University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY)

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' xssasi ' ! ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' tr Tr ;T tr a:t=: nz J Jy £mZu THE 1 949 KENTUCKi AN LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY ' ynLly J- y OA JiLucAu . . . THIS IS A GLIMPSE OF A GREAT COMMONWEALTH, THE COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY, AND A DETAILED STORY OF A GREAT UNIVERSITY, THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY. THIS IS THE STORY OF A SCHOOL AND ITS STUDENTS THEIR CLASSES, ATHLETICS, HONORARIES, ORGANIZATIONS, PUBLICATIONS, MILITARY, GREEKS, DORMS, AND BEAUTIES. THE 1949 KENTUCKIAN QjynLf ' OXs itack 7 H ER H I STORY ...AND , 1 HORSES. . . HER GREAT MEN. . . AND SCENIC BEAUTY fJiU l4 OA ltucAu . , . TOBACCO AND CORN .W5 «i MOUNTAINS AND MEADOWS. . . LEISURELY LIVING qIau. J Qji jyydlLcku. THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY r.: ' The center of campus activity is the majestic Student Union Building. Here students hold everything from bneetings to hands. STUDENT LIFE Lee Truman, UK football star, meets his fomous cousin who happens to be on a little political tour of the nation. (P. S. He won!) A SuKy pep rally, complete with the burning in effigy of Vondy, draws a big crowd. At the game next day, pennants and buttons are much in evidence. STUDENT LIFE ' ilikiliin ' -i M Is the Grill ever empty? Or the bookstore, for thot matter? Oh, well, one can always relax in the Great Hall of the Union. -■ iv Botanical Gardens is a favorite campus spot for hitting the books ... as anyone can plainly see. The University Library is one of the largest and finest in the South. ' Tis been said, however, that some students get degrees without ever venturing inside. A busy class lab is a joy to the heart of a scholar. This one is being held in the Funkhouser Biological Sciences Building. As another part of their serious side, students like to express their opinions through voting on campus issues. BEWARE! ALL WORK AND NO PLAY COULD MAKE UK A DULL PLACE! On Wednesdoy nights offer fraternity and sorority meetings, the crowd can always be found at Rose Street or some similar spot. Just Wednesday night? Any night for that matter! V formal dance is a big event, whether it be spring, fall, or winter. Sweater Swings ore traditional Tuesday night affairs during the winter months. And the turn-out is always great. ?5 ' •i.:i.v ' ms i m iSJBi A typical UK day includes preparation for that in- evitable rain, as depicted by these two charming co-eds. The ten-minute break between classes is the time when mobs of students gush forth upon UK pavements, making it dangerous business to walk at a leisurely pace. . «- - -«-!-». HERMAN LEE DONOVAN " A President Is Many Men " says the book title — and our Dr. Herman Lee Donovan is just that. He is author, lecturer, educator, sportsman, a gentleman and a scholar. Above all, he is a friend to each student in our collegiate community. 1v DR. LEO M. CHAMBERLAIN The first vice-president of the University, Dr. Chamberlain was appointed to this high position in December, 1946. Formerly he was dean of the University and registrar. A smiling, always friendly type of person, he is a man that students like to know and a man who likes to know stu- dents. DR. MAURICE F. SEAY In his double position as dean of the Uni- versity and registrar. Dr. Seay has done on excellent job. A former director of UK ' s Bu- reau of School Service, he gained a national reputotion for his administrative direction of the Sloan Foundation Experiment. Widely known throughout the state, he is respected by colleagues and students for his fine work. FRANK D. PETERSON The University comptroller has a tremendous task in handling oil funds of students, stu- dent organizations, and the various depart- ments — but Frank Peterson is well-equipped to do so. His training as field auditor of school finance for the State Department of Education and his loter position with the State Finance Department have been valuable. He is the author of Kentucky ' s Uniform Financial Accounting System, now used by all public school districts in the state, and the designer of Kentucky ' s public school budget system. OUR DEANS LEAD BUSY LIVES With UK enrollment practically bursting at the seams, the deans of our eight colleges are constantly kept at work. Each day bring some new — and usually different — problem of stu- dents that must be quickly and efficiently handled in order to make way for the problems of the next day. Our deans are tireless in their effort ' s to raise collegiate standards. DANIEL V. TERRELL A staff member of the College of Engineering since 1912, Professor Terrell was appointed dean m 1946. He IS also director of The Engineer- ing Experiment Station. Dean Terrell assisted in the original design and construction of The football stadium and the subsequent enlargement of its seating capacity this year. His articles and special reports have ap- peared in numerous professional engineering journals. THOMAS P. COOPER For one year Dr. Cooper served .is acting president of The University. That was from July I, 1940 To June 30, 1941. He has been dean and director of the College of Agricul ' ure and Home Economics since Jan- uary 1 , 1918. Among his many honors are his terms as president o the Association of Land Grant Col leges and Universitys, chairman o the Tennessee Valley Authority, vice chairman of the Kentucky Staff Board of Agriculture, and chief o the Bureau of Agricultural Econom ics, US Dept. of Agriculture. He is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa Sigma Xi, and Alpha Zeta. EARL P. SLONE Dean Slone first appeared in " .h Kentuckian last year when vhe Col- lege of Pharmacy 3f Louisville was made part of vhe University. A native of Henderson, he was phar- macist at the Louisville General Hospital -from 1923 -.o 1925. He joined the staff of the (then) Louis- vile College of Pharmacy in 1925. His membership in organizations in- cludes the American Pharmaceutical Association, American Public Health Association, Kentucky Academy of Science, American Museum of Nat- ural History, and Kentucky Phar- maceutical Association. WILLIAM S. TAYLOR A native of Beaver Dam, Ky., Dr. Taylor came to UK as dean of :he College of Education in 1923 iollow- ing a teaching career at schools and colleges in several states. Here he has supervised not only vhe ' Educa- tional courses offered in the College of Education but also the University Training School, which embraces all grades from kindergarten Through high school. His illness This year caused him to lose some Time rrom his work but he is back on the job now where he is recognized as one of the nation ' s leading educators. Our deans are human. They understand student needs and the student mind. Administrative excellence is their by-word. They know that UK is growing, both physically and mentally, and look forward to the day when their spheres of guidance will be even futher extended. As the University grows, our deans will grow with it, ever mindful of academic progress. MARTIN M. WHITE Heading the largest college on the campus PS the task of Dr. White — and he does it magnificently. Prior to his appointment as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences last year, he was acting personnel di- rector, associate dea i of the college, and head of the psychology depart- ment. He IS the author of articles on emotional responses, president of the Kentucky Psychology Association and the Kentucky Council for the Handi- capped, and a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Xi, and Phi Eta Sigma. ELVIS J. STAHR Named this year as the dean of the College of Law, Elvis Stahr soon distinguished himself in that capacity by being picked as one of The na- tion ' s outstanding young men by the National Junior Chamber of Com- merce. Only 33 years old, he is the youngest dean of an American law school. He is a native Kentuckian and a graduate of UK, where he was the top student leader. A past Rhodes Scholar, he is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Kappa, " His achievements, " Presi- dent Donovan once said, " read like the biography of a genius. " CECIL C. CARPENTER A University graduate and native Kentuckian, Dr. Carpenter was made dean of the College of Commerce only this year. He has been a UK staff member since 1 936. Formerly he was professor of economics at Marshall College and during the war, an economist for the Office of Ec- onomic Mobilization in Washington, D.C. His writings have appeared In Ihe Southern Economic Journal, the American Economic Review, The Ac- counting Review and other leading professional lournals. Well-known among businessmen and bankers of the state, he has organized programs for summer Bankers Conferences since 1938. LOUIS A. PARDUE Dr. Pardue succeeded the late, be- loved Dr. Funkhouser as dean of the Graduate School this year. Born at Scottsville, Ky., he is a UK graduate of 1925. He has studied at Yale, vhe California Institute of Technology, and the University of California. Dr. Pardue is one of the physicists who engaged in the development of the atomic bomb. During the war he was active in many important govern- mental proiects. He is a Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi. Like Dr. Funk- houser, Dr. Pardue has long had a keen interest m developing UK ' s athletic program. He has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Athletics Association tince it was formed. THE SENIOR CLASS Farewell to college joys, We soil of break of June, 1949. Thanks for the memories, Of the SGA senior prom . . . Our last final examination . . . And everything about UK, The place so dear to our hearts. SENIOR... .IS A MAGIC WORD u 26 MEANING MANY, MANY THINGS CARL R. ADAMS, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Hoguo DAVID L. ADAMS, Commerce .... Louisville Sigma Nu; Chamber of Commerce; Interfraternity Council- Veterans Club ROBERT D. ADAMS, A. S Frankfort Phi Beta Kappa MARY JANE AGNEW, A. S Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta; K-Dets; YWCA BLUCHER ALLEN, JR., Ag. Home Ec. . . Banner BUFORD CECIL ALLEN, Pharmacy . . . Liberty American Pharmaceutical Association; Mortar and Pestle; YMCA JEANNE ASBURY, A. S Augusta Alpha Delta Pi, president; Phi Beta Kappa; Mortar Board; Panhellenic Council; Cwens; Alpha Lambda Delta; Boyd Hall, president; House Presidents Council, treasurer; May Queen Attendant; Newman Club; YWCA Cabinet; Spanish Club; Psychology Club; Alma Magna Mater; Committee of 240 PATRICIA PRICE ASHBY, Education . . Lexington Delta Zeta; Alpha Lambda Delta; YWCA ESTON J. ASHER, JR., Com. . West Lafayette, Ind. Phi Sigma Kappa; Golf Team ELAINE ASHLEY, A. S Nicholosville Alpha Xi Delta; YWCA; Alma Magna Mater HOMER D. ALLEN, Commerce Louisville PATSY CLAY ALLEN, Education .... Paris Chi Omega; League of Women Voters; YWCA; Young Democrats; Panhellenic Council; SUB committees; French Club; Cwens; Guignol SUZANNE ALLEN, A. S. . . . Indianapolis, Ind. Kappa Kappa Gamma; League of Women Voters; First attendant to Kentuckian Queen; First attendant to May Queen WILLIAM C. ALLEN, Law Marion WILLIAM E. ALLENDER, Law . . Phi Delta Phi; Student Bar Association, ROBERT HANCE ALLPHIN, Law . Pni Delta Phi Lexington president OTHNIEL ALSOP, Engineering . . Pinebluff, Ark. Tau Beta Pi; Baptist Student Union; Civil Engineers; En- gineering Student Council SALVATORE J. AMATO, Engineering Lexington Phi Kappa Tau ROY W. AMIDON, Engineering . Chattanooga, Tenn. Electrical Engineers; Independents; Radio Studios; All- Campus Party; Radio Club MILDRED JEAN AMIS, Ag. Home Ec. . Lexington Baptist Student Union Council, vice president; Phi Upsi- lon Omicron, historian; Home Economics Club; Ky. Home Economics Association, president; Pitkin Club; YWCA ROBERTA ANDERSON, A. S. . . . Covington Delta Zeta, president; Student Government Association; Panhellenic Council; Alpha Lambda Delta; Women ' s Ad- ministrative Council; YWCA JOHN C. ANGGELIS, Law Versailles Omicron Delta Kappa, president; Lamp and Cross, vice president; Phi Alpha Delta; Independents, president, vice president NADINE ANKNEY, Education . . Somerset, Pa. Alpha Xi Delta; Future Teachers; YWCA ROBERT V. ARBUCKLE, A. S. . . . Greenville Sigma Phi Epsilon GEORGE E. ASHLEY, Engineering . . . Lexington PEGGY ATKINSON, Education .... Lebanon Chi Omega; House Presidents Council; Art Club; League of Women Voters; Young Democrats; YWCA HENRIETTA AVENT, A. S. . . Greenville, S.C. Canterbury Club; WAA Council; Physical Education Club LEWIS C. BADER, Commerce .... Lexington JOSEPH H. BAILEY, JR., A. S. . Cleveland, Ohio Sigma Phi Epsilon; Gamma Theta Upsilon CECIL B. BAKER, Commerce Hazard JAMES K. BAKER, Commerce . . . R. BURNS BAKER, Ag. Home Ec. . Blocks. Bridle WILLIAM ROYCE BAKER, Education Lexington Owensboro Stanton Richmond TOM BALDWIN III, Ag. Home Ec. Kappa Alpha; Block and Bridle; Veterans Club JOSEPH W. BALLARD, Commerce . . Louisville Sigma Phi Epsilon, president, secretary, comptroller; Stu- dent Government Association; Lances; Interfraternity Council; Newman Club; Veterans Club SARA BALLENGER, A. S Lexington German Club JUAN JOSE BALZOLA, A. S. . Mexico City, Mexico Alpha Tau Omega; Tennis Team; YMCA; Phalanx; Cosmo- politan Club GEORGE E. BARKER, Law Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Lamp and Cross; Keys; Kernel business manager; Scabbard and Blade ALCO BARNES, Ag. Home Ec McHenry Alpha Gamma Rho ROBERT M. BARNES, Education . . . Monticello HOWARD C. BARNETT, A. S. . . Independence American Chemical Society; Phi Eta Sigma; Veterans Club; Alpha Chi Sigma, treasurer; Wesley Foundation JACK R. BARROWMAN, A. S. . . . Lexington Sigma Phi Epsilon, social chairman; Band; Kentuckian; SUB public relations committee; YMCA; Guignol 27 IT SYMBOLIZES YEARS OF WORK 1 JOHN BARSTOW, JR., Eng. . Mountain Lakes, N. J. Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Student Government Associa- tion; Men ' s Glee Club; Radio Studios orchestra; Guignol PAT BASSHAM, EcJucation Harlan Kappa Alpha Theta; Future Teachers; YWCA MARTIN A. BAUER, Engineering . . . Louisville Civil Engineers J. FRANK BAUGH, JR., Engineering . . Pineville Mechanical Engineers; Alma Magna Mater; Baptist Stu- dent Union GEORGE L. BAXTER, Engineering . Mechanical Engineers SARA K. BEAM, Education . . . Alpha Gamma Delta; YWCA Louisville SEDWICK L. BEAN, Ag. Home Ec. JAMES W. BEARD, Engineering YMCA W. 8. BECHANAN, Engineering . Boston Bordwell Elizabethtown WILLARD R. BECRAFT, Engineering Frenchburg Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Electrical Engineers; Veterans Club; Committee ot 240 MANUEL BEER, Commerce . . Woodmere, N.Y. Prvor Pre-Med Society; Chamber of Commerce; Radio Studios JACK R. BELL, Engineering Louisville Triangle; Engineering Student Council; Lances; Student Government Association; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Pi Sigma; Electrical Engineers; Kentucky Engineer RICHARD G. BELL, Law .... Bedford, Ohio Student Bar Association ROBERT D. BELL, A. S Lexington Delta Tau Delta; Lances; Men ' s Glee Club CARROLL A. BENNETT, Commerce . . Henderson SHERWOOD BENNETT, Engineering . . Georgetown Pi Kappa Alpha; Mechanical Engineers RICHARD BENSINGER, Commerce . . Louisville FRANK BENTON, Law Pork Hills Kappa Alpha; Band WILLIAM R. BERGER, Ag. Home Ec. Butler MILTON ARNOLD BERMAN, Pharmacy . Louisville Alpha Zeta Omega; American Pharmaceutical Associatio n SAMUEL BERMAN, Engineering Lexington Zeta Beta Tau; Hillel Foundation; Intercollegiate Zionist Federation; Civil Engineers ISACC V. BERRY, Ag. Home Ec. . . Greensburg Baptist Student Union; 4-H Club; Poultry Club KENNETH B. BERRY, Commerce . . Morgonfield Accounting Club ELIZABETH ANN BICKNELL, A. S. . . Lexington Chi Omega, vice president; Phi Beta Kappa; Mortar Board; Canterbury Club, secretary; Chi Delta Phi, secretary; Who ' s Who; League of Women Voters, president, secretary; Al- pha Lambda Delta; Cwens; Mortar Board freshman award, sophomore plaque; Theta Sigma Phi freshman award; Ker- nel; Kentuckian; Kuignol; Alma Magna Mater, secretary, NANCY M. BIRD, A. S. . . Highland Pork, Mich Kappa Alpha Theta, treasurer; Kentuckian, business man- ager; Canterbury Club; Chamber of Commerce; League of Women Voters; Spanish Club; Cosmopolitan Club EDWARD BIROCHAK, Engineering . Old Forge, Pa. Electrical Engineers IMOGENE BLACK, Ag. Ho.-ne Ec. . . Irvington Phi Upsilon Omicron KERNEY R. BLACK, Ag. Home Ec. . . Hawesville Agronomy Club JAMES T. BLACKBURN, Com. . Charleston, W. Va. WILLIAM F. BLACKBURN, Commerce . Roadfork Alpha Tau Omega; Accounting Club; Veterans Club 6 JOYCE BLADES, A. S Butler Bacteriology Society; Alma Magna Mater; YWCA C L. BLAKEMAN, Ag. Home Ec. . Campbellsville Alpha Zeta CURTISS BLANCHARD, A. S. . . . Russellville Baptist Student Union Council JOSEPH H. BLANDFORD, Pharmacy . . Louisville Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association ROBERTA. BLEIDT, A. S Lexington Phi Mu Alpha, vice president; Student Union Board, presi- dent; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; Radio Studios musical director; American Chemical Society; Alpha Chi Sigma; Lamp and Cross BRYAN W BLOUNT, Commerce . . . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon, YMCA; Veterans Club; Newman Club DON W. BOEHLER, Engineering . . . Loroin, Ohio Football; Track Team ROBERT L. BOGGESS, Engineering . . Falmouth DILLARD LEE BOLT, Ag. Home Ec. . . Liberty Delta Chi; Block and Bridle FRED D. BOUCHER, Phormocy . . Bowling Green American Pharmaceutical Association GEORGANN BOVIS, A. S Lexington Chi Omega; Pryor Pre-Med Society; League of Women Voters; YWCA; Tau Sigma; SUB tournament committee MILLARD F. BOWEN, JR., A. S. . Mamoronack, N.Y. Delta Chi; Kernel 28 BUT ALSO YEARS OF PLEASURE r U 29 FOR MOST OF THESE IT BEGAN IN 1945 u 30 AS WIDE-EYED FRESHMEN THEY CAME TO UK 1 WILLIAM L. BOWLER, Eng. Miami Springs, Fla. Vine Grove Education Club HELEN BOWMAN, Education Band; WAA Council; YWCA; Physi ROBERT L. BOWMAN, Commerce .... Bereo WILLIAM M. BOYD, Commerce . . . Formington Veterans Club RAYMOND HOWARD BRADLEY, Com. . Frankfort Troupers JAMES L. BRADY, Commerce .... Ashland Delta Tau Delta CHARLES F. BRAKE, Phormacy . . . Burkesville Phi Delta Chi, treasurer; American Pharmaceutical Associ- tion; Student Council, treasurer ERNEST H. BRASHER, Engineering .... Viper ROBERT FINLEY BRASHER, A. S. . . . Irvine Pryor Pre-Med Society W. D. BRATCHER, Law Morgontown HOWARD A. BREWER, Com. . Mountain View, Ark. LUCILLE BRIDGES, Commerce .... Lexington PAUL R. BROOKSHIRE, A. S. . . . Louisville Kernel ANDREW J. BROWN, JR., Commerce . Henderson Sigma Chi BARBARA BROWN, A. S Lexington Alpha Xi Delta; Kentuckian; Dutch Lunch Club; Pitkin Club; Bacteriology Society; Disciples Student Fellowship CARLTON BROWN, Commerce .... Danville Lambda Chi Alpha DEWEY R. BROWN, A. S McHenry Baptist Student Union Council GARRETT H. BROWN, Ag. Home Ec. . . Irvine JUANITA BROWN, A. S. . . . Logon, W. Va. Zeta Mu Epsilon; YWCA; Wesley Foundation BURNETTA BROWNFIELD, Education . . Butler Future Teachers; YWCA; Physical Education Club CHARLES A. BROWNING, JR., A. S. . Falmouth Pi Kappa Alpha; Pryor Pre-Med Society; YMCA Cabinet; Veterans Club LYNN BRIDGEWATER, A. S. . . . Louisville Alpha Xi Delta, president; Panhellenic Council; Pifkin Club; YWCA; Kentuckian; League of Women Voters BETTY BRIGHT, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Louisville Mortar Board; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Cwens MARY BRIGHT, A. S Smithfield Phi Beta; Women ' s Glee Club; Choristers; Troupers; Jewell Hall Chorus, director JULIA DUNCAN BROADDUS, A. S. . . Louisville Delta Delta Delta; Chi Delta Phi, vice president; Mortar Board; Student Un on Board, treasurer; YWCA; Women ' s Glee Club; Philosophy Club WILLIAM L. BROADFOOT, Engineering . Gilbertsville Tau Beta Pi DANIEL NATHAN BROCK, Low . . Phi Alpha Delta; Student Bar Association Lexington W. JAMES BROCKENBOROUGH, Eng. . Paducah Alpha Tau Omega, president; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Lances; Electrical Engineers WILLIAM H. BRONSTON, JR., Eng. . . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Engineering Student Council EDWARD BROOKING, JR., A. S. Sigma Chi Lexington CHARLES B. BROWNING, Eng. . Montgomery, Ala. Electrical Engineers; K-Club; All-Campus Party; Indepen- dents; Football JOHN B. BROWNING, Law Frankfort Phi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi MORRIS E. BROYLES, Engineering . Williamsburg Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Electrical Engineers ROBERT K. BRUCE, Commerce .... Mason Phi Sigma Kappa; Veterans Club KENNETH B. BRUCKART, Engineering . Lexington YMCA JACK A. BRUCKERT, Commerce . . . Louisville Phi Sigma Kappa ROBERT M. BRUMBACH, Commerce . . Harlan JAMES O. BRUMMETT, Engineering . . Albany Lambda Chi Alpha GEORGE RAY BRYAN, Engineering . . . Ashland MARTHA REBECCA BRYAN, A. S. . Georgetown Chi Omega THORNTON E. BRYAN, JR., A. S. . . Frankfort GARLAND G. BRYANT, JR., Alpha Sigma Phi St. Petersburg, Flo. 31 SOME WERE VETERANS OF THE WAR MARY HILLEARY BRYANT, A. S. Kappa Alpha Theta, president; Panhcll( Gamma Delta award. Student Union Bo Who. Student Government Association, SAMUEL THOMAS BRYANT, Eng. Mechanical Engineers FRANK A. BRYSON, Commerce . . Delta Tau Delta; SuKy; Pershing Rifles; ROBERT B. BUCKNER, Engineering Sigma Nu CALVIN F. BUECHELE, Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon; Pershing Rifles; Me JOYCE BURKE, Education . . . Louisville lie Council; Alpha rd; YWCA; Who ' s ' ice president Ft. Mitchell . Ashland Rifle Team Anchorage Louisville hanica! Engineers . . Asheville, N.C. Pi; Phi Sigma lota; YWCA; CLARENCE E. BURNS, Eng. Huntington, W. Vo. JEAN BURRELL, A. S Pittsburgh, Pa. Delta Delta Delta, YWCA; Koffce Klub ELAINE BURRIS, Ag. Home Ec. Home Economics Clui; YWCA Houstonvillc . . Dclncr BERNARD A. BURTON, Ag. Home Ec. Alpha Zeta CHARLES R. BURTON, Law .... Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Dolta Phi; Interfraternity Council; Alma Magna Mater; Track Team; Student Bar Association CLAUDE F. BUSTER, Engineering . . Creelsboro Triangle; Electrical Engineers; Radio Studios; Vetett-ns Club; Band WILLIS G. BUTLER, Ag. Home Ec. . . Henderson C. D. BUTTERWORTH, Ag. Home Ec. . Lynn Grove YMCA; Agronomy Club HELEN ELIZABETH BUTTON, Education . Lexington Canterbury Club; WAA; Future Teachers KATHRYN BYERS, A. S. . . Huntington W. Vo. CHARLES A. BYRLEY, Commerce . . . Corbin Sigma Phi Epsilon WILLIAM M. BYRON, A. S Lexington Phi Sigma Kappa; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; Veterans Club; Patterson Literary Society JOHN F. CABELL, Pharmacy . . . Greensburg Phi Delta Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association; Mor- tar and Pestle L. B. CALDWELL, A. S Lexington Phi Delta Thcia ROY R. CAMIC, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Bondvillc Block and Bridle HENRY A. CAMPBELL, JR., Education . . Alpine Physical Education Club, treasurer; Troupers, manager; YMCA, freshman president, treasurer; Future Teachers E. D. CANTLER, Engineering Eta Kappa Nu PAUL CARLSON, Commerce Delta Chi Winchester Chicago, III. CARDIN W. CARMACK, Educotioh . Madisonvillc Future Teachers; Veterans Club RALPH C. CARPENTER, A. S. . . . Salyersville CARL E. CARTER, Pharmacy .... Louisville American Pharmaceutical Association; Mortar and Pestle EDWARD J. CARTER, A. S. . . . Hopkinsvillc YMCA Cabinet, secretary; Phalanx, secretary; SuKy; Freshma n Club; Pitkin Club; Cosmopolitan Club; SUB dance committee; Kentuckian; Kernel; Philosophy Club; Outing Club ELLIS CARTER, A. S Hartford Phalanx; Pryor Pre-Med Society EDNA STEVENS CASHMAN, Commerce . Dundee i WCA 6 JOHN M. CASHMAN, Engineering Hardinsburg Piiala-ix; YMCA Cabinet; Elcctrrcnl Engineers; SUB dance . onm ttec; Pitkin Club DAVID R. CASSELL, Commerce . . . Lexington THOMAS L. CASSELL, A. S Lexington Men ' -, Glee Club; Sociology Club; Veterans Club FRANK CASSIDY, A. S Lexington Delta Tau Delta; Kernol ELINOR FAIR CASTLE, A. S Estill Baptist Student Union Council; Bacteriology Society; WCA ELIZABETH CATLIN, A. S Paducah Kappa Kappa Gamma; League of Women Voters; Sociology Club; YWCA; Pryor Pre-Med Society; SUB activities com- mittee EVELYN LOUISE CAUDEL, A. S. . . Owingsville Chi Delta Phi; Independents; Students for Democratic Action; Pryor Pre-Med Society; German Club; Spanish Club; YWCA; Alpha Lambda Delta; Philosophy Club; Psy- chology Club; All-Campus Party; Alma Magna Mater GEORGE H. CAUGHEY, A. S Paris Lambda Chi Alpha; Football; Pryor Pre-Med Society; Psy- chology Club JERRY P. CAVENDER, Commerce .... Fulton ELIZABEH S. CAYLOR, Ag. Home Ec. . Lexington Future Teachers; Home Economics Club; YWCA EUGENE M. CECIL, Commerce Phi Sigma Kappa, president, t Council JAMES CHANDLER, Commerce Heidelberg Interfraternity 32 THEY TOOK QUICKLY TO CAMPUS LIFE u 33 THE FIRST WEEK WAS PURE MADNESS J - , ' i X m i " V 1 i»i- 1 iifeiiiiF £.. ■ u ..:1 34 RUSH, RUSH, RUSH, RUSH, RUSH 1 LOIS CHEEK, A. S Frankfort Chi Omega; YWCA; Leagu3 of Women Voters, SUB com- mittees JAMES S. CHENAULT, Law . . . Richmond Phi Delta Phi; S:ud3nt Bjr Association PAUL C. CHENAULT, A. S Frankfort JOHN CARROLL CHESHIRE, A. S. . . Frankfort WILLIAM TODD CHESHIRE, Law . . . Lexington Phi Delta Phi lONE TUTT CHESNUT, AS, S. . . . Compton Bacteriological Society 2 JACKSON CHEWNING, A. S Jenkins L. L. CHITWOOD, Engineering . . , Pine Knot KARL A. CHRIST, A. S Henderson Sigma Phi Epsilon, historian, vice-president; Kentuckian, associate editor; Kernel; Press Club; YMCA; SUB Commit- tees; Newman Club FRED W. CHRISTIAN, Commerce . . Richmond Lambda Chi Alpha ANDREW H. CLARK, Engineering . . . Maysville Delta Tau Delta, vice president; Lances; Student Govern- ment Association; Pershing Rifles; Electrical Engineers; YMCA; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Lamp and Cross; In- terfraternity Council; Omicron Delta Kappa DONALD K. CLARK, A. S Bereo Lambda Chi Alpha, president; Interf raternity Council, vice president; Kernel; Radio Studios; YMCA; Veterans Club; Constutionalist Party, president 3 LESLIE M. CLARK, A. S Millersburg Sigma Nu; American Chemical Society; Pershing Rifles; Alpha Chi Sigma LORA JEAN CLARK, Commerce .... Harold WAA; Independents; YWCA THEODORE W. CLARK, Law Lothair Phi Alpha Delta NOBLE H. CLARKE, Pharmacy . . . Louisville American Pharmaceutical Association MARGARET E. CLEGG, A. S Lexington Zeta Tau Alpha; Wesley Foundation; Dutch Lunch Clu JAMES A. CLUTTS, Engineering . . . Louisville Sigma Chi MAC G. COBB, Commerce Bowling Green HELEN VAN ARSDALE COLEMAN, A. S. . . . Harrodsburg YWCA; German Club; Social Work Club VANDER L. COLLINS, Pharmacy . . . Albany Phi Delta Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association ANNE COLLIVER, Education Carlisle Dutch Lunch Club; YWCA; Future Teachers DE COURSEY COMBS, Commerce THELMA COMBS, Ag. Home Ec. . Home Economics Club; Wesley Foundati Lexington YWCA JAMES PATRICK CONLEY, Law . . . Carlisle Phi Sigma Kappa, president; Phi Delta Phi; Lamp and Cross; Newman Club, president; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; Student Government Association; Interfraternity Council; Student Bar Association JAMES W. COOK, A. S Morgantown JOHN R. COOK, JR., Law Lexington Phi Delta Phi CLAUDE V. COOPER, JR., Commerce , . Hazard Lambda Chi Alpha MILDRED JO COOPER, Education . . Lexington Alpha Xi Delta; Pitkin Club; Alpha Lambda Delta; German Club; Spanish Club; Dutch Lunch Club; Future Teachers; YWCA RAYMOND M. CONNOR, Eng. . Jacksonville, Flo. Norwood Society of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers ALEXANDER T. COREY, Pharmacy Barbourville American Pharmaceutical Association LUTHER M. COREY, Pharmacy . . Barbourville Phi Delta Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association LORAINE CORNELISEN, Ag. Home Ec. . Chicago, III. Newman Club; Home Economics Club McKINLEYCORNETT, Engineering Blackey VIVIAN COLEMAN, Education WAA; Troupers Pikeville ATALAY COSKUNOGULLARI, Eng. . Elmali, Turkey Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma ARTHUR LEON COTTERILL, Education . Elizaville EARL C. COTTRELL, Commerce Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha GEORGE E. COUNTZLER, Pharmacy . . Greenville Phi Delta Chi WILLIAM H. COURTENAY, Commerce . Louisville GEORGE J. COVINGTON, JR., Commerce . Mayfield Phi Delta Theta WILLIAM F. COWGILL, Commerce . . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon 35 RUSH TO THE REGISTRATION LINE 1 JOHN ROBERT cox, A. S Covington Lambda Chi Alpha; Kernel H. H. CRAFT, Engineering Waylond Lambda Chi Alpha TABITHA CRAIG, Education . . ALLEN E. CRAMER, Engineering . . Newman Club; Electrical Engineers EVELYN CRAWFORD, Ag. Home Ec. House Presidents Council JOHN M. CRAWFORD, Engineering . Civil Engineers Mt. Vernon Cattlettsburg Lexington 2 JUANITA CRAWFORD, A. S Stanford Delta Zeta; Bacteriology Society; YWCA; League of Wo- men Voters SUE ANN CRAWFORD, A. S Newport Women ' s Glee Club; Troupers, treasurer; Sociology Club; YWCA ANN CREECH, Education Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta; Panhellenic Council; YWCA; Future Teachers; Art Club; SUB committees; Wesley Foundation; Sigma Phi Epsilon Dream Girl, 1946-47 GERALD J. CRIPE, Pharmacy .... Louisville Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association; Inter- fraternity Council; Mortar and Pestle JOHN B. CROCKETT, A. S Maysville Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Student Government Association; Lances; Keys; Lamp and Cross; YMCA; O micron Delta Kappa HANNAH CROLEY, A. S Pineville Delta Delta Delta; YWCA; League of Women Voters; SUB activities committee JOHN CROSTHWAITE, Commerce . Bridgeport, Conn. Sigma Nu; Interfraternity Council; K-Club, vice president ROY R. CROUCH, Engineering . . . Lexington Civil Engineers EUGENE J. CROUSE, A. S Frankfort Newman Club; Pryor Pre-Med Society; YMCA; German Club MYLES L. CROWDER, Pharmacy . Beckley, W. Va. Phi Delta Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association DAVID C. CRUISE, JR., Commerce . . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Track Team; Pershing Rifles HARRIETT CRUTCHFIELD, A. S Mufreesboro, Tenn. Kappa Alpha Theta; YWCA JOYCE CRUTCHFIELD, A. S. . . Kentuckian; Dutch Lunch Club; YWCA DEWEY E. CUMMINS, A. S. . . Men ' s Glee Club Lexington Brooksville JOSHUA W. CUMMINS, Education . . Brooksville Sigma Chi; Troupers; Pryor Pre-Med Society; Baseball; K-Club JOYCE CUNDIFF, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Somerset Home Economics Club; YWCA; Kentuckian FRANKLIN CUNNINGHAM, Eng. . . Pamtsville BYRL E. CURRY, Engineering . . . Canton, Ohio Lexington Independents; Stanford Centertown EULA MAUREEN CURTIS, A. S. . Kentuckian; Kernel; All-Campus Party; YWCA BEN R. DAMRON, Ag. Home Ec. . . HAROLD B. DANKS, Commerce . . Baptist Student Union FRED H. DAUGHERTY, Law .... Georgetown Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Delta Phi; Lamp and Cross; Phi Beta Kappa; Kentucky Law Journal; Lances; Student Govern- ment Association; University Oratorical Champion; Omi- cron Delta Kappa FRANK FOWLER DAVIS, Law .... Poducah Delta Tau Delta, treasurer; ROTC, lieutenant-colonel; Pershing Rifles, first lieutenant; Guignol; Radio Studios; Pryor Pre-Med Society, vice president; German Club HERMAN D. DAVIS, Engineering . . . Ashland 6 JOHN W. DAVIS, Commerce .... Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Pershing Rifles MARTHA DAVIS, A. S Paintsville WI LLIAM K. DAVIS, Engineering . . . Earlington Delta Chi; Interfraternity Council; Civil Engineers; Young Democrats CARL L. DEAN, Commerce Bereo Delta Chi ROBERT DEAN, A. S Nicholasville Delta Tau Delta LESLIE DEARING, A. S. . . . Muscatine, Iowa House Presidents Council ELLA M. CLOYD DELANO, Commerce . Winchester Chi Omega, social chairman; YWCA; Veterans Club; League of Women Voters JOHN DOUGLAS DELANO, JR., Eng. . Winchester Kappa Alpha; Mechanical Engineers LOWELL O. DENTON, Ag. Home Ec. . Hillsboro Alpha Gamma Rho; Alpha Zeta; Block and Bridle; Live- stock Judging Team GENE DESKINS, A. S Akron, Ohio Lambda Chi Alpha; YMCA, vice president; Phalanx; SuKy; Student Union Board; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; Pit- kin Club WILLIAM J. DETHERAGE, Education . . Pulaski Alpha Tau Omega WILLIAM T. DEWITT, A. S Frankfort Delta Tau Delta; Sociology Club 36 SEE THEIR TIRED-LOOKING ADVISORS r u 37 RUSH TO RUSH PARTIES, RUSH TO BUY BOOKS r i u 38 CAMPUS TOURS, ORIENTATION CLASSES JACK E. DISTLER, Engineering Lexington Track Team; Electrical Engineers GERALD V. DOBSON, Commerce . . Munfordville Triangle RUDOLPH DOERHOEFER, Pharmacy Louisville American Pharmaceutpcal Association DOROTHY DONAHUE, Commerce . . Lexington Newman Club; K-Dets; Chamber of Commerce; Dutch Lunch Club; Accounting Club HARRY R. DONOHO, Ag. Home Ec. . . Sedalia Alpha Zeta; Block and Bridle; Dairy Club JOHN P. DOUCOUMES, A. S. . Winchendon, Mass. Patterson Literary Society MARIELLA DOUCOUMES, A. S. . Hebbardsville BETTE DOYLE, Education Lexington Delta Zeta; SUB dance committee; WAA; YWCA CHARLES S. DOYLE, Engineering Lexington ROBERT M. DOYLE, Commerce . . . Carrollton Phi Kappa Tau; Veterans Club; Chamber of Commerce THOMAS B. DRESCHER, A. S. . . . Louisville Sigma Phi Epsilon; Gamma Theta Upsiion JOE ANTHONY DRESS, A. S. . . Logan, W. Vo. Guignol; Radio Studios; Veterans Club; Newman Club; Pat- terson Literary Society KELCY L. DRISKILL, Ag. Home Ec. . . Birdsville DONALD R. DROEGE, Engineering . . Covington Newman Club; Radio Club; Chess Team ALDEN N. DUERR, Education . . . Jefferstown Zeta Tau Alpha ROBERT P. DUFF, Commerce Hazard Lambda Chi Alpha ROBERT D. DUGAN, A. S Ashland ROBERT T. DUNAGAN, Commerce . . Somerset Veterans Club MARY DUNLAP, Education .... Versailles Kappa Kappa Gamma; House Presidents Council; YWCA; Koffee Klub; K-Dets ROSE MARIE DUNN, Pharmacy Cannelton, Ind. American Pharmaceutical Association, secretary; Mortar and Pestle; Student Council, secretary; class secretary JUNIUS C. DUNNAVAN, Pharmacy . . Louisville Phi Delta Chi, sergeant-at-arms; American Pharmaceutical Association ELINOR DUNS, A. S Lexington Alpha Gamma Delta; Bacteriology Society; Newman Club JAMES E. DURHAM, Ag. Home Ec. . McKmney COLLEEN DUVALL, Education . . . Owensboro Wesley Foundation; YWCA; Inter-Dorm Council; 4-H Club; Shelby House; SUB house committee 5 THOMAS P. DWYER, Commerce . Cincinnati, Ohio Lambda Chi Alpha CHESTER H. EASLEY, Commerce . . . Lexington KENNETH J. EASLEY, Pharmacy . . Fronkfort Kappa Psi; Mortar and Pestle; American Pharmaceutical Association; Interfraternity Council JAMES C. EDDLEMAN, A. S Pineville Press Club; All-Campus Party, chairman; Independents MICHAEL J. EDGEWORTH, A. S. . . Owensboro Kappa Sigma; Student Government Association; Wesley Foundation; YMCA Cabinet; Alpha Phi Omega; Pitkin Club; Chamber of Commerce; Alma Magna Mater PAUL E. EDNISTON, Ag. Home Ec. . . Mayking 6 CHESTER R. EDWARDS, Engineering . Burlington JOSEPHINE EDWARDS, Commerce . . Richmond Alpha Gamma Delta; League of Women Voters; YWCA; Chamber of Commerce VIRGINIA EVELYN EGNER, Education . Rockhold Future Teachers JOE DAVID ELLIOTT, A. S Auburn Radio Studios; Baptist Student Union; YMCA; Pryor Pre- Med Society; Veterans Club MARY ANN ELLIOTT, A. S. . . . Hopkinsville Alpha Gamma Delta; League of Women Voters JOHN C. ELLIS, Commerce Paducah 7 PAUL R. ELLIS, Engineering . . . Compbellsville WOODFORD ENGLAND, Ag. Home Ec. . Brooksville ANITA JACOBS ENGLE, A. S. . . . Louisville ANNE E. ENGLISH, A. S Lexington Phi Beta; Women ' s Glee Club; Choristers C. RAY ENICKS, Engineering . . Dawes, W. Va. Kappa Alpha; Mechanical Engineers GEORGE IRVING EOELEN, Pharmacy . Springfield American Pharmaceutical Association 39 RUSH TO LUNCH IN THE DORMITORY 1 HUBERT L. ERNST, Engineering . . . Louisville CHARLOTTE ERSKINE, Commerce . . . Danville Delta Delta Delta; YWCA; Business Education Club; SUB dance committee CURTIS J. ESHAM, Ag. Home Ec. . Harrodsburg Dairy Club; Veterans Club; YMCA MILFORD D. ESTILL, Low Lexington Phi Alpha Delta; Symphony Orchestra ROBERT W. ESTILL, A. S. ... Lexington Phi Delta Theta, vice president; Canterbury Club, presi- dent; Philosophy Club; Eta Sigma Phi; Kernel; Veteians Club; YMCA; Sociology Club THOMAS ETHERINGTON, Ag. Home Ec. . Versoilles HAL G. ETTER, A. S. . . . Rural Retreat, Vo. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Bacteriology Society; Phi Beta Chi; Wesley Foundation CARL V. EVANS, Commerce . . . Hodgenville Sigma Nu PATRICIA EVANS, Law Lexington Guignol; Newman Club; League of Women Voters; YWCA; Religious Emphasis Week, SAMUEL FEIN, Engineering . . New York, N. Y. Hillel Foundation; International Zionist Federation; Vet- erans Club; Mechanical Engineers ANTHONY J. FERRANTE, A. S. . Portlond, Maine DOCTOR TAYLOR FERRELL, Education Sigma Alpha Epsilon; K-Club; Football; Futu Richmond Teachers 5 FRED W. FEST, JR., Engineering . Weston, Vv ' . Vo. Triangle JAMES W. FETTERMAN, A. S. . . . Danville Stray Greeks; Delta Kappa Epsilon MARY LOU FIELDS, A.8, S. . Amherstdale, VV. Va. JANE FINLEY, A. S Modisonville Delta Zeta; YWCA; League of Women Voters JO ANNE FINNIE, A. S. . . . Hastings, Mich Alpha Gamma Delta, vice president; Panhellenic Council; French Club; League of Women Voters SILAS B. FISHER, A. S Valley Station Alpha Tau Omega lan; Young Democrats; Club; Dutch Lunch Club; Student WILLIAM SILER EVANS, Engineering . Baptist Student Union; Electrical Engineer JOHN C. EVERETT, Ag. Home Ec. . Sigma Alpha Epsilon; YMCA GEORGE A. EVERETTE, Ag. Home Ec. Maysville JUANITA EWBANK, Ag. Home Ec. . . Warsaw YWCA Cabinet; Student Government Association; 4-H Club; Alma Magna Mater; Home Economics Club; Hamil- ton House FREIDA FAIR, A. S Inez YWCA FRANCES FARMER, Education . . . Lexington Alpha Gamma Delta; SuKy, secretary; YWCA Cabinet- Dutch Lunch Club, president; Future Teachers LOIS FARMER, A. S Paris WAA WILLIAM S. FARMER, Engineering GEORGE K. FARNEY, Engineering Harrodsburg Covington JAMES NEIL FARRIS, Ag. Home Ec. . . Coburg Alpha Gamma Rho; Block and Bridle; YMCA; SuKy FRANCIS FAULCONER, A. S. . . . Lexington Delta Tau Delta; Patterrson Literary Society; YMCA JACK FEIERABEND, A. S Louisville Delta Tau Delta; Phi Mu Alpha, president; Canterbury Club, treasurer; Men ' s Glee Club, secretary-treasurer; Choristers; Madrigal Singers; Guignol; Radio Studios WILLIAM WALTER FISHER, A. S. . . Louisville Pi Kappa Alpha; Phalanx; Pryor Pre-Med Society; YMCA Cabinet; Band; Philosophy Club THOMAS Y. FITZPATRICK, Engineering . Hazard ALICE W. FIZER, Education . . . Flemingsburg Kappa Delta Pi; Future Teachers EMERSON K. FIZER, Education . . Flemingsburg Kappa Delta Pi LOIS ANN FLEGE, A. S Irvine Alpha Gamma Delta, historian; Mortar Board; Theta Sig- ma Phi; Chi Delta Phi; Kentuckian, assistant managing editor; League of Women Voters LAWRENCE J. FLEISCHER, Eng. . New York N.Y. Zeta Beta Tau; Interfaith Council; Hillel Foundation MURRAY S. FLEISCHER, A. S. . New York, N.Y. Orchestra; Hiltel Foundation CATHERINE GREY FLEMING, Commerce . Ashland Kappa Delta; League of Women Voters; YWCA; Koffee Klub EUGENE FLOOD, Commerce HARRY W. FLOWER, Eng. Campbellsburg Huntington, W. Va. KENNETH E. FLOWERS, Ag. Home Ec. . Frogue Wesley Foundation Cabinet; Phalanx; Block and Bridle; 4-H Club; Agronomy Club; Alpha Zeta; YMCA HERBERT L. FOGEL, Engineering Zeta Beta Tau; Eta Kappa Nu Lexington 40 DON ' T OVERSLEEP AND BE LATE TO CLASS ' Mi ltir rtT ' rtfi ' ■ . ( ' ' -fSHKMH tkM u JV ' r ¥ 41 RUSH, RUSH, RUSH, RUSH, RUSH 42 INALLY THEY GOT INTO THE SWING OF THINGS RUSSELL J. FORD, A. S Silver Grove Alpha Tau Omega; Alpha Phi Omega; Sigma Gamma Epsi- lon; Harlan County Club FRANK G. FOREMAN, Engineering . . . Hazard Civil Engineers BYRON LOUIS FORGY, Pharmacy . . . Auburn Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association; Mortar and Pestle KENNETH M. FORTUNE, A. S. . . . Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha; Kentuckian EILEEN FOSTER, A. S Covington ANGELINE FRANCIS, Ed. . Niagara Foils,, N. Y. Future Teachers CATHERINE FRANCIS, Commerce . . . Martin Hamilton House PAULINE FREELS, Ag. Home Ec. . . Henderson Phi Upsilon Omicron; 4-H Club; Home Economics Club JOHN FROUNFELKER, Engineering . Ironton,, Ohio Veterans Club; Mechanical Engineers ROBERT C. FRYE, Engineering . . . Cynthiano GEORGE W. FUGATE, Education .... Jenkins Phi Sigma Kappa ROBERT M. FULLER, Engineering . . . Lexington Pitkin Club; Scabbard and Blade; Norwood Society of Min- ing Metallurgical Engineers; Alma Magna Mater; Band 3 RAY N. FULTON, A. S Sharon, Pa. Kernel; Press Club MARGARET FURNEAUX, A. S. . . . Frankfort Bacterioligy Society; YWCA; Alpha Lambda Delta; K-Dets; Koffee Klub SUZANNE FUTCH, Ag. Home Ec St. Petersburg, Flo. Alpha Delta Pi; YWCA; Home Economics Club; SUB com- mittees CLAUDE M. GALLOWAY, Commerce Lexington DOROTHY JEAN GARDNER, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Hodgenville Alpha Gamma Delta; League of Women Voters; Home Economics Club; YWCA; 4-H Club; SuKy JANE GARRETT, A. S Lexington Chi Omega, secretary; Phi Beta Kappa; League of Women Voters; Phi Sigma lota, secretary; Cwens, president; Alpha Lambda Delta LANDON GARRETT, JR., Ag. Home Ec. . Waddy Alpha Gamma Rho; YMCA Cabinet; Lances; Phalanx ROBERT S. GARRETT, Eng. . Maxwelton, W. Va. Mechanical Engineers MAXINE GARRIGAN, Ag. Home Ec. . Hickman Home Economics Club; 4-H Club; Jewell Hall Chorus ROBERT ROSS GARRISON, Commerce . . Murray VERNON W. GARRISON, Commerce . . Lexington ROBERT E. GARST, Commerce . Lexington JAMES B. GARWOOD, Commerce . . . Louisville Men ' s Glee Club ROBERT R. GASH, A. S Harrodsburg Alpha Sigma Phi MARTHA GATEWOOD, Ag. Home Ec. . Georgetown Delta Zeta; Home Economics Club, Dutch Lunch Club WILLIAM C. GAYLE, Ag. Home Ec. . Lexington Alpha Gamma Rho MARY POWELL GEIGER, A. S. . . . Vonceburg Chi Omega; YWCA Cabinet; Canterbury Club; Koffee Klub; League of Women Voters; Theta Sigma Phi RALPH S. GENITO, Education . . Duquense, Pa. K-Club; Spiked Shoe Society; Football; Track Team EDWARD GEORGE, Engineering . . . Poducoh MIRIAM GERBER, Commerce .... Lexington Women ' s Glee Club; Radio Studios orchestra; Dutch Lunch Club; YWCA NORMA GILES, Education Corbln Nicholasville . Lexington BENNY L. GILL, Commerce Alptia Tau Omega JAMES W. GILLESPIE, Commerce Delta Chi, vice president, secretary JOHN R. GILLESPIE, Law Franklin Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Kentucky Law Journal, editor; Ker- nel; SGA; Lances; Omicron Delta Kappa STANLEY O. GILLESPIE, Ag,8. Home Ec. . Tollesboro WILLARD T. GILLESPIE, A. S. . . . Owensboro Phi Eta Sigma MICHAEL R. GILROY, Engineering Scranton, Pa. R. H. GILTNER, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Eminence Phi Delta Theta; Canterbury Club; Block and Bridle; Ag- ricultural Council AMBROSE GIVENS, Ag. Home Ec. . Lawrenceburq Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Block and Bridle EDWARD E. GLASER, Pharmacy . . Mt. Vernon Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association; Mortar and Pestle 43 THE DAYS FLEW, THE MONTHS GREW SHORTER 1 PEGGY GLEASON, A. S. . . . Coral Gables. Fla. Alpha Delta Pi CAROLYN GLENN, A. S Cadiz Chi Omega, Chi Delta Phi; Theta Sigma Phi; YWCA; Com- mittee of 240; SUB activities committee; Koffee Klub; League of Women Voters ROBERT G. GLENN, Coinmerce . . Central City Chamber of Commerce JACK GOLDBERG, Commerce Philadelphia, Pa. JOYCE GOLDBERG, A. S. . . . Brooklyn, N.Y. Hillel Foundation; Bacteriology Society MARY ANNE GOOD, A. S Lexington Phi Beta; Mortar Board; Women ' s Glee Club; Orch estra; Cwens; Alpha Lambda Delta; YWCA JOHN D. GOODLETTE, Engineering . . . Hazard Alpha Tau Omega; Pi Tau Sigma, president; Mechanical Engineers MARY ANNE GOODSON, A. S. . . Shelbyville Chi Omega; YWCA; League of Women Voters; Committee of 240; Alma Magna Mater; Young Democrats GEORGE B. GOODYKOONTZ, Commerce . Lexington Student Government Association; Pershing Rifles; Guignol JOHN E. GORHAM, A. S Lexington MARGARET LILLIAN GORIN, A. S. . Greensburg YWCA; Social Work Club GARLAND GRACE, Engineering . . Hopkinsville Triangle; Pi Tau Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Mechanical Engi- neers, treasurer GORDON GRAHAM, Pharmacy . . . Mt. Vernon Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association RUBYE GRAHAM, A. S Brandenburg Zeta Tau Alpha, historian; Kernel, society editor; Kentuc- kian; League of Women Voters; SuKy; SUB dance commit- tee; Mademoiselle College Board; Radio Studios; Theta Sig- ma Phi, secretary; Women ' s Glee Club; YWCA; Guignol; K-Book, assistant editor; Chi Sigma Epsilon RAYMOND E. GRANT, Engineering Electrical Engineers CHARLES H. GRANTZ, Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association ROGER H. GRASON, Commerce . Sigma Nu VIRGIL M. GRAY, Commerce . . CALVIN G. GRAYSON, Engineering Civil Engineers DALTON GREENFIELD, Low . . Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Alpha Delta Louisville Lexington Paducah KATHERINE GREENWOOD, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Hopkinsville Alpha Xi Delta; Student Government Association; Home Economics Club; YWCA; 4-H Club DANIEL H. GREGORY, Commerce . . . Sturgis WARREN J. GREGORY, Engineering Veterans Club; Mechanical Engineers EDITH GREIFINGER, A. S. Tau Alpha Pi Somerset Frankfurt, Germany 5 RUTH GRIDER, Ag. Home Ec Liberty Baptist Student Union; YWCA; Home Economics Club; Jewell Hall Chorus ALVINA F. GRIFFIN, Education .... Danville YWCA; Alma Magna Mater; Committee of 240; Newman Club HENRY M. GRIFFIN, Law Owensboro Phi Alpha Delta WILLIAM R. GRIFFIN, Commerce . . . London Kappa Alpha JACK S. GRIFFITHS, A. S Lexington M. REBECCA GRIGSBY, A. S. . . . Louisville Canterbury Club; YWCA; SUB dance committee; K-Dets B. M. GRIMM, Engineering Hershey, Pa. Stray Greeks; Delta Upsilon Kappa JANE GUESS, Commerce Marion Zeta Tau Alpha, treasurer, secretary; House Presidents Council; League of Women Voters; YWCA; Kentuckian BETTY DUNN GUINAUGH, A. S. . . Danville Kappa Alpha Theta; YWCA CHARLES GULLETT, A. S. . . . West Liberty CHARLES H. GULLEY, Ag. Home Ec. . Lancaster Alpha Gamma Rho, president; Interfrafernity Council, treasurer WILLIAM J. GUTERMUTH, Engineering . Louisville Delta Tau Delta; Civil Engineers; Tau Beta Pi 7 FELIX W. GUTHRIE, Engineering . . Hopkinsville ELIZABETH DEAN GUY, A. S. . . . Scottsville Delta Zeta; YWCA; Wesley Foundation; Young Democrats DOSSIE B. HAAS, Engineering .... Louisville Phi Eta Sigma VIRGINIA HAAG, A. S Jeffersontown ROBERT HABERNEHL, A. S Augusta THEODORE R. HACKER, Ag. Home Ec. . Stinnett 44 SOON IT WAS TIME FOR DREADED EXAMS O u 45 THAT WAS THE END OF THE FIRST MILESTONE cs W ' . tl mm Sk iSkt r U 46 SOME WERE GLAD, OTHERS MIGHTY SAD 1 JOHN C. HAGAN, A. S Lebanon VERNON B. HAGER, Pharmacy . . Nicholasville Phi Delta Chj; American Pharmaceutical Association ROBERT LEE HAGERMAN, A. S. . . . Hartford WILLIAM BRYANT HAHN, Commerce . Lexington MARIE HAICK, Education Louisville German Club, vice president; Alpha Lambda Delta, presi- dent; Boyd Hall, secretary; League of Women Voters; Cwens; Future Teachers; Kappa Delta Pi, vice president; Philosophy Club; outstanding junior in Education. WALTON E. HALE, Engineering .... Stone Kappa Alpha TED HALEY, Engineering . . . Lafollette, Tenn. Sigma Nu; Men ' s Glee Club; Orchestra; Engineering Stu- dent Council DON M. HALL, Commerce I ronton, Ohio Phi Sigma Kappa; Chamber of Commerce; Accounting Club HERBERT E. HALL Andover, Maine Bacteriology Society JOSEPH HALL, Engineering .... Henderson Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Mechanical Engineers; Alpha Phi Omega MARJORIE HALL, A. S Lexington Alpha Gamma Delta; Phi Beta; Tau Sigma; YWCA; Social Work Club VIRGINIA ANN HALL, Education, . . . Harlan Kappa Alpha Theta, house president; YWCA; Future Teachers; WAA; League of Women Voters; Tau Sigma; House Presidents Council; Baptist Student Union ELWOOD HALLEY, Engineering . . . Lexington Civil Engineers MARY LEE HALMHUBER, A. S. . . . Frankfort Kappa Alpha Theta; Art Club; YWCA; Student Union Board; Women ' s Glee Club; French Club; Westminster Fellowship; Kentuckian CHARLES R. HAM, Engineering Portsmouth, Vo. Kentucky Engineer; Wesley Foundation Cabinet; Veterans Club; Mechanical Engineers, secretary, treasurer; Civil Engineers; Engineering Student Council RUBY HAMBLEN, A. S LaGrange YWCA BONNIE HAMILTON, Education . . . Maysville Alpha Lambda Delta; Cwens; White Math Club; Jewell Hall Chorus; Jewell Hall Council JEAN DUNCAN HAMILTON, A. S. . Versailles Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Sigma lota; Dutch Lunch Club; YWCA J. KERN HAMILTON, Commerce . . . Danville Golf Team MARJORIE HAMLIN, Education . . Greasy Creek Future Teachers; Jewell Hall Chorus EVELYN HAMMOND, Ag. Home Ec. . Smithfield Phi Upsilon Omicron; YWCA; 4-H Club; Home Ec Club ABE L. HAMMONS, Ag. Home Ec. . . Richmond Lambda Chi Alpha; Block and Bridle DARRELL HANCOCK, Law .. .. Providence Phi Sigma Kappa, vice president, Omicron Delta Kappa, Lamp and Cross; Phi Delta Phi; Who ' s Who; Veterans Club, president, vice president; Student Bar Association; University Social Committee; Post Warrior, managing edi- tor; Young Democrats; Student Government Association; Phi Beta Kappa freshman scholastic award J. P. HANCOCK, Law Harrodsburg Phi Delta Theta. president; Phi Delta Phi; Interfraternity Council; Pryor Pre-Med Society SUZANNE HANNAHS, A. S. . St Petersburg, Fla Alpha Delta Pi, rush chairman; Panhellenic Council, secre- tary; YWCA; SUB house committee; Sociology Club; League of Women Voters JAMES K. HANSEE, JR., Eng. . Portsmouth, Ohio MARTHA HARMON, Commerce . . . Lebanon WILBUR K. HARMON, Ag. Home Ec. . Lebanon Block and Bridle ROBERT HARNED, Ag. Home Ec. . Lebanon Junction Alpha Gamma Rho EDWARD L. HARPER, Engineering . . . Danville Kentucky Engineer; Band BETTY JO HARRIS, Commerce . . . Wurtland Women ' s Glee Club; German Club; YWCA; Chamber of Commerce; Jewell Hall Chorus; Commerce Employment Association TOM D. HARRIS, Law Morganfield Pi Kappa Alpha sociation Phi Delta Student Bar As- THOMAS W. HARRIS, Commerce . . Frankfort Phi Delta Theta EVELYN HARRISON, A. S. . . Westfield, N. J. Alpha Xi Delta; Bacteriology Society WILLIAM R. HARROD, Commerce . . Frankfort Sigma Phi Epsilon, secretary; Chamber of Commerce JACK E. HARTFIELD, Engineering . . . Pineville Kappa Sigma ROBERT A. HARTLAGE, Commerce . . Louisville Phi Eta Sigma; Accounting Club ELISE HARTMAN, Ag. Home Ec. . Highland Pork, III. Zeta Tau Alpha, president; Guignol; YWCA; SUB dance committee; Canterbury Club; Panhellenic Council; Wo- men ' s Administrative Council CHARLES E. HATCHER, A. S Marion Sigma Phi Epsilon DAVID E. HATCHETT, Ag. Home Ec. . Glasgow Alpha Gamma Rho; Block and Bridle; SuKy; Lances; Stu- dent Union Board; Agriculture Council, vice president GEORGE W. HATFIELD, JR., Law . Whitley City Phi Delta Phi WILMA LEE HAVERLY, A. S Corbin Women ' s Glee Club; YWCA 47 SOME WANTED TO MAKE THE FRESHMAN HONORARY JAMES E. HAWKINS, Commerce . Lorado, W. Vo. MEDDIS R. HAY, Ag. Home Ec. . . Georgetown JACOB B. HAYDEN, JR., Ag. Home Ec. . Cecilia Block and Bridle BEN SIMMS HAYDON, A. S. . . . Springfield Tau Kappa Epsilon; Mon ' s Glee Club PAUL E. HAYES, Low Hi Hot Phi Alpha Delta WALTON E. HAYES, Commerce . . . Moreheod Veterans Club LEONARD S. HAYNES, Engineering . . Lexington Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Mechanical Engineers HUBERT HAZELIP, A. S Louisville Phi Delta Theta SHIRLEY JO HEATH, Ag. Home Ec. . Lexington Zeta Tau Alpha; Home Economics Club; YWCA; SUB dance committee FRANKLIN W. HECKER, Education . . Bellevue Lambda Chi Alpha; Future Teachers KENNETH R. HEDGES, Commerce Foster Men ' s Glee Club ELOISE HELTON, A. S Pineville Alpha Gamma Delta, secretary; Baptist Student Union; Freshman Club; SUB dance committee; Bacteriology Socie- ty; League of Women Voters; Kentuckian JUANITA JEAN HEMLEPP, A. S. . . Ashland Alpha Delta Pi, secretary; Kentuckian; Interfaith Council. Treasurer; Wesley Foundation, treasurer; Cwens; YWCA; SUB public relations committee HUGO O. HEMPEL, Commerce . . . Lexington Scabbard and Blade; Pershing Rifles; Norwood Society of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, president LEE ROY HENSLEY, Commerce . . . Manchester Veterans Club VIVIAN HEREFORD, Education . St. Albans, W. Vo. WAA; Tau Sigma; Band HENRY A. HETTEL, JR., Commerce . . Lexington Veterans Club; Newman Club; Chamber of Commerce JOHN E. HETTERMAN, Ag. Home Ec. . Crittenden Block and Bridle; Newman Club PEGGY HEWLETT, A. S Ashland Kappa Delta; YWCA; League of Women Voters ROBERT W. HICKS, Ag. Home Ec. . . Midway Block and Bridle; Alpha Zeta; Judging Team MORRIS HIDER, Commerce . . . Lexington CLEMENT S. HILL, Commerce .... Lebonon PATRICIA HINE, Education .... Richmond Delta Zeta, president, treasurer, social chairman; Panhel- lenic Council; Future Teachers; House Presidents Council; VWCA; Koffee Klub RAY THOMAS HINES, Pharmacy . . Louisville Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association 5 LILLIAN HIXSON, Ag. Home Ec. . . Georgetown 4-H Club; Heme Economics Club ROY HIXSON, Engineering .... Georgetown Pi Kappa Alpha NORA LEE HOCKENSMITH, Ag. Home Ec. . Hazard Baptist Student Union; Home Economics Club FRED E. HOCHMAN, Commerce . Connersville, Ind RALPH HOEFELMAN, Commerce . . . Louisville Wesley Foundation Cabinet; Chamber of Commerce KATHERINE ANN HOGAN, Education . Frankfort Kappa Alpha Theta; YWCA; Future Teach2rs; League of Women Voters; Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, 1946-47 6 MATTHEW HOGAN, A. S. . . . Trenton, N. J. ROBERT V. HOGAN, Commerce . . . Lexington RAY HOGG, Ag. Home Ec Moyking Alpha Phi Omega; Block and Bridle; Alpha Zeta; Veterans Club; YMCA WALTER A. HOGGE, JR., Commerce . . Lexington Phi Sigma Kappa; Veterans Club; Chamber of Commerce GENE HOGWOOD, A. S Paducah Sigma Alpha Epsilon HERMAN HOHNHORST, Engineering . Fort Mitchell EMMETT C. HOLBROOK, Commerce Crittenden Phi Kappa Tau JOHN D. HOLBROOK, Ag. Home Ec. Sergent ROBERT L. HOLBROOK, Pharmacy . . Moreheod Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association; Mortar and Pestle JAMES T. HOLLAND, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Phi Delta Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association; Junior Class president; Sophomore Class president; Freshman Class president RALEIGH HOLLINGSWORTH, Commerce . Lexington LERON M. HOLT, Engineering Forks of Elkhorn Triangle; Eta Kappa Nu; Electrical Engineers 48 OTHERS WANTED TO MAKE THE FIRST TRAIN HOME r , U 49 NOW THEY WERE S EC O N D -Q U A RT E R FRESHMEN r U C (P fe J A 50 MOVING UP FAST !N THE RACE TO SOPHOMORES HAROLD W. HOLTZCLAW, A. S. . . Morehead Phi Sigma Kappa, vies president, YMCA Cabinst; Lancss, Phalanx; Pershing Rifles; Omicron Delta Kappa JOHN R. HOOK, Engineering .... Lexington JACK L. HOPGOOD, Commerce St. Morganfield AUBREY HOPKINS, Ag. Home Ec. . Dawson Springs Troupers EUPHA YVONNE HOPKINS, A. S. YWCA; Cwens VERNON A. HOPKINS, Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Pi Mu Epsilo Covington Poducoh JETHA C. HOPPER, Pharmacy . . Russell Springs Kappa Psi, vice president; American Pharmaceutical As- sociation JAMES E. HOPSON, A. S. . . . Hopkinsvillt WILLIAM B. HORNBACK, A. S. . . Anchorage Sigma Nu, president; Interfraternity Council JULIA LEE HORNE, Commerce .... Ashland Chamber of Commerce, secretary; German Club; Alma Magna Mater; YWCA CAROL F. HOUCHEN, Commerce . . . Falmouth Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Chamber of Commerce DOUGLAS HOWARD, Ag. Home Ec. . . . EIna MORRIS NEAL HOWARD, Commerce . . Pineville Sigma Phi Epsilon; Veterans Club DONALD A. HOYT, Engineering . . Mayfield, Po. Chemical Engineers WILLIAM K. HUBBELL, A. S. . . . Lexington Phi Mu Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; Lances; Philosophy Club, president; Sociology Club, president OLIVER L. HUDSON, Ag. Home Ec. . Lexington WALTER TAYLOR HUDSON, A. S. . Lexington MELVIN EARL HUDDLESTON, Law . . Columbia Student Bar Association GRACE HUFFAKER, Education Louisville WILLIAM S. HUFFMAN, A. S. . . . Lexington Kappa Sigma; YMCA; Sociology Club; Social Work Club; Phalanx; SUB dance committee RAYMOND W. HUGHES, Engineering . Ironton, Ohio Mechanical Engineers ELMER K. HUME, A. S Lexington W. R. HUMPHREY, Engineering .... Shively HAROLD T. HUNT, Commerce . . . Moreheod Sigma Alpha Epsilon 5 BILLIE J. HUNTER, Education . St. Albans, W Va. Future Teachers; YWCA, Wesley Foundation MARY ANN HUNTER, A. S. . . . Winchester Chi Omega; Panhellenic Council; YWCA; League of Wo- men Voters; Art Club; SUB house committee JOHN A. IDLEMAN, A. S Paris, ill. Lambda Chi Alpha E. C. ISHMAEL, Commerce Danville BETTY J. JACKSON, Education . . . Horse Cave Alpha Delta Pi; WAA; YWCA; Committee of 240 DORIS JACKSON, Education Corinth Future Teachers; Baptist Student Union 6 EDWARD JACKSON, Low .... Beattyville Phi Alpha Delta ELI O. JACKSON, Ag. Home Ec. . . Eminence Phi Delta Theta HARRY D. JACKSON, Engineering Warren, Po. ALGIA JACOBS, Engineering .... Lexington Alpha Sigma Phi; Electrical Engineers GEORGE E. JAEGER, Education Independence Future Teachers; Gamma Theta Upsilon NANCY JEFFERSON, A. S Lexington 7 HUGH E. JENKINS, A. S Frankfort WILBUR L. JENKINS, A. S Lexington WILLIAM M. JENKINS, Engineering Cynthiono Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Electrical Engineers; Radio Club RUBY JESSE, A. S Midway Kentuckian; K-Dets; Cwens; YWCA; Dutch Lunch Club; Art Club; SUB art and poster committee ANDREW G. JOHNS, JR., Commerce Lexington CHARLES H. JOHNSON, Education . Campbellsburg Alpha Tau Omega; Future Teachers; Baptist Student Union AND THEN SUDDENLY THEY WERE THERE CHARLES L. JOHNSON, A. S Vicco JERRY D. JOHNSON, Education .... Ludlow Phi Sigma Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi; Future Teachers; Vet- erans Club LEONARD G. JOHNSON, Engineering . . Pinevills Pi Tau Gigma; Mechanical Engineers RALPH H. JOHNSON, Engineering . Belmont, N. C. WILLIAM S. JOHNSON, Pharmacy . . . Grayson Kappa Psi; YMCA; American Pharmaceutical Association; Mortar and Pestle JAMES E. JOHNSTON, Engineering . . Greenville EDWARD H. JOHNSTONE, Law . . . Lexington Alpha Gamma Rho; Phi Alpha Delta ERNEST E. JONES, JR., Ag. Home Ec . . Philpot Veterans Club GROVER N. JONES, A. S Lexington Pryor Pre-Med Society; Veterans Club J. CALHOUN JONES, Commerce . . . Salt Lick Sigma Phi Epsilon, comptroller; YMCA; Wesley Founda- tion; Vi hite Math Club; Civil Engineers JULIE ANN JONES, Ag. Home Ec. . . Louisville Delta Zeta, historian; Young Democrats, vice president L. RAYMER JONES, JR., Ag. Home Ec. . . Paris Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Veterans Club; YMCA MOSES L. JONES, JR., Engineering . . . Corbin N. C. JONES, JR., Engineering . . . Covington Triangle WILLIAM P. JONES, Engineering . . . Corbin Electrical Engineers RUTH MAE JORDAN, A. S. . Huntington, W. Va. Alpha Xi Delta; YWCA Cabinet; Social Work Club HENRY MILLER JOYNER, Pharmacy AdairviHe Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association VIRGINIA JUETT, Education . Phi Beta; Radio Studios; Women Williamstown Club MILTON Z. KAFOGLIS, Commerce . . Lexington Kappa Sigma; Canterbury Club ROBERT H. KAISER, Commerce . . . Owensboro Kappa Sigma; Intcrfraternity Council; Scabbard and Blade; SUB dance committee MERLE ELLIS KAPLIN, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Alpha Zeta Omega; American Pharmaceutical Association LESTER I. KASTLEMAN, Commerce . . Louisville Chamber of Commerce DAVID H. KAUFMAN, Commerce . . Louisville RALPH KAVANAUGH, Commerce . Dawson Springs Lexington Cynthiana Parkersburg, W. Va. JAMES R. KAYSE, Engineering Kappa Sigma GENE KEARNS, Commerce . YMCA; Veterans Club BOYD R. KEENAN, A. S. . Band, president; Tennis Team ANNE KEETON, A. S Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta, vice president; SuKy; Cheerleader; Guignol; Canterbury Club; Koffee Klub; Alma Magna Mater; Phi Sigma lota; YWCA WILLIAM G. KENDALL, Engineering Lexington WARREN J. KENNEDY, JR., Commerce . Mentor Pi Kappa Alpha; Band, Symphony Orchestra EDWARD M. KENNEY, Commerce Sigma Phi Epsilon; American Chemica CHARLIE D. KELLER, Commerce . JOHN L. KELLER, Low .... Frankfort :iety Fort Thomas Lexington JOHN P. KELLEY, Engineering .... Soldier Electrical Engineers WINIFRED L. KELLY, Commerce . . Central City Alpha Tau Omega HELEN KEMP, Education Columbia Kappa Delta Pi; Future Teachers LEBUS KIDWELL, Ag. Home Ec. . Flemingsburg Alpha Gamma Rho JACK H. KIMBALL; Ag. Home Ec. . . Somerset ROBERT D. KINCHELOE, Commerce . . Louisville Sigma Nu GERALD F. KINCAID, Engineering Ironton, Ohio Mechanical Engineers HOBART KINDER, Ag. Home Ec. . . Pikeville Alpha Zeta; Veterans Club ALICE GIVAN KING, A. S. . . . Hopkinsville Alpha Gamma Delta; YWCA; House Presidents Council; League of Women Voters 52 THEY WERE ESTABLISHED CAMPUS PEOPLE t.. -:im M-T R m ummx d m t L u » I 53 SOME HAD, OF COURSE, DROPPED BY THE WAYSIDE 54 PROVING THAT PROBATION IS A HORRIBLE THING EUGENE C. KING, Pharmacy . Kappa Psr; American Pharmaceuti. JOSEPH C. KING, Commerce . WILLIAM H. KING, Commerce Hartford Association Williamsburg . . . Vicco JAMES T. LANSDEN, Commerce Earlington WILLIAM R. KING, A. S Ashland Sigma Gamma Epsilon NANCY C. KIRBY, A. S Krypton GEORGE W. KIRCHNER, A. S. . Camp Campbell Track Team; K-Club; Spiked Shoe; Independents, president FORGY KIRKPATRICK, Education Hopkinsville Kappa Kappa Gamma; YWCA; Interdorm Council LOUIS KIRKPATRICK, Engineering Hopkinsville Norwood Society of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, vice president, r.ecretary SHERWOOD KIRK, A. S Catlettsburg Lambda Chi Alpha; Band LAMAR R. KISSLING, Engineering Sigma Nu; Mechanical Engineers MORRISON G. KITCHEN, Engineering Electrical Engineers RITA GREENWALD KLEIN, A. S Tau Alpha Pi; Chi Delta Phi; Hillel Foundation; C WAA; Panhellenic Council, treasurer Louisville Lexington Lexington . . Stanford Philadelphia, Pa. -na; Engineering Stu- KEITH KOENIG, Engineering . , Mechanical Engineers EUGENE KOZAK, Engineering Pi Tau Sigma, secretary; Sigma Pi Sig dent Council; Mechanical Engineers JOSEPH I. KRAMER, A. S. . . . Brooklyn, N.Y. Tau Epsilon Phi; Pryor Pre-Med Society; Interfraternity Council; Interfaith Council ARTHUR D. KREITMAN, Pharmacy . . Louisville Alpha Zeta Omega; Tau Epsilon Phi; American Pharma- ceutical Association; YMCA; Intertraternity Council JOHN L. KRING, Commerce CHARLES W KUHN, Engineering Triangle; Civil Engineers Frankfort Covington RICHARD LACEFIELD, Pharmacy . Bowling Green Phi Delta Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association JAMES W, LANCASTER, Ag. Home Ec. . Frankfort ANN ELIZABETH LARUE, Education , Hodgenville Chi Omega; League of Women Voters; YWCA JOHN LASLEY, Commerce Point Pleasant, W. Va. Murray CHARLES A. LASSITER, Ag. Home Ec Dairy Club 5 JAMES M. LASSITER, Law Murray Phi Delta Phi, president; Kentucky Law Journal, managing editor WILLIAM T. LATTA, Commerce Henderson Sigma Alpha Epsilon FRED LAU, Engineering Louisville Triangle VINCENT LAWLER, A, S Lexington GARY LOUISE LAWSON, A. S. . Cincinnati, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta; Kentuckian, associate editor; Cwens; YWCA; Art Club; SUB art and poster committee, secretary SIMPSON F. LAWSON, A. S. , . . Nicholasville YMCA EDWARD D. LEACH, Commerce . . . Lexington ELMER T. LEE, Engineering .... Frankfo ' f Triangle CHARLES LEGETTE, Commerce . . . Louisville Delta Chi; Fencing Team J. LEROY LEMASTER, Ag. Home Ec. . Chandlersville H. WILLIAM LENTZ, Commerce . Birmingham, Ala. Kappa Sigma; Accounting Club; Band VAN M. LESTER, A. S Somerset Stray Greeks; Beta Theta Pi; Art Club VESTAL R. LESTER, Engineering . . Science Hi ll JACK LEVITT, A. S Philadelphia, Pa. Pryor Pre-Med Society ANITA LEVY, Education Lexington Tau Alpha Pi, president, pledge president; Hillel Founda- tion, treasurer; Panhellenic, treasurer; Women ' s Adminis- trative Council; WAA; Future Teachers; IZFA; K-Dets; League of Women Voters; Guignol; Kernel ALPHA B. LEWIS, A. S. . . Walled Lake, Mich. FARNUM LEWIS, Engineering . Jeffersonville, Ind. Student Government Association; Independents, vice presi- dent JOY CAROL LEWIS, Education . . . Georgetown Sigma Kappa; Future Teachers; Pitkin Club; YWCA 55 BUT " ALWAYS ONWARD! " WAS THEIR MOTTO OWEN H. LEWIS, Engineering . . . Lexington Sigma Chi; Phalanx; Pi Tau Sigma; Pitkin Club; YMCA Cabinet; Mechanical Engineers; Veteran ' s Club; Tau Beta ROBERT H. LEWIS, A. S. Wolled Loke, Mich. WILLIS F. LEWIS, Engineering .... Ashland Pi Tau Sigma; Engineering Student Council; Mechanical Engineers, chairman ELIZABETH VICTORIA LINK, A S. . Louisville Zeta Tau Alpha; American Chemical Society; Newman LEWIS C. LYLE, A. S Ashland Stray Greeks; Phi Sigma Epsilon; Psi Chi WILLIAM M. LYON, A. S Clinton Alpha Tau Omega; Canterbury Club; YWCA; Civil En- gineers CLAIRE LOUISE MABRY, Ag. Home Ec. . Hickman Kappa Alpha Theta; Phi Upsilon Omicron; House Presi- dents Council; Alma Magna Mater; Home Economics Club; YWCA VIRGINIA ANN LINK, Home Ec. . . . Lexington Alpha Xi Delta; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Kappa Delta Pi; Home Economics Club; YWCA FRANK B. LINTON, Ag. Home Ec. . . Princeton Alpha Gamma Rho; Alpha Zeta; Block and Bridle; Dairy Club; Fencing Team; Livestock Judging Team EARL M. LINVILLE, Ag. Home Ec. . Mount Olivet Kappa Alpha CALVERT C. LITTLE, Low London Phi Delta Phi ANN LITTLETON, Ag. Home Ec. Murray RALPH E. LOBB, Ag. Home Ec Lobb Alpha Zeta HAROLD L. LOCKWOOD, Commerce . . Ashland Phi Kappa Tau; Chamber of Commerce; Committee of 240 JOHN LONGABAUGH, Engineering . Waukegan, III. Norwood Society of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers EDWARD LOUGHRAIN, A. S. HAROLD G. LOVE, Ag. Home Ec. Alpha Gamma Rho; Block and Bridle ALFRED J. LOWE, JR., Commerce Sigma Chi RUSSELL LOWE, Ag. Home Ec. SHEPARD C. LOWMAN, A. S. . Sigma Chi; YMCA Cabinet; Phalanx WILLIAM C. LOWRY, Ag. Home Ec Sigma Alpha Epsilon JOSEPH E. LUCAS, Commerce HOWARD L. LUSK, Engineering JOSEPH S. LYLE, A. S. . . Pi Kappa Alpha Woterbury, Conn. Taylorsville Cayce Greensburg Houston, Texas Carrollton Hazard Winchester ILUS RAY MACKEY, Ag. Home Ec. GENE R. MADISON, Engineering . . Lexington Scottsville J. DENVIL MAGGARD, A. S Grahn Men ' s Glee Club MARION STUART MAHURIN, Law . . Henderson Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Interfraternity Council MAX E. MALLERNEE, Commerce .... Cadiz Accounting Club HENRY E. MALONEY, A. 5 Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha; Newman Club BARBARA MANDT, A. S. Delta Delta Delta; YWCA; Ho Manton iidents Council CHARLES D. MANN, A. S. . . . Wellington EDWARD BRYCE MANN, Commerce . Covington Accounting Club; Chamber of Commerce ANN STANLEY MARCUM, Commerce . Manchester Zeta Tau Alpha WILLIAM F. MARCUM, Engineering . . Lexington Triangle; Electrical Engineers HELENE MARCUS, A. S. . . Orangeburg, S. C. Tau Alpha Pi; Social Work Club, vice persident; Hillel Foundation, secretary; Panhellenic Council WILLIAM N. MARKET, Engineering . . Louisville JOANNE MARSH, Ag. Home Ec. . Pass-A-Grill, Flo. Alpha Delta Pi; Home Economics Club; YWCA JOY MARSH, A. S Cynthiana Delta Delta Delta; YWCA; League of Women Voters; Cwens BENJAMIN P. MARSHALL, Engineering . Frankfort LEO E. MARSHALL, Pharmocy . Chorlestown, Ind. Phi Delta Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association DEWEY MARTIN, Commerce . Porkersburg, W. Va. 56 AND THEY CLIMBED FASTER AND FASTER u 57 HIGHER AND HIGHER UP THE LADDER ' 1 ' iMM s mk ,1 ) CI 4 fik., . .; U 58 UNTIL THEY WERE JUNIORS AND THEN SENIORS GEORGE C. MARTIN, Commerce . . . Lexington Phi Kappa Tau; Newman Club, president, treasurer; Con- stitutionalist Party, vice president; Interfaith Council, Interfraternity Council; Veterans Club; Chamber ot Com- merce; SUB tournament committee GLENN E. MARTIN, Commerce ... Dry Ridge Pi Kappa Alpha; Scabbard and Blads; Veterans Club GUY DENNIS MARTIN, JR., Pharmacy . Greenville Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association; Mortar and Pestle; YMCA NELL MARTIN, A. S Paducah Kappa Delta; Social Work Club THOMAS G. MARTIN, Engineering Lexington WILLIAM C. MARTIN, Engineering . Central City Triangle, editor; Kentucky Engineer, editor, teature edi- tor, associate editor; Band; Civil Engineers, secretary, treasurer CHARLES R. MASON, Ag. Home Ec. . Ricetown MARION MASON, Ag. Home Ec. . . Ricetown Alpha Gamma Rho; SuKy RUSSELL E. MATSINGER, Engineering Louisville Pi Tau Sigma JACK F. MATTINGLY, Law . . . Hardinsburg Phi Alpha Delta WILLIAM E. MATTINGLY, Engineering Philpot Triangle PAUL B. MAUPIN, Commerce . . . Lexington CHARLES EDWIN MAY, Engineering . . Louisville Mechanical Engineers HOWARD D. MAYHEW, Engineering Lexington Sigma Chi; Phalanx; Pitkin Club CHARLES W, MEADE, JR., Engineering . Ashland ROBERT E. MEADER, Commerce . . . Lexington Alpha Phi Omega; YMCA; Pitkin Club DOCK MEADOR, A. S Prestonsburg Pryor Pre-Med Society; Bacteriology Society AZEL MEADOWS, Pharmacy . Gauley Bridge, W. Va. Phi Delta Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association CHARLES K. MEE, Education Future Teachers ROBERT E. MEEK, Engineering Radio Club; Electrical Engineers Georgetown Lexington EDWIN J. MEHRUNG, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Phi Delta Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association JOHN C. MEIHAUS, Education . . . Louisville Spiked Shoe Society; K-Club; Football; Track Team BERNARD L. MEREDITH, Engineering Lexington Norwood Society of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers; Band JAMES B. MESSER, A. S Garrett EVERETT H. METCALF, JR., Law . . . Louisville Phi Alpha Delta JAMES E. METCALF, Engineering . . . Stanford Radio Club; Electrical Enginaers H. ALLEN MIDDLETON, Ag. Home Ec. . Barlow ALVIN L. MILBY, Commerce Harlan Harlan County Club; Alpha Phi Omega THOMAS D. MILES, Commerce . . . Lebonon Newman Club JOE D. MILLER, Commerce Kappa Sigma, president; Keys Cave City Interfraternity Council THELMA MILLER, A. S. . . . Tompkinsville HAYDEN MILLS, Commerce Kingsport, Tenn. Sigma Phi Epsilon; Football WILLIAM T. MINKE, Commerce . . . Lexington CHARLES B. MINOR, Engineering Roanoke, Vo. Phi Sigma Kappa; Football VIRGINIA MINSHALL, A. S. . State College, Pa. Kappa Delta; Veterans Club; Guignol; Kernel WILLARD H. MINTON, Ag. Home Ec. . Somerset Alpha 2eta; Veterans Club WILLIAM MINTON, Ag. Home Ec. . Cain ' s Store WILLIAM P. MITCHELL, Engineering . . Paducah EARL MOLDOVAN, Engineering . . . Lexington Civil Engineers JAMES ELLIS MONACH, Com. . Columbus, Ohio Lambda Chi Alpha, president; Interfraternity Council; Newman Club LESTER S. MONEY, A. S Finchville Kappa Alpha; Canterbury Club; Band; Pryor Pre-Med Soci ety; YMCA BEN G. MOORE, A. S Frankfort Phi Delta Theta 59 NOW HERE THEY STAND AT THE TOP E. HOWARD MORGAN, Commerce . . Louisville Sigma Phi Epsilon, vice president, marshatl; Phalanx, presi- dent; YMCA Cabinet; Pitkin Club, treasurer; Veterans Club; Interfraternity Council PAUL M. MORGAN, Commerce Delta Chi Lexington WALLY L. MORGAN, Commerce Independence Sigma Phi Epsilon MARILYN MORRIS, A. S. . . New Carlisle, Ohio Zeta Tau Alpha, rush chairman, social chairman; Social Work Club, secretary; League of Women Voters; Psychol- ogy Club; YVVCA; SUB committees DONALD M. MORROW, Engineering . . Shively Electrical Engineers; Tau Beta Pi WILLIAM A. MORROW, Commerce . . Lexington GEORGE T. MURRAY, Engineering Woynesburg Triangle; Tau Beta Pi; Norwood Society of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers PAUL MURRAY, Engineering Covington MARTHA MUTH, A. S Louisville Zeta Tau Alpha; Bacteriology Society; YWCA FREDERICK L. McAFEE, Pharmacy . . . Berea Rho Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association W. G. McALISTER, Engineering .... Fulton Alpha Sigma Phi MARGARET McCARVILLE, A. S. . McCook, Neb. Newman Club MARY McCAULEY, A. S Versailles JAMES D. MORSE, Engineering Eorlington Sigma Nu; Mechanical Engineers GEORGE R. MOSELEY, Commerce . . Louisville Sigma Nu FRANCIS PARKER MUDD, Pharmacy Louisville American Pharmaceutical Association PAUL MUDD, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Springfield HAROLD E. MULLENS, Pharmacy St. Matthews American Pharmaceutical Association; YMCA CHARLES M. MULLINS, Commerce . . . Fulton DEWEY A. MULLINS, Ag. Home Ec. . Woynesburg JOE TOM MULLINS, Commerce . . . Whitesbu-g WILLIAM G. MULLINS, A. S Fulton EDWIN BRUCE MUMFORD, Eng. . . . Louisville Hyden ROBERT CHARLES MUNCY, Low . Phi Delta Ph. WILLIAM S. MUNDAY, Engineering Stanley JAMES H. MUNTZ, Ag. Home Ec. Alpha Zeta Frankfort . Stearns Clinton JAMES H. MURPHY, A. S. . . . Williamsburg ARNOLD A. MURPHY, Engineering Electrical Engineers JAMES A. MURPHY, Engineering Triangle BERYL T. McCLAIN, Ag. Home Ec. . Lexington Block and Bridle; Livestock Judging Team CHARLES H. McCLAVE, Pharmacy . . LouisviHe Phi Delta Chi; Mortar and Pestle; Interfraternity Council; American Pharmaceutical Association JOHN W. McCORD, JR., Ag.S, Home Ec. . