University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY)

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Q,Q1BN-WJ CDOJW YV X 36 QA ni '4 an-mn uldiy yn-.own IX. lil it V00 5'-Q sf" " nur: -Q ,, his K 1 slit C W V! nl o".' I h wezzf-j-'g,,fn l - l.. Q "',""f "aX --H ,, , yn K ,X f f 5 nlulnvnukn X mu. an reply- if., X V ...jj 9 h i 44 'dbx ,N " -w."'n'51Q.n nun. 'lx' ,,-,Q t .-XSQ Nl: hill ,it i' ' bums fl L N4 J' i? ikglw-u "fs f , AQ-1 . ,z-'V fig- -' , 'IIIIUI v lap? .M ' -r' "'s,xs1"'t -y 'T' we 'LA ' i murmur: ogg, ir? 1, X iw, Q ....,.2','I,,f 130 'Ei' bun, chq 1--im. "Pictured above, in miniature, are some ol' the many historical and scenic attractions for which Kentucky is famed 'round the world. Obviously the map is too small in scale to permit. ol' anything like a complete listing of the hundreds ol other places of great charm and interest, scattered about the State: for every highway and byway has its allure, its shrines, its historic houses, its noted beauty spots. Vacationists always are charmed and delighted with Kentucky's many beautiful streams, to be found in every section ol' the Stale, for these oller de- sirable leatures of a vacation out-of-doors." fUsed through the special permission of Kentucky State Highway Department and lN K1f:N'rUc:Kv magazine.j N xi 1',' l .H . ii - Y' ., - , 1 A,:,q-3.-um' 66 hat is an universit ? A university is .. . 9' The 1911! KI-INTUCKIANI takes as its theme the re- nowned definition of a university as made by our re- tired President Frank L. McVey. For twenty-three years Dr. McVey served the University and the State off Kentucky. During those twenty-three years, the Uni- versity has grown from an institution of several hun- dreds to an institution of several thousands of stu- dents. Dr. McVey has built the University to conform to his ideas ofa university as set forth in his definition. According to him, "The essences of this definition are men off learning and a spirit that is freeg books and equipmentg earnest and eager studentsg belief in truthg protesting against errorg and a burning desire to lead men by reason, rather than by force." I hope that we have recorded the University as Dr. McVey dehned one and as he has made the Univer- sity of Kentucky. -T1-Ir: Enrrou OF' 'SD DIV, 9 ' g as O ff 4 . .-i"i:f'., .0 , 15. , UNITEQ VULQ EQ Ccct- vm mf lllol.m:1r:Al. Sr:lr:Nr:r1s llullnmr Tlui Cfxmvus IN FULL FOLIAGII Presenting The Kentnekian SAM ll. EWING, Jll. 'Editor .l0lIN G. C,L0ll,E Business Manager f' - , ftp j W, M I 7 4 Q A 1 5 4 F 1 2 i 2 I A n -... 1.-.--,-4.1 yxw, .J, 4' fi , ulfeftv 1 -ww,-1" 1 - , qA53,m'-'fir ,Qi f :QYf,.':.f,f'5?S1,:.1"' ' fa E-4L'f2"f'f' I ,gi w A Zig-., Zf215j A 1 3 -.1 Q' I .. ' A , bf W 2 jg H 1 1 I I'-"u I UI' . w M, '. X 111' fi f.,,ff,:ii L,,:uI..r' ' ,fl-5,-',' I s'f"f?ff'11 1 gvgila-'j , 'L ffm X 3 ' zg,Tn-Mg' 2 Q F1fli.:,1 s .s 1'f we S u N-1 Z i C 65 I 53- 7 1 1 5 -1 ' fxrwfi ykimgji f.':ff11T:'g 4'2inif39fCf k MU , - I I , .,,! 1 V 1 5 E yw, 1 2-.1 a l 13,4 -...L , -, .A 1' - , x H ' :Cr '1 Iliff .rw- -if I v,-lu "What is a university? A university is a place: It is a spirit: Men of learning, A collection of books, Laboratories where work in science goes forward: The source of the teaching And the beauties of Art and Literature: The center where youth gathers to learn. It protects the tradition, Honors the new and tests its value: Believes in truth, Protests against error and Leads men by reason Rather than by force." -Frank LeRond McVey FUIIEWURD llonoring rank Lellond MoVey - a VH ' d'f!'?", Q' ', 'Jar !ff5:i'a,, . . ., ,V ' , , -I '-3 . 'fs W'9'El".'!Bl'm ff 'iL'5"'Wf my '.s r I- A native of Pekin, Illinois, Dr. Thomas Poe Cooper was graduated from the School of Agriculture of Min- nesota in 1902 and obtained his B.S. degree from that institution in 1908. He acted as an assistant in farm management at the University of Minnesota for four years, after which he became an agent for the Bureau of Statistics in the United States Department of Agri- culture. In 1911, he became director of the Better Farming Association of North Dakota. It was in 1919 that he came to the University as Dean of the College of Agriculture and Director of the Experiment Sta- iion. 4 Other offices that Dr. Cooper has held are presi- dent of the board of directors of the North Dakota Farmers' Institutes and vice-chairman ofthe Livestock Sanitary Board of Kentucky. He holds an honorary degree of Doctor of Science from Princeton University. Dr. Cooper is now a 'member of the Kentucky State Board of Agriculture, the Kentucky State Park Com- mission, the Rotary Club of Lexington, the Conversa- tion Club of Louisville, and the Cosmos Club of Wash- ington, D. C. 1 Dr. Cooper became Acting President of the Univer- sity of Kentucky in july, 1940. , . f m,w-'ffwrmrsw , , ,h ,X 4 , ' - ., 'M' BE!! r . ff .-A 'Q 1 , .L . 4 W A ., ..,, J, V 5 fu-' ' H Q. ,-.. ' f., f,Q,,1 ' TJ.: . ,.... ...f ' -+71,1'WQ'l ' 3 1 - I' E li? 1 ' iii 4 Hx EF3 r ,, .. ,.. :"f W x N 1 I 1 f s , ,LE -J -A ,... ' - ,. -+-N'1'bfJ,47 pw-s Q ' ll ll ll ll ll Ill TSTW ff' IN MEMORlfAM Y MAUIIY J ULIAN Cll UTCl l E ll June Il, ,I892 llctober 5, UM-0 J0llN STAPP IVIITCIIELL Uctoller 20, HHH! February 23, UJ4-l " Sis, are :M ' ' n l'4-f'f"':',- .'.:'1 'Ji-1"-f,-! uw. -1 A . . 131,11 -f.,, I v,',,,. -1 V, X ,lffatji-' Wi , ' 'H-V 3.5 :fnff?f,p3.'L.,Lg11FfQ'-'.'2j'1,1J3',ff f i Executive ' Department ' i Fi Features ' t ' i Beautiest 22- Personalities - 29- Colleges I 1 K Publications and Major Honoraries .... 41- Agriculture ........... i.t ,........ 62- i Arts and Sciences V. .. 90- Commerce t. .i .... 128- A Education I. . 144- A Engineering .. 156- f Law .,..... i 174- Aetivities , A Athletics .... 186- MusiC -- 217- Clubs .. 227- Military . 240- Greeks i Sororities .t 254- Fraternities 3. . 272 'Q e,'ef t , uf ',"' f iiiit 1 i W Q W' 565 YF af f ' Diem of luzwning IX sn , A' if? 'ff X' f - i.. s I 9 I A , Wg. 4 1: 5 - . 1 N. l 1 . 4 I Ali. Dr. Thomas P. Cooper I P ll oaufd 0 F l' ll S100 S 0Fl"ICl1lRS li1c1cN llmlwscmw R1r:11.x1a11 CI, 5'l'0l.l D. H. l'1f.1x14 .IUIIN S14.x1x Lu M ICM ISICRS 'lix -C1191-'IIIIO Iiccn AIUIIIISOII l"l'illllil'0l'l fJn1'1'J'Hm' W. H. 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B. mlcgrcc from lhc lh1ix'L'1'sily :md hcl' M.A. dcgrcc from Clllllllllliil. A naltivv nl' l":lx'cIIc Ctlllllly. Ktflllllfky, she urls as :ulviscr to women slumln-nts on :my suhjcfl rulzllivu In lhciri inlcrcsls and wclfalru. SXRAII U. l'n..xNlvlNr: Assistant Dean of Women Mrs. Surah li. l'Iolmc-s, Assislzml Dczm ol' Womcn, ullcndccl thc Univcrsily ol' Kentucky whcrc shc Ulllllilllfll hcr A. li. clvgrcc. She lllllghl :ll Sllyllf College hcforc wining lo lhc UlliYl'l'Sily :ls Il falctlllly mcmhcr. S,uz.'ul li. llm,Allis 7 1 XV. GAYIJQ S'rARNics As.s'i.sl1u1t Ilirmxlm' Mr. Starncs was born in Owen Coun- ty. Kentucky. Hu ohtztinctl his M. A. dcgrcc from thc University :md in 1935 bccztmc an assistant in thc department: lzttcr hc was promoted to thc position of assistant director. Louis Crit-'froN lliwfclmf In 11126, Mr. Clifton begun as an as- sistant in thc Extension Dcpurtincnt. Hc bccnnnc director of thc tlcpurtmcnl in 1935. He obtaittcd his M. A. degree irotn thc University. 1 NV. D. 1"uNKlIolxs1-QR Harm of Nia' f:'l'1llf1l1lf!f Srlmol Dr. l"unkl1m1scr. Dczm nl' thc Cimclllzlll' Svhool, pml'c'sso1' in SllllllI'0Il0I0g'y :I 1 llcnd ol the molugynlcp:1l'Imulll ill llxc l1lm'crslly. has Iwvn Dcun ul thc C-l':lrlll'ulL Smzlwol sinur 1025. llc ulmlzxincd his M. A. :mal his l'Im. IJ. 1lvgrccs frmn Ciurmll llnivcrsily. I-lc Ixus hcvn prcsidcnl ol' the KCllIlll'Ii5I' Rcscnrrll Club :mul has hun nulllm' nl' llllllly hooks lllllilllg which JIIALT "Outlines ol' Zoology", "Wild l,iI'c Ill Kl'l1lllI'kyu. amd "Birds nl' Iicnl1u'ky". ir duate School The center where youth utlf to learn , g'-.K Y li Y: J' 1? Ayff if 1 . , ' 2 uf xgxf CHUM U? QMUW 'H-. .-. 11 V ,- 0:11, 2.-L':?F.5'. :54.-',"- f ' ..f fi.SgEQ2'E?fgTif if? if A 1 J ,Q-..i,Z,y34I,.'., H v ,.Q.izjE3JEi'f'f'1 1 , '-v::P"',w,:-'IM W .3431 2:-W" -:L-:,:bgAn,-4-3.W-L5ZT:ff -. 411 1 gl- V -lgxfxbi .2 L :ET if , 5 7,1 .. H . :FF y ,t,i:pf.iv5.g . -'mtg - l15?f35s'fks' ' ' 5 xfwiffifgi .72 ' - - . . ,,, .,., ,. 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Q W' W S'rUnI':NT UNION BIIIIIIING TI-IIC GIu':A'r I'IAI.I. rw 'I'IIlE S'I'IJm2N'I' UNION ISIIILDING g Alllllllgillg' lialilnr ,Iolm SIIIIIIIHI mul Iiflilm' jim Crllrlzuvll flzcfrlc Tm-1 Iilzumel. fm' il r'rnnr'.s' nfl' Ihr' j1r1'.x'.s'. Iflvrul fHY'.Y.WIlllIl ,lnlm lfrl l'f'ur1'rf mu- !z'rvl.s' lluf jrrmv wllilff I.rfGrnl1r1 lIrrI1'l1r'v' friglrl lerlrlcgruzlrlzlj .w'1'.s' llm! Iliff farms runs A'IIlIl0Hlfy. I1'0lfI0n Goblin, and Ellixl'iH Oclmrllzan, law xlu- fl1?llf.S',f!'0Nl l"rnnlrfrn'I mul lmvinglon 1'r'.fj2r'1rli1u:ly. Row one Albert Conrad Wood Johnson Burrus Trent Allen Reichenbach ROM! two Horlacher Smith McConnell Howe Ammons Denny Row three Tooms Pierson Cook Clark Row four Dudley Ison Taylor Stud nt Governm nt lfrlolllislzcd on colnplix in I939 PURPOSE The purpose of the Student Government Association is to enact and enforce such legislation as is here-in-alter set out, with a view to a harmonious coordination ol' the various organizations on the campus, to elfect a centralized student government, better l'aculty-student cooperation, and to promote the general welfare of the student body. Roixiam' V. ALLEN OFFICERS Malmaklfl' Tin-1N'r Vr:uNoN Al.llI'LR'I' . Dolus Riclc:lli'1Nl'.,u:H jim -j0llNSON . Rol1ertAmmons Doniphan llurrus Betsy Gottron Frank Clark jim johnson Iilmr:,x'l'ioN COl,l,li!lI Helen Taylor I.liGISI.A'I'URl41 MIQMIHCRS .Mfrs Asn SCI!-INCI-ZS Com.:-ini-3 jack Lovett listher Pierson Lida Belle Howe AGRlCUl.'I'llRl'Z Col.l,l-:ra-3 Helen Horlacher Clomiviltzkcaz COI.l,l'1Gl'I Peggy Denny lixrsmi-xi-zlunrz COIL!-ZGl'1 . . . Presiclmzl lVmlu'n'.s' lfimf-l'1'1'.s'i1lr:ilt Marais' l'icc-l'1'r:.ri1ImiL . S1fc'rr'l11ry 'I'r1fos1l1'1f r jean Marie McConnell liclwarrl Rankin Doris Reiclienlmach james lson C. Rollins Woocl Floyd Brown Russell Patterson Law Com.:-:ral-1 Roy Tooms flRAllllA'I'I'I Solfiool, Orville Leach lfiucsimixx M i-:mln-:us ,rr Linuzic Dorothy Ann Evans George Dudley idx-olfl-'lczlo Micmn-:les Virginia Smith, Pun I-lellrfuic Council john Conrad, Inlw'-l"ralernily Council james Cook, Sllulcnt Union Board Student niona oard jaiutas S. SHROPSHIRE Sf1l!i!?l7f Union Dirrfclm' ll AM las Coon . Row one Johnson R010 two Cook Mehne Row three Nash Penick Graham Kirk Terrell Hall Blu. NASH . junta lvlmtma Ann Kirk Bill Nash M. E. Potter PURPOSE 'l'he Student Union under the direction ol' the Student Union Board serves as a center ol' student lil'e. Its ohjectives are to make leisure time I'ruitI'ul through planning a hroad program of receation and enter- tainment: to provide a place for the growth ol' freimlship among stu- dents and faculty: to enrich student life and encourage finer apprecia- tion through a nteaningful cultural program: and to aid in thc develop- lnent ol' useful members ol' society. UNION DlRl'1C'l'OR james Shropshire ASSIS'l'AN'l' DlRliC'l'OR Ronald Sharpe S'l'llllI'1N'l' lJlRl'1G'l'OR SOCII.-Xl, DlRl'1K2'l'OR lien johnson Rebecca Yan Meter OFF l C ERS . . . Prmirlerrt . . Virr'-l'rnxi1lenl .S'r'm'1fIn ry - Trmx ll rm' S'I'UIJEN'l' MEMBERS Dave Graham Lora Barrow Bill Penick George Terrell FACULTY MEMBERS R. D. Melntyre Sarah Blanding T. T. Iones 43 fioard of ublication I'lxl11l1li.x'lir'rI nl lln' l!lli1lI'!'Aily nf lx'r'nlur'l:y in H130 l'llRl'OSl'l 'l'lu' purpose nl' lllc linzml nl' Slllillflll l'nlrlim'zHinns is lu :ulvisc on policies l'4TgilI'lliIl'Lf opcrzl- ll0ll ol' lllc printing plslnl :intl Ilia: Kl'1N'l'llCKlAN :intl llic KICRNICI, plllrlimulimis: ln pri rviclc lor llic rnlcs :incl rcgnlzniuns governing llxc selection Zlllll llic clcclion ul' inziior llll7lllllCl'S ol' lllcsc stalls. OFFICERS VIQRNUN AI.IH'.ll'l' . Clmirnmn jmlifzs Sllll0l'SlllRl'1 Srfzzrelury MIZMIHERS Ylxlcxox .'xl,IH-.RI, llIr'n'.x' l'i1'1'-I'rr.si1lr11l nf Slurlrnl Hll1f1'l'IIllll'lll Alfxmilcs CI,u,mvi.l,i,, Iizlilrn' of lluf KIQRNIIJ. Sui l'iWlNI2,1'f1lflllI uf ilu' KI'.NIl'IIKl.XY ll. ll. l'1'ixlc, Iiu,xi'm'xs ,flgwnl of ilu' fllllllI'l'Sfl1X' Nllfl, I'l,u1Mmn,lc Ilmrl nl llm lh'j,v1rlfnf'n! nf fIIlll'lIlllf.Slll Ajfmills SllIlUl'SlllIlI1Z, Ilirwlur of 1'lI,lHI'lIlfllII.S lVll,I,lS 'I'lw:ki-,n, ,fl.s,xi.vlnnl I'rr1fr.mn' nf jnm'1mli.snr M.,x1u1,'xRl','l 'l'lu41N'lj, ll',Ullll'll',8 l"!r'r,'fI'nf.siflulll r1f,S'llnlr'1ll lillWI'?'lllll!'lll l Row our Slwopelhirc Ewing Albvrl, TllCkl'l' Row tum Plummer Pvnk Cnldwz-ll Trent lm IOIINSON, Alnnuging lfrlilnr. :Incl NIIRIXNI lillXYI"R, .'I.x.mf-iulf' lirlilm- llll1lslJ:- : ' gg ' , .Q ' - QV, 'I ' 3" "2 '1 ' ' ' " 1' "1 " llnlvcrs' I' 0 XCllllll'i '. ' ' 1 .' 1 " ' 1 ' l l ' 1 lx um' "'- '- ' ' 1.' ' - I 2' 1 '. "'1 ' .uroncl M11 A .', 'IC' I1-' ' 1 "ra ' " 1 sz' 'llv 1 ' Qr':'. llC3t".T " 'thc Sm I , V If -r -2- ' r' '. C200 :cr's Qlirccl' . C t 'sc r " .'1 1.' ll? ' I-All 'v '11 f. 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Stull' Zllltl l'ri1'mls. lllc SIIKTCSS ol' this lmnk is yours, l cxlcml my sincere llmnks I0 you 1lll. - 'lillli EIBITOR ntucl ian SMI R. liwmrz, ju lfflilm'-ill-Cllfvj Row one Davis Reid Wallace Brown Johnson Sebree Krayer Bruckart Row two Lall Burnette Clark Whitneld Karrnker Andrew Famularo Francis Row three Welsenberger Conant Potts Sweeney Fanelll Proctor Harris Row four Pritchett Chesnut Basshnm Petrie Kentuckian ditorial Staff Miriam Krayer Carolyn Petrie William Karraker Mary Olive Davis Mary Lee Iflll'llCll Lysbclh Wallace Special Pages Carrie Lou Reid Exclumge Ivan Polls Ifmlernily Ruth Harris A rt PROOF READER lilizahcth Brown EDITOR-IN-CHIEF MANAGING EDITOR Sam R. Ewing, jr. jim johnson ASSOCIATE EDITORS Gaines Scbrec SPICCIAL EDITORS -Jessie Francis SOPHOMORE ASSISTANT 'ICDITORS Frank Bassham Donald Lail OFFICIIC Frances Whitfield Pal Doyle DlCPAR'I'MI3N'I'AI. IQDITORS Bill IIl'llCIiilI'I. joe lfamularo Ronald Andrew Agnes Iickles Orel Ruth Fred Hill ll. F. Mellon Sports fl.v.ri.rl1u1l Sjmrlx Bratlforcl'Priteliell Iuclilll Weisenberger Copy Copy Caroline Conant jane Cliesnul Sororfly A.r.ri.vlmzt Surorily jane Fanelli Virginia Clark Art Clary George Barker Carroll Sweeney f1.vsi.rlam Class Clulm mul Honoraries PUBLICITY PHO'l'0GRAPI-IICR jim Woolriclgc john Proctor mage ahtenipt to organize and coordinate' its activities with TUCKMN hi etitotial stall, the busmcssistall ol the l94l Kim- thcsc obheciir eted a most suecesslul year. ln' pursuing lim i ill' ies .1-1tt.01d has been'set in both the sale ol organiza- 1 Pdg.,Ls and ol ycarbooks sold in advance to students. lisilnlzfiFlLN'l'lJfIlil.-FN may justly boast ol' the fact that no. adver- scmgl io Sntainul between tts covers and that it IS still pre- iq l li 1?.hIllClCIllh at a small cost. Such an acconiplishnient '. mace possible by economy m the use ol materials, m the tll'l'1lIl.gCl1lCl1l ol' the book, and by operating on a very narrow margin. was ao the ability and accomplishments of 'the mc"1bers ol' the Mu, illlfil uedtt must be given to a very elllclent sales manager, 4 iss Eloise Palmore. john Long and Hugh Moorhead have been tesponsible lor collections and circulation and Bettie Millikin and Martha Adams have served as valuable sales assistants. Some 42 student salesmen also contributed greatly to the business sne- eess ol the 1941 KtcN'1't1c:l4mN. I Tl has been a pleasure to aid in the publishing ol' a book such as this and the responsibility that has been ours is reluctantly released. - HIOHNN Y CI.o1u': BUSINESS MANAGER john G. Clore jot-IN CLORE BllSi11lf.Y.Y Manager SALES MANAGER CIRCULATION MANAGER Eloise Palmorc john Long SALES ASSISTANTS Hugh M001 head Bettie Millikin Martha Adams ADAMS LoNc PALMORE Mooiufnmn Mn.I,nuN IXI f,xl,mx'll,l, 5 I 'I lin lfl NI s cnclllnllfm IH Il HQMIII IU00 ol ulmll Sllllll I l','llif1H"ill lfllirf N, mx , Vlxul vu CZIUHVIIIVS, Nwvm' lfflilm xxx COLUMNISTS Row one Cantrill Dallavo Samara Crowdus Hanauer Baynham Lyle Lyons Row two Clark Wooldridge Williams Sanders Conner Row three Bruner Murray Jennings Jackson R010 four Kling Hocknday Kernel ditorial Staff MANAGING EDITOR IZDITOR-IN-CHIEF NICWS EDITOR john li. Samara jim M. Caldwell VlllCClll Crowdus 'XSSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR ASSOCIATIC EDITORS .'XSSlSTAN'l' NICNVS EDITOR B071 AUIIIIOIIS Mildred Murray jim Wooldridge Bush Brooke SPORTS ICDITORS SPORTS YVRITTCRS Roy Sleinforl Harold Winn jim Brown john Carrico june Davis Hudson jackson SOCIETY EDITOR SOCIETY NVRITERS ASSlS'l','XN'l' SOCIETY ICDITOR Laura I.ee Lyons Anne Conner Margaret Canlrill Helen Powell Mary Lyle Sara l-'isher Dawson Hawkins CAR'l'0ONlS'l'S PROOI-'R'liADl2RS Agnes jennings Franres Pollock .1 Ben johnson . 'XII Allenhy E. Winer john lid Pearce Fred Hill john Spicer jean Williams Pal I-lananer Patricia Snider Bob Conway Belly jane Pugh Celia Bedcrman Warren Shonerl Alice Kling Marianne Hewitt Lyshelh Wallace l':il72lilClil Brown R li PORTERS Ann Saunders Roland Rogg jack Baker Frances jenkins Lois Ogden Royce Taylor Philip Orr jane Meyers Minla Anne Hockaday xfllllll' Sanders enhy 'li. Winer jolm Long Hal Hackett jane Baynhani Bill Pcnick Sam Brents jane Noble jane Chcsnut jae Marshall john Dallavo Virginia Clark Dick Brnncr Donald Lail AIJVI'IR'I'ISINCi S'I'AI"I K rn l iness Staff IIIISINICSS MIXNIXKIIIII Clllzlrlcs A. S111itl1 SI'ICRI'1'I'AIU' Mary I.o11isc Naive IRC I I X I ION NIA1 I I R .XSSISI 1 111 IIIIQIILS I"1':111k I'c11t1i11g11111 111111 XIx11s1111 -luck IxIIfNlfIII Hills-nmr-vor Alvcrson Wilson J. 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NIIIII s 0 Nllltt now i11 sclmol Ill. llsu SIIIDSIIIII Anotltu Illl 1111 l1:1111lI111g pus. l11a11I1l1t11111 to IIIIIIIIIIIJI lI1t 1 IIIIIDIIS 1111ssI11p11 1114 the W11,11r 111 K111 prints 'I III K11 111 ul tI1c Cx n11111Ll1t sl IIIOII I111II1t111s fiIIARI.I-IS A. 5111111 lI11.1i111'.t.1' 1Ilr111r1g'1'r' 4 ortar oard IIONORARY I"RA'l'lCRNI'l'Y FOR SICNIOR XVOMICN l"rm11rl1'1I nl .S'4x'1'4lr'11.w' UlIf1l!'l'Slly in 1918 Ii.x'lr1hli.s'lu'1l on IYIIIIIIIIN in l920 P U R POSE 'l'l1e purpose ol' Morlzn' Iloanxl is lo aulv:n1c'e llie spiril ol' service and fellowship :nnong University women: lo inuinlnin Il high slznulznxl ol' sc'l1ol:n'sl1ipg and lo recognize znul encourage leznrlership. FACUL'I'Y ADVISIERS Nlilclred Lewis Suruli Holmes M Il M ISIC RS I N FAC I IL' I'Y Snruli lllancling Lolo Robinson OFFICERS BILLIIC Rfwmoxn , . . IYIARIAN VAl.I.l':,x1l Douorllv Hn.l, . . .IICAN Mfxlulfz LICCONNI-1I.I, M ICM BERS june! Fergus Helen Horlzuzlicr I'lI'1lllCCSI'IlIlIlIIlIl Gladys Kilpznriek Dorothy Hill -jenn Marie Mcfloiniell Row one Raymond Row two Hill Valleau Row three McConnell Kilpatrick Zenger Fergus Horlacher Hannah Doris Seward NIIll'j.fIIl'Cl Lester . l'rf'xirlc11l Ifirrf'-Pr1r.vi1l1f11l S1'1'I'1fIrlry 'I'r1'as11r1fr Billie Rayniond Marian Vnlleznl Doris Zenger micron elta Kappa MEN 'S LICADICRSHI P I"RATliRNl'l'Y l"rml11le1l at l'Vn.rlzingIvm and Lea in 191-I lf.rlal1lislzr'rl rm !'llllIflH.l' in 1,925 PURPOSE Omicron llelta Kappa is a national organization which recognizes outstanding junior and senior men in the various phases ol' campus lil'e. Men are selected on an earned point system and clcctccl to membership by the circle. 'l'he circle recognizes mcn who have attainecl high slantlarcls in collegiate activities and in- spires others to strive lor conspicuous attainment along similar lines. FACULTY ADVISER M. li. Potter MIEMBICRS IN I"AClll,'l'Y Henry Beaumont Al. Huntley Dupre R. D. Mclnlyre Albert Kirwan Adolph Rupp R. W. Spicer .james Shropshire Gene Meyers CZ. R. Melcher Roy Moreland M. li. Potter H. H. Downing' C. Davis lluckner james May litlwarcl Weist OFFICERS l.. Il. Horlacher Frank I.. McVey W. ll. lfunkhouser l'. P. lloyd llllOlll1lS l'. Cooper William S. Taylor W. li. l"reen1:ln jlttvnzs WINI-1, Ula. . . . . lvcsizlenl IOIC R. jonusmv l'11'1'-l'r1'sirlr'11l jim CAr.mvr:t.t. . S!ff'l'l'ffll'j' Hmvtu' lltcAt1MoN't' R.u.t'ti lCnw.ums .john H. Clarke -lim Caldwell John Clore Morry Holcomb MEMBERS John Httnsaker .joe johnson, jr. Arthur Rouse Charles Smith Carl Staker 'I"r'1'nsll'r'1'r flllllllllf fI1l1fi.w'r James W. Wine, jr. Granville Clark Mark Cochrane Harry Denham Row one Johnson Row two J. Clarke Caldwell Wine Clore Row three Cochrane Holcomb Smith Staker G. Clark Rouse Hicxkr lili.-KUMON'l' 'I 'rr'1t.v ll rc r flll May 'l, l925, Nu Circle of Omicron Dffffil Kappa was installed on the University f'iflllIJlIS. 'l'he reason for the establishment. of this group was to recognize the leadership fptalities of students in their campus activities. hince its induction it has found its place high in the esteem of the faculty, students, and gen- Cl'2tf public by carrying out its purposes which 2ll'C efforts toward the betterment of the Uni- versity. Some of the major projects of Omicron Del- ta Kappa have been the institution ofa drive which resulted a few years later in the erection Of thc Student. Union Building. Another was the sponsorship of the movement, to erect :1 memorial to our retiring President, Dr. Frank L. McVey, which was satisfied by the hanging of a huge bronze plaque in the main library. During the past year, Omicron Delta Kap- pa established an annual homecoming carni- val which was begun with a performance by the Gymkana Troupe from the University of Illinois, followed by a gigantic celebration concluding with a homecoming ball. The annual all-campus sing which Omicron Delta Kappa and Cwens jointly sponsor has created Nl. 'li. l'0'l"l'ICR f"lll'IIffjl ,'lrl1ti.tcr competition among University organizations in group singing. A tag sale was managed by this group dur- ing the week of each home football game and the organizations with the highest number of sales were recognized by the presentation of trophies. The proceeds from the sale went into a fund to further campus beautification. Its purpose was to make the students land- scape conscious and to have a feeling of pride in the care of the University property. Each year. Nu Circle plays host to members of the Kentucky general assembly. By this means the legislators are brought closer to the problems confronting the students and the school. 'l'here are many men throughout the state who have rendered valuable services to the school and to the state who have been recog- nized by Omicron Delta Kappa by confer- ring honorary membership upon them. For the present, Omicron Delta Kappa is laying the foundation for a vigorous campaign to obtain a field house and swimming pool. plus many minor projects for which there is a dehnite need on the campus. Row one Nash Conrad Riddell Kgrraker A en Slmonton Row two Cochrane Morris Bode Clay Hall Row three Raine Cook McConathy Lamp and ross SENIOR IIONORARY FOR MEN lfillllllllfll al the Uni1,fer.rily of lffrfilzlclcy in LOU? PURPOSE The purpose olf Lamp and Cross is lo recognize qualities ol' leadership among oulsLanding members olf the senior class. J. Richard johnson .IUIIN B. Commn Gi-:Nic Rmni-zu. . SAM SlMoN'l'oN BILL Nasn Bill Karraker, Della Tau Della FACULTY ADVISER T. R. Bryant MEMBERS IN FACULTY William H. Kinglon, Lambda Chi Alpha james G. Cook, Sigma Nu john C. Ilofle,Dclla Chi Glenn Clay, Alpha Gamma Rho joseph Raine, Sigma Phi Epsilon james Mcflonalhy, Alpha Gainm Robert Allen, lnrlcpendcni a Rho Bart Peak OFFICERS MEMBERS A. D. Kirwan . . l're.rirIm1l ViL'lf-l,1'I'.Vi!llf7ll . Sccrrrln ry 'I'r1'as11rr'r Mayor Morris, Phi Kappa Tan John ll. Conrail, Phi Kappa Tau H. Mark Clochrane, Alpha Sigma Phi llulord Hall. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Gene Riddell. Phi Della 'I'hela Sam Simonlon, Lamlxla Chi Alpha llill Nash, Sigma Alpha Epsilon all 13 B S JUNIOR MliN'S HONORARY I'i0II7Nf!f!l ul ilu' Ullf1'lfl'Sflj' of Ix'1'nlurky in 1000 as "1l'lysIir: I?" PURPOSE The purpose ol' Lances is to recognize outstanding junior inen. support all things llial bellel' the University, and lo present il cash seliolarsliip lo an oulslancling junior nian. Romain' Si-kfwl-:Ns . Russlcl.l, Gklcslmiu . S'1'ANl.m' W. Pl-ZNN,-x l'.1xni. Colinas Clyde Calvert l,eonard Grealliouse liarl Hadclcn II. William Hedges Row one Perma Combs Spragens Row two Lee Price Calvert Hedges Sebree Row three Mahan I-Ilslop Ramsey Penick Jones I-Iadden Hiram johnson Stanley l'enna FACUIXFY ADVISER Dean Lyslc W. Croft OFFICERS MEMBERS 'l'lunnner jones ,Mlmlison W. Lee, l XVallacc I-Iislop Thomas Mahan Russell Grcshznn Robert Spragens . . I'r4'.virl1'nI l'il'lf-Pl'l3.YfI1l'lll . .S'1'1.'l'1'l1lr'y Tl'l'IlXllI'Cl' William l'enick Bruce Price Lloyd H. Ramsey llronslon llfflllllllll Gaines Sehree Paul Combs Cwe NATIONAI. HONORARY FOR SOPHOMORIC XVOMICN Irllllllllffll ul Ihr: Unizzwxvily of 1'illsInu'g'lL in lU22 f'i.YlIlIIIiSIllffl on mmpux in l93l PURPOSIC 'l'he purpose ol' Givens is to estzthlish und mzlintuin chapters ol' Cwens in colleges :mtl uni- versities lor the sake ol' fostering Iczulership, scrholznship, :intl fellowship znnong the women ol' the sophomore CIZISSI to promote leztclership :among l'reshmen women: to serve to promote the interests ol' the college or university in every wny possihle :mtl to stlpervise and direct these ehztpters in the attainment ol' their common itleztls. I+'ACIUI,'l'Y ADVISICRS Sztrzth ll. Ilolmcs Mary K. Montgomery OFFICERS Sm.-ut lltaxxv . Mtrmuvin hllllllill' AIHHII-1 Romulus . All-1,-tw Wtl,l.l,u1s llorolhy Angle Nl2ll'g'lll'0l Ashnry lost-phine llilllltillllll Myrtle llinkley june llirk .leztnnette Graves Sflllill l'l1lgCllilllK'll MICMHICRS I,orr:tine llnrris Muriel Meiselntanm Llztne Meyers lletty Pzttlclison llettyAIz1nel'ugh Mary Rion Wilm:tS:1ltnon ltln Schoene ,l. . l'r1'.vi1lnnl I iil'l'-I'I'1'Nflll'lIf Srrr1'lr1 ry l'l'Il.X ll rrr Agnes Smith Mzthel Wnrnettlee lloyre Rogers Sztruh Denny Mildred Murray jenn Williams jonn Tztylor R010 0116 Schoenc Graves Murray Rogers Denny Row two Pugh Williams Taylor Birk Buuldnuf Smith Row three Hagcnbuch Harris Blnklcy Salmon Warncekc Rlon 5 g Row one Kinnalrd Eschborn Lail Morrow Aicken Lowrey Row two Lathrem Allen McElroy Kirkpatrick Sawyer Row three McCord Bohnak SOPHOMORE MENS HONORARY PURPOSE Keys is an honorary fraternity for sophomore men composed ol' one rcprcscnlzilive from each social I'r:llcrnity on the campus whose aim is lo promote better friendship inlcr-fralcrnally. FACULTY ADVISER I-I. B. Moore OFFICERS Dfwm XVALKICR KINNAIRD . . . . I're.rirlr-nt SAM A'rmNs Mokuow . iiifl'-l,l'I'Si!llfIIi JACK AICKIQN . . . S1'1'r1'Iary RM.vn J. Esonnouw 7'rr'asur1fr MEMBERS Leonard Allen, Alpha Gamma Rho Donald Lziil. Phi Kappa Tau Ralph Eschborn, Alpha Tau Omega Harold Lalhrem. Phi Sigma Kappa joe Bohnak. Della Chi Samuel McElroy. Pi Kappa Alpha Arthur Sawyer, Della Tau Della Robert hl0lllg0lllCl'l', Sigma Alpha Epsilon David McCord, Kappa Alpha Sam Morrow, Sigma Chi Oscar Hayes, Kappa Sigma Harold Trader, Sigma Nu Gene Kirkpatrick, Lamlula Chi Alpha jack Aicken, Sigma Phi Epsilon David Kinnaird, Phi Dalia Thfla XValter Lowrcy, Triangh' james Perry, Phi Kappa Tan lpha ambda 'l'he purpose 0 JIQANNI-:'l"l'l1: Clmvlas I,llCll.l,l-I llk0wN M,-nu' Rum NATIONAL FRESHMAN HONORARY lfoundefl al llzc Uvrizfersily of Illilmix in I92-I Iislalllislufzl on CIUIIIIILS in I9-I0 PURPOSE Row one Brown Graves Snider Wurnecke Salmon Rlon Row two Pugh Jnggers Harris Blrk Row thrcc McComith Hayes Riddle the l'reslunen women. l' Alpha Lamlnla Della is Lo foster scholarship among lm hrzlrolarsl-1 .lane llirk Frances Bogie Lucille Brown lilizaheth Chapman -leannene Graves Lorraine Harris .lane Hayes FACllI.'l'Y ADVISICR Dr. Alberta Server Ol"l"lCI'1RS MEMBERS Frances .laggers Laura McConaLhy jane Meyers llellylIanel'ugl1 'lean Reynolds Dorothy Riclcllc . . l'r1:.ri1I1ml Vil'l'-Pl'l!.Yilll!lll .S'm.'ralrn'y TI'lfIl5Il rm' Mary Rion ' llercline Ruclieel Wilma Salmon Ida Schoenc Patricia Snider Shirley 'Vhomas Mabel Warnecke Y R010 four SuKy Circle Plil' 0RGANlZA'l'lON lfoullrlual al llu' Lf1Il1'f'I'Sifjl of K1'llllll'lly in I92lI l'l,lRl'OSE The purpose ol' Suliy Circle is the promotion :intl CllC0lll'2If,fClllClll ol' school spirit in the sluclenl hotlv: active support ol' the University zuhletic progrsunz :incl nluintenauice ol' the trutli- tions ol' the czttnpus. SAM Ewtxo Btt,t.v llxczttsox If.-XCll1.'l'Y A DVISICR Coletnztn Smith OFFICERS hi.-KMII-I Sxvnt-:R . Elini-:sr H.nuus Rollie :Xslutrst Curtis llattlntgurt Matrlltan llooher lner Maury Ann lllevins .Xlvin Cluuuhers Dirk Clinkeuhez Weldon Cohl Ann Davis Bob Davis Stun Ewing jack Gaines joe Gayle Row one Roszell B. Jackson Ewing Harris Snyder Row two Gayle Baumgardner G. Goblin Reid W. Coblln Rice Row three Pettus Hunter Porter Short M. Nickerson Massle Davis Terrell Ashurst Gerald Chambers Zcvllson andolph J. Jackson Blevins Rose in ml MEMBERS Phyllis Clernltl liruesl llztrris Ross lltnuer Billy tlztckson 4lllCliAIlI1'lxS0ll Maury Kemp Rolztntl l.:unh joe Mztssie Dztvitl McCord Maury Nickerson Robert Nickerson . . l're.ric1cnI I'i1'c-Prmirlmtl . Slfl,'?'l'lIll'Jl Trz'n.r1mrr Willituu Patliner .lint l'orler 'l'out l'ettus lNl:u'joric Rztntlolph Currie l.ou Reitl llohhy Rive Kntlnyn Roszell Gerald Seliztller Buford Short Mamie Snyder George 'l'errell Louise Wilson Irflllllfllffl nl Ihr' I!r1i1ufrsily of .-llrtlmnlrt in lv?-I PURPOSIG "'l'lte purpose ol' Wl1o's Xvllll is to create one national basis ol' recognition lor students. devoid ol' politics, initiation fees, and dues was conceived by its l'ounder a ntunber ol' years ago. For lottr years it has published a book containing the biographies ol' outstanding students in Anterican universities and colleges as wtell as every phase ol' activity in the college world. lt ts designed to be a book ol' value to llle college library, to the business and social world, and to tlle students l,llClllSClVCS.U-l'lUl'CW0l'll, I9-I0 XVlto's Who. M ICM ILERS CIol.t.ict:t'1 or l'1nttc:.t't :oN COl,l.l'1Gl'10I" Atrrs ltxn St:tt':xcias .lane Ann livans, Cleveland Heights, CIot.t,t':ot: ot-' l'lNGlNI'1l'.RlNfl Vernon Iidward Albert, Harlan Carl B. Staker, Maysville fi0l.l.l'1fil'1 or latw Xtrgtl lx. lleasley. Lexington fiUl,l,l',ffl'1UI- tlomrttmuzt-. john li.i1otn'atl.lJry Ridge Williznn H. liarraker. Lexington C. Rollins lVood, lllootnlield Ohio Clos.: Robert V. Allen, Covington -lzunes M. Caldwell, Lexington Alolin lid Pearce, Norton, Va. Lida Belle Howe, Lottisville llillie Pat Raymond,Louisville Virginia Smith, Lexington ,I-1r:t4ot-' Arauc:ut.'rutu1: Kilt-nn W. Clay, Myers Ilolin G. Cllore. l'rospet:t Sam R. l'1wing..lr.. Louisville Helen Horlacher. Lexington Margaret Trent. Lexington Gladys Kilpatrick. Lexington Row one Caldwell Ewing Clorc Allen R010 U00 Conrad Albert Kilpatrick Knrrnker Row three Smith Horlacher Striker Beasley Clay Row jour Wood Howc Pearce Raymond Evans Trent -0N""i- rf 'IW' J dk. 5 N ,, Reg AGRlCUl.'l'URI2 BUILDING L J. ll g 1 ultur Dr. 'I1h0l1l'l9 1' .. oe Cooper has been Dean ol' Lhe College ol? Agriculture and Director of the Agrieiullnral lixpcriinem Slalion since Jan- uary l, 1918. He has specialized in studies of farm organization and farm managemenl 'md is llie author ' '- . ol several lmll ' ' ' ctms .mel rcporls on 2lgYiClllllll'il l sulnjeels. Cooper .i i i orlzwher ssisl int Dem L. j. I-Iorlzielicr ol' the Agri- e C eg.,e was horn in l"rankl'orl, lncli- Q mi He gi lllllllCil from Purdue University olml ll iecl his M. S. from Kansas Stale Col- .l lege lle li is 1 l'l1. D. degree. He is a member A ieiienn Soeiely ol' Animal Proclue- 2 ion inc the NJ :tional licluealion Association. ns been assistant Dean since l927, and s yen is m eliarge ol' 'ill . the leaching. xv lllll- f A' NU- L., A PK v w.,,f, Q ' N." , ""'+.I Dr I 'I' l3fl1g'2'U.f1', Illllllflzk' spu- ,-,,, X v . mul, lwlul ' ' imrll lz11sI1rulrI1'y. -.aww-' '- 99 V 65137, 1 i l'mfr'.x'.x'm' l.rl1m'r' .vlrllrlur in farm IlIIlHllLfl'llll'lI Hum zfillr' Alr'rl1l1'. Dr Slulir' ffI'ilf.X'!lll, llunlr' nn' .-I. Iirrlrlfmvl, in- 1'm:1rm:ir'.v mul fIl?'lll, I I, lulhing zvilll Gln 11111: mrmrls. Sum Hllllgllllllhl mul Or- !'UH0lIlif'S pru- fr'.v.wr, mul Dr. 1J1'1w'y Slrwlw, lf'ur'lzf'r of nnrl rlmzlm of Q1 mlir 71 g'mu'lir-x "'- - .wil r1'l1. -, , -X - .- Mnrinn Vrlllrfnu, liwfrlyal lx'1'11n1:1ly, nnrl Mary f'fI,7l'fl1 Sflllilflfl' fluff, lwflj nl nvurlc in ilu' l'0.YfHllI!' flr'.x'1'g':li11g' ,I!llUV'IIfO?'4V. lVlfI7'lQ'1-If Smilh, lffhlfflllilll' fllzrlrm, and Srmrrzr lI'nral flop, riglzlj mrllcrf fowl .vlurlirs in Ihr' funrlx lnImrnlrn"v. Aflrlrllm Ilr1rr'i.wrl, liwm lfrmw, I"'rn11r'r'.v liffrwrl, mul Imixlfz fllowm, fl1ullunl,lr'flj r'l1r'r'l: llrrf qllnlily nj rnllx lH'I'!1lII'CIl in llnf Vlllllfillg' Inlzornlurlv. ,.f'l'.S'lIl lvlowrn mul I"1'rr11r'f'.x' limrfl Ulnllmn, righlj jmmlirrf l'UUliilI4LI' in lllr' r'rml:inIq' lrllnurnlrwy. janmv lsfm, Porter Rfflll, and Gfralfl Sz'l1aHf'r U011, llfflb nf zunrlc on trnrlm' !'HgllIl'.S' in lim agri- c11ll111'1: I'lIg'llII'Ifl'llIg' lrrlmmlrwy. Cyril I.11c'lr1'll flllfl. 'riglzlj runs nn ariclily lm! on mill: in lllr l!lllUl'IIl0I'y for nmrlml mill: mul c'lzr:1'.x'c. llulufrl llmfix llmllnm, lwflj sjflils fl lamb r'arm,v,y 744,110 nllzvr clnxx menllnmx' Inzlrllm' f'r1rc'1l.x1x' lmlwnv inln lmzawlzolrl mils. lfrmljllz Rrwl Clmllmn, rigllIQ calrllm zz lamb for L',WllIIlllflll0lI by n rlnxs in livcxofl: jzzflgizzg ul ilu' slorl: jumilimz. R010 0716 Tuttle Barlow Horlnchcr Butler Harris Clay Row two Grllllth Hardesty Clark Fergus Trent Row three Baird Ison Johnston A ri ulture Conn il 'l'lie Agriculture Council is composed of the presidents of all orgnnimlions and il l'cw other selected sluclenls in the College ol' Aj.fl'iCllllllI'C. ll. is :L C00l'dlllllllllg body lor the College of Ag- ricullure. Gl.r:NN CLAY . ISHN Hll'll.I'lR . . ffllRlS'l'lNl'1 Blnu.ow 'lolm 'l'll'I"I'l.l1l Ernest L. Harris "l'hom:1s Harclcsly Glenn Clay Cllrislinc Barlow Helen Horlzuzlier JIIIICL Fergus FACULTY ADVISIER Dean L. J. Horlucher OFFICERS MEMBERS Floy Russell Nlzn'g:n'eL Ilriscoe Robert Baird -jznnes Crowley llen Butler . . l'rnsl'rI1:nl lfirz'-Pr1'si1lm1 I . S1'r'rrfl1lry Tran.v1n'w' William F. tlohnslone Jol1n'l'llLlle A Frank E. Clark james lson M:n'g:u'cl 'l'renl. Rolmcrl. Grillllh lpha Zeta HONORARY AGRICULTURE FRA'l'ERNl'l'Y Foumlml nt Ohio Slnlc llllf1N'T.YHJl in 1897 Eslnlzlislzcrl on camjms in l9I2 PURPOSE The purpose ol' Alpha Zeta is to promote the profession of agriculture: to develop high standards of scholarship, character, leadership, and a spirit olf fellowship: to unite outstanding technical men: to further achievement: to strive for breadth of vision, unity ol' action. and ae- complishment of ideals. FACULTY ADVISERS Lawrence A. Bradford William C. Templeton, Jr. OFFICERS lll'1NJAMlN J, Bll'l'l.I'lR . . JollN G. Croma . . JAMES lsoN . . . ES'l'll.L Nol-'lfslxolitt . . -Il'1Wl'Il.I. COl.l.lVl'IR . Jnlllts Mc:Cox'x'rttv Everett J. Beers William O. Blandford Harry M. Boyd Frank E. Clark Glenn W. Clay John Crowe Robert C. Davis Kenneth England Kenneth Fugett Joe A. Gayle Julian Elmo Gillespie Leonard Gooch MEMBERS Leonard Greathousc Robert B. Grifhlh Jewell Colliver James McConathy William Farris James L. I-lardesty Ernest L. Harris Maurice Humphrey William F. Johnstone Clillord Martin John Montgomery Row 07l-6 E. Noffslnger Butler Ison Clore Row two Beers Colliver Clark Clay McCona.thy Row three Crowe Davis Gooch Montgomery Harris Farris Boyd Row four Pettus Griffith T. Noflslnger Humphrey Rogers Witten Stapleton Overheld Dana C. Card Clzanccllor . Crfnsur . . Srrrilm 7'Vl'll.YllI'1'I' C,ll'0lIf!'l1'lA C uirlr' Michael Nelson William Earl Netherland Terrell Noflsinger Ralph Overlield Thomas N. Pettus Frank Rogers Willie Stapleton Stoy Witten Benjamin J. Butler John G. Clore Ja mes Ison 'Estill Nollsingcr lo k and ridl A NIMAI. H USBA N DRY I-IONORA RY PURPOSE 'l'he purpose ol' Block and llridle is to promote a higher scholastic standard among the students ol' animal husbandry: to promote more interest at inter-collegiate judging' contests by presenting suitable awards: to bring about a closer relationship among men pursuing some phase ol' animal husbandry as a profession: to encourage students to lake up animal husbandry in some phase as a profession. FACUI.'l'Y ADVISERS Dr. W. l'. Garrigus Professor E. j. NVill'o1'd Dean I.. j. Horlaeher OFFICERS CLIILNN CLAY . . . Elan lill'l'l.ER . FRANK E, CLARK j0IIN Tll'l"l'l.l-I . . fil.ll"'l'0N H,tiun':s'lr . . MEMBERS l'rol'essor E. S. Good Professor Fordyce Ely . 1'r0sirI1rnl lfirrn-l'r'1fsirlr:nI . S1'l't'14lrlrjv 'l'r1fr1.m rr' r Mnrslull james llarnllill E. lleers, r. james Blue Terry Campbell jolm ll. Clay jolm C. Clore jewell Colliver john Crowe Dan Cnlton Robert Davis Sain Ewing Estil Noll'sing,ger I'errell Nollsinger Ralph Overlield 'l'. Il. Forbes William Farris Richard Foy Kenneth Fugelt joe Cayle Clyde Cilliam l.eonard Creathouse Leonard Cooczh Stanley Hager Clifton l-lardesty Clenn Harney Ed Pasco Ted Paseo 'l'om Peltus Carl Porter Frank Rogers Harold Simpson Charles Smith Warren Thompson Ernest Harris Kenneth Helton Emory Horn james lson james Lee Otto l,oseh james MeConathy Robert. McConnell Louis Marker john Montgomery Earl Netherland james 'l'hornton james NVilson William jolmstone William llewley Chester Brown joe Claxon james Corbin james Crowley 'llhomas Dully Kenneth England Roy Hunt Don Kclls Leslie Moore Ed Stamper Willie Stapleton jolm 'Fhompson ll 1 l I1 3' , . , , I ,ps 1 lidward Royster Stoy Witlen - . Q' V - W- ,. ..a - ,,, t 54 ft E ,w lt jjj 1 , 9 . ' ' i 1 "f v-5 in V I M 25.- .J jr, , . . if j If 4 1 V l i .will Ai ,tj , 4 W " ,5 ga .5 - P '- F ig, t x . 412 'r" it ' -1 'v , ,Mr I -f" . . 2? j ail "v',f,,j ' 4 A A 1 Row one Tuttle Butler Smith Clark Ewing Clore G. Clay Row two J. Clay Davis Notfsinger Harris Beers Montgomery McConathy Royster Row three Thompson Simpson Horn Harney Rogers Colllver Stapleton Blue Lcc Row four Losch Bonta iff j - i 4 4 Q K f ,4 I I ,W V . 1 , v- 1 'li I f Alla, ' f . if ' X .Eff x g if t 4 Q' A - N .fr X , ' ' :. ' f 1 . ' i 4 W , K l , t ,. , 2 t ' l , H lr , ..t. t , x A',t - I M Q .3 fgj Marker A 5-543 Gooch Kclls Hager 1 Ison 1- . Farris Ovcrheld Row five f Pcttus Gayle 1 . V.-A y -1 Crowe .:.f. ,,V- ' Hairdestv ' Campbell O f" Fugett 1 ii Johnstone Campbell ly ' Q ' . r 1 tl' if A' it " i J lf J' f i tt 4 y r Y. f I J if V ' ,. . t l . t..t.. ' - 1 ff 'E f . .igwf at-P '-. tg H wg, at . 1 y t o ' l . f tit it W 'tit ' t at P -t " ' W i ii... "Z f v . . f f' gif" Q I ' ' ffffli 1 4 ,,t' on er ' t ,ttrt y ,L 4, Q 9 1 ill W F l I Foy f , wir Q-,YN , j x 1 1' 'L jwxtlz 1' Iflfzkratis, flllczidnnl: I,trl.,t l'lmm-xtuw. Queen: NI turzxtuf r il-lll'.N'l', ,-lllrurlfml I-IELD NOVEMBER l"ll"TEENTH ANI! SIXTEENTH AT TI-IE LIVESTOCK PAVILION ON THE AGRICULTURE CAMPUS A highlight, ol' the autumn activities ol' the College ol' Agriculture is the Fall Festival sponsored by the Block and Bridle Club through the cooperation ol' all the organiza- tions in the College. The function of the festival is to oller stu- dents in the college the experience of plan- ning such a show and to provide entertain- ment in a traditional rural manner to rt large number ol' visitors that attend the celebrated occasion. This year the ofhcials ol' the festival celebrated the twentieth anniversary ol' the event. Along with the show Alpha Zeta carried out the customary crowning ol a queen elected by vote ol' the men students in the College ol Agrictttlture. Miss Lula Hibberd, Muldraugh, was crowned queen to reign over the Iirst night ol' the l'estivit.ies. I-Ier attendants were Miss Margaret Trent, Lexington, and Miss 'Ianet Fergus, also of Lexington. As a new attraction, l'hi Upsilon Omictron I'eat.ured the Coronation ol' a king and the se- lection ol' two knights who reigned over the second night ol' the show. Glenn Clay, Lex- ington, was elected king while Frank E. Clark. Frankfort, and XfVilliani O. Iilandlord, Leba- non, were dubbed knights. They were chosen by vote ol' the women in the College ol' riculture. RON! 07146 Horlacher Riggs Fergus Feland H111 Kilpatrick Trent Agnew Row two Triplett Valleau Cox Rowe Hibberd Row three Stutzcnbergel' Allen Klapp Johnson Row four Cherry Gulley Sebree hi silon micron I-IONORARY HOMIE ECZONOMIKIS l"RA'l'l'1RNI'l'Y lfoullflccl al llm Ulli'1!l'!'.Vily of llHllll,l!.Y0ltl ill IQU9 Inslnllnzl on L'amj111s in I9l2 PURPOSE The purpose ol' Phi llpsilon Omierou is to establish and strengthen bonds olf l'riendship: to promote the moral and intellectual development ol' its members: to advance and promote home economics. Dr. Static Erikson Marie Barkley -IAN l'1'l' l"lCRGlIS . . Nl11'l"l'lu Rloos . Mll.IDlll1Ill Aram-nw Donor: IY Him, Mildred Agnew jane Allen Sonia Berkowitz Elizabeth Feland Gladys Kilpatrick Marion Valleuu Mildred Cox l"ACllL'l'Y ADVISERS Myrtle Weldon OFFICERS MEMBERS janet Fergus Dorothy Hill Helen Horlacher Ella Landrum Lula Hibberd Margaret SLlllZCl'lbCl'gCl' Dorothy Klupp Pauline johnson Ronella Spiekard Dorothy 'l'hrelkeld . . Pr1'sifIe1lL lfice-l're.s'irlr:r1I . Szferemry 1'1'U1lSlI7'K7 Nettie Lee Riggs Eva Rowe Margaret '1'reut Sara Triplett Roberta Cherry Margaret Gullcy Kathryn Sebrec I om wionomics Club PURPOSE 'l'l1e lJlll'lJOSC ol' ll1e Hunle l'il'0II0llIlCS Clnlm is lo ll'illll zlelive :nnl ellieienl leznlers lllllllllg young WOIIICII lol' ll0lllC :nnl Clllllllllllllly lile :nnl lo I'111'11isl1 OlJlJ0l'lllllllf' llll'0llglI n1'g:111iz:nio11 lol' p1'ol'essif111:1l activities. flllRlS'IlNl'l ll.x111.o11' S.-nu 'l'1z11-1,1c'1"1' . M1'11'1'1.1: lS1N1i1,1.1' CI.x'1'111c1z1x1a lllkfil Do1'oll1y Angle C1l11'isli11e lS111'lr1w l'1lil:1l1ell1 n2ll'lll'll Sonia lie1'kuwiIl Nl1'1'lleI'1i11kley llcnmllly Iloslieix xllll'l0ll lll'2l1ll'0l'll llslfel Il1'z1ngl1lr111 'll'1lll1'll1' lllnin RUlN'l'l1lfllll'l'I'y fl2IlllK'l'lllC CKNIIICI' lf1':1111'cs Collis MiIcl1'eclCox llClll2lll cll'0lJlbCl' Helen Cllllllll Many Davis Sue Df111'so11 C:1tl1e1'i11e Di:1c'ln111 F.'XCIlll.'l'Y AIJYISI-ZR lJ1'.Sl:1lic lfl'lliS0ll Olfl"lCIlCRS NlliMl'1l'IRS lili7:1l1ell1 Donnell xl,Clll Bush l,0H'flCll l':1lsyIJ1':111e lean Iillioll lf:11'll1:1 lillis Mz11'yN.lCllis lJ111'isli11luw lilif:1l1ell1 l'.i'lilIlll Ulunel Fergus .Xnn l'l0l'll lillll' 11. I-'url X11'g11n:1i-111 iQe11evic1'e Gee Nancy Comlili Alz11'g'n14el flfllllillll AI0sepl1i11eCL1':111l Nl:11'g:11'e1 Gnlley . . l'1'rsfrlr'11l I 'ir'rf-l'1'r'.virlm1l . X!'I'l'f'llll'j' I l'l'll.YlII'!'I' I,o1'1':1i11eH:11'1'is -lane Hayes l.11l:1 HiI1l1e1'1l llelen l'l0l'l2lf'llCl' Gene jones .lC1lll'l0Il1'S lCsll1e1'li11lI1 l'll'2lIll'l'S Ken1l:1ll Nl:11'1' li. l.e11'is R11ll1 I,ilIo11 lielly Xl2lCfll'Cg0l' Hazel Marlin I.eisl:1Mu1':111 lf1':111z'es NlUl'gCl'SUll liclnn Neslmell Nellie I.ee Riggs Nlilclrerl Roberts l'1IlIllllC Rfliljlllllllllll Xl l'llRl'OSlC 'l'lrL: plirpusx' ul' Ilic llliiuwsily 'l-ll Clluln is In gal nurlnlncrs into a Vlllll wliilu llllfl' :mr in mllvgc-. l".XC1lil1IY .'XllX'l5l".R II. XV.Wl1ilclml1sc: 0l"lflK1l'.R.S lzuxl-.sr llaiuus . . CIIIKISIINIC ll.XlLI,0lV llolmrliv ANra.1c . . l'VIl.l.IAN .jnlixxifmia , , . MICH ISICRS Rolmcrl Prius Rolmcrll lX'lorn'c l"1'am'c-s Nlm'gci'smi ul. W. Smith Pauline Ruscnlmaum Rul:c1'ISi1clIy mlulmnic- Rzmclall Ilarry lloyrl William .lllllIlSlUllC llrnlalmir' llaiul Rnlmml Mm-xlwxx Alvan .lmwx Ilan flullmm l'lIlIlI1l'N 'Iimlwl lalw lGillSrl11ir-ilvi I.ula llilnlnmcl rlilllll 'l'llIIl4' llvlly l"r'laml KQlaclys'l'illnnl Sllsallll'rn1l 1.1-m:x'i1'u' 1,1-4' l,i1la Nl1I1'Slllll4'llJllI1l ll. l'. 'l lll2lhllt'l' llululiic' Rviima Carl llcll xllll, xxlllMlIl -l2lIlli'N Clmwlcy lirmrsl llarris :ll'gg,'a1'clSliim'iilnr1'gc:i .Xlliu lQCIlll1lll NlZII'll'll1lSIllllll flirralrl S1 liallcri' l.m'raimf llariis lic-mu-Ili.X.l"ugc:I1 Ralph Rvwl lim' llll' lrurlllvi' lxl'lllllt'liy -l-ll Kllulr l'l'1f.xi1lrfnI I illfl'-f,l'If,lfIlI?l1f .S'1'f,'w:lr1ry ISII VITY Stoy Wiltcli llurulI1yC1I:n'la l'1stlicrKallJ llolmvrl Ilzmla Agni-s Sulmlvll Nancy llyvrs Nlaix' Davis Sm' llawwli l'1u'lylillalliligal Nl:llll'1cm-iwiiluli lloris liiilow fillI'lSlllll' llarlow R. W. Nvcclliam lamcs R. Adams llomlliy llostick Pauline Slampm' Nl1!l'ySC1lI'Cy William nl. Sflim-ilci' illnllpll Row cm 1: 'l.....fW HUZUPUU GULUIIHKII Bllhlllllii PP! -Kiln Harris Angle Barlow Clay Bynrs J0llll5'l,Olll' Ncvdlmm 16010 lwn 'I'x'xLsl1z-1' Wilson Bostick Fcluncl Stutzvnbcrgvl' Word Scnrcy Boyd 'I'uLL11- Crowley SCll2l,ll'l'l' 'l'ilr,011 ' Now U1 rcc B011 l"up:c L l. Sliillllllil 1' Enlow Su lilwrland Kalb M4-show Dawson Davis Adams Salim-ltvx' Rvcd l I- N Ir X C ,AVG Row one Kelley Price Kells Russell Brown Browder Ison Goodpaster Row two Ely Berkman Cowgill Thompson Stamper Morrison Beers Clore Pettus Hardesty Row three Hill Carpenter Hixon Campbell Barnett Porter Stapleton Row four Hensley Routen Lewis Coleman Piper Cobb Row five Bryan Phillips Brandon Marker Wright Row six Click Reynolds Colllver F'arris air lub lfnulnlrrl ul ilu' llIlf7'l'l'.Yfl-V of Iy'e'nIm'ltr in Mi? PURPOSE 'l'he purpose ol' this organization is to provide closer contacts between students in the College ol' Agriculture majoring in tlairying. and leading men 'ol' the industry: to enable the tncl L re' to sponsor a lllilfl' rattle judging team: and to SIllllClllS to obtain employment 1 'xperiei c' . . recognize men in the state who have eontrtbnterl nnleh to the clatrying industry. FACULTY ADVISICRS Fm-qlygg lily j. 0. llarkman H. B. Morrison HONORARY M'liMlll-IRS john XV, Nutlgl- Adolph Moser M. D. Harrison C, tlsegn- Ewing lintil Von Allmen R. j. Shipman Perry ll. Gaines OFFICERS . . Prr'.ri1l1'nI l'i1'r'-l'Vr'.rirl1'nl . S1'e1'rflllt'y 'l'ren.r lll'1'l' Ct.nf'roN l-l.-xaotcsrr . . - - Louis lNl.'XRlil-IR . - Cttrzsrt-za llaowx . . 'l'ttoM.lxs N. Pt-:'rtt1s . . MICMBICRS Nl liugene Barnett Glenn Barton Carlantl llastin li. j. Beers H. li. llrantlon james llrowcler Chester Brown Bobby Bryan Ray Bunch Lee Calclirell 'l'erry Campbell Glenn Clay arshall Carpenter james Click john Clore 'lill0lll2lS Cobb Willie C. Coleman jewell Colliver john Cowgill john Crowe Dan Culton Reeves Davie Thomas Dully Kenneth linglancl Bill Farris john Fitch Leonartl Cooeh Robert Gooflpaster Clifton Harclesty Henry Hensley Harry Hill johnson Hill l-Elmer Hixson Don Kells Royal Kelly Louis Marker Alfred Pettus 'Vhotnas Pettus Cecil Phillips Robert Philpot jewell Piper Carl Potter Marvin Powers Robert Priee ll. A. Reynolds liruan Routen Iiclgar Russell Iiuan Ray Russell Iiclwin Stamper Willie Stapleton john I,. Thompson jimmy Hlright james Ison Mildred Agnew llrf111lcr.m1z AGN:-aw 'ro Roux-zlu' DAVIS -lzmc lillcn Allen lllfwllml, W. Va. Aggricullture ldwzlrd Clillun AllllllCl'lll2lll Lcxingtfm I uncs I'. Allll1lCl'lll2lll,.Il'. Cymlziuwm SE IIIR llclullc Arnold lf'mlll:fm'l C llrlslmc: Cc1'l1'mlc llnrlox flaw' Cily livcnrll lj. Ilccrs, jr. ,lzmlcs L. llluc, slr. llauncs Cecil llollli' I,1:xi11glrm lVrz1n:rly Paris Xl :ry lililulmcllx llcrmcll l'l:u'l'y M. lloyd ll. li. l'n':lmlon.,ll'- Mrlyfirflrl I'ml1mnll llflzrfl ,l lll'llllCllC lllnin Dry Ridge .Ivzm llurl nlillll Dry Rirlgr: I. . .mc c I,nI1nvrrm llill lllzmlml llfullins Their Activities 5 v MILDRICD A - ICW: l-lonie 12. "s Club. YWCA. Phi ll silon Otnicron O NIANIC lil.I.liN 1 lit ' onte liconotnics Club, Phi 'ilot " n 0 ' Y ' RD Cl,ll"'l'ON AMMICRMAN: Plant, 'hi Mu Alpha O .IAMICS P. AMN , tlAN, ml . HlCl.l ' ARNOLD 0 Cl'lRlS'l'lNl'I L1'2R'l'RllDli ILARLOW: President Shelby House. President l-lonie la noniics Club, Vice-Presi- lent 'I-H Club, Conunittee 210, YWCA, llouse Presidents Council, Secr ary Agriculture Council I lCVl'lR'l'1'l"I' ISlCl'1RS,.lR.: Lauces, Block and llritlle, Dairy Club, Alpha Canuna Rho 0 MARY l'Il.lZAlSli'l'l'l l1liNNl'I'l"l': Home i'it'0ll0IDilTS Club, YWCA, WA: Al'l'1ANli'l"l'li lll.AlN: Home liconotuics Cluh, YWCA, WAA 0 .IRAN llAR'l' lll.AlN 0 Wll AM 0. l'tl.ANDl"ORD: YMCA Senior Cabinet. Pitkin Club, Agronomy Club 0 Bll.l. lll.AN JN: Poultry Club 0 .IAMICS l.. llI.lll'l, IIR.: lllock and llritlle, Dairy Club, Poultry Club 0 .IA CS CliCll. l5ON'l'A: Block ancl llriclle. YMCA 0 HARRY M. BOYD: Alpha Zeta, tl-H Club, Ag roniy Cluh. l-lorti- ' l l A culture Club 0 H. li. BRANDON, -IR.: Dairy Club, loultry Cluh 0 IHCNUI IN ml. lSll'l'l,l'iR: ill'CSiliClll Alpha Zeta, President Horticulture Club. Vice-Presitlent Block a Bridle. Vice- 1 President Agriculture Council, Poultry Club, Dairy Club, YMCA, Livestock 'lu U' 'l'e:un 0 i 1 'l'l'1R'RY l,l'il'l CAMPISICLI.: Dairy Club. lllock autl liritlle 0 FRANK 'lC. CLARK: A ,lil Catn- nia Rho, Student Legislature, Alpha Zeta, Block anal liritlle. Vice-President lnte' raternity 1 Y l t t Council 0 CLICNN W. CLAY: Presitlenl Agriculture Council. lresitlent llloclt and itlle, Alpha Catnnra Rho, Alpha Zeta, Vice-Presitlent Poultry Club, President -I-I-l Club. I' up and Cross. lflorticulture Club, Secretary Dairy Club, Who's Who Among America .ollege Students. Agriculture College Fall Festival Ring. Livestock judging 'l'eatn O All - Q. CLORIC: Presitlent , Alpha Cauuua Rho, YMCA. Band, Presiileut Sophomore Class, f ' slant Business Manager 1 lflltl Reutuckian, Business Manager l9ll Kentuckian. Stutlent C ernment Association, Block anml llriclle, Otnicron Delta Kappa. Alpha Zeta 0 .IOIIN W. K' VClI.l.: Poultry Club, Dairy 5 Club 0 lNllI.DRliD ICLCIN COX: YXVCA, llonie liconotn' N Club, Kappa kappa fillllllllll 0 i MARTHA CRAVICNS: YWCA, liacteriology Society, tc licouotnics Club, -l-Il Club 0 CIJCNN I.. CRl'Il'iCllO IVRANCIQS D. CROIICP CA. llome i'il'UIltllllil'5 Club. -I-H Cluh 7 0 Hll " ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' lllR'l'lS DAVIS: Alpha Zeta. l.ixestock 'lntlging i earn. 75 4 S Ula: ' . il yiyIi:Lg,L7l3"'il7" 'l'erry Lee Czunphell Frank li. Clark Clenn W. Clay 'john C. Clore john W. Cowgill ' ll'al1'r Valley I"rrml.'forl Mywzv I'ro.vpvf'l l'lu'l:mnn 4 tlretllrllginl' ' , , . , . . Lexinqlml 'ox Martha Cravens Glenn I.. Creech Frances D. Crouch 1-lubert Woodrow Darts Robert Curtis DilYlSi " A forlonx C1112 A'il'l1!UlfIllLI':Q' Crl11tj:ln'llx11lll:f RIIXII l'nrl.v l l i Clullxcrinc llinchun Wm! Wnrwizrk, RJ. Palsy llrzmc I.nuis1filln 'l':n'ncr Dunlap, Alr. V If rsa i I I 1'.v lczm Phillips lillioll. Llfxiflglllll - NIGIVIIIZI Stark lillis Mu rruy lluln-rl ll:nwy'I'Lllis llnzwl Il. l,. lClmm'c Clzrmflrmrl, 'l'!fHll. Al hclcnc Iivzms llnzarrl Sum ll. Iiwinpj, l,m1i.wlilIn lczm FZll'Il'1Cl' M irlwny William Rohcrl l"IIl'l'IN lfrmywinlc lflilillllill lfclzmd Mirllllrflmivrz neil' Activities CAT? iR.lNl" IlIllN: Shelby lfous YWC1 ' rhontore t ntnission, Home l'It'onotnit's Cl 0 l'SY URANIC 0 'VAVNICR DU. . .lR. " N l' ll.l.lPS l'Il.l.l0'l"l': lleltat DL :t Delta. YWCA, Cuignol 'Vlteztlrc llsllcr. .junior l'rotn Queen l.- MAR'l'llA STARR lil IS: Home 'l'1conotnic's Club 0 ROlll'1R'l' I-IARVICY lCl.l.lS: l'oultt' Club. Dairy Club. 'orticulture Club O C. I.. l'2l.MOR'l'1 0 A'l'l-ll'Il.l'INl'2 EVANS: Cuignol 'ltctttrm-. Home lico- nontics Club. YWCA. WAA, Dutch l.utu'h Club 0 SAN! R. ICWINC. l.: litlitor-in-Chiel' llltll Kentuckiuu. l't'esitlent Suliy. l-louse lXl:tn:tget' l'i Kuppu Alpha. lllo ' :tml llritlle. Alun- :tgittg :uul Associate litlitor Illlll Kenluckiztn, Assistant 'l'l'C2lSlll'1'l' . Ky lilfltl-ltl, ltlflll litfllllliflilillt l-Iclitoriul Stull. ltlflt-l Kenttu-kinn Business Stull. Kernel llusi -Q5 Stull' IEJEK7-IGS, YMCA, Who's Who Among Atnerifnn Colle1.g'e Students I -Ili.