University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY)
- Class of 1950
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presents o reminiscing record ot lite ot the University of
Kentucky tor the yeor 1950. Herein pleose find o pictoriol
occount ofthe foct, feel, foces, domes, gomes, groups, ond
grounds which mode your turn-of-the-century yeor ot the
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
Chorles M. Potrick, Editor
Mory E. Shinnick, Monoging Editor
E. Jeonne Wilson, Business Monoger
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BIG EVENTS MADE
OUR YEAR GREAT
. . . And even the little events will
haunt our memories. There were our
COLOSSAL dances, our STUPENDOUS
games, our TREMENDOUS activities,
our' HUGE assignments, and best of
all, our BIG dates. We were crazy for
this college life. .
What we did made our year in-
teresting. For a perspective of our
year, l950, follow the Kentuckian
Beauties ......., 26
Administration ...... 36
Activities ........ .. 42
Classes ..., .. .. l88
Greeks ...... ...,.. 2 72
Dorms ...... ...... 3 63
THE RIGORS OF
REGISTRATION . .
. . . and freshman frustration was
only a starter. Who will forget climb-
ing to the rafters in Alumni Gym . . .
finding a dusty bench . . . ond sweat-
ing over schedules? The floor below
was a maze of pained expressions . . .
a mass of serious suffering . . . Sorry,
Physics is full . . . Here's a snap . . .
Where is Basket-Weaving? . . . Ad-
visors! Where do they hide? . . . Tic-
ket Books! . . . Odd or even? . . . The
foculty was hardly understanding!
And then . . . it was over . . . We
were primed and ready to go! We
were OFFICIALLY REGISTERED at
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IN THE SWING...
OF THINGS.. .WITH
. . . Those hours in the grill . . .
and scrambling for seats at "custom-
ary" tables . . . cokes and jokes . . .
catting AND rotting . . . campus ro-
mances which budded, blossomed, or
broke up . . . coffee, Camels, and
coeds . . . the pushing and picking for
favorite frosh . . . none of whom
made standings . . .
Hats, heels, and hose for stilted
sorority socials . . . best foot forward,
a mutual must . . . rushees smiling
through countless colges . . . and tar-
nished trophies were deftly dusted
. . . "Paddle" was a nasty noun . . .
"Hotbox" - an unmentioned unmen-
tionable . . . handshakes were endless
agony . . . but RUSHING was the
keynote , . . and only the WANTED
l95O MEANT 2l4 DAYS
OF U.K. LIFE..
. . . And life at UK meant many
things . . . BIG things like pep rallies
cmd football games . . . THE BEST
BAND IN DIXIE . . . fantastic frater-
nity signs AND men . . . the clink of
bottles . . . coke bottles . . . balloons
and paper airplanes . . . and how the
cheerleaders worked themselves to a
frenzy . . . you yelled for the BIG
BLUE, too . . . for-if you'II pardon
the cliche' -you had the proper
LITTLE things like dances at the
Union . . . Sweater Swings on Tuesday
nights . . . the stag line . . . and ex-
hibitionists . . . who could forget?
And how the Library-suddenly
and inexplicably - became T H E
place . . . the week before exams . . .
Seniors asking how to check out books
. . . squeezing in study between
smokes . . . always on the OUTSIDE,
Bull Sessions were always spontane-
aus . . . no real start . . . no definite
end . . . usually when least expected
. . . but ALWAYS when you needed
sleep . . . or had a test . . . tomorrow
. . . REMEMBER?
AT BIG TIMES..
. . . Like Lances' Carnival
. . . with its blaring booths and
titanic tent shows . . . and the
inevitable RAIN . . . which may
have dampened some satin-clad
sponsor's gown . . . but nobody's
spirit . . . the barkers who pull-
ed nickels from your pockets
. . . the dancing girls who lured
you into dripping tents . . .
false fronts . . . the black-face
fun . . . Little Egypt . . . the
two-headed baby , . .
. . . . Like name bands at
Joyland . . . Woody Herman
and all the rest . . . the too-slick
floor . . . the crowded tables
. . . the moldy palm trees . . .
a clip-joint, you said , , , but
FUN . . .
. . . Like Homecoming . . .
the paint, sweat, and choice
cusswords . . . and all-night
prayer that it wouldn't rain . . .
the early-morning excursions to
see what the Kappa Sigs had to
show . . . waiting for the judges
. . . alums swarming every-
where . . . the old-timers who
remembered when . . . the game
where you forgot fatigue . . .
DREAMS OF THE
. . . Long hours of exploration and
development . . . perfecting technique
. . . split-second timing . . . an atmos-
phere of absorbing interest . . . the
pride when things went well . . . a
comradely instructor . . . on inspiring
professor . . . the pangs ot doubt . . .
was THIS your calling? . . . slide rules,
term papers, equations . . .
. . . Testing your technique . . . on
unsuspecting tots . . . trying to be
stern and business-like . . . "Dear
Robert . . . we are sorry" . . . spelling
B-O-Y . . . the reading circles . . .
"Mary had a little lamb" . . . you
thought of college humor . .
. . , . EXAMS . . . the day of rec-
koning . . . wishing you had studied
regularly . . . cramming is a futile
task . . . trying to put your knowledge
on paper . . . the end, the object of
study . . . and then forget . . . the
emphasis on grades . . . but had you
learned? . . . REMEMBER?
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Tl-IRILL OF WINNING..
. . . and sometimes, the anguish of
defeat . . . ADOLPI-I and his priceless
sign language . , . more eloquent than
any grammarian's . . . lovable Miss
Margie, who never missed a game . . .
and had more spirit than most of us
. crowding into historic old Alumni
Gym , . . you came early to get a
seat, you said . . , as you plopped
down on the hard, straight bench . . .
ALWAYS in front of some fanatic . . .
with size I5 feet . . . and an over--
worked sense ol humor . . . but Tl-IIS
was excitement . . , and you never
got your fill . . , wot with the ticket
book situation as it was . . . remem-
ber the frantic search . . . the banter-
ing with those less sports-minded than
YOU . . . wondering if the doorman
would check signatures . . . watching
gangling Bill Spivey . . . and Rupp's
other sharp-shooters , . . the Cheer-
leaders . . . the white "K" on blue
. . . yelling your heart out . . . losing
your head in tense moments . . . cle-
feat hung in the balance , . . or
VICTORY . . . wondering if the strain
on the heart, the sore throat . . . were
worth it . . . REMEMBER?
. . . And the PARTIES . . . after
the game . . . or a particularly stren-
uous week . . . how you celebrated
- . . you knew not what . . . but there
must have been something to cele-
brate . . . or you wouldn't have felt
that way . . , friendly groups around
crowded tables , . . the iokes and
small talk . . . cooling off between
dances . . . all work and no play was
in bad taste, as well as the zenith of
trite expressions . . . but is seemed to
explain your feelings . . . REMEMBER?
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LOOKING BACK . .
. . , The highlights of a year at Kentucky
. . . things like being a First Nighter at a
Guignol opening . . . shades of the New
Yawk theatuh . . . formals swishing , . .
tuxedos and tails . , . enioying the plush
atmosphere of the Fine Arts Building . . .
the blaze of flash bulbs . . . smoking in the
outer lobby, pelase . . . coffee in the
lounge between acts . . . the terrific talent
displayed . . , On Stage! . . . maybe, you
were there . . . under the burning lights
. . . the smell, the taste, of grease paint
. . . getting the feel of the audience . . .
Wally, Brock, and Lolo . . . feverish activity
. . . behind the scenes . , . REMEMBER?
. . . The holiday spirit which took the
campus at Christmas . . . evergreens in the
Union . , . the enormous tree . . . the echo
ot carols . . . anal "Merry Christmas" . . .
mailing lists and greeting cards . . . candles
glowing . . , egg-nog and crisp, clear nights
- . . parties for the underprivileged chil-
Clfvn . . . the rash of holiday formals . . .
giving home for the vacation you really
needed . . . taking along the books . . ,
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kins' Dance were Jane Webb, Chi Omega, and
Tony Rofunno, Kappa Sigma. Tony, above, is
playing the part well, by showing Li'I Abner's tradi-
tional interest in turnips, like any red-blooded
American boy would do in sech a perclickyment.
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INDELIBLE MEMORIES. .
. , . Looking back, in l960, at Kentucky in
i950 . . . our precious college years . . . we'll
remember all the little things that helped to make
our college careers . . . the best years of our lives
, . . unpleasant associations will have vanished . . .
sorrows will have been forgotten . . . tests and
tools . . . restrictions and regulations . . . will be
pressed into the unconscious . . . ONLY the joys,
the accomplishments, the happy hours as care-free
students . . . will remain . . . familiar scenes, in-
delible memories , , , engraved forever in our
AND FEEL GLAD!
. . . The ticket booth in the Union . . .
where everything from elections to mem-
bership drives were held . . . and some-
times, you could even buy a ticket . . .
the way we joined the countless campus
clubs . . . how nice they would look under
our names in the KENTUCKlAN . . .
campus athletes were celebrities . . . the
crowds outside the Union , . . the little dog
that laughed . . . the hazardous campus
walks . . . the way we griped about the
ditches . . . the statue that never stood
. . . and never will . . . meetings at Rose
Street on Wednesday night . . . going to
Joyland on Friday night . . . popcorn in
paper trays . . . glassware under the tables
. . . the charming KYIAN beauty, Pat
Moore . . . Queen of Queens . . . and we
had millions of them . . . the way the
Delts always won the Campus Sing . . .
Crawford, the kidnapped dog . . . the KA
Confederates . . . strolls across the campus
in the Spring . . . looking for Venus at
the IFC dance . , . cutting classes to go to
Keeneland . . . wishing we had stayed home
. . . picnics and parting parties to end the
year . . . Graduation . . . and stately
seniors . . . ioys tinged with sorrow . . .
WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
WE HAD AN EYE
FOR BEAUTY .
. . . And pretty girls were hardly
hard to find . . . so numerous were
they, we had queens for everything
. . . but above and beyond the rest,
stood the coveted honor of being
chosen for the KENTUCKIAN beauty
court . . . unquestioned distinction
. . . pride of every mother's son in o
cord coat, commonly called a student
. . . the rivalry this year was heated
. . . sororities squealed as one voice
when their candidate . . . in filmy
gown . . . ambled down the runway
at Memorial Hall . . . the field totaled
thirty-one . . . but only the seven
luscious lovelies on these pages . . .
were in the money . . . Dolls, man,
. . . The judges . . . Frances Mason,
fashion co-ordinator for H8.S Pogue
Company, Cincinanti . . . L. P. Gorian,
director of the Fred Astaire Dance
Studios, Cincinnati . . . Wanda Boyd,
advertising manager for Wolf-Wile
Company . . . and Fred Fugazzi, Lex-
ington city commissioner . . . showed
good taste . . . as any fool can plainly
. . . The Coronation Ball . . . spon-
sored by L.amp 8. Cross for the KEN-
TUCKIAN . . . was howlingly success-
ful . . . beautifully staged , . . the
Queens were properly presented . . .
to anxious throngs . . . and joyous
screams acclaimed the winnahs . . .
AND cracked the plaster of the
Union's tired, sound-proof ballroom.
. . . Portraits ofthe beauties . . .
on the following pages . . . were taken
bY BARTON BATTAILE, Lexington
Dh0tographer who also has an eye for
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The seven beauties . . . after the Lamp 8. Cross sponsored contest . . . managed a
charming smile . . . after an evening of charming smiles . . . from their ranks, would
be picked a Queen . . . and ONLY the judges knew.
And beauty was crowned at the Lamp 81 Cross dance . . . it took L8.C prexy Nichols
and Editor Patrick to place the crown on Queen Pat's lovely head . . . and even so, they
got it crooked . . . efficiency . . . so rarely seen.
WITH PRIDE, WE PRESENT .
The 1950 Kentuckian Queen
Kentucky's Queen of Queens . . . a ravishing
brunette from Miami, Florida . . . freshman in
Home Ec . . . 5' 8" tall with flashing brown eyes
. . . creamy complexion . . . only l8 . . . Pat
likes painting, sewing, and horseback riding . . .
crazy for salt-water sports . I. . a touch of temper
seldom shown . . . energetic and studious . . .
soft-spoken, with a contagious laugh and instant,
piercing charm . . . she reigns with grace.
THE TITLE CHANGES . .
Like her predecessor, Miss Nancy Brewer, Kappa Alpha Theta from Mayfield, Pat took the
campus by storm when she enrolled as a freshman last fall. A Lexington Herald-Leader photog-
rapher, impressed with her striking beauty, plastered her all over the Sunday picture section
as the typical coed arriving at UK. Since then, nobody has made the mistake of calling Pat
typical. Sweet and unassuming, in spite of her great popularity and KENTUCKIAN fame,
her Patt Hall neighbors regard her as nothing less than a goddess. Modest to the point of
distraction, loyal and completely sincere, sparkling wit, hard-working, and above all, BEAUTI-
FUL, Pat represents the perfect fusion ot brains and beauty in the modern American girl.
Kcntucky's top two beauties, Pat and
lXla"'CY Chatter like ordinary coeds in the
Fine Arts Lounge. Dream-children of Chi
Omega and Kappa Alpha Theta, respective-
ly, lucky is the college man who squiras
either of these comaly coeds to a campus
KAPPA ALPHA THETA
Excitable Theta prexy . . . a sophisticated
beauty . . . poised and charming . . . shining
brown hair. . , hazel eyes . . . 5' 8" . . . 21-year-
old junior in A8tS . . . art major . . . transferred
last year from Agnes Scott . . . characterized by
her throaty voice, carefree attitude, ready wit, and
--- when the occasion demands - dead-seriousness
. . . brim fuii of enthusiasm . . . dances in Tau
Sigma . . . likes to philosophize . . . etfervescent
CORA FRANCES SAFFELL
KAPPA ALPHA THETA
Known on campus as "Pinky" . . . her second
year in the beauty court . . . fragile beauty . . .
brown hair with lights in it . . . hazel eyes . . .
5' 3" tall and 21 . . . a senior in Education . . .
very quiet and reserved . . . loves dancing . . . also
a Phi Delt, named "Herrn" . . . easily recognized
by her flashing smile . . . graceful adagio dancer
. . . reputedly a whiz-bang baseball player , . . also
likes tennis . . . a transfer from Gulf Park . . . her
home is Frankfort.
Quiet brown eyes, arched with startling black
brows . . . immediately focus admiring stares upon
this sophomore coed . . . 5' 8" with shingled,
stylish brown hair . . . olive complexion , . . and
calm disposition . . . Jane is a popular Alfazee . . .
one of those gals you have to call two weeks in
advance to get a date . . . quiet charm and untail-
ing good humor . . . spends her spare time with a
stack of semi-classical records . . . a fancy for
canines, of the four-leg variety . . . genteel and
lady-like . . .Jane has a flair for fashion and wears
some mighty sharp get-ups.
DELTA DELTA DELTA
Sixty-three inches of West Virginia fthe whole-
some typel beauty . . . Kathy is a well-established
campus cutie . . . has more beaux than she knows
what to do with . . . but skillfully out-maneuvers
them on the Tri-Delta-phone . . , light brown hair
. . . with peaches and cream complexion . . . brown
eyes plus a twinkle . . . ci smile which keeps you
guessing . . . was named PiKA Dream Girl last
year . . . quiet, BUT quick-witted . . . likes
dancing and parties . . . a Commerce Senior . . .
our vote for the girl we'd most like to have for a
KAPPA ALPHA TH ETA
Smiling and personable . . . 20-year-old Louisa
likes life at UK . . . transferred from Ward-
Belmont, for which the Thetas are adequately
thankful . . . a 5' 4" Junior in Education, Louisa
gives promise of something new in the classroom
, . . soft, hazel eyes which bespeak brains as well
as beauty . . . an easy, captivating smile . . . and
lustrous brown hair . . . likes swimming, music,
and horseback riding . . . also ANYTHING to eat,
her Theta sisters say . . . but- and most impor-
tant-she never gains a pound . . . a refined
sense of humor . . . poised and sparkling . . . has
that American look . . . and an unpretentious
charm which brought her instant popularity.
KAY Mc CABE
A luxurious blonde from Trenton, N. J .... Kay
holds the current title of "Miss Trenton" . . . and
it's easy to see why . . . an I8-year-old freshman
in Education . . . and a former Conover model . . .
plans to continue looking-prett -for-pay this sum-
mer . . . 5' 5" with blue eyes, she looks like Venus
wanted to . . . an outdoor girl . . . likes all sports
and says she's a pretty good short-stop . . . also
throws a mean curve . . , She's partial to ONE
football player . . . and is majoring in Physical
Our President and First Lady
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DR. AND MRS. HERMAN LEE DONOVAN
Key figures of our University . . . nine year residents of historic Maxwell Place . . . nine
years of progress for the University . . , masterful planning and organization, keen insight and
broad foresight, the marks of Dr. Donovan's administration . . . a period of material progress
for the University . . . of academic triumph . . . of becoming an educational institution of the
"My conception of a state university is that it would be a great service agency in the state.
It would be able to take the university to the people, as well as bring the people to the univer-
sity . . . " - an ideal realized in Dr. Donovan's administration.
CAPABLE ADMINISTRATION . . EFFICIENT ORGANIZATION
LEO M. CHAMBERLAIN
Like that other famous vice-president, UK's own "Veep"
is known for his smile and friendly personality. Dr.
Chamberlain became the first vice-president of the Uni-
versity in 1946. Formerly he has served as dean of the
University and registrar. He is a member of Phi Delta
KDDDJ, Kappa Delta Pi, and Omicron Delta Kappa.
MAURICE F. SEAY
Dr. Seay assumed the double responsibility of being
Dean of the University and Registrar in 1946. A former
director of UK's Bureau of School Service, Dean Seay
Qained national reputation for his administration of the
Sloan Foundation Experiment in Kentucky. An orderly,
Capable administrator, Dr. Seay is known and respected
throughout the state.
FRANK D. PETERSON
One of the hardest tasks in the entire University be-
longs to Mr. Peterson. As University comptroller, he
handles all funds of student organizations and depart-
ments and serves on the Board of Student Publications
and the Student Union Board. He is the author of Ken-
tucky's Uniform Financial system, now used by all public
school districts in the state, and he designed Kentucky's
public school budget system.
THE KEYS TO PROGRESS AND A GREATER UNIVERSITY
OUR DEANS ARE FRIENDLY LEADERS.
THOMAS P. COOPER
One of the foremost agricultural leaders in the United
States, Dr. Cooper has been dean of the College of Agri-
culture and Home Economics since I9I8. He has served
as president of the Association of Land Grant Colleges
and Universities, chairman of the Tennessee Valley Au-
thority, and chief of the U.S. Bureau of Agricultural Eco-
nomics. Dean Cooper acted as president of the University
for one year after the retirement of Dr. Frank L. McVey.
DAN I EL V. TERRELL
Made dean of the College of Engineering in I946, Prof.
Terrell had been on the staff since I9l2. A graduate of
the University, he was instrumental in the establishment
of the first laboratory in the South for testing road ma-
terials and now serves as director of the Modern Highway
Materials on campus and of the Engineering Experiment
Station. Dean Terrell assisted in the original design, and
later, in the enlargement of McLean Stadium.
CECIL C. CARPENTER
A UK staff member since l936, Dr. Carpenter was
made dean of the College of Commerce last year. He is
a University graduate and a native of Mercer County.
Formerly professor of economics at Marshall College, he
was an economist for the Office of Economic Mobiliza-
tion in Washington, D. C., during the war. Since i938 he
has organized programs for summer bankers' conferences
and has had artic es published in several leading profes-
sional journals. Quiet, sincere, and hardworking, he is
highly respected by students and colleagues.
LOUIS A. PARDUE
An internationally known physicist, Dr. Pardue bccamc
dean of the Universitw Graduate School in l948, suc-
ceeding the late Dr. . D. Funkhouser. Dr. Pardue is
chairman of the Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Studies
and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi. Under
his leadership, the University has participated actively in
the Oak Ridge research program and has used facilities
there to provide additional training for its faculty. Dr.
Pardue has always shown a keen interest in the Univer-
sity's athletic program and has been a member of the
Board of Directors of the Athletic Association since it
EVER MINDFUL OF OUR WELFARE
EARL P. sLoNE
Collge Unlyerslty's dean "in absentia," Dr. Slone will be-
pharma Close' Dart of the University when the College of
home aCY moves from Louisville to its proposed new
Ame'-icon the UK campus. Dr. Slone. is a member of the
American and Kentucky Pharmaceutical Associations, the
em Ofns ,ubllc Health Association, the Kentucky Acad-
Hislgor cience, and the American Museum of Natural
with Jw- A native of Henderson, Dean Slone has been
e College of Pharmacy in Louisville since l925.
ELVIS J. STAHR JR. Y
When he was made dean of the College of Law last
year, Elvis Stahr became the youngest dean of an Amer-
ican law school. A native Kentuckian, Dean Stahr was
graduated from the University with a perfect 3.0 stand-
ing. He was a member of Omicron Delta Kappa and Phi
Beta Kappa and received the Sullivan Medallion. A past
Rhodes Scholar, Dean Stahr was chosen by the National
Junior Chamber of Commerce as one of the "Nation's
Ten Outstanding Young Men of l948."
MARTlN M. WHITE
thg'l'S experience as acting personnel director and head of
DSVCUOIOQY department may be partl res onslble for
Eiggsffchgfle s success in his complex taslzl of Reading the
Kemuck Pegehof the University. He is president of the
CH for me IZYC Qlogy Association and the Kentucky Coun-
pa omicro End'CaDDGCl, and a member of Phi Beta Kap-
' 'W alfa Kappa. Sigma xi, and Phi Eta sigma.
FRANK G. DICKEY
A newcomer to the University's family of deans is Dr.
Frank G. Dickey, who last summer succeeded the late Dr.
William S. Taylor as dean of UK's growing College of
Education. At 32, Dr. Dickey is one of the nation's
youngest college deans. Formerly chairman of the UK
Division of School Services, Dr. Dickey amply demonstra-
ted his fitness for his present high position through his
capable work as instructor, assistant professor, associate
professor, and assistant dean in the College of Education.
Friendly and helpful, he sets a good example for the fu-
ture teachers of Kentucky.
Our Deans . . . Gooci Friends
DEAN OF MEN
DR. ALBERT DENNIS KIRWAN
It is not an uncommon sight for Dean Kirwan to
lope across campus at his standard business-like pace,
smiling cheerily and calling by name the students he
meets. And perhaps, it is this phenomenal memory
for names, and a native friendliness, that have
brought "Ab" Kirwan such great popularity.
Looking more the athlete than the dean, Dr. Kir-
wan has nevertheless proved his prowess in both
fields. Head football coach at the University from
Big-44, he was appointed Dean of Men in June
As faculty advisaor to the lnterfraternity Council, as
a history teacher of no little popularity, and as a
capable, well-liked Dean, he has reserved his niche
among the all-time great men in UK's history.
DEAN OF WOMEN
MRS. SARAH B. HOLMES
On the pleasant middle-ground between the
ultra-conservative and the extreme, Dean Holmes
reaches the happy medium that makes her at once
the comrade and counselor of University coeds.
Appointed Dean of Women in I942, after Sarah
Blanding went to Vassar, Mrs. Holmes had been
assistant dean for thirteen years. She is past
president of the AAUW, the Family Welfare Soci-
ety, and the Kentucky Association of Deans of
Dean Holmes shows a genuine interest in stu-
dent activities, is Chairman of the University Social
Committee, and is a campus favorite of long
ASSISTANT DEAN OF WOMEN'
DR. JANE HASELDEN
Calm and efficient, Miss Haselden has been As-
sistant Dean of Women since l94l. Formerly, she
was Dean of Women at Transylvania College and
Murray State Teachers College.
In addition to teaching French, and working with
housing and personnel, Miss Haselden is the fac-
ult sponsor for Panhellenic Council and Chi
Deita Phi. As a member of Chi Delta Phi, she
helped to organize VAGUE, the campus literary
Her friendly and conscientious interest in the
University has paid dividends of friendship with
faculty members and students alike.
KEENLY INTERESTED IN WHAT WE DO
. . a title to enhance established distinction
Head of the Sociology Department since '45
T . defeoted l42 eligible candidates for the title
dismissed the glory with a shrug . . . authority
on the Balkan countries . . . prolific writer . . .
native of Millersburg . . . author of "Balkan Vil-
E lage" . . . another book off the presses soon . . .
graduate of W8iL . . . Phi Bete . . . Ph.D. from
Cornell . . . time now for leisurely research . . . a
crown of laurel for this outstanding prof!
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our loyalty . . . by taking on untold ac-
tivities. We were "joiners" To The hilt,
and four o'clocl4 sessions at the Union
were our meat. We were "in training"
for leadership . . . prospective campus
wheels. The points we argued . . . the
causes we championed . . . the keys we
cherished . . . were probably unimpor-
tant . . . but "belonging" was part of
Presidcnt Robert Wharton, and
secretary Carol Chambers presiding
over one of the regular Monday
night SGA meetings,
Walter Patrick presenting a bill
proposing that SGA assume respon-
sibility for the parking problem,
and cut down aid to other campus
organizations to provide funds for
Vice president Kathy Barnett
leading a discussion concerning the
proposed decrease in financial aid
to campus publications, the House
Presidents Council, and other cam-
Student Government Association
' The Student Government Association was
installed on the University campus in 1939.
lt replaced a divided system in which men
were represented by a Men's Student Gov-
ernment Council and women by a Women's
Self-Governing System. The constitution of
the Student Government Association was
drawn up in the spring of 1939 and went
into effect in September of the same year
when it was ratified by the student body.
' The constitution drawn up then was re-
vised in 1943 and the revised constitution
is now in effect.
The Student Government Assembly is
Composed of a president, vice-president,
secretary, treasurer, and twenty-nine mem-
bers selected by and from the various col-
leges at elections held during the first and
second semesters. The president and secre-
tary of the Student Union Board and the
president and secretary of the House Presi-
dents' Council are ex-officio non-voting
members. Three non-voting faculty mem-
bers recommended by the Assembly and ap-
pointed by the University faculty, also at-
tend Assembly meetings.
Purpose: To act as the responsible authority in re-
lations among student organizations, to act jointly
with the University staff in matters affecting common
interests, and to advise, request, and recommend ac-
tion with respect to matters of the Student Govern-
ment Association to promote projects that are of in-
terest to the student body.
Faculty advisors: A. D. Kirwan, J. S. Horine, D. E. South
Officers: Robert A. Wharton, president, Katherine Barnett,
vice-presidentg Carol Chambers, secretaryg Waller Cooper,
Members: Jack Ballantine, William Barkhau, Judy Barnett,
Katherine Barnett, Frank Bassett, Juliet Bradley, Kathleen
Carter, Allison Caudill, Carol Chambers, Waller Cooper, Helen
Deiss, Sue Dossett, Gibson Downing, Grover Ethington, Bruce
Ferguson, Charlotte Garr, Claire Hicks, Elliot Jones, Jerry
Jones, Joseph Joyner, Charles McMeekin, Sidney Neal, Walter
Patrick, Suzanne Rogers, Paul Scott, Robert Smith, Roger
Stark, Charles Tackett, Robert A. Wharton
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Rogers, Joyner, Patrick, Garr, J. Jones, Bradley
Neal, Dossett, Ethington, Carter, E. Jones, Smith
Bassett, J. Barnett, Caudill, Hicks, Tackett, Downing
Student Union Board
The Student Union Board was founded
on the campus of the University of Ken-
tucky in l938.
Purpose: To make leisure time more fruitful
through a broad program of recreation and entertain-
ment, to develop leadership, to enrich student life
and to encourage finer appreciations through a mean-
ingful cultural program.
Director, Mackie Rasdallp Social director, Margaret Bruce
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Faculty advisors: Dr. A. E. Bigge, Dr, James S. Calvin
Members in faculty: Dean Sarah B. Holmes, Dean A. D
Officers: Sara Mae Greene, president, Robert McCowan
vice-president, Betty Ball, secretary, Suzanne Rogers, treas-
Members: Betty Ball, Juliet Bradley, Joan Cook, Richard
Crafton, Helen Deiss, Kenneth Felty, Sara Mae Greene, Robert
McCowan, Suzanne Rogers
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Dossett, Graham, Burks, Martin, Pardue
Redford, Kennedy, Vaughn, Frieberghouse, Futrell
The House Presidents' Council wos or-
Qonizecl ot the University of Kentucky in
Purpose: To promote better living in women's resi-
Advisor: Margaret V. Storey
Officers: Barbara Kirwan, president, Kathleen Bealmear,
vice-president, Lolly Call, secretary, Louise Ayres, treasurer
Members: Betty Andes, Hamilton House, Louise Ayres, Al-
pha Gamma Delta, Kathleen Bealmear, Jewell Hall, Martha
Burks, McDowell House, Lolly Call, Kappa Delta, Sue Dossett, ,
Alpha Delta Pi, Elizabeth Frieberghouse, Patterson Hall, Patsy
Futrell, Delta Delta Delta, Martha Graham, Delta Zeta, Jean
Harrell, Barracks and Chi Omega, Karen Kennedy, Lydia
Brown House, Barbara Kirwan, Kappa Alpha Theta, Louise
Martin, Zeta Tau Alpha, Mary Pardue, Boyd Hall, Dorothy
Redford, Sayre Hall, Barbara Rosson, Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Betty Jo Vaughn, Alpha Xi Delta
Engineering Student Council
The Engineering Student Council was
founded at the University of Kentucky in
Purpose: To promote cooperation between the en-
gineering students ond the faculty, the various depart-
ments of the College of Engineering and to forward
to the faculty those opinions of the engineering stu-
dents which it deems worthy of consideration.
Faculty advisor: Staley F. Adams
Officers: James N. Buckner, chairman: John Miles Flesche
vice-chairman, Vernon Lewis Moore, secretary-treasurer
Members: James N. Buckner, Joseph W. Campbell, Allison
H. Caudill, John Milos Flesche, Jr., Vernon Lewis Moore,
James J. Pollitte, Donald Ray Russell, Harry L. Washburn
eshman representatives: George W. Gayharf, William T.
Buckner, Flesche, Moore, Campbell
McKenney, Caudill, Washburn, Russell
I nterfaith Council
McLean, Elkins, Rev. Detmer, Myles, Smith, Swift, Perraut, Testa, Father Herlihy
Toomey, Connley, Guthrie, Nelson, Mr. Peak
McCaw, Sullivan, Daugherty, West, Crump, Mrs. Durham
Miller, Lancaster, Scott, Henry, Johnson, Strunk
The lntertaith Council was installed at
The University of Kentucky in l929.
pufposez To help strengthen the individual religious
9"0UDS, tO coordinate their activities, and to promote
Cooperative interfaith activities.
Advisor: Father James Herlihy
Dregdenfi Betty Crump, secretary, Carlos Scott, treasurer
fficers: Virginia Henry, president, Kenneth Darnell, vice-
Members: Arthur Glickstein, Bernice Bergem, Rabbi Sid-
ney Ballon, Adath Israel, Marilyn Miller, Charles Elkins, Rev.
Ralph McLean, Broadway Christian, Carol Tichenor, Frances
Jernigan, Rev. Herbert Zachary, Calvary Baptist, Betty Strunk,
Kenneth Darnell, Rev. Donald Yohe, Central Christian, Roger
Snow, Jean Barger, Lawrence Baxter, Christ Episcopal, Morris
Franklin, Henry Maiser, Rev. Edwin Detmer, Faith Lutheran,
Pat Lancaster, Robert Smith, Miss Virginia Lipscomb, Maxwell
Street Presbyterian, Betty Crump, Jimmy Nelson, Rev. Wil-
liam Swift, First Methodist, Bernard Perraut, Angelo Testa,
Father James l-lerlihy, Newman Club, Richard Tomey, Bar-
bara Sullivan, Eugene Lindhead, Gamma Delta iLutheranl,
Cline Duff, Carlos Scott, Bart Peak, YMCA, Virginia Henry,
Rosemary Haley, Margaret Ann Durham, YWCA
Board of Student Publications
The Board of Student Publications was established
at the University of Kentucky in l930. The board
is composed of five members: the faculty advisor of
the student publications, the university comptroller,
the editors of the Kentuckian and the Kernel, and 0
representative of the Student Government Association.
Purpose: To advise on policies regarding operation
of the printing plant and the Kentuckian and the
Kernel publications, to provide for the rules and regu-
lations governing the selection and election of major
members of those staffs.
Members: Bruce Ferguson, Student Government repre-
sentativeg Charles Patrick, editor of the Kentuckian, Frank D.
Peterson, Comptroller of the University, Dr. Niel Plummer,
Head of the Journalism Department, George Reynolds, editor
of the Kernel.
Members of the Board of Student Publications discuss staff appointments for the coming year. Shown above,
from left to right, are: Frank Peterson, Comptroller of the University, Charles Patrick, KYIAN editor: Bruce
Ferguson, SGA representative, George Reynolds, KERNEL editor, and Dr. Niel Plummer, Journalism Depart-
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God-forsaken J-students know their fate. A flair N S
for the sensational . . . and o sensitive nose for
news . . . they re helpless . . . for . . .
Here is your 1950 KENTUCKIAN . . . a Golden
Anniversary issue for the turn-of-the-century year.
We have endeavored to present a pictorial record of
doings and duties at the University during the year
1950. We hope we have accomplished more than to
give you mere pages of print.
The staff has worked very hard to gain your ap-
proval and a great deal of credit is due them. Our
deadlines always seemed to come at exam time, and
many other obstacles had to be overcome. A mix-up
in pictures plagued us at Christmas-time, but we won't
tell you about that. We only hope your picture
matches up with your name.
We're expecting great things from the KENTUC-
KIAN in future years, when the new Journalism
Building is completed. We bow to the East and praise
Allah each time we view the enormous hole they've
dug next to McVey Hall to put it in. lt's more than
a traditional campus ditch to us- it's a forecast of
We sincerely hope this year's KENTUCKIAN is a
sign of better yearbooks to come.
Charles M. Patrick,
Durham Babbitt Bere and Coulter faithful Business Suit, Glass, Perdue, and Boteler were merciless in their
Staff ers were kept busy meeting Boss Wilson s constant bill collecting and relentless in their super-sales campaigns.
Charles Patrick ....
E. Jeanne Wilson ....
Mary E. Shinnick .....
Charles Tyroler ........
Janet Anderson, Bert
Frederick Dorr .........
Earl Conn ........
Assistant Managing Editor
Assistant Business Manager
Helen Dees Harris
Robert L. Ray
Mary Jane West
Business Manager Wilson and her assistant, Dorr,
proved themselves skillful schcmers in every business
Schulenbefg, Whitmer, Tyroler, and Anderson were handy Wilson, Allen, Conn, and McKenna pasted pictures furi-
T0 have around when deadlines snuk up, a nasty habit ously and patiently wrote copy during infrequent holidays
deadlines seem to have. -anything for the printer and the public, they said.
Nell Blair, news editor, Bob Cox, managing editor, and
George Reynolds, editor in chief, check page proof
with Bob Sparks in the composing room just before
Student newspapers at the University of Kentucky
date back to about l890, but the first Kentucky Ker-
nel was not published until l9l5. For about two
years, the type was set on campus and taken down-
town to be printed. After that, a press was acquired,
and the Kernel has since been printed on campus. The
present Kernel plant is valued as approximately
Sl80,000 and is engaged in job printing as well as
publication of the Kernel.
The Kernel serves two main purposes. lt is a
sounding board for student opinion and also a prac-
tical laboratory for journalism students. lt attempts
to print fully all campus news as well as other features
which will interest its readers among students, facul-
ty, and alumni. In adding entertainment and humor,
it attempts to present its 7500 readers with a news-
paper comparable to any well-rounded weekly.
Mansfield, Cook, Lee, Blair
Hilling, Diskin, Cox, Mackey
Wilfred Lott, advertising manager, Harold
Fleenfif, business manager, and Bruce Dun-
laD, check ads prior to press time.
George N. Reynolds ..... ................. .
Bob Cox ...............
Nell Blair .......
Tom Diskin .......
Harold Fleenor .....
Betty Boggess ....,
Holton Mastin .....
Wilfred Lott .....
Joan Cook ............
Head Feature Writer
Assistant Managing Editor
Dorothy F. Allen ......................
Joe Lee, Dick Macke ............,................... Copy Desk
Bruce Dunlop, Joan Cook .............. Advertising Staff
Bill Mansfield .................... Assistant News Editors
Earl Conn, Kent Hollingsworth,
Bob Gorham .................... Assistant Sports Editors
Herbert Moore, Gene Phillips .................. Cartoonists
Bob Fain, Katheryn Whitmer,
Janet Anderson ................. ...... N ews Desk
Ben Williams ..............,............ ...... P hotographer
Irwin Higgs ......,................,...................... Librarian
Reporters: Henry Maloney, Simpson Tompkines, Bob
Fain, Shirley Porter, Linda Patteson, Frances West,
Joe Coyle, Marilyn Faulkner, Julie Blumenthal, Joyce
Cooley, Mary Swetnam, Bill Simon, Lewis Donohew,
Janet Anderson, and Kotheryn Whitmer
A mmmninnlnnm :mm
Tomkies, Fain, Faukner, Porter, Boughey
Mitchell, Blumenthal, West, Swetnam, Cooley, Blair, Neal
The Kentucky Engineer
The Kentucky Engineer wa-s established on the
University campus in I939 as the official publica-
tion of the Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers.
It is published by the students and alumni of the Col-
lege of Engineering, and is a member of Engineer
College Magazines Associated.
Faculty advisors: F. J. Cheek, Jr., chairman and general
adviser, G. R. Gerhard iM.8t M.E.l, R. B. Knight iM.E.J, H. A.
Romanowitz iE.E.l, E. E. Williams iM.E.l
Fall semester staff: G. C. Ethington, editor, Doyle Baker,
associate editor, Robert Wharton iC.E.l, Paul Wright iE.E.l,
Charles Young tM.E.l, Harry Washburn iM.8. M.E.l, assistant
editors, James Clayton, feature editor, Warren Albright,
business manager, Robert Summers, Robert C. Brummett, cir-
culation, Gene B. Drake, advertising manager, Barbara Beam,
William Meredith, Ronald Walker, staff assistants
Spring semester staff: Warren Albright, editor, Robert C.
Brummett, associate editor, Barbara Beam iC.E.l, William
Meredith iE.E.l, Charles Young iM.E.l, Harry Washburn lM.8-
M.E.l, assistant editors, Paul Wright, Frank R. Myers, feature
editors, Leslie K. Adams, business manager, Ronald Walker,
Napoleon M. Smock, circulation, Gene B. Drake, advertising
manager, Robert W. David, photographer, W. R. Browne, Jr.,
librarian, Byrnes C. Fairchild, Ann Clark, staff assistants
Standing, Brummett, Drake, Myers
Seated, Baker, Ethington, Prof. Cheek, Summers, Wright
The Kentucky Law Journal was established in
l9l3 to develop skillful research among the students
and to encourage writing in the legal field. lt fosters
growth in the law by publishing articles written by
prominent men upon subjects pertaining to the low,
and increases the prestige of the Law College through
the circulation of scholarly material among legal
Officers: John Jerald Johnston, student editor, Clarence
Creech, note editor, Delbert L. McLaughlin, managing editor,
Roy Moreland, faculty editor
Editorial Board: D. Ashley Akers, James C. Blair, A. Single-
ton Cagle, George F. Charles Jr., C. V. Collins, Dempsey A.
Cox, Hollis E. Edmonds, Gerald R. Griffin, Charles R. Gromley,
Gladney Harville, Delmar Ison, John J. Larkin, James V. Mar-
cum, Robert F. Stephens
Kentucky Law Journal
Wheels grinding a grave-the administration board:
McLaughlin, managing editor, Johnston, editor, and
Creech, note editor
Akers, Gromley, Griffin, Blair, Stephens
Ison, Marcum, Edmonds, Collins, Charles
The 1949-50 K-Book was distributed this year to
all new University of Kentucky students for the pur-
pose of aiding them to become acquainted with school
The K-Book traces its history back to 1912. At
that time it was called "The Freshman Handbook"
and contained "information that will be of great value
to both old and new students."
It was published annually until 1917, when it was
discontinued because of World War I. Publication of
the book began again in 1921 and has continued
From 1912 to 1921 the book was published by the
YMCA on the campus, and from 1922 until 1947
by the YMCA and the YWCA.
ln 1947 it was decided that the book would be of
more value if it were made all-inclusive. lt was de-
cided that the book would be published thereafter
with the Student Government Association, House
Presidents Council, Student Union Board, Panhellenic
Council, and lnterfraternity Council joining the
YMCA and the YWCA.
During 1947 the book was known as "The Key,"
but in 1949 it was decided to return to the original
name of "The K-Book" which it had been called
Work on the 1949-50 K-Book started during the
first semester of 1948, and continued during the
1948-49 school year. Publication of the book was
completed during the 1949 summer school session.
Work on next year's K-Book was started last fall in
preparation for the next fall term.
The 1949-50 K-Book contained a revised may of
the campus, school songs, information about UK
sports, fraternities, sororities, and other student or-
ganizations, in addition to Student Union Building
rules, UK social customs, UK history, and the 1949-
50 University calendar. lt also contained information
about the SGA, UK publications, marking system,
religious organizations, YMCA, YWCA, student vo-
cabulary, and churches of Lexington.
Serving as editor of the 1949-50 K-Book was Earl
L. Conn. The associate editors were Ann Macklin and
Stanley Portmann. The faculty advisor was R. W.
Henderson, while Kenneth Wood was the business
manager. The staff was comprised of Betty Bryant,
George Coican, Margaret Larkin, and Bob Gorham.
The cover design was by Caroyln Critchlow.
Coican, Larkin, Portmann
Gorham, Conn, Martin, Wood
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o screechinoclorinet . . . or coco . . . downuo
lonely Fine Arts corridor . . . 0 subject for Picasso
. . . long hairs . . . grease point . . . and boss "ARTS"
horn's booming . . .
The famous University of Kentucky marching band,
an all-male organization this year for the third time
since the war, was tagged with the mythical title,
"Best Band in Dixie," back in i936 by an Atlanta
sports scribe as he subtly criticized the poor showing
of a visiting Wildcat football team.
Throughout the years since, the descriptive title has
become traditional in referring to the University
musical aggregation. Taking the title bestowed upon
them seriously, UK bands have clearly demonstrated
their claim to it with precision marching ability and
The band is under the direction of Frank J. Prindl,
and Warren Lutz is his assistant. The band's drum
major is William Jones, and the baton twirler is Don
Wilson. Charles Chinn serves as business manager,
and Wilfred Lott is librarian. Helen Heltsley, Delta
Delta Delta, is sponsor of the I949-50 band.
Members: Billy Alt, Don Anderson, James Anderson,,
Nathaniel Baggarly, Charles Broaddus, Ernest Carleton, Forrest
Campbell, Stuart Carpenter, John Carver, K. Caudill, Richard
Cherry, Charles Chinn, Paul Chung, William Cole, Billy Creech,
Herbert Creech, Robert Currie, U. K. Custred, Delynn Dagley,
Jerry Day, Charles Desmond, Wes Dickens, Billy Disney, James
Eversole, Carl Fair, Robert Featherston, Stanley Fizcr, Holly
Forkner, William Fouse, Theo Gesling, Burdis Gideon, James
Gresham, Harold Hall, John Hall, Ken Harding, Freeland
Harris, Don Hartford, Dee Haun, Harold Henry, Fred Hines,
Arch Howard, Carl Howard, Warren Howard, Norman Howells,
Jack Humphries, Russell Johnson, Thomas Johnson, Robert
Johnston, James Kennedy, Paul Knapp, Robert LeCompte,
Rich Lehman, Harry Lessley, Robert Link, Wilfred Lott, Stan
Masonberg, Jim Maturo, George McCann, John McGhee, Mal-
colm McGregor, Wllliam McKenzie, Robert Mefford, Fred
Miller, Henry Moody, Arthur Nachand, John Neville, Charles
Patrick, Robert Planck, Marvin Pogrotsky, Edward Rue, Custer
Ruley, Davis Schmieder, James Scott, Joseph Seeley, Gene
Shinn, Alan Solomon, Gene Stewart, Robert Stewart, Don
Stone, Robert Tuttle, Richard Walker, Doug Webb, Earl Wil-
liams, Milward Wilkie, David Woodhead, Charles Wills,
University C horisters
Mildred Sinclair Lewis, Director
Members -- Women: Betty Andrews, Martha Jane
Anthony, Betty Bartee, Doris Catlin, Terpsythea Chal-
l40S, Peggy Corum, Joyce Davis, Phyllis Dean, Patricia
Eads, Ann English, Helen Hamblin, Ann Lura HOYCl9n,
Helen Houden, Ann Huddleston, Doris Johnson, Nancy
Carol Link, Ruth Miller, Joan Morris, Zoe Parker,
Lorraine Pennock, Dorothy Redford, Ana Teresa Rios,
Martha Shindelbower, Roberta Spicer, Jo Ann Thomas,
Sarah Utterback, Jo Ann Walden, Joyce West
Men: Ronald Anderson, John Biggerstaff, George
Creedle, Howard Curry, Delynn Dagley, Robert Dean,
Joseph Denny, C. P. Goodin, William D. Grote, Don-
ald Harfford, Donald lvey, Joe Mack Kelly, Aimo
Kiviniemi, Cecil McGee, William Ralph, John Rogers,
Mens Giee Club
The University of Kentucky Men's Glee Club was
founded in l9l8 for the purpose of promoting good
music on the campus.
Director: Aimo Kiviniemi
Officers: Howard Curry, president, Cecil McGee,
vice-president, David Holland, secretary-treasurer
Members: Ronald Anderson, Nathaniel Baggarly, John
Baldridge, Anthony Berry, John Biggerstaff, Edmund Blythe,
Louis Calhoun, Kent Campbell, Earl Caudill, Bill Clark, Jack
Colley, Bruce Cotton, Herbert Creech, Robert Crutcher, How-
ard Curry, Embry Curtis, Delynn Dagley, Robert Deen, Joc
Denny, Charles Druitt, Henry Durham, Jim Eversole, Jim
Fothergill, Warren Feafherston, Richard Felner, Charles Good-
ln, William Gordon, Charles Greenfield, Robert Gregory, James
Gresham, Joe Grimes, Bill Grote, John Hancock, Don Hartford,
Fred Hines, David Holland, Louis Johnson, Thomas Johnson,
Thomas Lawson, Robert LeCompte, Caswell Logan, Ramon
Lowry, Cecil McGee, Lawas McClure, Wayne Maddox, C.
Douglas Martin, Charles Matthews, Fred Miller, Vernon Miller,
William Miller, Marvin Nicholson, Seth Nuckols, Douglas Os-
born, Thomas Pardue, David Robinson, Walter Roy, Joe
Seeley, Earl Siria, William Sither, Julian Smithson, John Street,
Samuel Swope, Charles Trimble, William Valentine, Jack
Wheeler, Jesse Williams, Allen Wilson, David Woodhead,
Richard Wohlstein, Raymon Yancy
The University Symphony Orchestra was founded
at the University of Kentucky in l9l8. Its PUVP059 is
lo Drovide fine orchestral music for the campus, to
Qive students at the University opportunity to POV'
'flCipate in the performance of great music? lo train
music majors in this field of great music, and to allow
interested persons in the community the ODDOVYUNTY
fo Participate in a symphony orchestra. The facuItY
director is Dr. Edwin E. Stein.
Members: Perry R. Adams, Ellen C. Allen, BarbOfO
Baldwin, George Barbieri, Margaret Boller, Mary Cal'-
0lY"1 Carver, Charles W. Chinn, Edward E. Curtis,
ZYQrnund Darzynkiewicz, Jerry C. Day, Charles Dick-
erson, Jim Eversale, Catherine Fitch, Stanley Fizer Jr.,
George S. Fleishman, William L. Fouse, Burdis Gideon,
Edith Gold, Mabel Gumm, Don Hartford, Charles
Honeycutt, Arch Howard, Bill Johnson, Robert John-
ston, James L. Kennedy, Gordon Kinney, Morvyth
Kinney, Robert Lancaster, Gerald LeMasters, Luther
Lester, Warren Lutz, Mary R. Marcum, Thelma Mat-
tox, Georgia Myers, Howard M. Pence, Warren Ptet-
ferle, Frank J. Prindl, Virginia Rohde, Jane Rubin,
David Schmieder, Jackie Senters, Pat Shely, Dudley E.
South, Herman Spivey, Olin Spivey, Gene Stewart,
Don Stone, Martha Jane Stone, Sylvia Tempest, Ruth
Trimble, Allen Wetzel, Ruth C. White, Kenneth
Wright, Thomas Yadon, Erma Zerkle, Zaner Zerkle
Womens Glee Club
Director: Mildred S. Lewis
Studio accompanist: Annette Siler
Members: Shirlee Akers, Ellen C. Allen, Janet An-
derson, Betty Andrews, Martha Jane Anthony, Anne
W. Barker, Betty Bartee, Mariorie Blair, Margaret
Boller, Nancy Bowles, Billie Bryant, Doris Catlin, Ter-
psythea Chalkas, Betty Fox Collins, Joyce Cooley,
Peggy Joyce Corum, Mary Anne Crum, Marjorie Cut-
ler, Joyce Davis, Phyllis Dean, Betty Dodge, Ida Dod-
son, Sue Dossett, Patricia Eads, Catherine Fitch, Miri-
am Gerber, Helen Hamblin, Ann Lura Hayden, Mar-
tha Hayden, Frances Henslee, George Ann Hertlein,
Shirley Hewitt, Betty Holstine, Mary Frances Hord,
Barbara Hughes, Ann Hutchcraft, Doris Johnson,
Margaret Johnson, Jean Lindsey, Nancy C. Link,
Mary Marcum, Julia McCalla, Molly McCoulf, Betty
McGinnis, Faye Miller, Ruth Miller, Joan Morris,
Elizabeth Mowat, Virginia Myers, Mary Pardue, Zoe
Parker, Gertrude Patch, Jo Ann Rhodes, Caroline Riel,
Ana T. Rios, Betty Rowland, Eliza Rowland, Florence
Ruley, Lois Sasser, Barbara Shafer, Dorothy Senters,
Martha Shindelbower, Annette Siler, Elner Smith,
Lucille Spencer, Roberta Spicer, Barbara Stewart, Eu-
nice Taylor, Janet Taylor, Jo Anne Thomas, Ernestine
Tribble, Glenna Waddell, Jo Ann Walden, Ann Weis-
Womens Glee Club
Director: Ann English
Accomponist: Lucille Spencer
Members: Jean Allison, Betty Ar1Cl6Si -lflne Barnett'
MQW Ann Barnett, Dorothy Boyll9S, l-eslle Boleler'
illie Bryant, Elizabeth Bryant, Carol Chambers,
Katherine Cook, Leta Cooper, Alice Craig, Marlorle
ver, Eloise Ewbank, Shirley Elias, Marv K- F05 'f
Mflgdalene Gamblin, Frances GFGQOVYI George Ann
Hertlein, Ann Horning, Mary Ingles, Patricia Lancas-
ter, Virginia Lewis, Mary McCollum, Mary McKinley,
Barbara Montague, Elinor Murphy, Virginia Murray,
Beverly Neudecker, Beverly Niles, Marna Perry, Mary
Lou Priestly, Kitty Richardson, Lois Romanowitz, Bar-
bara Rosson, Martha Routt, June Sandusky, Helen
Short, Marlys Smith, Mary Strode, Wilma Sumpter,
Betty Lois Talbot, Carolyn Taylor, Joan Thompson,
Lou Ellen Trimble, Marilyn Violette, Louise Willhite,
Dorothy Wilson, Grace Wilson, Dorothy Lee Wood,
Laura Jane Young
The Fine Arts Building was officially
opened and dedicated as a part of the cele-
bration of Kentucky's 85th Founders Week,
Feb. l9-25. Students had eagerly watched
the dallying construction of the ultra-
modern structure and were overioycd to be
able to start work in its plush interior.
Housing the music, drama, and art depart-
ments, the building was constructed at a
cost of Sl,500,000.
"The erection of the Fine Arts Building
and its dedication is a new milestone in the
accomplishments of the University. The
educational program of music, art, and
drama which will be carried on .in the build-
ing will have a tremendous influence on
the people of Kentucky and their aesthetic
values." These words, spoken by President
Herman Lee Donovan at the Founders
Week Convocation, fittingly dedicated the
new building not to the University alone,
but to the people of Kentucky.
This scene in the art gallery, generally
open to the public, is a sample of the
modern beauty of the Fine Arts Building.
The gallery's curved walls, simple lines, and
indirect lighting, make modern art much
easier to appreciate . . . and sometimes,
h Union's impressive
Noon-doy clevotionols in t e
little "Chapel" . . . Bart Peak . . . ond his busy
"Y" workers . . . the stondord "food ond fellow-
d' for THEIR FAITH
ship" meetings . . . 'mid countless rlves
charity . . . tl'1ey're . . .
Baptist Student Union
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The Baptist Student Union was installed
on the University of Kentucky campus in
l93l. It is the connecting link between
Baptist students and the local Baptist
churches. lt coordinates the religious ac-
tivities of the Baptist students in Lexington.
Officers: Weston Bergman, president, Frances Jer-
nigan, first vice-president, Nancy Bowles, second vice-
president, Lois Calhoun, third vice-president, Mae
Arnold, secretary, Robert Francis, treasurer, Laura
Lykins, King's Hour chairman, Jack Amis, publicity
chairman, Leah Calhoun, publications chairman, Ed-
ward Cunningham, evangelistic chairman, Mary Ann
Crum, missions chairman, Marian Purdy, poster chair-
man, Hoge Hockensmith, music chairman, Walter
Price, librarian, Gene Reese, building and grounds
superintendent, Lora Adkins, nurses' representative,
John B. Daley, Mary Ann Graham, Mary B. Cook,
Carroll Tichenor, Faye Montgomery, Clyde Danks,
Mary A. Smith, Chester Self, church representatives,
Dr. Vernon Musselman, faculty advisor, Dr. E. N.
Wilson, pastor advisor
An exchange of greetings . . . and news
follow noonday devotionals
And the scriptures say . . .
A retreat by a lake, blue
skies and trees . . . a boy,
a girl, a Bible
Along with the mustard,
"The Fire Song" is a
'must' at a Weiner roast.
"Where the ivy doth twine"
. . . Traditions include the
Unto the least of these . . .
. . . mission work through
missions of local Baptist
Baptist Student Union
The Canterbury Club was founded at
New York State Teachers College in l9l8.
lt was installed on the campus in 1945.
Purpose: To promote the teaching of the Episcopal
Church on the campus.
Faculty advisors: Dr. Frank Rainwater, Prof. T. K. Dyer
Honorary member: Dr. Herbert Stroup
Officers: Charles Hope, president, Rufus King Nightingale,
i ,:iTiW""7"'7f"f'Tb'JY"" """'5'7'7'W""'W'Uf'l'7"E .
vice-president, Bertie Lou Rankin, secretary, Cordie Lee
Members: Jean Bargcr, Emily Barron, Carolyn Brabender,
Kent Button, Joan Clark, Bob Crcgor, Phyllis Dean, Betty
Dickinson, Charles Druitt, Jean C. Farney, Catherine Fitch,
Jean Harris, Charles Hope, Barbara Hughes, Betty Hyatt, Bert
Jody, Ed Kane, George Klauder, Jo LaFollette, Jack McGhee,
Betsy Maury, George L. Meyer, Al Meyers, Cordie Lee Moody,
Rufus Nightingale, Victor Pappas, Sarah Pickering, Juan B.
Pinto, Robert Powers, Bill Powers, Monty Price, Bertie Lou
Rankin, Scott Riggs, David Roper, Allen Sither, Roger Snow,
Betty Jean Stanson, Sylvia Tempest, Bosworth Todd, Roy
Turner, Frances Vance, Richard Walker, Anita Watkins, Eva
Nell Wilson, Macfarland Woody, Priscilla Young
Rufus Nightingale, vice president, Cordie
Lee Moody, treasurer, Charles Hope, presi-
dent, and Dr. Frank Rainwater, advisor,
discuss plans for the coming year.
Cross sections of the Canterbury CIub's
Sunday feast, complete with smiles.
Chaplains: The Reverend William D. Smith,
and the Reverend Laurence Baxter.
The Wesley Foundation was founded at
the University of lllinois and was installed
at the University of Kentucky in l945.
Purpose: To nurture the religious life of the
Methodist students at the University of Kentucky, to
strengthen their loyalty to the Methodist church and
the Kingdom of God, and to promote Christian living
among its members.
Faculty advisors: Robert H. Coieen, William V. Brook
Officers: James M. Pride, president, Arthur Seelhorst, first
vice-president, Harvey Selwitz, second vice-president, Martha
Burks, secretary, Frank E. Clegg, treasurer
Members: James Acree, Glenn Alderdice, James Aldridge,
Betty Andes, Loumoyne Ball, Edward Banks, Judy Barnett,
Katherine Barnett, Sue Barnett, Fred Bradley, Walt Boone,
Shelby Brammer, Ruth Jane Bristow, Emmett Burkeen, Mar-
tha Burks, Barbara Burns, Charles Carman, Norval Ray Cope-
land, Robert Chowning, Frank Clegg, Jr., Robert Crain, Caryl
Crayne, Payton Creech, George Creedle, Dorothy Criswell,
Betty Crump, Woodford Watts Crutchfield, Virginia Cunning-
ham, Elizabeth Connor, Doris Cook, Ted Dunn, Bill Dulaney,
William Eblen, Kenneth Elliott, Marlene Farmer, Marvin Fra-
Iey, John G. Francis, Lynn Gamblin, Mary Lynn Gonterman,
Lillian Griffey, Frank Gulley, Geraldine Hall, Dora Jane Hen-
dry, Harvey C. Hensley, Henrietta Hill, William Hinkle, Gene
Hodge, Helen Hollingsworth, Edward Holt, Jeanne Hubbard,
Nancy Hukill, W. A. Jewell, Robert Jones, Peggy Johnson,
W. Edwin Johnson, Philip Johnston, Ben Kanatzer, Marion
Kearby, Cecil Kleeney, Clair Langebrake, James Lyon, Ruth
Ann Maggard, Kenneth Minnich, George Morgan, Willis
Moreman, Henry Moss, Lee Myles, Charles McMurry, Col-
leen Norton, Robert Petsch, Barbara Powell, James M. Pride,
Mrs. James M. Pride, William A. Pugh, William C. Ragland,
Billy Redden, Kathryn Ridgell, Caroline Riel, Joe Roper, Eliza
Rowland, David Rose, Priscilla Sache, Carlos Scott, Edward
Self, Arthur Seelhorst, Harvey Selwitz, Mrs. Harvey Selwitz,
Robert Smith, Suzanne Swayze, Margaret Stewart, Ruth Stilz,
Albert Stone, Robert Sult, Martha Swofford, Morris Swofford,
Edward Syra, Arnold Taylor, Bob Thurman, P. C. Vickers,
Shelly Frank Watson, Jay Wallace, Frances Cox West, S. R.
Whisenant, Jan White, Louise Willhite, Margaret Wilson,
James Alvin Workman, Charles Wright, Jessie Lee Wriqht
I l i l ' ' ' 'T' iN!!!
William Swift, assistant pastor of the First
Methodist Church, and advisor of the Wes-
ley Foundation, is kept busy supervising
plans for the many activities of Wesley
Members of the Wesley Foundation gather
in the little Chapel of the "Y" for prayer.
The group meets hero regularly, in addi-
tion to its regular Sunday breakfasts and
evening meetings at the First Methodist
The Newman Club was founded at the
University of Pennsylvania in 1893 and was
installed on the campus of the University
of Kentucky in l9l-4.
Purpose: To foster the spiritual, intellectual, and
social interest of the Catholic students of the Univer-
sity, to weld them into a common union, to assist the
University and its students whenever possible, and to
aid by Catholic action, through the Bishop of this
diocese, the work of the church.
Faculty advisor: Paul Oberst
Members in faculty: Joseph Schwendemann, Marguerite
Officers: Bernard Perraut, president, Roger Day, vice-
president, Rosemary Hilling, secretary, Libby Link, treasurer,
Mary Bert McKenna, historian
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Members: William Augustyn, Doris Barry, Carl Beglcy, Ray
Bauer, Paul Biebel, Pat Bradley, Betty Buchignani, Charles
Cantjell, Adolph Carreiro, Michael Calvaluzzi, B. A. Coke,
James Connor, Mary Crafton, Joanne Crossland, Roger Day,
Gloria Eastburn, Charlesetta Ellis, Alice Elorutz, John Emmick,
Doug Ey, James Fehr, Jim Finnerran, Frank Fontana, Eliza-
beth Frieberghouse, Betty Fritz, Louis Gentry, Mary Gilbert,
Mary Jo Ginocchio, Don Goodenough, Carl Gorham, Mary
Griffin, Julia Ann Heacox, George Healey, Sam Hill, Rosemary
i-lilling, Lawrence Hines, Betty Holstine, Robert Hurst, Agnes
Hutchinson, Marian Johnson, Jim Jones, Betty Kelley, Leo
Kelley, Martina Kelley, James Kinser, Kathleen Kreps, Libby
Link, Paul McCarty, Mary Bert McKenna, Mary Jane Madden,
John Mangiona, Mike March, Dick Martin, Anthony Martina,
Gerald Mayer, Melvin Mitchell, Dick Moloney, Mary Ann
Murray, Larry Myers, Mary Lee Nohr, Patricia Patterson, Ber-
nard Perraut, Jack Pettit, John Poage, Richard Rabe, Edward
Rassenfoss, Bob Ruberg, Gene Ruhl, James Saurer, Martha
Sheridan, Henry Spaulding, James Stock, Mildred Sutherland,
Margery Swint, John Talbott, Emily Talbott, Helen Talbott,
Angelo Testa, Ruth Trefz, Rosemary Tully, Salvatore Vertuca,
Ann Walstenhomle, Katheryn Webb, Ann Williamson, Jane
Williamson, Pat Wurtenberger, Paul Young.
Disciples Student Fellowship
The Disciples Student Fellowship is an
Organization of Christian Church students
Sponsored by Central Christian Church and
designed to provide for the Christian educa-
llOn ot college students and to train stu-
dents in churchmanship. The local chapter,
University for Lite," was installed in I943.
Director of Student Work: Donald Yohc
lOfficers: Betty Strunk and Kenneth Dean, co-presidents:
Jlmmv Todd and Owen Hungerford, co-vice-presidents, Bar-
bara Watson, secretary, Kenneth Darnell, treasurer
Members: Marian Adams, Raymond Adams, Peter Ainslie,
Slwlee Akers, David Alexander, Ray Allen, Alma Anderson,
Janet Anderson, Katherine Anderson, Martha Jane Anthony,
Jun? Ashley, Sherman Banta, Anne Barker, John V. Barnett,
DOFIS Bentley, Ora D. Boots, Betsy Bowen, Morgan Boyd, Jim
Bradbury, John B. Brannon, Jr., John Bray, Barbara Brown,
Charlotte Budd, Barbara Burch, Ralph Burgin, Libby Casler,
D- D. Cayce, lll, Katherine Chandler, Shuang Ching Chang,
Carolyn chenawefh, Jim Cherry, Anne Clark, Par Clark, Ruth
Clayton, Edward M. Coffman, Jack Colley, Charles Cook,
BCTTV Coomer, Lee Congleton, Dick Cooper, Vernon Cooper,
Ravmond Correll, Barbara Costello, Charles Cox, Harold Cox,
Robert Cox, Sally Crawford, Marian Cronenberger, Don Cun-
Cllff, Chester W. Curry, Jr., Georgia Curry, U. K. Custred,
Kenneth Darnell, William E. Davis, Kenneth Dean, Henry
Dennis, Lois Jean Dennis, Dorothy Deysher, Ed Deysher, Stan-
l0V Dlckson, Gene Drake, Sara Dugan, Reva Duncan, Elizabeth
Elem, Dick Eldridge, Frances Elkins, Nancy Elliott, Dick Endi-
Coffr Frances Farmer, Carol Faulconer, Jimmy Faulconer,
lfyarren Featherston, Richard Felner, Bruce Ferguson, Buddy
Lf-?"QU50n, Buddy Florence, Jack Foley, Elma Fox, James Free,
Rlnda Gibson, Roy Giehls, Wilbur Gilles, Alethea Gillespie,
OQEI' Gobler, Monroe Grant, Albert Graves, Mary E. Green,
Sara Mae Greene, Alice Greer, Iris Grider, John Griggs, Eu-
genia Haden, John Hall, Graydon Hambrick, Jack Hardwick,
Patti Harned, Ira Harris, Dudley Harrod, Bobby Hatchett,
Jean Heckler, Helen Henderson, Virginia Henry, Newell Hob-
good, Gene Hoke, Paul Holleman, Arch Howard, Carl E. How-
ard, Nancy Hubbard, Peggy Humbert, Owen Hungerford,
Willis Jackson, Ben Johnstone, Dick Jones, Ken Jones, Bob
Kaufman, Bill Keller, Vivian Keller, Marilyn Kilgus, Lucy King,
John Kirby, Arthur Kirby, Barbara Kirkland, Ann Kirtley, Joe
Koppius, Nancy LaMaster, Jane Lander, Linda Ledford, Nancy
Ledford, Pat Leep, Patsy Lewis, Jack Llewellyn, Ramon Lowry,
Doris Loyd, Bill Magoffin, Jerry Mahoney, Ruth Marling,
Randel Martin, Bill Matthews, Thelma Mattox, H. N. Maxey,
Anne May, Mary May, Bobby Mefford, Janis Mendenhall,
Ann Meredith, Dottie Miller, Harry E. Miller, Wilma Million,
Marilyn Millis, Ruth Mitchum, Herbert Moore, Miguel Mo-
rales, John Morgan, Gene Mosley, T. O. Murphy, Margaret
Myers, Mary Frances McCaw, Molly McCoulf, Melvin McCurdy,
Wilma McCu,rdy, Susie McDavid, Agnes McDowell, Dick Mc-
Lean, Elaine McMullin, Edward Naramore, Dorothy Neblett,
Phoebe Nelms, Mildred Nisbet, Mary Jane Noland, Lew Odom,
Dave Owens, Marna Perry, Warren Pfcfferle, Anna Ptost, Bill
Pesci, Moss Patterson, Bob Piper, Claude Price, John Proffitt,
Edna Purvis, Dorothy Redford, Jim Renfro, Bess Reynolds,
Jim Reynolds, Helen Rice, Nell Robinson, Lois Romanowitz,
Cleora Rose, Eunice Rose, Manning Rose, Walter Roy
Lillian Safley, Betty Lou Schafer, Jimmy Seale, Shirley
Shafer, Clyde Shuler, Jack Simnick, Fa e Simpson, Robert
Sims, Ken Skinner, Charles Smith, Ann Seward, Bill Sowder,
Julie Stears, Richard Steele, Harold Stevens, Robert Stevens,
Virginia Stevenson, David Stewart, Dorothy Stovall, Henry
Stovall, Jane Strickler, Betty Strunk, Dick Sweeney, Anne
Swords, Martha Tarpley, Janice Tatlock, Jo Anne Thomas,
Owen Thomas, Margaret Thompson, Bill Thurman, Jim Todd,
Simpson Tomkies, William Toth, Bill Tuttle, Betty VanMeter,
George Vaughn, Crystal Vote, Barbara Watson, Fred Watson,
I. J. Weaver, Nancy West, Mary K. Wheeler, Orville Wheel-
er, Ruth White, Ray Whitson, Bill Williams, Mary Blanton
Williams, Alma Lee Wilson, Bill Workman, Cloyde Wiley,
Gene Wiley, Dixie Lou Yahras, Mary Lillard Young
B'Nai B'Rith Hillel Foundation was
founded at the University ot Illinois in
l923. lt was installed at the University of
Kentucky and Transylvania College in
Purpose: "To provide a religious, cultural and
social program for Jewish students on the campuses of
Honorary member: Rabbi Sidney Ballon, Counselor
Officers: William L. Fletcher, president, Roberta Clarick,
vice-president: Louis Frank, secretary, Julia Blumenthal,
Members: Milton Anger, Albert Balows, Jerold Bass, Carl
Berger, Julie Blumenthal, Sam Carrol, Roberta Clarlck, Bar-
bara Cohen, Murry Cohen, Malcolm Cole, Eugene Du Baw,
Daniel Epstein, Marvin Fishman, William L. Fletcher, Louis
Frank, Arthur Glickstein, Milton Goldberg, Ivan Goldfarb,
Irvin Goldstein, Frances Goldstein, Abraham Goller, Jerry
Hurwitz, Stanley Katz, lrvin Kravitz, Irvin Levy, Raymond
Levy, Leroy Manes, Alvin Marcus, Jerry Melt, Edward Meyer,
Irvin Millman, Annette Nahm, Sue Newman, D. Robinson,
Philip Rosenfeld, David Sands, Zelma Scharff, Bernard Selner,
Robert Simon, Jerry Soloman, Jackey Spector, Judy Sonna-
bend, Henry Toback, Gloria Travis, Meyer Tuekoff, Arthur
Phalanx fraternity was founded in l92l
at the Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, YMCA.
Its purpose is to unite young men in co-
operative effort to practice and to extend
Christian standards and ideals. The chap-
ter was installed on the campus in I943.
Faculty advisor: Bart N. Peak
Member in faculty: Ray Sutherland
'Officersz Kenneth Wood, president, Ralph McCracken,
vice-president: Arthur Lee Myles, secretary: Brantley Amberg,
treasurer: Ray Sutherland, chaplain
Members: Brantley Amberg, Robert Calvert, Harrison
Cooper, Howard Curry, Harry Daugherty, Robert David, AI-
bert Drake, James Durham, Kenneth Felty, Walter Ferguson,
David K. Holland, Charles Hope, Elliott Jones, Frank Maturo,
Joe Mainous, Ralph McCracken, Arthur Lee Myles, Arthur
Seelhorst, Robert Smith, Robert Sweeterman, Kenneth Wood,
Pledges: Kenneth Blevins, Curtis Boyles, Morgan Boyd,
Charles Cox, Bruce Cotton, Russell Clayton, Paul Cunningham,
Dick Dickens, Cline Duff, Henry Durham, Gene Elder, Bruce
Ferguson, Bob Gregory, Harold Hall, John Hancock, Bob
Kerner, Joe Lee, Marius Lubbers, James Maturo, Lawas Mc-
Clure, Walter Roy, David Rose, Joe Craig Smith, Roger Snow,
Dan Stamer, William Saunders, Ray Sutherland, Stanley Tar-
ter, James Thompson, Charles Yeary
Durham, Yeary, Myles, McCracken, Amberg, R. Smith, Blevens, J. Maturo
Cunningham, Feltz, McClure, Cox, Seelhorst, Drake, Cotton, David
Mainous, Sweeterman, B. Ferguson, Gregory, Stanford, Cooper, F. Maturo, Hollingsworth
Saunders, Dicken, Duff, Jones, J. Smith, Holland, Mosely, Daugherty
Tarter, Rose, Lee, Collins, Curry, W. Ferguson, Woodward
The Pitkin Club was founded at Shady-
side Church, Pittsburgh, in l9l3. It was in-
stalled at the University of Kentucky in
Purpose: To promote friendship, fellowship, and
Faculty advisors: Dr. E. N. Fergus, Margaret Ann Durham,
Officers: Betty Spragens, president: Robert McCowan, vico-
president, Betty Strunk, secretary: Ray Myers, treasurer
Members: Fain Alexander, Janet Anderson, Jobie Ander-
son, Katherine, Barnett, Ken Blevins, William Boles, Barbara
Brown, David Brown, Carol Chambers, Tom Collins, Betty
Compton, Peggy Compton, Harry Cooper, Charles Cox, Betty
Crump, Louise Curry, Jo Daugherty, Dorothy Doyle, Albert
Drake, Henry Durham, Jim Durham, Margaret Ann Durham,
Martha Durham, Dick Endicott, Eloise Ewbank, Charles Fergus,
Juanita Fergus, Carol Fisher, Caroline Freeman, Charlotte
Garr, Robert Gregory, John Guthrie, Rosemary Haley, John
Hancock, Virginia Henry, David Holland, Wallace Horine,
Frances Jones, Lee Jones, Patricia Lancaster, Joe Lee, Vir-
ginia Lipscomb, Robert McCowan, Robert Meader, Margery
Mitchell, Ray Myers, Barbara Odell, Mary Odell, Jo Patterson,
Bart Peak, Shirley Porter, Karen Rains, Wally Rodes, Robert
Rouse, Robert Smith, Robert J. Smith, Marian Somers, Betty
Spragens, William Spragens, Betty Strunk, Robert Summers,
Faye Sumpter, John Tuggle, Marilyn Violette, Dorothy Wilson,
Charles Woodward, Eleanor Yates
Freeman, Blevins, Mrs. Durham, Lipscomb, Brown, F. Jones, Peak
M. Odell, B. Odell, Rouse, Maturo, H. Durham, Mitchell, Spragens, Alexander, Endicott
Lee, P. Compton, Tuggle, Cox, Bird, Roy, Guthrie, J. Durham
Yates, Daugherty, R. Smith, Doyle, Crump, Summers, Chambers, Barnett, Horine, Curry, Woodward
Violette, Porter, Fischer, Wilson, Drake, Henry, B. Brown, Rains, Patterson, Myles, Cooper, R. L. Smith,
Somers, Garr, Bowles, J. Fergus, C.'Fergus, Ewbank, Sumpter, Anderson, Lancaster, Meader, Holland,
Strunk, McCowan, Rev. Johnston, Spragens, Meyers
Upperclass Fellowship and Freshman "Y" Club
The Upperclass Fellowship was founded
on the University of Kentucky campus in
l943. lt is a combined group of the mem-
bers of the YMCA and the YWCA, meeting
weekly for the purpose of seeking to under-
stand some of the campus' social and relig-
ious problems and discussing their Chris-
tian implications. Through working to-
gether, the members develop o firm
fellowship and o personal and collective
means of action toward advancing our
Advisors: Bart Peak, executive secretary of thc
YMCA, Margaret Ann Durham, executive secretary
of thc YWCA.
The Freshmon Club was founded at the
University of Kentucky in l939.
Adult advisors: Bart Peak, Margaret Ann Durham
Student advisors: Robert Gregory, Lois Ferring
Officers: Oscar Peveler, president, Gretchen Von
Bargen, vice-president, Margaret Steele, secretary
Hancock, Darbishire, Davis, Jones, F. Maturo, B. Ferguson, W. Ferguson
Scott, McCracken, Seelhorst, Myles, Cooper, Gregory, Blevins
Hilliard, Huffman, Thompson, Duff, Summers, Moore, J. Maturo
The YMCA Cabinet was formed at the
University of Kentucky in 1890.
Purpose: To help students and faculty members
in developing their religious life and to help meet the
needs of the students through a program planned for
social, mental, and spiritual growth.
Advisors: Bart N. Peak, executive secretary of the YMCA:
Raymond Sutherland, graduate assistant
Advisory board: Dr. Rhea Taylor, chairman, Dr. Howard
Beers, Prof. A. L. Chambers, Prof. William L. Matthews, Jr.,
Prof. Ralph Pickett, Prof. Alexander Edelmann, Prof. Carl M.
Clark, Dr. Reid Sterrett, members
Officers: Elliott Jones, president, Frank Maturo, vice
president: John Hancock, secretary: Bill Davis, treasurer
Members: Kenneth Blevins, Harry Cooper, Shelby Darbi-
shire, Bill Davis, Cline Duff, Bruce Ferguson, Walter Fergu-
son, Robert Gregory, Elliott Jones, John Hancock, Luther
Hilliard, Robert Huffman, Robert Kaufman, James Maturo,
Frank Maturo, Bacon Moore, Lee Myles, Ralph McCracken,
Arthur Seelhorst, Carlos Scott, Robert Summers, James
Thompson, Kenneth Wood
The YWCA Cabinet was installed on the
University of Kentucky campus in 1904.
Purpose: "We unite in the desire to realize full
and creative lite through a growing knowledge of
God. We determine to have o part in making this
lite possible for all people. ln this task we seek to
understand Jesus and follow him. We desire to sup-
port the purpose and ideals of the Student YWCA."
Advisor: Margaret Ann Durham, executive secretary of
Officers: Virginia Henry, president: Dorothy Doyle, vice-
presidentg Juanita Fergus, secretary, Josephine Frances
Members: Frances Barnett, Katherine Barnett, Betty
Crump, Sue Dossett, Eloise Ewbank, Lois Ferring, Rosemary
Haley, Sally Hancher, Marilyn Kilgus, Betty Strunk, Martha
Swofford, Jane Webb, Nancy West, Margaret Wilson
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K. Barnett, F. Barnett, Swofford, Haley, West, Wilson,
Dossett, Ewbank, Strunk, Kilgus, Crump, Ferring
Dutch Lunch Club
The Dutch Lunch Club wos founded ot
the University of Kentucky in l93l. Its
purpose is to provide o fellowship in the
Y.W.C.A. for town girls ond commuters.
Faculty advisor: Margaret Wilson Durham
Officers: Nancy West, president, Mary Jo Bishop, vice-
president, Carol Chambers, secretary, Eleanor Yates, treas-
Members: Joan Adams, Evelyn Baker, Mary Jo Bishop,
Ann Brittingham, Betty Buckley, Peggy Compton, Joan Craw-
ford, Jo Frances Daugherty, Ann Douglass, Peggy Essenback,
Phyllis Ewen, Mary Lou Gover, Gail Grogan, Joan Haffler,
Betty Handy, Jean Hardwick, Virginia Henry, Jeanne Hub-
bard, Peggy Johnson, Joan Kavanaugh, Lillias Kelley, Marilyn
Kilgus, Marjorie King, Dorothy Lawson, Betty Paul Linney,
Nina Liston, Ruth Ann Maggard, Thelma Mattox, Martha
Mefford, Dorothy Miller, Marlene Miller, Patsy McKitrick,
Sue Newman, Charlene Oliver, Shirley Porter, Jean Pryor, Lois
Romanowitz, Eliza Rowland, June Sandusky, Dot Seath, Jean
Sherman, Lelia Sherman, Patty Short, Martha Steele, Ruth
Trofz, Charlotte Van Deren, Ruth Vest, Marilyn Violette, Ann
Williams, Mary Blanton Williams
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Alpha C hi Sigma
Alpha Chi Sigma was founded at the
University of Wisconsin on December ll,
l902. Alpha Gamma Chapter was installed
on the campus of the University of Ken-
tucky, April 2l, l9l7.
Purpose: ill To bind its members in a tie of true
and lasting friendship: C23 to strive for the advance-
ment of chemistry, both as a science and as a pro-
fession, C37 to aid its members by every honorable
means in the attainment of their ambitions as chem-
ists throughout their lives.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. N. O. Long
Members in faculty: C. B. Barkenbus, L. R. Dawson, A. C.
English, T. A. Kendall, N. O. Long, J. R. Meadow, J. R. Mitch-
ell, F. E. Tuttle, W. F. Wagner
Officers: D. P. Claypool, master alchemist: R. A. Bleidt
vice-master alchemist: W, E. Sweeney, recorder, W. K. Snead
treasurer, R. A. Bleidt, reporter
Members: R. A. Bleidt, T. R. Bosley, O. C. Bradley, D. P
Claypool, J. Fletcher, R. W. Kibler, R. L. McNeer, R. N
Price, P. G. Sears, W. K. Snead, F, L. Stanonis, J. M. Steno
W. E. Sweeney
Pledges: C. G. Kreidel, E. A. Reusch, S. M. Tarter
Kibler, Tarter, Dr. Wagner, Bosley, Stone, Dr. Meadow
Dr. Dawson, Bradley, Fletcher, Reusch, Kreidel, Dr. English
Sears, Price, Snead, Claypool, Sweeney, McNeer, Dr. Long
Alpha Lambda Delta
Chambers, Davis, Bishop, Johnston, Pardue
Kilgus, Perrine, Annis, Hendry, Mattox, Harrod
Alpha Lambda Delta was founded at the
University of Illinois in l92-4. The chapter
was installed at the University of Kentucky
in i940 to "promote intelligent living and
a high standard of learning, and to encour-
age superior scholastic attainment among
the freshmen women in our institutions of
Faculty advisor: Virginia Baskett
Honorary member: Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes
Members in faculty: Virginia Baskett, Helen Hutchcraft
Officers: Carol Chambers, president: Joyce Ann Davis,
vice-president, Mary Jo Bishop, secretary: Thelma Mattox,
treasurer, Margaret Johnson, historian
Members: Doris Ann Annis, Jean Barger, Mary Jo Bishop,
Carol Chambers, Joyce Ann Davis, Catherine Harlow, Dor-
othy Ann Harrod, Dora Jane Hendry, Margaret Grace John-
son, Marilyn Kilgus, Mary Louise McClung, Thelma Matrox,
Mary Lee Pardue, Ann Perrine, Eleanor Jane Sturm, Ruth
Alpha Phi Omega
Alpha Phi Omega, national service fra-
terntiy, was founded at Lafayette College,
Easton, Penn., in I868. Alpha Zeta chap-
ter was installed at the University of Ken-
tucky in l934.