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Block and Bridle; SUB dance com- KARL F. McCREADY, Engineering . . Louisville Radio Studios; Electrical Engineers, secretary-treasurer BRUCE McCULLOUGH, Engineering . . Lexington Lambda Chi Alpha; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Mechani- cal Engineers CHARLES McD ANIEL, Ag. Home Ec. JAMES F. McDANIEL, Pharmacy . Kappa Psi; Mortar and Pestle; America Association Victory Manchester Pharmaceutical 7 KATHRYN McDANIEL, A. S Paris CHARLES R. McGEHEE, A. S. . Tuscon, Arizona Lambda Chi Alpha EUGENE F. McGLORE, Commerce . Covington REB J. McGOHON, A S Nicholosvilie FRANCES McGOWAN, A. S. . . . Hopkinsville YWCA; Bacteriology Society, president; SUB activities committee CARL J. McHARGUE, Engineering . . . Corbin Tau Beta Pi; Norwood Society of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers; Phi Eta Sigma 60 READY TO TAKE THE PLUNGE INTO SOCIETY u ft ' P L 4 61 THEY WILL GO OUT, REMEMBERING THINGS 7i i u . l;A Md 62 THEY WILL REMEMBER THE CAMPUS COPS WILLIAM A. McKENNEY, A. S. . . . Falmouth Phi Mu Alpha; Men ' s Glee Club; Band GEORGE H. McKINLEY, Law .... Owensboro Phi Delta Phi JOHN L. Mclaughlin, Engineering . . Harlan Pi Kappa Alpha; Intertraternity Council, president; Keys; Young Democrats; Civil Engineers WILLIAM B. McMULLIN, Engineering Lexington GENE B. McMURRAY, Commerce . . Lexington Sigma Phi Epsilon J. B. McNAMARA, Law Mt. Sterling Phi Delta Phi, president; Student Bar Association CHARLES M. McNEIL, Commerce . Kingsport, Tenn. Sigma Chi; YMCA MARY E. McROBERTS, A. S. . . . Lexington Delta Zeta, vice president, rush chairman; Pitkin Club; Dutch Lunch Club; Guignol; Koffee Klub WILLIAM F. McSHANE, Engineering . . Glasgow Triangle MARY SUE McWHIRTER, A. S. . . Hopkmsville Chi Delta Phi, president; YWCA Cabinet; Mortar Board editor, historian; SUB art and poster committee, chairman, Kentuckian, art editor; Interdorm Council; Who ' s Wht Vague, art editor; Art Club, vice president; Frances Mc- Vey scholarship ANNE McWILLIAMS, Ag. Home Ec. . Crestwood Delta Zeta; Home Economics Club; YWCA BETTY McWILLIAMS, A. S Versailles Kappa Kappa Gamma, rush chairman; YWCA ROBERT NEAL, Engineering .... Lexington Delta Tau Delta ROBERT D. NEILL, Education . . . Russellville Kappa Delta Pi; Future Teachers; Veterans Club RAMONA NEWMAN, Ed. . . Portsmouth, Ohio Kappa Delta; WAA; Koffee Klub CLARA NEWTON, Ag.8. Home Ec. . Campbellsville Hamilton House, president; House President ' s Council; YWCA; Wesley Foundation; Home Economics Club, treas- urer; 4-H Club JOHN H. NEWTON, Ag. Home Ec . . Elizabethtown Sigma Alpha Epsilon CHARLES E. NICHOLS, Eng. Mechanical Engineers Maplewood, Ohio FREDERICK E. NICHOLS, Commerce . Madisonville Sigma Nu, president; Omicron Delta Kappa, secretary; Student Government Association, ' . reasurer; Intertraternity Council; Chamber of Commerce; K-Book, editor; Lances, secretary; Kernel; Student Bar Association MARVIN NICHOLSON, JR., Commerce . Lexington Men ' s Glee Club; Chamber of Commerce ARCHIE C. NICKELL, Law Ashland DAVID H. NOBLE, Engineering Lexington Tau Beta Pi; Electrical Engineers REBECCA NOBLE, A. S. . . . Ashtabula, Ohio Alpba Xi Delta; Wesley Foundation; YWCA; Outing Clu ' 3 BARBARA BENNING NOLAND, Com. . Ravenna 5 HAROLD J. NOLAND, Commerce . . . Irvine Triangl.2 CHARLES A. OBERST, A. S. . . . Owensboro Sigma Phi Epsilon, vice president; Newman Club, editor JAMES V. O ' BRYAN, Engineering . . Lexington Newman Club JOHN J. O ' HARA, Low Lexington Student Bar Association; Phi Alpha Delta JOHN W. O ' KEEFE, A. S Louisville E. B. O ' NEAL, Engineering .... Worthville Pii Eta Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Mechanical Ena neers MOSES C. OREM, Ag. Home Ec. . Compbellsburg Block and Bridle; Men ' s Glee Club CHARLENE ORR, Education Murray WAA, president JOHN B. OTT, JR., Commerce . . . Lexington WILLIAM OVERHULTZ, Commerce . . Lexington Delta Tau Delta MITCHELL J. OWEN, A. S Glasgow Delta Chi; Fencing Team; Men ' s Glee Club; Pryor Pre- Med Society; Veterans Club BARBARA OWENS, A. S. . Schenectady, N. Y. Bacteriology Society; Alma Magna Mater; YWCA 7 FRANCIS SCOTT OWENS, A. S. . . Pippaposs JANE DABNEY PACK, Ag. Home Ec. . Smithland Delta Zeta; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Home Economics Club; Dutch Lunch Club; YWCA; Committee of 240 ANNE PARDUE, A. S Frankfort Alpha Gamma Delta; Kentuckian, associate editor; Wo- men ' s Glee Club; Committee of 240; YWCA; Kernel; Theta Sigma Phi; WSSF, publicity chairman BOB L. PARIS, Engineering Louisville Sigma Nu; Mechanical Engineers; YMCA PAUL G. PARKER, A. S Beech Creek Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sigma Gamma Epsilon ROBERT LOWELL PARR, Pharmacy . . Louisville American Pharmaceutical Association 63 THE MANY (?) HOURS SPENT IN THE LIBRARY PATRICIA PARRENT, Education . . . Frankfort Kappa Delta Pi; YWCA; Future Teachers; Batist Studei.t Union JAMES L. PARROTT, Engineering . . Springfield Civil Engineers; Veterans Club; K-Club JOHN EDWIN PASSMORE, Phornaacy . Norton, Va. Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association; Senior Class president BRADLEY G. PATRICK, Ag. Home Ec. . Hartford Hertford HUGHEL D. PHILLIPS, Ag. Home Ec. MILDRED PATRICK, Educotion . . THOMAS A. PATTERSON, Commerce Men ' s Glee Club; Chamber of Commerce; PHILLIP L. PEARCE, Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha; Scabbard and Blade; -;rical Engineers JAMES E. PEARSON, Engineering Civil Engineers; Camera Club; Mechan JOHN C. PEARSON, Engineering . Louisville All-Campus Par- Anchorage is Club; Elec- Richmond al Engineers Lexington BESS PEAVEY, A. S Lexington Baptist Student Union; Dutch Lunch Club; Guignol; YWCA WILLIAM W. PEAVYHOUSE, JR., . . Lexington Phi Mu Alpha; Band; Men ' s Glee Club; Symphony Orches- ALLIE C. PEED, JR., Engineering Band; Radio Club; Electrical Engine ERNEST L. PENCE, Commerce D. Lexington Camera Club Summit Winchester Central City L. PENDLETON, JR., Low . Phi Alpha Delta KIM PENROD, Commerce . . Phi Delta Theta OTIS PERKINS, A. S Glomawr THOMAS N. PERKINS, A. S. . . Williamsburg Guignol; WBKY PATRICIA ANN PERRONE, A. S. . . Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta, rush chairman; Panhellenic Council; YWCA; K-Dets; SUB poster committee; Art Club; Dutch Lunch Club; Canterbury Club; Young Republicans; koffee Klub EARLY H. PERRY, JR., Ag. Home Ec. . . Cobb Agronomy Club; Veterans Club; YMCA MAC PEWITT, A. S Fulton Kappa Sigma; Pryor Pre-Med Society BURL PHILLIPS, A. S. . . . Williamson, W Va. Phi Sigma Kappa THOMAS M. PHILLIPS, A. S. . Pitkin Club; German Club CHANNING E. PIERCE, Commerce Chamber of Commerce HARRIETT NICELY PIERCE, Education Kappa Delta Pi; Future Teachers MARY RITA PLOCH, Education . . Kappa Delta, editor; Newman Clu Voters AUGUSTUS G. POE, Commerce Sigma Nu CAROLYN POGUE, Education . Tau Sigma RUSSELL D. POOLE, Engineering Albany Lexington Lexington Lexington Henderson League of Women Decatur, Go. Hardinsburg NANCY POTTS, A. S Lexington Mortar Board, secretary; Phi Beta Kappa; SuKy, secretary, treasurer; Dutch Lunch Club, president; YWCA Cabinet; Wesley Foundation; Alpha Lambda Delta, secretary; Cwens, treasurer; Kentuckian RICHARD B. POWELL, Commerce . . . Salt Lick SAMUEL R. POWELL, Education . Cincinnati, Ohio Sigma Nu WILLIAM S. POWELL .... Cincinnati, Ohio Sigma Nu; YMCA; SuKy; Men ' s Glee Club RUTH ANN POWER, A. S. . Willow Branch, Ind. JAMES HERNDON PRATHER, Pharmacy . Owenton American Pharmaceutical Association; Mortar and Pestle THOMAS ALBERT PRATHER, Eng. . . Hickman Phi Sigma Kappa, president, secretary; Keys; Lances; Per- shing Rifles; Veterans Club; Kentucky Engi al Engii assistant Westminister Fello.vship; PAUL R. PRATT, Commerce Hi Hat Delta Chi RALPH W. PRESTON, Engineering .... Pons Metallurgical Enginsers GAIL PRICE, Education Russell Kappa Delta; League of Women Voters; YWCA HOBART V. PRICE, Ag.S, Home Ec. . Williamstown GEORGIA PRUDEN, Ag. Ec. . . Owensboro Baptist Student Un on Council; Future Teachers; YWCA; Kappa Delta Pi JOHN T. PRYOR, Law Henderson Delta Tau Delta 64 THE EXCITEMENT OF THE LATEST PINNING u 65 ALARM CLOCKS AT 7 O ' CLOCK IN THE MORNING u p. M.ikd 66 SGA ELECTIONS AND CAMPUS POLITICIANS VIRGIL F. PRYOR, Law Georgetown Pi Kappa Alpha, president; Intcrfraternity Council; Lamp and Cross; YMCA Cabinet; Canterbury Club; Phi Delta Phi; Student Government Association; Veterans Club; Stu- dent Bar Association Whitley City RAYMA DEAN PURDEN, A. S. Phi Beta; Women ' s Glee Club MARTHA PURDY, A. S Millersburg Zeta Tau Alpha; Phi Beta; Choristers; Women ' s Glee Club; Committee of 240 CHARLES R. PURYEAR, Commerce . . Greenville Phi Delta Theta ROBERT E. PURYEAR, A. S Louisville Phi Delta Theta WILLIAM T. RAFFERTY, A. S. . . . Lexington KENNETH R. RALSTON, Engineering . . Buechel GERON E. RATHELL II, Commerce . . Covington Veterans Club; Young Democrats; Chamber of Commerce CARL S. RATLIFF, Commerce .... Carlisle Kappa Alpha .treasurer; Keys; Chamber of Commerce; Veterans Club; Canterbury Club GERALD W. RECKTENWALD, A. S. . Lexington Scabbard and Blade; American Chemical Society KENNETH RECKTENWALD, Eng. . . Lexington Triangle; Newman Club; Electrical Engineers; Veterans Club CHARLOTTE BERKLEY REED, A. S. . Mt. Sterling Chi Delta Phi; Baptist Student Union Council; American Chemical Society; YWCA; Alpha Lambda Delta HARTWELL D. REED, JR., Low Delta Tau Delta; Phi Alpha Delta TALMADGE J. REED, Commerce Delta Chi BEN FRANKLIN REEVES, A. S. Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa EDWINA REDDING, Education Frankfort Lexington Bowling Green Texarkona, Tex. NORRIS W. REIGLER, Low Louisville Phi Alpha Delta; Kentucky Law Journal; Lamp and Cross MARIE A. RENYER, Ag. Home Ec. . . Warsaw Home Economics Club; YWCA; Newman Club JOHN O. REYNIERSON, JR., Commerce . Lexington Kappa Sigma; Phalanx, president; YMCA, state vice presi- dent ELIZABETH REYNOLDS, Education . . Oakland Kappa Alpha Theta, vice president; Future Teachers; YWCA; League of Women Voters; Tau Sigma; Baptist Student Union; Best-dressed woman award — 1947, 1948 CLARENCE L. REYNOLDS, Engineering . Wilmore Tau Beta Pi; Electrical Engineers MARY KALLBRIER REYNOLDS, Ed. . . Louisville Phi Beta, president; Mortar Board; Cwens; Alpha Lambda Delta; Women ' s Glee Club B. FRANK REYNOLDS, A, S Carlisle Phi Sigma Kappa WILLIAM M. RHOADS, A. S. , . . Lexington Delta Tau Delta; SuKy, president; Alma Magna Mater HAROLD BELL RICE, Ag. Home Ec. Phi Kappa Tau; Block and Bridle PAUL RICE, A. S Sigma Alpha Epsilon JOSEPH M. RICHARDS, Commerce Pni Delta Theta A. J. RICHARDSON, Ag. Home Ec. . Wi Block and Bridle; Agronomy Club; Baptist StL DOROTHY RICHARDSON, Education . . Phi Beta; Tau Sigma, president; V AA; SUB mittee; K-Dets JOHN HERMAN RICHTER, A. S. . . Gamma Theta Upsilon; Track Team; K-Club; Pointsville Vanceburg Winchester lliamsburg ident Union Louisville dance com- Louisville Spiked Shoe DONALD H. RIDGE, Education . . . Louisville Football J. CRAIG RIDDLE, A. S Madisonville Sigma Alpha Epsilon ELOISE RIDLEY, Ag. Home Ec. . . Beaver Dam Phi Upsilon Omicron NOEL RIGAU, Ag, Home Ec. . Yauco, Puerto Rico Stray Greeks; Nu Sigma Beta; SUB dance committee; Cos- mopolitan Club CHARLES L. RIGGEN, Engineering . . Bradford JAMES W. RIGGS, Commerce Russell Delta Tau Delta THOMAS L. RILEY, Ag.S. Home Ec. . . . Ghent WILLIAM P. RINGO, Engineering . . Frankfort Kappa Alpha; Pershing Rifles; Civil Engineers HURL RISNER, Commerce Burkhort LOUIS R. RITTER, Commerce .... Newport Accounting Club JAMES O ' NEIL ROAN, Engineering . . Pineville Electrical Engineers HUGH A. ROACH, Commerce Jeffersontown Alpha Sigma Phi; Alpha Zeta; YMCA; Agronomy Club 67 THE FRONT OF JEWELL HALL AT CLOSING TIME 1 BOB ROARK, Commerce .... Barbourville EDWARD A. ROBERTS, A. S. . . . Lexington Alpha Tau Omega, president; Young Democrats; YMCA; Veterans Club ANNA C. ROBINSON, Pharmacy . . Ashland American Pharmaceutical Association, Mortar and Pestle CARROLL G. ROBINSON, Engineering . . Carlisle DON H. ROBINSON, Commerce . . . Lexington Sigma Chi, vice president; Pitkin Club, president; Student Government Association; Keys, president HALDON G. ROBINSON, Commerce . Harrodsburg Chamber of Commerce MILDRED C. RODGERS, Education . . . Liberty Future Teachers; Alma Magna Mater; YWCA ROBERT LESLIE ROGERS, Engineering Frankfort Mechanical Engineers; Men ' s Glee Club; Veterans Club WILLIAM C. ROGERS, A. S Frankfort Phi Delta Theta; Veterans Club JOHN S. ROOP, Engineering .... Lexington CHARLES F. ROSENBERG, Pharmacy . . Louisville Alpha Zeta Omega; American Pharmaceutical Association; Interfraternity Council; YMCA FRANZ E. ROSS, A. S Lexington Veterans Club; Fencing Team; Pi Mu Epsilon; Newman Club; Phi Beta Kappa JAMES C. ROSS, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Equality Alpha Gamma Rho; Alpha Zeta; 4-H Club FRANK A. ROUNSLEY, Commerce . Du Bois, Pa. Accounting Club; Veterans Club THOMAS S. ROWLAND, Education . . Lexington Future Teachers; Interfaith Council; YMCA; Outing Club SAMUEL A. RUARK, Commerce . . . Vonceburg Lambda Chi Alpha HAROLD J. RUCKER, Low Lexington Sigma Chi; Phi Alpha Delta; Lamp and Cross AUGUST H. RUNYON, Engineering . . Ashland GEORGE C. SAKONA, Engineering . Brooklyn, N. Y. Veterans Club, treasurer STANLEY W. SALCHLI, Education . . Frankfort Troupers 5 CHARLOTTE SALISBURY, Commerce . Prestonsburg Alpha Gamma Delta, president, secretary; Panhellenic, president; Cwens; Guignol; YWCA; Chamber of Commerce; Student Government Association RUPERT SAMPLES, Ag. Home Ec. . Fancy Farm Alpha Zeta; Dairy Club; Baptist Student Union; Phi Eta Sigma MARY LYNN SANDERS, A. S. . . . Lexington Delta Delta Delta; Tau Sigma; YWCA; League of Women Voters; SUB poster committee OSCAR SANDUS, A. S. . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Phi Beta Kappa; American Chemical Society; Hillel Foun- dation; International Zionist Federation; Veterans Club DON C. SARGENT, A. S Benton VIRGINIA BOWIE SATTERFIELD, A. S. . Princeton Zeta Tau Alpha; Band; Women ' s Glee Club; YWCA MARVIN V. SATTERLY, Pharmacy . . Chaplin American Pharmaceutical Association VALERIE SAUNDERS, A. S Pineville Delta Delta Delta; YWCA; SUB activities committee; League of Women Voters DON K. SAYLOR, Engineering . . . Barbourville Sigma Phi Epsilon RUTH SAYRE, Commerce . . . Dunbar, W. Vo. Alpha Delta Pi; Chamber of Commerce; YWCA JUNE SCHAFFNER, A. S Lexington WILLIAM F. SCHAFFNIT, Ed. Football West Haven, Conn. MITZI SCHEER, Education Louisville WAA; YWCA GEORGE SCHIFFERDECKER, Pharmacy . Louisville Kappa Psi, president; American Pharmaceutical Associa- ROBERT RUPARD, Commerce North Middletown Phi Sigma Kappa, social chairman; Men ' s Glee Club; Vet- erans Club; Fencing Team; YMCA WILLIAM (RUSTY) RUSSELL, A. S. . . Louisville Beta Theta Pi; Stray Greeks, president; Student Govern- ment Asso lity Coun n; Lamp and Cross, secretary; Interfrater- nces; Phalanx; Radio Studios; Kernel; Pit- kin Club; YMCA Cabinet; University Social Committee BETTY LOUISE RUTH, Commerce Owensboro J. R. RUTTER, A. S Paducah Lambda Chi Alpha ALBERT J. SCHIFFLI, Education . W ashington, Ind. Pi Kappa Alpha; Future Teachers; Newman Club; Physical Education Club; Football; Basketball JOHN SCHNEITER, Commerce . . Jeffersontown Interfaith Council Canterbury Club; YMCA Cabinet; Lutheran Student Association; Cosmopolitan Club; Ac- counting Club; Chamber of Commerce; Pitkin Club MARTHA E. SCHUBERT, A. S Dover Zeta Tau Alpha, vice president; Future Teachers; League of Women Voters; YWCA; Alpha Lambda Delta, historian HUGH G. SCOTT, Commerce Lexington 68 THE LANCES CARNIVAL IN THE FALL r U 69 FOOTBALL GAMES, BLANKETS, AND BANNERS r i U 70 JOKES ABOUT PRESIDENT PATTERSON ' S STATUE LEE ANNA SCOTT, Education . . . Lexington YWCA; Westminister Fellowship; Pitkin Club; Future Teachers BETTY SEAY, Education Mayfield Kappa Alpha Theta; YWCA; Future Teachers; Band Spon- sor; Pershing Rifles Sponsor SUZANNE SEESE, Ag.8. Home Ec. . Clendenin, W. Va. Alpha Delta Pi; YWCA; Home Economics Club CHESTER L. SELF, Commerce Olmsteod JO ANNE SELLARDS, A. S Lexington Kappa Kappa Gamma; Home Economics Club; SUB dance committee; K-Dets; Tau Sigma; League of Women Voters HARRY W. SETTLE, A. S Louisville 2 DOLORES RUTH SHAIKUN, A. S. . Greensburg Tau Alpha Pi; YWCA; Hillel Foundation; Interfaith Coun- cil; Social Work Club; Band JAMES SHANE, Ag.8. Home Ec. . . . Lexington ROBERT M. SHEARER, Commerce . . . Erianger Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Pershing Rifles HAROLD SHEEHAN, A. S Georgetown ANN PEAKE SHEHAN, A. S. . . . Bordstown Delta Zeta, president, vice president; League of Women Voters, secretary; Tau Sigma; Young Democrats, secretary; YWCA; Psychology Club; Radio Studios NANCY SHELBOURNE, A. S. . . . Anchorage Chi Omega; Leagu e of Women Voters CHARLES C. SHIELDS, Commerce . . Lexington NELL R. SHIELDS, Ag. Home Ec. . . Owingsville Home Economics Club NANCY SHINNICK, A. S Wilmette, 111. Chi Omega, president; Phi Beta Kappa; Mortar Board; League of Women Voters; Student Union Board; Canter- bury Club; Alma Magna Mater; Troupers; Phi Sigma lota; Kernel CLARENCE H. SHORT, Ag. Home Ec. Phi Delta Theta, house manager; Men ' s Gl Louisville Club BETTIE REE SHREWSBURY, Education . Leitchfield Kappa Kappa Gamma; League of Women Voters; YWCA; SUB Dance committee; Future Teachers BETTY ANN SHROPSHIRE, A. S. . . Lexington Delta Delta Delta, marshall, rush chairman; Mortar Board; League of Women Voters, president, vice president; YW- CA; Student Union Board; Philosophy Club, secretary GARNETT LEE SHUFFETT, Pharmacy . Greensburg American Pharmaceutical Association WILLIAM J. SIEMENS, JR., A. S. . . Louisville Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Chi Omega; American Chemical Society; Newman Club DOROTHY SILER, A. S Lexington Alpha Xi Delta; Alma Magna Mater; Baptist Student Union; Dutch Lunch Club; Guignol; Young Republicans; Women ' s Glee Club ROBERT B. SIMMONS, Commerce . . . Glasgow Sigma Nu; Chamber of Commerce; YMCA; Veterans Club JOHN P. SIMMS, Commerce .... Springfield MARY SIMMS, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Springfield MARY SIMPKINS, Ag. Home Ec. . . Norton, Vo. Zeta Tau Alpha; Home Economics Club; YWCA Lynchburg, Va. DULCIE ROSETTA SIMPSON, Ed. Stray Greeks; Future Teachers EMANUEL B. SINGER, Commerce . . Lexington Zeta Beta Tau, president; Hillel Foundation, president; Interfraternity Council DEWEY SIZEMORE, Commerce .... Hazard MARY LOUISE SKIDMORE, Education . Lexington Women ' s Glee Club; Dutch Lunch Club; YWCA; Future Teachers MARY D. SLAUGHTER, Commerce . . Henderson Chamber of Commerce, director; Beta Gamma Sigma; Al- pha Lambda Delta; Accounting Club; YWCA; Mortar Board RALPH W. SLONE, Engineering . . . Soft Shell WILLIAM E. SLONE, A. S Grayson Sigma Phi Epsilon; Radio Studios E. HOLMES SMART, A. S Mt. Sterling Kappa Alpha BETTY LEE SMEDLEY, A. S Jenkins Alpha Xi Delta; League of Women Voters; YWCA BILLY E. SMITH, Commerce . . . Paris, Tenn. CHARLES SMITH, Ag.8, Home Ec. Campbellsville EMORY A. SMITH, A.8, S Racelond Pryor Pre-Med Society; Bacteriology Society HARRY ALCIDE SMITH, Pharmacy . . Merrimac American Pharmaceutical Association HAZEL JO SMITH, Ag.8. Home Ec. . . Finchvillo Home Economics Club; 4-H Club; YWCA; Wesley Founda- tion; Hamilton House; Women ' s Glee Club JAMES E. SMITH, Engineering . . JOHN W. SMITH, Ag.8. Home Ec. Alpha Gamma Rho KENNETH E. SMITH, Engineering Civil Engineers; Veterans Club . . Buechel Owenton Richmond, Ind. 71 FRATERNITY AND SORORITY STICKERS ON CARS OMAR T. SMITH, Engineering Lexington Triangle; Pi Tau Sigma; Kentucky Engineer; Mechanical Engineers RICHARD S. SMITH, Law Lexington Phi Alpha Delta STEVE SMITH, JR., A. S Pineville SYLVIA SMITH, Ag. Home Ec. . . Brandenburg Phi Upsilon Omicron, president; Mortar Board; Newman Club; Home Economics Club; YWCA THOMAS J. SMITH, Engineering . . . Louisville THOMAS PRICE SMITH, Commerce . . Lexington Phi Delta Theta CHARLES SMITHER, Commerce . New Albany, Ind. Veterans Club WOODROW W. SMITHER, Engineering . Versailles Scabbard and Blade; Civil Engineers WILLIAM K. SNEAD, A. S Owensboro Alpha Sigma Phi BILLY RAY SNELLEN, Commerce . Shepherdsville RAYMOND SORAD, JR., Engineering Lexington ADRIAN SOLOMON, A. S. . . Brooklyn, N. Y. JOHN E. SOPER, JR., Ag. Home Ec. . . Carlisle Phi Sigma Kappa; Alpha Zeta; Block and Bridle; Veterans Club; YMCA THOMAS M. SORRELL, Ag. Home Ec. . Bordstown Portsmouth, Ohio WILLIAM H. SOWERS, Lav Delta Chi HARRIETTS SPALDING, Education . Bowling Green Kappa Alpha Theta; YWCA; WAA RALPH T. SPEARS, Pharmacy . . Bowling Green Phi Delta Chi; Student Council, president; Student Book Store, manager; American Pharmaceutical Association HENRY S. SPENCER, Commerce . . . Lexington JEAN ANN SPERGEL, Pharmacy . . . Louisville American Pharmaceutical Association; Mortar and Pestle ROBERTA SPICER, A. S Lexington Phi Beta; Women ' s Glee Club; Choristers; Spanish Club CLAUDE S. SPROWLS, Commerce . . . Louisville Alpha Tau Omega, president; Student Government Associ- ation; Junior Intramural Manager; Senior Intramural Man- ager; Interfraternity Council; YMCA Cabinet; Lances; Great Greeks of America; College Chamber of Commerce; SGA Most Valuable Assemblyman Award; Intramural All- Participation Award; Veterans Club JERRY L. SPURR, Commerce .... Louisville MARIAN STAFFORD, A. S Lexington Women ' s Glee Club; Choristers; Phi Beta HAROLD L. STANCIL, Commerce Chamber of Commerce; Veterans Club Wheelwright CATHERINE STAPLETON, Commerce . . Longley BAYARD M. STARNES, Commerce . . Waver ' y Phi Kappa Tau; Veterans Club; Newman Club CARLTON E. STEELE, Engineering . . Lexington Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Sigma Pi Sigma MILDRED M. STEELE, A. S Lexington SANDRA STEELE, Education . . . Shreveport, La. Alpha Gamma Delta; League of Women Voters; YW CA; Future Teachers; House Presidents Council ROBERT STEPHENS, Law .... Ft. Mitchell Delta Tau Delta JOHN JACOB STEVENS, Pharmacy . . Fort Knox American Pharmaceutical Association BARBARA STEWART, A. S. . TIptonville, Tenn. Alpha Delta Pi; Radio Studios; Women ' s Glee Club; SUB dance committee BERYL STEWART, Education .... Longley Future Teachers; YWCA C. H. STEWART II, Engineering . . . Wilmore GEORGE STEWART, Commerce . . . Flat Lick Alpha Tau Omega JACK STEWART, Commerce .... Plot Lick Alpha Tau Omega JOYCE STEWART, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Longley Home Economics Club JAMES C. STITES, Engineering Henderson Delta Tau Delta; Veterans Club; Lances; YMCA; Electrical Engineers; Radio Club; Men ' s Glee Club RAYMOND B. STIVERS, Ag. Home Ec. . Owenton RUPERT E. STIVERS, A. S Paducah Kappa Sigma; Pryor Pre-Med Society; Band PAUL J. STOCK, Engineering .... Lexington Triangle; Electrical Engineers; Keys; Kentucky Engineer ELSIE JEANNE STOKES, A. S. . . Harrodsburg League of Women Voters; YWCA .72 TAVERN, COTTAGE, HORSESHOE, ZEBRA, ROSE STREET u 73 PEP RALLIES AND RIOTOUS SNAKE DANCES DOWNTOWN m (Ti illra ' I ' wd ' m t H I l, UI Jk. - r U ■c ' Ati i A 74 THE WHEEL WITH TEN PICTURES IN THE KENTUCKIAN 1 WILLIAM A. STOLL, Commerce Georgetown Pi Kappa Alpha, president; Interfraternify Council DON STONE, A. S Mt. Sterling Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Mu Alpha; Men ' s Glee Club; Band; Orchestra FRANCIS R. STONE, Eng. . . Huntington, W. Vo. Pi Tau Sigma, secretary JACK M. STONE, Commercp .... Lexington WILLARD STOOKE, Engineering Bowling Green BERNARD B. STRANGE, Commerce . . rronkfort HARRY STRATTON, Ag. Home Ec. . Lowrenceburg IRIS GAY STRATTON, Pharmacy . Lowrenceburg American Pharmaceutical Association; Mortar and Pestle DOROTHY STRUVE, Education . Future Teachers, YWCA JEANNE STUBBS, Ag. Home Ec. Delta Zeta, treasurer; YWCA; Home BARKLEY J. STURGILL, A. S. Sigma Chi; Interfraternity Council; 240; Basketball; Koffee Klub DANIEL P. SULLIVAN, Commerce Clinton, Iowa Toylorsville Prestonsburg Committee of JO ANN TALLEY, A. S St. Matthews Zeta Tau Alpha; Phi Beta; SuKy; Kentuckian; Choristers; Radio Studios; Mixed Chorus; Women ' s Glee Club; Madri- gal Singers; Newman Club; University Social Committee; Student Union Board; YWCA; Young Democrats; German Club RUTH E. TANDY, Education . WAA; Council; Kappa Delta Pi; Cw Carrollton s; Who ' s Who Campton Louisville Physical Educa- High Splint MARTIN H. TAULBEE, Education . Future Teachers DOROTHY L. TAYLOR, Education WAA; Future Teachers; Kappa Delta tion Club EDWARD B. TAYLOR, Engineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon EDWIN W. TAYLOR, A. S Lexington Alpha Sigma Phi; Canterbury Club; Phalanx; Pitkin Club; Veterans Club; Interfaith Council ELEANOR TAYLO R, A. S Lexington Bacteriology Society HENRY A. TAYLOR, JR., Commerce . Henderson Kappa Alpha; Pitkin Club; Cosmopolitan Club; Alma Mag- na Mater; Band; Freshman Club; YMCA MICHAEL SULLIVAN, Commerce Frankfort BETTY SUNLEY, Education .... Lexington Mortar Board; Chi Delta Phi; Newman Club; Interfaith Council; Future Teachers; Dutch Lunch Club; Harlan Coun- ty Club CLIFFORD L. SURFACE, Engineering Covington Lexington WILLIAM T. SURVANT, Commerce Sigma Nu; Scabbard and Blade JOHN T. SUTAK, A. S. . . . Tiltonsville, Ohio Lambda Chi Aloha WILLIAM K. SUTTON, Commerce Phi Delta Theta Lexington HIRAM TAYLOR, JR., Education . Future Teachers JOHN D. TAYLOR, Commerce . . Baptist Student Union Council; Veteran JOHN L. TAYLOR, Ag. Home Ec. . LAWRENCE B. TAYLOR, Commerce Whitesburg Owensboro Club Georgetown Whitesburg Lowrenceburg LUCY G. TAYLOR, Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association; Mortar and Pestle MARION R. TAYLOR, Commerce . . . Ashland Phi Sigma Kappa; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; Veterans Club 4 WILLIAM E. SWEENEY, A. S. . . . Lexington American Chernrcal Society LOUISE SWINFORD, A. S Carlisle Alpha Xi Delta; Phi Beta; Kentuckian; Guignol; Alma Magna Mater; Radio Studios; Committee of 240; YWCA; Jewell Hall Chorus; Jewell Hall, vice president; Interdorm Council JEAN SWOPE, A. S Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta, secretary; YMCA; Bacteriology Soci- ety; Dutch Lunch Club SARAH TALBOT, A. S Burkesville Alpha Delta Pi; YWCA; German Club NORMAN L. TAYLOR, Ag. Home Ec. . Augusta Agronomy Club PEGGY TAYLOR, Education . Williamson, W. Va. Alpha Xi Delta; YWCA; Future Teachei Delta Commerce WILTON C. TEATER, Commerce ROY E. TEICHERT, Commerce . Phalanx; Interfaith Council; Luther, ISOM J. TERRY, Commerce . JAMES HILARY TERRY, Pharmacy . American Pharmaceutical Association; Mortar and Pestle imber of Lancaster Lourelton, N. Y. Student Association Lexington Sonora 75 THE HOT RIVALRY OF BEAUTY CONTESTS 1 ALBERT THOMAS, Com. . Point Pleasant, W. Va. CHARLES C. THOMAS, Commerce . . Winchester DAVID A. THOMAS, Commerce . . . Lexington Phi Delta Theta WILLIAM JOHN THOMAS, Engineering . Ashland Electrical Engineers GUY P. THOMPSON, Engineering Brandenburg HERBERT THOMPSON, Engineering . . Lexington Alpha Tau Omega; Scabbard and Blade; Mechanical Engi- neers ROBERT D. THOMPSON, Engineering . Lexington Radio Stud.os; Radio Club HOLLAND THRASHER, Ag. Home Ec. . Ellington Alpha Zeta; 4-H Club WILLIAM F. THRELKELD, Low . . Williamstown Phi Alpha Delta; Kentucky Law Journal; Student Bar As- sociation HAROLD L. THURMAN, A. S. . . . Louisville Sigma Chi, historian, editor; Keys; Art Club, president NEILAN THURMAN, Commerce . . . Lexington Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Veterans Club JOHN H. THURMAND, A. S. . Somerville, Tenn. Pryor Pre-Med Society; Veterans Club; Wesley Founda- tion MEL TINSLEY, Engineering .... Louisville Scabbard and Blade; Metallurgical Engineers DORIS TIPTON, A. S Danville Canterbury Club; YWCA St. Louis, Mo. Lexington FRANCIS W. TOMICH, A. S. . YMCA WILLIAM M. TOTTY, Commerce Sigma Nu; Veterans Club JO TRAPP, Commerce Lexington Delta Delta Delta; Tau Sirma, Koffee Klub; YWCA; K- Dets; Secretarial Club J. TRACY TRIGG, Ag. Home Ec. . Flemingsburg Alpha Gamma Rho; Freshman Basketball WILLIAM E. TRIPLETT, A. S Corbin Sigma Phi Epsilon; Pryor Pre-Med Society, vice president GEORGE W. TROTTER, A. S. Campbellsville MERCEDES TRUJILLO, A. S. . . Colombia, S. A. Newman Club; Cosmopolitan Club; YWCA GEORGE B. TUGGLE, A. S Somerset Men ' s Glee Club; Veterans Club ROBERT J. TURLEY, JR., Low . . . Mt. Sterling Kappa Alpha; Phi Delta Phi; Student Bar Association; Vet- erans Club; Interfraternity Council WINFIELD RAY TURLEY, A. S. . Madison, W. Va. Sigmj Cm, president; Interfraternity Council 5 RUBY JANE TURNER, A. S. . . . Marrowbone YWCA; Committee of 240; Social Work Club ROY TURPIN, Pharmacy Liberty American Pharmaceutical Association MONTE R. TUSSEY, A. S. . . . Wheelwright Kentuckian, associate editor; Kernel; Canterbury Club: Press Club WILLIAM E. TUTTLE, Commerce . . Lexington Phi Sigma Kappa; Pershing Ritles; Scabbard and Blade; Interfraternity Council; Chamber of Commerce; Account- ing Club; Veterans Club JAMES A. TYLER, Law ... . West Liberty Phi Delta Phi INGRID ULLMAN, A. S Horlon 6 BILLY G. VALENTINE, Engineering . , . Fulton EDGAR L. VANCE, A. S. .. . Elizabethtown SEBASTIAN VAN GOUDOEVER, A. S. . . . . . . . The Hague, Hollond YMCA Cabinet; Phalanx; Lances; Cosmopolitan Club, pres- ident; Symphony Orchestra; Pitkin Club ANNA VARNEY, Ag. Home Ec . . . . Williomson, W. Va. Delta Zeta; Home Economics Club; YWCA; Women ' s Glee Club DELBERT VAUGHT, Ag. Home Ec. . Science Hill Alpha Zeta LEE H. VENSEL, A. S Lexington Pryor Pre-Med Society; Wesley Foundation JOHN B. VIGLE, A. S Lexington Phi Kappa Tau; Veterans Club; Art Club; Newman Club, assistant treasurer; Philosophy Club MANUEL A. VILA, Eng. . Rio Piedros, Puerto Rico Williamstown RAYMOND R. VINCENT, Low . Phi Delta Phi; Student Bar Association Paducah . Danville YMCA; Inter- THANASO VLAHOLEAS, Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Association JAMES L. VOLNER, Commerce . Phi Delta Theta; Chamber of Commi fraternity Council WILLIAM G. VOORHES, Engineering Lexington Sigma Phi Epsilon; Alpha Chi Sigmj; Norwood Society ot M ning and Metallurgical Engineers; Radio Studios; SuKy; Phalanx; YMCA; Kernel 76 BULLETIN BOARDS LOADED DOWN WITH SIGNS U 77 SADIE HAWKINS WEEK AND THE DOGPATCH CLOTHES r u 78 BRIDGE GAMES, ANYWHERE YOU LOOK, DAY N IGHT JOHN F. WADDLE, Commerce . Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Gamma Sign Somerset littee of 240; Veterans Club ALEXANDER J. WALKER, Commerce . Louisville FREDERICK L. WALKER, Engineering . Winchester HOMER M. WALKER, Engineering . . . Louise Phi Sigma Kappa; Pershing Rifles; Civil Engineers JULIAN R. WALKER, A. S Lexington RICHARD E. WALKER, Commerce . . Frankfort Sigma Phi Epsilon; Canterbury Club; Men ' s Glee Club JOHN R. WARREN, Engineering . . . 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S Georgetown Kappa Alpha, president; Alma Magna Mater, Pershing Rifles, Canterbury Club HARRY E. WALLER, Engineering . . Crittenden YMCA; Radio Club JAMES E. WALTERS, Engineering Bowling Green PAUL WINSTON WALTERS, Engineering . Ashland Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma; Mechanical Engineers JOHN J. T. WALTHALL, Commerce . . Ashland Delta Tau Delta; Pershing Rifles; Troupers JOHN MAXEY WALTON, Commerce . Munfordville Scabbard and Blade, treasurer; German Club; Chamber of ROTC Regimental Commander BERTHA FLORENCE WARD, Education . . Harlan Stray Greeks; Lambda Chi; YWCA Cabinet; Pitkin Club; Future Teachers; Philosophy Club; Business Education Club; SUB dance committee BETTY TUCKER WARD, Ed. . . Vero Beach, Flo. Alpha Xi Delta; Chamber of Commerce; Future Teachers; Baptist Student Union BARBARA SUE WARREN, A. S Staten Island, N. Y. SuKy; Theta Sigma Phi, treasurer; Kentuckian; Kernel, news editor; YWCA; Alma Magna Mater; SUB dance com- mittee; Dutch Lunch Club, vice president; Freshman Club ALLENE WEATHERS, Commerce . . . Lexington Baptist Student Union; Dutch Lunch Club; Secretarial Club ROBERT E. WEAVER, A. S Lexington YMCA Cabinet; Pitkin Club; Interfraternity Council; Band; Golf; Bacteriology Society; Phi Eta Sigma WILLIAM V. WEAVER, Education . Flemingsburq Alpha Tau Omega; Future Teachers DANA A. WEBB, Engineering . St. Albans, W. Vc. Mechanical Engineers MARY KATHERINE WEBB, A. S. . Concord, N. H. YWCA; Canterbury Club; Social Work Club RICHARD G. WEIL, Ag. Home Ec. Zeta Beta Tau Lexington 6 PHIL J. WEISENBERGER, Commerce . . Midway Kappa Alpha ALMA JEAN WEISER, Ag. Home Ec. . Louisville Home Economics Club; YWCA; Alma Magna Mater FRANCIS B. WELLS, A. S Lexington JAMES A. WELLS, Ag. Home Ec. . . Arlington Alpha Zeta JOHN B. WELLS, A. S Lexington R. C. WELLS, Ag. Home Ec Baptist JAMES P. WESLEY, Commerce Delta Chi ROBERT P. WESLEY, Commerce Kappa Sigma JAMES E. WESSELS, Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha VERNON WETHERBY, JR., Eng. Morehead Morehead Lexington Louisville ROBERT LEWIS WHALEN, Commerce . Cynthiano Veterans Club S. J. WHALEN, Engineering .... Frankfort Sigma Nu; Alpha Chi Sigma, vice president Norwood Society of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers; YMCA 79 THE DIGNIFIED MARCH ACROSS STOLL FIELD 1 CHARLES E. WHALEY, A. S. . . Williamstown Sigma Phi Epsilon, president, editor; Ptii Beta Kappa; Ken- tuckian, editor, managing editor; SuKy, president; Phi Eta Sigma, charter president; Constitutionalist Party, president; Omicron Delta Kappa; Who ' s Who; Student Union Board, Student Government Association; YMCA Cabinet; Kernel, columnist, reporter; Lances; Keys, treasurer; Radio Studios; Men ' s Glee Club; Pitkin Club; Phalanx; Press Club; Lamp and Cross; Kentucky Press Association journalism award; Board of Student Publications; University Social Commit- tee; PIC Magazine College Council; Interfraternity Council LOUIS A. WHALEY, Commerce . . . Maysville Newman Club; Independents; Veterans Club JOE S. WHEELER, Law Russellville PAUL E. WHELAN, Commerce . . . Louisville Phi Sigma Kappa JACK L. WHICKER, Commerce . . . Lexington Canterbury Club; Phi Mu Alpha; Band; Orchestra; Men ' s Glee Club; Radio Studios BETTY WHITE, A. S Middlesboro Alpha Delta Pi; House Presidents Council, treasurer; YW- CA; Social Work Club 2 DORRITT JEAN WHITE, A. S. . . . Lexington Alpha Gamma Delta; Chi Delta Phi; Mortar Board; YWCA Cabinet; Cwens; Alpha Lambda Delta; White Math Club; Pi Mu Epsilon JOHN FRANCES WHITE, A. S Cadiz Delta Delta Delta; Mortar Board; Panhellenic Council; Stu- dent Union Board; YWCA; Women ' s Administrative Coun- cil; Attendant to Kentuckian Queen NORMA AILEEN WHITE, A. S. . . . Lexington Zeta Tau Alpha; Pryor Pre-Med Society; Bacteriology Society; YWCA; Dutch Lunch Club; White Math Club; German Club STAN WHITE, JR., Commerce Cadiz Phi Delta Theta ELIZABETH ANN WHITEHEAD, A. S. . Richmond WILLIAM A. WHITEHEAD, A. S. . . Falmouth Kappa Sigma; Pryor Pre-Med Society CAMERON WILLIAMS, Ag. Home Ec, . Henderson Agronomy Club; Veterans Club E. E. WILLIAMS, Engineering . . Nashville, Tenn. Pi Tau Sigma GEORGE T. WILLIAMS, Engineering . . Frankfort JAMES E. WILLIAMS, Engineering Crestwood JEAN WILLIAMS, Ag. Home Ec. . . Elizaville Wesley Foundation, secretary; YWCA; Women ' s Glee Club; Home Economics Club; Home Economics Council JOHN A. WILLIAMS, Pharmacy .... Lesbos Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association JOHN N. WILLIAMS, Engineering . . Lexington Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma LOWELL WILLIAMS, Ag. Home Ec. . West Liberty MARY ANN WILLIAMS, Com. . Sharpies, W. Vo. Stray Greeks PATRICIA ANNE WILLIAMS, A. S. . Chicago, III. Canterbury Club; YWCA; Social Work Club, secretary PAUL E. WILLIAMS, Ag. Home Ec. . . Dingus PAUL R. WILLIAMS, Engineering . . . Ashland WILLIAM H. WILLIAMS, Com. . . Belmont, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau; Chamber of Commerce; YMCA; Veterans Club Irvine WILLIAM R. WILLIAMS, Commerce . Lambda Chi Alpha GEORGE WILLIAMSON, Com. . Williamson, W. Vo. Sigma Chi; Chamber of Commerce LLOYD E. WILLIS, Pharmacy .... Richmond Kappa Psi; Mortar and Pestle; American Pharmaceutical Association GEORGE WILLMOTT, Ag. Home Ec. . Lexington Sigma Chi ALLEN WILLS, Education . . . . Mt. Sterling Pi Kappa Alpha; Wesley Foundation, president; Interfaith Council, president; Future Teachers; American Chemical Society BRYAN W. WHITFIELD, Commerce . . Brookside Alma Magna Mater; Harlan County Club; All-Campus Party; Independents EVERETT A. WICK, Engineering . . . Louisville Student Government Association; Norwood Society of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers CLAUD N. WILCHER, A. S. . . . Minden, La BETTY WILEY, Education .... Bristol, Vo. Kappa Kappa Gamma, president; WAA Council; League of Women Voters HOWARD F. WILKIRSON, Commerce . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Pershing Rifles; Veterans Club; SUB dance committee AGNES CAUDILL WILLIAMS, Education Future Teachers; Committee of 240 Lynch AMY DEAN WILLS, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Loyall Mortar Board; Phi Upsilon Omichon; Wesley Foundation Cabinet; YWCA; Alpha Lambda Delta CHARLES H. WILLS, Commerce . . . Shelbyville Phi Kappa Tau; Lances; Chamber of Commerce; Scabbard and Blade; Pershing Rifles; Veterans Club BINGHAM H. WILLSON, Educotion Moro, Ark. Scabbard and Blade; Future Teachers EVA ELIZABETH WILSON, Commerce Somerset YWCA LOUISE ANNE WILSON, A. S. . . . Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta; Theta Sigma Phi, president, secretary; Kappa Alpha Theta secretary; Vague, business manager; League of Women Voters; YWCA; Phi Beta Kappa MARGARET WILSON, Education . . Brandenburg House Presidents Council; WAA; Future Teachers 80 WALKING UP TO RECEIVE THE COVETED DIPLOMA u 81 THUS ENDS A CHAPTER IN THEIR LIVES u mV - 82 OPENING UP A NEW AND MORE CHALLENGING ONE. Owensboro a; Economics Club; Ellsworth, III. MITZI WILSON, Ag. Home Ec. Alpha Delta Pi; YWCA Cabinet; Ho Pitkin Club; 4-H Club; Band STEPHEN J. WILSON, Education . Gamma Delta; Future Teachers WILLIAM ESTILL WILSON, Pharmocy . Lexington Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association EDWARD WINCHESTER, Commerce . . Stearns Veterans Club MARGARET WINFOUGH, A. S. . . . Frankfort WAA CHARLES D. WINGES, Engineering . . Louisville Radio Club BETTY JANE WINZELER, A. S. . . Canton, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta; YWCA; Pitkm Club; League of Women Voters MARY WITT, Education . . . Kingsport, Tenn. Stray Greeks BETTY MARTIN WOLFE, A. S. . . Georgetown Kappa Alpha Theta; League of Women Voters; Pitkin Club; Sociology Club; Social Work Club; YWCA DOROTHY ANNE WOOD, A. S. . . . Princeton Alpha Xi Delta; YWCA; Pitkin Club; League of Women Women Voters R. WICKLIFFE WOOD, Engineering Triangle RALPH WOODBURN, Com. Lexington Pine Grove, W. Va. JOHN X. WOODRUFF, Education . . . Versailles Future Teachers; Newman Club; Independents; YMCA JAMES W. WOODY, Engineering . . . Lexington Tau Beta Pi; Engineering Student Council; Sigma Pi Sigma; Electrical Engineers; Men ' s Glee Club ALICE WORD, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Oak Grove SuKy; Home Economics Club; 4-H Club; YWCA; Baptist Student Union; Fall. Festival Queen CARROLL E. WORD, A.S. S Lexington Men ' s Glee Club RALPH G. WORSTER, Commerce . . . Erionger Golf CAROLYN WRAY, A. S. . . . Malone, N. Y. Delta Delta Delta, YWCA; Philosophy Club; Women ' s Glee W. B. WRENCH, A. S Myers Phi Sigma Kappa; Track Tca.m; Guignol; Kern3l; Student Government Association BENTON MACK WRIGHT, A. S Neon Pryor Pre-Med Society HAROLD B. WRIGHT, Commerce . . . Ashland Delta Tau Delta; Pershing Rifles; Men ' s Glee Club; Chor- isters THOMAS L. WUERDEMAN, A. S. . . Ashland Lambda Chi Alpha CHARLES W. WURST, Commerce . . Covington Chess Club; SUB activities committee WILLIAM A. WYATT, Engineering Mt. Sterling Band; Electrical Engineers; Radio Studios SINGLETON J. YEARY, Commerce . Nicholasvillc Sigma Chi RUDY YESSIN, Law Lexington Phi Delta Phi; Basketball ATHENA YONKOS, A. S Lexington Tau Sigma; YWCA; White Math Club; Independents; Pryor Pre-Med Society, president; Dutch Lunch Club BENNETT B. YOUNG, Education . North Middletown Future Teachers RAMON YOUNG, Engineering . . . Mt. Sterling Mechanical Engineers QUINZIO ZABBAN, Commerce . . . Louisville Men ' s Glee Club 83 THE JUNIOR CLASS We ' re still in the UK act, But it won ' t be long now. The goal looms ever nearer. And someday we ' ll be seniors. We ' re the Class of 1950, And next year will be ours. JUNIOR.. ..IS A WORD OF EXPECTATION 1 JOHN ABEL, A. S Louisville Sigma Nu CHARLES C. ADAMS, A. S Hazard Sigma Chi JOAN ADAMS, Education Lexington Alpha Dslta Pi PAUL W. ADAMS, Engineering .... Ashland Phi Sigma Kappa JEWELL G. ADDISON, Commerce . . . Trenton ERWIN F. ALBRECHT, JR., A. S. . . Louisville Sigma Nu DOUGLAS K. ALBRIGHT, Eng, . . . Prestonsburg Triangle DEWEY ALLEN, Commerce . . i;appa Sigma DOROTHY JEAN ALLEN, A. S. . GWENDOLYN ALLEN, A. S. . HUBERT ALLEN, A. S .. . . ESTEL KING ALTMAN, Pharmacy . BRANTLY D. AMBERG, Commerce Alpha Tau Omega FRED A. AMENT, A. S. . . . Phi Sigma Kappa Bardstown Lexington Covington Morehead Greensburg Hickman Ft. Thomas ADELE AMMAR, Commerce . Delta Zeta CALVIN D. ANDERSON, A. S. Bluefield, W. Vo. Owingsville EMILY ANDERSON, A. S Somerset Kappa Alpha Theta BETTY ANDES, Ag. Home Ec. . . East Bernstodt HAROLD E. ARMSEY, Commerce . Portsmouth, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi MAY ARNOLD, Ag. Home Ec. . ARTHUR ASBURY, Ag. Home Ec. Phi Delta Theta Owenton Cincinnati, O. ROBERT L ASPLEY, Engineering . . . Franklin Sigma Alpha Epsilon WILLIAM V. ATHERTON, Pharmacy . . Louisville FRANK A. ATKINS, A. S Lexington Sigma Nu LOUISE AYRES, A. S Cynthiona Alpha Gamma Delta JACK BAILEY, Educotion . . . Sigma Phi Epiilon A. DOYLE BAKER, Engineering . . JOHN A. BALDRIDGE, Commerce Somers3t Loj.sville ANNIE MAE BALLARD, Ag. Home Ec. . Winchester CALVIN E. BARBER, Commerce . . Ashland VICTOR BARBIERI, Engineering . New York, N. Y. JAMES L, BARLOW, A. S Georgetown Pi Kappa Alpha RUSSELL M. BARNES, Engineering . Russell Springs Triangle JOHN V. BARNETT, Ag. Home Ec. Bagdad KATHERINE BARNETT, A. S. . . . Shelbyville Alpha Gamma Delta DALE BARNSTABLE, Education . . Antioch, III. CLYDE R. BARROW, Engineering , . . Lexington S. L. BARTALSKY, Engineering . Johnson City, N. Y. Lambda Chi Alpha JAMES MOORE BARTON, Pharmacy . . Louisville TONY LOU BASENBACK, A. S. . . . Russell JANE BASHAM, Ag. Home Ec. . . Hordinsburg Kappa Delta FRANK H. BASSETT III, A. S. . . Hopkinsville Sigma Alpha Epsilon MARILYN RAE BAUER, A. S. . Morgantown, W. Vo. Chi Omega WILLIAM A. BAUMAN, Engineering Owenboro Alpha Sigma Phi JOHN D. BEATTY, Engineering . Burlington, Iowa Delta Tau Deltj CARL ERNEST BECK, Pharmocy . . . Louisville RODNEY BECK, A. S Lexington Kappa Sirma CECIL T. BECKETT, Engineering . . Flemingsburg Alpha Sigma Phi SIDNEY ALVIN BEDERMAN, Pharmacy . Louisville Alpha Zeta Omega 86 n to CO en o 87 r V A kU C g| (J X I- p M I- L i (f « ««; ' 1 =i ii .ill 88 IT IS A WORD OF LONGING AND HOPE 1 JAMES EUGENE BELL, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Kappa Psi WILLIAM R. BENNETT, Commerce . . Bardstown Kappa Sigma DAVID D. BENTLEY, A. S. . . . Cctlettsburg Prii Sigma Kappa SHIRLEY ANN BERG, A. S Louisville WESTON D. BERGMAN, Engineering . . . Irvine GERALD L. BERRYMAN, A. S. . . . Winchester ALVIN ROSCOE BERTRAM, Phormccy . Monticelb Phi Delta Chi 2 PAUL J. BICKEL, Engineering .... Louisville S.gma Chi LEWIS BIGGERSTAFF, Engineering . . . Berea VERNON BINGHAM, A. S DeWitt WILLIAM T. BIRD, JR., Commerce . Jackson, Tenn. Kappa Alpha EDITH BISHOP, A. S Madisonville Kappa Delta WILLIAM BIXLER, Law Frankfort GEORGE E. BLACKSTONE, A. S. . La Grange, III. Phi Kappa Tau 3 M. JEANETTE BLAIR, Ag. Home Ec. . . Corbin Zeta Tau Alpha NELL BLAIR, A. S Sacramento Delta Zeta JOHN G BLANKENSHIP, Engineering . . Ashland Phi Sigma Kappa JANE BLOUNT, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Lexington Kappa Kappa Gamma HARRY H. BOAZ, A. S Mayfield Phi Sigma Kappa LOVELACE D. BODINE, JR., Commerce . Bloomfield BETTY BOGGESS, A. S Tazewell, Va. Kappa Alpha Thefa 4 JESSE C. BOLLINGER, Commerce . . . Louisville Phi Kappa Tau BONNIE BELLE BOONE, Commerce . . Lexington WALTER S. BOONE, Engineering . . Boone, N. C. Delta Chi JAMES B. BORDERS, Engineering . . . Lexington CHARLES P. BOSMAJIAN, Engineering . Fresno, Calif. ROBERT D. BOULTER, Commerce . . Hopkinsville Sigma Chi MARJORIE BRADFORD, Ag. Home Ec Flemingsburg Alpha Xi Delta JAMES E. BRADLEY, Commerce . . . Lexington Sigma Chi JOHN WILLIAM BRAKE, Pharmacy Burkesville Phi Delta Chi EDWARD T. BREATHITT, Law . . . Hopkinsville Sigma Alpha Epsilon CHARLES BRECKEL, A. S Louisville Delta Chi ROBERT R. BREEDEN, Engineering . . . Midway Sigma Phi Epsilon NANCY BREWER, A. S Mayfield Kappa Alpha Theta LEE BREWSTER, Commerce .... Frankfort Delta Tau Delta JOHN R. BRIDGES, Commerce . . . Henderson Phi Sigma Kappa RUTH JANE BRISTOW, Ag. Home Ec. . Erianger GERALD S. BRITT, Commerce . . . Louisville Sigma Phi Epsilcn DOUG BROWN, A. S Louisville Delta Chi L. DERRAL BROWN, Engineering . . . Marion ROBERT LEE BROWN, A. S Louisville Kappa Alpha ROBERT L. BROWN, JR., Pharmacy Owensboro Kappa Psi WILLIAM C. BROWN, Commerce . . Lexington Sigm Alpha Epsilon CLIFFORD BRUMBAUGH, Commerce Owensboro Kappa Sigma ROBERT N. BRUMFIELD, JR., A. S. . Monticello Sigma Nu VIRGINIA BUCKNER, A. S Paris Delta Delta Delta S. MONROE BURDETTE, Commerce . . Columbia Pi Kappa Alpha ADA EUGENIA BURGIN, A. S. . . Harrodsburg JAMES F. CAINES, Engineering . Huntington, W. Va. 89 JUNIORS, TOO, HAVE THEIR CAMPUS MEMORIES J. C. CALDWELL, Ag Home Ec. . Phi Delta Theta JOSEPH W. CAMPBELL, Engineering Kappa Sigma GEORGE A. CANNON, Commerce . Delta Chi Danville Owensboro Owensboro Sadieville Loyall Lawrenceburg ROBERT M. CARLISLE, Ag. Home Ec. PI Kappa Alpha WILLARD L. CARMICHAEL, Commerce Kappa Alpha BERT CARLTON, Commerce . Phi Kappa Vau JACK L. CARPENTER, Engineering . Bethel, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi WILLIAM B. CARROLL, Engineering . Elizobethtown Alpha Sigma Phi CAROLYN CARSON, A. S Paducoh Kappa Kappa Gamma CARROLL S. CARTER, JR., Engineering . Lexington Triangle ROBERT L. CARTER, Commerce . . Ft. Thomas Sigma Alpha Epsilon ROBERT L. CARTER, A. S. . St. Albans, W. Va. Pi Kappa Alpha MARY CAROLYN CARVER, A. S. . . Somerset BARBARA J. CASH, Education . . . Lexington HENRY J. CASH, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Porksville Alpha Gamma Rho B. HUGH CASSELL, Education .... Lexington Phi Kappa Tau J. T. CAVENDER, Engineering . . Water Valley Phi Sigma Kappa D. D. CAYCE III, Commerce . . . Hopkinsville Pi Kappa Alpha BILL CHANDLER, Commerce .... Carrollton Phi Kappa Tau JAMES L. CHANDLER, Engineering . . . Wingo Triangle LLOYD C. CHILTON, A. S Erianger Sigma Chi CHARLES CHINN, Commerce Delta Chi JACOB CHITLIK, Phormocy Alpha Zeta Omega Owensboro Louisville GERTRUDE CLARY, A. S Lexington Zeta Tau Alpha JOHN W. CLARK, A. S Moysville Pi Kappa Alpha JAMES E. CLARKSON, A. S Moysville Sigma Phi Epsilon DENNIS CLAY, JR., A. S Henderson JAMES M. CLAYTON, JR., Engineering . Moreheod Sigma Chi 5 MICHAEL CLARE, Low Louisville WILLIAM D. CLAY, Commerce . . . Covington FRANK E. CLEGG, JR., Commerce . . Lexington JOHN R. CLIFFORD, Ag.8, Home Ec. . Elizobethtown Sigma Phi Epsilon FRED LYLE COFFEY, Pharmacy .... Cooper Kappa Psi LOIS COLDIRON, A. S Hazard Delta Delta Delta ROBERT M. COLEMAN, Commerce . Bowling Green Sigma Alpha Epsilon 6 JACK U. COLLEY, A. S Moyfield THOMAS A. COLLINS, A. S Lebanon Pi Kappa Alpha DAVID E. COMBS, A. S Anco Kappa Sigma JAMES R. COMBS, A. S Vicco Alpha Sigma Phi RUTH COMBS, Commerce Hazard BETTY JUNE COMPTON, A. S. . . . Lexington Alpha Dalta Pi ELIZABETH ANN CONLEY, Commerce . . Scuddy Stray Greeks GARY CONLEY, Pharmacy .... Pointsville GEORGE R. CONWAY, Ag. Home Ec. . . Milton Phi Kappa Tau WILLIAM A. CONYERS, Pharmacy Owensbo-o Kappa Psi CHRISTINE COOK, Commerce .... Hotton DORIS COOK, A. S Smithlond ERNEST P. COOPER, Commerce . . . Lexington HARRY R. C OOPER, A. S Louisville Alpha Sigma Phi 90 V . n r f - . en o i ' 1 1 i • y ■ o in vV " 00 to _l U I h- 9 yj. vv ? fis i-. fti 92 BUT THEIR MEMORIES ARE REAL AND IN THE PRESENT 1 FRED J. COPLIN, A. S Ashland Phi Sigma Kappa ERNEST L. COULTER, Engineering . . Louisville Delta Chi CHARLES E. COX, A. S Gratz JAMES M. CRAFTON, Education . . Henderson Alpha Gamma Rho RICHARD CRAFTON, Ag. Home Ec. . Henderson Alpha Gamma Rho JOE L. CRAIG, Engineering .... Henderson Pi Kappa Alpha SARA GRAIN, A. S Ashland Alpha Xi Delta 2 GEORGE C. CRISCILLIS, A. S. . . Williamsburg Sigma Alpha Epsilon MARY ANN CRUM, Commerce . . . Pikeville BETTY CRUMP, Ag. Home Ec Paris HELEN CUNNINGHAM, A. S. . . . Peru, Ind. Alpha Delta Pi PAUL J. CUNNINGHAM, A. S. . . . Princeton Pi Kappa Alpha HOWARD CURRY III, Commerce . . . Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha LOUISE CURRY, A. S Lebanon Chi Omega 3 MARJORIE CUTLER, Education . . . Joliet, III. ANTHONY V. DALLAS, Commerce . . Paducoh Sigma Alpha Epsilon WILLIAM DANHAUER, Pharmacy . . Owensboro Phi Delta Chi JOAN D. DANIEL, A. S. . . . Beckley, W. Va. Delta Delta Delta SHELBY W. DARBISHIRE, A. S. . . . Stanford BRIAN W. DAUGHERTY, Low . . . Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha JACK DAVIS, Commerce .... Williamsburg Sigma Alpha Epsilon 4 JOANNE DAVIS, A. S Orlando, Fla. Delta Delta Delta VENITA DAWSON, A. S Lexington Alpha Gamma Delta ROGER DAY, A. S Frostburg, Md. Sigma Phi Epsilon HELEN DEISS, AS. S Lexington Delta Delta Delta FRANK DEMPSEY, A. S Erianger Kappa Sigma THOMAS DEVENNY, A S Freeburn Phi Kappa Tau JOSEPH DEVITA, Education . . Stamford, Conn. Lambda Chi Alpha 5 HUGH D. DILLEHAY, Engineering . . Owensboro Alpha Sigma Phi PAUL L. DILLINGHAM, JR., Commerce . Madisonvilie Sigma Nu TOM DISKIN, A. S Ft. Thomas JAMES A. DIXON, Commerce . . . Miami, Flo. Sigma Alpha Epsilon DON G. DODSON, Commerce .... Lexington Phi Sigma Kappa HAROLD L. DODSON, Engineering . . Paducah Lambda Chi Alpha LEE A. DOLID, Education . . Forrest Hills, N. Y. Kappa Alpha Theta 6 ROBERT F. DOOLIN, A. S. . . . Peebles, Ohio RONALD C. DORFMAN, Ag. Home Ec . . . . Queens Villoge, N. Y. Zeta Beta Tau MATHEW W. DOWNER, A. S. . . . Louisville Phi Kappa Tau GENE B. DOWNING, Commerce . . . Maysville Sigma Alpha Epsilon DOROTHY DEANE DOYLE, Ag. Home Ec. . Paris ALBERT E. DRAKE, Ag. Home Ec. . Georgetown Pi Kappa Alpha DORIS DRAKE, A. S Lexington 7 TRAVIS J. DUERR, A. S Jefferson Pi Kappa Alpha MELVIN K. DUKE, Law Lexington Sigma Phi Epsilon ELVIN E. DUNAWAY, JR., Pharmacy . Henderson Phi Delta Chi MALCOLM DUNN, Engineering . . . Paducah Kappa Sigma JAMES L. DURHAM, Commerce . . Greensburg Sigma Chi WALTER L. EADS, Commerce .... Lexington Phi Sigma Kappa GLORIA EASTBURN, Commerce . . Watseka, III. Alpha Gamma Delta 93 THEY LIKE TO RUSH TO GET THE KERNEL ON FRIDAY 1 BILL EATON, Commccre . . . Bluefieid, W. Vo, Sigma Nu DORIS EITH, Education Louisville Kappa Kappa Gamma BETTY ELLIOTT, Educotion .... Lexington C ' ti Omega JAMES M. ELLIOTT, Engineering . . . Pineville JOSEPH T. ELMES, Pharmacy .... Louisville Kappa Psi PEGGY ELMORE, A. S Lancaster JACK L. ENDERS, A. S Lexington Phi Kappa Tau 2 WILLIAM E. ENDICOTT, Engineering Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon JOHN R. ENDICOTT, Engineering . . Lexington Sigma Chi ROBERT L. ENLOW, Ag. Home Ec. . Hodgenville Alpha Gamma Rho GERARD H. ESTRINE, A. S. . . Brooklyn, N. Y. NORMAN ETHINGTON, Ag. Home Ec. . Shelbyville DON H. EVANS, Ag. Home Ec. . . Nicholasville Sigma Chi JAMES A. EVERSOLE, A. S Louisville Lambda Chi Alpha 3 JAMES LAWRENCE EVERSOLE, Pharmacy . Louisville Kappa Psi ELOISE EWBANK, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Warsaw EVELYN EWING, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Milton Alpha Gamma Delta NELDA EWING, A. S Milton Alpha Gamma Delta DOUGLAS W. EY, A.S, S Lexington Sigma Phi Epsilon BYRNES C. FAIRCHILD, Engineering Paintsville Triangle FRANK FALCK, A. S .. . . New York, N. Y. LOUIS A. FANNING, JR., A. S. . Western Springs, 111. Lambda Chi Alpha HENRY R. FEATHERSTONE, Pharmacy Clinton Phi Delta Chi GLORIA FEEZLE, Commerce .... Mayfield Alpha Gamma Delta KENNETH G. FELTY, Engineering . . Frankfort Kappa Sigma CHARLES S. FERGUS, Engineering . . Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha WALTER BAKER FERGUSON, Commerce . Union Pi Kappa Alpha LOIS FERRING, Education Louisville 5 JOYCE FERRIS, A. S Louisville Kappa Delta JAMES E. FETHE, A. S Hickman Kappa Sigma DAVIS S. FIELDS, Engineering . . . Louisville Sigma Phi Epsilon JEANNE KELLY FINCH, A. S. . . . Lexington Delta Zeta JERALD A. FINCH, A. S Lexington ANN FINE, A. S Louisville Alpha Delta Pi CHARLES W. FINNELL, A. S. . . . Lexington 6 BETTY FISH, Education .... Williamsburg Delta Delta Delta MARIAN FISHER, Ag. Home Ec. . . Lexington ROBERT F. FLEGE, A. S Irvine LUCAS FLOYD, A. S Somerset Kappa Sigma JAMES D. FORD, JR., A. S Paducoh Kappa Sigma EDWARD L. FOSSETT, Commerce . . Falmouth Kappa Sigma BETTY ANN FOSTER, Education . . . Stanford Delta Zeta ALLEN K. FRANK, Engineering . . . Lexington Delta Kappa Epsilon SANFORD FRIEDMAN, Commerce . New York, N. Y. Zeta Beta Tau JAMES W. FRITTS, A. S. . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon JOHNNIE M. FULTON, Commerce Mt. Sterling Mayslick MILTON ELMORE GARDNER, Pharmacy . Louisville Phi Delta Chi GLORIA B. GARNER, A. S Lexington Kappa Kappa Gamma CHARLOTTE GARR, A. S Lexington Kappa Kappa Gamma 94 -i n O NO O 95 o IT) o CO _J (J I I- 96 THEY REMEMBER ROTC CADETS DRILLING IN THE AFTERNOON 1 BETTY GARST, A. S Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta GERALD W GARVEY, Commerce . . Pleasureville WILLIAM R. GENTRY, JR., A. S. . . Bardstown Sigma Phi Epsilon IRVIN GERGELY, A. S Harlan Zeta Beta T«u LOUIS GETZEL, Pharmacy Louisville Alpha Zeta Omega JASWANTRAI GHIA, Engineering . Bombay, India BURDIS BRADSHAW GIDEON, A. S. . . Danville Lambda Chi Alpha 2 GERALD R. GIFFIN, Law Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon MARY GILBERT, Commerce .... Sibley, Mo. HOWARD C. GILES, Ag. Home Ec. . . Herndon Alpha Gamma Rho JOE W. GILES, A. S. . . . Western Springs, III. Phi Kappa Tau HARRY B. GLASS, Commerce .... Lexington Phi Kappa Tau MARY GLEASON, Education . St. Albans, W. Va. Alpha Delta Pi MARGARET GOEHRING, A. S. . . . Henderson Alpha Delta Pi 3 MARY EVELYN GOFF, Education . . Winchester Alpha Xi Delta AL GOLIGHTLY, Commerce .... Evansville Sigma Nu JOEL C. GORDON, Commerce .... Crofton Zeta Beta Tau JOHN R. GORDON, A. S Do ' iville Sigma Chi WILLIAM T. GORDON, A. S. . . . Frankfort BETTY GORMAN, A. S Lexington Kappa Kappa Gamma EUGENE M. GRAHAM, Commerce . . Bloomfield 4 JOAN GRAHAM, A. S Paducoh Kappa Delta MARTHA GRAHAM, Education . West Union, Ohio Delta Zeta THOMAS L. GRAHAM, A. S. . . . Bloomfield Phi Kappa Tau JAMES A. GRAVES, A. S Lexington HARRY L. GREEN, A. S Owenton SARA MAE GREENE, A. S Mt. Sterling Chi Omega CLARENCE R. GREGORY, Pharmacy . Monticello Phi Delta Chi 5 GAILE GROGAN, Education .... Lexington Alpha Gamma Delta DONALD B. GRUGIN, Commerce . . Dayton, Ohio Kappa Alpha JAMES G. GULLEY, Ag.S, Home Ec. . . Lancaster Alpha Gamma Rho MARILYN HALEY, A. S Eikton Alpha Gamma Delta JEPTHA R. HALL, A. S Lexington Phi Kappa Tau O. C. HALL, Engineering .... Prestonsburg Beta Kappa Chi WILLIAM R. HALL, Commerce . . . Franklin Sigma Phi Epsilon 6 CARL C. HAMILTON, Ag. Home Ec. . Falmouth Alpha Gamma Rho WILLIAM J. HAMMACK, Commerce . . Sturgis Phi Kappa Tau RALPH K. HAMMERLE, A. S. . . . Louisville Sigma Nu JOHN C. HANCOCK, A. S LoGronge Sigma Alpha Epsilon RICHARD L. HARING, Commerce . . Covington Alpha Sigma Phi GENE L. HARMON, A. S Lexington Delta Chi WILLARD J. HARPER, Engineering . . Hartford Phi Kappa Tau 7 JEANNE HARRELL, A. S Louisville Chi Omega BARBARA HARRIS, A. S Lexington Chi Omega DON C. HARRIS, JR., Pharmacy . . . Auburn Kappa Psi ROBERT S. HARRISON, Engineering . . Erianger Pi Kappa Alpha GLADNEY HARVILLE, Low . . . Jonesboro, La. HELEN HATCHER, Ag. Home Ec. Alexandria ROBERT D. HATCHETT, Engineering . . Danville Sigma Alpha Epsilon 97 FRATERNITY RUSH PARTIES AND THE HANDSHAKES 1 MARY LOU HATFIELD, A. S. . Huntington, W. Va. Kappa Delta CHARLES C. HAWLEY, Engineering . . Louisville Lambda Chi Alpha JOHN C. HAYS, A. S Donville Phi Sigma Kappa JAMES H. HAZLE, A. S Hodgenville Phi Sigma Kappa JOYCE HAYNES, Education .... Louisville Kappa Kappa Gamma CAROLYN HAYS, A. S Mayfield Alpha Gamma Delta RAYMOND PATRICK HAZELIP, Phormocy . Aspholt Phi Delta Chi BERNARD E. HEAD, Engineering . . . Louisville JAMES C. HEFFERNAN, Commerce . Providence, R. I. Kappa Alpha JEANNE HEIBNER, A. S. . . St. Petersburg, Flo. Alpha Delta Pi JOHN H. HEICK, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Prospect Phi Kappa Tau HOWARD HEINEKE, Engineering . . . Bellevue JOHN HEINZE, Commerce .... Prestonsburg Sigma Chi JERRY HEITZ, Engineering .... Louisville Triangle 3 JAMES C. HELTON, Law Pineville JAY MERIT HEMBERGER, Pharmacy . . Louisville JAMES B. HENDRIX, A. S. . . . Flemingsburg Sigma Alpha Epsilon VIRGINIA HENRY, A. S Lexington GEORGE ANN HERTLEIN, A. S. . . Springfield Kappa Kappa Gamma GEORGE E. HETZEL, Ag. Home Ec. . . Ludlow S. R. HEWLETT, Engineering . . . Madisonville JACK W. HIBBS, Commerce .... Louisville Phi Delta Theta LUTHER T. HILLIARD, Commerce . . Lexington JERRY HINSON, Commerce Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta FOREST K. HOBSON, A. S. . . . Compbellsville Pi Kappa Alpha C. HOGE HOCKENSMITH, Law .... Irvine EDD C. HOGG, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Mayking Alpha Gamma Rho RAYMOND P. HOLBROOK, A. S. . . . Ewing 5 ROBERT A. HOLBROOK, Engineering . Olive Hill Phi Kappa Tau BARBARA HOLEMAN, A. S. . . . Madisonville Kappa Delta WILLIAM L. HOLEMAN, Engineering . . Danville Sigma Phi Epsilon CHARLES HOLLAND, Education .... Benton Sigma Alpha Epsilon DAVID K. HOLLAND, Commerce . . . Hickman Alpha Tau Omega KENT HOLLINGSWORTH, A. S. . . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon FAYE HOOKS, A. S Hopkinsville Alpha Gamma Delta 6 THURMAN HOOPER, Pharmacy . Jeffersonville, Ind. Phi Delta Chi WILLIAM HOSKINS, A. S Lexington Sigma Chi HARRY W. HOUCHENS, Pharmacy . . Smithfield Kappa Psi WILLIAM T. HOUCHENS, Pharmacy . . Louisville Kappa Psi ARTHUR HOUNSHELL, JR., Ag. Home Ec. Keck Alpha Gamma Rho JEAN W. HOWARD, A. S Bledsoe NOBLE B. HOWARD, Ag. Home Ec. . Jarvis Store FRED F. HOWARD, Commerce . . . Hodgenville Kappa Sigma TED C. HOWARD, Commerce .... Lexington Sigma Phi Epsilon ELEANOR HUGHES, A. S Henderson Kappa Delta HAL T. HUGHES, Law Louisville Sigma Alpha Epsilon RUSSELL E. HUGHES, Engineering . . Wickliffe Triangle STANLEY MAX HUNT, Commerce . Elizabethtown REBECCA HURT, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Hickman Alpha Xi Delta 98 cr i.i ! . ii «i Ail it f H n m7 IL 99 o in CO _J U I h- 100 THE DAZZLING BEAUTY OF NEVILLE HALL 1 ANN HOWELL HUTCHCRAFT, Commerce ROBERT HUTCHISON, A. S Columbia Pi Kappa Alpha PAUL B. HYLTON, Commerce . . KATHRYN IRVIN, Ag. Home Ec. . FRANCES JACKSON, Ag. Home Ec. Alpha Delta Pi CARROLL W. JACOBS, JR., A. S. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ANNE JENNINGS, Educotion . . Delta Delta Delta FRANCES J. JERNIGAN, A. S. . Pikevllle Winchester Cropper Lexington Louisville Portlond, Tenn DEWEY JOHNSON, A. S London Lambda Chi Alpha DORIS L. JOHNSON, A. S Midway HAL W. JOHNSON, Commerce . . Hopkinsvillc Sigma Nu JERALD JOHNSTON, Low .... Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha HETTIE CROCKETT JOHNSON, A. S. . Owensboro Alpha Gamma Delta MORRIS V. JOHNSON, Engineering . . Shelbyville Triangle 3 SAMUEL C. JOHNSON, A. S. . . . Vanceburg Sigma Alpha Epsilon DON E. JONES, A. S Henderson Sigma Phi Epsilon MELVIN JONES, A. S Louissville Delta Tau Delta PAUL R. JORDAN, A. S Wayland MAYME JOSEPH, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Jackson JOSEPH M. JOYNER, JR., A. S. . Portsmouth, Vc. Sigma Alpha Epsilon WILLIAM G. KAPPA, Engineering . . Lexington Triangle KENNETH KASEY, Commerce Phi Kappa Tau HERSH L. KEELING, A. S. Alpha Sigma Phi Irvington Joliet, III. HAROLD F. KELLY, Engineering . , Bronx, N. Y. JOHN S. KELLY, Commerce .... Bardstown Sigma Alpha Epsilon CHARLES KIRK KEMPER, Commerce Lexington JOAN KENNEY, Education .... Frankfort Kappa Alpha Theta HERMAN M. KESSLER, JR., Commerce . Louisville Phi Delta Theta 5 NICHOLAS KHOURY, Engineering Alamo, Go. CHARLES R. KILGUS, Pharmacy . . . Maysville Phi Delta Chi ROBERT KIMBRELL, A. S Ashland MARY M. KING, A. S Louisville Alpha Gamma Delta JONQUIL KIRK, Education Ashland MARTHA KITTINGER, A. S. . . . Owensboro Alpha Delta Pi NORMAN J. KLEIN, A. S Lexington Zeta Beta Tau 6 PHYLLIS KLOECKER, A. 5 Lexington Delta Delta Delta JOE P. KNIGHT, A. S Paducoh Kappa Sigma MARY BAKER KNOX, A. S. . . . Mt. Sterling JAMES M. KUHN, A. S. . . . Madison, W. Vo Alpha Sigma Phi JOHN B. KUIPER, A. S Lexington DONALD L. LAFFERTY, Engineering . . Versailles DONALD LAFFOON, Ag. Home Ec. . Daniel Boone Alpha Gamma Rho SARA FRANCES LAMB, Education . . Frankfort CLAIR O. LANGEBRAKE, Engineering . Ft. Thomas JOHN V. LARKIN, Commerce . . . Frankfort Sigma Nu MARY ANN LAUB, A. S. . . . Fremont, Ohio Delta Delta Delta PATRICIA LAWSON, Ag. Home Ec. . . Hickman Alpha Delta Pi WILLIAM F. LAWSON, Engineering . Cincinnati, Ohio Sigma Phi Epsilon MAY SEIL LEACH, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Jellico 101 FRANTIC CRAMMING FOR FINAL EXAMINATIONS 1 JOHN H. LEBUS, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Cynthiona Sigma Alpha Epsilon DOROTHY LEE, A. S. . . . St. Petersburg, Flo. ROBERT E. LEE, Commerce .... Monticello Sigma Phi Epsilon SAM F. LEE, Engineering Sulphur Triangle GENE LEGATE, Engineering Hopkinsville JAMES LEVIN, A. S Williamsburg Zeta Beta Tau JAMES E. LEWIS, A. S Ashland Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2 ELMER J. LIEBERT, Commerce . . . Louisville Pi Kappa Alpha JAMES R. LINE, Engineering . . . Akron, Ohio Sigma Phi Epsilon HOWARD LOCKE, JR., Commerce . . Middlesboro Lambda Chi Alpha JAMES S. LONG, Ag. Home Ec. . . Georgetown Pi Kappa Alpha WILFRED M. LOTT, A. S Owensboro Alpha Sigma Phi ELIZABETH A. LOWE, Commerce . Smiths Grove INA LOWE, Ag. Home Ec Ashland 3 FRED W. LUIGART, A. S Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon MARJORIE LUNG, Ag. Home Ec. . . Louisville BEN LUTES, JR., Commerce Hazard Lambda Chi Alpha ELAINE LYON, A. S Morehead Alpha Xi Delta MARK R. MAGGARD, Commerce . . Lexington Sigma Chi ALBERT R. MANDER, Engineering . Allison Park, Pa. HERB MARKELL, Commerce .... Maysville Zeta Beta Tau JOHN NORMAN MARLOWE, Commerce . Lexington Sigma Chi Ashland DOUG MARTIN, A. S Lexington Delta Tau Delta MARTHA JANE MARTIN, A. S. . . . Ludlow Zeta Tau Alpha BETTYE LEE MASTIN, A. S. . FRANK MATHIAS, Education Phi Sigma Kappa Nicholasville Corlisle 5 BETTY MAXEY, Ag. Home Ec. . . Sharpsburg HAVEN L. MAY, Engineering . St, Albans, W. Vo. BOB MAYES, Commerce .... Harrodsburg Sigma Alpha Epsilon PAUL W. MAYHEW, Engineering . . Lexington Sigma Chi HARRY M. MEADOR, A. S Cecilia MABEL MEARS, A. S. . . . Jacksonville, Flo. CARL D. MELTON, A. S Sebree Sigma Phi Epsilon GORDON E. MENNE, Engineering . . Covington Sigma Chi KENNETH A. MEREDITH, A. S. . . . Louisville Alpha Sigma Phi WILLIAM R. MEREDITH, Engineering . Sunnyside Triangle ED MICHALSKI, Engineering . Brooklyn, N. Y. Dundee KENNETH C. MIDKIFF, Education Phi Sigma Kappa JOHN MILKOVICH, Education Alpha Tau Omega HARRY E. MILLER, Engineering Theta Xi Stone Ashlond JANICE M. MARSHALL, Education BETTY JEAN MARTIN, Commerce McDowell 7 RICHARD J. MILLER, Low Ashlond R. M. MILLER, JR., Engineering . Cincinnati, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon SAMUEL MILLER, A. S Harlan Zeta Beta Tau MAUBERT R. MILLS, Low Clinton Alpha Tau Omega WILMA C. MINIARD, Educa tion .... Daisy MARY MONTAGUE, Education . North Bend, Ohio Alpha Delta Pi ELMER B. MOORE, Pharmacy .... Louisville Phi Delta Chi 102 n r- o 103 ■yi? ii y M Ik. ' l I o in On iJ i» .- S! " ..iLi «St. ti i 1 5 _l U 104 iMBECILIC QUESTIONS BROUGHT UP IN MEETINGS 1 GEORGE H. MOORE, Engineering . Big Stone Gap, Va. Sigma Alpha Epsilon JOHN F. MOORE, A. S DonviMe Sigma Phi Epsilon NANNIE B. MOORE, A. S. . . . Harrodsburg Chi Omega PAT MOORE, Low Winchester Delta Delta Delta THURMAN H. MOORE, Pharmacy . . Morgantown Phi Delta Chi GEORGE W. MORELAND, A. S. . . Cynthiana Pi Kappa Alpha BETTIE MORGAN, Education .... Louisville Kappa Delta 2 MACK J, MORGAN, JR., Commerce . . Lexington Phi Sigma Kappa JOHN MORROW, Commerce .... Louisville Sigma Chi RUTH MORROW, Education .... Paducah JUANITA MORTON, Ag. Home Ec. . . Bowen WYNN G. MOSELEY, A. S Lexington Sigma Chi ELIZABETH MOWAT, A. S Benham MARIAN MULKEY, A. S Louisville Kappa Alpha Theta 3 JAMES JEFFERSON MULLOY, Commerce . Lexington Phi Delta Theta WILLIS MUNRO, Commerce .... Ashland Delta Tau Delta MEREDITH H. MYNHIER, Commerce . Lexington Alpha Tau Omega CAROLYN McBEE, A. S Sturgis J. MARSHALL McCANN, Law . . . Winchester Phi Delta Theta JEANETTE McCARTHEY, A. S. . . . Maysville TILLIE McCARTY, A. S Brooksville Chi Omega 4 GENTRY McCAULEY, Commerce . . . Versailles Sigma Alpha Epsilon C. A. McCLAIN, A. S. . . . Dyersburg, Tenn. Alpha Tau Omega MARY LOU McCLURE, A. S. . . . Owensboro SARA HART McCONATHY, A. S. . Nicholasville OLLIE W. McCORMICK 11, Commerce . Mt. Sterling Kappa Alpha ROBERT McCOWAN, Commerce . . . Lexington Delta Tau Delta JOHN H. McCOY, Commerce . . . Madisonville Sigma Nu 5 RALPH McCRACKEN, JR., Engineering . Lexington Triangle RUTH McCRACKEN, A. S. . . . Jeffersontown Chi Omega ROBERT McDANIELS, Engineering . New Albany, Ind. Phi Kappa Tau GEORGE McEUEN, Ag. Home Ec . . . . Williamson, W. Va. MARSHALL McEUEN, Engineering . South Williamson CECIL F. McGEE, Education .... Louisville JUANITA JEANETTE McNAMEE, A. S. . Erianger Zeta Tau Alpha 6 JAMES R. McNEAL, Engineering Carrorllton Phi Kappa Tau ROMUALD NALLY, Pharmacy . . . Springfield Phi Delta Chi JOE R. NARD, A. S Norton, Va. Alpha Tau Omega ROBERT JOE NEWSOM, A. S. . . . Pikeville JAMES M NICKELL, A. S Ashland Sigma Nu ROBERT T. NIKOLAS, A. S. . . . Detroit, Mich. Phi Sigma Kappa CHARLES W. NOE, A. S Shively Alpha Tau Omega 7 MAY BEAM NOE, A. S Springfield Kappa Kappa Gamma BETTY NORTHCUTT, A. S. . . . Pork Hills Alpha Delta Pi GLENDORA NORTHCUTT, A. S. . . Park Hills Alpha Delta Pi BRUCE NUTTING, A. S Louisville Delta Delta Delta WILLIAM B. O ' BANNON, Engineering Lexington Sigma Phi Epsilon MARY OLDHAM, A. S Donville Chi Omega EVELYN OSBORNE, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Dover 105 THE OVERFLOW IN THE GRILL DURING CONVOCATIONS VIRGINIA D. OSBORNE, Commerce . . . Bypro GORDON K. OWEN, Engmeering . . Middlesboro Triangle OPAL NANCY OWEN, Educotion . . . Glomawr Alpha Xi Delta JOHN C. OWENS, Commerce .... Lexington Phi Delta Theta RUDOLPH E. PAUKE, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Phi Delta Chi CURTIS J. PARK, A. S Horrodsburg EMILY PARKER, Ag. Home Ec. . . Cold Springs Zeta Tau Alpha 2 MARY ANNA PARKER, Ag. Home Ec. . Ashland Kappa Delta ROGER G. PATE, Engineering . . . Coeburn, Vo. Sigma Phi Epsilon CHARLES M. PATRICK, A. S Ashland Delta Tau Delta EMMA LOUISE PATRICK, A. S. . . Prestonsburg Kappa Delta WALTER PATRICK, A. S Horrodsburg Phi Sigma Kappa BETTY PATTERSON, Education . . Horrodsburg Kappa Alpha Theta MARY LOIS PAUL, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Foster 3 PATRICIA PAXTON, A. S Paducoh Chi Omega NANCY PAYNE, Education Riverton JOHN A. PEDIGO, Low Scottsville Alpha Tau Omega MARTHA PENNEBAKER, A. S. . Cookeville, Tenn. CHARLES K. PENTECOST, A. S. . . Henderson Pi Kappa Alpha FRED G. PERKINS, Engineering . . . Louisville Alpha Tau Omega JOHN R. PERKINS, Commerce .... Ludlow Kappa Sigma 4 LOUIS EMBERSON PERKINS, Pharmacy Albony Kappa Psi GEORGE PERRAUT, Ag.8, Home Ec. Cynthiano Alpha Gamma Rho DAVID D. PHILLIPS, A. S Lexington Sigma Chi RICHARD G. PIGMAN, Commerce . . Lexington Phi Sigma Kappa WILLIAM R. POE, Commerce .... Mayslick Phi Sigma Kappa BERT POLLITTE, A. S Harlan Phi Delta Theta GERALDINE POOR, A. S Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta 5 THOMAS H. PORTER, Ag. Home Ec. . Madisonville Sigma Phi Epsilon ELLA RENA POTTER, A. S Paducoh Kappa Delta SAMUEL C. POTTINGER, JR., Commerce . Louisville Kappa Alpha COLETTE POTTS, Commerce . . New York, N. Y. JULIUS C. POWELL, Education . . . Horrodsburg Phi Sigma Kappa RANDY POWELL, A.8. S. . . . Newton, Moss. Alpha Sigma Phi BARBARA JEANNE POWER, Education . Covington Zeta Tau Alpha 6 PAUL R. POWERS, Ag.8. Home Ec. . . Lexington BARBARA PRESTON, A. S Louisville Delta Zeta TOM PREWITT, Engineering . . . Mt. Sterling MARY PRIBBLE, Education . . Sioux Foils, N. D. Kappa Kappa Gamma LONA PRICE, A. S Russell Kappa Delta MARY ELLEN PRICE, Education . . . Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta WALTER K. PRICE, A. S Lexington 7 JOHN C. PRICHARD, Engineering . Memphis, Tenn. Alpha Tau Omega WILLIAM C. PRICHARD, Commerce . . Ashland Sigma Chi JAMES A. PROCTOR, Engineering . . Winchester Alpha Sigma Phi LOUIS E. PROFFITT, Engineering Thompkinsviile IDA MAE PRUDEN, A. S Owensboro EDWARD J. RADIN, Engineering . Johnson City, N. Y. Lambda Chi Alpha KAREN RAINS, Education Lexington Kappa Delta 106 c« i£ jfiii; " ' } " - " v V " Pil iii » ll ■ Jr • " ' - ' ' ♦ t?- fe H I m n on o :m 107 o in o u I 108 STAYING UP ALL NIGHT BEFORE A PSYCHOLOGY EXAM 1 NANCY RAMEY, A.8. S Sharpsburg RAY RANDOLPH, Engineering . . . Lexington Delta Tau Delta DAN RAWLINGS, A. S Corbin Sigma Phi Epsilon ED RAY, A. S Louisville Lambda Chi Alpha WILLIAM B. REESE, A. S Lexington Sigma Phi Epsilon GEORGE N, REYNOLDS, A. S. . . . Cynthiona Alpha Tau Omega JO ANN RHODES, Education . . . Flemingsburg Delta Delta Delta 2 JO ANN RHODES, Education . St. Albans, W. Va. Delta Delta Delta DICK RHODEMYRE, Engineering . . . Ashland Delta Delta Delta EDWIN D. RICE, Law Louisa Phi Sigma Kappa SHARON RICHARD, Education . New Albany, Ind. Kappa Alpha Theta MARJORIE ANN RICHEY, A. S. . . . Glosgow Delta Delta Delta WILLIAM MICHAEL RILEY, Pharmacy . Hartford Kappa Psi MARILYN RITZ, A. S. . . . New Albany, Ind 3 WILLIAM MILTON ROACH, Pharmacy . Pineville Kappa Psi CHARLES AUSTIN ROADCAP, Pharmacy . Louisville Phi Delta Chi WILLIAM C. ROBB, Engineering . . . Mayslick Phi Sigma Kappa ROBERT L. ROBERTSON, A. S. . . . Sturgis Phi Kappa Tau CALVIN RAY ROBINSON, A. S. . . Owensboro Alpha Tau Omega ELIZABETH RODGERS, A. S. . . . West Point Kappa Delta EDWARD T. ROGERS, Pharmacy . . Greensburg Phi Delta Chi 4 FRANK K. ROGERS, Engineering . . . Louisville JOE G. ROGERS, Pharmacy .... Greensburg Phi Delta Chi SUZANNE ROGERS, Education . . . Moysville Alpha Xi Delta WILLIAM W. ROGERS, Engineering . . . Paris Kappa Alpha FLOYD DAVID ROSE, Commerce . . . Lexington FREDERICK R. ROSE, Engineering . , Lexington Sigma Phi Epsilon MARY ROSE, Commerce Irvine Alpha Xi Delta 5 RALPH W. ROSE, A. S. . . St. Petersburg, Flo. Kappa Alpha JAMES SIDNEY ROSER, Ag. Home Ec. . Lexington DON ROSS, Ag. Home Ec Ewing Sigma Alpha Epsilon DOUGLAS ROSS, Ag Home Ec Ewing Phi Sigma Kappa WALLACE C ROSS, Engineering . . . Lexington ISAAC P. ROUSE, Ag. Home Ec. . . . Midwav Sigma Chi BETTY JEAN ROWLAND, Education . . Ashland 6 SYLVAN ROY ROG, Pharmacy Georgetown, Ind. Phi Delta Chi JOHN J. RUDY, Engineering .... Moysville Phi Sigma Kappa ROSE JEWELL RUH, A. S Lexington Zeta Tau Alpha DON R. RUSSELL, Engineering . . . Lexington Sigma Chi HENRY CLAY RUSSELL, Engineering . . Ashland Delta Tau Delta I. C. RUSSELL, A. S Phil Kappa Alpha ROBERT RUSSELL, Commerce . Bluefield, W. Va. 