntN. SiiR) cairitb on a luinibcr of worilnvhilf |)r()jccts at the Uni eisit . Amon these are sponsorship ol Home- (iMiiiin;. Max l)a ilei orations am! awaiilim; ol iiips lor these e enls. (maiuiii!; band trips to loolball j aiiies. Ila;,; pole on .Sloll 1-ield. loniribiilions lo Siiideni Union Finid and Ciianis anil Aids, pxlons lor S. E. j aies. Membership is basetl on aniomu ol saU s b n ouls a I loolball and b.iskelball games. () ]in ' rs Don 1)111 lianan Frt ' siclcnl . nne Lang I ' ice-President liilly Denniston Ticasiirer l)oi Xithols Seoelarv Mciiihcy.s )e Abel Uilev Denmslon JaxePoeter M Kv Kdeiii Bach H vroed Doison James Qeisenberrv . ' Xlice Bailey CIharles Dinn Pete Reimmmr Ji.xLMV Barton Marteh Hawkins ' ircinia Robinson Clrtis Balmcardner Uouglas Jaqe ' es Jimmy Salter lii.Liorr Beard )immy Keleond DaveSalyers Vallace Brigcs Anne Lang Robert Tabeling Don Biiciianan Helen Markweli. Gene ' arren I ( K Clinkenbeard Doroi uv Xii HOES Dorothy W ' l ndi rlk ii 294 Student Dramatic Organization Sikoi ! I ks is ;iii ()r raiii aiii n wliost- iJinpust ' is Id pioiiioic diaiiuiiii, musical, .111(1 liliraiv laliiil ami)iiii llic sliiiliiils iliioiinii llii- pioiliu I ion ol |)la s in llic li liKi i-iii. Oljuris Lliaiioi 1-. Ramlolpli rir.sidrni Ddiiald Irvine J ' iicPicsidrnl M.iiv Lull Si.dk Si ' ticlaiy R.ixmoiKl l.ailiicm tSiisiiu ' ss Miiii(ii ,ci Miiiilicrs 1,1 l l All ISI1 C:. I . Ill Kl M II Rl IHHl()lM M K1II Ammi KM N Don Ml) iKMM MuKlUN I ' m II K I WHS i i Ks() MoKioN Kll.I. Ki.i wok R xmhii i-ii iK(.IM H VI II KH SXUMlKlNMV M KV J M RoltV Swi UowMw GioKiii; Ki Ki . M KV L( i:im;Siauk DtiKoiin Hkomhum Anm.Lanc JamisSmmk Roc.irHkown RavLaiiikim DavkSaimrs H KK Hi I.I.OC.K Kl.l Alll III I.K.OX PAI I. Sl.AION Ri 111 CiorioN Wanda LvNcii l)t n :a Siokks M VKC.XKI I IJRICI CRIISK. KaIIIIRIM M MIAN M RV Nl Al. Wai.ih.n Ki.i ANOK Davis Rohiri Maioni x Ki iiD ' i W kri N I I VRI.OW Dl AN M RK M ki OWl. I " ii ' V ' i SI M Mil I) 1)1 N I ON (.1 RI N( I M( C; RK )1,1. Ill I.I N Wlllll IllKMVN DCIISON J " 1IN Ml Kl NNl 1 1 SSI WlllMDII | )V I ' .ix.i KioN John M()R{. N K n WOoihukn Ann I ' isiiiixcK DoRoiin Mikkiii, 1 k n( i s Oons I Ni; I ' RI IMAN Nlll. NiVlNS DoKolin 1 |1| Kl II II I ' RKi) FiiGAZ .i IOmmv Nichols W ii i mm oi m. jAMliS XoRVtLL Nichols Lathrem Randolph Maloney Salycv. Penn Ligon Anderson Huston West Morgan Ammerman Murrell Batterton Woods Stark White Salter Marlowe Edgerton E. Davis Denton Walden Woodburn Black Irvine Kurtz J. Davis Stok.-t. Roby Dotson Cruise Ledridge ' Clopton Fugazzi Young L !). " St oiU BUcfti Cfl the InLrodiiction IlidU ' li apiHMiMiK cs iiKi IdoI i)I1. lliis ■(lil)ll was (ompilcd willi :i in.ixiniiim i l rlliiil :iii(l niil lliioiij li llu- iiMih. williiii;. and ahk- assislaiuc ol a lew paliiols nl llic old scliool was llic (i)luiiin ( omplclcd in lime loi ])ul)li( at ion. So nia f unw ollci llianks lo l)a i- ,Sal i ' is. (.I ' orm- kci 1(1 , llaii Williams. Andicw Kckdalil, and (.coimc I ' ukiIici wlin t;a t- llu- (uih ol lime ,ind inmnnii lo liillill ilir editor ' s wislu ' s. I lioU ' di llu- lollowinn in.i ai iiiius seem iiK onsislcnl . Iraniiiciilarv, oi ' lia|)lia ard due lo llu- mull i|)li( il ol aulliois. ma we ask ou to look o ii oui glasses and uiiuinlui lli.il ai i(i . a( ( oidint; lo llu- sa,m ' s. is ilic " spu c o| lik-. ' - ( l-.diioi s nolc.) l I ' ll 1)1 I I 1 III I llic soioiin ilial lias ilu- imikiui- (lisiliiiiioii ol hcini; l(Kalcil ill llic niiilst of Iralcinlly row (olliciwisc known as Soulli I.iiiicsioiic bclwccn .Main and Kuclid) and llicicliN known as llic sororil) inosi passed 1) (ollcyc siiidcnls allcndiiif; classes lor a change llic . li lia OcUs .sccni to have a vciilalilc j old niiiic in .Man Kdilli Haih. the lass whose diaiatlcrislic siKci llii|i lakes lici o cr llic (ampns and inio as main lion oiaiics as ilic la .illcuiv. I Ikm- iiuliulc llic . . Coiiiuil. llic , . . . .. the W . A. (., (siiinuK like ihc !;o ciniiicnl|. SnKy. sccrclar ol llu- scnioL class, picsi- cIciU of llic I ' an-Hcllcnic ( ' .oinuil. and | rc v of her lodge. Grace Bii ' ge holds the lionoi of iiienilieislii| in SiL;nia Xi. Kniily Dodge graces ihe A. . S. (. oinuil .ind . C. . ., . nna (llilford Holes relains a (hair in llu- Sophii llioie (loiinnission. (.nigiiol. .ind llie (oniniillee nl 210. and Saiah Renakci lesls on honors gained as ai- Icndaiu lo lasi ycais Iiinior I ' roni ( necii. .Mherla Mnipliv strikes a iini(|ne dioid as a |ii)iiioii ol ilic Ciirls ' Cilee club. ice-pie shi|) of the .Alpha Dells goes lo Re a Sex Ion. ireasiirci lo (.racie Hiigc. sccrclaiv lo Mary . iislin Wallace, marshal lo Maijoiie Davis, and llu- position of (haplain to Helen Kendall. • • • • I.1MI (. MM ni I lA ol (inl (Id llu- Alph.ig.iinv pioduic pcili-ilcd d.nucls lik(- M.ngaiel ( oop(-i a nd )ancl Dcsdilei, lini ilics c en hlossoii) (Uii wilh inlelliL;(-iu suidcnls when ihe occasion deiii.nnK Hi ' h in iiilclligence. high in beaiiU. high in Ic.idciship. 1 el n M( Alislei proves her per- fection In .1 lliiee poinl sianding. a (onipaiiN sponsor posilion. and a soroiil picsidenl job -- which jnsl shows lo go. She is followed b siuli (iis as Kleanor Mills and Mary Kli abelh Rent ol lliiee sianding lame, which is reininisceiil of Sullivan Medallion win- ner I-ranccs Kerr of last year ' s crop of .Mphaganis. KalhciMi I ' lannerv adds a touch of beaiilv lo the piew position of the ladies ' liierarv. Chi Delia IMii. while icliiing . lphagam " boss. " Helen Farmer, llie llower girl, serves as head of llu ' W. . . (.. Iktlvc Murphy used all her wiiinliig Irish tricks lo sell Ihc iiiosi of these year books and win ihe Kvi.in pl.i(|ne loi Ihe cdifKaiion of Ihe lodge loom. rvienlv liJin pledges we re galhered al llic Insl ol ilu: vear and lined against the wall for all (onieis. I hcv presented a line appearance and still do even uhcn we know ihcm belter. Sevenlecn ol thesi- g.ds now wear their pearls and the (liaplei has swelled