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■■- ITT — Tf ftfaUir . it i .fi- - JY " SL ' i ■ ' " ' ir ' ' r ■ ru db dJ3 cLb JL-J1 . ' " =Ere m:w s :im y s and EDITOR J es n i BUSINESS MANAGER LGG criieae a mvetiitu a o A mm i M me L xt-. e O -atceultute entueri ' %r. ■ ' v ■, l I ENOCH ORE HAN 1869 - 1937 Educator and JnuriialiM rOi m m ill A!T D ean o fM en T. T. JONES Adviser to men students on all sub- M-rls affecting their interest. Assists students financially through (lovernment Aid. through the Student Loan Fund, and through jobs on the I . mpus ' tnA in the cit ' . Fin.3ncial adviser of all fraterrut ' up ' nrol of parking on the cam- Has charge of residence halls for men. and of housing of men students in the city. 1 m rCh il D ean o fW omen Sarah G. Blanding. Dean of Wom- en and assistant professor of political science, was born in Fayette county, in 1898. She received her A. B. de- gree at the University and her M. A, at Columbia. Before becoming Dean of Women, she was instructor in phys- K-al education and Assistant Dean of Women. Assistant Dean Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes. Assistant Dean of Women, was born at Shaw- nee on the Delaware. Pennsylvania and attended the University of Ken tucky where she obtained her A. B degree. Before she came to the Un versity as a member of the faculty she taught at East Stroudsburg and Sayre College. She is a member of K appa Delta Pi and Mortar Board. m rQl 1 I FEATURES May Queen, 1909 S4 n a LEIGH BROWN KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA QUEEN MILDRED CROFT DELTA DELTA DELTA WINNIE TATE DELTA DELTA DELTA JEANNE BARKER ALPHA GAMMA DELTA VIRGINIA SMITH KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA J. RICE WALKER SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON MOST POPULAR MAN Tjpird A ard First A aT ' d Secopd A x ctrxi PRIZE WINNING SNAPSHOTS FRATERNITIES SoAjCfAdtie i Kentucky vaunts its women in the face of the world. And justly has she earned that right. For fact — not fancy — leads the proud Kentuckian to boast of those who equal in fame the Thoroughbred. In its men. descended from the venturesome " Leatherstockings " who first blazed a trail through the " dark and bloody " territory, the gawkiness of hardy forebears is a diminishing characteristic, yet the gentility of the sturdy pioneer has been retained. Kentucky manhood of today may be termed the fruition of an illustrous past. The University is the Mecca of Kentucky ' s finest examples of both sexes. Thus it is inferred that the student galaxy stands unrivalled among the centers of learning of the nation. The Greek organizations of the campus choose a goodly number from this tribe of " favorite sons and daughters. " It is our privilege to present them to you in this, the Fraternity and Sorority Section. Boles S. Renaker Roberts Da ls Phillips Griffin J. Renalccr Alpha Delta Theta SENIORS Joyce Roberts JUNIORS Sarah Renaker SOPHOMORES Anna Clifford Boles Peggy Payne PLEDGES Frances Skinner Marjorie Griffin Nancy Davis Janette Renaker Anne Phillips ALPHA DELTA THETA social so rority was founded in 1022 at Tran- sylvania College being the outgrowth of a local group. Alpha Theta. which ivas established in 1921. The sorority colors are Turquoise. Blue, Silver, and Scarlet: the flower is the Sweet Pea; and the publication is " The Portals. " OFFICERS SARAH RENAKER .... ANNA CLIFFORD BOLES JOYCE ROBERTS . MARY EDITH BACH 35 Chapters President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 1 37 Gouljuut Rentz B. Mitchell oricll Sellers B Slupp Payne M. Jones E Moori M, Mitchell Hodsoi Covte McAlistel Shearer Barker Ferguson Wilson Payton Bishop Alpha Gamma Delta Harkncss Smith Stiltz Taylor Riley Robertso 47 Chapters OFFICERS EVELYN McALISTER President DOROTHY BROADBENT Vice-President JEANNE BARKER Secretary MOLLY AGREE Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY Marie Barclay Sally Pence ALPHA GAMMA DELTA, national social sorority, was founded at Syra- cuse University in 1904 and the Ep- silon chapter was installed on the Kentucky campus in 1009. The flow- ers are Red and Buff Roses; the col- ors are Red. Buff, and Green; and the national publication is the " Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly. " 1 P 1 hhI Bv »l 38 B Murpliy Kash M Slupp Potter Over Craiii C. Jones Parks Murray Bertram Lee Hegarty Lisle M. Moore White Shrock M Clark Wolfe P Murphy L. Clark Lewis Acree Perlcey Klingliolz Ford Allen Mitts Anderson Mary Helen Barrett Dorothy Broadbent Helen Lee Hegarty Catherine Jones Eleanor Ruth Jones Molly Acree Wilhemina Bishop Ann Chambers Ellen Coyte Mary Ellen Ferguson Jeanne Barker Lucille Bertram Epsilon Chapter SENIORS Evelyn McAlister Eleanor Mitts Elizabeth Moore Frances Murphy JUNIORS Martha Wood Lee Bettye Murphy Roberta Payne Jane Potter SOPHOMORES Gladys Harkness Mildred Kash Martha Mitchell Mable Payton Martha Louise Shipp Frankie Smith Mary Grinter White Sarah Wilson Helen Riddell Martha Riley Barbara Shipp Mary Ann Stilz Betty Jane Sellers Fannie Belle Pirkey Helen Shearer Marjorie Allen Mary Louise Anderson Lillian Berry Clark Marion Clark June Crain Billie Dyer Alice Ford PLEDGES Jane Godbout Ruth Hodson Annette Klingholtz Jane Lewis Elizabeth Lisle Betty Mitchell Martha Moore Aimee Murray Nancy Orrell Lois Garner Parks Mary D. Porter Leonna Robertson Marjory Shrock Helen Taylor Dorothy Wolfe 39 Alpha Xi Delta 5b Chapters OFFICERS MARGARET STEWART President VIRGINIA FERGUSON Vice-President ELAINE ALLISON Treasurer ANNE WYATT Secretary ALPHA XI DELTA, national social sorority, was founded at Lombard College in 1893. Xi chapter was in- stalled on the University of Kentucky campus in 1908. The sorority colors are Double Blue and Gold; the flower is the Pink Rose and the publication is the " Alpha Xi Delta Journal. " 40 m - " - .Mij i-: Clopton Allison Wvatt McEli-oy Lee Doyle Gloster Grahai Johnson Holmes McGaughey Luigart Clay Snyde XI Chapter SENIORS Eva Clay Virginia Ferguson Jean Gloster Ruth Clopton JUNIORS Elaine Allison Florence Greene Margaret Stewart Alice Bailey Jean McElroy Sue Sparks SOPHOMORES Anne Wyatt Evelyn Ewan Edith May Giltner Nancy Lipscomb Lovaine Lewis [ary Virginia Benckart PLEDGES Mary Catherine Luigart Emily Clay Llewellyn Holmes Mary Matlack Marjorie Doyle Anna Louise Johnson Ali ce McGaughey Nathalie Dye Betty Lee Marjorie Sandford Laura Graham Helen Long Mamie Snyder 41 CO Bewlay Stark B. Jackson M. Dav Lowe M, Cruise Kellv Crouse Alien Quigley Ammerman Rush R. Pile M. S. Pile Koppilis Hinton Anderson Burton Castle Rollins Burks D. A. Young Miller Richmond Coombs Warwick Branaman S- Jackson Harrison R. Atkins Chi Omega 91 Chapters OFFICERS BETTY BEWLAY President MARGARET BRUCE CRUISE ELIZABETH DANIEL Secretary BETSY ALLEN Treasurer CHI OMEGA, national social sorority. was founded at the University of Ar kansas in 1895. The Lambda Alpha chapter was installed on the Kentucky carripus in 1914. The flower is the White Carnation; the colors are Car- dinal and Straw; and the national publication is the " Eleusis ol Chi Omega. " 42 Parker D. Young Beckett Amberg Vn Daniel N, Jackson Saunders Blanton Lair Piggott DeMaro E, Cruise m J. Day L, Atkins Halev S. C, Jacksoi McKee Donolio Kirknian D. Lair Hill Estes Titswortli Kobert Hicks P. Hoyle Carter A. Tuttle A. H. Dav Lambda Alpha Chapter Martha Ammerman Alice Amberg Betty Bewlay Margaret Bruce Cruise Elizabeth Daniel Pauline Hoyle Katherine Crouse Clara Belle Haley Harriet Estes Ann Louise File Jane Day SENIORS Mary Elizabeth Hoyle Molly Day Lida Lee Atkins Roberta Atkins Mary Elizabeth Koppius JUNIORS Nancy Harrison Martha Lowe SOPHOMORES Susan Jackson Martha Kelly Mary Stuart Pile Betty Jackson Mary Ellen Saunders Mary Lou Stark Austine Tuttle Lila Titsworth Emily Quigley Betsy Allen Alice Blanton Nancy Ann Jackson Ruth Richmond Dorothy Young Jean Beckett Betty Bronson Helen Burks Glenda Burton Betty Branaman Babs Carter Glenn Coombs Jane Crump Mary Ellen De Maro Ann Harding Davis PLEDGES Dorothy Donoho Lyda Garrett Joyce Hicks Edna Hill Ann Ward Harris Natilie Ward Hinton Billy Jackson Martha Kirkman Martha Lair Dorothy Lair Levianna Miller Ida Jean Phillips Claire Piggot Ruth Pile Mary Frances Parker Taylor Bess Rollings Mary Jane Smith Marguerite Tuttle Loulie Ruth Vivion Lyl Warwick Lorraine Worthington Chick Young DeeDee Castle Frances Hannah Nancy McKee Lucy Anderson Jean Jackson 43 ... Jr; ui " i£i Pi ' imniKtoii Tate Laiii; Dillv Aiidevsou I " (id Mercer Boland Redmoii HiUenmeyer B Elliott Conley W.akl. y Dawson Bakliaus Moore D Elliott Stagg Short Vance Hope Baker Hume Ralston Overstreet Rliodemyre Worchester Rhodes Stoll Covington McCreight Delta Delta Delta 87 Chapters OFFICERS WINNIE TATE President NELL PENNINGTON Vice-President MARY K. BOLAND Secretary SUSAN ANDERSON Treasurer DELTA DELTA DELTA, national social sorority, was founded at Boston University on Tliankssiving Eve, 1888. Delta Rho chapter was installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1923. The flower is the Pansy; the colors are Silver, Gold, and Blue; the national publication is " The Tri- dent. " 44 M. Jackso n Fhi» ris A Redd) Davidson Eversole Haidwick Mason J, Elliott McCarthy Roszell Justice Nisbet CroJt Colin 1 1 Stott Evans Crutchei Gu n Stew ait Lewis Young Sowards Denny Buchart Cottrell Susan Anderson Elizabeth Black Ruth Dilly Mary Castleman Dawson Evelyn Flowers Betty Bakhaus Mary K. Boland Mary Evelyn Conley Charlene Davidson Delta Rho Chapter SENIORS Mary Elizabeth Gary Margaret Mercer Ann Lang Nell Pennington Isabel Ralston JUNIORS Virginia Alice Eversole Martha Jackson Mary E. Mason June Lassing Susan Smith Margaret Redmon Winnie Tate Mary Todd Wanda Berry Joy Moore Ruth Stewart Frances Woods Betty Denny Dorothy Love Elliott Sara Biggs Betsy Covington Vi Crutcher Betty Elliott Ann Guyn SOPHOMORES Gertrude Gauntlet Dorothy Hillenmeyer Fay McCarthy Ellen Overstreet Mary Scott Elizabeth Smith Peggy Weakley Mary Worchester Susan A. McCreight PLEDGES Eileen Baker Frances Buchart Dorothy Colliver Lucy Cottrell Mildred Croft Jean Elliott Jane Evans Mary Lee Hope Ann Trent Eudora Vance Laura Walton Alice Redding Martha Hume Florane Justice Estalene Lewis Anne Catherine Myers Louis e Nisbet Betty Carol Rhodemyre Margaret Anne Rhodes Katheryn Roszell Betty Short Betty Sowards Dorothy Stagg Anne Lee Stoll 45 Delta Zeta 58 Chapters OFFICERS DIXIE ABRAM .... DOROTHY SANTEN CHARLOTTE PERCIVAL RUTH SCHROEDER President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY Mildred Lewis Verna Latzke DELTA ZETA, national social soror- ity, was founded at Miami University October 24, 1902. The Alpha Theta chapter was installed on the Kentucky campus May 26, 192. . The sorority colors are Old Rose and Vieux Green; the jewel is the Diamond; and the national publication is the " Lamp. " Alpha Theta Chapter Hungarland SENIORS Dixie Abram Marian Mehler Ruth Schroeder Dorothy Santen Margaret Massie JUNIORS Mary Elizabeth Curtis Charlotte Percival Marie Snyder Florine Hurt SOPHOMORES Nancy Noble Mary Frances Holladay Winifred Jayne PLEDGES Dixie Gower Virginia Roberson Vema Mae Meador Mary Evelyn Phillips Rachel Irvin Edith McKinney Hazel Harmon Ruth Bryant Jane Houston Edna Herring Julia Wood Frances Britten Betty Vosmer Anne Todd Helene Rice Margaret Pruitt Dixie Helmers Evelyn Warren Dolly Hungerland Jessie Wilson Virginia Rich 47 Roberta Wilson s .. .T _ , ' | . |- (; ' f,: " Nagel Sahli Plohr Porster M. Kendall Batterton Johnson Pettus Overstreet Chase Myers Keeton White Young Ransdell Woolcott Norman Willmott Stapletou Way Bradley Dawson McDutfie Hendershot MacVey Fowler B. Adams Wolki- Eba Rand M. Smith Thornbury Kappa Delta 71 Chapters OFFICERS ELEANOR RANDOLPH President RUTH JOHNSTON Vice-President MARIE EBA Secretary MARY JANE BRALY Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY Anita Gardner Willie Hughes Adams KAPPA DELTA, national social so- rority, was founded at the Virginia State Teachers ' College in 1897. The Epsilon Omega chapter was installed on the Kentucky campus in 1910. The sorority colors are Olive Green and White; the flower is the White Rose; and the national publication is " The Angelas, " 48 y " 4 ■ Sanders Mitchell C. Adams Marklev Park Mav Horlacher Plummer Denton Sledd Ball Woolfolk Randolph Torstrick Cassell Ligon Daughertv Scranton A Kendall B. Smith R. Johnston Edgerton Braly Jones Corbni McFarland Phelps Hubbard Crawford Williams McCauley Forrest Eps ilon Omega Chapter SENIORS Caroline Adams Carol Flohr Eleanor Randolph Amelia Denton Audrey Forster Mary Scranton Joy Meredith Edgerton Leslie Wilton Jones Margaret Markley JUNIORS Helen Brown White Virginia Batterton Marie Eba Jane Mitchell Mary Jane Braly Ruth Jonhston Frances Sledd Natalie Corbin Mary Byrd Kendall Dorothy Torstrick Ada Daugherty Elizabeth Ligon Dorothy Woolcott Matilda Denton Betsy May SOPHOMORES Frances Young Mariam Gardhouse Helen Myers Sarah Ransdall Mary Margaret Johnson Jean Ann Overstreet Erna Sahli Mary Louise McFarland Virginia Pottus James Charlotte Sanders Barbara McVey Bettie Phelps PLEDGES Louise Watts Adele Ball Jean Hubbard Barbara Smith Mary Frances Bradley Carol Keeton Geraldine Stapleton Mary Frances Cassell Allie Garnet Kendall Tholma Taurinan Virginia Chase Lorraine McCauley Nelle Marie Thornbury Catherine Crawford Anne Walton McDuRie Virginia Way Katherine Dawson Wilhelmina Nagel Margie Williams Cordelia Forrest Avis Norman Irene Willmott Virginia Fowler Mary Lou Park Alleen Wolke Helen Horlacher Ruby Plummer Elizabeth Rand Marjorie Woolfolk 49 Montgoi Ware Turck Rodes Donaldson Kappa Kappa Gamma 2 Chapters OFFICERS DOROTHY BABBITT President MARY DAINGER FIELD Secretary DOROTHY CLEMENTS Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dean Sarah Blanding Mary Kinjj Montgomery Ruth Mumford KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA, second oldest national social sorority, was founded at Monmouth College in 1870. The Beta Chi chapter was in- stalled on the Kentucky campus in 1910. The colors of Kappa Kappa Gamma are the Blue of the Sky and the Blue of the Sea; the flower is the Fleur de Lis; the jewel is the Sapph- ire; and the publication is the " Key. " 50 Freeman Ricliardson Cooper McLean M. Webb Clements Zimmer Mills S. Clay S. R. Estm Mendenhall M. Gay Thompson Taylor Van Meter Clara Bush Wilma Bush Naunerle Calhoun Martha Chauvet Clementine Cooper Virginia Alsop Dorothy Babbitt Jeanne Pat Belt Dorothy Clements Leigh Brown Mildred Bryan Laurie Cannon Eliza Brent Sallie Cannon Susan Clay Margaret Donaldson Mary Duncan Nancy Duncan Sara Revell Estill Beta Chi Chapter SENIORS Jane Freeman Martha Hawkins Elizabeth Jewell Anne Law Lyons Dorothy Murrell JUNIORS Mary Daingerfield Gladys Dimock Ruth Gay Sarah Gaitskill Genevieve Montgomery SOPHOMORES Lucy Elliot Fritzie Jillson Jean Mahan PLEDGES Mary Frances Gay Mary Henderson Harriet Lyle Laura Lyons Mary Ellen Mendenhall Mary Elizabeth Mills Anne Otter Katherine Richardson Rosemary Taylor Josephine Tunis Mildred Webb Mildred Wheeler Mary Louise Naive Pattie Field Van Meter Lillian Gaines Webb Elizabeth Zimmer Sarah Elizabeth McLean Ruth Peak Mary Gore Rodes Virginia Richey Betty Smith Virginia Smith Josephine Thompson Emmy Lou Turck Ruth Ware Mary Weidemann 51 V w i Zeta Tau Alpha SENIORS Lorenen Long Ella Waters JUNIORS Esther Rankin Louise Shepard Esther Montgomery SOPHOMORES Hattie Richie PLEDGES Margaret Becker Kay Fouts Fannie Bennelli Sara Fisher Barbara Dennis Evelyn Moore Lyda Palmer ZETA TAU ALPHA, national social sorority, was founded at the Virginia State Normal College in 1K97. The Alpha Chi chapter was installed on the Kentucky campus in 1924. The sorority colors are Turquoise Blue and Steel Gray the flower is th; ' White Violet; and the national pub- lication is the " Themis. " 71 Chapters ESTHER RANKIN .... HATTIE RICHIE ESTHER MONTGOMERY LOUISE SHEPARD President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 52 uzte iMdiie c a « p ? Pettus H BinkU-v McCroskv Smather.s W, Binklcy Price Harmon White Fowler DeLong Stokes Hadden Clarkson B. Clark Hanna Webb Gattou Rudd Gibson Quisenberry Alpha Gamma Rho 31 Chapters OFFICERS DAVID PETTUS President CHARLES E. BARRETT Vice-President .JAMES QUISENBERRY ... Secretary ROBERT CONNOR Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY l ■ J ' l ?! » - W. S. Anderson E. J. Kinney ■ Ilk.Ji ' r ' J. O. Barkman J. Holmes Martin " T ' AllSL Fordyce Ely H. B. Morrison K. i|_, « ii - , . A. T. Ringrose E. J. Wilfonl j li iUl d _ ALPHA GAMMA KHO, national ag- ' ' . riculture fraternity, was founded ai Indianapolis in 1908 by the union of the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity of Ohio State University and the Delta Rho Sigma of the University of Illi- M B V9B% IT . . R B V , Omicron B H tft ' B Bl M K Kentucky campus in May, 1920. The fraternity publication is the " Sickle _. IjM U ' arid Sheal " : the flower is the Pink V 1 1 ' Rose: and the colors are Green and Gold. 54 k A r , f . , _ej r%. r 0( c A y. d k M M M Warren Miller Barrett McConnell Gay Coots Barliman Hawknis Sutherland Williams Connor F Clarli Booton Cultc Judge Blakeman Simpson Harned Smoot Co Omicron Chapter C. E. Barrett Eugene Warren James White Charles Gatton Maurice Williams Harold Binkley David Pettus W. E. Shanklin Wendell Binkley James R. Price Leon McCrosky JUNIORS James Smathers Robert L. Connor James Quisenberry Sidney DeLong R. W. Rudd Fletcher Clark William McConnell Campbell Miller SOPHOMORES Marvin Harned W. C. Blakeman John Gay William Smoot Robert Booton Louis Clarkson PLEDGES George Gibson Paul Hanna Berl Fowler Harold Simpson Frank Cox James Sutherland Homer Hagman William Judge Howard Webb Harry Lindberg. Jr. Carl Hadden James Stokes Lyle Harmon Robert Barkman Thomas Culton J. T. Coots Bernard Clark O. D. Hawkins 55 f v . IP !! - . k.: i ' ti .M t f " " S f ' Va " ' ,w? ' " ' ' Hits -i n — Alpha Sigma Phi CHARLES W. SAUNDERS C. O. ELLISTON BERIAH MAGOFFIN JAMES GIBSON MEMBERS IN FACULTY Lyle Croft Lester O ' Bannon L. C. Robinson David M. Young ALPHA SIGMA PHI, national social fraternity, was founded at Yale Col- lege in 1845. The Sigma chapter be- came organized on the University of Kentucky campus in 1917. The fra- ternity colors are Cardinal and Stone; the flower is the Cardinal Rose; and the publication is the " Tomahawk. " 34 Chapters President Vice-Presidc nt Secretary Treasurer 55 m: lis - uT ' A.. . ' 1 r ? :• Rees Cochran Schlacter T. Corbin Satterfield Voge! St John Magoffin Hund Monaghan Sigma Chapter SENIORS Dickrr.on Ellisto Hunter Venter Charles Saunders Richard Hotaling W. J. Holbert Beriah Magoffin H. C. Satterfield Kenneth Downing James Gibson William Hund Edward Venters C. O. Elliston JUNIORS Sam Cannon H. L. Bethel, Jr. Thomas Culton SOPHOMORES William Merton Oscar Corbin W. E. Darnabv Arnold Barbeau Thomas Rees PLEDGES William Fuchs Don Plumby Walter Hollister Thomas Gherman Mark Cochrane Robert Monaghan William Green Ernie Barbeau Robert Harness Joe Dan Seed Harold Miller Thomas Downing Elwood Watson Leroy Holtzclaw Charles Tingue Raymond Schlacter Lester Reynolds Alfred Vogel Robert Dickerson Thomas Bowman L. C. Hunter Alfred Hood Jack Dooley Lawrence Corbin Sherril Daugherty 57 CfV ' fk •- " ' 7 A ' i 7 ' A c r n ' Mj ii ii ji ' : J - x D f ai r r lb. ?A FowltT Rapp Booher Rankin R. Williai Leonard Posev Meers .InlinMn P Ledrldge Doiner Nickerson Redd Cook Scott Congleton Martin Stapp Alpha Tau Omega 96 Chapters ROGER BROWN MERLE FOWLER JOE JOHNSON GARDEN MEERS OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY L. J. Horlacher Bart Peak Niel Plummer F. A. Hughes J. W. May Watson Armstrong L. E. Nolleau H. M. Merriwether ALPHA TAU OMEGA, national so cial fraternity, was founded at Rich- mond, Va., in 1865. The Mu Iota chapter was installed at the Univer- sity of Kentucky in 1909. The chap ter was the outgrowth of a local fra- ternity known as the " Midnight Imps. " The flower is the White Tea Rose: the colors. Azure and Gold; and the publication. " The Paint. " 58 Bucklcv H. Williams tt H. Mullins Toonis M. Brown Collings T. Ledridge Mahan Willmott Fischer Moler Walton Beasley Landrum Elder A. Angelucci Foley J. Clark Mains Shaw Lewis McCartney E. Mullens Mu Iota Chapter Roger Brown SENIORS Paul Ledridge Ralph Congleton Lloyd Mahan Fred B. Fischer David Dorner K. E. Rapp Sam Walton Charles C. Guy Paul Slaton JUNIORS Jess D. Willmott Sid Buckley Joe R. Johnson, Jr. Carroll Rankin William Elder Dave Lewis Cliff Shaw Merle Fowler Garden Meers Elliot Garrison SOPHOMORES Roy E. Tooms Phil Angelucci Charles Landrum Robert Nickerson George Booher Tom Ledridge Harold Redd Joe Creason Charles Moler Roy Williams Armand Angelucci PLEDGES James Scott Virgil Beasley John Keller James Strapp Meade Brown Kyle Leonard Walter Warf Jack Cave Walter Mains Jack Clark John Clark Elmond Martin Al Kirkland Lowell Collings Elmer Mullen Ellsworth Bellinger Jack Cook Harry Mullins Phil Jenkins John Cooper Howard G. McCartney Harold Williams Bernard Foley J. Cabell Posey George Wyatt 59 j rw O i ' ff Delta Chi OFFICERS FREDERIC G. McLEAN EDWARD RECANO JOHN W. W. KERR ANTHONY J. DUBAN MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. Alfred Brauer DELTA CHI, national social frater- nity, was founded October 13, 1890 at Cornell University. The Kentucky chapter was founded September . , 1913. The fraternity publication is the " Delta Chi Quarterly " ; the colors are Red and Buff; and the flower is the White Carnation. 34 Chapters President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer 60 f r r% ' r " i f " ' ' «f t _f ' « . rf Juban Lillis iles Downing Bittenbender Prezza Fritz Beatty Kentucky Chapter SENIORS stidham Col Bode Par Kenneth C. Raynor Francis Pusateri Milford Niles James Smee Edward Recano William Jobe Joseph Hicks Joseph Hagan JUNIORS James S. Carroll Anthony J. Duban Robert W. Reynold; Alexander Kazanovich James Downing Edward Kee Frederic G. McLean Loren Lillis SOPHOMORES James Allen Frank J. Kees John C. Bode PLEDGES John W. W. Kerr Ambrose Arthur Sinclair Raynor Peter Kurachek Edward Bittenbender Anthony Frezza George Kurachek Sylvester Nash Henry Reynolds William Craig George Browne Charles Stidham Richard Slevwright William Beatty Charles Aitkin Nick Lutz Roy McBrayer Edward Sydnor Alexander Parda James Farris Ralph Jackowski Edward Fritz Clyde Blanton 61 m - - CTj - Mj. ., r . a. a a 1 . ( . o C f tf ' f Delta Tau Delta Blevins Smith Muehsle Batterton Berrv Davis Triplett Mikolasv W. Adair 75 Chapters ' KDWIN K. BECK CHARLES M. PARRISH ROBERT E. FISH FRANK F. DAVIS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY Robert D. Hawkins Edward Johnson R. D. Miller Carroll Weisinger James Shropshire DELTA TAU DELTA, national so- cial fraternity, was founded at Beth- any College in 1859. The local chap- ter of Tau Delta Alpha became Deltn Epsilon chapter of the national or- ganiaztion in 1924. The flower of tlu ' fraternity is the Pansy; the colors are Purple. White, and Gold; and the publication is the " Rainbow. " 62 f:, ,c o e? o. T. c:,,fT c: o o. f n r p r ( " , Skaggs Fish Dickson Shropshire A. Bryson Tatum Tudor Faulconer Bohmer Ellison Taul Kittinger Barron Boiling W. Bryson Bullock Bleidt Karraker Jones Horn McDonald Moore Albert Fryman Murphy Delta Epsilon Chapter SENIORS Merrill M. Blevins Eugene H. Combs Oscar Wisner Robert Ellison Charles Bohmer Wendell R. Skagg; i Carrick Shropshire Morton Kelly Edwin K. Beck Robert G. Travis F. Kennedy Dickson Robert E. Fish Arthur T. Bryson John Holmes Harlowe F. Dean, Jr. JUNIORS Harry S. Hale ioy J. Batterton. Jr. Lester B. Smith John D. Davis Edwin H. Muehsler Frank F. Davis Neville J. Tatum George E. Duncan Orville M. Patton E. C. Wooton Jamie Thompson Louis Haynes, Jr. Charles M. Parrish SOPHOMORES William L. Tudor Walter Berry Lee Allen Heine George A. Scott Glenn W. Carl Clayton Bullock Jack Mylor Williams Adams Elbert Cooper Kenneth Rush William Moore Vernon Albert Jerome Day William Karraker Clarence Murphy Jack Bleidt John Featherston Curtis Reynolds Bruce Sullivan James Bowling Melford Garrison Thomas Kendrick James Taul Charles Bradford Emory Horn Cecil Kittinger James Waddlington William Bryson Robert Jones T. H. McDonald Manville Fryman Carl Combs Lytle Adams Wynne McKinney William Mikolasy James B. Faulconer 63 f - .jTj T 4.k i k C) ,(! , V iA fiU .jft n O H. 4 ! IrA Cloud Robii Kappa Alpha G. Colbm Tolbeit Satterwlute Tuttle 68 Chapters OFFICERS JOHN SHANKLIN President KEITH SHEPHERD Vice-President HENRY WALLACE Secretary RUDOLPH DE ROODE Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY C. C. Carpsnter William Freeman Garrett D. Buckner Joseph W. Pryor KAPPA ALPHA, national social fra- ternity, was founded at Washington and Lee University in 1865. The Theta chapter was established in Feb- ruary, 1893, as the first social frater- nity on the University campus. The national publication is the " Juurnal " : the flowers are the Red Rose and the Magnolia Blossom; the colors are Crimson and Old Gold. 64 IT.-, fr f? O C f i . £ .k A Ik Whavne Maxwell Wedding Proctor Breckenridge Hoskins Grinstead De Haven Green Moflett Gougll Turner E- Beard King Theta Chapter SENIORS McMakm Wallace Fishback Gillig M. Beard W- Cobhn John Shanklin Keith Shepherd Benjamin De Haven Rudolph de Roode Robert Sweeney Henry Wallace Chris Grinstead Wirt Turner Phil Miles Dwight McMakin Ernest Wedding Tom Yokum JUNIORS Harris Rhodes Elbert Allen Walter Stevenson Elliot Beard Marshall Beard Scott Breckenridge Robert Gillig Marshall Hart Robert Brumal Charles Higdon SOPHOMORES Jack King Granville Coblin Loren Williams Jack Maxwell Albert Moffett James Codell D. L. Proctor PLEDGES John Tuttle Wilce Games Robert Cloud Weldon Coblin Robert Fishback Joseph Greenwell James Groseclose Albert Hoskins Wickliffe Johnston William Lusk Scott Miller Hugh Owen Shaw Robinson F. L. Satterwhite Esten Speers J. Davis Tolbert Roy Whayne William Worth John Gough 65 4 h . f o C) -f o. r, 1! .Q C?y. Kapppa Sigma 109 Chapters OFFICERS ARTHUR W. PLUMMER President HAROLD E. HUBER Vice-President HARRY L. READ Secretary JOHN H. WAY. JR Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY William D. Funkhouser L. L. Dantzler KAPPA SIGMA, national social fra- ternity, was founded at the University of Virginia in 1869 and the Beta Nu chapter was installed on the Kentucky campus in April. 1901. The flower is the Lily of the Valley; the colors are Scarlet, Green, and White; and the na- tional publication is " The Caducous. " 66 4 1, , Samuels H. Huber Hardyii L. Huber Melloan Dotson Wav Thomas Steele Bean Ream Kenneth A. Barker Walter C. Botts Arthur J. Dotson Glen Hardymon George L. Jackson Beta Nu Chapter Jasper D. Hodson JUNIORS Robert R. McNamara Harry L. Read Bethel V. Ream SOPHOMORES Harold E. Huber Arthur W. Plummer E. Beamis Samuels David B. Thomas John H. Way, Jr. Herbert P. Hargett Frank A. Shipe PLEDGES L. Vimont Bean Donald S. Bennett Howard C. Davis Armfield H. Hammond Hal Hamed Henry S. Hodges Lee G. Huber William E. Knaebel Jimmy D. Lewers Barry E. Melloan Frank Moreland Willard Overstreet 67 Ewan Phillips Fred N. Reynolds Thomas Shelley Harry A. Schoberth Billy Steele John Welcli C E Mai-ti Montgomer: Talhchet Lambda Chi Alpha I . F. Martin Scott S. Simonton 90 Chapters OFFICERS ALLEN P. REININGER CHARLES BYRD WILLIAMS HERSCHEL WARD WILLIAM SIMONTON President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY Frank T. McFarland Wellington Patrick Verne Robinson Earl G. Welch LAMBDA CHI ALPHA, national so- cial fraternity, was founded at Boston College in 1909. The chapter was established on this campus in Feb- ruary, 1930. The fraternity publica- tion is the " Cross and Crescent " ; the flower is the Purple Iris; the colors are Purple, Green, and Gold. 68 ( » ' IS . T 2 Hin ton JIoi ' Ran C. B, Wilhan. W . o. :i. .. ul. Arnold Bowling H. Williams Cai: npbell Lobb Johnson Epsilon Phi Chapter SENIORS Allen P. Reininger Edgar Stephens JUNIORS Ollie W. Montgomery George Martin Lee A. Bowling, Jr. Charles Byrd Williams William Simonton Herschel Ward SOPHOMORES John H. Morgan C. P. Johnson PLEDGES Robert Scott Harry Buttermore William D. Tallichet Dukie Jones Aubrey Campbell George Cayce William Lobb Sam Simonton Walter Blount Walter Arnold Harry L. Hinton 69 c - ' ■ -ST O f V l t a ' k4 k 1 f p. fr r ) iul) L £r. L ,f Vogeler Wallace Wilson J. Owen Bohon Riddell Flippni E L, Biuuii McDonald Ranise Haggin Evans Hall Wood H, Hlllelime el Creech Dejip L. Caldwell McFall Phi Delta Theta OFFICERS I05 Chapters LOGAN BROWN . . . . President CLARENCE McCARROLL Vice-President WILLIAM DUTY Secretary WALTER FLIPPIN, IR Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. J. T. C. Noe • m IK. m PHI DELTA THETA, national social fraternity, was founded at Miami Uni- 1 J ft versity in 1848 and Epsilon chapter ■ was installed on the Kentucky cam- m W L pus in May, 1901. The flower is the J MWKLm i C3 4 ! ' HM h White Carnation; the colors are Blue m " ■UPi and White; and the national publica- m J IUJ. tion is the " Scroll and Palladium. " m VE S|gHklfa H 70 i It. O - L i dA " - " c» ? ' o Il ' ' ' ■ JA « O) e C 4lL .iM 4i . Mf isf. -e? f a i i v YAdA Greathousc R. Lewis Whittinghill Dutv Eddie Rogers Hieatt Brewer Taylor Ellis Hansen Swope Backer Dexheimer Epsllon Chapter SENIORS McCarrolI Vance Houlihan Courtney J. Caldwell Doggett Dossett Reid Donald Brown Allen Hieatt Logan Brown Terry Taylor Worthington Ensminger Richard Bush Allen Vogeler Edmond Thompson Taber Brewer Charles Duerson Charles Vance Hugh Brent Frank Ellis Walter Flippin. J r. JUNIORS F. T. Whittinghill Robert Houlihan William Hall Thomas McDonald Lewis Haggin Robert Lewis Clarence McCarroU Herbert Hillenmeyer Frank Dutton Larry Harrington Bethel Murray William Duty SOPHOMORES Jack Owens Lisle Bohon C. G. Depp John Walsh Logan Caldwell John Greathouse PLEDGES Harry Wilson Watt Backer Dan Doggett John McFall John Courtney Dameron Davis James Ramsey James Caldwell Pat Eddie Gene Riddell Bill Cassell Jack Evans Les Rawlins John Creech Robert Hansen Dick Swope John Dexheimer Joe Houlihan Walter Hodge Rollins Wood 71 f r r , € .r C r » . k hsk A:M i diM: M Ramsev Tabeling Kellciid Mills Lewis S Tavlor Stephenson Coe Stone Terrell Combest O ' Neal Bruce Voss Muncey Keeton Clinkenbeard Johnson Rainey Young Reeder Treanor DavJrt Baker Oliver Wheal Phi Kappa TaU 44 Chapters OFFICERS ROBERT L. MILLS President BELMONT RAMSEY Vice-President S. PAUL TAYLOR . . Secretary SAM McDonald Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY O. T. Koppius Roy Moreland Bob Baker C. S. Crouse Maurice Seay Hank Moore Frank Freeman PHI KAPPA TAU, national social fraternity, was founded at Miami Uni- versity, Oxford, Ohio in 1906. The chapter was established on this cam- pus in November, 1920. The frater- nity publication is " The Laurel " ; the flower is the Red Carnation; the colors are Harvard Red and Old Gold. f c ( n ft r f O ft f (T ft -3 . i rJdr r Thomas Johnston Lamb Jacobs Bowles Lucian Schofman Hand Holcomb McDonald Ellis Evans Sauer Nuxol Purdy House M. Mountjoy T. Mountjoy Davis Panelli P Jonc Hickey Thiel Morris Conrad Boles Kappa Chapter Sam McDonald SENIORS Frank Ellis James K. Kellond Belmont Ramsey Robert L. Mills William H. Evans John A. Lucian JUNIORS Julian Young John E. Clinkenbeard Robert Tabeling Vernard Voss John E. Stone S. Paul Taylor Manual Schoffman Walter Slater Coe Garth House Francis J. Halcomb SOPHOMORES Philip E. Jones Jack Nuxo! Elwood Stephenson Thomas Rusk John Stanley Boles Glen Purdy Daniel V. Terrell Morris Johnson Cyril Dannenhold J. T. Muncey PLEDGES Kenneth O ' Neil Edwin David Stanley Hand Roland Lamb William Davis Albert Thiel Eyford Treanor Holeman Morris Billy Baker Mark Jacobs Jack Reeder Jimmy Bowles Charles Bruce Orville P. Wheat Sam Rainey William Keeton George Jesse Ralph Thomas H. K. Johnston James Montgomery Richard Lewis Guy Wainscott Murrell Hickey Charles Combest John Conrad Earl Oliver Vincent Fanelli Morris Mountjoy Thomas Mountjoy Morry Holcomb Walter Sauer 73 AX. ATk - Phi Sigma Kappa 50 Chapters EDWIN SWEENEY ROBERT RANKIN EDSEL PENN ALONZO DORSEY President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dean P. P. Boyd Newell M. WiMe Earnest A. Bureau J. D. Williams Matthew H. Bedford Raymond H. Lickert Dean Edward Wiest Robert J. Griffin PHI SIGMA KAPPA, national social fraternity, was founded at Massachu- setts State College in 1873 and the Phi Deuteron chapter was founded on the University of Kentucky cam- pus in November, 1926. The frater- nity publication is the " Signet " ; the flower is the Red Carnation; the colors are Silver and Magenta. 