University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY)

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BULLOCK, Jr., Lexington Killed in plane crash, March, 1942 il' REYNOLDS CALVERT, Lexington Killed in plane crash, November 14, 1943 Sir CHARLES FRANCIS CANDIOTO, Lexington Killed in plane crash, May 20, 1943 il? CARL MANLEY CLARKE, Catlettsburg Killed in plane crash, May, 1943 if ALFRED JOHN COGDILL, Lexington Killed in action ik JOHN SHERMAN COLE, Nicholasville Killed in action, November 8, 1942 EDWIN FRANK CONNER, Lexington Killed in action, December 20, 1943 it RALPH LEE DEAN, Austerlitz Killed in action, October 4, 1943 ik' DONALD HUGH DORRIS, Richmond Killed in action, September 14, 1942 if JOHN R. EVANS, Jr., Fort Thomas Killed in plane crash, March 5, 1942 ik' HOWARD ROBERT GARNER, Lawrenceburg Lost at sea, March, 1943 iff EDWARD LYNN GHOLSON, Paducah Killed in plane crash, December 23, 1943 sir ROBERT SAUNDERS GROGAN, Fulton Killed in plane crash, November 28, 1943 it PAUL MARMADUKE HARGETT, Maysville Killed in action, November 8, 1943 sir EMMETT PRESLEY HATTER, Franklin Killed in action, November 22, 1943 ik' GEORGE ELMER HILLARD, Louisville Killed in plane crash, August 6, 1943 ik WILLIAM FRANK IMWALL, Covington Killed in action, August, 1943 M, STONEWALL JACKSON, Arlington Killed in plane crash, October, 1943 ik' MARK ELMER JACOBS, Lexington Killed in plane crash, March 24, 1943 11? FRANK JOHN KEES, Alexandria Killed in action, August, 1943 il? WILLIAM CECIL KITTINGER, Owensboro Killed in action, August 14, 1943 Sir JOSEPH JUSTIN McGINNIS, Lexington Killed in plane accident, November 12, 1943 iff RICHARD ERWIN MAYO, Prestonsburg Killed in plane crash, December, 1943 'iff TED H. MEYER, Missouri Killed in action, February 24, 1942 ik' HARRY CLINTON MULLINS, Jr., Lexington Killed in plane crash, June 26, 1943 ik' LEWIS BAILEY PRIDE, Madisonville Killed in action, December 7, 1941 ik' A. THOMAS ROWE, Anderson, Indiana Killed in action, April 27, 1943 PHILL112 R. SALLEE, Jr., Lexington Killed in plane crash, June 5, 1943 ik HENRY PATTERSON STEELE, Lexington Killed in action, November, 1943 it WILLIAM WESLEY SUTER, Campbellsburg Killed in auto accident, November 20, 1943 ik' EDWIN BURGESS UPDIKE III, Alabama Killed in train wreck, September 6, 1943 ii? FRANCIS WILLIAM THEIS, Henderson Killed in plane crash, January, 1944 ik' ALLEN FLANIGAN WALKER, Bellevue Killed in action, June, 1943 ik JOHN KENNETH WHITE, Lexington Killed in plane crash, March 14, 1943 'Br EDWIN PARSLOW WIGGIN, Quicksand Lost at sea, May, 1943 iii' HARRY B. WILSON, Jr., Irvine Killed in action, October, 1943 Sir BENJAMIN s. WINFREE, Jr., Hopkinsville Died February 17, 1943 n Memoriam Administration 'us 16 QJ 1 'Q 1 Lx ' 1 -J 00 Lgg'-53 W m NJ o i si D9 " 5 in-.41 Classes FRS' Lf ,U M Activities E24 as 93 :A i I i 1 1 ! W 4 E i ? i llermaln Lee Donovan, President Oard of rustees SIMEON S. WILLIS Governor of Kentucky H. S. CLEVELAND R. P. HOBSON ROBERT TWAY EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS JOHN FRED WILLIAMS Superintendent of Public Instruction EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE RICHARD C. STOLL Chairman FROM THE STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE HARRY W. WALTERS ELLIOTT ROBERTSON Commissioner of Agriculture H. D. PALMORE JAMES PARK H. S. CLEVELAND Louisville Shelbyville Franklinton MEMBERS AT LARGE RICHARD C. STOLL ' JOHN S. COOPER MRS. PAUL G. BLAZER Lexington Somerset Ashland R. P. HOBSON HARPER GATTON LEE KIRKPATRICK Louisville Madisonville Paris ALUMNI MEMBERS H. D. PALMORE JAMES PARK GROVER CREECH Frankfort Lexingt0H Louisville . OFFICERS OF THE BOARD SIMEON S. WILLIS RICHARD C. STOLL FRANK D. PETERSON JOHN SRAIN Chairman Vice-Chairman Secretary Treasurer cans of the Colleges X f THOMAS P. COOPER Agriculture and Home Economics WILLIAM S. TAYLOR Education JAMES H. GRAHAM Engineering W. D. FUNKHOUSER Graduate School ALVIN E. EVANS Law . PAUL P. BOYD Arts and Sciences EDWARD WIEs'r Commerce JAMES HENRY ADAMS Education Paducah ANNA MAE ALLEN Agriculture and Home Economics Henderson 4-H Club: Home Economics Club: New- man Club: Y.W.C.A. VIRGINIA ALLEN Agriculture and Home Economics Brandenburg Zeta Tau Alpha: Y.W.C.A.: Glee Club: W.A,A.: Home Economics Club ELOISE AMMERMAN Agriculture and Home Economics Paris ALICE KATHRYN ANDERSON Education Florence Future Teachers of America: German Club: Y.W.C.A. BERNADINE AULICK Arts and Sciences Lexington Bacteriology Society: SuKy: Alpha Lambda Delta FRANCES BACH Arts and Sciences Danville Glee Club: Y.W.C.A.: Kappa Delta ESTHER MAY BAKER Agriculture and Home Economics Hazard Home Economics Club: Y.W.C.A. LELIA FRANCES BARNHILL Agriculture and Home Economics Madisonville Delta. Delta Delta: Home Economics Club AUSTELL BEATON ' Commerce Lexington W.A.A-I Glee Club: Y.W.C.A.Z Wo- men's Rifle Team: 4-H Club Seniors Senior CELIA BEDERMAN Arts and Sciences Lexington Alpha Lambda Delta: Assistant Editor University Bulletin: Y.W.C.A.: Feature Writer for Y's Owl: Student Union Publlclty Committee: Cub Club: Theta Sigma Phi: Mortar Board: Kernel: Reporter: Managing Editor: Editor: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities ELIZABETH ELOISE BENNETT Agriculture and Home Economics Williamstown Alpha Gamma Delta President and So- cial Chairman: S.G.A. Secretary: S.U. B. Secretary: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet: Ken- tucklan Staff: W.A.A.: 240 Committee: Pitkin Club: Home Economics Club: Agriculture Council: Vice President Pan-Hellenic Council: Art Committee Union ANNE BENNET ELLIS Education Eminence House President, Chairman of House Presidents, Secretary of Delta Delta Delta: Y.W.C.A.: House Committee of Student Union ALICE LOUISE BENTON Education Irvine Y.W.C.A. Cabinet: K-Dets: 240 Club NANCY LEE BIRD Education Covington Y.W.C.A.: Spanish Club: Future Teach- ers of America: French Club MARY LEE BROCKMAN BODE Arts and Sciences Asco, West Virginia Kappa Delta: W.A.A.: Y.W.C.A.: Art Club ' MICHAELENE J EAN BOGAN Arts and Sciences Lexington Alpha Xl Delta: Newman Club: Stu- dent Unlon Dance Committee: Social Committee: Gulgnol: Y.W.C.A.: His- torian Alpha Xl Delta: Kentucklan: Assistant Business Manager '43, Busi- ness Manager '44 BETTY BOHANNON Arts and Sciences Versailles Chi Omega: Secretary, Vice President: Theta Sigma Phi: Secretary. Treas- urer: Kernel: Advertising Manager, Business Manager: Cwens: Kentucklan Staff: 240 Committee: Alma Magna Mater CHARLOTTE M. BOSTETTER Arts and Sciences Chicago, Illinois Newman Club: Bacteriology Society: Y.W.C.A.: Kentucklan Staff: German Club HELEN MARGARET BRADFORD Agriculture and Home Economics Demossville Y.W.C.A.: B.S.U.: Home Economics Club: University 4-H Club: S.G.A. Rep- resentatlve , MARGARET SHIRLEY BREWER Education Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta FLORENCE BROWN Education Paducah Zeta Tau Alpha: W.A.A.: Y.W.C.A. GRACE BROWN Agriculture and Home Economics Frankfort Alpha Xl Delta LUCILLE ELDRIDGE BROWN Arts and Sciences l Lexington Y.W.C.A. Cabinet: Dutch Lunch: Pit- kln Club President: Alpha Lambda Delta Vice President: Student Union War Effort Committee: Kernel Adver- tising Staff: Kentucklan Business Staff: W-A-A.: Outing Club: Philosophy Club ELLA WATSON BROWNE Arts and Sciences Winchester A191111 Gamma Delta: Pryor Pre-Med S001-'NYS Block Leader: German Club: Y.W.C.A.: Dutch Lunch Club ANN HILTON BRYANT Commerce Lexington Glee Club: Y.W.C.A.: Dutch Lunch Club: Secretarial Club MILDRED IONE BUCHANAN Arts and Sciences Mayslick Phi Beta: B.S.U. Treasurer: President Hamilton House STERLING BUGG Engineering Harrodsburg MARY BURR IER Education Lexington Alpha X1 Delta: Y.W.C.A.: Future Teachers of America: Dutch Lunch Club: Outing Club ANN ELIZABETH CANTRELL Education Greensburg Alpha Xi Delta: W.A.A.: Y.W.c.A:- Kentucklan: Outing Club: Alpha, Xi Delta! Junior-Senior Fellowship: Ll- brarian, Alpha xx Delta Senior Seniors VIRGINIA ASWELL CANTRILL Arts and Sciences Georgetown Delta Delta Delta: Y.W.C.A.: Pan Hel- lenlc Council JAMES A. CAYWOOD Engineering Lexington Phi Kappa Tau: American Society of Civil Engineers RICHARD TRUMAN CENTERS Education Paducah DORIS ROSE CHRISMAN Agriculture and Home Economics Danville Y. W. C. A.: Kentucklan Staff: Home Economics Club MINKIE CLARK Commerce Maysville Delta Delta Delta.: Glee Club: Chorln- ters: Y.W.C.A. MARTHA GAYLE COCKRELL Arts and Sciences Independence Y.W.C.A.: W.A.A.: Judiciary Commit- tee: Political Chairman Independent Party EVELYN COFFMAN Education Verona Student Union: Gulgnol: House Stu- dent Council MARY DAVIS COLE Education Lynchburg, Ohio CLEON KILMER COMBS Arts and Sciences Prestonsburg Keys: Lamp and Cross: Y.M.C.A. PAULINE COMER Education Falmouth FRANCES LILLIAN CRAWFORD Education Monticello Delta Delta Delta: Y.W.C.A. MARJORIE N. CUMMINS Education Brooksville F.F.A. GERALD CUNDIFF Engineering Danville A.S.M.E. Vice President: Band? Or- chestra: Intramural Football: Intra- mural Basket Ball: Intramural Soft- ball: Y. M. C. A,: Union Committee: A-S-M-E Student Representative: 240 Club JANE LYNN DENNY Arts and Sciences Lexington Dance Committee: Y.W.C.A.: Guignoli Radio: K-Dets: Kampus Kouslns: Date Bureau ALGERNON DICKSON Arts and Sciences Paris KHDDa Kappa Gamma: Y.W.C.A. J 'gy ,.,, NELL DORSEY Education Henderson Delta Delta Delta: Y. W. C. A.: War Stamp Board ANN E. EARLE Education Falmouth SARAH FRANCES EDMONDS Arts and Sciences Louisville Kappa Kappa Gamma: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Key Correspondent: Alma Magna Mater: Bacteriology Club: Y.W.C.A.: Dutch Lunch Club: Student Union House Committee DORIS ENLOW Agriculture and Home Economics Hodgenville Phi Upsllon Omlcron: Home Econom- ics Club: 4-H Club RUTH LOUISE EUBANK Arts and Sciences Covington Y-W-C.-A-I Pitkin Club: Inter Faith Council: Kernel: Westminster Fellow- ship: Group K Book Senior Senior EARL MILTON EVANS, JR. Engineering Louisville Tau Beta Pl Vlce President: Sigma Pl Sigma President: Phl Kappa Tau Treasurer: Kentucky Engineer Feature Writer: A.I.E.E. Vice Chairman: Keys SARA ELIZABETH EWING Agriculture and Home Economics Louisville Freshman Y. W.C.A.: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Rush Chairman: Presldent: Panhellenlc Council President: Social Committee of S.G.A.: Who's Who ln Amerlcan Colleges and Universities: R.O.T.C. Sponsor, sophomore and jun- lor years ALEX FIELDER Engineering Lexington A.S.M.E. President: Baptist Student Union: Intramurals: Football, Basket- ball, Softball: Union Committee: Glee Club: 240 Club: Y.M.C.A.: A.S.M.E. Representative: Kampus Kouslns MARCIA JEANNE FIELDS Arts and Sciences Ft. Thomas Alpha Gamma Delta: Kentucklan: Gulgnol: Y. W. C. A.: Student Unlon Board LULA JEANNE FOLEY Arts and Sciences Lexington Y. W. C. A.: Secretarial Club: Dutch Lunch Club ESTHER FRIEDMAN Arts and Sciences Lexington Y.W.C.A.: German Club: Bacteriology Club: Student Union Activities Com- mittee ELIZABETH GARR Arts and Sciences Lexington Kappa Kappa Gamma: Pltkln Club: Glee Club: Student Union House Com- mittee: Y.W.C.A. FLORIDA RIDGWAY GARRISON Arts and Sciences Lexington Kernel: Kentuckian: Glee Club: Theta Sigma Phi President: Y.W.C.A.: Cub Club MARY VARNON GIBSON Arts and Sciences Paris Chl Omega: Y.W.C.A. ANN MALLORY GILLESPIE Arts and Sciences Franklin Second Vice President, Alpha Gamma Delta: Y.W.C.A.: Glee Club . ERNEST RALPH GREGORY Law Pembroke EDNA M. GRIFFITH Agriculture and Home Economics Paducah Phl Upsllon Omlcron MABEL CLAIRE GUMM Arts and Sciences Lexington Phi Beta: Philharmonic Orchestra.: Slnfonletta: Y.W.C.A.: Radio Orchestra KATHLEEN HAGEN Arts and Sciences Fort Thomas Phi Beta Treasurer: Philharmonic Or- chestra: chonstersp Glee Club: Mixed Chorus: W.A.A.: Y.W.C.A. EVELYN POPE Arts and Sciences Cawood MILDRED ANN HANNAH Arts and Sciences Danville Kentucklan Staff: Y. W. C. A.: House Student Councll, Student Union: Guignol MYRTLE LOUISE HARNED Agriculture and Home Economics Louisville MYRA HARRIS Agriculture and Home Economics Trenton Home Economics Club President: Phi Upsllon Omlcron: University 4-H Club: Y.W.C.A.: Agriculture Council HELEN LOUISE HARRISON Arts and Sciences . Lexington I 1 Y.W.C.A.: Pitkin Club: Outing Club: Student Union Board: W.A.A.: Mortar Board: Cwens: Alpha Lambda Delta: K-Dets: Cosmopolitan Club: Dutch Lunch Club: Who's Who ln American Colleges and Universities: Phl Beta, Kappa SUSAN POUNSFORD HART Education Fort Thomas KHPD8- Kappa Gamma Seniors Seniors VIRGINIA PRIEST HAYNES Education Reed EDYTH BOYD HEATON Arts and Sciences Cincinnati, Ohio Bacteriology Club: Pryor Pre-Med Club: Y.W.C.A.: Dutch Lunch Club: W.A.A. Council: Assistant and Man- ager oi Women's Rlfle Team: Glee Club LILLIAN PEARL HEATON Education Lexington Y.W.C.A.: Spanish Club: Philharmonic V Orchestra ELIZABETH HICKMAN Agriculture and Home Economics Woodbum Home Economics Club: Y.W.C.A.: Pres- ldent, 4-H Club: Treasurer, Shelby House ELIZABETH ANN HOGG Agriculture and Home Economics Jackson Home Economics: 240 Club 5 -or "9" yu q..-.. I ,va fi 1 f"J C' AMANDA HOLLAND Agriculture and Home Economics Hamilton, Ohio Y.W.C.A.: Alma Magna Mater: Home Economics Club DOROTHY COMBS HILL Arts and Sciences Lexington Guignol: Radio: Y.W.C.A. NANCY RANDOLPH HOOD Arts and Sciences Columbia Zeta Tau Alpha: Bacteriology Society PATSY IRWIN HORKAN Arts and Sciences Gainesville, Georgia President, Alpha Delta Pl: Panhellenlc Treasurer: Phi Beta Fraternity: Sweet.. heart, Sigma Chl: R.O.T.C. Regimental Sponsor: Tau Sigma, Treasurer: U of K Troupers, Y.W.C.A. RALPH L. HUCABY Engineering Monticello President, Tau Beta Pl: Sigma P1 513. ma: Editor, Kentucky Engineer: Chair- man, A.I.E.E. i- LUCILLE HURT Agriculture and Home Economics Bulan ILENA JACKSON Education Lexington ' Baptist Student Unlon Council: Y.W.C.A. FRANCES LOUISE JINKINS Arts and Sciences Nashville, Tennessee President, Cwens: Alpha Lambda Del- 38: Treasurer, S.G.A.: Secretary, Stu- dent Loan Committee: House Commlt- tee of S.U.B.: Y.W.C.A.: House Presl- dent and Treasurer, Alpha Delta Pli Wh0'S Who ln American Colleges and Universities BILLYE JEAN JONES Commerce North Middletown Y.W.C.A.: Delta Delta Delta ELLIS FRANKLIN JONES, JR. Commerce Gallatin, Tennessee Sigma. Alpha Epsilon HELEN KAFOGLIS Arts and Sciences Lexington FRANCES KING KENDALL Agriculture and Home Economics Vanceburg Y,W.C.A. Cabinet: Home Economics Club: Y.W.C.A. LUCILLE KENNEDY Education -, Hodgenville Y.W.C.A.: Spanish Club: Delta Delta Delta BRUCE KENNELLY Arts and Sciences Covington Alpha Chl Sigma: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet: Vice President, Y.M.C.A.: President, Phalanx Club: Amerlcan Chemical Society: Pltkln Club MARTHA TOWNSEND KOPPIUS Arts and Sciences Lexington Secretary and Vice President, Chl Omega: Vlce President. Mortar Board: Who's Who ln American Colleges and Unlversltles: Cwens: President, Alpha Lambda Delta: Vice President, Pltkln Club: Vlce President, Spanish Club: S.G.A. Representative Senior Senior CHARLES GORDON KRAMER Engineering Ashland President, Alpha Tau Omega: Band: Symphony Orchestra JAMES DONALD LAIL Law Lexington ERNEST WILLIAM LeMASTERS Engineering Parkersburg, West Virginia American Society of Mechanical En- gineers: Band: Orchestra: Men's Glee Club MILTON I-I. LEWIS Engineering Pineville Band VIRGINIA LIPSCOMB Commerce Lexington President, Mortar Board: Women's Glee Club: Beta Gamma Sigma: Pit- kin Club: Cwens: Alpha Lambda Del- ta: Dutch Lunch Club: Philosophy Club: Chl Omega Economics Award: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet CHARLINE LISANBY Agriculture and Home Economics Lexington Cwens: Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Up- sllon Omlcronz Y.W.C.A.: Rltle Team: Alma Magna Mater: Home Economics Club: Agriculture Councll VIRGINIA LONG Education Closter, New Jersey W.A.A.: Y.W.C.A.: War Stamp Com- mittee: Associate Editor and Editor, Kentucklan: Phl Beta: Hlstorlan, Bec- retary, and President, Zeta Tau Al- pha: Radio Studios: Who's Who ln American Colleges and Unlversltles: Pan Hellenic Council: Board ol' Stu- dent Publications LILLIAN LYCAN Agriculture and Home Economics Fort Gay, W. Va. ARNETIA LYKINS Agriculture and Home Economics Clay City ANNE HOWARD LYTTLE Arts and Sciences Wilmore Y.W.C,A.: Dutch Lunch Club: Alma Magna Mater: Newman Club 5- OTTIS G. McBEATH Engineering Catherine, Alabama Triangle MARTHA CARY MCCAULEY Arts and Sciences ' Versailles KRPPE Kappa Gamma: Cwens: W.A.A. council: Kernel Staff: Kentucklan Bum: Y.W.C.A.: Alma Magna Mater: Student Union Committee MARY JEAN MCELROY Arts and Sciences Lebanon Delta Delta Delta: Y.W.C.A. SARAH MCINTEER Arts and Sciences Lexington , Philosophy Club: French Cllxb: Y.W.- C.A.: Owens: Chl Delta Phi: Phi Al- Dhl Theta: Secretary, Mortar Board . DOLORES MACK Education Lexington gh' AlDha Theta: Philosophy Club: uture Teachers of America: Y.W.C.A. .4-if All. ll MARY ANN MACKE Arts and Sciences Newport Alpha Lambda Delta: Pl Mu Epsilon FAYE MAGGARD Arts and Sciences Paintsville Kappa Delta: Tau Slgma ANN SCOTT MAHER Arts and Sciences Washington Women's Glee Club: Y.W.C.A. ' ELSIE MARCH Arts and Sciences Van Homesville, New York Y.W.C.A.: Pan-Hellenic: Activity Chair- man: Rush Chairman and Vice Presl- dent of Zeta Tau Alpha: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet: Chalrman, Social Service of Y.W.: Manchester Girl Reserve Club: Freshman Councilor: University War Chest Committee: University War Bond and Stamp Committee AMANDA CAROLYN MILLER Commerce Campton Archery Manager, W.A.A.: Y.W.C.A.: Student Union Committee Senior Senior MILDRED HILDA MILLER Arts and Sciences Lexington Women's Glee Club: K-Dets: W.A.A.: Y.W.C.A.: House Committee of S.U.B. JEAN RICH MILLS Education Bellevue Y.W.C.A.: Kentuckian Staff: Gulgnol: Committee of 240: Women's Glee Club: Chorlsters: Social Chairman, Alphal Gamma Delta: Kappa Delta Pl: Alma Magna Mater: Swimming team, W.A.A. SARA LEE MOCK Agriculture and Home Economics Louisville Treasurer, Pan-Hellenic: President, Kappa Delta: Y.W.C.A. JAMES C. MOORE Arts and Sciences Harrodsburg Pryor Pre-Med Society CLAUDINE MULLINAUX A Commerce Corbin Treasurer, Mortar Board: Secretary, Y.W.C.A. Senlor Cabinet: Kentucklan Editorial Staff: Vice President, Dutch Lunch Club: Secretary, House Com- mittee of S.U.B.: Publicity Commit- tee ot S.U.B.: Co-Editor, K-Book: Plt- kin Club: Chairman, S.G.A. Social Committee: Independent Organization: Kernel News Stan: Junior-Senior As- sembly of Y.W.C.A.: Future Teachers ol' America: Secretarial and Buslness Educ. Club: Committee of 240: Cwens: Women's Athletic Association GORDON P. MUNDRANE Engineering Morristown, New Jersey Triangle JAMES L. NEILL Arts and Sciences Russellville Guignol: Band: Radio Studio MARY ELEANOR NEILL Agriculture and Home Economics Russellville Y.W.C.A. IRVIN H. NELTNER Arts and Sciences Cold Spring Alpha Chl Sigma WILLIAM R. NICKELL Engineering Lexington President, SuKy, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Treasurer, American Society of Clvil Engineers: Phalanx: Pltkln Club: Kam- pus Kouslns: Social Committee. Stu- dent Union NORMA N. NISWONGER Education Providence Tau Sigma: Student Union Commit- tees: Edltor, Kappa Delta: K-Dets: Gulgnol FRANCES OWENS Agriculture and Home Economics Hazard Home Economics Club ROBERTA DOWNING PARKER Arts and Sciences Lexington Y'.W.C.A.: French Club: Kentucklan: Student Union Board House Commit- tee Chairman: Alma Magna Mater: Kappa Kappa. Gamma BETTY JANE PAYNE Arts and Sciences Lexington Alpha Lambda Delta: Cwens: Secre- tary. Newman Club: President, Vice President, Bacterlological Society THOMAS JEFFERSON PENN Arts and Sciences Sadieville Y.M.C.A.: Pryor Pre-Med Society LOUIS EDWARD PERRAUT Arts and Sciences Cynthiana Newman Club: Pryor Pre-Med Society CHARLOTTE ANN H. PHELPS Education ' Morgantown DAVID MCCORD PHELPS, III Engineering Lexington Keys: Phi Mu Alpha: Glee Club: Chor- lsters: A.S.C.E.: Kappa Sigma BETTY ANN POINDEXTER Arts and Sciences Cynthiana Y.W.C.A.: Delta Delta. Delta LUTHER C. POWELL Arts and Sciences Owensboro Seniors Seniors JEAN B. PRICHARD Agriculture and Home Economics Morehead EVA DUPUY PRICE Education Lexington Chi Omega ELLEN JANE PURCELL Arts and Sciences Fulton Future Teachers of America: Y.W.C.A. CHARLES LOUIS RACKE Arts and Sciences Alexandria Keys: Interfraternlty Council: Pryor Pre-Med Society: Phi Sigma Kappa HELEN ELIZABETH RAYNOR Arts and Sciences Pikeville Y.W.C.A.: Delta Delta Delta -1 VIRGINIA RAYNOR Arts and Sciences Pikeville Y.W.C.A.: Bacterlological Society: Del- ta Delta Delta GLORIA JEAN REID Arts and Sciences Fenton, Michigan Alpha Gamma Delta MARY JANE RIGGS Agriculture and Home Economics Ludlow Glee Club: Home Economics Club: Y.W.C.A. ANNE RICKETTS Arts and Sciences Nicholasville Gulgnol House Committee, Student Union: Interfaith Council: President. Newman Club: 240 Committee: Pitkin Club LUCILLE DARON RICHARDSON Arts and Sciences Winchester Alpha Xi Delta ANNA CATHERINE RIGSBY Arts and Sciences Crab Orchard Baptist Student Union: Y.W.C.A. ANNIE LAURIE RILEY Arts and Sciences Lexington Cwens: Chorlsters: Radio: Glee Club: Y.W.C.A.: Gulgnol MARGUERITE WILDA RILEY Arts and Sciences Pikeville Alpha Delta Pl PATRICIA RIMMER Commerce Prestonsburg Kernel Staff: Y.W.C.A.: Gulgnol: For- Um Committee, Student Union: W.A.A.: House President, Kappa Delta BETTE CAROL ROBINSON Arts and Sciences Owensboro Kentucklan Staff: House Committee, Student Union: Y.W.C.A.: Alpha Gam- ma Delta bl I 'Irv 1. '4-of . DOROTHY VIRGINIA ROBINSON Education Georgetown SuKy: Alpha Xi Delta JOHN LEWIS ROGERS Engineering Glasgow Y.M.C.A.: 240 Club: American Society ol' Civil Engineers AN ITA ROOS Arts and Sciences Lexington Mortar Board: President, Secretary, Phl Beta: Cwens: Alpha Lambda Del- ta: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities: S.G.A.: Dutch Lunch Club: Y.W.C.A.: Vocal Director, Radlo Studios: University Philharmonic Or- chestra: Soloist, Chorlsters: Women's Glee Club: Mixed Glee Club: Soloist, Convocations BETSY ROSS Commerce Anchorage Treasurer, Kappa Kappa Gamma: Newman Club: Y.W.C.A. MARY JEAN RUNYON Commerce Ashland Alpha X1 Delta: Y.W.C.A. Senior Senior JAMES H. SAUNDERS Arts and Sciences Hopkinsville Student Government Association: Vice President, Alpha, Chi Sigma: President, Lances: Varsity Rifle Team: U.K. Rifle and Plstol Club: Vlce President, Stu- dent Afllllate of Chemical Society: Y.M.C.A. MARY CATHERINE SAUNDERS Agriculture and Home Economics Flemingsburg Kappa Delta: Y.W.C.A.: Home Eco- nomlcs Club MAUREEN SAVAGE Arts and Sciences Rockport, Indiana Alpha Xi Delta: Newman Club: Y.W.C.A. LEWIS SAWIN Arts and Sciences Lexington Lamp and Cross Vice President: Ker- nel, Managlng Editor: I-lead Radio All- nouncer: Lances: Keys, Vice Presl- dent: Kappa Sigma JOAN SCHEGEL Education Winchester Kappa Delta Pl 1 WANDA SCRIVNER Arts and Sciences Lexington Alpha Delta Pl: W.A.A.: R.O.T.C. Sponsor: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet: K-Dets: Kentucklan Staff MARY E. SEARCY Agriculture and Home Economics Sinai President, Home Economics Club: Ag- ricultural Councll: W.A.A. Council: Treasurer, 4-H Club: Y.W.C.A. FRANCES SELLERS Arts and Sciences Paris Glee Club: Orchestra GLENN W. SELLERS Engineering Stearns Y.M.C.A. Cabinet: Pltkln Club: Bap- tist Student Union: Institute of Radio Engineers: American Institute ot Elec- trical Engineers MARY E. SHAW Arts and Sciences Frankfort Delta Delta Delta: Phi Beta: Tau Sig- ma: Y.W.C.A. E- WILLIAM A. SHIRE Arts and Sciences Paris German Club: Pltkln Club: Affiliate of American Chemical Society BETSY WYNNE SIMPSON Arts and Sciences Nicholasville Phl Beta: Glee Club: Chorlsters FOREST M. SKAGGS Arts and Sciences Salyersville Kappa Sigma: Pryor Society BARBARA SMEDLEY Agriculture and Home