lo liflv- live. Out of this mass came Mildicd Kasli, winning the honors lor best pledge, and Sue l.ivlor took the prize for best scholastic sianding. Muhigan ' s little Robbie I ' avnc gains disiinclion as tlu- " gal with ilu- yen lot dumb animals " v ho has received a kill(-n, a sniffed duck, (.Mulv pigs, el .il, ihtonghont the v(-.ii — and has even been pinned oiue! ol(-(l 1(11 llicir perpelual open house, these gals somclimcs go in for more serious things. I he Mortar Hoard contains Helen I ' armer and ( ' .aniille Hedges: I ' ll! r.et.i. Alice .Vdaiiis. Farnici. and Marv nn Mill liciuh (lub. elnia flardcslv as vice-piesidenl. (-lina is the lormer campus delight who iiist had to gel | iniicd lo S. I- ' ,s Hill Ilarpei. l I ' ll l 1)1 I 1 Ihe . lpli.i is, binsting with blushing possibilities. aic idlv bidin ' iheir lime iinlil Ihe babv bombslic-11. which is slowly glowing in their Maxwell siicel haven, bursts and releases a galaxv ol scholars, campus timber. and hearis. . fler wailing a vear. Sue D. Sparks was given Ihe I ' lii Rela Kappa freshman award for her nimble c-lhiiis in procuring a .S.O for her lasi year ' s scholasiic si, ind ing. l ieacling in Sue ' s footpath arc sophs |c-aii Mt i-.lro and Maigarcl Slew;iil, who are soaiing neai the |icak in scholasiic perfection with LMi and ' _ ' .S siancl- ings. respcctivclv. .Active in many organi alions. ihe Alph.i Xis boasi of 100 per cent membership lo ihe . W. (... . . for should I have have said niiielv-nine p(-i cetil). Sue D. Sparks and Margaret .Sevvart clinch tlu title for being active in more organizations than any of iheir sisters, lo their ciedil goes Cwens. sophomore lionorary. Dutch I.uiuh dub. Alma Magna Malcr. ihe Sophomore Commission, and A. W. S. Ntargarel is presidenl- elecl of her sorotilv and Sue D. is corresponding scc- retarv. 299 a fifUid QampAdA. AImi iiuliulcd in llic Dunh Lunch club arc Jane Minpliv, Eleanor Arnctt, Marjorie Doyle, Maijoiie Sancllord, and Lovaine Leuis, and in ihc Sophomore Commission. Elaine Allison. Marjorie Sandlord and Alice Wood Bailey claim a L ' . k. heritage with mem- bership lo the Alma Magna Mater. Gladys Rovce came through tor dear old Alpha Xi and U. of K. in the recent play-day competition at Cincinnati by stroking her way to third place ii the girls ' hec style swimming contest and thus receiving the only honor awarded to a U. K. student. Glaihs has also splashed her way into the heart oE Phi Sig Dudlev Mmphy. and Dudley in turn came through with an engagement ring for GIad s. CHI OMEGA In M luil.iisliip C ' .hi Omega wins a laciill s.dute. I ' .ii.iclosicalh enough, these lu ely dolls can extol I ' hi 11(1,1 K.ippas, lean . llen and proof reader .Mary Rees L.jnd. On lop ol this foundation, sophomore Kallicr- inc Caouse attained a three standing last semester. from the looks of the activity sheet, the Chios run the campus, Pat O ' Rear was queen of the Frankfort Sestpii-Centennial celebration, a Militarv Ball cpieen attendant, and is sponsor of the second battalion. I o list the names of the gals who are enrolled in campus dubs would simpiv be writing down the names of each girl in the sororitv several times. Chi Delta Phi. Phi Upsilon Omicron, SuKy. PanPolitikon, Theta Sigma Phi, V. W. C. A., " 240 " club, and Guignol theatre are the organizations glittering with Chi Omegas. . nd Mamie Maddox was rightfullv chosen the most popular senior girl. She also sponsored Pershing Rilles last year. This year Mamie and .Mary Lou Stark will prance along in front of R. O. T. C. com- panies in the spring parades. But the C;hios reallv stand out in parlor (harm and dance floor glamor. Three gals are definiteh anchored. Marv Ellen Saunders wears the pin of Delt Ed Muehs- ler. Martv Campbell is happy with Jimmv Irvine ' s S. E medal, and Belly Bewlav still realizes she is luckv with K. Bob Sweeny ' s badge. . mong the outstanding freshman are the c clonic Do nn oung who fires the hearts of nian . and Lucv Andeison, a cute enus with a penchant for basketball pla eis. • DELTA DELTA DELT. The 1 ri Delts utterlv stunned other .sororities this cai bv announcing a pledge class of thirty-six. This was enough to perpetuate their name and to ])reser e in e er-lasting maible the accomplishment which was theirs, but no, thev remained unsatisfied, so thev im- earthed fiom this enormous group a voung ladv named Evelvn Flowers. . s unassuming and charming a lass as ever trod the boards of the Tri Delt tepee. Miss Flowers managed to annex some of the more coveted honors that the Universitv offered, such as Qiicen of the Junior Prom, Sour Mash Pledge Qiieen. and R. O. T. C. sponsor, unquestionably one of the outstanding pledges of the vear, she is to be congratulated, lor it seems as if the verv campus is at her feet. . Miong the oilier pledges receiving campus honors «,is Bells B.ikhaus, a C;o iiiglon pioilud m Middeiih lound herself sponsor of the l ' ni ersil B.uid and at- tendant to the Beauty Colleen. Jean Short is ])resident of the chapter, and actives include Kitty .Mahan, Stiollers, Guignol, and Kcn- uickian stalt; lovely Frances ' oods. Strollers, Ken- luckian stalf, and member of the Jtniior Prom com- nnltee: [os (Eddie Biggs) Moore, a xomig l,((K uIkp. in spile of her amorous atUentures, managed to make a 3. standing, and the daik-cNed Elizabeth lilac k. heart-breaker deluxe. DELT.A ZET. Winning contests and cups and mcndiei ' -hip in pio fessional honoraries appears to occiqiy most ol the time of these lasses who. although their nundier is smaller than others on the campus, moie than ni.ike up lor it bs hard work and enthusiasm. Chief among the Delta Zela leaders aic Kiiili (.iili erford. who is a member of Phi Beta. Cueiis, I ' i Mii Epsilon. and Sigma Pi Sigma, honorary physics fiat: |ulia AVood, president of the Home Economics club and member of Plid Upsilon Omicron, honorary home economics organization: Mary Neal Walden, who holds down the beautv honors for