74 -:r 4? » - iJ m m W ■■ i Phi Deuteron Chapter SENIORS William Roberts Raymond Lathrem JUNIORS Woodrow Calhoun Robert Rankin Alonzo Dorsey Bob Allen Edwin Sweeney Reginald Cantley SOPHOMORES Carl Kelley William Bertram Edsel Penn PLEDGES Dominic Gentile Raymond Stewart Raymond Moore Walter Davis Paul Ross Jack Yellman James Flagg Roland Rogg Garrett Fitzpatrick Roy Waters Maxwell Williams Charles Pope Frank O ' Brien William Linss Carl Staker Woodrow Belcher Morris Morgan E. Scott Lyons 75 ft !l ,C f . 1 i y .■SK?.-.;--. Paiiv McCanii Pole Stephenson Pearce NeL on T.ivlor Oar.v Salter Hai Bowne Rodenborn McFarland Price Prnn Fraser HoUingswo Daile. rth Graham Core Pi Kappa Alph a OFFICERS 78 Chapters TOM R. TAYLOR P Vice-Presid resident ROBERT C. STILZ ent MARSHALL B. GUTHRIE Serrftarv JOHN H. W ESI Treasu rer MEMBERS IN FACUirTY H. H. Downing fiBC( SBB ' .M David Young 1 a y •S - Robert D, Haun James W. Curtis U. f " l . K • 0 - t ' 1 ' ( PI KAPPA ALPHA, national social ■J irfcTl H H SHT I J fraternity, was founded at the Uni- K •1 w H versity of Virginia in 1868. The chap- H QBIl w ' ' Vfi ter was established on this campus in 1 June. 1901. The fraternity publica . ■ • ' 8B «i ifl Uj tion is the " Shield and Diamond " : r! »fl the flower is the Lilly of the Valley; K wB W uLl the colors are Garnet and Gold. HL ' ' - ' .i r - 1 H 76 f j O fT Herr.don Foster Gorman Bishop West Wathen Siiapp Foley Palmer Mulholland Haskell Rice Thieleman Harris Ewing Neiser Guthrie Omega Chapter James D. Ruark SENIORS M. S. Hollingsworth Franklin M. Foster Frank M. Dailey Edgar D. Penn Tom B. Parry William E. Gorman J. Robert Davis James S. Salter Robert C. Stilz Tom R. Taylor Lugene P. Rodenborn John H. West JUNIORS J. B. Douglass Andre B. Bowne Wyman Bishop L. R. Hamner Jay C. Nelson Carl G. Conner SOPHOMORES James G. Graham Charles Gary William H. Beck Marshall B. Guthrie Lun F. Herndon E. Chadwell Core Noah W. Mulholland James L. Wathen T. P. McCann John M. McFarland PLEDGES Elbridge L. Snapp Howard E. Price Tom D. Harris Paul Haskill Robert E. Rice. Jr. William A. Neiser Sam R. Ewing, Jr. Vert C. Fraser. Jr. William H. Thielman William C. Palmer Joe Bumette William J. Foley W. Letelle Stephenson Samuel B. Pole Robert P. Brown John Ed Pierce 77 t r O f! Cj C! o . f f . r? a f j f!s fT ' i jr J. Walkpr If Ikiki i ,i.-r tr Conglelon Z Smith Wuod.- Huiuijhuy Young Burli ' W Lowiy R Rogan Mansfield H. Walkt-r Moran Duke Tiiplett Clark Soionsen Harp R. Nash Williams W. Nash Alexander Francis Sigma Alpha Epsilon no Chapters OFFICERS J. RICE WALKER President WILLIAM HUMPHREY Vice-President ANDY ANDREW Secretary ROBERT YATES Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY H Prof. C. C. Jett H f m Grady Sellards I ■ ft HI VW Jobe Turner H " V ' ' SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON. national J ' ■ « »— i— social fraternity, was founded at tiie HMI »» v University of Alabama in 1865. The Kentucky Epsilon chapter was estab- lished on the campus in 1900. The fraternity publication is the " Record " ; BI MIB V " .] l J | u the flower is the Violet; and the v; £ ■pill. ttSIi an are Purple and Old Gold. K " . ' v Mk ' 78 Cj a o c c:i .?% i XM Ai. jfii A 2 Strothcr Ganiett Lander Snider Franklin Garland Lamason Butt Dondero Turner Eckler J. Baker Evans ScotL McCutchin Bryant Hunt Irvine Clark Hopson Jones McConne C. Hall B. Hall Ken tucky Epsilon Cha SENIORS pter Stanton Dondero Oscar McCutchin John Burke Turner Rogers Baker Jack Mohney J. Rice Walker Clayton Congleton William Humphrey Robert Yates Jack Hoover Zack Smith Gordon Yancey Lacy Hopson Robert Sherman Robert Evans David Lander John Strother JUNIORS Dave Rogan Jack Baker Donald Eckler Robert Stone Jim F. Doyle Lawrence Garland Donald Irvine SOPHOMORES William Young John Clarke Eugene Kinnaird Frank Roberts Thompson Bryant George Lamason John Snider Andrew Duke Crittenden Lowry Austin Triplett Charles Garnett Preston Mansfield Harris Walker Guy Jones PLEDGES Robert Nash Walter Butt Robert Rogan William Nash Carroll Franklin Granville Clark Harry Alexander Stanley Burlew Charles Hall Gus Moran William Francis David Scott Ben Williams Buford Hall James McConnell William Harp 79 1 f:, C: f C ,p Jas Stephenson Flowers Bugle Fields Bush Sparks Yaim-, Crady Singleton A. Hamilton B Hamilton Wine H, Dotson Bachmeyer Palmore Fulmer Cooke Liles Flemins Trent Gnes Miller Boone Poole Sigma Chi 98 Chapters OFFICERS JAMES B. STEPHENSON President ROBERT M. SINGLETON Vice-President GORDON BUGIE Secretary WILLIS O. JONES Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY Richard Johnson George W. Fithian Perry West Francis Cheek SIGMA CHI, national social frater- nity, was founded at Miami Univer- sity in 1855. Lambda Lambda chap- ter was established on the Kentucky campus in March, 1893. The frater- nity publications are the " Magazine ol Sigma Chi " and the " Sigma Chi Bulletin " ; the Hower. the White Rose: the colors. Blue and Old Gold. r. i . o a ; _ ?5 (fl c f .- , %b4.« i k€ Ik idifl 1 ) -O C c " C f 4 fei M Ramsev Hatcher Wilson W. Rehm Birckhead Adams William P, Rehn Rawlin s Jones Brii Justice Merrill Sullivan J. Simins Doerr H. Kendall igardr B R. . Simms Killea Kendall P. Smith J. Stephenson Snydf Gary Crame Lambd a Lambda Ch apter Fred J. Bringardner SENIORS Walter G. Rehm, Jr. Herman G. Dotson Weston Furr Harold P. Sparks Gayle T. Fields Willis O. Jones JUNIORS James B. Stephenson William Adams Frank J. Hayes Paul K. Smith Royce W. Bachmeyer Charles Justice John C. Sullivan Edward F. Birchhead James A. Palmore L. E. Trent Lawrence L. Bo!and Barney G. Simms James W. Whitt Gordon L. Bugie Robert M. Singleton Squire Williams James A. Fulmer SOPHOMORES Bryan P. Spears Homer H. Givin, Jr. William D. Killea John D. Wilson Buckner W. Hamilton Robert H. Rawlins PLEDGES James W. Wine, Jr. Hunter Belt Thomas Gries George Poole Hilary Boone Arch Hamilton Lloyd Ramsey Marshall Burlew Walter Hatcher Paul Rehm Richard Colbert Sherman Hinkebein John Simms Harry Cooke Ralph Kendall Walter Snyder Clark Cramer William Liles Joe Stephenson John Doer Nicholas Lutz Martin Teal Howard Endicott Thomas Merrill William Tracy Raymond Fleming Carl Miller Harold Black Wilmore Garrett Ted Miller Douglas Montondo William Boston 81 c ipi cy 0 f C:. ' - ' ( f Maddox R Watkiiis Mades Deiinv T Watkhis Holster HamiUon Conlcv Go.tii Warnick Dllhon Leonard Howell Feese Monohan Johnson Metcalfe Womack Ayres Hatfield Price Bennington RasnicK Sigma Nu 96 Chapters OFFICERS CHARLES B. MADDOX President JAMES F. GORDON Vice-President C. B. MARCUM. JR Secretary REYNOLDS WATKINS Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY M. J. Crutcher R. M. Stewart SIGMA NU, national social frater- nity, was founded at the Virginia Mil- itary Institute in 1869. Gamma loia was established on the Kentucky cam- pus in 1902. The fraternity publica- tion is the " Delta " ; the flower, White Rose; the colors. Black, White, and Gold. 82 ■tTj |f!!it Lji i l ife ,1 O . a f i ' 5 ■«» c a i i rf i Pf -rsr « C • r: «? e c. O o ' ■»»► «. ' r i6 J7 A:- ,m i Tik McAlister Cobb e Boyle Gordon Williams Taylor Bates Cliepelell White Binghan Marcum Stacey Garland Green Kerler Farley Kotcamp Sellars Warnock Carr Shaw- Gamma lota Ch apter SENIORS Charles B. Maddox George Kerler Curtis Denny Reynolds Watkins Frank Warnock William Holster JUNIORS Wimmer Leonard Denny Gooch, Jr. Elmer Carr Charles Mades Thomas Watkins Kenwid Hamilton James Greene SOPHOMORES Alexander Boyle James F. Gordon Earl Kotcamp, Jr. J. R. Bates James Howell C. B. Marcum, Jr. Alvin Stacey PLEDGES William Conley Harold Malone Bert Bennington John H. Metcalfe William Shaw Dennis Ayres Ross Chepeleff Jesse Holbrook Charles Price Rex Rasnick Harry Farley Charles Warnick Fred Curtis James Williams Thomas F. White William Bingham Spillman Cobb Greer Johnson Robert Mowett Joe Hill Taylor James Monohan Robert Hatfield Zack Womack James McAlister James Dillion William Garland Oscar Sellars Charles Sisk Rollin Feese 83 1 d, Sigma Phi Epsilon 67 Chapters I OFFICERS WILGUS BROFFITT President JAMES MILLER Vice-President MILTON YUNKER Secretary JAMES MILLER Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY Seke Shaver B. E. Brewer Harry Allen SIGMA PHI EPSILON, national so cial fraternity, was founded at the University of Richmond in 1901. The Kentucky Alpha chapter, established in 1933, was the outgrowth of a local fraternity, Sigma Beta Xi, which was founded in 1922. The fraternity pub- lication is the " Sigma Phi Epsilon Journal " ; the flowers are the Ameri- can Beauty Rose and the Purple Vio- let; the colors are Royal Purple and Blood Red. 84 Kentucky Alpha Chapter Wilgus Broffitt Melvin Forden James Miller JUNIORS Warren Steckmest William Gatliof Charles Kelly SOPHOMORES Jack Huber Joe Henry Rapier Clifton Vogt John Hunsaker PLEDGES Milton Yunker Luther Boyd Fabian Mathis Rankin Brunton Joe Raine Bronston Redmon Nat Campbell Jack Ramos Herbert Stevens Percy Frey C. J. Rice Raymond Garrison Jack Gathof John Velton Eldon De Muth Robert Hoffman William Von Allmen Jack Woodruff Harley Huddle A. W. Williams Carold Arnold D. C. Milner Richmond Terrill Harold Arnold Wallace Pember Richard Gardenhire Alfred Wathen 85 p c c. i Hi f j a r O HL. v ■ Afc ilk ' ak ii ; j CublKirt MoselfV Benneson Bourbaki l;ii,drinii Strohm Taliaferro Wilson Snider Wallis Uhls Faulkner Carney Brownnig Farcht Triangle i6 Chapters OFFICERS BERKLEY H. BENNESON President JAMES THURMAN ROBERTS Vice-President NORWELL I. GEBHART Secretary RUSSELL W. RAYMEY Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY C. S. Grouse fl- " ? , ■■■ IWlKt-fl E. B. Farris jtw f ' ■■l ' oB Robert W. Spicer l l Alvin L. Chambers B V Louis E. Nollau B D. V. Terrill I B ' ;J ' Phillip C. Emrath Stephen T. Saunier TRIANGLE, a fraternity for engi- neers, was founded at the University m, D ' .a of Illinois in 1907. The Kentucky BH i li Vw " chapter was established on the cam- pus in October, 1920. The fraternity publication is the " Triangle Review " : the flower is the White Carnation; the colors are Old Rose and Gray. 86 k i Kentucky Chapter James Barton Charles J. Carney Paul Forbes William K. Moseley Thomas J. Patterson JUNIORS Chester L. Robbins Melvin R. Downey Edward B. Wallis Nelson B. Faulkner Frank Lambert Joe Farcht J. Beyer Moore Edward R. Randall P. J. Mathis Thomas S. Ruth SOPHOMORES Chester C. Raeuchle PLEDGES John Robert Strohm Curtis W. Baumgardner W. W. Wilson J. J. Howard S. B. Bourbaki Robert Browning Roger L. Lyons John R. Hubbard Charles O. Landrum Robert J. Shaw Jesse G. Sadler Thomas M. Stewart Robert R. Taliaferro Robert Uhls Fred McCrea 87 i f ' ■ l I ' •■ ; ■ ' :: .ik Franc Skelton Pride Fisliba ck Bolts Reed Allen McCormick Lee H ouse Moth ers Mrs. Poundstone. Alpha Gamma Rho Mrs. Tevis Wilkirson, Alpha Sigma Phi Mrs. F. Embry, Alpha Tau Omega Mrs. H. C. Botts, Delta Chi Mrs. W. E. Skelton, Delta Tau Delta Mrs. Andrew Bowson, Kappa Alpha Mrs. G. Trapnell Jones, Kappa Sigma Mrs. W. P. Reed. Lambda Chi Alpha Mrs. T. S. Hagan, Phi Delta Theta Mrs. A. B. McCormick, Phi Kappa Tau Mrs. Mary Hanley, Phi Sigma Kappa Mrs. Lillian Warner, Pi Kappa Alpha Mrs. Elizabeth Luxon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Mrs. Park H. Long, Sigma Chi Mrs. Edith Francis. Sigma Nu Mrs. Carrie R. G Mrs. T. A. Stebbins, Zeta Tau Alpha Mrs. Ethel B. Fish, Triangle Mrs. Bertha Allen, Alpha Delta Theta Mrs. John Hagan, Alpha Gamma Delta Mrs. Will Hughes, Alpha Xi Delta Mrs. John Haggin, Chi Omega Mrs. Harry Lee, Delta Delta Delta Mrs. Sarah Jouett, Delta Zeta Mrs. J. T. Pride, Kappa Delta Mrs. George Newman, Kappa Kappa Gamma Mrs. T. W. Sweatt, Sigma Phi Epsilon Mrs. E. B. Beard, Shelby House Mrs. Frances Riggins, Shelby House Annex Mrs. Elias Dimbar, Dunbar House Mrs. Mollie Huddle, Huddle House roves. Groves House 88 ■ -l i - i - Football Team, 1893 Cats Fail Before Vanderbilt Commodores in Opening Tilt Opening their season on an alien field, the Cats were scuttled by the Commodores of Vanderbilt in rain drenched Nashville to the tune of 12- 0. A concoction of the water-logged turf, costly fumbles and a package of SOphomOFM l [),tniU ' ' it, inn-, I IJi rl shall. combined to hand Kentuck y l] - first opening game defeat in a decaiii- Soon after the second quarter wa inaugurated. Kentucky fumbled on fourth down and Vandy took the ball on the Blue 45-yard line. Marshall and Ray Andrus combined to float the oval to the two, where Marshall slipped over tackle to score. Pass, Davis to Robinson, Gives Cats 6-0 Win Over Xavier Fading back from his own 27-yard line to mid-field. Bob Davis shot a pass to Dick Robinson, who. with the aid of perfect blocking crossed into dou- ble stripe territory to bring the Wild- cats a meagre 6-0 win over Xavier in the second start of the year. Play was ragged on the part of both elevens and numerous penalties failed to stimulate even mildly the overflow throng that jammed Xavier ' s Corcoran field for the day. Following the marker, a Xavier 91 punt was returned by Davis four yards to his 24 where a determii ?d march moved the leather to the Musketeer 3. Walter Hodge hammered at center and missed the score by inches as the game ended. Wildcats Succumb to Yellow Jackets In Third Start of Year A machine-like band of Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets humiliated Ken- tucky in their Stoll field debut by a 32-0 margin in the third start of the year. The echoes of the starting gun had Elect Hiiikebcii as Sims, Konnemann and Appleby hammered the middle with Sims final ly going over. Again late in the second quarter the Southerners scored with Page scamp- ering over from the 4-yard line. h.ardly died away before Tech count- ed on a looping pass. Sims to Konne- man. Still stunned by the suddenness of the uprising, the bewildered Cats watched another Jacket score originate Wildcats Romp Over Washington and Lee Generals 41-6 In their fourth attempt, the Cats tomers by returning the opening kick- held a touchdown picnic on Stoll field off 80 yards to score, at the expense of Washington and Lee Five plays later Bob Davis moved as 10,000 fans added their voices to back into fake kick formation and the miracle. The guests were still trek- slanted off tackle for another 80 yard was generated when he gathered in a Washington and Lee pass on his goal line and streaked the length of the field to register. Howard scored for Washington and ing in when Hodge electrified the cus- scoring dash. Another Davis marker Lee late in the second quarter. Cats Upset Dope Bucket to Trample Manhattan I9-0 With three spectacular opening half touchdowns. Kentucky practically turned the football world upside down by upsetting Manhattan College by 19-0, much to the delight of approxi- mately 7,000 Stoll faithfuls. The contest was but eight plays old when Bob Davis buUeted a pass to Dick Robinson for the first six-point- er. A few minutes later the elder Dav- is accepted a Jasper punt on the Blue trip to make a second Cat marker At the start of quarter two, Dam- eron Davis replaced brother Bob in the Cat secondary and immediately passed 35 yards to Garland for the last 2 7-yard line and set sail on a 73 yard touchdown of the day. Murderous ' Bama Offense Engulfs Blue and White 4I-0 Sweltering in 85 degrees of late October heat, a murderous Alabama offense engulfed the sun-stricken Cats by 41-0 as the Bowl-bound Tide al- ternated three complete teams that registered scores in every period. ment with touchdowns. Following the third Tide marker. Bob Davis took the Tide kick-off on his own 17 and contributed the games outstanding run by returning the ball 53 yards to the Alabama 30. Holm counted first for Alabama iil ' r 10 minutes of sweating on a 11- ird gallop. Before the first half was |i. Blackwell, Kilgrow and Roberts ii S added to the Kentucky embarass- 93 Bob Davis Leads 27-7 Victory Over South Carolina Gamecocks Recoiling from the Alabama stam- pede, the Cats boosted the season ' s record to above the .500 mark by plucking the Gamecocks from South Carolina by 27-7 as 7,500 customers gasped at Bob Davis ' brilliant runnint; and groaned as Dameron Davis was felled mid-way of the second period with a head blow. Bob Davis plunged over for the first six-points in the opening round. Another Bob Davis race, this time of 62 yards, annexed the second marker and Walter Hodge, set free by efficient blocking, journeyed 26 yards for the third. Curtis made the concluding score on a plunge from the 5. Larry Garland added three extra points. Bostonians Hand Big Blue I2-0 Lacing On Muddy Gridiron On a field more suited to swimming. Kentucky, after a 2.300 mile rail ride, received a mud bath and 12-0 lacins at the hands of Boston College in the initial appearance of a Cat grid team in the bean town. Twice in the second canto Ken- tucky had a first down within the Boston eight yard line but could not swim the ball over the last double marker. Late in the first quarter a bad punt presented the Easterners the ball on the Blues 36-yard line where Jivili- kian skidded over after eight trys. The last touchdown concluded a sustained swim of 61 yards down the field with Guinea crossing for Boston College. Record Crowd Sees Wynnemen Drop Turkey Day Classic to Vols The season ' s top mob of 15,000 passed the turn stiles for the annual Thanksgiving day feud with Tennes- see and returned disappointed after viewing a sluggish Cat team drop a listless 12-0 decision. A seven yard Wildcat punt inspired the first Vol score in the second quar- ter. Early in the third quarter Babe Woods scored another for Tennessee. The Cats came to life after the 13th point. Bob Davis carried the ball to the three yard line where the at- tack stymied. Davis and Hodge moved the ball to the six. A first down was earned on the four but again the at- score board had been altered by the tack bogged and the Vols took the ball. Florida Eleven Upsets Kentucky In Season ' s Finale In the season ' s finale, Kentucky ended one of the most disastrous cam- paigns in recent history by dropping their wildest game of the year to Florida by a 6-0 score as a sub half- back ' s 58-yard dash set the scene for the game ' s winning touchdown. Flor- ida scored in the middle of the third quarter after repulsing a Wildcat ad- vance on their own 18 yard line. Ed Manning ripped off runs of 1 1 and 58 yards to put the leather on the 16 and from there, Delaney pushed over center for the score. The nearest Kentucky came to a six-pointer was a 40-yard pass that was juggled on the goal line and finally dropped. In llieir iirst encounter tlie youn Blues were defeated by a giant Van- derbilt frosh team with a 14-0 score on a wet. mushy Nashville field. The first year Commodores placed a team on the field that averaged a fraction less than 200 pounds per man. com- pared to Kentucky ' s 190. A strong first quarter attack netted the Tennessee freshmen a 12-0 win One of t!ie largest freshman foot- ball squads in the history of the Uni- versity greeted Coach Frank Mosele ' in his initial call for candidates. Though failing to hang up an un- beaten slate, the Kittens presented one of the best first year teams in recent years as they moved through their portion of the grid schedule t i annex one win in three games. 1 f 1 over Kentucky in the second encounter as 2,500 fans were present in Shield- Watkins stadium at Knoxville. The concluding game of the sched- ule was annexed by the Kittens in a parade of touchdowns that ground the helpless Morehead frosh into the Stoll field sod beneath an 80-6 onslaught. Coach Moseley ' s charges scored 12 times in every conceivable manner. 1 " r i A ' V-, ' Freshman Poolbnll : 96 ,J fiai ketLaU Hagan Opper Jackowski Basketball Opening with a 69-35 win over Berea College, the 1937- ' 38 version of the Wildcat basketball machine launched upon one of the most am- bitious schedules ever carded for a Kentucky net team and when the season had been curtained, one of the most enviable records ever attained by a Blue squad had been registered. Defending champions of the South- eastern conference, the Cats, led by Captain J. Rice Walker, recorded four straight wins before their mad rush was temporarily stymied by a dis- astrous Northern trip that sent the Cats home licking the wounds of three straight losses. The highlight of the 1937 portion of the year was the Sugar Bowl vic- tory over Pittsburgh on December 29 in the basketball feature of the Mid- winter Sports Association Carnival held in New Orleans. Pitt, as Eastern Intercollegiate League champs, came South with one of the best teams in the history of the school but were de- cisively trampled by Kentucky, led by Opper and Hagan, for the first win ever attained by a Southern team since the series was inaugurated three years ago. Immediately after classes convened following the Christmas holidays came the Northern jaunt and first a 43-38 loss to Michigan State, then Detroit University scalped the Wildcats by 34-26, followed by a 47-37 l oss to Notre Dame. Failure to cash in on foul shots cost Kentucky the game with Michigan State. During the game the Cats were granted 15 free chances at the goal and made but four good. The entire offensive burden was car- ried by Hagan who put seven field goals over the rim. Off to a slow start in the Detroit encounter. Coach Rupp ' s pupils were never able to catch within eight points of the fast-passing Northerners, who played their best game of the year. Hagan again was the scoring end of the team with 16 points. The third straight loss, an all time high since Coach Rupp moved into the basketball front office, was suf- fered when Johnny Moir. the Irish contribution to the All-American team. led a deadly shooting Notre Dame five to a 47737 win. With Hagan tem- porarily stopped, Thompson took over the offensive responsibilities and add- ed 15 markers. Then a short conference victory was made with Tennessee falling victim to the Cats by 52-27 and Alabama ' s mighty Crimson Wave being reduced to an anemic ripple with a 57-31 riot. Vanderbilt was the nejrt victim before a 42-19 onslaught. The fourth defeat was felt after .1 journey to Cincinnati to engage thi ' Xavier Musketeers, who won over the listless Cats by 35-29. Next Michigan State invaded Alumni gym for a re turn bout and were humiliated In 44-2 7 as Opper and Hagan combineil to score from all angles during tlu ' last half. Another revenge victory came Ken- tucky ' s way when Xavier made their local appearance and received ? 45-29 lacing for their travel. Hagan led the scorers with 12 points but the defen- sive play of Rouse, sensational sopho- more guard, was the outstanding pliasi- of the fray. The season ' s most thrilling gann- was taken by the Cats with a 35 .V( win over the strong Marquette Um versify team, conquerors of Noti ' - Dame, when Hagan sank a looping long shot from the center of the floor as the game ended. Trailing by 33-31 100 Captain Walker with but one minute to play, Opper knotted the count with a long shot from the side, when Hagan came through with his climaxing shot. As the shot burned its way through the net, a capacity audience of over 4,000 burst from the confinement on the stands to engulf players of both teams. From the spot which Hagan made the winning flip. Governor Chandler drove a nail into the floor as a remembrance of the occasion. The conference schedule was closed with an unblemished slate as Vander- bilt, Tennessee, and Alabama were each again defeated. In their first engagement in the annual tournament, before a scant crowd in Louisiana State ' s huge coli- seum, Kentucky was eliminated by the combination of a band of inspired Tulane Greenies and the whistle con- scious referees, who called fouls on the bewildred Wildcats for every rule infraction in the book. Unable to get their high pressure offense started be- cause of the rigid arbitration, Ken- tucky was helpless. Bernard Opper, who was later selected as new captain of next season ' s team, was named to a guard post on the All-tournament 1 honor team picked at the tournament, while " Red " Hagan was picked for the second team. The season marked the end of the trail for three graduating seniors, Capt. Walker, Hagan, and Charley Combs, all of whom received letters for their services to the squad. Varsity Basketball Squad 101 r " ) r-vmm i iw .MWhd ' . em kT " d Freshman Basketball Featuring six former all-state performers, the largest number of can- didates to ever report for a University basketball team, heeded Coach Mc- Brayer " s first call for frosh net hopefuls. Present in the all-state galaxy were Huber of Louisville St. Xavier, Ward of Inez, Combs of Hazard, Cluggish of Corbin, Montgomery of Frank- fort, Indiana, and Jefferson of Midway. After dropping the opening game on the schedule to the strong Eden- tide independent team of Louisville by 27-25, the Kittens gradually rounded into possibly the most formidable first year squad to ever wear the Blue. Only two decisions were dropped during the entire season. The feature victory of the year was an overtime 45-41 win over the powerful Cumberland College team in a preliminary appetizer to the Ken- tucky-Marquette thriller. The Cumberland powerhouse came to Alumni gym boasting a clean slate in 18 engagements, but the scratching Kittens played their rangier foes off their feet and proceeded to ice the game in the over- time when Huber, Farnsley and White hit shots that annulled the Cumber- land two-pointer made by Tallent. In a return two game engagement, Cumberland defeated the Kittens for the second Kentucky loss of the year in another overtime game on the Cumberland floor. The preceeding night the young Cats completely avenged themselves with a 47-37 win as Orme, red-headed forward paced the point contributors with 20 markers. Another close game was snatched from the Morehead College freshmen on a last minute field goal by Farnsley that gave Kentucky a 39-38 victory. 102 --vS NNX , OtUe i SpXf id. Track Under the supervision of a new coach. C. A. Striplin. Kentucky en- joyed one of the most successful sea- sons in recent history as the Blues swept undefeated through a three- meet schedule and topped the year by finishing fourth in the annual South- eastern conference tournament. The nucleus of the team was con- structed around four performers. Cap- tain Ben Willis, dash artist; Dave Rogan. the South ' s ace middle dis- tance runner: Elmore Simpson, jave- Im hurler supreme: and Ralph Carlisle, high and broad jump. Before the season ended, another mid- dle distance runner, Cecil Hellard. had been devel- oped an l rated among the best milers in the confer- ence. Kentucky-Vanderbilt In the season ' s opening meet, the Cats barely out- lasted Vanderbilt to win by 59-58 on the StoU field cinders. Rogan paced the Wild cats by annexing first places in the half-mile, mile and two mile runs. Willis, up set in the dashes, scored wins in both the hurdles. Carlisle was not extended in winning the high jump and Simpson easily secured the javelin points. Kentucky-Berea The second start of the year went to Kentucky by 95-36 over the hap- less Berea Mountaineers, again on the home track. Captain Willis clicked off the 100- yard dash in 9.9 seconds to win that event and returned later to sweep the hurdles. The discus sling and 220- yard dash went to Bob Davis, who V ' made liis first track bow. the half mile runs, barely track record for the mile ond when he was clocked ■t:.- Rogan missing by one in 4:22. Kentucky ' Tennessee Led by Willis who contributed n total of 20 points, the concludin ' meet of the year was wrested from Tennessee by 70-47. Willis collected first points in the 100 and 220-yard dashes, as well as the usual sweep in the hurdle events. Rogan added points with firsts in the half-mile and two mile runs. In tlr Captain Willis mn Viuslly Truck Squad 104 mile trip, Hellard and Rogan finished one, two, when Rogan lagged on the last lap, allowing Hellard to pass him. A toss of 184 feet, 3 inches won the javelin event for Simpson. Carlisle topped the broad jumpers with 22 feet, 3 inches. Conference Tournament In the Southeastern conference meet held on Legion Field, Birmingham, Alabama, Kentucky finished behind Georgia Tech, Louisiana State and Auburn, by annexing 18 points for a fourth place finish. A record smashing excursion of 4:16.3 in the mile run by Rogan shattered his own conference record. Returning to the track after an hour ' s refreshment, Rogan topped the half- milers to win with a jaunt of 1:56.2. In the record bettering mile trip, Hellard finished in fifth place after being blocked out of third position honors. Willis dropped the 100-yard dash to Olympic team dashman Bob Packard of Georgia, who won the race in the amazing time of 9.5 seconds. Due to a gale-like wind at the back of the runners, the time was not ac- cepted as a record. Simpson, pre-meet favorite, was nosed out of the javelin event by Standily of Alabama, and Jeffries of Tennessee. Relay Tram 105 Freshman Track The Kentucky Track Kittens found little time to gambol last spring due to inclement weather which forced the squad to seek a roof above their heads. Less than a full week of practice on the cinders were provided the freshmen tracksters, most of the training being devoted to calisthenics in the gym. Weather permitted one frosh meet with Berea, competing April 28 on the home field at the same time the Berea-Kentucky varsity met. A scheduled match with Hanover College of Indiana was drizzled out. The lone contest of the Kentucky yearlings was their nemesis. Berea compensating their varsity loss by a score of 73 to 57. Powell of the visiting team led the frosh by winning two firsts in the hurdle events, second in the 100 yard dash, and third in the 220. Kennedy and Hammonds starred for the Kittens pulling down the shotput and broad jump points respectively. Both men bettered the winning marks of the varsity victors. Stafford took the 100 yard dash and T. Ledridge broke first tape in the 220. Numeral Men for the season were Corbin, Hammonds. Kennedy. Lack- man, Lancaster. T. Ledridge. Lyons, and McCubbin. Coach C. F. Striplin proved an able tutor and Kibby Vogt acted as manager of the yearlings. ICG Golf Team The tryouts for the 1937 golf team, made April 7 and 8, 1937, resulted in a low score of 155 by Jack Mohney, thereby placing him in number one position on the squad which he held throughout the season. Bain Smith, Bill Adams and Captain Thaxton qualified for the remain- ing positions with Walt Flippin and Gerald Holstein serving as alternate members. Thaxton was the only second year man chosen for the team. Due to faulty management of the schedule, the first two matches were played away from home very early in the season. The first match, played at Knoxville, Tenn., was lost to the more experienced University of Tennessee team who had previously played five matches in the 1937 season. The squad then travelled to St. Louis to play Washington University who had just tied the excellent Notre Dame team on their own links. W. U. defeated the U. K. team. Returning home, U. K. defeated Cincinnati University, but was beaten on the following day at Dayton, Ohio by the Dayton University team. The U. K. won the remaining four matches, playing Cincinnati and Eastern State Teachers College in return bouts and Tennessee and Eastern at home. At Louisville the U. K. golfers won the team championship by default, and the individual first honors of the State Intercollegiate meet. Individual honors were won by Jack Mohney with a score of 223 for 54 holes and Bill Adams and Bain Smith who tied for third place. The season was very successful for the U. K. team who won more matches than any former U. K. team in the same number of encounters. Thaxton was reelected captain for the 1938 season. 