-KN FARMICR: .L 4 hu Xi llclttt 0 YVIl.l.lAlNl ROlll'1R'l' l"ARRlS: Poultry Club. Block :uul Ilriclle, llniry Club, Alphzt Zetn 0 'lCl.lZAlll'I'l'l'l l"l'Il.ANlJ: l'hi llpsilon Otnicron. Hontc l'ft'onotnic's Club. l-H - lib. Shelby House 0 LlANlC'l' IVICRCIJS: Agt'ic'ulture Council, llotnc liconotuirs Club. Pitkin A lb Cwvns. YWCA, Morttu' lioztrcl. l'hi llpsilon Ontictron 0 'l'l'll'IOlDORl'I ll. FORISICS O AN. ' RD: YWCA. Hotne liconoinics Club, Cztlholic Club. l'ltotogt':tplty Club, Student Slntulzmls Ct tuit- tce 0 l"RANlil.lN M. l"OS'l'l'1R: lnter-l"1':ttet'ttity Council I RICHARD FOY: Block an llritlle 0 WARRICN H. CARIJNICR: Poultry Club, Dairy Club 0 LIQONARD C. COOCII: try Club. I'oultry Club. lllorli :intl llritlle. Alphst Xetn 0 NANCY l.l'Il'I COODIN: I-lonte li' antics Club, YWCA 0 ROlll'IR'l' li. CRll"l"l'l'l'l: .'Xg'l'li'lIlllll'C Council, Alphzt Zeta. l't'm " .' gronotny Club. ll-H Club 0 Cl'lARl.liS l'lMMl'1'l"l' CiRll"l"Y. JR. 0 5'l'ANl.l'lY l-lAC'l'. Z lllofla :intl llritllc. Poultry Club 0 .lAlXfll'1S l-lARDl'1S'l'Y: Vit'eAl't'esiclent Agronotny Club, C' :lic Club O 'l'llOMAS Cl.ll4"I'0N llARlDlCS'l'Y: lllock :incl llritlle. Agritwtltttre Counvil, .utholic Club, Presiclent Dairy Club 0 Cl.l'INN Al.l.'liN HARNICY: YMCA. Block :nul e. Alpha Cztnnnn Rho 0 ICRNICST HARRIS: Alphu Cilllllllil Rho. 'l't'c':tstlt'er Suliy. l't"" 'nt 'l-l-l Club. Block anul llriclle. Agt'ict1ltttt'c Council 0 IXlA'l"l'lli XVINLOCK llARl ' 77 Rleh Hl'l - . . . . . Fulli, Foy Wztrren ll. Cznxlnct' l.eon:n'tl C. Cooch Nancy l.ce Goochn Robert Il. Crilhth Charles li. Critly. It n limllon il7flylI!'.YiIlll'g' I.f'I11mon Pllfillfllll I.!l1lH't'll!'l?i1llI'g Sl'll1l l cy PII 'I ' . . . . lmxin ., mu .Itnncs I-lzmlesty 'l'hotn:ts Clifton I'lzn'tlesty Clenn Allen Hztrney lzrncst Hztrris Mattie W. l"l:u't'is A on lllflif1f.l'1lfHl! ll"l1ilr'.wfllfr Clvnlhinmt Rirlrnmttrl Wilntmf' lfloycl Hcird l,lfXfHg'l0Il Henry lflcuslcy Ifu'r11ingSj2ri11gs I,ul:1Hilmlmcrcl Mlllrlrrmlgh llornllly limlcl Hill I4IfNlllj,fl!Hl llzlrry Hlll Inrlinlmjlolis, l111I. llclcn llcslcl'll0l'l:u2l1cr llzfxinglrm Iiluzmm' l'l0W1ll'il I'r1f1zls11iHr: Maurice li. Humphrey Clay Milly Frnnczis jackson l.ffXi7lg'lUI1 Puulinc 'Iolmson Sarlivvi I I 1: j:m1cs'lCclwzn'cl Kucnlig V rfvzsa I I I as W. ll. Kelley Lynn Crowe lllillkll 'm Nlcm.-xv Agricultu re K' IIIR Waller'l'l1ompson Kent, Gladys Kilpnlricli Iiagflrul I,rfxi1lgI01L Dorothy Cllrislinc Klupp james H. Lcc Clinlrm l"'Wl11kf0Tl Their Activities FLOYD tl. f ' D: Poultry Club "NRY l-llCNSl.I'1Y: P1 ry Club. Dairy Club O l.lll,A ' 'X . l-lomu licouoluiczs Club. - l C' 1, 'lhy 'lol.', Phi llpsilou f7lllll'l'0ll 0 l0RO'l'l'lY ICNDIQI. llll.l.: YWCA Cznbiug 0 llAl l'lll.l. llil.l'1N l'l'l'1S'l'liR HOR- XCHICR: Morlsu' llozull. AVOIIICIPS Clcc Club, Philh:u'luouic Orclursl , I'ropcrly hllNll'CSN all Quiguol, l'rcSimlcul ol' llulch l.um'h Club, Pillaiu Club. 'l'l'l'1lNlll'Cl' zuul rcsiilcul Kappa Dcllil, llomc lzvououucs Club, YWCA. Hllllltjlll fiOYCl'lllllClll, WAA, Phi llpsil f,llIll'l'0ll, l'hi lhflal. I D2llll'Ol'lll Ifcllowsllip. Yic'c'l'i'csiclclll :uul Suuior Advisor Cwcus, laul- llcuii' Couuril, Alum lvillgllil Mailer, Aj.:'l'li'lllllll'C Council, Who's Who Alllllllg' Auu'ric':nu Collvg 'luclculs 0 lil,l'IANOR HOWARD: Yicc-I'rcsimlcul Dcllu ZCILI. Home l'Ic'ouomics Club, Many Qu Vs Courl. YWCA 0 MAllRlCll'I li. llllMPllRlCY: Poultry Club 0 llll.l,Y FRANCIS JACKSON: 'CL'-l,l'L'SiKiClll Suliy. Rush Cluiiruuul Chi filllllgll. l'uu-llcllcuii: Council. Prcsimlcul Alum Aillgll. Mulcr ISI-lil-'ll I PAlll.lNl'l .lOl-INSON: Home i'll'Ull0lllll'S Club, -I-ll Club. Shelby llousc 0 I ' l'1S lil5WARlD KAICNZIC 0 W. D. KlCl.l.l'1Y: Poultry Club, D2IllY Club 0 WAl.'I'lCR THOA 'SON lil'2N'l': li:lpllNl Slurlcul lluiou I CLAIJYH Kll,l'A'l'RlCli: Cwi-us. 'l'rc:1surcr WAA. l'rc.' u YWCA Cubiuul, Morliu' Boalrml, llomc Iifououiii-s Club. Ol'c'l1csll':1. Phi ll rsilou f,lllll'l'Ull. W 1 s Who l Among JAlll!L'l'lK'llll College Sluclculs 0 lJORO'l'l-lY CllRlS'l'lNl'1 KLAPP: -I-ll Ch , Home l'll'0ll0lllll'S Club, Couuuillcc 2l0 0 -IAMICS ll. l.l'll'1: Poultry Club. Vice-l'1'csi1 u llzlplisl Sluclcul lluiou, lllock :uul llricllc. Agronomy Club 0 Mll.I.l'lR I.liVl I O'l"l' ll. LOSCH: Block :mal liricllc, Poultry Club. COIllllllllCC 2l0, Dairy Club 0 JAMES A' llc.CONA'l'llY: Alphu Czuumu Rho, Alpha Zulu, Block :uul llrimllc, l.:uup :uul Cross 0 , .Al5lC'l'l'l VARNON M,f:l10Wl'Il,l,: Alum lNl:lgu:1 lYi1llCl', YWCA. Chi f,lllCQJ.1l 0 LOUIS 'll.l.lAlXl MARRICR 0 ROlSl'IR'l' l.l'il'I MARSI-IAl.l.: Alpha: Czuuuul Rho O llAZl'Il. MAR' . : llomc l'Ic'ouomim's Club. YWCA, Cuiguol 0 ARNOLD MICAIJIC I ORVll,l.l'l M'l'IAlDl'1 0 .IIMUNIJ li. Mll,l.l'lR. IIR.: YMCA, lkuplisl Sluilcul lluiou 0 l.AYlXlON Mll.l.lCR 0 Ll". .A ROSE NIORAN: ClllllllllliK'K' 2110, lloulc l'li'0ll0llllCH Club, Rzulio Stull, WAA. YWCA. iiilllclvllcvi V V. I . V . Gcorgclowl Ollo H. l,osch ilzuucsAsz1McrCou:uhy l-.llmbclli X . lXl4'lJowcll Louis XX illuuu Mzlrkcr ' Shzfjzhr-rrlxrfillfr Nin'lml11.v1fill1f Cynllzlrnm l,o:11.v1v1llr' II:1zclMzu'Liu A' ' - 4 . I , U i . . it . Q V . it I . lllUlll Mc.ulL f,lVlllL ML.ulL. lzcluuuul li. Mllluhll. I..iAllIOI1lAilllK,I "Uma I'aiul.-srlillc ll'ilIinm.v110rl Iiomlzfillv lffnxl l'ir'u' 79 Robcri Lvl: Murshzlll 14l'XfIlg'f0Il l.cislzl Rosc Moran Iforl 'l'l1on1rlx john l'lllg'llCS Neslxill I"airv1'rr1n, N. C. lislil jones Nollsinger Grrzlmnn 'l'erreIl l,. Nollslnger G 7'lfl!Il1lfHI7 ll. RnlphOverliel1l I'Irr1l1lm'.wm l'.l'Ill1l.lilllC Ries Cowiuglrm Nellie Lee Riggs Lurllow .james 'Vllomns Rolmel ls .fllmn Nlilclrccl Wrnlher Roberts M It rmy lfrzmk Allen Rogers, jr. ,lfllllllf .S'II'l'Hllg' 'lklylor Bess Rollins Wirlrliflr' William l'l1'u:ul Rouleu "AIl!'llIfIIQ'fUH lim l,iIli:m Rowe lmxingluzl Nl'ISlll'I"l' 'ro JOHN 'llll0Ml'SON A g r i c u l t u r e SE IIIR l'lKlW1ll'Cl Newton Roysler liclgxn' ll. Russell l'l1f1lIl!f7'.Y07I, Srmmrxzfl Kathryn Selxree ll1ll'll1ll'ilSllCll0ll Flormvcc I'rulHcalz lflfl .Io Sho Their Activities JOHN HUGHES NESBl'1"1': Dairy Clttb, Poultry Club 0 ESTIL .IONES NOIVFSINGICRZ Al- pha Zeta, Phi 'Epsilon Phi, Block antl Bridle. Poultry Club 0 TERRELI. I.. NOFFSINGER: Alpha Zeta, Block and Britlle, Poultry Club 0 RALPH OVIfIRFIEl.D: Block and Bridle. Alpha Zeta 0 ERMA JANE RIES: Phi Beta, YNVCA, Cuignol I NET'1'IE LEE RICCS: Phi Upsilou Omieron, Home 'Economies Club, YWCA, Residence I-Ialls Council 0 -IAMES THOMAS ROBERTS: Poultry Club, Dairy Club 0 MILDRED WRATHER ROBERTS: Home Economies Club 0 FRANK ALLEN ROCERS, AIR.: Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle. Recording Secretary Phi Delta Theta 0 TAYLOR BESS ROLLINS: YWCA, Home Economics Club, Chi Omega 0 lVII.I.IAM 'ERVAN ROll'I'I'IN: Dairy Club, Poultry Club, Agronomy Club 0 EVA l.II.I,.IAN ROWE: Baptist Student Union, Phi llpsilon Omicron 0 EDWARD NEWTON ROYSTER: Block and Bridle. YMCA Senior Cabinet, Men's Clee Club, Pitkin Club, -'I-H Club 0 EDCAR B. RUSSELI.: Poultry Club, Dairy Club 0 KATHRYN SEBREE: it-H Club, Home Economics Club, Committee 240 0 BARBARA SHELTON: Home Economies Club, YWCA, Delta Della Delta 0 IDA .IO SHOIISE: Home Economics Club, YWCA 0 HAROLD H. SIMPSON: Vice- Presirlent. Alpha Gamma Rho, Inter-l"raternity Council, Block and Briclle, Intrznnural Manager 0 CHARLES A. SMITH: Business Manager Kernel, Block and Britlle, Dairy Cattle judging Team, Dairy Club, Poultry Club, Advertising Manager Kernel I ml. W. SMITH, -IR. 0 MARGARET EI.I.EN SMITH: Women's Clee Club, Choristers, Cuignol, Home 'Eeonotnies Club, Residence Halls Council 0 MARlE'l"I'A SMITH: I-Iome Economics Club, It-H Club 0 HELEN l'lI.lZABlC'l'H S'l'AI"I"ORD: fl-H Club, YIVCA 0 XVlI.I.IE S'l'Al'I.E'I'0N:'Poultry Club, Dairy Club, Block and Bridle, Alpha Zeta I IRMA KATI-II.EEN ST. CLAIR: Home Economics Club. YIVCA 0 ICLLENE MARTIN S'1'EWVAR'l': Home Economics Club, YWVCA O MARGARET EVELYN S'I'UTZENBERCER: fl-H Club, Home Economies Club, Shelby House 0 JOHN THOMPSON: Dairy Club, Poult.ry Club. ,gyurflllsc Harold H. Simpson Charles A. Smith bl. W. Smith. llr. Margaret Ellen Smith WllILlll5lNlll1 sa l.11111'1t.rl1fr l'1f111ll1rlo11 l,1'l11111011 lJ111111il11: litrlllflr llllllt H0lLn ' Il"111'll1Sl'dH0"l Ivlllte Stapleton Irma Kathleen St. Clan' lzllene Martini Stewart Margaret la. Stntfenbergu olm I hompson WHL Fztgrflt l'11ll.r 0f1e0llg'lI Slllfllllll' 1l!'fl!'?'.S'!IlIiU7l'll I IIIIIIIOII l11111l1n11 NV:lrl'cii 'l'lmmpson Ifullorl Cicurgc W. 'l'lm:lkclcl ll'rl1v1'r'ly Mxirgzircl Sllzirpc 'l'l'cl1l l.r'.x'inglml I,:uv1'cm'c 'l'ruc Slrlziijzirig Grnimrl llcrniuzR:ly'l'1n'ncr 4lrlr'li.x'rm llolm Willizim 'l'ulllc Iiilrnxirlzf Rnclicl llnclurwoocl I'm'l:.v11illr: Marion Recd Vnllczlu I,rfxi11g'lmi iNl1II'g1ll'Cl Vain Arsclalll "fIl'?'!lIl.YllIII4g' Surzilm Louise Vcccli I"inr'l1willr: llorollly NV:lrncr Imfxiirglrni Maury lfrzink Wiley Sulflirrr Wfxluucw 'l'1lmii'soN 'ro Wi Agriculture IIIR Sloy C. Willcn Cl1n'l:.wn heir Activities flOMl'SON: Alpl1a Gllllllllll . 1 l ck 1 l liriclle 0 CICORCI YN Ki LD: Dairy Club, Agl'Ol1OlllY Club 0 MARGARET SHARI . 'llCN'l': vlCC-plLNlllLlIl St 111 Cote1'11111e11t, YWCA. WAA. Home l'li'OllOllllCS Club, Dutch l.lllll' Club, I'hi llpsx 111111011 '1esicle11t. Kappa Kappa Cillllllllll, RO'l'C Spousm' OLAWRICNCIC 'Rllliz Iyilll C A 0 BICRNICIC RAY 'l'IlRNlCR O JOHN YVll,l.lAM 'l'll'l"l'l.li: l'1' lcut Plllllll, C l1L SlllLl lllock aucl llritlle, 'lll'CllSlIl'Cl' Agl'lClllllll'C COllllCll, 'l-H Club, D 'y Club, .ASIOIIO Club HlllllCTlllllll'C Club 0 RACI-l'lil. llNDlCRWOOD: Home l'lCOllOllllCS lb, -l-H Club 0 RION RICICD VAI.l.l'IAll: YWCA Cabinet, Phi Beta. lYIOl'llll' l'rO2li'tl. l'itkit1 11h. Chmts eus l'l11 llpsilou f,IlIlCl'Oll O MARGARICT VAN ARSDliI.l.: Home licot 111ics Klub 0 All lOlllSli VICIQCH: YWCA. Home lico11o111ic's Club 0 DORO'l'l'lY WAR ICR llo OIIOIIIIKS Klub, sl-l-I Club, YYVCA 0 MARY FRANK XVILICY: XVAA, YWCA Cab Hmuc 111o1111cs Club, Delta Delta Delta I S'l'OY G. Wl'l"l'lCN: Block and Bridle, Dah' um l H C lllll RlCll'S Clee Club, Alpha Zeta. Those Without Pictures .IOl1llAllll,tIl'. M II'j'S1llHlf Mary l'llOl'CllCC Barnette G1'm'gr'l0z1111 Hazel -I. Bl'OlIglllOll Iiz1'rlw11'1'1filln james G. llrowclet' I"ull011 Marshall C. Ca1'pe11te1' l'Im'1'n1Ixl111'rg' Ilrlna -Illilllllil Cates Purltzmlz Rubertzi W. Cherry Flo11l:l'11s1Ifllrf john O. C1':1wl'o1'cl ,flllml Da11 J. Cultou 1,!l7'lI.Y1llll1! l'lClW2ll'll I-l. Curtis l,!fNi7lg'l0Il Mary l"1'a1u:es Davis Clay M. lilizabcth Donnell Paris John H. l"itch Carlisle Clyde S.Cillia111 I.1'11i11g.vln11 Clalule li. l"l1lll1lI1Ollll ll"lHflllll.Y0lI, W. Va. Robert I'lClllll2llI Llfxlflglllll B:11'11eltC.jewell Tr1ylnr.s11illc Henry H. AIOIIIISIOII Coral Ridge I.aw1'cnce IlZlllKllS New York, N. Y. H. Dawson Lanter Dry Ridge Horace W. Mackey Marion john W. lVfOlIlg'OIllCl'y lfalnmulli Dorothy -lou Neill Rlmellzfillc litlua Rose Nesbitt l"r1i1'11in1u, Al. C. Hicktuau l'at1'ick H argvll RZIYDIOIIKI l'ay11c Slzalbyvillc james K. Stacey LOIIIIOH l'auli11eR.Sta111pe1 Gl'1I.Y.?.Yl C rrfzflc Olive Stewa1't Cecelia l'llll'l'y M. Young. -I1' I-lr'1'11rIm1 ,.,.,.--,,i q.,,. , .hM. , .,.. ,.. ,A.. .M., ,,,,,W, V, X P 4' Q H s yr . A mx , J A 1552, 1 I ,V 4947, ' 1 Q1 'Q QQ W 129 ff 5 r , C, , N If df ,fi ig' wifi Ji 4 , L n ,1 ,' 4. J, .1 Q ', ,F Nu, - ,mn ,,, ,1 r' Il: I .,l. , . js.. 4, 5 6. 1 V "la- -9' Ha. if 1 X. N 5 V 1 ,1, ,V X nf . 1 ' .pf .,j3.q1' by "R Q N 'iw F Y s.4l nl' ' K . . . ,mmm ' C IN lc C LIICYICYC Walls lieu Iluscplunc l'..lLr:1nl " X l l' GI'!I'X'-Ytlll Iinrlinglrm nc t cla lesion Xluyl'l':lm'L'slllll11c lzaurlvll.Ilulc'lm1s A 'E A l.l'.X'llIg'flHl AlfIl'lH'illl' U N I 0 Il Agricultura Iurr Alone Iizlllm Ruth liryzm liccncy IfV'1J0,f.X1'l'Hl' InrI1'ju'1ulr':11v' Xl11rli.w1l1f1'll4' llvlln l,zmcl1'um A E A l"rrurl.'lin wr IRIN .Innc Killglllll Minsk .I II lll'lly Nlznrlilvgoi' Alllll' llollglzis Mclluwn Rulzcrrl l,. Mcslicw Kaul WinIlcI4lMimil1lcr Robert Owens Moss William: NCIIIQIILII A E A X 52 ,fl l'lI7Ig'lU1l lmfxirlglrm A I il' CKIIIIIIIIVH-flu, I,r'x'1uglrm l'r'r.wiilln.s' lI'iur'ln'.x'lr'r , I XIII'H1"'4'l NVWUIIIIIJ Ilillillllili Pcllus Curl Viffllilll I'm'lc:r ll1'liyAl1n Rziikc William: I.. Rl'll2Ili1'l' Russ:-II Il0WI'IIII limujrlfwllwillf' A I' I' Iilwflrrfl A A A A I' I' 1lIfl1'f"' .S'lnul'm'rl Imrgrul, IV. Vu-. C-Vllillfflllll J UNI 0 Il A . o I , rg Agrueu ture - 86 William Srlulwilm' llmvzml Scilurs l.iml:i Slmrl .ink M.SI1y Dorolliy Slilcs Maury li- Slow. -fl'fIl'V.SUlll!I7l'II E A li Iluuslmlwillr' Il li A Slilrs AIE 5 I l'I'I'.X1IfHl'.V l'nri.v l,1rx1HQI"' V , 'I Agua-s Sulilcllu .lciniicr il. Sullivan: I.c-mlnManic'I'nrl4inglm1 I. M. 'l'l1u1'l'cII Rznmtlmcl Loc 'lhwmrs Sum I IIIIAIE: fillvVl'!' lf'r141rl:fnrI Morrlnnrl Murray A A A Ilrnrlfl-I" ,.!'Xillg'lUll """? A. nf..l.-..,.. ., llEdlll0llfl'vVlllCl'S I 3 Louise White Hilton Williams Marguerite Williams Snsan Hanbery Word A I P K A Murmy Elizavillrf I-Iopkiimvillc I.aGm11gc . I'I!l1lf1lfl'S07'l Q A g 1' 1 c u l t u r e I O Those 4wltll0Ht Plctures Rlljllltlllll li. Allen john C. Dicken Dan lsgrigg Paul I". Russell I-Iwlrlmwofl California Paris lfmfil kenneth AllllCl'SOIl lintmill llovivr. jr. Allen R. Kessler joyce Sasser '- I.f'.x'lnglun l'1'r1w1lHf'.f I.oui.wIill4r ljlmrly llelene l.. Arnoltl 'l'liomas lf' Dully. jr. james W. Kiclwell Albert W. Seay lullrlmrn Mlrlwuy lrviuaf Clinlnu Lucian W. Barnes Lucille D. liblen Mary lilizabeth Lewis William K. Sharpe ' ll . - Slzplbyvillc ' flnclzoragc Hnrrorlxlmrg , ' B.jQn1ln'y Harry Linclenberg. jr. james W. Simpson llfI07'Clllllll ' 1 organfielcl V Hemlarson lfurnsiflc llllly I-I. Bell Kenneth H. England Ruth Litton lizlwin P. Stampcr 1'f'lHl0Illll Ca11111I1ellxlm1'g Clzmfnre ll'Yfljl11lfSbIll'g V Soma Berkowitz Cecil G. Feltner Homer j. McAllister William B. Stampcr - V I.ex111gl0n Albany lllazlrly Owenton 1 Nora C. Billingsley Don W. Galloway William C. McClure Clonracl B. Thomas I I.1fxmg'Ion Clllflllllllll, Ohio 1 Benton, Trim. l'lf'rndnn james K. Boone Millorcl L. Garrison Robert McConnell, jr. Harry Wallingford ' Cowan I-6NlHg'l0Il Vmzwiillcs Neplon Dorothy M. Bostick Stewart M. Gaunce William B. Martin Dorothy I.. Warner Wnlcr Valley Gralz Taylorsville I.cxinglrm Luther A. Boyd julian li. Gillespie Fl'llllClS D. Mattocks Robert 'l'. Weaver lt . I.o'uisville Tollcsboro Bnrlllyrfillc Tnylmzwillff " . William B. Bryan,j1 joe A. Gayle Richard F. Moore Marvin '1'. Wells v Slllvlforfl Ixrxillglon Cnllatlslmrg Pl!f1l.YIlTC?Tlilll? Harry T. Bryant Harold G.'Ginter james B. Moynahan Sara A. Wiley . ' hlllvllllfllflf Ll7Nl?l-gl01l Scollsvillc Gz:m'gr:loaw1 Ni"lCY'O. Byers john H. Gray Edgar I-I. Murphy Hazel Wilson Ckrueyzfille 'Hnrrorlsburg' Chillon Lcxinglon Martha V. Chaney lvllllillll H- Cl'Cl-YOU' Miguel S. Nelson james W. Wilson lliflflflllllfllf Sl"'ingllf'l'l While Mills I.c'.x'inglm1. .lQC'Claxon M1ll'l-KHYCU l- Gllllfiy William 0. Newell Annie Marie Winehestu I fzmstfilla Lllllfll-9l1?7' Bronslou ll7IU'.Y!IlU 'A -Q Hclen L. Qulton Williillll H. Hill!! Margaret P. Osborne liclith A. jVinf'hcster I. I llrksvrllc Rffhlllvllfl - Imxinglml Imxlliglrm RQSSQII Davis Gano Harding liclclie C. Pasco Wilham A. Xlloocls Q lV1lI1amsjmrl Ewing Cvnlrnl Cily I.o11isn Sue H. Dawson. james T. Hatlielcl Ted L. Pasco james li. Wright i fvlhll-Yllfflfl Q 'l Big Clifly Gm1tralCily lfrrmlclin l i ' I Morgan Hill 'Reginald L. Prather 4 1gU,,m,,, Wilmore linjory A. Hom Harold Richmond Lexf,,g-fm, Owensboro . A V 1 O 0 I' - fy V 87 i- A. P. Adair, III Carey M. Adair XVilliam P. Alcorn Lynn Allen Leonard B. Allen Ira G. Barton William E. Bewley Robert O. Burke Frank K. Calvin Robert I.. Carneal Henry C. Caswell james li. Click Marlin L. Click George W. Close james R. Colley, jr. Clint R. Collins WVillie C. Coleman Sam Coppock. jr. james Corbin William I-I. Cord Robert E. Courtney jane E. Cramer XVilliam B. Cropper Albert j. Cross james W. Crowley George I.. Cunningham lVard 'l'. Darnell. Beattie M. Del.ong Martha Ray Adams josephine E. Andres Dorothy P. Angle Imogene Art Myrtle P. Binkley Mary Ann Blevins Mary Marrs Beard Georgia T. Booher Marion H. Bradford Dorothy M. Butts Dorothy Clark Dorothy I.. Collins jane Frances Collis Catherine C. Cooper Alice F. Connell Eulice Cornell Edith M. Coyne Beulah M. Cropper josephine M. Difiiacomo 0 PII 0 M 0 R E S Agriculture james S. Dinning Reid B. England Harold j. Evans Armstead M. Fcland Francis G. Fogle William S. Foley William j. Foster. jr. Robert L. Goodpaster johnnie Gray jr. john S. Harrison Fischer D. Harned Kenneth M. Helton james K. Henshaw A. F. Hicks,jr. Elmer L. Hixson Orville Howard james L. I-Iume Robert M. Hunt Roy Haynes Hunt Luther j. Hutcherson Hugh C. jackson Edsel L. Karrick jolm R. Kibler james L. King Carl H. I.ay james M. Leer, jr. David C. McCord Samuel M. Mclilroy Marshall McKenzie Clillord K. Martin Norbert M. Michels Raymond Moore Leslie H. Moore Robert S. Moore Robert O. Moss Richard Mulberry, jr. Charles A. Nutting, jr james P. Phelps HOME ECONOMIC Patricia Drummond Meta B. Dowden Rhema Ewing Dorothy j. Garrison M. Virginia Gay Genevieve W. Gee Mary M. Godman Emily Mae Hall Lorraine Harris Ann Louise Harrison jane B. Hayes Gladys Hill Martha M. Hixson Marion F. Kendall Mary j. Lancaster Dorothy j. Lawrence Luella Lawrence Betty MacGregor Mary D. McChesney Mary K. McClanahan Mary I-I. Manley Martha Marlow Mary Maupin Betty Bow Miller S Nancy Frances Morgerson Virginia D. Noland Lois Ogden jewell M. Piper j. W. Poe. jr. Albert F. Pogue james A. Porter Marvin G. Powers William T. Prather, jr Robert H. Price Rodney L. Reams William R. Read William I.. Renaker D. A. Reynolds Marion Roberts james S. Robertson A. W. Rowland Evan Ray Russell George L. Semonis, jr. Gerald j. Schaller john F. Shouse William Stone jim Strauss XValter E. 'Thomas james B. 'l'hornlon Leslie B. Van Hoy Franklin M. Walker james T. Walker Oliver T. Wills Patch G. Woolfolk George Mloot on Roberta Phillips Martha F. Poe Virginia L. Reimer Floy D. Russell Bertie Sexton Mary R. Singer Virginia L. Skidmore Margie M. Smith Mildred M. Snapp jennie C. Sullivan Lyda Mae Sutherland Cordelia K. Swin ford Frances M. "l'imberlak Alma Ruth Vinsant Allie B. lVebb Dorothy lVeller Rosetta L. Wiggins Elva Haye Willmott Mary Frances Wilson C L james R. Adams jolm I. Anderson Reese D. Bach Derwood M. Baird Robert E. Baird Thomas F. Baker joseph E. Banks Robert Banta Charles R. Barker Eugene B. Barnett, Carl Bell Charles D. Bennett Elvin C, Bertram Darrel F. Blackford Malcolm R. Blevins Willaim E. Boggs james N. Bratton Eugene Brittingham Raymond j. Broomall Carl M. Browning Eddie Browning Robert C. Bryan Billy V. Buchanan Ray D. Bunch Robert N. Camenisch Ted IV. Cathey jack Chambliss Carl NV. Chester Rindel W. Clark Billy C. Clifton 'Elliott S. Clifton 'l'homasj. Cobb Orvel Cockrel john Cotlcll james E. Criswell XVilliam H. Crowe jell' W. Crump Oscar A. Cull john P. Dallavo Harvey j. Dixon Charles C. Drake Hugh D. Drury Early V. Dulworth Anna Mae Allen Sarah G. Anderson Dorothy M. Bell Miehaelene j. Bogan Margaret M. Briscoe Carol B. Case Doris R. Chrisman Margaret E. Cooper Louise M. Crawford Marjorie N. Cummins Patricia I.. Doyle Martha A. Eades Mary N. Ellis Helen M. Ellsworth Doris A. Enlow Sara E. Ewing jane C. Fort Mflrgaret A. Foreman I+' R E S ll M E Agriculture jolm B. Dunlap Ben W. Dyer Harvey N. Eubank Robert C. Faulkner Paul j. Floyd joe Frank Foley Eugene H. Fox Bennett Patil Frockt Vern W. Galloway Maurice I". Genton Paul H. Gray Henry T. Grayson joe B. Hall Covington Haynes Bill Berry Hendrickson M. Daniel Henderson Charles I.. Hill, jr. Thomas j. Hill jr. William T. Hockensmith Tilden Humphrey Robert F. I-lutton Ralph Iani Mark B. Ingram Teddy Vincent jaracz Bill johnson Paul F. johnson Robert 'l'. johnson Kenneth B.jones james P. jones Royal K. Kelley jacklli. Kellog Kenneth j. Riser William C. l.cdl'ortl john S. McBride. r. Clarence W. Maloney james P. Marshall Douglas C. Meade Howard L. Meade Edward H. Milburn Raymond E. Moore Edward N. Mulberry joe B. Mulholland A. j. Napier Roy Fielding Neel Charles Nuckols 4 HOME ECONOMICS Olivia K. Friedly josephine M. Glasscock Margaret E. Graham Betty D. Haley Myrtle I.. I-larned Temperance R. Hazard Mary j. Hendricks Amanda M. Holland Nellie Patricia Hopkins Elizabeth Ann Hughes Eleanor june Hyde Frances K. Kendall Charline R. Lisanhy Lillian Lycan Arnetia C. Lykins Helen Elizabeth Mallett Ellen j. Murphey Mary H. Parrigin Eleanor W. Powell Mary P. Rosenbaum Aileen Virginia Rue Ruth C. Sasser Mary Elizabeth Searcy Robert XV. Needham B. Yancey Owen Gene l-I. Parrish jolm L. Patrick Donald Peden Allred Pettus Cecil N. Phillips Robert A. Philpot Claude NV. Pinkston Robert Pieralt Eugene Price Richer Price joseph E. Porter Elbert Powell Ralph R. Reed Wilbur E. Riggen Fred F. Roser. jr. jolm L. Rowland Clillord E. Sachleben Frank j. Scanlon Lawrence W. Schneider Layman E. Shain Carl C. Shearer Charles j. Silver Robert F. Simpson 'Elmer N. Skinner Russell V. Skinner jolm ll, Smith Ivan Stewart llolland l'. 'l'ln'asht'r Ralph 'l'raris john P. Trimble jess S. Vinson Romania Wigginton Earl T. Williams Otis I.. NVilliams Richard T. Williams james M. Mlilson Ora F. Wood Albert E. NVright Orem G. XVright Robert j. Yates, jr. Mitchell T. Yowell Martha Young Sloan Barbara Smedley Mary Zella Smith Virginia Dempsey Smith Helen Stephan Alma Mae Tarkington Patricia Thornton Gladys Mae Tilton Boone Davis Tucker Anne B. Viox Carol jane Vonachen Lunetta May Walker Elizabeth C. IVarner Anna jane Warren jean D. Whaley jnanita Hlilliams Mary Wilson Rose XVood Arts Se' ees Dean l'. l'. lloyd was lltllll ' . .. e obtained his M. A. an l'h. D. degrees at Cornell University. l-l has been Dean ol' the Arts and Sciences col lege since ISPI7 and was also the acting presi dent ot' the University during the snnnnel and the fall ol' l9l'7. l-Ie has been secretary and treasurer for the Kentucky Association ol' Colleges and Secondary 'ich l . . . oos for l'il'teen years. ln the past twenty years. he has had over l'il't.y articles published on educational subjects. Dean Paul P. Boyd L. W. Croft Assistant Dean L YV C . . . .roft ol' the Arts and Sciences College is also Director of the Uni- versity personnel office. He obtained his B. in commerce, his M. A. in psychology. and his Ph. D. in psychology from the Uni- versity. He is a member of the Kc li ' ' ntucky Cl.llCdllOll2l.l Association. tn. ' in Cameron West Virginia H d C -N... P- DI' fwrngr lx, lima. Ilmrilv n' lilrrul Ni IIIIII. Illl H I nnrl Dr. ll. ll. llnwnfng' QrigllIJ. hlvlrurlnr in l1mIlr1'nmIlI'.v mul Im- IUI-YX. IHIIVQIIPVIII' M'r'l,rluglIli:1. inxlrllr- , UI' ' . '. , , .h , . . "' l""""'l'-W' WWII' UI", l'I"ff'-W" Irmmnly unrl rrmrlz of Ihr' Irmzm Irulu. Nl- lf- IH'iIr'ln'll Iriqhlj in rlmrgf' of ull 1 1 1' """'R'f1r1ir f'll!'lIlI.VfVJY ll'l'fllI'!'.Y. . . . C nm 0 of, s X ' If. the profs . . . -n I. ji- -I 1 'F' ,elf 5. Zi ill ' lil" '.w ln qtflu tx- f' l'rufw.v,wr l"I'IllIlf 'l'. Alr'l"nrlrn1rl. hrrlrl nf Ihr IIOIIIII-Y !'!'lNlVlIlII'IIl, is xlujzpf-fl hx' 1li.Y.VOII john. u .wnior III Iha' Collrgr UI' ,-lrI.v unrl .S'ri1'nr'1'.v. Dr. Vl. lfllllllfj' Imjm' Ilrflj. lzixlurinn. Irml 1,HIf,I'.Y.X'!II' jnlm Iflzijzvr' Iriglll 5. Iwnfl nl' Ihr' Ilf'jmrIn11'uI of fzlrilmnplzy, 91 . . . n the laboratories . . . ' nf .Hlml Inf lffl "lid f1rr'r'H i1'l1l, Urylillr' AII'1lflHl'.Y, HIIIIIIVY flnlw, Irnjrwwr .' ' , I 111 f Slllllfl mul ll I Q 1 fj nu'fr.wn'rf liuu' nf' rlwlnuv uf Il !If'!'1'llIl,V IIIIPIIISI' llIi'UllILf,I .S-YlllIllM'. Q'l'njf, righlj, Il'lH'fffllQ' in Ill: 1 Il llrnlurl Inu: Iifnnu lun: lm: x ' I,'ll'l'iUlUgy lIl!lUI'lIllJ7'y flwfl lu righlj rlrr' l"i.vr'll " ' ' , ' ' A r'.', lmlwrl llrmr jlrmlrr. Paul lllnrlc. unrl I.uIln'r Ill1I1'lu'r.wm. I'1'li,x' !2u.s.vuu: nnrl lflllllllj' I,r'wis flmllmn. lwflj run . I. full lrsls in lln g " ulmrulnry. Uli.s lI'iIli1lmx, 'lm' lirnrrl, rural lzlwu Iiwrlwlul 'r ily . ' ' illIH""llllfI' rlu'mi.flrx l I 1 nlir'ru.x1'oj1ir'.sjn'1'fnl1'1l.s' in Illr' llllllllly lfrlmrrllf UIUIHIIII, riglzlj IIYH1 frnm lnrl: lilrirll QI' . " .vmw lfll'4Illj'll ll mrl: I 1 fl lr HQ N j1l1Vv.x'ir'nl rfrlrnvlliml Iwxing 1'lu.v.vnw' II'nlliu 'l'nAvlm' nm! ,lulm IIi1'l:x fluff rigl1l5. fIlm.'lf'x Iiuif'rlr'in um! Ifrrrl Ifrnflvv flwllmn, lvflj rm'u.v:m' Ilu' luvrl ol' un ulr'r'lr. 1':lrrz'nl III llle' IllIYY.Yll'.Y luImmlm'.v 111 lln' url rlr'fm1'lun'ul Qlmllmn, riglllj Nlunrl R1l!ll'.V,',1Illl' fIrul:1.r, nur! liwllrirv Mrlrwfli jmu'lir'f xl:vlr.'l1ing. . . . 'ln other d,0pa rtnlenIps . . . in lln' grulngvv 1lf'jmrIn1r'l'I lulmmlnry. Sjmrring in ar Row one O'Brien Hickey Rcdwinc Reiss Meader McConnell R010 two Waters Isaacs Davis Row three Wood lpha hi igma PROFICSSIONAI. CH l'IMlS'l'RY FRA'l'l'IRN ITY Ifounrlzrfl nl llu' Llilirumvily of ll'i.vmusin in I002 1f.YlIlllll.Y1ll'1l on rrunjmx in IOI7 PURPOSE The purpose ol' Alpha Chi Sigma is to strive for the atlvancement ol' chemistry hoth as a science and as a profession, to hintl its memhers with a Lie ol' true and lasting lrientlship, and to aid its memhers hy every honorahle means in the attainment ol' their amhitions as chemists throughout their livcs. Charles llarkenhns Rohert H. llaker Alflillllll I,. Nll'1.Xl3l-ik Fmxu li. 0'llan-:N lVlI.I.lAM l.n-seomm IJ. Ii. WA'l'l-:ks SPICNCI-ik I.lsll lirnest H. Davis William linhank A. C. Isaacs 'l'. A. Kentlall Artlnn' S. Collins .lack Hickey FACULTY ADVISICR Dr. M. Hmne Becllorcl M EM BICRS IN FACllI.'l'Y II. R. Mitchell Marvin Dunn 0l"l"lCI'IRS M'l'1Ml!EllS William Lipscomh Spencer Lisle Wayne McConnell Arthur l.. Mcatlcr Frank li. 0'lSrien PLEDGFS Royce Reiss Alhert R hoton 'l'. A. Kendall F. li. 'I'ulIle . Alnxlm' .-ll1'Iu'n1i.rl lfifff-l'lIlI.Vf1'7' .'lll'lI1'IIIiSl . ltlr'jmrI4'I' . 'l'r'1r11x:mn' IIr'ror1lf'r Orville Retlwine 'l'om Shelley D. ll. Waters Charles I.. Wootls Robert Rogan H. J. Rose R010 one Eckles Stephenson Row two Lasli Nesbgg Barton Petrie hi elta h i NATIONAI, HONORARY FRA'l'liRNl'l'Y FOR WOMICN lflllllllltfll in lfllf! nl Ilm llrziwfrsily of 'lll?IlIll'S.Wft' PURPOSE 'l'he purpose of Chi Delta Phi is to discover, CIICOIIVZIQC, and motivzue litelnry talent and inclivicltlul writing zunong women students. I"llCl.I'1N S'1'11:1'111f:NsoN AoN1cs 111c:141.11:s . R1'1'.'x Stn-1 l.ASl.ll' l,OllISl'I Nlst Mary Louise B:n't,:1n Agnes Ecklcs FACULTY ADVISER Mrs. Cleo Smith OFFICERS lI"'I' MEMBERS Ritn Sue Lnslie Helen Stephenson PLFDCFS . . P1'exi1lr'11l Vin'-I'1'1fsifle11l . Saerzflfl ry 'I'1'1'r1s ll rm' Carolyn Petrie Louise Nishet Nellie Rush Betty Wells Roberts 'A-...J i lpha eta NJYVIONAI. HONORARY HISTORY l"RA'l'l'1RNl'l'Y l"rmn1l1'1l rll Ihr' l!lli1Ir'mily nf ,'lr'!rml.x'ns in l92l The purpose oi' this IIISIC G.-xl.l.mv.'xx' . Ulllil. IMRIUCKMAN . Rum' H. NfllRl'llY I.csIic Allison llhcl lSzu'rickm:m :wquclinc Hull I'f.vlallli.vlu'1l on l'lllllf1llS in IU37 PURPOSIC 'gzulilulion is lo CllC0lll'Zlj.fC il vllzll FACUI,'l'Y AIJVISHR Dr. Huullcy Dupri: HONORARY MICMIHCR Dr. 'l'l1mu:ns D. Clark OIVIVICICIQS M ICM BICRS Douiphzlu Burrus I40lIiSCfi1lll0WZly Clouslzulcc CLzu'Ircr Grncc Crzlulcr Webber study ol' lmistory. . . I'r1'.si1Ienl . . Viva-l'w'.vi1l1'11l Sc'1'1'1'IrH'j'- 'I'1'1'r1.mrrfr Mildred Gulhric Ruby H. Murphy Mildred Mcflurly R010 0718 South BUITUS R070 two Sutton Galloway Garber McCarty Row one Horlocher Valleau Oliver Taylor McConnell South Row two Robertson Connelly Sorokollt Duncan Shumate Roberts Row three Ries Mendenhall Nlsbet Guffey hi eta NATIONAL HONORARY AND PROIVIESSIONAI. MUSIC AND DRAMATIC F RATE R N I TY FO R IVOMIZN 4 912 lfmlmlzfcl nl Nm'lll1uf:.rl1rrn Univcrsily in 1 Iislrllzlislmrl on campus in 1925 P URPOSE The purpose olf Phi Bela is lo promote the hesl in music and clrama. lo live a liI'c ol service, and to seek and develop the highest lype ol' WOll11llllIOOLl. Mary King MARIAN VAI.I,I1ZAIl . . jolw 'l'Avr,oR . . Glmrzilz Lucien OI.IVl'IIi . BlC'I"l'Y Sourn . Alice Robertson Charlolle Sale Peggy Shumale Stephanie Sorokolit Belly South Joan Taylor Marian Valleau FAC llI.'1'Y ADVI SER Ilela Mason M ICM BIERS IN FACULTY Koons Marg OFFICERS MEMBERS Jean Marie McConnell Mary Ellen Mendenhall Louise Nisbet Grace Leigh Oliver Janet Palmer lirma jane Ries Belly Wells Robcrls a rel NVarren . Prfsirlwil Vim-1'r1zxirIenl . S1'rr1!l1l'ry . Treasurer Margaret Cohen Maybelle Connelly Jody DiGiacom0 Mary Duncan May Frances GuII'ey Helen Horlaeher Louise Jones Row one Ploch Wood Walsh Blcldt Row two Stith Jones Young O'Connell Wetherlll McFarlsm Pettit White Mason -Y.,,.,..,.., --. - NATIONAI. M lC'l'Al.l.lIRCSICAI. FRA'l'lCRNl'l'Y I"ounrl1'1l nl Ihr: llnimfrxily of lx'a1l.wrs in l9l5 l'fsI1iI1li.vlzrf1l on 1'1l111j1u.x' in 1028 ' PURPOSE The purpose ol' Sigma Gamma lipsilon is the nplxuilcling ol' a national college society de- voted lo the aclvanceinenl ol' geology, mining, metallurgy, ceramics, and petroleum engineering. FACZlII.'l'Y AIJVISIER David M. Young MICMIHCRS IN FAClll.'l'Y Samuel Slilh Vincrenl li. Nelson Dr. A. C. Melfarlan William C. Haag Arnold C. Mason Daniel 1I..lones OFFICERS li. BOYNI4: Woon , , , . lfmsiflmll lll-:N l'I,0CIl . . lfirv-Pr1'sirl1'r1l 'joim WAi.sn S'z'erclm'y-'I'1'f'r:.suw'r MEMBERS jack Bleidt il. Iiclwin Pellil john Walsh liverell O'Conncll lien Ploeh Joseph Xvelherill Mfillarcl 'Iillson li. lloync Woocl I-IONORARY PHYSICS FRA'l'I?RNI'l'Y Fmnzflrfcl nl Dzmirlsmz. College in 1921 lvlslallwl on CIIIIIPIIX in 19.30 The objects ol' Sigma I'i Sigma are: Qlj to serve as a means ol' awarding distinction to stu- dents having high scholarship and promise ol' achievement in physics: Q25 to promote student interest in research and the advanced study ol' the subject.: Q35 to encourage a professional spirit, and friendship among those who have displayed marked ability in physirs: Qflj to popularixe mterest in physics in the general collegiate public. IVACUI.'l'Y ADVISICR Dr. Ilertrand l'. Ramsay MEM BICRS IN FACIILTY Dr. 'l'. M. Hahn Dr. F. W. Warburton Dr. O. T. Koppius Dr. IV. S. IVebb l'rol'essor Jarvis Todd Ilr. I.. A. I'ardue OIPFICICRS Ftnan S'rtctzm.v . JACK W. -Iomfts . . FltANKr.tN II. I'Aul.s AI.IfRl'1D A. Iilmtrl' S. If. Adams IV. A. Bowen I.. W. Corltrztn A. S. Collins A. Aflibert II. G. Flauary V. H. Florence Ill. C. lfowler R0w one Ramsay Padgett Hahn sweaty Row two Pauls Todd Penne. Navarre Robertson Row three Muhrm Kmnpius Mayes Owens Bowen Row four Cochi- Nelsoyim Collins Adams Flanary Proctor MICM IIICRS II. Il. Fox Virginia Grilling W. jones ' IV. N. l.ipst:otuh.Ilr. l'hontas lllahau I". M. M ayes X. I.. Meader, ,It N. 1.. Navarre Benny Nelson . . P1'U.Y1'lIIfll1 Vifrf-I'r1rsi1lel1Z . Szrcrelrt ry 'l'r1fr1.v ll rm' C. IC. Padgett I". II. Pauls S. IV. Penna C. I.. Owens G. II. Robertson jacob Schroeder Fred Steedly Martin Sweets eta Si ima hi 'N X l IONAI IIONORARY 'IOIIRNAIJSM l+'RA'l'l'lRNl'l'Y llllfllll ul Ihr ll'ni11r'm'ily uf ll',llSlllllgllllI, Srrzlllw, in lflllfl I slrllzlislwrl un l'lIIlIflIl.X' in lfilh' PURPOSE lln pnlposc ol lllLll Slgwnll Pln IS lu nnllc wonlcn Cllgilglllg' in or planning to cngzlgc IOI upon wonlcn who rlislingnisll lllClllSClVCS in 'i0lll'IlllllSIll or lLllllS lo nlnmu cldnnlg sl llNlllllS in iUlll'llLlllSlll and lcllcrsg lo improve working C0llillll0llS im xmnun Ill llmuc nclcls lo Inspire lllCllll3Cl'S to grczncr lncllvnlnwl c-Ilnrl lfACllJl.'l'Y AllVlS'lCR Al2II'gllCl'llC lX'lCl.2lllg'llllll MICMISICRS IN l"AKIlll.'I'N llclcn King M:n'jm'ic llilllglllllll IIONORARY MliMlll'1ll Mrs. l'lll0l'll Clrclnln Olfl"lfIlCRS MEMIXICRS I11 nlrull Bro vn MinlnAnncI4I0ck:1cl:1y unc. D ly l.:n1r:n Lcc Lyons Mug Kllllgw Milclrccl lVllll'l'2ly'l' .jenn Williams" 'lilixzllmcllm Doyle . . l'r1f.virlr'11l l':llrici:1 Sniclcr' Row one Brown Hocknday Williams' Lyons Row two Pugh' Snider' Kllng' Murray" " Cub Club Rl-Llflcklfixclc Room Ol' 'rms LIILRARY lI:n'ricl,l Grace Abrzilulni lmxiliglnii Kzllllcrinc A. Allrccl I.1rxii1g'fo1i Rolicrl. V. Allcn C0'1lfllQ'fUll Mznnicc lC.An1lcrson llffrulisonvillff Williznn Arcisl lfrirlg'1'jmrl, Conn. Dennis A. Ayrcs linuhrmi. Willxircl ll. llzikci' Fvnrls llcrnicic linlclwin Cowiuglou .lnincs 'l'. llZll'l.fCl' Slwjlll1fr1l.willr: Pzlulinc liclclicr Pijzjm l'rl.v.v Billy Woodson licll lfllllllfllllll .luck Rnllicrlorcl lllcicll l.l'Xfllg'l0H 102 AHRAI IA M 'IU CA M .KK Ili Arts and Sciences E IOR Robcrl C. Boggs Lalnclon Bowcl'S Wilmowf Norwirrli, N. Y- -Icznnnc Bowne -Ianncs A. Boylll lmxfvlglfm l"w'r'lrl11rl. PII- Their Activities A HARRlE'1"1' GRACE ABRAHAM: Glee Club, Madrigal Singers, Vocal Director olf the Radio Studios, Soloist. with the Symphony Orchestra 0 KA',l'HERINE A. ALFRED: President Bacteri- ology Society, German Club, YWCA 0 ROBERT V. ALLEN: President Student Government Association, Lamp and Cross O MAURICE E. ANDERSON: Lambda Chi Alpha 0 WILLIAM ARCISZ 0 DENNIS A. AYRES: Glee Club. Band, American Chemical Society 0 WILLARD I. BAKER: YMCA 0 BERNICE BALDWIN: YWCA, German Club, Vice-President Bacteriology Society 0 JAMES T. BARGICR 0 PAlll.lNlC BELCHER 0 BILLY XVOODSON BELL: Alpha Tau Omega 0 JACK RU'l'I-IERFORD Bl.l-1lD'l': Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Pitkin Club 0 ROBERT C. BOGGS: Band 0 LANDON BOWERS 0 KIEANNE BOWNE: Alpha Gamma Delta, YWCA I JAMES A. BOYLE: YMCA. Catholic Club, German Club, Pryor Pre-Medical Society 0 JEAN BRANSON 0 WALTER RAYMOND BREHM: YMCA, Kernel 0 BETTY TAYLOR BRONSTON: Chi Omega, YXVCA, Alma Magna Mater 0 BERTTINA BROWN: Bacteriology Society 0 FRANCES EI.lZAB'E'I'l-l BROWN: Kentuckian Stall', Kernel Stalf, Sec.- Treas. Theta Sigma Phi, YWCA, Guignol 0 ROBERT' PAUL BROWN: Pi Kappa Alpha, lntcr- 1"raternity Council 0 WILLIAM B. BUFORD: Pi Kappa Alpha, YMCA, Student. Bar Associa- tion 0 RHODES K. BURNAM: Phi Delta 'l'hcta 0 DONIPHAN BURRUS: Student Govern- ment Association, Phi Alpha Theta, Phi Mu Alpha, Orchestra, Men's Glee Club, Alma Magna Mater, Band, Oratorical Champion lllflfl--ltl 0 El.lZABE'I'H FRANCES BUTLER: WAA, YWCA, Bacteriology Society, House President Alpha Gamma Delta I AjAMES MILTON CALDWELL: Editor Kernel, Omicron Della Kappa, Press Club, Patterson Literary Society, Phi Delta Theta 0 MARTHA CAMACK: YWCA, Dutch Lunch Club, Student Government Association, Bacteri- ology Society. lem 13 1 I . , . - , folzonlztasngih Walter Raymond Brehm Betty 'l'aylor Bronston Bcrttma Brown lt rances Elizabeth Blown Robert Broun lm l-lufzifmflylowfy, P11 l,4:xing-lun Hrrlzrlcrson Cllftwlllllfl, Tenn. fullmton l I 1111115 B I ' Azclmlas Mold Rhodes K. Burnam Doniphan Burrus Elizabeth lfrances Butler -james Milton Caldwell N 1th1C rm lt WHL Rf,.hm,,,,,l ,A,,Xf,,q.,,,,, 1,f,,,i,q1fillr: Ixfxillglovz l'llIHfIIlf'f07l W Va l K .. 1 H Sally Cannon V zfrsrz i I I as Carmel Gorclon Clark Harold H. Mark Cocllranc Marlim Ifnrryy, Ohio .Iilson Paschal Conley Snlyemvil I c Manuel Corcy Bm'lm1,m1ille june Crain I,IfNi1l'LfllJ1l Annctla Crouch CAN NON 'ro Gmunfzu A Horace limlwarcl Dean Harry Dcnllnln Mmml Wmhmgmn Lexington VIHlCGlI'll7'g 1' - . . Q . - - V l, X inlcnl Juonir. Cgowclns John C- D0C1'l' Nell ldllrncy Dialxc M0rg'l"li"l' Imrllow Imxirzglorl Allcn liclwarcl Crowe U Paris Dorothea Cummins Lexington Edwin David Louisville lirncsl Homer Davis zlshlaml xlllllu Their Activities SALLY CAl : YYVCA, WA, 'h l.nni'h Clnlm. Cal 'e Clnh, Yiee-Presiclenl Social Y ll CARMIQI, GORDON CI.A ' O . i li C' .H ANR: Olnieron Della Kappa. resident Alpha Sigma Phi. Presiclenl I'hi 1 Alpha. er-l"i'al ' ' Council. Philharmonic I 'chesn'a, Concert llancl, Lamp ami Cross, lianil. i'an-l'olilikon, Ram 1 Stall. Vice-l'resimlenl en's Clee Clnh 0 .IILSON PASCHAI. CONLICY: Pryor Pre-Meilieal So ely, Committee 2-I0 0 MANUICI, COR'liY: YMCA. I'ryor l're-Meilieal Soeiely, Conlmillee L- 0 -IUNIC CRAIN: Alpha Cannna Della 0 ANNl'l'l"l'A CROUCII: Presiilenl Della Zeta, 'omen's Rille 'l'eam. YWCA, WAA Conneil, l'an-l-Iellenie Conneil, Social Work Clnh 0 YlNCliN'l' tllCRONlI'l ' Clnh 0 CROWDUS: News limlilor Kernel, See. lienlneky Press Clnh, Connnillee 0, Calholle 1 Al,l.lCN EDWARD CROWN: YMCA Cahinel. lfreslnnan Aclvisory Cahn 'O DORO'l'l'l'l'IA CUMMINS: Cnignol, Dnleh l.nncih Clnh, YWCA 0 ICDWIN DAVID: l'hi K ppa 'l'an, l.amp and Cross, Manager Swimming Team, YMCA 0 l'1RNliS'l' HOMICR DAVIS: , ia Chi Sigma. Alnerifan Chemical Society 0 HORACIC ICDWARD DICAN: D1lClCl'lOlOgY hoe v, YMCA 0 1' 'l lil'-l-'ill--i0 HARRY DICNI-IAM: Pryor l,l'CT-lwllllllfill Soeiely, lfoolhall l.l4ll'-l-.H-Alil, Baskelha .4 .. . l'l'CSillenl K Clnlm lllflll 0 RIOHN C. DOICRRZ Sigma Chi 0 Nl'1l,l. 'l'llRNl'lY DRAKI2. Haplisl Slnmlenl llnion, WAA, Physical liclnealion Clnh 0 AR'l'llllR l-lliNRY DRUCRICR: lla riology Soliieiy 0 MARY PURYICAR DUNCAN: Kappa Kappa Camma. Phi Bela 0 Wll.i.if I CA'l'liS DURHAM: Pryor Pre-Medical Society 0 llli.i.Y DYICR: Alpha Camma Della 0 . .lZAl!lC'l'lfi ' ' Cl ' Ome 'a. lClll5l"l"l' 'l'1I,l,lS: Bacteriology Society, YXVCA 0 NAOMI SHliFl"lCR liSl .2 in gg l'2ln'Hellenic Council. Secretary -lnnior Class. YWCA. WAA 0 S'l'Ai .. , IVAIN: I'i Kappa Alllllil 0 Cl'lRAl.D l"RANlil.lN l"lFll'll.D: 'lll'2ll'li, Soni' Nash. Keri ' 0 SARA KA'l'l-IRYN l'lSHl'lR: Treasurer Zeta 'l'an Alpha. WAA, YWCA. Panvl-lelienie Cm neil. Cheerleader, Kernel, Glllglllll 0 lVlARCllliRl'l'l'I Cl'IN'lCVA FORD: XVAA. YNVCA. " in Clnlm. Cul!-Zllol, liallmlisi Slntlenl llnion 0 lCl.lZAl5l'l'l'll l"llDOl.D 0 CONSTANCIC 1 Rl5l'lR: YNVCA, Spanish Clnh, lfrench Clnh, Cosmopolitan Clnh. I'hi Alpha 'i'hela. 105 'Hem- ' D' -V .. . . . , . . ffw1f,,,.kjNl3lf'lW' Mary Pnryear Dnnean William Cates Dunham Billy Dyer lilifahelh lihhill iilhs Naomi 5. lxsnl ' ' IfIl.V.YUH1fiHl? CfrnlralC1'ly I,cx1'ng'lrm I'n11m'r1l1 Lynrli Sl'llNLI t K x I , Nifholaxviiil' fiCl'alcl Franklin lfilielcl Sara Katllryn l-'isher Margnei ile Ceneva Foul lilifahelh lfuclolcl Conrlance Car if' Sr'l1r:m'r'lurI'y, N, Y, Summ-,i-,-1 l,l'NflIQ'lUlI Purix l.a'.x'inglm1 hu l.iclu Ciawrccl lmrxillglmm Uorclczn Clay Gomllmcy l.uuis11ill1: Virgil l':lyucCiuoclm:1n I.r'xillg'lrm l'r.:lcr A. Grngis Lung Ixlrlnfl, N. Y. Marjorie -lzmc Grillin l,l'Xillg'lUIl Many l"r:lm'cs Ulllllry llrulwillu l5ul'm'ml I-lull fll'0l'glflU7Ull Al1lllll5lll2ll'l llznmzm llunlinglrm, W. VH. l'nul l-luskcll ll'1r.x'lrillg'l0ll,lJ. C. llurollly l-lnlliclcl Ilzllmillrf llL7llyll1lyCS Alirlmi, lfln. Rosalie llcrmzm Imxinglrm GARRICIJ 'ro l4I.lNGIIUl.Z Arts and Sciences 4 IIIR JZIIIICS P. l-Iicky I.r'xi11glrm Ruth lillcn llomls I.n1lix1liIIfr Minlzl llmzkullill' Imrxinglnlz Nelson lloskllls I.f'xing'l0H ...A H. IJ' Iilolllihan 'cxmglon Allgflllnc lull D'IIl7!ilIC Mm . . ,A Their Activities LIDA GARRED: Chi Omega, Alma Magna Mater, YWCA, Pan-I-Iellcnic Council 0 GORDON CLAY GODBEY: German Club, Radio Stall, Patterson Literary Society, Future Teaclters ot' Alllerica 0 VIRGIL I'AYN'E GOODMAN: YMCA, llacleriology Society 0 l'E'I'ER A. GRACIS: International Relations Club. Interracial Group. American Student Union President 0 MAR- JORIE JANE GRIFFIN: Attendant. May Queen, Pan-Hellenic Council, YWCA, Vice-l'resident I'hi Mu 0 MAY FRANCES GUFIFEY: Women's Glee Club, Madrigal Singers. Phi Beta. YWCA, Dutch Lunclt Club 0 BUFORD HALL: Lamp and Cross, President Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Student Union Iloard 0 JOHN S'l'UAR'l' HANNAN: Bacteriology Society 0 PAUL HASKELL: I'i Kappa Alpha. Varsity Track, Varsity Boxing 0 DORO'l'I-lY I'IA'I7FlEl.D: Ins lernational Relations Club, French Club, Spanish Club, NVAA, YWCA, Guignol 0 BETTY HAYICSZ Kappa Kappa Gamtna 0 ROSALIE HERMAN: Orchestra, Radio Stall, XVAA, YWCA 0 JAMES P. HICKEY: Alpha Chi Sigma, Track, I'i Kappa Alpha 0 MINTA ANNIE HOCKA- DAY: Kernel, YWCA, Theta Sigma Phi 0 RUTH ELLEN HODSON: YWCA, Corresponding Secretary Alpha Gamma Delta, l3acteriolog,gy Society 0 NELSON HOSKINS: Philharmonic Orcltestra, Radio Stall' Orchestra, Band, Vice-I't'esident Delta Chi 0 I-IERISICRT JOSEPH HOULIHAN: I'hi Delta 'I'heta, Catholic Club 0 WAYNE HOWELL: Radio StatI', Guignol 0 LEE G. HUBER: Basketball, 'l'ennis, K-Club, Alma Magna Mater, Kappa Sigma 0 SHIRLEY HUTCHTNS: YYVCA Cabinet, Social Work Club 0 ALVIN CURTELY ISSACS: Alpha Chi Sigma. American Chemical Society 0 MARY JAMES: Kappa Kappa Gatntna I ANGELINE ,IE'I"I': Delta Delta Della 0 REBECCA LOUISE JONES: Orchestra, YWCA, Womcn's Glee Club, Guignol, Secretary. Alpha Gamtna Delta 0 'I'HOMAS ENLOE JONES: Radio Stall, Bac- teriology Society 0 JOHN E. K'E'I.LER, Alpha 'l'au Omega. Spanish Club I WILLIAM D. KII.L'EA: Sigma Chi, Kernel, Patterson Literary Society, Intramural lylattager, Scabbard and Blade 0 ANNE'l"I'li KLINGHOLZ: YWCA, Alpha Gatntna Delta, Kentuckian, German Club. German Club. YVayne Howell Lee G. Huber Shirley Hutchins Alvin Curtelv Isaacs Mary James Ipyitygmn 1,,,Hf5,,j11g Cfminglon Iarlzrntoti lafxittgloti Rebecca Louise Jones 'I'homas I-Inloe Jones Jolm E. Keller 'William D. Killea Annette Kllllgllllll Hfflllditl-Yvillff Paris, Trfnu. I,rfxittgl0tt ll'asl1irtg'lo11, IJ. C. lttrlintmjmlis, 11111 Mil: Stl awtlt - w' il" 1. Virginia Aileen Luke l,rfxing'Iml George Sirullier l.:1wrence Cruliz joseph Czllron Lewis lxfxillglrni William llrownc Lewis ,ln1'lc.wn11fll1'. lflu. William Philip Linss Duylml William Nmm lillDSCOIllil. Imxirrglrni I.nuru Lee Lyons I,rfxi1Lg'tm1, Ruth McClung Ruperl, IV. Vu. jenn Mctflonncll lmmzillzr Wayne Mczilonnell lx'ing.vjun'l, 'I'mm. Wynne Mctliinney .flrlrziruillfr Ann lioree McMullen A nclmrngr: Tlllbil' Aqetivities Vll LINI ..l',N l.Alil'1: YYV IJ, Cllll S' "c Cluh, A O CICORCI-I S'I'RO'l'lll'lR .f W .I CIC 0 'lf,Sl'll,l'l CATRON LEW ' i Iiapl ha, S 'rclary and 'I'rcasurcr Young ClIlOCI'2llS' Cluh 0 Wll.l.lAM IIROIVNIQ .C S O Wll.l,lAM l'l'l . .INSSZ l'l'y0r l'r1'-MCcli- I I WI l Soricly, l'hi Sigma Kappa, YMCA 0 XVIl.l.lAM NUNN l.ll'SCOMlI IR.: I"rc:sluuau Cup iu Ccucral Chemistry. Alpha Chi Sigma, Sigma I'i Sigma. I'hi Mu lipsiluu .AURA I.liIi l.YONS: ' ' la llL'll'I Kappa Kappa Gamma. Iicrncl, I'rcsimIcnl 'I'hcla Sigma Phi 0 RUIII M LLUNC. IMI. . ' ' NIurl'u' Della, YWCA 0 l'l'lAN Mc:CONNl'Il,l,: l'hi Bula. Sluilcul Covcrum-I Assm'lall0u. I . YWCA. IACCOIIIIIIIIII. Mens Clcc Cluh 0 L Iloarcl, Wumcirs Clcc Cluh, Rcgimcmal Sponsor, nic in fllILIIIIlIl "ctw Couccrl I'-'xml YVAYNIC Mc:CONNl'il.l.: Ilaml. Alpha Chi Sigma, Amr' 'a I ' ': . I , . flIllIlIllOlI NfI'll1'igcl' licrucl Dclla 'l'au Dcl 0 ANN I"ORI'1I-I 0 YVYNNIC MCKINNICY. IR.: I " 1 O XNNF lOlllSI" MuMllR'l'Y 0 IICA ' RIICRIQR MA- Mt:MllI.l.l'1N: Ixappa Kappa Camma u . , . . . l IIAN: Kappa Kappa Camma 0 JOHN 'l'l-IOMAS MARINARO: I'rCSiclL'ul yor l'rm'-Mmli- val Sucicly, Calholu Cluh, Ccrmau Cluh, YMCA 0 I'AlIl. RANDALI. MARSH: II: 1 Orclu-slra, "f ' "HN 'mlical Sociclv, lIzu'lcriolofx' Sucicl' I MARY liIII'I'II MARTIN: YYY L- 'biIl'lCI'l- .. .-:.. 0 OM.-' Iiyn lILIlL I H 5 ology Cluh, Ccrmau Cluh 0 MARY A. MA'l'I.ACR: Catholic Cluh. YWCA. Alma Magi ' Malcr, III Cluh llIKl1llOlOl.,X Souclx 0 XIARY O M'YI"I'INK'l Y' lI'u'lL'riologv S ricl' XRY I lIIlI lmlu nl Ccrm: I , ICl.I2I'1N MI+2NIII'INlIAI.I,: Cwcns, Phi 1 . Bela Cuiqmml 0 IOIIN Il. MI'.lLAl,I" . . Manager 0 CARI. Mll,l.I'lR: Sigma Chi, YMCA, l,l'YOI'll,I'L'AlXlCLllt'1Il Suriv liliNNI"'l'II CAROI. MORGAN: 'I'H-asurcr Alpha Sigma Phi, I'ryor I'rc-Mcmliral .' " I, YMCA, I.am'cs 0 1 ll l O 'l'l l Sllf lIl'R'l'll-X l5l'il.INlIA MOSS: Chi Omcga 0 ANNIQ MYIQRS: llclla Iclla L: '. I ,. . . . NICIIMAN: II:u'lcri0l0gy Smiicly O LICWIS II. NICI'II,I'IY: Alpha au Omega, Clcc Lluh. Cummillcc 2-IO. YMCA 0 WII.I.IAM CAVIN NOI"I-'SINCI'IR: I crualional Relations C.IuIm. llaml. Alu ' llicliu, . M, . - l"'-Ylmclml, Oilily! Mary A. Matlafk lmvinglmi Khin Clhc. M . Sfl1'lllCi'g-hllgvilll Ilclincla Moss l'Vl'HfIll1ISIl1lI'g Mary O. Mall iugly Imxiliglrniz Anm: Myers Imviriglnn 109 Mary lillcu Mcuclcnhall john lfl. Mct.c'aIl'c Carl Miller Punrifl, Ill. Iirnolcs plxlrlunfl ICllsic Ilcrlha Ncumau Lewis II. Nivclcy William C. Nollsin Cll!1Fl'lllIIIl.fNIi!I Alnunl l'1'r1lon Crnlmm. ix Grace Leigh Oliver Infxingtulr, Don R. Orme l'rrrlim1rlj1oli.v, Iml. .lame Kemp l,1ll'l'lSll Imrxinglrm Isabelle l,C2ICllCI' limzlou ldwnn Phillips I.1fxirlg'lou lislller Pierson fllarnll, Ohio George D. Poole lmfxivlglrm mlznnes Poole I,nxing'lfm Nl2ll'I'l1l Page Rzlmlzlll Imxinglrm Mnrgsnellzn Rzlllill' Slu1rj1sl1m'g Billie Rzlynloml I.oui.w11illr: liclg'er.Orville Reclwine M 11 rrllrvlrl . heir Activities GRACE LEICIV LIVER : Phi ' ie Orchestra, Concert and, Radio Orchestra. Cwcns. Ph' a. ' e Symphony Orchestra, Won l's ' ' 1, Gi' to rchestra 0 DON R. ORME: I appa . gma, Ilasketball, Colt' 0 JANE Klz PARR . 'WCA ' 'teriology Clnb, WAA 0 I I. XllEl,1.'E PEACI-IER: Kappa Delta, YWCA, Kernel O EWAN ll-Il , IPS: Kappa Sigma 0 l'IAIER PIERSON: Pan Politikon Club, International Relations Clnl Alma Magna Mater. Student Government, Association, Pi Sigma Alpha 0 GEORGE D. POOI, : YMCA, Sigma Chi 0 JAMES POOIQE 0 MARCIA PACE RANDALL: Della Delta Delta. WVCA. l'an-llellcnic Conneil, Dutch I.nnch Club 0 lX'lARGARE'l"l'A RA'l'I.IIfIf: Kappa Ka '1 Gannna 0 lIlI,I.Y RAYMOND: Secretary Kappa Delta. Treasurer YWCA, President Mortar ard, Women's Glee Club, Cboristers. I-Iome Economics Club, YWCA Senior Cabinet, Pitkin Ilnb 0 EDGAR ORVII.I,E REDWINE: Alpha Chi Sigma 0 PAIII. REIAIM: Sigma Chi 0 l YCE I-I. R'ElSS: Alpha Chi Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Pershing Rilles 0 'IANI'I'l"l'E RENAKE ' Phi Mn. Bac- teriology Society, Connnittee 210, l'an-Hellenic Council, YWCA 0 ROISERT UCE: Snliy. Men's Glee Club, YMCA, Pi Kappa Alpha 0 GENE RIDDELI.: President Phi 'l'heta. Lamp and Cross, ilIlCl'-l"l'1llCl'lIlly Council, Swimming 'l'eam 0 FLORENCE AGNES l l QNEY: YWCA 0 MAR'l'l'IA IV'EI.I.S RINGO: Ilacteriology Soeiely, Certnan Club, YIVCf Alma Nlilgllil Mater 0 ROllER'l' A. Rl'l"l'ER: YMCA. Pitkin Club, llacteriology Society ANNE OSIIORNE ROAN: Alpha Gamma Delta 0 ALICE ROIIERTSON: Phi Ileta 0 I f RY LYNE ROBINSON: Delta Delta Delta O NVII.l,lAM EDGAR RODMAN: Photogr' y Club, I.ens- hawks, Band, YMCA, Radio Stall' 0 ROlI'ER'I' MUKINNEY ROGAN: a Alpha Epsilon 0 EIIEANOR RUIIIN: Glee Club. Orcllestra. Radio Orchestra 0 IIOH EDXVARD SAMARA: Managing Editor Kernel. Press Club 0 HAROLD C. SCl'lllYI.ER: esident Delta Chi. Inter- I"raternity Council. Scabbard and Illadc. 111 Gqnc ' R' , . Lexin llldcll Florence Agnes Rigney Martha Wells Ringo Robert A. Ritter Ann Osborne Roan Ahee Robertson g on 1lvl1.'lloragf: I'm'.miII1r.Q Nrf1Uf1Ul'l Pillffvfllff Iffwfllgmll lm- YL. R . Niclzolasilhsun William Edgar Rodman Robert McKinney Rogan Eleanor Rubin -Iohn Edward Samara Harold C. Schuyler 'He LC.xi,,gm,l A,Udd1l.S1,m.,, Ijmwillg New York, N. Y. Portsmoulh. Ohio Oscar WullcrScII:1rs I'n1l1lmh Doris Scl I lc I'lru'ro1ls I1 urg Iiilwin Rzuullc Short l.1fxinglrm Mnrjory Shrock Mrrrirm, Ohio lwggy Sliumulc lrnirlrr Clcncvu May Smith lJrul1fill1f Virginia M. Smilh lmxinglnn Slcplmnic Sorokolit Nrfwnrlc, N. ll. Alice .loycc SlDiCiiDCl'gCI l.ul1i.vwillrf Norman W. SIIIIQCI' I .11 Ill rfxrl , 'I 'rrxns lnmcs M:1rlinStupp lr l.1fxinglrm A l':ll.ly Slcm New Allzmry, Iml. Their Activities OSCAR WALTER SICLLARS: Pryor Pre-Metlical Society, German Club, YMCA, Bacteriology Society, Pershing Rifles. Stfabbartl and Blatle 0 DORIS SlC'I'Fl'IJl2: WAA Council 0 ICDWIN RANDIJQ SHORT: Delta Tau Delta, Pitkin Club, YMCA 0 MARUIORY SHROCK: YWCA, WAA, Sllanish Club, Albha Cainina Delta 0 PICCCY SHUMATIC: Delta Delta Delta, Phi Beta, Wo1nen's Clec Club, Future Teachers ol' America O CICNICVA MAY SMITH I VIRCINIA M. SMITH: President Pan-I-Iellenic, Attentlent to Beauty Queen three years, Mountain Laurel Queen, Dutch Lunczh Club, YWCA, Freslunan Pledge Queen, Kappa Kappa Cannna, Stutlent Covernnlent Association, I9-ll Keutuckian Beauty Queen 0 STICPI-IANIIC SOROKOLIT: Phi Beta, YWCA Senior Cabinet, Modern Dance Recital, Cuignol, Ratlio Stalf 0 AM'1iI.IA AIOYCIC Sl'IlCLBl'1RCliR: NVAA, YNVCA, Biology Club, Chetnistry Club 0 NORMAN XV. STAKIZR: Pryor Pre-Metlical Society 0 .IAMIES MARTIN STAPP, NIR.: Alpha Tau Omega, Keys, Ifreshtnan Basketball Manager 0 PA'l"l'Y STICM: YWCA, Stutlent Coyerntnent Association, Pan-Hellenic Council, Delta Zeta 0 Hlil.l'1N S'l"l'1PHl'INSON: Chi Delta l'hi 0 CI-IARLIES STIDHAM: Delta Chi, Ititer-l"t'aternity Council 0 DOROTHY S'l'Ol'l-IIRR Zeta Tau Alpha 0 DOROTHY SllTHl'IRI,AND: Alpha Xi Delta, Secretary Pan-Hellenic: Council, YWCA 0 -IAMICS TAYLOR: I"oot.ball Manager, Track 0 DOROTHY HICATH 'l'lNI.l'IY: Alpha Canuna Delta, YWCA 0 DAVIS VAIICHN 0 JOHN C. WALSH: Phi Delta Theta 0 -IOIC WliTH'ldRII.I.: Sigma Cam- lI1llEpSll0lt,lVlCll's Clee Club, Bantl 0 MARTHA .IAMICS WHl'l'SlCI,I.: YWCA. Della Delta Delta ' CHARl.l'IS 'BYRD WILLIAMS: Lambtla Chi Alpha 0 CHARLICS I.. NVOOIJ: Alpha Chi Sigma, American Chetnical Society o IC. BOYNI-I WOOD O FRANCES I,OllISli YOIINC: Uvllu Delta mm. o tom votmcs: ,tlphtt caiimmit ncaa o DORIS ztmczitzit: czwcas, im- teriology Society, YWCA Cabinet, Mortar Boartl. lillllgq .' - Ta -I . I"I'll:g,,-,OH V Dorothy Heath Tinley Davis Vauglian john C. XYalsh joe XYethet'ill lllll l Wh' 'Ll A Nl' l'inc11illtf frfnkills Cynllzimm Carrollton llarllsruizflllf CIW. ' 'Cs It , ' - Will" . -Sztlymzwiucldlllh Charles I.. lVootl li. Boyne Wootl l"rant'es Louise Young lola Young' Dot ts lcnect P 'I f l'ro1f1'rl1'1u'1r 1 Hnmplmz NI Cylllflfllllll I.vxinglmt I rom: 01111 Armand P. Angelucci Imfxinglrm Kean Ashurst fil'Ill'g'!fl01UIl llhel liarrickman Iiwlfnrfl jack Bernheim I,o1li.willr: llertha F. llrown I.l'XilIgf0ll lirmin V. Brown lmvinglort. Winthrop P. Clarke Imxinglorr. john S. Cole Niclmlns111'llff james Collier Crab Orclzftwl Mayhelle Connelly l'Vrtr.w1zu Vera Mae Meador Cox Sinljzvorzwillzf Imogene Dawson Va rxn i l I as jane Day M 1131511 i I I fr jolm C. Dooley xlllmny, N. Y. A. j. Dotson l'ilcr'11illr: Bruce Dotson Paris I' ' A. Arts and Sciences SE IIIR Margaret A. Zoellcr l,,0'IliS'llfHU Those Without Pictures William I-I. Downing It'r'no.x'l1rt, IVi.v. jolm A. Duncan I.!fNillgl07I john liihner j1f1llI1'lI1f,I'rt. limma I.ou Ford l.1fxingImt lidward Fritz New lirilnin, Conn. Ann C. Candy 1,o1tis11i1lc lidward I.. Gholson l'rul1u'nlz Homer H. Givin . Imxirlglrm Myer Codhclll' Imxilrgloft Ptuekner Hamilton Lzfxinglort james A. Hotcling Sr-lmncrlrlrly, N. Y. Virginia Hughes Wilmrm: lilvert 'l'. 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Boswell Lcxiiiglon. Milton R. Bradley Lozzim Bert Branham Oil Springs Larry B. Brannon 1"1'aulcfort Sam V. llrenls Allmny Albert B. Brooke Pikeville Din id A. Brown Pncl um li J. F. Burger I,oui.willn Robert R. 'Burnam Rizrliuioml Charles Candioto I.L'xing'lon john WV. Carrico l.0lliS1lilll! Edward A. Cave l'ri1lucnli Richard T. Centers Pmlzimll Wilma I.. Clem Bmlforrl Margaret P. Cohen I.IfNlllg'l0Il Victor li. Coniley Niclmlnsrfillzf Bruce F. Cooper ,flxlilnml Carl Cooper Srilyerxvill 1: George B. Craiton Fttlloii Geneva Cravens 1el'Ut?'l'l0ll,lll. Homer L. Davidson Peopl1f.r Ann I-larding Davis Paris Dismore Davis V crsni I I as Vet-nice Day Covington Barbara li. Dennis Iafxiiigloii Granville H. DeRoode liwlrclrfy I-Iaiglzls, N. ul. john R. Dexheimer S0lll!!i'.Wfl Floyd E. Dickerson Dotfffr. N. f. Dorothy Il. Dolbcrg Lfxinglrm Aloe Dunlap I.nxiiig'lo11 'lileanor Earle Lexington Milford lJ.15still I,1'.x'iug'lmi Sara R. listill I,l'Nillg'l01l' Keith W. 