the group as attendant to the last vear ' s Junior Prom Qiieen, and leadeiship honors bv the secretaryship of the . . V. S . and Edith Woodburn, president of the sorority. Ehe DZ girls worked nobly together to win the Som- Mash cup for the most sales of the humor mag- azine among sororities. They also annexed the second place cup for sorority May Day float last yeai. Manv of the girls in this groiqj seem to h,i e ilicir hearts off the campus. Edith Woodburn is pinned to Sigma Chi Jack Bray, a senior in the I ni ersii of Louisville dental college, and Dixie . bram is siill true to James ' iox, a former engineer at V. K. Mai Xeal Valden. however, keeps the local reputation b wearing the Phi Sig badge of Earl Cole. Marian Mehlcr keeps prettv steady comnanv with Frank Paul, while Julia Wood is seen with Phi Tan Roswell on most social occasions. - K. PP. DELTA It ' s sometimes hard to tell whether Dunn ' s Drug is the Kavdee annex, or the Kavdce " gaberivicle " (thanks Kerler) is Dunn ' s annex, but these loxelv lasses seem to scurrv in and about the campus to " get around " in almost everv activitv in the social and scholastic whirl. Chief among the B. V. O. C. ' s (Big Women on Campus, to vou) of this lodge are head woman Belt Earle, Dot AVha ' en. Eleanor Randolph, Irene Sparks, and Jean . l)el. Bettv justifies her name on this roster bv writing - editorials for the Kernel, for enlivening the nieelings of Theta Sigma Phi. honorars woman ' s journalistic circle, and for her membership in Mortar Board, senior women ' s honorarv. Dot keeps order at meetings of the V. W . C. . . as its president and is also a mendier of Mortar Board and Chi Delta Phi. Eleanor knocks off the social doings for the Kernel as socielv editor and is president of Strollers, student dramalir organization. Irene holds up the beautv standards of the chapter b acting as sweetheart to 300 llic iiolilc Im s of C coinpiiin R. (). 1. (;.. :iiicl )c;iii is oiiisijiuliii;; in ihcatiiral work al llic (■iii nol. i% a iiiciiibcr of Cueiis and I ' hi Uc-Ia. honoraix nitisiial soioiiiy. Alllinngh the school of joninalisni seems to 1)C the iriain onllel of the Kadlec ' s exlia-cunienlar work, a veaidi ill oiliei Ileitis will also liiul llieni ainon (hose picscnl. The uiulci -(jiaduale honoiaiA of llie College of Kdncation, Kappa Delia I ' i, counts ICIi ahcth Ami Krciijel as a member, aiul . tainaict .Markley over in the College of .Vgritiilline icpiesenls the lodf;c in I ' hi I ' psilon Omicion. honoiaix home economics so cielv. Besides piexy Randolph in Strollers arc seven others, while .Mary rraiucs VIcCMain is active in I ' hi Uela with tinee other members as pletlges of this society. . kin to the journalistic tendency is (..iinl I ' lohr ' s work on the rni eisitv Riilletin. riie " annex " ;iils did especiallv well for ile.n old .Mnia Mater l) poolin ' 4 their salesmanship abilitv 10 will the Clip olfered for the sorority selliiii; the most football pep tags to raise inoncv for the Siiidciil I iiioii fund. . t this writinj; they claim they hope to pill the All-Clampus Sin ; cup beside this one. and tlie mliilit well do so. as si of them arc in the (iiils ' Glee dub. K VIM ' K l ' l ' (. l l Kappa Kappa Gamma is populated vtiih lampiis (clebrltics. Foremost is l.ois King, tpieen of the Dark and Uloodv Ground ' s fairest. Flanking l.ois in the beauty ph.ilanx are I.eigli Brown and Marv Eleanor f ' .lay. F.mily Settle is empress of the V. K. soldiers and Jeanne I ' nt Kelt smiles bv her side in the role of fust battalion sponsor. Doroihv .NfcCiainniish will make mai hiiig mote |)l as:iMt for the buck pri jies in Gompaiiv f " . fn a(ti ities N[ar I ' .leanor Clay. Sianlev I ' .. Clav. Lucille Thornton. Kalheiine Park, and Dot Nfurrell shine in I ' hi Heta: Mar K. Clay and Kalherine I ' ark are in the Glee club: Rosemaiv Tavlor. president of the Spanish club- Dot Clements commands the Sopho- more Cominission: Jane Freeman is piexvelte of Alma M.igna Nfaler. and Lucille Thoirilon bciiuiilicil 1 In- lead in " Twelfth Night. " Sociallv speaking, the Kappas are a ihicf ioiUiikUt for llic conning crown. Pattic Field ;ui Meter and .Ann Law Lvons plav the field and get in the most (ompichcnsivc com ling, irginia .Msop ' s hobbv is (oUcding pins (she has bushels of ihcm) and has been braii le l the " Swcetheail of West Poiiil. " Morlv Kirk- paliick sees that the Kappas glaiiioii e the scandal (oliimn and has been labeled In her sisters as ibe Power lU ' hind the Press. " r.iglu lo e maulies have ended in pinnings: flarbaia Wilev s. Lou Hiock. Nforlv Kirk[)alii k vs. Franklin Divden. l)oi Rabbitl vs. F.ddie Heck, fosie Tunis vs. romiin Marshall, Nfartha Hawkins vs. Hud lv Rush. . inelia liiiiklev vs. F.lmore Simpson. Lucille Tlinin ton vs. Rice Walker, and Nell Craik vs. a mol). Gcnerallv speaking, scandal items in Kappaiown rank with all other women caves. Tvvcnls arc either loo regular or loo irregular to bollici the leporler. ZF.TATAl l I ' ll I he little sorority on . ylesfoid Place can even brag and flash its wares to an unsuspecting campus to a degree that is worthy of note. Set in the heart of fialernity village (comprised of the streets of Linden. .Vyiesford. and riansylvania. between the ihorough- fares of Maxwell and Faiclid). the mansion of the .clas prolfers a piellv picture of all the coiiifoiis of home and serves as an admirable example of what a soroiitv strtuture should be. etas of note include Ksiei Rankin, a member of the Sophomore C ommissioii; Marjory (iallagher. sedetarv of the women ' s Pan Hellenic association, and MiUlicd Lemons, a member of the Home I ' .c club and one of ilie group (oMipiising the court of honor al lasi vcais liiiiior I ' ldiii One of the more popular pledges ol llie (anipiis this vear Icomplelc with |)liolo in Sour Mash) is llatlic Richie, who iiuludes among her activ- ities the Home f c oiiciiiiii s i u ) and llic- A ' iii nil in al socielv. . iicl Louise