University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY)

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Sllalkc-S111-a11'v l'l'ViVl'Ll . . . 111141 lllillll' Ulliflyillll . mst . . . di1'1-c-tml by Wallace Briggs . . . il Cl11iy.:11ol success. maxaman 1- , . . wr111cl1'1'f11l , x 5 1 .3 .' .yn ' ' 12 ff' Www way Ffrllf, X N, i QW Wxwf ' V ' 2 x:f,.lg V955 1' '.-1 ' fbi' iffigfw 1 2 524,191 452' ' ' . 'ffl MADGE BARNE'l"l' . . . l95l IQICNTUCKIAN QUELCN H avi f 1 ,, , '1 XQW rd' O .Aw I 5, ', K K 1. M I 3 ww E 1 , 65,5 , ' if J Y ml' mpg, .- . Q , C Hf -f , ., I"5 'S Jrwl Ns F. Sl E- :Vw .,.. ....-""' ,yr BOB CAIN .... ALI, AMICIHCAN lSJ5l 'an -Ink? asm Wlnoopin' il up . . . SUGAR BOVVI, QUICICN Iris Millvl and SUGAR BOVVI. PNICSI- DENT Charles Zalturuin celebrate KlQN'l'UCKY's VIC'l'OliY . . . Clncusccuku ludiams . . . llnc inimitable DON amd DONNA WILSON. l w,.Ag,--.1 VlKZ'l'0IiY Cl' SUGAR ISOXYI.. Wi Hn! 4-V Il.l'Il3liAN'l'S . . . 'I'lu' buys lmva- ll lol to smila- illliblll . . . UT won lin- y X 1 X , Wai' Q-v K , it V. x . 'Y :fi J if" 'fs , x, ,nv M' w"'Yl'Xxx IIAIL TO THE CHAMPIONS . . . Clzlsscs dismissvcl . . . thu SUGAR BONVL cluunps 1'c'cm-ivc n rousing VVclc0mc Homo. u 1 In i I s Sa. u,,,,, 4 1 I I ,er gs, v ' wr. W r L ,v QQMQW' " fyf , ,, ft X,,. I i L 2 ,Q 1 1' 3 1 1 5' .f,, ' I E .1 fy' JF J-1 fjaflw. f .., 'YM NVINTEH COLLINS, Phi Sigma Kappa . . . INEZ BLACK, Alpha Della Pi . . . TYPICAL ED AND CO-ED . . . for 1951. J i 2 ...Md 3 5 x n ,Q i 0-v, Q nan-wg. -wu- P' lu "'l'I IIC lDlCl,UClC" . . . miginnl play by Ulfs own .lorry l"inc-In . . . zllmly cliwclccl by XVQ1 Briggs . . . sllcwsslllllly au-lc-d by an superb Cllliglml cast. si V ' :pb L "fl, 1' N ,t K ,- f f' 51,09 I S-Q21 4, Z M5 K 2 X v M I C, I! x Hou ZXXXOO NNN NM Tru Z l X KN A160 I jj O WH W 1 it A Q Xx ., J N R XX J X 'C ff Q A X Q 4,-er 0 fx X N X . ffflo N X W K c 71' HELE D ' W www X V -Q-M X 5100907 ix W E' Usnconvi ED. X X .xv . 84 1 How 1-3?--iff X Q1 ' Q V t . Q, 1 . X ,fi M4-aj-ii! 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The 1951 KENTUCKIAN Queen and her court. X I A x Q I 1 Q . 9 . NF ASA '-X .Wy 1 ex' Q 4 4 1 5 5 . , i k ! Q , S S . gi 1 2 -E Q -.Nu i 'ix f.. -+ tw We Proudly Present- THE 1951 KENTUCKIAN QUEEN MADGE BARNETT Delta Delta Delta fagggqigmf, Hgh. :L ,, I M, JJ - JM! i.vf gX1, V ,375 N ,-Piflf . 7, 'WWA "2 K LJ ', .hae My ' Q, wwf 7, f .211 , , Z f '4?,Tw,QA1., Q , , j 1g,,j,!,:?,.L' uw ' - I ' nf I " x egximem , 1-'ifffrg ' . ffm- if f' ,gy Q 'f.1:g3z, s FIRST ATTENDANT LOIS ROMANOVVITZ Kappa Della MILDRED COX Alpha Gamma Delta MARY MCDOWELL VAN METER Kappa Kappa Gamma UO "Gr1Yl0l0gy" .... The center of activity at UK The easy way td make friends and Hunk classes! ...f -Q -x. I Q' X: Q ww.,-.X Q-Q 1' -, '-. 'M . 1 W Aff' ff? x ,X il. ,K X 1 "" ' X X . . , . .. X i ' . I .fn-A I fp, , 'Mn 'XA wif 'M mifq 'av saw: 'i yfa4:' a 135 v Kvs X U. X V ' 1 W W. sv- bv . 5, f ' X ' .smzzm -21 he x ' . 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' K K .- ie 0 , - .M AJAQQ. , Q, 'X ' H. xxx, ,f X., K, X ' x " ' I X . , , , A, ., xy. L X N ? X .W 5 4 - Student Government .N gr: , ,, -MT: 'uit :- - - """' The Student Government As- 'I W -- V' 1. i' 5 Fix sociation was installed on the University campus in 1939. It replaced a divided system in which men were represented by a Men's Student Government Council and women by a Wo- men's Self-Governing System. The constitution of the Student Government Association was drawn up in the spring of 1939 and went into effect in Septem- ber of the same year when it was ratified by the student body. The constitution drawn up then was revised in 1943 and the revised constitution is now in elfect. The Student Government As- sembly is composed of the pres- ident, vice-president, secretary. t r e a s u r er, and twenty-nine members selected by and from the various colleges at elections held during the first and second semesters. The president and secretary of the Student Union Board and the president and secretary of the House Presi- dents, Council are ex-officio, non-voting members. Three non-voting f a e u l t y members recommended by the Assembly and appointed by the University faculty, also attend Assembly meetings. Faculty members: A. D. Kir- wan, I. S. Horine, D. E. South Officers: jerry jones, presi- dent, jack Ballantine, vice pres- ident, Ann Kirtley, secretary: Irvine Scrivncr, treasurer. Members: J a c k Ballantine, Bill Barklan. Jerry Bass, Frank Bassett, Charles Bastin, Poll Boteler, J o h n Brabant, Bih Darter, Fred Dorr, George Fish- er, jess Gardner, Bob Gregory, Henry Harelson, Preben Haag- enson, Reed Holland, VVilliam Hendrick, Jerry Jones, james Jones, Katherine K i n g , A n n Kirtley, Joe Lee, Frank Maturo, Dianne McKaig, Dave Moberly, Emmie Lou Patrick, Pat Patter- son, Anita Powers, Ben Reeves, Dorothy Robinson, L. G. Smith, Don Smith, Linda Smith, Irvine Scrivner. 5, . ' Civ Kirtley, Scrivncr, Jones, Patrick Dorr, Darter, Maturo, L. Smith Brabant, Robinson, Hnrelson, MeKuig Powers, Fischer, D. Smith, L. Smith Strouhe, Lee, Gregory, Faith King, I-Ian1.:ensen li o lm 0 r l S o n, NIL-Knig, D1 South, L. G. Smith, :md Nw: int-inbcrs of thc parking com mittee. r 0 v i c w am offvndvr s case. The olficorsa Ann Kirtlcy jurry jones, jack Ballantine, L C. Smith, and Irvinv Scrivnur. A regular Monday night SGA mucting: Bustin, Stronhu, Mc- Kuig, King, Robinson, Patrick Bnrkhuu, F i s c h c r , llurclson How 2, Dorr, L. G. Smith, Dur- icr, Luc, L. A. Smith, Powers Ballamtinu, M an t u r o, limhmit Sc-rivnur, ID. Smith. 1 W e M Qt 5 2: 'fo 'ie bib, ,bs S' 'W it '- uf' if Q31 6 Panhellenic Council 5,,..-ff l 54 The Panhellenic Council is compos- ed of two representatives from each social sorority on the campus, Its pur- pose is to foster cooperation and oh- servance of social rules and to encour- age high scholarship and good will among sorority women. Faculty advisers: Assistant Dean ,lane llaselclen, and Dean Sarah B. I lolmcs. Oiticcrsz Elizabeth lleiss, president, Sue Dossett, vice president, Lind a Smith, secretary: Harriet R u s s c l l , treasurer. Nlemhers: Alpha Delta Pi, Ann Woods, Sue Dossettg Alpha Gamma Delta, ,loan Crawford, Betty Wheeler, Alpha Xi Delta, Charlotte Watson, Xlary Ann McQuaiclg Chi Omega, Lin- da Smith, Betty Pace, Delta Delta Delta, Arden Bullock, jean Warren, Delta Zeta, Lorraine Illari a, Lois Payne, Kappa Alpha Theta, Carolyn Critchlow, llarrictt Russell, Kappa Delta, ,Ioan Graham, Catherine Cure, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Elizabeth Heiss, Bettie Nash, Tan Alpha Pi, Frances Goldstein, Annette Na h mg Zeta Tau Alpha, Eve NValsh, Edith Cones. Dossett, Smith, H4-iss Bullock, Russell, Critchlow Goldstein, McQnnid, llaria Woods, Walsh, Warren Pace, Nash. Watson l lnterfraternity The p u r p o s e of Interfraternity Council is to discuss and act upon matters concerning fraternities in gen- eral and to act as a medium between the University administration and the fraternities. Faculty advisor: Dean A. D. Kirwan Officers: Bill McCann, presidentg Bob Lentz, vice president, Frank Ma- turo, secretary, Melvin Duke, treasurer Members: Alpha Gamma Rho, Jim SCl1ilH:C1', VV aller Cooper, Alpha Sigma Phi, Bill Burch, Tom Neil, Alpha Tau Omega, Frank Maturo, john Pcdigog Delta Chi, Bill Peek, Henry Harding Kappa Alpha, Blair Seaman, Frank Bentong Kappa Sigma, Ra Colton, Bob Lentz, Lambda Chi Alyaha, Carl Faith, joe Lee, Phi Delta Tlieta, Bill McCann, Ken Scrogginsg Phi Kappa Tau, Bill Harper, Edward Marye, Pi Kappa Alpha, Bob Gregory, Leonard Wood, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tom Sawyer, Ilarris Howard, Sigma Chi, Gibson Downing, Joe Mainousg Sigma Phi Epsilon, Melvin Duke, Bill Pleeseg Triangle, Bob Deen, Preben Haagen- song Beta Sigma Rho, Fred Fair, Ken Wise, Delta Tau Delta, Jack Ballan- tine, Carl Turner, Sigma Nu, Bob Cayce, Zeta Beta Tau, Bob Fraiman, joe Gordon, Phi Sigma Kappa, Elliot jones, Dick jones, Theta Xi, Chuck Hope, Ed Petschg Tau Kappa Epsilon, Ed Appleton, Dick Wohlstein. McCann, Lcntz, Maturo, Duke Ballantine, Seaman, Cayce, Fraiman Cooper, Lee, Gregory, Wohlstein Burks, Hardin, Scroggins, Sawyer E. Jones, Turner, Deen, Maryc Shaffer, Benton, Mninous, Faith Gordon, Neal, Huagensen, Howard, R. jones Council 1 K-. 2 x5'13ftf5?TN Wa' . , . . ' f ' , , i . 1 'f A 2+ .. B L' ' . 9+ i 1 r- p 5 ,V ,.,.,,, .ir-, . 'g,.,'.M.f A :: 5 . , ,, ' ' , it ff -.9 5 .YP ' I A , 1 , saw Q i 1 'kt U 9 1 1 A Q i h x. , is H in ,. - ' l l ..,. ,,g'N l l U t ., ' - iw' f 'V , 'z 'M Q i ,T , ,,, 1,4 X , X ,sk 1 A wg .' ' Q N32-,1 i if We ' 'Q 1 r ' 'Tx fI.1.alLT:f3 A 1 1, ' lr 1 , . K ' i 3 Q t , 1 f , ,. bl 'A' 43. A , .. ,ql ,X P Q ., ,M ' 4 , f ls I 7 l rs., ' s' , - ' "" . at 'K if ' 3 "N is ' K Eg N Q fs- N Y NA : K V w K 1 X A Q, an fr f M 3 A , ' 1, H, - - A I " ' f A as it f 55 if , 9 it Student Unlon Boar L n D . onus . QW" 1 L, ,rs 3511553 ' ' ri 11' on MV, wljnT wowr 1HE Socmi. Commrrreh 'rnuvk OF NExT?l?l4 The Student Union Board was founded on the campus of the University of Kentucky in 19538, to make leisure time more fruitful through a hroacl program ot recreation and entertainment, to develop leadership, to enrich student life and to encourage liner appreciations through a meaningful cultural program. Director: Mackie llasdallg Social Director, Margaret Bruce Cruise. Members in Faculty: Dean Sarah B. llolmes, Dean A. D. Kirwan. Faculty Advisers: Dr. james S. Calvin, Dr. Earl Kauffman. Ofhcersz llohert MeCowan, presidentg Caroline Freeman, vice president: Bettie Bryant, treasurer. Members: Betty Ball, Bettie Bryant, George Creedle, Fred Dorr, Caroline lfreeman, Frank Xlaturo, Bohert McCowan. X t i t Q.. Dorr, Brynnl, McCowan, Freeman Mature, Ball, Creedle 56 'QPWQ3' if s. 1 'if 513. 455 L 'J C 1 Sf ! ffl' i H P 1 - 1 OLISC I'CS1 CIIKS OUHC1 ' 63 'l'lu- llnnsv lll'L'SiKlt'lllS' Council was organizvcl at lla' Univvrsily ol' Kunlucky in 1944, lo promolv lrvltvr living in wonn-n's rvsiclulicc halls. Advisor: Nlill'jJ,'lll'l'f V. Storey. Ollicm-rs: Rosa-nuary llalcy: pre-simlc-ntg Xlary Simpson: viva- prvsicla-nt: Bc-ttiu Bryant, svcrvlaryg Ann fyliillllltlll, lrcasnrvr. Bla-nilu-rs: Doris Annis, llamillon llonsug Gloria liolmu, Sayre' llall: Lonisc Boric, 635 Maxwvlton Gonrtg Bvtlic- Bryant, Kappa Alpina 'Flu-tag jam- Bnsll. Pattvrson llallg BL-tty Conncr, Zn-ta 'I'an Alpliag joan Grouse, .Icwcll Annex: Evalyn Evans, Boyd llallg Pat Graham, Dc-lta Z4-tag Rosa- Mary llalvy, -Iowa-ll llallg janv llnntvr, Alplia Xi Dvltag l"l'l'ClCliil jackson, Nlcllowvll llonsvg janv Lal"ollvttc, Clii Omugag Ann Oiliannon, Alpha Gamma Dcltag -Ivan Pmnplircy. Alpha Dclta Pig Nancy liicliarcls, Dclta Dclta Doltag Gloria Scott. Lydia Brown llonscg Barliara Slianklin. Kappa Kappa Gamma: Mary Simpson, Kappa Dvllag Lota XValtc-r, 643 Nlaxwc-lion Ct. K Z' N A1 . vm , J m Q rr 5 Xl: 4 Bryant. 0'liammon, Haley, Simpson, Lalfnlloth-, Scott Ilnnh-r, lackson, Richards, Cronsv. Coimor, Graham lfvans, Hush, NValls'r, Shanklin, Boris-, Annis, Pumphrvy if Yay. - ' 7 lit - 1 'Y Engineering Student Council Q01 11.1 The Engineering Student Council was founded at the University of Ken- tucky in 1946, to promote cooperation between the engineering students and the faculty, the various departments of the College of Engineering, and to for- ward to the faculty those opinions of the engineering students which it deems worthy of consideration. Faculty Adviser: Staley F. Adams. Officers: Eugene M. West, presiclentg Charles R. Smith, vice president, Ray Combs, secretary-treasurer. Members: Civil Engineering College Representatives, Eugene M. West, james Alvin Ilowardg Electrical Engineering College Representatives, Charles R. Smith, Asa Nick Thompson, Mechanical Engineering College Representatives, Bernard A. Willett, Ray Combs, Mining and Metallurgy Department Represen- tatives, Billy F. Eads, Bob B. McClain. West, Combs, Smith, Howard Ends, Willett, McClain 58 1- Interiaith Council 'I'hc Intcrl'aith Council was installed al the University of Kentucky in 1929 , to help strengthen the individual religious groups. to coordinate their activitieg, and to promote cooperative interfaith activities. Advisers: The Rev. Dan Thomas, Miss Marilyn llarris. Oliiccrs: Kenneth Darnell, president, Richard Tomcy, vice prcsidcntq Pat Lancaster, secretary: Ruth Ann Maggard, treasurer. Members: B1'oadway Christian Church, Rev. Ralph McLean, Marilyn Miller, Calvary Baptist, Mrs. L. R. Cooke, Ceorge Claiborn, Nancye Bc.un: Canterbury Club, Rev. William Smith, Rev. Laurence Baxter, Roy Turner. Cathy F itch, First Methodist, Rev. William Swift, Ann jones, NVoodford Crutch- fieldg Gamma Delta, Rev. Samuel Goltermann, Richard Tomey, Eugene Lind- hladg Central Christian, Rev. Don Yohe,,Sara Dugan, Kenneth Darnell, llillcl, Rabbi Sidney Ballon, Arthur Glickstein, Eugene DuBowg Lutheran Student As- sociation, Rev. Edwin Detmer, Mirdza Klints, Mary Ellen Petryg Maxwell Street Presbyterian, Rev. Dan Thomas, Pat Lancaster, Robert Weldon, Newman Club, Father James Herlihy, Ed VVaek, james Webb, YVVCA, Margaret Ann Durham, Ruth Ann 'iVIag'p1ard, Polly lioteler, Betty jo Turner, Danforth Fellow- ship, Marilyn Harris. 'S SQ! if zmgg Student Publications 7 M., avg..-Q .uf ,.s.- .,, 'it 2 . Shinnick, Peterson, Anderson Dr. Plummer, standing The Board of Student Publications was established at the University of Kentucky in 1930. The board is composed of five members: tlle faculty adviser of the student publications, the University comptroller, the editors of the Ken- tuclcian and the Kernel, and a representative of the Student Covemment As- sociation. The purpose of the board is to advise on policies regarding operation of the printing plant and the Kcntuckian and the Kernel publications, and to provide for the rules and regulations goveming the selection and election of major members of those staffs. ' Members: janet Anderson, editor of the Kemelg jerry jones, Student Government represcntativcg Frank D. Peterson, Comptroller of the Universityg Niel Plummer, I-lead of the journalism Departmentg Mary Shinnick, editor of the Kentuckian. l A Dream Come True. . Finishing touches . . . . New journalism Building. . ""'?"" LN U ' N 'lm U J i Q Lu,N. .ww sian: I ll -1 ES il Ai,.i... ,,..4 ,.i,,i4. , i ,, A mnm mmv11snsnmJKM'.w " . S.. 1" The Kentuckian 'EZ-7 'Sr' 'Qi' X ,, Q liclitor Shinnick :md Managing Ed Tyroler look happy and coniiclc-nt-n rnrc stntc of mind! 'l'hc stuff of thc I!-151 Kuntnckiun had thu none-too- 4-m'iuhlv position of following tht- lnost outstanding Ken- lnckinn wo lmvc' sc.-vn - tht- 1950 4-clition. NH- trim-cl to pnt ont il hook that wonlcl nwnsnru up to thi- H150 one in sonic way, and wo hopc' W0 have snc- cf-1-elf-cl. lf you likm- it-compliment thc stuff. If yon clon't - complain to tho 1-clilors. Tho 1-clitors of thu l95l Kvnlnc-lcizni vnnnot thunk the stall' l1ll'IHlX'l'S onongh for all their work. This vclitor wonlcl pzlrtic-nlurly likc' to thunk Clun-Iiv Tyrolcl' for all his lmlp uncl solucz- through thx- your, illlfl Fred Dorr and his stnil' for hanging on to thc pvnnivs, uncl clonhling as ecli- torial stnii' inc-mhc-rs. K Sinn-4-rvly, Xlnry li. Slllllllll'li liclilor , Q 4 ,rv-1 'vu 4 ' wa 'Um- Bnsincss Manager Dorr and Assistant Boro snnilccl hrightly-lrcforv the hills cumc inl 62 4 Mary IC. Simiimick .... ...... I iiclitor i"l'i'Kil'l'iL'ii C. Dorr ..Husim'ss iXiillHlj.fi'l' Cilill'il'S M. 'l'yroim' ..Maum5.fing liclitm' lmsiic' A. liotvivl' .................................. Assistant Managing.: Edilm' Mary Alum' Cilzltiif-ici, Ann Downing Num-y Sta-cvvs .... Assoviuh- llditnrs David B4-rv .... Ass't Busim-ss Nlmmgvr Don Armslroni.: ..... ....... S ports liciilm' ,Iuciy Nzlkciimf-n .... ....... z Xrl liditm' S'l'Al"l" Ml'iiX'IliI'iliS fiiNll'il'4'll Amir-rsml Ninn Lislun Siindy llvcli-i'mnn Snsnnm- Lohnmn ICM-inim' Houlon ,lim MCCAAIN- liruu- lilyllw Elnim- Mourn- l"rm-cl limclli-y Dianu- Roddick Emily fiill1lDiK'ii Rohm-rl Sull Cairlvr Claws Ami 'l'l'zu'y iu1H'jI2ll'l'l ilu:-nig qlaulm' VV4-hh Dolly slliiiX'4'lli nvning, Clmliivlmi, lloli'Im', Al'lllSil'0llLZ, Naikdimvn VV4-hiv, Cznilplwll. ilu:-ilig, ML'Cnlw Klm-in, Slc-1-vm-s, Glass, Bmvm- Ilvllry. nl'liL'l'llHHI, .Milli-l'Soli. Flomni, Moon' Z -..,. N M, ix' imma." 'X- 0' un 6 ,,- lu ll 4 W 'ln X1 " Wil Q., "1'f1'f?- ' 'QAO-,Flu 7? ,si N, av 1 I "X I The Kentucky Kernel -Ioun Cook, ltosein,n'y' llilllng. ,laurel Anclerson. nncl Diek Nlueke elieelc the Kernel witlm Holi Sparks ln-tore going: to press. Student newspapers ut the L'nix'ersity ol' Kentucky flute 'l'l1e Kernel serves two innin purposes. lt is u Sllllllilllli., lmuek to ulmout l890, but tlie first Kentucky Kernel wus liourcl tor stuclent opinion untl ulso an pruetieul lzllxorntoix not pulmlisliecl until 1915. For about tlie first two yeurs. tor journulisin stuclents. lt utteinpts to print fully ill the type wus set on ezunpus und tulcen downtown to ln- e.nnpus news ns well us ollier te.itures wliieli will inter printed. After tlmt, il press wus uc-quirecl. and tlie Kernel il.: renclers annong stuclents. lueulty and lllllllllll. In uclcl has sinee been printecl on eznnpus. Tlie present Kernel ing entertuinunent uncl lnnnor. it attempts to present its plgmf is mlm-gl at npproxinmtely 8180.000 and is en- 0000 renclers witli u newspuper eonipalmlmle to any will gugecl in jolm printing us well as pulnlieution of tlie Kernel. rounclecl weekly. ii WVl'lHlN'I5l, Gl'0fl1, MCK1-nnu Sinnuels. Donutnu- Lawson. Gorhnm. Arinstrom: 64 L ,l2llll'l AllllK'l'SOIl ...., ................... I 'fclilm' 5" . ' . Disk M:11'k1' ...... Nl1111:1gi11g licliim' h Alllilll Cook ......... .... I iusinvss M:111:1g1'1' Qu' li11s11111z11'y llilling .... ...... N vws lhlilm' .af lul7Il0liIAl. hlAl'l' I Bill M1111sli1-lcl, AS5iSlillIl M:1111111i111.: l':1lillll'l Ka1lI11-1'y11 xN,IlillIll'l', l'11l C11H4111:111, Assislzml N1-ws I':llillDI'Sg fzlilfil l'f:1rly, S111-i1-ly' licliluri Huh A1I1li111:l1111, l'l111l111L1'1111l11'1'g liill S1-I111l1-11- lu-1-11. Cupy D1-skg P11111 Knapp. h1K'lYilI Mil1'l11-ll. Hill H1111gl11-y, llny Cumllvy. Nvws D1-skg ll1-1'l11'1'l hlllUl'l', c:3ll'l00lliSlQ Dolly Sul- liw-11l, l'1'1111I'1'cz1dcl'. SPOIKTH S'I'Al"l" I.1-wis D1111f1l11-11', l'I1lil111'g l"1'1-cl l,:111's4111, As- 'lislamlg Ii. 'l'. Kirk, Hill 511111111-ls, ljlill A1111- QI1-111111. N'Vl'ilCl'S. HUSINICSS S'I4Al"l" Ar! xV1'illlH'l'Lf, A4lYl'l'liSilU.f TX11lllil1lt'l'Q llvrl NIUKUIIIIEI, Hill D011 Ur11l1-, f:ll'H ll:1:11.51-1151-11. Ad1'1'1'Iisi11g Sl11ll'g Yu Cm1ll1-1', Ci1'1'11l:1li1111 TXI:11141g1'1'. IilCl'Ol1'I'lCHS Alilflhil li111'l1. Polly ll11l1-I1-1', l,11is li1'a11ll1-y. I'l111iIy C:1111pl11-ll, l7111'1111111 CI111'1l1-ll, Y11 Cuni- t1-r, Hub l"i1111, .l111111'x l"1'a111ks, I'1111l c:1ll'lH'l', CI:1i1'1' Allll Cl1'11v1's, l':1l U11-1-11, Maury ICII1-11 UHIIO, 1 i ' ',' U HH I llil TT - , 1 0,111.41 1' my 1, Sl11sl11-r, Mary S I1 i ll ll i 1- k . 'V11111 Ski11111-r, Cl1111'l1-s Sli11111-ll, Dolly S11lliv1111l. M111'lh11 'I':11'pl1'y. K1'11114-II1 V11111'1-, Hill VV1'l1'l1. 'l'11111 NVill1111'11. TN ML. 1 6. 4 F -M. 5, 191 S1'l111l1-11111-1'11, C11111pl1111. Filill, M:11'k1-, A111l1-1's1111, k1illlSfi1'lKl 5-K l'11y111'. VV1-I1'l1. 11111111-1', ll111:111'. Olfull. c:l'I'l'll M11111-111'1-, llilling. I":1i11, VVl1il1111-1'. CUHA1111111 - C11H'111:111, C411111'y, ll1111gl11'y ' K11111111, Guskin, NVl1ih111'1'. llillilul. l'I111'ly ff11yl1'. slilllll'll, Sl11sh1'1', Hillillg, S11lli1'1'11l, 'I':11'pI1'y, C111'1l1-ll. N1-nl x 12 1. Q, V1.l"k I VMI? . -J A g 1:- 4' ,, . X L S'Z'?o5'i x x Q .l n ' Q, -J is The Kentucky Eng1neer W fiffi QI Wliilx-kt-tllc. Mnlchcti. 'l'on1i'y, lliclizlrclson, lVlL'll1'!lI'y, l"nircl1ilcl, Wnlkcr, Cliccli Worthington, VVright, llurknu, Clalrlc, livnns, Alhrighl Wulkcr, circulation ninnagcr, Wright, fc-nt1n'c cclilorg Albright, cclitor Clark, sl-crctnry 66 The Kentucky lflnginccr, lolnulucl in 1939, is thu oiliciul publication oi' thu Collcgc oi' Enginocring nncl the Kentucky Society of Pl'0i.l'SSi0llill Iingincors. lt is puhlishccl hy thu stnclcnts uncl lnculty oi' thc linginccring Collugc. It is al mcmhcr ol' lflnginccring Company Collcgc lNlilg1lZllli'S Associutccl, llllll is puhlishccl qunrlcrly with il circulation oi' ovor thrco thonsuncl. 'I'hc Kcntncky Enginoor pnhlishcs urticlus writ- tcn hy thu stuclcnls :incl ulunnii of tho College: of lCm.5i11cc1'ii1g. Tlicsu urticlcs :irc oi' goncrul uncl cnginccring nuturc. l"au'ulty Advisory lionrcl: I". j. Clit-uk jr., Chair- nmn :incl Gunurnl Aclviscr. llcpurhncnl Aclviscrs: Cl. ll. Gurliurcl, Mining amd Mm-tullurgy Depart- incntg ll. ll. Knight, lvlochunicnl linginccring Dc- purilncntg S. A. Mory, Civil Elli.flIlUt'l'lIli.I Dupurl- nuwntg ll. A. Ilonunuwvitz, lilcctricnl Iinginuoring Dcpurtnlcnt. i 6 OU . ui Kentuck Law oumal "L. in Nunl, Griffin, Grulnluy, Snhlvtl. llivi-rs Cu-vcll1.'. lson. Steph:-ns. lVnlclm-n. Corns-ll frvf ' 'Q fi., 1 J N , Mx, 'PJ' liclinonds, nnnmyging mlilurg Mnynu, non- vditorg lllnir, nssocintu vclitor Mun-inn, 1-rlilorg Wlllll'SlCllf, fnunlty ndviscr 'l'l1c Kvntuclcy l.nw .lonrnnl wus cstulnlislwcl in ll-N3 to mlvvclop skillful rusvuw.-li among tlic students :incl to l'llCOlll'll1.ZU writing in lliu legal livlcl. lt l'ostv1's growtli in llu- law lmy pnlilisli- ing 1ll'i.lCll'S written lmy prmninm-nl nu-n npnn snlmjvcts pertaining to tln- law :incl lllCl'L'llSl'S tlic prustigc ol' llw Law Collvgv llirnngli llic l'll'Clllllll0ll of SL'llUl1ll'ly llllltl'l'lZll znnnng l4'i.fZll 17l'ilt'- lilinnm-rs. +54 xx, V 'ol V "- A ha F it K Book , V 3.1 x , .. . A A H 11 ,fifgig .4-gi my in A 5 nmwfdhhjll 3: , 1, fc' , ' 1 ,. if , J .. 53944. lm: A ' 2 ' M Q. F' 52' ..' L ' ? . if H if IRE . vi.-Q.. Lawson, Mr. Martin, Portmann, Blumenthal The I950-51 K-Book was distributed this year to all new University of Kentucky students for the purpose of aiding them to hecomc acquainted with school life. The K-Book traces its history hack to 1912. At that time it was called "The Freshman Handbook" and con- tained ullli-011112111011 that will he of great value to hoth old and new students." ll was puhlishcd annually until 1917, when it was dis- continued hecause of X'Vorld hvlll' 1. Puhlication of the hook ht-gan again in 1921 and has continued until today. l"i'om l912 to 1921 the hook was puhlishecl hy the YMCA on the campus, and from 19:22 until 1947 hy the YMCA and the YXVCA. In 1947 it was decided that the hook would he of more value il' il were made all-inclusive. It was decided that 68 the hook would he published thereafter with the Studs-ut Covemment Association, House Presidents Council, Stu- clcnt Union Board, Panhellenie Council, and lnterfrater- nity Council joining the YMCA and the YWCA. During 1947 the hook was known as "The Key," hut in 1.949 it was decided to return to the original name of "The K-Book" which it has been called since 1921. Serving as editor of the 1950-51 K-Book was Stanley ll. Portmann. The associate editors were Margaret Larkin and Fred T. Lawson. The faculty adviser was Leslie L Martin, while Kenneth Wood and joan Cook were the husiness managers. The staff was comprised of julie Blumenthal, Barbara Preston, john Kuiper, photographer, and Gene Phillips, cartoonist. uMzz51b Ana' The Am .... Education . . . Pleasure Culture . . . Enjoyment. ,N 5- jf ' 'PF V , ' ,Qgfyfi ii, . ,QL., . ,b,u . V Q J K W x . 1 . V ,ER Q u: as 511.-., 1 .. 1 X is . 1' rn r , .iv i Marching Band d"5. ...............t,.,.,,,,.. . , .. . ,.-,......t, , ,, ., or ., .M W - -if-f'Q151eirw11f'1ffrww, M 2m,"i?Qfgw-wigs t,, , , A , 0. ' - - Q -5 Q , ' , ji,?f5i'fagcg5r1.,, f n ' gas 'saw-' A - 2 ' www. w:f.61f,.i" May? f The hand is under tho direction of XVarren Lutz. Max Smith is the drum major, and the haton twirlers are Don NVilson and his four year old daughter Donna, and ,loo Boh McClain. Harriet Russell, Kappa Alpha Theta, is sponsor of the 1950-51 Marching 100. Members: William Alt, James Anderson, Ronald Anderson, Al- hert Asch, Nathaniel Baggarly, Charles Bassett, John Bishop, Gene Bissell, Charles Broaddus, Kenneth Burns, Kent Camphell, Stuart Carpenter, John Carver, Dick Cherry, Herh Creech, Payton Creech, XVilliaun Cole, William Collins, llolu-rt Davis, Glen Dawkins, Charles Desmond, Cline Duff. 70 - mf".,f.1' I ,N Jim Eversole, Lewis Farnsworth, Stanley Fixer, Russell Flinn, ilolly Forkner, Claude Fouse, William l"ouse, Harold Franklin, Hill George, Ted Gesling, Bob Greshmn, Don I-Iartlord, Willimn Ilay, William I-Ienry, Fred Hines, james Hodge, Doug Holiday, James Humphrey, William Humphrey, Bob Johnston, William Jones, Gus Knlos, Cecil Karrick, Robert Kelley, Jim Kennedy, Paul Knapp, Rohr.-rt Lee, Harry Lessley, Harding Lowrey. Stan Masonherg, George McCann, Malcolm Mr,-Gregor, William McHenry, Frank McVey, llolmert Meiford, Henry Moody, Arthur Nachand, Charles Neergard, William Pcavyhouse, Hugh Peterson, llolxert Pruitt, Doug Rankin, john lleed, Craig llitchie, Carl Ruhle, Ed llue, William Iiunnulls, Lco Sandman, Charles Snlutsky, David Sehmeider, Jim Scott, Vlfillimn Steideu, Ted lllllllllilll, William True, Robert Tuttle, Richard Walker, llohert Ward, Charles Wills, Leon- ard VVills, Dave Woodlu-ad, Hill Worrell, 'l'om Yadou. - g a , 4 I Iliff '7 ... Symphony Qrchestra AL ii. . -' Sty- .. V- . . L ,iw ,A f E.. . rl ...rg ,ef it ii 'V' AWK' 2' Mi-mln-rs: Perry Adams, Albert Aseh, Gypsy Barnett, Lynn Bart- llllf University Symphony Orchestra was founded at ilu' Ullivvrsity of ,Kentucky in 1918. Its purpose is to provide fine orchestral music for thc campusg to give stu- dents at the University opportunity to participate in the performance of great music, to train music majors in this iicld of great musieg and to allow interested persons in the community the opportunity to participate in a sym- Dllfmy Orchestra. The conductor is Dr. Edwin E. Stein. low, Charles Bassett, Kent Campbell, Harry Carter, Herbert Creech, Jerry Day, Zygmunt Darzynkicwicz, Charles Dickerson, Cline Duff, Catherine Fitch, Stanley Fizer, Jack Fletcher, Charles Ford, Claude Fouse, William Fousc, Bill George, Betty Gevedon, Burdis Gideon, Wilyah Graves, Theodora Gruhhs, Fred Ilines, Agnes Hutchinson, Archie Howard, Robert Johnstown, james Kennedy. Cordon Kinney, Morvyth Kinney, llohert Lancaster, Paul Lawrence, Mary Carolyn Lutz, Warren Lutz, 'l'helma Mattox, Jewel Meliee. Georgia Myers, Patricia Norman, WVarren Phellerle, Rhoda liahin, Marvin Ravin, Craig Ritchey, jane lluhin, David Sehmeider, Wil- liam Scott, jacquelin Senters, 'l'hon1as Sewick, J. Smith, Olin Spivey, Bill Steiden, M. Straus, Sylvia 'l10IllDl'Sf, Ruth Trimble, Alan Wetzel, Ruth White, Kenneth Wright. Zaner Zerkle. 71 ,,x'0Q M gb 8686413 GJ Q elif 64Ygn ir QYNKAOX 0 0 Diff 61- LL V, ,Sirk 0 T 2. r'- "W fl Meds Glee Club r I ' of n.uv.mua:r.' 'I'ln- Univm-rsily ol' Kr-nlnc-ky M1-n's Ulm- Clnlm wus wnrcl lllyllu-, Pliilip lloycr, Ancl1'1-wCl1oliy, Dorinnn Cor- lonnmlm-cl in ISHS lor llu- pnrposr- ol' pronnoling good innsiv elm-Il, .Iolin llnuglwrty, Cll1n'lm-s Drnill, ,Iannn-s l"ollwrgill, on llu- cnnipns. l"loycl Galloway, Ulm-nn ll2lilf.fL'llS0ll, Al llncknuy, -Iolni ll lncock, Don llan'tl'orcl, .Iolin Koonlx, 'Vliolnns llnwson, lJirm-c-lor: linrl llollowny. Alford La-lt, llllll Lislon, Cl11n'l1's McClni'u, Lnwns ML'- Clnrv, llny NlL'f:llll'0, l'll'l'Cl Milli-r, Vnrnon Millvr, Si-lli Ollim-1-rs: .lim l"otlu'rgill, pn-sicluillg l'14laliaf'l'iiL-kurt, vice Nnckols, Cvorgc- l'viiclc-1'gi'nss, llnnnnoncl Porlvr, Toni pri-siclm-nlg liill Sillu-r, Sl'L'l'l'lill'y-ll'03lSlll'K'l'. l'1'ntlu-1', llolin Prollitt, linrl lioucl, ML-Kny llc-4-cl, Dnviml llolminson, llonnlcl Sliillc-lt, NVilliann Silln-r, Nlnx Srnilli, licl ' ' will NVooclllmcl lxssc Arc-onipnnisl: livnniv Snnilli. 'l':u-kc-tl, .Innivs Wood .li cl , D1 ' '. , I - e Nic-niln-rs: ,lily Alwnliznn, Clnn'lvs Aclznns, llonnim- An- clf-rson, llznnc-s Arnold, llilllll Ilnlclriclgcr, Penal liissul, Ecl- 72 iglnl, Pnnl xVl'l!.flll. Q, v i i i fill University Choristers l.,,, - 1- '. i WI 7 'F if Qi, if W Qi . - 4 1 , -, 4 V - , . , - V Q J ,gy 'Q-it f M ,, 9 K M ,, ., H N' U wx- 2. , .4 .. v .. Q , 4 ' 0 - - , X X 2 x .1 Q ,1 I 4 I, . 1 .. .TVA .5 I 1 A ' i N ' 4,, , rl l Mildred Sinclair Lewis, Director. Members: XVOIHCH - Betty Ann Andrews, Joyce Balmer. Ann NVinn Barker, .Ioyee Blair, Doris Catlin, Terpsythea Clmlkilsi .lllyee Davis, Phyllis Dean, Patricia Eads, NVilla S110 Florence, Betty Gevedon, Eloise Glenn, llallie llel- venston, Frances Henslee, Shirley llewitt, Ann Hnddle- ston, Ann llayden Insko, Nancy Link, joan McGee, Zoe Parker, Caroline Riel, jo Anne Thomas, Sarah Utterback, Patricia NVallaee, .lane NVeatherford. Men - Charles Adams, Ronald Anderson, Nathaniel Baggarly, john Biggerstafl, Philip Boyer, George Creedle, liieharcl Felner, Donald Grote, Glenn llaagenson, Donald llartford, Donald Ivey, lloraee Kelley, Ben L.ane, X'Vayne Maddox, xVllllilIl1 Ralph, David Robinson, john V. Rogers, Max Smith, lloward Tilson, james NValker, Blelfarland NVood, james XVoodward. 73 I .04 L ay fn gg' v yr, YZ? f fa' I omen's Glee Club Director: Helen II. Hamilton. Accompanist: Barbara Weesner. Members: Doris Jane Amis, Jo Ann Anderson, Mary Ashbrook, Patsy Bach, Joyce Blair, Lelia Bowman, Jane Bush, Peggy Carmaek, Faye Cooper, Bonnie Compton, Lois Craig, Nancy Davis, Jeanne Ferring, Elizabeth Fish- er, Mary Gonterman, Isabel Cromley, Bobbie Harris, Anne llart, Martha Hayden, Priscilla Hepburn, Betty Howard, Ann Ilutchcraft, Elsie Isaacs, Joyce jones, Jo LaFollette, 74 Anne Lawson, Sarah Lindsey, Frances Maxedon, June Montgomery, Margaret Myers, Lorraine Neill, Betty Picklesimer, Helen Redden, Lois Romanowitz, Barbara Routt, Nina Sanders, Jacquelyn Sayers, Gloria Scott, Iacquelyn Senters, Peggy Sherrow, Ann Shields, Faye Simpson, Vivian Smith, Betty Steele, Audrey Strivers, Doris T rosky, Barbara Wayman, Beryl Webster, Barbara Wecsner, Marilyn Wilson. This group presented a concert on March 11, 1951. .T fc Mixed Chorus The University Mixed Chorus was founded at the University in 1950. In March the group presented Elijah, an oratorio by Mendelssohn. The choral organization is open to students, faculty, staff and townspeople who are interested in studying and performing outstanding works in choral literature. Director: Miss Mildred Sinclair Lewis. K Q' Y f l 6? , Radio Studios J-41 Thu liucliu Arts clm-purtlm-nl is om- of L,'0llj.!,'l!I1iillily and fl'il'llllliIll'SS. TllC'l'l' is il closa- rc-lulionship lwlwcvn ilu incully und thx' stuclm-nls which usually is mal found in ollu-r clcpurllm-xxts. Its purposc- is lo lrnin sludm-nls who wish to go into lDl'0ildL'ilSlillg ns an pl'ol'1-ssimn, lo provicla c-on lLfl'iClIlllll'lY, vducntion, journalism, politic-all scivmv, c-mn llll'l'Cl', sm-inl work and ollwr lic-lcls, and to nmkc- alvauilulmh L'UIll'S4'S in Hu' lilwrall Clll'l'ik'llllllll. ....,...............- , .Z lulmm-r Sulm-r, lli'illl nl lln- Lh'pul'hn1'lll flillllilt' ll1'llllL'l'NHll, alssishull nrsm-s in L-vrtuin plmscs ol' hroaulcusling for sluclm-nts in Hall Of Fame ..., Sehelmships and Secrets . . Merit . . . and Distinction. Ye , X , - W f bi' X A ' I 6, it f 5 Q 1 5' li Alpha Lambda Delta gall v f X v Q, AMW! SVN ,'2"" 5 -z-i W4 Q , Q ' f Q , 42? vs Fitch. Milburn. Kelley, Patterson. Stilz, MeConlf Caton, Tholnpson, Tsnbaki, Van Deren, Hohon. llarl Alpha l.42lllllXlil Delta was founded at the University ol Illinois in 1924. The chapter was installed at the Uni- versity of Kentucky in 1940 to "promote intelligent living and a high standard of learning, and to encourage sn- peiior scholastic attaimnent among the freshmen women in our institution of higher learningf' Faculty Adviser: Virginia Baskett. llonorary Member: Mrs. Sarah B. llolmes. Olhcers: Patricia Patterson, president, Betty jo Kelly, vice presidentg Martha Milburn, secretary, Catherine Fitch, treasurer, Charlotte Van Deren, historian. Members: Ann Davis Bohon, Carol Sue Caton, Cath- erine Fitch, Virginia Hanley, Mildred Hart, Betty .Io Kelly, Molly Ann MeConlf, Martha Milburn, Patricia Patterson, Marna Perry, Martha Baby, Ruth Stiltz, .loan 'lwl10lllPSOll, Taneko Tasubalci, Charlotte Van Deren. an Alpha Zeta Q A., V f Wg gf ' 19 A , A 5 ,E,. 1- X' Q, ml. 'K' V ji p lg' gi' v 1 ' A 5 7,1 T tj 2'L A 4 A l A4 affix? . Slroulee, Ilall, Timmons, Cooper. Conyers. Read. Rogers I Faris, Clifford. Fuchs, Davis, Nash. Duncan, Harding Tucker, Allen, Teater, Pieringer, lhn'n4-tt. NV1.-st. Carlton, K:-ilh Alpha Zeta was founded at Columbus, Ohio, in 1897. Seovell Chapter was installed at the University of Ken- tucky in 1912. Its purpose is to encourage and develop the actual and potential leadership in the field of agricul- ture. Faculty Advisers: Dr. Dewey Steel, Prof. L. A. Brad- ford, Dr. Dana G. Card. Members in Faculty: There are 60 former members of Alpha Zeta on the teaching staff and in the agricultural extension service. llonorary Member: Dr. Ilerman Lee Donovan. I I l f l I Officers: Lennie R. llall, chancellor, VV. llaydin Tim- :ri l N K in ' mons, eensor, Ewell P. Conyers, scribe, Edward NV. 'lf Stroube, treasurer, Robert VV. T eater, chronicler. ,Li ll I . 'T' 1 W 5' li' Members: Abl-am G. Allen, Cecll Burnette, Leon Bush, 1 M 'I Wfilliam Carlton, Philip Clifford, Ewell P. Conyers, Wal- f , 3' i lor Cooper, Fred Davis, Lawrence Dclylnmbrum, John I ' 1 f' Duncan, Alvin K. Faris, Richa1'd Fuchs, Lenvill R. Hall, ' lng Eldred Harding, Kelvin Keath, Victor Nash, Arthur Pier- jj " I Q inger, Thomas A. Ray, Charles Read, Charles Rogers, 4 ' 'N A ...V Edward NV. Stroube, Robert VV. Teater, WV. Hayden I W Timmons, Lee Tucker, Charles West. 'il' ,-T-7-T 1 ,-' 79 UD 4 u Q ii k',, ' 'S i 'V', l mills V Alpha Phi Qmega 81 Y sw , 'W Yi! , ,N . ., ,-npfy.. 6 Q as " V,..: i . f' 1 J W 1 , iw 1 .M r .A W s I wry 1 .. LTV, nl sh Sim, ",.l,x P. wp ff, no 9 A , l v v , pm, 'tio' Alpha Phi Omcgu, nuliouul service fraternity, was founded ut Lzilfuyette College, Euston, Penn., in 1868. Alpha Zeta cliuptcr was installed ut the University in 1934. lts purpose is to assemble college mcn in the fellowship of the Scout Outh und Luwg to develop friendship, leadership, and nssociution zuuong Scout tminccl ineng to proniotc service to the student hody und faculty, to the youth of the community, to incmhcrs of the fraternity, und to the nation us participat- ing citizens. Faculty Adviser: Dr. llhcu 'I'uylor. Members in lku-ulty: Dr. Lyslu Croft, Dr. llhcu 'l'uylor, Dr. Best, Burt N. Pealli. llonorury incinhera Dc-an A. IJ. Kirwan. Ollicers: 'l'oin li. Smith, pres- identg Bill Davis, vice president: ll o g e r S n ow. secrctzwyg Bob llcplmrn, trensurcrg .lim Lyon, service L'll2llI'l1Iill1. I -, Qi 9' 'N Q Q. 1 lk, .. 9 Q Holland. Lyon, Smith. Davis, Snow Clolrlllnrli. Caldwell, HL-re. Stikcleutl1cl', Blevins i johnson. XVhippli-, Gil-hls, Hollicluy. lloyd 1,1 ,N David. XYoocllu-aul. Coyle. Nlontgomery. L1-vus Y -- EY" ' Coke. Spilllltllllll, Carpenter. Wilson, Allgoozl l'au'r5', 'llj'I'OlL'l', PM-sslimli K -,ix I P X ,Ap ,'-- I I . ,. N ' Hwfyt , l - ,V gil" it Q , .MW W., . .,,,,...,.....f-WN..- 1-ww, . Allfllll' XVl11ppI1- :md Ima' Myles lwlp pznnl ilu- l"lu11-:mov Crillcnnlon llmm' . . . Dr. 'l'z1ylu1', Ilw- 1 llllj' aulvisvr, :mtl We-sirlmml Tum Smith l'0Ill.Cl'l'ill,L'f on flullm-1'11ily lmsixwss . . . Oman' Slikwlm-zxllmvl' I slmuld lmvm- won lln' "Ugly Mun Conlvslln . . . Virginia Cunningllzlm lrics xml um- ol' APO! now pvnvil sl1:n'pc'm-1's . . . Cxllclwcll, Stikvlvzxllwl' :mtl Nlc'KL'l1zic Dlll finishing lulwlws on Hu-il' paint' job. 5 v N.. A L... N lpha Zeta Umega Alpha Zeta Omega was founded at Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science in 1919. Lambda Chapter was installed at the University of Ken- tucky in 1947. I'lI 111. Zeiden. Its purpose is to encourage the advancement of the profession through intimate association with one another, and practice of the virtues of mutual trust, sympathy, faithfulness, and unselfishness. Honorary Member: Dean E. P. Slone. Officers: Ben Kohy, directorumg Leslie Wald- man, sub-direetorumg jake Chitlik, signareg Cole- man Friedman, exchequc, Alvin Sehloslaerg, hella- Members: Marvin Greenwald, julius 1... Kozlovc, Max P. Kreitman, Alvin S. Schlossberg, Melvin vi, Koslovt Grccnwxld 51 f' Zeiden f " 'X1 5,4 Kreitman, Schlosslaicrg E I u Ax I .X J, ! X ' 1 1, p N N Chi Delta Phi Chi Delta Phi, W0lIl0I1,S lituralry h0no1'an'y. wus 1-0lllK1l'l1 ul the Univcrsity of 'l'vnm'ssvv in 1919. Xi ' c111ZlPt1'I' was installed at thc Univvrsity ol' Kvn- lucky in 1924. ,, The purpose ol' Chi Dm-lla Phi is to discovc-i', un- ' . D K - Q l'0111'1lgK', and motivate 11tl'1'ilI'y tnlvnt :md indiviclunl ' writing ammng womvn stuch-nts. .,1. " A ,. I X l"uc-ulty Adviser: Dogm jam- lluscldcn. M4-mhcr in Faculty: Miss Ann Cnllilum. llrm0l'z1ry Mcmhcr: Crauit C. lxmghl. Olficvrsz Sally llunchc-r, prcsidcntg Put Byrd. ' f Q X- -' . , . ,- . . - - 'K x ilu picsidcnlg Elumc i5L'111lCil'l'. soc-l'vtul'yg joan ' X 'A V. , - r. . - 1 'B ix.1x.m.uigh, tl'l!llSlll'0I'Q h1ill'l1'l'I 1Xl1U'llS, cciitm' ol .1 7 , 5 5 132110 g 1xa1thc-rinc VVchc1', historian. h10lll1ll'l'S2 Ruth Adzxms, Mariam C1'onin1x-rgcr, 1 x . liosc-mary Haley, Marilyn Jody, Ann Macklin, Lois ,Q SK G. Nlussiv, Anncttc Siler, Martha 'l':u'p1cy, .lame NVchh. ,M V ' - ,Q ,X .. 'f 5"""" fi L. iiii .. ..--me .,., 7-1 D 9. i ' A ' 1 i f fp .- , 1 1 I I . 'vyylf V ,,,: H1 ' xgiQz!3 4. ' Y Hancher Slmifvr. Kuvmmugh, NVQ-In-r W4-hh. Kilgns, Tnrplcy Macklin, Jody, Siler Adams, Haley, Mnssic P ' ffz WE CWC11 'if S yll I A:,: L- 'D 69 fi 3. f A , 2 X11 X HI ' r 'I' Q ' f The National Society ol' Cwcns was tiounclecl at the University ol: Pittsburgh in 1922. Theta Chapter was installed on thc campus of the University ot' Kentucky in ,I 9:31 . Its purpose is to estahlish chapters ot Cwens in colleges and universities for the s.1ke ol: fostering leadership, f nen of the sopho- scholarship, and fellowship among, woi f t' i .ltion in stuclent activities, more class, to encourai.,e par ic p to develop c terests ot' the University in every way possihle. haracter, and to serve and promote the in- Memhers in Faculty: Miss jane llaselclen, Mrs. Sarah li. llohnes. Ollicers: Charlotte Van Deren, president, Marilyn Steele, viee president, Ruth Stilz, secretary, Patricia Pat- terson, treasurer. Menihersz Kristina llergenstrahle, Betty Buckley, Carol Carter, Phyllis Ewen, Marlene Farmer, Catherine Fitch, Anne Ilall, ,leanne Huhharcl, Elsie Isaacs, Molly Ann Mc- Coulii. Marilyn McDonald, VVancla Meier, Martha Mil- oore, Zoe Parker, Patricia Patterson, Marna l"aenlty Aclvisers: Mrs. .Mlrian Doran, Miss Helen M. hurn, Pat M lteecl. Perry, lilizaheth Ross, Lucille Spencer, Marilyn Steele, Ruth Stilz, ,Ioan Thoinpson, Frances Vance, Charlotte Student Aclviscr: Dorothy llarrocl. Van Deren. M I ' g 4: h 2, 4 'i fl X 1, -ws 4 v X dv! N .167 ei " 'I 0, hs- , ' ff . lx Q X Q wx ti ,..A .,,,A q -J ,,.. , 1. 'f . j .b ',':.,. 3 ' , V' . A lf Y, k , H1 Q. wth i . Moore Steele, Stilz, Van Dc ren, Patterson, Thonlpson, lioss Mm-Donnlcl. Buckley, lluhharcl, Carter. llt'l'f.'jt'IlStl'illllC', McCouIf, Ewen Iitch Vinci Milburn, Isaacs, Hull, I"nrmer Meier, "' ' , 4 -'. Slit ll nl- V I1l1lQ:::::lllIll l ll lllk, 'ill- i ., . . 39 Delta Slgma P1 iq. .Ili N f Dclta Sigma Pi was founded at New York University in 1907. Eta Cliaptcr was installed on tlic University of Kcntucky campus in 1920. Its purpose is to fostcr tlic Slufly of lmusincss on nnivcrsity campuscs. Faculty Adviscr: ll. D. Mclntyrc. lXl0llllX'l'S in Faculty: Dean Cccil C. Carpcntcr, R. D. Mclntyro, Ulllccrsz Carl NV. 'l'urncr, licadmastcrg ,laincs S. Inman, SWUUI' Warden, jcssc C. Bollinger, scrilmcg ,lackic M. Boyd, m'flff'1'C1'S Rivliarcl L. Pigman, clianccllorg Robert S. Gflfflfli, junior warden. Mcmlmcrsz Rolmcrt Allcn, jossc Bollingcr, Jackie Boyd, Nlorris Burton, Cliarlcs Coylo, Scotty Gril'i'itl1, jamcs llagon, Charlcs P. Herzog, jamcs Inman, jamcs O. Lain- lxcrt, Robert Mc-Cowan, John McCcc, Frcd ll. Millcr. Artlun' Loc Myles, jamcs Nccl, Richard Pigman, Malcolm Saunior, Bill Scillcr, Kcnnclh Skinncr, Andrcw P. Slccly, Carl rlllll'llCl'. llcrlnan Wfobcr, Robert VVcld0n. F Boyd, Bollingcr, Allcn, Pigmnn, Turncr Mylcs, Hagcn, Wcldon, Stccly 85 ,J 1 9 V W , n S 0 X lm 2 15 la 4-K' .J ! 86 Eta Kappa u Eta Kappa Nu, national electrical ungincoring fraternity, was fonnclvcl al thc- University of Illinois in 1904. Bm-ta Upsilon Chapter was instnllc-cl at thi- Univorsity of Kc-ntnclcy on April 24, 1948. The pnrposc of Eta Kappa Nu is to promote and encourage a lliglmr svlmolastic standing anal clcfsirv for f.lI'0iltl'l' knowlc-clgc in the stncly of electrical vngincering. Y .,ia 5 n , J w as 5 li fi? fa in Q c 0 -l yr J V . l fa.. , 1 V.:' Q 7 . 1' F. gi'? ll 4' 'fx QQ.. 5' llrookvr, llaglancl, lin-irlimx, Aclnms, Ward, Crutchfield, Spmstnn Morgan, Linvillv, Lan1lu-rt, Vanllvlwr, Distlvr. Nuns:-, Mackin Mayhi-w, Schulh-, Cntlvr, Carli, llrowclz-r, Shockoy, Cowan Grilton. Fischcr, Crnhhs, McMurray, Ivnkins, Michvlson an I"z1cuIly Advisc-rs: IIzmsIAorcI XV. I"au'- ris, Dr. II. A. Ilmmmowilz. NIi'lllIDl'l'S in I"ucllIl3': IC. .-X. BlII'l'1lll, I3rinIiI4-y I3z1rm'lI, IC. 'I'. NUIIIQ-. 'I'I1mmIs Blum-y, IC. C. I.c'Iu1'm-, A. .'X. Nivvvn- In-rg, IIllI7l'l'I IC. NI1-vI4. OIIIL-1-1's: I.. K. Amlglms, pu-sicla-1113 Hwy I'. IIilIllIll'l'I, vice- pn-sicIn'11t: 'I'. M. II'ugIuncI, wcolxlillg St'L'I't'IilI'yL IC. G. III'UUIil'l', c'm'1'vspo11cIing Sl'L'l'4'I1ll'j'1 IC. I. IIN-icIi11g, Imriclqu sm'c'l'0Izl1'yg C. II. NV:u'lI, in-x1s111'c'l'. NIl'llIIM'l'SI I.. K. AcI.uns, IC. j. Iirvicl- ing, IC. U. IIl'0Okt'l', I.. P. Iirovvclvr, Gino Curli, B. li. Colm-mam, bl. Ii. Cow- aul, XV. NV. C:l'llIl'IlIIl'IlI, II. II. CHIIQ-r. NI. I". IJIL'Ii0l'SUll, II. bl. Disllvr, C. Ii. I"isc-In-r, I.. D. I"iscIu-l', IJ. NI. Gritlcn, , . . NX. -I. fwl'llIDI7S, L. NV. .IK'llIilllS, II. I'. I..unIar-rl, IiuIpIl Inlllllll, WV. XI. I..m- viIIu, -I. C. AI1lL'IiIIl, I'. VV. Ma1yIww, C. II. ML-Xlllrmy, C:u'Iy4- MicIu-Iscm. fl. II. Nlurgun, Alauncs Nvalsv, 'I'. NI. II1lIlI:1ncI, D. A. Slmckcy, IIicIuu'cI SIIUIU-, II. XV. Simpson, C. II. Sims, II- C. Sproslon, Ii. NI. Vzm IIl'IX'I', C. II. NV:u'cI. lirmmkvr, Ilrcicling, Launlwrt. WV:u'cl, Axlauns, Ihxglnnal II I". XVhil:-. Iinglamcl, Ward, Cuwnn. Simpson, I.:unIn Adams Iirvicliml, Brook:-r, IIl'UWlIl'l'. Ilixllcr W Iniliuh-H: KI. I"INL'Il1'l', Grillcm, IXII-Murray, Culumnn Dickson NNN., DI lfisc-hpr, Spruslmn. Hx-ImIIm', l'.c-Inv ff.-1 ' a is Nr! as i Kappa Psi "QI, 3 X ' Nc? . fi I 5 Z 4 Kappa Psi, national DliL1l'll11lL'l'lltiClll frutvrnity, wus founded nt the Ul1lV0l'Sli'V of Virginia in 1879. Upsilon Chu vt " as -.' al lucky on April 15, 1909. 1 Ll W IS ut l Jlishcd ut thc Univcrsity of Kun'- The object of this hc d m y is to conduct u fI'k1fCl'l1ill organization for the inutuall hcncht of the 111OllllDCl'SQ also to inculcaltz- industry, sohrivty, mutual fc-llowship und cstccln, nobility, L'Olll'kl1.f4' of mind and hcurt, and to fostvr phzmnncci:tical 1'cscm'cl1 and high scholarship. 1 ia l 'H' is A , i HQ 9 55 K T5 ff 'gif V Q ing ,, 43 , . if ' N ,ir ' '- X ". :Ns 9' ' WA. 1 ' it ' Q . J , Y + vs' 5' 'f i vi , 7 V- ' it jg Ya gi' ' '-iw. f i , , , 'Q :ii ,... ,' f Q ' '-mae: I 'iifisi fi ' A 'f ' . . m. L V, L, 3, 1 , f 4 3 wx? A A fr, 5, .min 7521, 3 V Q E' , 3 V -A V . I U '- . , 2 sk! 'I H 9,45 51 - K ' , ,M i , - 2 :ff ,, 2-fix 7 Q , ' - , 'SUZJN ,s. ,z-J ef' - 'U' " . ,:3'g52.?'W Q1 , fri: . W 52. , . - i:?f1':2gg21-"- 3 7? ':f ig,.' . 'lu ' -f' " ' i if" ' - Wifgr' .. ' N ' . '- 'gif 'f .4 fi . 1- " 9 ' is f 1 . 'i U tl 1 M 7 9 - 5.12 , 'V .. J, , O Sf ? . ' , Sims, Ross, Mnnroc, W. Duncnn, Ck-lnunt, Benton xlguu, Wallis, Boswull, Iuylur, Hurst, Shelton Stun:-, Hinlv, McCnnn1-ll, j. Duncan, Morris, Wnro I' - K - ' - " ' ' mpc, uppi r, Kxmln-all, Pmgi-rl:-, Izllmtt, MnnsHr-ld, Muyhugh 4 l"a1L'ulty Aclvisvr: Clmrlc-s 'l'. I ,osslml it. Monllx-i's in Fuclilty: ,luclgu ,ls-ssv Y. llulilmrcl, Clmrlvs 'l'. Lt-sslml'l't, Dr. Ilurolcl C. Morris. Oilicm-rs: .launvs T. Sims, rugcntg lliclmrcl Ross, vicv rc-gc-ntg Boll livn- lon, sc-L-11-tu1'yg NfVillium Monroe, trvus- lll'l'l'g NVilfr1-cl iJllllL'1lll, l1iSlUl'l2llIQ joe' Bill Cla-mont, Clllllllillll. Mcnilxwsz Holm Bonlon, llcnry llos- wvll, ,lov Bill Clement, -lov lJllllL'llIl, X'Vill7rccl Dimcan, Gcorgc Elliott. Rail- plic Fll1g0l'll',1iL'X llnilc, Clifton Ilurst, Loonzml Kilgore, Holmvrt Kimlirvll, Irvin Kuppvr, Clmrlcs Munsfiolcl. XVil- lium Nlzimlmll, Tliomzls Mayliugll, lillm Mimmln, john Morris, XVillium Moore, Xlfilliaun Mcffonncll, Summit- Popc-, XVilliznn Slim-lton. PtlL'l1'.ll'fl Ross, lzuncs Sims, Don Smith, li. Il. Stone-. Ilucllvy ll. Taylor, Donalltl XVa1r0, Tliomais XVillis. Plvclgvs: llnlpli Boycl, Bolu Corum, Donald Dick, Eugcm- Dulm, 'l'orry Grunt, Fr:-cl llcvlm, Donulcl llill, Ecl- wurcl llolt, ,Iunws llollnncl, liussc-ll johnson, Tliomzis Kvmp, Ray McKin- nvy, lilmvr ML-Dunivl, .luxnos Mclivn- ycic-, llivicl Paul Mc-vrs. llolwrt Hziinus, Slvvly Roclg.2o1's, Arnold Sclinvinlcr, llvrolrl SL'l1lll1I.ll1ZlllSL'I1, Lconnrcl Staun- pcr, Gvorgc Taylor, NNillu1'cl XVilson, V4-rnon XVinklv. NVl1y clon't you turn on thc tvla-vision set-boys? 'I'l1v md ol' ax wc-ury clay-Kappa Psi boys rcalcly to clupurl' for liomu. Ping-pong is wulcomu KPJ l'i'lilXilll0l1 after u clay ol' pill rollingi V 2 ' Q X Lamp and Cross , , , Y K- 4 ,,.--2 ff K - I 4 Q 5 if 7 fg 4 Lump and Cross was founded in 1903 at the Univcrsity of Kentucky to ri-cognizo qualities of leadership among outstanding members of tho senioi class. Faculty Adviser: 'l'. R. llryzmt. Olliccrsz Gibson Downing, president: Fred Copa-land, vivo prvsiclvntg WVil- liaun Mn-Cunn, socreturyg Holi Lentz, treasurer. Nlomliers: Charles Adauns, R. Bouuclmlnp, Vvillltfl' Cooper, Frcd Copeland. Gibson Downing, Donald K. Floyd, llobcrt Gregory, Boll Lcntz, Frank Nluturo. William Mc-Conn, Marshall McCann, Bob McCowun, Fred Nichols. Nichols, Cooper, W. McCann, IA-ntz, McCowun, Adams M, ML-Cnnn, Floyd, Muturo, Grz-gory, Bcuuchump 90 Keys , Z 4 1 Keys was founded at the University of Kentucky in 1906 to honor the outstanding sophomore in each social fraternity and to promote the spirit ol brotherhood among the fraternities. Perhaps thc leading activity sponsored by this sophomore men's leadership honorary is the annual Sadie llawkins VVcek. A round of Dogpatch activities are directed hy the group, including the Sadie llawkins Day Race, a Turnip Choinpin' Contest, and ending with the Sadie Hawkins Dance, at which UK's Daisy Mae and L'il Ahner are chosen. This year Pat Jones, Chi Omega, and Bill Rice, Kappa Sigma, were chosen as the upurtiest Dogpatchersf, A hirdls eye view of Key's week of fun festivities will he found on the following pages. -ea-H' H -,gs , , . , , A., 5 4 45: 1 an ,- A 4. X. Q cl. Kb: I A 4 4. fx H LSE' Dfw K p t , Snyder, Seiller, Gardner, Carpenter, Nightingale. Bradlmry Dickson, Goldfurb, Fraley, Lee, Dulin, Catlett Melleynolds, Linville, Wombwell, Richardson Keys I"zic'lllly Acivisvr: Ilvmn C. C. Chu'- IX'llil'l'. Oiiiu-rs: juss I.. Czwcim-r, pri-sich-1115 Stuart Ci1lI'l71'llii'I', vim- p 1' v s i ci 1' ii tg Duvici Nigiiliilgzliv, sm'c1'c'la1ryg Biii Sc-iii:-r, il'l'llSlll'l'l'. xil'llliJl'l'SZ Cii:u'ir's liusliu, JRIIIIUS i51'ucllmi'y, Cimric-s Ciunpin-il, Slunrl C1il'pr'l1lr-i', Louis Czliivll, Siiuiivy Ilia-icsun, NVau'rvn K. Duiin, Marvin i"i'anl4-y, .Im-ss L. Czu'dm-r, Ivan Cold- i-2ll'iD, mlm' L1-v, Aflillll' Linviiim-, Duvici Nii.filiillLIilii', 'Yum Mcllr-ynoicis, Don iiiL'il2ll'CiS0ll, Biii Sviiivr, xfviiiiillll B. Snycivr, lioix-rl Ste-iiix-rg, Cc-orgc xV0lllilNVl'ii. 'I'iu- Saiclia- iiziwkins Daly lim-u . . . ifii Aim lllllllillg for liwir iivvs . . . Daisy Xiaws in lil ionni cosiunu- . . . Tin- 'l'urnip Cimmpm foul:-sl . . .'i'iu-cinm-1-. . . 'l'iur' Prim' coslmms .Q fl' vga ,., u Q D ., ,.4 Q ,. . . W " A I 4- 5 , N1 Qt.. 4" :gb ' . "1 A ,515 '71 ' ,, H ur M, ,Pm was 3 'F Fa' 44 FH I 1, A F 94 ances , " all fx Lances, junior men's leadership society, was 1 . founded at the Univcrsit f of Kentucky in 1903, to . 5 1 ' 05 J I, foster goocl will and recognize qualities ol scholar- K, Q. ship and leadership in the junior class. ' F aenlty Adviser: Dr. VV. S. Ward. h Members in Faculty: Dean A. D. Kirwan, Bart Peak, Dean Elvis J. Stahr. Olheersz Robert Gregory, president, Carl Turner, 4- Q , 6- an vice president, John Pecligo, seeretaryg Irvine Seriv- , 15' ner, treasurer. 3 Y , M em b e r s : jack Ballantine, john Brabant, Thomas Clore, Iiieharcl Dieken, C a 1' I Fa i t h , George Fischer, Hay Giehls, Robert Gregory, Pre- bcn llaagenson, James Inman, joseph Lee, Robert Linehan, VVillia1n McCann, Lawas Mr.-Clare, Don- ! A ald Moffett, John Pecligo, Irvine Serivner, Bosworth , I 4 Todd, Carl Tumer. tr ' if K v f fav if . 5, ,Any- J., .5 ,Q I , sl il ,. LI .QA ' V l l 4?- Q . I 'L 4 QP ' ' V I I I L I' i'ri Ai Pc-Lligo, Gregory, Turner A4 McCann, Clore, Scrivncr Ballantine, Fischer, Faith llrabant, Dieken, Inman llaagensen. Ciehls, McClure Todd, Linehan, Lee it lml Il N v. 1- w fi: H x ' W. 1 ' 1 1 1 muh C..umvz1l . . . the KIAIIICIIIH gurls . . . slclvslumvs . . . B:u'kvrs and loo-Ioucl PA sys 'VUIVB' fm' k'llSl0Illl'l'S . . . 'l'lu- IAIIIUCS Danica' . . . :md ilu- winm-rl D 1 Ax, , L , Mortar Board 1X101't2ll' liourcl, sunim' wmiivifs 10a1L1vl's11ip socivty, was lbiimlc-Q1 all Swurlli- niorc C0111-gc in 1918 :mil instu11uc1 at the University 01' Ki-ntucky in 1920. 11s purposc' is to provide 101' L'O0pl'l'klt10ll 1w1.xvvvn socictics, lo 1710111010 L-0114-go loyalty, to a1c1vzmcc the spirit of sn-rvicc and Fr-11ows1iip among imivi-i'sity women, to mzlintaiin il 11ig11 StlllK11ll'C1 01' sc1m1111's11ip, to 1'c'L'ogniZ0 a1nt1 l'I1C0lll'ilQl' 1w1c1vi's11ip, and to stimulutv amd dow-10p ax iim-1' type: of co11cg1' woman. 1"a1c'u1ty Aclvisvrs: Miss 114-14-n King, Mrs. Lydia 11o1mcrls Fisc11cr, Miss In-am Marie McCcmnc11. 01111-vrs: Elizulx-111 114-yno1c1s, p1'csic1L-nt: .luamitu Violcllu Fergus, vice prvsidcntg Virginia Cunninglmm, soon-tz1i'yg M:1i'ga11'm-l XVi1son, t1'cusuru1'g janet Anderson, Ros:-nim'y llilling, vditors :ind liistoriams. x L. l i Q -- .4 Al1K1l'l'S01l. 111-yno1L1s. WVi1smi, czllllllilljlhillll, 1'10l'L1llS Silcr, Gi-umiaulmi. Larkin. Ililling, Ilunclwr Smith, Hailey, Mitchr-11. Niall:-y, Dnssi-ll i. ia Q, 4 X -'IK . Phi Beta Phi Beta Fraternity was founded in 1912 at Northwestern University. Kappa Chapter was installed at the University of Kentucky on May 12, 1925. The purpose of Phi Beta is to promote the best in music, speech, and dance, to develop the highest type of womanhoodg to advance its members intellectually and socially, to live a life of service, giving material and profes- sional aid hoth to members and non-members who need it and are worthy, to foster college spirit and loyalty to the campus. Faculty Adviser: Lolo Robinson. Ofhccrs: Priscilla Hancher, presidentg Ruth Adams, vice president, Annette Sile1', corresponding secretary, Marilyn Kilgus, recording secretaryg Sally llan- eher, treasurer, Thelma Mattox, editor-historian, Margaret Larkin, doorkeeper. K 1 wt f , l 'P' .:,.. K F ,K 6 5. A , is. gg, Eats ,t , in El X 1 X P. I-Ianeher, S. Hancher, Kilgus, Siler, Adams, Mattox Larkin, Dodge, Hughes, Ends, VVhite, Huddleston Fitch, Davis, Thomas, Henslee, Tempest, Dean I-Inrris, Riel, Akers, Hutehcruft, McKaig 1.2 ' ,, f Ummron Delta Kappa fgg ux B Omicron Delta Kappa was founded at Washington and Lee University in 1914, and Nu Circle was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1925. lts purpose is to recognize men who have attained a high standard of leadership in collegiate activities, to bring together the most rep1'esentativc 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 helpfulness. Faculty Adviser: Dr. D. C. Steele. Members in Faculty: llcrmau L. Donovan, Frank L. ML-Vey. Leo M. Chamberlain, Thomas P. Cooper, Albert D. Kirwan, Martin L. XVhite, Elvis ,I. Stahr, Frank Peterson, L. J. llorlacher, R. D. Melntyre, Roy Moreland, C. D. Buckner, William S. NVeblJ, XV. P. Garrigus, ll. ll. Downing, kvllllillll S. VVard, Hohert E. Shaver, Dewey G. Steele, Thomas Clark, VVilliam Mathews, Edwin Stein, Charles Snow, Bernie Shively, Virgil Christian, Merle Baker, Adolph Bigge, Dave Blythe, Staley Adams, Adolph Rupp, Paul Bryant. 98 Nichols, Cooper, Gregory, Line, McCowan, Crcedlc Lee, Deen, Neal, Ilaagenscu, Maturo Ollicers: ,F red Nichols, presidentg VVallcr Cooper, vice presidentg Robert Gregory, secretary, Dr. R. D. McIntyre, treasurer. lN1enibcrs: Albert Balows, Waller Cooper, George Greedle, Robert Deen, Gibson Downing, Robert Gregory, Prehen llaagensen, Norman Klein, ,Ioe Lee, james Line, Frank Maturo, Robert McGowan, Sidney Neal, Fred Nichols. Nu Circle's project for the year was the installation of lights on the intra- mural Held behind Alumni Gym. These lights, which were presented to the University as a gift from Omieron Delta Kappa, provide for a full program of activities around the clock. The cost was financed by the 0.D.K. tag sales. In appreciation of this gift, the University has named the Held "O.D.K. Intraniural Field." Fred Nichols, president of Omicron Delta Kappa, presents a check to President Donovan for the lighting of the Intramural Field. To the left are VValler Cooper and Dr. Steele, and on the right is li. D. McIntyre. rng ru-o was N 5 fic l P111 A1 ha Delta lf? :M a J P 9 Us ,7 Phi Alpha Della legal fraternity was founded at the University oi' Chicago in 1897. llen1'y Clay Chapter was established at the University of Kentucky in 1914. l Its purpose is to promote a strong bond among different classes at the various law schools: to form a strong link between the law schools and their former students, to promote social and intellectual intercourse among its mem- bers, and to foster those principles that tend to form a higher type of manhood. Faculty Adviser: Prof. Wilbert Ham. Members in Faculty: VV. L. Matthews, Roy Moreland, NVilbert Ham. Honorary Member: Dr. Herman Lee Donovan. Officers: Charles Speed Gray, justice, Harold Mason St1'eets, vice justice, joseph Leslie Sehoepf, secretary, David Butler Whites, jr., treasurer, Donald Kent Floyd, marshall. wwf! all V., f. , i ji' fv, ' ' I I V ,A .I M '4!H' W -4 kj gt' 1 l Citi in ini il M to 5 'V , t l A my ' 9' . .ala - Egiigg ,WQQQNA '1 4ikgtw1t1,, wal f.1f1t wa , ' , ,Vat 1 L all 6. wi 9 Amr. 1 gi 1' Wood, Sehoepf, Floyd, Cray, Streets, Lentz Duerson, Forman, Combs, Tucker, Edmonds, Welch Purkcl, Shearer, Getty, Hill, Hines, Marcum O'Laughlin, Gullette, Ross, Sublett, Duncan, Redwine i ,,.f'- , . . Q' 537' fn' 5 P111 Delta C111 ,7 O J J Q Phi Delta Chi fraternity was founded in the Department of Pharinaey, University of Michigan in 1883. Alpha Beta Chapter was installed in 1923. Its purpose is to advance the sciences of Pharmacy and Chemistry and their allied interests, and to foster and promote a fraternal spirit among its memhers. Faculty Adviser: james NV. Miles. Members in Faculty: Earl P. Slone, Dr. Ewen Gillis, ,laines NV. Niles, Charles A. WValton. Honorary Member: Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Dilly, registrar emeritus. Olliccrs: yvlllilllll K. Benjamin, presidentg james E. Fethe, vice presidentg John Peak, sccretaryg Sylvan ll. England, treasurer, john O. Freeland, ehaplaing Francis M. Burd, master at arms, james Ely, inner guard, Donald ML-Evoy, corresponding secretary. 5533? i 1 ' i n 5 i 'D I 'A 'ia' ' ff- . M ni 1 'X .. , , I - ,ps ini - . 1. s A 5: f' . ' i -' '-if l it ,AO 'ilif l Q 'fl' .I ' , ' . 0 A A4 A .zz I . i l. P i x K V K" "' 'M W A' l J 2 . i 1... if K - , ' R", . ""' ' - , . ' . Q, ' :fir ,. , i .add A Q 9 , M . l A .fri , , Q 1 V - Q , . 4 K X E? ,fi x m e- . . ', 3 W' fi fi v 'fm 133' ' - ' m w 7 is X ' , , L 1' 'g ' H F' 5, -n L- , . ' h sa. N . . U ',,t.5i. . Vi 9, Tr... I I 1 v , , t 4 i l , l , ' Q . Freeland, McEvoy, Benjamin, Burd, Ely, Peak England, Bivin, Brown, Butler, linker, Juzwick Gncldis, Emerine, Cnlieo, Jefferson, Montgomery, Brady Miller, Sullivan, Hart, Rc-ed, Kam-lin, Fethz- 101 11 i 6 M ',:A ' ur' A VY. 6 W .2 W4 5 I 62 1 Y 4 ,Vai t Q .4 up W., G' . ' Q., ,, in 2 1 5 .A f 'nw 102 Phi Delta Phi 17" A 4 -. A V 'Z .E ,, -,QU Q " .Wi , . f f iw M ,v 9 G: V, gr ,X .iz , K 1 3 . 1' Q :J 32 Hynix' ZQJYQ ' S U.: W -ff. - cr 5 x, v , '."4 7 2: , q , .- rw ME A ,r A X .g - ' 3 'I ,, 1 h M . Z Vk y jr 5' i f 1 6' 'I Q U ,. - . 1 X? ,4 , .. ir Q I, i, 2, W X S G ' V1 1 X 1 fm. ' A M JJ is ,H v ' :a'.'fsn XA Q' imp 0'1- - E It ,U Patrick, Diskin, Burton, Orlnndi, Maupin, Bunton, Spain M. NICCIIIIXI, W. McCann, Holton, Sta-ph:-ns, S. Smith, W. juni-s, Byrd Ison, Mnxlcy, Watt, Riclmrclson, J. jones, Pl'il1'Ci', Cromlcy 'l'ulkoll', Blair, Francis, Hn-rdmnn, Marks, Turin-r, Croc-dlv Ruhr-rtson, 'l'hmnpson, Hardin, Rubcrg, Maryv, L. Smith, Millcr Griffin, D1-op, Rivi-rs, NL-al, Lim-lmmn ww J Wig S? we Y I S. 5 .-,mm Phi Delta Phi, international legal fraternity, was founded at the Uni- versity of Michigan in 1869. Brcckin- ridge Inn Chapter was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1925. The purpose of Phi Delta Phi is the promotion oi' higher scholarship, a higher standard of professional ethics and culture in the law school and de- velopment of a hcttcr understanding among the mcmhcrs through good fel- lowship. Faculty Adviser: Paul Oherst. Members in Faculty: Dean Elvis j. Stahr, Frank Murray, Paul Ohcrst, A. 13. Nlclilwin, Frederick XVhiteside. llonora1'y Memhers: Chiclf justice Porter Sims, judge lliram Church Ford, judge Hoy llelm, judge Shackle- ford Miller, john L. Kilgarrifl, llar- lilllfl ,l. Scarborough, Charles Turck, Dean Elvis j. Stahr. Officers: john '1'. Orlaudi, 1l11lg1SljCI'Q llcury NV a t s o n , exchequerg joseph Nagle, clcrkg Everett Burton, historian. Phi Delta Phi Initiation, held at the Court- room, Kentucky Court of Appeals, Frankfort, on Novemhcr 17, 1950. lnitiates were: judge Shel- hournc, judge Cammack, Adams, Cardey, jones, Monhollen, Neal, Palumho, Trigg. Otliciating ofliccrs in the hack row arc: Wfatson, Nagle, Lowery, Orlandi, Patrick, Blair. After initiation-the party. 