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Taylor flslzlonfl Royce R. Taylor I.exin.gt0n Roger S. Tennant 1'ouglzl:ee11.rie, N. Y. Ethel F. Terrell Witlclmslrfr ' jack ll. Thoman flxlllztml Dawes Thomson I.l7.XZlllgllHl Norman 'l'. Xvade -,loltnton City, 'lll5ll1l- Laura Stoney Walton lmzxinglozt Grace Cramer Wehhet Lexington 'l'om Stout Whitaker Ifrzmltfort Ben L. Williatus Lexington Allcnlay E. Winer Staten Island, N. Y. Harold E. Witm Marion Marcia K. lVood Lexington Hylan H. lvoodson lfrlrlyvillo Robert I.. Adair I.ouise Adams Perry R. Atlantis VCl'l1on C. Alexander Carl Ellis Althaus Mjkobert j. Ammons " 'Rilret I.. Arnsparger William j. Askew pilllilllc Elizabeth Bailer Elaine S. Baker 0-T ' t .. . I icllhtnc Mayer Baldauf Glenna Carr Ballard john Henry Barkman S. Charles Barnard nernice Barr Caroline Barrow H1"'0lc1F1-imk Bassham james Allen Beasley D dl- l'Cler Bedford mmlll' Caroline Beeler Robert Lee Beeler l"r -I - RPMI, Hemi' ' L yn Swope Berryman Harry V. Bice 'islet' Mae Bickel jane Carpenter Birk Mull' Lockhart. Blair Bill'lllll'il Bockmgm Frances Bogie Mlfjfellh A. Bohnak ' 111 Frances Booher Ncllilr Ruth Bootle Ijobcfl P. Borden lt. Marie Bracken Mi"'l!1ll'et Bradshaw XI-QL Charles Brauer ' "VY Louise Breedcn lllclly jane Brewer .ouise 'l'. Brightwgll Lucille Britton james W, Brown IIPIIUMGRES A.8S. Lucille Brown Otis C. Brumlield Mary I... Bryant juliette Bryson Sam Caddy Dalton B. Caldwell Virginia Callos Corinne P. Carhartt Donald Carr Stanley Carter Ann Caskey jack Casner Margaret Cassity Bet t y jane Chapman Elizabeth Chapman jane Mtu'ray Chesnnt jolm Howard Clark Virginia D. Clark Laura S. Cleveland Helen Cockriel Van Deren Coke Irene C. Cole Bruce Coleman Brady M. Collins Richard H. Colvin joseph A. Conlorti Robert Conway Brooks Coons Harold L. Cooper Evelyn G. Cox james W. Craig Gene Ray Crawford Mildred Adaline Crawford Theophalus G. Croft William M. Cross Elinor B. Cullison Guy Cunningham Roy A. Cunningham Carlisle l'. Cutchin Bettie Mae Dalzell Charles R. Daniel Robert Walton Daves Leland Edgar Day Charles W. DcHaven Sarah Anne Denny Betty Dew Martha I.ouise Dickstein 'l'om G. Dingns Nerita Dodge George A. Dodson Claude Dailey Donaldson Cecil B. Donnelly George F. Doyle George S. Dozier William L. Duggins Norma Constance Dury Earl j. Eads Hallis Edwin Edmonds George Edwards Howard M. Evans Mary Ann Farback jack james Farris Robert Farriss Demetrius Fassas john P. Fcatherston john Thomas Fitzpatrick Elsie Fleishman Harold B. Ford Arthur Wallace Francis I.loyd Theodore Frazier joe Martin Friedman Erwin Funk Gabriel Gabrelian Aghajzn Richard Ernest Gard Mrs. Upal B. Garrison Phyllis R. Gerald Russell Gilkey l.aVerne Gillen Sarah Frances Georing jacob Godhelll' james Albert. Grant Walter E. Graubart jcannctte Graves Wilyah E. Graves Bess Gravitt Beverly Grillith Elizabeth Guthrie I-lalpin O. Hackett Lois Elizabeth Hall Henry Hammack William D. Hammack Pat Hanauer john H. Hankins Ruth Hardman William Stokes Harris Patil Harrison Mary Frances Hatlield Oscar Haynes Martha Hayman Marie A. Hays Mary Hayworth Billy Hearin Nelda j. Heathman Bernard Hcitman Robert Henry Herbert William M. Hicks Daisy Higgim Dorothy Hill I Ernest B. Hillcnmeyer Emily M. Hisle Miller Holland Mary jane Hoskins Harriet I-Iord Robert Charles Houpt Geneva House Mary C. Howard jolm C. Hubbard William A. Hudson 'Elmer C. Hume jane Lee Humphrey Russell Hunt Betty Hurdle jolm I.. Hurst john Hyatt Douglas M. Hylton XVilliam XV. lson jolm jackson Frances Dora jaggers Orleana Elizabeth janson Agnes L. jennings Lucille jett Clyde E. johnson Mary E. johnson Raymond E. johnson Alfred jones Del ta Theta jones jack jones joseph Martin Karandy Allen C. Karstrom David WV. Keeling joseph McClure Kelly john M. Kelly Richard Kelly Ralph Kemp Raymond S. Kendall Barbara Kilpatrick William H. Kincer David W. Kinnaird Gene Kirkpatrick Charles lidward Kline Alice li. Kling Richard jerome Koch lithel Brooks Koger liugene Konsler 'lidward Kuller james Donald Lail Dorothy Lair Roland li. Lamb jane Lancaster Ann IC. Land William Lee Mary Leach joseph li. Leonard Herschel Lowenthal Thomas Lutes Hilda G. McClaren john S. McLellan Laura D. Mctlonathy Hersel Florence Mctioy William Newton lklcllrosky joseph McGinnis james XV. McGraw Trilby McKeehan William McKenna joseph Bernard McNamara Marguerite Lacey McNeal lilizabeth Steit 2ll't Macon William C. Mahon Vernon M. Manning Margaret Marks Ursula Marshall William B. Marlin lirhy Lee Massie james R. Masterson Nancy C. Maxwell Mary Nell May Arnold B. Meade XVilliam D. Meara jane G. Meyers 124 UPHUMURES A.8S. Charles Michler lilizabeth jane Miller john Thomas Minogue William 'lirnest Mitchell Glenn li. Mohncy Robert Keith Montgomery Swinlord Moore Lucian Y. Moreman jack S. Morris Kathryn Morrison Sam A. Morrow Stanley Morton Mildred G. Murray james R. Myers NVilliam V. Naylor jol1n Phillips Neely james L. Neill W'harton Nelson june V. Nicholson janell. Noble William W. Oliver joan Osborn Anne C. Overstrcet janet Palmer Reginald Palmore Mary Papania Robert Allen Parr Theda G. Patrick Oscar Patterson ' Horace Pendleton Olga Pennebaker Ada G. Perkins George Earl Perry Tom M. Poole Gharles L. Pope limma B. Porter Ruth Ambrose Porter I.nther G. Powell Mary S. Prather john Marshall Prewitt Glenn Price jennie G. Puckett Seymour Pudding Betty jane Pugh I Opal joy Rader Henry Ramenda Marjorie Randolph lvan M. Ratlill' Bettie Reddish Ilronston Redmon Scott Elgin Reed Barbara Marie Rehm Marjorie jean Reynolds Thomas Rhea, jr. Bromlield Ridley Mary L. Rion Marie Robards Mary L. Roberts Louis Robertson Mary li. Robertson janet Rodes joyce Anne Rogers Charles R. Rose George Roth l'1linor'l'homas Rounsavall Morris Royster Harold james Rucker Leah Rudicel George Ryan. jr. jndith joyce Ryley Wilma Hope Salmon William Herman Sanders Albert F. Sauer Ann Louise Saunders Paul james Savage Gharles David Schiller lda Moore Schoene Warren Dickens Schweder Mary Kavanaugh Scott Robert Seaman Richard Seroogy Warren LaRue Shaw j. Paul Shields Buford Allen Short john Louis Shouse George Silliman Frank Skillman Agues Smith Marshall Smith Richard T. Snelling Particia Snyder Howard Southwood Antoinette D. Stabile Margaret Stacey Anita Steele Charles Steinfort: Ross Stewart joseph Stites Robert, Louis Stone Goler Sunderman jane Swartz Robert Tanner Lillian Tate lilea nor Page Taylor Harry Turner Taylor joan li. Taylor Kay 'Taylor Theresa Theiling Houston Thomas Shirley Thomas Dolores Thompson lidward A. Thompson Marjorie Thompson Roger Gray Thompson Virginia Bullock Thomson jesse Willard Thornton Roger Thornton Elmer l".'1'rcntelman james Buckner Trice Arthur Bogehnann Charles Walker Mary Anne Wallingford Albert C. Wasser Mary jane Watt George lvarwick Marianne Webb jndy Weil William Welhorn l Waller R. White Horace NVilder Berta Williams lfrances Williams Marcia Ann Willing Edgar Vincent lVilson jay W. Wilson Louise R. Wilson Clark Wood Sam Wood Betsy Brooks Woodford Helen Woodrum Kate H. Woods john R. Woodyard Shirley Woodycar james Moore XVooldridgC Marjorie june Wyatt Gilbert. Osborne Nvyland Hester Louise Young Charlene Young .lhmes Edward Abell Marguerite Ackerman Ann E. Adams Ashley D. Akers Virginia Allen Alice K. Anderson Richard 'l'. Anderson Charles Arnqld Normalyn Arnold Maureen Arthur Hazel Ashcral't Ernest Ashurst Florine Atkins BCl'llilllll1C Auliqk Betty Avent Byron Bach Adatns Grillith Back Mall' Frances Back Anna Nadine Baird Cecil Baker ROPCI1 Allen Baker Willialn H. Baker William H. Balden Nancie E. Baldwin Dennis Ball Lois Ball Ina Banister R0l3Cl'L Bardwell Hester J. Barker Jallllllll Barker Louis F, Barker ff. Edwin Barnes GCIIC Barr Igatnes C. Bartlett Hema .lean Barton enry Lewis Bmgei n0l'll'ZllD Baum FRESHME A.8S. Elmer L. Baxter james Marvin Baxter Henry M. Bealick Howard C. Beadle jesse T. Beard Geraldine Beaven Celia Bederman Chester C. Bennett Betty Ellen Bertrand Marian Beushausen Nancy Lee Bird Pauline Blackburn jack Blair Susie Blaketnan Henry Clay Blount Bruce Delano Bochler Don William Bochler Betty Edwards Bohannon Lewis G. Bondurant Max Bookbinder M. Adaline Boots Charlotte M. Bosletter Chester Bowtnan Harry Breamer Gertrude Breckinridge Andrew Broaddus Russell Brooks Billy Olive Brown Dennis Brown Florence Elizabeth Brown G. Bedford Brown Newton Brown Ella Watson Browne Lee Brummet te Dick Hathaway Bruner Lelia Bucher James Joseph Buckley Ray W. Burnette Ruby Burns Mary Atchison Burrier Harry Burton Albert' Bushell Colonel Caldwell William Dull' Calvert Ann Campbell Virginia Cantrill james Hiram Carroll William Thomas Carroll Laurene Carson john Raymond Carter Pauline Ruth Case Ulysses Castle Kathryn Catron Robert Harold Chapman .l Henry Chappell Paul Chenault Nancy May Cherry Samuel Chewning Donald jack Clark Lucille Clark Robert Foster Clark Robert Hensel Clark Martha Gayle Cockrell Samuel Cole ames Franklin Collins Ben Mott Combs Clcon Kilmer Combs 'I'homas Henry Combs Nancy Lillian Comer Ann Beverly Conner john R. Cook Ruby joyce Cooke Margaret Ann Cooley William Corbin Anna Louise Cowgill john L. Cox Owen Baugh Cox lValter Clay Cox Mary Mozelle Grafton Anne YVinn Crutcher Robert Cundill George F. Cunningham jane Daniel Victor Davis Douglass Dearing Eleanor Louise Decker Joseph Curtis Delong Jane Lynn Denny Ruth Dingus Donald Donahue Helen Drake Paul Henry Drake james Driscoll john L. Drummy Auburn Bert Ducan William Dunlap George Bain Dunn joe P. Durham Kenneth Dutton Hugh P. Earle Dorothy Jack Eekler Sarah Frances Edmonds Betty Ruth Edwards Nancy Elam Kathleen 'Elerd Margaret. Ann Elliott Ann Bennett Ellis Edward Everett Elsey 'l'. Fred Erwin Richard Lee Eubanks Aubrey Frances Evans Dorothy Ann Evans Betty jean Ewing Marjorie Ewing Sue Dell Ewing 'l'iny Mae Fairfax jane Polk Fanelli Douglas W. Faris Edward Allen Farris john H. Feamster George Feierabend Patricia Fenton jettie Marie Fields Ernesline Fish Richard Hampton Fisher Martha Flaugher William Martin Folk john Fontana joseph Fontana Carleton Foushee William C. Fowler Edgar B. Francis Helen Fraser Esther C. Friedman Charles joseph Fritts Mabel Fudold Carl V. Garner Elizabeth Garr Florida Garrison Evan Gasscr Mary Jessica Gay Arthur NV. Gentry Bernal Gibson Mary Varnon Gibson 125 George Freeman Gilbert lilizabeth Gilkey james William Gillespie Florence Goering julius Goldberg Ernest Gooch john Campbell Goodlett james Coolsby Carolyn Gott Eugene Grannis Betsy Grant Harold Graviss Robert Green Rose Bud Green William E. Greenwell Thomas Ronald Gregory lVillian1 Sloan Grillin Robert Grinstead Ralph Gullett Mabel Claire Gumm Lillian Mae I-Iaddix Kathleen Hagan Louise Patrick Hagan Roberta Hall WVilliam Bruce Hamilton james Hancock joe Hancock Randall Floyd Hammer Denver Haney Charles Xvilliam Harbaugh Helen Louise Harrison Grover Harrod Dorohy Dawson Hawkins Edyth Boyd Heaton Virginia Henderson Kenneth Henry Mary Goodson Henry Arthur Henry Herman George joseph Hermann 126 FIRESIIMEN A.kS. Kenneth Lee Herold jeannet te Marie Hibbert james Graham Hicks Richard Earl I-licks Adrienne Wilkes Mary Thomas Hill jaunita Muriel Hingst jolm Wesley Hinkle William Albert Hockensmith Kay P. Hollsommer Reginald Holtlaman Mary Katherine Holterert ' Helen Hooe 'Eleanor Hook Ann Hopkins Carl Stephen Hopkins Gene Elizabeth Houston Bobbie Marguerita Howard Robert Graden Hoy lirie Knud Hoyer john Rodman Hughes Kenney Hume Ann Durrett Humphrey Robert lidward Humphreys john S. Hutcheson joseph Iidward Hutchinson Bryan Hutchison jack Woodford Ireland Maude Isaacs Ilenna jackson William Hudson jackson Frances Louise jenkins Ada julia johnson Ben I'Iarrison johnson Iimily Clyde johnson james E. johnson Marcia Louise johnson lidward H. johnslone Blaine Doris jolly E. Harry jones V. Louise jones Margaret juelt jack Carroll justice Milton Kafoglis Foster Kaiser Dale Vance Keith Ben Lee Kessinger Roy Thomas Kirk Mayhelle Blue Klappcrt Lowry Kohler Rita Frances Koonz Martha Koppius Gilbert Krenller Barbara jane Kroman Charles William Kuhn Annette Kushner Martha jane Lacelieltl Dorothy Lancaster George Langstalf Bettie Ferrell Lebus Wing Wey Lee Leo Levreault Dorothy Lipscomb Helen Lipscomb Margaret I.itsey Harold Lockwood 'l'. litlward Logan james Frederick Lord Mary Lyle Ruby Lynn Lela Rttth McCarty Martha McCauley Charles Nolte jane McDaniel Robert McDonald Agnes McDowell Arthur McFarlan Phil McGuire Bill McHonc Sarah Mclnteer jean Mclntire Nancy McKenzie james McMahan Ivan Maggard john Maloney Daugh Mahan Charles Manslield Nancy Manslield Iilsie March Daniel Marshall Mary Katherine Marshall Darwin j. Martin George Mart.in Caroline Mason Frances Mason Clayton Masterson james William Mattingly Margaret Maupin Robert Meagher Edith Measel Hazel Meece Rosemary Megibben Baxter Mel ton, jr. Robert Lee Meredith Leonard Metcal l'e Virgil Metcalfe Ralph Meyer I Robert Meyer Mildred Miller Glenn Million Monroe Mink jolm Minton Sarah Lee Mock jolm Moler Billy Moore Helen Moore james C. Moore james li. Moore juanita Moore William Moorlield Coburn Morgan Clyde Mounce jolm Mulberry jolm Carlisle Myers Vivian Nass Seymour Nelson Irvin Neltner Irving Neuwirth Marguerite Nevins Allred Nicholson Imogene Noe Charles Nolte Frank Nutting Martha Obitz Robert Oenbrink Philip Orr jack Osborne Frank Ott Violet Owen Nannie Palmer jack 'Paritz David Parker Dena Parris David Parry john Patton joseph Payne Charlotte Penhale Mary Penix Anna Pennebaker Christine Penney Dora Perry Ann Elizabeth Pettit .l0hn Pl'aIl' Marcus Phelps Hllrold Phillips Charles Pinson Marion Pirkey Mlllllaret Pitman Doris Poindexter Frances Pollack William Portwood Harry Potts Garand Prater L . , C0n.nd Preston Winna Price .l0hn Proctor lf. Jane Purcell Betty Purnell Fart Purvis Charles Racke .lflhn Randall David Raymond Robert Rc. as HOVHCC Redding lv Cl' Reed Frances Reed BCI le Rees Mildred 1 -Cxand Reeve Rl: rances Renl'ro ltllZll'tl Richards 'lane Ricketts N hum Ricketts tmlcl' Helen Rigg Charles L. Rumen ft fi""i' Rlgslw i1r11eI,m,,.ic Rilcy iftlarence Riley kfllvarcl Robards FRES, Dorothy Robinson Robert Robinson Sam Robinson Gharles'l'2. Rogers Frederick J. Rogers Anita Roos lillen Roper Albert Rose Irving Rosenstein Grace Roser Jack Ross David Roth Lewis Rowady Loudelle Rowe Rita Rowe Ruth Russell Hubert Sallee Buford Salyers Robert Samet' Jolm Sandy Merle Savage Horace Sawin Nelson Schacht William Schmitt Jocelyn Schneider Martin Schwartz Russell Schwartz Hugh Scott' Robert G. Scott Harry Seegar Jane Sellier George Scngel David Shearard Jayne Shely James C. Sherman Doris Shewmaker Daniel Shindelbower Allred Shire Willialn Shire lVarren Shonert Margaret' Sims Marjorie Sims Williatn Richard Simmons Hattie llell Skillman Harry Slater Vernon Juel Sloan Bette L. Smith Charles Smith Emory Smith James B. Smith Jesse Matthew Smith Sam O. Smith William Jolmson Smith Doris Smither A.8S. Mary E. Sona Constance Sparks lidwartl D. Sparks Poster Spence William Spencer Carolyn Spicer Mary Spihnan Garola Spurr lilizabeth Stallord Mary Stamper Lucille Stanley Lillian Stanton Adalin Stern Rilla Stewart James Stickler Richard Stoler Gene Stokley Richard C. Stone Dan A. Sturgeon William Surles lid Sutherland John H. Sutterlield George Sweeney William Swegles lidward Tandy Charlotte Tate Fred W. Tate George Tate Jack Hampton Taylor Jolm Lallerty Taylor Lillian Terry Jeanne Thiel Joyce Thomas Paul Thomas Frebert Thompson Hilda Thompson Robert Thompson Martha Thurman Gladys Towery Martha Townseml Harold Trader Edward Traylor Jolm T. Trigg Paul Triplett Helen Truby William Tuney Nancy Tutt J. David Tyree William Underwood Billy Smith Valentine James Vallandingham Marion VanArsdell Dorothy Vance lletsy Van Diver V Mary Van Hooser Alvia Van Kirk Keith Vice Maryan Vogt linna Walker George William Walker St. Clair Walker Wilbur Winston Ward l lilsie Warren lt illiam lidmond Ware lfranktlin liverett Warren James Franklin Warren Julia Ann Waters Gene Weatherford Mary Norma Wetherspoo William Verden Weaver James Lowell Weber Francis Weiland Edith Weisenberger llrooks lVells Roger K. Wells Harold Werst irginia lilizabeth Wesley Paul Westerfield Johnnie C. Wharton Ruth Elizabeth Wheat Theodore White Quintin Wielnan DixieJean Wilcoxen Vernon Wilford Benjamin Harrison Williams Hazel Wills Mary Claire Willmott Nancy l. Wilson Nancy lvombwell Emily C. Young William Herbert Young Willis Richard Young Urban Paul Zoeller 127 I1 1 flllllll 139 Donn Plclwurtl Wiut it 'ns horn ut Fair- tnount, lfloritlzi. Hc olxtztinccl his M. A. and his Ph. D. ut Coltnnhizt. 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Clutter Rohcrt D. llztutt 4. l john Stzmlcy llolcs l0ill1H.Ciiill'iiC.lll'. loc R. johnson. llr. 01 il Gamma Sitgma NA'l'ION.fXI, COMNIIQRCIC HONOR.-XRY I"o1m1lr'1l rll lllu lflli1'l'l'.Yil-Y of Illinois in IUIU Inslnllrrfl 011, CIIIIIIIIIN in IUZS l'URl'OSl'i tat CL :ttnmu Sigma is to cncottrztgc scholttrsltip in commcwc :tml lmttsincss. IIONORARY M ICMBICR Dr. l"r:tnk l.cRonti Mc'Vvy 0 l7l"I'C'l'lRS . , . . . l'rr'.virlr'lll Srrrrlu ry- 'I'r1'fr.vln'1':' l".Mll l lXl'Y M ICM ll IC RS Wztltct' W. .lcnnings Mztrslmll D. KCICIIIIIII Henry ll. Moore Robson D. Mvlnlyrc -lattncs W. Mttrtitl lidgnt' Z. l'ztImct' William A. 'l'oltn:ttt S'l'AFl-' MICMBICRS vclytt Mc:Alistcr Dorothy Salmon S'l'lIDl'1N'l' NIIQMBIQRS Daniel NV:trd Doggett. Robert A. Tltomzxs loc I,og':tn Mttssic Cltztrlcs Sltiplcy Rox Wcnclcll Rztsnick Orlm lf. 'I't':tylor Anne Lot: Stoll Ilowzml Kcnclull Anmicrmmi Cyllfllillllll Philip Angcluctci Imxinglrm lloscpli linlclwin l,ol1i.willr: -IIIIIICS Woody llclcrhci ll,iHilIlIl.YllII, W. Va. llonulcl S. licnncll Ilrn'rl.s'luwu Annu Male llcvins Mvln Dolli Allen Brock RfI'lIllI.UlHl john Paris Clslmplmcll Ifnllmz 'l'l1om:is Roy Cl2ll'lCI' l'l,iHiflllI.X'lfl1ll7l .john R. Clzirk l'rlris Rolnrrl Ill. Cloud I,onis1fillr' 'john lll'0WlllIlf.f Kloimul Dry lffzlgzf AlXlMI'IRlXI.XN 'ro lfimwfzics l'lANNAlI 1 I, 0 m m 15 If as ee SE IDR .luck l.. Cook llzuncs G. Cook Mnrirm Sl. l'zrlm'.s'I11n'g,, I'l1l ilolm Courtney McCoy Craig Imxifiglrm Ilmllmili . A neil' Activities HOWARD li ' ' ,l, AMMICRMA. l'I-IlI.ll' . ANCICI. l 'Cl: Alpha 'I'au Omega 0 .IO . JWIN: YMCA Senior Cahin 0 . VOO 'l.CI'lliR: I'hi Sigma Rap- pa 0 DONALD S. IIliNNIC'I"l': Kappa Sigma. ,anees. .m nillee Coll' 0 ANNA MAIC ISIC NS: Alpha Xi Della. YWCA, Committee 2-I0 0 DO'l"I'I AI.I,'liN BROCK: Orchestra. . lle Symphony Orflurslm. Cosmopolilan Cluh 0 -IOIIN PARIS CAMI I'fI.I. U 'IIIOMAS ROY CAR'I'liR 0 .IOIIN R. CLARK: IIiIlIll.fiCI'lIl1llI Clnlm. Catholic Clulm. .- :ha 'l'an Omega 0 ROIlI'lR'I' II. Cl,OIlD: Kappa Alpha. Caplain Pershing Rilles, Scahlmarml nil Illamle. I.:uu'es, III-sl Drillerl I"reslnnan IEEEI7-EIS 0 .IOIIN BROWNINC CONRAD: Secret Y I'hi Kappa 'I'au. I.ampan1l Cross, SIIIKICIII Covernmenl Assorialion, Inler-l"r:uernily Council, Sl lenl llnion lloarxl. Renluekian Ilusiness Stall, 'l'reasnrer Keys. Who's Who Among ,AllIl'l'Il'IIIl C ego Slumlenls 0 AIACR I.. COOK: Alpha 'I'au Omega 0 IIAMICS C. COOK: Slnclenl llnion lloa . Slumlenl Cor- ernmenl A:soc'ia.ion. I.a1np anal Cross. Signia Nn O AIOHN COllR'I'Nl'1Y: I'l Jclla 'l'lIOI1l. YMCA Senior fillllillifl 0 AIUCOY CRAIC: Cllorislers. Men's Clee Clnh. Ilanml 0 I XRY ROSI-I CROOR: Kappa Della, Commillee Qlll. YWCA 0 l'Alll. FRANCIS DICCKICR 0 M IAR'Ii'I' DICNNY: RO'I'C Sponsor, Maid ol' llonor lo May Queen. Suulenl Covermnenl Assn lion. Orchestra. College Chamher ol' Commerce. llomeroming Queen. Auenclanl junior Prom ieen. Allemlanl Military Ilall Queen O 'IIIOMAS lIlIi'l'IiRI.I'1: Sigma Nu 0 DAN DOCCIC' ', -IR.: Bela Camma Sigma. Presiclenl College Chamher ol' Commerce, Presillenl Commer , Iimploy- ment Assoctialion, IIIICI'-I:I'IlICI'llIlY Council, I'resiclenl Pallerson Literary So-' 4, Treasurer l'hi Della 'I'l1ela 0 LYMAN II. ICV'l'1RI.Y 0 ROIII'1R'I' li. l"ISl-IIIACK: I'r u Kappa Alpha. 'l'rac'k. K-Clulm 0 KI'1NNl'1'l'Il I"RI'I'Zl,AN: YMCA Senior Cahinel. fvsmopolilan Clulm 0 Wll.I.l'AM I-1. l"IlCllS: lllue anal While Orchestra 0 IACK II. COI, '.i'llliRC: Camma 'I'au l l Alpha 0 RllSSIiI.l. ROlIICR'l' CROVICS: YMCA 0 IVRANCI-IS C. ANNAII: I resident Chi Onu-ga. AIOI'la!' lloaral, Cwens. Business Manager li-Ilook. YW .enior fi1IllllN'l. Pitkin Cluh. Slumlenl Ilnion Iloarml, Chairman Sluclenl Slanilarmls Commi . l'au-llellenir Council. 133 'IMI R. Crook l'auI I"l'aneis Decker Margaret Denny I Ilomas Dlelerle Dan lloggell,-lr. Lyman II. lzvellx Ulmlon fi0'1lf!lg'fUll l.r'.vinglon On'r'n.vI1oro Oz4'ir1g.v1'iIIr lIlll'ff'lH'1i ,ull ill- I"isl1l1ac'k C. Kenneth lfrilvlan William Ii. I"uc'hs ,lark I.. Colmlenlmerg Russell Roherl Crows I"ranc'es C, Ilann ill '-fllliwilln ll'ilmnrrr f1Yll1'llXINll'!l Som1'r.w'l li.Ullf.Y1'iHt' Sln'll14x'willf' 1 ' :diiimifif William M. l'I2lllIl2lll,4ll S'Iu:lby11ill1: Dznnon C. I-lurl Lo1mis11illc Clark I-Icnclcrsun l,I!Nl.llglUll Murry Holcomb l'ill.vbm'glL, Pri. I-lirnm 'johnson Crwlziu Ilclcn HlIgllCS.lUllCS I'Villcln'.vlm' William Kurrnkcr l.rfxi:1glo11 Frank john Kccs ,fl lvxzmzlriu William limil Knzlclmcl lforl 'l'lwmn.v Maury llllilllilil I,2llIC I'Vim'lm.slrn' 0lliSl'1llIlI.2llIlCl' Dry Riflgc lili Levy lrwiur: YVILLIAM M. HANNAH 'lo Rum Commerce E IDR SilllUlll':Ii1,CVy Lexington llolm ',l'. Lyons I"lamiug'sI1:1rg Hclcn Long Carlisle Roy McBr:1ycr I.1rwrfr11r:r:I1'urg' Their Activities WILLIAM M. HANNAI-I. AIR.: Vice-President Kappa Alpha 0 DAMON C. HAR'l': Blue and White Orchestra. Kernel 0 CLARK HENDERSON: Kappa Alpha 0 MORRY I-IOLCOMB: President Phi Kappa 'I'au, Student Union Board, Inter-Fraternity Council, Pan-Politikon Club, President Lanees, YMCA Senior Council, O.D.K.. Radio Announcer, Cuignol 0 HIRAM JOHN- SON: Alpha Sigma Phi, Lanees 0 HELEN HUCHICS JONES: YWCA 0 WILLIAM HENRY KARRAKICR: Pershing Rifles, Men's Clee Club. Pitkin Club. YMCA Senior Cabinet, Kentuckiau. Inter-I"raternity Council. Chairman Safety Driving Campaign. Student Standards Committee. Who's Who Among American College Students, Business Manager K-Book, Lamp and Cross, Secretary Delta 'l'au Delta 0 FRANK AIOHN KEES: YMCA Senior Council, Rille 'I'eam, Student Council, Young Democrats' Club. Committee 2-I0, President Della Chi 0 WILLIAM EMIL KNATIBELZ Kappa Sigma 0 MARY KIUANITA LANE 2 YYVCA Q O'l"l'lS PAUL LANTER 0 ELI LEVY: Vice-President Camma 'I'au Alpha 0 SIMON ELI LEVY: Cantina 'I'au Alpha 0 HELEN LONC: YWCA, '1'reasurer Alpha Xi Delta I 'IOIAIN 'l'. LYONS: Scabbard and Blade, Cotntniltee 2-IO, YWCA 0 ROY MLIBRAYER: Delta Chi 0 PA'l"l'IE LOCAN MQICORMACK: Business Education Club 0 BRICIC Mt:EUl'1N: Sigma Alpha Epsilon 0 KIOIC L. MASSIE: Sl1Ky. Pan-Politikon, Pitkin Club, YMCA Cabinet 0 CHARLES EDIVARD MEYER I HENRY P. MON'l'COMlCRY 0 D. H. MORRIS: Phi Kappa 'l'au, Lamp and Cross, YMCA 0 ROY XV. MULLIS: Seabbard and Blade, Pershing Rifles 0 WILLIAM 'I'. NASH: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Student Union Board, Lamp and Cross, Pershing Ritles 0 SARA JANE NICANDER: YWCA 0 CHARLES L. PRICE: Pitkin Club, Cosmopolitan Club. YMCA 0 CHESTER RAEUCHLE: Triangle, Senior Football Manager 0 CAROLYN LOUISE REID: Kentuckian, Alpha Gamma Delta, YWCA, Publicity Chairman Jewell I-Iall, Alma Magna Mater, Recording Secretary SuKy. me MCCormack Brice MeEuen .loc L. Massie Charles Edward Meyer Henry P. Montgomery D H Nloiits Lgxltlglou Owr:n5bm'o lwxiltglolz I'l6II!1!fl'SOII Fmnkforl Ilnwsnu Springs g'JIi'tv.rtt,1ia William 'I'. Nash Sarah -lane Neander Charles L. Price Chester Raeuchle C uolyn I ouisc. Reid C, M 1 "V, Calif. Lzrxinglou I.1?.Yi!lQ'f0ll Ifnrlinglon I.o1lis1riIln I 1 If s no a C. Il. Rice Grr'm111illr' Alannes C. RonlL Ni1'huIns11ill1f Helen Rowznly ll',fllI',l1'Sll'7' l"r:lnc'es Arlele Selircck l.frxiug'lon, Cutlierine Sheehan l,lfNf1Igf01l Mary Sheehan l,1rxi11g'lml Billy Moore SICWZIFI, Cynllliarlfl Anne I.ee Stoll I.f'NfIlg'l07l Rolierl A. 'l'ho1n:1s flxhlnnrl Lorrznine 'I'owlcs l'm'i.v larry Louise Weisenlierger Aflirlwny Roy CI. Wlnlyne,.lr. A 7H'll0'Y'llglf Rim: 'ro Wool.I,AM C 0 m m e r cz e I-Izirold Burclny Williams Czirrol Rollins W001l f.IfNflI'Q'f0ll Iilnomficlrl C1nllierineI,uniHe VVoollznn V urxfl i I I rw Their Activities C. . RICIC' a Phi Epsilon, Comm 'e 2110 AMES C' ll'l"l': Sigma Chi. Committee l 0 GLEN RONVADY: YNVCA 0 FR ,CS AD' .' .'Cl-IR ": NVAA O CA'l'l-llCRlNli ETEHAN: WAA,YWCA,Catl1olieCluh 0 MARY SHICHHAN 0 llll, ' MOORE S'l'liNVAR'l' ANNIE Llili S'l'OLL: Cwens. Delta Delta Della, YNVCA 0 ROISIC 'l' A. 'l'l-IOMAS: Phi Kappa 'I'au 0 LORRAINIC '1'ONVl.l'lS: YNVCA, XVAA 0 MARY l.Olll. 'I XVICISICNISICRCICR: Vice-President Chi Omega, Dutch Lunch Cluh, YWCA. Pershing R' - Sponsor. Attendant May Queen, Attendant junior Prom Queen 0 ROY C. WI-lAYNli, U .: President Kappa Alpha, Pershing Rilles, Keys 0 HAROLD BARCLAY WILLIAMS: Al ' 'l'au Omega 0 CARROL ROLLINS WOOD: Sealrlmard and Blade, lnler-Fraternity Counel Student Covern- ment Association, House Manager Phi Della 'l'lieta. Men's Clee Clnh, Wl . Who Among American College Students 0 CA'1'HliRlNl'1 LOUISIC WOOLLAM. Clillord li. Amos l'il:1fvil1f: I-lugh Iidgar Blades lirool:.r1Iill1: Claudia C. Brown lViuc'll1f.rIm' Robert Clingan Mrmxficflrl, Ohio Howard C. Davis l.uui.r1fillz: jolm Allen Dmm lfltllon Claude ll. Fields .flllen William Foley lmxiuglon Melvin lf. French M1'lro.rr' PIlT1i, I I I . Charles L. Carnett I-lojnliitmlillrf Those Without Pictures Harry Corman I.ouis11iIl1: 'lliomas C. Cries Imfxiuglort Arch W. Hamilton l.f'.x'ingIou james Hardin Neat flllmny, 11111. 'l'om Davis Harris Mo rgn nfizflrl l.. P. johnson I,1'.vi:1g'lo11 William Cecil liiltinger Ozvensboro lidward Long l.!'.YillgfU!I jolm 'l'. Lyons I"lr'mfng.rI111rg' Thomas H. ltlaellonalrl l'll!'lllfllg19lIlll'g' james R. Maxetlon I,axingIon john Thomas lXlcCarll1y C11i1'11go,IlI. Ntlilliam Carter Palmer I,l'!l1'ifIl'Hl'I' jolm Milton Perdue Ilowling' Grew: Ruth M. Pile l"!Il'llillSlIlll'g Rex W. Rasniek 1illI'll0lll"llilllf Alrin L. Royalty lmxillglrlrl limory ll. Samuels Co.v'.r Cruel: liclgar Sergenl illiflrvny Catherine Sheehan I.v.x'ir1glo11 'lliomas Alexa Stokes lr1fin1' 'l'homas j. Weat hers l.l'A'fllQ'fUll Margie lirans Williams Crlrolllon Catherine Nlhite Wilson ll'1lllIl' 137 47 I 'N Iicnujzuniu 'I'. Adu PJ A If .'II1fmj1l1i.s, Trfnn. Q RIJSCIIIIIIW'HITJWII X iz f l.w.x'il1glu1l 138 I5c1'nic'c llullglrcrly Ii A ' lfllllllfllllll Ilzlvlrl I5.C.rz1lmln A'I'i2 Illilllrm , A ' IEA, ,. ,1- A viv f I ,my 14 M gg ' .-', A L ', .. A I . w ' 2 I fl I.m':l I5:n'l'mx' Ilolm CI, ISul1rIu1':ll1l. Ilclly IIullm'II' Iimlwnrcl Ilownc. llr. Ii K I' A 'I' E! A I' A Ii A lmxillglmz lIirrl:H1r111 finslwlz Clowrrjmrl .lulm Prllfgill, jr. Maury l.cc l'JlIl'llCIl Rolmcrl BIIVIUII AIIll'g'2ll'Cl Clzmlrill 'I' ICI' A I'A ATA li K I' I.r.x'i1lglm1 Alnyfirlrl .Vir'l1nlu.wfillw l.w.x'ing'lnll U N I 0 R C0 m Ill crises Owctzn' 'I'. Ilorlml K1lIIll'I'IlAlCIIII Iiwcrs Hcmlc II. Ferris Mary Ag,gncsCiuImIm:1rcI A X A .S'rnurfr.w'l K A A Z I'ni:1l.willr: ,Illff'lllPI'lfIQI' l,I'.X'i!lg'f0ll Cllmrlcs Hpccrrl Only Ilussc-II Circsllzlln I'.2lI'l I". llxlrlrlcu William: Ilcrclgcs K Z1 'I' K 'I' 1'?'fllI,'l'ffHI, Il". Vu. II Ii A l"rr111l:l'ur! I,r'x'1'r1ILglml .IIm'gfl1l1ir'lrl RIIIIX .Io Ucrvmrclm A -5 :mics Ilmwxl li1m'l1'l1g UVM" llolm II. 1100 Ii A flf'nVgl'l0U"' -: f l.1'xing'lU" I llc-m'vIIlIIc1lIlW ' 4,3 0 l.r',x'i1lg'lff" I W Illzlcc I.. Ilislop NVull:lc'c li. Iluglws Willi:im'l'1:irl Irwin .lim Moss Ilnlmsmi I'illlZIlICllI.xIIIll'1.'WS'I0lIl'N Iillis If. 'limes A.XA 'DAD ATI? .XIII AAA 12.-XII. U'.wng'lmr 1.IIlII'!I.S'l1'I' .'I.Y,IlIIlIIl Clinlun Puri.x llnllulfn, 'l'rnu. llIIIIIIICl'.l0llCS ilcorgc Rolmcrlsmi liugin llolm I.cR0y licllcr llnul Kelley .Xmlllison XV. l.cc. lll 'l'Iu-lmzl IAJQZIII If I A 'I' A 'I' Ii 'I' -I' E Ii Ii .X C11-m'gf'lmmr I+f'.X'lllQ'flHI l"runl:!'m'l IIfIl'I'0!l.VIllll'Q' IJ4'r'frl:lr'. llul. l,n:l1'.vwill1' X1 L 0 m lll 0 l' ce are 139 31111 ll. Long llcllyI,0l1gSw0l'lIl W. lfisli WIIII'Sll'llIl. 'liz Viiivvlil Marlin William Dixon Mzlxcmlmi -IllIICI.K't'WIl'lIII1' "'l"l"'.Q'lr11z IC A 'I' A 0 '.I'.X'f!Ig'lUIL I.f'XillQ'fIIII .-X I' A l.l'NfIIg'fUlI, nllcrnrl, Ohio Cinrillnrlli. Ohio R . . , . . . . 'Hllnll Mllclicll Cl:irul1ncNcwclI Rlrliziul Iimlwln NIC'liL'l'SUII I"l':lm'csl.onlscOi'sl1ll1'l1 IIIII I'cnim'k ll. Ivam l'UIlS "'f'ffffah x sz A X 1 'r .fx -II A o -1- A 0 flluyxwillr' I'mlgl1l:1'r'jr.vl'r', N. l'. l'il!'IIlflIQ'.Ylllll'g' lmlurrmzi Sllrllwyvillr. 'l'f'rm. I X- I I 2 ,H 'Z . 1 Helen ll. Powell lh'lu'el'1'ic:c Sinr:lz1i1'l,. RZIQIIOI' George ll. Riley Lloyd P. Roherlson Shelhy Slllllllilllla. X Sl A l' l' A X f.IfNflIg'f0ll, K A K A .Mr 1ff1ZUfl.II4LQ'fjI'l'lfII Imfxilrglfzxz l"rmrj1orl, N. l". Ix'iIlg'.x'lml, Pu. Ifnrl llllllffl'-fn I' George IC. Shelly Sylviz1Siegel Lllcille Smool Hen D. Suhlell, Sum Many 'l':iylor Riclmrcl Wnllcl l,rfxing'lolL Dzmwillrf Cnrlislr: Cllyflf Iir'1'1'r Dum K A fiwrn'gr'Iu11'V' . U N I 0 Ii ' 'l0llllll0I'l3l! Arlliur Walsh Rus Wurc Snruli Allll'g2ll'l'l While A 'I' S2 K A l'm'z-yvillrr Cyrllhifum Gr:rn'g'1flomn james Edward Adkins CallzflIsIm1'g listill Arrowood Pninl.rviIIr: Frank A. Baldwin Canal Zone Harold Pfaker lmxinglrnl jolm Bill lllaek liarlmimfille joseph ll. Boatman linrllrmrrfille j. S. Burnett, Nir'lmIn.wilIe Sam Carliek l'mI1urnlz jolm Dennis Clark Llfbllllflil Richard L. Clinkenlmeard I.exing'lon Sidney Carroll Coale Ujnjmr M onl1'lru'1', N. j. Ralph Ketmeth Cox Iirrlrlfvrflnfillzr Vaiden Cox Grnlz Edward 'l'. Davis I.o1li.S1fille Harold S. Devel' Lcxiuglon Forrest Doyle Niclmlrmfille I.orene Eason liryrltllsrfille XVarren Coolidge Evans Sl. CllIll'l1fS,VIl. Billy P. Green Lexington UNIIIR C 0 m m e 1' as c Without Pictures Robert W. Guslcy Sclmmmlzuly, N. Y. I.cCrand I-lateher Brrrzfrl Ann Winston Henry 1'l'l'll!l,ifUVl Mason Hoekensmith l.exing'lou Robert Horn Ifrn 11 lrfort David li. james I,1f.vingIon lidward Polk johnson l.oui.r1fiIh' Clenna Melrose jones Ih'ool.'s1Iille lfrank Kees f'Hlf.Wl7lfl1'fIl Royal Kendall Iiardwell joseph Guy Kennedy Louisrfilln Paul j. Kirhy Cmzinglon julian William Knippenherg liurlinglou Guy Lamb Marion Calvin 0. Landrum I.exinglou William Lawrence Coviuglon joe Calvin Lovell Riclimonrl Walter MeComas 1iurl.r1fs1Jille Carl Manning lslnzard james Rohert Marlowe Llfxillglllll Willard K. Moherly 0li111fHilI Stuart Miller Moore Paris David Marrs Marlin Preston Murray I-Iorxrf Crum Bernard 0'Nan I-1z'11rlr"rsou Isadore Pineur Nir.'l1r1ln.wiIle Wilmott j. Prewitt tlll.SIt't'liI1g Sue Ransdall l'r1'slo:1.rlmrg Kenneth Reektenwald l.l'.Yfllg'l!llI jack Reeder lmxillglull Charles ll. Richardson I'n1lur'nlz jatnes C. Roult lVf!'fllIlIIS1lfHl! Paul liverelt Sanderson l'n1lur'11h Irvin SlTllllSlCl'Ill1ll'l Newnrlr, N. Al. Clarence Seoville Lonrlou Charles Edwin Skidmore I.zf.vi11g'lon joe Marshall Stallord I.1'xing'lon Virginia P. llmstead Norton. Vu. William P. Venters l'fk1f1Iill1f Rolmert Harmon Watson Sl. Cl1m'le.x', Vrl. lva Frances Watts Nif'l1ol11.r1fill1f llernard A. Hlells I.ou1'.m H. R. White Il"illir1m.vI111rg' Frank Edward Wilford l,e.viuglon Richard Keating Young lVinrlu'sI1'r IIPIIUMURES William Mitchell Abt'aham Edith Adatns jack E. Aicken Emilie Augusta Aldridge Mat'y Allen Thomas D. Arkle Louise Arnett joe B. Arnold Norma Barker Maxwell Pringle Barret Frank Attgusttts Bauer Charlotte Baugh Rttby E. Baxter R. Leonard Bell Marion N. Berry Marvin Bing Mary Lewis Boaz james Dennis Bonheld Mary L. Bozarth Melvin Charles Brewer Perry Cassell Bronough Billie Burnett Ann Lucile Cannon Ernest Cantley Harry Basil Carrico Paul Cawn 'Ellery G. Chase Virgil Christian joseph Hardin Clements David Weir Collins Carter F. Combs Mary Lida Comer james Eltno Conley Roy Montgomery Cootis Nan Cecil Dawson Commerce Robert E. Davis Ralph Lee Dean . Carlyle Driver Mary Katherine Earle Frank D. Edwat'ds Winlred M. Ellis Hubbard M. Endicott Frank T. Etscorn jatnes Robert Evans julius l'. Evans Byt'atn Faris Bernard E. Faulkner William M. Floyd Nvinston Key Cardner Bradford T. Garrison 'l'olbcrt C. Griggs Hal Thomas Hackney Sonia Hagenbnch Frank B. Hale Alexander D. Hall Ed I-Iank Tyree Harris Carl Thomas Henderson Robert H. Hillenmcyer Lee Roy Hughes Harry Dillard Hunt, james Patil jackson Emery Hill jolmson Russell Clyde jones Margaret Elizabeth Keaton jolm LeRoy Keller XVilliam l'. Kemper john Hervey Kerr john Morrow Kinnaird Mary Bayne Lackey joint Fulton LaNier Harold Mason Lathrem john McDaniel Cuy McConnell Marion Mahurin Clifton Campbell McMtlllin Arnold lfrazer McRae William Marion Mills Charles Robert, Minton Charles Henry Morris john Hord Nevett j. Terry Noland Gordon Roy Parsons james Wallace Perry Virginia Elaine Pineur Lawrence E. Potts lValler R. Puryear Edward Reinhardt Theodore Reed Renaker Richard Rice Dorothy G. Riddle Anthony Roche 'Edward Roederer Walter Ruby lrene Bernice Salutsky Dorothy Mae Saunders Louis B. Scheintnan Walter jolm Schick Alice joy Scott john Clay Scott Clenn XVood Sellers Othor R. Shadwick Troy Edward Singleton Roger Elliott Sproles jatnes Milton Stathis Kenneth L. Stephens Benjamin B. Sttllivan Mary Eileen Sullivan Willis Sutherland john Stephen Swift Milton Mitchell Ticco Claude Wheeler Trapp john 0. Tyler Robert E. Uhls Thomas L. Walker Williatn Clay Walker Not'bert Ward Mabel VVarnecke Roberti Douglas Mfarth Sylvia West Eugene Whalen john Whetstone William Atlee Wilson Williatn 'Pope Wilson Ellsworth Austin Winn Lee Porter Witt 'l'roy E. Adams William Russell Bailey Dorothy Hall Baker jack Garrett Baker Karl Edwin Barber George E. Barker Thomas Pearce Bell Roslyn Bellinson Dan Harrington Beuckart Louie Paul Blanchet Robert Fuller Blanton Warren W. Boone Kenneth S. Bruce Ann I-lilton Bryant Frank Buddenbaum Ralph L. Buddenbaum Marshall XV. Carnes john Carroll Cheshire Elbert Alden Chichester Dale Collins jatnes Patrick Conley Leonard Cott1'ell Royce Cox jolm joseph Crem in Wvalter Harry Crory William W. Crosland William Davidson Page Morris Davis Bett.y Dawson Dorothy F. Decker Charles Devitit Carl Diamond jolm Harrison Dixon jolm Edwin Doddridge Dorothy jane Dougherty Price D. Dougherty GeorgeEllsworth Dudley Butler H. Durham Charles D. Eblen William Settle 'Evans 'l'om C. Ewing jolm l-lenry Fisher Bet t ie C. Fitzhugh Olen Foley Lula Foley Sara K. Fox john Fraukeburger FRESHME Commerce Charles Frazier Aubrey Clement Fuller William Huston Fulton Mary Frances Greer jolm Edward Gorham Floyd B. Guthrie Margaret Anne Hackney Newell Perry Haddeu Patrick Francis Hanley William .Land Hanson Virginia P. Haynes Virginia M. Hendricks Donald joseph Hillenmeyer Adolph Hilpp Margaret Hook Shelton Hoskins Elmus Lynn Houston Charles William Howard Howard Robert jones Luther Kay jones Helen Kafoglis Virgil Kegley Eugene O. Kelly james Keneipp George Wfalter Kietzman Charles E. King Paul McKee Kinnaird jack Krabill William Leslie Land Robert Kinkead Landrum . Walden E. Lander Genevieve Larew Mary Emily Lawson Walter Leeti, j1'. Warren Leet Franklin I-loward Lietz Harold Barnett Lindsay Austin Beaulord Long Katherine Lovern Pauline A. MacDonald Anthony Sebastian Marshall Ethel 'Ellen Malone William Asher McCann Mary Ellen McConnell Claude Ray McGaughey john L. McNeal Dixie L. Macklin David james Mahanes Mervin Martin Harry Milton Miller josephine G. Mobcrly Hugh Moorhead Billie joe Morgan Ruth Mullinaux Roger I.. Mulloy Napoleon Napier Peggy Marie Newton Hoyt Nobel George NVilliam Nutter George Thomas O'Brien David Oldashi Evelyn Page Sam Papania Betty Payne Robert Pennington Bradford Prichett Richard Ramsey Raymond Randolph Sarah Richardson Hagen Roberts Wickliffe Rogers Betsy Ann Ross Dorothy L. Rothan Melvin Samms jolm O. Sandbach Everett Paul Scranton David Siegel Willie j. Silvers Marion Dailey Snell William Thomas Stephenson jatnes Allen Stewart, Richard R. Strother WValler S. Squires Carroll Lee Sweeney Edward L. Swift j. K. Thompson Raymond Caldwell Tucker Ruth Evelyn Turner Glenn Van Bever Lloyd W. Waddell Harold Benton Watts Dick Webb Margaret Lois XVebb Eugene joseph Welch Russell E. XVhile jolm NVllse Wisner Nelson Wooleott Donald 'l'. Worthington Oscar Catletl Wright, joseph Henry WVuerth Hogan L. Yancey john'Edwin Young john joseph Zawisza dn Dean William 1 1 then. ation Dean 1Vi11i:nn Taylor oi' the Coilegc ol liducntion was horn in llenver Dani, Ken- tucky. He obtained his 11. S. degree from the University in 1912, his M. A. degree 1'ron1 the University oi' Wisconsin in 1913 :ind his Ph. D. degree from Columbia. He has been denn ol' the College ol' lii1llCill10ll since 1923. He was editor oi' the "Kentucky School journu1". 1927-1934, and was president ol' the K en- tncky Education Association in 1929. S. Taylor Anne Wilson Miss Anne Wils son g1'ilK1ll2llCC1 from the University in -Innc 1936 and has been secrclztr t ' ' y o Dean Fnylor SIDCC I Sun' flrflj FUIVVH l,n11i.wf lirzlwr rnlrl llwr fnlllfrr, Dr. Al. ' , W- N- lf1lfH'V 11410 f-V llfvlff Uf Ulf' fl!" lrwnl nf rfzlllrrlfimml nrllnin- fmrlmvrll of rli.vl1'il1ul1'1f1' m'1'ujmIi0n.v. i.YlI'tllfl1lI,llIlfl rliw'r'Im' of H11- lillrwnu 1!fSf'lIOUI Sf'r1fi1'cr,' Dr. Cnr- .vir Ilrllllrlrrmrlx friglllj. lrrvlrl nl Iln' will of IlQ'I'i!'llHlll'llI f'flur'alin:1. rlrjm rln ...Sq une of the profs . . . I lm Ill Al'r.v. Rullz lflninrnv. ill-Vlfllf' ' Nm v I 'llfIOIl. I wh-nrvnlary rr ur ' lvrul of llur rI1'- Ir film' Rrzxs flrflj. 1' ' "r'lmlnqy, rflurvlllolml fm l!'lHIl'lbl uf' ' M , -. " ' ' ""1Ilj.ll.V.Y0f'l1ll!f 111111 I. D. H'INIIllII:S U15 jn'0fz'lvxm' of rllmvlllml. Il rr' I'fll1'1l ,Illrn flwfly l'IllIfIlll'l.X II r'ln,x.x fix II jn'rlr'lfr'r' ll'llf'll!'l'. Klligllly plllwrl Ilrllllllllll l1'rl1'l14'x Ihr' 1l1mIn1nr'r1lnl.s nf lllI,YlH'fllIlH in Ihr' gVlllllKIA'fIIIlI. ...liver at the rainini .'13ll00l . . . ,Unrllm Iiluiurf Smith flwflj rlirrr'I.s wurlc on ll xlrlgz' .vwl in jnwjmrrllirm for ll play. I,lH'Ilfll'Y Dm friglflj g'fWI'.Y iufliwirluul lmljf In u .flrlflfvrl in Ihr' nirrlll gwrrlr' .x'rlj1r'r1fi.wrl .vlml-v rurml. l 4 Q l'Inl1c.'x'l'loN ll1m.mNr llelly Rhine Ariz M1'I'l11'rr, Col. Nellie Mae Buell I ,all ru Mgr' Henry Clillorcl llziiley SI. l'r'lr'r'.sI1l1rg, l"ln. livelyn llznllingzll ilfI.0li1fr'I Frank Dawson Benn I-Inrlfurll Helen Curr lll:icklxurn l'Vinrlu'.rl1rr Belly llreeclen Rllrwlnrlrl Marjorie M2lj'C l,rl'lllOll V0 rsrl i I I rs Virginia Lee Burgess lVnymf, IV. Va. Virginia Avice llyrnsimle I.l'lHIllUlI Slzmlurml Clnggish Cnrbin Mary Wulcoll Cnnzlnl Imxiliglrzll Aicrz 'ro I.ANllRl'2'I'll Ed llfiiltiilll SE Illll Virginia Cord Yvonne Cowscrt l"l1'n:ingxl1urg Imxiuglon Lucy 'l'erry Clrenshzlw Huston Curtis Iluplrfmwille il'Irr'v.v1filI1f ,ir l ,f ' hei r Activities Bl'1'l" 'Y I ' . AR'l'Z: Alpha Czunnn ella, liclitor ' 'es, Chairman Art Conunittee eine Residence Halls, YWCA, Guigt . hologt Club, Art Club, Future Teachers ' America 0 NELLIIC MAIC IEACH: Phi Mu 0 HENRY Cl.lFF0l SAIIIICY: Senior lnlra- tral Manager, Physical lizlucation Club. Choristers, Men's Clee Club, 'rack. Fencing, R-Club 0 lf1Vl'1l.YN ISALLINCAI.: YWCA, tl-H Club, Future Teachers ol' Amerim 0 FRANK DAWSUN BEAN: YMCA Senior Cabinet, junior Manager lntrzuuurals, Pitkin ub, Physical litltlczi- tion Club, Future 'l'eac'hers ol' America 0 l'l'IiI,l-IN CARY Bl.ACKllllR.' Alpha Canuua Delta. Pitkin Club, YWCA, Business lflclucation Club, Dutch Lunch Club 0 Ill-1' ' llRlil'2Dl'1N: Treas- I uret' Delta Zeta, WAA Council, Conunittee 210. YWCA, Cuignol, Future "'u'hcrs ol' America 0 MARIIORIIC MAYIC l5Rl'l"l'ON: YWCA, Future Teachers ol' America YIRCINIA I.l'2l-I lillRC'lCSS: Future 'l'cac'hers ol' America 0 VIRCINIA AVlCl'1 BYRNSIDIC: Business Piilllfil- cation Club, Future 'l'eacthers ol' America, Connuiltee 2l0, YWCA, Business X lllllvli Club 0 STANFORD Cl.llCClSIl O MARY W0l.C0'l"l' CONANT: Secretary Chi t 'ga. Pan- ' llellenic: Council, Kenturkiau Stall, YWCA 0 VIRCINIA CORD: Business litluralto Ilub 0 YVONNIC COWSl'iR'l': French Club I l.llCY 'l'l'1RRY CRICNSIIAWZ Kappa liappa annua, YWCA 0 lAlllS'FON CllR'l'lS: Sigma Chi, Swlnuning, Pershing Rilles, l.1uu'es I D lO'l'llY DIQAN 0 l'Il.l'ZAlll'2'l'lfl MAY DENNIS: llusiness Teachers Club, Future 'l'eac:her' ol' Atneriva I LUIS AI.l.'l'IN DUNCAN: Delta Delta Delta. Dutch l.unc'h Club, YWCA, ure 'I'earlters ol' Atnerica 0 .IANIC ANNE ICYANS: President Delta Delta Della. " ll'l'l' Pan-l'lellenit' Council, YWCA, Future 'Feathers ol' Anterica 0 l.OlllSli CAl.l.OWAY: Iwens, YWCA Cabinet. Presiclenl Phi Alpha 'l'het:l, Phi Mu Alpha. Vive-Pt'esiilent Futur e:u'lters ol' .'Allll'l'lK'1l 0 l"l,0Rl'INA C. CRlCl'1YliR: Delta Zeta. YWCA, WAA, I-'ulure 'l'c'ac'lt s ol' America O MAR'l'llA FRANCI-ZS IIARMON 0 'ICDNA liYl'1l.YN HICRRINC: Spani: tub, YWCA. Future 'l'earln'rs ol' Atnerica 0 l,l.l'lWlCl,l.YN llOl.Ml'1H: Presirlent Alpl' 'i Della llllll-ll, Yin'-l't't'sitlc'ttt Alpha Xi Delta lllflil-Ill, YWCA, Pitkin Club. Pat if Council, Stutlvnt Cox'ertnnent As- ' socialion. Student Slanclarcls Conuniltee, Futl A l'eac'lters ol' .'Allll'l'lf'll 0 LIANIC IIACRSON: . . .f . 1 . , . -. .1 t , ifn-tt.-tt calm, o muon, l.ANDRl'1'I'll, tmsim-ss limlucation Club. 149 Dean lililabelh M. Dennis l,ois Allen Dunran .lane Anne 'lfvans I Louise.Calloway Florena C, Creet er M' "-Wllfff I,r',x'1ug'lm1 ll'Illf'lI1'.Vll'l' Clf'1'l'llllI1I fll'lg'lll.Y, Ohm l,l'.Yl!lg'llHl I.ug'un, ll'. l'u. 'nl:Jlfl1l"- lzlartnon ltlclna livelyn llert'ing.g' Llewellyn llohnes .lane jackson Marie Kahrynez Carol Lzuulreth "'YT'lHff Crminglvn Mnotwfifflfl Ilinlon, ll". Vu. Clrrliwlrl, N. UI. l'4lI'lllflIg'.X'1llll'g IQAQQQ 'nj M t, .tat fm .... ., Sylvia Lullxcl' IIoj1lcfns11ille Milclrccl Mcilurly I'lr'1lsl1n'1fill1: Hicc l"l'ilIll4CS AIl'fQZlllghCy l.r'xirlgIrm llclly B.Milctl1clI I.l'XiIlgfI1lI 'loam Hell Mrmrclund l.l'XiIlglll?'I lilnlnu l.uu Nucl VlllII'I'll llfg' Halrricl Osborn I,nui.vrr NI2IIligCllC l'znlmm'c Ilnrxr' Cum' Irnm Ray l'llu .S'fn'l'r1g'fi1'lfl Clccil Owens Pinckzlrd lirnnlmwfllrr lil hcl Pon urs l'r1'.vl 0 Hx I1 Il rg llurollxy Mau' l'l':lll ' ,'l.vlll1lml LU'l'Ill'ZR 'ro WI4ZSI.l1ZN' Education S E I 0 Il Mz11'yKZlyclcll.1 Rumscy Almrn Mnrlhu Raman' IVl"Hf'lI!f.YflfI' Salt l,i1'l: 'lane Ricthzml Klmmiu K1r:uvI'm'cl Riflmil I"nrix ,lrlr'l.'.wn K eil' Activities SYLVIA .UTH ' . VCA, Future Te. ol' America, Baptist .' lent. Union, Business Edu- ratiq ' .li MILDRED MCCARTY: Futtn Te' et. ' An tea, appa Delta Pi, YWCA, Phi lmha Theta 0 ALICE FRANCES Mc:CAll 1 EY: All it Xi Del 'an-Hellenie Council, l YW' 0 BETTY BERRY MI'I'Cl-IELI.: Soeial Chairman Alpha Canunz Delta, First Viee- estdent Pitkin Club, Secretary-'I'reasnrer Alma Magna Mater, President 1 tture Teachers ol' meriea 0 .IEAN BELL MORELAND: French Club, Cerman Club, WAA, 'WCA 0 EMMA .OU NEEL: Kappa Delta Pi, YWCA, Future Teachers ol' America 0 H. IET OSBORN: Alpha Cannna Delta, YWCA, Cuignol, Committee 210, WAA, Womcn's 'e Club, Business Education Club 0 MA'I"l'ICEN'E PALMORE: Committee 2-10, YWCA, I kin Club, May Queen Attendent. Mountain Laurel Representative, ROTC Company Sponso , Band Sponsor, President Jewell Hall 0 IRMA RAY PILE: YWCA, Business Education Club I 'CIL OWENS PINCKARD 0 ETI-IEI. POWERS 0 DOROTHY M1-YE PRATT: Kappa Del Pi, French Club 0 MARY CLYDELLA RAMSEY 0 ALMA MARTHA RAZOR: Future ' aehers of America I JANE RICHARD: Chi Omega 0 CONNIE CROWFARD RICHMONI -I. P. ROSE: Pershing Rifles 0 KATHERINE BYRD ROSZELL: Secretary SuKy, YWCA, - teh Lunch Club, Alma Magna Mater. Future Teachers of America. Delta Delta Delta 0 AM WILSON SIMONTON: President Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer Keys, Treasurer .anees. Secretary Lamp and Cross, Treasurer Phi Mu Alpha, Men's Clee Club, Band, Inter' 'aternity Council 0 MARTHA ELAINE SMITH: Baptist Student Union. Cuignol 0 MA CATHER- INE SMITH: Kappa Delta 0 MARY KIRKWOOD SNYDER: Alpha Xi a. Alma Magna Mater, Secretary SnKy, Wotnen's Clee Club 0 CA'l'HERIN'E STEPHEN. N: YWCA, Future 'I eachcrs ol' America 0 WILLIAM I.l".'l"EI.I.E STEPHENSON: Pi K' pa Alpha, Swinnning. Boxing, Intramural Welterweight Boxing Champion, Pershing Rilles abbard and Blade. Ken- tucky Inter-collegiate One Meter Diving Champion 0 HELEN CINIA TAYLOR: YWCA. Future Teachers ol' America, Student. Government Asst on, Alpha Canuna Delta 0 MlLDR'ED XVESLICY. -I' P' ROSC Kathrine Byrd Roszcll Sam Wilson Simonton Martha Elaine Smith Mary Catherine Smith Mary K. Snyder Paris Iafxizlglolt Hrtrlnn Harflinxlmrg Harlan Lexington Catherine Stephenson William Letclle Stephenson Helen Virginia Taylor Mildred Wesley Dry Ridge I.exing'lon Crminglnn, llrfxinglrm 'Naiicy Beatrice llallarcl lmxirlglrm liugene liryanl Imfxiliglrm lean lilixzllmelh Gaines ,-lslilmlrl 'l'homas'l'larl Clark l'nrlu1'nlz Carl l,. Cmnlms Ilnzuwl lliel Conley firlrrwll Max Davis I.uui.v11illfr Iizahelh May Deiiium l.lfNlHgl0Il Harold Ross Dunn lmxiziglmz l imrulii Ray lillingum 1.m1is11ille E IIIR E cl u c a t i 0 n Without Pictures Harrison W. lillioll lialsy Lnym: Margaret Pearl Fessler Iiallmn l'Icfig'lil.9, Canal Zum' George Raymoiicl Clrariss I,1mi.v11ill1: Arlhur W. Haywood lflluylnurl hl1II'l.:'2ll'Cl Nanvy lluwe l'lll'.X'Illl!ll'lIl C.llarlc-s Mmiroe llilclillvsloli flllllllH'l'lllllIl l'1clwinAllr:n lacohs I'11rl1u'11li Mary Meglone Kemp Lnxinglnn Rllylllilllll Wood I,anum Iiwiizg Marv lilixahclli Lee Louisville Elvis Lee Lewis Yocum Charles Franklin Marlin Field Bellv Berry Milehcli Lzfxinglmi Thelmti C. Peace Cnrliin Mary Agnes Penny H11rro1lsl11n'g Mary livalyn Phillips l.l'.Vlllg'l0ll Allan Vernon Rallllmn Ilirm, N. Y. lValter l'. 'Reid I.c111fm1wnrllz, lml. liloise Rcclmoii ll0CllCXlCl' lilufrlifrl Nlai y Gore Rocles Lcxinglon Kyle l'ersl1ing'Seoll Hzmly l.iIWl'Cllt'C liugmie Spears Illlllllllglflll, Ill. Vu. William Clrnslmy Steele Hirlmlmirl Welulell Cliesler 'l'alleiil, Cmnlm Marv lililalielli Wlivallvy I'r1i1ll.will1f William Waller While 1,murcu1'rel1m'g Denim' Clarnell Wiley Va' Vsrr il l as llenry limmeil Willouglihy Wirlsloll, Ga. 1 Marvin Lee Akers .Ilflff'l'S0lI7lfHU, Ind. :turiee Mitchell Alexander Ixfxirzgloli 'livelyu limert llalliugal Ml. Olive! Ciishie Gloria BCllCl'IllZlll l,r'xi1lgIon llilly Ray lllarls l,olli.s'willrf Alta Reva lloula Ilrlzllwl Pearl Clark S,l1?lIIy'I'ill1' Alonzo clUIllllS flry Coney Cornetl Hiuzlnmn Martha Louise Donnell Vcr.mill1'.v JU IOIl Education Without Pictures Rfuuona Perkinn Duerson lmxivlgloll Sarah lilixahcth Gallaher I.rl1"olul1c, Tenn. Lawrence Gamble Ifarlinglon Della Mae Goins l"rnul:l'rn'l Slt'Yt'Ul'1llNlll llflrrlfzlwll, Ohio lilleu Louise 'l'ohin llrt-gory I,o1lf.v1tflI1: lvllllillll Waller llalI'l:ill A'ir'llolu,t1'fll1f I.ellu1M.l'lit'lts l'nrltlrrnl1 Charles XVesley lSlllll1lCl Booneville Opal johns Ni1'lml11.rm'lIe M. llcruarcl johnson Ifxirzglozi Mary lilixaheth jones Snltfixrt james Cooper Malhewson V1mc1'I11n'g Klutriw Mayers II"rr-vrr1'.v1fill1r, N. C. Robert Douglas Montontla' Ixzclejaorl, N. Y, Pulrittia Agnes Mulrny lVIIyHl'.YiIlll'g' Marjorie I.ee Owens I.1'.Vl'lIg'l0Il Dorothy Dee Preston l.oui.rvillc Sara Margaret Pritleinrrc Pij211r1j:11.rx Ruth Hunt Rice I,1:xiug'lon Geneva l. Rose Iyurllozu Charlotte 'l'. Salle l.1'xing'lon Louis QI. St'l1w:u'Ix lllrlyxwillzf tlhrisline Collins Smith l,1',X'ilIg'ltlIl Xlnrlin l.eou Snytler l,r'.x'iuglo1l Yx'onnt"l'1. Stein Ihrlroil, IlfI'l'1l. William Artuentlt 'l'ut4' Louiszfilll? Rose 'lil Dorr Vertnillio jellim 'Fhoinas F. Zinn Iiilrlisrfillrf, IV. Vu. lttt I v I'Il'IlI2lI Allen I,:lmIyc Kulhlyn Allen Maury I,m1iscAmlc1'sol1 IIUIICIIII Albers Iiurry AIIlI'g1lI'CI II. Iirmvu I,orr:1incIKCIICIJIC .'Ilrn'ri.xln11m, 'l'r'nu. Ii Ii I' A I' A lulrllnm X 12 A I' A Aluyfiwlrl IJn.s'ju'r, Ilfyn. I,1'.x'ingln1l 0zuw1xlmJ'0 Milclrctl Clulclnzlll XI2II'giII'CI I7cI'mr1l IXIIIVIIIII I'rmtlcr DllI'IlIIlll Agnes IIzlyIm'I'1c'kIcs Ixuuisu Milcillcrll IIWZIII I,l1g'ilIq-ILIIISUII .lllf'r1s1fill1f l,rmi,w'illrf fII'l'l'lISllIlI'g' X EZ Ii A fllinluuvflll' Ilnfzlfirmfillr' I.r'.x'ing'lml J UN I 0 Il lid lllfilllillll 154 . ,. 'll llc-ily fircrgory I"r:umtcs Iizlrlon II:lrcIwi1'k Maury Lou IInrkcy Rulll Ilznrris .XIIIIC Ilznllcr Is:1I1clIfrI'1-,IIN Ii K I' lfxiffglfm Ii A x sz ,fx 1' A In-fff,l"' l,ml1'willr' I.r'xing'lml Ilnj:!:iu.wfill1r lfrrllrlslirr . 'IC AIIIVI' Ilzlymrs Shirley IIIIIIC Kaplan' AIIVIZIIII Aunt: KIJIYCI' Wzlllcr I,. NI4'C:ll'x'cII '.III'lLQIIIIlI Luc UYCl'SIl'Cl'I CZIVUIIII II- IU' A I' A l,r'xing'lnn Z 'I' A 'I'rr1wr'lur'.v H1'xl.S. fl. li A A A ,W llnjllrinwillr' Sl. l'I'fl'lYYllIlI'Q, Iflu. I.1'xing'Im1 Ilrwjzlrlrl-W" ' "' H l..E5 Ll. IQ A afwf U N I 0 Il 'Education hill R0llC'l:.lwPlZlg2l Mary Powers Lila: june Robertson livclyn Russell Mary joy Slmpcn Rohcrl H. 'l':1ylo1 Aff I Q Ifxingzfm A A A A x sz Irfm-.wmv A T Q I Quimlhl Brfllwl I.0:li.vzfill1f .flshlnml 't'1Q11'.Y'n-A-1-Qu: Orville Tmspcr Kenneth li. Vnnlzmclinglnun llczm I-lays Xvulkcr Hclcn Wllilc I , L A E 'I' Cfllltfllfldll Springfield Vz'rs11illzf.v 'm"'S'l0lI Corbin 155 L lneerin Ball Dean Il. Il. fiI'1Iil2llll'W1lS burn in Louisville, Kentucky, :md gratduattecl from the University with at degree in civil en incc . g "ring in 19055. lle has been Dean since May, 1935. After the World War, he was decorated by President Wveodrow Nvilson with the Distinguished Service Medal. James H. Graham W. E. Freeman Assistzmt Dezm Freemzm obtained his A. B degree from 'l'r'ms l ' . .y Villllll :md obtained his B. M. F :nd If 4' .. 1 ,. I.. degrees from the Univer- sity. He hats been ztssistzmt dean since l92I. He is at member ot' the Americzm Institute el' Iiiectricnl lingineers :md is president ot' the southeitstern brzmch ot' the Society' for the Promotio ' n ol iungmeering liducution. K .Q '- q . 'K . Q 1 -. '41 I 'Qx :,, . L .+S- "Mm xffj .Y ,r- ar , nu' ,linnuy May, r1.x'.wr'i11lu jn'ufm'.w:' nj llflllfllg' rurrl vfwrllilrllillg' r'rlg'ir11'r'rirlg. U1,,f,D' XI. -1, M',,y,.,.' jn'r1fr.x'.vm' uf flf'l'0lIIlIl- lim! nnrl llI!'f'lIlllIf!'lll l'lIgflIl'l'7'- ing: friglrlj. Rolwrl SllIlTl!'I'. uxxo- finlf' jn'nff'.v.vrn' nl' fiwil 1'11gi111'f'ri ' om e of COOL, the profs . . . !'lIgflIl'l'7'iIlg' mfli. Hrillklrjv Im'urn1'llr' ' 1'lw'l:'if'ul rug ' rlr- . fr.x.vm'ir1l4' - flI!'I'?'f7IQ'.' K fn'nl,r'.x'.x'rn' of I' Y f'm11.w'. lrwnl nl lllf llllrqirul KriglllH. ,, ., , ' IlIl'lll of mining mul wzlgirlrwrfllg. Hlwlll ' wh' mn Mrllrrm fl1'fljgl'fnrl.s Oll II fl'lIIIlI' ill llrr' 1m'lull11rg'y lnhurnlmfv. Hill Ih'11r'lmrl friglrlj mlju.x'!.v rm lllff1'l'll.QlYllllI. . . . Working in the lnlln lirlnsml, Ifufurrl IVIII, mul 'II'llfl'S.V1l'I' Aflny Klwflj slurluv rflmlflirns' of rlir fllllflilillllillg' afquijz- llIl'lIl. lfrl lfnlaiuxrnlr, l'nnl Cll1ll'.Wf' Ifujnrzl Will, nm! Ilfmfnrrl l'ri1rf' friglllj nmlcrf ll l'llf!lI'illl1'l1'V lrnvl. john llulmwrr flrfl f0I'l'g'VUIllIlU 7l'lI7'ff.N in Iln' l1iluminn11.v mul IIIIIUVIIIUVVY. .lnmrx l,f'lll'.WIlI. Ihnl llrnllv, unrl I'nr1l Cn1'i.w' fl'fg'lIf,f1ll'fllg' l'rr1nlJ l',WlIllflI1' Ihr' llll'l'lIIHIiI'.Y ulujx Ihr urn' rrfnlrul llflllfllg' jrlnnl. , l!llglill0I5fl'fill W labs . . . IJIIII Suhu flrjlj lr'1fr'I.v Il lrnmil lo nmln' Il jn'rrrIir'f' rrurling Ull llu' l'llIIIfIll.Y. l'rn1'f'.v.wr ll'rxl. lim ll"1'llf'r. lffflzvrlnl lful1in.wn.ullrI Huy Sm!! fflgflff rll uwrl: in Ilrf' lHl'!'lI!IIllf'!ll r'r1g'i1r:'1'1'iflg lnlnmvllnu au eta i Row one Brown McNamer Fischer Hailey Albert Johnston Staker Padgett Row two Spragens Gaines Kalb Robertson Staggs Row three Johnson Adams Kintner Langston Row four Perma Steedly NATIONAI. I-IONORARY ENGINEERING FRATERNITY Ifmulrlfrrl at Lwlziglz lflIi'IlI?l'.Yily in ISS5 li.rl11I1li.rl1r'1l nn !'llIllf2llS in 1902 P URPOSE The purpose ol' 'l'z1n Bela l'i is to inurk in Il fitting nuinner those who have eonferrctl honor upon their Alnm lwilllll' hy tlistinguishetl schol:n'ship :intl exemplary eliznutztci' ns under- gratluzrtes in engineering or hy their zulaininenls us :llunlni in the lieltl ol' engineering, and lo foster Il spirit ol' lihernl culture in the engineering colleges ol' Ainerien. II. S. Horine IJ. V. Terrell I.. E. Nollnu j. H. t.rznlnuu E. A. llnreznu I'lncn II. lfisfzili-ZR, jk. . Vlalwon Aun-ziu' . .IAKIK IJ. Mt:N.mil-tl: ' ICRNICSI' R,-xlmtr Frovn IIROIVN Slzlley I". Atlzuns Vernon Alhcrt Ifloytl Brown Fretl AI. Fischer, jr. Vuloris H. l"lorent:e Robert ll. Gaines l'nul A. johnson FACULTY ADVISERS G. S. Crouse AI. W. May MEMBERS IN FACULTY E. ll. Ifurris M. W. lleehe l'.G.Elnr:ul1 E. ll. Doll C. C. -fell OFFICERS W. E. Ifizeemzui A. II. Meyer A. C. Mason I-I. H. Downing I.. S. O'l'-:u1'non . l'1'1fsi1lm1l Vice-Pr1'si1lz'11I A S1rr.'1'r'l111'y 'l"1'r'r1s11r1'r . . . C07'I'l'Sfl0Illlfllg' Srfrrwlrlry MEMBERS .john If. tlohnslon john V. Kalb Paul Marvin Kintncr Alvin Langston -Irurk D. M,eNznner Stanley Willixun Pennu Glenn E. Pxulgell Ernest C. Rziiley George Robertson George Spragens Iflnrlnn V. Slaiggs Curl Slaker Eretl Sleetlly R010 one S h Row three c 1014 Boyd ghabman. Marcum Egdgetb whim C wards Adams Pfmner Fggggs Row four o 8.11 argon esssfgue Doake Botts stem, Kitchen Hardy McKitrick Fri Chambers Roggitson Brady 255:25 Row gggltner Shackelford souls' Barrow Scothwn Hinton Hanfey smggs d gombs Reynol s Pggfton Row jlve lgliundraue gcllflieath v r Laans Shrout Yson Pemck Rice Hood Foley Williams Maddox sililson Cgffermun ey Wmialnson UNlVERSl'l'Y OF KENTUCZKY h'i'UDEN'l' BRANCH 1"o1m1l1ffl in New York Cily in ISA'-I lE.rmI2li.x'ln'1l on f,'llI!I!?lIX in lflll PURPOSE The purpose ol' the American lnslilule ol' l'iiCCll'iL'1li Engineers is lo advance the theory :ind prueliee ol' electrical engineering und ol' the allied :urls und sciences. lo inzlinluin high lirofessionzil standing among its ineinliers und: lo develop the individual engineer. 