Economics Lexington Kappa Delta: Pitkin Club: Y.W.C.A.: Dutch Lunch Club: Student Unlon Art Committee MARY SMITH Agriculture and Home Economics Sharpsburg Y.W.C.A.: Home Economics Club: 4-I-l Club: Outing Club ,no- VINCENT SPAGNUOLO Arts and Sciences Cumberland President, S.G.A.: S.G.A. Legislature: Vice President, Secretary, Newman Club: Advertising Manager, Kernel: Sports Editor, Kentucklan: Union Board House and Actlvltles Commit- tees: Freshman Counselor: Men's Dormitory Council: Guignol, Advertis- ing Manager CAROLYN SPICER Arts and Sciences Lexington Mortar Board: President, Treasurer, Y.W.C.A.: Editor "Y's" Owl: Historian, Alpha Lambda Delta: Pltkln Club: Vice President, Alpha Delta Pl: Vlce President, Cwens: Who's Who ln Amer- ican Colleges and Universities CAROLA SPURR Education Lexington SuKy: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet: W.A.A.: In- terfaith Council: K Bock Stafl: Union Board Art and House Dance Commit- te: Cwens: Bacteriology Society: Plt- kin Club: Dutch Lunch Club: Campus Service: Date Bureau Committee MARY JACQUELINE STAMPER Agriculture and Home Economics Olive Hill Y.W.C.A. RICHARD W. STOREY Engineering Lynch President of American Society of Civil Engineers, Student Chapter: Circula- tion and Business Manager of the Ken- ' tucky Engineer Senior Seniors WILLIAM T. STEPHENSON Commerce Frankfort Y.M.C.A. ADALIN STERN Arts and Sciences Lexington Mortar Board: Cwens: Alpha Lambda Delta: Y. W. C. A.: Philosophy Club' Union Board Art Committee: First Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant, K- Dets: Dutch Lunch Club: Guignol Productions: Queen, Military Ball: Company Sponsor, Regimental Spon- sor, R.O.T.C.: Kentuckian JOHN HARDIN SUTTERFIELD Arts and Sciences Lexington Delta Tau Delta: Radio: Snap Shot Editor, Kentucklan: Gulgnolg Kernel MORRISON V. SWIFT Arts and Sciences Lexington S.G.A.: Pitkin Club: Kampus Kouslns: Kotfee Klub: Le Cercle Francais: Co- Presldent, Outing Club: Newman Club ALMA TARKINGTON Agriculture and Home Economics Moreland Home Economics Club: Y.W.C.A.: 240 Club: K-Dets l All ,N:4 MARY MASON TAYLOR Agriculture and Home Economics Georgetown Home Economics Club: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Alma Magna Mater: Student Union Committees: Chi Omega CHARLOTTE TERRY Arts and Sciences Mayfield Y.W.C.A.: Delta Delta Delta LILLIAN ELEANOR TERRY Arts and Sciences Lexington Chi Delta Phi: Phl Alpha Theta: Y.W.C.A. HELEN M. THACKER Education Sutton CORNELIA ROSE THOMAS Agriculture and Home Economics Winchester Home Economics Club 5- PATRICIA THORNTON Agriculture and Home Economics Lexington Phi Upsllon Omlcron MARTHA LEE THURMAN Commerce Crossville, Tennessee HELEN JANE TRUBY Education Lexington Y.W.C.A.: Dutch Lunch Club: Secre- tarial Club: Spanish Club: Future Teachers ol America BOONE TUCKER Agriculture and Home Economics Parksville Home Economics Club: Y.W.C.A. JAMES L. VALLANDINGHAM Arts and Sciences Lexington Pryor Pre-Med Society MARYAN VOGT Education Louisville Y.W.C.A.: Alma Magna Mater CORINNE WADE Arts and Sciences Lebanon Y.W.C.A.: Bacteriology Society: Delta Delta Delta ADELINE WALLACE Agriculture and Home Economics Nicholasville PATRICIA WALLACE Education Huntington, W. Va. Phi Alpha Theta: House Pres1dent's Council: Newman Club JACK BRADFORD WALTERS, Il Engineering Frankfort American Society of Mechanical En- gineers: U. K. Band: Y.M.C,A. Seniors Senior ' RAY PRESTON WALTERS Engineering Ashland American Society of Mechanical En- glneers BARBARA LEACHMAN WALTON Education Franklin Delta Delta Delta Y ' . A ' if W E 1 WILLIAM E. WARE Arts and Sciences Trenton ELIZABETH CAROLYN WARNER Arts and Sciences Quogue, Long Island, New York Secretary, Zeta Tau Alpha: Spanish Club: French Club: Y.W.C.A. JULIA WATERS Arts and Sciences Lexington Women's Athletic Association: Y.W.- C.A.: Dutch Lunch Club: Glee Club 30 ALICE WEBSTER WATKINS Arts and Sciences London Publicity Chairman, Delta Delta Delta: Managing Editor, Kernel: Presldent, Phi Alpha Theta: Student Government Legislature: Theta Sigma Phi: Presl- dent, Chi Delta Phi: Associate Editor, Kernel HAZEL RUTH WEAKLEY Agriculture and Home Economics Shelbyville Y.W.C.A.: Home Economics Club: Phl Upsllon Omlcron: Chl Omega CAMILLA WEATHERS Commerce Lexington SuKy: K-Detsi Student Union Dance Committee: Y.W.C.A.: Chl Omega NORMA WEATHERSPOON Arts and Sciences Fulton Scholarship Chairman, Journal Cor- respondent, Alpha Xl Delta: Historian, Mortar Board: News Editor, Assistant News Editor, Reporter. Kernel: Secre- tary, Theta Sigma Phi: Victory Chair- man, SGA: Constitutional Committee, SGA: Secretary, Chl Delta Phi: Cub Club: Alpha Lambda Delta: Kentuck- ian Staff, 1941-42: Forum Committee: Mortar Board Freshman Cup: Mortar Board Sophomore Plaque: Theta Sigma Phl Freshman Plaque EDITH M. WEISENBERGER Arts and Sciences Midway President, Rush Chairman, Pledge Mis- tress, Secretary. Chl Omega: Presi- dent. Union Board: Unlon Board Dance Committee, 1940-41: Chairman, Art Committee, 1941-42: Secretary, Pan Hellenic Council: Kentuckian Staff: Newman Club: K-Dets: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities VIRGINIA ELIZABETH WESLEY Education Lexington President, Vice President, Delta Delta Delta: Cheerleader: Treasurer, Cwens: Freshman Y.W.C,A. Secretary: Alma Magna Mater: W.A.A.: Student Union Committees: Mortar Board: Dutch Lunch Club: Sophomore Commission: Pan Hellenic Council: Pitkin Club: Kappa Delta Pl J EAN WHALEY Agriculture and Home Economics Flemingsburg Home Economics Club: Student Union Committee: Kentucklan: Kappa Delta THEODORE ALBERT WHITE Arts and Sciences Middlesboro Alpha Chl Sigma J ACQUELYN WIEDEBURG Arts and Sciences Hopkinsville Gulgnol: Phl Beta: Troupers: Tau Sig- ma: Y.W.C.A. A. MARJORIE WILSON Agriculture and Home Economics Brandenburg President, Zeta Tau Alpha: Pan Hel- lenlc Council: W.A.A.: Y.W.C.A.: Home Economics Club: S.G.A.: Phi Upsllon Omlcron MARY WILSON Agriculture and Home Economics Owensboro Home Economics Club: 4-H Club: Glee Club: Y.W.C.A. NANCY WILSON . Arts and Sciences Akron, Ohio Bacteriology Society: German Club: Y.W.C.A. GEORGIANNA YOUNG Education Providence Delta Delta Delta: Y.W.C.A. Senior Senior J AMES EDWARD ABELL Arts and Sciences Bardstown Secretary, Sigma Phi Epsilon: Scab- bard and Blade: Men's Glee Club: Chorlsters: Kentucklan DEE ASHLEY AKERS Arts and Sciences Carrollton Fencing Team: Bandleader C. EDWIN BARNES Arts and Sciences Louisville Sigma Chl: Omlcron Delta Kappa: President, Lamp and Cross: President, Lances: Pershing Rmes: Men's Glee Club: Associate Editor, Kentucklan: Kernel: Gulgnol House Manager: Band Color Sergeant: Student Union Board WILLIAM CAPRON CAYWOOD Engineering Hartford, Connecticut President, Phi Kappa Tau: Omlcron Delta Kappa: Tau Beta Pl: Lamp and Cross: Lances: S.G.A.: Kentucky En- gineer: Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and Blade ELBERT A. CHEEK Commerce Lexington President, Phi Sigma Kappa: Captain, Pershing Rifles: First Lieutenant, Bcabbard and Blade: Glee Club: Chor- lsters JOHN JOSEPH DAVID Engineering Louisville Phi Kappa Tau: Swimming Team - GEORGE ELLSWORTH DUDLEY Commerce Earlington Secretary, Treasurer, Sigma Alpha Ep- sllon: S.G.A.: Omlcron Delta Kappa: Pershing Rifles: Men's Glee Club: In- terfraternlty Council LOUIS DUSINA Engineering Lynch Intramurals: Football and Basketball OLIVER WILLIAM GARD Engineering Lexington RICHARD E. GERRISH, JR. Engineering Sigma Chl M JOE BURGESS HALL Agriculture and Home Economics Georgetown Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and Blade HAROLD B. LINDSAY Arts and Sciences Madisonville Sigma Nu: Chorlsters: Men's Glee Club: Mixed Glee Club: Keys: Lances: Lamp and Cross: Phi Mu Alpha: Y.M.C'.A. 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SIMMS Engineering Springfield Scabbard and Blade: American Society of Mechanical Engineers: Newman Club C00 Tl I Seniors Without Pictures EDWIN ABELING, Arts and Sciences ROBERT ADAIR, Arts and Sciences . WM. H. ADAMS, Arts and Sciences . ROSANNA BLAKE, Law .... ELIZABETH BROWN, Arts and Sciences . WILLIAM EARL BUCKNER, Education . . DAWSON HAWKINS COBLIN, Arts and Sciences CONSTANCE L. COLE, Arts and Sciences . JANE F. COLLIS, Agriculture . . . . MARVIN CORNETT, Law ....... DOROTHY ECKLAR COTTRELL, Arts and Sciences . RAYMOND CRAVENS, Law ...... AUDREY V. DAVIS, Arts and Sciences . . . SALLY P. DAVIS, Arts and Sciences igraduatej . ANNA FIGHTMASTER DAY, Education . . JOHN E. EDWARDS, Law DICK CYRIL FERGUSON, Arts and Sciences ANN CANON FRANK, Education .... LUCILLE HANEY FRENCH, Arts and Sciences . CARL N. HAGGARD, Arts and Sciences . . WINSTON S. HENDRICKSON, Law . . . MARY J. HOUSEHOLDER, Arts and Sciences WILLIAM W. HUMMEL, Commerce . . . JOSEPH E. 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Preston, Law Nell G. Rice, A.8u S. Richard E. Richards, A.8a S. 52 WILLIAM ZIMMERMAN Agriculture and Home Economics Louisville Miriam L. Richmond, A.8z. S. Dorothy Virginia Robinson, Educ Mary Jean Runyon, Com. Murrell Salutsky, A.8s S. Leonard P. Schooler, A.8z S. Forrest May Skaggs, A.8n S. Louise W. Teater Martin C. Thompson, A.8n S. Allie Frances Treadway, A.8n S. Richard C. Turrell, A.8a S. Garner E. Tussey, A.8zs S. M. D. Van Horn, Engr. George Velotta, A.8a S. Mary H. Velotta, A.8z S. Margie Lee Villesvik, A.8a S. Alma C. Wade, A.8n S. Ray P. Walters, Engr. Arthur C. White, A.8n S. Geraldine Williams, Law Otis L. Williams, Agr. Barbara F. Winters, A.8a S. Wendell Witten, A.8r S. Edna F. York, A.8n S. Georgiana Young, Educ. Ann P. Abbott, A.8n S. Edwina L. Abraham, Com. Jane E. Adams, Agr. Nancy J. Adams, Agr. Jesse Earl Adams, Jr., A.8r S. Shirley Ades, A.8a S. Bette Anne Allen, 'A.8r S. Ann English Anderson, A.8n S. Ruth Anthony, Agr. Helen Raymond Arnold, A.8a S. Davis Corbin Atkins, A.8z. S. Ruth Louise Avelar, A.8a S. June Baker, A.8r S. Lilly Maude Baker, Educ. Ruth Baker, Com. Edna Floyd Ball, A.8u S. Mary Ruth Ballard, A.8z S. Helen Marjorie Barnes, Educ. Jack A. Barnes, Engr. Leslie Barnes, Com. Ann Barron, A.8a S. William R. Barton, A.8a S. Imogene N. Berryman, Agr. Ada Lillian Bertram, A.8z S. Helen Catherine Bertram, A.8n S. Betty Lee Birk, A.8u S. Laura Jeanne Blake, A.8n S. Ethel Watts Blanton, A.8r S. Barbara Bloom, A.8r S. Frances G. Board, A.8z S. Joseph R. Bolton, A.8z. S. Betty Ann Brauer, Agr. Leslie Catherine Bruce, A.8r S. Norma Louetta Buell, Com. Jeanne Bureau, A.8n S. Dewitt O. Burke, Com. Charleen Burris, Agr. Marybelle Calvert, A.8z S. Wilma Jeanne Canada, A.8a S. M. Emily Cannon, Educ. Betty Sue Capen, Com. Mabel Carnes, A.8z S. Mildred Carnes, A.8u S. Betty Sue Caruthers, Com. Grace Louise Cavender, Com. Kitty Campbell Churchill, Educ. Betty F. Clardy, Agr. Lillian E. Click, A.8n S. Helen M. Coburn, Agr. Janet E. Collins, Com. Harry R. Conrad, Agr. Lillian G. Cook, A.8r S. Dorothy L. Coons, A.8r S. Mary Patricia Cottrell, A.8a S. Mary Jane Cox, A.8n S. Jean Shirley Crabb, A.8r S. Mary Lavonne Craig, Com. Elizabeth Crapster, A.8a S. Katherine N. Crapster, A.8n S. Helen Cristil, A.8r S. Clyde C. Cropper, Agr. Billie Juanita Dale, A.8r S. Mary Helen Daley, Com. Audrey Jane Danks, A.8L S. Jane Darnaby, Com. Helen F. Davis, Agr. Mary Lillian Davis, A.8u S. Dorcus A. Dawes, Com. Elizabeth Ann Deal, A.8r S. Alice Louise Dean, A-55 S' Nancy Jane Dempsey, A.8n S. Lillian Irene Dickens, Educ. Ruth Dimock, A.8a S. David Disbrow, Engr. Rebecca Jean Donaldson, A.8n S. Mary Jane Dorsey, A.8n S. Elizabeth Veech Dosker, Educ. Cornelia C. Dozier, A.8n S. Katie M. Dunn, Agr. Thomas E. Earle, A.8a S. Lucille Edwards, Educ. Edward L. Elder, Engr. Lloyd M. Elkin, A.8n S. Anne C. Elliott, Agf- Jeanne H. Elliott, A-35 S- Margaret G. Ellison, A.8r S. William R. Embry, Com- Cyrus C. Estes, Agr. Jane Eyer, A.8r S. Ann Eyer, A.8a S. Mildred Jean Faulkner, ABL S. Agnes Louise Fenimore, A.8r S. Sue Ann Fenimore, A.8u S. Lillian B. Finley, A.8a S. Dorothy L. Fischer, A.8u S. Susan Virginia Fisher, A.8n S. Betty Lee Fleishman, A.8L S- Betty Jane Foil, Com. Julia Elizabeth Foley, A.8z S. Florence Fox, Com. Mildred A. Fox, Agr. Alice E. Freeman, Agr. Mildred Frymire, Agf- Charlene M. Gallaher, Com. Mary Jane Gallaher, A.8z S. Joe Gardner, A.8r S. Ann Garst, A.8r S. Martha Alexander Gayle, Educ. Claudine Turner Gibson, A.8L S. Carolyn Frances Gilson, A.8r S. Betty Ann Ginocchio, A.8a S. Elizabeth F. Goggin, A.8a S. Milton Kay Goldberg, A.8r S. Zelma Goldenberg, A.8a S. Ruth A. Grannis, Agr. Billy W. Gravely, A.8a S. Evelyn Ruth Greene, A.8r S. Charles E. Greenwell, A.8z S. Martha Allen Gregory, Educ. Patricia Kay Griffith, A.8r S. Charles R. Gruenberger, A.8r S Mary K. Guttenberger, A.8r S. Jane Gudgel, Agr. Thomas Marshall Hahn, A.8LS Doris Ruth Hall, A.8n S. Marian V. Harris, Agr. Josephine T. Harrison, Ah S. Laura Louise Hasse, A.8a S. Mildred Ann Hatchett, A.8r S. Margaret C. Hatter, Agr. Mary Frances Helmick, Ah S. Marietta Helton, Com. Joan Hendricks, Educ. Eva C. Hensley, Agr. Esther B. Herman, Agr. Shirley Anne Herowitz, A.8u S. Fred N. Hill, A.8u S. James N. Hisle, Engr. Charles R. Hoge, Com. Anne Yancy Holland, A.8r S. Jane A. Holland, Agr. Jean Louise Hopewell, Com. Eleanor F. Hopkins, A.8r S. Silvian C. Hopkins, Agr. G. W. Howard, Engr. Wanda June Hubbard, Educ. Katherine B. Hunt, Com. Richard H. Hunt, A.8r S. Frank S. Hurst, A.8r S. Virginia Hutton, A.8z S. Garnett Hylton, Agr. Martha E. James, Com. Chester C. Jenkins, Engr. Jacqueline L. Johnson, A.8a S. Margaret C. Johnson, A.8r S. Myra M. Johnson, Agr. Emily Jones, Com. Juliette Jones, A.8z. S. Marie D. Jones, Com. Martha L. Jones, Agr. Mary C. Jones, Agr. Shirley Hope Keeti, A.8z S. Sophomores Sophomores Martha Kephart, A.8r S. Lon L. Keith, A.8n S. Louis E. Kidwell, A.8a S. Dorothy E. Kirkland, A.8a S. Julie Anne Klovstad, A.8n S. Hettie B. Knight, A.8a S. Marian L. Krauss, Agr. Rita Faye Kravetz, A.8a S. Edna M. Land, Agr. Mary Louise Land, Educ. Julie G. Landrum, A.8n S. Patti Gay Latta, A.8z S. Harry R. Lawson, Engr. Frances Lawton, Agr. Maurice Derby Leach, A.8n S. Virginia J. Leathers, Agr. Ann Louise Lewis, Com. Winnie R. Lewis, Agr. Betty K. Lillard, Agr. Ruth E. Link, Agr. Dorothy Locke ,A.8a S. Nancy L. Lockery, Agr. Mildred Louise Long, A.8r. S. Edna Lykins, Com. Mary J. McBee, Agr. Margery B. McCabe, A.8z. S. Sarah Jane McCannon, A.8a S. Patricia Ann McCarty, Com. Elizabeth McCullough, Engr. Martha G. McKenney, Agr. Mildred J. McKenney, Agr. Martha F. McKinlay, A.8z. S. F. Elizabeth McNeal, A.8n S. Linda Sue McReynolds, A.8u S. Ellen H. Marshall, A.8z S. Amelia B. Mason, Agr. Shirley R. Meister, A.8n S. Dora Merenbloom, Com. Harriet Messer, A.8z S. Joe E. Mettler, A.8n S. Isobel Frances Michelson, A.Ev. S. George O. Miller, Engr. Marijane Miller, A.8z. S. Helen Bryan Milman, A.8a S. Anne Warren Mitchell, Educ. Betsey Jane Mitchell, A.8L S. Mary L. Mitts, Agr. Mildred Allen Moore, A.8z S. George Douglas Morgan, A.8n S. Sylvia I. Morgan, Agr. James E. Morreaux, Engr. Martha S. Moser, Agr. Mary Jackson Mulligan, A.8a S. Marie Louise Munroe, A.8a S. Esther Vaughn Nevitt, A.8a S. Ada V. Newland, A.8n S. Mason Nooe, Com. Martha P. Null, Agr. Laura B. Oldham, Agr. Susan Jane Oldham, A.8a S. Lucy B. Oliver, Agr. Gwendolyn Dorsey Pace, A.8z S. Almira Davis Parks, Com. Mary E. Patterson, A.8z S. Runelle Frances Patterson, A.8n S. Mary Louise Patton, A.8n S. Mary Brewster Phelps, A.8n S. Juanita L. Phillips, A.8a S. Catherine T. Plain, Agr. Doris Haney Pollitt, A.8a S. Mildred Porter, Agr. Permelia Ailene Preston, A.8a S. Esther J. Price, Agr. Martha E. Pruitt, A.8z S. Sarah Dee Rainey, A.8a S. Sarah K. Rankin, Agr. Carol Rauch, A.8a S. John W. Renfro, A.8a S. Margaret Dean Richards, Ah S. Bettie Riggs, Agr. James N. Riley, Engr. Martha J. Ringo, Agr. Dora Lee Robertson, A.8r S. Sarah Marshall Rodes, A.8s S. Maxine E. Rodgers, Com. Margaret Elizabeth Rogers, A.8a S. Mary Virginia Rogers, A.8u S. Mary Virginia Rogers, A.8a S. Edward G. Rose, Agr. Helen Marie Rose, A.8z S. Ivolon Marilynn Ross, A.8z S. Jean Park Rowe, Com. Betty Jean Ruby, Agr. Bettie Harris Russell, A.8a S. Logan Savage, Engr. A. H. Scaggs, Engr. Jack Richard Scharstein, A.8n S. - Mary Christine Schlund, A.8n S. H. Louise Scholl, Alia S. Ruth Ellen Schroeder, A.8n S. F. William Schumann, Engr. Charles Arthur Scott, A.8z S. Iris D. Shannon, Agr. Charles E. Shelby, Agr. Mary Patsy Shely, A.8a S. Rebecca J. Shinkle, Agr. Lois J. Shipley, Agr. Dorothy P. Shively, Agr. Walter E. Shropshire, Agr. 54 Gwendolyn Shryock, Agr. Doris Lorene Singleton, A.8z. S. Ann Caroline Smith, Com. Emilie Varden Smith, A.8u S. Marjorie Smith, A.8n S. Mildred Marie Smith, A.8a S. Mildred Elizabeth Sparks, Educ. Rowena Sparks, Agr. Alice H. Spencer, Agr. Nancy Louise Stagg, Com. David Joseph Stanonis, A.8a S. Betty B. Stephenson, Agr. Margaret J. Stokes, Agr. Jane A. Stone, Agr. Frances W. Street, A.8a S. Mildred A. Tatum, Agr. Nancy Ellen Taylor, A.8n S. Carol J. Terry, Agr. Betty Jean Tevis, A.8u S. Dolores Thompson, Com. Marie Hord Thompson, A.8a S. Polly Thompson, A.8z S. Mary L. Thornton, Agr. Nancy Fillmore Toll, A.8a S. Alice Jane Tribble, A.8u S. G. R. Turner, Engr. Lillian Rose Unger, A.8u S. Stuart Urbach, A.8a S. Ania Rai Vickers, Com. Reeda Rose VonAllmen, A.8a S. William A. Wade, Engr. Anna Mary Wagner, A.8n S. Bobette Walker, A.8u S. Irvin Tracy Wallace, A.8a S. Betty P. Waltman, Agr. Virginia Ward, Com. Fred Watson, A.8a S. Henretta Douglas Watts, A.8a S. Margaret J. Wayne, Engr. Ann V. Webb, Agr. Margaret Julia Wharton, A.8a S. James Robert Whitley, Com. Niesje Bond Wilder, A.8n S. Mildred W. Williams, A.8z S. Paul M. Williams, A.8z. S. Jane Williamson, A.8n S. Grace Kennedy Willmott, A.8z. S Jane Allene Wolf, A.8n S. Morgan W. Woodward, A.8r S. Bonnie Jane Wootten, A.8a S. Ben F. Workman, A.8a S. Emily Jane Young, A.8n S. John Abel, Agr. Allan Abramson, Com. Betty Adams, Com. Virgil Adams, Engr. Barbara Allen, A.8a S. Edward Allen, A.8a S. Griffin Anderson, A.8n S. Alice Armstrong, A.8a S. Hazel Arnold, Com. James Atkinson, A.8a S. William Bach, Engr. Russell Baldwin, Com. Frances Ball, A.8z S. Iva Ball, A.8n S. Thelma Ball, A.8a S. Joseph W. Ballard, Engr. James Banahan, A.85 S. . Jane Bandy, A.8z S. Elizabeth Barnett, Com. Joan Barnett, A.8a S. Thelma Barnett, A.8z S. Ruby Bartlett, Com. Clifton H. Bassett, Engr. Martha Beard, A.8n S. Lincoln Beaumont, Com. William A. Benjamin, Engr. Eleanor Bennett, A.8a S. Margery Benson, A.8a S. Doris Bentley, A.8a S. Virginia Bernard, A.8a S. Bessie Berry, A.8z S. Adolph A. Bigge, Agr. Anne Biggerstaff, A.8n S. Ruth Goldwin Billings, Com. Suzanne Bingham, A.8n S. Claude Bogardus, A.8a S. Bette Bohn, A.8a S. Helen Boles, A.8u S. Reginald Bowen, A.8a S. Janice Bowers, Educ. Blufford Lorraine Bowman, Com. Mary Ann Bowman, Educ. Sue Bradford, A.8n S. Glenn Bradley, A.8a S. Philip Bradley, A.8u S. Virginia Brady, A.8a S. Lewis Bramlett, A.8n S. Robert Warren Brannon, Com. Frances Bray, A.8n S. James Bright, A.8a S. Elizabeth Broaddus, A.8n S. Anne Bronston, A.8n S. Barbara Brooks, A.8a S. Audrey Victoria Brown, Educ. James Brown, A.8z. S. John C. Brown, A.8a S. Matilda K. Brown, Agr. Martha Brown, A.8a S. Martha Brydon, A.8n S. Frank Bryson, A.8u S. Nathaniel Buis, Engr. Helen Burke, A.8a S. Helen Victoria Burke, Educ. Claude Buster, A.8n S. Jimmy Buster, A.8n S. Jane Campbell, A.8a S. Robert Caney, A.8z. S. Norine Cann, A.8z. S. Mary Thelma Cannon, Com. Mary Elizabeth Carey, A.8z S. Helen Carroll, A.8n S. Juanita Cart, A.8z S. John M. Cashman, Engr. Ruby Cason, A.8a S. David R. Casswell, Engr. William Catron, A.8n S. Madison Cawein, A.8n S. Frank Cawood, A.8n S. Ella Chambers, A.8a S. Charles F. Chappel, Agr. Betty Jo Chiles, Agr. Mildred Marjorie Choate, A.8a S. Karl Christ, Engr. Jean Clark, A.8z. S. Cornell Clarke, A.8z S. Mary Clarke, A.8n S. Martha Clements, A.8z S. Jennie B. Clift, Com. Raymond Cohan, A.Bz S. Miriam Cohen, Com. Kate Coils, Engr. Hugh Collett, A.8a S. Ann Congleton, A.8a S. Mary E. Cook, A.8z. S. Earl B. Cornette, Jr., Engr. Benjamin Cowgill, A.8n S. Jack Craig, Engr. Judson Cramer, Engr. John Crawford, A.Ba S. Roy Crawford, Jr., Engr. William G. Cravens, Com. Harriet Cristil, A.8z S. Iris Crosthwaite, A.8a S. Martha E. Crough, Com. Mildred B. Cundiff, Agr. Marie Current, Com. Clifford Lee Curtis, Com. Frances Daniel, A.8a S. Barbara David, Agr. Emmett Davis, A.8a S. Eugene Davis, A.8u S. Margaret Davis, A.8n S. Helen Deitsch, A.8z S. Thomas Delvaux, A.8s S. Truitt DeMoisey, Com. Adele Denman, A.8z S. Catherine Dennis, A.8z S. Betty Derrickson, A.8a S. Mary Ann Devereux, A.8n S. Eugenia Donahue, Agr. Helen Donovan, Agr. Nancy Louise Donovan, Com. Marion Douglass, A.8n S. David Drye, A.Em S. Geraldine Dugan, A.8a S. Naomi Duncan, Com. Shirley Duncan, Engr. Delphia Dunnagan, A.8n S. William Edens, A.8z S. Jane Elliott, Agr. Helen Ellis, A.8z. S. Nancy Elmore, A.8s S. Mildred Erd, A.8z. S. Joan B. Erdrich, Agr. Betty Jo Ernst, Agr. Helen Errickson, A.8z S. Mary Elizabeth Estill, Com. LaVern Eubank, Ah S. Mary K. Eubank, Agr. Jean Evans, A.8n S. Meredith Evans, A.8n S. Martha Faries, A.8n S. Mabel Jean Farris, Educ. David Ferris, Engr. Dorothy Finley, A.8z S. Beula Fischer, A.8n S. Evelyn Fischer, Agr. Charles Fitz, A.8z S. Joy Fitzpatrick, A.8a S. Herbert Fogel, Ah S. Charles Fox, A.8n S. Charles Henry Fox, Engr. Mabel Fudold, A.8z S. Betty Fulton, A.8n S. Emily Hunt Frank, Com. Billy V. Gaines, Engr. Kathleen Galvin, A.8n S. Mary Sue Gamblin, A.8u S. Dorothy Gifford, A.8u S. Mary E. Gifford, A.8n S. Thomas Gish, A.8g S, Hazel J. Glasscock, Agr. Blanche Goble, A.8n S. Saul D. Goins, Agr. Catherine Goman, Ah S. Freshmen Freshmen Geraldine Gooch, A.8a S. Sarah Gooden, A.8n S. Lyde Gooding, A.8a S. John D. Goodlittle, Engr. Nettie Goodpaster, A.8z S. Harry Gorham, A.8u S. Joann Gorham, A.8a S. Anna Gorman, A.8n S. Bonnie Gormley, A.8z. S. Fred Greenberg, 'A.Bn S. Charles Greene, A.8n S. Mary L. Greene, A.8a S. Charles Greenwood, A.8u S. M. Virginia Gregory, A.8n S. Doris Guilfoil, A.8r S. Charles Gullett, A.8a S. Robert Habermehl, Engr. William S. Haggard, Jr., Agr. Carolyn E. Hall, Agr. George Hall, A.8n S. Sarah Hall, A.8n S. Shirley Hallock, A.8n S. Louanna Hammons, Com. Dartha Harlow, A.8z S. Charlotte Harmon, A.8a S. Betty Harris, A.8n S. Thomas Harris, A.8a S. John S. Hawkins, Ah S. Lucy Hawkins, A.6n S. Elizabeth Hayden, A.8z. S. Carolyn Hayes, Ah S. Anne Hayhurst, A.8z S. Betty Haynes, A.8u S. June Heath, A.Ba S. Lillian Henderson, A.8a S. Juanita Hendry, Com. Betty Henry, A.8u S. Lila Henry, A.8a S. Richard E. Hicks, Engr. Mary M. Higginson, Agr. Elizabeth Hines, A.8z S. Lura C. Hockensmith, Com. Erwin Hoffman, A.8a S. Martha Hogge, A.8n S. Virginia Hogge, A.8n S. David Holcomb, A.8z S. Dorcas Hollingsworth, A.8n S. Charles Hopkins, A.8a S. John Hopkins, A.8n S. Helen Horton, A.8r S. Austin House, Com. Christine Householder, Agr. Myra Howard, A.8n S. Betty K. Howe, Agr. Audrey Huffaker, A.8a S. Harry G. Hughes, A.8a S. Raymond Curtis Huls, Com. Robert Hume, A.8z S. Norman Hurt, A.8z. S. John Hutchinson, A.8z S. Lafon R. Ingels, Engr. Reva Mae Ingram, Agr. William Inman, A.8n S. Alice M. Isaminger, Agr. Patricia Jackson, A.8a S. Richard Jackson, A.8n S. Martha Jacobs, A.8a S. Frances Jenkins, A.8s S. Barbara Ann Johnson, Com. Jeanne B. Johnson, Agr. Walter Johnson, A.8z S. Jean Margaret Johnston, Engr. Robert L. Johnston, Agr. Charles K. Jones, A.8n S. Helen Jones, A.8n S. Mildred Wheeler Jones, Educ. Charles Justice, A.8r S. Margaret Kaleher, Ah S. Mary Kassenbrock, A.8z. S. Jennings Kearby, A.8u S. Eleanore Keeti, A.8z S. Ray K. Keith, A.8a S. Elva Keller, A.8n S. Frances Keller, A.8n S. Jessie Marie Kemper, Engr. Hazel Kennedy, A.8n S. Virginia Kennedy, A.8n S. Lorine Lillie Kent, Com. Alton King, A.8a S. Efflo King, A.8n S. Beatrice Kinney, A.8n S. George