'l'hc smiling ones are new initiates. Phi Delta Phi cn masse in front oi' Lafferty Hall. ,Mk U4 6' 4 1 x , W Phi Eta Sigma gi Phi Eta Sigma fraternity was found- ed in 1934 at the University of Illinois. It was installed at the University ol' Kentucky on Deceinher 5, 1946, to encourage and reward f r e s h m a n scholarship among men students. Faculty Adviser: Dean M. M. XVhite. Ilonorary lylemhersz Dr. ll. L. Don- ovan, I. S. Ilorine, Dr. C. C. Car- penter, Dr. Rhea Taylor, Dr. L. II. Townsend, Dean M. M. WVhite. Oilicers: Stuart G. Carpenter, presi- dent, R. Dee Ilaun, vice president, james T. Bradhury, secretary, james XV. Crary, treasurer. Members: John T. llallantine, William Barkhau, james T. Bradbury, john Brannon, liohert Brooks, Bailey llryner, Gino Carli, Stuart Carpenter, D o in i n i c k Caselnova, Charles Coyle, james Crary, Frank Fontana, Richard Fuchs, Thomas Green, R o h e r t Gregory, Gene Hagan, James Hastings, Roh- ert Ilaun, Donald Hockstrasser, Paul Holle- man, Robert Ilouk, Howard Jones, Henry Maeser, James McCurry, Edwin Miller, Fred Nichols, David Nightingale, Thomas Purdue, Roherl Patterson, Charles Peck, Arthur Pur- kel, Lawrence ltiddle, David Schmiz-der, James Scott, William Snyder, Claude Tay- lor, liohert Teater, David Woodhead. llauu, Carpenter, Colton Snyder, Taylor, llochstrasser Ilolleman, Miller, Sehmieder Bryner, Fuchs, Hastings Riddle, Brannon, Caselnova if ' 6-'Y T o C, w snvvulgil Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia was founded at the New England Conservatory of Music in 1898. Alpha Gamma Chapter was established on the University of Kentucky campus December 13, 1922. Its purpose is to advance the cause of music in America: to foster the mutual welfare and hrother- hood of students of music, to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its memhers: and to encour- age loyalty to the Alma Mater. Faculty Advisers: Ford Montgomery, Dr. Edwin E. Stein. Memhers in Faculty: Arnold Blackburn, Ford Montgomery, Edwin Stein, Frank Prindl, Nathan- iel Patch, Gordon Kinney, William Worrcl, NVarren Lutz, Aimo Kiviniemi. Officers: Nathaniel Perry Baggarly, president, Edward Curtis, vice president, llohert Patterson Johnston, secretary, jack W. Steers, treasurer. Members: Nathaniel Baggarly, Harvey H. Berry, For- rest Kent Campbell, Richard Cherry, George Creedle, Ed- ward Emhry Curtis, James Eversole, Stanley Fixer, Wil- liam Lewis Fouse, Burdis Gideon, Don Lelloy Hartford, Hohert Dee Haan Jr., Fred Vogel Hines, Robert Johnston, William Jones, James Kennedy, Robert Brooks Link, James Nelson, Byron Foster Romanowitz, David Sehmieder, James Russell Scott, Jack Steers, Thomas Edgar Yadon. I Pledges: Ronald A n d e r s o n , Ilerhert Creech, jack Fletcher, Cecil Karrick, Paul Knapp, Marvin Rabin, Wil- lirun Steiden, Lester Tucker, lack Wheeler. Phi Mu Alpha ity .i gg Set: C qv 3 Mk. A .f Q 3 if hi ,Q r 9 X x I 1 s'l N Q fr- .is ... V .rss .K K J . . U i, M Baizgarly, Nelson, Romauowitz Eversole, Johnston, Cavnphell llaun, Gideon, Fixer Yadon, Sclunieder, Kennedy Hartford, Hines, Creedle Steers, Knapp, Curtis 105 l 4 5 Reynolds, South, Gridcr Ridley, Dossett, Mitchell Ford, Annis, Fergus Lancaster, Dugan, Witten Lnrcli, Griffin Phi Upsilon Qmicron Phi Upsilou Omicron, home economies honorary, was founded at the University of Minnesota in 1909. Iota chapter was installed at the University of Kentucky in 19:22. Its purpose is to establish and strengthen honds of lriendsliip, to promote the moral and intellectual develop- ment of its members, and to advance and promote home economics. Faculty Advisers: Dr. S. E. Erikson, Mrs. Ann Clem- mous, Miss Ruth Boydon, Miss Elizabeth lleltou. Memhers in Faculty: Dr. SL E. Eriksou, Mrs. Ann Clemmons, Miss Elizabeth Helton, Miss Marie Barkley, Miss Ruth Boydon. Oliieers: Dorothy Seath, presideutg Margery Mitchell, vice president, Iris Crider, recording secretary, Rachel johnson, corresponding seeretaryg Bess Reynolds, treas- urer, Sue Dossett, editor. Members: Doris Annis, Ann Norton Bardwell, Sue Dossett, Sara Dugan, ,lnanita Fergus, Elizabeth Ford, Iris Crider, Maydelle Griffin, Nancy Harris, Rachel johnson, Karen Kennedy, Pat Lancaster, Eloise Lorch, Margery Mitchell, Bess Reynolds, Mary jo Ridley, Dorothy Seath, ,Iune Whitten. Fifi! Pi 'I'au Sigma, national mechanical engineering honorary, was founded at the University of Illinois in 1915. Kentucky Pi Lambda was installed on campus on May 24, 1947, to foster the high ideals of the engineering profession, to stimulate interest in eo-orclinate departmental aetivitics, and to pro- mote the welfare of its 1ll0llll7L'I'S. Faculty Adviser: Prof. E. B. Penrocl. Members in Faculty: M. Baker, W. J. Barber, ll. Beavers, NV. M. Carter, E. E. Elsey, W. 0. Card. R. M. Hawkins, j. S. Horinc, ll. B. Knight, A. ll. Meycr, j. M. O'Byrne, E. B. Penrod, WV. F. Savage, NV. NV. Walton. llonorary Meinher: ll. lleiser. Omccrs: Bernard A. VVillett, president, David Sacks, vice president, Billy P. Samuel, recording sccrctaryg Louis W. Withers, treasurer, C. Beau- champ, corresponding secretary. Withers, Beauchamp, Willett White, Samuel, Sacks Carpenter, Candill, Wilson Owen, Clore, Creeclle Pettitt, Aspley, Gnffin Fergus, Meyer, Miller Gilbreth, Tomey Pi Tau QQ., igm v- .1 . ' M ' c 'ff7Q .. . lv ,wx .X V,A. , M P 'Rt U' 5 B 7 A l L HF El A fi' . . 351 i 1 S 7 cw 107 " el W5 . Tfffff 1" V f in he xfik - I 1 J f p . M Z Rho Chi IZ hz Rho Chi, pharmaceutical honor socicty, was founded at the University of Michigan in 1908 and Alpha Xi chapter was installed at thc University of Kon- tucky in 1949. The funclalncntal ohjcctivc of llho Chi has always hccn to promote thc aclvanccmcnt of thc phariuaccutical scicnccs through thc cncouragcmcnt and rccognition of intellectual scholarship. Faculty Aclviscr: Dr. A. E. Slcsscr. Mcinlicrs in Faculty: Dr. Ewcn Gillis, Mr. C. T. Lcsshafft. Dr. A. E. Slcsscr. Oiliccrs: VVilliam K. Benjamin, prcsidcntg Robert Hardy, vicc prcsiclcntg Raymon L. Schurcck, sccrctary-trcasurcrg Ollie Emcrinc, historian. Bcniamin, Marshall, Hardy, Emcrinc, Clcxncnt Houchin, Schurcck, Hz-cd, McConncll 108 4 J,.L. Y. I C 'I Sigma Gamma Eps1lon Qi Sigma Gamma Epsilon, national geology honorary, was founded at the University of Kansas in 1915, and Chi Chapter was installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1928. Its purpose is to further the interest in earth sciences and to promote a higher scholastic standard in those studies. Faculty Adviser: Dr. William li. Brown. Members in Faculty: NVil1iam Brown, Daniel Hamilton, Lynn Jacobsen, Arthur C. McFarlan, Vincent Nelson. Olliccrs: Jeptha li. Hall, president, James ll, Murphy, vice presidenig Charles E. Druitt, secretary-treasurerg John C. Beard, corresponding secretary. Hcflin, Hull, Middleton, Whipple Ficgu, Beard, Johnson, Murphy, Downing Hovcrnmle, Druitt, Hays Q Tau Beta Pi 'l'au Beta Pi Association was founded at Lehigh University in 1885. Ken- tucky Alpha Chapter was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1902. Its purpose is to mark in a Htting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alina Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as undergraduates in engineering, or hy their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering college of America. l s , i ,li A ,L 'bf V. ig. i ' Q 5 L A iv f' ' V 1 M 5,5 V i Q? EL W X ou, W' fc. I ' i QL. fire Eli -:M f +L -, if M- N f, Q I r . K I P x I 5 i l 1 5 iii? ' fa' i me Q "3 S 'F ' ' N qv Lambert, Samuel, B. Deen, Cuudill, Willett, Fish, Cnrli, Line VV4-stfall, Massey, Beauchamp, Mitchell, ll. Grubbs, Cowan, Clore, Vnnheher Aspley, jenkins, Wilhers, Withers, Saeko, Distlvr, T. Deen, Mnekin XVest, WV. Gruhhs, McMurray, Brooker, 'Simpson, Huugensen, Sproston 110 l"z1c-11lty Aclvism-rs: S. l". Aclauns, XV. Nl. C111'tc:1', C. B. c.lUl'll1ll'll, A. A. Nici'- l'llll0l'Q'. Olliccrs: Alliso11 Cuuclill, prusiclm-11t: Gino li. Curli. vicv p1'vsiclu11tg Bl'l'llill'Cl XVill1-ll, rocorclirig socrul:11'yg Bz1r11uy Fish. fl'1'2lSlll'lfl'g Boy lJ1lllllK'l'l, vor- rc-spomlixig sc-c1'ct:11'y. Bll'llll3l'l'S2 ll. L. Asplvy, ll. C. 131-4111- vl1z1111p, E. lll'00k1.'l', C. li. Cnrli, A. ll. flauiclill, T. ll. Cloru, J. B. COVVRIII, ll. C. Dcon, 'l'. B. Dvvii, ll. j. Distlcr, B. B. Fish, R. 0. Grulmlms, NV. j. Grulxlms, ,l'. M. llzulguiiscii, j. jcnkins, ll. P. L1llIllDl'ft, J. B. Lim-. bl. C. Makin, j. Nlalssoy, S. Mitclurll, C. ML-M11rra1y, D. Sucks, B. P. S1111111ul, ll. VV. Si111pso11, ll. Sproston, B. M. x72lllBl,'l50l', E. WVc'sl, J. XVcstfa1ll, B. A. XVill1-lt, L. XV. NVitl1c-rs, L. G. XVillw1's. .l. A. llowurcl wrilvs lll'W initiailm-s' 11111111-s o11 tl11- lfoilfll. Wliilu Bcrncy Fisli and Ray Distlcr look o11. BI1'lllll0I'S B. A. VVillett, l,I'0l70l'1 lll12lgOllSl'll, illlil L111'1'y NVillx-rs clu-ck tl1c list. 7 lilly Disllc-1' uncl llI'0lX!Il ll1lilgCllS0ll lzlp llll'Il foi I1111 Buta Pi. .l- .l. Massey bongs the gong, while l,l'0lJl,Hll llnug- vnsvn :md l.1lll'I'y NVillx-rs ovm-1'sc'c. ll' 2 if mt , v ',b9 1 'bllw ' :ii 3' Theta Sigma Phi 57 fa """ :S al ff bg? k g? a 1 X ' , -Jt gq Q, -,S 00,6 QI Yi" k f 112 W Anderson, Whitmer, Caskin, Hilling Compton, Kilgus, Tarpley, Shinniek Theta Sigma Phi was founded at the University of Washington in 1909. Chi Chapter was established at the University of Kentucky in 1920, to further the interests of women in thc profession of journalism. Faculty Adviser: Marguerite McLaughlin. Officers: Katheryn NVhitmcr, president: janet Anderson, vice president: Rosemary Hilling, secretary: Nancy Gaskin, treasurer. Members: Janet Anderson, Nancy Gaskin, Rosemary I-Iilling, Katlleryn NVhitmcr. Pledges: Betty Compton, Marilyn Kilgus, Mary Shinniclc, Martha Tarplcy. There Were Clubs To Join Common Interests . . . Backbone of College Life. in vu 1' Z! ll 0 ff I Ima Magna Mater 114 rv Sahel, Ollult, llulluek. Cudgel. jones. xVl'lKll'Il'l', Driscoll, Ringo, Campbell. VVilliams. Christine Elliott. Lewis. King. Ferguson, Kirtley, Blevins. Clay. Milkey 'l'aylor, Glenn, Vincent. lliee, Smith, lloffman, Crawley Alina Magna Mater was founded on the campus in l9:25. The purpose ol' Alma Magna Mater is to serve the University in every way possible. The meznlmers of the organization are children of graduates of the University of Kentucky. Each year Alma Magna Mater presents an award to the outstanding alumnus of the year at the Homecoming game. Miss Margie McLaughlin re- eeived the award this year. An award is also given to the graduating senior iuost deserving praise for llHSCll:lSl'l service to tlie University. Faculty Adviser: Miss llelen King. Ollieers: Bruce Ferguson, presidentg Pat Moore, vice presidentg Ann Kirt- ley, seeretaly-treasurer. Q2 'T Y 1, 7 J JV! American Pharmaceutical Association 'l'lle Anicricnn l,llill'lll2lL'CllllCill Association wus founclecl in Pliilaclclpliizl in .l852. Illllkl University of Kentucky Clmptcl' was instullccl all llle College ol' Plmrimlcy, at Louisville in 19535. Its purpose is to improve the science and art of plmrinacy, and to encour- age such proper relations iunong the meclicul professions :incl the people at large us muy promote the public welfare. lf'a1culty Advisers: Dean E. P. Sloneg Clnlrlos T. Lcsslmft. Nleinlwrs in Faculty: Jesse Y. Ilublmrcl, A. IC. Slcsser, Ewen Gillis, Dean E. P. Slonc, C. T. Lesshulft, Charles NVa1lton. Ollicers: Iznnes E. Fetlie, presiclentg Elmer McDaniel, vice prcsidenlg Clurice Carol Sharpe, secretory-treasurer. '115 MH' 3 IME Ill 1 III I 1 f Arnolcl Air Society 116 Combs, Lewis, Ross, Capt. XVot-liner, Nickell. Dodson, XVhite Gaines, Usher, Sehulenhcrg, Downing, Clove, Lee, Shubert. Burch Greathouse, Givens, Wells. Vicars. Barnes Fagan, Suttles, Miller, Foster, Francis, Read Helton, jones. McGuire, Liles Barnett, Pitlard, Cordon, Kanatzar, Graves, Reid, Collins The Arnold Air Society was founded at the University of Cincinnati in 1947, It was installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1948 to further the purpose, mission, tradition, and concept of the United State Air Forces as a means of National Defense, promote American Citizenship, and create a close and more ellicient relationship among the Air Reserve Oilicers Training Corps. Faculty Adviser: Edwin D. NVoellner. Ollicers: WVinter Collins, ,squadron eommanderg joel Gordon, executive ollicerg jack Head, finance oflicerg Kenneth Fagan, operations ollieerg joe Lee, publications olficerg David Lewis, adjutant recorder. D- Bacteriolo ical Societ 7 A 5 JLG' g Y nv' P J Stricklcr. Wntkins, Willianns, Stnnrl, Ilvnclrickson, King, Lnnclgrulu-, Allrud, Fislnuaum, B1-holi-r, lhvn, Coch rnnv, Warren Donnelly, Orlnndi, Miimiuh, '1'r0l'z, McConlf, Smith, Swint, Lnllvy, Dr. VVvnvvr, Fvaltlwrston, Mnthring P1-rvz, Mcflnirv, Singvr, Donn-rmuth, 'l'ownsc'ncl, Shan'l':1. Surge-n, K4-lly, Tzxhnk, Hnlprun Golillnwil, Hill, Vicki-rs, WVnlsh, Bvrull', II:-nlhornv, Butts 'l'l1u Baicluriologicnl Society wus founalccl nt llw Univcrsily ol' Kunlucky in 1935. Its purpose is to advance the sm-icncc of Bacteriology and to promote fellowship among the members. Facility Advisors: Dr. Ralph H. Weaver. Members in Faculty: Dr. O. l". Edwards, Dr. Mary Hardin, Dr. Margcrct Hotchkiss, Dr. james Humphries, Iclu Mary Scliurfschworclt, Dr. Morris Scher- ugo, Dr. Ralph H. WVcuvcr. Olliccrs: llulcn L. Smith, prvsiclvntg Ruth Trvfz, vivo prvsiclcntg Molly McConlf, secx'otu1'yg Marjorie Swint, tl'l'ilSllI'Cl'. I lb Q 49' an T flm sag ' IIIIBVIM JR Civil Engineers I ,4- 'l'he American Society ol' Civil Engineers was founded at New York City in l852. It was installed at the Univer- sity of Kentucky in 1921, Its purpose is to afford an opportunity for members of the Civil Engineering class to become better acquainted, to promote a spirit of con- geniality between the classes, to acquaint the members with topics of interest to Civil Engineering students through the medium of popular addresses by competent speakers and members, and to foster a professional spirit among the students. The American Society of Civil Engineers has had at varied program ol' speakers in assemblies this year. In- cluded in this list were Robert B. Brooks, Vice President of the ASCE in this zone, Porter WVhite, Structural Engi- neer in Lexington, Robert C. McDowell, of the McDowell Company, j. S. Watkins, former Commissioner of lligh- ways, Alfred C. Stieiel, Topigruphical Engineer in Wash- 118 , Y' 1 5 l l ington, D.C.g and B. I". Moynahan, District Engineer iu Lexington. The biggest event of the spring semester was the joint meeting with the ASCE chapter from the University of Louisville. A speech contest was held at the meeting, and E. P. Faulconer and R. L. Hulitte were the winners. During the year, the engineers presented a iive act play entitled "The Buckhorn Bugle Blows Againfl and held a spring picnic at Boonesboro Beach. ASCE mem- bers madc an inspection of the Wolf Creek Dam in October. A dance held at the Student Union, and a peanut party completed the year's activities. j. A. lloward was chosen by members of the ASCE as the outstanding senior in the Civil Engineering Depart- ment. Faculty Adviser: Prof. A. L. Chambers. Members in Faculty: D. K. Blythe, A. L. Chambers, F. j. Cheek, jr., W. A. Gray, L. E. Gregg, C. K. lloffman. Earl Moldovan, S. A. Mory, L. C. Pendley, R. E. Shaver. D. V. 'I'errcll. llonorary Member: NV. j. Carroll. junior-Senior Officers: james R. lloward, presidcntg NVilliam ll. Brittain, vice president, Byrnes C. Fairchild, secretaryg Anne Clark, assistant secretary. Sophomore Ollicers: Robert Calvin Brummctt, presi- dent, Napoleon M. Smock, vice president, Wallace Tru- man Bennett, secretary. Senior Members: William R. Abell, William M. Adams, Walter G. Akin, William '1'. Austin, Henry B. Baldwin, Barbara A. Beam, Charles A. Bently, joseph A. Bishop, Frank L. Blackford, Robert ll- Breeden, William H. Brittain, George B. Boggs, Charlie Bow- luer, Claude M. Brown, jack L. Carpenter, Norman Cody Cox, Glenos Cox jr., james A. Crawford, Donald W. Daugherty, Broad- us N. Davidson, Randolph Denham, Robert C. Deen, Thomas B. Deen, john D. Eastin, Erwin E. Evans, Byrnes C. Fairchild, E. P. Faulconer Ill, Paul L. Faulkner, Roger F. Field, Birney R. Fish, Pedro A. Flores, Clarence C. Fox, Douglas M. Fraleigh, Theodore C. Cesliug, Robert O. Grubbs, Warner C. Grubbs, john Walter Gutermuth, Lawrence B. Hammet, NVilli:un C. Harlow jr., james L. llaworth, Benjamin K. Hays, Donald Chandler Hays, james Thomas Highland jr., Carl H. Hillehrand, james A. Howard, Wil- liam R. Humphrey, Gerald B. Isaacs, William P. jones, Sylvester E- Kanzler, George L. LeBaron jr., Sannnie F. Lee, Allen O. Liles, Federico D. Lux, Robert A. Markham, Charles T. Martin, Manuel Mercado. Robert Monfort Miller Jr., Charles G. Mitchell JI'-. Sidney E. Mitchell, Harold G. Mullins, John E. 0'Brie-n, Wil- liam T. Patterson, Carl L. Pennington, Warren Pfefferle, james E. Rains. Paul F. liassinier, Byron F. Romanowitz, William ll. Sammous, Dave ll. Sawyer, Fred j. Schmidt. Howard E. Smith, Lewis B. Smith, james B. Stewart. Loran H. Strunk, Harry Shelby Sutton. Ed Treholo, Charles A. VanWVinkle. Eugene Marvin West. Robert j. NVood, Charles E. Young. junior Members: XVinfred R. Addison, Douglas K. Albright, Billy j. Barrows, Don Richard Batten, Harold R. Black. Royce B. Buckner, George 'l'. Burke, Diaz Callahan, Robert W. Calvert, Charles C. Cantrill, Bertie j. Capshaw. jolm G. Charles, Anne Carolyn Clark, Clark B. Cox, William M. Dawson, Melvin l..aBree Downs. Gene B. Drake. jack W. Dunn, Milton Evans jr., Edgar B. Gaither jr.. Edward Gedrich, Warren j. Cordonwood, Alfred j. Graves. Paul D. Helvie, Warren D. Howard, Robert C. johnson, Samuel C. johnson, Clarence R. Krebs, james E. Lacy, Billy R. Larkey, Richard NV. Lyon, William A. Muckabee, Edwin K. Marion, Ralph C. Martini, Charles C. McClure, Arthur D. McGuire. Robert Leo Nord, Theodore j. Okulski, George D. Parrott, Howard j. Pederson, jolm Robert Raker, j. 'l'. Robertson, M. j. Ruparel. Thomas 0. Scalf, john Edward Smith jr., Howard B. Spalding, john H. Sturgill, Martin T. Swanson. Billy S. Taylor, Raymond L. Thompson, Thomas james Timmons. jack E. Truman. Garey Lee White. Sophomore Members: Leslie B. Adams, William Il. Alcoke. james A. Ballard, Wallace T. Bennett, Andy B. Blankenship, Rob- ert C. Brummett, Bailey H. Bryner, Knox R. Bnrchett. james I.. Carter, David W. Catron, Charles ll. Cole. Kenneth M. Cooper, Charlene l. Glasseock, Roger P. Gussler, joseph P. Hall. Gene E. HatBeld, William L. Hinkle, Charles R. House, james E. Hum- phrey, jr., Gene Austin lsbell, Ronald Lloyd jackson, Frank E. johnston. Charles F. Latham, jr., Donald B. Lewis, Terry j. Lohre. james Carlisle McGraw. Mitchell A. McMurtry, Thomas l.. Mt-Reynolds, Robert B. Morrison. Billy D. Mullins, Victor E. Muncy, William j. Netherton, William Nix. Hector M. Oliver, Edward N. Oyler, Robert W. Patterson, Leo G. Peleske, Walter j. Perisutti, Edwin Randle, jr., Clarence L. Range, Edward F. Ras- seufoss, Harry A. Rawlings, james W. Riddle, William H. Rice, Napoleon M. Smock, Gerald L. Stevens, Arthur j. Stoll, Charles W. Sturgeon, Leonidas A. Teieda, Wilson M. VanMeter, Darrell A. Veaeh, George T. Weaks, Sidney R. NVhisenant, Frank D. Whitney. ll9 H52 L .gil ,..,,i A ill '1 ...Ol Electrical Engineers The student branch of the American Institute of Elec- trical Engineers was founded in 1884. It was established on the University of Kentucky campus in 1907. The pur- pose of this group is the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical engineering and the allied arts and sciences, the maintenance of a high professional standing among its members, and the d e v e l 0 p in e nt of the individual engineer. i 120 Faculty Adviser: Dr. H. Alex Romanowitz. Members in Faculty: Dr. H. Alex Romanowitz, Brinkly Barnett, Ernest A. Bureau, Gustavus Smith, Arthur Nier- enhcrg, W. L. Garrott. Officers: Charles R. Smith, chairman, William Gruhhs 7 vice chairman, Chester WVhitekettle, secretary-treasurerg Nick Thompson, student council representative. 1 1 Mi-mlwrx: Si-niors: L. K. Adams, W. Albright, F. L. Alon, J. A. Aurnnd, T. M. Bnglnncl, B. T. Bnrtlett, E. J. Breitling, W. G. BWFILXS, E. G. Brooker, L. R. Browder, P. A. Brown, R. B. Brown, A. C. Bryant, G. Cnrli, W. B. Carroll, T. J. Clark, R. A. Cord, J- R. Cowon, W. W. Crutchfield, H. H. Cutter, R. F. Delaney, H. Fields, R. C. Giles, W. I. Gruhbs, J. H. Hackney, J. F. Hnmilton, C- VV. I-Iunnn, P. C. I-Inrxnon, W. L. Holcmnn, 0. E. lson, L. W. In-nkins, B. P. Johnson, R. V. Ionvs, R. P. Lambert, R. Lnnni, R. J. Lvnnxstns, W. E. Linvillv, J. G. McCarty, C. L. McMurry, J. R. Mi-Nm-ul, J. C. Muckin, WV. S. Mnslvrson. P. NV. Mnylu-w, C Michelson. C. R. Mnrphey, J. Neuse, R. VV. Nc-nee, J. R. Pauley C. J. Postiglionc, F. I. Poulouin, J. C. Prichard, L. E. Proffitt, E P. Reed, R. W. Schulte, D. A. Shockey, H. W. Simpson, C. R Smith, O. J. Smith, T. R. Smith, R. G. Sproston, C. E. Stewart J. M. Threlkeld, WV. B. Valentine, B. M. Van Beher, E. N. Vines R. P. Wnlker, W. T. Wnltc-rs, C. H. Ward, H. C. Whit:-kvttlv l.. R. Wivpvrt, C. H. NVildvr. J. W. Willis, M. F. Yaxckowsky, W W. Zoclli-rs. 121 s" 4 Q I b xl ...aj Q- Mechanical Engineers L9 C 15.1 122 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 University of Kentucky in 1910. The purpose of the organization is to broaden the student's acquaintance with the practical side of Mechanical Engineeringg to develop the student's initiative and ability to speak in publieg to enable the student to establish fraternal Contact with his fellow students in engineering and to meet graduate engineers engaged in the active practice of Mechanical Engineering. Faculty Adviser: Oliver W. Gard. Members in Faculty: WV. 1. Barber, W. M. Carter, O. W. Gard, R. D. Hawkins, E. B. Penrod, VV. W. Walton. Officers: B. A. Willett, presidentg john Owen, vice presidentg Richard Rhode- inyre, secretaryg joseph DiCirolamo, treasurcrg Ray Combs, Engineering Student Council Representative. -ss. 1 tvs. ,li ,, lm L! W' if orvvoocl Society CS ,MHZ 'Q The American lnslilule of Mining and Melallurgical liugiuccrs was found- ed in New York in 1871. The University of Kentucky chapter is known as the Norwood Society. Its purpose is to promote the arts and sciences connected with the economic production of the useful minerals and metals, and the welfare of those employed in these industries. Faculty Adviser: C. S. Crouse. Members in Faculty: M, W. Becbe, C. S. Carter, C. S. Crouse, G. R. Cer- hard, E. M. Spokes. Sponsors: L. J. Benson, Aluminum Company of America, S. M. Cassidy, Consolidation Coal Company of Kentucky. Officers: Billy F. Eads, president, Adolph P. Puismussen, vice presidentg Louis Frank, secretary, Howard J. Siegel, treasurcrg Edmond l". Cook, sergeant- at-armsg Bohliy B. McClain, Engineering student council rcpresentative. Q- Dijf ai ,f i Block and Bridle was founded al Chicago, Illinois, in 1919 and installed at the University of Kentucky in 1922. Its purpose is to promote a higher scholastic standing Block And Bridle Lorch, Layman, Godfrey, Bullock, Taylor, Brown Pearson, Baldwin, Williams, Wolf, Davis, Crowe, Wright llardinig, Giehls, McPherson, Burch, Bnrnette, jones, Mayer Anderson, Duncan. Koonce, Mettler, Gaskin, Young, Mc-Lure NVoolfolk, Ilainm, Rogers, Duvall, Davis, Francis, liyen Parson, Hopkins, Haynes, Pirri, Bush, Walton, NVutson Mr-uiln-rs in the l"acnlly: C. Barnliarl, l.. BradI'oi'd, 1. C. Culton, Dr. W. P. Carrigus, E. S. Good, R. C. Miller, ll. G. Scllards, Dr. D. G. Steele, E. II. Wilford. among the students of animal husbandry, to promote ani- mal husbandry work in colleges and universities, and to bring about a closer relationship between students, fac- ulty, and others engaged in animal husbandry. Honorary Members: Harold Barber, Brownell Combs, B. C. Cotton, John Frazer, Ray Hopper, Strither Mitchell, iienry Moxlcy, George Swinebroad, Ilenry Besuden, I. Lindsey Nunn. Faculty Adviser: Dr. XV. P. Garrigus. 124 Oilicers: Arnold Taylor, president, Robert Layman, vice president, Arden Bullock, secretary, John Godfrey, treasurer, Herbert Brown, marshall. Chamber Cf Commerce The Chamber of Commerce was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1947. Its purpose is to promote student-faculty relationships in the College of Commerceg stimulate activities wliicli foster leaclersliip clevclopmentg and acquaint tlie memliersliip with activities of tlie civic organizations tlirougliout the U.S. Faculty Aclviser: Frank Coolseu. OlHeers: Robert Fraiman, presiclentg Shirley Farmer, vice presiclentg Dor- otliy Scluniclt, secretaryg Herman XVel1er, treasurer. fc GBR: . yES,LEElNGT0N s g 75,591- LITTLL CITY-WONDERFUL Cumnve-NEvErUxmNs C11 15 xl Snow, Skew, Million, Baker, Bowles, Coclmcl, Kikuelu, Ingram Ifanlc, Clmse, Sleeves. Schmidt, Farmer, NVl'lllFl', Craig, Turtar, Blevins llolmcs, Usher, Allen, l'larralsun, Murray, Bergen, Williamson, Myles. Mather, Golcllmen, Bexley, llammack 125 ww- 1 4 Seq lg, W fl Cosmopolltan u ?f 126 Tlic Cosmopolitan Club was organized by the YMCA ou tluw campus ol' tlic University of Kvntucky in l92l. Its purposo is to proviclc frivnclsliip, fvllowsliip and the promotion of good will among sluclcnts of cliffcrcnt couutrius. Faculty Advisers: Margarct Anu Durliaiu, Bart N. Pvak. Mciulicrs in Faculty: A. D. Biggu, Nlartlia llulx-r, Mr. and Mrs. Kolb liyvn Karl Sclinciclcr, C. B. Stephenson. Officers: Marietta Gcorgiadou, Clm-cc, prcsiclcutg Nlaclliusuclan Puiparvl India, vicc prcsiclcntg Aiuo Kolk, Estonia, sc-L-11-ta1'yg Prclacu llaagcuscn, Brazil ll't'2lSIll'Cl'. -'MENUN AQTIVII TLD SH5r10'I'lTE .19 'l'hc Dutch Lunch Cluh wus lounclccl ut lhc University of Kentucky in 1931. Its purpose is to providc ll follow- ship in thc YVVCA for town girls and commuters. Faculty Advisors: Mnrgau'ct Ann Durhann, Marilyn Harris. hlCllllJCl'S in Faculty: Mrs. Surah B. llohncs, Miss jnnc Huselden. Oiliccrs: Eleanor Yaitcs, prcsidcntg Pcggy Compton, vicc prcsidcntg ,lcunnc 1'Iuhhau'cl, sccrcturyg Ann NViliianns, treasurer. Dutch Lunch Club A r 1 4 Mcinhcrs: joan Adauns, jo Ann Andcrson, Louisc Aullc, Pnl Buch. Emily Bnrron, Scottic Bcll, Bc-tty Bishop, Cnrolyn Bogart, Elcnnor Booton, Put Cnrtor, Millic Cox, Dorothy Dnughcrty, I0 Dauigln-rty, Ann DcWL-csc, Mau'gan'ct Ann Durhnm, Bnrbnrn l"l'Klll1L'l'SlUl1l', joycc Fischcr, Mario Coggin, Nnncy Gnilfoil, Donna ,Icun Hull. Marilyn Hurris, Myrn l'Icnsls-v, Lois Ilollnnd, Lil Kc-llcy, jo LuFoll4-ttu, Dorothy Lnwson, Bcity Pnul Linncy, Ninn Liston, Marilyn Kilgus, Ruth Ann Muggawd, Thclinn Multox, Nancy Mc- Cuirc, Marilyn Millcr, Bcity Ann Ogdcn, jenn Phelps, Mnrthn liuhy, Lois liomnnowitz, 1.4-iln Sherman, Lois Smith, Nnncy Thoinpson, Marry Ann 'I'urncr. Maury Blanton WVilliauns, Yvonne Yntcs. 127 ive' V 1' 9 ' I Z 4 Q9 QU? Dairy Club The Dairy Cluh wus foundcd ut the University of Kentucky in l9f3?3 to bring students in closcr contact with duirying und duiry practices und to pro- mote judging toauns in duirying and duiry products. Faculty Advisor: Dr. D. M. Scuth. Mcmhcrs in Faculty: Dr. Ralph Elliott. llonorury Mcmhcrs: Emil Von Allcn, ,lohn O. Burknmn, Rich:u'd L. Dnn- can, Fordyce Ely, C. Oscar Ewing, Pcrry B. Guincs, M. D. llurrison, Adolph Moser, john WV. Nuttcr. R. bl. Shipman, Churlcs C. Vuhlkzunp. l i r i ll l A , .f-ff' 128 6 em, F1 nl YVcnlc, Curpcutur, Pcunington, Duvnll, Jinucs, llogcrs, Marlin, Schuit Brinklcy, 'l'uckcr, McCullough, Boyd, lfrccmun, Burncttc, johnson, Scuth, ll. Fuchs. Davis, E. Fuchs, Sclioolcrult Dixon, Scott, llohcrtsmi, NVush, Norris, Mussiu, joncs, lluu. Hcrnclou, Olivcr, Elliot, Rust Ollic-urs: Alauiics ,l. jolmson, prvsi- dt-nt: Cut-il Bil1'iit'ttc', vim- p1'c'siclvi1tg lliclimxl lfuclis, soc-1'ot:11'yg llatroltl Davis, tl't-austin-1'. Nlt'nilwrs: Louis Boycl, Billy llrinli- lvy, Victor Cill'17t'Illt'l', lticlialrcl Claim- vnt, ,lolm E. Conwy, llogvr Courts, .lou Dixon, Alle-n Duvall, 'l'om llvrii- tlon, Kc-miutli junivs. Tlioiims jon:-s, NV tl l l :1 c 1' Lowe, mlamws Martin, lru Maxssiv, lmvi Oliver, lloy l'0imin5.:ton, Tlionius l'ortvr, 'l'lu-oclorv Ram. Bill llc-ic-lic-iilmck, Clmrlm's Hoge-rs, ,lov Rust, Louis S4-hcidt, C 1- o r g u St-liooloi'ul't, Ct-no Scott, Hoy Sims. XVillizim 'I'm-k- or, Billy XVaisli, .lolm NW-iitv. Dairy Cztttlo ,Iuclging 'I'ua1m: Mnssic, lllirm-tlv, Svutli, Norris, Martin. Dairy Faiculty: l"1'c-1-imui, Dozic-r, llawluiiatii, Bais- tin, Svutli, Elliott, Morrison. Dairy Pmdmrts .liiclgiiig 'I'm'mn: llllll, jolmson, Davis, l?l'0l'lll2ll1, 'lim-lis. A ,ur 1 VM 'x , 4111. .ug " r r, , f Av' I , ' " 17. '-Tgflld, 1 .atv-., 'aut 1. M' Af, . 9 'yr' ,.e' Q' A 4,1-l Club The University 4-H Cluh was installed at the Univer- sity of Kentucky in 1927. The purpose of the 4-H Cluh is to promote bonds of friendship among former 4-ll Cluh memlaers who now attend the University and to keep in touch with the Extension Department and know what is taking place in fields of agriculture. Faculty Adviser: I. VV. VVhitehouse. Olfieers: John Cooper, president, Arnold Taylor, vice president, Doris Annis, secretary, Emma Barnes, treasur- er, Fred Neuville, social chairman, Jewell Ellis and Pearl I-lill, co-publicity chairmen. 130 Members: Margaret Anderson, Doris Annis, Herbert Brown. Richard Clemens, Allen Cloud, Tony Coeanougher, John Cooper, Betty Dunn, jim Duffy, James Edwards, Jewell Ellis, jim Fehr, Carole Fischer, Jim Fowler, Kenneth Franks, John Hancock, Emmet Haynes, jack Heller, Tom Herndon, Bob Huffman, Elsie Isaacs. Jim johnson, Bill Maupin, Bill McClure, Lawas McClure, Jim Meador, Fred Neuville, Andrew Parker, Jim Pearson, justice Pendley, Roy Pennington, Russel Polston. Douglas Ridley. Mary Jo Ridley, Helen Rogers, Jim Schaeffer, Nancy Scott, Faye Simp- son, Hoy Sims, Martha Steele, Arnold Taylor, Lee Tucker, John Walton, Dick, Watson, Sid White, Louise Willhite, Charles Wills. L 1 " 'K lik i 4:1 i i Future Teachers of America The VVilliam S. Taylor Chapter of the Future Teachers of America was in- stalled on the campus on October 4, 1939. Its purpose is to provide oppor- tunities for professional fellowsliipg to promote education tlirougli the inter- change of ideasg to learn about opportunities and potentialities in the teaeliing professiong and to foster the development of student leadership. Faculty Advisers: Miss Reed, Mr. Myers, Dr. Harris. Officers: Ann Wiesman, presidentg Martha Havely, vice presiclentg Carolyn Taylor, secretary-treasurer. is c . 4 Hardin County Club . 132 The Hardin County Club was founded ut thc University of 'Kentucky in l950. Ifnunlty Adviser: Dr. jonuh VV. IC. Skilvs. Nloinbcrs in Faculty: Dr. jonnli NV. Skilcs. Oliiccrs: Guy XVillianns, prcsidcntg David Lcwis, vico president, Skippy Yonnmn, recording secretary, Kenneth Iinydcn, trcusnrcr, Hczzic Williznns, corrcsponding sun-rctury. Hurt. VVisv. Cmvhvrd, Clifford, Hnynos, Dr. Skilvs, Suhustvr, I. Jonvs, Brooks, Crm-gory iJL'lll'l'll. I-Inydvn. H. Williznns. G. Williams, Youmnn, Mrs. Joni-s Duuglu-rty, Roy.u-rs, Buchumin. Lutz, Ricv, Bncklvs Q 4 ,f xv lvl V lla ff " Home Economlcs Club is Qflfffj The Home Economics Club was founded at Montana State College in 1895. Its purpose is to bind Home Economics students together, give them knowledge and practice in self initiated group work, provide them with at true vision of Home Economics, and offer friendship between students und faculty. Faculty Adviser: Mrs. Pauline Frccls, Mis Loom Bentley. Olliccrs: Jewell Dccne Ellis, prcsidcntg Dorothy South, vice prcsidcntg Iris Grider, sccreturyg Lctu Faye Cooper, treasurer. fte C, D 17 . W Horticulture Club 'l'lxe llorticulturc Club wus lounclecl at tllc University of Kentucky in 1950. 'l'l1e objects of the club are to foster an spirit of fricnclsbip between students mutually interested in horticulture, uncl to keep tliem informed as to the de- velopments in that fielclg to promote an closer relationship between students and leaders of the commercial fields of horticultureg and to further the interest of the Department of Horticulture. Faculty Adviser: Dr. Albert I. Olney. Members in Faculty: C. E. Clnrplin, N. ll. Elliot, E. M. Emmert, XV. NV. Mugill, A. J. Olney, Joseph Troutnmn, C. VVultmun. Orlicers: Hicluucl A. W'utson, presiclentg NVillium Clizunbers, vice presiclentg Carroll WV. Brown, secretary-treasurer. Emmert, Whitney, Doerhocfer, Whitmer, Ferguson. lKclly Wonxl. Brown, 'Wutson, Chambers, Mugill C. Wills, Burns, L. Wills, Fvhr l :ff Kfclub 1' 'rilkfiifinfiffli ,eww 2' an 11.114 zzzseegww: HaifaElzalfllffgieilszpfq gmmixVxl::l: ,-:i:::xx1i!gHl1img,i5 ilsiams -"' 1a.w.:',Tle1izzs1liz1sszia Schallnit. lingers, McKenzie, jznncs, Wchh. Parilli, Nitoskic, E. Hamilton, Moore, Yowarsky. VVatson, Clark Martin Zaranka, Conde, joncs, Iamcrson, A. Hamilton, Moselcy, Gain, Woozlcll llrooks, l"ucci, lgnarski, Lawson, Bruno, Strong, Dawson, Lcskovar The K-Cluh was founded at the University of Kentucky in 1941 to provide a separate club for athletes at the University in which they can act as an or- ganization and can further competitive sports on the campus, and to foster harmonious relations between athletes and other students on the campus. Faculty Adviser: Coach Moseley. Members in Faculty: Ermal Allen, Dr. Chaunbcrs, Dick llolway, Dean Kirwan, William McCuhbin. Honorary Members: Coach Bryant, President Donovan. Officers: William Schailinit, presiclentg Willmur hlamerson, vice president: Allen llamilton, secretary: Dick Martin, treasurer: Sergeant-at-arms, Unis Saylor. is X xg l., I kfln og ,W ff lit f Lea ue Q Women oters , g I Hr. f 'l'he Campus League ol' NVomen Voters, founded in l920, is aililiated with the League of yVomen Voters ol' the United States. It was installed on the University oi' Kentucky campus in HJ46. To promote intelligent dis- eussion among the eollege students and to eneourage aetive eitizenship is the purpose of the group. Faculty Adviser: Dr. Gladys Kammerer. Oilieers: -loan Kavanaugh, presiclentg Betty Carol Paee, vice presiclentg Mary Lilliarcl Young, corresponding seere- taryg Dorothy Neal, recording seeretaryg Mary Parclue, treasurerg Louise Mellowell. program ehairmang Franees Vanee, puhlieity ehairman. Members: Naney llriuliiorcl, Nnuey ,lean llrighl, Martha Sue Creal, Sara Ann Davidson, Marlene Farmer, Marilyn Faulkner, Sue Fields, Betty Goessinan, Sara Givens, Anne Ilall, ll:-len Dues llarris, Marilyn Jody, joan Kavanaugh, Dorothy Lee Koch, Susie Lohmann, Joan Martin, Louise Mellowell, Marty Meliinney, llaehel Moody, Cherrie Moore, Betty Nash, llelty Nelmlett, Dorothy Neal, Elaine Nichols, Elizabeth Owens, Betty Carol Pace, Mary Pardue, Shirley Pendleton, Sarah Pickering, joy llinuo, Elizabeth Ann Smith, Virginia Snidow, Frances 'l'aylor, lfranees Vanee, Charlotte Van Deren, Luey NVard, julie Yager, Mary Lillinrcl Young. ,.., X T7 ' 'wir 1 Vance, Pardue, Pace, ML-Dnwell Neal. Kavanangh 136 L if Quang Club I5 'l'lu- Student Union Outing Clulm was foundcd on thc Univursity ol' Kcn- tucky campus in 1949. Its purpose: is to encourage outdoor activities among students. Faculty Advisor: Margaret Bruce Cruise. Ollicors: Ccorgu Ci'vvcllu, L'l1iIll'lll1tl1, Ed lloark, program olxairmang Eloism- Cooksoy, recording st-crotaryg Louise Boric, corrc-sponding st-t'rt-taryg liloist- Lorch, food chairmung Cartcr Glass, publicity chairman. Mt-yt-r. L1-auli. Godfrey, Dulfv. Hubbard, H4-nslt-y, Coffman. Coolvy, I-law-ns, llowvrton, P. Taylor, Ferguson, Crcgor, Rt-id, Pt-tt-rson, Tudor. M4-yvrs Km-arlmy, F. Taylor, Moody, Copht-ns, Bryson. In-ssu, Wt-avs-r, Martin, Crum, W. 'l'n1.-lcvr, Flood, Kvncipp, Ht-mnwrs, M. Tucker, Buch McNutt, Townsend, Tufts, Ruidt, Hamilton, Payne-, Mn-Km-nna, Dryman, McDonald, Dt-Wt-csv, Clausen, B. J. Taylor, jody, Ne-wt-ll, Wallingford Youman, Simmons, Prosttm, Bvntly, A. Taylor, Bortinun, Class, L. Boriu, Lorch, Cn-ecllt-, Cookscy, Roark, I-lochstrnssor, C. Boriu, Still, l"lt-niing McKuig, Miluln, Fislu-r, Rt-zzonico, C. Andi-rson, I. 1.1-wis, Got-he-l, Boll, M. 1,1-wis, Harish, G. Anderson. McCarthy. Alh-n 137 ,f xx U QQ? y5"cf,.5 4 11 Ill I ff' 1 U- vgygglt Patterson Llterary Socnety Q1 'L ew- D1 Davis, Selwitz, line, Griffith, Morris, Mainous, Hollemnn, Steely, Pigman, Rice Osborn, Todcl, Portmnnn, Griflin, Dr. Slerrett, Deen The Patterson Literary Society was founded at the University of Kentucky in 1886. It is a traditional society of selected men who are interested in speech beyond the elassrooni. 'l'he annual University Oratorieal Contest, sponsored by the society in March, 1950, was won by Jeanne Harrell and Robert L. Smith. Jeanne Ilarrell also won the Inter- State Oratorical Contest at Evanston, Ill. Hebert L. Smith received the annual Patterson Scholarship Award. These 138 contests and scholarships were provided for in the will of thc late james Kennedy Patterson, founder of the society and president of the University from 1869 to 1910. Faculty Adviser: Dr. I. lieid Starrett. Officers: Stanley R. Portniann, presidentg Hal Griffin, vice president, Bosworth Todd, jr., secretary, Douglas Osborne, treasurer. I lxyfy , I 'X 4 Pr or Preflxfled Society 'Lp 1- K - ic ' l l S ' l wus fouiidccl on thc University ol' Kun- 'l'lio Pryor l rc-Moc ica ocic y z .' , . tucky campus in 1915. Its purpose is to aid all pre-medical and prc-dental ' ' - A 1 - ' A media through which associa- studcnts ncaclmuu-ally, socially and to scrvz. as a 1 tion can hc maclc with lcaclcrs in the field of medical science. Faculty Advisors: Dr. R. S. Allcn, Dr. J. NV. Archdcacon. Honorary lNlm-mlxcr: Dr. I. VV. Pryor. Ofliccrs: Dominick A. Casclnova, prcsiclcntg Samuel C. johnson, vicc prcsi- clcntg Lois A. Fritz, sccrctaryg James Anderson, trcasurcr. llopvr, Rico, Kafoglis, Pcck, Wcidnvr, Naivc, Archrlcacon, Johnson, Taylor, liohcrts, Snow, Lcftwitch, Grcathonsc Sm-rgunt, Amis, Hnrklcroad, Hunley, Coopcr, McFarland, Cola.-man, Howarcl, Casclnovn, Rylu Watts, Pcnnington, Ashbrook, Evans, Fritz, Colo. NVilli:ims Pershing Rifles Hifi 'Witt if Pershing Rifles is a national military society which was iouuded at the University of Nebraska in 1895. Its purpose is to encourage, preserve, and develop the highest ideals of the military professiong to promote American citizcnshipg to create a closer and more efficient relationg and to provide ap- propriate recognition of a high degree of military ability among the cadets of the several senior Reserve Otlicers Training Corps units of the Government of our organization. Faculty Adviser: First Lieutenant john C. Boleyn. Honorary Members: Colonel G. T. Mackenzie, Master Sergeant llenry C. Bloom, Master Sergeant Elmer O. Kinker. Officers: Oscar II. Geralds, Jr., captaing Henry VV. Simpson, first lieuten- antg William D. Grote, jr., second lieutenantg Thomas F. Arnold, second lieu- tenantg Cordon H. Marsh, second lieutenantg Kenneth 0. F agan, second lieu- tenantg Lee Congleton, first sergeant. Q 0,-, up , cv 1. Aw Y Scabbard And Blade Scuiilualul :uid Iihulv, am lionorzwy military inilvrilily for LILIYAIIICOCI military stuclm-nts, was i.O1llld1'd all thi- Univursily ui' VVisv.-misin in HJ05. In 1932. D. Company. Fourtli Iicginwnt, was iiistullc-cl :lt tliu Univvrsily oi' K1-iillwky. 'Flu- purposc of Scalmlmrcl and Blndv is primarily to misc ilu- slalmlzml ol' military vdiic-ntiuii in Amr-riczm colin-gvs :uid univc-rsitivs: to nnilv in closcr 11-lzllioiisluip lliuir milil:u'y dc-pnl'linm1tsg to l'IlL'0llI'ilgC :xml i-0Sfl'l' thc' vssvntiul qunlitivs ol' good :uid vliicim-nl oliiwmg :md to promulm- Iris-iidsliip :md gcnoel-fellowship annmig thu cudvt ollicm-rs. lfalclilly Advisvr: Major AI. li. l'im'kc'll. Office-1's: ll. D. lh-gun, captain: IC. M. COHVIIIRIII. first livuionamlg M. ll. l,.a1L-kvy, first scrgm-zlnlg G. NV11-ks. sm-L-mul lic-ulvuauit. l 6' ji . . 153 Student Bar ASSOCIHCIOH us. . ,, The Student Bar Association is an organization for Law School students. Its purpose is to foster intellectual achievement and stimulate social activity among law studentsg to provide a convenient forum for discussing problems of student interestg and to promote harmony between the faculty and student body concerning matters of common interest. Officers: James V. Marcum, presidentg VVillic Deep, vice presidentg Mary Osborne, seeretaryg Carl "Hoot" Combs, treasurer. All Law students are automatically members of the Student Bar Associa- tion. There are one hundred seventy-six law students at present. 142 B- Son? lp' Tau Kappa Alpha 'l'au Kappa Alpha, national forensic honorary, was founded at Butler University in 1908. After several years of inactivity, Tau Kappa Alpha was re-activated flirting 1948 on the University of Kentucky campus. Its purpose is to award suitable recognition for excellence in extra- curricular forensics and public speaking activities and to foster a respect for, and an appreciation ot, freedom ol: speech as a vital element of democracy. ,Tau Kappa Alpha has, in the short time of its rebirth, sponsored such events as debates with Kentnclcy colleges. plus meetings with the University ol' Denver, VVol'ford College, and North Georgia College. The outstanding event of 1950-51 was the National Conference at North- westem University where Jeanne Harrell won the National NVomen's Oratorical Contest. For 1950-51, an expanded program has been carried out. ln addition to debates with Kentucky colleges, other schools such as Boston Uni- versity, Temple, and Notre Dame were invited to the campus. Ollicers: joe Mainons, presidentg Sidney Neal, vice president, Betty Compton, secretary-treasurer. 1, . 3. . 'L lIQ,i'1 . ft if A U ' , Shearer, Neal. Mninons, Webb, Harris, Creedle, Douglas, 1-Iarkleroad johnson, Moore, Dr. Blyton, Arrowood, Hendrick -143 S 5, fl in I f I rg: . n , 6 , ' 5 Mm-nllnrrs: Joyce Alnnunn, Evvlyn liulu-r. linnnu llurnvs, Dnvu Boro, Lncin lllaml, julio Blmm-ntlml. Carol Chaunln-rs, Elnisc Cuolcsoy, Brucv Cnltun, ,luck Crnlton, Don Cnndiif, Suu Dussc-it, Clinv Duff. G4-nv liscundun, 1'l'LU.!y ESOnlmck, K1-nm-th Fllllilll, Juv Grimm-s, Ellwrt Ilnrlu-r, Jim lnnnnl, linchvl johnson, Elliot jonvs, Lil Kclly, Kitty King, Mnrgnriv King, Holi Luynmn. Holi Link, Frank Muturo, jim Mnturo, Ilill MvClnru, Io Ann lK'luKa-nun, Mary Ann McQuuid, Mnrtlm Mn-lford, Duttic- Millor, Virginia Murry, Lvu Mylvs, Ann O'Bnnnon, Nita Pow:-rs, Tom liaulclun, Iolxiz- liiclloy, Holly liigglv, lid Slronlw. Lou 'l'00I1ll1S, Ruth 'l'rcl'z, JPLIII XVlll'I'l'll, Nauwy VV1-st, llvtty Whitv, Ann Willinvns, liilllfll Yunng, liulvlmiv Ya-ails. Trcfz, Clmmln-rs, Powers, Mnturo, Grimes Cmfton, Rigglc, McQuuid, Jones, Escondon Mules, Yntvs, Wust, Kelley, Link Lnylnan, Young, Stroulic, Hurbcr, Warren M. King, Duff, Bnkcr, Fugnn, Tooinlis Bland, Ridley, Dossctt, Williams, lnmun WVl1itc, Alimnnn, Bnrnvs, Esunliock, Bm-rc limldun, Murray, K. King, Blnmvntlnll, Miller, Cuoksvy 144 X 9 jf' f Qi.. 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Its purpose is to study Oltiu-rs: Ann KYBHDIIOII, p1'c-siduntg Beth Doon, vict- llu- dum-v with its accompanying urts--music, clrzumx, :mtl prvsiclvnlg Bolmhic Dunn Yntus, sua-rvtm'y: judith I.uigau'l, dm-sign--uncl to Dl'0lIl0f0 gmmcml int:-rm-st in thc claumu. tx't-nsnm-rg Com-nl l,t'lt'l'S0ll, costume- nmumgc-r. Vunct-, DL-un, Gush, Ilnrdsvick, Luigurt Pc-tvrsun, Yah-s, Watson, Kilgus, VVnlllmll llignn, Mnxcdon, Mundy, Kt0l'L'kt,'l' 146 Activvs: Bon Ardcry, Emily Barron, Nana-y Brown, ,lvnny Cauclill, Bcity Cmnpton, llolm LOCmnptv, Both Dvun, .lc-an llarclwiuk, Marilyn Kilgns, jnclitli Luigarl. l"ranu1-s Maxcclon, Trip Moody, Ann O'Bann0n, Ccnual .Im-an Ross, Nancy SC'lIllUil.l'l', tlznn- NY1-lily. llm-im'rsm1. Bloncliv lim-ynolcls, llm-ana lligan, Mildred Vancv, Dorotliy XValtl1all, Charlotte- NVals0n, Bolmbic Dean Yates. pairick. Arnlvn Milam, I .ucillv Mills, Clivrriv Xloorc, Doris l'lm-clgm-sz Patsy Bach, Barbara Baldwin, .Iam-t Clark: .Iaym-1' l"ism-lu-i', Rosa-inary Fostc-1', Kay King, lilainv Kirk Monro, Mills, SL-lim-ill-i', llalilwin. King, Kirkpatrick NV:-hh, Clark, Fislu,-i', Bar-li, Ross 147 , Q J UK Troupers ff i The University of Kentucky Troupers were organized on the campus in l940. The purpose of the group is to stimulate physical education activities and to introduce the people of Kentucky to the various activities sponsored by the University oi: Kentucky physical education department. l,":1culty Adviser: Bernard johnson. Oihccrsz George Francis. presidcntg Lorenz Smith, vice presidontg Mary E. Sliinnick and Ruth Stilz, secretaries, Douglas Osborn, treasurer. VVill10it. Mmurin. McKenney, Maggard, Grote, I. Smith, Jeter, Neuville, Marsh, Binke, Stille Gray, Benson, Wohlstein, Iusko, Duffy, Hoagland, Anders, Potter, Franks C. Johnson, Osborn, liigau, Harker, Carter, L. Smith, Francis, Shinnick, Stilz, Micre, S. Johnson Godfrey, Abraham, Caudill, Bishop, Vance, Vaughan, Cox, Inman, Crcedle 148 4 wx . I D LJI hi, I'lu- clowns . . . lumlmling mon . . . Din-ulur julmson :xml llaxmxglllm-1', Cnmly . . . am ucrulmt . . . Xviillilil Min-rl xml llulh Slillz . . . john ,Is-lm-r . . . lap alum-or Carol Cnrlvr .... ' Kun llurka-r plays for singl-rs llolu llmngluml Hill Grolv, :xml Dick NVohlsh-in . , . Dick N'Vuhlslm-in all llw 'I'rnupor shun' . . . mon- tumbling nu-n. , J- J Q N. ov Q x l lb' fvvv W Wg U Women's Athletic Association Tho Womcn's Athlctic Association was installed ut the Univcrsity ol' Ken- tucky in 1922 to further the athletic interests and activities of the women ut thc University and to develop an spirit of fair play, sportsmanship, and fellowship among the students. Faculty Advisers: Miss Nancy Poo, Miss joycc Porhix. Olliccrs: Dorothy llonukcr, prcsiclcntg Eulu NVcst, vicc prcsiclcntg Marilyn McDonald. sccrcturyg Louise Eoric, trcusurcr, 150 Sharp, Stiltz, Jody, McKinney, Kloocker, Wharton, 'Fisher Ilnlvorscn, Boric, Honukcr, McDonald, Wcst, Hcndrickson Watson, Micro, Boyd NVAA mombcrs tcauu up for il rvturn in ouu of the regular vollvylmll guuu-s sponsored by ilu' group. I"0uciug is an pupulur spurt willl NVAA llN'lllIJ1'l'S- Iwo lIlt'lNlK'I'S :md thu judgv watch this bout. Clmawlollc NVuts0n :mtl wvillldil Mic-rv am: kept busy in il fast gzuuu of badminton doubles. E W x 326 .. E iw ti f '- 'll . Sl!-A ,I ' .Mg-1 Jf' C' w , 1 0 Q E, .X orthern Extension Center C-V6.3 "The Campus of the University is the State of Kentucky." Part ol' the University's program to make its facilities available to more Kentuekians, the Northern Extension Center, located in Covington, enahles residents of Northern Kentucky to complete their Hrst two years of college without leaving homes oi lohs. This little sister of the University offers a variety of eourses on the l"resh- inan and Sophomore levels tand some graduate workl, seheduled conveniently for the working or adult student. For more advaneed work, of course, they eoxnc to the campus: quite a few of the Seniors of H152 began their work al tlu Northern Center. The Covington Center has drawn its stall' ehiefly from the eainpusg souu professors eonnuute from Lexington, others devote their full time lo the Center. Standards are as high as at the University proper, and courses earry full resi- dence credit. qt V1 A, 1 4 2 5 Q 2 ,,, y Thomas L. Iiaukins, Director of the Northern Center 152 1 l X'Vill1 an l'Ill'0llllltFl1t of 252 fmlvspito llur normal inroucls ol' niilitury scrvicol llio Nortlicrn Ccutvr is thriving, prov- ing tlnlt Kontuckiuns upprccialto the opporlunity to lnrtlu-r ilu-ir cclucn- lions. Alllltillgll lncliing sonu- ol' tlu' acl- vzuitugcs of cannpus lilo, ilu- stuclt-nt lmocly is long on spirit. 'I'lu- Cvntvr luis its own Student Council, lmncl, gl:-1' clulw, amd ntlilctic nctivitivs. 'l'l10 nour- lmy YMCA scrvos ns il Stuclvnt Union- lor ping pong or lmriclgc lx-twcvn clnsscs, for clnnccs or swimming pau'- tivs on wvuk-ends. A L'llill'tl'I'UCl lmus took T30 rootvrs to ilu- 'l'vn1u'ssvc- loot- lmnll ganna. 'l'lw Sluclc-nt Council all ilu- Nortlucrn Conti-r svaxloclz -lolni hlllSSL'l' nncl -lllll lit-clcliclc. Slnntl- ing: Bill NVinlc'rsolc, llolilmy Alcokv, vit-0 prcsi- clc-nt, Don McClure, pwsiclc-lit, :incl llir.-luml Crillitli, vo-sponsor. VVillizun llivs, SI'L'l'l'flll'y- tri-usurcr, :incl lictty NV:u'niclc, lnculty sponsor, wt-rc not prvsc-nt wlwn tlu- pit-turu was inalclv. Sluclvnls xnnlco the most of tlu- Stnclvnt Union lncilitivs 0l'l4K'l'l'il ilu-in ut ilu' Coviug.5tou YMCA. Ono ol' tlic Ccnlcr's Gln-c Clulms lIl'ltll'l' ilu: clirvction of -Icun Mario Mc-Count-ll. 'I'l1c Norllwrn Cvutvr's lluncl 4li1'0cl'vcl by Kvn- nvlll ll. jonvs. s .yi I iv 'Q Al White Math Club X I' Ji. The James G. White Math Club was founclccl at the Univvrsity of Kon- tucky in 19153 and functions to promote intvrc-st in lnatliematics. Faculty Advisor: Dr. James A. NVarcl. Members in Faculty: M. C. Brown, Dr. V. l". Cowling, Dr. M. S. Davis, Dr. H. H. Downing, Dr. A. XV. Goodman, Dr. Sallio 1'c-in-L-, Dr. D. E. Soulli, Dr. James A. Ward. Officers: Bill Wfcst, prc-siclvntg Roy Ellis, vice president, Annette Silcr, secretary-trcasurcr. Taylor, Dr. Downimz, Dr. Ward, Spullman, Dr. South, Faith, Dr. Fulck, M. C. Brown, Moore, Dr. Ponce Baskc-tt, Dr. Goodman, Wim-sman, Silvr, Winklvr, Crc-ul, Ilvynolds. Thompson, Dr. Davis, jonvs R. Brown, Dr. Cowling, WllC'l'll'l', Franuf, Illlllilll, Ellis, Wvst, Vanaman 154 1- Religious Groups Fellowship and Faith Devoted . . . Unprejuclicecl Baptist Student Union The Baptist Student Union was installed on tlie University ol' Kentucky campus in 1981. It was founded at Baylor University in 1919. Its purpose is to link tlie College Baptist student with College Baptist Clnireli. Officers: llal Crillin, presidentg Boli Francis, first vice presiclentg llose Nlary llalcy, second vice prcsidentg Jolm lleclclen, third vice presiclentg Enla Mae Carter, sccretaryg Carroll Ticlicnor, trcasnrcrg Fred Lawson, publicity cliairmzmg Doris Amis, publications cliairmang jerry llecse, King's llonr eliair- mang Eugene Becsc, evangelism cliairmang Carolyn Sliiclds, music eliairmang Lora Adkins, missions cliairmang Bill Vickers, building and grounds cliairmang Leola Burclineld, nurses rcpresentativeg Wfilliam Gliec, recreation cllairmang Dr. Vernon Mussclinan, faculty adviser: Bev. O'Bay XVeeks, pastor adviserg Calvary Clinrcll representatives, Nancyc Beam and George Clailiorneg Immanuel Cl1llI'Cl1 representatives, Juanita NVl1illL'll and Justus Penclleyg Porter Clinreli representatives, Doris Dyson and B. S. Cavanaugll. fix' F ,vw- Fnn, food and fellowship at the Fall retreat. Council members llaley, Lawson, Francis, NVl1alen, and Chee get down to real work. 'I'liv Baptist Slnclvnl Cc-ntvi' linings ont thu "XVvl- coiin: Malt" for lin- aninnul lloinccmning. Connc-il nim'niiwi's prcp:n'v to vm-niizcn 'Vin' Annnni Cznnpns lim-vivni is :1 big cvcnl in vncil yc'zn"s BSU prngrnni. llnl Griliin, prvsiclcnt oi' lin- UK Buplist Slnclont Union, is tin' president of limo Slnh' Slncivnl cjlgilllillliiilll in Kentucky. Bill Cody, stndcnl SK'L'l'1'Ull"y, :it his dusk in the Bnplist Stndunt Cvnlur. , ,...m........w-...,..w W-- WELC OMS Aihixfiixii 306' Union f fi N - Canterbury Club ,, W, M' 'm K -'...... A . . 1 x. ., 4 . The Canterbury Club was founded at New York State 'l'cachcrs College in 1918. It was installccl on the campus in 19115. Its purpose is to promote the teaching of the lipiscopal Church on the campus. Faculty Adviser: Dr. llerbcrt Stroup. Advisers: Chaplains Reverend E. L. Baxter, llcverencl lVilizun Smith. Oilicers: Roger Snow, prcsiclentg Roy T urncr, vice presidentg Betty Dickinson, secretaryg Catherine Fitch, treasurer. 158 Members: Janet Clark, 'Ioyce Davis, Nancy Davis. Phyllis Dean, Ili-My Dickinson, Charles Druitt, Caiherine Fitch. Donald llock- slrasser. Charles Hope, john Hones, Barliara Hugzhes, Ed Kane. Kitty King. Mary jane Leakc, Jun Litsey, Douglas Macliougal, Alhert Meyers, Carol Millsey, Trip Moody, jim Nickell, Victor Pappas. Robert Powers. Scott Riggs, Jack Smilh, Roger Snow, Bill Struther, Hob Tapscott. Mary Taylor. Sylvia Tempest, Lester Tucker, Dau Tudor, lloy Turner, Frances Vance, Charles Weidner. Mac WVoocl. Disciples Student Fellowship The Disciples Student Fellowship was founded on the University of Ken- tucky ealnpus in September 1945. It is an organization of Christian Church students sponsored by Central Christian Church and designed to provide for the Christian education of college students and to train students in ehurelnnan- ship. Officers: John Kirby and jim Todd, presidents, Martha Tarpley and Peggy I lumbert, vice presidents, Newell Hobgood, secretary, Randell Martin, treasurer. l 5- Hnmhriek, Spangler, Bradford, Cronenberger, Kirby, Mattox, jones, Lowry, VVntsou, Drake, Grant, Fowler, Faulkner, Stovall Oliver, Cooper, Graves, Dean, Taylor, Davis, Jackson, Bentley, Clark, Vance, Lander, Wiggins, Giehls, Faulkner Boots, Darnell, Martin, Hobgootl, Tarpley, Hnmbert, Kirby, Yohe, McEwen, Dugan Hillel Foundation B'nai B'ritl1 Ilillcl Foundation was lounclod at the University of Illinois in 1923. It was installed at the Univvrsity of Kentucky and Transylvania Collcgo in 1938. Its purpose is lo provide Ll rvligious, cultural, and social program for jewish students on thc caunpusvs of American univcrsitics. Olliccrs: Jerold M. Bass, prcsidcntg Suu Nculnan, vivo prosiclontg Frances Goldstein, secretary, Malcolm Cola-, lroasurcr. Honorary Mcnilmcr: Rabbi Siclncy Ballon, Counselor. Bellows, Rohinson, H. Abraham, C. lla-11.14-1', B. Bui1:1'r, L1-vilch, Hurwitz, Talmuk, Travis, J. Abralmm, Goldstq-in, Zuckcrman ' ' Nilhllh F01-11013 Colcllu-rg, Colm-, Nr-umuu, Buss. llahbi Ballon, B. Cohen, Fim- Budvrlnun, Shuckluforml, We-invr, Cordon, Merlin, S. Cohen, liurish, Pcrluulttcr 4 5 Newman Club 'ivill' Ncwniztn Club wus ioundcci at thc Univcrsity of Pcmisyivamial in H393 and was instullcd on thc campus of tho Univcrsity of Kentucky in 1914. Its pnrposc is to foster tiic spiritual, intclicctuui, and social intorcst of thc Catholic studcnts of thc Univcrsily, to weld the-in into il common uniong to assist thc University and its stncicnts wiicncvcr possiimicg and to uid ivy Catholic auction, llirongii thc Bishop of thc dioccsc, thc work of thc cinn'ci1. Facility Aciviscrs: Pnni Oivcrsl, Aillfgil' McLaughlin. Mcmivcrs in Faculty. Dr. joscph Schvvcncicmzuln. Oiiiccrs: Bob Rnimcrg, prcsidcntg liosclnury Iliiiing, vico prcsicicntg Balims Ilickcy, socrcturyg May Criiiin, tl'CilSlll'l'l'Q Put P1lttCl'S0ll, historian. MK, YQ-'ffl .:N5ff,"a,,Z4.y4 1. if' 64-X44 ff5Z29e,,n 442 l54 0' v'L?0vY4 2.,n' wi .fb 211+ siv e 57- 6 QF .6 . .KA X 4' M 7 A.. - 5 , - n Vdiff 1 l an 'Il I 1 Al a f,,,ff, il irl 'Ji'- rf lt !I v Phalanx Phalanx fraternity was founded in 1921 at the Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, YMCA. Its purpose is to unite young men in cooperative effort to practice and to extend Christian standards and ideals. The chapter was installed on the campus in 1943. Faculty Adviser: Bart N. Peak. Oilicers: Bruce Ferguson, president, Frank Mature, vice president, Cline Dull, secretary, Lee Myles, treasurer. , ' " .1 ' - ,if ""'1 fl xl ll ' z F 1 y rv V-N K l W l W v' P Win "' 9 L, txigim., A , .QA 4 ' Q A ii " ,i ...g at 1 ..., .W ... . .ip- ,gx.:f5'i A f .xt -l K' A C' lvl 0 . .1 it W 'll .hi gL 4 162 Dicken, Holland, Duff, Ferguson, Myles, Maturo, Bere, Gregory Lee, David, Durham, Drake, McClure, Giehls, Boyd, Mulder Thompson, Brannon, Tyrolvr, Biltz, I. Hancock, Blevins, Elder, Snow Hagen, NVhittenberg, Yeary, J. Wright, Williamson, P. Wright, Carpenter, Woodhcad Daugherty, W. jones, Hudson, Meyers, Hochstrasser, J. Jones, I-Iope, I-I. Hancock mx. 'FW Wa Vw .hp Pitkin Club The Pitkin Club was founded at Shadyside Church, Pittsburgh, in 1918. It was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1925. Its purpose is to promote friendship, fellowship and religious growth. Advisers: Dr. E. N. Fergus, Mrs. Raymond Durham, Mr. Bart Peak, Virginia Lipscomb, Rev. T. M. Johnston, Rev. Dan Thomas. Officers: Robert Gregory, president, Carol Chambers, viee president, Juanita Violette Fergus, secretary, Albert Drake, treasurer. Members: Dick Allen, Ellen Allen, Janet Anderson, Ken Blevins, Bill Boles, Nancy Bradford, john Brannon, Bill Brown, Betty Bryant, Charles Campbell, Carol Chambers, Peggy Compton, jo Daugherty, Dick Dickens, Al Drake, Cline Duff, Betty Dunn, Henry Durham, Martha Ann Durham, Marlene Farmer, Charles Fergus, Juanita Fergus, Bruce Ferguson, Carol Fischer, Ann Foote, Caro- line Freeman. Bob Gregory, Ann Hall, ,Iohn Hancock, Dol Harrod, Mary D. Harrod, Harold IIoil'm:m, Charles Hope, Jeanne Ilubbard, jim Hudson, Merle Insko, Bill Jones, Elliott jones, Frances jones, Marilyn Kilgus, Merdze Klintz, Pat Lancaster, joe Lee, Betty Paul Linney, Eloise Lorch, Ruth Ann Maggard, Joe Mainous, Frank Matnro, Jim Maturo, Margery Mitchell, David Moherly, June Morgan, Franklyn Morris, Bob Morrison, Lee Myles, Bob Mc- Cowau, Mary F. McCaw, Betty Nash, Dix Newton. Barbara Odell, Betty Carol Pace, Betty Papania, Mary Purdue, Kathleen Petty, Shirley Porter, john Prolfett, Richard Reynolds, Helen Rice, Lois Romanowitz, Bobby Rouse, Wally Roy, Robert Siberry, Sam Simpson, Gordon Sither, Roger Snow, Marilyn Steele, Martha Steele, Fay Sumpter, Carolyn Taylor, jim Thompson, Bob 'I'hurman, Jim Todd, Bob Weldon, Charles Weidmer, Dot Wilson, Margaret Wilson, Ken VVolfe, Dave Woodhead, Eleanor Yates. ....i'.s.... 'K -ia. 'EW' 163 Wesley Foundation The XVesley l"oundation was founded at the University of Illinois and was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1945. Its purpose is to provide stimulation for continued religious growth while the student is growing in- tellectually, socially, and physically so that the graduate will he a well balanced personality who can understand the proper relationship of all that he has learned to the purposes that God has for himself and society. NVesley Foundations are now established on 160 state and independent campuses. On Church related campuses there is usually a counterpart which takes the form of a Methodist Club or some such organization. Taken together, the Wesley Foundation and the various Methodist clubs, form what is known as the Methodist Student Movement which covers the entire nation. Bart M. Peak speaks to the members of Wesley Foundation at a Sunday night slipper meeting. Advisor: Rev. NVilliaun D. Swift. Officers: Frank Cullvy, president: Ccorgu Morgan, vicv prvsiduntg Ruth Ann Muggurd, svcrcluryg Mrs. liolx-rl Thurlnaui, trvusurcr. Mcnnbcrsa All Methodist students on the campus are automatically mem- bers. Council lncinln-rs ut an regular meeting. Scutvcl, Muggurd und Gullcy. Standing, P. Thurman, R. l'hurxnan, Murgun, Moon-. Frank Cullvy speaks ut an NVQ-sloy Foundation meeting. NVusluy Founclution lnclnbc-rs pau'liL-iputv in the rvgulur Sunday night food und fvllowsliip nu-cling. Westminster Fellowship The hfVCStlllll'lStCl' Fellowship of the Maxwell Street Presbyterian Church is an organization to encourage ancl train stuclents in the development of Christian faith, character and leadership. Advisers: Dr. and Mrs. Conway Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Dan R. Thomas, Ir. Officers: Bob WVelclon, president, Dec llaun, vicc president, Annette Siler, secretary, Charlie Thurston, treasurer. Council: Dick Allen, Dave Barrett, Mary ,lo Dixon, Carol Fischer, Dee llaun, Merle Insko, Pat Lancaster, Betty jo Maysc, Dix Newton, Shirley Porter, Dot Wilson. Sihurry, Thurston, Fischer, Mage-l, Wilson, Barrett, Arnold, Kennedy, Lancaster Hackcnsmith, Siler, Maysc, Allen, Wcsturman, Morrison, Woodruff Payntcr, Porter, Insko, Ewen Upperclass Fellowship and Freshman NY" Club The Upperclnss Fellowship wus founded on the University Advisers: Burt Peak. executive set-relnry ul' the YMCAQ Man' vannpus in 1943. It is u combined group ol' the members uf the gnret Ann Dnrlnnn, executive seerehwy ol' the YYVCA. YMCA and the YWCA, meeting weekly for the purpose ol' seeking t0 understand some of the campus' social and religious problems :md discussing their Christiuu implications. 'l'ln'uui:h working tu- !-Zether, the members develop u iirin fellowship und u personal und collective means of uc-tion tuwurd advancing our University life. ll A ' . ' The Freslnnnn Club wus founded :it the University nf Kentucky Student Advisers: Robert Gregory, Nancy West. in l9f39. I Officers: Williann jones, presidentg Put Vincent, first viee Dl'l'5l - - - - - -- ,- -- '-- '-." l - I' B: 'la 'a lluldwiu, seere Adult Advisers: Burt Peak, Mnrixurel Ann Durlnnn. may Bmhu' Numa VM mlm in , U ml 167 YMCA Cabinet The YMCA Cabinet was founded in London, England, in 1844. It was formed at the University of Kentucky in 1890. Its purpose is 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. Adviser: Bart Peak, executive secretary of YMCA. Ollicers: Frank Maturo, president, James Thompson, vice president, john Brannon, secretary, Lee Myles, treasurer. Members in Faculty: WV. L. Matthews, C. M. Clark, R. Pickett, J. ll. Ster- rett. M. Baker, C. Cone, F. C. Dickey, J. WV. Cladrlcn. . . A 1 . r ,J .ww 4 '1 'T 7' 'Q ' 'J B' v r 5. l A, f 132' ', 6 ,, - v , if , ig: b X Thompson, Holland, Myles, Maturo, Brannon, MeCowan, Gregory F4-r1.:uson, W. jones, Duff, Durham. Blevins, E. jones, Davis Rogers, Drake, Hancock, Snow, l'rol'lilt, Moore YWCA Cabinet 0 0 X S if ' ff? The YXVCA euhiuet wus installed on the University of Kentucky campus in 1904. It was founded at Normal College in 1873. Its purpose is to unitc in the clesire to realize full und creative life through ai growing knowledge of Goal, to cletermine to have n part in making this life possihle for ull people, und in this tusk to seek to unclerstuucl jesus uncl to follow llim. Adviser: Margaret Ann Durhaun. Officers: Josephine Daugherty, presidentg Suru Iluncher, vice presidentg june NVehh, secretziryg Margaret L. Wfilson, treasurer. Q 'L F Wehh, I-Iuucher, Wilsuu, Duugherty, Anderson, West, Yules Pace. Steele, Dussett, Cuuuiughuui, Akers, Hoteles' lleyuolils, lluhhurd, Kilgus. Purdue, Dickenson, Muggaml 169 B- Bottom row-Vance, Brooks, Conde, Ignarski, Schaflnit, Parilli, Yowarsky, Martin, A. Hamilton, Correll, and Pope. Second row-Netoskie, Weaver, Rogers, Wooddell, Lawson, Moseley, McClendon, Buckner, L. jones, Dyer, P. Jones, and E. I-Ialnilton. Third row-Fuller, Dawson, Haydon. Fry, NVannamaker, H. Jones, l1Vebb, Ilunt, Griggs, Baldwin, Leskovar, and Kozlowski. Fourth row-Donaldson, Brainard, Filliou, Clark, jamerson, Gain, Lukawski, Farley, Fucci, james, Mackenzie, Bruno, and Zaranka. SEC CHAMPIONS Before the 1950 football season began, the coaches of the Southeastern Conference picked Kentucky's Wildcats as the team to heat in the run for the SEC crown. Thcir judgment was borne out . . . but beating these Cats proved to be another thing altogether. Under the leadership of two brilliant co-captains and the master-strategy of Coach Paul Bryant and his staff, the Blue team established a record uncqualled by any -f team in the history .of the University. They decided to D U A win and win they did. When the results of their eflorts 5, if A - 5,1 -5, N D Q, X didn't suit them, they increased their efforts. 