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ZINSER, Pharmacy Louisville 117 ' . , !i S ' AND HER SPORTS There ' s no doubt obout it — UK students ore sports conscious. How could we help but be thus? Our basketball team is America ' s best, Our football squad is rising fast, Varsity sports and intramurals rate, And SuKy helps keep interest high. MEMORIAL COLISEUM Coach Adolph Rupp ' s greatest team never played in the " House that Rupp Built, " and which they helped moke possible. The " House " is the long-awaited auditorium-field house started in March of 1947 and scheduled for completion by November of 1950. It has been in on amoeba stage since 1941, when it was first proposed. In the winter of 1948- ' 49, the steel skeleton took roots on the site facing McLean Stadium on Euclid Avenue, and started growing a body that will eventually become a 12,000 seat field house. After two years in the blue-print stage, the con- tractors said it would take another two and promis- ed that it would be ready for the 1950-51 basket- ball season. The original plans called for a one million dollar project, but already the cost has been estimated at four million dollars, with no relief in sight for the adding machine. Ground-breaking ceremonies for the $4,000,000 auditor- ium-fieldhouse on Euclid Avenue, were held in March, 1947. Chief Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court, Simeon Willis of Ashland, then governor of Kentucky, is ijhown doing the honors. University president H. L. Donovan looks on. Three governors held office in Kentucky during the construction period-Keen Johnson, Willis, ond the present chief executive. Eerie C. Clements. The concrete foundation was loid in the winter of 1947 and completed the following spring. Engineers had to drill several miles through the rock-layer underneath the site in search of tunnels that might make the foundation insecure. Several months elapsed before work on the steel structure started. Just a block from where the Wildcats continued ' .heir win- ning ways during the 1948-49 basketball treason. Engi- neers were erecting the field house steel structure. Shortly after this picture was taken, this phase of construction was completed at a cost of three-quarters of a million dollars. By mid-spring o wall was growing around the steel frame. 120 MEMORIAL COLISEUM The cornerstone-loying ceremonies took place Feb- ruary 22, 1949, as one of the features of the Fifth Annual Founder ' s Day celebration. Following on address by Governor Earle C. Clem- ents, a processional moved from the Armory to the field house, where the cornerstone was laid. University president H. L. Donovan spoke on " The Meaning of this Memorial. " On their present homecourt, Alumni Gym which hos seating capacity of only 3,200, the Wildcats were unbeaten in 74 consecutive games. But seats were so precious, attendance had to be limited to all-student audiences, barring townspeople from ever seeing the Big Blue play. Coach Rupp apologized to his present championship team, saying: " You were promised that you would play the dedication-game in our new field house, and I would like nothing better than to have you ploy that gome, but you ' ll all be graduated before It ' s ready; I ' m sorry. " Although the proposed copacity of the structure is approximately 12,000, final determination of how many sects it will hold cannot be mode until the decision is reached as to the type of seats to be used. The contractors were confident that ' .he original figure would be correct within a few hun- dred seats. Seating space for about 200 persons will be provid- ed in the swimming pool oreo. Approximately 34 percent of the seats will be indi- vidual, while the remaining 66 percent will be bleachers. Every seat in the momoth orena will offer a good view of the playing floor, with more than 80 percent of them being along the side court. For conventions the coliseum could seat up to 1 8,000 persons by placing temporary chairs on the basketball floor. The basketball floor, laid on a sub-floor of concrete, is permanent and connot be removed. Provisions ore being made for a four- sided scoreboard suspended over the playing court. Facilities for radio and television broodcasts will be provided, along with on organ chamber. In addition to containing ticket and odministration offices, the building will hove offices for all othletic coaches and officials and the athletic publicity de- partment. Space for concessions is on the second- floor foyers. Locker rooms for all varsity sports will De located in the building. If the November, 1950 completion dote promised by the contractors is correct, freshman and sopho- more members of this year ' s team will still be around to ploy in the new f eld house. But the regulars on this year ' s team Barker, Beard, Jones, Groza, and Barnstable — will never wear Kentucky ' s Big Blue in the house they helped Rupp build. " " TSW! This IS an architect ' s drawing of UK ' s " Memorial Coliseu 121 FOOTBALL Head Coach Paul (Bear) Bryanf, who concluded his third season at the Kentucky helm with 22 victories in his pocket, taken in 31 games. Someday they may call the 1948 Gridiron Wildcats, " The Comebock Kids. " After a dismal start in which they lost three games in a row, Coach Paul Bryant ' s Wildcats suddenly caught their second wind and turned the coici shoulder to defeat in the remaining six games of the year. They won easily over Xovier, 48-7, in the opener. Then came the Woterloo. Ole Miss, the defending conference champion, started them downhill with a 20-7 defeat. Georgia ' s Bulldogs kept the stone rolling by overwhelming them 35-12. Finally, the high-scoring Vcnderbilt Commodores handed the Cots their third consecutive loss, 26-7. Bryant announced that he and his boys were tired of losing and that a new order was in store. The following Saturday the Wildcats come back fight- ing, scratching, and clawing in the most thrilling comeback in Kentucky gridiron history. The uphill march started with a 25-0 shut-out against Marquette in Milwaukee. Then came a 28-7 victory over Cincinati. In a Stoll Field thriller that wasn ' t decided until the final play, the Cats tied a strong Villanova team, 13-13. The Kentucky Wildcat Coaching Staff. Front row — left to right; Ermal Allen, Ted Osborn, Joe Atkinson, Frank Moseley, Paul Bryant, and Carney Laslie. Back row — left to right: Leo Yarutis, Charlie Browning, Bill McCubbin, Bill Moseley, and Clarence Underwood. George Blondo possed his way to a 34-15 victory over Florida the following week. Kentucky upset the dope bucket the next week at Knoxville, by tying the Tennessee Vols, 0-0, and then finished 122 FOOTBALL the season with a 25-5 victory over Miami of Flor- ida. The Wildcats lost no stature in losing their three gomes, for ot the end of the season each of their victors wos listed among the I 5 top teams in the nation. Few will deny that Kentucky ' s 1948 football season was a success. The Players Wallace Jones . . 6-4 . . 195 . . End, One of Kentucky ' s four seniors, . . Woh Wah was the leading pass receiver. He won a third team berth on AP All-SEC team, and second-string honors on Sportswriter ' s poll . . He captained the Georgia gome . . . fourth letter . . . Leaves with the repu- tation of being one of Kentucky ' s greatest all-time ends. George Blondo . . 6-1 . . 1 95 . . 21 . . senior quarterback . . . won the Charles Lederer trophy as the most valuable senior and was voted honorary captain . . . Directed Kentucky ' s T-formotion . . . One of the South ' s leading passers, he completed 67 of 128 heaves for 967 yards and 10 touchdowns . , . He was named on the Sportswriter ' s All-SEC second team, and played a dominant part in the South ' s victory over the North All Stars. Normon Klein . . 5-8 . . 1 70 . . 21 . . Senior Back ... A small, potent package of speed and fight. Norm had the best rushing overage in the back- field . . . He was hampered by injuries but still had a good season . . . Co-coptoin in the Vander- bilt game ... A four letterman. Doc Ferrell . . 6 . . 200 . . Senior tackle . . Doc was one of Kentucky ' s leading defensive men in the forward wall . . . Alternated as starting tackle, and was co-captain in the Vanderbilt gome . . . SI SB 38 B 27 54 25 ,55 , 39 SD O 4C 44 qo ,,, B!- aF 41. y at - — - lB 6 i 47 f. Front row — left to right: — Ben Zaranka, Walt Yowarsky, Norrr Bradshaw, Jerry Claiborne, Pat James. Second row Don Phelps, Johnny Meihaus, Charlie -left to right: — Bob Pope, Bob Gain, Harry Ulmski, Bill Schaffnit, Doc Ferrell, Nick Odiivak, Dick Holway, Ralph Genito, Carl Gentto, Bob Jones. , . • Third row — left to right: — Allen Hamilton, Johnny Owen, Paul Jones, George Claiborne, Shorty Jamerson, Don Frampton, Ray Porter, L. C. Howard, Bill Dawson, Harold Wooddell, Bill Le kovar. Fourth row — left to right: — Bobby Brooks, Bob Wodtke, Babe Ray, Lloyd McDermott, Wallace Jones, Harry Rogers, Albert Bruno, Wendell Vance, Charles McClendon, George Blanda. Fifth row — left to right: — Roy Ford,, Jim Howe, Bill Wannamaker, Lee Truman, Bill Boiler, Clayton Webb, Paul Young, Ogden Thomas, Richard Horton, Dom Fucci. 123 FOOTBALL Mode several touchdown saving tockles, and was particularly effective against Ole Miss ond Georgia. Lloyd McDermott .6-1 . . 215 . . Junior tackle . . Hampered by injuries, Mac alternated with Ferrell OS a starting tackle . . . His experience should moke him one of the best tackles in the Conference next year. Benny Zoranko . . 6-4 . . 190 . . 20 . . Sophomore end . . . Strong offensively and defensively, won a reputation os an outstanding pass receiver . . . His best gome was probobly against Georgia . . . He learned a lot as season progressed ... A pitcher on the boseboll team. Jerry Claiborne . . 5- 1 . . 1 70 . . 20 . . junior End. Started at quarterback two years ago but was moved to end because of his stout defensive ploy ond pass-catching obility . . . Jerry started several gomes this season and showed improvement during the season . . . Never-soy-die spirit ... He won o letter in tennis lost year. Dick Holwoy . . 5-10 . . 1 85 . . 23 . . junior Guard. Improved with every game . . Dick was olwoys good, but was great whenever the chips were down, in a tough gome ... He wos co-coptoin ogoinst Marquette. Rolph Genito . 5-10 170 24 nor Full- Captain George Blanda completes a pass to fleet Jim Howe in the Florida game good for 30 yards. He hil 13 of his receivers in 15 tries as the Wildcats swamped the Alligators. IL » .1 Harry Ulinski, Roy Ford, George Blanda, Lee Tfurn, 124 FOOTBALL Top photo: Jim Howe starts on the 69 yard, last minute run that tied the Villanova game and proved to be the most thrilling play of the entire season. Bottom photo: Big Blue comes down the field led by All-Conference Bob Gain. Clayton Webb, Ralph Genito, Bill Boiler, Norm Kl. 125 FOOTBALL back. Slow start, but picked up steom as the season went on. The team ' s speed boy turned in outstand- ing performances in the second half of the season. His best game was against Miami in the season fmale when he scored two TDs on long runs . . . Lettered in trock. Horry Ulinski . . 6-4 . . 200 . . 24 . . iunior Center. Harry started at Center, when he wasn ' t nursing o bad knee. He turned in his best games against the tough team, and was never outplayed by an opponent . . . All-Conference bet next year . . . He was co-captain in the Villonova and Tennessee games. Dick Martin . . 6 . . 170 . . 19 . . sophomore Half- back. Regorded os one of the best defensive bocks in Kentucky history and is also a tricky runner . . . Made o circus catch of a 40 yard pass for score in the Florida gome ... He was co-captain against Villanova. Pat James . . 6-1 . . 1 80 . . 20 . . sophomore Guard. Not too big, but makes up for it in fight and hustle. He started several games at Guard and was in the middle of every pile-up. Lee Trumon . . 6 . . 1 90 . . 19 . . junior Fullback. Ployed in a high school band until someone dis- covered he could play football well enough to make Ray Porter, Pat James Dick Holway, Doctor Ferrell All Southern High School honor eleven his senior year . . . He was Kentucky ' s starting Fullback un- til he was injured ... He ployed mostly on defense, but scored Kentucky ' s lone touchdown against Ole Miss. Cloyton Webb .5-1] . 1 80 . . 20 . . sophomore Fullback . . . Outstanding pros pect ... He kicks, passes, and runs with the best . . . Started several games this year, and tied for team scoring honors with 30 points . . . Good on defense, too, leading the Backs in pass interceptions. Wilbur Jamerson . . 5-8 . . 1 70 . . 19 . . sophomore Halfback. " Shorty, " won second string honors on the AP all-SEC sophomore team ... He coptoined the Wildcats against Cincinnati, and was on offen- sive ond defensive spark-plug. . . Tricky runner, very herd to bring down. Bill Boiler . . 5- 1 1 . . 1 80 . . 20 . . junior Bock one of the leading factors in Kentucky ' s greot comeback . . . Starting against Cincinnati, he was one of the Wildcots leading offensive threats the remainder of the season . . . Co-coptoin against Florida. Jim Howe . . 6-1 . . 1 75 . . 21 . .junior Halfback used mainly on defense the first part of the season, one of the most elusive runners on the Kentucky team . . . His long run on a Blando pass in the last play saved Kentucky from defeat at the hands of Villanova . . . Jim served as co-captain against Florida, when he broke his collarbone. Roy Porter . . 5-10 . . 1 85 . . 22 . . lumor Guard. Started several games in the line ... A converted Back, he mode the transition to the line easily, because of his fine blocking ability ... He improv- ed with each gome. Charley Brodshaw . . 6 . . 175 . . 24 . . junior End. Replacement for Jones at right End . . . Rather light for an end, he played fine defensive boll, especially ogoinst Vonderbilt ... He ploys be tter when the chips ore down. Charles was co-coptoin ogainst Marquette. Bill Wonnamoker .6-1 . . 195 . . 20 . . sopho- more Guord . . . Bill started one gome, and sow considerable service as a reserve lineman . . . An Engineering major ... he was an all-star Bock in high school. Roy Ford . . 6-2 . . 195 . . 20 . . sophomore Center . . . was starter Harry Ulinski ' s understudy at the pivot . . . started three games and sow much action OS a reserve . . . He played his best gome against Georgia . . . Roy wos on oil-state, all Southern per- former in high school in 1946. Bob Gain . . 6-3 . . . 235 ... 19 . . sophomore Tockle. Big Bob is heralded as one of the greatest Tackles ever to ploy at Kentucky ... He was the defensive mainstay in the line all year, and played 126 FOOTBALL the full 60 minutes against Tennessee when he was named SEC Player of the Week . . . Among he honors heaped upon him this year were berths on four all-star teams, first string Tackle on Collier ' s All-Southern team, the Sportswriter ' s All-SEC team, and AP ' s All-SEC sophomore team. AP also named him to their varsity second team . . . He captained the Ole Miss game. GAME HIGHLIGHTS KENTUCKY 48, XAVIER 7 Playing their first game at newly-enlarged McLean Stadium, the Wildcats opened the seoson with a bong, by walking over an outclassed Xovier Mus- keteer eleven, 48-7. The game was highlighted by long touchdown runs by Norman Klein, Clayton Webb and Dominic Fucci, the latter two on pass interceptions. OLE MISS 20, KENTUCKY 7 The defending champions of the Southeastern Con- ference, paced by End Borney Poole and a great Rebel forward wall, handed Kentucky a 20-7 defeat on Stoll field. Lee Truman scored from the one yard line in the final quarter. GEORGIA 35, KENTUCKY 12 Georgio ' s Orange Bowl-bound Bulldogs gave the Cots their worst defeat in three years. Wally Butts ' SEC champs took advantage of breaks that cost Kentucky two touchdowns, winning 35-12. Nor- man Klein and Doc Ferrell stood out for Kentucky. Bob Gain, Lloyd McDermott Jerry Claiborne, Benny Zaranka VANDERBILT 26, KENTUCKY 7 The Wildcats lost their third straight conference game, bowing to Vonderbilt, 26-7 on Stoll field. The Cots just couldn ' t stop punt-returning Lee Nalley, and couldn ' t muster enough strength to fight off the powerful Commodore forward wall. Guard Dick Holway and End Charley Bradshow caused the Commodores the most trouble. KENTUCKY 25, MARQUETTE The Wildcats bounced back into the win column with a spirited 25-0 victory over the Hilltoppers ot Milwaukee. Shorty Jomerson was the big gun for Kentucky. Several promising reserves sow action for the first time as Coach Bryant shuffled his line- up in search of a winning combination. KENTUCKY 28, CINCINNATI 7 The Wildcats mode it two in a row, overwhelming Cincinnoti 28-7 in a rough and tough contest play- ed in the Queen City. The bockfield was paced by Jomerson and Dick Martin and the line by Harry Ulinski. KENTUCKY 13, VILLANOVA 13 Trailing 1 3-0 at the half, the Wildcats fought bock to tie the game up on Jim Howe ' s 69 yard broken field run in the last 45 seconds of ploy, after taking a short pass from Blonde. Howe and Bill Boiler teamed to score Kentucky ' s first touchdown. KENTUCKY 34, FLORIDA 15 Quarterback George Blanda completed 1 1 out of 1 3 passes, three of them good for touchdowns, to lead Kentucky to a 34-15 conference win, their first of the season. Linemen Wallace Jones, Bob Gain, Dick Holwoy and Horry Ulinski were out- stondmg. KENTUCKY 0, TENNESSEE Although a two-to-three touchdown underdog, Ken- tucky fought their arch-rivols, the Tennessee Vol- unteers to a standstill in a game played in Knox- ville. Outstanding ploy on the port of the entire team was highlighted by Gain and Ulinski in the line, and the punting ond quarterbocking of George Blonda. KENTUCKY 25, MIAMI 5 The Wildcats closed their third season under Coach Bryant with a 25-5 victory over the Miami Hurri- canes. Rolph Genito put the Cots out in front, 6-0 in the first quorter on on 80 yard sprint. . . It was the only time during the seoson the Hurricanes foiled to score a touchaown. By Dudley Saunders 127 BASKETBALL i.cortng 57 points in two games, and then turning West, to Seattle where he set a scoring mark of 82 points, as the Cats retained the NCAA Crown they won last yeor. Citation was Horse of the Year by far and Ken- tucky was Team of the Year by farther. The AP poll, tabulated at the end of the regular season, had the Cats way out in front distantly followed by Oklahoma A M — NCAA finals victim, 46-36 — and Illinois — whipped by the Cats in the Eastern playoffs 74-47 — in second and third spots. This Kentucky team won more honors than Con- queror Caesar. It won the SEC title for the sixth COACH ADOLPH RUPP Citation and this year ' s Wildcats membered in the Bluegrass. ill long be re- Like Citation, the Cots were beaten twice, but came roaring bock to win the big one and remain undisputed champions. Kentucky, sure as death to win the National In- vitational Tournament, was topped by a weak Loyolo team of Chicago in the opening round, as all the seeded teams were uprooted. However the next week Captain Alex Groza brought his men back to New York and was dubbed Alex ' inder the Greot when he conquered the East, ASST. COACH HARRY LANCASTER 128 BASKETBALL straight year, and took the NCAA for the second. It became the first team ever to be invited to both national tournoments; it was the first to have four teammates play in the All Star game; Ralph Beard and Alex Groza were placed on everybody ' s All America team and Wah Jones made Kentucky ' s third man, on the UP team. Mr. Rupp ' s Riflemen and Mr. Wright ' s Whizz, arc champions because they con get out in front to stay o ' ' come from behind to win. The Cats hod to catch up with Holy Cross, Bowling Green, ond Xavier. They showed they hod endurance, licking Bradley for their fifth win in six days. They showed they had power, whipping Illinois and Notre Dame by 29 and 24 point margins. They showed they could operate under pressure, freezing the ball against Bowling Green and Tulane. They played the best the nation hod to offer and emerged with the best record, 32-2. What more con .T champion do- ' This was Kentucky ' s greatest team. Never again will a series of world events occur so as to bring o like calibre of boys together for such a length of time. It took Potton ' s third Army to free 27-year- old Cliff Barker from a German concentration camp, where he cultivated his sleight-of-hand with a basketball, and back to UK. It took a national ruling to allow Wah Jones and Ralph Beard to play four straight years together. It was only coinci- dence that drove two greats like Beard and Groza — All Americans for three straight years — together under the tutelage of Coach Adolph Rupp. Mr. Wright flips his lucky coin when he thinks of his two, Cooltown and Citation, but Mr. Rupp smiles heavenward when he thinks of his four. Captain Alex Groza, who was chosen player of the year by Helms Foundation, mode more records than Perry Como. He set a nationol season scor- ing record of 696 points; he set SEC season and gome marks — he inked a mark of 34 in the Tenne- ssee gome, only to have it obliterated a week later by Vonderbilt ' s Adcock with 36, and had to Front row: Coach Rupp, Jim Line, Cliff Barker, John Stough, Ralph Beard, Joe Hall., Garland Townes, and assistant coach Harry Lancaster. Back row: Dale Barnstable, Walt Hirsch, Walla manager Humzey Yessin. s. Captain Alex Groza,, Bob Henne, Roger Day, and 129 BASKETBALL hit for 38 against Georgia to make it stick — and wound up the season hitting 42 percent of all shots taken. He also set SEC and NCAA tourna- ment scoring records. Big Al was named boskct- ball ' i outstanding performer, best player appear- ing in the Chicago stadium, NCAA most valuable, and most valuable in the East-West All Star game. This cuiet, 6 ' 7 " senior will always be mentioned when all time basketball greats arc dijcuoscd. Kentucky ' s ball-bearing Ralph Beard was the most idolized athlete ever to enroll at UK. In training oil year around, he ' s the perfect Wheaties ad, the All American boy. He hit long shots, jump shots, and crip shots with monotonous regularity, and when the chips were down, the Louisville Lad came through. One of his greatest tributes come during the block hour of the Loyola defeat. The defensive man had backed up on Rapid Ralph who had just dribbled across the mid-floor stripe; the New Yorkers eager for an upset, groaned and one fan shrieked, " Don ' t let that guy shoot! He ' ll beat you all by himself! " and he almost did, putting vhe Cats in the lead three times with long shots in Vhe closing stages of the game. His sincere modesty. Al Groza led the Wildcats, the Southsastern Conference, and the nation in filling baskets with points this year. He ' s on top of ihcm all. Ralph Beard and Cliff Barker were Kentucky ' s Pinkerton- like guards. Beard made All American three years for his all around play; Barker can do anything with a ball, including scoring two points from 65 feet out. VVah Jones and Dale positions m ost of the hustle did a lot towar Barnstable started at the forward ' ear. Jones rebounding and Barney ' s J making it a 32-2 season. Jim Line nad Walt Hirsch are two left handers that could- n ' t be stopped when they were right. Line stepped off the bench and won the NCAA almost single-armedly, shoving through 31 and 15 points in the Villanova and Illinois games. Sophomore Hirsch rebounds, shoots, and passes like a surefire AN America prospect in -.he near future. 130 BASKETBALL pure sportsmanship, and great desire to win will never be forgotten. Wallace " Woh Wah " Jones joined Beard and former Wildcat Jack Tingle, as the only players ever to moke the All SEC team four consecutive years Jones also owns the singular honor of being all conference in both football and basketball the same year. Setting a national high school scoring record in the pivot at Harlan, Jones came to the University as a center. However he switched to the forward post his sophomore year where his ac- curacy from the side of the floor became known the country over. An all time UK great, Jones earned I 1 letters in varsity football, basketball and baseball. Cliff Barker, the Grand Old Man of basketball, didn ' t get the newspaper inches his teammates did, hut not because he didn ' t deserve them. He handles a basketball like it were an apple, doing everything but eating it. He liked to pass to his leammotes and was known as no great shakes at long shooting until the last seven seconds of the lost game he played in Alumni Gym. With sec- onds left of the regular season, Bark squinted at the basket 65 feet away and almost knocked the backboard down and the roof off as 2850 students screeched their surprise at seeing the ball bong through the nets. Dole Barnstable, while not a high scorer, stayed in the starting lineup because of his hustle and Cliff Barker in his ov. sees the whole thing. vhile Walt Hirsch 131 BASKETBALL SEASON RECORD (32-2) Kentucky Team Place Opponent 74 Indiana Centrol (Home) 38 67 DePoul (Louisville) 36 81 Tulsa (Home) 27 76 Arkansos (Home) 39 51 Holy Cross (Boston) 48 57 St. John ' s (New York) 30 51 Tulone (Louisville) 47 78 Tulane (Sugar Bowl) 47 40 St. Louis (Sugar Bowl) 42 63 Bowling Green (Cleveland) 61 66 Tennessee (Knoxville) 51 56 Georgia Tech (Atlanta) 45 56 DePaul (Chicago) 45 62 Notre Dame (Louisville) 38 72 Vanderbilt (Nashville) 50 56 Alabama (Tuscaloosa) 40 75 Mississippi (Memphis) 45 62 Bradley (Owensboro) 52 71 Tennessee (Home) 56 96 Xavier (Home) 50 74 Alabama (Home) 32 85 Mississippi (Home) 31 78 95 51 70 73 70 83 68 85 76 Georgia Tech (Home) Georgia (Home) Xavier (Cincinnati) Vanderbilt (Home) 32 40 40 37 SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT (Louisville) Florida Auburn Tennessee Tulane (Championship) NATIONAL INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT (New York) 56 Loyola of Chicago 67 NCAA TOURNAMENT — EASTERN DIVISION (New York) Villanova Illinois NCAA FINALS (Seattle, Washington) Oklahoma A. and M. Totals 36 39 44 52 72 47 46 2320 36 1530 Player odn Position G. FGA FGM PCT. FTA Alex Groza, C 34 612 259 42.3 248 Ralph Beard, G 34 481 144 30.0 115 Wallace Jones, F-C 32 440 130 29.5 75 Cliff Barker, G-F 34 315 94 29.8 88 Dale Barnstable, F-G 34 309 84 27.0 57 Jim Line, F 32 195 70 35.8 51 Walter Hirsch, F-C 34 209 67 32.0 32 Roger Day, F 19 39 21 53.8 17 Johnny Stough, G 25 56 13 23.2 14 Garland Townes, G 16 48 10 20.8 20 Al Bruno, F 9 30 9 30.0 3 Robert Henne, G 9 19 2 10.5 7 TOTALS 2756 903 32.7 728 ALL-OPPONENTS TOTALS 2216 538 24.2 756 Kentucky scoring average — 68.2 points Opponents scoring average — 45.0. points FTM 180 82 49 60 41 43 22 9 12 1 1 2 3 514 454 per game, per game. PCT. 72.5 71.3 65.3 68.1 71.9 84.3 68.7 52.9 85.7 55.0 66.6 57.0 67.9 60.0 PF. 103 55 88 99 79 67 65 20 23 17 8 1 1 636 635 TP 698 370 309 248 209 183 156 51 38 31 20 7 2320 1530 Wah Jones and Big Al were hands and wrists above ail oppo- nents this year on the back boards. Rebounding was the differ- ence in all the tight ones. Dale Barnstable has the ball pointed out to hir and Wah Jones try to get oriented. hile Jim Line 132 BASKETBALL Garland Townes Roger Day, John btough driving desire to play boll. The 6 ' 2 " junior is o good shot from the forward position, but likes to drive in for closeups. Jim Line has a left orm more widely known than Lefty Grove ' s. He come off the bench when no one cculd score ond pushed Kentucky into the leod single armedly, ogoinst Villonova in the NCAA, scoring 21 points. He makes straight " A " s in En- gineering. Sophomore Walt Hirsch is Barker ' s successor as a boll flipper. He likes to slop the ball rather than poss it. He hit 32 percent of his shots and will probably join Bornstable and Line in next year ' s starting lineup. A slugging first baseman, Hirsch figures to ploy professional baseball when he is graduated. John Stough, Roger Day, Garland Townes, Al Bruno and Bob Henne rounded out the greatest bunch of bosketboll bouncers college bosketboll hos ever seen. If the defensive man backs i gets too close Rapid Ralph too close. can hit a long one; if he Being a big, high scorer isn ' t all peaches and cream. Even round him; this one got though gagged and held, Groza racked up 38 points against these Georgia boys. 133 WILDCAT APPRECIATION DAY Top; The " Best Band In Dixie " welcomes the national champions home. Middle: A throng of admirers surrounds Ralph Beord ' s convertible. Bottom: The speech-making gets underway in front of the Administration Building. 134 - S I BASEBALL _TTT ,- .fae.W .. iTBc M 45. T% .i, ' ' ;«s «ci .tiirffj) ' ' " ' ..«to .. The University of Kentucky baseball team got off to another gloomy, rainy start this yeor. Lock of a batting coge for rainy days, and a dia- mond other than Legion Field for the infrequent sunny ones, got the Cats off on a lame leg again. Invariably the Kentucky bosebollers wind up the season with a six-gome winning streak only to break even for the year. The Cats included 16 Southeostern Conference games on their 20 game schedule and finished well up in the Conference despite their shaky start. Shortstop Johnny Stough again led the way for the Wildcats. His timely hitting and spectacular fielding caught the sharp eyes of many scouts, making the bespectacled Alabaman a sure bet to sign a professional contract this summer. Outfielder Allen Hamilton was right next to Stough in the hitting deportment and he too is looking for a luciotive pro offer. First baseman Walt Hirsch was the old dependable on the squad. The 6 ' 4 " sophomore was always there when o sizzling grounder threatened to scoot between first and second, and when o hit was needed, it was Hirsch who hit the ball on a line for extra bases. Sophomore Johnny Mayes handled the second sack as if he ' d been there for years. His graceful throw and sure fielding did more than a little in racking up those roily killing double plays. Dick Ramsey and John Crosthwaite both hopped around the hot corner. Ramsey hit the boll hard and often and Crosthwaite fielded well and hustled all the way, giving depth at third base. Chunky Allen Hamilton cavorted in lef field. Bob Henne covered center like o spider, and Ray Mig- nerey and Bob Hatchett took turns in right depend- ing 3n who pitched. Mignerey was a Roy of sunlight on a gloomy pitching staff. With any kind of breaks at all, he won comes. Behind the big man come sophomore Frank Tucci, lefty Roy Wiseman, A! MacLoed, and Bob Hatchett. Catching mitts were handled capably by Jay Cum- mins, Buddy Clegg, and sophomore Roy Turner. Kentucky, known chiefly as on SEC basketball tyrant, is becoming known as an up and coming power in Conference baseball. 135 TRACK TRACK 1948 Season The 1948 Track season was one of the most suc- ce ssful in Kentucky ' s history. Under their new coach, Don Cash Secton, the team was undefeated in dual and triangular competition and scored the most points in the Southeastern Conference of ony team since 1 937. In dual meet competition, the thin-clad Wildcats defected Marshall, Vanderbilt, Tennessee Poly- technical Institute, and tied the University of Tennessee 65 ' 2 to 65 V2. This letter meet was the highlight of the season and Kentucky led its opponents by 5 points going into the mile relay but they lost that race in a hair splitting finish be- tween Captain Kirchner and Tennessee ' s anchor man, Pugh. The Varsity overwhelmed its Freshmen and Eastern State College in a triangular meet scoring 117 points while the Freshmen scored bWi and East- ern SOVi. Coptain elect Tony Dallas was high point winner of this meet, as in others, accounting for 13 points — winning both hurdle events ond scoring third in the high jump. The other dual meets were won quite easily, con- quering T.P.I, despite the fact that sprinters Phelps, Meihaus, Genito, Dallas and Wise were in Philadelphia competing in the 440 and 880 yard relays of the Pennsylvania Relays. Although they failed to place in that fastest of all relay meets, they made o good showing and gave other schools o warning that Kentucky is " on the way " in track. In the Southeastern Conference Meet, Tony Dallas surprised the veteran hurdlers by winning his heats in both hurdles and then placing fourth in the low hurdles (24.0 flat) and fifth in the high hur- dles (15.2) in the finals. Kentucky qualified three men for the finals of the 220 yard dash, Ralph Genito placing third and Don Phelps fourth. Al- though Phelps ran his heat of the 100 yard dash in 9.7, he failed to qualify for the finals when Bienz of Tulane broke the tope in 9.6. Norman Moody ' s 5th in the two mile run completed Ken- tucky ' s scoring of 9 points, placing the team in 9th place of the meet. John Chumley, competing his first year at Ken- tucky, was high point winner of the season with a total of 42 while Captain George Kirchner and Captain elect Tony Dallas were close on his heels with 35-3 5 and 35 points respectively. Richard Griffith, steady and reliable distonce runner, scored 30 points for his Alma Mater, Don Phelps 29, John Meihaus 21-2 5, Ralph Genito 19-2 5, Dale Barnstable 19, John Richter and Frank Smotherman, weightmen, each 1 8 points. Others to win letters were Clayton Cruise in the pole vault, Norman Moody distance runs, Graydon Bell middle distance, and William Gibson in the high jump. 136 FENCING The 1 949 University of Kentucky fencing team was built around Charles LeGette and George Christen, both Louisville men. The 1949 schedule was composed of seven matches, four of which were contested away from home. Other men on the team were: Doug Brown, Louis- ville; John Ford, Elkhorn City; Preben Haagenson, Brazil; Steve Martinez, Cuba; Charles Mitchell, Vicksburg, Miss.; James Ryan, Covington; Al Sol- omon, Salem, Conn.; Mike Yockowsky, and Sidney Neal, Owensboro. LeGette placed second in foil and saber in the 1948 Amateur Fencers League of America Tour- nament held in Louisville. Christen took second in epee and third in saber in the some meet. Coach Scott Breckinridge is Kentucky State Cham- pion in foil. Breckinridge and his father wrote a book on the art, entitled " Sword Play. " Coach Breckinridge ranked the three top positions in the different groups os follows: Foil — LeGette, Solomon, and Brown; Saber — Christen, Ford, and LeGette; and Epee — Christen, Mitchell, and Ryan. of Illinois (of Champaign) of Vanderbilt (at Lexington) of Cincinnati (at Cincinnati) of Louisville (at Lexington) of Vanderbilt (at Nashville) of Louisville (at Louisville) U. of Cincinnati (at Lexington) 1949 Schedule: Feb. ' 1, U. Feb. 19, U. Marcn 5, U. March 12, U. April 2, U. April 9, U. April 23, U. 137 TENNIS Although hampered by rainy weather, soggy courts, and lack of practice in the early weeks of the campoign, Kentucky ' s tennis team gradually im- proved OS the season progressed, to finish up with record of five victories and six defeats. The Wildcat netters wan three of their last five starts. The bouad was unanimous in its choice of Notre Dome as the best team met during the season. The Irish beat the Cats, 9-0. Four of Kentucky ' s five shut-out scores. ■ictories were by 9-0 Coach Roy Durham awarded letters to Tommy As- bury, Robert Collins, Danny Dickerson, Paul King, and Dick Meodors, all of Lexington; Jerry Clai- borne, Hopkinsville; Elmer Reusch, Bellevue; and Omar Tatum, Louisville. The season record: KY. TEAM 9 Tennessee Poly 1 Vanderbilt 9 Bereo Georgia Tech Cincinnati 1 Tennessee 8 Xavier 1 Cincinnati Notre Dome 9 Xavier 9 Ky. Wesleyan WON; OPP. A 8 A H 9 H 9 A 8 A 1 H 8 A 9 H H H 138 GOLF The 1948 golf team hod a record of 12 wins as against six setbacl ;s. The teom was built around the 1947 standouts: Johnny Owens, Dick Hicks, Fred Lewis, and Mor- vin Lear. These veterans were joined by three freshmen, Roy Colton, Jock Asher, and Keorns Hamilton, The linksmen got away to a bad start by losing to Indiana University 1 4 Vi — I2V2. Western Michi- gan, the second foe, was soundly trounced 13 — 5. Following this, the niblickers whipped Vanderbilt and Miami of Ohio, before losing again to Indiana University and Notre Dame. Xavier was crushed by UK, who then tried for the Southeastern Conference Meet in Athens, Georgia. Colton and Asher were low with 80 each, Lear had 81, Owens 83, and Lewis 84, but they did not qualify. For the rest of the season, Coach Frank Atkin ' s team had a record of eight wins and three losses. 1948 GOLF SEASON RESULTS 121 2 141 2 Indiana University 13 5 Western Michigan 13 5 Vanderbilt 21 6 Miami, Ohio 1 1 ' 2 15 2 Indiana University 9 18 Notre Dame 20 7 Xavier 1 3 V ' 2 4 2 Tennessee 1 1 7 Georgia Tech 4 14 Georgia Tech 15 3 Tennessee 24 3 Eastern 6 ' 2 20 2 University of Cincinnati 24 3 University of Cincinnoti 19 8 Xavier 5 ' 2 12 2 Vanderbilt 10 8 Miami, Ohio I4 ' 2 3 2 Eastern 139 INTRAMURALS The intramural program, up until the time the bosketball play was completed, registered 2290 men as having competed in the various sports, with many more expected as spring sports rolled oround- Bill McCubbin, IM Director, reports basketball leads the list by far, with 660 men on 44 teams. Eight trophies were given for sports: in touch foot- ball, volleyball, basketball, bowling, wrestling, soft- ball, track, and free throw. Medals, gold and silver, were awarded to the win- ners end runners-up in the following sports: ten- nis (S and D), ping ponn (S and D), bodminton (S and D), wrestling (each weight class), and track (individual events). Last year, the oil participation trophy, given for team competing most in activities, went to Sigma Chi, with Sigma Alpha Epsilon as the runner-up. Alpha Gamma Rho won the sportsmanship trophy; and Claude Sprowls took top honors in individual participation. Summer Semester, 1948: Softball; Tipplers — Kinkead Hall Golf (Singles): Wright (SAE) — Abel (SN) Golf idoubles): Taylor ond Wright (SAE) — Abel and Adams (SN) Fall Semester, 1948: Touch football: SX — DTD Tennis (singles): Holland (SAE) — Royle (Ind.) Tennis (doubles): Powers and Holland (SAE) — - Sayloi and Kenny (SPE) Golf (singles): Grugin (KA) — Wagner (DTD) Golf (doubles): Everett and Wright (SAE) — Grugin and Griffin (KA) Volleyball: SX — PSK Ping Pong (singles): Russell (DTD) — Clayton (SX) Ping Pong (doubles): Bentley and Houchen (PSK) — Graham and Clayton (SX) Free throw: Leskovar (Ind.) 45 of 50 — Crow (PKT) 4 1 of 50 Wrestling: (team) AGR — S X Wrestling (Individual weight classes): 115: Street (AGR) — Routt (SAE) 125: Kingsbury (SAE) — Bradley (SX) 135: Gulley (AGR) — Moon (SX) 145: Benson (ATO) — King (KS) 155: Woke (Ind.) — Manly (AGR) 165: Rodes (SAE) — Menne (SX) 175: Meyers (SX) — Gorhom (SX) Heavvweight: Turner (AGR) — Beam (DTD) For the third consecutive year, Sigma Chi has won every gome they hove played in touch football, both in round robin and in tournament play. Top left: IM Director Bill McCubbin with the all-participation trophy. Top right: Bill Leskovar, winner of the free-throw title. Next: No-hit Softball pitchers Bob Wodtke (men ' s dorm), Hugh Brinkley (AGR) and Gene McMurray (Sig Ep). Next to bottom: Football champion Sigma Chi and the runner-up, Delta Tau Delta. Bottom: Men ' s Dorm, the IM cage champion. 140 INTRAMURALS At the end of the season, there were three oll- star teams selected, one for each division in the round-robin play. The men selected were: Division one: Jack Bailey (SPE) and Jock Schiffli (PKA) — ends; Claude Sprowls (ATO) and Ronald Nazer (Kinkead Hall) — guards; Howard Morgan (SPE) — center, Fred Lawson (Kinkead Hall); Woody Fritts (SPE), Carlton Brown (LXA), and Bud 2erner (SN) — backs. Division two: Bronson Colahan (PSK) and Frank Bossett (SAE) — ends; Mac Mayes (SAE) and Bill Hammich (PKT) — guards; Fred Barrich — center; Harry Gloss (PKT), Paul Spears (PKT), Carroll Ja- cobs (SAE), and Charles Humston (SAE) — backs. Division three: Borkley Sturgill (SX) and Wayne Dougherty (KS) — ends, Ben Smithson (SX) and Bill McCar n (PDT) — guards; Eli Jackson (PDT) — cen- ter; Bill Branch (SX), Art Price (ASP), John Kaster vDtD Jim Stewart (KS) — bocks. Breck Hall became the University intramural cham- pion for 1949 by defeating the " K " Club, another independent team, in the final match 31-29. Delta Tou Delta won the University fraternity title after dumping Kappa Sigma 43-40. These two teams hod been eliminiated in the semifinals of the University playoff. The all-University intramural basketball team os selected by gome officials and the Intramural Committee was: Tom Porter (Sigma Phi Epsilon) and Andy Polites (Generals), guards; Joel Gordon (Zeta Beta Tau), center; and Ben Zaranko (Kappa Sigmo) and Eugene Clark (Varmits), forwards. Each division played round-robin games within it- self, at the completion of which the three top teams from each division went into the elimination tournament. The teams which gamed berths in the tournament were: Independents: Varmits, Law School, " K " Club, Demon Terrors, Brown Bears, Breck Hall, Kinkead Hall, Ingleside Trailers, American Society of Me- chanical Engineers, Association of Independent Students, Boilermakers, and the Generals. Fraternities: Sigma Chi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Zeta Beta Tau, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Delta Tou Delta, Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Theta, Lambda Chi Alpha, and Phi Kappa Tou. In team participation at the first of April, Delta Tau Delta had the most points toward the all-par- ticipation trophy, trailed closely by Sigma Chi and Sigma Alpha Epsilon. These points include the following sports: touch football, tennis and golf (S and D), volley boll, ping pong, free throw, wrestling, and basketball. r i; Top left: Tennis champion Charlie Holland iSAE Top right: Golf champion Don Grugin (KAj. Next: Phi Delts vs. Lambda Chis. Next to bottom: Roy Turner (AGR) pins Beam (DTD) for heavyweight wrestling crown. Bottom: Delta Tau Delta fraternity cage champions. 141 AND HER HONORARIES The cream of the college crop Is selected by UK honoraries. We recognize leadership qualities And place premiums on scholarship. The key we wear means much to us, It symbolizes high achievement. OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Omicron Delta Kappa was founded at Washington and Lee University in 1914, and Nu Circle was in- stalled at the University of Kentucky in 1925. Purpose: First, to recognize men who hove ottaine J a high standard of leadership in collegiate activi- ties; second, to bring together the most representa- tive men in all phases of college life; third, to bring together members of the faculty and student body of the institution on a basis of mutual interest, un- derstanding and helpfulness. Faculty Advisor: Dr. Charles Snow Officers: John Anggelis, president; Ned Breathitt, vice president; Fred Nichols, secretary-treasurer Anggehs, Breathitt, Nichols Bleidt, Whaley, Barker Wharton, Holtzclaw, Line Bell, Clark, Owens Christian, Daughertv, Hanc( 144 OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Members in the Faculty: Staley Adams, Merl Baker, Paul Boyd, G. Davis B u c k n e r, Leo M. Chamberlain, Thomas D. Clark, Thomas P. Coop- er, Herman L. Donovan, Harold H. Downing, Wes- ley P. Garrigus, Levi J. Horlacher, Albert D. Kir- wan, Robson D. Mclntyre, Frank L. McVey, William L. Matthews, Roy Morelond, Adolph Rupp, Lewis Sowin, Robert E. Shaver, Bernie Shively, Charles t- Snow, Elvis J. Stahr, Dewey G. Steele, William S. Taylor, William S. Ward, William S. Webb, Mar- tin M. White, Edward Wiest Members: John Anggelis, George Barker, Edward Barnes, Jack Bell, Robert Bleidt, Edward Breathitt, Virgil Christian, Jr., Andrew Clark, John Crockett, Fred Dougherty, John Gillespie, Roland Griffith, Darrell Hancock, Harold Holtzclaw, James Line, William Moseley, Fred Nichols, John Owens, Eu- gene Weakley, Charles Whaley, Robert Wharton, William Young Honorory Members: Barry Bingham, Albert D. Chandler, Thomas H. Cutler, Keen Johnson, List, James Park, James H. Richmond, A. O. Stan- ley, Richard C. Stoll BMOCs Bob BIcidt, Fred Nichols, John Anggelis, Charles Whaley, and Ned Breathitt discuss qualifications of candidates for membership in Omicron Delta Kappa, junior and senior men ' s leadership society. 145 MORTAR BOARD MIJ Sunley, Asbury, Potfs, D. White, McWhirter Reynolds, Shinnick, Wills, Flege, F. White Broaddus, Good, Bicknell, Bright, Shropshire Mortar Board was founded at Swarthmore College in 1918 and installed at the University of Kentucky in 1920. Purpose: To provide for cooperation between societies, to promote college loyalty, to advance the spirit of service and fellowship among university women, to maintain a high standard of scholarship, to recognize and encourage leadership, and to stimulate and de- velO(3 a finer type of college woman. Faculty Advisors: Miss Helen King, Mrs. A. D. Kirwon, Mrs. W. B. Turner Members in the Faculty: Miss Virginia Boskett, Mrs. Leia Cullis, Miss Margoret King, Mrs. Lolo Robinson Honorory Member: Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes Officers: Elizabeth Sunley, President; Jeanne Asbury, Vice-president; Nancy Potts, Secretary; Dorritt White, Treasurer; Mary Sue McWhirter, Historian-editor Members: Jeanne Taliaferro Asbury, Elizabeth Ann Bicknell, Elizabeth M. Bright, Julia Duncan Broaddus, Lois Ann Flege, Mrs. Mary Ann Faulkner Good, Mary Sue McWhirter, Nancy Jean Potts, Mrs. Mary Beth Kollbreier Reynolds, Nancy Innes Shinnick, Betty Ann Shropshire,, Sylvia Ann Smith, Elizabeth Ann Sunley, Mrs. Amy Elizabeth Dean Wills, Dorritt Jean White, John Frances White 146 LAMP AND CROSS Lamp and Cross was founded in 1903 at the University of Kentucky to recog- nize qualities of leadership among outstanding members of the senior class. Faculty advisor: T. R. Bryant Officers: Ned Breathitt, president; Bill Bixler, Vice-president; Rusty Russell, Secretary; Roy Wallace, Treasurer Members: John C. Anggelis, George Barker, Ed Barnes, Robert Bell, Thomas Bell, Ned Breathitt, Ed Brook- ing, Andy H. Clark, Pat Conley, John Crockett, Fred Dougherty, Tom Dun- can, Dick Gillespie, Frank Gilliam, Darrell Hancock, Harold Holtzclow, B. L. Kessinger, Hugh Moorhead, Fred Nichols, John Owens, Virgil Pryor, N o r r i s Reigler, Don Robinson, Hal Rucker, William (Rusty) Russell, Bark- ley Sturgill, Tom Underwood, Roy Wal- lace, Charles Whaley, Bill Young Breathitt, Bixler, Russell Pryor, Wallace, Whaley Barker, Nichols, Anggelis Hancock, Conley, Moorhead Daugherty, Gillespie, Clark 147 TAU BETA PI The Tau Beta Pi Association was founded at Lehigh University in 1885. Kentucky Alpha chapter wos installed at the University of Kentucky in 1902. Purpose: To mark in a fitting manner those who hove conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering, or by their at- tainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the en- gineering colleges of America. Faculty Advisors: E. A. Bureau, J S. Horine, A. J. Meyer, A. A. Nierenberg Broyles, McCullough, Alsop Jenkins, Brockenborough, Clark Broadfoot, Coskunogullari, O ' Neal Bell, Barstow, Steele Reynolds, Woody, Noble McHargue, Murray, Haynes Williams, Becraft, Walters 148 TAU BETA PI Members in faculty; S. F. Adams, M, W. Beebe, D. K. BIythe, E. A. Bureau, C. S. Crouse, H. H. Down- ing, E. E. Elsey, G. R. Gerhard, J. S. Horine, J. L. Leggett, A. J. Meyer, A. A. Nierenberg, L. E. Nol- lau, H. A. Romanowitz, R. E. Shover, D. V. Terrell Officers: Othniel Alsop, president; Morris E. Broyles, vice president; Vernon A. Hopkins, cor- responding secretary; Bruce McCullough, recording secretary; William M. Jenkins, treasurer; Thomas B. Elliott, cotologer Members: Othniel Alsop, John M. Barstow, Willard R. Becraft, Jock R. Bell, William L. Broadfoot, W. J. Brockenborough, Morris E. Broyles, Andrew H. Clark, Atalay Coskunogullari, Butler H. Durham, Thomas B. Elliott, Leonard S. Haynes, Vernon A. Hopkins, William M. Jenkins, Bruce McCullough, Carl J. McHargue, George T. Murray, David Noble, Eugene O ' Neal, Samin Ozgur, Clarence S. Reynolds, Carlton Steel, Paul W. Walters, John N. Willioms, William H. Wise, James W. Woody Even those heavy sledge hammers failed to daunt these happy pledges to Tau Beta Pi, the honorary every engineer dreams about . . . nightmares ex- cluded. Standing from left to right — Walton, O ' Bryan, Morrow, and Hart; kneeling, Broyles. 149 HENRY WATTERSON PRESS CLUB !en. Smith, Eddleman, Whalev, Patri( , 5chiil, Moore, Terhune, Pitchford The Henry Watterson Press Club was founded ot DePauw University on Ap ' il 17, 1909. It was in- stalled at the University of Kentucky in 1925. Purpose: To afford men journalism students an opportunity for mutual ossociotion in a professional journalism society; to further an interest in journal- ism and to promote o high professional standard of work among its members. The club intends to foster a spirit of cooperation among the students, the faculty, and the working press. Member in faculty: Dr. Neil Plummer. Honorary members: Victor R. Portmonn, William Moore, and J. Ardery McCauley. Associate members: Haskell P. Short, John W. Sor- relle, Jr. Officers: Stanley J. Schill, president; Raymond N. Fulton, vice president; Thomas R. Spillman, secre- tary; Monte R, Tussey, treasurer Members: Andrew J. Briggs, Karl Christ, Thomas E. Diskin, James C. Eddleman, Jerold A. Finch, Horry L. Green, Wynn C. Moseley, Charles M. Pat- rick, Robert B. Pitchford, George Reynolds, Robert B. Smith, Allen Terhune, Charles Whaley 150 THETA SIGMA PHI Flege, Ayres, Graham, Warren Deiss, Geiger, Wilson, Pardue Theta Sigma Phi was founded at the University of Washington in 1909. Chi chapter was established at the University of Kentucky in 1920. The purpose of this honorary fraternity is to further the interests of women in the profession of journal- ism. Faculty advisor: Marguerite McLaughlin Members in faculty: Mrs. Lydia Fisher Officers: Lois Ann Flege, president; Rubye Earle Graham, vice president; Barbara Sue Warren, secre- tary; Louise Ayres, treasurer Members: Jean Allen, Louise Ayres, Betty Mastin, Helen Deiss, Lois Ann Flege, Mrs. Norris Golben, Mary Powell Geiger, Rubye Eorle Graham, Anne Pardue, Barbara Sue Warren, Louise Anne Wilson 151 ALPHA ZETA Alpha Zeta was founded at Ohio State University in 1897. Scovell chapter was installed at the Uni- versity of Kentucky in 1912 in order to confer hon- or upon students who demonstrate that they have the essential qualities of leadership and scholarship. Faculty Advisors: J. B. Kelly, H. W. Beers, D. G. Steele Officers: Lowell O. Denton, chancellor; Rupert N. Samples, vice chancellor; James A. Wells, secre- tary; Frank B. Linton, treasurer; Harry R. Donoho, chronicler. Members: Fred Arms, Chester L. Blokeman, W. DeWinter Burgess, Jr., Bernard A. Burton, William T. Chaffin, Cecil Conley, Richard Crafton, William B. Cropper, Robert Crouch, John Crutchfield, Thomas A. Curtsinger, Lowell Denton, Harry Dono- ho, Robert Enlow, Floyd Ellis, George Everette, Roy Flowery, Kenneth E. Flowers, Garnett E. Francis, Ambrose Givens, Kenneth Grizzell, Jock Haggard, James Hamilton, Robert W. Hicks, Edd C. Hogg, Ray Hogg, Martin D. Johnson, Hobort Kinder, Columbus Litton, Frank B. Linton, Beryle McClain, Charles Martin, Willord H. Minton, Carlisle Moore, Wellington Moore, Jr., Willis Moremen, Jomes Muntz, Thomas L. Riley, James C. Ross, Rupert Samples, Louis Shelton, Robert B. Simon, Arlie Norman Taylor, Delbert Vaught, Eugene Weakley, James A. Wells Linton, Samples, Denton Wells, Riley, Smith Crafton, Hogg, Muntz Kinder, Ross, Vaught Flowers, Minton, Hicks Burton, Lobb, Thrasher 152 PHI UPSILON OMICRON Phi Upsilon Omicron wos founded at the University of Minnesota in 1909. Iota chapter was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1922 to establish and strengthen bonds of friendship, to promote the moral and intellectual development of its members, and to advance and promote home economics. Faculty Advisors; Miss Mane Berkley, Miss Ruth Boyden Members in faculty; Miss Marie Berkley, Dr. Statie Erikson, Miss Ruth Boyden, Miss Elizabeth Helton, Mrs. Nancy Thurman Officers; Sylvia Smith, president; Polly Freels, vice president; Pat Lawson, secretary; Elizabeth Bright, treasurer Members; Jean Amis, Imogene Block, Jane Blount, Elizabeth Bright, Dorothy Doyle, Marion Fisher, Polly Freels, Evelyn Hammond, Neree Hatcher, Elizabeth Hemple, Pat Lawson, Virginia Link, Claire Mabry, Jane Pack, Eloise Ridley, Sylvia Smith, Doris Warren, Amy Wills Freels, Smith, Bright Link, Lawson, Mabry Hatcher, Hammond, Wills Ridley, Warren, Pack Fisher, Amis, Doyle 153 PHI BETA Phi Beta Fraternity was founded on May 5, 1912 at Northwestern. Kappa Chapter was installed at the University of Kentucky on May 12, 1925. Purpose is to promote the best in music and drama, to live a life of service, and to seek and develop the highest type of womanhood. Faculty Advi sor: Saro Revell Estill Show Members in faculty: Lolo Robinson, Sara Reveli Estill Shaw Officers: Marion Stafford, president; Louise Swin- ford, vice president; Mary Beth Reynolds, Ann English, secretaries; Marie Johnson, treasurer; Vir- ginia Juett, historian; Mary Carolyn Carver, door keeper Members: Mary Bright, Mary Carolyn Carver, Ann English, Mary Anne Good, Jean Harrell, Marie Johnson, Virginia Juett, Elizabeth Mowat, Rayma Purdon, Mary Beth Reynolds, Dorothy Richardson, Roberto Spicer, Marion Stofford, Louise Swinford, Jo Ann Tolley, Ann Lee Scalf Pledges: Joyce West, Betty Elliott, Martha Shindle- bower, Doris Johnson, Virginia Sotterfield, Martha Purdy, Jean Bolton, Sue Crowford, Nancy Payne, Betty McGinnis, Priscilla Honcher, Evelyn Bennett, Ruth Adams, Vivian Hereford Reynolds, Stafford, Swinford Bright, Juett, English Richardson, Carver, Harrell Talley, Purdon, Purdy Mowat, Adams, Spicer 154 PHI MU ALPHA Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia wos founded at the New Englond Conservatory of Music in 1898 and in- 1932. Purpose: To advance the cause of music in Amer- ica; to foster the mutual welfare and brothrhood of students of music; to develop the •■■ruest fraternal spirit among its members; and to encourage loyalty ■,o the Alma Mater. Faculty Advisor: Perry Adams Members in the faculty: Aimo Kiviniemi, Ford Montgomery, Robert Morgan, F. J. Prindl. Honorary Member: Jock Bryden. Officers: John Kuiper, president; Bill McKenney, vice president; Bob Bleidt, secretary; Cornelius Von Boyer, treasurer; Bill Hubbell, notional councilman. Members: Bob Bleidt, Bob Borden, Embry Curtis, Jim Eversole, Bill Fouse, Jock Feierabend, Burdis Gideon, Bill Hubbell, Bill Jones, John Kuiper, Cecil McGee, Bill McKenney, Bill Peavyhouse, Bill Ralph, Forrest Schenks, Jock Steers, Don Stone, Ellis Tay- lor, John Tully, Cornelius Von Boyer, Jack Whicker. K V-iLi-i Kuiper, Bleidt, Hubbell, McKenney, Feierabend Eversole, Tully, Talbott, Taylor, Peavyhouse Gideon, Jones, Curry, McGee, Whicker 155 PHI ALPHA DELTA p. P P a ' Ml Mm Phi Alpha Delta was founded at South Haven, Michigan in 1902. Henry Clay Chapter was estab- lished of the University of Kentucky in 1914 to promote a strong bond among different classes at the vorious low schools; to form a strong link be- tween the law schools and their former students; to promote social and intellectual intercourse among Its members; and to foster those principles that tend to form a higher type of womanhood. " Faculty Advisors: Roy Matthews, Jr. M. Moreland, William Members in Faculty: Roy M. Moreland, William Matthews, Jr. Officers: Thomas Peorce Bell, president; Jack Francis Mattinglv, vice president; John B. Wyatt, secretary; William Ford Threlkeld, treasurer; Joe S. Wheeler, marshal Wyatt, Wheeler, Threlkeld, Mattingly Clark, Greenfield, Anggelis, Harville Mills, Breathitt, Reigler, Reed Rucker, Pendleton, Clare, R. Smith Stephens, Estill, Griffin, Talbotf Sloan, Brock, Wood, Jackson Johnstone, Metcalf, Hayes 56 PHI ALPHA DELTA Members: George Benjamin Akin, Marius Ander- son, John C. Anggelis, Thomas Pearce Bell, Ralph Lester Bonhom, Edward Thompson Breathitt, Jr., Daniel Nathan Brock, Stanley Carter, Michael James Clare, Theodore W. Clark, Milford Donan Estill, Bradford T. Garrison, Henry McHenry Grif- fin, Gladney Harville, Paul Eugene Hayes, Robert A. Hines, Jr., Manis Douglos Hodges, Donald Clarence Hoskins, Edward Jackson, Edward Hug- gins, Johnstone, John J. Lorkin, Delbert L. Mc- Laughlin, Benjamin Johnson Monn, Jock Francis Mottingly, Henry Meigs II, Everett Harrison Met- colf, Jr., Moubert R. Mills, Bloke H. Page, Dwight L. Pendleton, Jr., Royce Carter Pulliom, Hartwell Duvoll Reed, Jr., Norris Whipple Reigler, Edwin D. Rice, Harold James Rucker, Thomas B. Sotterwhite, William Edmund Sloan, Forest Smith, Richard Stivers Smith, Marvin Talbott, William Ford Threl- keld, Bruce Stephens, Jr., Ralph N. Walter, John O. Welch, Joe S. Wheeler, Jr., Gilbert M. Wilson, Taulbee Wood Woodson, John B. Wyott, Robert Sanders Wellmon Pledges: Denver Adams, W. Dolton Greenfield, John Jerold O ' Hara, William H. Porhom, William E. Scent Phi Alpha Delta officers map their plan of argument prior to a meeting where many arguments, no doubt, will arise- But that ' s what lawyers are for, isn ' t it? Pictured from left to right are John Wyatt, secretary; Tom Bell, justice; lack Mattingly, vice justice; Joe Wheeler, marshall; and William Threlkeld, treasurer. 157 PHI DELTA PHI Phi Delta Phi, International Legal Fraternity, was founded at the University of Michigan in 1869. Breckinridge Inn Chapter was installed at the Uni- versity of Kentucky In 1 925 for the purpose of pro- moting scholarship, professional ethics and culture in law school. Faculty Advisors: Dean Elvis Stahr, Jr., Dr. Frank Murray, Prof. Paul Oberst Members in Faculty: Prof. Paul Oberst, Dr. Frank Murray, Prof. Maurice Gulp, Prof. Alfred B. Mc- Ewen Honorary Members: Dean Elvis J. Stahr, Jr., Judge Shackleford Miller Officers: J. B. McNamara, president; Raymond R. Vincent, vice president, treasurer; Samuel Neace, Jr., secretary; William Todd Cheshire, historian McNamara, Vincent, Neace, Cheshire Turiey, D. Smith, Hancock, Barker Ch3nault, Kelly, Yessin, Daugherfy Haifield, Browning, Hams, Gillespie Muncy, Lassiter, McKinley, Johnston J. Helton, Tyler, Allphin, Little Mahurin, Pryor, Conley, Cook 158 PHI DELTA PHI Members: Dee A. Akers, John P. Allen, William E. Allender, Robert H. Allpin, George E. Barker, C. Ed Barnes, Jr., William H. Bixler, John B. Brown- ing, Charles R. Burton, Theodore Caddell, A. Singleton Cagle, Dalton B. Caldwell, Hugh K. Campbell, George M. Catlett, James S. Chenault, William T. Cheshire, Henry C. Coldiron, James P. Conley, John R. Cook, Fred H. Dougherty, Roger E. Fritz, Greeley Gay, Porter H. Gilbert, John R. Gil- lespie, John P. Godfrey, Daniel W. Goodman, Dar- rell B. Hancock, J. Pryor Hancock, James L. Hardy, Tom D. Harris, George W. Hatfield, James C. Hel- ton, Roger H. Helton, Jr., Floyd B. Hogg, Thomas E. Home, Robert N. Hubbard, J. Jerold Johnston, John W. Kelly, Sam F. Kibbey, William C. Kibbey, James M. Lossiter Frank C. Leach, Jr., Bryan L. Lewis, Paul M. Lewis, Richard T. Linn, Colvert C. Little, M. Stuart Mahunn, Howard Monn, Jack Miller, Joseph H. McKinley, Joseph B. McNamora, Robert C. Muncy, Samuel Neace, Jr., Virgil F. Pryor, Buford A. Short, Donald C. Smith, Robert W. Smith, Joseph C. Thompson, Robert J. Turley, James A. Tyler, Raymond R. Vincent, Rudy Yessir. President McNomora (seated) and his fellow policy makers — Neace, secretary; Vincent, vice presi- dent; and Cheshire, historian ' — talk over a point in question. 159 PI TAU SIGMA Grace, J. Williams, McCullough, Smith, Mofsingcr E. Williams, Johnson, O ' Neal, O, Lewis, Kozak Goodlette, Haynes, Walters, Stone, F. Lewis Pi Tau Sigma, national Mechanical Engineering honorary, was founded at the University of Illinois in 1915. Pi Lambda Chapter was installed on the compus of the University of Kentucky on May 24, 1947. Purpose: To stimulate interest, foster keen scho- lastic competition, and promote high ideals among the mechanical engineers of the engineering col- lege. Faculty Advisor: Prof. E. B. Penrod Officers: Leonard S. Haynes, president; Eugene B. O ' Neal, vice president; Francis R. Stone, recording secretary; Eugene D. Kozak, corresponding secre- tary; Eugene E. Williams, treasurer Members: John D. Goodlette, Garland K. Grace. Leonard S. Haynes, Leonard G. Johnson, Eugene D. Kozak, Owen H. Lewis, Willis F. Lewis, Bruce Mc- Cullough, Russell E. Motsinger, Eugene B. O ' Neal, Omar T. Smith, Francis R. Stone, Paul W. Walters, Eugene E. Williams, John N. Williams. Groduote students: Marjorie Sulzer, Raymond T. Warner Members in faculty: E. B. Penrod, R. B. Knight, W. M. Carter, E. E. Elsey, R. D. Hawkins, W. F. Sav- age, C. D. Jones, O. W. Gord, J. J. Willis, H. W. Estill 160 PHI DELTA CHI Phi Delta Chi fraternity was founded in the Department of Pharmacy, Uni- versity of Michigan, m 1 883, to pro- mote the interests of pharmacy and chemistry. Faculty Advisor: Prof, J, W. Miles Members in faculty are Dean Earl P. Slone, Prof. J. W. Miles. Hono rary members ore Dr. Ewen Gillis, Mrs. Mary Dilly Officers: A. B. Meadows, worthy chief counsellor; J. W. Brake, vice worthy counsellor; C. F. Brake, worthy keeper of finance; E. R. Panky, worthy keeper of records and seals; E. Moore, worthy moster-at-orms; V. 8. Hager, worthy prelate; C. R. Gregory, worthy inner guard Members: A I v i n Bertram, John Cabell, Vander L. Collins, Luther Corey, George Countzler, Myles J. Crowde, Junius Dunnavon, H. R. Feotherstone, M. E. Gardner, Ray- mond Hozelip, Tommie Holland, Thurmond Hooper, Cris Kilgus, Rich- ard Lacefield, Leo Marshall, Edwin J. Mehring, James W. Miles, Thurmond Moore, Charles H, McClave, R. Nolly, Charles Roodcap, Joe Rogers, Tommie Rogers, S. O. Roy, Ralph T. Spears, Melvin Taylor, James Terry, Victor C. Wallace, Henry Zax Corey, Panke, C. Brake, J. Brake, Meadows E. Rogers, Nally, Zax, E. Moore, Roadcap J. Rogers, T. Moore, McClave, Taylor, Lacefield Terry, Wallace, Spears, Crowder, Mehring Hazelip, Roy, Gardner, Cabbell, Hager Kilgus, Featherstone, Holland, Marsnall, Dunnavar Countzler, Hooper, Gregory, Collins, Bertram n r o e» n f 161 PERSHING RIFLES fi tt;» H tM H -n ' ff ' n n !is«lS J " ' " Offii ; and members of Pershing Rifles, UK ' ' ick drill sharp steppers " has won the 1st Regimental Drill Meet for so many years they ' ' It has been since they lost. Officers pictured in the first row from left to right ar 2nd Lt. T. O. Townes, 1st Lt. Davis S. Fields, Capt. David K. Holland, 2nd Lt. Jame Wachtman, and Lt. Col. L. B. Babcock, Faculty Advisor. Tit, pose on the steps of Memorial Hall. This group forgotten just how long 1st Sgt. Henry Simpson, ;. Price, 2nd Lt. Charles Pershing Rifles is a national honorary nnilitary society which was founded in 1891 in order to en- courage, preserve and develop the highest ideals of the military profession, to promote American citi- zenship, to create a closer end more efficient rela- tionship, and to provide appropriate recognition of a high degree of military ability among the cadets of the several senior Reserve Officers ' Training Corps units of the government. Company C-1 on the University of Kentucky campus received its charter from the National Organization in February, 1931. One of the most outstanding achievements of Company C-1 is the winning of all the regimental drill meets it has entered with the exception of one, the 1938 meet. Foculty Advisor: Lieutenant Colonel L. B. Babcock Officers: David K. Holland, Captain Commanding; Davis S. Fields, First Lieutenant, Executive Officer; James E. Pride, Second Lieutenant, Treasurer; Thomas O. Townes, Second Lieutenant, Confeder- ate Squad Officer; Charles C. Wachtman, Second Lieutenant, Supply Officer; Henry W. Simpson, First Sergeant. 162 PERSHING RIFLES Active Members: B. D. Amberg, F. H. Bassett, Rodney Beck, Cal Buechele, G. T. Burke, W. H. Burks, Daniel Case, David W. Catron, E. E. Caudill, J. M. Clayton, E. M. Coff- man, J. L. Craig, R. C. Dortman, Kenneth Pagan, Byrnes C. Fairchild, W. B. Gaines, O. H. Geralds, D. K. Graham, A. J. Graves, William D. Grote, Donald B. Grugin, E. E. Harber, Harold W. Holtzclaw, A. L. Howard, H. Jones, W. J. Kreutz, W. F. Lawson, J. Levine, J. H. Lock, L. L. McClure, T. J. McCrystal, A. R. Mander, G. R. Marsh, Paul W. Mayhew, M. E. Mitchell, Mack J. Morgan, Jr., John A. Pedigo, J. Perlmutter, Thomas E. Prewitt, E. M. Pullen, Jr., R. W. Searce, R. W. Smith, Clyde C. Spears, D. W. Stanfield, J. 3. Street, R. P. Swieterman, A. G. Tharp, G. E. Weeks, D. C. Wester, C. H. Wills. Fields, G. K. Fisher, R. S. Griffith, R. A. Haas, G, H. Hall, S. Halperin, G. O. Hambrick, W. R. Haycraft, E. T. Henry, I. L. Higgs, R. Holland, B. Jody, J. A. Jones, J. A. Kersey, A. E. Lett, J. W. McCurry, W. R. Meyer, K. Miller, B. R. Moore, R. J. Moreland, J. N. Owens, H. C. Rambow, R. W. Reynierson, R. E. Rogers,, G. L. Ruhl, E. I. Scrivner, E. B. Simmons, R. O. Sisk, L. Smith, C. J. Sparks, H. E. Spivey, Turner, D. A. Veach, W. L. Welch, A. P. Whipple, J. White, T. B, Tackett, E. L. Taylor, R, W. Teater, B. M. Todd, G. L. H. H. Wieman,, W. A. Yates. Candidates: J. O. Adams, C. O. Anderson, D. F. Arnold, J. T. Ballantine, D. R. Batten, J. W. Blake, L. P. Browder, D. C. Brown, R. D. Calvert, W. A. Chamberlain, T. G. Cole, D. B. Cooper, J. R. Daniel, E. C. Davidson, F. L. Davis, H. IS, J. V . Denham, C. H. Dishman, A. C. Dobroth, all, W. T. Eblin, T. A. Ellsworth, T. J. Evans, C. A. W. J. Captain David Holland presents the Pershing Rifles recog- nition cord to Bertha Ann Lutes, who was crowned Queen of the Pershing Rifles Ball This is the Southland, Suh .... and PR ' s Confederate Drill Squad. Kneeling: Amberg, Levin. Standing: Lt. Townes, Lawson, Fairchild, Mayhew, Clayton, Pedigo, Searce 163 SCABBARD AND BLADE f O tv ' t ' -t-t,i,lltit ' i tit - Lm a ' ' . w Kl , W%i?P ' v Tharp, Bryson, Whites, Hall, Mitchell, Neal, Huet Gunsten, Walters, Fields, Beck, Thompson, T ully, Dunn, Recktenwald, Wachtman, Robinson Price, Dawson, Moore, Townes, Perkins, Prewitt, Walton, Ethington, Smith, Garrett Scabbard and Blade, an honorary military frater- nity for advanced military science students, wos founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1905. In 1922, D Company, 4th Regiment, was installed at the University of Kentucky. Purpose: The National Society of Scabbard ond Blade was formed in order to unite in closer re- lationship the military departments of American universities and colleges; to preserve and develop the essential quolities of good and efficient officers; to prepare ourselves as educated men to toke u more active part and to hove o greater influence i.T the military affairs of the communities in which we may reside; and above all to spread intelligent information concerning the military requirements of our country. 164 SCABBARD AND BLADE Faculty Advisor: Mojor D, W. Glenn Honorary Members: Colonel G. T. Mackenzie, Major E. L. Kiser. Officers: Fred G. Perkins, Captain; Thomas c. Prewitt, First Lieutenant; John M. Walton, SecO id Lieutenant; Thomas 0. Townes, First Sergeant Members: Rodney Beck, Frank A. Bryson, L. W. Dawson, C. M. Dunn, Grover C. Ethington, Davis S. Fields, London Garrett, Paul H. Gunsten, W. C Hall, Edgar J. Huet, Sidney E. Mitchell, M. M. Moore, Sidney A. Neal, Nick Odiivak, J. E. Price, G. W, Recktenwald, Haldon Robinson, James H. Ross, John M. Smith, A. G. Thorp, F. G. Thompson, John W. Tully, Charles C. Wachtmon, Edwin f Walters, David B. White Scabbard and Blade chose eleven lovely sponsors for the ROTC units. Standing from left to right are Betty Wheeler, Doll Price, Mary Alice Schisler, Dorothy Wilkinson, Marilyn Hollingsworth, Marilyn Bauer, Patricia Gerald, Mitzi Wilson, Helen Heltsley, Tillie McCarty, and Mary Ann Laub. Capt. Fred Perkins presents the saber to Maior E, L. Kiser, making him ar honorary member of Scabbard and Blade. Reading from left to right are Col. G. T. MacKenzie, Major D. W. Glenn, Ma|or Kiser, Capt. Perkins, 1st Lt. T. E. Prcwitf. 165 KAPPA PSI Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity was founded in Boston in 1879. Upsi- lon chapter was installed on the campus of the pharmaceutical college at Louisville on April 15, 1909. Purpose: To conduct a fraternal or- ganization for the mutual benefit of the members; also Vo inculcate indus- try, sobriety, mutual fellowship ond esteem, nobility, courage of mind and heort and to foster phormoceutical research and high scholarship. Faculty Advisor: Prof. Mattys Jonge- ward Williams, Wathen, Schifferdecker, Roach, Passmore Easley, EInes, Eversole, Holbrook, Daugherty Johnson. Hopper, Conyers, Forgy, Peake Bell, Dunaway, Glaser, H. Houche ns, Perkins Brown, Wills, Martin, W. Houchens, McDaniel Wilson, King, Harris, Blandford, Coffey Cripe, Hines, Jayner, Graham, Riley 166 KAPPA PSI Officers: George A. Schifferdecker, presidenr; J. C. Hopper, vice president; Williom S. Johnson, secre- tary; James L. Eversole, treosurer; Robert L. Brown, Jr., historian; Elvin E. Dunaway, Jr., chaplain Members: James E. Bell, J. H. Blondford, E. L. Blankenship, Robert L. Brown, Jr., Fred L. Coffey, William A. Convers, Jr., Gerald J. Cripe, Andy V. Dougherty, Elvin E. Dunaway, Jr. Kenneth J. Easley, Joseph T. Elmes, James L. Eversole, Byron L. Forgy, Edward E. Closer, Gordon Graham, Don C. Harris, Roy T. Hines, Robert L. Holbrook, J. C. Hopper, Harry Houchens, William T. Houchens, William S. Johnson, Henry M. Joyner, Eugene C. King, Guy D. Martin, Jr., James F. McDaniel, John E. Passmore, Richard L. Peoke, Louis E. Perkins, William M. Riley, William W. Roach, George A. Schifferdecker, James L. Wathen, John A. Williams, Lloyd E. Wil- lis, William E. Wilson Officers of Kappa Psi pose dur- ing on executive council meet- ing . . . Seated, I. to r. ■ — Passmore, committeeman; Schif- ferdecker, regent; Hopper, vice regent. Standing, I. to r. • — Johnson, secretary; Blondford, commit- teeman. 