107 T ennis Tea m Coach H. H. Downing ' s University tennis team faced a difficult schedule in 1937, but when the season came to a close it had recorded eight victories in ten notches. The two losses, one of which came early in the season occurred on the home courts. The netters were handicapped by the inclement weather in the early spring, forcing the squad into the gymnasium for the major part of the training. The team only had six days of outdoor practice before the first match. In addition to weather difficulties, the team lost its captain, Dave Ran- dall, who was sricken with appendi- citis and was unable to play through- out the season. Dave had been counted upon to fill a regular position and his absence was felt sorely by the squad. Returning lettermen from the 1935 team were " Monty " Montgomery, who served as captain. Bob Evans, and Randall. Chances for a winning team looked dim until Warfield Donohue, Phil Englebardt, Walter Botts, Oscar Wisner, and Ruel Foster came out to join the netters. From the strong 1936 freshman squad which won six matches in eight attempts there was not a single man who made the varsity indicating the strength of the v eteran varsity ma- terial. The Cats opened their schedule on April 22 with a 4 to 3 victory over the Hoosiers from Indiana University, but the next day saw them fall before a better conditioned University of the South foe by a S to 1 score. Rain prevented the Wayne Univer- sity invasion from the north, April 24, and also knocked out the Berea Col- lege tilt after the Cats had run up a comfortable margin, but not enough to constitute a match. After this match the Kentuckians headed South for their annual trip. Their first stop was at Knoxville where they disheartened the Univer- sity of Tennessee, 7 to 2. Donohue took the spark out of the Tennesseans with a two set victory over " Biggy " Marshall, their pride and joy. This match also started Bobby Evans on a winning streak which lasted through- out the season. From Knoxville they moved down to Atlanta, Ga., where they were sup- posed to meet the Rambling Wrecks from Georgia Tech. but rain washed out this battle as well as one sched- uled for the following day with the University of Georgia at Athens. Out of the first seven scheduled matches only three were played. Thereafter the remaining matches were playeci On their way back to the Blue Gra--- state in an attempt to get out of the rain the Kentuckians stopped off at Sewanee and made up for their pre- vious loss with a 7 to 2 victory. Tin match was played in near freezin; weather on the first day of May. The next match for the Blue and White was with the Michigan State team from East Lansing. The visiting 108 Yankees made themselves at home with an 8 to 1 conquest of the Cats, hut declaring however, that the Blue had been the best team that they had met during the season. They had al- ready played some of the top notch squads of the Big Ten. Notre Dame ' s mighty Fighting Irish came to town next, but felt the wrath of Kentucky ' s power and were turned away. 6 to 3. This match started the Kentuckians on a winning streak which they were on when th e season came to a close. Phil Englebardt, playing the No. 3 position, began his own streak which he continued at the expense of the opposing players. Next to come to the Blue Grass city was a neighboring school, the Univer- sity of Louisville, who left after ab- sorbing an 8 to 1 lacing. " Bosco " Wisner lost the only Kentucky match when he was defeated in a three set tilt after winning the first set. The Lexingtonians left the campus May 15 on their last trip and crossed the Ohio river into Cincinnati where they trounced the University 7 to 2 with " War " Donohue losing the only singles match. On May 18 the University of Ten- nessee came back for another crack at us, but this time they were sub- dued 7 to 0, even worse than their previous licking. Two doubles matches were rained out and only the No. 3 TENNIS SCHEDULE FOR 1938 April 16 — Ohio State Here 21 — Berea Here 25 — Tennessee There 29 — Wayne University . . Here 30 — Vanderbilt Here May 2 — Indiana There 3 — Purdue There 4 — Notre Dame .... There 5 — Northwestern . There 7 — Michigan State . . . There 10 — Tennessee Here 12 — Kenyon College . . . Here 14 — Cincinnati Here 16 — Berea . . .... There 21 — University of Georgia . Here doubles team composed of Montgom- ery and Botts had sufficient time to take their opponents in a two set affair. Berea College came to Lexington May 22 and the Mountaineers were turned back 8 to 1. Their No. 2 doubles team composed of Williams and Keith defeated our men in a close two set match. Kentucky put on the pressure and the Berea netmen were able to win only 20 games in the en- tire singles matches. The 1937 frosh team had a highly successful season, winning all five of the matches that were played. The first-termers defeated the University of Tennessee frosh, K. M. I., Win- chester Independents, Berea freshmen, and Cumberland college. Varsity lettermen for 1937 were Captain Francis Montgomery, War- field Donohue, Bobby Evans, Phil Englebardt, Walter Botts, Oscar Wis- ner, Ruel Foster and Manager Billy Young. The freshman numerals went to George May, Herbert Holman, Dave Ragland, J. C. Bristow. and Manager George Burke. Bobby Evans served as coach of the freshman or- ganization. 109 ►wimming Team Two state championships and the prospects of a third in the offing, to- gether with an enviable showing in Southeastern competition this spring, is the unusual record of the University Swimming team, organized three years ago without funds, without a pool in which to practice and without nothing more than potentially fine swimmers and the determination to enter intercollegiate competition. This team, which has brought recognition to the University in the field of swimming, has so distinguished itself through its enthusiasm, its am- bitious schedule and its fine record that last spring it was recognized by the University Athletic Council as a minor sport and for the first time in the history of the University the team was granted letters and numerals in the spring of 1937. Captained and coached by Sherman Hinkebein, 1938 grid captain, the Kentucky natators defeated Maryville, Georgia Tech, and Loyola University this year, and were defeated by Tennessee, Georgia, and Indiana. They plan to defend their Kentucky Intercollegiate swimming title at the Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College in April. The Wildcat swimmers have been able to function through the courtesy of officials of Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College, who have granted the " pool-less " Kentuckians the use of their tank three times each week throughout the season. The Kentucky medley relay team has never lost a meet since the or- ganization of the team in 1935, and Hinkebein has losf but one breast-stroke race. This record is in itself an acknowledgment of the superiority of the Wildcat swimmers who have met the best Intercollegiate competition and have come out more than even in a schedule which would have stumped more experienced and much better equipped squads. 110 Snapshots Intramural Sports Volley Ball Handball Badminton Ping Pong Volley Ball SAE Championship Touch Football Team 111 Snapshots Intramural Sports 112 ntramural Athletics Since its organization in 1928, the Intramural Department of the Uni- versity has made rapid strides in fostering athletics among the fraternities and the independent groups on the campus. It has instilled in the boys the sense of fair play, sportsmanship, and has promoted good fellowship among the men students. The season 1937-38 was very successful with an increased interest in boxing and wrestling as well as basketball. In the latter league, an A and B division was innovated, which increased the participants two-fold. A marked increase in touch football also was a highlight of the intramural season. PERSONNEL C. W. Hackensmith M. E. Potter JUNIOR MANAGERS Louis Clarkson B. Hamilton FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE TRY-OUTS Harold Simpson J. W. Smith H. S. Hodges Jack Metcalfe J. S. Gathof James Poole Cliff Bailey SPORTS PROGRAM Team Sports Volleyball, Basketball, Diamond Ball, Track, Touch Football. Free Throw Individual Sports Tennis, Boxing, Horseshoes. Wrestling, Handball, Ping-Pong, Badminton, Golf, Fencing 113 Fencing Team The past year has seen the recognition of fencing as an intercollegiate sport on this campus. It is one which has gained rapidly in popularity in this country in the last few years, being stronger in the eastern schools and clubs. The United States, though not steeped in the tradition of the sword, as European nations, has sent to the Olympics every Olympiad more and more successful teams. Due to lack of material on the campus, moro than once it has been difficult to be certain of the regular team, but this year ' s work was started to create interest in a fine sport and to gain experience for next year ' s team. The members of the squad are H. Clifford Bailey, Virgil K. Beasley, Scott Breckinridge, Jr., Stanley Hays, J. L. Jones, Harold L. Riley, Chester Robbins, and Elbridge Snapp. Of these, three are seniors, which makes next year ' s prospects uncertain. Success as a team has not been expected due to the superior material and experience against which competition has been necessary. Dr. S. D. Breckinridge, twice national foils champion, duelling sword medalist, and Olympic team member of 1912, and Dr. C. M. Knapp of the University faculty, formerly of the strong Columbia University fencing team, have coached the team, working hard to give a sound foundation to the fencers. Mr. C. W. Hackensmith has been of great aid to the team, acting in an advisory capacity and gaining recognition of the sport in addition to training the freshman squad. This year, the team met the University of Illinois at Urbana, the University of North Carolina at Chaoel Hill. Vander- bilt University at Nashville, University of Cincinnati at Cincinnati, and a return meet with Vanderbilt in Lexington. The season closed April 23. 114 ORGANIZATIONS Girls ' Glee Club, 1918 sH ' 04 jCfAjGA4e4. 4;h4 . Omlcron Delta Kappa MEN ' S LEADERSHIP HONORARY Nu Circle V Founded. 1925 A national organization with the purpose of recognizing outstanding junior and senior men in the various phases of campus life. Men are selected on an earned point system and elected to membership by the circle. MEMBERS IN FACULTY Frank LeRond McVey W. D. Funkhouser Paul P. Boyd Watson Armstrong T. P. Cooper Edward Wiest W. E. Freeman L. J. Horlacher C. R. Melcher Eugene Myers Roy Moreland William Pell M. E. Potter L. C. Robinson Adolph Rupp Bernie Shively Lt. Col. B. E. Brewer James May Niel Piummer FACULTY ADVISER ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVE Adolph Rupp Ralph Edwards OFFICERS BERKLEY BENNESON President ROGER BROWN Vice-Presidenl JAMES SHROPSHIRE Secretary-Treasurer James Miller David Pettus Jack Shanklin MEMBERS WiHiam Young Campbell Miller Harlowe Dean, Jr. 118 Ross Chepeleff Roger Brown Berkley Benneson Tau Beta Pi NATIONAL HONORARY ENGINEERING FRATERNITY Kentucky Alpha Chapter Founded on this campus April 5, 1902 PURPOSE The purpose of this organization is to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholar- ship and exemplary character as under graduates, or by the ir attainment as alumni. OFFICERS ROBERT GILMOR President W. MERLE CARTER Vice-President JAMES T. ROBERTS Recording Secretary JOHN J. SHEEHAN Correspondnig Secretary MIKE SNIDER Treasurer ROLAND W. PRIDE .... Cataloguer MEMBERS David L. Davis James F. Gregory John Shanklin Robert Fish Walter Powell Claude Terrell Fred J. Fischer Logan Ratliff Rankin Terry Norvell Gebhart Richard Sears William Young ADO- C» ? r% 119 rW Mortar Board HONORARY FRATERNITY FOR SENIOR WOMEN Founded at Syracuse University, 1918 Installed on campus, 1920 The purpose of Mortar Board is to advance the spirit of service and fellowship among University women, to maintain its high standards of schol- arship, and to recognize and encourage leadership. There are sixty chapters. MEMBERS IN FACULTY Sarah Blanding Marguerite McLaughlin Ann Callahan Fannie Herman Miller Sarah B. Holmes FACULTY ADVISERS Marguerite McLaughlin Helen King RUTH ECTON . MARGARET MARKLEY MAMIE HART RAE LEWIS JULIA WOOD Ruth Ecton Rae Lewis Frances Sadler MEMBERS Mamie Hart Margaret Markley President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Editor Julia Wood Anne Lang Dorothy Murrell 120 Lamp and Cross SENIOR HONORARY FOR MEN Oldest Honorary on the Campus Founded in 1903 The purpose of this organization is to recognize qualities of leader- ship among members of th le senior class. FACULTY ADVISER T. R. Bryant MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dean W. E. Freeman J. Richard Johnson Chester A. Wynne OFFICERS Bart Peak ROBERT MILLS President WORTHINGTON ENSMINGER . . Vice-President ROBERT EVANS Secretary JACK SHANKLIN MEMBERS Treasurer Logan Brown Charles Maddox Jack Shanklin Robert Ellison Robert Mills James Stephenson Robert Evans Arthur Plummer Robert Stilz Worthington Ensminger Thurman Roberts James Salter Gene Warren --?», t c. 121 Ecton Tlllet Johnston McKenna Stllz Gay Phi Beta NATIONAL HONORARY AND PROFESSIONAL MUSIC AND DRAMATIC FRATERNITY FOR WOMEN Kappa Chapter Phi Beta was founded at Northwestern University in 1912. Kappa chapter was established at Kentucky in 1925. PURPOSE The purposes of Phi Beta are: to promote the best in music and drama; to live a life of service: and to seek and develop the highest type of woman- hood. FACULTY ADVISER Miss Lolo Robinson OFFICERS DOROTHY MURRELL RUTH ECTON .. . ELIZABETH TILLET MAR.TORIE JENKINS VIRGINIA RICH Elizabeth Ballard Catherine Drury Adele Gensemer Ruth Gay Ruth Johnston ACTIVES Kay Kruse Elizabeth Ligon Wanda Lynch PLEDGES Sarah McLean Susan Price Helen Robinson President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Historian Mary Louise McKenna Mary Ann Stilz Virginia Tharp Virginia Rowland Mildred Webb 122 Lances HONORARY FRATERNITY FOR JUNIOR MEN Founded at the University in 1927, the first campus non-scholastic honorary. Lances, which was founded on the principles of the " Mystic 13, " endeavors to strengthen the cooperative spirit among members of the Junior class and to recognize exceptional attainment in members of the lower division. OFFICERS WILLIAM YOUNG. SiRma Alpha Epsi ' .on President JACK WAY, Kappa Sigma Vice-President WICKLIFFE HENDRY, Triangle Treasurer WILLIAM HALL. Phi Delta Theta Secretary MEMBERS Elbert M. Allen. Kappa Alpha Walter Coe, Phi Kappa Tau William Gathof. Sigma Phi Epsilon L. R. Hamner. Pi Kappa Alpha Loren Lillis. Delta Chi Garden Meers, Alpha Tau Omega Billy McConnell. Alpha Gamma Rho Robert Rankin, Phi Sigma Kappa Raymond Sutherland. Independent Thomas Watkins, Sigma Nu E. C. Wooten, Delta Tau Delta William Young, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Jack Way, Kappa Sigma Wickliffe Hendry, Triangle William Hall, Phi Delta Theta Bill Adams, Sigma Chi fT ' j c: C f f% SuthcrUind 123 HeiidcrshoL Cwens HONORARY SOPHOMORE ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN Theta Chapter Founded at the University of Pittshuig in 1921 Founded on campus in 1931 PURPOSE The purpose of this organization is to establish and maintain chapters of Cwens in colleges and universities for the sake of fostering leadership, scholarship, and fellowship among women of the sophomore class: to pro- mote leadership among freshmen women; to serve and promote the inter- ests of the college or university in every way possible; and to supervise and direct these chapters in the attainment of their common ideal. FACULTY ADVISERS Dean Sara B. Holmes Mrs. Ethel Lebus Mrs. Marylee Collins OFFICERS HAZEL PERKINS .... President MARY LOU McFARLAND Vice-President MARY STEWART PILE Secretary SUSAN PRICE .... Treasurer SUSAN JACKSON Historian ,„., R , MEMBERS e I Tvj T Jeanne Barker Sarah McLean Irene Birk Betty Elliott Ruth Peak Dorothy Ann Calhoun Harriet Hendershot Virginia Pettus Betsy Covington Dorothy Hillenmeyer Sara Ransdell 124 Keys SOPHOMORE MEN ' S HONORARY An honorary scholastic and leadership fraternity for sophomore men, composed of one representative from each social fraterntiy on the campus, whose aim is to promote better friendship intra-fraternally. OFFICERS JAMES F. GORDON President C. P. JOHNSON Vice-President J. ARNOLD BARBEAU Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Robert H. Rawlins. Sigma Chi Robert Nickerson, Alpha Tau Omega James F. Gordon, Sigma Nu C. G. Depp, Jr., Phi Delta Theta Marshall Guthrie, Pi Kappa Alpha J. Arnold Barbeau, Alpha Sigma Phi John C. Tuttle, Kappa Alpha John C. Hunsaker, Sigma Phi Epsilon George Scott, Delta Tau Delta John W. W. Kerr, Delta Chi Robert J. Shaw, Triangle Carl S. Kelly, Phi Sigma Kappa C. P. Johnson, Lambda Chi S. Louis Clarkson, Alpha Gamma Rho Frank Roberts. Sigma Alpha Epsilon John S. Bo ' es, Phi Kappa Tau Free Hunter, Kappa Sigma m , fS 125 ' i Phi Alpha Delta PROFESSIONAL LEGAL FRATERNITY Henry Clay Chapter Founded at Kent School of Law. 1886 Installed on campus, 1914 Phi Alpha Delta is one of the oldest legal fraternities, and was the first to be installed on the University of Kentucky campus. Among its alumni are some of the most outstanding jurists of the state. It numbers among its active members this year the editor of the Kentucky Law Journal and four members of the Law Journal staff. MEMBERS IN FACULTY W. Lewis Roberts William H. Pittman Roy Moreland OFFICERS .JOSEPH S. FREELAND Justice ROBERT HENRY WALL Vice-Justice STEVE WHITE ... Clerk R. L. WATHAN Treasurer THOMAS J. MARSHALL. JR Marshall MEMBERS V. R. Bentley E. Garland Ray Seba W. Kirkpatrick Nathan Elliott. Jr. Wilbur Earl Dean Steve White Sam Milner Howard C. Hadden Joseph S. Freeland Richard Bush, Jr. Robert Henry Wall Thomas J. Marshall. Jr. J. L. Harrington Robert Denny Roger Clay Womack B. T. Moynahan. Jr. Charles W. Metcalf Charles M. Gadd Vito H. Catenaro R. L. Wathen Ben B. Wright PLEDGES Lee Lanter Harris Rhodes Ramon A. Woodall Charles R. Zimmer 126 Phi Delta Phi PROFESSIONAL LEGAL FRATERNITY Breckinridge Inn Chapter Founded at the University of Michigan in 1869 Installed on the campus in 1925 The purpose of Phi Delta Phi is to promote professional ethics and scholarship among students and lawyers. A standing of 1.0 is required for membership. FACULTY ADVISERS Dr. Frank Murray Dr. Frank Randall OFFICERS OLNEY B. OWEN Magister W. CLAUDE CAUDILL Exchequer TAMES TERRY Clerk EDWARD KEE Historian ACTIVE MEMBERS James Allen Jo Ferguson Robert Lear James Terry Henry Boldrick Douglas Graham John Lucian Robert Woods Claude Caudill James Green Paul Oberst John Young Leroy Combs J. D. Hodson Olney Owen Walter Flippin. Jr. Frank Dailey M. S. Hollingsworth James Ruark John Goad Pat Dooley Edward Kee Troy Savage Loren O ' Dell PLEDGES Burnett Dadisman Robert Van Bever J. W. Lambert Weldon Shouse Herman Dotson Arthur Bryson, Jr. Frank McCartney James Stephenson Harry Franks Augu st Cornett Coleman Mallory Frank Trimble H. H. Gearinger Paul Curry Eugene Stephens Edgar Venters Delmer Howard Harold Ewing Raymond Murphy Alan Vogeler Elwood Rosenbaum Conny Hammonds Tom Burress Herschel Sutton J. B. Hennessy Charles Runyon . f ,0 .A p. f! C . ... Rosenbaum Woods Ow «ii Allen Franks Ferguson Dailey Lear Flippin Terry Gearinger Ruark Dooley Lucian Greene Boldrick Caudill Graham Combs Dotson Hollingsworth 0 Dell Hodson 127 C e cy D ' O Cj f Cy. f% ,f 1 a O O f Pettus Barrett Brown H- Binklev Miller Connor Burnette W, Binklev Clark Cameniscli Gilmore CuUon Qulsenberry Barnett Hubbard Gatton Reed Rudd Davis Alpha Zeta HONORARY AGRICULTURAL FRATERNITY Alpha Zeta, national honorary agricultural fraternity, was founded at Ohio University in 1897 and has expanded until it has forty chapters at present. Its purpose is to confer honor upon the students who signify that they have the essential qualities of leadership and scholarship. Each year a gold medal is presented to the member of the freshman class who makes the high- est standing in the College of Agriculture. The local chapter was installed on this campus in 1912. - FACULTY ADVISORY COMMITTEE T.R.Bryant Dana G. Card C. A. Mahan OFFICERS CHARLES E. BARRETT President HAROLD R. BINKLEY Vice-President R. W. RUDD Secretary PAUL T. BARNETTE Chronicler MEMBERS . X Wendell Binkley Logan Brown W. P. Burnette Carl Camenisch Robert L. Connor Thomas Culton Berry Davis Charles Gatton W.O.Hubbard C. E. Miller David Pettus James H. Quisenberry W. S. Reed Dale Scott Burl St. Clair Sidney DeLong Carl Allen Cyrus Allen Daniel Clark Grnham Wilkins James B. Smathers James R. Young James Ramsey Don F. Gilmore 128 Queen of Fall Festival HELD NOVEMBER 19. 1937 The election and crowning of a queen of the annual Fall Festival was conducted this year for the second time by Alpha Zeta, national honorary agricultural fraternity. The coronation of the queen by Charles Barrett, Chancellor of Alpha Zeta, was an outstanding feature of this year ' s program. Her majesty reigned with full power and becoming dig- nity over the best Fall Festival ever held at the University. The Fall Festival is sponsored by Block and Bridle Club, national professional animal industry organization, composed of students majoring in animal husbandry. This program, which is always given in the fall, is the outstanding event of the year in the College of Agriculture. All of the student organizations in the College of Agri- culture combine under the leadership of, the Block and Bridle Club to make the Fall Fes- tival a representative show of Kentucky ' s farm products, and to provide real attain- ment for a capacity crowd. Miss Jean Jackson, Lexington, sophomore in home economics, was elected by popular vote of the men students in the College of Agriculture to reign as the second queen of the harvest and this unique agricultural program. Miss Cleo Lane, Lexington, senior in home economics, and Miss Virginia Pettus, Stanford, sophomore in home economics, were chosen as the queen ' s attendants. 129 r C 4-: 4.1 k e. ' r " -- « cy a i ▲4 4L li. . j ' } d 1 F3| a a O P f n AX v tii k i i dk--- e e C?l r . 4i i . jrh - j ' . r f a D P a a f Jafc A r ' J A Cottrell W. Binkley H. Binkley Barrett Tatum Guthrie Warren Price Camenifch L, Brown McCrosky Veal Barnett Dickson Gatton Gilmore Ramsey McConnell Quisenberr Dunca rownfleld DeLong Hnison Connor Culton Hogue Kabler Stephen F. Clark Williams D Clark White Rudd Kellv Hardestv Dayis Block and Bridle AGRICULTURAL HONORARY National Professional Animal Husbandry club for majors in animal industry; sponsors many activities in the College of Agriculture. Prof. L. J. Horlacher OFFICERS HAROLD R. BINKLEY .... President CARL CAMENISCH .... Vice-President ANDREW HARDESTY Secretary HARLAN VEAL Treasurer Charles Barrett MEMBERS Paul Barnett James Coots Warren Holt Alfred Strauss Harold R. Binkley B. F. Cottrell O. D. Hawkins Everett Stephenson Wende. C. Binkley Louis Clarkson Andrew Hardesty Neville Tatum W. C. Blakeman Berry Davis William Hardin Harlan Veal Robert Booten Kennedy Dickson Leo nard Henson James Wilson Logan Brown Fred Duncan Cyril Kelly Maurice Williams Ray Brownfield Sidney DeLong James Kabler Eugene Warren Alex Brame William Duty Harold Kitchen Howard Webb W. P. Burnett Charles Gatton Homer Knight Grahan Wilkins Logan Caldwell George Gibson Leon McCrosky Ancil Wilkinson Carl Cameniscli Don Gilmore William McConnel James Quisenberry Daniel Clark Marvin Guthrie James Price William Rudd Fletcher Clark John Frederick Dale Scott James Ramsey Robert Connor J. B. Jones James Smathers Forest Hogue Thomas Culton Arthur Harney Julian Smith Robert Thaxton Daniel Culton Charles Hogg William Smoot Wallace L. Campbell 130 Phi Upsilon Omicron HONORARY HOME ECONOMICS FRATERNITY Iota Chapter Founded at University of Minnesota in 1909 Founded on this campus in 1912 PURPOSE The purpose of this organization is to establish and strengthen bonds of friendship, to promote the moral and intellectual development of its mem- bers, and to advance and promote home economics as a profession. FACULTY ADVISER Ronella Spickard MEMBERS IN FACULTY Elizabeth Hatcher OFFICERS President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Marie Barkley Statie Erickson Catherine Rodgers Ronella Spickard MARGARET MARKLEY INEZ BAISDEN ... ANNE TODD JULIA WOOD . , JESSE WHITFIELD JULIA HALL Treasu Chaplain MEMBERS Dixie Abram Roberta Atkins Thelma Bretenstein Virginia Dyer Bina Baird Betty Bewlay Cornelia Crafton Mamie Hart Laverne Royalty PLEDGES Leone Gillet Minnie Ruth Pyle Marian Meshew Grace Silverman Iris Mahanes Mary Jordon Odor Frances Word Frances Young Markley Abram Hart Royalty Hall Bewlay Crafton Baisden Young Mahanes Whitfield Todd Wood Odor 131 Theta Sigma Phi NATIONAL HONORARY AND PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY FOR WOMEN Chi Chapter Founded at the University of Washington in 1909 Installed on this campus in 1920 38 Chapters PURPOSE To unite in the bonds of fellowship college trained women either en- gaging or proposing to engage in the profession of journalism. MEMBERS IN FACULTY Marguerite McLaughlin Kitty Conroy OFFICERS LESLIE LEE JONES President MARIAN MEHLER Vice-President VERA GILLESPIE Secretary MARJORIE RIESER T K Ed easarer MARTHA MOORE Matri tor ary Walker Christian ACTIVE MEMBERS Marian Mehler Hazel Douthitt Urith Lucas Martha Moore Vera Gillespie Leslie Lee Jones PLEDGES Jean McElroy 132 Marjorie Rieser Chi Delta Phi Xi Chapter Founded at the U niversity of Tennessee in 1919 A national ' honorary literary fraternity for women which has as its pur- pose the discovery and encouragement of literary talent among women stu- dents. Membership requires a standing of 2.0 and the submission of an original manuscript of literary value. FACULTY SPONSOR E. Ewing FACULTY ADVISER Sarah Blanding OFFICERS KADELL DORN .... GRACE SILVERMAN JANE LEWIS LESLIE LEE JONES Nelle Nevins Eileen Baker Emily Clark Inez Baisden Wilma Bush ACTIVE ALUMNAE Virginia Robinson MEMBERS Kadell Dorn Leslie Lee Jones Jane Lewis PLEDGES Harriet Estes Vera Gillespie President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Dorothy Whalen Grace Silverman Lulie Ruth Vivion Barbara Smith Mary Grinter White 133 .r ' . J -J A Delta Sigma Chi MEN ' S JOURNALISM FRATERNITY PURPOSE After disbanding the Kentucky chapter of Sigma Delta Chi. national honorary journalism fraternity, Delta Sigma Chi was founded on this cam- pus in 1936 for the purpose of recognizing outstanding men in journalism on the University of Kentucky campus. FACULTY ADVISER Elmer G. Sulzer OFFICERS RAY LATHREM President MARVIN GAY Vice-President TOM WATKINS Secretary DONALD IRVINE MEMBERS Treasurer Sid Buckley Mack Hughes Cliff Shaw Ross Chepeleff Louis Iglehart William Taylor Joe Creason Morton Kelly James Treadway Andrew Eckdahl George Kerler Karl Vogel J. B. Faulconer Malcolm Patterson Harry Williams WilH itn W. Hopewell Robert Rankin Oscar Wisner 134 Alpha Chi Sigma PROFESSIONAL CHEMISTRY FRATERNITY Founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1902 Founded on this campus in 1917 PURPOSE The purpose of Alpha Chi Sigma is to strive for the advancement of chemistry both as a science and as a profession, to aid its members by every honorable means in the attainment of their ambitions as chemists through- out their mortal lives, and to bind its members with a tie of true and lasting friendship. FACULTY ADVISER Dr. Hume Bedford Dr. Hume Bedford Dr. Charles Barkenbus Dr. F. E. Tuttle MEMBERS IN FACULTY Dr. Wayne Keller Dr. J. S. McHargue Prof. J. R. Mitchell OFFICERS BALFOUR CONNELL M. C. FORBES .... A. W. PLUMMER JOHN HOLMES WILLIAM SISCO Robert H. Baker Marvin Dunn M. W. Beebe Master Alchemist Vice-Master Alchemist Recorder Reporter Treasurer Balfour Connell L. D. Etherington M. C. Forbes W. R. Eubank Harold Huber MEMBERS John F. Gay Robert M. Logan William Sisco John Holmes Arthur W. Plummer Robert Smedley Thomas Kendall Karl E. Rapp L. Olen White Allen S. Kenyon Gino Ratti PLEDGES David Scott William White Robert Young W. M. Von Allmen W. T. Walters Harry Zimmerman d e . C D 135 4 ' ■ J Cleveland Connell Pliimmer Smitli Carter Fischer Roberts Sigma Pi Sigma NATIONAL HONORARY PHYSICS SOCIETY Founded at Davidson College. Davidson. North Carolina in 1921 The local chapter was installed in 1930. " The objects of the society shall be to serve as a means of awarding dis- tinction to those of high scholarship in physics, to promote interest in re- search and in the advanced study of the subject, and to encourage a profes- sional spirit and friendship among those who have displayed marked ability in this study. " MEMBERS IN FACULTY W. S. Webb O. T. Koppius B. P. Ramsay T. M. Hahn L. A. Pardue F. W. Warburton J. Todd OFFICERS E. LYNN CLEVELAND Presi-lent BERNARD MIMS Vice-President EUGENE CORUM Secretary FRED J. FISCHER Treasurer MEMBERS Merle Carter Virginia Griffing Stuart A. Wahl Wellington Cochran W. H. Pell W. T. Young Balfour Connell A. W. Plummer E. Lynn Cleveland H. J. Daily Louis R. Prince Bernard Mims Dald Gerster J. T. Roberts Eugene Corum Margaret Griffing Raymond W. Smith Fred J. Fischer Mike Snider 136 Scabbard and Blade HONORARY MILITARY ORGANIZATION Founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1903 Founded on this campus in 1923 The purpose of Scabbard and Blade is to defend American traditions and ideals, promote the interest of R. O. T. C. training, to preserve and develop the essential qualities of good and efficient officers, and to spread intelligent information concerning the military requirements of our country. FACULTY ADVISER Lieutenant Colonel B. E .Brewer OFFICERS FRED R. BAKER Captain CHARLES O. LANDRUM First Lieutenant SAM M. McDonald Second Lieutenant SAM T. NESBETT. JR First Sergeant MEMBERS H. R. Brown Orville Patton Fred Flowers A. W. Pulmmer Joe Hicks James Holt Jack Hoover Coleman Judy Charles Maddox Jack Shanklin John B. Turner J. R. Walker Joe Willson C. B. Wolfe Herbert Hillenmeyer Robert Houlihan James Smee Jarred Barron Rudolphe De Roode Frank Hill C. D. Moral M 1 - ,• ' " ii Ai % ki dmJijk i L .M ' i k dA M. JA x JlA diJkjtr tSkM Nisbett Walker Brown Judy Plummer Hicks Landrum Turner Flowers Shankliii McDonald Dc Roodc Willson Hillenmeyer Morat Hill Hoover Maddox 137 IFinon OF THE BUSINESS OFFICE GUuf American Institute of Electrical Engineers Student branch organization of the professional engineering society composed of student engineers interested in the field of electrical engi- neering. FACULTY COUNSELOR Prof. E. A. Bureau OFFICERS W. P. FORBES Chairman J. F. GREGORY V.ce-Chairman R. W. SMITH Secretary-Treasurer G. L. Baggerman L. M. Ballard C. J. Carney C G. Conrad J. J. Dickerman J. C. Dixon V. Drake W, B. Elder W. P. Forbes T. S. Gore MEMBERS J. F. Gregory W. H. Hall R. B. Harness M. B. HoUaday J. W. Hoover E. P. Karr E. H. Kessler J. T. Lawrence C. W. Leslie H. K. Wood 140 C. P. Lewis D. M. McMakin C. W. Ramsey R, E. Sears R. W. Smith W. M. Strotz E. R. Tully E. C. Wedding B. R. Whitt A. M. Wiloff American Society of Mechanical Engineers A student branch of this organization has as its main purpose the en- couragement of interest in mechanical engineering among the students of that department. In accord with this purpose, inspection