4 4 ix A Avi -s" t ' .5 sl- ir -g,,,,g The books which tell the story of their success, and the -' '21, img' ' records they shattered are evidence enough of a job well T- --"A i, 4 . done. These WVildcats not only won games but also A 5 S, ff' LT fl walked oft with a couple ol' titles, national acclaim, and -,', "1'f,,, honors galore, j i L ' -Ll 1 X They were SEC and Sugar Bowl champions. Tackle y, Bob Gain was chosen the nation's outstanding lineman f' A and Quarterback Vito "Babe" Parilli was picked the country's leading backfielcl star. Both were named All- American and a number of their mates placed on the All-SEC first, second, and third teams. ,T T.,-,i-1. to 531 5 ' --f -- E 'l T 171 Alrove-Co-Captain Shorty jam:-rsou is oli' on a long gain in the North X218 Llnnu-. Below-Bill Leskovar filflj, Cat fullback, sets sail around lSU's right end in the second game of the season as Diek Martin USU und another hloekm' lead the N 172 vay CATS WVIN OPENER, 25-0 North Texas State fell victim to Kenton-ky's NVildcats, 25-0, in the opening game of the 1950 foothall season. Boh Cain started the rout of the Lone Star tezun when he hlocked a punt and ran the hall to the Eagle I9 yard line. Bahe Parilli, partner in crime, scored the first touch- down on a sneak from the one. Dick Martin, Cat halfhaek, counted the second score after a sustained drive of 87 yards. Midway in the second quarter, Bill Sehaffnit pounced on a Texas fuiuhle and with fourth down and two to go, llarry jones tallied the third 'l'D. lle coin- pleted the scoring for the night when he went I9 yards on a twisting open field run. To add insult to injury, the Cats ran sprints up and down the field after the game. They didu't feel that they had heen extended in the win. CATS CLANV Bl'INCAl,S Ol" LSU ln a clash hilled to pit two of the hest teams in the SEC, the Cats scored late in the second and fourth quarters to heat LSU, 14-0. Fans of the Big Blue watched, hreathless, as Bahe l'arilli opened up a series of pass plays at the very outset of the game. Battling furiously, neither team eould gain an advantage until the first half was nearly history. Then, after a pass interception hy llarold NVooddell, Cat linelmack- er, Bill Leskovar took a delayed hand-off and carried to the LSU one-foot line. lle hulled over on the next play, and that was the half. ln the second half, the Bengals were stopped cold on the one-foot line hy a wall of Blue jerseys. The Bahe iccd the game in the last quarter when he snaked over from the LSU one-yard line. CA'l'S BLAST OLE MISS. 27-0 Bolling to their third win ol' the season, thc Cats hlanked Ole Miss, 27-0, in an impressive victory. The ganie marked the third contest in which the Kentucky defense kept their end-zone clear of enemy hall carriers. A pass interference penalty set up the first score on the Mississippi four-yard line, after l'arilli had opened with another aerial attack. Leskovar smacked the middle for the first touchdown. After he reeled off a 28-yard jaunt to hegiu another drive, the hig fullhack was injured. Parilli completed two long throws to Al Bruno, then tallied on a sneak from the one. Cliff Lawson took over for Les- kovar hy scoring the third and a pass from the Bahe to Zaranka counted the fourth touchdown. Brooks kicked three extra points. CA'I'S DOXVN I"I.ll'IltS, 110-0 Led hy their quarterhatk, Bahe l'arilli. who connected for four touchdown passes, the Big Blue virtually swamped Dayton hy a 40-0 score. l"or the fourth time the Cat defenders succeed- ed in protecting their goal line. lt was the fourth straight home gaine. Parilli found Bruno in the end zone with a minute and a hall' gone in the contest for the initial niarker. lle ran SS yards for the second and passed to .lanierson for the third. Cain kicked the point after touch- down and that was all for the hapless lfliers. Netoskie, Bruno, and Cain completed the scor- ing. CATS l.ASll CINCY, 41-7 After Cincinnati had spoiled the hitherto un- lnlenlishcd Kentucky defense, the Bahe and his receivers made monkeys of the Bearcats in a 41-7 shellacking. In the game, Parilli set a SEC record hy passing for 338 yards. The Bearcats scored first, hut a pass from Bahc to Bruno and Cain's kick tied the contest. The same set of events lnade it l4-7 and from there it was all Kentucky. .lainerson ran for a TD, and passes to lvucei and Bruno. and Cain's five placements ended the scoring. 'r0p,13mu.,-g,,' Bill 'Ll-gkuxar dodges around two grounded Cats in the e Miss galne at Stoll Field. Center -Dayton found llarry more than "one of the jones lmoysn as the little lullfhack picked up n first down. BUUOIII-"Clllll'lt1lHlll'S Brill gets an arnilead of air as Bruno heads for tlu- 'areat goal. St. Clair C-IIN didn't catch hini either. Top-For the Cats' tight pass defense, this shot was a novelty. It clidn't take Dick Martin long to up-end this LSU receiver though. 'Bottom-Bill Sehaifnit derails John Dotteley, the Ole Miss locomotive, in the third game of the season. 174 CATS XVIN OVER VILLANOVA Captain Shorty lamerson led his mates to a 34-7 victory over Villanova in the Hrst game the XVildcats played away from Stoll Field. Parilli again shone in the Cat's sixth season triumph. jamerson scored twice on short bucks and took a pass from Parilli for the third. Pa1illi's passes set up two of the Cat scores and he sneaked one across the goal himself. Bill Wannamaker, playing defensive guard, intercepted a Villanova pass and ramhled 35 yards to score. A fumble set up the only Villanova touchdown. CATS BEST TECH IN ATLANTA Coming from hehind, the Wildcats heat Georgia Tech, 28-14, 'for their seventh straight win, this one in Atlanta. A Kentucky fumhle set up the first action of the game and Tech's Crawford passed to McCoy, who scored. Patton kicked the extra point. Big Boh Gain put Ken- tucky back into the game when he hroke through to hlock a Tech quick-kick, and recov- ered on their 18 yard line. VVehh scored froni the eight when he went off tackle, then cut hack and crossed the goal line. Parilli led the Cats 80 ya1'ds to their next score as he passed the Jackets off their feet. His toss to Harry Jones decided the game. Jamerson brought XVildeat fans to thefr feet later with a 54-yard scoring run. Parilli passed to Fucci for the Hnal touchdown. CATS ,FIKEEZE GATORS IN IIOINIECOMINC NVIN Playing before 33,000 shivering homecoming fans, Kentucky put the Florida Gators on the short end of a 40-6 score for the eighth victory of the season. A sup- posedly powerful team, Florida never could cope with the attack of the Cats as they chalked their fourth con- ference win. Six men hit paydirt for the Blue. Captain Shorty Jamerson took an ll-yard pass from Parilli and ran CATS BEST MISSISSIPPI STATE Kentuckyis Wfildcats were a s s ure d of two lhings when they beat Mississippi State by 48- 21 for their hfth SEC victory. The team was Cvrtain of at least a tie for the championship and Babe Parilli tied a conference record when lliS three scoring passes ran his season total to 18- The game went scoreless for a quarter, then the Cats ran wild, notching four TD's in the Second period. Clayton Webb accounted for a pair of scores, one running and another on a Dass from the Babe. Fueei and Bruno caught the others of Parilli's trio of scoring passes. I-1 more for the first TD. jalnerson scored the second touchdown after a G4 yard march by ramming eight yards off tackle. Florida suddenly came to life with a long pass that narrowed the Cat margin to 12-6, but Emery Clark's nine-yard jaunt was good for another UK tally. A pass from Parilli to Zaranka, and long runs by Lawson and Harry jones with four straight conversions by Gain boost- ed the Cat total to the final 40-6 mark. 175 --f-..,,, , ,, - 2 -,C m 176 I 4- 3 W - h . " v V q,f,,!-f. 3 ' Ji" ' ' -I A ., , , lrxrhq' -ll ,I A- B A as s?w5,,,1 If Y' L F af t A'?l. ,J w .-1, . , - - v ' N M -- CATS XVIN 'l'I'l'l,E: PARILLI Sl'I'l'S IIICCORD NVl1il4- tha- Cats wx-rc swampimz North Dakota, 83-0, the-y "han-kc-cl into" their llrsl, SEC footlmall champirmsllip and rua-- nrds fc-ll likm- lc-avi-S from illllillllll tm-4-s. Vandc-rlwiit fail:-d tu cash-in on am npportimily to lic- tha- Cats fm' thc- tfllv. so Kon- tm-ky mow-d in. Parilli sm-t a national ra-cord hy c-omplm-ting his lwn-nty-third sawing an-rial. llc- c-L-lipsc-d thc- sc-axon 1'z-L-orrl ul' SEC tmiclulmvns an-comm-rl for by a playa-r running m passing, using his mml:-r4-m-m- rt-1-m'cl-lyim: ii"th scoring: pas-: fm ilu- twc-nty-4-ighll1 'l'D. Al llrmm also lic-d an SEC mark lm 1-atcl1in1.: pay-dirt passe-H with frmr. lluli Gaia misac-rl hrc-alciaQ,' a I1-c-u:'cl llllIl1lN'l' ul' 1-onvz-rsicms, lml did 1-qual a runfm-r4-ia-c mark of 10. CATS LOSE 'l'O TENNESSEE Numhn-d by the l'i'1.-4-lim.: wi-atla-r, fumhlc-M cost lla- Wildcats an nulmatvn rm-cord as 'l'c-inn-ssun-'s Volunlom-rs sliadcd liva- tuuky, 7-0, at Knoxvillm-. A little- luck, n penalty, and Hank Lauricc-lla's goocl right arm hi-at the Blum- lm-am whoa thi- Vol taillmack riflr-d a pass to llc-chiclmr, who scorn-d thc- only tauuli- duwn of thc- ccmtm-st. llad thc- Cats ln-on ahh- to hold on to tha- hall, it might havn- lu-1-n a dilll-rt-nt story, hal as it was, 'I'4-mu-ssc-0 ra-cava-rr-d c-ight of thx- nina- Kentucky miscuus and had tht- gruuncl attack ol' the llhu- complet:-ly boltlm-d. Parilli, na-va-rlhc-la-ss, was sta-llar. Ha- complc-lcd 14 of Sl passes far 150 yards. 4 l Tl IE COACII NVhon ruiuors hogan to circulato at tho ond ol' Kon- tucky's 1950 rc-cord-hrcaking soasou that Coach Paul Bryant was lcaving tho Bluograss for groonor pasturos, things woro thrown into a turmoil. Attor tivo yours ol' suporvision hy thc "Boar," UK had hoon clcvatod froni tho hasoniout of tho SEC to soc-ond placo in '49 and undisputod conforonco lcaclor- ship in '50. Tho many ardont followors of tho Bluo and Whito woro woll awaro that tho hnndsomc forinor Alahaina star had pullod tho Cats to tho championship hy his own foothall gonius. Thoy woron't willing to cntrust tho joh of maintaining that paco to anyono olso. 'I'ho Wildcat rccord stood at 46 wins against 15 lossos and throc tics ovor Bryin1t's roign as coach. For a school horaldod only as a haskcthall stronghold, Kon- lncky was finding widor horizons. Evoryono wautod Paul Bryant to ho as inuch a iixturo of thc stato's athlotic stall ns ltupp-tho-Entroproncur. VVhon Bryant lcancd his troinondous hulk on thc- spoakor's rostruin during tho wolconio corciuonios for tho victorious Sugar Bowl toiun and 'lowod lu-'d ho around "for a long tiino to como," Moniorial Colisouin rockod with an ovation that soundod liku tho dischargi- oif anothor A-houih. Taking Bryant at his word, Prosi- dout Donovan lalor signod hiln to a Kontuoky contract good until 1962. Coach Bryant camo to this school with tho dolor- inination to put tho Wildcats on tho top of thc hoap in tivo yoars. Tho statistics rccord his succoss. llo told Mr. Zatarnin of tho Sugar Bowl Connnittoo that ho and his Cat toaiu would win tho Now Orloans classic. 'l'hoy did. As Dr. Donovan put it, "Conch Bryant is a nnin Ol' his word." Amon, wc say,-Amon! 'I'l Ili CAPTAINS Boh Gain and Shorty jainorson woro tho first gridiron oo-captains in tho history ol' tho Univorsity. Tho higgost and siuallost ol' tho VVildcat varsity rospoctivoly, tht-y forinod a potont ono-two punch. Working togothor thoy woro tho Cat convorsiou coiuhiuationg Cain kiokod 37 in 41 trios whilo Ianiorson hold. 'I'hcy tiod an SEC rocord of l0 oxtra points in ono giuno. Individually thoy woro standouts within thoir own right. janiorson, a Your-lottcr winuor, was tho tc-iuu's loading scoror. llc and Al Bruno woro tiod at tho ond of tho rogular soason with Alahaina's Al Lary, hut lanu-rson's rooord-tying pair ot' touchdowns in tho Sugar Bowl on Now Yoar's put him on top. An All-SEC choico in his junior yoar, jainorson won tho first annual loadorship award givon hy radio station WHAS in Louisvillo. Ilis husllo and toiun spirit woro an inspiration and ho was usod as a first lino dofonsivo and ollousivo playor during his Koutucky caroor. llo distinguishod l1lII1St'll' hy scoring in ouch oi' thi- throo NVildcat post-soasou howl appoarancos. tho only UK playor to accomplish tho loat. Gain, also a four-your man, was ohoson on ahuost ovory All- Ainorican toain ohosou in l950. Ilo was pickod tho nation's out- standing liuonuin and was uaniod to tho SEC toain as a tacklo for tho past two soasons. Ho woll justiiiod tho nicknaino of "No-Gain" with his stollar dofcnsivo work. On oitonsivo Boh was a tromou- dons assot. Many of tho VVildcat scoros woro accoinplishod through tho holos Big Boh oponod in tho oppositious' dofonsivo lint-s. 'Flu- tido oF two ganics, North 'I'oxas and Goorgia Toch, turuod in tho Cats' favor following hlockod punts hy Gain. A, 1.5 'ffp.:s5L-- A , W I W' 177 Tulane Stadium - The Sugar Bowl THE SUGAR BOVVL 'I'1'iIUMPH Before the l95l Sugar Bowl Classic, a New Orleans newspaper predicted that a lot of Kentucky money would go back to Oklahoma after the game. They didn't give the Cats much chance against the top-rated Sooners. VVhen the scrap actually got underway, it looked like the nation's writers had reversed things in ranking the Cats below Oklahoma. After the first set of plays, the Kentucky line began to show the Red team how to play the game of football. Then All-American Babe Parilli began to unravel a series of plays that brought the 90,000-odd spectators to rigid attention. Kentucky fans were brought to their feet, amazed, but deliriously happy when Parilli spotted Shorty jamerson in th Sooner end-Zone and unloaded one of his 178 bullet passes. Jamerson, covered by two Oklahoma re- ceivers, jumped high into the air and came down with the pigskin clutched tightly in his arms. Another pass set up Kentucky's second score. Parilli heaved a long one to Al Bruno in the second quarter of the game. Bruno was pulled down only a foot short of the goal line by Oklahoma's Jack Loekett. On the next play, jamerson counted the winning touchdown on a line buck. Gainls extra point completed Kentueky's total of 13. In perhaps the longest second half for so it seemedj in Kentucky history, the Cats succeeded in protecting their lead despite a determined bunch of Sooners. They scored once, on a pass in the last half, but Kentucky took home the trophy. , I " "W, fa -n "' i Q' -. v E Q- 1 I is fill X LFS? ,lf ,t 4219 t.':."i ,. 'I' -a. k ,S M. also . " A , l -,Ns Q riff: P 96,515 Uppr-r lc-ft-Billy V:-ss:-ls-O-1352 ga-ts oil' n short goin in tho sc-cond qunrtor. Bm-n Znnmkn-K-C801 moves in to nmku thc tncklu tlcspitc nn Oklnhomzi blocker. Upper right-KL-ntucky's Lx-skovnr skirts 0klnhomn's lvft ond ns Gt-nc Donnldson C641 lends thu wny. Conti-r loft-Wnnxmnmkor stops L4-on Ht-nth, Sooner All- Amvricnn. Guin C707 ond Mnckcnzic f75D givv chusv. Cvntvr right-Rogers f557 und Jnnws 1605 of tha- Wildcnts open u hole for Shorty Jnmcrson fwith lmllj. Lower loft-Pm-illi clot-iclus to run for n chnmgv. Okla- l1omu's MuNnhl1 C653 amd Smith C615 pursuv us jxnnos of Ks-ntucky C603 looks clown fit-ld. Lowvr right - lloh Guin pounce-s on u Soom-r fumhlv. Okluhomn fmnlrlvcl fivv time-s, Kentucky rvuovl-ri-tl ull. 'K R .RTQQQ -QV ' 5 , -.,l Uppvr lc-i't-fl'ln- ccmcin-s rich- an La-xinglnn firm- lrnc-k in an pnrnrh- prim' ln ll'illll'S dm-pan'lnrv fur thx' Sugan linwl wnnp. Uppm-r right--Put junws :incl jim Muckunzim- 1-njny znirlinc-r fund 1-nrnnlv in N4-w Orh-uns. Ccntol I1i'l-Iannmwsmi pw-sc-nlm-ci with an gifl nl Le-xinglun Chuxnha-r oi' Crminn-rev Clmrislmns cvuwiiioiiivs all thc- nirporl. fi-nh-r right-Baldwin, N4-tnskim-, Luknwski, Zurunkn, und party ufh-r thx- victory in N4-xv Orlc-uns. Luwvr l4-i'l-- lhe- ti-:un rirh-s li'II'Ull1.fiI downtown I,4-xingtnn, linnmw-rl lwilm- thc- lrip. Lmvm-r right-Gov. l,:nvrm-nov Wvthvrhy 4-svnls jzunl-rsnn wilh tha- 1'm'l'!ifiL'nl4-S nmking him und his num-S K1-nlnvky ffnlunvls in W4-lvmnm' 1-1-l'i-lllnllii-S. Big Boh Guin, 235 pounds ol' All-Aint-rit-un tut-klt-, is shown ut lt-it ht-ing t-tmgnttulzttt-tl for winning tht- john B. Outlnntl Awurtl, alwnrtlvtl yt-zu'ly lo tht- t-ountry's outstanding uit-klv or gnurtl. Shuking huntls with tht- NVit-rton, NV.Vu., stan' is NVill'ortl Sinith ol' tht- Chit-algo 'l'rihunt- sports stull. 'l'ht- Outlnntl zlwttrtl is prt-st-ntt-tl hy tht- l"oothull NVritt-rs Assoc-iutitni. A. B. Nicholas ol' tht- Sugar Bowl Connnittt-t- ht-lps to hold tht- t-norlnous plnqnt-. For Guin it wus just at L-linmx for four yt-urs ol: outstuntling st-rvit-c to tht- NViltlt-att gritliron tt-anns. llt- w.ts chost-n ht-i'ort- tht- 1950 st-.tson ht-gun :ts tht- nution's top-ranking lint-num. Nt-vt-r wus tht-rv at tlouht' in tht- inintls ol' thost- who watt-ht-tl tht- iinposing hulk wt-airing ntunht-r 70 storin through to horst--t-ollan' an opposing lmck- fit-ltl :nun titnt- uftt-r tiint- that Boh Cain was tht- nmn lor tht- position. llt- not only t-oultl hlot-k atntl tut-klt-, hut t-xt-t-llt-tl in pluct- kit-king. llt- was tin ull-ttrountl tt-:un mam. Cont-li Paul Bryant, winnt-1' ol' tht- Sugar Bowl trophy, t-ongrntnltttt-s NVult Yownrsky ut' tht- hun- tlut-t Following tht- XViItlt-nts' rt-sountling vit-tory in Nt-w Orlt-uns lor ht-ing t-host-n lor tht- Nlillt-r trophy. 'l'ht- XVan'rt-n V. Millt-r Mt-inoriatl atwurtl is givt-n t-ut-h yt-tn' to tht- outstnntling platyt-r in tht- Sugar Bowl. ln tht- l95l htlttlt-, Kt'ntut'ky's Yowalrsky wus vott-tl tht- atwtirtl for his stt-llan' tlt-l't-nsivt- pt-r- lornnnit-t-. lt was Cont-h Bryt1nt's stnttt-gy to stop tht- fllilitlltlllltl split-'I' l.0l'llltlllUll atttut-k hy jnnnning at tlt-l't-nsivv t-ntl into tht- Soont-r halt-klit-ltl to t-unst- lnnnhlt-s. Yownrsky jillllll1t'Kl :intl Oklnlioinat ltunhlt-tl. 'l'ht- Soont-rs tlroppt-tl tht- hull iivt- tiint-s tluring tht- atltt-rnoon, nntinly ht-t-atust- tht-y wt-rv rusht-tl so t-llt-t-tivt-ly hy Yowatrsky. NVnlt ortlinurily pluyt-tl tart-klt-, hut that :iltt-rnoon ht- lookt-tl prolt-ssitnml in stopping Oklztlitnntfs tlt-- t't-ptivt- lattt-rattling, planing from tht- unllunilian' t-ntl position. llt- turnt-tl tht- titlt- ol' tht- gaunt- wht-n ht- t-han'gt-tl through untl rt-t-ovt-rt-tl tht- Okluhonnnns' iirst hohhlt-. lt st-t np tht- lirst lit-ntut-ky st-ort-. 161 WALT YOWARSKY BILL WANNAMAKER PAT JAMES BOB GAIN Millar Award All-SEC guard Most 1nu1r'rratwl All-Amarican BEN ZAHANKA Varsity mul AL BRUNO A hlgll scorer BILL LESKOVAR VITO PARILLI SHORTY JAMEHSON CLAYTON WEBB Braixing fallback All-American I.eadurxhip award Varxily halfback 4 52522 . . JIM MACKENZIE JOHN ICNANSKI GENE DONALDSON NVENDELI, VANCI Df'fr'n.vim4 fnvklc junior guard All-SEC Sopll Dm'ff'u.vim' iarklr' Dr'fc'n.vim' vnll DICK MARTIN HAROLD WOODDELL Li nr'-Iuwkw' Bm! xcholar CHARLES ML-CLENDON JOHN NETOSKIE Ilvfz-nsinv mul ED HAMILTON 1Jvfvr1.viu1' half BILL SCIIAFFNVI' Lint'-lm4'k1'r 5 k 1 ClIIC'I' LUKAWVSKI BILL CONDIC BILL DANVSON Ih',vvr'm' 11u:kIr' liuvkwll lim' Srniur glmrrl l az.. X FRA NK FUl..l.E ll Slrurly lm.vIl4'r BOB 1' IH qlillll full -IOIIN LIU!-Oh l'n1l mul unln PAUL JONES ICD KOZLOWVSKI BOBBY BROOKS BILL FARLEY Kickoff llll!Il'H'I'lllllJli Supl: fulflmclc Sflfvly Hum Nu. 2 qlml'l1'l'lu11rk we ' ',,i,g. X43 . H5217 A Pi: -111 HARRY ROGERS ENIICRY CLARK f,ffl'llNfl71' r'1'nlr'r Sulvly 'nmn X I 1 I DUN FUCCI N I Q W, Mm! IHIIIIIIIPIK' xvuinr ' : iv , X' , K I . .Q - X, Ii iw., h .r ..r..t..,:. f'-Y'-fl l v- .. - -q L M hui .. 1, 1 I ,..,,,. Qfllfi ,Jima 4 .. sg' G" LARRY 1 'r- 4 h ' JT' 's hqi. A s v- J" ."'f.:..1xf"f v'L13"'3'1"' 12 fgy"'QAs,qC,5sjgg.A. ju, all-. gf. f. ' ALLEN IIAMILTON Swnior l.UIlH'K, JOHN BALDNVIN 'l'm'kI1' proxpvcl 1 if-,Z AND IIARIW " r' jrmrx boys CLIFF LAWSON JOHN HRAINARD F11-Vf frlllluwk Lux! to Navy DOUG MOSELEY BOB POPE Top vmllvr Srninr favkla' 5 186 as .Il ev, Y 5 -rn' 3 1 we COACH ADOLPH F. RUPP Pictured above is the hest college basketball coach in the world. Maybe that's a strong statement, but Coach Adolph F. Rupp of Kentucky's basketballing Wildcats has the records to prove it. Through his twenty-first season as the mentor of Kentucky hardwood teams, Rupp has compiled a coaching record of 98 consecutive home victories and the highest winning percent- age of any college in the United States during that time. In that score-plus-one of years his teams have captured 438 wins Cnot including the '51 NCAA tourneyj against only 79 losses. That figure includes 17 major tournaments, in which his teams registered 76 triumphs and a meager 18 reversals. Those trophies fahovel are his 1950 collection, including coach of the year and an award from the Sugar Bowl Committee for his outstanding contribution to their haskethall tournament. J wrt! Stamling-lhnnscy, Linvillc, Spivcy, Layne-, Tsioroponlos, Morgan. Scatcd- Coach Rupp, llagan, N1-wton, llirsch, Lansaw. Pricc, and Asst. Coach Lancastcr. Bt-lon'YCastIc, NVhItakm-r. XVatson, Strong, and lticltllc. WALTER I-IIRSCH ffvlptuin mul forwnrrl Basketball 1950-'51 NCAA Champions Votctl thc hcst tcznn during thc scason hy thc writcrs anal coachcs over the nation, Kcntncky took its pick ol' thc post-scason tonrnanncnts, thu NCAA, and jnstiliccl its position hy hcating Kansas Statc, 68-58, in thu finals hold in Minncapolis, Minn. For thu eighth straight ycar thc X'Vilclcats wcrc champs ol' thc Sooth- castcrn C0l1ft'l'1.'lll't'. 'I'hcy sct a rccortl lor lcagnc wins in a scason. posting a porfcct 14 win, no loss inark. At thc scason's cncl thcir rccorcl was 32 victorics and only two losscs. Bill Spivcy, thc towcring ccntcr, was choscn tht- outstanding.: col- lcgiato haskothall playcr in thc country hy scvcral All-Anmcrican polls. l"rnnlc lianiscy, sopholnorc gnarcl, won cnongh votcs to niakc thc thirtl tcam All-Alncrican picks and his running inatc, Bohhy XVatson, as wcll as forwards Shclhy l.invillc anal Captain NValt llirsch won honor- ahlo nicntion. By aclcling thc haskcthall titlc to thcir lootlmll crown, thc Cats lN'L'llIllt! thc first tcaln in SHCI history to holcl hoth at tht- sanic tiinc. 187 BOBBY NVATSON HILL SPIVICY FRANK IKANISICY All-SICC guurrl All-Am1'ri4'un r'a'nI:'r 'l'hirrI lrtllll All-Am1'rir'nn SIlICl.liY I.lNVll,l.l'I Cl.Il"l" HAGAN SKIPPY NVIIl'l'AKICH IIUIIIIIYIIIII' RUM:Iinn-All-An11'l'if'1ln llf'l'lllll1'll ATIIIIL Sim' 5lH'l'll!l LCIHIITI l PAUI. LANSAVV LOU 'l'Sl0liO1'OUI.0S REED MORGAN 'l'rnn.vfr'r .vlunrlonl Lillu' rvlummlrr Om'-Inunrl .vlml RCXIICR LAYNIC DXVIGIVI' PRICI-I C. NI. NICXVTOY Swniur t'l'Illl'I' Slmng rr.w'rr1' junim' ,uuurrl ISSJ The XViIdcats got oll' to a fast start in Memorial Coli- seuui as they took NVest Texas State, 78-43. It was the eighty-Iilith consecutive home victory for Kentucky and tlie- first in the new Iield house. Shelhy Linville had the honor ol' making the Iirst Ken- tucky goal, a side shot alter 40 seconds had elapsed in the game. Ilill Spivey's I8 points vanned the Cat attack. In the dedicatory game against I'urdue, the Cats down- ed their Indiana cousins, 70-52. It was an easy victory lor Kentucky as Bill Spivey dumped in I9 points. Xavier University was the third victim ol' the Cat teLun as they travelled to the Queen City ol' Cincinnati to win, 67-56. Spivey was high scorer again with 23. Ilirsch had I4 points. During the Christmas holidays, Coach Ilupp plafed gracious host to his loriner mentor, I'hog Allen, anal to the Kansas -Iayhawks. Kentucky drew notice nationally as they heat Kansas soundly, 68-39. Spivey was the game's standout as he throttled his All-American center rival, Clyde Iiovellette, and scored 2I points lor high point' honors. Another nationally-ranked team, St. ,lohn's ol' llrooklyn, liell victim to the Cats in New York in the next game. lVhen the Iledinen Ielit the lloor alter the game, they were on the short end oli a 43-37 score. Then the Cats went to New Orleans to delend their Sugar Ilowl title. In the lirst game St. Louis U. upset the Ilhie, 44-43, in an overtime period. The Ilillikins came lroin hehind late in the gaiue to upset favored Kentucky. The Cats regained their equilihriiiin against Syracuse in the consolation game in wiiming 69-59. Auhurn journeyed to the Coliseum to hecouic the Cats' second conference victims hy 79-35 as Spivey hit lor I8 points. Little Iloh Watson cooled DeI'auI's Ilato Covedariea in the next Kentucky outing and scored I7 markers while holding his man to live. The score: 63-55. It was an- other iinpressive win for the Blue as it i'eturned to form. Alahania heeame the tenth victim of the Cats as Wat- son was on again, scoring 20 points in the 65-48 victory. Notre Dame got it in their Irish necks from Kentucky as the Cats won going away, 69-44. This time it was Frank Ilainsey in the fore as the sophomore tallied I9 points. Somewhat atoning for the loothall team's loss to the Vols, the haskethallers routed Tennessee at Knoxville, 70- 45. Also, they thuniped Ceorgia Tech in the second ol' the pair of road games, 82-61. During the school lull hetwcen semesters, the Cats toured the Southland on a live-game road trip. They warmed up against Vanderhilt lm dumping the Com- modores, 74-49, in Nashville. Tlie game marked the Iirst appearance ol' Clill' Ilagan, the heralded sophomore forward, who notched I3 points. Captain VValt Ilirsch was the leading scorer with I7 points. Against Tulane two nights later they set two SICC rec- ords in swamping the Creenies, I04-68. It was the high- est total ever amassed in hoth field goals fthey hit 43 ol' theml and total points. The Mutt and llell' coinhina- tion, Bill Spivey and Bob Watson, scored over hall: ol' Kentucky's points, VVatson had 25 and Spivey had 27. Louisiana State, victim hy 81-59, and Mississippi State, 80-60 loser, were the eight and ninth Cat victories in the SEC. VVinding up the trip in Owenshoro's Sport Center. Kentucky was paced hy native sons as the Cats outclassed Ole Miss, 83-39. NVatson, playing in his home town, and Ilainsey, the Madisonville ace, shared the lead with 20 points apiece. Ilagan, another Owenshoroan, Iiad I3 points. llolnlny Watson 4383 watches as Walt Ilirsch drihlmles around a Kansas ilefeuder for a close-in sIiot.' IIirsch's ahility to drive toward the Iuaskct, then stop and shoot quickly or pass the hall to an opell teannnate gave Kentueky's opposition fits. ltvtnrning honit', tht' Cuts took vit'tory nlnnht'r two l.l'0ll1 c:t'0l'l.f1tl 'l't't-11, 75-42. 1t was tht' nint'tt't'nth st't1son victory for Kt'n- tncky :intl tht'ir t'1t'vt'nth t'onl't'rt'nct' trininph. ln tl rt'tnrn lnzltt'h, Kt'ntnt'1iy linttlly pn11t't1 zlwuy I'roni Xtivit'r :intl tht'ir tlonhlt'-pivot ol1't'nst' :is Bill Spivey st't at rt't'ort1 and tit't1 il st't'ontl. '1'ht' Cuts won htintlily nl'tt'r at t'1ost' first hull, 78-51. Spivt'y's 40 points tit't1 his own SICC rt'cortl ol' tht' niost points st'ort'tl hy at singlte p1t1yt'r in at gznnte :intl hrokt' .lim 1,int"s 19119 mark ol' 37 points against ai l1011-C0lllll'l't'1ICU oppont'nt Clntliatnu Ct'ntrtt1 'l't'nnt'sst't' howt'tl again to Kt'ntnt'1iy in tht' Co1ist'tnn, this tinit' hy 86-61. 'I'ht' gtnnt' t'Iint'ht't1 UK's t-iglith t'onst't'ntivt' SICC t'rown tis Bill Spivt'y 1t't1 tht' Cuts with 20 points on 1 1 lit'1t1t'rs znitl st'vt'n lrt't' throws. 1Dt'1':nt1 gztvt' Kt'nt'nt'kf at hairtl tiint' in Chitutgo ht'l'ort' Slll'l'1l11131I1jI, 60-57. '1'ht' Calls lost :ln t'an'ly 1t't1t1 :intl t'on1tln't rvgttin it nntil tht'rt' wt'rt' only 1ninntt's to go in tht' gznntu Sht'1hy Linvillt' was tht- big gun in lit'ntnt-ky's st't'ont1 hall Sltlllll, tlnring which ht' st'ort'tl 11 points. Spivt'y was high with 23 points. A pilil' ol' honit'-t'onrt SEC wins t'1ost't1 tht' rvgnltn' stwison lor Kt'ntnt'ky :ls c:t'01'l11tl wt'nt tlown 88-31 :intl Vtlntlvrhilt' lost to tht' Calls, S9-51. 11nrt hy ill lit-ttltli :intl ill lortnnt' in tht' lintil gtnnt' ol' tht- SEC t'11tll111tll10IlS nt 1.onis- villt-, Kt'ntnt'1t lost its lirst t'onl't'rt'nt't' tonr- nannt'nt in t'ig it yl'tl1'S. Vvtlllilttflllll, tht' tt'tnn Kt'ntnt'1ty lmtl hzlntlily ht't1tt'n twit't' tlnring tht' SL'tlS01l, tnrnt't1 tht' npst't trick. 57-61. '1'ht' st't'ont1 loss ol' tht- your lor tht' Cuts, it wus in tht' linall grunt' ol' tht- tonrnt'y. U By at chztngt' in rn1t's this yt'an', tht' t'on- lt'rt'nt't' t'1lulnpit1ns11ip was t1t'tt'rniint't1 hy tht' most gtnnvs won on ti pt'rt-vntngt' hatsis. 'l'hns tht' Cuts wt'rt' still tht' t-htnnpions. 'l'ht'ir l'onrtt't'n SNC wins st't tl rt't'ortl lor tht- 1t'z15.5nt', llftftllilltg tht' 1lItll'lC st't hy Kt'ntnt'1ty's l'1tllJllltJllS I"ivt' in tht'ir lust yt't1r ht'rt'. 13t'l'ort' t1it'ir loss to Vzlntly, tht- lilnt' lt'tnn hzttl ronipt'tl nnt'ht't'1tt't1 past Mississippi Staltt' H92-701, Anhnrn U54-541. :intl Gt'orgin 'l't't'h 182-561. Chost'n on tht' itll-ltllll'll1lll1t'1ll tt'tnn Wt'rt': lfrtnik 1lannst'y, Bill Spivuy. :Intl Cap- tain XVn1t l1irst'h to tht: varsity 1int'np :intl Clill' llalgun to tht: st't'ont1 livt-. It l't'llIt111lt'Cl lor ti post S!'tlS0ll wtirin-np llznnt' with Loyola ol' Chicttgo to st't tht' Co1ist'tnn lloor rt't'ort1 lor tht' varsity NVi1t1- vzlts. 1ntt'nt1t't1 to ht' tl still' workont to prte- purt' lor tht' NCAA pltiyolls, tht' gznnt' tnrn- t'tl into at ront ol' Loyola, 97-61. Spivey st'ort't1 21 points to lt'ttt1 his tt'tnnn1utt's :intl Clill' llugnn l'o11owt'tl hini t'1ost'1y with 20. llalgtni niovt't1 into tht' starting 1int'np for tht- lirsl tilnt' in that gtnnt' to rt'm1tit'tw VV:11t llirst'h, who wus t1t't'1zn't't1 int'ligih1t' to coni- pt'tt' in tht- NCAA ht't'a1nst' this was his lonrth yt'tn' ol' varsity htlll. Ahovc--1Vhitn1tt'r t'yt's tht' hnskvt ns ht' tlrivt-s for al lan'-np shot In Kt'ntnt'1t5"s gtnnt' with Knnsns. llvlow Bill Spivvy hott1t's HP hlmlg Clvtlt' 11ovt'1lt'ttt' in tht' NVi1t1t':its' rt'sUlllIllllll-Z Will ill ilu' C'1ll5"' 191 xhul lo slralch Kl'lllllK'kf"S ls-.ul ln U0-ll in llu- 91-44 Shc-llny Lilrvillm- n-tri4-V4-s thc- hull in ilu- WVilclm-:xl-Plllmllu Lfilllll' which :lm-diculz-cl Bi1'lllUl'i1ll Cnlisa-um. llis "Q:lv1-U Nvl up zulollu-r sc-orv dcspila- Hu- l'Hx4lI'tS nf lhvil4-lunulwl' plum-l's lu slup him. Hohhy XVn!mn clrivm-s for u imnp shut from ilu- If-fl' sich- of lhm- 0HL'llSiYl' uuurl. 'l'lue lillh- g.mzu'1i mzuh- lhc- mml lnll'ni'lh1- l'm'dm- ganna-. T02 41 lll llll- lirsl gilllll' ol llll- NCAA plllyolls all llallvigll, N.C., llll' Calls pllllvcl lllll- Olll ol llll' lift' als llIl'y lll-all llll' llllivl-l'sily ol Lollisvillv. 751-68. 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NlllYlIljI lo Nlllllll'ilD0llS lol' lllle Clllllllllillll- sllip llllllll' ol llll' NCAA, liill'llll.f llll0llll'l' sl-l ol XVillll'alls l.I'0Ill Iialllsals Slalll-, Kl'lllllL'liy wlls ill llll' lllllalllliliall' pllSiliOIl ol lllllll'I'll0j.f. .llISl als llll'iI' l'UllSlllS Oll llll- ,LfI'lClll'0ll rosa- Ill! lo Slll1ll'li fmlillllllllllll ill llll' Sllglll' Bowl. llll' llllskl-lllallll'l's lil'UIIl llll- llllll'1.fl'2lSS alllllllxl-cl llll' lilll' ill lllll'Sllllll NVllill' ilXVl'Sll'llL'li llopv- sll-l's l'l-c-lll-l'kl'll lllvil' C'illL'lllllli0llN. AVlIl'll llll' slloolillg NVRIS alll ow-l'. Kvlllllvliy llilll lll'llll'll KIIIISQIS Slilll', 68-58. llvllillll Spivl'y's 2l poillls. ll wals llll- lllirll NCAA l-lllllllpiollsllip ill lliHl0l'j' lilll' llll' XVillll'alls, Zlllfl il lllillllly swl-l'l ollll all lllall. Nol llllllllllljl llll' NCAA. Bill Spivvy wals NlIl'l' lo lvl- llll- lop Dlbllll-l.fl'lll'I' lilll' Kl'llllll'liy. Ill- ll-ll llll- SEC Sl'0l'lIlLf l'llL'l' llll'0llj.fl10lll llll' svalsoll llllll lll' llllll 5653 llUllllS ill 29 j.fllllll'S lol' illl ilVi'l'ill.fl' ol lllpl pl-l' l'0llll'Nl. llolllxy Xlfallsoll wals llll' Sl'l'0lIKl lllllll ill llll' Nl'lll'llllI l'ill'l' lvilll -'3l7 pllllllS lilll' al 30-llllllll' :ll'l'l'algl- ol l0.5 pvl' Lfllllllk lfollowillg ill 0l'Cll'l' XVl'l'l' l'll'llllli llillllSl'V willl 302, Sllcllw lalll- villl- willl SOI. llllll Avllll llil'SL'll willl 274. Clill' llllgllll wals llll' llijlll sl'ol'l'l' illlllllllx llll' SlllJSlillIll'S willl ll llllallllly l58-Dllllll lllllll. lllllllgll llll Illilyi'll ill only llalll ol llll' Clill l.fllIlll'S, lll'l'0llllllL'Q l'lil.Eilhll' all lllill-svalsoll. Allovl--l"l'alllk llllIllSl'y llllllks ill lwll poillls als llll' XVillll lls lim l llll- llilllllj' l'l'1llll'lll'll Da-I lllll llllll' ljl'lllllllN. llis lll'iVilIlI sllll Nl l llilll ll spot oll Kl-llllll'ky's url-all ll-allll. lll'lllXY' Spivvy lllls l lo l, Ullt'-hllllCll'l'. 3 Standing-Coach Scott Breckinridge, Charles Mitchell, Bob 0'Nan, Tom Prather, Ed Stcrnhergs, Alan Soloman, captain. Bottom-Paul Wright, Bill Seiller, Dick Wohlstcin, and Bill Disney. Wi? Rf' iii 9' M 5 -M ' ' ' - it f Q, ,1 1 si-fts-Ass? M A r 'A 4.s.1:Y:gg,i3?s,gwj My ',,,,.1'f' 9 95353311 M ' .6 - .1.,,k.. 551 43911 ,gy W is 'Ax Fi K, .. ,x Q", .c Y : "M If I . . ' N. ' .Q -FX, f L, . ,-. X Q r 2? gn, X W is as , ,. 1, 2 QQ A :ark 1 rj rf is-if , is ,yr F X 5 , W V. ,i ,, aww, 335 X 'S? ,'?siS+A?1.fR f ,N we ,,,, hs gs ,Q f Q r- ' an Q, it M an W H ,ff Q ,, W Nw? fi it 4 digg, ' A K 4 .si-ff, gi '15,-::' 1 , x.f N f . fr" . - wfQf"i?2f.' A ,M-'f 1. W 1 - eww X NK,-11?ff' JM' . K 4 wat 5 A . aught' gi l- 5 ' W, fr X ,jeg - , 5".:1'2V5 FTA! 1 X A A .vi . TQ f igiqilif 5 . , iii gin P W . ,eil lxy. ,xr yfxx 4 7 , Qltgafienr YM fa1f'i',Qf.s M Q ' 1 wiiwfiffff "9" 431' , fir ff . -' I' . 1 1' 1 , 2 i M. 5' , V, Y 5. .-' it " Wig-X , , , . 1' 3' 1 v., ' -Q vt- W K Ns If . 31 , 5 gf .sf . 1 If 'fr' -X s. ' 'K it . "isdn THE THREE MUSKETEERS-Jim llyun, Dick Wohlstcin, and Cillltain Alan Soloman, who entered the stale AAU tournament. 1950 Fencing Team Kentucky's fencing team faced its toughest schedule since their reorganization in 1947 and came through in commendable style, winning seven luatches while losing four and placing 24th out of 35 competing schools in the national intercollegiate fencing matches at Detroit. The VVildcats wielded a mean cutlass in beating North Carolina, 20-75 North Carolina State, 22-5, and Louisville twice, 1914 to 7M and 14-3. Coach Scott Breckinridgeis charges defeated Vanderbilt, 10-6 and 9-7, and avenged an earlier season set- back at the hand of Cincinnati, 16-11. The Cats dropped matches to Illinois, 18-9, Notre Dame, 25- 25 and two heartbreaking setbacks by the identical score of MW to 12W to Virginia and Cincinnati. Coach Breckinridge built his 1951 fencing team around last year's lettermen: Captain Alan Solo- nrin, Doug Brown, Sid Neal, and Bob Southall, along with experienced Dick Wfohlstein, Charles Mitchell, Bob O'Nan, and Paul Wright. His hopes for the future are in the hands of Bill Disney, Ber- nie Silvcrs, Ted Dunn, Ed Sternbergs and Bill Seiller up from the freshman squad. 195 'l' 0047, f, Tvtghpr-Hb rafts iii. W s Tlfpl 1950 BASEBALL WILDCATS First row-Strong, Hatchett, Newton. Wiseman, and Al MacLeod. Seeoml row-Clegg, Moseley, Parilli. Whismnn, Stough, Yessin, Turner, and Hirsch. Third row-Cuminins, Hamilton, Stille, Znramkn, Fueei. Smithers, and Manager Burnett. 11 . R D ' Hen Zaranka, Cat slugger, takes a hefty swing at the ball in 11 season game at Stoll Field. The lanky outfielder was one of the top hitters and base runners on the team. 196 Eastern Division SEC Champs The Wildcats opened their 1950 baseball season by dropping a pair of elose decisions to the Georgia Bull- dogs, 5-2 and 6-4. Then following the addition of UK footballers Dom lfueei, Allen llzuuilton, Ben Zaranka, Dong Moseley, and Babe Parilli the Cat nine proceeded to run up a win streak oi' 14 in a 1'ow. Coath Frank lX'loseley's charges started their streak by taking two games from Georgia Tech, 10-6 and 14-9- xVlS0l'l111I1 and .llirseh tlrilked up their first victories of the season. Frank Tucci held Cincinnati in cheek as U.K. glined an 8-6 decision over the Bearcats. The Wildcats ran their winning streak to five as Bob ll.itehett toasted to a 14-G vittory and C.M. Newton sezittered 7 hits in going the route against the Vanderbilt Comniodnres, 2-1. Allen 1lLil11llfOl1,S two run homer WARS the highlight of the 5-3 win over Centre. UK's C. M. Newton and Ace Adams, Ceorgia's lead- ing hurler, locked in a 1.2 inning scoreless pitchers' battle that proved to be the most exeiting g,une of the year. The game broke wide open in the top of the thirteenth as tlw Bulldogs pushed over three runs. Lady Luck was with the Cats as they rallied for three runs to tie the score in the bottom half of the thirteenth when play was stopped. l The following afternoon Kentucky defeated Georgia in another thriller, 8-7. lien Zaranka cracked two homers and Guy Strong was stingy with the hits as U.K. ran its string of victories to ten. The NVildcats swept four gullies from the Tennessee Volunteers and captured the coveted Eastern Division Championship for the second consecutive year. The Cats did it the hard way-Winning three games from the Vols by the narrow margin of one run: 7-6, 5-4, and a ten in- ning battle 11-10. Kentucky faced Alabama's Crimson Tide in the play- offs and lost, 3 games to one. C. M. Newton allowed only two hits, but lost the playoff opener, 4-1 to break the Cats' victory string at 14. They lost the second game 13- 0 and bounced back to trounce the Crimson Tide by un- leashing a terrific batting attack. The Tide gained their revenge the following day defeating the Blue and White 9-1 and taking the S.E.C. Crown for 1950. Coach Frank Moseleyis nine advanced to the District Three NCAA Playoffs for the second time in two years and again, as in 1949, NVake Forest ousted the Wildcats from the double-elimination tournament. Kentucky lost the Hrst game to NVake Forest 9-4, and then bounced back to defeat Clemson, 4-2, behind the steady hurling of C. NI. Newton. The Cats advanced to the semi-finals by vir- tue of this win and were eliminated by NVake Forest 9-2. NVildness on the part of the Kentucky team led to their downfall. Walt Hirsch, who slugged two home runs in the tourney, was selected as the most valuable player for Kentucky by a group of coaches and sports writers. Walt was also placed on the NCAA regional tournament team, along with teammates Dom Fucci and Ben Zaranka. The Cats' jinx-Wake Forest-was beaten in the finals by Alabama. ,f 5 ' 'M' ,ms .' 'lr-+2 f ' iqjlff - Q ",-'f '- 7 .- Q 3 .,w. ,, A. far 14 3. 44,1 r V: 1 '4 -,P i. iii-ff H' A m, 4' fvv tilig E" lr' -mfr' 42 Q 1 ' . :W i Vi'-fa'-" tvs at Slide, Johnny, slidel Captain John Stough slides heme safely in one of the Cats' early season victories. Stough was also a demon ut second base for Kentucky. 197 its lr Front row-Mnrvin Leur, Bud Lewis, and Captnin Bill Baker. Standing-Rny Coulton, Lex Simmons, johnny Owens, and Craig Wright. Dale llurnstuhle, also a member ol' the goll' team is not shown. JOHNNY OWENS SEC singles champ 1950 Golf Team Led by the outstanding work of Johnny Owens, the Wildcat golf team rolled to twelve wins in seventeen out- ings, including a tie with Vanderbilt and only four losses. Owens became the first Kentuekian to ever win the golf singles championship of the Southeastern Conference. Ile toured the Athens Country Club course in 291 strokes -bcsting defending champion Hal Spears of Georgia by Eve strokes. In addition to Owens, the Cat linksmen were paced by the foursome of Craig Wright, Bill Baker, Bud Lewis, and Marvin Lear. As u team, Kentucky placed third in the SEC meet, fronted only by Georgia and Auburn. X Q .. k...,,A. wnamw Standing-Coach Don Seaton, Guy Weeks, Cliff Lawson, Al Bruno, Bill Farley, Ray Turner, student manager. Seated-Charles Wills, Tony Dallas, captain, Art Nuchand, and Jim Carr. TONY DALLAS Wildcat standout 1950 Track Team The Wildcat thinclads wound up their season with a 2-2 record. Kentucky's trackmen opened the season lay losing a dual meet to Vanderbilt, 87-44. In their next appearance Coach Don Seaton's charges swept over Marshall College hy a score of 74-48. In a dual meet with the Tennessee Volunteers, the Wildcats came out on the short end of an 83-41 count. Coach Seaton's cindermcn closed their dual meet season hy margining the University of Louisville, 66-56. john Netoskie scored Kentucky's only points in the SEC Track Meet at Birmingham, Alahama, placing fourth in the javelin throw. Captain Tony Dallas was the team's mainstay, consist- ently winning in the high and low hurdles as well as the high jump and the hroad jump. 199 l . A , T V' -v fy.. ,-1 , l 'v-xi L.. S-Z .-.-.49 ' ,f ,AJ Bill Evans, Ben Kanntznr, Monty Price, and Bob VVagner, all standing, listen while Coach Andy Paton outlines the 1951 tennis outlook for Bob Scherer. ' , , ' fm.: COACH ANDY PATON Cat tennis mentor Kentucky's tennis team was looking to this spring, hoping for an improvement over their 1950 record of one win against six losses. Coachecl by Andy Paton, Big Ten singles champ in '48 and winner of the NVestern Incloor Conrts title in '49, the Cat netmen ehalkecl their solo win against Berea, a cle- eisive 10-0 triumph. Their hopes for this spring were dependent on the work of Billy Evans, Monty Price, Bob Wagoner, Bob Scherer, George WVagner, and Ben Kanatzar. WVith the experience of a year's work and a fresh start, Kenton-ky's court team record shonlcl be looking better at the end of this season. Included in their 1950 reeorcl were the losses to In- diana C5-lj, Vanderbilt C8-lj, XVc-stern Kentucky Q4-SJ, Tennessee C9-01, Cincinnati Q9-0J, and Georgia Tech C6-SD. The 1951 slate listed SEC opponents Vanderbilt, Ten- nessee, and Georgia Tech. g Standing-John llurkv, Churlvs wVC'lCllll'l', john Taylor, l'Iunn- Ryland, Ili-ml Ilollnud, and Coach Algir- llvm-cm-. S1-atc-tl-Sain Blytln-, Grug lloutm-n, li, C. l"an'ris, llowoll Brainurcl, and lloh Saxton. An unfamiliar sport appuart-cl at thc- University of Kon- tucky this winter when thc 1951 N'VilclL-at swimming tc-ann maclc its appc-arancc for thx- lirst tinio sincu 1942 when the sport was cliscontinur.-cl clue to tln- war. The young Cat-fish wt-ru an im-xpc-1'i1-m-ucl crm-w as far as intcrcollc-giatu competition, but Coach 1104-cu is looking forward to the future with his group of young tanknu-n. A promising group ol' sophoinorus is pact-cl hy jar-k Macllonalcl, an outstancling hackstrokt-r and fn-c-stylt-l'g l7I'01lStStl'0liCl'S Boh Saxton ancl llc-1-Ll llollanclg hackstrolu-r Grvg lloutcng clivcrs Brucr- Kunltc-l and john Burke-g ancl two frcustylc-rs, Sain Blythm- and tht- only junior, -lack Taylor. Coach 114-1-cv also has four promising tanlu-rs in l.l'l'Sl1Il1C'Il john Bullock, Charles NVi4-clnvr, llarolcl Eaton anal Louis Karilmo. Coach Alpgic- llr-1-cv gm-ts rc-ncly to start Cal sprinlm-rs llob Saxton, ,lan-k Taylor, Sain lllytlu-, and R. C. Farris, lalur rnla-cl im-ligihlv, in n pruutict- sussion at ilu- now pool. -A-..'ll '2 all sl 201 Intramurals Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and Men's Dorms met in the final game of the 1950 football playoffs as the re- spective winners of the Fraternity Leagues and the In- dependent League. The SAE's finally won the game, 6-0, on the passing of C. M. Newton, who tossed the winning aerial to Carrol ,lacobs in the fourth quarter. A powerhouse in their league, the SAE's had rim up a total of 154 points dur- ing the season while holding their opposition to 14. Men's Dorms had swept through the independent com- petition, winning eight games and losing none. Don Graham and VVynn Moseley of Sigma Chi won the fall tennis doubles tournament, defeating Bob WVagoner and Cliff Coleman, 6-3, 3-6, 6-2, and 6-3. Sigma Alpha Epsilon's Monty Price captured the singles crown by heating Bob WVagoner, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4. 202 In the fall golf tourney, Kappa Alphais Bob Logan de- feated Bob Cregor of SAE, one-up for nine holes in the final playoff match. Sam Blythe and Ray Brown of Sigma Nu met Arthur Stoll and Cliff Coleman in the golf doubles finals, delayed past publication of the Kentuck- ian by had weather. Sigma Chiis volleyball team downed the Pi Kappa Alpha team in the finals of the volleyball tournament, 15-7, 5-15, and 15-13. The Sigs had beaten Alpha Gam- ma Rho, Phi Sigma Kappa, and Sigma Nu in their march to the championship. l'iKA registered victories at the expense of Alpha Tau Omega, SAE, and Lambda Chi Alpha. Danny Wish, of Beta Sigma Rho, won three straight games from Sid llalperen, another Beta Sig, to cop the ping-pong title. George Stone, of Kappa Alpha, won the I-M freethrow contest by hitting 41 out of 50 attempts. The SAE's Andy Polites was second with 39 out of the possible 50, and ,lack Thorpe of Delta Tau Delta made good 36 tries from the charity line. Delta Tau Delta grappled their way to the wrestling team championship, margining the second-place AG1i's, 35-29. In winning the title the Delts captured a pair of weight division titles and had four men in the runner-up spots. Division champs in wrestling were: Jim Fehr CAGIU in the 115-pound class, Doug Adamson CDTDJ in the I25-pound division, John Truitt CPiKAJ in the 145-pound class, Bill Usher CDTDJ in the 155-pound class, Dyer Rodes QSAEJ in the 165-pound weight division, Fred Neuville CAGIU in the 175-pound class, and Tommy Ilarper Cindependentl in the heavyweight division. Sigma Alpha Epsilon and the 1rVorld 1Valkers won their way into the championship game of I-M basketball for the University title. The SAE's defeated Sigma Phi Epsilon, 33-19, in the fraternity finals and the Xvorld Walkers downed the Globe Trotters, 37-30, for the Independent crown. BASKETBALL ACTION Kittens vs. Bradley Hall 1- 'VOD--Nll'll'S Dnrms, winm-rs of suflhull chumpimlship in HJ50. Ivliddh--lirynnl pr:-sa-:mls Ihr- K-Club, win- ns-rs of tho I!-150 lmskm-Umll chaunpiunship, with the-ir trophy. llotlom--Fuwnml Imwl! lntrznmwul soflhsnll au-lion Inst spring. 203 Greeks . . . Rush and rivalry . . . Pledges and paddles . Serenades and secrets P- 'DSM 5412 M81 Sx 'f mm VM e TA is l 1 I M l - . Q .: Nt 0- , v' ASX " J rx b'4qf4Alx-47 Qi gp- ' Alpha Delta Pi Alpha Delta Pi. founded in 1851, celebrated its 100th birthday on May 15, 1951 at Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, where it was founded. Beta Psi, one of 753 national chapters was installed at the University of Kentucky, December 7, 1941. Blue and white are the sorority colors, the flower is the violet. Officers: Anne Woods, president, Jane Strickler, vice president, Inez Black, seeretaryg Claire Hicks, treasurer. Members: joan Adams, Evelyn Baker, Emma Barnes, Inez Black, Gloria Bilancio, Sara Lynn Boone, Donnie Byrd, Gail Carmichael: Joan Cook, Jean Craft, Lois Craig, Sue Dossett, Marilyn Faulkner, Joyce Harrison, Claire I-licks, Frances Jones, Jane Kauffman, Joan Lindstrom, Nina Liston, Dianne McKaig, Arden Milam, Dorothy Miller, Ann Ogden, Mary Osborne, Jean Pnmphrey, Carolyn Rees, Mary Io Reynolds, Mary Jo Ridley, Nancy Steeves, Jane Strickler, Dorothy Walthall, Mary Jo West, Dorothy Wilson, Anne Woods. Pledges: Abigail Allen, Betty Andrews, Dorothy Blackwell, Bar- bara Dearien, Mary Everman, Mary Feltman, Nancy Flood, Elea- nor Gash, Claire Graves, Nancy Harp, Hallie Helvenston, Judith Henry, Charlotte justice, Suzanne McCamey, Crystal Masters, Ann Mauzy, Marrianne Payne, Geneal Peterson, Dorothy Randle, Vir- ginia Robeson, Peggy Vlfheeler. A greatly anticipated event took place early in the fall semester when thirty Alpha Delta Pi's moved lock, stock, and trophies into their new home. The formal opening took place on January 14. XVhile laborers were busily working to put finishing touches to the house, the Alpha Dclts were busy racking up honors. Mortar Board tapped Iobie Ridley, Rachel johnson and Sue Dossett. Geneal Peterson, Eleanor Gash and Arden Milam were claimed by Tau Sigma. Phi Beta also claimed Ceneal Peterson and Eleanor Gash was re- elected as cheerleader. 206 In the Held of sports, Alpha Delta Pi was runner-up in the swimming meet and took third place in the bowling tournament. Dianne Mcliaig was elected president of Eta Sigma Phi, Latin and Greek honorary. She also had roles in the Gnignol productions, "Twelfth Nighti' and "The Delugef' The Thomens Bridge Tournament was won by Claire Ilicks and Joyce Ilowze. They also took second place in the bridge competition for men and women. Sue Dossett was elected secretary of Clique and vice president of Panhellenic. joan Lindstrom made a beautiful queen as she rode the Alpha Delta Pi Stardust May Day float to make it second place winner. Rachel johnson was one of the U.K. students selected to represent the 4-II Club abroad. She spent a thrilling summer touring numerous European nations. At the same time joan Cook was Business Manager for the Kernel, Inez Black was selected as "Typical Co-Edu of the University campus. Active girls need relaxation. House parties, serenades and teas were the order of the day. The high-light of the social calendar and the last big event of the year was the annual spring formal held April 7 in the Blue Grass Room of the Student Union. 144 14 fi f A , 5 .L 2 . 9 l 9 9 in , off f' f l 'l l l 4.1 LA po.. , Qi, , A A.M: x . 6-' Q , . f ,,,, gig G 4 is 4 l , n 1. A 1... L 4.ln4.gA L4 AJ..- HJX l 4 'x A 4 x W t t, gl 5' 'S 2 7 4 rl' .aibl ,, bk , . 0 4 l A L4 .Q K' fx A v 4 l l A A Ridley, Hicks, Woods, Stricklvr, Black, Cook Dossutt, Oslmornv, Adams, llnkur, Craft, D. NVilson Fuulkncr, Wvst, Limlstrom, Bilnncio. XVnlth:lll, Mcliuig Liston, Ogden, Craig, lioonr.-, Millcr. Su-1-vvs llc-cs, Bnrnvs, Pumplnx-y, jones, Milam, KilllfYll11ll1 Byrd. Flood, Gush, lloln,-rs-son, lim-ynolds. Canwniclnu-l Mustm-rs, Wlwvlvr, Blnckwcll, liclvunston, Fvltnnm, I-Iunry Mauzy, Harp, Evm-rnum, Payne, Andn-wx, P1-turgon Ilznullo, Gruvvs, Allen, justice, D1-nricn, McCnmcy LA ,. ,if, -I O Y J' f .. -, ,KI-4' - ,.:' 'u Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Gamma Delta was founded at Syracuse University, May 30, l904. Epsilon, one of 62 national chapters, was installed at the University ol' Kentucky in l908. lled, buff, and green are the sorority colors, red and hull: roses are the flowers. Members on the University faculty are Sallie Pence, Marie Barkley, Annelle Kelley. The ehaplt-r's faculty adviser is Sallie Pence. Officers: joan Crawl'ord, president, Eleanor Yates, vice presi- dent, Mary Pardue, secretary, Frances llelton, treasurer. Members: jane Barnett, Barbara Beam, joan Claassen, Mildred Cox, Joan Crawford, Martha Sue Creal, Cynthia Cunningham, Mary Errickson, Marlene Farmer, Betty Ford, Billie jane Freeman, Frances Helton, Barbara Hughes, Betty Ilyatt, Mary Ruth Jones. Marilyn Kilgus, Virginia Lake, Ann O'Bannon, Mary Pardue, Laura Perkinson, Pat Sewell, lluth Stilz, Mary Oliver Vantrease, Margaret Wanless, Betty Wheeler, Mary Blanton Williams, Willa NVilson, Eleanor Yates. Pledges: Charlene Anderson, Kitty Anderson, Allene Bach, Mary Barnett, Gloria Beal, Norma Boster, jane Bush, Ruth Buttermore, Pat Carter, Anita Clark, Doris Clark, Betty Colley, Eloise Glenn, Betty Goessman, Ann Grillot, Jean Hardwick, Sara Heaton, Bose Ilouser, Lois Jackson, Dorothy Johnson, Shirley johnson, Dorothy Koch, Jeanette Kraeht, Ginalee Lair, Mary Jane Leake, Martha McKinney, Wanda Meier, Dorothy Montgomery, Elizabeth Patton, Marilyn Patton, joy Bingo, Martha Rogers, Dolores Shank, Peggy Sherrow, Betty Talbott, Dorothy 'l'hornbury, Polly Walker, Marilyn Youman. In each group of girls there a1'e varied talents. Some have the beauty, some have the brains, leadership, or athletic ability, some are lucky enough to have all these traits. For instance, several Alpha Cams certainly have the beauty. Mary Blanton Williams was elected Miss Christ- mas Seal of 1950, and second attendant te the military 208 queen. Mildred Cox was a Kentuckian Beauty Queen attendant, and jane Barnett was second attendant to the May Queen, Betty Lois Talbott was an ROTC sponsor. Athletic ability was shown hy the Alpha Cams who won the intramural badminton doubles and singles, tennis doubles and singles, and archery. The whole chapter had talent when everybody turned out to help win second place For homecoming decorations. It was the salne spi1'it which made the buffet supper after the North Dakota game, the Halloween hayride, and the Christmas formal hig successes. At Christmastime, Alpha Cams turned their thoughts to others less fortunate, giving a party for the Children's Bureau and caroling at the hospitals. Others in the chapter led campus organizations to new achievement. These presidents were: Betty Ford, State Ilome Ee Club, Ann O'Bannon, Tau Sigma, Eleanor Yates, Dutch Lunch Club, jane Bush, Patterson Hall. Some Alpha Cams were always hurrying around from one meeting to another, for the following organizations claimed them as members: Alpha Lambda Delta, Ruth Stilz, Cwens, Marlene Farmer, Ruth Stilz, and WVanda Meier, Mortar Board, Marilyn Kilgus, Phi Beta, Barbara Hughes, Phi 'Upsilon Omieren, Betty Ford, Phi Beta Kappa, Venita Dawson, Theta Sigma Phi, Marilyn Kilgus, WAA Council, Wanda Meier, YVVCA Cabinet, Marilyn Kilgus, Eleanor Yates, and Mary Pardue. l x 'NW ff 1.4 X ! 3 u,, 1' l-, NG .0 5 Q- i 2 2, .4 ' Y . 'l' .M ' 4 0. -0- ' ir- W A 6 Q an L V1 W ef' l-'4' -'P Q4 pe G - A-G ' A 21 .-Q -21 lg:- N! .ai 5' -vv 4 5' - G 6 a :tj - 'V 'N 1 4. bf X an 'fi Y. ,l. sr f I , I .. c ' 4. -, nv ' "A or Bo, ' R 4'-'l ' S . ' 6 , . X Q .,,xb l i I K . 5 A " ,-2 'll' 1- 'T " ' 5 0'Bnnnon, II4-lion, Crauvford. Pnrclnu, Yatus, lil-ann, Cox Hughvs, Ford, Crm-nl. VV. Wilson, Ilynll. M. jon:-s, I.. Bnrnutl VVhm-1-lor, l"r1-4-vnam, Cinnninglnnn, Kilgns, S4-wc-ll, Wunlf-ss, Fnrnn-r H:n'clWic'k, Clnsscn, Willianns, Still, Lukv, Iirrickson, Vnntrvnsc- Him-rv, Rug:-rs. Cnrlvr, Tnllml, M. B:n'm-lt, K. Anclcrson, li. Gm-ssnmn Hush, Jackson, KrnL'l1t, MC'KlllIlliQ', Grillot, Slim-rrow, C. Andi-rson Buch, D. Johnson, Coffey, H1-nl, Lcnkv, Ringo, Wulkvr llcuton, Lair, L. Patton, Thornbury, Butte-rmorc-, Yonnmun. D. Clark Rf. Patton, A. Clark, Koch. Glu-nn, House-r, Bostcr, Montgomery. Shank -nm it X .g i as 9 l U X 1 -fi ' 'f W 'A e fvw Alpha Xi Delta Alpha Xi Delta was founded at Lombard College, Galeshurg, Illinois, in 1898. Xi, one of thc 67 national chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1908. Double blue and gold are the sorority colorsg the pink Killarney rose is the flower. Officers: Mary Ann McQuaid, president, Annette Siler, vice president, Carolyn Freeman and Wilma Million. secretariesg Mar- tha Milburn, treasurer. Members: Dorothy Allen, Joan Bobbitt, Claire Carlburg, Dor- othy Combs, Yolande Coulter, Beth Dean, Carolyn Freeman, Martha Gauntt, Donna Hall, Jane Hays, Frances Henslee, Alice Higgins, Jane Hunter, Margaret Larkin, Patricia McCutcheon, Bert McKenna, Mary Ann MeQuaid, Mary Meade, Martha Milburn, Wilma Million, Linda Patteson, Mary Jayne Pinson, Elise Quigley, Robbie Robinson, Dorothy Schmidt, Annette Siler, Marilyn Steele, Suzanne Swayze, Marge Swint, Betty Jo Vaughan, Charlotte Wat- son, Alma Lee Wilson, Bobbie Dean Yates. Pledges: Betty Beheler, Joan Behrens, Betty Bishop, Bettye Blevins, Sara Bohbitt, Marie Caslick, Alison Chapman, Jean Corrill, Peggy Day, Jeanne Durrett, Minerva Fricke, Mary Gudgel, Myra Henslee, Josephine Hensley, Sally Hill, Aleie Howard, Barbara In- sko, Sarah Keneipp, Yvonne King, Elaine Kirkpatrick, Jane Lewis, Mary Marston, Dwyn McKenna, Anne McNeill, Mary Norman, Martha Norwood, Betty Ogden, Marilyn Overfield, Ruth Swift, Ruth Trefz, Gretchen Von Bargen, Nancy Yount. When September came gliding silently around, Robed in sun- shine and fragrant flowers, the Alpha Xi's with their golden quills began many pleasant and fun-filled hours. Rush, as we all so fondly remember, Was truly a big and won- derful success. We pledged thirty bright and smiling girls. Alpha Xi had really been blessed. Soon classes started and intramurals began, School was getting into full swing. We won the runners-up bowling trophy, Life was becoming routine. 210 Then pop-corn pops came into the picture to bring an hour of gaiety. When every other week we met to entertain a fraternity. Bobbie Dean Yates, U.K.'s cheerleading manager successfully led the pledges through the fabulous Sigma Chi Derby, And over and under and through many wedges. Hollywood invaded our Alpha Xi Delta. It was not an invasion that one would fear 'cause Marshall Thompson came to luncheon, And was named Sweetheart of the Year. We scored another hit on the sweetheart scene. Martha Gauntl struck the winning blow, When at their annual Snowball Formal, She was named Sweetheart of ATO. Several honorary fraternities look to Alpha Xi for new names and faces iwhieh I will listj to be added most proudly to their rolls of membership. ' Phi Beta now claims Miss Bobbie Dean Yates as one of its newer members, And Bcta Gamma Sigma added Dorothy Schmidt to its rolls of buyers and vendors. Annette Siler who last year added to the ranks of her golden quill a Phi Beta pin and Mortar Board, Has this year added more still. Chi Delta Phi and Pi Mu Epsilon claimed her heart as theirs. But Phi Beta Kappa could not he outdone, So its key she also wears. After taking first and second place in all-campus sing in the tW0 preceding years, We practiced many long, hard hours to keep OUI' record clear. 'Then came April and romantic spring and parties and dances gay. Alpha Xi's own Rose Formal highlighted the seventeenth day- Now that the school year is gone, And exams are over at last, We can only sit and reminisee of the parties and fun of the pmif- Dear Alpha Xi, wc'll never forget the happiness and the thrill that we have received from being girls of the golden quill. 6 13 ww J 919 0 I SJ. i x . X, K Q 6 it g- 41' - .fa . v Q ' 2? " T' Aff A iwm f gh fl-- ' QW - 4. " E' N K T: W Q , -'H iv, . , . . - . . X' PW' Q. ...,-f 'Q 4 'K QL 2. 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Insko. Friuku. HL-nslui' 'f '44 O 1 Q - l F, f. . - , li' ,. 0 ., ..., ' -I" .- Chi Omega E Chi Omega was founded at the University of Arkansas on April 5, 1895. Lambda Alpha chapter was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1914. Her colors are cardinal and straw, and her flower is the white carnation. Members in the faculty are Margaret Bruce Cruise, Louise Curry, Diane Robertson, and Nancy Shinnick. Officers: Linda A. Smith, presidentg Ann Kirtley, vice presidentg Polly Day, secretary, Elizabeth Ross, treasurer. Members: Frances Barnett, Emily Barron, Dorothy Baylies, Betsy Billiter, Lucia Bland, Leslie Boteler, Betty Betts, Ann Boyd, Harriet Chambers, Gracia Cochran, Polly Day, Charlene Davies, Betsy Dodge, Marion Ferguson, Alice Fisher, Margaret Garrett, Ruth Halvorsen, Priscilla Haneher, Sally Haneher, ,lane Bell Hoffman, Ann Hayden Insko, Elma Kirkpatrick, Ann Kirtley, Barbara Kreig- er, jane LaFolli-tte, Spencer McClure, Julia Minor, Pat Moore, Nancy Nunnelly, Betty Carol Pace, Joan Prichard, Elizabeth Ross, Bonnie Sharp, Mary Shinnick, Linda Smith, Lydia Wagers, Jane Webb, ,lane Wolf, Mattie Wood, Mary Lillard Young. Pledges: Emily Campbell, Marion Clay, Bobby Congleton, jane Crawley, Lou Ann Drymon, Jean Ennis, Mary Hamilton, Patricia Ilervey, Marilyn Jody, Pat Jones, Ann Latta, Ann McDadc, Carol Milkey, Mildred Murphy, Ann Oldham, Betty Patton, Betty Payne, Carmen Pigue, Anita Raidt, Elizabeth Rollins. Kim Sanford, Bar- hara Weesner, Connie Young. Chi Omega received the Scholarship Cup for the best pladge-active standing, for the second year in succession. Sara Mae Green, Chi Omega's most outstanding senior in 1950, received the Sullivan Medallion for the most out- standing woman in the senior class, and Jeanne Ilarrell won the National Inter-State NVomen's Oratorical Con- test. Mary Shinnick received the Kentucky Press Associa- tion Award for the Outstanding Sophomore in journalism, Homecoming Queen in 1951 was Pat Moore, who was Kentuekian Beauty Queen in 1950. Pat jones was chosen Daisy Mae at Key's Sadie Ilawkins Dance. Initiated into Mortar Board was Priscilla Haneher, Phi Beta, Betsy Dodge and Ann Hayden Inskog Phi Sigma Iota, Sally Haneher, Joan Prichard, and Mary Shinniekg Theta Sigma Phi, Mary Shinnickg and into Cwens, Pat Moore and Liz Ross. 212 Outstanding achievements included: Sally Haneher became president of Chi Delta Phi, treasurer of Phi Beta, and vice president of the YWCA, Betty Carol Pace was elected vice president of the League of Women Voters, and Mary Lillard Young was corresponding seeretaryg Mary Shinnick was secretary of Troupersg Pat Moore was vice president of Alma Magna Mater. and Ann Kirtley was secretary-treasurer. Most Outstanding senior in 1951 was Priscilla l-lancher, who dedicated the Memorial Coliseum to the Fine Arts. Pris was president of the Women's Administrative Coun- cil, and was in charge of the Stars in the Night program. She was also president of Phi Beta. Editor of the 1951 Kentuckian was Mary Shinnick, and Polly Boteler was assistant managing editor. The annual Economics Award presented to the student with thc highest standing student in that field. was given to Ann Kirtley. Guignol presented jerry Finelfs "T he Deluge," and Sally and Pris Haneher were cast in parts, and performed to the extreme satisfaction of all-even the author! At long last! That isn't a car display room or the Fine Arts Building Annex. lt's the permanent home of Chi Omega. Come visit us, and you'll know how a fish feels. Come and meet our new housemother, Mrs. Peggy I-lenry. of Mt. Sterling. Chi Omega is proud to have her, and hope that she will be the Chi Omega housemother for a long, long time. ,l r G- V it . 