167 ALPHA ZETA OMEGA sderman, Krctman, Berman, Getzel Chitlik, Kaplin, Rosenberg Alpha Zeta Omega was founded in 1919 at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science. Lambda Chapter was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1947. Purpose; " The purpose of the members is to en- courage the advancement of their profession through intimate association with one another, and the practice of the virtures of mutual trust, sym- pathy, foithfulness and unselfishness. " Honorary members are Dean E. P. Sloan and Dr. Gordon L. Curry. Officers: Irvin Ginsburg, directorum; Leonard Stern, sub directorum; Charles Rosenberg, signare, Leslie Waldmon, exchecque; Marvin Goldstein, bellorum Members: Sidney Bederman, Milton Berman, Jacob Chitlik, Leon Figa, Lous Getzel, Edward Kaplin, Merle Kaplin, Arthur Kreitman, Charles Rosenberg, Sidney Rubin, Alvin Schlossberg, Melvin Zeiden 168 SIGMA PI SIGMA Sigma Pi Sigma was founded December 11, 1921 at Davidson College, North Carolina. Lambda Chap- ter was installed at the University of Kentucky, May 15, 1930 to promote student interest in ad- vanced study of physics, to encourage a profession- al spirit and friendship among those who have displayed ability in physics and to popularize in- terest in physics in the general collegiate public. Members in foculty: W. S. Webb, O, T. Koppius, L. A. Pordue, C. B. Crawley, R. Honou, K. O. Longe, L. W. Cochran, F. B. Pauls, W. O. Shr opshire, R. C. Layson Officers: R. H. Ritchie, president; L. A. Royburn, vice president; Marjorie Sulzer, secretary; J. L. Warner, treasurer Faculty Advisor: Dr. Richard Honou Members: Jack R. Bell, Floyd M. Carter, Marvin S Cohen, Atalay Coskunogullori, James E. Hopson, Eugene D. Kozok, C. Thomas Money, Somin Ozgur, Louis A. Royburn, R. H. Ritchie, Carlton E. Steele, Marjorie C. Sulzer, Jacob Larue Warner, Fred Wot- son, James W. Woody, Judith Bornett Cohen, Layson, Koppius, Webb, Shropshire, Crawley Maney, Kozak, Watson, Woody, Bell, Cochran, Ozgur Rayburn, Warner, Ritchie, Hanau, Hopson 169 SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON Nelson, Lewis, Brown, King, Macke, M Bruce, Sargent, Roederer, Parker, Luttr rphy, Flege II, Ford, Hall Sigma Gamma Epsilon was founded at the Univer- sity of Kansas in 1915 end Chi Chapter was install- ed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1928. Purpose: For social, scholastic, and scientific od- voncement of its members, the extension of the re- lation of friendship between universities and scien- tific schools with recognized standing in the United States and Canada, and the upbuilding of a nation- al college society devoted to the advancement of Geology, Mining, Metallurgy, Ceramics, and Petro- leum Engineering Officers: J. O. Lewis, president; Jeptha Roy Hall, vice president; Eugene M. Luttrell, corresponding secretary; William R. King, treasurer Members: Clement H. Bruce, Robert Fred Flege, Russell J. Ford, Jeptha Roy Hall, William R. King, J. O. Lewis, Eugene M. Luttrell, William B. Macke, Paul G. Parker, Edward P. Roederer, Don C. Sargent Faculty Advisor: William R. Brown Members in faculty: Lynn Jocobson, A. C. McFor- lan, V. E, Nelson, John Stokeley 170 Alpha Chi Sigma was founded at the University of Wisconsin on December 1 1, 1902. It was installed on the campus of the University of Kentucky April 21, 1917. Purpose: (1 ) To bind its members in a tie of true and lasting friendship; (2) to strive for the advance- ment of chemistry, both as a science and os o pro- fession; (3) to aid its members by every honorable means in the attainment of their ambitions as chemists throughout their lives. ALPHA CHI SIGMA Members in faculty: Dr. C. B. Barkenbus, M. W. Beebe, Dr. L. R. Dawson, Dr. J. R. Mitchell Faculty Advisor: Dr. J. R. Meadow Officers: H. D. Seay, master alchemist; S. J Whalen, vice master alchemist; J. M. Stone, re- corder; H. C. Barnett, treasurer; R. A. Bleidt, re- porter Members: H. C. Barnett, R. A. Bleidt, R. H. Cun diff. Jack Fletcher, J. W. Graham, P. G. Harrill, R. E. Meyer, R. N. Newman, P. P. Panzera, G. W. Pope, J. B. Powers, H. D. Seay, James M. Stone J. W. Walker, S. J. Whalen, 0. W. Chandler, D. P. Claypool, J. R. Johnson, L. T. Ockerman, W. J. Siemens, F. V. Williams, L. M. Clark Cundift, Graham, Claypool, Clark, Johnson, Pope, Williams, Dr. Dawson Bleidt, Barnett, Siemans, Chambler, Seay, Harrill, Stone, Newman, Ockermann 171 LANCES C. Patrick, J. Bell, Perkins, Wharton, Coleman, Line McCann, Wills, Holtzclaw, Russell, Owens, Weakley Hatchett, R. Bell, Jones, Klein, Hubbell, Smith Lowman, Watts, W. Patrick, Crafton, Hall, Garrett Lances Leadership Society was founded at the Uni- versity of Kentucky in 1903. Purpose: To foster good will and recognize quali- ties of leadership in the Junior Class. Faculty Advisor: Dr. W. S. Word Officers: Frederick Perkins, president; Janaes Line, vice president; J. Marshall M cConn, Jr., secretary; Robert Coleman, treasurer Members: Jack Bell, Robert Bell, Robert Coleman, Richard Crafton, London Garrett, Roy Hall, David Hatchett, Harold Holtzclaw, William Hubbell, El- liott Jones, Norman Klein, James Line, Shep Low- man, J. Marshall McCann, Jr., John Owens, Charles Patrick, Walter Patrick, Frederick Perkins, William Russell, Robert S. Smith, Claude Sprowls, Sebastian Van Goudoever, Chick Watts, Robert Wharton 172 CHI DELTA PHI i wU White, Broaddus, Caudel, Henry, McWhirter Sunley, Deiss, Flege, Klein, Glenn Reed, Bicknell Chi Delta Phi was founded ot the University of Tennessee in 1919. Xi Chapter was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1924. Faculty Advisor: Dean Jane Haselden Officers: Mary Sue McWhirter, president; Judy Broaddus, vice president; Evelyn Caudel, secretary; Virginia Henry, treasurer; Dorritt White, historian Members: Elizabeth Ann Bicknell, Judy Broaddus, Evelyn Caudel, Beverly Davis, Helen Deiss, Martha Evans, Lois Ann Flege, Carolyn Glenn, Virginia Henry, Rita Klein, Betsy Lowry, Mary Sue McWhir- ter, Ridgely Park, Charlotte Reed, Betty Sunley, Dorritt White 173 CWENS O ' Bannon, Hancher, Rhoads, Violette, Hei! Durham, Ridley, Haley, Dossett, Vaughn Freeman, Bradley, Fannin, Johnson The National Society of Cwens was founded at the University of Pittsburgh in 1922. Theta Chapter was installed on the campus of the University of Kentucky in 1931. Purpose: To establish and maintain chapters of Cwens in colleges and universities for the soke of fostering leadership, scholarship, and fellowship among the women of the sophomore class; to pro- mote leadership among freshmen women; to serve to promote interest of the college and university in every way possible, and to supervise and direct these chapters in their attainment of their com- mon ideas. Faculty Advisors; Mrs. John M. Flesche, Jr. Officers: Juanita Violette, president; Priscilla Han- cher, vice president; Elizabeth Heiss, secretary; Louise Rhoads, treasurer Members: Julie Bradley, Sue Dossett, Martha Dur- ham, Laura Fannin, Caroline Freeman, Rose Mary Holey, Priscilla Hancher, Elizabeth Heiss, Rachel Johnson, Ann Mocklin, Ann O ' Bannon, Mary Jo Ridley, Louise Rhoads, Elizabeth Ann Vaughn, Juanita Violette Members in faculty: Sarah B. Holmes Miss Jane Hoselden, Mrs. 174 ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA Alpha Lambda Delta was founded at the University of Illinois in 1924. The chapter was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1940 to " promote intelligent living and a high standard of learning, and to encourage superior scholastic attainment among the freshmen women in our institutions of higher learning. " Faculty Advisor: Miss Celio Moore Kcnorory member: Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes Mary Lou Hiten, treasurer; Shirley Farmer, histor Members: Janet Anderson, Juliet Bradley, Virginia Cunningham, Martha Durham, Patsy Ennis, Mrs. Norris Golben, Mary King, Betty McGinnis, Martha Pennebaker, Dorothy Jean Seath, Mary Kathryn Swetnan, Jane Tucker, Elizabeth Ann Vaughn Officers: Louise Rhoads, president; Martha Dur- ham, vice president; Rose Mary Holey, secretary; Hiten, Duriidm, King, rialey, Rhoads McGinnis, Pennebaker. Cunningham, Bradley, Anderson Swetnam, Vaughn, Farmer, Seath, Tucker 175 ETA KAPPA NU McCrcad , UcoJi , Ernst Meek, Young, Noble, Madison Farney, Hall, Murphy, Distiek Edwards, Mays, Buster, Miracle, Reynolds Eta Kappa Nu was founded on October 28, 1 904 at the University of Illinois, Chapter 42, Beta Upsi- lon, was installed at the University of Kentucky on April 24, 1948. Purpose of the organization is " for closer coopera- tion among, and mutual benefit to, students and others in the profession, who by their attainments in college or in practice, manifest exceptional in- terest ond marked ability in Electrical Engineering. " Faculty Advisors: Prof. H. Alex Romanowitz, H. W. Farris Members in faculty: Professors E. A. Bureau, B. Barnett, and N. A. Allison; Instructors J. A. Boyd, A. A. Nierenberg, and E. T. Noble. 176 ETA KAPPA NU Officers: Willord R. Becraft, president; William M Jenkins, vice president; Thomas B. Elliot, secretary; Morris E. Broyles, treasurer; John M. B a r s t o w, bridge correspondent; Andrew H. Clark, correspond- ing secretary Gene R. Madison, John M. Mays, Robert E. Meek, Beverly P. Miracle, Arnold A. Murphy, Paul Mur- ray, David Hotchkiss Noble, Fred G. Perkins, David H. Pruden, Clarence L. Reynolds, James W. Woody, Johnston A. Young, Carlton E. Steele Members: John M. Barstow, Willord B. Becraft, Jock R. Bell, W. James Brockenborough, Morris E Broyles, Claude F. Buster, Andrew H. Clark, Jack E. Distler, Butler H. Durham, Forest R. Edwards, Thomas B. Elliott, Hubert L. Ernst, George K. Far- rey, Herbert L. Fogel, Neil D. Hall, Leron M. Holt, William M. Jenkins, Vernon A. Hopkins, Edwin D. Cantler, Karl F. McCready, Charles F. McMeekin, Boyd, Noble, Nierenberg Romanowitz, Barnett, Allison, Bi 177 KEYS McCowan, McCann, Maturo, Downing, Cooper Hendricks, Deen, Clore, Griffin, Schulenberg Keys was founded at the University of Kentucky in 1906, to " honor the out- standing sophomore in each social fraternity and promote the spirit of brotherhood among the fraternities. " Griffin, Arthur Hendricks, Robert Lentz, Robert E. Linehon, Bill Schulen- berg, Gayle Warner Faculty Advisor: C. C. Carpenter Officers: Wi liam McCann, president; Bob McCowan, vice president; Frank Mature, secretary; Gibson Downing, treasurer Members: Tommy Clore, Waller Cooper, Robert Deen, Gerald Robin 178 KEYS Hearts beat wildly as the race is ready to begin, a Schmoo. That ' s Don Spears, Stg Ep, as Li ' l Abn dinners of the costume contest r, and " Pill " Wilson, Alpha Xi, . ange from the Wolf Gal 5 Daisy Mae. the camera. Just look at the characters who vook over ?ss Joe, complete with hatchets, clubs, and Kickapoo Joy Daisy Mae contestants provide a beautiful eyeful fo the campus for a night. Lonesome Polecat and Hair Juice, greet each other. The turnip-chompin ' contest separated the Dogpatchers from the Skunk Hollowers. Sig Ep Clyde Spears, third from left, was the winner. The ballroom was filled to overflowing as UK students went native for the occasion. 179 PHI ETA SIGMA Row One — Weller, Steers, Watson, White, V. himan Row Two — Willett, Maddox, Carli, Cooper, Powell, Thomas Row Three — Coffman, Gregory, Walden, Crutchfield, Deen, Dr. Chury, Thompson, Thonysson, Dr. White, Clore, Dr. Ritcher, Griffin, Dr. Townsend, Scott, Kaufman, Buckner, Hagan, Back, Lernouth, Leater Fhi Eta Sigma fraternity was founded in 1923 ot the Uniyersity of Illinois. It was installed at ' rhi University of Kentucky on December 5, 1946. Its purpose is to encourage end reward freshmen scho- larship among men students. Honorary members: Dr. H. L. Donovan, J. S. Horine, Lee H. Townsend, C. C. Carpenter, Ralph Cherry Members in faculty: Dr. Paul Ritcher Faculty Advisor: Dean M. M. White Officers: Waller W. Cooper, president; J. C. Pow- ell, vice president; Gino Carli, secretary; Arthur Maddox, treasurer t80 PHI ETA SIGMA Members; Otis Kent Bock, James C. Blair, Boyce Bernell Buckner, Gino Carli, Allison H, Coudill, Thomos Hornsby Clore, Edward H. Coffman, Wal- ler W. Cooper, Woodword W. Crutchfield, Robert C. Deen, Robert E. Gregory, Gene R. Hagan, Robert P. Kaufman, James R. Line, Arthur R. Moddox, Oscar B. May, Jr., J. C. Powell, Joe C. Ross, Paul W. Scott, Jack W. Steers, Robert W. Teater, Rich- ard A. F. Ternouth, Chorles R. Theobold, Winiford B. Thomas, Raymond Thompson, Cecil Wolden, Henry Watson, George H. Weller, Robert H. Whis man, John W. White, Bernard Willett Officers of Phi Eta Sigma make plans for their annual initiation banquet. Standing from left to right ore Arthur Moddox, treos- urer; J. C. Powell, vice presi- dent; Woller Cooper, president; and Gino Corii, secretary. AND HER ORGANIZATIONS Always on the rush to meetings — Life gets tee-jus, don ' t it? Ah, yes, but we know our values And organizations offer us many. They train us to think and participate. Preparing us for future public life. STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The Student Government Association was installed on the University campus in 1939. It replaced o divided system in which men were represented by o Men ' s Student Government Council and women by a Women ' s Self-Governing System. The constitution was drawn up m the spring of 1939 and went into effect in September of the same year when it was ratified by the student body. The constiution drawn up then wos revised in 1943 and Vhe revised constitution is now in effect. The Student Government Assembly is composed of a president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer end thirty-one members elected by and from the vorious colleges at elections held during the first and second semesters. The president and secretary of the Student Union Board and the president and secretary of the House Presidents Council are ex-officio non-voting members. Three non-voting faculty members, recommended by the Assembly and appointed by the Univer- sity faculty, olso ottend Assembly meetings. irrnnBdliter Nichols, Russell, Owens Rogers, Patrick, Greenwood, Bell, Hicks, Maturo, Line Anderson, Crafton, Macklin, Klein, Coleman, Barstow, Edgeworth 184 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION JOHN CROCKETT President MARSHALL McCANN Vice President The officiol purpose of the Student Government Associotion is to act as the responsible authority in relations among students and among student or- ganizations; to act jointly with the University staff in matters affecting common interests; and vo advise, request, and recommend action with respect to miOtters of the Student Government Association to promote projects that are of interest to the stu- dent body. Officers; John R. Crockett, president; Marshall McCann, vice president; Betsy Billiter, secretary; Fred Nichols, treasurer. Members: Ag. Home Ec: Richard Crafton, Kotherine Greenwood, Robert Smith. Arts Sciences: Roberta Anderson, Herbert Arnold, Kath- arine Barnett, George E. Brooking, Robert Dean, Eugene Deskins, Claire HickSj Harold Holtzclaw, Norman Klein, Ann Macklin, Frank Mature, Wal- ter Patrick, Williom Russell, Allen Terhune, Com- merce: Betsy Billiter, Gibson Downing, John Owens. Education: Suzanne Rogers. Engineering: Jack Bell, Allison Coudill, W. F. Lewis, Robert Wharton. Law: John Crockett, Charles Huddleston, Marshall McCann, Fred Nichols. Graduate; Rosemary Dum- mit, James Graham. 185 SUKY CHARLES WHALEY President OPAL OWEN Vice President The purpose of SuKy is to organize and increase school spirit in the student body; to give active support to the University athletic program; and to maintain the traditions of the campus. Faculty Advisor: Dr. Rhea A. Taylor Officers: Charles Whaley, president; Opal Owen, vice president; Frances Farmer, secretary; Nancy Potts, treasurer Honorary Members: S. A. Bowles, Miss Margie McLaughlin, Thomas Montgomery, Sims Shely Cheerleaders Ann O ' Bannon, Mary Ann Mc- Quaid, Bobbie Dean Yates, Betty Thompson, Ben Jackson, and Bill McClure are big fac- tors in spurring UK teams on to victory. Other cheerleaders are Patty V ilkinson, Topper Davis, Charles Wise, Betty Massie, Tom Faulkner, and Phillip Kingsbury. 186 SUKY Members: Lucia Bland, Jerry Britt, Frank Bryson, Edward Carter, Betty Comp- ton, Dick Crafton, Eugene Deskins, Ci de Dicksrson, Eloise Ewbank, Evelyn Ewing, Frances Farmer, Neil Farris, Howard Giles, Harry Glass, Rubye Graham, Gaile Grogan, James Gulley, Elbert Harber, David Hatchett, Fern Jocobs, Elliot Jones, Winfield Leathers, Martha Martin, Marion Mason, Thomas Mattinglv, Frank Maturo, Dick Mayes, Dorothy Miller, Charles Moore, Lee Myles, William O ' Bonnon, Opal Owen, Nancy Potts, Barbara Power, Jim Shaffer, Jean Shermon, Eugene Stevens, Janice Stille, Jo Ann Tolley, Jean Warren, Sue Warren, Ryburn Weakley, Charles Whaley, Glenn Wills, Alice Word atci.oft, O ' Bannon, Farmer, Stevens, Bland, Potts, S. Warren, Mate Compton, Stille, Deskins, Miller, Jones, Carter, Martin, Britt Myles, Ewbank, Crafton, Bryson, Graham, Power, Gulley, Word Glass, Sherman, Giles, Talley, Wills, Grogan, Maftmgly, J. Warren 187 STUDENT UNION BOARD Shropshire, Bleidt, Greene, Owens Rogers. Hatchett. Shinnick, McWhirter The Student Union Board was founded on the campus of the University of Kentucky in 1938 to make leisure time more fruitful through o broad program of recreotion and entertainment, to devel- op leadership, to enrich student life and to encour- age finer appreciations through o meaningful cultural program. Faculty Advisors; Mockie Rasdoll, Director; Mar- garet Bruce Cruise, Social Director Members in faculty: Sarah B. Holmes, A. D. Kir- wan, A. E. Bigge, James Calvin Officers: Robert A. Bleidt, president; Robert Urner Compton, vice president; Betty Ann Shropshire, secretary; Sara Mae Greene, treasurer Members: Robert A. Bleidt, Robert Urner Compton, Sara Moe Greene, David Ellis Hatchett, Mary Sue McWhirter, John Owens, Suzanne Rogers, Nancy Innes Shinnick, Betty Ann Shropshire 188 DISCIPLES STUDENT FELLOWSHIP The Disciples Student Fellowship is an organization of Christian Church students sponsored by Centrol Christian Church ond designed to help the student ' s religious training keep pace with his academic training. The local chapter, " University for Life, " was installed in 1943. The orgonization is the local expression of the National Disciples Student Fellowship. Such local organizations of Christian Church students are found on campuses through- out the United States ond Canado. Officers: Sara Mae Greene, Jimmy Foulconer, co- presidents; Betty Lou Shafer, Bennett Young, co- vice presidents; Jeanie Graham, secretary; Mary Lillard Young, treasurer; Coleen Woodruff, mission- ary chairman; Betty Strunk, Groydon Bell, UK In- .srfath Council representatives; Donald L. Yohe, director of Student Work. Row One ■ Row Two xter, L. Wilson, Metford, Giehls - Young, K. Anderson, A. Anderson, Peavyhou Maxey, Gillespie, Shafer, Canedy, B. Williams, r — Donald Yohe, Robinson, Strunk, Greene, Harrod, E. Reynolds, M. Reynolds. J. Anderson, Aki Ward, McCaw, Nelms, Brown, Marling, Potts, Henry, Farmer, Woodruff, Budd, Curry, Elkins ! — Patterson, J. Kirby, Gannon, Higgins, Scale, Riddle, Holtzclaw, Cox, Davis, K. Darnell, Staton, Cherry, Hungerford, Cooper, Grant, Endicott, Chawk, Leach, Felner, A. Kirby 189 YMCA CABINET Scott, Cashman, Dsskins, Milliard, Holtzclaw, Carter Myles, McCracken, Morgan, Mature, Whaley, Garrett Davis, Hancock, Gregory, Jones, Browning, Duff Weaver, Schneiter, Lowman, van Goudoaver, Graham, Edgeworth The YMCA Cabinet v ?.s formed for the purpose of helping students and faculty members in develop- ing their religious life and to help meet the needs of the students through a program planned for sociol, mental and spiritual growth. Oficers: Harold Holtzclaw, president; Gene Des- kins, vice president; Edward Carter, secretary; Luther Hilliard, treasurer Members: Bill Brown, C. A. Browning, Edward Carter, John Cashman, Bill Davis, Gene Deskins, Mike Edgeworth, London Garrett, Basil Van Gou- dever. Bob Gregory, Don Graham, Luther Hilliard, Harold Holtzclaw, Carol Houchen, Elliott Jones, Frank Maturo, Ralph McCracken, Lee Myles, John Schneiter, Carlos Scott, Claude Sprowls, Robert Weaver, Charles Whaley, Kenny Wood 190 YWCA CABINET The YWCA Cabinet was installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1904. Its purpose: We unite in the desire to realize full and creative life through o growing knowledge of God. We deter- mine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. In this task we seek to understand Jesus and follow him. We desire to support the purpose and ideals of the Student YWCA. The director is Miss Margaret Ann Wilson. The officers are: Sara Mae Greene, President; Jo Frances Dougherty, Vice President; Betty Strunk, Secretary; Katherine Bornett, Treasurer. Members: Anna Ruth Adams, Helen Deiss, Sue Dossett, Dorothy Doyle, Eloise Ewbank, Jean Ew- bonk, Evelyn Ewing, Frances Farmer, Lois Ferring, Mary Powell Geiger, Virginia Henry, Mary Sue Mc- Whirter, Nancy Potts, Louise Rhoads, Juonito Violette, Bertha Florence Word, Dee White, Mitzi Wilson. White, Farmer, Greene, Potts, Henry, Wilson E. Ewbank, Ward, Barnett, Daugherty, Dossett, McWhirte Strunk, Deiss, Geiger, Ferring, Rhoads, J. Ewbank Ewing, Adams, Violette, Doyle 191 UPPERCLASS " Y " St Ewbank, McKit Greene, Anderson, Hanche k, E. Row One — L. Row Two— Holtzclaw Stokes, Cam Row Three — J. Cashman, Martin, Ward, E. Cashman, Lowe, Tru|iM Adams, Nutting, Shafer, Rhodes, McWhirter, King Row Four — Ferguson, Steele, Crump, Warren, Daugherty, Doyle, McBec, Wright, Mowat, Fergus, Violette, Neuville Ro v Five — Schild, Graham, Summers, Spam, Davis, Barnett, Ledford, Tay Weaver, Flowers, Kaufman, Scott, Siria Ewbank, Coldiron, Chowning, Barber, Ferguson ilson, Rhoads, Miller, Kelly, Murray, Geiger, Moore, Peavyhouse, Farmer, Potts, Wesley, Lake, ;nry. White, Barnett, Perkinson, Schmitt, Schneiter, Maturo, Darbishire, The Upperclasa Fellowship was founded on the Uni- versity of Kentucky campus in 1943. It is a com- bined group of the members of the YMCA and the YWCA, meeting weekly for the purpose of seeking to understand some of the campus ' social and re- ligious problems and discussing their Christian im- plications. Through working together the members develop a firm fellowship and a personal and col- lective means of action toward advancing our uni- versity life. Advisors: Bart Peak, executive secretary of the YMCA; Margaret Wilson, secretary of the YWCA. 192 FRESHMAN CLUB The Freshman Club was founded at the University of Kentucky in 1938. Adult Advisors; Bart N. Peak, Margaret Wilson. Student Advisors: Sue Dossett, Elliott Jones Officers: Cline Duff, president; Frances Barnett, vice president; Jess Moloney, secretary. Row One — Hale, Hancher, Webb, Day, Bickel, Bing, Browne, Long, Davis, Peake Row Two- — Wiedeberg, Moore, McConnell, Cooke, Plue, Coul ec, Baltis, Duff, Young, Wheeldon, Baker Row Three — Houston, Wayman, Bobbitt, Hayden, Whaley, Newman, Williamson, Stone, PerrJne, Thornton, Orttenburger, Barger, Tarpley, Sewell, Fischer, Jones, Harris, Kelly, Knapp Row Four — Dossett, Hines, Kinsey, Ford, King Barnett, McCall, Montague, Johnston, Thompson, Duke, Hollingsworth, Ward, Steele, Rowland, J. King, Samers, Willingham Row Five — Jones, Wright, VanWinkle. Brown, Cram, Holland, Thompson, Florence, Haun, Morrison, O ' Nan, Wilson, Benson, Moore, Maloney, Dickinson, Barlow, Benson, Mitchum Row Six — Davis, Schardein, Myers, Walker, Calvert, Anthe, Hawes, Kays, Burns, R. K. Walker, Hall, Simmons, Morrman, Wilkie, Vittiton, Huffman Yance 193 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS The American Institute of Electrical Engineers was founded in Philadelphia in 1884. It was establish- ed on the campus of the University of Kentucky in 1910. Purpose: To advance the theory and practices of electrical engineering and of the allied arts end sciences, to maintain high professional standing among its members and to develop the individual engineer. Members in faculty: E. E. Bureau, B. Bornett, J. A. Boyd, H. A. Romanowitz, A. A. Nierenberg, B. R Crouch Faculty Advisor: Prof. Brinkley Barnett Officers: Jack R. Bell, chairman; William Kendall, vice chairman; Karl McCreody, secretary-treasurer 194 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS SENIOR MEMBERS E. Amburge, R. W. Amidon, O. J. Baker, C- V. Barnctt, J. M. Barstow, J. W. Beard, W. B. Bechanan, W. R. Becraff, J. R. Bell, E. Birochak, D. H. Blalock, D. W. Boehler, R. L, Boggess, W. L. Bowler, E. Brashear, W. J. Brockenborough, M. E. Broyles, C. B. Browning, E. A. Brumleve, R. B. Buck- ner, A. L. Bundy, C. E. Buster, E. D. Cantler, J. M. Cash- man, W. R. Chance, L. L. Chitwood, A. H. Clark, M. Cor- nett, H. H. Craft, A. E. Cramer, F. C. Cunningham, J. E. Distler, B. H. Durham, John Dusina, Thos. W. Eades, Jr., J. A. Early, C. R. Edwards, T. B. Elliott, H. L. Ernst, W. S. Evans, W. S. Fields, L. J. Fleischer, H. L. Fogel, S. W. Fuqua Edward George, M. Gilroy, Dossie B. Haas. E. T. Harney, R. Harp, L. M. Holt, H. A. Hohnhorst, V. A. Hopkins, W. R. Humphrey, A. L. Hurt, W. M. Jenkins, R. G. Johnson, M. L. Jones, W. P. Jones, J. P. Kelley, W. G. Kendall, G. S. Layne, E. T. Lee, V. R. Lester, F. O. Lewis, E. S. Lusby, Karl McCready, G. R. Madison, W. F. Marcum, T. G. Martin, H. D. Mayhew, J. M. Mays, R. E. Meek, J. E. Metcalf, J. F. Morris, D. M. Morrow, W. S. Munday, A, A. Murphy, Paul Murray, David H. Noble, J. V. O ' Bryan J. M. Paget, P. L. Pearce, A. C. Peed, K. L. Recktenwald, C. L. Reynolds, J. O. Roan, J. S. Roop, D. K. Saylor, J. R. Sellers, R. W. Slone, C. D. Smith, J. E. Smith, R. Soard, J. W. Staton, C. E. Steele, J. C. Stites, P. J. Stock, C. L. Sur- face, W. J. Thomas, G. P. Thompson, R. D. Thompson, B. G. Valentine, G. E. Wall, H. E. Waller, J, E. Walters, P. R. Williams, C. D. Winges, R. Wickliffe Wood, J. W. Woody, J. W. Worthington, J. T. Wyatt, W. A. Wyatt, J. A. Young All juniors and sophomores in electrical engineering are also members of the Society. 195 CIVIL ENGINEERS The American Society of Civil Engineers was found- ed in New York City in 1852. The University of Kentucky Student Chapter, A.S.C.E., was installed on the campus in 1921. Organizational purpose is to afford an opportunity for members of the Civil Engineering doss to be- come acquainted; to promote a spirit of congeniali- ty between the classes; to acquaint the members with topics of interest to Civil Engineering students through the medium of popular addresses by com- petent speakers and members, and to foster a professionol spirit among the students. Members among Faculty: Dean D. V. Terrell, R. E. Shaver, F. J. Cheek, A. L. Chambers, Sam Mory, C. K. Hoffmann, J. L. Leggett, D. K. BIythe Faculty Advisor: Prof. A. L. Chambers Senior officers: Wesley C. Witt, president; I. R. McConnell, vice president; William C. Martin, sec- retary-treasurer; Robert A. Wharton, Barbara Beam, assistant secretary-treasurer; O. Alsop, rep- resentative to the Student Council JUNIORS Jay C. Adams, Walter G. Al in, M. J. Amburgey, Eddie Ames, Claude W. Barnett, Wendell Hayes, Barbara A. Beam, James L. Branum, Dwight C. Bray, Robert R. Breed- en, Robert A. Brunscn, Merle Cable, Miller T. Campbell, J. T. Cavender, James L. Chandler, Paul B. Clark, John B. Daley, Charles M. Dunn. James M. Elliott, William E. Endicott, Jr., John R. Erwin, Elijah P. Faulconer, Arnold P. Fish, Allen K. Frank, Lavern Gabbard, William G. Galloway, Bernard L. Goldstein, Abraham M. Goller, James W. Gordon, James V. Green, Keith L. Guthrie, Albert W. Hagan, John R. Harbison, William C. Harlow, Jr., Robert S. Harrison, Charles C. Hawley, Joseph M. Heidenreich, Fleming D. Hogan, Roger L. Hulett, Glenn E. Johnson, Russell A. Johnson. Sylvester E. Kanzler, Robert B. Kaze, Emmett H. Ken- nedy, Jr., Elbert L. Lewis, William W. Long, Theodore R. McDaniel, Shatter McKnight, H. H. Martin, Jr., Gatch N. Maxey, Haven L. May, R. N. Miller, Vernon L. Moore, Henry B. Morgan, Larry H. Myers, Edward G. Naramore, Gordon K. Owen, Charles W. Pemble, Jr., Joseph W. Pocho- mis, James J. Pollitte, Walter E. Porter, Elbert Powers, Frederick R. Rose. Hank M. Schimpleler, Louis B. Skaggs, Edwin S. Smith, William P. Shoemaker, George T. Sparrow, John W. Staley, Goebel E. Stanley, Roger N. Stark, Donald J. Steilberg, Eugene C. Stevens, James B. Stewart, Charles W. Sullivan, William T. Swain, Thomas E. Tabb, George H. Talbott, Paul H. Threlkeld, Loren W. Tune, Paul B. Vandevelde, Alfred D. Wade, William H. Walker, James C. Wash, Robert A. Wharton, George W. Wilson, John D. Witt, John H. Word, Zane Young. SENIORS Othniel Alsop, Salvator J Amato, George E. Ashley, Martin Arnold Bauer, Samuel Berman, M. A. Bolver, Wil- liam L. Broadfoot, Jean F. Brown, James O. Brummett, George R. Bryan, William H. Cassidy, James A. Clutts, Marion A. Comstock, Charles G. Cook, Atalay Coskungal- lari, Frederick G. Crary, John M. Crawford, Roy R. Crouch, Fred C. Curtis, Allen W. Daugherty, William K. Davis, Paul R. Ellis, William S. Farmer, Harvey J. Field, Jr. Frank G. Foreman, Robert C. Frye, Ernest Gardner, Jr., McKee H. Gifford, Calvin G. Grayson, Leonard A. Griggs, William J. Gutermuth, Elwood Halley, Charles R. Ham, Edward L. Harper, Carl Asa Hart, Roy Hixson, William E. Howard, James E. Johnston, Charles R. Jones, William S. Kerrick, Wesley A. King, Charles W. Kuhn, Elmer T. Lee, William D. Lester, Louis W. List, Jr., Howard L. Lusk. W. H. McClellan, Isham R. McConnell, John H. McEiroy, John L. McLaughlin, William C. Martin, John E. Miller, Ear! Moldovan, James L. Parrott, James E. Pearson, Russell D. Poole, William P. Ringo, Jr., August H. Runyon, George C. Sakona, Kenneth E. Smith, Willard N. Stooke, Fred L. Walker, Homer M. Walker, Roy A. Wallace, Jr., Louis Warren, Vernon H. Wetherby, Jr., George T. Williams, Wesley G. Witt. 196 CIVIL ENGINEERS SOPHOMORES Officers: D. C. Newberry, president; H. S. Sutton, vice president; G. E. Claiborne, secretary-treasurer. Members: William R. Abell, Paul W. Adams, William M. Adams, Winford R. Addison, Edward M. Applebaum, Wil- liam T. Austin, Stephen A. Ballinger, Jr., Billy J. Barrows, Jack B. Bays, Paul Jacob Bickel, Jr., Joseph A. Bishop, Frank L. Blackford, John G. Blankenship, William S. Blue. George B. Boggs, Carlie, Bowmer, Nobel D. Brown, Jack L. Carpenter, David W. Catron, George Edward Claiborne, Jaime R. Correa, Donald E. Cumminis. Donald W. Daugherty, Robert C. Deen, Byrnes C. Fair- child, James W. Fehr, Harold D. Fox, Edgar B. Gaither, Jr.. Theodore Carl Gesling, Jr., Brocton O. Griggs, Robert O Grubbs, Warner C. Grubbs, John W. Gutermuth, Jr., James L. Hamilton, John Joseph Harrington, John D. Hartley, John D. Hartley, James L. Haworth, Donald C. Hays, Wil- liam H. Helms, William T. Henry, Carl H. Hellebrand, Wil- liam P. Jones, Frank Kemper, Arnold N. Kinly. George L. LeBaron, Sammie F. Lee. Robert L. Leininger, James J. Lewis, Federico T. Lux, Robert Edwin McDaniels, J. W. Marca, John W. Marcum, Robert A. Markham, Charles T. Martin, William E. Medina, Manuel P. Mercado, John E. Meyer, Nathan H. Miller, Charles G. Mitchell, Jr., Harold G. Mullins, Edwardo Navarro, Donald C. Newberry, Jr., Edward L. Norris, Charles H. Oakley, John E. Obrein, William T. Patterson, Harry E. Payne, Carl L. Pennington. R. P. Ramsey, Herman D. Regan, Jr., Gene E. Risner, J. T. Robertson, William H. Sammons, Oscar Saylor, Thomas O. Scalf, Charles W. Shewak, Ralph B. Smith, Howard B. Spalding, William H. Spratt, John W. Staley, James A. Stidham, Harry S. Sutton, Jr., James A. Wells, Eugene M. West, Ralph C. Windon, Joseph C. White, Charles E. Young. 197 GUIGNOL Guignol theatre was organized in 1927 as a means of bringing townspeople and University personnel in closer cooperation. Since this time the theatre has produced, under directors Caroll Sax, Frank Fowler, and Wallace Briggs, theatre fare ranging from Shakespeare and Ibsen to Shaw and Van Druten. The consistently high caliber of entertainment offered by Guignol is due in great measure to the devotion and hard work of students and townspeople. This devotion and hard work will find its own reward in the new theatre plant in the Fine Arts Building, where the finest in modern theatre equipment will afford even greater opportunities. Stage: Steve Rauh, C. B. Jones, Earl Cornet, Gloria Boltis, Di- anne McKaig, Janet Anderson, Jean Howard, Betty Fish, Kath- leen Bealmear, Dorothy Wil- liams Lights: Bill O ' Bannon, Joe Owens, Bill Womack, Warren Pfefferle, Joe Johnson Costumes: Anna Freeman, Gloria Eastburn, Nelda Ewing, Bess Peavy Box Office: Bettie Tuttle, Chris- tine Cook, Mac Lorkin, Dorothy Siler, Jane Garrett, Louise Swin- ford, Barbara Young, Eleanor Yates, Pat Evans, Elise Hartman Properties: Laura Lyons, Josie Tunis Potter, Ann L. Lyons, Billie Jackson Bower House: John Marlowe, Dal Thorpe, Shirley Folger, Frank Dempsey, Mildred Cox, Joan Crawford, LeGronde Barker, Bertha Ann Lutes, Barbara Will- ing, Jeanne Wilson, Alma Lee Wilson, Janice Stille, Marie Johnson, Betty Winslow, Mar- tha Gountt, Elaine Ashley Casey Russell, Business Manager, and Wally- Briggs, Director, check last minute details in preparation for the first Guignol production of the year, " Pygmalion. " 198 GUIGNOL The cast of Guignol ' s masterful production, " Pygmalion, " in action. Left to right: Charles Drew (Higgins), Norma Bradley Arnold (Mrs. Higgins), Ken Scott (Col. Pickering), Bill Nave (Freddy Eynsford Hill), Beth Caddy (Eliza Doolittle), Charlotte Corn Renfro (Mrs. Eynsford Hill), Priscilla Hancher, (Clara Eynsford Hill). Bess Peavy, Gloria East- burn, Designer Anna Freeman, Neldo Ewing, and Casey Russell, mem- bers of the costume de- partment, who outfitted the members of the " Pyg- malion " cast so appropri- ately. The stage crew and electricians poured sweat, blood, and tears into the construction of realistic sets for the Guignol pro- duction. Paint buckets, step-ladders, and lights that won ' t work are all port of the life of a show- man. Claude Jackson dreams up one of his letter-perfect sets for the show. 199 NORWOOD SOCIETY OF MINING AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERS The American Institute of Mining and Metallurgi- cal Engineers was founded in New York in 187 ' . The University of Kentucky chapter is known as the Norwood Society. Faculty Advisor: Prof. C. S. Crouse Members in faculty: C. S. Crouso, M. W. Beebe, G. R. Bernhardt, C. S. Carter, F. L. Orrell Honorary member: H. Comer Wolf O fficers: Ted Haley, president; To.m Ready, vice president; S. J. Whalen, secretary; George Murray, treasurer; William Bruckhart, sergeant-ot-arms; William Bronston, Student Council representative Members: S. E. Adair, H. T. Adams, W. D. Bailev, P. M. Barlow, B. R. Barrett, J. W. Bassett, R. J. Beaver, J. W. Begley, W. H. Bronston, K. B. Bruck- ort, J. W. Brummett, C. C. Congleton, E. F. Cook, E. F. Elkms, J. B. Elsee, K. G. Felty, E. L. Foster, R. M. Fuller, R. F. Gerding, J. J. Ghia, W. P. Glass, T. L. Griffin, B. M. Grimm, T. D. Haley, H. Hein- eke, H. C. Human, J. G. Humphreys, V. E. Jen- nings, R. L. Kimberly, H. L. Kirkpatrick, J. Q. Lackey, G. W. Lockin, J. D. Longabaugh, C. C. Lowery, B. B. McClain, C. J. McHorgue, W. R. Mayberry, B. L. Meredith, H. E. Miller, G. T. Mur- ray, J. P. Newell, D. P. Ncw.-nan, D. M. Osborn, P. R. Parks, J. P. Perry, R. W. Preston, W. O. Ras- senfoss, T J. Ready, R. G. Ross, E. P. Rowady, J. J. Rudy, D. R. Russell, J. G. Sauer, W. E. Silas, T. J. Sm:th, W. R. Smither, R. G. Stapleton, J. M. Stont, R. B. Thorp, M. L. Tinsley, J. M. Todd, W. J. Trent, C K. Tudor, B. M. Van Beber, R. L. Vines, W. G. Voorhes, W. E. Wordman, J. R. Warren, H. L. Washburn, S. J. Whalen, K. R. White, J. M., E. A. Wicks, W. H. Wise Shortly after 3 a.m. Friday, November 12, Norwood Hall burst into flames and furnished one of the most dramatic pictures of the year. Completely destroyed, the loss was estimated at 5200,000. But money doesn ' t seem to cover the loss of endless hours spent collecting valuable botani- cal and geologic specimens which were destroyed with the building. 200 MECHANICAL ENGINEERS The student branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers was founded 1 880 in New York to broaden the students ' acquaintance with the practical side of mechanical engineering. It was instolled on the campus of the University of Kentucky in 1910. Faculty Advisor: E. B. Penrod and R. D. Hawki-s Officers: Willis F. Lewis, pres;dcr.t: Bruce MrCul- lough, vice president; Robert E. Nugent, secretary; Garland K. Groce, treasurer; Eugene D. Kozak, Engineering Student Council representative Members: Virgil Adams, Granville P. Barker, Stanley Bar- nett, Joseph F. Baugh, Gaorge L. Baxter, Russell C. Beau- champ, Howard B. Benjamin, Shsrwood Bennett, Lew:s Biggerstaff, Leneth Derral Brown, Joseph E. Brunk, Emmett L. Bryant, Samuel T. Bryant, Calvin F. Buechele, Clarence E. Burns, James E. Caines, Allison H. Caudill, Leland Con- dit, ByrI E. Curry, Herman D. Davis, John D. Delano,, Charles 5. Doyle, Charles R. Enicks, Herbert D. Estes, Sam- uel Fein, David N. Felty, Thomas Y. Fitzpatrick, Harry Whitney Flower, Clarence L. Frazier, John B. Frounfelker, Robert S. Garrett, John D. Goodlette, Garland K. Grace, Warren P. Gregory. Walton E. Hale, Joseph W, Hall, James K. Hansee, Leonard S. Haynes, Richard E. Hicks, John R. Hook, Don- ald A. Hoyt, Raymond W. Hughes, Leonard G. Johnson, James R. Kayse, Gerald F. Kincaid, Lamar Kissling, Keith Koenig, Eugene D. Kozak, Gsrald E. LeMaster, Owen H. Lewis, Willis F. Lewis, William G. McAlister, Robert G. McCoy, Bruce McCullough, Wiliam B. McMullin, William F. McShane, William N. Markert, Beniamin P. Marshall, Danny J. Mason, Charles E. May, Charles W. Meade, Ralph B. Menser, Charles B. Minor, William P. Mitchell, James D. Morse, Russell E. Motsinger, James A. Mullins, Edwin B. Mumford, James A. Murphy. Billy B. Nail, William A. Nsblett, Charles E. Nichols, Irvin S. Noland, Robert E. Nugent, Eugene B. O ' Neal, Samin Ozgur, Bob L. Pans, John C. Pearson, Kimble L. Pollitt, Thomas C. Potter, Thomas A. Prather, James W. Ridgway, Elmer K. Robertson, Carroll G. Robinson, Robert L. Rogers, Heral Singleton, Edward Slone, Omar T. Smith, Ross E. Stewart, Francis R. Stone, William H. Summitt, James R. Thomas, Herbert H. Thompson, Manuel A. Vila, Edwin S. Walters, Paul W. Walters, Warren W. Walton, Charles L. Watson, Dana A. Webb, James E. Wessels, Elbert E. Williams, James E. Williams, John N. Williams, Richard G. Womack, William T. Wood, Ramon Young. ■ aw " t. ' - " ?»!• ' 201 BACTERIOLOGICAL SOCIETY Row One — Balows, Tewney, Dawson, Rupard, Cash, McGowan Row Two — Berkowitz, Husain, Donnelly, Kehoe. Sturm, Orttenburger, Castle Row Three- — Chestnut, Brown, J. Goldberg, Pruden, Whitley Row Four — Johnson, Nance, McDaniel, Owens, Aliender, Farley, Snedegar Row Five — Hall, Scharfschwerdt, Blair, Duggan, Boiter, M, Goldberg, Pulliar The Bacteriological Society of the University of Kentucky was installed on the University campus in 1935 to " advance the science of Bacteriolony ond the promotion of fellowship among its mem- bers. " Members among the faculty include Dr. R. H. Weaver, Dr. James Humphries, Dr. Morris Scher- ago, Ida M. Scharfschwerdt, Dr. Margaret Hotch- l .:ss, Dr. 0. F. Edwards, Dr. Mary Harden. Miss Ida M. Scharfschwerdt is Faculty Advisor. Officers: Frances McGowan, president; V e n i t a Dawson, vice president; Joyce Snedegar, secretary; Phillip Cash, treasurer Elinor Castle, lona Chestnut, Juanita Crawford, Veriita Dawson, Nancy Dennes, Cecil Donnley, Tim Duggan, Dolores Farley, Marjorie Furneaux, Milton Kamaroff, Sue Ann Kehoe, Nancy Kirby, Mary Ann Laub, William McCollum, Katie McDaniel, Frances McGowan, J. W. Marion, Dock Meador, Kenneth Minnick, Ann Moron, Martha Muth, Betty Jo Nonce, Phoebe Nelme, Alice Orttenburger, Jane Popplewell, Shirley Porter, Ida Mae Pruden, Els- worth Pullium, Ruth Reichenboch, Harryette Ru- pard, Jane Schaffner, George Scheer, P. A. Smith, Adelion Spence, Marion Stoke, Norma Jean Stone, Jane Strum, Eleanor Taylor, Irma Tewmey, Ruth Trefz, Robert Weaver, James Wilson, Mary Ruth Whitley Members: Ann Aliender, Jacquelyn Bard, OIlie Bilicka, T. A. Borton, Barbara Brown, Phillip Cash, 202 COSMOPOLITAN CLUB The Cosmopolitan Club was organized by the YMCA on the campus of the University of Ken- tucky in 1921 and has been an octive organizotion since that time. At its organization the chapter had five students from outside of the United States and two representing the USA. Officers are Sebastian Van Goudoever, Holland, President; Elejandoo Capablance, Cuba, Vice Presi- dent; Ann Vaughn, USA, Secretary; and Praben Haagensen, Brazi l, Treasurer. Any student born outside of the United States is eligible for membership in this club, and most of the foreign students who hove started at vhe Uni- versity of Kentucky have been members of the club. At th present time, the club hos members from In- dia, China, Turkey, Egypt, Finland, Holland, Ger- many, Palestine, Belgium, Columbia, Mexico, Puer- to Rico, Brazil, Cuba, and USA. The purpose of the club is to help the students from the countries to get acquainted with the students from the United States, to provide social life vor the members, and to develop international under- standing and good will. Lessley, Coskunogulla H. Oil- Row One — Peak, Chu, Taylor, Rush, Haagense Ozgur Row Two — Nieto T. Lopez, Capablanca, Lassi, Bigge, Van Goudoever, Pennebaker, M. Tiao, Huber, Jii J. Tiao Row Three — Womack, P. Oliver, E. Lopez, Koppius, Tsai, Morales, Wellwood, Higginson, Haley, Perez, Vila, Walker, Keller Row Four — Michel, Van Gemeren, Beer, Mercado, Denner, Ballenger, Lewis, Correa, Ting, Cox, Carter, Johnson, Vaughn 203 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The Baptist Student Union was installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1931. Its pur- pose is to link the Baptist students of the University to the loco! Baptist churches and to unify all the voluntary Christian activities of Baptist students on the campus. The faculty advisor is Dr. L. E. Meece. Walton, Durham, Gordon N. Hockensmith, H. Hockensmith, Reed Baker, Castle, Bergman Danks, Amis, Brown Baugh, Pruden, Taylor Price, Walker, Waddle Ballard, Blanchard 204 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The Baptist Student Center on South Limestone near the University, where Baptist students gather for religious and social activities. Officers; Hoge Hockensmith, president; Jack Wad- dle, first vice president; Weston Bergman, second vice president; Georgia Pruden, third vice president; Laura Fannin, secretary; Frank Bough, treasurer John Toylor, music chairman; Nora Lee Hocken- smith, pianist; Walter Price, King ' s Hour choirman; Charlotte Reed, ortist; Morion Purdy, publicity; Dewey Brown, magazine representative; Elinor Cas- tle, librarian; Julian Dyer, K-Link chairman; Jock Amis, evangelistic chairman; Clyde Donks, build- ing and grounds; Lois Calhoun, Annie Bollard, Jean Amis, Jack Clooins, Doyle Boker, Jimmy Wil- kinson, Steve Glazebrook, Curt Blcnchard, Dor,s Walker, church representatives Daily devotionals and group singing are University. of inspiration and fellowship for Baptist students at the 205 CANTERBURY CLUB The Canterbury Club was founded at New York State Teachers College in 1918. It was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1945. Purpose: " To serve the mission of Christianity by fostering among the students of the University of Kentucky a better understanding of the faith and practice of the Episcopal Church and loyalty to its corporate life. " Chaplin: The Reverend E. Laurence Baxter. Faculty Advisors: Theodore K. Dyer and Frank Rainwater Officers: Hardin Short, president; Edwin W. Taylor, vice president; Elizabeth A. Bicknell, secretory; Mary G. Taylor, corresponding secre- tary Dr. Edward Farquhar, of booming voice and dry wit fame, speaks at a Canterbury Club lun At a Canterbury Club feed. It ' s every man for fiimself and the Devil take the hindmost. 206 CANTERBURY CLUB Rev. Lawrence Smith discusses plans for one of the weekly meetings with officers of the Canterbury Club. L. to r. — Edwin Taylor, Mary Taylor, Jack Feierabend, Beth Bicknell, and Rsv. Smith. Members: James W. Atkins, Eliza- beth A. Bicknell, Nancy M. Bird, Jean Burgin, Hugh Cassell, Bob Cole- man, Harrison Cooper, Phyllts Dean. Charles DeSpain, Betty Dickmson, Jean Dryer, Mary P. Errrckson, Rob- ert W. Estill, Jack Feierab3nd, George Fischer, Mar ' Geiger, Robert H, Giltner, William F. Giltner, Tom Hellyar, Bert Jody, Julia Ann Jones. Milton Z. Kafoglis, Bill Kimes, Bill Lyon, Elizabeth Marshall, Charles Michler, Betsy Milton, Jack Money, Trip Moody, Wynn Mosely, Mary Ann Moser, Thomas Murro, Martha Myers, Ronald Naser, Rufus Nighten- gale, Dorcas O ' Neal, Patti Perrone, John Pflaumar, Gsrry Poor, Virnil Pryor, Bertie Lou Ra.nkin, Edward Ray, Lucille Rodgers. Jake Shacklet, Jean Sherman, Hardin Short, Roger Snow, Tom Sutherland, Joyce Stratford, Virginia Stratford, Edwin Taylor, Lee E. Tay- lor, Mary G. Taylor, Bosworth Todd, Randy Tussey, Robert L. Tuthill. Richard E. Walker, Richard K. Walk- er, Barbara Warren, Jean Warren, Jack Whicker, Pat Williams, Barbara Willing E. Taylor Wai:- or M. Taylor Pryor, Bickn ell, Feierabend Grigsby, Bird, Estill, Thomas. Whicker, Mulkey Tussey, Sherman, Avent, Geiger, Hall, Giltner Cassell, Willing, Cooper, H. Button, Money, McNamee Poor, Bland, Williams, Moseley, Webb, Dryer Smith, Rankin, Lyon, N. Button, Wilson, Kafoglis 207 DAIRY CLUB Row One — Schoolcraft, Lassifer, Dohano, McDavift, Samples, R. S. Smith, Seath, Dean, Tucker Row Two — H. Brown, Sanders, Stamper, Burnette, Rati, Shaffer, Johnson, Allen, Saalwaechter, Farris, James, The Dairy Club was founded at the University of Kentucky in 1933 to " further a closer relationship between the students and men of the dairy indus- try. " The Faculty Advisor is Dr. D. M. Seath. OthL=r members among the faculty are Prof. J. O. Bork- mon and Dr, H. B. Morrison. Honorary members ore J. W. Nutter, C. Oscar Ewing, Adolph Moser, Ervil Von Allmon, P. B. Gaines, M. D. Harrison, R. J. Shipmon, Charles Vahlkamp, and Fordyce Ely. Officers: Rupert N. Samples, president; Frank B. Linton, vice president; Edgar A. McDavitt, secre- tary; Robert S. Smith, treasurer Members: William G. Cowan, Harry R. Donoho, Charles Allen Duvcll, London Garrett, John T. God- frey, Wilson O. Helm, James T. Johnson, William I ampman, Charles A. Lassiter, Frank B. Linton, Edgar A. McDovitt, Burris A. Rardin, Rupert N. Samples, Michael H. Sand, Hoyt Sanders, George W. Schoolcraft, Robert S. Smith 208 DUTCH LUNCH CLUB The Dutch Lunch Club was founded at the Univer- sity of Kentucky in 1931. Purpose: To provide fellowship m the YWCA for town girls and commuters. Faculty Advisor: Miss Morgoret Ann Wilson Officers: Nancy Potts, president; Sue Worren, vice president; Dorritt White, secretary; Jo Frances Dougherty, treasurer Members: Alberta Adams, Joan Adams, Salomie Antczak, Evelyn Baker, June Baker, Sally Bobbitt, Barbara Brown, Dottie Brown, Ruth Ann Brown, Ann Powell Bush, Carol Chambers, Doris Coleman, Lou Collier, Peggy Compton, Jackie Cooke, Ruth Cranfield, Joyce Crutchfield, Mickey Curtis, Jo Frances Daugherty, Phyllis Dean, Dottie Dona- hue, Helen Dotson, Bettie Dunn, Mary Potter Errickson, Peggy Essenbach, Pat Evans, Frances Farmer, Carol Fischer, May B. Fouts, Carolyn Freeman. Charlotte Garr, Miriam Gerber, Bertha Gifford, Mary Ann Good, Donna Jean Hall, Ella Clay Hamilton, Virginia Henry, Frances Hensley, Barbara Hickey, Dorothy Honaker, Edith Hunt, Henrietta Hutchinson, Ruby Jesse, Dons Johnson, Jean Johnson, Peggy Johnson, Lillias Kelley, Marilyn Kil- gus, Helena Kyle, Nancy LaMaster, Dorothy Lawson, Gerry Leet, Mary Lewis, Eloise Lorch, Joan Maguire, Jo Ann Maloney, Thelma Mattox, Betty Mayse, Sue McCann, Eleanor Mclnturff, Patsy McKitrick, Trip Moody, Bess Peavy, Jane Peck, Nancy Potts, Marion Purdy. Louise Rhoads, Eliza Rowland, Mary Lynn Sanders, Mabel Scott, Dorothy Seath, Barbara Shafer, Patty Short, Annette Siler, Dot Siler, Mary Louise Skidmore, Martha Steele, Betty Strunk, Wilma Sumpter, Faye Sumpter, Betty Sunley, Jean Swope, Shelley Thompson, Irma Teuney, Ruth Trefz, Peach ' e Violette, Dorothy Waits, Sue Warren, Dorothy Watkins, Betty Jane Webb, Mary Jo West, Nancy West, Alleen Weathers, Hazel Wells, Jane Wessels, Marilyn Wheeldon, Dorritt White, Dorothy Wiggin, Dorothy Wilson, Ann Williams, Dons Willson, Eleanor Yates Pictured abo.e is one of the Friday luncheon n ship in the YWCA for town girls and comrr student from Germany, was the guest speaker. s of the Dutch Lunch Club, founded to provide a fellow- At the meeting above, Ingeborg Dedering, University 209 HILLEL FOUNDATION Row One — Brown, Perlmutter, Goldberg, Halpern, Travis, Milman, Greenwald, Marcus, Murstein, Klein, Shaikin, Levy, Freedman Row Two- — Ades, Perlmutter, 8. Fein, S. Fein, Greenburg, Segel, Auerbach, Zuckerman, Goldstein, Siegel, Levy, Kaplan, Bower, Friedman Row Three — Weisenberb, Evens, Griefenger, Kardos, Parness, Epstein, Cohen, Soloman, Millman, Levy, Surtow, Rosenthal Row Four- — Isaacs, Willinger, Bein, Levy, Cohen, Goldberg Hillel Foundation was founded at the University of Illinois in 1923. The organization was installed on the campus of the University of Kentucky in 1938 Purpose: " To provide a religious, cultural and social orgonizotion for Jewish students on the campuses of American Universities. Officers: David Greenwald, president; Rosolyn Eilenberg, vice president; Helene Marcus, secretory; Irving Milman, treasurer; Dolores Shaikun, Joe Kramer, Interfaith Council representatives. Honorary member: Rabbi Sidney Ballon, Counselor 210 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The Home Economics Club was founded at Mon- tana State College in 1895 to " bind Home Eco- nomics students together, give them knowledge and practice in self-initiated group work, provide them with a true vision of Home Economics, and offer friendship between students and faculty. " Members in faculty: Dr. Statie Erikson, Helen Wil- more, Frances Seeds, Elizabeth Helton, Mrs. Sam Taylor, Mary Mumford, Leoro Bentley, and Marie Borkley. Mrs. Lottie Sumner is the faculty advisor. Officers: Hazel Jo Smith, president; Dorothy Deone Doyle, vice president: Evelyn Hammond, secretary; Clara Newton, treasurer; Mary Jo Ridley, Jean Wil- liams, freshmen advisors; Pot Lawson, publicity chairwoman; Sue Dossett, song leader Members: Jean Amis, Betty Andes, Dons Annis, Annie Ballard, Emma Barnes, Marjorie Bradford, Lillian Clay, Faye Cooper, Ruth Crawfield, Evelyn Crawford, Betty Crump, Joyce Cundiff, Sue Dosset, Dorothy Deane Doyle, Betty Dunn, Jewell Ellis, Eloise Ewbank, Jean Ewbank, Carol Fisher, Betty Ford, Magdalme Gamblin, Martha Gan- net, Mildred Garbandt, Alithea Gillespie, Barbara Graham, Evelyn Hammond, Neree Hatcher, Shirley Heath, Beverly Hines, Helen Hollmgsworth, Louise Hunley, Kathryn Irwin, Rachel Johnson, Mayme Joseph, Jo Anne Kinsey, Pat Law- son, Virginia Lewis, Virginia Link, Ann Littleton, Betty Maxey, Sue McCann, Sue McConnell, Bernice Minaid, lona Moore, Virginia Murray, Fonita Nave, Sally Newell, Clara Newton, Evelyn Osborne, Mary Lois Paul, Eloise Ridley, Mary Jo Ridley, Martha Routt, Louise Schrivers, Hazel Jo Smith, Sylvia Smith, Louise Snyder, Martha Steel, Martha Swofford, Anna Varney, Wilma Jean Wathen, Mary Frank Ward, Edna Whitten, Amy Wills, Mitzi Wilson, AJice Word nipifiiwii I i Row One — Lorch, Sumpter, Blount, Clay, Dorrett, Johnson, Cundiff, Link, Heath, Mitchell, Williams, Blair, Maxey, Gillespie, Lane, Barnes, Lowe Row Two — Burns, Strunk, Fisher, Swofford, Crump, Doyle, Paul, Ingels, Ballard, Bnstow, Williams, Pack, Graham, Ridley, Wyatt, Martin, Gnder, Lawson, Seath Row Three — Sumner, Snyder, Schivers, Leach, Caylor, Ridley, Ward, Weisert, Freels, Hixon Minlard Annis Arnold, Warren, McCann, McWilliams, Steele, Annis, Renyer Row Four — Smith, Hammond, Ewbank, Word, Murray, Joseph, Gamblin, Andes, Ford, Kinsey, Newton, Osborne, Hines, Hollingsworth, Cooper, Garrigan, Jackson, Bradford, Littleton, Milby, J. Ellis Barnett S. Ellis, Grider 211 PHALANX Holland, McCracken, Carter, Morgan, Garrett, Cooper, Whaley, Russell Collins, Edwin Taylor, Van Goudoever, Lewis, Ellis Taylor, Teichert, Durham, Smith Myles, Mayhew, Cashman, Curry, Amberg, Holtzclaw, Fethe, Moseley Lowman, Deskins, Flowers, Mattingly, Seelhorst, Ferguson, Mainous, Calvert The Phalanx fraternity was founded in 1921 at the Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, YMCA to " unite young men in cooperative efforts to practice and to extend Christian standards and ideals. " Bart N. Peak is the faculty advisor of the Bart N. Peak Chapter of the University of Kentucky. The chapter was installed on the campus in 1943. Officers: Howard Morgan, president; Harrison Cooper, vice president; Edward Carter, secretary; London Garrett, treasurer Members: Brantley Amberg, Edward Carter, John Cashman, Thomas Collins, Harrison Cooper, Howard Curry, Harry Dougherty, Jim Durham, Wil- liam Fisher, Harold Friedly, David Holland, Harold Holtzclaw, Owen Lewis, Joe Mainous, Tom Mat- tingly, Howard Mayhew, Ralph McCracken, Lee Myles, Howard Morgan, Bart Peak, William Russell, Robert Smith, Edwin Taylor, Ellis Taylor, Roy Teich- ert, Charles Whaley 212 THE SOCIAL WORK CLUB The Social Work Club of the University of Ken- tucky was founded in April, 1948, at the Univer- sity of Kentucky. The Club is " a social and educational organization to develop and encourage interest in the field of Social Work on the part of the students of the University. " Faculty Advisors are Mrs. Alice K. Rucker and H. E. Wetzel Officers: William Huffman, president; Helene L. Marcus, vice president; Patricia Williams, secre- tary; Carolyn McBee, treasurer Members: Mary Jane Agnew, Anelle Bowne, Cur- tis Boyles, Carolyn Carson, Anna Sam Casswell, Margaret Clegg, Helen Colemon, Charles E. Cox, Gloria Garner, Margaret L. Gorin, Sara Mae Greene, Charles Greenmon, Morjorie Hall, George Ann Hertlein, Anna Foye Hooks, Sam Huey, William Huffman, Eleanor Hughes, Agnes Hutchinson, Le- Ruth Jones, Ruth Jordan, Virginia Lake, Elaine Lyon, Carolyn McBee, Mary McCouley, Mary Lee McClure, Juanito McNomee, Ruth Moloney, Charles Mann, Helene Marcus, Nell Martin, Mabel Mears, Marilyn Morris, May Beam Noe, Louise Bruce Nutting, Betsy Peavyhouse, Nancy Ramey, Dolores Shaikun, Hogon Trammel, Ruby Jane Turner, Ruth Vest, Eva Walsh, Kathryn Ann Webb, Mary Katharine Webb, Jane Wessells, Betty White, Patricia Williams, Willa Wilson, Dorothy Wood Row One — Cox, Cassell, Marcus, Wood, Turner, Jordan, Williams, McBee, White Row Two — Nee, Boyles, McNamee, Peavyhouse, Huffman, Hutchinson, Clegg, Shaikun, G Ramey, Webb, McClure, Vest, Moore, Morris, Gregory, Hooks Row Three — Coleman, Huey, Hertlein, Mr. Wetzel, Walsh, Wilson, Mrs. Rucker, Lake, Bell Mears, Mann 213 HARLAN COUNTY CLUB Row One — Whitehead, A. Milby, Cawood Smith, Clay Smith, Cox, Liveson, W. Howard, Frost, J. Smith Row Two — Yessin, Ellison, Sunley, Dotson, J. Howard, Gregory, Mowatt, Ward, M. Hall, Henslsy, McKinle Row Three — Riddle, Merritt, Layson, H. Martin, Ford, Whitfield, E. Smith, Morgan, W. Smith, Haag, H, Milby, J. Martin, H. Hall Harlan County Club was founded on the University of Kentucky campus in 1947. Purpose: To promote friendship among studenfs from Harlan County, Kentucky. Faculty Advisors: Miss Helen King, Louis Dusina Hensley, Jean Howard, Warren Howard, Cyrus Lay- son, Ed Liveson, Mary Lou McK.nlay, Hugh Martin, James Martin, Jack Merritt, Alvin Milby, Harold Milby, William Morgan, Elizabeth Mowot, Fred Riddle, Cawood Smith, Clay Smith, Ernest Smith, John Smith, Walter Smith, Betty Sunley, Bertha Word, Kyle Whitehead, Bryan Whitfield, Hinda Yessin Officers: Cawood Smith, president; Alvin Milby, vice president; Elsie Dotson, secretary-treasurer; William Morgan, sergeont-at-arms Members: Clork Cox, Elsie Dotson, Dorothy Ellison, Russell Ford, William Frost, Frances Gregory, Stan- ley Hogg, Harold Hall, Maxine Hall, Mary Lou 214 PATTERSON LITERARY SOCIETY The Patterson Literary Society was founded at the University of Kentucky in October, 1948. Purpose: First, to stimulate and foster additional interest in speech activities through regular partici- pation beyond academic training in the classroom; second, to accept its obligotion and responsibility in conducting the oratorical contests provided for i-i the will of the late President James Kennedy Pat- terson. Faculty Advisor: Dr. R. S. Sterrett Officers: Walter Patrick, president; Francis Faul- coner, vice president; W. M. Byron, secretary; Rich- ard L. Pigmon, treasurer Members: Edword Brooking, W. M. Byron, Clement L. Cockrel, John Doucoumis, Charles R. Dougherty, Joe A. Dress, Robert W. Estill, Francis Faulconer, James L. Frittier, Gene G. Keorns, Charles E. Ma ' - thews, Charles Patrick, Walter Patrick, Richard L. Pigmon, J. C. Powell Row One — Pigman, Byron, W. Patrick, Sterrett, Faulconer, Kerns Row Two — Doucoumes, Frittier, Dougherty, Powell. Cockrell, Brooking, Matthews, Dress, Estill, C. Patr 215 NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club was founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1 893, end was installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1914. Purpose; To foster the spiritual, intellectual and social interests of the Catholic students of the University; to weld them into o common union; to assist the Uni- versity and its students whenever possible; and to aid by Catholic action, through the Bishop of this diocese, the work of the church. Dr. Rhea Taylor was elected " Most Popular Professor " by student vote in the contest sponsored by the Newman Club. Presiding as " Rex " at the Mardi Gras Ball, Dr. Taylor crowned the Mardi Gras Queen, with whom he reigned over the festivities. Students of the Catholic faith share their fellowship in meetings of the Newman Club held at Euphrasia Hall. 216 NEWMAN CLUB MICHAEL CLARE BETTY SUNLEY Secretary LORAINE CORNELISEN Faculty Advisor: Paul Oberst Choplain: Reverend Elmer Grosser Officers: Michael J. Clare, president; Alex Groza, vice president; Betty Sunley, secretary; Loraine Cornelisen, treasurer Members: Joan Adams, George Allard, Harold D. Allen, Ann Allender, John Barrett, Dottie Barry, Marie Benyer, Eugene Breiding, Peggy Boiler, Ann Bush, Bill Carroll, Mike Clare, Bob Clements, James Collins, Loraine Cornelisen, Jack Crafton, Jr., Eugene Cramer, Rachel DeMario, Louis DeFron- cisco, Dottie Donahue, Don Droege, Tom Dwyer, Ben Elkins, Margaret Essenbock, Don Etherington, Tom Etherington, Marian Fisher, Jerome Gesel, Mary F. Gilbert, James Glass, Carl Gorham, Richard Gorham, Alex Groza, Donna J. Hall, Julia Heacox, James Heffermon, Karl Henn, Henry Hettel, Jr., Babs Mickey, Rosemary Hilling, Betty Holstine, John Howard, Julian Howard, Peggy Johnson, Durward Kay, Anita Kayse, James Kearney, Jr., William Kelly, Mary Kinsey, Clarence Krebs, Frank Leach, Robert Leininger, Libby Link, Consuela Lopez, Elena Lopez, Marge Lung, Cheri; McCabe, Sue McConn, Paul McCorty, Margaret McCarville, Henry Moloney, Joann Moloney, George Martin, James Matlock, Thomas Miles, Dorothy Neol, Victor Nevirs, Mary Elizabeth Nicoulin, Charles Oberst, Bernard Perraut, Jock Pettit, Vincent Pickett, Frank Randall, Kenneth Recktenwald, Albin Rekis, Franz Ross, Gene Ruhl, Jomes Ryan, Jack Schiffli, Joseph Schultz, Marian Schwendeman, Bill Slusher, Richard Sheehy, John Simms, Molly Simms, H. R. Skees, Louise Smith, Sylvia Smith, Betty Sunley, Marie Sympson, George Tolbott, John Talbott, Angelo Testa, Pat Thomas, Cecil Thrasher, Ruth Trefz, Lydio Wagers, John Wehrle, Louis Wholey, Alvin Eicke, Ann William- son, Jane Williamson, Kenny Wood, Claude Zehn- der 217 PRYOR PRE-MED SOCIETY The Pryor Pre-Med Society was founded ot the University of Kentucky in 1 9 1 6 to " aid all pre- medicol students ocodennically, socially, and to serve as media through which associations can be made with leoders in the field of medical science. Faculty Advisors: Dr. R, S. Allen, Dr. J. W. Arch- deacon Honorary members: Dr E, Dorton J. W, Pryor, Dr. Howard Officers: Athena Yonkos, president; C. A. Brown- ing, vice president; Wilma Jean Ard, corresponding secretory; Andrew Politte, recording secretory; Mary Margaret Anderson, treasurer Members in faculty: Dr. C. B. Crawley, Dean M. M. White, Dr. Alfred Brouer, Dr, Chorles Borken- bus. Dr. R. S. Allen, Dr. J. W. Archdeacon, Dr. Marvin Scherogo One — Walls, Sullivan, Cox, Daugherty, Danks, Vensel, Owens, Browning, Opromolla, Karem Two — Erwin, Spivey, Hayden, Steele, Brown, Yonkos, Anderson, Caudel, Ard Three — Baugh, Bemis, Steiner, Taylor, Moore, Rawlings, Ramey, Owens, Polites Four — Hockworth, Taylor, Augsberg, Peck, Marvin, Ellis, Beer, Levitt, Kramer, Chewninq, Wilson 218 PRYOR PRE-MED SOCIETY Members: Bill Allen, Mary Margaret Ander- son, Ronald Anderson, Wilma Jean Ard, Frank B. Augsburg, J. W. Barlow, Sam Bar- low, Frank Bassett, Merle Baugh, Manuel Beer, Carl Begley, Warren Bemis, Robert Bennett, Joe Benton, Robert Brashear, C. A. Browning, Robert Butler, Ellis Carter, Joe Carter, Robart Carter, Jack Chewning, Pengv Jo Chambers, Charles Cissell, Don Combs, William Combs, Bob Cousins, Marion Cox, James Crank, Bob Cregor. Clyde Danks, Harry Daugherty, John F. Daugherty, John R. Daugherty, Virginia Day, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Demunbrun, Michael Dolan, James Downs, Henry Ebling, Glenet Ellis, Bill Erwin, V. Ray Fuson, Herbert Gil- bert, Charles Gooden, Herbert Harklefoad, Robbie Harkworth, Curtis Hirrison, Albert Hart, Charles Hatcher, Martha H a y d e n, Adrian Hendrix, Claire Hicks, Henry Hig- gens, John B. Hill, Cecil Holcomb, Chesley Holloman, Bob Hoppe, Wallace Humphries, John Jenkins, Melvin Jones. Victor Karem, Wallace King, Joseph Kramer, George Lawson, Jack Levitt, Robert Lewis, Hugh Martin, James Marvin, Kenneth McGinnis, Tom McKenney, William McKen- zie, William Meyers, Bacon Moore, Norma Mullins, Red Newland, Robert Newson, Mar- tin Opromollo, Jack Owens, Mitchell Owens, Charles Peck, Cecil Pennington, Mac Pewitt Andrew Politte, Maynard Presnell, James Price, Edward Pullen, John Rawlings, James Razor, William Reynolds, Ray Rose, Jeff Ross, Joe Ross, Walter Roy, Charles Run- yon. Roger Salot, Paul Scott, Emory Smith, Herman Spivey, Charles Stamper, Bill Staton, Conrad Steiner, Bert Sullivan, Robert Swiet- erman, Ellis Taylor, Ellsworth Taylor, George Thrailkill, Ernest Triplett, Leonard Tuelly, David Van Horn, Lee Vensel, Bill Walls, Lawrence Walper, James Warder, Norma White, William White, William Whitehsrd, Robert Wilson, Anne Winburn, Kenneth Wise, Athena Yonkos. Browning, Yonkos, Triplett White, Taylor, Vensel Brashear, Bovis, Fethe Jones, Ford, Levitt Thurmond, Beer, Kramer Stivers, Pewitt, Wallace Carter, Colley, Wright 219 AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY Row One — Sandus, Barnett, Frost, Thompson, Sweeney Row Two. — Rectenwald, Reed, Link, Anderson Row Three — Bleidt, Clark, Lowery, Bradley Row Four — Veith, Long, Siemenes, Worley, Rogers The Student Affiliate of the American Chemical Society was founded in 1937. The F. E. Tuttle Chapter was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1938 to promote interest in chemistry and to create a feeling of fellowship among the students. Faculty Advisor: Dr. N. O. Long Chandler, Leslie M. Clark, William L. Fletcher, Jacqueline Frost, C. G. House, Elizabeth Link, Lyie L, Lowry, R. L. McNeer, Eugene Miller, Gerald W. Recktenwald, Charlotte Berkley Reed, H. A. Rogers, Rose Jewell Ruh, Oscar Sandus, Paul Sears, Wil- liam Siemens, W. E. Sweeney, S. M Tarter, Ray- mond Thompson, Alan G. Veith, Ansel Worley Officers: Howard Barnett, president; Jacqueline Frost, vice president; Charlotte Berkley Reed, sec- retary-treasurer Members: S. V. Anderson, Howard Barnett, Robert A. Bleidt, O. C. Bradley, Luther B. Caldwell, O. W. 220 4-H CLUB The University 4-H Club was installed on the campus of the University of Kentucky in 1 927 to " promote bonds of fellowship among former 4-H Club members who now attend the University, and to keep in touch with the Extension Department and know what is taking place in fields of agricul- ture. " Foculty Advisor: J. W, Whitehouse Officers: Jimmy Gully, president; Hazel Jo Smith, vice president; Rachel Johnson, secretary; Evelyn Osborne, treasurer; Eloise Ewbank, reporter; Jean Ewbank, AIco Barnes, sociol choirmen Members: Doris Annis, AIco Barnes, Emma Barnes, Shelby Brommer, Robert Boggs, Jock Cash, John Cooper, Bruce Cooper, Marion Cox, Joe Crafton, Jack Crafton, Harold Davis, Sue Dossett, C. A. Du- voll. Colleen Duvall, Jewell D. Ellis, Shirley Ellis, Eloise Ewbank, Jean Ewbank, Catherine Francis, Kea Francis, Polly Freels, Charles Goff, Barbara Graham, Joe Grimes, Jim Gulley, Bob Hall, Evelyn Hammond, Tom Holloway, Lewis Hancock, Jock Heller, Bobby Hoffman, Rochael Johnson, Robert B. Layman, Virginia Lewis, Bobby Link, Eloise Lorch, James Meodor, Lowas McClure, Virginio Murray, Keen Norris, Evelyn Osborne, Joe Pider, Shirley Porter, Eloise Ridley, Joby Ridley, Michael Sand, Wilmo Sampter, Albert Schneider, Jim Shaf- fer, Bob Smith, J. R. Stevenson, William Tucke ' ' , Roy Turner, Kenneth Walker, Alice Word Row One — Kidwell, E. Ewbank, Vvord J. Ewbank, Joseph, Routt, Smith, Johnson Row Two — Hall, Ellis, Ridley, Gulley, Duvall, A. Barnes, E. Barnes, Lorch, Sumpter Row Three- — Lewis, Cotton, Osborne, Hancock, Hines, Kinsey, Tucker, Heller, Murray, Craftor Row Four — Cash, Franks, Bastin, Grimes, Meadow, Hounshell, McClure, Sand, Cox, Peden 221 TAU SIGMA In terms of the moderi called " striking a pose. " plainly see, Mildred Var dance, this is s any fool can e is an expert! Tou Sigma was founded at the University of Kansas in 1928. Delta Chapter was installed on the campus of the University of Kentucky in the spring of 1 942. The purpose of the organization is to study the dance with its accom- panying arts, music, drama, and design; and to promote general in- terest. Faculty Advisor: Mrs. Barry Shaw Officers: Dorothy Jean Richardson, president; Jo Trapp, vice presi- dent; Janice Stille, secretary; Ann O ' Bannon, treasurer; Betty Elliott, John Chumley, publicity managers Button, John Cole Betty riy Elliott, Carolyn Freeman, Ruth Graham, Vivian Hereford, Mane Johnson, Joe Marks, Tommy Montgomery, .Ann O ' Bannon, Carolyn Pogue, Ray Porter, Eliza- beth Reynolds, Dot Richardson, Chester Roe, Mary Lynn Sanders, Peake Shehan, Janice Stille, Jo Trapp, Athena Yonkos Pledges: Lois Brandon, Phyllis Cliver, Mary Hal Cochran, Polly Day, Eugene Deannger, Bob Farris, Margaret Garrett, Marilyn Kilgus. Caroline Lee, Judith Luigart, Beverly Neudecker, Beulah Reynolds, Marilyn Roberts, Jean Stephens, Edgar Vance, Mildred Vance, Jeanne Wilson, Lois Wilson, Bobbie Deen Yates Row One — Richardson, Hereford, Button, Johnson, O ' Bannon, Stille, Sanders Colei Row Two — Vance, Chumley, Marks, Farris, Reynolds, Neudecker, Graham, Trapp 222 TAU SIGMA Tro-la-la . . . it ' s Spring . . . and the gals of Tou Sigmo ca- vort on the campus lawns. Here, the girls are doing a leap . . . nice doing, hey? Jo Tropp prescribes this simple little trick for keeping your figures trim, girls . . . just don ' t neglect your life insurance. Stern, brick buildings and leaf- less trees don ' t make a very pretty background for this pic- ture of grace and beauty . . . but background is only inciden- tal, is it not? 223 WESLEY FOUNDATION Seelhorsf, Barnett, Rev. Goodwin, Williams, Clegg, Lawson, Smith Wills, Ham, Crump, Hoefelman, Duvall, Swofford, Rhoads Scott, Noble, Flowers, Wills, Langebrake, M. Clegg, Bristow The Wesley Foundation was founded ot the Uni- versity of Illinois, and was installed on the campus of the University of Kentucky in 1945. Organizotionol purpose is to represent the Metho- dist Church and its college students, and to pro- mote Christian livinj — both personal and social — among this group. Faculty Advisors; John H. Bonduront, Harold F. Link, Boyd E. Wheeler, E. J. Kilpotrick ond vice president; Jean Williams, secretary; Frank E. Clegg, Jr., treasurer Cabinet Members: Katharine Barnett, Ruth Bris- tow, Robert Chowning, Morjorie Clegg, Betty cia Lawson, Mary Lou Lewis, James Nelson, Rebec- ca Noble, Billie Redden, Louise Rhoads, Ann Sogeser, Carlos Scott, Martha Swofford, Barbara Switzer, Nancy Whitaker, Amy Dean Wills, Allen Wills, Leonard Wood Officers: Robert S. Smith, president; Arthur F. Seelhorst, first vice president; James M. Pride sec- 224 WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP The Westminster Fellowship of the Maxwell Street Presbyterian Church is an organization to encour- age and train students in the development of Chris- tian faith, character, and leadership. School president; Frances Jones, food; John Guth rie, finance; Margaret Steele, enlistment; Eibner Harber, Church Mouse editor; Harry Rouse, pro- gram Officers ore Robert Smith, president; Harry Rouse vice president; Carol Fischer, secretary; John Guth- rie, treasurer Advisors are Virginia Lipscomb and Frederick Wid- ner Council members: Marjorie Cutler, worship; Robert Violette, fellowship; Caroline Freeman, music; Nor- man Ravnsborg, service; Lee Ann Scott, Sunday Members: Shirlee Al .er5, Ellen Claire Allen, Jos Bailey, Jim Biddle, Betty Blake, Jean Bolton, Hal Brainard, Clara- bell Burkhart, Betty Compton, Robert L. Curry, Marjorie Cutler, Fred C. Davis, Harold Davis, Charles Fergus, Charles Ferguson, Carol Fischer, Caroline Freeman, John T. God- frey, William T. Gordon, John Gorman, Joe Greathouse, John Guthrie, Jr., John Hagan, Marjorie Hall, Elbert Harber, Jr., Chad Har- mon, Dee Haun, Charles Hendricks, Alvin Humphries, Jim Johnson, Tom Johnson, Frances Jones, Mary Ruth Jones, Carolyn Lindle, Janet Lloyd, Carolyn Mackey, Joyce Mac- key, Randal Martin, Bettye Jo Mayse, Margery Mitchell, Bob Morrison, James R. Morgan, Arthur Nachand, James Nickell, Charles Pentecost, Shirley Porter. Norman Ravnsborg, Donald Revell, Charles Riggs, Harry V. Rouse III, Lee Anna Scott, Robert Smith, Marion Somers, Bill Sparks, Adelicia Spence, Betty Lee Spragens, Bill Spragens, Bill Staton, Margaret Steele, Fay Sumpter, Ellis Taylor, William L. Taylor, Ruby Terry, Charles Thurston, Bob Violette, Jean Waggoner, Robert Weldon, Jr., Marilyn Wheeldon, Kathryn Whitmer, Stanley Windes. Row One- — Waggoner, Whitmer, Steele, Allen, Cutler, Curry, Gordon, Lipscomb Row Two — Jones, Spragens, Violette, Scott, Lindle Row Three — Hedricks, Guthrie, Wheeldon, Terry Row Four — Somer, Porter, F ' scher, Windes, Nachand, Johnson, Pentecost, J. Johnson, Godfrey, Morgan, Biddle 225 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Row One — P. Taylor, E. Fizer, Weaver Fizer, Rose, B. Rowland, Skid Row Two — Schlegel, Ward, A ' ow Row Three — Rains, Carmack, Milkovich, T„,.„., ,„,.a--. ■ — L. Willson, Neill, B. Willson, Pierce, Kemp, D. Tayl Hunter, Tucker, Haick, Wright, Redding, F. Lamb, Giles, A. rizer, F ube, o. rxuvyiaiiu, jmuihuic, Stewarl, Rodgers, Morgan — Schlegel, Ward, Arrington, Payne, Lusk, Haley, Cash, Hamlin, D. Wilson, W. Gregory, Schiffli, Meeker, Mee, Lowry, Holland, Griffin, Creech, R. Gregory, Kenney, Johnson, Wells - • " ' " " -.- -T-_ ,_. Jaeger, Rowland, Taulbee, Chaney, Stofer, Tanner, Struve, The Future Teochers of America orgatnization was founded on the campus of the University of Ken- tucky on Oct. 4, 1939. Purpose: To develop among young people who ore preparing to be teachers on organizotion in which they might receive practical experience in working together on problems of the profession, and to in- terest the best young men and women in education as a lifelong career. Members in faculty: Louise Wilson, Vernon Mus- selman, and Lyman V. Ginger Officers: John A. Wells, president; Emerson K. Fizer, vice president; Doris Willson, secretary; George Jaeger, treasurer Faculty Advisors: Frank G. Dickey Dr. Ellis F. Hartford and Dr 226 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE The College Chamber of Commerce was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1947 to promote the general welfare of the students of the College of Commerce, to sustain and promote student- faculty relationships, and to stimulate activities which foster leadership development. Faculty Advisor; Dr. Cecil C. Carpenter Officers; Frederick E. Nichols, president; C. Eugene Ward, vice president; Judy Home, secretary; Joseph L. Schoepf, treasurer Members; Dove Adams, Richard Bensinger, Bert Carlton, Ruth Combs, Christine Cook, Paul Dilling- ham, Mike Edgeworth, Josephine Edwards, Shirlev Farmer, T. N. Faulkner, Bruce Gowood, Jimmy Gloss, Martha Harmon, Betty Jo Harris, Ralph Hoefelmon, Judy Home, Paul B. Hylton, Jerry In- mon, Leonard Kernen, Bob McDoniels, Betty Mar- tin, Thomas Miles, Willis Munro, Fred Nichols, Marvin Nicholson, John Owens, Elkins Payne, Geron Rothell, Holdon Robinson, Charlotte Salis- bury, Joseph Schoepe, J. P. Simms, Robert Simmons, Dolores Slaughter, To-ti Smith, Peggy Taylor, John Walton, Betty Ward, Gene Ward, Clyde P. Watts, Louis Wholey, William H. Williams, Charles H. Wills, Glen Wills, Bill Yates Row One — Wills, Cook, Combs, Farmer, Taylor, B. Ward, Harris, Home, Slaughter, Martin, Nichols, McDaniel; Row Two — Garwood, Bensinger, Beer, Miles, Hylton, Whaley, McCowan, Wills, Schoepf. G. Ward, Rathell, Voir Three — Hoefelman, Anderson, Dillingham, Owens, Watts, Glass, Williams Simmons, Kernen, Yates, Faulkner, Glenn, Adams, Hunt 227 VETERANS CLUB Neal, Ross, Shropshire, Jones, Sakona The Veterans ' Club was founded on the campus of the University of Kentucky on November 28, 1 944. Officers: Sidney A. Neal, president; Franz E. Ross, executive vice president; Libby Wild, vice president m charge of membership; David Shropshire, vice president in charge of business; John Whisman, vice president in charge of publicity; Elliot Jones, secretary; George Sakona, treasurer Faculty Advisor: Dr. Lysle W. Croft Words emblazoned upon the masthead of the European theatre Stars and Stripes, so well keynoted the feelings of Gl ' s during the war that members of the University of Kentucky Veterans Club chose to inscribe them upon the club emblem. The ex- pression was that of the nation ' s First Veteran, George Washington. " When we assumed the role of soldier — we did not loy aside the role of citizen. " The desire end determination of veterans to reinvest themselves with the full quality of free American citizenship was implicit in the design and purpose of the veterans who organized and joined the UK Veterans Club. The club was organized at a meeting of a small group of veterans on November 28, 1944. Nine paid dues at that first meeting. By 1946, club membership had grown to more than 2500. Direct action upon urgent problems has typified club policy. Concerned especiallv with the porticu- lor and unique problems confronting the student veteran in his return to citizenship and, more broadly, with the general problems facing the citi- zen, the club enacted o positive work program. Emblem ot the Veterans Club 228 VETERANS CLUB The club, in continued housing compoigns and especially by direct canvass, has located living space for hundreds of veterans and their families. In addition, positive steps were taken by the club to assist in the solution of labor problems, material and labor shortages, and other difficulties holding up construction of barracks and other housmg fa- cilities. An employment service for student vets was set up at the club office which became a busy information center for all veterans on the campus. Lioson between veteran groups or individual vets and officials of the University and of the Veterans Administration was carried on by the club and the solution of mony personal and group problems effected. A loon service (utilizing the club ' s own funds) and lioson with the Red Cross have been included in clubwork. The POSTwarrior, the stu- dent veteran ' s own newspaper, was published and distributed free to all members. These and other activities, and corresponding accomplishments which are a matter of record, in- dicate a history of broad civic work by University of Kentucky veterans. The University of Kentucky Veterans Club hopes to be remembered for this work in the interest of the veteran who had never forgotten what it should be like to be a citizen. Sid Neal, president of the Veterans Club, discusses a problem with o veteron. Officers of the Veterans Club meet in their office at the Administration Building for informal con- ferences on policy. Pictured here ore Sid Neal, Franz Ross, Bernd Ross, Bill Champion, and John Whismon. 