Purpose: To assemble college men in the fellowship
of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop freindship,
leadership, 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 as participating
Faculty advisors: Dr. N. O. Long, Dr, Rhea A. Taylor, Jim
Honorary member: Dean A. D. Kirwan
Members in faculty: Prof. Bill Brown, Dr. Harry Best, Dr
N. O. Long, Bart N. Peak
Officers: Paul Cunningham, president, Joc Craig, vice-
president, Thomas Poe, Jr., secretary, William Sparks, Jr.,
Members: George David Bere, Kenneth Blevins, Jackie M.
Boyd, Stuart Carpenter, Broughton Coke, Harry Cooper, Bruce
Cotton, D. D. Cayce, Joe Craig, Gayle Caldwell, Paul Cun-
ningham, Don Cundiff, William S. Davis, Dick Dickens, Read
Holland, David C. Holliday, Harry Lessley, Clare Langebrake,
Wilfred Lott, James W. Lyon, Glen Johnson, Bill McKenzie,
Jim Maturo, Robert O. Moore, Gene Myles, Lee Myles, Tom-
my Poe, Robert J. Schwartz, Martin Swanson, Bill Sparks,
George Sakona, Tom Smith, Roger Snow, Omer Stikeleather,
Arthur Whipple, Mike Yakowsky
G. Myles, Cooper, Johnson, Sparks, Jenkins, Whipple, MacKenzie, Dickens
Cunningham, Dr. Long, Lott, Hepburn, Langebrake, Leslie, Caldwell
Craig, Smith, L, Myles, Maturo, Stikeleather, Swanson, Meador
President Paul Cunningham shakes
hands with rushees while "Doc"
Long, faculty advisor, looks on. The
"Doc" has done an excellent job of
supervising the activities of this
Harry Cooper explains to the
other members of Alpha Phi Omega
about their annual "Ugly Man Con-
test" given to raise funds for vari-
ous proiects. This years' contest
bought pencil sharpeners for all
campus buildings and all fraternity
and sorority houses, along with giv-
ing them a start on the second of
their "Social Calendars." Other pro-
iects, off campus, include entertain-
ing at the Veteran's Hospital, help-
ing needy families at Thanksgiving
and Christmas, and repairing public
buildings in slum areas.
New Pledges: ist row, Craig,
Blevens, Reddin, McGregor, Cotton,
2nd row: Davis, Bere, Boyd, John-
son, Snow, Roy, Woodhead
3rd row: Glasscock, Whipple, Car-
penter, Haun, Lyon, J. Moore, R.
Alpha Phi Omega
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Alpha Zeta was founded at Columbus,
Ohio, in 1897. Scovell Chapter was install-
ed at the University of Kentucky in 1912.
Purpose: To encourage and develop the actual and
potential leadership in the field of agriculture.
Faculty advisor: Dr. Dewey G. Steele, Prof. Lawrence A.
Associate member: Dr. Herman Lee Donovan
Officers: Willis G. Moremen, chancellor, Robert S. Smith,
censor, William D. Burgess, Jr., scribe, Robert L. Enlow,
treasurer, Eugene R. Weakley, chronicler
Members: John V. Barnett, William D. Burgess, Jr., Cecil
C. Burnette, Ewell P. Conyers, Waller Cooper, Richard Craf-
ton, Robert Enlow, Alvin K. Faris, Karl S. Grady, Jack Hag-
gard, Carl C. Hamilton, Eldred T. Harding, Ed Hogg, Ray H.
Hogg, Edgar A. McDavitt, Beryl T. McClain, Carlisle Moore,
Wellington Moore, Willis G. Moremen, Robert B. Simon,
Robert S. Smith, Kenneth Stewart, Winford B. Thomas, Wel-
by H. Timmons, Eugene R. Weakley, Charles B. West, Corless
Moreman, Smith, Burgess, Enlow, Weakley
Wiley, Thomas, Crafton, Stewart, Conyers, Moore, R. Hogg
McDavitt, Grady, E. Hogg, Simon, Cooper, Hamilton, Barnett
Alpha Zeta Omega
Getzel, Chitlik, Figa
Alpha Zeta Omega was founded at Phil-
adelphia College of Pharmacy and Science
in l9l9. Lambda Chapter was installed at
the University of Kentucky in l947.
Purpose: The purpose of the members is to en-
courage the advancement of their profession through
intimate association with one another, and practice
of the virtues of mutual trust, sympathy, faithfulness,
Honorary members: Dean E. P. Slone and Dr. Gordon L.
Officers: Charles F. Rosenberg, directorum, Arthur D.
Kreltman, sub-directorumg Aaron Schwartz, signare, Leslie
Members: Sidney Bederman, Jacob Chitlik, Leon Figa,
Louis Getzel, Edward Kaplin, Merle Kaplin, Alvin Schlossberg,
Pledges: Harold Frankel, Marvin Greenwald, Julius Kozlove,
Deiss, Macklin, Henry, King
Kilgus, Hancher, Webh
Chi Delta Phi, women's literary honorary,
was founded ot the University of Tennessee
in l9l9. Xi Chapter was installed at the Zine
University of Kentucky in l924.
Faculty advisor: Dean Jane Haselden
Officers: Virginia Henry, president, Helen Deiss, vice
nresidentp Marilyn Kilgus, secretary, Sally Hancher, treasurer
Mary King, historian, Helen Deiss, editor of "Vague" maga
Members: Evelyn Caudel, Helen Deiss, Sally Hancher
Honorary members: Dean Sarah B. Holmes, Prof Grant C.
Virginia Henry, Marilyn Kilgus, Mary King, Ann Macklin
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
Purpose: To encourage scholarship among fresh-
men womeng to promote leadership by encouraging
them to participate in student activities, to develop
character, and to serve and promote the interests of
the University in every possible way.
Faculty advisors: Mrs. Adrian Dorian, Miss Celia Moore
Members in faculty: Miss Jane Haselden, Mrs. Sarah B.
Officers: Dorothy Harrod, president, Elizabeth Bryant,
vice-president: Eloise Lorch, secretary: Doris Richards, treas-
Members: Ellen Allen, Doris Annis, Mary Jo Bishop, Nancy
Bradford, Elizabeth Bryant, Carol Chambers, Joyce Davis,
Polly Day, Sally Hancher, Dorothy Harrod, Margaret Johnson,
Marilyn Kilgus, Eloise Lorch, Thelma Mattox, Dianne McKaig,
Mary Pardue, Mary Lou Priestly, Doris Richards
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Eta Kappa Nu
Eta Kappa Nu, national electrical engi-
neering fraternity, was founded at the Uni-
versity of Illinois in 1904. Beta Upsilon
Chapter was installed at the University of
Kentucky, April 24, l9-48.
Purpose: That those men in the profession of
electrical engineering, who, by their attainments in
college or in practice, have manifested a deep interest
ond marked ability in their chosen life work, may be
brought into closer union whereby mutual benefit
may be derived,
Faculty advisor: H. Alex Romanowitz and Hansford W.
Members in faculty: Ernest A. Bureau, H. A. Romanowitz,
Hansford W. Farris, A. A. Nierenberg, Brinkley Barnett, Earl
T. Noble, Nathan B. Allison
Officers: Forest Edwards, president, R. C. Johnson, vice-
president, David Pruden, secretary, A. A. Moore, treasurer,
B. P. Miracle, corresponding secretary, W. R. Meredith, bridge
Members: Keene Adams, Orville Arnett, Russell M. Barnes,
Corbett Brashear, Eugene J. Breiding, Roy L. Cole, .lack E.
Cook, Earl K. Cottongim, Ernest L. Coulter, Jackson R. Cowan,
William L. Dale, Louis W. Dawson, Marcus D. Dodson, Forest
R. Edwards, G. C. Ethington, William K. English, Robert T.
Fuchs, Edward George, John B. Guthrie, Neil D. Hall, Robert
L. Hannigan, P. C. Jackson, Lloyd W. Jenkins, Robert C.
Johnson, Raymond A. Kemper, Nicholas Khoury, Frank Kish,
A. E. Klemmer, William Linville, Raymond Martin, Charles F.
McMeekin, William R. Meredith, Carlyle Michelson, B. P. Mir-
acle, J. Howard Monier, A. A. Moore, Gregory J. O'Leary,
Fred G. Perkins, David H. Pruden, John S. Renfro, Paul
Riddle, W. T. Robertson, Joseph J. Schmitz, William H.
Sebastian, Edward T. Simons, Robert Sims, Robert S. Sum-
mers, Robert T. Taylor, Ronald E. Terrell, Joe C. Thompson,
L. M. Tupman, Carl Vincent, Jack C. Warford, Whit P.
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Meredith, Coulter, Adams, Miracle, Cottongim, Summers, Khoury, Sebastian, Dawson
Tupman, Cook, Thompson, Brasheer, Klemmer, Jackson, Taylor, Vincent, Breiding
Members of Eta Kappa Nu assemble in
the Engineering study hall for a "bull ses-
sion" before meeting.
Officers of Eta Kappa Nu: William Mere-
dith, vice president: Forest Edwards, presi-
dentp Beverly Miracle, corresponding sec-
retaryg Bob Johnson, freasurcrg Dave Pru-
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Eta Kappa Nu
Kappa Psi, national pharmaceutical fra-
ternity, was founded at University of Vir-
ginia in 1879. Upsilon Chapter was estab-
lished at the University of Kentucky on
April 15, 1909.
Purope: The objects of this body are to conduct
o fraternal organization for the mutual benefit of the
members, also to inculcote industry, sobriety, mutual
fellowship and esteem, nobility, courage of mind and
heart, and to foster pharmaceutical research ond high
Faculty advisor: Prof. Mattys Jongcward and Prof. Charles
Members in faculty: Judge Jesse Hubbard, Prof. Mattys
Jongeward, Prof. C. T. Lesshafft, Dr. H. C. Morris
Officers: Harry W. Houchens, regent, James E. Bell, vice-
regent, Robert Benton, secretary, William V. Atherton,
treasurer, William G. Marshall, historian, William T. Houchens,
Members: Estcl Altman, William V. Atherton, James B.
Bell, Robert Benton, Henry R. Boswell, Robert L. Brown,
Richard H. Bryant, Joe Bill Clements, Fred Coffey, William
A. Conyers, Gerard Crips, Andy Daugherty, Hubert H. Dennis,
Joseph T. Elmes, James L. Eversole, Louis E. Ferguson, Rex
H. Haile, Don C. Harris, Jay M. Hemberger, Harry Houchens,
William T. Houchens, Edmond King, Charles T. Mansfield,
William G. Marshall, William G. McConnell, James F. Mc-
Daniel, Joseph C. McMurtry, John E. Passmore, Louis E. Per-
kins, John Plcmmons, William Michael Riley, William M.
Roach, Richard L. Ross, James T. Sims, R. H. Stone, Dudley
H. Taylor, Charles D. Wathen, Thomas C. Willis, Jack W.
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Hail, Roach, Taylor, Daugherty, Riley, Harris, Brown, Perkins, Willis
Elmes, Bryant, Stone, Hemberger, Wathen, Dennis, Clements, Woods, Ferguson
Whenever a photographer comes around,
people must always start practicing their
prize smiles and lining up in geometric
rows. All this is beyond our understanding
-the picture was supposed to show a
"typicaI pharmactist's bull-session," but
these fellows are definitely not trying to
This is a little more like the traditional
bull-session, if it weren't for the interesting
bridge game and the very obvious lovers of
good music. At any rate, a few minutes in
the Lounge of the Pharmacy Building must
be a pleasant repast from the daily grind of
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Lamp and Cross was founded in l903
at the University of Kentucky to recognize
qualities of leadership among outstanding
members of the senior class.
Faculty advisor: T. R. Bryant
Officers: Fred Nichols, president, James Line, vice-presi-
dent, lsaac Rouse, secretary, Robert Wharton, treasurer
Members: Edwin C. Barnes, William Bixler, Ned Breathitt,
Robert Bleidt, A. Singleton Cagle, George F. Charles, Jerry
Claiborne, Robert Coleman, Fred C. Coplin, Anthony Dallas,
Gibson Downing, Kent Floyd, James Line, Mike Mills, Mar-
shall McCann, Fred Nichols, John C. Owens, Charles Patrick,
Fred G. Perkins, Isaac Rouse, William Sloan, Thomas Under-
wood, Clyde Watts, R""X'Jl'l'1 Weakley, Robert Wharton
Keys was founded at the University of
Kentucky in l906 "to honor the outstand-
ing sophomore in each social fraternity and
to promote the spirit of brotherhood among
Perhaps the leading activity sponsored by
this sophomore men's leadership honorary
is Key's annual Sadie Hawkin's Week. A
round of Dogpatch activities are directed by
the group, including the Sadie Hawkin's
Day Race, a Turnip Chompin' Contest, and
ending with the Sadie Hawkin's Dance, at
which UK's Daisy Mae and Li'l Abner are
chosen. This year, Jane Webb, Chi Omega,
and Tony Rotunno, Kappa Sigma, were
chosen as the "purtiest Dogpatcher's." A
bird's eye view of Key's week of fun fes-
tivities will be found onthe following pages,
Faculty advisor: Dean C, C. Carpenter
Officers: Jack Ballantine, president, Bosworth Todd, vice
president: George Fischer, secretary, Irvine Scrivner, treasurer
Members: David Brown, Lester Bryant, Robert Calvert,
Carl Faith, Roy Giehls, John Godfrey, Bill Haycraft, Donald
Moffct, Ray Myers, Bill Spilman
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thc path for charging Daisy Mac's . . . Tired after fhc chase, weary Dog-pafchcrs dance . . . Half-hcarfcd
Turnip Chompcrs shy away from the camera-man . . . Fif fo be fied wcrc fhcsc L'iI Abncrs, buf who could
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by vicious females is read to the audience . . . Vicious females is rite, the best free-climbers in the South
come to UK . . . Champeenship Dog-patchers, Jane Webb and Tony Rotunno, reigned as Daisy Mae and L'il
Abner . . . Best-dress Dog-patch folk line up for inspection . . . Lonesome Polecat and Hairless Joe, among
other campus notables, were there . . . and Kick-a-pooh Joy-Juice could be had by all . . . Even the Schmoos
had fun, as any red-blooded American boy can plainly see.
Lances, junior men's leadership society,
Members in faculty: Dean A. D. Kirwan, Dean Elvis J.
Stahr, Bart N. Peak, ewls Sawin, Charles Maney, Keith Vice
was founded at University of Kentucky in
Purpose: To foster good will and recognize qual-
ities of scholarship and leadership in the iunior class.
Faculty advisor: Dr. William S. Ward
Officers: Walter Patrick, president: Robert T. McCowan,
vice-president, Clydc P. Watts, secretary, John B. Kuipcr,
Members: Frank Bassett, Waller Cooper, Richard Crafton,
Robert C. Deen, Gibson Downing, Davis S. Fields, Jr., J. Roy
Hall, Elliott Jones, John B. Kulper, Frank Maturo, Robert
McCowan, Kenneth Midkiff, Sidney Neal, Charles Patrick,
Walter Patrick, J. C. Powell, Earl Paul Rowady, Thomas O.
Townes, Clyde Watts
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Queen of Lances Carnival. Courtney Hall and Nancy Brewer, representing Delta Tau Delta, took secondary
honors . . . ADPi chorus cuties attracted lots of business . . . so did DZ Alco-Holler and ATO Sweets . . .
Kappa's bathing suit revue proved revealing . . . AGR's bird-bath proved WET . . . SAE also had Chorus
h for all comers . . , The Delt Moller-Drama and Tri-Delt Peep Show
cuties . . . Alpha Gams held the torc
copped the honors of the evening
Rogers, Doyle, Dawson, Northcutt, Deiss
Barnett, Carver, Henry, Wood, Swofford
Mortar Board, senior women's leadership
society, was founded at Swarthmore Col-
lege in 1918 and installed at the University
of Kentucky in 1920.
Purpose: To provide for cooperation between so-
cieties, to promote college loyalty, to advance the
spirit of service and fellowship among university wo-
men, to maintain a high standard of scholarship, to
recognize and encourage leadership, and to stimulate
and develop a finer type of college woman.
Faculty advisors: Miss Helen King, Mrs. A. D. Kirwan,
Mrs. Lydia R. Fischer
Members in faculty: Miss Virginia Baskett, Mrs. Lela Cullis,
Miss Margaret King, Mrs. Lolo Robinson
Honorary member: Mrs. Sarah B. Holmes
Officers: Suzanne Rogers, president, Venita Dawson, vice-
president: Dorothy Deane Doylc, secretary, Geraldine Leet
Northcutt, treasurer: Martha Swofford, historian
Members: Katherine Barnett, Mary Carolyn Carver, Venita
Dawson, Helen Deiss, Dorothy Deane Doyle, Virginia Henry,
Geraldine Leet Northcutt, Suzanne Rogers, Martha Swofford,
Neree Hatcher Wood
Phi Beta Fraternity was founded in 1912
at Northwestern University. Kappa Chap-
ter was installed at the University of Ken-
tucky on May 12, 1925.
Purpose: 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 advisor: Mrs. Lolo Robinson
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bower, vice-president: Mary Carolyn Carver, recording secre-
tary, Margaret Larkin, corresponding secretary: Betty Elliot,
treasurer: Thelma Mattox, historian, Jeanne Harrell, keeper
of the threshold
Members: Joyce Davis, Phyllis Dean, Priscilla Hancher,
Sally Hancher, Doris Johnson, Thelma Mattox, Betty Mc-
Ginnis, Virginia Satterfield, Anna Lee Scalf, Barbara Shafer,
Annette Siler, Janice Stille, Sara Bennett Thomas, Jo Ann
Range Walden, Joyce West
Pledges: Shirlee Akers, Margaret Boller, Ann Huddlcston,
Ann Hutchcraft, Martha Kittinger, Marilyn Kilgus, Judith
Luigart, Dianne McKaig, Martha Pcnnebaker.
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Siler, Thomas, P. Hancher, Klttinger, S. Hancher, Davis, West
Johnson, Satterfield, Shafer, Hutchcraft, Stille, Pennebaker
Omicron Delta Kappa
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Omicron Delta Kappa was founded at
Washington and Lee University in l9l4,
and Nu Circle was installed at the Univer-
sity of Kentucky in l925.
Purpose: To recognize men who have attained
a high standard of leadership in collegiate activities:
to bring together the most representative men in all
phases of college life, and to bring together members
of the faculty and student body of the institution on
a basis of mutual interest, understanding, and help-
Faculty advisor: Dewey G. Steele
Members in faculty: Herman Lee Donovan, Frank LeRond
McVey, Leo Chamberlain, Thomas Poe Cooper, Albert D.
Kirwan, Martin M. White, Elvis J. Stahr, L. J. Horlacher, Roy
Moreland, Robson D. Mclntyre inational treasureri, G. Davis
Buckner, William S. Webb, W. P. Garrigus, H. H. Downing,
William S. Ward, Robert E. Shaver, Charles E. Snow, Dewey G.
Steele, Thomas D. Clark, William L. Mathews, Bernie Shively,
Adolph Rupp, Paul Bryant, Virgil Christian, Staley Adams,
Lewis Sawin, Merle Baker
Officers: Edward T. Breathitt, president, James R. Lino,
vice-president: Ryburn Weakley, secretary: Robson D. Mc-
Members: C. Edwin Barnes, Robert A. Bleidt, Edward T.
Breathitt, Singleton A. Cagle, Jerry D. Claiborne, Robert M.
Coleman, Waller W. Cooper, Richard Crafton, Davis S. Fields,
Jr., Ellis Foster, Harold Holtzclaw, J. Jerald Johnston, Nor-
man Klein, William F. Lawson, James R. Line, Robert T. Mc-
Cowan, Frederick E. Nichols, John C. Owens, Charles M. Pat-
rick, George N. Reynolds, Robert S. Smith, E. Ryburn Weakley
Glenn Weatherspoon, Robert A. Wharton
Nu Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa was host for
the society's Central Province Conference held on the
UK campus March 3l-April l. Midwest schools
which were represented at the conference were the
University of Akron, Albion College, Beloit College,
Bowling Green State University, Centre College, the
University of Cincinnati, Denison University, Hills-
dale College, the University of Louisville, Marshall
College, Miami University, Ohio Wesleyan University,
Wayne University, Western Reserve University, and
the University of Kentucky.
National officers of ODK who attended the Con-
ference were Dean Martin ten Hoor, University of
Alabama, national president, Dr. Ralph C. McDaniel,
University of Richmond, past national president, Dean
Omicron Delta Kappa
Robert W. Bishop, University of Cincinnati, national
secretary, Prof. R. D. Mclntyre, University of Ken-
tucky, national treasurer, and Dr. Danner Mahood,
Denison University, Central Province deputy.
Conference activities included a model initiation
ceremony conducted by Nu Circle at which Dr. Louis
A. Pardue, Dean of the UK Graduate School, and
University Comptroller Frank D. Peterson, were taken
into membership, a buffet supper at the SUB, a
smoker at the Delta Tau Delta house following the
All-Campus Sing, a luncheon at the Fireside Room of
the Phoenix Hotel, a tour of the new Memorial Coli-
seum, conducted by University President H. L. Dono-
van, visits to several Blue Grass farms, and regular
This mural, which hangs in the Student Union Building, portrays the varied fields of achievement which
membership in Nu Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa represents. Scholarship, Forensics, Athletics, Publications,
and Social Service-a campus leader must excel in at least two of these fields to qualify for membership.
The height of collegiate achievement, and the "Dean"-as it were-of Greek-letter honoraries, Omicron
Delta Kappa embodies the cream of campus leaders.
G. Lentz, Harry B.
Phi Alpha Delta
Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity was
founded at South Haven, Michigan in 1902.
Henry Clay Chapter was established at the
University of Kentucky in l9l4 to promote
o strong bond among different classes at
the various law schools, to form a strong
link between the law schools and their for-
mer students, to promote social and intel-
intercourse among its members:
foster these principles that tend to
higher type of manhood.
Faculty advisor: Prof. Wilbert Ham
Officers: George Fred Charles, iustice: Bruce Stephens,
vice-iustice: Robert G. Lentz, clerk: John W. Sublett, treas-
Jrer: William H. Parham, marshall
Members: Denver Adams, George Akin, Thomas Bell, Ed-
ward T. Breathitt,
Jr., Dempsey Cox
Morris D. Hodges,
Jr., George Fred Charles, Michael Clare,
Jr., Gladney Harville, Robert Hines, Jr.,
Donald C. Hoskins, John J. Larkin, Robert
McKeehan, D. L. McLaughlin, B. J. Mann,
James V. Marcum,
H. Parham, Royce
Maubert R. Mills, Blake H. Page, William
Pulliam, Ralph G. Ranney, Jr., William E.
Scent, William E. Sloan, Bruce Stephens, John Sublett, John
D. Welch, Gilbert Wilson, Woodson Wood, John B. Wyatt
Pledges: Hollis Edmonds, Donald Floyd, Virgil Fowler,
Charles Gray, Sam E. Hill, Robert W. Hodges, Arloe Mayne,
Bernard F. O'Laughlin, Earl Osborn, Homer Ramsay, Edwin
Members in faculty: W. L. Matthews, Roy Moreland, Wil- Rice, James F. Scott, Harold M. Streets, Boyd Taylor, Letcher
bert Ham White, Allen Wood
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lounge on thc steps of thc Law
Officers of Phi Alpha Delta: seat-
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England, Taylor, Hazelip, Lowe, J. Rogers
Miller, Kerr, Allen, Gardner, Baker
Hooper, Zax, Ray, Hart, Wallace
E. Moore, Roadcap, Morris, L. Reed, Schureck
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Phi Delta Chi fraternity was founded in
the Department of Pharmacy, University
of Michigan, in l883. Alpha Beta Chapter
was installed in l923. lts purpose is to
advance the sciences of pharmacy and
chemistry and their allied interests and to
foster and promote a fraternal spirit among
Faculty advisor: Dean Earl P. Slone
Members in faculty: Earl P. Slone, Dr. Ewen Gillis, James
Honorary member: Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Dilly, registrar
Officers: Jacob W. Miller, worthy chief counselor, James
L. Gaddis. worthy vice-counsellor, Sidney F. Brady, worthy
keeper of records and seals, Sylvan H. England, worthy keep-
cr of finance, Raymond Hazelip, worthy prelateg Leslie E.
Reed, worthy master at arms, James Montgomery, worthy
Members: Marvin Allen, Eugene Baker, William Beniamin,
Alvin Bertram, Sidney Brady, John W. Brake, Francis Burd,
Marvin Eblen, Sylvan England, H. R. Featherstone, James
Gadclis, Milton Gardner, Clarence Gregory, James M. Hart,
Jr., Raymond Hazelip, Thurman Hooper, J. F. Jefferson, lvan
Kerr, Chris Kllgus, James Miles, Jacob Miller, James Mont-
gomery, Elmer Moore, Thurman Moore, Charles Morris, Ron-
ald Nally, E. R. Panlie, John Reed, Leslie Reed, E. Thomas
Rogers, Joe S. Rogers, Carroll Morgan, Sylvan O. Roy, Charles
Roadcap, Raymon Schureck, William Strohbeck, Jr., Melvin
Taylor, Victor Wallace, Henry Zax
Pledges: James Brown, George Callico, Robert Conrad, A.
B. Duncan, James Ely, Ollie Emerine, James Fethe, Ralph
Fingerle, John O. Freeland, Robert Hardy, James Kaelin, John
Lowe lll, Wesley McDaniel, Donald McEvoy, William Monroe,
John Morris, Jack Sullivan
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia was founded at
the New England Conservatory of Music
in 1898. Alpha Gamma Chapter was estab-
lished on the University of Kentucky cam-
pus December 13, 1922.
Purpose: To advance the cause of music in Amer-
ica, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of
students of music, to develop the truest fraternal
spirit among its members, and to encourage loyalty
to the Alma Mater.
Faculty advisor: Perry Adams
Members in faculty: Perry Adams, Edward Hornowski,
Gordon Kinney, Aimo Kiviniemi, Warren Lutz, Ford Mont-
gomery, Nathaniel Patch, Frank Prindl, Edwin Stein
Officers: Joseph C. Denny, president, John W. Tully, vice-
presidentg William Fouse, secretary, Embry Curtis, treasurer,
Jim Eversolc, national councilman, Donald P. Stone, historian
Actives: Cornelius von Boyer, Embry Curtis, Joseph Denny,
James Eversole, William Fouse, Burdis Gideon, William Jones,
John Kuiper, Cecil McGee, Jack Steers, Donald Stone, John
Pledges: Nathaniel Baggarly, Harvey Berry, Kent Campbell,
Howard Curry, Jr., Robert Johnston, Gerald LeMasters, Robert
Link, James Nelson
Phi Mu Alpha
Dcnny, Tully, Fouse
Eversole, Jones, LeMastcrs
McGee, Kuiper, Berry
Phi Delta Phi
Phi Delta Phi, international legal frater-
nity, was founded at the University of
Michigan in l869. Breckinridge Inn Chap-
ter was installed at the University of Ken-
tucky in l925.
Purpose: To promote o higher standard of profes-
sional ethics ond culture in the law schools and thc
profession at large, and to unite ourselves in the en-
dearing bonds of affection and brotherly love for the
purpose of encompassing these ends.
Faculty advisor: Prof. Paul Oberst
Honorary members: Dean Elvis J. Stahr, Chief Justice
Porter Sims, Judge Roy Helm, Judge Shackleford Miller, John
Members in faculty: Dean Elvis J. Stahr, Alfred B. McEucn,
Paul Oberst, Frank Murray, Frederick Whiteside
Officers: A. Singleton Cagle, magister: Buford A. Short,
exchequer, John T. Orlandi, clerk, Archie C. Nickell, his-
Members: Dee Ashley Akers, John P. Allen, C. Edwin
Barnes, Frank V. Benton, Everett Berger, Jr., James C. Blair,
William Bixler, Charles Burton, Everett Burton, Jr., A. Single-
ton Cagle,-Dalton Caldwell, Hugh Campbell, Robert E. Cobb,
John A. Diskin, William Francis, Roger Fritz, John P. God-
frey, Daniel Goodman, Gerald R. Griffin, Charles Gromley,
Henry Hardin, James L. Hary, James C. Helton, Robert H.
Helton, Jr., Harry Herdman, Richard Hinton, F. Byrd Hogg,
Robert Hubbard, J. Jerald Johnston, Jerry Jones, William B.
Jones, John W. Kelly, Jason King, Bryan Lewis, James M.
Marks, Edward A. Marye, Jr., J. Marshall McCann, Jr., Jack
Miller, Jack Moxley, Robert Muncy, Samuel Neace, Jr., Archie
Nickell, John Orlandi, Robert M. Pearce, Robert Perry, Virgil
Pryor, Ernest Rivers, Richard Robertson, Robert Ruberg, Bu-
ford Short, Donald C. Smith, Luster G. Smith, Samuel Smith,
JL., tRobert F. Stephens, Thomas Underwood, Clarence L.
Pledges: William B. Byrd, Charles V. Collins, Helton Farm-
er, Edwin J. Fenton, Moses Hall, Delmer lson, Charles K. Lacy,
Harold J. Maupin, Stewart Miller, Walter Patrick, Ben L.
Sanders, Roscoe Tarter, Rodney J. Thompson, Henry Watson,
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Goodman, Hardy, Lewis, Berger, Francis, Neace, D. Smith, S. Miller, Patrick
Ruberg, Pearce, Kelly, J. Miller, Watson, Godfrey, S. Smith, Marye
Members of Phi Delta Phi and
their wives and dates at a fall din-
ner-dance held in the Fireside Room
of the Phoenix Hotel.
Phi Delta Phi's and their partners
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Phi Eta Sigma
Phi Eta Sigma fraternity was founded in
i923 at the University of lllinois. It was
installed at the University of Kentucky on
December 5, l946. Its purpose is to en-
courage and reward freshmen scholarship
among men students.
lt has had the most rapid growth of any
national honorary fraternity. Seventy-five
chapters have been chartered since its
founding, twenty-four of these in the last
Faculty advisor: Dean M. M. White
Honorary members: Dr. H. L. Donovan, Dean M. M. White,
Professor J. S. Horine, Dr. L. H. Townsend, Dr. Rhea Taylor,
Dean C. C. Carpenter
Officers: Robert E. Gregory, president, Gino Carli, vice-
president: Gene R. Hagan, secretary, Frank R. Myers, treas-
Members: Otis K. Bach, John T. Ballantine, William D.
Barkhan, Sumner E. Bortman, Boyce B. Buckner, Gino Carli,
Dominick A. Caselnova, Thomas H. Clore, Edward M. Coff-
man, Charles E. Coyle, James W. Crary, Woodford W. Crutch-
field, Joseph G. Dahlan, Robert C. Deen, Lawrence E. De-
Mumbrum, Richard J. Fuchs, Robert E. Gregory, Gerald R.
Griffin, William J. Grubbs, Preben M. Haagensen, Gene R.
Hagan, Robert D. l-laun, Jr., Donald L. Hochstrasser, Howard
P. Jones, Frank Kasica, Jr., Robert P. Kaufman, Harold J.
Logue, James W. Curry, Frank R. Myers, Alfred Ocko,
Thomas A. Pardue, Jr., Charles E. Peck, Warren Pfefferle,
Arthur W. Purkel, Paul W. Scott, Jack W. Steers, Robert W.
Teater, Raymond Thompson, Cecil Walden, Henry Watson,
George M. Weller, Robert H. Whisman, Bernard Willett
Walden, Kaufman, McCurry, Teater, Steers, Pardue, Fuchs, Grubbs
Warner, Prof. Townsend, Myer, Gregory, Hagan, Prof. Horine, Dahlan, Crutchfield
Phi U psilon Omicron
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Wood, Dosscit, Reynolds, Johnson, Routt
Phi Upsilon Omicron, home economics
honorary, was founded at the University ot
Minnesota in l909. lota chapter was in-
stalled at the University of Kentucky in
l922. Its purpose is to establish and
strengthen bonds of friendship, to promote
the moral and intellectual development of
its members, and to advance and promote
Faculty advisors: Miss Marlo Barkley, Miss Ruth Boyden,
and Mrs. Anno Clemmons
Members in faculty: Miss Marie Barkley, Dr. Static Erik-
son, Miss Ruth Boyden, Miss Elizabeth Helton, Mrs. Anne
Clommons, Miss Mary L. Mitts
Officers: Dorothy Deane Doyle, president, Marian Fisher,
vice-president, Perry Milby, secretary, Martha Swofford,
treasurer: Doris Warren, chaplain, Jane Blount, correspond-
ing secretaryp Betty Andes, librarian and historian, Mary Jo
Members: Betty Andes, Jane Blount, Sue Dossctt, Dorothy
Deane Doyle, Juanita Fergus, Marian Fisher, Polly Freels,
Aiethaa Gillespie, Rachel Jownson, Patricia Lawson, Claire
Mabry, Perry Milby, Elizabeth Reynolds, Mary Jo Ridley,
Martha Routt, Ann Norton Skinner, Martha Swofford, Doris
Warren, Neree Hatcher Wood
Pledges: Jane Basham, Martha Burks, lris Grider, Frances
Jackson, Mary Jane Lucas, Marjorie Mitchell, Dorothy Seath
Pi Tau Sigma
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Frazier, Martin, Thornton, Sherman, Greathouse, Smith, McLeod, O'Bannon
Withers, Fergus, Van Gemeren, Clore, Rogers, Beauchamp, Caines, Womack .
Paul, Wilson, Taylor, Mander, Laswell, Craig, Pettit
Pi Tau Sigma, national mechanical engi-
neering honorary, was founded at the Uni-
versity of Illinois in 1915. Kentucky Pi
Lambda was installed on campus on May
Purpose: To foster the high ideals of the engi-
neering profession, to stimulate interest and coordi-
nate departmental activities, to promote the mutual
professional welfare of its members, and to develop
the attributes necessary for effective leadership and
the assumption of the responsibilities of a citizen in a
Faculty advisor: Prof. E. B. Penrod
Members in faculty: W. J. Barber, W. M. Carter, E. E
Elsey, 0. W. Gard, R. D. Hawlkins, J. S. Horine, R. B. Knight
Meyer, E. B. Penrod, W. F. Savage, E. E Williams, J J
Officers: Warren W. Walton, Jr., president, Elvin E. Helms
vice-president: Allison H. Caudill, secretary, Marshall M. Mc-
Euen, treasurer, William G. Kappa, corresponding secretary
Members: R. L. Aspley, W. A. Bauman, R. C. Beauchamp
P. E. Burka, J. F. Caines, A. H. Caudill, T. H. Clore, J. L
Craig, C. C. Fergus, J. M. Flesche, C. L. Frazier, W. K. Great-
house, E. E. Helms, M. V. Johnson, W. G. Kappa, G. E
Laswell, J. R. Line, A. R. Mander, C. P. Martin, M. M. Mc-
Euen, J. A. McLeod, W. B. O'Bannon, V. F. Paul, J. W. Pettit
R. F. Rhodemyre, J. T. Rogers, D. Sacks, B. P. Samuel, G. R
Sherman, R. Smith, D. A. Taylor, C. R. Theobald, R. C. Thorn-
ton, D. A. Van Gemeren, W. W. Walton, G. Weatherspoon
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Rho Chi, pharmaceutical honor society,
was founded at the University of Michigan
in i908 and Alpha Xi Chapter was installed
Ot the University of Kentucky in I949.
Purpose: To promote the advancement of the phar-
maceutical sciences through the encouragement and
recognition of intellectual scholarship. To attain this
Gnd, high standards of scholarship have been de-
manded for election to membership with the view that
scholarly attainment indicates the capacity of the in-
dividual for outstanding achievement in pharmacy.
Faculty advisor: Dr. A. E. Slesser
Members in faculty: Dr. Ewen Gillis and Prof. Mattys
Officers: Sheldon D. Ayers, president, James E. Groves,
vice-president, Carl E. Beck, secretary-treasurer, Paul Whitt,
Members: Sheldon D. Ayres, Carl E. Beck, Eugene J. Blasi,
John W. Brake, Jacob Chitlik, William E. Danhauer, Andy V.
Daugherty, Hubert H. Dennis, Richard M. Dickerson, Henry
R. Featherstone, James E. Groves, Edmond D. King, Elmer B.
Moore, Ernest R. Panke, William M. Roach, Edward T. Rogers,
Jr., Winston C. Routt, Sylvan O. Roy, George W. Wheeler,
Jr., Paul Whitt, William B. Zinser
Moore, Roach, Beck, Ayers, Blasi, Brake
Dennis, King, Danhauer, Chitlik, Zinsor, Groves
Routt, Daugherty, Dickenson, Roy, Rogers, Whitt
Sigma Gamma Epsilon
Sigma Gamma Epsilon, national geology
honorary, was founded at the University of
Kansas in 1915, and Chi Chapter was in-
stalled on the University of Kentucky cam-
pus in 1928.
Purpose: To further the interest in earth sciences
and promote a higher scholastic standard in those
Faculty advisor: Dr. William R. Brown
Members in faculty: Arthur C. McFarlan, Vincent Nelson
William Brown, Daniel Hamilton, Lynn Jacobsen
Officers: William B. Macke, president: Robert F. Flege
vice-president: Edward M. Self, corresponding secretary: Wil-
Iiam R. King, Jr., treasurer
Members: Alfred Brown, Elsa F. Burch, James E. Conkin
Robert F. Flege, Russell Ford, Ralph Freeman, Jeptha R. Hall
George Hauser, William R. King, Jr., Eugene M. Luttrell
William B. Macke, William P. Ringo, Jr., Edward Roederer
Oren A. Sams, Edward M. Self, Frank Walker
Dr. Nelson, Flege, Walker, Dr. McFarlan, Freeman, Hauser
Luttrell, Self, Conkin, Sams, Ringo
King, Murphy, Hall, Brown, Ford
Sigma Pi Sigma
Sigma Pi Sigma, national physics honor-
Ofy, was founded December ll, l92l, at
Davidson College, North Carolina. Lambda
Chapter was installed at the University of
Kentucky, May l5, l93O.
Pl-l"D0se: ill To serve as a means of awarding dis-
o students having high scholarship and
Dromise of achievement in physics, C23 To promote
student interest in research and the advanced study
Of the subject, i3l To encourage a professional spirit
Gnd friendship among those who have displayed
fn0I'l4ed ability in physics, 14? To popularize interest
'N DlWYSics in the general collegiate public.
Faculty advisor: Prof. L. W. Cochran
Members in faculty: David K. Blythe, E. A. Bureau, L. W
Cochran, C. B. Crawley, F. P. Green, R. J. Howard, K. O
Lange, R. C. Layson, O. T. Koppius, L. A. Pardue, F. B. Pauls
W. O. Shropshire, C. W. Snyder, W. S. Webb
Officers: James W. Woody, president, Charles T. Maney
vice-president, Judy Barnett, secretary, James E. Hopson,
Members: Carlisle B. Barnes, Russell M. Barnes, Judith A.
Barnett, Ernest Coulter, Thomas B. Deen, Douglas E. East-
wood, George K. Farney, Davis S. Fields, Robert D. Hayes,
David C. Hennessey, James E. Hopson, Roger L. Hulette,
Charles T. Maney, Beverly P. Miracle, Arthur A. Nierenberg,
Samin Ozgur, George C. Patterson, Louis A. Rayburn, Wil-
burn T. Robertson, Bernd Ross, Edward P. Rowady, Raymond
Smith, James M. Stone, J. L. Warner, Fred D. Watson, John
B. Wells, Jr., James W. Woody
Tau Beta Pi
Tau Beta Pi Association was founded at
Lehigh University in l885. Kentucky Al-
pha Chapter was installed at the University
of Kentucky in l902.
Purpose: To mark in a fitting manner those who
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tinguished scholarship and exemplary character as
undergraduates in engineering, or by their attain
ments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to
foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering
colleges of America.
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Foster, Paul, McKnight, Smith, McEuen, Fuchs, Perkins, Elliott
Arnett, Coulter, Pruden, Khoury, Meredith, Co
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Rowady, Caudill, Clore, Washburn, Swain, Hulette, Gordon, Guthrie
Harbison, Sherman, Theobald, Endicott, E. King, Threlkeld, W. King, Lawson
Burch, Heineke, Barnes, Kappa, Haagensen, Moore, R. Deen, Robertson
Brashear, Stark, Miracle, Renfro, Greathouse, Dawson, T. Deen, McLeod
Faculty advisors: S. F. Adams, G. R. Gerhardt, A. A. Nieren-
be"Qf A. J. Meyer
Members in faculty: W. M. Carter, J. S. Horine, R. E.
Shaver, L. C. Pendley, W. A. Finnie, L. E. Gregg, E. A. Bureau,
H- A. Romanowitz, A. A. Nierenberg, S. F. Adams, E. E. Elsey,
L- E. Nollau, D. V. Terrell, E. J. Meyer, O. W. Gard, C. S.
Crouse, G. R. Gcrhardt, H. H. Downing
Officers: Morris V. Johnson, president: Ray Kemper, vice-
Dresident: Warren W. Walton, recording secretary: Robert C.
J0l'1nson, corresponding secretary: James M. Stone, treasurer,
William Kappa, cataloger
Members: Orville Arnett, Russell Barnes, Corbett Brashear,
Elza Burch, Gino Carli, Allison Caudill, Thomas Clore, Roy Lee
Cole, Ernest Coulter, Joe Craig, Louis Dawson, Robert Deen,
Thomas Deen, Forest Edwards, James Elliott, William Endicott,
William English, Ellis Foster, Robert Fuchs, Edward George,
James Gordon, William Greathouse, Keith Guthrie, Preben
Haagensen, Neil Douglas Hall, John Harbison, Howard Hein-
'fkef ROQGF Hulette, Morris Johnson, Robert C. Johnson, Wil-
hfim Kappa, Raymond Kemper, Nicholas Khoury, Robert
Kimberly, Ernest King, Wesley King, William Lawson, James
l-UWC, Marshall McEuen, Shaffer McKnight, James McLeod,
Charles McMeekin, William R. Meredith, Beverly Miracle,
Vernon Moore, Samin Ozgur, Vernon Paul, Fred Perkins,
Joseph Pochomis, David Pruden, John Renfro, Paul Riddle,
Wllburn Robertson, Edward Paul Rowady, George Sherman,
Edward Simons, Raymond Smith, Roger Stark, James Stone,
William Swain, Charles Theobald, Joe Thompson, Paul Threl-
keld, Warren Walton, Harry Washburn, Glenn Weatherspoon,
Robert Wharton, Lawrence Wilbers
As a part of pledging ceremonies, Presi-
dent Morris Johnson tells John Renfro how
to hit the "gong" correctly.
Old members of Eta Kappa Nu extend
C0r1gratulations to the newly "tapped" men.
Members of Eta Kappa Nu gather in the
EflQlneering study hall to discuss plans for
initiation of new pledges.
Tau Beta Pi
Theta Sigma Phi
Theta Sigmo Phi was founded ot the Uni-
versity of Washington in 1909. Chi Chop-
wos established at the University of Ken-
tucky in 1920.
The Purpose of this honorary froternity is to fur
ther the interests of women in the profession of jour-
Faculty advisor: Marguerite McLaughlin
Member in faculty: June Baker
Officers: Bettye Lee Mastin, president, Helen Deiss, vice-
presidentg Louise C. Ayres, secretary, Dorothy Jean Allen,
Members: Dorothy Jean Allen, Louise C. Ayres, Helen
Deiss, Bettye Lee Mastin
Pledges: Janet Anderson, Nell Blair, Nancy Gaskin, Rosc-
mary Hilling, Shirlee Leathers, Mary Swefnam, Katheryn
Mastin, Deiss, Ayers, Allen, Blair
Anderson, Whitmer, Swetman, Hilling, Leathers
A common ground for ieorning . . . let your
interejsts be your guide . . . test tubes ogd cogking
- . . oiry cows or slide rules . . . o mo ern once
. . . o rousing cheer . . . the birds-of-o-feather
Alma Magna Mater
Osborn, Johnstone, Rice, Holtzclaw, Wilson, A. Jones, B. Jones
Moore, Kirtley, B. Ferguson, Eimer, W. Ferguson, Griffin, Blumenthal, Maynard, Barker, Kearby
Billiter, Bullock, Brown, Garred, Lacy, Cruise, Sewell, King, Shinnick, Creal
Harris, Tarpley, Baker, M. Williams, A. Williams, Steele
Alma Magna Mater was founded on the
campus in l925. The members of the club
are children of graduates of the University
Purpose: To serve the University in every possible
Faculty advisor: Miss Hclcn King
Officers: Kenneth Blevins, president, Ann Williams, vice-
president, Pat Moore, secretary-treasurer
Members: Bob Arnold, Evalyn Baker, Ann Barker, Betsy
Billiter, Kenneth Blevins, Julie Blumenthal, Betty Boston,
John Brabant, Betty Bruce Brown, Arden Bullock, Martha Sue
Creal, Bettye Cruse, Jane Eimer, Bruce Ferguson, Walter Fer-
guson, Catherine Fitch, Charlotte Garred, Pat Gormley, May-
delle Griffin, Jayne Haley, Helen Harris, Jane Bell Hoffman,
John V. Holtzclaw, Ben Johnstone, Ann Jones, Bob Jones,
Jim Jones, Martha Jones, Kitty King, Ann Kirtley, Madge
Lacey, Mita Maynard, Pat Moore, Ralph Ovilson, .lon H. Rice,
Pat Sewell, Mary Shinnick, Martha Steele, Aileen Todd, Ann
Williams, Mary B. Williams, Ralph Wilson
The F. E. Tuttle Chapter of the Student
Affiliate of the American Chemical Society
was installed at the University of Kentucky
Purpose: To promote interest in chemistry and to
create o feeling of fellowship among the students.
Faculty advisor: Dr. N. O. Long
Officers: Paul G. Sears, president, Robert Price, vice-
president, Rose J. Ruh, secretary: Elizabeth V. Link, treasurer
Members: H. Barber, T. R. Bosley, Robert Boyd, O. C.
Bradley, Elizabeth Bryant, Robert Combs, J
. W. Crary, Jack
Fletcher, William L. Fletcher, Norman Klein,
Elizabeth V. Link, Lyle L. Lowry, Robert L
Maddox, Sam Naive, G. H. Perdue, Robert
Reusch, Rose J. Ruh, William A. Schreyer,
Stanley M. Tarter, Ansel A. Worley
W. Fletcher, Maddox, Boyd, Tarter, Loury, Bosley
Combs, Worley, Barber, J. Fletcher, Schreger, McNeer
Bradley, Sears, Ruh, Link, Bryant, Reynolds, Dr. N. O. Long
. McNeer, W. L.
Price, Elmer A.
Paul G. Sears,
American Pharmaceutical Association
The American Pharmaceutical Associa-
tion was founded in Philadelphia in l852.
The University of Kentucky Chapter was in-
stalled at the College of Pharmacy, at
Louisville in I935.
Purpose: To improve the science and art of phar-
macy, and to encourage such proper relations among
the medical professions and the people at large as
may promote the public welfare,
Faculty advisor: Charles T. Lesshaft, Jr.
Members in faculty: Jesse Y. Hubbard, Mattys Jongeward,
Charles T. Lesshaft, Jr., A. E. Slesser, Dean Earl P, Slone
Officers: Melvin E. Gardner, president, Eugene Baker, vice-
president, William E. Danhauer, Jr., secretary-treasurer
Members: Seniors: George W. Akers, Buford C. Allen,
Marvin M. Allen, Estel K. Altman, William V. Atherton, Shel-
don D. Ayers, James M, Barton, Carl E. Beck, Sidneg A.
Bederman, James E. Bell, Alvin R. Bertram, Eugene J, lasi,
Gerald E. Bowles, John W. Brake, Robert L. Brown, Richard
H. Bryant, Jacob Chitlik, Fred L. Coffey, Harold V. Combs,
Hobart G. Conley, William A. Conyers, Jack D. Cox, Gerald J.
Cripe, William E. Danhauer, Andy V, Daugherty, James R.
Day, Mary Joan Deddens, Hubert H. Dennis, Richard M,
Dickerson, Rudolph W. Doerhoefer, Lucy Taylor Easley, Mar-
vin Eblen, Joseph T. Elmes, James L. Eversole, Henry R.
Featherstone, Louis E. Ferguson, Leon C. Figa, Harold D.
Frankel, Milton E. Gardner, Louis Getzel, Clarence R, Gregory,
James E. Groves, Don C. Harris, Raymond P. Hazellp, Jay M.
Hemberger, Thurman B, Hooper, Harry W. Houchens, Wiliam
T. Houchens, Anna Sue Hubbard, Edwin B. Kaplin, Merle E.
Kaplin, George Karem, lvan E. Kerr, Chris R. Kilgus, Edmond
D. King, Raymond L. Logsdon, Robert L. Long, Keith E.
Marple, Loran McAfee, James F. McDaniel, Joseph C. McMur-
try, William P. Medlock, William B. Montgomery, Elmer B.
Moore, Thurman H. Moore, Carroll L. Morgan, Charles E.
Morris, Romuald Nally, Ernest R, Panke, Joseph Parrino, John
B, Peak, Louis E. Perkins, John J. Plemmons, Woodrow S.
Porter, John W. Reed, William M. Riley, William M. Roach,
Charles A. Roadcap, Anna Catherine Robinson, Edward T.
Rogers, Joe G. Rogers, Winston C. Routt, Sylvan O. Roy, Carl
M. Schwab, Ava Bow Smith, Walter H. Smith, Joseph T.
Speer, John J. Stevens, William H. Strohbeck, Thomas M.
Taylor, Betty Audrey Thompson, Thomas B. Vance, Arthur J.
Voss, Conrid V. Wallace, Dominic C. Wathen, George W.
Wheeler, Paul Whitt, Victory G. Wolfenbarger, Jack W.
Woods, Henry E. Zax, William B. Zinser
Juniors: William N. Adams, Eugene Baker, William K.
Beniamin, Robert H. Benton, Henry R, Boswell, Allen O. Boyd,
Sidney F. Brady, James E. Brown, Francis M. Burd, George W.
Calico, Kenneth D. Calvert, William S, Chance, Joe B. Clem-
ent, James W, Collier, William M. Edwards, James Z. Ely,
Ollie B. Emerine, Sylvan H. England, Guy P. Fuller, James L.
Gaddis, Marvin Greenwald, Rex H. Halle, Robert D. Hardy,
James M. Hart, Gloria Hope Hartman, Earl Houchens, James
F. Jefferson, Stanley F. Juzwik, Carter W. Koger, Julius L.
Kozlove, Max P. Kreitman, Irvin J. Kupper, Samuel Kushner,
John D. Lowe, Charles T. Mansfield, William G. Marshall,
William G. McConnell, Wesley R. McDaniel, Richard Meena,
Carl S. Merenbloom, Jacob W. Miller, Thomas E. Moffett,
James R, Montgomery, Dallas G. Osgatharp, John E. Passmore,
Ben P. Phillips, Rebecca Joyce Rasnick, Leslie E. Reed, Rich-
ard L. Ross, Joe I. Rouben, Harry J. Russell, Hershell Sal-
lenges, Alvin Schlossberg, William L. Schuppert, Rayman L.
Schureck, Joseph M. Shoemaker, James T. Sims, Murrel Small,
Clifford H. Specht, R. H. Stone, Harold T. Sutherland, Dudley
L. Taylor, Donald K. Ware, Thomas C. Willis
Sophomores: Marvin O. Berr, Leslie L. Bivin, John H.
Brazzell, Beniamin R. Bush, Charles A. Butler, Robert R. Con-
rad, Robert T. Corum, Marion E. Cox, Myles H. Davidson,
Auburn B. Duncan, Joe W. Duncan, Wilfred H. Duncan, Billie
J. Earwood, George C. Elliott, James E. Fethe, Sidney M. Figa,
Ralph G. Flngerle, John O. Freeland, Norris S. Glenn, Frederick
E. Heeb, Cli ton E. Hurst, James R. Kaelin, Edward L. Kahn,
Leonard L. Kilgore, Robert L. Kimbrell, Meyer D. Kreitman,
Carl H. Ledendecker, Dorothy Alberta Long, Richard V. Man-
uel, Thomas R. Mayhugh, Donald V. McElroy, James C. Mc-
Kenzie, Billy W. McKnight, Eugene Miller, Elba S. Miranda,
William E. Monroe, John B. Morris, Allen Moskowitz, Anthony
W. O'Brein, Arnold T. Parris, James E. Parrott, Sammie S.
Pope, Charles F. Richardson, Lawrence J. Salzer, Clarice Carol
Sharpe, William D. Shelton, Donald J. Smith, Ernest E. Smith,
Donald R. Spoonamore, Leonard C. Stamper, David H. Strain,
Jack L. Sullivan, Burl J. Whitt, Eugene L. Willis, Alan S.
Wrightson, Melvin Zeiden
Hensley, Balows, Goldberg
Townsend, O'Brien, Canon, Bacon, Surgen
Pulliam, Whitley, Pruden, Wayman, Alexander
Basenbock, Johnson, Swint, Nelms, Ellias
Strickler, Smith, Mclntosh, Hart, Brown, lben, Allen, McCoulf
Dawson, Patti, Sturm, Bond, Lalley, McQuaid
The Bocteriologicol Society wos founded
GT the University of Kentucky in l935.
Purpose: To odvonce the science of Bacteriology
ond to promote fellowship omong the members.
Faculty advisor: Dr. Ralph H. Weaver
Members in faculty: Albert Balows, Dr. O. F. Edwards, Dr.
Mary Hardin, Dr. Margaret Hotchkiss, Dr. James Humphries,
Dr. Morris Scherago, Dr. Ralph H. Weaver
Officers: Venita Dawson, president, Helen Smith, vice-
Dresldentp Ruth Trefz, secretary, Mary Meade, treasurer
Members: Ray Albred, Milton Alexander, Jean Allen, Mil-
ton Anger, Allen Bacon, Tony Basenback, Paul Bilbel, Robert
Blair, Ted Boiter, Betty Bond, Barbara Brown, John Bryan,
Jeanne Bucher, Phyllis Campbell, Wanda Canon, Alex Ciegler,
Harold Cox, Venlta Dawson, Loretta Ellias, John Fontana, Mil-
ton Goldberg, Mildred Hart, Harvey Hensley, John Hensley,
Dan Hilliard, James Human, June lben, Marian Johnson,
Leslie Karr, Stanley Katz, Jane Kauffman, Raymond Kelley,
Pat Lalley, Mary Jane Madden, Harry Marsh, Molly Ann Mc-
Coulf, Bernard McGuinness, Mary Ann McQuaid, Mary Meade,
Ed Meyers, Phoebe Nelms, George O'Bricn, Billie Pattie,
Kathleen Pettey, Ida Pruden, Elsworth Pulliam, Phil Rosenfeld,
Herman Sbarra, George Scherr, Helen Smith, Jane Sturm,
Ronald Surgen, Marjorie Swint, Sam Townsend, Ruth Trefz,
Barbara Wayman, Mary Whitley, James Wilson
The American Institute of Electrical En-
gineers wos founded in Philadelphia in
1884. lt was established at the University
of Kentucky in 1910.
Purpose: To promote advancement in the theory
and practices of electrical engineering and of the
allied arts and sciences, to maintain high professional
standing among its members, and to develop the in-
Faculty advisor: H. A. Romanowitz
Members in faculty: E. E. Bureau, Brinkley Barnett
Officers: Joseph W. Campbell, chairman, Carl Vincent,
vice-chairman, William Merredith, secretary-treasurer, James
Buckner, Engineering Student Council representative
J. P. Adams, Orville Arnett, C. O. Back, L. N. Back, A. D.
Baker, M. G. Baker, D. L. Balch, R. B. Balmut, E. E. Barker,
H. Barker, R. M. Barnes, C. P. Bosmaiian, C. Brashcar, J. E.
Brosz, A. C. Bryant, J. N. Buckner, S, J, Burdette, C. S. Car-
ter, J. T. Cavender, G. L. Christen, R. L. Cole, D. L. Coleman,
R. M. Coleman, J. E. Cook, E. K. Cottongim, E. L. Coulter
Wm. Crawford, W. L. Dale, J. M. Dawson, L. W. Dawson, R. D
Dew, H. L. Dodson, J. W. Dulaney, F. R. Edwards, J. R. Endi-
cott, W. K. English, G. C. Ethington, K. H. Fishback, C. R
Fisher, R. T. Fuchs
R. M. Gallagher, C. A. Gay, Ed George, Ernest Gosney, J. B
Guthrie, N. D. Hall, O. C. Hall, R. L. Hannigan, Warren Har-
ness, E. T. Harney, R. D. Hatchett, M. L. Hill, J. R. Howell
Elmer Isaacs, P. G. Jackson, K. B. Johns, B. P. Johnson, C. F
Johnson, R. C. Johnson, E. C. Jones, N. C. Jones, R. A. Kem-
per, Nicholas Khoury, E. N. King, W. H. King, A. R. Klemmer
D. L. Lafferty, F. L. Lau, C. G. Lynch, Jessee R. Lynch, T. L
Lyons, R. L. McKenney, C. F. McMeekin, Raymond Martin
P. W. Mayhew, D. A. Mendelson, E. H. Michaelski, B. P
Miracle, J. H. Monier, A. A. Moore, W. L. Moore, L. L. Mor-
gan, B. V. Morris, G. W. Morton
G. J. O'Leary, F. L. Owen, M. M. Pace, J. J. Parsons, F. G.
Perkins, D. H. Pruden, J, W. Renfro, Paul Riddle, C. G. Rob-
bins, J. L. Roberts, W, T. Robertson, W. C. Ross, Jack Royse,
H. B. Salee, W. A. Sams, J. A. Santiago, W. C. Sauteben, J. J.
Schmitz, B. L. Sears, W. H. Sebastian, H. A. Shacklett, E. T.
Simons, C. D. Smith, E. L. Smock, R. S. Summers, T. E. Suther-
land, R. T. Taylor, R. E. Terrel, A. C. Testa, J. C. Thompson,
J. M. Threlkeld, H. D. Timmons, L. M. Tupman, Carl Vincent,
J. C. Warford, F. R. Washer, W. P. Watson, J. A. Webb, R. S.
Webster, M. E. Whalen, C. B. White, R. B, Whitney, L. R.
Wiepert, G. C. Williamson, C. R. Wilson, F. H. Wintsch, W. L.
Womack, J. E. Young
J UNIOR MEMBERS
L. K. Adams, M. G. Albert, Warren Allbright, F. L. Aton,
J. A. Aurand, Kinne Barnett, B. T. Bartlett, J. D. Beatty, J. B
Borders, E. J. Breiding, W. G. Briggs, E. G. Brooker, L. P
Browder, P. A. Brown, Ralph B. Brown, Gino Carli, W. B
Carroll, T. J. Clark, J. T. Collins, J. R. Cowan, W. W. Crutch-
field, P. J. Cubranic, J. W. Curry, H. H. Cutter, B. N. David-
son, R. F. Delaney, M. D. Dodson, E. J. Dyer, C. W. Fair, J. D.
Feehan, Q. L. Gaskin, R. C. Giles, C. W. Greenfield, D. M
Gritton, J. H. Hackney, C. W. Hamm, P. C. Harmon, Jack T.
I-lerln, James L. Hobbs, W. L. Holcman, F. J. Huffman
O. E. lson, P. V. Jacobs, L. W. Jenkins, Wm. D. Jones
Frank Kish, R. P. Lambert, Ralph Lanni, J. G. Leach, J. R
Lemastus, W. E. Linville, C. S. Little, R. B. Lorch, J. A. Lyne
J. C. Mackin, J. G. McCarty, J. R. McNeal, W. S. Masterson
L. W. Meade, J. C. Melvin, Carlyle Michelson, C. R. Murphy
Luis Morales, G. B. Morgan,-R. W. Neale, J. R. Pauley, C. J
Postiglione, W. R. Presser, A. M. PreHyman, J. C. Prichard
L. E. Proffitt, T. M. Ragland, E. P. Reed, F. K. Rogers, R. W
Schulte, C. R. Scott, D. E. Seasor, W. E. Sell, L. C. Sheehan,
D. A. Shockey, H. W. Simpson, C. R. Sims, J J. Size, C. R
Smith, Tom R. Smith, R. G. Sprouton, W. B. Valentine, B. M
VanBeber, E. N. Vines, R. P. Walker, R. D. Wallingford, W. T.
Walters, H. C. Whitekettle, E. L. Williams, J. W. Willis, M. F
Yackowsky, W. W. Zoellers
W. L. Antle, F. W. Atkinson, J. R. Bailey, G. W. Baker
Thomas E. Baker, W. D. Barkhau, Clyde Begley, R. C. Brum-
met, S. J. Callahan, J. P. Chapman, J. L. Chenault, Basil Cole
B. L. Cole, B. R. Coleman, C. R. Crabtree, R. W. David, R. J
Distler, G. F. Dodge, J. T. Evans, G. K. Fischer, L. D. Fischer
J. A. Gomer, J. R. Griffin, w. J, crumbs, w. c. Hale, courif
ney Hall, E. L. Halstead, J. F. Ham.lton, K. D. Handy, C. G
Hewitt, W. C. Higgins, J. C. Higginson, Cloyd Hoskins, W. Ti
Hudson, G. R. Hunt
Harold J. Jones, Robert V. Jones, L. J. Kaiser, J. B. Knox
E. H. Livesay, R. A. Lucas, Ralph McCracken, V. M. Martin
H. G. Mattingly, M. B. Wilburn, Coburn Morgan, Marion T
Morgan, F. R. Myers, James Nease, R. L. O'nan, J. A. Owens
H. C. Pambookian, F. J. Poulouin, W. F. Quillen, R. G, Rhogdg
F. W. Sandusky, H. D. Sanford, Ollie Smith, C. E. Stewart
L. G. Tharp, J. W. Tietyen, W. A. Tuttle, T. R. Varson, B. C
Wagner, R. F. Wagner, R. K. Walker, C. H. Ward, J. B. Weis
A. J. Wert, J. A. Winans, J. J. Woitowicz, M. W. Wood, P. J
Wright, Alvin Inglis
The Americon Society of Civil Engineers
wos founded ot New York City in l852. lt
wos instolled ot the University of Kentucky
Purpose: To offord on opportunity for members
of the Civil Engineering closs to become acquainted,
to promote o spirit of congeniolity between the closs-
es, to ocquoint the members with topics of interest to
Civil Engineering students through the medium of
populor oddresses by competent speokers ond mem-
bers, ond to foster o professional spirit omong the
Faculty advisors: Prof, A, L. Chambers, J. Stephen Wat-
kins, contact member
Members in faculty: A. L, Chambers, F, J, Cheek, Jr.,
W, H. Gray, C. K. Hoffman, Earl Moldovan, S. A. Mory, L. C.
Pendley, R. E. Shaver, D. V. Terrell, George Williams
Honorary member: W. J. Carrell
JunioreSenior officers: James Pollitte, president, Roger
Hulette, vice-president: Barbara Beam, secretary-treasurer
Sophomore officers: Robert Calvert, president, Edward
Gedrich, vice-president, Mary Plue, secretary, Anne Clark,
Members: W. R. Abell, J. C, Adams, W. M. Adams, Win-
fred Addison, W. G. Akin, M. J. Amburgey, Eddie Ames, E.
M. Applebaum, W. T. Austin, H. B. Baldwin, V. Barbieri,
C. W. Barnett, B. J. Barrows, Gilbert Barton, Don R. Batten,
W. Bayes, J. B. Bays, Barbara Beam, C. M. Bell, C. A. Bentley,
Paul Bickel, J. A. Bishop, H. R. Black, F. L. Blackford, W. A.
Blue, G. B. Boggs, C. Bowmer, J. L. Branum, D. C. Bray, R. R.
Brceden, W. H. Brittian, J. F. Brown, R. A. Brunson, G. T.
Burke, M. Cable, D. Callahan, Jr., Robert W. Calvert, M. T.
Campbell, Charles C. Cantrill, J. L. Carpenter, J. L. Chandler,
John G. Charles, Anne Clark, P. B. Clark, L. Couch, Clark B.
Cox, Frederick G. Cox, G. Cox, Jr., J. A. Crawford, D. E.
J. B. Daley, Don W. Daugherty, R. C. Deen, T. B. Deen, R.
Denham, Jr., Melvin L. Downs, R. H. Doyle, Gene B. Drake,
J. D. Eastin, J. M. Elliott, J. R. Erwin, E. E. Evans, Milton
Evans, Jr., C. W. Fair, O. A. Fair, B. C. Fairchild, E. P. Faul-
coner, P. A. Faulkner, J. W. Fehr, R. F. Field, A. P. Fish,
B. R. Fish, Pedro A. Flores, C. C. Fox, Harold D. Fox, D. M.
Fraleigh, L. Gabbard, E. B. Gaither, W. G. Galloway, E. Gard-
ner, Jr., Edward Gedrich, T. C. Gesling, E. M. Gilchrist, B. L.
Goldstein, A. M. Goller, J. W. Gordon, Alfred J. Graves, J. V.
Green, R. O. Grubbs, W. C. Grubbs, J. W. Gutermuth, K. L.
A. W. Hagan, H. B. Haggard, J. N, Hamby, L. B. Hammet,
J. R. Harbison, W. C. Harlow, J. J. Harrington, F. Harris, R. S.
Harrison, J. D. Hartley, Gene E. Hatfield, C. C. Hawley, J. L.
Haworth, B. K. Hays, D. C. Hays, J. M. Heidenreich, W. T.
Henry, J. T. Highland, C. H. Hillebrand, F. D. Hogan, Herbert
E. Hoskins, J. A. Howard, Warren E. Howard, R. L. Hulette,
W. R. Humphrey, G. B. Isaacs, C. E. Jackson, G. E. Johnson,
R. A. Johnson, R. C. Johnson, S. Johnson, Victor Jones, W. P.
Jones, R. B. Kazee, S. E. Kanzier, F. Kemper, E. H. Kennady,
W. A. King, Clarence R. Krebs, W. F. Lawson
G. L. LeBaron, S. F. Lee, J. J. Lewis, A. O. Liles, W. W.
Long, H. L. Lurtey, F. D. Lux, W. A. Mackebee, R. A. Mark-
ham, C. T. Martin, H. H. Martin, W. G. Martin, J. A. Mar-
shall, G. N. Maxey, H. L. May, T. R. McDaniel, Paul R. Mc-
Kerhan, S. McKnight, M. Mercado, N. H. Miller, R. M. Miller,
Jr., William A. Miller, G. S. Mills, G. G. Mitchell, Jr., S. E.
Mitchell, V. L. Moore, C. Morgan, H. B. Morgan, B. Moyna-
han, H. G. Mullins, Victor E. Muncy, L. H. Meyers, E. G.
Naramore, D. C. Newberry, E. L, Norris, Robert L. Nord
J. E. O'Brien, G. K. Owen, George D. Parrott, W. T. Pat-
terson, C. W. Pemble, C. L. Pennington, W. Pfefferle, Vincent
B. Pickett, Mary M. Plue, J. E. Pochomis, J. J. Pollitte, W. E.
Porter, E. Powers, James E. Rains, Edwin Randle, P. F. Ras-
sinier, B. F. Romanowitz, John A. Rodgers, F. R. Rose, G. C.
Russell, W. H. Sammons, Normand K. Sanders, D. H. Sawyer,
Thomas O. Scalf, H. M. Schimpeler, F. J. Schmidt, W. P.
Shoemaker, J. R. Shepherd, R. D. Simmons, C. B. Smart, E. S.
Smith, Howard E. Smith, L. B. Smith Ill, Howard Spalding,
G. T. Sparrow, G. E. Stanley, J. W. Staley, R. N. Stark, D. J.
Steilberg, J. C. Stephens, E. C. Stephens, J. B. Stewart, L. H.
Strunk, J. H. Sturgill, C. W. Sullivan, H. S. Sutton, W. T.
Swain, Martin T. Swanson
G. H. Talbott, Billy S. Taylor, P. H. Threlkeld, V. J. Tosta,
E. Trebolo, L. W. Tune, P. B. Vandevelde, W, Marshall Van-
Metcr, Charles A. VanWinkle, A. D. Wade, W. H. Walker,
J. C. Wash, George Thomas Weaks, W. M. Welch, J. A. Wells,
E. M. West, R. A. Wharton, G. L. White, H. G. Whittenberg,
G. W. Wilson, J. D. Witt, R. J. Wood, J. H. Word, C. E.
Young, Z. Young
The Kentucky Student Branch of the
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
was founded in 1880 in New York City. It
was installed on the campus of the Univer-
sity of Kentucky in 1910.
Purpose: To promote the art and science of me-
chanical engineering and the allied arts and sciences,
to encourage original research, to foster engineering
education, to advance the standards of technologists,
and severally in cooperation with other engineering
and technical societies to broaden the usefulness of
the engineering profession.
Faculty advisor: Oliver W. Gard
Members in faculty: W. J. Barber, W. Merle Carter, O. W.
Gard, R. D. Hawkins, E. B. Penrod, J. J. Willis
Officers: John M. Flesche, chairman, Joe L. Craig, vice-
chairrnan, Charles W. Young, secretary, James R. Howe,
treasurer: Allison H. Caudill, Engineering Student Council
Members: R. G. Anderson, R. J. Anspach, G. P. Barker,
S. L. Bartalsky, R. G. Bauer, C. T. Beckett, H. B. Benjamin,
J. M. Bicknell, H. L. Biggerstaff, D. R. Bingham, W. S. Bird-
sall, L. E. Black, W. L. Bradford, J. W. Bradley, L. M.
Brown, J. E. Brunk, F. E. Bryan, P. E. Burka, J. F. Caines,
A. H. Caudill, J. H. Chenault, V. D. Clark, J. M. Clayton,
J. O. Conner, J. R. Cook, T. B. Cooper, J. L. Craig, J. A.
Cramer, R. R. Crawford, W. P. Day, E. L. Duffy, J. P. Feather-
son, D. N. Felty, C. S. Fergus, F. W. Fest, J. M Flesche,
S. E. Fowlkes, C. L. Frazier, J. B. Frounfelker
V. S. George, J. R. Gibson, L. F. Gifford, W. E. Gilbreth,
E. E. Goodbub, W. K. Greathouse, G. S. Gresham, P. M. Haag-
ensen, W. F. Hamilton, H. S. Harlow, B. E. Head, T. J. Hedg-
er, E. E. Helms, K. J. Henn, S. R. Hewlett, J. R. Howe, E. J.
Huet, R. E. Hughes, C. B. Hurst, H. D. Jenkins, L. U. Jenkins,
M. V. Johnson, T. A. Johnson, L. A. Jordan, W. G. Kappa,
J. M. Keller, A. N. Kenly, F. M. Kilroy, A. W. Kinsch, C. O.
Langbrake, G. E. Laswell, G. E. LeMasters, W. H. Litton, G. W.
Loptein, R. J. Lynch, C. G. Lynn, J. R. Lyon
J. R. Matchett, W. E. Mattingly, A. R. Mander, C. P. Mar-
tin, M. M. McEuen, C. K. McGiothlan, J. A. McLeod, H. S.
McLimore, E. H. McNabb, G. E. Menne, R. B. Menser, W. R.
Miller, W. A. Neblett, I. S. Noland, W. E. Otto, R. G. Pate,
J. B. Patton, V. F. Paul, A. B. Perry, J. W. Pfeffer, K. L.
Pollitt, E. J. Radin, D. L. Reed, R. W. Rice, J. A. Ringswald,
W. W. Rogers, J. J. Ryan, E. L. Salyers, A. P. Schneider, P. H.
Schrader, P. B. Seaton, G. R. Sherman, J. A. Shirley, E. Slone,
R. Smith, R. B. Smith, R. C. Stampor
D. A. Taylor, C. R. Theobald, R. C. Thornton, L. T. Tiche-
nor, A. P. Tolley, R. E. Travis, G. A. Trimble, D. A. Van
Gemeren, W. W. Walton, W. R. Ware, W. L. Wayman, G.
Weatherspoon, M. P. Wells, G. C. Wert, A. W. Wicke, C. M.
Willis, D. S. Wilson, O. A. Woford, R. G. Womack, C. W.
Young, H. E. Young
Mining and Metallurgical Engineers
The American institute of Mining and
Metallurgical Engineers was founded in
New York in l87l. The University of Ken-
tucky chapter is known as the Norwood
Purpose: To strengthen the bonds of mutual in-
terest between Student Societies and the Institute it-
Faculty advisor: Prof. C. S. Crouse
Members in faculty: C. S. Carter, C. S. Crouse, G. R. Ger-
hard, E. M. Spokes
Counselor: S. M. Cassidy
Officers: Harry Washburn, president: Bill Smither, vice-
president: Harry E. Miller, secretary: Elze Burch, treasurer
J. J. Ghia, sergeant at arms
Members: S. E. Adair, J. W. Atkins, B. R. Barrett, E. A
Brashear, R. Breeding, D. C. Brown, E. F. Burch, E. Cline, C
C. Congleton, E. F. Cook, A. J. Cornette, V. H. Cristoph, C. M
Dunn, M. P. Dunn, B. F. Eads, J. B. Elsee, E. L. Foster, A. K
Frank, L. Frank, J. F. Gearing, J. J. Ghia, W. B. Gray, S. E
Griffin, W. D. Grote, R. A. Hedland, H. Heineke, F. E. Hen-
dricks, J. R. Holland, C. N. Howard, H. C. Human, A. G
Jacob, V. E. Jennings, B. E. Jessee, G. W. Lockin, C. C
Lowery, J. W. Marcum. R. G. Martin, E. L. Massie, G. S
Mathis, B. B. McClain, J. A. Merritt, H. E. Miller, C. G
Moore, L. Moore, B. Mullins, J. P. Newell, D. P. Newman
D. M. Osborn, P. R. Parks, C. Patton, J. P. Perry, A. P
Rasmussen, N. T. Ravnsborg, J. P. Robinson, J. S. Roller
R. G. Ross, J. J. Rudy, D. R. Russell, J. G. Sauer, B. J. Schroe-
derer, D. B. Sebree, H. J. Siegel, W. E. Silas, W. R. Smither
C. J. Sparks, R. G. Stapleton, L. G. Stewart, J. M. Stone, W. C
Swanson, G. J. Thompson, R. B. Thorp, E. A. Timmel, J. M
Todd, W. J. Trent, C. K. Tudor, R. L. Vines, H. L. Washburn
J. M. Westfall, R. Witt '
Block and Bridle
Row One-Seelhorst, Garrigan, Crafton, Hamilton, Thompson, Lafoon, Lawson
Row Two--Simon, Haggard, Goggin, E. Hogg, R. Hogg, Stewart, Rose, Enlow, Grady, McClain, McClure,
Block and Bridle was founded at Chicago,
Illinois, in 1919 and installed at the Uni-
versity of Kentucky in 1922.
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 colleges
and universities, third, to bring about a closer relo-
tionship between students, faculty, and others en-
gaged in animal husbandry.
Faculty advisor: Dr. W. P. Garrigus
Members in faculty: C. E. Barnhart, L.. A. Bradford, I. G.
Culton, Dr. W. P. Garrigus, E. S. Good, A. H. Lawson, R. C.
Miller, H, G. Sellards, Dr. D. G. Steele, E. J. Wilford
Honorary members: Harold Barber, Brownell Combs, B. C.
Cotton, John Frazer, Ray Hopper, Strother Mitchell, Henry
Moxley, George Swinebrood
Officers: Carl Hamilton, president: Richard Crafton, vice-
president, Brent Thompson, secretary, Donald Laffoon, treas-
Members: Thornas Baldwin, Gerald Bradley, Leon Bush,
Daniel Case, Richard Crofton, Waller Cooper, Robert Enlow,
Neil Farris, Walter Goggin, Jr., Karl Grady, Jack Haggard,
Call Hamilton, Eldred Harding, Robert Hicks, Ed Hogg, Ray
Hogg, Donald Laffoon, John Lcbus, Beryl McClain, Lawas
McClure, Henry Moss, Bernard Perraut, Arthur Seelhorst,
Robert Simon, Kenneth Stewart, Edward Stroube, Brent
Thompson, Ryburn Weakley
The College Chamber of Commerce was
installed at the University of Kentucky in
Purpose: To promote the general welfare of the
students of the College of Commerce, to sustain and
promote student-faculty relationships, and to stimu-
late activities which foster leadership development.
Officers: Willis Munro, Jr., president, James Mokas, vice-
president, Glenn Wills, secretary, James Inman, treasurer
Chamber of Commerce
Members: Polly Ann Atkinson, Betsy Billiter, Bryan Blount,
Dave Brown, Clifford Camp, Kenneth Casey, Earl Caudill, D.
D. Cayce lll, Bill Chandler, Lee Roy Cole, Ruth Combs, Lucy
Crawley, Jane Eimer, Bader Elfstrom, Gloria Fcezle, Bill Don
Grote, Robert K. Hamilton, James F. Hoge, Paul B. Hylton,
Jerry Inman, Jim Inman, Robert Keesee, Eugene Leonard,
Howard Locke, Jr., Ora Manning, Betty Jane Martin, George
McClanahan, Jack McGhee, Jim Mokas, Willis Monroe, Laura
Perkinson, R. L. Pigman, James E. Rader, Richard C. Reeves,
David Rose, Dorothy Schmiett, Phil Shannon, Ken Skinner,
Charles Smith, Frank Southworth, Jack Strother, Samuel B.
Swope, T. E. Tabb, Carl W. Turner, Ray Turner, Robert Tut-
hill, Curtis E. Ward, Herman Weber, Joan Whitten, Glenn
Wills, Bob Wilson, H. C. Wright
The Cosmopolitan Club was organized
by the YMCA on the campus of the Uni-
versity of Kentucky in l92l.
Purpose: "Friendship, fellowship, and the pro-
motion of good will among students of different
Faculty advisors: Margaret Ann Durham, Bart N. Peak
Members in faculty: A. E. Bigge, Margaret Ann Durham,
Martha Huber, Karlis llens, O. T. Koppius, Bart Peak, Thomas
Rush, Karl Schneider
Officers: Preben Haagenson, Brazil, president, Pierson
Oliver, Columbia, vice-president, Mary Nutting, LJ.S.A., sec-
retary, Marius Lubbers, Holland, treasurer
Members: Sara Ballcnger, Beth Bartlett, Kristina Bergen-
strahle, Robert Buck, Alejandro Capablanca, Terpsythea
Chalkas, Shuan Ching-Chang, Gloria Chou, Tsun-Tsuan Chu,
Paul Chung, Stanley Collis, Charles Cox, Joseph Dahlan, James
Duffy, Louis Eades, Hamed El-Sayeh, Else Erlksen, Abdel-
Monem Fawzy, Pedro Flores, Rene Garagon, Nicholas Gamboa,
Marietta Georgiadou, Mr. and Mrs. Jaswantrai Ghia, Ann
Grubbs, William Grubbs, Preben Haagensen, Rosemary Haley,
Dudley Harrod, C. G. House, R. C. Huang, Jui-Sheng, Hsieh,
Nancy Hurst, Shoukat Husain, Peggy Johnson, Aino Kolk,
Townsend Koppiua, Kay Lassi, Harry Lesslie, Mary Lewis,
Terry Lohre, Marius Lubbcrs, Federico Lux, Randel Martin,
Esteban Martinez, Manual Mercado, Luis Morales, Miguel
Morales, Nydia Morales, Mary Nutting, Morihiko Okatsu,
Pierson Oliver, Hector Oliver, Samin Ozgur, Moss Patterson,
Martha Pcnnebaker, Santiago Perez, Juan Pinto, Juan Puig-
subira, Ruth Reinsch, Ana Rios, Norman Raynsburg, lleana
Rlgau, Dorothy Redford, Julio Ruiz, Bernd Ross, Madusudan
Ruparel, Josue Santiago, Sven-Erik Sjogren, Edmund Stern-
bergs, David Stewart, Marjorie Stone, Leonidas Teiida, Gro
Tiegen, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Tiao, Vincente Tosta, Mei-Seuh
Tsai, Dirk Van Gemcren, Maunel Vila, Carl Walker, Akira
Watanabe, Bill Womack, Blanche Ching-Yi Wu, Donald Young
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Row One-Buck, Oliver, Morales, Lubbers, Redford, Patterson, Durham, Perez
Row Two-Mercado, Bartlett, Haagenscn, N. Rigau, Johnson, Georgiadou, l. Rlgau, Chalkas
Row Three-Santiago, Duffey, Capablanca, Lux, Watanaba, Sternbergs, Ballenger, Martin, Kolk, Collis,
Row Four-Huang, House, Manuel, Ruparel, Tiao, Vila, Walker, Womack, Lessley, Teiida, Stone
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Row One-Ridgway, Rau, Burnette, Smith, Dr. Seath, McDevitt, Johnson, Cash
Row Two-- Duvall, Tucker, Stamper, James, Boyd, Grady, Porter, Ford, Sims
Row Three--Fuchs, Brown, Davis, Benedict, Rogers, Mayers, Schoolcraft Martin, Hamilton
The Dciiry Club was founded at the Uni-
versity of Kentucky in i933 to promote in-
terest in doirying.