Shepherd. Z I.X ' s pride from Louisville, must have football centers lor coiirling mates — (irsi it was Pete Kiirac heck — now |oe liailev. ci slie siill atlracls attention on the dance door when she liop with |. Franklin . ill. ice. erstwhile conlendci loi Ken tiickv ' s lallest m.ni. ulieii coiisidenilion is tak en ol her live feel of Uiiiiiiiiic piili hill iide. l l)l I ' I l)l I (.IKI s I lull diabolical p.iii. Xii iiila RobiiiMin .iiul Dol W underlich. seem to have ilie women ' s goveinineiual alfairs under their respective thumbs, with ' iiginia as picsideiu of the .Association of Woiiien Siiideiils and Doltie as llie linle dorm gals big maiiiiii.i I lie blond vvi ards don ' i slop here, as Dorolliv is .111 asso cialc ech ' loi of ihc Kviaii and iiginia is ilie proinl possessor of llie junior woinen ' s scholarship. But here Miss Robinson shales honors wiili ' Fheo " Scoop " Nadelsiein as a scholarship gal — anil a iieu (igiire enters the ring wilh a record as well known as it is enviable. Presidenl of Theta Sigma I ' hi. female- joinnalism honorary. " " Scoop. " the little Yankee uiih ihc sardonic pen, has attained campus renown lliroirjii her " Ciiuin ' I ' p the Campus " idea and her posiiioii of associate editor of llie Kernel. . iid she siill has lime for a male journalist — Waller R.i(l(lell. The parade moves em and includes M.im |;iih- Robv as the prcvy of Cwens and winner ol iln- lun loi ilie onlsianding freshman girl of last year. Sarah Cmiclill as president of I ' hi Beta, music honorary, and (Jnignol olliii.d. Nell Nevins aiic original " lililc Nell " ) as chief of the senior women ' s honorary. Morlai Board. And bcaiily enters the arena and makes a superb display in its allcmpl lo battle the male beasts. The end of the football season left everyone in love with Keiilnckv ' s finest band sponsor. Rosie Clinkscalcs. and thev just won ' t epiit lovin ' her. The Kvian beaulv contest saw fit lo pick Jessie Roby from a mas ' of pulchritude, and the . griculliiial Festival did the same for Ollie Mae liovers. Former icgimciilal spon- sor. Kvclvn Carrol, still leaves them gasping, and Marcclla Atailin almost eepialled f nsie in another Iiidcpendeiil alleiiipl for h.-iiid sponsor. QdAft pMi. Qatn pM AI I ' H A CAMMA RHO The laiTiiei lads of Alpha Gamma Rho boasted lhiit loiir ailives this car. after ploughins; under fourteen of ihcir iwentN-fne pledges in true AAA fashion. The ploiighhovs. who ha e their old hoinestead on A lesford I ' lacc. raised a good crop of politicians, having I ' tigcnc Warren as president of the junior class and I5ol)l) C onner as former sophomore prex . C.nided iiinsi iil the xcar l) John H. licll. as ■boss " man. the plough jinsheis have represcntalixcs sial tered indiscriniinatelv among the various agriiultuie clubs and societies, . lpha Gamma Rhos galore can be fomid in . lpha Zeta. the Dairv club, the 4 H club, llic Poidlrv iliib. and the .-Vgriculture society, to luinu- a leu. ci Alplui Gamma Rho is a true son ol ihc Miil until he is a member of at least three of them. I ' rew Hell is a soldier lio in Scabbard and lilaile and a member of the .XgricuUinal soiictx. liobln Gonner s(ril)bles for the I ' ouUr club in the posiiinn as secielar and helps to li en u|) the " Uesi U.nul in Dixie. " George Kurt heads the Block and Bridle socielv ul Mhich piaclicallv the entire frat is a member. (Noth- ing like keeping these societies in the faniilv.) Harold Binklev. another good farmer, is treasurer of that s(K iel . ALPHA SlG f A I ' HI Most prominent among the biothers of . lpha Sigma I ' lii is one Ernie E. Shovea. business manager of the I ' ientuckian. president of . Ipha Delta Sigma. ODK. and champion (ile closer of that undaunted group, and second lieutenant in our beloved R. O. T. C. Following rapidlv in the footsteps of Shoxea is .-Mfred H. " Babe " ' ogel. Babe acconrpanies E rnie to . lpha Delta Sigma meetings, and excels as manager of ad- vertising for the Kernel. The remainder of the twentv-two actives anil eight cen pledges of the fiaternit ha e managed to keep men in Ke s and Lances, j. William Hinid was run ner up in the intraminal horseshoe singles and llic lest of ilie biothers made their wav to the ipi.iitei finals of the basketball competition. The love life of the various members connects their alfections fioin ihe sunny banks of .South Georgia to the bliie-uaieied icinitv of Lake George. . Two of the fralernitN badges repose in the .Alpha (.am house on the persons of ' iolette .Aswcrus. who ilainis Ke ' s man. leiton. .is her ov n, Mai H.ille (!aiiK- who ia es aliciul Tom Xaiit . ALPHA TAU OMEGA Alpli.i 1 au Omega entered the vearlv fiatas ol (,im pus stiprcmacv contests with a good showing in lead ership through the medium of John McKennev as president of Oinicron Delta Kappa (OI " )K to on Roosevchiansi and was followed into the " big-sliot fiat " b Roger " Booger " Brown. AfcKennev also gained uiognition as senior basketball manager which took him to all the outposts ol the .South, etc.. ami found lor him man cold, wet shcjwers in his capacitv as ollicial " ball carrier. " (he Bcjogcr increased his own good fortune, the present accomplishments being associate editor of the Kyian. prexy of his lodge, and his crowning effort after many futile attempts — the pinning of Dolores Collins. Ihe pledge class swelled the numbers of the lodge to approximately double its proportions and boasts of a Kcntiickv Golden Gloves champion. Cabel Posey: a torrid truiirpet plaver and songster. Bob Perrv. who led the chapter a merry chase for a semester and then was olT to the sunny south; Pliil .Angeliicci. the cam- pus ' best looki ng freshman, according to Patt hall gals, and Joe Ice. a maniac from the large town who has shown all that Joe Penner can be reincarnated. Politicallv led by Fred Fugazzi as head of the fra- teinitv combine, the .