229 UK TROUPERS The UK Troupers were first orgonized in 1939-40, disbanned during the war, and reactivated the fall quarter, 1946-47. The Troupers were re-organized by Bernard Johnson, their present director, and sponsored by the Department of Physical Education. The group performs throughout the State to stimulate physical education in various and also to give the people of Kentucky and pros- pective students on idea as to some of the extra- curricular activities offered by the Un iversity of Kentucky. During the past season, they performed twenty-four times for various social clubs, high schools, and between halves of basketball gomes. They also made several radio appearances in preparation for rheir annual show. The types of octivities presented by the Troupers ore tumbling, clown acts, singing, dancing, comedi- ans, gymnastic apparatus, magic, and various novelty acts. At present there are fifty-two students who partici- pate in the organization. Officers: Tom Montgomery, president; Jean Stevens, vice president; Betty Jo Vaughn, secretary; Sue Crawford Members: Betty Andes, Herbert Arnold, Mary Bright, Bill Birdsall, Le Grand ' ? Barker, Raymond Bradley, Henry Camp- bell, Earl Caudill, Robert Chipley, John Chumley, Vivian Coleman, Sue Crawford, Eugene Dearlnger, Robert Duff, Roy Ford, Bocky Fouts, John Griffin, Reynolds Hedland, Ann Huddleston, Wilbur Jamerson, John Jeter, Juanita Lansdale, Robert Link, Tom Montgomery, Berry Murphy, Frederick Neuville, Douglas Osborn, Mary Louise Osborne. Charlotte Peters, Marilyn Roberts, Chester R03, Pinky Saf- fell, Douglas Schwartz, Martha Shindelbower, Marry Shin- nick, Nancy Shinnick, Arch Stanton, Lorenfz Smith, Charles Smith, Jean Stevens, Mildred Vance, Betty Jo Vaughn, Charlotte Watson, Dorothy Walthall, Joyce West, Margaret Winfough, Patty Wilkinson, Alma Lee Wilson, Lois Wilson, Richard Wohlstein, Joe Wyatt, Paul Young. Row One — N. Shinnick, Wilson, Stanton, Saffell, West, Montgomery, Crawford, Huddleston, Vaughn, Peter: Row Two- — Bradley, Birdsall, Vance, Dearinger, Barker, Wohlstein, M. Osborne, Duff, Andes, Caudill, D. Osborn, Johnson Row Three — Hedland, Walthal, Newville, Chipley, Chumley, Griffin, Jeter, Schartz, Wyatt, M. Shinnick 230 UK TROUPERS The UK Troupers, the University ' s talent organization, are well known throughout Kentucky. The Troup- ers hove performed many times in Lexington and surrounding towns. Here, the male tumblers in Troup- ers are pictured in action: from left to right, Raymond Bradley, Rey- nolds Hedland (top), John Chumley, Arch Stanton, Fred Neuville, Gene Derringer (top), Robert Chipley, Eorl Caudill, Joe Wyott, Robert Duff (top), John Jeter. Troupers novelty acts show " Mac and Moe, " a comedy team, John Griffin and Douglos Schwartz; on acrobatic dance team, Mary and Nancy Shinnick; the master of ceremonies, Dick Wohlstein; and a magician, Bill Birdsall. Troupers ore well known on the UK campus for their performances at the basketball games and for vari- ous school organizations. Pictured from left to right are the female tumblers: Mildred Vance, LeGrande Barker, and Lois Wilson (top); Charlotte Peters, Betty Jo Vaughn, ond Pat Wilkenson (bottom). 231 ALPHA PHI OMEGA Alpha Phi Omega was founded at Lafayette Col- lege, Easton, Pennsylvania, in December, 1925. Alpha Zeta Chapter was installed on the campus of the University of Kentucky on March 13, 1933. Purpose; To assemble man in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop friendship, leader- ship, and association among Scout trained men, and to promote service to the student body and faculty, to the youth of the community, to members of the fraternity, and to the nation os participating citizens. Faculty Advisors: Dr. Norman O. Long, Bart N. Peak, Dr. Harry Best, William Brown Scouting Advisors: Calvin Hell, C. G. Wheeldon Officers: Joseph Hall, president; Paul Cunningham, vice president; Frank Bassett, secretary; Joe Craig, treasurer Active Members: Frank Bassett, William Brown, Joseph Cocuzzi, Harrison Cooper, Joseph L. Craig, Paul Cunningham, Russell J. Ford, Gerald Garvey, Joseph Hall, Roy Hogg, Wilfred Lott, Robert Meod- er, Arthur Lee Myles, Sidney Neal, Thomas A. Poe, Richard Scearce, Robert Stewart, Omer Shikeleorer John C. Street, Robert Unterreiner, Stephen Cornett Pledges: Mike Edgeworth, Edward Hogg, Sith F. Nuckols, William Razor, Thomas Smith, Kyle White, William Swift Craig, Hall, Cunningham Long, Bassett, Cooper Stikeleather, Street, Lott Stewart, Meader, Garvey Myles, Ford, Nuckols Hogg, Smith, Edgeworth 232 ACCOUNTING CLUB The Accounting Club of the University of Kentucky has OS its purpose the advancement of the pro- fessional interest in accounting of its members, the promotion and stimulation of interest among the students of the College of Commerce in the field of accounting, and the education of the students to the opportunities which this profession offers. Faculty Advisor: Prof. Robert D. Haun Officers: Charles F. Acton, president; Haldon G. Robinson, vice president; H. William Lentz, secre- tary-treasurer Members: Charles F. Acton, Doug Allen, Griffin S. Anderson, Kenneth C. Back, William K. Blue, Robert L. Bowman, Kenneth B. Berry, William F. Blackburn, William Lloyd Butcher, Clifton D. Camp, Paul Dillingham, Gobert G. Glenn, Albert E. Gross, William B. Hahn, Donald M. Hall, William Wills, William C. Whittenburg E. Hartlage, Hobert A. Hartlage, Robert B, Hogon, Milton Kafoglis, Earl T. King H. William Lentz, Max E. Mallernee, E. Bryce Mann, Paul B. Moupin, Eugene F. McGlone, James E. Monach, Herschel Morris, William D. Morris, Charles M. Mullins, Joseph B. Noffsinger, Roy B. Penix, Richard B. Powell, Louis R. Ritter, Haldon G. Robinson, Frank A. Rounsley, John P. Simms, John F. Schneiter, Wilmer H. Skaggs, Daniel P. Sullivan, Michael G. William E. Tuttle, Doyle O. Walker, Warren C. Sullivan, Wilton C. Teoter, Charles C. Thomas, Row One — Powell, Ritter, Simms, Blue, Back, Hogan, Skaggs, Hall, Camp, Wills, Schneiter, Penix, Rounsley Row Two — McGlone, Maupin, W. Hartlage, W. Morris, Tuttle, Blackburn, Whittenburg, Teater, Thomas, Kafoglis, Butcher, Allen, Acton Row Three — Mullins, Hahn, Mann, Bowman, R. Hartlage, Noffsinger, Lentz, Berry, Mallernee, Glenn, M. Sullivan, H. Morns, D. Sullivan 233 BLOCK AND BRIDLE Block and Bridle was founded at Chicago, Illinois, in 1919 and installed at the University of Ken- tucky in 1923. Purpose: First, to promote a higher scholastic standing among the students of animal husbandry, second, to promote animal husbandry, especially all phases of student animal husbandry work in col- leges and universities; third, to bring a closer re- lationship among the men pursuing some phase of animal husbandry as o profession. Faculty Advisor: W. P. Gorrigus Members: Burns Baker, Thomas B r o u g h, Roy Comic, Richard Crofton,, Robert Crouch, John Den- ton, Lowell Denton, Harry Donohue, Floyd Ellis, Robert Enlow, Kenneth Flowsrs, Robert Giltner, Ambrose Givens, Carl Ho-nilton, John Hetterman, David Hotchett, Jacob Hoyden, Walter Jewell, Lebes Kichwell, Donald Laffoon, John Lebus, Frank Linton, John Lovell, Beryl McClain, Moses Orem, Bernard Perraut, Harold Rice, John Soaper, Ryburn Weakley, Gerald Bradley, Donald Brown, Dillord Bolt, Waller Cooper, Aloert Drake, Neil Farris, Abo Hammonds, Wilber Harm.on, Roy Hogg, Paul Pres- ton, Lewis McClure, John McCord, Arthur Siel- horst, Arthur Sowards, Brent Thompson Officers: David Hotchett, president; Bernard Pe.r- rout, vice president; Lowell Denton, secretary; Cor! Hamilton, treasurer; Moses Orem, marshall Hatchett, Hamilton, Orem, Denton, Enlow, Perraut, Farris, Hogg Donoho, Crafton, Flowers, Hayden, Harmon, Bolt, Lebus, Giltner Rice, McClain, Hammons, Linton, Kidwell, McCord, Cooper, Hetterm Drake, Baker, Baldwin, Camic, Seelhorst, Givens, Laffoon, Thompsoi 234 LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS The Campus League of Women Voters is affiliated with the League of Women Voters of the United States, founded in t920. it was instolled on the University of Kentucky campus in Morch, 1946. Purpose: To encourage active citizenship, and to promote intelligent discussion of current govern- mental problems among college students. Faculty Advisor: Miss Gladys Kommerer Officers: Betty Ann Shropshire, president; Char- lotte Garr, vice president; Gloria Eastburn, record- ing secretary; Nancy Shinnick, corresponding secra- tory; Lois Ann Flege, treasurer; Lucia Bland, pro gram chairman; Louise Ayres, oublicity chairman Members: Janet Anderson, Peggy Atkinson, Louise Ayres, Betty Ball, Frances Barnett, Jane Barnett, Lila Dale Bar- nett, Ann Ruby Bell, Edith Bishop, Lucia Bland, Leslie Boteler, Georgann Bovis, Nancy Bradford, Elizabeth Brown. Nancy Brewer, Dottie Brown, Julie Bradley, Martha Brad- ley, Carolyn Carson, Lois Coldiron, Louise Curry, Jo Daniel, Mary Duke, Gloria Eastburn, Pat Edwards, Jewell Deene Ellis, Peggy Elmore, Gloria Feezle, Lois Ferring, Lois Ann Flege, Gloria Garner, Charlotte Garr, Martha Gaunt, Sally Gee, Ruby Graham, Jane Guess. Barbara Haleman, Marilyn Haley, Maxine Hall, Priscilla Hancher, Sally Hancher, Irene Haney, Barbara Harris, Mary Lou Hatfield, Ann L. Hayden, Jane Hays, Nancy Dee Hearne, Betty Ann Heiss, Joan Hendricks, Ann Fay Hooks, Jane Ingels, Nancy James, Hettie Johnson, Marie Johnson, Le Ruth Jones, Joan Kavanaugh, Alice King, Mary King, Ann Kirtley, Phyllis Kloecker, Virginia Lake, Ann Eliza- beth LaRue, Carolyn Lee, Cynthia Little, Bertha Lutes, Car- la Maddox, Martha Jane Martin, Tilly McCarty, Spencer McClure, Margery Mitchell, Joann Moloney, Bettie Morgan, Marian Mulkey, Betty C. Nash, Bruce Nutting, Mary Old- ham, Alice Orrtenburger, Mary Anna Parker, Emmy Lou Patrick, Bess Peary, Gail Price, Lena Price, Karen Rams, JoAnn Rhodes, Dons Richards, Nancy Rich- ards, Joanne Rodes, Bobby Ann Rouse, Flo Sanders, Valerie Saunders, Martha Schubert, Annette Siler, Dorothy Siler, Barbara Shanklin, Nancy Shelbourne, Nancy Shinnick, Bettye Shrewsbury, Betty Ann Shropshire, Cassie Smith, Dorothy Smith, Jane Stokely, Elsie Jean Stokes, Mary Swinford, Shelley Thompson, Margaret Tweedy, Betty Jo Vaughn, Mary Wood Vaughn, Patsy Volner, Eva Walsh, Shirley Ward, Jean B, Warren, Dorritt White, Elizabeth White, Dorothy Williams, Jean Williamson, Jane Wilson, Jeanne E. Wilson, Betty J . Winezler. Judith Wood, Jane Wyatt, Julie Yager, Mary L. Young ck Shropshire, Flege, Bland, Warren, Sh Graham, Ayres, Mulkey Allen, Gardner Guess Stokes, Wihon 235 AGRONOMY CLUB Rcw One- — N. Smith, Black, Perry, R. Smith, Taylor, Flowers, Butterworth, O ' Daniel, Boggs, Dr. Phillippe Row Two- — Brown, N. Taylor, Rabe, Temple, Mackey, Hamilton, Williams, Riley, Parker, Trcutman, Brev The Agronomy Club was installed on the Univer- sity of Kentucky compus on February 15, 1940 for the purpose of acquainting " agronomy students with new developments in the fields of soils and crops; and to further acquaint students with the ogronomy research and extension staffs. " E. Flowers, James Hamilton, R. J. Mehlenbacher, John Parker, Early H. Perry, Richard Robe, Alfred Richardson, Morris Royster, Nathan R. Smith, Ivan Stewart, Norman Taylor, Richord Temple, Paul Thornton, Joseph L. Troutman, Raleigh Turner, Davis L. Walker, James Weil, Cameron Williams Faculty Advisors: Dr. Martin E. Weeks ond Dr. Poul Phillippe Officers; Robert S. Smith, president; Timothy H. Taylor,vice president; Thomas L. Riley, secretary: Carol Bruce, treasurer Members: John V. Barnett, Robert Boggs, John F. Brewer, Allan Brown, Warren C. Duncan, Kenneth 236 UNIVERSITY CHORISTERS Mildred S. Lewis, Director Leia W. Cullis, Organist Phyllis Dean, Anne English, Ann Huddleston, Mar- tha Purdy, Helen Reese, Martha Shindelbower, Roberta Spicer, Marion Stafford, Ernestine Steffe, Jo Ann Talley, Sarah Utterback, Joyce West Members — Women: Ruth Adorns, Florence Bing- ham, Mary Bright, Helen Creech, Joyce Davis, Men: Roland Anderson, Robert Borden, Howard Curry, Robert Deon, Joe Denny, Jock Feirobend, Joe Mock Kelly, Aimo Kiviniemi, Cecil McGee, Robert Pittman, William Ralph, John Veoch Rogers, Morvin Talbott, Howard Tilson, Martin Wilson, H. B. Wright Row One — Mrs. LeIa Cullis, organist; Bingham, Adams, Srafford, Purdy, Bright, P. Dean, Talle , Engli t- Huddleston, Spicer, Shindlebower, Steffe, Creech, Reese, Davis, Utterback., Mildred Lewi;, directc Row Two — Ralph, Anderson, Pitman, Kiviniemi, Talbott, Wright, Curry, R. Dean, Tilson, Gorden, McGee, Wilson, Kelly, Danny, Feierabend 237 MARCHING BAND The famous University of Kentucky marching band, an all-male organization this year for the second time since the war, was tagged with the mythical title, " Best Band In Dixie, " back in 1936 by on Atlanta sports scribe os he subtly criticized the poor showing of a visiting Wildcat football team. Throughout the years since, the descriptive title has become traditional in referring vo ■I ' he University musical aggregation. Taking the title bestowed up- on them seriously, UK bonds have clearly demon- strated their claim to it with precision marching ability and intricate formations. The 1948-49 version of the " Best Band In Dixie " numbers over 100 pieces, but performs as an 88- piece marching unit ot home sports contests and military parades. At every public appearance sports writers and radiocasters, students and the general public laud the performance of the band. Last year, the bond appeared more than 30 times in public, including a trip to the Great Lakes Bowl gome in Cleveland, which was financed by a spontaneous student- townspeople giving program. The unit annually in- vades various Southern sports capitals with Wildcat athletic teams, accompanies the Wildcat cagers to Louisville for major tilts, takes in Ihe Kentucky Derby ot Churchill Downs, and plays for the " Ken- tucky Day " celebrations at the Crosley Field home of the Cincinnati Reds major league baseball club. The University band is under the direction of Frank J. Prindl, a member of the music faculty since 1945. David Catron, Junction City, manages the band; Wilfred Lett, Owensboro, is the bond li- brarian; and Maxine Schenks, Closplint, is the sec- retary. William Jones, Glasgow, serves as drum major while Douglas Archer, Winston Salem, N. C, is the baton twirler. Miss Betty Seay, Mayfield, is sponsor of this year ' s band. Lovely Betty Seay, Kappa Alpha Theta, was chosen Band Sponsor by mem- bers of the " Best Band in Dixie. " Parading smartly before the band on Stoll Field carrying the traditional bouquet of white mums, Betty made lovely pictures. 238 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Music loving students at the University can Symphony Orchestra concert and almost bein light back( ic Carnegu Memorial Hall at a UK The University Symphony Orchestra was founded at the University of Kentucky in 1918. Its purpose is to provide University students, faculty and citi- zens of Lexington and surrounding towns on oppor- tunity to study and perform the standard orchestral literature of the great masters, a program of which music is annually presented to the Lexington com- munity. The faculty director is Dr. Edwin E. Stein Members: Perry Adams, Ellen Allen, George Bar- bier, Forrest Campbell, Mary Carolyn Carver, Charles Chinn, R. Sterling Cousins, Edward Curtis, Jerry Day, Nancy DeVine, Charles Dickerson, Ann Puth Foirchild, Stanley Fizer, George Fleishman, Charles Ford, William Fouse, Joseph Friedman, Miriam Gerber, Betty Jane Gevedon, Burdis Gideon, Edwin Good, Mary Anne Good, Mabel Gumm, Ted Holey, Theo Hatch, Richard Heironimus, FredericK Henckel, Edward Hornowski, Arch Howard, Stanley Jackson, Mila V. Kafoglis, Gordon Kinney, John Kuiper, Gerald LeMasters, Thelma Mottox, Virginia Meyer, Georgia Meyers, Billie Pattie, Warren Pfefferle, Frank Prindl, Virginia Rhode, Nanette Smith, Dudl ey South, Olin Spivey, Jack Steers, Donald Stone, Kotherine Tanner, Charlotte Taylor Allen Wetzel, Jock Whicker, Raymon Yoncy 239 WOMENS GLEE CLUB (SECTION I) Row One — M. Carver, accompanist; Reese, Waddell, Mowat, Kittinger, Crawford, Shindlebower, Tarpley, West, Connelly, Creech, Rodgers, Pardue, Johnson, Stafford, Mildred Lewis, director Row Two — Davis, Cliver, Henslee, Purdon, Hutchcraft, Shafer, Chalkas, Skidmore, Francis, Dossett, Fairchild, Gerber, Hayden Row Three — Spicer, Wright, McGinnis, Harris, Bright, Talley, Roberts, Dean, English, Huddleston, Stewart, Brady, Hert;ein, Adams, Blair Director: Mildred S. Lewis Accompanist: Mary Carolyn Carver Members: Ruth Adams, Jeanette Blair, Betty Brady, Mary Bright, Mary Carolyn Carver, Terpsy- theo Chalkas, Phylis Cliver, Reka Conley, Sue Crawford, Helen Creech, Joyce Davis, Phyllis Dean, Sue Dossett, Anne English, Anna Ruth Fairchild, Katharine Francis, Miriam Gerber, Priscillo Han- cher, Betty Jo Harris, Martha Hayden, Frances Henslee, Georgann Hertlein, Betty Holstine, Ann Huddleston, Ann Hutchcraft, Doris Johnson, Mar- tha Kittinger, Betty McGinnis, Elizabeth Mowot, Ann Pardue, Rayma Purdon, Martha Purdy, Helen Reese, Marilyn Roberts, Elizabeth Rodgers, Lois Sasser, Barbara Shafer, Martha Shindelbower, Mary Louise Skidmore, Roberta Spicer, Marion Stafford, Barbara Stewart, Jo Ann Talley, Martha Tarpley, Glenna Waddell, Joyce West, Margare Wright 240 WOMEN ' S GLEE CLUB (SECTION II) o on o o A, . i Anon Rov One — Slier, Steffe, Snicck, Webb, Vflrney, Barnett, iTiith, Murr?y, Kyle. Young, B. RowUnd, E. Rowland, Stevens, Siler, Stnink, Mildred Lewis director 9o Two — Walston, Anderson, Taylor, Johnson, Gorbandf, Lindsey, Akers, Routt, McNamee, Watkins, Cook Ttiomas, Combs, Allen, Smart, Sumpter Three — Jessee, Kilgus, Bolton, Yager, Ingels, Erickecn, Cutler, Forman, Moore, Wheeldon, Mobley, Holstii Row Four — Martin, M. Pardu Wagner, Andes, Short, Haley, Wil McCaw, Bishop Director: Mildred S. Lewis Accompanist: Annette Siler Members: Shirlee Akers, Ellen Allen, Janet Ander- son, Betty Andes, Jane Barnett, Gloria Barret, Mary Jo Bishop, Jean Bolton, Nancy Bowles, Dorothy Combs, Katharine Cook, Leto Cooper, Mary Anne Crum, Morjorie Cutler, Marjorie Dover, Mary Pot- ter Errickson, Hazel Forman, Mildred Gorbandt, Rose Mary Holey, Nannie Ingles, Anno Mae Jesse, Margaret Johnson, Marilyn Kilgus, Helena Kyle, Sarah Jean Lindsay, Joan Martin, Mary Frances McCaw, Juonita McNamee, Arden Milam, Al- berta Mobley, Ann Moore, Virginia Murray, Mary Pardue, Martha Routt, Betty Jean Rowland, Eliza Rowland, Helen Short, Annette Siler, Bernice Smart, Hazel Jo Smith, Mary Agnes Smith, Morion Somers, Ernestine Steffe, Juonita Stevens, Betty Strunk, Wilma Sumpter, Mary Taylor, Sara Bennett Thomas, Anno Lois Vorney, Frances Waggene. ' , Harriet Wolston, Dorothy Watkins, Jane Webb, Marilyn Wheeldon, Dorothy Wilson, Jean Yeager, Louro Jane Young 241 MEN ' S GLEE CLUB ill iina, W- Siria, Magg Pitfman, Gordon, A Row Two — Curtiss, McKinney, McGee, Kaufn R, Wilson, Whicker, Hancock, Patte Wilson, Holland, Barstow Ford, Tarter, Kidwell, Hendri ;, Johnson, Stites, Cassell At piano; Feierabend W. Grubbs, V. Miller, Zappan Goodvkoontz, Denny, Three — Campbell, sole, Lowry, Matthews, Ha Bullis, Pardue, E. The University of Kentucky Men ' s Glee Club was founded in 1918. Purpose: To foster and promote good singing and high standards of music for the university students and the community. Director: Aimo Kiviniemi Officers: Ted Haley, president; Joe Denny, vice president; Jock Feierabend, secretary-treasurer. Members: Abram Allen, William Allen, Ronald Anderson, Eugene Arkle, James Atkins, Donald Aultman, John Bar- stow, John Biggerstaff, Weston Bergman, Warren Bullis, Tom Cassell, Frank Cassidy, Joseph Campbell, Earl Caudill, John Clark, Jack Colley, Bruce Cotton, Dewey Cummins, Howard Curry, Emery Curtis, Claude Davis, Robert Deen, Joseph Denny, Charles Druitt, Morley Dunn, Eugene Escan- don, James Eversole, Robert Featherstone, Jack Feierabend, Davis 5. Fields, James Ford, Gerald Garvey, James Garwood, Charles Goodin, George Goodykoontz, Donald Graham, Eu- gene Graham, Thomas Graham, William Gordon, Charles Greenfield, Robert Gregory, William Gregory, Joe Grimes, William Grote, William Grubbs, Kenneth Hale, Ted Haley, John Hancock, Ben Hayden, James Hendrix, David Hol- land, Stanley Jackson, Thomas Johnson, Robert Johnston, Lebus Kidwell, Robert Kaufman, Thomas Lawson, Ramon Lowey, Charles McClure, Lawas McClure, Cecil McGee, William McKenny, Denvil Maggard, Randel Martin, Charles Matthews, Vernon Miller, John Morrow, James Nelson, Thomas Pardue, Thomas Patterson, Robert Pitman, Fabban Quinzio, William Ralph, Robert Rogers, Joe Ross, Gilbert Siria, Wallace Siria, William Sither, Gene Stewart, Robert Stewart, James Stites, Stanley Tarter, Ellis Taylor, George Tuggle, John Tully, William Valentine, Richard Walker, Allen Wilson, Martin Wilson, Robert Wilson, McFarland Wood. 242 ENGINEERING STUDENT COUNCIL Haley, Bell, Bronston, Lew The Engineering Student Council was founded at the University of Kentucky in 1946. Purpose: To promote cooperation between the en- gineering students and the faculty, the various de- partments of the College of Engineering and to forward to the faculty those opinions of the engi- neering students which it deems worthy of consid- eration. Officers: Willis F. Lewis, chairman; Othniel Alsop, vice chairman; James W. Woody, secretary Members; Jack R. Bell, Williom H. Bronston, Ted Haley, Eugene D. Kozak, Wesley G. Witt 243 INTERFAITH COUNCIL Row One — Teichert, Strunk, Henry, Wills, Marcus, Eubank, Moody Row Two — Peak, Mrs. Widmer, Graham, Cooper, Turner, Barnett, Ferring Row Three ■ — Vinson, Bell, Widmer, Rouse, Goodwin, Schneiter, Evans Row Four — Wilson, Neal, McLean, Kramer, Weaver, Grosser, Sunley, Taylc The Interfaith Council was installed at the Univer- sity of Kentucky In 1929. Purpose: To help strengthen the individual groups, to coordinate their activities, ond to promote co- operative interfaith activities. Officers: Allen Wills, president; Virginia Henry, vice president; Betty Strunk, secretary; Roy Teich- ert, treasurer. Baptist; Gradon Bell, Betty Strunk, Don Yohe, Cen- tral Christian; Trip Moody, Edwin Taylor, Rev. E. L. Baxter, Christ Episcopal Church; Roy Teichert, John Schneiter, Dr. P. L. Mellenbruch, Faith Lutheran; Harry Reuse, Robert Smith, Rev. F. W. Widmer, Maxwell Street Persbytericn; Jean Hemlepp, Allen Wills, Rev. C. D. Goodwin, First Methodist; Michael Clare, Betty Sunley, Father Elmer Grosser, Newman Club; Carlos Scott, Robert Weav er, Bart Peak, YMCA; Lois Ferring, Virginia Henry, Margaret Wilson, YWCA. Advisor: Father Elmer Grosser Members: Joe Kramer, Dolores Shoikun, Rabbi Sidney Ballon, Adath Isreol; Robert Neal, Allen Wil- son, Rev. Ralph McLean, Broadway Christian; Betty Turner, Tom Vinson, Rev. Herbert Zachery, Calvary 244 PITKIN CLUB The Pitkin Club was founded at Shadyside Church, Pittsburgh, Penn., in 1913. It was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1925. Purpose: To promote friendship, fellowship, ond religious growth. Faculty Advisors: Mrs. Carolyn King, Mr. Bart Peck, and Miss Margaret Wilson. Officers: Don H. Robinson, president; Betty Lee Spragens, vice president; Betty Compton, secretary; Bob McCowan and Howard Morgan, treasurers. Members: Ellen Allen, Kotherine Bornett, Lynn Bridgewater, Helen Coleman, Tom Collins, Betty Compton, Peggy Compton, Harry Cooper, Mildred Cooper, Dick Crafton, Marjorie Cutler, Jo Daugh- erey. Gene Deskins, Dorothy Doyle, James Durham, Patricia Evans, Evelyn Ewing, Lois Ferring, Jack Ferris, Caroline Freeman, Charlotte Garr, London Garret, Tom Givhan, Virginia Henry, David Hol- land, Pftjfessor Jack Irvin, Betty Jones, Frank Jones, Carolyn King, Gerry Leet, Joy Lewis, Owen Lewis, Shep Lowman, Virginia Lipscomb, Robert McCowan, Mary Elizabeth McRoberts, Joe Ed Moinous, Nell Martin, Howard Moyhew, Robert Meodor, Betty Meers, Roy Meyer, Virginia Min- shall, Wynn Mosely, Louise Rhoads, Don Robinson, Horry Rouse, Rusty Russell, John Schnieder, Lee Ann Scott, Robert Smith, Catherine Snowden, Betty Lee Spragens, William Spragens, Betty Strunk, Edwin Taylor, Ellis Taylor, Juanito Violette, Bertha Ward, Robert Weaver, Mitzi Wilson, Betty Winze- ler, Charles Wise, Charles Woodward, tieonor Yates, Charles Yeary. Row One — Irvin, Betty Spragens, B. Compton, Robinson Row Two — Ewing, Scott, Allen, Cutler, Yates, Ferring, Schneider, Collins, Weaver, Ellis, Taylor, Meador, Holland, Russell Row Three — Daugherty, Rhoads, Freeman, Violette, M. Cooper, Minshall, Bill Spragens, Ward, Wilson, Wise, Edwin Taylor, Mainous Fow Four — Garr, Winzeler, Bridgewater, Leet, Evans, B. Jones, Martin, Lipscomb, McRoberts, Ferris, H. Cooper, Lowman, Yeary, Moseley Row Five — Meyer, Coleman, Garrett, Snowden, Meers, Barnett, Doyle, Strunk, Smith, 0. Lewis, Mayhew, J. Lewis, King Row Six — P. Compton, F. Jones, Henry, Durham, Crafton, Deskins, Rouse, Durham, Woodward, Givhan, McCowan 245 STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION Officers of fhe Student Bar Associa- , ion pose on the steps of Lafferty Hall, or fhe Law Building as it is known to laymen. Left to right are Chenault, Smith, Yessin, and Clare. The Student Bar Association is an organization for Law School students whose purpose is to promote the high standards of the Law School and promote fellowship among the students of the Law School. Dean Elvis Stahr and the Law School faculty act as odvisors. Officers: James C. Chenault, president; Michael Clare, vice president; Elizabeth Smith, secretory; Rudy Yessin, treasurer 246 STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION v» ' . " ,.■ ' . ' ■:, - ' " -i:-;; ■ ■ : " - »!Bn»p ;.??i ?» ti- m. ■ — _ ■ , ' - S ,» ' M.- wm — iJ-JpF " - R m w% wM iCV T Ii t ls i mi-v» ir u p . 3 i ' ir.?l5i?!l5»W .a rim lifi rsSir MH j| ' 1 ' ij ii alPft :m K.|» f in mm 1 1 :Wi..f| ' J| km i mr m U i. ■ sM , ■,. ■ - ' -ill, y - .. . Taking a breather between long hours photographer a pleasant diversion. the Law Libr, of the Student Bar Associi THIRD YEAR MEMBERS William C. Allen, William Embry Al lender, Robert Hance Allphin, Marius L, Anderson, George Edwin Barker, Walde- mar Dwight Bratcher, Daniel Nathan Brock, John B. Browning, Theodore Caddell, Stanley Carter, George Mack- lin Caflett, James Stouffer Chenault, Theodore Wilford Clark, Henry Clay Ccldiron, James Patrick Conley, John Roache Cook, Jr., Frank Fowler Davis, Milford Donan Es- till, Patricia Evans, Kelsey E. Friend, John T. Garrett, Bradford T. Garrison, Porter Henderson Gilbert, John Rich- ard Gillespie, Henry M. Griffin William Clifton Hamilton, Jr., Darrell Basham Hancock, Tom Davis Harris, George William Hatfield, Jr., Paul Eu- gene Hayes, Charles W. Huddleston, Melvin Earl Huddles- ton, Edward Jackson, Edward Huggins Johnstone, Garnett Hood Jones, Robert D. Jones, John LeRoy Keller, Sam F. Kibbey, William C. Kibbey, Ottis P. Lanter, James M. Las- siter, Paul Marion Lewis, Calvert Cleon Little, Marion Stuart Mahurin, Howard Mann, Jack Francis Mattingly, Joseph Henry McKinley, Henry Meigs II, Everett H. Met- calf, Jr., Marne Quentine Miller, Joseph Montgomery, Ed- ward Murphy, Jr., John Jerald O ' Hara, Robert Edward Park, Dwight Lyman Pendleton, Marvin Coleman Prince, John Tandy Pryor, Homer W. Ramsey, Hartwell Duvall Reed, Jr., Norris W. Reigler, James Madison Richardson, Harold James Rucker, Thomas B. Satterwhite, Forest Smith, Rich- ard Stivers Smith, Robert William Smith, William Ford Threlkeld, Robert Joe Turley, Jr., James Arnold Tyler, Raymond Richey Vincent, Ralph Nickell Walter, Robert Sanders Wellman, Joe Stewart Wheeler, Jr., Rudy Yessin. All other students in the College of Law The Student Bar Association. members of 247 WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CHARLENE ORR President The Women ' s Athletic Association was installed at the Univer- sity of Kentucky in 1922 to further the athletic interests and acivities of the women of the University of Kentucky. Faculty Advisor: Miss Cleo Popatsos Officers: Charlene Orr, president; Henrietta Avent, vice presi- dent; Leah Calhoun, secretary; Julio Conway, treosurer Council Members: Mabelann Clark, Helen Bowman, Betsy Tandy, Ida Wellsood, Martha Durham, Pat Lusk, Jean Stevens, Betty Wiley, Charlotte Taylor, Ruth Halverson, Mildred Scheer, Henrietta Avent, Leah Calhoun, Julie Conway, Charlene Orr Members: Sarah Acree, Joan Adams, Wilma Ard, Henrietta Avent, Margaret Boiler, Helen Bowman, Nancy Brewer, Bettie Bryant, Shirley Ann Bryant, Clarabell Burkhart, Blanche Row One — Wilson, Jackson, Doyle, Honaker, Bowman, Forcade, Snyder, Schwers, C. Taylor, Lusk, Lewis, Spalding, Riddlehoover, Orr, D. Taylor, Avent Row Two — Moran, Ard, Tomlin, Potter, Hooke, Carson, Halvorsen, Lorch, Rice, Doebener, Fisher, West, Webb, Thornton, Calhoun Row Three — Ritz, Crum, Tandy, Simpson, Durham, Nutting, Murphy, Clark, Siler, Littleton, Hertlein, Noe, Bilancio, Conway 248 WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Softball is one of the many sports engaged in by members of the Wo- men ' s Athletic Associotion. Here, Romona Newman, Kitty Richard- son, Julia Conway, and Dorothy Honaker moke with some fast play. Step down Dotty . . . you struck out! Basketball is popular with WAA president Charlene Orr . . . while Helen Bowman seems to like bad- minton. Vivian Coleman, Lorraine lllaria, Lois Wilson, and Doris Coleman are completely absorbed in a game of field hockey . . . but not so absorbed that they forgot their shin guords to protect those lovely legs. Butler, Betty Button, Leah Calhoun, Navell Callis, Pauline Campbell, Carolyn Carson, Mableann Clark, Doris Coleman, Vivian Coleman, Jul ' a Conway, M. J. Conway, Mary Ann Crum, Polly Day, Margie Dover, Mar- tha Durham, Audrey Fisher, Lois Flynn. Jean Hale, Virginia Ann Hall, Ruth Halverson, Betty Harrison, B e f t v Heiss, George Hertlein, Helen Helts- ley, Dorothy Honaker, Faye Hooks, Betty J. Jackson, Frances Jernigan, Anita Kayse, Elma Kirkpatrick, Susan Kling, Phyllis Kloecker, Helen Kor- fhage, Mary Ann Lamb, Virginia Lewis, Janet Lloyd, Eloise Lorch, Par Lusk, Joan McClure, Mary McKinley, Billie M. Moore, Ann Morgan, Ann Murphy, Beverly Newdecker, Mary Nutting, Charlene Orr, Judy Pannell, Mary Plue, Ella Rena Potter, Mary Ellen Price. Helen L. Rice, Dorothy Richardson, Kitty Richardson, Peggy Riddlehoov- er, Marilyn Ritz, Harriette Russell, Dorothy Sanford, Mitzi Scheer. Louise Schwers, Barbara Shanklin, Annette Siler, Mary Simpson, Mary Snyder, Harriette Spalding, Jean Stevens, Martha Ann Stout, Char- lotte Taylor, Dorothy Taylor, Grace Thornton, Joyce Tomlin, Dotty Walt- hall, Jane Webb, Ida Wellwood, Eula Lee West, Betty White, Frances Whitton, Betty Wiley, Margaret Wil- son, Joyce Young 249 WBKY-UK RADIO STUDIOS Members in Faculty: E. G. Sulzer, Head of Depart- ment of Radio; Lolo Robinson, Program Superv isor Officers: Lolo Robinson, Program Supervisor; Lewis Sowin, program director; Jaci Eversole, head an- nouncer; W. D. Huddleston, sports director Announcers: Roy Amidon, Douglas Brown, William Clark, Clem Cockrell, Bill Hall, Kent Hollingsworth, Harvey Johnston, Denvil Maggard, Tom Martin, C. A. McClain, Randy Powell, Rusty Russell, Stan- ley Schill, Anita Steele Talent: Jock Feirabend, Jo Anne Finnie, Martha Faye Kittinger, Joe Knight, Barbara Stewart Engineers: Hugh Bossett, John Beatty, Bill English, William Farmer, Ronald Walker, Doug Wallingford, William Wyott Students have an opportunity to participate in dramatic productions presented over WBKY. Some of these plays are also broadcast over local AM stations. Announcer Jock Eversole and actors Lucas Floyd and Margaret Lorkin rehearse A i r I a n e Theater. The engineer is Robert Walker. Experience in sportscasting is available to sports- minded students. Randy Powell, D. Huddleston, and Kent Hollingsworth describe the half-time oc- tivities at a Kentucky football game on Stoll Field. All phases of studio operations ore learned by in- terested students. Engineers Hugh Bossett and Bill English watch the controls as Douglas Brown an- nounces. 250 QJynLiy J-4y ntucA AND HER PUBLICATIONS UK students are well-informed about campus affairs through excellent " home-grown " publi- cations. Much of this credit can be given to training in Ken- tucky ' s Department of Journal- ism, one of the 34 " Class A " journalism schools in the nation. Who will ever forget Gineen Pearl McFish ' s riotous letters in the KerneP Or posing for the Kentuckian photographer? Or a walk through McVey Hall sub-basement where chaos reigns with perfect ease? Through all this, the Board of Student Publications calmly rules policy, naming editors annually for all except publications of specific colleges, such as Law and Engineering. BOARD OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS members meet informally to discuss newsroom problems ond policies. In usual order are Rusty Russell, SGA representative; Dr. Neil Plummer, head of the journalism department; Helen Deiss, KERNEL editor; Frank D. Peterson, University comp- troller; and Charles Wholey, editor of the KENTUCKIAN. THE KENTUCKIAN Charles Whaley Editor Nancy Bird Business Manager Charles Patrick Managing Editor Lois Ann Flege Assistant Managing Editor Karl Christ, Anne Pardue, Mary Shinnick, Monte R. Tussey Associate Editors Kent Hollingsworth Sports Editor Dudley Saunders Assistant Sports Editor Jeanne Wilson Assistant Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF Jack Barrowmon Claire Hicks Eleanor Birk Elaine Kirkpotrick Ray Brown Cary Lawson Roberta Clarick Martha Martin Yolande Coulter Herbert A. Moore Eulo Curtis Opal Owen Joyce Crutchfield Emily Parker Polly Day Morjorie Ann Richey Beatrice Freedman Conrad Steiner Solly Hancher Barbara Sue Warren Eloise Helton Jane Webb Joe Hibbs BUSINESS STAFF Lloyd Chilton Andy Moots Joan Daniels Polly Mulkey Bill Eaton Mary Pardue Peggy Hughes Tom Spain Bill Mackabee CHARLES WHALEY Editor NANCY BIRD Business Manager Tireless work by assistant editors Shinnick, Pardue, Christ, and Tus- sey, enabled the Kentuckian to go to press on time . . . for a change. Business staff assistants Eaton, Wil- son, and Chilton helped Bird keep all the nickels and dimes together. CHARLES PATRICK Managing Editor LOIS ANN FLEGE Ass ' t Managing Editor 252 THE KENTUCKIAN The KENTUCKIAN with this edition gets bock on the rood to recovery. For the past two years the book has been published lote becouse of deloys on the port of the staff and the printers. This, the 1949 KENTUCKIAN, is the largest in the 49-year history of the book. We hope that it has that extro touch that makes it more than " just a bunch of names ond pictures. " Our staff has work- ed hard this year for just one thing — your opprov- CHARLES WHALEY Editor Staff members Birit, Freedman, Brown, Coulter, Richey, and Hanciner spent long hours typing copy, filing cards and pictures, and doing all the other menial ijLks associated with getting out a yearbook. HollJngsworth, Richey, Tussey, Shinntck, Christ, Wilson, Moore, Pardue Eaton, Lawson, Spain, Day, Birk, Hancher, Chilton, Mulkey Freedman, Owen, Saunders, Hicks, Warren, Steiner, Coulter, Brown Barrowman, Martin, Webb, Parker, Hughes, Hibbs, Clarick, Crutchfield 253 THE KENTUCKY KERNEL Editor Helen Deiss Managing Editors Horry Green, Ben Reeves News Editor Sue Warren Sports Editor Tom Diskin Business Manager Allen Terhune Advertising Manager Frank Cassidy Members of the staff ore Rubye Graham, society editor; Jerry Finch, feature editor; Herbert A. Moore, cartoonist; Joan Cook, Monte R. Tussey, and John Robert Cox, associate managing editors; Nell Blair, news desk; Kent Hollingsworth and Dudley Saunders, associate sports editors; Wilfred Lott, Charles Breckel, and Joan Cook, advertising solicitors; Rusty Russell, proofreader; Mary Bert McKenno, circulotion; and these reporters: Jobie Anderson, Roberta Clorick, Temple Cole, Joanne Davis, Earl Conn, Yolonde Coulter, Beo Freedman, Nancy Goskin, Francis Hellard, Rosemary Hilling, Leonard Kernen, Marilyn Kilgus, Henry Moloney, Bill Mansfield, Melvin Mitchell, Dorothy Neol, Bruce Owens, Bib Smith, Otis Perkins, Ed Tockett, Ann Tracy, Borbora Ann Warren, Jane Webb, Tom Wilborn, Kenny Wood. HELEN DEISS Editor ALLEN TERHUNE Business Manager The Kernel newsroom on ony Tuesdoy afternoon is nothing less than a madhouse . . . even though these loyal workers have succeeded in looking rather calm. Editor Deiss with Green and Terhune give the boys in the composing room o hard time with the Kernel. HARRY GREEN Managing Editor SUE WARREN News Editor 254 THE KENTUCKY KERNEL Student newspapers at the University of Kentucky date back to about 1 890,, but the first issue of the Kernel did not appear until 1915. From the first second-hand press bought by the Kernel, the plant has grown until it is now worth over $150,000. The Kernel combines two purposes, that of a lab- oratory for journalism students, and that of a student newspaper which attempts to voice student opinion, give as complete as possible a coverage to campus news, and entertain students with features, letters, columns, and the like. The Kernel averages eight pages on issue, some- times more and sometimes less. It is printed every week the year around, except for holidays and some examination periods. I t s circulation, around 10,000, mokes it the largest weekly in Kentucky. Diskin, Blair, Reeves Cook, Lott, Graham Saunders, McKenna, Russell Cassidv, Coulter. Cox Moore, WarreJi, Finch Hollingsworth, Christ, Perkin ' Tussey, Spillman, Wilborn 255 THE KENTUCKY ENGINEER WILLIAM C. MARTIN Editor William C. Martin, Editor; G. C. Ethington, Associate Editor; Bob Wharton (C.E.), Robert Buckner (E.E.), Thomas Prother (M.E.), S. G. Wholan (M. M.E.), Assistant Editors; Doyle Baker, Feature Editor; O. T. Smith, Jr., Business Manager; Jack Bell, Circulation Manager; Charles R. Ham, Advertising Manager; Fred C. Curtis, Photoghoper; John M. Keller, Jr., Barbara Beam, Glen E. Hatfield, Bridgit Maynohon, Edward L. Harper, Robert C. Brummet, Bob Summers, Victor Borbier, David Parry, Joseph A. Owens, Mary Plue, Jim Clayton, Paul Wright, Staff Assistants Wharton, Brummett, Summers, Bell, Wright, Smith, Prather Clayton, Ham, Barbier, Parry, Owens, Baker Curtis, Ethington, Plue, Cheek 256 KENTUCKY LAW JOURNAL The Kentucky Law Journal was estoblished on the University campus in 1913 to develop skillful research among the students and to encourage writing in the legal field. It fosters growth in the law by publishing articles written by prominent men upon subjects pertaining to the law, and increases the prestige of the Law College through the circulation of scholarly material among legal practicioneers. Officers: Roy Morelond, Faculty Editor; John R. Gillespie, Stu- dent Editor; James M. Lossiter, George W. Hatfield, Managing Editors Members: John Jerald Johnston, Norris W. Reigler, William . Threlkeld, Fred H, Dougherty, Clarence Creech, Charles M. Larkin, Delbert L. McLaughlin, Clavert C. Little, Marne Q. Miller, Robert E. Park, Singleton A. Cagle VVneels ot the Law Journal staff confer on the steps of Lafferty Hall. " Spokes, " read- ing from left to right are Lassiter and Hat- field, managing editors, and Gillespie, editor Row One — Park, Johnston, Daugherty, Hatfield, Little, Gillespie Row Two- — Prof. Moreland, Reigler, Larkin, Threlkeld, Creach, Lassiter 257 THE ' K ' BOOK The " K " Book has a tradition that dates back be- yond most compus organizations. The first official record of the publication is in " The Idea, " prede- cessor of the Kentucky Kernel, dated September I 2, 1912, which states, " A very valuable handbook bound in leather has been prepared and will be ready for distribution by the end of the week. It combines much information that will be of great value to both old and new students. " Editors of the ' 48- ' 49 " K " Book were: HELEN DEISS, Women ' s editor FRED NICHOLS, men ' s editor RAY FULTON, business manager RUBYE GRAHAM, assistant women ' s editor JAMESON JONES, assistant men ' s editor Advisor: Bart N. Peak the back. As long as the book was published in the pocket size, the diary pages were included. During the First World War the publication was discon- tinued, but It was resumed again in 1921 and continued as a pocket size, leather-bound edition until 1935, when the size was changed to the 4V ' 2 by 6 inch desk :,ize now From 1912 to 1933 the book was published by the Univer- sity YMCA. From 1922 to 1947 it was published jointly by the YMCA and YWCA, and in 1947 it was decided the book would be more eftecfive it it included material that was being published by other organizations. The YMCA and YWCA agreed to join with the Student Gov- ernment Association, House Presidents Council, Student Union Board, Panhellenic Council, and Intertraternity Council to publish an all-inclusive book tor the benefit of freshmen and new students. The first edition was called " The Key, " but the 1948-49 edition went back -.o " The K Book, " the name which the book had had since 1921 when it was revived following the First World War. One of the old traditions of the University, the " K " Book should continue its services to the student generations of the future. The first issues were known as the Freshman Handbook ana the book was published annually until 1917. The 1914 edition was edited by Owen S. Lee, Lexington attorney, and had the following features: folder of oil paper for stamps, directions for registration, university telephone di- rectory, spirtual thermometer, list of " K " men, class colors. Walks and pikes around the city, and pages for a dairy in Helen Deiss, women ' s editor, and Rubye Graham, her assistant, hash out plans for the K-Book with Fred Nichols, men ' s editor, and Ray Fulton, business manager. 258 ' ynZdy J - tucA AND HER MILITARY R.OT.C. cadets at Kentucky are among the best in the country. Year after year inspection by government officials bears this out. All freshmen, except veterans and those physically disqualified, wear the colors of UK ' s military department for two years. On completion of the basic course, they may go on to take advanced training if they so desire and are qualified. And even the freshmen say they don ' t mind getting up at 6:30 a.m. sometimes to raise the flag before classes. Field days and downtown parades of UK ' s military strength are stand-outs. MILITARY DEPARTMENT The ROTC Rifle Team competes in some 30 matches throughout the year. These matches are not conducted by actually meeting the other teams but are shot in each team ' s respective range and the scores exchanged. Last year (1947-48 school year) the ROTC Rifle Team was Number One in the Nation. Faculty Advisors: Major J. P. Parker, M Sgt. E. O. Kinker, M Sgt. E. B. Raber. MILITARY DEPARTMENT STAFF Row One — Lt. Col. R. H. McAteer, Lf. Col. L. B. Babcock, Col. G. T. McKenzie, Major D. W. Glenn, Maior J. P. Parker Row Two — Capt. L. E. Spears, Ma|or R. G. Teborek, Maior E. L. Kiser, 1st Lt. J. E. Pullen, M Sgt. W. A. Tompkins Row Three — 5 Sgt. J. Ott, T Sgt. O. E. Day, T Sgt. C. E. Drennen, M Sgt. E. O. Kinker, M Sgt. J. C. Durr Row Four — SFC D. M. Cantrell, M Sgt. E. B. Rabor, M Sgt. H. C. Bloom, Sgt. M. B. Schenck Members: David Bentley, Dewey Brown, Ralph A. Burgin, James Con- nor, Ernest Cooper, Thomas Deen, Carl J. Eversole, Kenneth Pagan, Wil- liam B. Gaines, Thomas Horstern, Bert Jody, Delbert Robinson, Donald Stan- fill, Robert W. Teoter, Charles Tucker, Daniel Tuttle, Edwin Walters, Samuel E. Welch, William Welch, Arthur P. Whipple REGIMENTAL HEADQUARTERS Row One — Cadet Col. Walton, Regi- mental Commander, Cadet Lt. Col. Riddle. Regimental Executive; Ca- det Capt. Williams, Regimental Ad- jutant Row Two — Cadet Capt. Mitchell, Cadet Capt. Perkins, Cadet Capt. King, Row Three- — Cadet 1st Lt. Johnson RIFLE TEAM Row One- — Cooper, Brown, Walters Row Two- — Teater, Deen, Tucker Row Three — Connor, Gaines, Simmons Row Four- — Welch, Jody, Fagan 260 MILITARY DEPARTMENT The Military Department of the University recom- mended nine men for commissions in the Regular Army and Air Force during the 1948-49 school year. These men were selected from the ROTC stu- dents who completed both the Advance Course ROTC and graduoted from the University in June, 1949. In addition to these nine men, several others were designated Distinguished Military Stu- dents who, upon successful completion of the Uni- versity work and the receipt of their degrees, could opply for a Regulor Army or Air Force Commission. Militory Departmental Staff: Colonel G. T, Mac kenzie, Lt. Colonel L. B. Babcock, Lt. Colonel R. H McAteer, Major D. W. Glenn, Major J. P. Parker Major R. G. Teborek, Major E. L. Kiser, Capt. L. E Spears Capt. F. G. Ashby, 1st Lt. J. A. Pullen M Sgt. W. A. Tompkins, M Sgt. E. O. Kinker M Sgt. J. C. Durr, M Sgt. E. B. Raber, M Sgt. H. C Bloom, M Sgt. A. W. Segerquist, M Sgt. B. N. Hol- combe, T Sgt. O. E. Day, SFC D. M. Contrell, Sgt. C. E. Doering, Sgt. M. 8. Schenck, Sgt. B. L. Gray, S Sgt. J. W. Ott FIRST BATTALION HEADQUARTERS Row One — Cadet Lt. Col. Whites, Battalion Commander; Cadet Major Fields, Battalion Executive; Cadet 1st Lt. Guthrie, Battalion Adjutant Row Two — Cadet Ist Lt. Locke, Cadet 1st Lt. Becl , Cadet Ist Lt. Neal Row Three — Cadet 1st Lt. Waller, Battalion Athletic Officer SECOND BATTALION HEADQUARTERS Row One — Cadet Lt. Col. Holland, Battalion Commander; Cadet Major HalK Battalion Executive; Cadet Ist Lt. Young, Battalion Ad)utant Row Two — Cadet 1st Lt. Hail, Cadet Ist Lt. Gash, Cadet 1st Lt. Odiivak Row Three — Cadet 1st Lt. Gilkie, Cadet 1st. Lt. Smith, Battalion Athletic Officer THIRD BATTALION HEADQUARTERS Row One — Cadet Lt. Col. Ethington, Battalion Commander Cadet Major Prewitt, Battalion Executive; Cadet 1st Lt. Eads, Battalion Ad- jutant Row Two — Cadet 1st Lt. Greene, Cadet 1st Lt. Huet, Cadet 1st Lt. Gilroy 261 AND HER GREEKS " Party, party " is our motto — That s, of course, after studying, Despite what Col. Wilson soys. We emphasize brotherly love And wear our pins with pride. It ' s great to be a UK Greek. ALPHA DELTA PI The Alpha Delta Pi social calendar got un- der way with c tea donee in November at the Lafayette Hotel. In December the ADPi ' s had a joint party with Pi Kappa Al- pha fraternity at the Castlewood Barn. The annual Valentine Dance was held in Febru- ary at the Phoenix Hotel. Events were wound up in May with the Founders Day Banquet at the Phoenix, and the pledge-active picnic. Honors for Alpha Delta Pi included Jeanne Asbury, member of Mortar Board and Phi Beta Kappa. Jeanne was also listed in " Who ' s Who Among Greeks. " Joyce Burke was a member of Kappa Delta Pi and Phi Sigma Iota, French honorary. ADPi mem- bers in Cwens were Sue Dosset and Rachel Johnson, Martha Kittinger represented Al- pha Delta Pi in Phi Beta, women ' s honorary music fraternity. Joan Cook was a Kernel staff member. In the field of sports, the ADPi ' s were run- ners up in the Softball intramurals and the second bowling division, and won the tennis doubles tournament. Claire Hicks served as a member of SGA this year. Officers of campus organizations included: Mary Frances Gleason, secretary of clique; Suzanne Hannahs, secretary of Panhellenic Council; and Betty White, vice president of House Presidents Council. Three ADPis were selected as ROTC spon- sors this year. They are Betty Lyon, Mitzi Wilson, and Marilyn Hollingsworth. Members: Jeanne Asbury, Betty Bryan, Joyce Burke, Joan Cook, Helen Cunningham, Sue Dos- sett, Suzanne Futch, Mary Frances Gleason, Peggy Gleason, Suzanne Hannahs, Jeanne Heibner, Jean Hemlepp, Claire Hicks, Betty Jayne Jackson, Rachel Johnson, Frances Jones, Martha Faye Kittenger, Joan Lindstrom, Betty Jean Lyon, Jo Ann Marsh, Dorothy Miller, Mary Montague, Betty Northcutt, Glendora Northcutt, Kitty P. Richardson, Betty White, Ruth Soyre, Suzanne Seese, Marian Wright, Mitzi Wilson, Mary Brooks Williams. Pledges: Joan Adan Bal cr, Inez Black, Beatrice Block, Pat Campbell, Jean Craft, Bette Finley, Jacqueline Frost, Sally Gee, Margaret Goehnng, Marilyn Hollingsworth, Frances Jackson, Lois Johnson, Patri- cia Lawson, Ann Fine, Dianne McKaig, Beverly Middendorf, Arden Milam, Elinor Murphy, Ann Murphy, Mary Newman, Mary Osborne, Mariane Poer, Barbara Smith, Barbara Lee Stewart, Marian Stone, Sarah Talbot, Dorothy Walthall, Mary Jo West, Ruth Whaley, Marilyn Wheeldon, Dorothy Wilson, Margaret L. Wilson, Anne Woods. Alpha Delta Pi was founded at Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, in 1851. Beta Psi, one of 71 national chapters was installed at the University of Kentucky, December 7, 1941. Blue and white are the sorority colors; the flower is the violet. Officers are Jeanne Asbury, president; Jeanne Heibner, vice president; Jean Hemlepp, secretary; Ruth Sayre, treasurer. 264 ALPHA DELTA PI Burke, Hemlepp, Sayre, Heibner, Asbury, Fufch, White, Mifzi, Wilson Compton, Kittinger, Seese, Marsh. Johnson, Hannahs, B. Jackson, Lyon Bryan, Hicks, Cook, M- Gleason, G. Northcutt, Cunningham, Montague, P. Gleaso Black, Finley, Fine, Stewart, Goehring, Adams, F. Jackson, A. Murphy Milam, Hollingsworth, Williams, Smith, McKaig, Woods, Richardson, Block Newman, Miller, Wright, B. Northcutt, Lindstrom, Dossett, Frost, Baker West, Walthall, Campbell, Osborn, E. Murphy, Whaley, Margaret, Wilson, D. Wils Wheeldon, Gee, Johnston, Poer, Jones, Lawson, Middendorf, Talbot 265 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA The first event on the Alpha Gam calendar this year was a buffet supper following the Vanderbilt football game for members, pledges, and guests. The annual Alpha Gam ball was held on December 10 in the Phoenix Hotel. On December 15 the chapter entertained with its annual Christmas party for orphans. This year 17 little boys and girls came and were given presents by Santa Clous. Jane Barnett, Alpha Gam pledge, was crowned Block and Bridle queen at the Fall Festival in November. Several Alpha Gams were elected presidents of various campus organizations this year. Charlotte Salisbury presided over Panhel- lenic Council; Lois Ann Flege was elected to the presidency of Theta Sigma Phi, wo- men ' s honorary journalism fraternity; and Jean Stevens became head of Troupers. Other honors included; Lois Ann Flege and Dorritt White as members of Mortar Board and Chi Delta Phi; Lois Ann Flege, Louise Ayres and Anne Perdue, Theta Sigma Phi; Sandra Steele, Kappa Delta Pi; Ann O ' Ban- non, Cwens; and Mary King, Alpha Lambda Delta. Jean Stevens, Marilyn Kilgus ond Ann O ' Bannon were also members of Tau Sigma. Campus publications claimed Louise Ayres as advertising manager of Vague; Anne Pardue as associate editor of the Kentuc- kion; and Lois Ann Flege as assistant man- aging editor of the Kentuckian. Members: Louise Ayres, Katherine Barnett, Barbara Beam, Sara Beam, Mildred Cox, Joan Craw- ford, Venita Dawson, Elinor Duns, Gloria Eostburn, Josephine Edwards, Mary Ann Elliott, Evelyn Ewing, Frances Farmer, Gloria Feezle, Jo Ann Finnie, Lois Ann Flege, Dorothy Gardner, Goile Grogan, Margie Hall, Carolyn Hays, Eloise Helton, Alice King, Mary King, Ann O ' Bannon, Anne Pardue, Charlotte Salisbury, Eva Mae Seole, Sandra Steele, Jean Stevens, Ann D. Survant, Glenno Waddell, Mary Frank Word, Barbara Warren, Dorritt White, Dorothy Wood. Pledges: Jean Barger, LeGrande Barker, Mary Jo Barlow, Jane Barnett, Mary Potter Ernckson. Nelda Ewing, May B. Fouts, Billie Jane Freeman, Marilyn Haley, Pat Hall, Cinder Helton, Betty Holsfine, Anna Faye Hooks, Betty Hyatt, Hettic Johnson, Mary Ruth Jones, Marilyn Kilgus, Virginia Lake, Mary Pardue, Laura Perkinson, Pat Sewell, Faye Wesley, Willa D. Wiison, Eleanor Yates. Alpha Gamma Delta was founded at Syracuse University, May 30, 1904, Epsilon, one of 61 national chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1908. Red, buff, and green are the sorority colors; red and buff roses are the flowers. Alun the faculty are Sally Pence and Mane Barkley. Officers are Charlotte Salisbury, president; Alice King, president; Eloise Helton, secretary; Josephine Edwards, tr urer. 266 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Steele, Finnie, Salisbury, A. King, E. Helton, Edwards, Gardner White, S. Beam, Farmer, Flege, Wood, B. Beam, A. Pardue Elliott, Duns, Ayres, K. Barnett, Hays, M. King, Dawson E. Ewing, Seale, Survant, Stevens, Waddell, Feezle, Grogan Eastburn, Cox, O ' Bannon, Warren, Crawford, J. Barnett, M. Pardue Freeman, Barker, N. Ewing, Hooks, P. Hall, Hyatt, Lake Wesley, Errickson, Barger, Fouts, Johnson, C. Helton, Yates 267 ALPHA XI DELTA Many of the Alpha Xis are represented in campus activities. Suzanne Rogers was elected to SGA. She was also a member of Kappa Delta Pi, Cwens, and the Student Union Board. Katherine Greenwood was also an SGA member and a Phi Upsilon Omicron. Janice Stille, Caroline Freeman, Marie John- son, and Jeanne Wilson were in Tau Sigma. and was also on attendant to the Kentuc- kian Beauty Queen. Alma Lee " Pill " Wil- son was chosen the 1949 " Daisy Mae. " Xi entertained with a tea dance in Decem- ber, open houses throughout the year for fraternity men, an open house at Homecom- ing for alumni, an open house in December for parents, and a formal in the spring. Xi members found in Phi Beta were Marga- ret Larkin, Louise Swinford, and Marie Johnson. Opal Owen served as vice president of SuKy, and Virginia Link was a member of Kappa Delta Pi and Phi Upsilon Omicron. A Christmas party was held for the children af Shriner ' s and Good Samaritan hospitals. Gifts and candy were given to all the chil- dren. Bertha Ann Lutes walked off with the beauty honors at the Pershing Rifles Ball Alpha Xi Delta also won the Omicron Delta Kappa tog soles trophy for 1948. Members; Dorothy Allen, Nadine Ankey, Elaine Ashley, Morjorie Brodford, Lynn Bridgewcter, Barbara Brown, Mableann Clark, Mildred Cooper, Sara Crain, Carolyn Freeman, Martha Gountt, Mary E. Goff, Katherine Greenwood, Martha Harmon, Evelyn Harrison, Jane Hoys, Rebecca Hurt, Marie Johnson, Cary Lawson, Margaret Larkin, Virginia Link, Bertho Ann Lutes, Ruth Moe Jordan, Bert McKenna, Mary Ann McQuaid, Becky Noble, Opal Owen, Helen Rice, Dorothy Robinson, Suzanne Rogers, Mary E. Rose, Annette Siler, Dorothy Siler, Betty Smedley, Cassie Smith, Margaret Steele, Janice Stille, Louise Swinford, Peggy Taylor, Betty Jo Vaughn, Charlotte Watson, Frances Wells, Jeanne Wilson, Betty Winzeler. Pledges: Lila Dale Barrett, Beverly Bell, Dorothy Combs, Yolande Coulter, Nancy Ann Denvers, Sally Ede, Barbara Sue Graham, Donna Jean Hail, Maxine Hall, Dora J. Hendry, Frances Hensley, Jane Hunter, Elaine Kirkpatrick, Elaine Lyon, Geraldine Pond, Dons Richards, Elizabeth White, Frances Whifton, Alma Lee Wilson, Jane T. Wilson, Barbara Ann Young. Alpha Xi Delta was founded at Lombard College, Galesburq, Illinois, in 1893. Xi, one of 64 national chapters, was install- ed at the University of Kentucky, in 1908. Double blue and gold are the sorority colors; the Killarney rose is the flower. officers are Mary Lynn Bridgewater, president; Elaine Ashley, vice president; Margaret Smith, secretary; Margaret Steele, treasurer. 268 ALPHA XI DELTA T " f ' „ ai c ?» f j| if t ll.i ' { ' f» fi i ' Ti Lawson, Harmon, Bridgewater, Steele, Ashley, Snith, Jordan, Swinford Greenwood, Ankney, Link, Cooper, Noble, Brown, Winzeler, Harrison Ward, Hurt, Taylor, Larkin, Goff, Rose, Jeanne Wilson, Smedley Cram, Rogers, Hays, Freeman, Allen, Owen, D. Siler, McQuaid Johnson, Gauntt, A. Siler, Clark, Robinson, Vaughn, Stille, McKenna Lutes, Rice, Watson, Bradford, Dennues, Coulter, Hunter, M. Hall Lyon, Henslee, Whitton, Barrett, Kirkpatrick, Young, Richards, D. Hall Graham, A. Wilson, Combs, Ede, Pond, Hendry, Jane Wilson 269 CHI OMEGA The Chi Omegas celebrated their annual fall Eleusinian by a dinner at the chapter house in October. The economics award dinner was held in November for the members of the chapter and faculty members. Dean Carpen- ter presented the $25.00 award to Jerry Ann Hinson, the UK girl having the highest standing in economics. February was a big month for the ChiO ' s. The chapter entertained with a faculty party at the chapter house, and also held its winter formol in the Student Union Ballroom. Sonny Dunham provided the music. Honors bestowed on Chi Omega included; Elizabeth Ann Bicknell, Jane Garrett, Nancy Shinnick, Phi Beta Kappa; Sara Bennett Thomas and Priscilla Honcher, Phi Beta; Betty Elliott and Polly Day, Tau Sigma; and Mary Shinnick, Kentuckian associate editor. Beauty honors won for Chi Omega included Patsy Allen, attendant to the Kentuckian Beauty Queen, and Tillie McCarty and Mari- lyn Bauer as R.O.T.C. sponsors. Members: Patsy Allen, Peggy Atkinson, Elizabeth Ann Bicknell, Betsy Billiter, Lucia Bland, Georgeann Bovis, Rebecca Bryan, Peggy Buckley, Lois Cheek, Pat Conway, Marsha Delano, Betty Elliott, Mary Ann Galloway, Jane Garrett, Margaret Garrett, Mary Powell Geiger, Carolyn Glenn, Mary Ann Goodson, Sara Mae Greene, Priscilla Hancher, Jeanne Harrell, Bettie Held, Mary Ann Hunter Peggy Johnson, Libby LaRue, Tillie McCarty, Ruth McCracken, Spencer Mc- Clure, Nannie B. Moore, Pat Paxton, Diane Robertson, Joanne Rodes, Flo Sanders, Nancy Shel- bourne, Nancy Shinnick, Linda Smith, Sara Bennett Thomas, Patsy Volner, Mary Lilliard Young. Pledges; Frances Barnetf, Marilyn Bauer, Martha Nell Blackburn, Leslie Boteler, Betty Bush Botts, Louise Curry, Polly Day, Nancy Lou Eden, Nancy Elleft, Jeanne Forcade, Jean Hale, Sally Hancher, Ann Lura Hayden, Nancy Dee Hearne, Elma Kirkpatrick, Ann Kirtley, Pat Mason, Mary Oldham, Alice Orttenburger, Joan Prich- ard, Mary Shinnick, Mary Wood Vaughn, Lydia Wagers, Jane Webb. Chi Omega was founded at the University of Arkansas, on and straw are the sorority colors; the white carnation is the April 5, 1895. Lambda Alpha one of 104 national chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky, in 1914. Cardinal flower. Officers are Nancy Innes Shinnick, president; Elizabeth Ann Bicknell, vice president; Jane Garrett, secretary; Sara Mae Greene, treasurer. 270 CHI OMEGA Hunter, Allen, Greene, J. Garrett, N. Shu Atkinson, Bryan, Shelbourne, Geiger, Bo- Sanders, Johnson, LaRue, Goodson, Harn M. Garrett, McCracken, P. Hanctier, Han nick, Bicknell, Glenn IS, Cheek, Delano ,, McCarty, Elliott HI, Paxton, Moore, Rodes Robertson, Billiter, Bland, Volner, Thomas, McClure, Young M. 5hinnick, Curry, Boteler, Smith, Wagers, Barnett, Hayden Day, Mason, S. Hancher, Ellett, Kirtley, Webb, Oldham Forcade, Blackburn, Eden, Orttenburger, Botts, Hale, Vaughn 271 DELTA DELTA DELTA The Tri-Delts started off their social year with their autumn ball. This was followed by the Founders Day Banquet. Other big events were the tea dance and pansy break- fast in the spring. Beauty honors won for Delta Delta Delta thii year included Priscillo McVey, first at- tendant to the Kentuckian Beauty Queen; Frances White, attendant to the Kentuckian Beauty Queen; Mary Ann Laub and Helen Heltsley, ROTC sponsors. Tri-Delt members in Mortar Board included Betty Ann Shropshire, Judy Brooddus, and Frances White. Helen Deiss was active in student publications as editor of the Kernel and also editor of Vogue. Betty Ann Shropshire was also president of the League of Women Voters and a member of the Student Union Board. Two Tri Delts were vice presidents of campus organiza- tions — Judy Brooddus of Chi Delta Phi, and Fr ances White of Pan-Hellenic. The Tri-Delts also held the scholarship cup for the highest active standing. Members: Judy Brooddus, Virginia Buckner, Jean Burrell, Doris Coleman, Hannah Croley, Jo Ann Davis, Martha Van Hooser Dean, Helen Deiss, Charlotte Erskine, Patsy Futrell, Caroline Hill, Priscillo McVey, Barbara Mondt, Joy Marsh, Annelle Miller, Pat Moore, Billie Jean Moore, Bruce Nutting, Jean Perrine, Marjorie Ann Richey, Valerie Saunders, Betty Ann Shropshire, Mary Ann Spencer, Josephine Tropp, Carolyn Walker, Jean Warren, John Frances White, Carolyn Wray. Pledges; Betty Ball, Ann Ruby Bell, Dottie Ann Brown, Elizabeth Ellen Brown, Lois Coldiron, Joan Daniels, Mary Duke, Betty Fish, Helen Heltsley, Ann Jennings, LeRuth Jones, Suzanne Kiing, Phyllis Kloecker, Fonita Lane, Mary Ann Laub, Carolyn Lee, Joan Maloney, Mable Mears, Jackie Miller, Cordie Moody, Mary McKinley, Ann Perrine, Joan Pfeiffer, Jo Rhcues, Jo Ann Rhodes, Nancy Richards, Barbara Shafer, Jan:; Stokely, Mar- tha Ann Stout, Shelly Thompson, Ann Tracy, Shirley Ward, Jean Vvilliamson, Jane Wyatt. Delta Delta Delta was founded at Boston University in 1888. Delta Rho, one of 90 nation?! chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1923. Silver, blue and gold are the sorority colors; the pansy is the flower. Alumna in the faculty IS Jane Haselden. Officers are John France president; Charlotte Er: White, president; Helen Deiss, vice cine, secretary; Billie Jean Moore, 272 DELTA DELTA DELTA f) e 4 Shropshire, Sanders, White, Deiss, Erskine, Broaddus, Burrell, Trapp Croley, Richey, Spencer, Saunders, Mandt, Wray, Hill, Walker J. Perrine, Davis, Coleman, Nutting, McVey, Futrell, A. Miller, Warren Kloecker, Rhodes, J. Miller, Buckner, Mears, Rhodes, Duke, Thompson Heltsley, McKinley, Laub, Daniel, Wyatt, Richards, Tracy, Coldiron Jones, Kling, Moody, Lane. Lee, D. Brown, Stout, A. Perri ne Williamson, Stokely, Fish, Jennings, Ball, Shafer, Pfeiffer, Molony B. Brown, Ward 273 DELTA ZETA In September the Delta Zetas returned to 185 East Maxwell with the usual bogs and baggage. As classes began new books filled their shelves, they put stress on studies, and as a result, a Phi Beta and a Phi Upsilon Omicron pin sparkled beside two DZ lamps. The DZ ' s opened the serenading season with a " trucking " serenade, and followed it with a Founder ' s Day Banquet which marked their twenty-fifth year on the UK campus. Since then, they have enjoyed the usual score of parties and the big Christmas dance. When intramural tournaments began, the DZ athletes stepped forward and captured runner-up trophies in bowling and volleyball. Members: Roberta Anderson, Dorothy Clerk, Jucnlto Crawford, Betty Doyle, Jeanne Finch, Jane Finley, Martha Graham, Barbara Hall, Patricia HIne, Julia Jones, Mary Lou Keyser, Ida Man- chikes, Mary Elizabeth McRoberts, Ann McWillioms, Jane Pack, Nancy Payne, Peake Shehan, Jean Sherman, Joyce Steele, Jeanne Stubbs, Ann Lois Varney, Ruth Vest. Pledges; Adele Amarr, Jeanne Baker, Nell Blair, Nancy Bowles, Drucilla Bowling, Phyllis Cliver, Katharine Cook, Mary Cook, Marjorie Dover, Dons Ethingfon, Betty Anne Ferguson, Lois Flynn, Betty Ann Foster, Nancy Gallen, Martha Gatewood, Patricia Graham, Betty Guy, Bettye Hayes, Mary C. Houston, Lorraine lllaria, Doris Jean Merriell, Virginia Meyer, Billie Moore, Margaret Moore, Mary Margaret Plue, Shirley Porter, Barbara Preston, Dorothy Seath, Martha Sheridan, Joyce Tomlin, Barbara Wayman, Patsy Williams. Delta Zeta was founded ar Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in 1902. Alpha Theta, one of 66 national chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1945. Old rose and vieux green are the sorority colors; the Krilarney rose is the flower. Faculty advisor and member is Miss Mildred Lewis. Officers are Patricia Hine, president; Mary Lou Keyser, vice president; Ruth Vest and Ann McWilliams, secretaries; Jeanne Stubbs, treasurer. 274 DELTA ZETA U Aft ii W li Ci 4 l4 i i % Shehan, Anderson, Hine, McWilliams, Pack, Roberts Varney, Finley, Sherman, Doyle, Graham, Hall Steele, Crawford, Finch, Clark, Payne, Gatewood Preston, Jones, Baillie, Blair, Swofford, Ammar Meyer, P. Graham, Maria, Foster, Ferguson, Sheridan Tomltn, Bowles, Baker, Wayman, Gallen, Guy M. Moore, Seath, B. Moore, K. Cook, Plue, Porter Houston, M. Cook, Flynn, Hayes, Cliver, Williams 275 KAPPA ALPHA THETA " Theta ' s kites went sailing " high this year. And the highest kite was flown by Nancy Brewer, Kentuckian Beauty Queen and major of Scabbard and Blade. Other queen- kites were flown by " Sitty " Russell, queen of Phi Kappa Tau; Carolyn Smith, queen of Alpha Sigma Phi; and " Pinky " Saffell, queen of Interfraternity Pledge Council and second attendant to the Kentuckian Queen. Mardi Gros Carnival elected " Sandy " Mor- gan as its beauty queen. In the Lances Carnival six Thetas were sponsors, and Betty Seay was sponsor of the " Best Band in Dixie. " The Chi Omega eco- nomics award was given to Jerry Hinson, while Louise Wilson was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Nancy Bird was Kentuckian busi- ness manager. Taking time off from being entertained, the Thetas gave a fall pledge dance and the annual spring formal at the Country Club. Members: Mary Jane Agnew, Emily Anderson, Pat Bassham, Nancy Bird, Mary Hilleary Bryant, Ann Creech, Martha Durham, Judy Forman, Virginia Ann Hall, Mary Halmhuber, Jerry Hinson, Katherine Hogon, Ann Keeton, Joan Kenney, Barbara Kirwan, Louise McDowell, Claire Mabry, Mary Alice Mayer, Margery Mitchell, Polly Mulkey, Patti Perrone, Jerry Poor, Mary Ellen Price, Elizabeth Reynolds, Betty Seay, Carolyn Smith, Maria Carter Sparrow, Jean Swope, Margie Lou Williams, Barbara Willing, Louise Wilson. Pledges: Sue Brrd, Mary Jo Bishop, Betty Boggess, Nancy Brewer, Bctfie Bryant, Carolyn Cntchlow, Harriette Crutchfield, Lee Dolid, Betty Garst, Frances Ann Gregory, Betty Dunn Guinaugh, Jackie Haynes, Peggy Hughes, Ann McChesney, Barbara Montague, Beverly Neudecker, Betty Patterson, Mary Ann Rice, Shelley Rice, Harriett Russell, Cora Frances Saffell, Harriett Spalding, Marian Stone, Betty Stoll, Margaret Tweedy, Anita Underbill, Nancy Vaughn, Dorothy Wilkinson, Martha Ann Wilson. Kappa Alpha Theta was founded at DePau College, Green- castle, Indiana, in 1870. Gamma lota, one of 75 nationa chapters, was installed at vhe University of Kentucky in 1945 Black and gold are the sorority colors; the pansy is the flower Member in faculty is Norma Ca Offu rs are Mary Hilleary Bryant, president; Ann B. Keeton, iresident; Maria Carter Sparrow and Jean Swope, secre- taries; Emily Anderson, t 276 KAPPA ALPHA THETA Hogan, Bird, Kecton, M. Bryant, Swope, Sparrow, Anderson, L. Wilson Wolfe, Halmhuber, Perrone, Agnew, Seay, Mabry, Hall, Reynolds Smith, Creech, Willing, Mayes, M. Hendricks, Kenney, Hinson, Williams Bassham, Poor, McDowell, Forman, J. Hendricks, Gray, Brewer Price, Mayer, Saffell, Bird, Mitchell, Waynes, Rice, Crutchfield Vaughn, Spalding, Critchlow, Richards, Boggess, McChesney, Garst, Russell Rice, Gregory, Guinaugh, Wilkinson, Stone, Dolid, Tweedy, B. Bryant M. Wilson, Stoll, Montague, Patterson, Hughes. Neudecker, Bishop, Underhil 277 KAPPA DELTA Dear Kyian, I could hardly wait to get back to 271 Kal- mia. I had that back-to-school enthusiasm, the urge to learn that you have every fall for about a week. Giving up all hope of my 3 point standing, I decided I ' d look in other directions for fame. I knew I wasn ' t the ROTC sponsor type, and besides, I wanted to give my sisters Doll Price, Mary Alice Schisler, and Betty Wheeler a chance to make a name for themselves — and they did! But I thought for sure they ' d put me up for Sig Ep Dream Girl candidate. It must have been because I missed meeting that night that the girls chose Joan Graham. She came in one night with a pin, a trophy and a bunch of red roses. She was Sig Ep Dream Girl! You know my room always looks like o wreck. But somebody in the house must have time to keep theirs looking good, be- cause one of the rooms won the room judg- ing contest, for the fifth straight year. Our big social event at the beginning of the year was our annual Tea Dance. We all went out to the Lexington Country Club, and had a big time. During November we entertained with a benefit bridge, and lots of people came. Oh! I forgot to tell you about the serenade we gave I really thought I should have had a solo part, but they said they needed me to hold a candle. So I ' m still carrying the torch. Love, Kadie Members: Betty Jo Anderson, Barbara Bidwell, Juliet Bradley, Martha Bradley, Lolly Call, Patsy Ennis, Joyce Ferris, Catherine Fleming, Joanne Cook Grahom, Elizabeth Guenther, Peggy Hew- Barbora Lee Holeman, Dorothy Honaker, Florence Lewis, Marian Mcllvaine, Carlo Maddox, Nell Nell Martin, Virginia Minshall, Elizabeth Morgan, Romona Newman, Emma Louise Patrick, Joan Patterson, Mary Rita Ploch, Alice Gail Price, Lono C. Price, Karen Rains, Elizabeth Rogers, Donna Russell, Mary Alice Schlisser, Judy Sheets, Joan Specht, Barbara Stanfill, Sarah Ann Youtsey. Pledges: Jane Basham, Eleanor Birk, Edith Bishop, Shirley Ann Bryant, Flonnia Carol Chambers, Suzanne Cooper, Betty Greene, Dorothy Ann Harrod, Catherine Harlowe, Mary Lou Hatfield, Eleanor Hughes, Mildred Lee Kirchdorfer, Mary Lou Long, Judith Luigart, Joan McClure, Beverly Jo Miles, Mary Anna Parker, Ella Rena Potter, Mary Simpson, Lynn Smith, Marlys Smith, Lois Udry, Elizabeth Wheeler. Kappa Delta was founded at Virginia State Teachers College in 1897. Epsilon Omega, one of 73 national chapters, was in- stalled at the University of Kentucky in 1910. Olive green and white are the sorority colors; the white rose is the flower. Alumna in the faculty is Mrs. Lydia Fisher. Mrs. Charles Woolridge is the faculty advisor. Officers are Emma Louise Patrick, president; Sarah Ann Yout- sey, vice president; Barbara Lee Holeman, secretary; Joanne Cook Graham, treasurer. 278 KAPPA DELTA I, 1 v« t- n h Maddox, Patrick, Youtsey, Holeman, Graham, Minshall, Newman Russell, Bidwell, L. Price, Martin, G. Price, Stanfill, Rams Ennis, Gunther, Rodgers, Sheets, Ferrirs, Schliser, M. Bradley Hewlett, J. Bradley, Call, Fleming, Specht, Patterson. Morgan Harrod, Bishop, Honaker, Anderson, Ploch, Lewis, Bryant McClure, Smith, Birk, Harlow, Simpson, Luigart, Basham Parker, Kirchdorfer, Udry, Long, Potter, Wheeler, Ntles Chambers, Vaughn, Cooper, Green, Hatfield, Hughes 279 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Bettie C. Nash won honors for the Kappa pledge class by being selected queen of Pi Kappa Alpha. Shortly after the formal, the Kappas entertained that fraternity at a des- sert bridge. The Kappas were runners-up in the Lances Carnival with their Varga girls show. In the Kentuckian Beauiy Quee n contest Forgy Kirkpatrick was named as attendant to the 1949 Queen. The Kappas also participated in all intra- mural activities such as volley ball, bad- minton, and bowling. Members: Sue Allen, Martha Bishop, Jane Blount, Nancy Jean Bright, Betty Catiin, Jacqueline Cook, Mary Dunlap, Jane Early, Charlotte Garr, Jean Hamilton, Joyce Haynes, Betty Heiss, Joan Kavonough, Forgy Kirkpatrick, Betsy Lowry, Betty McWilliams, Ann Macklin, Marcia Middleton, Mary Nolan Pribble, Barbara Shanklin, Betty Ree Shrewsbury, Mary Jouett Swinford, Murray Tilton, Lois Lynn Van Meter, Betty Wallace, Betty Wiley, Sally Wilder. Pledges; Sara Kate Bobbit, Nancy Bradford, Carolyn Carson, Lillian Clay, Gloria Barnette Garnsr, Anne Guth- rie, George Ann Hertlein, Jane Ingles, Nancy James, Betty Carrick Nash, May Beam Noe, Mary Od3ll, Bobby Ann Rouse, Jeanine Schlegel, Molly Shannon, Marie Sympson, Grace Thornton, Ann Winburn, Julie Yager. Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded at Monmouth College in 1870. Beta Chi, one of 84 national chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1910. Dark and light blue are the sorority colors; the fleur-de-lis is the flower. Alumna in the faculty is MimI Wiedeman. The faculty advisor is Ann Wilson. Officers are Betty Wiley, president; Betsy Lowry, vice presi- dent; Mary McCauley, secretary; Mary Jouett Swinford, treas- 280 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA . i l ii o e Hamilton, Wiley, Swinford, McCauley, Allen, Kirkpatnck Van Meter, Park, Dunlap, Catlin, Sellards, Shrewsbury Kannapell, Macklin, Garr, Prrbble, Blount, Wallace Shanklin, Bright, Gorman, McWilliams, Haynes, Bishop Tilton, Carey, Kavanaugh, Dexhcimer, Early, Heiss Eith, Carson, James, Hertlein, Sympson, Rouse Bradford, Winburne, Thornton, Nash, Odell, Noe Yager, Schlegel, Clay, Garner, Bobbitt 281 ZETA TAU ALPHA The Zetas got back in the swing of activities shortly after the opening of school by win- ning the 1948 sorority intramural bowling trophy. Enthusiastic over winning the first prize last year for their homecoming decorations, they again used their ingenuity and original- ity this year to take the top prize. Their decoration this year had as its theme " We ' re Expecting Victory. " This motif was carried out by a stork and seven bassinets complete with footballs. The Zeta winter formal was held on Feb- ruary 5 in the Student Union Ballroom with Clyde Trask ' s orchestra playing. Elise Hartman, president of ZTA this year, entertained the sorority and its friends at her annual party at the Iroquois Hunt Club. Members: Jeanette Blair, Patsy Booher, Patricia Breen, Gertrude Clary, Margie Clegg, Shirley Coombs, Nancy Goskin, Bertha Gifford, Jane Guess, Elise Hartman, Shirley Heath, Elizabeth Link, Juanita McNamee, Ann Marcum, Alice Martin, Martha Martin, Marilyn Morris, Martha Muth, Emily Parker, Barbara Power, Martha Purdy, Marilyn Reidinger, Bowie Sotterfield, Martha Schubert, Ann Simpkins, Virginia Spencer, Jo Ann Tolley, Lou Ellen Trimble, Eva Walsh, Ida Wellwood, Norma White, Judy Wood, Virginia Wyott. Pledges: Analie Francis, Agnes Hutclninson, Ruh, betty Jayne Samson, Dorothy Smith, le Hutchinson, Betty Myers, Dorothy Neal, Rose Je Katie Whaley, Betty Jane Webb. Zeta Tau Alpha was founded at Virginia State Normal College in 1898. Alpha Chi, one of 83 national chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1924. Turquoise blue and steel gray are the sorority colors: the white violet is the flower. Alumna in faculty is Mrs. Lysle Croft. Officers are Elise Hartman, president; Martha Schubert, vice president: Jane Guess and Lou Ellen Trimble, secretaries; Bar- bara Power, treasurer. 282 ZETA TAU ALPHA Talley, Trimble, Hartman, Power, Schubert, Guess Morris, Marcum, Satterfield, Blair, Muth, Link Duerr, Simpkins, M. Martin, Clary, Wyatt, Clegg White, Parker, Purdy, Willwood, Walsh, McNamee Breen, Wood, Riedinger, Coombs, A. Martin, Heath Sampson, Neal, Spencer, H. Hutchinson, Whaley, A. Hutchinson Webb, Sturm, Smith, Ruh, Myers, Francis 283 TAU ALPHA PI Dizon, Gnefinger, Klein, Levy, Marcus DeVine, Freedman, Travis, Clarick, Shaiku Segel, Goldstein, Murstein After a wonderful summer the Tau Alpha Pi ' s returned to the UK campus looking for- ward to the school year. With rush week over, the social calendar began to roll for the girls with Hallowe ' en parties, slumber parties, an open house, and a dinner-dance for the members and their dates. Anita Levy, president, was elected treas- urer of Panhellenic Council, and was also voted to appear in " Who ' s Who in Greeks " for the University of Kentucky. Tau Alpha Pi was founded at the University of Kentucky in 1945. Gold and brown are the sorority colors; the yellow tea rose is the flower. Alumna in faculty is Betty Lee Fein. Officers are Anita Levy, president; Helene Marcus, vice president; Rita Klein, secretary; Joan Dizon, vreasurer. Members: Nancy DeVine, Joan Dizon, Edythe Greifinger, Rita Klein, Anita Levy, Helen Marcus, Dolores Shaikun. Pledges: Roberta Clarick, Frances Goldstein, Beatrice Freedman, Lila Murstein, Elaine Segel, Gloria Travis. 284 STRAY GREEKS The Organization of Unaffilioted Fraternity Men and Women of the University of Kentucky was founded at the University of Kentucky in October, 1946. Purpose: The purpose of this organization shall be to further the social, academic, and fraternol life of unaffiliated fraternity men and women. Faculty Advisor: Dr. Clement Eoton Officers: O. C. Hall, president; Bob Grimm, vice president; Joyce Rudolph, secretary; Harry Miller, Members: Denny Boird, Delta Kappa Epsilon; Ruth Combs, Phi Mu; Elizabeth Conley, Alpha Chi Omega; Allan K. Frank, Delta Kappa Epsilon; Bob Grimm, Delta Upsilon Kappa; O. C. Hall, Beta Kap- pa Chi; Chod Harmon, Beta Theta Pi; Von Milton Lester, Beta Theta Pi; Lewis C. Lyie, Phi Sigma Epsilon; Janice Marshall, Nu Phi Mu; Harold Mil- by, Beta Kappa Chi; Harry Miller, Theta Xi; Ruth Morrow, Alpha Sigma Alpha; Joe F. Rice, Theta Chi; Marilyn Ritz, Zeta Mu Epsilon; Betty Jean Rowland, Nu Phi Mu; Joyce Evelyn Rudolph, Alpha Chi Omega; Rusty Russell, Beta Theta Pi C) f.- LyIe, Miller, Morrow, Hall, Grimm, Rudolph, Russell Frank, Witt, Baird, Wheeler, Conley, Lester, Williams Ritz, Marshall, Rowland, Simpson, Rigau, Combs, Ryan 285 DEANS Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes, Dean of Women, was appointed to her present position in 1942. She came to the Universitv in 1929 as as- sistant deon of women to Sarah G. Blanding, now president of Vassar College. She is a post president of the Lexington branch of Vhe American Association of University Women, the Family Welfare Society, and the Kentucky Association of Deans of Women. She is chair- man of the University Social Committee. 0lt: - Dr. Abert Dennis Kirwon come to the Univer- sity of Kentucky as football coach in 1938. In 1944 he left UK to complete his doctorol degree at Duke University. This was obtained in June, 1947, when he returned vo the Uni- versity as Dean of Men and associate professor of history. He is a native of Louisville, Ken- tucky, where he taught school and coached football at Male High School for four years and duPont Manual High School for five years. A native of Loncoster, Kentucky, Dr. Jane Haselden come to the University in 1941 as assistant dean of women and assistant profes- sor of French. Formerly she was Dean of Wo- men at Transylvania College and Murray State Teachers College. At UK she has been chiefly concerned with problems in housing and personnel. In addition to academic duties, she is faculty sponsor for Panhellenic Council and Chi Delta Phi. As a member of the latter group. Miss Haselden helped organ- ize Vague, campus literary magazine. PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL ■idgewater. White, Salisbury, Levy, Hannahs, Erya Patrick, Hine, Hunter, Perrone, Swofford, Asbury Coleman, Finnie, Harmon, Price, Marcus The Pan-Hellenic Council of the University of Ken- tucky 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 Advisor: Jane Hoselden Officers: Charlotte Salisbury, president; Frances White, vice president; Suzanne Hannahs, secretary: Anita Levy, treasurer Members: Jeanne Asbury, Peggy Gleason, Alpha Delta Pi; Charlotte Salisbury, Jo Anne Finnie, Al- pha Gamma Delta; Mary Lynn Bridgewater, Mar- tha Harmon, Alpha Xi Delta; Nancy Shinnick, Betty Elliot, Chi Omega; Frances White, Betty Ann Shropshire, Delta Delta Delta; Patricio Hine, Jean Sherman, Delta Zeto; Hilleary Bryant, Potti Per- rone, Kappa Alpha Theta; Emma Lou Patrick, Doll Price, Koppa Delta; Betty Brown Wiley, Doris Eith, Kappa Kappa Gamma: Anita Levy, Helene Marcu«, Tou Alpha Pi; Elise Hortman, Jeonette Blair, Zeta Tou Alpha 287 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL McLaughlin, Patrick, Morgan, Russell, Ray Turley, Moorhead Albright, Stoll, Monach, Davis, Whaley, Nichols Mahurin, Robert Turley, McCann, Gulley, Clark, Durham Crosthwaite, Levin, Hancock, Kaiser, Tuttle, Heick The purpose of the Intcrfratermty Council is to discuss and act upon rr.otters concerning fraterni- ties in general and to act as a medium between the University administration and the fraternities. Officers: John L. McLaughlin, president; Donald K. Clark, vice president; Ray Turley, secretary; Ry- burn Weakley, treasurer Faculty Advisor: Dean A. D. Kirwan 288 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Members: Alpha Sigma Phi, James Kuhn, William Snead; Alpha Gamma Rho, Charles Gulley, Ryburn Weakley; Alpha Tau Omega, Ed Roberts, Fred Perkins; Delta Chi, William K. Davis, Charles W. Chinn; Delta Tau Delta; Hugh Moorhead, Andy Clark; Kappa Alpha, Robert Turley, Ford Waller Kappa Sigma, Robert Kaiser, Virgil L. Christian Lambda Chi Alpha, Charles Hawley, Don Clark Phi Delta Theta, Marshall McCann, James P. Han- cock; Phi Koppo Tou, J. Roy Hall, John H. Heick; Phi Sigma Kappa, Walter Patrick, William Tuttle; Pi Kappa Alpha, William Stoll, John L. McLaugh- lin; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Roy Wallace, Stuart Mahurin; Sigma Chi, Ray Turley, Jim Durham; Sig- ma Nu, Frederick Nichols, John Crosthwaite; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Charles Whaley, E. Howard Morgon; Triangle, Douglas K. Albright, Garland Grace; Zeta Beta Tau, Emanuel Singer, James Levin; Tau Kappa, Ben Cohen, Joe Kramer The interfraternity Council and YMCA sponsored a banquet this year for pledges of all social fraternities. At ihe speaker ' s table are Walter Patrick, chairman, -.hs speaker for the evening, and Dean A. D. ho faculty of -.hi 289 ALPHA GAMMA RHO Alpha Gamma Rho was founded at Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1908 and now has 31 national chapters. Omicron chapter was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1920. Green and gold are the fraternity colors; the pink rose is the fraternity flower- Members on the University faculty are J. O. Barkman, Philhp Edwards, W. P. Garngus, E. J. Kinney, H. B, Morrison, H. B. Price, Paul McComas, and E. J. Wilford. The chapter ' s faculty advisor is Dr. H. L. Townsend. Officers are Charles Gulley, president; David Hatchett, vice president; Ryburn Weakley, secretary; Waller Cooper, treas- Alpha Gamma Rho returned from summer vacation to begin the school year with a fall picnic and dance held at Sleepy Hollow. Dances, buffet suppers, and the housemother ' s tea followed in rapid succession. The high spot of social activities, however, was the Christmas formal held jointly at Joyland Clubhouse with Triangle members Several members received campus recognition in extracurricular activities. Among these men were David Hatchett, who was elected president of Block and Bridle; Waller Cooper, president of Phi Eta Sigma; Robert Smith, elected to SGA; Ryburn Weakley, elected to ODK; and L. O. Denton, who was elected president of Alpha Zeta. AGR was also active in the intramural field. Winning the wrestling trophy was its main achievement, but its teams participated in all sporfs. Two formal dances highlighted the spring semester for the group, besides numerous Boonesboro and Herrington Lake parties. Members; Maurice Anderson, AIco Barnes, Elmer Bean, Hugh H. Brinkley, Jack Brisbay, London Bur- cham, Henry J. Cosh, Waller W. Cooper, James M. Crafton, Joseph E. Crofton, Richard Crafton, Cloude M. Davis, Lowell O. Denton, Robert L. Enlow, Neil Farris, London Garrett, Jr., William C. Goyie, Howard Giles, Joseph Grimes, Charles H. Gulley, James G. Gulley, Corl Hamilton, Robert G. Horned, David Hatchett, Arthur Hounshell, Kenneth B. Hundley, Lebus R. Kidwell, Donald M. Loffoon, Harold Love, Frank B. Linton, Marion Mason, Charles W. McClure, Lowas L. McClure, Keen Norris, Bernard Perraut, James C. Ross, James A. Shaffer, J. W. Smith, Robert S. Smith, Edward W. Stroube, Brent D. Thompson, John Tracy Trigg, Jr., E. Ryburn Weakley. Pledges: Woodrow L. Antle, Turner Burns, Jack Crafton Bruce C. Cotton, Marion Cox, Willard Crow, Lewis Hancock, Joe Haycraft, Edward Hogg, James B. Ledford, Robert F. Link, Templeton D. Maniey, Joe Peden, Robert A. Rose, Michael Sand, J. R. Stephenson, John S. Street, Roy S. Turner, Roger Wiedeburg. 290 ALPHA GAMMA RHO Ah SBl Sir _ ' 1 C. Gulley, Hatchett, Weakley, Cooper, Barnes R. Crafton, Giles, Brisbay, Burcham, Cash Hamilton, Grimes, James Crafton, Joe Crafton, Farris Harned, Linton, J. Gulley, Garrett, Gayle L. McClure, Mason, Hounshell, Enlow, Laffoon Denton, Kidwell, Trigg, C. McClure, Thompson 291 ALPHA GAMMA RHO May Day Float ... A wonderful summer . . . Family laundry . . . Friday afternoon club . . . What test, eh, Sturgill? . . . AGR camp . . . Pat, are you confused? . . . Gulley takes his pleasure seriously! . . . One ' .hat didn ' t get away! . . . Bud and Bob at the house . . . The Bear and a happy thought . . . Chaos reigns . . . Lt. Garrett and a smile . . . " Mom " .McClean . . . Ken and Ed operate at camp . . . Peden seems inspired . . . Serious? . . . Three scholars . . . Garrett ' s thoughts turn! . . . Topper ' s cruiser 292 ALPHA GAMMA RHO 1 i k irL P " E rni, Hvgg, J. Crr:ith, Stroube, Lcve Haycratt, Peden, Ross, Shaffer, R. Smith Link, Wiedeburg, Hundley, Perraut, Jack Crafton Stephenson, Turner, Cox, Manley, Cotton Hancock, Sand, Ledford 293 ALPHA SIGMA PHI Alpha Sigma Phi was founded at Yale University in 1845 and now has 76 national chapters. Sigma chapter was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1917. Cardinal and stone are the fraternity colors; the talisman rose is the flower. Dr. Lysle W. Croft is faculty advisor. Officers are James Mason Kuhn, president; William K. Snead, vice president; Cecil T. Beckett, secretary; Hugh D. Dillehay, treasurer. The Alpha Sigs, content with their new house on Broadway, settled down to the peace and happiness of the latter day — as soon as the hectic rush period :ame to a halt. Whilst enjoying the peaceful scenery enhanced by the Phi Taus on one side, the Kappa Sigs across the street, and an elderly ladies ' home on the other side, these law-abiding descendants of Eli sat on their front porch and deviated little from the hurly-burly of college life. An occasional party or open house revealed the well furnished interior of the house which is inhabited by the brotherhood to the foreign eye. The rest of the year was largely occupied in conniving bigger and better tricks to play on one another of the brethern. At the Winter Formal in January, Theto Carolyn Smith was introduced to the University as the Queen of Alpha Sigma Phi, 1949. Later came the Alpha Sigs ' contribution to the campus culture, the annual Greek Letter Bridge Tour- nament. The perennial Alpha Sig " big blow, " of course, was the traditional Apache party in early fall, during which the chapter imagined itself transfer- red to the Marseilles underworld. Members: Harold Armsey, Cecil Beckett, G. G. Bryant, Jack Carpenter, Russell Cook, Harry Cooper, Hugh Dillehay, William Doan, Robert Gash, Thomas Gil- more, Algia Jacobs, Jim Kuhn, Allen Lyies, Larry Myers, Glen McAllister, Jim Rose, Raymond Schlach- ter. Bill Snead, Jay Walden. Pledges; Douglas Allgood, Bill Bauman, Bob Bennett, Bill Carroll, Jim Combs, Frank Cornett, Bob David, Troy Delaney, Don Doerhoefer, Fritz Engler, Roy Giehls, Bert Griffith, Dick Hanng, Tom Hartstern, Bill Helms. Art Jacobs, Hersh Keeling, Wilford Lott, Jim McConaughney, Ken Meredith, Lee Myles, Randy Powell, Art Price, Bob Rufledge, Dudley Saunders, Ralph Slone, Omer Stikeleather, Edwin Taylor, Marvin Taylor, David Van Horn, Bob Vittitow, Dan Wester, Allen Whalen, Mark Whalen, Zollie Witt. 294 ALPHA SIGMA PHI Kuhn, Snead, Beckett, Dillehay, Riley, Bryant, Carpenter Armsey, Doan, Cooper, Gilmore, Lyies, Gash, Jacobs Cook, McAlister, Price, Helms, Powell, Engler, Wester Combs, Taylor, Stikeleather, Meredith, A. Whalen, Proctor, M. Whalen Griffith, Carroll, Witt, Slone, Vittitow, David, Bauman Myles, Brummett, Lott, Haring, Rutledge, Giehls, Keeling Allgood, Hartstern, Corneft, Hines 295 ALPHA SIGMA PHI Scene at Apache party . . . Carpenter and Kuhn pose . . . Mrs. Davis, housemother . . . Hi-ya buddy . . . Quite a party . . . My feet hit the ground too soon . . . The new act . . . An evening at home . . . " Comin thru ' the rye " . . . Start moving, pledge! . . . Intermission at the dance . . . Dot Richardson — ' Nuff said 296 ALPHA SIGMA PHI THE QUEEN AND HER COURT Top row, I. to r.: Carolyn Smith, Koppo Alpha Theto, Queen; Betty Ford, Hamilton House; Betty Lyon, Alpha Delta Pi. Bottom row, I. to r.: Dolores Frietag, Stroy Greek; Mary Rice, Kappa Al- pha Theta; Patsy Conway, Chi Omega; Katie Whaley, Zeto Tau Alpha, 297 ALPHA TAU OMEGA Alpha Tau Omega was founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1865. It now has 94 chapters. Mu lota chapter was install- ed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1909. Fraternity colors are blue and gold; the white tea rose is the flower. The chapter ' s faculty advisor is L. E. Nollau. Members of the Uni- versity faculty are L. E. Nollau, L. J. Horlacher, Neil Plummer, and Bart Peak. Officers are Edward A. Roberts, president; Jack Stewart, vice president; John D. Goodlette, secretary; Joe C. Smith, treas- urer. ATO inaugurated the semester system cgain at the University of Kentucky with an extended list of Rush Week activities. Some of these were the well- known ATO Monte Carlo party, a cabaret party at the home of Frank Mature in Georgetown, and various house dances and smokers. October saw banquet-time down at the ATO house, and the boys went all-out (Vith a banquet for Charles Ccburn, famous actor, who was in town for the trots. The winter semester ' s climax came in December, however, with the advent of the annual " Snow Ball, " the winter formal. Blanket date bids resulted in more than three hundred guests which filled the mammoth Joyland Casino to over- flowing. The focal point of the evening was the crowning of Miss Ann Guthrie, Kappa Kappa Gamma from Pineville, as the " Sweetheart of ATO. " Spring activities included Softball and tennis in the intramural sports field. The spring formal was held in the latter part of the semester, and then once again June rolled around with good-byes until next year. Members: William Allen, Brantley Amberg, Edward Baker, Juan Balzola, Robert Blakemon, Frank Bos- well, James Brockenborough, Joseph Carter, Charles Cissel, Tom Cornelison, Eugene Elder, Silas Fisher. Basil Gaither, Robert Gibson, Ben Gill, John Goodlette, Dclton Greenfield, Joe Hall, William Hall, Jesse Hill, David Holland, Jock Humphries, Winifred Kelly, James Lackey, Mark Lackey, John Lodenburger, B. Lockwood, William Lyon, Carson Lyons, Warren Magee, Jock Marshall, Frank Mature, John Milkovich, Cliff Miller, Mike Mills, Dove Mullin, Meredith Myn- heir, William Noe, John Pedigo, George Penn, Fred Perkins, Gene Phillips, John Prichord, Royce Pulliom, Evan Roy, George Reynolds, Edward Roberts, Roy Robinson, Paul Soad, Norman Sexton, Bob Simpson, Tom Simpson, George Sparrow, Claude Sprowls, Bailey Smith, Joe Smith, Dan Stamer, George Stewart, Jack Stewart, Herbert Thompson, Ernest Vines, William Weaver. Pledges: John Benson, Michael Dolan, Curtis Gault, Oscar Geralds, Marvin Harp, Kenneth Harding, Robert Hardy, W. R. Haycraft, John Hill, Stanley Hogg, Charles Johnson, F. G. Martin, James Maturo, C. A. McClain, Richard Miller, Will Moore, Richard Moorman, Joe Nard, Joel O ' Brien, James Pa- ralas, W. P. Saunders, Jr., William Sparks, Darrell Veach, Kyle White, Jack Whitely, Milward Wilkie. 298 ALPHA TAU OMEGA jfT r e Smith. Perkins, Goodlette, J. Stewart, Roberts Balzola, Kelly, Greenfield, G. Stewart, Gill Sparrow, Fisher, Thompson, Lyon, Weaver Mills, Prichard, Pedigo, Milkov(Ch, Blackburn Mynheir, Brockenborough, White, Noe, Robinson Holland, Amberg, Simpson 299 ALPHA TAU OMEGA Who ' s that walking by? . . . What a life! . . . Darn that radio! . . . The ears have it . . . You ' ll be sorry! . . . Here it comes . . . Watch the birdie! . . . Going to class? . . . Balzola views the scenery . . . Scene at the formal . . . Here she comes, fellows! . . . Just returned from the conclave . . . Want a lift? . . . Chapter meets Charles Coburn . . . ATO Founders Monument 300 ALPHA TAU OMEGA M. Lackey, Ford, F. Mature, Sand, Sexton Geralds, Lyon, Nard, Humphries, Hali Williams, Gault, Baker, J. Lackey, Blakeman Cissell, Haycraft, Moorman, Harp, Elder McCIain, Moore, O ' Brien, J. Maturo, Benson Miller, Dolan 301 DELTA CHI Delta Chi was founded at Cornell University, October 13, 1890, and installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1914. Fraternity colors arc red and buff, and the white carnation is the flower. Professor William Tolman is the faculty advisor. Officers are Charles Chinn, president; Gene Harmon, vice president; Carl Dean, secretary; James Wesley, treasurer. Delfa Chi began the new school year by completing the excavation of the chapter house, a large game room, a dining room which doubles as a ballroom, and a kitchen ■ — almost. Entering teams in every iniramural event, the boys had a fairly successful season. Several of their outstanding athletes were injured during play, but the teams always put up a spirited fight. Paul Morgan was appointed social chairman, and the first thing planned was a skating party for rush week which went over with a bang. At Halloween the front of the chapter house looked like a nighimare from Mars — the most hideous looking pumpkin imaginable. A dance at the house was the climax of the evening. The booth at the Lances Carnival featured an old-time melodrama concerning Simon Legree. It was a three-act play, and superb acting {? ' ) was the byword. Other social activities included the inevitable beach parties, Herrington Lake outings, picnics, and dances. Members: Russell Beatty, Lee Bolt, Chorles Breckel, Douglas Brown, George Cannon, Paul Carlson, David Chapman, Charles Chinn, Robert Compton, Ernest Coulter, James Daniels, William Davis, Car! Dean, Gene Harmon, Charles Hendricks, Howard Human, Robert Johnston, Charles LeGette, Paul Morgan, Seth Nuckols, Mitchell Owens, William Peak, Paul Pratt, Tolmadge Reed, William Rooche, Murray Sheorord, Ray Ware, James Wesley. Pledges: Douglas Archer, Mike Barna, Walter Boone, Charles Caulk, George Christen, William Collins, Forest Davis, William Farra, John Ford, William Gardner, Kenneth Handy, Elbert Harber, James Hearn, Thomas Lawson, Donald Mendelson, Charles Mitchell, Allen Rarden, Steve Rauk, Thurston Taylor, Claud Toney. 302 DELTA CHI Reed, Brown, Wesley, Dean, Chinn Pratt, Coulter, Owen, Carlson, Bolt Breckel, Bowen, Davis, Morgan, LeGette Shearard, Ford, Nuckols, Johnston, Cannon Boone, Archer, Calk, Mitchell 303 DELTA CHI Party at Rogers Park . . . Lances Carnival booth . . . Scene at Rogers Park party . . . Backyard decorations . . . How much dirt can the cellar hold? . . . Feuding days . . . Where did that nail go? . . . I ' ll save you, mam . . . Hold it straight, fellows . . . Active and shield . . . Dancing at the Rogers Park party 304 DELTA CHI MRS. H. C. BOTTS DELTA CHI HOUSEMOTHER The first housemother in a fraternity at the University of Ken- tucky was Mrs. Henry Clay Botts (the boys call her " Molly B. " ). She came to the Sigma Nu house in 1930, and did so well vhat housemothers were mode compulsory. After being away in Florida, she returned to the campus in 1947 and took over as houserViother for Delta Chi. DELTA TAU DELTA Delta Tau Delta was founded at Bethany College, Virginia, in 1859, and now has 78 chapters. Delta Epsilon chapter was in- stalled on the University of Kentucky campus in 1924. The fraternity colors are purple, white, and gold; the flower is the Officers; Hugh Moorhead, president; Andrew Clark, president; Frank Bryson and Walter Roy, secretaries; Tatum, treasurer. Prior to September and the return to school, more than thirty Delts congre- gated at- the Shelter for a mass migration to the plush French Lick Springs, Indiana, resort hotel to attend the Karnea, biennial national convention. Kentucky ' s chorus, winner of the All-Campus Sing for ten out of twelve years, and the Purdue Delt chorus joined forces to present the " Karnea Sing, " a convention highlight. Meetings, banquets, the Karnea Ball, and convention routine added up to three days packed full of fellowship and fun. After a spirited Rush Week, Delts plunged into the fall semester and a maze of parties. A joint Joyland party with SAE headed the October agenda. In October, two buses of Delts and dates attended the Cincinnati game and were royally entertained by UC Delts with a buffet supper and dance. Climax- ing a healthy fall social schedule, the annual Christmas formal and impromp- tu parties sent Delts home for the holidays and much-needed rest. Winter and spring, with river parties, picnics, and house dances, rounded off by the traditional Orchid Formal, brought to an end a successful year for the fraternity. Delts were represented in oM phases of campus activity. Intra- mural athletics were sparked by the chapter ' s competition. The campus honoraries, ODK, Lamp and Cross, Scabbard and Blade, Lances, Tau Beta P i, Keys, and Phi Mu Alpha listed Delts among their members. Members: Dan Beam, David Beam, Robert Bell, Jim Brady, Lee Brewster, Frank Bryson, Tom Burke, Frank Cassidy, David Catron, Andrew Clark, Donald Combs, Robert Dean, Bill Dewitt, Charles Dougherty, Francis Faulconer, Jock Gutermuth, William Gutermuth, Doug- las Haynes, Roy Hays, Bill Hockensmith, Carl Lezius, Bill List, Robert McCowan, James Mokos, Hugh Moor- head, Robert Neal, Paul Nuchols, Bill Overhultz, Dick Overstreet, Charles Patrick, Earl Prater, Jock Pryor, Roy Randolph, Jack Reed, Herman Regan, Billy Mac Rhoads, Jim Riggs, Walter Roy, Henry C. Russell, John Russell, Don Sebastian, Robert Stephens, Robert Stew- art, Jim Stites, Jock Strother, Marvin Talbott, Omar Tatum, Ralph Tatum, Jock Thorp, Tom Townes, Bill Usher, George Vanderweyden, Jerry Wagner, John Walthall, Bill Wore, Pete Watson, Vernon West, H. B. Wright. Pledges: James Aldridge, Jack Ballantine, Jack Beatty, David Brown, Bill Brown, Kent Button, Ralph Calvert, Gaylord Cas- well, Earl Caudill, Fred Dorr, Benny Elkm, Jack Feirabend, Bill Don Grote, Courtney Hall, Jimmy Inman, Jerry Inman. John Jenkins, Melvin Jones, John Kaster, E. G. Lehman, Tom Lewis, Hank Locke, Roger Lowery, Doug Martin, T. Y. Mar- tin, Norman Martin, Willis Munro, Stanley Portmann, Tommy Radden, Warren Reynolds, Dick Rhodemyre, Jim Sandner, Bill Sexton, Phil Shannon, Don Sherlocke, Frank Southworth, Gus Stergoes, Robert Stone, John Tulley, Carl Turner, Bill Voor- hees, Clayton Webb, Al Wieman, Glenn Wills. 306 DELTA TAU DELTA iiifiii tfiiii ■■ R, Tatum, Bell, Bryson, Clark, Moorhead Wright, Walthall, Overhultz, DeWitt, Randolph Cassidy, Gutermuth, Faulconer, Pryor, Dean O. Tatum, Patrick, Brady, Rhoads, Stites McCowan, Neal, Ware, Talbott, Martin Townes, Brewster, Stephens, Feierabend, Mokas Watson, Burke, Combs, Riggs, Regan 307 DELTA TAU DELTA and dates trekked to Cmcy for the gams . . . Front porches v ere mads for Spring dances. Mir urious French Lick Springs . . . Vacation from con- points out " the best one " to Jim and Johnny. After-dinner joke of the Tatum type . . . Delts got mighty wet for a pmning that washed up . . Arrival at the Karnea, Delt national convention at centration via a fast and furious chess game A slide rule could never compute Sunshine ' s personality . . . Pluto Water DOES things, doesn ' t it, Mokev ' ' . . . The Delt — SAE dance at Joyland — Wotta party!! . . . Ralph ' s tennis form was well shown at French Lick . . . John Trout and Tau-kitty cat-nap, but Ralph is hard-put . . . Betty and Don, " George " and Moe at the Fall Rush Formal . . . Jeanne and Jim look happy after a good Sunday dinner . . . Prepprng for the Campus Sing, men? 308 DELTA TAU DELTA ii c. o i? ' tr Catron, Wills, Russell, Dorr, Jones, Tharp Caudill, Tully, Southworth, Stone, Reynolds, Wagner Sherlock, Turner, Caswell, Wiemann, Rhodemyre, Ballantii B. Browne, Aldridge, J. Inman, E. Inman, Hall, Calvert Martin, Grote, Jenkins, Lowery, Munro, Elkins D. Brown, Voorhees, Stergeos, Locke, Button, Sander Shannon, Radden, Beatty, Portmann 309 KAPPA ALPHA Kappa Alpha was founded at Washinc ton and Lee University in 1865 and now has 70 chapters. Theta chapter, installed at the University of Kentucl y campus, February 21, 1893, was the first fraternity organized on th3 campus. Crimson and old gold are the fraternity colors and the flowers are crimson rose and white magnolia. Members on the University faculty are Colonel G. T. MacKenzie, Harry Best, J. Logan Massie, C. C. Carpenter, J. Reid Sterrett, G. D. Bucknsr, J. W. Pryor. Dean C. C. Carpenter is the chapter ' s faculty advisor. Officers are Ford Waller, president; Warren Rogers, vice presi- dent; OIlie McCormick II, secretary; and Carl S. Ratliff, treas- Returning to the campus after a summer ' s rest, KA started the rush season with several stag parties, ending up with a dance in honor of the new pledges. Other social activities during the fall semester included open houses, dances, 3nd house parties. In intramural sports, the chapter was outstanding in the golf tournament. Don Grugin won the singles in the fall round. Highlighting the spring semester was the annual " Old South Ball " at which the men dressed as Confederate soldiers or southern gentlemen and the ladies as Southern belles. A Founder ' s Day banquet was held on January 1 5 to honor General Robert E. Lee, the fraternity ' s spiritual founder. Other activities for the spring days were beach parties, picnics, and a party at Herrington Lake. Members: Tom Baldwin 111, Frank V. Benton III, Bill Bird, James Blair, Robert Brown, Ray Burch, Willard Carmichoel, A. B. Chandler, Jr., Joseph Chenoult, Thomas Clore, Martin Concannon, Douglos Delano, Melvin Downs, Bud Durnil, Roy Enicks, John Gorman, William Griffin, Donald Grugin, Walter Hale, Jimmy J. Lewis, Earl Linville, Howard Logan, Greenberry Marshall, Joseph Mathews, OIlie McCormick II, Jack Money, Jimmy Morris, Robert O ' Brien, Carl S. Rat- liff, Warren Rogers, Ralph Rose, Harry Rouse, Blair Seaman, Bill Sloan, Holmes Smart, Paul Smith, Harold Snowden, Hal Steele, John Stout, Winfred Thomas, Robert Trimble, Kenneth Tudor, Robert Turley, F. Ford Waller, John Ward, Phil Weisenberger, David Wilson, William Winfree. Pledges: Fred Augsburg, William Carhartt, Temple Cole, War- ren Crockett, David Dick, Clenet Elles, James Heffernan, Alex Herndon, William Knight, Dick Maloney, William Mansfield, Bacon R. Moore III, William Muir, Charles Norman, Robert Palmer, Samuel Pottinger, William Rogers, Carl Russell, I. D. Russell, William Spillman, Ellis Taylor, Henry Taylor, Joseph Taylor, Gardner Turner, Thomas Wilborn, Harold Zeigler. 310 KAPPA ALPHA Ratliff, Rogers, McCormick, Benfon, Ford Turley, Smart, Griffin, Monel. Delano Weisenberger, Enicks, Brown, Linville. Wilson Hale, Winfree, Baldwin, Snowden, Stout Seaman, Bird, Carmichael, Concannon Blair, Grugin, Trimble, Sloan, Smith, Ward 311 KAPPA ALPHA Cosmopolitans . . . Southern gents . . . Southern lads and lassies . . . Fire chief carrying top weight . . . Idle hour . . . Going to the game . . . Someone lost a penny . . . The wives cut up . . . Mr. and Mrs. Turley swimming . . . This ain ' t no minuet . . . Down at the corner saloon 312 KAPPA ALPHA Ross, Tudor, Clare, Downs, Burch Logan, Chandler, Durnil, Lewis, Thomas Augsburg, Dick, Norman, Russell, Spillman Ellis, E. Taylor, J. Taylor, Herndon, Wilborn Turner, Moore, W. Rogers, Muir, Palmer Carhartt, Ringo, Heffernan, Potfinger, H. Taylor 313 KAPPA SIGMA Kappa Sigma was founded at the University of Virginia, De- cember 10, 1869. Beta Nu, one of 1 1 8 chapters, was installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1901. The frater- nity colors are scarlet, white, and green; the lily-of-the-valley is the flower. Faculty advisor is Frank D. Peterson. Officers are Virgil L. Christian, Jr., president; Lucas Floyd, vice president; Rupert E. Stivers, secretary; Charles M. Dunn, Kappa Sigma began its rushing activities approximately three days previous to the beginning of registration. First, a stag get-together was held on the Kentucky River, followed by a steak bar-b-que in the Kappa Sig back yard. Several house parties were organized so that rushees could entertain them- selves and their dates in the chapter house ' s newly-decorated basement. The week ended with a " Rushee Formal " at the Lexington Country Club. At the Halloween party, the house was decorated with a mammoth cardboard cat straddling the entrance. Its green eyes flashed on and off. Prizes were awarded for the outstanding costume. Kappa Sigma won the Homecoming decoration award this year. An inebri- ated-looking cat stood vigilance over on improvised still with the caption " This still is home " nearby. A huge cat representing Kentucky was busy on the other side feeding an alligator through a meat grinder. Dances, banquets, and house parties were the activities for the remainder of the year, with the climax the " Black and White Formal " held in May. Members: Harvey M. Allen, Jr., Richard Anderson, Rodney A. Beck, William R. Bennett, Clegg W. Berger, William E. Brandenberg, Jr., James R. Brown, Clifford L. Brumbaugh, Joseph W. Campbell, Virgil L. Chris- tian, Jr., David E. Combs, Allen W. Dougherty, John Dougherty, Frank W. Dempsey, Jr., Robert Lee Duff, Charles M. Dunn, Morce P. Dunn, Hugh P. Earle, Michael Edgeworth, Kenneth G. Felty, James E. Fethe, Lucas Floyd, Jr., James D. ord, Edward L. Fossett, William W. Goult, Robert Gipe, Dwoine E. Gullett, Billy L. Guy, Theodore M. Hoggord, Jock E. Hartfield Robert A. Heath, Fred F. Howard, William S. Huff- man, Milton Z. Kafoglis, Robert H. Kaiser, James R. Koyse, George C. King, John H. King, Wesley King, Joe Knight, Charles Koehler, Gerald E. LeMasters, Rol- lie D. Leach, Henry W. Lentz, Robert G. Lentz, Henry C. Lewis, Jr., English S. Lusby, Joseph B. McClain, Wallace G. McCollum, Joe David Miller, Harold G Mullins, Thomas Newman, Robert C. Norris, John R. Perkins, Harvey M. Pewitt, Donald C. Phelps, Clayton Powers, John O. Reynierson, Jr., Anthony F. Rotunno, James H. Simpson, Jr., Roger N. Stork, Jomes K. Steele, James B. Stewart, Rupert E. Stivers, Hogon D. Trammell, Charles I. Tucker, William Walls, Joseph F. Wothen, Glenn Weotherspoon, Robert P. Wesley, Wil- liam A. Whitehead, Jack K. Whitman, Roger P. Whit- ton, Jr., Martin G. Wilson, George I. Witt, Hubert C. Wright, Robert O. Young. Pledges; Dewey Allen, Robert Allen, Les Bryant, Don Buckley, James Carter, Vincent Cassily, Bob Conrad, David Eppley, Joe Foster, Norris Glenn, Alvin Humphreys, Jack Jones, Robert Koehler, Jack LaRue, Bob Martin, Don Moffett, John Morris, Bob Reynierson, Shelley Ryburg, Thomas Weeks, Ronald White, Ben Zaranka, Thomas Zinninger. 314 KAPPA SIGMA stivers, Dunn, Christian, Edgeworth G. King, Combs, Miller, Floyd Wtiitehead, Fossett, Pewitt, Fethe Whitman, Kayse, Knight, Kafoglis Wesley, Wathen, Bennett, Brumbaugh 315 KAPPA SIGMA Look out you all! house Guess who . . . Hallowe ' en Cat party . . . Homecoming decorations winner . . . Chapte 316 Feify, Hartfield, Lentz Ford, Kaiser, Dempsey Perkins, Beck, J. Reynierson Huffman, R. Reynierson, Howard Eppley, Allen, Moffatf 317 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston University m 1909. Epsilon Phi chapter, one of 128 chapters, was installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1930. Purple, green and gold are the fraternity colors; the white rose is the flower. Officers are Ellis Monach, president; James O. Brumett, vice president; Arthur Hendricks, secretary; Robert P. Duff, treas- urer. Alumni on the University faculty include Aubrey J. Brown, C. O. Mack, Thomas Hankins, William Ward, Frank McFarlan and Charles Acton. Lambda Chi Alpha started the new school year by moving into its new chapter house on Maxwell Street. Meals were served in the house, and a new house- mother, Mrs. Theodore Douglas, come to take charge of the brothers. Rushing was the big thing for the first few weeks, followed by several dances and open houses after the football games. The Woodchoppers Ball was held in January and it can be described only as " unlike nothin ' ever seen before. " In May the chapter held its annual Cres- cent Ball and selected its Crescent Queen for the year. In intramural sports, the Lambda Chi bowling team was runner-up in the winter, with one of its members being the individual high scorer. Outstanding members in campus activities were Gene Deskins, SGA; Allen Terhune, SGA and Kernel; and Bruce McCullough, Pi Tau Sigma. The chapter also obtained a mascot in ' 48- ' 49. A red cocker spaniel, it was appropriately named " E-PHI, " for the Epsilon Phi part of the chapter ' s name. Members: James Brummett, George Caughey, Donald Clark, C. V. Cooper, Robert Cox, H. H. Croft, Eugene Deskins, Robert Duff, Thomas Dwyer, James Eversole, Louis Fanning, Burdis Gideon, Abrohom Hommons, Charles Hawley, Franklin Hecker, Arthur Hendricks, Arthur Idleman, Sherwood Kirk, John Krumpelmon, Howard Locke, Benjamin Lutes, Ellis Monach, Charles Moore, William Morrow, Bruce McCullough, Robert McGehee, William Podkulski, Charles Reed, Samuel Ruark, William Siemens, Robert Smith, Don Stone, Al- len Terhune, James True, Ray Turner, Thomas Wuer- demon. Pledges: Steven Bartalsky, Kenneth Blevins, William Britton, Alfred Brooks, Carleton Brown, Joseph DeVita, Harold Dodson, Stanley Fizer, Joseph Hacker, Harold Hall, Leonard Hayes, Harold Hubbard, Dewey Johnson, Durward Kay, Leslie Lingen- felter, Robert Mills, Frederick Molsberger, James Newland, Edward Radin, Frank Randall, Edward Ray, Harry Staples, Horace Shewmaker, Damon Surgeoner, John Sutak, Edward Tackett, Douglas Thomas, Deuel Woodward. 318 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA ■Xk: tj (?, ' i U f ■ i kiVlc. l m M Hendricks, Monach, Hawley, Brummett, Duff Wurdeman, Terhune, Deskins, Hammons, Cox Stone, McCullough, Idleman, Siemans, Hecker McGehee, Dryer, Craft, Christian, Kirk Gideon, Smith, Cooper, Caughey, Lutes Eversole, Turner, True, Fanning, Reed 319 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA K M HSr ' lHBB tiT 1 ft ' A ' 3 ' Wb r« , Surveying the passing throng . . . Look at the photographer! . . . Want a lift? . . . Oh! What you said! Boonesboro party . . . Scene at the pool . . . Relaxation . . . Interesting bridge game . . . Athletics! Roark and Sutak pose . . . Scene at spring formal . . . Time out at the beach . . . Gene gives out! 320 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Moore, Morrow, Brooks, Locke, Cummings Devita, Podkulski, Ray, Brown, Dodson Newland, Johnson, Bartalsky, Radin, Hall Hubbard, Fizer, Tackett, Hacker, Woodward Sutak, Staples, Randall, Surgener, Kay Lingenfelter, Blevins, Mills, Shewmaker 321 PHI DELTA THETA Phi Delta Thet; argent •flower. was founded at Miami University, Oxford, ind now has 107 chapters. Kentucky Epsilon Med on the University campus in 1901. Azure the fraternity colors; the white carnation is Officers are James Pryor Hancock, president; Marshall Mc- Cann, vice president; Herman Kessler, secretary; James Volner, treasurer. Phi Delta Theta returned to the semester system by holding one of its largest rush seasons for several years. Stag smokers, buffet suppers, and dances were held for prospective pledges during registration week. Numbering sixty members, the Phi Delts had several outstanding men on campus — John Owens, ODK; Marshall McCann, Lances; and William Mc- Cann, Keys. Outstanding athletic representatives of the fraternity were Wallace Jones and John Stough, members of the basketball team, and Jim Howe, member of the football team. Entering teams in every intramural event. Phi Delta Theta had a successful season although not emerging final victor in any of the tournaments. Climaxing each semester was a formal held at the Phoenix Hotel. Other social activities included dances, open houses and the inevitable beach par- ties and picnics. Members; Art Asbury, Ted Bates, Forrest Bobbitt, John Browning, Jerry Caldwell, Luther Caldwell, David Cheek, Randy Childress, George Covington, Sandy Cummins, John Diskin, Garland Dummit, Bob Estill, Harry Feamster, Kent Floyd, Mac Gay, Bill Glltner, Bob Giltner, Pryor Hancock, Stuart Harlowe, Jim Howe, Dallam Harper, Tommy Harris, Hubert Hazelip, Jack Hibbs, Lafon Ingles, Eli Jackson, Wallace Jones, Ed Jorrett, Herman Kessler, Bill McCann, Marshall Mc- Cann, Ben Moore, Jim Mulloy, John Owens, Jack Park, Kem Penrod, Bert Pollitte, Charles Puryear, Ted Roy, Joe Richards, Bill Rogers, Jimmie Rowland, Joe Schoept, Ken Scroggins, Clarence Short, Thomas Smith, Hub Spencer, John Stough, Bill Sutton, Dove Thomas, Forrest Thompson, Tom Underwood, Bob Vatter, Jim Volner, Bill Word, Stan White, Ed Whitfield, Allan Wood. Pledges: Crawford Anderson, Norris Armstrong, Jack Barrett, Sam Collins, John Ewing, William Hall, Bob Hoppe, William Nichols, Harold Potts, Tom Ray, Harold Rose, Walter Under- wood, Henry Potts Young. 322 PHI DELTA THETA Hancock, M. McCann, Kessler, C. Puryear, Voln Hazehp, Rrchards, Sutton, Harris, Caldwell R. Puryear, Rogers, Penrod, White, Estill Covington, Jackson,, Wood, Moore, Thomas Browning, Short, Giltner, Smith, Scroggins 323 PHI DELTA THETA Lances Carnival booth . . . Don ' t drop it . . . Penny at the Carnival . . . Scene at the house . . . Here it goes, men! . . . Interview at Joyiand . . . Congratulations . . . Going up . . . Time our for a picture . . . Scene at spring formal dance . . . Bertha taking a stroll . . . May Day Float 324 PHI DELTA THETA e. ' . t ■| !p r- ' :■ ik Pollitte, Caldwell, Stough, Diskin, Owens Whitfield, Schoepf, Hibbs, Mulloy, Spencer Asbury, W. McCann, Jouett, Cheek, Floyd Hall, Underwood, Rose, Childress, Ward Young, Nichols, Barrett, Anderson, Ray Potts, Ewing 325 PHI KAPPA TAU Phi Kappa Tau was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in 1906. Kappa chapter, one of 68 national chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1920. The fra- ternity colors are Harvard red and old gold; the red carna- tion is the flower. Robert Mills is the chapter ' s faculty ad- Officers are Jeptha president, Matthew Hall, president; John H. Heick. vice Downer, secretary; Robert M. Doyle, The Phi Taus began the new year by getting settled in their new house on South Broadway, purchased the previous year. Quarters for twenty-five men were finished and plans to construct a combined basement game room and kitchen went forward. The chapter made a good showing in the intramurals, its football team win- ning first place by virtue of six straight victories, but losing to the Delt team in a hard fought battle. Several Phi Taus were picked for the first All-Star team. At the Lances Carnival, the " First Church of Phi Kappa Tau " was third in money received. Theta pledge Harriet " Sitty " Russell was selected the " Dream Girl of Phi Kappa Tau. " She was presented a cup and the traditional red carnations in intermission activities at the annual Homecoming Formal at the Country Club. An invitation from Terry Moore to attend the Louisville premiere of her first starring role in " The Return of October " as her personal guests was received by the chapter. Terry called the fellows " a bunch of Glenn Fords " and was elected the chapter ' s " non-Schnookle Girl. " Regular rushing parties, picnics, outings to Herrington Lake, house dances, the Founders Day banquet and parties at various night clubs were held in the spring. Members: Joe Amato, Ken Ashby, Jessie Bollinger, Bert Carlton, Bill Chandler, George Conway, Tom De- venny. Matt Downer, Bob Doyle, Jock Enders, Harry Glass, Tom Graham, Roy Hall, Bill Hammock, John Heick, Bob Holbrook, Emmett Holbrook, Ben Jackson, Ken Kasey, Harold Lockwood, Dick Martin, George Martin, Ted Marye, Bob McDoniels, Jim McNeal, Harold Rice, Bob Robertson, Bill Rogers, Poul Sears, Eddie Self, Jim Shackelford, Bill Shulenburg, Charles Smith, John Steele, George Tye, Wallace Bowers, Charles Wills, Bill Williams, John Vigle. Pledges: Tom Barnes, Edward Barnett, George Blackstone, Bill Boles, Warren Briggs, Jim Brownfield, Hugh Cassell, Wayne Crowe, Dick Daniels, Tom Faulkner, Joe Giles, Jim Glass, Bill Harper, Bob Hyatt, Ken Jones, Calvin Kelley, John King, Ken Skinner, Alvin Terry, Bill Trent, Bill Welch, Charles Young, Harry Stumbo. 326 PHI KAPPA TAU Downer, Doyle, Hall, E. Holbrook, Heick Rice, Wills, Enders, Jackson, Vigle Self, Lockwood, G. Martin, Ashby, Amato Conway, Wallace, McNeal, Tye, DeVenny Bollinger, Kasey, Sears, R. Martin, Robertson McDaniels, Smith, R Holbrook, Hammack, Marys 327 PHI KAPPA TAU May Day Float . . . Race at Herrington Lake . . . What ' s this? . . . Getting another ticket . . . Meal time . . . Jenny furnishes the scenery . . . Hay ride special . . . Picnic day . . . Late sleeper . . . Viewing the passing parade . . . Just married . . . What a team! ... A long, low whistle . . . Scene at the lake . . . Schemers at work . . . Lances Carnival booth . . . Another scene at the picnic . . . Chapter house . . . Test tomorrow . . . Collision coming? 328 PHI KAPPA TAU 4 fe i4il: ; li v i H. Glass, Chandler, Carlton, Shackelford, Schulenberg Starnes, Cassell, Graham, Barnett, Young Massie, Briggs, Lucas, Shelton, Harper Barnes, Blackstone, Stumbo, Trent, Giles Faulkner, Skinner, Daniel, Jones, Welch King, J. Glass, Boles, Terry 329 PHI SIGMA KAPPA Phi Sigma Kappa was founded at Massachusetts State College in 1873 and now has 52 chapters. Phi Deuteron chapter was in- stalled at the University of Kentucky in 1926. Fraternity colors are silvar and magenta; the flower is the red carnation. Alum- ni advisor IS A. L. Atchison. Alumni on the University faculty include Dean Paul P. Boyd. Dean Edward Weist, E. A. Bureau, George R. Gerhard, George W. Whitlow. Officers are Walter Patrick, dent, J. C. Powell, secretar ' Dresident; Fred Coplin, Don Hall, treasurer. On returning to the campus the past year, Phi Sigma Kappa possessed the highest enrollment that the local chapter has ever achieved. Campus activities during the first semester included the winning of first place in the annual Lances carnival, receiving the second-place award in the Omi- cron Delta Kappa tag sales contest, and placing second in the intramural volleyball tournament. Social activities included a variety of informal dances and house parties in addition to a Christmas formal in December. Spring activities included the annual Founders Day dinner-dance in March, and a formal held in May. Other parties were held at Boonesboro Beach and at Herrington Lake. Chapter teams engaged in intramural sports and had a successful season. Two outstanding former members of the chapter at the University this year were Dean Emeritus Paul B. Boyd of the College of Arts and Sciences, and Professor Ernest A. Bureau, head of the electrical engineering department of Ihe College of Engineering. Members are Fred Ament, Jackson Asher, Charles Barker, William Bixler, Harry Boaz, John Bridges, Kelly Bruce, Bill Byron, J. T. Cavender, James Pat- rick Conley, Fred Coplin, William Dole, Ordie Davis, Donald Dodson, Walter Ears, George Fugote, Robert Grober, Donald Hall, Darrell Hancock, John Hays, James Hazel, Walter Hogge, Harold Holtzclaw, Carol Houchen, Jerry Johnson, Elliott Jones, Winfield Leathers, Lelond Lewis, Robert Linehan, Frank Ma thics, John Meyer, Kenneth Midkiff, Thomas Mont gomery, James Murphy, Robert Nikolas, James North cutt, Burl Phillips, Richard Pigmon, William Poe, J. C Powell, Thomas Prother, Henry Rowlings, Frank Rey nolds, Edwin Rice, William Robb, Byron Romanowitz Doug Ross, J. J. Rudy, Robert Rupard, John Soper, William Sprogens, James Strother, Robert Summers, Redwood Taylor, William Tuttle, Homer Walker, Ron- ald Walker, Paul Whelan, Henry White, William Whitehouse, Holland Wintsch, Charles Wood, Buchan- nan Wrench. Pledges are Paul Adams, S. R. Barlow, Fred Barrick, David Bentley, John Blankenship, Tom Brooks, John Bruckert, Bern- ard Burchett, Bronson Callihan, Charles Clark, William Crews, Jr., Don DeBoer, William Ernest, William Fields, Charles Flem- ing, Alex Frame, Carl Genito, Clyde Hamrti, Leon Humphrey, John D. Idleman, A. J. Mangione, William Martin, Charles Ma- thias, Mac Morgan, Charles Oakley, Robert Pittman, Clifford Richarson, George Rybolt, Eugene Stevens, Calvin Sullivan, Robert Terril, Dan Tuttle, Robert Wa es, Joseph Wojtowicz, Woodrow Yankee. 330 PHI SIGMA KAPPA IM Coplin, Patrick, Hall, Jones, Powell Phillips, Northcutt, Rupard, Holtzclaw, Walker Whelan, Fugate, W. Tuttle, Hancock, Wrench Hogge, Prather, Cecil, Asher, Taylor Eads, Spragens, Bryon, Reynolds, Robb Cavender, Soper, Hays, Summers, Ross 331 PHI SIGMA KAPPA Party at Springhurst . . . Westward Ho! . . . That ' s Jim behind the bush . . . Judy Sheets, Moonlight Girl and Don . . . Waiting for the wrecker . . . Wonderful shot . . . Sweeney and Ross at dance . . . Judy and Don take it easy . . . " Bicycle for two " . . . Montgomery poses . . . Tom Andrews at the national convention . . . May Day Float . . . Ruth Sawyer, national moonlight girl ... Jim and Elly at the costume party . . . John and June Hays at the wedding reception . . . Rupard, John and " Cy " 332 PHI SIGMA KAPPA Ml wl Iv o e p p M . :i v%Ai .i . Bruce, Hazle, Rice, Johnson, F. Mathias, Whitehouse, Grober Romaniwitz, Lewis, Linehan, White, Meyer, Nikolas, Conley Dale, Montgomery, Walker, Ament, Poe, Rudy, Bruckert Boaz, Dodson, Bridges, Pigman, Idleman, Wages, Bentley Clarke, Stevens, Richardson, Sutlivan, Crews, Adams, Pitman Morgan, Burchett, Callihan, Rybolt, Brooks, Martin, Fleming Fields, Blankenship, Hamm, Mangione, Ernest, Frame, C. Mathias Yankee, Woitowicz, Barlow, D. Tuttle, DeBoer, Oakley, Barrick 333 PI KAPPA ALPHA Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at th3 University of Virginia. March 1 , 1 868. Omega chapter, one of 92 national chapters, was installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1901. Garnet and old gold are the fraternity colors; the flower is ;he lily-of-the-valley. Dr. Robert Haun is the faculty advisor. Members in the faculty are Dr. H. H. Downing and Dr. John Melzer. Officers are William Stoll, president; Walter Ferguson, vice president; J. Jerald Johnston, treasurer; Joseph Craig, secre- lary. Pi Kappa Alpha began the new semester with the usual rush parties, climax- ing rush season with the annual Pledge Queen dance at the Country Club. Betty Nash, Kappa Kappa Gamma, was selected as this year ' s winner. An- other feature of the dance was the introduction of the new pledges. Homecoming decoration was a completely walled-in fort called " Fort Ken- tucky " surrounding the chapter house. Pi Kaps who were elected to campus offices were John McLaughlin, president of Interfraterniy Council; Sidney Neai, president of Veterans Club; and Cline Duff, president of the Freshman " Y " Club. In intramural sports. Pi Kappa Alpha had representatives for all divisions throughout the year. All teams gave good showings. Outstanding spring social event was the Pi Kap Dream Girl dance at the Governor ' s Mansion in Frankfort. (Governor Earle Clements is a Pi Kappa Alpha alumnus.) Other activities included dances, banquets, beach parties, and open houses. Members are Jomes Barlow, William Barrows, James Bassham, William Blue, Charles Browning, Robert Caldwell, Williom Carl, Robert Carlisle, Robert Carter, William Clark, Thomas Collins, Conley Congleton, Earl Cottrell, Joseph Craig, Paul Cunningham, Howard Curry, Brian Dougherty, Wesley Dickens, Donald Donohue, Albert Drake, Charles Fergus, Bruce Fergu- son, Walter Ferguson, William Fisher, Bain Foster, Kenneth Fortune, Robert Harrison, E. K. Hobson, Wil- liam Honaker, Bruce Hopper, Robert Hutchinson, J. Jerald Johnston, Warren Kennedy, Elmer Lieber, James Long, Glenn Martin, John McLaughlin, George Mills, Sidney Neal, Phillip Pearce, Robert Pryor, Ed- ward Reese, William Samuel, Jack Schiffle, Richard Shields, Reeves Stoll, Richard Stoll, William Stoll, Charles Thurston, Robert Violette, Gale Warner, James Wash, William Wash, William Welch, James Wessels, Richard C. Witt. Pledges are Richard Ammons, James Aldndge, R. T. Avers Dewey Benson, Clarence Beston. Gayle Caldwell, James Cald- well, Cline Duff, Charles Eakin, Robert Gregory, William Greg- ory, James Johnson, Thomas Kelley, Paul Knapp, Henry Ma- loney, Craton Moves, Charles Pentecost, Jerry Reece, Robert Rollins, Roger Salot, Robert Swietermari, John Truitt, Robert Wellingham, Renord Wood. 334 PI KAPPA ALPHA Collins, Craig, W. Stoll, Neal, W. Ferguson, Johnson McLaughlin, Blue, Kennedy, Hixson, Barker, Duerr Fisher, Lyie, Pearce, Browning, Fortune, Bennett Kreutz, Cottrell, Wills, Martrn, Moreland, Schffli Foster, W. Nash, Cayce, Clark, Harrison, Daughertv Hutchinson, Curry, Mills, Samuel, B. Ferguson, R. Pryor 335 PI KAPPA ALPHA Break at formal dance ... Pi Kap Pledge Queen . . . Betty gets her crown . . . Another break at dance Gloria in a happy moment . . . Scene at pledge queen dance 336 PI KAPPA ALPHA E. Reese, Drake, Thurston, Schild, Violette, Honaker Donahue, Fergus, J. Wash, Long, Carlisle, Welch C. Stoll, Dicken, R. Stoll, Bassham, Congleton, Hobson Carl, Witt, Warner, Pentecost, Barlow, Cunningham R. Gregory, Johnson, Wood, Knapp, Willingham, W. Gregory Maloney, Swieterman, J. Reese, Salot, Duff, J. Caldwell 337 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the Univedsity of Ala- bama on March 9, 1856, Epsilon chapter, one of I 1 9 chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1900. Frater- nity colors are purple and gold; the flower is the violet. Facul- ty advisor is Grady Sellards. Office Jr., VK L. Carter, treasure are Stuart Mahurin, president, Edward T. Breathitt, vice president; Gentry E. McCauley, Jr., secretary; Robert Members returning from summer vocation found new dining room furniture and new interior decorating in the living room of the SAE house. Leading social events for the fall semester were the Homecoming dinner and dance, at which alumnus Keen Johnson was guest speaker, and a Christmas formal, December 10. Several other dances were held. In intramural competition, SAE had teams in every sport. Its teams won the golf and tennis doubles matches. In the annual SAE-KA pledge touch foot- ball game, the SAE pledges brought the traveling trophy back to the house. Scholarship cups were presented to several members who had a standing of two or better in an effort to raise the fraternity standing. SAE was near the top in fraternity standings last year. During the Christmas season, the chapter gave a party for youngsters of the Colored Orphans Home of Lexington. Spring activities included the annual pledge Valentine Dance; the Founders Day dinner and dance; and the Spring Formal. Members are Frank H, Bassett III, Bryan W. Blount III, Edward T. Breathitt, Jr., William C. Brown, Jr.. Ro ' ?ert L. Carter, John C. Clay, Robert M. Coleman, Ra mond Connell, Harold L. Cornett, William F. Cowgill, Robert B. Cragor, John Crockett, Clayton Cruise, Anthony Dallas, Robert W. Darlington, John W. D3VIS, James A. Dixon, William E. Endicott, John C. Everett III, Doctor T. Ferrell, Wilham V. Fishback, Louis M. Ford, John R. Gillespie, Ambrose W. Givens, Gerald R. Griffin, Joseph W. Hall, Lawrence B. Hammett, John Hancock, William H. Hard- ing, Robert D. Hatchett, Gene Hogwood, Charlie S. Holland, Kent Hollingsworth, Hal T. Hughes, Charles O. Humston, Harold T. Hunt, Carroll W. Jacobs, Jr.. Samuel C. Johnson, Lawrence R. Jones, Jr., William T. Latta John H. Lebus, James Lewis, Frank M. Long, William C. Lowry, Fred W. Luigart, Gentry E. McCauley, Jr., John W. McCord, Jr., Stuart Mahurin, Finley M. Mayes, Robert T. Mayes, Edward W. Miles, Robert M. Miller, George B. Montgomery, Jr., George H. Moore, Joseph F Newell, John H. Newton, Julian Nichols, Joseph L. Osier, Jack D. Razor, Paul Rice, James C. Riddle, Harry K. Rogers, Jr., Don Ross, Robert F. Routt. Robert M. Shearer, Ronald E. Shiflet, Leonard B. Shouse III, Thomas J. Smith IV, Edward Taylor, Lee C. Truman, Jr., Baylor Van Meter, Jr., Alfred B. Vimont, Earl D. Wallace, Jr., Roy A. Wallace, Jr., Walter C. Wallace, Graden N. Walter, William E. Wardman, John C. Watkins, Howard G. Wilkerson, Richard M. Womack, Woodson T. Wood, J. Craig R. Wright, Charles W. Young, Jr. Pledges are Robert L. Aspley, Clark Beauchamp, Charles M. Boone, George L. Cleveland, Franklin Coats, George C. Criscil- lis, Jr., Fred C. Davis, Jack S. Davis, Josh Denham, Charles H. Dishman III, Gene B. Downing, James V. Duncan, Jr., John C. Hammond, Julian D. Hatchett. James Hendricks, Myron S. Hill, James R. Holland, Harris S. Howard, Joseph M. Joyner, Jr., John S. Kelley, Phillip C. Kingsberry, Thomas E. Kirk, James W. Lucas, Alan E. Marsh, Richard M. Mattmiller, Her- bert A. Moore, Roy J. Moreland, Charles M. Newton, Wynn L. Radford, Alexander Robertson, William D. Rodes, John Alden Rodgers, Edward I. Scrivner, Jr., William C. Sparks, Bosworth M. Todd, Jr., Lucian C. Whitaker, Jr., Kyle Whitehead, Jr. 338 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON g r. ft 3 kll.i . ,1 ' ;,. iHrii; K Jr Kfei . Mahunn, Carter, Everett, Breathitt, R. Wallace, McCauley, Hall Hollingsworth, Hancock, Wilkirson, Colemari, Gillespie, Cornett, W. Wallace Ford, Routt, Riddle, Young, Cregor, Hunt, J. W. Davis Taylor, Cowgill, Ferrell, Blount, Hogwood, C. Holland, Cruise Brown, Latta, Rice, Wood, McCord, Shearer, Lowry M. Mayes, Shiflet, Fishback, Crockett, J. Newton, Givens, Jones Clay, Womack, Humston, Bassett, R. Mayes, Miles, Smith 339 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Lances Carnival rat race . . . Truman and Rogers with dates . . . New pledge? . . . Bob Cregor " outstanding pledge " . . . Fifty year pin presentation . . . Kinnaird, Kessinger and dates . . . Hancock, Walters and dates . . . May Day Float . . . Breathitt and Cowgiil at spring formal 340 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Wafkins, Dallas, R. Hatcheft, Ross, Griffin, Nichols, Wardman Miller, Kelley, Dixon, Endicott, Luigart, Lebus, Johnson Cleveland, Sparks, Boone, Shouse, Hughes, Jacobs, Harding Whitaker, Moore, Marsh, Scrivner, Lewis, J. Hafchett, Todd Rodes, Kingsbury, Moreland, Dishman, Radford, Hammond, Jack Davis C. Newton, R. Holland, Aspley, Joyner, Mattmiller, Duncan, Howard Criscillis, Coats, F. Davis, Kirk, Downing, Lucas, Beauchamp Rodgers, Denham, Hendrix, Robertson 341 SIGMA CHI Sigma Chi was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, June 28, 1855, and now has 108 chapters. Lambda Lambda chapter was installed on the University of Kentucky campus March 31, 1893. Blue and gold are the fraternity colors and the white rose is the flower. Dr. C. D. Phillips is the faculty advisor. Officers are Ray Turley. president; Don Robinson, vice presi- dent; Isaac Rouse, secretary; Lloyd Chilton, treasurer. Fall rush week started the new school year ' s activities for Lambda Lambda chapter of Sigma Chi. Open houses and buffet suppers were the highlights. During this week, special tribute was paid to Joan Rehm, 1948-49 Sweetheart of the chapter. Joan entered competition for National Sweetheart Girl and came in runner-up. Athletics grabbed the spotlight following rush week and the football team annexed the intramural championship for the third straight year. After the football season, the annual Fall Formal was held at the Lexington Country Club. Following the Christmas vacation attention again was focused on athletics. The chapter volleyball team won their third straight crown. February was highlighted by the annual tea given by the Mother ' s Club for the faculty and friends of the chapter. Rush week again came to the fore. In the spring months attention turned to the annual Sweetheart Dance which was held in the Student Union. Spring also brought on the advent of the fourth Sigma Chi Best Dressed contest. The contest was directed by Bill Benjamin. Outstanding leaders on the campus were Ed Barnes, Lamp and Cross; Shep- herd Lowman, YMCA; Don Robinson, Lamp and Cross, and Gibson Downing, SGA representative. Members are Charles Adams, Bill Allen, Dick Beal, Bill Benjamin, Paul Bickel, Bib Boulter, Bill Branch, Ed Brooking, Andy Brown, Harry Carl, Lloyd Chilton, Jim Clayton, Gardner Coombs, Columbus Downing, Jim Durham, Dick Endicott, Don Evans, Lidge Faul- coner. Shir Folger, Dick French, Tom Givhon, Harry Gorhom, Don Graham, Bob Holder, Wallace Horine, Bill Hoskins, Bob Kretschmer, Owen Lewis, Shep Low- mon, Charles McMeekin, Mark Maggard, Joe Monius, John Marlowe, George Martin, James May, Howard Mayhew, Paul Mayhew, Gordon Menne, Andy Moats, Jim Moore, John Morrow, Wynn Mosely, Sam Neace, Dave Phillips, Roy Remmers, Don Robinson, Ike Rouse, Don Russell, Don Seaman, Dove Shropshire, Bill Sim- rail, Bill Smith, Tom Smith, Glen Stokes, Berkley Stur- gill, Charles Tackett, Doll Thorpe, Harold Thurman, Harry Trent, Ray Turley, Charles Wochtmon, Gil Whit- tenberg, George Williamson, George Willmott, Jack Womock, Charles Woodward, Sing Yeary. Pledges are Tom Alexander, Chase Allen, Robert Allen, Don Antle, Henry Bickel, Bill Boggs, Jim Bradley, Bob Calvert, Hugh Card, Jim Carl, Pete Collins, Bill Fletcher, Gene Franz, Dick Haas, John Heinz, Dick Holway, Bob Kays, George Law- son, Jess Maloney, Ray Meyer, Jack Moon, Ray Porter, Bill Prichard, Tom Tabb, Jim Thomas, Carl Walker, Don Wiggins, Stan Wiggins, Charles Wise, Charles Yeary. 342 SIGMA CHI Lowman, Rouse, Robinson, Chilton, Turley Marlowe, Lewis, Gorhan, Williamson, Downing Thurman, Russell, Sturgill, Moseley, Womack Remmers, T. Smith, Phillips, Woodward, G. Smith Shropshire, Thorp, Willmot, Neace, Whittenburg Honne, H. Mayhew, Folger, Stokes, Tackett 343 SIGMA CHI Show boat rhythm . . . Oh, you Lyde! . . . Scene at spring formal . . . Jalopy days . . . Best dressed contest . . . California art review . . . Ike Rouse and Betty Strunk pose ... Ed Barnes and wife at game . . . We wonf . . . Best Dressed Contest parade . . . Serenade bound . . . What ' ll you have, stranger! . . . Chapter officers . . . Scene at Lances booth 344 w SIGMA CHI «. ' ' r. Ci Moore, Branch, Maggard, Menne, P. Mayhew, May, Graham Wachtman, Adams, 5. Yeary, Morrow, Moats, Clayton, P. Bickel Evans, Boulter, Burham, Brooking, Hoskcns, Martin, Endicott Moon, Heinze, Collins, H. Bickel, Card, Brown, Kays Allen, J. Carl, Meyers, Alexanderm, D. Wiggins, Walker, Mainous C. Yeary, Anthe, Lawson, Calvert, Franz, S. Wiggins, Haas Thomas, Prichard, Boggs, Tabb. Wise, Bradley, Maloney 345 SIGMA NU Sigma Nu was founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869. Gamma lota chapter, one of 102 chapters, was installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1902. Black, gold, and white are the fraternity colors; the flower is the white rose. Members on the University faculty include Dean A. D. Kirwan- Mjurica W. Long, and Paul Bryant. Officers are Frederick E. Nichols, president; Charles M. Pritch- ett, vice president; Gilbert L. Siria, secretary; Paul L. Dilling- ham, treasurer. Improvements for the Sigma Nu house for the year included a new central heating system, complete veneering of the entire house, and a new inlaid floor on the second story. A faculty tea was given in February. The two annual formals were held at the Lexington Country Club in December and May. Most outstanding social event of the year was the all-Greek barbecue held in the chapter house back yard. Barbecue was served to more than 1200 guests with the " Greek Meet Greek " theme holding forth. The Sigma Nu glee club was a guest choral group at Central Christian and Calvary Baptist Churches as well as at the Young Women ' s Club of Lexington. In intramural sports, Sigma Nu entered teams in every event. Though not emerging as victor in any of the tournaments, the teams won over half of their games. Outstanding Sigma Nus on campus this year were Ted Haley, president of .Men ' s Glee Club; Frederick Nichols, ODK; and William Cropper, Alpha Zeta. Members are John Abel, David L. Adams, Frank A. Atkins, Erwin F. Albrecht, Jr., John Baldridge, Wil- liam Beuttel, John C. Booe, Morgan C. Boyd, Robert N. Brumfield, Robert O. Buckner, Leslie M. Clark, Robert E. Clements, James Cox, William B. Cropper, John S. Crosthwaite, Paul L. Dillingham, Robert W. Dodd, Carl V. Evans, Roger H. Groson, A. L. Golightly, Glenn Hoagensen, Ted Davis Haley, Louis E. Ham- mack, Ralph K. Hommerle, William B. Hornbock, Hal W. Johnston, Philip G. Johnston, Robert D. Kincheloe, Lomarr R. Kissling, John V. Lorkin, Maurice W. Long, James T. Mattingly, John McCoy, James Morse, G. Robert Moseley, Robert Nave, Frederick Nichols, Robert Paris, Elkins Payne, A. G. Poe, Samuel Powell, Charles Pritchett, John Quertermous, William Rey- nolds, King Rice, Fred Schmidt, Robert Simmons, Earl Sirio, Gil Siria, Victor Stutz, William Survant, Stanley Tartar, William Totty, Clyde Watts, Kenneth K. West, S. J. Whalen, Edwin Zuerner. Pledges are James W. Atkins, Bruce BIythe, William Boiler, Ray Brown, Bobby Clint Cayce, Robert Cram, William Eaton, Paul Foster, Gene Hatfield, William Jarter, Leonard Kernen, Medley Ling, William Mackebee, Robert Marcuzzi, Robert Rus- sell, Don Schardin, Fred Schleifer, Tom Spain, Conrad Steiner, Paul Sullivan, J. D. Vaughn, William Wannamaker, James Warder, William Yates. 346 SIGMA NU Dillingham, G. Siria, Nichols, Watts, Hornback Grason, Survant, Evans, Haley, Whalen Adams, Crosthwaite, Clark, Poe, Moseley Paris, Kissling, Morse, Krncheloe, Totty Long, Baldridge, E. Siria, Buckner, Stutz Hammerle, Boyd, Abel, Rice, Larkin 347 SIGMA NU Quite a sight, eh, Hornback? . . . Publicity and pledges . . . Yay-Rah-Rah . . . Kmcheloe, Chi O ' s and popcorn . . . Robert Earl and Barbara . . . Group at the house . . . Quertermous plays, Booe sings . . . Cokes at the ball game . . . Chow time . . . Pritchett spends the afternoon in the backyard . . . Three fires . . . Founders . . . Barbecue . . . Matt speaks a few words for the press . . . Payne tells a joke 348 SIGMA NU Brumfield, Booe, Mattingly, Albrecht, F. Atkins, Tarter Johnson, Quertemous, Golightly, West, Beuttel, Hammack Yates, Spain, McCoy, Johnston, Schmidt, Nickell Kernen, Sullivan, Schleiter, Clements, Payne, Cox BIythe, Cayce, Schardein, Sterner, Brown, Eaton Tarter, J. Atkins, Hatfield, Russell, Mackebee, Marcuzzi Grain, Vaughn 349 SIGMA PHI EPSILON Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded at the University of Richmond in 1901. Kentucky Alpha, one of 90 chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in March, 1933. Purple and red are the fraternity colors; violets and roses are the flowers. R. E. Shaver is the faculty advisor. Alumni on the Universitv fac- ulty are R. E. Shaver, Robert Morgan, and Rhea Taylor. Officers are Charles Whaley, c president; William R. Harrod, treasurer. iident; Charles Oberst, vice jcretary; Robert Utterback, The " party, party " boys, upon returning from summer vacation, started off the new social season in great style. Events, ranging from stag get-togethers to Country Club dances, were held consecutively for the first week, mainly for rushing purposes, but also to allow the brothers to get acquainted with the new crop of luscious co-eds. However, classes soon started and more serious thoughts came to mind. Studies were the main topic of conversation, but all work and no play would have the inevitable result — so the traditional Saturday nights at Joyland come into vogue again. Outstanding social event of the year was the annual Dream Girl dinner-dance at the Lexington Country Club. Joanne Graham, Kappa Delta, won Sig Ep hearts along with the title and golden trophy. Other high points were the Homecoming Breakfast Dance, Masquerade Boll, and Spring Formal. The alumni reunion was a big stag event. In campus honors Charles Whaley took the lead by being elected to Phi Beta Kappa while holding down the editorship of the Kentuckion and presidency of SuKy. Jim Line was Lances president, while Bob Wharton was secre- tary. Wharton, Line, and Whaley were ODK ' s; Howard Morgan was Phalanx president; and Davis Fields was a Pershing Rifles wheel. Students chose Don Spears as " Li ' l Abner " for 48-49. The Sig Ep Saga, national winner as the top fraternity newspaper, continued its progress with Karl Christ, Kentuckion associate editor, as editor, while Jim Line and Roger Day made great strides as Rupp basketeers. Members are Robert Arbuckle, Harrison Bailey, Jock Bailey, Joe Ballard, Jack Borrowmon, Joe B ennewitz, Robert Breeden, Gerald Britt, Calvin Buechele, Charles Byerly, Karl Christ, Cornell Clarke, James Clarkson, Harry Dougherty, Roger Day, Charles Dorroh, Tom Drescher, Melvin Duke, Douglas Ey, Davis Fields, Wil- liam Gentry, William Hall, Everett Holstead, James Hamilton, William Harrod, Charles Hatcher, Joseph Hibbs, William Holeman, Ted Howard, Cal Jones, Donald Jones, Jack Kain, Mac Kenny, William Low- son, Robert E. Lee, James Line, Gene McMurray, Ed Mills, Hoyden Mills, Herbert Mills, Howard Morgan, Wolly Morgan, Charles Oberst, Paul Parker, Roger Pate, Thomas Porter, Ed Rankin, Don Rowlings, Wil- liam Reese, Roy Rose, William Samuels, Don Soylor, Charles Shorpe, Ralph Shelby, William Slone, Donald Speors, Paul Steely, Roy Stone, William Toler, Ernest Triplett, Robert Utterback, Williom Voorhes, Richord Walker, Jack Woymon, Chorles Whaley, Robert Whar- ton, David Yeiser. Pledges are Abraham G. Allen, Max Ankey, Charles Duncan Asher, John Baldwin, Don Batten, John Bicknell, Doug Chenault, Dan Clark, Albert Cox, Wilfred H. Duncan, Frank Drake, Gene Escandon, Bryce Franklin, William Green, Robert Griffith, John Griggs, Freeland Harris, William Hamilton, Richard Heironimus, Chesley Holloman, Neal Howard, David Lewis, Robert McDonald, Felix Martin. Jr., Dinwiddie Mathis, Carl Melton, Jack Moore, William O ' Bannon, Bruce Owens, Billy Rice, Emmett Rogers, John Runyon, Hank Schimpeler, Carlos Scott, Paul Scott, David Sebree, Clyde Spears, Dan Sul- livan, Chauncey Suter, Henry Cabbell Utiey, Bib Werner, Wil- liam White, Harold Wilson. 350 SIGMA PHI EPSI LON Ballard, H. Morgan, Wayman, Whaley, Obersf Chnsf, Bennewdz, Barrowman, Harrod, Arbuckle Voorhes, Clarke, J. Jones, Pate, Hatcher Utterback, Walker, H. Bailey, Saylor, Slone Steely, Wharton, Triplett, Fields, Lee McMurray, J. Bailey, Clifford, Kenney, Line Duke, Rankin, Halstead, D. Jones, Byerly 351 SIGMA PHI EPSILON Escandon and Hamilton calling signals . . That s no bad looking girll . . . " Corky " Clarke, outstanding senior . . . Buddies . . . Serenade night . . . Come on, you team! . . . Harrod taking a stroll . . . Utterback ' s not interested in the game . . . Whaley, Stone, and Christ perform at the Masquerade party . . . Going to class . . . Scene at spring formal . . . Rankin loses his head . . . Walker and Jones operate . . . Scene at the chapter house . . . Joan Graham, Dream Girl . . . Wayman and Seale show the fellows how . . . Best costumes at the Masquerade party . . . " Siggie, " the chapter mascot 352 SIGMA PHI EPSILON m Drescher, Rose, Parker, Buechele, W, Morgan, Reese Rawfings, She lby, Day, Hall, Bntt, Breeden D. Spears, Samuels, Hayden Mills, T. Howard, Lawson, Holeman Ciarkson, Gentry, Fritts, Ey, Porter, Stone E. Mills, Hamilton, Tolar, Hibbs, Kain, Herb Mills C. Scott, O ' Bannon, Martin, Schimpeler, Sharpe, Daugherty C. Spears, McDonald, Owens, Ankney, M. Howard, Moore Escandon, Melton, Wilson, Sebree, White 353 TRIANGLE riangle fraternity was founded at the University of Illinois 1907, and now has 18 national chapters. Kentucky chapter as installed on the University campus in 1920. Gray and old ose are the fraternity colors. The flower is the gardenia. The acuity advisor is C. K. Hoffman. Members on the University acuity are D. V. Terrell, E. B. Penrod, J. S. Honne. S. Saunier, . A. Bureau, L. E. Nollau, and Chick Chambers. Officers are Douglas K liamson, " Murray, 1 Douglas K. Albright, president; George C. Wil- president; Omar T. Smith, secretary; George T. i After two rush parties and fall initiation, Triangle boasted 54 actives and 33 pledges on its membership list. Several of the " social engineers " and their dates descended upon Cincinnati n October for the UK-UC grid contest. After a buffet supper at th Ohio chap- ter ' s house, they took part in the second annual Triangle Sectional Formal Ball at the Hotel Metropole. Four chapters — Kentucky, Louisville, Cincin- nati, and Ohio State — attended. Other big events throughout the year were the Triangle-Alpha Gamma Rho smoker and Christmas formal (both traditions with the two professional frater- nities). Homecoming semi-formal dinner-dance. Founders Day banquet, Spring Formal, and Boonesboro outings and picnics. Just to show that scholarship comes before social life. Triangle placed two men in Tau Beta Pi, the Phi Beta Kappa of the engineering world, and eight men in the different branch soci eties of the engineering field. Jack Bell took top honors by being elected to Omicron Delta Kappa and SGA besides the two previously named societies. William C. Martin became editor of the Kentucky Engineer and Ralph McCracken was a member of Phalanx and the YMCA cabinet. Members are Virgil Adams, D. K. Albright, Bill Austin, Jack Begley, Jock Bell, Louis Bryant, Claude Buster, Carroll Carter, John Cashman, Gerald Dobson, Gene Dryer, G. C. Ethington, Fred Fest, Louis Gifford, Gar- land Grace, Jimmy Haworth, Bud Holt, Russell Hughes, Morris Johnson, Lytle Jordan, Charlie Kuhn, Sam Lee, John LeGette, James Linville, Tommy Lyons, Fred Marcum, Bill Martin, Jim Murphy, George Mur- ray, Jack McElroy, Ralph McCracken, Bill McShone, Harold Nolond, Gordon Owen, Ken Recktenwald, Jim Ridgeway, O. T. Smith, John Spinks, Joe Stephens, Paul Stock, G. C. Williamson, Wick Wood, John E. Young. Pledges are Keene Adams, Warren G. Albright, Billy Alt, Rus- sell Barnes, Kinnie Barneft, Charles Bogardus, James Chandler, Bob Deen, Byrnes Fairchild, J. A. Heitz. Curtiss Jackson, Neil Jones, Bill Kappa, Charles Kreckel, Elmer Lee, Bill Mattingly, Bob McClain, Bob Morrison, Robert Nelson, Herbert Shacklett, Leo Smock, Robert Stamper, Tommy Tackett, John Tietyen, Glenn Trimble, Gordon Wall, Bob Webster. 