tours of engi- neering plants are sponsored, and weekly lectures are delivered by local engineers, students, and faculty members. HONORARY CHAIRMAN Prof. C. C. Jett OFFICERS N. I. GEBHART Chairman RANKIN TERRY Vice-Chairman R. E. GILMOR Secretary J. D. SHANKLIN Treasurer MEMBERS O. B. Alderman W. J. Drummy J. A. Mcintosh R. J. Shaw Robert Anderson A. J. Durban Dwight Measel J. J. Sheehan F. W. Bender W. K. Dyer B. L. Merriss Clifford Simpson W. N. Boaz Palmer Evans Elizabeth W. Michler J. C. Smith G. L. Bortner J. R. Fields W. G. Moore Mike Snider R. W. Bradley F. J. Fischer Garni Moretti George Spragens W. S. Broffitt E. S. Foreman ' W. K. Moseley Ken Sylvester P. H. Brown N. I. Gebhart C. S. Murphy R. R. Taliaferro, Jr Joe Burnett R. E. Gilmor E. W. Neel J. T. Taylor S. D. Campbell W. W. Greenwell J. C. New Rankin Terry G. C. Cardwell, Jr. Horace Hail R. D. Nickerson Fred Van Arsdell J. W. Carson Eric Harbome M. A. Niles M. M. Vice W. M. Carter E. T. Harney J. A. Palmore E. B. Wallis P. J. Cavise R. H. Hays J. V. Penick J. C. Walsh D. R. Collins W. B. Hendry D. W. Pennock Hargus Watts G. N. Conley R. S. Higley W. M. Ponder E. G. Welch Varge Cornett J. W. Holt H. E. Pope J. M. White W. S. Costello F. C. Horlander R. W. Ramey N. A. Wides T. W. Cozine R. L. Hotaling E. R. Randall W. C. Wilson F. V. Crowley T. C. Jackson H. C. Scherffius H. C. Young D. L. Davis L. G. Kress R. L. Schlotman W. T. Young F. R. McCrea J D. Shanklin 141 American Society of Civil Engineers A student branch of the national society organized to promote interest and information concerning engineering projects in civil engineering. OFFICERS R. W. PRIDE K. A. BARKER, JR. J. W. HUND WILLIAM DUNLAP President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer FACULTY ADVISER Prof. W. J. Carrel MEMBERS K. A. Barker, Jr. C, C. Brown R. E. Fish William Holster W. C. Johnson J. E. Nitzchke W. R, Powell R. W. Pride L. L. Ratliff C. L. Robbins J. T. Roberts C. A. Stagg C. B. Terrell G. R. Watkins C. W. Saunders R. W. Pember C. C. Raeuchle C, S. Rankin J. H. Rapier W. J. Simonton J. H. Viox Narce Whitaker J. E. Barton J. P, Boiling M. K. Downey William Dunlap F. B. Fischer F. F. Flowers W. D. Gray C. T. Hancock J. W. Hund • F. P. Lacy C. O. J. T. Lynch P. J. Mathis J. B. Moore W. B. Pillow George Rassenfass T. S. Ruth Harold Revlett L, H. Reynolds D. V. Terrell W. C. Forston S. A. Wahl J. W. Abbott L. V. Bean, Jr. J, H. Blain D. K. Blythe J. C. Bode Lantlriim 142 S. P. Bourbaki R. K. Browning Seymour Busch W. G. Coplin Marow Cox J. R. Henry P. W. Hensley J. K. Orndorff J. F. Johnston H. L. Jones Millard Jones W. O. McDowell C. A. Moler F, B. Roberts V. L. Trevathan H. I. Weaks Norwood Mining and Metallurgical Society Organized in 1911 PURPOSE The purpose of this group is to promote enthusiasm and interest in ' nining, metallurgy and associated subjects. OFFICERS D. R. BF,RRY .... President J. M. PARSONS Vice-President J. A. CREECH Secretary LEBUS JOHNSON Treasurer FACULTY ADVISER Prof. C. S. Crouse SENIORS D. R. Berry Lebus Johnson H. L. Riley Leland Maschmeyer ... JUNIORS J. M. Barron Hal Scrugham W. G. Holt Stanley T. Berry E. W. Stepp H. R. Clayton W. J. Leonard J. R. Strohm J. A. Creech David Lewis T. H. Strunk F. J. Lambert L. T. Moore R. W. Yancey SOPHOMORES Thomas Carhartl A. D. Kazanovich M. L. Narvarre Joe Farcht George Kurachek J. M. Parsons J. T. Franklin D. C. Milner J. A. Rassenfoss E. R. Gardenhire W. E. Mikalasy " J. B. Russell F. A. Grega R. F. Moore J. N. Schweitzer J. J. Howard John Moorman W. G. Yancey G. L. Jesse J. R. Morgan M. S. Yunker 143 Pryor Pre-Medical Society PURPOSE The Pryor Pre-Medical Society was founded in 1915, by Dr. J. W. Pryor, for the purpose of " uniting the pre-medical students into a body which will promote their interests and instill in them the ideals worthy of their future profession. " OFFICERS JESSE EVERSOLE .... JACK MOHNEY LOUIS HAGGIN RALPH CONGLETON President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer FACULTY ADVISERS T. C. Lundy Adams W. R. Adams R. V. Allen Carrol! Arnold Denzil Barker Boyd Bell Burt Branham Harry Buttermore Virginia Carlisle Edward Cass Ralph Congleton J. P. Conley Jack Craft Tapp Corbin Ralph Denham Lawrence Dooley Dorothy Earl Marion Evans J. E. Eversole Garrett Fitzpatrick James Forbes Merle Fowler Roger Fuson Lonnie Graham George Griffith Lewis K. Haggin Florence Holden Robert Hoskins Bill Humphrey Owen Jones M. Kenyon Joe Kurre William Linss Carl Miller Jack Mohney Raymond Morgan Bill Moss B. W. Mountjoy Jim Nash Earl Olliver Howard Orme Robert Plaga S. Pole Harold Redd Bill Robinson Fred Sargent Oscar Sellars H. Shupert William Slater Jerry Smith Harold Spears L. Stein J. E. Stephenson " N. W. Stoker John Strother Dave Victor 144 Baptist Student Union The Baptist Student Union is an enlistment agency, enlisting students in participation in church work and in deeper Christian living personally. It has been called " the connecting link " between the college and the local church in the college center. It offers all Baptist students an attractive year- around program of religious activity. It promotes spiritual development and growth through sustained Bible study, prayer, mission study, and partici pation in the work of the church. The organization, which is world-wide in scope, had a small beginning in 1918 on one of our southern campuses. The Union at the University of Kentucky was founded in 1931. FACULTY ADVISOR C. C. Ross COUNCIL PASTOR Rev. C. L. Hargrove OFFICERS J. V. CASE, JR. . PHYLLIS ELAM SIDNEY DE LONG President Secretary Treasurer Pauline Hargis Nannie Leah Owens Eva Lillian Rowe Leslie Lee Jones E. Lynn Cleveland Maurice P. Willis Paul Barnett MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL Irene Birk William N. Boaz Robert S. Denny Donald Doyle Anna Louise Elsie William R. Holt Dwight Mease! Josephine Oliver David Pettus Virginia Pettus Mary Elizabeth Rentz Roberta Atkins Mildred Webb Ruth Harris William A. Lamkin. Jr. 145 Bacteriology Society The Bacteriology Society was organized in 1935 to promote and further the interest of bacteriology. This organization is open to all students of bacteriology. The organization was formed by a group of interested stu- dents and has progressed rapidly since its beginning. OFFICERS MARY NOKA HOOD President STF:VEN GREGA Vice-President ALICE F. JACOBS Secretary PAUL A. MAJORS Treasurer FACULTY ADVISOR Dr. R. H. Weaver HONORARY MEMBERS Dr. M. Scherago Dr. R. H. Weaver Dr. E. S. Ma.xwell MEMBERS Molly Acres Bernice Baldwin J. T. Barger Elizabeth Clifton Edward Crowe Dorothy Dean Mary P. Duncan Nathalie Dye Elizabeth Feland Jack Foster Bernard Friedman Ruth Garvin Edwin O. Gilbert Theda Gilbert Edith Giltner Victor Ginsler Helen Garono Eleanor Graham Steven Grega Dorothy Harris L. C. Harrison Harriet Hendershot Mary Noka Hood Ruth Hodson Robert V. Hoskins Lillian Huston Marie Hypes Alice F. Jacobs Laura Johnson Jane LaFetra Dorothy Lancaster Frank McGee Doris McKenzie Paul A. Majors Mary Matlack Anne Morgan Elsie Newman Jane Parrish Martha Ringo Dorothy Schulkers Ruth Schulkers Beecher L. Scutchfield Sue D. Sparks Effie Faulconer Starks Lila Titsworth Louise Tucker Bertha Wright Scott Whitehouse Carl E. Williams Mary Margaret Wolf Dorothy Young Doris Zenger 146 MiiiioAM Lieutenant Colonel B. E. Brewer 148 The Military Department The World War found the United States in its historical status of un- readiness, necessitating the dra fting of raw untrained men who were rushed overseas to the front lines with only a few weeks training which barely gave them the rudiments of military knowledge. In 1916, Congress, realizing this state of unpreparedness, passed, the National Defense Act, which provided for the manitenance of a small well trained army and a citizen reserve. The Reserve Officers ' Training Corps was established with units at various educational institutions to provide the reserve. The R. O. T. C. unit at the University was established in 1917 by request of the University authorities to the War Department. Although the year 1917 marked the beginning of the R. O. T. C. at the University of Kentucky, military training was by no means a novelty here. When the Kentucky A. M. College was founded in 1866 under the pro- visions of the Morrill Land Grant Act of Congress, military training was required for every physically fit male student. In those days a student led the same routine life as a private in an army post, rising to revielle, marching to meals, mounting guard, drilling, and going to bed by taps. As a result of this monotonous existence, a spirit of dissatisfaction manifested itself and for a while enrollment declined. Today, the four year course in Military Science and Tactics is divided into two parts; the required basic course of two years and the optional ad- vanced course of two years. The advanced course is composed of students who are outstanding in their basic course work and are recommended by their instructors. After having completed the prescribed four years ' work. Sen, 11,1 Ui.w— .Majn Third Kr.w -.Maj.iis .Si Fourth Row— SerKi-illlt.s Hoy. .1. Ij. K. r.rcwer ; Uaiul..l|)li. Triplett (Ider, I ' .arrett, Morrow ra|)L-r. Short. Kinker. Perkins 149 t Row— lU ' S. Sponsor jL-aniif I ' at Belt. Col. A. W. Plummer ;ilil. I ' .at, .Siion.-s.))- Kvelyn JIcAlister, Lt. Col. Jack Shanklin. Bat. Sponso Tyt, Cn . James Smee Third Ko v- .M.ijnrs Phil Miles. Sam Xesliitt including a six weeks camp at Fort Knox, these men are commissioned Second Lieutenants in the Officers " Reserve Corps of the United States Army. Only a minor portion of the instruction is drill, its purpose being to teach the student team play and cooperation. Most of the instructional time is devoted to orienting the student in elementary phases of the military pro- fession. The popularity of the advanced course is evidenced by the increasing enrollment. The department outlines what will be expected of the candidate for the advanced course, and what he may expect, leaving the decision entirely to the individual. Each advanced course student receives a nominal remuneration from the Federal government : however, few students are mo- tivated by mercenary considerations. There are twelve hundred students in the Military Department com- posing two infantry battalions. Activities within the department include Pershing Rifles, honorary basic military fraternity; Scabbard and Blade, honorary advanced course fraternity: and the Varsity and R. O. T. C. Rifle teams. The growth of the unit has necessitated the formation of two new companies, A-1 and G-1. These companies are formed only for parades now but in the future they will be added to the military curriculum. The military department also may be enlarged to include a cavalry unit which is in keep- ing with the location of the school in the heart of the Blue Grass so famous for its horses. The Military Department sponsors both regimental and battalion pa- rades which add much color and show to the school and culminates in the field day exercises during which the senior students receive their commis- sions. They also take part in the Armistice observances and in the grad- uating exercises. 150 (; », f. .jj ! !; Company A Company B Company C Company E Company F Company G Pershing Rifles Pershing Rifles, national honorary military fraternity, was founded at the University of Nebraska in 1894 by General John J. Pershing. Its aim is to promote good citizenship and military efficiency in the universities of the nations. Company C-1 was established on the University of Kentucky campus in 1931 by Warrant Officer George A. Knight and, in honor of its founder, the local unit is known as the George A. Knight Chapter of Pershing Rifles. Company C-1 entered its first regimental competition in 1932, emerging victorious that year and has won the same competition six consecutive years. No university in the United States can boast such a record and as yet no college has been able to perfect a drill unit as efficient. Major Irvin C. Scud- der is the present drill master with Lieutenant Colonel Brewer serving as faculty adviser. Miss Mildred Croft. Delta Delta Delta, is sponsor. OFFICERS ARTHUR PLUMMER Captain SAM NESBITT First Lieutenant SAM McDonald Second Lieutenant FRED F. FLOWERS Second Lieutenant .1. r Jl ai km Xishilt .M I i.ii:ilil I- ' 154 Sti jded t Qcf4jienM4ftje4it Mitchell Whitfield Koppius Saunders Montgomery Hall Gardhouse Palmore Lang Abram Torstrlck Ferguson Lewis Young Santen Godbey Curtis Pile Association of Women Students Every woman student on the campus is automatically a member of the Association of Women Students. The A. W. S. Admininstrative Council, elected by the women students, is the women ' s governing body and has as its function the promotion of the welfare and better living conditions for the women students. OFFICERS FRANCES SADLER RAE LEWIS DOROTHY SANTEN RUTH JOHNSON President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS OF ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL Mary Elizabeth Koppius, Town Representative Runelle Palmore. Boyd Hall Representative Lula Gardhouse, Boyd Hall Representative Anne Otter. Boyd Hall Representative Julia Hall. Patterson Hall Representative Eudora Vance. Patterson Hall Representative Josephine Gridelli. Patterson Hall Representative Joyce Roberts, Alpha Delta Theta Virginia Ferguson, Alpha Xi Delta Eleanor Mitts, Alpha Gamma Delta Mary Ellen Saunders, Chi Omega Margaret Young. Delta Delta Delta Mary Elizabeth Curtis, Delta Zeta Dorothy Torstrick, Kappa Delta Bebe Chauvet, Kappa Kappa Gamma Hattie Richie. Zeta Tau Alpha Jessie Whitfield, Shelby House Minnie Ruth Pile, Shelby House Annex Sarah Ransdell, Dunbar House Jane Mitchell, Huddle House Mary Godbey, Gro -es House Dixie Abram. Pan-Hellenic Anne Lang, Y. W. C. A. 156 Student Council MEN ' S GOVERNING BODY The Men ' s Student Council, with the cooperation of Dean Jones, con- ducts all student elections, supervises all social activities, and disciplines the conduct of undergraduates. In addition, this year the council took an active part in the athletic reorganization and sponsored a Student ' s Legis- lators Banquet. OFFICERS ROGER BROWN President ROLAND PRIDE Vics-P reside nl NATHAN ELLIOTT . . • Secretary-Trea iurer EX OFFICIO MEMBERS Ross Chepeleft, Editor of the Kernel Roger Brown, Editor ol the Kentuckian Reynolds Watkins, President Inter-Fraternity Council Robert Stilz, President Senior Class Berkley Benneson. President Omicron Delta Kappa Leonard Carr. Men ' s Dormitory Representative APPOINTED MEMBERS Harold Binkley, College ol Agriculture Harlowe Dean, College of Arts and S Sam Walton. College of Commerce Gerald Jaggers, College of Education Roland Pride, College of Engineering Nathan Elliott. College of Law Charles Budden, Graduate School f O % CTi f i(fjj r j, 4 - " " ' 7 157 ( ' A Woman ' s Pan-Hellenic Association The Woman ' s Pan-Hellenic Association is composed of two representa- tives of each social sorority on the campus. Its purpose is to foster coopera- tion and observance of social rules and to encourage scholarship and good will among sorority women. The officers are rotated according to the date of the sororities ' establishment on the campus. OFFICERS DIXIE ABRAM President MARTHA MITCHELL Secretary GLADYS DIMOCK REPRESENTATIVES Treasurer Alpha Delta Theta Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Xi Delta Sarah Renaker Evelyn McAlister Elaine Allison Joyce Roberts Martha Mitchell Margaret Stewart Chi Omega Delta Delta Delta Delta Zeta Betty Bewlay Winnie Tate Dixie Abram Martha Ammerman Vie Crutcher Charlotte Percival Kappa Delta Kappa Kappa Gamma Zeta Tau Alpha Eleanor Randolph Dorothy Babbitt Hattie Richie Elizabeth Ligon Gladys Dimock Esther Rankin 158 Interfraternity Council The Interfraternity Council is composed of one member from each social fraternity on the campus. Its object: to establish and maintain a har- monious relationship among fraternities, to have cooperation between fra- ternities and the University, to encourage a high standard of scholarship, and to foster all activities that advance the best interests of the University and the fraternities. Members are elected annually. It is the custom for the council to send a representative to the annual National Intrafraternity Con- ference to represent the University. OFFICERS REYNOLDS WATKINS, Sigma Nu President JAMES GIBSON. Alpha Sigma Phi Vice-President LEON McCROSKV, Alpha Gamma Rho Secretary RAY LATHREM. Phi Sigma Kappa Treasurer MEMBERS Leon McCrosky, Alpha Gamma Rho Taber Brewer, Phi Delta Theta James Gibson. Alpha Sigma Phi Garth House, Phi Kappa Tau Merle Fowler. Alpha Tau Omega Ray Lathrem, Phi Sigma Kappa Oscar Wisner. Delta Tau Delta Jimmy Graham, Pi Kappa Alpha Francis Pusateri. Delta Chi Billy Young. Sigrjia Alpha Epsilon Jack Shanklin. Kappa Alpha James Palmore, Sigma Chi Glenn Hardymon, Kappa Sigma Reynolds Watkins, Sigma .Vu C. P. Johnson, Lambda Chi Alpha Jack Huber, Sigma Phi Epsilon Bill Mosely, Triangle e taH 1 X. ;: s: TS f? , 1 ry r% 3 II iMk ntk »- £ i M Mi -JM ' A 159 UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND MidAAJC University of Kentucky Band John Lewis, Jr., Director The University of Kentucky ' s " Best Band in Dixie, " under the direc- tion of John Lewis, has completed one of the most successful years in its history. In an effort to promote a greater appreciation of music at the Univer- sity and throughout the state, the concert group appeared in six spring concerts and two Sunday Afternoon Musicales and presented a program at the Quicksand Sub-station. This group, in cooperation with the Ken- tucky Band and Orchestra Directors Association, conducted a series oi band clinics at which the directors of the various state bands gathered to study modern teaching technique, new band compositions, and interpre- tation. An outstanding spring appearance of the band was made during the 1937 Kentucky Derby festival week in Louisville. The band was presented with a trophy for brilliant marching performance emblematic of their vic- tory over various collegiate bands from the Middlewest. The band also played for the basketball games. The annual band dance in the Alumni Gymnasium drew a favorable crowd. Through the efforts of Mr. Lewis, Herbert Petrie and his White Hussars were obtained for a con- cert which was given under the auspices of the band. 162 University of Kentucky Band The football appearances of the marching band, composed of one hun- dred and twelve members, were acclaimed with unanimous approval both at home and abroad. Much of this success may be attributed to the guidance of the musicians by Berkley Bennison, who has served as drum major for three years, and his assistant, Bruce Sullivan. Miss Betty Bakhaus performed most ably in the role of sponsor. Her success was confirmed by the musicians when they reelected her for a second term to this position. George Duncan acted efficiently in the capacity of personnel officer and business manager. He was responsible for the various contacts made by the band. On the field, various formations were made in response to signals from his pistol. Novelties dominated the programs which delighted the crowds during the intermission periods of the games. Two football trips were made by this organization, one to Cincinnati for the Xavier game and the other to Tuscaloosa for the Alabama Homecoming. Music was furnished by the band for all the military parades which terminated with the annual Field Day exercises. The band closed an active and successful season by leading the Senior Commencement March. 163 Band Personnel Bruce SuUiv Drum Mu].: Fred Moore ' ' ■■ ' Cliarles Garland " W. J. Simonton Parker LaBach- ' - Percy Lewis " ' " ' ■ Frank Ellis ' ' " McCoy Craig Samuel Rainey Elbert Stadden James Palmore ' John Clark Harrv Zimmerman " ' Roy Bean Edward Valleau Norman Lewis " ' Reginald Courtoi: Ried Hoskins " Jack Taylor TROMBONES Raymond Carty William Smoot Mark Cocherane Edward Banks William Fuchs CORNETS Karl Vogel- William Echols Asher Seal W. R. Eubank Frank Mainous William Conley " HORNS Billy Garland BARITONES Pollard White Donald Plumby Hale Harned Samuel Simonton William Bingham James Bowling Warren Richards Jack Ray Merrill Hughes Joseph Armstead William Bradley John McFarland Robert Saxon Thomas Bowman Thomas Fritts B. B. Mclnteer Ralph Willhit SAXAPHONES Dennis Ayers Jack Bergh D. C. Ward William Durhar Oscar Wisner ' ' " Richard Foster Merill Blevins " George Yancey ■ ' ■■■ Clinton Tucker Bernard Crutcher ' ' Palmer Evans Lloyd Pennington " " Harlowe Dean Joe Wetherill ■■ Albert Sherman John Feitz " ' " ' " William Stone- William Cudd William Merton- DRUMS Buford Whitt Clifford Shaw- CLARINETS William Strotz John Orndorff Harold Katz William Crutcher William Lipscomb Wayne McConnell Damon Hart Rudy Wells Manville Fryman BASSES Vernon Albert Jack McNamer PICCOLOS Luther Hickman- BELLS Frank Goodfriend Joseph McWilliams James Scottow Robert Barkman William Steel Evan Phillips Nelson Hoskins Ernest Delaney John Clore George Bryan Frank Forsythe James Barger E. C. Ammern " ian Paul Marsh William Von Allman Glen Padgett DRUM MAJORS B. H. Benneson ' Bruce Sullivan- ' " SPONSOR Betty Bakhaus DIRECTOR John Lewis PERSONNEL MANAGER George Duncan " ' - " ' • " ' " Captain First Sergeant Staff Sergeant Corporal 1 ' 2 George Duncan Personnel Director 164 University Choristers PURPOSE The University Choristers is an organization composed of members of the Men ' s Glee Club and the Women ' s Glee Club which provides extra training and credit in the field of music and singing. DIRECTOR Mildred S. Lewis ACCOMPANIST Jean Marie McConnell MEMBERS Marjorie Andrews Elizabeth Ballard Frances Crain Mary Duncan Ruth Ecton Women Anna Louise Elsey Ruth Coleman Gay ' Wanda Lynch Mary Lou McFarland Mary Louise McKenna Elizabeth Moseley Dorothy Murrell Anna Belle Prather Helen Robinson Margaret Ellen Smith Marion Valleau William Ault Bill Gene Cudd Harlowe Dean. Jr. George Duncan James Gibson Men William Merton Frederick Moore Jesse Mountjoy Robert Myre Arthur Smith Thomas Spragens Dawes Thompson John Toohey Edward Valleau William Wilson 165 Women ' s Glee Club PURPOSE A musical activity as a means of self-expression for some: a laboratory !f musical training for others. DIRECTOR Mildred S. Lewis ACCOMPANISTS Adele Gensemer Ermagard Kruse Betty Alexander Elaine Allison Marjorie Andrews Elizabeth Ballard Helen Burks Elizabeth Covington Frances Grain Mildred Croft Margaret Cromwell Ray Drane Mary Duncan Nancy Duncan Ruth Ecton Anna Louise Elsey MEMBERS Sarah Evans Evelyn Ewan Ruth Gay Inez Hawkins Helen Horlacher Wanda Lynch Mary Lou McFarland Jean Marie McConnell Mary Louise McKenna Elizabeth Moseley Dorothy Murrell Jean Overstreet Nannie Leah Owen Betty Phelps Beatrice Pigg Helen Robinson Mary Gore Rodes Eleanor Rubin Margaret Ellen Smith Mamie Snyder Virginia Tharp Elizabeth Rhea Tillett Marion Valleau Irene Willmott Betty Lee Wyatt Frances Young Anna Belle Prather Susan Price Minnie Ruth Pyle 166 Men ' s Glee Club The men ' s glee club is an organization affording an excellent oppor- tunity for participation in music activity. In addition to appearing on many University programs, this group makes trips to neighboring towns, presents a concert arrangement of an opera with the Girls ' Glee Club, and takes a three-day spring tour of a selected section of Kentucky. HARLOWE DEAN, IR. JAMES GIBSON GEORGE E. DUNCAN HAROLD KATZ President Vice-President Secretary -Treasurer Librarian ASSISTANT DIRECTOR Harlowe Dean, Jr. C. P. Bailey Harry Buttermore Jack Cook Jack Cowgill McCoy Craig William Adams William Ault Walter Boyd Charles Bradford DIRECTOR C. A. Lampert FIRST TENORS Donald Galloway Jesse Mountjoy James Ramsey Cudd John Jackson William Merton SECOND TENORS Thomas Downing James Hunnphries James Gibson Harold Katz Lee Heine ' W. G. McConnell Luther Hickman Robert Myer Frank Hill John Orndorf FIRST BASSES Harlowe Dean Thomas Fritts George Duncan J. C. Greenwill Tavner Dunlap Ralph Kendall William Elder Arthur Meador Dean Patterson Robert Rice Arthur Smith Loren Williams Jack Rayburn Arthur Richards J. D. Tolbert Rollins Wood David Freedman George Rassenfoss William Boaz James Bowling SECOND BASSES Walter Butt C. P. Johnson Burt Cooper Herman Kendall Robert Bruman Palmer Evans Kenneth White William Wils sanbv 157 INTERIOR REGISTRARS OFFICE PidJdicxiikf n The Kentucky Kernel First issued in 1914, the outgrowth of " The Idea. " an early student newspaper, The Kentucky Kernel is published twice a week during the regular University se- meste rs, and once a week during the Sum- mer Session. Growing considerably since it was first prepared in the basement of the Administration building where the jour- nalism department was then located, and printed where the cheapest rate was in ef- fect by a local printing company. The Ken- tucky Kernel now boasts a student print- ing plant valued at more than $50,000. Located in the basement of McVey Hall at present. The Kernel plant now possesses three Linoptype machines, two fast auto- matic presses, a modern Duplex eight-page press capable of turning out 3,500 papers per hour, numerous varieties of type, and Ross Chepeleff. Editor many other accessories necessary to the successful completion of a modern printing plant. A circulation of over 5,000 newspapers reach almost every state in the nation and several foreign countries with each publication of the pa- per. Recognized as being an outstanding collegiate journal. The Kernel ' s leadership among Southern college newspapers is undisputed. Besides its duties as dispenser of Univer- sity news, the paper is a leader in student thought and an interpreter of student opin- ion. Events of this past year have conclu- sively proved the role that the paper can play in being a leader on the campus. On several occasions The Kernel has assisted the Administration in planning and carry- ing out projects in the best interests of the University. Not only is it the duty of the journal to act as a mirror to campus events, but also it is the main factor in training stu- dents in the journalism department in the field of their chosen profession. An unexcelled laboratory, a news con- veyor, a campaign leader, and a generally useful organ of the University, the columns of The Kentucky Kernel are always open for student expression, whether they be individual or group thoughts or attitudes. I ' .IH.AK Penn, Business Manager 170 The Kentucky Kernel EDITORIAL STAFF ROSS I. CHEPELEFF Editor-m-Chiel MALCOLM PATTERSON . . Associate Editor DONALD IRVINE Associate Editor RAYMOND T, LATHREM Managing Editor LOUIS HAYNES Assistant Editor EDWARD MUEHSLER Assistant Editor ALICE WOOD BAILEY Assistant Editor ANDREW C. ECKDAHL News Editor CLIFF SHAW News Editor L. T. IGLEHART Assistant News Editor JEAN McELROY Assistant News Editor GEORGE H. KERLER Sports Editor JOE CREASON Assistant Sports Editor MARVIN GAY Assistant Sports Editor J. B. FAULCONER Assistant Sports Editor ELEANOR RANDOLPH Society Editor ELIZABETH MAY Assistant Society Editor MARY LOU STARK . ' Assistant Society Editor Robert Rankin George Lamason Charles Gary Martha Moore Allenby Winer Sarah Ransdell Mack- HuRhes REPORTERS Mary S. Pile Jane Day Didi Castle Grace Silverman Marie Masey nor Snedeker El Jane Levi John Wilkerson Jack Treadway Lillian B. Clark Lois Campbell I. M. Danzigger A! Wathen 171 dyLiLi The Kentucky Kernel An ever important factor in the publication of The Kernel is the busi- ness staff of the paper under the direction of the Business Manager. Con- sisting of students of the University, it is the job of the business staff to solicit advertising from local merchants thereby placing the paper on a sound financial basis. Few realize that the slim fee paid by students at registration time can- not possibly cover the expense of successfully publishing a semi-weekly newspaper. And few realize that it is the advertising revenue and the successful management of the numerous other printing work that the plant does which makes it possible for The Kernel to assist upwards of fifteen students partly to work their way through college. The Kernel is recognized by leading advertising authorities of the United States as one of the leading semi-weekly college newspapers in suc- cessful advertising. One of the largest of these authorities names The Kernel as one of the leading ten publications of all college papers in the country. BUSINESS STAFF KDGAR PENN Business Manager NEVILLE TATUM Circulation Manager DOROTHY CLEMENTS Secretary ADVERTISING STAFF Robert Cohen Cecil Kittinger Sam Ewing 172 The Kentuckian The 1938 Kentuckian is presented to you with the sincere hope that we have ac curately portrayed a cross section of the student life of the University of Kentucky. We have attempted to review for you the athletic endeavors of our teams, the hon- orary and activity organizations of the campus, the class of ' 38 and to present a composite of their functions. Not enough credit can be given the staff of the Kentuckian. The diligent and prolific work of Buckley, Tatum, Tudor, and Booher deserves special recognition. Roger Brown, Editor The theme of the book is intended to show the rapid advancement of the University since its founding and, in a limited way, the changes which have taken place. The old pictures used here are authentic photographs. Though some of these pictures are ludicrous in comparison with modern styles, there is no intention to cast any aspersions on the early students of the University. The Kentuckian wishes to express its gratitude especially to Mr. E. L. Gillis, former registrar, for his cooperation in securing these historical photographs and the information on the history of the Uni- versity which appears in another section of this book. It is also indebted to the Repro Engraving Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, and the Lafayette Studio for their advice and suggestions. James Miller, Business Manager 173 ifiui if Tatum BucIiU ' V Kerlcr Irvin. Jackson Tudor Godbout Hansen Stark Coyte Ligon Markwcll Nuxol El hot The Kentucklan EDITORIAL STAFF EDITOR Roger Brown ASSOCIATE EDITORS Neville Talum Sidney Hue Kley SPECIAL EDITORS Donald Irvine Ed Muehs er Sofor,(y DEPARTMENTAL EDITORS Honoraries and Clubs Elizabeth Ligon Frances Woods Sports Joe Creason Helen Markwell Alice Wood Bailey Activities Snapshots Fraternity Ellen Coyte Clementine Cooper David Lewis Mack Hughes Jack Nuxol Robert Hansen Class Editors General Staff Secretaries Betty Elliott George Booher Martha Hume Virginia Richey Ruth Ware William Tudor Mary Lou Stark Betty Jackson 174 The Kentuckian Through a competent sales organization, the circulation of this year ' s Kentuckian surpasses that of any previous annual. A word of praise is given to Mary Lee Hope who turned in receipts for seventy-nine sales and to Nancy Orrell for sixty-six sales. While individuals starred, it was the untiring work of the staff as a whole who have set a record of which we are justly proud. BUSINESS STAFF BUSINESS MANAGER James Miller ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS James Quisenberry ' Lester Smith CIRCULATION Sam Ewing John Greathouse SECRETARY Nancy Orrell SALES MANAGER James Miller Mary Jane Braly Eva Clay John Conrad Mary Lee Hope Jean Megerle ASSISTANTS Nancy Orrell Runelle Palmore Charlotte Percivai Sarah Renaker Hattie Richie Bud Scott Mary Jane Smith Tom Spragens Ruth Ware Clifton Vogt James Wine 175 our Mash Founded in February. 