Faculty advisor: Dr. D. M. Seath
Members in faculty: J. O. Barkman, Dr. Ralph Elliot, Dr.
H. B. Morrison
Officers: Edgar A. McDavitt, president, Robert S. Smith,
vice-president, Cecil C. Burnctte, secretary, James T. John-
Members: Joseph Benedict, Louis Boyd, Cecil Burnette,
Jack Cash, W. H. Coombs, Harold Davis, Allen Duvall, Harold
Ford, Richard Fuchs, Karl Grady, Don Hahn, William Hooper,
Kenneth James, Bill Johnson, James Johnson, Jim Martin,
Edgar McDavitt, Robert Moyers, Tom Porter, Billy Ridgeway,
Chuck Rogers, George Schoolcraft, Robert Smith, Dale Stahl,
W. H. Stamper, William Tucker
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The University 4-H Club was installed at
the University of Kentucky in l927.
Purpose: To promote bonds ot fellowship among
former 4-H Club members who now attend the Uni-
versity and to keep in touch with the Extension De-
partment and know what is taking place in fields of
Faculty advisor: J. W. Whitehouse
Officers: Jack Cash, president, Rachel Johnson, vice-presi-
dent, Emma Barnes, secretary, Leta Faye Cooper, treasurer,
Mary Jo Ridley, publicity chairman, Bruce Cotton and Doris
Annis, co-social chairmen
Members: Doris Annis, Joe Bags, Emma Barnes, Bud Bey-
erle, Denver R. Browning, Jack Cash, Richard Clements, Tony
Cocanagher, John Cooper, Leta Faye Cooper, Waller Cooper,
Bruce Cotton, Ward Crowe, Ed Cunningham, Sue Dossett, C.
Allen Duvall, Jr., Jewell Deene Ellis, Shirley Ellis, Betty Ford,
Kennth Franks, John Godfrey, Bill Goggin, Iris Grider, May-
delle Griffin, Jim Gulley, Thomas Hodgson, Tom Holloway,
William Marcus Hopper, Arthur Hounshell, Robert Huffman,
Rachel Johnson, Frances Jones, Robert Jones, Robert Layman,
Eloise Lorch, Bill Maupin, Eileen McCarthy, Lawas L. McClure,
Perry Milby, Vurnie M. Moore, Jr., Robert Moylers, Virginia
Murray, Fred Neuville, Jr., Andrew Parker, Claud A. Price,
Billy Ridgway, Mary Jo Ridley, Kenneth Dale Stahl, Roy Sims,
Charles H. Switzer, Paul Sutton, Louis Garnet Thornton, Wil-
liam Lee Tucker, William B. Wash, Ryburn Weakley, Floyd
G. Webb, Jr., James R. Wedding, Zackeri Whitiker, John
Wilson, Laura Jane Young
The University of Kentucky Chapter of
the Future Teachers of America was in-
stalled on the campus on Oct. 4, l939.
Purpose: To provide a campus organization for
education students wherein we can help one another
in solving some of the common problems that con-
front usg to work for better recognition of education
on the campus, and to assist in the recruiting of able
students for the teaching profession.
Faculty advisors: Ridgely Park, Helen M. Reed, Mrs. Louise
Officers: John Milkovich, president, Sara Lamb, vice-prcsi-
dent, Nancy Payne, secretary, Doris Willson, treasurer
Members: Jennie K. Agee, Joy Atherton, Kathleen Beal-
mear, Sara K. Beam, Ann Boyd, Marjorie Bradford, John Bur-
Future Teachers of America
ton Brannon, Jr., Pat Byrd, Alma Carl, Delmon L. Carson,
Jane Chitwood, Anne Colburn, Lou Gardner Collier, Patsy
Conway, Katherine Cook, Jo Ann Crawford, Charles Daugher-
ty, Betty Davis, Frances Sterling Davis, Ellen Drake, Thomas
J. Dunn, John Engle, Potter Errickson, Lois Ferring, Betty
Foster, Bertha L. Gifford, Frances Goldstein, Irvin Goldstein,
Bernard C. Gravitt, Marilyn Haley, Barbara Hall, Betty Ham-
mock, Helen Heltsley, Cornelius G. House, Nancy K. Hukill,
Mary Ingles, Mildred Jones, Joan Kavanaugh, Charles Kemp-
er, Jonquil Kirk, John Kring, Virginia Lake, Sara Lamb, Dor-
othy Lawson, Billy Ligon, Sarah Jean Lindsey, Ina Lowe, Lyle
Lowery, Anna Jean Lyons, Cecil McGee, Barbara McGhee, Ida
F. Manchikes, Jane Marsh, Betty Jean Martin, John Milkovich,
David L. Moberly, Juanita Morton, Mary Ann Mosby, Billy
Joyce Newsome, Annelle Nutlee, Opal Owen, Mary Pardue,
Lois Paul, Nancy Payne, Shirley Porter, John R. Proffitt, Ar-
thur Jesse Razor, Mary Nell Rogers, Flo Sanders, John Scavlin,
Maxine Schenks, Bonnie Sharp, Martha Sheridan, Helen Short,
Richard Silvernail, Bernice Smart, Lloyd Smith, Mary Agnes
Smith, C. Paul Steele, Garnett Stephens, Pauline Stephenson,
Robert Stewart, Carolyn Taylor, Jane Tucker, Lois Van Meter,
Betty Jo Vaughn, Betty Jo Wells, Frances Wells, John A,
Wells, Connie Weatherby, Mary Jane White, Ann Weisman,
Doris Willson, Annie Laurie Wilson
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Harlan County Club
The Horlcin County Club was founded ot
the University ot Kentucky in I946.
Purpose: To promote fellowship omong the students
from Horlon county.
Faculty advisor: C. B. Stephenson
Officers: Harold L. Hall, president, Don Bennett, vice-
president, Dorothy Hendrickson, secretary-treasurer, Herbert
Dugger, sergeant at arms, Jean W. Howard, Mary E. Pollitte,
Cawood Smith, Jane Ellen Tye, board of directors
Members: Milton Alexander, Joyce Barton, Clyde Bennet,
Don Bennet, Betty Jo Blaire, James S. Burns, Clark Cox, Ed-
ward L. Craig, Herbert Creech, Bill Disney, Herbert Dugger,
Harold Hall, Dorothy Hendrickson, L. A. Hines, Paul E. Hines,
Jr., Stanley Hogg, Jean Howard, Jean W. Howard, Harold G.
Irwin, Dorothy Kerns, Louise Massengale, Elizabeth Mowatt,
Mary E. Pollitte, James Pollitte, Bob Pope, Margaret Sue
Smith, Cawood Smith, James R. Stewart, Lawrence G. Stewart,
Kenneth R. Sturgil, Karolyn Spillman, Barney Sword, Jr., Jane
Ellen Tye, Charles Ulery, John Whitfield
Row OneITBarg1ori, M. Pollitte, Hendrickson, Spillman, M. Smith, Tye, J. Howard, Day, Masengail, J. W.
Row Two-Sword, Ulery, W. Pollitte, C. Smith, L. Stewart, Whitfield, J. Stewart, C. Bennett, D. Bennett,
Disney, W. Howard, Dugger, Hall, Burns
Home Economics Club
Row One-Warren, Crump, Doyle, Gillespie, Sivis, J. Ellis, Martin, Watlington, Sumpter, Thatcher
Row Two-Basham, Wesley, Seath, Milby, Reynolds, Steele, Witten, Foster, Cooley, Cooksey, Wheeler,
Lawson, Blair, Ford
Row Three-Westerman, S. Ellis, Grider, Barnett, Brabender, McNeely, Arnold, Hill, Ballard, Lowe, Paul,
Morton, Parker, Gilbert, Freels, Mrs. Taylor
Row Four-Hollingsworth, Isaacs, Ewbank, Cooper, Redd, Coronet, Gamblin, Willhite, Andes, Perry, Routt,
Murray, Ackerman, Amis, Cragg
The Home Economics Club was founded
Gt Montana State College in i895.
Purpose: To bind Home Economics students to-
gether, 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.
Faculty advisors: Mrs. Sam Taylor and Mrs. Polly Freels
Officers: Doris Ann Warren, president: Martha Frances
Swofford, vice-president, Martha Routt, secretary: Mary Jo
Ridley, treasurer: May Arnold, Jewell Deene Ellis, freshman
Tdvisors, Betty Andes, publicity chairman, Betty Crump, song
Members: Betty Andes, Doris Annis, Mae Arnold, Emma
Barnes, Nancy Bowtes, Martha Burks, Mary M. Burress, Eloise
Cooksey, Joyce Cooley, Faye Cooper, Betty Sue Cornett, lnda
Craig, Betty Crump, Dorothy Daugherty, Sue Dossett, Dorothy
Doyle, Sara Dugan, Shirley Ellis, Eloise Ewbank, Betty Ford,
Nancy Foster, Lynn Gamblin, Geraldine Gilbert, Alethea
Gillespie, Ruth Grider, Jewell Jean Hensley, Betty W. Hicks,
Pearl Hill, Helen Hollingsworth, Joyce Hub, Elsie Hunt, Elsie
Isaacs, Frances Jackson, Rachel Johnson, Frances Jones,
Mayme Joseph, Charlotte Justice, May Leach, Virginia Lewis,
Ina Lowe, Mary Jane Lucas, Jean Lycan, Louise Martin, Mary
Martin, Nancy McGuire, Charlotte McNeely, Margaret Meyers,
Perry Milby, Juanita Morton, Virginia Murray, Nancy New-
horth, Mary Jane Noland, Thelma Ockerrnan, Evelyn Osborne,
Emily Parker, Sue Peak, Marna Perry, Imogene Redd, Bess
Reynolds, Mary Jo Ridley, Martha Routt, Dot Seath, Betty
Sivis, Priscilla Smith, Marilyn Steele, Martha Swofforcl, Lillian
Thatcher, Mary F. Waggener, Margaret Ann Wanless, Doris
Warren, Annette Westerman, Betty Mae Wheeler, Louise
Willhite, Louise Wilson, June Witten, Neree H. Wood, Laura J.
The K Club was founded at the Univer-
sity of Kentucky in l94l to provide a sep-
arate club for athletes at the University in
which they can act as an organization and
can further competitive sports on the carn-
Faculty advisor: Joseph Atkinson
Officers: Jerry Claiborne, president, Nick Odlivak, vice-
president, Dale Barnstable, secretary-treasurer
Members: Dale Barnstable, Charles Bentley, Bill Boller,
Charles Bradshaw, Bobby Brooks, Albert Bruno, Jerry Clai-
borne, Frank Clegg, Jay Cummins, Tony Dallas, Bill Dawson,
Don Frampton, Dominic Fucci, Bob Gain, Ralph Genito, Bob
Gibson, Allen Hamilton, Kent Hollingsworth, Walter Hirsch,
David Holliday, Bob Hatchett, Dick Holway, .lim Howe, Pat
James, Wilbur Jamerson, George Kirchner, Norman Klein,
Jim Line, Lloyd McDermott, Dick Martin, Jim Murphy, Nick
Odlivak, Donald Phelps, Bob Pope, Ray Porter, John Richter,
Charles Rose, Anthony Rotunno, Bill Schaffnit, Unis Saylor,
Frank Smotherman, John Stough, Hobart Thomas, Lee Tru-
man, Harry Ulinski, Bill Wannamaker, Clayton Webb, Harold
Woodell, Walter Yowarsky, Humzey Yessin, Ben Zaranka
The Campus League of Women Voters is
attilioted with the League ot Women Voters
ot the United States, founded in l92O. lt
was installed on the University ot Kentucky
campus in I946.
Purpose: To promote intelligent discussion among
the college students ond to encourage active citizen-
Faculty advisor: Dr. Gladys Kammerer
Officers: Charlotte Garr, president, Martha Bradley, vice-
Dresident, Sally Hancher, corresponding secretaryp Annette
Siler, recording secretary, Joan Kavanaugh, treasurer, Gloria
Eastburn, program chairman, Louise Ayres, publicity chair-
League of Women Voters
Members: Joyce Allen, Louise Allen, Louise Ayres, Jean
Barger, Jane Barnett, Nancy Bradford, Martha Bradley, Nancy
Jean Bright, Jane Butt, Dorothy Combs, Ruth Combs, Doris
Cook, Yolande Coulter, Martha Creal, Harriet Crutchfield,
Lee Dillion, Lee Dolid, Martha Durham, Doris Eith, Shirley
Ellis, Joyce Elrod, Nelda Ewing, Charlotte Garr, Martha Gauntt,
Betty Golssman, Barbara Sue Graham, Ann Hall, Sally
cher, Helen Dees Harris, Dorothy Harrod, Carolyn Hays, Betty
Heiss, Frances Helton, Dora Jane Hendry, Jane Hunter, Betty
Hyatt, Nancy James, Joan Kavanaugh, Joan Kenney, Ruth
Lenox, Florris Lyon, Louise McDowell, Joan Martin, Betty
Nash, Mary Odell, Betty Carol Pace, Mary Parduc, Mary
Parker, Emma Louise Patrick, Joan Patterson, Sue Peak,
Laura Perkinson, Mary Jane Pinson, Ella Potter, Lana Price,
Doris Richards, Elizabeth Rodgers, Bobby Ann Rouse, Pat
Sewell, Annette Siler, Ann Shields, Grace Thornton, Jane
Tucker, Margaret Tweedy, Frances Vance, Mary Oliver Van-
trease, Katheryn Whitmer, Mattie Wood, Julie Yeager, Mary
Row One- Kavanaugh Bradley, Garr, Siler
Row Two- Dr. Kammerer, Ayres, Eastburn, Hancher
Patterson Literary Society
The Patterson Literary S o c i e t y was
founded at the University of Kentucky in
l886. It is a traditional society of selected
men who are interested in speech beyond
The annual University Oratorical Contest, sponsor-
ed by the Society in March I949, was won by C.
Hoge Hockensmith and Ellen Drake. First place in
the Patterson Birthday Oratorical Contest was award-
ed to Robert Estill, and Frank Foulconer received the
1949 Patterson Annual Scholarship Award. These
contests and scholarships were provided for in the
will of the late James Kennedy Patterson, founder ot
the society and president of the University from l869
Faculty advisor: Dr. J. Reid Sterrett
Officers: Robert T. McCowan, president: Richard Pigman,
vice-president, Robert L. Smith, secretary: Charles E. Matth-
Members: Robert Coleman, Earl Conn, Thomas Deen,
Charles Daugherty, James L. Frittier, James Inman, Charles
Matthews, Robert T. McCowan, Richard Pigman, J. C. Powell,
Harvey Selwitz, Don Sherlock, Robert L, Smith, A. P. Steeley,
Smith, Matthews, Conn, Selwitz, Frittier
Powell, Sterrett, McCowan, Patrick, Pigman, Sherlock
Press C lub
Coffman, Schulenberg, Moseley, Schill, Finch, Reynolds, Spillman, Eddleman, Smith
The Henry Watterson Press Club was
founded at DePauw University in l909. It
was installed at the University of Kentucky
Purpose: To afford men journalism students an
opportunity for mutual association in a professional
iournalism society, to further an interest in journal-
ism, and to promote a high professional standard of
work among its members. The club intends to foster
a spirit of cooperation among the students, the fac-
ulty, and the working press.
Faculty advisors: Victor R. Portmann, Dr. Niel Plummer
Member in faculty: Dr. Niel Plummer
Honorary members: Victor R. Portmann, J. Ardery Mc-
Cauley, William M. Moore
Associate members: Haskell P. Short, John W. Sorrclle, Jr.,
Monte R. Tussey, Charles E. Whaley
Officers: Jerald A. Finch, president, James C. Eddleman,
vice-president, Thomas R. Spillman, secretary, George N.
Members: Karl Christ, Edward M. Coffman, Thomas E.
Diskin, James C. Eddleman, Jerald A. Finch, Harold G. Fleenor,
Wynn G. Moseley, Robert B. Pitchford, George N. Reynolds,
Alan G. Ritchie, Stanley J. Schill, William E. Schulenberg,
Robert G. Smith, Thomas R. Spillman
Pryor Pre-Medical Society
The Pryor Pre-Medical Society was
founded at the University of Kentucky in
Purpose: To aid all pre-medical and pre-dental
students academically and socially and to serve as a
medium through which association can be made with
leaders in the field of medical science.
Faculty advisors: Dr. R. S. Allen and Dr. J. W. Archdeacon
Honorary member: Dr. J. W. Pryor
Officers: William Edward White, president, Samuel Webb,
vice-president: Robert Swieterman, secretary: Joe C. Ross,
treasurer, Carey T. Vinson and Ronald O. Naser, executive
Members: Joseph C. Abell, Robie Ackworth, Jack D.
Amis, Mary M. Anderson, Wilma Jean Ard, Bob Arnold, Bob
Bennett, Gerald Berryman, Robert Brashear, Clyde R. Burress,
Evelyn L. Caudel, Malcolm A. Cole, Jack Colley, Harry J.
Cowherd, Joshua Cummins, Paul Cunningham, Clyde R.
Danks, Harry Daugherty, John F. Daugherty, Ben E. Davis,
Virginia Ann Day, K. W. Dungan, Joe Elliot, Bill Erwin, Evalyn
Evans, Douglas Ey, Frederick Fair, W. E. Faree, Marvin C.
Fraley, Joe Greathouse, Arthur E. Hess, Cecil Holcomb, Ed-
ward R. Holt, Lawrence C. Howard, Lewis Huffaker, Henry
A. Huggins, John L. Jenkins, Bob Kernen, Charles F.
Lawrence, Mike March, Alton R. Mayberry, L. C, McCloud,
Jerry B. McKenney, William J. Meyers, Henry H. Moody,
Dempsey Moore, Ronald O. Naser, Charles W. Nelson, Jr,,
Keith Oldfield, Ronald Orner, Jack W. Owens, Charles E. Peck,
Harvey Mac Pewitt, Edward N. Porter, J. E. Price, Jr., Wil-
liam Reynolds, Luther Ritchie, Raymond L. Rosc, James E.
Ross, Joe C. Ross, Walter Roy, William Rye, Richard D.
Saunders, David Scott, Paul Scott, Steve Smith, Jr., William
B. Snyder, Herman Spivey, Collis Stanley, Robert H. Steilberg,
Conrad S. Steiner, James E. Stepp, James Sullivan, Robert P.
Swieterman, Douglas C. Thomas, Ertle Thompson, J. R.
Thompson, Robert G. Townsend, Tom Vinson, James T. Ward-
er, Sam Webb, William E. White, William J. White, Douglas
Wickham, Kenneth Wise, Lawrence Wolper, George B. Wom-
bwell, David M. Woodhead, Walter Yates
Row One - J. Ross, White, Dr. Allen, Webb, Swieterman
Raw Two-Cole, Caudel, Ey, Colley, Ard, Day, Evans, Naser
Row Three-Mayberry, Moody, Greathouse, Elliott, Button, Cunningham, Berryman, Felton, Collir
Row Four- Eiursole, Burress, Lawrence Holt, Foree, Fair, Woodhead, Wombwell, March, Kernen
Row Five-McCloud, Brashear, Vinson, Flege, Fraley, Wickham, Amis, Danks, J. E. Ross, Ramcy
Row Six -Arnold Snyder, Huffaker, Spivey, Fontana
Officers of the Pryor Pre-Med Society pose
for a picture in their meeting room in the
Funkhouser Building. Seated from left to
right are: Robert Swieterman, secretary,
William E. White, presidentg Samuel Webb,
vice-president: and Joe C. Ross, treasurer.
Standing behind them are Executive Com-
mittee members Ronald O. Naser and Carey
Jack Amis acts as toastmastcr at the annual
Pryor Pre-Med Society banquet held in the
ballroom of the Student Union Building
prior to the Christmas holidays. Dr. Robert
I. Watson, Assistant Dean of the Medical
School, Washington University, St. Louis,
Mo., was the principal speaker for the oc-
casion. Dean M. M. White of the College
of Arts and Sciences and student members
of the Society arc shown at the speakcr's
Pershing Rifles is a national military so-
ciety which was founded at the University
of Nebraska in l895. V
Purpose: To encourage, preserve, and develop the
highest ideals of the military profession, to promote
American citizenship, to create a closer and more
efficient relationship: 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.
Faculty advisor: First Lieutenant Lawrence B. Babcock
Sponsor: Jean Hardwick
Officers: Mack Morgan, Jr., captain, John Pedigo, first
lieutenant: Frank Bassett, William F. Lawson, Paul W. May-
hew, and Brantly D. Amberg, second lieutenants, T. H. Ells-
worth, first sergeant
Members: T. F. Arnold, J. T. Ballantine, D. R. Batten
W. H. Burks, E. M. Coffman, D. M. Cooper, C. H. Dishman
W. T. Eblen, T. H. Ellsworth, K. O'H. Fagan, O. K. Fischer
W. B. Gaines, O. H. Geralds, Jr., A. J. Graves, R. A. Griffith
W. D. Grote, Jr., S. Halpern, G. O. Hambrick, J. R. Holland
E. E. Harber, B. Jody, H. J. Jones, J. H. Jones, A. Lett, J
Levin, A. R. Mander, G. R. Marsh, J. W. McCurry, W. R
Meyer, M. E. Mitchell, B. R. Moore, R. J. Moreland, D. A
Parry, R. N. Reyneirson, R. E. Rogers, E. I. Scrivner, H. W
Simpson, R. O. Sisk, C. J. Sparks, D. W. Stanfill, R. P. Swiet-
erman, T. N. Tackett, R. W. Teater, B. W. Todd, G. L. Turner
W. A. Usher, D. A. Veach, G. E. Weeks, Jr., S. Welch, W. L
Welch, D. C. Wester, A. H. Wieman K
Candidates: M. K. Abbott, W. B. Baumstark, W. Benassi
B. O. Brooks, S. T. Burklow, T. D. Carnes, J. W. Coleman, L
Congleton, J. Connor, J. B. Cunningham, T. F. Driver, T. C
Dixon, C. A. Duvall, B. W. Estes, E. H. Fallon, R. G. Filton
M. C. Fraley, F. Fontana, M. S. Fry, T. I. Glasscock, F. R
Guthrie, H. M. Hancock, E. R. Holt, J. E. Houck, T. F. Hutzler
B. Johnson, B. Kernen, B. W. Kilgore, T. R. Kittinger, A. K
Lenville, H. Maeser, G. S. Meyer, G. H. McCauley, R. O. Mc-
Ginley, J. B. Moore, L. W. Neville, L. G. Peleske, O. P. Peve-
ler, J. Poage, J. R. Proffitt, J. Rexroat, Z. C. Saufley, E. D
Sinider, W. F. Sowder, T. J. Stamper, C. V. Suitor, W. E
Thurman, J. M. Trimble, T. H. Vaughan, C. R. Wessllng, D. T
Williams, J. S. Williams, L. M. Wills
Scabbard and Blade, an honorary mili-
tary fraternity for advanced military stu-
dents, was founded at the University of
Wisconsin in l905. In l922, D Company,
Fourth Regiment, was installed at the Uni-
versity of Kentucky. '
Purpose: To unite in closer relationship the military
departments of American colleges and universities:
to preserve and develop the essential qualities of
good and efficient officers: to prepare ourselves as
educated men to take a more active part and to have
a greater influence in the military affairs of the com-
munities in which we may reside, and, above all, to
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Scabbard and Blade
spread intelligent information concerning the military
requirements of our country.
Faculty advisor: Major J. R. Pickett
Officers: John Pedigo, captain: Harold Fleenor, first lieu-
tenant: D. E. Season, first sergeant, J. C. Smith, second lieu-
tenant: Frank Bassett, sergeant-at-arms: R. F. Rhodemyrc,
Members: F. H. Bassett, B. B. Buckner, R. V. Buggin, Bert
Carlton, Jim Cherry, Jerry Claiborne, J. M. Clayton, Richard
Crafton, J. L. Craig, B. C. Fairchild, H. G. Fleenor, P. C. Har-
mon, R. P. Holbrook, J. M. Joyner, J. B. Kuiper, J. Q. Lackey,
W. F. Lawson, J. H. Lebus, P. W. Mayhew, C. A. McClain, W.
Moore, D. C. Newberry, J. A. Pedigo, R. L. Pigman, R. F.
Rhodemyre, D. E. Seasor, D. P. Sherlock, J. C. Smith, J. B.
Stewart, A. T. Sullivan, C. W. Taylor, R. R. Turner, C. W.
Turner, E. C. Williamson
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Student Bar Association
The Student Bor Association is on or-
gonizotion for Lciw School students.
Purpose: To promote the high stondords of the
Low School ond to promote fellowship among the stu-
dents ot the Low School. Dean Elvis Stohr ond the
Low School toculty oct os odvisors.
Officers: Robert Hubbard, president, Robert Stephens,
vice-president, Pat Moore, secretary, Richard Hinton, treas-
Third year students: Denver Adams, Dee Ashley Akers,
George B. Akin, John P. Allen, Clarence E. Barnes, Jr.,
Thomas P. Bell, Everett R. Berger, Jr., William H. Bixler,
Edward T. Breathitt, Jr., Charles R. Burton, Jimmy N. Buster,
A. Singleton Cagle, Dalton B. Caldwell, Hugh K. Campbell,
Michael J. Clare, Clarence Creech, Virgil Fowler, Roger E.
Fritz, John P. Godfrey, Daniel W. Goodman, David C. Graves,
Jr., James L. Hardy, Gladney Harville, James C. Helton,
Robert H. Helton, Jr., Robert A. Hines, Jr., Richard L. Hinton,
Morris D. Hodges, Floyd B. Hogg, Thomas E. Horne, Donald
C. Hoskins, Robert N. Hubbard, John J. Johnston, John W.
John J. Larkin, Bryan L. Lewis, Benjamin J. Mann, Benja-
min H. McKeehan, Delbert L. McLaughlin, Jack Miller, Mau-
bert R. Mills, Coleman D. Moberly, Patricia A. Moore, Robert
F. Morris, Robert O. Muncy, Samuel Neace, Jr., Archie C.
Nickell, Earl T. Osborne, Blake H. Page, George C. Perry Ill,
Robert M. Perry, Virgil F. Pryor, Royce C. Pulliam, Ralph G.
Ranney, Jr., Edwin D. Rice, Harold T. Rogers, William E.
Scent, Buford A. Short, William E. Sloan, Don C. Smith, Eliza-
beth R. Smith, Jr., William H. Sowers, Maria Jane O. Sparrow,
Bruce Stephens, Jr., Thomas R. Underwood, Gilbert M. Wilson,
Woodson T. Wood, John B. Wyatt
Second year students: Bonnie B. Ayers, Frank V. Benton,
Ill, James C. Blair, Warren S. Bowman, Everett Burton, Jr.,
William B. Byrd, George F. Charles, Jr., Robert E. Cobb,
Dempsey A. Cox, Charles R. Coy, Brian W. Daugherty, John
A. Diskin, Melvin K. Duke, Hollis E. Edmonds, Alvin J. Foster,
William W. Francis, Tom B. Givhan, Kenneth H. Goff, Gerald
R. Griffin, Charles R. Gromley, Henry T. Hardin, John W.
Hatch, Farmer Helton, Harry T. Herdman, Charles H. Hock-
ensmith, Jr., Jack Howell, Jerry Jones, William B. Jones,
Jason R. King, William H. King, Robert G. Lentz, Herbert D.
James V. Marcum, James M. Marks, Edward A. Marye, Jr,,
Arloe W. Mayne, James M. McCann, Jr., Richard J. Miller,
Jack E. Moxley, Frederick E. Nichols, Bernard F. O'Laughlin,
John T. Orlandi, William H. Parham, Walter Patrick, Robert
M. Pearce, John A. Pedigo, Charles A. Pettit, Edward J. Ples-
ner, Robert N. Quinn, Thomas B. Ratliff, Ernest W. Rivers, Jr.,
Richard A. Robertson, Robert E. Ruberg, James F. Scott, John
A. Sloan, Luster G. Smith, Samuel Smith, Jr., Thomas B.
Spain, Jr., Betty L. Spragens, Robert F. Stephens, John W.
Sublett, Clarence L. Watt, John D. Welch, Allen W. Wood
First year students: John L. Ackman, George W. Allf,
Cavin R. Barnette, Joe E. Bodkin, Crawford Bradley, Dewecsc
Y. Campbell, Keith R. Cardey, James E. Clarkson, Charles V.
Collins, Fred J. Coplin, James D. Cornette, George R. Creedle,
Joseph T. Currence, William M. Deep, James A. Dixon,
George T. Duncan, John A. Duncan, Arthur K. Edwards, Hugh
C. Evans, Edward J. Fenton, William V. Fishback, Patrick M.
Flannery, Jr., Donald K. Floyd, Robert E. Floyd, William R.
Gentry, Jr., Richard J. Getty, Daniel J. Goodenough, Charles
Student Bar Association
S. Gray, Robert L. Gullette, John C. Hagan, Moses Hall, Sam
C. Hill, Robert W. Hodges, William M. Howard, Delmer lson,
Richard Kirkpatrick, C aries K. Lacy, Charles R. Lockyer,
Leslie Barnard Loud, Mitchell T. Louis, Jack M. Lowery, Jr.
Clifford Martin, Harold J. Maupin, William H. McCann,
Goodloe D. McDowell, Frank McNaughton, William R. Mead-
ors, Stewart J. Miller, Leonard T. Mitchell, Leland Monhallon,
Mitchell Moore, Jr., Joe Nagle, Iona Jo Neergaard, Mary
Louise Osborne, Andrew J. Palmer, Jr., Walter Patrick, Danny
D. Ratliff, John R. Rhorer, Eugene J. Richards, Harold E.
Richardson, Shelley T. Riherd, Edward P. Roark, William M.
Robinson, Don E. Ross, Ben L. Sanders, Joseph L. Schoepf,
Glyn T. Seward, Robert H. Smith, Edwin L, Sngder, Harold M.
Streets, Charles M. Tackett, Roscoe Tarter, oyd F. Taylor,
Rodney J. Thompson, Kenneth C. Toomey, Robert G. Trimble,
Charles I. Tucker, Myer S. Tulkoff, Cecil Walden, Jr., Nick C.
Wallen, Henry Watson, Jr., Gretchen L. White, Letcher T.
White, David B. Whites, Jr., Carl Paul Williams, Donald L.
Wood, Jr., Anne H. Woods
Officers of the Student Bar Association
relax outside of Lafferty Hall. Patricia
Moore, secretary, Robert Hubbard, presi-
dent, Richard Hinton, treasurer, and Robert
Stephens, vice president.
A group of Student Bar members as-
sembled for a Practice Court in room lO0
of Lafferty Hall.
Suky was formed on the University cam-
pus in 1920.
Purpose: 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
Honorary members: S. A. Boles, Miss Margie McLaughlin
Officers: Eugene Stevens, president, Janice Stille, vice-
president, Nita Powers, secretary, Eloise Ewbank, treasurer
Members: Evelyn Baker, Emma Barnes, Lucia Bland, Carol
Chambers, Betty Compton, Bruce Cotton, Dick Crafton, Jack
Crafton, Sue Dossett, Eloise Ewbank, Gene Escandon, Peggy
Esenbock, Gaile Grogan, James Gully, Elbert Harber, Jim ln-
man, Rachel Johnston, Elliot Jones, Lillias Kelly, Kitty King,
Martha Martin, Frank Maturo, Jim Maturo, Mary Ann Mc-
Quaid, Dorothy Miller, Virginia Murray, Lee Myles, Ann
O'Bannon, Bill O'Bannon, Opal Owen, Nita Powers, Tom Rad-
den, Mary Jo Ridley, Zell Sharff, Jean Sherman, Eugene
Stevens, Janice Stille, Edward Stroube, Ruth Tretz, Richard
Walker, Jean Warren, Ryburn Weakley, Nancy West, Betty
White, Ann Williams, Glenn Wills, Laura Jane Young.
Dossett, Inman, Ewbank, Stevens, A. O'Bannon, F, Maturo, Powers, Stille
Jones, Sherman, Crafton, Owen, Wills, Bland, Chambers, Stroube
McQuaid, Grogan, White, Compton, W. O'Bannon, Barnes, Escandon, Johnston
Ridley, Harber, Williams, Walker, Miller, Murray, Martin, J. Maturo
Myles, Weakley, Warren, Young, West, Trefz
Suky executive board discussing activi-
ties are Janice Stille, vice president, Gene
Stevens, president, Nita Powers, secretary,
Dr. Rhea Taylor, faculty advisor, Martha
Martin, Eloise Ewbank, treasurer, Zelma
UK students, band, and cheerleaders turn
out for a pre-game Pep Rally and Snake
dance on the intramural field
UK cheerleaders at the Kentucky-Georgia
game, front row, Dick Walker, Warren
Featherston, David Bere, Bill McClure, back
row: Jean Hardwick, Mary Lou Clark, Betty
White, Eleanor Gash, Ruth Mayo, Jane
Webb, Bobbie Yates, Nancy Brown
Social Work Club
The Social Work Club was founded at
the University of Kentucky in April, 1948.
It is a social and educational organization.
Purpose: To develop and encourage interest in the
field of social work on the port of students of the
Faculty advisors: Mrs. Alice K. Rucker and H. E. Wetzel
Officers: Faye Hooks, president, Betty Heiss, vice-presi-
dentj Carolyn Carson, secretary, Florris Lyon, treasurer
Members: Shirlee Akers, Curtis Boyles, Edith Bishop,
Carolyn Carson, Anna Sam Casswell, Henrietta Cohn, Charles
Cox, Jo Daugherty, Beth Deen, Martha Durham, Marge Frank,
Gloria Garner, Betty Gorman, Sara Mae Greene, Charles
Greenman, Leroy Gregory, Elizabeth Heiss, George Ann Hert-
Iein, Faye Hooks, Eleanor Hughes, Agnes Hutchinson, LeRuth
Jones, Dorothy Lee, Florris Lyon, Elaine Lyon, Susan Macklin,
Carolyn McBee, Mary Lou McClure, Juanita McNamee, M. H.
Meagher, Sue Neuman, May Beam Noe, Charmaine Petersen,
Nancy Ramey, Betty Riggle, Ruth Vest Snowden
Standing: McNamee, Daugherty, Hutchinson, Durham, Cassell, Cox, Hughes, Frank, Bishop, McBee, Meagher,
Petersen, Ramey, Mrs. Rucker, McClure, Noe, Snowden
Seated: Riggle, Gregory, Hooks
Tau Kappa Alpha
Dr. Gifford Blyton, Neal, Hammock, Drake, Gray
Shearer, Griffin, Northcutt, Hensley, Rue, Ferguson, Robinson
After several years of inactivity, Tau
Kappa Alpha, national forensic honorary,
was re-activated during 1948.
Purpose: To award suitable recognition for excell-
ence in extra-curricular forensics and public speaking
activities and to foster a respect for, and an apprecia-
tion of, freedom of speech as a vital element of de-
Tau Kappa Alpha has, in the short time of its re-
birth, sponsored such events as debates with Kentucky
colleges, plus meetings with the University of Denver,
Wofford College, and North Georgia College. The
outstanding event of 1948-49 was the National Con-
ference at Purdue University, where Ellen Drake,
Betty Hammock, .loe Mainous, and Sidney Neal won
high honors in discussion, extempore speaking, and a
student congress. For 1949-50, an expanded pro-
gram has been carried out. ln addition to debates
with Kentucky colleges, other schools such as Boston
University, Temple, and Notre Dame were invited to
the campus. The highlight of the season was Tau
Kappa's tenth annual conference, held at UK.
Active members of Tau Kappa Alpha are: Ellen Drake,
president, Sidney Neal, vice-president, Betty Hammock, sec-
Pledges are Joe Mainous, Bruce Ferguson, Robert Shearer,
Joe Bodkln, and Robert Smith
Ellen Drake was appointed Debate Manager, with Harold
Griffin as her assistant.
Tau Sigma was founded at the University
of Kansas in 1928. Delta Chapter was in-
stalled on the campus of the University of
Kentucky in the spring of l942.
Purpose: To study the dance with its accompany-
ing arts-music, drama, and design-and to pro-
mote general interest in the dance.
Faculy advisor: Revell Estill Shaw
Officers: Betty Elliott, president: Janice Stille, vice-presi-
dent: Ann O'Bannon, secretary: Mary Hal Cochran, treasurer
Members: Emily Barron, Beverly Brown, Nancy Brown,
Carol Jean Carter, Ginny Caudill, Ruth Cavender, Mary Hal
Cochran, Betty Compton, Carolyn Critchlow, Beth Deen, Jim
Duffy, Betty Elliott, Eleanor Gash, Jean Hardwick, Norman
Howells, Caroline Lee, Judith Luigart, Joe Marks, Frances
Maxedon, Trip Moody, Ann O'Bannon, Geneal Peterson, Sally
Ramsey, Beulah Reynolds, lleana Rigau, Zell Sharff, Jean
Stevens, Janice Stille, Mildred Vance, Dot Walthall, Charlotte
Watson, Jeanne Wilson, Bobbie Yates, Roy Younger
Marks, Vance, Stevens, Rigua, Farris
O'Bannon, Luigart, Kllgus, Lee, Cochran
A melodrama in modern dance-thc
villian leaps toward the three defenseless
females, while his two cohorts jump with
joy. Do I hear rescue offers?
A study in perfection-Joe Marks and
Vivian Hereford in a Tau Sigma program in
the old Guignol.
Night and Day-an old theme with a
new twist. With such a twist as these Tau
Sigma girls arc exhibiting, who cares what
time it is?
The University of Kentucky Troupers
were organized on the campus in l94O. The
group performs throughout the State to
stimulate physical education activities and
to introduce the people of Kentucky to the
various activities sponsored by the Univer-
sity of Kentucky.
Director: Bernard M. Johnson
Officers: John Jeter, president, Bill Birdsall, vice-president,
Martha E. Shindelbowcr, secretary, Douglas Osborn, treasurer
Members: Edgar Allison, Jim Anders, Betty Andes, John
Benton, Bill Birdsall, Billie Bryant, Gail Carmichael, Earl
Caudill, George Creedle, Harold Cox, Stan Dickson, Robert
Duff, James Duffy, Don Fortenberry, George Francis, Ken-
neth Franks, Willis Gray, John Griffin, Renny Hedland, Ralph
Hovermale, Bob Hoagland, Don Jennings, John Jeter, Candy
Johnson, Lee Jones, Bruce Kunkel, Juanita Lansdale, Alan
Marsh, Kay McCabe, Bob McPhail, Margaret Moore, Berry
Murphy, Fred Neuville, Doug Osborn, Charlotte Peters, Janet
Powell, Sally Ramsey, lleana Rigau, Ana Teresa Rios, Bill
Robinson, Chester Roe, Lucian Rouse, Gladys Royse, Douglas
Schwartz, W. J. Semonin, Martha Shindelbower, Mary Shin-
nick, Charles Smith, Lorentz Smith, Harry Stille, Ruth Stilz,
Mildred Vance, Betty Jo Vaughn, Joyce West, Patty Wilkin-
son, Eva Nell Wilson, Dick Wohlstein, Kenneth Woodman,
Robinson, Semonin, Stlltz, Kunkel, Royce, C. Smith, Carmichael, L. Smith, Vance
Johnson, Newe , Hovermall, Shindelbower, Allison, West, Fortenberry, McCabe, Frances, Moore, Neuville,
Andes, Rouse, Rlios, Roe
Wohlstein, Bryant, Dickson, Wilkinson, Duff, Peters, Caudill, Shinnick, Franks, Lansdale
Jones, McPhail, Jennings, Benson, Gray, Woodman, Wake, Stille, Cox, Marsh
Tumblers in formation-On the bottom:
Mildred Vance, Kay McCabe, Margaret
Moore, Gail Carmichael. Doing handstands,
Juanita Lansdale, Patty Wilkinson, Ruth
Stiltz, Sally Ramsey. On top, Charlotte
Peters, Gladice Royce.
Musicians, dancers, singers, magicians,
and announcer-front row, Bob Hoagland,
Joyce West, Edgar Allison, Martha Shindel-
bower, Dick Wohlstein, Mary Shinnick. Back
row: lleana Rigau, Ana Rios, Billie Bryant,
Eva Nell Wilson, Lee Jones, Em Fluhr, Bob
McPhail, Don Jennings, Lucian Rouse, Stan
Dickson, Douglas Osborn
Tumblers in a Pyramid- row one: Harry
Stille, Bill Robinson, Fred Neuv.lle, Allen
Marsh, Chester Roe, Bruce Kunkel. Row
two: John Benson, Don Hockstrasser, Ernest
Wake, Lorenz Smith, Bill Semonin. Row
three: Ralph Hovermail, Kenneth Wood-
man, Carl Newey, Charlie Smith. Row four:
George Frances, Don Fortenberry, Willis
Gray. Row five: Bob Duff, Kenneth Franks,
Earl Caudill. Row six: Harold Cox.
Jones, Whisman, Smith
Caldwell, K. Bruce
The Veterans' Club was founded on the
campus of the University of Kentucky on
November 28, I944. Due to a lessening of
veteran attendance during the past year,
club members have decided by resolution
to inactivate the club during the February-
June term of l95O. Unless specific circum-
stances should warrant its revival before
the last of the war's veterans graduate, this
will mark the end of an organization, short
in life, unique in nature, but distinguished
Faculty advisor: Dr. Lysle W. Croft
Officers: Elliott Jones, president: John D. Whisman, ex-
ecutive vice-president, L. C. Smith, vice-president in charge
of membership, Kelly Bruce, secretary, J. Ken Cauldwell,
Purpose: The nine veterans who attended the first
meeting of the Veterans Club set its purpose as being
"to promote the causes and protect the interests of
veterans attending the University of Kentucky."
"Mutual benefit through fellowship," was the phrase
selected to keynote the policy. Sometime later a state-
ment attributed to George Washington appeared at
the masthead of club publications, declaring "When
we assumed the role of soldier, we did not lay aside
the role of citizen."
Services: By 1946 the Veterans Club membership
had grown to more than 2500 and club policy of
direct action upon urgent problems, well demonstra-
ted by this time, gave many members active parts in
club activities. Veterans who brought problems to the
club frequently found themselves chairman of a club
committee to solve that problem, thus making the
club active on many fronts.
Typical of club services was the provision of liason
service between individual veterans and the Univer-
sity, the Veterans Administration, the Red Cross and
other organizations, as well as the three branches of
The club office became a general information cen-
ter for veterans and to make the information service
more effective, a club newspaper, the POSTwarrior,
was published and distributed free to all members.
Probably one of the most useful parts played by the
club was its service in helping provide housing for
University veterans. A door-to-door canvass by club
members, with an accompanying program of publicity
and promotion, provided about 700 student veterans
with living quarters in Lexington.
Additional club services included a free employ-
ment service for student veterans, a loan service using
club funds, weekly radio programs, and representation
of UK veterans in the state legislature and in Con-
gress an issues affecting the veteran.
H. C. Bowles -1946-47
Darrell B. Hancock- 1947-1948
Sid Neal- 1948-1949
Women's Athletic Association
The Women's Athletic Association was
installed ot the University of Kentucky in
1922 to further the othletic interests ond
octivities of the women ot the University.
Faculty advisors: Miss Cleo Papatsos, Miss Nancy Poe
Officers: Phyllis Kloecker, president, Bettie Bryant, vice
president, Mary Nutting, recording secretary: Billie Moore,
corresponding secretary, Dorothy l-lonaker, treasurer
Council members: Anna Faye Hooks, Tcnnisg Billic Moore,
Bowlingg Connie Weatherby, Badminton, Martha Durham,
Volleyball, Mary Nutting, Basketball, Carolyn Carson, Table
Tennisg Annette Siler, Swimming, Marilyn Ritz, Archery, Har-
riette Spaulding, Golf, Anne Ross Boyd, Publicity
Nutting, Spaulding, Weatherby, Bryant, Honaker
Kloecker, Siler, Ritz, Hooks, Carson, Moore, West, Durham
Marty McKinney rolls a strike-bound ball,
while Ana Rios, Bonnie Sharp, and Paula
Hunt wait their turns, in the WAA bowling
The WAA hockey team--tront row,
Louise Borie, Bonnie Sharp, Nancy Young,
Alice Fisher, Shirley Bunzcr, Wanda Meier,
Paula Hunt, Eula West. Back row: Phyllis
Warren, Marty McKinney, Ana Rios, Con-
nie Wetherby, Luanne Williams, Mimi
Franklin, Marilyn McDonald, Pat Bradley,
Chris Morris, Anne Ross Byrd, Mimi Smith,
Joyce Alan, Ella Rena Potter.
Phyllis Kloeckcr ably guards Dorothy
Honaker in the Girls Intramural basketball
Women's Athletic Association
Northern Extension Center
Shown above is the building which houses the
Northern Extension Center.
Lots of folks still don't know it, but UK
has had a nothern center up close to
Yankee-Land for the past two years. Of-
fering bath undergraduate and graduate
courses, The Northern Extension Center in
Covington enables residents of northern
Kentucky to complete their first two years
of college before coming to the Lexington
campus for the junior and senior years.
Work toward the moster's degree is also
being undertaken at the center.
Last Fall found l5O full time freshman
and sophomores enrolled. Another 150
part-time undergrads and graduate students
brought the Center's enrollment over the
Operating under the leadership of Thom-
as L. Hankins, the Northern Center has
smoothly integrated itself into the life of
the University. Some of the profs divide
their schedule between Lexington and Cov-
ington while others have moved northward
in order to give the Center full time.
Faculty of the Northern Extension Center:
Dudley, Van Vetzel, Director Hankins, Warrick, Swing, Loudenslager
Martin, Rehting, Goldstone, Sebastian, Carr, Lykins, Clark
Baulch, Loundenslager, Elliott, Miller, White
Even though UK students at the North-
ern Center don't get a chance to spend
much time on the Lexington campus, they
are nevertheless activity minded.
Their organizations include: Student
Council, Glee Club, Band, Athletic Club,
Dramatic Society, Press Club, and Stag
Part ot the Covington YMCA has be-
come a UK Student Union where the center
guys and gals "take ten" between classes,
or throw a dance on a Friday night.
lncidentally, the pictures of the Northern
Center you're looking at were taken by
photo-minded Fred Hemphill.
The Boss--Director Thomas L. Hankins
Wintersolc, Taylor, Hanben
Deegan, Easley, Pitts, Miss Warrick, Van
Musser, Mr. Martin, Luiz, Houbcn, Deegan,
Mr. Hankins, Rasch, Reed, Master, McClure
Stain, Flich, Gronefeld, Roddick, Mullins,
Northern Extension Center
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Wildcats . . .
We migrated to Miami. . .by planes,
trains, and non-stop cars . . . we found
the ORANGE a bitter fruit . . . and Flor-
ida sunshine, a press-agent's dream . . .
we loved the "Bear" and our Big Blue
. . . the pageantry and mid-winter tans
. . . the "Flamingo" parties on New
Year's Eve . . . even the clip-joints on
the Beach . . . a rousing cheer . . . DE-
Kentucky's Wildcats lost their first major post sea-
son bowl game this year when the Santa Clara Broncos
stopped the Blue and White 2l-I3 in the l6th annual
Orange Bowl contest at Miami, Fla., on January 2.
A crowd of 64,816 watched the Kentucky team
completely monopolize the play in the first half. The
Cats went to the dressing room during the colorful
halftime ceremonies holding a 7-0 lead. Kentucky
scored the first touchdown of the game in the second
quarter when Wilbur "Shorty" Jamerson plunged over
from the one yard line and Bobby Brooks added the
However, things took a different turn in the second
half. Santa Clara, with a couple of fast backs and a
great punter, Hall Haynes, leading the way, smashed
back to score two touchdowns in the third quarter and
take a l4-7 lead. The score was still the same when
the quarter ended.
The Big Blue and White was not done yet, though.
Early in the fourth quarter Vito "Babe" Parilli passed
to Emery Clark for 52 yards and a touchdown. The
Cats missed the extra point and-it was l4-l3.
The Broncos sewed up the game a little later when
they scored and added the extra point to win the hard
fought battle 2l-l3.
lt was a great team win for the Broncos from Cali-
fornia and a great disappointment to the Kentucky
boys. The punting of Hall Haynes was largely re-
sponsible for keeping the Cats in their own back yard
throughout the most of the game.
A big break for the Broncos came when Kentucky
was driving for a touchdown as the half neared its
end. The gun sounded ending the half as Kentucky
pounded on the door-only one yard away from the
line. A two touchdown lead at halftime might have
changed the outcome of the contest.
Halftime pageantry at the 1950 Orange Bowl at Miami, Fla.,-a gorgeous spectacle.
KENTUCKY PLAYED A POST SEASON
Preparation for the start of the 1950 Orange
Bowl game at Miami, Fla. Pictured are Ken-
tucky's captains, Dick Holway and Harry Ulin-
ski, Referee Fred Koster, and Santa Clara's
captains, John Hock and Hall Haynes. Three of
the queens of the l950 Orange Bowl are also
pictured, including Coleen Townsend, middle,
former movie actress.
GAME IN MIAMI'S ORANGE BOWL l67
Top row- Martin, McDermott, Pope, Moseley, Phelps, McCIendon, Jamerson, Gain, Ulinski, Rogers, Wooddellg
Third row-Zaranka, lgnarski, Jones, James, Wannamaker, Webb, Porter, McConnaughey, Schaffnit,
Second row-Bentley, Holway, Yowarsky, Vance, E. Hamilton, Netoskie, Lawson, Conde, Brooks, Parilli,
Borrow row- Bezuk, Leskovar, Genito, Truman, Boller, Claiborne, A. Hamilton, Fucci, Clark.
1949 SEASON SCORES
71 Mississippi Southern 7
19 Louisiana State O
47 Mississippi O
25 Georgia O
44 The Citadel O
7 Southern Methodist 20
14 Cincinnati 7
21 Xavier 7
35 Florida O
O Tennessee 6
21 Miami fFIa.J 6
13 . Santa Clara 21
FOOTBALL WAS A SUCCESS
The four year tenure as head coach of the Ken-
tucky Wildcats has proved a very successful stay for
Paul "Bear" Bryant. During this four year period his
Wildcat clubs have won a total of 29 games while
losing only I2 and tieing two.
Last season the Wildcats under Bryant won nine
games while dropping but three contests-Tennessee,
Southern Methodist, and Santa Clara, The Wildcats
won four conference games in l949 and lost but one,
the Tennessee game.
Head Coach Bryant came to Kentucky after one
year as the head coach of the University of Maryland.
While at Maryland Bryant's team also compiled an
enviable record, winning six games, losing but two,
and tieing one.
Bryant first received nationwide attention when he
held down one of the end positions on the great Ala-
bama teams of I933-34-35, including the Rose Bowl
team of l935. After his graduation he stayed on at
Alabama as assistant coach under Frank Thomas,
then moved to Vanderbilt as line coach, He entered
the U.S. Navy in l94l and upon his discharge in
i945 went to Maryland as head coach.
Kentucky has been built into a SEC powerhouse
under Bryant, something Kentucky fans have long
dreamed of. He has a ten year contract with the
Wildcats which still has seven more years to run and
Kentucky confidently expects at least seven more
years of successful Wildcat football teams.
f -i-1" - -I
Pictured at the right is Paul "Bear"
Bryant, head football coach of the Ken-
tucky Wildcats, in a relaxing moment.
Bryant led his Blue and White team to a
record of nine wins against but three losses
last season. Bryant's other claim to fame
in the SEC is that he is "the conference!
most handsome coach" which is a dis-
tinction in itself.
FOR THE WILDCATS IN l949
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Top-Bill Leskovar f33J hits the line in the Tennessee game. The Cats lost this
Center-Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant points onto the field during the Tennessee
game as evidently something goes amiss for the Cats.
Bottom-Don Frampton, Kentucky end 1843, takes a Parilli pass in the Xavier
game at Cincinnati as the Cats win, 2l-7.
Kentucky finished the I949 foot-
ball season with nine victories and
only two defeats. The Wildcats wound
up second in the Southeastern Con-
ference and earned themselves an in-
vitation to the Orange bowl in Miami.
They were ranked high nationally all
There were individual honors too.
Tackle Bob Gain made the Players
All-America and the Associated Press
second team. Center Harry Ulinski
and quarterback Babe Parilli gained
honorable mention on the Associated
Press team. Gain and Ulinski made
the United Press and the Associated
Press All-Southeastern t e a m s, and
Parilli led all voting for the Associated
Press All-Southeastern sophomore
Kentucky 71 Mississippi Southern 7
Kentucky opened the season on
September l7 by literally smothering
Mississippi Southern in a barrage of
ll touchdowns. The Wildcats scored
almost at will against the outclassed
Southerners as 25,000 fans yelled for
Kentucky scored four times in the
first quarter, once in the second, and
three times each in the third and
fourth periods. Mississippi Southern
scored its one touchdown in the first
quarter. Kentucky touchdowns were
scored by Charlie Bradshaw, Dopey
Phelps, Lee Truman, Emery Clark,
Cliff Lawson 2, Jerry Claiborne, Jim
Howe, Bill Boller, Bob Bezuk, and
Dom Fucci. Bobby Brooks converted
four times and Boller once.
Kentucky 19 Louisiana State 0
Kentucky and L.S.U. opened their
conference seasons in Baton Rouge
September 24, and Kentucky emerged
on the long end of a 19-O count. The
Wildcats scored their first touchdown
the first time they got their hands on
the ball as Parilli passed 32 yards to
Phelps. Howe scored late in the sec-
ond quarter when he took a pass from
Phelps. Clayton Webb scored the
third and last touchdown in the fourth
quarter. Brooks converted once in
T70 THERE WAS ACTION APLENTY
Kentucky 47 Ole Miss 0
A homecoming crowd of 25,000 watched in deep
gloom as Kentucky upset the dope and Ole Miss 47-0
at Oxford. The Wildcats scored once each in the first
two quarters, twice in the third, and three times in
the fourth while a magnificent Kentucky line mauled
the Johnny Rebs into submission. Kentucky touch-
downs were scored by Bill Leskovar, Parilli, Howe,
Boller, Shorty Jamerson, Don Frampton, and Jim Mc-
Kentucky 25 Georgia O
Kentucky marched through Georgia 25-0 on Oc-
tober 8 before a record crowd of 36,000. Clark start-
ed the rout by returning a Georgia punt 6l yards in
the second quarter. Boller missed the placement at-
tempt, but connected after Leskovar scored the
second touchdown. Fucci scored twice in the third
quarter to end the scoring for the night.
Georgia never got inside the Kentucky 35 and was
whitewashed for the first time in l4 games.
Kentucky 44 The Citadel 0
Kentucky scored in every quarter as they stopped
a band of already-tame Bulldogs 44-0 at Stoll Field.
The Wildcats scored in the first minute of play when
Al Bohlen fumbled in The Citadel end zone and was
smeared for a safety. Phelps scored twice in the first
quarter and Boller converted both times. Jamerson
scored in the second quarter and Phelps kicked the
Southern Methodist 20 Kentucky 7
S.M.U. upset Kentucky 20-7 at Dallas on October
22. The Mustangs, playing without All-America Doak
Walker, were highly-keyed and were sparked by the
brilliant Kyle Rote. Penalties hurt the Wildcats, who
lust couldn't click against the inspired Mustangs.
S.M.U. scored first when Rate swept over from-the
nine. Kentucky retaliated quickly as Fucci scored on
a 26-yard pass from Parilli and Brooks converted.
Rate scored again for S.M.U. in the third quarter and
kicked his own extra point to put the Mustangs ahead
l3-7. They scored again in the last quarter on a 54-
yard pass and Kentucky had lost its first game as
against five wins.
Kentucky 'I4 Cincinnati 7
Although outplayed most of the way, Kentucky
defeated Cincinnati l4-7 October 30. The Wildcats
scored both their touchdowns in the second quarter
and Cincinnati scored its one in the fourth.
Webb scored first for Kentucky after Harold Wood-
dell had intercepted a Cincinati pass. Nick Odlivak
took a pass from Parilli to account for the second.
Kentucky 21 Xavier 7
The Wildcats ruined another homecoming as they
defeated the Xavier Musketeers 2l-7 at Cincinnati
November 5. Xavier had won seven games in a row
and put up a stiff battle, especially on defense, be-
fore bowing to the highly-touted Kentuckians.
Boller drove one foot to score for Kentucky in the
opening period. Leskovar scored twice for Kentucky
in the fourth quarter and Brooks kicked all three
extra points. The Wildcat line sparkled, holding the
Musketeers to a net gain of only nine yards on the
Kentucky 35 Florida 0
Kentucky blasted Florida 35-O at Tampa Novem-
ber l2, bottling up the vaunted Charlie Hunsinger
completely. Florida, which never got behind the
Kentucky 35-yard line, had scored at least two
touchdowns in every previous game this season.
Clark scored in the first quarter and Phelps tallied
twice in the second. The Wildcats failed to score in
the third quarter, but Lawson took a pass from Paul
Jones in the fourth and ran it 65 yards to pay dirt.
Brooks intercepted a Florida pass and zig-zagged 65
yards to score Kentucky's fifth and final touchdown
and then converted for the fifth time in the game.
Don Phelps crashes through for valuable yardage against Xavier as the Cats won this one, 21-7. In the
background is Vito Parilli ll0l and on the ground is Kentucky's Jim Howe l20J.
FOR FOOTBALL FANS LAST YEAR
Tennessee 6 Kentucky 0
Tennessee marred Kentucky's best
season by scoring in the first quarter
and holding on to win 6-O. The Vol-
unteers have not lost to the Wildcats
in their last I8 meetings.
This year it was Tennessee all the
way as a record crowd of 38,000 at
Stoll Field looked on in resianed sor-
row. Only good defensive play kept
the score from going higher. Ken-
tucky's most serious threat was made
late in the fourth quarter, but Ten-
nessee intercepted a Kentucky pass
and the threat and the game ended.
Kentucky 21 Miami 6
Kentucky closed its season with a
21-6 triumph in a night game at
Miami. The Wildcats scored in each
of the last three quarters after Miami
had scored in the first.
Ralph Genito, Phelps, and John Ne-
toskie did the scoring for Kentucky.
Netoskie scored his touchdown after
running an intercepted pass back 80
yards. Brooks kicked all the extra
points for his fifteenth, sixteenth, and
Top--Kentucky's Al Bruno l85l goes high
into the air to catch a Parilli pass in the
Orange Bowl game against Santa Clara.
Bruno was Kentucky's leading pass receiver.
Bottom-Nick Odlivak l8lJ waits for the
ball in the Xavier game which Kentucky
won, 21-7. Though flanked by two defend-
ers he made the catch.
AWIDE OPEN PASSING ATTACK
Bill Boller-senior fullback tram
Beaver Falls, Pa. Lettered four years
for Cats and was used mainly on of-
Lee Truman -- senior fullback from
Owensboro, Ky. Lettered three years
and was top linebacker in two platoon
Vito "Babe" P a r i I l i - sophomore
quarterback from Rochester, Pa. Out-
standing sophomore in the SEC and
sparked Cats all year with great pass-
Emery Clark--sophomore halfback
from Carlisle, Ky. Used sparingly last
year but his punt return against Geor-
gia broke open the game.
Don "Dopey" Phelps-senior half-
back from Danville, Ky, Lettered three
years for the Cats and dazzled fans
year after year with brilliant runs.
Dominic Fucci-junior quarterback
and halfback from New Village, N. J.
Performed well at half and quarter for
the Cats but probably will switch to
end. Did most of the punting for
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FEATURED THE UK OFFENSE .173
Clayton Webb -junior fullback from St. Albans, W.
Va. Excellent kicker and fine runner who will prob-
ably see plenty of service during next year's cam-
paign. Bill Wannamaker--senior guard from Charles-
town, S. C. He was a great defensive guard last sea-
son and spilled many a play before it started. Bob
Gain-junior tackle from Weirton, W. Va. Big Bob
has proved himself one of the South's greatest tackles.
Made one All-American last season and probably more
coming up this year. Charles McCIendon-sopho-
more end from Lewisville, Ark. Good pass receiver
who didn't see too much action. Used quite a bit on
defense. Harry Ulinski-senior center from Am-
bridge, Pa. Helped form great line backing combina-
tion with Lee Truman. Big and rough, he proved a
rock on defense. Ralph Genito -senior fullback
from Duquesne, Pa. Fancy running back who thrills
the crowd when he goes. Fans still recall perfor-
mance against Florida two years ago. John Netoskie
- sophomore end from New Kensington, Pa. Another
soph end who promises to develop. Made great run-
back of interception in the Florida game last year.
Pat James - junior guard from New Boston, O. Play-
ed mostly on defense last season and helped make the
great Cat defensive forward wall. He looked good all
of the time. Dick Holway-senior guard from
Youngstown, O. Alternate Captain for the Cats last
season and looked terrific in Cats' contests. Lettered
for three years. Jim Howe-senior halfback from
Ft. Thomas, Ky. Played a lot of defensive ball last
year but fans will remember him for his run in the
Villanova game two years ago. Don Frampton-
sophomore end from Bradford, Pa. Didn't play too
much but always looked good. Scored in the Missi-
ssippi game last season. Jim McKenzie - sophomore
tackle from Gary, Ind. A real big boy who is plenty
hard to move. Filled in while Gain was injured and
promises much for the future, Al Bruno--junior
end from West Chester, Pa. Here's the boy Kentucky
fans always wont. He led all pass receivers last sea-
Clayton Webb Bill Wannamaker
Harry Ulinski Ralph Genito
Bob Gain Charles McClendon
John Netoskie Pat James
THE WILDCATS WERE RANKED HIGH
son while gaining 2l4 yards on his completions. Nick
Odlivak - senior end from Aliquippa, Pa. Handsome
Nick played a lot of ball last season both offensively
and defensively. Made ll completions and gained
lO2 yards. Bob Pope-junior tackle from Harlan,
Ky. Big Bob helped anchor the Cat forward wall and
was a big help to Wildcat fortunes. He weighs 220
and is hard to move. Johnny Ignorski-sophomore
guard from South Milwaukee, Wis. Played a lot of
offensive guard last season and was highly praised
by football experts. Bobby Brooks - sophomore half-
back from Gary, Ind. Extra-point specialist for the
Cats who also ranks as one of the most deceptive
runners in the entire nation if he can whip his in-
juries. Bobby Bezuk--sophomore quarterback from
Ambridge, Pa. He understudied Parilli at the quarter-
back slot and showed well the short time he played.
' k H l Jim Howe Don Frampton Jim McKenzie
AI Bruno Nick Odlivak Bob Pope John Ignarski
AS SOUTHERN GRIDIRON POWER
The men behind the Kentucky basketball
teams-Adolph Rupp and Harry Lancaster.
Rupp is head coach while Lancaster serves as
varsity assistant coach and coach of the fresh-
Coach Adolph Rupp completed his twentieth sea-
son as head coach of the Kentucky Wildcats during
the l949-50 season as he guided his predominately
sophomore club to a record of 25 wins and five losses.
This ran the Baron's victory total while at UK to
some 409 wins as against only 77 losses and the
prospects for the next few years should make for
even a better record.
The late l94O's saw the era of great UK power-
houses under Rupp. lt was during this time that his
team ran up a record of 64 straight conference wins,
seven straight SEC titles Cstill unbroken? and 84 con-
secutive wins at hime Calso unbroken to datel. During
this period he developed All-Americans practically
by the carload including, of late, Alex Groza, Ralph
Beard, Wah Jones, etc.
Rupp learned his basketball at the University of
Kansas under Phog Allen and he learned it well. His
teams have long been the scourge of the nation. ln
I944 he received probably his highest tribute with
election to the Helms Foundation basketball Hall of
Top row C. M. Newton, Jim Line, Shelby Linville, Walt Whittaker, Bill Spivey, Roger Layne, Walt Hirsch,
Roger Day, and George Lambros.
Bottom row Coach Adolph Rupp, Capt. Dale Barnstable, Len Pearson, Garland Townes, Arlan King,
Lucian Whitaker, Guy Strong, Bobby Watson, Gus Stergeos, and assistant coach Harry Lancaster.
COACH RUPP FASHIONED ANOTHER
Big Bill Spivey readies his book shot in the Indiana Dale Barnstable, i949-50 captain of the Kentucky
Central basketball game which opened the i949-50 UK Wildcats, lays up a shot good for two points in the
season and which the Cats won handily. indiana Central game. Dale was the steadying influence
on the Cats last year.
i949-50 KENTUCKY RECORD
KY. TEAM OPP.
84 indiana Central 6l
90 Western Ontario I8
58 St. John's 69
49 DePaul 47
60 Purdue 54
57 Villanova iovertimej 56
7l Bradley 66
57 Arkansas 53
87 Mississippi State 55
83 North Carolina University 44
53 Tennessee 66
6l Georgia Tech 47
60 Georgia 7l
56 Mississippi State 46
79 Georgia 63
95 Tennessee 58
OUTSTANDING TEAM THIS YEAR
. TEAM OPP.
Notre Dame 64
Georgia Tech 62
City College of New York 89
lt looks as though he's even with the basket and he probably is. lt's Bill
Spivey tipping one in against Indiana Central. The big fellow scored 578
points this season.
Kentucky's basketball Wildcats end-
ed their l949-50 season with a record
of 25 wins as against only fivc de-
feats. The sophomore club also an-
nexed their seventh straight SEC
crown and added the Sugar Bowl title
during their successful season. They
closed out the Wildcat stay at Alumni
Gym by running the consecutive win-
ning streak to 84 games.
The Cats opened the season with
wins over Indiana Central and West-
ern Ontario but suffered their first
loss of the year to St. John's at Madi-
son Square Garden. They added wins
over DePaul and Purdue before cap-
turing the Sugar Bowl title at New
Orleans. Sophomore Guard Skippy
Whitaker provided the spark while
Jim Line hit timely points as the Cats
stopped Villanova and then Bradley
in the finals, 7l-66.
Wins over Arkansas, Mississippi
State, and North Carolina followed
before the Cats were finally defeated
in SEC play by Tennessee. Previously
the Cats had won 64 straight confer-
ence games. After winning over Geor-
gia Tech, Georgia stopped the Cats.
The Ruppmen slaughtered DePaul at
Chicago but were dropped by Notre
The Cats won their next l l games
scheduled during the season by whip-
ping Xavier, Mississippi, Alabama,
and Vanderbilt twice, and also Geor-
gia, Tennessee, and Georgia Tech.
The win at Alumni Gym over Vandy
was a great game, the Cats overcom-
ing a I2-point halftime deficit.
Kentucky captured the SEC tourna-
ment, mowing down Tennessee in the
finals, 95-58, as Bill Spivey hit for 37
Accepting a bid to National lnvi-
tation Tournament, the Cats were
smothered by CCNY, 97-50, for
Coach Adolph Rupp's worst defeat of
all time but, all in all, it was a very
EXCITEMENT RAN HIGH
C. M. Newton - 'Fig" is the six foot-three guard
and forward from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He didn't
see much service this season, but, along with the rest
of the sophomores, promises well for seasons to come.
He is a good shot from out on the floor and works
well under the boards.
Bobby Watson - This five foot-ten sophomore won
a starting berth with his dazzling speed and deadly
shooting, it was his set shots that helped penetrate
tight opposing defenses this season. He can hit from
practically anywhere and did so to the tune of 32 per-
cent. He's l75 pounds of fighting guard and he can
be found matching bumps with the biggest of the big
boys and coming out with the rebound repeatedly.
Read Morgan-A talented sophomore who be-
came eligible at mid-term and played in only seven
games, but in doing so he displayed the fighting
spirit and all-round hustle that brought him to UK.
Read is big-six feet-four and 200 pounds-and
is terrific on rebounds as well as clever in handling
Walt Hirsch --Likable Walt was third in scoring
with 297 points, hooking in l27 from the field for a
percentage of 28. His left-handed shot was consis-
tently good, but it was not his scoring that made him
the standout he was - it was his ballhawking. Time
after time he stole the ball for much needed lay-ups.
The six foot-four junior from Dayton, Ohio, is 20
years old and will captain the Wildcats next year.
Bill Spivey -The year's big question mark turned
into an exclamation point - a big one, in fact seven
feet-one quarter inch of ballplayer. "Grits" led all
scorers in the conference this season, amassing a total
of 578 points for an average of l9.3 for his 30
games. The lanky sophomore, past pupil of Al Groza,
used the rnaestro's technique to advantage in break-
ing the individual scoring record for the SEC by hit-
ting 40 against Georgia Tech. Bill was named on thc
All-SEC season's team.
Garland Townes - "Spec" is a fast, slick, six foot,
l80 pound junior from Hazard. One of the best de-
fensive men an the team, Townes looked better this
season than ever before. He is rough on the floor
and can be depended upon to give his best when it
comes to guarding a man. He is a specialist at tying
up his man.
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C. M. Newton Bobby Watson Read Morgan
Walt Hirsch Bill Spivey Garland Townes
THE SOPHOMORE STUDDED ROSTER
Dole Barnstable-Barney captained the young
Wildcats in his senior year and was valuable in aiding
the Cats compile their enviable record. He was fifth
high scorer for the team this season getting l79
points on 7l field goals and 37 free throws. Perhaps
his top game was the Cat-Vandy game played at
Alumni Gym when he tossed in l8 points.
Jim Line--One of the two seniors on the young
team, "Lefty" helped provide the steadying influence
needed to get the club rolling at the onset of the sea-
son. Jim blasted the nets for 37 points in the opener
against Indiana Central and had he not fouled out,
undoubtedly would have set an all-time Kentucky
record. He wound up the season with an average of
i3 points per game. Jim won a first-team berth on
the All-SEC team and honorable mention on several
Lucian Whitaker-"Skippy" is the race horse
style of ballplayer. He's fast, a classy ballhandler and
a very good shot. "Skippy" hit at a one-for-three clip
this season and showed some mighty fancy floor
play. ln the Sugar Bowl tourney it was Skip who
provided the spark that carried the Cats through to
Shelby Linville-An exceptionally good man on
the boards, "Shelb" is the most effective at center
and therefore provided much needed relief for Spivey.
A regular ballhawk and a good shot, Linville hit for
IO4 points in his semester of play for a field goal
average of 3l percent. He weighs 2lO and hails
from Middlesboro, Ohio.
Len Pearson - "Whitey" to one and all. This six
foot-one lad, who hails from Chicago, is a scrapper
in the real sense of the word. The good-natured
speedmerchant is deadly from the floor and hit for
30 percent of his shots in his service at the guard
position. A good team man, Pearson is the type ball-
player that can spark a team or go for a red-hot
Roger Layne- Layne is the six foot-seven junior
center from Arkansas. l-le transferred from Magnolia
A8. M and seemed to improve as the season devel-
oped. The l85 pound cager is handy with a hook
shot and a "go-getter" on the boards, His height
should help the Cats plenty next season. ln the ten
games in which he played this year, Roger shot only
18 times and hit five from the field.
Dale Barnstable Jim Line Lucian Whitaker
Shelby Linyillc Len Pearson Roger Layne
PROMISES WELL FOR FUTURE SEASONS
Allen Hamilton, Kentucky's hard hitting outfielder,
takes a practice cut as the Cats ready for the current base-
ball season. Hamilton was one of the big factors in UK's
outstanding success during the 1949 season.
Johnny Stough, Kentucky's fancy fielding
shortstop, scoops up a ground ball during
practice. Stough was one of the long ball
hitters for the Cats during the year and
played a brilliant game afield.
i949 BASEBALL RECORD
KY. TEAM OPP.
i4 Georgia Tech 7
9 Georgia Tech 8
4 Vanderbilt 2
lO Vanderbilt 8
IO Tenn. Poly. Inst 7
3 Georgia 2
i2 Georgia I3
7 Vanderbilt 2
l l Vanderbilt 6
I4 Georgia Tech i8
9 Georgia Tech l
5 Tennessee 4
8 Tennessee 3
O Georgia I5
7 Georgia I3
4 Tennessee 2
8 Tennessee 10
SEC CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFF
KY. TEAM OPP.
3 Mississippi State 6
2 Mississippi State 7
4 Mississippi State 3
5 Mississippi State 7
182 KENTUCKY'S FORTUNES ON THE
Kentucky's baseball team enjoyed
a very successful season during the
spring of I949. The team during the
regular season won I2 and dropped
but five games. Then in the play-offs
for the Southeastern Conference title,
the Cats were defeated three games
Kentucky opened the season by
beating Georgia Tech in a two game
series I4-7 and a close one, 9-8.
Then they went on to win a two game
series from the Vanderbilt Commo-
dores 4-2 and IO-8.
Tennessee Poly was the Cats next
victim and they fell in a single game
I0-7. The Cats opened their two
game series with Georgia with a win,
gaining a 3-2 triumph. However, the
Bulldogs finally broke the Kentucky
winning streak at six games by edging
the Cats I3-I2 in a wide open and
hard fought contest.
Kentucky bounced back, however,
to win their next two, beating Van-
derbilt again 7-2 and ll-6 to make
it four straight victories over the Ten-
The diamond men of Kentucky then
engaged Georgia Tech in another two
game series and the Engineers fared
a little better in this set, taking the
first game I8-I4. However, the Cats
came back to win the next game 9-I
to hold a three and one overall mar-
gin over the Tech club.
Tennessee was played for the first
time during the season in the Cats
next two games and Kentucky handled
the Volunteer team, but only after
some difficulties. Kentucky won the
first game, a close affair, 5-4 and
then won the second with a little
more ease 8-3.
Georgia's Bulldogs gave the Cats
plenty of trouble in Kentucky's next
two games. The Georgia club won the
first game by shutting out the Cats
in what became a slaughter I5-0.
Kentucky dropped the second game
by a more respectable score, I3-7.
Top - Kentucky coaches of the UK base-
ball team pictured studying the situation
before the season starts. At the left is
Frank Moseley and Randy Phillips is at the
Bottom-Walt Hirsch, Kentucky's hard
hitting first baseman and pitcher is pic-
tured as he stretches for a throw at the
first base bag.
DIAMOND HIT ANOTHER UK HIGH
The Cats split in their last two scheduled games of
the season with Tennessee's Volunteers, The Cats
won the first game 4-2 but Tennessee bounced back
to win the second game of the set I0-8.
In the SEC play-offs, the Cats faced a top-notch
team in the Mississippi nine.
Mississippi State won the first game 6-3 and then
added the second 7-2. Kentucky bounced back to
take the third game 4-3 but Mississippi State ended
the series by winning the final game 7-5.
Kentucky then entered the NCAA district three
play-offs and were finally ousted by Wake Forest.
The Cats dropped their first game to Wake Forest
5-3 in the double elimination tourney, but came
back to defeat the University of Richmond 2-0 and
then Mississippi State 2-O.
However, Wake Forest won over the Cats 8-O in
their final game to eliminate Kentucky.
The UK tennis team captured six matches while
dropping three during their I949 season to give a
good account of themselves in the spring sports pro-
Kentucky opened with a 9-0 loss to Kalamazoo and
were dropped by the some score to Vanderbilt for
two of their three losses. As usual bad weather handi-
capped the Cats at the outset of the season.
However, Kentucky came back to stop Tennessee
6-I and then won by the some score over Xavier. The
Wildcats won over Berea College by blanking them
Louisville was the next victim of the Cat netmen
as they won over UL 5-4 in a tight match. Xavier
fell again at Cincinnati by the some score as before,
6-I. The Cats last win was over Kentucky Wesleyan
In the closing match of the season the Cats fell
before TPI 6-3 for the completion of their six and
three season's record.
Kentucky's track team under Coach Don Cash
Seaton won three meets during the I948 season while
dropping but one in a very successful season.
The Cats opened the season by participating in
the Purdue Relays. The best showing made there was
by George Kirchner who placed fifth in the IOOO-yard
First dual meet of the season was against Cincin-
nati and the Cats won this engagement handily,
6626 to 53V3. Then the Kentucky club won over
Vanderbilt 78V2 to 52V2.
Tennessee came to Lexington and stopped Seaton's
team for its only defeat of the year 74 to 57. The
Cats closed their dual meet season with a 67M to
54 V3 win over the University of Louisville.
ln the SEC meet held in Birmingham, the Cats
scored eight and one-half points. Tony Dallas was
the outstanding performer for the club in the broad
jump, high iurnp, and his specialty, the hurdles.
6 Kentucky Wesleyan
0 Purdue Relays
68 273 Cincinnati
67 273 Louisville
8V2 S.E.C. Meet
0 Inter-Conf. Meet
I949 GOLF RECORD I949 FENCING
KY. TEAM OPP.
Ayg Vanderbilt IBYQ H
772 Western Ky. St. IOX2 A
8 Vanderbilt IO A
24V2 Xavier 2V2 H
I6 Tennessee 2 A
V2 Georgia Tech Wy A
8V2 Georgia 9X5 A
22 Miami lOhioi 5 H
I I Tennessee 7 H
IO Cincinnati I7 H
IOV2 Xavier 7V2 A
I2 Miami lOhioi I5 A
I0 Cincinnati 8 A
I 7V2 Louisville 9V2 A
I I Cincinnati
53 U3 A
54 IX3 H
THE WILDCATS HELD THEIR OWN
Tennis, top row, Charles Holland, Dave Epley, Ben Kanatzarg bottom row, Omar Tatum, Coach Andy
Paton, Jerry Claiborne.
Track, top row, Wills, Weeks, Distler, Bruno, Barnstable, Tichter, Sither, Carr, bottom row, Coach Don
Cash Seaton, Griffin, Wise, Dallas, Mcihaus, Kirchner, Brewster, Fraiman, Turner,
IN THE OTHER SPORTS AT UK
Although still handicapped by the lack of equip-
ment and the necessity of sharing facilities with other
functions of the physical education department, in-
tramural sports at UK consisted of an extensive 25
game sport program and witnessed the keenest com-
petition in years.
During the period beginning with the spring semes-
ter of I9-49 and running through the fall semester
of this year, intramurals attracted 4044 participants
and some 435 teams. Again the sport with the most
participants was basketball with 8l0 men playing.
Following basketball were football, bowling, and
The basketball elimination was divided into the
independent and fraternity groups. Sigma Chi defeat-
ed Phi Delta Theta for the fraternity championship
while the K-Club topped the World Walkers for the
independent title. ln a play-off between the two
divisions both independent clubs won over the frater-
nity groups to give the K-Club the title, Sigma Chi
the runners-up position, World Walkers third place,
and Phi Delta Theta fourth place.
Last year's all-participation crown went to Delta
Tau Delta. Led by Tommy Burke, the Delts by virtue
of victories in various major eliminations, waltzed
home with the beautiful trophy awarded the winner of
the annual award.
Ever expanding, the IM division of the physical
education department sponsored for the fourth straight
year the Blue Grass Tennis Tournament last summer
with over one hundred central Kentuckians partici-
pating. The highly successful tourney will be contin-
ued for the general betterment of sports and social
relations throughout the state.
Breck Hall won the softball championship last
spring winning over the SAE club in the finals. Tom
Lawson was the pitcher the winners relied on to
carry them to the title.
The Men's Dorm team won the football crown last
fall as they stopped the same club-the SAE team
- in the final game to take the title. This gave the
teams of Doc Wall a clean sweep in the three major
sports for the year-softball, football, and basket-
ball. Of course, the K-Club won the basketball title
In other sports held last spring semester, it went
something like the following: ln the badminton singles
Newton CSAEI won over Inman IDTDD. ln the doubles
Newton and Jacobs KSAEI won over McGee and Ben-
The bowling title went to the PDT team while SN
finished as runners-up. Maturo IATOJ won the ten-
nis crown over Graham KSXJ. ln the doubles the ATO
team won. Grugin iKA7 won the golf singles over
Wright KDTDJ while Wagner and Stewart lDTDJ won
the doubles. Klien lZBTJ won the handball singles
over Webb CDTDJ while Hamilton and lgnarski, in-
dependents, won the doubles. Delta Tau Delta won
the track meet of ten events.