2 , , '.',.-L , A 1 . ' f' , rr I 4 " 9 ef ' ji 'Wx Q, in .r r ., 4 W an 4: 5 r r 5 r . 'T' is , K A ' A Q N fewffw r It L' , . me .qu I A Af? ,P . l f ' f wr r 'U 7 J- 'Y K fr 529 -if p T F 6 rf Sv I L ff K 'QQ M - 'J if 4 " Y N ' , , A wr , , ' if , Af' ' " ' A ,v 1 Q' 5 W- N, 6 K 'W F55 5 -9 ,1 .' K ' 4' ,4 W ,sfk . J P. Ilnnchvr, Ln1"oll4.-ttv, Dny, Ross, Kirllvy. Smith, Shinnick S. Ilnncher, Wa.-hh, Dodge, Kirkpatrick, Bolts. McClure, Botvlc-r Pncv, Sharp, Bland, Young, Garrett, Insko. Boyd Hulvorsvn, Billitvr, Hoffmnn. VVolf, Wood, Wngvrs, Prichard Moore-, Cochrnn, Oldhmn, Bnylivs, Krivgvr, Nnnnollcy, Barron Sanford, Wvusnvr, Patton, Jody, ML-Dndv, Milkuy, Hnnlilton Murphy, Payne, Ennis, I. Crawley, Pigno, Congleton, Rnidt Rollins, Hervey, Clay, Jomfs, L. Crawley, Drylnon, Lnttn, Cannphvll in Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta was founded at Boston University in 1888. Delta Rho, one of 96 national chapters, was installed at the Uni- versity of Kentucky in 1923. Silver, blue and gold are the sorority colors, the pansy is the flower. Almmme in the facility are jane llaselden, Virginia Baskett and Dr. Betsy Estes. Officers: Arden Bullock, president, Mary McKinley, vice presi- dent, Patsy Futrell, secretary, ,lean Perrine, treasurer. Members: Eleanor Addams, Betty Ball, Madge Barnett, Betty Brown, Dottie Brown, Betty Buckley, Arden Bullock, Nancy Camp, Carol jean Carter, Kathleen Carter, Mary Duke, Shirley Ellis, Ann Foote, Patsy Futrell, Charlotte Gerrod, Ann Horning, Joan johnson, Leliuth jones, Lucy King, Phyllis Kloeeker, Mary Ann Lamb, Sylvia Makepeace, Mary McKinley, Priscilla McVey, Annelle Miller, Cortlie Lee Moody, Carolyn Park, Ann Perrine, jean Perrine, Joan Pfeiffer, Mary Pollitte, Nancy Richards, Kathie ltidgell. ,loan Sparks, Barbara Storm, Betty Tipton, Ann Tracy, Peggy Ward, Jean War- ren, jean Williamson, jane Wyatt. Pledges: Mary Jo Buie, Mary S. Chappell, Pattie Christine, Dorothy Dickson, Anne Downing, Martha Driskill, Gretel Croos, Gay Hamilton, Marjorie I-Iarris, Io Doris Hoover, Mary Lee Hunt, Eloise Nantz, Jane Martin, Dorothy Pfeiffer, Virginia Preston, Barbara Russman, Peggy Sabel, Mary Sigler, janet Stone, Omerea Thomas, Joyce Wallingford. Tri-Delts won first place for the second year in the fraternity-sorority competition in Lanccsl Carnival. A 214 Travel Agency was the theme of the booth. Four Tri- Delts reigned as sponsors of carnival booths, and Gay llamilton was crowned Lances' Queen. The Sigma Chis initiated a Derby on the campus this fall, and ,Io Hoover was chosen Queen of the Big Top. The most coveted beauty honor at UK was bestowed upon Madge Barnett, when she was chosen Kentuckian Queen for 1951. An- other Tri-Dclt beauty, Priscilla Mc-Vey, was second at- tendant in the queen's court. These honors followed the honor Nancy Camp won last spring when she was a member of the May Court. lndividual members prominent in activities this year were Arden Bullock, secretary of Block and Bridle, and Betty Ball, vice president of the Student Union Board. ln scholarship, the chapter won the cup for highest pledge standing. Carol jean Carter and Betty Buckley were received into Cwens, the sophomore honorary, Ann Foote was a member of Kappa Delta Pi, and Trip Moody and Carol jean Carter were in Tan Sigma. On the Tri-Delt social calendar were such events as the Christmas party for orphans, the Founderls Day Banquet, the Spring tea dance, a senior breakfast, alumnae and Mother's Day teas, and serenades. ' fbi tyng I A v J. l X! 3 Q 1, W , A. ! ,. li' 1 in fi N so '- f 4 i if LQ I VW L 5- A+ , 'R rl W eg. , es- ,,,, W K M 1 Y , . , l 1.25-1. '55 2" . I L. 1 . f ' 1 1 65 , I , 4-fi :W 5' s. "' is Mn ll W ,Q V ' , A lk ff, gms- ' V L Q K inf:- '- A Q, A ,gr AV x rf f , 1 4 i , X. ,gg -1- er if if 4. f . f ng, Q' 9 rg, gi T l linll. J. Pm-rrim-, l"nlri-ll, Bullock, ML-Kinlcy, Curtcr, jom-s Riclinrcls, Purk. Williamson, lvlukupcnuc, llurnctl, A. Porrino, Moody Sparks, Tipton, Brown, llidgell, Cinnp, J. Pfeiffer, Tracy Buckley, Addams. Wyutt. MCVL-y, johnson, King, Lamb Pollittc, Ellis, I-Iorning, Word, McGury, Gnrrvd, Wnrron Dickson, Dukv, Curtur. Foote, Miller, Mm-tin, Stone Sigler, Hamilton, D. Pfeiffer, Downing, Buiv, Hoover, Groos Hunt, Driskill, Russmnn, Preston, Nnntz, Snbvl, Christine Chappell, Wnllinglbrd, Thomas, Hnrris Delta Zeta Delta Zeta was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, in 1902. Alpha Theta, one of 88 national chapters was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1923. Old rose and vieux green are the sorority colors, the Kilarncy rose is the Hower. Faculty adviser and member is Miss Mildred Lewis. Officers: Lorraine llaria, president, Marjorie Hedges, vice presi- dent: Barbara Wayman. secretaryg Edna Witten, treasurer. Members: Auellcn Bowne, Phyllis Cliver, Ann Colburn, Kath- erine Cook, Mary Cook, Patricia Graham, Barbara Hall, Marjorie lledges, jean Howard, Lorraine llaria, Eloise Lorch, Doris Jean Lycau, Barbara McGhee, Lois Payne. Shirley Porter, Nita Powers. Priscilla Sachse, Dorothy Scath. Barbara Wayman, Katherine Weber, Frances West. Pledges: Itose Blair, Joyce Brown, Kathleen Brown, Imogene Chatteu, Joyce Cooley, Shirley Coyle, Joanne Ferring, Negia Gil- pin, Lillias Kelley, Bonnie Lewis, Madeline MacMillan, Mary jo Maddox, Soula Murguritis, Peggy Martin, Ann Melntire, Marion liussell, Sylvia Simmons, Mary Ann Turner, joan Van BL-her, Barbara VVilliams, Louise VVilson. Since letter writing is attracting so much attention in the newspapers this year, Cforgive me, llarryl l'll relate my information in essay form. Our president, Lorraine llaria, returned from the Na- tional Delta Zeta Convention at Mackinac Island. Michi- gan, with the news that Alpha Theta had been given the award for the outstanding chapter in our province. The scholarship cup, given to the sorority whose active chapter has the highest scholastic standing, has taken its place alongside the numerous other trophies which line the shelves in our dining room. The beautiful cup given by ODK to the organization selling the most ODK tags, now graces the mantle of our living room. At Lances' Carnival, the DZs helped rid the students oi' their grudges and grievances by allowing themselves 216 to be dunked into a tub ol' cold water. Ol' course, in order to do this, you had to hit a small hole in the board. which was no easy task. Delta Zeta was represented in the Homecoming Beauty Queen Contest by a native Kentuekian, Lois Payne, from Newport, Lois, one of the five finalists and first attendant to the queen, served her day of rule with regal splendor. Our house was honored by one of its rooms winning third place in the room judging contest. At Christmas, instead of exchanging presents among ourselves, we entertained and played Santa Claus to six under-privileged children. We were more than rewarded for our efforts hy the smiles and words of gratitude we received. Our big social event of the year, the White Ball, was held in the ballroom of the Phoenix llotel. The decora- tions earried out our sorority colors of rose and green. Our new houseinother, Mrs. Ida liardesty, contributed much to our feeling of "one big happy family." Through her thoughtfulness we were supplied with cokes during those trying days of exam week. She added the "extra" touches that made the house seem like home. The Delta Zetas are well represented in honoraries and other campus organizations. Our domestic girls are Eloise Lorch, June Whitten, and Dorothy Seath, members of Phi Upsilon Omicron. Dot served as president for the last year. In the literary field, we have Kathryn Weber, his- torian of Chi Delta Phi.. Representing us in Mortar Board is Dorothy Seath. Nita Powers, vice president of Suky, insures the support of Delta Zetas in all sports events. M1 ee ax Nlxty s 7' Vi, :P QQ? q lu Q, 1 :FA z Sm x 1,31 F W H .fr wg- ' A la -' W ' Q fe- wx A I ... aww QI "n ., l H : A ., 'L q"q, ,ww Q 3 M Pmvm-rs, llvclgcs, NVuymam. llnrial. With-lx Clivm-r, Purim-r, Colburn, Hull, West ML-Glu-1-, Lnrch, lluwnrcl, Grnlmm, M. Cooko K. Cook, South. Sm-lm-, Lyman, Paym- ,l. llruwn, l'lluir, Cnlliv, Wvln-r, Bowm- M:u'y.!an'ilis, Williams. Chultvn, K. llrnwn, 'l'lll'IH'l' Vun Ill-ha-r, Mvlntyra-, Gilpin, K4-llvy, Martin Russell, Lewis, Simmons, Coyle, F:-rrimz, MucMillnn 4. il in rv a, A4 f'. tl," ' if S H Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta was founded at DePauw College, Green- castle, Indiana, in 1870. Gamma iota, one of 75 national chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1945. Black and gold are the sorority colors, the pnnsy is the flower. Member in the faculty is Norma Cass. Officers: Carolyn Critchlow, presidentg Martha Durham and Clara Early, vice presidents, Louise Mt-Dowell, secretary, Mary Strode. treasurer. Members: Mary jo Bishop, Judy Blood, Ann Bohon, Nancy Brown, Betty Bryant, Mary jo Chase, Mary Crafton, Carolyn Critchlow, Martini Durham, Clara Early, Kathie Hall, Henrietta Hill, Marjorie King, Louise McDowell, Anita Mills, Margery Mitchell, Barbara Montague, Judy Pannell, Zoe Parker, Joyce Reynolds, Harriet Bussell, Betty Ann Stoll, Marian Stone, Mary Strode, Margaret Toms. Betty White, Louisa Wilson, Martha Wil- son, Dorothy Wood. Pledges: Martha Lee Bach, Nancy Ballard, jane Bartlett, Scottie Bell, Mary Bird, Betty Blake, Margaret Brannon, Ann Carson, Dora Coleman, Ann Crane, Ioan Crouse. Nancy Davis, jean Dilling, Rosemary Foster, Judy Hager, Coleman Hunter, jackie james, Kay King, Margaret Little, Ruth Mantle, Mary McKay, Ann McKeel, Maureen Mefford, Martha Menaugh. Lucille Mills, Sue Newell, Polly Puryear, Pat Risen, Diane Roddick, Bonnie Shupert, Alice Stansbury, Sarah Taylor, Ginny Todd, Beryl Webster, Yvonne Yates. The Theta kite flies high on the U.K. campusl After a very successful rush season, 29 wonderful girls were wearing the black-gold pledge pin of KAT. 218 Three of the five beauties who reigned over Kentucky's Homecoming events were Betty Blake, Rosemary Foster, and Alice Stansbury. Betty Blake was chosen "Dream Girl" of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity and Sitty Russell was selected "Dream Girl" of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Louisa Wil- son and Betty Blake were attendants to the Kentuckian Beauty Queen. NVe continued our project of going to the V.A. Hos- pital once a month to dance, sing, and talk with the vet- erans in order to help prepare them for life after they leave the hospital. Our housemother, Mrs. Bennie Wil- liams, who is a "Cray Lady" at the hospital, is very enthusiastic about our service project and has been of invaluable assistance to ns. Theta was well represented at the Sugar Bowl by cheerleaders Betty White and Nancy Brown, and by Sitty Russell, sponsor of the "Marching l00." New Orleans made such an impression on us that we used the French Quarter as the theme of our dance which was given the first week after we got back to school. Activity girls, Betty Bryant and Martha Durham, were busy with the Student Union Board. Marge Mitchell was selected for membership in Mortar Board, Ann Davis Bohon was tapped for Alpha Lambda Delta and Zoe Parker was 'elected to Cwens. We were very proud of pledges Lucille Mills and Kay King who were elected to Tau Sigma. iul ,K l , " ' l ii E 100' wi gg ll, i fr? ' x ig , A Q!! 3 hw W, an wx G' 6. L43 --sr, ,il i Af- H, 427 if -3 F, , Kg QF xx A .F Q 'un rr ' V .Q ar , Q- ' E ,xg M x -. if ' ,V f - I i' Q for K Qi.. Y vffTg'l 'X "H , ,Q 45' I wg, Q., 'Tw .. I wwf in 4 6' . 'C' Q 4' Q' - I . 'ff' , .,. . . 3 an .a . 3 v f Q VW 9 4' Us K 'QW Q' . ' ,J f ' My W. 3' K 5 C, ' . F.- ,q,. h f 5,1 . ' : 0 W Is.. , "1'- ,V fx. . . N. 1 QA. . K X 5 ANL. 1 7 Q, Q .fi all , .-.I .2 Stnnv. Durham. Slroclv. Crilclmlow. Nlvllmu-ll. Early. llnssvll liryanl. Whilu. A. Mills. Stoll, Bishop. Hill, Wilson Monlagui-, Toms, M. King. Craltoa. Nlitclu-ll, Wood, Clmsc Brown, Emlmumlsim, Yah-s, llohon. 'Ianni-s. l.. Mills, 'l'u1.ld Slansbury, Barth-tt, Blalu-. liird. Foslvr. Nm-wi-ll, Ballard Davis, Risen, Carson, Shupn-rl, l-luator. Rodiliuk, Taylor McKay, Hager, Cola-man. ML-Km-vi, Cruusv. Mantli-, Brannon Bell, Bach. M1-nangh. XVl'llSit'l'. K. King. Cram-. M1-Bord Dilling, Little, Puryear ii' ,. jg. rf' 'P u,,,,or -nv 9. QQ. C 'U Pvh S Q. S591 Kappa Delta Kappa Delta was founded at Virginia State 'l'eachers College. lfarmville, Virginia, in 1897. Epsilon Omega, one of 77 national chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1910. Olive green and white arc the sorority colors, the white rose is the flower. Member in facility is Martha Geraldine Carr. Officers: Catherine Cure. presidentg Patricia Patterson, vice president, Mary Dudley llarrod, secretaryg Rachel Moody, treas- urer. Members: Betty Jo Anderson, Ruth Bishop, Louise Borie, Carol Chambers, Catherine Cure, Pat Ennis, Joan Ennis, Joan Graham, Dorothy I-Iarrod, Mary Dudley Harrod, Dorothy Honaker, Jeanne llubhard, Karen Kennedy, Mildred Kirehdorfer, Ruth Lennox, Betty Paul Linney, Judith Luigart. Ruth Ann Maggard, Rachel Moody, Elaine Nichols, Barbara Odell, Marianna Parker, Patricia Patterson, Marcheta Haney, Elizabeth Rodgers, Lois Romanowitz. June Sandusky, Judy Sheets, Mary Simpson. Carolyn Taylor, Fran- cis 'l'aylor. Nancy Thompson. Lou Toombs. Pledges: Marilyn Acker, Kay Alleusworth, Elizabeth Archer. Beatrice Bergman, Carolyn Borie, Mary Ann Bradford, Shirley Ann Bryant, Nancy Doolittle, Joyce Fisher, Marta Gehrling, Betty Uevedon. Sarah Givens, Delores Graber, Joyce Hamrick, Nancy llarris, Anne Hart, Janet Haycraft, Dorothy Jarvis, Susanne Loh- man, Ann Long, Betty McLean, Tillie Metzger, Joyce Nelson, Jean Phelps, June liobiuson, Doris Jean Boss, Barbara Stivers, Mary Tucker, Rosemary Tully, Phyllis Warren, Doris Weaver. Thanks to our wonderful housemother and alumnae KD started the year with a completely redeeorated house. l"or proof of how beautiful it is, on November 19, the room judging cup was presented to Kappa Delta's Judy Sheets and Mimi Kirchdorfer for having the most out- standing room in any sorority house on the campus. Kap- pa Delta boasts that it has won the eup for the past seven years! I Jobie Anderson rode ofi' with all blue ribbons at the annual Block and Bridle llorseshow, October 31. 220 XVhcn Homecoming rolled around this year, the KDs were ready and waiting to receive top honors. Steaming the Kentucky "NVildeats" and icing the Florida "Gators," we marched off with the Homecoming decorations trophy. Dorothy llarrod and Jeanne Hubbard were Kentucky's two delegates to the National Cwens convention at Penn- sylvania State College. At the annual Kentuekian dance, KD's own Lois Ho- manowitz was honored as being first attendant to the Kentuekian Queen. Early in the fall the men of Pershing Bifles crowned Carolyn Borie as their sponsor for 1950-51 at their an- nual dance. KDs were a mighty proud bunch when we won the volley ball trophy again this year. But we were equally proud when Nancy Harris played the role of "Viola" in the Guignol production of "Twelfth Night." As a special project we presented a Tlianksgiving bas- ket and clothes to a needy Lexington family and played Santa Claus to their children at Christmas, We also en- tertained some under-privileged children with a Christ- mas party at the Chapter house. Individual members prominent in activities are: Pa- tricia Patterson, SGA, Dorothy llonaker, president of WAA, Judith Luigart and Doris Jean Ross, Tau Sigma. In scholarship, Patricia Patterson is president of Alpha Lambda Delta, and secretary of Cwensg Jeanne Hubbard is a member of 'Cwensg Carol Chambers was nominated for Mortar Board, Nancy Harris, Phi Beta and Phi Up- silon Omieron, and Karen Kennedy, Phi Upsilon Omieron. WRC 46 ,Fi 43 qv, ,N sg ' ,sh wg! :f U. 4? LV gi, H fm 'Tn 'lisx QU, Q- 1 is 6- , gy Y ,gy Y 42,5 A . I - x A . A Aix K I C Q la 1. K ,L M M .2 :Q Q Q si, , fi W 5. ov. t. .V "' fi ' a xx 4' ' L,,!k X I , A. fg. 'K f 'A if :J 5 . , 4? 5 X, 5' o . . gm, X HH! wr A N "" Af-. 5 in 2.5 , A -S up S KJ. -9 C 5 as - 'I X4 rl if ft. M , if All I l v v h g.5,.qT A .-3'J'x .W N Q. J YL 1 S us. rd .51 A uw vim, Y 1 N ' Q " .4 SQW 1' ,pf " SQ. R S. Q V Q U f Q 4 :. Wiz? l A is iivlgga-6' , X 'lo , I Ill ri.. P' ll vga x, X , .W , Q gl ... mu. ir. w 6- . 0- fv L-pf ' X . .wir " if M ' ' 0' 'Qi IZ-4 415 . . K1-nncdy, Purkcr, Grnhmn, D. Ilnrrod, Honukm-r, Kirchdorfvr, Patrick Chumhurs, Odell, M. Hurrod, Simpson, Rodgers, Shui-ts, Luignr! Hubbard, Boriu, Lenox, C. Taylor, Linnuy, Romamowitz, Bishop Nichols, Thompson, Moody, Muggurd, Sandusky, F. Taylor, Putt:-rson Cure, Doolittle, Hurris, Bradford, Lohman, Toombs, Tully Wurrun, W. Tuukur, M. 'I'uckur, Mctufgcr, liuncy, Boric, MULL-an Archer, Nelson, Hurt, Stivcrs, Gcvcdon, Gchrling, Wuuvur Huycruft, Ackcr, Ross, Phelps, Bryant. Ilumrick, Bergmann Pnparniu, Jarvis. Fischer. Givens, Robinson. Long. Allcnsworth, Gruber 4 " 5 i b .rff '. -f... 1, r u I 1, il' A I '.. Q-B' 3 fl- ik 1.,f Q.. 4 Kappa Kappa Gamm Kappa Kappa Gamma was fomuled at Monmouth College, Mon- mouth, Illinois. in l870. Beta Chi. one of 82 national chapters. was installed at the University oi' Kentucky in 1910. Dark and light hlue are the sorority eolorsg the ileur-de-lis is the flower. Members on the University facility are jane Middleton and Ann VVilson. Faculty adviser is Ann VVilson. Officers: Elizabeth Heiss, president: ,Ioan Kavanaugh. vice presidenlg Murray Tilton. seeretaryg Frances Vance, treasurer. Memhers: Beth Bartlett, Nancy Bradl'ord. Mm'y llolmes Brand, judy Bright, Nancy Bright, Doris Catlin. Catherine Fitch, Sally Cano. Joan Ilaftler, Ann I1all, Martha llavely, Bette Heiss. jane lngels, Nancy james. Ioan Kavauaugh, jane Kelley, Ann Macklin. Susan Macklin, Ioan Martin, Betsy Maury. Marilyn McDonald, Bettie Nash, Edwina Prewitt, Mary I.ou Priestly, Barhara Shank- lin, Bose Talhert. Murray Tilton, Frances Vance, Charlotte Van Den-u, Mary jane VVest, Ann 1Vinlmuru, Julie Yager. Pledges: Betty Barhee, Carolyn Biekel, Betty Bower. jane Clark. Mary Devereaux, Sue Easly, Margaret Elliott, Nancy Fields. jackie Graul. Kitty Hanly. Ann llollis, joeline Lewis. Judy Long. Cherrie Moore, Elizahetli Owens. Talitha Reid, Sue Rich. Barliara ltoutt, Gayle Sands,-fur, Sara Scohee. Barbara Smith, Elizabeth Smith. Mary Carol Smith, Jenny Snidow, Joyce Stevens. Ellen Tetxel, Mary Van Meter, Lucy Ward. 1950 has been a succesful year for the Kappas! It start- ed ofi' with a hang as Ann Guthrie was crowned Mardi Cras Queen, Doris Eith was attendant to the May Queen, Mary Van Meter attendant to the Kcntuckian Beauty Queen, and Susan Macklin was runner-up in the Miss Christmas Seal contest. ,lune found Bettie Nash chosen "Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alphafi and a gorgeous trophy adorning our mantle. ' 222 The Kappas prominent in activities were: Bette lleiss. president of the Panhellenie Couneilg ,Ioan Kavanangh, president of the League ol' XVomen Votersg Charlotte Van Deren, president ot' Cwens. llonors night found Catherine Fitch, Ann llall, Mari- lyn NleDonald, Charlotte Van Deren, and Frances Vance tapped for Cwensg Charlotte and Catherine tapped for Alpha Lambda Deltag jane Blount tapped for Phi Upsi- lon Omierong ,loan Kavanaugh, Chi Delta Phig Edwina Prewitt, Kappa Delta Pi. The Mort-.ir Board Scholarship award went to Martha llavely, and Charlotte Carr won the Citizenship Award to the Outstanding Senior XVoman. Kappa songsters placed in the finals ot the All-Campus Sing. Next came our May Day Circus Float, and formal at the Lexington Country Club. Following a wonderful rush week we welcomed 30 grand pledges and got to work on the Lanees Carnival and llomecoming display. About this time the room judging contest took place. The Kappas are now the proud possessors of a lovely silver howl awarded for the most attractive house on campus. A few weeks later we were runners-up in the intramural howling tournament sparked hy Barbara Slianklin and Beth Bartlett. As the new year, 1951 starts, Kappas a1'e eagerly look- ing forward to many exciting activitiesg warhling in the All-Campus Singg intramuralsg the exciting lmeauty con- tests, lloatsg and to many fond memories as we have of the wonderful hall'-century year. if .Q i gb f wk mix I Lg XA ' ..,' ,wi 5- 3 5' AG W- Q 9 ' if 6- as 1 NG, - K an E sw sw 'x Qs 4, n L 0- x A Macklin. Kawaumuizli. Vain-o. Hi-iss, Tillnn. Winhurn. Wi-st Nh-Donnlcl. Martin. Nash. Barth-ll. liuslvy, Pre-Witt. Mnnry Bright. Fitch, Cnnu, Shzmklin, 'l'ailh1-rt. llramcl. llull Yugvr, Ingvls, llzwvly, Vain Durvn. Catlin. Owl-ns, K1-lly Brmlfurcl, R4-id, Ward, lloull. Elliott. lIad'l'h-r. Pri:-sllvy Grnul, Long, Fields, Snidow. Van: lNli-lm-r. Snndcfnr, Clnrlc M. Smith, Scohcu, Burlwv, 'I'vtm'l. Stl-plwns. E. Smith. liickc-l Moore. Rich. llrigzhk. B. Smilh. llunluy, Luwis. llrmllis Dove-ruuilx. Bower Zeta Tau Alpha Zeta 'I'au'Alpl1a was founded at Virginia State Normal College in I898. Alpha Chi, one of 833 national chapters. was installed at the University of Kentucky in l924. Turquoise hlue and steel gray are the sorority eolorsg the white violet is the Hower. 0l'ficers: Eva VValsh. president: Sara Dugan and Agues lluteh- inson, seeretariesg Louise Martin, treasurer. ltlemhersz Clarahelle Burkhart, Jayne Ann Butt. Edith Cones. lfflizahetli Conner, Sara Ann Davidson, Lee Dillon, Eunice Dixon. Sara Dugan, lla Caskin, Nancy Gaskin, Judith I-Iuniphries, Agnes llutehinson, Mary Ingles, May Leach, Louise Martin, Dorothy Ann Neal, Ronna liiehterkessing, Eva Walsh, Nancy Watlington, Betty jane Welili. Pledges: Frances Barnes, Sallie liroadus, lloherla Bryson, jean Campbell, Barb Copcns. ,lane Exon, Marie Coggin. Put Green, Florence Hamm. Betty Hazel, Mary Ellen Hague, Lois jean Hol- land, Patsy ,lo Hunter, Mary Lee Lannners, Joellen MeNutt, Betty Lee Nehletl, Patricia Osten, jan Ovelgonne, Lois Petersen, Tommye Pirtle. The Zetas returned from summer vacations to a new chapter house at 404 Linden Walk. We introduced it to campus society, first, with rush parties and then with open houses for fraternities. 224 Our new pledge class got right into the spirit of things and came home from the Sigma Chi Dcrhy with top honors. .lane Exon was pledged to Phi Beta, Mary Ellen llogue and Pat Green were named members ol' the Ker- nel statfg Sallie llroadus was pledged to Phi Sigma Iota. Not to he outdone hy the pledges, our actives are prominent in campus affairs. Sara Dugan was pledged to Phi Upsilon Olnicron, and directed Religious Emphasis week on campus, Dorothy Neal was elected secretary of the League of yVomen Voters, vice president of the Young Democrats Cluh, and a member of lNlademoiselle's Nlagazine College Boardg Nancy Gaslcin is feature editor of the Kernel and a member of Theta Sigma Phi. VVe won second place in the sorority room judging competition-hut then we had expected our girls to shine. After last spring's honorsg an attendant to the Mardi Gras Queen, and ROTC company sponsor and a bagful of intramural trophies-what could they do hut carry on? X X ff mb wr ll r li ll . ' l 5 ,1 r r rf l if ff l fl Wi , r -gl wr .4 l 1. . ' if ,. -iq, ' K ' K t t l ' ki! G Q Q .A .. I 1 Q . i 115, fl' U , r . l . "?" Q L. " "q'i H n l llutulrinsun. Walsh. Dugan. Nm-ul. Martin Dillon. Com-s. Gnskin. Ilia-lull-rkm-ssing, lngols Dixon. NVulalm, Ls-nclm, Gnskin. Bull X4-lrlvll. Willlllllllllll, Burklmrl. Davidson, Conm-1 Exon. Bnrm-s. Grucn. Coggin, Bryson llo1.:uv. Bmzulus, CODUIIS, I'Iilll'llll, Cillum Pirtlv. Ostcn, I-Iollamcl, McNutt, l'Illlllt'l' llum-l. Pr-tc-rson. Campbell. Ovvllonm- ef- - -R .QW hr Tau 1 ha Pi ll! P Goldstein, Nalnn, Sonnahend, Blumenthal, Clariek Cohan, Perlmutter, Cohen, Barish Tau Alpha Pi was founded at the University of Kentucky in l945. Cold and lmrown are the sorority eolorsg the yellow tea rose is the Hower. Officers: Frances Goldstein, presidentg Annette Nahm, vice presi- dentg Julie Blumenthal, seeretnryg Sue Neuman, treasurer. Members: Julie Bllnnenthal, Roberta Clariek. Frances Goldstein, Annette Nahm, Sue Neuman, Judy Sonnaheud. Pledges: Helen Bnrish, Sylvia Cohan, llarlrara Cohen, Annette Perlmutter. After a series of rush parties, Tau Alpha Pi plunged into preparations for the Lanees' Carnival. Our Cotton Candy Booth was a stupendous, sticky success. 226 Later in the semester, the TAPi's became U-Ky-Koeds for a talent show given in real hillbilly style for the towns- people. Then came the holiday season along with the party at the home of our sponsor, Evelyn Wides, the Big Sister dinner at Capps Coach House, and the Christmas Formal at the V.A. Hospital. Tau Alpha Pi has many big plans in store for the second semester and we know that they will he unforget- table to everyone. G 44, ll Hamilton I-louse id-, n 9 llaniilton House was founded at the University of Kentucky in 1942. Its purpose is to teach women students to live cooperatively, being honest, orderly, uni lied, sincere, and enthusiastic. Facility Adviser: Dr. Static Erikson. rs: olis nnis Jresic eng ir inia if urrav, vice n esic en g 'ave Oliieer' D ' A ,1 l l V 1 Xl , r l t I' , Simpson, secretary, Elsie Marie Isaacs, treasurer, Leta Faye Cooper, house manager. A ' Members: Jane Alexander, Glenna Anderson, Doris Annis, Elsie Clausen, Leta Faye Cooper, Betty Sue Cornett, Charlann llarting, Elizabeth Higgins, Beverly Hines, WVilma Howard, Elsie Marie lsaaes, Ella Marie Leathers, Virginia Murray, Margaret Myers, Imogene Redd, Juanita Riester, Faye Simpson, Betty j. Taylor, Annette NVesterman, Louise Wilhite. G. iv 1 ir- , " Clausen. Simpson, Murray, Isaacs, Annis. Anderson. Cooper XVilIhite. I-lines. Westerman, Leathers, Higgins. Riester. Myers Hurting, Taylor, Alexander, Redd, Howard "ww .f . Nm U ,QQ an fit Xlqw' ,J 0 Alpha Gamma Rho Alpha Gamma Rho was founded in Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1908. Omicron, one of 34 chapters, was installed at the Univer- sity of Kentucky in 1920. The colors of the fraternity are green and goldg the Hower is the pink rose. Faculty adviser is Dr. Lee H. Townsend. Officers: James Shatier, president, Edward Stroube, vice presi- dent, Robert Layman, secretary, William Hendrick, treasurer. Members: Charles Bastin, Herbert Brown, Landon Burcham. Glen Burns, Allen Cloud, Broughton Coke, John Cooper, Waller Cooper, Tony Cocanoughcr, Jack Crafton, Marlin Crowe, Robert Culton, Frank Downing, James Duffy, Robert Feathcrston, James Fehr, james Fowler, George Francis, David Frymier, John God- frey, Joe Grimes, joe Haycraft, William Hendrick, John Heller, Robert Huffman, James Jones, Edgar Knight, Robert Layman, james Martin, William Maupin, Gerald Mayer, James Meador, Charles McClure, Lawns McClure, Tom McKenney, Fredrick Neuville, Walter Norris, Armin Parker, Joe Pcden, Samuel Pol- ston, Theodore Rau, Louis Revensdorf, James Shaffer, Edward Stroube, Joel Stears, John Street, Arnold Taylor, Lowell Walters, John Walton, Richard Watson, Charles Wright, Charles Wills, James Wilson. Pledges: Paul Fenwick, Robert Hall. Last spring's activities and achievements were culmi- nated by E. Ryhurn Weakley receiving the Sullivan Medallion Award. During thc summer, the chapter met at jack Crafton's home in Henderson for a barbecue and bull session. Parties and many fun-packed hours iilled an entire weck- end. 228 The fall semester started off with a bang. Rush parties, buffet suppers for some of thc sororities, and a tea for our new housemother, Mrs. Edwin Biggs, were among many of the extra-curricular activities. The Christmas Dance at Boiling Springs Country Club was the best ever. House parties were enjoyed by everyone through- out the 'winter months. With the arrival of spring, there were beach parties, hayrides and our Pink Rose Formal at the Student Union Building. Alpha Gamma Rho placed many men in the various clubs and organizations on the campus. Waller Cooper was elected vice president of ODK. Bill Hendrick and Bob Jones were elected to SGA. Richard Watson was elected president of the Horticulture Club, and john Cooper was elected to the same oiiice in the 4-H Club. Herbert Brown was elected president of the Poultry Club and Ag Council, Arnold Taylor was elected president of Block and Bridle, and Jim ShaHer, Lawas McClure, jim Martin, Herbert Brown, Bob Layman and L. K. Burcham made the University Judging Teams. john Godfrey was elected to Lanees, and Lawas McClure and Dick Watson were elected to Alpha Zeta. AGR was active in intramurals, participating in the various competitive sports. 0'1" Of UIC 5-!il'lS . . . lid amd 'Fudcly . . . Lovvr Martin . . . 'l'lw Big Catch . . . Alpha czilllllllll Rho "Alu", . . . Ailft love- grand? . . . Hush party . . . VVhcru's llu' driver? . . . A Lost N'Vuvk- and . . . Mom Biggs , , , Look all thc Birclic . . . Oops! . . . 'l'wo professors . . Y0ll,l'0 vutv! 22 Alpha Gamma Rho ,J ,f Y I' 5 'W fa, 4 'Q'llIBw1S "1 ,. "div: " "'z5Z45f"ff5?f 1 I 41, ,9,:a,' Aw, Q,:."flL53' " J ' 4 qs' 280 Stroulw, Layman, I-I1-ndrick, Slmffvr Huffman, Crufton, C. McClure, Polston W. Cooper, Wills, Turnvr, Grimm-s Mvudor, Ncuville, lluu, L. McChm- Francis, I. Conpur, Burns, Watson Brown, Godfrey, Fowler nw bv N473 J f 32326 ,aw . W ' 'H' auf' S. id Sis f w 4 , W an 2 fx if M , X ii? sg.. G-'AA as i t .UF Q K? 7 ' .PA f H .ai " 'x .uf " QL' Q lpha Gamma Rho 'N Hi . . yr, his ? 'SS x Q n i if , LE ,Q Q 'xv is V 5 vi' Q 1 IQ Ilvllvr, Wilson, Cloud, I. jonos Fc:1tl1cl'shrn, 'l'nylor, Downing, Struul Cncnnmnzlwr, Wnltnn, Poclcn, Duffy Fohr, Pnrkx-r, Martin, Mnupin Cruwv, Sh-urs. McKvnncy, Walters Cokv, Wright. Mayer, Hvhonsdorf , 231 Alpha Sigma Phi Sigmu, om- of 78 chapters, wus installed nt the University ol' Kentucky in 1917. The colors of the fraternity are enrdimxl und stoneg the Hows-r is the Tnlismun rose. Dr. Lysle W. Croft is faculty ndviser. Officers: Bill Burks, presidentg Tom Nc-ul. vice presidentg Boll Vittitow, seerehwyg jim Reynolds, treusurer. Members: Douglus Allgood, Bill Burks, Inek Cnrpenler, Bill Carroll, ll. Cook, Bob Dnvicl, llugh Dillehny, Roy Giehls, Tom Gilmore, Bill Huy, Tom Hnitstern, Hersh Keeling, Willium Lzunlr, Allen Lyles, johnny Mureum, Lee Myles, Tom Nr-ul, Johnny Neuville, jim Reynolds, Pete llusmussvn, O. Stikelenther, Huh 'l'upseott. Bob Viltilow, Bill Watts, Allen Whalen. At the beginning of this year, Sigma chapter wus happy to welcome into its house Mrs. Josephine Shoencr of Buck- lmnon, NVest Virginia, as housemother. As she is our "mother" while we ure in school, she is respectfully culled "Mom." The annual Alpha Sig Apache Party wus held in the enrly full. On the wings of imagination, the members amd their guests were transported to the underworld famously described as ai French edition, 232 Alpha Sigma Phi wns founded ut Yule University in 1845. Santa again vigitgd the 1-4-gidg-Ugg lt 334 S 13104ldVVlX amd the smiles of the guests, students it Llneoln behool lilled "ye olde homestead" with tu lJlllldflLL Christmas spirit. P' .Luc i 5 Q59 ," I . fm! 0:0 'a Wi 026 i s I h 1 iii? X .A 55'3'?'Tf?g3 pal is 1, ,la fm-A I ul if '-'ll n 1 ul' 'islx Villitmv, liurks, N1-nl, llvynolnls Myles, Duvixl, Stikvls-utlu-r, Nvuvillv Cook, llusmusson, NVlml1-n, Lmnh Carroll, Cnrpontvr, Kc-4-ling, Allgoml Watts, Dill:-huy, 'llxpscotl '7 U I 1 '.f 1 U '. ,..f', I '.u ' nv' A ff ' ' .'.fv-I," 1 , 1 -h K 9 1 Alpha Tau Qmega Alpha Tau Omega was founded in Richmond, Virginia, on September 11, 1865. Mu Iota, one of 109 chapters, was in- stalled at the University of Kentucky in 1909. The colors of the fraternity are blue and gold, the flower is the white tea rose. Faculty adviser is L. E. Nollau. Officers: Frank Maturo, president, Carson Lyons, vice presi- dent, Lee Baker, secretary, Ralph Smith, treasurer. Members: Tom Arnold, Bob Arnold, Lcc Baker, Don Batten, Jolm Benson, Joe Bryant, John Cocke, Tom Cornelison, Bill Dukes, Gene Elder, George Foshag, Marvin France, Edgar Gaither, Oscar Geralds, Elbert Harber, Stanley Hogg, Jack Humphries, Dick Jacobs, Jim Kissam, Jim Lackey, Mark Lackey, Carson Lyons, Frank Mature, Jim Maturo, Jim McCowan, Jim MeCurry, Dave Mobcrly, Will Moore, Dan Mullin, John Pedigo, John Prichard, Clarence Range, Calvin Robinson, Bob Hollins, Bob Simpson, Joe Smith, Ralph Smith, Gus Snyder, Jim Sparks, Dan Stamer, Bill Sowder, Paul Saad, Owen Vance, Bob Vines. Pledges: licece Bentley, Cliff Coleman, Tommy Elswick, Torn Fillion, ltobie Hackworth, Harry Jones, Dave Roper, Arthur Stoll. The AT O's calendar of events started this year with a bevy of gala rush parties planned by our social chainnan, Jim Lackey. Football games were made doubly enjoyable by the traditional AT O open house both before and after each one. Halloween was the occasion for the season's first costume party. The last of November saw many of the Alpha Taus converging on Knoxville for the Ky.-Tenn. football weekend. December was the stage upon which the season's climax was reached. The ATO Snow Ball was presented to the campus at Joyland Casino. It was 234 during the intermission of this dance that the lovely Al- pha Xi Delta, Miss Martha Gauntt, was named Sweet- heart of ATO. February saw 289 South Lime strewn with red hearts and imitation lace. To be sure, our an- nual Valentine's Dance was a great success. After a get- together at the SEC basketball finals, the house again was transformed. This time the motif was Parisian. Many exotic costumes were displayed as the brothers went all- out to make an Apache party a howling success. April saw the ATOs inaugurate a different type of social event-let it suffice to say we had an April Fool's party. In May, the school year's social calendar was at its peak. The main attraction of the year was the Alpha Tauis An- nual Derby Dance preceding the Run for the Roses in Louisville. On Friday, May 4, we found our way Joyland for this gala affair, and then many ATOs and their guests headed for Louisville and the Kentucky Derby. While the social whirl was in progress, Alpha '1'au's participation in intramurals was not overlooked. Teams were fielded in all sports and ATO was well represented in all individual competitions. Outstanding ATOs this year include Frank Maturo, ODK, Lamp and Cross, and president of Suky, YMCA and Phalanx, John Pedigo, Lamp and Cross, Lances and IFC, Mark Lackey, first sergeant of Scabbard and Blade, Oscar Geralds, Captain of Company C-1, Pershing Rifles, and Jim McCurry, Lances and Phi Eta Sigma. 5. 2, ! J '--. A ,N "n Y J' ,ix r Our Swm-vllwart-Marllma Ganmtl . . . Gus, Cisw and l"rivncls . . . Aintclma Colcl llolmuy . . NIH law 111-wsrmml ,xl ezmlm-1-SS . . . slam va-ay . . . Nm lsmlgl- . . . sum' . . . cmd lm-1, llalx Paul? . . . l,,am'cs Carnival . . . Spring I"ormal . . . xVllill,S XVr0ng Pablo? . . . Atl , xl 'Y A ?. l Qwk sbxi . lpha Tau Qmega 236 Smith, Muturn, Lyons, Bnkcr j. Luckvy, M. Luckc-y, T. Arnold, Dnkc-s Robinson. Szuul, Eldvr, llc-nson Mohurly, Pvdigo, Franco, Rungu G4-rulds, Simpson, Sparks, Hz-rburt, li. Arnold Alpha Tau Qmega as wwf L x. fs'-f L .1 . 'di -1 . . 'W ' Alain Mews, I 1 A , M , Y , W Q 5155, A 4.41 ,. pvw Monro, Kissum, Hnmphrivs, Foshuy Conn-lison, McC0wun, Hutton, Vinvs Jacobs, Sowdvr. McCurry, Prichard Mullin, Gnithvr, Bryant, Colvmun Elswick, Bentley. Fillinn, Hnckworth, Rops-r 237 Delta Chi Della Chi was founded at Cornell University on October 30. 1890. Kentucky, one of 4:3 chapters, was installed at the Uni- versity of Kentucky in 1914. The colors of the fraternity are red and hull' and the flower is the white earnatiou. Faculty adviser is Vllilliam Tohnau. Officers: William Peak, presidentg Charles Mitchell, vice presi- dentg George Pendergrass. seeretaryg llohert Doumas. treasurer. Members: Charles Calk, Charles Dodson, Kent Campbell. Hoh- ert Doulnas, Robert Doyle, john Ford, Kenneth Handy, Henry Hardin, David Holliday, Thomas Johnson, Robert Johnston, Rho- mas Lawson, Charles Mitchell. Seth Nnehols, William Peak, David Parry, George Pendergrass. Paul Pratt. VVilliam Price, Clifford VV:-ssling, Ralph Wilson. Pledges: Paul Bryant. Joe Marinaro, Joseph Ownes, Thomas Shea, William Sither. 'l'he Spring Formal last year brought the election of Miss Phyllis Cliver, Delta Zeta, as our sweetheart. Miss Cliver was also the fratcrnity's sponsor at the Lanees' Carnival. This year's Spring Formal was held in May. Delta Chi was the first fraternity to take a step toward hringing the Charleston hack to the campus when they held a Charleston rush party in Fehrnary. At the party, a professional dancing instructor was present to assist any who wished help. 238 Kent Cannphell and llohert Johnston are members of Phi Mu Alpha, honorary music fraternity. The fraternity suffered the worst hlow that it has had in years when llenry Ilardin, former president and pledgelnaster, died in December. lle was a senior in law school and a prominent inclnher of the lnterfraternily Council. The loss is sorely felt. 3 Q .id f in M. , 'QM Q1 A if 4 - ,gb 'QL .X an W- , Pcndurgrnss, Duunxns, Mitchell, Punk Wilson, Cnlk. Parry, Cmnpbcll Lawson, Price, Holliday, Doylu Johnston, Nnckols, Hnndy, Hardin Owens, Johnson, Shun, Sithcr, Mnrinnro F' .5 x v I Al ill 4 Q Delta Tau Delta Delta Tau Delta was founded at Bethany College in 1859. Del- ta Epsilon, one of 88 chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky on May 10, 1924. The colors of the fraternity are purple, white amd gold, the flower is the iris. Faculty adviser is james Shropshire. Officers: jaek Ballantine, presidentg 'I'om Burke, vice presideutg james Inman. corresponding secretary, Carl Lezius, recording secretaryg Fred Miller, treasurer. Members: Jim Anders, Jack Ballantine, Dau Beam. Tom Burke, Morris Burton, Kent Button, Gaylord Caswell, Louis Cutlett, David Catron, Earl Caudill, Don Combs. George Creedle, Fred Dorr, Benny Elkin, Jim Fothergill, Joe Pat Gorman, Bill Don Grote, lack Guthermuth, Courtney Hall, Paul Holleman, john jenkins, jerry Inman, jim Inman, W'ally King, Marvin Lear, Carl Lezius. Bob MeCowan, Jack McGhee, 'l'. Y. Martin, Fred C. Miller, Fred ll. Miller, David Nightengale, Doug Osborn, Stanley Portmann. Tom ltadden, I-lerman Regan, Diek llhodemyre. Walter Roy. james Sandner, Phil Shannon, Mickey Smoek, Roger Snow, Jack Thurp, Monty Trimble, Carl Turner, Bill Usher. Jerry Wagner, Clayton VVehh, Mickey Whipple, Al Wieman. Pledges: james Anderson, Arthur King, Roger Lowry, jim Saunders, R. Stephens, Larry VV:-ier. David Woodhead. The Delts greeted the fall semester in fine style with a lawn party and rush dance held at their newly-redeeor- ated house. Shortly after settling down for the semester's work, the Dclt Dixieland Minstrel Show with Pat! Moore as sponsor took First place among the fraternities in the Lances' Carnival. On the night hefore his concert in the Coliseum, james Nlelton was guest of honor at a reception held at the Shelter. lle san f a treat man f son YS ran fin f from vous 1 l V240 to opera. The Christmas season found the Delts busy with a party for underprivileged children. One of our highlights each year, the ehildren were feted with gifts and a full Christmas dinner. Many of the Delts visited New Orleans over the holi- days to see the Sugar Bowl Classic. The Tulane chapter had a fine New Year's Eve party to highlight the visit with them. And the results of the football game the next day rounded out a very complete and enjoyable trip. lntramurals have come in for their share of attention. Delt teams have eopped their share of the honors through- out the season, hoping to win their third straight All- Participation Championship. In addition, Bill Don Grote, ,lim Fothergill, Fred ll. Miller and George Creedle teamed up to win Hrst place in the Phi Kappa Tau Bar- bershop Quartet Contest. A Htting start toward bringing home another All-Campus Sing trophyl Delts have been prominent in all walks of campus life. They are active workers and leaders in scholarship, sports, honoraries, publications and other campus organizations. Even though many of the boys went into the armed forces, their shoes were lilled by a top-notch pledge class which has pitched right in to help uphold the line Delt traditions. i, 7 LN xv b X sf 4' 'kg 4 'K We STX S 4 "yi'w1 1 5 Mig ,AN .. 5: as 0' 3? 1 AQ A GYM E . 5 9 f,fg' m f' F 95 f -gvl ?.yq.M. is ,446 Q -1 5 . Delta Tau Delta R i , 'H '- ZW gh. 1 gs K A . . Xa, WM, un, 242 E F I ' Q ..,-Ir 1, 5 I V 45 f . Q. f"',N Y ff- Ci 1 QL if sa? gp ' A Q x has if 51 .1 A , 'ff q .-,, ' IB rn: 4 t '. 'gk Cnlurmuth, F. Mill:-r, Bnllamlim-, Turm-r, Burk:- E. Innmn, I. Inman, Dorr, La-zius, Combs Thurp, Cnudill, Cutron, Cu-cdlc, Cuswm-ll Sundncr, Ushvr, Roy, McCowaxn, Osborn Holh-man, Fothvrgill, McGhee, Snow 19,9 9' 5' . , I fm I is 'i' ,a Y mv i A . ,E i V- -9 Q 1 I i gf Shannon. Trilnhlv, Pnrlmunn, Nighlingnlc, Crolc' F. Miller. L1-ur, Haddon, VVhipplc, Burton Smack. W. King, Cutlctt, Jenkins, Mm-tin Amlcrson, Anders, Regan, Button, Elkin Saunders, Woodhcnd, Stephens, A. King 1, 5533 Ye- 6 x A is s Q tr Delta Tau Delta :- V Q 1 Q .Rf :- : in b Vs 243 ri!-r 1 s t Q -of K Kappa Alpha Kappa Alpha Order was founded at Washington and Lee on December 21, 1865. Theta. one of 74 chapters. was installed at the University of Kentucky on February 21. 1893, becoming the first fraternity on this campus. The colors of the fraternity are crimson and old goldg the flowers are the crimson rose and the maguolia blossom. Faculty adviser is joseph Logan Massie. Officers: Blair Seaman, presidentg james Blair, vice presidentg Tom Clore, secretaryg Melvin Downs. treasurer. Members: Fred Augsburg. Thomas Baldwin, William Basil Haumstark, Frank Benton, james Blair, llaymoud Burch, james Carson, Robert Caudill, Albert Chandler, Thomas Clore, Charles Crockett, David Dick, Melvin Downs, Clenet Ellis, llichard Fel- ner. Cecil Holcomb, Jack Judy, William Knight, Robert Logan. William Mansfield. Ilobert MeCouu. Bacon Moore, William Muir, Charlton Nash, John Nichols. Wayne Overall, John Platter. Wil- liam Rogers, Patrick Riley, Harold Richardson. Zack Sauiley. james Saylor, Frank Seaman. George Stone. William Spilman. Gardner Turner, john YV:n'd. Thomas VVilboru, Roger Williams. David VVilson, Sylvester Yunker. Pledges: john Buughman. Edward Wilson. KA feels that it has done well in living up to its stand- ing as "Hirst" on the campus by proving itself outstanding in all activities. In sports, its intramural football team went to the semi-finals, Bob Logan took the singles golf crown, and George Stone won the basketball free-throw contest. Socially, a dance at the Paris Country Club, before the opening of the Fall semester, started things. This served as a roundup of all the good brothers who had gone astray during the summer months. A liberal number of 244 hayrides, open houses, buffet suppers and "after the gamen get-togethers at the Club joy tended to lighten the scholastic burden. Coming at the height of the season and just before the holidays. our Christmas Formal at the Lexington Country Club was what could be termed as a "howling" success. The Spring semester and the fair weather saw the KAs enjoying river parties, picnics and a number of other outdoor activities. Mention spring to a KA and it im- mediately brings to his mind the Old South Ball which was held this year, as in the past, with all the customs. color and grace that its name implies. We take particular pride in those brothers who left us during the past year to enter the service. They are Blair Seaman, Bob Logan, George Stone, Bill Muir, Dave Dick. .lim Carson, Bob Trimble and Johnny WVard. A4 rx g 1 1-44" JI- 4"' 1+ ! 'V- ' U 0 O U U U ' " . 52355. 1 ' saamwwb 4: .:':::l-5 f 4ft:ii::::::i'l!g ------N----V--J, , ft, IW fVwQ EP Q Y, i -sw ,pdf A l i 4 A in, q X f MQ -Qin , , . A if , 6 no I. ,lg S if yi 6 Q, ij, ln., L 'K ,- 0 ' 6 i f W I . i. N. N 'Q if , Mufloun, liluir. S4-iunain. Cloru, Duwns Ilnlcuinh. liilvy, llichnrclsmi, Hi-nlon, Burch NVillmrn, Cmulill, 'l'urnm-r, Mainsiicld, Baiuinsturk Aiugslmrg, Yunkm-r, lfolm-r, Baldwin, Ellis Dick, Stone, Ovi-rull, Snnilcy, Moor:- Cmsnn, Nichols, Spilnmn, Rogers, Crooked Muir, Logan, Nnsli. E. Wilson, D. Wilson X I W . ' ..,-,....,.................- OF, ffm I F-xl 6,89 I Q'- L f -yugo F ...Vid 0 ,gy-.,1f. 4 , if S '. ,ki-.1 A 1. Kappa S1gma Kappa Sigma was founded at the University ol' Virginia ou December 10, 1869. Beta Nu, one of 124 ehapters, was in- stalled at the University of Kentucky in 1901. 'l'he colors of the fraternity are red, white and green, the flower is the lily ol' the valley. Faculty adviser is Frank D. Peterson. Officers: llaymond Colton, president, Karl WVarren, vice presi- dent, Charles Tucker, secretary, Robert Southall, treasurer. Members: jack Allard, Les Bryant, James Carter, Ray Colton, David Combs, Larry Depp, llobert Duff, M. P. Dunn, Ted Dunn, john Enimick, VVilliam Forrester, Edward Fossett, james Fossett. llobert Gipe, joe Greathonse, Forrest Grider, Billie Guy, Robert Heath, Gerald Isaacs. John King, Charles Koehler, Toxvnsend Kop- pius, Hollie Leach, Robert Lentz. Don Moffatt, Harold Mullins, joe Nace, Robert Norris, McKay Heed, Robert Reynierson, William Rice, Shelley Riherd, Anthony Rotunno, William Seiller, William Snyder, Robert Southall, Irvin Stapp, James Steele, James Stewart, WVaitmun Taylor, Richard Tomey, Charles Tucker, Dan Warren, Karl Warren, joe Wntheu, Kenneth Wolfe, Hubert Wright. Pledges: David Barrett, Charles Cole, Kurt Goltermann, Carl Hoffman, Edward Haick, James Jones, William Knfoglis, Henry Mai-ser, Fan! Martin, Shelby Linville, Don Sehang, Ben Zarankn. 246 The big event of the year was the gala Golden Anni- versary weekend. The parties started with a buffet supper on Friday, followed by the Golden Anniversary Ball on Saturday. The weekend closed with a model initiation and the Ilousemothers' Tea. Other events of the year were the Fall Formal, the llomecoming Game, a traditional H allow een party, booths at the Lanees' Camival, May Day and the Little Abner contest which Bill Rice won. Man of the Year is Robert G. Lentz, of Lexington. Bob was Grand Master of Kappa Sigma, president and secre- tary of Phi Alpha Delta, vice president of the Interfraf ternity Council, p1'esident, vice president and secretary of the Brandeis Law Club, treasurer of Lamp and Cross, a member of Keys and the Student Bar Association. Bob is a senior in the College of Law. ff! N 'QZQ Q . ,ff f'.pwiwg,,,p .ggi fffsfjiffgilj- ,M Qvr, Q ,, x .19 May Daly Float . . . Our Ugly Nlilll . . . Bvfun- . . . Aft:-r . l":nlI l"lll'lll'll ... ....,.. ..... .1 K 'L 2 appa Sig xfgm Gulp! G5 f 48 'E' Q Ukvr. Colton, Snllllmll, K. xlVill'l'I'll D. Wurrcn. 'l'uylm', E. Fossq-tt, 'I'omn-5' Wnlfc, Grids-l', H:-nth, Duff Wnthm-n. Lcnch, Rico, I.:-nlz Rem-rl, Nm-4-, Bryant, Stm-wnrl, Stupp Wright, Snyclm-r, Crm-utlmonsu. Mullins Guy, Gipu, Calrlm-r. J. lfussm-tt Koppius, 1'll1lllllCli. Dvpp, Km-hls-r lllL'l', M. Dunn. Allauwl, 'l'. Dunn, lsnum K.ult4-x'nmnn. 'KuI'nglis, Iluivk. Cole-, Colton appa Sig Lambda chi Alpha Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston University in 1909. Epsilon Phi Zeta, one of 137 chapters, was installed at the Uni- versity of Kentucky on February 14, 1929. The colors of the iratcrnity are purple, green and gold, the flower is the white rose. Members in the faculty are VVilliam Ward, Frank Me- Ifarlantl. Homer Lewis. Officers: Joe Lee, presidentg Marvin lfraley, vice presidentg Dale McGuire, secretary, Bill Clark, treasurer. Members: William Adams, Bill Baker, Kenneth Blevins, Jack Barnett, C. Carnes, Alex Chamberlain, Joe Devita, H. Lou Done- hew, Carl Faith, Jerry Fraim. Marvin Fraley, Morton Fry, Theo- dore Gesling, James Getker, Phil Hayes, Paul iletferuan, Harold Iloffman, Alan Junkins, Ozwald Kington, Roy Kephart, Ioe Lee, Grover Leslie, Richard Macke, Gregory Maples, Oscar May, Rob- ert Mills, Fred Moesberger, Charles Moore. John Peters, William Podkulski, Robert ltatclift, Charles Reed. Roy Rhodes, Bill Stroth- er, Edward Tackett. Pledges: Bob Ball, joe Brooks, Thomas llobbitt, Eugene Cau- non, William Clark, Lewis Dunn. Arthur McGuire, Lawrence Mettler, Gene Rawlins, Gerald Slusher. Hob Stevens. Lambda Chis, returning for the 1950-51 school year, were pleased with the redecoration that had been done to the chapter house over the summer. The entire down- stairs was given a modernistie paint job to complement modern furniture which had been purchased and was placed in the house as soon as school started. The chapter began the school year with a new house- mother, Mrs. Belle S. Drury, of Lexington. 'A tea was given in honor of Mrs. Drury during the fall semester. Also, several sororities were invited to desserts at the house. 250 Prior to the end of school last year, at the annual Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Ball, Miss Louisa Wilson, Kappa Alpha Theta, was chosen Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl for 1950. Louisa represented the local chapter in a national Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl Contest. Homecoming was a great success this year. Approxi- mately 130 couples attended the Lambda Chi Alpha homecoming party given at the Boiling Springs Country Club after the Florida game. The chapter was represent- ed in the homecoming decoration contest by an excellent display planned by Phil Hayes. Phil, a transfer from Rawlins College, has been a great asset to the chapter. As song leader, he directed Lambda Chi singers through several nights of successful, campus- wide serenading. Nicost new decoration in the house is a big sheepskin won from the Oklahoma Lambda Chi chapter on a bet on the outcome of the Sugar Bowl game. Men outstanding in campus activities are: Joe Lee, ODK, Lauces, Keys, SGA, IFC, Phalanx, Pitkin Club, Arnold Air Society, Scabbard and Blade, YMCA Cabinet, Editor ol' "K-Book", Carl Faith, Lances, Keys, SCA, IFC, and White Math Club. Carl was formerly chapter presi- dent. Dick Macke, Managing Editor of the Kentucky Kernel. Charles Head, ROTC squadron commander. Arn- old Air Society, Scabbard and Blade. and Alpha Zeta. i v 4-v "4.3 ".w.dvv1 Hs. Q-uf ww 1 1 M' 4effx.n.L.:, ,. , -4...-v , ,f fi' -N. .ii .5 Launbdu Chis and Thutals out clvsscrt . . . Louisa nccupts Que-1-n's cup from Curl . . . Lmlulmdn Chis, Thx-las and cau'icuturc-s . . . Our outstanding pledge . . . Tony and Ray warm up . . . Wo entertain the Thvlns . . . On the stairs . . . Thr-y worm- plc-dgcs tlwn . . . 0 .4 51 Lambda Chi Alpha Q, . y . X Airs 5' XY - Q' ' Q a ia ' , aa ,- 6 :M 6, V 1 ' ar, " V' - ' 6 f ea jg :aff rg' EW? , 'gc Z fa Q21 ,vjwl X A f gil! oo oo ,Q . I' , V i 'I- max 'RL ' Q s" X 'W ' "I - A A a ' A Fruloy, Lvl-, Clnrk, McGuira- Gm-sling, Donolu-w, Mncko, Bk-vins Iloffmnn, 'l'zluk4'Kt, Podkulski, Faith llnys-s, Many, Pc-te-rs. Molslwrgm-r Ilntclifi, Burnett, Fry, Kephnrt, lim-ual 252 F . X 4, 5 W. . wx, Laaalaaa Cha Alpha N657 I ,, NK mx N m V ,,,. "vac , ,,, ' I 2? ' a r a A f Shih as n 0 if HWS i am 4' aa a Cf-tkvr, Admus, Mills. Wngnor liukur, l"ruim, IiK'ffl'l'lHIll, junkins Chnmhvrluin. L4-slim-, Rhodes. Mourn- Slnshor, Brooks. Kington, Muplvs Cannon. Hobbit, Dunn, Multlvr, Cnrm-3 2 .4- x fl' . 1 .' -Etw5??:'g.jf? l fs. ,nf 3-Wh' I, ,1 I I - f ' Phi Delta Theta Phi Delta Theta was founded at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. in 1848. Kenlueky Epsilon, one of H3 elmpters, was in- stalled at the University of Kentucky in 1901. The eolors ol' the fraternity are argent and azure, the flower is the earnation. Faculty adviser is Alfred li. McEwen. Officers: C. K. Seroggins. presidenlg john Ewing, viee presi- dent, john Diskin, secretary, VVilliiun McCann, treasurer. Members: Art Asbury, john Barrow, Cordon Brewer, Howard llriglit. Allen Buckner, F. R. Childress, Sain Collins, Stan Dickson, john Diskin, john Ewing, Lewis Flowers, Kent Floyd. Lewis Greene, Bill Hall, Tom Halloek. john l-Iarrolsou. Eddy Hayes. jaek Hihhs, jim Hill, Ed jour,-lt, Bill Linville. Bill ML-Caun, Mar- shall McCann, Al Moffett, Dick Nic-kols, Al Prewilt, john Quinn, Tommy Ray. R. 'I'. Richardson. Eugene lloemele, Ilarold Hose. Nat Sanders. Boh Scherer, joe Sehoenf, C. K. Seroggins, Hill Seniouin, Don Smith, jack Stevens. Pledges: Bill Hitt, Hilde Wharton. Upon returning to school this fall, the chapter was greeted hy a completely reclceoratcd house. This linc joh was done hy the fraternity olfiecrs and some of thc local boys. 254 Nlany house parties and hay rides were held hut thu ollieial social season started with the annual Fall Formal at the Lexington Country Clnh. The Phi Dt-its gave a very sueeessful party for underprivileged children at Christmas. Hefreslnnents were served, games were played and the toys were enjoyed hy all Cineluding the hrothersj. Our intralnural teams well represented the fraternity in all sports. Phi Delta Theta finished strong in every di- vision. The Mothers' Cluh has made some wonderful improve- ments on the house hy furnishing it with new living room and dining room furniture. Allen XVood was chosen as the Outstanding hl01lllJCl' of Phi Delta Theta. Bill hli,'C,ll1l1 is president of thc Inter- iratcrnity Council, and liohert Seherer is captain of the tennis team. X.. i-'V -. Q 4 , 7, :A i Y, ids-"H Ilill on lop . . . Clay Uontry's own Stun Dickson . . . Scrog chopping woocl . . . Burrow, tliu lnonsu lioy . . . XVlml will Kitty say? . . . Bon voyalgm- . . . llf-11-'s to olc Stalin' U . . . Louis :incl Kitty . . . Ovurmlrivu Sunlinon . . . SL-rog and Nancy usa- lpaznai . . . llonu-coming . . . Col. llilvbs und Loon . . . A clay nl llxc mcos . . . Ewing has ull lllc luck . . . Sara and Sann nl jllklllt' . . . Mr. BL-lvcclcrc llurrolson . . . lhuuly, Bill :incl Louis . . . Col. nncl Ln-on talking ovcr olcl tinn-s . . . N'VlliL'll one luis lllc Toni? Phi Delta Theta 256 x by .. , fp In 9 w Q 513 A lk in 5- ive- 1 X E 1 X J s 6' T 9' ., X 1. 1 1 'R' 1 1 Q X Diskin, Ewing, Scroggins, VV. Mr-Cam M. McCann. Childrvss, Svmunin. Ilnl Suhm.-pf, Collins, Tnylmg Sclwrc-r Ashury, Underwood, Rose, Hihhs n I Phi Delta Theta 'S 'F lgllzl i K 'I il 'RF' kQs1s . ,K g. cfm V? K 'Nz ' 8 is YI Pr:-witt, Flowers, Brewer, Smith 1'Izu'rnlsm1, Roz-mole, Hallock, Iuuc-tt Dickson, Floyd, Linvillc, Moffett Groom-, Brig.:ht, Snndcrs, Hnycs, Hitt 257 Phi Kappa Tau Phi Kappa Tau was founded at Oxford, Ohio, in 1906. Kappa. one of 73 chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in November, 1920. The colors of the fraternity are Harvard red and old gold, the flower is the red carnation. Faculty adviser is Robert Mills. Officers: Willard Harper, president, Edward Marye, vice presi- dent, Edward Barnett, secretaryg James Glass, treasurer. Members: Kenneth Ashby, Thomas Barnes, Edward Barnett, James Boggess, William Boles, jesse Bollinger. Warren Briggs, joe Cosenea, Wayne Crow, Howard Dickey, Eugene Fontaine. james Glass, P. I. Glasseock, Willard Harper, William Hammack, H. Holbrook, Bert Jody, John King, Lloyd Leach, C. D. Lucas, Edward Marye, Edward Massie, james McNeal, Henry Payton, Steve Shelton, Ken Skinner, Gene Thornhill, Herman Weber. Pledges: Anthony Amato, Marvin Beard, James Bondurant, Larry Dejarnette, Edward Martin, Arthur Saulsherry. 258 The brothers of Phi Tau returned reluctantly to old U.K. and began the three-day body-battering ordeal of registration. Next came the job of getting the Rock House ready for another year of activity. There was the usual round of social events including stag smokers, after-game open houses, a lloaring Twenties party Ceompletc with raccoon eoatl, and our big event of the year, the annual Fall Formal. Miss Betty Blake, Kap- pa Alpha Theta, was chosen "Dream Girl of Phi Kappa T auii and received the traditional cup and red carnations during intermission. This year marked the 30th Anniversary of the chapter on the U.K. campus. A new basement was built to cele- brate the event. Y :W A Q-we wg,- ,W-Q. an 'EHR-. iuu 34 if K1-y" V. f brl lv V 'fi mf Tin- boys going to Aliauilu. Cai .... Phi Kappa 'I'a1u lin-aiiii Girl-Miss Bm-tty Bluku . . . Cowl i Ulu llomucoming . . . Tin- "CI1'vui1-sl" . . . 'l'Iu- Bc-sl-wv llimlglil . . . Ph-lws . . . Sh-c-ping 1 licaulty . . . Phi 'l':u1 Formal. 1 259 i i i i Phi Kappa Tau S ? K X -xg,- .. Q . jj: 4' : 260 ,lg Bnrnett, Hurpvr, Maryc, Glnss Shelton, Skinner, Bollinger, Lucns Crow, Hammnck, Thornhill, Coscnzu Bnrnvs, Briggs, Holbrook, Fontaine Phi .f ' 5 Q" ,- Ti . Q ia , J ,iii ' v a A:,, is Kappa Tau -' ,A ,er 1 , ,, .qw Sm 1 f 3-Sail? 1 Boggcss, Weber, Ashby, King L1-ach, McNeal, Clusscuck, Mnssic Bulvs, Dickvy, Bundurnnt, Indy Ammo, Du jnrnvttv, Bvnrd, Martin T' fs:-S1 Figs X5 .za 4. 261 l ,ff 3 ,ef .fe rj -5 - 5' 2' ,iff . , 1 me Phi Sigma Kappa Phi Sigma Kappa was founded at the University of Massa- chusetts on March 15, 1873. Phi Deuteron, one of 64 chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1926. The colors of the fraternity are magenta and silver, the Hower is the red carnation. Faculty adviser is A. L. Atchison. Officers: Elliot Jones, president, Bernard WVyman Stephens, vice president, Norval liny Copeland. secretary, llobert Linehan, treas- urer. Members: Paul Adams, Fred Ament, James Blackwell, VVilliam Bohon, Glenn Burchctt, Winter Collins, Norval Copeland, Fred Coplin, joseph Coyle, William Crews, U. K. Custread, Donald Dodson, Warren Duliu, VVilliam Ernest, Charles Fleming, William Force, Alexander Frame, Jerry Hamburg, Clyde Hamm, Richard Jones, Elliot Jones, llobert Linchan, Anthony Mangione, Thomas Mathis, Fred Minning, James Moore, Donald Neal, James Os- borne, Walter Patrick, james Pigford, Richard Pigman, jack Reid. Donald llichardsou, William Robb, Donald llogers, Douglas Ross, Byron liomauowitz, john Rudy, Richard Saunders, Bernard Steph- ens, llobert Ticheuor, Donald Wechsler, Henry White, William Whitehouse, John VVilliams, Woodford Yankee. Pledges: Nolen Allen, Zeb Blankenship, Gerald Banks, Harry Banks, Dominic Fucci, James Hagen, Charles Harrison, Joseph Iiester. Milford Jones, VVilliam Nix, jesse Porter, Bernard Rogers, Charles Rogers, M. J. liuparal, Berry Smith, Thomas Timnious. Phi Sigma Kappa's social schedule began with a series of open houses after football games. These gay parties welcomed many U.K. victories and alums as well as a good bit of the campus. The chapter was visited by the new National President of Phi Sigma Kappa, Brother D. li. "Spcc,' Collins, in September. llc and his wife were honored with a luncheon and open house at the Chapter 262 llouse and a reception at Capp's Coach llouse. llome- coming found the Phi Sigs entertaining themselves, many alums and many other Phi Sigs from other schools with a luncheon, buffet supper given by the mothers' and wives' club, and a house dance. Phi Sigma Kappa played host to sororities with dessert get-togethers on Tuesday nights throughout the year. December brought fame to Phi Sigma Kappa when Winter Collins was selected as Typical Ed of the campus by the Student Union Board, and Elliot jones was elected the Ugly Man of the campus in Alpha Phi Omega's con- test. At the fraternity's annual Christmas Formal, held in the ballroom of the Student Union Building, Woody Yankee was presented the Outstanding Active Award and Donald Richardson the Outstanding Pledge Award. The Phi Sig's Giant Snow Man was the outstanding char- acter of the dance. The new initiates of the Phi Sigma Kappa were hou- ored with an informal initiation dance at Joyland Casino in January. Phi Sig also had a series of rush and holiday parties and its most significant event of the year, the Phi Sigma Kappa Founder's Day Dinner-Dance in March. Outstanding members are: Winter Collins, president of Arnold Air Society, Bob Linehan, Laneesg Jim Hagen and Dick Pigman, Delta Sigma Pi, Fred Coplin, Lamp and Cross, Bud lludy, president of ASME. .. 9 I l . 1 Qdfvwfff ---.JW 1 .ff -r ,vw I Af its 7. x 1 Os bf "W , ELEANOR R0 ,, wiv MY WORD.. Don Hogc-rs, rush chairman, has ch-layc-cl rushing tronhlos . . . XVoocly Yankee- gm-is snnnncr vx- 4-rciso ..., loo Coyle takvs a rvsl at SlIlllllll'I' camp . . . lilliott ,lonvs with his ll1ll'K'lll, Kathy ll2ll'llK'll ancl Carol Chalnlmcrs ..., ' Xnolhvr harm-in, Holm l,ini-han with AlJPi's lnvz Black, Gloria Bilanc-io, and Marilyn I"anlkncr . . . Don Nm-il and Don liicharclson at snnnncr L-ainp . . . Bm-tty NVhitv, Kappa Alpha 'l'hc-ta, Phi Sigfs Moonlight Girl . . . lillioll Ilona-s givcs Don liiclnmlson lhu outstanding plcclgo award . . . Gm-ss who with lish? . . . Patton X'Villiains and Carolyn Iioric sn-ll Phi Sig at Lancvs . . . Al tho Clnislinas lorinal lhc Phi Sipfs anal claim-s haw' lun . . Mr. Ugly Man-lflllioll Alonos looks inl4'lligI,0ntP? . . . 