1"ACUI.'l'Y ADVISE R Brinkley lSnrnelL NTEMBERS IN FACIUl,'l'Y Edward Doll E. A. Bureau W. lf.Fl'CCl1l1lll OFFICERS E. C. IQAILICY , . . . . . Clmirmrm ALVIN L.-xNc:s'roN . Vice-Clzairllmu VAUGIIN lblmlilc, .I Srfzwlrlry-Trrm.s1n'm' MEMBERS C. I..B2lgg'Cl'llI2l!1 Adrian Combs David H. Fox VIQOIII R. Frills RoherL U. Gaines Alznnes H. Hznn Robert G. Hardy Paul M. Kinlncr Roger I... Lyons CI. XV. Mathews CL. D. Robertson llzirlzln V. Slziggs E. C. Ruiley Alvin Langston Vznugh Drake, Jr. E. I-I. Slepp George W. 'l'oI1n:1n W. S. Czxrley V. H. Florence Ci. E. Padgett V. I". Reynolds Ray V. Scroll Buford R. XVhill II. B. Boyd A. L. Chambers K. D. Kirk lidwurd Mullox UNIVICRSITY Ol" IiliN'l'l7i1RYS'l'l7lll'1N'l' BRANCH lfotmrlzfd in IH52 1'i.YlIli1H.S'll!'fi rm l'KlIllfIllS in H122 PURPOSE The purpose ol' the American Society ol' Civil 'lingineers is to allortl an opportunity lor the members ol' the civil engineering classes to become acquainted: to promote a spirit ol' con- gcniality between the classesg to acquaint the members with topics ol' interest to civil engineering students through the mezlium ol' popular addresses by competent speakers :mil members: and to Foster a professional spirit among the slumlems. I"AClll.'l'Y ADVISICR W. I. Carrel 0I"l"lCliRS Clxlu. S'l'.xt4t-itz . . . . l,I'l'.YfIi!flll W. I.. Romtumsv I'ir'z'-I'rr'.vi1lr'rll DAN Saito . . . Swrrflrlry .Xl.ltlQR'l II. Sv.-nu-1 . . . 7'I'lfIt.Y'lI'I'lfI' MEMBERS ll. H. Bauglnnan R. W. l'embcr I.. Cummins C. A. Scott C. B. Hill C. W. Baumgarclner R. R. Browning IV, CL. Coblin lf.. R. Collinsworth C. L. Combs II. E. Delaney M. R. Downey I. D. Graham R. A. I-Iamlin P. W. Hensley If. C. Horlancler -I. I". Johnston P. A. johnson Peyton Mitchell Charles Moler R. D. Pollock I.. D. Rekoon I-I. B. Rcvlctt W. I.. Robards W. -I. Simonton Carl Staker H. C. Young S. F. Aclams Cl. F. Anderson C. I". Baierlein C. Bolle l". H. Brown I. R. Buchanan Seymour Busch M. Carigan Caroline Conant W. C. Forston. All A. Gibson H. I.. Guthrie li. R. I-Ierman I.. N. jones C. C. Kissel Q. I-l. Lewis I-I. K. Ligh I. D. Nitzsehkc I.. C. Pcnclley R. C. Pickard Ii. G. Ramsey W. C. Rice 'l'. V. Rouse Dan Snbo 'l'. M. Stewart A. AI. Spare G. W. Terrell I.. H. Thompson 0. M. Van Arsclell C. R. Vice Dewey Young B. V. Abram CL. B. Boston II. B. Boston S. I.. Bugg R. N. Crapster Bernard Dorsey 'l. A. Deal inger yl. W. Garclner G. B. Green l'. W. Hunt S. N. johnson YV. I. Kelley li. Knepile W. B. Lowery IV. IE. Nolan Ci. j. Rapplcyea -I. IC. C. Rinehart II. L. Rogers R. D. Short. M. Taber IV. IV. NV ard -I. A. Wcaks XV. H. NVebb 1.0. Ilfiggin Row one Row three Browning gggjlffn Stewart Pickard Bode n Johnson Elllowm Hamlin gg Extra for Robards Vice Stakcr Rulilpleyea Spare Mitchel' I. Carrel Horlfmde Terrell Pollock Forston Knepfle H. O. 'Young YOUUS Adams Webb Nltzschke ward Tnbol' Row two Gibson Baughmzm Kelley Pember Abram q Mater cumminr Carlgan Rice Collingswortzh Llgh Graham Jones Thompson Guthrle Chambers R08915 Cheek Gardner Shaver Hill Terrell Van Arsdall Row NW Hermann Short Johnston Bass Baumgardner Bugg Goblin Dearinzef Combs Bnterleill Boston Anderson Row one Row three R08ers McNamer Spears Campbell Duban Price Cardwell Rice Bowling Mitchell Neel Watts Denny Jackson Row four Pmf' Jett Pearson gin' Patterson Wyel' Hale Moore Huddle R. J. Calvert Bickel Warner Shreck Fischer Curtis Foley Nichols Boone Row two Roysdon Spragens Bass H1111 Eschborn Survarlt Smith Cavise Danis Albert Helton Atkins Grumwnld Weller Fielder Robinson Dixon Carson Mahan Cornett Drake Spicer Penna Berry Cundifr C. S. Calvert Blythe 'l'h lINIVl'iRSl'l'Y OF liliN'lXlICliY S'l'lllll'1N'l' BRANCH flllllllfllfll ill ISSN in tYI'7ll l'orl:, 1f.l'flllIlfA'lll'Il on rrn11j1u.v in 1025 PURPOSE e purpose ol' the American Society ol' M.ecl1anic'aI lingineers is to promote the interests ol' met'hanic'aI engineering in this community. FAClIl.'l'Y ADVISFRS CI.C.l1.tt I W Nlay I Jolm V. K.u.1s 'Frm C. J.u:l4soN . F. V. Alherl G. C. Cardwell R. M. Drake W. J. Drunnny A. J. Dnhan lf. J. Fischer H. li. Huddle J. V. Kalb J. MeNamer li. W. Neel C. Spragens R. R. 'Faliafcrro li1.J. Weller S. C. Berry C. C. llickel Flu IMNN W. lhcxxx' . J. 'l'. Bowling C. C. Brown W. F. Campbell J. W. Carson P. J. Cavise V. Cornell D. W. Denny C. Floyd N. H. Hail 'I'. C. Jackson 'l'. Mahan S. M. Moore A. R. Patterson J. E. Pearson S. W. Penna lin Wrrr NIC!-il. . JI-il-ISHOR CI. CZ. J OFFICICRS MEM IEICRS H. li. Price C. Milton Rive C. li. Robinson I. P. Roysdon li. W. Spears J. F. Atkins C. Ballard ll. F. Barker K. C. Bass W. L. Blythe C. T. lloone C. S. Calvert. R. J. Calvert J. J. Curtis C. I.. Dixon 'erry Wes l l' ll. Avlllltlll Clmirnmn Virw- Clmirmu 11 . . S1'r'1'1' In Viv . . Tr1'n.mrr'r Ilmmrnry Chuirnmn A. l.. Davis R. J. Iisehhorn J. A. Fyl A. F. Fielder li. W. Floyd F. M. Foley li. M. Fulkerson K J. Gaines . R. Crtmewald C. Hall Ci. ll. Helton B. H. Lowry R. Mcliitrick M. F. Mitchell A. C. Nichols li. J. Nntter ll. M. lilCll1ll'llS0ll J. W. Rogers A. H. Sawyer J. O. Sehreek J. R. Spicer A. li. Smith G. Steger li. li. Survant C. J. Wade J. B. Walters, Jr. R. P. Warner H. Watts C. C. Wiseman, Jr I.. Zimmerman I"o1m1l1'll al Ihr: U1li1u"nsiIy of lx'1"l1ltlrrky in 1911 PURPOSE 'l'he purpose ol' this organization is to promote interest in ntelallnrgical and mining subjects. FACULTY ADVISER C. S. Crouse MEMBERS IN FACULTY M. YV. Beebe P. C. Emrztth Lester Tarnopol HONORARY lVll'IlVlB'l'lR H. Comer Wolf OFFICIERS jotm H. MookM.xN . .... . .Ions N. Sf:tttvlct't'ztctz lft,orn Bt1owN . . Awtmmv Cbvontcv. . . . Prmizlrfrll Virrrf-Prr'sifle1ll .S'1fcr1flrn'y 7'r1fa.v1m'r MEMBERS Row one Row three Barkman Leasure Cassidy Saunier Beebe Endrts Emrath Welch Jones Bernstein Moorman Beck Nelson DeJarnett Navarre Warnock Andrews Stewart Ashurst Steedly Row four Schweitzer Wilson On' Ross Crouse Warren Brown Erlandsen Tamapol Mitchell Desy Row two Sheehan Jones Mahon Rassenfoss Dyer Gyoker Hayes Bartlett Glass Bruckart Taylor Danks Whitmer Duncan Robards Lawrence Thompson Ockerman Floyd Brown Thomas Carhartt Il. P. Endris H. L. jones joe Hammond john Paul Jones john H. Moorman Nolan Navarre Benny II. Nelson Charles Orr john Schweitzer Ronald Andrew Rollie Ashtlrst li. C. Barkmnn Beit Bartlett W. L. Bl'lIlTli1ll'l -lea n Dejnrnett Donald Desy -loc Leasurc jerry Mercer O. L. Mitchell C. P. Robards Fred Steeclly II. YV. Warnock Joe Stewart Andrew Cyokcr R. H. Hayes joe Webb C. L. Thomas R. A. Welch J. H. Wilson W. P. Glass Charles Beck Herman Bernslinc Wheeler Boone W. D. Danks B. W. Duncan Harry B. Dyer D. 'li. Franklin Hugh D. Mahon lf. Nicholson H. ml. Ross L. "l'. Ockertnan W. M. 'Taylor Clyde Tipton john Sheehan J. R. Morgan John A. Rassenfess SE IOR O C E ll g 1 ll e e 1' 1 ll g C l O Y Q Wltllout .lP1ctu1'es lurk Clmvgill .XlYiIl l.2lll','5lU I.!'.X'flIg'l1lll l'rnlm'nlr I lul AI. lfis1'l1c'l'..l1'. KZ. W.M:1lIwws. ll I.nlli.v1fillrv I.n11i.willf' I l"..l0IlllSl0ll C1.A.MoIul' lllfllglllll. Url. I.l'.X'ilIgllHl R. IJ. Nickerson Paris Rolmcrl IJ. Pollock l,1'.X'ilIg'l0II R. R. 'l'2lliilIvl'l'l'0. lr. S'YlYll.'Il.Y!'. N. Y.. .I.I3.Wills:1ms Sl11'j1l1r'r1l.s1fillrr YCl'll0ll Albert Ilarlrlu Ulm I l. Billljjfllllll A'Im'lflrm11 urlis Billllllgilfillll AlffIfHI'SIIfI7'0 lfloycl llrmvn ,'l.vhlrmrl R. K. Browning l:lfflllf71g'9I7'll7"g mor KI. Czlrclwcll, Aln1li.wnmillr' 'l'l1um:1s Curhalrl lrwirm Clrzmvillc Clohlin Ifrrlnlrfurl Rcx Klollinsworlh -IIIIIICXUIL .-Xmlrizm Cimnhs Ary Nlzlrow Lux I,rxi1lg'lm1 Nlclvin llmvncy IIn1vl1'ng'firf'1'1l ll Their Activities VERNON Al.l5ER'l': 'l':n1 Bent l'i, YMCA Senior Czthinet. Vice-Presiclent Student. Government Association, Antericzin Society Mechzlniczll 'Engineers. Associate Editor Kentucky Engineer, Lnnces O JOHN H. HAIFCHMAN: Atnericztn Society Civil Engineers. Kappa Alpha 0 CURTIS ISAUMCARDNER: Triztngle, Snliy, Atnericztn Society Civil Engineers, Sczthhzird :intl lilzulc 0 l"l.OYD BROWN: Tun Ilelzi l'i, Student Covernntent Association 0 R, K. BROWNING: ii'l'i2lllgiC. illlCi'-i"l2llCl'llilY Council. l.:inces. Ainericzln Society Civil Engineers 0 GROVER C. CARDWELI., JR.: Bziseliztll, li-Clnlm 0 'l'HOMAS CARI-lAR'l': 'lriaingle 0 CRANVll.I.E COBLIN: Snliy. Scrztlthztrcl :intl lilnmle. Antericzni Society Civil Engineers, Kappa Alpha O REX COl.l.lNSWOR'l'H 0 ADRIAN COMISS: .'AlllCl'iK'1lll Institute Electrical l'illg'il'lCCl'S 0 MAROW COX: Cnignol, Anieriutn Society Civil Engineers 0 MEl.VlN DOWNEY: 'Vriztngle 0 ROBERT M. DRAKE: Pershing Rilles. SL'ZlDD2ll'li :incl lllnlle. Ainericztn Society Mechztnicatl Engineers 0 YAUCHN DRAKE: SCl'l'ClLll'J' .'AlllCl'il'1lH Institute Electrical Engineers O ANTHONY JOHN DUBAN: Presiclent Delta Chi. lnter-l"r:tternitv Council. Senior Representative Slnclent Engi- neering Council 0 JOSEl'l-l I'Hll.ll' 'ENDRlS: Nortvootl Mining :incl NiCllliillI'giClli Society 0 DAVID H. FOX: Signm l'i Siginu. Ainericnn Institute lilectricztl Engineers 0 THOMAS R. l-'Rl'l"l'S 0 ROISERI' ll. CAINES: 'l':in lletzt Pi I JAMES DAVID GRAHAM: Pi liuppu Alpha. Ainericzin Society Civil Engineers 0 JAMES H. HAM: Triztngle 0 JOS'Iil'I-I PERSHING HAMMOND: Norwood Mining :incl Metzillnrgicnl Society, 'l'rzlck, K-Club 0 ROBERT G. HARDY: American Institute Electricnl Engineers 0 RAYMOND H. HAYS: Metzillurgieztl So- ciety, Delta 'l'z1n Delta 0 l-'RED C. HORLANDER: American Society Civil Engineers 0 HARLEY 'EDWARD HUDDLE: Sigma Phi Epsilon. Anlericztn Society Mechanical Engineers 0 PAUL A. JOHNSON: 'l'zn1 Beta Pi. Atnericaln Society Civil Engineers, Delta Chi 0 HARRY LYNN JONES: 'i'l'i1lllgiC. DD 'fi H Fox Thomm R. FrittQ Robert U. Gaines JZlll1CSl32lYiKi Crnltznn Jznnes I-I. Hznn ll nntno MO" 1112111 iVNlfllIlI.X'l2III'g I-Inj2lt'1'n.r1lillr: I'fllI'l'IHl.YlIIIVg' l,I'.X'fHg'l0ll On 1 nilmto V ntl, Ruynioncl H. Hznys Frecl C. llorhtncler Hurley'litln':n'cl Hncltllc Paul A. Johnson ll my 1 vnn o ll ,N I .l - I I I , , . 'H mlllz l,rnn.s111llr. 0nw'ml1o1o A 1't'uj1rn'l ioung'.s'l0w11. Ohm l1'1nnlon1flll1 Ilolm l'nul lluncs flslllmrrl 'john V. Kalb II'rrwlcs11ill1f Paul Nl2ll'Vlll lkininc- I,lfXiHgl0H Ro,gcr Luc Lyons CIIWI' Cilv llauvk llcmpscy lVlCNillllCl' SlllllI'l'.Yl'l llulm Ilcrmlon Moormfm l,m1i.s11ill1' Nolznul Lzlwrcncc NZIVIIITL' I'lnq1,u'mi'r1r:, Ln. liclwu rd Wil I Neel Fixlmrrlillrr Bunny Nelson M ci I amy Cllmrlcs G. Orr Trmllon Rzxymonfl lvllllilllf I'cmlnrr l,0ui.w1iNf: lCrm'sL Cl. Rzlilcy l,rfxiug'lmL IIUIIN l'.'xl1l.'lox1-is IO YOUNG I? 6 ' I 0 ' 5 4llg,lll0l,l lllb F IIIR Louis Dnvicl Rckoon lVOUlll.0l'll Leu Rolml'Ll5 Ifullnln. N. Y. I.r',ving'lm1 Gcorgc G. Ilolmcrlson .lolm N. Sctllwcilcfcl' Slll'HIj'1lfHI' flxhlrzllrl Their Activities JOHN PAUL JONES 0 JOHN V. KALB: Tau Beta Pi, American Society Mechanical Engi- neers 0 PAUL MARVIN RINTER: 'I'au Iicta Pi. Orchestra, Iland, American Institute Electrical Engineers, Little Symphony Orchestra, Guignol Orchestra 0 ROGER IJEE LYONS: 'Vreasurer K-Club, Scahlmard and Blade. Pershing Rifles, Vice-President Junior Class, Vice- Presidcnt Triangle, Track I JACK DEMPSEY McNAMER: Band, American Society Mechanical Engineers, '.I'au Bela Pi I JOHN HERNDON MOORMAN 0 NOLAND LAYVRENC'E NA- VARRE: Baseball 0 EDWARD WI'l"l' NEEL: Treasurer Amerian Society Mechanical Engineers 0 PIENNY NELSON: Norwood Mining and Metallurgical Society, Sigma Pi Sigma 0 CHARLES G. ORR: Norwood Mining and Metallurgical Society 0 RAYMOND WALLACE PEMIIER: Sigma Phi Epsilon 0 ERN'ES'I' G. RAILEY: 'l'au Beta Pi. American Institute Electrical Engineers, Engineering' Council I LOUIS DAVID R'liKOON: American Society Givil Engineers 0 WOODFORD LEE ROIIARDS: Associate Editor Kentucky Engineer, Seah- hard and Blade, Pershing' Rilles, Vice-President American Society Civil 'Engineers O GEORGE G. ROBERTSON: 'l'au lleta Pi, American Society Electrical Engineers, Editor Kentucky Engineer, Sigma Phi Sigma 0 JOHN N. SCHWEI'FEZER: Norwood Mining and Metallurgical Society 0 WILLIAM J. SIMONION, JR.: Secretary Lambda Chi Alpha, Band, Men's Glee Club, American Society Civil Engineers 0 GEORGE SPRAGENS: 'l'au Beta Pi 0 HARLAN V. STAGGS: Tau Beta Pi, American Institute Electrical Engineers 0 CARL STAKER: O.D.K., 'l'au Ileta Pi. llaskethall. llasehall. Sigma Pi Sigma, Student Government Association, President American Society Givil Engineers, Ii-Gluh 0 FRED S'I'EElJl.Y: 'I'au lleta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma 0 EVERE'I"I' HOLMES S'I'EPP: American Institute 'Electrical Engineers 0 GEORGE NV. 'I'OI.- MAN: American Institute Electrical Engineers 0 Ernest JUIDSON WELL'ER: American Society Mechanical Engineers. Baptist Student Union O IIUEORII RU'I'HERl"ORlD WHI'I"l': Band. Orchestra. YMGA. Pitkin Gluh, American Institute Electrical Engineers 0 II. CI.AY'I'ON YOUNG: Triangle. ll 'Ili SIIIIOIIIOII 1 George Spragcns I-lat Ian V. Staggs Carl Stakcr Fred Steedly "5 A 'WIND I,clm1mn l,llIlf'!'I2lH'g' Mnywlilla' I,ouis11ille George W. 'I'oIman Erncsl Judson XVcller llulord Rutherford Whitt' H. Clayton Young Iinllslon Lllffll, N. Y. Lifxinglrm Williamson, W. Va. lfrruikfnrl Evertt Holmes Stepp Nolan, W. Va. iivfil? 1: 5-nw IJ ' X I ,fr A 5 "if fill' 1' 'U' fi: 'Q . v ,, - K -. nf , Q , l' . ' J J 4 51 1 A, x f V ,J ' 5 x rg' ' 6 X 33. .' rs? 5 K 18 .1-1-1 ---ii 4 1 Dan Salxo Waller Schuyler William II. Sisro Triangle A X N' KI' If East Chicago, Ill. Portxmoulh, Ohio liurdxlorun Sl?5"'C VI'lIUlIvI2IS'iNI. Stewart George XV. 'I'erreII Chai IL I Xl Comfjjlj-llc 4 I riangle R I 1 lnomn 5.10" I.exo:glml Drumzllf: . joe Adams Lynch G. I.. Ilaggernlan lI'f!I!'lll?Xll'V li. CI. Ilarkman ll'alkins G11'n.N. Y. ll. 'l'. llarllell lVinf'l1c,vlcr 511. Ilerry Imxinglon CI. CI. Biekel, jr. I.1fxing'lon james 'I'. Bowling Harlzoz C. C. Brown I.1'xing'lon Frank H. Brown l'uil1l.r11ill1' Seyinoor Busch New York, N. Y. W. F. Campbell I.I'.X'iIIg'l0lI W. S. Carley C:!'0l'g'f'f0i'l'll j. W. Carson Somf'rw'I UNIIIB E n g i n e e 1' i n g Those Without Pictures I'. j Cavise Glw1.N, Y. j. C. Conner Iiurlinglmz Yarge Cornelt lilackey l.onie Cummins liroolrsville j. Ii. Delaney Imxillglrm D. H. llesy Slllllfflfll, Conn. A. W. liclwarcls lfIll'liIlg'l0ll R. R. lzvans .Ilnrlin V. H. Florence CI'Ifll'IIlllfIl Ciamplmell Ifloycl 1.l'XfII!,fl0H W. C. Forslon, jr I.r'xing'lon ' IV. I.. Carroll Unk Crow! .Xllen Gibson .I lflyfielrl H. L. Guthrie Imfxiliglnn N. H. Hail I.1f.x'ingIor1 R. .-X. Hamlin lxfxinglou I'. W. Hensley I.rf.x'ing'lo1z li. R. Herman Nuwjlorl Charles R. Hood .-lshlaurl D. I.. Hopper I.l'.X'fllgl0II 'l'. C. jackson IJIIIIIIIOII I.. N. jones California R. l'. Kealon Snlyf'r.willz: C1.C.Kissel l.ouis11illfr II. K. Ligh .Yfzv York. N. I CZ. R. Marcum Rirhmonrl jerry Mercer Cvnlml Cily 0. I.. Mitchell SIUIIVIIX l'. I..Nlilfl1ell 1.r'.xfng'Ion Stanley M. Moore l'illslno'g'li. Pu. CL. l-I. Paclgell Sonnwsrrl .X. R. Patterson l.ouf.willr' li. Pearson RIFIIIIIUINI Ralph C. I'ic'kar1l .I I ll.l'fI!'lIl li. G. Ramsey .lli1lrll1'.rI1oro I-l. ll. Rerlell Crllllouu Y. If. Reynolds .S'om1'r.rr'l CZ. Milton Rive l'nri.v W. C. Rive l.!'.X'i!lg'flIIl CI. F. Rolmarcls Slzrrplzvrclxrvillc j. II. Royston l.l'.X'iIlg'lUII Cieorge A. Sctoll.ji I"r1u1l:forl R. V. Seoll 011'm1xImro C. H. Shaekelloril .lll.-S'l1frling Ii. NV. Spears. jr. I.r'.x'inglon j. W. Slewarl Iixlill 0.Nl.Y:1l1.-hsclell l.1',x'inglon CI. R. Vice .llzwnx j. W. Warnorla .lxhlroul ll. R.Wl1ill IIIIHIIIIIIXIIII, ll". l'fl I. II. Williams Sh!'I11Ll!l'llA'Uflll' Bob V. Abram joe F. Atkins C. li. Baierlein Donald F. Barker Glendon L. Barrow K. C. Bass Charles N. Beck Henman Bernstein C. T. Boone W. B. Boone George W. Boston j. B. Boston j. B. Boyd F. G. Brady lidward Branaman, C, S. Calvert R. j. Calvert james M. fl2ll'ljJ'llIl Alvin l.. Clnunbers Claude V. Chandler Charles l'1.cill1ljDIll2lll Robert N. Crapster john j. Curtis G. A. tlundill' W. D. Danks jack A. Dearinger G. G. Dixon B. W. Duncan H. B. Dyer Ralph j. Esehborn joseph A. liyl IIPIIIIMUIRES Engineering li. R. Ferguson Ben W. Floyd F. M. Foley Phil N. Foley Harold D. Fox li. M. Fulkerson john Gaines james W. Gardner G. E. Green Kenneth R. Grunewaltl Harriel Gudgell Claude Hall G. NV. Hanley Gilbert B. Helton Clyde B. I-Iill Phillip NV. Hunt li. B. johnson S. N. johnson W. l. Kelley l-1. j. Kneplle li. l.. Lawrence Biruey S. Layson Ben H. Lowry Walter B. Lowery lihner B. McHargue j. li. Maddox I-I. D. Mahon C. R. Martin H. F. Mason Maurice E. Mitchell james L. Morrissey james I". Nicholson Arnold G. Nichols W. E. Nolan IC. Nutter K. V. O'Neal C. H. Paris Frank R. Parks, jr. Billy L. Patton I.. C. Pcndlcy Everett S. Peniek XV. R. Peyton Ii. R. Randall Guy j. Rappleyea B. E. Rector Neil O. Rice B. M. Richardson j. YV. Rogers H. j. Ross A. H. Sawyer W. W. Schick j. O. Schreck john P. Sheehan Robert D. Short, jr Russell D. Shrout O. L. Shultz,jr. Albert 'E. Smith j. R. Spicer Vincent Splane Gordon Steger Harold O. Story R. I.. Southern Ellis li. Survant jack M. Taber Glayton L. 'l'honias Lloyd 'l'hon1pson Lloyd B. 'l'une joe 'l'winain C. R. Tyston C. j. Wade j. B. Walters. jr. Winfield W. Ward Raylnon Warner , Hargus Watts james A. Weaks joe W. Nllcbb Will lfl. Webb john U. Wiggiu john H. Wilson Meredith W. Wilson Dewey Young Robert B. Young LeRoy .Zinnnerman C. A. Zoellers Q Hugh B. Abbott lidward B. Alber Robert W. Alexander Vaheh C. Asbed Ben A. Bagby Richard W. Bartsch Charles li. Barton james V. Beatty Riley V. Bennett Frank j. Blankenship William L. Blanton Winston L. Blythe Fred lil. Bond Seth T. Bolts. jr. Nelson F. Bolts Warren S. Bowman joseph C. Brinkworth Marvin Bugg Starling L. Bugg Marion L. Burton Herbert M. Cassidy james A. Caywood William C. Caywood 'lilbert A. Cheek A. I.. Chrisman Coleman Clement Paul Cohen Bill K. Combs Chalmer j. Combs Will S. Covert Albert C. Craig Vernon F. Curd Layne Daniel Billy j. Daniels jolm j. David james C. Davidson Ansel L. Davis Roy Davis Louis R. DeRoode Clell F. DeSpain Marvin B. Dickey jolm li. Disney C. W. Downs Thomas G. Dulin Eugene H. Durbin Louis Dusina Chester Edwards Claude I. limrieh Oliver H. lindsIey,jr. Harold W. Estill Ben I'. Eubank liarl M.'l2vans Edgar I.. Farmer FRES 4 Engineering james S. Floyd john Robert Fortenbery joseph H. Fothergill Harry M. Ford Howard C. Freer Tilden B. Friend Oliver W. Gard Issac Garrott james Gates Colby T. Gentry Cordon j. Cold, jr. NV. P. Class Felix Cossum.jr. Charlton O. Goodykoontz Robert M. Graves Roy C. Gray. jr. C. N. Haggard john G. Hamby j. Kern Hamilton jolm R. Hamilton Wick R. Harlan Robert R. Hemlepp Hugo Hesson jolm L. Hicks,jr. j. S. Hinton S. W. Hooper Ralph L. Hueaby j. R. Hunter j. S. jameson Rupert L. jernigan Hiram j. johnson Arthur L. johnston james E. johnston William P. jones Alva F. jordan George E. Kelley, jr Paul Kenton Kenneth W. Keplar A. N. Kitchen K. D. Kirk Paul A. Laine jolm D. Leigh Ernest XV. LeMasters james O. Lewis Milton H. Lewis. jr. William H. Likens David Lindon Ottis C. McBeatb jolm H. McElroy Rodney McKitrick james C. MeMillion jerry Maeke Anzel R. Mann Thomas j. Martin N William L. Mason George W. Maxey liarl May Andre j. Meyer. jr. Don NV. Moore Aaron Moss Charles I.. Morrison jackson F. Morris Gordon P. Mnndrane Lin M. Mountjoy L. "l'. Ockerman jesse B. Osborne Bart N. l'eak,jr. XVilliam Penick jack l-1. Pennock Robert Ping Ormand li. Powell William R. Presser jolm N. Rayz Charles L. Riggen Norman Ritchie, jr. A. Paul Rogers john Lewis Rogers Ratlill' C. Rogers Forrest G. Rowe Theodore Rntmayer james H. Satterlield Charles j. Sebastian NV. XV. Slaughter Charles C. Smith Albert, W. Specius joseph Stanton james B. Steele Richard XV. Storey Troy M. Strong W. M. Taylor XV. R. Taylor james A. Thacker I.. S. Thornton Russell li. Travis Leon F. Trimble Clay D. Vallandingbam M. Duane Van Horn Patil A. Wakelield D. li. NVard john j. Mlarren Robert A. Welch William NV. Wichman Ben F. Whilmer. jr. Charles C. Wiseman. jr. Warren G. Wolf james N. Woollum Delmar L. NVright HW Dean "' ' . A. M. degree from l sin' ol' Niil'ilig'lll IIN ' C he Uuivex' f . z l his lh. D. degree from fillillllliliil. I-le lrw Cflllllii .. . ' muted lo the Hsu'- vurcl. Cllillllliliil. :Incl New York Law Reviews. Yule :mal Kentucky Law tlournzils. und the Cornell Law Quarterly. Dean livnns was lmorn in Vail" " ' Q, Nelnusku. eau Alvin E. Evans Doriithy Salmon Miss Dorolhy Salmon grucluulccl with 21 B. S. in COIIIIIICYCC in 1933 from the University and in 1938 received hcl' LI.. IS. ill the University. She has been secretary lo Dean livams since 1938. L 4 ,lnrnwx linrrlun, lun' junior, rrnzl lnlm AlUl'l'lIlH!l. f 'Q . ig, V- Q,-1 my I my .. ! ,-ft' bwim' K ww. V -Q XL Lannkxxvfgihglklq .,L , 3 -,. . ff: ! 5, 4 fffllllfx' Ifunrlrrll nml Huy' .Hfn'wlumI. . . . Some of the profs . . . Ifrunl: Alnrruvv rlml ll'illinm Huh llvflllllllll Pillnmu mul Iiulz llouliluln, hm' ilHlilH', A -I 1 A f W, ,,,, ,'aj:,WM,,, , , ' W, f'-'Q V -fs, 0- J.,-,,-.. ff 'tr-Q'Q ' 7' I ma-'Y?'32, .f Q, W' " A Z. y u -. L I , , , ,W M ,,,,,, I, ,.- , , ,,.,,aM ALw,.:'yK,iw,, O U , Q QM 54' Yr , MN L "-1' ag' " m -W" ' ' ' .' " u, X-+ :Q ff' ' 4 - ff' 'Q , 'z , V. 'A MMU' ., M M 1 .V ' V NW f' f 4' '3' 1 , ' . f ' , vfzgwf 'VM "5 , vu " f ' ' , W" A I fi ' ' " ' .f 1' ' X, , , 'sv W f'r"'A pvc - , . '. , 'W w ,, L, A . ,,,, L, I I f 1 , x A, 1 . b x , Y A , A , 4 ' , It ,Nfl f,g.'1f'fAl,?" ' ' . 'A' is -s 'w 11 , 'W' , , 'va rf-ffff' 13 J if ' -M' ' L f" ': A , ' ' '-'mr 1 43 ,ff 'N' ,. 4 f. '. . .. 1 4 . ff' LAW I5ml.nlNr: ' 176 Kentuck aw ournal Tre nt Johnson Cornelius Barton Roberts Clark Tlneher Foumlurl at the Univcfzvily of Kmzlucky in 1.911 PURPOSE The purpose of the KENTUCKY LAW JOURNAL is llmreefoldz l. To alford the students, faculty, and members of the legal profession an opportunity to uritc on problems of current interest in the Held of law. 2. To give recognition for scholastic and writing achievement.. 8. To give recognition to the College ol' Law in the state and throughout the country. OFFICERS W. L. NlA'I"I'llIiWS, jk. . , , . lirlimr-in-Cliifff J. GRANl'lI.l.I-I Cimui . .flxsorirllzf Eclilm' liufzl-zxis Xvlillll . . . Managing' Editor H,-mln' W. Rom-:als IfIlSilll'S.Y Manage-r S'l "., X Fl" MEMISIQRS Mary Louise Barton joe R. Johnson, Jr. Clarence Cornelius Marvin Tinchcr Glenn Denham Howard-E. Trent, -Ir. Robert L. Henry Roy Vance W. L. M.x'r1'11lcws,jR., Edilor 177 II.-uuu' RUIIICICIS, ljic. . . Row one Tooms Johnson Roberts Matthews Clorc Bcnslcy Row two J. Clarke Martin Stone Oliver G. Clark Rouse Row three Houlilmn Cornelius Moloney Rowady Evans hi lpha elia NATIONAI. PROFICSSIONAI. LICCAI. FRA'1'I'IRNI',l'Y lfomlrlrfrl ul llm llllivmzsily of Chimgv in lfllll? l'IslnI1lisli1'rl on mnrjms in l9I3 PURPOSE 'I'l1e purpose ol' I'l1i Alpliu Della is lo promote social mul inlelleclnzxl intercourse among ils members: lo uid the development ol' Irznlernul :anal Imrolherly sentiments: lo cultivate 21 closer lponzl ol' frienclsliip :incl the zillninmenl ol' ai higher :incl Imroncler culture: :xml lo foster, nncler the influence ol' intimate frienrlsliips, lliose principles than lend lo form zr IIIQIICI' type ol' lIl2lIlIl00lI. MICMISIQRS IN IiAC1llI.'I'Y Williznn II. I'IlIlIl2IIl Roy Morelzmcl W. Lewis Rolmerls OFIFICIC RS . I,llXIiI'!? ROY 'l'ooMs II. Klfl.l.v Ci W. I.. NI. fiI'IlllVIIICfIIZlI'Ii II. Kelly Clore Clzlrence Cornelius I'lIlIIIIlII I.. IIIIFIJIII Rolxerl. I". Iloulillam .joe johnson W. I.. M:1llhews,lIr. Iirlwnrrl Oliver .ORN vri in ws, Iii. . . M ICM IIICRS IIIlI'l'y Rolmerls. jr. Arlllur Il. Ronse,jl M. R. Shellrourne Keill1SI1epIiercI Rolnerl Stone Roy 'I'ooms I'IIlll0lIfl lX'IIll'lIlI 7. l'i1'r'-Al llslin' . lilrfrlr ?'l'!I.l'll I'I'I' Virgil Hensley llolin Clarke George livzms .luck Ileznlli Ilurnis Marlin Donnlcl Moloney Michzlel Rowzuly Robert Sweeney l Phi elta hi NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL LEGAL FRA'l'ERNl'l'X' Flllllllllfll nl llm llrzimwsily of Miz-ltigrnt in. IS60 Ii.i'laI1l1'slu'11 on l'llIIl!IlI.Y in 1925 PURPOSE The purpose ol' Phi Delta Phi is to instill into its metnbers the highest professional ethics: to foster a sptrtt olf brotherhood and fellowship among the lawyers of today and tomorrowg to promote the cause of justice and htttnanity. MARVIN M. 'I'tNc:tn-in 1l0BER'l' C. S'ru.z MEMBERS IN FACULTY Frank Murray Frank H. Randall OFFICERS Jaan-is R. I'IOWlil.I. . . john S. Boles William H. Clay Paul J. Durbin john A. Fulton james F. Gordon Kenwid P. Hamilton Hiram M. Brock, Jr. Ralph Burns MEMBERS James R. Howell Eddie P. Jackson james W. Lambert Sam Neely Phillip Phillis Patti Runyon Robert C. Still PLEDGES Glen Denham Alan Robins WVOMEN'S AUXILIARY Elizabeth Gillespie Mary Louise Barton Row one Trent Howe Wine Tlncher Row two Boles Clay Neely Durbin Phiilis Row three Hamilton Gurdon Denham Jackson Runyon Lambert . M rt gisl 1: r 1fNl'lIl!ll'lll'I' Clark Thurman Tejan YValter W. Thorpe Marvin M. Tincber Howard E. Trent Eugene R. Webb James W. Wine Charles Shipley Roy Vance Virgil Kinniurcl llczlslcy Imxirlglnll Wlllmm I-lowzlrcl Llzly I'ninl.s'1fillr' llalmld Kelley Cloru Hlll'lflIQ"lUlI cii1Il'ClN'CAlllllll'fi0l'llClill4 fllwfl Paul jnlncs llurlmin l"lIlf0II lumcs Ciorclon Mnrli.x'rnl11ille Kcnwick Perkins I-Imnillon Srmn'r.wfl Iiclclic l'. -lzictkson Iiarl1mn'11ilI1: .Inc R. jolmson, r. Clinlml .IZIIIICS xVIlCCICl'I,1llllllCl'l Pina Ilill William Lewis Mulllmcws. ji Ifmvling Uflflfll liclwzml Olivcr ' lirrrru eil' Activities VIRCII, RIN. BICASLILY: 1 ' t Student Bar Assoei'tion, Scahhard and Blade. Alp tnega, Phi Alpha Delta, N fs non 1' tn 'ican College Students 0 Wl .I,l'AlNl HOWARD CLAY: Vice-President tdent B .socziati Phi Delta Phi. Sigma Chi HAROLD KEl.I.Y CLORIQ: Phi Alpha Delta. Committee 2'l0 0 C RICNCIC AR'l'l'lUR iNl'Zl.lllS: Kentucky Law journal, Phi Alpha Delta 0 PAUI. tlAMl-IS DURBIN: Captain Track Team, Captain Boxing Team, Senior Football Manager, Phi D '1 Phi, K-Club 0 -IAMICS GORDON: Inter-Fraternity Council, Keys. Student Standards Cot nittee. Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Phi 0 KIQNWICK PERKINS HAMILTON: Phi Delta Phi I 1" Dlli P. -IACKSON: Phi Delta Phi 0 JOE R, jOHNSON, JR.: President Alpha 'l'au Omex'. Inter-Fraternity Council, Who's Who Among American College Students, O.D.K., Beta Camm. 'igma, Patterson Literary Society, Kentucky Law journal, Phi Alpha D-ella, Lamp and K-ss 0 JAMES XVHl'1l'il,liR l,AMBll'iR'l': Phi Delta Plli 0 XVILLIAM LICNVIS MA'l"l'l'llCNV UIR.: liditor Kentucky Law journal. Stutlent Bat' Association, Phi Alpha Delta O ICDWAR ll,lVl'IR 0 HARRY W. ROBl'1R'l'S, UIR.: Business Manager Kentucky Law journal. justice 'I' Alpha Delta 0 ARTHUR B. ROUSIC, .lR.: Alpha 'l'an Omega, Phi Alpha Delta. President . dent Bat' Association 0 M.lCHAl'il. A. ROWVADY: Phi Alpha Delta I PAUL iX'lOORl'1 Rllt ON: Phi Delta Phi 0 Al.BlliR'l' LAWRENCE SHERMAN: Band, Concert Band. Dehatin Peam, l9fl7 Representative Slate Oratorieal Contest, Committee 240. Philharmonic Orehe: a, Radio f,I'K'llt'SlI'2l 0 ROBl'IR'l'S'l'ONl'1: Phi Alpha Delta. Sigma Alpha lipsilon 0 Rf .QT TODD NWICICNICY: Kappa Alpha, Phi Alpha Della 0 ROY IC. 'I'OOMS. UIR.: Al an Omega. Phi .Xlpha Delta. Student Coretttnnvnl Association 0 HOWARD li. 'l'R'IiN'l QIR.: I'hi Delta Phi, lienturky Law journal, Radio Stall. XII -- , . , 1011 I...nt'rcnc'e Sherman Rohert. Stone Robert Todd Sweeney Roy P.. Tooms, Jr. Howard IC. Trent, .Il P""'7'fllff Mfmlf-lair, N, -1, Oamnslmro Clinton l'uinl.v1viIlr' 181 X ,y U Mary I.. l5:n'lon .john lflorcl Clarke, jr. 2nd Yr. 2nrl Yr. Z1 A li lfal mon! 71 M nywil l 1: K. Miller Holland Iznnes R. Howell lsl Yr. A X 2nd Yr. E N Uzucuslloro llorlgrrrmillrf Weldon Colilin Glenn W. Denlunn ml. llzlvicl Francis John A. lflllfffn lst Yr. K A 2nd Yr. lst Yr. fb A 0 2nd Yr, A IS' l"1'n11lcf0'rl i'if'fHfIllllSIlIl1'g Iio11fli11g Green f"l'lIll,i!f0I'l lilinoncl I..Mur1in i'i.Ai1lIl Robins Rolmerl MeMnrly SIJHIQCIIS 2nd Yr. A 'l' S2 2nrl Yr. A X - Isl Yr. Imxirlglfm l"n'r'j1m'l, N. Y. I.r:I11mon ther aw Students Seniors Without Pictures I. frl'1lIlVliiC fliilfk Ix'll.v.wfll1fill1' Clyde Colvin Soulh I'm'lsruoullz lfilhizni l.. Durbin Imxinglnn Rolmerl I.. Henry Imxinglou 182 Maurice M. iiiilliiillfl' Ricllmoml Rolmerl l". l-lonliliun I,I'Xf11gl0H li. K.Sl1epl1ercl 1.rfxf11glrn1 Rolxerl Cl. Still l.rfxing'l1m 'l'ln1rrnz1n'l'ej:1n l'ill.v1mrg1l, Pn. Willis l.. Vzillzniclinglunn Owmllrm Eugene R. XVclxlx l.1fxi1lgIo11 Roherl I-1. Allphin Isl Yr. I Va rm zu Uhel O. llarriekman Isl Yr. li all f owl jolm S. Bolcs 2nd Yr. Lrfxinglon Dale R. lloolh lsl Yr. Blllelizflll. IV. Vrl. Henry H. Ilranlhlel. lsli Yr. fJm'li.l'lrf Hiram M. Brock. jr. 2nd Yr, ' Ilurlrm George S. Ilrooks. jr. Isl Yr. R ll'inr'l11'slm' William li. BlIl'0I'll I Isl Yr. Nlflmlrlxlfillc Thomas R. lilII'IIS 2nll Yr, Grayson AlCXamler II. Ilurrns lsl Yr. I-UNIHHIUH 'l'homas R. Carler Isl Yr. lVlllillllISl0IUH. Willian 2nd Yr. l'rli11l.x'villc 1 I-Iowarll Clay William 'IX 2nd YI, Imxiliglruz Comisky .lack I.. Cook Isl Yr. Salem .l0l1l1 C. Cook Y2ncl Yr, l'I'Illlln'f0Tl ther aw Students l'. Marshall Davidson Isl Yr. I'rcf.slm1sI11n'g Iiclgar H. Dunn, jr. 2nd Yr. Llfxfllgfllll George XV. livans 2nd Yr. lflfllllllflllll William M. Ganl Isl Yr. Owmzslmro Iilizahelh I". Gillespie lsl Yr. ll Ir1'vxli1'k llennie Gooch. 2nll Yr. .Y!llll1'I'A'I'f , . james lf. llorllon Incl I I .lIrlrli.vnn1ffllr' joseph IC. Green Isl Yr. limxingloll Roherl S. Hllllllllllllll Isl Yr. PII.WIllIfll!l, llnlif. jack Q. Heath flrll Yr. liirlnirzglmllz Nelson Hoskins lsl Yr. I.l'.YlIlg'l0ll j. lillgar Howe . lSl Yr. .-llrnwmrlrizl Cl. I'Ierman Kendall Isl Yr. I.!'NlIIg'fUIl Charles M. I.anllrn- ' Isl Yr. I.l'.X'llIg'l0ll Charles A. I.arnarll. Ir. 2nd Yr. i I.f'xing'lo1z joe C, Lewis lSL Yr. I.l'Nf1Igl07l l'illII'lII R. Mefllellanll Isl Yr. Chm'lc.vl0n, W. Va. john O. Mcliinslry Isl Yr. ll7!l.YlllIIg'l0Il, Iowa llnrnis Marlin 2nll Yr. l'ij1p1l11as.r I. Dillard Marlin Isl Yr. l.!'.Yfllgl0Il joe I.. Massie Isl Yr. l.l'.YllIg'l0Il jolm R. Merellilli Isl Yr. ll'1'no1frl, IV. VII llonalll l'. Moloney Isl Yr. l.1'.x'inglnll llarh:ll'a Moore Isl Yr. I"rnnl:fo1'l Sam ll. Neely 2nd Yr. Ilazel C. Homer Neikirk Isl Yr. Srmmrscl Lewis D. Niccley Isl Yr. Ml. Vernon Ilclwin I". Oekernian lsl Yr. Corbin Marlins C. Rellwine Isl Yr. ll'i111'l1mlrrr Paul D. Rehm Isl Yr. I.1'xi1lg'lon Roherl li. Rice Isl Yr. I.l'XiIIg'l01I I. l.onis Rives Isl' Yr. f.1'.Y1'Ilgl0Il Caesar Rose 2nd Yr. Iicallyvillc Asher lf. Seale Isl Yr. 1'i11c11ille William E. Sharp, jr. Isl Yr. Gfforgclozun Mahlon R. Shelhonrne 2nd Yr. Pmlurwll Charles V. Shipley lst Yr. Crrilirl llelen Stephenson Isl Yr. Ilzrjzllirixwillr' jolm William Slerens 2nlI Yr. llumvrll Roherl II Stevenson lst Yr. Ilr'u.vlm1l' Roherl 'I'ollll Sweeney 2nll Yr. 0zl'1'11.vl1orn W. Richards Swope lst Yr. 1.l'.Yl.Ilg'f0H Roy N. Vance. jr. 2nd Yr. l'n1l1u'nl1 jolm I.. Ward Isl Yr. I'lfll'l'0llXlIIl7'g' R. l'ollarll Hlhile Isl Yr. Hojzkilmfillc Squire N. Mlilliams. jr. 2nrl Yr. I.z'.x'il1g'lol1 james XV. Wine. jr. Qnll Yr. I'rr'slo11.vI:ln'g 183 It is an spirit . . Ilolmrs the new and I' sts it. value 3 ,fir ' . f.. , "ii 5' 1 'CE X I -, l ' r , XX Fi f x 1 qs 'Z , " ,L '1 - ,. ,yf-' E -,-'Yi' 11'-T' N.. vf -4,-4 . ,- -:- .,, L I5 1 Q 1 ,I7' . gg U' A Aff' ' I . 1 ' fm' QT - sw. ' .-1 ':-11-',. , , Sf: feyp' . pf I, ,f f 'i l" f,'1fU,f54' Ifff' 1' W7 2, , A N x J. .. ni -- 1 E 3,1536 as ,lj-1,23 I!" if V H ,,I . tw X 'I M 'K-. . q. A. az- 5 vu .wi 'AWA H " Vex W fb . x, x ' 'ds - . ' .. kxi -' 1, V595 'A . A-fiaffib -4' WIT: xxx r - ' we-f w N N'- 'V-L .ff 1511. ,'f"Wf:fa' ' . N gzqf vf rg, ,XJ px llecorzttetl lor llotnecmning. the l'hi Dells wait, to welttmne at grad ..... :t salute lrmn hztncl sponsor, Mztttiegcne l':tlinorc, :incl hztncl personnel tliretztor, Perry Atlznns ..... at pose hy the lztntous ll. li. Wiltlvzit ..... the llztntl sulntes tlelense :incl the ll. S. A. ..... with lslnnatel blocking, Allen picks up yatrclztge against. Washington :intl Lee ..... Stalker scores at husket, ztgztinst Mississippi ..... C'llCCl'lC2l1lCl', Virginian Wesley, linishes it yell ..... thc lteslnnzttt cttrtl :intl clicering section ..... yell lender, Dorothy lleeler ..... holcl that Alztlmtnn line ..... Noah Mullins stztrts on one ol' his fznnons kick-ull' returns lor at tntlclitlown ..... at hot dog :intl Shirley Muttox ..... the A'l'O HlJl'ZllIlSl0l'llIH that won the SttKy tletiomtions contest. ' "vF'.lwS.:'f,'A' il!!! tfl.1,',t?1i1Ja'3ff'- f f, , 'HiyHMz'lr if 1 gi .tix L 'A x ,Y 7 i von Alf. N 4 'A WV I Illini! 7825 " M., f?" i . ..,,,w-tuW- . mvvmllllwx' tl , ' EEUU! 7 J' in -Wgggg tp A """-up BERNIE SHIVELY 1J1Ricc'i'ou or Jx'I'lll,l-1'l'lCS "Shive", athletic director :ind line conelt, is at nzitivc ol' Olivier. lll.. und while :tn nnder- grztdnztle ill. the University olf Illinois. he wus designated :ts nn Zlll-.'xlllCl'll'llll guard. He cznne to Kentucky in H127 under Conch I-larry Gznnztge and remained as lille eoateli until Ciztniuge re- signed in 1933. He held at post in the l'hysic':1l lidnezttion depztrltnent during Chet Wvnne's reign: but when Kirwan succeeded Wynne in ISJ37. lte was drztlted signin us line concll and hy public ucelztiln ascended to the olliee ol' :ithlelie director. Athletics experience having heen g eanet a dentallv, is a lull-lledged lawyer. ADOLPI-I RUPP Hmm Basal-:'rnAi.1. Cofxct-1 '1'he miracle man ol' Southern basketball, Adolph Rupp, Kentucky head coach, is a native ol Halstead, Kansas. He was graduated from the Univer- sity olf Kansas, where he played basketball under the famous "l'l1og" Allen, in 1923. Before coming to Kentucky he coached at lvlarshalltown and Free- port, Illinois. At the end ol' ten years here, he can hoast ol' live Southeastern Conference championship teams, those of 1935, l935, l937, lll39, and I9-ltl. He has pro..luced four all-Americans and a host ol all-Conference tnen. "AB" KIRVVAN I-IEAD 1foo't'imi.r. Cofxcl-1 "Ab", who graduated here in 1926 alter lettering in track and lettering in and captaining the loothall teain, was returned here in 1937 as head loot- hall coach alter one ol? those periodic athletic upheavals which have shaken the campus in the last decade. lt was his first stah at college coaching, previous I l t Louisville's Male and Manual high schools. llis record here, however, is prool' ol his ability, lor he has placed his Wild- cats on a plane with the hest ol' the Southeastern Conference. Kirwan, lllCll" S. A. "DADDY" BULBS GllAlDUA'l'l'Z IVIANAGHR ot-' !X'l'I-lLE'l'lCS "Daddy" lloles, who holds the ollicial title ol' Graduate Manager ol' Ath- Ietics, is liaison man hetween the Wildcats and the puhlic, the Nvildcats and the press. Ol' Dry Ridge, Kentuekyf descent, he has since his lirst alliance with the University in l9l7, coached almost every one ol' its sports. He has handled the loothallers, the haskethallers, tracksters, the hasehallers, and ' 1 even now the state championship golf team. 'ADaddy" is a graduate ol Xan- derhilt University and holds his M.A. degree I'roni there. football C'U""fUN ,IOIIN l5l'2Nl'1R ASSlS'I'AN'l' hl'AN.XtiI'2ll 'Inu 'l'.-wroa By lfluclm llu.l. oihcymrlllilillmert, Dennis Kirwan, ntidst the rumbling On' the other hand fanny Coarh Kirwan was not ' I HS .ind the lanlare ol. tnany horns, sounded the roasting on the same thong-In i.v:..'es. Adept at figuring fllll' lor his third l'ootl1all round-up in the llluegrass the angles despite his two shot' years in the "tnaiors", 'll 50ptentlrer and was niet hy sotne lil'ty hopel'ul Clans- Kirwan was reckoning' with one angle on whieh his Count. he found that hardly a llnniliar followers were not-the strength ol' the enetny. I- 1 .s intsstug lrotn the squad that last' year amazed Kirwan and his stall. Bernie Sltirely, Iirank Moseley. Llinllfllllltgislls l1y.l1ef'otttiln,g' one ol' the inajor Southeastern joe Rupert, Gene lllyers. and joe lluddleston. were romhllll PL 'surprises ol the season. lleeause ol tlus, going to have to lnuld a team tollaee the sltllesrsrlled- - ans tn the Dark and Illoody Ground began to ule set lmelore a Wildcat squad in a ntunlmer ol years. Wlli'fW0l'ly Optintistie. And they no longer had that laetor whirlt aided tltenl lmmll these hoys were almle to win six games, tie Ala- so nnteh the year lmelore-the element ol surprise. W :vand extend the two Southern howl teams, Ceor- News had leaked out down the line that "the Wild- tlhldeelt and Tennessee. to the litnit. last year, what rats were loaded." 5l"Tl'H1lo with another year ot' experience under Thus attthe end ol' the season they pulled up with or I' 'CVB llley reasoned. And hy a natural proress a record ol tive wuts. three losses, and two '1es. ' V ' "l. lllflll lieeatne "lienlurky's year," Neither the stall' nor the teatn itsell' has et "" ol'l'ered hymn' JU-::iil!ff:Sl1'1f. frft: r'oun'.w in lo block. lirlnztl .... 07llhl?lllml'?7S1?lI lliflxllililgftlll mul' lim' fllll-V67 - IIAIIIIIQHJII mul l.r'r'.v lilslmp with 1.x jmllrvl down funn Ifelllnrl rm .lllrn Ima to :Mull Ullfj f. . , - , WN-lr-llrrl arms . . . . . lun: . .' .' - I l'IIII, Srzort' KEIXIIII: jonwsox Sit M l'lI?l.l'1'I"l'l1f Slll.I.Y yl,-xrzotts YVAl.'l'l-Ill RIIZIIJ . Senior Sophoxnore junior Senior Senior I IC-ml Tarlclrf Cflllllfl' ylllflill' 'I'nr.'lIlrf l an alilzi--sIIt'lI il reeortl neecls no :Ilihi iII the wilclesl, KI'1N'I'IIr:IiY Silk-ll,Xl.IlWIN'lV.XI.I.At2l-1 0 l llltlSl rahitl loohall country iII tlIe Ililllflll, the Southeast A 5Cl,u.,,,I,m: Sm, whit-I, vim' in Iwnl with ,Im Kun., l "" lull il 5W"'5 'lull' "1'i"t"1" 5""'l' CXl'li"'il'l"" lm l-llwll lueky llfillll s:Iw the Wiltleats wiII their Iirst gatne 50 to ' lm' Milli" illl 'UU "li"'ll li'l'5 Ulllcfl 5' H'll5i'l'l"'l'lll"i5n 0 over :I neweotner Oll the seltetlule. llaltlwin-Wallaee 54'i'5""- l'l'UIll llerea, Ohio. Altliouglt they showetl well iII l:Iter A l"irst, the '39 squatl Wlflll tlirough tlIeir season witlI season eotnpetition, the hoys l'l'0lll the llttrkeye eountry hut two tlantagitig injuries: the 'tltl squatl HIJCIII lll0Sl tarlecl latt :I It. lllC Wiltleats, lJ02lSllIlg'1l wealth ol' haek- ol' its collective llllll? on erutehes or iII tlIe hospital. lieltl Inaterial itI Mullins, Allen. jones, Ishtnael, a i Searttely :I gaine was playetl with tlIe services ot' all tlIe S0lJlIUlll0l'C pile-driver ll2IlllCtl lioh l'lerhert, Illlll :I host l key IIICII. ol' others, were all over lllC lieltl. Kentucky clrore over l Seeoucl, lor some reason all Kentut'ky's opponents Olllf l0lll'lltl0Wll iII tlIe lirst quarter, two itI tlIe seeonrl. l seetnetl to piek the XVilclt':Its :Is tlIe liflllll they woulrl 'l'hen their opponents apparently quit. 'l'he llig lllue like hest to heat. Antl proreetlittg' on tlI:It thcory, seoretl at will tluring the seeontl lllllll. I three ol' the enetny took the 'flats :Is their l'ltllllCC0llIlllg' Next on tlIe sehetlule was Xavier lhtiversity ol' Clin- , opponent, fiCUl'g'l1l usecl tlIeIn to help tletlieate night t'inII:Iti. Reputetlly, they were a pushover. hut. the loothall, Illltl Vantlerhilt llll?l thent while tlIe Klotnnio- 'Cats went. untler the kleigs I'or llllf lirst tiIIIe sinee lflflti, 4, tlore roach, Retl S1llHll'l'S.W1lS in llllf hospital. It would ntet an inspiretl resistant'e, Zllltl gave their followers l have t:Iken :I lllll'1ItilC lllltll to get perleet results :Ig.IiIIst their lirst scare hy etnerging winner hy hIIt two toueh- f such otltls. clowns, I3 to tl. ' 2 Atltl to these two reasons tlIe strength ol' tlIe op- 'l'hose two tallies l'urnishetl tlIe g2lIllC'S only thrills. I l position illltl the possihility tlIat they llllly lI:Ive taken On the lirst, tlyuzunie little llunie .jones shook hitnsell' I 5 their pre-season ratings il little too seriously Zllltl you loose to sttainper 'I7 yartls into pay-tlirt on the l'Cllll'll have :I lair itlea ol' Wllitl happenetl to llllf lllltl loot- ol' :I Xavier lllllll. llllllll was perh:Ips the tllost tlaxlling h:Ill teatn. intliyitlttal lJCl'l'0l'llI1llH'C exhihitetl during the entire . . . . . Norllt Mullins nirlml by lrnjziltg Clmrliz' . . . . . lllullills ix .slnplnrrl by Iliff nI1IIII,IIIollI Allt- Is!InIrI1'l :tml lltmie IUILIIS Qfar lvflj picks up yardage llama line ..... IIglIlAHA'l Ilm C'ViIll.YOI'L Title rm Hmttumnziug Day . . . . . .... Iflnmmcring Charlie l.rIun1u'l plozttx llirouglt ..... "lJulclz" l.vl1n11u'l ix sluppwl juxl .vlmrl of f31'Ur'g'ift T1'r!t'.v line for ri lmtrrlzrlown ..... anolhrr lmtrlulorttn as Iliff Gworgirz 'I'r'1'h line Irie.: Io hold ..... season. Soon alter, Dave loeller chopped his way ol'l' out with dislorated elhows. A ntuuher ol' other eogs his own right tackle, reversed his lield heautilully he- in the machine were injured. less seriously hut had hind perleel interlerenee and ran 57 yards to score. enough to hamper their playing ahility. 'l'he lield was covered with mist. the hall slippery, V ' V' and the rest ol' the game drah. IXNIHQH Rmiumls LHOST 'l'heu came Washington and I.ee. marching hopefully liarly in the week helore Kentucky played Vander- inlo the rare horse rountry to write another chapter in hilt. whom they had heaten the year helore for the their hook, "llow to lleat 'Ah' Kirwan." Never had a lirst time in the history ol' an age-old rivalry, the Com- Ueneral outlit lost to a Kentucky team coached or motlore l'll2li'll, Red Sanders. went to the hospital for played on hy the quiet, Mr. Kirwan. an appendertomy. And with a strategy remiuisrent 'I'his trip, however. they were doomed to dismay- ol' the late Rorkne ol' Notre Dame. "Red" managed a forthe 'flats reached a high point in spirit in that game hook-up wherehy he could talk to his hoys from his unmatched the rest. ol' the season to heat the hoys l'rom hospital rot to their locker room hetore they went the Old .Dominion 'l7-12. onto the lield. During that soiree the Big Blue restored faith in Asa result, the Clonnnodore- threw their whole heart itself. showed only a vulnerahility to enemy aerials. and soul into the game. lt was a gallant team Ken- Noah Mullins, Versailles speeclster, pared his mates tueky played that alternoon in Nashville-prohahly hy Catching two ol' lirmal Allen's passes to score in the as spirited a team as there was in the Southeastern lirst frame, then coming hack in the seeond with W. Cloulerenee. They took a 7 point lead scored in the and l..'s opening kick-oll' 95 yards lor a touchdown. lirst l'ew minutes ol' play on a long pass and held it 'l'hat. unfortunately. ended the Kentucky win streak. lor 58 minutes. 'l'hey hegan to hit the stretch ol' road called "Tough For all ol' that time the Big lllue was trying to push l,uek 'l'raiI" in gridiron "lingo". 'l'wo harks. lullhark over a srore: Vzuuly was on the defensive. Finally. with Claude llamtnond and hallhark "Hoot" Comhs. went only the two minutes to play. Kirwan sent in two rrip- -lUN"'?J0Nt':s .lm lXlr:tlR.xw DIVITIII lstmwt-il. lion llrztuutau' ICRMAI. Antrim V Hoplromore :Senior Sophomore junior' A fllfk land fllllilfllfli l'ullIuu'lc lllllflfflll- , Y- I -. l Noftu Mm r.lNs JIM HAIillIN Ennnf: lfarrz DAVE BRONVN ALLAN Pxaa umoi Senior Senior Junior Sophomore Ilalfbaclc End G IIIITII fZ"IlIl7'll?YfHIL'fl. Iinzl ples, -Iunie Jones and Charlie "Dutch" Ishmael. With .lunie blocking masterfully and the "lJutclunan" driv- ing with the ball, the Kentuckians wrangled their way down field. Ishmael crossed from the oneg -jones con- verted the extra point. and the game ended, a 7 to 7 tie. Aroused to a blustering fury by the Vanderbilt draw. the 'Cats beat a rhytlunic victory chant with their heels to record a 24 to 0 victory over a strong squad from George lVashingon University at. home the next week. Kirwan's 'Cats played what was probably their best game against the tlolonials, newcomers on Stoll Field but for several years one of the liastfs best teams. Mullins got his second touchdown off a kick-off re- turn, this trip going 90 yards straight through the enemy skirmish line: -lunie jones kicked a field goal. the first to be completed hy a "Kaintuek"' eleven since Ralph Kercheval cleaved the cross-bars of Tulane in HI32. 'l'ouchdowns by Ishmael and willowy Dave Zoeller made up the remainder of the scoring, but as en- couraging as the Wildcats' ability to tally was the gen- eral lleld work of the sophomores and juniors who took part in the game. lt proved to the Wildcat mining crew that they would find plenty of ore in those returning men in l9fll. . Charlie Ishmael learls the way for Bill Iilrtclt II 'IIIIIYI Il mighty 7llfIllII!5SCIf line ..... llnder the are-lights of the football lield in Athens a hard-hitting Georgia squad became the second team to tie the Wildcats, destroyed any delusions of grandeur which Kentucky supporters might have had because of their team's victory over the Bulldogs in Louisville the year before. 'l'here Kentucky met one of the most impressive young men in the football South, young Frankie Sinkwich. After seeing his team sink behind after an Allen to Mullins pass, Georgia's Wallace Butts gave the rolling order to Frankie. What had been a Blue dominated game became a Sinkwieh dominated one, and only the dogged determination of the 'Cats kept. it l'rom becoming a rout. It was deemed It minor miracle by those who saw it. that the Bulldogs made only one touchdown. The game ended almost im- mediately after they had it, the score standing 7 tl 7. Hornecoining was a sad day for the alumni, for with Sully llacobs, john liibner, and a number ol' other leading 'Cats on the bench with the mlseries, Ken- tucky was nearly swamped by the Crimson Tide of Alabama. It was their first loss, and at 25 to 0 it was a had one. 'llama started to roll when they recovered a Ken- tucky safcty's fumble deep in 'Cat territory and pushed . . . . . jinz llrwdin ton grozmrll and Clyde johnson umm: in In lmljz .vmollzzfr ll Vo jmsser . . . . . . . . . . ll'ilh Vols all rlrotlml lritlt. xvnn' np, xonn' . . . . . l'ulntrr tfltlj unrl Zo,-llrr QISB lrnrl inl1'rI'cr- flown, Zoeller ttuinluv l:r'1'jm rlritting ..... wmv' for .Xunlt Alttllittx on rt wirlr' rnrl run nl 'I'rn r1rv.w'r . . . . over a touchdown. A l'ew minutes later their llinnny sisted ol' the "Dntclnnan" starting with the hall and Nelson scored on a long rnn developing Olll ol' a ending sotne ten to l'il'leen yards l'arther along in 'l'ech drive over guard. Later in the game he cnt loose again territory with hall' the Yellowjackets hanging on his on almost the identical play. 'l'he 'l'idc capped their hack-and still willt the hall. l'lf'l""Y lll' lilllllllll 'll' 5' lll l'i""l l"lC"l'Cllll"l llilss "L" "Dutch" scored two touchdowns aml the Wildcats l""" '1"C"' lllc 3'i""'5- a victory. 'l'he University ol' Kentucky scored a hit with the good sportslans ol' Louisville. l,ANDSl,llll'l IN l,ontsytt.t,tf: lint seven days later all was not so pleasant. The wolves laid seige to Stoll Field lor a week alter . . . . . , . I lhe most mtserahle sight tn all the sports world the llama catastrophe. latd such a desperate setge that . . . . , must he the spectacle ol two teatns playing loothall tt tools dynamite to hlast them away. . . . . . . nnttl no tnan ts recogntfahle tn a quagtntre ol tnnd lllc llyllillllllc Clllllc-'ll lllc lmlll et llli-li' dmc' and snow. 'l'he outcome ol' such a contest is nigln- cropped Dutch lslnnael-and was ellecttye. lslnnael. mnrish' or In lam il was in lhc msc of the K..mm.ky, looking like the newsreel shots ol lexas A. and Nl.s WCS! yirginiu lp.i,m.lC in Morgnlllowlli .lollll lullllllnllllll 'Well' "l"'l'lC Ol lllc Hmllc- lcll lm liirwan's men had heen invited np into the :nonn- f t- - - '-f' -0' "' t'- -' vt- '- --'t . . . . . "mlm U' " lollllldllll -ll te f Html? mu l'U"lll" tatns tolnrntsh background lor the llomecomtng show. lcd' 'll l'm"Sl"llC' and went up expecting a tough game nnder nortnal Brow-beaten 'l'ech. from the moment Zoeller slith- alarinf comlitions. lnstead ther l'onnd the weather l , ls . ered loose on lienlncky's opening ollensive play lor 65 so had that barely 5.000 people played hermit in the yards and a touchdown. was never a contender. Nlonntaineer's tnannnoth stadium. a lield so deep in Aflm- ZUCHCI--S sm,-,ling mmlilp,-Nigel., the wippm tnnd and snow that n was like quicksand, and a wind ull-Cmivc Swilchcd to U wricly of Ishmael Phu-5 which that lroxe then' untlortns and sttllened then' hands. never varied so tnnch at that. Most ol' them con- While they were still warm the 'Cats proved tnnch MW! Zot'1t.l.tftz CII..-nut Woon Ginn, Comms l5n.t. llt,.M.:K lltttnu' lhtixttnt Senior Sophomore Senior Sopltomorf: hentor Hnlflrmrlt 'I'ncl:Ie Hulflmclt Hulflmclt lfltrl ll l'.ll.Ml,Il l,,XllIlY Sl'li.xlcs lol-1 ll,lXIl,l'IY ll nun' 'l'.xrl.olc lfAlAlI'1'I"I' XVIl.I.0llf Senior Senior I Senior Sophomore Senior fillllfll 'l'nr'l:l1' lJr'1llr'r lim! fllmrfl llle superior learn. lslnnael scored: his lelllll helll lheir Willleals saill aI'ler lllt' gllllll?-HlllCl'l"S always IIll0llll'l' 7-poinl lc-all :luring lhe lirsl hall. lluring inlerlnis- year". sion, however, lhe Wesl Virginians were lucky enough lllllllllgll lhe llllll lienlnrky Willlrals won lillle lo have a Change in nnilorln: lhe Calls were nol. 'llhal- lalne as a leanl. lhe inllixillnal lllCllll?CI'S al leasl Cllllll' nlosl llenlral olmservers l7CllCYCll-Ill1lllC lhe cliI'l'erenc'e. in lor lheir share ol' posl season honors. lSlllll2lCl ancl lor West Virginia eanle hack lo sctore a llllll'llll0Wll on flaplain .john 'liihner were given lJI'0llllllK'lll lnenlion :I reverse, lollowecl quickly wllll lwo more poinls as on llllfilll-SlllllllL'1lSlCl'll lClllllS. lslnnael was also awarll- Allen clroppecl lhe wel hall lmellinml Kenlllltky's goal ecl llllf l.ions fllllll plaque as "nlosl Vlllllllllllf nlan ol in a rlesperale allelnpl lo pass lo salely. lhe yearn: while Clark Wooll, llllllllllglilll, Wesl Vir- 'I'he resnll: a fl lo 7 loss lay lienlneky in llllyllllllg ginia husky who played al laekle was honorecl hy ll spol lllll a loolhall game. on lhe c'onl'erenl'e all-sopholnore l1'2llll, reeeivecl lhe I 1 I V I V llesler Trophy as lhe 0lllSlilllfllllg' rookie. ll'INNI1.SSl"l'1 loo lflllfill , . . . . Center .joe ll1lllCy was IllVllCll lo lake lJlll'l lll lhe 'l'llCl'C lVll5ll'l ll lOl KCllllll'lil' lilrlllll ll0 Wllh 'l'CllllCS- anllllal posl-season Norlh,Sonlh game in lllfllllllgllillll. SCC- llilllly ll1IlllfI'Cll illllfl' lllCll' lillilfflilf llllllf LLIIIIIC aeceplell. anll lnrnecl in a rrerlilahle showing. lfonr Hlllllbllllgll, lhe lirell Klals pnl np a gallanl Sll'lll.fl.flC xvllllflllfi,llillliw,lSlllll1lCl,Cllllllllll l'liII'lllll.1Illlll'lllPll1'l'. againsl sllperior IIIZIIIIJOWCI'-'-ll lllllilll heller hallle lhan were gglglglgll in lhe pmlbssiollal loollmall "all-aI'l", lhe reeorcls Hlllllk'-lllll losl. E535 lo ll. lllfbllgll none ol' llllflll al this lilne will he ahle lo ll' lhere is eonsolalion in lhese laels, lhe llilg llllIC an-epl, arlnally fllllgllllllfll lhe Vols on lancl: Major Neylancl 'l'l14g lhllmying mcg, were QlN'2ll'QlC1l X'1lI'SIly "K's": CSlllll1lll'fl lhe score as il Slllllllll have heen al 7 lo ll: Canlain lohn liihner. Charles lSl'll11l'l, joe Bailey, llolm anll V0llllllCCl' partisans were more lllllillifll lhan elalecl l'ahner, Dave Zoeller. l'hil Sc' ls, 1,111-ry Spears, linnnell al lhe fllllfflllllf. ll clicln'l seein right lhal Sllifll ll Willongllhy. lflarry lllflllllllll. liclllie l'll'lll,S1llll lllllelle. ralianl leanl Ullllfl lose hy snrh a lophheavy lllllfglll. Iinl llarllin, Carl fl0lIlllS, l-Ill 4Iill'0lJS, Waller Reill. Kloarh Kirwan anll his slall' were Il1lllll'ZIlly rlisap- Noah Mullins, Ilnniorllones, l'll'lll2ll Allen, llare llrown. poinlell in lhe UlllK'0Illi'Q lllll lhe l'al'l l'CllllllllCll lhal Clark Wooll. lloh llerherl. lloh Ileeler, Billy lllavk, Tennessee, showing heller lmalanre and mlislrihnlion ol' Allen I'arr. Clyde johnson, and llle Slll4lClll lllilllllfQl'l', lower, hall won. 'l'he score slancls and--as one ol' lhe Charles Williams. 