1936, by Delta Sigma Chi, journalism fraternity, Sour Mash, the campus humor publication, has grown from a quarterly pub- lication to a successful monthly magazine. Supervised by members of the journalism honorary, the staff positions on the magazine are open to the entire student body. Anyone with talent along the lines of drawing, writing, or selling is encouraged to contribute to the magazine. Outstanding sorority pledges, a pledge queen, and a campus sweetheart are annual highlights in features of the publication. Consisting of original local humor articles, candid camera shots, cam- pus gossip, cartoons, and similar material from campuses of other Univer- sities, Sour Mash has come to be accepted as a popular publication at the University. PUBLICATION STAFF General Manager Editor-in-Chiel Business Manager Assistant Business Manager ROSS T. CHEPELEFF GEORGE H. KERLER ALFRED VOGEL J. D. DAVIS NEVILLE TATUM Circulation Manager DONALD IRVINE Art Editor JERRY STUART Assistant Art Editor Jean McElroy Andrew Eckd;ihl Jim Caldwell CONTRIBUTORS Alice W. Bailey Freddy Lucas J. B. Faulconer Sarali Ransdell Urith Lucas Harry Williams Kli abelh Brown Tom Bry;ml 176 9n Otke ieldi Y. W. C. A. SENIOR CABINET A voluntary religious organization of women students who: Unite in the desire to realize full and creative lives through a growing knowledge of God. Determine to have a part in making this life possible for all. In this task we seek to understand Jesus and follow him. OFFICERS ANNE LANG MARGARET MARKLEY SUE D. SPARKS MARGARET REDMON President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer CABINET MEMBERS Joy Edgerton, Membership Ruth Johnson. Social Service Mary Jane Roby, World Fellowship Elizabeth Zimmer, Social Runnelle Palmore. Hobbies lona Montgomery. Books Dorothy Murrell. Music Jane Freeman, Worship Grace Silverman, Kernel Leslie Lee Jones, Y ' s Eyes Mary Elizabeth Koppius. Publicity Katherine Richardson, Dutch Lunch Frances Sadler, Ex-othcio Byrd Kendall, Finance Rae Lewis, Freshmen Anna Jane McChesney, Sophomore Com Mary Lou Starks, Senior Forum Sue D. Sparks, Junior Round Table 178 Y. W. C. A. Junior Round Table Sophomore Commission 179 Snedeker Warren Piiarks Laval Harris Palmore House Schoene Howell Hawkins Dye Perkin Women ' s Athletic Association The W. A. A. was created for ihe purpose of promoting women ' s sports on the campus. The W. A. A. is affiliated with the state and national or- ganizations of the association and also the National Field Hockey Associa- tion. The sports in the W. A. A. are divided into major and minor sports. However, sports are not the only activity in the organization. Several parties are held during the year and each spring a week-end party is spent at camp. The final party is a weiner roast when the new officers are in- ducted and the awards for the year are given. OFFICERS ELEANOR SNEDEKER President FRANCES HOUSE Vice-President RUNELLE PALMORE Secretray FRANCES LAVAL Treasurer COUNCIL Jane Welch, Hockey Manager Frances Laval, Goll Ruth Howell, Archery Josephine Hume, Baseball Sue D. Sparks, Ri{Ie Lovaine Lewis, Tennis Frances House. V ' o ey Ball Nathalie Dye. Riding Martha Hawkins, Tumbling Hazel Perkins, Swimming Ellen Schoene and Dorothy Harris, Basketball Runelle Palmore. Social Jane Welch and Nathalie Dye, Membership Chairmen Eleanor Snedeker, Publicity 180 Pitkin Club RELIGIOUS. SOCIAL, AND POLITICAL PURPOSE To lead the students in their thinking on the religious, political, and social values of life. BOBBY EVANS RUTH ECTON CLAYTON YOUNG President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Clarence Allen Cyrus Allen Inez Baisden Jean Benson Billy Blandford Jack Bleidt Ruth Bryant Don Buchanan Ralph Button Carl Camenish Anne Chambers Lynn Cleveland Reginald Cortois Elizabeth Cowan Berry Davis Harlowe Dean Robert Denny Rudolph de Roode Gladys Dimock Mary Duncan Robert Evans Janet Fergus Bob Fish Jane Freeman Helen Garono Frank Goodfriehd Alice Griffiths Julia Hall Rev.Warner Hall Ralph Hammersley O. D. Hawkins Harriet Hendershot Llewlyn Holmes Free Hunter Marjorie Jenkins Leslie Lee Jones Ann Lang David Lewis Rae Lewis John Loser Lloyd Mahan Margaret Markley Anna McChesney John McFarland Mary Ellen Mendenhall Campbell Miller Betty Mitchell Martha Mitchell lona Montgomery Charles Moore Bob Roy Norton Runelle Palmore Bart N. Peak Ruth Peak David Pettus Virginia Pettus A. W. Plummet Susan Price Ruth Ramsey Virginia Richardson Martha Riley Jessie Roby Mary Roby David Sageser Dave Scott Rondal Sharpe Julian Smith George Spragens Tom Spragens Frances Sadler Robert States Raymond Sutherland Emmy Lou Turck Jodie Wade Mildred Webb Charlotte Wible Joseph Willson Dorothy Wolfe Clayton Young Frances Young Elizabeth Zimmer 181 C - P f , o ff e- " " ' f " ' ai . •«- ;?• : ij i.w4m . iutt A ' - Maha-i PlummcT Sprutjens Combs Montgomery Ellis Lewis R, Kendall Connor Adams Moore Johnson H Kendall Boxley Brvanl Y. M. C. A. SENIOR CABINET The Y. M. C. A. has as its central purpose the development of well- rounded lives based on Christian principles. OFFICERS TOM SPRAGENS President ROBERT EVANS Vice-President DAVID LEWIS Secretary DAVE SCOTT Treasurer COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Bill Craig, Deputation T. R. Bryant, Jr., Program Ralph Button, Discussion Groups David Sageser, Publicity Dave Scott. Finance David Lewis. Social Campbell Miller, Membership O. D. Hawkins, Social Service George Duncan, Music Herman Kendall, Spiritual Lite Marshall Guthrie, University Service 182 Y. M. C. A. FRESHMAN CABINET OFFICERS JODIE WADE President MORRY HOLCOMB Vice-President WALTER BREHM Secretary Vernon Albert Robert Allphin R. Burns Baker Clesbie Black Bill Blandford James Bonta James Bowling Walter Brehm Bennie Butler Harry Buttermore John Clore Reginald Courtois Edward A. Crowe Lee Crowe Norman Dick Bill Foley MEMBERS Bob Harness Glenn Harney Morry Holcomb James Hotaling A. C. Isaacs James Knott Elmer Lee Eli Levy Barksdale Litchfield Lewis Luckett Arthur Meador Joe Mitchell John Montgomery B. Waller Mountjoy, Jr Bobby Rice Charles Robinson J. Rogers Jodie Wade D.C.Ward Joe Welch Lawrence Welch Orville Wheat Ralph Willhite W. Williamson Glenn Wilson Q. A. Wright Joseph " Wurtenberger Billy Garland Bill Karraker Fred Pinson Ear! Adams Bill Knaebe! William C. Mahon 183 f C.X r if ifii w I ' - ' ' ' ' 1 O C: £ f f f% r f « «,v Wanen Sailer Kelloiid Rusk Markwrll Lang Nickerson lis Braid Cliiikenbeard Ammcrman Elliott Clarkson Quisenbori l;.,uiiii;ai 1 iMiilliollaiid Bryant Tabcling Torrcll Bailey McFarlaiid Potte SuKy PEP ORGANIZATION PURPOSE SuKy is fundamentally a pep organization interested in the develop- ment of school spirit. With the money earned from the sale of refreshments at athletic events, SuKy sponsors Homecoming and May Day festivities, and awards cups for these events, contributes funds for band trips and for the Student Union. Membership is based on amount of sales by tryouts at football and basket- ball games. OFFICERS GENE WARREN President ANN LANG Vice-President MARTHA HAWKINS Secretary JAMES SALTER Treasurer FACULTY ADVISER Niel Plummer Martha Ammerman Alice Wood Bailey James Barton Curtis Baumgardner Elliot Beard Tommy Bryant Don Buchanan Louis Clarkson John Clinkenbeard Granville Coblin MEMBERS Herman Dotson Betty Elliott Evelyn Ewan Joe Farcht Martha Hawkins James Kellond Ann Lang Helen Markwell Mary Lou McFarland 184 C. D. Moral Noah Mulholland Robert Nickerson Jane Potter James Quisenberry Thomas Rusk James Salter Robert Tabeling Dan Terrell Gene Warren Other Organizations PHI BETA KAPPA National Honorary in College of Arts and Sciences Dr. R. H. Weaver. President BETA GAMMA SIGMA National Honorary in College of Commerce Dr. L. H. Carter, President GUIGNOL THEATRE Theatrical Group Frank Fowler. Director PAN-POLITIKON Foreign Country Study Group Harry Hale. President CATHOLIC CLUB Religious Organization Sherman Hinkebein, President COSMOPOLITAN CLUB International Group Rosemary Taylor. President ALMA MAGNA MATER Organization of Children of U. K. Grads Jane Freeman, President GERMAN CLUB Language Promotion Group William Maier. President KAPPA DELTA PI Educational Honorary Mrs. Legrand Briggs, President PHI MU ALPHA Men ' s Music Honorary Harlowe Dean, Jr., President PATTERSON LITERARY SOCIETY Men ' s Literary Society Campbell Miller, President LA CERCLE FRANCAISE Language Promotion Group Eugene Thompson, President SPANISH CLUB Language Promotion Group Rosemary Taylor, President ALPHA DELTA SIGMA Advertising Honorary Edgar Penn, President PHI ALPHA THETA History Honorary Henry Adams, President PI MU EPSILON Mathematics Honorary Professor M. C. Brown, President PI SIGMA ALPHA Political Science Honorary Mrs. Florence S. Cantrill, President PHI EPSILON PHI Botany Honorary Joe Moore, President ORDER OF THE COIF College of Law Honorary Professor Eblen, President 185 ' - r t.W FNr.INLKHINti IJIILII tJtHio History of the University A presentation of the early liistory of the University of Kentucky in a brief, simplified, and readable form, presents unforeseen difficulties which may escape the readers notice. The material for this compilation is derived from varied sources including a " History of Higher Education in Kentucky " by A. F. Lewis, the proceedings of the " Fiftieth Anniversary of the University of Kentucky, " the vertical files of the Library, the files of the Kernel, Minutes of the Faculty, and certain records from the Bureau of Source Materials in Higher Education. The editors are also indebted to Professors E, L. Gillis and M. E. Ligon for aid in securing facts and correction of the manuscript. Kentucky University came into existence following the passage of the legislative act of February 28, 1865, which completed the arrangements for the merging of the older Kentucky University, Transylvania College, and the Agricultural and Mechanical College into one institution. The college opened its doors in October, 1866. The Agricultural and Mechanical College was, at this time, just beginning its illustrious history. It was found- ed as a result of an Act of Congress, the Morrill Land Grant Act, which, through the sale of a donation of land amo unt- ing to 330,000 acres in Kentucky, would provide sufficient capital to begin a state institution teaching " such branches of learning as are related to agriculture and the mechanic arts. " The older Kentucky University was the continuation of Bacon College, a denominational school begun in Georgetown in 1836. This school was removed to Harrodsburg in 1839, and abandoned in 1850 for financial reasons. Through the earnest efforts of John B. Bowman, it was revived in 1859 under the name of Kentucky University. The college building was destroyed by fire in 1864 which forced Kentucky University to begin looking for a new location. A consolidation with Transylvania in Lexington was consummated, 1865, in such a manner that the stipulations of the recent land grant act of Congress would be included. The new State university began its history in 1866 located on the Transylvania campus, " Ashland. " Mr. John Bowman was placed in charge of the combined institution, holding the office of regent. The first president of the Agricultural and Mechanical college was John Augustus Williams who occupied the chair until 1867 to be followed by Joseph Desha Pickett in ' 68. James Kennedy Patterson took the post of presiding officer in the fall of 1869 to begin a presidency which was to last for forty years. During the first year of the actual operation of the A. and M. college which began in the fall of 1866. 190 men students, under the guidance of twelve faculty members, began work in a curriculum which, though being quite similar to that of the College of Arts, stressed particularly civil engineering, modern languages, and military tactics. The stu- dents also were required to work two hours a day on the ornamental grounds, the farm, or later the shops of the in- stitution. Two hundred and twenty men students comprised the enrollment of the college in the second year of its exist- ence, and in the third school year, 1868-69. the first term of the presidency of J. K. Patterson, there was an enrollment of 285 students. W. B. Munson, graduating in this year, was the first student to receive a B. S. degree from the Agri- cultural and Mechanical department of Kentucky University. A glance into the minutes of the faculty in the opening year of President Patterson ' s administration will par- tially seive to show the close supervision placed upon ' the students at that time. From the minutes of Oct. 8, 1869: " A number of students absent at 9 p. m. roll call last night were put on limits of 20 days. " -. View o Kentucky State College soon after it was built From Oct. 20, 1869; " Resolved that students rooming at the Woodlands be prohibited from visiting each other ' s rooms after 6 p. m. during study hours at night. " Kentucky University flourished with a growing enrollment for several years from this date, so that it appeared that the institution was going to overshadow every rival in the Mississippi valley. Yet during this time, factional strife had arisen among the curators, dissatisfaction being born from the facts that Kentucky University was influenced by denominational control and that the University was financially embarrassed about 1873, because some of the stocks upon which the institution owed the most part of its continuance were failing to pay dividends. A complete reorganization was instigated through an act of the State Legislature of March 13, 1878, which divorced the Agricultural and Mechanical College from Kentucky University. In 1879, a commission was appointed to re-locate the A. and M. college and prepare a plan for a " first-class University. " Thus the culmination of the sep- aration of the schools which were subsequently to be known as Transylvania College and the University of Kentucky was enacted. Classes were continued on the old location until March, 1882, the intervening time being taken up in a search for and preparation of a new location. The City of Lexington made the best offer, which was accepted, granting to the Agricultural and Mechanical college the site of the City Park of 52 acres valued at $250,000 which had formerly been the fair grounds and used during the Civil War as a camping ground. The city also granted S30,000 in bonds and Fayette County supplemented S20,000 in bonds to be used for building purposes. The land extended south on Limestone and President ' s Walk Along Men ' s Dormitory now SSS v ' White Hall 189 Woodshop 1898 east on Winslow {now Euclid) streets. The formation of the ground and the water from Maxwell spring rendered the construction of an artificial lake, with a boating course a quarter of a mile long. At this time, plans were made for the erection of a new college building, containing a chapel, society rooms, lecture and recitation rooms sufficient for the accommodation of 500 students. This structure, now known as the Administration building, was completed in October. 1880. About the same time, a brick residence for the president and a brick dormitory with accommodations for 90 students were erected on the new property. Meanwhile the matriculation continued to increase, there being 234 students in attendance in 1880-81. In the latter part of 1885, the first important step toward a realization of the special aims of the institution was taken by the organization of an agricultural experiment station with Professor M. A. Scovell at its head. An act of Congress in 1887 gave impetus to the program by a $15,000 yearly appropriation to each state for the purpose of establishing an Agriculture Experiment station in connection with the A. and M. colleges. In 1888 an experimental farm of 48 ' 2 acres was purchased and equipped with suitable buildings. A $20,000 structure located on the campus was completed in August. 1889, to serve partly as the experimental station. A course in practical mechanics was first offered in 1889 but no regular mechanical department was organized until two years later. The mechanical building was completed in January, 1892. The " New Dormitory, " now White Hall, was completed in 1890. The A. and M. college, which now contained a Normal school, a classical course, and an Academy in addition to instruction in the mechanical arts and modern languages, was now growing rapidly and expand- ing widely its scope. The Natural Science building was completed and dedicated in 1898. The Kentucky State Military Unit in the 1890 ' ' ' " ■« f r 100 View of the campus showing the old lake where the Student Union Building now stands Let us pause a moment in this decade and notice the aspect of the university at this time. In 1880. the Col- lege employed six professors and, in 1898, sixteen professors and eight assistants. Imagine the main building, the dormi- tory, and the experiment station in a semi-circle and (from 1892 records) " Maxwell creek, which flows east to west just north of the pond below the main building of Kentucky State College forming one of the most beautiful scenes of the campus. Boys delight in bathing in it during the summer monhs, while skaters find it a strategic point when it freezes over in the winter. " Organized athletics had their beginning in the college during the fall of ' 92 although previous to this time, occasional games of baseball had been played between teams of the various colleges in the state. No games of college football had been played in the state previous to the fall of 1891. In this year Centre College boasted a football team and, toward the end of the season, sent a challenge to the A. and M. college which was accepted, although the students had no idea of how the game was played. The State College team had no suits and had to be given preliminary in- struction on the field before the game by the Centre group. The resulting score was 10 to in favor of Centre, yet all the scoring was done during the first half before the State team had " caught on. " From the minutes of the faculty of May, 7, 1902, an insight is given to the social activities of the students of this period. " President Patterson called the attention of the Faculty to the fact that he had received intimations that the frequent ' Cadet Hops ' were resulting in the deterioration of the quality of class work by the participants, and asked for the opinions of the members of the faculty upon the subject .... Professor Kastle thought that as the rule, the privileges Class of 1898 r 191 of the Cadet Hops should be restricted to the upper class students and that the general student body should only engage in them at long intervals, such as once a year. " And on Nov. 16, 1903, from the minutes; " A girl was requested to withdraw when reported seen on two oc- casions waltzing with a young man in the college gym. " In the 1894 " Memorial, " the first edition of a yearbook at the college, we find: ' What senior boy ' s heart does not swell with modest pride as he thinks how. when a junior, the midnight artillery avenged their liberties by firing a policeman off the cannon and then picking up his terrified remains, sent him home on a street car. " The name of the institution was changed from the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky to the State University in 1908. In this same year, the College of Law was established and placed in charge of W. T. Laflerty, as dean. President Patterson resigned his position on January 15. 1910. to become President Emeritus of the Univer- sity and, during the interim that followed. Professor James E. White, dean of men, acted as president. Henry Stites Barker became president in 1910 and governed the University until 1917-18, when Dr. Frank L. McVey took over the office. In 191R, the name of the school was again changed to the University of Kentucky. Under the guidance of President McVey, the University has seen its greatest progress. The value of the prop- erty of the campus has increased from SI, 750,000 in 1917 to 54,000,000 in 1931. Three boys ' dorms and one women ' s dormitory have recently been erected during his administration, and McVey hall was opened in February, 1929, made possible by the economic ability of the president through the saving of University funds. The Greater Kentucky campaign was launchetl through the efforts of President McVey and con- President Patterson conducting convocation on the second floor ol the Adminis- tration Building about 1900 ducted by alumni, which made possible the construction of the concrete stadium, the Main gym. and Memorial Hall, the auditorium of which was completed in May, 1930. A library containing more than 212,000 volumes has been erect- ed. Several agricultural buildings have recently been added, the engineering quadrangle has been completed, a new law college building is in operation, the Student Union building has just opened, and improvements are rapidly pro- gressing even now toward a greater University. The University of Kentucky is the largest institution of higher learning in the state today. It is non-denomi- national and offers equal advantages to all. It is composed of six colleges, a Graduate School, an Agricultural Experi- ment station, two Agricultural Experiment sub-stations, and a Department of University Extension and of Agricultural Extension. It also has a Bureau of Business Research in the College of Commerce, a Bureau of School Service in the College of Education, and a summer session. The College of Education was established on the campus in 1923 as an outgrowth of the Department of Edu- cation in the Arts and Sciences College. The Teachers ' Training building, the present location of the college, was opened in 1930. The College of Commerce is the youngest of the colleges, established in the fall of 1925 under Dean Edward Weist. The College of Agriculture was formed in 1908, although the Experiment Station dates back to 1885. Today the University offers over 1,000 courses, brings noted lecturers, artists, and visitors to the campus each year, entertains thousands of high school boys and girls during Music Festival Week, state basketball tournament, track meets, etc. It attracts about 35.000 people to the campus each year exclusive of the sports crowds, and its radio broad- casting studios reach an inestimable number. President Patterson so aptly stated at the semi-annual jubilee of U. K. in 1916 that " the State of Kentucky will become to alumni a mecca to which the future pilgrim will return, feeling that its innermost shrine is the University of Kentucky. " 192 CLASSES Class Room, 1899 ROBERT C. STILZ President Lexington, Ky. RANKIN TERRY Vice-President Marion. Ky. Senior Class Officers MARY LOU STARK Secretary Lexington. Ky. LEON S. McCROSKY Treasurer Harrodsburg, Ky. DEAN BOYD College of Arts and Sciences D A N DEAN FUNKHOUSER Graduate College DEAN WIEST College oi Con DEAN COOPER College oi Agriculture 196 0 %m iii ' ' W m. S E N I l " x 5 DIXIE ABRAM Delta Zeta Louisville, Ky. President Delta Zeta. Phi Upsilon Omi- cron. President Pan-Hellenic. Associa- ion Women Students. Home Economics Club. Y. W, C. A.. Women ' s Atliletic A.ssociation INEZ COTTRELL BAISDEN Betsy Layne, Ky. =hi Upsilon Omicron. Chi Delta Phi. an Politikon. Home Economics Club. Pitkin Club. Committee of 240 BETTY BEWLAY Chi Omega Cleveland Heights, Ohio President Chi Omega, Phi Upsilon Omi- cron. Y- W. C. A,, Home Economics Club. Alma Magna Mater. A. W, S Pan-Hellenic RUTH SHIRLEE BLANKENSHIP Lexington, Ky. Y, W C, A.. Home Economics Club. Cosmopolitan Club, Young Democratic Club THELMA MAY BREITENSTEIN Louisville, Ky. Club. Y, W. C. A. AGRICULTURE ROBERTA ATKINS Chi Omega Straight Creek, Ky. Plu Upsilon Omicron. B. S. U. Council. Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A. CHARLES E. BARRETT Alpha Gamma Rho Sacramento, Ky. Cliancellor Alpha Zeta. President Ag- ricultural Council, Inter-Fraternity Council, Lances. Pat Stock Judging Team. Block and Bridle, Patter.son Lit- er.nrv Society. Y. M. C, A. HAROLD BINKLEY Alpha Gamma Rho Fulton, Ky. Vice-President Alpha Zeta. Student Council. President Block and Bridle, Agricultural Council. Dairy Club. Poul- try Club M. A. BRAME Pembroke, Ky. BERTHA FRANCES BROCK 198 AGRICULTURE SENIORS EDWIN LOGAN BROWN Phi Delta Tbeta Shelbyville, Ky. President Phi Delta Theta. Alpha Zeta. Block and Bridle. President Agricul- tural Society CARL CAMENISCH Stanford, Ky. Alpha Zeta. Block and Bridle. Pitkin Club. Y. M. C. A., Dairy Club. Patter- son Literary Society RUTH CASH Parksville. Ky. Home Economics Club. Y. W. C. A.. 4-H Club JAMES THOMAS COOTS Russellville. Ky. MARY ELIZABETH CURTIS Delta Zeta Liberty. Ky. A. W. S. Council. Home Economic: Club. Committee of 240 f . Sfc 4iB WILLIAM P. BURNETTE Fulton, Ky. RUBY CARMICHAEL Paris. Ky. DANIEL ENNIS CLARK Frankfort, Ky. THOMAS G. CULTON Alpha Gamma Rho Parksville, Ky. Block and Bridle. Alpha Zeta. Dairy Club, Poultry Club. 4-H Club J. BERRY DAVIS, JR. Lexington, Ky. Alpha Zeta. Block and Bridle 199 SENIORS AGRICULTURE MARTHA FRANCES DAVIS California, Ky. Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A- F. KENNEDY DICKSON Delta Tau Delta Louisville, Ky. Guignol. Glee Club. Block and Bridle Dairy Club FRED W. DUNCAN Bagdad, Ky. Block and Bridle ARTHUR LEWIS ESTES Eubank, Ky. C. T. FORKNER, JR. Winchester, Kentucky MOLLIE WILLIAMS DAY Chi Omega Maysville, Ky. Y W C A . W- A A,, Home Economics Club, Girl s Band JULIA DIXON London, Ky. Home Economics Club, Committee of 240 ■ RALPH CHARLES EDRINGTON Arlington, Kentucky Poultrv Club, Dairy Club " 3 ' !1 J " " ' JACK WILLIAM FINCHER Ludlow, Ky. FLORENCE ANNE FORT Frankfort, Ky. Y W. C. A., Home Economics Club 200 AGRICULTUI E SENIORS HELEN MARIE FRANTZ Lexington, Ky. Y. W. C, A., Home Economics Club CHARLES GATTON Alpha Gamma Rho Bremen. Ky. Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle WILLIAM FREEMAN GRIFFIN Tiptonville, Tenn. MARY GARY Delta Delta Delta Hopkinsville, Ky. Y W, C, A. DON F. GILMORE Somerset, Ky. Alpha Zeta. Block and Bridle i4 MARVIN WOODROW GUTHRIE Perryville, Ky. Block and Bridle. Dairy Club Secretary and Treasurer, Poultry Club, Dairy Cattle Judging Team JULIA HALL Henderson, Ky. Home Economics Club. Phi Upsilon Omicron. Agricultural Council. Presi- dent of Patterson Hall. Y. W. C. A. ANDREW HARDESTY Whitesville, Ky I ' lork and Bridle, Poultry Club. Catho- lic Club Aj rj RUTH HARRIS Alexandria, Ky. MAMIE ELIZABETH HART Bryantsville. Ky. ' ire-President Home Economics Club, Secretary Mortar Board. Committee of J40. 4-H Club. Y. W. C. A.. W. A. A., Editor Phi Upsilon Omicron 201 SENIORS MARTHA HAWKINS Kappa Kappa Ganviia Lexington, Ky. Secretary SuKy. Y W C. A,. Dutch Lunch Club. W A A , Ahua Magna Mater. Home Economics Chita H. DAVID MILLIARD Clinton, Ky. CECIL M. HINTON Burtonville, Ky. President Poultry Chib. Agricultural Club W. O. HUBBARD Lexington, Ky. Alpha Zeta. Phi Ep.sUon Phi. Agricul- tural Council. 4-H Club. President Hor- ticulture Cluta AGRICULTURE HAZEL RUTH HICKS Bryantsville, Ky. 4 A ARTHUR S. JOHNSON River Falls, Wis. Y. M C. A. LEONARD SPRATT HINSON Mt. Sterling, Ky. Block and Bridle. Agricultural Society FORREST J. HOGUE Salvisa. Ky. Y- M. C- A.. Bloci; and Bridle CURTIS E. HUTTON Berry. Ky. JAMES RUSSELL KABLER Harrodsburg. Ky. Block and Bridle Club. University 4-H 202 AGRICULTURE SENIORS CYRIL KELLY Demossville, Ky. Block and Bridle. Poultry Club, Agri- cultural Society. Coinmittee of 240. 4-H Club MILDRED LEMON Berry. Ky. Home Economics Club. 4-H Club. Uni- versity Democratic Club, W. A, A., y. W. C. A. LORENE LONG Danville, Ky, Y- W. C. A . Home Economics Club LEON STANLEY McCROSKY Alpha Gamma Rho Harrodsburg. Ky, Block and Bridle. 4-H Club. Y. M. C. A-, Inter-Fraternity Council MARGARET MARKLEY Kappa Delta Bradford, Ky. President Phi Upsilon Omicron. Vice- President Y, W. C, A,. Vice-President Mortar Board. Vice-President Agricul- tural Council, Home Economics Club. Sophomore Commission. Senior Cabi- net. Pitkin Club i m MARYETTA KOBERT Chi Omega Florala, Ala. HELEN JUANITA LEWIS Louisville, Ky. Y W. C. A,. Home Econ JAMES H. McCONNELL Arlington. Ky. Dairy Club IRIS PROCTOR MAHANES Lexington. Ky. Iloine Economics Club. Phi Upsilo Omicron. Dutch Lunch Club BOB ROY NORTON Morganfield. Ky. V M C. A,. Pitkm Club. Poultry Club. Horticulture Club. Agricultural Society, Dairy Club 203 S E N I Pv S AGRICULTURE MARY JORDAN ODOR Williamstown, Ky. Phi Upsiloli Omicron, Homo Econ Club. Y. W. C, A. DAVID PETTUS Alpha Gamma Rbo Stanford, Ky. Omicron Delta Kappa. President Alpha Gamma Rho. Alpha Zeta. Pitkin Club. Bapti-st Student Council. Pre.5ident Dairv Club. Athletic Council JAMES R. PRICE Alpha Gamma Rho Paris, Ky. Block and Bridle JAMES B. RAMSEY Somerset, Ky. Glee Club, Block and Bridle. Dairy Club SALLY PEMBERTON Lexington. Ky. Y W C A . Home Economics Club. W A A , Junior Round Table ALICE MILLER PILE Hardinsburg. Ky. MINNIE RUTH PYLE Hopkinsville. Ky. Y. W. C. A-. University 4-H Club. A- W S Council. Glee Club. Agricul- tural Society, Secretary Home Econom- ics Club WILLIAM S. REED Covington. Ky. dk % ' mm. la ELIZABETH B. RICE Silver Grove. Ky. Home Economics Club. W. A- A . Y. W RACHEL HUNT ROWLAND Maceo. Ky. Home Economics Club. ARricultural So- ciety. University 4-H Club. Dutch Lunch Club. B. S. U. 204 AGRICULTURE RUTH SCHROEDER Delta Zeta Louisville, Ky. Home Economics Club. Y. V C. A. SENIORS JAMES B. SMATHERS Alpha Gamma Rho Carlisle, Ky. ELEANOR SNEDEKER Freeport, N. Y. Publicity Manager Home Economics Club. President W. A. A- il-ii. Vice- President W. A. A. •■ii- ' il. Hockey Man- ager, House President Patterson Hall. Y. W. C. A.. Freshman Cabinet. Sopho- more Commission. Kernel Staff. Wom- en ' s Administration Council. A. W. S. Council RUTH TARKINGTON Moreland. Ky, Home Economics Club EDMOND THOMPSON Phi Delta Theia Frankfort. Ky. MARY ALICE SCRANTON Kappa Delta Canister. N. Y. Home Economics Club. Y W- C. A. ZACK PARK SMITH Sigma Alpha Epsilon New Castle. Ky. culture Club. Y, MCA. Pi Club, 4-H Club ALYCE SWOPE Henderson, Ky. Club. Dutch Lunch Club. Y. W, C. A. ROBERT M. THAXTON Millersburg, Ky. Captain Golf Team, Block and Bridle ANNE TODD Delta Zeta Lexington. Ky, v W. C. A., W. A. A.. Agricultural Society, Secretary Home Economics : ' lub. Secretary Phi Upsllon Omicron 205 S F N 1 R S AGRICULTURE JAMES DAVIS TOLBERT Kappa Alpha Owcnton, Kv. O CLINTON TUCKER Belvidere, 111. Glop Club d ' k Band. PliiUiarmomc Orchestra HARLAN VEAL Lexington, Ky. JOSEPH J. VOLL Louisville, Ky. Block and Bndlf. Dairy Club Poultry Club, Dairy Club. Agricultural Society EUGENE WARREN Alpha Gamma Rho Henderson Ky. Block and Bridle. Lamp and Cros.s. President Junior, Keys. Vice- President Freshman Class. President SuKy MILDRED FILLMORE WEBB Kappa Kappa Gamma Lexington, Ky. Y, W. C A,. Guignol. Phi Beta, Home Economics Club, Pitkin Club, B S U Council JOHN B. WATTS Frankfort, Ky. JAMES McCLURE WHITE Alpha Gamma Rho Paris, Ky. Freshman Track. Block and Bririh- JESSIE ELAYNE WHITFIELD Nortonville, Ky. Phi Upsilon Omicron. Home Economic: Club, 4-H Club, A W. S . Y, W, C. A. -y MINNIE RUTH WILKINSON Glasgow, Ky. ■ Economics Club. -l-H Club. Y. W. C, A-. Aaricultural Society 206 AGRICULTURE S F N I R S GAY L. WILLIAMS Flat Gap, Ky. y. W, C. A , W A. A.. Home Economics FRANK D. WINCHESTER Buffalo Valley, Tenn. JULIA CLARKE WOOD Delta Zeta Lexington, Ky. Editor Mortar Board. Corresponding Secretary Plii Upsilon Omicron. Cor- nell Award. Secretary and Trea.surer Catholic Club. President Home Econom- ics Club. Cwens. Agricultural Council, Y. W. C. A.. W. A. A. MAURICE K. WILLIAMS Alpha Gamma Rho Elizaville, Ky. 4-H Club. Block and Bridle RALPH D. WINCHESTER Buffalo Valley. Tenn. FRANCES WORD Hopkinsville, Ky. Home Economics Club, Y. W- C. A.. 4-H Club. B S U , Dutcli Luncli Club GUY F. BOYD Gordonsville, Tenn. JOHN J. DAWSON Lexington, Ky. KERMITH E. FORBES .... Argillite. Ky. LEONE GILLETT Hazel Green, Ky. JAMES A. LEWIS Hyden, Ky. EDITH R. MAY Lexington. Ky. MARIAN A. MILLER Hatcher, Ky. NANNIE L. OWENS Hazard, Ky. LILLIAN G. PIPER ...... Clinton, Ky. EDNA L. WHAYNE VIRGINIA ROWE Lexington, Ky. DAN F. SHACKLETTE .... Waverly, Ky. WILLIAM E. SHANKLIN .... Elkton, Ky. JOSEPH SPEARS Morland, Ky. ELIZABETH T. TAYLOR . . . Lexington, Ky. ROBERT TRAVIS Hickman, Ky. AUSTINE TUTTLE Lexington, Ky. CECIL C. WALKER .... Germantown, Ky. ROY I. WALLACE Parksville, Ky. Clinton, Ky. 207 CAMPUS VIEW MM- , mzi u. . v , ' ■H iti cutd SdeHCAd. SENIORS ARTS AMD SCIENCES LUNDY ADAMS Whitesburg. Ky. ALICE AMBERG Chi Omega Hickman. Ky. DENZIL G. BARKER Pippapass. Ky. Committee of 240, Pryor Pre-Metl So CHARLES W. BOHMER Delta Tau Delta Lexington. Ky. iiMtl LOLA ALMA BOWMEK Phil, Ky. ' C. HAL ALBRO. JR. Caneyville, Ky. Y M C, A. Pitkin Club. Commute of 240. French Club ELISABETH BALLARD Gap Mills. W. Va. Plu Beta. Glee Club. Girl ' s Band MERRILL M. BLEVINS Delta Tau Delta Harlan. Ky. Band. Symphony Orchestra, Phi Mu Alpha, Y. M. C. A.. Freshman Cabinet, Secretary and Treasurer Pi Sigma Al- pha. Concert Band. Guignol Production Staff, International Relations Club HERMAN W. BOND Lent. Kentucky ROGER BROWN Alpha Tau Omega Ashland, Ky. Pershing Rifles, Strollers. Glee Club, Editor-in-Chief 1938 Kentuckian. Presi- dent Alpha Tau Omega. Scabbard and Blade. Vice-President Omicron Delta Kappa. Inter-Fraternity Council. Stu- dent Representative Student Union Fur- ni. hing Committee, President Student Council. Lances. Publicity Agent Guig- nol. Y. M. C. A. Freshman Cabinet. Associate Editor 1937 Kentuckian, Sports Writer Kernel. Captain R. O. T. C. 210 ARTS AND SCI ENCES SENIORS ARTHUR T. BRYSON, Delta Tau Delta Ashland. Ky. immittec of 240. Y. M. C. A Magna Mater WILLIAM MILLER BUTLER Millersburg. Ky. Y. M. C. A. ROSS JOHN CHEPELEFF Sigma Nu Detroit. Mich. Editor-in-Chief Kentucky Kernel. Edi- tor and General Manager Sour Mash. Men ' s Student Council. Alpha Delta Sigma. Delta Sigma Chi. Secretary Kentucky Intercollegiate Press Associa- tion. President Cosmopolitan Club. Guignol. Freshman Track Team. Omi- cron Delta Kappa EVA RICHMOND CLAY Alpha Xi Delta Crittenden. Ky. W. C. A-. International Relations Club. A. W. S.. Spanish Club RUTH CLOPTON Alpha Xi Delta Huntsville, Ala. Guignol. Strollers. Y. W. C. A.. Trans- fer Club WILMA WOODROW COTT BUSH Kappa Kappa Gamma Winchester, Ky. Hoiiorary Botany Fraternity WOODROW WILSON CALHOUN Phi Signia Kappa Shelbiana, Ky. MARTHE MARGOT CHAUVET Kappa Kappa Gamma Oak Park, 111. Pryor Pre-Med Society. A. W. S.. Cath- olic Club. Strollers E. LYNN CLEVELAND Lebanon, Ky. Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa. Bap- tist Student Union. Y. M. C. A.. Pitkin Club. Patterson Literary Society. Ger- man Club. White Mathematics Club RALPH B. CONGLETON Alpha Tau Omega Barbourville, Ky. shing Rifles. Committee of 240. Glee Club, Advanced R. O. T. C. 211 SENIORS ARTS AND SCIENCES BALFOUR CONNELL Lexington, Ky. Alpha Clii Sigma. Sigma Pi Sigma, Lamp and Cross, Per.shmg Rifles, Pil- kin Club WILLIAM FRED CROOKS Henderson, Ky. e-President Universi ty Young Dem- atic Club, Catholic Club. Y M C A ELIZABETH DANIEL Chi Omega Paris, Ky. Secretar.v Chi Omega, Committee ot MARY CASTLEMAN DAWSON Delta Delia Delta Fort Mitchell, Ky. Y. W. C, A RALPH M. DENHAM Williamsburg, Ky. Pr.vor Ple-Med Society CLEMENTINE COOPER Kappa Kappa Gamma Georgetown, Ky, Kentuckian Staff MARGARET BRUCE CRUISE Chi Omega Lexington, Ky. Y. W. C. A., Sophomore Commission. Strollers, French Club, Junior Round Table, Senior Forum, Vice-President Chi Omega EUGENE DAVIS Roxana, Ky. HARLOWE F. DEAN, JR. Delta Tau Delta Lexington, Ky. President Phi Mu Alpha, Student Di- rector Men ' s Glee Club, Band, Omicron Delta Kappa, Men ' s Student Council, Executive Committee Pan Politikon, Pitkin Club, Strollers. Guignol, W. H. A S, Production Staff. University Male Quartet. Chorister.s RUTH DILLEY Delta Delta Delta Glendale, Cal, A VV S Council, ,ludicial Board. Y. W. C A Tik 212 ARTS AND SCIENCES SENIORS STANTON G. DONDERO Sigma Alpha Epsilon Royal Oak. Mich. DAVID R. DORNER Alpha Tau Omega Frankfort. Ind. CATHERINE ELLEN DRURY Lexington, Ky. Phi Beta. Girls ' Band, Conceit Band, Orclieistra. Y W. C. A.. W. A A . French Club. Spanish Club. President White Mathematics Club MARGARET ESTES Newport. Ky. MARION F. EVANS Pineville, Ky. Pryor Pre-Med Society. Y. M, C. A. r i DOROTHY DONOHO Chi Omega Waylanci, Ky. Y. W. C, A . W, A , A. HAZEL DOUTHITT Owensboro. Ky. JOY MEREDITH EDGERTON Kappa Delta Lexington, Ky. Y W C A. Sophomore Commission, .junior Round Table. Senior Cabinet. Kernel Staff, President Strollers, Sec- retary Kappa Delta L DODSON ETHRINGTON Lexington, Ky. Alpha Chi Sigma BEN AMERSON FARMER Maysville, Ky. 213 SENIORS ARTS AND SCIENCES JOSEPH A. FARRIS Paducah, Ky. EVELYN LOUISE FLOWERS Delta Delta Delta College Park, Ga. Y. W. C. A. MELVIN FORDEN Sigma Phi Epsilon Louisville, Ky. Strollers. Track. Guigiiol. Iiitramura Manager, Kernel Staff. Kentuckiai Stall JANE FREEMAN Kappa Kappa Gamma Lexington, Ky. Guignol. Glee Club. President Dutch Lunch Club. Senior Cabinet. Y. W. C. A,. President Alma Magna Mater. Pitkin Club MARVIN N. GAY Mt. Sterling, Ky. Vice-Pre.sident Delta Editor and Sport! kArk CAROL E. FLOHR Kappa Delta Canisteo, N. Y. Publicity Manager A. W. S.. GiJignol, Editor University Bulletin, Kernel Staff, Y, W C, A.. W. A. A., French Club M. C. FORBES Hopkinsville, Ky. Alpiia Ciii Sigma AUDREY FORSTER Kappa Delta Dayton, Ky. Pershing Rifles Sponsor. Spanish Club, Theta Sigma Phi. Kernel Stall, Guig- nol, Y W. C. A.. Committee of 240 MARY ROBERT FRYE Winchester. K " . Y. W. C A . Chorus EDWIN O. GILBERT West Orange, N. J. 214 ARTS AND SCIENCES HARRIETTE ONEIDA GILKEY Paris, Ky. Y. W. C. A., A. W. S., Prcnrh Chil). Spanish Club SENIORS WILLIAM EARLE GORMAN Pi Kappa Alpha Lexington, Ky. Pryor Pre-Med Society CONNY HAMMONDS Corbin, Ky. PHILIP E. RARING Hatfield, Penn. Basketball Manager ALTON HARVILL Princeton. Ky. Phi Epsllon Phi VERA WOOD GILLESPIE Mayslick, Ky. Chi Delta Pill. Theta SiKiiia Phi. Guig- iiol. Y. W. C. A., Spanish Club. French Club. Kernel. Phi Beta Kappa HARRY STEPHENSON HALE Delta Tan Delta Princeton. Ky. ELIZABETH BRUCE HARDWICK Lexington, Ky. DOROTHY C. HARRIS Lexington, Ky. V. A. A.. Y. W. C. A.. Bacteriology WALTER HATCHER. JR. Sigma Chi Pikeville. Ky. 215 SENIORS ARTS AND SCIENCES WENDELL JOSEPH HOLBERT Alpha Sigma Phi Conway, S. C. German Club. Bacteriology Society. Pryor Pre-Med Society JOHN HOYT HOLMES Delta Tau Delta Lexington, Ky. Alpha Chi Sigma. Guignol. Y M C A . Alma Magna Mater O. REID HOSKINS Harlan, Ky. and. Glee Club. Phi Mu Alpha. Mu cal Director Radio Studios MARY ELIZABETH HOYLE Chi Omega Cleveland, Tenn. HAROLD E. HUBER Kappa Sigma Louisville, Ky. Vice-President Kappa Sigma. Kr man Tennis and Ba.skctbnll. Gcr: Club JiA HELEN LEE HEGARTY Alpha Gamma Delta Lexington, Ky. Y, W C. A.. Guignol J. LACY HOPSON Sigma Alpha Epsilon Cadiz, Ky. RUTH ALBERTA HOWELL Frankfort, Ky. W, A, A . Y W. C A. PAULINE HOYLE Chi Omega Cleveland, Tenn. WILLIAM HUMPHREY Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sturgis, Ky. 216 ARTS AND SCIENCES SENIORS MARTHA JACKSON Delta Delta Delta Alexander City, Ala. CATHERINE JONES Alpha Gamma Delta Lexington, Ky. Guigliol. Rifle Team. Y. W C A.. W. A. A.. Stl-ollev EI)gible MILDRED K. JONES Hackensack, N. J. Y W C A.. W- A A.. Freshman Adv GEORGE KERLER Sigma Nu Clifton. N. J. Sports Editor Kernel. Editor Sour Mash. Publicity Manager Tennis Team. As- sistant Editor Kentuckian. Delta Sigma Chi ANNE LANG Delta Delta Delta Lexington. Ky. President Y. W, C. A.. SuKy. A. W. S . Guignol. Pitkin Club. Cwens. Mortar ALICE JACOBS Lexington, Ky. ELEANOR RUTH JONES Alpha Gamma Delta Fulton, Ky. V W C A . Secretary Alplia Gami Delta ALLEN STEWART KENYON Constance, Ky. Alpha Chi Sigma JOE H. KURRE Nicholasville, Ky. RAYMOND T. LATHREM Phi Sigma Kappa Stamping Ground, Ky. I Tanaging Editor Kernel. Treasurer In- ter-Fraternity Council, President Delta S gma Chi. Strollers, Guignol, Keys, President Lances, Pitkin Club Senior and Fresliman Cabinets Y M. C. A., Co-Editor -K-- Book. President Phi Sigma Kappa 217 SENIORS ARTS AND SC I ENCES MARTHA LAWREN CE Paducah, Ky. y W C, A.. Gleo Club. French Club. AInui Magna Matt-r SYLVIA LEVINSON Greenville, Ky. Pi Mu Ep.silon. Whito Mathomatlcs Cluta ANNE LAW LYONS Kappa Kappa Gamma Lexington, Ky. Y. W. C. A.. French Club. C vcn.s, Soph- omore Commission, Junior Round Table MILDRED McDANIEL Paris, Ky. JOHN RAE McMULLEN Lexington, Ky. PAUL WALTON LEDRIDGE Alpha Tau Omega Lexington, Ky. Strollers. Track, Kernel Staff WANDA LEE LYNCH Lexington, Ky, Glee Club, Universit.v Choristers. Y. W. C. A., W. A. A. FRENCH HOWARD McCARTNEY Alpha Tau Omega Flemingsburg, Ky, FRANK MASON McGEE Lexington, Ky. German Club. White Mathematics Club WILLIAM LLOYD MAHAN Alpha Tau Omega Lexington, Ky. Y. V. C- A. Senior Cabinet ii 218 ARTS AND SC I ENCE5 SENIORS HELEN MARKWELL Lexington, Ky. . Kentuckian Staff. Y. W. C. A., . A.. Junioi- Round Table. Senior n. Young Democratic Club. Dutch Lunch Club RUTHE EVELYN MAXEDON Lexington, Ky. sfer Club, Y. W. C. A.. Glee Club. Campus Cousin MARGARET MERCER Delta Delta Delta West Union, Iowa ARTHUR JAMES MILLER Sigma Phi Epsilon W. Collingswood, N. J. Omicron Delta Kappa. Associate Edi- tor 1937 Kentuckian. Vice-President. Treasurer. Steward, and Historian Sig- ma Phi Epsilon. Secretary Lances, Who ' s Who in American Colleges. Sen- ior Intramural Manager. Business Man- ager 1938 Kentuckian OLLIE W. MONTGOMERY Lambda Chi Alpha Campbellsville, Ky. Internal net Y. I lal Relations. Senior Cabi- C. A.. President University Democratic Club ELLA MARGARET MASSIE Delta Zeta Maysville, Ky. V W. C. A., Spanish Club. Freiich Club MARIAN ELIZABETH MEHLER Delta Zeta Louisville, Ky. Glee Club. Y. W. C, A.. Secretary Delta Zeta, Theta Sigma Phi PHIL MILES Kappa Alpha Eminence, Ky. Pershing Rifles. Sigma Gamma Epsilo ELEANOR MITTS Alpha Gamma Delta Williamstown, Ky. A. W. S,. German Club. Y. W. C. A. EVELYN PORTER MOORE Zeta Tail Alpha Louisville, Ky. SENIORS ARTS AND SCIENCES FREDERICK F. MOORE Winchester, Ky. nd. Philharmonic Oichpstra, Chor islers. Glee Club MRS RUBY H. MURPHY Lexington, Ky. Faculty Club. Campus Club. Phi Alph Theta. Woman ' .s Club JAMES CARROLL NASH Weeksburg, Ky. Pivor Pre-Med Society LEON OETTINGER. JR. Lexington, Ky. Football Manager. Swimiiiint; Teaiii German Club. Pryor Pre-Med .Society NELL RODMAN PENNINGTON Delta Delta Delta Stanford, Ky. dent Delia Delta Delta. A W S . Y W C A. MORRIS MORGAN Phi Sigma Kappa Georgetown, Ky. DOROTHY MURRELL Kappa Kappa Gamma Somerset, Ky. President Phi Beta. Mortar Board. Y. W- C. A. Senior Cabinet. Owens, A. W. S, Council. Glee Club. Philhar- nionic Orchestra. W. A. A,, Choristers. Strollers. Radio Ensemble. Sophomore Commission, Junior Round Table, Women ' s Administrative Council EDMOND BRUCE NEWELL Middlesburg, Ky. MABEL PAYTON Alpha Gamma Delta Horse Cave, Ky. ARTHUR WAYNE PLUMMER Kappa Sigma Millersburg, Ky. Captain Pershing Rifles. Cadet Colonel R. O T. C. Keys. Lances. Lamp and Cross. President Sophomore Class. Pit- kin Club. Y. M, C. A. Cabinet. Sigma Pi Sigma. Alpha Chi Sigma. President Kappa Sigma 220 ARTS AND SCIENCES SENIORS WILLIAM PRESTON Corbin, Ky. HARRIET ISABEL RALSTON Delta Delta Delta Middlesboro. Ky. Y. W. C. A-. W. A. A. VIRGINIA BAIRD RAWLINS Donerail, Ky. THELMA E. RENNER Alpha Chi Omega Winchester, Ky. Browning Dramatic Societv Y W. C. A . Dutch Lunch Club i M ■■cm ELLEN VIRGINIA RICHARDSON Hardinsburg, Ky. Y. W C A, EMILY QUIGLEY Chi Omega New Orleans. La. KARL E. RAPP Alpha Tau Omega Glasgow, Ky. C.lee Club. Alpha Chi Sigma. , Military ALLEN P. REININGER Lambda Chi Alpha Cleveland, Ohio President Lambda Chi Alpha. Head Cheer Leader. SuKv. Catholic Club, Guignol. Strollers. Inter-Fraternity Council. Ke.vs. Kernel Staff. Advanced Military MARY ELIZABETH RENTZ Alpha Gamma Delta Lexington. Ky. Vice-Pre.Mdent Baptist Student Union, S.-cretary and Treasurer Frencli Club. Cwens. Glee Club KATHERINE W. RICHARDSON Kappa Kappa Gamma Lexington, Ky. 221 SENIORS ARTS AND SCI ENCES GAYLE RODGERS Milton, Ky. Committee of 240 OPAL LEE ROBERTS Danville. Ky. JESSIE ELIZABETH ROBY Lexington. Ky. Gilignol. Y W. C. A . A W. S, Council. Pitkm Club. Beauty Queens Atten- dant. May Queen ' s Court JAMES SALES Lexington, Ky. DOROTHY ELIZABETH SANTEN Delta Zeta Paris, Ky. Secretary A. W. S,. Vice-Piesicleiil Delta Zeta. Preneli Club. Y. W C. A , JOYCE ROBERTS Alpha Delta Theta Monticello. Ky. WILLIAM H. ROBERTS Phi Sigma Kappa Lexington, Ky. C. VIRGINIA ROWLAND Charlotte, N. C. Pill Beta. Orchestra. String Q String Trio. Girls ' Band JACK C. SALEE Lexington. Ky. MARGARET SAUER Lexington, Ky. 222 ARTS AND SCIENCES WARREN SERGENT Whitesburg, Ky. SENIORS MARTHA LOUISE SHIPP Alpha Gamma Delta Lexington, Ky. Y. W. C. A.. Cwens, Strollers, Guigiiol, Dutch Lunch Club, White Mathematics Club HARLAN SHUPERT Warsaw. Ky. FRANCES CLEVELAND SMITH Alpha Gamma Delta Lexington, Ky. KEITH SHEPHERD Kappa Alpha Troy, N. Y. WELDON SHOUSE Taylorsville, Ky. WILLIAM E. SISCO Sturgis, Ky. Alpha Chi Sigma LILLIAN FRANCES SMITH Lexington, Ky. HAROLD P. SPARKS Sigma Chi Ashland, Ky. THOMAS A. SPRAGENS Lebanon, Ky. sldent Y. M. C, A., Patterson Lit- ry Society. Choristers. Glee Club. Lances 223 SENIORS ARTS AND SCIENCES MARGARET GAYLE STANLEY Reed. Ky. JOHN W. STROTHER Sigma Alpha Epsilon Henderson. Ky. ROSEMARY L. TAYLOR Kappa Kappa Gamma Cynthiana, Ky. Y, W. C A . President Cosmopolitan Club. President Spanish Club. Catholic Club. Democratic Club. Prencli Club. Committee ol 240 RALPH N. THOMAS Phi Kappa Tau Ashland, Ky. .Sigma Gamma Epsilon BENJAMIN H. TUTTLE, JR. Winchester, Kv. JAMES BENNETT STEPHENSON } Sigma Chi | Pikeville, Ky. President Sigma Chi. Lamp and Cross, Freshman Football. Varsity Football, Committee ol 240. Alma Magna Mater WINNIE B. TATE Delta Delta Delta Somerset, Ky. VIRGINIA THORP Etowah. Tenn. Phi Beta. Philharmonic Orchestra. Glee Club. W. A. A.. Girls ' Band. Y. W. C. A., Senior Forum. Radio Staff Orchestra JOHN BURKE TURNER Sigma Alpha Epsilon Lexington, Ky. Glee Club. Pershing Rifles. Scabbard mid Blade. Alma Magna Mater. Y. W. C A. DOROTHY A VAN ARSDELL Lexington. Ky. 224 ARTS AND SCIENCES CHARLES A. VANCE Phi Delta Theta Lexington. Ky. LOULIE RUTH VIVION Chi Omega Harrodsburg, Ky. Chi Delta Phi. Y, W, C A ALAN ROTH VOGELER Phi Delta Theta Lexington, Ky. Radio. Boxing ANNE WALLACE WHITE Lexington, Ky. MARY GRINTER WHITE Alpha Gamma Delta Cadiz, Ky. HLStorv Fraternity SENIORS EDGAR VENTERS Alpha Sigma Phi Pikeville. Ky. KARL VOGEL Ashland, Ky. Glee Club, Band. Radio. Phi Mu Alpha, Delta Sigma Chi. Kernel Staff. Sour Mash Staff WARDELL T. WALTER Cannel City, Ky. %r- LEWIS OLEN WHITE Middlesboro, Ky. Band. Alpha Chi Sigma FRANK T. WHITTINGHILL, JR. Phi Delta Theta Owensboro, Ky. i k 225 SENIORS ARTS AND SC I ENCES OSCAR WISNER Delta Tau Delta Danville, Ky. Band. Symphony Orchestra. Commitli of 240. Delta Sigma Chi. Phi Mu Alph; Extension Studio Orchestra, Tenni ]ULIAN A. YOUNG Phi Kappa Tau Lexington, Ky. GEORGE W. YANCEY Sigma Chi Ashland, Ky. Band MARY GRIFFIN TODD Delta Delta Delta Somerset, Ky. Y W C A.. Committee of 240 226 ARTS AND SCIENCES SENIORS JOHN ADAIR Lexington, Ky. WILLIAM M. BAKER London. Ky. A. EDWARD BARNES .... Lexington, Ky. STEWART BARNEY .... Lexington, Ky. MARION H. BAUGH .... Winchester. Ky. WANDA E. BERRY Versailles, Ky. JOHN BONDURANT .... Frankfort, Ky. MRS. MARY G. BOTTOM Lawrencehurg, Ky. WALTER C. BOTTS .... Lexington, Ky. WALLER S. BOYD Maysville, Ky. CLARA C. BUSH Winchester, Ky. NICHOLAS DENES Martin, Tenn. AMELIA DENTON Lexington, Ky. DONALD ECKLER .... Dry Ridge, Ky. DOROTHY ERL Dayton, Ky. SARAH EVANS Lexington, Ky. J S. EVERSOLE Hazard, Ky. HAROLD EWING Morgan, Ky. TULIP FEIGIN Lexington, Ky. VIRGINIA FERGUSON . . . Cloverport, Ky. JOHN B. FLOYD Richmond, Ky. RUAL FOSTER Springfield, Ky. LESLIE GROSS Frankfort, Ky. PAULINE HARGIS Lexington, Ky. PAUL E. HAYES Louisa. Ky. JOHN G. HEBER Lexington, Ky. SILLOUS HEMBREE Corbin, Ky. MARY HENDERSON .... Frankfort, Ky. THOMAS R. HENNESSEY . . . Clarkson, Ky. MARJORIE JENKINS .... Lexington, Ky. ELIZABETH JEWELL .... Lexington, Ky. WILLIAM B. JOBE .... Youngstown, Ohio NANCY JOHNSTON Nicholasville, Ky. ROBERT KIRKMAN .... La Centre, Ky. DAVID KNOX Georgetown, Ky. CLAY LANCASTER Lexington, Ky. ROBERT YOUNG PERCY LEWIS Ashland, Ky. URITH LUCAS Frankfort, Ky. HENRY S. McGUIRE .... Lexington, Ky. C. AUSTIN MANN .... Williamstown, Ky. THOMAS MARSHALL .... Paducah, Ky. BERNARD MIMS Boldman, Ky. JACK MOHNEY Lexington, Ky. JAMES MOUNTJOY Danville, Ky. ALFRED NELSON Louisville, Ky, VIRGIL H. REDWINE . . . Sandy Hook, Ky. DOSSETT REID Burkesville,Ky. BILL C. ROBINSON Lexington, Ky. GEORGENE D. RUMRILL . . Harrodsburg, Ky. DOROTHY N. RUSSELL . . . Menard, Tex. JERRY C. SCHULTZ . . . . Mt. Olivet, Ky. EDWARD P. SMITH .... La Grange, Ky. MARTHA J. STAPLES .... Lexington, Ky. TRIGG STEWART Louisville, Ky. PHIL SUTTERFIELD .... Lexington, Ky. STANLEY SUTTON Lexington, Ky. WALLACE SWINK Lexington, Ky. FRANK TRIMBLE Lexington, Ky. JOSEPHINE TUNIS . ... Lexington, Ky. J. WIRT TURNER New Castle, Ky. ROBERT VAN BEVER .... Pineville, Ky. HENRY F. WALLACE .... Prospect, Ky. HILTON C. WALLACE .... Louisville, Ky. JANE WARREN Lexington, Ky. WILLARD WHALEN Paris, Ky. MILDRED WHEELER .... Lexington, Ky. DODGE WHIPPLE Lexington, Ky. WILLIAM E. WHITE . . . Monaville, W. Va. SARA WILSON Mayfield, Ky. MARY M. WOLFE Lexington, Ky. ROBERT YATES Augusta, Ky. TOM D. YOCUM Versailles, Ky. . Winchester, Ky. 227 EAIiLY KAILROAD MEMOHIAL ' V , ,,., . -, . Qcf-inmenjce. SENIORS COMMERCE CAROLINE DARLING ADAMS Kappa Delta Lexington, Ky. Strollers. Guignol. Y. W. C A,, Sopho- more Conunission, Kernel Staff SUSAN ANDERSON Delta Delta Delta Mount Sterling, Ky. Rifle Team. A. W. S. Council, Y. W. C. A.. Treasurer Delta Delta Delta FRED RODGERS BAKER Sigma Alpha Epsilon Lexington. Ky. CARLOS BAXTER Henderson. Ky. Y. M. C. A. THELMA BECKLEY Lexington. Ky. Y. W. C. A. - ' I it ii ' dA MARTHA J. AMMERMAN Chi Omega Lexington, Ky. SuKy. Strollers. Y. W, C. A. MARY FRANCES BACH Jackson, Ky. MARY HELEN BARRETT Alpha Gamma Delta Frankfort, Ky. Y. W. C A.. W. A. A. EDWIN K. BECK Delta Tau Delta Louisville, Ky. President Delta Tau Delta TABER BREWER Phi Delta Theta Frankfort, Ky. :evs. Lances. Inter-Fraternit.v Council, unior Prom Committee, Sophomore Committee for Selection of Officers 230 COMMERCE SENIORS FRED BRINGARDNER Sigma Chi Lexington, Ky. WILLIAM HAROLD BUSH Sigma Chi Lexington, Ky. CLYDE O. CARROLL Vicco, Ky. RICHARD ERNST COOPER Somerset. Ky. BERNARD CRUTCHER Frankfort. Ky. Band, Y. M. C. A. ULYSSES G. BRISCOE Stanton, Ky. LEONARD CARR Ashland, Ky. Student Council EUGENE CAUDILL Decatur, Ala. y. M. c. A. CLIFTON WADE CROPPER, II Lexington, Ky. Y M. C. A. Senior Cabinet, Germa Club. Spanish Club CHARLES LOWELL DAVIS Birdsville, Ky. 231 SENIORS COMMERCE BEN PERRY DEHAVEN Kappa Alpha Lexington, Ky. RUDOLPH DE ROODE Kappa Alpha Lexington, Ky, Glee Club, Pitkin Club, Tri a.suier Kap- pa Alpha, Scabbard and Blade, Y- M C. A. Senior Cabinet ELMER WALLER DOWNARD Louisville. Ky. Per.slung Rifles LAWRENCE W. EDMONSON Owensboro, Ky. Y, M. C- A . President M E- College Students of Kentucky, Intramural Sports FRANK W, ELLIS Phi Kappa Tan California. Ky. Microphone Players. Guignol. Y M C. A.. Pitkin Club. Spanish Club. Com- mittee of 240 p,. JlI ' i k V Wj -t m CURTIS ESTIL DENNY Somerset. Ky. MARY KADELL DORN Greenwood, S. C. Chi Delta Phi. Dulch Lunch Club DIXIE DUMMIT Arkansas Citv. Kan. FRANK M. ELLIS. JR. Phi Delta Theta Somerset. Ky. ROBERT ELLISON Delta Tau Delta Lexington. Ky. Senior Football ManaRcr 232 COMMERCE PHILIP ENGLEBARDT Schenectady. N. Y. Varsity Tennis. Inlramuials SENIORS WILLIAM HALE EVANS Phi Kappa Tau Frankfort, Ky. Kernel Staff, Kentuckian Staff, Delta Sigma Chi, Y. M. C. A. MILTON FLUHART Buffalo. N. Y. JAMES MARTIN GIBSON Alpha Sigma Phi Corbin, Ky, President Alpha Sigma Phi 38, Treas- urer Alpha Sigma Phi ' 37, Vice-Presi- dent and Business Manager Men ' s Glee Club, Philharmonic Orchestra, Phi Mu Alpha. Kernel Stall, Radio Staff Or- chestra, Inter-Fraternity Council, Com- mittee of 240 JEAN SCOTT GLOSTER Alpha Xi Delta Middlesboro, Ky. Y. W, C, A., Glee Club. White Mathe- matics Club, Pan-Hellenic Representa- tive, Women ' s Chorus rn M . Jl WORTHINGTON ENSMINGER Phi Delta Theta Harrodsburg, Ky. I-ainp and Cross KATHERINE FINNERAN Versailles, Ky. THOMAS MARK FRISHE Covington, Ky. SIDNEY LEE GALL Lexington, Ky. W. RODMAN GRAHAM Lexington. Ky. 233 SENIORS COMMERCE CHRIS T. GRINSTEAD Kappa Alpha Glasgow. Ky. ALLEN SWAIN HIEATT Phi Delta Theta Eminence, Ky. HAROLD C. JOHNSON Morningview. Ky- Y. M C, A, W »Si ' -1 " h BETTY JACKSON Chi Omega Lexington, Ky. Kernel Staff. Kentuckian Staff. Y. W. C. A . W. A, A,. Junior Prom Commit- tee. Junior Prom Court WILLIS O. JONES, JR. Sigma Chi Greensboro, N. C. Guignol, Kernel Staff. Kentuckian Staff. Trea.surer Sigma Chi. Men ' s Glee Club JOSEPH ALDERSON HICKS Delta Chi Lexington, Ky. Key.s, Scabbard and Blade FRANK HILL. JR. Sharpsburg, Ky. Beta Gamma Sigma. Scabbard and Blade. Glee Club. Auditor Commerce Employment A.ssociation FOREST JAMES Bethlehem, Ky. R, O. T, C, and Varsity Rifle Teams HEBER EDWIN JOHNSON Regina, Ky. COLEMAN PRESTON JUDY Lexington, Ky. 234 COMMERCE GEORGE C. KELLOND Louisville, Ky. KADELL J. KREMER Lexington, Ky. DAVID W. LANDER Sigma Alpha Epsilon LaFayette, Ky. JOHN LOSER Paducah, Ky. SAM M. McDonald Phi Kappa Tau Lexington, Ky. Pershing Rifles. Scabbard and Blade -M SENIORS JAMES K. KELLOND Phi Kappa Tau Louisville, Ky. SuKy. Junior Prom Committee WILLIAM EDWIN LAMB Princeton, Ky. RAE LEWIS Lexington, Ky. Vice-Pre.sident A. W. S.. Y. W. C. A. Senior Cabinet. Treasurer Mortar Board. Dutch Lunch Club, Pitkin Club. Senior Porum. Junior Round Table, SoiJhomore Coinmission. Beta Gamma Sigma. W. A. A. EVELYN McALISTER Alpha Gamma Delta Clifton, N. J. y W C. A.. Sophomore Commission. Pan-Hellenic. R. O. T. C. Sponsor. Junior Prom Court. Beta Gamma Sigma CHARLES B. MADDOX Sigma Nu Mayfield, Ky. sident Sigma Nu. Scabbard and Blade. Lamp and Cross 235 SENIORS BERIAH MAGOFFIN, JR. Alpha Sigma Pbi Lexington, Ky. Sirlctary Alpha Siema Phi CHARLES DAVID MORAT, JR Louisville. Ky. Head Cheer Leader, SwimmlnB Team. Intramural Boxing Champ. Freshman Track Team, SuKy L. FELIX MURRAY Horse Cave, Ky. Manager SwnnminK Team, Committ of 240 TOM PARRY Pi Kappa Alpha Georgetown. Ky. Porslung Rifles REBECCA PATTON Morehead, Ky. ▲ A ' 4 COMMERCE EVA LEE MOODY Burnside. Ky. W A A , Y, W. C. A. FRANCES HUSTON MURPHY Alpha Gamma Delta Bloomfield, Ky. GEORGE L. NEUBAUER Owensboro, Ky. Scabbard and Blade. Int Y. M. C A, DEENE L. PATTERSON Lexington. Ky. EDGAR D. PENN Pi Kappa Alpha Georgetown. Ky. Kenluckian StalT, Kernel Staff, Adver- I using Manager Kernel. Assistant Busi- ness Manager Kentuckiaii. Business Manager Kernel. Alpha Delta Sigma, Alma Magna Mater, Committee of 240, Vice-President Junior Class, Strollers jf 236 C M M E R C E SENIORS ALVIN C. POLK Louisville, Ky. :LEAN0R FRANCES RANDOLPH Kappa Delia Lexington, Ky. Society Editor Kernel. Pan-Helleiii. Treasurer. President Strollers. Seer. tary C«ens. President Kappa Delta, Guignol. Y. W. C. A. Junior Round Table WALTER G. REHM. JR. Sigma Chi Lexington, Ky. MILTON ROSENBLUM Frankfort, Ky. JAMES S SALTER Pi Kappa Alpha Savannah, Ga. Treasurer SuKy. Business Staff Ken- tuckian. Editor Fraternity Section Ken- tuckian. Strollers. Lances. Lamp and iM; BELMONT RAMSEY Phi Kappa Tau Dawson Springs, Ky. Bo.MUK Team Manager. Beta Gan Sigma KENNETH C. RAYNOR Delta Chi Freeport, N . Y. President Inter-Praternity Council. President Delta Chi, Men ' s Student Council. Lances, Freshman Track. Var- sity Track Squad. Radio Announcer CURTIS REYNOLDS Lexington, Ky. JULIA ROWADY Winchester, Ky. Y W C. A- ALBERT W. SCHRECK Lexington, Ky. 237 SENIORS WALTON A. SEXTON Lexington, Ky. R. CARRICK SHROPSHIRE Delta Tau Delta Lexington, Ky. JAMES SMEE Delta Chi Lexington, Ky. Strollers RUBY EVELYN SPENCE Providence, Ky. Girls ' Band. Y. W. C A, df - - EDGAR PRESTON STEPHENS Lambda Chi Alpha Prestonsburg, Ky. Guignol. Strollers. Inter-Fraternity Council. Keys. Lances. Kernel Staff. Manager of Rifle Team : £iAkSk COMMERCE RONDAL J. SHARP Corbin, Ky- Pitkm Club. Y. M. C. A. Swimming WENDELL SKAGGS Delta Tau Delta Ashland. Ky. ALFRED E. SMITH Lawrenceburg, Ky. WARREN STECKMEST Sigma Phi Epsilon Valley Stream, N. Y. Varsity Cross Country, Varsity Track, Intramural Handball. Beta Gamma Sigma ROBERT C. STILZ Pi Kappa Alpha Lexington, Ky. Vice-President Pi Kappa Alpha, Keys, Lamp and Cross. Freshman Manager Basketball, President Senior 238 COMMERCE SENIORS ROBERT TODD SWEENEY Kappa Alpha Owensboro, Ky. CONRAD CLOUGH VENABLE Murray. Ky. SAMUEL B. WALTON. Alpha Tau Omega Lexington, Ky. Student Council JR. MARGARET JANE WELCH Lexington, Ky. President W. A. A.. Y. W. C. A.. Sopho- more Commission. Junior Round Table. Senior Forum. Senior Cabinet. Presi- dent Kentucky Federation of Women ' s Athletic Associations. Alma Magna Mater, Secretary Campus D. A. R.. Women ' s Administrative Council HELEN BROWN WHITE Kappa Delta Lexington, Ky. Strollers, Guignol TOM R. TAYLOR Pi Kappa Alpha Morganfield, Ky. Inter-Praternity Council, Kentuckian Stall. Treasurer Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres- ident Pi Kappa Alpha J. RICE WALKER, JR. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Lexington, Ky. President Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Cap- tain Basketball. Scabbard and Blade, Who ' s Who in American Colleges FRANK K. WARNOCK Sigma Nu Greenup, Ky. JOHN HENRY WEST Pi Kappa Alpha Erlanger, Ky. ROY LEE WIGGINTON Bloomfield, Ky. Y. M. C. A.. Intramurals 239 SENIORS COMMERCE CLARENCE BLAIR WOLFE McRoberts, Ky. Scabbard and Bladi- GORDON A. YANCEY Sigma Alpha Eosilon Owensboro. Ky- DOROTHY WOLFE Alpha Gamma Delta Hopkinsville, Ky. EUGENE PETER RODENBORN Pi Kappa Alpha Fort Dodge, Iowa JULIAN B. ADAMS Covington. Ky. HUGH I. BRENT Paris. Ky TOM H. GLOWER Biloxi, Miss. CLAYTON CONGLETON . Lexington. Ky. J. B. DOUGLAS, JR Harlan, Ky. CHARLES DUERSON .... Lexington, Ky. GAYLE THOMAS FIELDS . . . Hinton. Ky. JOSEPH FINNERAN ... Versailles, Ky. WILLIAM L. FRANZ . . . Fort Thomas, Ky. THOMAS MARK FRISCHE . . Covington, Ky. Vi ESTERN D. FURR .... Frankfort. Kv CHARLES CATRON GUY . . . Lexington, Ky FRED HEINEMAN Ludlow, Ky SHERMAN HINKEBEIN . . . Louisville, Ky HOWARD A. ISAACS .... Lexington, Ky WILLIE B. McGARY Arlington. Ky MARY ELLEN SAUNDERS Millersburg, Ky WILLIAM CLAY SHEA Lexington, Ky. CHARLES SMITH Lexington, Ky. WILGUS TURNER Jackson, Ky. FRANK E. WEHLE Lexington, Ky. A. L. WILHOITE ' Youngstown. Ohio 240 SENIORS HENRY L. ADAMS Owenton, Ky. President Phi Alpha Thcta. Y, M. C. A Senior Cabinet, Ahna Magna Matei " LIDA LEE ATKINS Chi Omega Pineville, Ky. JUNE LEE BOLLINGER Lexington, Ky. Y W C A. Dutch Lunch Club, Pli Alplia Theta, A W. S SARA CHRISTINE BRITTON Cornishville, Ky. Y. W, C. A. EDITH MAE CASSADY Coal Run, Ky, EDUCATION RUBYE BOYD ALEXANDER Fulton, Ky, ELIZABETH BURROW BLACK Delta Delta Delta Corning, Ark, Marshal Delta Delta Delta, Y, W. C. A., Stroller.s JULIAN WENDELL BOXLEY Hopkinsville, Ky, RALPH BUTTON Schenectady, N. Y, CHARLES CLARKE Alphoretta, Ky, 242 EDUCATION SENIORS THELMA DORIS COLLIER Jackson, Ky. MARY JULIA CORD Maysville, Ky. RUTH ECTON Lexington, Ky. President Mortar Board, dect Phi Beta. Vice-President Pitkin Club, Kappa Delta Pi. Girls ' Glee Club, Gulgnol Play " Under the Gas Light. " Vice-President Cwens. Secretary and Treasurer Sophomore Class, Clioristers. Senior Cabinet Y. W. C. A.. Court ot Honor May Day ROBERT PEYTON EVANS Sigma Alpha Epsilon Lexington. Ky. Lamp and Cross. Senior Cabinet Y. M. C. A. MARY Z. GODBEY Louisville, Ky. Y. W. C. A.. A, W. S. Council CHARLIE SHEPHERD COMBS Happy, Ky. Basketball. Track. Y. M. C. A. 1 MARY LOUISE DEAN Winchester, Ky. JOE WOODFORD ELAM Lexington, Ky. MARY LEWIS FOLEY Lexington, Ky. Y. W- C. A., Guignol, Senior For Junior Round Table HELEN KATHLEEN GRIFFITH Ashland, Ky. Y. W. C. A.. Beta Zeta 243 SENIORS BILLIE HIESTAND Campbellsville, Ky. MINNIE FRANCES HUMPHREY Lancaster, Ky- y. w c A LESLIE JONES Kappa Delta Irvine, Ky. Y W C. A PETER KURACHEK, JR Delta Chi New York. N. Y. Football ALMEDA LENA LEAKE Stanford, Ky. EDUCATION FRANCES HOUSE Lexington. Ky. Y W C A . W A A . Phi EpMloii Phi WILFRED GERALD JAGGERS Frankfort. Ky. .student Council MARY MARGARET KING Mount Sterling. Ky. Phi Alpha Thpta WILLIAM A. LAMKIN, .)R. Ekron, Ky. Pro. ' -idcit B S U . Debating Team, TicaMirer Patter on L.ieraiy Society MARY EVELYN LEASURE Madisonville, Ky. Y W C A . Kappa Delta Pi. Oiuenol 244 EDUCATION SENIORS JOSEPH HAGAN Delta Chi Louisville, Ky. Football Cnptnin. Varsity Baskelb:ill MARY EVELYN MARKSBURY Lexington, Ky. W, A, A-, Y W. C. A. lONA MONTGOMERY Bourne, Ky. Y- W- C- A,. Sophomore Commi.ssion. Junior Round Table. Senior Cabinet. French Club. W. A. A.. 4-H Club. Inter- national Relation.s Club. Dutch Lunch Club. Member.ship Chairman A, W. S . Pitkm Club EUGENE MOORE Frankfort. Ky. Y. M. C. A. TRUMAN EVERSOLE MOORE Booneville, Ky. O.-rt) J tm NICHOLAS HENRY LUTZ Chicago. 