'l'hc Phi Sigfs Nlay Day lloal lore-casls thv Sugar Bowl . . . Typical licl-XVintvr Collins at thc ln-ach. il 263 Phi Sigma Kappa 1 'Zi l 1 i In y 264 W N A 6 QL w R i ls +R - s 1 - La: ' iff, ' i Q1 Stn-pln-ns, E. Joni-s, Lim-lmn. Copa-lnml. Reid 'Pzxtriclq Minning, Collins, Coyle, Burclwtt lllll'll0l1Ul', Fucci, D. llogurs, Ami-nt, Blnckwull Nix, Fla-ming, Coplin, Romnnowitz, Ynnkvc- lfrunw. Nlaulgiuilv. Nlutlmis. Williams, R. Joni-S lVhit1-house, Suunrlcrs, lN'luurv Phi Sigma Kappa 7:7 ma V QC' Aa V ,ai 'fa- ,. f Adnms, YVhitc, Rudy, Nc-nl, RiChill'dS0l1 Wechsler, Ernest. Dulin, Timmons, Forvu Hamm, Cnstrod, Robb, Walker, Pigford llngcn, Ross. Crvws, Oshornv, lilamkvnship M. jmws. Allvn. I'I0stvr, Rupnrvl, Porter C. Rngers, Banks, B. Rogers 265 'O 9 r W ru.: ll,,A.f.' 6, IW -K wp 5 Pi Kappa Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Virginia on March 1, l868. Omega. one of 101 chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1901. The colors of the fraternity are old gold and garnet, the flower is the lily of the valley. Faculty adviser is Dr. Robert Haun. Officers: Wesley Dicks-n, president, james Sigler. viee presi- dent, Donald YVilson, secretary, John Truitt. treasurer. Members: james Anderson, Gene Anen, William Rarrows, Gayle Caldwell, Charles Campbell, Stuart Carpenter, john Carver, Conley Congleton, William Carl, Robert Crutcher, Richard Dan- iels, Brian Daugherty, Wesley Dicken, Donald Donohue, Albert Drake, Cline Duff, Bruce Ferguson, Rain Foster, Charles Coil. Emmet Greenfield, Robert Gregory, Donald liartuord, Robert IIaun, VVilliam Hays, Sam Hill, NVilliam Ilonaker, Ralph Hover- male, Benjamin Huelsman, Paul Knapp, james Kuneau, Thomas Kelley, Charles Lackey, Richard Lehman, Terrence Lohre, Robert McGinley, Leonard Moses, Sidney Neal, I". Ponlouin, Robert Pryor, Raymond Rose, William Samuels, james Sigler, Clifford Stanlper. Laurel Statham, James Stock, Richard Stoll, Robert Swieterman, john Truitt, Robert Wagoner, Gayle Warner, Frank Weidnu-r, William Welch. Jack Wilhoite, Robert Willingham, Donald Wil- son, Leonard WVood, Robert YVood. Pledge: Robert Biltz. 266 Our successful rushing season was climaxed by a gala party at Warren Wright's Calumet Farm. NVe spent the year in the usual social whirl of open houses and parties. A Christmas party was given for needy children. The an- nual Dream Girl Dance was held at Governor Clements' mansion in Frankfort. Miss Betty Nash, Kappa Kappa Gamma, was chosen as Dream Girl of 1950. Governor Clements, "Happy" Chandler, Warren Wright, Ir., and many other Pi Kap alums were present. Pi Kappa Alpha is proud of last year's record of four big campus events: Lanees' Carnival, Homecoming, All- Campus Sing and the May Day Parade. Pi Kaps won the May Day award for the best float and were runners-up in llomecoming and All-Campus Sing. Pi Kaps are leaders in the true sense of the wo1'd. They hold live presidencies in major student organizations. These include: Stuart Carpenter, president of Phi Eta Sigma, vice president of Keys and chosen Outstanding Freshman for 1950, Bruce Ferguson, president of Pha- lanx and Alma Magna Mater, Bob Gregory, president of Lances and Pitkin Club, past president of Phi Eta Sigma, and secretary of Omieron Delta Kappa. 1 I i Q L m.. I .4--. -r.: Cokcs and lnlnclslmkcs ut ai FKA rnsli party . . . FKA Ilonu-cmning ali-cnmtions . . . ,Iann session with thc "cuts" at New Orleans . . . Spring :incl the lmclcyaiul . . . Rnsllvi-s 1-njoy PRA lloorslmw . . . The Governor and our clrcaun girl . . . Priclc of thi- Pi Kups . . . linwn purly . . . Don Donohue . . . 'Flint czisnnl look . . , Cline Dnlf-tlw show must go on . . . Costume party . . . Dr:-.nn Girl party. 267 Pi Kappa Alpha , 62. A-Q X fq I f W 5 xi W. x ' 1 4' 1 , ,SU ' ' ' ' Q qjh Q , t G. L. 'Qt' 1 . E 2 v e,Y,,,4 ,QA N a Q W My Us- kt: 47' if Li I ,ga V, Wit Q 1 ,, fan -5 ""-,,,:. if -X, f r R4 fly If 1 ...- ,: , -:': f-A-wa. '. 268 X 2 yf 3545, rj ia VX! I 6- S E J S.. C? ., t,a si p 'W"i'R ,Xl 2. f iv! F1-rgnsmx, Dickun, Gregory, VVilson, Ialonukvr Pryor. Donohuo, Dmlghcrly, Curl, SNViC'fl'l'l1lilll Conulvton, Nvnl, Duff, Truitl, Foster ll. NVnod, SLIHIIIUI, Knapp, Stoll, Wm-Ich rll', llmwcwlnuh-, Puuluuin, Wau'nm', Drukv, Mum-H F L' Q ' 4 9 L 15? nf .- X' a -mf' ly ,lynx -'T' l W" l N A ', fs nfl w , v K 1 Pi Kappa Alpha :X 6 K l J X, ml' Q1 1 le' , . K A 1 , A gl.-. . S ' .isfiffff ' .-ln, ' . R' , 6.1 Q my 42,- ff' Q1 x "gn 1 ' A i ' . 14 K 5? ,ix f.... J X 4 , f-s 1, 'L ,QM y - K 1 as r 'Swim X WV, ,W M X l K .. K K ,Q V L. VVooc'l, Statham. Stampcr, Carpenter, Carver Haum, Anderson, Huelsnum, Sigler, Lehman Hill, Caldwell, Kelly, Crutcher, Lohrc Rose, Hartford, Dunicls, Biltz, Luckcy XVugom-r, Grvcnficld, Wicdmcr, Wilhoit, McGinley, Aucn ,X My V fe J I Q. -A N ll, kkf x xkxiyjy Y, Qs l 'S , s N 269 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the University of Alabama on March 9, l85!i. Epsilon chapter, one of 125 chapters, was in- stalled at the Uuiversfly of Kentucky in l900. The frate-rnity's colors are purple and gold, the flower is the violet. Faculty adviser is Grady Sellards. Officers: Tom Sawyer, president, jack Clay, vice president, Franklin Coats, secretary, Fred Davis, treasurer. Members: Robert Aspley, Frank Bassett, Russell Beauchamp, Charles lloone, William Brown, Charles Clark, john Clay, George Cleveland, Thomas Coats, Ward Coleman, Raymond Connell, Robert Cregor, Fred Davis, Joshua Denham. Charles Dishman, Louis Ford, jess Gardner, john Hancock, William Harding, Al- bert Ilill, john Hill, Read Ilolland, Harris Howard, Hal Hughes, Sam johnson, W. Kcfauver, Phil Kingsbury, Elijal Kirk, William Lancaster, Alan Marsh, Edward Miles, Robert Miller, lloy Moreland, George Nall, Charles Newton, J. Nichols, Thomas Par- due. l-lunt Perkins, Andrew Polites, Monty Price, Frank Ramsey, George Richardson, Clem Ritter, William Rodes, John Rodgers, Ilarry Rogers, Tom Sawyer, Edward Serivner, Ronald Shiflet, Wil- liam Soper, Bosworth Todd, Lucian Whitaker, Charles WVylie, George Wolnbwell, Thomas Yadcn. Pledges: llobert Brown, Robert Davenport, James Duncan, Howard Hancock, ,lamcs llowerton, Herb Hunt, Harry jones, Larry Jones, Clem Kelly, James Kingsburg, Bruce Kunkel, Floyd Mann, John liiclmrds, Chesley Riddle, Charlie Sutherland, Nathan Taylor. Sigma Alpha Epsilon began a very successful and eventful year. The fraternity started off by winning the Homecoming trophy for having the best Homecoming 270 decoration, this was followed by winning football intra- nmrals, beating Men's Dorm in the finals. Another trophy was added to the collection when SAE won first place in the ODK tag sales. The, fraternity received llonorable Mention in the Lanees' Carnival and third place in the Phi Kappa 'l'au Barbershop Quartet Contest. The social season included a Barn Dance at the Paris Country Club, several house and river parties, a lzlome- coming Banquet and Dance at the Lafayette llotel, and a Christmas Formal at the same place. A Christmas party was given for local orphans. Some of the campus leaders include: Clark Bezuichamp. Lamp and Cross, George Womhwell, Keys, Jess "Corky" Gardner, Keys president, Tommy Pardue, Beta Gamma Sigma, Irvine Scrivner, Bosworth Todd, Read llolland, and Fred Davis, Lances, Roy Moreland, Frank Bassett, Read Holland, ,less Gardner, and Irvine Scrivncr. S.G.A.g Kavanaugh "Chug" Rogers, llarry jones, Larry jones, and Herbie Hunt, football, Frank Ramsey, Bobby Watson, Lucian "Skippy" Whitaker, C. M. Newton, bas- ketball, Lucian "Skippy" WVhitaker, track, C. M. Newton, baseball, and Read Holland, swimming. During the second semester a spring formal was held. bfi I 9 Q11 'U E . 1-4 'f fi f 'M e r if . 4 , K T, L ' sm 5 -Y KH W - 1, H I xx 'RQ X ' ,. sv' E . K if 'ms ,. , ab .MX wi lf, "l""'1""1 F I w g .sf QQ Xl ,nm xy 1' 5 I Sigma Alpha Epsilon rx -nd 1 1 ,M 272 . S 1 Q ,N wh 5,545 ' .. ,gms 1' 2 Y fl 4 .s 4 f X Holland, Davis, Cluy, Snwyvr, Coats 'liaxssn-tt, Null, Miller, Shiflct, Richardson XVyIic, Harding, Bm-aluchzunp, liittvr, Luncalstvl' Todd, Mor:-lzmd, Newton, Ramsey, Dishman Marsh, Bounv, Gnrdm-r, Scrivncr, Hancock Clurk, Ilughcs, Huwurd, Nicholx, Coleman Sigma Alpha Epsilon M -N' , 1 ix in 'mx 1 ,mx Edd !. ur n fy - : 1 N, y I 'r.. 0 S A A ff H nn. x Hodge-rs, Johnson. Asplvy, Hill, Crvgzol' Cla-vm-lnnd. Kudos. Prim-, D1-nlunn, Womhwoll Purdue-. Kirk, Yndnn, Ford, Politm-s J. Kingsbury, K1-Fmxw-r, P4-rkins, P. Kingsbury, Mill-s l'Icm'm-rlon. Dnncnn, K4-Ily. Daw:-nport, Iluncoc-k Brown, Munn, Riddle, 'l'nylm', Kunkel 273 V':'.'1'-I' +: pl Z5 'af iff' si E3 " . in Q, y, Sigma Chi Sigma Chi was founded at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, on June 28, 1855. Lambda Lambda, one of 119 chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky on March 31, 1893. The eolors of the fraternity are blue and old goldg the Hower is the white rose.' Faculty members are Dr. Seaton, Dr. Stahr, and llobert Bryan. Officers: Gil Whittenburg, president, joseph Mainons, vice presideutg Wilher Fisher, secretary, Charles Adams, treasurer. Members: Charles Adams, Thomas Alexander, Chase Allen, Henry liiekel, Paul Biekcl, Robert Boulter, James Bradley, Robert Calvert, Bruce Cole, Stuart Dalton, Gibson Downing, Wilher Fisher, Don Fouls, Paul Garber, Carter Glass, Donald Graham, Richard Haas, Emmet Hendron, Harry Homeier, William Hos- kins, Robert Kays, Kenneth Kraatz, George Lawson, Harold Mag- gard, Joseph Mainous, john Marlow, Paul Mayhew, Wynn Mose- ley, Robert Pope, William Prichard, John Raker, Gordon Smith. Thomas Smith, James Stewart, Thomas Tabb, Charles Taekett. Randall Thorp. Gil Whittenhurg. Charles Woodward, Charles Yeary. Pledges: Virgil Blackburn, Dick Bowman, Henry Durham, Clark james, john Jeter, Henry Meyers, joe Planck, Herbert Richardson, Gene Scott, John Scott, Fred Silhanek. The Sigma Chi Derby was the Sigis new entry into the field of sports. Pledges of eleven sororities participated in nine comical events. The highlight of the show, which used the circus theme, was the crowning of Miss Jo Doris Hoover, Delta Delta Delta, as Queen of the Big Top. The all-participation trophy, awarded to the sorority amassing the most points, was won by Zeta Tau Alpha. 274 In November, the Sigs gave one of the outstanding dances of the year. The Sigma Chi White Cross l"ormal was held at the Lexington Country Club. The Sigs and their guests danced to the music of Clyde Trask and his orchestra. The Sigs have again, as in the past, demonstrated their athletic prowess by winning the tennis, volleyball and basketball championships. Lambda Lambda was nn- defeated in the regular bowling season and went to the Finals in wrestling. Miss Carolyn Critchlow, Kappa Alpha Theta, was presented in April, 1950, as the Sweetheart of Lambda Lambda of Sigma Chi at a formal tea. Outstanding leaders on the campus are Gibson Down- ing, Lamp and Cross, student commander of the AHOTC. and ODKg Charles Adams, Lamp and Cross, Phi Delta Phi and Harlan Law Club, Charles Yeary, Phalanx, Gil- bert Whittenburg, Phalanx, joe Mainous, Lamp and Cross and Wynn Moseley, president of the Ilenry Watterson Press Club. X1 pu-X .J I 4 5- x ,11 A 5 5 Q I f9ll1'i'llSOi.H1i' liig'l'0p . . . lioollmll Strallvgisls? . . . 'l'i'llS1'l'Vil'l' . , . Slm'pi1lgLHv:ll1ly . . . Sig Spuzlrmzm Du:mll1'l'ln'l1sl . . . Suncizly:li'lv1'x1om1 sunnin5.5 . . . Sig Opvn llousc . . . NVilil1- Cmss formzll . . . NVl1itc- ruscs for our swcctliuzlrl. 275 ix R x 3 6' ' 1 I3 , 4, F 7 Sigma Chi . - ' ,fx r M ' W 5 X IX LEASE 276 XVhittc-nlmrg, Fnslur, Adams, Mfxmoue Yvnry, VVOOLIW I M I Cl 4 Graham, Prichard, Boultcr, Thorp KyK t Qt tC9'tlIIH'kl 7' A33 fi Us 'Q cm 76' sf Musvlvy, Tnbh, Dalton, 'l'. Smith Mayhew, Gurhor, Colo, Fnwls HlJllll'iL'l', P. Bickvl, Durham, Scott Mvyvr, Plnnck, Blackburn, Richardson, Silhamck Sigma Chi X I lift' Ar" iw, is Q at IEW Sigma u Sigma Nu was founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869. Gamma lota, one of 107 chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1902. The colors of the fraternity are black, gold and white, the Hower is the white rose. Members in the faculty are Dean A. D. Kirwan, Coach Paul Bryant. Officers: Robert Cayce, president, Gilbert Siriu. vice president, Thomas Spain, secretary, Raymond Brown. treasurer. Memlu-rs: Frank Atkins, James Atkins, John Baldridge. Hugh Barber, David Bere, Bruce Blythe, John Booc, Morgan Boyd. John Brabant, James Bradbury, Fred Bradley, Leonard Brewer, llaymond Brown, Robert Brumlicld, Robert Cayce, Robert Clements, Garmon Coburn, William Darter, Leslie Dawson, Olin Gentry, John Hardin, Glen Haagenscn, Gene Hatfield, Joseph Howard. Ilenry Huggins, Phillip Johnston, Scoggan Jones, Benjamin Kil- gore, John Van Larkin, William Maekebee, Robert Marcuzzi, Walter Mclntyre, Robert Nave. William Netherton, Frederick Nichols, James Niekell, Leo Peleske, John Proffitt, Donald Riscb. Donald Schardein, F. Schmidt, Gilbert Siria, NVilliam Slusher, 'I'homas Spain, Robert Sult, Richard Thompson, Jay Wallace, Wil- liam Wannamaker, Kenneth West, Thomas Wheat, William Yates. Pledges: Rangeley Brown, Samuel Blythe, Raymond Clark, Rob- ert Gerhart, Walter Hirsch, Kenneth Hite, Jack Humphrey, Francis Mabelitini, James McCabe, Melbourne Mills, Arthur Naehand, Thomas Nelson, Duane Niekell, Morton Niekell, James Perry, Lawrence Riddle, Gordon Sither. William Spivey. 278 llighlights of the social season for Sigma Nu were a house-party in honor of brother Jolmny Long, well known band leader, a Homecoming dinner for alumni of the Chapter, the animal Christmas Formal in the Bluegrass Room in the Student Union Building, and the White Star Formal in the spring. Sigma Nu again was well represented in intramural sports, entering teams in every event. Outstanding Sigma Nu's on the campus this year were: Tom Spain, Phi Delta Phi, law honorary, Frederick Ni- chols, president of ODK, John Brabant, Lances and SGA, William Darter, SGA, James Bradbury, Phi Eta Sigma, Keys, John Proffitt, YMCA cabinet, Lawrence Riddle, Phi Eta Sigma, Dave Bere, SuKy and captain of cheer- leaders, Bill Wannamaker, football, Bill Spivey, basket- ball, Walt Hirsch, captain of the basketball team, Sam Blythe, swimming, Jay Wallace, Jim Bradbury, Leo Peleske, and Art Nachand, track. - -ff .r:,an-sq." "rr 11: rr. Q i l , ,---- p-.......... 1 I 5., txxnl Nothing.: like that curly morning clip . . . Who's got 11 hummer? . . . Athletes? . . . Brother i'Nosu" amcl lmrothoi' Long . . . Mmijmxim or Opium? . . . Oh, you hamclsomc brutcsl . . . Put those binoculars away . . . Watch thu hircly please, you hcrocs . . . Picture in still life . . . Too many chit-fsg no lnclizms . . . Numa, nclclrm-ss. tclophonc numlwr? Tlmnk you, go to Stallion 9l . . . Goldfish taste good, Coburn? 279 Sigma u , 0, 280 CT' In G'-' It t 'Q X W' A ,,. Q, 'N ' r . 4 .. K Q C1 ,pp RN A: .411 7' C NX .ws Q1 IAQ. Nichols, Sirin, Cayce, Spain, Brown Ii. Aikins, Brulnficld, Sult, Bord,-, Cllslnvnls Blythe-, Hutfiuld, Dawson, Muckm-hoc, june-s Bum-, llamgvnsun, Coburn, Howard, Boyd Schnrnloin, Larkin, Yukos, Thumpsun, Brown-r Gentry, Hardin, Brzxlmnl, J. Nickvll, Wnlluve ,A A A 1 i 0- xl A nul- 'E x t iw' "4's' Mnrcuzzi, Kilgorv, J. Atkins, Brndluy, Whuut Huggins, linldridgo, Johnston, Slnshcr, Bnrho.-r Nvthurton, Schmidt, liisch, PL-lcskc-, Proffitt llitu, Mclnlyru, Bl'itlnllll'y, NVQ-st. C. Nickvll McCallum-, M. Nickm-ll, Clnrk, Ilumphrvy, Brown Riddlm-, Nm-lson, Porry, Naushamd, Mills, Blythe- 1 x 'Q' 0 as ,QR sg.. 3 . 33 it 'HV X1 . 9 . 1 Sigma 2 l V rig-V .Q 1 f' 55732, -' ' "r vt'r--5.371 'Yi 4g,1.:'- 55.41 kk Y2i5.f'Q52.12s if i Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded at llichmond College in 1901. Kentucky Alpha, one of the 103 chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1983. The colors of the fraternity are purple and red, the flowers are the American Beauty Rose and the violet. Members in the faculty are Zeke Shaver and llhea Taylor. Officers: Bill Samuels, president, Everett Halstead, vice presi- dent, David Lewis, secretary, Caren Bybee, treasurer. Members: Max Aekuey, Randall Bishop, John Blake, Robert llreeden, Granville Brock, Garen Bybec, Jim Carr, Arnold Cosby, Wilbur Cox, Ken Darnell, Harry Daugherty, Paul Davidson, Roger Day, Jack Denney, Dick Dorsey, Donald Dowdeu, Melvin Duke, Glenn Fuller, Ronald Fuydal, William Gentry, Scotty Griffith, Pat llull, Everett Halstead, Jack Hardwick, Sam Hansley, Joe Hihbs, Gene Hines, Bill Holman, Harold Hood, Richard Hood, Gordon llughes, Glen Hunt, Carl jones, jack Kuiu, Jim Kemp, Braxton King, Gayle Lawrence, David Lewis, Jim Line, Bob Link, Mike Margaritis, Jim Marvin, Ed Mills, H. Mills, Henry Moody, Larry Myers, Henry Neel, Jim Neel, I. Newland, Bob O'Nan, jim Pal- more, Oakle Petrey, J. Porter, Ed Rankin, Dan Rawlings, Bill Rice, Emmett Rogers, Tom lloot, Bill Smnucls, Charles Sharp, Ilenry Simpson, Don Slone, A. Steely, ll. Stone, john Taylor, Jim Todd, Bob Townsend. Bill Walker, Bill Walls, ,lease Williams, Dean Wilson. V 282 "For it's a long, long while until September," the Sig Ep sang for several months, but then it came, and with it much work for the Sig Eps to do on the new house. And work they did until every crack and crevice was clean and the whole house sparkled with that Oxydol look. The Sig Eps brought plans for many gay parties back to Lexington with them and put these plans immediately into action. First came fish lirys, rush parties and open houses after the games. The fashion plate of all the parties proved to he the annual Dream Girl Dance at the Lexington Country Club. "Sitty" Russell, Kappa Alpha Theta, was chosen Dream Girl of Sigma Phi Epsilon for 1951 and received the gol- den trophy. ' Last but not least was the Masquerade Ball followed by a successful rummage sale by those wonderful Sig Ep wives and mothers. -4 'I'lm Now Dual - Don Dowclvn, lnisloriun: lilo llallslcucl, vivo pn-sicll-l1t'g Bill Szumu-ls, 1Jl'0SlllK'lll1 lJ1lV0 Luwis SCL'l'CUll'j' . . . 'l'wo swc-vll1n'u1'ls-Nancy Caunp. '50 lDl'L'illll Girl prcsvnts trophy to llzlrrivt llllSSl'll, Sig lip lln-zulu Cirl for '5l . . . llzlvv L1-wis l'u'1-ixvs tln- Clillkml ll. Stull S1-lmlanslic Kuy f1'om llugli lllmt . . . lic-lion' llvll xVl'l'li-Sl'1ll0ll, Crau1x'illv Brm-li, l,1llll Dawicl- son, Glu-nn l"llllci': slaliicliiig. jolm N4-wluml, Simpson Nl:-Coiilu-51, llzlmlull llislmp . , . XY:- Sllilllltl lulvc Won . . . 'l'lu- Sig lip girls all l.u1u'vs Czlrnivul . . . llmm-1-winingmlm-vorntimus . . . Kr-n lDzu'm'll-sluclying lm' m:xauusl'?? -5 A .- 0 1 0-. K if I. 1 X 283 I X X 1 N Sigma Phi Epsilon Q I WJ-i' x " X, 55,1 I 4 N :il ,mr l A llii f I s 6 Z gl . ,J . -Q 5' I ax, i I Q 1 wg 'fi -,Q ,A Q Q T", H15 f 'UQ' f-i -Q H f ssh i , ip i i ti Halstead, Byhcc, Sumiu-ls, Lewis, Lini- Wilson, Ki-nip, Hoge-rs, Curr, Todd II. Mills, Link, Griffith, Hinos, E. Mills l.nwrL-nec, Stonv, Ankm-y, jam-s, llnwlinifs 'l'owns1-nd, Williams, Marvin, Slum-, Rankin Darnell, Daugherty, King, Dowdcn, Cox, Dukv 284 F fig 4 34 1 - . Sigma Phi Epsilon ,y' 'vi' N if X as 51 W' K xi i tb ' F Q ' I' , ,- 'Wi T ll .f li-fi " Xfiiif. V R, Hood, Knin, Taylor, Myvrs, Hunt Pnlxnorv, Hilrlxs, llicv, Bri-i-ili-n, Mundy Iluglivs, Porti-r. Study, Slmrpi-, 171-tri-y Donny, Ilurclwiuk, O'Nnn, Walls, Ni-wlnncl Simpson, Wnlkur, Dorf-sry, ll. Iloocl, Iluli-mam lNlan'gan'itis, Fullvr, Fuyilnl, llishup, Root. Brock. McConki-y Q. , 55' i Q Al 285 ff is eg A ' 1 vs "..-s-. . Tau Kappa Epsilon 'l'au Kappa Epsilon was founded at Illinois Wesleyan Univer- sity in l899. Tau Kappa, one of 86 chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in 1950. The colors of the fraternity are cherry and grayg the Hower is the red earnation. Faculty adviser is Rev. P. H. Cowan. Officers: Paul J. VVright, presidentg lliehurd Wohlstein, vice prcsidentg Maurice Van Meter. secreturyg William Williamson. treasurer. Members: james Adams, Edward Appleton, Sumner Bortman, ,lean Bouchy, Raymond Cooley, Stanley Collis, I0h!'l Cox, Joseph Dir-r, joe DiGerilamo, Lane Fleming, Emerson Galloway, Arthur Glickstein, Willis Gray, Wallace McCord, Herbert Moulder, Billy Mullins, Paul Sutton, Gary Thompson, Maurice Van Meter, Wil- liam Williamson. Richard Wohlstein, Paul Wright, Michael Ynck- owskv. Returning to school in the fall, our colony felt the need ol' an extensive rush program due to the loss of many members through graduation. VVe began a complete rush program which gathered in an exceptionally fine pledge class. The year started with a series of parties, dances, and dinners highlighted by the ghost party at Clifton and socials with our chapter at Louisville. The big weekend of the year occurred when we were installed as a chapter of 'l'au Kappa Epsilon. Another outstanding event was the selection of the first Teke Sweetheart on the campus of the University of Kentucky at our annual Red Carna- tion Ball. 286 'l'o prove that scholarship and social life can go hand- in-hand, our colony was rated third in scholastic attain- ment on the campus and our pledge classes were also near the top in the same respect. High praise was rc- ceived from thc National President for these attaininents. 'Il-ke members actively participate in ca1npus activities. ltiehard Wohlstein and Paul Wright hold down first string positions on the fencing team. Herb Moulder founded the Golden Age Club for elderly people in Lex- ington, Ray Cooley helps publish the Kernel every week and Paul VVright is Associate-Editor of the Kentucky Engineer. Maurice Van Meter has received recognition for attaining the highest average of anyone in the Cadet Corps of the Military Department for two consecutive years. Richard Wohlstein is the vocalist with Tinker l3aggarly's band. In addition to this, 'Feke is represented in Phi Eta Sigma and Phalanx fraternities. H .Gave- I AZko5'a Xb --- ooo wg f 0. ,,! , ,--' 6 ay D K' Q .T i llllftlllllll, Applvtmi, VVllll2llllS0ll. lVllllllt'l'. Wnlllstl-in Cooley. Fulton, Yucknwsky. Wright. Glickstm-in Thompson, Vain Mulur. Fla-ming, Sutton, Collis llmn-hy, Mayer, Mullins, Digirulaimu, Cox Dior, Gnllowny, McCord, Gray T 1.4.4 V .. . J. X, '- I o V: vxlv 1 Triangle Triangle was founded at the University of Illinois on April 15, l907. The Kentucky Chapter, one of 18, was installed on Oe- toher 530, l920. The colors of the fraternity are old rose and grayg the Hmver is the gardenia. The faculty adviser is Clinton K. Hoffman. Officers: llohert Deen, president, George Fischer, vice presidentg llyrnes Fairchild, secretary, Gerald Dodge, treasurer. Members: L. K. Adams, D. K. Albright, W. Albright, W. T. Austin, K. Barnett, I. A. Bishop, L. D. Brown, H. C. Brummctt, lt. C. Deen, C. E. Dodge, 1. Evans, B. C. Fairchild, D. B. Fair- child, C. K. Fischer, G. L. Feltel, W. j. Cordonwood, F. M. Ilaagensen, J. L. Haworth, VV. I-linkle, ll. C. Johnson, S. F. Lee, I. A. LeGL-ttc, A. K. Linvillc. T. L. Mclleynolds, M. I. Meredcth, lt. B. Morrison, K. lt. Reynolds, J. L. Spinks, J. W. Tietyen. Pledges: T. I. Clark, T. H. Ellsworth, W, J. Evans, j. E. Lacy, XV. C. Lewis, W. C. Shuhert, R. T. Whitson. The Triangle Engineers have had a husy year. Socially there were picnics, heach parties, house dances, smokers and other activities, which kept the Triangle house at 628 E. Main humming like a bee hive. After each home foot- hall game, a huffet supper or snack and a house dance ensued. On one memorable occasion, the Triangles en- tertained 30 brothers from the Cincinnati Chapter who came down for the game. 288 The greatest event of the yea1', of course, was the Tri- angle Christmas Formal held at the Boiling Springs Coun- try Cluh on Decemher 9. Don Fairchild, social chairnnm. took excellent care of all arrangements. The Triangles have heen outstanding in campus acti- vities, including Lances C2lI'l1lVtll, Homecoming displays. Sadie Hawkins Day Race, student government elections. Ugly-Man contest, and others. Scholastieally, the Triangles excelled. At the National Convention, the Kentucky chapter was awarded the Scholarship Plaque for the chapter showing the greatest improvement for the preceding year. As for Triangles in honoraries, there were many. Two men were in Tau Beta Pi, two in Pi Tau Sigma, two in Omicron Delta Kappa, one in Lamp and Cross, three in Lances, two in Eta Kappa Nu, two in Keys, two in Sigma Pi Sigma, seven on the staff of the Kentucky Engineer, and three in the Student Government Association. T 4 ' gf 6 , fx xx vf , v 4 Lk' vlptu, S-'V X' ' Q Kathy, l,I'ClX?I'l, Ann ancl Don at thc 'friamllu Christmas clancc . . . Dancing at an one-n houst- . . . 'lll'l1lIH.XlC booth at Lanccs carnival . . . lorry ancl Ht-v cnjoying thc- Trianglt- Christmas clancv . . . XVaync and KO entertain at thu housm- . . . ,Im-fl' Gorclomvoocl, limo XVhittcn, Aim- vllvn Bownc, Byrncs liairchilcl, jim llaworth, Boh Dm-n. .lim Evans, llolm johnson, A. K. Lin- villc, Shin-Icy Porta-r, Kathy Cook, ancl Sam Lu- ct-lvlmratc an intralmlral foothall victory . . . 1 The hoys at summer snrvcying camp . . . Ncwly pinnt-tl Sam in a colcl showvr . . . "I appyu Bureau takcs aim at Lant-vs Carnival . . . 'I'rianglv's Lana-cs Carnival Sponsor. Kristina . . . Don gots pinnocl and is prvparm-cl for thc SlllWVt'l' . . . 'Vrianglvs at a foothall gamu , . . 'l'ri- angles rt-lax at the laku. 2 Triangle KX I . JN ' 1 'L 290 fe w Q1 Q , WS C: . Z ' V M 2 Qt l 4- 5, A iff Walk , -,,. I ,,. , .gp ., , mv in 6 A I' .amid if A Deen, Dodge, Fischer, B. Fairchild Clark, L. Brown, Adams, Bishop VV. Albright, D. Albright, Burnett, Spinks I-Iinklc, Tietycn, Harclson, Lee ,Q Austin, Hnngcnscn, Mcllcynolds, Lucy Meredith, Haworth, Evans, Whitson Feltcl, Linville, Reynolds, Gordonwnod Morrison, D. Fairchild, Ellsworth, Johnson Triangle Inspired by its tremendous wealth of comradeship, Zeta Beta Tau has just completed the type of year that serves as an incentive to the incoming freshmen and leaves graduating seniors with p1'oud memories. llichie l"rank's social committee is to be commended for its outstanding work in making our house dances after the football games wonderful successes, and above all for making our annual O1'chid Formal one of the most memorable events in the history of Zeta Beta Tau. But the prize award QQUCS to Pledge Father Sonny Cergely and his committee for their splendid Work in producing one of the most outstanding pledge classes ever to come down the pike. When Mrs. Boggs resigned last spring after two years of devoted service, the fraternity was indeed fortunate to secure the services of so gracious and understanding a woman as Mrs. T hercsa Blumenthal. May her relations with Zeta Beta Tau be as long and happy as Mrs. Boggs'. The brothers of Zeta Beta Tau have plenty of talent: there are several brains, a magician, several athletes, a few so-called musicians, everyone is a Don Juan, and several non-sleepers who make plenty of noise throughout the night. The boys have taken quite an interest in intramural sports, and have shown talent in football, track, basketball, volleyball, and softball. 29:2 Zeta Beta Tau The ZBT's are proud of their brothers who have bc- come leaders in campus activities, Charlie Tyroler, man- aging editor of the Kentuekian, Phalanx, track team man- ager, Alpha Phi Omega, Henry Wfattcrson Press Club, llobert lfraiman, College Chamber of Commerce, presi- dentg K-Club, track teamg Arthur Weinberg, Kernel ad-- vertising manager, Ivan Coldfarb, Keys, Alpha Phi Ome- ga, Jerold Bass, SGA, Hillel, president, Eugene Duliow, Interfaith Council. Zeta Beta Tau was founded at the College of the City oi' New York, December 29, 1898, and now has 47 chapters in American colleges and universities. Alpha Iota was installed on the Uni- versity of Kentucky campus on December 3, 1942. Blue and white are the fraternity colorsg the Orchid is the Ilower. Officers: Robert Fraimau. presidentg I-Ienry Sohmer, vice presi- dentg Irvin Goldstein, secretary, William Frisch. treasu1'er. Members: Henry Abraham, Jay Abraham, Jerold Bass, Sanford Bederman, Malcolm Cole, Eugene DuBow, Leonard Fine, Nathan- ial Fogler, Robert Fraiman, Richard Frank, William Frisch, Irvin Gergely. Jack Goldben, Ivan Goldfarb, Irvin Goldstein, Joel Gor- don, Norman Gordon, Paul Gordon, Malcolm Herman, Donald Pressman, David Robinson, Lloyd Schuster, Henry Sohmer, Evan Sturm, Meyer Tulkofl, Charles Tyroler. Arthur Weinberg, Sol hVL'lSI'l1l7t'l'j!, Leonard Zuckerman, Myron Zuckerman. IS ,V Q pyggy X w r flu ,laxxx 'ang- :::. XX 1 I Q G OA' V? .3 'px url A 'fake r I rn-S , Q K ll ,' ,., I 6' 1 .Qu-v "Elm" ZA I E K ig Sf- S qc:- Kel . A5 sa x A, 4, ':'Sa5Z.L '5- ,ff- 'Q H1 Q' , 45 S . gm, . AA WV' v 3 aw Q Q ,f AQ lg ,E . RJ WEL" S 611 l"risn:h. l"runk, Frnimun, Culdstcin. Snhmvr L. Zuckvrnum, Schustor. 'l'yrnlur, G4-vga-ly, xVL'il'lbCl'1.I j. Gordon, Coldhvn, Wm-isonlu-rg, P. Gurdon, I. Ahrnllaun Goldfnrh. N. Cordon, Robinson, Ilvrnum, Colo Finu. ll. Ahralhnm, Duliow, M. Zuckurmnn, Pl't'SSllHlll his lflll, B1'll4'l'lllilll, 'I'ulkufl', Buss, Foglm' J . x x 6. v 1 U .l'9 vw. M i 1 fz xa' 5 a U J'-QT A' v-JNJ my-V spa, ,W Q L. .LB fa, ! v . I V fffff H 1 -3 V4 W A m is X 7 jf' 'X 3 fag!" '1 QW' 4 A Vg., mx if VL if -L s 'Q ww ig X 1 O r? ,qs I '--1 'T .h-3 .f.! ...-ww ,rf ' Beta Sigma Rho Beta Sigma llho was founded at Cornell University in 1910. Kappa, one of 11 chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky on May 8, 1949. The colors of the fraternity are blue and gold, the llower is the white orchid. Dr. Walter Hargreaves is faculty adviser. Officers: Daniel Wish, president, Stanley Masonberg, vice president, Arthur Bednar, secretary, llohert WVilliams, treasurer. Members: Arthur Bednar, Fred Fair, David Greenberg, Sidney Ilalperen, Stanley Mnsonherg, Robert YVil- liams, Daniel Wish, Stan Yussman. Pledges: Joel Frisch, George McCann. Due to the fact that Beta Sigma Rho has only recently 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. 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 I-largrcavcs who has unselfishly donated his time to the fraternity as faculty adviser and "big brother". 'nn-, 1 -:rw llodnar, Wish, Williams, Masonherg Ilalperen, Greenberg, McCann, Frisch 4.0 alig n! itil l I 'lil .-vi W mf! Farmhouse Fraternity Ogre' gif W, W 412- 9--l 5f?i"rwx . M Ale. I Q it Nvgzf " 5' t tf.. . , ' ff fzjiifw M l- -i , nl t...- ,--I "V- i . --:- Am t s .N ' 0 '17 get yi, e as s Q, , M ' X Z. W ! V , gg. ' . s N W . f J , , l , 'ri - fgitsztigi Fuchs, Johnson, Burncttc, Picriuger, Davis, YValsh Clement, Tucker, Pendley, James, Buckles, Duvall Sclirater, Tcater, llogers, Hopper Farmhouse Fraternity was founded in Missouri in 1905. The Kentucky Club was installed at the Uni- versity of Kentucky in 1950. The colors of the traternity are green, gold and whiteg the flower is the sun- burst rose. Faculty ndviscr is Dwight M. Seath. A Officers: Cecil Burnette, presidentg James johnson, vice presidentg Harold Davis. secretaryg Arthur Pier- Jnger, treasurer. Members: Cecil Burnctte, R. Clement, Harold Davis, Richard Fuchs, James Johnson, Justus Pendley, Ar- thur Pieringer, Billy Ridgway, Roy Sims, Dale Stahl, Robert Teater, William Tucker, Willimn Wash. Pledges: Harold Buckles, Allen Duvall, William Hopper, Kenneth James, Charles Rogers, Linwood Sehrntcr. Prior to our return to the campus, arrangements were made for eight members to room and eat together for the first semester. Duc to our late organization in the spring, we were unable to alan all the fall activities desired. However, we started the season with a stag party and ended with a square dance in honor of the pledges. During October, five members spent an enjoyable and worthwhile two days at the Bien- nial Conclave held in Illini Union on the University of Illinois campus. Outstanding Farmhouse men on the campus this year were Iames Johnson, president of Dairy Clubg Arthur Pieringer, president of Agronomy Clubg I-Iarold Davis, member of Lances and YMCAg Justus Pendley, vice president of Agronomy Club, Cecil Burnctte, vice president ot Dairy Club and Alpha Zetag Richard Fuchs, Robert Teater, Lec Tucker, and Charles Rogers, members of Alpha Zctag and Dale Stahl, International Youth Exchange. Probably the most important highlight of the year was the acceptance of the club on the campus by the faculty anc the Inter-fraternity Council. We ,feel that this gave us an added inspiration and more enthusiasm to prove ourselves worthy ot becoming a chapter of the na- tional organization. As part of our endeavors this year, we secured the house which was our fraternal home for the Spring semester. QC? L 5 Theta Xi ' 3133. U 298 Hensley. Pinto. Hops-, Silwrry Druitt, Hoehstrnsser, Meyers, Magi-I Theta Xi was founded at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on April 29, 1864. Kentucky Colony, one of the 45 chapters, was installed at the University of Kentucky in january, 1950. The colors of the fraternity are blue and white. Faculty adviser is Dr. Zimmerman. Officers, Charles Hope, prcsidentg Juan Pinto, vice president, Robert Petseh, secretary, Robert Tuttle, treasurer. - Members: Charles Druitt, Harvey Hensley, Charles Hope, Paul Hickey, Donald Hoeh- strasser, Marion Magel, Albert Meyers, Robert Petsch, juan Pinto, Robert Siberry, Robert Tut- tle, Kenneth Victor. Women if Resilience UHI75 B1'idgcandDatcs . . . Ukuleles and Campuses Boyd Hall A' .4 6 W J '5 A 'tl' V: 2' i . , Q, .., 2 Vg- 5 in 5. , 1 , Q? W ' - if - V l - f W 0 , 1' M F ,, l , ,K K n . r ki 1" Y . . : , 5. J S W i M ,J N V ll , ll '. ' ." F' 1.1 i"" . . 1 .Y 3, 1' 'Q A-ff ' , ,. Y x Por. Biff' 300 Gromluy, Shivlds, Gentry, Cnoksvy, Alnnnnn, Kmu'hy, Thompson, Lushy, Gnunm, Tlmnms, Ends, Svntcrs, Put- ton, Young, Maffctt L. Wilson, Crollclrcnlur, Dnwson, L.. M. Wilson, Martin, Cannon, Fishur, Evans, Wigginton, Rogurs, 'I'icl10nm', Millar, Blumenthal Schwab, Tnrplcy, Mndclon, Collin-r, Dovur, Millvr, Wvidu, Houston, Gontvrmani, Flurm-nec, 1'L-tcl'scn. Exon, LL-nk: YVillinms, Phelps, M. Wilson, Burkhart, Ethingtnn, Fnrluy, Cohn-n, Nuhm, Kc-llvy, BL-ul, Newsome-, PiCkll'SilI1I'l' li. Harris, Ls-slic, Goa-hcl, Norton, Gnskin, Hngnv, J. Hurris, Stivcrs Incerdorm C ounc1l 'Q 8 134: -s. ,.!J"""' X 1 Schnvffqw, Wilson, Ringo, Downing, Bostvr, Cvhrling Cohen, Sanford, Mayo, Fields L., ,, Bl Nc-wr-ll, D. 1l':u'1'is, Day, Moore, Hoc-nig, Arrimxtnn, Br0uc'lnS, SnyL'lvi', Smvurd, West, G01-ssnmn 1':n'ka-r, Adams, Swzmxon, 'I'an'tm', I. Ilnrris. Crum, Masta-rs, Stumho, Brown, Own-ns A. Joni-s, Inugni, Tsuhnki, J. juni-s, Clurick, Turm-r, I'l:n'p, Insku, Crnyno, C0i.l'l' Carson, Schmitt, Smith, Rm-ynolds evvell Hall axlkvr, Shuislmry, Cruusv. Tunipm-sl, Knlmv, Y. Smith. Compton, Sn-nlf, VVilson, Ellis, Stupln-nsun, llaulcn Anlcznk rry, Butts-. Barklvy, Pm-rkins, VVhit4-, Scott, Culdstc-in, Fryniirv. Nutting, Rogcrs, Clmtiivld, GL-orgiadun K1-rcklwif, Lvwis Aka-rs, Swint, Iluluy, Bnscnlmck, Neil, Amlvrson, Ililling, Y. justicu, Burton, Hutchcruft, Kolk, Ricc- lliguu. Alla-n, McCm'th1-y, Martin. Wntlinulcm, 'I'hntchvr. Atlu-rum, C. justiuu, Chinnupungsv, Staiplvton Heuser, Bach, Allen, Blackwell, Frieke, Hunter, Hunt, Christine, jackson, Bray, K. Brown Ellis, Bennett, Kleimeyer, Driscoll, Campbell, Humplirey, jesse, Graves, Day, Crane, Dearien, Coyle, M. Clark Gearhart, Hutchison, Fritz, Gregory, Grillot Harris, Driskill, Bailey, Bryson, Copens, Chapman, Behrens, Ballard, V. Green, Jarvis, Greenberger, Gudgel Blair, Hoover, Devereaux, Hollis, Archer, Coburn Campbell. liarnliill, Bush, Clifford, Curry, Kereheval, Gentile. Barnett, Hamilton. Ford, Deuser, llntler. Ilay- eraft, Hamrielc, lireitenstein, Harish llrashear, Ashbrook, Cutler. Crawley, lllair, Congleton, Clarke, Chatten, lllaek, llannn, llarris, Bell, Fischer Ilervey, Cook, Coleman Patterson Hall 3. , 'al ' llemmers, May, Taylor, Watkins, Ynnt, Tetzel, M. Payne, McNeill, Turman, Olfntt, Maxwell Winkler, E. Williams, Nash, Madden, llisen, Nantz, Norman, Overfleld, Rui, lloss, Sabel, Summitt, McCamey, Sanford, Maddox, Neblett, Ringo, Patton Lilly, Roberts, Raidt, B. Payne, MeGary, Tinsley, King, Sizemore, Menaugh, Weaver, S. Taylor, I. Lewis, Sim- mons, I. Payne, Phillips, Whitehead Pigue, Latta, Lutes, Milkey, Weatherford, Lammers, Sehumm, Nisbet, Thomas, Schreiber, Pitehford, Rezzouico, Sleeth, Petry, Moneurc Parrish, Murphy, MeDade, Ratliff, Tindall, Peters, Sullivent, Montgomery, Townsend, Lcdford, B. Williams, MeKeel, Norwood, Long, Lair, Pirtle llo McDowell, Lydia Brown House 632 and 635 Maxwellton Court Soinmlwnrl. Cohan, Gillnm. Mc-Null. jackson, 'l'n4-kor. Km-m-ipp, Pills, Puryr-nr. lflllllll. lllauizy. llmlalivk, lh-II C. Anrlvrsun 1-vnolcls, lim-cli. llnrrow. li. llill. llughos, Sta-pln-ns. NVil1-y. llannillon. l'uwn-ll. llrnnlnnn. Svoll. Shir-lnln. U Snncll-rs, Culp, l'. -l0lN'S Sniclow, Mininrrl, l,l'I'l1'l', Vmlrn. llmlgl-rs, xVl1L'K'll'l'. lxlllillll. -Iuslicv, llninvs. Ifivlcls. 'l'l'ossky, lloriv, llunl S. Smith, Clmmlla-r, linslvy, ,le-li-r, l+'u::lvr, C. Smith, lmwis. K. Amlvrxon, Chilclrn-ss Sayre Hall Rowley, 'Bi-nnnon, T-Ions:-r, Krieger, Winn, Lewis, Bail:-y. Van Dulwr, Mnntgxoniory, 'Koch Durrclt, Powcll, llviiaml, llrvil, limi, Grnos. llucliins, Anclr-rson, Sluslu-r, 'l'ntc, lfanxlkm-r. llnmcy llnllon, 'l'nckr'1', Stvplwns slr-r. Hnnly, llc-uton, Downing, All:-n, Bnilvy, Slivc-rs, Mnrlin, lilnir, llussr-ll, Snmlm-l'ur, Mny, Bohnu, Jones, 3 Graduatzbn . . Sadness Honors Not the and joy .... . . . . Sheepskins . . . . end .... The beginning W K' 1 V R4 IWW E ma ' -, Q' ' "N'f".1 riff 4 -wg . MLEGC n 25' 'wiv Ks ' 1. 19 v-i S E N I O R Hn 4 . vii 'cf "1' ' ' , x , , f H A N y 4 N QQ, Xt K. xi. '13 'gif 5l:. K W Q A x .W 'IF' ,fx fn- "Z: V A WVILLIAM RAY ABELL, Engineering . Casey Creek JOHN L. ACKMAN, Law ..... VVilliamstown ANNA RUTH ADAMS, Aix S. . . Evansville, Ind. Phi Beta, Guignol, WBKY, YWCA, Clec Club, Choristers, ?3V1fn1cn's Administrative Council, Boyd IIall, president, Chi c ta Phi ,IOAN CECILIA ADAMS, Ak .... Lexington Alpha Delta Pi, Newman Club, Social Work Club, Dutch Lunch Club LESLIE K. ADAMS, lr., Engineering . . Lexington Triangle, Eta Kappa Nu, A.l.E.E., Ky. Engineer, business manager XVILLIAM M. ADAMS, Engineering . . Ashland Lambda Chi Alpha, ASCE XVILLIAM N. ADAMS, Pluirmacy . . Louisville American Pharmaceutical Assoc. SIIIRLEE AKERS, A.tv S. ...... Carrollton Phi Beta, YWCA Cabinet, University Chorus, 240 Com- mittee, Social Work Club, sec1'etary NV. GENE AKIN, Engineering . . . Owensboro ASCE NVARREN ALBRICIIT, Engineering . . . Louisville Triangle, Ky. Engineer, AIEE JOHN ALLARD, jr., Aix S. . . . . Kappa Sigma, Newman Club, Philosophy Club . . Lewisport DOROTIIY FRANCES ALLEN, Aix S. . . Lexington Alpha Xi Delta, YWCA, Newman Club, Kernel, circulation manager, Kentuckian, Bacteriology Society, Dutch Lunch Club CWVENDOLYN ALLEN, Education . . Covington Outing Club, YWCA, Cosmopolitan Club, Art Club: HAROLD D. ALLEN, Agk Home Ec . . lleuderson Newman Club, YMCA ROBERT CLAY ALLEN, Commerce . . . Morehead Delta Sigma Pi ROBERT LOUIS ALLEN, Commerce . . . Eastern FRED A.. AMENT, ,lR., Aix S. . . . Fo1't Mitchell Phi Sigma Kappa ,lANET ALLEN ANDERSON, Aix S. . . Owingsville Theta Sigma Phi, vice-president, YWCA Cabinet, Mortar Board, editor-historian, Kernel, editor, Kentuekian, associate- cditor, Alpha Lambda Delta, treasurer, Women's Glec Club, Mixed Chorus, Pitkin Club, Guignol, Kentucky Press As- sociation journalism Award, Board of Student Publications, WSSF Committee, Disciples Student Fellowship, Mortar Board Plaque, Phi Beta Kappa MAX WAYNE ANKNEY, A.vSzS. . . . Somerset, Pa. Sigma Phi Epsilon EDXVARD M. APPLETON, Com. . Brookline, Mass. Tau Kappa Epsilon, president, ASCE THOMAS F. ARNOLD, Engineering . . Cynthiana Alpha Tau Omega, Pershing Rifles, ASME, AIME AR'l'I'lUR K. ASBURY, Ag.5tI'Io1nc Ee . . . Carlisle Phi Delta Theta KENNETH H. ASI-IBY, Ag.8z Home Ee . Hopkinsville Phi Kappa Tau, 4-H Club WILLIAM CURTIS ASHER, A.8z S. . . . Letcher ROBERT LUTHER ASPLEY, Engineering . Franklin Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma COLLEEN JOY ATHERTON, Education . Livermore FTA FRANK ALLEN ATKINS, Commerce . . Lexington Sigma Nu, Interfraternily council FRANCIS LEO ATON, Engineering . . . Louisville Newman Club ,IAMES ALVIN AURAND, Engineering . . Paducah NVILLIAM R. AUSTIN, Engineering . . Horse Cave Triangle WILLIAM EDXVARD imma, AA s. . New rm-k, NX. Newman Club, English Club NATHANIEL P. BACCARLY, Ask S. . . Lexington Phi Mu Alpha, president, Band, Clee Club ,IOHN P. BAILEY, Education ..... lleuderson JUNE RENEE BAILEY, AJR S. . xVlllllllIlS0ll, NV.Va. EUGENE BAKER, Pharmacy . . New Albany, ind. Phi Delta Chi, Am. Plnnwnaceutical Association ,IOHN A. BALDRIDCE, Commerce , I , Louisville Sigma Nu HENRY B. BALDXVIN, Engineering . . Bardstown ASCE, Newman Club TOM BALDXVIN, IH, Ag.1X Home Ec . , Rielnnond Kappa Alpha, Block and Bridle BETTY EVVINC BALL, AJS S. .... Louisville Dlelta Delta Delta, Social Work Club, vice-president, League oi YVomen Voters, YWCA, Student Union Board, vice- president. STEPHEN A. BALLINCER. ,lR., Commerce . . . . . . Huntington, NV. Va. NVILLIAM MASON BANKS, Aga Home Ec . Sturgis EMMA LILY BARNES. Agia Home Ee . Beaver Dam Alpha Delta Pi, Suky, Ilome Ee Club, 4-II Club, YWCA' 240 Committee , LAXVRENCE BARNES, ,lR., AA S. . . Lexington THOMAS ERNST BARNES. Commerce . Beaver Dam Phi Kappa Tau, Arnold Air Society, Alma Magna Mater CARL XVAYNE BARNETT, Commerce . . Frankfort KINE BARNETT, Engineering .... Lexington Triangle, AIEE, Band LEVICY JANE BARNETT, Agak Home Ee . Bagdad Alpha Gamma Delta, Alma Magna Mater, Home Economics Club, League of Women Voters, YWCA, Glue Club DORIS ROSE BARRY, Commerce . . . Louisville Newman Club, Keifee Klub, Outing Club, YNVCA, College Chamber of Commerce BEN T. BARTLETT, Engineering . . . Lexington mzsis-rnnnow E. S EWG A J' I I . I s., sunrfn: -4 5 ap, VOVCDNRFDO Oifwggy-y,,5L,,,l,5. VIRGINIA E. BARTLETT, Alt S. . . . Louisville Kappa Kappa Gannna, Cosmopolitan Club, Newman Club, Art Club BOYD D. BATTS, Agk Home Ee . . Tu1'ne1's Station BARBARA ALLEN BEAM, Engineering . Bardstown Alpha Gamma Delta, ASCE JOIIN G. BEARD, Ak S. . . . . Stanton RUSSELL C. BEAUCIIAMP, Engr. . . Russellville Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Lamp N Cross CLYDE BEGLEY, Commerce . . . Lexington 240 Committee CARL EDXVARD BEGLEY, ANS. Springfield PAUL JENNINGS BELCHER, Engr. . . Lexington RUPERT D. BELT, Education . . Dawson Springs FTA NVILLIAM K. BENJAMIN, Pharmacy . . Louisville Rho Chi, Phi Delta Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association CHARLES A. BENTLEY, Engineering . . Lexington ASCE XVILLIAM J. BENTLEY, Ag.8z Ilome Ee . Milan, Ind. Outing Club FRANK V. BENTON III, Law ..... Lexington Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Phi, lnterfralernity Council, Stu- dent Bar Association, Justice Harlan Law Club ROBERT H. BENTON, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Am. Pharmaeeutieal Association, Kappa Psi EBBA KRISTINA BERGENSTRAHLE, AA S. . . . . . Gothanburg, Sweden Cwens, Cosmopolitan Club, Philosophy Club, secretary, Koffee Klub, YWCA EDVVARD A. BERGLUND, Ak S. . Reading, Conn. GLORIA T. BILANCIO, Education . Elkha1't, Indiana Alpha Delta Pi, FTA, Newman Club ELIZABETH L. BILLITER, Commerce . XVinchester Chi Omega, College Chamber Commerce, Alma Magna Mater, SGA, Student Union Committee JAMES MAIIAN BIRCH, Engineering . . Pineville Band, ASME JOSEPH ALLEN BISIIOP, Engineering . Covington Triangle GEORGE MORRISON BLACK, AJS: S. . . Richmond Physics Club INEZ BLACK, Commerce . BakersHcld, N. Carolina Alpha Delta Pi, secretary - ?V.NX 1.1 1Eilsl'r,,p'! x ,Jim CUTE,-ll 1x l.l'A'l Ma.: E' X "QQ, ESQ, Q. A'L0Bf---fn 4 SUEEESTION Foil STRRIGN E U' INA linvn HALL TREES. 808 JAMES CLIFTON BLAIR, Law . . . Akron, Ohio Kappa Alpha, vice-president, Phi Delta Phi, Ky. Law jour- nal, Phi Eta Sigma VIRGIL BLAIR, Agia Ilome Ee . . Litchiield Poultry Club, Poultry Judging Team LUCIA ANN BLAND, Education .... Lexington Chi Omega, Suky KENNETH LEE BLEVINS, Commerce . Covington Lambda Chi Alpha, YMCA Cabinet, YMCA, president, Phalanx, BSU, Alpha Phi Omega, lnterfraternity Council, Alma Magna Mater, president, Pitkin Club, College Cham- ber Connnerce GEORGE B. BOCGS, Engineering .... Roxana ASCE JESSE C. BOLLINGER, Connnerce . . . Louisville Phi Kappa Tau, Della Sigma Pi, secretary DAVID E. BONN, Engineering . . Louisville Newman Club JOIIN CIIARLES BOOE. Commerce . . . Frankfort Sigma Nu, Newman Club, Veterans Club NORMA BOSTER, A.8z S. ...... Russelville Alpha Ganuna Delta, Student Bar Association, YWCA, lnter-Dorm Council IIENRY R. BOSVVELL, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Kappa Psi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association NVILLIAM JOSEPH BOUGIIEY, Ah S. . . Louisville Kernel, Newman Club ROBERT D. BOULTER, Commerce . . Ilopkinsville Sigma Chi, secretary PAUL BOVVLING, Ag.tkllomeEc . . . Oneida Agriculture Club, treasurer BENTON E. BOWMAN, Ag.N Home Ee . Colmnbia CARLIE BONVMER, Enginee1'ing . . Russell Springs ASCE ALLEN O. BOYD, Pharmacy . . . . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association ANNE ROSS BOYD, Education . Huntington, VV.Va. Chi Omega, WAA, FTA JACKIE M. BOYD, Commerce , .... Barlow Delta Sigma Pi, treasurer, Alpha Phi Omega MORGAN C. BOYD, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Ilopkinsville Sigma Nu, Phalanx, Alpha Phi Omega, YMCA XVILLIAM ROBERT BOYD, Education . . Somerset BSU, Veterans Club, FTA 7. NVILHLIAM T. BOYD, Engineering . . Smith Town JOHN MICHAEL BRABANT. AAS: S. . . . Elkton Sigma Nu, Lanees, SGA, Pence Physics Club, White Math Club, YMCA, Alma Magna Mater MARY ANNE BRADFORD, A.tQ S. . . . Covington Kappa Delta, Philosophy Club, English Club, Chorus LOIS BIRCI-IFIELD BRADLEY, A.8z S. . Lexington SIDNEY F. BRADY, Pharmacy .... Louisville Phi Delta Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association MARY II. BRAND, Education .... Salem, Va. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Koflee Klub CIIESLEY E. BRANDON, JR., Education . Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha, FTA S E N I O R S P , A.:, ,U V hx A N q k ,,,.. EF , D 4 I , I h 1' h 'ff ,, fl? 1 A J rv .we Q - W S Q ,,.:.,A,. ,,Q.,, ., - cr.. ,- '55 A ., JV W x X ' . a , V, ff 'F L '75 N, '- Q X mv' Q. ' U' 95' L5 'A' 5 1 xr? 44 ' F S .fn 'M . WY ln? Q' J A x , . -A-, QA, Pig QW A a K - ,sf ' A xv vi 63' 309 S E N If Q R 5 s ,f 2 , e lf? .w i 'Cf . "Ma ,.,.,f 4 , Q1 f 6' w Q . G 555 'O , J Q 5 J gi IA: V : g li E. ix 1 Ex Q 5 nur., 3? x , 4 J I TX IFE 1 . fa Q .1 1 Yi . IA, H' D" 5' E ' EL 'N 5, , , . ., f Y lk. V. F J 1 G 0 12' I 4 ' ..... ff: x ,979 fu. ,vw , cis QU 6 'W' t 1 F 0,1 sz P y ' " . fum ff 'W 1 if kixg ., ., my -1 if S 5 1 'f at A if? ,ff if at Q KS? Q PEGGY ANN BRANNOCK, Commerce . Nicholasville FTA ARVEL BRANSCUM, Ag.k Ilome Ec . . . Delta ROBERT R. BREEDEN, Engineering . . . Miclway Sigma Phi Epsilon, ASCE RALPII BREEDING, Engineering . . . Lexington EUGENE J. BREIDING, Engineering . Boonton, N.J. Eta Kappa Nu, IRE, secretary and vice-president, AIEE, Astronomy Cluh, vice-president, German Cluh, Newman Cluh, Veteran's Cluh XVARREN G. BRIGGS, Engineering . Flushing, N.Y. Phi Kappa Tau, Mt-n's Glec Cluh, Chorus WILLIAM ll. BRITTAIN, Engineering . Millcrshurg ASCE ELMER G. BROOKER, JR., Engineering . Lexington Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Scahhard and Blade, AIEE, IRE LYNN PHILIP BROXVDER, Engineering . . Fulton Eta Kappa Nu, IRE, AIEE BIRDIE ALICE BRONVN, Education . . . XVAIYSAINV FTA, English Cluh FRANK EVANS BROYVN, Aix . . Burnside American Chemical Society JAMES E. BROWVN, Pharmacy .... Louisville Phi Delta Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association LENETII DERRAL BRONVN, Engineering . Marion Triangle, ASME PERRY A. BROWN, Engineering . . . llartford IRE RALPH BRADLEY BRONVN, Engineering . Lexington ROBERT N. BRUMFIELD, AJS: S. . . . Monticello Sigma Nu IIERBERT S. BRUNER, Ag.eSz Ilome Ee . Ilawesville ALBERT- COOK BRYANT, Engineering . Lehanon Newman Cluh LESTER RICHARD BRYANT, JR., Aix S. . Lexington Kappa Sigma, Keys, Pryor Pre-Med Society, Baseball Team, Phi Beta Kappa JEANNE ELISE BUCIIER, A.8z S. . . . Lexington ARDEN MARION BULLOCK, A.6t S. . Cincinnati, O. Delta Delta Delta, president, Panhellenic Council, Block and Bridle, Alma Magna Mater RAYMOND II. BURCII, JR., Ag.8t Home Ee . . . . . . Nicholasville Kappa Alpha, Block and Bridle, Arnold Air Society, Scah- hard and Blade GLENN B. BURCIIETT, A.6z S. . . . Prestonshurg Phi Sigma Kappa FRANCIS M. BURD, Pharmacy .... Louisville Phi Delta Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association RALPH V. BURCIN, Commerce . . . Mt. Vernon Seahhard and Blade YVILLIAM I-I. BURKS, Ak S. . . . Berger, Texas Alliha Sigma Phi, president, Interfraternity Council, Persh- mi: Rifles CECIL C. BURNETTE, Ag.sSz Home Ee . . Fulton House, 4-H'Club, Block and Bridle, Alpha Zeta, Dairy 5. 6. 7. EVERETT BURTON, JR., Law . . Portsmouth, Ohio Phi Delta Phi, historian, Student Bar Association MILDRED PAULINE BURTON, Education . Vester FTA, YWCA NVILLIAM B. BYRD, Law ....... Fulton Phi Delta Phi, McReynolds Cluh, president, Student Bar Association IIARRY G. CALDNVELL, AJR S. . . . lVilliamstown Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Phi Omega GEORGE XV. CALICO, JR., Pharmacy . . Louisville Phi Delta Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association CHARLES LEE CALK, Education . . . Lexington Delta Chi, Scahhard and Blade, Alma Magna Mater, FTA, English Cluh, YMCA FRED CALLAIIAN, Ag.txllomeEc . . Booneville SYLVESTER J. CALLAIIAN, Engineering . Jackson ,IOIIN R. CALVERT, Commerce .... Pikeville NANCY L. CAMP, Age: llome Ee . Charleston, NV.Va. Delta Delta Delta, Home Ee. Cluh MARY E. IIILL CARIGAN, Education . . Liherty NVILLIAM ALLEN CARL, AN S. . . . Port Royal Pi Kappa Alpha, Phalanx, Scahhard and Blade, Arnold Air Society, Pryor Pre-Med CINO CARLI, Engineering . . . Astoria, L.I., N.Y. Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, vice-president, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, AIEE, White Math Cluh, 'I'au Beta Pi Award, IRE XVILLIAM NV. CARLTON, Ag.wS4llomeEc . Philpot Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle JACK LYNN CARPENTER, Engineering . Bethel, O. Alpha Sigma Phi, treasurer, president, YMCA, ASCE JOHN NV. CARPENTER, Engineering . . . London Pi Tau Sigma, ASME JAMES R. CARR, Aix S. ...... Louisville Sigma Phi Epsilon, Band, YMCA, Track Team, Glec Cluh NVILLIAM CARROLL, Engineering . Elizabethtown Alpha Sigma Phi G. RICHARD CARTER, Education . . . Bellevue WVesley Foundation DOMINICK A. CASELNOVA, A454 S. . Brooklyn, N.Y. Phi Eta Sigma, Pryor Pre-Med Society, Phi Beta Kappa VITO E. CASELNOVA, A.6z S. . . Brooklyn, N.Y. DORIS MAE CATLIN, Aix S. . . . Paducah Kappa Kappa Gamma X, f, , 1' ff' ff . , , X, fb f-QI' f X ff , ff X ' 1. X ' X flflzl .' ,, . ! an 1. 2. 3. fi. ALLISON H. CAUDILL, Engineering . . Saycrsville Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi EARL E. CAUDILL, Commerce . Huntington, W.Va. Delta Tau Delta, Troupers, College Chamber Commerce, Men's Glce Club ALEXANDER CI-IAMBERLAIN, JR., Ag.1Sr Home Ee . . . Ashland giunlrcla Chi Alpha, treasurer, Block and Bridle, Poultry um FLONNIA CAROL CHAMBERS, A.tk S. . Lexington Kappa Delta, Suky, secretary, Pitkin Club, SGA, secretary, gpha Lambda Delta, president, Cwens, Social Work Club, ,morus ARLIE CHANEY, Education ....... Ano MARY J. CHATFIELD, A.6z S. . Collingswood, N.J. YWCA, Swimming Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Kcntuckian, Psychology Club JOIIN L. CHENAULT, Engineering . . Shelbyville JIM CIIERRY, A.6r S. ,... . . Gravel Switch Scabbard and Blade, Phi Mu Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma FRANK R. CHILDRESS, Commerce . . Louisville Phi Delta Theta, College Chamber Commerce MARCUS VV. CLARK, Ag.8z Home Ee . . . Lebanon THOMAS J. CLARK, Engr. . . Mineral YVells, Texas Triangle, WBKY, Kernel, Guignol, AIEE JOHN CARTER CLAY, JR., Ag.fSr Ilome Ec . . Paris Sigma, Alpha Epsilon, vice-president JOE BILL CLEMENT, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Kappa Psi, Rho Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association ROBERT CLEMENTS, Ag.8: HomoEc . Madisonville Sigma Nu PHILIP CLIFFORD, Ag.8rI1omeEc . Elizabethtown Alpha Zeta, Agronomy Club, I-Iardiu County Club PHYLLIS ANN CLIVER, Education . . Louisville Delta Zeta, Tau Sigma, 240 Community, Glee Club, FTA THOMAS Il. CLORE, Engineering . . . Eminence Kappa Agha, secretary, Lances, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sig- ma, Phi 'ta Sigma, Keys, Scahbard and Blade, Arnold Air Society, Sigma Phi Sigma, Young Democrats Club, Alma Magna Mater MARY IIAL COCHRAN, A.tk S. . . Lexington Tau Sigma, YWCA EDNVARD M. COFFMAN, A.6r S. . . Hopkinsville Scabbard and Blade, Pershing Rifles, Kernel, Outing Club, Ilenry Watterson Press Club, Phi Eta Sigma ANNA L. COLBURN, Education . . Cleveland, Ohio Dt-ta Zeta, FTA, YWCA, League of Women Voters, Ken- tuc ian CLIFFORD COLEMAN, JR., A.tk S. . Rowling Green Alpha 'I'au Omega JAMES NV. COLLIER, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association BOBBIE S. COLLINS, Ag.8z Home Ee . . Versailles LIB an nv , H Ml P Q U lr a 2 rn gg., ' Q 5, G cw C W c F 29.-' R 'IJ 'J , hub , C' . - uwownsn wnrrusn T0 wok FGR "SUl'ERMON" IN TNI sa all, wnen. e. won. come ooorc I! 812 RICHARD SAM COLLINS, All S. . . . Shelbyville Phi Delta Theta ROY P. COLLINS, JR., Ag.tl, Ilome Ee . . Versailles University Livestock Judging Team VVINTER H. COLLINS, Ali S. . . . Flemingsburg Phi Sigma Kappa, Arnold Air Society, Scabbard and Blade, Pryor Pre-Med Society RAYMOND COLTON, JR., Com. . . Lexington, Va. Kappa Sigma, treasurer, vice-president, president, Inter- fraternity Council, Golf Team DONALD COMBS, Commerce . . Hazard Delta Tau Delta DOROTHY COMBS, Ag.6z Ilome Ee . . . I'Iazard Alpha Xi Delta, Glee Club, League of Women Voters, YVes- ley Foundation, 4-H Club, YWCA, Young Democrats Club RAY COMBS, Engineering ....... Hazard Engineering Student Council, ASME ROBERT BOYD COMBS, AJS, S. . . Lexington American Chemical Society NVILLIAM Il. COMBS, Ag.8z Ilome Ee . . . Oneida Pryor Pre-Med, YMCA, Outing Club, BSU, Dairy Club, Agronomy Club, 240 Committee BETTY FRANCES COMPTON, A.6z S. . . Morehead Tau Sigma, Tau Kappa Alpha, secretary, treasul'er, Orches- tra, Kernel, picture editor, ROTC Sponsor, BSU, Debate Team, 240 Committee, Theta Sigma Phi PEGGY G. COMPTON, Education . . . Lexington Pitkin Club, Dutch Lunch, YWCA, Outing Club, Student Union Committee, FTA, Guignol, BSU CONLEY CONGLETON, Engineering . Barbourville Pi Kappa Alpha, AIME ELIZABETH MAY CONNER, Ag.rS4 Home Ee . . . . . . St. Petersburg, Fla. Zeta Tau Alpha, House President's Council, YWCA, Home Ee. Club THOMAS I. CONNOR, JR., Education . . Versailles FTA ENVELL P. CONYERS, Ag.84 Home Ec . Owingsville Alpha Zeta, 240 Committee EDMOND F. COOK, Engineering . . Fulton ASME JOAN LONVELL COOK, A.t4r S. .... Louisville Alpha Delta Pi, president, Panhellenie Council, vice-presi- dent, Student Union Board, WAA, Kernel, business inau- ager, asst. managing editor, K Book, business manager, WVBKY Staff, Womens Administrative Council, secretary, Interdorm Council, vice-president HELEN J. COOLEY, Ag.84 Home Ee . Blue Ash, Ohio Delta Zeta, YWCA, Home Economics Club, Kernel Staff, WBKY Stott, Kentuckian Stait, NV,-stmiuister Fellowship, League of Women Voters RAYMOND KERLER COOLEY, AJS: S. . Norfolk, Va. Tau Kappa Alpha, Scabbard and Blade, Outing Club, Ker- nel Staff, Wesley Foundation DICKSON B. COOPER, Ag.6z Home Ee . Lexington Pershing Rifles JOHN THOMAS COOPER, Ag.84 Ilome Ee . Frazer Alpha Gamma Rho, 4-H Club, Livestock Judging Team JAMES PATTON COOPER, Engineering . . Ashland LETA FAYE COOPER, Ag.8z Ilome Ec . . . Frazer Ilamilton House, Home Economics Club, treasurer, YNVCA, Wesley Foundation, Glce Club, 4-H Club NVALLER W. COOPER, Ag.eSz Home Ee . Henderson Alpha Gamma Rho, Omicron Delta Kappa, vice-president, Interfraternity Council, Lamp and Cross, Alpha Zeta, Phi Eta Sigma, Keys, Lances, SGA, Block and Bridle, 4-H Club JAMES HERMAN CORBETT, Commerce . Louisville RAMON A. CORD, Engineering .... Lexington K, in Q, 1 J S E N I O R S 0 V A Q QYALWIY ,V .Q-. 15,1 , , . Q e- A , . 1-rw v " f. N ' . ' ' g 1 1 .M ,gf 'A - WSI ' 1 f A 9' 1 313 .H ,ji E N I O R S '62 M wg x 4' '-Af tv' Q X A A' A L E . ,. -... 5 I rn R . .,., Q Q H Kinr A X ,. 1:, H.- 1 ' ., ff V 1. 19,5 V, . , W ' P " SEEK! f V , 7 7 1' .E 5 H QV Qgf. yr ,--1 fu , A K " . vlvl ,E . L A i? X EEA F, 2 Qk 4 4 M5 1 l ' X E f "" I , , A Kyklxfw ' ,R Q T RH l. o ... S 4. THOMAS CORNELISON, Ag.8z Ilome Ec . Richmond Alpha Tau Omega JACKSON RAY COWAN, Engineering . . Somerset KaEEBeta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Pi Sigma, IRE, YMCA, CLENOS COX, JR., Engineering . . . Williamsburg ASCE MILDRED WVILSON COX, A.tk S. . . . Lexington Alpha Gamma Delta, YWCA, Dutch Lunch Club, Guignol NORMAN C. COX, Engineering . Manchester, Ohio NVILBUR G. COX. Commerce ...... Corbin Sigma Phi Epsilon CHARLES RUSSELL COY, Law . . . Richmond Student Bar Association JOSEPH T. COYLE, A.64 S. . . , New Orleans, La. Phi Sigma Kappa, Kernel MARY R. CRAFTON, Education . . . Henderson Kappa Alpha Theta, Newman Club ALICE INDA CRAIG, Ag.6z Home Ec . . . Ghent Home Economics Club, FTA, YWCA EDNVARD LENVIS CRAIG, COll1l1lL'l'CC . . Bonham LOIS ELAINE CRAIG, Commerce . Cincinnati, Ohio Alpha Delta Pi, Glee Club, University Chorus, WAA, YWCA, Commerce Club JAMES A. CRANVFORD, Engineering . . Lexington JOAN CRAWFORD, Education .... Lexington Alpha Gamma Delta, president, FTA, League of Women Voters, YWCA, Dutch Lunch Club, Guignol CAROLYN CRITCIILOWV, A.6z S. . Union City, Tenn. Kappa Alpha Theta, president, Tau Sigma, Sweetheart of Sigma Chi 1950, May Queen 1950, lst Attendant to Beauty Queen 1950, Panhellcnic Council EVELYN GILLESPIE CROPPER, A.6z S. . Mayslick FTA, YWCA, Wesley Foundation, Kniiee Klub IRVING CROSBY, Ag.8z Home Ee . Waterbury, S. Car. VVOODFORD XV. CRUTCHFIELD, Engr. . Pikeville Eta Kappa Nu PHILLIP J. CUBRANIC, Education . . Louisville VIRGINIA CUNNINCHAM, Alt S. . . . Bellevue Mortar Board, secretary, YWCA Cabinet, Alpha Lambda Delta, Wesley Foundation, Philosophy Club, YWCA, Phi Beta Kappa EDWARD EMBRY CURTIS, Education . Lexington Elini IAlpha, vice-president, Band, Symphony Orchestra, UL' UD HERBERT H. CUTTER, Engineering . . Erlangen' Eta Kappa Nu, IRE, AIEE ANTRANIK B. DADAIAN, A.6z S. . Davenport, Iowa WILLIAM S. DALTON, Connnerce . . Quieksand LONES DANIEL, JR., Ag.6z Home Ee . Hopkinsville BRIAN W. DAUGIIERTY, Law .... Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha, president, vice-president HARRY K. DAUGHERTY, A.8z S. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phalanx . . Florence JOSEPHINE F. DAUGIIERTY, Ak S. . . Lexington YWCA Cabinet, president, Dutch Lunch Club, Cosmopoli- tan Club, Social Work Club, Pitkin Club, YWCA BROADUS N. DAVIDSON, Engineering . . Oneida SARA ANN DAVIDSON, Ag.6z Home Ee . . I'I1lZill'll Zeta Tau Alpha, YWCA, FTA, League of Women Voters BETTY ANN DAVIS, Education ..... Fulton FTA, YWCA JACK DAVIS, Commerce , .... AvVHll1llllSlllll'LI JOE DYLE DAVIS, Ag.84 Home Ee ..... Clay XVILLIAM E. DAVIS, Engineering . N. Middletown YMCA Cabinet, Band, ASME, YMCA XVILLIAM S. DAVIS, Education .... Lexington Alpha Phi Omega, vice-president, Patterson Literary So- ciety, FTA HITE T. DEAN, JR., Agak Home Ee . . Shelbyville LOUIS A. DEAN, Engineering . . . Harrodslnwg VICTOR MAX DEAREN, Ag.N Home Ee . Bardstown ROBERT C. DEEN, Engineering .... Lexington Triangle, president, Interfraternity Council, Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Keys, Lances, SGA, ASCE THOMAS B. DEEN, Engineering . . . Lexington Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Patterson Literary Society, Rifle Team, captain, Arnold Air Society, ASCE, BSU RICHARD F. DELANEY, Engineering . Lexington AIEE JAMES R. DENHAM, Engineering . . . Vanceburg RANDOLPH DENIIAM, JR., Engineering . Harlan JACK FORREST DENNY, Agak Home Ee . Monticello Sigma Phi Epsilon CHARLES DERRICKSON, Agfx Home Ee . Jackson XVESLEY C. DICKEN, Commerce .... Mentor Pi Kappa Alpha, treasurer, Phalanx, Alpha Phi Omega, Band, Lanccs, YMCA, Clique DOROTHY A. DICKSON, Ag.84 Home Ee . Bristol, Va. Delta Delta Delta JOSEPH DIGIROLAMO, Engineering . Brooklyn, N.Y. Tau Kappa Epsilon, ASME, treasurer IIUGH D. DILLEIIAY, Engineering . . Owensboro Alpha Sigma Phi, treasurer, ASME ' 1- W' I f , A uf! -it -1 E' 1 Hai' 815 EDWIN McKINNEY ECKDAIIL, Ak S. . Lexington WVILGUS I. DINSMORE, Commerce . . Lexington JOHN ANTHONY DISKIN, Law . . . Ft. Thomas Phi Delta Theta, secretary, Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Association, Young Democrats Club RAYMOND J. DISTLER, EIlgll1COl'illg . . Lexington Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu EUNICE IRENE DIXON, Ag.6z Ilome Ee . . Hazard Zeta Tau Alpha, YYVCA, League of Women Voters BETSY BISHOP DODGE, A.8z S. . . . . Paris Chi Omega, Phi Beta, Glee Club, University Chorus, YWCA, Radio Studios ROBERT LEWVIS DONOHEXV, Alt S. . Owingsville Lambda Chi Alpha, Kernel FREDERICK GENE DORR, Commerce . . Ashland Delta Tau Delta, Student Union Board, SGA, Kentuckian, business manager, Scabbard and Blade, Constitutionalist Party, president SUE DOSSETT, Ag.8z Home Ee ..... Geneva Alpha Delta Pi, Home Ee Club, 4-H Club, House Presidents Council, Glee Club, Cwens, SGA, Fall Festival Queen At- tendant, Constitationalist Party, secretary, YWCA Cabinet, Mortar Board, Suky, Panhellenic Council, Phi Upsilon Omicron IIARVEY T. DONVNING, JR., A.8z S. . Bowling Green Sigma Gannna Epsilon MELVIN L. DOWNS, Engineering . . . Bardstown Kappa Alpha, Newman Club, ASCE IIOMER LEE DREWV, Commerce . . . Lexington CHARLES E. DRUITT, AJS: S. . PVtlSlliIlgtOI1, D.C. Canterbury Club, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, German Club, Glee Club GUY KENDALL DUERSON R. Law. . Stanford , , I Phi Alpha Delta, Student Bar Association ROBERT B. DUFF, Commerce . . Premier, NV.Va. Kappa Sigma, Troupers, Outing Club, YMCA, Tau Sigma SARA AGNES DUGAN, Ag.6t Ilome Ee . . Louisville Zeta Tau Alpha, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Home Ee Club, Disciples Student Fellowship, Interfaith Council, YWCA MELVIN K. DUKE, Law ...... Lexington Sigma Phi Epsilon, Interfrateruity Council, Student Bar Association JOIIN A. DUNCAN, Law . . .... Lexington Phi Alpha Delta, Student Bar Association KENDRICK NVEBB DUNCAN, Aix S. . Reading, O. MARCE P. DUNN, Engineering .... Paducah Kappa Sigma, Norwood Society, KMI THOMAS J. DUNN, Education . . . Buena Vista Kappa Delta Pi, FTA JAMES DURIIAM, Education . . Lexington GRILL ' 5 i-1134 I ---- W? ii I c rlmpikx 's"H 349 Sa deslringrorigwvivilivfuwm .pnouns GIRLS sn-no wvui gym. L1 WNQY cave YOUTNAT rout, 316 MARTHA LEE DURHAM, AJS: S. . . . Greensburg Kappa Alpha Theta, vice-president, Alpha Lambda Delta, vice-president, Gwcns, Pitkin Club, League of Women Vot- ers, vice-president, WAA Council, Student Union Board BILLY F. EADS, Engineering ..... Lexington Engineering Student Council, AIME, president CLARA EARLY, Aix S ...... Williamsburg Kappa Alpha Theta, Kernel Staff, Koiiee Klub, SUB Com- mittee JOHN D. EASTIN, Engineering . . Williamsburg HOLLIS E. EDMONDS, Law . . . R Phi Alpha Delta, Law Journal WILLIAM M. EDNVARDS, Pharmacy . Am. Pharmaceutical Association usscll Springs . Louisville MOLLY EILEEN EGNER, Ag.fSr Ilome Ec . Roclchold Ilome Ee. Club JENVELL D. ELLIS, Agix llo1neEc . Gravel Switch Club, 4-H Club, League oi' Women Voters, FTA, SIIIRLEY A. ELLIS, Ag.64 Home Ec . Gravel Switch Home Ee. Club, 4-II Club JAMES M. ELMORE, Ag.tQ Ilome Ee . . NVortliville JOIIN BRAND ELSEE, Engineering . . . Irvine JAMES Z. ELY, Pharmacy ...... Louisville Phi Delta Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association OLLIE B. EMERINE, Pharmacy . . . . Louisville Rho Chi, Phi Delta Chi, Am. Plnuwnaceutieal Association SYLVAN II. ENGLAND, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Phi Delta Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association JAMES WV. ERNEST, Commerce . . . Lexington NVILLIAM C. ERNEST, Commerce . . . Lexington Phi Sigma Kappa ERWVIN EARL EVANS, Engineering . . . Louisville JAMES ATLEE EVERSOLE, A.6z S. . . . Louisville Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Orchestra, Glee Club JOHN A. ENVING, Ag.tQ Ilome Ee . . . Anchorage Phi Delta Theta, vice-president KENNETH O'HARA FAGAN, A.6z S. . . Lexington Suky, Pershing Riiies, Ritie Team, Arnold Air Society BARBARA LEE PAIN, A.5z S. . . . . Lexington ROBERT MILFORD FAIN, A.8z S. . . Nicholasville Kernel, news editor BYRNES C. FAIRCHILD, Engineering . Paintsville Triangle, secretary, Pershing Riiies, Seabbard and Blade, ASCE, secretary, Philosophy Club CARL CLIFTON FAITH, A.8z S. .... Covington Lambda Chi Alpha, president, Lances, Interfraternity Coun- cil, SGA, White Math Club, Pi Mu Epsilon, Keys, Inter- national Relations Club LIONEL E. FANNIN, Engineering . . . Lexington ASME ALVIN KENT FARIS, Ag.8c Ilome Ee . . Bellevue Alpha Zeta SHIRLEY LENVIS FARMER, Commerce . Lexington Alpha Lambda Delta S E N I 0 R S J Q ,qw AfX . V 'Q x. 96' A fav K 'F .X ' t x Q J -'fi ' ,gg 3: Q' Qs ,gt Q-, ev , , K' R . T" ah 1 vi - . ' 9' 1 6 uw 1 ' Q1 ff .,,, , Ay ' 1 ' 'U I M h '.,.,V, . w t U A , ,,.,. " Q l x J 4 f h,..y f 1' V 84 3 I n - ' :W M L 5 ,A R .Ml V x ' f A 1 fz' Z , ' ? . N f . A 1 T-f 4 1 4 r s iw , , 317 S E N I O R S Q Q v . . . y A . 5, . , . 5 W V' m G A' qv., f l, V L ,ww 'f , 'A A U A or yu-, K: - , ' Af f , A ,EEQE 5.-WN' E AA Q - , : I Q, ' Q' .N ' '55 ' ,L J 'F Ev 4, ' L' A :wx ' ' 4 ' 1 12' f ' f , 'W ' A J 3- at .,Af iz Lp i T J 1 V -,w GJ' nv 4: E""f3n G' ' 5 ,V I Wi. ,WL A , h I E il U ' ,Fl V1 H x Am . f W , M, , Alfa A , C rw ""' t an A ms 1 , A 5 W .N K F QF' 1 'vb Eli Sir 'N lx 4, f .sk 59' , Wa 5 .1 as .AX , sf , A -, S22 318 MARTIIA A. GAUNTT, Ag.8:llome Ee . Milltown N.J. l. 2. -3. 4, ROBERT C. FARRIS, Commerce . . . Cave City Veteran's Club, Glee Club, Public Relations Club, Track, Tau Sigma ELIJAII P. FAULCONER III, Engineering . Danville Signm Chi, ASCE PAUL ARNOLD FAULKNER, Enginee1'ing . Somerset RICHARD BOONE FELNER, Commerce . Lexington Kappa Alpha CIIARLES S. FERGUS, Engineering . . Lexington Pi Tau Sigma, Pitkin Club, ASME, YMCA, Pi Kappa Alpha J UANITA V. FERGUS, Agix llome Ec . . Lexington Phi Upsilon Omicron, Mortar Board, vice-president, Pitkin Club, secretary, Freshman Club, vice-president, YWCA Cabi- net, secretary, YWCA, Cwens, president, Dutch Lunch Club ROGER F. FIELD, Engineering , . Ilyannis, Mass. BIRNEY R. FISl'l, Engineering . . . Crab Orchard Tau Beta Pi, treasurer, ASCE STANLEY FIZER, JR., AJS, S. . . . Lexington Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Orchestra. PEDRO ANGEL FLORES, Engineering . . . Guayanilla, Puerto Rico DONALD KENT FLOYD, Law .... Eminence Phi Delta Theta, Phi Alpha Delta, Lamp and Cross ANN IIANVLEY FOOTE, Education . . . Lebanon Delta Delta Delta, Pitkin Club, WAA LOUIS MCKEE FORD, AA S. . . 1.41lllCtlSlICl' Sigma Alpha Epsilon BENJAMIN FORINIAN, Law . . . Cylltliialla. Phi Alpha Delta EDNVARD L. FOSSETT, Connnerce . . Falmouth Kappa Sigma, treasurer NVILLIAM BAIN FOSTER, Commerce . Pi Kappa Alpha, Arnold Air Society Lexington JAMES D. FOTIIERGILL, Education . Carrollton FTA, Delta Tau Delta JAMES A. FOXVLER, Ag.Ex llome Ee . . . Clarkson Alpha Gamma Rho A DON E. FOXVLS, Commerce . . . Cincinnati Sigma Chi, Guignol, Kentuekian CLARENCE CLEMIS FOX, Engineering . Greenville ASCE JAMES EDNVARD FOX, Engineering . . Lexington ASME ROBERT J. FRAIMAN, Commerce . New York, N.Y. Zeta Beta Tan, president, Intcrfraternity Council, K Club, Spiked Shoe Society, Track DOUGLAS M. FRALEIGII, Engineering , . . . . . Poughkeepsie, N.Y. ALEXANDER B. FRAME, JR., Aix S. . Lynn, Mass. Phi Sigma Kappa GEORGE FRANCIS, JR., Aglt Home Ee . Pecos, Tex. Alpha Gamma Rho, Troupers, Block and Bridle, Arnold Air Society ROBERT ANDERSON FRANCIS, Education . Slat BSU, FTA VVILLIAM NV. FRANCIS, Law .... Carr Creek Phi Delta Phi ALLEN K. FRANK, Engineering .... Lexington Stray Greeks, AIME, Newman Club LOUIS FRANK, Engineering . . . Bronx, New York Alpha Chi Sigma, Sigma Gamma Epsilon RICIIARD S. FRANK, Commerce . . . Louisville Zeta Beta Tau, historian BILLIE JANE FREEMAN, Education . . Louisville Alpha Gamma Delta, FTA CAROLINE E. FREEMAN, AK S. . . . Lexington Alpha Xi Delta, Student Union Board, Pitkin Club, Cwens, Tau Signm, WSSF, secretary NVILLIAM J. FRISCII, Ag.84 llome Ee . Clifton, N.J. Zeta Beta Tau, treasurer JACOUELINE FROST, Ak S. . . . . Louisville Alpha Delta. Pi VIRGINIA M. FRYMIRE, Ag.tx llome Ee . Irvington Newman Club DOMINIC FUCCI, Education . . New Village, N.J. Phi Sigma Kappa, K Club, Varsity football, baseball PATSY ANN FUTRELL, Education .... Cadiz Delta Delta Delta, YWCA, Student Union Committee, Ilouse President's Council JULIAN REID GABBARD, Commerce . . Lexington JAMES L. GADDIS, Pharmacy .... Louisville Phi Delta Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association XVILLIAM OTIIO GAFFIN, Engineering . Lexington Pi Tau Sigma, ASME NVILLIAM B. GAINES, Engineering . . llopkinsville Pershing Riiles, Arnold Air Society, 2-10 Committee MARGARET S. GARRETT, AAN S. . . . Lexington ' Chi Omega, YWCA, Tau Sigma NANCY JANE GASKIN, A.tx S. . . . Buffalo, N.Y. Zeta Tau Alpha, historian, Theta Sigma Phi, treasurer, Block and Bridle, Kernel, exchange editor, feature editor, ,lnterdorm Council, Guignol CURTIS R. GAULT, Commerce . . . Nicliolasville Alpha Xi Delta, Home Ee. Cluh, League ol' Women Vol- ers, WAA MARIETTA GEORGIADOU, Com. . Athens, Greece Mortar Boai'd, Cosmopolitan Club, president OSCAR Il. GERALDS, JR., Commerce . . Lexington Alpha Tau Omega, Pershing Rifles, Scahbard and Blade IRVIN GERGELY, Aix S. ....... Harlan Zeta Beta Tau, Harlan County Club, Hillel Foundation JOHN ROGER GERNERT, Education . . Louisville FTA, Alpha Phi Omega ew". U ,l Bus? sg va : E E m 14 5, 6 J' 5 as 1, 2' 7 3 Q .-5 "Ning, 819 ASME, council 1. -7 THEODORE C. GESLING, JR., Engr . . Ashland Lambda Chi Alpha, secretary, ASCE, Band RICHARD JOSEPH GETTY, Law . . Tarentum, Pa. Phi Alpha Delta, Student Bar Association ROBERT E. GEVEDON, AAS. . . . VVest Liberty NVILLIAM K. GIlEE, Commerce .... Morehead BSU BURDISB. GIDEON ...... . Danville Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Orchestra XVELDON E. GILBRETH, Engineering . Chicago, Ill. Pi Tau Sigma, ASME, BSU RALPH C. GILES, Engineering . . Georgetown AIEE JAMES ll. GILLIAM, Engineering . . Pikeville THOMAS BURR GILMORE, Ag.NIllllllt5EC . . . . . . Newburgh, N.Y. THOMAS BARTRAM GIVHAN, Law . . Lexington Sigma Chi, Pitkin Club, Freshman Club, YMCA KENNETH H. GOFF, Law ..... Spring Lick JACK LEVVIS GOLDBEN, Commerce . . Lexington Zeta Beta 'l'au, Philosophy Club, Hillel Foundation FRANCES M. GOLDSTEIN, Education . Owensboro Tau Alpha Pi, president, Panhellenie Council, Hillel Society, secretary, YWCA, FTA, WAA IRVIN LEE GOLDSTEIN, Education . . Louisville Zeta Beta Tau, secretary, Hillel, IZFA, FTA, German Club, Co-Chairman NVSSF Drive, YMCA Race Relations Com- mittee, SGA Representative to Europe 1950, Freslnnan Ad- viser 3. CIIARLES L. GOODIN, Ak S. . . Four Mile JOEL C. GORDON, Commerce . . . . . Crofton Zeta Beta Tau, lnterl'raternity Council, Arnold Air Society, 240 Committee, College Chamber Commerce CARL J. GORHAM, A.8z S. . . . . Lexington Newman Club, Veterans Club DONALD KEITH GRAHAM, Commerce . Louisville Sigma Chi, secretary, Pershing Rifles, YMCA Cabinet JOAN COOK GRAHAM, A.8z S. ..... Paducah Kappa Delta, president, Social Work Club, WAA, YWCA CIIARLES SPEED GRAY, Law .... Frankfort Phi Alpha Delta, Justice JOE S. GREATIIOUSE, JR., A.8z S. . . . LeWispo1't Kappa Sigma, Pryor Pre-Med, Arnold Air Society, Seabbarsl and Blade 4. CHARLES D. GREEN, Agia Home Ee . . Ramsey 3 DAVID M. GREENBERG, Com. . . New York, N.Y. Beta Sigma Rho Music LOUNGE 'SU 45 i , 7 4 ' 'N' I-Vvu usr " UN 0 H relive 1ne'bNso'cn.ocx,a,Mpg 20 CHARLES GREENFIELD, Engineering . Louisville MARVIN GREENVVALD, Pharmacy . . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association, Alpha Zeta Omega ROBERT L. GREENWVELL, Engineering . Paducah ROBERT EDNVARD GREGORY, Aix S. . . Florence Pi Kappa Alpha, president, Lances, president, Phi Eta Sig- ma. president, Pitkin Club, president, Omicron Delta Kappa. secretary, Lamp and Cross, secretary, SGA, YMCA Cabinet, Interiraternity Council, Phalanx, Pryor Pre-Med, Glee Club IRIS FAYE GRIDER, Ag.6: Home Ee . . Lexington Phi Upsilon Omieron, Ilome Economics Club JOSEPH FORREST GRIDER, Commerce . Springlield Kappa Sigma LAVVRENCE E. GRIESINGER, JR., Aix S. . Bellevue Northern Kentucky Club GERALD ROBIN GRIFFIN, Law . . Lexington Phi Delta Phi, Law Journal, Student Bar Association, Phi Eta Sigma, Keys, Young Democrats Club, Sigma Alpha Epsilon HAL GRIFFIN, A.8z S. ...... . Clinton BSU, Patterson Literary Society, Kappa Alpha SAMUEL E. GRIFFIN, Engineering . . Madisonville ASME, AIME THOMAS R. GRIFFIN, Ag.8z Home Ec . . lD.ll1Vllll' Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Newman Club, Block and Bridle JOE S. GRIMES, JR., Ag.8z Home Ee . . . Stanford Alpha Gamma Rho, Suky DAVIS M. GRITTON, Engineering .... Salvisl Eta Kappa Nu CHARLES R. GROMLEY, Law . Marlon Center, Pa. -Phi Delta Phi, Ky. Law Journal ALLEN J. GRONEMAN, Engineering . . . . Fort Mitchell ASME XVILLIAM D. GROTE, JR.. Commerce . . Lexington Delta Tau Delta, Pershing Rifles, Kernel, advertising stall, Choristers, College Chamber Commerce, Scabbard and Blade ELIZABETH A. V. GRUBBS, Education . Lexington Alpha. Lambda Delta, Eta Sigma Phi, president. treasurer, Phi Sigma Iota, FTA, Cosmopolitan Club, Astronomy Club, Kernel, Phi Beta Kappa, Cwens ROBERT ONVEN GRUBBS, Engineering Lexington Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma, ASCE XVARNER C. GRUBBS, Engineering . Scottsvillc ASCE, 240 Committee XVILLIAM J. GRUBBS, JR., Engineering Lexington Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi DONALD D. GRUNEISEN, A.6z S. . . Louisville JOHN XV. GUTERMUTH, Engineering . Louisville Delta Tau Delta, Kentnekinn BILLY LYNN GUY, Engineering . . Lexington Kappa Sigma, ASME PREBEN HAAGENSEN, Engineering . Recife, Brazil Triangle, Interfraternity Council, Lanees, SGA, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, ASME HAROLD HACKNEY, Engineering . . . Stone EUGENIA LEE HADEN, Ak S. .... Riclnnond Social VVork Club, YWCA, Outing Club Af S E N I 0 R S A . 4 A 11' L K C? G. Q 1g 'Q K AM lg A V lm 1- s .. 'gr R W W V, I i V Jxhl n,..,,,Q.Y .. , :CGW ' t I is ,L F , x 'F' lm . is I eh nm A x ' A. Q .a 41. " ' gm' ' S' N A ft sl fl Q 4 mix .JY mai' 6' 4, 'W 1' "., na "7 QQ Q . 'gl . WE, ,. , gk K - ' Att? V4 A 'I ' ,Q ' f LEA 1 321 J E N I 0 an . Aawx A if Q 5 sv X X I I' v 'cr , Q, s tv Mil. b A 9A fig? U , Q' . 6 V. A 9- A 41 Q' uv 4' K K 1 5 -- - vi, ., -13 1 xx x if . '11 A ' I as 9, R ,,. S ,Q . L V -' 'f"' KI? , W I ' xl ' X qc? 2.., f em " , " sl: . . N if if 1 QA qw, f f A A vi wk L . :A P 322 GENE ROLAND HAGEN, Aix S. . . Tompkinsville Phi Beta Kappa CARL VVESLEY HAIL, Agia Home Ec .... Ula REX H. HAILE, Pharmacy ...... Louisville Am. Pharnuiceutical Association, Kappa Psi PAUL EDWIN HALEY, Engineering . . . Paducah ASME ROSE MARY HALEY, A.8r S. .... Brooksville Mortar Board' Chi Delta Phi, House Pri-sident's Council, Alpha Lambda Delta, secretary, Cwcus, BSU, YWCA, YWCA Cabinet, Pitkin Club, Alma Magna Mater, Phi Beta Kappa BARBARA ANN HALL, Education . Campbellsville Delta Zeta, YWCA, Canterbury Club, German Club, Young Democrats Club, Student Union Committee, FTA EDVVARD BYRON HALL, A.6z S. . . Lexington LENVIL RUSSELL HALL, Ag.eSr Home Ee . Leeeo Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle, 240 Committee THOMAS G. I-IALLOCK, A.6c S. . . Cincinnati, Ohio Phi Delta Theta, Young Republican Club, YMCA ALLEN FOSTER HAMILTON, Education . Louisville K Club, Varsity Football, Baseball, Newman Club JOE F . HAMILTON, Engineering . . . Salyersville CLYDE WARFORD HAMM, Engineering . . Paris Phi Sigma Kappa PAUL D. IIAMM, Ag.8r Home Ec . . Elizabethtown Ilardin County Club, Block and Bridle, BSU XVILLIAM G. IIAMMACK, Commerce . Morganlield Phi Kappa Tau PRISCILLA S. IIANCIIER, A.8r S. . . . Louisville Chi Omega, Phi Beta, Mortar Board, Guignol, Radio Stu- dios, Cwens, vice-president, YWCA, League of Women Voters, Koifee Klub, Clique, Glec Club, Student Union Board Committee JOHN CLIVEOUS HANCOCK, AJS: S. . . LaGrange Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phalanx' YMCA Cabinet, YMCA, Glee Club, president, Pitkin Club, Pryor Pre-Med, Vet- eran's Club, 240 Committee, BSU, FTA, College Chamber Commerce, Philosophy Club. ELBERT EARL HARBER, A.6r S. . . . Lexington Alpha Tau Omega, Suky, Pershing Riiles, Scabbard and Blade, Eta Sigma Phi, WBKY HENRY TOWNES IIARDIN, Law .... Sebree Delta Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Interfraternity Council, Mclley- nolds Law Club, Student Bar Association ELDRED T. HARDING, Aglx Home Ee . . Ewing Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle NVILLIAM H. HARDING, Commerce . . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon, YMCA ROBERT D. HARDY, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Rho Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association HERBERT NEAL IIARKLEROAD, A.6c S. . Frankfort Debating Team WILLIAM I-IARLOW, JR., Engineering . Lexington PAUL C. I-IARMON, Engineering . . . Lebanon Seabbard and Blade, Stray Greeks VIRGIL E. HARMON, JR., Commerce . Whitley City PORTER HARNED, Education .... Lexington FTA NVILLARD J. HARPER, Engineering . XVest Liberty Phi Kappa Tau, president JOIIN H. I-IARRALSON, Commerce . . Central City Phi Delta Theta, Young Democrats Club, Veteran's Club, Accounting Club, YMCA, Student Union Conunittce, Pryor Pre-Med, College Chamber Commerce 5. CHARLES EDWARD HARRER, AJS: S. . Louisville 6. 7 NANCY J. HARRIS, Ag.6z Home Ee . Dunbar, W.Va. Kappa Delta, Phi Beta, Home Ee. Club, Phi Upsilou Omicrou ALBERT JOHNSON HART, A.8: S. . . . Lexington JAMES M. HART, JR., Pharmacy . . . Louisville Phi Delta Chi, Am. Pluirmaeeutical Association GLORIA H. HARTMAN, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association ROBERT L. IIATFIELD, Education . . NVhitley City ROBERT DEE HAUN, JR., Aix S. . . . Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Chi Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Wcstminister Fellowship, vice-president JAMES L. HAWORTII, Engineering . . . Arlington Triangle, SGA, Engineering Student Council ARNOLD COLEMAN HAYDEN, Ak S. . Lexington MARTHA JANE HAYDEN, Aix S. .... Cecilia Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Pryor Pre-Med Society PHILIP L. HAYES, Commerce .... llarvey, lll. Lambda Chi Alpha EMMIT HONVARD HAYNES, Agk lloine Ee . lrving Block and Bridle, 4-II Club, Ilardin County Club BENJAMIN K. llAYS, Engineering . . Sandy llook ASCE DONALD C. HAYS, Engineering . . . Lexington JANE IIARDEN llAYS, Agk llomc Ee . Somerset, Pa. Alpha Xi Delta, YWCA, WAA, League of XVomen Voters ROBERT A. llEATlI, Engineering . . . Frankfort Kappa Sigma REYNOLDS HEDLAND, JR., Engineering . Pikeville AIME, Troupers ELIZABETH ANNE HEISS, A.6z S. . Bethlehem, Pa. Kappa Kappa Gamma, president, Panhellenie Council, presi- dent, Cwens, League of Women Voters, Social Work Club, vice-president RAYMOND ESTIL HELTON, AJR S. . . Roclthold FARMER HELTON, Law ...... Stony Fork Phi Delta Phi, Brandeis Law Club LOUISE NUTTER HENRY, Aix S. . . Ft. Thomas Bacteriology Society, Student Counselor, University Chorus . gigs f ri , f illiff ' 323 NVILLIAM HENSLEY, Ag.6z Ho1neEc . Austin, Ind. DANIEL NVALLACE HERALD, Commerce . Combs IIARRY TIIOMAS HERDMAN, Law . Portsmouth, O. Phi Delta Phi MALCOLM JAY HERMAN, Commerce . . Louisville Zeta Beta Tan, Track Manager, Spiked Shoe Society RAY E. HERRON, Commerce ..... Covington GEORGE E. HETZEL, Ag.6zHome Ee . . Ludlow JACK VV. HIBBS, Commerce . , . Louisville Phi Delta Theta JOSEPH E. HIBBS, Commerce . . . Madisonville Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phalanx, Kernel, Kentuckinn, Varsity Football JOHN XV. HICKOK, JR., Connnerce . . Roanoke, Va. B. CLAIRE HICKS, Aix S. . . . Greensboro, N.C. Alpha Delta Pi, Kentuekian, SGA, Pryor Pre-Med JAMES T. HIGIILAND, JR., Engineering . Lexington ASCE HENRIETTA C. HILL, Education . Bowling Green Kappa Alpha Theta, Kotfee Klub, Student Union Commit- tee, YWCA, Kentuckian Staff SAMUEL COOPER HILL, Law .... Lebanon Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Alpha Delta, Student Bar Association, Newman Club CARL H. IIILLEBRAND, Engineering . . Louisville ROSEMARY IIILLING, Aa s. . . . rr. Mitchell Mortar Board, Theta Sigma Phi, Kernel, news editor, New- nmn Club, vice-president, secretary PAUL E. HINES, Comme1'ce . . . . . Yancey Newman Club, Harlan County Club WILLIAM D. HITT, Education . , . XVinchester Phi Delta Theta GEORGE JAMES IIOEY, Commerce . . NVincbester HAROLD HOFFMAN, Ag6zHome Ec . Versailles, Ind. Lambda Chi Alpha, Pitkin Club BERNARD A. HOGAN, Commerce . . . Burlington ROBERT A. HOLBROOK, Engineering . . Olive Hill Phi Kappa Tau NVILLIAM L. HOLEMAN, Engineering . . Danville Sigma Alpha Epsilon, AIEE, AIRE KENNETH B. HOLLAND, Ag.8,Hon1c Ee . . Dykes 'I ' Z5 G KING CLA G I-" . gf, . ,, P" v lv-2 ,J Htl 324 XVILLIAM L. HOLLAND, Engineering . . NVingo ASME DAVID CAREY HOLLIDAY, Aix S. . . . Jackson Delta Chi, Alpha Phi Omega, K Club, Veterans Club, 240 Committee CHARLES XV. HONAKER, Commerce . . Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha, Glee Club, Choristers, YMCA DOROTHY LEE HONAKER, Education . Lexington Kappa Delta, treasurer, president, WAA, FTA, YVVCA, Dutch Lunch Club, PE Club CARL STEPHEN HOPKINS, A.6z S. . . . Paris HERBERT EDGAR HOSKINS, Commerce . Corbin EARL HOUCHIN, JR., Pharmacy .... Louisville Rho Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association CORNELIUS G. HOUSE, Education . . Russellville German Club, Philosophy Club, English Club HARRIS S. HOVVARD, Education . . Prestonsburg Sigma Alpha Epsilon, president, lnterfraternity Council, Young Democrats Club, FTA JAKIE MILFORD HONVARD, AJS: S. .... Cary Pryor Pre-Med Society JAMES ALVIN HONVARD, Engineering . . . Tolcr Engineering Student Council, ASCE XVILLIAM M. HOWARD, Law . . . . Harlan Student Bm' Association HENRY A. HUGGINS, Aix S. ..... Lexington Sigma Nu, Pryor Pre-Med Society BARBARA J. HUGHES, Aix S. . Mt. Vernon, NVasb. Alpha Gamma Delta, vice-president, Phi Beta, Canterbury Club, YWCA HAL T. HUGIIES, Connneree . . . . Louisville Sigma Alpha Epsilon HOVVARD C. HUMAN, Engineering . . . Stearns AIME, Delta Chi, Student Council, Student Chapter Ky. Mining Institute JOSEPH HUMPIIRESS, Engineering . . Lexington XVILLIAM R. HUMPHREY, Engineering . Lexington NVALLACE R. HUMPHREYS, Aix S. . . Lexington ALVIN F. HUMPHRIES, Engineering . . Lexington JACK T, HUMPHRIES, A.6: S. ...... Corbin Alpha Tau Omega, Band, Physics Club JUDITH NVOOD IIUMPHRIES, Aix S. . Lexington Zeta Tau Allha, Glee Club, League of Women Voters, YWCA, Art Club A. CLAYTON HUNT, Ag.6z Home Ee . . Aberdeen Wesley Foundation JACK P. HUNTER, Commerce .... Lexington CALEB HURST, Engineering . . . . Knoxfork ASME ROBERT CRUME I-IURST, Education . . Bardstown S E N Ay. I O R S .2 ,Q 2 .. ul f 1 X 'sf ,- sr. av "" W' N 6. If G, 1 f?fi:ii?wAE if ii s- S Q A Q X V5 " W I' fig? W ' W 4. h 6 A 9' 5 , W 1' 6 ' . 6 at A QF A . - . ty ,gg V . A ,. ,. , Q vu Q. Q l 5' SSX Us 'gg Qu N, xg ! 73' T' 1. , K, ' ' 1 x K, 1 X 1' A A . F If A ff f 1 -'A ra 5 JSI, rt, X 4 ,. 9 f V' an 5' 'W in K A T.. V 6 . 1 - P5 32 S E N I 0 R 'ev KM Q X 1 Q' ix fx ,sk 9' H 4 it 5,51 'qs f 'Q dh F QR w W . K4 ' 1 ew v T' qv if I f s I , x.-wa K Q' , 64- sw x S N 1 'F' 5' ,W 1 if M' N 'P' I :Z ., 1,A. Q A 'B ' PAA t 1 V f ,. 4 V WL Eg lfg Eff 15353 21 9 1 ,SEQ L? 7 vp Q, ' .' - 4 gl 67? U I . 11 Pg. Y " . it fl cw E26 H cg uf ,H F 4 C A Y Us I I A 'f M mil . 4 ' 1 1 1 o 3. 4. JERRY HURWITZ, Education . Rockaway Beach, N.Y. Hillel Foundation, International Relations Club ANN H. HUTCHCRAFT, Commerce . . . Paris Phi Beta, Cosmopolitan Club, Women's Glee Club AGNES T. I-IUTCHINSON, A.6z S. . . . Lexington Zeta Tau Alpha, secretary, YWCA, Young Democrats Club, Social Work Club, Dutch Lunch Club, Newman Club VU TAM ICH, Education . . Vietnam, Indo China Cosmopolitan Club LORRAINE ILARIA, Education . Cedar Grove, N.J. Delta Zeta, Panhellenic Council, WAA, Newman Club MARY CATHERINE INGELS, Education . . Paris Zeta Tau Alpha, FTA, YWCA EDVVIN V. INMAN, JR., Commerce . . . Lexington Delta Tau Delta, College Chamber Commerce GERALD B. ISAACS, Engineering . . . Somerset Kappa Sigma, ASCE DELMER ISON, Law . . . . . . Oscaloosa Phi Delta Phi OLLIE E. ISON, Engineering . . Plummers Landing EULLAS H. JACOBS, Ag.8r Ilome Ec . Waynesburg LLOYD K. JACOBS, Engineering . . Vine Grove ALVIN B. JAEGER, Education . . . Independence FTA, PE Club PAT JAMES, Education . . . XVhcelershurg, Ohio K Club, Varsity Football JAMES F. JEFFERSON, Pharmacy . . Louisville Phi Delta Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association LLOYD WVILLIAM JENKINS, Engineering . Raceland Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, AIEE VON E. JENNINGS, Engineering . NVhitesburg, Tenn. ASME, Norwood Society MARJORIE ELLEN JENTZ, AJS: S. . Jersey City, N.J. Philosophy Club, Sociology Club, English Club, YWCA JOHN B. JETER, Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Lexington Sigma Chi, Troupers, Newman Club CHARLES H. JOHNSON, Education . Campbellsburg Debate Team, Math Club, FTA, YWCA JAMES T. JOHNSON, Ag.eSz Home Ec . Water Valley Farm House, Dairy Club, Westminster Fellowship KENNETH JOHNSON, Engineering . Pcrryville, Mo. Guignol, WBKY Staff ROBERT FOSTER JOHNSON, A.8z S. . . Crestwood Alpha Chi Sigma, American Chemical Society ROBERT W. JOHNSON, JR., A.8z S. . Staunton, Va. Sigma Gamma Epsilon SAMUEL C. JOIINSON, JR., A.8t S. . . Vanceburg Sigma Alpha Epsilon ROBERT P. JOHNSTON, A.8z S. .... Lexington Delta Chi, Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Orchestra SHELBY ALLEN JOLLY, A.8z S. . . . Hawesvillc Physics Club CARL TILFORD JONES, Education . . . Corbin Sigma Phi Epsilon, FTA, YMCA ELLIOTT JONES, Commerce .... Beattyvllle Phi Sigma Kappa, YMCA Cabinet, Suky, Phalanx, Veterans Club, president- YMCA, president, SGA, Lances, 240 Com- mittee, Pitkin Club FRANCES M. JONES, Ag.8z Home Ee . . Lexington Alpha Delta Pi, Pitkin Club, 4-H Club, Home Ee. Club JERRY JONES, Law . . . . . . . . . Fulton Phi Delta Phi, SGA, Student Bar Association LeRUTH JONES, A.8t S. ..... Decatur, Ga. Delta Delta Delta, Social Work Club, Outing Club, WAA MARY J. JONES, Education .... Elizabethtown Hardin County Club RICHARD R. JONES, Education .... Ashland Phi Sigma Kappa, Interfratcrnity Council ROBERT M. JONES, Ag.6t Home Ee . . Cynthiana ROBERT VERNON JONES, Engineering . Lexington AIEE, IRE WVILLIAM B. JONES, Law .... . Glasgow Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Delta Phi NVILLIAM PAUL JONES, Engineering . . . Ilarlan EDWARD WILLIS JOUETT, A.8z S. . . Winchester Phi Delta Theta CHARLOTTE I. JUSTICE, A.8z S. .... Ludlow Alpha Delta Pi, Social Work Club, YWCA YVONNE JUSTICE, Commerce . . . Pikeville YWCA STANLEY F. JUZNVIK, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Phi Delta Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association 7. DOROTHY ETHEL KAIAINE, A.8c S. . . . Ashland Radio Studios JACK ALLEN KAIN, A.6z S. . . . . Lexington Sigma Phi Epsilon BEN F. KANATZAR, Education ..... Benton Wesley Foundation, Arnold Air Society, Tennis Team FRANK J. KANE, Commerce . . Staten Island, N.Y. SYLVESTER E. KANZLER, Engineering . Lexington JANE P. KAUFFMAN, A.8z S. . Pennington Gap, Va. Alpha Delta Pi, YWCA, English Club ROBERT P. KAUFMAN, A.8z S. . . . Troy, Ohio Phi Eta Sigma, YMCA, Glee Club 7:35 Q .Q 2, Fi", , 9 ps ' t-I 827 JOAN C. KAVANAUGH, Education . . Lexington Kappa Kappa Gamma, vice-president, House Presidents Council, Chi Delta Phi, treasurer, League of Women Voters. treasurer, president, WSSF, Kottee Klub, YWCA, FTA DOROTHY MARIE KEARNS, Education . Lexington FTA KELVIN Il. KEITH, Ag.8z I-lame Ec . . Mr. Sterling Alpha Zeta NVILLIAM E. KELLER, Ag.8z Ilo1neEc . Canton, O. ALICE LILLIAS KELLEY. AJS: S. . . . Lexington Delta Zeta, Suky, Dutch Lunch Club, Pitkin Cluh, YWCA JAMES FARMER KEMP, AIS: S. .... Mayfield Sigma Phi Epsilon ALF ROYAL KENDALL, Commerce . . . Bardwell GEORGE KENDRICK, Education . . . Lexington ROY F. KEPHART, Commerce . Silver Springs, Md. Lambda Chi Alpha LEONARD T. KERNEN, Commerce . . . Franfort FRANK MARTIN KILROY, Engineering . Louisville ASME BRAXTON RUSSELL KING, Commerce . . Stearns Sigma Phi Epsilon MILDRED KIRCHDORFER, Commerce . Anchorage Kappa Delta, Koifee Klub, Newman Club, League of Wo- Eilen Voters, College Chamber Commerce, Young Democrats ll! JOHN WILSON KNOX, A.6z S. . . Lexington CHARLES L. KOEHLER, A144 S. .... Lexington Kappa Sigma CARTER W. KOGER, Pharmacy .... Louisville Am. Phannaceutical Association AINO KOLK, Commerce .... Lidingo, Sweden Cosmopolitan Cluh, secretary BILLIE KOOKENDOFFER, AJS: S. .... Paris ROY KOONCE, Agfx Home Ee . . . Campbellsvillc Block and Bridle, Wesley Foundation JOSEPH T. KOPPIUS, Commerce . . . Lexington Kappa Sigma, Cosmopolitan Cluh JULIUS L. KOZLOVE, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association, Alpha Zeta Omega ROWLAND KRAPS, A.64 S. . . . . . LaCenter MAX P. KREITMAN, Pharmacy .... Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association, Alpha Zeta Omega r u 7599 ' x if NN W " J .J Q 2 If , if 328 -f D 6 7. IRVIN J. KUPPER, Pharmacy . . . . Louisville Kappa Psi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association SAMUEL KUSIINER, Pharmacy . . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association. JAMES QUINN LACKEY, Engineering . . Louisa Alpha Tau Omega, Seahhard and Blade, Pershing Rifles, ASME, AIME MARCUS II. LACKEY, Engineering .... Louisa Alpha Tau Omega, ASME, Scahhnrd and Blade CLARA J. LAFOLLETTE, A.8z S. . Charleston, NV.Va. Chi Omega VIRGINIA FAYE LAKE, Education . Nashville, Tenn. Alpha Gamma Delta, League of Women Voters, FTA, So- cial Work Cluh, YWCA JAMES MORRIS LAMB, Engineering . . Paducah JAMES OWVEN LAMBERT, Commerce . Winchester Scahhard and Blade ROY PORTER LAMBERT, Engineering . Lexington Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, vice-president, Sigma Pi Sigma JOIIN C. LANDGREBE, A.ZSz S. . Iluntinghurg, Ind. Bacteriology Society PAUL LIBERTO LANSAXV, AJS: S. . Middletown, O. Varsity Basketball JOI IN VAN LARKIN, Commerce . . . Frankfort Sigma Nu, Intertraternity Council MARGARET L. LARKIN, AJS: S. . . Logan, NV.Va. Alpha Xi Delta, Mortar Board, Phi Beta, WRKY, Guignol MARY ANN LAUB, A.8r S. .... Fremont, Ohio Delta Delta Delta, Bacteriology Society, Newman Cluh, Student Union Committee, WAA, YWCA LESTER M. LAWVLESS, Engineering . Iloustonville ASME CHARLES F. LAWRENCE, Alt S. . . . Danville FRED TAYLOR LANVSON, A151 S. . Sevicrville, Tenn. BSU, council, K-Book, sports editor, Kernel TIIOMAS OTIS LANVSON, Ali: S. . Mayberry, NV.Va. Delta Chi, Glee Cluh FLOYD LEE LAYMAN, Engineering . . Louisville Student Council, ASME JOIIN E. C. LAYTON, Ag.6r IIome Ee . . Midway MAY SEIL LEACH, Ag.8i Home Ee .... Jellico Zeta Tau Alpha, Home Ee. Club, League of Women Vot- ers, YWCA ROLLIE D. LEACH, Commerce .... Lexington Kappa Sigma WVILLIAM MARVIN LEAR, Commerce . Lexington Delta Tau Delta, Golf Team GEORGE LEBARON, Engineering . Philadelphia, Pa. ASCE JOE LEE, A144 S. ...... Middlesboro, Ky. Lamhda Chi Alpha, president and vice-president, Keys? Lances, SGA, Interfraternity Council, Phalanx, YMCA, Pit- kin Cluh, Clique, Kernel, feature editor, managing editor, 240 Conunittee, Seabbard and Blade, Arnold Air Society, YMCA Cahinet, Omieron Delta Kappa, K Book, editor SAMMIE F. LEE, Engineering ..... Sulpher Triangle, Pershing Rifles, ASCE S E N I O R S 'lin x jg '12, q x., X X X 'U 1 fi we , . .J g " , .V A F J, K . ' fm wif' D A , .iff Q f- mis . . 3, ,. ' "K-' av' au- W' 'S' Y,,, NL ' fam 5 ff? 3 gf- K' ' - , Q,A! k , ' W Q RA 5 5 ,. I 15345, . N ,R Q J A 4 6 3 R , , Q1 1 '- 1 Q 0, 2 ww 'N Q V kb .-., W AQ 3 ' ,-.4 Abq u' gb Auti 'Q 'b fA" ' Xu li dak? Y 54' 1" 'Y' i X if s 329 E N I 0 R S N 61 N Wk ' .- nw .Af V' 'K 2 W Q "xg QQ , X 5' 1 ,X V' xmg 'A 1 .. 1 ,ff I ' ,Q 22 as 'H Q 'Y . gs' pl gs A F' y - . I f ' X F x - 2 . , w 1' '..1 2 - amy , , 4 I K Q 'iw -F' 2 ' T Q g J 3 F? -g f SZ J! , av ' 5' g iv , f V Q2 7 .- ., . f 1 V V... .A mtmi .. M V H ,, . I x ,xi ' 1 1. V ...:, Q i ,qvl -v,, - , . X . A H he 1 ug. Q. ?b X. I f, f Q W: J H of H ' ' ' , .:,fk. , -1A- 'nbi ' , " yy . 1. 2. 3. 4. JOSEPH R. LEMASTUS, Engineering . . Louisville RAMONA R. LENOX, Ag.8z Home Ee . Brooksville Kaepa Delta, League of Women Voters, Home Ec. Club, Ko ee Klub, 240 Committee ROBERT G. LENTZ, Law . ..... Lexington Kappa Sigma, president, Phi Alpha Delta, president, Lamp and Cross, treasurer, Interfraternity Council, vice-president, Keys, Brandeis Law Club, president EUGENE LEONARD, Commerce . . . Lexington College Chamber of Commerce CROVER C. LESLIE, Commerce .... Pikeville Lambda Chi Alpha, treasurer, YMCA, Wesley Foundation IIARRY RUSSELL LESSLEY, A.8z S. . . Paducah Band, Alpha Phi Omega, Cosmopolitan Club DAVID T. LEWIS, A.8c S. . .... . Rineyville Sigma Phi Epsilon, secretary, English! Club, president, Phil- osophy Club, vice-president, Arnold Air Society, Hardin County Club, vice-president VIRGINIA E. LEWIS, Ag.6z Home Ee . . Ashland Home Ee. Club, FTA, YWCA, BSU, Glee Club, 4-I-I Club CARL R. LEZIUS, Commerce . Shaker Heights, Ohio Delta 'Tau Delta, secretary, Pershing Rifles, College Cham- ber of Conunerce IIERBERT D. LIEBMAN, Law .... Frankfort I6l?ibDelta Phi, Student Bar Association, Young Democrats u SARAH JEAN LINDSEY, Education . . Louisville FTA, Glee Club JOAN LINDSTROM, Commerce . St. Petersburg, Fla. Alpha Delta Pi JAMES R. LINE, Engineering .... Akron, Ohio Sigma Phi Epsilon, Omicron Delta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi ROBERT E. LINEI-IAN, Commerce . . . Covington Phi Sigma Kappa, treasurer, Lances NVILLIAM E. LINVILLE, Engineering . . Ashland Phi Delta Theta, Eta Kappa Nu, Arnold Air Society, Persh- ing Rifles ARTHUR LITTRELL, Ag.tQ Home Ee . Winchester CHARLES LEWVIS LOCKER, Commerce . . Benton GEORGE W. LOCKIN, Engineering . . Lexington ROBERT B. LORCI-I, JR., Commerce . . Anchorage AIEE JOHN E. LOWE III, Pharmacy .... Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association FEDERICO LUX, Engineering .... Lexington WILLIS CARSON LYONS, JR., Engineering . Corbin Alpha Tau Omega, vice-president, ASME WILLIAM A. MACABEE, Engr. . Jaeksboro, Tenn. Sigma Nu, Kentuckian, YMCA, Phalanx, ASCE RICHARD EMERSON MACKE, A.6z S. . Covington Lambda Chi Alpha, Kernel, managing editor JAMES MACKLIN, Engineering . Valley Stream, N. Y. Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi ANN MACKLIN, A.8z S. .... Forks of Elkhorn gappa Kappa Gamma, president, Panhellenic, SGA, K-Book, WBIIS 5. 6. 7. NVAYNE L. MADDOX, Aft S. ..... Corbin Alpha Chi Sigma, American Chemical Society MARION C. MAGEL, Engineering . . . Louisville JOE ED MAINOUS, Commerce .... Lexington Sigma Chi, Phalanx, Interfraternity Council, Pitkin Club, Tau Kappa Alpha EARL CLIFFORD MAJESKE, Ah S. . . Lexington SYLVIA G. MAKEPEACE, A.6z S. . . Sanford, N. C. Delta Delta Delta ANTIIONY J. MANGIONE, Commerce . Lexington Phi Sigma Kappa WILLIAM T. MANLEY, Ag.8r Ilome Ee . Sharpsburg CIIARLES T. MANSFIELD, Pharmacy . . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association, Kappa Psi ANTIIONY MARCHETTA, Commerce . Utiea, N.Y. Newman Club, International Relations Club JAMES V. MARCUM, Law ...... Louisa Phi Alpha Delta, Student Bar, Ky. Law Journal JOHN W. MARCUM, Engineering .... Hilltop JACK I. MARION, A.8z S. ..... Catlettsburg ROBERT A. MARKHAM, Engineering . . . Sturgis ASCE JAMES MORGAN MARKS, Law .... Lexington Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Association, Ky. Law Journal JOHN GORMAN MARLONVE, Commerce . Lexington Sigma Chi, Guignol ALAN E. MARSH, Commerce . St. Petersburg, Fla. Sigma Alpha Epsilon GORDON RENICK MARSII, Aix S. . . Lexington Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade HARRY AMENT MARSH, JR., A.6r S. . . . Paris Bacteriology Society NVILLIAM G. MARSHALL, Pharmacy . . Louisville Kappa Psi, Rho Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association JAMES C. MARTIN, Ag.6z Ilome Ee . . . Princeton Alpha Gamma Rho, Block and Bridle, Livestock Judging Team, Dairy Club, Dairy Judging Team, 4-I-I Club LOUISE MARTIN, Ag.8r Ilome Ee . Zeta Tau Alpha, YWCA, Home Ee. Club . Barbourville THOMAS GUDGEL MARTIN, Aix S. . . Stanford Radio Studios, BSU, Guignol EDWARD A. MARYE, JR., Law . . . Earlington Phi Kappa Tau, vice-president, Phi Delta Phi, Interfrater- nity Council 7252 fa? effeiw 5 X 331 I. 0 .N fi. 4 JOHN J. MASSEY, Engineering . . Kayford, W.Va. Tau Beta Pi, AIME LOIS SYLVIA MASSIE, Ah S. . . . Lexington Radio Studios NVILLIAM S. MASTERSON, Engineering . Lexington JACOB L. MATHER, JR., Commerce . . Louisville Wesley Foundation THOMAS NV. MATHIS, Commerce . Logan, W.Va. Phi Sigma Kappa GENE STUART MATTHIS, Engineering . . Harlan FRANK J. S. MATURO, JR., A.8r S. . . Georgetown Alpha Tau Omega, president, Lamp and Cross, Intcrfra- ternity Council, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phalanx, SGA, Stu- dent Union Board, Suky, YMCA Cabinet, Keys, secretary, Lanees, Pitkin Club, YMCA IIAROLD JAMES MAUPIN, Law . . . . Berea Phi Delta Phi, I-Iarlan Law Club JULIAN WV. MAUPIN, Ag.8r Home Ec . . Riclnnond MARY ANN MAY, Ag.8z Home Ee . . . Louisville Home Ee. Club OSCAR BERNARD MAY, JR., Commerce . Lexington Lambda Chi Alpha VVILLIAM R. MAYBERRY, Enginee1'ing . Morganfield PAUL NVHITE MAYIIEW, Engineering . Lexington Sigma Chi, Eta Kappa Nu, Pershing Rifles, IRE, AIEE, Scabbard and Blade BARBARA A. McCABE, A144 S. . . Burlington, N.J. OXVEN McCAIN, Ag.8r Home Ec ..... Benton EDXVARD McCANDLESS, JR., Ag.tQ Ilomc Ec . Boyd JAMES M. McCANN, JR., Law . . . WVinchcster Phi Delta Theta, president, Phi Delta Phi, Lamp and Cross, president, Interfraternity Council, SGA, vice-president, Seah- hard and Blade, Keys, secretary, Lances, vice-president SUE JORDAN McCANN, Ag.1Sz Home Ee . . Paris Newman Club, Home Ee. Club JEANETTE H. McCARTHEY, Education . Maysvillc YWCA, FTA, Glee Club, Outing Club JAY G. McCARTY, Engineering , . . Owensboro BOBBY B. MCCLAIN, Engineering . . Engineering Student Council, 240 Committee, AIME New Castle CHARLES McCLURE, Ag.tQ Home Ec . Henderson Alpha Gamma Rho ELLA S. McCLURE, Ag.fSr Home Ec . . Eminence Chi Omega, League of Women Voters, YWCA, 240 Com- mittee fair? QS' J .4131 '1:5'l ,, if A , r 332 LAWAS LEE McCLURE, Ag.eSr Home Ec . Henderson Alpha Gamma Rho, Phalanx, Lanees, 4-I-I Club, Block and Bridle, Pershing Rifles, YMCA, Glee Club, Livestock Judg- ing Team, Wesley Foundation NVILLIAM G. MeCONNELL, Pharmacy . Louisville Kappa Psi, Rho Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association ROBERT C. McCOUN, A151 S. .... XVIHCIIOSIOI' Kappa Alpha, Kernel ROBERT T. McCONVAN, Commerce . . Lexington Delta Tau Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa, YMCA Cabinet, Lamp and Cross, Student Union Board, Delta Sigma Pi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Lances, president, Keys, vice-president, Patterson Literary Society, president, Pitkin Club, vice- president PATRICIA McCUTCIlEON, Ed. . Beckley, XV.Va. Alpha Xi Delta, FTA, Student Union Committee WESLEY R. McDANIEL, Pharmacy . . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association VIRGINIA S. McDONALD, Alia S. . . . Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta, Student Union Committees LOUISE Mc-DOVVELL, Education . . . Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta, League of Women Voters, Young Democrats Club, FTA, Dutch Lunch Club, Freshman Club BARBARA J, McGHEE, Education . Jacksboro, Tenn. Delta Zeta, Kentuckian, YWCA, Jewell Hall Chorus, ROTC Sponsor, FTA IIADEN McGUIRE, JR., Ag.84IIomeEc . Smiths Grove Arnold Air Society ANN LEOTA McINTIRE, A144 S. . . Lexington Delta Zeta DOROTHY L. McINTOSIl, A.cSi S. . . . Somerset DONALD E. McKEENE, Commerce . . Lexington MARY BERT McKENNA, A.8r S. .... Lexington Alpha Xi Delta, Newman Club, Student Union Committees, YWCA, Guignol, Kentuckian, Kernel, Panhellenic Council CIIARLES L. McMURRAY, Engineering . . Cayce Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, AIEE, IRE JAMES R. McNEAL, Engineering . . . Carrollton Phi Kappa Tau. secretary, IRE MARY ANN McQUAID, A.8r S. .... Lexington Alpha Xi Delta, president, Suky, Newman Club, Bacteri- ology Society, Chcerleader '47, '48, '49 MARY ELIZABETH MEADE, A151 S. . . . Ashland Alpha Xi Delta, Bacteriology Society, YWCA, Outing Club, WAA, League of Women Voters MARGARET IIELEN MEAGIIER, AJS: S. . Lexington Social Work Club RICIIARD MEENA, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association MANUEL MERCADO, Engineering . La Paz, Bolivia CARL S. MERENBLOOM, Pharmacy . . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association MORRIS J. MERIDETII, Engineering . . Lexington Triangle, ASME NVILLIAM R. MICHAEL, Education . . Lexington CARLYLE MICHELSON, Engineering . . Lexington Eta Kappa Nu, Scabbard and Blade, IRE, AIEE BETTY FUGATE MIDKIFF, Education . . Jenkins sz Wy QW' 3 Z Y x 6. t Z 6 Q " J ' Q '- . X xr 'i' if ,Q L 4 ,A f 'gjfxav C M , A - f1" A , . 1 . yy It A ..,. , , ' ns - " f'. 'A .Li ' , Q W' a 3' ,v W X gg I 8? Q V bf, m Ev- FQ, -7 ' 5 A .-xv ,-- , 1-, ' x, ,.'., 1' -Wx f , e I N-,f ,wai. Eiw fff. M Q gg ' A 6. Q, X sf- 2' Q fm i - 4-.4 K, ,B M 62 'L 'SWL ,WW 2 5 ,J ,gg-. 'ZA 'Y' Aix? QR 1 1 .ww 'fc ' ' .. ev' 'HF 6- v, gk' f ny 'S 2 f he ' 1 -114 'K ' up' X L v , 55" QQ E A Y-Tw . V A - Y .J W - ' u g I SFF 1 . . ' ' 'L an il , . 1, .,:. , 1 ifgfau ,, E 7 K' -Skins A ', Wxfigl 1 H ' ifwfl , Q Wx 1 s' Nw ss.. . Q W, if 8 tg. wx nj, 1 v W X ""' 5,1 -er , A 5-,-..,, fa, , X. , F- Q ', Egg , 'jfji W U 1 X' W 1W2W M A 1 A. I 333 .sw S E N I 0 R S Xe ' "1' h N 2 E fin! 'A 1 3, F. F W. an 6 W n ., ,. HJ 4 'T ' 'W f "" 'X i v ff' "OIC" .U13 f P4 ,x. ' tx Q X 'C' K' ,6 ac.. Q 5 ff 1? m 5 waive IAQ sw 'M . ' .. ' .U ' 'x V' F I ' f f ' . . 5 " 'V ' I ' ' , M ' 334 1. 2. S 4. ANNELLE MILLER, Education . . . Paris Delta Delta Delta, FTA, YWCA DOROTHY GAIL MILLER, AJS, S. . . . Lexington Alpha Delta Pi, Suky, YWCA, Dutch Lunch Club, Kernel, Student Union Committee, Alma Magna Mater FRED HUEY MILLER, Commerce . . . Carrollton Delta Tau Delta IIOMER W. MILLER, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Lawson JACOB MILLER, Pharmacy ..... Louisville Phi Delta Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association RICHARD JAMES MILLER, Law .... Ashland ROBERT MILLER, JR., Engineering . Cincinnati, O. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Interfraternity Council, YMCA, ASCE STEWART JOSEPH MILLER, Law . . . Louisville Phi Delta Phi, Young Republicans Club, Brandeis Law Club WVILLIAM R. MILLER, Enginee1'ing . . Lexington Pi Tau Sigma, ASME WILLIAM M. MILLER, Ag.6z Home Ee Williamstown NVILMA GRAY MILLION, Commerce . . Rielunond Alpha Xi Delta, seeretar , YWCA, College Chamber of Com- merce, Student Union Committee ANITA U. MILLS, Commerce . . . Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta, YWCA EDGAR LYNN MILLS, Commerce . . . Covington Scabbard and Blade, Veteran's Club, College Chamber of Commerce EDWARD MILLS, AA S. . . . Lexington Sigma Phi Epsilon HERBERT B. MILLS, Connneree . . . Corbin Sigma Phi Epsilon ROBERT HOWARD MILLS, Education . Covington Lmnbda Chi Alpha, FTA, Band CIIARLES G. MITCHELL, JR., Engineering . . . . . . Vicksburg, Miss. Delta Chi, vice-president, Fencing Team, ASCE MARGERY MITCHELL, Ag.6llIO1l1C Ec . Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta, secretary, Phi Upsilon Omicron, vice- president' Mortar Board, WAA, League of Women Voters, Koifec Klub, Pitkin Club, Westminister Fellowship, YWCA, I-lome Ee. Club MELVIN E. MITCHELL, A.fSz S. .... Franklin Newman Club, Pershing Rifles, Kernel Stall SIDNEY E, MITCHELL, Engineering . . Lexington Tau Beta Pi, Scabbard and Blade, ASCE DAVID L. MOBERLY, Education . . . Lexington Alpha Tau Omega, Pitkin Club, FTA, president JAMES MONTGOMERY, Pharmacy . . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association DEMPSEY MOORE, AJS, S. . . . . . Mallie EDWARD J. MOORE, JR., A.6z S. .... Bellevue Northern Kentucky Club JOAN PATTERSON MOORE, Ah S. . . Lexington Kappa Delta- YWCA, Dutch Lunch Club, Pitkin Club, League of Wlomen Voters LUTHER MOORE, Engineering .... Lexington JAMES H. MORAN, Commerce . Jamestown, N. C. 5 G. 7. .JOSEPII A. MORGAN, Engineering . . . STELLA R. MORAN, Commerce . . . Manchester Phi Beta Kappa, viee-president . Corbin J U N E MORGAN, Education .... Ilarrodsburg Pitkin Club, YWCA, FTA MACK J. MORGAN, JR., Commerce . . Lexington Pershing Rifles ROBERT E. MORGAN, Engineering .... Corbin XVYNN GLASS MOSELEY, A451 S. . . . Lexington Sigma Chi, Phalanx, Henry Watterson Press Club, president, 1947 Singles Tennis Champion, 1950 Tennis Doubles Cham- pion, Cgiiitcrlniry Club, secretary, Kernel, Pitkin Club, Vet- eran s u J LEONARD MOSES, Co1nmc1'ce ..... Coxton Pi Kappa Alpha, Harlan County Club GEORGE T. MOUSER, Ag.6z llome Ec . Greensburg JACK E. MOXLEY, Law ...... Lexington Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Association, Reed Law Club, Accounting Club, College Chamber of Commerce HERBERT A. MULDER, Aix S. .... Lexington T au Kappa, YMCA, Phalanx, Social Work Club ORIE C. MULLEN, Jr., Agikllomc Ee . Cynthiana DANIEL F. MULLIN, Engineering . . . Louisville Alpha Tau Omega, ASME Tl IOMAS E. MULLIN, Engineering . . . Louisville ASME IIAROLD G. MULLINS, Engineering . . . Fulton Kappa Sigma, ASCE NVILLIAM H. MULLINS, Engineering . . llueysville XVILLIAM R. MUNRO, Aix S. .... Louisville COLEMAN MURPIIEY, Engineering . Madisonville VIRGINIA D. MURRAY, Ag.N Home Ee . Prospect Hamilton House, Suky, 4-II Club, YWCA, Ilome Ee. Club ARTIIUR LEE MYLES, Commerce . . Owensboro Alpha Sigma Phi, Phalanx, seeretar , treasurer, Suky, YMCA Cabinet, treasurer, Pitkin Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Delta Sigma Pi, Cosmopolitan Club, Interfaith Council, Wesley Foundation, Freshman Club, president JOSEPH NED NACE, Commerce .... Paducah Kappa Sigma STEPHEN NAPIER, JR., Aglk IIo1ncEc . . Chavies VICTOR NASH, Ag.8z Ilomc Ee .... Frankfort Alpha Zeta, Agronomy Club X N I., O 335 l. 0 ... .w -J. 4. RALPH NV. NEACE, Engineering . . Dayton, Ohio MATTHENV THOMAS NEAL, Commerce . Carlisle THOMAS EDVVARD NEAL, AJS, S. . . . Joliet, Ill. Alpha Sigma Phi, vice-president, Interfraternity Council JAMES NEASE, Engineering . . . Gettysburg, Ohio Eta Kappa Nu PAUL GLEN NEELY, Age: Home Ee . . . Frazier CHARLOTTE EVANS NEIL, AJS: S. . . Scottsville YWCA, Wesley Foundation FREDRICK PHILIP NEUVILLE, JR., Agik Home Ec . . . Beacon, New York Alpha Gamma Rho, 4-ll Club, Troupers, Track Team ALLIE ll. NEVVMAN, Engineering . . . Lexington ASME BILLIE JOYCE NENVSOM, Education . . Pikeville FTA, YWCA FREDERICK E. NICHOLS, Law . . . Madisonville Sigma Nu, president, Omicron Delta Kappa, president, Inter- fraternity Council, Lamp and Cross, College Chamber Com- merce, K-Book, editor, Kernel news editor, Lances, SGA JULIAN M. NICIIOLS, Ag.6z Home Ee . . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pershing Rifles, YMCA MARY JANE NOLAND, Ag.t4: Home Ee . Riclnnond JAMES C. NORTHCUTT, Ag.81 Ilomc Ec . Dry Ridge SETH FORD NUCKOLS, A151 S. .... Glasgow Delta Chi, Art Club, Fencing Team, Alpha Phi Omega, Glee Club, YMCA MARY F. NUTTING, A.6z S. . . . Edgewood, Pa. WAA, Cosmopolitan Club, YWCA ANNA E. O'BANNON, A.6z S. . College Station, Texas Alpha Gamma Delta, House Presidents Council, Cheer- leader '47, '48, Tau Sigma, Suky, Cwens JOHN E. O'BRIEN, Engineering . . . Owensboro ASCE ANN OGDEN, Education ...... Slaughters Alpha Delta Pi, Conuue1'ce Club, FTA BERNARD F. O'LAUGHLAN, Law . . . Lexington Phi Alpha Delta KENNETH OLIVER, Commerce . . . Frankfort Sigma Nu, Veterans Cluh PIERSON S. OLIVER, JR., Ag.5z IlomeEc . . . . . . Colombia, South America Cosmopolitan Club JOIIN T. ORLANDI, Law . . . . Lexington Phi Delta Phi 53 I THIS l5wUngX1lJ.5rn..q2Pg- EN IF vo S BITING YouR FINGER- NHILS H!! 336 DELLA NVHEELER OSBORN, Education . Ashland FTA, Dutch Lunch Club DOUGLAS MARION OSBORN, Engineering . . . . . . VVinter Park, Florida Delta Tau Delta, Troupers DALLAS G. OSGATHARP, Pharmacy . . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association JOIIN E. OVVEN, Engineering . . . Lebanon Pi Tau Sigma, ASME ROBERT ARTHUR PAASCII, AJS S. , . Thayer, Mo. MARY ANNA PARKER, Alt S. .... Frankfort Kappa Delta, vice-president, League ol' NVomen Voters, YYVCA, English Club DON KEITH PARKEY, Commerce .... Baxter RUSSELL PARSONS, Ag.6zHome Ee . Rochester, N.Y. XVALTER PATRICK, Law . . . . . Harrodsburg Phi Sigma Kappa. president, secretary, vice-president, treas- urer, Phi Delta Phi, lnterfraternity Council, SGA, Patterson Literary Society, Student Bar Association, Reed Law Club, Veterans Club, Lances VVILLIAM T. PATTESON, Engineering . . Lebanon ASCE KERMIT PATTERSON, Commerce . . Harrodsburg CARMAL PATTON, Engineering . . . . Garrett JAlCIlIirR. PAULEY, Engineering . . Russellville JOHN B. PEAK, Pharmacy ...... Louisville Phi Delta Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association NVILLIAM RALPH PEAK, Engineering . Owensboro Delta Chi, president, Interfraternity Council, ASME ROBERT M. PEARCE, Law .... Bowling Green Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Association JAMES LESLIE PEARSON, Age: Home Ee . Oakland Block and Bridle JOHN A. PEDIGO, Commerce ..,. Scottsvillc Alpha Tau Omega, president, Lauees, Pershing Rifles, Seab- bard and Blade, secretary GEORGE D. PENDERGRASS, Ag.6i Home Ee . Prysv CARL L. PENNINGTON, Engineering . The Ridge ASCE SANTIAGO PEREZ, JR., A.tk S. . . . Fajardo, P. R. Cosmopolitan Club ELSIE REA PERKINS, Ali: S. . . . NVlllltl,1l1SlJlll'Q ANN PERRINE, A.6z S. ....... Maysvillc Delta Delta Delta, Guignol, YWCA, WAA, Alpha Lambda Delta, Young Democrats Club JEAN LLOYD PERRINE, Ae, S. .... Maysvillc Delta Delta Delta JOIIN PETERS, Education .... Nicholson, Pa- Lamhda Chi Alpha KATHLEEN PETTEY, Education . . . Columbia Pitkin Cluh, YWCA, FTA JOHN NV. PETTITT, Engineering . . Buffalo, N.Y- Pi Tau Sigma A S E N I - c. ,,, wry, D- 1 i , w 'si nw 'Q .Asia x f . fifiifgfffvt, .... ,Y . 9 3 9 L, 1 4' I' 5 1 L 'PQ Gr If 1 . A ' W Ct S, K 5 A4 M51 A ,GO Q by , . J ,fd 4 1 h I , L ? , r ew Q I' .1 W fps ar 2 X F 4 R' 4 x t 8 if W X 'I A l i 3 Y x .J X - X 1. 1, 'Q' ' W '4'H 9 ' uw ff W ' -A A k.,Y.,,.,..m V4 ww!! jc ff ' -.1 A "' i Q. ,, 5 by L r 'ZX Eli w K Q f A A 4 A - fig 1 v, .5 K ,jg ..- . . 'Q Q 9' 4 is N er: Q. 1+ O I , rv QW u 'K R 1 Q , fi Y w ' A Q 1 ,r H Ji . 3 ' My 2. I 46 4 l l -.fy f b F M I V.. A afslxa: Q W ' , ,.,, HQ ' ' 1 , 4 A H ,., I 1. 3 -4. .N -J. 4. JOAN PFEIFFER, A.8c S. . .... Louisville Delta Delta Delta, WAA, Newman Club, Student Union Committees, YWCA BEN P. PHILLIPS, Pharmacy ..... Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association CARL JAMES PHIPPS, IR., Education . . . . . . Portsmouth, O. FTA, Gamma Theta Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma NVILLIAM C. PICKETT, Ag.6z Heine Ec . Louisville ARTHUR P. PIERINGER, Ag.6i Home Ee . . . . . . Bergenlield, N.J. Alpha Zeta, Farm House, treasurer, Agronomy Club, presi- c ent RICHARD LYNN PIGMAN, Commerce . Lexington Phi Sigma Kappa, Delta Sigma Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Ar- nold Air Society, Patterson Literary Society, College Cham- ber of Commerce, Alma Magna Mater, WBKY Studios, Keys ,IUAN B. PINTO, Commerce . . . Colmnbia, S.A. Theta Xi JOHN PIRRI, JR., Agikllome Ec . . Bayside, N.Y. EDNVARD JOHN PLESNAR, Law . VVilkes Barre, Pa. THOMAS ALLEN POE, Commerce . . Henderson Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega, secretary, YMCA, Pershing Rifles RUSSELL POLSTON, Ag.15z Home Ec . Burkesville Alpha Gamma Rho, FTA, Wesley Ifoundation ,IESSE XVARREN PORTER, Aix .... Ashland Phi Sigma Kappa RICHARD L. PORTER, Co1n1ne1'ce . Nashville, Tenn. SHIRLEY ANN PORTER, Education . . . Liberty Delta Zeta, Kernel, FTA, 4-II Club, Panhellenic Council STANLEY PORTMANN, Aix S. . . . . Lexington Delta Tau Delta, Kernel, sports editor, K-Book, editor, Pat- terson Literary Society, president CARL POSTIGLIONE, Engineering . New York City Newman Club, Radio Club FRANCIS J. POULOUIN, Engineering . Anchorage Pi Kappa Alpha, AIEE NITA RUTH POVVERS, AJS: S. .... XVest Point Delta Zeta, president, Suky, vice-president, SGA, Womens' Administrative Council, Panhellenie Council, 240 Commit- tee, Young Democrats Club, Hardin County Club, WAA, League of Women Voters, Guignol, YWCA, Student Union Committees ALFRED N. PRENVITT, Agk Ilo1neEc . Mt. Sterling Phi Delta Theta EDVVINA MAY PREWITT, Education . Mt. Sterling Kappa Kappa Gamma, Koffee Klub, Kappa Delta Pi, FTA THOMAS J. PRICE, Education .... Lexington JOAN BODLAY PRICHARD, A.8z S. . . Louisville Chi Omega, Koffce Klub, WAA, YWCA JOHN C. PRICHARD, Engineering . . . Lexington Alpha Tau Omega, treasurer, AIEE NVILLIAM C. PRICHARD, Co1nme1'cc . . Ashland Sigma Chi LOUIS E. PROFFITT, Engineering . Tompkinsville WVILLIAM PUMPELLY, Ag.8z Home Ee . Dayton, O. Rifle Team MARIAN HAZEL PURDY, Education . . Lexington BSU NVILLIAM QUILLEN, Engineering . Philippi, XV.Va. ALVIN RICHARD RABE, Ag.eSz Home Ec . Covington :Xi-nold Air Society, Newman Club, Agronomy Club, secre- ary THOMAS M. RAGLAND, Engineering . Beaver Dam Eta Kappa Nu, IRE, AIEE WILLIAM RAGLAND, Commerce . Bowling Green VVesley Foundation EUGENE D. RAINS, Ag.6z IIo1ne Ee . Campbellsburg -IAMES E. RAINS, Engineering . . . NVilliamsburg ASCE VERNON LEE RAMEY, Ag.tt Home Ee . . Gosling HAROLD E. RANEY, Age: Home Ec . Bradfordsville EDXVIN ELBERT RANKIN, Ag.8z Home Ec . Marion Sigma Phi Epsilon ADOLPH P. RASMUSSEN, JR., Engr. . Chicago, Ill. Alpha Sigma Phi, ASME, AIME REBECCA J. RASNICK, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Am. Plnirmaceutical Association PAUL F. RASSINIER, Engineering . . . Louisville Tl IOMAS BLAKE RATLIFF, Law .... Pikeville THEODORE S. RAU, Agh Home Ee . . Louisville Alpha Gamma Rho, Dairy Club NORMAN RAVNSBORG, Engineering . Orange, NJ. VVeshninster Fellowship, AIME, Kltll DAN RANVLINGS, Education . . . . . Corbin Sigma Phi Epsilon CHARLES E. READ, Ag.txHomeEc . . Magnolia Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle, Arnold Air Society BILLY EUGENE REDDEN, Ag.tiHomeEc . Cadiz VVesley Foundation CHARLES B. REED, Engineering . . Simpsonville ASME EARL PICKETT REED, Engineering . . Lexington German Club, IRE HUGH BROOKS REED, Commerce . .' Georgetown LESLIE E. REED, Pharmacy ..... Louisville Phi Delta Chi, Rho Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association K7 ,Q- Citrlpyu 4 ,fe A I 339 McKAY REED, JR., Commerce . . . Louisville Kappa Sigma THOMAS BULL REED, AA S. .... Frankfort Track CECIL B. REEDER, JR., A.6z S. . . . Hopkinsville EDWIN EUGENE REESE, Education . . Clinton Pi Kappa Alpha, BSU, council, 240 Committee HERMAN D. REGAN, JR., Engineering . Lexington Delta Tau Delta, Scahbard and Blade, Pershing Rifles, ASCE JACK XVILLARD REID, Commerce . . . Paducah Phi Sigma Kappa, Arnold Air Society, Seabhard and Blade ELIZABETH LOIS REYNOLDS, Ag.8z Home Ee . . . . VVincliester Mortar Board, president, Phi Upsilou Omieron, treasurer, YVVCA Cabinet, Home Ee. Club, Philosophy Cluh RICHARD F. RIIODEIYIYRE, EIIJIIIICCYIIIJQ . Asllltllltl. Delta Tau Delta, Pi Tau Sigma, Scabbard and Blade HOXVARD RHUDY, Education . . . . . Lynch HELEN L. RICE, Education ..... Mays Lick YWCA, FTA, WAA, Glee Club, Disciples Student Fellow- ship, Guignol, Pitkin Club XVILLIAM RUSSELL RICE, AA S. . . . Garrett NANCY J. RICHARDS, Education . Beckley, XV.Va. Delta Delta Delta, House Presidents Council GEORGE NV. RICHARDSON, Commerce . Russellville Sigma Alpha Epsilon IIAROLD EDVVARD RICHARDSON, Law . . . . . . Ricluuoud Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Phi, Vinson Law Club HAROLD EVAN RICIIARDSON, JR., Ag.6lIIOI1ICEC . . . Riclnnond MARY JO RIDLEY, Agia IIomeEc . . Beaver Dam Alpha Delta Pi, Suky, Mortar Board, Phi Upsiloa Omicrou, -i-II Club, Home Ec. Club, YWCA, Cwens, 1950 May Day 1 ttenc ant CAROLINE ALMIRA RIEL, Ali: S. . Newburgh, N.Y. Phi Beta, Wesley Foundation, Choristers, Women's Glee Cluh, Orchestra ILLEANA RIGAU, Ag.8zl,I0me Ec . Yauco, Puerto Rico Tau Sigma, Cosmopolitan Club BETTY JOYCE RIGGLE, Education . . Cynthiana Suky, YWCA, FTA, Social Work Club PATRICK E. RILEY, Commerce . . Middleshoro Kappa Alpha . Seitz CALVIN RISNER, Agia Inlomc Ec . . COTTAGE -6 0. 0 ' I 0 76 . . ,J ty. I gg F w 5 'I f nJn1?v.'fQv,,,,A9m umm.. vf - ., V. i Elm. "lJUsT HDORE OLIVESIN 340 fl. 5. 6 7. ROBERT NEIVTON RISNER, Ag.8z Home Ee . Seitz ERNEST NV. RIVERS, JR., Law .,... Corbin Phi Delta Phi BILLIE K. ROBERSON, Education . East McDowell College Chamber of Colnmcrce, FTA ELLA ll. ROBERSON, Education . . . McDowell FTA RICHARD A. ROBERTSON, Law . . . Owensboro Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Association RICIIARD E. ROBERTSON, AJS: S. . . Ilerslley, Pa. DONALD C. ROBINSON, Education . . . Corbin JOHN PAUL ROBINSON, Engineering . . . Inez AIME ROBBIE ROBINSON, Ali S. ..... Lexington alpha Xi Delta, SGA, Kernel, Tau Sigma, Dutch Lunch an SAMUEL F. ROBINSON, Education . . Lexington ELIZABETH, RODGERS, Education . Valley Station Kappa Delta, FTA, Glee Club, League of Women Voters DONALD VV. ROGERS, AJR S. . . . Fort Mitchell Phi Sigma Kappa, YMCA Cabinet EMMETT VINSON ROGERS, A.6: S. . . Cynthiana Sigma Phi Epsilon ERNEST M. ROGERS, Commerce . . Pikeville BYRON F. ROMANOWITZ, Engineering . Lexington Phi Sigma Kappa, Phi Mu Alpha, Band, ASCE JOHN ROSCIII, Engineering . Franklin Furnace, Ohio ASME RAYMOND L. ROSE, Ask S. . . . . Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha DON CARL ROSS, JR., Ali: S. . . . YViucliester Student Bar Association, Phi Alpha Delta MARION D. ROSS, Commerce .... Frankfort RICHARD ROSS, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Kappa Psi JOE ROUBEN, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association ROBERT E. ROY, Ag.6z Home Ee . . . Cains Store SAMUEL CURTIS ROY, Commerce . . . Burnetta WALTER LEE ROY, A.8z S. . . . Lakewood, Ohio Delta Tau Delta, YMCA, Phalanx, Pitkin Club ROBERT E. RUBERG, Law .... Fort Thomas Phi Delta Phi, Newman Club JOIIN JOSEPH RUDY, Engineering . . . Marysville Phi Sigma Kappa, secretary, ASME, president, Veterans Club IIARRY J. RUSSELL, Pharmacy .... Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association DAVID SACKS, Engineering . . Valley Stream, N.Y. Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma E N I CD R J x, .t " Aw' 4 Q ,Q F. . , , -. - , A ,X K AY su- A V 4 2' x t -J., , 6 . , V blvv xfjgxwgy N ' egg? ' ' f1'11i7xM i fliiwi' E K a ' x 2. 4 1:1 '. gy ' A 'Nu Km' ... 5, 2 S E N I O R S aw sm Q X Q wr . . .. 1' f - j , , 1 4 ww ' A., Q LA ., Y I My , 3 I A . , Q X ' 1 u , ,N 45, . x . 1. . 4 , , 5 'W ,. ,, . , u. Q' mtg W 'eh QA I 'U01 V KA ,Q Q. N 2 RICHARD W. SCHULTE, Engineering . . Erlanger GORDON AUBREY SALE, Education . . . Sturgis GEORGE D. SALISBURY, Ag.6z Home Ee . Langley IIERSHEL SALLENGS, Pharmacy . . . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association BILLY P. SAMUEL, Engineering . . . Georgetown Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, ASME NVILLIAM MASON SAMUELS, JR., A.8z S. . Danville Sigma Phi Epsilon, president, Rifle Team, Student Union Board, Kernel, Kentuckian Staff CURTIS T. SANDERS, Ag.8z Ilome Ec . . . Berry Football manager RICHARD P. SAUNDERS, A.84 S. . Cincinnati, Ohio Phi Sigma Kappa DAVID Il. SANVYER, Engineering .... Albany THOMAS NV. SAWYER, Ag.8z Home Ee . Louisville Sigma Alpha Epsilon, president, Interfraternity Council ANNA LEE SCALF, Commerce .... Pikeville Phi Beta, 240 Committee ALVIN SCI-ILOSSBERG, Phannacy . . . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association, Alpha Zeta Omega DOROTHY L. SCHMIDT, Com. . New Rochelle, N.Y. Alpha Xi Delta, Outing Club, College Chamber of Com- merce, YWCA FREDERICK J. SCHMIDT, Engineering . Louisville Sigma Nu GEORGE XV. SCI-IOOLCRAFT, Ag.6z Home Ee . . . . . Gains Store Dairy Club NVILLIAM A. SCHREYER, Education . . Lexington American Chemical Society BILLY JOE SCIIROEDER, Engineering . . . Sitka WILLIAM E. SCI-IULENBERG, A.8z S. . Louisville Phi Kappa Tau, Arnold Air Society, Kentuckian, Kernel, Keys, Henry Watterson Press Club Eta Kappa Nu WILLIAM SCI-IUPPERT, Pharmacy . Croydon, Ind. Am. Pharmaceutical Association RAYMOND L. SCI-IURECK, Pharmacy . . Louisville Rho Chi, Phi Delta Chi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association LLOYD S. SCHUSTER, Commerce . Elizabethtown Zeta Beta Tau, Hardin County Club EUGENE D. SCOTT, Ag.tQ Home Ec . . Lexington Sigma Chi, Dairy Club NANCY RENE SCOTT, Ag.8r Home Ec . Sacramento 4-H Club, Home Ee. Club, YWCA CHARLES K. SCROGGINS, Commerce . Louisville Phi Delta Theta, treasurer, president, Interfraternity Council FRANK BLAIR SEAMAN, A.8z S. . . . Park Hills lgiqipa Alpha, president, Interfrateruity Council, Veterans lll DOROTHY JANE SEATH, Ag.8z Home Ee . Lexington Delta Zeta- Mortar Board, Phi Upsilon Omieron, YWCA, Outing Club, Home Ee Club, Westminster Fellowship, WAA MARY ELLEN SEBASTIAN, Education . . . Canoe Glee Club, FTA IVILLIAM E. SELL, JR., Engineering . . Princeton AIEE 5 6. 