1 Row one: Combs, Reid, Jacobs, Elbncr, Bailey, Zoeller, Hardin, Casner, Wood. Row two: Brown, Hammond, Ishmael, Gholson, Jones, Scott, B. Bcclcr, Johnson, Hulcttc, Walker. Row Ahree: Herbert, Tnylor, Mullins, Palmer, Denham, Spears, French, Zinn, Martin, Klnccr. Row four: Beck, Grnbun, Fritz, Allcn, Schlcgcl, Mitchell, Huddlcston, Gamble, Parr, Block, McGraw. Myers. l.l'0lIl turhulent Harlan pushetl the Vantly I'resh- yearlings enclecl their "plehe" year in meteoric l'ashion with a I2-0 victory over 'l'ennessee's lirst year tnen. alter ll1lVlllglll'UIJlDCll their other two starts. Big Blue tangletl with Vantlerhilt's Little Sltippers in N. nlen all over the lielcl. lllllilC I7 lirsl tlowns to the Lonuuotlores lour, yet lost the skirmish I2-0. It just wa 'l'he lfniversity ol' Clineinnati, thanks to a lmloeketl liy ll. It. hlliI.'l'0N Coach Gene Myers antl his lllltl crop ol' pigskin Myers' charges stopped the yauntetl runninlt, attack ol' the hahy Vols, featuring llohhy Cilers. the most highly puhlieilecl high school perlornier in the coun- ' ' ll'y in 1939: antl the Kitten lorwartls continually openetl In their season inaugural, ltttnre nienihers ol the huge holes in the Tennessee line l'or their own hall toters. Charley Kuhn, lornter Louisville prep Sl2ll', was the ishville. 'l'he proteges ol' the ex-'flat lutninary. Gen-1 hig noise in the 'Cat haeklieltl. A hright I'uture with the varsity is pretlirletl I'or this swivel-hippetl hall- carrier. sn't in the hooks lor the lientttckians to win. 'l'wo other proclucts ol' the lfalls Cities, Rohert Oen- hrinla l'rotn New Albany, antl Leonartl Preston from luek. gainetl a hair-hreaclth 2-0 clettision over the 'Cat Louisville. along with -lohn Sandy, hailing l'ron1 the lreshnien. A tlillitlenl, sluggish gatne ol' hall was put coal lieltls ol' Pennsylvania. are consitleretl as hest line up hy the Kittens in this tilt as eoniparetl to the liness prospects. intl general ahility tlisplayetl in their initial outing liesicles these I'our, the following earnetl numerals lgainsl Yantlerhilt. l'or their ellorts and some ol' thent are lmeing fountetl on gtitliron stronghold liountl the lair ol' the XVilcleats loo tough lor eonilort, anal were 'At'lawetl" into suhniission. I2-0. on Stoll I"ieltl's snow-swept gritliron . Coaeh 'l'he lresliniau contingent ol' 'I'ennessee's heraltletl to holster the ranks ol' the varsity this l'all: Rohartls. Lorzl. jztraef. lani, Portwoocl, Boehler, Sengle. lihlen. liwing, Zoeller, Whetstone. Kessinger, Nnekols, Speeius. :intl Hoyer. Row one: Kuhn, Lord, Zoeller, Hammer, Cunningham, Bell, Blackford, Nuckols, Meeks. Row two: Manager Parks, Sandy, Martin, Scngel, Portwood, Preston, Triplett, Whetstonc, Hayer, Maggard. Row three: Over- brink, Kessingcr, Spectus, Boehler, Jnrncz, Iani, Eblcn, Robards. asketball fiXI"I',XlN I,rtf, lllllllill M.w,x1:l4R fi.-XRIll'1'I"I' l'4l'I'll'.-Ylllllili By lflllill Ilu.t. lielore Adolph Rupp shueked his huge I'rame into Rupp, a student under the great. "l'hog" Allen ol' the drivers Stfill ol' Kenttteky's haskethall chariot, his- Kansas, changed the systetn at lientucrlay. He took the tory ol' the net game in the Bluegrass made rather advantages ol' the Southern game. a sale. sane and dull lll'2lIllI reading. 'l'he Wildcats were a sometimes good, sport at which patrons yawued in their seats, and netimes had team which most ol' the time did well combined them with the rough and tumhle melee to lmreak a little more than even. style lnade famous in the middle west. The result is flllahle Adolph came to Kentucky from lfreeport, his motto-"always a good show." lndiaua. where his high sehool teams there had vom- ln those ten years ol' glory. Kentucky has lour times ed a reeord ol' Gil wins against httt 'l losses. 'l'hat won the Southeastern Conl'erent'e tournament: and one s in lllfill. Sinfe then every layorahle adjective in year. when no tourney was held. they were ttndisputed the hooks has heen applied to the KClllllC'lil2lllS ol' the champions anyway. Rupp, il would he sale to say has court. never produced a had team in any sport. Up at l .lm limo Cvttu, S't'.tm1ta MARVIN Atticus KIQN lixrathxxo -lunxor .junior Sophomore Sophomore filfllffl' Ciunrzl Guard fillllfll 196 askethall xY.XI.l.l'.R lvllllli KiCl'I'll l".xllxsl.l-ir CMU. Clomlls hl.II.'IOX 'l'll:t:o .Illl1lOl' Senior Senior Sophomore I"nl'1llrl rrl F0?'1t'lI rrl fl lm rrl 1'.UlTt'!l rrl l xllll'SlliIllltlWIl. Illinois. he hllilt Ll Sl1llC K'll2llllpl0llSlllll orel' hzlll' the tinle. Only ill the l1lSl l'ew lllilIlllCS tlitl wrestling ll'1llll I'rom ll hook, witllotlt ever hel'ore clillllillll l.ee HllllCl'.l1Cl'lI1lIlSlliCUlllNlZIllillI1glllilll in lllIYlIlg' seen il wrestling llllllflll the l.onisrille l'0IN'l2lYK', lix his sights on llle lltlsltet 'I'he Itlll lmtlskethzlll letlm wzls no exception to his Slliiil'iClllly to score the winning glllll. "every lCillll ll gooll one" rule. 'l'rne, they tlitln't will Stralnge :ls it Illilf' seem, Illlln-r's gilllll'-lll'l'2llsl'I' neler the ll7lll'llilIllClll this l'Clll'. lint :ls 'l'ommy lfilzgeralltl ol' went throngh the htlsket. lt l'irl'lell the 1liI'. settletl in the Clfllll'lCl'-.l0lll'lI1ll sports stzlll' so illllllly pllt il: "'l'en- the riln. 'l'hen Wheeler I.eeth, the 'I'itle's renter. IICSSCC took the lTll2lIllIJlUllSllllJ oll' Kentttelly ill'lCl' Jxlll' wetlt np in the :lir Zllltl ptlshell il Olll. Alter il long l71llll1l lliltl l2lliClI il otll ol' them." llltbtllttlll ol' ilglllll' Referee llowser Chest tlllowetl the 'l'lle Xvilllflllii llllil 1lllY2lllt'Cll lo the SCllli-l'llIZllS ol' lhe gotll, the whistle hlew. Llllll llClllllClii' wzls in lhe linalls. tourney, heltl this yC2ll' I'or the I'irst lillle in Louisville. lint their llC1ll'l wzls no longer in il. or l'2IlllCl' their 'l'heir opponent wzls Alllllilllllll ill the other hraleket strength wats not. 'I'ennessee took il long lezttl on lhetn WHS,llCllllCSHCC2lg1llllSl Florillll. Much to the Kentucky early in the night's l'lllillS. :mtl llespite Ll lleterlninetl lvilllS' lllSIlIIly VIICIIIICSSCC l'llll LIWZIQ' with the 'Glllors. lllte gilllllf COIIIC-lJill'li which leI't the seore-zlntl the l'1lllS ' Clozlttll hi2IllCl' was :lhle to let his l'CglllZll'S rest, pltly the -Hllllllllllg ill 313-Fifi, liClIllll'liy NTIS l'ort'etl to lltlllil over sllhstittttes. It wtls not so with Rllllli. Alllllillllll welll the crown slle won lzlst YCLII' to llle Vols. into the gtnne tleterminetl to will. They were hot: llllil It wns no 1liSgl'lll'C1 even the llSll1lllf' explosive Rupp illvlljl' the first live IllllllllCS. they never tlllowefl more took it stoiclllly. Yet il is signititltlllt ol' the llillll lurk lllllll two points clillerenee hetween themselves lllltl the lllill l10llllllCtl the Willlcalt hzlskethzlll lCillll'S ll'1lil lVllill'2llN. through the winter ol' 'l0-'ll. As tt llI1lllCl' ol' llllfl, they lel't KClllllC'liy llililillg' well .'xg2lillSl West Vlfgllllil in lhe opener they were still FR.-xslt l'2'tst:otlN l,l.oro Rlxmslfzr Ml-it, lilo-:wick lilmftl. .'XI.l.IiN j. Cl. Rolltlztusox Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Junior Sophomore l"1n'1ll11,-gl Fo l'1lYlH'lI Cen lar I'4Ul'l'l'l1l'll fl IIII rrl 197 a A ketball . 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'l'he Irish heat thetn. 'IS to trampled thein down to tlL'l'C1ll with the use ol' their '17, in a game tnarked at the end hy a near-riot heeause two Louisville aces. llilly Gates and llert Rohhens. ol' a discrepancy on the part ol' the seorehoard keepers -I8 to -III. Kentucky played without 'I'iceo. who had trllieli made the game a tie. It was not. lluher atul proved the tnost eII'ec'tiye weapon against the Muske- his ntates haul played: hut they altnost haul to he ear- leers in the last meeting. -lint King was high for the ried oll' the Iloor. Wildrats with I0 points. 'l'hen with 'Iieeo scoring 26 heautil'ul points. lien- 'I'he next trip South was without Rupp hitnseIl'. who. tueky heat Xavier I8 to lil. I-'roin there they went to having stayed oll' the "ilu" as long as he was ahle. was West Virginia, were upset hy the Nlountaineers 56 to ordered to the hospital. Assistant Coach I'aul Mellray- IPI in a game in which even the gyinnasitnn lights were er guided then: to two duly reeorded wins. il' slightly itu'onsistent. the IIIKIIISIU' to heart-I'aiIure type. Iirtnal Allen tnade 'l'hey opened the Sontlurastern l1onI'eretu'e league I0 points and Mel Brewer I3 as the 'Cats scored a 5l play. at the top ol' which they later emerged. with an to 50 win over Vanderhilt. Brewer. still riding the ill-otnened 342 to 22 deleat in Iinoxyille. Ily now the erest ol' a one-nian heal wave, paved lhein to a SH to 'Cats had heen knocked so slap-happy hy repeated Elti win orer Alahznna. wares ol' siekness that even the eoaelies rould tl0l nanle Hack holne for a second meeting with the Clritnson the starting line-up front one day to the next. 'l'ide. it was dinnttive lirtnal Allen who I'tu'nished the On the sanie trip sophomore eenter Mel llrewer, scoring' punch with I5 points in a lti to 38 victory. lluher, and I.Ioyd Ramsey got I2. I2 and I0 points .Xt this point in the season Coach Rupp hegan to reslu:etively to heat Georgia 'I'et'h -I7 to E37 in Atlanta. switeh the heavy dttty front his forwards and renters Xavier staged a ronie-hark against the Big lllue. to his guards again. I-Iuher was ont with another at- . . . lfig jim King' your up In zlrojz Ihr' lmll in llzf' ...... Ilwl lh'r'rt'1'r goat tiller lln' lip-ull in llu' If 1112 ns Ihr' liig Iilm' lnluzv illuryrttillr' in xlrirlz' ..... l1lz'l:y-Nnlrw Umm' rrlnxslr' Ill ilu' .lrlnory HI Irv ztfllr' ..... Illk askethall lurk ul' llllllltflllll, Init. c':n'el'nl i'U1l4'llllll,f hzld Illillllf has- :trnse lrotn the lxeneh where he hztd heen sitting nlosl ket, urtists ont ul' Carl Stalker Zlllil Mzlrvin Akers. Allen ul' the year :Ind lztllied I7 points. WW l'll-ll' lmlm' "lim Will' lil ll' Kclllllfkllx ml ll' '10 'l'he Iinztl two gannes nl' the lnttrlnnnent lnnve heen llcllcill Ol' Ulf' Missy' lm' Akcls "'f'ilCfl mm lll' lm' 'mc deserilnrd. ln the opening round lientnrky enronnl lmllll' lllilkllllli ll' ered Mississippi. delenled thetn 152 ln 52. ln the sem Alllllmi Hllll WHS llilfkcfl lim' llll' Wll'l'75'l5 ""ll""' CH' und rcnlml l"zn'nsley led his tnzttes tu ll 59 to fill win gngetnent, with Tennessee: :Ind hmne-luwn I'ztns were owl. 'l'Hl:,m,' llhnscll' sm,-ing 17. not disappointed, lm' the llig Blue. in :ts Vflllgll and M U N tumble ll I.rCc'l.0r-all Us thc mucgmss 'ms :md will Su' Ihen eznne Alzthznnzt :ind the deleztt hy lennessee. V tm. H long lime, luslwd mu H 37 I0 28 win- In Um 'l'ln'ee ol' the Rupp-tnen nlttde the nll'ic'inl alll-tonrnal game it wus again Akers, "the hig ll':1in", who l'm'tned "WHL lCi"'l-LCC llllllcl' Mmlllll 'llicls' mul Kclll' the speurltezttl ol' the zllluek, driving nnder the basket l'ii""'5lCY- 0" 'llc MSf'ffi2"Cf' M955 Wim' llllllcl' lmk lclmllcflly to I-Mk up U.iP5,mld H mm' of I2 points. picked nl glllllll :Ind Akers an l'0t'wzn'd on the hrst hvc Kentucky closed the season 2lglllllSl Vnnderllill with at 'lkcls lllll 'ml l'li'll ill l""'Wi"'4l7 'ml Us Sclcflm Mille' vH to ffl defeat ol' the Ctnntnodores. 'l'he 'Cuts were Ullc WHS l0f'0l'lSl1"'fli"tI 'U lUi'l'C 'lil-H .llm Klllli millli 3 l trude hut elleclive-sctorekeepers counting :tt the end 'llc W""'lll Wim' ill tulle" mul l"i""'5lCl' WHS lllilcc'-l I ol' the ganna found lhul at lolzll ol' -'IfI Ikntls had heen l""'Wi'l"l' llled. 'l'he following nten :nude vzntsity "lQ"s in lnlskelhnll ln the lust gznne, spetttzllors satw :ln old stan' re-zlrise. l.ee Htther, Curl Stalker, Marvin Akers. Keith lfzwnsley keith Hlflllll' lfztrnsley, who larsl yezn' had tnntle the zlll- Milton 'l'icc'o, .lint King. Lloyd Rannsey, Kenneth ling tonrnznnent leznn :und hand heen the nlztn ln heat 'l'en- lztnd, lirtnatl Allen, Mel I'n'ewet', Waller White. :unc nessec with his lust tninnte shut in the setni-linzlls, lN'l:tn:ngers flatrrel l'llllIJilll'lC'li1Illil llbllil Wilsftll. fFronL rowy Assistant, Coach McB1'n.yc1', Robertson, White. Furnslcy, Huber, Ramsey, Tlccu, Allen, Conch Ruppg tliaclc rowy Manager Fitzpatrick, Etseorn, Stnkcr, King, Brewer, Akers, England, Combs, Trnlnex' 00 Mann. tFrtmt row! Mttungcr Evans, Pnpnlmin, Mason. Bach. Bochler, Travis, Smith, Conch McB1'nyc1'3 tI3tzcIc rowj Adnms, Lander, Weber, Watts, Rayz. reshma ' etball By limits lI1t.t, .lsitlc ltom two tlisznppoiiiting losst-s to tht' ciL'0l4"L'- om: possihlt l'ot'w:11'tl W. AI. Smith or Clhttrlit- lihlvtt town Collt-gt' l'l'1'Slllllllll, CZo:1t'I1 llillll hll'lll'1llCl"S lf .1- or llrttft' llovlilcty who haul 1 hrothut' on tht' ll'C'Slllllllll Illl'll lllltl ll spotlcss rc-t'o1'tl. 'l'ht'y tlt'I'c':1tctl .XSlll1lllll litlfllllllll ll'1llll. lt1 ll'lllll. zthttosl :thy ol' tht't1t might tlt ltthiot' Clollvgt' twit't'. flllllllll'l'lSllltl Ciollt-gt' twifc. lltts vt-lop into ll stair. With Rupp zlhvtl with it1Il11t-11111 Zllltl ton llollt-gt' Zlllll tht- tL:114t':1t'1l fltbllllly All-5llll'S otwv. "Nlt1t"' tloitig lillll-llllli' with tht- vzttsity, tht' liittvtxs tht' l:1ttt-1' hy tht' Jllllilllllg srott' ol' 100 to 29. spout stt'trtt'l1t's in which thcy wcrt' pztrtiailly t'o:1t'I1lt'ss I'hl'Y wort. hx' tio t11t':111s tht- hcst l'1'csl1t11:1t1 lmslat-tlmttll ll was lllllilulll ul iiilwss lm' lllmll "Ii 'hull mlm' mul IJl.lfl'I'S ll. li. h:1s owl' h:1tl. not' wort: lhcy tht' worst. lmllm Q0 Ilmllcli' it 111:111x' ol' llll'lll, :ts is 1tst1:1llv thc catsc, will cvct' llt'1'cistlit-1'ct't1t'1l i11 tlctttil 11I'lltt't'igl1I QLIIIICS which tlo Xlt'l51':1yc1"e: "l1f"!'. ilozttlt Rttpim. lllll' lIlillL'I'l1ll serv- thct plnyutl tlllflllg thc scttsoti. 'lll1t'y11'l1il1l1c1l .'XSlllilllll :tc in tht'i1' Vlllllllttnf tts stztrs ol' thc t't1111't :tml hoop: Ilttttioi' Clollcgc :tt Ashlzitttl ti? to I" moxttl south :mtl hut :1g:1it1. :ts 1ts1t:1l. thcrt' 2ll'C1l I'cwot1 whom thc lllilll- took fflllllllwlilllfl fl0llf'Rl' lll 'U' 'lW"Wll4'l'l"llQ till lt' tlt ol' lklmt- will lm laid, 29 lllll.i0l'lly. 'l'hctt 0:11110 thc l'l'llSlllllg ol' tht' .'Xll'SlIlliN , , ,. . , flll their own lloor, CLco1'vct1iwt1 s Irosh llL'lt"llC'tl llll'lll lhctt' otttstattithttg gilt to postcrtty ts prolittlilv thu I , h 5 I . . . , I . . , ' ll to tl-l. lhcx' la1sht'tl hzlvlt hom this wlttpptttg In tiictttory ol that ltlll points they sc'ot'ctl 111 l.1llN'1lSlL'l' E. ' , , .I . 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'I'1'ot ,-X1l:1tt1s. ilitllll fill l.:1t1tlc't's ll'llll 1'ot11t's tht- t1:1111t's ol' sct'1't':1l other Illl' liwittg. :tml Cll1:11'lic lihlctt 'tml Xl'lll'l2.4'l'S Ilill llllfll. llill Wclicr. his lIlltlt'l'Nllllly :tt thc pivot lot' Iivtttts :1t1tl Iliggs Davis. 201 - Came the next skirmish on April 2-I. antl this time asehall lly B. F. hllCl.'I'0N 'l'he 'Cat representatives in the national pastime jnstitierl the re-adoption ol' lmaschall as a major sport hy breaking even in I-l starts last spring. in only the serontl year since its reinstatement. 'l'ennessee's hase- hallers were hestetl on three occasions, hut the flom- motlores ol' Vantlerhilt somewhat evenetl things for the Volunteer state hy taking I'onr clefisions t'rom Coach Frank Moselefs disciples ol' the hickory and horsehitle. 'I'he llnekeyes l'rom np Ohio Slate way tlitln't en- ahle the 'Cat cliamontl artists to usher in the l9fl0 sea- son in a very eneotn'aging manner, lor on April 5 antl ti. they twice took the measure ol' the Wiltlrats. El-l antl I0--1, in the opening series on the Kentucky sehetlnle. the "woim toinetl": and the llig Blue nosetl out the Xavier nine, ll-H, still on the home tliamontl. 'l'he Vols ol' 'l'ennessee were the next to fall nntler the axe ol' the Iietitttckians, Slliflillllllllllg Sl-8, April 26. lint next tlay. the emhittererl Vols slammed the sphere to all corners ol' Stoll lfieltl to win easily. I7-I. t1.tl-'mix Wn.t:l': Cfxttxlcs l l I fF707LZl row! Manager Graham, Tognocchi, Shepherd, Graviss, Navarre, Willoughby, Black, Myer, Fritz, Mc- T Cubbing tI3ack row! Robben, Rathburn, Carnes, Mathewson, Stnker, Martin, Ellington, Cardwell, Kelly, W Kurachek, Coach Mosely. W , S f " l ' K pq K K 4 P' sgitrqh n I ' .no .1 K K ' .' "n. 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'I ji 7" "'l M65 'E' U if'i'ff 29"-M .-'A ' ,-w..I1,f ff ' K , ' i'?3g,q?:44,il:l1-os'"5-Z'5u"lY'.li:':'i'3 l A I N 14 'phmg I 'r ' lt Q wh. -'xl' ' .' .1 t.-,,.,. ,-5 "'. .',i,':tl' l if 4 ase ll , I ,3- 41 '- ,. 4 -- 4 x Glconol-1'I'or:Nor:i:1n Blu, CZ,-xkmvl-11.1. lflllill-1FRI'l'l jon SllI'll'llI'IRll Senior ' junior -lnnior junior l'ilr'l1r'1' I"fr.vl lizlxvlllml Cnlr'l1r'r Sll0I'l.YfllliJ Iiillixillg an hrici' Icnvc I'ronl lhcir illllllk' il1llllllS. thc Y:nnrlcrIrill's ClllUlll'iljJ'C sloppcml orcr in Lvxinglon Mosvluyilcs lrckcil lo 'I'c'nl1csscL"s czlpilzll vily. only lo nnmi 1'onlinnuI lhcir winning ways owl' lln' Big lllnv. clrop Iwo Close dcvisions lo Villlliy'S 1'xpcl'icllrc'ci rruw. 7-fi :ind Ili-3. 5-2 :Intl 9-li. 'l'hc Univcrsily oi' Ilincinnzuli ninu iihllllli lln' Wilmi- 'I'hc: oil' again, on :lgnin HillCSllQ1lill cnlcrcml lhc win CJIIS in n pensive lnoonl. :und the Uliroomling IHIICSU colninn hy nosing onl lhc 'iinslcrn Slzllc 'l'caurl1c1's. clanrcml thc Ohionnsfl-I. ll-IO. lhnnks lo il homer with thc score lied hy Charley Pillccl zlgninsl lhcir ohl arch rivals. lhc Volunlccrs Marlin in l"l'2lllk Mcrriwcll fashion. ol' Tcnncsscc. thc 'Clan mvolcrs hlaslccl onl :I Sl-l vcr- , 203 "IiA'l"1'lcu l1l"'UN'l'llli5'I'0l.I.l"liCl.liDl,XMONlH V n ,I ' ' , 1 . A A. asehall dict over the hosts in the local Southern Association park. Next day, the Kentucky visitors made it two in a row over the Vols by the top-heavy score ol' I9-5. Tognocchi's masterful hurling and his mates' steady bombardment of the Tennessee moundsmen enabled the 'Cat nine to win with apparent ease. The Kentucky right hander allowed only fl safcties in racking up the triumph. Sweet revenge was achieved by once-beaten Xavier as ice. Veteran liddie Fritz will undoubtedly be the maskman again this year. joe Shepherd will be avail- able for shortstop duties again. llilly Black, consistent hitter, will be back in the outer garden. Noland Na- varre, probably the best defensive membet' ol' the team, will abandon his outlield post to tend the "hot corner" this year. Lincoln Ellington, another outfielder of last year, will try to make the switch from the Outer pasture to the pitchers box. lVlartin and Cardwell EM Murr W1 moucausv LINCOLN Eu .lxcrrox Junior Junior Outhelrler Oulheldert they atoncd for their earlier setback by shutting out the YVildcats, -l-0 in the season finale. Rosy indeed are the prospects for l9fl1. Since only Tognocchi, who is now in the New York Giant farm system, and Wilce Carnes, were lost by graduationg and Ted Meyer and Stafford Kelley, utility players last year, have left schoolg Coach Moseley and l1is charges are anticipating a very successful season. Experience is plentiful on this year's prospective roster. Carl Staker and Al Rathburn are expected to do most of the mound work for the Mfildcats. Staker, speed ball artist, saw much service last year, as did Rathburn, who has a wicked assortment of curves, in addition to considerable speed. Bill McCubbin, lone southpaw on the squad, is expected to see much serv- 204 C.uu, S'rAlcl11lt NOLAND NAV1XRI!IC junior Senior Pitcher - Oulhelder last year's lirst basemen, will have their hands full trying to keep lanky Milt Ticco from gaining the starting berth. Besides Ticco, several other 'new men are expected to bolster the team's chances in a tough 17 game schedule, which includes an even dozen Southeastern Conference skirmishes. Bob Herbert is to help the overworked Fritz in the backstopping department. Noah Mullins will make a strong bid for an outfield berth. Cutchin, shortstop, adds strength to the infield. The spectacular slugging olf Fritz and Black, coupled with the excellent mound work ol' Tognocchi, was the highlight ol' -the season. Fritz is the only college player to ever knock a ball out of the Knoxville Southern Association ball park. 1 4 w t if lh' B. F. lWEl.'I'0N "Well, we did just about as usual," said Coach Joe Rupert, in discussing the record of three wins and two losses his thinlies marked up on the Cinder paths last year. One olf these two losses was a lorleit to Vanderbilt because ol the unfavorable weather conditions on the day of the scheduled Wildcat-Vandy meet. Inspiring indeed was the season inaugural on Stoll Field as the University cinder artists smothered Han- over under an avalanche ol points, 90-45. The ont- standing work ol' Hardin, Mullins, Scholtz, and Mont- gomet'y enabled the Rupert outht to achieve sttch a landslide. Hardin and Mullins had the singular dis- tinction of finishing one-two in all the sprints. Schultz dominated the hurdling events while Montgomery was outstanding in the two-mile. Alter the ill-lated Vandy al'l'air came the joust with Tennessee. Rupert's charges sullered an awful let- down after their wonderful showing against Hanover and were snowed under by a barrage olf Volunteer points, 90W-26W. Captain Patti Durhin's forced ah- tli.-xl-l'.-xlN l'.ttn. llllIlIllN rack RELAY TEAM: Haskell, Mullins, Henning, Lee sence from the fray might have lowered Kentucky's chances somewhat. Montgomery was top scorer for the hltte and white clad lads with 6 points. In their next appearance the Wildcats atoned some- what for their dismal showing against. tl1e Volunteers hy drubhing the Bearcats from the University ol' Cin- cinnati 79-5l. Henning and Mullins, who garnered I0 and 9 points respectively, captured scoring honors for the victors. Mullins teamed with Hardin to gain a monopoly on the spriuts, and Montgomery, the two- miler, aided the cause in his department. The Mountaineers of W'est Virginia treked wearily hack to Morgantown alter receiving a 66-51 shellacking at the hands of the Kentuckians. Noah Mullins, heralded in pigskin articles for his I'leet-footedness. verilied those claims hy nahhing Grst places in both 205 olllerwise llI'lglll rlzly for the victors. seconds lor lhe lllll rurcl clzish. who hore Kenluc'l4y's hlue :incl while in the South- calslern Conlerencte Tourney nl llirniiuglizun, Allllllllllil. Nlullins plueefl highest ol' the lrio hy running lhircl in Ihe lll0-r:u'1l clash. Henning run sixlh in the lnilc. while Montgomery wus loreeml lo he content wilh lourlh plzuze in lhe Iwo lnile 2llll'1ll'llUll. goniery, who will czlplalill this ye:lr's squzul, Rohcrt l'ilSlllllll'li, Aclclison Lee, -lznnes llurclin. Noah Mullins, llnhhy Scholll, .luck Henning, l':lul Haskell, .john Dunn, 'foe llunnnoncl. Lzlwrcncte Spears, Dave Zoeller, l'0lllCSlS lo l'1llJllll'C lllC yClll'lS SC'Ul'lllg' ll0ll0l'S. Mfllll- R010 0716 Durbin Tuylor Mullins Hnskcll Hammond Henning Lee Conch Rum-rt. Row two Montgomery Z0cl10l' Spears Burton I-Inrdln Tucker the 220 :intl lllll yurrl ll1lSllCS. 'l'his resulleml in his gUIllCl'y has lhe lIlCl'll0l'l0lIS clislinclion ol' planing in In-ing the iulliriclunl slnr wilh I0 points. 'l'he loss ol' every Soulheznslern Cfonlerencic ineel he has enlereil. fiilllllllll llurhin, llowerer, lor the l'ClllillINlCl' ol' the 'l'he lilll wxplnin losl only one r:u'c :lll lzlsl year. An- seaison wilh :x spike wznuul rereireml while running other highlighl ol' lhe season was the llccl-loolecl :u.g:linsl Iwo Wesl Virgininns, rust in rlouml upon the Mullins' len ol Cllllllllllg lhe Stoll lfielcl record ol' 9.6 hllllllgfllllifly, llenniug, llllil Mullins were the lanls Lellerlncn were Clzlplnin Paul llurhin, john Mont' :nfl Clark Wood. .john Montgomery gznrnerecl Elll points in the four livklox ,xxn Nl0YIKLOAl 4 Hunan- 'l'he color rushes to his cheeks and his eyes sparkle gleefully when Coach Rupert discusses next year's chances. "We should he very good," declares joe, "lor we will have every one hack except Durhin, Ham- mond, Scholtz, and Henning. And we play practically the same schedule, with only West Virginia being dropped, and probably Missouri State 'l'eac'her's Col- lege heing added." He also looks forward to help from some ol' last. year's l'reshmen. 'l'hese are Carl Althaus in the hurdles, Boh Mongomery and -lack Farris, quarter-milers, Clyde johnson, shot put, Colvin, weights, Ifrank Farmer and liugene Konsler in the 880. and james Corbin, miler. Returning alter a lay-oll' due to injuries will he ex-lettermen Bernard johnson, quarter-miler, and james Powers. an 880 artist. Track 'l'he l'rosh cinder-aspirants did not have any sched- Davis, Frank Farmer, jack Farris. li. W. Nutter. Marion uled tneet last year, hut a certain standard exists where- Roberts. and C. 'l'. Thompson. Several ol' these hoys mented to 'oin the ranks ol' the varsity this year l tribute to one ol' the greatest seasons in Wild- hl' they may earn numerals hy making certain times are ex' " ly and marks. The numeral witmers were Robert Mont- :mt con ' - D gomery. W. J. Carroll, J. li. Corhin. R. H. Colvin, R. li. cat track history. l 207 Row one Rose Nutter Carroll Corbin Konselor Farmer Row two Savage Colvin Althaus Dillard Thomas Coach Myers :gg nni Br IS. I". AlI'1I.'l0N 1 Row one Dunlap Seelbnch Lewis Row two Manager Lowrey Hedges Boland Boone Huber Conch Downing etl Olll ol' the tlolclrtuns to nose out the Volun- hlltlpll ll:nn zeretl ln' llltIlClllClll we'tther tluriu I' the Jre- .. . . . . I . . ' , I I ,il I l"l l teers ol lenuessee. live nnttehes to tour. on their hotne season trzuutn 1' xerioc, :unc will on ' two CtlCl'tllCtl. , , , . t . . . ' . l' l l . Lotuts. lwo tlnys luter. the Ltlts ulmzlntlonecl their Luptzun lltlclclv lloone :intl l.ee Huber, returning, the I '. . . . . f mel position in the win column luv stwettnmlntig to outlook lor the ensuint-' season clitln't shit we u 1 so well .. - . . , . , . ,, U l l the Rillllllllll lVreel4 lrotn K-eorgtzt leeh. 7-2. for the Avlltlliill rattttpteteers. However, the Completion ol' the Cilllllllllgll, which llllll'l4Ctl the twentieth yezu' untler the tutelage ol' lloncli ll. ll. Downing. iucliezltetl his pupils to he victorious in six tilts. while etnergiug seroutl-lmest in :tn equal utunher. 'l'he :ulherents ol' Downing' openetl their Northern trek :tt tloltunhus, Ohio, April IR, where Ohio Stztte netters :nltniuisteretl xt ti-2 lzuiing to the visitors I'roin the llluegrnss. 'l'he gaunes were pluyetl on :tsphult courts in wenther more :appropriate l'or lootlmztll thztu tennis. Moving ou to Detroit, on April Ill, the University squutl inet Wztyne University, :again on :tsphult courts. :intl the classy 'l':trtaus swept every inztteh to win 9-0. Still in the Wolverine Stole. the fortunes ol' the University of-1 us retnztinetl tuielmngecl, :ls they clu- plictzttetl tlu viator City Ltppezlrunee hy losing to Nliehigatu Stztte. fl-0, April 20. in liztst Lansing. lnto the lnthitnt ol' the Irish :lt South licutl. April 22, went the Wilclcztts next, only to clrop :tn 8-l deci- sion to their hosts. 'I'he gtnnes were plztyetl on con- crete courts iu nearly freezing WC2llllCl'. W 'Returning to "rlez1h 'ol K:1iutuc'ky" uucl their lxelovetl lilttegmss. April 25. the Downing tutorecl aggregation 1 l 208 fiAI"l'AIN Boom: uni Three straight wins were now recorded to the credit of the courageous 'Cats. On April 29, on their home courts, they dispelled any thoughts of Kentucky hos- pitality that the visiting Indiana University raquet- wielders might have had, and handed the Hoosiers a 5-4 setback. Then, after a week's absence from the courts, the Wildcats completely outclassed Berea's Mountaineers on the latter's courts, to cop the tilt 9-0. At Knoxville two days later, the University forces handed their second defeat of the year to Tennessee by identically the same score, 5--I. Coach Downing and his team returned to Lexington to complete the season in a pleasing fashion, by annex- ing two victories and dropping one decision. The Bearcats from the University of Cincinnati somewhat dimmed the return of the 'Cat netters by taking an 8-l verdict. But Generalissimo Downing uncovered FRESHMAN The tennis yearlings did 1101 enjoy as successful a season as their "big brttvvers", winning only one match Otll of four. The lone victory came at the ex- pense of Kentucky Military Institute by a fl-3 tally. On the debit side of the ledger are listed two defeats by Pikeville Junior College and one by St. Xavier High School of Louisville. One of the Pikeville games was the only one played away from home. lronically enough, the Pikeville tennis squad barely nosed out the University first year men by identical Scores on each occasion, 4-3. The Tigers of St. Xavier Copped a 5-2 decision. a neat bag of tricks and his proteges licked the Hill- toppers from Western 7-2. May lfi, and gained some measure of revenge on the Wolverine State by trounc- ing the University of Detroit. 7-0. Captain Boone, Huber, and Sonny Boland added ad- ditional laurels to the already studded University tennis annals, although they didn't win championships, by making creditable showing in the Southeastern Con- ference tourney at Sewanee. Huber advanced to the second round before losing to joe Davis of Vanderbilt. who later won the singles chatnpionship. Captain Boone reached the third round before being nosed out by Georgia Tech's Russell Bobbitt, former South- eastern singles champion. Boland was ousted in the first round by Beard of Mississippi State. ln doubles Huber and Boone were eliminated in the second round by Kirkland and Ayers of Louisiana State. TENNIS Despite the mediocre season which for one thing might be attributed to never having full strength at gatne time, several of the frosh netters displayed ability which indicated a future career on the varsity. Es- pecially pleasing was the performance of Omar Ratliff. Besides Ratlilf, Guy Cunningham. Billy Richardson, Marshall Smith, Taylor, Edwards, and XVilson earned numerals. The veteran coach is looking forward to a bumper crop of good tennis minded freslnnen this year, chief of whom will be Foster Kaiser, St. Xavier racquet' luminary, who holds several Slate prep championships " s Q- '::tr'-s.-ua":u-4ra-f-f--z---'-1xv:xzrx-- -'f-'-:vw-2.--: '10-vw f-n-w-r-:--------------- -- -------M'--ver - - w.--mw-f1nw1.-.- l Richardson Cunningham Ratlifl Smith Miller ,.z,.,p.+tZAr'5t31z?tusJ I-vlnwfwxaw .1 1 Golf ily ll. l-'. lWl'll.'l'0N 'l'he lllfltl golfing quartet ol' Coach "Daddy" lloles eoinpiled the lllflsl impressive reeord ol' recent years in that sport hy tallying' five victories in a tough sev- en gxnne schedule. Only the University ol' Cincinnati was ahle to oh- lain :l hair-ln'eadth QW-HW decision against, the 'Cat linksters. A Sl to El deadlock with Michigan 'l'eaeh- ers in the season inaugural accounted for the seventh lllillflli alter the lvliehigztn encounter eatne a inateh with the lingineers ol' Georgia 'l'er2h. 'l'he golfers lroln 'l'ec'h were subdued ll-7. 'l'he Beartzzus from the University ol' Cincinnati now put the al'ore-mentioned hletnish on the Wildcat link record. llut, hot as a hlust lroin the torrid lone, the Kentuekians swamped the Volunteer gollers from Tennessee to win Hin to IW. 'Peeing oll' next, against. the Czirdinals ol' the University ol' Louisville, the Wildcats duplicated their Vol victory hy the sznne score. 'l'he Voltnneers once more allronted the seemingly invineihle 'Cat squad and again turned their faces hoineward, stinging' from a l-lvl shellatzking. Vander- hilt's Coininodores provided the finale for the Univer- sity linlc artists in regular season play, and bowed in defeat ll-7. On the greens at Louisville, the boys from the Blue- grass nahhed the state links erown in an asloundingly easy rnanner over the two other eonnpelitors, the Uni- versity ol' Louisville and Western. Not only did they stressed the ll, Ii. superiority hy tying l'or second plnee l flAI"I'AlN fiIlANVIl,l,l4l Clrfuuc emerge as ClllIllllll0llS from the l't'ac':1s, hut, the Uni versity quartet, Clark, Allen, Ramsey, and Ferris als aeed within the lirst six. Ramsey and Allen lurthet I l t Conch Boles Ramsey Ferris Allen Clark l t Row one Stephenson Riddell Stoll Jones Curtis R010 two Hillenmeyer Johnson Etzscorn Harris deRoode Swimmin Bv B. F. M1CL'l'ON From a standpoint of meets won and lost, the 1941 'Catfish didn't make sports history nor create unusual stir, as Coach jimmy Shropshire's mermen lost five meets while winning three for the worst. season in U. K.'s swimming history. BUT . . . the opposition faced was decidedly stronger and better times were posted in all events which makes the losses seem less significant, add this to the fact ol? the 'Cats not having a home pool, and you wonder how they have gone through undefeat- ed seasons and have done as well as they did this year. M.urray's 'Vhoronghhreds didn't like the water so well, as the 'Cats hested the Racehorses 48-24 in the season opener at Murray. On a three-game invasion off the South, Captain Gene Riddell and his mates didn't fare so well, dropping two meets and winning one. Their first stop was at Knoxville where the Vols posted a 54-21 victory. Next day the Wildcat tankers regained a position in the win column hy thumping 'l'usculum, 44-3-f. A 43-32 de- feat hy Georgia Tech in the l'2ngineer's pool ended the Southern trek for the U. K. "l-I2O'ers." In their so-called "home" pool at Eastern, the 'Cat- fish were "ducked 58-l7 hy Michigan Slate's potent. tankers. Berea's Mountaineers had the misfortune of meeting the Wildcats while they were still embittered over the Michigan State affair ami were heaten 45-29. A two foray into tl1e North for the season's finales failed to up the 'Catfish rating as Depauw trimmed them 49-26 and Loyola of Chicago outsplashed them 47-29 on successive days. Individual stardom and points aplenty for him was the record otf Letelle Stephenson 'Cat diver, who won every diving contest he entered the entire sason. He and Houston Curtis, another diver, represented U. K. in the Southeastern Conference swimming tourney held in the Georgia 'l'ech swimming emporium. Stephen- son got a first in three meter and second in the one meter and Curtis was third in the one meter and second in the three InCl.Cl' diving contests. Captain Riddell, breast-stroker in the 200 yard event, Henry Hillenmeyer, freestyler in 50 and 100 yard dashes, Stephenson, and Curtis were the letter earners. All ol' these hut I-Iillenmeyer will he lost to next year's team. However, Frank litseorn ami Junie Jones, dash men, Dick Stoll, haekstroker, and Ben johnson, distance swimmer, all of whom saw considerahle service this year. will he available for duly next year. From the freshman squad, Coach Shropshire is counting on Swartz, Keplar, Wright, Don Hillemneyer, Gregory, and Padawer to heighten the chances of the 'Catfish next year. BY B. 'l'he lifth anniversary of fencing on the U. K. campus saw the feneers, piloted hy Dr. Scott Breckinritlge, complete the season with a not-so-impressive record of two wins and five reverses. Graduation last year cut deep in the ranks of the "thrnsters" and Dr. Breckinridge found himself faced with the task ol' tnolding another capahle teatn to repre- sent Kentucky in this ancient, 1ll'l. Six of last year's regulars were lost. via the graduation route, leaving the squad somewhat depleted. A very ptllettl array of opponents was faced this year, which tnakes the record shape up a little hetter. Ohio State's Buckeyes didn't allow their Bluegrass visitors to launch the season very enconragingly, as they hested the Kentuckians. ll-li. in the Ohio capital. Still in the Bttckeye state, the fortunes of the 'Cats didn't take the expected tttrn for the hetter: and the llniversity ol' Cincinnati outscored them hy the same margin. Vandy's Commodores slapped the third straight de- feat on the Wildcats in the winner's hahitat. Delving deeper into the South, Dr. Breckinridge's lads were vanquished ltl-6 at Atlanta hy Georgia 'l'ech's determined fencers. Departing from the region of "Cone With The Wind" fame, the victory-starved Kcntuekians found 212 F.M Row 07l6 Bailey Brecklm' Swift J. Jones Pudding idge Row two Desy Hubbard A. Jones Holland Beasley Nelson Carson in ELTON no solace in Charleston, West Virginia, where the local Fencers Clluh. a very potent aggregation, trimmed thctn, 13-fl. The road-weary Wildcats celehrated their return home hy racking up two straight triumphs. 'l'he Uni- versity ol' CIincinnati's Bearcats and Georgia 'l'ceh's lingineers experienced unpleasant surprises when they came to l.exington expecting to duplicate their early season superiority over their hosts. Cincy's squad was repulsed QW-UQ. and the Ramhlin' Wreck fell ll-ti. Thus the regular season closed gloriously even though it didn't open so meteorieally. I'ost season activities of tne sword-weilders included an entry in the national inter-collegiate fencing tout'- natnent at Columhus. Ohio, participated in hy tnany teatns, including the crack liastern college squads, and the South Atlantic Conference tourney at. Williams- hurg, Virginia. lfoilmen johnny jones, Virgil Beasley, Al jones, and john Carson earned letters as did saher weilders Cliff Bailey and Karl Holland. Only Holland and jones will he availahle for next year hut plenty of good replacements are in prospect. Ben lluhank looms as No. l foil man while tnuch help is anticipated frotn Pudding, Pluhhard, Swift, and l'rewitt. l l 4 l g l"m1n1l1'1l ul llm lf'l1l'1u'r.vily nf' lfwllllrrlcy in NTS l'llRl'OSli .lllc llllllbilhlf ol lln lx Cllnll I5 to llltltllht ilu. IlllCl'l'Sl Ill 'lllllt'lli'S on thc cznnpns :Incl lo lUSlCl'gl'CZllCl'll'lClNlSlllPZllllllllglllC1lllllClCSlX'll0lD1ll'lll'llXllClll llnr lllllilll' sports :ll lllc llnixcrsily. l".XCIlll,'l'Y ADVISICRS l'1l'1lllli Mosclcy H. ll. Downing MICMISICRS IN l",KCIl7l.'l'Y llill Mcfinlnlmin -loc Sllcpllcrml Ol-'l-'lK1IiRS ll ,nun C. ll:-ix ll.-XM lznwlx Qlmzons . j,-xmrzs ll,nnnN Rmslslu' l'.n l'.l'lll2ll ,lllcn Aloe llzlilcy Holm l'11'm'Ic'l' Illll Illalrk Hill Iloslon Dura- Ilrown il. il. iizmlwcll Clzlrl Clonllms ll:n'l'vlJcnl1:lnl 1 llolnn llnnn l':nll llnrlnn 'Illllll liihncr l.in1toln lillinglon licilll Ifzxrnslcy lSoI1l"islllmc'k liclmlic lfrilz .loc l'llllllIll0llll .lim Hzlrrlin Row one Montgomery B, Johnson Hulcttc Ishmael King Denham Jacobs Scott Allen Durbin Row two Woods Willoughby Mullins Mastorson Ellington Cnrdwcll Tognocchl Combs Rom three Zoollor Fnrnslcy Stxtkcr Black Brown Boston Bailey Martin Row four McCubbln Herbert Spears Johnson , Parr Bcclcr ' . . 1'l'lf.YfIll'llf . I'il'l"ljV1'.Xl'III'lll rain ry- 'l'rr'u.x'11 rm' .M I-.R Srr'gwr1r:l-:ll-. I rum M ICM ISICRS l':lnl llalskcll llolv Ilcrlmcrl l.1'c llnlmcr S1IIllHllll'lll' fflliIl'l1'SISlllllil4'l l'llllYllI'll VISIVUIIS f:l,llC.I0llllSKlll llvrnznxl .johnson C1lr:n'lcsjol1cx .lim King' ,Mlclison l.cc Roger Lyons llill Mczilnlrlmin fllmrlcs Marlin 'lim Nl2llllCWS0ll .l0llll NIUIIIQUIIICVY Nllllll Nlnllins Nolznul Nznzxrrc Il1llll'1Illll1'l4 .Xlnn I':n'r llznncs l'om'rs .loc Rnino .lllzln Rillllllllll Wnllvr Rvirl Kilwslcr Rzwllcllln- l'l1iI Stoll l.:1rrySpc-:Irs Curl Slnkcr Ccorgc 'l'ognou'I1i Wnllcr While flll2ll'll'S XYillixnns linnncll Willonglmln Clark Wood l'clc Yircs llurc Zovllvr 1 , ' . ww.. 74 J f fu.. - .. A .-.3 .. A ,,.,,M,,1-- agijlenis Athletic Association Orgfmizzfrl on llzrf llrliwfrziily !'lllILiHIf.'x' in l922 PURPOSE The purpose of the Women's Al,hlcLie Association is to ereulc 21 growing inLercslL in sports :npd lo provide recreation for women on the campus. SPONSOR Margaret Warren FACUI,'l'Y ADVISICRS Mary King Kouns Surah Blunding Alberta Server Surah Holn' OFFICERS Lum BIQLLI-1 Howl-1 . . . . . . President Dokls RIQIIZIIIQNIS.-KCI! Vive-l'r1'si1lc11L ANNr1'r'r1-1 Cuourzn . ,. , i.l,fnn's lxll.l','x'l'lu4:li Doris Reiclienlmclx, I-Iurlcry Doris Settle. I'IoL'l:r'y, Vnllcylmll liloise Rochester, linslurllmll Mulmel Warneckc, lmslcnllmll Ann Hz1tler,,lrr.'l11:ry, Riflery CZOUNCZII, MIilMI'ilCRS lcnnic SlliiiY2lIl, ,'Ir1'ln'rvv Rilu Sue 1,uslie,.SofIlmll Agnes Slllilil,1iifUll.Lf Wilma S2lilI10l1.I1fftfl1g . .S'1f1:r'ulrn'y 'I'r1'1r.v11rf:r l"r:nu'es Sm:ln'Cc:k,l Iimuliug -lean liwers, 'l'r'uuis Jennie Puckett, Szvimming I-Lslher Brcedcn, Golf Mary Hayworth, Rillcry lb! Row 0116 Laslie Ewers Howe Kirkpatrick Relchenbach Row two Breeden Williams Hatter Settle Rochester Warnecke Row three Crouch Paul Sc-hreck Smith Sullivan Salmon K i 1 1 Q Row one DiG1ncomo Snlc Brown Hendricks Now two R1chn.rd Hull Brnckctt Hicks Gmvvttc Pnync Row three Roberts McKcch11n Bullard Adams , '. ith Estlll od rn ance Club 17'upr Clmrlottc Sale: lliultum. Icll riyhlb June Richard. Loc Ovcrstr Mario Bmckctt, Charlotte Snlc to ect. I'f.vlal1li.vlu'rl Ull l'flllll7ll.Y in NHS PURPOSIE lhc pnrpusc oi llic Modern Duiirc Club is lo prmidi I incains for expression ul' inner cinolinns lhrough Filyli lnnlily nmvcincnl :incl lo inrtlicr alpprccialimi ol' lhc dumx l4'ACUl.'l'Y ADVISICR Maury King Konus nlilflilll Adznns Bcrnanlinc Anlick Glenna: Bzliluril Nillfil' Bl':lc'kcll NI:n'g:n'cl Brmvn jolly Iliflizmnno Sami Rcvcl lislill Milrlrccl Grzivcllc MXIQMIHCRS Lois Hall Virginia Hcmlrirks I cxhzi Hicks 'l'rilIn' Nlclicchzm Mary Pziync -lane Ric'h:n'il Mary Luc Rohcrls Chnrlollc Snlc lilhcl Smith 5 NIICMORIAI. HALL R953 E.. ','. Mg: 4 'I Orclwsl Frwl xl. l,m11pm , 'xfly Synlplmny l'mffrss0r , ' of Ilia llnimn Div'm'I ru ,VU and xii Ibtttttiutott l'It1RS0NNl'1l,DIRIVII t 4 V, tw,tfgttttt.3,tN Ptcttttv Atmtwts , . V . . . . . . . lhc l,'lllVCl'SIly ul Ktrtttttfky liztttcl, ctmttpttsccl ol tttttcty-two slctllcrtl tttttst- firtttw, has c:ztt't'ic-cl its ttzttttcr cvcrn higher this ytrztt' uttclct' llirctrtm' Cltztrlcs V. Mztgttrtrzttt. 'lltc hzttttl hzts plztytrtl lot' :tll ltutttc: hstskcthztll gzttttcs tlttrittg thc: IJLISI yvztt' :mtl ztt't'tttttpztttit'tl tht' tt-ztttt to lmtttisvillt' lot' tht' SttttIltt':tsIt't'tt ciOlll.l'l'l'llI'l' 'I'ttttt- lllllltvlll. ltt zttltltttutt, tt hats pmvtclt-tl tttttstt' lot' tht- In-It ltlt't'llllg'S :tml ttttlttztty ptttuttlm. It hats IN'l'liUl'llIC,'1l1ll :tll tht: ltrtttttr ltmthttll gztttttrs. itttlttclittg tht' 12t'ot'gi:t 'I't't'It gzttttt: :tt l,ottist'illc-. zttttl tttzttlc' Iwo trips with tht- lkttttlmztll lvztttt, om' to Cjittcittttztti zttttl ottc to Kttoxvilltr lot' 'l'lt:tttksgivittg clzty gzttttc- with thc: Uttivtrtv aity ol 'l'c'tttt4rsst:t:. ll. H. Sttllitzttt, who was clrttttt tttztliot' clttrittg tht: lirst SClllC'SlCl', zttttl l'ct't'y Aclztttts, Ittrtxttttttt-I ttllicttt, wcrtf itt ctltztrgc ol' thc hztttcl :tllztirs :tml Wcrrc vtthtzthlc itt ztssistittg Ilituztttt' Mztgttrcrzttt. 'lillff hztttcl Ijotttttcyczcl to thc llcrhy :tgztitt lst,-i 'prittg on thc ittvit.ztt.iott ol' thu trztrk ollifiztls zttttl ltottt all ztppc2tt'ztttc'c:s will tttztltc it. :tn ztttttttztl ztll':tit'. Miss Mztttigcrttt' l':tlt'ttut't: 'wats sprntsot' :tml grvzttly ztcltlctl to thc 1tppc:tt'ztttc'tf Ulf thc hztttcl hy htel" grzttttz ztttcl tthztrttt. 4 - 4- ".91r't:"' -. 1... 'A' Y 1 213. fip, , -.QPi7,.A-Mtau P e gr s 0 ll ll 15 I SPONSOR lJRllNl NIA-l0R Mzllligchc l'ulmm'c Ilcn Hullivzm PICRSON NICI. M.'XN.iXUl'1ll l'cri'y .-Xmlnms iIORNl'1'l'S llimi lurk llmmam' plum Hlll'l'llS: Nlclloy Cralipf llnh l"lll'l'lSS:' llonallml l.:lil:' llcorgc l.:mgsl:xl'l' R. 'l'. Kirk Orvilll' 'l'l'uspm-1' lNl1-Ix'inS:nnius iilmrlvs llairlwr Ibziviml Svigvl ,Xl'llllll' Murriss Ililllllli lraulm-1' Nm' Intrl Mirllvls V.l..K1In'lsllam Cilcml lxllllllllfy llirzim -lulmson NuiI'5::l?,i',i1:C'l llkum Mxllou ll:-:N Slll.l,lY.XN Axim lhxn Si-oxsma M.x'i'l'n:i-.xii xi xii IIORNS ll. ll. l'cmlIcloi1 fi.p1llll Nollv Ruhcrl llmdcn Rohcrl llryzm ll.-XSSICS lu. CZ. .'XllllllCl'lll1lll' Ucoiqgc Rulhl' Ynlu-ll Aslnrml Troy Strung Curl l'lcmlc'rsmx Alautnlm Umlhcll' .loc Roysclon -lnincs lfluycl Il.-XRl'l'0'l'liS .lou l.m'clI' .lnnics ilnrlminu 'l'om lii'vgury Roh iiumlill loc l'm1l:u1:i llyrml llnrli OBOIC llcn Dy cr lTl,.'XRlNI'1l'S Allmcrl l52llllWlIl' Ruhcrl -loin-sf fivrnlml Cumlilli' l.vRoy lluglwsi' llill l.vM:lslm'rs Dick Sliulmcrl l1'r:u1k Shy llill Swcglcs 'luck Clll'Wlllllg Rohcrl lloggs Cllmrlcs Schnsl inn .M'll11u' llc-rmzm llzuncs Slicklch l':1ul Rogers .lou 'l'win:1m l'1IlllllS llmislon lJ:u'icl0l4lnsl1i l3Rl'NlS Blliilllll XVllill' Murslmll Smilhf llmiallal Clzlllmvzly XYIICCILTI' Ilmmc Dirk Scrmmgi Alulius livalhs KCIIIICIII llcrolil 'lauiws Ncill .-Xllic Pccll .IZIIIIUS Smilh john xVlSlll'l' llmu' Cox Xl.'l'0 CZIARINI-. Nlillmi l,cu'is S.-XXOPIIONICS Ralph licmp' Russcl llmwx .Xllmvrl Smith 'l'vcl Rlllllllll'l'l' lfl. R. Whitm- Willizlm Yuung Gnrlzlml l'r:1lcr ll.-XSSOON l.vl:lhml Smilh 'L 'VROMISONICS Nlllfk Com'l11':1m-' .luck Murrissg Ciulbi' Slllllll'l4lll1lll:' .llllll,llYl1lSUll NUl'lll2lll Wzulc Sann Cola' l':lul fi1lWll Russm-ll 'l'r:u'is .xflllllli Mc'l"zn'l:iml l-Ilhcrl l'mx'cll Billy I':llluli .Xhhol Klull ll1lRcx llnllmnzm ' Section Hoxxd 2 Sorgvnnt 2' Corpornl In 219 oncert and 'l'he Concert lland consists ol' approximately sixty-live musicians selected lrom the University Band. 'l'his group plays the more dillicult music, presents two major concerts in Memorial I-lall, and makes many other appearances in nearby towns and schools each year. ln the spring, the bantl is host to all the high school bands that attend the State Music Contest here. 'l'he individ- ual members act as guides to the bands and the group acts as clinic band l'or the student conduc- tors' contest. C. V. Macular-1,xN, llirfwlotr CORNl'I'l'S jack 'l'hotnan liob lfarriss Doniphan Plurrus McCoy Craig Ceorge Langstrall' Donald I.ail Orville Trosper Charles Barker David Seigel janet Palmer joe Friedman 'l'ROMl5ON'liS Nlark Cochrane jack Nlorriss Col'er Sunderman jinl Davidson Russell Travis Xrthur Melfarland lilbert Powell Xl.'l'O CI,ARlNlC'I' Milton Lewis 220 ISARITONICS jot: Lovell james Corbin Bob Cundill' jolm llurkert, li,-XSSOON Leland Smith james Trice DRUMS Bunny Boone Buford Whitt Marshall Smith Allie Peed john Wlisner OHOIQS Hen Dyer Mary Robertson Perry Adams Ifl,UTliS Grace Oliver Harold Borden CI.ARlNlC'l'S Albert Baldwin llill l.elVlasters Robert jones Cerald Cundifl' l.eRoy Httghes Frank Shy llill Swegles jack Chctrning Charles Sebastian .Xrtlntr Herman jack Stickleu Paul Rogers lilmus Houston David Oltlashi jim Williams Wlayne 'McConnell ISASSICS li. C. ,-Xmmermau George Roth Valich Asbed Carl l-lenderson jacob Godllell' joe Roysdon BASS CI.ARlNl'2'I' Robert Walker HORNS C. Pattl Nolte Dotti Brock Norbert Nlichels S.-XXOPHONIQS Ralph Kemp Russel jones Albert Smith Xvlllllllll Young Carland Prater CIZLI ,O Byron Bach MANACICR Perry Adams LIISRARIAN james Smith horister I' l l R POS li The University Choristers is an organization ol' the the VV0lllCll'S Glee Club which provides extra training and DI Rl'ZC'l'OR Mildred S. Lewis ORCANIST Donald Alllou M IQMBERS Harriet Abrabatn Attila Roos Adaline Boots Betty Rose lfloris -I. Clbzunbers Lillian 'Fate Anne Cowgill Mary Duncan Mary Virginia lfulebet l,uc'ille Haney .lane Humphreys Billie Raymond Annie Laurie Riley Mary Core Rodes Front. middle Donald Allton Front, left Mary Knapp Alltzon Front, right Mildred Lewis Row one Abraham Rose Fulchex' Roos Duncan Haney Tate McConnell Rodes Chambers Riley Valleau Humphreys Raymond Boots Cowglll R010 two Farris Galloway Scott Kohler Bailey Wallingford Craig Adams Greathouse Robinson Baker Borden Hardesty Rabin Moore Marian Valleau Leonard Allen Donald Allton Clifford Bailey jack llatker Robert Borden McCoy Craig members of the Meu's Glee Club and credit in the Iield ol' music and singing. lean Marie McConnell llob Farris Donald Galloway Leonatrd Creatbouse Robert Hardesty Lowery Kohler Henry Moore Marvin Rabin Clayton Robinson Robert Scott jack Taylor Harry YValliugl'ord 0men9s Glee lub PURPOSE 'l'l1e Wolnen's Glee Club is a musical activity as a means ol' sell'-expression lor some and laboratory ol' musical training lor others. lJlRl'lC'l'OR ACCOMl'ANlS'l.' , Mildred S. Lewis Adele South GCIISCIIICV MEMBERS Harriet Abraham Marguerite Ackerman Virginia Allen Frances Bach Adaline Boots Ann Bryant Anna Ruth Burton Anne Cowgill Patricia Drummond Mary Virginia Fulclicr Mary Garner Wilyah Graves May Frances Gulffey Kathleen Hagan Lucille Haney Helen I-Torlacher Anne Humphrey -lane Humphrey Emily johnson Louise Jones Mary Jeanne Lancaster Rita Sue Laslic Virginia Lipscomb jean Marie McConnell Trilby Mclieehau Janet Palmer Billie Raymond Helen Rigg Annie Laurie Riley Alice Robertson Mary Robertson Anita Roos Betty Rose Bertie Sexton Peggy Shumale june Gayle Smith Mary K. Snyder Betty South Anita Steele Jean Straight Lillian Tate joan Taylor Frances Terrell -loyec Thomzns Anita Ware Helen White Frances Whitfield l I l l 5' 'C 0 9 ' 1313 ll PURPOSE l 'l'hc purpose ol' thc Mcu's Glu: Clluh is to slinnulwlc- lllll'l'l'Sl in lhc hcsl nnlsu' :unoug llu- uncn slnclcnls ol lhc UlliVCl'SllYI lo pcl'l'ol'n1 thc hc-sl chorul works :ll the UIIIXKIHIH :nul slzllc' g lnnfhconsg lo proviclc :ln oppoilunily ol' lllllSil'ill cxprcssion lo :ull llllK'l'l'Sll'li nwn Nllllit'lllS lroni :ill colleges ol' the czuupnsz :uul lo rcprcscnl thc llnivcrsily :uul its music' in-pau-um-un llnoughoul thc slzuu lluoui, ' gli lhc llIl'1lllllll ol' l'0lll'Cl'l :1ppc:n'anu'L's. DlRlCC'l'0R Donald W. Alllon OFFICERS Molloy Clmlc: . , . . . l'rf'xirlrnI MARK fi0lZlIR.-XNIC . . . Vf!'I'-l,l'l'.VfKll'Ill llfxlclu' W.'xi,l,lNf:lfolum . Sn-rvlnViv-'l'rm.nm'r llox,n.n fLx1.l.owxx' . . . , I.ilnvrriun lim-onaml Allcn l'1rncsl,Aslnu'sI, l'crl'y .Mlxuns -Iilll Ahcll llvi1l1is,fXyl'c's llunlcr llcll jzunus llouliclcl Rohcrl liorclcn Charles llurlon .lurk llulacr Louis ll:u'kcr .Mulrcw llroaulclus -lunurs Ciorhin nfl'fi0yf1l'1liQ' Ucorgu Cnnninghzun Mnrk CUl'lll'IlllC Willizun Culvcrl Billy Daniels Ccorgc Ducllcy M ICMISICRS john ljllllfllll llcn llycr Rohcrl l":n'riss joseph lfrccr lh':ulI'orcl Gnrrison Millorcl Garrison llonulcl N. Cullowuy Kiln-slcr Gicrl:u'l1 .lol1nCr:ly Chnrllon Gooclykoonll Clyclc Gilliaun lic-nnclli Ilurolcl i':lll0l'y I-lorn Rulph lic-:np Roy Kirk l,owc'ry liolllcr Louis Kopp lNlc:CIl1li'cKc'lly' Rohcrlson lizugin John Kcrr .l:uncs livnivpp Uuorgc IAIIIQSIZIH' Willizun l.vMuslcrs .loscph l.c'on:n'rl llzurolml l.illliSIIy -lanncs McM:lhuu Willizun Marlin IIIIIIICS Mzlxcmlon llou'1n'cl Mollicll .luck lX'lorriss limlu':n'l Milburn Sznnucl Rzlincy llolwrl Riu' Clluylon Rohinson liurl Rosa' Guorgc Rolh l'Irln':n'il Royslvr Rolwrl Sroll Guincs Schrcc ,. . xxIHlllll1Sl'i1lll'illl Sunlucl Sinionlon Williznn Silllillllllll .lzunvs Snowilvn Cllnrlcs Smith l'nul SIIVZIQC' UI hor Shzulwicli 'lurk 'llnlor luck lhoinun fii'Ul'Ql' 'I'ln'1'lkL'l1l Urvil lc 'l'rospi'r licilh Yin' 'lzunvs W:n'l'1'n .lily Wilson ll: rr ' xvllllilllwillill l F s- Slov Willcn Williiann Young' luox Yinnnilln Ill ,.....ao hi Mu lpha Ifotmzlzfrl nl llzrf New EIIQIIINIZ C0l1.r4'1'1mlm'y, Iloslon, Ma.rsar1zl1.s1:l1s in 1898 lislrtblislzefl on cmnjzus in 1922 PURPOSE It is the purpose of this fraternity to advance the cause ol music in America, to foster the mutual welfztre and brotherhood ol' students of music, to develop the truest frzlternity spirit among its members. and to encourage loyalty to the Alma Matter. FACULTY ADVISER Donald Allton MEM BERS IN FACULTY Curl Lzunpert AlexanderCttpurso , li. II. Asher John Richztrdson 0l"FlCl'lRS II.. MARK Coc:ukANtc . . . Prwsirlmtl JACK TIIUMAN . Vice-President IJUN.'XI.D C,'u.l.ow, Secrclary JUHN Kliikk . 'l'r1'as1u'1f1' M IEMBIERS Chester Gierlztch Clillord Anunermnn Stun Simonton Clayton Robinson Harold Borden Robert Borden Robert Farris .lack Morris Robert Miles PLEDCES Orville Trosper Ralph Kemp Perry Adams Albert Baldwin Albert Bauer Lowery Kohler Marvin Rubin ' Row cue Cochrane Ammerman Galloway Kerr Gierlach Thoman Row two Miles Morris Bauer Adams Simonton Row three Robinson Kemp Farris Simfonietta The University ol' Kentucky Simloniettzt was orgamizetl hy Dr. Alexatntler Cztpurso, executive clirector ol' the music department ol' the University, in the l':tll ol' l94I0. primarily to give the University music students :tn opportunity to perl'orm :mtl heztr the rlunnher works ol' the great masters which are orclintn'ily lltll presented hy the larger ntusicul organizations. 