111. I- ' rrshman and Varsity Football. Fresh- man and Varsity Basketball. Fresh- man and Varsity Track, Catholic Club, Chicago Club, Varsity Boxing ROBERT LEE MILLS Phi Kappa Tau Erlanger, Ky. dent Phi Kappa Tau. President ) and Cross. Treasurer Phi Kappa Secretary and Treasurer Junior .. Manager Cross Country Track, ances. Manager Boxing Team ELIZABETH MOORE Alpha Gamma Delta Somerset. Ky. Y. W. C. A. JOY MOORE Delta Delta Delta Hopkinsville, Ky. strollers. Y. W. C, A. HOWARD M. ORME Mount Olivet, Ky. mmittee of 240. Pershing Rifles 245 SENIORS EDUCATION JESSIE LEON PENIX Olympia. Ky. y, W C- A , Commillee of 240 J. EDWARD KECANO Delta Chi New Britain, Conn. Vice-President Delta Chi, Freslima Basketball ELOISE REDWINE Morehead, Ky FRANCES ELOISE SADLER Louisville, Ky. Cwens, Mortar Board. President A. W S.. Treasurer Phi Epsilon Phi. KapiKi Delta Pi. Y. W. C. A, Senior Cabin. I MARY LOUISE STARK Chi Omega Lexington, Ky. Costume Head and Secretary Strollers. Cwens. Kentuckian Staff, Guignol. Y W. C. A., Junior Round Table, Soplio- more Commission, R. O. T. C. Spon.snr rc ' ' ' fel k TREVA POLLY Lexington, Ky. MARGARET LAYSON REDMON Delta Delta Delta Millersburg, Ky. Treasurer Y. W. C. A., A. W. S. MARY EVELYN RUDICEL Indianapolis, Ind. Philharmonic Orchestra. Concert Band, Y. w. C. A , Radio Staff Musician WALTON SMITH Burlington, Ky. BILLIE KEEL TACKETT Lexington. Ky. 246 EDUCATION SENIORS MILDRED LOIS WALKER Lexington, Ky. ETHEL ZENDLE Sea Cliff, N. Y. French Club, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A. ANNE K. AMMERMAN Cynthiana, Ky. RUTH BARTLETT Lexington, Ky JOSEPH BOSSE Cincinnati, Ohio DOROTHY BROADBENT .... Cadiz, Ky. FLORENCE CASSIN .... Louisville, Ky. RAY LEE CHANEY Somerset, Ky. THOMAS B. CULTON Corbin, Ky. MRS. E. H. DARNABY . . . Clintonville, Ky. GUTHRIE DAVIS . . Sandy Hook, Ky. JAMES ROBERT DAVIS . , , . Dayton, Ky. HELEN DEUTSCH Louisville, Ky. REBECCA S. DEUTSCH . . . Louisville, Ky. JAMES DIETZ Wilmore, Ky. ANNA LOU EASLEY . . Nicholasville, Ky. POLLENA C. EDWARDS . . Lexington, Ky. NANNIE BELLE ETHERINGTON . Versailles, Ky. HAZEL ANN EVERSON . Louisville, Ky. MARGARET GRIFFITH FARMER Paris. Ky. FRANCES LOUISE FUNK Lexington, Ky. CLARENCE JACOB GEIGER Freeport, N. Y. MARY B. GORMLEY .... Lexington, Ky. LAUREL GRAHAM Dayton, Ky. JOSEPHINE GRIDELLI . . North Fork, W. Va NELLE DAVIDSON HAYS . . Martin. Ky. CECIL ALLISON HELLARD . . Lexington, Ky. EVERETT HILTON Lexington, Ky. MARGARET HOUSTON JOSEPH HUDDLESTON SALLIE LOUISE JONES Falmouth. Ky. Lexington, Ky. . Harlan, Ky. EDNA MAE KIRK Lexington, Ky. FRANCES WEATHERS LITTLE . Clintonville, Ky. FRED MAYNARD Greenup, Ky. NANCY E. MILLER . . ELEANOR C. MORRISON MATTIE S. OTT KATHERINE PERKINS FRED B. REDWINE . . . ANNABEL ROBERTS . . J. VINCENT ROBINSON . NANCY LEE RUPARD LEWIS ELMORE SIMPSON MARY HESTER STROUSE CAROLYN STRUBLE . . LILLIAN MARIE THOMAS WILDON P. THOMAS MRS. THOMAS THORN . MRS. RUTH B. TWYMAN JAMES E. WADLINGTON . EDYTHE R. WAITS , . MARY E. WEATHERS . . ALMA RAY WELLS . . . Campbellsville, Ky, Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Sandy Hook, Ky. Nicholasville, Ky. Richmond, Ky. Winchester, Ky. Bessemer, Ala. Cynthiana, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Paintsville, Ky. . Millersburg, Ky. Winchester. Ky. Kuttawa. Ky. Cynthiana, Ky. Clintonville, Ky. Nicholasville, Ky. MRS. ALLABELL HOLTZCLAW WILLIAMS 247 PRESIDENT McVEY n (f44 e i4nxf. SENIORS KENNETH A. BARKER. JR. Kappa Sigma Louisville, Ky. Vicp-President American Society Civil Engineers DAVID RENDER BERRY Owensboro, Ky. President Norwood Mining and Metal- lurgical Societ.v. President Sigma Gam- ma Epsilon CHARLES J. CARNEY Triangle Maroa, 111. JOHN DIXON Lexington, Ky. ROBERT E. FISH Delta Tau Delta Lexington, Ky, Tau Beta Pi, Secretary Delta Tau Delta, Secretary American Society Civil En- gineers, Pitkin Club, y. M. C. A. .C J! ■ ENGINEERING BERKLEY H. BENNESON, JR. Triangle Kansas City, Mo. Drum Major. Orchestra, Omicron Delta Kappa, Keys, Lances, Student Council CLARENCE C. BROWN Owensboro, Ky. American Society Civil Engineers MERLE CARTER Forks of Elkhorn, Ky. Tau Beta Pi. Sigma Pi Sigma. Ameri- can Society Mechanical Engineers WILLIAM K. DYER Delta Tau Delta Buffalo, N. Y. Alma Magna Mater. Swimming Team, Track Squad. Advanced R. O. T. C, Dicker Engineering Society, American Society Mechanical Engineers WILLIAM PAUL FORBES Triangle Lexington, Ky. lairman American Institute Electri- cal Engineers 250 ENGINEERING SENIORS NORVELL I. GEBHART Triangle Kansas City, Kan. Y. M. C. A.. American Society Mechani cal Engineers. Tau Beta Pi THOMAS SANDERS GORE, JR. Clinton, Ky. American Institute Electrical Engineers JACK W. HOOVER Sigma Alpha Epsilon Paducah, Ky. LEBUS COOPER JOHNSON Owenton, Ky. feDMUND POWELL KARR Lexington. Ky. ROBERT EMIL GILMOR Jenkins, Ky. Vice-President Sopliomoi ' e Class ' 38, President Tau Beta Pi. Secretary Amer- ican Society Mechanical Engineers JAMES F. GREGORY Springfield, Ky. Tau Beta Pi. American Institute Elec- RICHARD L. HOTALING Alpha Sigma Phi Schenectady, N. Y. Y. M C A,. Transfer Club. Delta Plii Alpha. Corresponding Secretary Alpha Sigma Phi WILLIAM C. JOHNSON Marion, Ky. LEWIS GILBERT KRESS Ludlow. Ky. 251 SENIORS ENGINEERING JOHN THOMAS LAWRENCE Clinton, Ky. American Institute Elertnral Eneinoofs CARROLL P. LEWIS Georgetown, Ky. JOHN A. McINTOSH Hazard, Ky. Var.sity Basketball LELAND V. MASCHMEYER Paducah, Ky. ELIZABETH MICHLER Lexington, Ky- -rican Society Mechanical EilKUi CLIFTON W. LESLIE Tompkinsville, Ky. RICHARD H. LEWIS Phi Kappa Tau Frankfort, Ky. Pitkin Club. Band Y. MCA, Ameri- can Society Electrical Engineers. In- Iramural Golf. Wrestling, Horseshoes DWIGHT McMAKIN Kappa Alpha Shelbyville, Ky. ck. American Institute Electrical Engineers BERNARD L. MERRISS Co ' ington, Ky. MILFORD NILES Delta Chi Freeport, N. Y. m Society Mechanical Engineers 252 ENGINEERING SENIORS JULIUS ELLIOTT NITZSCHKE Danville, Ky. WALTER R. POWELL Jamestown, Ky. ,meiican Society Civil Engineer LOGAN L. RATLIFF Winchester, Ky. HAROLD L. RILEY Independence, Ky. American Institute Mining and Metal- lurgical Engineering, Sigma Gamma Epsilon J. T. ROBERTS • Triangle Somerset, Ky. Tau Beta Pi. Lamp and Cross, Sigma Pi Sigma, American Society Civil Engi- TOM PATTERSON Triangle Bardwell, Ky. ROLAND W. PRIDE Clay, Ky. Tau Beta Pi. American Society Civil Engineers, Student Council LESTER H. REYNOLDS Alpha Sigma Phi Tyner, Ky. American Society Civil Englneer CHESTER LEE ROBBINS Triangle Corbin, Ky. H. COLEMAN SATTERFIELD Alpha Sigma Phi Henderson, Ky. 253 SENIORS ENGINEERING CHARLES W. SAUNDERS, JR. Alpha Sigma Phi Hopkinsville, Ky. President Alpha Sigma Phi, Inter-Fra- ternity Council, American Society Civil Engineers, Lances JACK SHANKLIN Kappa Alpha Clearwater, Fla. President Kappa Alpha. Treasurer American Society Mechanical Engi- neers, Treasurer Lamp and Cross, In- ter-Fraternity Council, Tau Beta Pi. Patterson Literary Society. Scabbard and Blade, Omicron Delta Kappa MIKE SNIDER Triangle Bloomfield, Ky, Sigma Pi Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, American Society Mechanical Engineers KENNETH SYLVESTER Phi Kappa Tau Lexington, Ky, American Society Meclianical Engineer RANKIN TERRY Marion, Ky, Tau Beta Pi, Vice-President Sen RICHARD E. SEARS Paducah, Ky, Band. American In Engineers, Tau Beta itute Electrical Pi. Intramurals RALPH WILLIAMS SMITH Jenkins, Ky. Secretary and Treasurer American So- ciety Electrical Engineers CHARLES ADRIAN STAGGS Vanceburg, Ky, JAMES TERRY TAYLOR Phi Delta Theta Cynthiana, Ky, lerican Society Mechanical Engi- neers, Cosmopolitan Club ELMER RHOTON TULLY Lexington, Ky. 254 ENGINEERING GEORGE REYNOLDS WATKINS Sigma Nu London. Ky. Patterson Literary Society. Lances, Keys. Lamp and Cross. Pan Politikon, President Inter-Fraternity Council, Student Council SENIORS ERNEST CONRAD WEDDING Kappa Alpha Cloverport, Ky. ARNOLD M. WIKOFF West Union, Ohio OLIVER BRITT ALDERMAN . . Tampa, Fla. ROBERT ANDERSON .... Mayfield, Ky. WILGUS S. BROFFITT . . . Lexington, Ky. MILTON B. HOLLADAY . . . Lexington, Ky. WILLIAM HOLSTER Clifton, N. J WILLIAM KNIGHT MOSELEY Pineville, Ky. JOHN JOSEPH SHEEHAN Greendale, Ky. CLAUDE B. TERRELL Lexington, Ky. 255 f • " " ' ENTRANCE ; o liolANIL ' AL GAliDENS 044 - SENIORS VERNON R. BENTLEY Praise. Ky. Phi Alpha DfU:l LAW HENRY G. BOLDWICK Lebanon, Ky. Pill Delta Phi VITO HERBERT CATENARO Uniontown, Penn. Phi Alpha Delta LEROY COMBS Phi Sigma Kappa Prestonsburg. Ky. Phi Delta Phi FRANK MARION DAILEY, JR. Pi Kappa Alpha Frankfort, Ky. President Pi Kappa Alpha. President Inter-Fraternity Council. Student Coun- cil. Phi Delta Phi. Scabbard and Bladi ' . Lamp and Cross. Tennis Team, Band Law School Council S ' ' i J t — Jri STEVEN THOMAS BLADEK Clifton, N. J. Patterson Literary Society. University Microphone Players. Editorial Board of Kentucky Law Journal JAMES S. CARROLL Delta Chi Lexington, Ky. Inter-Fra ternity Council W. CLAUDE CAUDILL Prestonsburg, Ky. E.xchequer Phi Delta Phi. Phi Sigm Alplia. University Democvatic Club WILLIAM H. CONLEY Phi Signta Kappa Carlisle, Ky. President Phi Sigma Kappa. President Lances. Treasurer SuKy. Strollers. Kentuckian Stall. Kernel Staff. Intra- mural Manager. Treasurer Inter-Fra- ternity Council. Omicron Delta Kappa. Lamp and Cross. Guignol. Catholic Club. President Glee Club PATRICK M. DOOLEY Middlesboro, Ky. Ill Sigma Alpha. Phi Delta Phi 258 LAW SENIORS JAMES NATHAN ELLIOTT. JR. Lexington, Ky. Phi Alpha Delta JOSEPH S. FREELAND Paducah, Ky. Phi Alpha Delia. Kentuck.v Law Journal DELMER DEAN HOWARD Hazard. Ky. VINCENT FORD KELLEY Geneva, Ind. Y. M. C. A. LEE BRYAN LANTER Dry Ridge, Ky. Phi Alpha Delta HARRY WILLIAM FRANKS Lexington. Ky. Phi Delta Phi M. S. HOLLINGSWORTH Pi Kappa Alpha Middlesboro. Ky. Phi Delta Phi JAMES E. HUNT Sigma Alpha Epsilon Henderson, Ky. S. W. KIRKPATRICK Louisville, Ky. Phi Delta Phi JOHN A. LUCIAN Phi Kappa Tau Lexington, Ky. Historian Phi Delta Phi. Alpha Del- ta Sigma. Treasurer Inter-Fraternity Council. Manager Tennis Team. Box- ing Team. Freshman Football. Strollers. Sports Editor Kernel. Sports Editor Kentuckian. K. I. P. A. Award 1935. Advanced R. O. T. C. 259 SENIORS ■ Cn m LAW B. T. MOYNAHAN. JR Nicholasville, Ky. Law Journal Stall. Phi Alpha Delta. Alma Magna Mater OLNEY B. OWEN Glomawr, Ky. Magister Phi Delta Phi. Phi Sigma Alpha i k Stk - EUSTACE GARLAND RAY " ». DOROTHY SALMON Paducah. Ky. Huntington, W. Va. Phi Alpha Delta iS? Beta Gamma Sigma. Kentucky Law Journal. Note Editor 1937-38 JAMES M. TERRY Williamsburg. Ky. P fr) ROBERT HENRY WALL Paducah, Ky. Pill Delta Phi t - -— Phi Alpha Delta ROGER CLAY WOMACK Millersburg. Ky. Phi Alpha Delta. Phi Alpha Tlieta 9f N» ROBERT P. WOODS Sigma Alpha Epsllon Ashland. Ky. Phi Delta Plu BURNETT DADISMAN Lexington. Ky. CHARLES M. GADD Bowling Green, Ky. JOHN H. GOAD ... . . Clendenin, N. Y ROBERT D. HAUN . . LOUIS LEVITT .... Philadelphia. Penn. THOMAS JUETT MARSHALL. JR. . Paducah. Ky SAM MILNER Paris, Ky TROY D. SAVAGE Lexington, Ky J. K. WELLS Paintsville. Ky BEN B. WRIGHT Cadiz. Ky 260 Junior Class Officers M. 2 ROBERT J. STROHM HERBERT HILLENMEYER President Vice-President Chicago, 111. Lexington, Ky. JACK STONE Secretary ' Treasurer Lexington, Ky. 261 JUNIORS MA RGARET ABEL Asbury Park, N. J. WILLIAM ADAMS Sigma Chi Louisville. Ky. MOLLY AGREE Alpha Gamma Delta Paducah, Ky. VASHTI ALBERT Harlan. Ky. BETSY A. ALLEN Chi Omega Paris, Ky. - ■ " w BOB ALLEN Phi Sigma Kappa Covington, Ky. I E. MURRAY ALLEN. JR. Kappa Alpha Lexington, Ky. ' ■ : JAMES D. ALLEN Delta Chi Lexington, Ky. ELLEN ELAINE ALLISON Alpha Xi Delta Millersburg, Ky. DELYNN EDWARD ANDERSON Stearns. Ky. AMBROSE C. ARTHUR Delta Chi Flat Lick, Ky. MtkA VIRGINIA DANA ALSOP Kappa Kappa Gamma Lexington. Ky. CECILIA ARMSTRONG Frankfort, Ky. JANE DAY AUXIER Winchester, Ky. 262 DOROTHY BABBITT Kappa Kappa Gamma Louisville, Ky. ALICE WOOD BAILEY Alpha Xi Delta Lexington, Ky. EILEENE BAKER Delta Delta Delta Burkesville, Ky. , JUNIORS ROY W. BACHMEYER Sigma Chi Ft. Thomas, Ky. MARY BINA BAIRD Hodgenville, Ky. JACK E. BAKER Sigma Alpha Epsilon Paducah, Ky. JOHN BAKER Hazard. Ky. BETTY LOU BAKHAUS Delta Delta Delta Lexington, Ky. PAUL T. BARNETT Bagdad. Ky. VIRGINIA BATTERTON Kappa Delta Lexington, Ky. J. M. BARRON Delta Tau Delta Owensboro. Ky. CURTIS W. BAUMGARDNER Triangle Middlesboro. Ky. ELLIOTT BEARD Kappa Alpha Shelbyville, Ky. H. L. BETHEL. JR. Alpha Sigma Phi Henderson, Ky. 263 JUNIORS WENDELL BINKLEY Alpha Gamma Rho Fulton, Ky. WILHELMINA BISHOP Alpha Gamma Delta Louisville, Kv- MARY KATHERINE BOLAND Delta Delta Delta Williamstown, W. Va. FRANCES BOWER Parksville, Ky. W. T. BRADLEY Sigma Phi Epsilon Van Lear. Ky. RAY BROWNFIELD Buffalo, Ky. BOB BRUMAL Kappa Alpha Clinton, Ky. ' ■IM m dm W. WYMAN BISHOP Pi Kappa Alpha Paducah, Ky. ALICE BLANTON Chi Omega Frankfort, Ky. ESTHER M. BOLATIN Lexington. Ky. LEE A. BOWLING, JR. Lambda Chi Alpha Harlan. Ky. MARY JANE BRALY Kappa Delta Madisonville, Ky. BERT ESTLE BRUMETT Shelbyville. Ky. FRANCES DUNN BUCHART Delta Delta Delta Mt. Sterling, Ky. 264 SID BUCKLEY Alpha Tau Omega Sturgis, Ky. JUNIORS GLENDA BURTON Chi Omega Somerset, Ky. WALTER BRITT Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fulton, Ky. E. R. CANTLEY Phi Sigma Kappa Catlettsburg, Ky. ALICE GILBERT CATLETT Lawrenceburg. Ky. ANN CHAMBERS Alpha Gamma Delta Lexington, Ky. ELWOOD NICKELL CHAMBERS HagerhiU, Ky. ■f MARY WALKER CHRISTIAN Horse Cave, Ky, FLETCHER CLARK Alpha Gamma Rho Lebanon, Ky. SUSAN CLAY Kappa Kappa Gamma Winchester, Ky. ELIZABETH COUNTS CLIFTON Bluefield, W. Va. LILLIAN BERRY CLARK Alpha Gamma Delta Lexington, Ky. DOROTHY CLEMENTS Kappa Kappa Gamma Lexington, Ky. JACK CLINKINBEARD Phi Kappa Tau Lexington, Ky. ' jkf 265 JUNIORS WALTER S. COE Phi Kappa Tail Erlanger, Ky. CHARLES C. COMBEST Phi Kappa Tau Liberty, Ky. GROVER NATHAN CONLEY Corydon. Ky. ROBERT L. CONNOR Alpha Gamma Rho Simpsonville, Ky. JOYCE COTTON Richmond, Ky. CORNELIA KING CRAFTON Henderson, Ky. MARTHA LADD CRAVENS Mortons Gap. Ky. ■ JSF Bdfli ELIZABETH COLE Nicholasville, Ky. GEORGIA ELLYN CONLEY Falcon, Ky. MARY EVELYN CONLEY Delta Delta Delta Paintsville, Ky. NATALIE RUSSELL CORBIN Kappa Delta Lexington, Ky. ELLEN K. COYTE Alpha Gamma Delta Louisville, Ky. WILLIAM G. CRAIG Delta Chi Sudith, Ky. JOHN CREECH Phi Delta Theta Danville, Ky. 266 BERNARD M. CRIGGER West Van Lear, Ky. KATHERINE CROUSE Chi Omega Lexington, Ky. PHOEBE HUTCHESON DANN Delta Delta Delta St. Petersburg, Fla. FRANK F. DAVIS Delta Tau Delta Paducah, Ky. HORACE N. DAVIS, JR. Lexington, Ky. JANE DAVIS Lexington, Ky. SIDNEY DE LONG Alpha Gamma Rho Lexington, Ky. 41Lri JUNIORS aA MILDRED CROFT Delta Delta Delta Crofton, Ky. JANE WILSON CRUMP Chi Omega Glasgow Junction, Ky. CHARLIENE DAVIDSON Delta Delta Delta Uniontown, Ky. GYPSY JO DAVIS Pineville, Ky. HOWARD N. DAVIS Williamstown. Ky. KATHERINE DAWSON Kappa Delta Three Point, Ky. BETTY DENNY Delta Delta Delta Nicholasville, Ky. 267 JUNIORS ROBERT L. DICKERSON Alpha Sigma Phi Henderson, Ky. GLADYS DIMOCK Kappa Kappa Gamma Lexington, Ky, ARTHUR JOHNSON DOTSON Kappa Sigma Lexington, Ky. ADA DOUGHERTY Kappa Delta Falmouth, Ky. JAMES DOWNING Delta Chi Corbin, Ky. ANTHONY J. DURBAN Delta Chi Jamaica Long Island, N. Y. WILLIAM DUNLAP Kansas City, Kan, VIRGINIA DICKEY Flemingsburg, Ky. LON S. DORSEY Phi Sigma Kappa Bellevue, Ky. HERMAN GARRETT DOTSON Sigma Chi Lexington. Ky. % i MELVIN R. DOWNEY Triangle Woodburn, Ky. RAY E. DRANK Louisville, Ky. GEORGE E. DUNCAN Delta Tau Delta Russellville. Ky. PAUL JAMES DURBIN Fulton, Ky. 268 FRANK DUTTON Phi Delta Theta Frankfort, Ky. MARIE EBA Kappa Delta Cleveland, Ohio C. O. ELLISTON Alpha Sigma Phi Williamstown. Ky. JANE C. EVANS Delta Delta Delta Nicholasville, Ky. J. B. FAULCONER Delta Tau Delta Lexington, Ky. MARY ELLEN FERGUSON Alpha Gamma Delta South Carrollton, Ky. JAMES S. FORBES Hopkinsville, Ky. JUNIORS 4 f 4x VIRGINIA R. DYER Des Moines, Iowa DOROTHY LOVE ELLIOTT Delta Delta Delta Lexington, Ky. HARRIET C. ESTES Chi Omega Macon, Ga. VIRGINIA EVERSOLE Delta Delta Delta London, Ky. NELSON B. FAULKNER Triangle Flemingsburg, Ky. FRED J. FISCHER, JR. Louisville. Ky. ALICE G. FORD Alpha Gamma Delta Owensboro, Ky. 269 JUNIORS FRANKLIN MARX FOSTER Pi Kappa Alpha Nicholasville. Ky, MERLE W. FOWLER, JR. Alpha Tau Omega Irvine, Ky. VERT C. ERASER. JR. Pi Kappa Alpha Providence, Ky. CHARLES R. GARLAND, JR. Paintsville, Ky. ELLIOTT GARRISON Alpha Tau Omega Lawrenceburg. Ky. BEAL FOWLER Alpha Gamma Rho Madisonville, Ky. VIRGINIA FOWLER Kappa Delia Paris, Ky. ROGER BAKER FUSON Hazard, Ky. LAWRENCE J. GARLAND, JR. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Lexington, Ky. CHARLES L. GARY Pi Kappa Alpha Rising Sun, Ind. W. J. GATHOF Sigma Phi Epsilon Louisville, Ky. «- RUTH COLEMAN GAY Kappa Kappa Gamma Winchester, Ky. THEDA McPERRY GILBERT Akron, Ohio J : .. DOROTHY GRADMAN Louisville, Ky. 270 JAMES D. GRAHAM Pi Kappa Alpha Harrodsburg, Ky. STEVEN GREGA Lynch, Ky. JUNIORS FLORENCE GREENE Alpha Xi Delta Mt. Sterling, Ky. ANN GUYN Delta Delta Delta Nicholasville. Ky. CARL T. HADDEN Alpha Gamma Rho Elkton, Ky. ' " • ' 1 LEWIS K. HAGGIN, JR. Phi Delta Theta Lexington, Ky. FRANCIS J. HALCOMB Phi Kappa Tau Franklin, Ky. CLARA BELLE HALEY Chi Omega Paris, Ky. WILLIAM H. HALL Phi Delta Theta Nicholasville. Kv. L. RAEBURN HAMNER, JR. Pi Kappa Alpha Morganfield, Ky. JANE DICKINSON HARDWICK Delta Delta Delta Owensboro, Kv. NANCY HARRISON Chi Omega Akron, Ohio S GLEN HARDYMON Kappa Sigma Maysville, Ky. HAZEL MARIE HARMON Delta Zeta Gravel Switch, Ky. 271 JUNIORS MARSHALL F. HART Kappa Alpha Flemingsburg. Ky. - O. D. HAWKINS Alpha Gamma Rho Owenton, Ky. LOUIS HAYNES Delta Tau Delta Owensboro, Ky, c DIXIE COMBS HELLMERS Hazard, Kv. WK KIJFFE B. HENDRY Triangle Holt, Ky. LUN FERGUSON HERNDON Pi Kappa Alpha Georgetown, Ky. JOYCE HICKS Chi Omega Clinton, Ky, CHARLES K. HIGDON Kappa Alpha Covington, Ky, HERBERT HILLENMEYER Phi Delta Theta Lexington, Ky. HARRY HINTON Lambda Chi Alpha Lexington, Ky. .lASPER D. HODSON Kappa Sigma Louisville, Ky, WALTER HOLLISTER Alpha Sigma Phi Schenectady, N, Y, ALFRED HOOD Alpha Sigma Phi Somerset, Ky. MARY LEE HOPE Delta Delta Delta St, Petersburg, Fla. 272 A. GARTH HOUSE Phi Kappa Tau Louisville. Ky. ELIZABETH MARIE HYPES Bluefield, W. Va. JANE IRVIN Lexington, Ky. NANCY ANN JACKSON Chi Omega Lexington, Ky. JOE R. JOHNSON. JR. Alpha Tau Omega Clinton. Ky. RUTH ELOISE JOHNSTON Kappa Delta Cincinnati. Ohio OWEN B. JONES Sigma Alpha Epsilon Henderson, Ky. JUNIORS 7 4 J. WILLIAM HUND Alpha Sigma Phi Henderson, Ky. DONALD VAN DEREN IRVINE Sigma Alpha Epsilon Lexington, Ky. GEORGE L. JACKSON. JR. Kappa Sigma Louisville. Ky. WINIFRED JAYNE Delta Zeta Elmira, N. Y. H. K. JOHNSTON Phi Kappa Tau Catlettsburg. Ky. LESLIE LEE JONES Louisville, Ky. PHILLIP JONES Phi Kappa Tau Mortons Gap, Ky. 273 JUNIORS ZACH C. JUSTICE Sigma Chi Pikeville. Ky. CHARLES W. KELLY Sigma Phi Epsilon Lexington, Ky. MARY BYRD KENDALL Kappa Delta Cynthiana, Ky. MARY ELIZABETH KOPPIUS Chi Omega Lexington, Ky. ELMER A. LAMBERT Corbin, Ky. DOROTHY LANCASTER Danville, Ky. MARGARET CLEO LANE Lexington, Ky. Cj ( jggr WILBURN KEETON Phi Kappa Tau Paducah, Ky. HERMAN KENDALL Sigma Chi Lexington, Ky. JACK KING Kappa Alpha Lexington, Ky. ERMA KAY KRUSE Louisville, Ky. FRANK J. LAMBERT Triangle Schenectady, N. Y. CHARLES O. LANDRUM Triangle Demossville, Ky. FRANCES LAVAL Lexington, Ky. 274 MARTHA WOOD LEE Alpha Gamma Delta Cynthiana, Ky. JUNIORS MARY ELIZABETH LEE Louisville, Ky. RUTH R. LEVY Lexington. Ky. DAVID LEWIS, II Alpha Tau Omega Middletown, Ohio ESTALENE LEWIS Delta Delta Delta London, Ky. ROBERT T. LEWIS Phi Delta Theta Burnside, Ky. ELIZABETH LIGON Kappa Delta Lexington. Ky. ELIZABETH LISLE Alpha Gamma Delta Winchester, Ky. WILLIAM C. LOBB Lambda Chi Alpha Washington, Pa. NORMAN VICTOR LEWIS Ashland, Ky. RUTH JEAN LEWIS London, Ky. LOREN LILLIS Delta Chi Schenectady, N. Y. MAURICE LITTLETON Grayson, Ky. MARTHA HARRIET LOWE Chi Omega Lexington, Ky. 275 JUNIORS JAMES J. McCarthy Lynch. Ky, - • WILLIAM G. McCONNELL Alpha Gamma Rho Princeton, Ky. OSCAR McCUTCHEN Sigma Alpha Epsilon Paducah, Ky. THOMAS McDonald Phi Delta Theta Eminence, Ky. JEAN MARGOT McELROY Alpha Xi Delta Princeton. Ky. i FRED McLEAN Delta Chi Lockport. N. Y. ROBERT R. McNAMARA Kappa Sigma Elizabethtown, Ky. p. EARLE R. MARTIN Lambda Chi Alpha Irvine. Ky. GEORGE F. MAR TIN Lambda Chi Alpha Cincinnati. Ohio v— FABIAN MATHIS Sigma Phi Epsilon Bardstown. Ky. iA Si ROBERT WHEELER MAY Paintsville, Ky. o t WILHELM JOHANN MAYER Lexington, Ky. ARNOLD J. MEADE Paintsville, Ky. f : CARDEN MEERS Alpha Tail Omega Marrowbone, Ky. 4 276 MARIA JANE MESHEW Arlington, K -. LEVIANNA MILLER Chi Omega Eminence, Ky. JUNIORS CAMPBELL E. MILLER Alpha Gamma Rho Lexington. Ky. MARY ELIZABETH MILLS Kappa Kappa Gamma Frankfort. Ky. JANE MITCHELL Kappa Delta Irvine. Ky. ALBERT MOFFETT Kappa Alpha Lexington, Ky. BEATRICE E. MONK East Springfield. N. Y. CHARLES GRAY MOORE Franklin. Ky. JOHN H. MORGAN Lambda Chi Alpha Madisonville. Ky. EDWIN H. MUEHSLER Delta Tau Delta Rockford, lU. » a - J GENEVIEVE MONTGOMERY Kappa Kappa Gamma Frankfort, Ky. MARTHA MOORE Alpha Gamma Delta Fulton. Ky. WILLIAM W. MOSS Hopkinsville, Ky. ELMER C. MULLEN Alpha Tau Omega Lexington, Ky. 277 JUNIORS VIVIAN JEAN MUNICH Lexington, Ky. BETTYE MURPHY Alpha Gamma Delta Bloomfield, Ky. MARY LOUISE NAIVE Kappa Kappa Gamma Versailles, Ky. JAY C. NELSON. JR. Pi Kappa Alpha Ft. Thomas. Ky. BONNIE J. OWEN Glomawr. Kv. RUNELLE PALMORE Horse Cave. Ky. CHARLOTTE PERCIVAL Delta Zeta Clermont. Fla. BERNICE NAYLOR Lexington. Ky. NANCY ORRELL Alpha Gamma Delta Kuttawa, Ky. JAMES A. PALMORE Sigma Chi Frankfort. Ky. CHARLES M. PARRISH Delta Tau Delta Lexington. Kv. IDA JEAN PHILLIPS Chi Omega Pineville. Ky. JANE POTTER Alpha Gamma Delta Lexington. Ky. I:v ' M RUSSELL M. PROCTOR Winchester, Ky. 278 FRANCIS C. PUSATERI Delta Chi Lockport. N. Y. MARVIN RABIN South Bend. Ind. BETHEL REAM Kappa Sigma Versailles, Ky. THOMAS REES Alpha Sigma Phi Schenectady. N. Y. MARGARET ANNE RHODES Delta Delta Delta Charleston. W. Va. RUTH MARION RICHMOND Chi Omega Murray. Ky. im, JUNIORS JAMES QUISENBERRY Alpha Gamma Rho Winchester. Ky. ESTHER RANKIN Zeta Tau Alpha Lexington, Ky. ALICE REDDING Delta Delta Delta Texarkana, Ark. SARAH RENAKER Alpha Delta Theta Lexington. Ky. BEVERLY RICHARDS Warsaw. Ky. HELEN RIDDELL Alpha Gamma Delta Lexington. Ky. MARTHA RILEY Alpha Gamma Delta Lexington. Ky. Vfe r m VIRGINIA S. ROBERSON Delta Zeta Elizaville. Ky. 279 JUNIORS MARY JANE ROBY Lexington, Ky. LA VERNE ROYALTY Willisburg. Ky. OVANA RUSH Chi Omega Versailles. Ky. F. L. SATTERWHITE Kappa Alpha Owenton. Ky. RAYMOND W. SCHLACHTER Alpha Sigma Phi Mt. Pulaski, 111. MALVIN RAY SEBREE Crittenden, Ky. CLIFFORD SHAW Alpha Tau Omega Louisville, Ky. ' - v ' « ' ELWOOD ROSENBAUM Columbia, Ky. ROBERT W. RUDD Alpha Gamma Rho Hanson, Ky. EMORY BEAMIS SAMUELS Kappa Sigma Cox ' s Creek. Ky. WALTER E. SAUER, JR. Phi Kappa Tau Louisville, Ky. MANUEL A. SCHOFMAN Phi Kappa Tau Ashland, Ky. BETTY JANE SELLERS Alpha Gamma Delta Cincinnati, Ohio LOUISE SHEPARD Zeta Tau Alpha Louisville, Ky. 280 BARBARA SHIPP Alpha Gamma Delta Lexington, Ky. DORIS SICKLER Mechanicville, N. Y. JUNIORS Jd Id BETTY SHORT Delta Delta Delta Owensboro, Ky. GRACE SILVERMAN New York, N. Y. W. J. SIMONTON Lambda Chi Alpha Gray ' s Knob, Ky. LESTER B. SMITH Delta Tau Delta Homestead, Fla. PAUL K. SMITH Sigma Chi Paris, Ky. MILTON E. SORENSEN Sigma Alpha Epsilon Mexico, Ky. ROBERT R. SMEDLEY Lexington. Ky. MARY JANE SMITH Chi Omega Belfry, Ky. GENEVIEVE SNIDER Bloomfield, Ky. SUE D. SPARKS Alpha Xi Delta Lexington, Ky. BURL ST. CLAIR Falls of Rough, Ky. RAYMOND ST. JOHN Alpha Sigma Phi Schenectady, N. Y. .f i 281 JUNIORS EVERETTE STEPHENSON Carlisle. Ky. WALTER STEVENSON Kappa Alpha Lexington. Ky. MARGARET STEWART Alpha Xi Delta Lexington, Ky. JOE E. STEPHENSON Sigma Chi Pikeville, Ky. A. T, STEWART Stanton. Ky. RUTH STEWART Delta Delta Delta Dixon. Ky. GEORGE G. STILES Stibs. Ky. I I MARY ANN STILZ Alpha Gamnia Delta Lexington. Ky. L. DUNCAN STOKES Monticello, Ky. r-? .-s ! JACK STONE Phi Kappa Tau Lexington. Ky. ROBERT CLARK STONE Sigma Alpha Epsilon Mont Claire. N. J. MAURICE STURGILL Shelbiana, Ky. CARL MORGAN STUTSMAN Lexington. Ky. CAMILLE SULLIVAN Danville. Ky. 282 JACK C. SULLIVAN Sigma Chi Lexington, Ky. JAMES A. SUTHERLAND Alpha Gamma Rho Bloomfield, Ky. ROBERT WILLIAM TABELING Phi Kappa Tau Covington, Ky. JAMES TAUL Delta Tau Delta Winchester, Ky. MALLIE BELLE TAYLOR Gamaliel. Ky. DAVID B. THOMAS Kappa Sigma Versailles, Ky. JOSEPHINE THOMPSON Kappa Kappa Gamma Frankfort, Ky. JUNIORS BILLY M. SUMPTER Corbin, Ky. RAYMOND SUTHERLAND Lexington, Ky. NEVILLE J. TA TUM Delta Tail Delta Louisville, Ky. THELMA TAURMAN Kappa Delta Cincinnati, Ohio S. PAUL TAYLOR Phi Kappa Tau Erlanger, Ky. EDGAR LE ROY THOMPSON Wickliffe, Ky. ELIZABETH RHE TILLETT Danville, Ky. 283 JUNIORS LILA TITSWORTH Chi Omega Bandanna, Ky. DOROTHY TORSTRICK Kappa Delta Louisville, Ky. ROBERT TRIPLETT Delta Tau Delta Owensboro, Ky. PATTIE FIELD VAN METER Kappa Kappa Gamma Winchester, Ky. ROY E. TOOMS, JR. Alpha Tau Omega Clinton. Ky. LETCHER EVANS TRENT Sigma Chi Lexington. Ky. EUDORA VANCE Delta Delta Delta Owensboro, Ky. HELEN HUGHES VEAL Lexington, Ky. r- ALFRED H. VOGEL Alpha Sigma Phi Schenectady. N. Y. INA MAE WALLACE Calvert City, Ky. RUTH WARE Kappa Kappa Gamma Georgetown, Ky. VERNARD F. VOSS Phi Kappa Tau Covington, Ky. HERSCHEL WARD Lambda Chi Alpha Van Lear, Ky. R. L. WATHEN London, Ky. 284 JOHN H. WAY Kappa Sigma Carrollton, Ky. MARY T. WHITLATCH Lexington. Ky. CHARLES T. WILKINS Hopkinsville. Ky. CHARLES BYRD WILLIAMS Lambda Chi Alpha Salyersville, Ky. INA MARION WILSON Clarkson, Ky. JUNIORS LILLIAN GAINES WEBB Kappa Kappa Gamma Lexington. Ky. RUTH WIDES Lexington, Ky. GRAHAM WILKINS Fulton, Ky. JESSE D. WILLMOTT Alpha Tail Omega Lexington, Ky. JEAN WILSON Richmond, Ky, ROBERTA WILSON Somerset, Ky, MARY CABELL WOOD Salt Lick, Ky, RAY WOOD Lexington, Ky. DOROTHY WOOLCOTT Kappa Delia Lexington. Ky. 285 JUNIORS MARJORIE KAY WOOLFOLK Kappa Delta Chicago, 111. WILLIAM B. WORTH Kappa Alpha Lexington, Ky. MAEWOOD YONTS Neon, Ky. ROBERT BRUCE YOUNG Winchester, Ky. MARY ELIZABETH ZIMMER Kappa Kappa Gamma Lexington. Ky. E. C. WOOTON, JR. Delta Tau Delta Hazard, Ky. ANNE WYATT Alpha Xi Delta Cynthiana, Ky. FRANCES LEE YOUNG Kappa Delta Frankfort, Ky. WILLIAM T. YOUNG Sigma Alpha Epsilon Lexington, Ky. B. F. COTTRELL Stamping Ground. Ky. 286 JUNIORS Carl W. Allen Cyrus D. Alleyn James Art Audra E. Bell Harry C. Brown Howard Campbell Kearney Campbell Norris Caudill Alfred D. Caven Norvell Colbert Eugene H. Combs Thomas Culton Kenneth Downing AGRICULTURE John Fietz William H. Funderburk James B. Gay Cecil Gordon Beryl Graves Earl O. Gregory Robert B. Hall Marvin T. Harned Robert W. Harrison G. L. Holland Warren C. Holt John B. Johnson Hoover R. Howard J. B. Jones Paul Keen Wallace L. King Harold Kitchen Luther W. Lindon Lester D. McDaniel Reuben McKenzie James N. Marsh Charles W. Pope Henry H. Pope Walter Riley Arch Rue W. Dale Scott William F. Threlkeld James D. Tolbert James Wallace W. H. Williams Stanley S. Willmott Holace V. Whitney James R. Young Mildred K. Brown Bessie Campbell Nancy Belle Davis Mabel S. Dietz Carolyn Elam Home Economics Helen Frantz Sarah Gaitskill Mary Nell Gillespie Anna Sue HoUandsworth Anna L. Kelly Mary C. Marshall Maryetta Kobert Virginia Nicholls Elizabeth Rice Gwendolyn Shaw Lucille Skidmore Marie L. Snyder Bill Frank Adams Leslie Allison Carold Knute Arnold Andrew J. Baldwin James Burnett Bannahan Martha Bartan Albert William Beck R. Eugene Bell Jeanne Patterson Belt Forrest W. Bender Sarah Wilson Bishop Harold Black George William Boston Ann Bower Allex W. Boyle Scott D. Breckinridge Donald Brown Alton Richard Bryant ARTS AND SCIENCES Naunerle Norwood Calhoun Florence Shelby Cantrill Elmer Long Carr James Carson Jimmy Cary Joseph W. Chenise Adda Beth Clabaugh Jack Cleek, Jr. Richard Joseph Colbert Achel Buford Colvin Miller Francis Corbin Eugene Coram Clarence Orr Courtney Walter Russell Cox Thomas William Crady Mary West Daingerfield Betty V. Dodson Lawrence F. Dooley Herbert Duncan Tavner Dunlap, Jr. Martha Lou Evans Helen Cecil Fearing Cyle Ferguson W. R. Ford Frank James Forsyth, Jr. Mary Carroll Fox Helen Adele Garone Gertrude Gauntlett John Robert Gillig Victor William Ginsler William E. Gorman Margaret Grifflng Virginia Griffing George H. GrilTith Alice Genevieve Griffitts S. D. Hodge William Hitton Huffman Mack Hughes Sue Tempest Hume James Charles Humphries 287 JUNIORS Joseph Lament Intermaggio Gideon D. Isan Edward Harold Kass Morton France Kelly Jane Adelaide LaFetra Charles Allen Larnard June Lassing Abraham Herman Lazarus Elizabeth Jane Lewis Lloyd Homer Lewis, Jr. Edward Spencer Lisle Mary Lee Littrell Charles Sutton Long Winifred E. Lucas James Albert Lyle Charles R. Mcintosh Mary Louise McKenna Charlie Mades Thomas Hopper Magraw William Albert Merton. Jr. Marie A. Meyer Llewellyn Harris Miller ARTS AND SCIENCES Hugh Moore, Jr. Joseph Curtis Moore Monroe Mooshick Elizabeth Robards Moseley Thomas MuUikin Robert Lloyd Myre Sam T. Nisbett Malcolm Edwin Patterson Roberta Payne Juanita Jean Pence Lloyd Pennington H. P. Prichard Robert M. Rankin Harry L. Read Cornelius Reagan Marjorie Rieser Kelse H. Risner Mary Elizabeth Roberts Dave Rogan William J. Roof, Jr. Harold J. Rose Michael Alexander Kowady John F. Ruggles. Jr. Robert E. Sherman Barney G. Simms Paul Welch Simpson Sylvia Skuller Frances Elizabeth Smith Francis Jerome Smith Lillian Frances Smith Susan Smith William O. Stone, Jr. Edwin Sweeney William Lloyd Taylor William O. Tracy, Jr. Ruth Stokmann Trammell Louise Tucker Charles W. Vanaman Dave Wick Victor Bill Wall Victor Vincent Warner Alfred Wathen Dorothy M. Watkins Tom Watkins William Edward White James W. Whitt Charlotte Wible Carl Edward Williams Squire Williams Frances H. Woods Kitty Jane Wootten Bertha Elizabeth Wright Christine W. Young % James Pryse Alcorn Harold M. Arnold Harold Ben Bair Everette Leslie Bailey Marshall Beard Andre B. Bowne Charles Clause Boyd Charles A. Browning Freeman Phelps Bryant Donald Edward Buchanan Walter Butt Gale Byland Russell Frazer Calvert Charles Colonel Carpenter Frank C. Clark COMMERCE John R. Clark Parvin L. Conrey Richard E. Cooper Kadell Dorn Jim F. Doyle Jacob Gordon Drushal Frank Wilby Ellis Charles H. Farris Steve B. Featherstone, Jr. Ella Scott Fishback Charles T. Forkner Horace M. Franklin Ralph Marting Franz John J. Galvin William J. Gorman Guy Raymond Arch Hamilton Kenwid P. Hamilton A. Elane Harper Rawleigh K. Hart James Emmett Hatchett Charles Thomas Holladay William Ray Holt James M. Honaker Virginia Jackson Charles S. Jones T. P. Jones Bill Juett John Edward Kurre Cecil T. Lanter Opal Lyon Don McDowell W. Paul Mclntire Kenton Mullins Jane Murphy B. R. Murray, Jr. William Neal Murrell Freeman Neblett 288 :AL JUNIORS Bernard Opper N. R. Phillips Alvin C. Polk Virginia Reynolds Helen Ada Robinsor COMMERCE Samuel Carl Salutsky William Edward Siegel Wendel Skaggs Arthur W. Smith Sidney R. Smith John H. Snider James M. Staley T. Robert Sullivan Jack T. Sutherland Fred Juett Thompson Joe Vanaman Jack W. Wheeler Joseph Ridgeway Willson Margaret Broaddus Julia Cassity Emily Clark Tommy Coleman Frances Estill Crain Bridget Duffy James Morgan Fishback Madelyn Golden Frank Goodfriend EDUCATION Irene Thompson Hughes Josephine Bacon Hume Edna Marie Jarvis Evan Lloyd Jones Orville Leach Almeda Lena Leake Lucille Masters Frances Adele Moss Anne Mills Otter Elsie Patrick James Melvin Reed Thelma Renfro Leola Mae Reynolds Millard Robbins Catherine Rupard Carolyn Sigler Keith Smith Soper A. H. Stadden Elfreida Stovall Homer Winston Thompson Frances Jane Thompson Christine Lillian Turner Geneva Lee White Garrett L. Baggerman James E. Barton David Knox Blythe James Pleasant Boiling Warren G. Bolt W. Raymond Bradley Herman Brooks Paul H. Brown H. Robert Clayton. Jr. E. Rex Collingsworth Clarence G. Conrad Varge Cornett Fred Victor Crowley Jack Hardwick Cowgill David Leon Davis John J. Dickerman Palmer Evans Richard P. Evans Fred B. Fischer George Joseph Fister Fred F. Flowers ENGINEERING David Howard Foust John C. Gilmor William A. Gray William W. Greenwell James William Holt Joe B. Hughes Richard H. Hughes Edwin Harold Kessler Richard Hughes Lewis Carl T. Hancock Robert S. Higley Floyd P. Lacy Alvin Langston W. J. Leonard John Thomas Lynch Charles W. Mathews Philip J. Mathis John Boyer Moore Laban T. Moore Garni Moretti John Stephen Murray. Jr Milford A. Niles John Curtiss New Tom Joseph Patterson James V. Penick Donald W. Pennock Ward B. Pillow George Rassenfoss Leslie M. Rawlings Lester H. Reynolds Tom S. Ruth Deluyn C. Schafer H. C. Scherffius Ha! Srrugham Cliflford Simpson G. Paul Smith Raymond Wesley Smith Harry R. Smith E. W. Stepp J. Robert Strohm T. H. Strunk Fred Van Arsdell Mearl M. Vice Stuart A. Wahl Earl G. Welch Norman A. Wides James B. Williamson Ray W. Yancey 289 JUNIORS Claude Asbury John T. Baynes John Bayne Breckinridge Arthur T. Bryson. Jr. Tom L. Burress James Richard Bush, Jr. J. Paul Clark Nathan B. Cooper Augustus Eric Cornett J. P. Curry. Jr. William Fred Crooks Wilbur Earl Dean Robert Stanley Denny Charles Harold Ewing Merlin B. Fields Jo McCown Ferguson George Thomas Fike First and Second Year Students W. N. Flippin. Jr. James L. Garrison Harold Herbert Gearinger Beltie Gilbert Jason B. Gilbert Douglas Graham J. S. Breene Connie Hammonds J. L. Harrington Robert B. Harrington B. H. Henard Joe B. Hennessy Thomas J. Henne. isy Thurnon L. Hibbitt Thomas Edward Kee William Mallam Lake James W. Lambert Robert D. Lear Clarence McCarroll Charles W. Metcalf C. C. Molloy, Jr. Ernest Montefalco Louis Mucci Paul Oberst Loren W. O ' Dell Joe B. Orr L. L. Parrott Virgil H. Redwine, Jr. Robert W. Reynolds Harris Rhodes Kelley G. Rogers James D. Ruark Charles Winfors Runyan Phillip Schiff Paul Slaton Eugene L. Stephens Frank Trimble J. Wirt Turner, Jr. Robert Van Bever, Jr. Edgar Venters Steve White Ramon A. Woodall John Lee Young Charles R. Zimmer 290 Sophomore Class Officers WILLIAM S. DUTY President Winchester. Ky. DAVID C. SCOTT Vice-President Kent, Ohio BETTY ELLIOT Secretary-Treasurer Lexington, Ky. 291 S P HI M ORES Joseph M. Adams Robert L. Barkman Walter L. Berry William C. Blakeman Robert W. Booton L. A. Boyd Warner A. Broughman Berlyn Brown Omer Bryant Naylor W. Burnette William L. Caldwell II Marshall C. Carpenter Terry L. Campbell Marshall L. Clark Simon L. Clarkson Leon Chesnin Robert H. Cleveland Clifton Cooper Robert Conover Oscar Corbin, Jr. Dan Culton Allan C. Davis William E. Davis Candor G. Depp, Jr. COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE Andrew C. Duke William S. Duty, Jr. Kelly R. Earle C. L. Elmore Howard W. Endicott Franklin R. Frazier J. B. Gentry George Gibson Howard T. Goodpaster Curtis R. Hancock William H. Hardin Lyle T. Harmon Arthur M. Harney Thomas O. Harris Sam T. Harrison Floyd J. Heird Omer Rogers Hendrix Marion W. Hibberd William D. Higdon Harry W. Hill Charlie Hogg James S. Howard Merrill Hughes Woodrow Hughes Frederick