Kirchner, A.8s S. Lalla Kirk, A.8u S. Jo Ann Kloecker, Agr. Elizabeth Knorr, A.8a S. Charles W. Kuhn, Engr. Mary B. LaMaster, Agr. Jean Lander, A.8n S. Elizabeth Landrum, A.8z S. Clara Lane, Alla S. Lucille Layman, Agr. Frank O. Leach, Engr. Betty Leet, A.8n S. Etta Virginia Limmons, Com. Bernice C. Lewis, Agr. Dorothy Lewis, A.8L S. Owen H. Lewis, Engr. Betty Ligon, Agr. I Sally Lindbergh, A.8n S. Martha Linney, A.8s S. David Lococo, A.8n S. Ralph Looney, A.8u S. 56 Laura Lore, A.8u S. Shirley Love, A.8z. S. Kaysa Lund, A.8a S. Donald C. Lycan, Engr. Hazel Lyon, A.8u S. Ann McBrayer, A.8n S. Renna McCabe, A.8n S. Marion D. McCaw, Com. Marian McClure, A.8a S. Mary E. McDonald, A.8n S. Mitzi McGraw, A.8n S. Melrose McGurk, A.8z S. Dorothy McKamey, Educ. Charles Vernon McKeehan, Com Betty Louise McLaney, Com. Gene Baker McMurray, Com. Betty Jane McNamer, Engr. Aubrey McPherson, Com. Doris E. Macauley, Agr. Gerald Maguire, Engr. Julia Ann Maier, Agr. Charles Mains, A.8n S. Martha Mann, A.8a S. Mary Marks, A.Bz S. Mary Matheny, A.8n S. Rowena May, A.8u S. Helen F. Mayhew, Agr. Howard Mayhew, Engr. Martha Mays, A.8n S. Anna M. Meacham, Agr. Ann Meade, A.8a S. Donald Meade, A.8n S. Albert Mellott, A.8u S. Warren Meyer, A.8a S. Evelyn Midkiff, A.8z S. Betty Miller, A.8z. S. Jane Miller, A.8z. S. Mary E. Miller, A.8s S. Orville R. Miller, Jr., Agr. Manbert R. Mills, Engr. Mattie L. Miracle, Agr. Frances Mitchell, A.8a S. Maurice Mitchell, Engr. David W. Mohney, Engr. Ann Moore, A.8n S. Lorayne Morris, Educ. Thomas Moseley, A.8n S. James Edward Mountjoy, Engr. Frances W. Murphy, Com. Gerald E. Napier, Engr. Jo Ann Neal, A.8a S. Tiller Neuner, A.8a S. Nancy Bob Robertson, Com. Bettie Taylor, A.8n S. Elsie Catherine Nevitt, Com. Marjorie J. Newman, Agr. Suzanne Nicholas, A.8u S. Milton Noble, Engr. Barbara Benning Noland, Engr. Alfred H. Nukols, Engr. Gene Oetjen, A.8u S. Ann W. Oldham, Agr. Audrey G. Owens, Com. Dorothy Jean Paar, Com. Betty Pardo, A.8u S. Glen Parker, Engr. Jack Parkinson, A.8n S. Perry Parrigan, A.8n S. Charles Patrick, A.8n S. Shirley Payne, A.8z S. Alex Payton, Engr. Velta Payton, A.8n S. Ruth Perlmutter, Ah S. Pansy I. Peyton, Agr. Ann Charlotte Phillips, Engr. David D. Phillips, Engr. Charles E. Pigue, Engr. Lewis French Plott, Engr. Emily Ploch, Alia S. Julia Pogue, A.8n S. Kathryn Carol Pollack, Educ. Patricia A. Pollack, Educ. Fred D. Poplin, Engr. Robert Poundstone, A.8n S. Dorothy Powell, A.8n S. Carl Price, A.8u S. Mary Ellen Pumphrey, Educ. Perry S. Pushell, Com. Robert Ratchford, A.8u S. Louise Ray, Agr. Lucille Ray, A.8a S. Ann Read, A.8n S. Elizabeth Redding, Agr. Talmadge Reed, A.8n S. Jeanette Reynolds, A.8n S. Sophie Rhodes, A.8u S. Barbara R. Rice, Agr. George B. Rice, A.8z S. William Edmonson Richards, Com. Conrad Richardson, A.8z S. Robert Richardson, A.8n S. Betty J. Riddle, Agr. Craig Riddle, A.8n S. Laura Roberts, A.8a S. Elmer K. Robertson, Engr. Juanita Robertson, A.8u S. John Robins, A.8s S. Barbara M. Robinson, Agr. Caroline Rodes, A.8z. S. Virginia Rogers, A.8z. S. Edyth I. Routt, Agr. Roselynne Routt, A.8u S. Betty Lois Runyon, Educ. Charles T. Rupley, Agr. Charles Rupured, Com. Marian M. Salisbury, Agr. Ray Samuels, A.8a S. Lester B. Schmidt, Com. Neomi Schneitzler, A.Bn S. Wilber Schu, A.8u S. Carolyn F. Schuhart, Educ. Joan Scott, Agr. Annelle Seay, Com. Donalis Seligman, A.8u S. Ann Sheehy, A.8n S. Mary Sheets, A.8u S. Betty Jane Shelley, Agr. Janice Shepherd, A.8z S. Carolyn Sherman, A.8c S. John U. Shipp, Educ. Anne Shouse, A.8a S. Jean Shropshire, A.8!. S. Helen M. Shrout, Agr. Mary Didlake Simpson, Agf- Rhodes Skillman, Engr. Anne Smith, A.8z S. Doris Smith, A.8a S. Hubbard Smith, A.8n S. Lorraine Smith, A.8n S. Lucille C. Smith, Agr. Marcia Smith, A.8a S. Mary Curry Smith, Com. Sarah Smith, Alu S. William Snead, A.8u S. Elizabeth A. Snelling, Agr. Katherine Southworth, A.8z S. Wanda Lee Spears, A.8!. S- Jane Fallis Spencer, Com- William Spragel1S, A-35 S- Burgess Spurr, A.8n S. Robert C. Stamper, Engr. Betty Stanley, A1565- Carol M. Staton, Agr. Joe Stephens, Engr. Lois Elaine Stivers, Com. Elizabeth Street, A.8n S. Mary Stroud, A.8a S. Jean Sullivan, Com. Mildred L. Sumpter, Agr. Walter Sutton, A.8a S. Elaine Swift, A.8r. S. Mary Swinebroad, A.8z. S. Mary L. Sympson, Agr. Charlotte Talbert, A.8z S. Matilda Talbert, A.8z S. Ralph M. Taylor, Agr. David Allen Thomas, Engr. Elizabeth Thomas, A.8n S. Richard Thomas, A.8a S. Sue Thomas, A.8z S. Jayne Moore Thompson, Com. Jean Mather Thurman, Com. Robert J. Tingle, Agr. Dorothy Titsworth, A.8n S. William D. Travis, Engr. John F. Trompeter, Com. Lorraine Turck, A.8r. S. Ellen Turner, A.8a S. Victor Ubinas, A.8n S. Eleanor Jane VanArsdall, Com Mary VanBuren, A.8z S. Jean Mary Vandevere, Educ. Baylor Van Meter, A.8z S. George Vulich, A.8u S. Freda Wade, A.8n S. Fred G. Wagoner, Agr. Janet Wallingbord, A.8a S. Ann Walton, A.8n S. Carrol E. Ward, Engr. Ruth Warren, A.8z. S. Margaret Watkins, A.8r. S. Phyllis Watkins, Ah S. Nan Watson, A.8u S. George Watson, A.8z S. Joseph Wells, A.8a S. Marjean Wenstrup, A.8n S. Carolyn West, A.8z S. Gene Whicker, A.8r. S. Elbert Whitaker, A.8s S. Janet White, Ah. S. Lois K. White, A.8n S. Donald Whitehead, Engr. William C. Whitenack, Engr. Frances L. Wilhoyte, Agr. Anna Jane Williams, Com. Helen Williams, A.8n S. Dorothy L. Wilson, Agr. James Wood, A.8n S. Bettye Woolum, A.8z S. Martha A. Word, Agr. Kathleen Wrench, A.8r. S. Evelyn Louise Wright, Com. Esma Jean Wyant, Com. W. Simrall Wyatt, Agr. Willine F. Yardon, Com Rudy Yessin, A,81. S, Marianna Young, Com, Ellen Jane Zegler, Engr, Freshmen cans of Men and amen Dean Holmes Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes, Dean of Women, graduated from the University of Kentucky. She is the widow of Dr. P. K. Holmes, who established the department of Health and Hy- giene at the University. After Dr. Holmes' death Mrs. Holmes acted as principal for five years at Sayre School for Girls. In 1929 she came to the University as Assistant Dean of Women, becoming Acting Dean in 1941 and Dean in 1942. Mrs. Holmes acts not only in the capacity of personal ad- viser to women students, but also as chairman and adviser of student groups. Dean llaselden Jane Haselden, Assistant Dean of Women, spent two years at Hamilton Junior College before completing her A. B. re- quirements at Transylvania College. She began her graduate work at the University of Michigan but received her M. A. degree at Columbia University. Miss Haselden obtained her Ph. D. at the University in 1941. She spent a year in France at the Sorbonne, a part of the University of Paris. Miss Haselden taught at Centre College, was Assistant Pro- fessor of French and Dean of Women at Transylvania and Murray Colleges before becoming Assistant Professor of French and Assistant Dean of Women at the University. Dean Jones Dr. T. T. Jones, Dean of Men, received his A B from the University of Kentucky. Later he studied at Harvard, where he received both his M. A. and his Ph. D. degrees Dr. Jones, aside from his duties as Dean of Men, is head of the Department of Ancient Languages. He is a member of the Kentucky Classical Association and the Classical Associa tion of the Middlewest and South. He is also a member of the National Association of Deans of Men. Holmes, Jones, Haselden 58 h0's ho IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Founded at the University ol Alabama in 1934 PURPOSE The purpose of Who's Who is to create a national basis of recognition for American col- lege and university students devoid of politics, initiation fees, and dues. For several years it has published a book containing the biographies of outstanding students in American univer- sities as well as every phase of activity in the college world. UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY MEMBERS COLLEGE or ARTS AND SCIENCES COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE Celia Bedefman, Lexington Eloise Bennett, Williamstown Jay C. Doyle, Lexington Sarah Ewing, Anchorage Helen Harrison, Lexington Jimmie Hurt, Hardburly COLLEGE OF COMMERCE Julia Johnson, Lexiflgmfl Virginia Lipscomb, Lexington Martha Koppius, Lexington Anita Roos, Lexingfgn COLLEGE or EDUCATION Jimmie Saunders, Hopkinsville Virginia Long, Closter, New Jersey Vincent Spagnuolo, Cumberland Carolyn Spicer, Lexington Mary Norma Weatherspoon, Fulton Edith Weisenberger, Midway Top row-Ewing, Weisenberger, Saunders, Long Middle row-Hurt, Spicer Spagnuolo, Roos, Doyle Bottom row-Weatherspoon, Jlnklns, Lipscomb, Bederman, Koppius 59 Top row-Spicer, Baskett, Harrison, Scrlvener, Kendall, Brown, Lipscomb Middle row-Bennett, O'Bannon, Mullinaux, Eubank, Benton, Balzola, Anthony Bottom row-Fleishman, Faulkner, Tevis, Gibson, Palmore, March, Stigall, Harned Q YW C A C ah ln e t The YWCA was founded in 1869 in Illinois. Members of the YWCA cabinet unit e in the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. They determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. In this task they seek to und erstand Jesus and follow him. FACULTY ADVISER Dean Sarah B. Holmes CAROLINE SPICER . . HELEN HARRISON . . WANDA LEE SCRIVNER VIRGINIA BASKETT ROSALIE OAKES OFFICERS . . . President Vice-President . . . Secretary . . Treasurer Resident Secretary STUDENT MEMBERS Ruth Anthony, Campus Service ' Huguette Balzola, Member at Large Eloise Bennett, Worship Chairman Alice Benton, Foreign Relations Lucille Brown, Dutch Lunch jackie Cottrell, Freshman Adviser Ruth Eubank, Senior Program Chairman Libby Faulkner, Poster Committee Betty Fleishman, Publicity Claudine Gibson, Y's Owl Co-Editor Helen Harrison, Social and Membership June Hubbard, Sohomore Program Chairman Frances Kendall, Economics Commission Virginia Lipscomb, Member at Large Elsie March, Social Service Claudine Mullinaux, K-Book Co-Editor Ellen O'Bannon, junior Program Chairman Marjorie Palmore, Member at Large Betty Shelley, Freshman Program Chairman Mary Elizabeth Stigall, Interracial Chairman Betty Tevis, W.S.S.F. Chairman 60 l YMCA Cabinet Founded in England in 1844 Installed on the campus in 1890 PURPOSE To help students and faculty members in developing their religious life and to help meet the needs of the students through a program planned for social, mental and spiritual growth. FACULTY ADVISERS BART N. PEAK . . ..... . . Miss MARTHA I-IUBER PROF. J. S. HORINE General Secretary . . Associate Secretary . . . Advisory Board Chairman OFFICERS NORMAN CHRISMAN, JR. . . . . President BRUCE KENNELLY . - Vice-President RUSSELL CONRAD - Secretary JIMMY HURT .... Treasurer Merl Baker William Barton D. O. Burke William Embry Shelby Hurst John Jensen CABINET MEMBERS William Johnson Harold Lindsey William Nickell Logan Savage Arthur Scott Glenn Sellers Charles Shelby William Spragens Ralph Summa Duane Van Horne Ted Wirths Countryman Wong Top row--Hurt, Kennelly, Chrlsman, Conrad, Peak Middle row-Van Horn. Savage, Embry, Barton, Shelby, Baker Bottom row-Nickell, Sellers, Scott, Burke, Stephenson, Hurst 61 I, 3, 4 l pperclass Fellowship Founded on the campus in 1943 PURPOSE To help the members of the group to understand religion and its application in our world . . . to develop tolerance, understanding and good will. FACULTY ADVISERS Miss Rosalie Oakes Mr. Bart W. Peak PROGRAM COMMITTEE Norman Chrisman William Johnson, Chairman Virginia Lipscomb Ruth Eubank Ralph Summa MEMBERS Jane Adams Martha Jane Allen Ruth Anthony Ruth Avelar Anne Bailey June Baker Merl Baker William Barton Virginia Baskett Maria Benavides Eloise Bennett Alice Benton Lillian Bertram Frances Board Ruth Boyd Betty Ann Brauer Lucille Brown Jeanne Bureau D. O. Burke Charleen Burris Wilma Canada Betty Capen Mabel Carnes Mildred Carnes Russell Conrad Dorothy Cottrell Jean Crabb Mary Crawford Billie Dale Audrey Danks Mary Lillian Davis Elsie-Dotson Susan Eblen Libbie Faulkner Betty Fleishman Anne Foley Phyllis Freed Alice Freeman Pat Gable Elizabeth Garr Claudine Gibson Mabel Gumm Doris Hall Helen Harrison Margaret Hatter Virginia Haynes Bernice Herman Ann Herndon Virginia Hill Helen Horton Anne Howell June Hubbard Selby Hurst James Hurt Frances J inkins John Jensen Shirley Keeti Frances Kendall Bruce Kennelly Pat Kephart Martha Koppius Maurice Leach, Jr. Harold Lindsay Charline Lisanby Nancy Lockery Amelia Mason Joe Mettler Ruth Moore Claudine Mullinaux Jewell McBee Margery McCabe Sarah McCammon Hannah McCollorn Sarah Mclnteer William Nickell Pauline Null Ellen O'Bannon Marge Palmore Thomas Penn Juanita Phillipn Jean Phipps Sarah Rankin Bettie Riggs Logan Savage Ruth Schroeder Arthur Scott Wanda Scrivner Glenn Sellers Charles Shelby Emilie Smith Carolyn Spicer Carola Spurr Mary Stigall Betty Tevis Dolores Thompson J essee Tyler Duane Van Horn Pat Wallace Hubert Wechsler Clinton Wells Barbara Winters Theodore Wirths Countryman Wong Kathleen Wrench uteh unc lub Founded at the University of Kentucky in 1931 PURPOSE To provide an apportunity for town girls and commuters to participate in the program of the Y.W.C.A. FACULTY ADVISER Miss Rosalie Oakes UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY OFFICERS LUCILLE BROWN ...... ..... P resident CLAUDINE MULLINAUX . . . Vice-President BETTY LEE FLEISHMAN Secretary-Treasurer BARBARA WINTERS ..... Publicity STUDENT MEMBERS Ruth Ballard Anne Biggerstaff Frances Board Anne Bronston Kate Coil Mary Cottingham Mary Crawford Mary Lillian Davis Mildred Erd Ann Foley Alice Freeman Mary Gifford Doris Guilfoil Doris Hall Betty Harris Helen Harrison Lenora Henry Bernice Hermann Faye Hogge Martha Jacobs Jeanne Johnson Frances Keller Marie Kemper Evelyn Kenyon Jo Ann Kloecker Mary Bennett LaMaster Elizabeth Landrum Joy Leathers Mildred Long Anna Howard Lyttle Martha Mann Margery McCabe Melrose McGurk Billie Morris Mary Lucille Nichols Susan Jane Oldham Betty Jean Pardo Juanita Peyton Juanita Phillips Kathryn Pollack Pat Pollack Sara Rankin Anne Ricketts Mary Virginia Rogers Anita Roos Betty Shelley Mary Simpson Emilie Varden Smith Sally Spears Carolyn Spicer Carola Spurr Julia Ann Waters Phyliss Watkins Marjean Wenstrup Carolyn West Jamie White June Wigginton Jane Allene Wolf Kathleen Wrench 63 , J 1 . . i 4 X S ' g Z Freshman lub Founded at the University of Kentucky in 1938 PURPOSE The purpose of the Y.W.C.A.-Y.M.C.A. Freshman Club is to help freshmen adjust them- selves to University life and to grow in Christian ideals. FACULTY ADVISERS Miss Rosalie Oakes Mr. Bart N. Peak STUDENT MEMBERS Barbara Allen Suzanne Nichols Mary Lucille Nichols Jack Banahan Elizabeth Hayden Betty Jean Pardo Joan Barnett Lenora Henry Twyman Payton Marjorie Benson Charles Hopkins Ruth Perlmutter Anne Biggerstaff Charles Justice Anne Phillips Betty Ann Bohn Marie Kemper Juanita Phillips Anne Bronston Hazel Kennedy Jeannette Reynolds John Cashman Joan Kloecker Edith Routt Nell Cherry Mary LaMaster Betty Shelley Hugh Collett Elizabeth Landrum Joe Stephens Martha Crouch Owen Lewis William Snead - Thomas Delvaux Betty Ligon Lorraine Turck Nancy Donovan Alebrt Millot Peggy Watkins Helen Donovan Melrose McGurlc Andy Watson David Drye Doris Macauley J. Clinton Wells Mary Catherine Eubank Martha Mann Gene Whicker Mary Lou Faries M. Frances Matheny Frances Wilhoyte Dorothy Gifford Howard Mayhew Keith White Hazel Glasscock Linda McReynolds Kathleen Wrench Geraldine Gooch Orville Miller Cathlene Vance Jo Ann Gorham Ann Moore Joyce Cason George Hall Gerald Napier Mary Margaret Marks Betty Harris I Jeanne Newman James Wood 64 M ortar oard NATIONAL HONORARY FOR SENIOR WOMEN Founded at Syracuse University in 1918 University ot' Kentucky chapter established in 1920 PURPOSE To advance the spirit of service and fellowship among university womeng to maintain a high standard of scholarshipg and to recog Lolo Robinson Betty South Lolo Robinson VIRGINIA LIPSCOMB . . nize and encourage leadership. FACULTY ADVISERS Margaret Ratliff Margaret Lester FACULTY MEMBERS Margaret Lester Sarah Ann Hall Rosalie Oakes OFFICERS . . President MARTHA KOPPIUS . . . . Vice-President SARAH MCINTEER . - Secretary Treasurer CLAUDINE MULLINAUX Celia Bederman Helen Harrison Martha Koppius Virginia Lipscomb STUDENT MEMBERS Sarah Mclnteer Claudine Mullinaux Mary Norma Weatherspoon Anita Roos Carolyn Spicer Adalin Stern Virginia Wesley Top row-Beclermnn, Harrison, Lipscomb, Weatherspoon, Roos Bottom row-Mullinaux, Spicer. KODDius, Stern, Wesley, Mclnteer 65 itkin Club The Pitkin Club, founded at the Universitylof Pittsburgh, now has eighty chapters. In 1925, it was installed on the University of Kentucky campus. The purpose of the Pitkin Club is to foster better understanding of religion and its ap- plications to life. PURPOSE FACULTY ADVISERS Mr. E. N. Fergus Rosalie Oakes Bart N. Peak MEMBERS IN FACULTY Rosalie Oakes E. N. Fergus Miss Martha Huber Bart Peak J. K. Johnson Alice Jacobson Rob McNeill HONORARY MEMBER Dr. Myron T. Hopper, College of the Bible, Lexington MAPTHA KOPPIUS . BILL EMBRY . - . Jesse Adams Martha Jane Allen Griffin Anderson Merl Baker Roy Ballard Bill Barton Eloise Bennett Margery Benson Betty Brauer Lucille Brown Jeanne Bureau D. O. Burke Norman Chrisman Hugh Collett Russell Conrad Dorothy Jack Cottrell HELEN HARRISON Audrey Davis Rebecca Donaldson Elizabeth Doslcer Bill Embry Ruth Eubank E. N. Fergus Alice Freeman Tom Garnett Betty Garr Sarah Ann Hall George Hall Helen Harrison Virginia Haynes Martha Huber Frank Selby Hurst Jimmie Hurt OFFICERS MEMBERS Alice Jacobson Frances Jinkins J. K. Johnson Bruce Kennelly Martha Koppius Maurice Leach Charline Lisanby Virginia Lipscomb Dave Lococo Margery McCabe Martha McCauley Hannah McCol1om Sara Mclnteer Rob McNiell ' Albert Mellott 66 President Vice-President S ecretary-Treasurer Claudine Mullinaux Bill Nickell Rosalie Oakes Perry Parrigin Bart Peak Anne Ricketts Catherine Rigsby Elmer Robertson Charles Tom Rupley Logan Savage Arthur Scott Wanda Scrivner Glenn Sellers Charles Shelby William Shire Barbara Smedley Bill Spragens Anne Caroline Smith Emilie Varden Smith Carolyn Spicer Carola Spurr Morrison Swift Martin Thompson Jessee Stokes Tyler Duane Van Home Julia Ann Waters Andy Watson Edith Weisenberger Clinton Wells Virginia Wesley Gene Whicker Elbert Whitaker Baptist Student nion Founded in Texas in 1922 Established at the University of Kentucky in 1931 PURPOSE To act as a link between the student and the local Baptist church of his choice. Dr. C. C. Ross FACULTY ADVISERS Dr. W. W. Shrader OFFICERS CATHERINE RIGSBY . . . . . President ROLAND Kozux , , First Vice-President CAROL JEAN TERRY . . . . Secretary MILDRED BUCHANON - - - Treasurer EVELYN GREENE Second Vice-President AMELIA MASON . Third Vice-President COUNCIL MEMBERS ANNE HOWELL . ..... . Music Director JUNE BAKER , , . Publicity Chairman CATHERINE HARDIN Magazine Representative JEAN BACH ANNE BIGGERSTAFF MERL BAKER , Church Representatives ELIZABETH LANDRUM ANNE WEBB Top row-A. V. Webb, A. Mason, E. Landrum. R. Kozlik, M. Buchanan, A. C. Rigsby Bottom row-E. Greene, J. Baker, A. Biggerstaff, C. L. Hardin, A. Howell, M. Baker 67 Newman lub Founded at the University oi Pennsylvania in 1893 University of Kentucky chapter, installed on the campus in 1914 PURPOSE The purpose of this club is to foster the spiritual, intellectual, and social interests of the Catholic students of the University of Kentuckyg to weld them into a common uniong to assist the University of Kentucky and its sudents whenever possibleg and to aid by Catholic Action, through the Bishop of this diocese, the work of the Church. FACULTY ADVISER HONORARY MEMBER Mrs. Dorothy Hillenmeyer Evans Rev. George J. O'Bryan, Chaplain MEMBERS IN FACULTY Miss Marguerite McLaughlin Miss Margaret Lester OFFICERS ANNE RICKETTS . . . . . . . . President VINCENT SPAGNUOL0 . . Men's Vice-President MARY CHARLES WOOD Women's Vice-President BETTY PAYNE .,.... Secretary ANNE FOLEY .... Treasurer MARGARET J. WHARTON . Assistant Treasurer STUDENT MEMBERS Joseph W. Ballard Huguette Balzola James Banahan Gerald Barry Albert Barthowia Maria Benavides Robert C. Berger Robert A. Boot Joseph Bouzas John Bren James Brusnahan Helen Burke Helen Coughlin Mary Ann Devereux John Devlin Eugenia Donahue Martin J. Dudek, Jr. Gerry Dugan Edward Duffy James Farrell Lee Fidrych Michael Filosa Walter J. Flesch Anne Foley Charles Fox Florence Fox Donald Frank Emily Frank Kathleen Galvin Francis J. Gmeiner William T. Gormley, Jr John Hutchinson James Keaveney Robert L. Kelly Stanley Kowelkowski Albert La Pietra Frank Leach Robert Ley Ralph A. Logan Herbert Lohmuller Anne Howard Lyttle Bernard Lyttle Martha Matlack Alice Moran Mary Mulligan Irvin H. Neltner Edward Owsarskr 68 Ramelle F. Patterson Leonard R. Pauly Betty Payne Edward Perraut Carmen Perez Ted Poplin Betty Ann Redding Anne Ricketts Stanley Saunier Melvin Schmitz Anne Sheehy Ann Shouse Dora Silva Peter Smith Vincent Spagnuolo David Stanonis Mona Sullivan Leonard Swagler Morrison Swift William Tiede Frances Treadway James T. Tobin Victor Ubinas John B. Ulam Robert E. Wall Clinton Wells Margaret Julia Wharton Fred Woertman Mary Charles Wood Evelyn Wright Ray Zawacki Cwens Founded at the University of Pittsburg Theta Chapter, installed on this campus in 1931 The purpose of Cwens is PURPOSE to establish and maintain chapters of Cwens in colleges and universities for the sake of fostering leadership, scholarship, and fellowship among the women t leadership among freshman womeng to serve to promote of the sophomore classy to promo e the interest of the college and university in every way possibleg and to supervise and direct these chapters in the attainment of their common ideals. , Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes Carolyn Spicer JANE OLD1-IAM BETTY TEv1s . JEAN CRABB . ESTHER NEVITT ALICE FREEMAN DORIS SMITH Nancy Adams Ruth Anthony Helen Arnold June Baker Huguette Balzola Betty Birk Betty Brauer Jeanne Bureau Charlene Burris Marybelle Calvert FACULTY ADVISERS Mrs. Lydia Fisher STUDENT ADVISERS Marjorie Palmore OFFICERS . . . President Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . Historian , . . Ritual Chairman MEMBERS Wilma Jeanne Canada Julie Landrum Betty C131-dy Esther Nevitt Jean Crabb J H119 Oldham Alice Dean Q Brewster Phelps Martha Ringo Betty Lee Fleishman Doris Smith Alice Freeman Claudine Gibson Betty,Tevis Claudine Johnson Nancy Taylor Nancy Toll Jacqueline Johnson Anna Mary Wagner - s H., ..s Q . - ENE, , , Top row-Freeman, Wagner, Oldham, Tevls, Crabb, Smith, Nevitt, Phelps Middl -Toll Taylor, Dean, Bureau, Canada, Birk, Balzola, Ringo, Arnold e row , Bottom row-Flelshman, Baker, Johnson, Clardy, Landrum, Brauer, Calvert, Adams, Anthony 69 i y sxi T Wg ll if I Y' Top row-Toll, Fleishmnn, Tevls, Nevitt, Phelps Middle row--Gibson, Garst, Wagner, Canada, Rogers Bottom row-McNamer, Dean, Oldham, Lockery, Newland lpha ambda elta Founded at the University of Illinois in 1924 Kentucky chapter established on the campus in 1940 PURPOSE To promote intelligent- living and a higher standard of learningg and to encourage su- perior scholastic attainment among the freshman women in our institutions of higher learning. BETTY TEVIS . ESTHER NEVITT FACULTY ADVISER Dr. Alberta W. Server OFFICERS BETTY LEE FLE1s1-IMAN . MARY BREWSTER PHELPS NANCY ToLL . . . . Wilma Jean Canada Alice Dean Betty Lee Fleishman Ann Garst Claudine Gibson STUDENT MEMBERS Nancy Lockery Betty McNamer Esther Nevitt Ada V. Newland Jane Oldham 70 . . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Historian Mary Brewster Phelps Margaret Rogers Betty Tevis Nancy Toll Anna Mary Wagner micron elta appa Founded at Washington and Lee University, 1914 Nu Circle established at the University of Kentucky in 1925 PURPOSE To recognize men who have attained a high standard of leadership in collegiate activitiesg to bring together most representative men in all phases of collegiate life and thus to create an organization which will help to mould the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and inter-collegiate interestg and to bring together members of the faculty and student body of the institution on a basis of mutual interest, understanding and helpfulness. FACULTY ADVISER H. H. Downing EMERGENCY WARTIME COMMITTEE H. H. DOWNING ....... Chairman L. J. Horlacher J- Huntley DUPFS M, M, White W. S. Webb STUDENT MEMBERS C. Edwin Barnes George E. Dudley Jimmy Hurt William C. Caywood John H. Kerr Kerr, Barnes, Hurt, Ward, Dudley, Caywood 71 E 4 'n::::f 'S' Spagriuolo Hurt, Bennett Weatherspoon, Jlnklns Student overnment Association Founded at the University of Kentucky in 1939 PURPOSE To enact and enforce such legislation as is hereinafter set out, with a view to a harmonious coordination of the various organizations on the campusg to effect a centralized student gov- ernment, better faculty-studept cooperationg and to promote the general welfare of the stu- dent body. ' FACULTY ADVISERS Dr. A. E. Bigge Dr. C. C. Ross Dr. F. J. Ratliff OFFICERS VINCENT SPAGNUOLO . . . . President JIMMY HURT . . Vice-President ELoIsE BENNETT . . . Secretary FRANCES JINKINS ...... Treasurer SCOTT REED . . . Chairman Judiciary Committee ' NORMA WEATHERSPOON Chairman Victory Shop 72 Student Government Agriculture Eloise Bennett Helen Bradford Amelia Mason Charles Shelby Engineering Merl Baker Norman Chrisman Walton Howard Law Winston Hendrickson ASSEMBLY Arts and Sciences Bill Barton Marybelle Calvert J. C. Doyle Betty Fleishman Betty Ann Ginocchio Frances Jinkins Brewster Phelps Anita Roos Jimmy Saunders Nancy Shropshire Morrison Swift Betty Tevis Alice Watkins Buddy White Association Education Lucille Clark Marjorie Palmore Commerce Bill Embry Margaret Erskine Margaret Newell Graduate School Jeanne Lowry Ray Garrison Topirow-Palmore, Saunders, Erskine, Roos, Bradford, Watkins, Doyle Middle row-Howard, Tevis, Embry, M. Baker, Mason, Hendrickson, Kelly, Glnocchio Bottom row--Fleishman, Swift, Shropshire, Chrisman, Calvert, Shelby, Newell, Barton 73 'Q f AK . R Weatherspoon, Watkins Kern l It was a woman's world on The Kentucky Kernel this year. With most of the men of the journalism department away at the wars the female pencil- pushers stepped in and took over the job of dissemi- nating campus news on the home front and to alumni and ex-students all over the globe. Confronted with labor, material, and miscellaneous shortages The Kernel was forced to vacate the ranks of the semi-weeklies and appeared only on Fridays. Solace to industrious neophytes in the journalism department was the hope that the post-war Kernel would be a daily. For the first time in the paper's history the editors became printers' devils. When a labor shortage developed in The Kernel printing shop the women put on working clothes and began to set type and make up the paper themselves. With a soldier enrollment on the campus almost equal to the number of civilians, The Kernel con- centrated on giving complete coverage to both groups. Soldier columnists and feature writers made regular contributions. Chief editorial policies were the in- terpretation of news affecting the campus and youth, and the furtherance of the war effort. ' A special military edition of The Kernel was put out monthly by the Alumni Association and contain- ed news articles, features, and editorials from the columns of the regular issues. Correspondence from ex-Kentucky men in the armed forces all over the world, to whom the special editions were sent, indi- cated that the value of a Kernel increased five hun- dred percent when read in a fox-hole instead of the campus postoffice. To The Kernel staff the subterranean passages of the McVey sub-basement, where journalists hiber- nate from one deadline to the next, seemed changed indeed from "the good old days" when typewriters still clanged at midnight and impromptu picnics in the office were the order of the day. But the News room still maintain itself as the clearing-house of the best of campus wit and unprintable gossip. The "periodical room" tradition has become immortal in the minds of staff members. CELIA BEDERMAN v., 91 Celia Bederman lf I C. Edwin Barnes Helen Carroll Mary Lillian Davis Adele Denman Janet Edwards Betty Fleishman Alice Freeman Mary Jane Gallaher Kernel Catherine Goman Pfc. Saul Halpert Carolyn Hill Eleanore Keeti James D. Lail Mildred Long Bettye McClanahan Polly McColloch Shirley Meister Dora Merenbloom Mary Louis Mitts Ruth Parlmutter Martha Pruitt Doris Singleton Wanda Lee Spears William Spragens Betty Tevis Gene Whicker YP' i Jfii-U5 Top row-Betty Flelshmnn, Betty Tevis. D0riS SiHlZl0t0H, Bettye MCCIHHRINIII. Martha Pruitt G P ll M Middle row-carolyn H111, Mildred Long. EWHHOFC Kem. Catlwrinv Oman. 0 y CCu1loch Bottom row-Shirley Meister, C. Edwin Barnes, Janet Edwards, James D. Lail, Mary Lillian Davis 75 Kernel usiness Staff Ever important in the publication of The Kernel is the business staff. Among its duties is the selling of advertising space to local merchants, thereby placing the paper on a sound Financial basis. The small student fees are insufficient to cover the cost of publication and it is necessary that the busi- ness department provide the necessary funds. The success of Kernel advertising can be attributed directly to the advertising staff. This staff consists of an advertising manager and four solicitors. The paper is printed entirely by The Kernel's own printing plant, one of the few student-owned plants in the country. BUSINESS MANAGER Betty Bohannon ADVERTISING MANAGER Vincent Spagnuolo CIRCULATION MANAGER Lelia Nichols QV , , -I 1 l SECRETARY A ""1,,4 Mary Louise Naive A A ' - 'M' Betty B0hB,HIl0Il STAFF MEMBERS Bill Barton Winn Oridge Hord Ruth Eubanks Shirley Keeti Eubank, Barton, Keeti e Kentuc aw ournal EDITORIAL BOARD 1943-1944 Faculty of the College of Law, ex-ofliicio Rov MORELAND . . Faculty Editor SCOTT REED . Editor-in-Chief LEO OXLEY . . Managing Editor IRA STEPHENSON .... Circulation Manager ROSANNA BLAKE The Kentucky Law Journal is a legal periodical conducted under the auspices of the Law School. Members are selected upon a basis of scholarship and ability to write. The contents are made up of leading articles upon important legal subjects, notes and comments on recent Kentucky cases, and book reviews. Contributors are the members of the faculty of the Law School, teachers of law in other institutions, outstanding members of the bar, and student members of the staff. ir The following student members of the Law Journal staff are in the armed forces of the United States: William Buford W. R. Knuckles James Cgllier Marcus Redwine, JT. Pollard White John J. Yeager Carleton M. Davis W. H. Fulton, Jr. 77 Kentuckian Publishing a Kentuckian on a complete war-time basis presented many problems not previously en- countered. The small staff, shortage of funds, and changing aspect of university life were stumbling blocks in themselvesg however, determination to per- severe through the maze of difficulties made it pos- sible to continue the tradition of the Kentuckian. The only editorial associate was Vincent Spagnu- olo, sports editor. Mary Lillian Davis, Helen Deitsch, June Baker, and Julie Landrum were staff members, working with enthusiasm at all times. John Sutter- iield was the photographer for all the snapshots in the features division. The art work for the book was clone by Peggy Hartman. .This year the members of the Board of Publica- tions were: Frank D. Peterson, Comptroller of the University: Willis C. Tucker, Associate Professor of Journalism, Niel Plummer, Head of the journal- ism Departmentg Virginia Long, Editor of the Ken- tuckian, Celia Bederman, Editor of the Kernel, and James Hurt, Vice-President of the Student Govern- ment Association. VIRGINIA LoNG This year with the execption of one member, the business manager and staff were entirely feminine. This is a record, perhaps, for any year. Our three principal problems were the advance sales campaign, the beauty queen contest, and the budget, necessarily much reduced due to our de- creased enrollment. However, with the earnest co- operation of the staff in contacting campus groups and individual students we' surpassed our goals both in the sale of organizational pages and advanced in- dividual sales. Some of the most outstanding sales- men were Marge Palmore, Eleanor Bach, Alma Clarkson, Marcia Field, Ida Bannon, Bill Barton, Jane Eyre, and Ruth Moore. The beauty queen contest was very successful and we are indebted to our three capable judges, Army Lieutenant Erickson, Marine Lieutenant Scully, and Lieutenant Cj.g.J Fobes. With both advance sales and sales of organizational pages far surpassing our expectations, balancing the budget became an easy task. The success of the 1944 Kentuckian was assured from a financial standpoint. MICKI BOGAN Bagan, Long 78 4 l X . ,...--1, Top row-Baker, Landrum, Hannah, Baker Bottom row-Spagnuolo, Mulllnaux, Davis. Goman entuckian ASSOCIATE EDITOR SPORTS EDITOR ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER June Baker Vincent Spagnuolo Marlorie Palmore BUSINESS STAFF EDITORIAL STAFF Eleanor Bach Marcia Fields Mefl Baker Ida Bannon Emily Hunt Mary Lillian Davis Mildred Hannah Bm Ba,-ton Hazel Kennedy Helen Deifsch J'-'lie Landrum Betsy Lou Blevins Mary George Martin Catherine Goman Claudine Mullinaux Ann Cant,-ell Ruth Moore Y' Bach, Blevins, Palmore, Moore, Barton Q 79 e Kentucky Engineer PURPOSE To further the College of Engineering and the University of Kentucky by providing a means for both students and alumni to publish articles of an engineering nature. - - FACULTY ADVISERS PROF. E. B. FARRIS . .... . Business Adviser PROF. F. J. CHEEK, JR. Editorial Adviser PROF. R. E. Sl-IAVER . Civil Engineering PROF. E. A. BUREAU . . . . Electrical Engineering v Pnor. M. W. BEEBE Mining and Metallurgical Engineering PROF. L. E. NOLLAU . Photography and Composition PUBLICATION STAFF RALPH L. HUCABY, E.E. '44 ..... . . Editor EARL EVANS, E.E. '44 . . . . Feature Editor R. W. STOREY, C.E. '44 . Business and Circulation Manager MARGARET WAYNE, M.E. '44 MERL BAKER, M.E. '45 . Associate Editors J. A. CAvwooD, C.E. '44 Storey, Evans, Hucaby, Baker 80 311138 S JUNIOR MEN'S HONORARY Founded at the University of Kentuck in 1903 y as Mystic Thirteen PURPOSE To promote a closer feeling and a cooperative spirit among members of the Junior classy to recognize excep- t. I . . . . lona attainment by members of the lower d1v1s1ong and to award seventy-Five dollars in annual ' worthy and needy Juniors. James Saunders, Ind.-Chem., Pres. Pvt. George Wm. Ballou, Vice-Pres. Pvt. Roy Kirchoff, Secy. Pvt. Cal Roszell, Treas. Lt. Richard Arnspiger Pvt. Jack Atchison Pvt. Robert William Adams '09 Through Two Wars IN MEMORIAM Lt. Henry Clay Thompson Lt. Carl H. Rohs CURRENT MEMBERSHIP Pvt. David L. Cleveland Pvt. Wm. Horace Finnie Pvt. Marion Hall James Hurt, Pre-Med. Faculty Adviser: W. S. Ward MEMBERS SERVING IN WORLD WAR I Pvt. Guy Leslie Dickerson '14 Sgt- Benlamill F- L9fMHStef' '17 Lt. William o. Alden '07 Pvt. J. Herndon Evans '16 Pvt- William Muir 1-HUF 12 Ln. .fumes William Atkins '13 Lt. Thomas D. Grubbs '16 Lt- Robert A- LOWPY 02 Pvt. John Friend Auxier '13 Pvt. Russell H. Guerrant '07 Capt- EdWH:'ddM- MCCQY l25 Capt. Richard Carroll Barbee '08 Lt. McClarty Harblson '16 Lt. Walter L n gay Mic ee yl Pvt. Carl Beecher Byrd '13 Pvt. Derrlll W. Hart '11 Sgt- C- Hafffflg Ivfgffilt el' Y 6 Pvt. James White Cary '10 Lt. Charles J. Haydon '17 Lt. Harry L- M5 t0Y'1dli7 Sgt. Wm. Whitlock Clarke, Jr. '15 Lt. Phillip Holloway '10 Pvt. Harry . M war'09 Pvt. James Robert Clark '11 Pvt. Frank Y. Hutchison '16 Lt. Joli1nFB.P ogre '16 Capt. Wllllam Collins '11 Lt. Royce M. Iglehart '17 Lt. Curt s . gr Lt. Homer B. Combest '16 Pvt. Carlyle Jefferson '14 Pvt. Jazrllers Park .16 Lt. Berrywlck Stanley Craig '06 Pvt. James Mat Hedges, Jr. '16 Lt- Bar G -P em J '15 Lt. John S. Crosthwalte '08 Pvt. Frank H. Kennedy '14 Capt. Keellng 1: dgma Lt. Frank Walton Dempsey '17 P'vt. Nelson Lee Kimbrough '13 Lt- William - R or scholarships to 3-11111: ws 'fi' C E S Pvt. William O. Laslie Pvt. Charles Maney Pvt. James Purser Pvt. Carroll Robie Pvt. Sam Weakley Pvt. James Welch Lt. James A. Reed '14 Pvt. Thomas T. Richards '17 Lt. J. Collis Ringo '15 Lt. William Rodes '0'7 Lt. Warren P. Sayers '08 Pvt. Charles Carl Schrader '15 Pvt. James M. Server '17 Pvt. Phil F. Shannon '06 Pvt. Carroll G. Taylor '09 Lt. George W. Warwick '15 Capt. Lloyd T. Wheeler '17 Lt. Tllford L. Wilson '17 Ensign Floyd Holmes Wright '14 Lt. Karl P. Zerfloss '15 Pvt. Elbert Murray Allen, Jr. '38 Lt. Leonard Allen '42 Lt. Col. Bazll Baker '35 Maj. Howard Baker '32 Maj. Thomas A. Ballantyne '24 Pfc. C. Edwin Barnes '43 Mids. Donald S. Bennett '40 Pvt. Arthur Bentley '23 Lt. W. T. Bishop '34 Pvt. John C. Bode '39 Lt. Joseph Bohnak '42 Maj. Richard Moody Boyd '35 Maj. John Harold Bredwell '32 Lt. Taber Brewer '37 Pvt. James Wendell Brown '40 Capt. Harlan Roger Brown, Jr. '37 Ensign Robert K. Browning '39 Lt. Eugene Bryant '35 Lt- WJ.g.l Donald E. Buchanan '36 Lt. fJ.g.1 J. Richard Bush, Jr. '36 Lt. Richard Butler '36 Lt. Granville Byrne '36 QM2fc James M. Caldwell '40 Pvt. Clyde- Calvert '41 Pfc. William C. Cawood '43 Capt. Robert H. Cloud '40 Pvt. Paul C. Combs '41 Lt. Lucian H. Congleton '33 Capt. Wllllam Harold Conley '34 Capt. Louis L. Cox '28 Lt. Jack M. Crain '35 Capt. J. B. Croft '33 Ensign James Crowley '42 P'vt. Clifton B. Cunningham '33 Lt. Howard Houston Curtis '40 Pvt. John Dabney '25 Pic. William Daniels '42 Lt. Miles M. Davis '33 Maj. Paul G. Davis '34 Lt. Robert E. Davis '42 MEMBERS SERVING IN WORLD WAR II Lt. Howard Edmond Day '30 Lt. William M. Deep '42 Pfc. William A. Dunlap '43 Pvt. Charles Eugene Dunn '36 Capt. William Savage Duty '39 Lt. J. Reynolds Faber '33 Pvt. Baron O. Faulconer '21 Lt. Com. John Henry Faunce '34 Lt. Fred P. Flowers '37 Capt. Edgar A. Gans '23 Lt. Bradford Garrison '42 Lt. Jack S. Gathof '40 Capt. William J. Gathof '38 Pvt. Leonard Greathouse '41 Maj. William W. Greathouse '34 Pvt. Hamilton B. Greenup '33 Maj. Edgar R. Gress '21 Lt. Russell L. Gresham '41 Lt. Col. Gerald Grlflln '22 Pvt. Earl Hadden '41 Lt. Alexander Hall '42 Lt. William Hall '38 Lt. L. R. Hamner '38 Lt. Tom Harris '40 Lt. Ben Harrison '30 Ensign J. William Hedges '41 Pvt. Wlckllffe Hendry '38 Lt. Charles T. Hertsczh '37 Ensign Robert Hess '35 Lt, Robert Hlllenmeyer '42 Capt. Morry Holcomb '40 Capt. Kendall Holmes '31 Capt. Albert B. Hoskins '39 AS Jack R. Howell '39 Lt. Waller Hunt '34 Pic. Robert Hutton '43 Lt. Tom C. Jackson '40 Ensign C. P. Johnson '39 Lt. Hiram Johnson '41 Lt. Plummer Jones '41 81 Maj. Waller Jones '28 Lt. Wllllam H. Karraker '40 Capt. Roy Kavanaugh '28 Pvt. George Kelley '43 Lt. Wllllam Kenney '28 Pic. John Kerr, '42 Pvt. Robert Landrum '43 Lt. Col. Raymond Lathrem '37 Lt. Addison W. Lee III '41 Pic. Harold Lindsay '43 Capt. Henry McCown '34 Maj. Richard McIntosh '27 Lt. John McKenney '36 Pvt. Jerry Macke '43 Lt. Thomas Mahan '41 Pvt. David Mahanes '43 Lt. Harvey W. Mattingly '33 AS Balomero Menchero '35 Pic. Robert Meyer '43 Lt. Col. Leroy Miles '27 Pvt. Robert Mills '37 Capt. Horace Miner '32 Pvt. Glenn Mohney '42 AS Kenneth Carol Morgan '40 Capt. Dudley Murphy '36 Lt. O. B. Murphy '33 Capt. Tom Nichols '36 Pvt. Terry Nolan '42 Pvt. Robert Olney '37 Lt. Burt Paynter '40 Pvt. Bart N. Peak, Jr. '43 Lt. William Penick '41 Lt. Stanley Penna '41 Lt. Arthur W. Plummer '37 Maj. John Prewltt '30 Lt. Bruce Price '41 Capt. Lloyd Ramsey '41 Pvt. Robert Rankin '38 Maj. Ken Raynor '37 These lists based on information Lt. Bronston Redmon '41 Capt. Oscar Reuter '34 Maj. Sam Ridgeway '22 Capt. Lewls Root '27 Pvt. David Salyers '36 Capt. Charles W. Saunders '36 Pvt. Lewis Sawln '43 Lt. David C. Scott '39 Pvt. Frank Gaines Sebree '41 Capt. Earl Senfft '30 Lt. Othor Shadwick '42 Pvt. O. L. Shultz '42 Lt. Sam W. Slmonton '40 Capt. John Paul Slaton '35 Maj. Frank Smith '26 Pvt, William R. Smoot '39 Capt. Elbrldge L. Snapp '39 Lt. Col. Charles Spilmnn '23 Lt. Elvis Stahr '35 Pvt. Charles Stanley '35 Pvt. James Stevens '36 Pvt. Herbert Swartz '36 Capt. Robert T. S weeney '39 Maj. Wm. Preston Tate '24 Carlt. Claude Terrell '35 Pvt. Chester Theiss '43 Pvt. Harry Theobald '42 Pvt. Hunt Thomas '34 Lt. William D. Thompson '20 Pvt. William Trott '30 Lt. Robert Tucker '31 Lt. William L. Tudor '39 Lt. Hugh Van Antwerp '33 Capt. Reynolds Watkins '37 Pvt. Jolm B. Wells '35 Lt. Atlee Wilson '42 Lt. Jay Wilson '42 Lt. James W. Wine '39 Capt. William Young '38 available December 10, 1943 Sigma Gamma Epsilon HONORARY GEOLOGY FRATERNITY """'l Founded March 30, 1915 at the University oi Kansas Chi Chapter, established at the University in 1928 PURPOSE The social, scholastic, and scientific advancement of its members, the extension of relations of friendship and assistance between the uni- versities and scientific schools with recognized standings in the United States and Canada, and the upbuilding of a national college society de- voted to the advancement of geology, mining, metallurgy, ceramics and petroleum engineering. FACULTY ADVISER Prof. D. M. Young FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. C. C. Branson Dr. A. C. McFarlan Prof. D. M. Young OFFICERS WILLIAM E. WARE . . . . . . . President LUTHER POWELL . . . . . Vice-President GEORGE VELOTTA ..... Secretary-Treasurer STUDENT MEMBERS Luther Powell George Velotta William E. Ware ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Elmer Dyer Moss Patterson Milli, Alpha Zeta Skye? HONORARY AGRICULTURAL FRATERNITY A ' F'-if . . . . L l l avg Founded at Ohio State University in 1897 , i AAZQ N' D e, ,ig Scovell chapter Established in 1912 'L lil Hopkins ' The fraternity of Alpha Zeta was established in 1897 as an agricultural, professional fraternity "in whose membership shall be combined the qualities of high scholarship, fine I fellowship, and sound character." Scovell Chapter was established at the University of Kentucky in 1912 and has played an important role in college activities since that time. Of the thirty students who enrolled in agriculture in the fall of 1943, only one was an active member of Alpha Zeta. Other members were serving in the armed forces of our country. Despite the limited membership, however, the banner of high scholarship, sound character and noble service to agriculture was kept before the student body. ACTIVE MEMBER Silvion C. Hopkins FACULTY ADVISORY COMMITTEE L. A. Bradford Dana G. Card james B. Kelley 82 STUDENT MEMBERS ome Economics Club PURPOSE To train active and efficient leaders among young women for home and community life and to furnish opportunity through organization for professional activities. In accomplishing ' ' H E onomics irls. this, the club offers an opportunity for fun and friendship among ome c g FACULTY ADVISOR Miss Mary Mumford OFFICERS MYRA HARRIS . . . . . KATHERINE Joi-1NsToNE . LUCY BYRD OLIVER . MARTHA JANE P1-uPPs TANSY BARN!-IILL . . . Anna Mae Allen Rozella Allen Harriette Allison Eloise Bennett Charleen Burris Mildred Dunn Mary Katherine Eubank Alice Freeman Carolyn Hall Louise Harned Margaret Hatter Myra Harris Elizabeth Hickman Mary Margaret Higginson Lucille Hurt Jane Ann Holland Jeanne Johnson Katherine Johnstone Frances Kendall Marian Brauss Mary Bennett LeMaster Charleen Lisanby Nancy Loclcery Betty Ligon Helen Manier Helen Bradford Amelia Mason Ann Meacham Joan Meyer Mary Louis Mitts Shirley Moser Lucy Byrd Oliver Frances Owens Jean Phipps 83 . President Vice President . Secretary Treasurer Reporter Martha Jane Phipps Katherine Plain Ruth Ann Reynolds Betty Riggs Edyth Routt Judith Rowland Joan Scott Rowenna Sparks Jane Ann Stone Evelyn Thompson Mary Lawton Thornton Kathleen Vance Jean Whaley Frances Wilhoyth Mary Wilson Mary Charles Wood Ann Word Top row--Johnstone, Enlow, Blankenship, Thornton, Harris Middle row-Weakley, Whitehouse, Griffith, Taylor, Lisanby, Wilson Bottom row-Burris, Phipps, Frye, Graddy, Thompson, Meyer hi U silon micron HOME ECONOMICS HONORARY Foundeci at the University of Minnesota in 1909 Iota Chapter, established on the campus in 1922 PURPOSE To establish and strengthen bonds of friendshipg to promote the moral and intellectual development of its members and to advance and promote Home Economics. FACULTY ADVISER Miss Barkley FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Barkley Dr. Erikson OFFICERS PATRICIA THORNTON ' . . . . . President DORIS ENLOW . . . . Vice-President ANNE SCHOULTIES . . . . . Recording Secretary KATHERINE JOHNSTONE . . . . Treasurer MRS. LORENE BLANKENSHIP . Corresponding Secretary STUDENT MEMBERS Charlene Burris Myra Harris Evelyn Thompson Anne Frye Charline Lisanby Hazel Weakley Priscilla Graddy Joan Meyers Mary Jo Whitehouse Edna Griffith Martha jane Phipps Marjorie Wilson Mary Mason Taylor 84 niversit 4-ll Club PURPOSE To promote bonds of fellowship among former 4-H Club members who now attend the University of Kentucky. Carl W. J ones ELIZABETH HICKMAN BOB JOHNSTONE FACULTY ADVISERS OFFICERS MILDRED DUNN . MARY SEARCY . GIFFORD VARNEY Ruth Ball Helen Bradford Matilda Brown Charleen Burris Rosalie Creech Helen Davis Mildred Dunn Doris Enlow Mary Katherine Eubank Evelyn Fischer Hazel Glasscock Evelyn Greene STUDENT MEMBERS Jane Gudgell Carolyn Hall Myra Harris Carolyn Hensley Elizabeth Hickman Bob Johnstone Katherine Johnstone Lucille Layman Winnie Roy Lewis Nancy Lockery Amelia Mason Shirley Moser Lucy Byrd Oliver J. W. Whitehouse . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer Reporter Catherine Plain Edyth Routt Joan Scott Iris Shannon Mildred Sumpter Ralph Taylor Kathleen Vance Gifford Varney Frances Wilhoyte Mary Wilson Ann Word Dorothy Word M Top row-Taylor, Oliver, Glasscock, Goggin, Shannon, Varney, Word, Greene, Gudgell, Johnstone Bottom raw-Brown, Scott, Fischer, Hickman- Dunn, Wllhoyte, Sumpter, Ewbank 85 Top row-Smith, Buchanan, Neill, Dunn, D. Word Middle row-Creech, Gudgell, Bernard, M. Word, Goggln, Hensley Bottom row-McReynolds, Brown, Greene, Gritflth, Dickens, Bradford C am 1 l to ll 0 u s e Founded at the University of Kentucky in 1942 FACULTY ADVISERS Dr. Statie Erikson Mrs. Anita Burnam Davis Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes OFFICERS MILDRED BUCHANAN . . . . President MARJORIE SMITH Vice-President MILDRED DUNN . . . . Secretary DOROTHY WORD . . Treasurer MARY ELEANOR NEILL House Manager ELIZABETH GOGGIN x EVELYN GREENE . . Historians STUDENT MEMBERS Virginia Bernard Mildred Buchanan Linda McReynolds Helen Bradford Mildred Dunn Mary Eleanor Neill Matilda Brown Elizabeth Goggin Marjorie Smith Nell Cherry Evelyn Greene Mildred Sumpter Rosalie Creech Edna Griffith Arm Word Irene Dickens Jane Gudgell Dorothy Word Carolyn Hensley 86 S elh L ouse Founded at the University of Kentucky in 1934 PURPOSE Shelby House, the first cooperative house for girls established at the University, is or- ganized and run by a group of former 4-H Club girls who were selected upon the basis of their scholastic records and qualities of leadership. It promotes more cooperative and economic living. . FACULTY ADVISERS Dr. Statie Erikson Mrs. Anita Burnam Davis Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes OFFICERS DORIS ANN ENLOW . . . . . . President JUDITH ROWLAND . . Vice-President JANE ANN HOLLAND . . Secretary ELIZABETH HICKMAN ..... Treasurer STUDENT MEMBERS Ruth Ball Elizabeth Hickman Margaret Newell Judith Rowland Doris Ann Enlow Jane Ann Holland Lucy Byrd Oliver ' Joan Scott Mary Katherine Eubank Nancy Lockery Catherine Plain Kathleen Vance Hazel Glasscock Amelia Mason Mildred Porter Frances Wilhoyte Myra Harris Shirley Moser Edyth Routt Mary Wilson Top row-Enlow, Rowland, Holland, Hickman, Moser Second row-Porter, Plain, Glasscock, Harris, Routt Third row-Eubank, Vance, Wilson, Mason, Lockery Bottom row-Newell, Scott, Ball, Oliver, Wllhoyte 87 Hurt, Parker, Bedenbaugh, Welsenberger, McNeill, Harrison O Student nlon oard Founded at the University of Kentucky in 1938 PURPOSE To make leisure time more fruitful through a broad program of recreation and enter- tainmentsg to develop leadershipg and to enrich student life and to encourage finer apprecia- tion through a meaningful cultural program. FACULTY ADVISERS Dean T. T. Jones Dr. W. S. Ward Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes DIRECTORS BART N. PEAK . . . . MACKIE RASDELL . DOROTHY EVANS OFFICERS EDITH WEISENBERGER . . . JIMMY HURT . . ELOISE BENNETT . HELEN HARRISON BOARD MEMBERS Eloise Bennett J. C. Doyle Cpl. Jacob Bedenbaugh Helen Harrison Pvt. J. H. C. Dick Jimmy Hurt 88 Dr. M. M. White . . Director Assistant Director Social Director . . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer Rob McNeill Roberta Parker Edith Weisenberger h i l p h a h t Founded at the University of Arkansas in 1921 Tau Chapter, installed on the University oi Kentucky campus in 1936 PURPOSE The furtherance of the study of history and the attainment of a high quality of scho- lastic interest in the subject. James F. Hopkins ALICE WATKINS . SARAH MCINTEER DOLORES MACK Dolores Mack Sarah Anne Mclnteer FACULTY ADVISER Dr. J. Huntley Dupre MEMBERS IN FACULTY Robert T. Lunde Thomas Clark OFFICERS MEMBERS Lillian Terry Patricia Wallace J. Huntley Dupre . . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Alice Watkins Betty Lee Wilson Mclnteer, Watkins, Wallace, Mack, Terry 89 W. Top raw-Nlckell, O'Bannon, Hurt, Van Horn, Yates, Meyer, Weathers Middle row-Aulick, Oldham, Fleishman, Spurr, Nichols, Lewis, Stokes, Adams Bottom row-Gibson, Clarkson, Davls, Brauer, Nevitt, Bureau, Clayton, Freeman Suk Circle Founded at the University of Kentucky, 1921 PURPOSE To promote the spirit and interest of the University of Kentucky in its sports and athletics. WILLIAM R. NICKELL ELLEN O'BANNON JAMES HURT DUANE VA Nancy Adams Bernadine Aulick Betty Ann Brauer Jeanne Bureau Alma Clarkson Molly Clayton Mary Lillian Davis FACULTY ADVISER C. W. Hackensmith OFFICERS 0 . N HORNE Assistant STUDENT MEMBERS Betty Fleishman Alice Freeman Claudine Gibson Marian -Harris Lucy Meyer Esther Nevitt Lelia Nichols 90 . President . Secretary . Treasurer Treasurer Jane Oldham Carola Spurr Margaret Stokes Camilla Weathers Marian Yates Pat Lewis 0 0 heta S1 ma hl Founded April 8, 1909, University of Washington Chi Chapter established at the University in 1918 PURPOSE To further the interests of women in professional journalism. FLORIDA GARRISON . CELIA BEDERMAN . BETTY Box-IANNON Celia Bederman Betty Bohannon Elizabeth Faulkner FACULTY ADVISER Miss Marguerite McLaughlin OFFICERS STUDENT MEMBERS Florida Garrison PLEDGES Carolyn Hill . . President Vice-President Secretary Alice Watkins Mary Norma Weatherspoon Bettye McClanahan 4 Top row-Garrison, Bohannon, Bederman, McClanahan Bottom row-Faulkner, Weatherspoon, Watkins, Hill 91 A. M ...a.W.,.....,, ., , ..,, , sm. ..,,,.,.-....V.v,, ..., X... . A... ,.-, ww. .. , at , T, ,x rv, f ,,.. ., .,.. ,,3,r., . ,N t, .,.- ...,... . .,....-.,.,,.w.,.,... ., -.,..,,,..-. ...., 1 ra - .... ..-, .,... x,,, .,, , au Sigma Founded in 1928 at the University oi Kansas Delta Chapter installed on the University of .Kentucky campus in 1942 PURPOSE To study the dance with its accompanying arts, music, drama and designg and to pro- mote general interest. FACULTY ADVISER Miss Margaret Warren HONORARY ADVISER Ethel Smith OFFICERS MARIAN HARRIS . . . . . President PRISCILLA GRADDY . Vice-President ELLEN O'BANNON . Secretary JEAN CRABB . . . Treasurer MARY SHAW . Corresponding Secretary SARAH RODES . Business Manager MEMBERS Ann Barron Jean Crabb Grace Cavender Mary Jane Dorsey Martha Lou Faries Zelma Goldenberg Lyde Gooding Dorcas Hollingsworth Priscille Graddy S Marian Harris Ellen O'Bannon PLEDGES Martha Belle Hood Myra Lee Howard Helen McMurtry Martha Mann Helen Milman Gwen Pace Marjorie Palmore 92 Sarah Rodes Mary Shaw Iyblou Ross Ruth Ellen Schroeder Margery Schwartz Charlotte E. Terry Corinne Wade Bettye jo Woollum M, Civil n ineers Founded November 5, 1852 University of Kentucky Student Chapter established in 1921 PURPOSE A student branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers to promote interest in the Held of civil engineering. FACULTY ADVISER A. L. Chambers FACULTY MEMBERS D. V. Terrell A. L. Chambers R. E. Shaver W, J, Can-el OFFICERS RICHARD W. STOREY . ' . . . . President JAMES A. CAYWOOD . . . Vice-President M. D. VAN HORNE . . Secretary WM. R. NICKELL ..... Treasurer STUDENT MEMBERS Sterling L. Bugg James H. Crawford Qeorge O. Miller James B. Stevenson James A. Caywood Howard Freer William R. Nickell Richard W. Storey Norman A. Chrisman Richard Gerrish David M. Phelps III George R. Turner Coleman C. Clement Robert Gillum John L. Rogers M. D. Van Home Edith Conant E. B. McCullough A- H- SCBEES, JY- W. W. Wichman Tap row---Storey, Nlckell, Stevenson, Caywaod Middle row-Rogers, Turner, Bugg, Conant Bottom row-McCullough, Chrlsman, Freer, Miller 93 Top row-Gormley, Neltner, White, Stanonis, Saunders Bo-ttom row-Earle, Hunt, Mldkifl, Elkins, Kennelly, Kozlik H O I lpha Chl Sigma Founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1902 Alpha Gamma Chapter installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1917 PURPOSE The purpose of Alpha Chi Sigma is to bind its members with a tie of true and lasting friendshipg to strive for the advancement of chemistry both as a science and as a professiong to aid its members by every honorable means to the attainment of their ambitions as chemists throughout their mortal lives. FACULTY ADVISER Dr. M. H. Bedford FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. M. H. Bedford Dr. Gerald F. Grillot Dr. Lawrence L. Quill Dr. Melvin J. Astle Dr. Charles Barkenbus Prof. J. R. Mitchell OFFICERS IRVIN H. NELTNER . . . . JAMES H. SAUNDERS . WILLIAM GORMLEY THEODORE WHITE STUDENT MEMBERS ' Ralph Meyer Valva Midkiff Irvin H. Neltner William Gormley Roland Kozlik Hal Maynor PLEDGES Thomas Earle Richard Hunt Lloyd Elkin 94 . . President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary James H. Saunders J oe Stites Theodore White Bruce Kennelly David Stanonis ia C u e t a P1 Founded at Lehigh University in 1885 Alpha of Kentucky Chapter established at the University in 1902 PURPOSE To mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering colleges of America. E. A. Bureau M. W. Beebe E. A. Bureau FACULTY ADVISERS M. W. Beebe C. C. Jett FACULTY MEMBERS J. H. Graham J. S. Horine J. S. Horine A. J. Meyer L. E. Nollau C, S, Crouse C. C. Jett H. A. Romanowitz H, H, Downing J. W. May D. V. Terrill OFFICERS RALPH L, HUCABy . . . . President W, C- CAYWOOD , Vice-President H. J. MACKE . . Secretary EARL M. EVANS, JR. Treasurer STUDENT MEMBERS W. C. Caywood Ralph L- H1-lcaby Earl M. Evans, Jr. H- J- Macke Evans, Caywood, Macke, Hucaby 95 E ectrical n ineers Installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1910 PURPOSE The purpose of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers is to advance the theory and practices of electrical engineering and of the allied arts and sciencesg to maintain high professional standing among its members and to develop the individual engineer. Prof. E. A. Bureau EARL M. EVANS, JR. MILTON H. LEWIS FACULTY ADVISER Prof. Brinkley Barnett FACULTY MEMBERS Prof. H. A. Romanowitz OFFICERS 96 Prof. Brinkley Barnett . . Chairman . Secretary-Treasurer OFFICERS Mechanical n ineers Founded in New York City in 1880 Established at the University in 1911 PURPOSE The purpose of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers is to promote the art and science of mechanical engineering and the allied arts and sciencesg to encourage researchg to foster engineering education: to advance the standards of technologyg and severally in coop- eration with other engineering and technical societies to broaden the usefulness of the en- gineering profession. FACULTY ADVISER S. B. Walton FACULTY MEMBERS C, C, Jett R. D. Hawkins P. West ALEX FIELDER . . . . - GERALD CUNDIFF . . WILLIAM LEMASTERS WILLIAM CAvwoon . - - STUDENT MEMBERS R. M. Gossum W. D. Hatcher J. L. Hicks G. W. Howard H. R. Lawson Merl Baker J. A. Barnes W. C. Caywood G. A. Cundiff A. L. Davis E, L, Elder H. B. Leasure Alex Fielder E. W. LeMasters o. w. Gard H- J- Macke J. E. Morreaux . . Chairman . Vice-Chairman . Secretary Treasurer J. E. Rhodemyre J. N. Riley M. L. Simms F. W. Schumann W. A. Wade J. B. Walters R. P. Walters Margaret Wayne Top rgw-Howard, Walters, Lawson. Wayne, Barnes, Fielder, Cundifl, Caywooq Bottom row-Simms. MHCKG. Walters, Mvneaux, Gard, Baker, Hatcher, LeMasters 97 Student The purpose is to sity students. Edwina Abraham Martha Jane Allen Esther Baker Merl Baker June Baker Paul Bouman Betty Jo Chiles Hugh Collett Peter Cohn Mary Lillian Davis Delphia Dunnagan Alice Freeman Claudine-Gibson Evelyn Greene Helen Harrison Juanita Hendry nion uting lub Installed on the campus in 1940 promote and furnish occasional outdoor social gatherings for Univer- FACULTY ADVISER Mrs. John Evans MEMBERS Louise Hendry Virginia Hill Ilena Jackson Elizabeth James Jean Johnston Katherine Johnstone Beatrice Kinney Mary Bennett LaMaster Dolores Mack Walter Marshall Jewell McBee Sara Mclnteer Shirley Meister Helen Monier Ruth Moore 98 Bettie Riggs Margaret Rogers Sarah R. Smith Morrison Swift Anne Taylor Ralph Thomas Dolores Thompson Martha Thurman Jessee Stokes Tyler Clinton Wells Lois White Otis Lee Williams Countryman Wong Ann Word Tom Young Ellen Ziglar O O O Founded at the University of Kentucky in 1922 PURPOSE d ' t'n s orts in which the novice or veteran univer- To offer a variety of active an Interes 1 g p sity co-ed may participate during her leisure hours. FACULTY ADVISERS Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes Dr. Alberta Server OFFICERS ELIZABETH FAULKNER . . . . President KATHERINE JOI-INSTONE . Vice-President CAROLYN HILL A - - Secfefary HELEN HARRISON . Treasurer MARGARET WARREN . . . Sponsor COUNCIL MEMBERS Betty Lee Fleishman Helen Davis Mary Jane Dorsey Ann Miieneu Bonnie Miner Lucille Clarke Jeanne Bureau Carolyn Hill Marjorie Palmore jean Crabb Hockey Volleyball Basketball Softball Archery Anne Taylor Jane Oldham Claudine Ciribson Mary Searcy Golf Hiking Tennis Bowling , ,, , .Mir-,. ,gc--5 v-gg .. ,ii Top row-Johnstone, Hill, Dorsey, Davis, Harrison Middle row-Searcy, Oldham, Crabb, Mlller, Bureau Bottom row-Flelshman, Gibson, Mitchell, Taylor, Palmore 99 Top row-Freeman, McCown, Greddy, Roos, Hagen, Gumm, Long Middle row-Lipscomb, Horkan, Russell, Shaw, Ginocchio, Buchanan, Blake Bottom row-Ratchford, Williams, Dean, Knight, Hill, Felts, Simpson, Weldeburg h i e ta Founded at Northwestern in 1912 Kappa Chapter established at the University in 1925 PURPOSE To promote the best in music and dramag to live a life of serviceg and to seek to develop the highest type of womanhood. ANITA Roos . . PRISCILLA GRADDY MABEL GUMM KATHLEEN Laura Jeane Blake Mildred Buchanan Ann' Carter Felts Marjorie Freeman Betty Ginocchio Priscilla Graddy Joan Akers Beth Caddy Alice Dean FACULTY ADVISER Betty South OFFICERS STUDENT MEMBERS Mabel Gumm Kathleen Hagan Patsy I-Iorkan Janet Palmer Horne Helen Lipscomb Virginia Long Marie Louise McCown PLEDGES Lucille Haney French Dorothy Hill Hettie Knight 1.00 . . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Ruth Pace Anita Roos Bettie Harris Russell Mary Shaw Betsy Simpson Jacqueline Wiedeburg Leota Meade Roberta Ratchford Mildred Williams niversit Choristers Jane Bandy Laura Jean Blake Minkie Clarke Alice Dean Ann Carter Felts Marjorie Freeman Ann Gillespie Kathleen Hagan Mary Frances Helmick Organized at the University of Kentucky in 1932 DIRECTOR Mildred S. Lewis MEMBERS Jean Mills Anita Roos Bettie Harris Russell Frances Sellers Betsy Simpson Sue Thomas James Abel Jesse Adams Frank Andrentlc Glenn Bradley E. A. Cheekf: Norman Chrisman Hettie Knight Lillian Liebel Dora Merenbloom Lt. Arthur Erickson John Gergenili Robert Kuhlman Frank Lewis'l: Harold Lindsaym Robert Pettitif: David Phelps William Ralphil' William Sevenishfl' J. P. Smithili Countryman Wong? 'lt members ot' ASTP 101 DI4. .-ff. . . J I M sf 5 f F i., I sill F lllsl i f by 'W ' 'b it .:, . V -M... I 3 We 1' " 'C'L"" 1 , V' C Q el, :S o e ilzlll lil: Z S f is 1. I . , , I I llllll l 4 ll , '4 A hilharmonic rchestra Perry Adams Byron Bach Lysle Bach Charles Ballman Mary Elizabeth Baxter Wheeler Bunny Boone J. Preston Bryan Robert Christopherson Lee Crooks 'William Cross Charles Dickerson Organized in 1918 DIRECTOR Professor Carl A. Lampert MEMBERS Laura Durham Albert Frey William Fulton Wilyah Graves Ledford Gregory Mabel Gumm Kathleen Hagan Richard E. Jaggers James B. Jones Ralph Kemp George Langstaff C. Stanley Morris 102 Forrest Neal Paul Nolte Pierre Pujol Janet Palmer Anita Roos Jane Rubin Murrell Salutsky Frances Sellers Howard Smith Doris Smith Stuart Urbach I I 1 m f 0 n 1 e t t a Founded at the University oi Kentucky in 1940 PURPOSE To provide for the University student who has had orchestral experience an opportunity of performing the works of the master composers who wrote specifically for an ensemble of this type. DIRECTOR Alexander Capu STUDENT MEMBER Ledford Gregory, Concertmaster Mabel Gumm, First Violin Robert Christopherson, First Violin Wilyah Graves, Second Violin Mary Elizabeth Baxter, Second Violin Byron Bach, 'Cello Jane Rubin, 'Cello William Cross, String Bass Lyle Bach, Flute Charles Dickerman, Flute Bunny Boone, Harp TSO S Perry Adams, Oboe Pierre Pujol, Bassoon William LeMasters, Clarinet Murrell Salutsky, Clarinet Raymond Wetzel, Trumpet George Langstaff, Trumpet Paul Nolte, French Horn Stuart Urbach, French Horn Frank Hart, Trombone Marshall Smith, Timpani 103 .ll W1 Il 'll jim Il llm r I z CORNETS George F. Langstaff Albert H. Frey Newell Hadden Richard B. Ballman Earl H. Martin J. Ward Reister Bartley A. Greenwell Ben H. Pumphrey Rudolph M. Fryer Samuel J. Allen Stephen Jackson Cornett Joe Elswick James W. Craig John W. Fable BASSOONS Clayton E. Randall Pierre Pujol SAXOPHON ES William Walter Hall Elmer C. Bryant Mary Eloise Hardy ALTO CLARINET Milton H. Lewis ll! I l 1 U . l ! oncert and FACULTY ADVISER Charles V. Magurean MANAGERS Harold Carr George Roth CLARINETS E. William LeMasters Harold L. Carr Caswell S. Logan Murrell L. Salutsky James B. Jones John S. Fleming Eugene F. Griffith Frederica Pride Catherine L. Hardin DRUM MERS Marshall D. Smith Charles S. Morris Jerome Fields Eastham James L. Neill Bill Faulkner William B. Jones Laura H. Durham Amanda E. Hamblett FRENCH HORN Charles R. Balz Janet Palmer Mary Patsy Shely William H. Chambers HARP Wheeler Bunny Boone 104 TROMBONES Arthur C. McFarlan Roebrt B. Preston Frank B. Hart Oscar A. Cull Boyd E. Jessee John P. McNamara Henry W. Lentz BARITONES Robert H. Cundiff William F. Kelly James T. Eisman BASSES George Roth Jack Godhelff Warren Paul Gregory Donald Orwin Richard E. Jaggers Kenneth E. Fincher BELL LYRES Wheeler Bunny Boone Roger P. Whitton, Jr. OBOE Gene'T. Qualls s-. III'- """'---N--a..cz,..,i .,.. ,, ,...,,,,,.,,,,,,?m Edwina Abraham Joan Akers Ruth Anthony Mary Eleanor Bach Mary Frances Bach Jane Bandy Elizabeth Barnett Margery Benson Betty Lee Birk Laura Jean Blake Ruth Bradford Sue Ann Bradford Irene Bridgeman Ann Bryant Mildred Buchanan Jeanne Bureau Beth Caddy Betty Capen Women s ee u 9 C l ll Organized on the University campus in September, 1931 DIRECTOR Mildred S. Lewis ACCOMPANIST Adelle South Gensemer MEMBERS Delphia Dunnagan Ann Carter Felts Marjorie Freeman Lucille Haney French Jean Galloway Ann Gillespie Blanche Goble Margaret Gooch Ruth Ann Grannis Kathleen Hagan Myra Harris Elizabeth Hayden Jean Heath Mary Frances Helmiclc Lenora Henry Shirley Herawitz Virginia Faye H0889 Eleanor Hopkins Marjorie Choate Betty Howe Jean Crabb Evelyn KGUYOU Mary Elizabeth Crawford Alton King Margaret Davis Lalla Rookh Kirk Alice Dean Hettie Knight Betty Derrickson Mary Bennett LaMaster Cleora Donovan Mary Jane Dorsey Elizabeth Landrum Bernice Lewis Lillian Liebel Virginia Lipscomb Nancy Lowe Ann Scott Maher Ann McBrayer Sarah McCammon Hannah McCollom Marie Louise McCown Mary Elizabeth McDonald Melrose McGurk Sarah McInteer Leota Meade Shirley Meister Dora Merenbloom Mildred Miller Jean Mills Betsy Mitchell Mary Louis Mitts Mary Mulligan Marie Louise Munroe Jo Ann Neal Tillie Lee Neuner Ellen O'Bannon Audrey Owen Gwendolyn Pace Ruth Pace Marjorie Palmore Ramelle Patterson Juanita Payton Carol Rauch Lucille Ray Jeanette Reynolds Margaret Rogers Virginia Rogers Anita Roos Helen Marie Rose Betty Harris Russell Marian Salisbury- Frances Sellers Sue Ann Thomas Jean Thurman Nancy Fillmore Toll Lorraine Turck Bobette Walker Ann Wallace Janet Wallingford Ruth Warren Julia Ann Waters Martha Weller Kathleen Wrench Edna Florine York Georgianna Young . 'N - -f-W .-. ...-- K-,aa,.,,... . ..,. ..., J' 24 -'T I 'N Sawln, Barnes, Muhanes, Caywood, Meyer, Combs Lamp And Cross SENIOR MEN'S HONORARY Founded at the University oi Kentucky in 1903 PURPOSE To recognize qualities of leadership among outstanding members of the senior class. FACULTY ADVISER T. R. Bryant FACULTY MEMBERS Davis Buckner S. L. Lowry J. R. Johnson J. E. Parker, Jr. A. B. Kirwan Bart Peak C. EDWIN BARNES LEWIS SAWIN . BOB MEYER . ANDRE MEYER C. Edwin Barnes Marvin Bell William C. Caywood C. Kilmer Combs ' Pat Conley Niel Plummer HONORARY MEMBER judge R. C. Stoll OFFICERS STUDENT MEMBERS Robert Hutton Harold Lindsay Robert Landrum David Mahanes Andre Meyer Robert Meyer 106 . . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Jerry Macke Yancey Owen Lewis Sawin Chester Theiss George Barker I f Q -YW' " I , iw-V ,r ix Col. II. E. Brewer, P. M. S. 8 T. After graduating from the University of Kentucky in 1908, Colonel B. E. Brewer went to the Philippines in 1908 where he stayed for thirteen years. While there, he was commis- sioned Second Lieutenant in the Philippine Scouts in 1910, served in various posts and camps, and for a time was Deputy Military Governor of the Lubungam District of Mindanao. In 1921 he returned to the United States and was executive officer at Fort Sneeling, Min- ' e to time he has been stationed at many forts throughout the nesota, for three years. From tim country. 1 l B ' r duate of the Field Officer Course Infantry School and General Staffcgiggsll IEZWv5gSli2,a1xi,aS. ESL T. at the University of Kentucky 1932-1938. From here he was transferred to 11th Infantry, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, for a year and then to C l mbus Ohio where he served as chief of Ohio military area. He returned to F , r Ort Hayesk 0 u k April 2 1942 to resume once more his duties as P. M. S. 8m T. and L I t , t r Y ' . . Ciigirrfagldantecii LtheyA. S. T. P. Unit at the University of Kentucky. After a four months' leave of absence, Colonel Brewer will retire from military service September 30, 1944. 107 Compan Late in April of 1943, one hundred and five of the Junior Advanced ROTC left the cam- pus to take Basic Training in their respective branches of Service. The Infantry trained at Camp Wolters, Texas, and the Signal Corps at Camp Crowder, Missouri. Returning to the University in September to await appointment to Officer Candidate Schools, the group was organized as Company G of the 1548th Service Unit, and the mem- bers were enrolled in regular University classes. Commanding Oflicer of the Company was Lieut. Arthur A. Erickson, Jr., Infantry, assisted by Lieut. James B. Holtzclaw, Infantry, Executive Officer. By March, 1944 all members of the unit were assigned to the OFFAcer Candidate Schools of either the Infantry, Signal Corps, Armored Force, or the Air Corps and headed for the coveted commission of an Army officer. James E. Abell Dee A. Akers Richard P. Ayres George E. Barker Clarence E. Barnes, Jr. Thomas P. Bell Frank J. Blankenship Robert M. Bookbinder Kenneth S. Bruce William T. Carroll Ted W. Cathey William C. Caywood Elbert A. Cheek Robert F. Clark Coleman C. Clement James P. Conley Walter C. Cox, Jr. Lt. James B. Holtzclaw, Lt. Arthur A. Erickson, Jr. MEMBERS John P. Dallavo Billy J. Daniels John J. David Ansel L. Davis Victor E. Davis John H. Dixon George E. Dudley Auburn B. Duncan William A. Dunlap Louis Dusina Charles D. Eblen, Jr. William S. Evans II Tommy C. Ewing Joseph H. Fothergill Eugene H. Fox Howard C. Freer Maurice F. Genton Richard E. Gerrish, Jr. Oliver W. Gard Robert M. Gillim 108 Ernest D. Gooch, Jr. John C. Goodlett Felix M. Gossum, Jr. 'J oe B. Hall Randall F. Hammer Fischer D. Harned George J. Hermann John L. Hicks Eric K. Hoyer, Jr. John S. Hutcheson, Jr Robert F. Hutton John T. Jackson III Kenneth B. Jones Robert T. Johnson George E. Kelly John H. Kerr, Jr. Benjamin L. Kessinger, Jr Charles W. Kuhn Walden Landers Charles T. Lang Harold B. Leasure William C. Ledford Harold B. Lindsay Theodore E. Logan Harry J. Macke David J. Mahanes, Jr. Daniel P. Marshall, Jr. John L. McNeal Robert W. Meyer Harry M. Miller James E. Moore John C. Myers, Jr. Bart N. Peak, Jr. Everett S. Penick Compan MEMBERS William T. Prather, Jr. Jay E. Rhodemyre Charles D. Rhodes, Jr. Allen P. Rogers Ratliff C. Rogers Donald R. Rose Harold J. Rucker Theodore C. Rutmayer Donald L. Sallee James H. Satterfield Stanley M. Saunier, Jr. William W. Schick John H. Seay George F. Sengle, Jr. Micheal L. Simms William R. Spears Richard T. Stofer, Jr. 109 Edward L. Swift, Jr. Charles G. Taliaferro Harry T. Taylor Frebert V. Thompson Jettie K. Thompson J ere S. Thornton Paul W. Triplett Daniel M. VanSant Lloyd W. Waddell Franklin E. Warren Richard S. Webb II Ben T. White Russell E. White William W. Wichman Mitchell T. Yowell John J. Zawisza Anthony C. Zoellers K-Delis K-Dets, Company C, was founded at the University oi Kentucky in 1941, and is sponsored by Scabbard and Blade FACULTY ADVISER Lt. Arthur A. Erickson, Jr. OFFICERS MARJQRIE PALMORE . . . . Captain JANE DENNY . Honorary Captain MARION YATES . . . . First Lieutenant CAMILLA WEATHERS ..... Second Lieutenant HELEN DAVIS, ESTHER NEVITT, BETTYE MCCLANAHAN . Sergeants McClannhan. Ncvitt, Yates, Denny, Pnlmore, Wcnthcrs, Davis 110 K-Dots Company A Company C Company B OFFICERS ludanx Founded by the Wilkes-Barre YMCA in 1921 To unite its members so each may BRUCE KEN NELLY RUSSELL CONRAD . DUANE VAN HORNE JIMMY HURT . BART N. PEAK Griffin Anderson Cornell Clark Merl Baker Russell Conrad D O Burke Clyde Cropper Norman Chrisman Bill Embry Jimmy Hurt raternit lilly : .L 5 f A ,f'XW' Bart N. Peak chapter established M..