The Skeets wo'n the softball title during the summer
term from Breck Hall while Grugin IKA7 won the golf
championship from Stewart lDTDI.
ln the fall tennis events Maturo IATOD won the
singles over Howard lSPEJ while Maturo and Stammer
lATOI teamed to win the doubles over Day and How-
ard KSPEJ. Brown CSND won the golf singles over
Shannon iDTDl while Flowers and Smith won the
doubles over Miller and Everett KSAEJ.
Sigma Nu won the volleyball title by besting the
PKA club. Simmons, independent, won the ping-pong
singles from Peremetter CTKJ and Portmann and
Burke CDTDI won the doubles over Graham and
Leskovar, independent, won the basketball free
throw, with Richardson CKAI second. The AGR team
won the wrestling championship over the SX team.
The Moonbeams won the turkey run event with the
SAE team second.
Medals or trophies were awarded to all of the
winners and runners-up in all of these events on the
basis of tournament play.
EVERYONE GOT HIS CHANCE
S AEIIS UURM
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Top left-Action aplenty in the intramural football league during last faIl's playj top right-The
Men's Dorm team which coppod the 1949 Intramural Football titlc by winning over thc SAE club in thc
finalsg middle left-Breck Hall, winner of the I949 spring softball titlcj middle right-Ray Zimmerman
and Frcd Lawson, top softball hurlers for Doc WaIl's two dorm teams: bottom left - Irv Millman slidcs safely
into third base in one of the softball games played last summcrg bottom right-The SAE football team
which lost thc I949 football titlc to Brcck Hall ln thc final game.
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knew there would be promises to "keep
in touch" ond invitotions to come bock
for week-ends . . . but eoch groduote
secretly knew thot when he returned,
it would be os o stronger . . . o visitor
who no longer belonged to the lite of
college prorns ond one-to-tour lobs.
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JOE L. ABBOTT, Engineering .... Georgetown
SAM E. ADAIR, Engineering . . . Paris
CHARLES C. ADAMS, Law . . Hazard
DENVER ADAMS, Law .... . . Hyden
Phi Alpha Delta, McReynoIds Law Club
JAMES H. ADAMS, Ag. 8. Home Ec. . . . Flat Fork
JACK D. AMIS, A.8t S. ...... Lexington
Baptist Student Union, All Campus Party, Pryor Pre-Med
CALVIN DUDLEY ANDERSON, A.8t S. . . Owingsville
Sigma Nu, Kentuckian, YMCA, Committee ot 240
JAY C. ADAMS, Engineering . . . Greenville, Penn.
JOAN C. ADAMS, Education ..... Lexington
Alpha Delta Pi, Newman Club, Dutch Lunch Club, YWCA
JOSEPH P. ADAMS, Engineering . . . Ludlow
JEWELL G. ADDISON, Commerce .... Trenton
Alpha Tau Omega
JENNIE KATHRYN AGEE, Education . . . Janesville
Future Teachers, Baptist Student Union, Bacteriology Soci-
DEE ASHLEY AKERS, Law ..... Carrollton
Phi Delta Phi, Fencing, Symphony Orchestra, Law Journal
GEORGE AKERS, Pharmacy ...... Louisville
ERWIN F. ALBRECHT, JR., A.8. S. . . Louisville
Sigma Nu, Sociology Club, German Club, Phalanx, Pryor
Pre-Med Society, Intramurals
EMILY ANDERSON, Education . . .
. . Somerset
Kappa Alpha Theta, YWCA, Future Teachers, Student Union
RALPH G. ANDERSON, Engineering .
RICHARD F. ANDERSON, Commerce . . Lexington
BETTY M. ANDES, Ag.8. Home Ec . .
. E. Bernstadt
Hamilton House, president, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Wesley
Foundation' H Ec Cl b' Troo ers' Committee ot 240'
Women s Glee Club, House President s Council, Frances Mc-
WILBUR ANGELL, JR., Commerce . . . Versailles
ROBERT J. ANSPACH, Engineering .
. .... Charleston, W Va.
Kappa Alpha, Mechanical Engineers
ROBERT V. ARBUCKLE, A.8t S. .... Greenville
Sigma Phi Epsilon
HAROLD E. ARMSEY, Commerce . Portsmouth, Ohio
Alpha Sigma Phi
ORVILLE ARNETT, Engineering . . Sublett
Tau Beta Pi
MAY V. ARNOLD, Ag.8t Home Ec . . . Owenton
Home Ec. Club, Baptist Student Union
WILLIAM ATHERTON, Pharmacy . . Louisville
FRANK A. ATKINS, Commerce . . . Lexington
Sigma Nu, president, lnterfraternity Council
SHELDON D. AYRES, Pharmacy . . Alderson, W. Vo.
LOU C. AYRES, A.8t S. ...... Cynthiana
Alpha Gamma Delta, Theta Sigma Phi, House President's
Council, League of Women Voters
CLARENCE O. BACK, Engineering .
DOYLE BAKER, Engineering . . .
. . Delmer
JOHN C. ALEXANDER, Education .... Elliston
BULFORD C. ALLEN, Pharmacy . . . . Liberty
DOROTHY JEAN ALLEN, A.8t S. .... Lexington
Theta Sigma Phi
GWEN ALLEN, Education . . . Covington
I. DEWEY ALLEN, Commerce . Bardstown
JOYCE ELAINE ALLEN, Education . . Louisville
Kappa Delta, League of Women Voters, WAA
MARVIN M. ALLEN, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
Phi Delta Chi
ROBERT E. ALLEN, Commerce . . . Trenton
JEAN V. ALLISON, A.8i S. . . . . Columbia
Kernel, Women's Glee Club, Committee of 240
E. K. ALTMAN, Pharmacy . . . . Louisville
BRANTLY D. AMBERG, Commerce . . . Hickman
Alpha Tau Omega, Pershing Rifles, Phalanx
MORRIS J. AMBURGEY, Engineering . . . Hindman
EDDIE AMES, Engineering . . . . Sturgis
Kentucky Engineer, Baptist Student Union, Electrical
DAVID L. BALCH, Engineering . . . Frankfort
TOM BALDWIN, Ill, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Richmond
Kappa Alpha, Block and Bridle
ANNIE M. BALLARD, Ag.8. Home Ecu. . Winchester
Baptist Student Union, Home Ec. Club, Committee of 240
JOSEPH E. BANKS, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Whitesburg
CALVIN E. BARBER, Commerce . . . Ashland
YMCA, Baptist Student Union
WILLIAM A. BAUMAN En ineerin . . Owensboro
WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE. .GRAD SCHOOL?
ESTILL EUGENE BARKER, Engineering . . Olive Hill
GRANVILLE P. BARKER, Engineering .,...
. . . . . Mansfield, Ohio
Phi Kappa Sigma, Mechanical Engineers
JAMES H. BARKER, A.8i S. ..... Lexington
JAMES L. BARLOW, A.8. S. .... Georgetown
Pi Kappa Alpha, lnterfraternity Council, Intramurals
EDWIN C. BARNES, Law ...... Lexington
Sigma Chi, president, Phi Delta Phi, Lamp and Cross, presi-
dent, Lances, president, Omicron Delta Kappa, president
JAMES H. BARNES, Ag.8i Home Ec .... Kenton
ROBERT B. BARNES, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Kenton
RUSSELL M. BARNES, Engineering . . Russell Springs
Triangle, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi
CLAUDE W. BARNETT, Engineering . . . Frankfort
JOHN V. BARNETT, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Bagdad
Alpha Zeta, Agronomy Club, president
KATHERINE ALLEN BARNETT, A.8. S. . Shelbyville
Alpha Gamma Delta, Mortar Board, Cwens, vice-president,
Alpha Lambda Delta, president, Student Government Associ-
ation, president, Kentucky Research Foundation scholarship,
Wesley Foundation Cabinet, Outstanding Freshman Cup,
YWCA, treasurer, Alma Magna Mater, Student Directory,
editor, Pitkin Club, WSSF Committee, Koffee Club, Future
Teachers, Clique, Women's Administrative Council, NSA
Committee, Patterson Hall, secretary
STANLEY BARNETT, Engineering . Long Island, N. Y.
Astronomy Club, Mechanical Engineers
BURKETT BARRETT, Engineering . . . Mt. Sterling
Norwood Society '
CLYDE R. BARROW, Commerce . Springfield, Oregon
STEVEN L. BARTALSKY, Engineering .....
. . . . . Johnson City, N. Y.
Lambda Chi Alpha
RICHARD W. BARTSCH, Engineering . Buffalo, N. Y.
Mechanical Engineers, A.S.R.E.
TONY L. BASENBACK, AL S. . . Russell
Bacteriology Society, SUB committees
JANE H. BASHAM, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Hardinsburg
Kappa Delta, Home Ec. Club, League of Women Voters,
YWCA, Wesley Foundation
LAWRENCE MARTIN BASS, Commerce . . Louisville
Beta Sigma Rho
FRANK H. BASSETT, lll, A.8i S. . . . Hopkinsville
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Student Government Association,
Lances, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Phi
Omega, Pryor Pre-Med Society, Freshman Football
JOHN W. BASSETT, Engineering . . . Madisonville
JAMES HARRY BASSHAM, Engineering . . , Verda
Pi Kappa Alpha .
DAVID H. BAUER, Commerce . . . Louisville
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Alpha Sigma Phi, president, lnterfratern'ty Council, Pi Tau
Sigma, Mechanical Engineers
CLARENCE C. BAYES, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Oil Springs
GLEN E. BAYES, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Oil Springs
WENDELL BAYES, Engineering . . Oil Springs
KATHLEEN BEALMEAR, Education .... Marion
Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Guignol, League of
Women Voters, Future Teachers, House Presidcnt's Council,
Jewell Hall, president
SARA KATHRYN BEAM, Education . . Bardstown
Alpha Gamma Delta, YWCA, Future Teachers
CARL BECK, Pharmacy ....... Louisville
RODNEY A. BECK, A.8l S. ..... Lexington
Kappa Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Pershing Rifles
CECIL T. BECKETT, Engineering . . . Flemingsburg
Alpha Sigma Phi, YMCA, Mechanical Engineers
SIDNEY A. BEDERMAN, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
JAMES E. BELL, Pharmacy . . . . Louisville
LEWIS H. BELL, Commerce . . Boyd
KENNETH M. BELLAMY, Commerce . . Richmond
HOWARD BENJAMIN, Engineering . Wexford, Penn.
WILLIAM A. BENJAMIN, A.8i S. . . . Providence
Sigma Chi, Kernel, Pitkin Club, Veterans Club, YMCA, ln-
WILLIAM R. BENNETT, Commerce . . . Bardstown
Kappa Sigma, Wesley Foundation
DAVID D. BENTLEY, A.8- S. . . Catlettsburg
Phi Sigma Kappa, Rifle Team
CLEGG W. BERGER, Commerce . . . Covington
EVERETT R. BERGER, JR., Law . . . . Newport
Phi Delta Phi
7. WESTON BERGMAN, JR., A.8- S. . . .' . . Irvine
Baptist Student Union, Men's Glee Club, Sociology Club
HARVEY H. BERRY, A.8r S. ..... Louisville
Pi Mu Alpha, White Math Club, Band
GERALD L. BERRYMAN, A.8i S. . . . Winchester
Independents, YMCA, Pryor Pre-Med Society
ALVIN BERTRAM, Pharmacy .... Monticello
Phi Delta Chi
CLARENCE HENRY BESTEN, Commerce . . Louisville
HOMER L. BIGGERSTAFF, Engineering . . . Berea
DAVID R. BINGHAM, Engineering . . Barbourville
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VERNON R. BINGHAM, A.8i S. .... DeWitt
WILLIAM R. BINGHAM, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Elliston
WILLIAM BIRDSALL, Engineering . Middletown, N.Y.
Troupers: Mechanical Engineers
EDITH DICKSON BISHOP, A.8i S. . . . Madisonville
Kappa Delta: League of Women Voters: Sociology Club:
Social Work Club: WCA
WILLIAM H. BIXLER, Law ..... Frankfort
Phi Sigma Kappa: Lamp and Cross: Phi Delta Phi: Student
Bar Association: Cooperstown, mayor
LESLIE E. BLACK, Engineering . . . . Irvine
LYLE N. BLACK, Engineering . . Monticello
ELIZABETH NELL BLAIR, A.8i S. . . . Sacramento
Delta Zeta, corresponding secretary: Kernel, news editor:
Theta Sigma Phi
MARJORIE JEANETTE BLAIR, Ag.8i Home Ec . Corbin
Zeta Tau Alpha: YWCA: Home Ec. Club: Women's Glee
EUGENE J. BLASI, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
MARY FRANCES BLEIDT, A.8i S. . . . Lexington
JANE BLOUNT, Ag.8i Home Ec .... Lexington
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Phi Usilon Omicron: Home Ec Club
HARRY H. BOAZ, A.8. S. . . . . . Mayfield
Phi Sigma Kappa
BETTY RANDOLPH BOGGESS, A.8i S. . Tazewell, Va.
Kappa Alpha Theta: Kernel: Kentuckian
EDWIN MILLS BONNY, Commerce . . . Ravenna
BONNIE BELLE BOONE, Commerce . . Lexington
WALTER S. BOONE, Commerce . . . Boone, N. C.
Veterans Club: Chamber of Commerce: Philosophy Club:
Wesley Foundation: Kernel
JAMES P. BORDERS, Engineering .... Lexington
Band: Radio Studios: Electrical Enginecrs
THOMAS R. BOSLEY, A.8i S. .... Lexington
Mechanical Engineers: Alpha Chi Sigma: American Chemical
FRANKLIN GREEN BOSWELL, Commerce . Lexington
Alpha Tau Omega: Phi Eta Sigma
CLAYTON BOTNER, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Booneville
JERRY BOWLES, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
LOUIS J. BOYD, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Lingrove
MORGAN C. BOYD, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Hopkinsville
CURTIS BOYLES, A.8i S. ...... Louisville
Lambda Chi Alpha: Social Work Club: YMCA: Philosophy
Club: Baptist Student Union: Veterans Club
MARJORIE M. BRADFORD, Ag.8i Home Ec . . .
. . . . . Flemingsburg
Alpha Xi Delta: Home Ec. Club: Future Teachers: YWCA
WILLIAM R. BRADFORD, Engineering . . . Butler
GERALD R. BRADLEY, Ag.8. Home Ec . Beech Creek
Block and Bridle: Livestock Jlidging Team
JAMES E. BRADLEY, Commerce .... Lexington
Sigma Chi: Guignol
JAMES W. BRADLEY, Engineering . . . Lexington
JULIA BRADLEY, A.8i S. ...... Covington
Kappa Delta: Student Government Association: Student
Union Board: YWCA: Alpha Lambda Delta: Cwens: Koffee
Club: League of Women Voters: Phi Sigma Iota
MARK B. BRADLEY, Commerce .... Cynthiana
MARTHA MARY BRADLEY, A.8i S. . . . Covington
Kappa Delta: League of Women Voters, vice president: Jus-
tice Harlan Club, secretary: Women's Glee Club: SUB com-
mittees: Clique, secretary: Student Bar Association: YWCA
OVA C. BRADLEY, A.8i S. ..... Lexington
Scabbard and Blade: Alpha Chi Sigma: Veterans Club: Amer-
ican Chemical Society
JOHN J. BRAKE, Pharmacy ..... Burkesville
Rho Chi: Phi Delta Chi
SHELBY T. BRAMMER, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Susie
Wesley Foundation: 'Poultry Club
DOROTHY L. BRANDENBURG, Education . Versailles
WAA: Dutch Lunch Club
CORBETT BRASHEAR, Engineering .... Corbin
Eta Kappa Nu: Tau Beta Pi: Astronomy Club: Electrical
DWIGHT C. BRAY, Engineering .... Frankfort
EDWARD T. BREATHITT, JR., Law . . Hopkinsville
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, vice president: Omicron Delta Kalppa,
president: Lamp and Cross, president: Phi Alpha Delta: ifle
Team: Pershing Rifles: Track Manager: K Club
NANCY CAROL BREWER, A.8i S. . . . Mayfield
Kappa Alpha Theta: Kentuckian Beauty Queen: Scabbard
and Blade Queen: ROTC sponsor: League of Women Voters
J. LELAND BREWSTER, Commerce . . . Frankfort
Delta Tau Delta: Track
JOHN R. BRIDGES, Commerce . . . Henderson
Phi Sigma Kappa
ANDREW J. BRIGGS, A.8i S. . . . Ashville, N. C.
ROBERT L. BRISLAN, Commerce .... Frankfort
RUTH JANE BRISTOW, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Erlanger
Wesley Foundation: YWCA: Home Ec. Club
GERALD S. BRITT, Commerce ..... Louisville
Sigma Phi Epsilon: Pryor Pre-Med Society: Kentuckian: Suky
GEORGE W. BROOKS, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Parksville
JOHN EDWARD BROSZ, Engineering . . . Ludlow
WHAT WAS THIS THING
1. BARBARA FRANCES BROWN, A.8. S. . . Lexington
Alpha xi Delta
DOUGLAS F. BROWN, A.8. S. ..., Louisville
Delta Chi, Radio Studios, musical director, Guignol, Band,
JEAN FRANKLIN BROWN, Engineering . Lexington
LAWRENCE M. BROWN, Engineering . . Paducah
LENETH D. BROWN, Engineering .... Marion
Triangle, Mechanical Engineers
MARTHA SUE BROWN, Education .... Clinton
ROBERT L. BROWN, Pharmacy .... Owensboro
2. ROBERT KELLY BRUCE, Commerce . . . Mason
Phi Sigma Kappa, Veterans Club
JOHN A. BRUCKERT, Commerce .... Louisville
Phi Sigma Kappa, Newman Club
CLIFFORD L. BRUMBAUGH, Commerce . Owensboro
JOSEPH E. BRUNK, Engineering . . Mansfield, Ohio
ROBERT A. BRUNSON, Engineering . . . Bellevue
FRED E. BRYAN, Engineering . . Brownsville, Tenn.
ALBERT C. BRYANT, Engineering . . . Lebanon
Phi Kappa Tau
3. RICHARD H. BRYANT, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
JAMES H. BUCKLES, Ag.8. Home Ec . . White Mills
PEGGY VIRGINIA BUCKLEY, A.8i S. . . . Louisville
Chi Omega, Eta Sigma Phi
JAMES N. BUCKNER, Engineering .... Sardis
Electrical Engineers, Engineering Student Council
VIRGINIA BUCKNER, A.8t S. ...... Paris
Delta Delta Delta
CALVIN F. BUECHELE, Engineering . . . Louisville
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pershing Rifles, Mechanical Engineers
ELZA FAIN BURCH, Engineering . . . Lexington
Tau Beta Pi, Mechanical Engineers
4. THOMAS S. BURDETT, Commerce ......
. . . . .Point Pleasant,W. Vo.
SAMUEL J. BURDETTE, JR., Engineering . Lexington
WILLIAM D. BURGESS, Ag.8t Home Ec . Bowling Green
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Zeta
MARTHA V. BURKS, Ag.8- Home Ec. . . Hodgenville
Phi Upsilon Omicron, House Presidents Council, Wesley
Foundation, Home Ec Club V
JOHN E. BURNS, A.8t S. . . . . . Ludlow
Veterans Club, Psychology Club
JIMMY N. BUSTER, Law . . . Jamestown
MERLE CABLE, Engineering . . Compton
5. SINGLETON A. CAGLE, Low ..... Owensboro
Phi Delta Phi, magistrate, Omicron Delta Kappa, Beta Gam-
ma Sigma, Law Journal, editor, Lamp and Cross
JAMES F. CAINES, Engineering . Huntington, W. Vo.
Pi Tau Sigma, Mechanical Engineers
DALTON CALDWELL, Law .... Williamstown
Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Phi, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard
and Blade, Student Bar Association
LEAH F. CALHOUN, Education . Germantown, Ohio
WAA, Baptist Student Union
JOHN R. CALVERT, Commerce .... Pikeville
CLIFTON D. CAMP, JR., Commerce . . . Trenton
independents, Accounting Club, Chamber of Commerce
HUGH K. CAMPBELL, Low ..... Lexington
Phi Delta Phi
6. JOSEPH W. CAMPBELL, Engineering . . Owensboro
Kappa Sigma, Engineering Student Council, Electrical Engi-
neers, W KY
MILLER T. CAMPBELL, Engineering . . Lexington
HOWARD D. CANFIELD, A.8i S. . . . Lexington
GEORGE A. CANNON, Commerce . . . Owensboro
Delta Chi, president, lnterfraternity Council, Clique, vice-
WILLIAM B. CARLTON, Commerce . Lawrenceburg
Phi Kappa Tau
WILLARD LEE CARMICHAEL, Commerce . . Loyall
JACK L. CARPENTER, Engineering . . Bethel, Ohio
Alpha Sigma Phi, YMCA, lnterfraternity Council, Civil En-
7. RALPH C. CARPENTER, A.8. S. . . . Lexington
Veterans Club, Independents
CARL EDWARD CARRIER, A.8- S. . . Lexington
CAROLYN L. CARSON, A.8t S. .... Paducah
Kappa Kappa Gamma, WAA, Social Work Club
DELMON L. CARSON, Education . . Oneida, Tenn.
Phi Kappa Tau, SUB committees, Future Teachers
CARROLL S. CARTER, Engineering . . . Lexington
Triangle, Electrical Engineers
CHARLES W. CARTER, Education .
Wesley Foundation, White Math Club
DAVID LAWRENCE CARTER, A.8t S. . . Lexington
Phi Beta Kappa
. . Dayton
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KATHLEEN CARTER, Commerce . St. Albans, W. Va.
Delta Delta Delta, Student Government Association, YWCA,
SUB committees, Attendant to Kentuckian Queen
MARY CAROLYN CARVER, A.8i S. . . . Somerset
Phi Beta, secretary-treasurer, Mortar Board, Cwens, YWCA,
Symphony -Orchestra, Women's Glee Club, accompanist,
Radio Studios, Philosophy Club, secretary
BARBARA J. CASH, Education .... Lexington
Baptist Student Union, International Relations Club, Future
HENRY J. CASH, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Parksville
Alpha Gamma Rho, Dairy Club, 4-H Club
ANNA SAM CASSELL, A.8i S.
HUGH B. CASSELL, Education .
Phi Kappa Tau, Canterbury Club, Whit' Math Club, Future
J. T. CAVENDER, Engineering . . . Water Valley
Phi Sigma Kappa, Electrical Engineers
. . . Lexington
. . . Lexington
DELBERT D. CAYCE, III, Commerce . . Hopkinsville
Pi Kappa Alpha, Chamber of Commerce, Alpha Phi Omega,
Veterans Club, Disciples Student Fellowship
LEONARD I. CHAMBLISS, Engineering . . Lexington
WILLIAM L. CHAMPION, A.8i S. . . . Lexington
Veterans Club, Chess Team, Astronomy Club
BILL S. CHANDLER, Commerce .... Carrollton
Phi Kappa Tau, Newman Club, Chamber of Commerce
JAMES L. CHANDLER, Engineering .... Wingo
Triangle, lnterfraternity Council
HERSCHEL CHANEY, Education . . . Beattyville
GEORGE F. CHARLES, Law .... Catlettsburg
Phi Alpha Delta, Lamp and Cross
3.JOHN H. CHENAULT, Engineering . . . Frankfort
WILLIAM S. CHENAULT, A.8i S. .
LLOYD C. CHILTON, A.8i S. ..... Erlanger
Sigma Chi, Kentuckian, Wesley Foundation
CHARLES W. CHINN, Commerce . . . Owensboro
Delta Chi, Band, Symphony Orchestra
ROBERT M. CHOWNING, Commerce . . Frankfort
Wesley Foundation, YMCA, Independents
KARL A. CHRIST, A.8i S. ..... Henderson
Sigma Phi Epsilon, vice-president, Kernel, Press Club, Ken-
GEORGE L. CHRISTEN, Engineering . . . Louisville
Delta Chi, Fencing, Veterans Club
JERRY D. CLAIBORNE, Education . . Hopiiinsviiie
Omicron Delta Kappa, Lamp and Cross, Football, Tennis, K-
Club, president, Jerome Lederer Trophy
MICHAEL J. CLARE, Law ...... Louisville
Phi Alpha Delta, Newman Club, president, Student Bar As-
sociation, Interfaith Council
JOHN W. CLARK, A.8t S. ..... Middletown
Pi Kappa Alpha, Men's Glee Club, Radio Studios
THIS A SYSTEM? RAIN'
VIRGIL D. CLARK, Engineering .
GERTRUDE L. CLARY, A.8i S. .... Lexington
Zeta Tau Alpha, YWCA, Bacteriology Society
DENNIS CLAY, JR., A.8i S. .
. . Henderson
5. WILLIAM D. CLAY, Commerce .... Covington
Chamber of Commerce, Veterans Club
JAMES M. CLAYTON, JR., Engineering . Morehead
Sigma Chi, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade, Kentucky
Engineer, Mechanical Engineers
FRANK EDWARD CLEGG, Commerce . . Lexington
Wesley Foundation, K Club, Baseball
JOHN R. CLIFFORD, Ag.8i Home Ec . Elizabethtown
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Spanish Club, Veterans Club, Agronomy
FRED L. COFFEY, Pharmacy ..... Cooper
HENRIETTA MORRIS COHN, A.8i S. . . Lexington
Social Work Club, Stray Greeks
GEORGE COICAN, Commerce .... Gary, Ind.
K-Book, Kappa Sigma Kappa, Chamber of Commerce, Ac-
LEE ROY COLE, Commerce .... . McKee
Committee of 240, Chamber of Commerce
ROY LEE COLE, Engineering . . . . Harlan
Tau Beta Pi, Electrical Engineers
DANIEL L. COLEMAN, Engineering .... Atlex
RICHARD N. COLEMAN, Engineering . . . Aflex
ROBERT M. COLEMAN, Commerce . Bowling Green
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Lamp and Cross, Omicron Delta Kap-
na, Patterson Literary Society, Keys, Lances, treasurer, Beta
Gamma Sigma, Student Government Association, Committee
of 240, Kentuckian, Alma Magna Mater, president
JACK USHER COLLEY, A.8i S. . .... Mayfield
Pryor Pre-Med Society, Men's Glee Club
LOU GARDNER COLLIER, Education . . . Somerset
Dutch Lunch Club, Future Teachers
7. THOMAS A. COLLINS, A.8i S. .... Lebanon
Pi Kappa Alpha, Phalanx, Pitkin Club, YMCA
WILL HENRY COLLINS, A.8i S. .... Louisville
BARKLEY F. COLSON, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Somerset
DAVID E. COMBS, A.8i S. . . .' . . Anco
JAMES R. COMBS, Commerce . . . . Vicco
Alpha Sigma Phi
RUTH COMBS, Commerce ...... Hazard
Stray Greeks, YWCA, Chamber of Commerce, Wesley Foun-
dation, League of Women Voters
BETTY JUNE COMPTON, Education . . . Lexington
Alpha Delta Pi, Suky, secretary, Pitkin Club, secretary,
Cwens, Dutch Lunch Club, Westminster Fellowship, SUB
committee, Alma Magna Mater, Committee of 240
FUTILE ATTEMPTS TO SEE OUR ADVISORS
1.JAMES E. CONKIN, A.8. S. . . .
Sigma Gamma Epsilon
HOBART CONLEY, JR., Pharmacy . . . Paintsville
EARL L. CONN, A.8t S. ..... Marion, Ind.
Kernel, Kentuckian, sports editor, Freshman Handbook, edi-
tor, K-Book, Patterson Literary Society
GEORGE R. CONWAY, Ag.8- Home Ec . . . Milton
Phi Kappa Tau
JULANNE L. CONWAY, Education . . , Louisville
NANCY LUCILLE CONWAY, Education . Ashland
WAA, Future Teachers
WILLIAM A. CONYERS, JR., Pharmacy . Louisville
JOE E. CRAFTON, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Hebbardsville
Alpha Gamma Rho
RICHARD CRAFTON, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Henderson
Alpha Gamma Rho, Lances, Student Union Board, Suky,
Alpha Zeta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Block and Bridle, Agri-
culture Council, 4-H Club, Pitkin Club, Student Government
Association, Livestock Judging Team: Phi Eta Sigma, Scab-
bard and Blade
JOE L. CRAIG, Engineering ..... Henderson
Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Tau Sinma, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Phi
Omega, Scabard and Blade, Pershing Rifles, Phi Eta Sigma,
SARA E. CRAIN, A.8. S. ....... Ashland
Alpha Xi Delta, YWCA, League of Women Voters
DORIS JEAN COOK, A.8. S. ..... Smithland
Wesley Foundation, League of Women Voters, Committee
JACK E. COOK, Engineering . .
Eta Kappa Nu
JOAN LOWELL COOK, A.8- S. .... Louisville
Alpha Delta Pi, president, lnterdarm Council, vice-president,
WAA, Student Union Board, Radio Studios, Kernel, assistant
managing editor, business manager, Panhellenic Council,
BRUCE COOPER, Engineering .... College, Ga.
ERNEST P. COOPER, Commerce .... Lexington
. . Covington
AHARRY R. cooPER, A.8. s. ..... Louisville
Alpha Sigma Phi, Alpha Phi Omega, vice-president, Phalanx,
vice-president, Student Government Association, Canterbury
Club, Band, YMCA Cabinet, Camera Club, Pitkin Club,
American Chemical Society
JUDSON P. CRAMER, Engineering . . . Lexington
Golf, Mechanical Engineers
RAY R. CRAWFORD, Engineering . . Whitesburg
BARBARA ANNE CREECH, Education . . . London
Future Teachers, YWCA
GERARD J. CRIPE, Pharmacy . . . . Louisville
GEORGE C. CRISCILLIS, A.8t S. . . Williamsburg
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
MARY ANNE CRUM, Commerce .... Pikeville
Baptist Student Union, WAA, Women's Glee Club
BETTY C. CRUMP, Ag.8i Home Ec .... Paris
Wesley Foundation Cabinet, Pitkin Club, Home Ec Club,
Interfaith Council, YWCA Cabinet
HARRIETT LEE CRUTCHFIELD, A.8i S
. . . . .Murfreesboro, Tenn.
WILLIAM F. COOPER, Commerce . . . Caseyville
3. JAMES L. CORNELIUS, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Victory
GROVER H. CORUM, Ag.8t Home Ec . Manchester
JOHN F. COSBY, Ag.8t Home Ec . . . Richmond
EARL K. COTTOGIM, Engineering .... London
Eta Kappa Nu, Radio Engineers
EARL C. COTTRELL, Commerce . . Stamping Ground
Pi Kappa Alpha
HAROLD C. COUCH, Commerce . Charlestown, Ind.
ERNEST L. COULTER, Engineering . . . Louisville
Delta Chi, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma,
CHARLES EDWARD COX, A.8- S. .... Gratz
Cosmopolitan Club, Pitkin Club, Social Work Club, YMCA,
Veterans Club, Disciples Student Fellowship
HERSCHEL W. COX, A.8t S. .... McRoberts
JACK D. COX, Pharmacy ....... Corbin
JOHN ROBERT COX, A.8- S. ..... Covington
Lambda Chi Alpha, International Relations Club, president,
Kernel, managing editor, Veterans Club, Men's Glee Club
JAMES M. CRAFTON, Education . . Hebbardsville
Alpha Gamma Rho, Football, manager, Basketball, manager
Kappa Alpha Theta, League of Women Voters
HELEN LOUISE CUNNINGHAM, A.8t S. . Peru, Ind.
Alpha Delta Pi, Kentuckian, SUB committee, Kernel, YWCA
JAMES E. CUNNINGHAM, A.8t S. . . . Clinton
Baptist Student Union Council
PAUL J. CUNNINGHAM, A.8t S. . . . Princeton
Pi Kappa Alpha, Phalanx, Pryor Pre-Med Society, German
Club, Alpha Phi Omega, president
JAMES HOWARD CURRY, Commerce . . Lexington
Pi Kappa Alpha, Phalanx, Choristers, YMCA, Band, Men's
Glee Club, president
LOUISE CLIFFORD CURRY, A.8i S. . . . Lebanon
Chi Omega, Pitkin Club, YWCA, League of Women Voters
MARJORIE ANNE CUTLER, Education . . Joliet, Ill.
Women's Glee Club, Choristers, YWCA, Westminster Fel-
Eavifshipg, Pitkin Club, Alpha Lambda Delta, Cwens, Kappa
JOSEPH G. DAHLAN, Commerce . . .
Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma
WILLIAM C. DALE, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Shelbyville
Phi Sigma Kappa, Veterans Club
WILLIAM L. DALE, Engineering .
Electrical Engineers, Eta Kappa Nu
JOHN B. DALEY, Engineering .... Lexington
ANTHONY V. DALLAS, Commerce . .
. Erie, Penn.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Lamp and Cross,
Spiked Shoe Society
K Club, Track,
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WILLIAM E. DANHAUER, Pharmacy . . Owensboro
Rho Chi: American Pharmaceutical Association, secretary-
CLYDE DANKS, A.8i S. .... Beaver Dam, Ohio
SHELBY W. DARBASHIRE, A.8i S. . . . Lexington
WSSF: YMCA Cabinet: Cosmopolitan Club
ANDY DAUGHERTY, Pharmacy .... Olive Hill
Kappa Psi: Rho Chi
HARRY K. DAUGHERTY, A.8. S. .... Florence
Sigma Phi Epsilon: Committee of 240: Phalanx: Pryor Pre-
Med Society: Alma Magna Mater
FRANCES STERLING DAVIS, Education . Flemingsburg
Future Teachers: Wesley Foundation: YWCA
JOANNE EVELYN DAVIS, A.8i S. . . Orlando, Fla.
Delta Delta Delta: Kernel
SHELBY C. DAVIS, Ag.8i Home Ec. . . . Fulton
CLARENCE LESLIE DAWSON, A.8t S. . . West Point
LOUIS W. DAWSON, Engineering . . . New Haven
Tau Beta Pi: Eta Kappa Nu
VENITA LU DAWSON, A.8. S. .... Lexington
Alpha Gamma Delta, vice-president: Mortar Board, vice-
president: Cwens: .Alpha Lambda Delta, treasurer: Bacteri-
ology Society, president, vice-president: Band: Mortar Board
JACQUELYN L. DAY, A.8i S. .... Cumberland
Harlan County Club: Sayre Hall, vice-president: Kernel
JAMES DAY, Pharmacy . . . . . Owensboro
ROGER X. DAY, JR., A.8t S. . . . Frostburg, Md.
Sigma Phi Epsilon: Basketball: Newman Club
WILLIAM P. DAY, Engineering . . . . . Paris
WILLIAM H. DEAREN, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Bardstown
DONALD R. DeBOER, Education . . Norwalk, Conn.
Phi Sigma Kappa
JOAN DEEDENS, Pharmacy ..... Louisville
HELEN DAVENPORT DEISS, A.8i S. . . . Lexington
Delta Delta Delta, president, vice-president: Alpha Lambda
Delta: Cwens: Kernel, editor, news editor: Vague, editor: K-
Book, editor: Chi Delta Phi, vice-president: Theta Sigma Phi,
vice-president: Kentucky Press Association Award: YWCA
Cabinet: League of Women Voters: Panhellenic Council,
secretary: Student Union Board: Board of Student Publica-
tions: Phi Beta Kappa: Theta Sigma Phi Award: Mortar
Board: Student Government Association: Mademoiselle Col-
FRANK W. DEMPSEY, A.8. S. ..... Erlanger
Kappa Sigma: lnterfraternity Council: Guignol: Clique
CHARLES S. DENNIS, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Berry
l-IUBERT H. DENNIS, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
Kappa Psi: Rho Chi
JOSEPH C. DENNY, A.8t S. ..... Lexington
Phi Mu Alpha, president: Choristers: Men's Glee Club:
R. BROWNING DENVER, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Cawood
Harlan County Club
JOSEPH C. DeVITA, Education . . Stanford, Conn.
Lambda Chi Alpha: Future Teachers
RODERICK D. DEW, Engineering . . Louisville
Sigma Phi Epsilon
RICHARD M. DICKERSON, Pharmacy . . Louisville
PAUL L. DILLINGHAM, JR., Commerce . Madisonville
Sigma Nu: Chamber of Commerqe: Accounting Club: YMCA:
THOMAS E. DISKIN, A.8i S. .... Ft. Thomas
Phi Delta Theta: Kernel, sports editor: Veterans Club: New-
man Club: Young Democrats Club: Press Club: YMCA:
Kentuckian, sports editor: Postwarrior. sports editor
DONALD G. DODSON, Commerce . . . Lexington
Phi Sigma Kappa
JAMES I. DODSON, Commerce ..... Beltrey
Alpha Tau Omega
LEE DOLID, Education .... Forest Hills, N. Y.
Kappa Alpha Theta: Future Teachers: League of Women
Voters: WAA: YWCA
CHARLES M. DONOVAN, A.8t S. . . . Lexington
German Club: Cosmopolitan Club: Newman Club: Veterans
ROBERT F. DOOLIN, A.8i S. .... Peebles, Ohio
RONALD C. DORFMAN, Ag.8- Home Ec .....
. . . . . Long Island, N. Y.
Zeta Beta Tau: Pershing Rifles: Rifle Team
MATTHEW W. DOWNER, A.8t S. . . . Prospect
Phi Kappa Tau ,
GIBSON DOWNING, Commerce .... Lexington
Sigma Chi, vice-president: Lances: Student Government
Association: Lamp and Cross: Keys: lnterfraternity Council
DOROTHY DEANE DOYLE, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Paris
Phi Upsilon Omicron, president: YWCA, vice-president:
Mortar Board, secretary: Kentucky State Home Economics
Association, vice-president: Home Ec Club, vice-president:
Cwens: Danforth Fellowship Award: Pitkin Club
ALBERT E. DRAKE, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Georgetown
Pi Kappa Alpha: Block and Bridle: Veterans Club: YMCA:
Pitkin Club: Phalanx
DORIS RAE DRAKE, A.8i S. ..... Lexington
ELLEN M. DRAKE, Education . . Greenville, S. C.
Tau Kappa Alpha: Debate Team, manager: Radio Studios,
continuity director: State Oratarical Contest, winner
EDWARD LEE DUFFY, Engineering .... Midway
Phi Eta Sigma
OWEN W. DUGAN, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Brandenburg
MALCOLM DUNN, Engineering .... Paducah
Kappa Sigma: Scabbard and Blade: Norwood Society
MARCE P. DUNN, Engineering . .. . . Paducah
JAMES L. DURHAM, Commerce . . . Greensburg
Sigma Chi: lntertraternity Council: Phalanx: Band
JULIAN M. DYER, Commerce . . . Independence
Baptist Student Union Council
GLORIA E. EASTBURN, Commerce . . Watseka, Ill.
Alpha Gamma Delta, president: Newman Club:. Guignol:
League of Women Voters: Koffee Club: Panhellenic Council
KEITH A. EASTER, Ag.8. Home Ec .... Albany
"PARTY" WAS THE PASSWORD
WILLIAM P. EATON, Commerce . Bluefield, W. Vo.
Sigma Nu, Kentuckian
MARVIN EBLEN, Pharmacy ..... Stanford
Phi Delta Chi
HAROLD L. ECK, Commerce . . Jersey City, N. J.
FOREST R. EDWARDS, Engineering . . . Paducah
Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi
JANE EIMER, A.8t S. .... Woodbridge, N. J.
DORIS ANN EITH, Education ..... Louisville
Kappa Kappa Gamma, League of Women Voters, Future
Teachers, Newman Club
PHILIP BADER ELFSTROM, Commerce . Wheaton, Ill.
Chamber of Commerce
BETTY BLAKELY ELLIOTT, Education . . Lexington
Chi Omega, Phi Beta, Tau Sigma, Physical Education Club,
Future Teachers, YWCA
JAMES M. ELLIOTT, Engineering .... Pineville
Tau Beta Pi
LLOYD ALLAN ELLIOTT, Commerce . . Crittenden
JOSEPH T. ELMES, Pharmacy ..... Louisville
PEGGY G. ELMORE, A.8t S. ..... Lancaster
YWCA, League of Women Voters, International Relations
ROBERT ELMORE, JR., A.8t S. . . . Wheattey
GLADYS A. ELSWICK, Education .... Pikeville
YWCA, Future Teachers, WAA
JOHN RICHARD ENDICOTT, Engineering . Lexington
Sigma Chi, YMCA, Pitkin Club, Disciple Student Fellowship,
WILLIAM E. ENDICOTT, Engineering . . Lexington
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi
NOEL C. ENGLAND, A.8. S. . . . . . Evarts
JOHN T. ENGLE, Education . . . . Yocum
Future Teachers, Philosophy Club
ROBERT L. ENLOW, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Hodgenville
Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle, Com-
mittee of 240
DANIEL s. EPSTEIN, A.8i s. . . . Brooklyn, N. Y.
Hillel Foundation, Air Lane Theatre
JOHN R. ERWIN, Engineering . . Dekoven
D. E. ESPIN, Education, . . . . . Lexington
GERALD H. ESTRINE, A.8- S. . . . Brooklyn, N. Y.
GROVER C. ETHINGTON, Engineering . Shelbyville
Triangle, Kentucky Engineer, editor, Scabbard 8- Blade,
Electrical Engineers, Eta Kappa Nu, Student Government
NORMAN ETHINGTON, Ag.8t Home Ec . Shelbyville
Delta Chi, Baptist Student Union, Intramurals, Agronomy
Club, 4-H Club
BILLY W. ETTER, Commerce ..... Paducah
DONALD H. EVANS, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Nicholasville
Sigma Chi, Intercollegiate Livestock Judging Team, Vet:
erans Club: YMCA
LUTHER E. EVANS, Commerce .... Lexington
JOHN C. EVERETT, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Maysville
Siama Alpha Epsilon, YMCA: SUB committees, Young Dem-
JAMES A. EVERSOLE, A.8i S. ..... Louisville
Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Men's Glee Club, Orchestra
JAMES L. EVERSOLE, Pharmacy .... Louisville
ELOISE GAINES EWBANK, Ag.8t Home Ec . Warsaw
Hamilton House, YWCA Cabinet, Sukv, Alma Magna Mater,
Home Ec Club, 4-H Club, Committee of 240, Dutch Lunch,
Pitkin Club, Disciples Student Fellowship
NELDA K. EWING, Education ..... Milton
Alpha Gamma Delta
DOUGLAS W. EY, A.8t S. ..... Lexington
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Newman Club, Pryor Pre-Med Society
FRANK J. FALCK, A.8t S. . . New York City, N. Y.
Psychology Club, Intramurals
WILLIAM E. FARRA, Commerce .... Lexington
Delta Chi, Band
HENRY FEATHERSTONE, Pharmacy . . . Clinton
JOHN P. FEATHERSTONE, Engineering . . Lexington
GLORIA FEEZLE, Commerce ..... Mayfield
Alpha Gamma Delta, Koffee Club, League of Women Voters,
YWCA, Chamber of Commerce
DAVID N. FELTY, Engineering . . . Ashland
KENNETH G. FELTY, Engineering . . . Frankfort
Kappa Sigma, YMCA, Phalanx, Student Union Board, Nor-
wood Society, Outing Club
CHARLES S. FERGUS, Engineering . . . Lexington
Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Tau Sigma, YMCA, Pitkin Club
CHARLES FERGUSON, Ag.8t Home Ec . Wayne, W.Va.
LOUIS E. FERGUSON, Pharmacy .... Louisville
WALTER BAKER FERGUSON, Commerce . . Union
Pi Kappa Alpha, president, lnterfraternity Council, YMCA
Cabinet, Veterans Club, Northern Ky. Club, Alma Magna
LOIS JEAN FERRING, Education .... Louisville
YWCA Cabinet, Pitkin Club, Interfaith Council, Indepen-
dents, Future Teachers, Baptist Student Union, League of
Women Voters, Kappa Delta Pl
FRED W. FEST, Engineering . . . Weston, W. Va.
DAVIS S. FIELDS, A.8i S. . . -. . . Louisville
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Lances, Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Pi
Sigma, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade, Phi Eta Sigma,
Men's Glee Club
LEON FIGA, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
Alpha Zeta Omega
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JEANNE KELLY FINCH, A.8t S. . . . Lexington
Delta Zeta, YWCA
JERALD ALLEN FINCH, A.8t S. . . . Lexington
Press Club, president, Kernel
WILBUR FINCHER, Education . . . Frankfort
Pi Kappa Alpha
ARNOLD PAUL FISH, Engineering . . . Somerset
MARGARET E. FISH, Education . . . Williamsburg
Delta Delta Delta, Guignol, YWCA, Baptist Student Union,
MARIAN H. FISHER, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Lexington
Phi Upsilon Omicron, YWCA, Home Ec Club, Future Teach-
ers, Newman Club
HAROLD G. FLEENOR, A.8t S. . . Lake Worth, Fla.
Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Eta Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Ar-
nold Society for Air Cadets, Press Club, Kernel, business
ROBERT F. FLEGE, JR., A.8. S. ..... Irvine
Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Alma Magna Mater
JOHN M. FLESCHE, Engineering . . Kirkwood, Mo.
Engineering Student Council, Pi Tau Sigma
JACK FLETCHER, A.8t S. ...... Lexington
Sigma Chi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Band
WILLIAM L. FLETCHER, A.8t S. .... Lexington
Band, White Math Club, Chess Club, Hillel Foundation,
American Chemical Society
LUCAS FLOYD, JR., A.8t S. ..... Somerset
ROBERT S. FOLLIS, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Bowling Green
JAMES D. FORD, JR., A.8t S. ..... Paducah
Kappa Sigma, Men's Glee Club, Pryor Pre-Med Society
EDWARD L. FOSSETT, Commerce . . . Falmouth
BETTY ANN FOSTER, Education .... Stanford
Delta Zeta, WAA, YWCA, Future Teachers, Young Demo-
ELLIS L. FOSTER, JR., Engineering . . . Louisville
Qmicron Delta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi, Independents, Phi Eta
Sigma, Norwood Society, Mechanical Engineers
NANCY FOSTER, A.8. S. ...... Covington
WILLIAM L. FOUSE, Commerce . Parkersburg, W. Va.
Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Band, Symphony Orchestra
SAMUEL FOWLKES, Engineering . St. Albans, W. Va.
WILFORD LEE FOY, A.8t S. ..... Providence
LOUIS D. FRANCISCO, Commerce . New York, N. Y.
Tau Kappa, Newman Club
MARGERY E. FRANCK, A.8t S. . . Big Rapids, Mich.
Student Union Board, SUB committees, Symphony Orchestra
HAROLD FRANKEL, Pharmacy .... Louisville
LAWRENCE E. FRANKS, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Owenton
CLARENCE L. FRAZIER, Engineering . . Gilbertsville
Pi Tau Sigma
SANFORD FRIEDMAN, Commerce . New York, N. Y.
Zeta Beta Tau
JAMES L. FRITTIER, A.8t S. . . . . Louisville
ROGER E., FRITZ, Law . . Lexington
Phi Delta Phi
VICTOR FRIZZELL, JR., Commerce . . . Owensboro
Alpha Sigma Phi
JOHN B. FROUNFELKER, Engineering . lronton, Ohio
ROBERT THOMAS FUCHS, Engineering . . Erlanger
Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Electrical Engineers
DELLON K. FULTON, Commerce . Floral Park, N. Y.
JOHNNIE M. FULTON, Commerce . . . Mays Lick
BETTY J. GAINES, Commerce .... Panna, III.
ROBERT V. GAITSKILL, Commerce . . . Lexington
REE MCCOY GALLAGHER, Engineering . . Vincent
WILLIAM G. GALLAWAY, Engineering . . Maysville
AARON L. GANT, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Sharon Grove
Veterans Club, Judging Team
MILTON E. GARDNER, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
american Pharmaceutical Association, president, Phi Delta
RAY GARDNER, Commerce .... Elizabethtown
CHARLOTTE RUSSELL GARR, A.8t S. . . Lexington
Kappa Kappa Gamma, vice-president, Student Government
Association, Pitkin Club, Phi Sigma, Iota, Women's Glee
Club, League of Women Voters, president
BETTY GARST, A.8t S. ...... Lexington
Kappa Alpha Theta, German Club, secretary, Guignol
QUENTIN L. GASKIN, Engineering . . . Somerset
WILLIAM L. GAULT, A.8t S. . . . Lexington
Kappa Sigma, Phalanx, YMCA '
WILLIAM RILEY GENTRY, JR., Law . . Bardstown
Sigma Phi Epsilon
EDWARD GEORGE, Engineering .... Paducah
Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Electrical Engineers
VIRGINIA S. GEORGE, Engineering . . . Paducah
Canterbury Club, Mechanical Engineers, Kentucky Engineer
MIRIAM GERBER, Commerce ..... Lexington
Women's Glee Club, Radio Studios orchestra, Dutch Lunch
RAIN. .LONG HOURS IN THE LIBRARY
ROBERT F. GERDING, Engineering . . Lexington
American Society of Metals
IRVIN GERGELY, A.8i S. ....... Harlan
Zeta Beta Tau: Harlan County Club: Pryor Pro-Med Society:
LOUIS GETZEL, Pharmacy ...... Louisville
Alpha Zeta Omega
JAMES R. GIBSON, Engineering .... Lexington
Alpha Tau Omega: K Club: Spiked Shoe Society: Mechanical
Engineers: Engineering College, president
BERTHA L. GIFFORD, Education .... Lexington
Phi Sigma Alpha: Future Teachers: YWCA
LEWIS F. GIFFORD, Engineering .... Lexington
Triangle: Band: Mechanical Engineers
MARY FRANCES GILBERT, Commerce . Sibley, Mo.
Newman Club: Commerce Club: Future Teachers
JAMES T. GILKEY, Commerce .... Winchester
ALETHEA GILLESPIE, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Tollesboro
Phi Upsilon Omicron' Home Ec Club: Cornell Award: YWCA:
Disciples Student Fellowship
WILLIAM F. GILTNER, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Eminence
Phi Delta Theta
MARIAN W. GIVENS, .Ag.8i Home Ec . . Owensboro
Alpha Delta Pi: Home Ec Club: YWCA
WAYLAND GIVENS, Ag.8l Home Ec . . . Browder
Sigma Phi Epsilon
JOHN P. GODFRY, Law ...... Lexington
Phi Delta Phi: Student Bar Association: Reed Club: New-
WALTER GOGGIN, JR., Ag.8t Home Ec . . Danville
Block and Bridle
BERNARD L. GOLDSTEIN, Engineering . Valley Station
ABRAHAM M. GOLLER, Engineering . . Lexington
Zeta Beta Tau, historian: Hillel Foundation: YMCA: Civil
EUGENE E. GOODBUB, Engineering . . . Louisville
Veterans Club: Mechanical Engineers
DANIEL W. GOODMAN, Law . . . Lexington
Phi Delta Phi
JAMES W. GORDON, Engineering . . . Elkton
Tau Beta Pi
WILLIAM L. GORDON, A.8i S. .... Frankfort
Delta Chi: Radio Studio: Westminster Fellowship
BETTY ALLEN GORMAN, A.8- s. . . . Lexington
Kappa Kappa Gamma: League of Women Voters: Social
KARL S. GRADY, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Munfordville
Qlpga Gamma Rho: Alpha Zeta: Block and Bridle: Dairy
EUGENE M. GRAHAM, Commerce . . . Bloomfield
Men's Glee Club
JOAN COOK GRAHAM, A.8. S. .... Paducah
Kappa Delta, treasurer: WAA: Sig Ep Dream Girl
M. MARTHA GRAHAM, Education . West Union, Ohio
Delta Zeta: House Presidents' Council: Cwens: YWCA: Fu-
THOMAS L. GRAHAM, Education . . . Bloomfield
Phi Kappa Tau: Phi .Eta Sigma: Men's Glee Club: Future
DAVID C. GRAVES, Law ...... Lexington
JAMES ARNETT GRAVES, A.8. S. . . Lexington
SUB committees: Alma Magna Mater: Independents
BERNARD C. GRAVITT, Education . . . Lexington
Delta Chl: Future Teachers: Veterans Club
WILLIAM KHENDALE GREATHOUSE, Engineering .
. . . . . Sutton, W. Va.
Pi Tau Sigma: Tau Beta Pi
ALEXANDER GRECH, Commerce . Port Jerves, N. Y.
JAMES V. GREEN, Engineering ..... Fulton
MORRIS L. GREEN, Ag.8t Home Ec .... Green
NEWCOMB GREEN, Ag.8t Home Ec . Wakefield, N. H.
SARA MAE GREENE, A.8i S. .... Mt. Sterling
Chi Omega, president: Student Union Board: Panhellenic
Council: YWCA: Committee of 240: Women's Glee Club
CHARLES H. GREENMAN, A.8i S. . . Louisville
Social Work Club
FRED M. GREER, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Clinton
C. R. GREGORY, Pharmacy ..... Monticello
Phi Delta Chi
GEORGE SCOTT GRESHAM, Engineering . . Somerset
GENE GRIDER, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . . Liberty
RUTH GRIDER, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Liberty
Home Ec Club: YWCA
BOBBY L. GRIESINGER, A.8l S. . . . . Bellevue
Northern Kentucky Club
LILLIAN C. GRIFFEY, A.8. S. . . . . Clinton
WAA: Wesley Foundation: German Club
GEORGE W. GRIFFIN, JR., Commerce . . . London
Kappa Alpha, president: lnterfraternity Council
GAILE RUTH GROGAN, Education . . . Lexington
Alpha Gamma Delta: Suky: Cheerleader: WAA: YWCA:
Physical Education Club: SUB committees
ALBERT E. GROSS, Commerce .... Prestonsburg
J. E. GROVES, Pharmacy ...... Louisville
DONALD B. GRUGIN, Commerce . Stamping Ground
Kappa Alpha: Pershing Rifles: Intramurals
DWAINE E. GULLET, Commerce .... Lexington
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BLAINE A. GUTHRIE, JR., Commerce . . Louisville
KEITH L. GUTHRIE, Engineering .... Frankfort
Tau Beta Pi
ALBERT W. HAGAN, Engineering . Beaumont, Texas
ROBERT L. HAGERMAN, A.8t S. .... Hartford
H. B. HAGGARD, Engineering .... Winchester
DONALD J, HAHN, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Lorain, Ohio
Dairy Club, Intramurals
KENNETH W. HAHN, Commerce . . . Peru, Ill.
MARILYN RAMSEY HALEY, Education . . Elkton
exllplga Gamma Delta, League of Women Voters, YWCA, Art
OWNEY C. HALL, Engineering . . . Prestonsburg
Stray Greek, Electrical Engineers
WILLIAM ROBERT HALL, A.8t S. . . . Franklin
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Radio Arts, Psychology Club
ROBERT C. HALVORSEN, Commerce . . Lexington
FOSTER B. HAMBLIN, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Buckhorn
HELEN CREECH HAMBLIN, Education . . Lexington
Women's Glee Club, Choristers, Future Teachers, Indepen-
GERALD HAMBURG, Commerce . Hagerstown, Md.
Phi Sigma Kappa
CARL C. HAMILTON, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Falmouth
Alaha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle, president,
4- Club, YMCA, Dairy Club, Judging Teams
CURTIS D. HAMILTON, Commerce . . . Lexington
ROBERT K. HAMILTON, Commerce . . . Carlisle
Lambda Chi Alpha, secretary, Chamber of Commerce
WILLIAM F. HAMILTON, Engineering . . . Irvine
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Band, Mechanical Engineers
RALPH K. HAMMERLE, A.8t S. .... Louisville
BETTY DARRELL HAMMOCK, Education . Lexington
Debating, Kappa Delta Pi, Tau Kappa Alpha, Future
JOHN C. HANCOCK, A.8t S. ..... LaGrange
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pitkin Club, YMCA, Men's Glee Club,
Veterans Club, Pryor Pre-Med Society, Committee of 240,
Young Democrats Club
ROBERT L. HANNIGAN, Engineering . . Louisville
Eta Kappa Nu
JOHN ROBERT HARBISON, Engineering . . Ashland
Civil Engineers, Tau Beta Pi
JOSEPH A. HARDCASTLE, Commerce . Bowling Green
JAMES L. HARDY, Law ....... Paducah
Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Association
HAROLD S. HARLOW, Engineering . . . Louisville
EDGAR T. HARNEY, Engineering . . Lexington
JEANNE HARRELL, A.8t S. ..... Louisville
Shi Omega, Phi Beta, House President's Council, Radio Stu-
JOHN J. HARRINGTON, Engineering . . Erie, Penn.
BARBARA JEFFERSON HARRIS, A.8t S. . . Lexington
Chi Omega, Eta Sigma Phi, Student Union Board, Kotfee
Club, YWCA, Alma Magna Mater, Leaaue of Women Voters
DON C. HARRIS, Pharmacy ...... Auburn
ROBERT S. HARRISON, Engineering . . . Erlanger
Pi Kappa Alpha, Veterans Club, Civil Engineers
WILLIAM B. HARTLAGE, Commerce . . Louisville
Accounting Club, Phi Eta Sigma
JOHN D. HARTLEY, Engineering . . . Versailles
Committee of 240
GLADNEY HARVILLE, Low .... Jonesboro, La.
Phi Alpha Delta
ROBERT D. HATCHETT, Engineering . . Danville
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, K Club, Baseball Team
DOROTHY E. HATFIELD, Education ......
. . . . . Huntington, W. Va.
Alma Magna Mater .
CHARLES C. HAWLEY, Engineering . . . Louisville
Lambda Chi Alpha
DOUGLAS S. HAYNES, Commerce . . . Owensboro
Delta Tau Delta
JOYCE HAYNES, Education ..... Louisville
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Future Teachers, Canterbury Club,
League of Women Voters, Koffee Club
JOHN C. HAYS, A.8t S. . . . .
Phi Sigma Kappa
MARTHA CAROLE HAYS, A.8t S. .... Mayfield
Alpha Gamma Delta, treasurer, Kentuckian, Cwens, Koffee
Club, League of Women Voters, Committee of 240, Pan-
. . Danville
RAYMOND HAZELIP, Pharmacy . . . Asphalt
Phi Delta Phi
JAMES H. HAZLE, A.8t S. ..... Hodgenville
Phi Sigma Kappa
BERNARD EVERETT HEAD, Engineering . Louisville
JAMES C. HEFFERNAN, Commercel. Providence, R. I.
Kappa Alpha, Newman Club
JEANNE HEIBNER, A.8t S. . . . St. Petersburg, Fla.
Alpha Delta Pl
JOHN H. HEICK, Ag.8. Home Ec .... Prospect
Phi Kappa Tau, president, lnterfraternity Council
JOSEPH M. HEIDENREICH, Engineering ....
. . . . . Terre Haute, Ind.
.THE WEIRD INSINUATIONS
'l. HOWARD HEINEKE, Engineering . . . Bellevue
Tau Beta Pi
JOHN J. HEINZE, Commerce . . . Prestonsburg
JEROME A. HEITZ, Engineering . . . Louisville
Triangle, Mechanical Engineers
HARVEY A. HELM, A.8i S. . . . . . Danville
ELVIN EARL HELMS, Engineering . . . Petersburg
Pi Tau Sigma
JAMES C. HELTON, Law . . . . Pineville
Phi Delta Phi
ROBERT H. HELTON, JR., Law . . . . Corbin
2.JAY M. HEMBERGER, Pharmacy . . Louisville
CHARLES E. HENDRICKS, A.8i S. . . . Lexington
Delta Chi, YMCA, German Club, Men's Glee Club, West-
KARL J. HENN, Engineering ..... Louisville
Newman Club, Mechanical Engineers
VIRGINIA LEE HENRY, A.8i S. .... Lexington
YWCA Cabinet, president, Interfaith
Council, president, Chi
Delta Phi, president, Dutch Lunch Club, Women's Glee Club,
Cwens, Alpha Lambda Delta, Pitkin Club, Disciples Student
Fellowship, Guignol, Mortar Board
WILLIAM T. HENRY, Engineering
. . . .Dayton
ALEXANDER T. HENSLEY, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Hector
GEORGE ANN HERTLEIN, A.8- S. . .
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Social Work Club, WAA, Women's
3. GEORGE E. HETZEL, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Ludlow
SAMMIE R. HEWLETT, Engineering . . Madisonville
JACK W. HIBBS, Commerce . . . Louisville
Phi Delta Theta
BETTY W. HICKS, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Sebree
Home Ec Club
DAVID T. HICKS, Ag.8. Home Ec .... Paducah
LUTHER THOMAS HILLIARD, Commerce . Lexington
YMCA Cabinet, treasurer, Freshman Club Advisor
CHARLES F. HINDS, A.8i S. ..... Lexington
Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa
4. ROBERT HINES, JR., Law ...... Paducah
Young Democrats Club, Phi Alpha Delta
JERRY J. HINSON, Commerce .... Lexington
Kappa Alpha Theta, secretary, YWCA, Dutch Lunch Club,
Future Teachers, Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Gamma Sigma,
Phi Beta Kappa
MARGURETT R. HITE, Commerce . . Morganfield
FOREST K. HOBSON, A.8i S. .... Campbellsville
Pi Kappa Alpha
M. DOUGLAS HODGES, Law . . Williamson, W. Va.
Phi Alpha Delta
JAMES F. HOGE, A.8i S. ...... Lexington
Chamber of Commerce, Veterans Club
EDD C. HOGG, A.8iS ......
Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle, Alpha
Phi Omega, Veterans Club
FLOYD B. HOGG, Law . . . . Whitesburg
Phi Delta Phi
RAY P. HOLBROOK, A.8. S. . . . Ewing
ROBERT C. HOLDER, Commerce .... Louisville
Sigma Chi, Veterans Club
BARBARA LEE HOLEMAN, A.8. S. . . Madisonville
Kappa Delta, secretary, League of Women Voters, Cwens,
YWCA, WAA, Sociology Club
CHARLES S. HOLLAND, Education .
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Wesley Foundation, Tennis
DAVID K. HOLLAND, Commerce .... Hickman
Alpha Tau Omega, Phalanx, president. vice-president, Per-
h' R'fl ' YMCA C b' T P'1'k' Cl b M n' Gle Club,
singles, aine,iin u, es e
secretary-treasurer, Committee of 240, Alma Magna Mater,
DONALD L. HOLLAND, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Victory
KENT HOLLINGSWORTH, A.8i S. . . . Lexington
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Canterbury Club, Kernel, K Club,
Kentuckian, sports editor, Guignol, Radio Studios, Baseball,
MARION HONEYWELL, Education . West Town, N. Y.
WAA, Guignol, Future Teachers
CHARLES B. HOOD, Commerce . . Lundale, W. Va.
YMCA, Beta Gamma Sigma
FAYE HOOKS, A.8i S. ...... Hopkinsville
Alpha Gamma Delta, League of Women Voters, Social Work
THURMAN HOOPER, Pharmacy . Jeffersonville, Ind.
Phi Delta Chi
WINTHROP H. HOPSON, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Cadiz
Phi Delta Theta
MARY FRANCES HORD, Education . . Campbellsville
WALLACE R. HORINE, Commerce . . . Lexington
Sigma Chi, Pitkin Club
DONALD C. HOSKINS, Law .... Lawrenceburg
Phi Alpha Delta
WILLARD H. HOSKINSON, Ag.8i Home Ec ....
. . . . . Brandenburg
HARRY W. HOUCHENS, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
TOM HOUCHENS, Pharmacy . . . . Louisville
THOMAS E. HOUGH, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Paducah
Lambda Chi Alpha
ARTHUR C. HOUNSHELL, JR., Ag.8. Home Ec . .
. . . . . Louisville
Alpha Gamma Rho, house manager, 4-H Club
SOMETIMES MADE BLOOD BOlL,TEMPERS FLARE
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FRED F. HOWARD, Commerce . .
JEAN W. HOWARD, A.8t S. . . .
Harlan County Club
JULIAN J. HOWARD, Ag.8t Home Ec .
TED C. HOWARD, Commerce . .
Sigma Phi Epsilon
ROBERT W. HOWARTH, Commerce .
JAMES R. HOWE, Engineering . .
. . Lexington
Victor, N. Y.
. Ft. Thomas
Phi Delta Theta, Football, K Club, Mechanical Engineers,
ANNA SUE HUBBARD, Pharmacy .
ROBERT N. HUBBARD, Law . . .
Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Association,
EDGAR JESS HUET, Engineering . . Tarentun, Penn.
GAINES E. HUEY, A.8f S. . . . . Walton
FRED J. HUFFMAN, Engineering . . . Benton
BYRON G. HUGHES, Ag.8. Home Ec .... Paris
ELEANO-R LEE HUGHES, A.8t S. .... Henderson
Kappa Delta, Social Work Club, YWCA
RUSSELL E. HUGHES, Engineering . . Wickliffe
Triangle, treasurer, Mechanical Engineers
ROGER L. HULETTE, Engineering . . . . Frankfort
Tau Beta Pi
THOMAS HUMPHREY, Ag.8t Home Ec . Elizabethtown
STANLEY MAX HUNT, Commerce . . . Elizabeth
Baptist Student Union, Beta Gamma Sigma
JAMES L. HURD, A.8t S. ...... Louisville
Kentucky Archeolo ical Society' German Club, Philosophy
Club, Psychology CFub, Lances Scholarship
CALEB B. HURST, Engineering .... Knoxfork
HOWARD E. HURST, A.8t S. ..... Hazard
ANN H. HUTCHCRAFT, Commerce .... Paris
Phi Beta, Women's Glee Club, YWCA, Alma Magna Mater,
PAUL BLAKE HYLTON, Commerce .
Chamber of Commerce
JOHN A. IDLEMAN, A.8t S. . . .
Lambda Chi Alpha
. Paris, lll.
JAMES INGLIS, Commerce . . . Glen Rock, N. J.
Veterans Club, Chamber of Commerce
JAMES W. INGRAM, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Paint Lick
KATHRYN H. IRVIN, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Winchester
Jewell Hall, vice-president
ELMER ISAACS, Engineering .... Gray Hawk
CURTIS JACKSON, Engineering . South Orange, N. J.
Triangle, Civil Engineers
MARY FRANCES JACKSON, Ag.8t Home Ec . Cropper
Alpha Delta Pi, Panhellenic Council, YWCA, Home Ec Club
PHILLIP GAlL JACKSON, Engineering . . . Paris
Eta Kappa Nu
PAUL R. JACOBY, Commerce .... Lexington
EDWARD HAROLD JENKINS, Commerce . Artemus
Alpha Phi Omega
HERBERT D. JENKINS, Engineering . . . Ashland
LYMAN U. JENKINS, Engineering . . . Lexington
FRANCES J. JERNIGAN, A.8t S. . . Portland, Tenn.
Euture Teachers, WAA, Baptist Student Union, Phi Beta
WALTER L. JEWELL, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Buechel
Block and Bridle, Poultry Club
KENNETH B. JOHNS, Engineering . . . Versailles
BENJAMIN P. JOHNSON, JR., Engineering . Frankfort
CHARLES L. JOHNSON, A.8t S. ..... Vicco
Alpha Sigma Phi, Pryor Pre-Med Society, Veterans Club
DORIS L. JOHNSON, A.8. S. ...... Midway
Phi Beta, Women's Glee Club, Choristers
GLENN E. JOHNSON, Engineering . . . Barlow
Alpha Phi Omega
HETTIE CROCKETT JOHNSON, A.8t S. . . Owensboro
Alpha Gamma Delta, League of Women Voters, YWCA
MORRIS V. JOHNSON, Engineering . . . Shelbyville
Trianglec, Mechanical Engineers, Tau Beta Pi, president, Pi
R. C. JOHNSON, Ag.8t Home Ec .... Hartford
RUSSELL A. JOHNSON, Engineering . . . Lexington
HARVEY V. JOHNSTON, A.8. S. . . Dorchester, Va.
Radio Studios, Kernel
J. JERALD JOHNSTON, Law ..... Lexington
Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Ken-
tucky Law Journal, editor, Cooperstown Council
DONALD E. JONES, Education .... Henderson
Sigma Phi Epsilon
ELDRED C. JONES, Engineering .... Lexington
EVERYONE READ "CONN-COX'UNS" AND LOVED IT
'l.JACK H. JONES, Commerce . . . . Mayfield
MARY C. JONES, Commerce . . . . Lexington
NEIL C. JONES, Engineering . . . Latonia
LYTLE ALLEN JORDAN, Engineering . . . Bellevue
Triangle, Mechanical Engineers
PAUL R. JORDAN, A.8t S. ...... Garrett
MAYME O. JOSEPH, Ag.8. Home Ec .... Keck
Hamilton House, vice-president, 4-H Club, Home Ec Club
JOSEPH M. JOYNER, JR., A.8i S. . Portsmouth, Va.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Scabbard and Blade, Student Govern-
2. MERLE E. KAPLIN, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
Alpha Zeta Omega
WILLIAM KAPPA, Engineering . . Lexington
Triangle, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma
GEORGE KAREM, JR., Pharmacy .... Louisville
LESLIE E. KARR, A.8. S. ..... . Corbin
Veterans Club, Bacteriology Society
LLOYD KENNETH KASEY, Commerce . . Irvington
Phi Kappa Tau, Chamber of Commerce
HERSHELL L KEELING, A.8. S. .... Joliet, Ill.
Alpha Sigma Phi, Intramurals
ROBERT DOTSON KEESEE, Commerce . . Lexington
Lambda Chi Alpha, Chamber of Commerce
3. JOHN M. KELLER, Engineering . . Rochester, N. Y.
HAROLD F. KELLEY, Commerce . . . Bronx, N. Y.
JOHN S. KELLEY, Commerce . . . . Bardstown
JOHN W. KELLY, Law . .
Phi Delta Phi
LEONARD E. KELSAY, A.8t S. .... Covington
RAYMOND A. KEMPER, Engineering . . Covington
Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu
ARNOLD N. KENLY, Engineering . Williamson, W. Va.
4. JACK K. KENNEDY, Commerce .... Frankfort
ROBERT J. KENNEDY, Education . Lawrenceburg, Ind.
JOAN KENNEY, Education ...... Frankfort
Kappa Alpha Theta, vice-president, YWCA, Future Teachers,
Young Democrats, League of Women Voters
IVAN E. KERR, Pharmacy ...... Louisville
Phi Delta Chl
HERMAN M. KESSLER, Commerce . . . Louisville
Phi Delta Theta
NICHOLAS KHOURY, Engineering . Lawrence, Mass.
Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi
CHRIS R. KILGIJS, Pharmacy ..... Maysville
EDMOND KING, Pharmacy . . Louisville
Kappa Psi, Rho Chi
ERNEST N. KING, Engineering . . Louisville
Tau Beta Pi, Electrical Engineers
MARY M. KING, A.8t S. .... . Louisville
Alpha Gamma Delta, Chi Delta Phi
WESLEY A. KING, Engineering . Chattanooga, Tenn.
Kappa Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Civil Engineers, Pershing Rifles
GEORGE W. KIRCHNER, A.8t S. . . Fort Benning, Ga.
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Independents, president, K Club, Spiked
Shoe Society, vice-president, Track Team, captain
JONQUIL JUNE KIRK, Education .... Ashland
Delta Zeta, YWCA, Future Teachers
BARBARA JEAN KIRWAN, A.8r S. . . . Louisville
Kappa Alpha Theta, House Presidents Council, president
HOWARD EDGEL KISER, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Grayson
MARTHA FAY KITTINGER, A.8. S. . . Owensboro
Alpha Delta Pi, Phi Beta
MILES M. KLEIN, Commerce . . Long Island, N. Y.
NORMAN J. KLEIN, A.8l S. ..... Louisville
Zeta Beta Tau, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, Stu-
dent Government Association, Pi Mu Epsilon, American
Chemical Society, Football, K-Club, Lances
AUGUSTUS E. KLEMMER, Engineering .....
. . . . . Orangeburg, N. Y.
Eta Kappa Nu, Lutheran Student Association
PHYLLIS JEAN KLOECKER, Education . . Lexington
Delta Delta Delta, YWCA, WAA
JOE P. KNIGHT, A.8l S. . . .
Kappa Sigma, Radio Studios, Guignol
7. GEORGE W. KNOX, A.8i S. ..... Carrollton
CHARLES GEORGE KREIDEL, A.8. S. . . . Bellevue
American Chemical Society, Alpha Chi Sigma
JOHN M. KRUMPELMAN, A.8r S. . . . Ft. Mitchell
Lambda Chl Alpha, president, lnterfraternity Council, Com-
mittee of 240, Pryor Pre-Med Society
THOMAS A. KRUTZ, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Georgetown
JAMES M. KUHN, Commerce . . Madison, W. Va.
Alpha Sigma Phi, president, lnterfraternity Council
JOHN B. KUIPER, A.8i S. ...... Lexington
Phi Mu Alpha, Lances, Phi Sigma Iota, Scabbard and Blade,
Orchestra, Phi Eta Sigma
IDA CHRISTINA KUMMER, Ag.8t Home Ec . Franklin
Home Ec Club
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DONALD L. LAFFERTY, Engineering . . Lexington
DONALD M. LAFFOON A .8t Home Ec . Nortonville
Alpha Gamma Rho: Wesley Foundation: Veterans Club:
YMCA: Block and Bridle
SARA F. LAMB, Education ..... Frankfort
Future Teachers: Baptist Student Union: YWCA
GEORGE A. LANCASTER, Commerce . . . Fulton
PAUL E. LANDRUS, JR., Commerce . . . Lexington
CLAIR O. LANGEBRAKE, Engineering . . Ft. Thomas
Wesley Foundation: Alpha Phi Omega: Mechanical Engi-
JUANITA RUTH LANSDALE, Education . Lexington
Troupers: Physical Education Club
JOHN J. LARKIN, Law ...... Lexington
Phi Alpha Delta: Kentucky Law Journal: Student Bar As-
JOHN V. LARKIN, Commerce .... Frankfort
Sigma Nu, social chairman: Men's Glee Club: Veterans Club:
GLENN EDWARD LASWELL, Engineering . Brodhead
Pi Tau Sigma: Mechanical Engineers
FRED L. LAU, Engineering ..... Louisville
Triangle: Radio Engineers
MARY ELLEN LAWRENCE, Commerce . . Lexington
PATRICIA JUNE LAWSON, Ag.8i Home Ec . Hickman
Alpha Delta Pi: Phi Upsilon Omicron, secretaig: Wesley
Foundation Cabinet: Cwens: Home Ec Club: YW A: WAA:
Women's Glee Club
WILLIAM F. LAWSON, Engineering . Cincinnati, Ohio
Sigma Phi Epsilon: Tau Beta Pi: Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi
gtadSigma: Civil Engineers: Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and
JOHN E. COLLIS LAYTON, Ag.8. Home Ec . Midway
MAY S. LEACH, Ag.8t Home Ec . . . Jellico, Tenn.
Zeta Tau Alpha: YWCA: Dutch Lunch Club: Home Ec Club
ROLLIE D. LEACH, Commerce .... Lexington
SHIRLEE JOHNSON LEATHERS, A.8t S. . . Lexington
Theta Sigma Phi
WINFIELD GABHART LEATHERS, A.8i S. . Lexington
Phi Sigma Kappa: Pershing Rifles: Suky: Kernel: Kentuckian
DOROTHY RUTH LEE, A.8. S. . . St. Petersburg, Fla.
ROBERT E. LEE, JR., Commerce . . . Monticello
Sigma Phi Epsilon
CHARLES E. LeGETTE, Commerce . . , Louisville
Delta Chi: Fencing
GERALD E. LeMASTERS, Engineering .....
. . . . .Parkersburg,W.Va.
Kappa Sigma: Phi Mu Alpha: Orchestra: Mechanical Engi-
WALTER H. LEONARD, A.8t S. .
VAN MILTON LESTER, A.8t S. .
JAMES LEVIN, A.8t S. .... .
. . Harlan
Zeta Beta Tau: Pershing Rifles: Hillel Foundation: Interfra-
ternity Council, secretary
BRYAN L. LEWIS, Law . . . .
Phi Delta Phi
JACK SMITH LEWIS, A.8. S. .
5.JAMES J. LEWIS, Engineering . .
ELMER J. LIEBERT, Commerce . .
Pi Kappa Alpha
GLEN EARL LINDEMAN, Commerce .
Beta Gamma Sigma
JAMES F. LINDSEY, Commerce . .
ELIZABETH VICTORIA LINK, A.8i S.
Zeta Tau Alpha: Newman Club: American
CHARLES S. LITTLE, Engineering . .
WILLIAM H. LITTON, Engineering .
WILLIAM H. LITTRAL, Commerce .
ELVA MAXINE LITTRELL, Commerce
HOWARD LOCKE, JR., Commerce .
Lambda Chi Alpha: Interfraternity Council:
tion: Chamber of Commerce: Veterans Clu
RAYMOND LOGSDON, Pharmacy .
JAMES LONG, Ag.8t Home Ec . .
Pi Kappa Alpha: Band
ROBERT L. LONG, Pharmacy . . .
WILFRED M. LOTT, A.8t S. . . . .
. . Lexington
. . Lexington
. . Lexington
Alpha Sigma Phi: Kernel: Alpha Phi Omega: Band
PAUL M. LOVE, Ag.8i Home Ec . .
GLENN L. LOVELESS, JR., Ag.8t Home Ec . Somerset
JOHN G. LOVELL, Ag.8t Home Ec .
Block and Bridle
ELIZABETH ANN LOWE, Education .
YWCA: Future Teachers
INA C. LOWE, Ag.8t Home Ec . . .
. . Louisville
. Smiths Grove
. . Ashland
Home Ec Club: YWCA: Future Teachers: Committee of 240
MARJORIE L. LUNG, Ag.8. Home Ec .
Independents: Newman Club: YWCA
BEN F. LUTES, JR., Commerce . .
Lambda Chi Alpha
RAIN. .EXAMS CAME ONLY ON GLOOMY DAYS
KENDALL LUTES, Commerce, .
EUGENE N. LUTTRELL, A.8i S. . .
Sigma Gamma Epsilon
CHARLES G. LYNCH, Engineering . .
JESSE R. LYNCH, Engineering . . .
PATRICK JOSEPH LYNCH, A.8i S. . .
R. ELAINE LYON, A.8i S. .... .
Alpha Xi Delta, YWCA, Social Work Club
ANNA JEAN LYONS, Education . .
YWCA, Wesley Foundation, Future Teachers
THOMAS L. LYONS, Engineering .
Triangle, Committee of 240
WILLIAM BERNARD MACKE, A.3i S. .
Sigma Gamma Epsilon, president
MARK R. MAGGARD, Commerce .
GERALD LEON MAGUIRE, Commerce .
JOHN PRICE MALONE, A.8i S. . .
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kernel
HENRY EDWARD MALONEY, A.8i S. .
. . Frankfort
Pi Kappa Alpha, Newman Club, Kernel, Veterans Club
IDA FRANCES MANCHIKES, Education . . Ludlow
Delta Zeta, vice-president, YWCA, Future Teachers
ALBERT R. MANDER, JR., Engineering .....
. . . . . Allison Park, Penn.
Pi Tau Sigma, Pershing Rifles, Mechanical Engineers
BARBARA ANN MANDT, A.8i S. .... Manton
Delta Delta Delta, Lances Carnival Queen
BENJAMIN J. MANN, Law ....
Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Eta Sigma
ORA MANNING, JR., Commerce . .
Veterans Club, Chamber of Commerce
. . Corbin
HERBERT M. MARKELL, Commerce . Cincinnati, Ohio
Zeta Beta Tau, Keys
JOHN G. MARLOWE, Commerce . .
Sigma Chi, Guignol
WILLIAM H. MARNHAUT, A.8. S. . Corapolis, Penn.
KEITH E. MARPLE, Pharmacy . . . Bradfordsville
JACK A. MARSHALL, Engineering . Dyerburg, Tenn.
Alpha Tau Omega
BETTY JEAN MARTIN, Education . .
Alpha Gamma Delta, Commerce Club, Future Teachers,
CHARLES P. MARTIN, Engineering . Hartford, Kansas
Pi Tau Sigma, Mechanical Engineers
DOUGLAS MARTIN, A.8l S.. . . .
Delta Tau Delta, Band, executive officer, YMCA, Guignol
HARRY C. MARTIN, Education .... Ashland
HUNTER H. MARTIN, JR., Engineering . . Paducah
JAMES R. MARTIN, Commerce . .