Irtz Hugh James Lloyd S. Johnson Clint Karnes Homer L. Knight Edmund McGary Louis W. Marker Phil Marsh Charles Marshall Robert L. Marshall Orville W. Meade Noah Mullholland Jack Owen Frank J. Peffer Julian Pierce Robert H. Rawlins Russell Reynolds Paul R. Robbins Earl C. Roberts Elmon L. Salyer Gayle Shields J. Buford Shryock J. W. Smith, Jr. Billy R. Smoot Julian LaFar Smith Harry M. Smith Harold Stacy Thomas W. Spickard William Stofer S. J. Stokes, Jr. Alfred J. Strauss, Jr. Floyd Thompson Howard Webb Willard Welch Robert A. Wells James A. Wilson Wilma L. Abrams Margaret Adair Jessie E. Ballard Lucille Bertram Thelma E. Clark Emily Clay Dorothy J. Cook Home Economics Joyce Cotton Margaret B. Cromwell Vie Crutcher Helen Early Anna L. Elsey Ann Louise File Lula E. Gardhouse Dorothy Gentry Danna J. Hadden Clara Belle Haley Effie Lois Hammonds Marjorie Haydon Eleanor Howard Jean Jackson Anna Frances Jones Florane Justice Mildred Rose Kash Mary F. Kells Margaret Kendrick Susan McCreight Louise McGoldrick 292 SOPHOMORES Mary L. Malone Rita E. Mann Helen Mastin Roberta Mayes Beatrice Monk Sara M. Moore Betty Jeanne Mulberry COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE Home Economics Sally A. Nowell Josephine T. Oliver Virginia Pettus Fannie B. Pirkey Mary D. Porter Eva Lillian Rowe Erna Sahli Jane Schaeffer Katherine M. Scott Ida J. Shouse Margaret E. Smith Louise Stanley Lois S. Straus Dorothy J. Thompson Jennie Mae Trigg Emily H. Wa.le Beatrice Wayne Martha P. Wilford Lorraine Worthington COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Katherine Romaine Ackerman Clinton Stanley Adams James Smith Adamson William Alcorn Betty Hoffman Alexander James Clayton Anderson Lucy Chenault Anderson Armand Paul Angelucci Ira Lee Arnold. Jr. Dennis Alphin Ayres Joe William Bailey Henry Clifford Bailey William Silas Baker Evelyn Louise Barker Jeanne Russell Barker Mary Claire Barrick Roy Joseph Batterton Hugh C. Beasley Virgil Kinniard Beasley Elizabeth Bowman Benge Edward F. Birckhead Irene Eloise Birk Howard F. Boaz Anna Clifford Boles John Stanley Boles George W. Booher James Thomas Borger Mabel Ellen Boswell Tommy Harrison Bowman Mary Frances Bradley Russell Anthony Bramlage Marilyn E. Branaman Bert Branham Leslie B. Bridges Ermin Virgil Brown F. Elizabeth Brown Leigh Douglas Brown Meade Marsh Brown Virginia Ann Brown Mildred Mitchell Bryan Thomson Ripley Bryant, Jr. Mary Virginia Bryson Frances Dunn Buchart William Gordon Bugie Helen Hutchings Burks Marshal Seger Burlen Marjorie McCrabb Bywaters S. Louise Calbert Dorothy Ann Calhoun Helen Fry Campbell Lois Josephine Campbell Samuel S. Cannon Ernest R. Cantley Frank J. Carollo George Philip Carter Raymond Carty J. V. Case, Jr. Mary Frances Cassell Virginia Ruth Chase Frances Klipp Clark J. Granville Clark James Luther Clark Marion Cluggish Marion Harriett Cohen Charles E. Collier Lowell Anderson Collings Chesley Colson Paul Combs Paul Burnam Congleton Carl Terrill Conner Nedra Adeline Cook Pearl Charlina Corbin Tapp Corbin Elliott Chadwell Core Manuel Corey Charles Willis Cottrell Lucy Cottrell Elizabeth Ann Covington William J. Cox Jack Stewart Croft Joe Cross Creason Elizabeth Clayton Cruise Ann Sinclair Crutcher Bill Gene Cudd Edith Mildred Curd Fred Curtis Irving Milton Danziger Edwin Joseph Davis Dameron Davis Oscar Theodore Davis 293 S P H 4 O R L s COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Walter Thomas Davis Jane Saunders Day Dorothy Pemberton Dean Horace Edward Dean Mary Ellen DeMaro Harry Clayton Denham Margaret Donaldson Tom Downing Donald M. Doyle Marjorie Carolyn Doyle Nathalie Roberta Dye Andrew Conley Eckdahl Carl B. Edwards Phyliss Bonta Elam Betty Elliott Lucy Marshall Elliott Naomi Sheffer Estill William Roderick Eubank Evelyn Rice Ewan Elizabeth Vera Featherstone Elizabeth Feland Thomas Bascom Finn Walter Fitch Jerome T. Flynn Herschel A. Fouts Bernard Freedman Anthony John Frezza David Friedman Helen Elizabeth Friedman Edward Ralph Fritz John H. Fudoid Martha Elizabeth Galbreath Charles L. Gary John Frederick Gay Dominic Gentile Edith May Giltner Homer Holt Givin Elsie Jane Godbout Myer Benjamin Godhelff Dennis Gooch. Jr. James Franklin Goodman James Fleming Gordon Edward Hagan Gough Dixie Lynn Gower James R. Gragg Mildred Gravette Gerald Greenfield Carl Griggs Marshall Beck Guthrie Hazel Marie Hall Buckner Woodford Hamilton Ivy Helen Hammonds Herbert Peckover Hargett Gladys Ruth Harkness Mark Harris Ruth Elizabeth Harrison Robert F. Hatfield Emmett Presley Hatter, Jr. Inez Hawkins Virginia Walton Hayden Frank Johnson Hays Elmo Curtis Head Lee Allen Heine Harriet Hendershot Mary Lancaster Henderson Joyce Hicks Luther Hickman Dorothy Hillenmeyer Minta Anne Hockaday Walter Velmer Hodge Jesse S. Holbrook, Jr. Herbert R. Holmes William W. Hopewell John C. Hopkins Albert Boughman Hoskins Robert Vernon Hoskins Robert F. Houlihan Emily Jane Houston Genevieve Rice Howard James Richard Howell. Jr. Jean Hubbard Harley Eduard Hudd ' e George Robert Hukle Martha Riker Hume Myra Hummer John Claiborn Hunsaker Ida Lillian Huston Louis T. Iglehart Susan E. Jackson Oriole Frederica Jillson Emily Ward Johnson Mary Margaret Johnson Philip Preston Johnston Owen Brown Jones Thomas Edward Jones Sara Belle Karsner Harold Reuben Katz William Leon Keeling Emilie Frances Keeney Carol Day Keeton John Esten Keller Carl S. Kelley Kirklin Lee Kelly Martha Anne Kelly Tommie Geneva Kelly Ralph Woodrow Kendall Sam Kennedy William DeSales Killea Eugene Fautley Kinnaird Martha Lou Kirkman Earl Kotcamp Virginia Kathryn Krzak James Parker LaBach John K. Lackman. Jr. George T. Lamason Charles M. Landrum 294 SOPHOMORES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Evelyn Ray Lannert Raymond Wood Lanum Lucian G. Leary Thomas Eugene Ledridge James Harvey Leech Jane T. Levi Loraine Carol Lewis Elizabeth Anne Ligon Nancy Hughes Lipscomb Cornelius Rufus Lisanby, Jr. Ruth Littral Mable Frances Lovens Selma Lowenthal Conie Crittenden Lowry William L. Lusk John Harrison Lynn Fay McCarthy Anna Jane McChesney John Moody McFarland Mary Louise McFarland Therese McKenney Sarah E. McLean Barbara McVey Jean Rucker Mahan Frank Douglas Mainous Betty Malmberg Harold Gordon Malone C. B. Marcum Ruth B. Marcus Norman J. Marshall George Fordham Martin Mary Elizabeth Mason John Burchiel Maxwell Marie Maysey Don L. Menefee Thomas L. Merrill Berta Mae Miller Martha Mitchell Mary Campbell Mocquot Mary Jo Moloney Esther Lyons Montgomery James Robert Montgomery Carleton Curtis Moore Raymond Ogden Morgan Morris Middleton Mountjoy Thomas Marshall Mountjoy Helen Elizabeth Myers John William Mylor Wilhelmina Nagel Arlis Napier William Taylor Needham Ernest A. Nicholson Nancy Ellen Noble John Francis Nuxol Anna Frances Odor Jane Truman Ogg Earl P. Oliver Lawrence Oliver Dorothy Isabel Olsen Ellen Overstreet Bernard Brown Owen William E. Palmore Mary Thomas Parks- Ruth Peak Rena Pearl Peden Robert Pemberton Howard Moore Pende Anna Swinford Penn Frazier Edsel Penn Hazel Richardson Perkins Lydia Ellen Perrine A. Edwin Pettit Bettie Gibson Phelps Beatrice Pigg Mary Stewart Pile Porter Lee Powers John G. Prather Susan Franklin Price D. L. Proctor, Jr. Margaret Glenn Pruitt Marjorie Ann Purcell Edna May Quarles David Walden Ragland Ruth Emily Ramsay Lloyd Brinkley Ramsey Elizabeth Joyce Rand Blanche Blackard Range Helen Moore Ransdell Sarah Long Ransdell Nellie R. Rash Sarah Elizabeth Ratcliff Thomas J. Ready Harry C. Reckner Harold Redd Helen Louise Reichenback Helma S. Renner Helene Temple Rice Virginia E. Rich Hattie Richie William Stanley Riley Robert A. Ritter Tony Joseph Rives Leonna S. Robertson Mary Gore Rodes J. P. Rose Sara Rounsavall Layton Louis Rouse George Monroe Rust Irvin Safriet David Bryce Sageser James Charlotte Sanders John Philip Saul Harry Anthony Schoberth Ellen Jay Schoene Harold Clinton Schuyler David Charles Scott 295 S O P H O M ORES COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Mary Mollyneaux Scott James Roger Scottow William P. Scully, Jr. Edgar Sergent Helen Hall Shearer Richard Hoyt Sievwright Robert M. Singleton William James Slater Barbara Ball Smith Truman S. Smith Vivian Smith Mary Frances Snyder Lawrence Eugene Spears Mildred L. Staggs Dora Stamatis Richard S. Starks Robert Eugene States Leon Stein Charles Sternberg Frances Lucinda Still Stephen Michael Suren Robert Thomson Sweeney Jerome T. Tartar Frances Thompson Taylor Jackson Austin Taylor Helen V. .Taylor Francis William Theis Jamie Campbell Thompson George John Tognocchi Howard Kearnes Trammell James Carroll Treadway Austin Triplett John Bill Trivette Emma Lou Turck Edward Dorney Valleau Billie Hobson Vance Ben F. VanSant W. J. VanSant William Mason VonAllmen Betty Vosmer Margaret Ann Weakley Harris Collins Walker Jean Brannon Wallace Joe M. Waller Olive Burke Webb Noel E. Wesley Joe Key Wetherill Wayne Douglas Whitcomb Stanley White William Harris White U. Grant Whitehouse. Jr. Mary Purcell Wiedeman Denny Garnett Wiley John William Wilkirson Harry Williams Jesse D. Willmott John Dave Wilson James Wilmer Wine, Jr. T. B. Withers, Jr, Eleanor Wolf Z. T. Womack Mary Emma Worchester Dora Adele Young Dorothy Anne Young Harry McGoodwin Zimmerman Harry Strother Alexander Betsy Ashbrook Allen Philip T. Angelucci J. Arnold Barbeau Howard Barnes William H. Beck B. G. Berry man William Clay Bertram Catherine Bertrand Arthur James Bicknell, Jr. Sara Robertson Biggs Wick Boggs William Lisle Bohon Hilary J. Boone COLLEGE OF COMMERCE J. C. Bristow Ch ester Brown Rosa Lena Brumfield Dorothy Nell Bryant Clayton Lee Bullock George C. Burke Jack D. Canada Laurie Cannon Wilce Burton Carnes Thomas Roy Carter William Henry Cassell Mildred Rita Clark John Hord Clarke, III Greenwood Cocanougher (Mrs.) J. C. Codell, Jr. Stanley Combs Virginia Dare Combs Mary Evelyn Conley William Henry Conley Elbert Cooper John Ernest Cooper Robert Cornell Catharine Louise Crawford Billy Stone Crutcher James Eugene D ' Amelio Cyril Owen Dannenhold Sherrill K. Daugherty Jerome Horner Day Matilda Jane Denton Robert L. Dickerson Dorothy Jean Dishon Edward Forrest Donahue Ada Dougherty Fithian Lee Durbin Lincoln Ray Ellington Marvin Estersohn Richard Vincent Fanelli 296 SOPHOMORES James Kinnaird Ford J. Lee Friedman Thomas N. Friedman Kennet h Guy Fritzlan Mariam Gardhouse Charles L. Garnett Mary Frances Gay Harry Daniel Gordon John H. Gough John Wallis Greathouse Ralph Edward Hamersley Stanley S. Hand Robert M. Hansen Hazel Marie Harmon Bernard J. Harris Kathryn D. Harris Georgene Hatcher John W. Henshaw Lun Ferguson Herndon Murrell Sampson Hickey Sam Walter Holsclaw, Jr. Robert Thomas Hoffman Robert Lockhart Horn, Jr. Jack K. Huber Roy D. Hulett Freelon Hunter Mark Jacobs Ralph Jackowski George L. Jackson John P. Jackson COLLEGE OF COMMERCE Clifton Powell Johnson Eugenia B. Johnson Z. Charles Justice Elizabeth Hunt Karsner John Wilson Webster Kerr Frank Kees Rosalia Theresa Koonz H. Dawson Lanter Opal Marie Lester Samuel Erlick Levinson Estalene Lewis Jackson Brown Lewis Estill Ellis Lyons Thomas Fieri McCann William Edward McCubbin Nancy Darnell McKee H. Elmo Mackey Elmond Lewis Martin James Robert Maxedon Betsey May George C. May Coleman Roger Miller, Jr. Kathleen Miller Robert Montgomery H. Bryce Moore John Tee Muncey Wilhelmina Nagel Robert Cornelius Nash Dorothy Jane Neal John S. Nickell Everett Wilson Palmer Alex Parda Mary Lou Park Orville Patton Gertie Emma Payne Anne Victoria Phillips Joe E. Pugh Glenn David Prudy William Oxby Quirey Alice E. Redding Margaret Cassidy Robards Esther Regina Rosen Alvin Lapsby Royalty, Jr. Thomas RaiiKin Rusk James Ottis Sams E. B. Samuels Alice Eugenia Sanders Margaret Cassidy Sandford Grit Sciantarelli Bob Scott Joe D. Seed Charles Lindsay Shea Catherine Ophelia Sheehan Mary Ortel Sheehan Joseph David Shepherd Albert Lawrence Sherman Frank Albert Shipe Mary Ellen Simmons Elbridge Lee Snapp Walter Cecil Snyder Henry Noel Spencer Alvin B. Stacey Harris A. Stancil Elwood Stephenson A. Donald Stevens Carolyn Jouett Stidhan J. Bruce Sullivan Edward Sydnor Lavada Maxine Thompson Charles D. Tingue William Lewis Tudor John Caleb Tuttle Pete Vires Clifton W. Vogt Guy Wainscott Jimmie L. Wathen Virginia Waring J. Howard Watters Louise Thornton Watts Roy Franklin Williams Harry B. Wilson, Jr. W. Jack Woodruff John Gaines Womack Raymond G. Woods 297 S O P 1 1 O K 0 ilS John W. Abbott George H. Akers L. M. Ballard C. W. Bates L. V. Bean, Jr. James O. Bell S. T. Berry. Jr. Jean H. Blain William Nelson Boaz John C. Bode G. L. Bortner Socrates Peter Bourbaki Edward W. Brown Robert K. Browning Seymour Busch Samuel Dean Campbell G. C. Cardwell, Jr. John William Carson Thomas Carhartt Paul J. Cavise William G. Coblin Marow Cox Duncan R. Collins Ted Wilson Cozine Vaughn Drake William J. Drummy Anthony J. Duban COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING William B. Elder Joe Shue Farcht Harry Leon Farley James R. Fields Harold D. Fox Thomas R. Fritts John T. Franklin James B. Farris Thomas C. Finnie Edgar S. Foreman John A. Fulmer J. S. Fuller E. R. Gardenshire T. J. Gragg Joseph C. Greenwell Frank A. Grega Norance H. Hail James H. Ham Eric Harborne Robert G. Hardy Robert B. Harness Edgar T. Harney Raymond H. Hays J. Russell Henry T. Leonard Henry Paul W. Hensley Fred C. Horlander J. J. Howard John R. Hubbard T. C. Jackson George Lee Jesse Paul A. Johnson John F. Johnston Harry Lynn Jones Millard Jones Alex Kazanovich George W. Kurachek William T. Love Roger Lee Lyons Fred R. McCrea William O. McDowell Preston L. Mansfield Dwight Measel William G. Moore William E. Micholasy D. C. Milner Charles A. Moler Robert F. Moore John H. Moorman J. Russell Morgan Clarence S. Murphy Noland L. Navarre E. W. Neel Robert David Nickerson Kenneth V. O ' Neal J. K. Orndorff R. Wallace Pember John M. Parsons Willis Miles Ponder Harold E. Pope Chester C. Raeuchle Russell Wayne Ramey Carl William Ramsey Eugene Goodwin Ramsey Edward Randolph Randall Carrol Sears Rankin Joseph H. Rapier John A. Rassenfoss Harold Revlett Earl Eugene Rigsby Frank B. Roberts Grant B. Roberts John V. Russell R. L. Schlotman, Jr. John N. Schweitzer George A. Scott Robert John Shaw Joseph C. Smith George Spragens Henry P. Steel William M. Strotz 298 S O IM I O M O R E S Robert R. Taliaferro, . Martin Teal Dan V. Terrell Leo Thaler George W. Toman COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Vernon L. Trevathan Robert Samuels Triplett James Henry Viox Edward Bullock Wallis John C, Walsh Joseph S. Washburne Hargus Watts Harry Johnson Weaks Narce Whitaker James M. White Buford Rutherford Whitt Maurice P. Willis W. C. Wilson Willard Wendel Wils H. K. Wood H. Clayton Young Milton S. Yunker 299 FOR CRTfiLOGUE, APPLY TC o D y z 4-3 (4 4J rj fc I— 1 • r; s C3 0§ 7. S t J S J 0- 3 oJ 03 (il e (D JflS. K. PATTERSON. Ph. D SESSION BEGINS SEPT Utli, 18SQ •[DjiUDLjoav P [Djni[njLi y r • ■ ' Si .■ l l-i Freshman Class Officers rl ri rS GEORGE R. CAYCE President Baltimore. Md. " s |te : . SINCLAIR RAYNOR DOUGLAS MONTONDO Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Freeport. N. Y. Lockport, N. Y. 301 FRESHMEN David Adams Joe Armistead General Black Bill Blanton William O. Blandford, Jr. Coy Blaylock Fred Blevins James L. Blue James C. Bonta B. J. Butler Jimmie R. Carroll Joseph W. Caudill Bernard Clark Frank E. Clark Glenn Clay John G. Clore Paul P. Clore Thelma Glenn Coombs (Miss) Frank Cox Woodsie Coyle Clark Cramer Newton D. Cruise James B. Curry Robert C. Davis Russell Davis Orvel R. Day Barbara Dennis (Miss) Norman Dick Harold H. Dorman Thomas F. Duffy C. T. Eddie COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE R. H. Ellis Harold England Sam Ewing James P. Fister T. B. Forbes, Jr. Raymond A. Garrison Clyde Gillian Robert B. Griffith Reid Gross Homer Hagman Claude E. Hammond Paul M. Hanna James Hardesty Glenn A. Harney Emery Horn Porter Hunley Earle B. Hutchins Cambridge H. Ireland Billy Frances Jackson ( Miss) Charles Jennings Clinton Jett Barnett C. Jewel i H. H. Johnston Wickliffe Johnston William D. Judge James Kaenzig James W. Knott Lawrence Landis James H. Lee James Leake, Jr. Robert Lilly Harry Lindenburg, Jr. Barksdale Litchfield Otto Losch Cyril Luckett George C. Lynch Edward S. Lyon Carl McAnly James A. McConathy Joseph McWilliams William B. Martin Francis D. Mattocks Charles M. Meacham Robert L. Meshew Edmund Miller. Jr. John Montgomery Estille F. Noffsinger Terrell Noffsinger Luke C. Osborn Ralph Overfield Robert T. Palmer Ed Pasco Ted L. Fasco Raymond Payne Herbert Pemberton Albert F. Pogue Ralph Poe Cabell Posey James K. Ramsey, Jr. Jack Raybourne Bronston Redmon Joseph Riggs Frank A. Rogers. Jr. James T. Rogers James B. Rovve Kenneth Rush Ivan L. Russell William Q. Shaw Harold Simpson Edgar Smith Drexel Southworth Herbert Stevens J. W. Taylor LeGrand Thompson Warren Thompson George W. Threlkeld Jack M. Tipton William Towles Anne Trent (Miss) Lawrence True James H. Turner Leslie M. Veatch John Velton Billie Wade D. C. Ward, Jr. James Wilson 302 FRESHMEN Jane Ellen Allen Adele Marie Ball Christine Barlow Jeanne Beckett Anne Margaret Bell Jeanette Blain Edith C. Burnette Emma E. Callahan Margaret Clark Betty Cox Genevieve Daugherty Catherine Diachun Anna Duncan COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE Home Economics Jean Elliott Athelene Evans Janet Fergus Nancy June Foley Mary Louise Graddy Mattie W. Harrison Martha Hill Llewellyn Holmes Helen Horlacher Christine Johnson Pauline Johnson Allie G. Kendall Hazel Martin Paulena Martin Verna Mae Meador , Leisla Rose Moran Dorothy Mae Perry Ruth M. Pile Jean Potter Henrietta Priest Nettie Lee Riggs Taylor Bess Rollins Olive Roser Margaret Schnacke Rosenell Shea Marietta Smith Dorothy Smither V. Geraldine Staplelon Frances Tuttle Rachel Underwood Jean Walker Dorothy Warner Dorothea P. Wood COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Alberta Lee Adams Betty Adams James Earl Adams William Randolph Adams Charles Aitkin Katherine Alma Alfred Margie Eleanor Allen Robert Vaughn Allen Robert House Allphin Matthew Joseph Amato E. Clifton Ammerman Hazel Christine Anderson Mary Louise Anderson Ruth Anderson Marjorie A.ndrews William Arcisz Walter Arnold William Emerson Ault David Watkins Backer Charles Baierlein Jacqueline Margaret Baker Bernice Mildred Baldwin Dennis Walter Ball Edward H. Banks Dorothy Imogene Barker William Newton Barkley Mildred Christine Barnes Lynn Culley Barrett Uhel Overton Barrickman Joe R. Bates Frank Dawson Bean Margaret Sutherland Becker William Boyd Bell Hunter Cherrington Belt Mary Virginia Benckart Fanie Benelli Jean Havanaugh Benson Walter Clifford Berntzen Clyde Bierley William Lane Bingham Edward Bittenbender Ann Blackard Melvin Blakeman Haskel Blankenship Clyde Blanton Jack R. Bleidt Virginia Dare Blount Walter Thomas Blount James Parker Boggs Donnelly P. Bolton Cranston Bosley Landon E. Bowers Charles Rhodes Bradford Esther Breeden Walter Raymond Brehn Eliza Chew Brent Laura Frances Britton Marjorie Mae Britton Clair Brokaw Betty Bronston Pleasant Malone Brooks. Jr William Denfort Brown Venus Clyde Brown George Douglas Browne Charles Oldham Bruce Georgia Jordan Bruner Rankin Gerald Brunton Ruth Bryant William Gaines Bryson William Brown Buford 303 FRESHMFN COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES James E. Burdetle Harry K. Buttertnore Virginia Byrnside Nat C. Campbell Charles Candioto Sallie Starks Cannon John Louis Canonico William E. Carigan, Jr. Benny Carol lo Robert William Carroll Blanche Moss Carter Edna Cason Mary Betty Castle Ed Cave, Jr. Jack H. Cave John C. Chappell Gilbert Cheniae Carmel Gordon Clark John Howard Clark Marion Clark Stanford Cluggish Weldon S. Coblin H. Mark Cochrane Robert Cohen John Sherman Cole Margaret Catherine Collins Margaret Ellen Collins Dorothy Colliver Carl Combs Tom Combs Victor Comley J. P. Conley Bryon Thomas Cook Jack LeRoy Cook Harry W. Cooke Clarence H. Cracraft June Crain Jean Creech Vincent J. Crowdus Edvard A, Crowe Geneva D. Cummins James Dade Jack E. Daubney Margaret Lee Daugherty Carleton M. Davis Ann Harding Davis Ernest Homer Davis Imogene Dawson Everett P. Delph Eldon Lawrence DcMuth John Robert Dexheimer John C. Doerr John Carroll Dooley Dorse Duff Mary Puryear Duncan Nancy Griffith Duncan Rolland Dunn William C. Durham Billy L. Dyer William Louis Echols Mary Helen Eckel John Eibner Miriam Dorothy Elam Wade Swiggert Entzminger Sara Revell Estill John Richard Evans Joyce Crim Evans William E. Evans Clara Evansky Stansell House Fain Keith Wilbur Farnsley Rollin M. Feese, Jr. Sara Kathryn Fisher Garrett B. Fitzpatrick. Jr. James B. Fitzpatrick, Jr. James Harry Flagg Bernard Lawrence Foley Cordelia Forrest William Eldridge Francis Carroll Sugg Franklin Wheeler S. Frink Elizabeth Fufold Jack B. Fulkerson Victor Hugo Fuller Louise Galloway Lawrence Gamble Paul D. Gard Lida C. Garred Robert W. Garrett Melford Garrison Ruth Alice Garvin Joe Woodrow Gilliland Ella Elizabeth Given Roger Glass Steve Graban Elmer Graham Laura Graham Martha Frances Griffith James Groseclose Norman Grossman Robert R. Groves Jesse W. Gulley Lyman Hager Buford Hall Charles H. Hall O. C. Hall, Jr. Jimmye Pauline Hamm Frances C. Hannah Mary Alice Harlan David William Harp Ann Ward Harris Tom Davis Harris LeGrand H. Hatcher James C. Hawkins Richard C. Hennessey Natalie W. Henton Rosalie Herman 304 FRESHMEN COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Edna E. Herring Remi Henry Heymen Tom Hiestand Edna Hill Henry S. Hodges Ruth Ellen Hodson Mary Holcomb William J. Hollohan Nelson Hoskins Ross Taylor Houri pn Charlie Huddleston Hugh Hudson Eudora Hungarland Lawrence Hunter Alvin Curtely Isaacs. Charles Wesley Ishmael Edwin Allen Jacobs Alice Cyril Jacobson John Emmett Jackson John N. Jameson Ernest O. Jefferson Anne Louise Johnson Greer Johnson Lawrence Stevens Johnson Morris Johnson Dukie Jones John Lewis Jones Mary Jones Robert Kenada Jones Freeman Smith Kabler Ruth Bryan Keeney Josephine Constance Keller Melvin Louis Kenyon Carrie Mae King Alfred C. Kirkland Gail Kirn Annette Klingholz Frederick Ferriss Knapp F. O. Knoll Dorothy Lair Martha Lair Virginia Aileen Lake Morris Bernard Lancaster George S. Lawrence Arthur Klei Leder Betty Jean Lee Elmer Tandy Lee William Philip Linss William Lipscomb. Jr. Helen Eileen Long John Bell Lovett Lewis King Luckett Mary Katherine Luigart Laura Lee Lyons Loraine Davis McCauley Walter Leon McCarrell Mary Louise McConathy Jean Marie McConnell Wayne V. McConnell Clifford F. McCubbin Martha McCuddy Anne McDuffie Ernest McElhaney Bernard McEneely Clarence E. McGarey Alice McGaughey B. B. Mclnteer Edith McKinney Wynne McKinney, Jr. Anne Louise McMurtry Paul Randall Marsh Charlie Franklin Martin Chester Ellsworth Mason Mary Anglin Matlack Mary O. Mattingly ArnoUis Meade Arthur Lloyd Meader Jean Marjorie Megerle Mary Ellen Mendenhall John Hamson Metcalfe Carl Leonard Miller Scott Miller Joseph Mitchell Earl Moldovan Donald Moloney Robert F. Monaghan Ralph Lee Montgomery Frank M. Moreland Anne Morgan Elmer Morgan Kenneth Carl Morgan Holeman Douglass Morris Robert Owens Moss B. Waller Mountjoy, Jr. Robert Mowat John Albert Mucci Roy Winston Mullis David Mulvaney Beverly Murphy Aimee Katherine Murray Anne Myers M. Benton Naff Sylvester Martinus Nash, Jr. Harriet Neander Emma Lou Neel William Arthur Neiser Ellsie Bertha Neuman Henry (Neverdoski) Nevers Katherine Nichols Louise Nisbet William Gavin Noffsinger Anne Norman Frank Edward O ' Brien Elizabeth Scott Offutt Grace Leigh Oliver Robert Olson Everett Michael O ' Connell 305 FRESH M E N COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Charles G. Orr Henry Thomas Overby William Carter Palmer Lyda Palmer Mattigene Palmore James L. Park Lois Garner Parks Jane Kemp Parrisli Jon Parsons Oscar E. Patterson John Edmund Pearce, Jr. Susan J. Penticuff Beth Alice Perdue Gus Trinos Petro Evan Davis Phillips Mary Evalyn Phillips Cecil Owens Pinckard Fred C. Pinson Robert Plaga Bernard William Ploch Donald Plumby Samuel Boyce Pole George Deaton Poole James Lee Poole Nick Popovich Lucy E. Portman Wilber Popplewell Don E. Powell Lloyd H. Powell James Robert Powers Naomi Powers Anna Belle Prather James Quick William Rainey Martha J. Ramsey Alma Martha Razor Paul Donald Rehm Walter Reid Royce H. Reiss Elizabeth Janette Renaker Fred N. Reynolds Henry Edward Reynolds Robert E. Rice S. Jewell Rice, Jr. Arthur Warren Richards Virginia Lee Richey Gene Thomas Riddell Erma Jane Ries Martha Wells Ringo Alice Ozark Robertson Robert McKinney Rogan Alia Irvine Rommel Bertha Louise Rose Paul Milton Ross Kathryn B. Roszell Helen Rowady Eleanor Rubin James C. Sanders Willard M. Sandidge Harold M. Schildkraut Ruth Darnell Schulkers Dorothy Frances Schulkers Neal Phillip Scott Clarence Edward Scoville James Edward Scully Kathryn Sebrie Oscar Waller Sellars Ava F. Sellers Berry Shaw Thomas H. Shelley Marjory Jean Shrock John M. Simms Sam Wilson Simonton Charles H. Sisk Virginia Margaret Smith William L. Smith Mary K. Snyder Oswald H. Snyder Mary Elizabeth Sowards Lucius Samuel Spurlock Charlotte Mary Stagg Norman W. Staker Benjamin Stanley Billy D. Steele Catherine Stephenson William Letelle Stephenson James N. Stevens W. R. Stewart Charles B. Stidham Elbert Henry Stodden Donald John Stone Jack N. Story Dorothy F. Sutherland Richard Swope Kenneth B. Tackett Janet M. Tadlock William Donald Tallichet John D. Tatts Joe H. Taylor Richmond Terrill Byron M. Thompson Nelle M. Thornbury Albert R. Throckmorton. Jr William P. Tinsley Lorraine B. Towles Byford E. Treanor Marguerite Tuttle Marion Valleau Charles J. Wade Laura S. Walton Eva Meredith Wanless Ollie M. Ward Walter N. Warf Charles G. Warnick Lyl Frances Warwick Roy A. Waters Joe W. Webb 306 FRESHMEN COLLEGE OF ARTS ANC) SCIENCES John Welch Forest A. Wells Rudolph Wells Mildred Geraldine Wesley John Kenneth White Pollard White William White, Jr. William Wiegand Ralph V. Willhite Anna Louise Williams Ben Lewis Williams, Jr. Gex Orville Williams James Thomas Williams Maxwell E. Williams William Landram Williamson Irene Willmott Emmett Willoughby Glenn Gene Wilson Allenby Edmund Winer Milton O. Wolfe Alleen E. Wolke Mary Virginia Woodall Charles Lawrence Woods, Jr. Joseph Francis Wurtenberger Betty Lee Wyatt Dorris Baker Zenger David A. Zoeller Lytle S. Adams James Herbert Adamson Maurice Alexander Margaret Anne Ambrose Wilmer Lee Ammerman Donald Paul Antes Omar L. Ash Ernest A. Barbeau Roy Bean Henry Hord Bell Donald Smith Bennett Jack Bergh Jack Walter Bernheim Malcolm Reid Blevins Sherwood Louis Boughton COLLEGE OF COMMERCE James Bowles Clyde Brown Hargus T. Brown Charles W. Bruce Ormond John Buckingham Rose Catherine Burke James N. Butts James Milton Caldwell Elias Carey Glenn Wesley Carl George Rives Cayce Ernest R. Chandler Jewell Katheryn Clark Robert Harry Cloud Mary E. Cockrell John B. Conrad Milton Kay Conver L. Dave Coon John Upington Courtney Reginald H. Courtois James Ewart Couty Joseph Lee Cowden Ralph Cox McCoy Craig Dennis Crisp R. Lee Crowe Houston Curtis Howard Clark Davis June G. Davis William Fowler Davis Joe Diamo nd Kline F. Dickerson Thomas M. Dieterle Anna Laurie Dingus Dan Doggett Mitchell F. Dowdy, Jr. Frank S. Dowell, Jr. Forrest Doyle John Allen Dunn Lyman Hendryx Everly George B. Fannon Nan Farmer Mae Elizabeth Fawbush Robert E. Fishback Raymond G. Fleming William Joseph Foley Melvin Francis French Percy Charles Frey Richard Foster Chris C. Frishe Manville Hickman Fryman 307 FRESHMEN Louise Jane Fugazzi William Edward Fuchs Edward Gabbard Constance Marion Garber William E. Garland Jack S. Gathof Tom Gherman Edward L. Gholson Jack Lanier Goldenberg George Raymond Graviss Billy Peyton Green Thomas Champ Gries Marjorie Griffin Armfield Henderson Hammond William M. Hennah James Hardin Robert Carter Hardwick Hal Harned, Jr. Damon Hart Charles Harris J. C. Hendren Robert Henry Herbert Fred M. Hilton John Harris Hockensmith Jack Holland H. Joseph Houlihan Lee G. Huber Rachel S. Irvine Billy Jackson COLLEGE OF COMMERCE Marion Jaynes M. Bernard Johnson David William Jones Joseph Guy Kennedy Gladys Kilpatrick William Cecil Kittinger William Knoeble Roland Flour Lamb Kyle Leonard Eli Levy Simon E. Levy Edward Long Harriet Anne Lyle John T. Lyons Thomas MacDonald James Robert McAIister John Thomas McCarthy John McFall Thomas McDonald Evelyn M. McDaniel Walter Mains Jack Anderson Marshall Berry E. Melloan Charles Edward Meyer Lillian Francis Milem Ben Ely Miller Billie Baucom Monoghan James Shreve Monohan Henry Partloe Montgomery R. Douglass Montondo Raymond Elbert Moore Gus Moran Carl Edward Morgan Harry Clinton Mullins William Thomas Nash Sarah Jane Neander Willard Overstreet Hugh C. Owen Herschel Palmer Charles Edward Pancake Mary Frances Parker Clare Piggott Harold Plummer Joe D. Raine Jack Ramos Rex Wendell Rasnick Jack Nicholas Ray Betty Carol Rhodemyre James Robinson James H. Robinson, Jr. Shaw Robinson Roland Rogg Harold Franklin Rouse Grover B. Sanders Frances Schreck James Edward Scott Asher Foley Seaie James Gordon Sheehan Ed Shipp John Raymond Sibleyk Betty Redding Smith Irving Daniel Solzman James Martin Stapp Brice Steele, Jr. John William Stevens Billy Stewart Anne Lee Stoll Albert Joseph Thiel Bill Loutrell Thompson Dawes Thomson Dennis Waggoner Evelyn Heizer Warren Arthur Walter Williams, Jr. Virginia Way Roy Coleman Whayne William Walter White Thomas F. White Harold B. Williams Margie Evans Williams Carrol Rollins Wood Catherine Louise Woollam John H. Yellman Earl H. Zeller 308 FRESHMEN Joe Adams Vernon Albert Cecil Francis Anderson Thomas Ashpaw R. Burns Baker Donald Barker William Russell Beatty James Woody Belcher Bert Murell Bennington Sam C. Berry Louie Paul Blanche! Charles T. Boone James Thomas Bowling Chester Carl Brown Robert P. Brown Charles Bosley Browning George Ray Bryan Joe Burnette Aubrey Campbell Howard D. Campbell Zane Grey Carlisle Ralph Spillman Cobb William H. Cobb Alfred Cogdill James Conner W. S. Costello Thomas M. Crutcher J. Ernest Delaney James H. Dillion Robert Drake Andrew W. Edwards Paul Eichenlaub Joseph P. Endris COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Claude G. Erd John Preston Featherslon Fauntley Foley William S. Foley William Carroll Forston. Jr. Jesse K. French Robert U. Gaines, Jr. ■ Arthur Galloway Roy Galloway. Jr. Daniel Geary Robert Geddes William Henry Gentry J. David Gilmore Samuel N. Hale Joe Pershing Hammond B. Paul Haskell LeRoy Holtzclaw Charles Ray Hood Lloyd M. Holladay James A. Hotaling Morman Light Guy McClellan Jones John Paul Jones Samuel Newton Johnson William Henry Karraker Aaron T. Kendrick Charles Cyril Kissel Keith Koenig Norman Kravitz C. E. Lacefield James Lewers William Thomas Llles James Little Roy McBrayer Jack McNamer Billy May Martha J. Michler Harold L Miller Peyton Mitchell D. R. Orme Wandell Orton Glenn E. Padgett William Pendleton Charles Luther Price Howard E. Price Owen L. Range Allen V. Rathbun Sinclair Raynor Bennett Ed Rector Louis David Rekoon Gilbert A. Reynolds. Jr. Clayton J. Rice Harold Rice Woodford Lee Robards Archie L. Roberts George D. Robertson Charles Edward Robinson Teddy Vance Rouse James C. Routt A. Franklin Royster Jesse Saddler Gordon Sams Robert D. Saxon Walter B. Schuyler Ray Vernon Scott Tom D. Sharp Edwin Wood Shaver John Sheridan Smallwood Esten Warfield Spears. Jr. Tim W. Spears John Roger Spicer Carl Staker Fred Steedly Thomas Marion Stewart Chester M. Stratton Ellis E Survant William Henry Thielman Robert E. Uhls Carl Vice Raymond Warner Clarence Elwood Watson Orville Perry Wheat William Done Williams Curtis S. Willmot Raymond Rankin Withers Quinton A. Wright George Bronson Wyatt 309 l - •,o v b AUTOGRAPHS . " 312 r % AUTOGR AP H S 314 ,w - ' C5 t3 e coi vi.e Oa t-K e AUTOGRAPHS 315 AUTOGRAPHS 317 T ' T " ' - w J - fc «-r VST " - f • f ' ' S ' -Aj ' -? " - • ' " r r ; (•-.■r i- ' ' i ;H t;{i '

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