-:xx ,ij ,ff will.,-Q Twin, 1 q 14,2 PURPOSE reach the high MEMBERS Bruce Kennelly David Loccoco Orville Miller Robert McNeill William Nickell ideals for on the campus in 1942 which the fraternity stands. . Primus . Pro Primus . Tribune Quaestor Mentor Bill Spragens M. D. Van Horne Clinton Wells Gene Whicker Mason Noyes Bart N. Peak Tom Rupley Arthur Scott Charles Shelby """? M 7:37 Top row-Van Horne, Hurt, Conrad, Kennelly, Embry, Peak Middle row-Nickell, Chrisman, Whicker, Scott, Wills, Spragens Bottom raw-Ballard, Anderson, Shelby, Burke, Clarke, Baker 112 Back ,OW left to rigg-,,-T0m Mosely guardg Wilbur Schu, Iorward,' Bob Brannum, centerg Truitt DeMoisey, center, Bill C ' 'Givens-H, and jack Tingle, forward. Second row Coach A F Rupp Walter Johnson, guardg jack Parkinson, guardp Nate Buis, forward, Don Whitehead, for i' I I 2 Ward, and Harry Gorham, guard. Front row-Ed Allin forward. Rudy yegsin, guard, Glen Parkeriii, Charles Fox, forward, Bob Stamper, forward, and johr. Br J I . :ii In own, forward' service a ske tb all By VINCENT SPAGNUOLO, Sports Editor When 15 freshmen and two s0Ph0m0reS reportefi for basketball practice earlier in the season, the Um- versity of Kentucky WHS just eXPeCting to door a team, but four months later finds the same Sfluad the Southeastern ,Conference champions of 1944, and a contender for the National Invitational Tournament title in Madison Square Garden- But this isn't all there is to the story- These fresh' men who had just received their high Schovl goat' skins came to the University and stepped in and carried the Blue and White colors just as capably and as honorably as any previous Kentucky team, They have won 17 out of 18 contests, avenging their only loss by defeating the University of Illinois 51-40 in a return match February 7. So the "mediocre team" that Kentucky fans were expecting has turned out to be one of the top teams of the nation under the tutorship of Coach A. F. Rupp. He luis unveiled J askethall CContinuedJ a bunch of Ubeardless wonders." They are one of the most determined teams that the Baron has ever assembled. They hustle and scrap every minute and the word "quit" is unknown to them. They operate as a unit, all working together rather than for them- selves. This year's accomplishments began when the Freshmen defeated Indiana University 66-41, which was the first Wildcat team ever to defeat the Hoosiers. A few weeks later Ohio State, Big 10 champs, fell before the Kentucky avalanche 40-28. This was the first time a Wildcat team has ever won at Columbus. Later in the same month, the Freshmen completed the most successful eastern trip ever taken by a Uni- versity team. January 28, Kentucky set a defensive record in the Auditorium at Buffalo by holding Car- negie Tech to 14 points, while chalking up 61 mark- ers. Two nights later, the first Kentucky team to win in Madison Square Garden defeated St. John's, last year's National Invitational champs, 44-38. After the turn of the new year, the Freshmen de- feated Notre Dame 55-54, the third time in the Irish- Wildcat series that a Kentucky team has emerged victorious. A month later the Freshmen whipped Illinois 51- 40 to square accounts with the Illini, who in Decem- ber won in the last 40 seconds of the game 41-43. Then in March in the SEC tourney in Jefferson County Armory, the Freshmen whipped three teams to claim the championship. This marked the seventh time that Coach Rupp and his Kentucky teams have marched off with the title since its beginning in 1933. Previous years that Wildcat teams took away top honors were in 1933, the year the SEC was formed, then in 1937, 1939, 1940, and 1942. In 1935 there was no tournament played, but the Kentucky team finished on top of the conference in the percentage system with 10 wins against no losses. In the SEC tourney the "Wildkittens" completely outclassed all their opponents. The first team did not play an entire game in the tournament. In the initial tussle, the Freshmen whipped the Georgia Bulldogs 57-29. The second string played all the last half and almost half of the first period. Against L.S.U., which was regarded as a "dark horse" by many sports writers, the "kids" racked up 55 points to the Bayou Tigers' 28. Again the second team played about three-fourths of the game. In the finals, Kentucky met Tulane, who the night before had upset Georgia Tech, the second seeded team, 61- 55. The Green Wave was stopped by a 62-46 mar- ging and in this game the first team did play almost a complete half. After the second half started, it was a matter of Jack Parkinson of Yorktown, In- diana trying to break a tournament scoring record set by Pinky Lipscomb in 1937. Parkinson did get 27 points, just one point under the record. Kentucky was well represented on the all-SEC first team by placing three freshmen, and also got one man on the second team. Bob Brannum of Win- field, Kansas, was placed in the pivot-slot, Parkinson at guard and Jack Tingle from Bedford at guard. Wilbur Schu, Versailles sophomore, was placed at forward on the second five. Rudy Yessin of Harlan and Tom Moseley of Lexington were given honorable mention. As this goes to press, Brannum has been picked on Sporting News' All-America team and is being con- sidered on Pic's All-America five. Going into his fourteenth season with six cham- pionships already to his credit, Coach Adolph Rupp faced the task of building a combine that resembled somewhat his quintets of the past. This he did with- out the aid of Army or Navy personnel. In the Collegiate Basketball Record published by the Helms Athletic Foundation of Los Angeles dur- ing the spring, the Baron, as he is so often referred to, was honored by being named as one of the great- est net mentors of all time. His 1933 team was named as national collegiate champion. He also had six of his former players listed as All-Americans. Carey Spicer was the first, that being in 1931. The others were Paul McBrayer, 19305 Ag- gie Sale, 1932 and 19333 John DeMoisey, 19345 Le- Roy Edwards, 19355 and Lee Huber, 1941. Previous to Rupp's reign, Basil Hayden was the first Wildcat chosen, that being in 19219 followed by Burgess Carey, 19253 and Carey Spicer, 1929. Two of the Baron's men, Sale, former coach at wards, were depicted as "players of the year." Sale, lanky center, was named for the 1933 season: while Edwards, also a high scoring pivot-man, gained the same honor in 1935. Coming to the University from Freeport, Illinois where his high school teams won 72 and lost 11, "the Man in the Brown Suit" has continued his winning ways by having credited 211 games to the win column and 55 tussles in the lost section. Since the South- eastern Conference was formed ten years ago, his vaunted quintets have marched away six times as the leader of the twelve team loop. His team won the title the first year that the loop was formed, 1933, then repeated in 1935, 1937, 1939, 1940, and 1942. askethall 1943-44 RESULTS Kentucky 51, Fort Knox 18 Played December 1 in Lexington Kentucky 54, Berea CNaval V-12, 40 Played December 4 in Lexington Kentucky 66, Indiana 41 Played December 11 in Louisville Kentucky 40, Ohio State 23 Played December 13 in Columbus Kentucky 58, Cincinnati 30 Played December 18 in Lexington Kentucky 41, Illinois 43 Played December 20 in Champaign Kentucky 61, Carnegie Tech 14 Played December 28 in Buffalo Kentucky 44, St. John's 38 Played December 30 in New York Kentucky 55, Notre Dame 54 Played January 8 in Louisville Kentucky 61, Wright Field CDaytonj 28 Played January 15 in Lexington Kentucky 76, Fort Knox ARC 48 Played January 31 in Lexington Kentucky 38, DePauw 35 Played February 5 in Lexington Kentucky 51, Illinois 40 Played February 7 in Lexington Kentucky 38, Cincinnati 35 Played February 12 in Cincinnati Kentucky 51, Ohio University 35 Played February 26 in Lexington Kentucky 57, Georgia 29 Played March 2 at SEC Tournament in Louisville Kentucky 55, Louisiana State 28 Played March 3 at SEC Tournament in Louisville Kentucky 62, Tulane 46 fFinalsj Played March 4 at SEC Tournament in Louisville By VINCENT SPAGNUOLO, Sports Editor Last fall was the First time in 53 yeafs of footlfall at the institution that the Wildcats did not Paflcl' pate in the sport. Only four of the 12 teHmS in the Southeastern Conference played 8 reg'-llal' Schedule, they were: Louisiana State, Georgia, Tulane, and Georgia Tech. Although the gridiron togs have been laid away, Athletic Director, Bernie Shively, and head coach, Ab Kirwan are on the campus. Shively helped Rupp with his "great freshmen physical education instructor. Kirwan is a mernbef of the history department teaching both civil1HHS and the ASTP. Gene Myers, head freshmen coach is still on the campus but has had to devote his full attention t0 military instructing and as commander of ComP9nY C of the ASTP unit stationed here. Myefs grad' usted in 1936 and coached from 1937 through 1241- Frank Moseley who was bacl-:Field coach is a lieu- tenant in the naval air corps and is stationed on a carrier. He entered the serviCe in Team" and is H March of 1942. Moseley came to the University with Harry Gam- age, who was then head coach, in 1934 and coached through the 1941 season. Joe Rupert, end coach, is also in the Navy. He is an ensign and stationed at Athens, Georgia. He coached from 1938 through 1941. He entered the service in 1942. Joe Sheppard, freshman coach, is an athletic offi- cer in the Army air corps. He went in as a civilian physical education instructor and later went through OCS. He is stationed in Indiana. Sheppard grad- uated in 1939 and then coached during the 1940 season and 1941 season. Bill McCubbin, end coach, was called in the sum- mer of 1941. Later he was commissioned as a bom- bardier and now is a first lieutenant. "Mac" fiew in 38 missions in the south Pacific and was decorated three times. Ralph McRight came here in 1942 as head fresh- man coach. He entered the service after the season and is a lieutenant fj.g.D stationed at Detroit. .v Sororities qw S- D' 7 5 ,J A xgx Fl ' fl 4:-, , Fraternities i Alpha elta Alpha Delta Pi was founded at Wesleyan Female College, Macon, Georgia, in 1851. Beta Psi, one of the 63 chapters in American colleges and universities, was founded on the Ken- tucky campus in 1941. Blue and white are the sorority colorsg violet is the flower, and "Adelphean" is the na- tional publication. Patsy Horkan Helen Bertram Ruth Ann Earnest Jo Glasscock Betty Ann Allen Wilma jean Canada Billie Dale Ann Somers Bailey Barbara Brooks Delphia Dunnagan Martha Lou Faries OFFICERS ' PATSY HORKAN .... President CAROLYN SPICER . Vice-President RUTH ANN EARNEST . Secretary FRANCES JINKINS . . Treasurer SENIORS Frances Jinkins Wanda Scrivner JUNIORS Amanda Hamblett Anne Howell Bettye McClanahan Marguerite Riley SOPHOMORES Nancy Jane Dempsey Jean Elliott Martha McKinney Mildred McKinney PLEDGES .Barbara Johnson Marion McCaw Mattie Miracle Jo Anne Neal 118 Carolyn Spicer Maxine Rogers Eloise Rogers V Peggy Ward Jean Rowe Mildred Sparks Lois White Mary Ellen Pumphrey Lois Jean Shipley Lorraine Turck Carolyn West FiTSt T010 Horkan Spicer Jlnklns Serlvner McClannhan Second row Cvlnscock Riley Hnmblett Rogers McKenney Third row White Sparks Rowe Canada. McKenney Fourth row Ward Rogers Dale Bertram Earnest Havlll Fifth. row Neal Dempsey Allen Bailey Dunnagnn Shipley Sixth- T010 Brooks Miracle West Turck Pumphrey Johnson Farles lpha Gamma elta Alpha Gamma Delta was founded at Syracuse University in 1904. Epsilon Chapter, one of the 50 in American colleges and universities, was installed on the campus in 1909. Wm! The Rose Bowl was awarded Epsilon Chapter for the highest scholastic record of any Alpha Gamma Delta chapter in the United States or Canada. Red, buff, and green are the colorsg red and buff roses are the flowersg "Alpha Gamma Delta Quarterly" is the publication. Members in the faculty are Sally Pence and Marie Barkley. OFFICERS ELOISE BENNETT . . . President GERRY WILLIAMS Vice-President EMILY HUNT . . Secretary SARAH BOGAN Treasurer SENIORS Eloise Bennett Ella Watson Browne Sara Bogan Alma Clarkson Betty Haynes Helen Arnold Julia Foley Betty Ann Ginnocchio Margaret Hatter Eleanor Bennett Helen Boles Gene Cart Helen Deitsch Susan Eblen Betty Haynes Marietta Helton Ann Hines Marcia Fields Jean Rich Mills JUNIORS Emily Hunt SOPHOMORES Mary Louis Mitts Esther Nevitt Gwen Pace Nancy Ellen Taylor Joan Theiss PLEDGES Alice Isaminger Jean Johnston Shirley Love Elsie Nevitt ' Dorothy Paar jean Phipps Jane Powell Sarah D. Rainey 120 Gloria Reid Betty Robinson Inez Strother Mary George Martin Ania Rai Vickers Anna Mary Wagner Bobette Walker Jean Wireman Marian Yates Marian Salisbury Jane Ann Stone Polly Thompson Jean Tinley Peggy Watkins Phyllis Watkins Dorothy Wilson Marianna Young First row E. E. Bennett Bognn Hunt Engle Williams Tnylor Clarkson Second row Eblen Hntter Wagner Walker Martin Yates Tlxelss Third row Mitts Fields Strother Vickers Foley Glllesple Mills Fourth row Wireman E. Nevltt Amos Reid M. Watkins Dcltsch Arnold Fifth row Browne Young Boles Glnocchlo Robinson Thompson Pace Sixth row ' P. Watkins Rainey Phipps Helton Powell Johnston Tinley Love Seventh row Isamlnger E. C. Nevltt Paar E. Bennett Salisbury Hines Haynes Wilson fu . ' 4 0 V.-3 1, 1,5 V-, 2 fygn A .N Q, ' ,P EPSILON CHAPTER 121 Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta was founded at Lombard College in 1893 and now has fifty-seven chap-' ters. Xi, the lirst local sorority to become a national on the University of Kentucky campus, was installed in 1908. Colors of Alpha Xi Delta are double blue and goldg pink rose is the sorority flower, and the "Alpha Xi Delta journal" is its national magazine. Alumna in the University faculty is Margaret Tuttle. Micki Bogan Grace Brown Mary Burrier Martha Jane Allen Eleanor Bach Ida Bannon Laura Jeanne Blake Jeanne Bureau Janet Collins Joan Barnett Emily Frank Mildred Carnes Dorothy Gifford OFFICERS BETTY FRAYSURE . . . President GRACE BROWN . Vice-President IDA BANNON . . Secretary ELEANOR BACH Treasurer SENIORS Anne Cantrell Elizabeth Hogg Lucille Richardson JUNIORS Betsy Lou Blevins Mabel Carnes Betty Fraysure Anne Frye SOPHOMORES Esther Price Dorothy Shively Ann Caroline Smith PLEDGES Hazel Kennedy Lalla Kirk Martha Matlack Frances Murphy Lucille Ray Jean Runyon Maureen Savage Mary Norma Weatherspoon Patricia Lewis Ruth Moore Dorothy Robinson Margaret Stokes Lillian Unger Betty Waltman Betty Rose Barbara Rice Betty Jean Taylor Anna Jean Williams 122 First row Bogan Savage Runyon Fraysure Brown Blake Second row Weathcrspoon Cantrell Hogg Blevins Bach Burrler Third row Shlvely Allen Frey Matlack Unger Lewis Fourth row Robinson Richardson Smith Link Miller Moore Bannon Filth row Waltmnn Collins Mildred Carnes Taylor Stokes Bureau Mabel Carnes Sixth row Gifford Frank Rice Price Kirk Ray Kennedy mwwvaq' ' " fl 2 , wx XI CHAPTER fs '24 . ,wer .5 . , , ...,.,.,.,,-.Q We . ' f. 3, Q K, is 'M , ' 0- ..' 1 . . ,:, ,- ' -4 -.,, Q-Q. -5 an 'urn QM1' V' Yr' 98 :as . ,r A Q X l P35 3 PS? T7 Y"'1 IW 1 Z'fx fu, at 123 'ns-f hi mega Chi Omega was founded at the University of Arkansas, April 5, 1895, and now has 96 chapters. Lambda Alpha chapter was installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1914 with cardinal and straw as its colors. The sorority fiower is White Carnation. "The Eleusis' is the national publicationg "The Chi-O Columns," the chapter publication. Betty Bohannon Martha Koppius Anna Mae Bailey Edith Conant Mary Varnon Gibson jane Bandy Kitty Churchill Betty Clardy Dorothy Coons Mary Jane Cox Frances Daniel Jane Elliott Ann Barron Martha Beard Janice Bowers Elizabeth Carey Adele Denman Nancy Elmore Betty Ernest Garnett Gayle OFFICERS EDITH WEISENBERGER . . President BETTY BOHANNON . Vice-President MARTHA KOPPIUS . . Secretary MARJORIE HUNSINGER . Treasurer EDITH CONANT . . Pledge Mistress MARY VARNON GIBSON . . Herald MEMBER IN FACULTY Miss Billie Jackson sEN1oRs Mary Mason Taylor Camilla Weathers JUNIORS Winn Ordige Hord Betty Kirkpatrick SOPHOMORES Jane Carroll Darnaby Anne Elliott Ann Eyer Jane Eyer Mary Edna Harris Marjorie Hunsinger FRESHMEN PLEDGES Martha Gayle Lillian Henderson Mary M. Henderson Dorothy Lewis Sally Linderg Ann Meacham Betty McClaney Nancy B. Robertson . . 124 Hazel Weakley Edith Weisenberger Patty Cliff Lane Marie Louise McCown Lelia Nichols Peggy Johnston Marion Krauss Pat McCarty Mary Guttenberger Peak Martha Ringo Elaine Swift Doris Smith Mary M. Reibold Sophie Rhodes Billie Mac Stagg Carol Mac Staton Anne D. Smith Mary C. Smith Mary Louise Sympson Elizabeth A. Thomas First row Weakley Hunsinger' Bohannon Welsenberger Glbson Conant Koppius Second row Daniel Krauss McCown Nichols Hord Taylor Darnaby Third row A. Elliot Harris Lane Kirkpatrick Weathers Cox Coons Bailey Fourth. row McCarty Peak A. Eyer J. Eyer Clardy Johnston Richards Ringo Fifth row Stagg Denman Bandy Swift J. Elliott Bowers Churchill D. Smith Sixth row Lewis McLaney Earnest Relbold Lindberg Rhodes Sympson Henderson Seventh row Elmore Carey G. Gayle A. Smith Robertson M. Gayle Slaton M. Smith Thomas K". 702-T fvT"' 'fo 'F . f -7, I-..- LAMBDA ALPHA CHAPTER - ' rr-. H r "' .xx at ' I -l ...I . 125 elta elta elta Delta Delta Delta was founded at Boston University in 1888 and now has eighty-nine chapters. Delta Rho was installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1923. Sorority colors are silver, gold and blueg the pansy is their flower and the "Trident" is the national publication. Lois Duncan Dean Jane Haselden Tansy Barnhill Virginia Cantrill Minkie Clarke Nell Dorsey Anne Ellis Virginia Baskett Betty Carroll Frances Crawford Janet Edwards Margaret Erskine Leslie Bruce Marybelle Calvert Cornelia Dozier Helen Barnes Betty Broaddus Marie Cottingham Frances Draffm Elizabeth Dorsey Mildred Hatchett Frances Keller OFFICERS VIRGINIA ELXZABETH WESLEY . President MARGARET ERSKINE . . Vice-President BILLYE JEAN JONES . Secretary VIRGINXA BASKETT . Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY Sara Ann Hall Ann Gwyn SENIORS Marian Johnson Billye Jean Jones Mary Jean McElroy . Betty Ann Poindexter JUNIORS Emily Jones Jane Land Lucy Meyer Margery Schwartz Nancy Shropshire SOPHOMORES Caroline Gilson Anne Holland Marie Jones Mary Jones PLEDGES Jo Ann Kloecker Edna Land Bernice Lewis Betty Miller Jane Miller Billy Morris 126 Jean Elliott Kitty Conroy Helen Rainer Mary Shaw Charlotte Terry Alice Watkins Virginia Wesley Betty Simpson Ann Stephenson Corrine Wade Barbara Walton Georgianna Young Patti Gay Latta Polly McCulloch Frances Street Virginia'Rainer Betty Shelley Anne Shouse Elizabeth Street Ann Walton Marijean Weinstrup Jane Wigginton First row Cantrill Erskine Bassett Wesley Schwartz McElroy Shaw Polndexter Second row Crawford Stephens N. Dorsey Young Terry Clarke Barnhlll Simpson Third row H. Rayner Ellis Watkins Walton Wade Carroll Shropshire V. Rayner Fourth row Land Whitehouse Meyers McCulloch Barnes Jones Edwards Morris Fifth row M. Jones Mary Jones Land Dozier Wlggington Gilson Wenstrup E. Jones Sixth row Lewis Broaddus Shouse Kloecker Hatehett Holland Street Calvert SSDCHUL T010 Douglass Walton Cottlngham Shelley J. Miller E. Dorsey E. Miller Keller DELTA RHO CHAPTER 127 appa elta Kappa Delta was founded at Virginia State Teachers College in 1895 and now has fifty- Five chapters. Epsilon Omega was installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1910. Sorority colors are olive green and whiteg the white rose is their flower and the "Angelos' is the national publication. Frances Bach Faye Maggarcl Sara Lee Mock Ruth Bradford Jean Galloway Carolyn Hill J une Hubbard Ann Preston Abbett Lillian Bertram Betty Ann Brauer Joyce Cason Kate Coil Ann Congleton Geraldine Dugan Lillian Finley Betty Jane Foil Geraldine Gooch Ruth Ann Grannis OFFICERS SARA LEE MOCK . . . President HELEN MILMAN Vice-President JEAN WHALEY . . Secretary LILLIAN BERTRAM . Treasurer MEMBER IN FACULTY Anita Gardner SENIORS Norma Niswonger Patricia Rimmer JUNIORS Fritzie Liebel Marie Louise Munroe Ellen O'Bannon SOPHOMORES Elizabeth Ann Deal Claudine Gibson Jackie Johnson Helen Milman PLEDGES Myra Lee Howard Frances Jenkins Virginia Louise Kennedy Mary Saunders Barbara Smedley Jean Whaley J une Scott Delores Shifiiet Evelyn Thompson Eloise Williams Ivolou Ross Grace Wilmott Emily Young Beth McCullough Mary McDonald Mitzie McGraw Martha Linney Martha Jane Phipps Laura Jean Lore Martha Mann Mary Margaret Marks Ann McBrayer 128 Emily Ploch Doris Pollitt Kay Southworth Emogene Stokes First row O'B'mx:on Smcdlcy Bradford Mock Maggnrd Bach Niswongor Second T010 Bertram Scott Hill Howard Thompson Johnson Rlmmcr Third row McCullough Abbott Llebcl Cnson Phipps Galloway Milnmn Fourth row Willmott McB1'nye1' Lorc Gibson Bmucr Linney Mzrrlcs Fifth row McGraw Hubbard Jenkins Deal Munrow Plock Gooch Sixth row Saunders Ward Young Southworth Congleton Dugan Kennedy Seventh row Ross Whaley Bode Coil Williams McDonald Foil is S , wb ' 49 . EPSILON OMEGA CHAPTER 129 Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded at Monmouth College in 1870. Beta Chi Chapter, one of the 75 in American colleges and universities, was installed on the campus in 1910. Mary Mumford and Ann Wilson are members among the faculty. Light blue and dark blue are the colorsg fleur-de-lis is the fiowerg "The Key" is the publication. OFFICERS SARA EWING .... President ROBERTA PARKER Vice-President SUSAN HART . . Secretary BETSY Ross . Treasurer SENIORS Algernon Dickson Betty Garr Martha McCauley Sara Frances Edmonds Susan Hart Roberta Parker Sara Ewing Betsy Ross JUNIORS Frances Bell Martha Davis Elizabeth Dosker Ethel Blanton Ruth Dimock Martha Gregory Julie Landrum Ellen Marshall Ann Bowman Mary Brittain Pat Clements Lib Crapster Kitty Crapster Betty B. Fulton Mary Jane Gallaher Ann Carter Felts Frances Field Marjorie Freeman SOPHOMORES Laura Oldham Brewster Phelps Caroline Rodes Sara Rodes PLEDGES Lyde Gooding Joanne Gorham Sara Louise Milward Georgianne Moss Betty Ruby Alice Spencer Betsy Banks Stevenson Ann Webb Margaret Julia Wharton Niesje Wilder Ruth E. Schroeder Sallie Spears Sarah Hall Mary Ann Stanard Lucy Hawkins Mary Marrs Swinebroad Dorcas Hollingsworth Brownell Talbert Julia Ann Maier Tillie Talbert Ann Oldham Polly Van Buren Mary Virginia Rogers 130 First row Ewing Dickson Pnrker Ross Gnrr McCauley Hart SCCO7l.d T010 Freeman Blanton Fclts C. Rhodes Dnvis Landrum Phelps Third row Webb Dosker Moss Dlmock Bell Mllwnrd Marslmll Edmonds Fourth row McCauley Stnnnrd Stevenson S. Rhodes Spencer K. Crnpstcr L. Crnpster Wharton Fifth row Hall Rogers Locke Gallnher Tzmlbcrt Vnn Buren Board Spears Sirrih row Brinmln Swlnebrond Fulton Maier Bowman Gooding Clements B. Tnlbert Seventh rozv Wade M. Jones Oldham Kenyon Gorham Hollingsworth Schrader Hawkins ,," Q., 5 'P .W , . .f -4, "', 'A' TOGO, Q ,L 965 Lf, M. BETA CHI CHAPTER ,WT""'1" , M. 5: Q .nal .Xl it! fs .831 vw Y no I PR' ll' 131 lx i eta- an Alpha Zeta Tau Alpha was founded at Virginia State Normal College in 1898. Alpha Chi, one of 79 chapters, was installed on the University campus in 1924. Blue and gray are the sorority colorsg white violet is the flowery and "Themis" IS the quarterly magazine. OFFICERS VIRGINIA LONG ..... President ELSIE MARCH . Vice-President ELIZABETH WARNER . . Secretary VIRGINIA ALLEN Treasurer SENIORS Virginia Allen Florence Brown Mary Helen Daley Ruth Marie Baker Mary Patricia Cottrell Bette Anne Bohn Mary Lavonne Craig Mary Gifford Catherine Goman Nancy Randolph Hood I Virginia Long Elsie March J UNIORS Evelyn Johnson SOPHOMORES Mildred Moore FRESHMEN Jeannette Reynolds PLEDGES Dortha Harlow Jeanne Johnson Hannah McCollom Roberta Ratchford Elizabeth Warner Marjorie Wilson Ann Wallace Reeda Von Allmen Ruth Warren Louise Scholl Carolyn Sherman Jayne Thompson Dorothy Titsworth - 132 First row Wilson March Warner Allen Long Second row Warren Wallace Craig Brown Hood Third row Daley Moore Baker VonAllmen Gifford Fourth row Bohn Klovstad Reynolds Harlow Thompson Fifth row Ratchford Cottrell Goman Johnson McCollum ALPHA CHI CHAPTER 133 STUDENT MEMBERS an ellenic PURPOSE The Woman's Pan-Hellenic Association is composed of two representatives of each social sorority on the campus. Its purpose is to foster co-operation and observance of social rules and to encourage scholarship and good-will among sorority women. FACULTY ADVISER Jane Haselden OFFICERS SARA Ewmo . . . . . ELoxsE BENNETT . EDITH WEISENBERGER SARA LEE MOCK Patsy Horkan Alpha Delta Pi Bettye McClanahan Alpha Delta Pi Eloise Bennett Alpha Gamma Delta Esther Nevitt Alpha Gamma Delta Betty Fraysure Alpha Xi Delta Margaret Stokes Alpha Xi Delta Betty Clardy Chi Omega Edith Weisenberger Chi Omega Virginia Cantrill Delta Delta Delta Virginia Wesley Delta Delta Delta Sara Lee Mock Kappa Delta . . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Evelyn Thompson Kappa Delta Sara Ewing Kappa Kappa Gamma Sara Louise Milward Kappa Kappa Gamma Marjory Wilson Zeta Tau Alpha Reeda Von Allmen Zeta Tau Alpha Top row-Ewing, Mllward, Weisenberger, Clardy, Wilson, Von Allmen, Wesley. Gilson Bottom row-Fraysure, Stokes, McC1anahan, Horkan, Bennett, Nevitt, Thompson, Mock 134 elta Tau elta Delta Tau Delta was founded at Bethany College in 1856. Delta Epsilon, one of the 76 chapters in American colleges and universities, was installed in 1924. Purple, white andlgold are the fraternity's colorsg iris is the Hower, and "The Rainbow" is the national publication. Alumni on the faculty include Dean C. R. Melcher, R. H. Hawkins, R. D. Miller and Edward Johnson. OFFICERS J ACK MCNEAL . . . Past President CARLISLE MYERS . . Past Vice-President HARRISON DIXON . . Secretary ROBERTSON KAGIN . . Treasurer MEMBERS Harrison Dixon Carlisle Meyers James Satterfield Edward Landers Tom Mosely R Richard Stofer Jack McNeal John Robbins John Sutteriield 135 Kappa Sigma Kappa,Sigma was founded at the University of Virginia in 1869. Beta Nu, one of the 111 chapters, was installed at the University in 1901. Scarlet, green and white are the fraternity colorsg lily of the valley is the flower, and "The Cauduecus" is the national publication. Alumni in the faculty a re Dr. L. L. Dantzler and Dr. W. D. Funkhouser. OFFICERS JACK HILL .... President RUSSELL E. WHITE . . Vice-President DAVID MCCORD P1-IELPS III . . Secretary LON L. KEITH . . . Treasurer , SENIORS JUNIORS I Forrest M. Skaggs J ack Hill Russell E. White David McCord Phelps III Alex Lentz SOPHOMORES J oe Gardner Lon L. Keith PLEDGE Reginald S. Bowen 1Qf'Q P a nr- f . lru. 0 ' e- if I 1 SMQ61- IN - I.-nk 3- At". Q .Qu 1 Keith, Gardner, White, Hill, Skaggs, Phelps 136 Top row-J. A. Beazely, W. R. Embry, J. C. Doyle, C. Hoge Bottom row-L. Harris, D. L. Meade, L. R. Ingels, M. Cawein hi Elia eta f . 1. .1 1-'bf Q,1,.,'f,!51f,'1,' EM 1 " Phi Delta Theta was founded at Miami University ini 1848. Kentucky Epsilon Chapter was installed on the campus in 1901. There are 108 chapters in American colleges and uni- versities. The fraternity colors are azure and argentg the flower is white carnation, and "Scroll and Palladium" is the publication. Alumni among members is John L. Davis. OFFICERS J AY C. DOYLE . . . President WILLIAM EMBRY Vice-President JOHN L. DAVIS . . Treasurer ' 137 hi Kappa Tall Phi Kappa Tau was founded at Miami University in 1906 and now has 46 chapters. The Kappa chapter was installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1920. FACULTY ADVISERS Dr. O. T. Koppius Prof. J. E. Freeman Prof. Roy Moreland MEMBERS James A. Caywood John J. David Ratcliff C. Rogers William C. Caywood Earl M. Evans Floyd Waddell Joseph Fothergill Rogers, Evans, J. Caywood, David, W. Cnywood 138 Top row-Hughes, Hatchett, Cowglll, R.. Jones, Webb, Wade Middle row--Bell, Kessinger, Gillem, Jones, Riddle, Saunders Bottom row-White, Triplett. Rodes, Peak, Dudley, Hall Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the University of Alabama in 1856. Kentucky Ep- silon Chapter was installed on the campus in 1900 and is one of the 118 chapters in American colleges and universities. C. C. Jett is the faculty adviser and Thompson Bryant, E. S. Good, Col. Gerald Griflin, Paul McBrayer, Joy Turner, Bruce Poundstone, and Don Irvine are other members among the faculty. Purple and gold are the fraternity colorsg the violet is the flowery "The Record," "Phi Alpha," and "News Letter" are the publications. MEMBERS Tommy Bell Joe B. Hall Everitt Penick Paul W. Triplett George E. Dudley Ellis jones Charles D. Rhodes William A. Wade Robert M. Gillim George E. Kelley J. Craig Riddle Richard S. Webb Ben Kessinger Bart N. Peak James H. Saunders Arthur C. White PLEDGES Ben Cowgill Bob Hatchett Harry Hughes 139 Top row-Abell, Clarke, McMurray, Adams, Greenwell, Maynor Middle row-Gullett, Lycan, Patrick, Hurt, Bryson, Ballard Bottom row-Wells, Christ, McPherson, Jackson, Kirchner, Bright, Kuhn Sigma hi psilon Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded at the University of Richmond in 1901 and now has sev- enty-three chapters. The Kentucky Alpha chapter was installed on the University of Ken- tucky campus in 1933 with royal purple and blood red as its colors. The fratemity flowers are the American Beauty rose and the purple violet, and its publication is the "Sigma Phi 'Epsilon Journal. Zeke Shaver james E. Abell Charles E. Greenwell Hal Maynor, J r. Comell C. Clarke Charles E. Gullett Norman F. Hurt Richard T. Jackson OFFICERS MEMBERS IN FACULTY B. E. Brewer MEMBERS Virgil Adams, Jr. Joseph W. Ballard J ames C. Bright Frank A. Bryson PLEDGES George W. Kirchner Charles W. Kuhn Donald C. Lycan 140 EDMUND GREENWELL . . President HAL MAYNOR . . . Vice-President JAMES E. ABELL . . Secretary-Treasurer Thomas Boyd David R. Cassel Karl A. Christ Joseph W. Rapier Gene B. McMurray Aubrey McPherson, Jr Charles M. Patrick Clinton Wells MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS ousemothers A. M. HALE Jox-IN HAGAN WILL HUGHES . FANNIEBELLE Boc1E . HARRY LEE . L. M. HANCOCK . WALKER REID ELLEENE GLOVER MRS. SARAH JouE'rT MRS. LILLIAN CALDWELL MRS SARAH ANNE HALL MRS MARY HAWKINS MRS. J. M. COLLIER MRS. ROBERT HENRY MRS. BALLARD LUxoN MRS HILL SPAULDING MRS M. C. MORGAN SORORITIES H RESIDENCE HOUSES 141 . Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Gamma Delta . Alpha Xi Delta . Chi Omega Delta Delta Delta . Kappa Delta Kappa Kappa Gamma . Zeta Tau Alpha Hamilton House . Shelby House Lydia Brown House Patterson Annex Phi Delta Theta . Kappa Sigma Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Sigma Chi Sigma Nu i - Shively, Clarke, Stern eauties This year, because there were fewer women enrolled in the University, the number of at- tendants to the Beauty Queen of the 1944 Kentuckian was diminished. The three local judges, Lieut. Scully of the Marines, Lieut. Cj.g.J Fobes of the Navy, and Lieut. Erickson of the Army, found such difliculty in selecting four candidates for the Queen that honorable mention was given to three women-Penny Shively, Alpha Xi Deltag Minkie Clarke, Delta Delta Delta, and Adalin Stern, Independent. After the traditional contest in Memorial Hall, photographs of the candidates were sent to John Robert Powers of the Powers Model Agency. In the letter Mr. Powers sent to the Kentuckian he stated: "It was a great pleasure to judge your Beauty Queen and her attendants for the 1944 Kentuckian. The photographs of the candidates which you submitted were all exceedingly attractive, and I found it difficult to choose a winner. My choice was based on apparent alertness, intelligence, and innate charm-as well as for features and the contours of the faces. My interest in and admiration for the natural girl has, of course, been the main criterion in judging this contest. N 144 .te'9"?1-. Lyde Gooding ATTENDANT - 1 4 Lucy Meyer ATTENDANT Per onalities "",x , .. , , A 1 Left: Dick Storey checks up on "things" KN gr . . . Below, left: Anita Roos directs-and ' there, we have music! . . . Below, right: Bernice Browning quite busy and SEW- 'XJ 3, e forth! ,qw ' ' .f A 5 Above, left: Phil Sutterfield chats with Dr. Plummer after class . . . Right: Betty Ann Gmnochio, the voice of the radio stu- dios . . . Inset: Johnny Sutterfleld, with grin and camera. 149 f I Around Mickl Bognn looks cheerful, even getting up for an eight o'clock . . - Janet Edwards, Huguette Balzola. Bernice Browning, Ray Turrel, and Patsy Horkun diligently take class notes . . . Lunch at Jewell Hall nnds Mnryan Vogt and Jackie Wledeberg serving themselves in dorm wartime style . . . June Hub- bard discusses a problem with Dean Holmes . . . Marian Yates and Helen Mayhew, proving that grill- Ology iS still rt popular course . . . The happy looks on the faces of Penny Shlvely, Laura Blake, Betsy vxlqi the Clock Blevlns, and Jean Runyon prove that classes are over . . . Ida Ban- non trles her skill at archery . . . Rose Streetfs fudge cakes are en- joyed by June Scott. Helen Mllman, Mitzi McGraw, and Beth McCullough . . . Y meeting at the Union draws a large crowd . . . Virginia Long ponders over a letter to that irre- sistible sailor . . . Ann Eyer gets ready for a date-after all, there are still Some men here! . . . Bob Whitley and Agnes Fenimore say I1 fond good night. I' f.' ', -' P? l ,K 1 m I . 6 'iw ' .T + I .YM lfyu 14 Left to right: Betty Bohnnnon at the linotype in the Kernel composing room . . . SGA Prexy Vince Spag- nuolo checks over his records . . . SuKy's Jimmy Hurt and Bill Ndckell explain n problem to 11 friend . . . Betty Warner and Elsie March drag the bodies to class . . . Edith Weisenberger and some campus GI Joes give their attention to the coke machine . . . Preparing 11 Kentueklnn requires nrt work, and so Peggy Hartman works away . . . Eloise Bennett spends some spare moments with a good book . . . The mad rush in the campus postolliee, and Carolyn Spicer finds the effort worthwhile . . . Soldiers and co-eds meet at the Union . . . A familiar scene in these all-but-mnnless days: 9. pause for food and drink in the Union grill. er onalities 41 ersonalities I I I I l 1 4 I 1 1 l J l Q7-z I 1 -I f , n 1, ive.. 1 Top: Ben Workman and Tom Moseley in the Union game room . . . Left to right: Kappa Sara Ewing and sisters try some new platters . . . Helen Harrison makes EJ. purchase from Jimmy Morris ln the Campus Book Store . . . A familiar Library scene-just before exams . . . Nurses' Aides volunteers, including Pat Gable, Patsy Horkan, and Betty Garr . . . A few minutes of bridge at the Union . . . John Sutterfleld rides the cannon with James Borders. 153 Arm J b Left to right: R.O.T.C. men have Inspection of arms. . . Close order drill for the ASTP . . . Chow the Union . . . Hup-two-three-four . . . A.S.T.P.-R1O.T.C. men at study tthis is'a posed picturen . on the job . . . And so to class. , line at . CE's A Abbett, Ann .................. Abell, James Edward ...,. Adams, James Henry ..,...,. 129 140 . ..... 32, Board, Frances ...........,...........,....,..,,.,... 131 Comer, Pauline .,...e. ..,.,.,,..... 1 4 Bode, Mary Lee Brockman ..,..... 12, 129 Conant, Edith ....,. .,.. 3 8, 125 Began, Mlchaelene Jean ......., 12, 78, 123 Congleton, Ann ....,.. ...,....... 1 29 Bogan, Sarah Smith ........,,..,..,,..,.. 37, 121 Conrad, Russell ................. ........ 6 1, 112 Bohannon, Betty .........,.... 12 76, 91, 125 Coons, Dorothy Lyons ...,., .....,,.... 1 25 Bohn, Bette Anne ,..r...........,.,.............. 133 Cottlngham, Marle ,,,.... ....,,. 3 8, 127 Boles, Helen June ..,..............., ....... 1 21 Cottrell, Patrlcla ....l........ ...,...... 1 33 Bostetter, Charlotte Mary ...... .,....... 1 2 Cowgill, Benjamin Lee ...... ....... 1 39 Bowers, Janice ........,..,...,.......... ......, 1 25 COX, Mary Jane ................. ..,..... 1 25 Bowman, Mary Ann ,,..,,,,.,,. ,..,... l. 31 Crabb, Jean Shirley ...,..., ...., 6 9, 99 Boyd, Sarah Ruth ,.............................,... 37 Craig, Mary Lavcnne ............ ....... 1 33 Bradford, Helen Margaret ...... 12, 73, 86 Crapster. Elizabeth ........,......,.,.. ,....,, 1 31 Bradford, Ruth Thompson .....,.... 37 Brauer, Betty Ann ........ ....... . . 72, 90 , 129 , 129 Crapster, Katherine Nelson ........,..... Crawford, Frances Lllllan ............ 15, Adams, Nancy Jane ...,.. ...,.., 8 9, 90 Adams, Vlrgll, Jr. ................ ...... 1 40 Akers, Plc. Dee Ashley ....... ,.... 3 2 Akers, Joan .............,..,... ,.... 3 5 Allen, Anna Mae ....., ,....... 1 1 Allen, Betty Ann ,...... ......... 1 19 Allen, Martha Jane ..,... ..... 3 5, 123 Allen, Rozella .,............. ............ 3 5 Allen, Virginia .,,...... ..... 1 1, 133 Allison, I-Iarrlette .............. ......,,.... 3 5 Alllson, Ruby Whitney .,,..., ........ 3 5 Ammerman, Eloise ........,... ........ 1 1 Amos, Betty Anne ................ ,..... 1 21 Anderson, Alice Kathryn .,........ ........ 1 1 Anderson, Grlifln Slmpson ...... ..,... 1 12 Anthony, Ruth .....,................... ........... 6 9 Arnold, Helen Raymond ..........., 69, 121 Aullck, Bernadlne ................. ......,. 1 1, 90 B Bach, Frances .............. ..........,.. 1 1, 129 Bach, Mary Eleanor ....., ...... 3 5, 79, 123 Bailey, Anna Mae ............. ...... 3 5, 125 Balley, Anne Somers ....... .,..,. 3 5, 121 Baker, Esther May ......,. ,..............,... 1 1 Baker, June ...........,.,,.,,,..,......,... 67, 69, 79 Baker, Mer135, 61, 67, 75, 79, 80, 79, 112 Baker, Ruth Marle .............,...,..,........... 133 Ball, Ruth Andry .............. ........ 8 7 Ballard, Joseph Wllfred ..... ............. 1 40 Ballard, Roy Lee ............... ......... 3 5, 112 Balzola, Huguette ........... .,,,.... 3 6, 60, 69 Bandy, Jane Louise ....... .........,... 1 25 Bannon, Ida May .......... ......,.. 3 6, 123 Barnes, C. Edwin ......,.....,.,..... 32, 75, 106 Barnes, Helen Marjorie ..,,.,..,.,,,......... 127 Barnes, Jack A. ................. ........ 3 6, 97 Barnhlll, Lella Frances Barton, William R. .... 36, 61, 73, 76, 79 Baskett, Virginia Stuart ...,.... 36, 60, 127 Bean, Marle ........................ .............,.... 3 6 Beaton, Austell ,.,., ,..... ,... ............... 1 1 Beazley, James Allen ..............,...... ,.... 1 37 Bedenbaugh, Jacob Asbury ............,,.... 88 Crawford, Mary Elizabeth ..,,. Brewer, Marlon Barbara .....,.....,.......... 37 Bridgeman, Irene ......,..,,...... Creeck, Rosalie ..................... Cummins, Marjorie N. ..... . 37 140 Bright, James Calloway ......., ........... Brlttain, Mary Burnam ....,,,,.. ,..... 3 7, Broaddus, Elizabeth Bland ...,.....,.,.... Cundlff, Gerald ............. 131 127 Bederman, Cella .. ........ 12, 59, 65, 74, 91 Bell, Frances Vaiden ...,..,....,........ 38, 131 Bell, Tommy .........................................,.. 139 Benavldes, Marla del Carmen . ........,. 36 Bennett, Eleanor Ann ....,..,,,,,.,.,,,,,,..,,, 121 Bennett, Elizabeth Eloise 12, 60, 72, 121, 134 Benton, Allce Louise ............,,,..,,,..., 12, 60 Bernard, Vlrglnla Dare ...., ....,,,,,... 8 6 Bertram, Helen ................... ....., 3 7, 119 Bertram, Lillian ....................... ,..,,,.,,. 1 29 Blggerstafl, Anne Kathryn ...... .,,..... 6 7 Bird, Nancy Lee ...................................... 12 Blrk, Betty Lee ,...,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 69 Blake. Laura Jeane .............. 36, 100, 123 Blankenship, Lorene W, ,,,,,.,,,,.,.,,, 36, 84 Blanton, Ethel .................... ..,,,,,,,, 1 31 Blevins, Betsy Lou ....,.., ...... 3 7, 123 131 127 38, 86 15 15 Brooks, Barbara Jean ......... .....,.....,.. 1 19 D Brown, Florence ................ ....... 1 3, 133 Dale, Buns .,,.---,--,,-,-,-,,,--- ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 19 Brown, Grace ------'---------------+- ------ 1 3, 123 Daley, Mary Helen ,,,... ,,,,,l, 3 6, 133 Brown, Lucille Eldridge ........ ..... 1 3, 63 Daniel, Frances Ann ---,,-- ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 25 Brown, Matilda Katherine .................... 86 Darnsby, Jane ,--,,,,-.,-,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 25 Browne, Ella Watson ..l.....,. ....... 1 3, 121 David, John ,joseph -'-,-- -,,,V,,, 3 2, 133 Bryant, Ann Hilton ..............................r. 13 Davis, Helen F, ---,--,,-,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 9 Bryson- Frank Andrew ------4--4-4------------ 140 Davis, Martha Evans ...... .........,. 3 9, 131 Buchanan, Mildred I. ...... 13, 67, 86, 100 Davis, Mary Lyman -,--, ,,---- 7 5, 79, 93 BUSH- Sterling -------.-------4-------s----------"------ 13 Deal, Elizabeth Anne ...... ....... 3 9, 129 Bureau' Jeenne -------------- ------ 5 9, 90. 123 Dean, Alice Louise ...,... ..... 6 9, '70 Burke, Dewltt Oatley ..... ................. 1 12 Dsggssh, Helen ,--,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,- ,,,,,,, 1 21 Barrier, Marv -------------A -----' 1 3' 123 Dempsey, Nancy Jane .,.,.... ........ 1 19 Burrls, Charleen ........ ............ 3 7 Denman, Adele ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 25 Denny, Jane Lynn ....... ...... 1 5 C Denues, Dorothy ............. .,...,.l. 3 9 Calvert, Mal-ybelle ,,................ 69, 73, 127 Dickens. Lillian Irene .....--- --.....------ 8 6 Canada, Wilma Jeanne ................ 69, 119 Dickson. Al8el'n0n ------.,- --.---- 1 5. 131 Cantrell, Ann Elizabeth .....,.. 13, 79, 123 Dlmock, Ruth Mudge ------ ----------- 1 31 Cantrlll, Vlrglnla Aswell ..,. 14, 127, 136 DOTSBY, Elizabeth ------- ,,----- 3 9- 127 Carey, Mary Elizabeth ...r.................... 125 D0rSey. M8-ry Jane ----------- -------"---- 9 9 Carnes, Mabel ...,............. ..,.... a 1, 123 Dorsey. Nell ...............--.-...----- ...---, 1 5. 127 Carnes, Mildred ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 3, 123 Dosker, Elizabeth Veech .......,,..,,. 39, 131 Cart, Gene ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 9 Douglass, Marlon Lee ........ ........... 1 27 Caggm, Joyce ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 29 Dozler, Cornelia ...........,......,,,...... .,,,.... 1 27 Caweln, Madison ........ ........,. 1 37 Dudley, George ------------,w--------,-----A--------- 139 Cgywggd, James A, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 14, 138 Dudley, Pic. George Ellsworth ..,, 32, 71 Caywood, William Capron Dugan, Geraldine ,----------------.--------'------- 129 az, '11, 95, 91, 106, 138 Dunn. Mildred ....-------,-,,---.,,-,..---- -,---- 8 6 Centers, Rlchard Truman .................... 14 Dllnnagan, Delphia GFHY 'e--f ------'4 1 19 cheek, Elbert A. .....................,,........,.,.... 32 Dusina. Louis ---.--------A---e'e-,,. .-.-- 3 2 Cherry, Myra Nell ........... .......,........ 3 8 cnrlsmdn, Dons Rose .......,....,,.,,.,....,.. 14 E Chrlsman, Norman A., Jr. .... 38, 61, 112 Earle, Ann E, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , 15 Christ, Karl Anthony .......................... 140 Earls, Thgmas E, ,,,,, , ,,,,,, 39, 94 Churchill, Katherine Campbell ........ 125 Earnest, Ruth Ann ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 9, 119 Clardy, Betty Florence ........ 72, 125, 136 Ewen, susan ,,,,,,,,,--,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A ,,,, 3 9, 121 Clarke- Cofnen C- --------------------'-------'-5- 140 Edmonds, sarah Frances .......l.,,. 15, 131 Clarke' Mmm ----- ------------- l 4' 127 Edwards, Janet .r............,,...,.,.. ao, 76, 127 gi:":s0"'N?lK'a '-""' 38' 932, 13 Elkln, Lloyd Martin ..... ........,....,,., 9 4 Y on' 0 y """""""""' """" ' Elllott, Anne Clair .,..... ........ 1 25 Clements, Pat ........................ ....... 1 31 Cockrell, Martha Gayle ........ ...... 1 4 Elliott' Jane """""""""' """"""" 1 25 Coffman, Evelyn --.',-.,------, ,---,---. 1 4 Ellis, Anne Bennett ............. ........ 1 2. 127 Con, Kate ,--- ,-----..-------.--.- Dnhllll 1 2 9 Elmore, Nancy Corlne ...,..,.,,,,... ,,,.,.,. l 25 Cole' Mary Mavis --,----,----- -v--,-,-- 1 4 Embry, William Russell, Jr. ..,,,...,..,,, 137 Colllns, Janet Ewlng ....... .......... 1 23 Enlle- Mary Lee ------------'-'-'----e-------- 39, 121 Combs, Cleon Kllmer ...... ....... 1 4, 106 Enlow, D0l'iS --------- 15. 84. 37 Pe sonal ndex Per onal Index Erickson, Lt. Arthur A., Jr. ............. . 108 125 Ernst, Betty .........................Y.Y...... Erskine, Margaret .......... ..... 4 0, 73, 127 Eubank, Ruth Louise ......,,......,. 15, 60, 75 Evans, Earl Milton, Jr. ..,. 16, B0, 95, 138 Greene, Evelyn Ruth ...,.................... 67, 86 Greenwell, Charles Edmund .........,.,.. 140 Hunslnger, Marjorie .... .................. 4 3, 125 Ewbank, Mary Katherine ..................,. 87 Ewlng, Sara Ellzabeth ,... 16, 59, 131, 136 Eyer, Ann ..........,,.......... .,.......,.............. l 25 Eyer, Jane ....,.. ....... ....... 1 2 5 F Farles, Martha Lou ...... ................, 1 19 Faulkner, Elizabeth ...,.. ......,,...... 4 0, 60 Felts, Ann Carter ....... ....... 4 0, 100, 131 Fielder, Alex .................... ..............,.... 1 6 Fields, Marca Jeanne ....... ,,..., 1 6, 121 Flscher,.Billle ...........,.........,.........,........,.,. 79 Flelshman, Betty Lee 60, 69, 70, 90, 99 Foil, Betty Jane .,..,.................,,.............. 129 Foley, Anne Frances ......,..................,,... 40 Foley, Julia Elizabeth ....,. ...... 1 21 Foley, Lula Jeane ......... ....,............. 1 6 Frank, Emily .........,........,....................... 123 Fraysure. Betty Harris ........ 40, 123, 136 Freed, Phyllis ,..,.......,,.,............................. 40 Freeman, Alice Evelyn ..,................. 69, 90 Gregory, Ernest Ralph ....,........,......,.., 17 Grltrlth, Mrs. Edna M. ....,..,.... 17, 84, 88 Gudgell, Thelma Jane ......,. ...........,.... 8 6 Gullett, Charles Eugene ...................... 140 Gumm, Mabel Claire ...,....,,..... ,..., 1 7, 100 Guttenberger, Mary Kimbrough ...... 125 H Hadden, Newell P., Jr. ...,. ............ 4 1 Hagan, Kathleen ........... ...... 1 7. 100 Hale, Mrs. A. M. ........... ........... 1 19 Hall, Jo .............,,.................. ......, 1 39 Hall, Pfc. Joe Burgess ..,,,.. ......... 3 3 Hall, Sarah ....,.,.....................,... ,..,..,.., 1 31 Hamblett, Amenda Edwlna ........ 41, 119 Hannah, Mlldred Ann ........... 17, 79 Hardln, Catherine Lucllle ............. , 42, 67 Harlow, Dartha .........,.............. ....... 1 33 Harned, Myrtle Louise ....... ...... 1 6, 60 Harris, Mary Edna ....... .....,.... 4 2, 125 Harrls, Myra ......................,....... 17, 84, 87 Harris, Thomas Wrlght ...................... 137 Harrison, Helen Loulse 17, 60, 65, 88, 99 Hart, 51159.11 Pounstord ........ . ...... . Freeman, Marjorie ............,... 40, 100, 131 Friedman, Esther .,.... .........,........... 1 6 Frye, Anne ..................... ..,.., 4 o, 34, 123 Fulton, Betty Brook ...... ................. 1 31 G Gable, Patricia Lee .,.... ......... 4 0 Gallaher, Mary Jane ,...... .......... 1 31 Galloway, Jean ............... ...... 4 0, 129 Gard, Oliver William ....... ........ 3 2, 97 Gardner, Joe .........,....... ...... 1 36 Garnett, Tom ....,. ........... 4 1 Garr, Elisabeth ..... ...... 1 6, 131 Garrison, Anne ...............,........,.,. .....,,, 4 1 Garrison, Florida Ridgeway .............. 16 Garst, Ann .,....,.,,....................,...,,............ 70 Gayle. Garnett Eva ....... ,,,... 4 1, 125 Gayle, Martha ....,.......,.,..... .......... 1 25 Gerrish, Richard E., Jr. ...................... 32 Gibson, Claudine .... 60, 69, 70, 90, 99, 100 Gibson, Mary Varnon .................... 16, 125 Gilford, Dorothy ...........,.... .......... 1 23 Gifford, Mary Elizabeth ..... .......,..... 1 33 Gillespie, Ann Mallory ....,... ...... 1 6, 121 Gilson, Carolyn Frances .................,,. 127 Ginocchio. Betty Anne ............,. 100, 121 Glascock, Josephine ................ 41, 79, 119 Glasscock, Hazel ...........,... ..,........... 8 7 Glover, Mrs. Ellene .............. ............. 1 33 Goggln, Elizabeth Frazcc ........ . ............ 86 Goman, Catherine C. .....,........ 75, 79, 133 Gooch, Geraldine .......,.,. ................ 1 29 Gooch, Margaret .... .............,.... 4 1 Gooding, Lyde ...,.... ....... 1 31, 146 Goodwin, Sarah ...... . . .............. 41 Gorham, Joann .................. ,,........... 1 31 Gormley, William T., Jr. ..,.......,...,,.,..., 94 Graddy, Priscilla ...................... 41, 84, 100 Gravenkemper, Sonya Sophia Loulsa..41 17, 131 Hatcher, Wm. Dayton, Jr. ............ 42, 97 Hatchett, Mildred ....,............... ....... 1 27 Hatchett, Robert ........ ......... 8 2 Hatter. Margaret ....... .......... 1 21 Hawkins, Lucy Ann .......... ....... 7 6, 131 Haynes, Betty ............................ ....... l 21 Haynes Virginia Priest ........ ...... 1 8 Heaton Edyth Boyd .......... ......... 1 8 Heaton, Lillian Pearl ....... ...- 18 Hellard, Dorothy Marie .....,.. ...... 4 2 Helsel, Janet ..................... ..... 4 2 Helton, Marietta ......... ....... 1 21 Henderson, Lillian ............... .......... I2 5 Hendrickson, Winston ........... ..... 4 2, 73 Hendry, Louise Elizabeth Hensley, Eva Carolyn ........ 42 Hickman, Elizabeth .......................... 18, 87 Hill, Carolyn Rhodes ..,.....,...., 42, 99, 129 Hlll, Dorothy Combs ,....... .........., 1 B, 100 Hill, John P., Jr. ....,... ...... 4 2, 136 Hill, Vlrglnla Ann ........ ............ 4 3 Hines, Elizabeth Ann .,.... ...... 1 21 Hoge, Charles .................. .............. 1 37 Hogg, Elizabeth Ann ........ ....... 1 B, 123 Holland, Amanda ................. ......... 1 8 Holland, Anne Yancey ....... ....... 1 27 Holland, Jane Ann .................. ...... 8 7 Hollingsworth, Dorcas Noel ..... ....... l 31 Holtzclaw, Lt. James B. ........ ..,.... 1 09 Hood, Martha Belle ............. ................ 4 3 Hood, Nancy Randolph ...... ....... 1 8, 133 Hopkins, Silvlon C. ........ ...... ...... 4 3 Horcl, Winn ........................................ 43, 125 Horkan, Patsy I. .... 18, 100, 119, 136, 148 Howard, Gerald Walton ........................ 97 Howard, Myra Lee ............... .......... 1 29 Howell, Anne .........,.. .............. 4 3, 119 Hubbard, June ...,..... ........................ 1 29 Hucaby, Ralph L. .....,........ 18, 80, 95, 96 Hughes, Harry Glen ,.....,.,................... 139 156 Hunt, Emily Frances .............. 43, 79, 121 Hunt, Richard Henry ........ ,................ 9 4 Hurley, Opal C. ,............... ...... 4 2 Hurst, Frank Selby ....... ..,... 6 1 Hurt, Lucllle ............................................ 19 Hurt, Norman F. ........................,........... 140 Hurt, O. James ...,...... . 43, 61, 73, 90, 112 I Ingels, Lafon Riker ..... .... 1 37 Isaminger, Alice ........ .... 1 21 J Jackson, Ilena .................. ...... 1 9 Jackson, Richard T. ............ ........ l 40 Jenkins, Chester Cooper ...................... 43 Jenkins, Frances ........................,........,.. 129 Jinklns, Frances Louise ,... 19, 59, 73, 119 Johnson, Barbara Ann ........................ 119 Johnson Jacqueline ..,................... 69, 129 Johnson, Jeanne B. ............................ 193 Johnson Margaret Cecellle .............. 125 Johnstone, Jean ...........,............,............. 121 Johnstone, Katherine Krug .... 43, 84, 99 Jones, Blllye Jean .......................... 19, 127 Jones, Ellls Franklin, Jr. ....... 19 Jones Emily Colllns .......... .... 1 27 Jones Fan R. .................... ...... 4 4 Jones Marte ..... .... 1 27 Jones Mary ......... .... 1 27 Jones Mildred .......,... .... 1 31 Jones, Raymer L. ..... .... 1 39 K Kafoglls, Helen .......... ....... 1 9 Keetl, Eleanore ...... ...... 7 5 Keetl, Shirley ............. ....... 7 5 Keith, Lon, Jr. .,................,. .... 1 36 Keller, Frances Fairfax ......, ..... 1 27 Kelly, George E. ............,..... ........... 1 39 Kendall, Frances Klng ..... ...... 1 9, 60 Kennedy, Hazel ................ ...,.... 1 23 Kennedy, Lucllle ...................................... 19 Kennedy, Vlrglnia Louise .................. 129 Kennelly, Bruce ............,... 19, 61, 94, 112 Kenyon, Evelyn M. ........................ 44, 131 Kerr, John H. ............ ....................... 7 1 Kesslnger, Ben L. ..... ........ 1 39 Kirk, Lalla Rookh ....... ........ 1 23 Kirkland, Dorothy ....... ,........,..,... 4 4 Kirkpatrick, Betty ........... ........ 4 4, 125 Kloecker, Jo Ann .................... ........ 1 27 Kirchner, George Weber ..... ........ 1 40 Klovstad, Julie ............................. ........ 1 33 Knight, Hettle Brecklnrldge .............. I00 Kopplus, Martha Townsend 19 59, 65, 125 Kozllk, Roland .................................. 67, 94 Kramer, Charles Gordon .............,.. ..... 20 Krauss, Marian .................... ........ 1 25 Kuhn, Charles Walter ........ ........ 1 40 L Lall, James Donald ...... ...... 2 0, 75 Land, 'Edna Mae ........ ..... - 127 Land, Marjorie Jane ....... Landrum, Elizabeth ,,.,. 44. 127 67 Landrum, Julie ..,....,... ..... 6 9, 131 Lane, Patty Cliff ................. ..... 1 25 Lang, Charles Thompson .,... ...,. 1 37 Lawson, Harry Rankln ..,.................,..... 97 LaMasters, Ernest Wllllam .......... 20, 97 Lewls, Berenlce ........,......,.,..... ...,........ 1 27 Lewis, Dorothy ........,.... ............... 1 25 Lewis, Mary Patrlcla ...... .. 44, 90, 123 Lewis, Mllton H. .,........1 ........,........ 2 0 Llebel, Lllllan ..,....... .... 4 4, 129 Lindberg, Sally ,....., ...,.... 1 25 Llndsay, Harold B. .... 33 Link, Ruth Ellen ...,.,........... ...... 1 23 Llnney, Martha Patton ....... ........ 1 29 Lipscomb, Helen ........,...... ........ 4 4, 100 Lipscomb, Virginia ....... ...... 2 0, 60, 65 Llsanby, Charllne ..... ....,. 2 0, 84 Locke, Dorothy ........... ...... ......... 1 3 1 Lockery, Nancy .....,............................ '70, 87 Logan, Theodore Edward ,................... 33 Long, Mildred .................,..........,............... 76 Long, Virginia ,..,..... 20, 59, 79, 100, 133 Lore, Laura .......,................ . ....,....,........,. 129 Love, Shirley ...........,...........,. ...... 1 21 Lowe, Nancy Alexander ...,... ....... 4 4 Lycan, Donald Carlos ,,,..... ,.... 1 40 Lycan, Lillian .........,..... ....... 2 0 Lyklns, Arnetla ........,, .,.,... 2 0 Lynn, Mary Louise ....... ....... 4 4 Lyttle, Anne Howard ...... ........ 2 0 Mc McBeath, Ottls G. ...... . McBrayer, Ann .......... 21 129 125 McCarty, Pat ........................ McCauley, Martha Cary ...........,.. 21, McCaw, Marlon Dunkeld McClanahan, Bettye ...... 45, 76, 119, 131 119 136 McClanahan, Sue Bishop ........,............. 45 McCollom, Hannah ............,..... ,.... 4 5, 133 McCown, Marie Louise ........ 45, 100, 125 McCulloch, Polly .....,................ 45, 75, 127 McCullough, Elizabeth B. .,................ 129 McDonald, Mary .................. ......... 1 29 McElroy, Mary Jean ....... ...,. 2 1, 127 McGraw, Mltzl Ann ..... ............... 1 29 Mclnteer, Sarah ........ ....., 2 1, 65, 89 McKinney, Martha ....... ............ 1 19 McKinney, Mildred ..... McLaney, Betty ....,............... McMurray, Gene Baker McMurtry, Helen S. ....... . McNamer, Betty ..,............... McNeill, Robert Blakely ....... McPherson, Aubrey, Jr. McReynolds, Linda Sue M 119 125 140 45 70 88 140 86 Macauley, Doris Ellen ,.,..., .....,,,, 1 31 Mack, Dolores ........................,.,.,,...... 21, 89 Macke, Pfc. Harry Jerry ...... 95, 97, 106 Macke, Mary Ann ...,.......... ..,.............. 2 1 Maggard, Faye ....,... ....... 21, 129 Mahanes, David J. ...,,,, 33, 106 Maher, Ann Scott ..... Maier, Judy ................. Mains, Minerva L. ..... . Mann, Teresa Jane ....... 21 131 45 March, Elsie ......................,.. ...... 2 1, 133 Marks, Mary Margaret ........ ...... 1 29 Marshall, Ellen ..........,...,.... ............. 1 31 Martin, Mary George .................... 45, 121 Mason, Amelia ................. ....... 6 7, 73. 87 Matlack, Martha .......... .....,....... l 23 Maynor, Hal W., Jr. ..... .,.... 1 40 Meade, Donald Lee ...... ...... 1 37 Meister, Shlrley ........................................ 75 Meyer, Joan Catherine .......................,.. 46 Meyer, Lucy Guye .......... 45, 90, 127, 147 Meyer, Robert Wulflng .................. 33, Mldklff, Valva C. .............. . Miller, Amanda Carolyn 106 94 21, 99 Miller, Betty Glrdler ....... ...,.. 1 27 Miller, George O. ........... ...., 9 3 Miller, Harry Milton ..... ..... 3 3 Miller, Jane Ellen .......... ...... 1 27 Miller, Mildred Hllda .....................,...... 22 Miller, Sally .............,.....,........................ 123 Mills, Jean Rlch ................ 22, 83, 79, 121 Mllman, Helen Bryan .............,............ 129 Mllward, Louise Burton ....,. 46, 131, 136 Miracle, Mattie Louise ...,.................... 119 Mitchell, Anne .............. ..... 9 9 Mitchell, Virginia ..... .................. 4 6 Mitts, Mary Louis ........ Mock, Sara Lee ......... Moore, James C. ..... . Moore, Mildred ..... Moore, Ruth ......l....,... Morreaux, James E. Morris, Billie .............. Morris, Callle Ann ......... Moser, Martha Shirley .. Moss, Georgianne ................ Mulllnaux, Claudine .......... Mundrane, Gordon P. Munroe, Marie Louise ...... Murphy, Alice J. .,..,........ . Meyers, John Carlisle, Jr N Neal, Jo Ann .....,..,......,.. Neill, James L. ............., , Nelll, Mary Eleanor ........ Neltner, Irvin H. ........... . Nevltt, Elsle Catherine ., 121 136 133 46, 83, 123 22, 129, 127 46 46, 46, 87 46, 131 22, 60, 65, 79 .................. .. 22 129 33, 135 119 22 22, 86 22, 94 , ..................... 121 Nevltt, Esther ............,....... 69, 70, 90, 121 Newell, Margaret .......... ........ 7 3, 87, 90 Newland, Ada V. ,..................................... 70 Nichols, Lella Tucker ............ 47, 90, 125 Nlckell, Wllllam R. .... 22, 61, 90, 93, 112 Nlswonger, Norma N. .............,.,.... 23, 129 Nollau, Betty ................ ......,.... 4 7 O O'Bannon, Ellen Lucile .... 47, 60, 90, 129 Oldham, Ann .................................,,....... 131 Oldham, Jane .......... ........ 6 9, 70, 90, 99 Oliver, Lucy Byrd ..... Owens, Frances ...... 23 P Paar, Dorothy Jean ............. .. ....... 121 Pace, Gwendolyn Dorsey .................... 121 Palmore, Marjorie ........ 47, 60, 73, 79, 99 Parker, Roberta Downing .... 23, 88, 131 Patrick, Charles Mervln ...................... 140 Payne, Betty Jane ........ .............,..... 2 3 Payne, Emma ............ ...................... 4 7 Peak, Bart N., Jr. .................. 61, 112, 139 P'eneck, E. S. ....................,....,.................. 139 Penn, Thomas Jefferson ........ ...... 2 3 Perraut, Louls Edward .............. ,......., 2 3 Phelps, Charlotte Ann Hunt ................ 23 Phelps, David McCord III ............ 23, 136 Phelps, Mary Brewster .......... 69, 70, 131 Phipps, Jean ....................,.,.,........... 47. 121 Phipps, Martha Jane .................... 47, 129 Plain, Catherine Talmadge ..,............... 87 Plock, Emily ..................-.....--- - ---------- 129 Polndexter, Betty Ann ........ ....... 2 3, 127 Pollack, Patricia Ann ...... ............ '7 5 Porter, Mildred ...........,.. --..-- 8 7 Powell, Dorothy Jane ...... .....-- 1 21 Powell, Eleanor ........... ...,,,--- 4 7 Powell, Luther C. .... ............ 2 3 Price, Esther ............. ...... 4 7. 123 Price, Eva Dupuy .............. ..........- 2 4 Prichard, Jean B. ................. ...... 2 4 Pruitt, Martha Elizabeth ...... ,........ 7 5 Pumphrey, Mary Ellen .....,. ......- 1 19 Purcell, Ellen Jane ........ ...... 2 4 R Racke, Charles Louis ...... ...... 2 4 Rainey, Sara Dee ................. .-..... 1 21 Ratchford, Roberta May ...... ....... 1 33 Ray, Lucille .....ll...................... ........... 1 23 Raynor, Helen Elizabeth ..,........... 24. 127 Raynor, Vlrglnla ................., ...... 2 4. 127 Relbold, Mary Margaret ---..... . .... 48, 125 Reid, Gloria Jean ...,............ ...... 2 4, 121 Reynolds, Jeanette ........... ....... 1 33 Rhodes, Sophie Powers ...... ......,. 1 25 Rice, Barbara Rose ...,......... ,...... 1 23 Richards, Margaret Dean .... .-----.--- 1 25 Richardson, Lucile Daron .,,.,..... 24, 123 Ricketts, Anne ...............-...,.,--1. -.----,--,-- 2 4 Riddle, J. Craig, Jr. ............. .,..,.. 1 39 Riggs, Mary Jane .............. -..-,---- 2 4 Rlgsby, Anna Catherine ..... ...... 2 5. 67 Riley, Annie Laurie ............. ............. 2 5 Riley, Marguerite Wllda ...,.......... 25, 119 Rlmmer, Patricia ............... ....... 2 5, 129 Ringo, Martha .................., -.-.f- 7 2. 125 Robertson, Nancy Bob ...-....-- ....-..-.- 1 25 121 123 131 139 Robinson, Bette Carol ...........,....,. 25, Robinson, Dorothy Virginia ........ 25, Rodes, Caroline ...................................... Rodes, Charles, Jr. ..... ...... . Rodes, Sarah ............ ,......... 1 31 Rogers, Eloise .................................. 48, 119 Rogers, John Lewls ..............................., 25 Rogers, Margaret Elizabeth ................ 70 Rogers, Mary Virginia ......,........ ,..,... 1 31 Rogers, Maxine ....,...,...... ....... 1 19 er onal Index Runyon, Mary Jean ....,.A. ersonal ndex Rogers, Ratllii Cecil ,........,.........,.. 33, 138 Roos, Anita ........................ 25, 65, 73, 100 Rosen, Virginia Lee ................................ 48 Ross, Betsy ..................,. .A...... 2 5, 131 Ross, Ivolou ............... ............ I2 9 Routt, Edyth Inez ....,,,. .,..... 8 7 Rowe, Jean ................. ........ 1 19 Rowland, Judith ........... .v..... 4 8. 87 Russell, Bettie Harris ..,,... 25, 123 100 Salisbury, Marian Mayo ...................... 121 Saunders, James H. .........,....... . Saunders, Mary Catherine Savage, Logan ...............,..... Savage, Maureen ...... Sawln, Lewis ........... Schlegel. Joan ......................... Schroeder, Ruth Ellen ........ Schumann, Frank William Schwartz, Margery Vernon Scott, Charles Arthur .................... 64, Scott, D. June ................... Scott, Joan ..........,....,,... ..... Scrlvner. Wanda ....... .....,.. Searcy, Mary E. ..,. .... . Sellers, Frances , ....,. ,. Sellers, Glenn W. ...,.. .... . Shaw, Mary E. ........... ..... . Shearer, Charlsey ............ 26. 28, 73, 94 129 26, 123 26, 106 26 131 48, 127 112 48, 129 28, 60, 119 26, 99 26, 61 26, 100, 127 Shelby, Charles Edwin ...... ..... 6 1, 112 Shelley, Betty Jane ........ ..... 1 27 Shipley, Lois Jean ..,... ........ 1 19 Shire, Wllllam A. ............ .....,........ 2 7 Shively, Dorothy Penn ...., ...... 1 23, 144 Shouse, Ann ,..,......,.............,......l............ 127 Shropshire, Nancy Clay ..,,.,.. 48, 73, 127 Simms, Michael L. .......................... 33, 97 Simpson, Betsy Wynne .........,...... 27, 100 Simpson, Betty Spurr .,..... ........ 4 8, 127 Singleton, Doris ..........,.... ...,... 4 9, 75 Skaggs, Forest M. .... ..... 2 7, 138 Smedley, Barbara ......,.. ..... 2 7, 129 Smith, Ann Caroline ..... ......... 1 23 Smith Anne Demares ............,.,........... 125 Smith, Dorls .,.......................... 69, 125, 145 Smith, Frances DeVon ..... .......,.....,.... 4 9 Smith Marjorie ..,,.....,..., ..... .. 88 Smith Mary ..,.....,,........... .,........, 2 7 Smith, Mary Curry ,....... ..-. 125 Southworth, Katherine ...'............... .. .... 129 Soward, Erwina .................................,...... 49 Spagnuolo, Vincent ....,....... 27, 59, 72, 79 Sparks, Mildred ...............................,.... 119 Spears, Sally Woodford ................ 49, 131 Spencer, Alice ....................................,,,... 131 Spicer, Carolyn ....,.........,. , 27, 60, 65, 119 Spragens, William Clark ........,........... 112 Spurr, Carola ......l.,.................. ....... 2 7, 90 Stagg, Willa McElroy ..,........... ....,.,, 1 25 Stamper, Mary Jacqueline .............,.... 27 Stanard, Mary Ann ....,,,................. 49, 131 Stanonls, David Joseph ......, .,,,.,.,.. 9 4 Staton, Carol ....,.....,...,.,,.. ..... 1 25 Stephenson, Ann Louise .............. 49, 127 Stephenson, William Thomas ...... 28, 61 Stern, Adalin .................,.......... 28, 65, 144 Stevenson, Betsy Banks ......,..............l 131 Stevenson, James Barbour .....v...... 49, 93 Stlgall, Mary Elizabeth .................. 49, 60 Stivers, Dean .,..,....,.,.......,.........,...,.......... 49 Stokes, Margaret ............ 50, 90, 123, 136 Storey, Rlchard W. .................. 27, 80, 93 Street, Frances ..,...,......Y...............,...,.... 127 Strother, Wyck ...........,.......,... ...,, 5 0, 121 Suttertleld, John Hardin ..... ...... 2 8, 135 Swift, Elaine Ruth ......... ............ . 125 Swift, Morrison V. ................ ....... 2 8, 73 Swlnebroad, Mary Marrs ....... . ..,...., 131 Sympson, Mary Louise ..,..... T Talbert, Brownell ........ Talbert, Tillie .,.......... Tarklngton, Alma ........ Taylor Anne Orr ........ Taylor Betty Jean ...... Taylor, Mary Mason ..... Taylor Nancy Ellen ...... Terry, Charlotte , ...........,................, 28, 125 131 131 28 123 28, 84, 125 69, 121 127 Terry, Lillian Eleanor .........,..........,.,..... 28 Tevls, Betty ...,...... ...... . . 80, 69, 70, 73, 75 Thacker, Helen Marguerite Thelss, Joan ...............................,.... 50, 121 Thomas, Cornelia Rose .........,....,.,.......,. 28 Thomas, Elizabeth Allan .................... 125 Thompson, Evelyn Clark ..,. 50, 129, 136 Thompson, Jayne .,...........................,..., 133 Thompson, Polly - .........,..... ..,.....,.....,. 1 21 Thompson, Thelma ..... ............... 5 0 Thornton, Patricia ,... ......, 2 9, 84 Thurman, Martha Lee ..... Tinley, Jean ..................,.., Toll, Nancy ..................... Trlplett, Paul ....,....... Truby, Helen Jane ...... 49, 121 69, 70 139 29 Tucker, Boone ,..... ..................,.,. ....... 2 9 Turck, Lorraine ..................., .. .,.... ,..... 1 19 Turner. George Redman, Jr. ..........,... 93 Tyler, Jessee Stokes , .........,... .,,,.. .. 50 Unger, Lillian .,...,..,,...., . .,.., 123 V Vallandlngham, James Lewis, Jr. ...... 29 Van Buren, Mary MacLeod ..............,. 131 Vance. Kathleen Sue ..............,....... 50, 87 Van Horn, Maynard D., Jr. .. 61, 90, 112 Varney, Charles ................................ 50, 85 Vickers, Ania Rai .................. ............. 1 21 Vogt, Maryan ...,.,.................... ............... 2 9 Von Allmen, Reeda Rose .,.......... 133, 138 W Wade, Corinne ............. ..,.. 2 9, 127 Wade, Freda ..,........ ......... 1 31 Wade, W. A., Jr. ...... ...... 1 39 158 Wagner, Anna Mary ..,.,. ......, 8 9, 70, 121 Walker, Bobette ........... ................. 1 21 Wallace, Adeline ...... ..,....,....... 2 9 Wallace, Ann .,.....................,., ...... 5 0, 133 Wallace, Patricia .....................,,.,...,. 29, 89 Walters, Jack Bradford II ,.......... . 29. 97 Walters, Ray Preston ............ . ..... 30, 97 Walton, Annne ....................................,. 127 Walton, Barbara Leachman ........ 30, 127 Waltman, Betty ..........,..,.,......,....... 50, 123 Ward, Alyce Elizabeth ...., ....., 5 1, 129 Ward, Peggy .................... ..... 5 1, 119 Ward, William S. ...........,..... ........ 7 1 Ware, William E. ..................... .......,... 3 0 Warner, Elizabeth Carolyn ........ 30, 133 Warren, Ruth Elizabeth .................... 133 Waters, Julia ............................................ 30 Watkins, Alice W. 30, 73, 74, 89 91, 127 Watkins, Margaret Elaine .................. 121 Watkins, Phyllis .,.............,.... ............. 1 21 Wayne, Margaret Jane .....,..................., 97 Weakley, Hazel Ruth ............ 30. 84, 125 Weathers, Camilla .................. 30, 90. 125 Weatherspoon, Norma 30, 05, 72, 74 91, 123 Webb, Ann Virginia ...................... 67, 131 Webb, Richard S. ............,..................... 139 Welsenberger, Edith ..30, 59, 88, 125, 136 Weller, Martha ..,.,.....,,..........,.....,........... 51 Wells, J. Clinton ................,...........,....... 112 Wenstrup, Marjean Davis ...,.............. 127 Wesley, Virginia E. ........ 31, 65, 127, 136 West, Carolyn ............................,........... 119 Whaley, Jean .......................................... 129 Wharton, Margaret Julia ..... ....., 1 31 Whisker, Gene Allen ........... ,..... 1 12 White, Arthur ............. ...... 1 39 White, Lois K. ...,...,......... ...... 1 19 White, Russell E. ............ . .,........... 136 White, Theodore Albert .................. 31, 94 Whitehouse, Mary J. ..,........... 51, 84, 127 Wiedeburg, Jacquelyn ................., 31. 100 Wigginton, Jane Belwood ............ 51. 127 Wilhoyte. Frances Louise ..... ............ 8 7 Williams, Eloise ....,....,..,.... ...... 5 1, 129 Williams. Geraldine ........,. .......... 1 21 Williams, Mildred W. ...,,...,.... .,.... 1 00 Willmott, Grace Kennedy .................. 129 Wllson, Dorothy Lee ..,........,................ 121 Wilson, Marjorie ........,,.......... 31, 133, 138 Wilson, Mary ................... ............... 3 1, 87 Wilson, Nancy .....,...........,...... .,,............ 3 1 Wlreman, Jean Carroll ....... ...... 5 1, 121 Wood, Mary Charles ..... , . ,........ 51 Word, Dorothy .......... ..... ..,..... 5 1 , 86 Word, Martha Ann ......, ,........... 8 6 Y Yates, Marian ........,..... ..... 5 1, 90, 121 Young, Emily Jane ........ ......... 5 2, 129 Young, Georgianna ........ ....., 3 l, 127 Young, Marianna ....... .,....... 1 21 . Z Zimmerman, William ...... .... 5 2 Acknowledgements ...,.. Alpha Chl Sigma ....... Alpha Delta Pl .,.,....,..... Alpha Gamma Delta ..,.. Alpha Lambda Delta ,..,. Alpha Xi Delta ..,,,....,,,, Alpha Zeta ....... A.I.E.E. ....,,...,. . A.S.C.E. 160 118-119 120-121 74 122-123 82 96 93 A.S.M.E. 97 Baptist Student Union ,,,,...,,,...,.....,,.,,.. 67 Beauty Queen and Attendants .... 144-148 Board of Trustees ..................,..,.... ........... 9 Colonel B. E. Brewer .,,.. Chl Omega ...., Chorlsters ..,....... Company G .,..... Contents .,.... Cwens . ...... DCRIIS ........................,....... ,,,,,,, , ,, Dean of Men and Women Dedication ........................,.,..,., ,,,, Delta Delta Delta .,., Delta Tau Delta ....... Donovan. President .,,. Dutch Lunch .............. Freshmen ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,., Freshman Club ..,.,. 4-H Club ,,,............. v 10'l 124-125 101 108-109 . .....,... 3 69 10 126-127 135 63 55-57 64 85 age nd X Hamilton House ...,,.,,,,..,, Home Economics Club .... In MElIl0r18,m ......,....,,., Juniors ........................,.,.,,.....,, ...... Juniors without Pictures 86 .. ...... 83 4-5 36-52 Kappa Delta ......,,....,....,,. ...,.. 1 28-129 K-Dets .,............................... ..... 1 10-111 Kappa Kappa Gamma ,....., ,,.,,. 1 30-131 Kappa Sigma ..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Y,,,,A,,,,, 1 36 Kentucklan ....,,.....,..,,.,,,,, '73-'79 Kentucky Engineer ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,, 8 0 Kentucky Law Journal ....,.. ...........,. 7 7 Kernel ...........,,,.,,....... , ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Kernel Business Staff .,.. Lamp and Cross ...... Lances ......,............... Mortar Board ..... Newman Club ,..,..,..,..... '74-75 .. ,,.. .. 76 106 81 65 68 Omlcron Delta Kappa ..... ,.... . '71 Outing Club ..................,,. Pan-Hellenic ...... Phalanx ...................... Phi Alpha Theta. .,,, Phi Beta ...............,.. Phi Delta Theta .,,... Phi Kappa Tau ..., 159 98 134 112 89 100 137 138 Phi Upsilon Omlcron ...,..,, ,,,,,,, 8 4 Philharmonic Orchestra .,,..,., ..,, 1 02 Pitkin Club ...............,............. .... A ., 66 R.O.T.C. Seniors ..... ,,,.... 3 2-33 Seniors . ,.,.,,..,... . .,.,,,.l.........,.... ,... 1 1-31 Seniors without Pictures ...., ....... 3 4 Shelby House ..l,.......,......... ....... B 7 Sigma Alpha Epsilon ..,... ..,,, 1 39 Sigma Gamma Epsilon ...... ....,.. 8 2 Sigma Phi Epsilon ...,....... ...,.... 1 40 Simfonietta ............... ............... 1 03 Snapshots .... ,,,,,, 1 49-154 Sophomores .................. ,..., , . ,. 53-55 Sports ....,.....................,,.,,, ,,,,, . 113-115 Student Government ....,. ,,,, '7 2-'13 Student Union Board ..,,. ..,,... 8 8 SuKy .........,...................V ...... 9 0 Tau Beta Pl ,........ , .... 95 Tau Sigma ..,.,............... ....... 9 2 Theta Sigma Phi .,...... ..,,,,. 9 1 University Band ,........V,,,,. .... 1 04 Upperclass Fellowship , ,l...,. , Y,.. 62 59 Who's Who ..............,...,,. ,...,. ,,,....V, ...... Women's Athletic Association .,,,. 99 Women's Glee Club .,..,...,....,.,...... .,.,. 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