7. HARVEY P. SELNVITZ, Education .... Hardin Patterson Literary Society, Wesley Foundation, FTA KENNETH SENIOR, Engineering . Newtonville, Mass. ASME MARY ELLEN SENIOR, Ag.6z Ilome Ee . Lexington JAMES A. SHAFFER, Ag.Bz Home Ee . . Hcnshaw Alpha Gannna Rho, Suky, Livestock Judging Team, Meats Judging Team MARGARET E. SHAFFER, Alt S. . . llodgenville Chi Delta Phi, secretary, English Club, Cosmopolitan Club, WBKY BARBARA SHANKLIN, Education, Ft. Meyers, Fla. Kappa Kappa Gauuna, House Presidents Council, YWCA, League of Women Voters BONNIE JEAN SIIARP, Education . . Georgetown Chi Omega, WAA, FTA CIIARLES LEE SHARPE, Commerce . . Danville Sigma Phi Epsilon FERALDINE SHEETS, Education .... Ashland Kappa Delta, Glee Club, College Chamber of Commerce STEVE SI-IELTON, A.64 S. .... . Phi Kappa Tau, YMCA RONALD E. SHIFLET, Commerce . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, president DORSA ALLAN SIIOCKEY, Engineerin Eta Kappa Nu JOSEPH M. SHOEMAKER, Pharmacy . Am. Pharmaceutical Association, Kappa Psi Olive Ilill Louisville LaGrange Louisville PATRICIA ANN SHORT, Education . Lexington YWCA, Dutch Lunch, FTA JAMES D. SIGLER, Agxk llomeEc . Corydon Pi Kappa Alpha IIOVVARD J. SIEGEL, Engineering . Elizabeth, N.J. AIME, KMI WVYNDON EUGENE SILAS, Engineering . Lexington AIME, KMI ANNETTE SILER, A.8z S. ..... lfVlllllllTlSl7ll1'g Alpha Xi Delta, vice-president, Phi Beta, secretary, Mortar Board, Panhellenie Council, White Math Club, League of Women Voters, Westminster Fellowship, Young Republi- cans Club, U.K. Chorus, WAA Council, Alma Magna Mater, Mortar Board Scholarship Plaque, Student Union Commit- tee, Dutch Lunch Club, Elizabeth Waddy Scholarship, Chi Delta Phi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Beta Kappa IIENRY COLLIER SIMPSON, Education . Lexington Sigma Phi Epsilon, FTA IIENRY W. SIMPSON, Engineering . . . Lexington Pershing Rifles, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu THOMAS EDWVIN SIMPSON, A.8z S. . Central City Alpha Tau Omega f 15 77 . gf. po , t ,S NP ' .t 343 l. fl 4. 8. JAMES T. SIMS, Pharmacy ...... Louisville Am. 1'harmaeeutieal Association, Kappa Psi GILBERT L. SIRIA, Commerce . . . Madisonville Sigma Nu, Art Club, YMCA, Student Union Committee, Men's Clee Club, Mixed Chorus ROY HARTZELL SKEENS, Commerce . . . Elkton HENRY C. SLINKER, Ag.eSi Home Ee . Sulphur NVells EZRA DONALD SLONE, Engineering . . llindman ORVILLE XVILSON SLONE, Engineering . Ashland WOODROW SLONE, Ag.6z Home Ee . Mouth Card CHARLES E. SMITH, Commerce . . . Louisville Phi Kappa Tau CIIARLES R. SMITH, Engineering . . . Earlington Engineering Student Council DOROTHY E. SMITH, Education . . . Owensboro FTA, YWCA, WAA GORDON M. SMITH, Commerce . . . Lexington Sigma Chi IIELEN LOUISE SMITH, AJS: S. . . . Owensboro Baeteriological Society, president, NVAA, YNVCA, Mortar Board Scholarship Plaque IIOVVARD E. SMITH, Engineering . . . Ashland ASCE LINDA ANDERSON SMITH, A151 S. . . Georgetown Chi Omega, president, League ol' Women Voters, English Club, Koilee Klub, SGA, Young Democrats Club, Pan- hellenic Council, secretary LUSTER G. SMITH, Law ....... Harlan Phi Delta Phi, SGA, Student liar Association, Young Demo- crats Club, Newman Club OLLIE J. SMITH, Engineering . . . Anderson, Ind. RALPH EDYVARD SMITH, Commerce . . . Corbin Alpha Tau Omega, treasurer SAMUEL SMITH, Law ...... Lexington Phi Delta Phi TOM ROGER SMITH, Engineering . . . Lexington Sigma Chi, Alpha Phi Omega, president WVILLIAM LEWVIS SMITH, Commerce . . Hiseville YVONNE SMITH, Education .... Douglas, Ga. YWCA 4. PAUL NELSON SMOOT, Commerce . . Lexington YMCA, Veterans Club 45 NY 1 4. 344 6. 7. JACK RAMSEY SNOXV, JR., A.8i S. .... Fulton Pryor Pre-Med HENRY B. SOHMER, Commerce . . Boston, Mass. Zeta Beta Tau, vice president, Hillel Foundation THOMAS B. SPAIN, JR., Law . . . Madisonville Sigma Nu, secretary, Phi Delta Phi, Kentuekian, YMCA, Student Bar Association HENRY S. SPALDING, Education . . . Bardstown Newman Club RICHARD D. SPAULDING, Ag.tQ Home Ec . Hazard Alpha Phi Omega, Clee Club CLIFFORD ll. SPECIIT, JR., Pharmacy . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association JOAN NANCY SPECHT, Aix .... Lexington RICHARD LOUIS SPELLMAN, A.8i S. . . Lexington White Math Club NVILLIAM STAHEL SPILMAN, Aix S. . . Versailles Kappa Alpha, Keys, Canterbury Club, Veterans Club JOHN L. SPINKS, Engineering .... Lexington Triangle, ASME BETTY LEE SPRAGENS, Law . .... Lebanon Boyd Ilall, president, Pitkin Club, president, Cwens, Stu- dent Bar Association, Rutledge Law Club, secretary RALPH G. SPROSTON, JR., Engr. . South Bend, Ind. Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Alpha Phi Omega, AIEE, IRE PAUL H. STADELMAN, Aix S. . . . Hopkinsville NVALKER L. STAFFORD, Ag.t4zllome Ec . NVorthville LUCILLE STAPLETON, Education . . . Langley ROBERT G. STAPLETON, Engineering . . Langley IRVINE PHELPS STAPP, JR., Aix S. . . Lexington Kappa Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, pl'esident . . Lancaster NVILLIAM D. STAPP, Commerce . Veterans Club ANDRENV PAUL STEELY, Commerce . . Sigma Phi Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi, Patterson Literary So- ciety, 240 Committee . Corbin JACK EXVING STEEN, Engineering . Rowling Green JACK W. STEERS, Commerce . Parkersburg, XV.Va. 1 Phi Mu Alpha, treasurer, Band, Orchestra OTHA VICTOR STEGER, Ag.t5z Home Ee . Dry Ridge ROBERT F. STEPHENS, Law .... Covington Delta Tau Delta, Phi Delta Phi, Ky. Law Journal, Student Bar Association, vice-president, Young Democrats Clubi Northern Ky. Club, Harlan Law Club ANNA P. STEPHENSON, Education . . . Walton FTA, Bacteriology Society, YWCA, Clee Club N CLELL STEWART, Engineering . . Mount Sterling JAMES B. STENVART, Engineering . . . Paducah Kappa Sigma, Scahbard and Blade OMER L. STIKELEATIIER, Commerce . Leitehfield Alpha Sigma Phi, Alpha Phi Omega, president, WeSlt'Y Foundation, Veterans .lub , 4 .,. 'Qg xV5 5 -C ' ,, 1 1 W 6 s E R ' gg , 424 . - '41 2 A 5 m in mr. Gy M sz Q, sl A ' A ffffi V. Yi 1 . Nik rw f3'P'f'f W' wr- 4 .H .A I ,. A fx Q - , , 5' 'J W ' 1. aa.. xl- R A , , i ' ff," ,,,..., It ' F W f w x , '1 x D an ,Q 5 Q 4 ,g t- A fi' A ,, . , xg- 3? :, 0 . 'Y ' . 5 . , ' 9 4 " Q 1 1 -4. , Y ,qw gap, .,,.. , ff x ' :,. , b 345 S E N I 0 R S 'x 6 g "" f E fs 74' gp M 62 ,ar a A 4: YM if W ,gtg .:,.: Il :,. Af: qw, ,QM ' K I -3' W' P1 I vw E gl Q., r Ami A 5 M Q A J 1l - I T M Alix 'W'-' Or 7 f M BETTY ANN STOLL, A.6r S. .... Morganfield Kappa Alpha Theta, YWCA, League of Women Voters RICHARD M. STOLL, Commerce . . . Georgetown Pi Kappa Alpha GEORGE R. STONE, Education . Portsmouth, Ohio Guignol, FTA ROY E. STONE, Commerce . . . . Owensboro Sigma Phi Epsilon SGA, Suky, Block and Bridle, 4-H Club R. H. STONE, Pharmacy ..... Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Society, Kappa Psi CHARLES STRAUB, JR., Education . . . London JOIIN SHELBY STREET, Ag.84 Home Ec . . Cadiz Alpha Gamma Rho HAROLD MASON STREETS, Law . Drakesboro Phi Alpha Delta PAUL STRICKLAND, Commerce .... Barlow ELIZABETH JANE STRICKLER, A.6z S. . Rocklield Alpha Delta Pi, vice-president, Bacteriology Society EDVVARD WV. STROUBE, Ag.6z Home Ee . Oak Grove Alpha Gamma Rho, vice- resident, Alpha Zeta, treasurer, LORAN Il. STRUNK, Engineering .... Strunk MAZEL Il. STUMBO, Education .... McDowell JOHN XVILLIAM SUBLETT, Law . . . Owensboro Phi Alpha Delta, Ky. Law Journal HAROLD T. SUTI--IERLAND, Pharmacy . Louisville Am. Pharmaceutical Association ROBERT LEE SULT, Commerce . . Pocahontas, Va. Sigma Nu, Kentuckian, Wesley Foundation JACK VV, SUTTLES, A.8z S. ....... Corbin YMCA, Arnold Air Society HARRY S. SUTTON, JR., Engineering . Owensboro ASCE PAUL SUTTON, Ag.8z Home Ee . . . Hopkinsville Tau Kappa Epsilon ROBERT PAUL SXVIETERMAN, A.1SzS. . Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha, Pershing Rifles, Phalanx, Pryor Pre-Med, Newman Club MARGERY JEAN SWVINT, AJS: S. . . Fostoria, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta, Bacteriological Society, Newman Club THOMAS EDVVARD TABB, Commerce . . . Dover Sigma Chi, Varsity Baseball EDDIE EUGENE TACKETT, A.6, S. . Prestonsburg Lambda Chi Alpha, Glce Club, Kernel ROSA MASON TALBERT, Education . . Lexington Kappa Kappa Gamma, YWCA ROSCOE TARTER, Law ..... Russell Springs Phi Delta Phi ARNOLD G. TAYLOR, Ag.8z Ilome Ee . Henderson Alpha Gamma Rho' Block and Bridle, president, 4-H Club, vice-president, Wesley Foundation, Outing Club DANIEL TIIOMAS TAYLOR III, Law . . Buechell Phi Delta Theta, Student Bar Association DUDLEY II. TAYLOR JR., Pharmacy . . Louisville Am. Pharniaceuticul Association, Kappa Psi 5. ERNEST RHODES TAYLOR, Engineering . Hartford ASME JAMES PARKER TAYLOR, Commerce . . Somerset VVAITMAN TAYLOR, Commerce . . . Lewisport Kappa Sigma, Arnold Air Society, Seabbard and Blade ROBERT W. TEATER, Ag.6z Home Ec . Nicholasville Alpha Zeta, Farm House, Phi Eta Sigma, Seabbard and Blade, Pershing Rifles, Rifle Team SYLVIA JEAN TEMPEST, AJS: S. . . Evanston, Ill. Phi Beta, Orchestra, Canterbury Club, lnterdorm Council RICHARD K. TEMPLE, Ag.6z Home Ee . Lewisport A. G. THARP, A.8z S. . ...... Franklintown Pershing Rifles, Seabbard and Blade, Alpha Chi Sigma 6. JOHN VV. TllARP, Commerce . . Indianapolis, Ind. 7. Delta Tau Delta, YMCA LILLIAN THATCI-IER, Ag.8, Home Ee . Alexandria Band, YWCA, Home Ee. Cluh KENNETH ROSS THOMAS, Commerce . NVinchester Baptist Student Union ERTLE THOMPSON, A.8z S. .... Feds Creek Pryor Pre-Med Society RICHARD W. THOMPSON, Commerce , Ft. Thomas Sigma Nu, YMCA RODNEY J. TIIOMPSON, Law .... WVinchcster Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Association RANDALL BLAIR THORP, Engineering . Lexington Sigma Chi, Guignol, ASME, YMCA JOHN M. THRELKELD, Engineering . Williamstown HUI LI TIAO, Engineering . . . Tsingtao, China ASME CARROLL TICHENOR, Ag.6z Home Ee . Centertown BSU, council, Interfaith Council LEE T. TICHENOR, Engineering . . . Owensboro Seabbard and Blade, ASME ROBERT TICHENOR, Commerce .... Paducah Phi Sigma Kappa, YMCA VIRGINIA M. TILTON, Ag.6z Home Ec . Lexington Kappa Kappa Gamma HAYDEN TIMMONS, Ag.8z Home Ee . Alpha Zeta, Seabbard and Blade, Arnold Air Society . Slaughters f" T 'Nr ' 340 ,. Q1 4' I Q hx All 347 MARGARET TOMS, Ah S. ..... Mt. Sterling Kappa Alpha Theta, YWCA, Canterbury Club STEPHEN T. TOPOR, Engineering . Buffalo, N.Y. Golf Team, ASME, Newman Club ROBERT G. TOWNSEND, JR., Aix . . Grayson Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pryor Pre-Med ED TREBOLO, Engineering . . . . Lexington ASCE YVILLIAM J. TRENT, Engineering . . Louisville Alpha Chi Sigma, ASME, AIME CALVIN C. TRUITT, Ag.8z IlomeEc . . Lexington RAY EDXVIN TUCKER, Ag.8z llome Ee . . Somerset BSU ROBERT ELMO TUTTLE, Commerce . . Raceland Theta Xi, Band JANE ELLEN TYE, A.8t S. ...... Lexington CHARLES TYROLER, AJS: S. . liar Rockaway, N.Y. Zeta Beta Tau, Kentuckian, managing editor, assistant man- aging editor, Phalanx, Track Team Manager, Alpha Phi gin:-ga, Hillel l"onndation, WBKY, Ilenry Wattersou Press ui NVILLIAM A. USHER, Commerce .... Mayfield Delta 'l'au Delta, Pershing Rilles, College Chamber of Com- merce, Arnold Air Society WVILLIAM B. VALENTINE. Engineering . Covington Student Union Committee, IRE JAMES VAN ARSDALL, Comme1'ee . Cincinnati, O. BEN M. VAN BEBER, JR., Engineering . . Corbin Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma MILDRED LEE VANCE, Education . . Lexington Troupers, Tau Sigma, Phi Beta, FTA, WVAA CHARLES VAN NVINKLE, Engineering . Louisville ASCE NVILLIAM YORK VARNEY, Ag.84 Home Ee . . . . . . Williamson, NV.Va. BETTY JO VAUGHAN, Education . . Logan, NV.Va. Alpha Xi Delta, Troupers, FTA, YWCA, I-louse Presidents Council, WAA, Student Union Committee JOYCE VAUGIIN, Ag.6z Home Ec . . . Georgetown WAA, Swimming Club ROBERT D. VAUGHN, Commerce . . . . Corbin GROVER W. VICKERS, Commerce . . Gray llawk BSU ROBERT LEE VINES, Engineering . . . Millford Alpha Tan Omega, AIME, secretary, KMI D . f' A Cf? f .r fs if 1, 348 5 6. 7. ALBERT C. NVAGERS, Engineering .... Ilazarcl KMI RONALD PAYNE NVALKER, Engineering . . Louisa Phi Sigma Kappa, Veterans Club, WBKY, AIEE, White Math Club, 240 Committee, Ky. Engineer, Young Demo- crats Club, BSU XVILLIAM KING XVALKER, Commerce . . Ravenna EVA FLORINE NVALSll, A.tQ S. . Middletown, Ohio Zeta Tau Alpha, president, Panhellenie Council, Koltee Klub, League of Women Voters, YWCA, Young Republican Club, Social Work Club NVILLIAM T. NVALTERS, Engineering . . Lexington DOROTIIY NVALTIIALL, Engineering . llorse Cave Alpha Delta Pi, Tau Sigma, WVAA, Student Union Com- mittee CIIARLES IIAYNES NVARD, Engineering . llartlord Eta Kappa Nu, treasurer, AIEE JAMES R. WVARD, Ag.eSr Ilome Ee . . . Central City DONALD K. NVARE, Pharmacy .... Louisville Kappa Psi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association SIIERMAN GAYLE NVARNER, A.tlz S. . Georgetown Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Keys, Alpha Chi Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa JEAN BRENT NVARREN, Aix S. . . . i . Lexington Delta Delta Delta, Suky, Panhellenic, English Club, YWCA, Canterbury Club, League ot' Women Voters, Dutch Lunch KARL JOIIN NVARREN, A.84 S. . . . Ithaca, N.Y. Kappa Sigma, vice-president PllYLLIS YVARREN, A.tQ S. ..... Bristol, Va. Kappa Delta, WAA, Bacteriology Society JOSEPII F. NVATIIEN, Engineering . Elizabethtown Kappa Sigma, ASME, Newman Club llAYDEN WVATKINS, Ag.8r Home Ec .... Tuttle NANCY NVATLINGTON, Ag.6r llome Ee . . Paris Zeta Tau Alpha, YWCA, Home Ee. Club CHARLOTTE J. WVATSON, Education . . Lexington Alpha Xi Delta, Panhcllenic Council, WAA Council, Tau . igma EMMETT R. NVATSON, Education . . . Greenup FTA IIAROLD E. NVATSON, Ag.6z llomc Ec . Georgetown IIENRY NVATSON, JR., Law .... Mt. Sterling Phi Delta Phi, vice-president, Phi Eta Sigma, Mt-Reynolds Law Club, Student Bar Association RICHARD WVATSON, Ag.84 llome Ee . Arlington, Va. Alpha Gamma Rho' Horticulture Club, president, 4-II Club, Block and Bridle, Alpha Zeta, Canterbury Club CLARENCE LEE VVATT, Law . Charleston, WV.Vil- Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Association GENE TUNEY NVATTS, Alt S. . . . Spider KATIIRYN MAE NVEBER, Alt S. .... Frankfort Delta Zeta, Chi Delta Phi, BSU, WAA, Philosophy Club, YWCA JAMES R. WEDDING, Ag.tQ llomc Ee . . Fordsville GUY E. WEEKS, JR., A.6z S. .... Savannah, Ga- Pershing Rifles, Scabbnrd and Blade, Track JOIIN BERNARD NVEIIRLE, JR., A.6z S. . Midway Newman Club S E N I O R S A sf 6? 1 x . gn 'U .fn E, bi 0 9 , ,, Y, 'F' , 0 f 6 .1 'Q 1.4 AA. , , 5 'iv 33. X WF ,qw nv- - a- qc: 1 su A 1'- h 6 . ,, Vg H 1 le W XA . . -V A Q 3 4. 349 S E N I O R S -1 x,M v. -f av- C' f Ab- 4 ' X A-A 01 .nv 9 A J te ww An v 6 g . A A X Y ' x " ' ,V 5 if 'P R J ' f S .I , r ,. 6 ng' ' N .1 -I kliv V FJ, K , V mx MG M. 1 Q. ,f W4 f -' 3 , A X F Q un W 4 W ,' -ov 5 T , N 'A a 'A x Q 4 ' 1 X , -,el 1' Z if K ,xv , , wgygiq L2 14" ' qxgwgn -1 A n f wx, f . XVILLA DEANNE NVILSON, Education . . London ARTIIUR F. WEINBERG, Ak S. . . . Lexington Zeta Beta Tau, historian, Kernel, advertising manager, Hillel Foundation JOHN D. WVELCH, Law ..... Smiths Grove Phi Alpha Delta GEORGE MORTON WELLER, Aix S. . Owensboro Phi Beta Kap a- Phi Eta Sigma, Psychology Club, Art Club, Men's Glee Cqub, Band JAMES DOUGLAS WELLS, Ag.fSz Home Ee . Auxicr NVILLIAM LLOYD NVELLS, Ag.6, Home Ee . Auxier CHARLES B. VVEST, Ag.tQ1lomcEc . . Henderson Alpha Zeta EUGENE M. WEST, Engineering . . . VVilliamsburg Engineering Student Council KENNETH KEITH YVEST, Aix S. . . . Lexington Sigma Nu MARY JANE NVEST, A.6z S. ..... Louisville Kappa Kappa Gamma, Koifee Kluh, YWCA MARY JO WEST, Commerce ..... Lexington Alpha Delta Pi NANCY WILLIAMS YVEST, Education . Lexington YWCA, YWCA Cabinet, Suky, Dutch Lunch Disciples Stu- dent Fellowship, FTA XVILLIAM BURTON NVEST, Aix S. . . Henderson White Math Club JOHN M. NVEST FALL, Engineering . . . Versailles KMI, Sigma. Gamma Epsilon CLAUDE E. VVHEELER, AJS: S. . . . Lexington Radio Arts LESLIE THOMAS YVIIISMAN, CUIIIIIICYCC . Jackson Varsity Baseball, K Club CLARENCE WHITE, JR., Engr. . . Memphis, Tenn. Pi Tau Sigma CAREY LEE WHITE, Engineering . . lVcst Irvine ASCE KYLE R. NVIIITE, Engineering . Huntington, NV.Va. ASME RUTH ADAMS NVIIITE, Alt S. . . NValceiield, Mass. Phi Beta, Orchestra, Cosmopolitan Club XVILLIAM VVHITEHOUSE, JR., Com. . Melbourne Phi Sigma Kappa, secretary MQELWYN VVHITEKER, Ag.8z Home Ee . Cynthiana 4-II Club IIOWVARD C. XVHITEKETTLE, JR., Engineering . . . Huntington, W.Va. AIEE, secretary-treasurer, Ky. Engineer, assistant editor KATHERYN WHITMER, A.8z S. . . . Sacramento Theta Sigma Phi, president, Kernel, assistant news editor, Vague, advertising manager, Kentuckian, associate editor, FTA, English Club, League of Women Voters- YWCA, Westminster Fellowship, Women's Administrative Council ANNA MARION WIESMAN, Education . Owensboro FTA, president, White Math Club, secretary, treasurer LAWRENCE G. WILBERS, Engineering . Covington Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma GILLIS HARDING WVILDER, Engineering . Walden JAMES BENTON WILKINSON, AJS: S. . Lexington BERNARD A. II. WILLETT, Engr. . . Morganiield Pi Tau Sigma. president, Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Student Council, ASME, Phi Eta Sigma 5. DANIEL F. WILLIAMS, Ag.eSz Home Ee . Henderson BSU, Veteran's Club GUY VV. VVILLIAMS, JR., Agak Home Ee . . Cecilia 4-H Club, Block and Bridle, Hardin County Club JACKSON NVILLIAMS, Ag.6z Home Ee . Scottsville JESSE E. NVILLIAMS, JR., Connnerce . . . Corbin Sigma Phi Epsilon, Glec Club JAMES VVILLIAM XVILLIS, Engineering . Millwood OMAR Il. XVILLIS, Commerce ..... Paducah THOMAS C. NVILLIS, Pharmacy .... Louisville Kappa Psi, Am. Pharmaceutical Association 6. CHARLES Il. NVILLS, Ag.6z Home Ee . Mt. Sterling Alpha Gamma Rho, Baud, Track, 4-H Club, Horticulture Club, Pershing Rifies CHARLES DONALD WVILSON, Connnerce . Ludlow DAVID S. IVILSON, Engineering . . . Lexington Kappa Alpha, Pi Tau Sigma, Rifle Team, ASME LOIS ENFIELD WILSON, Education . . Lexington FTA, Tau Sigma, Troupers, PE Club MARGARET NVILSON, Commerce . Middletown, O. YWCA Cabinet, treasurer, Pitkin Club, Mortar Board, kyestinilrster Fellowship, Jewell Hall, vice-president, Wesley 'Kllllll il lllll RALPII ONVEN NVILSON II, Ak S. . Evansville, Ill. Delta Chi, treasurer, Alpha Phi Omega, Alma Magna Mater Gamma Delta, YWCA, League of Women Vutcrs, 7. LOUIS XV. NVITIIERS, Engineering . . . LaGrange Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, ASME ROBERT NVITT, JR., Engineering . . . Lexington RICIIARD I. XVOIILSTEIN, Commerce . Bronx, N.Y. Tau Kappa Epsilon, secretary, vice-president, Interfraternity Council, Troopers, Varsity Fencing, Glec Club, Hillel Foun- dation, WBKY, Kernel ALVAH R. NVOOD, Agile Home Ee . . Providence 4-II Club, YMCA - LEONARD E. VVOOD, Ak S. .... Elwood, Ind. Pi Kappa Alpha MATTIE MCINTYRE XVOOD, A.N S. . . Millersburg Chi Omega, YWCA ROBERT J. WOOD, Engineering . . Brooklyn, N.Y. ASCE, Newman Club F- f 300915580 KUXII1, 0 V+ : : , ci: T 9 1Q5 fu I I l X X . s 1 if g 7 r I r. 4 9 - K I c m:- 'ruuvc -'rr-4: sums L " 351 Us , , ,Whig Nyc.: J 'I A sh. J. 1 A 4' me f f 6 I' 3' .,..,, ROBERT CLINTON VVOODFORD, Commerce . . . . St. Albans, W.Va. MAMIE STIVERS NVOODFORD, Education . Paris Alpha Xi Deltag WAAQ YWCA LEVVIS C. VVOODS, JR., Education . llarrodsburg Phi Sigma Kappa CHARLES E. VVOODNVARD, Comlneree . Mays Lick Sigma Chig Pitkin Clulmg YMCAg Phalanx OIJUS CLAY WOOLUM, Ag.8z Home Ee . Crane Nest ANSEL AUSTIN XVORLEY, A.Ev S. . . . Louisville DALE WVRIGHT, Alt S. .... . Carrollton IIUBERT C. NVRIGHT, Commerce . . . Paducah Kappa Sigmag College Chamber of Commerce 352 1 'L J. x JANE ATCHINSON NVYA'l"l', Education . Lexington Delta Delta Delta MICHAEL F. YACKOVVSKY, Engr. . Elizabeth, N.,l. Tau Kappa Epsilon, vice-presiclentg Alpha Phi Ona-gag Var- sity Fencing Team, AIEEQ IRE ,IULIE FRANCES YAGER, Education . . lfrankllort Kappa Kappa Gammag League of Women Von-rsg VVAA: E'I'Ag YWCA NVOODFORD YANKEE, Ali: S. . Phi Sigma Kappag 240 Committee . . Calhoun AGNES YATES, Ag.8z Home Ee .... Lexington CHARLES E. YOUNG, Engineering . . Earlington Phi Kappa Tang ASCEQ Veterans Cluh IIAROLD YOUNG, Engineering . Iluntiugton, xV.Vil- ASME LAURA JANE YOUNG, Ag.6zHome Ee . LouisvillC giiikgg Home Ee. Cluhg 4-H Clubg Block and Bridleg Glvl' ll MARY LILLARD YOUNG, A.6: S. . . . Lexington Chi Omega, YWCAg League of Women Votersg Alma Mallml Mater WILLIAM WARD ZOELLERS, Engineering . Hazard LEONARD ZUCKERMAN, A.fSz S. . . Brooklyn, N.Y- I Zeta Beta Tau, treasurerg Student Union Activities Commit- teeg Hillel Foundation: lZFAg International Relations Clllll lin illlvmnriam . . . HENRY T. I-IARDIN Sebmcx, Kentucky JACK K. CQTTENGIM VVincl1cs'tc1', Kentucky Wfzbn of the Future juniors . . . . only one more year of college life .... Pfepaflllg l0Y t0lTl0YTOW. 5 E f nf U N I l - w 0 R S x ,A ,uf K. Mr .Mx N' Q Qmx H Q n N ar, .' iw 'K ' hiv Lxen 1 21-- 311 f , . 2 m ' 1 1 , .4- L4 A Wjwy, ' . 4 YN- ,I lg-'Jf V ,. Q tl' VM. A 'L f " 9,5 f N mi' , .:,- 'a x 5, :fi A ff: -.f Q wk P ff 'S' 1:-Y, .x-:Aff I J' ' 5 3? 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Logansport DONALD LEIGH ARMSTRONG, Aix S. . Henderson CAROLYN ARRINGTON, Aix S. . . . Grundy, Va. JAMES NV. ATKINS, JR., Ag.8z Home Ec . Lexington Sigma Nu FRANK NV. ATKINSON, Engineering . Hopkinsville NE GEORGE AUEN, Commerce . . Paducah EUGE - ' Pi Kappa Alpha FREDERICK B. AUGSBURG, Education . Lexington Kappa Alpha ELMER LEE BAKER, Aix S. . . . . . Corbin Alpha Tau Omega EVELYN LOUISE BAKER, Commerce . . Lexington Alpha Delta Pi PATTY SUE BAKER, Commerce . . Lexington JOIIN T. BALLANTINE, Aix S. . . Louisville Delta Tau Delta OPAL RAY BALLOU, A.8c S. . . Harrodsburg HARRY ALEX BANKS, Education Prestonsburg Phi Sigma Kappa HUGH BARBER, Commerce . . . Russellville Sigma Nu FRANK E. BARNETT, Engineering . . Earlington Phi Kappa Tau JANE BARTLETT, Education , , , . Owensboro Kappa Alpha Theta 5. 6. 7. HELEN S. BAT TE, Education .... Cynthiana DON RICHARD BATTEN, Engineering . . Pikeville Alpha Tan Omega GEORGE DAVID BERE, A.6z S. . Jeffersonville, Ind. Sigma Nu BEATRICE BERGMANN, A.8z S. . Mt. Vernon, N.Y. MARVIN BERRY, Pharmacy ..... Louisville CAROLINE E. BICKEL, Education . . Jeffersontown Kappa Kappa Gamma ELEANOR BIRK, Education . . . Owensboro MARY JO BISIIOP, A141 S. . . . Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta LESLIE L. BIVIN, Pharmacy . . . . Louisville JAMES R. BLACKWELL, Commerce Madisonville Phi Sigma Kappa BETTY BLAKE, Commerce . . . Carlisle Kappa Alpha Theta ROBERT M. BLAKE, A454 S. . . . . Paris ZEB BLANKENSHIP, Education . . . . Praise Phi Sigma Kappa EDMUND BRUCE BLYTHE, Ah S. . Louisville Sigma Na . . .Stearns JOAN BOBBITT, Ag.6z Home Ee . . Alpha Xi Delta ARTHUR BODNAR, Ag8zlIomeEc . NVashington, D.C. Beta Sigma Rho JAMES EDVVARD BOGGESS, Commerce . Grayson Phi Kappa Tau SUMNER BORTMAN, A.8z S. . . Dorchester, Mass. Tau Kappa Epsilon NVILLIAM O. BOLES, Commerce . . . Lexington Phi Kappa Tau CIIARLES M. BOONE, Aglx Home Ee . . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon SARA LYNN BOONE, Education . Alpha Delta Pi . . Stanford OFFICE OF' DEAN .fin I 53 4 is 357 LESLIE A. BOTELER, A144 East Crconwich, R.I. Chi Omega BETTY BUSII BOTTS, Commerce . Chi Omega JEAN BOUCIIY, Engineering . . Tau Kappa Epsilon BETTY BOWVER, AA S. . Kappa Kappa Gamma ANELLEN STARR BONVNE, ANS Delta Zeta NANCY BRADFORD, AR S. . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma MARGARET BRANNON, Agfa Home Kappa Alpha Theta EUGENE BRASHEAR, Engineering JOHN H. BRAZZELL, Pharmacy . . EUGENE BREWVER, Ag.64 Home Ee NANCY JEAN BRIGHT, AA S. . Kappa Kappa Gamma SALLIE ANNE BROADUS, Ak S. . Zeta 'l'au Alpha JOE IIAROLD BROOKS, Commerce . lntllllltltt Chi Alpha . . XVinchcstcr . .Dayton Flemiagslairg . . Lexington . Lexington Ee . Owensboro . . . Hazard . . Louisville Newcastle, Ky. . . Lexington . . Louisville . Catlettslmurg ANNE K. BROXVN, A.8a S. . . . Charlottesville, Va. 5. 7. HERBERT BROXVN, Agik Home Ee . . South lrvino I Alpha Gannna Rho RAYMOND G. BROXVN, Coanneree . . Madisonville Sigma Nu R. L. BROWVN, JR., Commerce . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . xVlllltlll1SlJlll'jL ELIZABETH RIDGELY BRYANT, AA S. . Louisville Kappa Alpha Theta IIAROLD H. BUCKLES, Agak Home Ee . XVhito Mills Farm Ilouse MARY JO BUIE, A.8z S. .... . Delta Delta Delta GEORGE BURKE, Engineering . . Delta Tau Della CLARABELL BURKHART, AJS: S. Zeta Tau Alpha ,. ,. Q v 'S I X 3 .uhh nwglilf Y H., 358 . Madisonville . .Danville . . Newport 7 JACK EDVVIN BURNETT, Engineering Lamhcla Chi Alpha GLENN T. BURNS, Ag.64HomeEe . Alpha Gamma Rho BENJAMIN R. BUSH, Pharmacy . . CHARLES A. BUTLER, Pharmacy . . KENT DRANE BU'I"l'ON, A.5c S. . . . Delta Tau Delta GEREN FRANKLIN BYBEE, A.84 . Sigma Phi Epsilon DONNIE REECE BYRD, AA S. . . Alpha Delta Pi KENNETH D. CALVERT, Pliarlnaey . EMILY CAMPBELL, AA S. . . . . Chi Omega Ironton, O. Owensboro . Louisville . Louisville . Lexington . Columbia . Loxiugtou . Louisville . Frankliort FORREST CAMPBELL, AAS: S. . Elizahethtoa, Tenn. Delta Chi EUGENE PAUL CANNON, Comineree Lanilnla Chi Alpha LORETTA CARROLL, AJS S. . . ANN G. CARSON, AN . Kappa Alpha 'liheta JAMES L. CARSON, Ag.tQHomeEe . Kappa Alpha JAMES L. CARTER, JR., Engineering . Kappa Sigma MARIE G. CASLICK, Education . . Alpha Xi Delta GAYLORD R. CASNVELL, Agik Home Et Delta Tau Della FREDERICK CAUDILL, Education . . ROBERT M. CAUDILL, Commerce . Kappa Alpha ROBERT C. CAYCE, Commerce , . . Sigma Nu . . Ashland . Lexington . Paducah . Stanford . . Fulton . . Paris ' . . Carlisle . Gorcmiah . Shelbyville Hopkinsville NVILLIAM D. CHAMBERS, JR., Ag.eS4 Home Ee . . NVILLIAM S. CHANCE, Pharniaey . . MARY S. CHAPPELL, Commerce . . Delta Delta Delta MARY JO CHASE, Commerce . . . Kappa Alpha Theta Owcnshoro . Louisville Hoplcinsvillo . Lexington ROBERTA E. CLARICK, A.84 S. . . Elizabeth, N.,l. Tau Alpha Pi ANITA LOUISE CLARK, Education . Alpha Gamma Delta ANNE CAROLYN CLARK, Engineering . Miami, Fla. . Richmond 1 N li 14. R fi. fa., X ? ' if N 1 gr 5 X F1 ,"' 'A ig J . 1 1 5 S s ' 5 ,W tis, 4 f 'A 31.43, A jk U N QP ' 4 GB 4 X 1 'N A, I 0 R S , ,K as ia Q ' . , A 3 !. ,Q E 5: . 5 x x Q, Sf- Q R' "A, Q x f G4 h K F 5,1 xl . .w,,- I Q lg , mg ,A Q .W Qs! ,I 'gay 9 2 Y S 4: .4 , . 4 ll . W T .J A sf ,sf N x 2 if Qs' ,Av W 0 9 5. I I In 3 1 Q., .- Q A I 1 up W , Q ,,...,j A V, ' bf '37 ' A , , wif- 'YI if -f.,, . I ' f 1 '-fgQ.'f, g j Qs gi -. 3 I Q ff V- 5,--1 I, , , 1, X 'D' 'T 49 1 ,g y I 5 360 x - X- I A Af f? -M v 9 K t Y h f 17:6 fix 1 N , gs - if T Vx' P as sz "P A J S' v Q f 1 5 'zz ,.. . 'fl P Y 5 '- ' wa 'fi mf K 6 K . as f ,, ' l 1. 2. 1 4. 3. DORIS ANNE CLARK, Education . . Prestonsburg Alpha Gamma Delta GEORGE L. CLEVELAND, Commerce . Nicholasville Sigma Alpha Epsilon ALLEN C. CLOUD, Ag.84 Home Ee . Valley Station Alpha Gamma Rho THOMAS FRANKLIN COATS, A454 S. . . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon GARMON E. COBURN, AJS: S. . . . . Garrett Sigma Nu SUSAN COFER, Ag.8: Home Ee . . Springfield, Ill. BETTY JEAN COFFEY, Commerce . . Jamestown Alpha Gamma Delta BRUCE LYON COLE, AJS: S. . . . Ashland Sigma Chi DORA 1-IOGE COLEMAN, A.8z S. . . . Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta JANE CLAIRE COLLIER, A454 S. . . Ferriday, La. EDITH A. CONES, Education . . . . Danville Zi-ta Tau Alpha ROBERT R. CONRAD, Pharmacy . . . Louisville KATIIARINE V. COOK, Education . Pittsburgh, Pa. Delta Zeta RUSSELL H. COOK, Engineering . . Portsmouth, O. Alpha Sigma Phi MARY BARNARD COOKE, Ag.6z Home Ee . Island Delta Zeta CLYDE COPELAND, JR., AJS: S. .... Louisville FRED J. COPLIN, Law . . . . Ashland Phi Sigma Kappa ROBERT T. CORUM, Pharmacy .... Louisville G. YOLANDE COULTER, A.6z S. . . . Chicago, lll. Alpha Xi Delta SMILEY E. COURTNEY, Commerce . . Lexington JAMES BERT COX, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Williamsburg JOHN VVESLEY COX, All: S. . . . Chicago, Ill. Tau Kappa Epsilon MARION E. COX, Pharmacy . . . . Louisville MARY EVELYN COX, Education . . . Ashland CHARLES E. COYLE, Commerce . . . Richmond LILLIAN JEAN CRAFT, Commerce . . . Jenkins Alpha Delta Pi JACK A. GRAFTON, Ag.8z Home Ee . . I-Ienderson Alpha Gamma Rho CARYL C. CRAYNE, A354 S, , , , Columbus, Ohio 5. MARTHA SUE CREAL, AA S. .... Frankfort Alpha Gamma Delta GEORGE ROBERT CREEDLE, Law . Oak Park, III. Delta Tau Delta ROBERT BOSLEY CREGOR, Aer S. . . Anchorage Sigma Alpha Epsilon NVILLIAM G. CREWVS, JR., A.84 S. .... Ashland Phi Sigma Kappa JOAN KINKAID CROUSE, AJS: S. . New York, N.Y. Kappa Alpha Theta VVAYNE C. CROWV, A141 S. ..... Beaver Dam Phi Kappa Tau MAE NELL CRUM, Agak llomeEc . . . Pikeville G. CYNTHIA A. CUNNINGHAM, Ag.tQlloau-Ee . . . . . Princeton Alpha Gamma Delta U. K. CUSTRED, Engineering . . Crossville, Tenn. Phi Sigma Kappa JAY RICHARD DANIEL, AK S. .... Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha KENNETH W. DARNELL, Commerce . . Princeton Sigma Phi Epsilon XVILLIAM I. DARTER, JR., Commerce . Olcan, N.Y. Sigma Nu ROBERT H. DAVENPORT, A.mSz S. . . Madisonville Sigma Alpha Epsilon MYLES H. DAVIDSON, Pharmacy . . . Louisville FRED C. DAVIS, Ag.84 Home Ee . . . Madisonville Sigma Alpha Epsilon HAROLD DAVIS, Agile Home Ec . . . Dononshurg Farm House JOYCE ANN DAVIS, A.84 S. ..... Henderson POLLY R. DAY, Commerce . Packanack Lake, N.J. Chi Omega 4 PHYLLIS ELLEN DEAN, A.84 S. .... Lexington NVILLIAM MITCHELL DEEP, Law . . . Lebanon J. WV. DENHAM, Commerce .... Dchue, NV.Va. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ' gn 0 1 S39 PM 63:-U Q C EZ JUST TNlNKj-SOME Dhv wsu Shy MESH HE RL T E UEST YEARS lar oun uvesll 361 DAVID BARROW DICK, A.8c S. . North Middletown Kappa Alpha BETTY JEAN DICKINSON, Education . Cave City CHARLES HUNTER DISHMAN, Aix S. . Louisville Sigma Alpha Epsilon JOE B. DIXON, Ag.8z Home Ee . . . . Fulton GERALD F. DODGE, Engineering . . . Louisville Triangle NANCY MAXINE DOOLITTLE, Education . Ashland Kappa Delta RICHARD M. DORSEY, AAS. . . . Independence Sigma Phi Epsilon ROBERT II. DOUMAS, Commerce . Gaylord, Mich. Delta Chi MARJORIE JEAN DOVER, Education . . Louisville FRANK K. DOXVNING, Ag.6z llome Ee . . Lexington Alpha Gamma Rho LOU ANN DRYMON, Education . . . Lexington Chi Omega CLINE COOPER DUFF, Commerce . . Covington Pi Kappa Alpha JAMES E. DUFFY, Ag.eS4 Ilomc Ec . . Evanston, Ill. Alpha Gamma Rho MARY K. DUKE, Education . . . Nashville, Tenn. Delta Delta Delta BILL JADY DUKES, AJS: S. ..... Central City Alpha Tau Omega AUBURN B. DUNCAN, Pharmacy . . . Louisville JAMES V. DUNCAN, JR., Commerce . Hopkinsville Sig liial Alpha Epsilon JOE NV. DUNCAN, Pharmacy ..... Louisville JOHN NVOOD DUNCAN, Ag.6z llome Ee . Kuttawa YVILFRED l'I. DUNCAN, JR., Pharmacy . Louisville JACK XV. DUNN, Engineering ..... Eddyville CIIARLES DUVALL, JR., Ag.t44IIome Ee Smithfield Farm House W rn 61. . B, X: s A' !ld x1 , 1. U ' , ' 0,0 oo I. ll 'S f 5, 362 5. 6. 7. EUGENE V. ELDER, JR., A.6z S. . Washington, D.C. Alpha Tau Omega BENJAMIN JAMES ELKIN, Commerce . Lexington Delta Tau Delta GEORGE C. ELLIOT, Pharmacy .... Louisville CLENET REED ELLIS, Alt S. . . Lexington Kappa Alpha ROY ELLIS, JR., Education ..... Maysville SHIRLEY ANNE ELLIS, Education . Camphellsville Delta Delta Delta TRACY ll. ELLSNVORTI1, Engineering . Lexington Triangle THOMAS C. ELSWVICK, Commerce . . . Pikeville Alpha Tau Omega TED JOIIN ENGELIIARD, Education . . Bellevue JEAN M. ENNIS, Commerce . . . Millhurn, N.J. Chi Omega MARY POTTER ERRICKSON, Education . Lexington Alpha Gamma Delta EUGENE ESCANOON, Ag.6illomcEe . Rahway, N.,l. PEGGY D. ESENBOCK, Commerce . . . Lexington JAMES R. EVANS, Engineering . . . Flemingshurg Triangle DONALD B. FAIRCI-l1LD, Engineering . . Ashland Triangle GILBERT L. FELTEL, Engineering . . Covington Triangle PAUL E. FENNER, A.6z S. ...... Brooksville BRUCE S. FERGUSON, Ag.84 Ilome Ee . . Union Pi Kappa Alpha CURTE FERGUSON, Agit Home Ee .... Moon JAMES E. FETIIE, Pharmacy ..... Louisville SIDNEY M. FIGA, Pharmacy . . . . Louisville LEONARD FINE, Commerce . . . Brookline, Mass. Zeta Beta Tau RALPH G. FINGERLE, Pharmacy . . . Louisville CAROL JEAN FISCIIER, Ag.tQ Home Ee . Lexington GEORGE FISCIHIER, JR., Engineering . Ft. Thomas Triangle CHARLES NV. FLEMING, A151 S. .... Maysville Phi Sigma Kappa LANE GILES FLEMING, Ali: S. . . . Ashland Tau Kappa Epsilon l X 5 i U N I 0 R I ' 1 . 4 S3 X w , u Q' G 0' Q .A , Y Y ,r ATN Q .9' X A. . 'K 4- ,3 ' 7 .--an Q. -t' ,- ,K ' X1 , 5 :A W X A , h ,N QQ I ,s - I NAA 85.24 if Q E. X X m M13 6 of 4315 is X Rf? If I' ' :yi r,.f 1 , FMR ' fs: 9 L' -Q,21 .1'Lrf'-, Lf ' " mx , J . .Q x I My X A , A I Hmlw F-N wif? Q57 I w an 0' S , .eg Q .X -QM .. 1, f' I Jw? J fit 13 1 U N 6' I O R S G: 1 fi'-' Q .H ' ASA Q I M! gy f m , A 5 ' EM 9 I A 5 Q , In . 1' ' PV- GI' - x 6' f- A95 F' 4' ' if Q Q5 , ' 'A i 6. I! vin " U V K 'Q '- I x b,. v v, f . I, lax I .f 'fa f .-lu I , A ,t , 'v 41 df' ?-f I j ,, ' 1 F Ka AQ Ai , A Q I QA Q . A z xx L 4 NAT IIANIEL FOGLER, Commerce . Savannah, Ga. Zeta Beta Tau ELIZABETII FORD, Ag.6z Home Ee . . Lexington Alpha Gmnma Delta IIORACE FORD, Ag.k IIome Ee .... Franlcfort XVILLIAM E. FOREE, JR., A.64 S. . . Athens, Tenn. Phi Sigma Kappa JOIIN O. FREELAND, JR., Pharmacy . . Louisville JOEL FRISCII, Commerce ..... Newark, N.J. Beta Sigma Rho DAVID M. FRYMIRE, Agk Ilome Ee . Brandenburg Alpha Gamma Rho RICIIARD J. FUCIIS, Ag.Cu1lomeEe . . Crestwood Farm House EDGAR B. GAITHER, Engineering . Bowling Green Alpha Tan Omega PAUL HARVEY GARBER, JR., A.6z S. . Ft. Mitchell Sigma Chi ILA BEATRICE GASKIN, Aix S. . . . Covington Zeta Tun Alpha MARTA J. GEIIRLING, Education . Palm Beach, Fla. Kappa Delta ALICE E. GENTRY, Education .... Bardstown ROY GIEllLS, JR., Ag.6zllomeEc . . . Lexington NEGIA YVONNE GILPIN, Agia lloine Ec . Lehanon Delta Zeta JAMES ONVEN GLASS, Commerce . . . Lexington Phi Kappa Tau NORRIS S. GLENN, Pharmacy .... Louisville JOllN GODFREY, Agnk lIomeEc . VVellesley, Mass. Alpha Gamma Rho BETTY J. GOESSMAN, Commerce . DeWitt, Iowa Alpha Gamma Delta CIIARLES L. GOFF, Agakllome Ee . . llawesville Pi Kappa Alpha NORMAN S. GORDON, Commerce . . Lexington Zeta Beta Tau PAUL A. GORDON, Commerce . . Brooklyn, N.Y. Zeta Beta Tan XVARREN J. GORDONWOOD, Engr. . . Parksville Triangle DOLORES AILEEN GRABER, Education . Ashland Kappa Delta PATRICIA G. GRAI-IAM, Education . NVest Union, O. Delta Zeta NVILLIS B. GRAY, Engineering . . . Center Town Tau Kappa Epsilon R. EMMETT GREENFIELD, Ak S. . . Louisville Pi Kappa Alpha MAYDELLE R. GRIFFIN, Ag.N1lomeEc . Danville 5. SCOTTY GRIFFITII, Commerce . . . Paducah Sigma Phi Epsilon ROBERT L. GULLETTE, Law . . . . Xvilmore FRANK GULLEY, JR., Aix . . . Lexington GLEN F. IIAAGENSEN, Aix S. . . . Madisonville Sigma Nu ROBIE IIACKNVORTII, Aix S. . NVcst Prestonslmrg Alpha Tau Omega JAMES R. IIAGEN, Connnerce . . . Owosso, Mich. Phi Sigma Kappa JOANN ELIZABETH IIAGER, Ali S. . . Anchorage Kappa Alpha Theta ANNE B. IIALL, Aix S. . . . . Lexington Kappa Kappa Gamma DONNA JEAN HALL, Education . . . Lexington Alpha Xi Delta XVILLIAM GARRARD IIALL, Ak S. . . . Ilarlan Phi Delta Theta SIDNEY IIALPEREN, AJS S. . . . Broolilyn, N.Y. Bela Sigma Rho EVERETT L. IIALSTEAD, Engineering . Owensboro Sigma Phi Epsilon RUTll E. IIALVORSEN, Education . Searsdale, N.Y. Chi Omega SALLY IIANCIIER, AAR S. . . Louisville Chi Omega JOHN O. IIARDIN III, AJR S. . . Iloplciusville Sigma Nu KENNETH P. IIARDING, Aix S. . . . Mt. Sterling JACK ALLAN IIARDXVICK, Engineering . Bu1'nsidc Sigma Phi Epsilon NVILLIAM II. IIARELSON, Engineering . Lexington Triangle NANCY ELIZABETII IIARP, Agkllome Ee . Pikeville Alpha Delta Pi HELEN DEES IIARRIS, AJR S. . . . Science Ilill IRENE ELIZABETII IIARRIS, Aix S. . . VVurtland - ii'fil,l ,F,l. ei' ., A fl. V-F' ieu 45'-'r'.'H 865 l.JEAN MARIE HARRIS, Agnk Home Ec . . Paducah 3 DOROTIIY ANN IIARROD, A.6a S. . . VVinchester Kappa Delta MARY DUDLEY IIARROD, Education . . Frankfort Kappa Delta GENE E. HATFIELD, Engineering . . NVcst Point Sigma Nu MARTIIA ANN HAVELY, Education . . Lexington Kappa Kappa Gamma SARAII R. HEATON, Ag.CxHome Ec . Middleshoro MARJORIE RUTH HEDGES, Education . . . Paris Delta Zcta .... FREDERICK HEEB, JR., Phar. . New Alhany, Ind. 3. 4 FRANCES E. IIELTON, Education . . . Pineville Alpha Gamma Dclta NVILLIAM K. IIENDRICK, Ag.eS4HomeEc . . . . . . Cannelton, Ind. Alpha Gamma Rho FRANCES VIRGINIA HENSLEE, AJR S. . Lexington Alpha Xi Delta JOE DOSS HESTER, Education . . . . Irvine Phi Sigma Kappa MARY K. IIICKEY, Education . . Newport, Tenn. JOHN BLAINE IIILL, Aix S. . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . .hVlllllllIlSl7lll'g BEVERLY JEAN IIINES, Agix Home Ec . Paducah EUGENE EARL HINES, Law ..... Paducah Sigma Phi Epsilon FRED V. IIINES, JR., Aix S. .... Owenshoro DONALD L. HOCIISTRASSER, A454 S. . Fisherville MARGARET IIOENIG, Aix S. . . . . . Ashland JANE B. IIOFFMANN, Ag.6a Ilome Ec . Lexington Chi Omega CECIL ELLIS IIOLCOAIB, Aix S. . . Kappa Alpha . . McKee JAMES READ IIOLLAND, Engineering . . Fulton Sigma Alpha Epsilon IT, . 'EW W- 0 - i A ' 366 5. 6. 7. GENE HOLTZCLAVV, Ag.84 Home Ec . . . Corbin RICHARD F. IIOOD, Ak S. ...... Danville Sigma Phi Epsilon CIIARLES HOPE, A.6z S. . . . Schenectady, N.Y. TIIURMAN RAY HOPKINS, Ag.N Home Ec . . . . . . Dawson Springs ANN HORNING, A451 S. . . . . . Glasgow Delta Delta Delta ROSE MAE HOUSER, Aix S. . . . Paducah Alpha Gamma D1-lta MARY CAROLINE HOUSTON, Education . Erlangel' RALPII A. HOVERMALE, AA S. ..... Paris Pi Kappa Alpha CHESTER N. HOXVARD, Engineering . . Riclnnond ANN K. HUDDLESTON, Aix S. .... Lexington ROBERT M. HUFFMAN, Agk Home Ec . Lancaster Alpha Gamma Rho HUGH GLENN IIUNT, Connncrce , . . Calhoun Sigma Phi Epsilon COLEMAN HUNTER, Education .... Ashland Kappa Alpha Theta JANE PRISCILLA HUNTER, Aix S. . . . Jenkins Alpha Xi Delta CLIFTON E. IIURST, Pharmacy . . . Louisville PHYLLIS ANN HUZZEY, Ak S. .... Ashland ELIZABETH L. IIYATT, Education . . Caro, Mich. Alpha Gamma Delta JAMES SPALDING INMAN, Comn,ierce . Lexington Delta Tan Delta ANN IIAYDEN INSKO, AJS: S. . . Chi Omega BARBARA JEAN INSKO, Aix S. . Alpha Xi Delta . .Lexington , , , Paris LOIS JAIME JACKSON, Education .... Praise Alpha Gamma Delta KENNETII L. JAMES, Ag.6z Home Ee . . Smithfield Farm House JOHN LEWVIS JENKINS, Ailz S. ..... Sehrec Delta Tau Delta BERT JODY, JR., Ak S. . . . Sewiclcley, Pil- Phi Kappa Tau JOAN JOIINSON, A.6z S. . . . - Sfmw Delta Delta Delta JOE WILLIAM JOHNSON, Engineering . LouisvillC ROBERT C. JOHNSON, JR., Engineering . PilccvillC Triangle U N I 0 R S 15. , 5 Q at W ' 4' Q ' , 1 X 5 ' ' N fw t X f-fr I, - , ' V 1 1 5 NY 'x M X ," i bg, X A G0 5 0 , we , mfg K V ' - az." f Q I S v nf V E f ' h x xl 1' Y' , ,, YQ .1 'V ' Mx . K '?-v- P I ' -f -.f 3 K . ,W , - -' WJ 'H 'W ' N A217 W Q W QQ '74 L A : ,L if 926 T, A "' It "': . EL A Q W ' 'ff i K 1 g' Vx K 'V Ar g h h A A: x 1 ,1 up 6 H' I A ' S, I K :WN A J! . V, .gf . X 51 S G SN? T 9 K , vyy x A f Y 367 I U N I vw sa ,, I : xvv. A ' 4 i O R S 'A Q 9' W , I X , 3 2 W ,Air A df xg ,i , ,. W I , ' --., x 1, k A ' Qui ,, K is A 'F " Z 46- f f , 5' b A W f ' x gl . Z' 1 E gl A D E Ax . A x X A' J ,,, av. - , my ' A G - gi g , 14. . '37' 5' W O .5 L.. gr ' 1 1 1:7 . qv Xf I ai, W 'T If Q .Je .1 Y, ,Mm 'b MF' Q SHIRLEY JOHNSON, Education . Alpha Gamma Delta . . Ilazard PHILIP G. JOHNSTON, Commerce . . . Lynch Sig lllxl Nu ANN JONES, Education .... . Quicksand llAZEL JOWINA JONES, A.8z S. .... Hazard SCOGGAN JONES, JR., Commerce .... Bueehel Sig l11a 1 Nu STEVE JONES, Education . . . . Gays Creek JAMES R. KAELIN, I'ha1'macy . . Anchorage BARBARA KENDRICK, Ak S. .... Lexington KAREN KENNEDY, Ag.61IIo1neEc. . . . Paducah Kappa Delta LEONARD L. KILGORE, JR., Phar macy . Louisville MARILYN R. KILGUS, A.6z S. .... Lexington Alpha Gamma Delta ROBERT KIMBRELL, Pharmacy .... Louisville JOIIN SKIDMORE KING, AJR S. . . Nicholasville Phi Kappa Tau KITTY C. KING, A.8c S. . . . Lexington LUCY ANNE KING, Aix S. . . . llenderson Delta Delta Delta NVALLACE KING, A.6c S. . . . Detroit, Mich. Delta Tau Delta PIIILIP C. KINGSBURY, Aix S. .... Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon ELIZAII TIIOMAS KIRK, Ak S. . . . Maysville Sigma Alpha Epsilon ELAINE KIRKPATRICK, Aix .... Lorain, O. Alpha Xi Delta ELMA KIRKPATRICK, Aix S. . . Memphis, Tenn. Chi Omega ANN S. KIRTLEY, Commerce . . . Lexington Chi Omega PLATT KISSAM, Ag.K Home Ee . Garden City, N.Y. Alpha Tau Omega PAUL TIIOMAS KNAPP, A.nX S. .... Lexington Pi Kappa Alpha JACK KRANTZ, Alla S. .... Charleston, W.Va. Sigma Chi MEYER D. KRIETMAN, Pharmacy . . . Louisville BRUCE F. KUNKEL, Engineering . . . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon CHARLES P. LACKEY, Commerce . . . Paducah Pi Kappa Alpha JAMES E. LACY, Engineering .... I lopkinsville Triangle VVILLIAM L. LAMB, Commerce . . . Lexington Alpha Sigma Phi PATRICIA LANCASTER, Ag.tx Ilomc Ee . Columhia WILLIAM A. LANCASTER, Education . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon DOROTHY MAE LAWSON, Education . Lexington ROBERT B. LAYMAN, Agak Ilome Ee . Caneyville Alpha Gamma Rho LLOYD LEVVIS LEACII, Engineering . Georgetown Phi Kappa Tan BONNIE RUTH LEWIS, Education . . . Wrigley Delta Zeta ROBERT FOREE LINK, Ag.1klloineEc . Lexington Sigma Phi Epsilon MARGARET C. LITTLE, Aix S. . . Freeport, Ill. Kappa Alpha Theta ALBERTA LONG, Pharmacy . . . Louisville JULIA A. LONG, A.8: S. . . . . . Shelbyville Kappa Kappa Gamma ELOISE LORCII, Ag.tx Home Ec . . . Anchorage Delta Zeta CHARLES LUCAS, JR., Ag.8z llome Ee . Ilardinslnug Phi Kappa Tau DORIS JEAN LYCAN, Agkllome Ee . . Ashland Delta Zeta MADELINE MACMILLAN, Education . . Bellevue Delta Zeta MARY JANE MADDEN, Ag.txIlomeEc . Lehanon NVILLIAM C. MANSFIELD, JR., Aix S. . Mt. Sterling Kappa Alpha GREGORY KENTON MAPLES, Aix S. . Middlcslloro Lamhda Chi Alpha ROBERT LEE MARCUZZI, Aix S. . Logan, NV.Va. Sigma Nu ' BETTY ANN MARTIN, Agilzllome Ee . . Garrett EDNVARD CHARLES MARTIN, AA S. . . Ludlow Phi Kappa Tau , 7 ff, If , wil' tl? 'q"lru' 1' f ,llvvl . .ga f lf? : slr' llll If Q, .la I-full!! D ,xy ifmff .ii I '1,1 , :wx i.f14,4:f: !'r-'iff J X. 369 JOAN M. MARTIN, Commerce .... Greenville Kappa Kappa Gamma 'l'llOMAS YOUNG MARTIN, A.cSr S. . . . Ashland Delta Tau Delta RALPH C. MARTINI, Engineering . . Belleville, Ill. STANLEY MASONBERG, Commerce . Teaneck, N.J. Beta Sigma Rho EDWARD L. MASSIE, JR., Commerce . . Louisville Phi Kappa Tau CRYSTAL MASTERS, Education .... Buechel Alpha Delta Pi TIIELMA RUTII MATTOX, AAS: S. . . . Lexington VVILLIAM S. MAUPIN, Ag.6z Ilome Ee . Frankfort Alpha Gamma Rho JESSE ROBERT MAVITY, Engineering . . Somerset TIIOMAS R. MAYIIUGH, Pharmacy . . . Louisville WILLIAM H. MCCANN, Law .... Winchester Phi Delta Theta MARY ELLEN McCOLLUM, Ag.8z Home Ec . Sehree SIMPSON E. McCONKEY, Commerce . . . Irvine Sigma Phi Epsilon WVALLACE R. McCORD, Ah S. . . . Hopkinsville Tan Kappa Epsilon JAMES BALLARD McCONVAN, AJS S. . . . Corbin Alpha Tau Omega JAMES VV. McCURRY, AJS: S. . . . llorse Cave Alpha Tau Omega DONALD V. McEVOY, Pharmacy . . . Louisville JOHN R. McGl-IEE, Commerce . lluntington, NV.Va. Delta Tau Delta ' ROBERT DALE McGINLEY, Aix S. . Bowling Green Pi Kappa Alpha ARTHUR DALE MCGUIRE, Engineering . Ashland Lambda Chi Alpha DIANNE LOUISE McKAIG, Aix S. . . Oak Grove Alpha Delta Pi IVIARY NVHITFIELD MCKINLEY, All S. . Bl'00liSltlc Delta Delta Delta v R I N V Q., Ei-':Y:4 V-- . 370 BILLY XV, MQKNIGIIT, Pharmacy . . . Louisville PRISCILLA MeVEY, Ali S. . . . . Lexington Delta Delta Delta JAMES S. MEADOR, Age: Home Ee . . Lewishurg Alpha Gamma Rho WILLIAM R. MEYER, Engineering . . . Lexington ARDEN MILAM, Aix S. .... Jacksonville, Fla. Alpha Delta Pi EDWARD WALTON MILES, AJS: S. . . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon NETTIE JEAN MILLER, Aix S. . . . Owensboro PAUL MILLS, Ag.6z Home Ee ...... Exie FRED CLAUDE MINNING, Engineering . Southgate Phi Sigma Kappa FRED A. NIOLSBERGER, AJS: S. . . . Aslllalltl Lumhrla Chi Alpha NVILLIAM E. MONROE, Pharmacy . . . Louisville BARBARA MONTAGUE, Commerce . . Louisville Kappa Alpha Theta DOROTHY JEAN MONTGOMERY, Commerce . . . . . Lexington, Tenn. Alpha Gamma Delta REGINALD A. MONTGOMERY, Commerce . . - . . . Ludington, Mich. CORDIE LEE MOODY, Education . . . Lexington Delta Delta Delta BACON R. MOORE III, A.6z S. . . . llarroclshurg Kappa Alpha CHARLES EDNVIN MOORE, Commerce . Paducah Lambda Chi Alpha JAMES R. MOORE, Education ..... Lovely Phi Sigma Kappa ROBERT PAYNE MOORE, Education . Bloomfield RUTH EVELYN MOORE, Aix S. .... Newport ROY J. MORELAND, A.6r S. ..... Lexingtell Sigma Alpha Epsilon GEORGE B, MORGAN, Engineering . . . Racelantl JOIIN B. MORRIS, Pharmacy ..... Louisvillli WILLIAM Q. MUIR, Ag.8c Home Ec . Nicholasville Kappa Alpha HENRY WILLIE MURRAY, Commerce . Columbia LANVRENCE E. MYERS, A.8z S. . . Fanwood, N-,l- Sigma Phi Epsilon ARTHUR NACHAND, JR., Agik llome EC . Louisville Sigma Nu -1 1 U N I 0 R S P -f. . I .g X . I . Q Lr- '0 Q g w- Q . b 'IF Q- , ff Q.-H Q xx a X 'ix 1 lifn A . ' --2 Q va- ms- Y Y A A R - Sag M, .... , , va lvg: - K I F ,f Q 3 Q' 'Q 6 at A A M S.. In ,ms . 371 . , 5 ? Lg ... ,. "" an 5-.L I n ', ' 'I ,4 , .,,, ,,, f' " , ' ,i V,ff ' I-'gawfff '4 -- ,, K 6 Q fn' I xxx J ..., 'K ' ' "ff 1' , , .4 " 'Wd . 7 , , .,,. 0 W' T ' ' ' Q, M Y I V, , X ,V ., . my " p 'Wi' MSIE' , A wallj. 3 ,mx 'z ' If 1 v' , i, V Z , Mi, il ,yi V 1,Q?E.ah?, . - ., N M , X M mf' l. 0 3. 4 GEORGE McDONALD NALL, Commerce . Fulton Sigma Alpha Epsilon BETTIE CARRICK NASH, Education . Georgetown Kappa Kappa Gamma DOROTHY ANN NEAL, A.8z S. . . Owensboro Zeta Tau Alpha SIDNEY A. NEAL, Law . . . Owensboro Pi Kappa Alpha ALICE JOYCE NELSON, Education . . . Ashland Kappa Delta JAMES G. NELSON, Education .... Lexington SUSANNE NEVVELL, Education . . Maysville Kappa Alpha Theta CHARLES NEYVTON, Ed. . . El. Lauderdale, Fla. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ELAINE GORDON NICHOLS, A454 S. . Madisonville Kappa Delta BARBARA ANN ODELL, Education . . Atlanta, Ga. Kappa Delta ROBERT LEE O'NAN, Engineering .... Sturgis Sigma Phi Epsilon EDWVIN T. OREM, Ag.6z Home Ec . Campbcllshurg JAMES T. OSBORNE, A.84 S. . . . Beech Grove Phi Sigma Kappa MARY LOUISE OSBORNE, Law . . Nvheclwright Alpha Delta Pi JOSEPII A. ONVENS, Engineering . Schenectady, N.Y. Delta Chi BETTY CAROL PACE, A454 S. . . . Marrowhonc Chi Omega ANDREW J. PALMER, JR., Law . . . Richmond JAMES K. PALMORE, Agile Home Ee . Horse Cave Sigma Phi Epsilon LESTER G. PANNELL, Ag.t4z llomc Ee . Sacramento MARY LEE PARDUE, Education .... Frankfort Alpha Gamma Delta THOMAS A. PARDUE, JR., Commerce . . Frankfort Sigma Alpha Epsilon CAROLYN I-IOLT PARK, A454 S. . . Kingsport, Tenn. 5 6. 7 CIIARLES EDNVARD PECK, A.8z S. . . . Paducah JOE PRICE PEDEN, Commerce . . . Hopkinsville Alpha Gamma Rho ROY M. PENNINGTON, Aglk llome Ec . The Ridge GENEAL A. PETERSON, Aki S. . . Arlington, Va. Alpha Delta Pi JAMES VERDEN PIGEORD, Engineering . Ashland Phi Sigma Kappa NVILLIAM C. PODKULSKI, A.6z S. . . Chicago, Ill. Lamoda Chi Alpha ANDREVV THOMAS POLITES, Ad S. . . Lexington sig .1..l Alpha lzpsaiim SAMMIE S. POPE, Pharmacy ..... Louisville SHIRLEY ANNE PORTER, AA S. . . . Lexington FRANCES REA POTTS, A.84 S. . . . . Paducah JAMES LYNDAL POTTS, JR., AJN S. . . . Paducah MARY LOU PRIESTLEY, A151 S. . Madisonville, NV.Va. Kappa Kappa Gamma J. P. PULLIAM, Ag.8z IIomcEc ..... Hatton MARIAN JEAN PUMPIIREY, Education . . Carlisle Alpha Della Pi MARCHETA RANEY, AA S. ..... Pikeville Kappa Delta ROBERT I. RATCLIEE, Ak S. . . . Ashland Lamhcla Chi Alpha MYRTLE M. RATLIFF, Aga llomeEc . . Pikeville EARL BENNETT RAY, Commerce . . . Louisville IMOGENE REDD, Ag.8z Home Ee . . . Lexington HELEN H. REDDEN, Aglk llome Ee . . . Marion VVILLIAM GOBLE REED, Ag.1S4llomcEc . . Elsie TALITIIA REID, AJS: S. ...... VVinchestcr Kappa Kappa Gamma JAMES MORRIS REYNOLDS, A191 S. . Alpha Sigma Phi . Owenshoro , h i M O Delta Delta Delta I JIMMIE CHRISTINE PARKER, Education . Harlan K XV", ARNOLD T. PARRIS, Pharmacy .... Louisville JAMES E. PARROTT, Pharmacy .... Louisville DAVID A. PARRY, Engineering . . Rexford, N.Y. Delta Chi 373 KENNETH RAY REYNOLDS, Engineering . Jackson Triangle MARY JO REYNOLDS, A.8z S. . . . . Ashland Alpha Delta Pi RAYMOND G. RIIOADS, Engineering . Lexington ROY NV. RIIODES, Education .... Covington Lambda Chi Alpha JOHN Il. RICE, Aix S. ...... Hamilton, O. Kappa Alpha NVILLIAM KENNEY RICE, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Paris Sigma Phi Epsilon RONNA RICIITERKESSING, A.8z . St. Matthews Zeta Tau Alpha CLEMENT RITTER, JR., Commerce . . Cynthiana Sigma Alpha Epsilon WILLIAM C. ROBB, Engineering . . . Mays Lick Phi Sigma Kappa UNE D ROBINSON Af.fSzllomeEc . . Paducah .I ' . , 2, Kappa Delta NVILLIAM DYER RODES, Ag.8z Home Ec . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon JOHN A. ROGERS, Engineering . Nashville, Tenn. Sigma A'pha Epsilon EUGENE C. ROEMELE, Aix S. . . Frankfort Phi Delta Theta BERNARD G. ROGERS, A454 S. . . . Ft. Mitchell Phi Sigma Kappa CHARLES B. ROGERS, Ag.6a Home Ee . . Sonora Farm House WVILLIAM BOYD ROGERS, Ag.6zllomeEc . Paris Kappa Alpha ELIZABETH ROLLINS, Education . . . Pineville Chi Omega HAROLD EDISON ROSE, Commerce . . Lexington Phi Delta Theta DOUGLAS ROSS, Ag.2Sz Home Ee .... Ewing Phi Sigma Kappa MADHUSUDAN J. RUPAREL, Engr. . Bomhay, India Phi Sigma Kappa IIARRIET A. RUSSELL, Education . . Ilarrodsluurg Kappa Alpha Theta MARION L. RUSSELL, A.6z S. . . Maysville Delta Zeta X ,f' ' . L, fl .. E' Q' if -1 - ' - 1 pe' n , sffeIyQi33' I T 374 PAUL ANDREW SAAD, Engineering . . Pikeville Alpha Tau Omega JAMES CALEB SANDNER, JR., A.6z S. . . Southgate Delta Tau Delta JAMES WV. SAUNDERS, Commerce . . Lexington Delta Tau Delhi DONALD SCHARDEIN, Commerce . Bowling Green Sigma Nu ROBERT G. SCIIERER, Aix S. . . . Louisville Phi Delta Theta ANGELA SCIIMITT, A.6z S. . . . Louisville LYNWVOOD SCHRADER, Ag.tx Ilome Ec . Lynnwood Farm I-Iouse SARAH SCOBEE, Education ..... xVlDL'llCSlft'l' Kappa Kappa Gamma EDWARD I. SCRIVNER, JR., AA S. . . Lexington Sigma Alpha Epsilon NVILLIAM JAMES SEMONIN, Commerce . Louisville Phi Delta 'lheta PATRICIA SENVELL, A.6z S. . . . . Jenkins Alpha Gamma Delta PHILIP M. SHANNON, Commerce . . Henderson Delta Tau Delta CLARICE CAROL SHARPE, Pharmacy . Louisville ROBERT BRUCE SIIEARER, Law . . . Lexington WILLIAM D. SHELTON, Pharmacy . . . Louisville MARY E. SHINNICK, A144 S. .... Wilmettc, Ill. Chi O llll' lla ROBERT H. SIBERRY, Commerce . New York, N.Y. MARY BAXTER SIGLER, AJS: S. . . . Owensboro Delta Delta Delta ROBERT KENNETII SIMPSON, A451 S. . . Louisa Alpha Tau Omega GORDON BENNETT SITIAIER, Law . . Lexington Sigma Nu NVILLIAM MARTIN SITHER, A.5z S. . Dayton, O. Delta Chi KENNETII W. SKINNER, Commerce . VVinchester Phi Kappa Tau THOMAS EUGENE SKINNER, A.6z S. . . Louisville C. TIIERESE SLUSIIER, Ag.6z Home Ee . . . . . . Bluefield, W.Va. VVILLIAM C. SLUSIIER, A.6z S. . . Bluefield, W.Va. Sigma Nu M. CAROL SMITII, A.8z S. ...... Flora, Ill. Kappa Kappa Gamma NATHAN R. SMITII, Ag.6z Home Ee . . Horse Cave U N I O R S S . W 6- A J Q' Y ' .S a, ' -K X RF Q 4 ' 'JPV lg is f x . 5. ' J fre X H N GS ,-0 Y ., Q all . ,vl - X A gy axis 'LA . , , gg 3 A 5 ,' ' -x W ,X " L Y ,, " X1 ifgsgfzziigf ' P' Q . 4 fifth x Y 'Ii if 69 J Q GJ 5: cg- ww ,, L V, -1 ' 4- f ' fi' A' d I 1 1 ,, M47 fy W Gb ' KX in - "" " ',,. ' m t , ..... .,,, 2 vs - ' 4 -,A' " in '- 375 U N I O R S V V , My 0 4 N 4, 4 x 'ak' Fw" W 6 k f 9. J f . N A v-.- , , , ' , . A 4 Q if wg' ,, ,,, V 2 I 2 f 11+ L S . A 'W ff- .' Alvb In hm , 0 . T ' ms ,"' A4 ' Mn Qs. 1 W M V L.-, , RVN., ' fl V 1 as 5: N 'Q' f V w, A 213, 'f M' ., AA, A My , wwf Alk. mx 'Cc Sv N 'A 2 'F 6' , We . 0 Q' ff W," 4:1 tv I I A 'Q Q y N A AM rl ,tm X. Zen , g I .-,v x , ,Y 'Asif 34' 2324 Z A M 4' I V in . Q 0 . ,, x y I I 69 .4 'WK ,Q I. if X. W ,W gl f. Y' A I. M23 ' Ang' Ar Q K . , AX , -f 41 fs- N W' ' ff Q x vs 'x ' 5 V Q Q -3' . 'F'-' r ' M4 44-A X 'i X I Q , , ., b My . W ' SQL! 5 . . , N "' 9 FC rx 1 .A 4 it 3 M' M g L , . I 1 Q A-I , if ,,4 , ROGER NV. SNONV, Commerce . . . Lakewood, O. Delta Tau Delta MARY CAROLYN SNYDER, Ag.8r Home Ee . Milton ROBERT E. SOUTIAIALL, Commerce . . Louisville Kappa Sigma NVILLIAM F. SOXVDER, Aix S. . . . Lancaster Alpha Tau Omega C. J. SPARKS, JR., Engineering .... Paintsville Alpha Tau Omega 'IOANNE A. SPARKS, A.8z S. . . . . Lexington Delta Delta Delta DONALD R. SPOONIIMORE, Pharmacy . Louisville CLIFFORD M. STAMPER, Ali . . . Covington Pi Kappa Alpha ALICE PEYTON STANSBURY, Education . Louisville Kappa Alpha Theta MARTIIA S. STEELE, Ag.8z Home Ee . . Lexington BERNARD NV. STEPHENS, Education . Petersburg Phi Sigma Kappa JAMES EDVVARD STEWVART, Commerce . Lexington Sigma Chi IIARRY C. STILLE, Education . Long Branch, NJ. MARIAN STONE, Education . XVest Palm Beach, Fla. Kappa Alpha Theta PEGGY DOLORES STUMBO, AJS: S. . . . lIarold EVAN C. STURM, Commerce . . . jellico, Tenn. Zeta Beta Tau JACK L. SULLIVAN, Pharmacy . . . Louisville BETTY LOIS TALBOT, Education . . Burkesville Alpha Gamma Delta MARTIIA ANN TARPLEY, A.5r S. . Louisiana, Mo. JANEICE TARTER, Commerce . . . Somerset CAROLYN G. TAYLOR, Education . . Paris Kappa Delta CLAUDE A. TAYLOR, JR., Aix S. . . Morning View JAMES EVANS THOMPSON, AJS: S. . . . Ewing DOROTHY TIIORNBURY, Education . Grundy, Va. Alpha Gamma Delta GEORGE N. TIIRAILKILL, A.8a S. . . Fostoria, O. TIIOMAS J. TIMMONS, Engineering . . . Buechel Phi Sigma Kappa BETTY LEE TIPTON, Education . Tiptonville, Tenn. Delta Delta Delta BOSVVORTIAI M. TODD, IR., Commerce . Frankfort Sigma Alpha Epsilon 5. 6 7. ,IAMES E. TODD, Commerce . . . Lexington Sigma Phi Epsilon RICHARD D. TOMEY, Engineering . Lakewood, O. Kappa Sigma ANN TRACY, A.8z S. ........ Lexington Delta Delta Delta RUTH ELIZABETH TREFZ, Aix S. . . Lexington Alpha Xi Delta JOI-IN LYTLE TRUITT, Commerce . . Covington Pi Kappa Alpha CHARLES TUCKER, Law ...... Louisville Kappa Sigma LESTER A. TUCKER, Commerce . Cheltenham, Pa. NVILLIAM LEE TUCKER, Ag.MlomeEe . Finehville MYER S. TULKOFF, Law ...... Ashland Zeta Beta Tau BETTY JO TURNER, Aix S. .... Marrowlvone CARL WVILSON TURNER, Commerce . . Lexington Delta Tau Delta GARDNER LEWIS TURNER, Commerce . Lexington Kappa Alpha ROY S. TURNER, AJR S. ..... Pewee Valley Alpha Gauuna Rho NVALTER P. UNDERWOOD, A.-S4 S. . . Lexington Phi Delta Theta MAURICE R. VAN METER, AJS S. . . Shelhyville 'l'au Kappa Epsilon ROBERT KELLY VITTITONV, Law . . Owensboro Alpha Sigma Phi LYDIA McKEE NVAGERS, A.64 S. . . . Lexington Chi Omega RAY FREDERICK VVAGNER, Engineering . Ashland Lambda Chi Alpha N ROBERT E. WAGONER, Education . Bowling Green Pi Kappa Alpha CECIL D. WVALDEN, Law .... Enlield, N.C. POLLY WVALKER, Agia Home Ee . . Ilopkinsville Alpha Gamma Delta DRAKE F- .. ,f i Tnovoat , 5 H You sm we , 'Quill GOING g y 5'5frohc0NCER1 1 ii l 377 EDNA E. NVHITTEN, Ag.8z Home Ec . Harrisburg, Ill. EARL THOMAS WVHEAT, Commerce . . Frankfort 1. 0 -4. n J 4. JAY RICHARD NVALLACE, Commerce . Carrollton Sigma Nu WVILLIAM ROY VVALLS, Commerce . . Bardstown Sigma Phi Epsilon JOHN B. WALTON, Ag.6z Home Ec . . Burlington Alpha Gannna Rho DANIEL H. XVARREN, Commerce . . Ithaca, N.Y. Kappa Sigma BARBARA LEE NVAYMAN, Education . . Bellevue Delta Zeta BETTY JANE NVEBB, Education . . . Lexington Z.ta Tau Alpha JANE ALLEN XVEBB, Education . Lawrcncehurg, Incl. Chi Omega IIERMAN M. NVEBER, JR., Commerce . Louisville Phi Kappa Tau KATIIERINE VVEIDE, AJS: S. . . . New Castle, Pa. SOL NVEISENBERG, Commerce .... Owenton Zeta Beta Tau NVILLIAM LEE XVELCH, A.8z S. . Pi Kappa Alpha . . Ashland ROBERT NVELDON, JR., Commerce . Brooklyn, N.Y. CYRIL XVENDELN, Agia Home Ec . . Lexington EULA LEE WVEST, Education .... Oil Springs ALLEN J. NVHALEN, Engineering . . . Cynthiana Alpha Sigma Phi Sigma Nu ELIZABETH I. VVHITE, Education . . Ilopkinsville Kappa Alpha Thr-ta HENRY DULIN NVHITE, Ag.eSz Ilome Ec . Lexington Phi Sigma Kappa BURL J. WHITT, Pharmacy ..... Louisville IIARRIS G. WHITTENBERG, Commerce . Louisville Sigma Chi FRANK NVIEDMER, Commerce . . Bowling Green Pi Kappa Alpha THOMAS LOCKART WILBORN, A.8z S. . Shelbyville Kappa Alpha ANN S. WILLIAMS, Education .... Lexington HEZZIE WILLIAMS, Ag.8z Home Ee . . . Sonora JOIIN PATTON WILLIAMS, Education . Paintsville Phi Sigma Kappa Q 8. H 3:00 crass l r dir 878 ROBERT WILLIAMS, Commerce . Great Neck, N.Y. Beta Sigma Rho JEAN ALICE WVILLIAMSON, Commerce . . Paris Delta Delta Delta NVILLIAM P. VVILLIAMSON, Commerce .... . . . . Merchantville, N.Y. Tau Kappa Epsilon ALMA LEE VVILSON, Education . . . Lexington Alpha Xi Delta DONALD DEAN NVILSON, Aix S. . . . Covington Pi Kappa Aipha DOROTHY NOLD NVILSON, Education . Lexington Alpha Delta Pi HAROLD DEAN XVILSON, Connnercc . . . Corhin Sigma Phi Epsilon MARTHA ANN NVILSON, Commerce , . Lexington Kappa Alpha Theta NVILLIAM JAMES WILSON, AJR S. . Bradfordsvillc JOHN EDNVARD WVILTZ, A.8z S. . WVashington, Ind. ANNE S. NVINBURN, Education . . . XVinchester Kappa Kappa Gamma Delta Zeta EDWARD KENNETH NVOLFE, Aix S. . Lexington Kappa Sigma DONALD L. XVOOD, JR., Law . . . Maysville DOROTHY LEE XVOOD, A.6c S. . . . Maysville Kappa Alpha Theta ROBERT KEITII XVOOD, Ag.tQ Ilome Ee . . Milton Pi Kappa Alpha ANNE HARKLESS VVOODS, Law .... Murray Alpha Delta Pi CHARLES R. NVRIGHT, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Gracey Alpha Gamma Rho PAUL JAMES WRIGHT, Engineering . . . Jenkins Tau Kappa Epsilon NVILLIAM E, VVRIGHT, A.fSz S. . . Carrollton ALAN S. NVRIGI-ITSON, Pharmacy . . . Louisville BOBBIE DEAN YATES, Education . . . Lexington Alpha Xi Delta ELEANOR JEAN YATES, Aix S. .... Lexington Alpha Gamma Delta NVILLIAM A. YATES, Commerce . . Glasgow Sigma Nu CIIARLES MITCHELL YEARY, A.8z S. . Nieholasvillc Sigma Chi HINDA YESSIN, Commerce ..... Lexington JOSEPH YOUNGER, Engineering . Williamson, W-VIL MELVIN ZEIDEN, Pharmacy ..... Louisvillfl '91 ,Q 'nw .,gx Wu. iv 4 :iv fr- , A Ok fs 'xlf i-YE? " M 1- ,ik ,X 21:52. Q a Q1 S 'Q .. ' N .. up 5 ig? u. S, E Q L . if Q- ., + , . .5 xx if .iff ' Eslffa 1 . 1 ina ,.N. , i Q AR X- .,,.:::M ' QA: A at , v-11" ,Sex . rv- X -uc.-, I ...AJ Seniors Without Pictures A rls and Sciences Anderson, Mary M., Winchester Ashworth, Jolm S., Lexington Ausenhaugh, James Driscoll, Dawson Springs Baker, George, Rossvillc, Ga. Begley, Marcus, Ilyden Bentley, Ruth Shearer, Lexington Berry, Anthony E., Lexington Blodgett, Ruth Naomi, Lexington Boller, Win. John, Beaver Falls, Pa. Bronson, Gerald, Princeton Brown, Dewey R., Lexington Brown, NVarren H., Dante, Va. Brown, William M., Stouts Mills Bullock, Charles E., Lexington Chalkas, T erpsythea, Lexington Childers, Barry P., Lexington Claypool, Nancy Lee Siler, Lexington Clegg, Margaret, Lexington Cocuzzi, Felix, Louisville Coleman, WVillie C., Lexington Collins, William C., Lawrcneeburg Cowherd, Harry J., Frankfort Cox, Mildred W., Lexington Crawley, Paul, Louisville Criscillis, George, Williamsburg Cruse, Bryan, Lexington Curlin, Margaret, Lexington Currens, Adrian B., Versailles Dalton, Barbara Smith, Harlan Daugherty, John F., Lexington Davis, Beverly J., Nicholasville Davis, Margaret, Danville Davis, Robert Henry, Mt. Vernon Deaton, Eugene, Munfordville Devenny, Thomas, Freeburn Dowell, Robert L., Sulphur Well Eades, Forrest W., Richmond Edwards, Edna H., Lexington Ekris, Mary, Hazard Ely, Walter Taylor, Lexington Ennis, Patsy, Lancaster Eyl, Thomas B., Morehead Ferguson, Charles K., Paducah Flegc, Jolm B., Lexington Fletcher, William L., Lexington Fluty, William J., Lexington Forkner, Betty J., Versailles Gabbard, Roy F., Sand Gap Garrard, William Thomas, Covington Gcvedon, Robert E., West Liberty Glazebrook, Marshall A., Wickliff Goff, Ralph, Pikeville Gorham, James R., Wilmore Gregory, LeRoy L., Lexington Gregory, Robert, Florence Hall, Bruce B., Mt. Sterling Hall, Gordon N., Lexington IIall, Katherine, Rockford, Ill. 380 Hart, Charles W., Paris Harville, Gladney, Jonesboro, La. 