354 TRIANGLE D. Albright, Smith, Williamson, Stock, Murray Martin, Murphy, Bell, S. Lee, Young Grace, Cashman, McCracken, McShane, Owen Fest, Lau, Buster, Dobson, Carter Kuhn, Marcum, Hughes, Wood, Holt 355 TRIANGLE 1 M ' i i 3l Nancy Payne at carnival booth . . . at the lake . . . Jack Fischer working Making use of knowledge from classe; . . . The legend . . . May Day Float . . formal Beauty . . . The beast! . . . Scene at Christmas dance . . . Life . . Pledge, no doubt . . . Some of the fellows . . . Parade day . . . . . . Greetings, team! . . . Hayworth in action while Jordan watches Who said that? . . . More greetings . . . Gordon Owens and date at 356 TRIANGLE Mattingly, Johnson, Dryer, Meredith, Trimble Krekel, Deen, Webster, E. Lee, Ttetyen Stamper, Morrison, Heitz, Kappa, Shacklett Nelson, W. Albright, Barnes, Adams, Fairchild Jones, Wall, Chandler 357 ZETA BETA TAU Zeta Beta Tau was founded at ths College of the City of New York, December 29, 1898, and now has 43 chapters. Alpha lota was installed on the University of Kentucky campus, December 3, 1942. The faculty advisor is M. Cohrn. Officers are Emanuel B. Singer, president; Herbert Fogel, vice president; James Levin, secretary; Paul A. Gordon, ireasurei. Improvements on the Zeta Beta Tau house to start the new year included the addition of a social room and a dining room, serving two meals each day. Outstanding members of the chapter included Norman Klein, member of the football team and SGA; and Herbert Arnold, Keys and an SGA member. Social activities were topped by the annual winter formal dinner-dance held December 4 in the Fireside room of the Phoenix Hotel and the spring formal in May. Zeta Beta Taus listed dances, open houses, beach parties, Herringi-on Lake outings, and picnics as social activities for the remainder of the year. Several graduating seniors donned the cap and gown with mixed feelings of pleasure and regret — pleasure at receiving their degrees and regret or leaving ZBT and UK life. Members are H. Arnold, S. Berman, Ronald Dorfman, Herbert Fogel, Richard Frank, S. Freidman, W. Frisch, H. Gilbert, I. Goldben, I. Goldstein, A. Goller, Paul Gordon, J. Gordon, D. Greenwald, M. Herman, Nor- man Klein, Jomes Levin, H. Markell, S. Miller, Eman- uel Singer, Charles Tyroler, R, Weil, A. Weinberg, Franklin Zmovoy, Leonard Zuckerman. Pledges are J. Aurbach, B. Fraiman, S. Gerglev, N. Gordon, A. Marcus, N. Miller, J. Rosenberg, J. Rosenthal, S. Shear, D. Slute, H. Sohmer, M. Swito, S. Weisenberg. 358 ZETA BETA TAU « ' f - |k.? [ ,f f. If. ' o p Singer, Levin, Fogel, Fnsch, Klein Weinberg, Markell, Gilbert, S. Miller, Berman Weil, Arnold, Dorfman, Zuckerman, J. Gordon Greenwald, Frank, Goldstein, Tyroler, N. Miller Gergety, Herman, Fraiman, Marcus, Scher N. Gordon, Friedman, Slute, Sohmer, Rosenthal 359 INDEPENDENTS Row One — Curtis, Bonham, B. Jones, Wiesman, Sutherland, Giles, Lung, Ryland, Dotson, Caudel, Robinson, Kirchner, Cooley Row Two — Craig, Ellis, Bridges, Boone, Trefz, Thomas, Chowning, Terrell, B. Smith, Akin, Foster, Schneider Row Three — Simpson, Back, Owens, Vila, Whinfield, Ferring, Whitmer, Kimbrell, Allen, Honeywell, Fulton, Whaley, Powell, Browning The Association of Independent Students was founded to provide o social program for students who are unaffilioted with social fraternities and sororities. Officers: George Kirchner, president; Joe Rankin, vice president; Evelyn Caudel, secretary; Carroll Robinson, treosurer Members: Genew Akin, Blucher Allen, Joy Ather- ton, Kent Back, Jacquelyn Bard, Gloria Biloncio, Barbara Bonham, Bonnie Boone, Lucille Bridges, Charles Browning, Evelyn Caudel, Robert Chown- ing, Alice Craig, Micki Curtis, James Eddleman, Jewell Ellis, Shirley Ellis, Lois Ferr ing, Ellis Foster, Johnnie Fulton, Norma Giles, Rosemary Haley, Juonita Haydon, Betty Faye Jones, Bob Kimbrell, George Kirchner, Fornum Lewis, Marjorie Lung, Jack Owens, Carolyn Pasco, Mary S. Powell, Joj Rankin, Ben Reeves, Betty Riggle, Carroll Robin- son, Al Schneider, Billy E. Smith, Betsy Sutherland, Ronald Terrell, Irma Teuney, Simpson Tompkins, Ruth Trefz, Manuel Antonio Vila, Jane Wessels, Bryan Whitfield, J. Mac Whitmer, Kathryn Whit- mer, Anna Wiesman 360 INDEPENDENTS Independents gather in the Union for an informal bull session which Ellis Foster seems to be leading. Pictured left to right are Thomas, Lung, Foster, Trefz, and Kirchner. Officers for the Independents talk over plans for their " Candlelight Cabaret " dance, one of the year ' s most successful. Vila, Kirchner, Caudel, and Rankin ore the club wheels shown. 361 AND HER DORMITORIES It ' s fun to live in the dorm, You know more friends that way. Our dorms are wonderful pieces, Except when you ' re " campused. And oh, how we hate to see The lights flicker at closing time. I i C z? HOUSE PRESIDENTS COUNCIL Atkinson, Wilson, Mabry, Dearing, White, Guess Newton, Mandt, Whitton, Adams, Vaughn, Morga Steele, Crawford, Myers, Vincent The purpose of the House President ' s Council is to publish the rules and regulations of all University women in residence, in conjunction with the Stu- dent Government Association; to assist in shaping the policies of individual houses and their house councils; to disseminate to the residents informa- tion concerning University women; to sponsor worthwhile campus activities, including the annual room judging contest and the women ' s vocational conference. Faculty Advisor; Margaret V. Storey Officers: Margaret Wilson, president; Leslie eDar- ing, vice president; Claire Mobry, secretary; Betty White, treasurer Members: Ruth Adams, Peggy Atkinson, Evelyn Crawford, Mary Dunlop, Jane Finley, Jane Guess, Barbara Mandt, Billie Morgan, Geneva Myers, Clara E. Newton, Sandra Steele, Betty Jo Vaughn, Jo Anne Vincent, Frances A. Whitton 364 JEWELL HALL Row One — Vaughn, Boggess, McConathy, Spragens, K. Barnett, Combs, Cook, Lamb, Bealmear, Bradford, Paul Row Two — White, Whitley, Eastburn, B. Beam, Long, Jackson, McNamee, McBee, Wright, Elmore, Burgin, Taylor Row Three — Carver. Ballard, Lowe, Osborne, Pruden, McCarthy, Berg, Newman, Holdmes, Raymond, .Mtison, Rector, Law:on, Bristow Rov Four — Wells, M n:-rd, Ramsey, Doyle, Crump, Swafford, Elliott, Hutchcratt, West, Lowe, Ingels, Cutler, Agee, Wells f ,A 0 i " ¥ .A nfi A Afi a AAA ,A . y r A A A «A i A !v Itoi, Schccr, t, Taylor, Shaikun, Row One — J. Barnett, Struve, Parrent, Littleton, Redd.n , Rogers, Steart, R. Turnei Cundiff, Haverly, Bowman, Harmon, Jordan Row Two — Miller, Hereford, Lewis, Coleman, Orr, Grider. Hamlin, Burns, Stapletoi Marcus, Ruth, Haick, Hixson, Williams, Combs, Furneaux Row Three — Stewart, Quinn, Wilson, 5mith, Wilson, Swinford, Combs, Hopkins, Renyer, Ward, Varney, Brownfield, Francis, Lewis, Jackson, Garrigan, Gnffin, McWhirter, Tsai Row Four — Fair, Bright, Harrid, Home, Slaughter, Crawford, Hamblen, Trujillo, Castle, Pruder, Clark, McGowan, Blades, Owens, Link, Tandy, Turner Officers; Margaret Wilson, president; Leslie Dear- ford, vice president; Frances McGowan, secretary; Bonnie Hamilton, treasurer; Sylvia Smith, social chairman; Katharine Barnett, junior council mem- ber Head-Resident: Margaret V. Storey 365 BOYD HALL Officers: Ruth Adams, president; Nancy Brewer, vice president; Nell Blair, secretary; Nan cy Gaskin, social chairman Row Three — Jernigan, Coleman, Hilling, Brcen, Wcllwood, Lee, Murstein, De Vine, Reynolds, Akers, Ingels, Lindsey, Osborne, Walthall, Adams, Lyon, Barry, Kirchdorfer Row Four — Powell, M. Honeywell, E. Honeywell, Cunningham, Stephenson, Whitmer Craig, Bishop, Parker, Sympson, Thomas, Lewis, Lusk, Woods, Harris j AA JvaS! ElJbtfi MUMit Row One — Calef, Mowat, Burress, Jackson, Caudel, Smith, Atherton, S. Ellis, J, Ellis Row Two — Perkinson, Bradford, Carper, Anderson, Hess, Muncy, Cook, Haley, Heltsley, Kirkpatrick, Dolid, Saffell Row Three — Coomlos, Reidinger, Goldstein, Dizon, Ferring, Barnett, Williams, Anderson, Fugate Row Four — Smith, Johnson, Smith, McClure, Rice, Marsh, Scott, Bolton, Yeager, Wiesman, Blair, Bilancio, Tucker an, Payne, Scalf, Kavanaugh, Nutting, Brandon, 366 PATTERSON HALL Officers: Frances Ann Whitton, president; Frances Barnett, vice president; Leslie Boteler, secre- tary; Koy Zeek, Beverly Neudecker, social chairmen ird, Po3r, Johnston, Harrison, Burkhart, Babbitt, n, Bryant, Hughes, Bird, Finley, Birk, Ede, Boyd, Row Onr — McChssncy, Morer, Cawood, Hughes, Coulter Goode, Brahenacr, Middondorf Row Two — Hams, Cooke, Day, Grossman, Duncan, D,ckii Coffee, Murphy, Hancher, Conway Row Three — Day, Lyca-,, Hedges, Bebille, Collier, Bolles, Hoston, Creal, Jones, Barlow, Hall, Hensley, Bryant, Gordon Lilly, Kirkpatrick, Long, Cooper Row Fojr — Long, Uchoe, Boteler, Duke, Hollingsworth, Graham, Landrum, Hanley, Korfhage, Dover, Hendry, Hunter, Bard, Jones, Bell, Ard, Brown, Graham, Bonham, Gaskin Row Five — Gee, Helton, Barrett, Baltais, Hale, Hyatt, Hearne, Hayden, Barnett, Brown Harris Clarke Hojsto.n, Boiler, Holstine, Botto, Flynn, Hayes, Farley T e ft A A .rv rwv A n A Row One — Nakdimen, McKaig, Mosby, Perry, Ward, Matz, Zoller, Smith, Newn Russell, Stune, McClure, Montague n. Rice, Pannell, Newdecker, Neal, Row Two — Stabb Young, Whitten, Vaughan, Martin, Smart, Vaughn, Milan, Webb, Murphy Somers Rodgi Stevens, Zeek, Mullins, Tarpley Row Three — Moore, West, Pong, Wayman, Plue, McConnell, Pace, Stout, Orttenburger. Pardue Se Snyder, Schwers, Shouse, Witten, Davis, Richanes Row Four — Turner, Miniard, Picklesimer, Ward, Neblett, Norton, Moran, Niles, Popplewall Smith Martin McCollum, Sutherland, Tomlin, Pumphrey, Overley, Marshall Row Five — Shinnick, Wilkinson, Tracy, Stone, Wills, Rirlehoover, Young, Sturm, McDannell Meyer PriestI Simms, Rodgers, Barger, McKinley, Mackey 367 SAYRE HALL Officers: Leslie Deoring, president; Jocqueline Doy, vice president; Mary Gilbert, secretary- treasurer; Beth Randall, social chairman LYDIA BROWN AND McDOWELL HOUSE Officers: (Lydio Brown) Jo Anne Vincent, president; Joon Cook, vice president and secretary; Peggy Adams, treasurer and social chairman. (McDowell House) Evelyn Crawford, president; Betty Maxey, vice president; Rachel Johnson, secretary; Emma Barnes, social chairman 368 HAMILTON HOUSE k l Hatcher, Newton, E. Ewbank, Ford, Francis, Routt, Smith Joseph, Kinsey, Andes, Hollingsworth, Gorbandt, Word, J- Ew Murray, Cooper, Gambim, Mines, Osborne Hamilton House was founded at the University of Kentucky in 1942 for girls to live cooperatively, being honest, orderly, unified, sincere and enthusi- astic. Faculty Advisor: Dr. Statie Erikson Officers: Clara Ellen Newton, president; Martha Routt, vice president; Catharine Francis, secretary. Eloise Eubank, treasurer; Neree Hatcher, manager Members: Betty Andes, Leto Faye Cooper, Eloise Ewbank, Jean Ewbank, Betty Ford, Catherine Francis, Magdalene Gomblin, Mildred Gorbandt, Evelyn Hammond, Neree Hatcher, Beverly Hines. Helen Hollingsworth, Mayme Joseph, Jo Anne Kinsey, Virginia Murray, Clara Newton, Evelyn Os- borne, Martha Routt, Hazel Jo Smith, Alice Word 369 JEWELL ANNEX AND I N T E R DO R M C O U N C I L Jewell Annex Officers: Geneva Myers, president; Peggy Johnson, vice president; Rosetta Simpson, treasurer; Harriet SpclcJing, Ella Reno Potter, social choirmen Members: Mory G. Abrams, Frances E. Barkley Kathryn Lee Biers, Lib Conley, Julianne L. Conway Alma Clarkson, Mary Anne Crum, Horriett Crutch field, Evelyn Egner, Dorothy Ellison, Ann V. Fine Betty Fish, Betty Ann Foster, Emily A. Gardiner Lottie Glover, Ann D. Guthrie, Ann Jennings, Lois J. Littleton, Rita Elaine Lyon, Mary Meade, Mari- lyn Morris, Martha Ann Muth, Betty Jo Nance, Betty Brown Patterson, Joan Roemelee Pfeiffer, Barbara Louise Preston, Marilyn M. Ritz, Mary Evelyn Rose, Betty Jean Rowland, Jeonine Schlegel. Morjorie Clark Shields, Barbara Lee Stewart, Louise Pauline Tote, Dorothy Lee Taylor, Harriett Scott Walston, Mary Ann Williams, Mary Helen Witt Interdormitory Council Officers: Frances Barnett, Patterson Hall, president; Joan Cook, Lydia Brown, 370 vice president; Louise Swinford, Jewell Hall, secre- tary; Nancy Gaskin, Boyd Hall, treasurer THE MEN HAVE THEIR DORMS TOO The interior of Bowman Hall, new men ' s dormitory opened last spring, is as swank as its exterior. At left, three of its inhabitants are shown in various stages of study. (Note the inspiring bulletin board feature.) At right, part of the Bowman Hall lounge forms the background for leisure activities of dorm men. The men ' s dormitory quadrangle, composed of Bowman Hall, Breckinridge Hall, Bradley Hall, and Kinkead Hall, is an impressive array of fine architecture. Five hundred and fifty men call these buildings home. This scene looks on Kinkead Hall, which contains the apartment of Dr. Bennett H. Wall, dormitory director, and his family. A portion of Bradley Hall is seen at the right. 371 AND HER BEAUTY We know our beauty at UK, Where every girl ' s a queen. The loveliest in the land Are daughters of Kentucky- Living, breathing poems With beauty unsurpassed. We proudly present Om Qy ntuckidM. L {iLwrv MISS NANCY B REWE R, KAPPA ALPHA THETA Our 1949 Queen, Miss Nancy Brewer, Mayfield, came to the campus in September and literally took the ploce by storm. A transfer student from Gulf Pork Junior College, she enrolled here as a junior in radio arts. Before winning the Kentuckion crown, Nancy was chosen ROTC sponsor for the yeor. She is president of the Koppo Alpha Theta pledge class, vice president of Boyd Hall, and a member of the Interdorm Council. Dressed for one of those typical campus rainy days, Nancy pauses at her Boyd Hall door to laugh at Old Man Weather. FIRST AND SECOND ATTENDANTS MISS PRISCILLA MCVEY DELTA DELTA DELTA LEXINGTON MISS CORA FRANCES SAFFELL KAPPA ALPHA THETA FRANKFORT With the campus as background, Priscilla is a picture of gra- cious beauty as she strolls to class. On the phone " Pinky " is as vivacious as she is in person. Mem- bers of all fraternity pledge classes chose her as their queen this year. ATTENDANTS Famed fo point standings be- sides her beauty is White, Tri- Delt president. Here she poses at the win- dow of the chapter house. Patsy Allen is as charming as the day is long. Majoring in elementary education, she plans to add her grace to the class- " oom after graduation. ATTENDANTS MISS BERTHA ANN LUTES ALPHA XI DELTA HAZARD MISS FORGY KIRKPATRICK KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA HOPKINSVILLE Bertha Ann Lutes has a sultry type of beauty that is daz- zling. This lovely Al- pha Xi was also chos- en Pershing Rifles sponsor for ' 49. Forgy is known as " Sugar Pie " to most of the campus. Her sweetness and unaf- fected charm are well deserving of her nick- name. She is a form- er Pershing Rifles sponsor. AT THE KENTUCKIAN QUEEN DANCE Miss Bertha Ann Lutes, Alpha Xi Delta, attendant, is a picture of tovelinsss come to life as she poses in front of ihe 1 949 Ken- ■juckian cover. On her throne. Queen Nancy Brewer is a most baautiful mon- arch. Long may she reign over UK! The 1 949 Kentuckian Queen and her court were formally presented at the Lamp and Cross coro- nation ball in November, 1948. From left to right are John Frances White; Patsy Allen; Cora Frances Saffell, second attendant; Queen Nancy Brewer; Priscilla McVey, first attendant; Forgy Kirkpatrick; and Bertha Ann Lutes. WE DEDICATE the Kentuckian, 1949, To the memory of William D. Funkhouser. A University mourned the passing of Dr. Funkhouser last year. The revered Dean of the Graduate School and head of the De- partment of Zoology was a favorite of both students and faculty. Author of 318 books and scientific publications, primarily on zoology and anthropology. Dr. Funkhouser was also known for his love of sports. For many years he was secretary for the Southeastern Conference. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Kappa. This year ' s Kentuckian is dedicated to the memory of a man who lived a full, satisfying life — the highest possible accomp- lishment. ARTS AND SCIENCES PROFESSOR OF THE YEAR Elected in the fall semester by his colleagues in the College of Arts end Sciences, Professor John Kuiper, head of the Depart- ment of Philosophy, merits the title of " Distinguished Profes- sor. " Joining the University in 1929 as associate professor and acting head of the department, he was appointed departmental head in 1931. Under his guidance, the philosophy department has made greot progress. Dr. Carl Lompert, former head of the Department, of Music was instrumental in giving UK its " Alma Mater. " Recognizing the need for such a song, he wrote the music and asked Mrs. W. D. Funkhouser to add words to it. This all hoppended in 1922. Now, 27 years later, the words and music are as beautifully wedded as they were then. An interesting thing to note is that the last verse was written by Dr. W. D. Funkhouser, to whose Tiemory the 1949 Kentuckian is dedicated. Mrs. Funkhouser claims that it is the best verse of them U. K. Alma Mater Words by JOSEPHINK FUNKHOUSER ,a-j ' ' z:J:i:r - -- — — » — 1— ■••.■••-•■ 1. Hail Kentuck-y, Al -ma Ma-ter! Loy-al sons and JsoL ' M ' rs sing;Sound her pnisf with ■J. Hail Kentuck-y, Al - ma Ma-cer! ' Nriin thyarcbmg trees we mam; Thru thy halls our 3. Hail Kentuck-y, Al- ma Mater! Distant lands thy children claiin;Still Kentucky 8 4. Hill thee ev tr, old Ken-tuck-yl morious is thy her- it -age. Proud thy name and mM j E 4 fe jgs i7z itr g.gaisij mice u-nit ed; To the breeze her colors fling. To the blue and white be trueiBaJj vui-ces ech-o Al-ma Ma ter second home. For the blue and white we strive. Fight we soil is dearest, Dearest still Kentucky ' s Dim . To the blue aQd wlm were true. True. Keu- thy traditi " ns;Proud thy jiiatcoD hi9tor} ' spage! May we ne ' er lurget thy fame Muih- r 11 -- " ♦•- ' V uraph-ant ace on age; Blue, the sky that o ' er us bendsiHiiile Kentucky ' s i alrii- ,, jj»go, ev - er fur its fame Dar-ing a - ny fate to bring Glory to Kentucky s name, tuck - y, unto thee. Teach each gen-er-a-tion new Ne ' er to fail in loy al - ty. of the great and free; May we e ' er uphold thy name, Old Kentucky, hail to thee. Back in the eorly 1920 ' s, Kentucky had no fight song. One day Football Coach Juno, while talking with Dr. Carl Lampert, for many years head of the Department of Music, commented on this lack. " No, you don ' t Coach, " replied Dr. Lampert. " Writing a song like that just isn ' t my line. " He could not soon forget the conversation, how- ever, ond Q melody began to run through his brain. Finally he got the tune down on paper, but words for his music eluded him. One phrase which didn ' t seem quite right to him stuck in his mind: " We will kick, pass, and run ... Till old Centre is done. " Troy Perkins, one of his UK associotes, heard him playing the tune one afternoon and asked about it. Dr. Lampert told him about his " word " troubles, which ended then and there for Troy Perkins soon had words to fit the spirited tune. It was introduced at a student convocation. The reception was overwhelming. For the first few years it had to be taught to entering freshman classes, but that is no longer necessary for just about every high school student in the state knows the words and music of " On, On, U. of K., we are right for the fight today ... " On, On, U. of K. C A. LAMnsT. tniti lom, Kj. CA-Lajow FiNn — " = i ■ - — m-. ij £. C. Sutiw 1 — r=r-— 1 miyi. " ..-1 — - - i- 1 - . Oa, K (UitSsj. n n n : »JJ JJ =4: n 1 1 J j V -J- J J J i J -j : - V J ' V - — - Jy- Jv SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES Agriculture and Home Economics Arms, Fred, Robstown, Texas Arrington, Malcolm, Cherokee Belt, Marion W., Flemingsburg Bemiss, William, Lexington Brinkley, Hugh, Shopville Brooks, Guy, Borden, Ind. Butterworth, Charles, Lynn Grove Cossity, Betty Jone, Georgetown Cawood, Clarence, Cawood Chesnut, Charles, London Collins, Robert, Lexington Cosby, John, Lexington Denton, John W,, Maysville Dunigon, Henry O., Benton Early, Walter B. Jr., Williamsburg Ellis, Floyd H., Rockfield England, Harold D., Compbellsville England, Woodford N., Brooksville Farmer, Denver L., Stanton Fears, John A., Lexington Fears, Morgan P., Lexington Flannery, Roy Lovell, Morehead Foster, Carl M., Danville Greene, Morris L., Greene Grizzell, Kenneth F., Ft. Thomas Gross, Andrew W., Lexington Hamilton, Jomes L., Irvine Hardi n, Sanford D., Myers Hedden, Marvin C, Fordsville Helm, Hugh B. Jr., Danville Hill, James O., Benton Kinder, Hobort, Pikeville Kitchen, Granville E., Ekron Layne, Chandler R., Volley Station Leo, Howard G., Georgetown Lykins, David O., Vanceburg Marcum, Robert H., Georgetown Mason, Marion, Ricetown Muller, Louis F., Louisville Monhollen, Corl H., Frankfort Parker, John A., Magnolia Powell, Thurman N., Philpot Preston, Paul, Inez Rardin, Wilbur L., California Reaves, Emma Jean, Louisville Redle, Richard R., Cincinnati, Ohio Reynolds, Glenn L., Globe Rose, Charles E., Frankfort Russell, Carl R., Lexington Sanders, Hoyt, Lexington Saunders, Ben, Lachey Schoolcraft, Ernestine J., Somerset Shelburne, Horold K., Paris Taylor, Charles E., Lexington Thornton, Paul A., Covington Trosper, James S., Bollais Turner, Nettie Mcintosh, Bonnieville Turner, Richard A., Edgewater, N. J. Turner, Williom Jr., Jackson Virgin, Paul E., Argillitte Wade, Franklin W., Winchester Walker, Doyle C, Kuttowa Ward, Mary Frank, Poducoh Whitoker, George, Roxana Wiley, Corless F., Mishawoka, Ind. Walters, Ray M., Pumpkin Chapel Williams, Frank G., Waynesburg Arts Sciences Adams, Anne C, Hopkinsville Allen, John M., Jackson Allen, William H., Lexington Anderson, Stellion, Combs Ashworth, John S., Ashland Boird, Eugene D., Flemingsburg Bonohan, James E., Lexington Barnes, Lawrence S., Lexington Beotty, R. L., Lexington Bell, Groydon D., Cynthiono Bell, Richord G., Bedford, Ind. Benckart, Anne G., Lexington Benton, Frank V., Park Hills Blankenship, Colonel Edward, Ashland Boggs, Raymond R., Blaine Bosley, Thos., New Creek, W. Va. Bowling, Edward C, Lancaster Boyer, Cornelius Van, Stearns Browner, Morjorie W., Lexington Brown, Beverly Ann, Lexington Brown, Owen L., Russell Springs Burke, William C. Paris Buster, James N., Jamestown Caldwell, Lee S., Sturgis Caldwell, Virginia R., Frankfort Calvert, Catherine R., Lexington Cossidy, Herbert M., Lexington Chandler, OIlie V ., Princeton Chapman, Charles, Hazard Chenault, Joseph P., Richmond Childers, Otis P., Lexington Chumley, James E., Lexington Cohn, Benjamin, Camden, N. J. Collings, Jack C, Calhoun Combs, Frances J., Amo Compton, Robert, Lexington Conway, Gene F., Flemingsburg Cooper, Orval, Lexington Cooper, Robert, Kokomo, Ind. Cornett, George R., Brock Dolton, Charles, Windy Donee, J. R., Middlesboro Daniels, Clarence J., Lynch Darlington, R. W., Maysville Davis, Walter T., Maysville Day, Dorothy LoVerne, Louisville DesCognets, Russell, Lexington Dornheim, Frank R., Willow Grove, Pa. Dotherrew, Betty R., Birmingham, Ala. Dougherty, Charles, Lexington Douglas, Lindsey, Mt. Sterling Dunn, Keller J., Lexington Ekris, Mary, Hazard Elswich, Laura, Lexington Eskridge, Gene B., Ashland Feierabend, George, Louisville Fightmaster, Jock, Covington Floyd, Richard D., Oakland Foster, Charles M., Lexington Foster, Frances E., Covington Fountain, Alice K., Birmingham, Ala. Fox, Wallace, Nicholosville Franklin, Burtis, Whitesburg Friedley, H. C, Frankfort Futtrell, Mary Frances, Cadiz Gaines, Kenneth A., Lexington Galloway, Mary Ann, Paris Garrett, Jane, Lexington Gotewood, Sarah K., Georgetown George, Elizabeth, Gross Valley, Calif. Given, Homer, Lexington Goins, James A., Frankfort Graff, Stella S., Harlan Gravitt, Cossius, Lexington Green, Robert, Lexington Griggs, Nancy, Richmond Haggard, Theodore, Lexington Honna, William, Harrodsburg Hardin, Garland, Lexington Hauser, George, Barbourville Hauser, Robert, Barbourville Heimer, Jackson, Lexington Held, Elizabeth, Louisville Hellard, Francis, Lexington Henderson, Dorothy, Louisville Hickey, John, Winchester Holbrook, Nancy, Morehead Holliday, Edwin, Jackson Hollon, Walt, Hazard Morton, Donald, Lexington Huddleston, Walter, Jeffersontown Huey, Sam, Lexington Huff, Belue William, Cumberland Hurt, Richard, Totz Ison, William, Blockey Johnson, John, Frankfort Kash, Howard, Paris Kastleman, Lester, Louisville Kelly, George, Lebanon Kelly, Joseph, Lexington Keyser, Mary Lou, Beckley, W. Va. King, Carmen, Lexington King, James, Frankfort Kiser, Hugh R., Lexington Kish, Frank, Gory, W. Va. Locefieid, Arch, Harrodsburg LaFrana, George, Lexington Lake, Willis, Winchester LaRue, Anne E., Hodgensville Lotto, Nildo, Sturgis Leonard, Walter, Harlan Leveroult, Leo, Williomsett, Mass. Levitt, Jock, Philodelphio, Pa. Lewis, Emery, Douglas Linville, Orville, Winchester Logon, Caswell, Winchester Lovett, Chorles, Jeffersontown Lowry, Elizabeth, Lexington Luttrell, Eugene, Lexington Lynch, Edward, Frankfort McDaniel, Katherine, Higgens McDonnell, Eugene, Brooklyn, N. Y, McGinnis, Kenneth, Lexington McGuire, Herschel, Lexington McLendon, William, Lexington MacCarter, Paul, Lexington Mace, Eugene, Huntington, W. Va. Mocke, William, Newport Molone, John, Louisville Marion, James, Cotlettsburg Marshall, Berklynn. Prestonsburg Mattingly, Jomes, Lexington Mertz, Almon, Turner ' s Station Meyer, Warren, Lexington Modica, Joseph, Lexington Moore, Meryl, Lafayette, Ind. Moseley, Thomas, Lexington Myers, John, Lexington Nosh, William, Shelbyville Nave, William F., Midway Nichols, Hudson, McAfee Niederhoffer, Elsie, Lexington Opromollo, Martin, Fairlawn, N. J. Porrish, Poxton A., Louisville Peavyhouse, Betsy, Mt. Sterling Pennington, Cecil, Grays Knob Pierson, Roscoe, Danville Piatt, Hugh, Lexington 386 SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES Pollard, Martha N., Owensboro Powell, Albert, Louisville Quinn, Patricia, Kansas City, Mo. Rowlings, John T., Lawrenceburg Roy, Edward, Lex ngton Ray, Evon J., Central City Reichenbock, Ruth, Anchorage Richards, William, Lexington Roederer, Edward, Greendale Roederer, Pat5y, G., Greendale Ross, Bernd, Lexin- ton Rotunna, Anthony, Canton, Ohio Ruberg, Robert E., Ft. Thorros Rupured, Charles, Lexington Ruth, Roger, Lexington Sanders, Nancy, Lexington Sosser, Lois Peorl, Corbin Schoffner, June, Lexington Schramm, Shirley, Lexington Schupp, William, Louisville Scott, Charles, Princeton Seay, Harry, Ashland Sebastian, Don, Lexington Sievers, Fred, Owensboro Silas, Norma Ruth, Wilmore Siler, Martin, Jellico, Tenn. Simpson, L. W., Livermore Slock, Kenneth, Louisville Slone, Clinord, Pippopass Smith, Leslie, Lexington Smith, Louis Q., Sturgis Smith, Steve, Pineville Smith, Williom,, Ashland Smithson, Ben, Hopkinsville Spears, Norrill, South Shore Stafford, Phillip, Wurtland Strother, James, Ashland Supe, Edward, Freedom, Pa. Swift, William, Lexington Tarter, Roscoe, Russell Springs Taylor, Charles, Greenville Thompson, Jomes, Lex ington Thompson, Philip D., Lexington Thrasher, Cecil, Lewisport Trammell, Hogan D., Lexington Turley, Rex, Lexington Turner, Betty Lou, Ashland Vance, Owen D., Dayton, Ohio Von Meter, Baylor, Lexington Veith, Alan, Louisville Walker, George, Lexington Wallace, Billie, Lexington Weaver, Helen, Catlettsburg Wells, Lou, Ashland Wesley, J. R., Edgorton, W. Vo. Wesley, Wayne, Lexington Whismon, John, Lexington Wild, Mary E., Lexington Wood, Chorles D., Lexington Wood, Donald L., Moysville Workman, Ben, Brooksville Young, Robert, Poducah Commerce Adams, Charles, Paintsville Adams, David Litsey, Louisville Anderson, Griffin Simpson, Lexington Atkins, D. C, Lexington Barker, Charles, Lexington Biggerstaff, Ben Isaac, Lexington Bodine, Lovelace D., Bloomfield Burka, William Thomas, Danville Burton, Ralph E., Paris Garden, Jesse D., Lexington Carn-.on, Brodie, Mayfield Carpenter, Maurice P., Lexington Conyers, Max D., Lewisburg, W. Vo. Deon, Martha Van Hooser, Lexington DiGiovonni, Frank, Monongohelo, Pa. Dusina, Joseph Carlo, Lynch Dus no, Louis, Lynch Edward-;, Auldon G., Lexington Evans, Lewis Graham, Lexington Forma i. James Keith, Vanceburg Frazicr, Charles W., Lexington Gaines, Allene, Greenville Galloway, Arthur D., Jacksonville, III. Groy, Virgil, Lebanon Gregory, Leroy L., Lexington Grissom, Charles T., Lexington Grubbs, Raymond, Vine Grove Hall, Wendell Wilson, Lexington Hamilton, Samuel Lloyd, Lexington Hancock, Franklin, Lexington Hoycroft, Minor, Snap Hudson, Clarence A., Lynch Jacobs, Fern Elizabeth, Lexington Johns, Andrew G., Lexington Jones, Marvin, Lexington Kessinger, Thomas Burks, Lexington Lambert, Bert R., Poducah Letton Thomas B., Pons Logan, William W., Sturgis McCann, William A., Lexington McCloin, Joe Brooks, Mayfield McGinnis, William M., Lexington Mcllvoine, Marian M., Cynthiona Mclntvre, William G., Moysville McKinley, Thomas, Lexington Mohan, James S., Lexington Mann, Dexter, Lexington Morcum, Robert, Georgetown Martin, Glenn, Dry Ridge Martin, Jomes, Harlan Mathis, Robert E., Lexington Miller, Vernon, Four Mile Moore, Billie Jean, Winchester Morris, Edward, Lexington Morris, Herschel, Lexington Morris, William David, Lexington Musick, Everett E., Gilbert, W. Va. Nogel, George H., Paducoh Nuss, Robert James, Louisville O ' Lee, Ben W., Lexington Pennington, Adrian W., Fielden Perkins, Ralph William, Cincinnati, O. Poplin, Fred Douglas, Paris Pullium, Alton B., Cynthiona Richards, Jomes., Louisville Richardson, Edward Carlton, Louisville Roche, William L. Lexington Rogers, Inez, Richmond Ruborts, Rose P., Stanford Shearer, Marcus, Winchester Simpson, Guy, Lawrenceburg Snead, Violet Earle, Beckley, W. Vo. Sprmgote, William O., Versailles Stewart, James Allen, Lexington Sullivan, Michael, Frankfort Taylor, Redwood T., Ashland Thompson, Ezra A., Adams Tolliver, Roy, Olive Hill Trebtm, Horry C, Stearns Walter, Graden, Pikeville Warren, Richard, Lexington Watts, Leslie J., Lynnsville Wells, Hazel F., Burkesville White, Allen Briscoe, Perryville Whitton, Roger P., Frankfort Wilson, Arthur, Frozer Wilson, Martin G., Owensboro Wolfe, Thomas Henry, Georgetown Wolfson, Norman S., Louisville Young, William Rubin, Stanford Education Barker, Clifford E., Muncie, Ind. Beol, Dick T., Covington Beard, Ralph, Louisville Brodshow, Charles, Montgomery, Ala. Brown, Clarence, Volga Burchette, Marion Clyde, Bereo Carl, Henry C, Erlonger Center, Leslie Elwood, Hazel Green Clay, James C, Henderson England, Prestess, Weoverville, N. C. Feltner, Roy, Toulouse Field, William W., Winchester Foley, Festus Wade. Lexington Gellenback, Lee Webb, Lexington Haight, Robert Oscar, Bereo Hall, Charles James, Ewbonk Horting, Inez Leoth, Lexington Jones, Roscoe H., Corbin McLaughlin, Nino G., Lexington Mohan, Paul Edwin, Marion Norfleet, Morjorie Ruddle, Lexington Penneboker, William K., Lexington Porter, Wesley Hugh, Cadiz Prater, Rebecca Reed, Lexington Royle, Bettie Ruth, Ashland Rice, Dennis Colvin, Beckley, W. Va. Riddle, J. Craig, Madison.ille Smothermon, R., Murfreesboro, Tenn. Southwood, Robert Lee, Burnside Stacy, Floyd D., Jackson Steele, Sandra Williams, Middlesboro Stewart, Viola B., Longley Furner, Lloyd, Hazard Weeks, Thelmo Augusta, Lexington Williams, Forest Leon, Covington Wiseman, Lawrence G., Winchester Wolford, Mildred Hawkins, Lexington Yessin, Humsey, Harlan Engineering Adams, Virgil, Jr., Leitchfield Amoto, Solvator Joseph, Jr., Lexington Amburgey, Eugene, Lillcorr Baker, Oddis J., Corbin Bornett, Cecil Vernon, Lexington Beaver, Richard Joseph, Lexington Blalock, David H., Jr., Dawson Springs Borden, Robert Penfield, Winchester Brown, Jean Franklin, Lexington Brumleve, Edmund Andrew, Shively Bryant, Emmett Lewis, Mt. Vernon Bundy, Holin Lee, Louisville Cassidy, William Henry, Jr., Louisville Chance, Will Rice, Lancaster Comstock, Morion Albert, Louisville Cook, Charles Gornett, Waddy Crory, Frederick Gilbert, Lexington Curtis, Fred C, Lexington Dougherty, Allen Wayne, Folmouth Durham, Butler H., Lexington 387 SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES Dusino, John, Jr., Lynch Eades, Thomas William, Jr., Lexington Early, James Arthur, Jr., Greenwood Elliot, Thomas Bruce, Pikeville Estes, Herbert D., Louisville Fein, Samu el, Lexmgton Field, Harvey J., Jr., Hyannis, Mass. Fields, William Scott, Frankfort Fuquo, Samuel Wendell, Hardinsburg Gardner, Ernest, Jr., Maysville Gifford, McKee H., Lexmgton Glass, William P., Irvine Griggs, Lenard Alois, Lowes Harney, Edgar T., Lexington Harp, Robert, Lexington Hart, Cor! Asa, Elizobethtown Haynes, Leonard Stallard, Lexington Hicks, Richard E., Lexington Hixson, Roy, Georgetown Howard, William E., Pikeville Hurt, Arville, Hickman Jones, Charles, Louisville Kerrick, William, West Point King, Wesley, Chattanooga, Tenn. Layne, Glen Stanley, Lexington Leegon, William, Bowling Green Lester, William, Mayfield List, Louis, Paducah Lusby, English, Elizobethtown McConnell, Isham, Versailles McElroy, John, Somerset McLellan, William, Bowling Green Mason, Danny, Peebles, Ohio Moyhew, Howard, Lexington Mays, John, Paducah Miller, John, Lexington Morris, Jackson, Lexington Mullins, James, Blackey Noll, Billy, Frankfort Nugent, Robert, Crutchfield Ozgur, Somin, Ashisor, Turkey Paget, James, Anderson, S. C. Potter, Thomas, Louisville Ready, Thomas, Lexington Rice, Joe, Ashland Ridgwoy, James, Lexington Robertson, Elmer, Louisville Runyon, August Henry, Ashland Sellers, John, Lexington Singleton, Harold, Ritchie Smith, Charles, Flatwoods Staton, John, Salt Lick • Stewart, Ross, Cleveland, Ohio Summitt, William Henry, Louisville Thomas, James Robert, Lexington Walters, Edwin S., Ashland Whitmer, Jonathan, Sacramento Wise, William, Lexington Witt, Wesley, Irvine Worthington, John Lexington Wyatt, Joe Taylor, Poducoh Law Anderson, Marius, Middlesboro Coddell, Theodore, Shepherdsville Carter, Stanley, Versailles Cotlett, George Macklin, Frankfort Coldiron, Henry Clay, Twilo Friend, Kelsey, Pikeville Garrett, John T., Paducah Garrison, Bradford, Lexington Gilbert, Porter, Samaria Hamilton, William, Mt. Sterling Huddleston, Charles, Jeffersontown Jones, Garnett, Murray Jones, Robert D., Lexington Kibbey, Sam, Grayson Kibbey, Williom, Grayson Lonter, Ottis, Lexington Lewis, Paul Marion, Cecilia McKinley, Joseph, Owensboro Mann, Howard, Bloommgton Meigs, Henry, Frankfort Montgomery, Joseph, Science Hill Murphy, Edward, Lexington Prince, Marvin, Benton Ramsey, Homer, Whitley City Richardson, James, Owingsville Satterwhite, Thomas, Versailles Smith, Robert William, New York City Wolter, Ralph Nickell, Hazel Green Wellman, Robert Sanders, Morehead Pharmacy Combs, Harold Vincent, London 388 JUNIORS WITHOUT PICTURES Agriculture Home Ec Adams, James H. Alcorn, Paul Anderson, Maurice F. Atkinson, Walter S.,Jr Baker, Ruth Marie Barker, Lawrence E. Bayes, Clarence P. Bayes, Glen Elwood Beam, Elmer F. Botner, Clayton Bradley, Gerald R. Bremmer, Shelby T. Bristoe, Ruth Jane Brooks, Margaret S. Browning, Denver R. Bruce, Roberto. Buckles, James H. Burgess, William D., Jr Burress, Mary M. Butler, Wilhs G. Carter, Harold C. Chaney, John L. Cherry, William N. Clark, Ernest L. Cole, John M. Cornelius, James L. Corum, Grover Allen Cowan, William G. Crouch, Robert Crutchfield, John Culley, Robert L. Davis, Shelby C- Dugan, Owen W. Durham, Kelsie W. Evans, Love! Ferguson, Charles H. Francis, G- Edward Franks, Lawrence E. Fritts, Thomas J- Gant, Aaron L. Gatlin, Ma Davis, Jr. Gay, R. Giltner, William F. Goggin, Walter T., Jr. Gosser, Roger C. Green, Newcomb Greer, Fred M. Grider, Gene Griftin, R. W. Hager, Robert D. Haggard, Jack Harrison, John R. Harrison, Kenneth M. Hempel, Elizabeth E. Hendrickson, Rolla B. Hensley, Cecil G. Hill, Bernard E. Hockensmith, J.B. Holland, Kenneth B. Holloway, George R. Horton, Buford T. Hopkins, Harold E. Hopkinson, Willard H. House, Clarence L. Houston, Alfred E. Howard, Julian J., Jr. Howard, Richard D. Howard, Thomas J. Hughes, Byron G. Humphrey, Thomas E. Humphrey, William T. Jewell, Walter L., Jr. Johnson, R. C. , Ho ird E. Krutz, Tho Lacey, Paul J, Ladenburger, John L. Leathers, Thomas R. Lee, Albert C. Litton, Columbus C. Lowe, Paul M. Loveless, Glenn L., Jr. Lovell, JohnG. Uucas, Mary Jane McBrayer, Homer W. McFarland, Glenn H. McFatridge, Louis Marcum, Hutson H. Marshall, Mary E. Maxey, Millard R. Moore, Carlisle Moore, Wellington Moreman, Willis Green Moss, Henry F. Napier, Dons Lee Nelson, George M., Jr. Newell, Sally A. Nienaber, Howard H. Paasch, William G. Partin, Willie R. Pickett, William C. Poole, Harold F. Ramsey, Obie F. Rankin, Joe I. Rardin, Burris A. Rice, Ernest P. Rickett, John A. Robinson, Delbert R. Royster, Morris Ruggles, Edward L. Sack, Joseph Z. Sanford, Dorothy Hele Satterfield, Joseph M. Saunders, William P., . Seaton, Marlin G. Scott, Maxine Price Sowards, A. P. Spence, William F. Spencer, Eugene Spencer, Mary Ann Stamper, William H. Stewart, Kenneth G. Street, John S. Tamme, Jess, Jr. Taylor, Jackson A. Thornsberry, Beavin, Waggener, Mary F, Waits, Stewart L. Wallace, William C Webb, Floyd G. Wells, Russell W. Wilson, Hobert B. Witt, Everette Eugen Woodrow, James E. Wright. Harold Arts Sciences Ackman, John L. Adams, Owen P. Adams, Paul H. Akerman, Mary L. Albert, Ralph Alcorn, John M. Alford, James D. Allison, Jean V. Amis, Jack D. Anderson, James E. Auwaerter, Barbara Asher, William C. Ball, Chester Bannon, Bessie L. Beauchamp, Isaac E. Bell, Ann R. Berry, Harvey Beniamin, William A. Benton, Edward Bierly, Clyde E. Blanda, George Bleidt, Mary F, Bonny, Edwin M. Booher, Patsy N, Bowers, Wallace H. Boyles, Curtis L, Bradley, Martha M, Bradley, Oava C Brandenburg, Willian Briggs, Andrew J . Brittian, Paul J. Bronson, Carman G. Brown, Cecil B. Brown, James F. Brown, Martha Sue Brown, Warren H. Bucher, Jeanne E. Buckley, Peggy V. Bullock, Charles E. Burns, John E. Calhoun, Lois Canfield, Howard D. Carr, John Wm. Carrier, Carl E, Carter, Charles Wm. Carter, David L. Cash, Phillip G. Cassell, Annas, Caywood, Anna S. Caywood, Rose P. Champion, William L Charles, Leonard Chenault, Wilham S. Clark, Robert S Coatney, Clyde D. Cockrel, Clement Collins, Winter H. Comkin, James E. Connell, Raymond F. Conway, Nancy L. Cox, Joseph E. Craft, Charles E. Cramer, Harry S. Creech, Virgil Cruse, Bryan Cummins, Norman Cunningham, James E. Davis, Beverly J. Davis, Jack E. Deaton, Arthur E. Dickenson, James F. Dillow, George W. Dixon, Harold G. Dobbs, William H. Dorroh, Charles A. Doyle, David T. Doyle, John L. Duff, Robert L. Duncan, Joe Dungan, Kendrick W. Eddleman, James Elliott, Faye G. Elliosn, Dorothy C. Elmore, Joseph R. Elmore, Robert T. England, Noland C. Engle, John D. Epstein, Daniel Evans, Hugh C. Fanning, Louis A. Faulkner, Paul Fighfmaster, Harold Fisher, Barbara J. Fitch, Joe Fleenor, Harold G. Fletcher, William Fluty, Lucien G. Ford, Rodney R. Foreman, Harl T. Franck, Marjorie Friend, Lew W. Frittier, Jaems Fyffe, Adrian Gatcher, John C. Gault, William L. Geddes, Herbert F. Genito, Carl Gerber, Miriam I. Gerstle, Clarence Gifford, Bertha L. Gillum, Warren Gliner, Irving H. Golben, Mrs. Norris Goodin, Charles L. Gorham, Carl Gorhar 1, Richard A. Greenman, Charles H. Cason, Robert Howard Griesinger, Bobby L. Groza, Alex J. Gullett, Dwaine E. Hagan, William K. Hager, Wilbur B. Hall, William C. Hamilton, Charles W. Hamilton, EllaC. Hampton, Elbert A. Haney, Robert Harbett, William T. Harper, Dallam B. Harrison, Curtis W. Harscher, Frank Hays, Hallie F. Hazen, Francis N. Hedges, Houston Helm, Harvey Hendricks, Charles Henry, Louise N. Hensley, John B. Herold, Thomas R. Hicks, Marions. Holliday, James W. Holmes, Patricia Hooks, Alice E. Hopper, Allie B. Horung, Joseph W. Horton, Beryl L. Howard, Barsha Howard, William N. Howerton, John C. Huey, Gaines C. Hunter, Thomas B. Hurd, James L. Hurst, Howard E. Ingels, Lafon R. Johnson, Marion T. Johnson, Shirlee Karr, Leslie Kavanaugh, Overton C. Kellen, Walter L. Kelly, William F. Kmsch, Frank Kirwan, Barbara J. Koppius, Joseph T. Kreidel, Charles G. Kretchemer, Ronort D. Lansden, James Lassi, Sylvia J. Lawson, Carl Leathers, Winfield Leavens, Edwin T. Leedy, Dorothy Lester, Van M. Lewis, Jack 5. Linville, James E. Lowman, Sherman Lowry, Lyie L. L nch, Patrick J. McCloud, L. C. McClure, William R. McCord, Marion D. McCown, Mrs. Marie McKenney, Jerry B. McMullin, Clifton McNaughton, Frank McNeer, Robt. L. Mackey, Joyce Maggard, Edward Marchetta, Anthony Marks, Joseph Marnhout, William M. Mastin, Holton H. Matherly, Leslie G. May, Lawrence C. Meade, Mary E. Msars, Mable Medley, Connell C. Megibben, William R. Melton, Herberts. Merriss, Thomas A. Meyer, Pirtle M. Minnich, Kenneth H. Miranda, Elba S. Moloney, Richard Monhollen, Leiand Moore, James W. Moore, Leonard E. Morgan, Raymond Morgan, William F. Morris, Henrietta Morris, John H. Mullin, Dixie Murphy, James K. Nagle, Joe Naser, R. O. Nightengale, Rufus K. Nolan, Carson O ' Brien, Robert O ' Keefe, John W. Paralas, James Parrish, John Peavler, Hugh L. Peters, John Pflauner, John Phelps, Orville E. Phillips, Carl E. Phillips, Kenneth Pitchford, Robert B. Plain John W. Porter, Edward N. Porter, Jimmie M. Potter, Ray Price, James E. Price, Robert N. Pntchett, Charles M. Ramey, James W. Randolph, Alfred, Jr. Raun, Stephen W. Ray, William L, Razor, Arthur J. Reusch, Elmer A, Reynolds, William C. Rhudy, Howard Richey, Don Richter, John H. Riddel, Billy J. Rihserd, Shelley Ritchie, Agatha J. Ritchie, Alan G. Roberson, William Roe, Chester Rogers, Emmitt V. Rogers, Harvey A. Rose, Orville Ross, Don C. Ross, James E. Rosson, Williams. Rowland, Cecil E. Rowland, Melvin L. 389 JUNIORS WITHOUT PICTURES Roy, Walter D. Russell, John Rylander, Bernard C. Sageser, Ann E. Sanders, Florence A. Saylor, Unis Scanlon, John D. Schwendeman, Mario Schmid, Sylvester H. Schreyer, William A. Scott, Paul W. Shuck, Thomas G. Simpf, Katherine A. Simpson, Frank Simpson, Gordon E. Simpson, James H. Sizemore, Richard C. Slappey, Ann G. Smart, Frederick Smith, Lloyd W. Smith, Robert L. Snedegar, Joyce E. Snyder, George O. Staley, Roy M. Sta , Da Stanton, Harry D. Stapleton, Francis Staton, Morgan S. Steele, James Steele, John D. Stephens, John L. Stephens, Wilbur Stepp, James E. Stewart, Gene B. Stivers, Rupert E. Stone, Donald P. Stone, George R. Strother, Jack H. Sullivan, Aaron T. Sutak, John L. Tackett, Charles S, Taylor, Daniel T. Tevis, Walter 5. Thomas, Doug las O. Thomas, George R. Thompson, Forrest Thompson, John E., Jr Thompson, Rodney J. Thornton, Charles A, Toomey, Kenneth C. Tribble, Charles C, Trujillo, Mercedes Turner, Beniamin R. Urbach, Adele J. Vaughn, Paul G. Vest, Ada R. Vinson, Carey P. Walker, William F. Wallen, NickC. Walston, Harriet S. Ward, Billy R. iM. Wa Wa Webb, Sa Wells, Harold G. Wells, Kenneth Welsh, Robert E. Westfall, Barne H. White, Norman Whitehead, William Whitt, Charles C Wilcher, Claude M. Wilkinson, Betty J. Williams, Clarence Williams, Earl M, Williams, Jesse C. Wilson, Allen F. , Ele 1 V. Wilson, Robert K. Word, James A. Worden, Robert G. Wright, Billy W. Wurtenberger, Harold Yance, Fred Yates, Earl C. Yates, Walter F. Youngman, Dean C. Adams, Elmer Brown Allen, Bobby Gene Allen, Talmadge Allen, William Roy Alloway, Paul Anderson, Richard Fritz Ange ll, Wilbur Austin, Clarence Baker, William Dudley Bass, Lawrence Martin Bauer, David H. Bell, Lewis Holton Besten, Clarence Henry Bires, Robert E. Blackburn James Thomas Bohon, William Earl Bradley, Mark B, Brislan, Robert Lloyd Britt, Gerald Stewart Brown, James Robert Brumbaugh, Cliftord L. Burdette, Thomas Stuart Butcher, William Lloyd Calvert, John Richard Camp, Clifton D. Campbell, Roger Carson, D. L. Carter, Lloyd S. Chappell, Robert Lee Chitwood, Wilma Jane Chowning, Robert Morris Cline, Arthur Clinkenbeard, Robert Morn Coleman, Frank Cooper, William Franklin Couch, Harold C. Craft, Reid Crawford, Mae Marie Currence, Jack H. Dalton, William Davis, Ettna DiFranc ' sco, Louis Richard Dougherty, Price D. Dusenberry, Richard Dyer, Julian Eden, William D. Elfstrom, Phillip B. Elliott, Lloyd A. Endicott, Hubbard M. Etter, Dave tvans, Luther Fara, William Elwood Farris, Robert Caldwell Ferguson, Walter B. Fouse, William Lewis Franklin, Bryce French, Vernon H. Fulton, D, K. Gaitskill, Robert V, Gardner, Larry Watson Garvey, Howard Hughes Gilky, James Thomas Gorman, John Patrick Gravitt, Samuel Grech, Alexander Griffin, Roy Gross, Albert Eugene Grossman, Walter K, Guinaugh, Daniel David Guthrie, Blame A. Hahn, Kenneth William Hall, Radford Halvorsen, Robert C, Hamilton, Curtis Donald Hannah, John Stites Hardcastle, Joseph A. Harlowe, Stuart Harris, Anna Mae Hartlage, William Bernard Haynes, Douglas Stanley Hill, Jesse B. Hoagland, Charles Holder, Robert Crews Hood, Charles Bryan Howarth, Robert W. Huffman, John Albert Humphries, Willard Inglis, James, Jrr. 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Tinsley, Treva Louise Talbot, John Sutcliffe Thomas, Clifford, Jr. Townes, Garland Ray Ulmski, Harry John Waits, Dorothy L. Weils, Betty Jo Wells, Frances Evelyn Wells, John A. Wheeler, James H. Wild, George Leo Williams, Forest Leon Willson, Jimmy Doris Woodruff, William Lee ■ing Enaii Abbott, Joe L., Jr. Adair, Sam E. Adams, Jay Curtis Adams Joseph P. Akin, Walter Gene Amburgey, Morns Jethro Ames, Eddie Anderson, Ralph Gilbert 390 JUNIORS WITHOUT PICTURES Anspach, Robert James Arnett, Orville Back, Clarence O. Back, Lyie Newton Baker, Jack W. Baker, Morgan Gerald Balch, David L. Balmut, Robert Beniamin Barker, Estill Eugene Barker, Granville Purduni Barker, Robert Barlow, Powell Mathew Barnett, Claude William Barnett, Stanley Barrett, Burkett Ragan Bassett, Clifton Hugh Bartsch, Richard Walter Bassett. John W. Bauer, Raymond George Bayes, Wendell Beatty, John David Belcher, Paul Jennings Beniamin, Howard B. 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Osborne, Earl Thomas Page, Blake Hubert Perry, Robert Mebane Pulliam, Royce Carter Ranney, Ralph Guerrent, Jr. Rouse, Harry Vernon III Scent, William Eugene Short, Arnold Smith, Donald Cawood Smith, Elizabeth Ratliff, Jr. Underwood, Thomas Rust Unthank, Greene Wilkerson Welch, John D. Wilson, Gilbert Milton 391 SOPHOMORES Agriculture Home Allard, George P- Allen, Harold D, Allgood, Douglas W. Armstrong, William Ashby, Kenneth H. Ball, Sylvester Banks, William M. , H. Barnes, Robert B. Barnett, Levisy J. Bates, Theodore B. Beam, David F. Bishop, Lewis U. Bishop, Warren R. Blair, Virgil Boyd, Louis J, Boyd, Morgan C. Brisbay, Jack Brockman, Arthur W. Brown, Carroll W, Brown, William A, Burch, Raymond H. Burcham, Landon K. Burdette, Margaret i . Burks, Martha V Burnette, Cecil C. Bush, Leon F. Carlin, Sara P. Carter, Tommy A. Case, Daniel J. Clark, Marcus W. Clarke, Gus E. Clay, JohnC. Clifford, Phillip G. Collins, Bobbie S. Collins, Roy P. Colson, Barkley F. 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Brownfield, Betty Brownfield, John Browning, Bobby J. Browning, Leiand E. Bruro, Albert Bryant, Elizabeth R. Bunger, Harold G. Bunting, Robert Burch, Leroy Burger, H. D. Burkhart, Donalda M. Burks, William H. Burnett, John R. Burns, James Burton, Areva Bush, Ann P. Bush, Benjamin Bush, Charles L. Butler, Charles A. Butler, Robert L. Button, Kent Byron, Ralph J. Calhoun, Louis Calvert, Kenneth D. Calbert, Leon Cambron, Joseph W. Campbell, Forrest K. Campbell, Owen M. Campbell, Patricia R. Carl, James H. Carlton, Ernest L. Carter, Leopold Carter, Harold Carter, Joe E. Caselnova, Dominick A. Cash, James Cavender, Truman Chamberlain, Worden A. Chambers, Flonnia Carol Chambers, Peggy J. Chambers, William D. Chandler, Michael D. Childress, Minta F. Chipley, Robert Chumley, JohnW. Cisternino, Robert 396 FRESHMEN Clanck, Roberta Clark, Eugene Clark, William H. Clark, Thomas E. Cobb, John Coburn, Garmon Cocke, John G. Coffman, Norris G- Coldiron, Robert D. Cole, Temple G. Coleman, James A. Collier, JaneC. Collins, Adrian Collins, M. T. Collins, Ralph L. Collins, Roberts. Collins, Walter S. Colvin, Louretta Combs, Gardner Compton, Peggy Conley, Jewell Conison, Allan A. Conners, Juanita F. Connor, James F, Conrad, Robert R. Conway, Margaret J. Cook, Katherine V. Cook. Maurice C. Cooley, Raymond Cooper, Suzanne Coovert, Dan B. Cornett, Earl D. Corneft, Frank C. Cosby, Arnold Costa, John Cotton, Virginia Coulter, Grace Cousins, Robert S. Clay, Albert N. Cox, Claude Cox, Henry V. Cox, Marion E. Cox, Loren Craig, Thomas W. Cranfill, Sidney M. Crank, James R, Crary, James Crayne, Carlye C. Creal, Nartha 5. Crews, William G. Crockett, Charles Cromwell, James Crow, Wayne Crutcher, Doris E. Curry, Robert L. Cvjeticanin, George Daniel, Jay R. Daughdrill, Helen L. Davidson, Ewing C. Davidson, E. Marvin Davidson, Myles H. Davis, Ben E. Davis, Joyce Davis, Leonard Davis, Robert B. Davis, Robert L. Dawahare, Cann Day, Polly R. Day, Virginia Ann Dean, Phyllis E, Dearinger, Eugene L. Delaney, Troy DeMoss, Finley Demues, Nancy Ann Dent, Eugene Derossett, Anna R. Devers, Richard DeVine, Nancy Dick, David B, Dickinson, Betty J. Dickerson, Julian R. Dobroth, Albert C. Dodson, Charles A. Dodson, Harry D. Doebener, Joyce S. Dolan, Michael B. Donohue, Donald J. Dougherty, John R. Downs, James P. Drake, Frank M. Dudley, Theresa M. Duff, ClineC. Duke, Mary Duncan, Reva Duncan, Wilfred Durham, James DuValle, William M. Durvall, June Fades, Forrest W. Eakins, Charles R. Early, Jane R. Eastham, Paul Eblin, William T. Ebling, Francis H. Ede, Sally L- Eden, Nancy L. Edgeworth, Myron Elde Eldridge, Carl Ellett, Nancy L. Elliott, Donald D. Elliott, Doris J. Ellis, Clenet Ellsworth, Hayword Engler, Frederick Errickson, Mary P, Erwin, William A. Etherington, John D. Ethington, Alva D. Eubank, Orville Eversole, Scott Fair, Frederick A. Fante, Leo W. Farley, James W. Farley, Joyce Farley, Wanda J. Faulkner, Thomas N. Faulconer, Billie B. Ferguson, Betty A. Ferguson, Bruce S. Fields, Jane Fields, William T. Figa, Sidney M. Fisher, Audrey M. Fitzgerald, Faye Fitzwater, Charles C. Fleetwood, Paul E. Fleming, Charles W. Fletcher, Charles E. Florence, Arbon H. Flynn, Lois R, Forkner, Holly R. Foster, Philip H. Fouts, May B. Frampton, Don Francis, Analie Francis, James Frank, Richard S, French, Richard R. Frost, Billy H. Frith, Eleanor M. Fugazzi, Paul E. Fuller, Frank A. Gagne, Roland E. Gallagher, Leonard A. Gallon, Nancy J. Galvin, James Gaston, Ha B. Rolland, Fred G. Gerald, Patsy M. Gibson, James J . Gill, Glenn Gillman, George 1. Gilbert, Betty J. Gilbert, Betty J. Giliun, Virginia Gioia, E.John Gitto, Paul F. Glenn, Norris Goldstein, Frances M. Goode, Roberta L. Goodin. Charles Gordon, Dorothy L. Gordon. Sylvia M. Graham, Mary A. Gray, James E. Green, Betty L, Greene, John G. Green, William R., Jr. Green, William D. Greenup, Calvin P. Greer, Anthony L. Gregg, Mary L. Gregory, Francis A. Gresham, James L. Griffin. Arthur A. Grimm, William L. Gross, Willard Gruver, Ruth E. Gulley, Frank Gunther, Alonzo Haas, Richard R. Hacker, Joe R. Hackney, Donald F. Hackworth, Robie Hale, Jean D. Hall, Eugene Hall, Harold Hall, Maxine Hall, Patricia A. Hall, William G. Halpern, Sidney Hambrick, Grayford O., Jr Hamilton, David L. Hancock, James W. Hammond, John Hampton, Melvin E. Hamlin, Omer Hancher, Sally Hanewinckel, William A. Haney, Dennis M. Hardesty, Lee W. Hardy, Charles E. Harkleroad. Herbert N. Harmon, Elizabeth Harp, Jesse G-. Jr. Harp, Marvin G. Ha , He Harrod, Do ' Othy Hartstern, Tom F. Hastings, James Hatchett, Julian P. Hatton, Anna J. Haun, Robert D., Jr. Hawkins, John E. Hayden, Ann L. Hayes, Bettye H. Haynes, Jacqueline M. Hays, Leonard J., Jr. Hazle, Darwin G. Hearne, Nance D. Hedges, Mariorie R. Heironimus, Richard G. Heller, Eugene P. Hemlepp, Alyce J. Hollingsworth, Marilyn Henckel, Frederick H. Henderson, Helen R. Henderson, Wendell H. Hendren, Emmet W. Hendricks, Joan E. Hendrix, Adrian F. Hendrix, James B. Hendry, Dora J. Henry, Earl M. Henslee, Francis V. Hess, Arthur E. Heflin, Donald Hibbard, James E. Hickey, Barbara Hicks, Bessie C. Hieatt, Charles W. Higgs, Irwin L. Hill, John B. Hill, John W. Hill, Myron S. Hines, John P. Hirsch, Walter Hochstrasser, Donald Hogan, Mildred C. Holbrook, Ray Holcomb, Cecil Hollingsworth, Marilyn J. Holloman, Chester Holman, Margaret Holstine, Betty A. Holton, John W., Jr. Holtzclaw. Margaret Honeywell, Eleanor Hope, Charles Hopkins, David C. Hoppe, Robert H. Horn, James M. Horfon, Richard L., Jr. Hoskins, Mattie K. Houston, Anne K. Hovermale, Ralph A. Han , Ho Hubbard, Harold H. Huddleston, Ann K. Hughes, Barbara Hughes, Henry A. Hughes, Peggy Hukill, Nancy Hunt, Edith Hurst, Nancy W. Hutchinson. Henrietta Hyatt, Elizabeth Hyman, Bernard Idleman, John D. Ignarski, JohnC. Ingels, Jane Inman, James S. Inghs, Alvin Jackson, Henry L. Jackson, Jaime L. Jackson, Lucille Jacobs, Arthur D. James, Nancy Jenkins, John L. Jenkins, Michael Jeter, John D. Jody, Bert Johnson, Asbury Johnson, Edgar F, Johnson, James D, Johnson, James H. Johnson, Jo A. Johnson, Jean O. Johnston, Lois L. Jones, Betty F. Jones, Charles A. Jones, Hazle J. Jones, Howard P. Jones, Kenneth Jones, Sue M. Joseph, Edward W. Jouett, Edward W. Judy, Jack B. Kaelin, James R. Kannapell, Jane G. Karem, Victor M. Kays. Robert L. Kayse. E. E. Kayse, William R. Kearney, James R. Kehoe, Sue A. Kelley, Eliz J. Kemp, James F. Kernen, Leonard T. Kerr, Joyce A. Kersey, John A,, Jr Kilgus, Marilyn R. King, Arlan K. King, Betty J. King, John S. King, Kitty King, Wallace Kirchgerrner, Donald Kirk, Eliiah T. Kirk, Eloise Kirkpatrick, Elaine Kiser, Wallace Kling, Suzanne Knapp, Paul T. Knight, Karl K. Knight, William D. Kochler, Robert Korfhage, Helen L. Kraus, John F., Jr. Kunkel, Bruce F. Laub, Ray P. Lambros, George A, Lancaster, William Lansden, Robert H. Larkin, Clyde F. LaRue, John S. Latham. William Lawrence, Marshall M. Lawson, Clifton Lawson, George M. Layne, Barbara A. Lee, Caroline H. Lee, James M. Leedy, Roy S. Leezer, Raymond F. Legacki, Thomas J. Lehrberger, John J. Lemaster, Earl Lessley, Harry R., Jr. Letts, Alfred C. Lewis, David C. Lewis, Mary E. Lewis, Mary L. Lewis, Thomas P. Lilly, Adelia A. Lindsay, David F. Lindsay. John 397 FRESHMEN Link, Robert B. Link, Robert L. Little, Kenneth E. Lockard. Daniel L. Long, Alberta D, Long, Dona H. Long, Mary L. Lowry, Lawrence Lowry, Ramon C. Loy, Violet C. Lucas, James W. Luigart, Judith Lukowski, Chester Lyons, Anna M McCann, Gaoroe R. McCaw, Mary F. McChesney, Ann P. McClure, Joan McConaughey, Jjmc D, McCurry, James McDaniel, Dorothy J. McDonald, Robert L. McEachin. Charles McGuire, Dorothy D. McGuire, Frances M, McGuire, James T. McKaig, Dianne McKeene, Donald E. McKenney, Tom McKenzie, William, Jr. McKinley, Mary W. McKnight, Billy W. McLendon, Edith McSpadden, Harold E. Macieiewski, Walter Maggard, Jack Mohler, Ralph J. Maloney, Ruth Maloney, William Mansfield. Billy, Jr. Manuel, Richard V. Marcum, John D.. Jr. Marcuzzi, Robert L. Marion, Edward K. Marlin, Arthur L. Marsh. Catherine J. March, Ramona J. Marshall, Fanne R. Martin. Edward C. Martin, Hugh 5. Martin, Joan M, Martin. Johnny D. Martin, Mary L. Martin, Michael G. Martin, Robert G. Martin, William J. Ma : W. Massey. Betty J . Mason, Patricia A. Massie, Lois S. Matlack, James S. Mattingly, Thomas J. Maftmiller, Richard M. Mattox, Thelma R. Mature, James R. Matz, Sally L. May, Albert H. Mays, John M. May, William O. Mayer, Mary Sue Mayes, Samuel G., Jr. Meagher, Robert F. Meffard, Eliz A. Merchant, Blanche B. Merritt, Jack D. Messer, Gertrude Metcalf, Opal R. Meyer, George L. Meyer, Virginia V. Meyers, William J. Michael, William R. Middendorf, Beverly G. Milam, Arden Y. Miller, Donald L. Miller, Eugene Miller, Jacqueline L. Miller. Richard M. Miller. Wanda J. Mills. Donald E. Mills. Herbert B. Minton. Martha S. Mitchell. Joseph G., Jr. Moberly, David Moffitt, Robert C. Mokas, Harry Moloney, Joan Monroe, William E. Montague, Barbara J. Montgomery, Myrtle E. Moody, Cordie L. Moon, John W. Moore, Bacon R, Moore, Billie M. Moore, Herbert A, Moore, John R. Moore, Margaret J, Moore, Rose M. Moore, Ruth E. Moore, Willard C. Moore, William C. Moran, Sally A. Moranz, Norbert J. Moreland, Ray J . Morgan, Armon Morgan, James R. Morgan, Sara E. Morris, Sara E. Morris, John B. Morris, Walter W. Mosby, Johnnie R. Moseley, James D. Moskowitz, Allen Mullins, Norma J. Munro, William B. Murphy, Ann Gilmore Murphy, Ralph C. Murstein, Leia I. Myers, Barbara J. Myers, Betty L. Nakdimen, Judith Nash, Betttie G. Neal, Dorothy A. Neblett, Shirley A. Nelson, James G. Netoskie, John H. Neudecker, Beverly J. Nevirs, Victer J. Newland, James E. Newman, Mary Newman, Thomas S. Newton, Charles M. Niles, Beverly J. Noel, Dallas R. Noland, Bernard C. Norman, Charles M. Norton, Jimmie Nunn, Mary O ' Brien, Joel P., Jr. Ocko. Alfred Odell.Mary O ' Dell, William E. Ogden, Bernetta A. Orttenburger, Alice Osborne, Billy J. O ' Toole, Maeve E. Owens, Bruce J. Pace, Betty C. Pancake, Gene Pannell, Judy A. Papania, William A. Pardue, Mary L. Parilli, Vifo Parris, Arnold T, Parson, Violet F. Paul, Eddie E. Payne, Clarence C. Payne, Fred R. Payne, William N. Pearson, Leonardi Peek, Charles E. Pence, Robert D. Pendergrass, George W. Perkins, Phillip J. Perrine, Ann Perry, Betty J. Perry, William R. Peters, Charlotte V. Peterson, Brian W. Pettit, William Phillips, Alice M. Picklesimer, Betty L. Picklesimer, Frankie .M. Pigg. Robert N. Peer, Marianne Peer, Marvin J. Polites, Andrew T. Polley, Robert B. Pope, Sammie S. Popplewell, Jane W. Porter, Charles G. Porter, James H. Porter, Shirley A. Portmann, Stanley R. Potts, Hanry Price, William Price, Edwn C. Price, Blanche E. Prichard, Joan B. Priestley, Mary L. Prince, Joe B. Pryor, Robert Pryor, Robert Purkel, Arthur W. Pumphrey, Marian J. Pulliam, Selbert P. Pulliam, Jam;sC. Pulliam. Helen Radden. Carl Ralston, Barbara J. Ramsey, Denzil J. Ramsey, Ernest E. Randall, Frank Rankin. Joseph L. Rankin. Rosemary Rawe, Richard A. Ray, Earl B. Rector, Roy G. Reed, Ray Reed, Robert D. Reed, William M. Raes, Raymond Reese Helen E. Reese. Jerry D. Relford. Lonnie E. Revell. Donald H. Rekis. Albin J. Reyneirson. Robert W. Reynolds, James M. Reynolds, Martha B. Reynolds, Warren W. I H. Ri , Mary A, el S. Rice, Robert L. Richards, Dons J. Ridlehoover, Margaret C. Risen, Harrell M. Roark, Richard D. Roberts. Harry S. Roberts, Marilyn J. Robertson. Diane B. Robin, Harry D. Robinson. Dorothy Robinson. Jack Robinson. James R. Roiinson. William R. Rodes. William D. Rodgers. John A. Rodgers, Lucille Rodgers. Phvllis R. Rollins. Robert G. Romanowitz. Mildred F. Roper, Joe S. Rorer, Fannie L. Rose, Janice E. Rose. Ray Rosenberg, Stanley J. Rosenthal, Gerald F. Ross, Jeff P. Rouse, Bobby Ann Royce, Henry H. Rozel, Richard M. Ruhl, Gene L. Runyon, Charles F. Rupard. Harryette L. Russ, Robert L, Russell. Carl R. Russell. Harriet A. Rutledge. Robert F. Ryland. Meldagonde H. Salot. Roger Sander. James C. Santanna, Robert R. Sarbenoff. James P. Schardein. Donald W. Schleifer, Frederick D. Schuhart. Ann Scott. William H. Scouten. James W. Scrivner. Edward I. Sea, Leonard Sears, Ernest E. Segel, Elaine Shannon, Molly Semonin. William J. Sewell. Patricia Shackleford. Betty M. Sharpe. Charles L. Shearer. Mary L. Shearer. Robert B. Sheely. Richard W. Sheridan. Martha A Sherrod. Richard Shewmaker. Horace W. Skinn, Gene K. Shinnick, Mary E. Show. Jo E. Simmons, Lex H. Simms, Dorthea A. Simpson, Nova Sither, William M. Skinner, Kenneth Slusher, Mary J. Slusher, Maude A. Slusher. William Smart, Mary J. Smith, Al E. Smith, Barbara Smith, Elizabeth L. Smith, Ernest R, Smith, Henderson B. Smith, Leslie E. Smith, Lorendz Smith, Marlys V. Smith, Ralph E. Smith, Roy B, Smith, Walter G. Snedegar, Carolyn S. Sohmer, Henry B. Somers, Marion Soper, William Southall, Robert E. Southwood, Vena Spellman, Richard L. Spoonamore, Donald R. Spiiman, William S. Spivey, Herman Spivey, William E. Stafford, Charles Stamper, Charles W. Stamper. Edwin M. S tanfield. Clarence H. Stanfield, Suzanne Stanton, Arch H. Stapleton, Lucille Stark, Irvin Statham, Laurel L. Staton, William L. Steele, Robert T. Steiner, Conrad S. Steit , Ma Stephens, Bernard W. Stephens, Juanita Stephens, Roscoc E, Stevens, Everett O. Stevens, Richard T. Stiles, W. B. Stille, Harry Stinnett, Charles D. Stocker, James L. Stokely, Jane R. Stokes, Martha S. Stone, Dorothy M. Sto , Ma Stone, Robert B. Strong, Guy R. Sfumbo, Harold J. Sturgill, Mary D. Sturm, Elenor J. Sullivan, Calvin K. Sullivan, Jack L. Sullivan, James B. Sutherland, Ina F. Sutton, Gladys M. Sutton, Shirley J. Swanson. Robert T. Sweeney, James H. Swetman. Dorothy Tackett, Walter Tandy, Charles Tarpley, Martha Taulbee, Jeanne Taylor, Ellsworth L. Taylor, JackS. Taylor, Marvin Taylor, Mary Teater, Roberta Terrell, Robert Terry, Alvah L. Terry, Ruby T homas, Arnold Thomas, James C. Thomas, Ogden Thompson, Betty Thompson, James E. Thompson, Shelley Thornton. Grace Thornton, Louis G. Thrailkill, George N. Tomlin, Joyce G. Toomey, James M. Tracy, Ann B. Travis, Gloria F. Trefz, Ruth E. Triible. Charles Tully, Leonard S. Turner, Betty J. Tuttle, Daniel S. Udry, Lois Ruth Underwood, Walter J Useller, Walter F. VanArsdall, Martha Vance, Donald K. 398 FRESHMEN VanHook, Juanita VanHorn, David L. VanMeter, Maurice R. VanMeter, Robt. VanMeter, Wilson M. Varley, Paul S. Vaughn, Carol Vaughn, Nancie Vaughn, Robert D. Veith, Donald Viall, Joan H. Vittitow, Robert K. Vockery, Betty J. Vorhees, William Wade, Seth Wagers, Lydia M. Wages, Robert G- Wainscott, Mary B- Walden, Cecil, 5r. Walker, William E. Walker, Wilma R. Wallace, Virgil Wells, William R. Walton, Wilma J. Ward, Cecil R. Ward, Ruth A. Ward, Shirley Ann Warder, James Warren, Danieel H. Wathen, Thomas W. Watkins, Dorothy A. Wayman, Barbara L. Watson, Robert E. Weaks, George T. Webb, Cleon A. Webb, Jane A, Webb, Kathryn Webber, Maurice D. Webster, James O. Weddington, Herbert Weeks, Guy E. Welch William L. Wells, William C- Werner, Robert L. Wesley, George W. Wessels, Jane C. West, Eula L. West, James W. Whalen, Elza Wheat Earl T. Wheeldon, Marilyn R. Whipple, Arthur Whisman, In.i S Whisman, Jean Whitaker, Mariorie L. Whitaker, Nancy N. White, Ancil E. White, Elizabeth I. White Mary K. Whitehead, Charles K. Whittaker, Walter Whitely, John F. Whitf, Burl J. Whitton, Frances Wiggins, Marion G. Wilborn, Thomas L. Wilkinson, Dorothy A, Wilkinson, Patty J. Williams, Ann S. Williams, Betty Williams, Betty Jean Williams, Lytton Williams, Raymond Williams, Robert E. Williams, Robert R. Williams, William T. Wills, Anna P. Wilson, Donald D. Wilson, Dorothy N. Wilson, Harold D. Wilson, Herbert G. Wilson, Martha A. Wilson, Robert W. Wilson, William J. Winburn, Anne S. Windes, Stanley B. Wise, Kenneth C. Wood, Donald Wolper, Lawrence S. Wright, Wilbur C. Yancey, James E. Yankee, Woodford Yates, Eleanor Yates, Jack A. Yeary, Charles M. Young, Henry P. Young, Joyce M Young, William H. Yowarsky, Walter R. Zehnder, Claude E. Zoller, GeraldineP. Anderson, Crawford C. Anthe, Don Hale Armstrong, Phillip Morris Arnold, Jerry Wayne Auen, Eugene Averbach, Jerome Barrett, Lila Dale Benson, John William Blake, Betty Boyd, Avanelle Brainard, Harold Austin Brown, Sara Mahalia Calvert, Ralph Dean Cason Ivan S. Cassilly, Vincent B. Cawood, Audrey Mae Cayce, Robert Clinton Charles, Beatrice Mae Cissell, Charles L. Cleveland, George Leslie Coffey, Betty Jean Cornett, Harold Corum, Jennings Cox, Fred Craft, Lillian J. Grain, Robert William Dacci, Robert C. Darnell, Kenneth Wayne Darter, William Irving Davenport, Robert Buchanar Davis, Ralph N. Dishman, Charles Hunter Donnally, Ralph William Durnil, Edward Huber Elkin, Beniamin J. Everman, Dorothy Jewell Farney, Jean Craig Earns, Harry Hawkins Finley, Bette Stuart Fletcher, William Franklin Foster, Paul R. Gabbard, Julian Reid Gardner, William Porter Garland, Daniel James Gee, Sally Giordani, Frank Glass, James Owen Goesman, Betty Jean Goodin, Charles Raymond Griffith, Robert Scott Habbert, Dolores LaVerne Haley, William Atkins Hall, Harold Lavon Hamilton, Esmond Joseph Harlowe, Catherine W. Harrison, Betty Royde Henderson, Lawson Gardner Henstey, Mary Lou Herman, Malcolm Herzog, Charles Peter Hogg, Stanley R. Howard, Daniel B. Howard, John Howard, Robert E. Hughes, Leola Hunt, Juanita Lee Hunter, Priscilla Jane Hyatt, Robert Lewis Johnson, Thomas Francis Jones, Robert L, Kay, Durwood Wendell Kirtley, Ann Lamb, William Lee Lehman, E. G. Lockwood, Ernest Bell Lowery, Roger McDavid, Carter B. McGreevy, Richard Allen Mabie, Joseph B. Mackenzie, James A, Mainous, Joe Ed Mangione, Anthony Joseph Ma , Calv Mams, I, G. Martin, Norman Blake Masonberg, Stanley Leo Mitchell, Robert Joseph Moore, Will Milward Neel, James N. Neu, John W. Noyes, C. M. Pappas, Ted William Parene, Thomas A. Peden, Joe Price Pitman, Robert Wood Pond, Geraldine Lucerne Potts, Harold Hall Powell, Henry Stuart Radford, Wynn Long, Jr. Ragland, William C. Reeves, Richard Caperton Reynolds, Beulah Catherine Richardson, Clifford Eugene Robertson, Alexander H. Robertson, Robert E. Robinson, Mary Kathleen Rose, Arnold E. Rowland, Eliza Bowling Ruley, Custer Russell, Donna Joan Scher, Stanley Bernard Shannon, Philip Martin Sither, Gordon B. Sither, William C. Skeens, Roy Hartzell Skees, Hiliary Slute, Donald Paul Smith, Gail H. Smoot, Paul Snow, Roger Warren Staton, Millard Meade Stergeos, Gus Stevens, William David Stewart, Robert Lynn Stout, Martha Ann Sturgill, Robert Lee Sullivan, Barbara Joyce Surgener, Damon M. Taylor, William Longest Thompson, Alice Wheeler Thompson, Paul Edward Toback, Gerald H. Todd, Bosworth M. Todd, James M. Truitt, John Lytle Turner, Carl Wilson Turner, Gardner Lewis Tweedy, Margaret Ellen Vance, Henry M. Vencill, Ruth Vickers, Grover William Weber, Herman Martin Weisenberg, Sol Weldon, Robert Leslie Welsch, Joan Whaley, Ruth Whitaker, Lucian C. White, Joe K, White, Joe K, White, Ronald G. Wieman, Alfred Hannibal Wiggins, Donald Cecil Wiggins, Stanley Robb Williamson, Jean Alice Williamson, William Piatt Wilhngham, Robert Owen Yates, Bobbie Dean Yates, Wiliam Austin Yessin, Hmda Young, Barbara Ann Ziegler, Harold John Education Caudill, Charles K. Clarke, Nancye Jo CoIIis, Nancee Coleman Dover, Marjorie Jean Gentry, Alice Elizabeth Graham, Patricia Gene Gray, Fawn Jean Gregory, William L. Helton, Frances Eleanor Hester, Joe Doss Houston, Mary Carolina Jaeger, Alvin Bernard Johnson, Margaret Grace Johnston, Josephine C. King, Jeannette Marie Kozlowski, Edward G. Lawson, Dorothy Mae Monhollan, Gawinna Moffett Moore, Robert Payne Morrow, John W. Murphy, Florence Elinor Oliver, Charlene Overly, Audrey Louise Selwitz, Harvey Paul Smith, William W. Stein, Norbert James Swan, Richard Edward Vincent, Jo Anne Walker, Dons V. Cobb, Betty Jane Wilson, Alma Lee Wilson, Annie Laurie Worley, Joseph F. Wright, William Eugene Enjii ring Adair, Attwell Mason Aldridge, Jimmie Heath Antle, Woodrow Lee Applebaum, Edward Myron Arnold, William Smiser, Jr. Atkins, James William, Jr. Barkhau, William David Baria, Fred Louis Barnett, Henry Lee Bellamy, Stanley Bennett, Wallace F., Jr. Bickel. Henry Douglas Bicknell, James Minor Blake, John W. Bogardus, Charles O. Boggs, Warren George Boleyn, Wheatley W. Boone, Charles Monroe Boring, John Wayne Brashear, Eugene Brown, David Eervin Browne, Will Rogers Brummett, Robert C. Buckner, Boyce Bernell Burnett, Edwin E.,Jr. Butler, Charles Thomas Bush, Kenneth Eugene Caldwell, Gerald G. Callahan, Sylvester Jack, Jr Calvert, Hobert Wood Campbell, John Beniamin Cantrill, Charles C. Card, Hugh C, Jr. Carter, James Lee, Jr. Christoph, Vern H. Coats, Thomas Franklin Cole, Basil, Jr. Cole, Bruce Lyon Coleman, Benny Roy Conyer, Jerry Donald Cox, Clark Bailey Cox, Frederick Gerald Cramer, John Albert, Jr. Crossland, Harold Oliver Curtis, Don Clark Custred, U. K. David, Robert William Davis, Forrest Lee Davir, Roy E Deckrr, John Hazard, Joshua W. Dicke " , Howard Albert Distler Raymond Jewel Downs, Melvm LaBree Drake, Gene Bartleson Dusina, Eugene Eddings, Grover Duncan Elkins, Charles F. Estes, Donald Miller Evans, Frank Robert Evans, Milton, Jr. Evans, Tiiomas John sole, Carl Joseph ,0s. • Alle Farrell, Ctiarles Willian Fields, Wi liam James Fields, Roger Francis , Loi ; Da Florence, Carroll Lee Frank, Loliis Francis, Thomas G. Gedrich, Edward Gipe, Robe rt Eugene Goodknight, William Mathis Getker, James A. Graves, Alfred Joseph Gray, Willis B. Greely, John Robert Greenwell, Robert Lee Griggs, John Minor Gross, Charles D. Grubbs, William Jennings, Jr. Haagensen, Preben Mandrup Hale, William C, Jr. Hall, Courtney Hamby, James Nelson Handy, Kenneth Darreli Harding, Kenneth P. Hardwick, Jack Allan Harelson, William Henry Harris, Freeland, Jr. Haskell, James Robert Hatfield, Gene Edwin Haycraft, William Russell Hearn, James Joseph Hensley, Rayburn K. Hewitt, Carlton Gilmore Higginson, Joseph C. Hines, Fred Vogel 399 FRESHMEN Hockensmifh, Owen Meredith Holland, James Read Howard, Warren Eugene Hudson, William Talmadge Humphrey, James Ellison, Jr. Ingols, Ben Crosse, Jr. , Wil Jacob, Arthur George Jackson, Theodore Chenault i Lev. Johnson, Be Jones, Kenz . Jones, Victor Clark Kaiser, Leslie Joseph Kaster, John Vernon Kelly, Thomas Earl Krebs, Clarence Robert Latham, Charles Francis Layson, Cyrus Steele Lewis, James Earl Livesay, Edward H. Lyons, Ernest Hubert McClain, Joe Bob Mackebee, William Arthur Marcum, Clarence Arthur Martin, Thomas Young Massie, Edward Lindsev, Jr Mattingly, Hugh Gilbert Merritf, Jack Alexander Miles, Gene Miller, Kenneth Van Leer Miller, Robert Edward Moorman, Richard Elliott Moore, Luther Moore, Robert Earl Morgan, Marion Thomas Morrison, Robert Brooke Moser, Kenneth William Moynhan, Eugenia Bridget Mullins, Billy D. Muncy, Victor E, III Myer, William Robert Wyers, Frank Raymond Navarro, Eduardo Nichols, Louis A. Nichols, William C. O ' Nan, Robert Lee Owen, Edward Haydon Owens, Joseph A. Pambookian, Harry C. Parrott, George Daniel Parry, David A Pickett, Vincent Bernard Plue, Mary Margaret Prafher, Paul Pruitt, George W. Raisor, Rowan R. Randle, Edwin, Jr. Rarden, Allen Thompson Rawlings, Harry Alfred Reynolds, Kenneth Ray Rhoads, Raymond Gerald Riney, Louis B , Jr. Rogers, Fritz, Jr. Rogers, Robert Eugene Rogers, William Boyd Roller, James Stephens Sanders, Orby Ray Sandusky, Frank Willis Sanford, Harlen Daniel Scott, Richard Cecil Sexton, William Edward Schneider, Francis W. Shackelford, James L. Shirk, Art Kern Shouse, Richard Thomas Shubert, Walter Clyde, Jr. Simmons, Edward Bertral Simcox, Ben M. Simmons, Robert D. Simpson, Thomas Edwin Sumpter, William Bradley Sisk, Ray O ' Neil Smith, Charles Woolfolk, Jr. Smith, Conway Myrine Smith, Eugene E. Smith, John Edward, Jr. Smith, OIlie J. Snedegar, Earl C. Spalding, Howard B. Sparks, Cullie James, Jr. Stapleton, John McClellan Stewart, Lawrence Stockdale, Harold Tackett, Thomas Baldwin Taylor, Alfred M. Topor, Ted Anthony Tudor, Charles Allen Vanek, Edward Stephen Van Meter, Jack Crosby Van Windle, Stephen Neel, Jr Varson, Theodore Richard Vaughan, John Elmer Veach, Darrell Alves Vicars, Hubert Walker, Richard K. Wall, Elvie Reece Ward, Charles Haynes Watts, Harold Whitney, Frank Dale Wilkie, Milward E. Wilson, Harold Lewis Wilson, Robert J. Winans, John Winstead, Gordis Melvin Wise, Ray M. Wright, Paul James Yelton, Philip A. Yost, Gene Edwin Younger, Eugene George Younger, Joseph John Law Akers, Dee Ashley Ayers, Bonnie Baldwin Baker, Roger William Bayes, Kenneth H. Bell, Richard Gordon Benton, Frank V. Ill Berger, Clegg W Berger, Everett Raymond, Jr. Blackburn, Robert Allen Blair, James Clifton Bowman, Warren Shelby Bradley, Martha Mary Burton, Everett, Jr. Buster, Jimmy Noel Byrd, William Bellew Cagle, A. Singleton Charles George Frederick, J r Cobb, Robert Emmett Cox, Dempsey Arnold Cox, Wilbur Gerald Daugherty, Brian Ward Diskin, John Anthony Duke, Melvin K. Edmonds, Hollis Edwin Feura, Ernest Foster, Alvin J. Francis, William Wilson Fritz, Roger Emerson Givhan, Thomas Bartram Goff, Kenneth Harold Graves, David Champ, Jr. Gravitt, Bernard Griffin, Gerald Robin Gromley, Charles Robert Hall, Moses Hampto i W. Hardin, Henry Townes Harding, Abel Turner Hardy, James Lamar Herdman Harry Thomas Hockensmith, Charles Hoge, Jr Hogg, Floyd Byrd Howell, Jack Hubbard, Robert N. Hughes, Hal Trimble Jones, Jerry Jones, William Beatty Keith, John William Kelly, John William King, Jason R. King, William Henry Larkin, Charles Marshall Leach, Frank Clay Lentz, Robert Goodrich Lewis, Bryan Lee Logue, Louis Michael Marcum, James Virgil Marcum, Walter Marks, James Morgan Marye, Edward Avonmore, Jr. Mayne, Arloe Wesley McCann, James Marshall, Jr. McCoy. Merlin Vermillion McGrannahan, A. Graydon, Jr. Miller, Jack Miller, Richard James Moxley, Jack Muncy, Robert Carlos Neace, Samuel, Jr. Nichols, Frederick E. Nickell, Archie C. O ' Laughlin, Bernard Francis Orlandi, John T. Parham, William Hill Pearce, Robert Marline Pedigo. John Albert Perry, George Chadman III Perry, Stanley Joel Phipps, Carl James, Jr. Plesnor, Edward John Quertermous, John Daniel Ratliff, Thomas Blake Rivers, Ernest William, Jr. Robertson, Richard Alfred Rogers, Harold T. Rotunno, Anthony Frank Ruberg, Robert Edward Schwartz, Louis Joseph Scott, James Fontaine ;hort. Buford Allen Smith, Bailey Petty Smith, Luster G. Smith, Samuel. Jr. Sowers, William Howard Spam, Thomas Butler. Jr. Spragens, Betty Lee Stephens, Robert Francis Sublett, John W. Swanner, Beniamin Franklin Targan, Royal Gilmore Thompson, Joseph Cavwood Unterreiner, Robert William Watt, Clarence Lee Wheeler Charles Dona White. Shelby Alvin Whitehouse, William Leroy, Jr Wilcutt, Willard Jewell Williams, Carl Paul Wood, Allen West Worley, Clyde 400 PAGE INDEX Accounting Club 233 Agronomy Club 236 Alma Mater 382 Alpha Chi Sigma 171 Alpha Delta Pi 264-265 Alpha Gamma Delta 266-267 Alpha Gamma Rho .. 