Phi Kappa Tau, Harlan County Club
MARTHA JANE MARTIN, A.8i S. . .
Zeta Tau Alpha, vice-president, Suky, secretary, Kentuck-
ian, League of Women Voters, YWCA, SUB
ROBERT LEWIS MARTIN, Engineering .
WALTER MARTIN, JR., Education . .
Future Teachers, Veterans Club
BETTYE LEE MASTIN, A.8. S. . . .
Theta Sigma Phi, president, Kernel, Baptist Student Union,
Women's Administrative Council, Phi Beta
Board Scholarship Plaque
HOLTON H. MASTIN, A.8i S. . . .
Alpha Sigma Phi, YMCA, Kernel
JOHN R. MATCHETT, Engineering . .
Mechanical Engineers, Intramurals
FRANK F. MATHIAS, Education . .
Phi Sigma Kappa, Band '
DINWIDDIE L. MATHIS, Commerce .
Sigma Phi Epsilon
WILLIAM E. MATTINGLY, Engineering
. . .Paris
HAVEN L. MAY, Engineering . . St. Albans, W. Va.
Civil Engineers, Intramurals
ANNE PARK MAYES, A.8- S. . . . .
Kappa Alpha Theta, Cwens, Alpha Lambda Delta
ROBERT T. MAYES, Commerce . . .
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
PAUL W. MAYHEW, Engineering . .
Sigma Chi, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade
ARVID A. MAYNARD, Commerce .... Pikeville
MILLARD R. MAXEY, Ag.8. Home Ec .
LORAN MCAFEE, Pharmacy ....
CAROLYN McBEE, A.8l S. . . . .
YWCA, Social Work Club, treasurer: Alma
Jewell Hall, secretary
OWEN MCCAIN, Ag.8i Home Ec . . .
PAUL I. MCCARTY, JR., Ag.8i Home EC
GENTRY MCCAULEY, JR., Commerce .
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, lnterfraternity Council
. . Sturgis
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GEORGE W. MCCLANAHAN, Commerce . . . .
. . . . . Chagrin Falls, Ohio
Chamber of Commerce
CHARLES MCCLENDON, Education . Lewisville, Ark.
MARY LOU MCCLURE, A.8. S. .... Owensboro
Social Work Club
SARA HART MCCONATHY, A.8t S. . . Nicholasville
OLLIE W. MCCORMICK, Commerce . . Mt. Sterling
ROBERT TAYLOR MCCOWAN, Commerce . Lexington
Delta Tau Delta, vice-president, Chamber of Commerce,
Patterson Literary Sociegf, president: Keys, vice-president,
Pitkin Club, vice-presi ent, Lances, president, Student
Linton Board, vice-president, Omicron Delta Kappa, secre-
MARIE LOUISE KELLOG MCCOWN, A.8t S. . Versailles
RUTH M. MCCRACKEN, Education . . Jeffersontown
Chi Omega, secretary, YWCA, League of Women Voters,
WAA, Canterbury Club, SUB commi tees
ROBERT McDANlELS, Commerce . New Albany, Ind.
Phi Kappa Tau, Chamber of Commerce, lnterfraternity
EDGAR A. MCDAVITT, Ag.8r Home Ec . . Fisherville
Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta, Dairy Club, president,
YMCA, Baptist Student Union, Agriculture Council, presi-
dent, Committee of 240
STANLEY L. McELROY, Commerce . . . Lexington
GEORGE T. McEUEN, Ag.8t Home Ec ....,
. . . . .WiIliamson,W.Vo.
MARSHALL MALIN MCEUEN, Engineering . , .
. . . . . Williamson, W. Va.
Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma
CECIL F. McGEE, Education ..... Lexington
Phi Mu Alpha, Choristers, Men's Glee Club, Kappa Delta Pi
WARREN McGEE, Commerce . . . Cleveland, Tenn.
Alpha Tau Omega
CLARENCE K. MCGLOTHLAN, Engineering . Irvington
BENJAMIN H. MCKEEHAN, Law . Oak Ridge, Tenn.
Phi Alpha Delta
RONALD L. MCKENNEY, Engineering . . Richelieu
Engineering Student Council
SHAFTER McKNlGHT, Engineering . . . Lexington
Tau Beta Pi
DELBERT L. MCLAUGHLIN, Law . . . Lexington
Phi Alpha Delta
JAMES A. MCLEOD, Engineering .... Lexington
Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi
CHARLES F. McMEEKlN, Engineering . . Lexington
Sigma Chi, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Student Government
JOE McMURTRY, Pharmacy . . . Nicholasville
JUANITA JEANNETTE MCNAMEE, A.8i S. . Erlanger
Zeta Tau Alpha, Canterbury Club, Women's Glee Club,
Social Work Club, YWCA
CHARLOTTE E. MCNEELY, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Fulton
Home Ec Club
ROBERT L. MCNEER, A.8t S. . . . Portsmouth, Ohio
American Chemical Society, Alpha Chi Sigma
MARY ELIZABETH MEADE, A.8t S. . . . Ashland
Alpha Xi Delta, Bacteriology Society, treasurer, YWCA
ROBERT E. MEADER, Commerce .... Lexington
YMCA, Pitkin Club, Alpha Phi Omega
HARRY MAC MEADOR, A.8t S. ..... Cecilia
MABEL MEARS, A.8t S. . . Jacksonville Beach, Fla.
gf-:IE Delta Delta, YWCA, Social Work Club, Canterbury
WILLIAM P. MEDLOCK, Pharmacy . New Albany, Ind.
CECIL H. MEEKS, Commerce ...... Corbin
Alpah Tau Omega
DON A. MENDELSON, Engineering . . . Lexington
GORDON E. MENNE, Engineering . . . Covington
Sigma Chi, Intramurals, manager, Mechanical Engineers
RALPH B. MENSER, Engineering . . . Louisville
CALVIN F. MERCER, Commerce . . . Ellicottville
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
KENNETH A. MEREDITH, A.8f S. . . . Louisville
Alpha Sigma Phi
WILLIAM MEREDITH, Engineering . Bowling Green
Triangle, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Electrical Engineers,
EDWARD HENRY MICHALSKI, Engineering . . .
. . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y.
KENNETH MIDKIFF, Education . . . . Dundee
Phi Sigma Kappa, Keys, Lances
JOHN MILKOVICH, Education ..... Stone
Alpha Tau Omega, Future Teachers, president
JACK B, MILLER, Law ...... Creelsboro
Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Association
HAROLD F. MILLER, Ag.8t Home Ec . . . East View
HARRY E. MILLER, Engineering . . . Ashland
H. WENDELL MILLER, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Lawson
NATHAN H. MILLER, Engineering . . . Louisville
Zeta Beta Tau, Hillel Foundation, Civil Engineers
ROBERT MONFORT MILLER, JR., Engineering . .
. . . . . Cincinnati. Ohio
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, lnterfraternity Council
SAMUEL M. MILLER, A.8t S. ...... Harlan
Zeta Beta Tau, president, Intertraternity Council, Harlan
County Club, Hillel Foundation, Track, manager
THELMA C. MILLER, Education . . Thompkinsville
WAA, Physical Education Club
OUR BEAUTIFUL NEW HALF-OF-A FIELD HOUSE
'I.WOODROW MILLER, Ag.8- Home Ec . . . Waldo
MAUBERT R. MILLS, Law ...... Clinton
Alpha Tau Omega, Lamp and Cross, Phi Alpha Delta, Stu-
dent Bar Association
WILLIAM L. MILLS, Education .... Lexington
BEVERLY P. MIRACLE, Engineering .
. . Trosper
Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Pi Sigma, Electrical En-
JAMES MOKAS, Commerce ....
. . Ashland
Delta Tau Delta, Veterans Club, Chamber of Commerce,
vice-president, YMCA, Pitkin Club, Men's Glee Club, Intra-
MARY E. MONTAGUE, Education . North Bend, Ohio
Alpha Delta Pi, Suky, Cheerleader
WILLIAM MONTGOMERY, Pharmacy
2. AUGUST A. MOORE, Engineering .
Eta Kappa Nu
ELMER B. MOORE, Pharmacy . .
Phi Delta Chi, Rho Chi
JOHN F. MOORE, A.8. S. .
Sigma Phi Epsilon
PATRICIA ANN MOORE, Law . . .
Delta Delta Delta, secretary, Student Bar
THURMAN MOORE, Pharmacy . .
Phi Delta Chi '
VERNON L. MOORE, Engineering . .
. . Louisville
Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Student Council, Civil Engineers
WELLINGTON MOORE, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Lexington
Alpha Zeta, Scabbard and Blade
3. WILLIS G. MOREMEN, Ag.8. Home Ec
Alpha Zeta, Wesley Foundation
CARROLL MORGAN, Pharmacy . .
Phi Delta Chi
H. B. MORGAN, Engineering . .
E. W. MORGERSON, Commerce . .
CHARLES E. MORRIS, Pharmacy .
Phi Delta Chi
HOUSTON M. MORRIS, Commerce .
JOHN DAVID MORROW, Commerce .
4. JOHN W. MORROW, Education . . Newport, Tenn.
Men's Glee Club, Future Teachers
RUTH MORROW, Education . . .
. . Paducah
Future Teachers, Stray Greeks, Kappa Delta Pi
GEORGE W. MORTON, Engineering .
. . .Paris
JUANITA MORTON, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Bowen
Home Ec Club, Future Teachers, YWCA, Committee of 240
MARY ANN MOSBY, Education .... Arlington
Delta Zeta, Future Teachers, YWCA
HENRY F. MOSS, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Bowling Green
Black and Bridle, Wesley Foundation, Veterans Club
ELIZABETH KATHRYN MOWAT, A.8t S. . . Benham
Phi Beta, president, YWCA, Women's Glee Club, Harlan
County Club, Choristers
MARIAN MULKEY, A.8. S. . . . .
. . Louisville
Kappa Alpha Theta, Canterbury Club, League of Women
Voters, YWCA, Kentuckian
JAMES MULLOY, Commerce . . .
Phi Delta Theta
ROBERT C. MUNCY, Law . .
Phi Delta Phi
WILLIS MUNRO, JR, Commerce . .
Delta Tau Delta, Chamber of Commerce,
LARRY H. MYERS, Engineering . .
Alpha Sigma Phi, YMCA
ROMUALD NALLY, Pharmacy .
Phi Delta Chi
JOSEPH R. NARD, A.8. S. . . .
Alpha Tau Omega
RONALD O. NASER, A.8. S. . .
Pryor Pre-Med Society
SAMUEL NEACE, JR., Law ....
Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Lurton Club
WILLIAM A. NEBLETT, Engineering .
CHARLES W. NELSON, A.8i S. . .
Pryor Pre-Med Society, YMCA
THOMAS A. NEVITT, Commerce . .
. . Hyden
. . Erlanger
Newman Club, Veterans Club, Chamber of Commerce
JOE POWER NEWELL, Engineering .
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
EDITH E. NEWMAN, Education . .
. . .Boston
Baptist Student Union, YWCA, Future Teachers, WAA
BILLIE JOYCE NEWSON, Education .
Future Teachers, YWCA
LEWIS H. NICHOLLS, Commerce . .
FREDERIC E. NICHOLS, Law .... Madisonville
Sigma Nu, president, lnterfraternitv Council, president,
Lamp and Cross, president, Chamber ot Commerce, presi-
dent, Constitutionalist Party, president, Omicron Delta
Kappa, secretary, Lances, secretary: Student Government
Association, treasurer, Freshman Handbook, editor, Kernel,
MARVIN NICHOLSON, JR., Commerce . . Lexington
Choristers, Men's Glee Club, Chamber of Commerce
ARCHIE C. NICKELL, Law ....
Phi Delta Phi, historian
JAMES M. NICKELL, A.8i S. . .
HOWARD H. NIENABER, Ag.8. Home Ec . Covington
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'I. RUFUS NIGHTENGALE, A.8. S. . . . Savannah, Ga.
CHARLES W. NOE, A.8t S. . . . . Louisville
Alpha Tau Omega, YMCA
MAY BEAM NOE, A,8t s. . . . .
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Social Work Club, WAA
IRVIN S. NOLAND, Engineering . .
. . Versailles
WALTER KEEN NORRIS, Ag.8t Home Ec . Burksville
Alpha Gamma Rho, 4-H Club
BETTY LU NORTHCUTT, Education .
Alpha Della Pi
. . Park Hills
GERALDINE L. NORTHCUTT, Education . Lexington
Mortar Board, Kappa Della Pi, YWCA, Glee Club
2. GLENDORA NORTHCUTT, Education . . Park Hills
Alpha Delta Pi
WILLIAM B. O'BANNON, Engineering .....
. .... College Station, Texas
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pi Tau Sigma, Suky, Guignol
EARLE T. OSBORNE, Law ...... Barlow
Phi Alpha Delta
EVELYN RUTH OSBORNE, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Dover
Home Ec Club, Hamilton House, secretary-treasurer, his-
torian, 4-H Club, Treasurer
VIRGINIA D. OSBORNE, Commerce . . Wheelwright
WILLIAM E. OTTO, Engineering . .
FLOYD L. OWEN, Engineering . . .
Triangle, Electrical Engineers
3. GORDON K. OWENS, Engineering .
Triangle, Civil Engineers
OPAL NANCY OWEN, Education . .
Alpha Xi Delta, Suky, YWCA, Kentuckian
JOHN C. OWENS, Commerce . .
Phi Delta Theta, Lamp and Cross, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Lances, Student Government Association, Golf Team,
Chamber of Commerce, Student Union Board
MAURICE M. PACE, Engineering . .
Alpha Tau Omega, Electrical Engineers
W. C. PADON, Ag.8t Home Ec . .
independents, Veterans Club, 4-H Club
WILLIAM H. PARHAM, Law . . .
Phi Alpha Delta
EMILY JEAN PARKER, Ag.8t Home Ec
Zeta Tau Alpha, YWCA, SUB committees,
4. MARY ANNA PARKER, A.8. S. . .
. . .Corbin
Home Ec Club,
. . Pikeville
Kappa Delta, League of Women Voters, YWCA
IRWIN D. PARNESS, A.8. S. . . . New York, N. Y.
Beta Sigma Rho, president, Interfraternity Council, YMCA,
Interfaith Council, WSSF
JOE PARRINO, Pharmacy . . . . . Louisville
JOE J. PARSONS, Engineering . .
. . Ashland
GERTRUDE L. PATCH, A.8- S. . . Nashville, Tenn.
Women's Glee Club, Symphony Orchestra
ROGER G. PATE, Engineering . . . Colburn, Va.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
CHARLES M. PATRICK, A.8. S. .... Ashland
Delta Tau Delta, president, Kentucklan, editor, managing
editor, associate editor, Patterson Literary Society, Omicron
Delta Kappa, lnterfraternity Council, treasurer, Press Club,
K IL dC YMCA Vtr ClbSUB -
erne, amp an ross, 1, le e ans u , com
mittees, Board of Student Publications, Lances
EMMA LOU PATRICK, Education . . . Prestonsburg
Kappa Delta, president, vice-president, League of Women
Voters, YWCA, Koffee Club, Student Union Board, Pan-
hellenic Council, treasurer, Young Republicans
MOSS PATTERSON, A.8t S. .... Madisonville
Philosophy Club, YMCA, Outing Club, Disciples Student
Fellows ip, Chess Club, Alma Magna Mater
JAMES B. PATTON, Engineering .
MARY LOIS PAUL, Ag.8t Home Ec . . . Foster
Home Ec Club, YWCA, Future Teachers
VERNON F. PAUL, Engineering . .
Tau Beta Pi
MAXINE ANN PAXSON, Education . .
PAT PAXTON, A.8. S. ..... .
Chi Omega, Newman Club, YWCA, Alma Magna Mater
. . Beaver Dam
HOBART E. PAYNE, Commerce . . Welch, W. Va.
Sigma Nu, house manager, Chamber of Commerce, Men's
NANCY PAYNE, Education ...... Riverton
Future Teachers, secretary
CHARLES PEMBLE, JR., Engineering . Miami, Fla.
RAY B. PENIX, Commerce . . .
GEORGE TERRY PENN, Commerce . .
Alpha Tau Omega
MARTHA L. PENNEBAKER, A.8t S. . Cookville, Tenn.
Phi Beta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Cwens, Guignol, Band, Phil-
osophy Club, Cosmopolitan Club
CHARLES K. PENTECOST, A.8t S. . . Henderson
Pi Kappa Alpha
. . Paducah
. . .Louisville
FRED G. PERKINS, Engineering .
Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Eta Siama, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta
Pi, Lances, Lamp and Cross, Newman Club, Veterans Club,
YMCA, lnterfraternity Council, secretary
LOUIS E. PERKINS, Pharmacy ..... Albany
WILLIAM T. PERKINS, A.8. S. .... Owensboro
GEORGE B. PERRAUT, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Cynthiana
Alpha Gamma Rho, Block and Bridle, vice-president, Alpha
Zeta, Newman Club, president, Province vice-president, ln-
CHARLES PEWITT, JR., Commerce . . . Frankfort
MAC PEWITT, A.8t S. ........ Fulton
Kappa Sigma, president, lnterfraternity Council, Pryor Pre-
Med Society, Student Government Association
CARL EUGENE PHILLIPS, A.8t S. . . . Henderson
Alpha Tau Omega, YMCA
ELBERT POWERS, Engineering ..... Corbin
THE BOOKSTORE WE OFTEN CALLED A "RACKET"
CHARLES WESLEY PHILLIPS, Commerce . Franklin
Chamber of Commerce, Veterans Club, Wesley Foundation
KENNETH PHILLIPS, A.8i S. . .... Lexington
RICHARD L. PIGMAN, Commerce . . . Lexington
Phi Sigma Kappa, Scabbard and Blade, Keys, Radio Studios,
Alma Magna Mater, Chamber of Commerce, Patterson Liter-
JOHN J. PLEMMONS, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
JOSEPH W. POCHOMIS, Engineering . . Lexington
WILLIAM R. POE, Commerce .... Mays Lick
Phi Sigma Kappa
MARVIN W. POGROTSKY, Commerce . . Princeton
Tau Kappa, Band, Hillel Foundation
KIMBLE POLLITT, Engineering .
JAMES J. POLLITTE, Engineering . . . Lexington
Civil Engineers, president, Engeering Student Council
HAROLD F. POOLE, Ag.8t Home Ec . . . Frankfort
JIMMIE M. PORTER, A.8i S. .... Wilmore
RAY H. PORTER, Commerce . . . Cincinnati, Ohio
Sigma Chi, Football Team, Tau Sigma, K Club
THOMAS PORTER, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Madisonville
Sigma Phi Epsilon
WALTER E. PORTER, Engineering .... Cadiz
WOODROW S. PORTER, Pharmacy . . Ashbyburg
ELLA RENA POTTER, A.8. S. ..... Paducah
Kappa Delta, treasurer, SUB committees, YWCA, WAA,
League of Women Voters
JULIUS C. POWELL, Education . . . Harrodsburg
Phi Sigma Kappa, president, Patterson Literary Society, Phi
Eta Sigma, Lances, Future Teachers, Interfraternity Council
PAUL R. POWERS, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Lexington
BARBARA LOUISE PRESTON, A.8t S. . . Louisville
Eelta Zeta, WAA, Philosophy Club, German Club, Kentuc-
JANICE MARSHALL PREWITT, Education . Lexington
Stray Greeks, Future Teachers
TOM EDWARD PREWITT, Commerce . Mt. Sterling
Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade, Veterans Club, ROTC,
Cadet Maior, Chamber of Commerce
LONA CAROLYN PRICE, Education . . . Russell
Kappa Delta, rush chairman, Panhellenic Council, League of
Women Voters, Koffee Club' SUB commitees, Attendant to
Ma Queen, Scabbard and Blade Sponsor, Attendant to K
Club Queen, YWCA
MARY ELLEN PRICE, Education .... Lexington
Kappa Alpha Theta, Panhellenic Council, WAA
ROBERT N. PRICE, A.8t S. ...... Frankfort
American Chemical Society, Alpha Chi Sigma
WALTER K. PRICE, A.8t S. . . . . Lexington
Baptist Student Union, Philosophy Club
WILLIAM C. PRICHARD, Commerce . . . Ashland
Sigma Chi, Veterans Club
JAMES M. PRIDE, Commerce . . . Morganfield
Wesley Foundation, Committee of 240
CHARLES MARTIN PRITCHETT, A.8i S. . Morganfieid
Sigma Nu, vice-president, Intramural Sports
DAVID H. PRUDEN, Engineering ..... Livia
Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Electrical Engineers, Radio En-
IDA M. PRUDEN, A.8t S. ...... Owensboro
Bacteriology Society, Baptist Student Union
ROYCE C. PULLIAM, Law ..... Cynthiana
Alpha Tau Omega, treasurer, Phi Alpha Delta
FRANK RUSSELL PURDY, Commerce . . Lexington
JOHN DANIEL QUERTERMOUS, Commerce . Marion
JAMES EDWIN RADER, Commerce . . Egypt
EDWARD J. RADIN, Engineering . Johnson City, N. Y.
KAREN DRU RAINES, Education . .
Kappa Delta, YWCA, Pitkin Club, Dutch Lunch Club,
League of Women Voters
JAMES W. RAMEY, A.8. S. . . .
Pryor Pre-Med Society, Band
NANCY C. RAMEY, A.8t S. . . . Sharpsburg
Social Work Club, YWCA
LOUISE H. RAMSEY, Education . . . Danville
OLIE F. RAMSEY, Ag.8. Home Ec . .
FAYE RANNEY, A.8. S. . . . .
RALPH G. RANNEY, Law ..... St. Louis, Mo.
Phi Alpha Delta, Student Bar Association
EDWARD O. RAY, A.St S. ...... Louisville
SARA CAROLYN RAYMOND, Education . Smithfield
ARTHUR J. RAZOR, JR., Education . New Castle, Ind.
ELEANOR JEAN RECTOR, Commerce . Independence
DOROTHY E. REDFORD, A.8i S. . . . Roanoke, Va.
House Presidents Council, Sayre Hall, president, YWCA,
Cosmopolitan Club, Outing Club, Disciples Student Fellow-
DAVID LEE REED, Engineering .... Owensboro
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JOHN W. REED, Pharmacy . . . Sellersburg, Ind.
Phi Delta Chi
LEO B. REED, Commerce . . . Lexington
Chamber of Commerce
GLENN M. REES, Commerce . . Bradford
WILLIAM B. REESE, A.8t S. ..... Lexington
Sigma Phi Epsilon
JOHN SAMUEL RENFRO, Engineering . . Lexington
Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Band
ELMER ANDREW REUSCH, A.8. S. . . . Bellevue
American Chemical Society, Tennis
GEORGE N. REYNOLDS, A.8t S. .... Lexington
Alpha 1Tau Omega, Omicron Delta Kappa, Kernel, editor,
managing editor, Press Club, Band, YMCA, Veterans Club
WILLIAM M. Ri-ioADEs, A.8t s. .... Lexington
Delta Tau Delta, Suky, president, Alma Magna Mater
RICHARD F. RHODEMYRE, Engineering . . Ashland
Delta Tau Delta, Pi Tau Sigma, Scabbard and Blade
JO ANN RHODES, Education .... Flemingsburg
Delta Delta Delta
JO ANN RHODES, Education . . St. Albans, W. Va.
Delta Delta Delta, YWCA, SUB committees, K Club Queen
EDWIN D. RICE, Law ........ Louisa
Phi Sigma Kappa, Phi Alpha Delta, Reed Law Club, Student
RUSSELL W. RICE, JR., Engineering . . . Frankfort
Phi Delta Theta, Mechanical Engineers
ROBERT V. RICHARDS, Commerce . . . Covington
White. Math Club, Chamber of Commerce, YMCA, SUB
KITTY P. RICHARDSON, Education . . . Glasgow
Alpha Delta Pi, WAA, secretary, Inter-dorm Council, YWCA,
Cheerleader, Women's Glee Club
MARJORIE ANN RICHEY, A.8i S. .... Glasgow
Delta Delta Delta, YWCA, Kentuckian, League of Women
PAUL RIDDLE, Engineering . . . . McRoberts
JAMES W. RIGGS, Commerce . . . Russell
Delta Tau Delta
WILLIAM M. RILEY, Pharmacy .... Hartford
ALAN G. Rirci-lie, A.8. s. . . . Buffalo, N. Dakota
MARILYN M. RITZ, A.8t S. . . . New Albany, Ind.
WAA, Stray Greeks
AUDAZ RIVERA, A.8. S. . . Atlantic, Ga.
WILLIAM ROACH, Pharmacy ..... Pineville
Kappa Psi, Rho Chi
WILLIAM EUGENE ROACH, Commerce . Harrodsburg
C. A. ROADCAP, Pharmacy ..... Louisville
Phi Delta Chi
OVA PAUL ROADEN, A.8l S. . , . . . Loyall
CLUSTER G. ROBBINS, Engineering . . . Clay City
JOHN LEE ROBERTS, Engineering ..... Paris
Triangle, Electrical Engineers
ROBERT L. ROBERTSON, A.8t S. . . . . Sturgis
Phi Kappa Tau
WILBURN T. ROBERTSON, Engineering . Frankfort
Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Pi Sigma
CARL ROBINETTE, JR., Commerce . . . Ashland
ANN RABURN ROBINSON, Pharmacy . . Ashland
CALVIN R. ROBINSON, A.8t S. .... Owensboro
Alpha Tau Omega, lnterfraternity Council, Debating Team,
Philosophy Club, Veterans Club, YMCA, Young Democrats
DELBERT ROBINSON, A.8- S. .... Hodgenville
EMMETT V. ROGERS, A.8t S. .
Sigma Phi Epsilon
FRANK K. ROGERS, Engineering . . . Louisville
HARRY K. ROGERS, JR., Commerce . . . Frankfort
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Football Team
JOE G. ROGERS, Pharmacy . .
Phi Delta Chi
JOHN T. ROGERS, Engineering ..., Louisville
Pi Tau Sigma
SUZANNE LOUISE ROGERS, Education . . Maysville
Alpha Xi Delta, Student Union Board, Student Government
Association, Cwens, Kappa Delta Pi, Mortar Board, YWCA,
Alma Magna Mater
THOMAS E. ROGERS, Pharmacy . . . Greensburg
Phi Delta Chi, Rho Chi
WILLIAM WARREN ROGERS, Engineering . . Paris
FLOYD DAVID ROSE, Commerce . . . Lexington
Phalanx, Chamber of Commerce, YMCA, Wesley Founda-
FREDERICK ROSE, Engineering .... Lexington
Sigma Phi Epsilon
JOHN H. ROSE, JR., Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Louisville
Block and Bridle, Newman Club
MARY EVELYN ROSE, Commerce .... Irvine
Alpha xi Delta
RALPH W. ROSE, A.8t S. . . . St. Petersburg, Fla.
JAMES E. ROSS, A.8i S. ...... Lexington
Pryor Pre-Med Society, Scabbard and Blade
JOE C. ROSS, A.8t S. ..... Tompkinsville
Phi Eta Sigma, Pryor Pre-Med Society, treasurer, Men's
CANASTA HIT THE CAMPUS...AND "MULE TRAIN"
WALLACE C. ROSS, Engineering . . . Centertown
BARBARA R. ROSSON, A.8i S. . . Washington, D. C.
Kappa Kappa Gamma: League of Women Voters: Women's
Glee Club: House Presidents Council
ANTHONY F. ROTUNNO, A.8. S. . . Canton, Ohio
Kappa Sigma: Newman Club: K Club
ISAAC P. ROUSE, Ag.8i Home Ec .... Midway
Sigma Chi: Lamp and Cross
MARTHA M. ROUTT, Ag.8i Home Ec . Peewee Valley
Phi Upsilon Omicron: Hamilton House: Home Ec Club: 4-I-l
Club: House Presidents Council: Interdorm Council
WINSTON ROUTT, Pharmacy ..... Upton
EDWARD PAUL ROWADY, Engineering . Winchester
Tau Beta Pi: Lances: Sigma Pi Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma: Amer-
ican Society of Metals: Norwood Society
BETTY J. ROWLAND, Education .... Ashland
Women's Glee Club: Choristers: YWCA: Dramatics Club:
CECIL E. ROWLAND, A.8i S. ..... Glasgow
Men's Glee Club: Gamma Theta Upsilon
SYLVAN O. ROY, Pharmacy . . Georgetown, Ind.
Phi Delta Chi: Rho Chi
WALTER L. ROY, A.8- S. .... Lakewood, Ohio
Delta Tau Delta: Men's Glee Club: YMCA: Pitkin Club:
Pryor Pre-Med Society
EDWARD L. RUGGLES, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Springdale
ROSE JEWELL RUH, A.8t S. ..... Lexington
Zeta Tau Alpha: American Chemical Society: Newman Club:
DONALD R. RUSSELL, Engineering . . . Lexington
Sigma Chi, president: Engineering Student Council: Inter-
fraternity Council: Norwood Society: Pitkin Club: YMCA:
ROBERT L. RUSSELL, Commerce . Bluefield, W. Va.
BERNARD C. RYLANDER, A.8- S. . Long Island, N. Y.
JOSEPH Z. SACK, Ag.8i Home Ec . Cincinnati, Ohio
CORA FRANCES SAFFELL, Education . . Frankfort
Kappa Alpha Theta: Troupers: Attendant to Kentuckian
HUBERT B. SALLEE, Engineering . . . Lexington
Newman Club: Electrical Engineers
EARL L. SALYERS, Engineering . . Kings Mountain
OREN A. SAMS, JR., A.8i S. . . Parkersville, W. Va.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon
WILLIE ARNOLD SAMS, Engineering . . Lexington
FLORENCE ALAN SANDERS, Education . Lancaster
Chi Omega: Committee of 240: Future Teachers: League of
JOSUE A. SANTIAGO, Engineering . New York, N. Y.
VIRGINIA BOWIE SATTERFIELD, A.8i S. . Princeton
Zeta Tau Alpha: Phi Beta: Band: Women's Glee Club:
YWCA: Public Relations Club: Choristers
JOHN G. SAUER, Engineering .... Lexington
American Society of Metals: Norwood Society
WILLIAM SAUNDERS, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Hillsboro
Alpha Tau Omega: Phalanx: Rifle Team
KENNETH M. SAUNIER, Commerce . . Lexington
YMCA: Chamber of Commerce
WILSON C. SAUTEBEN, Engineering . . Hopkinsville
JOHN SCANLON, Education ..... Lexington
Newman Club: Future Teachers
WILLIAM E. SCENT, Law . . . . Danville
Phi Delta Theta: Phi Alpha Delta
MAXINE SCHENKS, Education .... Closplint
gang: Future Teachers: Business Education Club: Commerce
STANLEY J. SCHILL, A.8i S. . Valley Stream, N. Y.
Press Club: Kernel: Radio Studios: Veterans Club
HENRY M. SCHIMPELER, Engineering . . Louisville
Sigma Phi Epsilon: Civil Engineers: Newman Club
MARY A. SCHISLER, Education . Portsmouth, Ohio
JEANNINE SCHLEGEL, Education .
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Future Teachers
JOSEPH J. SCHMITZ, Engineering . . . Covington
Eta Kappa Nu
ARTHUR P. SCHNEIDER, Engineering . Nicholasville
PRESTON H. SCHRADER, Engineering . . Anchorage
CARL M. SCHWAB, Pharmacy .... Louisville
HARRY B. SCOTT, JR., Commerce . . . Lexington
HUGH G. SCOTT, Commerce . . . . Lexington
JAMES F. SCOTT, Low ...... Lexington
Beta Gamma Sigma
JUANITA ALMA SCOTT, Ag.8. Home Ec . . London
Home Ec Club: YWCA: Baptist Student Union
CHARLES K. SCROGGINS, Commerce . . Louisville
Phi Delta Theta
EVA MAE SEALE, Commerce . . . . Hazard
Alpha Gamma Delta
BOB L. SEARS, Engineering . . Somerset
PAUL G. SEARS, A.8t S. . . . . Somerset
American Chemical Society
MARLIN SEATON, Ag.8- Home Ec . . Kevil
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'I. PAUL BUSH SEATON, Engineering . . . Lexington
WILLIAM H. SEBASTIAN, Engineering . Petersburg
Eta Kappa Nu
ARTHUR F. SEELHORST, Ag.8t Home Ec ....
. . . . .South Shore
Alpha Gamma Rho: Phalanx: Block and Bridle: Wesley
CHESTER L. SELF, Commerce ..... Olmstead
EDWARD M. SELF, A.8t S. ..... Rockfield
Phi Kappa Tau: Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Wesley Foundation
BENJAMIN R. SEWELL, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Sewell
HERBERT A. SHACKLETT, Engineering . . . Island
Triangle: Electrical Engineers
2.'BARBARA JEAN SHAFER, A.8- S. . . . Lexington
Delta Delta Delta: Phi Beta: Women's Glee Club: YWCA:
LOREN W. SHAFFER, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Karmak, Ill.
ZELMA JEAN SHARFF, Education . . . Park Hills
Radio Studios: Hillel Foundation, executive board: WAA
Council: Suky, tryout manager: Tau Sigma: YWCA
ANN SHARP, Education ....... Liberty
OLA V. SHEETS, Education ..... Owensboro
DON P SHERLOCK, A.8t S. ..... Lexington
Delta Tau Delta: Scabbard and Blade: Patterson Literary
Society: Radio Studios, sports director: Newman Club
GEORGE R. SHERMAN, Engineering . Memphis, Tenn.
Tau Beta Pi: Pi Tau Sigma
3. JAMES C. SHERMAN, Commerce . . . Louisville
JEAN SHERMAN, A.8i S. ...... Lexington
Delta Zeta: Suky: Panhellenic Council: Cwens: Canterbury
MARJORIE C. SHIELDS, Ag.8. Home Ec . Falmouth
Home Ec Club
RONALD E. SHIFLET, Commerce . . . Louisville
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, president
MARTHA E. SHINDELBOWER, Education . Lexington
Phi Beta, vice president: Troupers, secretary: Women's Glee
Club: Choristers: Future Teachers
JAMES A. SHIRLEY, Engineering . . . Lexington
WILLIAM P. SHOEMAKER, Engineering . . Irvine
4. ARVIL L. SHORT, JR., Commerce . . . Louisville
BUFORD A. SHORT, Law . . . . Lexington
Phi Delta Phi
HELEN L. SHORT, Education . . . Ashland
Future Teachers: Glee Club
MARTIN EARL SILER, A.8t S. . . Whitley County
JOE S. SIMMS, Education . . . . Springfield
ROBERT P. SIMON, Ag.8t Home Ec .... Butler
Alpha Zeta: Block and Bridle: Men's Glee Club
KATHERINE A. SIMPF, A.8t S. . . Jersey City, N. J.
Bacteriology Club: Newman Club
JAMES R. SIMS, Ag.8t Home Ec . . . Jamestown
WALLACE EARL SIRIA, Commerce . . Madisonville
Sigma Nu: Glee Club
ALLEN E. SITHER, A.8t S. . . . . Lexington
BETTY MAXEY SIVIS, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Sharpsburg
YWCA: Home Ec Club: Live Wires Committee: 4-H Club:
House Presidents Council: McDowell House, president
RICHARD C. SIZEMORE, A.8t S. . . . Uniontown
WILMER H. SKAGGS, Comerce .... Ashland
WILLIAM E. SLOAN, Law ..... Lexington
Kappa Alpha, vice-president: Phi Alpha Delta, president:
Keys: Lamp and Cross
EDWARD SLONE, Engineering .... Cynthiana
FRED D. SMART, A.8- S. . . . Cloverport
AVA SMITH, Pharmacy . . . . . Burkesville
CAWOOD SMITH, Law ....... Cawood
Phi Delta Phi: Young Democrats: Harlan County Club, presi-
dent: Student Bar Association
EDWIN S. SMITH, Engineering .... Frankfort
ELIZABETH RATLIFF SMITH, JR., Law . . Irvine
YWCA: Mortar Board: Student Bar Association, secretary
GORDON M. SMITH, Commerce . . . Lexington
JOSEPH C. SMITH, Commerce .... Cynthiana
Alpha Tau Omega: Phalanx: Scabbard and Blade
LESLIE C. SMITH, A.8t S. ..... Lexington
Veterans Club Officer: YMCA: Pryor Pre-Med Society:
Philosophy Club: Chess Club
LLOYD WALLACE SMITH, Education . . McKee
PAUL M. SMITH, Commerce .... Versailles
RALPH B. SMITH, Engineering . . . Burnside
RAYMOND SMITH, Engineering ..... Inez
Pi Tau Sigma: Tau Beta Pi: Sigma Pi Sigma: Mechanical
ROBERT G. SMITH, A.8i S. .... Danville, Va.
Lambda Chi Alpha, secretary: Press Club, vice-president:
Kernel: YMCA: Future Teachers
THE LEANING TREES IN FRONT OF BOYD HALL
ROBERT L. SMITH, A.8i S. . . . .
Westmister Fellowship, Interfaith Council, Patterson Literary
Society, secretary YMCA Cabinet, Freshmen Club, presi-
dent, Pitkin Clu
ROBERT S. SMITH, Ag.8. Home Ec .
Alpha Gamma Rho, Omicron Delta Kappa' Alpha Zeta, Stu-
dent Government Association, Phalanx, Wesley Foundation,
president, Dairy Club, vice-president, treasurer, Agronomy
Club, president, treasurer, Pitkin Club, YMCA, Lances, Phi
WALTER H. SMITH, Pharmacy .... Olive Hill
WILLIAM W. SMITH, Education . . . Lexington
W. RONALD SMITHER, Engineering . . Lexington
Mechanical Engineers, vice-president
JOYCE E. SNEDIGAR, A.8. S. .... Lexington
Bacteriology Society, treasurer, French Club
THOMAS N. SNIDER, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Waddy
JOHN W. STALEY, Engineering . . Alexandria, Va.
DOW STALLARD, Education .... Catlettsburg
DANIEL C. STAMER, A.8i S. .... Monticello
Alpha Tau Omega, Scabbard and Blade, Track, German Club
WILLIAM STAMPEN, Ag.8i Home Ec . Waynesburg
ROBERT C. STAMPER, Engineering . . . Jackson
FRANCIS S. STAPLETON, A.8i S. . . Flat Gap
IRVINE P. STAPP, A.8l S. . . . . Lancaster
ROGER N. STARK, Engineering .... Lexington
Alpha Gamma Delta, Tau Sigma, Troupers
GEORGE O. SNYDER, A.8i S. ..... Newport
Northern Kentucky Club
FRANK K. SOUTHWORTH, A.8i S. . Pittsburg, Penn.
Delta Tau Delta, Chamber of Commerce
WILLIAM H. SOWERS, Law . . Portsmouth, Ohio
HARRIETTE SPAULDING, Education . Bowling Green
Kappa Alpha Theta, WAA
HENRY S. SPAULDING, Education .
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Newman Club
. . Bardstown
WILLIAM C. SPARKS, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Princeton
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega
GEORGE T. SPARROW, Engineering . . . Lexington
Alpha Tau Omega
MARIA JANE SPARROW, Law . Huntington, W. Va.
Kappa Sigma, Student Government Association, Phi Eta
Sigma, Civil Engineers, Tau Beta Pi
E. JOYCE STEELE, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Paintsville
Delta Zeta, French Club, YWCA, Alma Magna Mater, Home
GEORGE EDWIN STEELE, Commerce . . . Ashland
JAMES K. STEELE, A.8i S. .... . . Fulton
DONALD J. STEILBERG, Engineering . Valley Station
BRUCE STEPHENS, JR., Law ..... Royalton
Phi Alpha Delta
CHESTER M. STEPHENS, Commerce . . . Paducah
JOSEPH C. STEPHENS, Engineering . . . Lexington
EUGENE C. STEVENS, Engineering . . Hazard
YMCA, Veterans Club, Suky, president
JEAN LOUISE STEVENS, Education . . . Louisville
Kappa Alpha Theta, secretary, Cwens, Sudent Bar As-
sociation, YWCA, Spanish Club, Outing Club, Newman Club
CLYDE C. SPEARS, Education . .
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pershing Rifles
DONALD E. SPEARS, Education . . .
Sigma Phi Epsilon
JOSEPH T. SPEER, Pharmacy ....
EUGENE SPENCER, Ag.8. Home Ec .
. Belle, W. Va.
Belle, W. Va.
. . Jackson
MARYANNE SPENCER, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Louisville
Delta Delta Delta
MERLE VIRGINIA SPENCER, Commerce . , Bellevue
geta Tau Alpha, secretary, treasurer, YWCA, Panhellenic
THOMAS R. SPILLMAN, A.8i S. . . . Berea
Kentuckian, Kernel, Press Club
JOHN L. SPINKS, Engineering . . . Lexington
Triangle, Mechanical Engineers
RAY EARL SPRINGER, A.8i S. . . Henderson
Council, Physical Education Club, secretary'
JOHN J. STEVENS, Pharmacy .... Fort Knox
BARBARA LEE STEWART, A.8i S. . Tiptonville, Tenn.
Alpha Delta Pi, Glee Club, WBKY
JAMES B. STEWART, Engineering . . . Paducah
Kappa Sigma, Civil Engineers, Scabbard and Blade
KENNETH G. STEWART, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Wildie
Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle
ROBERT F. STEWART, Engineering . . . Paducah
Delta Tau Delta
JANICE CLAIR STILLE, Education , . . Lexington
Alpha Xi Delta, Suky, Phi Beta, Tau Sigma, Cheerleader
BETTY ANN STOLL, A.8i S. .... Morgantield
Kappa Alpha Theta, YWCA, League of Women Voters,
GEORGE RIVES STOLL, Commerce . . Morganfield
Pi Kappa Alpha, Young Democrats, Veterans Club
THE "CAMPUS", "CALL DOWN", HPRGBATION
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JAMES MORRISON STONE, Engineering . Louisville
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, treasurer, Sigma Pi Sggma,
Qlgtha ElribSigma, recorder, Norwood Society, Veterans lub,
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JOHN B. STONER, A.8i S. ..... Louisville
ANGELO STORTI, Commerce . . . Elmsford, N. Y.
JOHN L. STOUT, Commerce ..... Versailles
HORACE M. STRATTON, JR., Commerce . Bondville
JOHN S. STREET, Ag.8i Home Ec .... Cadiz
Alpha Gamma Rho, Pershing Rifles, Glee Club
WILLIAM H. STROHBECK, Pharmacy . . Louisville
JACK H. STROTHER, A.8i S. .... Henderson
Delta Tau Delta, Chamber of Commerce, Intramurals
BETTY M. STRUNK, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Lexington
YWCA Cabinet, Interfaith Council, secretary, Pitkin Club,
secretary, Dutch Lunch, secretary, Home Ec Club, League of
Women Voters, Glee Club, SUB committee, lst attendant to
Fall Festival Queen, Disciples Student Fellowship
AARON T. SULLIVAN, A.8t S. ..., Lexington
Scabbard and Blade, Veterans Club
CHARLES W. SULLIVAN, Engineering . . Lexington
Triangle, Civil Engineers
ROBERT STEPHEN SUMMERS, Engineering . Glendale
Phi Sigma Kappa, Eta Kappa Nu, YMCA Cabinet, Pitkin
Club, Ky. Engineer Staff
THOMAS ESTILL SUTHERLAND, Engineering . .
Q ..... Charleston, W. Va.
WILLIAM T. SWAIN, Engineering . Memphis, Tenn.
Tau Beta Pi
WALTER SWANSON, Engineering . . Kearny, N. J.
WILLIAM C. SWIFT, A.8i S. ..... Lexington
MARY JOUETT SWINFORD, Education . Cynthiana
Kappa Kappa Gamma, League of Women Voters, Future
Teachers, YWCA, Koffee Club
MARTHA F. SWOFFORD, Ag.8. Home Ec . Richmond
Delta Zeta, YWCA Cabinet, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Wesley
Foundation Cabinet, Home Economics Club, Mortar Board
SAMUEL B. SWOPE, Commerce .... Stanford
Glee Club, Chamber of Commerce, Band
MARIE L. SYMPSON, Education . . . Bardstown
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Newman Club, WAA
THOMAS EDWARD TABB, Commerce . . . Dover
Sigma Chi, Chamber of Commerce, Baseball
GEORGE H. TALBOTT, Engineering . . . Lexington
ALLEN Y. TALMADGE, Comerce . . . Owensboro
STANLEY MARVIN TARTER, A.8. S. . . Somerset
Alpha Chi Sigma, Phalanx, Mens Glee Club, YMCA, Wes-
ley Foundation, American Chemical Society
OMAR LEE TATUM, Commerce .... Louisville
Delta Tau Delta, Tennis, Chamber of Commerce
RALPH D. TATUM, Commerce .... Louisville
Delta Tau Delta, treasurer, Tennis, YMCA, Suky
AARON TAYLOR, Commerce . . Kingsport, Tenn.
Phi Kappa Tau, Chamber of Commerce, Veterans Club
DANIEL THOMAS TAYLOR, Ill, A.8i S. . . Buechel
Phi Delta Theta, Debating Team
DELBERT A. TAYLOR, Engineering . . Scottsville
Pi Tau Sigma, Mechanical Engineers
JACKSON A. TAYLOR, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Victory
RALPH NELSON TAYLOR, Commerce . Farmington
ROBERT T. TAYLOR, Engineering . . . Erlington
Eta Kappa Nu
THOMAS M. TAYLOR, Pharmacy . . Bowling Green
Phi Delta Chi
RONALD E. TERRELL, Engineering .... Barlow
Independents, Radio Engineers, Electrical Engineers
ANGELO C. TESTA, Engineering . Williamsport, Penn.
Delta Chi, Newman Club
LILLIAN THATCHER, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Alexandria
Home Ec Club, YWCA, Band
CHARLES R. THEOBALD, Engineering . . Lexington
Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Mechanical Engineers
CLIFFORD THOMAS, JR., Education . . Lexington
DOUGLAS COY THOMAS, A.8i S. . . Lexington
Pryor Pre-Med Society
GEORGE R. THOMAS, A.8i S. . . Ashland
JAMES C. THOMAS, Commerce . . Maysville
SARA BENNETT THOMAS, A.8i S. . . . Paris
Chi Omega, Phi Beta, Canterbury Club
WINFORD B. THOMAS, Ag.8. Home Ec . Shelbyville
Kappa Alpha, Alpha Zeta, Phi Eta Sigma, Men's Glee Club
BETTY THOMPSON, Pharmacy ..... Paris
BRENT D. THOMPSON, Ag.8i Home Ec . Hodgenville
Alpha Gamma Rho, Block and Bridle
JOE C. THOMPSON, Engineering . . . Pikeville
Eta Kappa Nu, Electrical Engineers
THOMAS FOREST THOMPSON, A.8i S. . Owensboro
Phi Delta Theta, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade
BEAVIN THORNSBERRY, Ag.8t Home Ec . Hodgenville
RAYMOND C. THORNTON, Engineering . Lexington
Pi Tau Sigma, Newman Club, Mechanical Engineers
FAREWELL TO RIVER PARTIES AND SERENADES
1. RANDALL B. THORP, Engineering . . . Lexington
Sigma Chi: Guignol: American Society of Metals: YMCA:
PAUL H. THRELKELD, Engineering .
Tau Beta Pi: Civil Engineers
HARRY D. TIMMONS, Engineering .
ALFRED P. TOLLEY, Engineering .
KENNETH C. TOOMEY, A.8- S. . .
Patterson Literary Society
THOMAS O. TOWNES, Commerce .
Delta Tau Delta, house manager: Lances:
Scabbard and Blade
CHARLES C. TRIBBLE, A.8l S. .
2. ERNESTINE S. TRIBBLE, Education
Choristers: Women's Glee Club
LOU ELLEN TRIMBLE, Commerce .
. . Danville
. . .Burna
Zeta Tau Alpha, president, secretarv: Women's Glee Club:
Panhellenic Council: YWCA: Secretarial Club
LEE C. TRUMAN, JR., Commerce . . . Owensboro
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Football
FRED GENTRY TUCKER, A.8i S. .... Louisville
JANE C. TUCKER, Education ..... Liberty
League of Women Voters: Future Teachers: YWCA: Alpha
CHARLES KENNETH TUDOR, Engineering . Jackson
Kappa Alpha: Intramurals
JOHN D. TUGGLE, Ag.8t Home Ec .... Albany 6.
Pitkin Club: Agronomy Club
3. JOHN WILSON TULLY, A.8i S. .... Fort Knox
Delta Tau Delta: German Club: Phi Mu Alpha, vice-presi-
dent: Pershing Rifles: Scabbard and Blade: Men's Glee Club
LOREN WAYNE TUNE, Engineering . . Paintsville
Triangle: Civil Engineers
LINUS MARTIN TUPMAN, Engineering . . Bellevue
Eta Kappa Nu: Radio Engineers
CARL R. TURNER, Commerce . . . Blue Ash, Ohio
Lambda Chi Alpha, vice-president: Scabbard and Blade:
Spiked Shoe Society: K Club: YMCA: Veterans Club: Cham-
ber of Commerce
ROBERT L. TUTHILL, Commerce . . . Lexington
Chamber of Commerce: Canterbury Club
ANN BATES ULINSKI, Education . . . Louisville
HARRY J. ULINSKI, Education . . . Louisville
Football, Captain: K Club
4. THOMAS R. UNDERWOOD, Law . . . Lexington
Phi Delta Theta: Phi Delta Phi: Lamp and Cross: Radio
Studios: Democratic Club, president: Lances: Student Union
ADELE J. URBACH, A.8i S. ..... Louisville
Bacteriology Society: Hillel Foundation: Band: Orchestra:
Women's Glee Club
ROBERT H. UTTERBACK, Commerce . . Frankfort
Sigma Phi Upsilon
DIRK A. VAN GEMEREN, Engineering ....
. .... The Netherlands
Pi Tau Sigma
OWEN D. VANCE, Commerce . . Lexington
Alpha Tau Omega
THOMAS B. VANCE, Pharmacy . . . . Upton
LOIS LYNN VAN METER, Education . . Lexington
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Canterbury Club: League of Women
Voters: Future Teachers: Cheerleader
5.JOSEPH D. VAUGHAN, Commerce . . . Marion
JAMES T. VAUGHN, A.8t S. .... Williamsburg
MARY WOOD VAUGHN, Education . Dallas, Texas
Chi Omega: YWCA: League of Women Voters
PAUL G. VAUGHN, A.8i S. ..... Lexington
CLARENCE T. VERTREES, Ag.8. Home Ec . Glendale
ADA RUTH VEST, A.8i S. ..... Lexington
Delta Zeta: Social Work Club: Campus Club: YWCA
CARL VINCENT, JR., Engineering . . . Henderson
Eta.Kappa Nu: Veterans Club: Electrical Engineers: vice-
CAREY T. VINSON, A.8. S. ...... Cadiz
Pryor Pre-Med Society: Baptist Student Union: Interfaith
ARTHUR VOSS, Pharmacy ..... Louisville
GEORGE A. VOSSLER, Ag.8. Home EC . . Lexington
Alpha Tau Omega: Newman Club: Veterans Club
GLENNA ANITA WADDELL, Commerce . Covington
Alpha Gamma Delta, treasurer: Women's Glee Club: YWCA
DOROTHY L. WAITS, Education . . . Lexington
STEWART L. WAITS, Ag.8i Home EC . . Frankfort
DOYLE C. WALKER, Commerce .
. . .Marion
WILLIAM K. WALKER, Commerce . . . Ravenna
Sigma Phi Epsilon
JOHN H. WALLACE, Commerce . . Sparta, Tenn.
VICTOR WALLACE, Pnarnnaay . . . . . Eiva
Phi Delta Chi
WILLIAM C. WARD, Commerce . . . . Milton
Phi Delta Theta
WILLIAM E. WARDMAN, Engineering . . Ashland
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Band: American Society of Metals
WILLIAM R. WARE, JR., Engineering . . Lexington
Delta Tau Delta: Pershing Rifles: Rifle Team
DORIS A. WARREN, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Owenton
Phi Upsilon Omicron: Home Ec Club: YWCA: Alma Magna
Mater: Fluture Teachers
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1. WARREN W. WALTON, JR., Engineering . Allensville
Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Baptist Student Union, Ashland
Oil Co. Award
JAMES C. WASH, Engineering . . . Lexington
Pi Kappa Alpha, Civil Engineers
HARRY L. WASHBURN, Engineering . . Lexington
Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Student Council, Metallurgical
FORREST R. WASHER, Engineering . . . Boston
CHARLES WATHEN, Pharmacy .... Louisville
JOHN C. WATKINS, Commerce . . . Cynthiana
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, SUB committees, Veterans Club
CLYDE P. WATTS, Commerce .... Carrollton
Sigma Nu, vice-president, Lamp and Cross, Lanccs, secre-
tary, Student Government Association, Keys
2.WILLlAM L. WAYMAN, Engineering . . Covington
Sigma Phi Epsilon
E. RYBURN WEAKLEY, Ag.8. Home Ec . Shelbyville
Alpha Gamma Rho, Omicron Delta Kappa, president, Alpha
Zeta, Suky, Lamp and Cross, Block and Bridle, Phi -Eta
Sigma, president, Keys, Student Government Association,
Lances, 4-l-l Club, lnterfraternity Council, treasurer
CORNELIA R. WEATHERBY, Education . Middletown
GLENN WEATHERSPOON, Engineering . . . Fulton
Kappa Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau
Sigma, Lances, Scabbard and Blade, president, ROTC, cadet
colonel, Mechanical Engineers
FLOYD G. WEBB, JR., Ag.8. Home Ec . . Lexington
JOSEPH A. WEBB, Engineering . . Franklin, N. C.
SAMUEL C. WEBB, A.8t S. ...... Neon'
Alpha Sigma Phi, Pryor Pre-Med Society
3. ROBERT S. WEBSTER, Engineering . . Frankfort
RICHARD G. WEIL, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Lexington
Zeta Beta Tau
WILLIAM M. WELCH, Engineering . . Louisville
Pi Kappa Alpha, Civil Engineers
BETTY JO WELLS, Education . . . Mt. Olivet
Future Teachers, Committee of 240, YWCA, Bacteriology'
FRANCES EVELYN WELLS, Education . Bloomfieldl
Alpha Xi Delta
HAROLD G. WELLS, A.8. S. . . Hazard'
Lambda Chi Alpha
MORRIS P. WELLS, Engineering . . . Frankfort
4. RUSSELL W. WELLS, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Blaine
FAYE WESLEY, Ag.8t Home Ec . . . Cloverport
Alpha Gamma Delta, Home Ec Club, YWCA, Wesley Foun-
AND WHEELS, AND HEELS
JAMES P. WESLEY, Commerce . . Morehead
ROBERT P. WESLEY, Commerce . . Morehead
JAMES V. WEST, Commerce . . . . Lexington
Delta Tau Delta, Men's Glee Club
JOYCE E. WEST, A.8t S. ..... Williamsburg
Phi Beta, Women's Glee Club, Radio Studios, Choristers,
Troupers, YWCA, Committee of 240, Band
WILLIAM S. WESTERFIELD, JR., Commerce . Latonia
Accounting Club, Chamber of Commerce
ROBERT A. WHARTON, Engineering .....
. . . . .Parkersburg,W.Va.
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, lnterfraternity Council,
Student Government Association, president, Omicron Delta
Kappa, Larnp. and Cross, Lances, Phi Eta Sigma, Kentucky
Engineer, Civil Engineers, Track Manager, Band, Radio Stu-
GEORGE WHEELER, Pharmacy ...... Paris
WILLIAM H. WHEELER, Commerce . . . Ashland
CARL B. WHITE, Engineering . . . Tallega
DOROTHY A. WHITE, A.8t S. . . Newport
JAMES P. WHITE, Commerce . . . Lexington
JOSEPH L. WHITE, Engineering . . Lexington
KYLE R. WHITE, Engineering . Huntington, W. Va.
Alpha Phi Omega, American Society of Metals
NORMA AILEEN WHITE, A.8. S. . . . Lexington
Zeta Tau Alpha, YWCA, Dutch Lunch Club, German Club,
Bacteriology Society, White Math Club
WILLIAM E. WHITE, A.8i S. ..... Sturgis
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pryor Pre-Med Society, president, treas-
urer, German Club
EDWARD C. WHITFIELD, JR., Ag.8. Home Ec . Kitts
Phi Delta Theta, Alpha Chi Sigma
MARY RUTH WHITLEY, A.8t S. .... Paducah
Bacteriology Society, YWCA
ROBERT BLAKE WHITNEY, Engineering . . Sebree
PAUL WHITT, Pharmacy ..... Mt. Sterling
WILLIAM WHITTENBURG, Commerce . . Lexington
ROGER P. WHITTON, Commerce . . . Frankfort
RICHARD IRVIN WILDING, Commerce . . Louisville
CORLESS F. WILEY, Ag.8. Home Ec . Misawalker, Ind.
CLARENCE CECIL WILLIAMS, A.8. S. . Nicholasville
GEORGE C. WILLIAMSON, Engineering . . Wicklitfe
Triangle, vice-president, Electrical Engineers, lnterfraternity
BARBARA J. WILLING, A.8. S. .... Lexington
Kappa Alpha Theta, Panhellenic Council, Canterbury Club,
GOODBYE, FAREWELL, SO LONG. .FOREVER
1.CONRAD M. WILLIS, Engineering . . . Millwood
GLENN E. WILLS, Commerce .... Shelbyville
Delta Tau Delta, corresponding secretary, Suky, Phil Eta
Sigma, YMCA, Chamber of Commerce, Beta Gamma Sigma
KENNETH WILLS, A.8i S. . . . Groy's Branch
WARREN WILLS, Commerce . . . Niles, Ohio
JIMMIE DORIS WILSON, Education . . Moro, Ark.
ALLEN F. WILSON, A.8t S. . . . . . Lexington
Men's Glee Club, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Beta Kappa
B. L. WILSON, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Russell Springs
2. CHARLES WILSON, Engineering . Williamson, W. Va.
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Electrical Engineers, Cooperstown Coun-
DAVID S. WILSON, Engineering . . . Lexington
Kappa Alpha, Pi Tau Sigma, Rifle Team, Mechanical Engi-
GILBERT M. WILSON, Law ..... Paint Lick
Phi Alpha Delta
HAROLD M. WILSON, Commerce . . Paris
HOBERT B. WILSON, Ag.8t Home Ec . . . Helton
Pistol and Rifle Club
E. JEANNE WILSON, A.8i S. ..... Lexington
Alpha Xi Delta, secretary, Alma Magna Mater,ALeague of
Women Voters, YWCA, SUB committees, Tau Sigma, Ken-
tuckian, business manager, Guignol
JOHN R. WILSON, Ag.8t Home Ec . . . Cynthiana
3. FREDERICK H. WINTSCH, Engineering . Mumtordville
Phi Sigma Kappa, Electrical Engineers
GEORGE I. WITT, Commerce .... Lexington
Kappa Sigma, Intramurals
JOHN D. WITT, Engineering . .
Triangle, Civil Engineers
ZOLLIE L. WITT, Engineering .... Lexington
Alpha Sigma Phi
GLENN WOLFINBARGER, Pharmacy .... Irvin
RICHARD G. WOMACK, Engineering . . Old Town
Pi Tau Sigma, Mechanical Engineers
RICHARD M. WOMACK, Ag.8f Home Ec . Harrodsburg
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
. . Krypton
4. WILLIAM LEE WOMACK, Engineering .....
. . . . . Huntington, W. Va.
JAMES A. WOMBLE, Commerce ..... Milber
Chamber of Commerce, Veterans Club
KENNETH L. WOOD, A.8. S. .... Lexington
Alpha Sigma Phi, YMCA, Newman Club, Phalanx, Kernel,
Freshman Handbook, SUB committees, Radio Studios
NEREE H. WOOD, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Alexandria
Hamilton House, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Home Ec Club, 4-H
Club, Mortar Board
WOODSON T. WOOD, Law ..... Maysville
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Alpha Delta, Student Government
A ciati n' Ba d R ed Club resident, Student Bar As-
ssp U o , n , e , p
JACK W. WOODS, Pharmacy . .
CHARLES E. WOODWARD, Commerce
Sigma Chi, Phalanx, Pitkin Club, YMCA
WILLIAM L. WOODWARD, Education
Future Teachers, Gamma Theta Upsilon
CARROLL E. WORD, A.8. S. . .
Philosophy Club, Pitkin Club
JAMES A. WORD, A.8t S. .
JOHN H. WORD, Engineering . .
OREN A. WORFORD, Engineering .
HUBERT C. WRIGHT, Commerce .
JOHN B. WYATT, Law ....... Graccy
Phi Alpha Delta, Student Bar Association, Brandeis Law
CHARLES W. YOUNG, Engineering . . Hopkinsville
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, secretary, Mechanical Engineers, sec-
DONALD J. YOUNG, Commerce . . . Lexington
JOHN EDWIN YOUNG, Engineering . . Lexington
Triangle, lnterfraternity Council, Electrical Engineers
PAUL MARTIN YOUNG, Commerce . . . Louisville
Football, Troupers, Spiked Shoe Society, manager, Newman
Club, K Club
SARAH ANN YOUTSEY, Education . . Ft. Mitchell
Kappa Delta, YWCA, Newman Club, Outing Club, Pitkin
HENRY ZAX, Pharmacy ...... Louisville
Phi Delta Chi
WILLIAM B. ZINSER, Pharmacy .... Louisville
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LESLIE KEENE ADAMS, Engineering . . Lexington
PAUL W. ADAMS, Commerce . . Ashland
WILLIAM M. ADAMS, Engineering . . Ashland
WILLIAM NELSON ADAMS, Pharmacy Louisville
SHIRLEE AKERS, A.8i S. .... Carrollton
WARREN ALBRIGHT, Engineering . Louisville
DOROTHY FRANCES ALLEN, A.8t S. Lexington
FRANK V. BENTON, Law ..... Louisville
ROBERT HARRIS BENTON, Pharmacy . . . Irvine
WARREN G. BIGGS, Engineering . Flushing, N. Y.
ELIZABETH L. BILLITER, Commerce . . Winchester
2.JANET ALLEN ANDERSON, A.8. S. . . Owingsville
MAX W. ANKNEY, A.8t S. . . . Somerset, Penn.
EDWARD MYRON APPLEBAUM, Engineering . .
. . . . .Brookline, Mass.
KENNETH H. ASHBY, Ag.8. Home Ec . Hopkinsville
COLLEEN JOY ATHERTON, Education . . Livermore
GEORGE B. BAKER, JR., A.8i S. . . Beltrey
BETTY EWING BALL, A.8t S. . . Louisville
3. EMMA LILY BARNES, Ag.8t Home Ec . Beaver Dam
'THOMAS E. BARNES, Commerce . . Beaver Dam
FRANK EDWARD BARNETT, Engineering . Erlington
'LEVICY JANE BARNETT, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Bogdad
KINNE BARNETT, Engineering .... Lexington
DORIS ROSE BARRY, Commerce . . Louisville
BETH BARTLETT, A.8- S. . . . . Louisville
4. BARBARA A. BEAM, Engineering . . . Bardstown
JOHN D. BEATTY, Engineering . . Burlington, Iowa
WILLIAM KIRBY BENJAMIN, Pharmacy . Mayfield
MARTHA L. BISHOP, Education .... Louisville
GEORGE MORRISON BLACK, A.8. S. . . Richmond
HAROLD R. BLACK, Engineering . . . London
JAMES C. BLAIR, Law ...... Akron, Ohio
ANN T. BLAKE, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Paris
LUCIA ANN BLAND, Education . . . Lexington
JOHN G. BLANKENSHIP, Commerce . . Ashland
KENNETH LEE BLEVINS, Commerce . . Covington
JOHN C. BOOE, Commerce ..... Frankfort
HENRY RAYMOND BOSWELL, Pharmacy . . Union
ROBERT D. BOULTER, Commerce .
ANNE BOYD, Education . . . Huntington, W. Vo.
JOHN MICHAEL BRABANT, A.8t S. . . . Elkton
MARY ANN BRADFORD, A.8t S. . . Covington
LOIS BIRCHFIELD BRADLEY, A.8. S. . . Lexington
MARY HOLMES BRAND, Education . Salem, Va.
WILLIAM E. BRANDENBURG, A.8t S. . . Lexington
EUGENE J. BREIDING, Engineering . Boonton, N. J.
NANCY JEAN BRIGHT, A.8t S. . . . Lexington
WALTER BROOKS, JR., Commerce . . . Louisville
LESTER R. BRYANT, A.8- S. . . . . Lexington
THE VISION OF OUR DIPLOMAS
ARDEN MARION BULLOCK, A.8. S. . Cincinnati, Ohio
RAY H. BURCH, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Nicholasville
LANDON K. BURCHAM, Ag.8. Home Ec . Owensboro
BERNARD BURCHETT, A.8. S. . . . Prestonsburg
FRANCIS MARION BURD, Pharmacy . . Hardyville
GEORGE THOMAS BURKE, Engineering . . Danville
WILLIAM HAROLD BURKS, A.8i S. . . Borger, Texas
EVERETT BURTON, JR., Law . . Portsmouth, Ohio
HARRY G. CALDWELL, A.8. S. . . . Williamstown
JAMES K. CALDWELL, JR., Ag.8. Home Ec . Walton
CHARLES L. CALK, Education .... Lexington
LOLLY ANN CALL, A.8- S. . . Mamaroneck, N. J.
NANCY L. CAMP, Ag.8. Home Ec . Charleston, W. Va.
BERTIE J. CAPSHAW, Engineering . . . Gamaliel
JAMES R. CARR, A.8. S. ...... Louisville
WILLIAM P CARROLL, Engineering . Elizabethtown
DORIS MAE CATLIN, A.8i S. ..... Paducah
ALLISON H. CAUDILL, Engineering . . Salyersville
EARL E. CAUDILL, Commerce . Huntington, W. Va.
ALEX S. CHAMBERLAIN, Ag.8i Home Ec . Ashland
MARY JANE CHATFIELD, A.8. S. . . Louisa
DAVID CHEEK, Commerce . . Frankfort
FRANK R. CHIDRESS, Commerce . . Louisville
CHARLES A. CLARKE, Commerce . Mays Lick
JOHN C. CLAY, JR., Ag.8i Home Ec . . Paris
JOE BILL CLEMENT, Pharmacy ..... Marion
ROBERT E. CLEMENTS, Ag.8i Home Ec . Madisonville
PHILLIP G. CLIFFORD, Ag.8t Home Ec . Elizabethtown
PHYLLIS ANN CLIVER, Education . . . Louisville
THOMAS E. CLORE, Engineering . . . Eminence
EDWARD M. COFFMAN, A.8t S. . . . Hopkinsville
ANNE LOU COLBURN, Education . Cleveland, Ohio
WINTER H. COLLINS, A.8- S. . . . Flemingsburg
RAY COLTON, JR., Commerce . San Francisco, Calif.
DONALD COMBS, A.8. S. . .... Hazard
DOROTHY COMBS, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Hazard
WILLIAM H. COMBS, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Oneida
BETTY F. COMPTON, A.8- S. .... Morehead
CONLEY C. CONGLETON, Engineering . Barbourville
ELIZABETH MAY CONNER, Ag.8. Home Ec . . .
. . . . .St. Petersburg, Fla.
JEWELL PATRICE CONWAY, Education . Frankfort
EWELL P. CONYERS, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Owingsville
KATHERINE V. COOK, A.8i S. . . Pittsburgh, Penn.
RUSSELL H. COOK, Engineering . Portsmouth, Ohio
HELEN J. COOLEY, Ag.8. Home Ec . Blue Ash, Ohio
LETA FAYE COOPER, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Frazer
WALLER W. COOPER, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Henderson
HAROLD LEE CORNETT, Commerce . . . Hazard
SMILEY E. COURTNEY, Commerce . . . Lexington
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WILBUR G. COX, Commerce . . .
JOE T. COYLE, A.8t S. .... New
JEAN LILLIAN CRAFT, Commerce . .
MARY ROBERTS CRAFTON, A.8- S. .
ALICE INDA CRAIG, Ag.8. Home Ec .
JOAN CRAWFORD, Education . . .
CAROLYN CRITCHLOW, A.8t S. . Union
CHARLES WARREN CROCKETT, Comme
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IRVING CROSBY, Ag.8. Home Ec . Walterboro, S. C.
PHILLIP JACK CUBRANIC, Engineering
VIRGINIA CUNNINGHAM, A.8t S.
HERBERT H. CUTTER, Engineering . .
JIM DARST, A.8. S. ..... .
BRIAN W. DAUGHERTY, Law .
JOSEPHINE F. DAUGHERTY, A.8. S. .
SARAH ANN DAVIDSON, Ag.8i Home Ec
MARGARET E. DAVIS, A.8t S. . .
WILLIAM E. DAVIS, Engineering . North
VICTOR M. DEAREN, Ag.8. Home Ec .
ROBERT C. DEEN, Engineering . . .
THOMAS B. DEEN, Engineering . . .
DICK DICKEN, Commerce . . .
HUGH D. DILLEHAY, Engineering . .
JOHN DISKIN, Law ......
. . Mentor
. Ft. Thomas
LET NO FUN PASS BY
EUNICE IRENE DIXSON, Ag.8. Ho
BETSY BISHOP DODGE, A.8. S. .
MARCUS D. DODSON, Engineering .
DONALD J. DONOHUE, A.8. S. . .
FREDERICK G. DORR, Commerce .
SUE DOSSETT, Ag.8. Home Ec . .
eEc . . Hazard
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. Chicago, Ill.
CHARLES E. DRUITT, A.8. S. . . Washington, D. C.
E. J. DRYER, Engineering . .
MELVIN K. DUKE, Law . .
MARTHA L DURHAM, A.8i S. .
EDWARD H. DURNIL, Comerce . .
CLARA LAVINA EARLY, A.8t S.
HOLLIS E. EDMONDS, Law . . .
. . Louisville
JEWELL DEEN ELLIS, Ag.8t Home Ec . Gravel Switch
SHIRLEY ALMA ELLIS, Ag.8t Home Ec . Gravel SN2t:h
OLLIE BENNETT EMERINE, Pharmacy . Vine Grove
SYLVAN HARLIN ENGLAND, Pharmacy . . Flippin
PATSY C. ENNIS, A.8. S. . . . .
. . Lancaster
DAVID C. EPPLEY, Commerce . . . Lansing, Mich.
WILLIAM C. ERNEST, Commerce .
JOHN A. EWING, Ag.8. Home Ec .
KENNETH O'HARA FAGAN, A.8. S. . .
BARBARA LEE FAIN, A.8t S. . . .
B. C. FAIRCHILD, Engineering . .
WE'VE GOT THE HANG OF PARTIES
CARL FAITH, A.8t S. . . . .
RICHARD B. FELNER, Commerce .
GILBERT L. FELTEL, Engineering .
JUANITA V. FERGUS, Ag.8. Home Ec
BRUCE S. FERGUSON, A.8. S. . . .
KENT FLOYD, Law ....
ANN HAWLEY FOOTE, Education .
JOHN E. FORD, Commerce . .
LOUIS M. FORD, A.8t S. . . . .
WILLIAM BAIN FOSTER, Commerce .
JAMES D. FOTHERGILL, Education
JAMES H. FOWLER, Ag.8t Home Ec
. . Praise
. . Carson
DON FOWLS, Commerce . . . Huntington, W. Va.
ALEXANDER B. FRAME, A.8- S. . .
WILLIAM W. FRANCIS, Law . . .
BILLY JANE FREEMAN, A.8. S. .
CAROLINE E. FREEMAN, A.8t S. .
WILLIAM T. FRISCH, Ag.8t Home Ec
JAMES W. FRITTS, A.8I S. . . .
JACQUELINE FROST, A.8t S. . .
GUY P. FULLER, Pharmacy . .
PATSY ANN FUTRELL, A.8t S. .
FLETCHER GABBARD, A.8. S. . .
JAMES LEE GADDIS, Pharmacy . .
WILLIAM B. GAINES, Engineering .
. Carr Creek
Clifton, N. J.
. Sand Gap
MAGDALENE GAMBLIN, Ag.8t Home Ec ....
. . . . .Madisonville
MARGARET SALENDA GARRETT, A.8t S. . Lexington
NANCY JANE GASKIN, A.8i S. . . Buffalo, N. Y.
5. MARTHA ANN GAUNTT, Ag.8. Home Ec ....
. . . . .Milltown,N.J.
MARIETTA GEORGIADOU, Commerce .....
. . . . .Athens, Greece
OSCAR H. GERALDS, JR., Commerce . . Lexington
THEODORE C. GESLING, Engineering . . Ashland
THOMAS B. GILMORE, Ag.8i Home Ec .....
. . . . . Newburgh, N. Y.
JACK L. GOLDBEN, Commerce ,... Lexington
FRANCES MARIE GOLDSTEIN, Education . Owensboro
IRVIN L. GOLDSTEIN, Education . . Louisville
CHARLES R. GOODIN, Commerce . . Lebanon
JOEL C. GORDON, Commerce . . . Crofton
NORMAN S. GORDON, Commerce . . Lexington
PAUL ALLAN GORDON, A.8i S. . Brooklyn, N. Y.
DONALD K. GRAHAM, Commerce . . Louisville
PEGGY SHIELDS GRAHAM, Ag.8t Home Ec . Bluefield
FAWN JEAN GREY, Education . .
. Rockford, Ill.
CHARLES D. GREEN, Ag.8t Horne Ec . . . Rumsey
ROBERT E. GREGORY, Education . . Covington
GERALD ROBIN GRIFFIN, Law . . Lexington
HAL C. GRIFFIN, A.8t S. . . . . Clinton
JOHN T. GRIFFIN, A.8t S. . . . . Lexington
JOE S. GRIMES, Ag.8t Home Ec . . . Stanford
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1. CHARLES R. GROMLEY, Law . Marion Center, Penn.
WILLIAM D. GROTE, JR., Engineering .
ANN V. GRUBBS, Education ....
ELIZABETH W. GUENTHER, Education
JOHN W. GUTERMUTH, Engineering .
ANN DRAFFEN GUTHRIE, A.8I S. .
HENRY LEE GUTHRIE, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Danville
2. PREBEN M. HAAGENSEN, Engineering . Recife, Brazil
EUGENIA LEE HADEN, A.8r S. .... Richmond
REX HAMPTON HAILE, Pharmacy . . . Herndon
ROSE MARY HALEY, A.8r S. . . . Brooksville
BARBARA ANN HALL, Education . . Campbellsville
EDWARD B. HALL, A.8r S. . . . Lexington
KATHERINE A. HALL, A.8r S. . . . Rockford, III.
3. THOMAS G. HALLOCK, A.8i S. . . Cincinnati, Ohio
ALLEN F. HAMILTON, Education . . . Louisville
CLYDE W. HAMM, Engineering . . Flemingsburg
PAUL D. HAMM, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Elizabethtown
PRISCILLA SHAW HANCHER, A.8r S. .
ELBERT EARL HARBER, A.8r S. . . .
HENRY T. HARDIN, Law . .
4. FRANK C. HARE, A.8t S. .... .
JAMES MARION HART, Jr., Pharmacy . .
GLORIA HOPE HARTMAN, Pharmacy .
JAMES L. HAWORTH, Engineering . . . Arlington
JANE H. HAYS, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Somerset, Penn.
ROBERT A. HEATH, Engineering .... Frankfort
ELIZABETH ANNE HEISS, A.8- S. . . Arlington, Vo.
HELEN HELTSLEY, Education . . . Hopkinsville
JOAN ELIZABETH HENDRICKS, A.8. S. . Louisville
MALCOLM J. HERMAN, Commerce . . . Louisville
ALEX G. HERNDON, Ag.8. Horne Ec .... Berea
JOSEPH E. HIBBS, Commerce .... Madisonville
B. CLAIRE HICKS, A.8r S. . . . Greensboro, N. C.
SAM COOPER HILL, Law ...... Lebanon
ROSEMARY HILLING, A.8. S. . . Ft. Mitchell
CLAUDE M. HINTON, A.8- S. . . Erlonger
CHARLES H. HOCKENSMITH, Law . . Irvine
RICHARD M. HODDY, Ag.8r Home Ec . . Louisville
HAROLD HOFFMAN, Ag.8i Home Ec . Versailles, Ind.
BERNARD A. HOGAN, Commerce . . . Burlington
CARREL H. HOGG, A.8r S. ..... Whitesburg
7.WILLIAM LEE HOLEMAN, Engineering . . Danville
DAVID C. HOLLIDAY, A.8. S. . . . . Jackson
CHARLES W. HONAKER, Commerce . . Lexington
DOROTHY LEE HONAKER, Education . . Lexington
CARL S. HOPKINS, A.8. S. . . .
WILLIAM HOSKINS, A.8. S. ..... Lexington
WARREN E. HOWARD, Engineering . Wallins Creek
WE'LL HAVE BLUE BOOKS TO REMEMBER
1. HENRY A. HUGGINS, JR., A.8f S. . . . Lexington
BARBARA J. HUGHES, A.8i S. . Mt. Vernon, Wash.
HAL T. HUGHES, Commerce .... Louisville
JACK T. HUMPHRIES, A.8i S. ..... Corbin
KENNETH B. HUNDLEY, Ag.8i Home Ec . Crestwood
AGNES T. HUTCHINSON, A.8i S. . . . Lexington
LORRAINE O'CONNER ILARIA, Education . . .
. Little Falls, N. J.
2. MARY CATHERINE INGELS, Education . . . Paris
NANNIE F. INGELS, Ag.8t Home Ec .... Paris
EDWIN B. INMAN, Commerce .... Lexington
JOSEPH MAURICE JACKSON, A.8i S. . . Georgetown
MARJORIE ELLEN JENTZ, A.8f S. . Jersey City, N. J.
RACHEL ANN JOHNSON, Ag.8i Home Ec ....
. Bowling Green
WILLIAM EDWIN JOHNSON, Ag.8i Home Ec . Dover
3. PHILIP G. JOHNSTON, Commerce
ROBERT P. JOHNSON, A.8i S. .
CARL T. JONES, A.8- S. . .
ELLIOTT JONES, Commerce .
FRANCES JONES, Ag.8. Home Ec
JERRY JONES, Law . . .
LeRUTH JONES, A.8. S. .
4. RICHARD R. JONES, Education .
WILLIAM B. JONES, Law . .
ED JOUETT, JR., A.8i S. . .
. . Lynch
. . Corbin
. . Fulton
JACK B. JUDY, A.8t S. ...... Lexington
CHARLOTTE I. JUSTICE, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Ludlow
DOTTE KAHNE, A.8i S. ....... Ashland
JACK ALLAN KAIN, A.8i S. . . Lexington
FRANK J. KANE, Commerce . . Staten Island, N. Y.
JANE P. KAUFFMAN, A.8f S. . Pennington Gap, Va.
JOAN CLAY KAVANAUGH, Education . . Lexington
A. LILLIAS KELLEY, A.8. S. . . . . Lexington
CALVIN C. KELLY, Commerce . . . Burlington
JAMES F. KEMP, A.8i S. . . . . . Mayfield
EDWIN E. KING, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Falmouth
GEORGE GEARHART KING, A.8i S. . . . Lexington
MILDRED L. KIRCHDORFER, Commerce . Anchorage
MARY ANN KIRKPATRICK, Education . Russellville
CHARLES L. KOEHLER, A.8. S. .... Lexington
RAY KOONCE, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Campbellsville
JOE T. KOPPIUS, Commerce . . . . Lexington
ROWLAND F. KRAPS, A.8i S. . . LaCenter
7. MAX P. KREITMAN, Pharmacy . . Louisville
JAMES G. LACKEY, Engineering . . . Louisa
MARCUS H. LACKEY, Engineering .... Louisa
MADGE F. LACY, A.8i S. ..... Tampa, Fla.
CLARA J. LaFOLLETTE, A.8i S. . Charleston, W. Va.
VIRGINIA FAYE LAKE, Education . Nashville, Tenn.
MARGARET L. LARKIN, A.8. S. . . Logan, W. Va.
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FRED T. LAWSON, A.8- S. . . . Sevierville, Tenn.
CAROLINE HELEN LEE, A.8I S. . . . Sanford, Fla.
SAMMIE F. LEE, Engineering ..... Sulphur
RAMONA RUTH LENOX, Ag.8. Home Ec . Brooksville
HARRY R. LESSLEY, JR., A.8. S. .... Paducah
DAVID D. LEWIS, A.8t S. . . . . . Rineyville
LELAND C. LEWIS, A.8. S. . . Catlettsburg
VIRGINIA EVELYN LEWIS, Ag.8. Home Ec . Ashland
CARL R. LEZIUS, A.8i S. . . Shaker Heights, Ohio
ALLEN O. LILES, Engineering . . . Dayton, Ohio
JOAN RICH LINDSTROM, Commerce .....