-Mpha Tans have received their jusi amoiini of laurels and stinkweed while in search of plums. And the indomitable " Fn " fuialh managed to gather in the Catholic club rosal chaii lor his o» n l:eison. Gnignol uas miupieied by the entrance on the stage of Phil McGec. the adonis professoris of the Jewish engineers. Scabbard and Blade takes its second com- mands from Jimmie N ' orvell. ice-prex of the sham colonels. The campus continues to read the brain children of Clilf Shaw, scandal monger and assisianl news editor of the Kernel. DELT.V CHI Delta Clii is well represented in the I ig law lia- lcinit . Phi Delta Phi. )ack Kevser is piexv. William M(( i is an active, and Ed Kee is a pledge. Ken Raviior, Delta Chi president, also monarchs the Inler- Fratcrnitv Council and the junior tpiintessence. Lances. Joe Hicks, of hamburger renown, is a pledge to Scab- bard and Blade. But in sports Delta Chi wins the laurels. On their roster are Joe Hagan. football captain and varsity bas- ketball forward: Cab Curtis won his spurs in the Southeastern tournament: Fred McLean was one of I he few to attain basketball numerals, and Pete Kura- chek. Ed Fritz. .Mex Parda, Tom Murphv. Ed Svdnor. Ralph Jackowski. and Tommv Bvrnes are struggling for positions on Coach AVynne ' s 1937 pigskin sciuadion. In Delta Chi ' s ranks ate twenty-five ]jledges and sixteen actives. The potential strength of the oigan- i alion is formickible. Onlv three men will be lost bv graduation. Ken Ravnoi . :il(ing with his other talents, composed tlic words and music to " Dream Girl of Delta Chi. " |;ick Kerr gets plenty of literary practice bv wiiing a sixieen-|5age letter three times a week to :i g;il he left in S( hence t;idv . DELTA TAT DFLT.V The bovs of the " big house " in the far throes of Lexington have produced an enviable record in past veais that often cau.ses the campus to sii back :ind wonder — " how do they do it? " Ihe past season seems to have produced no nubs when we note that these DTDs gather a great deal of wind in their sails from the rather heavv puffs of three ODKs, Ike Moore. Rege Rice, and forton Potter. Phi Uel;i K:ipp:i Carroll Weisigcr. Bel:i G:imin:i Sigm:i ,S02 M. I ' ciltcr (again), and I ' aii lida Pis Fil Slalci. Huh lish. anil Rcj-c Riic. I ' hc halls of Oclia laii niiisi lin;; uiili llic soiniil of ihc inailitc fjavcl as ihc lanipiis picxits pronu-iiailo in llic-ir mansion. Orxillc I ' alton liumj is in ihc plush IxUloMi thair of Kcy.s. l.cx- Heine- rcpiL-scnls the frosh class and his IoiIkc as king hoc of chc " foiu " hoys and als. Hailouf Deans lusiy voice raises aho e ihc din of Ihai honoiarv music fial. I ' hi Mu .VIplia. and Ik-n I ' owlci lifts his unshealhed sihcr haton {loniplelc with point and culling cdj;e) over the kahki covered heads of the militia men s ionpcd into that soldier honoian. Scahhaid an l Blade. The Ciii nol has al uavs heen a favorite Uell hanj out and this years ciop includes Ken Dickson, with the coi;nomcn of stai-e manager, and Frank Da is. ador and hea l usher. Skaggs, WadliiiKton. Freeheig. ()liie . Iraxis. Wis- ncr. and Melford uphold the Delt angle in the various varsilv sports. Other D IDs are scallcied thiough engineers ' honoiaries. I ' ilkin cltih. V. M. ( ' .. A.. Glee clul). and the like in all odd corners of the campus, including the " Commons I ' iano Corner. " Business is hiisincss with the Delts — hm pleasure finds its way. No iKines arc made ahoiit their heaiilies — and the golden scpiarcs of eight poucihciuses cover the " cpieens " like " |)cnnics from heaven. " • t • » K 1T l I ' ll Fai IS for iheii Hack and hasketliall athletes, their romeos. their custom of having big name hands for their formals. and their true souihcrn social allairs. this genial group of so-called " soiilheiii gcnllemeir ' fsiihl) prohahly get around in as iiiain dilTerenl ua s as anv of the lodges on the campus. Aihletirs. however, seem to be the " thing done " with the K. bovs. The big shots in this field are Warfield Donohiie. basketball captain. .Ml-Soiitheast- ern guard and varsiiy tennis star who swings the gavel al chapter meetings, and Ben Willis, track captain, leading dash and hurdle man in the .Sonlh and con- lender for OKmpic competition last vear. I ' ollowing their leaders in athletic piowess. other members of the fiat have annexed honors in intramural compcti- lion. W ' ilce Caines is light heavvweight boxing cham- pion, llenrv Wallace, wellerweighl boxing and wrest- ling winner, and Cris (.linsiead and Bob Sweencv riinners-iip in golf. In keeping with their reputation as preservers of ihe old Kentiickv hospitalilv. the K, social calendar is almost a continuous round of buffet dinners and house dances. Open houses after all football games are the custom, as well as a formal everv other vear. al which such orchestras as Jan Garber (Uiolhci [an to them) and Noble Sissic (no, noi Broilui Niiblci furnish the rhvihms. K.M ' I ' A M(. I A Kappn -Sigs. scKialiles superior and genllciiun ol ilic old school, still are spoken of in higher circles as presenters of superb and novel campus enlerlainnieni such as " kid panics. " " biilTct suppers. " and " 10:, ' !n balls. " They boast a select giou[) of twentv-eight Mii ' Mibeis fnd sialc llial tlic cliaplci is al its ideal si c. I hev sav. " We need or want no more, believe it or not. " Ihcv foster one of the scIumjI ' s most admired stii dents. Doc I ' lunnner. an industiial chemist with a ' !.