'l'he instru- mentulists selected to pztrtitripatte in this group ure the more :ulvnncecl musicriztns. With the ex- ception oi' Maury Rupp Allton. concert mistress, the personnel ol' the Simloniettzt is mattle up ol tlnclet'gt'ztclt1:tte :intl glillillllllf students ol' the University. Nlatry Rupp Allton lfirxi Violin l'1leztnorRuhin l"ir'.rl Violin Rosalie Herman lfirxl Violin Mzthel Gunnn .S'r'r'rni1l Violin R. Louise jones Svrrnul Violin llyron Bucli Cflln NVilli:tm Cross lfnss Viol CONDllCl'l'0R Alexzuuler Clupurso MICH BICRS Matryin Rnhin Viola l':tul Kintner Violrl .Xllretl Neumann Viola Perry Atlzuns Ohm' Mary Rohertson Olmf' Grace Oliver Iflulr' l-lttroltl Borden lflnli' janet Pztlmer I.iln'ru'1'al1 Williann l.ipst'omh tZlnrin1'l lirnest I,eMnsters tllnrinrl Dotti llrofk l"w'nrli Horn l':1ul Nolte l"rr'nrl1 Horn Sum Rainey 'l'rl1nijn'I -luck Thomann 'rl'llllIfI!'l Mztrshatll Smith l'r'rr'11.v.sirn1 R ,fi t t N r i L A n. 4 UIIHIIIII Ilorllzry l'Xl'lIIlllg'1'.X' illfnrlnrlliml will: Ilwnry I!nIu'rl.vm: ul lln' Slurlvnl Uniml llvs 1 t l I Raw one Row three Howard Lail Canary Nollnu Reid TTU-DP Chesnut Branson Roan Harris McGowan Webb Garred Pifky S. Jackson McInteer Edmonds Webb V McCauley Godman , Land - V 4 - l Row two Stolb . Mar n 3:52111 Matthews Bradford Garrison gggfeliett Row four Crawford Taber Mitchell Barnett B. Jackson Woodson Burton Smith Bronston McGuire Haynes Wilson Haley Prcwltzt Anderson Swope Adams Stofer Townsend lma agua Mater 1"onr11Ir'1l nl Iliff Ilili1f1'1'sily of Ix'eHlll1'lcy in l922 l'llRl'OSlC Alma Magna Mater is a cluh for the children ol' the former students ol' thc University. There are -I63 memhers who cooperate with the Alumni Association in carrying out its policies. llll.l.Y tlfxtziasox . . . . 1'1'r'.9i1Ient CllARl.l'IS llnarox lfi1'e-l'1'a.virlent -llll.lA llkrsox , . Smrrrflrtry lll':'l"i'Y Mrrczill-'l.l. 7'l'lfIl5lH'1f'I' MICMBIERS IN l'ICTllRli Ann I-latter Harriet Canary fi1ll'l'lCl,. Reid .lane Chestnut Ann Roan Douglas Mctlowan l,ida tiarred Susan jackson Sarah lidmonds Martha Mctiauley Kate Woods Betty Haley Sarah Anderson Martha l-layman Marion Bradford Marie llraekctt Dorothy Becler tiene Clrawlord lletty Mitchell Billy -jackson Charles llurton lltetty llronston Virginia Haynes Martha Adams Martha Townsend Donald Lail George Nollau Claude Trapp -lean Branson Lorraine Harris Marianne Wehh Kathryn Pirlay Sarah Mclntecr Allic Wchh Mamie Godman William Land Richard Stoll Del Martin W. I.. Matthews Mel Garrison jack "l'aher Eugene llarnctt Hylan Woodson Albert Smith Phil Metiuirc Jimmie Wilson 'Iell' I'rewitt Richards Swope Richard Stoler aptist Stud nt nion lfotlrrrlrwl ul lln' l!Ilf1'!'l'Xil,X' of Gmrgirt in IU22 l'IvlztIrli.vl1r'fl on Flllllllllh' in lflil l'liRl'0Sl'1 'l'itc purpose ol' tltc Baptist Sltttlvtlt linitmn is to laccp tilt' cullvgc Sllltit'lll in tiirvvt ttllllllt'l with thc :activities ot' thc citurclt. I".-XClil,'iiY .VXIIVISICR Dr. L. C.. Ross l'.'XS'l'OR .-XDVISICR Rcvcrcml W. W. Simttlcr OFIVICICRS !Xl.ut't'tt.t i'iI..XINIi Sntrltt . . . . . . I'rwxifIf-:rl Al.-mites H. l,t1l11 . . lfir-,tl l'iw'-I'rw.sirlt'nl ll,-ttus.xtz,x 'ltatw Wtcuitt . St'r'n'lnt',i' Attxotp Mt:R.'tt: . 'l'nn.v:m'a' iNll'1MIH",RS I':tulitu'K1:tsc lit-rttttrtl -lultttstnt It-I tvli Nuiisittgt-t' .latinas c,iUiiii'l' M:lt'g:tt't't .Kltltcllultttsutt lim I.ilIi:ttt Ilmvc Nlnrtlttt llatttcl Curtis 'liltutttpstm licttt lilcttn St-llt-rs Nell 'lf Dl'iliiC Ritz: SIIG l.:tslit- Mzirlhzt lilztint' Htnitit -loscphinc Grunt llttntcs H. l.cc Iittrimztrat -lczntt Wt-lrlt Roy H. Hllltl 'lttl1t'l.ot'klt:1t't ilciun Wotulrtttti ilctttt Ijttttkson .iXt'tmitI Mcllztt' xviiillll' Worlltittgtmt Row one Ross Smith Drake McRae Lee Welch Row two Lstslle Noffslnger Hunt M. Johnson Jackson Kent Row three B. Johnson Worthington Rowe Grant Woodrum Lockhart iness ducation lub Founded nl Ilia lliliwrsily of limllilrlcy in IOM PURPOSIC 'l'he:1ilns ol' this eluh ure three-I'oIcI: fly tn clevelnp :incl promote un interest in zuul truin- ing for the tezteller ol' cmntuerce in high schools :incl colleges: Q25 to provide opportunities lor sutziul tzontucts :uuong stuclents with u ctotnnmu huncl ol' interest: t3j to ettgatge in activities which will provide Ctrlllzlfl with teachers in serxicc :tml opportunities lot' personal :tntl professional clevelopntent which will he neetletl tiller grzttltuttion. . - I, ' l"ACllL'l'Y ADVISICR A. j. Lawrence M,liMlll'1RS IN 1"ACUL'l'Y H. 1'. Guy Leslie lletz OFFICICRS I!r:i.t-:N Gun' limczxnstixu Vuuztxrt Colm , lknm RM' i'll.l'1 Alhertu lluhuer Helen Cary lllzutklntru Nlury Lee llurnetle Viry.giniu llyrnsicle Kill ie Carpenter Virginia Cord IXTICMISICRH l'iiiL2liJL'lil Dennis M,:u'lhu llurhauu l'.ill2lilClil C-:trnetl Mary Haynes Carol Lztnclreth Sylviu Luther . . I'r1'xirlr'lll . l'i1'1'-I'1'1'xi1lr'lll l'l'flllil'-'lil'!'1l.X'lIl'l'7' llenrietl'a'l Mnnrt: Pnttie Alt:Curtn:u'k llurriet Oshurn lrtnu Ray l'ile Carolyn Louise Reitl Lucille Smoot Row one Guy Blackburn Balmer Cord Row two Dennis Garnett Reid Pile Burnctte Row three Byrnside Luther Haines Durham McCormack Landreth Slallrlillg nl Ilu' llrirmjrllum' Clwfl In righlb. rm' lirnm .lnur Iliwx, ll'illium tllf jiwlrl, tlllll'gIll'1'! Cllflfll, IMI: .llur.vlrrlll, mul lrlflr l'1'ir'rul11'u1l. 'l'lu' 1lir1'rlrn lx lf. li. .S'ul:1'1' mul Iln' .illulin urr'ln'.slru is in lln' IHIIIIILQIIIIIIIIIV. adio Staff l'liRl'OSlC 'l'l1e liniversily ol' lietitticlty Rzitlin Stntlio has :ls its cliiel' interests tlie lfllllflliltlllill Zlllil lllllllfill llCVCl0lDlllClll ol iXCllllllTliIllllS. ll serves tliese Interests liy ralrelttlly SlllJl'liXISl'tl prog.gi:nns lnoztclfatsl lrotn Lexington: ln' listening Centers estztlillsltetl in the Illllllllllllll counties, :intl In at system ol' loczllizecl high Iieqtlelicy stzltions. :I new development ivorlaetl ont In WILXS tetlini- uzins atntl Iirsl nsetl lay tlte University sttttlios. 'l'lie stntlio also ln'o:itlt':tsts lroni const to const over Mttlltul network six times ezifli week. lJllll'1CI'l'0R l'ROCiR.'XNl Slll'l'iRYlSOR l'illIlCI' U. Stiller l,olo Robinson INfllfl.-XRtLl'1OI".XGRlC1lIl,'l'lIR.Xl. I'ROtill.-NMS l..CI. llrewer .XNNOUNCICRH .-Xlztn -loltnston Nlnrtin Plnytler l't'oy Strong lfrefl Mc'Cr:le IIIYIII,'llIl1UllIII'1'l' Dain Mmslizill Lewis Snwin Williznn Nlztnlieltl luck CL. Dunn .l"i"' licllllllfli loltn Stttterlieltl ' Gcrzllrl Greenfield A 'ICNCINICICRS Williznn Yuunt llannes llortlers Vernon Reynolds Williann H. Cznley Cl1i1'fUj1f'rnlrn' Rolmerl lvlllllllill O'I'llI'1R S'I'.-Xlflf NIICNIIH-IRS llliatrles Matnslielcl Anita Roos lilennot' llnliin llIlA'l!'!I1lJfl'I'!TlUl' tllusirzrl lJi1'r'r'lm' Mu.vir'11l lJirf'rl'1:' .luck l"eii'e:ilwencl Orgnuixl nnrl Snuml l'flI'r'z'l.w ICngi1lf'r':' 1 1,8 WT . hotograph lull lffllllltltftl nl Ihre Ut1i1'4rr.rl'ly of Krwrllurlcy in 1936 l'URl'OSli .1 t .1 l Row one ' Francis Rodman Partin Whitehouse Relchenbach Mason Siegel l Row two Bruckurt, Proctor Fox Fulkerson Kuipcr Fritts Pearson 'l'hc purpose ol' the Pltotography Club is to promote the Cause ol' good photography on thc University' Campus: to train those students interested in photography: and to protuote association among those students who enjoy good pictures. FAClll.'l'Y ADVISICRS I.. li. Nollau A. C. Mason HONORARY NIICMHIERS Il. R. MeX'eigIr l'1uil K. Whitaker Ralph Looney Russel Travis XV.. llrooks Hamilton -john Kuiperul r. VI rginia I.au'ren4'e CQRAN I' x'Vlll'I'ICll0USl'1 . Domus 1'll'1ltIIllCNllACIl Cfxens I'.'xR'i'lN . . Betty Artz Raxlnoud Bltltllllilll Willianl l'n'uckarl Frank Burger Corinne C2ll'lllll'l llzunes Clarrigan Margaret Clhatharn Van Deren Coke llrzulv Collins 'rzftwm-ti C1rou'e Wtt.t.t.'xtu Ii. Roimmu Minnie Davis Demetrius lfassas Richard Fisher David lfox .lessie Fl'1llll'lS t1luu'lesI"ritts Thontas R. lfritts Nliehael lfulkerson Belly Gregory Rose Bud Green Robert Crinstead OFFICIICRS M IHMISIZRS N larjorie I-loagland Robert Kibler Guy l.:unb Ralph Meyer Stuart Mahurin Martin Paekinan Cactus l'artin Dorothy Paul Iiddie Pearson M. .D. Phelps john l'roetor..lr. l'r1'si1l1ful l'i1'r'-l'r'1'.rf1la1tI Szfcrelflry 7'l'l'lISlll't Doris Reiehenbaeh Wi'li:un Richardson W. L. Robards Willizun li. Rodman 'I'oni Stabile Sylvia Siegel -Izunes Stieklen jane Warren Grant Whitehouse R. W. Nvood I-0111111011 nl Ilzrf lflliZ1!'llSlfj' of Ifrrrllllrlry ill N25 PUR POSIC The purpose ol' llle l'ilkin Club is ln inlelligenilr l':u'e n1or:ll.s0riz1l. :lull religious jll'Ul!lC'llN. l"ACllI.'I'Y .f'Xl7VlSl'1RS li. N. Fergus Doris Sewzlrll Burl Peull 0FlflCl'1RS Tom jfuillsox . . . . . l7VI'.Yf1l!'lIl fililllifllll Sl'R.'XliI'2NS . . . l'i1,'f'-I'rf'.wirlwrL Mfuuox l'nl,-un-'nun .N'f'1'rr'Inry-'l'rf'r1.v11r1'r Robert Annnons joscphine Andres Vernon Allxerl Helen Blzutklrurn W. O. Bl:n1lll'm'll.jl lfrannk Benn jnrk Bleilll Bula Cullrlney Sallie Davis Mary llunrzm Rulmerl Davis Mzunie Davis jenn liwers jnncl Fergus B'l.2ll'gllCl'llC Ford Mary V. Fulcher jesse Francis Mary Garner Belly Gregory Lillal Belle Howe Henry Hllllllllllfli Helen I-l:n'risnn Merry l'lola'mnlm 'l'yree llnrris '. Llewellyn llollnes I lelen llm'lzu'l1er l'll'ilIN'l'H llalnnzlll Susan jznrkson Mzlrlllal Iiuppius Williann ll. lilll'l'2llxl'l I'zlul liinnuirll Ulalllys KllIJ2lll'll'li I.e0n:u'll fll'l'2llll0llSC CillllCl'll1C Cooper Marion Brzull'orll li2ll'lC Fowler john Courtney john Carson Allrerl jones john D. Long M ICM B ICRS joe Mzlssie julinn Snlillu B. I". Mellon l'1llShorl jennN1nrieNlcC1mnieIl BellySuull1 Nancy Molina-5 lil-urge Shelley Willi:1n1lNl:lluwn Bula Sprzngens R. ll. Nll'l4Cl'SUIl Willi:unSI1lrl' Belly Milrlnell fll'UlQl'SIll1lQl'llN Maury IJ. Mrflliesney Hairy Ii. Scnll Maury lrilllllfll lieurge 'l'errell llllll N. l'L'1llx.jl'. llllllllllj linlel .UIIICF MIIITIIB Mzlriun Ylllllilll Mzlry Menllenlmll lillswmlll Winn 'llll0lll2lS l'CllllS Xlglrflgl XX'u0ll CIl1:n'les Price Cluyllm Young William Peniek Ilul'm'LlXVl1ill Belly Roherls Helen While lfVCly'll llllSSCll l'I2ll'l'X' NV:1llingl'orc I.loyll Ramsey lillXl'1ll'll Ruysler Billie Rllylllllllll Bill Mzllmn Rulblrrl RillCl' llnmllmx l'zlul xlllfy Frank Wiley n i l l ' 1 Q j--,qlewq , Sh lb ouse Ifrmrlrlcrl uf llw Ullivumily of Krruluclry in I934 Shelby l-louse is organized and Club members. Clnus'l'INl'1 llAlu.ow . . MAlumR1':'i' S'l'll'I'lICNllI'lRGl'1R NIARGARI-YI' GUl,l.liV lVIARll'Z'l"l'A Smrrn llorolliy Angle llbrisline ll2ll'l0W lfnnees june Collis livclyn Cox llelcn Clullon Catherine Diuclmun M:1ryKnlberine lialrle PUR l'OSl'l run cooperatively by an group ol' girls who ure l'0l'lllCl' fl-H l",'XClll,'l'Y ADVISICR D1',Slutiel'Irikson OFFICERS M ICM IKICRS Doris .'lnn'I'1nlow lililulxelll lfelznul Margaret linlley Lulu Hibberul l'2lllllllCtl0llllS0ll Virginia l,ee Reinler Kan lxerine Sebree M:n'iellnSlnill1 . Prasirllflrl lficc'-Prcsizlcnt . Sl?l'l'lf1!ll'y Trans :mfr bl.Jll'gill'Kfl SlllllCIllll!l'gCl Lyclu lXlilt!SlllllCl'lllll1l l"rnnres 'l'ilnberl:nke Surn 'I'riplell Rucllel llllKlCl'WU0ll Mary Wilson Susan Word ROLD OHS Barlow Stutzenberger Gulley R010 E100 Smith Cox Henlow Angle Hlbberd Row three Reimer Word Underwood Feland Sutherland Sebree Row four Triplett Dlachun Wilson Johnson Earle Timberlake Culton Collis Row one Albert Short Royster Karraker Blandford Sebree Spragens Terrell Row two Hutchins Wooldridge Price Penick Long Baldwin Row three Irwin Corvv Wade Crowe Dorman Row four Prewltl: Bean Shelly Y. M. C. A. Senior ahinet Ifoumlnrl in llflllllflll, Iinglaurl in ISS-I li.rlul1li.vliffrl ou r'rnujm.r in l.S'9U PURPOSE The purpose ol' the Y. M. C. A. Senior Cabinet is to develop the religions life ol' students und l'acull.y members ol' the University and to help meel the needs ol' the students through a program planned l'or social, mental, and spiritual growth. FAC Li1.'l'Y A DVISICR Dr. j. Huntley Dnpre OFIVICERS Vt7ll.I.IA M H. Kfuut.-tm-zu . . . . . l,l'l'.YfIll'Ill YVILLIAM lil..-xnrolum . G1-zonoli W. 'l'r:luucl.1. Rolsllilu' Srlmorzns Vernon Alherl Frank Bean Walter llrelnn Sam llrents john XV. Carson john Courtney Eclwarcl Crowe Warren Dorman Iiarl ll. Hutchins Billy IC. Irwin MICMBERS George H. Kendall William Knaehel john D. Long Walter McCarroll joe l.. Massie George F. Nollau Nllilliam C. Peniek Ransford Potter W. jetlries Prewitt Manuel Corey l"iw'-Prr'.x'iflm1I . Szfmvfl ll ry 'I'rwr.v1m:r Charles Price Russell Rowland lidward Roysler Asher Seal lf. Gaines Sehree. jr. lidwin A. Short Robert Spragens George Terrell Charles j. Wade james M. Ntloolrlridge 4-wif li.rInl1li.rln'rl on l'lllIIf1llA' in lfllltl PURPOSE Row one Davis Valleau Ewers South Raymond Kilpatrick Row two Peacher Wiley Murray Fergus Bradford Hill Row three Schoene Vaughn Sorokollt Hutchins Zenger The purpose ol' the Y. W. C. A. Senior Cabinet is to realize l'ull and creative life through a growing knowledge ol' God. to have a part in making this life possible lor all people to scck, to understand jesus. and to follow Hitn. RICSIDICNT SlCCIRli'l'.'XRY Do :ward ADVISORY BO R .X ll Mrs. li. G. Trimble Mrs. Huntley llupre, Chairinan Mrs. ml. S. Chambers Mrs. A. ll. liirivau Mrs. Dana Card Miss Anna ll. Peek Mrs. '12, N. Fergus Mrs. Frank l,. McVev OFIVICERS Ci.,xm's Kit.:-.-rrtucia . . . 1'xl'1'l"l'Y Ciixuimtcim Sotrru . Iloius li.-klilili Zrzwoictz llll.l.n: l'.,rr Rtxrrtown MIEMBHRS -losephiue Andres. Worship Aleannette Graves. Sophomore Club Marion llradlord, Ifreshiuan Adviser Dorothy Hill, llleniber at large Xnn Crutcher, Freshman Representative Shircly Hutchins. Social Service Mary Olive Davis. junior-Senior Girls Mildred Murray. Y's lives .lean liwers, Inter-racial lleunie Puckett, liconomics and Labor -Ianel Fergus. Campus Service Mrs. H. W. Beers Miss Sarah lllandiug, l-lx-ollieio Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes, lix-ollicio Miss Rebecca Van Meter. Ex-ollicio . . Prr'.rifIz'nI l'ir'e-l'r1'si1lr'nl . Sfwrrflrtry T rrfn.w1rm' Isabelle Peacher, Publicity Ida Schoene, Dutch Lunch Stephanie Sorokolit, World Peace Marion Vallcau. Member at large Dorothy ll. Vaughn, Membership Marr lfrank Wiley. Social We 7' Sophomore COHlllliSS'ir I"numlr'rl nl lln' I71li1f1'r.vily of lx'r'1Illrr'l:y in WW l'llllI'OSl'2 'l'lie purpose ol' lllis organilalion is lo assisl in promoting Christian development lor all llniversily students and ol' seeking' lo inainlain Christian principles in all phases ol' CRIIIIIDIIS lil'e. Ol"l"lCliRS lll':.xNN1-:'l"l'lc Cu,-wills . . . . . l'l'I'.Yflll'Ilf fl.X'I'lll'1RlNl'1 fl00I'I'fR . 'tiff'-l,I'l'NffIl'lll Bon Aixnxiows . l'ir-w-I'n'xi1lf':1l CLIQNN Mollmfzx' Swrrwlurjv MICM IHCRS Shirley Woodyear Mary Ann l"arlmacl1 lllllsworlli Winn llorollly Carrison Rolwerla Phillips Ilen johnson Mildred Snapp -loyee Rogers 'l2ll'li.l1ll'lQS0ll Catherine Cooper Ilennie l'nekell Owen Cox Alice liling l'liyllis Cerald Marguerite McNeal Jeanne Laneaslcr Rolmerl llnnl l'al llananer Dorothy Hill Allee Wilson Ilolin Swill Mary Rion Clenn Moliney Agnes slllllll Virginia Cay Karl Kirk lien Floyd Lorraine llarris liniily llall Marjorie Randolph .lane llayes .lane llirll Ceorge Cnnningliain .lolin llarrison Cny MeConnell jewel Piper lfranees Bogie lingerie Whalen William Million Hilda MeClaran l'lIlllllll llell I'orler Martha llaylnon Wilma Salinon .Inlielle Bryson Dorolliy Collins Marllia Marlow Sarall Coering Mareia Willing 'lack Almraliain Kale Woods Clinl Collins Mary Boaz Corinne Carliarll Rolmerl Davis llolly llnlls .leannelle Craves Carter Coinlms Mildred lylurray llolw Annnons .lean Reynolds lean Williains Nlanriec Mileliell .Xrnold Mellae Mary Marrs Board A. W. Roland Virginia Callos Row one Rogers Ogden Murray Hayes Graves Rlon Salmon Gerald Hill Row two Lawrence Guy Lancaster Gocring Boaz Kung Board Hannucr Farbnch McClurnn Row three Smith Woods Hayman Randolph Davis .Jackson Combs Jaggcrs Snnpp Phllllps Row four Roland Mitchell Kirk Harrison Taylor Hunt Milllnll 0ll 66 99 reshman lub Ifolfmlwrl nl llnf lf'niw'r.s'ilr of lx'r'ul11r'l:Vv in lfllh' l'llRl'0Sli 'l'he purpose ol' the Y. W. CI. A.-Y. M. Cl. A. lfreslnnen Cllnh is to help lreslnnen atljnsl, themselves lo University lil'e and to grow in Christian itleals jonx l'tcoe'loa . Anna Mae .Xllen Marr lillis Sarah Anclerson Nortnalyn Arnolml Maureen .Xrlhnr l"ranc'es llach lingene llarnett CI. liclwin Ilarnes Rohert llonla Seth llotls, jr. R. ll. llrooks lflorenee Brown l.ee llrtnnmett Ray llnnch Iloh CLllllllllSl'll Kilmer Comhs Doris Clrrisrnan Carlisle Corhin ,'XnnC1rntc'l1er john llaricl Page M. Davis john llotlriclge Dorothy jack liekler llarx ey Dixon S n th l"rant'es l'ltllllUlltlS .Xtlrienne Hill Nancy lilatn Marr Thomas Hill Ol"l"lCl'1RS Sl'1NlOR .-XIJVISICRS M l'1MIil'IRS liohhie llowarcl llryan l'lnlc'hinson llntlson jackson l"ranc'es jenkins Rupert jernigan julia johnson George Kelly li. l.. liessinger lllllll liinnairtl Martha lioppins Ilarhara lililllllllll William Leslie l.ancl Marv linrily Lawson Walter l,eet Charline l.isanhy Margaret Litsey lialhern l.overn Caroline Mason George C. Martin Martha WlK'flZllllCl' I-Zlsie March 'lillen Nlc'Connell William Nlellone llell Xlc'l.ote . . I'ru.vi1i1:nl . l,f!'!f'l,l'lf.VlllI'llf l'i1'1f-I'r'r'xi1lr'rll Srwrzflrlry Marion llramllortl Rosemary Megihhon ll. I". Mellon jnztnila Moore Carlisle Myers lfrank Ott M. Parrigan lileanor Powell joe Payne Nixie Peak Ann l'etil john Proctor Betty Purnell Ray Randolph llette Rees lletsy Ross john Rowlancl l'at Russell Martha Sloan liettej. Smith Virtginia Smith licl Sottlherlantl Rohert Soiner Carolyn Spicer Clarola Spnrr Walter Squires Romania lf. Wiggjin l Q . J, ' A . f 'A l . if t? , only A',,,,,: A f , . ,f. W, , ,, r .. ..--.... ..... ....r....... ......M.,. W,--vw ...M-.-............................ jackie Stannper john Sntterlieltl john Sn'iI'l Carroll Sweeney joyee ll'll0IllZlS Alma 'Parkington jeanne Thiel llrtnze 'l'neker Dorothy jane Vanee Duane Yan Horn lflorenee Van Hooset Clay Vallanclinghznn Lloyd Waddell George Walker l.nnetta Walker lletty Warner lirerelte Warren jnlie Waters lAlaro'tl Watts lliek Wehh Virginia Wesley jean Whaley Warren XX oll' 4' l ltlll dditional Activities f,I'g'Il7IIZIlfl.0II AGRONOMY CLUB ........... BACTERIOLOCICAI, SOCIETY ... COSMOI'OLI'I'AN CLUB ...... DUTCH LUNCH CLUB .... GERMAN CLUB ........ HORTICULTURE CLUB .............. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB KAPPA DELTA PI ..................... .. KENTUCKY ENGINEER ... LA CERCLE FRANCAISE . . . ORDER OF THE COIF . . . NEVVMAN CLUB ................... PATTERSON LITERARY SOCIETY . . PHI BETA KAPPA ................ PHI DELTA KAPPA . .. PHI EPSILON PHI .,.. PI MU EPSILON ... PI SIGMA ALPHA POULTRY CLUB ................. PRYOR PRE-MEDICAL SOCIETY SPANISH CLUB ................ lidilnr, Gr: P'I'1'SfdlfIlI . IlOBliR'l' GRI!-'l"I'l'l'l . . . IDORIS Z1-:Nm-na .. KIICAN Ewl-:Rs . . . . . Ilm SCI-IOl'INlC . l"Rlcnlf:Rlc:K KNAPI' . . . . . . BEN BU'1'1.1-:R GAmum. Gfxmu-:1.mN . . . . . . Llcsl.l1-1 Blc'1'l mum-2 D. IQOBICRTSON . . . . HARQLD DUNN YV. H. PI'l"l'MAN . . . . G1-:oumc Rm-iv . . . DAN lJoGc:1c'1"l' . . . XV. R. ALL1-:N . . . . MAURICE SICAY . . . . JAMES LYLE . . DR. D. E. SOUTH . . Rlczlmlums Swoma . . . .IOHN '.I1U'l"I'Ll'I .. -IO!-IN IYIARINARO MARTIN FR1L:1mMAN f fviffgx H ,,. , 5 If,4 W ,,ML W , Q . M M n I y MW 4, " mv ' K, if 9, E W I JZT5. ivan? AVN' '44, X' ., , ,fmt wg ni k 2 -wg f , ,. rw 5, .1 X, 3, -ef . 4 61 1 in W m gan, 4,234 , 0 Ln we , f.,3f:n2:f'f A,w.' , qw? zfpgqgz, , Z 0f?3'1'Ww, '1:W2"' 'ff!'.i'.ff - fi?" -WW! arfqwf gu i, I V ' 'C' 15- if - 4523. G, . ,, 493 if 254417, ", WW", R010 071.0 Sanders Donnelly Barrett Brnnnnn Row two Carter Myers Smcc Allison Row llircc Hoy Short Loflnk Ktnkcr Wofford Perkins ilitar Staff I.llill'l'lCNAN'l' CZOl.ONl'1I.S CAl"l'AlN Qlletiredj lloward Donnelly. l'. ltl. S. N 'l', Al. A. Short W. S. llarrett I,l'lCU'l'lCNAN'l'S MA-IORS -I. L. Carter ll. li. llrannan Gene Myers A. R. tt. Sanders -I. C. Smee Leslie Allison 'lfhe four year course in military science and tactics at the llniversity has assumed a new and greater im- portance with the possibility ol' war lurking in cam- pus shadows. 'l'he basic course ol' two years is still required ol' every physically lit male student at the University: hut. the department was swamped with applications for the advanced course, which consists ol' two years ol' training hy the instructors here and a six- weeks summer camp at Fort, Knox. 'l'o lill the de- mands ol' these would-he second lieutenants. it was necessary to create a special class under paragrapli twenty ol' Army Regulations lfl5-l0. A new company was also added to the regiment. The regiment at the University was ably guided l'or thc third year by Lieutenant Colonel I-loward Donnel- ly, infantry, Professor ol' Military Science and Tactics. Colonel Donnelly. a West Point. graduate. served three years in the I-lawaiian Islands helore he lmecame Com- mander ol' Cadets here. i'RlVA' l'li llesse NVoIl'ord SliRGliAN'l'S ll. S. Hoy l'hil l.olink lilmer liinker Fred Perkins '1'ln': Corok KLUARD Ward, Potts, Grenthouse, Rowe WI Row unc Reid Gaines Allen Boughton Row Lum Robards Jackson Horn Combs Rmu H1.1'cc Drnkc Webb Swopc egimental Staff CIAIJICI' CZOLONICI. R. lI.lL:lim-s CAIDITI' l.Il'1lI'I'I'1N."XN'I't1Ol.UNI'Il.S W. Rcicl S.l..I'mt1gItt0n R. V. Allen CI.fXIDI'1'I'MA.lORS .. Rulmrds 'l'. f1.ll1ll'kSOII CI. I.. Combs la. A. Ilurn CAIJIYI' CAI"I'AlNS . NI. Drztkc II. W. Wclmlt W. R. Swopc Huw nur' f11ltIct.2ml I2 I ' Row Iwo Klzulct Sgt. Clzlrlct Sgt. Cludct Sgt Clmlct Sgt. Ct-ulcl Sgt. Cadet Sgt Cfztclct Sgt. tlztclct 21111 l.t. Huw llrrrfr' . M. la. .I Com pun y A I.l. 1. W. llrown Czltlcl First l.t. R. W. Mttllis I tv' . t1:tcIcttZupt.lI. IoImsot1 C :dnt Inst It S II I un Clmlct 2nd l.t. C' tlzulct 2nd l.t. R Cadet 2nd l.t. R Cinclct 2nd l.t. KJ C1zulct2ncII.t. . .I c 1. w. IC. KI. JV. U. W. 'l'In'clkclzI . W. Rztsnik .lJ. Montomlo .S. Gtlllzun W. Motttgmmrry L. I". lfilicltl Crowe I':tsc:o G mm I. W. llunlzlp K. Il.l'1ngIztml . ull Downey rgin ll Row nm: Cadet. 2nd I.t. ll. I.. Blue Cadet 2nd I.t. ml. C. llonta Cadet Ifirst I.t. Il. ll. Courtney Cadet Capt. ml. I.. Cook Cadet First, I.t. Il. A. lwfctbllllllly Cadet First I.t. C. IC. Srovill Row two Cadet 2nd I.t. NV. S. Colxlin Cadet. 2nd Lt. -I. C. Kennedy Cadet Sgt. M. S. Nelson Cadet Sgt. C. If. Nollatt Cadet 2nd 1.1.1. R. Spicer Cadet Sgt. A. R. Patterson Row three , . . Cadet Sgt. C. R. I aylor Cadet Sgt. IJ. Kells Cadet. Sgt. B. II. Hendrivkson Cadet Sgt. ul. W. Knippenlmerg Cadet Sgt. ml. I.. Keller Cadet Sgt. H. l'. Mollett N L Row one Cadet 2nd I.t. ml. l'. Hickey Cadet First Lt. R. l'. Brown Cadet. Capt. G.W. I.awrent'e Cadet Capt. H. IC. Sellers Cadet First I.t. G. R. Craviss Row two Cadet Sgt. R. R. Taylor Cadet 2nd I.t. ll. l.. Reeder Cadet 2nd I.t. C. R. Burton Cadet 2nd I.t. C. I.. Price Cadet 2nd I.t. S. A. Alverson Cadet Sgt. R. S. Hulette Row lltrmr Cadet Sgt. Ii. C. Allen Cadet Sgt. H. S. Dever Cadet Sgt. R.A. Itillllll Cadet Sgt. I.. Allen Cadet. Sgt. NV. II. Prewitt Cadet Sgt. IV. li. Adams Cadet Sgt. ll. C. liarnliill 1 la Now rum Catlet 2nd I.t.. C. If. Robards Cadet 2nd I.t. W. C. Kittinger Cadet Capt. H. H. Curtis Cadet 2nd I.t. If. li. Hill Cadet 2nd I.t. tl. 'l'. Hatlleld Row two Cadet Sgt. J. C. Leasure Cadet Sgt. H. R. Hillemneyer Cadet Sgt. ml. H. Ison Cadet Sgt. A. W. Lee Cadet Sgt. R. Plaga Row one Ciatlct First Lti. l.. 141. Baicrlcin Claclet. C1apt.j. Cl. Hunsaker Clatlet 2nd Ll. sl. S. Clole C Iatlet First l.t. R. H. Hays Rum Iwo Ciatlel 2tltl Lt. li. H. Davis Clatlet 21111 Lt. XV. Cl. Lobb Row llmfc Clatlct, Sgt.. A. j. Spare C C Ciatlct .' CI: . L. F. Cireatlxousc .G. XV. 'Ferrell . Sam Clarlick H. Ross Iatlct. Sgt ttlct Sgt Sgt ttlet Sgt. G Row one Claclet First Lt. li. T. Davis Ciadct Capt. J. S. Burnettc Cadet 2nd Lt. W. L. Hislop Cadet 2nd Lt. Q. H. Lewis Row Iwo Claclct. 2t1cl I..t.'li. B. Russell Claclct Qml Lt. U. 0. llarrickman Row Ihrcr: Iaclet Sgt. C. Cl. Bickcl C Ciaclct. Sgt. F. CZ. Fowler Claclet Sgt. A. T. Burke f"tclct Sgt. R. F. Long CX C C Raw rum C C C C 1 mvlwo Claclet Sgt C l Sgt Iac et .' Claclct Sgt C1nclet.Sgt .Llet Sgt. -I. E. Adkins ..ttlel Sgt.. AI. A. Gayle tclet Sgt. CL. B. Clrafton Il .aclct 2t1tl Lt. ll. 'l'. Lyons Zaclet, Capt. W. D. Killea latlct Qtul Lt. 'W. F. Clampbcll "islet Qntl Lt. V. l'1.C1omley 3 , , Clatlet Sgt. XV. D. Maxctlon . P. M. Jones f . E. C. Ison .C2. E. Hammoutl . Arcthcleacon Row our' Cadet First I.t. O. H. Losctlt Cadet First I.t. A. Dunn Cadet Capt. M. l".Frenel1 Cadet First Lt. C. li. Robinson Cadet 2nd 1.t..l. W. Wilson Row Iwo Cadet 2nd I.t. C. R. Hood Cadet Sgt. NV. McGraw Cadet 2nd l.t. R. S. Kendall Cadet Sgt. C. Bryant Cadet 2nd Lt. L. D. Coon Cadet Sgt. G. W. Schlcgcl Row Ilwce Cadet Sgt. B. A. NVells Cadet Sgt. ml. Harris Cadet Sgt. 'l'. N. Pettus K Cadet First I.t. S. N..l0illIS0ll Cadet Capt. C. C. Brown Cadet First. I.t. ll. ll. Butler Cadet 2nd Lt. C. A. Harney Row one Row Iwo Cadet Sgt. li. li. Rose Cadet Sgt. li. Cillespie Cadet Sgt. ll. S. O'Nan Cadet. Sgt. S. Crahan Cadet Sgt. NV. A. 'l'uc'ker Cadet Sgt. D. A. Brown Row lltrwr Cadet Sgt. 'l'1. A. Bowne Cadet Sgt. XV. R. Meade Cadet Sgt. I.. H. Ramsey Cadet Sgt. NV. K. Sharp Cadet Sgt. C. S. Cray Cadet Sgt. NV. l'. Murray L Row one Cadet 2nd I.t. H. S. lloltnston Cadet 2nd I.t. D. l'. Moloney Cadet Capt. XV. l.. Stephenson Cadet Capt. 0. W. Sellars Cadet First l.t. R. H. Reiss Rrmv Iwo Cadet. 2nd I.t. R. I.. Horn Cadet 2nd I.t. H. K. I-lange Cadet 2nd I.t. tl. I.. Coldenherg Cadet 2nd Lt. li. A. Cave Cadet 2nd l.t. li. li. Survant. Cadet Sgt. C. R. jones Row Iltrvc Cadet Sgt. 'l'. A. Mahan Cadet Sgt. C. 0. l.1lllCil'lllll Cadet Sgt. YV. R. Black Cadet Sgt. R. R. May Cadet Sgt. XV. 1.. Carroll Cadet Sgt. S. F. Adams Cadet Sgt. G. deRoode ROIU 07140 Courtney Mullls Cloud Stephenson Gaines Webb Row two O. Sellars Jackson Wood Cook Reiss Robinson Row three Robards French Coblin Cuvlse H. Sellers Lyons Scabhard and lade NNI IONAI. HONORARY lVlIl.l'l'ARY ORCDANIZATION lfulmrlrvl nl lim lflriwfvwily of l'lf'lSl.'0ll.Ylllf in l9U-I I'j.slrrl1li.slu'1l on ranljm.v in i925 PURPOSE 'l'lie purpose ol 5e.llxl1urcl und lllzule is to delend lXll'lCl'll"lll lr'ldilions und ideals: prolnole lllC interest, ol' R.0.'l'.C. Lmiuiug: preserve :nul develop llle essenliul qunlilies ol' good and el'- Iuienl ollieers: and lo spread inlelligenl inl'ornunion concerning llle llllllI2ll'y requirelnenls of I lll' Cfllllll fy. FACULTY ADVISER LL. Col. Howard Donnelly M EM lll11RS IN FACUl.'l,'Y I l. Col. W. l-1. llzlrrell Major A. R. C. Sander I.l. jannes Since nn-.RT ll. Clxlxls. 'llc lion Ciroun Ros' lWlll.l.lS . 'lolz Wann . CI. C. llrowu l'.AI.C:1vise R. ll. Cloud XV. S. Goblin CI.l..Coml1s II. I.. Cook ll. U. Courtney R. M. Drake Hurry llenlunu OFIVICIQRS M li M IHERS M. ll. lfreueli R. Il. Gaines G. R. Grnviss li. A. Horn 'l'. fl..l1lCkS0ll S. N. johnson W. C. Kiltinger J. 'l'. Lyons R. W. Mullis . . . fillfllllfll . I"fr.rl l,ir:lllml1ml Snwrlrl l.i1fnlz'unul If! ml S!f1'g'17lllIl W. I'. Reid R. ll. Reiss W. L. Robards CI. li. Robinson H. li. Sellers 0. W. Sellurs W. L. Stephenson ml. W. NVebb Cl. R. XVood 4 ershin ifles I'4UlllIfl!'ll ul llu' llllfWl'l'.Sffy of Nwllra.xlm in M02 Illxlrlllwl on IYIIIIIIIIX in lflll PURPOSE 'l'l1e purpose ol' Persliing Rifles is lo encourage. preserve. and develop llie lIiglICSl ideals ol the lIIililZIl'y profession. lo proinole Aineric'an Citizenship. lo ereale a Closer and more el'- Iicienl relation. and lo provide appropriale recognilion ol' a high degree ol' military almilily among the cadets ol' the R.O.'l'.C. unil. I".XC1lll.'l'Y AIIVISICR Major Al. li. Ilrannan Ol"l"lC2I'.RS Roiuaa'r H. Crown . Oscz.-nz W. Sic1.1..'xus C. CI. Illzowu . Joi: YV. VVICIIII YVIIIIAM R. R. W. Alexalulel' 'l'. II. Arkle ll. lf. Atkins W. I.. Blanton W. l.. Illyllic ll. A. llohnak Ii. G. Chase ll. li. Conley W. T. Darnell A. L. Davis H. 'l'. Esczhborn l'i-irrox Mi-:M IIIQRS -1. w. llinkle I-1.62. llinne ml. 'I'. .Iarkson .-X. H. jones 'lack Kelly W. l. liclley 'l. H. Kerr QI. M. Leer ll. H.I,owenll1.1l U. l'. lX'lunrlrane ll. H. Nevell W. R. Peyton ll. M. Prewill A. H. Sawyer . . . Cujllain . lfirxl ',ft'lllt'lI!lll,' .Yurrfnllfl '.iI'lll1'!I1UIl .S'a'rrm11l f.il'1lil'Il!lIIl I"irxl Sl'l'g'1'Illll Ci, ll. Sc'llaII'1'r W. R. Sflicrel' IV. R. Schirk 'l. 0. Srllrack R. C. Stone IV. R. Sullierlanil il. ll. Taylor I.. IS. Van Hoy XV. W. XVarcl IV. A. IVilson W. l'. YVilson I.. l'. Ivill ll. R. Vlooclyarcl R. li. Young A. D. Hall G. E. Hank A. F. Hicks ' figiifiii U '.I r ffl. I. . pnnsors IIONORARY COLONICI. AIZIIIUQCIIC l':ll1n0rc IIONORARY l.llilI'l'lCNAN'l' COl.ONl'Il.S Pcggy Denny flixuctulivc Ollictcrj Mary Louise YVciscnbcrgcr ljczm lillioll. jzmc llzlynhzun IIONORARY CZAIVIUXIN AD-llI'l'AN'l' Peggy Sllllllllllif HONORARY CIAl"l'AlNS Louise l':WIIl1 Bully Rccldislx Bully Miuzhgll Dorothy Bccicr .loam Manic Mfflmxllcll Cicncvzn House NfIll'yDlllI1'IIll llllIi1l.lUlll!S0ll l,iqlg1S10ll Ifellrllawy Seniors Hom mfr' Major P. Ruse .IL I.. lilmmx- flzlpl Klupl. lS.l1'.V:mS:ull C1:1pl.AI.KI. lim-rr Huw Iwo Ifirsl I.l. M. Ii. Nall' Ifirsl I,l. S. l'unlm First IA. CL. C. f11ll'KIWCII LLC. l'r.xviHi1IllIS0ll l,I. l'. Clzlvisa' Ifi rs! l"i rsl R010 one Shumutc Denny Pulmorc Elliott Bnynlmm Wciscnbcrgcr Row two Ewan Bcclcr Duncan Reddish McConnell Johnson Row Lhrcc Mitch:-ll House Stoll 4 sl-ilwnolu' ox 'rm-1 l':Xl'l41RlMICN'I' Sr,-x'l'lox l",x I QU It protects the traditio ra :B .-'j' K w f w ' ld ' r fl f If ti ,-14 gf fx 1 e , 1 ' ' Y f ff . nf f ,? Y A. 1 X ' 4 in I 19- Q, 1 k " livcrylwoaly clzniccs :ll llic Union llop ..... .Lcssic lfrnn4'is :intl "ll1ll'lil'00lll' Bill llrnc'k:n'l ..... liilccn Sullivan :incl lillcn Nlllflllly crnlcrlnin in lllc Union ill ..... lirlilor Aliin Clzllrlwcll consoles lil'lf.flllCllCKl linppzl. llcllv l'l:1vcs ,,., Xlpllzz Cznnnizi lJcll:l's Maury Lewis Ilouf ..... l'lii 'l':ln Prcsiclcnl. Moriw' Hol nb. ponrlcrs an lrrllcrnul prolmlc-in-wget!ing llJl'0lllCI' Clonrzlcl :I rlzllu .,... Sin ll Clcorgc Walker is "sliol" with Slllilylllg ..... KA pledge, john llullzlvo clicsscrl in his S10 "work week" suit ..... Sigma: Nu plcmlgc. Clhurlic King cnllnisiuslictilly follows ll "work week" mtlioru ..... "Skid" Cbzlrrcll :incl lVlIll'g1ll'Cl I ilscy inzlrlc lixnc :ll 1lSlX'l'1Il1'lASWlIlQ .....l linnny Cook is thrown into :1'lr:lnccr In Illzll swcul voice over Ilic lclc'pl'lonc" ..... llnfl Wilson illlll Sloan Criflin gel sit for :I "hull scssionu . . . . . zinollici' swcvllcl' swing. l 1 , an- ll nic Association PURPOSE ' The purpose of the Womcrfs Pam-Hellenic Association is to foster cooperation :mtl observ- ance ol' social I'ules Zllltl lo CllC0lll'llgC scholzirship :mtl goodwill among sorority women. VIRGINIA SIxII'rII . . DoI1o'I'IIv Sll'l'lll'ZRl.ANll JANII: ANN EVANS AI.I-IIA GAMMA DI-:I.'I'A Anne Bringztrtlncr Jeanne Bowne AI.I'IIA XI D15I.'rA Llewellyn Holmes Dorothy Sutherland CII1 OMIQGA Billy jackson Mary Conant R010 O71-9 Sutherland Smith Evans Row two Horlacher Randall Jackson Bringardner Row three Baller Crouch Vaughn Jones Conant Holmes l7ACUl.'l'Y ADVISIZR Dean Satrnh Holmes OFFICERS MEM BERS DI-Zl.'l'.-X lllcI.'I'A DI-:l.'I'A .lame Ann Evans h'l.2ll'l'l2l Rzmtlzlll DI-:I.'I'A ZII'I'A Anncttu Crouch jenn Jones . Prexirlrfnl . .S'af,'w'lrl1'y 'l'r1'rI.vIl l'l'l' KAIIIIA DI-:I.'I'A Helen Horlzifher Pfiuline ll2llli'l' KAIIIIA KAI-I'A GAAIAIA Margaret Trent. Virginia Smith ZETA T,-XII ALPHA Dorothy Vaughn I.elh:I Hicks lpha amma olta National Social Sorority OFFICERS ANNIE BRINGARDNICR . . President Bm"i'Y Mt't'c:Hr:1.L Vi1.'e-Przfsidenl Loulslc .IoNi5s . . Secretary NIARGICRY rfl-IOMAS . Treasurer SENIORS Betty Rhine Artz l-Ielen Cary Blackhurn Aleanne Frances Bowne lilizaheth Butler .june Crain Billie Dyer Ruth Ellen Hodson Louise jones Annette Klingholz Betty Mitchell Harriet Oshorn Carolyn Louise Reid Eloise Rochester Marjory ,lean Shrock juxuons Mary Louise Anderson Betty Boltorll' Anne Bringardner Harriet Lake Canary Alice Codcll Loretta Funk Anne Rhoads Hatter june Melme Nancye Molmcy Aimee Murray Margery 'l'homas SOPHOMORES Margaret Arnsparger Juliette Bryson Mary I.ewis Boaz Gene Ray Crawl'ord Mary Clare Howard Kathryn Pirkcy Barbara Rehm Lillian "Fate Shirley 'l'homas Bmma Bell Porter PLBDC ICS Barhara Bockmon lilla Watson Brown Lorraine Clockriel Anne Cowgill Betty lidwards Rhetna Ewing lipsilon, the local chapter ol' Alpha Gamma Della was installed on the campus in l909 and is one ol' 50 in American universities and colleges. 'l'he or- ganization was founded at Syracuse University in l90Al and puhlishes the "Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly". Red, hull, and green are the Alpha Gamma Delta Mary Haynes Lulagene johnson Martha jane Lacelield Mary Anna Maupin Bettie Millikin Carolyn Petrie Annie Laurie Riley Anne Roan Joyce Thomas I-Ieath Tinley lola Young Shirley Woodyear colors and red and hull' roses are the sorority's chosen flowers. Well known Alpha Cams on the campus are Anne Bringardner, ,june Mehne, lifizaheth Boltorll', Betty Mitchell and Billie Dyer. Alumnae on the faculty are Marie Barclay and Sally Pence. Left to Fight! R010 0718 Bowne Butler Mitchell Brlngnrdncr Jones M. T' HHS Hodsu , R010 Lum Osborn Funk Reid Taylor Rochester Klingholz Crain Row three Bryson Arnspnrgvr Mohney Blackburn Mchne Artz Hatter Row four S. Thoxnns Howard Tate Murray Bottorll' Anderson Canary R010 HU!! Dycr Schrock Cowgill Plrkcy Crawford Boaz Porter Rclnn Row sim Young Boclcmon Bowne Haynes Petrie Codcll Cockriol Tinley Row seven Maupin Riley Ewing Luccllcld Johnson Mllllkln J. Thomas Roan I 0 ' ' Epsllcm J," - - ' ' 1 x A J' , 7 'T' "' we '!'f',Qf" 4: af I ,.' 4 no ll,' i f vc ' 1 ' it xA. f I X f ' In 'N kk. N U 4 .. ,, K 4, pq. I' Alpha Xi elta Anna Mae Bevins Llewellyn Holmes Mary Anne Blevins Betty jane Chapman Martha Hixson Mary Jane Hoskins Dorothy Beeler Virginia Clark Antoinette Hays Mary Hume Betty Jane Kington Anne Adams Mary Burrier Mary Crafton Eleanor Decker Nancy Elam Ruby Jo Gevedon Alpha Xi Delta, national social sorority, was founded tt Lombard College in 1893. Xi Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta it is installed on the University campus in l908. Ihe sorority now consists of 56 chapters. The flower is the pink rose and double blue and gold are the National Social Sorority LLIZWELLYN Houvncs . JEAN REYNKJLIJS . MARY Louisa Sroicus BlC'I"1'Y JANE PUGI-I l'i-tvrms GliRAI.lD SENIORS I-lelcn Long Alice McGaughcy Mamie Snyder JUNIORS Anne johnson Betty MacGregor SOPHOMORES Dorothy Decker Phyllis Gerald Geneva House -Iae Marshall Lois Ogden PLEDGES Mary Thomas Hill Gene Houston Bobbie Howard Margaret Juett Mary Lawson Dixie Macklin Delores Richardson Helen Rigg Betty Lo Smith OFFICERS . President . Vice-President Recording Secrc'iary C orrrfsjmvv di 71 g S ecrelary . . Treasurer Dorothy Sutherland jean Farmer Anita Steele Mary Louise Stokes Betty jane Pugh Jean Reynolds Frances Williams Marcia lvilling Rachael Strather Patricia Thornton Ruth Turner Lunetta Walker Michaeline Began Dorothy Robinson Virginia Henderson Nancy Lee Bird Ruth Thompson colors with "Alpha Xi Delta journal" as the organ. Llewellyn Holmes, Dorothy Becler, and Mamie Snyder are included in a list of prominent Alpha Xi members on the campus. Lorraine Lewis and Margaret Tuttle are allumnae on the faculty. Left to right: Row one Gerald Stokes Bcvlns McGaughcy Snyder Holmes Row two Long Sutherland MacGregor Steele Blevins J. Farmer Row three Pugh Reynolds Chapman Hlxson Ogden Marshall Row four Willing House Clark D. Deckcx' Williams Bcclcr Furner Row five Hays Hoskins Macklin Hume Kington Walker Strother Row S13 Howard Thornton Juctt Hill Cvevcdon Rlgg Burrier Row seven Houston Smith Elam E. Decker Crafton Richardson Lawson . .srl 4' 'vw X1 hapter l A ,fa 1 1 -:ru -- 'X X -1. Betty Bronston Mary Conant Dinstnore Davis .lane Day Naomi listill Frances Beard Margaret Brown Rosemary Brown Caroline Conant Ann Harding Davis Martha Adams Betty Avent Sarah Anderson Betty Bohannon Caroline Breeding Anna Ruth Burton Louise Crawford hi mega National Social Sorority Ol"1"lClLRS lfimuelfzs I-IANNAH . . . . President M any Lolust: VV1-:1s1cNts1f1Rot:R . Vice-Presidcnl NIARY CoNAN'r . . . Secrelttry CAno1,tNta N t':w1cLl, . Treuszlvev CRADUA'l'l'l S'l'llDllN'1' Susan jackson SENIORS Lida Garred lfranees Hannah Billy jackson lilivabeth McDowell Jumous lane White Humble Mary Lallaeli Anne Douglas MeCown Caroline Newell Mary li. Nickerson SOPHOMOR ES jane Chesnnl PLEDGES Sally Davis Agnes lickles Mary V. Cibson Carolyn Gott Betty Hale , l' -'HUC DI1lllCl Emily Hall Ruth Harris Chi Omega, national social sorority. was established at the University ol' Arkansas in 1895. I.an1bda Al- pha of Chi Omega, one of 93 chapters in the organiza- tion was installed at the University in l9l4. The ol'- Hcial llowcr is the Carnation with cardinal and straw pus. Belinda Moss Ruth Pile .lane Richard Taylor Bess Rollins Ma ry l,on ise Weisenberger Helen Powell Anne I-I. Richmond Evelyn Russell Lyl Warwick Elizabeth Wigginton Mamie Godman Dorothy I.air Bobctte Lyon Betty Macon Hilda McClaran Martha Koppius 'Edith Weisenberger Frances Whitfield as their colors. The national olhee's publication. Iileusisf' tells ol' Chi Omega activities. "The Susan jackson. Frances Hannah. and Mary Louise Weisenberger are well known on the University cam- l 4 Left to right: R010 0116 Bronston Hannah M. Conant Newell D. Davis M. Weisenberger Gnrrcd Row two Estlll M. Brown B. Jackson R.lcl1u.1'd Moss S. Jnckson Rollins Row three Adnms Powell Humble LnBnelx Bcnrd R. Brown Richmond Row four Lair Chcsnul, Russell Warwick Nickerson C. Connnt McCown Row llve E. Welsenberger Burton Dnnlel Avent Godman Hull Lyon Row str Macon Gott McClnran Whitfield Breeding Anderson Harris Row seven Crawford Kopplus Gibson Eckles S, Davis Bolmnnon Haley Qilllllldil ,lllllil llmpiper ' 516' 2 I 2 " low in Q mv ,X J ws 'V N v . , . 1 :N L... K ' 49 f I , J X l v. . 'nap .Q ,. I .I .s O Q H so . 1 1-P... P... SP up-4 1 4,3 1 'A 'F MVYW ' 'Q AB.. Lois Duncan Ruth Mcfllnng Peggy Shumate olta olta olta National Social Sorority JAN1-1 ANNE EVANS Lum Bl-11.1.1-2 HOWlf1 ANN KIRK . . ANNE Liar: S'roLL . SWCNIORS jean Elliott jane A. Evans Angeline Jett Mary L. Robinson Mary Bell Jessie Francis Mary V. Fulcher I-lenryetta Hall Ann Caskey Sarah Denny Dora Pecry julia johnson Anne Crutcher Rachel 'l'ownes Roberta Phillips Pat, Hanaucr Charlotte Penhalc Mary A. Penney Marcia Randall Kathryn Roszcll Mary l". Wiley t1uNtotzs Ann Kirk Mary Herrington Marianne Hewitt Lida Bell Howe Elizabeth jones Betty Ann Raike SOPHOMORICS Ann Land Joyce Riley PLIEDGICS Dorothy A. 'llvans Violet Owen Peggy liorenian Bryan Hutchison Pat Young Lucille livans Virginia Clantrill Chirstine Penney ln 1923, the installation ol' the local chapter ol Del- ta Delta Delta, Delta Rho, was held on the Kentucky campus. The national organization, having 88 chap- "The Contact". ters, dates back to the establishment of the lirst chap- OFFICERS President Vice-President S acre I ary Trca.s't1rer Anne Lee Stoll Mary V. Whaync Martha Whitsell Iune Robertson Betty Rose Orel Ruth Louise Nesbitt Angeline Wyatt Margaret Marks lltetty Bow Miller Virginia Wesley .lane Lancaster Anne lillis Helen Drake Mary Ray Elsie Xvarren Eloise Pahnorc is the pansy with silver, blue, and gold as The national publications are "'l'he Tri XVell known on the cainpus are Litla Belle Howe, ter at Boston University in l888. The sorority flower Peggy Slnttnate. .jane Anne Evans, and Ann the colors. dent" and Kirk. Left L0 right: R010 OMB Nesbitt Duncnn Howe Roszell Kirk Stoll J. A. Evans R010 U00 Bell Randall McClung Elliott Shunmto Jones Whltscll Rmn Hmrcc Shelton Wiley Robertson Jett ' Ruth Hall Rnlkc Miller Row four Hewitt Fulchcr Rllcy Wyatt Herrington M. Robinson Rose Fl'll.llClS Row five Pccry Forcnnln Phillips Pcxmcy C. Robinso Ellls Denny Mnrks Row sta: Pcnhnlc Owen Palmorc Towncs Wcslcy Hmmucr L. Evans Ray Row seven Lnncnstcx' Johnson Wnrrcn Hutchison Young Cantrxll Crutcher Drake L , olta eta National Social Sorority Patricia Stem Annetta Crouch Gene Jones -Icrry Fish Mary Anne Wallingford Frances Terrell Alpha Theta, the local chapter of Delta Zeta was installed on the Kentucky campus in 1923 and is one of 58 chapters in American colleges and universities. The national organization ol' Delta Zeta was fountlerl at Miami University in l902. Old rose and vicux green OFFICERS ANN1L'l"l'A Caouen . President ELl1:ANok HOWARD Vice-President l,A'l'RICIA S'1'1aM . . Secretary BE'1"rY BRIQEDEN Treasurer STINIORS Virginia Lake Eleanor Howard Mary Evelyn Phillips Betty Brcedcn Florina Grecver JUNIORS Mary Agnes Gahbartl Marjorie Whceldon Evelyn Kennedy SOPHOMORE Mfilyah Graves PLEDGES Lclia Bucher Carol Lantlreth Mary Elizabeth Sona jane Noble Anne Viox are the colors: Kilarney rose, the ilowcr: and the dia- mond is the sorority jewel. Patricia Stem is prominent in campus activities. Mildred Lewis, Jessie Wilson, Verna Latskc, M. More. and Helen Fry are alumnae on the faculty. Lcft to right . Row one Stem Crouch Luke Howard Row two Brcodon Grcovcx' Phillips Gnbburd Row Hlrcc Noblo Joncs Kcnnvdy Sona Row four Wallingford Grnvns Viox 'I'c1'1'cl1 R070 flild Whccldon Bucher Fish lxphal Tlll15lLilf CIIZIPILGEIV A appa olta iational Social Sorority Mary Rose Crook llelen Horlacher Polly Baller Louise Bailey Bernice Barr Bernice Daugherty Louise liwan Marion Bradford Sonia Hagenhuch Clara Ayres Georgia Booher l'I,l-ZLEN Hotttfxcuuk Louisa EWAN . B11.I.nc 1lAYMOND Mfxttcna Wtt.1,1A1vts SICNIORS lsahelle l'eat'her Billie Raymontl Mary Catherine Smith IIUNIORS Margaret Felton Mary Lou Harkey Allie Garnett Kendall Betty Longsworlh SOPHOMORICS Louellen Penn Pat Pennehaker V PLEDGIES Mary Katherine Holtevcrt limily johnson Mary Lee Brockman Mayhelle Blue Klappert Elinor Cullison Page Davis -lean Foley Sara Fox LaVerne Gillen Martha Hayman Barhara Kroman Sara Lee Mock Anne Overstreet Betty jane Rees Frances Renlro OFFICERS . P1'esifde1tl . Vice-P1'esidcnt . Secretary . Treastzwrm' Margaret. Iillen Smith Margie Williams M.aranuu'tlut Lusk Lillian Mitchell Lee Overstreel Dorothy Preston Betty Wells Rohcrtt Marjorie Randolph -loan Taylor .layne Gay Shcly Opal Skaggs ,leanne 'I'hiel Nancy jean Tutt janice Ward jean Whaley Louise White .Eleanor Williams Nell Rice XVynn The VCU" 1997 Saw the mllivfvll l'0l'mli'll5 of KHP' white rose as their llower. The national publication P21 Dcilfl Ut Vifl-lillifl Slum Tcilchcfs Collcl-lc' Thc is "The Angeles". Anita Gardner and Jean Abel are Epsilon Omega Chapter was installed on the campus gllmmmc on thc faculty. in 1910- Outstanding in campus activities are Helen Hor- Olive green and white are the sorority colors with the lacher, Billie Raymond, and Sonia Hagenhuch. l Luft. Lo righti Row one Pcachcr Horlarhcr M. E. Smith M. Williams Crook Raymond Ewan Row two Baller Barr M. C, Smith Lusk Roberts Mitchell Preston Icom Hlrcc Longsworth Felton Daugherty Bailey Kendall I... Ovcrshreeb Bradford Row four Hagcnbuch Taylor Penn Randolph Harkcy Pcnncbaker Tutt Row flvc Thiel Skaggs Hayman Whaley Davis HolLevcrL E, Wlllinms Fox Row six Johnson Wynn Boohcr Glllen Rees Culllson Ward Renfro R010 SCl1C7L A. Ovcrstrcet Mock Brockm an Kroman Ayres Klappcrt Foley White appa Kappa amma National Social Sorority Mayhclle Connelly Mildred Cox l.ut'y Crenshaw Mary llunean lletty Hayes Helen llahhitt Lora Barrow Caroline Barrow Clenna Ballard Evelyn Berryman Ladyc Kathlyn Allen Anne Conner l'at Doyle Sarah F. lidmonds Sara lilixaheth Ewing Sue Dell liwing Mary Ann lfarhaeh lletty Carr Jessica Cay It the year lt-470 at Montnouth College. Momnouth, lVlAttoA1uc't' 'ilRl'lN'l' . M AttoARtc'l"t'A 11A'l'l.ll"l" . lVIAYl'rI'1l.l.ll CoNN1':t.I.Y lVlARY IJUNCAN . HICNIORS Mary james l,aura Lyons 'lean Mahan Mary-lillen Mendenhall tiuxiotts .lane llaynham Mary Garner SO l'l-IOM O R ES lilizaheth C. Chapman lithcl Roger Janet Rodes l'I.lCl7ClCS Dawson Hawkins Adrienne Hill 'lilizaheth Hughes lletty Lellus Mary Lyle Caroline Mason Shirley Mattox Martha McCauley lillen McConnell and is one ol' 7-I chapters in the United States. 0151" l C15 RS J . ltrstdmzl . Viczf-Ptzszflanl . Scmclaty Ttummt lXlargaretta Rallilli Mary Core Rodes Virginia Smith Margaret 'l'rent Mimi Wiedetnan Betty Cregory Ann McMullen lilinor Rounsavall Marjorie Thompson Louise Wilson Marguerite McNeal Anne Pettit lietsy Ross Mary K. Scott Martha C. Thompson Allie Wehh lletsy llrooks Woodford Nancy Wotnhwell Charlene Young are Kappa alumnae at the University. Prominent in Illinois, Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded. "l'he campus allairs. the list ol' Kappas includes Many y. .. , . Beta Chi chapter was installed at the University in lfllll Dean Sarah lllanding, Mrs. Charles Kouns, Mrs. Iohn Van Cleve, Doris Seward, and Reheeea Van Meter tran, X trginta Smith, and Margaret 'I'rent. 'l'wo shades ol' hlue constitute the colors ant Fleur de Lis and the sapphire are the flower and jewel ol' the sorority. 'l'he puhliration is "'I'l1e L Left to right: Row 0718 Ratllfl Smith Duncan Connelly James Trent Row two Mendenhall Burrow Ballard Hayes Mahan Lyons Row Hzrcr: Garner Wilson Cox McMullen Bnynhmn Gregory Row four S. E. Ewing Rodcs Hughes McConnell Crenshaw S. D. Ewing Doyle Row live Hawkins Pettit Kogcr Ross Conner McNeal Farbnch Row sin: Edmonds Young McCauley Mntlzox Lyle Mason Allen R019 SCDBH LeBus Wombwell Woodford Gnu' M. G. Thompson Hill Webb .yt llelga 'hi lllalpigeelf 'Udo W. eta Tau lpha National Social Sorority OFFICERS Dokoruy DAI.'roN VAUGHN . . President .ALMA BARNARD . . . Vice-President '1'H1f:1uasA 'TI-IEILING . . Secretary BARBARA D1f:NN1s . Treasurer SEN I ORS Sara Kathryn Fisher Lycla Palme: JUNIORS Alma llarnarcl Lavcnia Warner Dorothy Dalton Vaughn Barbara Dennis Elizabeth Scherer SOPHOMORE 'I'llCl'CS11 Theiling PLEDGES Dorothy Baker Miriam Krayer Dorothy Stophcr Florence Brown Louise Orshurn Kay Taylor Margaret Hackney Kathryn Orshurn Betty Warner Letha Hicks Mary Lee Roberts Emily Young Zeta Tau Alpha was founrleml at the Virginia State ors are turquoise hlue and steel gray. Their olheial Normal College in H4983 the local chapter, Alpha Chi, organ ig "The 'I'hgmig", one ol' 76. was installed at the University in l92fl. Sara Fisher. Alina llarnarcl, and Miriam Krayer are, The olhcial flower is the white violet while the col- outstanding Zeta Taus on the campus. Left to right Row one Barnard Fisher Thelling Dennis Row two Vaughn L. Warner Scherer Kmycr Row three Hackney B. Warner L. Orsburn Dunbar Row four Young Roberts Brown Stophcr Row live Hicks K. Orsburn Baker l,eI'I lu riglllz Ril'Il2llAIl Amlersml, Dol Ivlznnlillg, filmrlie nl'iIlICl', Louis Relmam licl Neef, .john Kullm. N'l1ll'lUl'ilf llellmam, Slam l'Cllll1l.AIl'1II! Iilliull, Ilimmie Nlznxe lion ...,, Ierry Calmplmell, -linmly Weeks, iieorgge Crslflml. lS:n'h:ll':1 KVUIIIGIII, Helly Rees. l,mveII LZIIIIIJIJCH ...., Lisle Pmlmml, Rocles liurlmm ..... c4IIl'U!lllC f.0ll2llll Dam Denny ..... Mirimn Kruyer, fQC0l'j.1CCI'1lI'l0Il ..... u1lllCllgillCCl"S pmcIig.gy". . .. Ann xViIlK'llCSlCl', Huh Almrnm ..... llenlie Del,ong'. llulp I'ul'ye:ll' ..... flll!kIIOWll Huh jones, Ann Amlznns, 'john Mc'l":u'l:lml. nter- raternit Conn il PURPOSE The Inter-fraternity Council is composed ol' an ollicer ol' each soeial fraternity on the campus. Its object is: to establish and maintain a harmonious relationship among socialifra- Lernities and the University, to regulate the relations ol' the lrzllernities with each other, Lo cn- conrngc a high standard ol' scholarship. and to losler all activities that advance the best interests ol' the University and the fraternities. FACUI.'l'Y ADVISICR Dean T. 'l'. Jones OFFIC ERS Joins Contmn . . . lhvfsizlcnl Tosmtt' Glu-:ls . . Vice-Pr1'xizlanl jam-is W. Bkown, ju. . Serrralary jttutc GA't'nol-' . TI'ffII.YIl7'lf'I' M E M ll ERS I-IaroltlSitnpson,,'Ilj1ha Gamma R lm Mark Coclirane. ,-llpha Sigma Phi llllll.l0llllS0ll.flil1llIl Tan. Uuwga Charles SllCll12llll.1,l?llIl Chi Bill Karraker, Della Tau Della Bob Fislihack, Kappa fllpha George 'l'crreIl. lfajijm Sigma Sant Silnonton. l,aurhfla Chi Alpha Dan Doggett, Phi Dalia Thrla R010 0718 Conrad Doggett Row two Brown Karraker Johnson Bruckart Row three Cochrane Browning Simpson Hall Stlclhnm Simonton .john Conrad, Phi Kajzjm Tau l"t'ank O'Brien, Phi Sigma Kappa Bill Bl'llCli2ll'l. Pi Kapjna Alpha Alexander 1-Iall, Sigma Alpha lipxilon Tonnny Greis. Sigma Chi latnes W. Brown, Jr., Sigma Nu :lack Galhol. Sigma Phi Iijzsilon R. li. Browning. Triangle Alpha amma ho National Social Fraternity OFFICERS JOHN G. ULORE . . President HAROLIJ H. SIMPSON Vice-Pmsidctzi LEONARD B. ALLEN . . Secretary JAMus H. lsON . Treasurer S'liNl0RS William lllancllorcl Benjamin Butler Frank Clark Glenn Clay Joe Gayle James Ison Leonard Allen Glenn Price Fontaine Baker Robert Baird Thomas Barnes Robert Bryan Carl Browning' Harry Bryant: Henry Caswell John Clore Ernest Harris Robert Marshall James McConathy JUNIORS William Johnstone Bruce Price SOPHOMORIES James Porter Gerald Sehaller PLEDC ES James Hume Roy Hunt Donald Kells Robert Kihler James Monroe Leer Leslie Moore Roy Neel Harold Simpson XVarren Thompson Glenn Harney Everett Beers Thomas Pettus Paul Clark Robert Price Porter Read Gene Parish All'rcd Pettus William Renaker Fred Roser 'l'racy Trigg Edmond Waters Mitchell Yowell Irvin Overall In Indianapolis in 1908, the l'raternity for agricul- ture students, Alpha Gamma Rho was nationally founded. Omicron is the local chapter that was in- stalled here in May, 1920. Green and gold are their colors with the pink rose I'or the flower. "The Sickle and Sheal"' is the Ollicial publication ol' the l'rat.ernity. John Clore, Glenn Clay, Frank Clark and Bill Bland- ford are outstanding in campus activities. Alumni on the faculty are H. B. Price, Fordyce lily, W. P. Garrigus, E. J. WVill'ord, A.T. Ringrose. I.. H. Townsend, H. B. Morrison, J. 0. Barkman, and J. Kinney. 'l'hcre are 32 chapters in the organization. Left to right R010 0716 Thompson Simpson Ison Beers Clore Clay McConathy Row two Marshall Butler Harney Clark Allen Harris Blandford Row three Pettus Porter B. Price R. Price Clark Johnstone A. Pcttus Row four Baird Gayle Read Waters Bryan Barnes Bryant Row five Yowell Lccr Hunt Klbler Renakcr Neel Overall Row sin: Hume Roser Moore Parrish Kells Caswell Trigg 1 eg. l,llli.f3'l'0ll. lllaptel' KU A l X M , 0 lpha Sigma hi National Social Fraternity H. Mark Cochrane Gerald Filield john Black William Crory Hazen Roberts Orville 'l'rosper .john Hutchinson Paul Frank Hal Hackney OFFICERS H. MARK Coca-IRANE . . Pnszdanl GI-:RALD F Il"ll'll.lD . Vice-Pifc szdz 111 HIRAM -IouNsoN . . .Secretary 1.l'1NNl'I'l'H Moiumu Twasimv SENIORS John Dooley Kenneth Morgan JUNIORS soPHoMoR1zs PLEDCIZS Richard Naylor Phillip Clones William Moorlieltl Roger Sproles Paul Savage Robert Moss jack Morris Hiram johnson Irvin Safreit Leland Smith Lawrence Oliver William Daniels Benjamin Williams Jack 'Fhoman e muncling of Alpha Sigma Phi was in H445 at Among the well known students on the campus ue e C Lge. ln l9l7 the Sigma chapter of the Uni- Mark Cochrane, and -lack Morris. Lyle Crolt D'1v1. versity xx is organized. "The 'l'oinmyhawk" is the na- Young, Henry Beaumont, Lester O'l'tannon, Bill Ilu lil mt ilicalion. 