. . . . . St. Petersburg, Fla.
ROBERT E. LINEHAN, Commerce . . . Covington
WILLIAM E. LINVILLE, Engineering . . . Ashland
ROBERT B. LORCH, JR., Engineering . . Anchorage
JAMES V. MARCUM, Law . . .
. . . Louisa
ALAN E. MARSH, Commerce . . St. Petersburg, Fla.
KATHRINE JANE MARSH, Education . Maysville
LOUISE MARTIN, Ag.8- Home Ec . . Barbourville
EDWARD A. MARYE, Low . . . . Lexington
IRA E. MASSIE, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Lexington
LOIS SYLVIA, MASSIE, A.8. S. . . . Lexington
JOE MATHEWS, A.8i S. ...... Lexington
THOMAS W. MATHIAS, Commerce . Logan, W. Va.
RICHARD L. MATRACIA, Commerce .....
JOHN DEGARY LOWE, Pharmacy . . . Columbia
JAMES LYNE, Engineering ..... Russellville
BETTY JANE LYON, Education . . . Middlesboro
W. CARSON LYONS, Engineering .... Corbin
RICHARD EMERSON MACKE, A.8i S. . . Covington
WILLIAM K. MACKEBEE, Engineering
. . . . .Jacksburg, Tenn.
ANN M. MACKLIN, A.8i S. . . . Elkhorn
WAYNE L. MADDOX, A.8. S. . . . Corbin
JOE ED MAINOUS, Commerce . . . Lexington
SYLVIA GAYLE MAKEPEACE, A.8i S. . Sanford, N. C.
A. J. MANGIONE, Commerce . . . Lexington
FRANK J. S. MATURO, A.8i S. . . . Georgetown
JULIAN W. MAUPIN, Ag.8i Home EC . . Richmond
MARY ALICE MAYER, A.8i S. . . . Lexington
ARLOE W. MAYNE, Law . . . . Rockholds
J. MARSHALL McCANN, JR, Law . . Winchester
SUE JORDAN McCANN, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Paris
WILLIAM H. McCANN, Law . .
. . Winchester
JEANETTE H. MCCARTHEY, A.8i S. . . . Maysville
CHARLES W. MCCLURE, Ag.8i Home Ec . Henderson
LAWAS LEE MCCLURE, Ag.8. Home Ec . Henderson
SPENCER MCCLURE, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Eminence
ROBERT C. MCCOUN, A.8i S. .... Winchester
PATRICIA ANNE MCCUTCHEON, Education . .
. . . . . Beckley, W. Va.
LOUISE McDOWELL, Education . . . Lexington
1. BARBARA J. MCGHEE, Education
ANN LEOTA MCINTIRE, A.8l S. .
LOUISE MCINTOSH, A.8. S. . .
MARY BERT MCKENNA, A.8. S. .
DEADLINE FOR ED'S ARGYLES
JESSE W. MCKINLEY, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Valley Oak
MARGARET JULIA MCPHERSON, A.8i S. . . Irvine
MARY ANN MCQUAID, A.8. S. .... Lexington
DAVID L. MOBERLY, Education . . . Irvine
JOHN W. MOFFATT, Commerce . . . Frankfort
GEORGE B. MONTGOMERY, Commerce . Nicholasville
2. RICHARD MEENA, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
JOSEPH C. MELVIN, Engineering . . . Louisville
CARL SIDNEY MERENBLOOM, Pharmacy . Louisville
BETTY FUGATE MIDKIFF, Education . . . Jenkins
JAMES R. MONTGOMERY, Pharmacy
. Central City
CHARLES E. MOORE, Commerce . . . Paducah
CLARE G. MOORE, Engineering . . . Joliet, III.
JAMES R. MOORE, Education . . . Lovely
GEORGE B. MORGAN, Engineering . . . Riceland
JUNE MORGAN, A.8t S. ..... Harrodsburg
CHARLES W. MORROW, A.8f S. . . Louisville
PERRY R. MILBY, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Greensburg
ANNELLE MILLER, A.8. S. . . . . Paris
DOROTHY GAIL MILLER, A.8. S. . . . Lexington
3. FRED H. MILLER, Education ..... Carrollton
JACOB WILLIS MILLER, Pharmacy . . Louisville
STEWART JOSEPH MILLER, Law . . Louisville
WILMA G. MILLION, Commerce . . . Richmond
EDGAR LYNN MILLS, Commerce . . . Covington
EDWARD MILLS, A.8. S. . . . . Pineville
HERBERT B. MILLS, Commerce . . . Corbin
4. ROBERT H. MILLS, Education . . . Covington
CHARLES MITCHELL, Engineering . Vicksburg, Miss.
MARGERY MITCHELL, Ag.8. Home Ec . , Lexington
MELVIN E. MITCHELL, A.8. S. .... Frankfort
WYNN G. MOSELEY, A.8. S. . . .
VIRGINIA DARE MURRAY, Ag.8t Home Ec . Prospect
ARTHUR LEE MYLES, Commerce .
SIDNEY A. NEAL, Commerce . .
TOM EDWARD NEAL, A.8t S. . .
FRED P. NEUVILLE, Ag.8. Home Ec .
ROBERT T. NIKOLAS, A.8f S. . . .
JAMES R. NORTHCUTT, A.8f S. .
SETH F. NUCHOLS, A.81 S. . .
. Joliet, III.
Beacon, N. Y.
. . Glasgow
MARY F. NUTTING, A.8i S. . . . Pittsburg, Penn.
CHARLES H. OAKLEY, Commerce . . . Lexington
ANN E. O'BANNON, A.8i S. . College Station, Texas
ANN OGDEN, Education ...... Sloughters
BERNARD F. O'LAUGHLIN, Low . Smithport, Penn.
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KENNETH OLIVER, Commerce .... Frankfort
DELLA WHEELER OSBORN, Education . . Ashland
DOUGLAS OSBORN, Engineering . Winter Park, Fla.
ROBERT ALLEN PALMER, Education . . . Carlisle
VICTOR GUS PAPPAS, Commerce . St. Albans, N. Y.
DAVID A. PARRY, Engineering .
WALTER PATRICK, Law . . .
BETTY B. PATTERSON, Education
JOAN CLAIRE PATTERSON, A.8. S.
JACK R. PAULEY, Engineering .
JOHN B. PEAK, Pharmacy . .
Rexford, N. Y.
. . .Russellville
. . Louisville
WILLIAM R. PEAK, Engineering . . . Owensboro
ROBERT M. PEARCE, Law . .
JOHN A. PEDIGO, Law . .
LAURA A. PERKINSON, Commerce . Kirkwood, Mo.
JEAN LLOYD PERRINE, A.8i S. .... Maysville
JOHN PETERS, Education . . . Nicholson, Penn.
CHARMAINE ANN PETERSON, A.8i S. .... .
. Clear Lake, Iowa
KATHLEEN E. PETTEY, A.8. S. .... Columbia
Jo:-IN w. PETTITT, Engineering . . Buffalo, N. Y.
JOAN PFEIFFER, A.8i S. . . .
. . Louisville
BARBARA WARREN PLATTER, Education . Louisville
SHIRLEY ANN PORTER, Education .... Liberty
STANLEY R. PORTMANN, A.8. S. . . . Lexington
NITA RUTH POWERS, A.8i S. .... West Point
EDWINA MAY PREWITT, Education . . Mt. Sterling
JOAN BODLEY PRICHARD, A.8. S. . . . LOuiSvllIe
JOHN R. RAKER, Engineering . . . Carrollton
BERTIE LOU RANKIN, A.8i S. . . . Lexington
EDWIN E. RANKIN, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Marion
REBECCA JOYCE RASNICK, Pharmacy . . Garrett
ROBERT I. RATCLIFF, A.8. S. ..... Ashland
PHYLLIS LEE RAU, AL S. .... Welch, W. Va.
THEODORE S. RAU, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Louisville
THOMAS ALLISON RAY, Ag.8i Home Ec . Lexington
ROBERT L. RAYBOURN, A.8. S. . . . Olive Hill
JACK D. RAZOR, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Mt. Sterling
CHARLES E. READ, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Magnolia
LESLIE EARL REED, Pharmacy .... L. Maud
ELIZABETH L. REYNOLDS, Ag.8i Home Ec ....
. . . . . Winchester
HELEN L. RICE, Education . . . . Mays Lick
NANCY J. RICHARDS, Education . Beckley, W. Va.
LOUIS K. RIDDLE, Ag.8i Home Ec . . . Glendale
MARY JO RIDLEY, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Beaver Dam
CAROLINE ALMIRA RIEL, A.8i S. . Newburg, N. Y.
ILEANA, E. RIGAU, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Puerto Rico
BETTY J. RIGGLE, A.8i S. . . . . Cynthiana
PAT E. RILEY, Commerce ..... Middlesboro
JOANNE TARLTON ROADES, A.8i S. . . Lexington
LOSING OUR SHIRTS AT KEENELAND
1. DIANE B. ROBERTSON, A.8. S. . . . Mt. Sterling
RICHARD A. ROBERTSON, Law . . . Owensboro
ROBBIE ROBINSON, A.8. S. . . . Lexington
MARY NELL ROGERS, Education . . . Pikeville
RAYMOND L. ROSE, A.8. S. . . . . Lexington
RAY GORDON ROSS, Engineering . . . . Rush
RICHARD LEWIS ROSS, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
2.JOE I. ROUBEN, Pharmacy . . Louisville
ROBERT E. RUBERG, Law . . Ft. Thomas
JEAN V. RUDD, A.8f S. . . . . . Owensboro
JOHN J. RUDY, Engineering ..... Maysville
SUE RUFFIER, Commerce . . . Huntington, W. Va.
HARRIETTE L. RUPARD, A.8t S. . . . Richmond
GEORGE W. RYBOLT, Commerce . . Lexington
3. GEORGE D. SALISBURY, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Langley
BILLY P. SAMUEL, Engineering . . . Georgetown
WILLIAM MASON SAMUELS, JR., A.8l S. . Danville
RICHARD D. SAUNDERS, A.8. S. . Cincinnati, Ohio
JAMES C. SAYLOR, Commerce . . . Winchester
DOROTHY L. SCHMIDT, Commerce .....
. . . . .New Rochelle, N.Y.
WILLIAM EDWIN SCHULENBERG, A.8I S. . Louisville
4. RAYMON LOUIS SCHURECK, Pharmacy . Louisville
LLOYD S. SCHUSTER, Commerce . . Elizabethtown
NANCY RENE SCOTT, Ag.8I Home Ec. . Sacramento
BLAIR SEAMAN, A.8- S. ..... Covington
DOROTHY J. SEATH, Ag.8- Home Ec . . Lexington
MARGARET ELAINE SHAFFER, A.8- S. . Hodgenville
BARBARA T. SHANKLIN, Education . Ft. Myers, Fla.
BONNIE JEAN SHARP, Education .
CHARLES L. SHARPE, Commerce .
FERALDINE SHEETS, Education .
JAMES R. SHELL, Commerce .
STEVE SHELTON, A.8. S. . .
MARTHA A. SHERIDAN, A.8. S. .
HARDIN C. SHORT, Commerce .
PATRICIA A. SHORT, Education .
JAMES D. SIGLER, Ag.8. Home Ec .
ANNETTE LOWELL SILER, A.8. S. . .
. . Danville
. . Murray
. Olive Hill
. . Corydon
MARY FORREST SIMPSON, Education . Owensboro
GILBERT L. SIRIA, Commerce .
BERNICE RUTH SMART, Education
HELEN L. SMITH, A.8. S. . . .
LINDA ANDERSON SMITH, A.8. S.
MARY AGNES SMITH, A.8l S. . .
SAMUEL SMITH, JR., Law . .
TOM R, SMITH, Engineering .
YVONNE E. SMITH, Education .
JACK ROGER SNOW, A.8f S. . .
THOMAS BUTLER SPAIN, JR., Law . .
. . .Paris
. . Georgetown
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KAROLYN SPILLMAN, A.8t S. .
BETTY LEE SPRAGENS, Law .
EUGENE C. STANFORD, A.8. S. .
ANDREW P. STEELY, Commerce
JACK E. STEEN, Engineering . . .
. . . .Corbin
. Ft. Mitchell
ANNA P. STEPHENSON, Education . . Walton
VIRGINIA L. STEVENS, A.8i S. . . West Point, Miss.
HOMER L. STIKELEATHER, Commerce . Leitchfield
JANE R. STOKELY, Ag.8. Home Ec I. Indianapolis, Ind.
RICHARD M. STOLL, Commerce . . . Georgetown
R. H. STONE, Pharmacy . . . . . Louisville
PAUL STRICKLAND, A.8. S. ..... Barlow
EDWARD W. STROUBE, Ag.8t Home Ec . Oak Grove
OF LIFE AT U.OFK
SYLVIA JEAN TEMPEST, A.8. S. . . Evanston, III.
RICHARD A. TEMPLE, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Lewisport
PEGGY MARIE THOMAS, Commerce . . Paducah
CARROLL TICHENOR, Ag.8. Home Ec . Centertown
ROBERT M. TILLER, A.8t S. ...... London
VIRGINIA M. TILTON, Ag.8. Home Ec . Lexington
MARGARET TOMS, A.8t S. .... Mt. Sterling
ROY S. TURNER, Ag.8. Home Ec . . Pee Wee Valley
CHARLES M. TYROLER, A.8i S. . For Rockaway, N. Y.
WILLIAM B. VALENTINE, Engineering . Covington
JEANNE VAN METER, A.8. S. .
BETTY JO VAUGHAN, Education .
JOYCE VAUGHN, Ag.8. Home Ec
ROBERT D. VAUGHN, A.8i S. .
. Lincoln, Ill.
Logan, W. Va.
. . Corbin
JOI-IN W. SUBLETT, Law . . Owensboro
ROBERT L. SULT, Commerce . . Pochontas, Vo.
MARY K. SWETNAM, A.8t S. . . Winchester
ROBERT P. SWIETERMAN, A.8. S. . . . Lexington
MARJORIE JEAN SWINT, A.8. S. Fostoria, Ohio
BARBARA ANN SWITZER, A.8. S. . . . Louisville
RAMONA TACKETT, Education . Stamping Ground
BERZ C. WAGNER, Engineering . . . Ft. Thomas
RAY F. WAGNER, Engineering . . . . Ashland
JOE J. WAJTOWICZ, Engineering . . Warren, Ohio
RONALD PAYNE WALKER, Engineering . . Louisa
EVA FLORINE WALSH, A.8i S. . , Middletown, Ohio
ARNOLD G. TAYLOR, Ag.8t Home Ec . . Henderson
BOYD F. TAYLOR, Law .... . . London
C. WAITMAN TAYLOR, Commerce . . . Lewisport
DUDLEY HILTON TAYLOR,' Pharmacy . Hopkinsville
DOROTHY ANN WALTHALL, Education . Horse Cave
JOHN C. WARD, Commerce . . . Georgetown
DONALD KEITH WARE, Pharmacy . . Louisville
GAYLE WARNER, A.8t S. . . . . Georgetown
JEAN BRENT WARREN, A.8. S. . . Lexington
NEXT YEAR WE'LL HAVE A NEW SET
1. KARL J. WARREN, A.8- S. . . . Ithaca, N. Y.
PHYLLIS I. WARREN, A.8i S. .... Bristol, Va.
JOE F. WATHEN, Engineering . . . Elizabethtown
NANCY WATLINGTON, Ag.8iHome Ec . . . Paris
CHAROLLETE JEAN WATSON, A.8. S. . . Lexington
HENRY WATSON, JR., Law .... Mt. Sterling
KATHRYN MAY WEBER, A.8i S. . . Frankfort
2. ARTHUR F. WEINBERG, A.8. S. .... Lexington
ANNA MARION WEISMAN, Education . Owensboro
JOHN D. WELCH, Law ...... Lexington
EUGENE M. WEST, Engineering . . . Williamsburg
MARY JANE WEST, A.8i S. . . . Louisville
MARY JO WEST, Commerce . . . . Lexington
NANCY WILLIAMS WEST, Education . . Lexington
3.ALLEN J. WHALEN, Engineering . . . Cynthiana
HENRY D. WHITE, Ag.8. Home Ec . . . Lexington
RUTH A. WHITE, A.8i S. . . . Wakefield, Mass.
WILLIAM LEROY WHITEHOUSE, JR., Commerce . .
. . . . . Melbourne
KATHERYN WHITMER, A.8i S. . . . Sacramento
H. GILBERT WHITTENBERG, Engineering . Louisville
EDWIN C. WILLIAMSON, Commerce .... Paris
4. THOMAS CLINTON WILLIS, Pharmacy . . Franklin
CHARLES H. WILLS, Ag.8i Home Ec . . Mt. Sterling
LOUISA BOYLE WILSON, Education . . Owensboro
MARGARET WILSON, Commerce . Middletown, Ohio
RALPH P. WILSON, II, A.8i S. . . Evansville, Ind.
WILLA DEAN WILSON, Education .... London
RICHARD I. WOHLSTEIN, Commerce . Bronx, N. Y.
JAMES E. WOLFORD, Engineering
ALLEN W. WOOD, Law . . .
LEONARD E. WOOD, A.8i S. . .
MATTIE MCINTYRE WOOD, A.8i S. .
ANSEL A. WORLEY, A.8i S. . .
DALE L. WRIGHT, A.8i S. .
JANE A. WYATT, A.8i S. .
. . Ashland
. Elwood, Ind.
MICHAEL F. YACKOWSKEY, Engineering ....
. . . . . Elizabeth, N. J.
JULIA FRANCES YAGER, Education
RAYMOND H. YANCY, Commerce
CHARLES E. YOUNG, Engineering . .
LAURA JANE YOUNG, Ag.8. Home
MARY LILLIARD YOUNG, A.8t S. . .
PRISCILLA LUCY YOUNG, A.8. S..
ROY ROBINSON YOUNGER, A.8. S. . Fairhaven, N. J.
FRANKLIN S. ZINOVOY, Commerce . Brooklyn, N. Y.
IMOGENE ZORNES, A.8i S. ..... Ashland
LEONARD ZUCKERMAN, A.8. S. . . Brooklyn, N. Y.
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Secret passwords . . . handclasps . . .
smart coeds knew them all . . . jeweled
pins in vital places . . . at the HOUSE,
a standard cry: "Fourth for bridge" . . .
heated rivalry in intramurals. . .Sigma
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Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Delta Pi was founded at Wesleyan College,
Macon, Georgia, in l85l. Beta Psi, one of 73 na-
tional chapters was installed at the University of Ken-
tucky, December 7, l94l. Blue and white are the
sorority colors, the flower is the violet.
The highlight of Alpha Delta Pi's social calendar
was the annual spring formal in April at the Lexing-
ton Country Club. Faculty teas, house parties, and
serenades were the order of the year. The Founders'
Day Banquet at the Phoenix Hotel and a final pledge-
active picnic at Herrington Lake in May wound up
the year's activities.
Three ADPi's won several fraternity sweetheart
honors - Mary Montague, Sweetheart of Sigma Chi,
Glenny Northcutt, Phi Sigma Kappa Moonlight Girl,
and Betty Lyon, Sweetheart of Alpha Tau Omega.
Sue Dossett and Dianne McKaig were elected to
SGA, Joan Cook was a member of the Student Union
Board, the Kernel, and vice-president of Panhellenic,
and Eleanor Gash was a cheerleader.
Honorary honors go to Dianne McKaig, who was
named by Cwens, Eta Sigma Phi, and Phi Beta this
year. Phi Upsilon Omicron claimed Rachel Johnson,
Frances Jackson, Sue Dossett, Joby Ridley and Perry
Miloy. Ruth Cavender, Dot Wathall, and Eleanor
Gash were Tau Sigma pledges. Also, Joan Cook and
Dianne McKaig were on the WBKY staff, and Dianne
was active in Guignol.
Officers: Joan Cook, president, Glendora Northcutt, vicc
president, Ruth Whaley, secretary, Jaan Lindstrom, treasurer
Members: Joan Adams, Evelyn Baker, Betty Bryan, Ruth
Cavender, Joan Cook, Jean Craft, Helen Cunningham, Sue
Dossett, Jacqueline Frost, Marian Givens, Jean l-leibner, Claire
Hicks, Frances Jackson, Rachel Johnson, Lois Johnston, Fran-
ces Jones, Martha Faye Kittinger, Pat Lawson, Joan Lind-
strom, Betty Lyons, Dianne McKaig, Arden Milam, Dorothy
Miller, Mary Montague, Betty Northcutt, Glendora Northcutt,
Fran Nyquist, Mary Osborne, Jean Pumphrey, Kitty Richard-
son, Mary Jo Ridley, Barbara Stewart, Marilyn Violet, Dorothy
Wathall, Mary Jo West, Ruth Whaley, Dorothy Wilson, Ann
Pledges: Betty Andrews, Emma Barnes, Gloria Bilancio,
lnez Black, Sara Lynn Boone, Donnie Byrd, Gail Carmichel,
Mary Jo Cundiff, Marilyn Faulkner, Eleanor Gash, Gaylen
Hansbrough, Peggy Holmes, Joyce Howze, Charlotte Justice,
Jane Kauffman, Nina Liston, Perry Mllby, Elinor Murphy,
Mary Ann Newman, Ann Ogden, Nancy Steeves, Marion
Stone, Jane Strickler, Betty Thompson, Annabelle Winfrey,
Nancy Ann Young
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Lyon, Hicks, Richardson, Pumphrey, Ridly, Wathall, Osborne
Jones, Kirtinger, B. Norfhcutt, Wesf, Lawson, Adams, McKaig
Stewart, Woods, Johnston, Violet, Bryan, Baker, Milam
Wilson, Craft, Young, Ogden, Newman, Murphy, Winfrey
Thompson, Hansbrough, Liston, Kauffman, Holmes, Barnes, Stceves,
Stone, Andrews, Carmichael, Gash, Justice, Byrd, Black, Faulkner
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Alpha Gamma Delta
Alpha Gamma Delta was founded at Syracuse Uni-
versity, May 30, l904. Epsilon, one of 62 national
chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky
in l908. Red, buff, and green are the sorority colors,
red and buff roses are the flowers.
Homecoming, the first big event of the year, and
with it came a Kentucky victory and the year's first
trophy to the Alpha Gam house for our "Heaven Help
Georgia" theme. To cheer the Wildcats on to victory
were our two cheerleaders, Jean Hardwick and Ruth
A buffet supper for members and friends was held
following the Cincinnati game on October 29th. Santa
Claus visited l7 little orphans at our third annual
Christmas party on December l2th. The Alpha Gam
Masque Ball, set up as a model dance by the SUB,
was a huge success on the night of January l4th.
Several gavels were floating around the Alpha Gam
house this year, since Anna Faye Hooks was president
of the Social Work Club, Venita Dawson of the Bac-
teriology Society, Mary Pardue of Boyd Hall, and
Kathy Barnet, vice-president of SGA.
Jean Harwick, Alpha Gam pledge, was elected
Pershing Rifles sponsor early in the fall. Cinder Hel-
ton and Ruth Stilz won the tennis doubles champion-
As the Union buzzed with its bevy of meetings,
Alpha Gams were to be found hurrying from one to
another, since the following organizations claimed
them as active members: Mortar Board, Katherine
Barnett and Venita Dawson, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Jean Barger, Marilyn Kilgus, and Mary Pardue:
Cwens, Marilyn Kilgus and Mary Pardue, Chi Delta
Phi, Marilyn Kilgus, and Mary King: Theta Sigma
Phi, Louise Ayers, Phi Sigma lota, Mary King: Tau
Sigma, Marilyn Kilgus, Ann O'Bannon, Jean Stevens,
Jean Hardwick, and Mary Toombs.
Oh yes, it was a busy year, from the first big event
to the last, but it was one of the best we've ever
Alumnae in the faculty are Sally Pence, Marie
Barkley, and Annelle Kelley.
Officers: Gloria Eastburn, president: Ann O'Bannon, vice-
president: Anna Faye Hooks, secretary, Glenna Waddell,
Members: Louise Ayers, Jean Barger, Mary Jo Barlow, Jane
Barnett, Kathy Barnett, Barbara Beam, Sara Beam, Mildred
Cox, Joan Crawford, Martha Sue Creal, Venita Dawson, Gloria
Eastburn, Mary Potter Errlckson, Nelda Ewing, Gloria Feezle,
Billie Jane Freeman, Gaile Grogan, Marilyn Haley, Carolyn
Hays, Cinder Helton, Betty Holstine, Anna Faye Hooks, Betty
Hyatt, Hettie Johnson, Mary Ruth Jones, Marilyn Kilgus,
Mary King, Virginia Lake, Ann O'Bannon, Mary Pardue,
Laura Perkinson, Barbara Platter, Peggy Ridlehoover, Eva
May Seale, Pat Sewell, Jean Stevens, Glenna Waddell, Faye
Wesley, Willa Wilson, Eleanor Yates
Pledges: Polly Ann Attkisson, Margery Boughton, Joan
Claassen, Cynthia Cunningham, Joyce Elrod, Peggy Esenbock,
Marlene Farmer, Betty Ford, Peggy Gray, Betty Goessman,
Jean Hardwick, Barbara Hughes, Jeannette Kracht, Ruth
Mayo, Betty Martin, Jean Pryor, Sue Rich, Ann Shields, Betty
Jean Stansort, Ruth Stilz, Mary Toombs, Mary Oliver Van-
trease, Margaret Ann Wanless, Betty Mae Wheeler, Mary
276 THE ALFAGAM HOUSE IS NICE AND SPACIOUS
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
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Hooks, Waddell, O'Bannon, Eastburn, K. Barnett, J. Stevens, Cox
Wesley, Grogan, J. Barnett, B. Beam, S. Beam, Hays, Ayers
Freeman, Platter, Feezle, Wilson, Ewing, Yates, Errickson
Kilgus, Hyatt, Lake, Crawford, Johnson, Creal, Dawson
Holstine, Jones, Bargifr, Pardue, Barlow, Helton, King
Martin, Stanson, Per inson, Sewell, Rldlehoover, Haley, Seale
Esenbock, Elrod, Claassen, Ford, Farmer, Boughton, Atkisson
Pryor, Goessman, Gray, Vantrease, Hardwick, Stiltz, Mayo
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Alpha Xi Delta
Alpha Xi Delta was founded at Lombard College,
Golesburg, lllinois, in 1893. Xi, one of the 65 na-
tional chapters, was installed at the University of Ken-
tucky in l908. Double blue and gold are the sorority
colors, the pink Killarney rose is the flower.
Dear Alpha Xi,
Just a note to thank you for the lovely time we had
at the house this year. lf you will permit me to remi-
nisce, then l am sure you will know what l mean.
Don't you remember how we griped when rush
week and registration collided in the fall to start off
with a big bang? How we vowed that we would get
to bed early, but stayed up painting and hammering
on our Homecoming display? But the next day we
welcomed the alums, and started off for the game two
hours early, as did everyone else in the University!
Can't you just see Janice Stille directing us for our
jazzed-up version of the story of "Orpheus and Eury-
dice" at the Lonces Carnival . . . and remember how
we cheered and brought home the "Best Cheer of the
Year" trophy the night before the Tennessee game?
Wouldn't it be fun to see Suzanne Rogers, president
of Mortar Board, still rushing to meetings, and Mac
Larkin dashing off scripts for radio shows, and, most
of all, Jane Hunter in the Kentuckian Court? The
first basketball game found Frances Henslee hauling
away the second place ODK Tag Sales trophy.
Christmas vacation found us caroling to the frater-
nities - it couldn't have been less than 900 below.
Then there was the Orange Bowl game, and Bobbie
Dean Yates and Mary Lou Clark, U.K. cheerleaders,
were down in Miami, helping to encourage the Wild-
Campus Sing practice started soon after, and we
were trying to hold the first place trophy. We were
so enthusiastic that even the piano started belching
smoke, but someone had really dropped an ashtray in
April l7 found us in the midst of plans for a big
Founders' Day celebration, playing host to 200
The Alumnae sponsored the annual carnival, and
we, never having learned, got sick on the Roll-O-Plane
Culminating the wonderful year was the Rose For-
mal - we had nicknamed it the Derby Dance - but
whatever the name, it was unforgetable.
Now that we have helped you recall I949-l95O,
maybe you will understand why we say, Thank You.
Officers: Margaret Larkin, president, Suzanne Rogers, vice
president, Elaine Lyon, and Jeanne Wilson, secretaries, Ann-
ette Siler, treasurer
Members in faculty: Margaret Tuttle and Dr. Gladys M.
Members: Dorothy Frances Allen, Barbara Brown, Marjorie
Bradford, Joanne Carte, Dorothy Combs, Yolande Coulter,
Sarah Crain, Carolyn Freeman, Martha Gauntt, Barbara Gra-
ham, Donna Jean Hall, Jane Hays, Dora Jane Hendry, Frances
Henslee, Jane Hunter, Rebecca Hurt, Margaret Larkin, Elaine
Lyon, Mary Bert McKenna, Mary Ann McQuaid, Opal Owen,
Doris Richards, Dorothy Robinson, Suzanne Rogers, Mary E.
Rose, Dorothy Schmidt, Annette Siler, Janice C. Stille, Betty
Jo Vaughan, Charlotte Watson, Jeanne Wilson, Frances Wells
Pledges: Louise D. Allen, Joan Bobbitt, Carolyn Carte,
Claire Carlberg, Mary Louise Clark, Beth Deen, Julian Gon-
zenbach, Dorothy Hendrickson, Alice Noe Higgins, Louise R.
Hill, Floriss M. Lyon, Mary Meade, Patricia Ann McCutcheon,
Martha Milburn, Ruth Aldone Miller, Wilma Gray Million,
Joan Morris, Linda R. Patterson, Nannie Sue Peak, Mary
Jayne Pinson, Elise Quigley, Mary Karolyn Spillman, Marilyn
Edith Steele, Suzanne Swayze, Margery Ann Swint, Jeanne
Van Meter, Gretchen Von Bargen, Anita Lee Watkins, Lois
Wilson, Bobbie Dean Yates, Imogene Zornes
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Hunter, Brown, J. Carte, Combs, Coulter, Crain, Stille
Hays, Hall, Graham, Hendry, Henslee, Freeman, Bradford
McQuaid, Vaughan, Richards, Robinson, Rose, Gauntt, Owen
Watson, Wells, Schmidt, L. Allen, Bobbitt, Clark, C. Carte
VanMeter, Deen, Watkins, Higgins, McCutcheon, F. Lyon, L. Wilson
Pinson, Miller, Zornes, Yates, Patfeson, Hill, Peak, Milburn
Gonzenbach, Steele, Swayze, Swint, Morris, Million, Spillman, Hendrickson
SOME PEOPLE CALL THEM TOOTHBRUSH GALS
Chi Omega was founded at the University of Ar-
kansas, on April 5, 1895. Lambda Alpha, one of
107 national chapters, was installed at the University
of Kentucky, in 1914. Cardinal and straw are the
sorority colors, the white carnation is the flower.
"Fm a Chi O girl,
In the social whirl.
My scholastic goal is the honor roll.
Study hard, but I have a good time,
Keep my standing at a 2.9 . . ."
And it pays, too. At the Pan-Hellenic luncheon
last spring, Chi Omega received the scholastic cup for
the best pledge-active standing on campus. "Midge"
Garrett was recognized as the active with the most
improved standing at the Eleusinian Banquet. Tapped
for Cwens, sophomore leadership honorary, were Polly
Day and Sally Hancher. Mary Shinnick was tapped
for Phi Sigma Iota, romance language honorary.
"All I care about's how I look . . ."
Well, maybe not all, but at the annual Sigma Chi
Best Dressed Contest, Betty Elliott defeated nine
other candidates and won the title of "Best Dressed
Woman on Campus."
"My Chi Omega sweetheart,
You are the one for me.
The radiance of your smile, dear,
Shines thru eternity . . ."
So how could the judges resist that smiling beauty
of Pat Moore, the 1950 Kentuckian Beauty Queen?
Daisy Mae had nothing on us. Jane Webb proved
that by capping the title of "Daisy Mae" last Sadie
Hawkin's Day. All four of our May Queen candidates
were on the May Queen's Court . . . Nancy Shinnick,
Betty Elliott, Mary Ann Hunter, and Nancy Shel-
"With voices ringing clear . . .
Chi Omega won third place in the annual All-
Campus Sing, but it was a photo-finish.
"Gonna build me a castle of
Cardinal and straw,
The cutest little castle you
At long last! The Chi O-'s will occupy their new
chapter house next semester. lt's been a hard long
fight-what with the Lexington Creek unceremoni-
ously flooding under the foundation. But we're win-
ning! To be in the contemporary style of architecture,
like the fabulous Fine Arts Building, which is across
the street, it will accomodate forty girls. There'll
be open house next semester when the Chi O's en
masse move in. You'll be there, won't you?
Members in faculty: Margaret Bruce Cruise, Celia Moore,
and Helen Hutchcratt
Officers: Sara Mae Greene, president: Mary Oldham, vice
president: Ruth McCracken, secretary, Florence Sanders,
Members: Frances Barnett, Betsy Billiter, Martha Nell
Blackburn, Lucia Bland, Leslie Boteler, Peggy Buckley, Patsy
Conway, Louise Curry, Polly Day, Nancy Lou Eden, Betty
Elliott, Jeanne Forcade, Margaret Garrett, Sara Mae Greene,
Priscilla Hancher, Sally Hancher, Jeanne Harrell, Barbara
Harris, Ann Lura Hayden, Ann Kirtley, Jane LaFollette, Spen-
cer McClure, Ruth McCracken, Mary Oldham, Betty Carol
Pace, Pat Paxton, Joan Prichard, Diane Robertson, Joan
Rhodes, Flo Sanders, Mary Shinnick, Linda Smith, Sara Ben-
nett Thomas, Mary Wood Vaughn, Jane Webb, Mary Lillard
Pledges: Emily Barron, Dorothy Baylies, Ann Ross Boyd,
Harriet Chambers, Gracia Cochran, Lucy Crawley, Charlene
Davies, Dottie Dean, Betsy Dodge, Marian Ferguson, Alice
Fisher, Bunny Frieberghouse, Jayne Haley, Jane Bell Hoffman,
Kathleen Kreps, Joyce Lewis, Julie Minor, Pat Moore, Nancy
Nunnelley, Elizabeth Rollins, Elizabeth Ross, Bonnie Sharp,
Jane Williams, Jane Wolf, Mattie Wood, Connie Young
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Pace, Rhodes, McClure, Buckley, Hagden, Bland, Robertson
Conway, M. Young Billiter, Webb, arnett, LaFoIIette, Harris
Kirtley, Forcade, lackburn, Day, Boteler, Elliott S. Hancher
Botts, Boyd, Barron, Hale, Ferguson, Chambers, Haley
Ross, Nunnelley, Deen, Dodge, Fisher, Baylies, Wolf
Moore, Lewis, Hoffman, Crawley, Sharp, Kreps, Freiberghouse
Cochran, Minor, Williams, A. Young, Wood
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Delta Delta Delta
Delta Delta Delta was founded ot Boston Univer-
sity in l888. Delta Rho, one of 95 national chapters,
was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1923.
Silver, blue and gold are the sorority colors, the pansy
is the flower. Alumnae in the faculty are Jane Hasel-
den and Virginia Baskett.
Tri Delts started off the fall with Helen Heltsley os
UK band sponsor, Barbara Mondt as Lances Carnival
Queen, Kathy Carter as Pi Kap Dream Girl and Ken-
tuckian attendant, and Nancy Camp as Sig Ep Sweet-
heart. This followed the spring's honors: May Queen
and attendant, UK's representative to the Mountain
Laurel Festival, and Jo Ann Rhodes as K Queen.
The chapter was first among all fraternities and
sororities in the Lances Carnival and won first place
in the ODK Tag Sales. Individual members prominent
in activities are Betty Ball, secretary of Student Union
Board, Phyllis Kloecker, president and "outstanding
member" of the Women's Athletic Association, Pat
Moore, secretary of the Student Bar Association,
Kathy Carter, SGA, and Helen Deiss, Mortar Board,
Student Union Board, editor of "Vague" magazine,
secretory of Panhellenic and vice president of Chi
Delta Phi ond Theta Sigma Phi. Mary McKinley was
chosen "Typical Coed".
ln scholarship, the chapter won the cup for the
highest active standing and was runnerup for pledges
and chapter standings. Helen Deiss was chosen for
Phi Beta Kappa, Ann Perrine for Alpha Lambda Delta,
Virginia Buckner for Gamma Theta Upsilon, and
Anne Jennings for Kappa Delta Pi.
A spring tea dance, Founders' Day Banquet, senior
breakfast, mothers and alumnae teas, and serenades
are included on the Tri Delt social calendar.
Officers: Helen Deiss, president, Virginia Buckner, vice
president, Marjorie Ann Richey, secretary, Annelle Miller,
Members: Betty Ball, Ginny Buckner, Nancy Camp, Kath-
leen Carter, Hannah Croley, Joanne Davis, Helen Deiss, Mary
Duke, Betty Fish, Ann Foote, Carolyn Foster, Patsy Futrell,
Anne Jennings, Suzanne Kling, Phyllis Kloecker, Mary Ann
Laub, Caroline Lee, Barbara Mandt, Mary McKinley, Priscilla
McVey, Mable Mears, Annelle Miller, Cordie Lee Moody,
Patricia Moore, Carolyn Park, Ann Perrine, Jean Perrine, Joan
Pfeiffer, JoAnn Rhodes, Nancy Richards, Marjorie Ann Richey,
Barbara Shafer, Mary Ann Spencer, Jane Stokely, Barbara
Storm, Jean Warren, Jane Wyatt
Pledges: Joan Armstrong, Nancy Boswell, Betty Bruce
Brown, Dottie Ann Brown, Betty Buckley, Arden Bullock,
Carol Jean Carter, Ann Douglas, Shirley Ellis, Charlotte Ger-
rod, Helen Heltsley, Ann Horning, Joan Johnson, LeRuth
Jones, Lucy King, Julia McCalIa, Sylvia Makepeace, Jane
Martin, Mary E. Pollitte, Kathryn Ridgell, Wanda Tackett,
Shelly Thompson, Ann Tracy, Peggy Ward, Shirley Ward,
282 AN EVENLY BALANCED BUNCH OF EXTREMISTS
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Davis, Duke, Fish, Foote, Futrell, Kloecker, Mandi
McKinley, Moody, Park, Moore, J. Perrine, A. Perrine, Mears
Richards, Jo Ann Rhodes, Pfeiffer, Jo Rhodes, Lee, Shafer, Storm
Spencer, Stokely, Warren, Wyatt, Heltsley, Jones, Boswell
Buckley, S. Ward, Pollite, Ellis, B. Brown, D. Brown, Garried
Thompson, Tackett, Makepeace, Williamson, McCalIa, Carter, Bullock
P. Ward, Armstrong, Douglas, King, Johnson
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Delta Zeta was founded at Miami University, Ox-
ford, Ohio, in l902. Alpha Theta, one of 67 national
chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky
in l923. Old rose and vieux green are the sorority
colors, the Kilarney rose is the flower. Faculty advisor
and member is Miss Mildred Lewis.
Between unpacking and registering for classes,
Alpha Theta of Delta Zeta enjoyed a successful rush
season, pledging a wonderful group of girls. Then
after the busy first month was over, the Founders'
Day Banquet was held at the Lafayette Hotel, October
26, when Ida Manchikes was awarded the outstand-
ing senior bracelet.
The Christmas season was marked by both a house
dance, and a party for underpriveleged children.
The annual White Boll was held in May at the
Alpha Theta has its share of members in campus
honoraries with Dorothy Seath and Eloise Lorch, Phi
Epsilon, Mary Ann Mosby, Kappa Delta Pi, Martha
Swofford, Mortar Board.
Officers: Nita Powers, president, Ida Manchikes, vice
president, Barbara Wayman and Nell Blair, secretaries, Kath-
erine Cook, treasurer
Members: Nell Blair, Phyllis Cliver, Katherine Cook, Mary
B. Cook, Jeanne Kelly Finch, Betty Anne Foster, Martha
Graham, Patricia Graham, Barbara Hall, Marjorie Hedges,
Lorraine Illaria, Jonquil Kirk, Jean Lycan, Ida Manchikes,
Virginia Meyer, Billie Moore, Mary Ann Mosby, Shirley Porter,
Anita Powers, Barbara Preston, Dorothy Seath, Jean Sher-
man, Ruth Vest Snowden, Joyce Steele, Martha Swofford,
Barbara Wayman, Edna Earl Witten
Pledges: Dona Marie Bishop, Annellen Bowne, Joyce Dean
Brown, Anna Colburn, Peggy Corum, Ruth Cranfill, Nancy
Foster, Patsy Haynie, Jean Howard, Eloise Lorch, Barbara Mc-
Ghee, Ann Mclntire, Mida Margaret Maynard, Marlene Miller,
Nancy Neuharth, Lois Payne, Priscilla Sachse, Mary Margaret
Sanders, Barbara Sullivan, Janet Taylor, Betty Jean Vannoy,
Kathryn Weber, Frances West, Louise Wilson
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Porter, Preston, Seafh, Steele, Meyer, Haynie
N. Foster, Browne, Colburn, Wiften, Swofford, Vest
Howard, Sullivan, Flynn, Weber, Sachse, Mclnfire
McGhee, Neuharth, Conway, Dover, Taylor, Miller, Cranfill
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Kappa Alpha Theta was founded at DePauw Col-
lege, Greencastle, indiana, in l87O. Gamma lota,
one of 75 national chapters, was installed at the Uni-
versity of Kentucky in 1945. Black and gold are the
sorority colors, the pansy is the flower.
Half a century- how time does fly! But to Gam-
ma lota of Kappa Alpha Theta, time has flown even
faster. For this is their fifth year on the Kentucky
campus and in those five years the spotlight of time
has been focusing Theta way.
The 25 fall pledges were received within the fold
and began their school work and pledge training. ln
October, good news came when Nancy Brown, Ginny
Caudill, and Carolyn Critchlow were pledged to Tau
Sigma. Nancy Brown and Betty White were also
lt really wasn't a surprise when Carolyn Critchlow
was chosen First Attendant to the Kentuckian Queen,
but the Thetas really cheered when Pinky Saffell was
chosen Second Attendant, and Louisa Wilson was in
Once each month at the V.A. Hospital, we danced,
sang and talked with the veterans to help prepare
them for their life after they leave the hospital. The
Thetas enjoyed this as their civic project.
Our runner-up prize for Homecoming decoration
had a touch of journalism. A huge board was covered
with newspapers bombastically proclaiming "WlLD-
CATS BEAT BULLDOGS." ln front of the board was
the boxing ring with the beaten, bandaged Bulldog
and the champion Wildcat.
At the Lances' Carnival, six Thetas reigned as
sponsors of booths. Nancy Brewer sponsored the run-
"Winter Wonderland" is a dream of a song, And
with our winter formal, this theme seemed even more
out of this world. With white trees, a snowman, and
a skating rink with our big skate in the center for
the dance floor, spotted in blue, seemed like a dream
How can women go wrong when they have Jerry
Hinson nominated for Phi Beta Kappa, or Joan Ken-
ney and Claire Mabry elected to Kappa Delta Pi, or
Margery Mitchell and Claire Mabry elected to Phi
Upsilon Omicron? The house was in fine hand this
year with Barbara Kirwan elected as President of the
House President's Council.
Faculty member: Norma Cass
Officers Fawn Gray, president: Joan Kenney, vice presi-
dent: Jerry Hinson and Polly Mulkey, secretaries, Margery
Members: Emily Anderson, Sue Mae Bird, Mary Jo Bishop,
Betty Boggess, Nancy Brewer, Bettie Bryant, Carolyn Critch-
low, Harriett Crutchfield, Lee Dolid, Martha Durham, Judy
Forman, Betty Garst, Fawn Gray, Frances Ann Gregory, Joan
Hendricks, Jerry Hinson, Peggy Hughes, Joan Kenney, Bar-
bara Kirwan, Claire Mabry, Mary Alice Mayer, Ann McChes-
ney, Louise McDowell, Anita Underhill Mills, Margery Mitch-
ell, Barbara Montague, Polly Mulkey, Julia Hurst Myers, Bev-
erly Neudecker, Judy Pannell, Betty Patterson, Mary Ellen
Price, Harriet Russell, Cora Frances Saffell, Maria Jane Spar-
row, Harriette Spaulding, Betty Ann Stoll, Marian Stone,
Margaret Tweedy, Barbara Willing, Martha Ann Wilson
Pledges: Jane Bartlett, Judy Blood, Ann Davis Bohon,
Nancy Brown, Virginia Caudill, Mary Jo Chase, Mary Crafton,
Clara Early, Kathie Hall, Henrietta Hill, Martina Kelly, Mar-
jorie King, Barbara Kline, Zoe Parker, Joyce Reynolds, Vir-
ginia Stevens, Shirley Shuck, Mary Strode, Ramona Tackett,
Margaret Toms, Billie Turner, Louisa Wilson, Betty White,
Dorothy Wood, Yvonne Yates
286 THE WOLVES HOWL NIGHTLY FOR THETA BEAUTIES
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Montague, Stone, Meyers, Neudecker, Willing, Patterson, Pannell
Stoll, Bryant, M. Wilson, Bishop, Saffell, Russell, Bartlett
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Hill, Hall, Kell , King, Turner, Stevens, L. Wilson
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BUT THETA'S UPHOLD THEIR SCHOLARLVY DUTIES 287
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Well, it's another year, and things are just about
the same, except that I have a room on the second
floor. Speaking of rooms, I fixed mine up this year,
but Ruth Lenox and Dot Harrod, who live across the
hall, won the room judging contest-our sixth
Oh, did you hear that Dot Honaker won the bod-
minton singles and the team won the badminton
and volleyball tournaments?
Doesn't sound like l've done a thing, does it? Well,
I did help Jane Basham dress the night she was chosen
Phi Tau Dream Girl and First Attendant of the Block
and Bridle Court. And I helped make coffee all those
Sunday nights we had our Demitasse Times.
Let me know if you can come down for our White
Rose Formal in the Spring.
Kappa Delta was founded at Virginia State Teach-
ers College in 1897. Epsilon Omega, one of 73 na-
tional chapters, was installed 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: Emmie Lou Patrick, president: Sally Youtsey,
vice president, Eleanor Hughes, secretary, Ella Rena Potter,
Members: Joyce Allen, Betty Jo Anderson, Jane Basham,
Edith Bishop, Juliet Bradley, Martha Bradley, Lolly Call, Carol
Chambers, Sue Cooper, Pat Ennis, Joan Graham, Elizabeth
Guenther, Catherine Harlowe, Dorothy Harrod, Mary Lou
Hatfield, Barbara Holeman, Dorothy Honaker, Eleanor Hughes,
Ruth Lenox, Judith Luigart, Beverly Niles, Emmie Lou Patrick,
Joan Patterson, Ella Rena Potter, Lona Price, Karen Rains,
Lynn Rhodemyer, Elizabeth Rodgers, Mary Alice Schisler,
Judy Sheets, Sally Youtsey
Pledges: Betty Allie, Ruth Bishop, Louise Borie, Mary Lou
Cawood, Catherine Cure, Mildred Franklin, Mary Dudley Har-
rod, Jean Hubbard, Karen Kennedy, Mildred Kirchdorfer,
Betty Paul Linney, Mary Lou Long, Ruth Ann Maggard, Ra-
chel Moody, Elaine Nichols, Barbara Odell, Betty Papania,
Mary Anna Parker, Pat Patterson, Sally Ramsey, Jean Rudd,
Lois Romanowitz, June Sandusky, Helen Seaman, Marlys
Smith, Carolyn Taylor, Francis Taylor, Nancy Thompson, Vir-
ginia Thompson, Lou Toombs, Rosemary Tully, Phillis Warren
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Holeman, J. Bradley, Anderson, Lenox, Cooper, Harrod, Luigarl'
Ennis, Rodemyre, Call, Graham, Allen, Sheets, Niles
Honaker, Simpson, Cure, Caywood, l-larrod, Hubbard, Rudd
Long, Linney, Maggard, Parker, Paterson, Ramsey, Allie
Boric, Sandusky, C. Taylor, Seaman, F. Taylor, N. Thompson, Franklin
Kennedy, J. Thompson, Moody, Tully, Toombs, Warren, R. Bishop
Romanowitz, Kington, Odell, Smith, Klrchdorfer, Nichols
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Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded at Monmouth
College, Monmouth, Illinois, in l87O. Beta Chi, on:
of 82 national chapters, was installed at the Univer-
sity of Kentucky in l9lO. Dark and light blue are
the sorority colors, the fleur-de-lis is the flower.
After a series of formal rush parties, the Kappas
started off the school year with a bang by pledging
The KKG's received honors in the room judging
contest by winning first place for the best house and
third place for the best room. Kappa Kappa Gamma
also won distinction as being the only organization
on the campus to contribute lO0'Xv to the World Stu-
dent Service Fund drive.
Kappa Keys claimed outstanding offices on the
campus with Ann Macklin the president of Panhellen-
ic Association, a member of Chi Delta Phi, and a re-
porter for the K-Book. Charlotte Garr was president
of the League of Women Voters, chairman of the
World Student Service Fund drive, and a representa-
tive to the SGA. Joan Kavanaugh was treasurer of
the League of Women Voters, Bette Heiss was the
vice president of the Social Work Club, and Jane
Blount was a member of Phi Upsilon Omicron.
The Kappas participated actively in all intramural
sports and various other campus activities.
The Blue and White formal at the Lexington Coun-
try Club wound up the year tor the KKG's.
Officers: Ann Macklin, president, Charlotte Garr, vice
president, Jane Blount, secretary, Bettie Carrick Nash, treas-
Members: Martha Bishop, Jane Blount, Nancy Bradford,
Nancy Jean Bright, Carolyn Carson, Jane Early, Doris Eith,
Gloria Garner, Charlotte Garr, Betty Gorman, Ann Guthrie,
Joyce Hayes, Bette Heiss, Nancy James, Joan Kavanaugh,
Ann Macklin, Joan Martin, Marcia Middleton, Bettie Nash,
May Beam Noe, Mary Odell, Barbara Rosson, Bobbie Ann
Rouse, Jeanine Schlegel, Barbara Shanklin, Mary Jouett
Swinford, Marie Sympson, Virginia Tilton, Grace Thornton,
Lois Van Meter, Anne Winburn, Julie Yager
Pledges: Carolyn Arnold, Anne Wynne Barker, Beth Bart-
lett, Mary Holmes Brand, Doris Catlin, Catherine Fitch, Sally
Gano, Joan Haffler, Anne Hall, Martha Havely, Anne Haynes,
George Ann Hertlein, Mary Ann Kirkpatrick, Susan Macklin,
Betsy Maury, Mary Ellen McCullom, Marilyn McDonald, Helen
Morrow, Sarah Pickering, Edwina May Prewitt, Mary Lou
Priestly, Leila Sherman, Peggy Thomas, Christine Thornton,
Frances Vance, Charlotte Van Deren, Mary Jane West, Mary
Wharton, Joan Whitten
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Bright, Kavanaugh, Guthrie, Haynes, Carson, Eith, Gorman
Haffler, Whitten, Arnold, Wharton, VanDeren, Vance, Sherman
C. Thornton, Pickering, Morrow, McDonald, Fitch, Maury, S. Macklin
Hertlein, Gano, Barker, Priestly, McCollum, West, Havely
Bartlett, Hall, Kirkpatrick, Holmes, Prewift, Haynes, Catlin, Brand
BUT WHAT'S THE FUN IN A CHAPERONED LARK?
Zeta Tau Alpha was founded at Virginia State
Normal College in l898. Alpha Chi, one of 83 na-
tional 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.
The year began with a bang! Formal rushing came
hand-in-hand with registration. The first few weeks
were hectic ones, but we got a group of fine pledges
so we really didn't mind. As soon as possible, after
rushing, we had initiation.
Along came November before we knew it and Sadie
Hawkins Day was upon us. We had our annual party
at the house. Everyone got her man, too. Then the
Christmas festivities began. We had our Christmas
party, which is given every year by our pledges. Our
pledges also gave, during the Christmas season, a
party for the underprivileged children at the Negro
orphanage. The next few days that followed were full
of talk about going home.
After Christmas vacation, everyone was rested and
ready and willing QD to return to school. It was kinda
hard for us to get settled down to studying, however,
but who wants to study when they can talk about the
Orange Bowl and all exciting things that happened
during Christmas vacation.
One of the biggest events of the year was coming
up, so right away we started planning for our annual
formal. We used as our theme the "Star-light Ball."
We decorated with stars and balloons and ivy around
posts. l don't know whether we enjoyed the dancing
most or greeting our alums. At any rate it was un-
forgettable tirne. ,
Initiation was soon after the second semester be-
gan. We gave our annual banquet for the new initi-
Our athletic prowess shone through and in bowling
we captured first prize, and in tennis, we were run-
ners-up. The third place trophy for ODK tags was a
The year was full of fun and excitement. Already
everyone is talking about activities for the next year.
Officers: Lou Ellen Trimble, president, Martha Jane Mar-
tin, vice president: Dorothy Ann Neal and Betty Jayne Sam-
son, secretaries, Virginia Spencer, treasurer
Members: Jeannette Blair, Audrey Cawood, Trudy Clary,
Edith Cones, Agnes Hutchinson, May Leach, Elizabeth Link,
Martha Jane Martin, Dorothy Neal, Emily Parker, Ronna
Richterkessing, Rose Ruh, Betty Jayne Samson, Bowie Safe,--
field, Virginia Spencer, Jane Sturm, Lou Ellen Trimble, Eva
Walsh, Nancy Watlington, Norma White
Pledges: Martha Jane Anthony, Pat Barnes, Janie Butt,
Betty Conner, Sarah Davidson, Lee Dillon, Eunice Dixon, Sarah
Dugan, Betty Hazel, Mary Ingles, Jackie Krieger, Louise Mar-
tin, Betty Mulloy, Charmaine Peterson, Janet Powell, Carolyn
Ross, Mable Scott, Betty Faye Siddens
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Anthony, Sturm, Martin, L. Satterfield, Ingles, Mulloy
Dillon Peterson, Conner, Siddens Powell, Ross, Hazel
AT DUNN'S DRUG CORNER, YOU'LL FIND ZTA
Travis, Goldstein, Clarick
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Tau Alpha Pi
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. Officers are
Gloria Travis, president, Frances Goldstein, vice presi-
dent, Bobby Clarick, secretary-treasurer.
To start the fall season, the pledge class gave a
"Big Sister" luncheon for the actives at the Golden
Horseshoe. Later on in the fall, a big steak fry and
picnic was held. The result was loads of fun and
To end the semester and to open the holiday sea-
son, a small party was given for the enioyment of all.
Members: Roberta Clarick, Frances Goldstein,
Pledges: Julie Blumenthal, Annette Nahm, Sue
294 SMALL NUMBERS . . BUT LOTS OF FUN
The Panhellenic Council is composed of two representatives from each
social sorority on the campus.
Purpose: To foster cooperation and observance of social rules and to encourage high scholar-
ship and good will among sorority women.
Faculty advisors: Jane Haselden and Sarah B. Holmes
Officers: Ann Macklin, president: Joan Cook, vice-president, Helen Deiss, secretary, Emma
Lou Patrick, treasurer
Members: Alpha Delta Pi, Joan Cook, Frances Jackson, Alpha Gamma Delta, Gloria East-
burn, Carolyn Hays, Alpha Xi Delta, Margaret Larkin, Bert McKenna, Chi Omega, Sara Mae
Greene, Ann Kirtley, Delta Delta Delta, Helen Deiss, Jean Warren, Delta Zeta: Shirley Porter,
Nita Powers, Kappa Alpha Theta, Fawn Grey, Barbara Willing, Kappa Delta, Emma Lou Pat-
rick, Doll Price, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Nancy Bradford, Ann Macklin, Tau Alpha Pi, Gloria
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Alpha Gamma Rho
Alpha Gamma Rho was founded at Indianapolis,
Indiana, in l908 and now has 33 national chapters.
Omicron chapter was installed at the University of
Kentucky in l920. Green and gold are the fraternity
colors, the pink rose is the fraternity flower. Mem-
bers on the University faculty are J. O. Barkman,
Phillip Edwards, W. P. Gorrigus, E. J. Kinney, H. B.
Morrison, H. B. Price, Paul McComas and E. J. Wil-
ford. The chopter's faculty advisor is Dr. H. L. Town-
The end of school was not the end of activities for
Alpha Gamma Rho. Immediately after finals, the
chapter journeyed to Strohmeier's Camp, overlooking
the Kentucky River, to seek rest and relaxation from
the strain of college life. Later in the summer, the
group assembled in Christian County tor the annual
barbecue and midsummer bull session.
Upon returning to school, it seemed rather strange
to have no intensified rushing and pledging program
during Orientation Week. However, a series of house
parties, outings, and dances, culminated by the an-
nual Christmas Formal, rounded out the social ac-
tivities for the semester. Alpha Gamma Rho, active
in the various campus organizations, placed men in
Keys, Lances, ODK, Lamp and Cross, SGA, Alpha
Zeta, and Scabbard and Blade.
Spring semester activities included a concentrated
rush program, informal dances and river parties, and
the traditional Pink Rose Formal.
The fraternity was active in intramural sports, en-
tering teams in all phases of competition.
Officers: Waller Cooper, president, Eugene Weakley, vice-
president, Edward Stroube, secretary, John Godfrey, treasurer
Members: Woodrow Antle, Elmer Bean, L. K. Burcham,
Turner Burns, Jack Cash, Allen Cloud, John Cooper, Waller
Cooper, Bruce Cotton, Jack Craftcn, James Crafton, Joe Craf-
ton, Richard Crafton, Robert Culton, Robert Enlaw, Warren
Featherston, James Fowler, Edward Gallrein, John Godfrey,
Karl Grady, Joe Grimes, James Gulley, Carl Hamilton, Joe
Haycraft, John Heller, William Hendrick, Edd Hogg, Arthur
Hounshell, Robert Huffman, Kenneth Hundley, Donald Laf-
foon, Robert Layman, J. E. Lynn, James Martin, William Mau-
pin, Lawas McClure, William McClure, Edward McDavitt,
James Meador, Fred Neuville, Keen Norris, Bernard Perraut,
Ted Rau, Robert Smith, John Street, Edward Stroube, Brent
Thompson, Roy Turner, Eugene Weakley, Charles Wills
Pledges: James Duffy, Arnold Taylor
296 THIS HALE 84 HEARTY CREW FROM ROSE LANE
ALPHA GAMMA RHO
Four of a kind, Keen, Jim F., Bill, Bruce . . . King Cotton, Queen Burker . . . Jack's and Bill's Model A-
and Bruce "Pretty Leg" . . . Carl Grady and Jack Cash, resting on a Brown Swiss cow on a Dairy trip through
Wisconsin . . . Putman and Crafton-thinkers . . . Muley and his own true love, Gloria . . . Bernard and
his wife-- Ed and his date . . . What is it? . . . Jack clowning for "Mom" . . .'May Day float . . . By the
sea-. . . Nature lovers, Ed McDavitt, Martha Swofforci, Dotty Doyle, Bch Smith . . . Dance . . . Mr. "Al"
Gulley, Esq .... Roy and Trip look mighty happy
AT HOME IN THEIR SCHOLASTIC SADDLE
ALPHA GAMMA RHO
Haunshell, Codper, Stroube, Weakley, Godfrey, McClure
Turner, Grady, Norris, Martin, Smith, Perranf
Hogg, Huffman, W. McClure, Ran, McDavitf, Hendrick
R. Craffon, Fowler, Enlow, Joe Craffon
298 RIDE THROUGH COLLICH WITH NEVER A CARE
ALPHA GAMMA RHO
Jack Craflon, Dash, James Crafton, Maupin, Hamilton, Laffoon
Layman, Grimes, Burchan, Heller, Neuville, Burns
Meador, Cotton, Hindley, Wills, Cloud, Featherston
Street, Sluffly, Taylor, Thompson '
BUT ALWAYS A PLEl5GE PADDLE 299
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 talismon rose is the flower. Dr. Lysle W. Croft is
Alpha Sigma Phi's friendly mascot, "Taffy," is
fully aware of whot's going on. She reveals all the
charm that an English boxer is supposed to possess.
"Taffy" heard the boys discussing their Gibson Girl
Ball that was held last Spring. Perhaps in her doggish
day-dreams she could picture the dates attired in the
ribbons and bustles that grandma made famous.
"Taffy heard one of the fellows mention that Pi
Kappa Alpha and Delta Delta Delta were presented
trophies as winner, and runner-up respectively last
Spring in the all-Greek bridge tournament the Sigs
sponsor annually. She listened attentively as the Al-
pha Sigs discussed their winter formal which was held
in the Lafayette Hotel Gold Room.
"Taffy' was slightly puzzled when she sow her
masters getting dressed for their annual Apache
Party, but the mascot did realize what the Christmas
party for the Lincoln School children was about. She
could see happiness beaming from the faces of little
children as they unwrapped gifts around the Alpha
Sig's brightly decorated tree.
"Taffy" was very pleased to see the radio-phono-
graph combination that the Alpha Sigs received for
winning secondary honors in the Phillip Morris contest.
She also took special note of the Georgia Bull Dog
that the Kentucky Wildcat was chasing in the Home-
She barked with pride when the Alpha Sigs raised
their scholarship 164k this year. She swelled her
chest when she heard Omer Stikeleather was elected
president of Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity, and
that Roy Giehls was tapped for Keys. She looks for-
ward to seeing the Kernel each week now that Wilfred
Lott and Holt Mastin are on the staff. And those two
bowling trophies above the Sig's fireplace really
caught her eye.
Officers: William Bauman, president, A. O. Liles, vice
president, Zollie Witt, secretary, Harold Armsey, treasurer
Members: Doug Allgood, Harold Armsey, William Bauman,
Cecil Beckett, Bill Burks, Jack Carpenter, Jim Combs, Hugh
Dillehay, Fritz Engler, Victor Frizell, Roy Giehls, Tom Gil-
more, John Griffin, Bert Griffith, Tom Hartstern, Charles
Johnson, Hersh Keeling, Jim Kuhn, William Lamb, A. O.
liles, Wilfred Lott, John Marcum, Holt Mastin, Ken Mere-
dith, Clare Moore, Tom Neal, Louis Nichols, Jim Reynolds,
Dudley Saunders, William Snead, Omer Stikeleather, Robert
vititow, Sam Webb, Mark Whalen, Zollie Witt
Pledges: William Carroll, Frank Cornett, Robert David, Ed-
ward Hall, William Hay, John Hickok, Arthur Hill, John Neu-
ville, M. C. Noger, Pete Rasmussen, Robert Tapscott
300 THE BROTHERS IN THEIR BROADWAY CASTLE
ALPHA SIGMA PHI
Christmas spirits and lots of fun . . . C'est la guerre, eh? . . . Taffy, our mascot lust had her ears clipped
. . . Diamond Jack Carpenter and small round friend . . . Sigs relax on their way to SMU . . . George, Tom,
and Ken aren't really sneering at the camera . . . Beach Party . . . Ahhh, The Orange Bowl . . .
Ole Roy Giehls-Claus spreads good will and candy . . . Pretty Betty Ford makes good with one of our
brothers . . . Relaxing again? Hurry or you won't make the SMU game . . . Party boys, John, Bill, Vic,
Claire, Tom, and Holt . . . Pole sitting will get you nowhere . . . Just plain Tex . . . And the younger kids
have their fling at the house . . . A house party always means lovely gals
MAKE SHY COEDS HEAVE A SIGH
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Combs, Carroll, Webb, Cooper
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Cornett, Reynolds, Myles, Stikeleathcr
THESE BOYS OF ALPHA SIGMA PHI 303
Alpha Tau Omega was founded at Virginia Military
Institute in l865. It now has lO7 chapters. Mu Iota
chapter was installed on the University of Kentucky
campus in 1909. Fraternity colors are blue and gold,
the white tea rose is the flower. The chapters faculty
advisor is L, E. Nollau. Members of the University
faculty are L. E. Nollau, L. J. Horlacher, Bart Peak,
Niel Plummer, Frank Rainwater, John Goodlette, and
Walter M. Hatcher.
The ATO's calendar of events started this year
with a rush party held at Frank Moturo's home in
Georgetown. The Tau's had a very enjoyable evening
partying with the girls of the Sigma Kappa and Kap-
pa Delta sororities. After rush week, social events
came often . . . Halloween dance, at the house . . .
Lances Carnival, in which we presented a Gay Nineties
Revue . . . Homecoming party, our homecoming dis-
play was rated fourth this year . . . the annual Snow
Ball Dance, ot which time Betty Lyon of Alpha Delta
Pi was selected our Snow Ball Queen, two Sleepy
Hollow parties . . . party honoring Charles Coburn
. . . party for underprivileged children just before
Christmas , . . annual Christmas Party at the house
. . . French Apache party which proved to be tres
interessant . . . Shipwreck Party and finally, our an-
nual Derby Dance, just before the Kentucky Derby.
Outstanding members in the fraternity this year
included: George Reynolds, editor of the Kentucky
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champion on campus and teaming with Dan Stammer,
doubles champions, John Pedigo, president of Scab-
bard and Blade, and vice-president of Pershing Rifles,
Frank Maturo, vice-president of the YMCA, Joe Craig
Smith, treasurer of Scabbard and Blade, Harold Flee-
nor, managing editor of the Kentucky Kernel and vice
president of Scabbard and Blade, Brantley Amberg,
treasurer of Pershing Rifles, and Gene Elder, selected
Officers: John Pedigo, president, Maubert Mills, vice presi-
dent, Frank Maturo, secretary, Royce Pulliam, treasurer
Members: Jewell Addison, Bill Allen, Brantley Amberg,
Tom Arnold, Lee Baker, Robert Blakeman, Walter Brooks,
Thomas Cornelison, Jim Dotson, Eugene Elder, Edgar Gaither,
Oscar Geralds, William Hall, Stanley Hogg, David Holland,
Jack Humphries, James Lackey, Mark Lackey, Carson Lyons,
Jack Marshall, Frank Maturo, James Maturo, C. A. McClain,
Jim McCowan, Cecil Meeks, John Milkovich, Cliff Miller,
Maubert Mills, Dave Moberly, Will Moore, Dick Moorman,
Mert Mynhier, Bill Noe, Maurice Pace, James Paralas, John
Pedigo, Gene Phillips, John Prichard, Royce Pulliam, Clarence
Range, George Reynolds, Ray Robinson, Bill Saunders, Tom
Simpson, Joe Smith, Ralph Smith, Gus Snyder, Bill Sparks,
George Sparrow, Dan Stamer, Owen Vance, Ernest Vines,
Pledges: Elbert Harber, Joe McClain, Frank Rainwater,
Jack Suttles, Harold Wooclell
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Lackey, Sfamer, Harber, Pace, Milkovich, J. Maturo
Saunders, Penn, Dotson, Smith, Humphries, Range
Moore, Sparks, Vossler, Phillips, Gibson, Noe
Lyons, Moberly, Vance, McGee, Holland, Elder
McKenzie, Lackey, Brooks, Nard, Amberg
Delta C hi
Delta Chi was founded at Cornell University, Oc-
tober 13, 1890 and installed on the University of
Kentucky campus in 1914. Fraternity colors are red
and buff, and the white carnotion is the flower.
Professor William Tollman is the faculty advisor.
Members on the University campus are William Toll-
man, Caroyll Carter, Ken Kuhn.
Delta Chi's biggest activity of 1949 was its Spring
Formal, held April 28 at the Phoenix Hotel, where
Miss Sally Eade, now Mrs. Charles Breckel, was select-
ed Sweetheart of Delta Chi. For the Lances Carnival,
pledge Joe Owens presented a puppet show. For Hal-
loween a costume party was held, and prizes were
awarded for the best costumes to Steve Rouh and
The University's fencing team membership is large-
ly dominated by Delta Chi's. George Christen, Charles
LeGette, and Doug Brown have earned two "K"s
apiece, John Ford and Charles Mitchel-l have one each.
Bob Doyle is on this year's freshman team.
The big event of 1950 for Delta Chi was the
Alumni Reunion, which took place March 25 . . .
This conference was planned to give all the alumni
that have graduated from this chapter a chance to
get together and discuss old times. Over fifty men
Officers: George Cannon, president, Paul Pratt, vice presi-
dent, William Farra, secretary, John Ford, treasurer
Members: Doug Brown, George Cannon, Charles Caulk,
Dave Chapman, Charles Chinn, George Christen, Jim Darst,
Charles Dodson, Norm Ethington, Bill Farra, John Ford, Karl
Fulton, Bill Gordon, Alex Grech, Ken Handy, Hank Hardin,
Gene Harmon, Charles Hendricks, Dave Holliday, Bob Ho-
warth, Bob Johnson, Tommy Johnston, Tom Lawson, Charles
LeGette, Charles Mitchell, Pete Nichols, Seth Nuchols, Bill
Peak, George Pendergrass, Paul Pratt, Steve Rauh, Angelo
Testa, Jim Wesley, Ralph Wilson
Pledges: Max Bordon, Paul Bryant, Kent Campbell, Finley
DeMoss, Bob Doyle, Bob Dumas, Joe Owens, Dave Parry
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Peak, Nichols, Nuchols, Johnston, Johnson, Handy
Hendricks, Gordon, Christen, Howarth, Fulton, Holliday
Borden, Caulk, Elhington, Dodson, Darsl, Chinn
DeMoss, Campbell, Doumas, Mrs. Douglas, Doyle, Owens, Parry
FENCING FOILS -A BASEMENT GAME
Delta Tau Delta
Delta Tau Delta was founded at Bethany College,
Virginia, in 1859, and now has 82 chapters. Delta
Epsilon chapter was installed on the University of
Kentucky campus in 1924. The fraternity colors are
purple, white, and gold, the flowers is the iris.
Delts converged on UK in September and found a
completely redecorated "Shelta" a fitting setting for
another year of BIG activity. A complete Rush Week
in September set the standard for a full semester's
rush and paid big dividends with an outstanding
pledge class in February.
The Delt "Black-face Meller-drama" with lovely
Nancy Brewer as sponsor took first place in the fra-
ternity division at Lances' Carnival. Our Homecoming
Decoration designed by Dick Rhodemyre received
honorable mention in Homecoming competition.
A series of week-end river parties and house dances
topped with the "White Christmas" formal and a
party for underprivileged children climaxed the first
The Orange Bowl game and New Year's Eve gave
everybody a good excuse for a good "tanning" and
Delts congregated in Miami to get their share of the
celebration. Pat Moore's home in Miami proved a
suitable substitute for the "Shelta" in Lexington, even
tho "Little Liza" did displace a few rafters.
The second semester gave a new impetus to Delt
doings, and a maze of river parties, house parties, and
dances made it open season for good times. The Or-
chid Formal in April at the Student Union ballroom
proved a dance to be equalled and highlighted the
Delts are leaders in all phases of campus life -
sports, scholastics, honoraries, publications, and or-
ganizations are studded with Delt leaders. Intramural
sports are sparked by Delt participation. Delt Sere-
nades are a campus tradition and the All-Campus
Sing trophy has been taken by Delta Tau Delta for
twelve out of fourteen years.
Officers: Charles M. Patrick, president, Robert McCowan,
vice president, Omar Tatum and Glenn Wills, secretaries:
Ralph Tatum, treasurer 4
Members: John Ballantine, Danny Beam, David Beam, Lee
Brewster, David Brown, William Browne, Thomas Burke, Kent
Button, Gaylord Caswell, Earl Caudlll, Donald Combs, Fred-
erick Dorr, Benny Elkin, James Fothergill, William D. Grote,
Jack Gutermuth, Courtney Hall, James Inman, Jerry Inman,
John Jenkins, Marvin Lear, Carl Lezius, Douglas Martin,
Thomas Y. Martin, Robert McCowan, Fred Miller, James
Mokas, Willis Munro, Paul Nuckols, Douglas Osborn, Charles
Patrick, Stanley Portmann, Thomas Radden, Ray Randolph,
Mickey Regan, Richard Rhodemyre, Jim Riggs, Walter Roy,
Phil Shannon, Don Sherlock, Charles Smith, Roger Snow,
Frank Southworth, Robert Stephens, Robert Stewart, Omar
Tatum, Ralph Tatum, Jack Tharp, Thomas Townes, John Tully,
Carl Turner, William Usher, Jerry Wagner, Bill Ware, Clayton
Webb, Al Wieman, Glenn Wills
Pledges: James Anders, Sonny Burton, Louis Cattlet,
George Creedle, Joe Pat Gorman, Paul Holleman, Tom Hutz-
ler, Wally King, Fred Miller, David Nightingale, Bill Papania,
Mickey Smock, Bill Thurman, Monty Trimble, Nelson Whipple
ALWAYS A HAT, A SONG, AND A "HEY"
DELTA TAU DELTA
Fall Rush-and Delts and dates dance . . . Lovely Nancy Brewcr, Dclt sponsor at Lances Carnival . . . '
Luscious Kyian Queen Pat Moore and new-Prexy Ballantine agree . . . Sebree, T. Y., and Tom arc evidently
camera conscious . . . So are the snackers . . . Ditto, the couch crew . . . Stille could use a new hat . . .
Looks Iikc thc coke crowd at a Union dance . , . Santa Regan filled everybod 's stockings and more . . . Off
for the Alps, or just off? . . . Lawn party . . . the angels were There . . . 'Fricks for the kids? . . . Jump!
. . . The door will open . . . More cokes
ALWAYS "ME-ME" AND A WINNING WAY
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D. Martin, Southworth, Brewster, Sherlock, Tully
Stephens, Strother, Roy, Munro, Riggs
Eikin, Stewart, Wilson, Rhodes, Smith
Haynes, Townes, West, Mokas, Shannon, Sandner
THESE DELTS ARE TOPNOTCH EXAMPLES
DELTA TAU DELTA
Rhodemyre, Ballantine, Caswell, Burke, Lezi
J. Inman, Dorr, Turner, Combs, E. Inman
Gutermuth, Ware, Brown, Caudill, T. Martin
Button, Jenkins, Miller, Grote, Wagner
Beatty, Fothergill, Langston, Snow, Osborne, Portmann
OF FRAT MEN FROM U.OF K.
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Kappa Alpha was founded at Washington and Lee
University in 1865 and now has 73 chapters. Theta
chapter, installed at the University of Kentucky
campus, February 2l, 1893, was the first fraternity
organized on the 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, J. Logan Massie,
C C. Carpenter, G. D. Buckner, Harry Best, J. R.
Sterret, J. W. Pryor. Dean C. C. Carpenter is the
chapter's faculty advisor.
After a summer party at the Stoner Creek Country
Club of Paris, Kappa Alpha returned to begin the
school year. The fall semester included a series of
rush parties which extended throughout the entire
semester. Other social activities included open houses,
hayrides, a serenade, buffet suppers, and dances, of
which the highlight was the Christmas Formal given
at the Lexington Country Club.
January l9th was spent in observance of the birth-
day of General Robert E. Lee, the spiritual founder of
the fraternity. This was followed by a Secession Day
dance at Club Joyland.
A highly successful spring semester was ended with
the annual Old South Ball at which the men dressed
as Confederate soldiers or southern gentlemen and
their ladies as southern belles. Other activities for
spring days were beach parties, picnics and dances.
Officers: Hardin Short, president: Ollie McCormick ll, vice
president, W. B. Thomas, secretary, Donald Grugin, treasurer
Members: Robert Anspach, Fred Augsburg, George Baker,
Thomas Baldwin, James Barker, Cavin Barnett, Frank Benton,
James Blair, Raymond Burch, Williard Carmichael, J. L. Car-
son, Thomas Clore, Warren Crockett, David Dick, Melvin
Downs, Edward Durnil, Clenet Ellis, Richard Felner, George
Griffin, Donald Grugin, Frank Hare, William Harris, James
Heffernan, Alex Herndon, Richard Hoddy, Jack Judy, Wil-
liam Knight, James Lewis, William Mansfield, Joseph Math-
ews, Ollie McCormick, Bacon Moore, William Muir, Robert
Palmer, John Platter, Warren Rogers, William Rogers, Blair
Seaman, Hardin Short, William Sloane, Paul Smith, William
Spillman, John Stout, Winford Thomas, Robert Trimble,
Kenneth Tudor, Gardner Turner, John Ward, Thomas Wilborn,
Pledges: Cecil Holcomb, Robert McCoun, Jon Rice, Pat-
rick Riley, J. C. Saylor, Roger Williams
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Lewis, Rogers, Turner, Durnil, Douns, Ellis, Palmer
Rice, Saylor, Blair, Griffin, Platter, Mansfield, Burch
Augsburg, Rogers, Hare, Holcomb, McCown, Riby, Muir
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Kappa Sigma was founded at the University of Vir-
ginia, Decernber 10, 1869. Beta Nu, one of 117
chapters, was installed on the University of Kentucky
campus in 1901. The fraternity colors are scarlet,
white and green, the lily-of-the-valley is the flower.
Faculty advisor is Frank D. Peterson.
The fall semester opened quietly with delayed rush-
ing in effect, and first interest was directed toward
house improvements. The return to the books, study
groups, library dates, the "Shoe", the "Cottage", and
the "Spring", was high-lighted by our Fall Formal
at the new Boiling Springs Country Club.
Kappa Sigma is proud to have as its own the most
beloved dignitary on campus . . . namely Crawford,
who, although attending classes regularly, finds time
for many varied extra-curricular activities.
Our homecoming decoration was considered to be
one of our best efforts in many years. The ingenuity
and skill of Fred Howard was responsible for this, and
other decorations which included a witch, twenty-five
feet tall, for our traditional Halloween party.
Our Dogwood Dog Shop at the Lances Carnival
took in more money than any other booth on the
Midway, perhaps the biggest attraction was our spon-
sor, Pat Moore, later chosen Kentuckian Beauty
A hard fighting Kay Sig touch football team, after
a successful season, was nosed out in the semi-finals
by the Men's Dorm, the University champions.
Officers: Harvey Mac Pewitt, president, William Bennett,
vice president, Wallace McCollum, secretary, Ray Colton,
Members: Dewey Allen, Robert Allen, Richard Anderson,
Rodney Beck, William Bennett, William Berger, Joe Bodkin,
William Brandenberg, Clifford Brumbaugh, Lester Bryant,
Robert Buck, Joe Campbell, James Carter, Virgil Christian,
Ray Colton, David Combs, Frank Dempsey, Robert Duff,
Malcolm Dunn, Marce Dunn, David Eppley, Kenneth Felty,
Lucas Floyd, James Ford, Ed Fossett, William Gault, Dwaine
Gullett, Robert Heath, Fred Howard, Jack Jones, Milton Ka-
foglis, George King, Wesley King, Joe Knight, Charles Koeh-
ler, Rollie Leach, Robert Lentz, Gerald LeMasters, Wallace
McCollum, Don Moffett, Harold Mullins, Robert Norris, John
Perkins, Mac Pewitt, Bob Reynierson, Shelley Riherd, Tony
Rotunno, Joe Simms, James Simpson, Irving Stapp, Roger
Stark, James Steele, James Stewart, Waitman Taylor, Richard
Tomey, Charles Tucker, Dan Warren, Joe Wathen, Glenn
Weatherspoon, Robert Wesley, Roger Whitlan, George Witt,
Pledges: William Forrester, Don Frampton, Forrest Grider,
Gerald Isaacs, Joe Nace, Carl Warren, Kenneth Wolf, Ben
314 THO HOMECOMING TROPHIES ARE THEIR PRIDE
Halloween party . . . KS Halloween witch decoration . . , Delegates to thc National Convention . . . Spring
on Herrington Lake . . . Five Kappa Sigs and Crawford . . . Crawford, the wonderidog . . . The dcvil in a
new role . . . Fall Formal, at Boiling Springs . . . Homecoming Decorations . . . Haloween party, cross section
AND LI'L ABNER IS IN THEIR MIDST
Wesley, Pewitt, Colton, Bennett, Weafherspoon
Stark, Brumbaugh, Rotunno, Tucker, Knight
Whilton, D. Warren, Beck, Fosseft, Jones
Leach, Combs, Wafhen, Wright, Bryant
Brandenberg, Berger, Dempsey, W. King, R. Allen, Ford
WITH KAPPA SIGS, NOT ONE DENIES
LeMasters, Simms, G. King, Stapp, Heath
Steele, Gault, Riherd, Howard, Eppley
Stewart, Campbell, Dunn, Felty, Anderson
Floyd, Bodkin, Tomey, Moffett, Dunn
I. Allen, Taylor, Carter, Gullett, Koehler, Witt
CRAWFORQ TOPS THE ALL-TIME LIST
Lambda Chi Alpha
Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston Univer-
sity in 1909. Epsilon Phi chapter, one of 131 chap-
ters, was installed on the University of Kentucky
campus in 1930. Purple, green and gold are the fra-
ternity colors, the white tea rose is the flower. Alum-
ni on the University faculty include Aubrey J. Brown,
C. O. Mack, Thomas Hankins, William Ward, Frank
McFarlan, and Charles Acton.