() standing. But he does not cease to be a caiiipus celeb- ritv here, for the Iniveisity still remembers his win- ning of the best drilled Pershing Rille cadet honors in this and surrounding states for the past two years. Added to this are Sigma Pi .Sigma and Scabbard and Blade. . true " big shot, " Main grasping Kappasig hands drag in armfuls ol leadership jobs and diligence receives its reward. Free lliinlcr is another . " !,() standing man in the business college, and aflei ' one year at the school has been appointed associate editor of the Freshman Bible, the " K " Book, for the coming vear. Dave Scotl, anoihei frosh. holds the office of prcxv in ihe Freshman Cab inet. The nation ' s newshoiind and " date-ofllie inonlli " lad. Dave Salvers, now liolcis the job of Delta Sigma Chi ' s head man. handles all dispatches and ollicial communications as news editor of the Kernel, and bree cs around Ihe campus in a while sweater in scribed with " SiiKy. " Ken Baiker and Doug Sulleilin show their proficiency with the iiansit and sit in as members of the .Xnierican Socieiv of Clivil Fngineers. Inlranunals arc well handled bv ihc lodge wilh I ' rank Gaines as senior manager and Bcaniis Siinuicls as his undcrsiudv among Ihc juniors, I be while duck ' s sport leigns supieme here and cups piove I hem runners-up in lennis ihroiigh elloils ol ,ilic-r Bolls .mil I- Dolson, • • • I Wllili ( III l I ' ll Ihe Laiiibila (his show " none what -so ever " in scholarship and " nol-so-hoi " in social activities, ac- cording to the Lambda CJiis and we wonder if thev are bragging or complaining — but do serioiislv feel ibai ihev must be inideresiimaling themselves a little. I hev. of course, brag aboul Gene Mvers. versatile and renown center and captain of the Kenliickv ild c:als the past season. Thai this can ' l be overlooked is a fad, and ihen. wasn ' t he an ODk oi soinil lung ' - iid isn ' l il iiiniored thai he appc ' ars ipiiie biilli.ml Iroiii a piiiclv lexlbook slandpoinl? { .n! ' annov managed to step ahead wilh the ) osi- lion of lieasurer of the senior class this vear. |olniiiv Morgan made a successful dehul as sales managei ol ihe Kenluckian. scribbles " Bo Brummel " for ihe Ker- nel, and adds lo ibis Kcvs, Inter Fraternity Council. Slic:)lleis, and liis coup (i ' c-l,il llic | inning of Nan c:v Orrell, after several unsuiccssful allenipis, Pete Rein inger added a harsh and Itisiv (Jerman voice in ilie c:heei " ing section of the campus in his fomici t.i))acits of head noise director, George Ntartin enlered the Inlramurals lor the lodge. He boxed. His spirit was line but two miiuites of the first round was all ihai was necessarv lo show liim his master. Six of the boys will exit with diplomas this term, Thev are Cail ' annov. James Richmond (former Roi)bic Pavnc jjin man). James Richardson (the drum nicr man in the band). F.arl Martin. Weston Winkler, and Jinimie Stephens, 303 GcuM pAdA. GofH pAdA. I ' lll ni I.IA 1 HI-IA Big shots in the activity world among the " power- house " group are prexy Dick Bush. Franklin Dr den, I.ahc Jackson. Logan Brown, and Dan Scoll. Dick is a nicMiher of I ' hi . lpha Delta, legal Irat, of Strollers, and ilic Rentuckian staff. Franklin dishes out " Hooe I ' oliiii ' every Friday for the Kernel, is also on the Kyian stalf, and writes for Sour Mash. Labt is presi- dent of ihe Men ' s Sttident Council, member of Bloik and Bridle, ag honorar . Scabbard and Blade. Lamp and Cross, and I ' ershing Rifles. Logan occu|)ies the presidents chair at ag societv meetings, and Dan is on the Stiulent Council. Herb Hillenmever helps in the ag field by member.ship in the Horiiciillural club. Two star athletes have found their wa into the I ' hi Deli.i ranks, namely Walter Hodge, ivho rcceullv lin ished a brilliant basketball season, being selected as Ml-Soiiiheasiern guaid. anil Dameron Davis, who. be- sides being a knockotu with the ladies, runs a mean football. V. R. anSant furthered the lodge ' s ath- letic prowess b winning the l. ' i. -poinid bosing tliam- pionship in Intramtnals. . llhough there was some talk that tlic Iri DcUs stole llieir idea, the boys managed to gel up a honic- loming decoration that won second place. Thev also expressed a desire to extend a hel|3ing hand to dear old " Kaintuck " bv wiiuiing the cup olTeied for the greatest nimiljer of pep lags at footltall games to raise monev for the student iniion ftnid. The chapter nia or mav not have been isibl bin dercd bv the absence this last semester of Dossett Rcid. who took off for Florida after mid-vear exams onlv to return and register " acro.ss the street " at Trans l ,ini:r His first semester activities included blasting ww.w al the front-room manile piece willi a shotgun uholh upon impulse. PHI K. P1 . T. f ' " I he I ' hi Tails arc an energetic group. ilie fighl for what ihe want and usiiallv get it. In theii troph case lesl cups for ping-pong singles and doid)lcs. touth bioiliall, heawweighl uresiling. and free-throw. Bob Ialone heads the chapter list of celebrities, having liccn in his time, director of the Lniversitv radio si[j(lios. business manager of Strollers, and president ol the Iniversitv Catholic club. I ' rexx Bob Mills holiN the monev bags for the junior class and manages ihe boxing and cioss-countrv team along with il. They practicallv control SuKv Circle, having six members in that noble bodv. .Among them, Claiule Terrell, basketball manager. George Jesse follows in I lie footsteps of Bob Malonev as present manager of llic I ' niversity radio extension studios and is prom- inent in Guignol alTairs. I he ranks of campus honoraries are swelled bv luanv of their number: Wallv Briggs. Lamp and Cross. Radio I ' layers. and Guignol: Jav Lucian. Guignol. tenuis manager, and boxing manager. Graduating seniors in the lodge are Robert Malonev. C:liarlie Dunn. .Alfred Roswell. ' Wally Briggs, Bobbv Coleman. Waller Thorn. is, and Collier Hall. Tlicir foiin:il d.incc, uilli Fmil ' elasco and his or- liesii:i. :i is a cnnpus " wow " ! and will long be re- membered by L. K. students as one of the outstaiuiing ho|)s of Ihe car. C:hiibby little Gailli House leads a promising c;im- pus b:nul and is popular among the fairer sex. A colorful ligtne. his ' -S is a familiar sight on ihe moon lil highwavs. PHI SK.M K PI ' I he Phi Sigs have appareiulv loinid iheir shooiiug star and are constanllv being carried to enviable heights in this celestial body, the I ' niversitv of Ken- ttickv. Having definitely annexed fifteen brothers out of a grcnip of thirty