'l'he cardinal rose is the frater- hauk, and Laurence Oliver are alumni ol' the lt ILLIIH nity llouerg cardinal and stone are thc colors. who are faculty members. Q: K " W f we m swf .Aix .L W' , 3X ,- W A, 51.21 in ,ix WT K 5 W wx . x 4 34? Q ,Ag--' w e .W Q . Ximian R 'eggs 'S' 3 x-A , ,EK is :Q J AY 3 eff HQ? A Wmm Q A All 1 3' Q ff' Alpha au mega National Social Fraternity HASKICLL Ross OFFICERS Pl-IILLIP K. PHILLIS . . President JIM Moss JOHNSON . Vice-President GIEOILGE F. NOLLAU . . Secretary . . Treasurer SFNIORS Armand Angelucei Phil Angelucci Virgil Beasley john R. Clark jack Cook joe R. johnson john li. Keller Charles A. Moler Robert D. Nickerson Carol S. Rankin Arthur B. Rouse Charles A. Smith james M. Stapp Roy E. Tooms Harold B. Williams JUNro11s George A. Dodson David B. Graham jim Moss johnson Thomas Lcdridge Elmond L. Marlin George F. Nollau Phillip K. Phillis Milton Rice Haskell J. Ross Roger S. Thornl.on Arthur J. Walsh Robert W. Willmott SOPHOMORES Kenneth Bass -I. C. Bondurant Lewis D, Nicely Ralph Eschborn PLEDGES Sidney C. Barnard Jesse T. Beard Billy Bell Lee Brumett Newton Brown Hugo Hesson Bill E. Irwin Alpha Tau Omega was founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1865 and the establishment of the local chapter, Mu Iota, dates back to 1909. The national organization, having 96 chapters, publishes "The Palm". The fraternity colors are blue and gold while the flower is the white tea rose. Claude R. McGaughey John E. Moler Sam Papania Bob Plaga Bob Frank Pennington Ransford Potter Brad Pritchett William Robinson Scott Rogers john Smith Jere Thornton Alvie Vankirk John Warnock Alumni on the faculty are L. li. Nollau, L. J. Hor- lacher, Niel Plummer, F. A. Hughes, ll. W. May, Wat- son Armstrong, K. E. Rapp, William H. Pittman, and Bart Peak. Among their outstanding students on the campus are Haskell Ross, Jim johnson, Charles Smith, and joe Johnson. Left to right: Row one Joe Johnson Jim Johnson Phlllls Ross C. Smith Nollau Rouse Row H00 Tooms Stapp Cook Wllllams Clark Beasley Willmott Row three Walsh Martin Nlcclcy R. Thornton Rice Keller Graham Row four Irwin Pritchett Eschborn Bondurant Hesson Bell Plaga Row five Pennington Rogers Potter Moler Barnard Vanklrk Bass Row six McGaughcy Brummett Beard J. Smith Taylor Papania J. Thornton tohet 1800. lt tnlx Ke elta Chi National Social Fraternity john C. Bode A.j. Duhan Frank j. Kees james G. Snowden Sinclair I.. Raynor llen W. Floyd Karl Holland William Otto Richard Nickerson William Swegles Duane Van Horn n Lmetnher ISHS, the installation ol' the local ptu ml Delta Chi was held on the University ol' lxentuclsy campus. The national organization, having 5: chtpters, was founded at Cornell University in Oe- 'es. Sinclair Raynor. and Charles Stidliatn SAICNIORS Alden Lewis Paul A. johnson Charles B.Stitll1an1,jr. juwrotas Alhert Bauer SOPHOMORICS Carl Henderson Guy McConnell PLICDGES Paul Nolte William Carroll joseph 'l'tt'inetn OFFICERS CHARL15s B. S'r1uuAM, jk. . P11 szdr nl Nl'1I,SON PIOSKIN5 . Vice-Pveszdcnt jAMES G. Suowui-:N 8161610733 Rm' Melilmvtzia . Tuauwm Roy Mellrayer Nelson Hoskins Howard Price Walter Schuyler Ii. Alan Rohins joseph Bohnak David A. Sllearard 1 john David Leigh Melvin Szunms Leonard Cottrell jean Dejaructt. are prominent students on the Kentucky C2lllllJllS H Dupre, jzunes Since, William A. 'l'oltnan, and A I lirancr are alumni on the faculty. 'l'he olllcial journal is "'l'he Delta Chi untmly and red and hulf are the ttolors. 'l'he white Lll lion is the l'rateruity flower It Loft Lo rlprht: Row one Roblns Hoskins Dubnn McBmyvr Stldham Row two P. Johnson Kees H. Schuyler Pricn Bodr- Row three Lewis W. Schuyler Bauer Raynor Floyd Row four Henderson Holland McConnell Shenrurd Bohnuk Row flue Samms Twlnem DcJnrneLt Snowdon Nickerson Leigh Row sim Van Horn Nolte Swegles Otto Carroll Cottrell Kenlguck Jlmplc-I' elta au elta National Social Fraternity Iames Thomas Bowling Carl Luther Combs Emory A. Horn Raymond Hays Earle Cabell Fowler OFFICERS JAMES 'THOMAS BOWLING . . y President Etvtouv A. HORN . . . Vice-President WILLIAM KAIQIQAKIQR . Secretary CECIL K1T'r1Ne1za . Treasurer SENIORS William H. Karraker Wynne McKinney, jr. William Cecil Kittinget' Thomas H. MacDonald John Meredith George A. Scott, jr. Edwin Randle Short JUNroRs Frank Gaines Sebree, Jr. Bernard George Stall, III james McGraw SOPHOMORES Robert james Arnmons R. Leonard Bell George Givens Dixon Elmer Hume, jr. Maxwell Barrett Robert Burke Robert Burton Seth Bolts, Jr. Albert Busltell John Cheshire Owen Cox Harrison Dixon Edward Everett Elsey, jr William Fulton Walter Leslie MeCotnas John Marshall Prewitt Arthur Howard Sawyer, jr. Robert Dunham Short, jr PLEDGES Mellord Garrison William Glass Randall Hudson Robertson Kagin Edward Lander John Carlisle Mvers John McNeal A. C. Mcl"arlan l-lugh Moorhead Frank Ott James Keneipp John Casner Ben H. Johnson, jr. Robert Daves David Parry Robert Scott james Satterlield Xvarren Schonert Satn Robinson Raymond Randolph Kenneth Rush john Sutterlield Jack Taylor Early Vaughn Dulworth Delta Tau Delta has 76 chapters on university and college campuses in the United States. lt was founded at Bethany College in 1856: the local chapter, Delta Epsilon, was installed on the Kentucky campus in May, 1924. The Delt doings appear in "The Rainbow", national publication. The pansy is the fraternity flower while purple, white, ami gold constitute the colors. Altnnni on the faculty are Dean C. R. Meleber, R. H. Hawkins, R. D. Miller, Edward johnson, Paul Averill, and james Shropshire. l'rominent students are Emery Horn, Gaines Sebree, William Karraker, and Cecil Kittenger. Left to right: l Raw one Horn Short: Klttingcr . Bowling Knrrnkcr Scbree Row two Fowler McGraw Cnsner McKinney Hayes Prewitt Burke Row three Dnvcs Burton Sawyer Kngln G. Dixon Ammons Johnson Row jour Parry Cox Bell Rush McNeal Glass Suttcrflcld Row five Shonert Bushell Elsey Morehead Scott Myers H. Dixon Row six Randolph Satteriield McFnrlnn Robinson Butts Hudson Fulton elia Epsilon 'hapizer Henry Bramlel Robert H. Cloud YVeldon Coblin lidward Bowne Meade Ferris James W. Harris Phelan Hawn A. VV. Lee David C. McCord Buford A. Short Richard Anderson james Beatty Andrew Broaddus G. B. Brown jack Clark Carl isle Corbin YVilliam Dunlap Fht installation of the local chapter was an event in 1893 nhile the founding lion 'lt Washington and Lee University dates to l865. XVnh 60 chapters. Kappa Alpha's ollicial organs are lvippt Alpha journal", "Illustrated Manual", and Ihe Kippa Alpha Directory". Crimson and old gold Kappa lpha National Social Fraternity HENIORS Robert li. Fisl1l1ack,jr. William M. Hannah Clark Henderson .IUNIORS W. Grant Lewis KI. L. Massic L. P. Robertson Earl B. Rose Shelby Shanklin G. D. Beach SOPHOMORES M. lVoold1'idge YV. -I. Askew -I. Ross Hunter PLEDGES Howard Freer Robert Grinslead McClure Kelly Gilbert Krentler William Hanson David Mahanes Daniel P. Marshall of the national organiza- are the flowers. OFFICERS Romana' E. F ISI-IUACK, JR. . Pieszdmt Romain' H. CLoUn . . Vice-Praszdcnt W. GRAN'1' LEWIS . Secretary CLARK HENIDLIRSON U Tveasurer hlsten W. SlJC2!.l'S,All' R. C. Wl1ayne,jr. john Baughman R. l,'. Stoll Ras Ware R. H. Waller J. H. Cooper Allen C. Karstrom ll. 'l'. jackson Ben Lowry Robert Meyer A. T. Reed Nelson Sehacht Waller Squires Nelson Woolcott John Dallavo Robert Bruner are the fraternity colors and the red rose and lTl'1bYl0lll. C.C. Carpenter, Harry Best, David Graham and Phil Miles are alumni on the faculty. Outstanding in many campus activities are Grant Lewis, llob Cloud Bob lfishbaek, and joe Massie. L Left to right: Row one Henderson Flshback Lewis Cloud Banghman Hannah Row two Whaync Lee Robertson Cooper Ferris Goblin Shanklln R010 HLTCC Karstroxn Beach Short Ware l'IH,l'l'lS Massie Waller Row four Hunter Wooldridge Jackson Askew McCord Rose E. Brown Row five Freer Dunlap Grinstcud Woolcotiz J. Kelly Reed Marshall Row six M. Kelly Meyer Dunn Anderson Corbln Beatty Hanson R010 580617, Dnllovo Mahnncs Squires Schacht B. Brown Clark Broaddus .53 f9-M lleta Cllaptel' EE .QXSQP Donald Bennett Howard Davis Fred Hill Pere Adair Charlie Brauer james Buckley George Close Troy Adams Kappa Sigma National Social Fraternity OFFICERS HOWARD C. DAVIS . . President LEE HUBER . . . . Vice-President WILLIAM E. KNMLBAL . . .Secretary DoNALn S. Br:NN12'r'r . Treasure1 SFNIORS Lee Huber Bill Knaebal JUNIORS Speed Gray joe Hodges SOPHOMORES Oscar Hayes PLEDGES Carl Hopkins Don Orme Ewan Phillips Bcaniis Samuels Plummer jones George Terrell Russell jones Wilfred Kelley Warren Schweder Jack Blair Birney Layson Bill Surles Frank Etscorn Alfred Nicholson Carroll Sweeney Dick Gard Lewis Sawin Milton Ticco Harry Seeger At the University of Virginia in 1869, Kappa Sigma green, and while are the Kappa Sigma colors with the is is founded, and the Bela Nu chapter was installed lily-oi'-the-valley as the fraternity flower. tt the University of Kentucky in 1901. There are Alumni on the faculty are Dr. W.D. Funkhouser one hundred and SCVCU Chapters- and Dr. L. L. Dantzler. Outstanding students are Ihc oiiicial magazine is "The Caduceusn. Scarlet, Lee Huber, and Howard Davis. Left to right Raw one Huber Bennett Knncbel Tcrrcll Row two Hodges Phillips Jones Orme Gray Row three Hayes Close Brnuer Buckley Sweeney Row four Sunni!! Hopkins Gard Jones Adnms Row five Surles Layson Nicholson Seeger Blau' amhda Chi Alpha National social Fraternity Maurice Anderson Oscar T. Dorton Henry'Chappell Tommy Combs Ansel Davis Ralph Dean VVirt Hooper ljaek Curtis OFFICERS SAM StMoN't'oN . . . P1'c.sident Mautuct-1 ANlJl'lRSON . Vice-President JACK CUR'1'1s . . bacwlary 0scAR DoR'roN Trcasttwr SICNIORS Sam Simonton W. tl. Simonton C. B. VVilliams JUNIORS Wallace L. Hislop David W. Keeling SOPHOMORICS PL EDCICS J. R. Hughes Virgil Kegley Buddy McHargue Bob Minton joe Leonard Allen Nutting Garland Prater Harold Rogers Jimmy Warren In lelnuary 1930, the local chapter ol' Lamhda Chi Alpha, lipsilon Phi, was installed on thc Kentucky campus. It is one ol' the 91 chapters alhliated with the national organization which was founded in Novem- her, 1909 at Boston College. The colors are purple, green, and gold: the frater- nity flower is the white rose. The Lambda Chi events are given in the national publication, "The Cross and The Crescent". john Carrico and Sam Simonton are popular Lambda Chis on the campus. Alumni on the faculty are Dr. Frank MacFarland, W. S. VVard, Dr. W. Patrick, Lieu- tenant Gene Myers, Lieutenant Colonel Barrett, and Dr. E. G. X'Velch. Left Lo right: Row one Dortou W. Simonton Anderson S. Simonton Row two Hislop Williams Kccling Curtis Row lhrcc Rogers Kirkpatrick Warren Davis Row jour Minton Chappell Nutting Kegley Epsilon Phi lllzqllpc-sl' hi elta Theta National Social Fraternity OFFICERS GENE RIDDELL . . President IVAN Porrs . . . . Vice-President SANFORD A. ALVERSON . . Secretary DAN DOGGlE'I'1' . . . Treasurer SENIORS Rodes Burnam Dan Doggett Gene Riddell james Caldwell John Courtney Lynn Allen San lord Alverson john Buchanan Clay William Collins john Dexheimer David Collins Roy Coons Beattie DeLong -lack Farris Bill Tuney Riley Bennett joseph C. DeLong Robert Courtney john Harry Feamstcr Arthur W. Francis G. Rollins Wood H. joseph Houlihan JUNIORS John Wesley Gaines Ernest Hillenmeyer Henry Hillenlneyer Wallace Hughes SOPHOMORES David Kinnaird Carroll Downs William Floyd Carl Garner Robert Hillemneyer PLEDCES David Francis Carl Haggard John C. Wharton Oscar Wright Pryor Hancock William S. Harris Frank A. Rogers Richards Swope James Marlowe Stanley Moore YVilliam Penick Ivan Potts W. R. Purycar William Marstella Harry Taylor Thomas L. Walker Atlee Wilson Donald J. Hillenmeyer William F. Mattingly Charles Nuckols Jelfries Prcwitt Jack Allen Ross Edward Hank Kentucky Epsilon, the local chapter of Phi Delta Theta, was installed on the campus in 1901 and is one of 108 chapters. Phi Delta Theta was l'ounded in the year 1848 at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. "The Scroll and The Palladium" is the Phi Delt publication. Azure and argent are thc colors while the white Carnation is the fraternity flower. Prominent Phi Delts in campus activities are james Caldwell, Rollins Wood. Bill Pcnick, Gene Riddell, and Ivan Potts. Zftkiwi , Q wr K I. Q A 3 ,. . A -f 4, f - M 4 4 . W N , N . , Sq, . Agsisr. A . , . , , 7fjQ,iQ.1f , h .f 1 V ? m ' ff15 5f.s,J Ll g , If 4 bf L N, ' K ':, V. ' f' N-, Mn -29 F 'L jf- h QA I v , y I , ' " - 1 t 3' if " 'J W aw 1 9 V f x N 4 ' X I .pi ' ' f'?JW'W 1 ' " V N1 'if , . . '. , 9111 MQ , we ' W 1' i la 1 L 'fl ' Q' : ., ,i., 'N ff" - A .Q 1 is 5, A 1 Aff 4 ' ff W mx A ,Ql ?V W Q,,3, r W ,. 'f'Y . 9 f , , , ., Q 4.., X N , , A f 2' ws w i 'Q if q Q25 lx Wfg ' 4 . A ' g X in .,.vT4. ' ...Try - W... . . , .,..,,. hi Kappa all National Social Fraternity john B. Conrad Edwin David Don Barker Russell Gresham Stewart Costello Gus Green Harold Dever john David Aubrey Fuller Malcolm Blevins C. A. Riley Richard Eubanks Thomas Williams -IoHN B. CONRAD IQOBERT PoLLoeK DoN BARKER . F Lovn Dic:Kl':RsoN S'liNl0RS Morry Holcomb JUNIORS john Burgin Roland Lamb SOPHOMORES Don Moore Donald Lail PLEDGES Brooks Coons Lloyd Waddell George Walker Harold Walls George Martin Ellsworth Wynn John Doddridge OFFICERS A l . President Vice-President Secretary K . Treasurer Robert Pollock D. H. Morris john L. Keller Don Cole Floyd Dickerson Wallace Perry Earl 'livans Claude Emrich Baker Slater Robert Thomas james Caywood Harold 'l"hebold Reese Bach The year 1906 saw the founding of Phi Kappa Tau -john ll. Conrad, Morry Holcomb, and Roland Lamb at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Kappa, the local are outstanding in activities at the University. Henry chapter, was installed on the University campus in ' ll. Moore, J. F. Freeman, Roy Moreland, Otto Koppius, 1920 and is HOW OIIC Ol' flli chapters in the national or- Robert Baker, and Miluricc Seay are alumni on the ganiza tion. 290 faculty. Left to rlght: R010 ONE Conrad David Pollock Holcomb Keller Row two Dickerson Barker Burgin Gresham Doddrldge Row three Cole Lail Green Morris Thomas Row four Martin Watts Evans Moore Eubanks Row five Fuller Winn Slater Waddell Blevins David Row six Riley Thcbold Williams Walker Caywood Em1'ich appa hapter hi Sigma appa National Social Fraternity OFFICERS FRANK E. fyBRIl'1N . President KI. liicuzrli-:R . . Vice-Presiclent ERNI-:s'r CAN'l'Ll'IY . Secretary .form Mc:CAa'rHY . Treasmfm' SENIORS Frank l'1.0'Brien james W. Belcher William Linss john McCarthy JUNIORS Ernest Cantley Roland Rogg PLEDGES Chester Bennett Harold Lathrem Robert Samer Charles Racke Ray Moore Stoy Wittcn Rupertjcrnigan Sam Cole Paul Kelly .la mes Conley Henry Bassett Phi Deuteron of Phi Sigma Kappa was installed on Outstanding in campus affairs are Frank O'Brien the University campus in November, 1926, and is now and William Linss. one of 56 chapters in the national organization. The Alumni who are on the faculty at the University fraternity was founded in H473 at Massachusetts State are Dean Patil Boyd of the Arts and Sciences College, College. The red carnation is the fraternity flower with Dean Edward NViest of the College of Commerce, Dr. silver and magenta the colors. "Signet" is the organ. M. H. Bedford, and Dr. E. A. Bureau. Phi , euteron hapter Left to right : R010 011-6 O'Brien Belcher Row two Conley Linss Row three Moore Witten Row four Lathrem Bennett Row flve Jernigan Samet Row sir Kelly Racke Q Aff . J". 3, : . H" Ve- Xa 'fri' qs. "Ja -on i Kappa Alpha National Social Fraternity Robert P. Brown Sam R. Ewing, jr. B. Paul Haskell Tom D. Harris William Downing William C. Palmer john MeKinstry William Hedges Willard Ovcrstreet Frank Bassham George Barker Tom Dulin jack Feierabend Perry Bronaugh William Duggins joe Clements Sam McElroy OFFICERS '1'oM D. .HARRIS WILLIAM But-'oRn FRANK Sl-IY . Wll.LlAM Htsnems . SICNIORS . President Vice-President S ecretary Treztsurm lirank Shy l.et,elle Stephenson Robert Rice john Cole john Ed l'e:m'e Williatn Neiser joe Burnette Stansell Fain jUNlORS ',Villiam McKenna SOPHOMORES William liulord PLEDGES john Goocllet Charles Burton Robert. Clark liugene Ramsey Kay jones Paul Kenton james Graham Frank Burger joseph Lewis Harry Gormatt Franklin Foster jack Hickey William Foley William liruekart Arthur Sanders Robert Welch Bernard O'NaI1 Kenneth Kiser joe Mulholland john Minogue Victor Comley George Nutter William Maxedon lhe University of Virginia was t1Ie scene of the e lililQlllllClll ol' the Pi Kappa Alpha lraternity ill 1868. Ihe Omega chapter was founded on the University cnnptts In june l90l and is one ol' 89 chapters alhli- ttul ntth the national organization. of-the-valley its flower. The national pub lieation ol' the l'raternity is "The Shield and Diamond." Ontstancling in campus activities are Sam liwtng, Patil Haskell and Bill Bruckart. Almnni on ty are Dr. H. H. Downing, R. D. Hatm, a Driver. C nnct mtl golcl are the lraterntty colors: the lily- the facul- nd Robert Left to right: Row one Downlng Harris Brown Ewing Hedges Row two Buford Lewis Stephenson Graham Haskell Rico Row three Fostex' McKlnsl,ry Hickey McElroy Shy Brucknrt Row four Dulin Faln Bnsslmm Burton Sanders Minogue Row five Dugglns Clark Kenton Mulholland Fciernbend Bnrkcr mega hapter igma Alpha silon 1 o 1 o i 0 National Social lfraternlty .john H. Clarke Buford Hall Carlisle Kirkpatrick Ben 'l'. Adams Leonard Greathouse Cene johnson Carey Adair Gayle Alexander Ward Darnell Alexander Hall Bill Hendrickson lirmal Allen Tommy Bell Bill Calvert George Dudley Ben Dyer Bill Evans Ben Euhank George Gilbert OFFICERS Burokn HALL . . President Rolufkr M. RocAN . Vice-President ALIQXANDIQR HALL . . Secretary JOHN H. CLARK1-1 Treasurer SICNIORS Brice Mcliuen William C. Nash Rex Osteen AIUNIORS .j. R. Masterson Wesley Mastin George Schlegel SOPHOMORICS john Klnnaird Orville Lamason Stuart Mahurin Charles Michler Boh Montgomery jack Nevett PLEDGES Lee Roy Hughes jack Ireland Ceorge R. Kelley Ben Kessinger Patil Kinnaird Walter Leet Warren Leet Harold Likens Clayton Masterson james R. Powers Roherl. M. Rogan oseph Granville Clark I-l. lfl. Sellars, jr. Gilbert Wymond james Young Terry Noland Dave Parker Everett Penick Dick Stone Willis Sutherland Bart N. Peak, Jr. Robert Perry Tom Rhea,jr. Othor Shadwick jack Taber Pete Triplett Clay Vallandingham Billy C. Walker Dick Webb Floyd Guthrie joe B. Hall Covington Haynes Founded at the University ol' Alahama in l856, the Sigma Alpha lipsilons now have ll0 chapters in the United States. The lraternity was installed locally as Kentucky Epsilon Chapter in February. 1900. Outstanding men on the campus are Bul'ord Hall, Leonard Creathouse, john Clarke, and Bill Nash. Clenu Million Bill Young Dick Young Alumni on the faculty are ILS. Good, Grady Sellards, Thomson Bryant, C. C. Jett, Larry Garland, and Job Turner. The oflicial organ is "The Record". The flower is the violet while the fraternity colors are purple and gold. l Left to right: Row one Rogan J. H. Clarke Osteen A. Hall Kirkpatrick McEuen B. Hall Row two Schlcgcl Nash Powers Adams Grcnthousc- G. Johnson G. Clark Row Nzrcc J. Mastcrson Darnell Pcnlck Alexander Sellars Sutherland Wylnond Row four J. Klnualrcl '1 riplctt Montgomery P. Klnnnlrd Parkcr J. Young Nevctt Row Hue Llkcns W. R. Young Pcalc Kelly Nolan Mlchler Mnhurln Row sin: Webb Hall Rhea Adair Mastln Stone Million Row seven Ireland Lamason Vnllandlnglmm Evans Shadwlck Calvert Guthrie Row eight Lcet Perry W. Young Dudley Dyer Hughes C. Mastcrson psilon hauptel' ' Willianl C. Boston H. Houston Curtis john Charles Doeli 'l'homas C. Greis joseph H. Back Paul C. Combs George Edwards Alvarado Funk William Gunn Raymond Burnetle Kilmer Combs Belvard Friend Si gma Chi National Social Fraternity OFFICERS T1-1oMAs C. Gurus . Praszdenl PAUL C. Coivms . Vice-President SAM A. Molutow . . .Szcrctmy R. DOUGLAS MoN'roNDo Treasurer Sli N l O RS Willialn D. Killea Carl Miller Paul Relnn james C. Routt j UNIORS Thomas G. Dingus SOPHOMORIZS Richard Koch Sam A. Morrow Harold j. Rucker 1'I.liDGliS William Fowler Hal Hackett William D. MeHone Phillip McGuire Douglas Montondo Roger Caudill Squire Williams james Wine George D. Poole Thomas F. Zinn Richard Schubert Claude W. Trapp William Schmitt Vernon Sloan Ben Sullivan Everett Warren jack Osborne Sigma Chi, national social fraternity, now has 97 chapters in the United States. lt was founded at Miami University in 1855 and installed on the Kentucky campus as Lambda Lambda Chapter in l893. The white rose is the fraternity flower with blue and gold as thc colors. "The Magazine ol' Sigma Chi" and "The Sigma Chi Bulletin" are the othcial fraternity publica- tions. Members ol' Sigma Chi who are prominent on the campus are james Wine, Houston Curtis and Squire XVilliams. Major j. E. llrannan is an alumnus ol' Sig- ma Chi on the I'aculty at the University. Left to right: R010 One Cnudill Grels Curtis Wine Dingus Row two Rohm Klllcn Miller P. Combs Montondo Row Utrcc Poole Doerx' Buck Zinn Boston Row 1 our Gunn Rucker Morrow Routt Burnettc Row flue Schubert Trapp Schmitt Hackett Warren Koch Row six Sloan McGuire McHonc K. Combs Friend Funk ambda Lambda haptel ll 1 t .I V. , , f' , ' .' 4, 1-' 'Q vi' N 0 wi' . E: '- ' .2 l-'f igma u National Social Fraternity I -james Collier .james I". Gordon William ll. Adams William Ames -james XV. Brown. jr. J. C. Cook Marion N. Berry Frank B. Hale Marvin Akers A. Back Albert Baldwin William Blanton Dale Booth Melvin Brewer Dorchie Greasy Thomas Dieterle Keith Farnsley Xrthur W. Gent:ry,J l'. 'IAMISS W. BROWN, JR HENRY D. HAMMACK W1LI.tAM B. Atmtvrs 1"tzANK B. Haut: . SEN l ORS .james ti.C1ook -tumoas Iiarl I". l-laclclen liclward Kneplle Gus Petro SOPHOMORES I-Ienry D. I-Iammack Harold 'l't'adet' PLEDGES Sloan Griffin 'lack M. Hamilton Charles William Harbaugh -john Hurst Hiram Johnson Priest Kemper Charles King Harold Lindsay C. W. Maloney OFFICERS . Prettdant . Vice-P1 eszdc nt Scarf tary . T1 caruret 'vines R. Howell .. l'. Hamilton Walter Rulty Warren Shaw Ellis 15.Survant Edward Konopka XV in lielcl W. Ward Paul Wcsterlield Vincent Martin NVilliam Mason George Maxey Yvilliam Mills William Mitchell Hugh Owen Bromlield Ridley Sam O. Smith Vincent Splane V. Wilson Stg,,ntt Nu, lotmcled in l869 at thc Virginia Military "The Delta" is the organizations publication lnstttutt. now has 96 chapters. Gamma Iota, at the Uni- james Gordon, James Cook, and james Brown .ue versity ol? Kentucky, was installed in 1902. The frater- prominent in campus aIl'airs. "Ah" Kirwan tnd Major nity is represented by a color scheme ol' white, black, A. R. C. Saunders are alumni olf Sigma Nu who tre on md gold, the l't'at.ernity llower is the white rose. the faculty. Left to right: Row one Ames Gordon Hnmmack Brown Adams Collier Row two J. G. Cook Huddcn Shaw Hamilton Howell J. C. Cook Petro Row three Konopku Knepfle Survant. Trader Westerflcld Berry Ruby Row four Lindsay Ward Hale Martin Back Kemper Mnxey Row five Maloney Mason Wllson Mills Blanton Dleterle Griffin Row six King Booth Gentry Johnson Smith Hnrbaugh Mitchell '-1' , 7'-JA I Gaunman, total JIIEIIIIZIEI' 55 "3 Sigma hi silon National. Social Fraternity OFFICERS .IACK S. GA'l'PlOlf . President' C. J. 1lIClC . Vice-Pre.sident . Blu. Slseo . Sec:remry -lou D. RAINE Treasurer SENIORS Wally Pemher Joe D. Raine C. J. Rice H. Hudclle J. S. Gathof JUNIORS Bill Sisco Bronston Redmon L. A. Boyd john Vclton SOPHOMORIES jack Aickcn W. Blythe john McLellan PLIEDGICS Jack jameson Chester Bowman C. Harrocl Roy Davis Bob Maugher T. J. Martin Jimmie YVerst Jim Woollum Harry Ilreamer lhe University of Richmond was the location of Among well known students on the campus are Joe thc lust ch tptcr of Sigma Phi Epsilon, established in Raine, Jack Gathol, and jack Ramos. 1901 while the local alliliate, Kentucky Alpha, was in- The rosc and the violet, flowers ol' the fraternity. stillecl in 1933. The local chapter is one ol' 73 chapters give the ollicial colors, red and purple. The publica- tlnoughout the country. tion is "The Sig lip Journal". l lpha Left to right: Row one Huddle Raine Rice Row two Blythe Ramos Velten Row three Meagher Pembex' Slsco Row four Davis Aicken Werst Row five Bowman Harrod Woollum hapter 'fi vin 1 ffm Y X " .oh 11V Vo :'.-.EIXJ " ,Q , ,J -q ffl? 4' : gym... . X '-:L f Hf.:T"'5'-f riangle National Social Fraternity R. K. BraowN1No Roman LYONS . Ro1.L111:Ast-IURs't' . A. L. C1-tAM1ncRs, -IR. H. L. JONES OFFICERS . President . . Vice-President' . Recording Secretary . C orrespondirlg S eere tary . . . Treasurer Curtis llaumgardner R. K. Browning Thomas Carhartt M. R. Downey Clyde Calvert Robin Marlin A. L. Chambers Colby Gentry Paul Hensley Phillip Hunt Aaron Moss SENIORS jim Ham Clayton Young I-I. L, jones .I UNIORS Joe Nitzschke Marion Stewart William Campbell SOPI-IOMORIES Walter Barton Lowrey Rodney McKitrick PLEDGES A. J. Spare Cecil Ballard Paul Laine Bob Alexander Roger Lyons Chester Raeuchlc R. R. Taliaferro Chester Brown Carl Combs Dan Sabo C. P. Mundrane Louis Farmer Jack Morris Shelby Bowman Charles Sebastian james Eldon Joh nston Robert Ping James Steele Hinton ln 1907, at the University of Illinois, the Triangle fraternity, for engineering students only, was nationally founded: and locally it was founded as Kentucky Chap- ter in October, 1920. Sixteen chapters compose the national organization. 'Friangle doings and events ap- pear in "The Triangle Review". The carnation is the fraternity flower and the colors are old rose and gray. R. K. Browning, Curtis Baumgardner, and R. R. Talla- ferro are doing things on the campus. On the faculty, the alumni are Col. J. H. Graham, D.V. Terrell. Chambers, li. B. Farris, li. A. Nollau, C. Crouse, Steve Saunier, and Phillip Emrath. Left to right: R010 0718 Browning Ashurst Lyons Carhartt Raeuchle Row two Ham Chambers Baumgnrdner Young Jones Row three Nietzchke Snbo Culvert Campbell Martin Row four Mundrnnc Downey Combs Stewart Lowrey McKit1'1ck Row five Bowman Spare Sebastian Smith Morris Gentry Ynmma an lpha Loral Social Fraternity CRADUA'l'l'1 S'l'llll'lCN'l' Gerald Greenfield QIUNIOR I lnrolcl tloxeplx linker SOPIIOMORICS llersliel I-l.I,owcnlI1:1l SCylll0lll's1llllllCl Paulding 'luck Mnnry Pnrill Marvin Weil Bing' l'nul joseph Cohen Irving Rosenslein SENIORS jack Lanier Golclenlmerg Simon Levy lili Levy l'Ll2lJGl'1S Henry M. lliallick Hurry Milton Miller llennell Saul lirockl YVilli:nn Marlin Folks Lznwrencc Wilfred Schneider Max Robert llookhincler Roller! llcrnnrcl l'lClllll2lII Left to right: Row one Pnrltz Baker E. L cvy Goldenbcrg Row two Cohen Gruenfield S. Levy Lowcnl hal Row three Bing Miller Blnllck Folks llousemothers ALPHA GAMMA IIliI.'I'.-X Mus. IIUIIN I'I.u:l-:N ALPHA GAMMA RHO M us. W. S. SIXI:Yl'III'IRS AI.PIIA SIGMA PHI Mus. ml. A. PILIIIIC AI.PI-IA 'I'AU OMEGA Mus. I". Iimnlu' AI.PIIA XI DI'1I.'I'A Mus. Wll,1.IIm:11lf,s CHI OMICGA Mus. 'IOIIN Iflfuzrslx IJ'I'1l.'I'A GIII Mus. I-I. G. IIo'r'l's IIlCI.'I'A III'1I.'l'A IIl+lI.'I'A Mus. I-Ifuuu' I.l':l4 IJIiI.'I'A 'I'AU I3Iil.'l'A Mus. ll. 'I'. BIIRIIILIIIGIC DICI.'I'A ZIC'I'A M us. Smmll 'l0lIIi'I"l' KAPPA ALPHA MRS. ANmu-iw IIOWMAN KAPPA DI'1I.'l'A Mus. l'Il':l.r:N Dlczlufzv KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Mus. GIQORGIC NMVMAN KAPPA SIGMA Mus. G. 'l'l1Al'Nr',l.I.IONI-is LAMBDA CHI ALPHA M us. W. P. R1-11-zu PHI ll'I'1I.'I'A 'I'I-IIC'I'A Mus. 'I'. S. HM:.xN PHI' KAPPA 'I'AU Mus. Iiluu' Simms PHI SIGMA KAPPA Mus. W. S. BILOAIIIIIJS Pi KAPPA ALPHA Mus. l,n.1.mN WMLNI-an SIGMA ALPHA IQPSILON Mks. lfI.IlAlIE'I'll I.UxoN SIGMA GHI MRS. Hum. Sl',xm.nlN1: SIGMA NU MRS. W1XI.'I'liR DRIJRY SIGMA PHI IQPSILON Mus. 'l'. W. Swvrz,-x'1"1' 'l'RIANGI.Ii Mus. Ii'rluc1.If1sl1 ZICTA 'I'AU ALPHA MRS. ll. C. 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Professors ...... .. ......... 62 61 89 ......84-87 83 Scenes ...,,,,,, ........ 6 4, 65 Seniors .................. .,....... 'I 4-83 Sophomores .............. Agriculture Council Engineering .............Y... 88 . .... 66 A. I. E. E. ..................... ....... 1 81 Alma Magna Mater ..... ........ 2 28 Alpha Chl Sigma ......... ........... 9 4 Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Alpha Gamma Delta ...... Gamma Rho .......... Lambda Delta ....... Sigma Phl ........... Tau Omega Xl Delta .......,.............. ..,.... Zeta .......,..,....................... .... 254, 255 272, 273 58 274. 275 276, 277 256, 257 67 Arts and Sciences College ............ 90-127 90 Administration ................ ....... Freshmen . ......... . Juniors ............ Professors ...... Scenes .......... Seniors .........,., SODh0l'X10l'6S .................. .... . . ..,,....125-127 ,........116-122 91 ....92. 93 . ........ 102-115 123, 124 162 , ...... 17 A. S. C. E. ....................... ........ 1 Assistant Dean of Women ...,..... A. S. M. E. .....................,...... .......... . 163 Autographs ................... ,,....... ......... 3 0 8-310 B Band ................. ....... ........... Band Personnel .................. 218 219 229 Baptlst Student Union ...... ....... Baseball .................................. .......,. 2 02-204 Basketball ,,,,,,,....,......,.. ..................... 1 96-200 Beauty Queen Contestants ,............... 22 Beauty Queen Winners ....... ......... 2 2-27 Burton, Anna Ruth ........ Johnson, Julia ........... Palmore, Mattlgene ...,. Smith, Vlrglnla ......... Thiel, Jean ................ Beta Gamma Sigma ..........,........... Block Board Boles, 27 25 24 23 26 131 and Bridle ................................., 68 Board of Student Publications .....,.. 44 of Trustees ,.................l ............. 1 5 S. A. .........................,.................... 188 Dean P. P. ........,,,..... .... 9 0 Boyd, Business Agent ....... . .............. .. Business Education Club ...,. Business Office .................... C 16 230 16 Campus Personalities .... ......... 2 9-37 Chl Delta Phl . ,............. .....-...----.- 9 5 Chl Omega ,M ....,,,,,,..,. ,....,. 2 58, 259 Chorlsters ........................... ----------- 2 21 Clifton, Louis ...- .................... .....----, . 18 Colleges Division Pages ................-- 38. 39 Commerce College .............. ......... 1 28-143 Administration .........l... .....--.-.- 1 28 Freshmen ........... .......--....,- 1 43 Juniors ...,....... --------- 1 38-141 Professors ...... .-------.,- 1 29 Scenes ............ Seniors ......... - .... ------1.- Sophomores .......... 130 137 132- 142 Concert Band ....... . ..,. - -1-1v----- 220 Cooper, Thomas P. ...... ------1- 1 4, 52 Croft, Lysle T. ......,,. . Cwens .................... .,......... D 91 56 Dairy Club ..............--------,,--,,.,-.--- ---- '7 3 Dean 01' Graduate School ....... .... 1 9 Dean of Men ......,,.,..............--, --1- 1 7 Dean of Women .... ...1--,---- 1 7 Dedication ........---- ---------------- 8 1 9 Delta Chl ........... .....,..278. 279 age nd Delta Delta Delta ....... Delta Tau Delta ......... Delta Zeta ...............,........ ......... E Education College ........... Adminlstratlon .... Bulldlng .............. Juniors ....,...,.,,... Professors .... Scenes .........,........... Seniors ...,....,.....,...,.,,,,,... 260, 261 280, 281 262, 263 .......144-155 144 147 .......153 155 145 146, 147 . ...,... 148 152 173 Engineering College ......, ....... 1 56- Administration ....... Freshmen ..,............. Juniors ............ Professors .... Scenes ........ Seniors .........,....... Sophomores .......... EVB.l1S, Dean A. E. ...,..... .. F Faculty Autographs ...... ......... Fall Festival ...............,,...,,,.. ...... FEB.t1lI'6S D1V1S10l1 Pages Fencing ,.,...,...,,.,,.,,...,...,,... Football ..... .... Foreword .... 4-H Club ............ Fraternities ................... Freeman, W. E. ........,,......... .. Freshman Basketball .,..,, Freshman Football ....... Freshman Tennis ......,. Freshman Track ........ Funkhouser, W. D. ..,,., . G Gamma Tau Alpha .,.,, Golf ........................................ Governor Keen Johnson 156 173 170, 171 157 158. 159 .......166-169 172 174 308, 309 69 ....,....20, 21 212 .......190-194 15715- 7 72 306 156 201 195 209 207 .. 19 306 210 15 Graham, Dean J. H. ...,.... ......,..,....., 1 56 Greeks Dlvlslon Pages ...... ...,..,.. 2 50, 251 H Home Economics Club ..... Horlacher, L. J. .,,.......,. . Housemothers ............., I In Memoriam ................. , ....,, Interfraternlty Council J Juniors ............,,.............. Agriculture ,..........,... Arts and Sciences ...... Commerce ........,........ Education ................... K K Club .................,............. ...... Kappa Alpha ............... Kappa Delta .................... ......... Kappa Kappa Gamma ...... .......,. Kappa Sigma .................... ......... Kentucklan .,.... Kernel ............ Keys ...,.......... ....... Kirwan, Ab ...,,. ........,.... L Lambda Chl Alpha ...... .....,... Lamp and Cross ...,...... Lampert, C. A. .,..,,,,, . Lances ................... Law College ........... Administration .... Professors .....,...,, Scene ................... Seniors ..... Students ........,.. Law Journal .,..,....,...... Lenshawks .....,................. M Memorial Hall ,,.,..........., Men's Glee Club ...,,..,, 71 62 307 10 271 ....,..84-87 . ....... 116-122 ..........138-141 154, 155 170, 171 213 282, 283 264 266, 284, 285 45-47 , ,265 267 ff:-as-so 57 188 286, 287 54 217 55 ,......174-183 174 175 176 181 180, .......--- 182 177 231 216 223 Military Department ...,. ......... 2 40 Colonel Donnelly ..... Companles .............. 240 245 .......2-13 Military Stal! ............,.. Regimental Staff ....... R.O.T.C. Sponsors ..... Modern Dance ..........., Mortar Board ........,,.. Most Popular Man ........... N Norwood Mining Society O Omicron Delta Kappa .,,.... P 241 242 248 215 "ffl 51 za 164 52 Page Index .......,.....,..,.....,,.,,, ,,,,,,,. 3 11 Pan-Hellenic Association ,,,. ..,.,.,.... 2 53 Pershing Rifles .................... .............. 2 47 Personal Index ...............,... ,......., 3 15-319 Phi Alpha Delta ..... Phi Alpha Theta ..... Phl Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Beta ..........,..., Delta Phi ......... Delta Theta ....... Kappa Tau ...... Mu Alpha ..,...,.,,,. Sigma Kappa ,...,,... Upsllon Omicron ..,,. Photographic Club ..,,.. Pl Kappa Alpha ......... Pitkin Club ....,.............,.,. R Registrar .....,....,........... Registrars Office .,.,., Rupp, Adolph .,,,..,., .,.... Scabbard and Blade S Scenes .......,..........,................ S0l110l'S ..............,...,,,..... Agriculture ............. Arts and Sciences Commerce ............. Education ............ ,,.. , Engineering .,... LEW ...,....,.....,.... Shelby House .............. Shlvely. Bernie .............. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ...... Sigma Chi ..................,...,... Sigma Sigma Nu ......,...,,,.....,..,.,.,,,.. sigma Phi Epsilon ....,.. Sigma Pl Sigma ..... Simfonletta ........... ,......... ,.., .......... 2 2 5 Snaps ..................., Sororltles ................... Starns. Gayle ..,......... Student Autographs Student Government ..,.. Student Union Board ....... .....10l. ........166 Gamma Epsilon ., .,.. .....186, ...............254- Student Union Biuldlng ...... Student Union Desk ......... SuKy Swimming Team ...,........... Symphony Orchestra ...,, T Table of Contents ....... Tau Beta Pl ...........,.... Taylor, Dean W. S. ..... . Tennis Theta siEHli"'i51XI"fQfi Title Page ................ Track Triangle .......... W. A. W A. ..................,...... . Wh0's Who ................... Wlest, Dean Edward ...... Women's Glee Club ...... Y 178 96 97 179 288, 289 290, 291 224 292, 293 70 232 294, 295 233 16 16 188 226, 249 ...,...f"""1fQQQQfQQF24iii5 ........102-115 132- 13 'I ,.......148 152 169 180, 181 234 .. ......... 187 296, 297 298, 299 98 300, 301 302, 303 99 252, 270 269 310 42 43 40 277 59 211 217 11 160 144 208, 209 100 ........4, 5 205, 206 304, 305 214 ....60, 61 128 222 235 Y. M. C. A. Senior Cabinet ........, Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. Fresh- man Club .,,,,,,,,....,,.,.,.................... - ..... 238 Y, M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. Sopho- more Commission ,,............................ 237 Y. W. C. A. Senior Cabinet ..... ....... 2 36 Z Zeta Tau Alpha ............ ....... 2 68. 269 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS lingwmivvg--Ruvko ENGRAVING CoMvANY Cincinnati, Ohio Pm'Lmil.s' mid COTl'l,7I7,67'IffIll PiC'f?l7'C.9-rI'l'Il" Lexington, Kentucky P7'i7llfIlg-'lil-Ili K1+:N'1'Uc:KY KERNEL Lexington, Kentucky IJIIIIGT'-OXl"0IiIJ Pfxifizu CoMvANY Rumford, Maine l7lkS-BRADEN SU'1'1fuiN INK COMPANY Cleveland, Ohio Covers and Binaling-K1NGsl'ok'1' PRESS Kingsport, Tennessee LA IVAY l'1'l"l',E STUDI O Action lfootluill and liaslmllmll l'iel11ms'-MACK 1-IUGHES Lexington, Kentucky Albert, Vernon ..42, 44, 60, 160, A Abraham, Harriett Grace Adair, Adams, Adams, Adams Carey Mason ........ Benjamin T. .... . Martha ............. , Perry ,...,,.,......,.,,.,,. ........138, .......46, Adams, Staley Fields ...,., ......... 1 60, Adams, Troy E. ..................... ......., . Adams, Wllllam Blake ..... ......... Agnew, Mildred ...................,.....,...,.... 70, Alcken, Jack ..., ...................,...........,. 57, 166, Alexander, Vernon Gayle ....... - .... Alfred, Katherine . ..,............ .. Allen, Allen, Allen, Ermal .................... Jane Ellen ...- ..... Ladye Kathlyn ......,. Cecil Francls .......70, ........154, Allen, Leonard Barnes ...... .....,, 5 7, Allen, Lynn ..........,......... ..........,...,. Allen, Peggy Jo ,........ ................... Allen, Robert V. ..........,........... 42, 54, Allison, John Runkle ..... .,......,.......... Alverson, Sanford .,...., ....,..... 5 0, Ames, William H. .................... ..,..... . Ammerman, Edward Clifton ....,...,. 74, Ammerman, Howard Kendall ...,........ Ammerman, James P., Jr. Ammons. Robert James Anderson, Anderson, Mary Louise ..,,.. Anderson, Maurice E. ...., . Anderson, Richard ...... . .... Anderson, Sarah Gibson Andrew, Ronald .,,............... Angelucci, Phlllp J. ..... . Angle, Dorothy ............ .......42, ........154, ........102, .......46, Arclsz, William ...,...................... ..... Arnold, Helene ....................... ...............-- Arnsparger, Margaret Lowry ..,......... Artz, Betty Rhine ..,....................... 148. Ashurst, Rollle ...... Askew, Wllllam ........59, 170, Avent, Betty .......... . .--........,--- Ayres, Clara E. .,..... ........ 1 16, Ayres, Dennis A. ....... ..........- - B Been, Nellie Mae ........ ......... Back, Adrian Cv., Jr., ....... Back, Joseph H. .......... ............... 1 18, Baller, Pauline ...................... 116, 253, Bailey, Henry Clifford Bailey, Louise ................. Balrd, Robert E. ......... . Baker, Dorothy .................. Baker, Harold Joseph ..... Baker, BHll'leI', Willard J. .....,..... . Alberta ................ Bauldauf, Josephine .,.,.... Baldwin, Bernice .......... Baldwin, Joseph ............... Ballard, Glenna Carr Ballingal, Evelyn .......... Barger, James T. .,.... . 16, ...ff...1e2, Barker, Donald F. ..........,........ .....170, Barker, George Edwin Barlow, Chrlstlne Gertrude ........ 174, Barnard, Alma Louise .................. 116, Barnard, Sidney Charles Barnes, Tom . ........................ ..... ,.... 8 4 , 102 297 297 259 224 170 285 301 74 303 235 297 102 154 74 267 273 289 84 102 84 289 301 224 132 74 281 170 255 287 283 259 170 132 234 102 74 255 255 305 283 259 265 102 148 310 299 265 148 265 273 269 306 102 230 56 102 'Z35 267 148 102 291 295 234 269 277 273 rsonal ndex Barnhlll, James C. ..... .......... 8 4 Barr, Berenlce ......... .- ........... 265 Barrow, Lora .,................. ........,. 1 38, 267 Barry, Louella Albers ...........,..... - ....... 154 Barton, Mary Louise .............. 95, 177, 181 Bass, Ken .................,.....,.. .................,,. 2 77 Bassham, Frank ..,.. ..............,,,,, 4 6, 295 Bauer, Albert C. ......... ...,... 1 16, 224, 279 Baughman, John H. .............,........ 166, 283 Baumgardner, Curtis ............ 59, 166, 305 Baynham, Jane ........................ 49, 116, 267 Beach, G. D. ................... .......... 1 16, 283 Bean, Frank Dawson ....... .......... 1 48, 235 Beard, Frances ............ .............. .. ...84, 259 Beard, Jesse ...... ........................... 2 77 Beasley, Vlrgll ..... ....... 6 0, 178, 180, 277 Beatty, Jim ............ .............,.......,.,... 2 83 Beeler, Dorothy ...................................... 257 Beers, Everett J. ................ 67, 68, 74, 273 Belcher, James Woody ................ 132, 293 Belcher, Pauline .............. .............. 1 02 Bell, Bllly Woodson ..... .......... 1 02, 277 Bell, Mary Bralnard ....... ,...,, 1 16, 261 Bell, R. Leonard .,.,...,.... ..,....... 2 81 Bennett, Chester ,............. .............. 2 93 Bennett, Donald S. .............. ...... 1 32, 285 Bennett, Mary Elizabeth ...... ...,.,, 7 4 Bennett, Mary Elizabeth ...... ....... 1 16 Bennett Rlley ........,,....,..,,,,,. ,..,... 2 89 Berry, Marion N. ...,. .,,,.,..,, 3 01 Bevlns, Anna Mae ...,.. .,,,., 1 32, 257 Blallck, Henry M. ...,... ,,,,,,, 3 05 Bing, Marvin .,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 06 Blnkley, Myrtle ...........,., ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,. 5 6 Blrk, Jane Carpenter .,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 56, 58 Blackburn, Helen Cary ........ 148, 230, 255 Blain, Jean Hart ,,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,- 74 Blain, Jeanette ..,..,,.,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 4 Blair, Jack Warren ...... .....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 2 a5 Blandford, William O. .......... 74, 235, 273 Blanton, Bill ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 74 Blanton, William Lee ........................ 301 Bleldt, Jack Rutherford ...........,......., 102 Blevins, Mary Ann ,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 59, 84, 257 Blevins, Malcolm .,,..,.,..,,,,. ,.,...,,.,,.,, 2 91 Blue, James L., Jr. .,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,., 6 3, 74 Blythe, Winston Layton ...... .......... 3 03 Boaz, Mary Lewis ........,...,,..,,,,, 255 Bockmon, Barbara ..............,,...,,,,,,..,..., 255 Bode, John Carman .,......,,,,,.,, 54, 170,.279 Boggs, Robert C. ............................... -... 102 Bohannon, Betty Edwards ...........,.... 259 Bohnak, Joseph A. .......................... 57, 279 Boles, John ...................... .............. 1 79 Bondurant, John C. ..... ....... 1 38, 277 Bonta, James Ceoll ..,.... ....... 6 8,74 Booher, Georgia Terry ....... ....... 2 65 Booth, Dale R.. ...................,... ....... 3 01 Boston, George Wllllam ..... ........... 2 99 Bottorff, Betty .................. ....... 1 38, 255 Botts, Seth Talbott Jr. ....... ....... 2 81 Bowers, Landon .....,,.............. .... 1 02 Bowling, James Thomas ........ ....... 2 81 Bowman, Chester ...........,...,. ....... 3 03 Bowman, Warren Shelby .................... 305 Bowne, Edward, Jr. ............ ....... 1 38, 283 Bowne, Jeanne ......,. ....... 1 02, 255 Boyd, Harry M. ..,.., ....... 6 7, 74 Boyle, James A. ............ ................. 1 02 Bradford, Marlon H. .......... 236, 265 Brandon, H. E., Jr. .... ....,......... 7 4 Branson, Jean ......... ,..,... 1 03 Brauer, A. Charles ..,,.................,.......... 285 Breeden, Betty ...................... 148, 214, 263 Breeding, Carolyn Tate .,,.,......... 116. 259 Brehm, Walter Raymond .................... 103 Brlghtwell, Louise Thomas ................ 116 Brlngardner, Anne .......................... 84, 255 Britton, Marjorie Maye ....... ............ 1 48 Broaddus, Andrew V. ....... ........ 2 83 Brock, Dottl Allen .......... ............ 1 32 Brockman, Mary Lee ......... ........ 1 16, 265 Bronston, Betty Taylor ................ 103, 259 Brown, Bedford .............. ........ 2 83 Brown, Berttlna ....... ............... 1 02 Brown, Chester L. ......,......................... 84 Brown, F. Elizabeth .............. 46, 100, 103 Brown, Florence E. ...,...... ................... 2 69 Brown, Floyd .................................. 160, 166 Brown, James Wyatt, Jr ..... 138, 271, 301 Brown, Lucille .......................................- 58 Brown, Margaret H. ..... ........ 1 54. 259 Brown, Robert Paul ....... ........ 1 03, 295 Brown, Rosemary ..... ..................... 138. 259 Browne, Ella Watson .....................-.--- 255 Browning, R. K. .................... 166, 271, 305 Bruckart, William L. .,.. 46, 170, 271, 295 Brummett, Lee D. ...........................----- 277 Bruner, Dick .............. ........,....----- 4 9, 233 Bryan, Robert C. .... -------- 2 73 Bryant, Harry ........ ---,- 2 73 Bryson, Juliette ................ ----- 2 55 Bucher, Lella Regina ....... ----- 2 03 Buchanan, James R. ...... -------- 1 '70 Buckley, James Joe .... .----------- 2 35 Buford, Wllllam B. .....,..- v,------ 1 03, 395 Burbrldge, Mrs. J. W. .... ---------'-- 3 07 Burgess, Virginia Lee ....... ------------ 1 48 Burgin, John, Jr. ........... -------- 1 33, 291 Burke. A. T. .................. --'--------- 8 4 Burke, Robert Otto ...- ------------ - - 281 Burnam, Rhodes K. .... ..--,------v 1 03- 239 Burnette, Mary Lee ....... -------- 4 3, 133, 230 Burnette, Ray ........... --------------'---- 2 99 Burrler, Mary ........--, -,-------------------- 2 57 Burrus, Donlphahh ....... ---------- 4 2- 90: 103 Burton, Anna Ruth ..... ........ 2 7, 116, 259 Burton, Charles R. -...-- ------------ 1 10: 295 Burton, Robert ..... -.--,----- - ------- 133, 231 Busneu, Albert C. ........................------- 281 Butler, Benjamin J. ........ 67, sa, 75, 273 Butler, Elizabeth Frances .......... 103, 255 Byrnslde, Virginia AV1CB ------------ 143, 330 C Caldwell, James Milton ............ 48, 52. 60 103, 289 Calvert, Clyde S., Jr. ...,.------, 55. 170, 305 Calvert, William D. ....... ...-.------,--,--- 2 97 Camack, Martha .......,.----- ----- 1 03 Campbell, John Paris ....... - ------, 132 Campbell, Lowell Dallas ...... ......... 6 8, 84 Campbell, Terry Lee ........... ........ 6 8. '75 Campbell, William F. ..-. -------- - ----- 3 05 Canary, Harriet ............ ........ 1 16, 255 Cannon, Sally .................- ---------- - 104 cantrlll, Margaret ............. ........-. 4 9, 138 Cantrill, Vlrglnla Aswell ..... ....... .. 361 Cardwell, Grover C., Jr. .................... 166 Carhartt, Marie Corinne Palms ........ 166 Carhartt, Thomas .......................... 166, 305 Carroll, William T. ...,. ............... 2 79 Carter, Thomas Roy ...... - ........... 132 Cary, Mary ........ Casner, Jack .,..,.....,. Caswell, Henry C. Caudlll, Roger Cavlse, Paul J. ...., . er onal ndex Caywood, Jim ............,..,, .4,,,.,, , Chambers, Alvin ......,,,,,., Chapman, Betty Jane .....,. Chenault, Nancy ....,........, Chappell, Henry C. ...... . .......59 Cherry, Roberta ......... ,,,,,,,,,,,, Chestnut, Jane .,.,...,.,.,,,... ,,,,,,,,,, 4 8, Clark, Carmel Gordon ..,,, .,,,,,,.,,,, Clark, Donald Jack ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Clark, E. Paul ................,...,...,,,.,,,,,,.. 84, Clark, Frank E. .......... 42, 67, 68, 75, 84 281 273 299 246 291 305 257 84 287 70 259 104 283 273 273 297 277 84 295 257 178 297 68 273 289 180 180 273 285 283 148 166 283 104 275 255 255 306 291 116 154 301 116 289 289 166 234 64 166 305 299 299 116 259 259 104 293 267 267 60 291 277 301 301 289 283 283 Clark, J. Granville ..... 52, 177, 178, Clark, John R. ,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 132, Clark, Marian ....,.,, .,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Clark, Robert H. ..... ............,,,,,, , Clark, Virginia Dee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 46, 49, Clarke, John I-lord, Jr. .......,,,,,,,,,,, 52, 181, Clay, Glenn W. ..... ......., 5 4, 60, 67, 75, Clay, John Buchanan ........,.,. 68, 84, Clay, Wllliam Howard .......,......,,,, 179, Clore, Harold Kelly ...,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 178, Clore, John G. ,... 47, 52, 67, 68, 75, Close, George W. .,,.,,,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Cloud, Robert I-1. ........ 132, 248, 247, Clugglsh, Stanford ........,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, Coblln, Granville ,......,.....,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 59, Coblin, Weldon .............. 59, 181, 246, Cochrane, H. Mark ....,,..,.....,,,, 52, 54, 224, 271, Cockrlel, Lorrayne .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 154, Codell, Alice Williams ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 8 4, Cohen, Paul J. ..,,......,....,., ,,,,,,,,,,, , Cole, Donald .......,...... ,.,.,,,,,, 8 4, Cole, Irene Colette .....,. ...,.,.,,,,, Coleman, Mildred ..... ..... Collier, James .......,...,. ,,,,, Collins, Arthur S. ..... ,,,. . Colllns, David W. ..... ,.,,,,,,,,, , Collins, Wllllam T. ....., ,,,,,,,, 1 18, Colllnsworth, Rex ...,..,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, Collis, Jane Frances ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Colllver, Jewell Blaine .....,.,..,,,, 67, 68, Combs, Adrian ............,,,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Combs, Carl Lamar .,.. ..,...,. 1 70, Combs, Cleon Kilmer .... ...............,.. Combs, Paul C. .............,.......... 55, 116, Combs, Vlvlan Louise ...... ......,,.,,,,.,,,, Conant, Caroline ...............,,,.. 46, 170, Conant, Mary Wolcott ...... 148, 253, Conley, Jllson Paschal ..........,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Conley, Pat .................,..,. ........,,,,.,, Connelly, Maybelle ................,,,..,,,.,,, 97, Conner, Anne Williams ........ 49, 116 Conrad, John Browning ............ 42, 54, 132, 271, Cook, Jack L. ................,....... 132, 246, Cook, James G. .......... 42, 43, 54, 132, Cook, John Calvin ...,....,....................... Coons, Roy Montgomery .............,...... Cooper, John Haggln ......... ........ 1 38, Corbin, Carlisle ..,........... ,.......... Cord, Virginia .................,................ 148, Cornelius, Clarence Arthur M155 230 177 180 Corey, Manuel ........... .......... 1 04, 235 Cottrell, Leonard ....................,.... ....-... 279 Courtney, John L .......... 132, 235, 246, 289 Courtney, Robert Estlll ...................... 289 Cowglll, Anne ...................... ...... 2 55 Cowglll, John ...,..., ...... 7 5 Cowsert, Yvonne ...... ...... 1 48 Cox, Anna Louise ....... ....... 1 16 Cox, Evelyn Guyn ......, ............. 2 34 Cox, Marow ...........,........ .............,....... 1 66 Cox, Mildred Elgin ......... ........ 7 0, 75, 267 Cox, Owen Baugh .............. ...,............. 2 81 Crafton, Mary Mozelle ....... .......... 2 57 Craig, McCoy ...................... ............. 1 32 Crain, June ....... 1 ...... ......,... 1 04, 255 Cravens, Martha ......... ............. 7 5 Crawford, Gene Ray .... ....... 2 55 Crawford, Louise ....... .......... 2 59 Creech, Glenn L. .........,.,.... ..............,.. 7 5 Crenshaw, Lucy Terry ...,. ......... 1 48, 287 Crook, Mary Rose ..........,...,........... 133, 205 Crory, Walter Harry, Jr. .................... 275 Crouch, Annetta .......... 104, 214, 253, 263 Crouch, Frances D. ..,........................... 75 Crowdus Vlncent Jerome .............. 49, 104 Crowe, Allen Edward .................... 104, 235 Crowe, John Wolbern ................ 67, 68. 84 Crutcher, Anne Winn ...... ............. 2 61 Cullison, Elinor .............. ....... 2 65 Culton, Helen Louise ........ .......... 2 34 Cummins, Dorothea ...... ............. 1 04 Curtis, Houston ............ .......... 1 48, 299 Curtis, John J., Jr. ...... .....,....... 2 87 D Dallavo, John .............. ........ 4 9, 283 Daniel, Jane Allison .... ..,....... 2 59 Daniels, Bllly .......,.............. ....... 2 75 Darnaby, Elizabeth ............. .......... 8 4 Darnell, Ward Terrell, Jr. .................. 297 Daugherty. Bernice ........................ 138, 265 Daves, Robert Walton ...... ............. 2 81 David, Edwin .................. .......... 1 04, 291 Davld, John J. ............. ............. 2 91 Davls, Ansel L. ........... ....... 2 87 Davls, Dlnsmore ............ .......... 2 59 Davls, Ernest Homer ....... ......., 9 4, 104 Davls, Hubert Woodrow ...................... 75 Davls, June Gilbert ...........,.................. 117 Davis, Mary Ollve ,.... ......... 4 6, 117, 236 Davls, Page Morrls .... .................... 2 65 Davls, Robert Curtis ..... .......... 6 7, 68, 75 Davis, Robert Everett ...... ............ - 59 Davls, Roy B. ................. .................... 3 03 Davls, Sally ................. ......... 