The pledges that Lambda Chi selected under the
delayed rushing system got a good work-out in the
little Siberian mine at 319 E. Maxwell Street. Thanks
to these gentlemen, and to a good many stalwart ac-
tives, who tunneled mud night and day in the cellar,
we now have a comfortable basement dining room.
A number of Lambda Chi's still have backaches
from bending over to pick up Phillip Morris wrappers.
But most any evening now, we can be found recuper-
ating in a snug chair viewing programs on the tele-
vision set we won in the cigarette wrapper contest.
Both the Lambda Chi Valentine's Day formal and
Annual Crescent Ball were as whirlingly successful as
low-cut dresses and Cspiritedl feet can make such
After brother Fred Molsberger's winning the Sadie
Hawkin's Day turnip chomping contest, and the Pi-
Week pie eating contest, the Lambda Chi's are du-
biously proud of having with them the biggest eater
Members prominent in campus activities are: Bob
Cox, Kernel Managing Editor, Kenneth Blevins, Presi-
dent of Alma Magna Mater, Co-Chairman of YMCA
Commission, Carl Faith, SGA and Lances, and Joe
Lee, SGA and Kernel. '
Officers: Carl Faith, president, Joe Lee, vice president,
Theodore Gesling, Jr., secretary, Alex Chamberlain, treasurer
Members: W. Adams, Steve Bartalsky, Ken Blevins, Alex
Chamberlain, J. Cox, Joe De Vita, Carl Faith, Theodore Ges-
ling, James Getker, Robert Hamilton, Charles Hawley, Harold
Hoffman, Thomas Huff, John ldleman, Robert Keesee, John
Krumpelman, Joe Lee, Leslie Lingenfelter, Howard Locke,
Ben Lutes, Richard Mackc, Robert Mills, Fred Molsberger,
Charles Moore, C. W. Morrow, Bernard Noland, William
Podulski, Charles Reed, Roy Rhodes, Robert Smith, Fred
Stromberg, E. E. Tackett, Carl Turner, Garland Wells
Pledges: Jim Aurand, Toni DeFoggi, Layne Fleming, Harold
Hall, Frank Kane, Greg Maples, John Peters, Bob Ratliff, Bill
Robinson, Bob Tiller, Moss Vance, Ray Wagner
ALL SET FOR SGA ELECTIONS
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
Sanfa Claus DeVi1'a . . . Turnip Chompin' King Molsbcrgcr . . . Carl and Mickey . . . Time out . . . Homo-
coming . . . Thanks To Phillip Morris and Company . . . Valentine Dance . . . Snakc'pit . . . The Maze . . .
Little Siberia . . . Formal ending
CALLS FOR PHILLIP MORRIS YET' 319
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
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Phi Delta Theta
Phi Delta Theta's biggest news of the year was the
launching of the alumni drive to finance the con-
struction of our new chapter house. lt is hoped that
l95l will see our new home going up.
As well as the usual fall and spring formals at the
Lexington Country Club, the Phi Delts gave a very
successful party for underprivileged children at Christ-
mas and had a fine representation in the charity show
The delayed pledging program made its mark in
our rushing program. Many parties were held for the
rushees and a fine pledge class was pledged in Feb-
Our intramural teams well represented the frater-
nity in all sports. Phi Delta Theta finished strong in
John Owens captained the golf team, and John
Stough captained the baseball team. Jim Howe fin-
ished his collegiate football career with a sterling
performance in the Orange Bowl.
Phi Delta Theta was founded at Miami University,
Oxford, Ohio, in l848, and now has ll4 chapters.
Kentucky Epsilon chapter was installed on the Uni-
versity of Kentucky campus in l9Ol. Azure and ar-
gent are the fraternity colors, the white carnation is
the flower. Faculty advisor is Dr. Alfred McEwen.
Officers: Allan West Wood, president: John Stough, vicc
president, Tom Ray, secretary, Ken Scroggins, treasurer
Members: Crawford Anderson, Phelps Anderson, Art As-
bury, Jack Barrett, Ted Bates, David Cheek, Randy Childress,
Sammy Collins, Sandy Cummins, John Diskin, Tom Diskin,
Garland Dummitt, John Ewing, Kent Floyd, Bill Giltner, Lee
Guthrie, Bill Hall, Tommy Hallock, Jack Hibbs, Winthrop
Hopsan, Jim Howe, Ed Jouett, Herman Kessler, Bill Linville,
Marshall McCann, William McCann, James Mulloy, John
Owens, Harold Potts, Tommy Ray, Joe Richardson, R. T.
Richardson, Doc Roemelc, Harold Rose, Billy Scent, Bob
Scherer, Joe Schoepf, Kenny Scroggins, Bill Semonin, Hub
Spencer, Jack Stevens, John Stough, Tommy Taylor, Tommy
Thompson, Tom Underwood, Bob Vatter, Bill Ward, Ed Whit-
field, David Wilkinson, Allen Wood, Charley Zurchmeide
PHI DELTS LOVE LEISURELY LIVING
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murals . . . Phi Delt Formal at the Country Club-good music, pretty girls-make for good dancing . . .
A session with University officials about the new chapter house . . . Discussing plans for thc new house are
Dr. McEwen, faculty advisor, Dr. Donovan, Allan Wood, Pryor Hancock, Dean Kirwan, and Comptroller Peter-
son . . . Florida vacations are a ioy, aren't they? . . . Looks serious . . . John and Fawn on the lawn, pawn,
AND CLAIM PART INTEREST IN TI-IE CCTTAGE
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A NEW HOUSE SOON TO BOOST THEIR NAME
Phi Kappa Tau
The brothers of Phi Tau's Kappa chapter returned
reluctantly back to old UK and began the three-day
body-battering ordeal of registration. Next came the
iob of getting the big stone house on Broadway ready
for another year of activity. When the dust had
settled, we found ourselves not in the middle of the
usual rush week, but a rush semester-delayed
pledging had come to the University of Kentucky.
There was the usual round of social events which
included stag smokers, after-game open houses, a
Hobo Party icomplete with blue-jeans and handlebar
mustachesl, a Halloween costume dance fyou should
have seen some of those costumesl, and our big event
of the year, the annual Fall Formal. Miss Jane Bash-
am, Kappa Delta from Hardinsburg, was chosen
"Dream Girl of Phi Kappa Tau" and received the
traditional cup and red carnations during intermission.
A party at Howard's after the dance topped the eve-
Despite such a round of extra-curricular activities,
the boys found time to open their school-books oc-
casionally and jumped the fraternity's campus scho-
lastic standing by l2 places.
Phi Kappa Tau was founded at Miami University,
Oxford, Ohio, in l906. Kappa chapter, one of 65
national chapters, was installed at the University of
Kentucky in l920. The fraternity colors are Harvard
red and old gold, the red carnation is the flower.
Robert Mills is the chapter's faculty advisor.
Officers: John Heick, president, Matthew Downer, vice
president, James McNeal, secretary, Kenneth Kasey, teras-
Members: Kenneth Ashby, Thomas Barnes, Frank Barnett,
William Boles, Warren Briggs, William Carlton, Delmon Car-
son,. Hugh Cassell, Billy Chandler, George Conway, Howard
Dickey, Matthew Downer, James Glass, Thomas Graham,
Willard Harper, John Heick, Robert Holbrook, Kenneth Kasey,
John King, Charlie Lucas, Edward Merye, Edward Massie,
Robert McDaniels, Kenneth McKeehan, James McNeal, Rob-
ert Raybourne, Robert Robertson, Edward Self, Steve Shelton,
Kenneth Skinner, Herman Weber, Charles Young
Pledges: John Brownfield, Bert Jody, Lloyd Leach, Richard
Matracia, Harold Stumbo, Richard Walker
HERE'S AN INDIVIDUALISTIC CREW
PHI KAPPA TAU
"Cokes" for The Boys, at The Fall formal af Boiling Springs . . . Halloween Costume, party at the house . . .
The "Old Timers" . . . The Phi Tau four . . . New Year's Eve in Miami . . . Tom Graham and B. J. Sampson
- "Lovers" and Dream Girl picture . . . Hobo Party, Steve Shelton, Henry Weber
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PHI KAPPA TAU
Marye, Massie, McDanieIs, Robertson
McKeehan, Self, Shelton, Weber
Raybourne, Skinner, Mafracia, Bryant
Young, Jody, Walker, Sfumba
AND G-RILL WHEN CLASSES ARE MEETING
Phi Sigma Kappa began a successful year in the
fall by being awarded the Suky trophy for having the
most outstanding fraternity Homecoming Display.
Highlights throughout the social calendar for the first
semester included a tea held at the chapter house
honoring the housemothers, as well as several dessert
get-togethers, at which Phi Sigma Kappa played host
to the sororities.
At the froternity's annual Christmas formal, held
in the ballroom of the Student Union Building, awards
were presented to the men chosen as the most out-
An important fraternity event took place in Jan-
uary, when the Phi Sigma Kappa Regional Conclave
was held at the University. The visiting men and
their wives and dates were honored with a dance at
the Lexington Country Club at the conclusion of the
Phi Sigma Kappa heralded the second semester
with a Valentine dance at the chapter house. Enter-
tainment for the members and their guests was pro-
vided by ballad-singing Dick Pigman and other tal-
lnitiotion ceremonies were held at the end of Feb-
ruary and new members were honored by a fraternity
party at Joyland Casino.
At the most significant event of the year, the Phi
Sigma Kappa Founders' Day Formal, Miss Betty
White, Kappa Alpha Theta, the Fraternity's Moon-
light Girl, was presented.
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Outstanding members were Fred Coplin, Lamp and
Cross, Walter Patrick, Student Government Associa-
tion, Phi Delta Phi, and Lances, president, Kenneth
Midkiff, Julius Powell, and Robert Linehan, Lances,
Elliott Jones, YMCA President and Student Govern-
Phi Sigma Kappa was founded at Massachusetts
State College in l873 and now has 58 chapters. Phi
Deuteron chapter was installed at the University of
Kentucky in l926. Fraternity colors are silver and
magenta, the flower is the red carnation. Alumni on
the University faculty include E. A. Bureau, George
R. Gerherd, George W. Whitlow, Harry A. Romano-
Officers: Fred J. Coplin, president: William R. Poe, vice
president, Woodford E. Yankee, secretary, John R. Bridges,
Members: Paul Adams, David Bentley, Wesley Bird, John
Blankenship, Harry Boaz, John Bridges, Robert Bruce, Ber-
nard Burchett, J. T. Cavender, Fred Coplin, Joe Coyle, Wil-
liam Crews, U. K. Custred, William Dale, Donald DeBoer,
Donald Dodson, William Earnest, William Fields, Charles
Fleming, Alex Frame, Clyde Hamm, John Hays, James Hazle,
Harold Holtzclaw, Boyd Jessee, Elliott Jones, Richard Jones,
Winfield Leathers, Leland Lewis, Robert Linehan, A. J. Man--
gione, William Martin, Frank Mathias, Thomas Mathis, Ken-
neth Midkift, James Moore, James Murphy, Robert Nikolas,
James Northcutt, Charles Oakley, Walter Patrick, Richard
Pigman, William Poe, Julius Powell, Henry Rawlings, Edwin
Rice, Donald Rogers, Byron Romanowitz, John Rudy, George
Rybolt, Robert Summers, Daniel Tuttle, Ronald Walker, Rob-
ert Welsh, Henry White, William Whitehouse, Holland
Wintsch, Joseph Woitowitz, L. C. Woods, Woodford Yankee
Pledges: Fred Barrick, Jack Bruckert, Charles Clark, Winter
Collins, Edgar Dixon, Gerald Hamburg, Fred Menning, Mitch-
ell Moore, James Osborne, Jack Reid, Dick Saunders, B. W.
Stephens, Bob Tichnor, Robert Wages
330 THIS LODGE HAS A DIVERSE MEMBERSHIP
PHI SIGMA KAPPA
House Party . . . Moonlight Girl Dance, Fred Coplin and Glendora Northcutt . . . House again with Bernard
Burchett, Angela Schmitt, J. T. Cavendar . . . Homecoming, and high spirits!! . . . Jenny Robenson, Jack
Bruckert found at Sleepy Hollow . . . At the airport are Winter Collins, Charley Green, John Blankenship, and
Woody Yankee . . . Bonnie Spencer, Charley Clark, Betty White, Dick Jones, and Jean Sherman at the Beach
. . . Christmas, and Open House . . . Daredevil DeBoer . . . Chow Line finds Bill Crews, Tom Mathis, John
Blankenship, Charlie Clark, Don DeBoer, and Jack Bruckert . . . Balfour ware- Inspectors are Dave Bentley,
Jack Bruckert, Paul Adams, Joe Coyle, J. C. Powell, Walter Patrick, and Bob Nickolas . . . Fence Sitters Bill
Poe, Helen Seaman, Lou Toombs, and J. T. Cavender . . . Homecoming again . . . Engine trouble plagues
Woody Yankee, Harry Booz, and Jim Hazle
WHICH INCLUDES A PET SKUNK
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Hays, Boaz, Powell, Cavender, Burchett, Hamm, Coyle
Marigione, Mathis, Martin, Leathers, Lewis, Bird, Linehan
Blankenship, Custred, Crews, De Boer, Dodson, Fleming, Mathias
Fields, Frame, Dale, R. Jones, Jessee, Benfly, Hazle
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Rice, Reid, Tichenor, Menning, Hamburg, Saunders, Stephens
M. Moore, Bruckert, Barrick, Clark, Wages, Collins
A MOONLIGHT GAL HAS THEIR SUPPORT '
Due to the delayed rush program, many of the
events usually scheduled for the fall semester were
postponed until spring to help balance the social cal-
endar. Pi Kappa Alpha held open house in conjunc-
tion with all of the University's home football games,
and held a big open house to welcome the alums on
Homecoming Day. The Pi Kappa Alpha display won
second honors this year.
The Pi Kap "Dream Girl" dance was held last
spring at the Lexington Country Club, and Miss Kathy
Carter of Delta Delta Delta sorority was crowned
The fraternity's first major undertaking of the year
was the inauguration of Pi Week, which met with
great success. Pi Week was started on the campus
to attempt to help build friendship and good will
between all students. The feature of the week was
the dance at the Student Union Building which was
open to all students on the campus. The Pi Kaps
held a spaghetti supper at Castlewood Barn early in
October which was enjoyed by all.
The 1950 "Dream Girl" dance was scheduled for
the Governor's Mansion in Frankfort on April 29th.
It was the biggest and best dance the chapter has
ever held and many well known guests attended.
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Governor Clements and Happy Chandler are both
alums of Omega chapter.
Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of
Virginia, March l, 1868. Omega chapter, one of 93
chapters, was installed on the University of Kentucky
campus in l9Ol. Garnet and old gold are the fra-
ternity colors, the flower is the 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: Jim Barlow, president, Bob Gregory, vice presi-
dent, Joe Craig, secretary, Dick Dickens, treasurer
Members: Jim Barlow, William Barrows, James Bassham,
Mose Baston, Ed Brannon, Gayle Caldwell, Robert Caldwell,
Bill Clark, Tom Collins, Conley Congleton, Earl Cottrell, Joe
Craig, Paul Cunningham, Howard Curry, Brian Daugherty,
Dick Dickens, Don Donahue, Al Drake, Bob Duncan, Bruce
Ferguson, Walter Ferguson, Bain Foster, Charles Goodin, Bob
Gregory, Bob Harrison, Dee Haun, Sam Hill, Forest Hobson,
Bill Honaker, Jerald Johnston, Paul Knapp, Elmo Liebert, Jim
Long, Henry Maloney, Sid Neal, Bob Nethken, Charles Pen-
tecost, Bob Pryor, Jerry Reece, Ray Rose, Roger Salot, Bill
Samuel, James Sigler, Reeves Stoll, Richard Stoll, Robert
Swieterman, Charles Thurston, Gayle Warner, James Wash,
Frank Williams, Bob Willingham, Don Wilson, Dick Witt,
Pledges: Dick Daniel, Cline Duff, Charles Goff, Ralph
Hovermale, Raymond Lowrey, Jack Rose, Cliff Stamper, Laurel
Statham, John Truitt
334 MEMORIES' ENTWINED WITH A YELLOW RIBBON
PI KAPPA ALPHA
Pie Eating Confesf winners . . . Winners receiving prizes, longiohns!! . . . Fall formal . . . Kafhy Carfcr,
Dream Girl . . . Fall Formal again . . . Presentation of Dream Girl . . . Pi Weak boys
THE SERENADE SIREN,AND PI WEEK
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HAPPILY HOUSED IN A HANDY HALL
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Duff, Sfamper, Pentecost, Rose, Knapp
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Upon returning to school this fall, the chapter was
greeted by a completely decorated house. This fine
job was supervised by our ever faithful Minerva Club
and some of the local boys.
The social season started early with an "Initiation
Dance" at the Country Club, then a partnership af-
fair with the Phi Delts and, of course, our annual
Christmas Formal at the Phoenix.
During the first semester, SAE made itself known
on the intramural field by becoming runner-up in the
football competition, losing only to the Men's Dorm
in the play-off.
Another trophy was added to the collection when
SAE won first place in the sale of ODK tags. Our
second semester events were the Founders Day Ban-
quet, lnitiation Dance, and a successful Spring For-
mal was held at the Country Club.
Campus leaders include: Lee Truman and Kova-
naugh Rogers, football, Frank Bassett, Lances, Bob
Aspley and Clark Beauchamp, Pi Tau Sigma, Bos
Todd and lrvin Scrivner, Keys, Bob Coleman and Ned
Breathitt, ODK, Robin Griffin, Phi Eta Sigma, John
Mercer and Bob Coleman, Beta Gamma Sigma, Tony
Dallas, Lamp and Cross, Society of the Spiked Shoe,
"Skippy" Whittaker and C. M. Newton, basketball.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the Univer-
sity of Alabama on March 9, l856. Epsilon chapter,
one of 123 chapters, was installed at the University
of Kentucky in l900. Fraternity colors are purple and
gold, the flower is the violet. Faculty advisor is Grady
Officers: Ronald Shiflet, president, Gentry McCauley, vice
president, Fred Davis, secretary, Tony Dallas, treasurer
Members: Bob Aspley, Frank Bassett, Clark Beauchamp,
C. M. Boone, Edward Brcathitt, Bill Brown, John Clay, George
Cleveland, Franklin Coats, Robert Coleman, Harold Cornett,
George Criscillis, Tony Dallas, Bill Davis, Fred Davis, Josh
Denham, Charles Dishman, Jim Dixon, Bill Endicott, John
Everett, Van Fishback, Lewis Ford, Robin Griffin, Tom Grif-
fin, Larry Hammett, John Hancock, Bill Hardin, Bob Hatch-
ett, Charles Holland, Reid Holland, Kent Hollingsworth,
Harris Howard, Hal Hughes, Sam Johnson, Joe Joyner, E. T.
Kirk, Bill Lancaster, John Lebus, Brock Lippitt, Frank Long,
Fred Luigart, Alan Marsh, Finley Mayes, Gentry McCauley,
John Mercer, Bob Miller, George Montgomery, Roy Moreland,
Mac Nall, Joe Newell, C. M. Newton, Julian Nichols, Jack
Razor, Clem Ritter, Dwyer Rodes, John Rodgers, Kavanaugh
Rogers, Tom Sawyer, Irvin Scrivner, Ronald Shiflet, Bill Sparks,
Bosworth Todd, Lee Truman, Bill Wardman, J. C. Watkins,
Lucien Whittaker, Ben Williams, Dick Womack, Woodson
Wood, Craig Wright, Charles Young
Pledges: Ed Burnette, John Hill, Tommy Pardue, Andy
Politis, Bill Soper
338 THE MOST .WHOLESOME, HEALTHY BUNCH
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
Hillbilly Party at thc House . . . Mother's Day banquet at the House . . . Can-Can girls at Lances Carnival
. . . Christmas party for Fayette County Colored Orphans, Bill Hardy as Santa Claus . . . Lances Carnival
Show . . . "Typical Ed", Frank Bassett entertaining at a Hillbilly Party . . . May Day Float . . . Christmas
Formal at Phoenix Hotel
THIS SIDE OF BOY SCOUT: CAMPS
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Miller, Davis, Dallas, McCauley, Shiflet, Truman
Sparks, Breathitt, Bassett, Coleman, Young, Joyner
Wood, Everett, Hatchette, Endicott, Dishman, Criscillis
Dixon, Cleveland, Coats, Cornett, Boone, Clay
Holland, Harding, Ford, Hollingsworth
'340 THE SAE'S AND .THEIR
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
Scrivener, Rogers, Todd, Rodes, Wardman, Nall
Marsh, Mercer, Rodgers, Mayes, Beauchamp, Newell
Montgomery, Razor, Watkins, Griffin, Denham, Hughes
Kirk, Moreland, Holland, Howard, Soper, Pardue
Hancock, Hill, Polites
MEAN HARD-WORK, SMILES, AND CHAMPS 341
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Miss Mary Montague, Alpha Delta Pi, now Mrs.
Don Russell, was presented in April, I949, as the
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, at the annual Lambda
Lambda Sweetheart Dance.
Dean Elvis Stahr, an alumnus of the chapter, was
first to graduate with a 3.0 standing from the UK
Law School. He was later a Rhodes Scholar, Army
Colonel, one of IO outstanding young men in the na-
tion, and is now Dean of the Law College at UK.
Every year Sigma Chi sponsors and produces the
only best dressed contest and fashion show at UK,
believing that Kentuckians are as well dressed as
anybody. Lambda Lambda chapter of Sigma Chi
proudly participates in every college activity in which
they are permitted to engage.
Sigma Chi was one of the first national fraternities
to be installed at UK. Lambda Lambda chapter has
been undefeated in intramural football for the past
Outstanding leaders on the campus are Issac Rouse,
Lamp and Cross, Gibson Downing, Lamp and Cross,
Sam Neace, Phi Delta Phi, Ray Porter, football team.
Sigma Chi was founded at Miami University, Ox-
ford, Ohio, June 28, l855, and now has II7 chap-
ters. Lambda Lambda chapter was installed on the
University of Kentucky campus March 31, I893.
Blue and gold are the fraternity colors and the white
rose is the flower. Dr. Don Seaton is the faculty ad-
visor. Members in the faculty are Dean Elvis J. Stahr,
Dr. Don Seaton, and Dr. C. D. Phillips.
Officers: Don Russell, president, Gibson Downing, vice
president, Bob Boulter, secretary, Lloyd Chilton, treasurer
Members: C. Adams, T. Alexander, W. Benjamin, P. Bickle,
B. Boggs, R. Boulter, R. Calvert, L. Chilton, J. Clayton, G.
Combs, B. Connelly, G. Downing, J. Durham, J. Endicott, D.
Evans, J. Faulconer, J. Fletcher, S. Folger, R. French, R. Hass,
J. Heinze, R. Holder, W. Horine, W. Hoskins, G. Lawson, M.
Maggard, J. Mainous, J. Marlowe, P. Mayhew, C. McMeekin,
G. Menne, A. Moats, J. Moon, J. Morrow, W. Mosely, R.
Myers, S. Neace, R. Porter, W. Prichard, J. Raker, I. Rouse, D.
Russell, W. Simrall, G. Smith, T. Smith, T. Tabb, C. Tackett,
J. Thomas, R. Thorpe, H. Whittenberg, C. Woodward
Pledges: H. Bickle, J. Bradley, D. Fowls, E. Hendron, R.
Holway, R. Kays, C. Yeary
342 IF THREE THINGS MEAN SIGMA CHI
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Men of Distinction . . . "Mr. America" Porter , . . Wheel, cog, and a spoke . . . Homecoming . . . Sweet-
heart of Sigma Chi -Mary Montague Russell . . . Sun Worshippcrs at Miami Beach . . . Victory! . . . V.I.P.'s
at banquet . . . Getting pointers from Esquire and Mademoiselle editors
T'S KENTON, WHITE BUCKS, AND NOISE
Chilton, Downing, Ryssell, Boulfer, Beniamin
Rouse, Durham, McMeekin, T. Smith, Neace
Hoskins, Lawson, Holder, Horine, Marlowe
Porter, G. Smith, Morrow, Shropshire, Whrffenburg
Graham, Clayton, Mosely, Thomas, Woodward
344 A BACK YARD IS THEIR CLAIM TO FAME
P. Bickel, Mayhew, Myers, Fletcher, Combs
Boggs, Adams, Heinze, Moon, Haas
Yeary, Alexander, Maggard, Tackett, Endicol
Mainous, Tabb, Prichard, Raker, Menne
Bradley, Thorp, Kays, Fowls, H. Bickel, Evans
LAWDY' WHAT PARTIES! OH LAWDY!
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The outstanding social event of the year was the
annual "All-Greek" barbeque which was held in the
chapter house back yard. Members of all the Greek
letter organizations on the campus as well as the
University faculty and administrative staff were in-
vited. Other social activities included the White Star
formal held at the Lexington Country Club in De-
cember and May, and a faculty tea.
Improvements for the chapter house included re-
finishing the sluccoed exterior, painting inside and
outside, and re-covering the dining room floor with
In intramural sports, Sigma Nu entered in all
events and was awarded the winner's trophy in vol-
leyball. Ray Brown won the intramural golf cham-
Outstanding Sigma Nu's on the campus this year
were Fred Nichols, president of lnterfraternity Coun-
cil, Clyde Waits, Lances, and Lamp and Cross, and
Bill Darter, SGA.
Sigma Nu was founded at Virginia Military ln-
stitute in l869. Gamma Iota chapter, one of l02
chapters, was installed on the University of Kentucky
campus in l902. Black, gold, and white are the fra-
ternity colors, the flower is the white rose. Members
on the University faculty include Dean A. D. Kirwan,
and Paul Bryant.
Officers: Frederick E. Nichols, president, Clyde P. Watts,
vice president, Robert N. Brumtield, secretary, Paul L. Dil-
Actives: John Abel, Erwin Albrecht, Calvin Anderson,
James W. Atkins, Frank A. Atkins, John Baldridge, Bruce
Blythe, John Booe, Morgan Boyd, Leonard Brewer, Raymond
Brown, Robert Brumfield, Billy Joe Cannon, Robert C. Cayce,
Robert Earl Clements, Garmon Coburn, Jimmy Cox, Robert
Crain, William Darter, Leslie Dawson, Paul Dillingham, Wil-
liam Eaton, Carl Evans, A. L. Golightly, Ralph l-lammerle,
John Hardin, Gene Hatfield, William Hornback, Hal Johnson,
Phillip Johnston, J. V. Larkin, William Mackebee, Robert
Marcuzzi, Thomas Mattingly, Frank McNaughton, Robert
Nave, Frederick Nichols, James Nickell, Elkins Payne,
Charles Pritchett, John Dan Quertermous, William Reynolds,
King Rice, Robert Russell, Don Schardein, Fred Schmidt, Earl
Siria, Gilbert Siria, Thomas Spain, Conrad Steiner, William
Survant, Dick Thompson, Joseph Doyle Vaughn, Jay Wallace,
William Wannamaker, Clyde Watts, William Yates
Pledges: Hugh Barber, David Bere, John Brabant, Henry
Huggins, Scoggins Jones, Kenneth Oliver, William Slusher,
Robert Suit, Thomas Wheat
346 THE MOLE HOLE ON THE HILL . . THE WHITE STAR
The reception line . . . EXTRA Edition . . . The Golfers, "National Open Bound" . . . May l have your
autograph? . . . "Nails" Brumficlcl goes over some details with his mob . . . Senior Banquet . . , Sleepy
Sun-Bathcrs . . . The Sigma Nu "Club Continenfalsn . . . Getting votes . . . Clements, Dillingham and
Crain . . . "What's so funny" . . . The victors return . . . "Kozy Korner" . . . Ah! Paree in ze Zpring . . .
Sigma Nu Lances Queen-Susan Macklin . . Ramrod goes into business , . . Halloween
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Barber, Huggins, Coburn, Wheat, Brabant
ALL THIS CAND MORE? MEAN SIGMA NU
The Sig Eps returned from summer vacations to a
new chapter house at 509 East Main Street. House-
warming parties began the season, with rush parties
and after game open houses taking the spotlight.
The chapter then settled down to maintain and
raise its already improved academic standing. The
chapter has risen from lost to fourth place in fra-
ternity scholastic standings in two years.
The outstanding social event of the year was the
annual Dream Girl Dance at the Lexington Country
Club. Nancy Camp, Delta Delta Delta, captured the
title, the golden trophy, and the hearts of all Sig Eps.
The Masquerade Ball and the Spring Formal high-
lighted the spring social functions.
On the campus scene, Bob Wharton led the stu-
dents as president of the Student Government As-
sociation. The chapter was represented in ODK by
Bob Wharton, Jim Line, Bill Lawson, and Davis Fields.
Bill White was president of Pryor Pre-Med Society,
and Jim Line continued to whip off three point stand-
ings and thirty point basketball games.
Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded at the University of
Richmond in l90l. Kentucky Alpha, one of 99 chop-K
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March, l933. Purple and red are the fraternity
colors, violets and roses are the flowers. Rhea S.
Taylor is the faculty advisor. Alumni on the Univer-
sity faculty are R, E. Shaver, and Rhea S. Taylor.
Officers: William L. Wayman, president: William Reese,
vice president: Davis Fields, secretary: William Samuels,
Members: Max Ackney, Robert Arbuckle, Joseph Benne-
witz, Harold Black, Robert Breeden, Gerald Britt, Calvin
Buechele, Geren Bybee, Jamcs Carr, James Clarkson, Karl
Christ, Wilbur Cox, Kenneth Darnell, Harry Daugherty, Roger
Day, Jack Denny, Richard Dorsey, Melvin Duke, Douglas Ey,
Davis Fields, James Fritts, William Gentry, Robert Griffith,
William Hall, Everett Halstead, William Hamilton, Joseph
Hibbs, William Holman, Chesley Holoman, Harold Hood, Ted
Howard, Carl Jones, Donald Jones, Jack Kain, William Law-
son, Robert Lee, David Lewis, James Line, Felix Martin,
James Marvin, Dinwiddie Mathias, Edward Mills, Herb Mills,
Jack Moore, William O'Bannan, Roger Pate, Thomas Porter,
Edwin Rankin, Dan Rawlings, William Reese, William Rice,
Emmett Rogers, Fred Ray Rose, Ray Ross, William Samuels,
Carlos Scott, Paul Scott, Charles Sharp, Ralph Shelby, James
Shell, Clyde Spears, Donald Spears, Andrew Steeley, Dan
Sullivan, James Todd, Cabbel Utley, Robert Utterback, James
Walker, William Wayman, Robert Wharton, William White,
Jesse Williams, Harold Wilson
Pledge: W. Chauncy Suter
350 Tl-lEY'E 'THE BOYS WITH 'A NEW LOCATION
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
Scene at Dream Girl Dance . . . Sig Ep Dream Girl . , . Basement Party . . . Loafing on the front porch
. . . initiates . . . Officers . . . Sercnading our Dream Girl . . . Sunday afternoon get-together . . . Dr Seaton
lectures . . . Dream Girl candidates . . . Pledges . . . Don and Faye a coming to a party . . . Homecoming
decorations . . . A game of bridge
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Mathis, Lee, Day, Dorsey, Duke, Ey
Lewis, Givens, Holoman, Holman, Daugherty, Martin
Walker, Carr, C. Jones, While, Mills, Marvin
Scott, Mills, Kain, Clarkson, Hamilton
THEY'RE THE BIRDS WHO CALL "DADDY-O" 353
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Triangle fraternity was founded at the University
of Illinois in 1907, and now has 18 national chapters
in American colleges and universities. Kentucky chap-
ter was installed on the University campus in 1920.
Gray and Old Rose are the fraternity colors. The
flower is the gardenia.
The engineers of Triangle have been busy remodel-
ing their new house at 628 E. Main for the past year.
Socially, the Triangles have had their share ot
parties, picnics, and dances. Following the Xavier-
U.K. football game in Cincinnati, the Cincinnati chap-
ter of Triangle was host to the Kentucky Chapter for
a dinner-dance. ln return the Cincinnati Chapter was
our guest following the Cincy game. The traditional
Christmas formal was held at the Joylond Casino.
Jimmy Haworth and K. O. Tietyen were in charge of
To prove that scholarship and social life can go
hand in hand, the Triangles accomplished the follow-
ing scholastic achievements during the past year: both
the Pledge and Active scholarship trophies were won
by Triangle, 15 members of Triangle became members
of various honorary fraternities with M. V. Johnson
being president of Tou Beta Pi, and several others
holding various offices in their respective honoraries.
Triangle also had two men on the S.G.A., one on the
Engineering Student Council, and one as editor of the
The Kentucky Chapter of Triangle received high
praise from the National Council for their scholastic
rise among fraternities.
Triangle is a social fraternity for engineers. The
faculty advisor is C. K. Hoffman.
Officers: James L. Chandler, president: William G. Kappa,
vice president, Robert C. Stamper, secretary, Russell Hughes,
Members: L. K. Adams, Jr., W. Albright, W. T. Austin,
R. M. Barnes, K. Barnett, L. D. Brown, C. S. Carter, Jr., J. L.
Chandler, R. C. Deen, G. F. Dodge, E. J. Dryer, G. C. Ething-
ton, Jr., B. C. Fairchild, G. L. Feltel, F. W. Fest, G. K. Fisher,
Jr., L. F. Gifford, Jr., W. H. Harelson, J L. Haworth, J. A.
Heitz, E. R. Hughes, C. E. Jackson, M. V. Johnson, N. C.
Jones, L. A. Jordon, W. G. Kappa, F. Lau, S. F. Lee, J. A.
Legette, J. E. Linville, W. Martin, R. McCracken, J. McElroy,
W. R. Meredith, R. B. Morrison, G. K. Owen, K. R. Reynolds,
J. L. Roberts, H. A. Shacklett, J. L. Spinks, R. C. Stamper,
J. C. Stephens, C. W. Sullivan, J. W. Tietyen, L. W. Tune,
R. S. Webster, G. C. Williamson, J. D. Witt, J. E. Young
Pledges: J. A. Bishop, R. C. Brummett, A. C. Dobroth,
D. B. Fairchild, P. M. Haagenson, R. C. Johnson, M. J.
Merideth, W. R. Meyer, F. L. Owen, V. B. Pickett, O. R.
Sanders, T. B. Tackett, E. M. West
354 WITH A SLIDE RULE, HE IS VERY WISE
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Slide rules left at home this time-Fest, Jordon, Fisher, Feltel, Reynolds . . . Sand, HQO, and women equal
Beach Party . . . Mother Wood and some of her engineers . . . G. C. "preparing" for Christmas . . . Webster,
date, and indigestion at a picnic . . . Hot Dawg! . . . Gulp, Williamson, Porter, and Cranfill . . . Ken and the
pooch . . . Hap, G. C., K. O., and Jim . . . Whata racket!! . . . Derrell---posing only . . Engineers at rcst
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Dodge, Efhington, Fischer, Gifford, Felfel, Fest
Williamson, Barnes, Brown, Albright, Deen, Carter
Tune, Webster, Barnett, Young, Dryer
356 BUT THOSE FRENCH CURVES, IN ANY GUISE
Johnson, Lee, Heitz, Spinks, G. Owen, Fairchild
Jackson, Jordon, Lau, Adams, McCracken, Reynolds
Roberts, Sullivan, Harelson, Tielyen, Jones, Witt
Meyer, Stephens, Haagenson, Meredith, F. Owen
THROW A TRIANGLE OFF THE TRACK
Zeta Beta Tau
Zeta Beta Tau was founded at the College of the
City of New York, December 29, 1898, and now has
47 chapters in American colleges and universities.
Alpha lota was installed on the University of Kentucky
campus on December 3, l942. Blue and White are
the fraternity colors, the Spring Beauty is the flower.
As the new semester began Alpha Iota was busy
remodeling its house. Many improvements were add-
ed which included new kitchen facilities, complete
remodeling of the basement, added shower facilities,
and painting odd jobs of various kinds.
Then came the many stags and smokers that were
held. Initiation of the previous semester's pledges was
House dances and parties were held after all home
football games, and the winter dinner-dance was en-
ioyed at the Phoenix Hotel. The chapter also partici-
pated in all campus activities which included the
May Day parade, the Ugly Man contest, and the
Sadie Hawkins Day festivities, and all phases of ln-
Outstanding members include Norman Klein, Phi
Eta Sigma, Lances, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Mu
Epsilon, American Chemical Society, four years of
varsity football, third All-Southeastern Football Team
il944l, Vice-president of Zeta Beta Tau, SGA, and
K Club, James Levin, lnterfraternity Council, secre-
tary, Charles Tyroler, Malcolm Himan, and Sam Mil-
Ier, Track team managers, Robert Fraiman, Track
team, Charles Tyroler, assistant managing editor of
Officers: Samuel Miller, president, Norman Klein, vice
president, Irvin Goldstein, secretary, Leonard Zuckerman,
Members: Ronald Dorfman, Robert Fraiman, Richard Frank,
Sandford Friedman, William Frisch, lrvin Gergley, Jack Gold-
ben, Irvin Goldstein, Abraham Goller, Allen P. Gordon, Nor-
man Gordon, Norton Greenberg, Malcolm Herman, Norman
Klein, James Levin, Herbert Markell, Nathan Miller, Samuel
Miller, Lloyd Schuster, Henry Sohmer, Charles Tyroler, Rich-
ard Weil, Arthur F. Weinberg, Sol Weisenberg, Leonard
Pledges: Henry Abraham, Malcolm Cole, Ivan Goldfarb,
353 MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS OR THE ZBT BASEMENT
ZETA BETA TAU
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Weinberg, Zuckerman, S. Miller, Klein, Tyroler
Dorfman, Goller, Goldstein, Friedman, Weil
Frank, Markell, N. Miller, Zinovoy, Levin
A. Gordon, Frisch, Herman, J. Gordon, Sohmer
Weisenberg, Gergley, N. Gordon, Schuster, Goldben
THE PETTY GAL, A VENETIAN BLIND DEFACEMENT 359
Fair, Masonberg, Bass, Parness
Beta Sigma Rho
Beta Sigma Rho was founded at Cornell University,
Ithaca, N. Y., in l9l0, and now has ten chapters.
Kappa chapter was installed on the University of Ken-
tucky campus May 8, 1949. Blue and gold are the
fraternity colors, the white orchid is the flower. Dr.
Walter Hargreaves is the faculty advisor.
Due to the fact that Beta Sigma Rho has only re-
cently formed its local chapter, it has not as yet held
the usual fraternity social activities enjoyed by other
organizations on the campus. As a new chapter it
has been confronted by many problems and obstacles,
which have taken up much of the fraternity's time.
Beta Sigma Rho has hopes of becoming the top
fraternity on the campus as for as scholastic and
social functions are concerned.
The fraternity wishes to express gratitude to those
officers who have served it in the past, but who, owing
to graduation and transferring, have had to resign
their offices. Beta Sigma Rho also wishes to thank
Dr. Walter Hargreaves who has unselfishly donated
his time to the fraternity as faculty advisor and "big
The purpose of this fraternity is non-sectarian
citizenship and fellowship.
Officers: Fred A. Fair, chancellor, Stanley Masonberg, vice
chancellor, Sidney Halperen, recorder, H. Daniel Wish, treas-
Members: Lawrence M. Bass, Fred A. Fair, David M.
Greenberg, Walter K. Grossman, Sidney Halperen, lrwin Par-
ness, Kenneth Wise, H. Daniel Wish
Pledges: Arthur A. Bodnar, Stanley Masonberg, Robert
Ubanks, Robert Williams, Stanley Yussman
A WELCOME MAT
Tau Kappa held its first annual dinner-dance on
November ll at the Lafayette Hotel.
At present Tau Kappa is looking for a national
fraternity to affiliate with.
Jerry Perlmutter was runner-up in the intramural
ping-pong tournament. He was defeated in the final
play-off. He was the winner of the Student Union
Tau Kappa was founded at the University of Ken-
tucky November ll, l947. Blue and grey are the
fraternity colors: the blue dahlia is the flower. Rev.
T. B. Cowan is the advisor.
Motto: "This is to be an actively non-sectarian
fraternity which is not to discriminate against any
prospective member because of religions or social
Officers: Arthur Glickstein, president: Paul Wright, vice
president: Ben Cohn, secretary: Marvin Pogrotsky, treasurer
Members: Edward Applebaum, Sumner Bortman, Ben Cohn,
Louis DiFrancisco, Arthur Glickstein, Joe Kramer, James Lee,
Jerry Perlmutter, Marvin Pogrotsky, Paul Radist, George Sa-
kona, Dick Wohlstein, Paul Wright, Michael Yackowsky
Glickstein, Wright, Cohn, Pogrotsky
DiFrancisco, Yackowsky, Applebaum, Wohlstein
FOR THESE NEW FRATS
Inter raternity Council
The purpose of lnterfraternity Council is to discuss and act upon matters
concerning fraternities in general and to act as a medium between the Uni-
versity administration and the fraternities.
Faculty advisor: Dean A. D. Kirwan
Officers: Frederick Nichols, president, Walter Patrick, vice president, James Levin, secretary,
Charles Patrick, treasurer
Members: Alpha Gamma Rho, Waller Cooper, Bruce Cotton, Alpha Sigma Phi, Bill Bauman,
Jim Reynolds, Alpha Tau Omega, John Pedigo, David Holland, Delta Chi, J. D. Chapman,
George Cannon, Delta Tau Delta, Charles Patrick, Ralph Tatum, Kappa Alpha, Hardin Short,
Ollie McCormick, Kappa Sigma, Mac Pewitt, Frank Dempsey, Lambda Chi Alpha, Charles
Hawley, Howard Locke, Jr., Phi Delta Theta, Allan Wood, William McCann, Phi Kappa Tau,
John H. Heick, Robert McDaniels, Phi Sigma Kappa, J. C. Powell, Walter Patrick, Pi Kappa
Alpha, Walter Ferguson, Bruce Ferguson, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Gentry McCauley, R. M. Mil-
ler, Jr., Sigma Chi, Don Russell, James Durham, Sigma Nu, J. V. Larkin, Fred Nichols, Frank
Atkins, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Bob Wharton, Jack Wayman, Triangle, J. L. Chandler, J. E. Young,
Zeta Beta Tau, Samuel Miller, James Levin, Tau Kappa, Arthur Glickstein, Beta Sigma Rho,
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R. Miller, Short, C. Patrick, Nichols, Levin, W. Patrick, Wharton
McCauley, Durham, Atkins, McCann, Wood, Larkin, Pewitt
Robinson, Cannon, Russell, B, Ferguson, Cotton, Heick, Bauman
Powell, Dempsey, Locke, Chandler, Parness, S. Miller, Holland, Young
'Eldf .asia f
Women's Residence Units
Closing hours . . . the boy friend . . . the evil
ye from the desk . . . the roommate who shores A , , .
our sorrows AND your soop . . . the olorm clock
nd dorm food . . . cherished things . . . stoccato
Officers: Kathleen Bealmear, president,
secretary, Martha Pennebaker, treasurer, Sara
Head resident: Margaret V. Storey
One - McConathy, Mowat, West, Allen, Ferring,
Two-- Bradford, Bealmear, Johnson, McCarthy,
Arnold, Lowe, Paul McNamec, Basenback
Row Three-Martin, Gilbert, Payne, Lamb, Cook,
Kathryn Irvine, vice-president, Carolyn McBee,
McConathy, social chairman
Short, Morrow, Rowland, Willson, Wells, Thatcher
Tucker, White, Whitley, Lang, Morton, Fulton, Warren,
Ballard, Bristow, Carver, Hutchcraft, Elmer, Newsom,
Combs, Allison, Walls, Agee, Rector, Newman, Bergenstrahle, Pennebaker, Cutler, Elswick
Four- Irvin, Kauffman, Ramey, McClure, Johnson, Elmore, McBee, Kolk, Crum, Ritz, Osborne, Shayne,
Crain, Ramsey, Minard, Conway, Pruden, Crump, Doyle
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Row One- Neil, Nutting, Conner, M. Smith, Makepe
Row Two-Pettey, Mclntosh, Hughes, Wilson, Gero
Reynolds, lngels, Akers, Rice
ace, Dot Smith, Harris, Bradford, Y. Smith, Rigau, Hill,
gradon, Wood, Ruffier, Ogden, Compton, Ellis, Craig,
Row Three--Scalf, Ellis, Barry, Swint, Hilling, Hall, Bullock, Kirchdorfer, Haley, Sheridan, Whitmer, Ander-
son, Boyd, Jentz, Morgan, Powell, Chatfield, Scatt, Rogers, Stephenson
Row Four-Cunningham, Blake, Smart, Atherton, Hayden, Shaffer, Justice, Schmidt, Kahne, Riggle, Davis,
Lindsey, Million, Noland, Haden, Weber, Grider, Doyle, Sharp, Dugan, Early
Officers: Mary Pardue, president, Leslie Boteler, vice-president, Nancy Boles, secretary,
Patricia Lancaster, Betty Hyatt, social chairmen
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Onc- Kirkpatrick, Birk, Sturm, Burkhart, Conway, Gaskin, Hale, Dover, Hendry
Two-O'Toole, Baker, Cruise, Clark, Griffin, McCarthy, Crayne, Hukill, Sutherland, Phen, Lorch
Threix-Hsomers, Clarick, Rudd, Goldstein, Holstine, Pace, Honeywell, Boller, Crofton, Ellis, Brownfield,
Four- Newman, Barrett, Hayden, Sewell, Webb, Forcade, Flynn, Madden, Collier, Duncan
One-Montague, Moore, Bard, Dickenson, Rice, Perry, Bird, Brabender, Harris, Hancher, Clark
Two- Rogers, Moore, Snyder, Ard, Shouse, Tarpley, Pardue, Whitton, James, Stone, Talbot, Helton
Three-Betts, Jernigan, Ballinger, Goessman, Harris, Wilson, Day, Wood, Bowles, Jones, Creal, White,
Elsee, Turner, Lancaster
Four?Neudecker, Boteler, Milby, Young, Reynolds, West, McDaneIl, Osborne, Woods, Bryant, Hearne,
Officers: Elizabeth Freiberghouse, president, Lou Toombs, vice-president, Elizabeth Ross,
secretary, Patricia Moore, Ruth Bishop, social chairmen
OneE-Hewitt, Hanly, Blumenthal, Vance, Racke, Hazel, Siclclens, West, Salle, Barnett, White, Kelley,
Two- Beaimear, Peters, Whitaker, Collins, Cundiff, Fisher, Carter, Taylor, Terrill, Martin, Bryant, Borie,
McCabe, Lyon, Moffett, Hendrickson
Three-Nahm, Mulloy, Brown, Wilson, Hill, Gontcrman, Butt, Anthony, Powell, Lilly, Payne, Dillon,
Roberson, Harris, Carmichael
Four-Stilz, N. Young, Haynes, Fitch, Hart, Winfrey, Ward, Powell, Musick, Webster, Bright, Cronen-
berger, Garred, Cordes, Cawood, Ball, Thompson, Gill, Tichenor, Macreadie
One-Norton, Phelps, Wolf, Seaman, Ramsey, N. Brown, Reynolds, Davies, Macklin, Parker, Newton,
Two-Ferguson, Nohr, Schwab, Swayze, Williams, Jones, Bonzenback, Wanless, Kelly, E. Ross, Kreps,
Whitten, Crawley, Moore, Haynes, J. Thompson 1
Three- Pollite, Pickering, Patterson, Barnes, Mayo, Russell, Steeves, Weddie, Milburn, Higgins, C. Ross,
Freiburghouse, Nunnelly, Ashmann, Cooksey
Four--Stevenson, Spencer, Morris, Goebel, Carlberg, Pinson, McKinney, Wilson, McDonald, Vantrease,
Meick, Carter, Toombs, Cross, Minor, Cochran, Brown, Evans, Fisher, Barker, Venable, Brothers
Five-R. Miller, Ridgell, S. Miller, Harris, L, Williams, Smith, Reid, Stanson, Watkins, Claassen, Von
Bargen, Pendleton, Moody, Graham, Ferring, Tully
Six-- Florence, Leslie, A. Williams, M. L. Wilson, D. Bishop, Farmer, Shields, White, Bay, Gromley, Pat-
Row One -
Row Two -
Row Three -
McDowell and Lydia Brown House
Jewell Annex and Sayre Hall
MC DOWELL AND LYDIA BROWN HOUSE
Combs, McNeeley, Vincent, Adams, Gillespie, Burks, Barnes, Dodge, Cooley
Baylies, Tacketf, Thomas, Hunt, Kennedy, Caudill, Kline
Sanders, Maynard, Chilton, Smoot, Lusby, Gumm, Ledford, Rivs, Todd
One-Jones, Tempest, Lacy, Barkley, Egncr, Lee, Lyons, Wiesman, Wetherby, Neergaard, Hord
Twog- Dotson, Young, Wooton, Mansberger, Frymire, Stevens, Van Meter, McCutcheon, Kummer,
Three-Lalley, Barker, Slusher, White, Sheets, Justice, Phillips, Allen, Leclford, Westerman, Harrison,
Four--Nelms, Hinsley, Ficlde, Scott, Iben, Reaford, Peterson, Strickler, Catlin, Kirkpatrick, Gaines,
Bartlett, Tackett, Johnson
Five-Davidson, Dixon, Allen, Rau, Peterson, Bryant, Bell, Reynolds, Hunt, Rawlings, Hoenig
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Cornett, Ewbank, Osborne, Andes, Hollingsworth, Joseph
Perry, Gamblin, Simpson, Wood, Isaacs, Murry
Ockerman, Routt, Willhite, Annis
Hamilton House WGS founded ot the Uni- Officers: Bety Andes, president, Helen Hollingsworth, vice-
presidentg Evelyn Osborne, secretary, Eloise Eubank, treasurer
versity of Kentucky in 1942.
Members: Bety Andes, Doris Anrlis, Betty Sue Cornett,
Purpose: To l'Ve'CoOpemt'VeIy' bemg honest' order' Eloise Eubarlk, Magdaline Gamblin, Helen l-lolllngsworllq, Elsie
IV' Unified' Sincere and enthusiastic' Isaacs, Mayme Joseph, Margaret Myers, Virginia Murray,
Thelma Ockerman, Evelyn Osborne, Marna D. Perry, Martha
Faculty advisor: Dr. Static Erikson Routt, Faye A. Simpson, Louise Willhite, Neree Wood
Agriculture and Home Economics
Banks, William M., Sturgis
Barker, Lawrence E., Culver
Bates, Theodore B., Emminence
Bean, Elmer F., Cox's Creek
Brockman, Arthur W., Louisville
Brown, Clyde H., Frankfort
Bruce, Robert C., Bremen
Burke, Allen T., Lexington
Burress, May M., Greensburg
Bush, Leon F., Brookeville
Butler, Willis G., Henderson
Carlisle, Robert M., Sadieville
Cherry, William N., Model, Tenn.
Cole, John M., Williamsburg
Colson, Dentis A., Paducah
Cornette, Fred W., Daisy
Cowan, William G., Ewing
Craig, Chester C., Mt. Olivet
Culley, Robert L., Lexington
Dawson, Jerome, Shepherdsville
Duncan, John A., Lexington
Durham, Kelsie W., Yosemite
Farris, Marian F., Lexington
Ford, Jesse C., Lexington
Fritts, Thomas, Williamsburg
Gatlin, lla D., Sullivan
Gerstler, Clarence A., Louisville
Gibson, Claude J., Fount
Gilbert, Geraldine M., Lexington
Gully, James G., Lancaster
Hager, Robert D., Nicholasville
Haggard, Jack, Ashland
Hail, Robert I., Ula
Hale, Gene C., Owenton
Hawkins, Ora D., Lexington
Hendrickson, R. B., Kings Mountain
Hensley, Cecil J., Hector
Hill, Bernard E., Mima
Hockensmith, J. B., Frankfort
Holbrook, William R., Olive Hill
Hoskins, Harold E., Lowrenceburg
Houston, Alfred E., Murray
Howard, Richard D., Wilmore
Howard, Thomas J., Louisville
Hurt, Elsie R., Hickman
Johnson, James J., Maloneton
Jones, Lawrence R., Jr., Paris
King, Edwin E., Falmouth
King, General Tye, Lexington
Lacey, Paul J., Cynthiana
Lebus, John H., Cynthiana
Lee, Albert C., Williamsburg
Long, James S., Georgetown
Lowe, Russell W., Greensburg
Lucas, Mary Jane, Erlanger
Mabry, Claire L., Hickman
May, Edward O., Eubank
McBrayer, Homer W., Lexington
McFatridge, Louis F., Harrodsburg
Mehlenbacker, Ramon J., Avon, N. Y.
Mickey, Wesley O., Lexington
Seniors Without Pictures
Minor, Forrest T., Lexington
Mitchell, Naomi Sue, Lexington
Moody, Norman, Lexington
Moore, James O., Paducah
Moseley, Thomas, St. Joseph
Nelson, George M., Jr., Simpsonville
Oliver, Levi, Princeton
Parsons, Alton R., Berea
Parsons, Walter E., Sandy Hook
Patrick, David, Salyersville
Peacher, Marie C., Murray
Raney, Harold E., Bradfordsville
Rankin, Joe l, Burgin
Rardin, Wilbur, Buris Alfred, Calif.
Rickett, John A., Wofford
Riddle, Louis K., Glendale
Robinson, Charles H., Willard
Ross, Don, Lexington
Roush, Corwin D., Dayton, O.
Royster, Morris, Lexington
Sanford, Dorothy H., Pembroke
Schanding, Raymond, Lexington
Smith, Clifford, Soldier
Sowards, Arthur P., Lexington
Troutman, Joseph L., Battletown
Van Sant, John H., Sandy Hook
Waggener, Mary F., Burgin
Walker, William F., Emlyn
Wash, William P., Lexington
Willett, Joseph W., Bardstown
Williams, James R., Cincinati, O.
Wilmott, George F., Jr., Lexington
Witt, Everette E., Winchester
Wright, Milton, Bloomfield
Arts and Sciences
Abel, John, Louisville
Adams, Armic, Sciotoville, Ohio
Allard, John Frances, Louisville
Asher, William Curtis, Lexington
Auwaerter, Barbara, Manasquan, N.J.
Baer, William E., New York, N. Y.
Baird, Eugene Dee, Flemingsburg
Baker, George Bennett, Belfrey
Barnes, Lawrence Samuel, Lexington
Barnes, Philip Homer, Lexington
Barnette, Calvin, Lexington
Beam, John Daniel, Lexington
Beauchamp, Emerson, Russellville
Begley, Marcus, Hyden
Benjamin, Louise Ayres, Lexington
Benjamin, William A., Providence
Bently, Charles, Alabama City, Ala.
Benton, Edward Pat, Ashland
Black, George M., Richmond
Boggs, Raymond Russell, Blaine
Boller, William, Beaver Falls, Penn.
Breckel, Charles Lindsey, Louisville .
Bronson, Carman Gerald, Princeton
Brumagen, Porter Prather, Winchester
Brumfield, Robert N., Jr., Monticello
Bryant, Jesse Jr., Frankfort
Bucher, Jeanne Elise, Lexington
Butler, Ray, Greensburg, Ind.
Butler, Roy, Greensburg, Ind.
Caldwell, Virginia Reed, Frankfort
Calhoun, Lois E., Germantown, Ohio
Carter, .Robert Lee, Lexington
Cherry, James, Gravel Switch
Clay, Billy Dwight, Peebles, Ohio
Cocuzzi, Felix Joseph, Louisville
Cooper, Orval Don, Lexington
Craft, Charles Eugene, Lexington
Cramer, Harry S., Lexington
Crawley, Paul Albert, Louisville
Creech, Virgil, Lexington
Cronen, Paul William, Lexington
Darzynkiewicz, Zygmunt, Jr.,
New Castle, Penn
Davis, Beverly Jeanne, Nicholasville
Dorroh, Charles Allen, Princeton
Doucoumes, Marjella, Lexington
Dungan, Kendrick Webb, Science Hill
Eckdahl, Edwin McKinney, Lexington
Ekris, Mary, Lexington
Fain, Robert Milford, Nicholasville
Faith, Carl Clifton, Covington
Fizer, Stanley, Jr., Lexington
Fluty, Lucian Goodwin, Lexington
Fontana, John B., Peekskill, N. Y.
Ford, Rodney Ray, Greenville
Fox, Elma, Lexington
Francis, Thurmond M., Holland
Friend, Lew Wallace, Pikeville
Fritts, James Woodford, Mt. Sterling
Galloway, Patton, Paris
Garner, Gloria Barnette, Lexington
Gentiens, Leonard A., Lexington
Gernert, John R., Louisville
Gevedon, Robert E., Lexington
Gilmer, Norton Wayne, Winchester
Gish, Patricia Burnett, Lexington
Gordon, John R., Danville
Gorham, James Robert, Wilmore
Gorham, Richard Allen, Lexington
Gregory, LeRoy L., Lexington
Gregory, Miller Lucas, Ludlow
Griesinger, Lawrence E., Jr., Bellevue
Gruneisen, Donald David, Louisville
Hagan, William Kelly, Lexington
Hale, Robert Wilson, Leburn
Hall, Bruce Browning, Lexington
Hall, Jeptha Roy, Lexington
Hamilton, Ella Clay, Mt. Sterling
Haney, Robert Jasper, Ferguson
Harmon, Gene Tindell, Lexington
Harrison, Curtis Willmott, Wilmore
Hart, Charles Warren, Paris
Hayden, Arnold Coleman, Lexington
Hensley, John Byrd, Jr., Harlan
Hensley, Robert Lansing, Crittenden
Herald, Thomas Richard, Dunlow
Holbrook, Nancy Jane, Morehead
Howard, Arch Layne, Lexington
SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES
Howard, Lawrence, Hazel Green
Humphreys, Wallace, Lexington
Jacobs, Carroll Wilson, Jr., Lexington
Jessee, Boyd E., Ashland
Johnson, Marion Huntington, W. Va.
Johnson, Samuel Camp, Vanceburg
Jolly, Shelby Alken, Hawesville
Jordan, James Oliver, Lexington
Kavanaugh, Overton, Lexington
Kelly, William F., Lexington
Kerley, Ellis Royal, Covington
Knox, Mary Baker, Mt. Sterling
Koehler, Charles Lawton, Lexington
Large, Raymond H., Orlando
Laub, Mary Ann, Sandusky, Ohio
Laulicht, Enid, New York, N. Y.
Leavens, Edwin T., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Lee, James Andrew, Mayfield
Lewis, David Thurman, Rineyville
Linville, James Elver, Jr., Lexington
Lobb, Vivia Mae, Lexington
Loche, Saul Robert, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Lowman, Shepard Cherry, Lexington
Luigart, Fred W., Jr., Lexington
Lyttle, Kenneth Leon, Dayton, Ohio
McClain, C. A., Dyersburg, Tenn.
McCloud L. C., Jr., Lexington
McClure, William R., Mt. Vernon
Mclnturff, Eleanor Grove, Lexington
McKenney, Jerry Byrnne, Lexington
McPherson, Margaret Julia, Irvine
Maddox, Wayne Leon, Corbin
Marks, Joseph Edward Ill, Lexington
Marsh, Harry Ament, Paris
May, Lawrence C., Lola
Meagher, Margaret Helen, Lexington
Melton, Herbert S., Hopkinsville
Miller, Raymond Howard, Lexington
Moloney, Richard Patrick, Lexington
Moore, Dempsey, Mallie
Mullins, Alma Frances, Lexington
Murphy, James Ewin, Lexington
Napier, Boyce Clay, Lexington
Nave, William Fred, Versailles
Nugent, Ronald Turner, Crutchfield
Nye, Roberta Elizabeth, Fairhope, Ala.
Oldham, Mary Kavanaugh, Danville
Overstreet, Clarence R., Lexington
Painchard, Armand Biddleford, Me.
Pannell, William L., Greenville
Parrish, John F., Lexington
Phelps, Orville, E., Lexington
Pitchford, Robert B., Jr., Scottsville
Porter, Edward Norwood, Lexington
Powell, Randolph W., Newton, Mass.
Powers, Nita Ruth, West Point
Price, James Elmer, Jr., Lexington
Pulliam, Elsworth, Bagdad
Radosenic, Nancy V., Milwaukee, Wis.
Rhorer, Marjorie Hall, Lexington
Ritchie, Alan G., Buffalo, N. Dak.
Roberson, William, Jr., Lexington
Rupured, Charles Hal, Lexington
Rye, William Albert, Flemingsburg
Sanders, Nancy, Lexington
Schmitz, Melvin A., Milwaukee, Wis.
Schortz, Douglas W., Erie, Penn.
Scott, Paul W., Lexington
Seay, Donald Robert, Lexington
Shepherd, Edna Ray Sale, Uniontown
Shewmaker, John W., Lexington
Simon, Wilbur, Butler
Simpson, Gordon E., Florence
Singleton, Carl B., Lexington
Sloan, Bruce Ross, Albany
Slone, William E., Lexington
Smart, Frederick D., Cloverport
Smith, Herbert H., Williamsburg
Smithson, Ben Garott, Lexington
Snead, William K., Owensboro
Stadelman, Paul H., Hopkinsville
Stafford, Linley M., Berea
Stanonis, Francis L., Lexington
Stewart, Gene B., Evarts
Stone, Donald Perry, Mt. Sterling
Stonehouse, Marie L., Lexington
Storner, John F., Lexington
Sullivan, Aaron T., Lexington
Swieterman, Robert P., Lexington
Swinford, Louise, Carlisle
Thompson, John Edward, Augusta
Thornton, Charles Adam, Lexington
Tomkies, S. D., Huntington, W. Va.
Turner, Ben Richard, Dawson Springs
Violette, Robert T., Jr., Lexington
Walden, Jo Ann Rrange, Winchester
Wallace, Bowers H., Sturgis
Wallen, Nick Clark, Lexington
Warner, Maurice H., Mt. Sterling
Warner, Sherman, Georgetown
Wells, Kenneth, Tongs
Whisman, Robert Hobbs, Lexington
Wicker, James B., Garrett
Wilkinson, James, Lexington
Williamson, Ben, Jr., Ashland
Witt, Richard C., Louisville
Worley, Ansel A., Louisville
Wright, Dale A., Carrollton
Yates, Charles L., Lexington
Yates, Walter F., Lexington
Zuckerman, Leonard, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Adams, Elmer, Lexington
Allen, Talmadge, Owensboro
Allen, William Roy, Paducah
Anderson, Griffin, Owensboro
Austin, Clarence, Drakesboro
Baker, William D., Lexington
Bennett, W. Reece, Bardstown
Berrier, Cecil, Mocksville,'N. C.
Bickel, Byrne, Ft. Thomas
Bires, Robert, Ambridge, Penn.
Blount, Bryan, Lexington
Bodine, Lovelace, Bloomfield
Bohon, William Earl, Lexington
Carr, John William, St. Mathews
Carrico, Harry B., Owensboro
Carter, Robert, Louisville
Cason, Robert, Florence
Chappell, Robert, Lexington
Clarke, Charles Allen, Mays Lick
Clinkenbeard, Robert, Lexington
Cox, Jimmy, Lexington
Cox, Otis, Harlan
Craft, Reid, Lexington
Daniels, James K., Lexington
Danks, Harold, Centertown
Davis, Jack, Williamsburg
Drew, Homer L., Lexington
Durnil, Edward, Louisville
Endicott, Hubbard, Midway
Ernest, William C., Lexington
Feura, Ernest, Bradford, Pa.
Francis, Kathryn, Lexington
French, Vernon, Corbin
Franklyn, Bruce, Winchester
Gardner, Larry, Dry Ridge
Garvey, Gerald, Pleasureville
Golightly, Alphus, Lexington
Griffin, Roy S., Lexington
Guinnaugh, Daniel, Chicago, lll.
Hall, William Curtis, Lexington
Hardy, Robert R., Louisville
Hendren, J. C., Lexington
Hopgood, Jack, Morganfield
lngels, Fonnie, Lexington
lrwin, Clyde, Benham
lrwin, Harold, Benham
Johnson, John, Lexington
Kane, Francis, New York, N. Y.
Kendall, Alfred, Bardwell
Kerr, William, Lexington
Ketron, Walter, A., Lexington
King, Joe, Lexington
Landrus, Paul, Lexington
Lansdon, James, Lexington
Lathem, Henry, Lexington
Lear, William, Lexington
Lee, James S., New York, N. Y.
Lewis, John M., Lexington
Lyon, Robert D., Lexington ,
MacMullen, W. H., Waynesboro,
Mahon, James C., Louisville
Maupin, Paul B., Lexington
McClure, Albert, Somerset
McCollum, Wallace, Fulton
Meador, Robert, Lexington
Mignery, Roy W., Newport
Miller, Joe, Lexington
Miller, Roy C., Paducah
Miller, Vernon, Fourmile
Mills, Hayden, Kingsport, Tenn.
Milman, Irving, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mitchell, Paul, Portsmouth, Ohio
Moore, Ben G., Frankfort
Moore, George H., Lexington
Morgan, Mack, Lexington
Mullins, Joe Tom, Syracuse, N. Y.
Nave, Robert W., Louisville
Neal, Matthew, Carlisle
Nuss, Robert, Lexington
Perkins, John, Ludlow
Perkins, Ralph, Cincinnati, Ohio
Potts, Collette M., New York, N. Y.
Radist, Paul, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Randolph, Ray, Lexington
Reeder, Robert, Lexington
Rice, King David, Harlan
Riddle, Frederick, Lynch
Risner, Brain R., Jackson
Roberts, William R., Lexington
Rowland, Murray, Lexington
Sam, Sebren, Lexington
Sanderson, Clarence, Lexington
Schoepf, Joseph, Ft. Mitchell
Shelton, Eugene, Williamsburg
Shyrock, Dudley, Lawrenceburg
Simpson, William, Louisville
Skaggs, Louis, Mayfield
Smith, Thomas V., Smithsboro
Sparks, William K., Louisville
Stewart, Oren, Warsaw
Stone, Jack, Lexington
Stough, John, Montgomery, Ala.
Strong, Joe C., Jackson
Survant, William, Lexington
Taylor, Lawrence, Whitesburg
Taylor, Marion, Ashland
Todd, Robert E., Greensville
Tuthill, Lloyd, Lexington
Tyree, John D., Lexington
Wallace, Earl, Lexington
Ward, Curtis, Vero Beach, Fla.
Ware, Roy M., Nicholasville
Weisenberger, Phil, Midway
Wells, Hazel, Burkesville
Westfall, Julia, Lexington
White, George F., Lexington
Whitford, William H., Dawson Springs
Wills, Warren, Niles, Ohio
Yarbrough, Arthur, Lexington
Yates, Carroll, Lexington
Yciser, David, Lexington
Young, Paul M., Louisville
Alexander, Frank, Coney Island, N.
Allison, Evelyn H., Lexington
Ball, Mary Jo, Lexington
Barnstable, Dale A., Antioch, lll.
Belt, Rupert D., Dawson Springs
Blakney, Robert L., Lexington
Bradley, William, Lexington
Brown, Clarence, Volga
Burton, Harold, Lexington
Byrd, Jacqueline, Lexington
Callihan, Orpha, Lexington
Chaney, Estil G., Stanton
Chitwood, Wilma J., Corbin
SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES
Colburn, Anna, Cleveland, Ohio
Colwell, Jettie, Yerkes
Colwell, Paul H., Yerkes
Conde, William, Charleston, W. Va.
Connor, Thomas, Versailles
Craig, Cecil, Jr., Covington
Crawford, Billy G., Jackson
Crowe, Marion, Lexington
Curtis, Edward, Lexington
DeMoss, lda Mae, Lexington
Duerr, Travis Joseph, Lexington
Edwards, Ruth Martha, Frankfort
Ewing, Carroll M., Milton
Field, Mary Goff, Winchester
Finnell, Charles W., Lexington
Francis, Robert A., Slat
Franklin, Burtis, Winchester
Gray, Wallis D., Lexington
Gunsten, Paul H., Whiting, Ind.
Haggard, Ann Sagesar, Lexington
Hamilton, Allen F., Louisville
Haycraft, Minor R., Snap
Herring, Lorenzo, Jr., Lexington
Hickey, James, Winchester
Hicks, Marion S., Lexington
Hill, Nadine, Lexington
Hlmes, Harvey, Vanceburg
Holcomb, Olive, Booneville
Holway, Richard, Youngstown, Ohio
Horton, Arthur E., Winchester
Howard, Barbara R., Helechowa
Howerton, John, Paducah
lnsko, James, Paris
James, Pat, Wheelersburg, Ohio
Jennings, Ann, Louisville
Jones, Mildred l.,. Lexington
Jones, Paul E., Corbin
Kemper, Charles K., Lexington
Kinniard, George H., Lexington
Kitchen, Leslie D., Lexington
Lerding, Eddie Lee, Louisville
Ligon, Billie, Owenton
Ligon, Pauline, Owenton
Martin, Harry C., Lexington
Maxey, Karl E., Lexington
McDermott, Lloyd I., Covington
McGhee, Barbara, Jacksboro, Tenn.
McSpadden, Jessee, Lexington
Miniard, Wilma C., Daisy
Monhollen, Gawinna, Corbin
Moreland, George W., Lexington
Nickell, Carl Duane, Paducah
Odlivak, Nick, Aliquippa, Penn.
Osborn, Della W., Ashland
Paterson, Betty Brown, Harrodsburg
Patterson, Ellis H., Lexington
Petty, John L., Marmet, W. Va.
Phelps, Don C., Lexington
Porter, Shirley Ann, Lexington
Powers, Clayton E., Frankfort
Price, Thomas J., Lexington
Purdy, Marian H., Lexington
Ransom, Robert M., St. Joseph
Rawlings, Dan, Corbin
Rawlings, Henry W., Lexington
Reese, Edwin E., Clinton
Revel, John C., Midway
Rice, Clifton E., Louisville
Roberson, Ella H., Lexington
Robinson, Samuel, Lexington
Rodgers, Elizabeth A., Valley Station
Rogers, Harvey A., Paris
Rogers, Mary Nell, Pikeville
Rubarts, Rose, Stanford
Russell, Mary Montague, Lexington
Saunier, Earl F., Lexington
Saylor, Unis, Middlesboro
Schreyer, William, Lexington
Selwitz, Harvey, Hardin
Sheets, Feraldine, Ashland
Smith, Dorothy E., Owensboro
Smith, Elmer Y., Douglas, Ga.
Spears, Evalena, Lexington
Steele, C. P., W. Hamblin, W. Va.
Stone, George R., Portsmouth, Ohio
Survant, Ann D., Lexington
Talft, Gayle E., Lexington
Talbott, John S., Lexington
Tincher, Wilbur A., Jr., Frankfort
Townes, Garland R., Hazard
Turner, Lloyd, Hazard
Walker, Julian R., Lexington
Wallace, Marjorie T., Lexington
Watson, Warren, Pippapass
Welsh, Robert E., Lexington
Wetherby, Cornelia R., Middlesboro
Wicker, Voneda, Garrett
Wilcutt, Willard J., Drakesboro
Wild, George L., Lexington '
Williams, Jessee C., Lebanon, Tenn.
Wilson, Lois E., Lexington
Yancey, Joseph, Kayford, W. Va.
Akin, Walter Gene, Owensboro
Aspley, Robert Luther, Franklin
Baker, Morgan Gerald, Lexington
Barbieri, Victor, New York, N. Y.
Barker, Hobart, Lexington
Bassett, John W., Lexington
Bauer, Raymond George, Louisville
Begley, Jack Winston, Lexington
Belcher, Paul Jennings, Lexington
Bentley, Charles Alvin, Lexington
Bishop, Joseph Allen, Covington
Blackford, Frank L., Nicholasville
Breeden, Robert R., Midway
Breiding, Eugene John, Boonton, N. J
Burka, Paul Edward, Danville
Carli, Gino, Astoria, N. Y.
Caudill, Allison Holland, Salyersville
Clark, Paul B., Lexington
SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES
Cooper, James Patton, Ashland
Cord, Ramon Adair, Lexington
Cowan, Jackson Roy, Somerset
Daley, Thomas Medford, Franklin
Dawson, James, Franklin
Dean, Louis Anthony, Harrodsburg
Delaney, Richard Fabian, Lexington
Denham, James Russell, Vanceburg
Dillehay, Hugh David, Owensboro
Dodson, Harold L. Paducah
Dulaney, John W., Paducah
Easton, John Dudley, Williamsburg
Elsee, John Brand, Irvine
English, William K., Lexington
Erwin, John R., Dekoven
Evans, Erwin E., Louisville
Fairchild, Byrnes Cecil, Paintsville
Fannin, Lionel Edward, Lexington
Faulconer, E. P., Danville
Featherston, John D., Lexington
Feehan, John Daniel, Carteret, N. J.
Fishback, Kenneth Harston, Louisville
Fisher, Cleston Robert, Louisville
Fox, Clarence Clemis, Greenville
Fraleigh, D. M., Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
Frank, Allen Kenney, Lexington
Gabbard, Lavern, Frankfort
Gardner, Ernest, Maysville
Gearing, James Frank, Lexington
Gesling, Theodore Carl, Ashland
Ghia, J. J., Bombay
Giles, Ralph Carlisle, Georgetown
Gilliam, James Henry, Pikeville
Gosney, Ernest, Jr., Mentor
Groneman, Allen James, Ft. Mitchell
Guthrie, John Berry, Bardstown
Hall, Nell Douglas, Tulsa, Okla.
Hamm, Clyde Warford, Flemingsburg
Hammet, Lawrence, Anchorage
Harmon, Paul Chadwick, Lebanon
Haworth, James L., Arlington
Hays, Donald Chandler, Lexington
Hedger, Thomas Jacob, Dry Ridge
Herb, Jack Thomas, Corbin
Highland, James Thomas, Lexington
Hill, Marvin Lee, Paducah
Hogan, Fleming Dean, Versailles
Holbrook, Robert Allen, Olive Hill
Holeman, William Lee, Danville
Howell, James R., Huntington, W. Va.
Humphress, Joseph G., Lexington
Johnson, Calvin Ford, Belmont, N. C.
Jones, Carmen B., Mt. Olivet
Kemper, Frank, Rosslyn
Kennady, Emmett H., Elizabethtown
Kihnley, Norman William, Louisville
Kilroy, Frank Martin, Louisville
King, William Houston, Sandy Hook
Kinsch, Alois Walter, Evanston, Ill.
Kish, Frank, Gary, W. Vo.
Klein, Keith W., Jamestown, N. Y.
Lanni, Ralph, Syracuse, N. Y.
Line, James Richard, Akron, Ohio
Linville, William Earl, Ashland
Long, William Walker, Springfield
Lynch, Charles Gyman, Lexington
Lynch, Richard J., Frankfort
Lynn, Clyde Gordon, Detroit, Mich.
Mackin, J. C., Valley Stream, N. Y.
Mander, A. R., Allison Park, Penn.
Markham, Robert Allen, Sturgis
Martin, Raymond, Wayland
Martin, William C., Butler
Maxey, Gatch Nelson, Ringos Mills
McCarty, Jay G., Lexington
McElroy, John H., Somerset
McEuen, Marshall M., S. Williamson
McGlothian, Clarence K., Irvington
McKenney, Ronald L., Richelieu
McLeod, James Albert, Lexington
McLimore, Henry Stuart, Owensboro
McMeekin, Charles F., Lexington
McNabbs, Ernest Holman, Richmond
McNeal, James Robert, Carrollton
Meade, Leonard William, Van Lear
Michelson, Carlyle, Lexington
Mitchell, Sidney E., Lexington
Monier, James H., Berea
Morales, Luis Alberto, Puerto Rico
Morgan, Leroy L., Bedford
Morgan, Robert E., Corbin
Morris, Villy Van, Covington
Mullins, Harold Gordon, Fulton
Murphey, Coleman R., Madisonville
Naramore, Edward G., Penryn, Calif.
Newman, David P., Lexington
Norris, Edward Lee, Stanford
O'Brien, John Eugene, Owensboro
O'Leary, Gregory J., Cincinnati, Ohio
Parks, Paul Richard, Wooton
Patteson, William Thomas, Lebanon
Pauley, Jack Randolph, Russelville
Perry, Alwyn B., Lexington
Perry, John Patrick, Louisville
Pettitt, John W., Buffalo, N. Y.
Pfeffer, John W., Lexington
Postiglione, Carl J., Corona, N. Y.
Prichard, John C., Memphis, Ten.
Proffitt, Louis E., Tompkinsville
Ragland, Thomas M., eBaver Dam
Rains, James E., Williamsburg
Rassenfoss, William O., Mt. Sterling
Reed, Earl P., Lexington
Ringswald, James Adair, Lexington
Robinson, Carroll Gene, Carlisle
Roschi, John W., Jr., Lexington
Royse, Jack, Lexington
Rudy, John J., Maysville
Russell, George C., Russellville
Ryan, George C., Covington
Ryan, James J., Covington
Sacks, David, Valley Stream, N. Y.
Samuel, Billy P., Georgetown
Sawyer, Dave H., Albany
Sherman, George R., Memphis, Tenn.
Seasor, Darrell E., New Boston, Ohio
Simons, Edward T., Newport
Smart, Calvin Booth, Paris
Smith, Charles D., Flatwoods
Smock, Edward Leo, Lexington
Stanley, Goebel E., Lexington
Steele, Adren OL, Lynch
Steen, Jack Ewing, Bowling Green
Stevens, William Frederick, Lexington
Strunk, Loran H., Strunk
Taylor, Ernest R., Hartford
Thompson, James H., Lexington
Threlkeld, John M., Williamstown
Timmel, Eugene A., Louisville
Todd, James Marker, Louisville
Trimble, Glenn Allen, Burna
Van Winkle, Charles A., Lexington
Vines, Ernest Newton, Belfry
Vogel, Victor H., Lexington
Wade, Alfred Durhan, Campbellsville
Walker, Ronald P., Louisa
Walker, William Harry, Drakesboro
Warford, Jack C., Flemingsburg
Wathen, Joseph Ford, Elizabethtown
Walton, Whit Parard, Lexington
Wert, Gene Clinton, Lexington
West, Eugene M., Williamsburg
Whalen, Mark E., Youngstown, Ohio
Wicke, Alvin Wm., Lawrenceburg
Wipert, Louis Robert, Lexington
Wilbers, Lawrence G., Lexington
Williams, Edward L., Cincinati, Ohio
Wilder, Gillis H., Lexington
Williams, Elbert E., Lexington
William, James E., Crestwood
Wilson, George W., Lexington
Wood, Robert J., Lexington
Yackowsky, M. F., Elizabeth, N. J.
Akin, George B., Winchester
Allen, John P., Brodhead
Barnes, Clarence E., Jr., Lexington
Bell, Thomas P., Lexington
Burton, Charles R., Lexington
Creech, Clarence, Ashland
Fowler, Virgil, Lexington
Hinton, Richard L., Flemingsburg
Moberly, Coleman D., London
Morris, Robert F., Woodburn
Page, Blake H., Marietta, Ohio
Perry, George C., lll, Paintsville
Perry, Robert M., Frankfort
Pryor, Virgil F., Georgetown
Rogers, Harold T., Lexington
Smith, Don C., Cawood
Barton, James Moore, Lewisburg
Combs, Harold Vincent, London
Doerhoefer, Rudolph, Louisville
Easley, Lucy Taylor, Frankfort
McDaniel, James Foster, Manchester
Panke, Ernest Rudolph, Louisville
Rogers, Edward Thomas, Greensburg
Strohbeck, William Henry, Louisville
Agriculture and Home
Allen, Harold D.
Allgood, Douglas W.
Ammerman, Clarence B
Bacon, William G.
Banks, Vernon B.
Batts, Boyd D.
Bentleiy, William J.
Bigsta f, Tom J.
Bishop, Lewis U.
Bodnar, Arthur A.
Boucher, William P.
Bowman, James R.
Boyd, Morgan C.
Brown, Carroll W.
Brown, William A.
Bruner, Herbert S.