290-293 Alpha Lambda Delta 175 Alpha Phi Omega 232 Alpha Sigma Phi .... 294-297 Alpha Tau Omega .. 298-301 Alpha Xi Delta 268-269 Alpha Zeta 152 Alpha Zeta Omega 168 American Chemical Society 220 Bacteriology Society 202 Band 238 Baptist Student Union 204-205 Beauty Queens 372-379 Brewer 374-375 McVey 376 Saffell 376 White 377 Allen 377 Lutes 378 Kirkpatrick 378 Block and Bridle 234 Boyd Hall 366 Canterbury Club .... 206-207 Chamber ot Commerce .. 227 Chi Omega 270-271 Chi Delta Phi 173 Choristers 237 Civil Engineers 196-197 Classes Seniors 24-83 Juniors 84-1 17 Sophs Frosh Cosmopolitan Club 203 Cwens 174 Dairy Club 208 Dean of Men 286 Deans 21-23 Deans of Women 286 Dedication 380 Delta Chi 302-305 Delta Delta Delta .... 272-273 Delta Tau Delta .... 306-309 Delta Zeta 274-275 Disciples Student Fellowship 189 Donovan 20 Dormitories 362-371 Dutch Lunch Club 209 Electrical Engineers 194-195 Engineering Student Council 243 Eta Kappa Nu 176-177 4-H Club 221 Freshman Club 193 Future Teachers 226 Guignol 198-199 Hamilton House 369 Harlan County Club 214 Hillel Foundation 210 Home Economics Club .... 21 1 House Presidents Council 364 Independents 360-361 Interdorm Council 370 Interfaifh Council 244 Interfraternity Council 288-289 Jewell Annex 370 Jewell Hall 365 K-Book 258 Kappa Alpha 310-313 Kappa Alpha Theta 276-277 Kappa Delta 278-279 Kappa Kappa Gamma 280-281 Kappa Psi 166-167 Kappa Sigma 314-317 Kentuckian 252-253 Kentucky Engineer 256 Kentucky Kernel .... 254-255 Kentucky Law Journal .. 257 Keys 178-179 Lambda Chi Alpha .. 318-321 Lamp and Cross 147 Lances 172 League of Women Voters 235 Lydia Brown House 368 McDowell House 368 Mechanical Engineers .... 201 Men ' s Glee Club 242 Military 259-261 Military Staff 260 ROTC Regimental Staff 260 1st Battalion Staff .... 261 2nd Battalion Staff .... 261 3rd Battalion Staff ... 261 Rifle Team 260 Men ' s Dormitories 371 Mortar Board 146 Newman Club 216-217 Norwood Society 200 Omicron Delta Kappa 144-145 On, On, U. of K 383 Panhellenic Council 287 Patterson Hall 367 Patterson Literary Society 215 Pershing Rifles 162-163 Phalanx 212 Phi Alpha Delta 156-157 Phi Beta 154 Phi Delta Chi 161 Phi Delta Phi 158-159 Phi Delta Theta 322-325 Phi Eta Sigma 180-181 Phi Kappa Tau 326-329 Phi Mu Alpha 155 Phi Sigma Kappa .... 330-333 Phi Upsilon Omicron 153 Pi Kappa Alpha 334-337 Pi Tau Sigma 160 Pitkin Club 245 Press Club 150 Professor of the Year 381 Pryor Pre-Med Society 218-219 Radio Studios 250 Sayre Hall 368 Scabbard and Blade 164-165 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 338-341 Sigma Chi 342-345 Sigma Gamma Epsilon .... 170 Sigma Nu 346-349 Sigma Phi Epsilon .... 350-353 Sigma Pi Sigma 169 Social Work Club 213 Sports 1 18-141 Stray Greeks 285 Student Bar Association .... 246-247 Student Government Association .... 184-185 Student Union Board ... 188 SuKy 186-187 Symphony Orchestra .... 239 Tau Alpha Pi 284 Tau Beta Pi 148-149 Tau Sigma 222-223 Theta Sigma Phi 151 Triangle 354-357 Troupers 230-231 Upperclass Fellowship .... 192 Veterans Club 228-229 WAA Council 248-249 Wesley Foundation 224 Westminster Fellowship .. 225 Women ' s Glee Club 240-241 YMCA Cabinet 190 YWCA Cabinet 191 Zeta Beta Tau 358-359 Zeta Tau Alpha 282-283 40T PERSONAL INDEX Balzola, Juan — 17,199 Barber, Ca -87 Abel, John — 87, 347 Ada , Carl— 27 irles— 87, 345 Adams, David — 27, 347 Adams, Joan — 87,265 Adams, Leslie— 357 Adams, Paul — 87, 333 Adams, Robert — 27 Adams, Ruth— 154, 191, 364 Addison, Jewell — 87 Agnew. Mary Jane — 27, 277 Akers, Dee — 158 Albrechf, Erwin — 87, 349 Albright, Douglas — 87, 289,355 Albright, Warren — 357 Aldridge, Jim — 309 Alexander, Tom — 345 -27 Allen, Buford — 27 Allen, Dewey — 87, 3 1 7 Allen, Dorothy, F. — 269 Allen, Dorothy Je ■ ndolyn — 87 87 Allei Allen Allen Hon -27 ibert — 87 Patsy— 27, 235.271 Allen, Robert — 345 Allen, Suzanne — 27, 281 Allen, William — 27 Allender,, William— 27,158 Allgood, Douglas — 295 Allphin, Robert — 27, 158 Alsop, Othniel — 27, 148 Altman, Estel — 87 Amato, Salvatore — 27, 327 Amberg, Brantly — 87, 212,29 Ament, Fred — 87, 333 Amidon, Roy — 27 Amis, Mildred— 27, 1 53, 204 Ammar, Adele — 87, 275 Anderson, Calvin — 87 Anderson, Crawford — 325 Anderson, Emily — 87, 277 Anderson, Janet — 175 Anderson, Jobie — 279 Anderson, Roberta — 27,185, 275 Andes, Betty — 87, 369 Anggelis, John — 27, 144, 147, 156 Ankney, Max — 353 Ankney, Nadine — 27, 269 Anthe, Don — 345 Arbuckle, Robert — 27. 351 Archer, Douglas — 303 Armsey, Harold — 87, 295 Arnold, Herbert — 359 Arnold, May — 87 Asbury, Arthur — 87, 325 Asbury, Jeanne — 27, 146,265, 287 Ashby, Kenneth — 327 Ashby, Patricia — 27, 246 Asher, Eston- 27, 331 Ashley, Elaine— 27, 269 Ashley, George — 27 Aspley, Robert — 87, 341 Atherton, William — 87 Atkins, Frank — 87, 349 Atkins, James — 207, 349 Atkinson, Peggy — 27,271, 364 Augsburg, Fred — 219. 313 Avent, Henrietta — 27, 207 Ayres, Louise— 87, 1 51 , 235, 267 B Bader, Lewis — 27 Bailey, Jack— 87, 351 Bailey, Harrison— 27, 351 Baillie, Janet — 275 Baird, Danny — 285 Baker, A. Doyle — 87, 204, 256 Baker, Cecil B.— 27 Baker, Edwin — 301 Baker, Evelyn— 265 Baker, James— 27 Baker, Jeanne — 275 Baker, R. Burns — 27,234 Baker, William— 27 Baldwin, Tom— 27,234, 31 1 Baldridge, John — 87, 347 Ball, Betty — 273 Ballantine, Jack — 309 Ballard, Annie Mae — 87, 204 Ballard, Joseph — 27, 351 Ballenger, Sara — 27 Baric rbieri, Victor- Barqer, Jean — 267 Barker, George E.— 27, 144, 147, 158,31 1 Barker, Le Grande — 267 James— 87, 335 Samuel— 333 AIco — 27,291 Barnes, Robert — 27 Barnes, Russell — 87, 355 Barnes, Thomas E. — 329 Barnett, Frances — 271 Barnett, Frank E. — 329 Barnett, Howard — 27, 224 Barnett, Jane — 267 Barnett, John V. — 87 Barnett, Katherine — 87, 191, 224, 267 Barnstable, Dale — 87 Barrett, Lila Dale — 269 Barrett, Jack W. — 325 Barrick, Frederick — 333 Bairow, Clyde— 87 Barrowman, Jack— 27, 351 Barstow, John — 28, 185,246 Bartalskv, Steven — 87, 319 Barton, James Moore — 87 Basenback, Tony Lou — 87 Basham, Jane — 87,279 Bassett, Frank— 87, 232, 339 Bassham, James — 337 Bassham, Pat — 28, 277 Bauer, Marilyn— 87, 271 , Ma -28 Baugh, Frank — 28, 204 Bauman, William — 87. 295 Baxter, George — 28 Beam, Barbara — 267 Beam, Sara — 28, 267 , Sedwick— 28 Beard, J a Becha i W. — 28 , W. B, — 28 Beck, Carl Ernest — 8 Beck, Rodney — 87, 212, 315 Beckett, Cecil T.— 87, 295 Becraft, Willard — 28, 148 Bedermon, Sidney — 87, 168 Beer, Manuel— 28, 219 Bell, Jack — 28, 144, 148, 172, 185,243,355 Bell, James Eugene — 88, I 66 Bell, Richard — 28 Bell, Robert D. — 28, 1 72, 273 nett, Carroll— 28 -28,335 ■itz, Jc -351 iingei , Richard— 28 Benson, John — 301 Bentley, David — 88,331 Benton, Frank— 28,31 1 Berg, Shirley Ann — 88 Berger, William — 28 Bergman, Weston — 88, 204 Berman, Milton — 28, 168 Berman, Samuel— 28, 359 Berry, Isaac— 28 Berry, Kenneth — 28 Berryman, Gerald — 88 Bertram, Alvin — 88, 161 Beuttel, William — 349 Bickel, Henry — 345 Bickel, Paul — 88,343 Bicknell, Elizabeth— 28, 146, 17; 207,271 Bidwell, Barbara— 279 Biggerstaff, Lewis — 88 Billiter, Betsy — 185, 271 Bingham, Vernon 88 Bird, Nancy — 28, 207, 252, 277 Bird, Sue Mae— 277 Bird, William — 88, 31 1 Birk, Eleanor— 253,279 Birochak, Edward — 28 Bishop, Edith — 88, 279 Bishop, Mary Jo — 224. 277 Bishop, Martha — 281 Bixler, William— 88, 147, 158 Black, Imogene — 28, 153 Black, Inez — 265 Black, Kerney — 28 Blackburn, Martha Nel — 271 Blackburn, William — 28, 299 Blackburn, James — 28 Blackstone, George — 88, 327 Blades, Joyce — 28 Blair, James— 311 Blair, Jeanette— 88, 283 Blair, Nell — 88, 275 Blakeman, Chester — 28 Blakeman, Robert — 301 Blanchard, Curfiss — 28. 204 Bland, Lucia— 187, 207, 235, 271 Blandford, Joseph Henry — 28, 166 Blankenship, John — 88, 33 I Bleidt, Robert — 28, 144, 155, Blevms, Kenneth — 321 Block, Beatrice — 265 Blount, Bryan— 28, 339 Blount, Jane — 88, 281 Blue, William — 335 BIythe, Bruce — 349 Boaz, Harry — 88, 331 Bobbift, Sara K. — 281 Bodine, Lovelace — 88 Boehler, Don — 28 Boggess, Betty — 88, 255, 277 Boggess, Robert — 28 Boggs, William — 345 Boles, William — 329 Bollinger, Jesse — 88, 327 Bolt, Dillard — 28, 234, 303 Booe, John— 349 Boone, Bonnie Belle — 88 Boone, Charles — 341 Boone, Walter S. — _88, 303 Borders, James- , Charle Boteler, Leslie — 271 Botts, Betty Bush — 271 Boucher, Frederick — 28 Boulter, Robert — 88, 343 Bovis, Georgann— 28, 219, 271 Bowen, Millard — 28, ' 303 Bowler, William— 31 Bowles, Nancy — 275 , Hele -31 -31 Bowman, Robert Boyd, Morgan — 347 Boyd, William — 31 Bradford, Mariorie — 88, 269 Bradford, Nancy — 281 Bradley, James — 88, 343 Bradley, Julie — 174, 175, 279 Bradley, Martha — 279 Bradley, Raymond — 31 Brady, James — 31, 373 Brake, Charlie — 31, 161 Brake, John W. — 88, 161 Branch, William — 345 Brashear, Ernest — 31 Brashear, Robert— 3 1 , 219 Bratcher, W. D.— 31 Breathitt, Edward — 88, 144, 147, 339 Breckel, Charles — 88, 303 Breeden, Robert — 88. 351 Breen, Patricia— 283 ' Brewer, Howard — 31 Brewer, Nancy — 88, 277, 374, 375 Brewster, Lee — 88, 307 Bridges, John — 88, 331 Bridges, Lucille— 31 Bridgewater, Lynn — 3 1 , 269, 287 Briggs, Warren— 329 Bright, Betty — 31, 146, 153 Bright, Mary — 31, 154 Bright, Nancy — 281 Brisbay, Jack— 291 Bristow, Ruth Jane — 88, 224 Britt, Gerald — 88, 1 87, 339 Broado ' us, Julia — 31, 146, 173, 273 Broadfoot, William — 31. 148 Brock, Daniel — 31, 156 Brockenborough, J ames — 3 1 , 299 Bronston, William — 31, 243 Brooking, Edward — 31, 343 Brooks, Alfred — 321 Brooks, Thomas Monroe — 333 Brookshire, Paul — 31 Brown, Andrew — 3 1 , 343 Brown, Barbara — 31, 269 Brown, Carlton — 3 1,319 Brown, David — 309 Brown, Dewey — 31, 204 Brown, Dottie — 273 Brown, Doug — 88, 303 Brown, Elizabeth — 273 Brown, Garrett — 31 Brown, Juanita — 31 Brown, L. Derral — 88 148. Brown, Raymond — 253, 349 Brown, Robert Lee — 88, 31 1 Brown, Robert Lincoln — 88, 166 Brown, William— 88, 339 Browne, Bill— 309 Brownfield, Burnetta — 31 Browning, Charles A —3 1 , 1 90, , 219, 335 Browning, Charles B — 31 Browning, John— 31, 158,323 Broyles, Morris — 31, 148 Bruce, Robert — 331 Bruckart, Kenneth — 31 Bruckert, Jack— 31,331 Brumbach, Robert — 31 Brumbaugh, Clifford — 88, 3 1 5 Brumf leld, Robert — 88, 347 Brummett, Jack — 295 Brummett, J ames — 3 1,319 Bryan, Betty — 265 Bryan, George — 31 Bryan, Martha Rebecca — 3 1,271 Bryan, Thornton — 31 Bryant, Bettie — 277 Bryant, Garland — 3 1 , 295 Bryant. Mary Hilleary — 32, 287, 277 Bryant, Samuel — 32 Bryant, Shirley — 279 Bryson, Frank— 32, 187,307 Buckner, Robert — 32, 347 Buckner, Virginia — 88, 273 Buechele, Calvin— 32,351 Burch, Ray — 313 Burcham, L. K.— 291 Burchett, Glenn — 333 Burdette, Monroe — 88. 335 Burgin, Ada Eugenia — 88 Burke, Joyce — 32, 265 Burke, Tommy — 307 Burns, Clarence E. — 32 Burns, Turner — 293 Burrell, Jean— 32,273 , Ela -32 Burton, Bernard — 152 Burton, Charles — 32 Buster. Claude — 32, 355 Butler, Willis — 32 Butterworth, Charles— 32 Button, Anne — 207 Button, Helen Elizabeth — 207 Button, Kent — 309 Byers, Kathryn — 32 Byrley, Charles — 32, 351 Byron, William — 32, 331 Cabell, John— 32, 161 Caines, James — 88 Caldwell, J. C. — 91, 156 Caldwell, James K.— 337 Caldwell, James R. — 337 Caldwell, L.C.— 32,323 Calk, Charles — 303 Call, Lolly— 279 Callihan, Bronson — 333 Calvert, Ralph — 309 Calvert, Robert— 212, 345 Camic, Roy — 32, 234 Campbell, Henry — 32 Campbell, Joseph — 91,3)5 Campbell, Pat — 265 Cannon, George — 91, 303 Cantler, E. D. — 32 Card, Hugh — 345 Carey, Sybil — 281 Carhartt, William— 313 Carl, James— 345 Carl, William — 337 Carlisle, Robert — 91, 335 Carlson, Paul— 33, 303 Carlton, Bert — 91, 327 Carmack, Cardin — 32 Carmichael, Willard— 91 , 31 1 Carpenter, J ack — 9 1 , 295 Carpenter, Ralph — 32 Carroll, William — 91,295 Carson, Carolyn — 91 , 281 Caswell, Gaylord — 309 Carter, Carl — 32 Carter, Carroll — 91,355 Carter, Ellis— 32,212,219 Carter, Edward J. — 32, 187, 190, 212 Carter, Robert L. — 91, 339 Carter, Robert L. — 91, 335 Carver, MaryCarolyn — 91, 154 402 PERSONAL INDEX Cash, Barbara — 9 1 Cash, Henry— 91, 291 Cashman, Edna Stevens — 32 Cashman, John— 32, 190,212, 355 Cassell, B. Hugh — 91, 207,327 Casseil, David — 32 Cassell, Thomas — 32 Cassidv, Frank — 32, 255, 307 Castle, Elinor Fair— 32, 204 Catlin, Elizabeth — 32, 281 Catron, David — 309 Caudel, Evelyn- 32, 173,219 Caudill, Earl — 309 Caughey, George 32, 3 1 9 Cavender, Jerry — 32 Cavender, J. T— 91,331 Cayce, D. D. Ill — 91,335 Cayce, Robert — 349 Caylor, Elizabeth- 32 Cecil, Eugene— 32, 331 Chandler, Ben— 313 Chandler, Bill— 91,327 Chandler, James — 32 Chandler, James L. — 91, 355 Chambers, Carcl—279 Cheek, David — 325 Cheek, Lois — 35,271 Chenault, James — 35, 158 Chenault, Paul— 35 Cheshire, John Carroll — 35 Cheshire, William — 35, 158 Chesnut, lone — 35 Chewning, S. Jackson — 35 Childress, Frank — 325 Chilton, Lloyd — 91, 253, 343 Chinn, Charles — 91, 303 Chitlik, Jacob — 168 Chifwood, L, L. — 35 Christ, Karl — 35, 253, 255, 351 Christian, Fred — 35, 319 Christian, Virgil— 144, 315 Cissell, Charles — 301 Clare, Michael — 91, 156, 217 Clarick, Roberta— 253. 284 Clark, Andrew — 35, 144, 147, 148, 273, 289 Clark, Donald— 35, 255, 289, 319 Clark, Dorothy — 275 Clark, John — 91, 335 Clark, Leslie— 35, 347 Clark, Lora Jean — 35 Clark, Mabel Ann— 269 Clark, Theodore— 35, 156 Clarke, Charles— 333 Clarke, Cornell— 351 Clarke, Noble — 35 rkson, J ames — 9 1,351 Clay, Den -91 Clay, Jack — 339 Clay, Lillian — 281 Clay, William — 91 Clayton, James — 91, 343 Clegg, Frank— 91,224 Clegg, Margaret — 35, 224, 283 Clements, Robert — 349 Cleveland, George — 341 Clifford, John R, — 91, 228, 351 Cliver, Phylli s — 275 Clore, Thomas — 178, 313 Clutts, James — 35, 343 Coats, Franklin — 341 Cobb, Mac G. — 35 Coffey, Fred — 91, 166 Coldiron, Lois — 91, 273 Coleman, Dons— 273, 287 Hele -35 Coleman, Robert — 91, 172, 185, 339 Coleman, Vivian— 35 Colley, Jack — 91, 219 Collins, Adrian — 345 Collins, Thomas— 91. 212,335 Collins, Vander — 35, 161 Colli ' -35 Combs, David — 91,315 Combs, De Coursey — 35 Combs, Don — 307 Combs, Dorothy — 269 Combs, James R. — 91 . 295 Combs, Ruth — 91, 285 Combs, Thelma— 35 Compton, Betty — 91, 187,265 Concannon, Martin — 31 1 Congleton, Conley — 337 ' zabeth — 91. 285 Connor, Raymond — 35 Conway, George — 91, 327 Conyers, William — 9t, 166 Cook, Christine — 91 Cook, Dons — 91 Cook, James — 35 Cook, Jian — 255, 265 Cook, John — 35, 158 Cook, Katharine— 275 Cook, Mary— 275 Cook, Russell— 295 Coombs, Shirley Ann— 283 Cooper, Claude — 35, 319 Cooper, Ernest — 91 Cooper, Harry — 91, 207, 212, 232,295 Cooper,, Leta — 369 Cooper, Mildred Jo — 35, 269 Cooper, Suzanne — 279 Cooper, Waller — 178. 234, 291 Coplin, Fred — 92, 331 Corey, Alexander — 35 Corey, Luther — 35, 161 Cornelisen, Loraine — 35,217 Cornett, Frank— 295 Cornett, Harold — 339 Cornett, McKinley — 35 Coskunogullari, Atalay — 35, 148 Cotterill, Arthur — 35 Cotton, Bruce — 293 Cottrell, Earl — 35, 335 Coulter, Ernest — 92, 303 Coulter, Yolande— 253. 255, 269 Countzeler, George — 35, 161 Courfenay, William — 35 Covington, George — 35. 323 Cowgill, William— 35, 339 Cox, Charles — 92 Cox, Jimmy— 349 Cox, John Robert — 36, 255, 319 Cox, Martin — 293 Cox, Mild red— 267 Craft, H. H. — 36,319 Crafton, Jack — 293 Crafton, James — 92,291 Crafton, Joe Ed — 291 Crafton, Richard— 92, 152, 172, 185,234,291 Craig, Joe — 92,232,335 Craig, Tabifha — 36 Cram, Robert — 349 vford, Jo vford, John -36 Crawford, Juanita — 36, 275 Crawford, Sue Ann — 36 Creech, Ann — 36, 277, 287 Cregor, Bob — 339 Crews, William— 333 Cripe, Gerard — 36, 166 Criscillis, George— 92, 339 Critchlow, Carolyn — 277 Crockett, John — 36, 144, 172, 245,239 Croley, Hannah — 36, 235, 273 Crosthwaite, John— 36, 289, 347 Crouch, Roy — 36 Crouse, Eugene — 36 Crowder, Myles — 36, 161 Cruise, David C— 36. 339 Crum, Mary Ann — 92 Crump, Betty — 92, 224 Crutchfield, Harriett— 36, 277 Crutchfield, Joyce — 36, 253 Cummings, Don — 321 Cummins, Dewey — 36 Cummins, Joshua — 36, 343 Cundiff, Joyce — 36 Cunningham, Franklin — 36 Cunningham, Helen — 92, 253, 265 Cunningham, Paul— 92, 232, 336 Cunningham, Virginia — 1 75 Curry, ByrI — 36 Curry, Howard — 92, 155,212,335 Currry, Louise — 92,271 Curtis Cutler, Marjorit -36 -92 , Gar ' -91 -35, 147, 158, Dale, William C. — 333 Dallas, Antony V. — 92, 339 Damron, Ben R. — 36 Danks, Harold B. — 36, 204 Danhauer, William Edward — 92, 158 Daniel, J. R. — 329 Daniel, Joan D. — 92, 273 Darbishire, Shelby W. — 92 Darter, William I, — 349 Daugherty, Brian W. — 92, 335 Daugherty, Fred H, — 36. 144, 147 158 Daugherty, Harry K. — 212, 353 Daugherty, Josephine Frances — 191 David, Robert W— 295 Davis, Frank Fowler— 36, 307 Davis, FredC. — 341 Davis, Herman D, — 36 Davis, Jack— 92,339 Davis, Joanne — 92,273 Davis, John W. — 36, 339 Davis, Martha — 36 Davis, William E. — 190 Davis. William K — 36. 289, 303 Dawson, Venita — 92, 291 Day, Polly Rogers— 253, 271 Day, Roger — 92, 339 Dean, Carl L. — 36, 303 Dean, Robert — 36, 307 Dearing, Leslie — 36, 364 DeBoer, Donald R. — 333 Deen, Robert C. — 1 78, 357 Deiss, Helen— 92, 173, 191,255, 273 Delano, Ella Marshall Cloyd — 36, 271 Delano, John Douglas, Jr. — 36, 31 1 Dempsev. Frank — 92,, 315 Denham, Josh — 341 Dennus, Nancy Ann — 269 Denton, Lowell O. — 36, 1 52, 234, 291 Deskins, Geno — 36, 187, 190,212 319 Detherage, William J. — 36, 299 DeVenny, Thomas — 92, 327 DeVine. Nancy — 284 DeVita, Joseph — 92, 319 DeWitt, William T. — 36, 307 Dexheimer, Lucy — 281 Dick, David B, — 313 Dicken, W. C- — 337 Dillehay, Hugh D. — 92, 295 Dillingham, Paul L., Jr. — 92, 347 Dishman, Charles H, — 341 Diskin, John A, — 325 Diskin, Tom — 92, 255 Distler, Jack E. — 39 Dixon, James A. — 92, 339 Dizon, Joan — 284 Doan, William A. — 295 Dolan, Michael B. — 301 Dobson, Gerald V. — 39, 355 Dodson, Don G. — 33 1 Dodson, Harold L. — 92. 319 Dosrhoefer,, Rudolph D., Jr. — 39 Dohd, Lee A. — 92, 277 Donahue, Dorothy — 39 Donoho, Harry R. — 39. 152, 234 Donohue, Donald J. — 337 Doolin, Robert F. — 92 Dorfman, Ronald C. — 92, 359 Dorr, Fred — 309 Dossett, Sue — 174, 191, 265 Downer, Mathew W. — 92, 327 Downing, Gene B. — 92, 339 Downing, Gibson — 178, 343 Doucoumes, John Phillip — 39 Doucoumes, Mariella Garner — 39 Downs, Melvin L. — 313 Doyle, Bette — 39, 275 Doyle, Charles S— 39 Doyle, Dorothy Dean — 92, 153 191 Doyle, Robert M. — 39, 327 Drake, Albert E. — 92. 234, 335 Drake, Doris — 92 Drescher, Thomas B. — 39, 351 Ores, Joe Anthony — 39, 228 Driskill, Kelcy L — 39 Droege, Donald R. — 39 Dryer, Jean — 207, 357 Duerr, Alden ST. — 39, 283 Duerr, Travis J.— 92, 335 Duff, Cline — 190, 337 Duff, Robert P. — 39, 319 Dugan, Robert D. — 39 Duke. Mary — 273 Duke, Melvin — 92,351 Dunagan, Robert T. — 39 Dunaway, Elvin E., Jr. — 166, 232 Duncan, James V. — 341 Dunlap. Mary — 39, 28 1 , 364 Dunn, Rose Marie — 39 Dunn, Malcolm — 92, 3 1 5 Dunnavan, Junius Calvin— 39, 161 Duns, Elinor— 39, 267 Durham, J. Chester — 204 Durham, James E. — 39 Durham, James L. — 92, 212, 289, 343 Durham, Martha — 1 74, 1 75, 277 Durnil, Edward H. — 313 Duvall, Colleen — 39, 224 Dwyer, Thomas P. — 39, 319 Eads, Walter — 92, 331 Early, Jane — 281 Easley, Chester — 39 Easley, Kenneth — 39 1 66 Eastburn, Gloria — 92 ' 267 Eaton, Bill — 95, 253 347 Ede, Sally — 269 Eden, Nancy Lou — 271 tddleman, James — 39 Edgeworth, Michael — 39, 185, l C Edmiston, Paul — 39 Edwards, Chester — 39 Edwards, Josephine — 39 267 Egner, Virginia — 39 Eith, Dons — 95, 281 Elder, Eugene — 301 Elkin, Benny — 309 Ellet, Nancy — 271 Elliott, Betty — 95, 271 Elliott, James — 95 Elliott, Joe David — 39 Elliott, Mary Ann — 39 267 Ellis, Clenet — 313 Ellis, John— 39 tills, Paul— 39 Elmes, Joseph — 95 166 Elmore, Peggy— 95 Enders, Jack — 95,327 Endicott, John — 95, 343 Endicott, William — 95. 339 England, Woodford — 39 Engle, Anita Jacobs — 39 Engler, Frederick — 295 English Anne E— 39, 154 Enicks, C. Ray — 39, 31 1 Enlow, Robert — 95, 234, 291 Ennis, Pat — 279 Eoelen, George — 39 Eppley, David — 317 Ernest, William — 333 Ernst, Hubert — 40 Ernckson, Mary — 267 Erskine, Charlotte — 40, 273 Escandon, Gene — 353 Esham, Curtis J. — 40 Estill, Milford — 40, 156 Estill, Robert — 40, 207, 323 Estrine, Gerard — 95 Etherington, Thomas — 40 Ethington, Norman — 95 Etter, Hal — 40, 339 Evans, Carl — 40, 347 Evans, Don — 95, 343 Evans, Patricia — 40 Evans, Williiam — 40 Everett, John — 40, 339 Everette, George — 40 Eversole, James A. — 95, 155,319 Eversole, James L. — 95, 166 Ewbank, Eloise— 95, 187, 191,36? Ewbank, Jean — 40, 191, 369 Ewing, Evelyn — 95, 191, 224, 267 Ewing, John— 325 Ewing, Nelda — 95,291 Ey, Douglas — 95,351 Fair, Freida— 40 Fairchild, Byrnes — 95, 355 Faick, Frank — 95 Fannin, Laura — 174,204 Fanning, Louis — 95, 319 Farmer, Frances — 40, 187, 191, 267 Farmer, Lois — 40 Farmer, Shirley — 175 Farmer, William— 40 Farnev, George — 40 403 PERSONAL INDEX Farrrs, James Neil — 40, 234, 291 Faulconer, Francis — 4Q. 307 Faulkner, Thomas — 329 Featherstone, Henry — 95, 161 Feezle, Gloria — 267 Feierabend, Jack — 40, 155, 207, 307 Fein, Samuel — 40 Feltv, Kenneth — 95, 315 Fergus, Charles — 95, 335 Ferguson, Betty Anne — 275 Ferguson, Bruce — 335 Ferguson, Walter— 95. 212, 335 Ferrante, Anthony — 40 Ferrell, Doctor — 40, 339 Ferring, Lois — 95, 191 Ferris, Joyce — 95, 279 Fest, Fred — 40, 355 Fethe, J ames — 95, 212,219,315 Fetterman, James — 40 Fields, Davis — 95,351 Fields, Mary Lou — 40 Fields, William — 333 Finch, Jeanne Kelly — 95, 275 Finch, Jerald — 95, 255 Fine, Ann — 95, 265 Finley, Bette — 265 Finley, Jane — 40, 275 Finnell, Charles — 95 Finnie, Jo Anne — 40, 267, 287 Fish, Betty — 95, 273 ck, William — 339 Fisher, Mar -95, 153 Fisher, Silas — 40, 299 Fisher, William — 40, 212, 219 Fitrpatrick, Thomas — 40 , Alii -40 Fizer, Emerson — 40 Fizer, Stanley — 321 Flege, Lois Ann — 40, 146, 151 173,252,267 Flege, Robert — 95 Fleischer, Lawrence — 40, 359 Fleischer, Murray — 40 Fleming, Catherine Grey — 40 279 Fleming, Charles — 333 Flood, Eugene — 40 Flower, Harry — 40 Flowers, Kenneth — 40 153 212 224,234 Floyd, Kent — 325 Floyd, Lucas — 95,315 Flynn, Lois— 275 Fogel, Herbert — 40, 359 Folger, Sherley — 343 Forcade, Jeanne — 271 Ford, Betty — 369 Ford, James — 95, 219, 31 5 Fold, John— 303 Ford, Lewis — 339 Ford, Russell — 43, 232, 299 Forgy, Byron — 43, 166 Foreman, Frank — 43 Forman, Judith — 277 Fortune, Kenneth — 43 335 Fossett, Edward — 95, 315 Foster, Bain — 335 Foster, Betty Ann — 95, 275 Foster, Eileen — 43 Fouts, May B. — 267 Fraiman, Robert — 359 Francis, Analie — 283 Francis, Angeline — 43 Francis, Catherine — 43, 369 Frame, Alexander — 333 Frank, Allen — 95, 285 Frank, Richard — 359 Franz, Gene — 345 Freedman, Beatrice — 253, 255, 284 Freels, Pauline — 43, 153 Freeman, Billie — 267 Freeman, Caroline — 1 74, 253, 265 Friedman, Sanford — 95, 359 Frisch, William — 359 Fritts, James Woodford — 95, 351 Frost, Jacqueline — 265 Frounfelker, John — 43 Frye, Robert — 43 Fugate, George — 43, 331 Fuller, Robert — 43 Fulton, Johnnie — 95 Fulton, Ray— 43,255 Furneaux, Margaret — 43 Futch, Suzanne — 43, 265 Futrell, Patsy — 273 Galle Gallc , Na -275 , Claude — 43 Gamblin, Magdalene — 369 Gardner, Dorothy— 43, 235, 267 Gardner, Milton — 95, 161 Garner, Gloria— 95, 281 Garr, Charlotte— 95, 235, 281 Garrett, Jane — 43, 271 Garrett, Landon— 43, 172, 190 Garrett, Margaret — 271 Garrett, Robert- " Garngan, Ma -43 n, Robert- Garrison, Vernon — 43 Garst, Betty— 96, 277 Garst, Robert — 43 Garvey, Gerald — 96, 232 Garwood, James — 43 Gash, Robert — 43, 295 Gatewood, Martha — 43, 295 Gault, Curtis— 301 Gauntt, Martha — 269 Gayle, William — 43 Gee, Sally— 265 Geiger, Mary — 43, 191,207,271 Genito, Ralph — 43 Gentry, William, Jr. — 96, 351 George, Edward — 43 Geralds, Oscar, Jr. — 301 Gerber, Miriam — 43 Gergely, Iryin — 96, 359 Getzel, Louis — 96, 168 Ghia, Jaswantria — 96 Gideon, Bundis — 96, 155,319 Giehls, Roy — 295 Giffin, Gerald— 96, 178,339 Gilbert, Herbert — 359 Gilbert, Mary — 96 Giles, Howard— 96, 187, 291 -96,327 Gile , No -43 Gill, Benny- Gillespie, James — 43, 303 Gillespie, John — 43, 144, 147, 158 Gillespie, Stanley — 43 Gillespie, Willard — 43 Gilmore, Thomas— 295 Gilroy, Michael — 43 Giltner, R. H— 43, 207, 234 Givens, Ambrose— 43, 152, 234 Glaser, Edward — 43, 166 Glass, Harr 96, 1 87, 327 Glass, James — 329 Gleason, Mary — 96, 265 Gleason, Peggy, 44, 265 Glenn, Carolyn — 44, 173,271 Glenn, Robert — 44 Goehring, Margaret — 96, 265 Goff, Mary — 96, 269 Goldberg, Jack — 44 Goldberg, Joyce — 44 Goldstein, Frances — 284 Goldstein, Irvin— 359 Golightly, Al— 96, 347 Good, Mary — 44, 146, 154 Goodlette, John — 44 Goodson, Mary — 44, 271 Goodwin, C. D, Rev — 224 Goodykoontz, George — 44 Gorbandt, Mildred — 269 Gordon, Joel — 96, 359 Gordon, John — 96, 343 Gordon, Margaret — 204 Gordon, Norman — 259 Gordon, William — 96 Gorham, Harry — 343 Gorham, John — 44 Gonn, Margaret — 44 Gorman, Betty — 96, 281 Grace, Garland — 44 Graham, Barbara — 269 Graham, Donald — 190, 345 Graham, Eugene — 96 Graham, Gordon — 44, 166 Graham, Joan — 96, 279, 352 Graham, Martha — 96, 275 Graham, Patricia— 275 Graham, Rubye — 44, 151, 1 87, 23 253, 255,283 Graham, Thomas — 96, 327 Grant, Raymond — 44 Grantz, Charles — 44 Grason, Roger — 44 Graves, James — 96 Gray, Fawn — 277 Gray, Virgil — 44 Grayson, Calvin — 44 Green, Betty — 279 Green, Harry — 96, 254 Greene, Sara— 96, 188. 191,271 Greenfield, Dalton — 44, 156 Greenwald, David— 359 Greenwood, Katherine — 44, 185, 269 Gregory, Clarence — 96, 161 Gregory, Daniel — 44 Gregory, Frances — 277 Gregory, R. E— 190, 337 Gregory, Warren — 44 Greoory, William — 337 Greifinger, Edith — 44, 284 Gnder. Ruth — 44 Griffin, Alvina — 44 Griffin, Henry 44, 156 Griffin, William — 44, 31 1 Griffith, Bert — 295 Griffiths, Jack — 44 Grigsby, Rebecca — 44, 207 Grimes, Joe— 291 Grimm, B. M.— 44, 285 Grober, Robert — 333 Grogan, Gaile — 96, 187, 291 Grote, Bill Don — 309 Grugin, Donald — 96, 31 1 Guenther, Elizabeth— 279 Guess, Jane— 44, 235, 283, 364 Guinaugh, Betty — 44, 277 Gullett, Charles — 44 Gulley, Charles — 44, 289, 291 Gulley, James— 96, 187,291 Gutermuth, William — 44, 307 Guthrie, Felix — 44 Guy, Elizabeth — 44, 275 Haag, Virginia — 44 Haas Dossie — 44 Haas, Richard — 345 Habermehl, Robert — 44 Hacker, Joe— 321 Hacker, Theodore — 44 Hagan, John — 47 Hager, Vernon — 47, 161 Hagerman, Robert — 47 Hahn, Willi, ck. Ma -47 Hale, Jean — 271 Hale, Walton — 47, 31 1 Haley, Marilyn — 96, 267 Haley, Rose Mary — 174, 175 Haley, Ted — 47, 243, 347 Hall, Barbara Ann — 207, 275 Hall, Courtney — 309 Hall, Don — 47, 331 Hall, Donna Jean — 269 Hall, Harold — 321 Hall, Herbert — 47 Hall, Jeptha — 96, 1 72, 327 Hall, Joe B— 301 Hall, Joseph— 47, 232,339 Hall, Mar one — 47, 154, 267 Hall, Maxine — 269 Hall, O. C. — 96,285 Hall, Pat — 267 Hall, Virginia Ann — 47, 277 Hall, William G. — 325 Hall, William R. — 96,353 Halley, Elwood — 47 Halmhuber, Mary — 47, 277 Halstead, Everett — 351 Ham, Charles — 47, 224 Ruby — 47 Ha lilt. niton, Carl— 96, 234, 291 niton, James L. — 353 niton, Jean — 47,281 niton, J. Hamlin, Mario -47 -333 Hammack, Louis — 349 Hammack, William — 96, 327 Hammerle, Ralph — 96, 347 Hammond, Evelyn — 47, 153,369 Hammond, John — 341 Hammons, Abe — 47, 234, 319 Hancher, Priscilla — 174, 271 Hancher, jally — 253, 271 Hancock, Darrell — 47, 144, 147, 158, 331 Hancock, John — 96, 190,339 Hancock, J. Pryor — 47, 289, 323 Hancock, Lewis — 293 Hannahs, Suzanne — 47, 265, 287 Hansee, James — 47 Harding, William — 341 Haring, Richard — 96, 295 Harlowc, Katherine — 279 Harmon, Gene— 96, 303 Harmon, Martha — 47, 269, 287 Harmon, Wilbur, 47, 234 Harned, Robert — 47, 291 Harp, Gene— 301 Harper, Edward — 47 Harper, Willard — 96, 329 Harrell, Jeanne 96, 154,271 Harris, Barbara — 96, 271 Harris, Betty Jo — 47 Harris, Don — 96, 166 Harris, Tom D. — 47. 158 Harris, Thomas W. — 47, 323 Harrison, Evelyn— 47. 269 Harrison, Evelyn — 47, 269 Harrod, William R — 47, 351 Hartfield, Jack — 47, 315 Hartlage, Robert — 47 Hartman, Elise — 47, 283 Hartstern, Tom — 295 Harville, Gladney — 96. 156 Hatcher, Charles — 47. 351 Hatcher, Helen — 96. 153.369 Hatchett, David — 47. 172, 187, 188,234,291 Hatchett, J. P. — 341 Hatchett, Robert — 96. 341 Hatfield, Gene — 349 ' Hatfield, George — 47, 158 Hatfield, Mary Lou — 99, 279 Haverly, Wilma Lee — 47 Hawkins, James — 48 Hawley, Charles— 99, 319 Hay, Meddis — 48 Haycraft, Joe — 293 Haycraft, William — 301 Hayden, Ann Lura — 271 Hayden, Jacob — 48, 234 Haydon, Ben — 48 Haves, Bettye — 275 Hayes, Paul — 48, 156 Haves, Walton — 48 Haynes, Jacqueline — 277 Haynes, Joyce — 99, 281 Haynes, Leonard — 48. 148 Hays, Carolyn — 99, 267 Hays, Jane — 269 Hays, John — 99, 331 Hazelip, Hubert — 48, 323 Hazelip, Raymond — 99, 161 Hazle, James— 99. 333 Head, Bernard — 99 Heath,Shirley— 48, 283 Hecker, Franklin — 48, 319 Hedges, Kenneth — 48 Heffernan, James — 99, 313 Heibner, Jeanne— 99, 265 Heick, John — 99, 289. 327 Heineke, Howard — 99 Heinze, John — 99, 345 Heiss, Betty — 174, 281 Heitz, Jerry— 99, 357 Helms, William — 295 Helton, Eloise— 48, 267 Helton, Frances — 267 Helton, James — 99, 158 Heltsley, Helen — 273 Hemberger, Jay — 99 Hemlepp, Jean— 48, 265 Hempel, Hugo — 48 Hendricks, Arthur — 178, 319 Hendricks, Joan— 277 Hendricks, Helen — 277 Hendrix, James — 99, 341 Hendry, Dora Jane — 269 Henry, Virginia — 99, 173, 191 Henslee, Frances — 269 Hensley, Lee Roy — 48 Hereford, Vivian — 48 Herman, Malcolm — 359 Herndon, Alex — 3 1 3 Hertlein, George Ann — 99, 281 Hettel, Henry — 48 Hetterman, John — 48, 234 Hetzel, George — 99 Hewlett, Peggy — 48, 279 He (left, S. R. — 99 Hibbs, Jack 99, 325 Hibbs, Joseph — 212, 253, 353 Hicks, B. Claire — 1 85, 253. 265 Hicks, Robert — 48, 152,234 Hider, Morns 48 Hill, Caroline — 273 Hill, Clement — 48 Hilliard, Luther — 99, 190 404 PERSONAL INDEX Mine, Patricia — 48, 275, 287 Mines, Beverly — 369 Mines, Fred — 295 Mines, Ray — 48, 166 Hinson, Jerry — 99, 277 Mifen, Mary Lou — 175 Mil Lilh, Mochrr 204 , Frede -48 Hoefelman, Ralph — 48, 224 Hogan, Katherine Ann — 48, 277 Hogan, Matthew — 48 Hogan, Robert — 48 Hogg, Ed— 99, 1 52, 232, 293 Hogg, Ray — 48, 234 Hogge, Walter — 48, 331 Hoqwood, Gene — 48, 339 Hohnhorst, Herman — 48 Holbrook, Emmett — 48, 327 Holbrook, John 48 Holbrook, Raymond — 99 Holbrook, Robert A. — 99, 327 Holbrook, Robert L. — 48 166 Moleman. Barbara — 99, 279 Holeman, William — 99, 353 Holland, Charles — 99, 339 Holland, David — 99, 212, 299 Holland, James — 48, 161 Holland, Read — 341 Hollingsworfh, Helen — 369 Mollingsworth, Kent — 99, 253, 255, 339 Hollingsworfh, Marilyn — 265 Mollingsworth, Raleigh — 48 Holt, Leron — 48, 355 Holtzclaw, Harold — 51, 144, 172, 190,212, 331 Honaker, Charles — 337 Honaker, Dorothy — 279 Hook, John — 51 Hooks, Faye — 99, 267 Hooper, Thurman — 99, 161 Mopgood, Jack — 51 Hopkins, Aubrey — 51 Hopkins, Eupha — 51 Hopkins, Vernon — 51, 148 Hopper, Jetha — 51, 166 Hopson, James — 51 Horine, Wallace — 343 Horn, David — 295 rnback, William — 51, 289,347 Ho , Julh -51 Moskins, Willram — 99 345 Houchen, Carol — 51,331 Houchens, Harry — 99, 166 Houchens, William — 99, 166 Hounshell, Arthur — 99, 291 Houston, Mary Caroline — 275 Howard, Douglas — 51 Howard, Fred — 99, 317 Howard, Harris — 341 Howard, Jean — 99 Howard, Morris Neal — 51, 351 Howard, Noble — 99 Howard, Ted — 99, 353 Hoyt, Donald — 51 Hubbard, Harold — 321 Hubbell, William — 51, 155, 172 Hudson, Oliver — 51 Hudson, Walter — 51 Muddleston. Melvin — 51 Huffaker, Grace — 51 Huffman, William — 51. 315 Hughes, Eleanor — 99. 279 Hughes, Hal — 99, 341 Hughes, Peggy — 253.. 277 Hughes, Raymond — 51 Hughes, Russell — 99, 355 Hume, Elmer — 51 Humphrey, W. R. — 51 Humphries, Jack — 301 Humston, Charles — 339 Hundley, Kenneth — 293 Hunt, Harold — 51, 339 Hunt, Stanley — 99 Hunter Billie June — 51 Hunter, Jane — 224,269 Hunter, Mary Ann — 5 1,271,287 Hurt, Rebecca — 99, 269 Hutchcraft, Ann — 100 Hutchinson, Agnes — 283 Hutchinson, Henrietta — 283 Hutchison, Robert — 100, 335 Hyatt, Elizabeth — 267 Mylton, Paul— 100 Idleman, John A. — 51. 319 Idleman, John D. — 333 liana, Lorraine — 275 Inman, Edwin— 309 Inman, Jim— 309 Irvin, Kathryn — 100 el, E, C- -51 Jackson, Betty J. — 51 , 265 Jackson, Doris — 51 Jackson, Edward — 51, 156 Jackson, Eli O, — 51, 323 Jackson, Frances — 100, 265 Jackson, Harry — 51 Jackson, W. Ben — 327 Jacobs, Algia — 51, 295 Jacobs, Carroll — 100, 341 Jaeger, George E. — 51 James, Nancy — 281 Jefferson, Nancy — 51 Jenkins, Hugh E. — 51 Jenkins, John L — 309 Jenkins, Wilbur L. — 51 Jenkins, William — 51, 148 Jennings, Anne — I 00, 273 Jernigan, Frances J, — 100 Jesse, Ruby — 51 Johns, Andrew G. — 51 Johnson, Charles H. — 51, 299 Johnson, Charles L. — 52 Johnson, Dewey — 100, 321 Johnson, Dons — 100 Johnson, Hal W. — I 00, 349 Johnson, Hettie — 100, 267 Johnson, James D. — 337 Johnson, Jerry D. — 52, 33 I Johnson, Leonard — 52 Johnson, Mane — 1 54, 269 Johnson, Morris — 100, 357 Johnson, Rachel — 174 265 Johnson, Ralph— 52 Johnson, Samuel — 100, 341 Johnson, William — 52. 166 Johnstor 1, James E.— 52 Johnstor 1, Jerald — 100, 158, 335 Johnstor 1, Lois— 265 Johnstor 1, Margaret — 271 Johnston, Phillip G. — 224 349 Johnstone, Edward M. — 52, 156 Johnstone, Robert P. — 303 Jones, Don E. — 100, 351 Jones, Elliott— 172, 187, 190, 228,331 Jones, Ernest E. — 52 Jones, Frances — 265 Jones, Grover N— 52,219 Jones, J. Calhoun — 52. 224, 351 Jones, Julia Ann — 52, 275 Jones, Kenneth — 329 Jones, Le Ruth — 273 Jones, L. Raymer— 52 339 Jones, Melvin — 100, 309 Jones, Moses L. — 52 Jones, N. C, — 52, 355 Jones, William B. — 155 Jones, William P. — 52 Jordan, Paul — 100 Jordan, Ruth Mae — 52, 269 Joseph, Mayme — 100. 369 Joyner, Henry Miller — 52, 166 Joyner, Joseph M. — 100, 341 Jouett, Edward Willie — 325 Juett, Virginia — 52, 154 Kafoglis, Milton — 52, 207, 3 1 5 Kain, Jack— 353 Kaiser, Robert — 52, 289, 3 1 5 Kannapell, Jane — 281 Kaplin, Merle — 52, 168 Kappa, William — 100, 357 Kasey, Kenneth — 100. 327 Kastleman, Lester — 52 Kaufman, David— 52 Kavanaugh, Joan — 281 Kavanaugh, Ralph — 52 Kay, Durward — 321 Kays, Robert — 345 Kayse, James— 52, 315 Kearns, Gene — 52 Keeling, Hersh— 100, 295 Keenan, Boyd — 52 Keeton, Anne — 52, 277 Keller, Charles — 52 Keller, John — 52 Kelley, Harold — 100 Kelley, John P. — 52 Kelley, John S. — 1 00, 341 Kelly, John W. — 158 Kelly, Winfred — 52, 299 Kemp, Helen— 52 Kemper, Charles — 100 Kendall, William — 52 Kennedy, Warren — 52, 335 Kenney, Edward — 52, 351 Kenney, Joan — 100, 277 Kernen, Leonard — 349 Kessler, Merman — 100, 323 Khoury, Nicholas — 100 Kidwell, Lebus — 52, 234, 291 Kilgus, Charles — 100, 161 Kimball, Jack — 52 Kimbrell, Robert — 100 Kincaid, Gerald — 52 Kincheloe, Robert — 52, 347 Kinder, Mobart — 52, 152 King, Alice — 52, 267 King, Eugene — 55, 166 King, George — 3 1 5 King, John — 329 King, Joseph — 55 King, Mary— 100, 175,267 King, William H. — 55 King, William R. — 55 Kingsbury, Phillip — 341 Kinsey, Jo Anne — 369 Kirby, Nancy — 55 Kirchner, George — 55 Kirchdorfer, Mildred Lee — 279 Kirk, E.T.— 341 Kirk, Jonquil — 100 Kirk, Sherwood — 55, 319 Kirkpatnck, Elaine — 269 Kirkpatrick, Forgy — 55, 281 Kirkpatnck, H. Louis — 55 Kirtley, Ann — 271 Kissling, Lamar — 55, 347 Kitchen, Morrison — 55 Kittinger, Martha — 100, 265 Klein, Norman 100, 172, 185, i59 Klein, RitaGreenwald — 55, 173, 284 Kling, Suzanne — 273 Kloecker, Phyllis— 100, 273 Knapp, Paul — 337 Knight, Joe — 100, 315 Knox, Mary — 100 Koenig, Keith — 55 Kozak, Eugene — 55, 243 Kramer, Joseph — 55, 219, 289 Kreitman, Arthur — 55, 168 Krekel, Charles — 357 Kreutz, William — 335 Kring, John — 55 Kuhn, Charles — 55, 355 Kuhn, James — 100, 295 Kuiper, John — 100, 155 Lacefield, Richard— 55, 161 Lackey, James — 301 Lackey, Marcus— 301 Lafferty, Donald — 100 Laffoon, Donald — 100, 234, 291 Lake, Virginia — 267 Lamb, Sara — 100 Lancaster, James — 55 Lane, Fonita — 273 Langebrake, Clair — 1 00, 224 Lansden, James — 55 Larkin, John — 100,347 Larkin, Margaret — 269 LaRue, Ann Elizabeth 55, 271 Lasley, John — 55 Lassiter, i La Jter, Ja -55, 158 Latta, William— 55, 309 Lau, Fred — 55, 355 Laub, Mary Ann — 1 00, 273 Lawler, Vincent — 55 Lawson, Gary Louise — 55, 253, 269 Lawson, George — 345 Lawson, Patricia — 100, 153,224, 265 Lawson, Simpson — 55 Lawson, William — 100, 353 Leach, Edward — 55 Leach, May Sell — 100 Lebus, John — 103, 234, 341 Ledford, James — 293 Lee, Caroline — 273 Lee, Dorothy — 103 Lee, Elmer — 55, 355 Lee, Robert E. — 103, 351 Lee, Sam — 103, 355 LeGete, Gene — 103 LeGette, Charles — 55, 303 LeMaster, J. Leroy — 55 Lentz, H. William — 55, 315 Lester, Van— 55, 285 Lester, Vestal — 55 Levin, James— I 03, 289, 359 Levitt, Jack— 55, 219 Levy, Anita — 55, 284, 287 , Alpha— 55 Lewu Lewi: Le« , Fan -55 Florence — 279 James A. — 313 James E. — 103, 341 Joy Carol— 55 Leiand — 333 Owen— 56, 212,343 Lewis, Robert H. — 56 Lewis, Tom — 309 Lewis, Willis — 56, 243 Liebert, Elmer — 103,335 Liles, Allen— 295 Lindstrom, Joan — 265 Line, James R. — 103, 144, 172, 185,351 Linehan, Robert — 178, 333 Lingenfelter, Les — 321 Link, Elizabeth— 56, 283 Link, Robert— 293 Link, Virginia Ann— 56, 1 53, 269 Linton, Frank — 56, 152,234, 291 Linville, Earl — 56,31 1 Little, Calvert — 56, 158 Littleton, Ann — 56 Lobb, Ralph — 56, 152 Locke, Howard — 103,321 Locke, John — 309 Lockwood, Harold — 56, 327 Logan, Howard — 313 Long, James — 103, 337 Long, Mary Lou — 279 Long, Maurice — 347 Long, Norman — 232 Longabaugh, John — 56 Lett, Wilfred— 103, 232, 255, 295 Loughrain, Edward — 56 Love, Harold — 56, 234, 291 Lowe, Alfred — 56 Lowe, Elizabeth— 103 Lowe, Ina — 103 , Ru ell — 56 Lowery, Roger — 309 Lowman, Shepard — 56, 172, 190, 212,343 Lowry, William — 56, 339 Lucas, C. D.— 329 Lucas, James — 341 Lucas, Joseph — 56 Luigart, Fred— 103, 341 Luigart, Judith — 279 Lung, Marjone — 103 Lusk, Howard — 56 Lutes, Ben— 103, 319 Lutes, Berth Ann — 269 Lyie, Joseph— 56,335 Lyie, Lewis— 56, 285 Lyon, Betty Jean — 265 Lyon, Elaine— 103,269 Lyon, William — 56, 207, 299 Lyons, W. Carson — 301 M Mabry, Claire — 56, 153,277,364 Mackebee, William — 349 Mackey, llus — 56 Macklin, Ann— 185, 281 Maddox, Caria — 279 Madison, Gene — 56 Maggard, Denvil — 56 Maggard, Mark — 103, 345 Mahurin, Stuart — 56, 158,289, 339 Mainous, Joe — 212, 345 Mallernee, Max — 56 405 PERSONAL INDEX Maloney, Henry — 56, 335 Maloney, William — 345 Mangione, Anthony — 333 Manley, Dale— 293 Mander, Albert — 103 Mandt, Barbara — 56, 273, 364 Ma , Charle -56 -103 d— 56 Marcum, Ann — 56, 283 Marcum, William — 56, 355 Marcus, Helene — 56, 284, 21 Marcus, Alvin— 359 Marcuzzi, Robert — 349 Msrkell, Herb — 103, 359 Markert, William — 56 Marlowe, John — 1 03, 343 Marsh, Alan — 341 Marsh, Joanne — 56, 265 Marsh, Joy — 56, 273 Marshall, Beniamin — 56 Marshall, Janice — 103, 285 Marshall, Leo — 56, 161 Martin, Alice— 283 Martin, Betty Jean- Martin, Dewey — 56 Martin, Doug — 103, 307 Martin, Felix— 353 Martin, George C. — 59. 327 Martin, George M. — 345 Martin, Glenn — 59, 335 Martin, Guy — 59, 166 Martin, Martha — 103, 187,253, Martin, Nell — 59, 279 Martin, Richard — 327 Martin, Thomas G. — 59 Martin, Thomas G, — 301 Martin, T. Y. — 309 Martin, William C— 59, 256, 355 Martin, William J. — 333 Marye, Ted — 327 Mason, Charles — 59 Mason, Marion — 59,291 Mason, Pat — 271 Massie, Edward — 329 Mastin, Edward — 329 Mastin, Bettye Lee — 103 Mathias, Charles — 333 Mathias, Frank — 1 03, 333 Mattingly, Jack — 59, 156 Mattingly, James T. — 187, 212, 347 Mattingly, William — 59, 355 Mattmiller, Richard — 341 Maturo, Frank— 178, 185, 187, 19 299 Maturo, James — 301 Ma , Paul— 59 y, Betty — 103 May, Charles— 59 May, Haven — 103 May, James — 345 Mayer, Mary Alice — 277 Mayes, Ann — 277 Mayes, Bob— 103,339 Mayes, Mac — 341 Mayhew, Howard — 59. 212, 34: Mayhew, Paul— 103, 345 Meade, Charles — 59 Meader, Robert — 59. 232 Meador, Dock — 59, 219 Meador, Harry — 103 Meadows, Azel — 59, 161 Mears. Mabel — 103, 273 Mee. Charles — 59 Meek, Robert — 59 Mehring, Edwin — 59, 161 Meihaus, John — 59 Melton, Carl — 103,353 Menne, Gordon — 1 03, 345 Meredith, Bernard — 59 Meredith, Kenneth— 103, 295 Meredith, William — 1 03, 357 Messer, James — 59 Metcalf, Everett — 59., 156 Metcalf, James— 59 Meyer, John — 333 Meyer, Virginia — 275 Michalski, Edward — 103 Middendort, Beverly — 265 Middleton, H. Allen — 59 Midkift, Kenneth — 103. 331 Milam, Arden — 265 Milby, Alvin — 59 Miles, Thomas — 59 Milkovich, John — 103,299 Miles, Edward— 339 Miller, Annelle — 273 Miller, Dorothy — 1 87, 265 Miller, Harry — 103,285 Miller, Jackie — 273 Miller, Joe — 59,315 Miller, Nathan — 359 Miller, Richard J. — 103 Miller, Richard M. — 103, 341 Miller, R. M. — 103, 341 Miller, Samuel — 103, 359 Miller, Thelma — 59 Mills, Edward — 353 Mills, George— 337 Mills, Hayden 59, 351 Mills, Herbert — 353 Mills, Maubert — 103, 156, 299 Mills, Robert — 321 Miniard, Wilma — 103 Minke, William — 59 Minor, Charles — 59 Minshall. Virginia— 59. 279 Minton, Willard — 59, 152 Minton, William — 59 Mitchell, Charles — 303 Mitchell, Margery — 277 Mitchell, William — 59 Moats, Andrew — 345 Moffatt, John — 317 Mokas, James— 309 Moldovan, Earl — 59 Moloney, Joan — 273 Monach, James Ellis — 59, 289, 31 Money, Lester — 59, 207, 31 1 Montague, Barbara — 277 Montague, Mary — 103, 265 Montgomery, Thomas — 333 Moody, Cordie Lee — 273 Moon, Jack — 345 Moore, Bacon — 3 1 3 Moore, Ben — 59, 323 Moore, Billie — 275 Moore, Charles — 321 Moore, Elmer — 103, 161 Moore, George — 1 04, 341 Moore, Herby — 253, 255, 341 Moore, James — 345 Moore, John F. — 1 04, 353 Moore, Margaret — 275 Moore, Nannie B. — 104, 271 Moore, Pat — 104, 273 Moore, Thurman — 104, 161 Moore, Will — 301 Moorhead, Hugh — 1 47, 289, 307 Moorman, Richard — 301 Moreland, George — 1 04, 335 Moreland. Roy — 341 Morgan, Bettie — 104. 279, 364 Morgan, E. Howard 60, 190,212 289, 351 Morgan, Mack — 104, 333 Morgan, Paul — 60, 303 Morgan. Wally — 60, 351 Morris, Mirilyn — 60, 283 Morrison, Robert — 357 Morrow, Donald — 60 Morrow, John — 104, 345 Morrow, Ruth — 104, 285 Morrow, William A. — 60 Morrow, William — 321 Morse, James — 60, 347 Morton, Juanita — 104 Moseley, George — 60, 347 Moseley, Wynn — 104, 207, 212, 343 Motsinger, Russell — 59 Mowat, Elizabeth — 104, 154 Mudd, Francis — 60 Mudd, Paul — 60 Muir, William — 313 Mulkey, Marian — 1 04, 207, 235, 253, 277 Mullens, Harold — 60 Mullins, Charles — 60 Mullins, Dewey — 60 Mullins, Joe Tom — 60 Mullins, William G. — 60 Mulloy, James — 104, 325 Mumford, Edwin — 60 Muncy, Robert — 60, 158 Munday, William — 60 Munro, Willis — 104, 309 Muntz, James — 60, 152 Murphy, Ann — 265 Murphy, Arnold — 60 Murphy, Elinor— 265 Murphy, James A. — 60, 355 Murphy, James H. — 60 ay, George — 60, 1 48, 355 Mu ul— 60 a — 369 Murstein, Lila — 284 Muth, Martha — 60, 283 Myers, Betty — 283 Myers, Frank — 345 Myers, Geneva — 364 Myles, Arthur Lee — 1 87, 191,212 232,295 Mynhier, Meredith — 104, 299 Me McAftee, Frederick L. — 60 McAlister, W. G. — 60, 295 McBee, Carolyn — 104 McCann, J, Marshall— 1 04, 172, 245, 289, 323 McCann, William H. — 178, 325 McCarthey, Jeanette — 104 McCarty, Tillie — 104, 271 McCarville, Margaret — 60 McCauley, Gentry — 104, 339 McCauley, Mary— 60, 281 McChesney, Ann — 277 McClain, Beryl T. — 60, 234 McClain, C, A,— 104, 301 McClave, Charles— 60, 161 McClure, Mary Lou — 104 McClure, Charles William— 29 1 McClure, Joan— 279 McClure, Lawas— 291 McClure, Spencer — 271 McCormick, Ollie — 104. 31 1 McConathy, Sara Hart — 104 McCord, John W. — 60 234,339 McCowan, Robert — 104, 178,307 McCoy, John H. — 1 04. 349 McCracken, Ralph, Jr. — 104, 190, 212,355 McCracken, Ruth — 104, 271 McCready, Karl F. — 60 McCullough, Bruce — 60, 148,319 McDaniel, Charles Victor— 60 McDaniel, James Foster — 60, 166 McDaniel, Kathryn — 60 McDaniels, Robert E. — 104, 327 McDonald, Robert L. — 353 McDowell, Louise — 277 McEuen, George — 104 McEuen, Marshall— 104 McGee, Cecil F.— 104, 155 McGehee, Charles R, — 60, 319 GcGinnis, Betty — 175 McGlone, Eugene F. — 60 McGohon, Reb J, — 60 McGowan, Frances— 50 McHargue, Carl J. — 60, 148 McKaig, Dianne — 265 McKenna, Mary Bert — 255, 269 McKenney, William A. — 63, 155 McKinley, Mary — 273 McKinley, George H. — 63, 158 McLaughlin, John L.— 63, 289, 33 McMullin, William B. — 63 McMurray, Gene B.— 63, 351 McNamara, J, B. — 63, 158 McNamee, Juanita Jeanette — 104 207,283 McNeal, James R. 104, 327 McNeil, Charles M. — 63, 343 McQuaid, Mary Ann — 269 McRoberts, Mary E, — 63, 275 McShane, William F. — 63 355 McVey, Priscilla — 273 McWhirter, Mary Sue — 63, 146 173, 188, 191 McWilliams, Anne — 63, 275 McWilliams, Betty — 63, 281 N Nally, Romuald, 104, 161 Nard, Joe — 104, 301 Nash, Bettie — 281 Neace, Sam — 104, 158, 343 Neal, Dorothy — 283 Neal, Robert — 63, 207 Neal, Sidney — 228,335 Neal, Robert — 63, 307 Nelson, Robert — 357 Neudecker, Beverly — 277 Newland, James— 321 Newman, Mary — 265 Newman, Ramona — 63, 279 Newsom, Robert — 104 Newton, Clara — 63, 364, 369 Newton, C. M. — 341 Newton, John — 63, 339 Nichols, Charles — 63 Nichols, Frederick — 63, 144, 185, 289,347 Nichols, Julian — 341 Nichols, Louis — 295 Nichols, W. C. — 325 Nicholson, Marvin — 63 Nickell, Archie — 63 Nickell, James — 104, 349 Nikolas, Robert — 104, 333 Niles, Beverly — 279 Noble, David — 63, 148 Noble, Rebecca — 63, 224, 269 Noe, Charles W. — 1 04, 299 Noe, May Beam — 104 281 Noland, Barbara — 63 ' Noland, Harold — 63 Northcutt, Betty — 104 265 Northcutt, Glendora — 104, 265 Northcutt, J ames — 33 1 Norman, Charles— 313 Nuckols, Seth— 232, 303 Nutting, Bruce — 104. 273 Oakley, Charles H. — 333 O ' Bannon, Ann — 1 74, 267 O ' Bannon, William — 104, 187 353 Oberst, Charles A. — 63, 351 O ' Brien, Joel, Jr. — 301 O ' Bryan, James V. — 63 Odell, Mary — 281 O ' Hara, John J. — 63 O ' Keefe, John W. — 63 O ' Neal, E. B. — 63, 148 Oldham, Mary — 104, 271 Orem, Moses — 63, 234 Orr, Charlene — 63, 248 Ott, John B. — 63 Orttenburger, Alice — 271 Osborne, Evelyn — 104, 369 Osborne. Mary — 265 Osborne. Virginia— 107 Overhultz, William — 63, 307 Owen, Gordon K. — 107, 355 Owen, Mitchell — 63, 303 Owen, Opal Nancy — 104, 186, 253, 269 Owens, Barbara Anne — 63 Owens, Bruce J. — 255, 353 Owens, Francis Scott 63 Owens, JohnC. — 107, 144, 172, 185, 188,325 Pack, Jane Dabney— 63, 153,275 Palmjr, Robert — 313 Panke, E. Rudolph — 107, 161 Pardue, Anne — 63, 151,253,267 Pardue, Mary — 267 Pans, Bob — 63, 347 Park, Curtis— 107 Park, Ridgely — 281 Parker, Emily— 1 07, 253, 283 Parker, Mary Anna — 104, 279 Parker, Paul — 63, 351 Parr, Robert — 63 Parrent, Patricia — 63 Parrott, James L. — 63 Passmore, John — 63, 166 Pate, Roger — 107, 351 Patrick, Bradley — 63 Patrick, Charles— 107. 172,253, 307 Patrick, Emma Louise — 1 07, 279, 287 Patrick, Mildred — 63 Patrick, Walter— 107, 172, 185, Pattersori, Betty — 107, 277 Patterson, Joan — 279 Patterson, Thomas — 63 Paul, Mary Lois — 107 Paxton, Patricia — 107, 271 Payne, Hobart E. — 349 Payne. Nancy — 275 Payne, Nancy — 107 Pearce, Phillip — 63, 335 Pearson, James — 63 Pearson, John — 63 Peavy, Bess — 63 Peavyhouse, William — 63, 155 406 PERSONAL INDEX Peden, Joe — 293 Pedigo, John — 1 07, 299 Peed, Alice — 63 Pence, Ernest — 63 Pendleton, D. L. — 63. 156 Pennebaker, Martha Lee — 1 07. 175 Penrod. Kim — 63. 323 Pentecost, Charles — 107, 337 Perkins, Fred — 107. 172.299 Perkins, John — 107. 317 Perkins. Louis — 107, 166 Perkins, Otis— 63.255 Perkins. Thomas — 63 Perraut. George — 107. 234. 293 Perrine. Ann — 273 Perrine, Jean — 273 Perrone. Patricia — 63, 277, 287 Perry, Early — 63, 228 Pewitt, Mae — 63 ,219,315 Pfelffer, Joan— 273 Phillips, Burl — 63, 331 Phillips, David — 107, 343 Phillips, Hughe! — 63 Phillips, Thomas — 63 Pierce, Channing — 63 Pierce, Harriett — 63 Pigman, Richard — 107, 333 Pitman, Robert — 333 Ploch, Mary Rita — 63, 279 Plue, Mary — 275 Podkulski, William — 321 Poe, Augustus — 63, 347 Poe, Marianne — 265 Poe, William — 107, 333 Pogue, Carolyn — 63 Pollitte, Bert — 107, 325 Pond, Jerry — 269 Poole, Russell — 63 Poor, Geraldine — 107, 207, 277 Porter, Shirley — 275 Porter, Thomas — 107, 353 Portmann, Stanley — 309 Potts, Colette — 107 Potts, Harold — 325 Potts. Nancy — 63. 146. 187. 191 Potter. Ella Rena — 107, 279 Pottinger, Samuel — 107, 313 Powell, Julius— 107, 331 Powell. Randy — 107. 295 Powell. Richard — 63 Powell. Samuel — 63. 347 Powell. William — 63. 347 Power. Barbara — 107, 187,359 Power, Ruth Ann — 63 Powers, Paul — 107 Prather, James — 63 Prather, Thomas — 63, 256, 331 Pratt, Paul — 63, 303 Preston, Barbara — 107, 275 Preston, Ralph — 63 Prewitf, Tom— 107 Pribble, Mary — 107, 281 Price, Arthur — 295 Price, Gail — 63, 279 Price, Hobart — 63 Price, Lona — 1 07, 279, 287 Price, Mary Ellen — 107, 277 Price, Walter — 107, 204 Prichard, John — 107. 299 Prichard. William — 107, 345 Proctor, James — 107, 295 Protfitt, Louis — 107 Pruden, Georgia — 63. 204 Pruden, Ida Mae — 107 Pryor, John — 307 Prvor, Robert — 335 Pryor Virgil — 63, 147. 158.207. 335 Purdon. Rayma — 63. 154 Purdy. Martha — 63. 154. 283 Puryear. Charles— 63. 323 Puryear, Robert — 63, 323 Quertermous, John D. — 349 Rankin, Bertie Lou — 207 Rankin, Edwin — 351 Rathell. Geron — 67 Rarliff. Carl — 67. 31 1 Rawlings. Dan — 108, 353 Ray, Ed— 108, 321 Ray, Tommy — 325 Recktenwald, Gerald — 67 Recktenwald, Kenneth — 67, 355 Reed, Charles — 319 Reed, Charlotte — 67, 173.204 Reed. Hartwell— 67, 1 56, 307 Reed, Talmadge — 67, 303 R ese, Edwin — 337 Reese, Jerry — 337 Reese, William 8—108, 353 Reeves, Bon— 67, 255 Redding, Edwina — 67 Rsgan, Herman — 307 Reigler, Norris — 67, 156 Rammers, Ray — 343 Rjnyer, Mane — 67 Reynierson, John — 67, 315 Reynierson, Robert — 317 Reynolds, B, Frank — 67, 331 Reynolds, Clarence — 67, 148 Reynolds, Elizabeth — 67, 277 Rsynolds, George — 108, 299 Reynolds, Mary Kallbreier — 67, 146, 154 Reynolds, Warren — 309 Rhoads, Louise — 174,175 191, 224 Rhoads, William — 67, 307 Rhodes, Jo Ann — 108, 273 Rhodes, Jo Ann — 108, 273 Rhodemyre, Dick — 108 309 Rice, Edwin — 108,333 Rice, Harold— 67, 234, 327 Rice, Helen — 269 Rice, King — 347 Rice, Mary Ann — 277 Rice, Paul— 67, 339 Rice, Shelley— 277 Richard, Sharon — 108, 277 Richards, Dons — 269 Richards, Joseph — 67, 323 Richards, Nancy — 273 Richardson, Alfred — 67, 234 Richardson, Clifford — 333 Richardson, Dorothy — 67, 154 Richardson, Kitty — 265 Richey, Marione Ann — 1 08, 253, 273 Richter, John Herman — 67 Riddle, J. Craig — 67,339 Ridge, Donald — 67 Ridley, Eloiise — 67, 153 Ridley, Mary Jo — 174 Riedinger, Marilyn — 283 Rigau, Noel — 67, 285 Riggen, Charles — 67 Riggs, James — 67, 307 Riley, Thomas — 67, 152,295 Riley, William — 108, 166 Ringo, William — 67, 31 1 Risner, Hurl — 67 Ritter, Louis — 67 Ritz, Marilyn — 108,285 Roach, Hugh — 67 Roach, William — 108, 166 Roadcap, Charles — 108, 161 Roan, James — 67 Roark, Bob — 68 Robb, William— 108, 331 Roberts, Edward — 6i 299 Robertson, Alexander — 341 Robertson, Diane — 271 Robertson, Robert — 108, 327 Robinson, Anna Catherine — 68 Robinson, Calvin — 108, 299 Robinson, Carroll — 68 Robinson, Don — 68, 343 Robinson, Haldon — 68 Robinson, Robbie — 269 Rodes, Dyer — 341 Rodes, Joanne — 271 Rodgers, Elizabeth — 108,279 Rodgers, John — 341 Rodgers, Mildred — 68 Rog, Sylvan Roy — 108, 161 Radden, Tom — 309 Rogers, Edward — 108, 161 Radford, Billy — 341 Rogers, Frank — 108 Radin, Edward — 107, 321 Rogers, Joe — 108, 161 Rafferty, William — 67 Rogers, Robert — 68 Rains, Karen— 107. 279 Rogers, Suzanne— 108, 185, 11 Ralston. Kenneth — 67 269 Ramey. Nancy — 108 Rogers, William B. — 31 1 Randall. Frank— 321 Rogers, William C, — 68, 323 Randolph. Ray — 1 08. 307 Rogers. William W. — 108,31 1 Romanowitz, Byron — 333 Roop, John — 68 Rose, Floyd David — 108 Rose, Frederick Raymond — 108, 353 Rose, Harold— 325 Rose, Mary — 108, 269 Rose, Ralph — 108, 313 Rosenberg, Charles — 68, 168 Rosenthal, Gerald — 359 Roser, James — 108 Ross, Don — 108, 341 Ross, Douglas— 108, 331 Ross, Franz — 68,228 Ross, James — 68, 152, 291 Ross, Wallace — 108 Rounsley, Frank — 68 Rouse, Bobby Ann — 281 Rouse, Isaac— 108, 343 Routt, Martha — 369 Routt, Robert — 339 Rowland, Betty Jean — 108, 285 Rowland, Thomas — 68 Ruark, Samuel — 68, 319 Rucker, Harold — 68, 147, 156 Rudoloh Joyce — 285 Rudy, John J. — 108, 333 Ruh, Rose Jewell — 108, 283 Runyon, August — 68 Rupard, Robert — 68, 331 Russell. Don — 108. 343 Russell. Donna — 279 Russell. Harriett — 277 Russell. Henry Clay — 108. 309 Russell, I C— 108 313 Russell. Robert — 108 349 Russell. William — 68. 147. 172. 185. 212. 255. 285. 289 Ruth. Betty Louise — 68 Rutledge. Robert — 295 Rutter. J. R. — 68 Ryan. James — 108,285 Rybolt. George — 333 Saad. Paul — 301 Saffell. Cora — 277 Sakona. George — 68. 228 Salchli. Stanley — 68 Salisbury. Charlotte — 68. 267, 287 Salot, Roger — 337 Samples, R. N. — 68. 152 Sampson, Betty Jaynj — 283 Samuel, Billy — 335 Samuels, William M, — 353 Sand, Michael — 293 Sanders, Flo — 108, 271 Sanders. Mary Lynn — 68. 273 Sandner. James — 309 Sandus. Oscar — 68 Sarakatsannis, Charles — 1 08 Sargent. Don — 68 Satterfield, Bowie — 68, 283 Safterly. Marvin — 68 Saunders. Dudley — 253. 255. 295 Saunders. Valerie — 68, 273 Saylor, Don — 68, 351 Sayre, Ruth — 68. 265 Schaffner. June — 68 Schaffnit. William — 68 Schardein. Don — 349 Scheer. Mitzi — 68 Scher. Stanley — 359 Schifferdecker. George — 68. 166 Schiffli, Albert — 68, 335 Schild, Richard — 337 Schill, Stanley — 108 Schimpeler, Hank — 108, 353 Schisler, Man Alice — 108, 279 Schlegel, Jeanme — 108. 281 Schleifer. Fred — 349 Schmidt. Fred — 349 Schneiter. John — 68, 190 Schoepf, J. L.— 1 1 1. 325 Schoolcraft. Herman — 1 1 1 Schubert. Martha — 68, 283 Schulenberg. William — 1 78. 329 Scott, Carl— 111 Scott, Carlos — 1 1 1. 190. 224. 353 Scott. Harry — 1 1 1 Scott, Hugh — 68 Scott, Juanita — 1 1 1 Scott. Lee Anna — 71 Scrivner. Irvine — 341 Scroggins. C. K. — 1 11,323 Eeale, Eva M ae — 1 1 1 , 267 Seaman, Blair — 1 11,311 Sears. Bobbie — 1 1 1 Sears. Paul— 11 1. 327 Seath. Dorothy— 175.275 Seay. Betty— 71.277 Sebree, David — 353 Seelhorst, Arthur— 111.212. 224, 234 Seese. Suzanne — 71, 265 Segel. Elaine — 284 Self. Chester — 71 Self, Edward — 1 11.327 Sellards. JoAnne — 71.281 Settle, Harry — 71 Sexton, Norman — 301 Shackelford. James — 329 Shacklett. Herbert— 1 1 1, 357 Shafer. Barbara — 1 1 1. 273 Shaffer. James — 1 1 1. 293 Shaffer. Loren — 1 1 1 Shaikum, Dolores— 71 . 284 Shane, James — 71 Shanklin, Barbara— 281 Shannon, Molly — 281 Shannon, Philip — 309 Sharpe. Charles— 353 Shearard. Murray — 303 Shearer. Robert — 71 , 339 Sheehan. Harold — 71 Sheets. Feraldine — I 1 1 . 279 Shehan. Ann Peake — 7 1 . 275 Shelbourne. Nancy — 71.271 Shelby. Ralph— 1 1 1.353 Shelton. Steve — 329 Sheridan, Martha — 275 Sherlock, Don — 111, 309 Sherman, Jean — 1 11, 187. 207, 275 Shewmaker, Horace — 321 Shields. Charles — 71 Shields, Marione — I II Shields, Nell — 71 Shiflet. Ronald — 11 1.339 Shinnick, Mary— 253 271 Shinnick, Nancy — 71 146, 235, 271 Short, Clarence — 71, 323 Short, Helen — 1 1 1 Shotwell, Clyde — 11 1 Shouse, Len — 341 Shrewsbury, Bettie Ree — 71,281 Shropshire, Betty Ann — 71. 146. 188.235.273 Shropshire. David — 228. 343 Shuffett. Garnett — 71 Siemans. William— 71 . 319 Slier, Annette — 269 Slier, Dorothy— 71,269 Simmons, Robert — 71,341 Simms, John — 7 1 Simms, Mary Catherine — 71 Simpkins, Mary Ann — 71, 283 Simpson, Dulcie — 71,285 Simpson, Mary — 279 Simpson, Thomas — 299 Singer, Emanuel — 71 , 359 Sina, Earl— 1 11,347 Siria, Gilbert — 1 1 1, 347 Sizemore, Dewey — 71 Skagg, Louis — 1 I 1 Skidmore, Mary Louise — 71 Skinner, Ken — 329 Slaughter, Do ' ores — 71 Sloan, William E, — 1 1 1, 156, 31 1 Slone, Ralph — 71, 295 Slone, William E. — 71. 351 Slute, Donald — 359 Smart, Holmes — 71, 31 1 Smedley, Betty Lae — 71, 269 Smith, Barbara — 265 Smith, Billy— 71 Smith, Carolyn— 1 1 1. 207, 277 Smith, Charles E—1 11,327 Smith, Charles R. — 71 Smith, Don Cawood — 1 58 Smith, Dorothy — 1 1 1 . 283 Smith, Emory — 71 Smith, Gordon — 343 Smith, Harry — 71 Smith, Hazel Jo — 71,369 Smith, James — 71 Smith, Joe Craig— 111,299 Smith, John — 71,291 Smith, Kenneth — 71 Smith, Linda — 271 Smith, Louise — 11 1 Smith, Lynn — 279 Smith, Margaret — 1 1 1 , 269 Smith, Marlys — 279 Smith, Omar — 72, 355 407 PERSONAL INDEX Smith, Paul — 111,311 Smith, Raymond — 1 1 1 Smith, Richard— 72, 156 Smith, Robert G.— l 11, 319 Smith, Robert S— 1 1 1 . 1 52, 1 72, 212, 293 Smith, Steve — 72 Smith, Sylvia— 72, 146, 153 Smith, Thomas J. — 72 , J.— 111,339 i P.— 72,323 , R.— 232, 343 11th, Thoma nth, Thoma nth, Thoma nth, Walter- iither, Cha -1 1 1 -72 -72 Sparrc Spear! Spear! Spea -1 12. 112, 253,255 —313 12,357 , Woodrow Snead, William — 72, 295 Snellen, Billy Ray— 72 Snowden, Harold — 1 11,311 Soard, Raymond — 72 Sohmer, Henry — 359 Solomon, Adrian — 72 Soper, John— 72, 152, 234, 331 Sorrell, Thomas — 72 Southworth, Frank— 1 1 1 , 309 Sowers, William— 72,303 Spam, Thomas — 253. 349 Spalding, Harriette — 72, 277 Sparks, Bill— 1 11,341 ;r.flrrr,w, George — 1 1 1 . 299 Jane Carter— 111,277 Clyde — 11 1, 353 Don — 1 1 1 , 353 Ralph — 72, 161 Specht, Joan — 279 Spencer, Henry— 72 Spencer, Hubbard— 1 1 1 , 325 Spencer, Mary Ann — 1 1 2, 273 Spencer, Merle Virc 283 Sperzel, Jean Ann- Spicer, Roberta — 72, 1 54 Spillman, Thomas- Spillman, Willi Spinks, John— Spragens, William — 331 Sprowls, Claude— 72, 299 Spurr, Jerry— 72 Stafford, Marian — 72. 154 Stamper, Robert— 1 12, 357 Stancil, Harold — 72 Stanfill, Barbara — 1 12,279 Staples, Harry — 321 Stapleton, Catherine — 72 Starnes, Bayard— 72, 327 Steele, Carlton— 72, 148 Steele, Joyce — 1 12,257 Steele, Margaret— 1 12. 269 Steele, Mildred — 72 Steele, Sandra— 72, 267, 364 Steely, Andrew Paul — 351 Sterner, Conrad — 253. 349 Stephens, Bruce — 1 12. 1 56 Stephens, Robert — 72 307 Stephenson, J. R. — 293 Stergeos, Gus- 309 Stevens, Eugene — 1 12. 187,333 Stevens, Jean— 112, 267 Stevens, John — 72 Stewart, Barbara — 72, 265 Stewart, Beryl— 72 Stewart, C. H. — 72 Stewart, George — 72. 299 Stewart, Jack— 72, 299 Stewart, Joyce — 72 Stewart, Robert — 112. 232 Stikeleather, Ome 295 Stille, Janice— 112, 187,269 Stites. James — 72, 307 Stivers, Raymond — 72 Stivers, Rupert— 72,219, 315 Stock, Paul— 72.355 Stockdale, Harold — 243 Stockton, David — 1 12 Stokes, Elsie Jeanne— 72, 235 Stokes, Glenn — 343 Stokely, Jane — 273 Stoll, Betty Ann— 112.277 Stoll, George— 112,335 Stoll, Richard — 337 Stoll. William — 75, 289, 335 Stone, Bob — 309 Stone, D. Marion — 265 Stone, Don— 75, 155,319 Stone, E. Marion — 207, 277 Stone, Francis— 75 Stone, Jack — 75 Stone, Norma Jean — 1 12 Stone, Roy — 1 12,353 Stooke, Willard — 75 Stough, John — 1 12, 325 Stout, John— 112, 31 1 Stout, Martha Ann— 273 Strange, Bernard — 75 Stratton, Harry — 75 Stratton, Horace — 1 12 .-Stratton. Ins— 75 Street, John — 232 -Stroube, Edward — 293 Strunk, Betty — I 12, 191 Struve, Dorothy — 75 Stubbs, Jeanne — 75, 275 Stumbo, Harold — 329 Sturgill, Barkley — 75. 343 Sturm. Jane— 283 Stutz, A. Victor — I 12. 347 Sullivan. Calvin — 333 Sullivan, Daniel— 75 Sullivan, Michael — 75 Sullivan. Paul— 1 12, 349 Summers, Robert — 1 12.331 Sunley, Betty— 75, 146, 173, 217 Surface, Cliftord—75 Surgener, Damon — 321 Survant, Ann — 1 12. 267 Survant, William — 75. 347 Sutak, John — 75, 319 Sutton, William — 75. 323 Sweeney. William — 75 Swetnam, Mary — 1 75 Swieterman, Robert — 337 Swinford, Louise — 75, 154,253, 269 Swinford, Mary Jouett — 1 12, 289 Swofford, Martha — 1 12, 224, 275, 287 Swope, Jean — 75, 277 Sympson, Mane — 1 12, 281 Tabb, Thomas — 1 1 2, 345 Tackett, Charles — 345 Tackett, Eddie — 321 Talbot, Sarah— 75, 265 Talbott, Marvin — 1 12, 155, 1 56, 307 Talley.JoAnn — 75, 154, 187,252 283 fandy, Ruth — 75 Tarter, Stanley— 112, 349 Tatum, Omar— 1 12,307 Tatum, Ralph — 1 12, 307 Taulbee, Martin — 75 Taylor, Charlotte — 1 12, 224 Taylor, Dorothy — 75 Taylor, Edward — 75, 339 Taylor, Edwin— 75, 207, 212, 295 Taylor, Eleanor — 75 Taylor, Ellis— 1 12. 155, 212, 219, 313 Taylor, Henry — 75, 31 1 Taylor, Hiram— 75 Taylor, Joe — 313 Taylor, John D. — 75,204 Taylor, John L. — 75 -112,224,23; Tay Law -75 Taylo Taylor, Marion — 75, 33 1 Taylor, Martha — 1 12 Taylor, Mary — 207 Taylor, Norman — 75 Taylor, Peggy — 75, 269 Taylor, Thomas — 1 12, 161 Teater, Wilton — 75 Teichert, Roy— 75, 212 Terhune, Allen— 1 1 2, 1 85, 254, 319 Terrell, Ronald — 1 12 Terry, Alvan— 329 Terry, Isom— 75 Terry, James — 75, 161 Tharp, Jack — 309 Thomas, Albert — 76 Thomas, Charles — 76 Thomas, David — 76, 323 Thomas, James — 1 12, 345 Thomas, Pat — 1 12 Thomas, Sara— 1 12. 207, 271 Thomas, William — 76 Thomas, Winford — 3 1 3 Thompson, Brent— 1 12, 291 Thompson, Guy — 76 Thompson, Joe Clifford— 1 12 Thompson. Herbert — 76, 299 Thompson, Robert — 76 Thompson, Shelley — 273 Thornton, Grace— 281 Thorp, Randall — 112,343 Thrasher, Holland — 76. 152 Threlkeld, William — 76. 156 Thurman, Harold— 76, 343 Thurman, Neilan — 76 Thurmond, John — 76. 219 Thurston, Charles — 337 Tietyen, John— 357 Tilton, Virginia — 281 Tinsley, Mel — 76 Tipton. Dons — 76 Todd, Bosworth — 207. 341 Tolar, William — 353 Tomich, Francis — 76 Tomlm. Joyce — 275 Toffy, William — 76, 347 Townes, Thomas— 1 12. 307 Tracy, Ann— 273 Trapp, Jo — 76, 273 Travis, Gloria— 284 Trent, William— 329 Trigg, G. Tracy — 76,291 Trimble, Glenn— 112.357 Trimble, Lou Ellen— 1 1 5, 283 Trimble, Robert— 115 31 1 Tripleft, William Ernest — 76, 219. 351 Trotter, George — 76 True, James— 115, 319 Truiillo, Mercedes — 76 Tucker, Jane — 1 15, 175 Tucker, Thomas — 1 1 5 Tudor, Kenneth — 1 15.313 Tuqqie, Georoe — 7 TuUy, John— 115, 155.309 Tune. Loren — 115 „ ., , , Turley Robert— 76 1 58 289. 31 1 Turley ' Winfield — 76. 289, 343 Turner ' , Carl— 309 Turner, Gardner — 3 1 3 Turner, Ray— 115. 319 Turner, Roy— 293 Turner, Ruby Jane — 76 Turpin, Roy — 76 Tussey, Monte — 76, 207, 253, 255 Tuttle, Dan— 333 Tuttle, William— 76, 289, 331 Tweedy, Margaret — 277 Tye, George — 1 1 5, 327 Tvler, James— 76, 158 Tyroler, Charles— 359 Udry, Lois — 279 Ullman, Ingrid — 76 Underbill, Anita — 115,277 Underwood, Walter — 325 Utferback. Robert — 1 1 5, 351 Valentine, Billy — 76 Vance, Edgar — 76 Van Goudoever, Sebastian — 76, 190,212 Van Meter, Lois — 1 1 5, 281 Varney, Anna — 76, 275 Vaughn, Betty Jo — 269, 364 Vaughn, Carol— 279 Vaughn, Elizabeth Ann — 174, 175 Vaughn, Joseph— 115, 349 Vaughn. Mary Wood — 1 15,271 Vaughn, Nancie — 277 Vaught, Delbert — 76. 152 Vensel, Lee H. — 76, 219, 224 Vertrees, Clarence — 1 1 5 Vigle, John — 76, 327 Vila, Manuel — 76 Vincent, Jo Anne — 364 Vincent, Raymond — 76, 158 Vinson, Tom— 1 15 Violette, Juanita — 174, 191 Violette, Robert — 1 1 5. 337 Vittitow, Robert — 295 Vlaholeas, Thanasco — 76 Volner, James — 76, 323 Volner, Patsy — 271 Voorhes, William G. — 76, 351 Voorhees, William R.— 309 w Wachtman, Charles — 1 1 5, 345 Waddle, John — 79, 204 Waddell. Glenna — 1 1 5, 267 Wagers, Lydia — 271 Wages. Robert — 333 Wagner, Jerry — 309 Walker, Alexander — 79 Walker, Carl — 345 Walker, Carolyn — 1 15, 273 Walker, Dons — 204 Walker, Frederick — 79 Walker, Homer — 79, 331 Walker, Julian — 79 Walker, Richard — 79. 207, 351 Walker, Ronald— 1 15,331 Wall, Gordon — 79, 355 Wallace, Betty,— 79, 281 Wallace, Bowers, — 1 1 5. 327 Wallace, Elmer — 79, 219 Wallace, Roy — 79, 147, 289, 339 Wallace, Victor— 115, 161 Wallace, Walter— 1 15, 339 Waller, Ford — 79. 31 1 Waller, Harry — 79 Walsh, Eva— 283 Walters, James — 79 Walters, Paul — 79, 148 Walthall, Dorothy — 265 Walthall, John — 79, 307 Walton, Elaine — 204 Walton. John — 79 Ward, Bertha Florence — 79, 191 Ward, Betty Tucker — 79, 269 Ward, Curtis — 1 15 Ward, John — 1 15, 31 1 Ward, Shirley — 273 Ward. William — 325 Wardman, William — 1 1 5, 341 Ware, William — 1 15, 307 Warner, Gayle — 178,337 Warren, Barbara Ann — 1 1 5, 255 267 Warren. Barbara Sue— 79, 151, 187,235,253,255 Warren, Dons — 1 15, 153 Warren, Jean — 1 87, 207, 273 Warren. John — 79, 343 Warren. Louis — 79 Wash, James — 1 15, 337 Wash, William — 1 1 5, 335 Wathen. James Leo — 79, 166 Wathen, Joe — 115,315 Watkins, John — 1 15, 341 Watson, Allan — 79 Watson, Charles — 79 Watson. Charlotte — 269 Watson. James— 307 Watts, Clyde— 1 15, 172, 185,347 Wayman, Barbara — 275 Wayman, William L. — 1 1 5, 351 Weakley, Ryburn — 1 15, 144, 172, 234,291 Weathers, Allene — 79 Weaver, Robert — 79, 190 Weaver, William— 79. 299 Webb, Betty Jane — 283 Webb, Dana — 79 Webb, Jane — 253,271 Webb, Mary Kathenne — 79, 207 Webster, Robert — 1 1 5. 357 Weil, Richard — 79, 359 Weinberg, Arthur — 359 Weisenberger, Phil — 79, 3 1 1 Weisert, Alma Jean — 79 Welch, William L.— 329 Welch. William M. — 1 1 5, 337 Wells, Francis — 79 Wells, James — 79, 152 Wells, John — 79 Wells, R. C. — 79 Wesley, Faye — 1 1 5, 267 Wesley, James — 79, 303 Wesley, Lewis — 1 15 Wesley, Robert — 79, 3 1 5 Wessels, James — 79, 335 West, Joyce — 1 15 West, Kenneth — 349 West, Mary Jo — 265 Wester, Dan — 295 Wetherby, Vernon — 79 Whalen, Allen— 1 1 5, 295 Whalen, Mark— 115, 295 Whalen, Robert — 79 Whalen, S. J.— 79, 347 Whaley, Charles E. — 80, 144, 147, 150, 186, 190,252,289,351 Whaley, Katie — 283 408 PERSONAL INDEX Whalev, Louis — 80 Whaley, Ruth — 265 Wharfon, Robert — 115, 144, 172, 185,351 Wheeldon, Marilyn — 265 Wheeler, Betty — 279 Wheeler, Charles — 1 15 Wheeler, Joe — 80, 156 Wheeler, William — I 1 5, 285 Whelan, Paul — 80, 331 Whicker, Jack — 80, 1 55, 207 Whifaker, Skip — 341 White, Betty — 80, 265, 364 White, Dorothy Ann — 1 1 5 White, Dorritt Jean — 80, 146, 173 191, 267 White, Henry — 333 White, John Frances — 80, 146, 273,287 White, Kyle — 299 White, Norma — 80, 2 1 9, 283 White, Stan — 80, 323 White, William — 219. 353 Whitehead, Elizabeth — 80 Whitehead, William — 80 , 315 Whitehouse, William — 333 Whitfield, Bryan — 80 Whitfield, Ed — 1 16, 325 Whitley, Mary Ruth — 1 16 Whitman, Jack — 1 1 6, 3 1 5 Whitt, Paul — 1 16 Whittenberg, Gil — 343 Whitton, Frances — 269, 364 Wick, Everett — 80 Wiedeburg, Roger — 293 Wiemann, Al — 309 Wiggins, Don — 345 Wiggins, Stan — 345 CVilborn, Thomas — 313 Wilcher, Claud— 80, 299 Wiley, Betty — 80, 281 Wilkinson, Dorothy — 277 Wilkirson, Howard — 80, 339 Will Will Will Will Will Will Wilt Willi Will Will Will Will Will. Will Will Will Will Will Will ams, Agnes. — 80 ams, Cameron — 80 ams, E. E— 80 ams, George — 80 ams, James — 80 ams, Jean — 80,224 ams, John A. — 80, 166 ams, John N. — 80, 148 ams, Lowell — 301 ams, Lowell D. — 80 ams, Margie Lou — 277 ams, Mary Ann — 80, 285 ams, Mary Brooks — 265 ams, Patricia — 80, 207 275 jl E - , 327 Willi; ams, Paul R, — 8i ams, William H.- ams, William R, — 80 amson, George C. — 1 16, 355 amson, George L. — 80, 343 amson, Jean — 273 ng, Barbara — 1 16, 207, 277 ngham, Robert — 337 , Lloyd — 80, 166 Willmoft, George — 80, 343 Wills, Allen— 80, 224, 335 Wills, Amy Dean — 80, 146, 153, 224 Wills, Charles — 80, 172,327 Wills, Glenn— 1 16, 187, 309 Willson, Bingham — 80 Willwood, Ida — 283 Wilson, Alma Lee — 269 Wilson, David — 1 16, 31 I Wilson, Dorothy — 207, 265 Wilson, E. Jeanne — 1 I 6, 235, 253, 269 Wilson, Eva Elizabeth — 80 Wilson, Harold Dean — 353 Wilson, Jane — 1 16, 269 Wilson, Louise— 80, 151, 277 Wilson, Margaret — 80, 364 Wilson, Margaret — 265 Wilson, Martha Ann — 277 Wilson, Mitzi— 83, 191,265 Wilson, Stephen — 83 Wilson, William — 83, 166 Winburn, Anne — 281 Winchester, Edward — 83 Winfough, Margaret — 83 Winfree, William — 1 1 6, 3 11 Winges, Charles — 83 Wintsch, F, Holland — 1 16, 285 Winzeler, Betty Jane — 83, 269 Wise, Charles — 345 Witt, John D. — 1 16 Witt, Mary — 83, 285 Witt, Richard — 1 1 6, 337 Witt, Zollie — 1 16,295 Woitowicz, Joe — 333 Wolfe, Betty Martin — 83, 277 Womack, Jack — 343 Womack, Richard — 1 16, 339 Wood, Allen — 323 Wood, Dorothy Anne — 83, 267 Wood, Judith — 283 Wood, Leonard — 224, 377 Wood, R. Wickhffe — 83, 355 Wood, Woodson — 1 1 6, 1 56, 339 Woodburn, Ralph — 83 Woodruff, John — 83 Woods, Anne — 265 Woodward, Charles — 1 1 6, 343 Woodward, Deuel — 321 Woody, James — 83, 148 Word, Alice — 83, 187, 369 Word, Carroll — 83 Worley, Ansel — 1 16 Worster, Ralph — 83 Wray, Carolyn — 83, 273 Wrench, W. B. — 83, 331 Wright, Benton — 83, 219 Wright, Harold — 83, 307 Wright, Margaret — 1 16 Wright, Marian — 1 16, 265 Wuerdeman, Thomas — 83, 3 1 9 Wurst, Charles— 83 Wyatt, Jane — 273 Wyatt, John B. — 1 16, 156 Wyatt, Virginia — 1 16, 283 Wyatt, William — 83 Yager, Julie — 281 Yankett, Woodford — 333 Yates, Eleanor — 267 Yates, William — 349 Yeary, Charles — 345 Yeary, Singleton — 83, 343 Yessin, Rudy— 83, 158 Yonkos, Athena — 83, 219 Young, Barbara Ann — 269 Young, Bennett — 83 Young, Charles E.— 329 Young, Charles W.— 1 16, 339 Young, Henry — 325 Young, John — 116, 355 Young, Mary Lillard— 1 16, 271 Young, Ramon — 83 Youtsey, Sally — 1 16, 279 Zabban, Quinizio — 83 Zax, Henry — 116, 161 Zinser, William — 1 16 Zuckerman, Leonard — 359 409 THIS IS THE END Of the long, hord rood we travelled to produce the 1949 Kentuckian. Though tired, we ' re laughing because the job is done and we ' re " free " people again. We think we ' ve done a good job too, and that makes us doubly happy. Turning through these pages that picture transitory moments of UK ' 49, one could never know the trials, tribulations, and countless problems involved in the publication of such a book. The staff which experienced these things will not soon forget, them, however. Now the time has come to ocknowledge service to groups ond individuals. The first bouquet goes to our faithful staff members, especially those earnest freshmen, who gave freely of their time and tal- ents. To Fred Noer, Bob Loewer, and John Pryor of In- dianapolis Engraving Company go our heartfelt thonks for speedy service and excellent advice. The Kingsport Press, Kingsport, Tennessee, did the binding and covers for the ' 49 Kentuckian. The cover was originally designed by Lois Ann Flege. Individual photographs were taken by Chidnoff Studio of New York, while Jimmy Somes of Lex- ington shot most group pictures. Mack Hughes of Lexington did the beauty section and some sports pictures. Acknowledgement is due Coufield and Shook of Louisville for their famous pictures reproduced on pages eight and nine. Kentucky ' s Department of Highways is responsible for the beautiful state scenes on pages ten and eleven. Printing was done by the Kentucky Kernel plant in McVey Hall. Our thanks go to the Student Union Board for the use of the Union in the fall for the taking of pic- tures. We are grateful to the Board of Student Publica- tions for placing us in these positions of responsi- bility. Finally, thanks to all the organizations which co- operated with the staff in submitting their mater- ial. Without this cooperotion the book could never hove been published on time. And now we shall fold our tents like Arabs and silently steal away ... to the annual Kentuckian- Kernel picnic in celebration of a great year in our journalistic life. CHARLES WHALEY Editor it ' s a great day when the finished Kentuckians are received and ready for distribution. The smiling faces be- long to Lois Ann Flege, assistant managing editor; Charles Whaley, editor; Nancy Bird, business manager, and Charles Patrick, managing editor. AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAP HS -v

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