pledges, appioximalclv fiftv Phi Sigs now roam the campus. One of the super-stellar |ieisonalilics is George Spencer, an ODK man. who stars on ;ill of the campus ptiblicalions and who holds the editorship of the Ker- nel and associate editorship of the Sour Nfash. Spencer is a memlier of Delia Sigma Chi, hoiiorarv iourn:ilism fratcrnilv for men. Gradu.iling in [unc he will be followed in journalisiic fields bv his fiat brother, Rav Lathrem. who is bv no means a small star, Lalhrcm. one of the campus " big shots, " is co-edilor cit ihe ' .W " K " Book, president of Lances, business manager of Siiollers. and is active in Guignol. Dcli:i Sigma Chi. ■. M. C. . .. Kernel. :nicl Inter-Fralei niiv Council. The Phi Sigs publicize their s|ionsmcii through ihe iiicdinm of Bob Rankin, a member of the Kernel sporis staff, and incidcniallv. the track team. Thcv olfer a double thieat in William Bertram, a member of the freshman football and freshman basketball teams. Thev entered all members in the Tntramurals and were aided bv Tntramural manager I.lovd H:inkiiis. ;ilso :i member of Phi Delia Phi anil Kiipp.i Delia Pi. ■ ■ PI KAPPA AIPH The editor of this Kenttickian. James . nder.soii. is one of ihe fiflv-five members of Pi Kappa - l|ih;i. lamed frai of Transvlvania Park. Not onlv that, but the Pi Kappa .Mphas have as a brother Bob Davis, athlete extraordinarv. For the benefit of the uninformed. Bob Davis is the genileiiKin who wrecks so much havoc when a piece of infl;ited pigskin is given him. It will also be remembered tli;i! Bob is no slouch at the gentle game of basketball. Edgar Penn. as vice-president of the junior class, is Ihe Pi Kap|):i Alpha hat in the I ' niversitv political ring. Penn also produces ihc b:illvhoo effect for his house, as he is a member of , lpha l)eli;i Sigma. ;ii!- vertising honorary. -Amateur Henry Clavs abound in Pi K;iopa .Mpha, Ihe first having representatives in both of the leg;il honoraries. These include Dorris Ruark and Frank W. Dailv in Phi Delia Phi and Tom Withers in Phi . lpha Delia. Tom Tavlor and Bobbv Stilz are the hopes of next vcars lodge. Tavlor is Inter-Fraternitv Council man and picture liov for the Kvian. S ' ilz is politician and general promoter. The honor of the fiat was also upheld by ' VVhilconib ill Ihc acting game, and Gulhcrie doing " squads right " for Pershing Rifles. 3()-J M(. l 1 I ' ll I I ' MI.ON ncs|jile :my insidious piiip ijiiiidii ili;ii may or may not lie Moalin ; aboul llic lanii)!!-.. SAK is a fjood fia- tcmilv. Whcu- oilier lotl cs bicker with one another over Intramural honors, the Limestone Lotharios trot auav with varsilv standouts such as lU-rl lolnison (a rootiiall player). J. Rite Valker (a haskelball plavcri. an l Dave Rogaii (it is rinnored that he can rini). Ol rampiis linninaries thcv have their share, prexv Tom .Viihols. most popidar senior. ()l)K. (;iii) nol. etc.: Bill ' ounH. Ian liela Phi slide iiiU ' award. Strollers, ami manaser of tennis team. [he S. r. Soinh Sea Stomp was the talk of the cam- ijtis for main moons and llumsht bv some to have been lops in formal activities. SnKv Circle selected their home-coming decoration as the best and a cup now rests in their irinvdcd case as a replica of that occasion. I hev landed fifteen plcdj es and now ha e siMvtwo aclivc members. John Burke 1 urncr carries on in militaiv aclivilies. beins a member of both Pershing Rifles and .Scabbard and Blade, while Jack Hoover holds kcvs for Lamp and Cross. Scabbard and Blade, and .Stiollcis. The chapter is dcfendiivj; their Intramural cham- pionship vi orouslv and have alrcadv copped top hon- ors in volleyball and basketball. They will have sirons contenders in the events to come and hope i retain iheir dip despite the Phi laws and Sl ' Chis. « • » s|(. I (III A (m si -(lass i.;i(iiip ol l)o s. the si;.; Chis feature a sports parade. In Intramural competition thev walked away with lop honors in touch football, yolf doubles, and second place in golf siiij les. Thcv also iiiaiia ;ed to place five winners in the bo ins; and wresllin { matches. They number amon ; Ihcir pri c actives. Richard Butler, picsidciu of the senior (lass, iiieniber of the Stndeiil C ountil. ()I)K. Scabbard and Blade. Peishins; Rillcs. Cadet Major of Second Battalion, rormer |)iesident of Si ' ma Chi. aiul member of the varsilv boxing team: Robert Foisvthe. most popular man and member of the boxin;.; team: I ' rcd I ' loweis. member of .Scabbard and Blade. Pcrshinif Rifles. Keys. Lances, etc.: Herman Dotson. Iiura-Fraternitv Coun- cil, member of SuKy. I ' nivcrsiiy Ilebale team, and Charlie Rvan. former vice-president of Sigma Chi. Pan-Politikon. I ' rvor Pre Medical socictv. and Inlra- miiial competition. Prexy Jimmy Stephenson, as an example of the iron hand in the velvet glove, is doing an admirable job o l leading the lodge to greater achievement on the cam- pus. Members lo be graduated in June are Dick But- ler, Bob Forsylhe. Charles Ryan. J. loohcv. and George Fields. X ' arioiis heart-beats around the campus ;nr pinned to Sigma Chis and they arc known for their iiulispiua ble choice and lastc in the selection of ilic objcds of I heir alfeclion. SIC fA NT Contrary to general opinion. Sigma Nu mav right fully boast of a man who shines in some places besides the lavern and Main Spring. He is Ciianville Byrne, who was recenth elected to that haloeil squad of scholars. Phi Bel;i Kappa. I ' hc Kudid gents have yet to recover from this unusual achievement. Byrne also keeps Sigma Nil ' s name registered in other activities. His vest chain of keys vouches lor his prominence. In political campus intrigues. Reynolds Watkins leads the Independent Combine in and out of defeat with the proverbial monolo niis legularitv. . fler win- ning the senior piesidciitv for the f. C. I) ) s. Watkins and compan have done little in g-aining ballot laurels. But Revnolds will be on IkuiiI next year and he should be more successful — that is. if