4 6, 117, 259 Dean, Dorothy ................ .................... 1 49 Dean, Horace Edward ..,... ....... ....... 1 0 4 DeBord, Margaret ............... ....... 1 54 Decker, Dorothy Frances .... ....... 2 57 Decker, Eleanor Louise ..... ....... 2 57 Decker, Paul Frances ......,. .......... 1 33 DeJarnett, J. R. .............................. 170, 279 DeLong, Beattle Middleton .................... 289 DeMyer, Anna Mary .............................. 117 Denham, Glenn W. ....... ..,....... 1 79, 181 Denham, Harry ..................... .......... 1 04 Dennis, Barbara Ethel ....... ............. 2 69 Dennis, Elizabeth May ........,....... 149, 230 Denny, Dann Wood .......... ............. 1 70 Denny, Margaret ........... ........ 4 2, 133 Denny, Mary Lois ..... .. Denny, Sara Anne ......,, 155, Dlachun, Catherine .... ....... .. .76, Dickerson, Floyd .....,..,...,.... ........ Dickey, Mrs. Helen G. ...... ,.......... . Dleterle, Thomas .......... ........ 1 33, Dlngus, Tom ...................... ......... 1 17 Dlxon, George Givens ..... .......,.... Dlxon, John Harrison ........ ........ Doddrldge, John .............. ............ Doerr, John C. ........ ..................... 1 04, Doggett, Dan, Jr. ........ 131, 133, 271, Dooley, John .............................. 1 ............. Dorman, Harold Warren .............. 84, Dorton, Oscar T. ................. .-...--- 1 38. Downey, Melvln .............1.......-.-.----- 166, Downing, Wllllam Harold .... ........- Downs, Carroll ................--------- --v-- Doyle, Pat ................ --.-------- --'----- Drake, Helen .............-. -----------4 Drake, Nell Turney ...... .-.-..-- 1 04, Drake, Robert M. ..... '------ - Drake, Vaughn ...... ----- Drane, Patsy .......--------------- ----- Drucker, Arthur Henry ------ -------- Drury, Mrs. W. C- -------------- -------------- - Duban, Anthony John -.---------------- 156- Dudley, George Ellsworth --------v--- 42, Dugglns, William L- -------'----- ---------' - Dulln, Tom G. .-,------------------- ----------- - Duncan, Lois Allen .-l-----------A--------- 149- Duncan, Mary Puryell' -------- 97, 105, Dunbar, Ruth ......,---..-------- -----f---'----- Dunlap, Tavner, Jr. ..... -.-- - Dunlap, William A. ..... ------- - Dunn, George B8-in ----- ------------ Durbin, Paul James ....-.-----'-------'v -179- Durham, Martha Procter .........--- 154, Durham, William Cates ------- -------- Dyer, Ben .......------ -------- ----------- Dyer, Billy ..... .----- E Elam, Nancy ----- -'----- Earle, Kitty ..--------------- ------- 105, memes, Agnes Baylor ......... .------- 1 54, Edmonds, Sarah Frances ..... .... Elliott, Jean Phillips .. .,..... mms, Anne ............ , ..........----- - Ellis, Elizabeth Ebbltt ....... Ellis, Martha Stark ..... ........ Ellls, Robert Harvey ----- ----------- Ellison, Catherine Mannlng Elmore, C. L. ..-------- -----1------------- - Elsey, Edward Everett, Jr. Emrlch, Claud I. --------------- -- Joseph Phlllp Doris .............. -....--- Endrls, Enlow, Eschborn, Ralph John .... .......76, ..57, Estill, Naomi Shefrer ...- -------- 105, Eubank, Richard Lee ...... ...,.,...... Evans, Athelerle ,--------- ----- Evans, Earl .................------- ------------------- Evans, George Waller ..,...................---- Evans, Jane Anne .......,........ 149, 253, Evans Lucllle Elizabeth .......,.,.--- 117, Evans William ......,.........,.... --------- Everly, Lyman H. .........,.. .........-- - Ewan, Louise Mltchell ..............,... 154, Ewers, Kathryn Jean ..,....... 138, 214, 84 261 234 291 307 301 299 281 281 291 299 289 275 235 287 305 295 289 267 261 229 166 166 76 105 307 279 297 295 295 261 267 269 76 283 283 180 230 105 297 255 256 234 259 267 261 261 105 76 76 117 76 281 291 166 234 277 259 291 76 291 178 261 261 297 133 265 236 Peremnd Ewlng, Sam R,. Jr. ...... ....... 4 5, 59, 60 68, 76, 295 Ewing, Sara Elizabeth .......,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,, 267 Ewing, Sue Dell ....,.......... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 67 Ewlng, Rhema .........,.. ,,.,,.. 2 55 F Faln, Joyce ............,. ,..,,.,,,,.,,, 1 17 Faln, Stansell ............. ,,,,,,. 1 05, 295 Famularo, Joe John ..... ......... 4 6, 117 Fanelll, Jane Polk ....... ........... 4 6 Farbach, Mary Ann ..... .............. 2 67 Farmer, Jean ............,......... ......... 7 6, 257 Farls, Wllllam Robert .............. 67, 68, 76 Farrlss, Bob Delno ......... ...,..,,...... 2 24 Feamster, Harry ...,....... .............. 2 89 Felerabend, Jack .,.... ....,,......,,....... 2 95 Feland, Elizabeth ..,.,. ......,.. 7 0, 76, 234 Felton, Margaret ......,.,,....,..................... 265 Fergus, Janet ...................... 51, 70, 76, 236 Ferris, Meade B. ............................ 138, 283 Flfleld, Gerald Franklin ..........,. 105, 275 Flscher, Fred J. .................... ......... 1 60 Flsh, Ernestlne Lucllle .......,................ 5:63 Fish, Mrs. Ethel B. ................,............... 307 Flshback, Robert E. ...,..,,,... 133, 213, 283 Flsher, Sara Kathryn ,................. 105, 269 Floyd, Ben W. ..................... ,.,.... 2 79 Floyd, Wllliam Murray ...... ....... 2 89 Foley, Jean ,,,...,...,........,.., ....... 2 65 Folks, Wllliam Martin ...... ......, 3 06 Forbes, Theodore B. ............ .... 7 6 Ford, Ann ....................,,.............. .... 7 6 Ford, Marguerite Geneva ....... ...,... 1 05 Forman, Margaret Adallne ................ 261 Foster, Franklin M. .....,.................. 76, 295 Fowler, Earle C. ...,..... ....... 1 17, 281 Fox, David H. ........... ........... 1 67 Fox, Sara .............. ........... 2 65 Foy, Richard ........., ........... 6 8, 77 Francis, J. Davld ....... .........,.... 1 81, 289 Francis, Jessie ............. ......... 4 6, 84, 261 Frank, Paul ......................... .............. 2 75 Freer, Howard Charles ...... .l..... 2 83 French, Melvin Francis ........ ....... 2 46 Friend, Tllden Belvard ...... ........ 2 99 Frltts, Thomas R. ........... ........... 1 67 Frltzlan, G. Kenneth ...... ....... 1 33, 235 Fuchs, William E. ...,..... ........... I 33 Fudold, Elizabeth ............. ....,...... 1 05 Fugett, Kenneth Agee ....... ......,. 6 8, 84 Fulcher, Mary Virginia ...... ....... 2 61 Fuller, Aubrey ......,............... ........ 2 91 Fulton, John Anderson ...... ....... 1 81 Fulton, Wllllam ................. ..... . 281 Funk, Al .............. .............. 2 99 Funk, Loretta ............. ....... 1 17, 255 G Gabbard, Mary Agnes ......,......,.. 138,263 Gabbert, Anna Jane ............................ 85 Gaines, Robert U. ................ 160, 167, 246 Galloway, Donald Norman ,............... 224 Galloway, Louise .................. ....,..., 9 6, 149 Garber, constanee ......... ......... 9 e, 105 Gard, Rlcharl Ernest ....... .,......... 2 85 Gardner, Warren H. ....... ........... 7 7 Garner, Mary Eleanor ........ ....... 1 17, 267 Garnett, Charles Lewls .... ..,.... 2 97 ndex Garnett, Elizabeth Maner ...... ......... 2 30 Garr, Elizabeth Headley ......,..,...,...... 267 Garred, Llda ...............,..................., 106, 259 Gayle, Joe ............................,....... 68, 85, 273 Gee, Genevieve Watts ..... .,...,.....,,.. 8 5 Gentry, Arthur W., Jr. ..... ..... 3 01 Gentry, Colby Thomas ...,, ....... - 305 Gerald Phyllis ................... .,.,,., 5 9, 257 Gevedon, Ruby Jo ....... ....... 1 38, 257 Gibson, Lucille ................,. ....,,,.. 1 54 Gibson, Mary Varnon ....... ...,. 2 59 Glerlaeh, Chester ..........,, ...., 2 24 Gillen, Laverne ..,.....,.......... .,,,, 2 65 Glass, William Preston ...,.,. ..... 2 81 Godbey, Gordon Clay ......... ......... 1 06 Godman, Mary .............. ...... , ,...... 2 59 Goldenberg, Jack L. ..,..... 133, 308 Gooch Leonard G. ....... ......... 6 7, 68, 77 Goodln, Nancy Lee .......... ........,.....,.... 7 7 Goodman Vlrgll Payne ......,...,.,.,.,....... 106 Gordon James ........................ 179, 180, 301 Gott, Carolyn ............. .,..............,.,... 2 59 Gragls, Peter A. ....,,,.............,.... 1 ..,... -... 106 Graham, David B., Jr. .......... 43, 138, 277 Graham, James Davld .... ........ 1 67, 295 Grant, Josephine E. ....... ....... 6 5, 229 Graves, Jeannette .......,...,,..., ......... 5 6, 58 Graves, Wilyah Elliott ..,.................,.. 263 Gray, Charles Speed .................... 138, 285 Greathouse, Leonard Franklin .... 85, 297 Green, Gus ...................,.......................... 291 Greentleld, Gerrald ...,.. ......,,,,,..,,. 3 06 Greever, Florena G. ........ 149, 263 Gregory, Betty ...... ........ 1 54, 267 Grels, Tommy ............., ............ 2 99 Gresham, Russell .............. ........ 1 38, 291 Griffin, Marjorie Jane ..... ............ l 06 Griffin, William Sloan ..... ,............... 3 01 Griffith, Robert B. .................... 66, 67, 77 Grllfy, Charles Emmett, Jr. .............. 77 Grlnstead, Robert ,.........,,.... ..... 2 83 Groves, Russell Robert ..... ..,...... 1 33 Gulfey, May Frances ......,....,.......... 97, 106 Gulley Margaret Josephine ........ 234, 70 Gunn, William U. .......,........ ,..... 2 99 Guthrle, Floyd Byrd ....... ...... 2 97 Guy, Hollis P. .......... ......... 2 30 Gyoker, Andrew ............ - ....,.. 170 H Hackett, Halpin O'Rllley ...... ..,.. 2 99 Hackney, Hal Thomas ...............,.,..,... 275 Hackney, Margaret Anne ..................., 269 Hadden, Earl F. ...................... 55, 138, 301 Hagenbuch Sonia .... .............. 5 6, 265 Hager, Stanley ....., ........ - ...68, 77 Hale, Frank B. .......,......... ......... 3 01 Haley, Betty ..............,.......... ................ 2 59 Hall, Alexander Danlel ..............., 271, 297 Hall, Buford .........,.,.......... 43, 54, 105, 297 Hall, Emily Mae ....... .................,..... 2 59 Hall, Henryetta .... ...... , 117, 261 Hall, Joe Burgess .......,.....,.............,........ 297 Ham, James H. ......,......................... 187, 305 Hamilton, Kenwlck Perkins ...... 179, 180 Hamilton, K. P. .....,...,,..,.,....,,.. ...,..... 3 01 Hammack, Henry D. ..,,,,........., ..... 3 01 Hammond, Joseph Pershing ................ 167 Hanauer, Pat ........,...,.................,,,,,. 49, 261 Hancock. James Pryor ..... ..... 2 89 Hank, Edward ......... ........................... 2 89 Hannah, Frances .................... 51, 133, 259 Hannah, William M., Jr. ............ 133, 283 Harman, John Stuart ..,.,.... .......... 1 06 Hanson, Wllllam .,.,...,.......,...... .......... 2 83 Harbaugh, Charles William ................ 301 Hardesty, Thomas Clifton ...,,.66, 68, 77 Hardesty, James .............................,...... 77 Hardwick, Frances Barton ,............... 154 Hardy, Robert G. .............,.,,... ....,..... 1 67 Harkey, Mary Lou .....,....,............... 154, 265 Harmon, Martha Frances ...,............ 149 Harney, Glenn Allen .............. 68, 77, 273 Harris, Ernest .... 59, 66, 67, 68, 77, 273 Harris, James ...........,,.,.....,.......,..... 117, 283 Harris, Lorraine .... .......,.,........... 5 6, 58 Harris, Ruth ........ .....,.... 4 6, 154, 259 Harris, Tom ,..,...........,.,........,....... ......... 2 95 Harris, William .,,,,,...,.............. ....... 2 89 Harrison, Mattie Winlock ........ .... 7 7 Harrod, Clellan ,....,...,...,...... ....... 3 03 Hart, Damon C. ,,,,... - .....,,... .......... l 34 Haskell, Paul ,.........,..,,......,.. ,.,.... 1 06, 295 Hawk, Isabelle Elaine ............ .......... 1 54 Hawkins, Dorothy Dawson .......,.,...... 267 Hatneld, Dorothy .................................. 106 Hatter, Anne ........ ..,.,... 1 54, 214, 255 Hayes, Betty ..... ............. 1 06, 267 Hayes, Jane B. ..,r.. ....,............ 5 8 Hayes, Oscar J. ............ ................ . 285 Hayman. Martha Gess .......................... 265 Haynes, Mary ............... .,..,... 1 54, 230, 255 Hays, Antoinette ....... ..................... 2 57 Hays. Raymond H. ...... ................. 1 66, 281 Hedges, William ...,,... .......... 5 5, 138, 295 Heird, Floyd J. ..... ..................... 7 8 Henderson, Clark ........ ....... 1 34, 283 Hensley, Henry ......... .......... 7 8 Herman, Rosalie ................. ....... 1 06 Herring, Edna Evelyn .......,. ....... . .. 149 Herrington, Mary Hume ..,.,......... 117, 261 Henderson, Carl ..................... .......... 2 79 Hesson, Hugo ............................................ 277 Hewitt, Marianne Campbell ........ 117, 261 Hlbberd, Lula ...........,.........,...... 70, 78, 234 Hicks, Letha ..........,............ ..,. ....,............ 2 6 9 Hlcky, James P. .,,..............,,. 94, 106, 295 Hleronymus, Mary Miles ...................... 85 Hill, Adrienne Wilkes ........................ 267 Hill, Dorothy Endel ..,....... 51, 70, 78, 236 Hill, Harry ....... 7 ........................................ 78 Hill, Mary Thomas ...,,................. ....... 2 57 Hlllenmeyer. Donald Joseph ............ 289 Hlllenmeyer. Henry Relllng ..,,,. 138, 289 Hlllenmeyer, Robert H. ................ 50, 289 Hlslop, Wallace L. ,................... 55, 139, 287 Hlxson, Martha .......................................- 257 Hockaday, Mlnta Anne .....,,. 49, 100, 105 Hodges, Joe M. ................................ 117, 285 l-Iodson, Ruth Ellen ....... ............. 1 06, 255 Holcomb, Morry ...... ...,..,., 5 2. 134, 291 Holland, K. Miller .,,....................... 181, 279 Holmes, Llewellyn ................ 149, 253,257 Holtevert, Mary Katherine 265 Hopkins, Carl Stephen .......................... 285 Horlacher, Helen Hester .......,.. 42, 51, 80 66, 70. 78, 97. 253. 265 I-Iorlander, Fred C. ................................ 167 Horn, Emery ............ ...... 6 8, 281 Hoskins, Jane ........... .......... 2 57 Hoskins, Nelson ............ ...... 1 06, 279 Houllhan, H. Joseph ..,.. .......,,. 1 07, 289 Houllhan, Robert F. ..... ......... 1 78, ersonal ndex 180 House, Geneva ............ ............ 5 7 Houston, Gene ........... ......... 2 57 Howard, Bobbie .,................. -. .....,... 257 Howard, Eleanor ................................ 78, 263 Howard, Josephine Hayden .............,,. 85 Howard, Mary Clare ........,..,...,...,,.,,,,,. 255 Howe, Llda Belle ,..,........ 42, 117, 214, 261 Howell, James R. ......,,.......... 179, 181, 301 Howell, Wayne ...,,.. .......,.,................... 1 07 Huber, Lee G. ............................ 28, 107, 285 Huddle, Harley Edward..,e .....,......, 167, 303 Huddleston, Ina Mae 85 Hudson, J. Randall ...... ...... 2 81 Hughes, Ellzabeth ...... .,., . , ....,, 267 Hughes, LeRoy .......... ,.....,....,....,.. 2 97 Hughes, Wallace E. .... ........ 5 0, 139, 289 Humble, Jane Whlte .... ......... 1 17, 259 Hume, Jlmmie .,.............. ...,......... 2 73 Hume, Mary Frances ........ ....... 8 5, 257 Humphrey, Maurice E. .... ....... 6 7, 78 Hunt. Roy H. .,.,.............. ......... 2 29, 273 Hunter, Betty Jeane ......, ......,,. 1 17 Hunter, J. Ross ..........,.. ....... 5 9, 283 Hutchins, Earle B. .... ........... B 5, 235 Hutchins, Shlrley .... ..,,,,.,, 1 07, 236 Hutchison, Bryan ...,, .,,..,.,, 2 61 Ireland, Jack .,..,,,........ ...... 2 97 I Irwin, William Earl ..,......... 139, 235, 277 Isaacs, Alvln Curtely ...............,...... 94, 107 Ison, Eugene Combs ..... ........,,,...., 1 17 Ison, James Hubert ...... ....,,.,. 4 2, 66, 67 68, 85, 273 J Jackson, Billy Frances .... 59, 78, 253, 259 Jackson, Eddie P. ........,...,,,,,,,.,,.... 179, 180 Jackson, Ilena ......... ....... ..,,,,..,,, , 229 Jackson, Jane .....................................,,,,, 149 Jackson, John Thomas, III ..,....... 59, 283 Jackson, Susan ..........,,..,,....,, .,,,,, 2 59 Jackson, Tom C. .......,........... ,..,.,,,, 2 46 Jackson, Wllllam Hudson ..... .,,,,,, 4 9, 295 Jaggers, Frances Dora ...,. .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 8 James, Mary ....................... ......... 1 07, 267 Jennings, Agnes L. ...,... 49, 117 Jernigan, Rupert L. .... ..........,. 2 93 Jett, Angeline ............ ,,,,.,... 1 07, 261 Johnson, Ben, Jr. ............. ,,,.,,, 4 3, 281 Johnson, Emlly Clyde ......, ..,,....,.,, 2 65 Johnson, Gene ....,,....... .,,,,,,,, 1 17, 297 Johnson, Hiram ........ ......... 1 34, 275 Johnson, Hiram J. ........ .....,,.........,., 3 01 Johnson, Jlm Moss .... ,..,... 4 2, 46, 139 271, 277 Johnson, Joe R... J1'. .............. 52, 177, 178 180, 277 Johnson, Julla ...,..,,........... ........... 2 5, 261 Johnson, Lulagene ......,....... ......... 1 17, 255 Johnson, Margaret Anne ...,......,... 118, 229 Johnson, M. Bernard ..,......................... 229 Johnson, Paul A. .,................ 160, 167, 279 Johnson, Pauline .......,.............. 70, 78, 234 Johnston, John .......,.,.............................. 160 Johnstone, Wllllam Freer ...... 67, 85, 273 Jones, Elizabeth Andrews ..,,........ 139, 267 Jones, Ellis F. .................................. 138, 297 Jones, Gene Morton ..........,,., 85, 253, 263 Jones, Harry Lynn ....... ............ 1 67, 305 Jones, Helen Hughes ....,. ,,...,,,, 1 34 Jones, Jean Duncan ,..... 1.,,,..,,,,..,,,.. 8 5 Jones, John Paul ........ .................,... 1 68 Jones, Plummer ....................., 55, 139, 285 Jones, Rebecca Louise ...- ............,,. 107, 255 Jones, Russell Clyde ...... ....... 2 85 Jones, Thomas Enloe ..... ....... 1 07 Jouett, Mrs. Sarah ........... ,...... 3 07 Juett, Margaret Turley .,.. ...,... 2 57 K Kabrynez, Marle .........,..,,,,,,,, ,,.,.,. 1 49 Kaenzlg, James Edward ........ .........,. 7 8 Kagln, George Robertson ............ 139, 2'81 Kalb, Esther Alene ............., ........... 8 5 Kalb, John V. ......................, ,...... 1 60, 168 Karley, Wllllam S. .......,....,,,.,................. 170 Karraker, Wllllam Henry ...... 46, 54, 60 134, 235, 271, 281 Karstrom, Allen .............................. 118, 203 Keeling, Davld Woodrow .................... 287 Keeney, Ruth Bryan ....,..,.................... 85 Kees, Frank John ................ 134, 235, 279 Kegler, Vlrgil James ....... ,................. 2 87 Kelth, Dorothy ...,............ .............,. 8 5 Keller, John E. ...,....... ....... 1 07, 277 Keller, John LeRoy ....... .,,.... 1 39, 291 Kelley, Paul ...,.......... ....... 1 39, 293 Kelley, W. D. .........., ........... .................,.. 7 8 Kells, Don ....,..................,..,......... 68, 85, 273 Kelly, George Edelen, Jr. .,.................. 297 Kelly, J. McClure ................ ....... 2 83 Kelly, John M. ..... ....... 2 83 Kemp, Ralph ................ ,...... 2 24 Kemper, W. P. ................ ........... 3 01 Kendall, Allie Garnet ...... .......,. 8 5, 265 Kennedy, Evelyn ...........,........ ......... 8 5, 263 Kent, Walter Thompson ...........,.... 78, 229 Kenton, Paul .......................... ........... 2 95 Keplar, Shirley June .......... ....... 1 54 Kerr, John Hervey, Jr. ...... ....... 2 24 Kibler, J. Robert ............. ........... 2 73 Klnea, wunam D. ........,............... 107, 299 Kilpatrick, Gladys .... 51, 70, 78, 214, 236 King, Charles ..,,,................... .............. 3 01 Kington, Betty Jane ........ ......... 5 7, 85 Klnnalrd, Dave ....................... ......... 5 7, 289 Klnnalrd, John Morrow ........ ........... 2 97 Klnnalrd, Paul ...................... ........... 2 97 Klntner, Paul Marvin ........ ....... 1 60, 168 Kirk, Ann Maurice ............. ......... 4 3, 261 Kirkpatrick, Carllsle, Jr. ............ 118, 297 Kirkpatrick, Gene ............... ,........ 5 7, 287 Klttlnger, Wllllam Cecil ........ ........... 281 Klapp, Dorothy Christine ..... ........ 7 0, 78 Klappert, Maybelle Blue ........ ........... 2 65 Kllng, Alice E. .................... ......... 4 9, 100 Kllngholz, Annette .......... ..,.... 1 07, 255 Knaebel, William Emil ...... ....... 1 34, 285 Knepfle, Edward ................. ........... 3 01 Koch, Richard J. ........... ...... Q 293 Koger, Ethel Brooks ................ ........ 2 67 Konopka, Edward A. .............................. 301 Koppius, Martha Townsend ................ Krayer, Miriam Anne ........., 46 K1-Oman, Barbara Jane ...... ..... . ........ L 259 269 265 , 154, LaBach, Mary ..........,......... ....... 1 18, 259 Laceneld, Martha Jane ........,............... 255 Lall, James Donald ................ 48, 57, 291 Lair, Dorothy ...................,..,..,.,..,,......,... 259 Lake, Vlrglnla Aileen ........,. 107, 236, 263 Lamason, Ben ...................,.............. 118, 297 Lambert, James Wheeler ......,...., 179, 180 Lancaster, Jane ...........,.......... ............ 2 61 Landreth, Carol ........ ......... 1 49, 230 Della ....... Landrum, Landrum, Lane, Mary Juanita ........... Langston, George Alvln ...... Ella ............... 85 .......70, 85 134 160 Lanter, Ottls Paul .................................. 134 Larsen, Constance Ione ........................ 118 Laslle, Rita Sue ............ 95, 118, 214, 228 Lathrem, Harold Mason .................. 57, 293 Lawrence, George Strother ................ 107 Lawson, Mary Emily ............ ...... 2 57 Layson, Blrney S. . ....... ...... 2 85 Leasure, J. C. .....,....... ................ 1 70 LeBus, Bettie ................ ................... 2 67 Lee, Addison W., Jr. ............ 55, 139, 283 Lee, Mrs. Henry .......... ................... 3 07 Lee, James H. ,......,... ....... 6 8, 78, 229 Lee, Walter, Jr. ............ ............ 2 97 Leer, James Monroe ..... ...... 2 73 Leigh, John Davld ...,.. ......... 2 '79 Levl, Miller ............,.... ............ 7 9 Levy, Ell .................. ......... 1 34, 306 Levy, Slmon Eli ............. ......... 1 34, 306 Lewis Alden ..................,.. ............ 2 79 Lcwls Joseph Catron ...... ......... 1 08, 205 Lewis Quentin H. ...... .. ..... 170 Lewis, Wllllam Browne ..... ........... . 108 Lewis, Winslow Grant ........ ......... 1 08, 283 Llkens, Harold ................... ............ 2 97 Lindsey, Harold Barnett .................... 301 Linss, Wllllam Philip .................... 108, 293 Lipscomb, Wllllam Nunn, Jr. ............ 108 Lockhart June Virginia ................ 118. 229 Logan, Thelma ........................................ 139 Long, Helen ............ ............ 1 34. 257 Long, John D. .........., ........ 4 7, 139, 235 Longsworth, Betty .......... ......... 1 39. 265 Losch, Otto H. .................... -..------ 6 8. 79 Lowenthal, Herschel H. .... ............. 3 06 Lowrey, Walter Barton ....... ....... 5 7. 305 Luckett, Lewis King ........... Lusk, Maramartha ..... ......... 1 18. 265 Luther, Sylvia ............ ......... 1 50. 230 Lyle, Mary .......,... ......1.... 4 9. 267 Lyon, Bobette ..... ....... ......... 1 1 8. 259 Lyons, John T. ................................ 134. 246 Lyons, Laura Lee ............ 49, 100, 108, 267 Lyons, Roger Lee ............................ 168. 305 M MacGregor, Betty ....... ....... 8 6. 257 McBrayer, Roy ................ ......... 1 34. 279 MeCarre1l, Walter L. ........... .. 154 McCarty, Mlldred .............. ....... 9 6, 150 McCauley, Martha Cary ...... ......... 2 67 McClaran, Hilda ................. ............. 2 59 McC1ung, Ruth ....,........................... 108, 261 Meconathy, James Asa ............ 54, 67, 68 79, 273 Mcconathy, Laura Darling ................ 58 McConnell, Ellen .................................... 267 McConnell, Guy ..... ....................... 2 79 McConnell, Jean ...... .....,, 4 2 51, 97, 108 McConnell, Wayne .............,............ 94. 108 McCord, David ....................... ....... 5 7. 283 McCormack, Pattle Logan .......... 135, 230 McCown, Anne Douglas ..... ....... 8 6, 259 McNamer, 168 McDowell, Elizabeth Varnon McElroy, Sam ............. . ...........,.......... 57, McEuen, Brice .................., ,. McFarlan, Arthur ................... McCvaughey, Alice Frances McGaughey, Claude Ray ..... McGraw, James Warren .,,.... McGuire, Phll ..........,.......,,.. McHone, Blll Dudley .,,,.....,,.. 150, er onal 79 295 297 281 257 .. .,... 135, 277 281 293 293 McKinney, Wynne, Jr. .......... 49, 108, 281 McKlnstry, John O. ...... .....,,,,......... 2 95 McKltrlck, Rodney ........ ...,,...... 3 05 McMullen. Ann Foree ....... ....,,.. 1 08, 267 McMurtry, Anne Louise ...,.................. 108 McNeal, John Lewls ....,. McNeal, Margueritte ,..... McRae, Arnold Frazer ...,.. Macklln, Dlxle Louise ........ Macon, Elizabeth .............. Mahan, Jean Rucker ...... .....,,. 1 08, Mahan, Tom .................. Mahanes, Davld ........ Mahurln, Stuart ............... Maloney, Clarence ...........,.. Jack Demsey .,.........,.. 160, 281 267 229 257 259 267 170 ,........55, 283 297 301 Marlnaro, John Thomas ..,., ,.,........ 1 08 Marker, Louis Wllliam .,... ......., 6 8, 79 Marks, Margaret ....,.,.,..... ........ 2 53, 261 Marsh, Paul Randall ....... ,.......... 1 08 Marshall, Daniel P. ,.... ........ 2 83 Marshall, Hazel ........... .....,.,,...... 1 18 Marshall, Robert Lee ...............,...... 79, 273 Marshall, Ursula Jae .......,...........,...... 257 Marstella, Wllliam Fish, Jr. .........,.... 135 Martin, Elmond Lewis ........ 178, 182, 277 Martin George ...,.......................,......,... 291 Martin Hazel ............... ............,.... . 79 Martin Mary Edith ....... ...,.... 1 09 Martin Robin ............... ........... 3 05 Martin Vincent ..... ....... 1 39, 301 Mason, Blll .........,. ............... 3 01 Mason, Caroline .... ..,..,,........... 2 67 Massle, Joe ...................,..........,, 59, 135, 283 Masterson, Clayton R. Masterson, James R. .,,,.. . 297 297 Mastln, Wesley J. ..................,,. ........ 2 97 Matlack, Mary A. ..,..,............................ 109 Matthews, William Lewis, Jr. .......... 177 178, 180 Mattingly, Mary O. ,.... .,......,...... 1 09 Mattox, Shlrley .............. ....... 1 18, 267 Maupln, Mary Anna .......... 255 Maxedon, Wllliam Dixon ..... ...... . 139 Maxey, George W. ............ . .....,.. 301 Meade, Arnold ....,.............. ,... 7 9 Meade, Orvllle ........,.,......,.... .... 7 9 Meader, Arthur Lloyd, Jr. ..........,......... 94 Meagher, Robert ..........,.,...,................... 303 Mehne, June Lee .................... 43, 139, 255 Mendenhall, Mary Ellen ...... 97, 109, 287 Meshew, Robert L. ................................ 86 Metcalfe, John H. .......,,.. ....,,.. 1 09 Meyer, Charles Edward ...... ........ 1 35 283 Meyer, Robert Wulflng Mlchler, Charles Harrls .,.,.... Mlchler, Karl Wlnfleld Robert Whitfield ...,.. Miles, Miller, Miller Miller, Miller, Miller, Mllllk Betty Bow .....,....... , Carl ........................ Edmund B., Jr. ..... . Harry Milton ....... Laymon ............. ln, Bettie ,....,. 297 86 224 261 299 79 .......109, 306 46, 118, 255 Million, Glenn Wagers ..... Mllls, Blll ...,......,.,.....,,.... Minogue, John ..,........... Minton, C. Robert ......... Mitchell, Betty Berry ........ Mitchell, Lillian Mitchell, Randall ...... Mitchell, William ...... Mock, Sara Lee ..... Mohney, Nancye ndex 297 .. 301 295 287 ....,....150, 255 .........11a, 265 139 301 265 255 Moler, John E. ............. ...,.. 2 77 Moloney, Donald .........,.......,,, ,,.,.. 1 78 Montgomery, Henry P. ........... ,,.,...... 1 35 Montgomery, John Wllliam ....,,...... 67, 88 Montgomery, Robert Keith Montondo, Douglass .................... 118, 297 299 Moore, Don V. ......,,..... ...,...... 2 91 Moore, Leslle H. ......... ...... 2 73 Moore, Raymond E. ..... ...... 2 93 Moore, Stanley M. ............ .......... 2 89 Moorhead, Hugh ..........,...............,..... 47, 281 Moormen, John Herndon ....... .......,,. 1 68 Moran, Leisla Rose ................ r..... 7 9 Moreland, Jean Bell ......,, .,..,........... 1 50 Morgan, Kenneth Carol .............,.. 109, 275 Morris, D. H. ..............,...........,. 54, 135, 391 Morrls, Jack ..,.... ......,............. 3 05 Morrls, Jack ...... ...,..... 2 24, 275 Morrow, Sam ...........,. ,....... 5 7, 299 Moss, Belinda ................, ......... 1 09, 259 Moss, Robert Owens ...... ........ 8 6, 275 Mulholland, Joe ............ 295 Mullls, Roy W. .,,,...., ..,..,,,, 1 35, 246 Mundrane, Gordon ...., .............,.,....... 3 05 Murray, Aimee ..........,......,.,..........., 118, 255 Murray, Mildred ...,............ 49. 56, 100, 236 Myers, Anne .........................,,...,,,.,......,.... 109 Myers, John Carlisle ..... ...... 2 81 N Nash, Wllliam T. ............ 43 54, 135, 297 Navarre, Noland Lawrence ................ 168 Naylor, Wllliam V., Jr. ...........,..,. 118, 275 Neander, Sarah Jane ,.... ,,,.,........ 1 35 Neel, Edward Witt ....... ...... 1 68 Neel, Emma Lou ...... ...,.. 1 50 Neel, Roy Fielding ..,.. ...... 2 73 Neely, Sam Boyd ......... ...... 1 79 Nelson, Benny ..,................... ...... 1 68 Nesbitt, John Hughes ............. 80 Netherland, Wllliam Carl ....... 86 Neuman, Ellsle Bertha ...,.... ...... 1 09 Nevett, John Hord ....., ,,.,.... Newcomb, Margaret R. Newell, Caroline ..,.,,,.,... Newman, Mrs. Lucille .....,.. .....,.,.139, 297 259 307 Niceley, Lewis D. .........,... ......... 1 09, 277 Nicholson, Alfred D. ..,...........,,..,......... 285 Nickerson, Mary Eldone ...... 59, 118, 259 Nickerson, Richard Edwin .....,.. 139,279 Nlsbet, Louise .............................,,,.... 97, 261 Nltzschke, Joseph D. .... ..,...... 1 70, 308 Noble, Jane Doris ........... 263 Noflslnger, Estll Jones ...,.......... 67, 68, 80 Nolfslnger, Terrell L. ........,.,.,... 67, 80, 229 Noffsinger, Wllliam Gavin ,,.......,...... 109 Noland, Terry J. .................................... 297 Nollau, George Fenton ,..,..........,. 118, 277 Nolte, Paul C. ................... ..... . .. 279 Nuckols, Charles, Jr. ......... ...... 2 89 Nuttlng, Charles Allen ........ ...... 2 87 O O'Brlen, Frank Edward ,...,...,,....., 94, Ogden, Lois Clair .......,,,.,.,.. Oliver, Edward E. ..,.,,,..,. , Oliver. Grace Llegh ..... Orme, Don R. ...........,,,,. , Orr, Charles G. ..., .....,,..., Orsburn, Frances Louise Orsburn, Mary Katherine .......,....139, 293 257 180 110 285 168 269 .,.....178, .........97, 10, 18, 269 Osborn, Harriet .................... 150, 230, 250 Osteen, Rex H. ...............................,...,,... 297 Otto, Wllliam E. ..,., ........,.. 2 79 Overall, Irvln .......,..,.....,.... .......,,,..., 2 73 Overflelcl, Ralph J. .,,...,,,...,....... 67, 68, 80 Overstreet, Anne Cassell .................... 265 265 Overstreet, Vlrglnla Lee ..... , .,.... 154, Owen, Violet ....................... .........,. 2 61 Padgett, Glenn E. ...... ....,.,,......,..,,.. 1 60 Palmore, Eloise ............ ....... 4 7, 118, 261 Palmore, Mattlgene ,.1,..,,,,.. 24, 150 Palmore, Wllliam ...... Papanla, Sam ......,... Parltz, Jack M. ..... . 275 277 306 Parker, Davld .,,,........ ,....... 2 97 Parrish, Gene H. ....,.,,,,. ,....... 2 73 Parrish, Jane Kemp ....... ........ 1 10 Parry, David Charles ...,... ...............,., 2 81 Paul, Dorothy ............. ,...,.......,,. 1 18, 214 Peacher. Isabelle ..... ...,.,., 1 10, 236. 265 Peak, Bart N., Jr. ...... .............,.... 2 97 Peak. D. H. .,..,.,,...,.. .,.. 4 4 Pearce, John Ed .... ....... ..,,.,.. 6 0 Peery, Dora .......,..,.....,...... ...,......,.......... 2 61 Pember, Raymond Wallace ........ 170, 303 Penhale, Charlotte .......,...............,....,... 261 Penlck, Bill .............. 43, 55, 139, 235, 289 Penlck, Everett, Jr. .......,......,............,.. 297 Penn, Louellen Carrie .......,,......... 118, 265 Penna, Stanley W. ......,........... 55, 160, 170 Pennebaker, Olga ........,..,...... ............... 2 65 Penney, Christine T. .........,... ....,,., 2 61 Pennington, Robert Frank .....,..,....... 277 Perry, Robert Mebane ...........,.,..,......... 297 Petrle, Carolyn Desha ..,.,.,... 46, 154, 255 Petro, Gus T. ,............,....,. ............,.. 3 01 Pettit, Anne ..........,......,.....................,.... 267 Pettus, Alfred ..................,.,.,...............,... 273 Pettus, Thomas ............ 67, 68, 86, 273 Phillips, Ewan ..,........,..,.........,.....,... 110, 285 Phillips, Mary Evalyn ..... Phllllps, Roberta . .......... Phlllis. Phll ,,,,...... 263 261 ....,..179, 277 Pierson. Esther ........ ......... 4 2, 110 Pile, Irma Ray .................. ....... 1 54, 230 Pinckard, Cecil Owens ...... ........... 1 54 Plrkey, Marlon Kathryn ..... ........... 2 55 Plaga, Robert ..................... ....... 1 55, 277 Plummer, Nlel .......................,.., ........... 4 4 Pollock, Robert De Forest .................. 291 Poole, George D. .............................. 110. 299 Poole, James ................... ..,........ 1 10 Porter, Carl Vernon .... ........ 6 8, 86 Porter, Emma Belle ....... ........... 2 55 Porter, James A. ...... . Porter, Betty Ann ....... Potter, Ransford A. ............ . 273 119 277 .........59, 19, Potts, J. Ivan .............. ,......... 4 6, 139, 289 Powell, Helen B. .... ................ 4 9. 259 Powers, Ethel ..............,,. ....... 1 50 Powers, James Robert ..... 297 Powers, Mary .,............... Pratt, Dorothy Mae ....... Preis, Angela ..................... Preston, Dorothy Dee ...., Prewltt, John Marshall .,.... 155 265 119 265 281 Prewltt, W. Jeffries ....... .,.........,,. 2 35, 289 Price, Bruce ................ ....... 5 5, 140, 273 Prlce, Charles L. .... ....... 1 35, 235 Price, Howard E. .......... ....... 1 70, 279 Price, Robert H. ......,........ ........... 2 73 Pritchett, N. Bradford ................ ..46. 277 Proctor, John Edward, Jr. ................ 46 Pugh, Betty Jane .......,.,..,.,..... 56, 156, 257 R Rache, Charles L. ....., ........... 2 93 Raeuchle, Chester ....... ....... 1 35, 305 Raike, Betty Ann ,.... .,....... 8 6, 261 Ralley, Ernest C. .... ....... 1 60, 168 Raine, Joe ...........,,,........... ......... 5 4, 303 Ramsey, Lloyd H. ..............,...........t. 55, 119 Ramsey, Mary Clydella ,..........,.......... 150 Randall, Marcia Page ........ 110, 253, 261 Randolph, Marjorie ..... ............. 5 9, 265 Randolph, Raymond ......, 281 Ratllff, Margaretta ...................... 110, 267 Ray, Mary Laswell ........................ 119, 261 Raymond, Blllle .............. 51, 110, 236, 265 Raynor, Sinclair L. .,...................... 140, 279 Razor, Alma Martha ............,.,....,........ 150 Read, Wllllam Porter .......................... 273 Redwlne, Edgar Orville .,.............. 94, 110 Reed. Alexander Clarke, Jr. 283 Rees, Bette .....................,........... ........ 2 65 Rehm, Barbara ........, ................ ..,.....,.. 2 5 5 Rehm, Paul ................. ........... 1 10, 299 Relchenbach, Dorls ..,... ....... 4 2, 119, 214 Reid, Carolyn Loulse .......,........ 46, 59, 135 230, 255 Reimer, Virglnla ......... ..................... 2 34 Reiss, Royce H. .,............ ...... 9 4, 110, 246 Rekoon, Louis Davld ....... .................. 1 68 Renaker, Janette ........... ........... 1 10 Renaker, Wllllam L. ..... ......,.. 8 6, 273 Renfro, Frances ..... Reynolds, Jean .,,.. Rhea, Tom, Jr. ........ , 265 257 297 Rice, C. J. .,.....,........... ....... 1 36, 303 Rice, Clyde Mllton ........ .................. 2 77 Rice, Robert ......,.......... .,..... 5 9, 110, 295 Richard, Jane .................... ,......... 1 50, 259 Richardson, Dolores ....,,................,....,.. 257 Richmond, Anne Howell .............. 119, 259 Richmond, Connie Crawford ..,......... 150 Riddell, Gene ..............,...........,. 54, 111, 289 Riddle, Dorothy G. ................................ 58 Ries, Erma Jane ,...... ........ 8 0, 97 Rlgg, Helen ............ .. ....... 257 Riggs, Nettle Lee ........... .. ,....... 70, 80 Rlgney, Florence Agnes .... ....... 1 11 Riley, Annie Laurle ...... ....... 2 55 Riley, C. A. ..............,, ....... 2 91 Riley, George J. ..........., ....... 1 40 Ringo, Martha Wells ....... .... . . 111 Rlon, Mary Lucilc ....,.. ....... 5 6, 58 Ritter, Robert A. ,......... .............. 1 11 Roan, Anne Osborne ...... ,......... 1 11, 255 Robards, Woodford Lee ................ 168, 246 Roberts, Betty Wells ..,.,....... 97, 119, 265 Roberts, Harry W., Jr. ........ 177, 178, 180 Roberts, Hazen Stevens ...........,,,........ 275 Roberts, James Thomas 80 rsonal Roberts, Mary Lee ................ Roberts, Mildred Wrather Robertson, Alice ................. Robertson, George G. Robertson, Lila June ...... Robertson, Lloyd P. .... . Robins, E. Alan ...,.,. Robinson, Connette ..... Robinson, Edward ...,..,........ Robinson, H. Clayton, Jr, . Robinson, Mary Lyne ........ ndex . ..,... 97, ...,,....l80, .........155, 140, .........182, .........119, ..,,.......170, .......119, .....,...1l1, Robinson, Sam A. ..........,....... ............ . Rochester, Eloise Redmon ......,,..,, 214, Rodes, Janet ...,,....................... ............. Rodman, Wllllam Edgar ...... ,............ Rogan, Robert McKinney ...,........ 111, Rogers, Frank Allen, Jr. ..... ,......, 6 7, 80, Rogers, Harold ........ Rogers, Joyce ............., Rogers, Scott .......,...,..... Rollins, Taylor Bess ........ Rose, Betty Lovell ....... ..... Rose, Earl B., Jr. ....... Rose, Evelyn ......... Rose, Geneva ....... Rose, Jean ........... Rose, J. P. .........,.... . Roser, Fred F., Jr Ross, Betsy ,,,,,.... Ross, C. C. .......... . Ross, Haskell J. ....,.............. . Ross, Jack ..,............,..............,. Roszell, Katherine Byrd .. Rouse, Arthur B., Jr. ...... . Rouse, Teddy Vance ......,. . ........ 119, .........,.80, 19, ....59, 119, .....ii170, ff..ee,"1tl, 180, Routen, Wllllam Ervan ....... . ............ . Routt, James C. .............. Rowady, Helen .......... Rowady, Mlchael A. ...,. .........136, .........1'78, Rowe, Eva Lillian .............. ...... 7 0, 80, Rowland, Russell .................................... Royster, Elward Newton .,..,. ..68, 80, Rubin, Eleanor .......,................,............... Ruby, Walter ............ Rucker, Hal ...............l... Runyon, Paul Moore ...... Rush, Kenneth ............... Russell, Edgar B, ..... . Russell, Evelyn .....,, Ruth, Orel Armena ..... Ryley, Joyce ...,............... ..... IHS. ,........119, ,..Qf..f. GE, 19, Schreck, Frances Adele ..... Schubert, Paul Richard ...... Schuyler, Harold C. ..,.... . Schuyler, Walter .......... Schweitzer, John N. ........ . ..,.,..136, 11, .......171, Scott, Robert Cory .................,................ Sebastln, Charles Jullan ...........,........ Sebree, Gaines, Jr. ..46, 55, 119, 235, Sebree, Kathryn ......................., 70, 80, Seeger, Harry .......,..,...... ..................... Sellars, Oscar Walter ............ 112, 246, Sellers, Howard ...,.......... ....,.. 8 6, 246, Settle, Doris ,.,.........,..., ........... 1 12, Shadwlck, Othor ............. ............... Shanklln, Shelby, Jr. ,..... ....... 1 40, Shaw, Warren LaRue ..... ........ Shearard, David A. Sheehan, Catherine ....... ........ Sheehan, Mary .....,.... ............... Shelley, George E. ...,, ....... 1 36, Shelton, Barbara ...- ......................... 80, Sherman, Albert Lawrence .........l...... Shonert, Warren J. ...............l............... . Short, Buford ...,..,....... ................ 5 9, Short, Edwin Randle ............ 112, 235, Short, Llda ................, .............. Shouse, Ida Jo ...,........ ........... Shrock, Marjory .............. ....... 1 12, Shropshire, James S. ....... ............,.... . Shumate, Peggy ...,...... ....... 9 7,112, Shupert, Mary Joy ....... ...........,.,.... Shy, Frank M. ...l..... ........, 8 6, Siegel, Sylvia .............................,............ Slmonton, Wllllam J., Jr. ............ 169, Slmonton, Sam Wllson ..54, 155, 271, Simpson, Harold ................ 68, 81, 271, Slsco, Wllllam B. ................... .171, Sabo, Dan ......... ....... .,....... 1 7 1, Safrlet, Ivan .......,.,...... ................,... Salmon, Wilma ............... ....... 5 6, 58, Samara, John Edward ..... Samer, Robert Earl ....... ...........49, Skaggs, Opal .......,.. Slater, Sloane, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smoot, Snapp, Snider, .......192, H. Baker ,..... ...,....... Vernon J. .... .............. . Agnes ........ ....................... 5 6, Bette Lo ...................................... Charles A. ........ 50, 52, 68, 81, Charles ........................................ Geneva May ....... ............... John H. ......,.... .......... 5 0, June Gayle ....... ........ J. W., Jr. .............. .......... . Margaret Ellen ....... .......... 8 1, Marietta ................ .......... 8 1. ......,.151, Martha Elaine ...... Mary Catherine ...., ,.......151, Sam .........,.............. .................. Vlrglnla M. .... ......... 2 3, 42, 253, Vivian Mae ..,.. ....,... Lucille .................... .,...... Martha Collins .,...... ........... Patricia .................. .......... 5 8, Samms, Melvin ................. .,.....,............ Sanders, J. Arthur, Jr. ......... . 49, 110, Satterheld, James H. ..... ...,..,.,.......... . Savage, Paul James . ..,...... .. Sawln, Lewis ............................ ......... Arthur Howard . Sawyer, Schacht, Nelson Blanchard Scherer, Ellzabeth Eleanor ................ Schlegel, George W. ........ ......... . ..... 1 19, Schmitt, Wllllam .......,.. ..........,.. Schnelter, Wllllam ......... Schoene, Ida Moore ........ ........58, Snowden, James G. ..........,,. , .,........ 120, Snyder, Mary Kirkwood ...,.. 59, 151, Sona, Mary Ellzabeth ...,.....................,.. Sorokolit, Stephanie ..........,... 97, 112, South, Betty Garrard ............ 97, 120, Spare, Albert ................,.,................, 171, Splelberger, Amelia Joyce ........,......... Spragens, George ......,..................... 160, Spragens, Robert McMurtry Squires, Waller Spencer ........182, Staflorl, Helen Ellzabeth ...................... Staggs, Harlan V. ............ - ...... . Staker, Carl ..................., 52, ...,...160, 60, 160, Staker, Norman W. ...,....................... . Stapleton, Willie ....,....... ersonal ......1.....67. 68, 81 ndex Tooms, Roy E., Jr. ........ 42, 178, 181, 277 Towles, Lorraine ..,..,,.................,.,.....,. 136 Townes, Rachel Lee ........................ 86, 261 Trader, Harold .,.......,........,..,..,.......,..,.,,. 301 Trapp, Claude Wheeler ...,.................. 299 Trent, Howard E., Jr. .......... 177, 179, 181 Trent, Margaret Sharpe ........,.., 42, 44, 60 Stapp, James Martin, Jr. ...........,.. 112, 277 St. Clair. Irma Kathleen .................... 81 Steedly, Fred ..,................,..,....,....,... 160, 169 Steele, Anita C. ..,,............... ...Y...... 1 20, 257 Stem, Patty .......,,..,....,..,,... ..,.,,.... 1 12, 263 Stephenson, Catherine ,........ ...,......... 1 51 Stephenson, Helen ...,...,,.,.,,.,,........... 95, 181 Stephenson, Wllllam Letelle ...... 151, 246 247, 295 Stephenson, William Thomas ..,,........ 285 Stepp, Everett Holmes ...............Y.,...,.... 169 Stewart. Bllly Moore ........ ...,.,.... 1 36 Stewart, Ellene Martin ..........,,.....,,,.... 81 Stewart, Thomas M. ..............,.....,... 171, 305 Btldham, Charles .... ......, 1 12, 271, 279 Stiles, Dorothy .,........... ,,...........,....., 8 6 Stokes. Mary Louise ..... .......,.,.. 8 6, 257 Stoll, Anne Lee ....,...,.,.... ........,, 1 36, 261 Stoll, Llda Chenault .......... ............. 1 20 Stone. Richard Clifford ...........,.......,.... 297 Stone, Robert .......................... 178, 181, 297 Stopher, Dorothy ....,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,.,,,, 112, 269 Strother, Rachael Rlghtor ,,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,, 257 Stutzenberger, Margaret Evelyn ...,.. 70 81, 234 Sublett, Ben D. ..........,.,.,,....,,,,,,...,,,.,,,.. 140 Sublette, Agnes ................,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,, 8 6 Sullivan, Clarence Francis ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 120 Sullivan, Jennie C. .....,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 3 6, 214 Surles, William Gaines ,,....,.........,,,.,.,, 235 Survant, Ellis ..........................,...,.,,,,.,.,,,,, 301 Sutherland, Dorothy .............. 112, 253, 257 Sutherland, Lyda Mae ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 234 Sutherland, Willis Robert, Jr. .......... 297 Sutterfleld, John H. ..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 281 Sutton, Martha Louise .,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 9 6, 120 Sweatt, Mrs. T. W. ....,,,,.... ,,,,,,,,,, 2 07 Sweeney, Carroll .........., ,,,,,,.. 4 6, 235 Sweeney, Robert Todd ....,. ,.,,,,, 1 81 Swegles, William ....,.,,,,,, ,,,.,,, 2 79 T Parkington, Leola Marie ,,,,,,,,,, ,-,,,,, 9 9 Tate, Lilllan ......,,,,.,.,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 255 Taylor, Helen Vlrginla ........ 42, 151, 255 Taylor, James ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 13 Taylor, Joan ,...,.,,.,,,,,,.,,,., ,,,,,,,, 5 9, 97, 285 Taylor, Robert Harold ....... ....,.,.., 1 55, 277 Taylor, Sara May ,.,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 140 Terrell, Ethel Frances ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 120, 263 Terrell, George W. ..43, 59, 171, 235, 285 Theillng, Theresa Marie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 269 Theobald, Harold L, ...,,,,.. . .,,,,,, 291 Therrell, J. M, ,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 3 6 Thiel, Jeanne ..............,.,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,.,,,, 2 6, 265 Thoman. Jack Ellsworth ,,,...... ...224, 275 Thomas, Joyce ..,......,,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 2 55 Thomas, Margery ...,,, ,,,,,, 1 20, 255 Thomas, Robert A. ....,. ,,,,,, 1 36, 291 Thomas, Shirley ...,... I ,,,,,,,,,, 255 Thompson, John ...,.....,,,,,,,,11,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,, 81 Thompson, Martha Glover .......... 120, 267 Thompson, Warren .................. 68, 82, 273 Thornton, Jere S. ..............................,,,, 277 Thornton, Patrlcla Eloise ............,...,... 257 Thornton, Roger S. ........................ 120, 277 Threkeld, George W. ........ .............. 8 2 Timberlake, Frances M. ...................... 234 Tlncher, Marvln Maurice ............ 177, 179 Tinley, Dorothy Heath ...,. .......... 1 13, 255 Tolman, George W. ........ ............. 1 69 70, 82, 267 Trigg, Tracy ,....., ................... 2 73 Triplett, Pete ...... ......,...,........ 2 97 Triplett, Sara ....,,,.,, ......... 7 0, 86, 234 Trosper, Orville .,,.. .,,.,.,.... 1 55, 275 True, Lawrence ........ ....,... 8 2 Tucker, Willis ............. ..... 4 4 Tuney, Bill ...,................... ,.... 2 89 Turner, Bernice Ray ....., ,.... 8 2 Turner, Ruth .....,,,.,,..,.... ......... 2 57 Tussey, Cliff ............... ..,............ 1 20 Tutt. Nancy Jean ..,....... ........ 2 14. 265 Tuttle, John William .,... ...,,,.,. 6 8. 82 Twlnam, Joe .................. ,,...... 2 79 U Underwood, Rachel ...... .......... 8 2, 234 V Vallandlngham, Clay Davis ................ 297 Valleau, Marian Reed ,....... 70, 82, 97, 236 VanArsdall, Margaret .,.,...................... 82 Vanl-Iorn, M. Duane ...........,.,,....... ..... 2 79 Vanklrk, Alvle Stephen ........................ 277 Vanlandlngham, Kenneth Earl ..,,,,.. 155 Vaughan, Davis ....................,....,........,... 113 Vaughn, Dorothy Dalton .,.......... 120, 236 258, 269 Vaughan, Dorothy M. .... ............ 1 20 Veech, Sarah Louise ........ ............... 8 2 Velten, John M. ......,..... .....,,. 1 20, 803 Vlox, Ann Bedford ...... ,........... 2 63 W Waddell, Lloyd William ...... ........,,.. 2 91 Wade, Charles Joseph ...... ......,, 1 71, 235 Walker, George W. .......... ......,..... 2 91 Walker, Jean Hayes ...... ......... 1 55 Walker, Lunetta ....... ..... 2 57 Walker, Thomas ...... ......,.. 2 89 Wallace, Lysbeth .........,.. .......... 4 6, 120 Waller, Richard ..,....,...,. ,,...... 1 40, 283 Walllngford, Mary Ann ..... ............ 2 63 Walsh, Arthur ................... ........ 1 40, 277 Walsh, John C. .............. ............ 1 13 Ward, Janice ......,.... ........ 1 20, 265 Ward, Wlnlleld ........ .........,...,, 3 01 Ware, Ras .,,................. .........,..... 1 40, 283 Warnecke, Mabel ..... .......... 5 6, 58, 214 Warner, Betty ........,. ...,....,...,,..... 2 69 Warner, Dorothy ....... ............ 8 2 Warner, Lavenla ...... ..,...,. 1 20, 269 Warren, Elsie ...................... ......... 2 61 Warren, F. Everett ......v..,,,. ........ 2 99 Warren, James Franklin ..................,. 287 Warwick, Lyl .......,..,,............ .,...... 1 20, 259 Waters, Dewey Elton ...... ............ 9 4 Waters, Edmund ...... ..,,,.. 8 7, 273 Watts, Harold ...,....... ........ 2 91 Webb, Allie B. ................. ............... 2 67 Webb, Joe Wllllard ...... ........ 2 46, 247 Webb, Richard, III ......... ............ 2 97 Welsenberger, Edith ....... .......... 4 6, 259 Weisenherger, Mary Louise ......., 138, 259 Welch, Barbara Jean ...,.............. 120. 229 Weller, Ernest Judson ....... ............. 1 69 Werst, Jimmie Lloyd ,..... ...... 3 03 Wesley, Mildred .............. ....... 1 51 Wesley, Virginia ..,.,., ....... 2 61 Westerileld. Paul ..... ....... 3 01 Wetherlll, Joe .,..,,,. ....... 1 13 Whaley, Jean ............. .............. 2 65 Whayne, Roy, Jr. ........ ........ 3 6 283 Wheeldon, Marjorie ....... .......... 1 20 263 White, Helen .............,..,. .............. 1 55 White, Louise ....................... ........ 8 7 265 White, Sarah Margaret ,,...................... 140 Whltneld, Frances .................... 47. 120 259 Whltsell, Martha James ,............... 113 261 Whitt, Buford Rutherford .................. 169 Wlley, Mary Frank ..............,. 82, 236 261 Williams, Charles Byrd ................ 113 287 Willlams, Earl Thomas ...,.................. 291 Wllllams, Eleanor ...,...,..... .......... 1 20 265 Williams Frances ................. .........,... 2 57 Williams, Harold Barclay ,........... 136 277 Williams Hilton .................................... 87 Williams, Jean ...,...........,.. 49, 56, 100 214 Wllllams, Margie Evans ........................ 265 Wllllams, Marguerite ............................ 87 Willing, Marcia Anne ........ ................... 2 57 Willmott, Robert ...,..,......., .......... 1 13 277 Wilson, Edgar Vincent ....... ,......... 3 01 Wilson, Jay .......,.................. .......... 5 0 Wilson, Louise Rodes ..... ,.,..... 5 9 267 Wllson, Mary ........................ ................. 2 34 Wilson, William Atlee .......................... 289 Wlne, James Wilmer, Jr. ...,.. 52, 179 299 Wlnn, Ellsworth A. ....,........................... 291 Witten, Stoy G. .,.......,,.. ........ 6 7, 82 293 Wombwell, Nancy .......... ..,.............. 2 67 Wood, Carrol Rollins .,,............. 42. 60 136 246 289 Wood, Charles L. ........... ........ 9 4 113 Wood, E. Boyne ...,................. ....... 1 13 Woodford, Betsy Brooks ,.... ,...... 2 67 Woodrum, Helen .................. .,..... 2 29 Woolcott, Nelson ...........,........................ 283 Wooldridge, James ................,. 49, 235 283 Woollam, Catherine Louise .........,...... 136 Woollum, J. N., Jr. ................... ....... 3 03 Wootton, Alice Rebecca ...................... 120 Word, Susan Hanbery ......,.....,..... 87 234 Worthington, John Wilbur, Jr. ..120 229 Wright, Oscar C., Jr. ............................ 289 Wyatt, Angeline Hartzell ............ 121 261 Wymond, Gilbert Osborn .,..,............... 297 Wynn, Nell Rice ...,.......................... 121 265 Y Young, Charlene ....,....... ...,...... 2 67 Young, Emlly .,.................... ............. 2 69 Young, Frances Louise ..,............. 113, 261 Young, H. Clayton ........... .... .... 1 6 9, 305 Young, Iola ........................................ 113, 255 Young, James Lewis ........................ 121. 297 Young, William Herbert, Jr. ............ 297 Young, Willis Richard .,......... ...... 2 97 Yowell, Mitchell ....,............. ...... 2 73 Z Zenger, Doris ............ ......... 5 1, 113, 236 Zinn, Thomas ............... .................... 2 99 Zoeller, Margaret A. ....... ...... 1 14 Believe in truth, Protest against error and Lead men by reason Rather than by force? --- Frank L. MeVey THE END


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