Bufford, Lewis H.
Burnette, Cecil C.
Cain, Charles H.
Carlton, William W.
Carpenter, James W.
Carter, Tommy A.
Clark, Marcus W.
Clements, Robert E.
Collins, Bobbie S.
Conner, Elizabeth M.
Cooper, John T.
Cornellson, Thomas R.
Davis, Bruce B.
Davis, Joe D.
Dearen, Victor M.
Deaton, Woodrow W.
Denney, Jack F.
Derrickson, Charles M.
Doerhoeffer, Donald L.
Donovan, Garrett F.
Dugan, Sara A.
Durham, Elvin E.
Egner, Molly Eileen
Faris, Alvin K.
Faw, Wiley B.
Foushee, James H.
Francis, George P.
Frymire, Virginia M.
Garrison, Ellis O.
Grider, Iris F.
Griffin, Thomas R.
Hail, Carl W.
Hall, Lenvil R.
Hansford, Marshall W.
Harding, Eldred T.
Harrer, Charles E.
Harris, Nancy Jane
Haynes, Emmit H.
Hensley, Jewell J.
Hunt, Alvah C.
Jacobs, Eullas H.
Jasper, Charles R.
Johnson, James T.
Jones, Robert M.
Keath, Kelvin H.
Kelley, James D.
Ladenburger, John L.
Leigh, Gerald A.
Littrell, Arthur W.
Mackey, Horace E.
Manley, Billy T.
Marshall, Alexander B.
Martin, James C.
Martin, Richard P.
Mauney, Paul H.
Maupin, William S.
Mays, William L.
McCandless, Ed, Jr.
McClure, Ella S.
McGuire, Haden T., Jr.
Miller, William M.
Moore, Charles K.
Mouser, George T., Jr.
Mullen, Orie C.
Naylor, Raymond L,
Neely, Paul G.
Noland, Mary Jane
Norris, Robert C.
Northcutt, James C.
Noyes, Gregory D.
O'Daniel, Lones, Jr.
Oliver, Pierson S., Jr.
Parsons, Russell A.
Pearson, James L.
Phillips, Ronald E.
Pickett, William C.
Pieringer, Arthur P.
Polston, S. Russell
Prather, Samuel H.
Pumpelly, William T.
Rabe, Alvin R.
Rains, Eugene D.
Ramey, Vernon L.
Redden, Billy E.
Risner, Robert N.
Sawyer, Thomas W.
Schoolcraft, George W.
Scott, Gene D.
Senior, Mary Ellen
Shaffer, James A.
Short, Rexel R.
Skinner, Ann Norton
Slinker, Henry C.
Solomon, Alan Jay
Stevens, John T.
Taylor, William M.
Teater, Robert W.
Truitt, Calvin C.
Tucci, Frank J.
Tucker, Ray E.
Turner, John C.
Varney, William Y.
Watson, Harold E.
Watson, Richard A.
Wedding, James R.
Wheeler, Betty V.
White, Lucien C., Jr.
Whitney, Ervin, Jr.
Williams, Daniel F.
Williams, Guy W., Jr.
Williams, Jackson W.
Wills, Charles H.
Winchester, Norman F.
Wolfe, Lawrence H.
Wood, Alvah R.
Wood, Robert K.
Woolum, Odus C.
Wright, Charles R.
Arts and Sciences
Abell, Joseph C., Jr.
Adams, Ann Ruth
Alford, Elizabeth D.
Allen, Robert L.
Anderson, Mary Marga
Antczak, Salone E.
Asbury, Budley S.
Atkinson, James B.
Ausenbaugh, James D.
Baggarly-i athaniel P.
Barker, Helen S.
Basenback, Tony L.
Beard, John G.
Begley, Carl E.
Berglund, Edward A.
Berry, Anthony E.
Berryman, Gerald L.
Bird, Henry W.
Boone, Mills F.
Boucghey, William J.
Bra ley, Patricia Jean
Bristol, Una Power
Brown, Frank Evans
Bryant, Pleas W.
Bush, Charles L., Jr.
Juniors Without Pictures
Butner, Harold R.
Campbell, Forrest K.
Carl, William A.
Carswell, Emory W.
Casalenovo, Vito Edward
Childers, Barry P.
Cochran, Mary Hal
Cole, Bruce L.
Collins, Will H.
Combs, Robert B.
Connell, Raymond F.
Cooley, Raymond K.
Cowherd, Harry J.
Craft, Marjorie L.
Craig, Edward L.
Cropper, Evelyn G.
Cruse, William B.
Currens, Adrian B.
Daugherty, Harry K.
Dawson, William K., Jr.
Deaton, Arthur E.
Dickenson, James F.
Dixon, Robert L.
Donohew, Robert L.
Dowell, Robert L.
Downing, Harvey T.
Dummit, Garland D.
Dunlap, Bruce R.
Durbin, Harold P.
Eades, Forrest W.
Eberhardt, Daniel L.
Edwards, Arthur K.
Edwards, Edna l-l.
Elmore, Joseph R.
Eiy, Walter T.
Engler, Frederick E.
Feeback, John K.
Ferguson, Charles K.
Fleming, Charles W.
Fluty, William J.
Garrard, William T.
Garrett, Margaret S.
Gerald, Patsy M.
Gerlach, Everette H.
Gill, Glen N.
Glazebrook, Marshall A.,
Goff, Ralph L.
Gorham, Carl J.
Graham, Joan C.
Gray, James E.
Greathouse, Joe S., Jr.
Gregory, Robert E.
Griffith, Roberta L.
Hagan, Gene R.
Hall, Fordon N.
Hancock, Jon C.
Harkleroad, Herbert N.
Harney, George L.
Hart, Albert J.
Hatfield, Mary' L.
Hayden, Mart a J.
Hazen, Francis Nicey
Heibner, C. Jeanne
Hellyar, William T.
Helton, Daymon E.
Hendrick, William J.
Henry, Louise N.
Hessel, Edward F. G., Jr.
Hill, Henrietta C.
Hirsch, Walter E.
Hobbs, James L., Jr.
Hochstrasser, Donald L.
Hochstatter, Harold J.
Hornung, Joseph W.
Howard, Harris S.
Howard, Lawrence C.
Huggins, Henry A., Jr.
Humphries, Judith W.
Hunter, Thomas B.
Hurst, Robert C.
Ivey, Donald W.
Johnson, Robert W.
Jones, Grant, F.
Jones, Howard P.
Jones, John M.
Justice, Charlotte I.
Kaufman, Robert P.
Kennedy, Frances C.
Kilgus, Marilyn R.
Knox, George W.
Krumpelman, John M.
Landgrebe, John C.
Lansaw, Paul L.
Lawrence, Frederick C.
Lawson, Thomas O.
LeVesque, Thomas L.
Majeske, Earl C.
Mansburger, Lois M.
Marion, Jack l.
Marsh, Gordon R.
Martin, Thomas G.
McCabe, Barbara A.
McClure, Mary Lou
McDaniel, Goebel, Jr.
McGinnis, Betty G.
McGuire, Donald D.
McKaig, Dianne L.
Merlin, Eliser L.
Middleton, Earl F.
Miller, Samuel M.
Minnich, Kenneth H.
Moffatt, John W.
Moore, Edward J.
Moore, Leonard E.
Morgan, Edith C.
Mulder, Herbert A.
Munro, William R.
Murray, Taylor L.
Naive, Samuel G.
Neil, Charlotte E.
Newman, Joe Robert
Ocko, Alfred Stewart
O'Day, Thomas A.
Offutt, Andrew J.
Osborne, Rex H.
Owens, Jack W.
Paasch, Robert A.
Palmer, Dorothy J.
Pappas, Micheal G.
Paris, Carl R.
Parman, Charles A.
Perdue, George H.
Perez, Santiago, Jr.
Perkins, Elsie R.
Phillips, Carl Eugene
Pittard, Fred Wilson
Podkulski, William D.
Poots, Roberta Eleanore
Powers, Bertie L.
Pracke, Alaysius l
Prince, Thomas Eli
Quigley, Edwards M-. Ji'-
Reed, Thomas B.
Reeder, Cecil B.
Reynierson, Robert W.
Rice, William R.
Robertson, Richard E.
Robinson, Roy Charlei
Rogers, Dona d W.
Sale, Gordon A.
Sanders, Raymond C.
Sandidge, James S-
Saunders, Dudley F.
Schmitt, Angela .
Schweder, Eva Maurice
Sears, Ernest Eugene, JI'-
Shelby, Ralph W.
Shewmaker, Horace W.
Simons, Jeanne E.
Simpson, Gordon E-
Simpson, Robert K.
Simpson, Thomas E.
Smith, Robert B.
Snow, Jack Ramsex, Jr.
Sopchek, Joseph .
Spellman, Richard L.
Stafford, Charles M.
Staples, Allen A.
Stein, Norman J.
Stoner, John B.
Strickler, Elizabeth J.
Sutherland, Charles J,
JUNIORS WITHOUT PICTURES
Tackett, Eddie E.
Thomas, Willard R.
Thompson, Forrest G.
Thrombley, Woodworth G.
Travis, Gloria F.
True, James W.
Tye, Jane Ellen
Waddell, William R.
Wake, Ernest H.
Warner, Charles G.
Watts, Gene T.
Weeks, Guy Edward, Jr.
Wefirle, John B.
Welch, Samuel E., Jr.
Weller, George M.
West, Kenneth K.
West, Mary Jane
West, William B.
Wheeler, Claude E.
Wheeler, Mary K.
White, Gretchen L.
Williams, John P.
Wise, James Eugene
Woodford, Mamie S.
Woods, John L.
Wrench, Joan S.
Wright, James R.
Young, Paul K.
Acton, Carl Bryan, Jr.
Alford, James Durham
Allen, Robert Clay
Arnette, Ambrose E.
Bailey, William D.
Baker, Patty Sue
Barnett, Carl Wayne
Bennett, James Gordon
Bodkin, Joe Eldin
Bohn, Herbert W.
Boles, William O.
Bryson, Hugh Allen
Boyd, Jackie Mahlon
Brannock, Peggy Ann
Burgin, Ralph Vernon
Chandler, Albert Ben, Jr.
Cheek, Charles David
Cooke, John Godwin
Corbett, James H.
Cornett, Wilford Hughes
Crawford, Mary Edwina
Davis, James M.
Davis, William R.
Dicken, Wesley C.
Doyle, Wanda Jean
Duncan, George Taylor
Ecton, William Wal ace
Finneran, James D.
Foster, Carolyn Walker
Flanary, Wa ne Thomas
Fraiman, Robert Jay
Frank, Richard S.
Gabbard, Julian Reid
Gabriel, Gabriel Umboldo
Gelke, Donald Eddie
Ghee, William K.
Greenberg, David Morris
Grider, Josejah Forrest
Hall, Louis ackson, Jr.
Hammack, William Glen
Hampton, Betty Louise
Harding, William H.
Harmon, Virgil Everett, Jr.
Harp, Robert Lee
Harris, John Trimble
Herald, Daniel Wallace
Hill, Arthur Graham
Hill, James LeRoy
Hoey, George James
Horine, Clarence C.
Hoskins, Herbert Edgar
Humphress, W. L.
Hunt, Hugh Glenn
Jones, Scoggin, Jr.
King, Braxton Russell
Lambert, James Owen
Leslie, Grover C.
Mathias, Charles T.
Marchetta, Anthony Albert
McConkey1, Simpson Elliott
McCoy, C arles Edward
McCrystal, Tommy J.
Milburn, Richard H.
Miller, Harold Henson
Moats, Andrew Vincent
Moran, James Hassell
Moran, Stella Richardson
Muth, Joseph Alfred
Nace, Joseph Ned
Neff, Leonard Curtis, Jr.
Ouimet, Harry Joseph, Jr.
Pasko, Micheal Franklin
Patch, Kathryn Gertrude
Picklesimer, dward B.
Pinto, Juan B.
Platter, John Charlie
Poe, Thomas Allen
Price, Joe Baker
Ragland, William C.
Reaves, Thomas Herbert
Reed, McKay, Jr.
Reid, Jack Willard
Richardson, George Watson
Richardson Randolph T.
Rogers, William K.
Sca f, Anna Lee
Selvia, Jimmie Harold
Shultz, William Reeves
Sither, Gordon Bennett
Sither, William Carroll
Skeens, Roy Hartzell
Skinner, Kenneth Willard
Smith, Ralph Edward
Smoot, Paul Nelson
Stapp, William Dickerson
Steers, Jack Walter
Tharp, John Whittier, Jr.
Thurston, Charles D.
Tichenor, Robert T.
Turner, Carl Wilson
Tuttle, Robert Elmo
Usher, Wililam Amos
Vance, Ralph Wendell
Vickers, Grover William
Wester, Dan Cooper, Jr.
Whisman, Leslie Thomas
White, Joe King
Williams, Jesse Edward, Jr.
Wilson, Harold Dean
Woodell, Harold Herbert
Woodard, Robert Clinton
Zaranka, Benny Joseph
Allen, Flora Bess
Bailey, John P.
Brooks, Mildred S.
Brooks, Paul Robert
Burton, Mildred P.
Carter, George R.
Compton, Peggy G.
Conner, M. Vernon
Crews, Elizabeth Ann
Davis, Betty Ann
Davis, William S.
Dummit, Evelyn B.
Dunn, Thomas J.
Farmer, Shirley L.
Ford, Parker S.
Gernert, Elizabeth M.
Ginocchio, Mary Joe
Gorham, Robert Julian
Hall, Betty Jean
House, Cornelius G.
Hunt, Paula Claire
Kanatzer, Ben Frank
Layne, Roger H.
MacLeod, Albert J.
Mason, John E.
Michael, William R.
Morgan, E. June
Nelson, James G.
Olivigni, Robert A.
Patrick, Billy L.
Pope, Charles R.
Proud, Mary Joe
Redding, John L.
Robinson, Donald C.
Shipp, David A.
Stille, enry C.
Stocker, Lee James
Stumbo, Mazel H.
Taylor, William C.
Welsh, Jean B.
Widmer, Mary L.
Wiesman, Anna M.
Abell, William Ray
Addison, Winfred Roscue
Albert, Marvin Gibbons
Alley, James Rile
Arnold, Thomas Fiiazier
Atkinson, Frank W.
Aton, Francis L.
Aurand, James Alvin
Austin, W. T.
Baldwin, Henry B.
Barrows, Billy J.
Bartlett, Ben Taylor
Beauchamp, Russell Clark
Birch, James M.
Boggs, George B.
Bonn, David Edward
Boyd, William Thomas
Briggs, Warren Gilbert
Brittain, William Hall
Brooker, Elmer George, Jr.
Browder, Lynn Philip
Brown, Claude Mitc ell
Brown, Perry A.
Brown, Ralph B.
Burnett, Jack Edwin
Callahan, Sylvester'Jack, Jr.
Carpenter, John William
Chapman, James D.
Chenault, John Lewis
Clark, Thomas Jordan
Coleman, Daniel L.
Condit, Charles Leland
Cook, Edmond Finch
Cook, John Rallrah
Cook, Russell arold
Cornette, Aubrey Johnston
Cox, Clark Bailey
Cox, Glenos, Jr.
Cox, Norman Cody
Crabtree, Clarence Robert
Crawford, James Allen
Christoph, Vern Hewit
Crutchfield, Woodford Watts
Curry, John Wilbur
Daugherty, Donald William
Davidson, Broadus N.
Denham, Randolph, Jr.
Distler, Raymond Jewel
Downs, Melvin Labree
Dunn, Marce P.
Eads, Billy Frazier
Earwood, Edward H.
Eschborn, Earl W.
Evans, Edwin Ray
Fairchild, Donald B.
Faulkner, Paul Arnold
Fehr, James Wallace
Field, Roger Francis
Fields, Holloway, Jr.
Fish, Blrney Ro ert
Flores, Pedro Angel
Fox, Harold Douglas
Fox, James E.
Gaftin, William O.
Gaither, Edgar B., Jr.
Gifford, Wright Cushman
Gilbreth, We don Eugene
Greenfield, Charles Warren
Greenwell, Robert L.
Griffin, James Richard
Gritton, Davis M.
Grubbs, Robert Owen
Grubbs, Warner C.
Grubbs, William Jennings, Jr
Guy, Billy Lynn
Hackney, Jess Harold
Hale , Paul Edwin
Hamby, James Nelson
Hamilton, Joe Forrest
Harper, Willard J.
Hays, Benjamin Kerenza
Hedland, Reynolds A.
Higginson, Joseph C.
Hillebrand, Carl Henry
Holland, William Lane
Howard, Chester Neal
Howard, James Alvin
Hudson, William Talmadge
Human, Howard Cecil
Humphrey, William Roy
Humphries, Alvin Fraser
Hunt, George Ramsey
Isaacs, Gerald Bernard
lson, Ollie Elwood
Jacobs, Lloyd Kenneth
Jacobs, Paul V.
Jenkins, Lloyd William
Jennings, Von E.
Johnson, Kenneth Leroy
Johnson, Robert Campbell, ll
Johnson, Samuel N., Jr.
Jones, Harold John
Jones, Robert V.
Jones, Victor Clark
Jones, William Paul
Kaiser, Leslie Joseph
Kanzler, Sylvester Ernest
Kazee, Robert B.
Keeney, Cecil Madison
Keplar, Kenneth Wilbur
Kirzinger, Richard Louis
Knox, John Basil
Lamastus, Joseph Ralph
Lamb, James M.
Lambert, Roy Porter
Lawless, Lester M.
Layman, Floyd Lee
Leach, Ll? Lewis
Lebaron, eorge Lynn
LeGette, John A.
Lockin, George William
Lurte , Henry Lee
Lux, lrederico Didier
Lyon, Richard Wallace
Lyons, Willis Carson
McClain, Bobby Bruce
McKerahan, Paul Robert
McMurry, Charles Leroyi
Mackebee, William Art ur
Magel, Marion Clarence
Martin, Charles Thorpe
Martin, Felix E.
Martin, Virgil Malone
Martini, Ralph Clarence
Massey, John J.
Masterson, William Shirley
Matthis, Gene Stuart
Mavity, Jesse Robert
Mayberry, William R.
Merideth, Morris Jackson
Miller, William R.
Mitchell, Charles Griffith
Morgan, Joseph A.
Moser, Kenneth Wm.
Mullin, Daniel Francis
Mullins, William H.
Mullin, Thomas Edward
Neace, Ralph W.
Newman, Allie Hume, Jr.
Owen, John Elias
Pennington, Carl Lester
Perisutti, Walter Joseph
Poulouin, Francis Joseph
Presser, William Ryle
Prettyman, Andrew Milton
Quillen, Wm. Franklin
Rasmussen, Adolph Paul
Rassinier, Paul F.
Ravnsborg, Norman Trygve
Reed, Charles Berkley
Regan, Herman Daniel
Rhoades, William Gerald
Rhodemyre, Richard Forest
Robb, William Carlisle
Robertson, J. T.
Romanowitz, Byron Foster
Sammons, William Hobert
Scalf, Thomas Oliver
Schmidt, Fred J.
Schneider, Francis William
Schroeder, Billy Joe
Schultz, Richard William
Scott, Carlos Ray
Sell, William Ernest, Jr.
Senior, Kenneth A.
Sheehan, Leo C.
Shepard, James R.
Shockey, Dorsa Allan
Shutkutski, John Joseph
Siegel, Howard J.
Silas, Wyndol Eugene
Simpson, Henry Wellington
Sims, Clifton Robert
Size, John Joseph
Slone, Ezra Donald
Slone, Orville W.
Smith, Charles Richard
Smith, Howard Eugene
Smith, Lewis Beale, Ill
Smith, Ollie J.
Sproston, Ralph George, Jr.
Stanfill, Donald Wilson
Stapleton, Robert G.
Stapp, Charles Eugene
Stewart, Clell E.
Sturgill, John Harold
Sutton, Harry Shelby, Jr.
Taylor, Billy Spencer
Tichenor, Lee T.
Timmons, Thomas James
Tomey, Richard Dewan
Topor Stephen Theodore
Trent, William Joseph
Vanbeber Ben M.
Varson, Theodore Richard
Vines, Robert Lee
Wagers, Albert Charles
Walters, William Thomas
Wannamaker, William David
Ward, Charles Haynes
Webb, Clayton Eugene
Weis, James Bertrand
Wellinghurst, Jack Moreman
Wells, James Anderson
Wells, William R.
White, Clarence Walter, Jr.
JUNIORS WITHOUT PICTURES
White, Garey Lee
Whitekettle, Howard Chest
Willett, Bernard Austin
Williams, Charles Delphine
Willis, James William
Withers, Lewis William
Witt, Robert, Jr.
Wood, McFarland Walker, lr.
Young, Harold E.
Zoellers, William Ward
Ayers, Bonnie B.
Bowman, Warren S.
Byrd, William B.
C arles, George F., Jr.
Cobb, Robert E.
Coy, Charles .
Foster, Alvin J.
Givhan, Tom B.
Goff, Kenneth H.
Hatch, John W.
Herdman, Harry T.
King, Jason R.
King, William H.
Lentz, Robert G.
Liebman, Herbert D.
Marks, James M.
Miller, Richard J.
Moxley, Jack E.
Nichols, Frederick E.
Orlandi, John T.
Parham, William H.
Pettit, Charles A.
Plesnar, Edward J.
Quinn, Robert N.
Ratliff, Thomas B.
Rivers, Ernest W., Jr.
Scott, James F.
Sloan, John A.
Smith, Luster G.
Watt, Clarence L.
Boyd, Allen Owsley
Brady, Sidney Francis
Brown, James Edsel
Calico, George Wesley, Jr.
Collier, James Wesley
Edwards, William Mora
Ely, James Zion
Fuller, Guy P.
Hardy, Robert Dean
Houchin, Earl, Jr.
Jefferson, James Floyd
Juzwik, Stanley Francis
koger, Carter Wilson
Kozlove, Julius Lee
Kupper, lrvin Joseph
Mansfield, Charles T.
Marshall, William Gene
McConnell, William Glenn
McDaniel, Wesley R.
Miles, James W.
Moffett, Thomas Everett
Osgatharp, Dallas G.
Phillips, Ben Province
Russell, Harry Joseph
Schuppert, William Louis
Shoemaker, Joseph M.
Sims, James Thomas
Specht, Clifford Harry, Jr.
Suterland, Harold Thomas
Personal I nclex
Abbott, Joe L.--191
Adair, Sam E.-191
Adams, Charles C.-191, 345
Adams, Denver-106, 191
Adams, Jay C.-191
Adams, Joan-191, 275
Adams, Leslie-92, 249, 357
Adams, Paul-249, 333
Adams, William-249, 320
Adams, William N-249
Akers, Dee Ashlely-110, 191
Akers, George-- 91
Albrecht, Erwin-191, 348
Albright, Warren-249, 356
Barnes, Emma-150, 249, 275
Barnes, Russell-92, 118, 192,
Barnes, Thomas--249, 328
Barnett, Frances-81, 281
Barnett, Frank-249, 328
Barnett, John-88, 192
Barnett, Kathy-45, 81, 102,
Barnett, Kinne-249, 356
Barnett, L. Jane-249, 277
Barron, Emil -281
Allen, Buford-108, 191
Allen, D. Louise-279
Allen, Dorothy F.-249, 279
Allen, Dorothy J.-120, 191
Allen, l. Dewey-191, 317
Allen, Joyce-191, 289
Allen, Robert-191, 316
Altman, Estel--94, 191
Amberg, Brantly-77, 191, 305
Anderson, Calvin--191, 348
Anderson, Emily-191, 287
Anderson, Janet-120, 249
Anderson, Richard-191, 317
Andes, Betty-113, 191, 368
Ankney, Max-249, 352
Annis, Doris-85, 91 , 368
A h R bert-191
M rtha 293
n ony, a -
Applebaum, Edward--249, 361
Armsey, Harold-191, 302
Arnett, Orville-118, 191
Ashby, Kenneth-249, 328
Atkins, Frank-191, 348, 362
Ayers, Sheldon-1 15, 191
Ayres, Lou-47, 120, 191,277
Baker, George-249, 313
Baldwin, Tom-191, 313
Ball, Betty-46, 249, 283
Ballantine, John--45, 97, 311
Bar er, Jean-277
Barker, James-192, 313
Barlow, James-192, 336
B rl w
Bartalsky, Steven-192, 320
Bartlett, Beth-249, 291
Basham, Jane--192, 289
Bass, Lawrence-192, 360
Bassett, Frank-45, 100, 192,
Bassham, James-192, 337
Bauman, William-1 14, 192,
Bealmear, Kathleen--47, 192
Beam, Barbara-249, 277
Beam, Sara-192, 277
Beatty, John--249, 31 1
Beauchamp, Clark-1 14, 341
Beck, Carl-115, 192
Beck, Rodney-192, 316
Beckett, Cecil--192, 303
Bederman, Sidney-89, 192
Bell, James-94, 192
Benjamin, William-192, 344
Beniamin, William K.-108, 249
Bennett, William-192, 316
Bentley, David-192, 332
Bemon, Frank-110, 249,313
Benton, Robert-94, 249
Berger, Clegg-192, 316
Berger, Everett-1 10, 192
Berry, Harvey--109, 192
Bertram, Alvin-108, 192
Biggs, Warren-249, 328
Billiter, Betsy-249, 281
Bird, Sue Mae-287
Bishop, Edith-195, 289
Bishop, Martha--249, 291
Bishop, Mary Jo--85, 91 , 287
Blxler, William--96, 110, 195,
Black, Haro d-249, 352
Blair, E. Nell-120, 195, 285
a o , M y-
Barnes, C. Edwin-96, 104, 110
Blair, James-1 10, 249, 313
Blair, Marjorie-195, 293
Bland, Lucia-150, 249, 281
Blankenship, John--249, 332
Blasi, Eugene--115, 195
Blevins, Kenneth-77, 80, 249,
Blount, Jane-1 13, 195, 291
Blythe, E. Bruce-348
Boaz, Harry-195, 332
Boggess, Betty-195, 287
Booe, John-249, 349
Boswell, Franklin-195, 305
Boswell, Henry--94, 249
Boulter, Robert--249, 344
Boyd, Anne--249, 281
Boyd, Morgan-195, 348
Brabant, John-249, 349
Bradford, Marjorie-195, 279
Bradford, Nancy-91, 291
Bradley, G. R.-195
Bradley, James E.-195, 345
Bradley, James W.-195
Bradley, Julia--45, 46, 195
Bradley, Martha-'195, 289
Brake, John-108, 115, 195
Brand, Mary--249, 291
Brandenburg, William-249, 316
Brashear, Corbett-92, 1 18, 195
Breathitt, Edward-96, 104, 106,
Breiding, Eugene-92, 249
Brewer, Nancy-195, 287
Brewster, Leland-195, 310
Bridges, John--195, 332
Bright, Nancy--249, 291
Britt Gerald-195, 352
Brooks, Walter-249, 305
Brown, David-97 31 1
Brown, Douglas--196, 307
Brown, Jean F.-196
Brown, Leneth-196, 356
Brown, Robert-94, 196
Bruce, R. Kelly-158, 196, 333
Bruckert, John-196, 333
Brumbaugh, Clifford-196, 316
Bryant, Albert-196, 329
Bryant, Betty-91, 287
Bryant, Lester-97, 249, 316
Bryant, Richard-94, 196
Buckley, Peggy-196, 281
Buckner, James-48, 196
Buckner, Virginia-196, 283
Buechele, Calvin-196, 253
Bullock, Arden-250, 283
Burch, Elza-118, 196
Burch, Ray-250, 313
Burcham, Landon-250, 299
Burchett, Bernard-250, 332
Burd, Francis-108, 250
Burgess, William-88, 196
Burke, George-250, 31 1
Burks, Martha Vivian-47, 113,
Burks, William-250, 303
Burton, Everett-110, 250
Butt, Jane Ann-293
Button, Kent-31 1
Cagle, Singleton-104, 110, 196
Caldwell, Dalton-110, 196
Caldwell, Harry-250, 336
Caldwell, James-158, 250
Calhoun, Leah F.-196
Calk, Charles-250, 307
Call, Lolly-47, 250,289
Camp, Nancy-250, 283
Campbell, F. Kent-307
Campbell, Hugh-110, 196
Cannon, George--196, 307, 362
Cannon, W. J.-348
Carlton, William-196, 328
Carmichael, Willard-196, 313
Carpenter, .lack-196, 302
Carr, James-250, 353
Carroll, William-250, 302
Carson, Carolyn-196, 291
Carson, D. L.-196, 328
Carte, Jo Ann-279
Carte, V. Carolyn-279
Carter, C. S.- 96,356
Carter, Kathleen--47, 199, 283
Carver, Mary C.-102, 103,
Cash, Henry-199, 299
Cassell, Hugh-199, 328
Catlin, Doris-250, 291
Caudill, Allison-45, 48, 114
Caudill, Earl--250, 311
Cavender, J. T.-199, 332
Cawood, Mary Lu-289
Cayce, D. D.-199, 336
Chamberlain, Alex-250, 320
Chambers, Carol-45, 85, 91,
Chandler, Bill-199, 328
Chandler, James-199, 356,
Chase, Mary Jo-287
Cheek, David-250, 325
Childress, Frank--250, 324
Chilton, Lloyd-199, 344
Chinn, Charles-199, 307
Jake-89, 115, 199
Christ, Karl-199, 352
Christen, George--199, 307
Claiborne, Jerry-96, 104, 199
Clare, Michael-106, 199
Clark, John-199, 336
Clark, Mary Lou-279
Clarke, Charles-250, 333
Clary, Gertrude-199, 293
Clay, John-250, 340
Clayton, James--199, 344
Clement, Joe-94, 250
Clements, Robert--240, 348
Clifford, John-199, 352
Cliver, Phyllis--250, 285
Clore, Thomas-114, 118,250
Colburn, Anne-250, 285
Cole, Lee Roy-199
Cole, Roy Lee-118, 199
Coleman, Robert-96, 104,
Thomas-77, 199, 337
combsf James-199, 302
n, Betty F.-250
Compton, Betty J.--150, 199,
on, Conley-250, 336
Conn, Earl L.-200
Conway, George-200, 328
Conway, J. Patrice-250, 281
Conyers, Ewell-88, 250
Conyers, William-94, 200
Coo , Doris-200
Cook, Jack-92, 200
Cook, Joan-46, 200, 275, 295
Cook, Katherine-250, 285
Cook, Russell-250, 302
Cooper, Harry-77, 80, 200,
Cooper, Waller-88, 100, 104,
Coplin, Fred-96, 332
Cornett, Bett -268
Cornett, Harold-250, 340
Cosby, John F.-200
Cotton, Bruce-299, 362
Cottongim, Earl--92, 200
Cottrel , Earl-200, 336
Coulter, Ernest-92, 118, 200,
Cox, J. Robert-200, 320
Cox, Mildred-253, 277
Cox, Wilbur-253, 353
Coyle, Joe-253, 332
Craft, Lillian--253, 275
Crafton, James--200, 299
Crafton, Joe-200, 298
Crafton, Mary-253, 287
Crafton, Richard-26, 88, 100,
104, 150, 200, 298
Craig, Joe-1 14, 118, 200,336
Crain, Sara-200, 279
Crawford, Joan-253, 277
Cripe, Gerard-94, 200
Criscillis, George-200, 340
Critchlow, Carolyn-253, 287
Crockett, Charles-253, 313
Crumg, Betty--81, 200
Crutc field, Harriett-200, 287
Cunningham, Helen-200, 275 4
Cunningham, Paul-77, 200,337
Curry, James-77, 200, 336
Curry, Louise-200, 281
Custred, U. K.-332
Dale, William C.-200, 332
Dale, William L.-92, 200
Daley, John B.-200
Dallas, Anthony-96, 200, 340
Danhauer, William-115, 203
Darbashire, Shelby-80, 203
Darst, James-253, 307
Daugherty, Andy-94, 115,203
Daugherty, Brian-253, 336
Daugherty, Josephine-81, 253
Daugherty, Harr -77, 203, 353
David, Robert-77, 303
Davis, Joanne-203, 283
Davis, Joyce-85, 91, 103
Davis, Shel y-203
Davis, William-80, 253
Dawson, Clarence-203, 348
Dawson, Louis--92, 1 18, 203
Dawson, Venita-102, 203, 277
Day, Polly-91, 281
Day, Roger-203, 253
DeBoer, Donald-203, 332
Deen, Robert-100, 118, 253,
Deen, Thomas-118, 253
DeFrancisco, Louis-207, 361
Deiss, Helen-45, 46, 90, 102,
120, 203, 283
Dempsey, Frank-203, 316,
Dennis, Hubert-94, 115, 203
Denny, Joseph-109, 203
Denver, R. Browning-203
DeVita, Joseph-203, 320
Dicken, Dick-77, 253,336
Dickerson, Richard--115, 203
Dillehay, Hugh-253, 303
Dillingham, Paul-203, 348
Diskin, John-110. 253. 324
Diskin, Thomas-253, 324
Dodcie, Betsv-253, 381
Dodson, Donald--203. 332
Dodson, James-203. 305
Dodson, Marcus-97, 253
Dolid. Lee-203. 287
Donohue, Donald--9 53. 336
Dorfman. Ronald-703. 359
Dorr, Frederick-253. 311
Dossett. Sue-45. 47, 81, 113,
150, 253, 275
Downer, Mathew-203 32R
Downing, Gibson-45, 96, 100,
Doyle, Dorothy-81, 102, 113,
Drake, Albert-100, 203, 336
Dryer, E. J.-253. 356
Duff, Cline-77, 80, 337
Duke, Melvin--253. 353
Dunn, Malcolm-203. 317
Dunn, Marce-203. 317
Durham. James-77, 203, 344,
Durham. Martha-253. 287
Durnil. Edward-253, 313
Earlxg Clara-253, 287
East urn, Gloria--203, 277,295
Easter, Keith-203 '
Eaton, William--204, 349
Eblen, Marvin-108, 204
Edmonds, Hollis-106, 253
Edwards, Forest-92, 1 18, 204
Elth, Doris--204, 291
Elliott, Betty--103, 204, 281
Elliott, James-1 18, 204
Ellis, Shirley Ann-283
Elmes, Joseph-94, 204
Endicott, John-204, 345
Endicott, William-118, 204, 340
England, Sylvan-108, 253
Enlow, Robert-88, 204, 298
Ennis, Patsy-253, 289
Eppley, David-253, 317
Ernest, William-253, 333
Erwin, John- 04
Espin, D. E.-204
Ethinoton, Grover-45, 92, 204,
Ethington, Norman-204, 307
Evans, Donald-204, 345
Eversole, James-109, 204
Eversole, James L.-94, 204
Ewbank, Eloise-81, 150, 204,
Ewing, John-253, 325
Ewing, Nelda--204, 277
Ey, Douglas-204, 353
Fairchild, B. C.-253, 347
Faith, Carl-97, 254,320
Farra, William-204, 307
Felner, Richard-254, 313
Feltel, Gilbert-254, 356
Feezle, Gloria-204, 277
Feltyblfenneth-46, 77, 204,
Fergus, Charles-1 14, 204
Fergus, Juanita-81, 113, 254
Ferguson, Bruce-45, 77, 30,
254, 336, 362
Ferguson, Louis-94, 204
Ferguassog, Walter-77, 80, 204,
Ferring, Lois-81, 204
Fest, Fred-204, 356
Fields, Davis-100, 104, 204,
Figa, Leon-89, 204
Fischer, George-97, 356
Fish, Margaret-207, 283
Fisher, Marian-113, 207
Flesche, John--48, 114, 207
Fletcher, Jack-207, 345
Floyd, Kent-96, 106, 254, 324
Floyd, Lucas--207, 317
Foote, Ann-254, 283
Ford, James-207, 316
Ford, John-254, 307
Ford, Louis-254, 340
Fossett, Edward-207, 316
Foster, William-254, 336
Foster, Betty-207, 285
Foster, Ellis-104, 118, 207
Foster, Nancy-207 285
Fafhergiu, James-2454, 311
Fouse, William-109, 207
Fowler, James-254, 298
Fowls, Don-254, 345
Frame, Alexander--254, 332
Francis, William-110, 254
Frazier, Clarence-1 14, 207
Freiburghouse, Elizabeth--47, 2
Freeman, Billy-254, 277
Freeman, Caroline-254, 279
Friedman, Sanford-207, 359
Frisch, William-254, 359
Fritts, James-254, 352
Fritz, Roger-1 10, 207
Frizzell, Victor-207, 303
Frost, Jacqueline-254, 275
Fuchs, Robert-92, 1 18, 207
F Il G -254
u er, uy
Fulton, Dellon-207, 307
Futrell, Pasty-47, 254, 283
1 G 1 ,
Gaddis, James-108, 254
Gamblin, Magdalene-254, 268
Gardner, Milton-108, 207
Garr, Charlotte-45, 207, 291
Garrett, Margaret--254, 281
Garst, Betty-207, 287
Gaskin, Nancy-254, 293
Gault, William-207, 317
Gauntt, Martha-254, 279
Gentry, William-207, 353
George, Edward-92 1 18, 207
Geralds, Oscar-254, 305
Gergley, Irvin-208, 359
Getzel, Louis-81, 208
Gibson, James--208, 305
Giehls, Roy-97, 302
Gifford, L. F.-208, 356
Giltner, William-208, 325
Gilmore, Thomas-254, 302
Givens, Wayland-208, 353
Godfrey, John-97, 298
Godfry, John-1 10, 208
Goldben, Jack-254, 359
Goldstein, Frances-254, 294
Goldstein, Irvin-254, 359
Goller, Abraham-208, 359
Goodln, Char es-254, 337
Goodman, Daniel-110, 208
Gordon, James-1 18, 208
Gordon, Joel-254, 359
Gordon, Norman-254, 359
Gordon, Paul-254, 359
Gordon, William-208 307
Gorman, Betty--208, 291
Grady, Karl-88, 208, 298
Graham, Donald-254, 344
Graham, Joan-208, 389
Graham, Martha-47, 208, 285
Graham, Thomas-208, 328
Gray, Fawn-254 287, 295
Gray, Pe gy-277
Gravitt, gernard-208, 307
Grech, Alexander-208 307
Green, Charles-254, 333
Greene, Sara Mae-46, 208, 281,
Gregory, Clarence-108, 208
Gregor , Robert-77, 80, 254,
Griffin, George-208, 313
Griffin, Gerald-1 10, 254, 341
Griffin, John--254, 302
Grimes, Joe-254, 299
Grogan, Galle--150, 208, 277
Gromlex, Charles-110, 257
Grote, William-257, 311
Groves, James-1 15, 208
Grugin, Donald-208, 313
Guenther, Elizabeth-257, 289
Gullett, Dwaine-208, 317
Gutermuth, John-257, 31 1
Guthrie, Ann-257, 291
Guthrie, Henry-257, 325
Guthrie, Keith-118, 211
Haagggmgen, Preben-1 18, 257,
Hagerman, Robert-21 1
Haggard, H. B.-21 1
Hahn, Kenneth-21 1
Haile, Rex-94, 257
Haley, Marilyn-211, 277
Haley, Rosemary-81, 257
, O. C.-211
, William G.-325
, William R.-211, 352
Hallock, Thomas-257, 325
Halvorsen, Robert-21 1
Hamblin, Foster--21 1
Hamblin, Helen-21 1
Hamburg, Gerald-21 1, 333
Hamilton, Carl-88, 21 1, 299
Hamilton, Robert---211, 320
Hamilton, William-211, 353
Hamm, Clyde-257, 332
Hammerle, Ralph-211, 348
Hammock, Betty-21 1
Hancliigil, Priscilla-103, 257,
Hancher, Sally-81, 90, 91, 103,
Hancock, John-80, 21 1, 341
Hannigan, Robert-92, 21 1
Harber, Elbert-150, 257, 305
Harbison, John-1 18, 21 1
Hardcastle, Joseph-21 1
Hardin, Henry-110, 257,307
Hardy, James-1 10, 211
Hare, Frank-257, 313
Harlow, Harold-21 1
Harne , Edgar-21 1
Harreflglmanne-47, 103, 211,
Harrington, John-21 1
Harris, Don-94, 211
Harrison, Robert-21 1, 337
Harrod, Dorothy-85, 91, 289
Hart, James-108, 257
H tl J h -21 1
ar ey, o n
Harville, Gladney-106, 211
Hatchett, Robert-21 1, 340
Hatfield, Dorothy-21 1
Hawley Charles-21 1, 320
Hayden, Ann Lura-281
Haynes, Douglas-211, 310
Haynes, Joyce-21 1, 291
Hays, Jane-257, 279
Hays, John-21 1, 332
Hays, Martha-211, 277, 295
Hazelip, Raymond-108, 211
Head, Bernard-21 1
Heath, Robert-257, 317
Hef ernan, James-211 313
Heibner, Jeanne-21 1, 275
Heick,John-211, 328, 362
Heidenrich, J. M.-211
Heineke, Howard-1 18, 212
Heinze, John-212, 345
Heiss, Elizabeth-257 291
Heirz, Jerome-212, 1557
Helms, Elvin-114, 212
Helton, James-1 10, 212
Heltsley, Helen-257, 283
Hemberger, Jay-94, 212
Hendricks, Charles-212, 307
Hendricks, Joan--257, 287
Hendry, Dora Jane-85, 279
Henn, K. J.-212
Henry, Virginia-81, 90, 102,
Herman, Malcolm-257, 359
Herndon, Alex-257, 313
Hertlein, George Ann-212, 291
Hewlett, Sam R.--212
Hibbs, Jack-212, 324
Hibbs, Joseph-257, 353
Hicks, B. Claire-45, 257, 275
Hill, Sam-106, 257,336
Hilliard, Luther--80, 212
Hilling, Rosemary-120, 257
Hines, Robert-106, 212
Hinson, Jerry-212, 287
Hobson, Forest-212, 336
Hoddy, Richard-257, 313
Hodges, M. Douglas-106, 212
Hoffman, Harold-257, 320
Hoffman, Jane Bell-281
Hogg, oy - .
Holder, Robert-212, 344
Holeman, Barbara-212, 289
Holeman, William-257, 353
Holland, Charles-212, 341
Holland, David-77, 212, 305,
Holliday, David-257, 307
Hollingsworth, Kent-77, 212,
Holtzclaw, Harold-96, 104,332
Honaker, Charles-257, 336
Honaker, Dorothy-257, 289
Hooks, Anna Faye-212, 277
Hooper, Thurman-108, 212
Hopson, Winthrop-212, 324
Hord, Mary Frances-312
Horine, Wallace-212, 344
Hoskins, Donald-106, 212
Hoskins, William-257, 344
Houchens, H.W.-94, 212
Houchens, W. T.-94, 212
Hough, Thomas-212, 320
Hounshell, Arthur-212, 298
Howard, D. Jean-285
Howard, Fred--215, 317
Howard, Ted-215, 353
Howarth, Robert--215, 307
Howe, James-215, 324
Hubbard, Mrs. A.-215
Hubbard, Robert-110, 215
Hue , Gaines--215
Huffman, Robert-80, 298
Hugins, Henry-258 349
Hughes, Barbara-258, 277
Hughes, Eleanor-215, 289
Hamphfees, Jack-258, 305
Hutchcraft, Ann-103, 215
Hutchinson, Agnes-258, 293
Idleman, John--215, 320
llaria, Lorraine-258, 285
Ingels, Mary-258, 293
Inman, Edwin-258, 310
Inman, James-150, 310
- J ...
Jackson, C. E.-215, 357
Jackson, Mar -215, 275, 295
Jackson, Phililp-92, 215
Jentz, Marjorie--258, 279
Johnson, Charles-215, 303
Johnson, Doris-103, 215
Johnson, Hettie-215, 277
Johnson, Margaret-85, 91
John3og1iMorris-1 14, 118, 215
Johnson Rachel-1 13, 150, 258
Johnson, R. C.-215
, Jerald-104, 110, 215,
Johnston, Phillip-258, 348
Johnston, Robert-258, 307
Jones, Carl-215, 353
Jones, Donald-215, 353
Jones, Elliott-45, 77, 80, 100,
150, 158, 258, 332
Jones Frances-258, 275
rry-45, 110 zss
Jones, LeRuth-258, isa
Jones, Mary C.--216
Jones, Mary Ruth-277
Jones, Neil--216, 357
Jones Richard-258, 332
illiam-109, 110, 258
Jordan, Lytle A.-216, 357
Joseph, Mayme O.-216, 368
Jouett, Ed-258, 325
Joyner, Joseph-45, 216, 340
Judy, Jack-258, 313
Justice, Charlotte-258, 275
Kam, Jack-258, 353
Kane, Frank--258, 321
Kaplln, M, E.-89, 216
Kasey, Lloyd-216, 328
Kauffman, Jane-258, 275
Kavanaugh, Joan--258, 291
Keeling, Hershell-216, 302
Keesee, Robert-216, 320
K ll J h -216
e er, o n
Kelly, John-1 10, 216
Kemper, Raymond-92, 118, 216
Kennedy, Karen-47, 289
Keneedy, Karen-47, 289
Kenney, Joan-216, 287
Kerr, Ivan E.-108, 216
Kessler, Herman-216, 325
Khoury, Nicholas-92, 118, 216
Kilgusaffarilyn-81, 85, 90, 91,
King, Edmond D.-94, 1 15, 216
King, Ernest-118, 216
King, George-258, 332
King, Mary-90, 216, 277
King, Wes ey-118, 216, 316
Kirc dorfer, Mildred-258, 289
Kirk, E. T.-341
Kirk, Jonqull June-216, 285
Kirkpatrick, Mary-216, 291
Kirwan, Barbara-47, 216, 287
Kittinger, Martha-103, 216, 275
Klein, Norman-104, 216, 359
Klemmer, Augustus-92, 216
Kloecker, Phyllis-216, 283
Knight, Joe-216, 316
Koehler, Charles-258, 332
Krumpelman, John-216, 320
Kuhn, James-216, 302
Kuiper, John-100, 109, 216
Lackey, James--258, 305
Lackey, Marcus-258, 305
Lat erty, Donald--219
Laffoon, Donald-219, 299
LaFollette, Jane-258, 281
Lake, Virginia-258, 277
Langston, Thomas-31 I
Larkin, John J.-106, 219
Larkin, John V.-219, 348, 362
Larkin, Margaret-103, 258,
Laswell, Glenn-1 14, 219
Lau, Fred-219, 357
Lawson, Patricia-113, 219,275
Leach, May-219, 293
Leach, Rol ie-219, 316
Leathers, Shirlee-120, 219
Leathers, Winfield-219, 332
Lee, Caroline-261, 283
Lee, Doroth -219
Lee, Joe-77, 320
Lee, Robert--219, 353
Lee, Sammie-261, 357
LeGette, Charles-219, 307
LeMasters, Gerald-109, 219, 317
Lenox, Ramona-261, 289
Lester, Van Milton-219
Levin, James-219, 359, 362
Lewis, Bryan-110, 219
Lewis, David-261, 353
Lewis, Jack Smith-219
Lewis, James-219, 313
Lewis, Jo ce-281
Lewis, Lelland-261, 332
Lezius, Carl-261, 311
Liebert, Elmer-219 337
Liles, Allen-261, 362
Lindstrom, Joan-261, 275
Linehan, Robert-261, 332
Link, Elizabeth-219, 293
Linvil e, William-261, 325
Locke, Howard-219, 320
Long, James-219, 337
Long, Mary Lou-289
Lorc , Eloise-91
Lott, Wilfred-219, 302
Lowe, John-108, 261
L I -219
Lutes, Ben-219, 320
Lyon, Betty-261, 275
Lyon, Elaine--220, 279
Lyons, Anna J.-220
Lyons, Thomas-229, 357
Lyons, W. Carson-261, 305
Macke, Richard E.-261, 321
Macke, Wm. B.-220
Mackebee, Wm. K.-261, 349
Macklin, Ann M.-90, 261, 291,
Macklin, Susan J.-291
Maddox, Wayne L.--261
Maggard, Mark R.-220, 345
Maggard, Ruth Ann-289
Maguire, Gerald L.--220
Mainous, Joe E.-77, 261, 345
Makepeace, Sylvia G.-261, 283
Malone, John P.-220
Maloney, Henry E.-220, 337
Manchi es, Ida F.-220, 285
Manderm, A. B., Jr.-I 14, 220
Mandt, Barbara A.-220, 283
Mangione, A. J.-261, 332
Mann, Beniamin J.-106, 220
Manning, Ora, Jr.-220
Mansfield, Wm. C., Jr,-313
Maples, Gregory K.-321
Marcum, James V.-106, 261
Marcuzzi, Robert L.-349
Markell, Herbert M.-220, 359
Marlowe, John G.--220, 344
Marnhout, Wm. H.-220
Marple, Keith E.-220
Marsh, Alan E.-261, 341
Marsh, Kathrine J.-261
Marshall, Jack A.-220, 305
Martin, Betty J.-220, 277
Martin, Charles P.-114,220
Martin, Doug-220, 310
Martin, Felix E.-353
Martin, Harry C.-220
Martin, Hunter H.-220
Martin, James C.-298
Martin, James R.-220
Martin, Louise-47, 261, 293
Martin, Martha J.-150, 220, 293
Martin, Robert Lewis-220
Martin, Thomas Y.-311
Martin, Walter, Jr.-220
Martin, Wm. J.-220
Marye, Edward A.-1 10, 261,
Masonbert, Stanley L.-360
Massie, Edward L.-329
Massie, Ira E.-261
Massie, Lois S.--261
Mastin, Bettye L.-120, 220
Mastin, Holt H.-220, 303
Matchett, John R.-220
Mathews, Joe-261, 313
Mathias, Frank F.-220, 332
Mathias, Thomas W.-261, 332
Mathis, Dinwiddie L.-220, 353
Matracia, Richard L.-261, 329
Mattingl , Wm. E.-220
Mattox, 'lxhelma R.-85, 91, 103
Maturo, Frank J. S.-77, 80, 100,
150, 261, 305
Maturo, Jimmy L.-77, 80, 150,
Maupin, Julian W.-261
Maupin, Wm. S.-299
Maury, Mary E.-291
May, Haven L.-220
Mayer, Mary A.-261, 287
Mayes, Ann P.-220, 287
Mayes, Robert T.-220, 341
Mayhew, Paul'W.-220, 345
Maynard, Arvid A.-220
Mayne, Arloe W.--106, 261
Maxey, Millard R.-220
Mayo, Ruth L.-277
McCalla, Julia L.-283
McCann, J. M., Jr.--96, 110,
McCann, Sue J.-261
McCann, Wm. H.-261, 325,
McCarty, aul G.-220
McCauley, Gentry E.-220, 340,
McChesney, Ann P.-287
McClendon, Charles Y.-223
McClure, Charles W.-261, 298
McClure, Lawas L.-77, 261, 298
McClure, Mary L.-223
McClure, Spencer P.-261, 281
McCollum, Mary E.-291
McConathy, Sara H,-223
McCormick, Ollie W.-223, 313
McCoun, Robert C.--261, 313
McCowan, Robert T.-46, 100,
104, 223, 310
McCown, Marie L. K.-223
McCracken, Ralph-77, 80, 357
McCracken, Ruth M.-223, 281
McCutcheon, Patricia A.-261,
McDaniels, Robert E.-223, 329
MCDZQQ, Edgar A.-88, 223,
McDonald, Marilyn L.-291
McDowell, Louise--261, 287
McElroy, Stanley L.-223
McEuen, George T.-223
McEuen, Marshall M.-114, 118,
McGee, Cecil F.--109, 223
McGee, Warren-223, 305
McGhee, Barbara J.-262, 285
Mclntire, Ann L.-262, 285
McKaig, Dianne L.-91, 275
McKeehan, Benjamin-106, 223
McKeehan, Kenneth J.--329
McKZn9rga, Mary Bert-262, 279,
McKenney, Ronald L.-48, 223
McKinley, Mary W.-283
McKinney, Jessee W.-262
McLaughlin, Delbert L.-106, 223
McLeod, James A.-114, 118,223
McMeekin, Charles F.-92, 118,
McMurtry, Joseph C.--94, 223
McNamee, Juanita J.-223, 293
McNeely, Charlotte E.-223
McNeer, Robert L.-223
McPherson, Mar aret J.-262
MCQLiBgg, Mary Jann-150, 262,
Meade, Mary E.-223, 279
Meador, Robert E.-223
Meador, Harry M.-223
Meador, James S.-299
Mears, Mabel-223, 283
Medlock, Wm. P.--223
Meeks, Cecil H.-223, 305
Melvin, Joseph C.-262
Mendelson, Don A.-223
Menne, Gordon-223, 345
Menser, Ralph B.-223
Mercer, Calvin F.-223, 341
Meredith, Kenneth A.-223, 303
Mereglggm, Wm. R.-92, 118, 223,
Meyer, Virginia V.-285
Meyer, Wm. R.-357
Midkiff, Betty F.-262
Midkift, Kenneth-100, 223, 333
Milburn, Martha L.-279
Milby, Perry R.-113, 262
Milkovich, John-223, 305
Miller, Annelle-262, 283
Miller, Dorothy G.-150, 262,
Miller, Fred H.-262, 31,1
Miller, Jack B.-110, 223
Miller Jacob-108, 262
Miller, Harold F.-223
Miller, Harry E.-223
Miller, H. Wendell-223
Miller, Marlene Y.-285
Miller, Nathan H.--223, 359
Miller, Robert MV., Jr.--223,
Miller, Ruth A.-279
Miller, Samuel M.-223, 359, 362
Miller, Stewart J.-1 10, 262
Miller, Thelma C.-223
Million, Wilma G.-262, 279
Mills, Edgar L.-262
Mills, Edward-262, 353
Mills, Herbert B.-262, 353
Millsblbtsubert-96, 106, 224,
Mills, Robert H.-262, 321
Mills, Wm. L.-224
Minning, Fred C.-333
Minor, Julia A.-281
Miracle, Beverly P.-92, 118,
Mitchell, Charles G.-262, 307
Mitchell, Margery-262, 287
Mitchell, Melvin E.-262
Moberly, David L.--262, 305
Moffggimhn W.-97, 262, 317,
Mokas, James--262, 310
Molsberger, Fred A., Jr.-320
Montague, Barbara J.--287
Montague, Mary E.-224, 275
Montgomery, George-261, 321
Montgomery, William-108, 224
Moody, Cordie L.-283
Moon, John W.-345
Moore, August A.-92. 224
Moore, Bacon R.-80, 313
Moore, Charles-262, 321
Moore, Clare G.-262, 303
Moore, Elmer B.-108, 115,224
Moore, James R.-262, 333
Moore, Joan Patricia-281
Moore, John F.-224, 353
Moore, Mitchell, Jr.-333
Moore, Patricia-224, 283
Moorsizhurman H.-108, 1 15,
Moore, V. L.-48, 118, 224
Moore, Wellington-88, 224
Moore, Will M.-305
Moreland, Ro J.-341
Moreman, Willis G.--88, 224
Morgan, Carroll L.-108, 224
Morgan, George G.-262
Morgan, H. B.-224
Morgerson, E. W.-224
Morris, Charles E.-108, 224
Morris, Houston M.-224
Morrow, Chas. W.-262, 321
Morrow, John D.--224, 344
Morrow, John W.-224
Morrow, Helen L.-291
Mosby, Mary Ann--224, 285
Moseley, Wynn G.-77, 262, 344
Moss, Henry F.-224
Mowat, Elizabeth K.-103, 224
Muir, Wm. Q.--313
Mulkey, Marian--224, 287
Mulloy, Bettye A.-293
Mulloy, James J.-224, 324
Muney, Robert C.-224, 1 10
Munro, Willis, Jr.-224, 310
Murphy, Elinor F.-275
Murray, Virginia D.-150, 262
Meyers, Frank R.--345
Meyers, Julia H.-287
Meyers, Larry H.-224, 303
My es, Arthur L.-77, 80, 150,
Nahm, Annette J.-294
Nall, George M.-341
Nally, Romuald-108, 224
Nard, Joseph R.-224, 305
Naser, Ronald O.--224
Nash, Betty C.--291
Neace, Samuel, Jr.--1 10, 224,
Neal, Dorothy A.-293
Nealeggney A.-45, 100, 262,
Neal, Tom E.-262, 303
Neblett, Wm. A,-224
Nelson, Charles W.--224
Nethken, Robert D.--337
Neudecker, Beverly J.-287
Neuman, Suzanne L.-294
Neuville Fred P.-262, 299
Nevin, thomas A.--224
Newell, Joe P.-224, 341
Newharth, NancEy A.-285
Newman, Edith .-224
Newman, Mary Anne-275
Newson, Billy Joyce-224
Nicholls, L. H.-224, 307
Nichols, Elaine G.-289
Nichols, Fredric--96, 104, 224,
Nicholson, Marvin, Jr.-224
Nickell, Archie C.-110,224
Nickell, James M.--224, 348
Nienaber, Howard H.-224
Nikolas, Robert T.-262, 333
Niles, Beverly J.-289
Noe, Charles W.-227, 305
Noe, May Beam-227, 291
Noland, Bernard C.-321
Noland, Irvin S.-227
Norris, Walter K.-227, 298
Northcutt, Betty L.-227, 275
Northcutt, Geraldine L.-102, 223
Northcutt, Glendora--227, 275
Northcutt, James-262, 333
Nuckols, Seth F.-262, 307
Nunnelley, Nancy Ford-281
Nutting, Mary F.-262
Nyquist, Frances M.-275
Oakley, Charles H.-202, 333
O'Bannon, Ann E.--150, 262 277
O'Bannon,Wm. v.-114, 150,
Odell, Barbara A.--289
Odell, Mary E.-291
Olgden, Ann-262, 275
O Laughlin, Bernard-106, 262
Oliver, Kenneth-265, 349
Osborn, Della Wheeler-265
Osborn, Doug-265, 368
Osbourne, Evelyn R.-227, 368
Osbourne, Earl .-106, 227
Osborne, Mary Louise-275
Otto, Wm. E.--227
Owen, Flogfd L.-227, 357
Owen, G. .-227, 357
Owen, Opal--150, 227, 279
Owens, John--96, 104, 227, 324
Pace, Betty Carol-281
Pace, Maurice M.-227, 305
Padon, W. C.-227
Palmer, Robert A.-265, 313
Pappas, Victor G,-265
Pardue, Mary-47, 85, 91, 277
Pardue, Tom A.-341
Parham, Wm. H.-106, 227
Parry, David A.-265, 307
Park, Carolyn H.-283
Parker, Emily J.-227, 293
Parker, Mary Anna-227, 289
Parker, Zoe W.-287
Parness, Irwin D.-227, 360, 362
Parsons, Joe J.-227
Patch, Gertrude L.-227
Pate, Roger G.-227, 352
Patterson, Betty B.-265, 287
Patterson, Joan C.--265, 289
Patrick, Charles M.-96, 100, 104
227, 310, 362
Patri3l85Emma Lou-227, 289,
Patrick, Walter-45, 100, 110,
265, 332, 362
Patterson, Patricia Ann-289
Patton, James B.-227
Paul, Mary Lois-227
Paul, Vernon F.-118, 227
Pauley, Jack R.-265
Paxson, Maxine Ann-227
Payne, Hobart E.-227, 349
Peak, Wm. R.--265, 307
Pearce, Robert M.-1 10, 265
Pedigo, John A.-265, 305
Pemble, Charles W.-227
Penix, Ray B.-227
Penn, George T.-227, 305
Pennebaker, Martha L.-103, 227
Pentecost, Charles H.-227, 337
Perkins, Fred-92, 96, 100, 118,
Perkins, Loui E.-94, 227
Perkins, Wm. T.--227
Perkinson, Laura A.-265, 277
Perrine, Ann-85, 283
Perrine, Jean Llogd-265, 283
Perraut, George .-227, 298
Peters, John-265, 321
Pewitt, Mac-227, 316, 362
Peterson, Charmaine-265, 293
Pfeiffer, Joan--265, 283
Phillips, Carl-227, 305
Pigman, Richard-228, 333
Platter, Barbara-265, 277
Plemmons, John J.-94, 228
Poe, William--228, 332
Pogrotsky, Marvin-228, 361
Porter, Ray-228, 344
Porter, Shirley-265, 285, 295
Porter, Thomas-228, 352
Porter, Woodrow S.-228
Portmann, Stanley-265, 31 1
Potter, Ella Rena-228, 289
Powell, Julius-228, 332,362
Powers, Nita-150, 265, 285,
Preston, Barbara-228, 285
Prewitt, Edwina-265, 291
Price, Lona-228, 289, 295
Price, Mary Ellen-228, 287
Prichard, Joan--265, 281
Prichard, William-228, 345
Priestley, Mary-91, 291
Pritchett, Charles-228, 348
Pruden, D. H.-92, 118, 228
Pulliam, Royce-106, 228, 305
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Quertermous, John-228, 348
Raines, Karen-228, 289
Raker, John-265, 345
Ran in, Bertie-265
Rankin, Edwin-265, 352
Ranney, Ra ph-106, 228
Ratcliff, Robert-265, 321
Rau, Theodore-265, 298
Ray, E. O.-228
Ray, Thomas-265, 324
Raybourn, Robert-265, 329
Razor, Jack-265, 341
Read, Charles-265, 321
Redford, Dorothg-47, 228
Reed, David-2 8
Reed, Leslie-108, 265
Reese, William-231, 352
Renfro, John-92, 118, 231
Rogers, William-231, 313
Rose, Frederick-231, 352
Rose, Mary-231, 279
Ross, Ray-266, 352
Ross, Richard-94, 266
Rosson, Barbara-232, 291
Reynolds, George-104, 231, 305
Rhoades, William-231, 310
Rhodes, Jo Ann-231, 283
Rhodes, Jo Ann-231, 283
Rice, Edwin-106, 231,333
Richards, Doris-91, 279
Richards, Nancy-265, 283
Richardson, 'Kitty--23 1, 275
Richey, Mariorie-265, 283
Ridle , MaryJo-113, 150,
265, 2 5
Riggs, James-231, 310
Riley, Pat-265, 313
Riley: Wm. M.-94, 231
Ritc ie, Alan-231, 307
Roach, Wm. M.-94, 115, 231
Roadcap, Charles A.-108, 231
Roades, Joanne-265, 281
Robbins, C. G.-231
Roberts, John-231, 357
Robertson, Diane-266, 281
Robertson, Richard-1 10, 266
Robertson, Robert-231, 329
Robertson, Wilburn-92, 1 18, 231
Robinson, Anna C.-231
Robinson, Calvin-231, 305,
Robinson, Robbie-266, 279
Rodes, D er-341
Rogers, Edward T.-108, 115
Rogers, Emmett-231, 352
Rogers, Hang-231, 341
Rogers, Joe .-108, 115, 231
Rogers, John-1 14, 231
Rogers, Suzanne-45, 46, 102,
Rotunno, Anthon -232, 316
Rouben, Joe I.-266
Rouse, Bobbie Ann-291
Rouse, Isaac-96, 232, 344
Routt, Martha-113, 232, 368
Routt, Winston C.-1 15, 232
Rowady, Edward-100, 1 18, 232
Rowland, Ceci -232
Roy, Sylvan O.-108, 115,232
Roy, Walter-232, 310
Rudd, Jeann-266, 289
Ruddy, John-266, 333
Ruh, Rose-232, 293
Russell, Donald-48, 232, 344,
Russell, Robert-232, 348
Rybolt, George--266, 333
Saffell, Cora F.-232, 28
Samson, Betty-293 '
Samuel, Billy-266, 337
Samuels, William-266, 352
Sanders, Florence-232, 281
Satterfield, Virginia-103, 232,
Saunders, Richard--266, 333
Saunders, William-77, 232, 305
Saylor, James-266, 313
Scent, William-106, 232,324
Schimpeler, Henry--232, 352
Schisler, Mary-232, 289
Schlegel, Jeannine-232, 291
Schmidt, Dorothy-266, 279
Schmitz, Joseph-92, 232
Schureck, Raymon L.-108, 266
Schuster, Lloyd-266, 359
Schwab, Carl M.-232
Scott, Carlos-80, 353
Scroggins, Charles-232, 324
Seale, Eva-232, 277
Seaman, Blair--266, 313
Seath, Dorothy-266, 285
Sebastian, William-92, 235
Seelhorst, Arthur-77, 235
Self, Edward-235, 329
Semonin, W. J.-325
Shacklett, Herbert-235, 356
Shafer, Barbara-103, 235, 283
Shanklin, Barbara-266, 291
Sharp, Bonnie--266, 281
Sharpe, Charles-266, 352
Sheets, Feraldine-266, 289
Shell, James-266, 352
Shelton, Steve-266, 329
Smither, W. R.--236
Snow, Rodger-31 1
Southworth, Frank--236, 310
Sowers, William-236, 307
Spain, Thomas-266, 348
Spaulding, Harriette-236, 28
Spaulding, Henry-235, 352
Sparks, William-236, 340
Sparrow, G. T.--236, 305
Sparrow, Maria--236, 287
SDS-Brs, Clyde-236, 352
Spears, Donald-236, 352
Speer, Joseph T.-236
Spencer, Maryanne-236, 233
5Dencer, Merle-236, 293
Spillman, Karolyn-269, 279
Spillman, T. R.-236
Spillman, William-97, 313
Spinks, John-236, 357
Sherlock, Don-235, 310
Sherman, George--114, 118,235
Jean-150, 235, 285
Stamer, Daniel-236, 305
Stamper, Robert-356, 236
Stanford, Eugene-77, 269, 302
Shitlet, Ronald-235, 340
Shindelbower, Martha-103, 235
Shinnick, Mary E.--281
Short, Buford-l 10, 235
Short, Hardin-266, 313, 362
Sigler, James-266, 337
Siler, Annette-103, 266,279
Simms, Joe-235, 317
Simon, Robert-88, 235
Simpson, Mary--266, 289
Siria, Gilbert-266, 348
Siria, Wallace-235, 348
Sloanjygilliam-96, 106, 235,
Smith, Ava B.-232
Smith, Cawood-1 10, 235
Irvine 236, 317
Stark, Roger-118, 236, 316
Steele, E. Joyce-236, 285
Steele, James-236, 317
M 'l -279
Steele, ari yn
Steely, Andrew-269, 353
ens, Bruce-106, 236
ens, Joseph-236, 357
ens, Robert-110, 269, 310
Stevens, Eugene--150, 236
Stevens, Jean-236, 277
Stevens, John J.-236
Stevens, Virginia-269, 287
rt, Barbara-236, 275
rt, James-236, 317
rt, Kenneth-88, 236
rt, Robert-236, 310
Stikeleather, Homer-269, 303
Stilleiggnice-103, 150, 236,
Stokely, Jane--269, 283
sion, Betty-236, 287
Stoll, George-236, 336
Stone, D. Marian--275
Stone, James-1 18, 239, 352
Stone, R. H.-94, 269
Smith, Gordon-235, 344
Smith, Joseph-77, 235, 305
Smith, Leslie-158, 235
Smith, Linda-266, 281
Smith, Paul-235, 313
Smith, Ra mond--114, 118,235
Smith, Robert- G.-235, 321 '
Smith, Robert L.-236
Smith, Robert S.-45, 77, 88,
104, 236, 298
Smith, Samuel-110, 266
Smith, Tom--266, 344
Smith, Walter H.-236
Stout, John--239, 313
Street, Johni-239, 299
Strohbeck, Wm. H.-239
Strother, Jack-239, 310
Stroube, Edward-150, 269, 298
Strunk, Betty-81, 239
Sublett, John-106, 269
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Su ivan, ar ara
Sullivan, Charles-239, 357
Suit, Robert-269, 349
wiisonf E. Jeanne-244, 279
Sumnggig, Robert-80, 92, 239,
Swain, William-239, 294
Swetnam, Mary-120, 269 I
Swieterman, Robert-77, 269,
Swinford, Mary-239, 291
Swint, Marjorie-269, 279
Swofford, Martha-81, 102, 1 13,
Tudor, Charles--240, 313
Tully, John-109, 240, 310
Tully, Rosemar --289
Tune, Loren-240, 356
Tupman, Linus-92, 240
Wathem, Joe-270, 316
Wathen, Charles D.-94, 243
Watkins, John-243, 341
Watlington, Nancy-270, 293
Turner, Carl-240, 321
Turner, Carl-31 1
Turner, Ro -269, 298
Sympson, Marie-239, 291
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Tabb, Thomas-239, 345
Tackett, Charles-45, 345
Tackett, Ramona-269, 287
Tarter, Stanley--77, 239
Tatum, Omar--239, 310
Tyroler, Charles-53, 269, 359
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Underwood, homas-96, 110,
Watson, Charlotte--270, 279
Watson, Henry--110, 270
Watts, Clyde-96, 243, 348
Wayman, William-243, 352
Weakley, E. Ryburn-88, 96,
104, 150, 243, 298
Weatherspoon, Glenn-104, 1 I4
114, 118, 243,316
Webb, Jane--BI, 90, 281
Webb, Samuel-243, 302
Weber, Kathryn-270, 285
Webster, Robert--243, 356
Weil, Richard--243, 359
Weinberg, Arthur-270, 359
Welch, John-I06, 270
Wilson, B. L.-244
Wilson, C. Lois-279
Wilson, Charles-244, 352
Wilson, David--114, 244, 313
Wilson, Gilbert-106, 244
Wilson, Harold D.-352
, Harold M.-244
Wilson, Jimmie D.-244
Wilson, Louisa-270, 287
Wilson, Margaret-81, 270
Wilson, Ralph-270, 307
Wilson, Willa--270, 277
Tatum, Ralph-239, 310
Taylor, Arnold--269, 299
Taylor, Boyd-106, 269
arol n 289
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Taylor, Daniel--239, 324
Taylor, Delbert-1 14, 239
Taylor, Robert-92, 239
Taylor, Thomas M.-94, 108, 239
Taylor Waitman-269, 317
Vance, Owen-240, 305
Vance, Thomas B.-240
Van Deren, Charlotte-291
Van Gemeren, Dirk-1 14, 240
Van Meter, Jeanne-269, 279
Van Meter, Lois-240, 291
Vaughan, Betty-47, 269, 277
Wells, Betty Jo-243
Wells, Frances--243, 279
Wells, Harold-243, 321
Wesley, Faye-243, 277
Wesley, James-243, 307
Wesley, Robert-243, 316
West, James-243, 310
West, Joyce-203, 243
West, Mary Jane-270, 291
Mary Jo-270, 275
Vaughan, Joseph-240, 349
Testa, Angelo--239, 307
Thomas, James--239, 344
Thomas, Peggy-269, 291
Thomas, Sara-103, 239, 281
Thomas, Winforcl--88, 239, 313
Thompson, Betty A.-239
Thompson Brent-239, 299
Thompson, Joe--92, 239
, Thomas-239, 324
Vaughn, Mary Wood-240, 281
Vest, Ada Ruth-240, 285
Vincent, Carl-92, 240
Voss, Arthur J.-240
Vossler, George-240, 305
Waddell, Glenna-240, 277
Wagner, Berz-269, 31 I
Wagner, Ray-269, 321
Whalen, Allen-270, 302
Wharton, Robert-45, 96, 104
118, 243, 352, 362
Wheeler, George W.-243
White, Henry-270, 333
White, Norma--243, 293
White, William-243, 353
Whitfield, A. C.-243, 324
house, William-270, 333
Thornsberr , Beavin-239
Thornton, Raymond-1 14, 239
Thorra, Randall--240, 345
Thre keld, Paul-118, 240
Tiller, Robert--269, 321
Tilton, Virginia-269, 291
Todd, Bosworth-97, 341
Toms, Margaret-269, 287
Townes, Thomas-100, 240, 31 O
Trimble, Lou-240, 293, 295
Truman, Lee--240, 340
Waitowicz, Joe-269, 333
Walker, Richard-150, 329
Walker, Ronald-269, 333
Wallace, Jo n-240
Wallace, Victor Conrid-108, 240
Walsh, Eva-269, 293
Whitmer, Kat eryn-120, 270
Whitt, Paul-115, 243
Whittenberg, Gil-270, 344
Whitton, Roger-243, 316
Wiley, Corless-88, 243
Wintsch, Frederick-244, 333
Witt, George-244, 332
Witt, John-244, 357
Witt, Zollie-244, 302
Wohlstein, Richard--270, 361
Wolfinberger, Victor G.-244
Wolford, James E.--270, 333
Womack, Richard G.--I 14, 244
Womack, Richard M.-244
Womack, William L.-244
Woods Aillen W.-106, 270, 324,
Wood, Leonard-270, 336
Wood, Mattie-270, 281
Wooclktgleree H.-102, 113, 244,
Wood, Woodson-106, 244,
Woods, Anne H.--275
Woods, Jack W.--94, 244
Woodaward, Charles-77, 244,
Woodward, William-244 '
Word, Carroll E.-244
Word, James A.-244
Word, John H.-244
Wortord, Oren A.-244
Worley, Ansel A.-270
Wright, Dale L.-270
Wright, Hubert C.-244, 316
Wright, Paul J.--361
Wyatt, Jane-270, 283
Wyatt, John-106, 244
Yackowskey, Michael-270, 361
Yager, Julia-270, 291
Yankee, Woodford E.-332
Yates, Bobbie Dean-279
Yeary, Charles-77, 345
Walthall, Dorothy-269, 275
Walton, Warren-114, 1 18, 243
Ward, John-269, 313
Ward, Shir ey-283
Ward, William-240, 324
Wardman, William-240, 341
Ware, Donald K.-269
Willhite, M. Louise-368
Williams, Ro er-313
Warner, Gayle-269, 336
Warren, D. H.-316
Warren, Doris-I 13, 240
Warren, Jean-150, 269, 283
Warren h llis 270 289
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Wash, James-243, 336
Williamson, George-243, 356
Willing, Barbara-243, 287, 295
Willis, T. C,.-94, 270
Wills, Charles-270, 299
Wills, Glenn-150, 244,310
Young: Charles E.-270, 329
Young, Charles W., Jr.-244, 340
John E.-244, 356, 362
Youngf Laura Jane--150, 244
Young, Mary Lillard--270, 281
Young, Nancy Ann--275
Youtsey, Sarah Ann-244, 289
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Washburn, Harry-48, 118, 243
Zax, Hen? E.-108, 244
Zinser, Wm. B.-115, 244
Zornes, Imogene-270, 279
Zuckerman, Leonard-270, 359
Alma Magna Mater ...... 122
Alpha Chi Sigma ............ 84
Delta Pi ...... 274-275
Delta .............. 276-277
Rho ................ 296-299
Lambda Delta ...... 85
Alpha Phi Omega ...... 86-87
Alpha Sigma Phi .... 300-303
Alpha Tau Omega .. 304-305
Alpha Xi Delta ,.,.,. 278-279
Alpha Zeta ...................... 88
Alpha Zeta Omega .......... 89
Society .................. 123
Association ,....... 124
Bacteriology Society .... 125
Band ................................ 60
Union ................ 68-69
Beauty Queens .......... 26-35
Carter .............. ......... 3 3
Critchlow ...., ..... 3 0
Hunter 1 ...... ,,,,,, 3 2
McCabe ...... ...... 3 5
Moore ..... ...... 2 8
Saffell ..... ...... 3 l
Wilson .............. ...... 3 4
Beta Sigma Rho ............ 360
Block and Bridle .,.......... 132
Board of Publications ...... 50
Boyd Hall ...................,.. 365
Deans .... .....
Deans of Women ............ 40
Delta Delta Delta ..
Delta Tau Delta ....
Delta Zeta .....,......
Dutch Lunch Club .......... 82
Council . .......
Eta Kappa Nu ............ 92-93
Fine Arts Building .......... 66
4-H Club ................... . ....
Freshman Club .....
Future Teachers ............
Hamilton House ............ 368
Harlan County Club
Hillel Foundation ............ 76
Home Economics Club .. 139
Council .................... 47
Intercollegiate Debate .. 153
Interfaith Council ............ 49
lnterfraternity Council 362
Jewell Hall ..... .........
Juniors ...... .....
Kappa Alpha ........
Theta ...... .....
Kappa Delta ..........
Commerce ..,... 133
Chi Delta Phi ......,........... 90
Chi Omega ..,......... 280-281
Choristers ,....................... 61
Civil Engineers ...... 128-129
Cosmopolitan Club .... .... 1 34
Cwens ..................... ...... 9 1
Dairy Club ....... .... 1 35
Dean of Men ...... ...... 4 0
Kappa Psi ......
Kentucky Engineer .
Kentucky Kernel ........ 54-55
Kentucky Law Journal .... 57
Keys .......................... 97-99
Lambda Chi Alpha .. 318-321
Lamp and Cross .............. 96
Lances ............. 100
Lances Carnival ..... .... 1 O1
League of Women
Voters .................... 141
Lydia Brown House ...... 367
McDowell House ............ 367
Mechanical Engineers ,... 130
Men's Glee Club ............ 62
Mortar Board ...... .... 1 02
Newman Club ,..,. .......... 7 4
Extension ........ 162-163
Norwood Society .......... 131
Kappa ,........... 104-105
Panhellenic Council ...... 295
Patterson Hall .............. 366
Society .................. 142
Pershing Rifles .... . 146
Phalanx .........................,.. 77
Phi Alpha Delta .... 106-107
Phi Beta ............. ....... 1 03
Phi Delta Chl .........,...... 108
Phi Delta Phi ...,,... 110-111
Phi Delta Theta .... 322-325
Phi Eta Sigma ................ 112
Phi Kappa Tau ...... 326-329
Phi Mu Alpha ................ 109
Phi Sigma Kappa .... 330-333
Phi Upsilon Omicron .... 113
Pi Kappa Alpha .... 334-337
Pi Tau Sigma ..... ....... 1 14
Pitkin Club ..... ...... 7 8
Press Club .................... 143
Professor of the Year .... 41
Society .......,.... 144-145
Rho Chi .......,....... ...... 1 15
Sadie Hawkins Day .... 98-99
Sayre Hall ...................... 367
Scabbard and Blade ...... 147
Seniors .................... 190-245
Epsilon ............ 338-341
Sigma Chi ............ 342-345
Sigma Gamma Epsilon .. 116
Sigma Nu .............. 346-349
Sigma Phi Epsilon .. 350-353
Sigma Pi Sigma ............ 117
Social Work Club ........ 152
Sports .................... 164-187
Association .... 148-149
Association ........ 44-45
Student Union Board ...... 46
Suky ...................... 150-151
Symphony Orchestra ...... 63
Tau Alpha Pi ..,.,,.,....,.,. 294
Tau Beta Pi .... ..... 1 18-119
Tau Kappa ....,...........,... 361
Tau Kappa Alpha ........ 153
Tau Sigma ....,.....,.,. 154-155
Theta Sigma Phi ............ 120
Triangle ................ 354-357
Troupers ................ 156-157
Upperclass Fellowship .... 79
Veterans Club ........ 158-159
WAA ...............,...... 160-161
Wesley Foundation .... 72-73
Women's Glee Club .. 64-65
YMCA Cabinet ........
Zeta Beta Tau
Zeta Tau Alpha
After the melee' . . . the final picture in, the copy finished, the last subscription taken . . . staff heads
gave in to emotion. Business Manager Wilson smirks with maniacal glee, Editor Patrick assumes his natural
death-warmed-over pallorg and Managing Editor Shinnick-OF ALL THINGS--tries to look sexy. Other
staff members were cozily stacked in vacant filc drawers or out--to get a soda. Funny how working on
thc KYIAN brings the better side of staff members out in the open.
lT'S ALL OVER NOW .
. . . . And though our cozy little office, charmingly
nestled at the base of UK's radio tower, no longer
rings with fiendish laughter or heated argument, we
of the staff can't help rejoicing because our work is
done. We sincerely hope you like your l95O KEN-
TUCKIAN - its pages are marked with more blood,
sweat, and tears than you can possibly know, but
we've enjoyed every minute of it.
Our heartfelt thanks go to the long-suffering print-
ers of the Kentucky Kernel plant who bore with us
through thick and thin, to the Indianapolis Engraving
Company which made all cuts, and to the Kingsport
Press for the covers and binding.
lndividual photographs were taken by the Jean
Sardou Studios of New York, while Ben Williams of
Lexington was our official photographer. The beauty
queen portraits were taken by Barton Battaile, Lex-
ington, and we think he did an excellent job.
We are grateful for the use of the Student Union
Building last fall for the taking of pictures.
Members of the staff gave freely of their time dur-
ing exams and vacations, and a wreath of laurel
must go to Managing Editor Shinnick for getting the
editor out of bed with telephone calls to come to
work . . . a prodigious task accomplished only by
Finally, thanks to YOU for buying our book.
Charles M. Patrick
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