he piolils by his mis lakes. Sigma Nu now cheers its liist athlete in a decade. His name is Ciib )ennings. Fhis Berea gianl rolled into the Blue Grass last fall and was urged lo try out for basketball. Despite the flood of scholarship (om pciiiors. [ciniing soon proved his sliilF to Ntentoi l(Bra cr. When iiumcial awards were made aflcr the season s nightcap. Gibbo was one of eight fiosh to receive 1910. . n athlete in Sigma Nu — anvthiiig can happen. The Knclld ili;ipel hoNleied ils ranks this e.ir b pledging lifleen assorted chaiaclers and lifleen social problems, . fter one semester of commanding Sigma Nil. Shcrrill Smith left his diarges lo ciilisi in more ple:isant work, namely, helping the flood sulfereis. Mav field ' s Charlie Nfaddox is at the " jovslick " at pres- ent, and oulsidc of a distinct pallor, nervous disorder, and loss of eighl. he seems to be the same old Charlie M(, l nil I I ' sll () .■ mere voulli among fraternilles on the (aiiipus. the Sigeps have dived deep in the swelling tide of college life, and, more than befitting a youth of his age. Sigma Phi Kpsilon now looms as a formidable foe of in- creased recognition and an example setter to othei fraternities and would-be fraternilics of the (ampus. I ' sing Iiitiamiiial sporls with a loudi of tin- aisil as their principal medium, the members charged into all contests will vim and vigor and exited with a just share of the gleanings. Mel Forden copped the 12.5- pound wrestling championship, and Charles Kelly played runner-up in the 1 l. " )-pound class. Forden represents the varsity and the lodge with a letter in track and ' arren Sieckmest does the same. lames Miller seems lo be the oulslaiiding activity iu:in with associate editor of the Kyian to his credit, the secretarial position of Lances in his pouch, and senior Intramural manager also in the bag. Sigep president. " Wicky " BrolTit. adds his presence to the Fiiter-Fraternitv Council. 1 .niip :ind Ciross. and Scab- bard and Blade. Not lo be left out in scholarship, the Sigeps produce I.eland Honnaker from their midst as a I an Beta Pi in:in. Their aesthetic taste even blossoms forth with Wall Milem and John Hunsaker as art editors of Sour Mash (and you know what kind of art comes from Sour Mash). The main feature of this year ' s initiation was the honorarv membership of Lieut. -Col. B. E. Brewer and ,1 follow lip of new actives. Milem. Lengvcl. Sleek- . ' io.- QoHtpMi, I Qamfiul iiK-si. liiikti, and Himsaker. (Theic ' s someiliir);; lurinv aboiu ilie soiiml l iliiisc names — read iheni again.) Chio Nancy Hanison fell by way of the pin on tlie day of days — St. ' alentine ' s — with the Ni.gep heart of Wak Milem. Mel Forden and Bill Gathot use Loui.s- ille lor their cointing ground and anv loss of pins in ihis dircilion (an he aicoinited for in [lie " big cil . " TRI.WGI.F. I ' lpnd possessor of one of the largest frat houses at . K., the Triangle lads have extended their influenie to prattically every phase of cani|His life. When the ninety-piece " Best 15and in IJixie " suiiigs d() ui llie field, it is Triangle Berkley Benneson who losses a baton as chief dnnii major. Benneson is also a ineniber of Phi Mu Alpha, men ' s honorary musical, and I.ances. jiuiior men ' s honorarv. The engineering boNs .ne led anil governed In prew Heru Miller. . member of the .Sotuheaslern Cionfereiue cham|)i n basketball sipiad. John Robei t Slrohni has pushed en giueer glor to the field of sports. Having twent - Ihree of their members acli e in Intraminal sporls. the Triangle won the rnnners-iip cup in ( lle liall Kngineer Charles Reeves is the head man ol I .lu Beta I ' i, honorary engineering frat. Two other I li- angles. Douglas Jackes and Mike Snider, arc members of that honorary. C;haracterislic of these slide lule and liansil bovs is the remembrance of last veai ' s Nfay flav float which seemed to cop llie distinction of being llie weirdest event of the affair. 15ul llieir other scandalous doings are hidden in the night outside the citv limits, where their dwelling is situated. BtU let ' s hope all their love affairs are not " Triangles. " fNDITF.NDINT Scattered throughotu the campus but with hcad- ([uartcis and erstwhile meeting place in Bradley hall, the Independents of the male brand go in for activ- ities on a large scale and olfer stiff competition to their fralernilv friends. Mostly shining in the field of s|)orts with positions too ntmierous to eniuiierate. these bo s also lind berths in other acti iiies through- otu the campus. I ' erhaps ihicf of these limelighters is Ross Chepclcll, the " Mad Russian, " who liolds down the post of Sour Mash editor and the managing editor position nl ihe Kernel. . member of the Cosmopolitan club and former prew. he finds new tliversions in Ciuignol. Delta Sigma Chi, and oilier lionorarics Ihal add lo his chest decorations. .■ dded to the above on the Kernel staff are |. B. Faidconer, Marvin Gav, and Mac Huglies in the sports division. Dan igger of the news room. I ill . illiui. journalisi cMraordinarv. Harrv Williams and Amhew l(kdalil, I ' lummer proteges with a fulure. () er the air wa es comes am of independence oi al le.isi llie oices of several, incliuling Mih R isen- bloom. S.ini Iilncr, Steve Bladek. Bill I iidoi , .ind olliers of the silvery tongue. I ' vamples of Indcpeiulenis of oiliei .irielies are Roland f ' ride of the Tan Bela I ' i ' s, George Fcskoe of f.uignol. and the Spragens brothers of the upper " i ' . Nf. C. . . and points higher. Sports claim l aid Durbin. (.oUlen Gloves chanipion and 125-pouud Intraminal winner, the Wincheslei brolhers of the heavier divisions of GoUlen Gloves, and Cluggish. Spears, niincan. etc.. of ihe freshman basketball stpiad. Football managers iniludc Dan- igger, Hanunerslev. Durbin. and Hughes. C. D. Moral takes spoiling and cheer leader honors. 306 Ai4io yuA f2JiA A44io yu4 pJnA. AidicuyiofJ


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