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Atherton, Faye R, Livermore Atkinson, William Otfutt, Sharpsburil Ball, Sylvester, Jr., Louisa Barkley, Frances Elliott, Trinity Bishop, Lewis Ulmont, Lexington Bolin, Herman, Oil Springs Boucher, William Patrick, Lexington Brown, Carroll Winston, Louisville Brown, William C., Lexington Bruner, Herbert S., Harvesville Burch, Raymond H., Nicholasville Burcham, Landon Kenneth, Owensboro Cain, Charles Hollowell, Crestwood Carlton, William Walter, Philpot Combs, Ira, Avy Cramer, Harry Shattueh, Lexington Culton, Robert H., Danville Deaton, Woodrow Wilson, Jackson Denney, Jack Forrest, Monticello Dennis, Samuel Alfred, Berry Dicken, Jolm C., Lexington Donovan, Garrett F., Hamilton, O. 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Bishop, Bishop Bishop, Bishop, Q Betty Ann-2ll Joseph Allen-209. 309 Mary ,lo-219, 356 Randal Young-145, 285 Ruth Adelaine-221 Ankney, Max-284, 306 Annis, Doris-57, 106, 227, 356 Appleton, Edward-287, 306 Archer, Elizabeth-221 Al'l'llStl'0llg, Donald-356 Arnold, Randall-104 Arnold, Robert-237 Arnold, 'I'homas-236, 306 Arrington, Carolyn-356 Asbury, Artlmr-2536, 306 Ashby, Kenneth-261, 306 Asher, NVilliam-306 Aspley, Robert-107, lll, 273, 306 Atherton, Colleen--306 Atkins, Frank-55, 280, 360 Atkins, james W.-281, 356 Atkinson, Frank-356 Aton, Francis-306 Auen, Eugene-296, 356 Augsburg, Frederick-245, 356 Aurand, james-306 Austin, XVilliam-291, 306 Barr , Doris Rose-125, 306 Bart ett, Ben T.-306 Bartlett, jane-219, 356 Bartlett, Virginia Elizabeth- 223, 309 Bass, Jerold M.-295 Bassett, Frank Houston-272 Batte, Ilelen S.-356 Batten, Don Richard-237, 356 Batts, Bo d Duncan-309 Baumstark, William Basil-245 Baylies, Dorothy-213 Beal, Gloria jean-209 Beam, Barbara Allen-209, 309 Beard, John G.-309 Beard, Marvin Davidson-261 Beauchamp, Russell Clark-90, 107, 111, 272, 309 Bederman, Sanford Harold-295 Begley, Clyde-309 Begley, Carl Edward-309 Beheler, Betty Brown-211 Behrens, Joan Mae-211 Belcher, Paul Jennings-309 Bell, Mildred Scott-219 Belt, Rupert Duvall-309 Barron, Emily-213 Bivin, Leslie L.-101, 356 Black, George Morrison-309 Black, Inez-207, 309 Blackburn, Virgil D.-277 Blackwell, Dorothy D.-207 Blackwell, james R.-264, 356 Blair. James Clifton-103. 245, 309 Blair, Rose Marie-217 Blair, Virgil-309 Blake, Betty--219, 356 Blake, Robert M.-356 Bland, Lucia Ann-145, 213, 309 Blankenship, Zeb-265, 356 Blevins, Betty Ann-211 Blevins, Kenneth Lee-55, 81, 125, 162, 168, 252, 309 Blumenthal, julie-145, 226 Blythe, Edmund Bruce-280, 356 Blythe, Sam Allen-281 Bobbitt, Joan-211, 356 Bobbitt, Sara Ann-211 Bobbitt, Thomas Gerald-253 Bodnar, Artlmr A.-296, 356 Boggess, james Edward-261, 356 Boggs, George B.-309 Bohon, Ann Davis-78, 219 Boitman, Sumner, 287, 356 Boles, WVilliam O.-261, 356 Bollinger, jesse Charles-85, 260, 309 385 Personal Index Bondurant, James Elliott-261 Bonn, David Edward--309 Booe, John Charles -280, 309 Boone, Charles Monroe-212, 356 Boone, Sara Lynn-207, 356 Borie, Carolyn-221 Borie, Louise G.-57, 221 Boster, Norma-209, 309 Boswell, Henry R.--89, 309 Boteler, Leslie Amelia-169, 213, 359 Botts, Betty Bush-213, 359 Bouchy, Jean-287, 359 Boughey, William Joseph-309 Bou ter, Robert Dwane-276, 309 Bower, Betty-2:23, 359 Bowling, Paul-309 Bowman, Benton Earl-309 Bowmer, Carlie-309 Bowne, Anellen Starr-217, 359 Boyd, Allen O.-309 Boyd, Anne Ross-213, 309 Boyd, Jackie M.-309 Boyd, Morgan Curtis-168, 280, ' :309 Boyd, William Robert-309 Boyd, William Thomas-309 Brabant, Jolm Michael-53, 94, 280,300 Bradbury, James Thomas-93, 281 Bradford, Mary Ann-221, 309 Bradford, Nancy-223, 359 Bradley, Fred Franklin-281 Bradley, Lois Birehfield-309 Brady, Sidney F.-101, 309 Brand, Ma Holmes-223, 309 Brandon, Crliesley Edward-309 Brannock, Peggy Ann-125, 310 Brannon, John Burton-162, 168 Brannon, Margaret Calhoun- 219, 359 Branscum, Arvel-310 Brashcar, Eugene-359 Brazzell, John H.-359 Breeden, Robert Rupert-285, 310 Breeding, Ralph-310 Breiding, Eugene John-87, 310 Brewer, Eugene Williams-359 Brewer, Cordon W.-257 Brewer, Leonard Arnold-281 Briggs, Warren C.-260, 310 Bright, Howard Harbison-257 Bright, Julia-223 Bright, Nanc Jean-223, 359 Brittain, VVilliam Hall-310 Broadus, Sallie Anne-225, 359 Brock, Granville-285 Brooker, Elmer George-87, 111, 310 Brooks, Joe Harold-253, 359 Browder, Lynn Philip-87, 310 Brown, Anne Kerfoot-359 Brown, Betty Bruce-215 Brown, Birdie Alice-310 Brown, Frank Evans-310 ' . 386 Brown, I-Ierbert4-230, 359 Brown, James E.-101, 310 Brown, Joyce Dean-217 Brown, Kathleen Ann-217 Brown, Leneth Derral-290, 310 Brown, Nancy Lee-219 Brown, Perry A.-310 Brown, Ralph Bradley-310 Brown, Rangeley Adair-281 Brown, Raymond G.-280, 359 Brown, R. L.-273, 359 Brumficld, Robert N.-280, 310 Bryant, Albert Cook-310 Bryant, Elizabeth Bidgely-56, 57, 219, 359 Bryant, Joe-237 Bryant, Lester Richard-248, 310 Bryant, Shirley Ann-221 Bruner, Herbert S.-310 Bryner, Bailey Hall-104 Bryson, Roberta Sue-225 Bucher, Jeanne Elise-310 Buckles, Harold I-I.-297. 359 Buckley, Betty Saunders-84, 215 Buie, Mary Jo-215, 359 Bullock, Arden Marion-54, 215, 310 Burch, Raymond Il.-245, 310 Burchett, Glenn Bernard-264, 310 Burd, Francis M.-101, 310 Burgin, Ralph Vernon-310 Burke, Geor fe T.-242, 359 Burkhart, Clilrabell-225, 359 Burks, William H.-55, 233, 310 Burnett, Jack Edwin-252, 359 Burnette, Cecil Calvert-79, 297,310 Burns, Glenn Turner-230, 359 Burton, Everett-103, 310 Burton, Mildred Pauline-310 Burton, Morris Emmett-243 Bush, Benjamin R.-359 Bush, Jane-209 Butler, Charles A.-101, 359 Butt, Jayne-225 Buttermore, Ruth Alice-209 Button, Kent Drane-243, 359 Bybee, Ceren Franklin-284, 359 Byrd, Donnie Reece-207, 359 Byrd, VVilliam B.-103, 310 -0- Caldwell, Harry-81, 269, 310 Calica, George-101, 310 Calk, Charles-239, 310 Callahan, Fred-310 Callahan, Sylvester-310 Calvert, John-310 Calvert, Kenneth-359 Camp, Nancy-215, 310 Campbell, Catherine-225 Campbell, Emily-213, 359 Campbell, Forrest-105, 239, 359 Cannon, Eugene-253, 359 Carigan, Mary-310 Carl, William--162, 268, 310 Carlberg, Claire-211 Carli, Gino-87, 111, 310 Carlton, William-79, 310 Carmichael, Gail-207 Carnes, Thomas-253 Carpenter, Stuart C.-81, 93, 104, 162, 269 Carpenter, Jack-233, 310 Carpenter, John W.-107, 31U Carr, James-284, 310 Carroll, Loretta-359 Carroll, William-233, 310 Carson, Ann-219, 359 Carson, James-245, 359 Carter, Carol-84, 215 Carter, G. Richard-310 Carter, Carter, Carter, Carver James L.-249, 359 Kathleen-215 Patricia-209 , J ohn-269 Casalenova, Vito-310 Caselnova, Dominick-104, 310 Casliek, Marie-211, 359 Caswell, Gaylord-242, 359 Catlett, Louis-93, 243 Catlin, Doris-223, 310 Catron, Carol Sue-78 Catton, David-243 Caudill, Allison-107, 111, 313 Caudill, Earl-242, 313 Caudill, Frederick-359 Caudill, Robert-245, 359 Caudill, Virginia-219 Cavanaugh, Rolla-157 Cayce, Robert-55, 280, 359 Chamberlain, Alexander-253, 313 Chambers, Flonnia-221, 313 Chambers, Williams-359 Chance, William-359 Chaney, Arlie-313 Chapman, Alison-211 Chappell, Mary Street-215, 359 Chase, Mary Jo-219, 359 Chatfield, Mary Jane-313 Chatten, Imogene-217 Chenault, John-313 Cherry, Jim-313 Childress, Frank-125, 256, 313 Christine, Patricia D.-215 Claassen, Joan-209 Clarick, Roberta-226, 359 Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, 31 3 Clark, Anita-209, 359 Anne C.-359 Charles D.-273 Doris-209, 360 Jane Dale-223 Marcus VV.-313 Raymond-281 Thomas Jordan-290, VV illiam-253 Clausen, Elsie-227 Clay, J ohn-272 Clay, Marion Blanton-213 Clement, Joe Bill-89, 108, 313 Clement, Richard-297 Clement, Robert-280, 313 Cleveland, George-273, 360 Clifford, Philip-79, 313 Cliver, Phyllis-217, 313 Clore, Thomas-94, 107, 111, 245, 313 Cloud, Allen-231, 360 Coats, Thomas-272, 360 Coburn, Gannon-280, 360 Cocanougher, 'Pony-231 Cochran, Gracia-213 Cochran, Mary-313 Cofer, Susan-360 Coffey, Bctt J.-209, 360 Coffman, Ecl,warcl-313 Cohan, Sylvia-226 Cohen, Barbara-226 Coke, Broughton-81, 231 Cobum, Anna-217, 313 Cole, Bruce-277, 360 Cole, Charles-249 Cole, Malcolm-293 Coleman, Clifford-237, 313 Copeland, Clyde-360 Copeland, Norval-265 Copens, Bobbie Ann-225 Coplin, Fred-264, 360 Corbett, James-313 Personal Index Dalton, Nvilliam--314 Daniel, jay-269, 360 Daniel, Lones O.-314 Damell, Kenneth-284, 360 Darter, William-53, 360 Cord, Ramon-313 Cornelison, Thomas-237, 314 Corrill, jean-211 Corum, Robert-360 Cosenza, Charles-261 Coulter, Yolande-211. 360 Courtney, Smiley-360 Cowan. Jackson-87, 111, 314 Cox Glenos-134 Cox, James-360 Cox, John W.-287, 360 Cox Marion-360 Cox Cox Cox Cox Coy: s Mar Evelyn-360 Milrlred-209, 314 Norman-314 Wilbur-125, 284, 314 Charles R.-314 Coyle, Charles E.-360 Coyle, jose nh-264. 314 Coyle, Shirley-217 Craft, Lillian-207. 360 Daugherty, Brian-268, 314 Dagagiherty, Harry-162, 284, Daugherty, Josephine-169, 314 Davenport, Robert I-l.-273, 360 David, Robert NV.-81, 162, 233 Davis, Nancy-219 Davidson, Broadus-314 Davidson, Myles-360 Davidson, Sara Ann-225, 314 Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis ! Davis, Davis 3 Davis, Betty Ann-314 Frec -79, 272, 360 Harold-297, 360 jack-314 ,loc Dyle-314 .loyee-97, 360 William E.-168, 314 NVil1iam S.-81. 314 Dawson, Leslie C.-281 Day, Pe 'gy-211 Coleman, Dora-219, 360 Coleman, Ierrc-273 Collier unes 313 9 Ji is'-' Collier, Jane-360 Collins, Collins, Adrian-277 Bobbie S.-31:3 Collins, R. Sam-256, 313 Collins, Roy P.-313 Collins, Winter-264, 313 Collis, Stanley-287 Colton, Raymond-55, 125, 248, 313 Combs, Donald-242, 313 Combs, Dorothy-211, 313 Cones, Edith-225, 360 Combs, Combs, Combs, George M.-100 Rai-58, 313 Ro ert-313 Combs, William-313 Compton, Betty F.-112, 313 Compton, Peggy-313 Congleton, Bo nie-213 Congleton, Conley-268. 313 Crafton, Jack-145. 230. 360 Crafton, Mary-219, 314 Craig, Alice-314 Craig, Edward-125, 314 Craig, Lois E.-207, 314 Crane, Ann-219 Crawford, james-314 Crawford, joan-209, :314 Crawley, Jane-213 Crawley, Lucy Ann-213 Crayne, Caryl-360 Creal. Martha-209, 360 Creedle, George-56. 103, 105, 107, 111, 242, 360 Cregor, Robert-273. 360 Crews, VVilliam-265, 360 Critehlow, Carolyn-54, 219, 314 Crockett, Warren-245 Cropper, Evelyn-314 Crosby, Irving-314 Crouse, Joan K.-219, 360 Crow, Wayne-260, 360 Conner, Elizabeth M.-57, 225, 313 Connor, Thomas-313 Conrad, Robert-360 Con ers, Ewell-79, 313 Cook, Edmond-313 Cook, Ioan L.-207, 313 Cook, Katherine-217, 360 Cook, Russell-233, 360 Cooke, Mary-217, 360 Crowe, Marlin-231 Crum. Mae Nell-360 Crutcher, Robert-268 Crutchfield, VVoodford VVatts- 87, 314 Cubranic, Philgp-314 Cunningham, ynthia Anne - 209, 360 Cunningham, Virginia-96, 169, '314 Cure, Catherine-221 Cooksey, Eloise-145 Cooley, Cooley, Helen--217, 313 Raymond-287, 313 Cooper, Dickson-313 Cooper, John Thomas-230, 313 Cooper James P.-313 Cooper: Leta Faye-227, 313 Cooper 230, Waller-55, 79, 90, 99, ,313 Curtis, Edward-105, 314 Custred, U.K.-265. 360 Cutter, Herbert-87, 314 ...D- Dadaian, Antranik Bobbie-314 Dalton, Stuart B.-276 Day, Polly R.-213, 360 Dean, Hite-:314 Dean, Louis-314 Dean, Phyllis-97. 360 Dearen, Victor-314 Dearien, Barbara-207 Deen, Clara E.-211 Deigri Robert-55, 99, 111, 290, Deen, Thomas-111, 314 Deep, William-103, 360 Defarnette, Larry-260 De aney, Richard-314 Denham, james-314 Denham, J. W.-273, 360 Denham, Randolph-314 Denny, jack Forrest-285, 314 Depp, Owen L.-248 Derrickson, Charles-314 Devereaux, Mary T.-233 Dick, David-245. 363 Dicken, Wesley-94, 125, 163, 268, 314 Dickey, Howard-261 Dickinson, Bett J.-169, 363 Dickson, Dorothy-215, 314 Dickson, Stanley-93, 257 Dier, Joseph-287 DiCirolamo,i Joseph-287, 314 Dillehay, Hugh-233, 314 Dilling, Jean-219 Dillion, Lee A. L.-225 Dinsmore, Wilgus-125, 317 Dishman, Char es-272, 363 Diskin, john-103, 256, 317 Distler, Raymond-87, 111, 317 Dixon, Eunice-225, 317 Dixon, joe-363 Dodge, Betsy B.-97, 213, 317 Dodge, Gerald-290, 363 Donohew, Robert-252, 317 Donohue, Donald-268 Doolittle, Nancy-221, 363 387 Personal lnclex Dorr, Frederick-53, 56, 242. 317 Dorsey, Richard-285, 363 Dossett, Sue-54, 96, 106, 169, 207, 317 Doumas, Robert H.-239, 363 Dover, Marjorie-363 Dowden, Donald-285 Downing, Anne-215 Downing, Frank-231, 383 Downing, I-Iarvey-317 Downs, Melvin L.-245, 317 Doyle, Robert-239 Drake, Albert-162, 168, 268 Drew, I-Iomer-125, 317 Driskill, Martha-215 Druitt, Charles E.-317 Drymon, Lou Ann-213, 363 DuBow, Eugene-295 Duerson, Guy-100, 317 Duff, Cline-145, 162, 168, 268, 363 Duff, Robert-249, 317 Duffy, James-231, 363 Dugan, Sara Agnes-225, 317 Duke, Mary K.-215, 363 Duke, Melvin-55, 284, 317 Dukes, Bill-236, 363 Dulin, Warren-93, 265 Duncan, Aubum-363 Duncan, James V.-273, 363 Duncan, Joe-89, 363 Duncan, John A.-100, 317 Duncan, John W.-79, 363 Duncan, Wilfred-89, 363 Dungan, Kendrick-317 Dunn, Jack-363 Dunn, Lewis-253 Dunn, Maree-248, 317 Dunn, Theodore D.-249 Dunn, Thomas-317 Durham, Henry-162, 169, 277 Durham, James-317 Durham, Martha Lee-56, 219, 317 Durrett, Ruth-211 Duvall, Charles-297, 363 Dyson, Elizabeth-157 -E- Eads, Billy F.--58, 317 Eads, Patricia A.-97 Elder, Eugene V.-162, 236, 363 Early, Clara-219, 317 Easley, Sue-223 Eastirnjohn D.-317 Edmon s, Hollis E.-100, 317 Edmundson, Patsy-219 Eekdahl, Edwin M.-317 Edwards, WVilliam M.-317 Egner, Molly E.-317 Elkin, Benjamin J.-243, 363 Elliott, George C.-89, 363 Elliott, Margaret M.-223 Ellis, Clcnet Recd-245, 363 Ellis, Jewell D.-317 388 Ellis, Roy-363 Ellis, Shirley-317 Ellis, Shirley Anne-215, 363 Elmore, James M.-317 Elsee, John B.-317 Ellsworth. Tracy ll.-291, 363 Elswiek, Thomas C.-237, 363 Ely, James Z.-101, 317 Emerinc, Ollie B.-101, 108, 317 Emmick, John P.-249 Engelhard, Ted-363 England, Sylvan-101, 317 Ennis, Jean-213, 363 Ernest, james NV.--317 Ernest, William C.-265, 317 Errickson, Mary P.-209, 363 Eseandon, Eugene-145, 363 Esenbock, Peggy-145, 363 Evans, Erwin-317 Evans, James R.--291, 363 Evans, Evalyn G.-57 Everman, Mary D.-207 Eversolc, James A.-1.05, 317 Ewen, Phyllis J.-84 Ewing, John A.-256, :317 Exon, Jane-225 ...F- Fagan, Kenneth-145, 317 Fain, Barbara-317 Fain, Robert M.-317 Fairchild, Bymes C.-290, 317 Fairchild, Donald-290, 363 Faith. Carl-53, 55, 94, 252, 317 Fannin, Lionel-317 Faris, Alvin K.-79, 3.17 Farmer, Shirley-125, 317 Farmer, Marlene-84, 209 Farris, Robert C.-318 Fauleoner, Elijah P.-318 Faulkner, Marilyn-207 Faulkner, Paul-318 Featherston, VVarrcn-231 lfchr, James P.-231 Felner, Richard-24'5. 318 Feltel, Gilbert L.-291, 363 Feltman, Mary F.-207 Felton, Robert G.-287 Fenner, Paul-363 Fergus, Charles-107, 318 Fergus, Juanita-96, 106, 318 Ferguson, Bruce-162, 168, 268, 363 Ferguson, Curte-363 Ferring, Joanne-217 Fetlie, James E.-101, 363 Field, Roger Francis-318 Fields, Nancy-223 Fiiia, Sidney M.-363 Fi ion, Thomas-237 Fine, Leonard-293, 363 Fingerlc, Ralih G.-89, 363 Fischer, Carol-363 Fischer, George K.-53, 87, 94 290, 363 Fischer, Joyce-221 Fish, Birney R.-111, 318 Fisher, VVilher C.-277 Fitch, Catherine-78, 84, 97, 223 Fizcr. Stanley-105, 318 Fleming, Charles-264. 363 Fleming, Lane C.-287, 363 Flood, Nancy-207 Florcs, Pedro-318 Flowers. Lewis-257 Floyd, Donald-90, 100, 257 318 Fogler, Nathaniel-293, 364 Foote, Ann ll.-21.5, 318 Ford. Elizahcth-106, 209, 364 Ford, Horace-364 Ford, Louis M.-273, 318 Foree, WVi1liam E.-265, 364 Fontaine, Eugcne-261 Forman, Benjamin-100, 318 oshag, George-237 ossett, Edward-248. 31,8 Fossett, James WV.-55, 249 Foster, Rosemary-219 Foster, NVilliam B.-268. 318 Fothergill, james D.-243. 318 Fowler, James I-I.--230, 318 Fowls. Don E.-277. 318 Fox, Clarence-318 Fox, James E.-318 Fraim, Jcrry D.-253 Fraiman, Robert--55, 294, 318 Fraleigli, Douglas-318 Fraley, Marvin C.-93. 253 Frame, Alexander-264, 318 France, Marvin-237 Francis, George-230, 318 Francis, Robert-318 Francis, WVi11iam W.-103, 318 Frank, Allen-318 Frank, Louis-318 Frank, Richard-294, 318 Freeland, John-101, 364 Freeman, Billie-209, 318 Freeman, Caroline-56, 211, :318 Fricke, Minerva-21 1 Frisch, Joel-364 Frisch, William-294, 318 Frost, Jacqueline-209, 318 Fry, Simon Morton-253 Frymirc, David-364 Frymirc, Virginia-318 Fucci, Dominic-264, 318 Fuchs, Richard-79, 104, 297, 364 Fuller, Glen-285 Fntrell, Patsy-215, 318 Fnydal, Ronald-285 1 I4 F -G- Gahliard, Julian-318 Cacldis, James-101, 318 Harris, Gaflin, NVilliaxn O.-107. 318 Gaines, NVilliam B.-318 Gaither, Edgar-237, 364 Galloway, Floyd E.-287 Gano, Sally-223 Garber, Paul H.-277, 364 Gardner, Jess L.-93, 273 Garred, Charlotte--215 Garrett, Margaret S.-213, 318 Gash, Eleanor-207 Gaskin, Ila B.-225, 364 Gaskin, Nancy J.-112, 225, 318 Gault, Curtis-318 Ganntt, Martha A.-211, 318 Gehrling, Martha I.-221, 364 Gentry, Alice E.-364 Gentry, Louis O.-28.1 Gcorgiadou, Marietta-96, 318 Geralds, Oscar-236, 318 Gergely, Irvin-294, 318 Gerhart, Robert-281 Gernert, Iohn R.-318 Gesling, Theodore-252, 321 Getker. Iames A.-253 Getty, Richard-100, 321 Gevedon, Betty j.-S221 Gcvcdon. liobcrt-321 Ghce, William K.-321 Gideon, Burdis B.-105, 321 Giehls, Roy-81, 94, 162, 364 Gilhim, Carole-225 Gilbreth, VVeldon-107, 321 Giles, Ralph C.-321 Gilliam, Iames H.-321 Gilmore, Thomas-321 Gilpin, Negia-217, 364 Gipe, Robert-249 Givens, Sarah-221 Givhan, Thomas---321 Glass, Carter-277 Glass, James O.- 260, 364 Glasscoek, Thayer-261 Glenn, Eloise C.- 209 Glenn, Norris-364 Gliekstein, Arthur-287 Godfrey, John-145, 230, 364 Goessman, Betty I.-209, 364 Goff, Charles L.-268, 364 Goff, Kenneth-321 Goggin, Leonora-225 Goldben, Jack L.-125, 293, 32 Goldfarb, Ivan J.-81, 93, 295 Goldstein, Francis-54, 226, 321 Goldstein, Irvin-293, 321 Goltermann, Kurt-249 Goodin, Charles-321 Gordon, Joel C.-55, 125, 293, 321 Gordon, Norman S.-293, 364 Gorham, Carl I.-125, 321 Gordonwood, Warren-291, 364 Graber, Dolores-221. 364 Graham, Donald K.-276, 321 Graham, joan C.-221, 321 Graham, Patricia-57, 217, 364 Graul, Anita J.-223 Graves, Claire Ann-207 Gray, Charles S.-100, 321 Gray, NVillis B.-287, 364 Greathouse, Joe S.-321 Green, Charles D.-321 Green, Patricia-225 Greene, Harold-277 Greenberg, David M.-296, 321 Greenfiel , Charles-321 GreenHeld, Emmett-269, 364 Greenwald, Marvin-82, 321 Greenwcll, Robert-321 Gregory, Robert E.-53, 55, 90, 94, 99, 162, 168, 268, 321 Grider, Iris Faye-106, 321 Grider, joseph-321 Griesinger, Lawrence-321 Griffin, Gerald-103, 321 Griffin, Hal-321 Griffin, Maydelle-364 Griffin, Samuel-321 Griffin, Thomas-321 Griffith, Scotty-284, 364 Grillot, Mary A.-209 Grimes, joe S.-230, 321 Gritton, Davis-87, 321 Gromley, Charles-103, 321 Groneman, Allen-321 Groos, Gretel-215 Grote, WVilliam-243, 321 Grubbs, Elizabeth A.-321 Grubbs, Robert O.-111, 321 Grnbbs, WVarner-321 Grubbs, YVillia1n J.-87, 111, 321 Gruneisen, Donald-321 Gudgel, Mary Carol-211 Gullette, Robert-100, 364 Galley, Frank-364 Gutermuth. John-242, 321 Guy, Billy Lynn-321 -H- llaagenscn, Glen F.--280, 364 Haa ensen Prebcn M.-53, 55, S , 94, 111, 291 Hackney, Harold-321 llackworth, Hobie-237, 364 Iladen, Eugenia-321 Haffler, Joan-223 Hagan, Gene Roland-322 Hagen, James-85, 265, 364 Hager, Joann E.-219, 364 Haick, Edward-249 Hail, Carl Wesley-322 Haile, Rex-89, 322 Haley, Paul Edwin-322 I-Iggy? Rose Mary-57, 83, 96, Hall, Anne-84, 223, 364 Hall, Barbara-217, 322 Hall, Donna Jean-211, 364 Hall, Edward-322 Hall, Lenvil Russell-79, 322 Hallock, Thomas G.-257, 322 Hall, William-256, 364 Halperen, Sidney-296, 364 Halstead, Everett-284, 364 Personal Index Halvorsen, Ruth Esther-213, 364 Hamilton, Allen F oster-322 Hamilton, Gay-215 Hamilton, joe Forrest-322 Hamilton, Mary-213 Hamm, Clyde W.-265, 322 Hamm, Florence-225 Hamm, Paul-322 Hammack, 'William G.-125, 260, 322 Hamrick, Marie Joyce-221 Hancher, Priscilla Shaw-96, 97, 213, 322 Hancher, Sally-83, 97, 169, 213, 364 Hancock, Howard-162, 273 Hanod,cock, John-162, 168, 272, 3... Handy, Kenneth-239 Hanly, Katherine-223 - Harber, Elbert E.-145, 236, 322 Ilardin, Henry-55, 103, 239, 322 Hardin, John-280, 364 Harding, Eldred-79, 322 llarding, Kenneth Patterson- 364 Ilarding, NVilliam-272, 322 Hardwick, lack-285, 364 Hardwick, Martha-209 Hardy, Robert-108, :322 llarelson, William-53, 290, 364 Harkleroad, Herbert Neal-322 Harlow, William-322 Ilarmon, Paul C.-322 Harmon, Virgil-322 Harned, Mrs. Porter-322 Harp, Nanc E.-209, 364 Harper, Willard-260, '322 llarralson, John-125, 257, 322 Harrer, Charles-322 Harris, Helen Dees-364 Harris, Irene-364 Harris, Jean Marie-367 Marjorie P.-215 Harris, Nancy Jane-97, 221 Harrod, Dorothy Ann-221, 367 Harrod, Mary Dudley-221, 367 Hart, Albert Johnson-322 Hart, Annc Ieannette-221 Hart, James-101, 322 Hart, Mildred-78 Hartford, Don LeRoy-105, 269 Harting, Charlann-227 Hartman, Gloria-322 Hastings, James C.-104 Hatfiel , Gene Edwin-280, 367 Hatfield, Robert-322 Haun, Robert Dee-104, 105, 269, 322 Havely, Martha Ann-223, 367 Haworthgjames-291, 322 Haycraft, Janet-221 Hayden, Arnold-322 Hayden, Martha lane-322 Hayes, Edward B.-257 Hayes, Philip-252, 322 389 Hoskins, James, Personal Index Haynes, Emmit Howard-322 Hays, Benjamin-322 Hays, Donald-322 Hays, Jane Harden-211, 322 Hazel, Betty-225 Heath, Robert A.-322 Heaton, Sarah Ruth-367 Hedges, Marjorie-217, 367 Hedland, Reynolds-322 lleeb, Frederick-367 I Ieffernan, Paul-253 Heiss, Elizabeth Anne-54, 223, 322 Heller, John-231 Helton, Daymond-322 Helton, Framer-103, 322 Helton, Frances E.-209, 367 Helvenston, Hallie-207 Hendrick, VVilliam-230, 367 Henry, Judith-207 Henry, Louise Nutter-322 Henslee, Frances Virginia-97, 211, 367 Ilenslee, Myra Anet-211 Hensley, Harvey-298 Hensley, Jose hine-211 Hensley, William-325 Herald, Daniel-325 Herdman, Harry T.-103, 325 Ilerman, Malcolm J.-293, 325 Herron, Ray-125, 325 Hervey, Patricia-213 Hester, Joe D.-265, 367 Hetzel, George-325 Hibbs, Jack-256, 325 Hibbs, Joseph E.-285, 325 Hicke , Mary-367 Hickok, John-325 Hicks, B. Claire-207, 325 Higgins, Elizabeth A.-227 Hig 1land, James-325 Hill, Henriette C.-219, 325 Hill, John B.-273, 367 Hill, Sally-211 Hill. 5Samuel Cooper--100, 269, 32. Hillebrand, Carl H.-352 Hilling, Rosemary-96, 112, 325 Hines, Beverly-227, 367 Hines, Eugene-100, 284, 367 Hines, Fred-105, 367 Hines, Paul-325 Hinkle, William-291 Hite, Kenneth-281 Hitt, William-257, 325 Hochstrasser, Donald-104, 162, 367 Hoenig, Margaret-367 Hoey, George J.-325 Hoffman, Harold-252, 325 Hoffman, Jane Bell-213, 367 Hogan, Bernard-125, 325 Hogue, Mary Ellen-225 Holbrook, Robert-260, 325 Holcomb, Cecil E.-245, 367 Holeman, William-285, 325 Holland, James Read-81, 162, 168, 272, 367 Holland, Kenneth B.-325 390 Holland, Lois J.-225 Holland, NVilliam L.-325 Holloman, Paul D.--243 Holliday, David-81, 239, 325 Hollis, Ann T.-223 Holtzclaw, C.-367 Homeier, Harry-277 Honaker, Charles-125, 268, 325 Honaker, Dorothy-221, 325 Hood, Harold-285 Hood, Richard-367 Hoover, Jo Doris-215 Hope, Charles-162, 367 Hopkins, Carl S.-325 Hopkins, Thurman R.-367 Hopper, William-297 Horning, Ann-215, 367 Herbert-325 -1.... Ich, Vu Tam-326 Ilaria, Lorraine-54, 217, 326 Ingles, Jane B.-223 Ingles, Mary C.-225, 326 Inman, Edwin-242, 326 Inman, James-56, 94, 367 Insko, Ann Hayden-213, 367 Insko, Barbara-211, 367 Isaacs, Elsie Marie-84, 227 Isaacs, Gerald-326 Ison, Delmer-103, 326 Ison, Ollie-326 -J- Jackson, F rcddie-57 Jackson, Lois J.-209, 367 Houchin, Earl-108, 325 House, Cornelius C.-325 I Iouser, Rose Mae-209, 367 Housron, Mary C.-367 Hovermale, Ralph-268, 367 Jacobs, Eullas H.-326 Jacobs, Frederick-237 Jacobs, Lloyd K.-326 Jaeger, Alvin-326 Jacqueline-2 19 Howard, Alice A.-211 Howard, Chester-367 Howard, Delores-217 Howard, Joseph-281 Howard, Harris S.-55, 272, 325 Howard, Jake-325 Howard, James-58, 325 Howard, William-325 Howard, VVihna-227 Howerton, James-273 James, Kenneth-297, 367 James, Pat-326 Jarvis, Dorothy D.-221 Jefferson, James-101, 326 Jenkins, John-247, 367 Jenkins, Lloyd-87, 111, 326 Jennings, Von-326 Jentz, Marjorie-326 Jeter, John-326 Jody, Bert-261, 367 Ilubbard, Jeanne-84, 169, 221 Huddleston, Ann-97, 367 Hudson, James-162 Huelsman, Ben-269 Huffman, Robert-230, 367 Huggins, Henry-281, 325 Hug es, Barbara-97, 209, 325 Hughes, Gordon-285 Hughes, Hal T.-272, 325 Human, Howard-325 Humphress, Joseph-325 Humphrey, Jack-281 Humphrey, William-325 Humphreys, VVallace-325 Humphries, Alvin-325 Humphries, Jack-237, 325 Humphries, Judith-225, 325 Hunt, A. Clayton-325 Hunt, Hugh Glenn-285, 367 Hunt, Mary Lee-215 Hunter, Coleman-219, 367 Hunter, Jack P,--325 Hunter, Patsy Jo-225 Ilurggr, Jane Priscilla-57, 211, 3 Hurst, Caleb-325 Hurst, Clifton-89, 367 Hurst, Robert-325 ,Hurwitz, Jerry-326 Hutchinson, Agnes-225, 326 Hutchinson, Agnes-325, 326 Huzzey, Phylis-367 Hyatg, Elizabeth Luxon-209, 36 Jody, Marilyn-83, 213 Johnson, Charles-326 Johnson, Dorothy-209 Johnson, James-297, 326 Johnson, Joan-215, 367 Johnson, Joe WV.-367 Johnson, Kenneth LeRoy-326 Johnson, Robert-291, 367 Johnson, Robert Foster-326 Johnson, Robert W.-326 Johnson, Samuel-273, 326 Johnson, Shirley-209, 368 Johnson, Thomas-81, 239 Johnston, Philip-281, 368 Johnston, Robert-105, 239, 326 Jolly, Shelby-326 Jones, Ann-368 Jones, Carl-284, 326 Jones, Elliott-145, 162, 168, 264, 326 Jones, Frances-207, 326 Jones, Hazel-368 Jones, James-231 Jones, Jerry-53, 103, 326 Jones, LeRuth-215, 326 Jones. Mary J.-326 Jones, Mary Ruth-209 Jones, Milford-265 Jones, Patricia Douglas-213 Jones, Richard-55, 264, 326 Jones, Robert M.-326 Jones, Robert V.-326 Jones, Scoggan-280, 368 , jones, Steve-368 Jones, YVilliam B.-103, 105, 326 Jones, William L.-162, 168 jones, William Paul-326 Iouett, Edward-257, 326 Junkins, Alan-253 justice, Charlotte-207, 326 IISULC Yvonne 396 J .- .-:- juzwik, Stanley-101, 326 -K- Kaelin, Iames-101, 368 Kafoglis, William-249 Kahne, Dorothy-326 Kain, Jack-285, 326 Kanatzar, Ben-326 Kane, Frank-125, 326 Kanzler, Sylvester-326 Kauffman, Iane P.-207, 326 Kaufman, Robert-326 Kavanaugh, Ioan C.-83, 223, 329 Kays, Robert-277 Kearns, Dorothy+329 Keeling, Hershell-233 Kefauver, Williaiu-273 Keith, Kelvin-79, 329 Keller, William-l329 Kelley, Alice L.-1145, 217, 329 Kelley, Betty Io-78 Kelly, Clement-273 Kelly, Jane-223 Kelly, Thomas E.-269 Kem J, Ilames-284, 329 Kendal , Alf Royal-125, 329 Kendrick, Barbara-143, 368 Kendrick, George-329 Keneip J, Sarah-211 Kennedy, James L.-105 Kennedy, Karen-221, 368 ' Kephart, Roy-252, 329 Kernen, Leonard-125, 329 Kilgore, Benjamin W.-281 Kilgore, Leonard-89, 368 Kilgus, Marilyn-83, 97, 169, 209, 368 Kilroy, Frank-329 Kimbrell, Robert L.-89, 368 King, King, Arthur-243 Braxton Russell-284, 329 King, General Tye-79 King, John S.-261, 368 King, Kay-219 King, Kitty C.-53, 145, 368 King, Lucy A.-215. 368 King, King, Marforie-145, 219 Wal ace-243, 368 King, Yvonne-211 Kingsbury, Phili -273, 368 Kington, OswaldI1-253 Kingsbur , James-273 Kirc dorler, Mildred-221, 329 Kirk, Elizah Thomas-273, 368 Kirkpatrick, Elaine-211, 368 Kirkpatrick, Elma-213, 368 Kirtley, Anne-53, 213, 368 Kissam, P. james-237, 368 Knapp, Paul-105, 268, 368 Knox, John-329 Koch, Dorothy-209 Koehler, Charles-329 Kogfr, Carter--329 Kol , Aino-329 Kozlove, Julius-82, 329 Kookendoffer, Billy-329 Koppius, Joseph-125, 329- Koonce, Ray-329 Kracht, Jeanette-209 Krantz, Jack-276, 368 Kraps, Rowland-329 Kreitman, Max-82, 329 Kreitman, Meyer-368 Krieger, Barbara-213 Kunkel, Bruce-273, 368 Kupper, Irvin-89, 329 Kushner, Samuel-329 ...L- Lackey, Charles-269, 368 Lackey, James-236, 329 Lackey, Marcus-236, 329 Lacy, James-291, 368 LaFollette, Clara Jane-213, 329 Lair, Virginia-209 Lake, Virginia-209, 329 Lamb, James-329 Lamb, William-233, 368 Lambert, Iames-329 Lambert, Roy Porter-87, 111, 329 Lancaster, Patricia-106, 368 Lancaster, William-272, 368 Landgrebe, john-329 Lansaw, Paul-329 Larkin, john V .-280, 329 Larkin, Margaret-96, 97, 211, 329 Latta, Ann Davis-213 Laub, Mary Ann-215, 329 Lawless, Lester--329 Lawrence, Charles-329 Lawrence, Gayle-284 Lawson, Dorothy-368 Lawson, Fred T.-329 Lawson, Thomas O.-239, 329 Layman, Flo d-329 Layman, Rolliert-145, 230, 368 Layton, John E. C.-329 Leach, Lloyd-261, 368 Leach, May Seil-225, 329 Leach, Rollie-329 Leake, Mary jane-209 Lear, William-243, 329 Leathers, Ella M.-227 LeBaron, George-329 Lee, Joe-53, 55, 93, 94, 162, 252, 329 Lee, Sammie-290, 329 Lehman, Richard-269 Lemastus, Joseph-330 Lenox, Ramona Ruth-221, 330 Lentz, Robert-55, 90,'100, 330 Personal Index Leonard, Eugene-125, 330 Lessley, Harry R.-330 Leslie, Levas, Lewis, Lewis, Lewis, Lewis, Lewis, Grover-253, 330 Evangelos-81 Bonnie Ruth-217, 368 David-284, 330 jane-21 1 Joeline-223 Virginia E.-330 Lezius, Carl R.-242, 330 Liebmau, Herbert-103, 330 Lindsey, Sarah-330 Lindstrom, Joan R.-207, 330 Line, James-99, 111, 284, 330 Linehan, Robert-94, 264, 330 Link, Robert-145, 284, 368 Linney, Betty-221 Linville, Arthur K.-291 Linville, William-87, 257, 330 Liston, Nina-207 Little, Margaret-219, 368 Littrell, Arthur-330 Locker, Charles-330 Lockin, George-330 Logan, Bob-245 Lohmann, Susanne-221 Lohre, Terry-269 Long, Alberta-368 Long, Ann Preston-221 Long, Julia A.-223, 368 Lorch, Eloise-106, 217, 368 Lorch, Robert B.-330 Lowe, Lucas, Iohn-330 Charles-260, 368 Luigart, Judith-221 Lux, Federico-330 Lycan, Doris-217, 368 Lyon, James-81 Lyons, VVillis C.-236 .-Mc-. McCabe, Barbara A.-333 McCabe, James Alton-281 McCain, Owen-333 McCamey, Suzanne-207 McCandless, Edward jr.-333 McCann, Ceorgc Robert jr,- 296 McCann, James Marshall Jr.- 90, 103, 256, 333 McCann, Sue jordan-333 McCann, William ll.-55, 90, 103, 256, 371, McCarthey, Jeannette Ilernclon -333 McCarty, ,lay C.-333 McClain, Bobby Bruce-58, McClure Charles W.-230, 333 McClure, Ella Spencer-213, 333 McClure, Lawas Lcc-94, 162, 230, 333 McCollum, Mary Ellen-371 McConkey, Simpson Elliott- 285, 371 McConnel, William C,-89, 103, 333 391 Personal lnclex McCord, VVallacc Ronald-287. 371 McCoulf, Molly Ann-78, 84 McCoun, Robert C.-245, 333 MeCowan, James Ballard-237, 371 MeCowan, Robert Taylor-56. 90, 99, 168, 242, 333 MeCurr , James W.-237, 371 McCutcl1eon, Patricia Anne- 211, 333 McDaniel, NVesley R.-333 MeDade, Dorothy Ann-213 McDonald, Marilyn-84, 223 McDonald, Virginia Stevens- 333 McDowell, Louise-219, McEvoy, Donald V.-101, 371 Maescr, llenry-104 Magel, Marion Clarence-330 Maggard, Ruth Ann-169, 221 Mainous, Joe Ed-55, 162, 276. 330 Ma'cske, Earl Clifford-330 Malcepeace, Sylvia Gayle-215, 330 Mangione, Anthony Joseph- 264, 330 Manley, WVilliam T.-330 Mann, Floyd Arnold-273 Mansfield, Charles T.-89, 330 Mansfield, NVilliam Clifton-245. 368 Mantle, Ruth Louise--219 Maples, Gregory Kenton-253, 368 Marehetta, Anthony Albert- 125, 330 Marc-um, James V.-100, 330 Mareum, Jolm NVilliam-330 Marcuzzi, Robert L.-231, 368 Maeabee, NVilliam A.-280, 330 McCary, Doris Elizabeth-215 McGhee, Barbara Jean-217, 333 McGhee, Jolm R.-242, 371 McGinley, Robert Dale-269, 371 McGuire, Arthur Dale-252, 371 McGuire, Haden Thomas Jr,- Melntyre, Ann Leota-217. 333 McIntyre, 1Valter H. Jr.-281 McIntosh. Dorothy Louise-333 Mr-Kaig, Dianne Louise-53, 97, 207, 371 McKay, Mary Sidway-219 McKeel, Ann-219 McKenna, Anne Dwyn-211 McKenna, Mary Bert-211, 333 MeKenne, Donald Edward-333 MeKenney, Tom Chase-231 McKinley, Mary 1Vhitfield- 215, 371 McKinney, Martha Elizabeth- 209 McKnight, Bill XV.-371 McLean, Elizabeth Brandreth- 221 McMurray, Charles L.-87, 111, 333 McNeal, James R.-261, 333 McNeill, Anne Gardner--211 McNutt, Joellen-225 MeQuaid, Mary Ann-145, 211, 333 Mclieynolds, Thomas L.-93, 291 MeVey, Priscilla-215, 371 .. M .. Macke, Richard Emerson-252, 330 Maekin, James Charles-87, 111, 330 Macklin, Ann-83, 223, 330 MacMillan, Madeline-217, 368 Madden, Mary Jane-368 Maddox, Wayne L.--330 ' 392 Margaritis, Michael-285 Margaritis, Soula Ann-217 Marinaro, Joe-239 Marion, Jack I.-330 Markham, Robert A.-330 Marks, James M .-103, 330 Marlowe, Jolm C.-276, 330 Marsh, Alan Edward-272, 330 Marsh, Cordon R.-330 Marsh, Harry A. Jr.-330 Marshall, XVilliam G.-89, 108, 330 Martin, Betty Ann-368 Martin, Edward Charles-261, 368 Martin, James C.-231, 330 Martin Joan M .-223, 371 Martini Louise-225, 330 Martin, Margaret D.-217 Martin, Mary Jane-215 Martin, Thomas G.-330 Martin Thomas Y.-234 371 Martin i, Ralph o.-371 ' Marston, Mary-211 Marvin, James NV.-284 Marye, Edward A. Jr.-55, 103, 260, 330 Masonberg, Stanley L.-296, 371 Mauzy, Ann Marlin-207 Mavity, Jesse Robert-371 May, Mary Ann-333 May, Oscar B. Jr.-252, 333 Mayberry, William Robert-333 Mayer, Gerald S.-231 Maye1', Jacob WVilliam-287 Mayhew, Paul 1Vbite-87, 277. 333 Mayhugh, Thomas R.-89, 371 Meade, Mary Elizabeth-211, Meador, James S.-230, 371 Meagher, Margaret llelen-333 Meena, Richard-333 Mefford, Maureen-219 Meier, 1Vanda Lee-84, 209 Menaugh, Martha Baxter-219 Mercado, Manuel-333 Merenbloom, Carl S.-333 Merideth, Morris J.-291, 333 Mettler, Lawrence E.-253 Metzger, Matilda Anne-221 Meyer, llenry Alan-277 Meyer. 1Villiam Robert-371 Meyers, Albert B.-162 Milburn, Martha L.-78, 84, 211 Michael, 1Villiam R.-333 Michelson, Carlyle-87, 333 Midliiff, Betty F.-333 Milam. Arden-207, 371 Miles, Edward VV,-273, 371 Milkey, Amy Carol-213 Miller, Annelle-334 Millei, Dorothy Gail-1-15, 207, Massey, Jolm J.-111, 333 Massie, Edward L. Jr.-261, 371 Massie, Lois Sylvia-333 Masters, Crystal-207, 371 Masterson, William S.-333 Mather, Jacob L. Jr.-125, 333 Mathis, Thomas WV.-264, 333 Matthis, Gene Stuart--333 Mattox, Thelma Ruth-97, 371 Miller, Edwin R.-104 Mill' r, Fred C.--243 Miller Miller , Fred M.-242, 334 Homer NV.-334 Miller-I Jacob-101, 334 Miller, Nettie Jean-371 Miller, Richard James-334 Miller, Robert M. Jr.-272, 33-1 Miller, Stewart Joseph-103, 334 Miller, Xvilliam Richard-107, 334 Miller, William M.-334 Million, Wilma Gray-211, 334 Mills Anita U.-219 334 Millsi Edgar Lynn-334 Mills, Edward-284, 334 Mills, Herbert B,-125, 284, 334 Mills, Lucille-219 Mills, Melbourne-281 Mills, Paul-371 Mills, Robert Howard-253, 334 Minning, Fred C.-264, 371 Mitchell, Charles G. Jr.-239, Mature, Frank J. S. Jr.-53, 55, 56, 236, 90, 99, 145, 162, 168, 333 Maupin, Harold James-103, 333 Maupin, Julian Walker-333 Maupin, William S.-231, 371 Maury, Mary Elizabeth-223 334 Mitchell, Margery-96, 106, 219, 334 Mitchell, Melvin E.-334 Mitchell, Sidney E.-11.1, 334 Moberly, Davic L.-236, 334 Moffett, Albert-257 . Molsberger, Fred A. jr.-252, 371 Monroe, NVilliam E.-89, 371 Montague, Barbara-219, 371 Montgomery, Dorothy Jerm- 209, 371 Montgomery, James R.-1.01, 334 - v Montgomery, Reginald A.-81, 233, 371 Moody, Cordie Lee-215, 371 Moody, Henry H. jr.-285 Moody, Rachel-221 Moore, Bacon Rochester IH- 1G8, 245, 371 Moore, Charles E.-253, 371 Moore, Cherrie Teresa-223 Moore, Dempsey-334 Moore, Edward J. Jr.-334 Moore, james R.-264, 371 Moore, Joan Patricia-84, 213 Moore, joan Patterson-221, 334 Moore, Luther-334 Moore, W'ill M.-237 Moore, Robert Payne-371 Moore, Ruth Evelyn-371 Moran, James H.-125, 334 Moran, Stella Richardson-125, 334 Moreland, Roy I.-272, 371 Morgan, George B.-87, 371 Morgan, Joseph A.-334 Morgan, June-334 Morgan, Mack J. Jr.-334 Morgan, Robert E.-334 Morris, John B.-89, 371 Morrison, Robert B.-291 Moseley, WVynn Glass-277, 334 Moses, Leonard-268, 334 Mouser, George T.-334 Moxley, Jack E.-103, 334 Muir, Xvilliam Q.-245, 371 Mulder, Herbert A.-162, 287, 334 Mullin, Daniel F.-237. 334 Mullen, Orie C. Ir.-334 Mullin, Thomas Edward-334 Mullins, Billy D.-287 Mullins 334 , Harold Gordon-249, Mullins, WVilliam H.-334 Munro, William Robert-334 Murphey, Coleman Ray-334 Murphey, Mildred Ann-213 Murray, Henry VVillie-371 Murray, Xgrginia Dare-145, 33 227, Myers, Lawrence E.-285. 371 Myers, Margaret Ann-227 Myles, Arthur Lee- 125, 145, 162, 168, 233, 334 -N- Nace, Joseph-248 Nachand, Arthur-281, 371 Nahm, Annette-226 Nall, George M.-272, 372 Nantz, Elouise-215 Napier, Stephen-334 Nash, Bettie-54, 223, 372 Nash, Charlton-245 Nash, Victor-79 Neace, Ralph-337 Neal, Donald-265 Neal, Dorothy-225, 372 Neal, Matthew-337 Neal, Sidney-103, 268, 372 Neal, Thomas-55, 233, 337 Nease, james-87, 337 Neblett, Betty Lee-225 Neely, Paul-337 Neil, Charlotte E.-337 Nelson, Alice-221, 372 Nelson, James-105, 372 Nelson, Thomas-281 Netherton, William-281 Neuville, Frederick-230, 337 Neuville, John-233 Newell, Susanne-219, 372 Newland, John-285 Newman, Allie-337 Newsom, Billie-337 Newton, Charles-272, 372 Nichols, Elaine G.-221, 372 Nichols, Frederick-90, 99, 280, 337 Nichols, john-245 Nichols, julian-272, 337 Niekell, Carl D.-281 Niekell, James-280 Nickell, Morton-281 Nightingale, David-243 Nix, XVilliam-264 Noland, Mary Jane-337 Northeutt, James-337 Norwood, M. Jane-211 Nuekols, Seth Ford-239, 337 Nunnelley, Nancy Ford-213 Nutting, Mary Ferguson-337 -0- O'Bannon, Anna-57, 209, 337 O'Brien, John-337 Odell, Barbara Allen-221, 272 Ogden, Ann-207, 337 Ogden, Betty Ann-211 O'Laughlin, Bernard-100, 337 Oldham, Ann Patton-213 Oliver, Kenneth-337 Oliver, Pierson S.-337 O'Nan, Robert-285, 372 Orem, Edwin-372 Orlandi, John-103, 337 Osborn, Della Wheller-337 Osborn, Douglas M.-242, 337 Osborne, james-265, 372 Osborne, Mary L.-207, 372 Osgatharp, Dallas-337 Osten, Patricia-225 Overall, NVayne-245 Ovelgonne, Ian Neal-225 Owen, John-107, 337 Owens, Elizabeth-223 Owens, Joseph-239, 372 Personal Index -P- Paaseh, Robert-337 ' Pace, Betty Carol-54, 169, 213, 372 Palmer, Andrew-100, 372 Palmore, james-285, 372 Pannell, Lester-372 Pardue, Mary--169, 209, 372 Pardue, Thomas-273, 372 Park, Carolyn-215, 372 Parker, Arnim A.-231 Parker, Jimmie-372 Parker, Mary Anne-221, 337 Parkey, Don K.-337 Parris, Arnold-372 Parrott, James-372 Parry, David-81, 239, 372 Parsons, Alton-79 Parsons, Russell-337 Patrick, Emma L.--52, 221 Patrick, WValter-103, 264, 337 Patterson, Kermit-337 Patterson, Pat Ann-78, 84, 221 Patteson, Linda-211 Patteson, William-337 Patton, Betty Ann-213 Patton, Carmal-337 Patton, Libb Ann-209 Patton, Marilyn-209 Papania, Betty Ann-221. Pauley, jack-337 Payne, Elizabeth-213 Payne, Lois D.-54, 217 Payne, Marianne-207 Peak, Iohn-101 Peak, VVilliam-239, 337 Pearce, Robert-103, 337 Pearson, James-337 Peek, Charles-372 Peden, joe Price-231, 372 Pedigo, John-94, 236, 337 Peleske, Leo-281 Pendegrass, George D.-337 Pandergrass, George XV.-239 Pendley, Justus-297 Pennington, Carl Lester-337 Pennington, Roy-372 Perez, Santiago-337 Perkins, Elsie-337 Perkins, Jerome-273 Perlmutter, Annette-226 Perrine, Ann-215 Perrine, Jean Lloyd-215, 337 Perry, james-281 Peters, John-252, 337 Peterson, Geneal Annette-207, 372 Petersen, Lois M.-225 Petrey, Oakle Paul-285 Pettey, Kathleen-337 Pettitt, John-107, 337 Pfeiffer, Dorothy-215 Pfieffer, Ioan--215, 338 Phelps, lean-221 Phillips, Ben-338 Phi ups, Carl I.-338 Pickett, NVilliam-338 Pieringer, Arthur-79, 297, 338 393 Personal Index Pigford, James-265, 372 Pigman, Richard-85, 338 Pigue, Carmen-213 Pinson, Mary Jane-211 Pinto, Juan-338 Pirri, John-338 Pirtle, Thomas-225 Planck, joe-277 Plesnar, Edward-338 Podkulski, William-252, 372 Poe, Thomas-338 Polites, Andrew-273, 372 Pollitte, Mary E.-215 Polston, Russell-230 Pope, Sammie-89, 372 Porter, Jesse-265 Porter, Richard-338 Porter, Shirley-372 Porter, Shirley Ann-217, 338 Porter, Thomas-285 Portmann, Stanley-243, 338 Postiglione, Carl J.--338 Potts, Frances R.-372 Potts, James-372 Poulouin, F rancis-268, 338 Powers, Nita Ruth-53, 145, 217, 338 Pressman, Donald-81, 293 Preston, Virginia-215 Prewitt, Alfred-257, 338 Prewitt, Edwina-223, 338 Price, Carroll-273 Priestley, Mary Lou-223, 372 Price, Thomas-338 Price, William R.-239 Prichard, Ioan B.-213, 338 Pritchard, john C.-237, 338 Pritchard, William-276, 338 Proffitt, John-168, 281 Proffitt, Louis-338 Pryor, Robert-268 Pulliam, I. P.-372 Pumphrey, Marian-57, 207, 372 Pum elly, William--338 Pllfdlgf, Marian-338 Purkel, Arthur-100 Puryear, Polly Ann-219 .. Q - Quigley, Elise N.-211 Qui len, William-338 ...R - Rabe, Alvin Richard-338 Radden, Carl Thomas-145, 243 Rafggignd, Thomas Martin-87, Ragland, William C,-125, 338 Raidt, Anita Anderson-213 Rains, Eugene D.-338 Rains, james Edward-338 Rainey, Vernon Lee-338 Ramsey, Frank-272 Raney, Harold Edwin-338 394 Raney, Marcheta-221, 372 Randle, Dorothy-207 Range, Clarence L.-236 Rankin, Edwin Elbert-284, 338 Rasmussen, Adolph Paul-233, 338 Rasnick, Rebecca I.-338 Rassinier, Paul F.-338 Ratcliff, Robert I.-252, 372 Ratliff, Myrtle M.-372 Ratliff, Thomas B.-338 Rau, Theodore S.-230, 338 Ravnsborg, Norman T.-338 Rawlings, Dan K.--284, 338 Ray, Earl B.-372 Read, Charles E.-79, 252, 338 Rebensdorf, Louis C.-231 Redd, Imogene-227, 372 Redden, Bi ly Eugene-338 Redden, Helen H.-372 Redwine, William R.-100 Reed, Charles B.-338 Reed, Earl P.-338 Reed, Hugh Brooks-338 Reed, Leslie E.-103, 108, 338 Reed, McKay-248, 341 Reed, Thomas Bull-341 Reed, William G.-372 Reeder, Cecil B.-341 Riest er, Iluanita-227 Rigau, I eana-341 Riggle, Bett Joyce-145, 341 Ri ey, Patrick E.-245, 341 Ringo, Joy Sarah-209 Risch, Donald G.-281 Risen, Patricia Ann-219 Risner, Calvin-341 Risner, Robert Newton-341 Ritte r, Clement-272, 375 Rivers, Ernest W.-103, 341 Robb, NVilliam C.-265, 375 Roberson, Billie Keel-341 Roberson, Ella H.-341 Roberson, Virginia G.-207 Rolrieftson, Richard Alfred-103, 3 Robertson, Richard E.-341 Robinson, Calvin Ray-236 Robinson David I.-293 Robinsonz Donald C.-341 Robinson, John Paul-341 Robgrgson, june Dolores-221, 3 Robinson, Robbie-53, 211, 341 Robinson, Samuel Fleming-341 Roddick, Diane D.-219 Rodes, William Dyer-273, 375 Rodzgfrs, Elizabeth Ann-221, 3 Rees, Carolyn C.-207 Reese, Edwin Eugene-157, 341 Regan, Herman D.-243, 341 Reid, Jack W.-264, 341 Rodgers, John Alden-273, 375 Rodgers, Martha Lee-209 Roeinele, Eugene C.-257, 375 Reid, Talitha-223, 372 Reynolds, Elizabeth Lois-96, 106, 169, 341 Reynolds, James Morris-233, 372 Reynolds, Kenneth Ray-291, 375 Reynolds, Mary Io-207, 375 Rhoads, Raymond G.-375 Rhodemyre, Richard F.-341 Rhodes, Roy W.-253, 375 Rhudy, Howard-341 Rice, Helen L.-341 Rice, john H.-245, 375 Rice, William H.-248 Rice, William K.-285, 375 Rice, VVilliam R.-341 Rich, Sue-223 Richards, Nancy I.-57, 215, 341 Richardson, Don R.-93, 265 Ricghfirdson, George W.-272, Richardson, Harold Edward- 103, 245, 341 Richardson Harold Evan-341 Richardson Herbert M.-277 Richterkessing, Ronna Lee- 225, 375 Riddle, Chesley WV.-273 Riddle, Lawrence Richard-281 Rid ell, Kathryn-215 Rid ey, Mary Jo-96, 106, 145, F 207, 341 Riel, Caroline Almira-97, 341 Rogers, Bemard G.-265, 375 ltoigggs, Charles B.-79, 297, Rogers, Charles Henry-265 Roggrs, Emmett Vinson-284, 3 1 Rogers, Emest M.-341 Rogers Igonald Walton--168, 1 's 264, Rogers, William Boyd-245, 375 Rollins, Elizabeth-213, 375 Romanowitz, Byron Foster--105, 264, 341 Romanowitz, Lois Iean-221 Roschi, John William-341 Rose, Harold Edison-256, 375 Rose, Raymond L,-269, 341 Root, Thomas F.-285 Roper, David Ardell-237 Ross, Don Carl-100, 341 Ross, Doris Jean-221 Ross Don las-265, 375 Ross: Elizaieth Ann-84, 213 Ross, Marion D.-125, 341 Ross, Richard-89, 341 Routt, Barbara A.-223 Roy, Robert Eugene-341 Roy, Samuel Curtis-341 Ro , Walter Lee-242, 341 Ruberg, Robert E.-103, 341 Rudy, john Joseph-265, 341 Rupgigel, Madhusudan J.-265, 3 Russell, Harriet Alexander-54, 21 9, 375 Russell, I-larry I.-341 Russell, Marion L.-217, Russman, Barbara Ann- -S... Saad, Paul A.-236, 375 Sahel, Peggy-215 Sacks, David-107, 111, Sachse, Priscilla-217 Sale, Cordon A.-342 Salisbury, George-342 Sallengs, Hershel-342 Samuel, Billy-107, 111, 342 Samuels, William-284 Sandefur, Gayle-223 Sanders, Curtis-342 Sanders, William-257 375 215 341 268, Sandner, James-242, 375 Sandusky, Lola I.-221 Sanford, Kim-213 Saunders, Iames W.-243, 375 Saunders. Richard-264, 342 Saufley, Zack-245 Sawyer, David-342 Shannon, Philip M.-243, 375 Sharp, Bonnie jean-213, 342 Sharpe, Charles-285, 342 Sharpe, Clarice-375 Shea, Thomas-239 Shearer, Robert-100, 375 Sheets, Feraldine-221, 342 Shelton, Steve-260, 342 Shelton, William-89, 375 Sherrow, Mar faret L.-209 Shiflet, Ronald'-272, 342 Shganjick, Mary E.-112, 213, Shoekey, Dorsa A.-87, 342 Shoemaker, Joseph-89, 342 Short, Patricia-342 Shupert, Bonnie-219 Siherry, Rohert-375 Siegfzel, Howard-342 Sig er, James-269, 342 Sigler, Mary Baxter-215, 375 Silas, Wyndon-342 Siler, Annette-54, 83, 96, 97, 211, 342 Silhanek, Frederick-277 Simmons, Sylvia-217 Simpson, Fa e-297 Steeve Sawyer, Thomas-55, 272, 342 Scalf, Anna-342 Schardein, Donald-280, 875 Scherer, Robert-256, 375 Schlossherg, Alvin-82, 342 Schmieder, David H.-104, 105 Schmidt, Dorothy-211, 342 Schmidt, Frederick-281, 342 Schmitt, Angela--375 Schoepf, joseph-100, 256 Schoolcraft, George-342 Schrader, Lynwood-297, 375 Schreyer, William-342 Schroeder, Billy Joe-342 Schulenherg, VVilliam-342 Schulte, Richard-87, 342 Schuppert, William-342 Schureck, Raymon-108, 342 Schuster, Lloyd-293, 342 Scohee, Sarah-223, 375 Scott, Eugene-277, 342 Scott, Gloria-57 Scott, Nancy-342 Scriyger, Edward-53, 94, 272, 3 Scroggins, Charles K.-55, 256, 342 Seaman, Frank-55, 245, 342 Segal? Dorothy-96, 106, 217, Sebastian, Mary E.-342 Seiller, Bill V.-248 Sell, William-342 Selwitz, Harvey-342 Semonin, William-256, 375 Senior, Kenneth-342 Senior, Mary Ellen-342 Sewell, Patricia-209, 375 Shaffer, james-145, 230, 342 Shaffer, Margaret-88, 342 Shank. Dolores-209 Shanklin, Barbara-57, 223, 342 .y H Simpson, Henry C.-285, 342 Simpson, Henry W.-111, 342 Simpson, Mary F orrest-57, 221 Simpson, Robert-236, 375 Simpson, Thomas-236, 342 Sims, Thomas-89, 345 Personal lnclex Snidow, Jeannette-223 Snow, jack-345 Snow, Roger-162, 168, 242, 376 Snyder, Mary Carolyn-376 Sn der, William-93, 104, 249 Solimer, Henry-293, 345 Sonnahend, Judy-226 Southall, Ro vert-248, 376 Sowder, WVilliam-237, 376 Sparks, C. J.-236, 376 Sparks, Joanne-215, 376 Spain, Thomas-103, 280, 345 Spalding, Henry-345 Spaulding, Richard-81, 345 Specht, Clifford-345 Specht, Joan-345 Spellman, Richard-345 Spilman, William-245, 345 Spinks, John-290, 345 Spoonhmore, Donald-376 Spragens, Bett Lee-345 Sproston, Ralph-87, 111, 345 Stadelman, Paul-345 Stafford, Walker-345 Stam Jer, Clifford-269, 376 Stanslnury, Alice-219, 376 Stapleton, Lucille-345 Stapleton, Robert-345 Siria, Gilbert-280, 345 Sither, Gilbert-375 Sither, William-239, 375 Skeens, Roy Isl.-345 Skinner, Kenneth-260, 375 Skinner, Thomas-375 Slinker, Hen -345 - Stapp, Irvine-248, 345 Stapp, William-345 Statham, Laurel-269 Stears, Juel H.-231 Steele, Steele, Steely, 345 Steen, Marilyn-169, 211 Martha-376 Andrew-85, 125, 285, Jack-345 Steers, jack-105, 345 s, Nancy-207 Slone, Donali-ll-284 Slone, Ezra-345 Slone, Orville-345 Slone, Woodrow--345 Slusher, G. Therese-375 Slusher, Gerald-253 Slusher, William-281, 375 Steger, Otha V.-345 Stephens, Bernard-264, 376 Stephens, Joyce-223 Stephens, Rohert-103, 243, 345 Stephenson, Anna-345 Stewart, Clell-345 Stewart, james B.-248, 345 Smith, Smith, Barbara S.-223 Charles-345 Smith, Charles 11.-345 Smith, Don E.-53, 257 Smith, Dorothy E.-345 Smith, Elizabeth-223 Smith, Cordon M.-276, 345 Smith, Helen L.-345 Smith, Howard-345 Smith, Linda-53, 54, 213, 345 Smith, Lester-53, 103, 345 Smith, M. Carol-223, 375 Smith, Nathan R.-375 Smith, Ollie-345 Smith, Ralph-236, 345 Smith, Samuel-103, 345 Smith, Tom Roger-81, 277, 345 Smith, William-345 Smith, Yvonne-345 Smock, Napoleon Mitchell-243 Smoot, Paul N.-125, 345 Stewart, james E.-276, 376 Stikeleather, Omer L.-81, 233 345 Stille, Harry-376 Stilz, Ruth Louise-78, 84, 209 Stivers, Barhara-221 Stoll, Betty-219, 346 Stoll, Richard-268, 346 Stone, Stone, Stone, Stone, Stone, Stone, George-245 George-346 Janet D.-215 Marian E.-219, 376 Roy-284, 846 R. H.-89, 346 Strauh, Charles-346 Strode, Mary Ianuary-219 Street, John S.-231, 346 Streets, Harold M.-100, 346 Strickland, Paul-346 Strickler, Elizaheth-207, 346 Strouhe, Edward-53, 79, 145 230, 346 395 Personal lndex Strunk, Loran-346 Stumbo, Mazel-346 Stumbo, Peggy-376 Sturm, Evan-293, 376 Sublett, john W.-100, 346 Sullivan, jack L.-101, 376 Sult, Robert Lee-289, 346 Sutherland, Harold-346 Suttles, jack-346 Sutton, llarry S.-346 Sutton, Paul-287, 346 Swayze, Suzanne-211 Swieterman, Robert Paul-268, 346 Swift, Ruth L,-211 Swint, Margery j,-211, 346 -T- Tabb, Thomas-125, 277. 3-I6 Tackett, Eddie-252, 346 Talbert, Rosa M.-223, 346 Talbot, Betty Lois-209, 376 Tapscott, Robert-233 Tarpley, Martha-83, 376 Tilton, Virginia-223, 346 Timmons, llayden-79, 346 Timmons, Thomas-265, 376 Tipton, Betty Lee-215, 376 Todd, Bosworth-94, 272, 376 Todd, Virginia-219 Todd, james-284, 376 Tomey, Richard-248, 376 Toms, Margaret-219, 349 Toombs, Lou-221, l45 Topor, Stephen-349 Townsend, Robert-284, 349 Tracy, Ann-215, 376 Trebolo, Ed-349 Trefz, Ruth-145, 211, 376 Trent, WVillia1n-349 Trimble, Montjoy-243 Truitt, Calvin-349 Truitt. john-286, 376 Tsubaki, Taneko-78 Tucker Charles-100, 248, 376 Tucker, Lester-376 Tucker, Mary Il.-221 Tucker, Ray E.-349 Tucker, VVacilyn-221 Tucker. VVilliam-79, 297, 376 Teater T arter, Roscoe-103, 346 T arter, janeice-376 Taylor, Arnold-231, 346 Taylor Betty j.-227 Taylor Carol n-221, 376 Taylor Claucle-104, 376 Taylor, Daniel-256, 346 Taylor, Dudley-89, 346 Taylor Ernest-346 Taylor, Frances-221 Taylor, james P.-125, 346 Taylor, john-285 Taylor, Nathan-273 Taylor, Sarah-219 Taylor Waitman-248. 346 Robert-79 297. 34K - I Tulkoff, Myer--103. 293, 376 Tully, Rosemary-221 Turner, Betty jo-169, 376 Turner, Carl WV.-94, 162, 242, 376 Turner, Gardner-245. 376 Turner, Mary Ann-217 Turner, Roy S.-230, 376 Tuttle, Robert-349 Tye, jane Ellen-349 Tyrolcr, Charles M.-81, 162, 293, 349 Tempest, Sylvia-97, 346 Temple, Richard-346 Tetzel, Ellen-223 Tharp, A. G.-346 'rharp,J0hn-125,242,346 Thatcher, Lillian--346 Thornbury, Dorothy-209, 376 T homas, jo Anne-97 Thomas, Kenneth-346 .. U .- Underwood, joseph P.-256, 376 Usher, YVilliam A.-242, 349 .. V .. Valentine, XVilliam B.-349 ll'lAl'Sd111 uncs NV 349 joan-78, 84 Thomas, Omerea-215 Thompson Ertle-346 Thompson Gary-287 Thompson james-162, 168, 376 Thompson, Thompson, Nancy-221 Thompson, Richard-280, 346 Thom mson, Rodney-103, 346 Thornliill, Gene-260 Thorp, Randall-276, 346 Thrailkill, George-376 Threlkeld, john-346 Tiao, Hui-346 Tiehenor, Carroll-157, 346 Tiehenor, Lee-346 Tiehenor, Robert-125, 264, 346 T ietycn, john-290 396 V1 Q 1 , ji 2: .-- . VanBeber, Ben M.-87, 111, 349 VanBeber, Martha j.-217 Vance, Francis-84, 223 Vance, Mildred L.-349 Van Deren, Charlotte-78, 84, 223 Van Meter, Mary M.-223 Van Meter, Maurice R.-287, 376 Vantrease, Mary O.-209 VanWinkle, Charles A.-349 Varney, William Y.-349 Vaughan, Betty j.-211, 349 Vaughn, joyce-349 Vauglm, Robert D.-125, 349 Vickers, Grover WV.-349 Vines, Robert L.-237, 349 Vittitow, Robert K.-233, 376 ..w... NVagers, Albert C.-349 Wagers, Lydia McKee-213, 376 Xvagner, Ray Frederick-253, 376 XVagoner, Robert E.-269, 376 NValclen, Cecil D.-103, 376 NValker, james WVillia1n-285 NValker, Polly-209, 379 Walker, Ronald Payne-265, 349 Walker, XVilliam King-125, 349 NVallaee, jay Richard-280, 379 Wallingford, joyee-215 Walls, VVilliam Roy-285, 379 XValsh, Eva Florine-54, 293, 349 XValter, Lota-57 Walters, Lowell Thomas-231 NValters. NVilliam Thomas-349 XValthall, Dorothy Ann-207, 349 NValton, jolm Brady-231, 379 NVanless, Margaret Ann-209 Ward, Charles Haynes-87, 349 VVard, james R.-349 NVarcl, Lucy May-223 X'Varcl, Peggy Naomi-215 NVare, Donald K.-89, 349 XVAIITICT, Sherman Gayle-268, 349 Warren, Daniel llerman-248, 379 WVarren, jean Brent-54, 145, 215, 349 NVarren, Karl john-248, 349 NVarren, Phyllis-221, 349 Wash, William Bishop-297 NVathen, joseph Ford-248, 349 VVatkins, llayclen-349 VVatlington. Nancy-293, 349 NVatson, Charlotte jean-54, 211,349 WVatson, Emmett R.-349 NVatson, llarold Edward-349 NVatson, Henry-103, 349 VVatson, Richard Armisteacl- 230, 349 WVatt, Clarence Lee-103, 349 VVatts, Gene Tuney-349 WVatts, William Norton-233 Wayman, Barbara Lee-217, 379 Weaver, Doris jean-221 Webb, Betty jane-225, 379 Webb, jane Allen-83, 213, 379 Weber, Herman M.-261, 379 WVeber, Kathryn-83, 217, 349 NVebster, Beryl Mae-219 Wechsler, Donald Perry-265 VVedding. james R.-349 Weeks, Guy E.-349 NVeesner, Barbara-213 XVehrle, john Bernard-349 XVeide, Katherine-379 XVeisenherg, Sol-293, 379 NVelch, xvlllllllll Lee-268, 379 XVeldon, Rohert L.-85, 379 XVendeln, Cyril-379 NVQ-st, Eula Lee-379 XVest, Frances Cox-217 xvl'StCl'l11l1l1, Annette'-227 XVeinherg. Arthur Franklin- 293, 350 XVeleh, john D.-100, 350 XVeller, George Morton-350 XVells, james Douglas-350 XVells, NVilliani Lloyd-350 W'est, Charles B.-79. 350 XVest, Eugene M.-58, 350 XVest, Kenneth Keith-281. 350 West, Mary jane-223, 350 NVest, Mary jo-207, 350 NVest. Nancy XVillialns-145, 169, 350 NVest. 1Villian1 Burton-350 XVestfall, john Mordecai-350 1Vhalen. Allen j.-233, 379 Wheat, Earl 'I'ho1nas-281, 379 Vllheeler, Betty Mae-209 NVheeler, Claude E.-350 Wheeler, Peggy jane-207 Whipple, Nelson Frank-243 VVhisman. Leslie Tlioinas-350 XVhite. Clarence XValter-107, 350 YVhile, Elizaheth Irene-145, OIC, .. . , 379 XVhite, Carey Lee-350 XVhite, llenry Dulin-265, 2379 YVhite, VV hi te, Kyle ii.-350 auth-97, 550 XVilhoit, jack-269 Williams, Ann S.-145, 379 YV1ll1ill11S, Barbara j.-217 NVilliams, Daniel-350 XVlll1ll11lS, Guy XV.-350 NVi11iams, Hezzie-379 NVilliams, jackson XV.-350 XVilliains, jesse E.-284, 350 XV1ll12llllS, john Patton-264, 379 hVlll1kll11S, Mary B.-209 XVilliauis, Robert-296, 379 XVilliamson, jean Aliee-215, 379 XVllllil111SOl1, XVilliaui-1 62, 287. 379 XVil1is, james WV.-350 VVillis, Omar ll.-350 XVillis, '1'hemas-89, 350 XVills, Charles 11.-230, 350 1Vilson, Alma L.-211, 379 XVilson, Charles D.-125, 350 YVilson , David S.-107. 245, 350 XVilson, Donald Dean-268, 879 X'Vilson, Dorothy-207, 379 Xvilson, Edmou-245 NVilson, llarold D.-28-1, 2379 XVilson, james S.-231 Wilson, Lois-D350 Wilson, Margaret' L.-168, 350 NVilson NVi lson 350 , Martha Ann-2.19, 379 , Ralph O.-81, 239 NVilson, XVilla D.-209. 350 VVilson, XfVilliam j.-379 NViltz, john E.-379 VVinburn, Anne S.-223, 2379 Personal Index XVood, llohcrt Keith-268, 379 xVO0C11ll'Cl, Robert C.-353 Woodford, Mamie-2353 XVoodhead, David-162, 243 Woods, Lewis-853 XVogdward, Charles E.-276, S. :3 Woods, Anne 11.-54, 207, 379 XVoolum, Odus C.-353 NVorley, Ansel-35:3 XV right, Charles-231, 379 NVright, Dale-353 NVright, llubert-249. 353 W right, jesse L.-162 NVright, Paul-55, 162, 287, 379 NVright, lVilliam-379 W rightson, Alan-S79 XVya1t, jane Atehinson-215, Whitehouse, William-264, 2350 XVhiteker, MeElwyn-350 XVhiteketlle. lloward-350 XVhitiner, Katherine-I I2, 350 W'hitson. llllylllllllll-291 1Vhitt, Burl-379 VVhittenherg, llarris-162, 276, 379 1V1CCllII0l', Frank-269, 379 NViesinan, Anne M.-350 VVilbers, Lawrence C.-11 l. 2350 NVi1horn, Thomas-245, 379 Wilder, Gillis l'l.--350 Wilkinson, james B.-350 YVillett, Bernard A. Il.-58, 104, 107, 111, 350 VVillhitc, Mary L.-227 NVish, Daniel-296 WVithers, Louis-107, III, 850 X'Vitt, Robert-850 VVitten, Edna E.-106, 2.17, 379 NVol1lstei11, Richard-55, 125, 353 XVylie, Charles-272 ...Y.. Yaekowsky, Michael F.-2557, 353 Yadon, 'l'houias E.-105. 273 Yager, julie I".-223. 3523 Yankee, VVoodford-261, 3553 Yates, Mar A.-353 Yates, Bohlgie j.-145, 211, 379 Yates, Eleanor j.-169, 209, 379 Yates, VVillian1-280, 379 Yates, Yvonne-219 Yeary, :379 Yessin, Charles M.-162, 276, llinda-379 Yoinnan, Marilyn A.-209 Young, Young, Young, Young, Charles E.-353 llarold E.-2358 Laura j.-145, 353 Mary L.-213, 353 287, 850 Wolf, jane-213 Wolfe, Edward-2-18, 379 Wombwell, George-93, 273 XVood, Alvall R.-350 VVood, Donald-100, 379 XVood, Dorothy L.-219, 379 XVood, Leonard E.-269, 350 lrVood, Mattie McIntyre-213, 350 NVood, Robert--350 Younger, joseph j.--379 Yunker, Sylvester j.-245 Yunt, Nancy 13.-211 ...Z-. Zeiden, Melvin-82, 379 Zoellers, Xvlllllllll XV.-353 Zuckerman, Leonard-295, 353 Zuckerman, Myron-293 397 Page lndex Alma Magna Mater ...... Alpha Delta Pi .............. Alpha Gamma Delta .... Alpha Gamma Rho ........... Alpha Lambda Delta ........ Alpha Phi Omefa .......... Alpha Sigma Pii ....... Alpha Tau Omega ........ Alpha Xi Delta .......... Alpha Zeta ................... 114 206-207 208-209 228-231 78 . 80-81 232-233 234-237 210-2 1 1 Alpha Zeta Omega .................................. .......,. 8 2 American Pharmaceutical Association .............. 115 Arnold Air Society ..............,.................... ....... 1 16 Baeteriologieal Society .......................... ....... 1 17 Band .................................. Baptist Student Union ..... Beauty Queens .............. Barnett ............... Blake ......... Cox ............... MeVey ............ Romanowitz .... Van Meter ...... Wilson ......... Beta Sigma Rho ......... Block and Bridle .........,. Board of Publications ...... Boyd Hall ...................... Canterbury Club .............. Chamber of Commerce .... Chi Delta Phi ................ Chi Omega ................. Choristers ................... Civil Engineers .............. Cosmopolitan Club ....... Cwens ......................... Dairy Club ............. Dean of Men Deans ............ Deans of Women Delta Chi ............... Delta Delta Delta ...... . ............ 70 156-157 40-49 42 46 47 45 44 48 49 ffffff."296 124 so 300 158 125 212-213 118-119 126 84 128-129 8-9 238-239 214-2 15 Delta Sigma Pi ....................... ............... 8 5 Delta Tau Delta ....................,.... ....... Delta Zeta .................................... 240-243 216- 217 Disciples Student Fellowship ....... ....... 1 52 Donovan ............ ..... .... . ....... Dutch Lunch Club .................... .............. 1 27 Electrical Engineers ..............,........ ....... 1 20-121 Engineering Student Council ....... ..,......... 5 8 Eta Kappa Nu ............................ ....... 8 6-87 Farm House ............................. ....... 2 97 130 4-H Club ,.... ......................... rcshm in Club 167 F '. 2 ....................... ....... Future Teachers of America ...... ....... 1 31 227 Hamilton House ..................... ....... Hardin County Club ........ ....... 1 32 Hillel Foundation ................ ....... 1 60 Home Economics Club ....... ....... 1 33 Horticulture Club ................... ....... 1 34 House Presidents Council ....... ...... 5 7 Interfaith Council .....,.......... ..... 5 9 Interfraternity Council ........ ......... 5 5 Intramurals ....................... ..... 2 02 Jewell Annex ................. Jewell Hall ....... Iuniors .......... K Book .......... K Club .................... Kappa Alpha .............. Kappa Alpha Theta ...... Kappa Delta ....,................ Kappa Kappa Gamma ......... Kappa Psi .............,. .......... Kappa Sigma ................. Kentuckian .................... Kentucky Engineer ...... 303 301 354-379 68 135 244-245 218-219 220-221 222-223 88-89 246-249 .. 62-63 66 Kentucky Kernel ............. Kentucky Law Ioumal .... Keys ...,............................ Lambda Chi Alpha ....... 64-65 . ........ 67 .. ..... 91-93 250-253 Lamp and Cross ................. ........... 9 0 Lanecs ................................... ....... 9 4 Lances Carnival ........................ ........ 9 5 League of Women Voters ...... ...... 1 36 Lydia Brown House .............. McDowell House .......... ..... Mechanical Engineers ....... Men's Glee Club ............ Mixed Chorus .............. Mortar Board ........... Newman Club ............ Northern Extension ....... Norwood Society ............ Omicron Delta Kappa ..... Outing Club ........... . ........... Panhe lenie Council .............. Patterson Hall .................. Patterson Literary Society Pershing Rit1es ...................... Phalanx ............................... Phi Alpha Delta ..... Phi Beta ................ Phi Delta Chi ....... Phi Delta Phi ....... Phi Delta Theta ,..... Phi Eta Sigma ..... Phi Kappa Tau ..... Phi Mu Alpha ............ Phi Sigma Kappa ........... Phi Upsilon Omicron ...... Pi Kappa Alpha ............. Pi Tau Sigma ................. Pitkin Club ......................... 303 303 122 72 75 96 161 152-153 123 . ...... 98-99 137 54 302 138 ffffff 140 162 100 97 101 102-103 254-257 104 258-261 105 262-265 106 266-269 107 163 Professor of the Year .......... .......... 7 Pryor Pre-Med Society ....,... Radio Studios ..................... Rho Chi .......................... Sadie Hawkins' Day ....... Sayre Hall ...................... Scabbard and Blade ...... Seniors .................... Sigma Alpha Epsilon .....,. Sigma Chi .... . ....... .... . .. .... Sigma Gamma Epsilon Sigma Nu ......................... Sigma Phi Epsilon ......... Sports ........................................... ..... Student Bar Association ................ Student Government Association 303 139 76 108 92-93 141 304-352 270-273 274-277 109 278-281 282-285 170-203 9 14.. 52-53 Student Life ................................,... ...... 1 0-39 Student Union Board ................... ....... Suky ............................... Symphony Orchestra ..... Tau Alpha Pi .............. Tau Beta Pi ............ Tau Kappa Alpha ........... Tau Kappa Epsilon ....... Tau Sigma ................... Theta Sigma Phi ..... Theta Xi ................... Triangle ...................... Troupers ......................... Upperclass Fellowship ....... ....... WAA ............................... Wesley Foundation ........... ..... Westminster Fellowship ...... White Math Club ................ 56 144-145 71 226 110-111 143 286-287 146-147 .........,112 298 288-291 148-149 167 150-151 164-165 166 154 Women's Glee Club ......... ........ 7 4 YMCA Cabinet ............... YWCA Cabinet ....... Zeta Beta Tau .......... Zeta Tau Alpha ........ 168 169 292-295 224-225 tx .1 41.2 o xx ll! ,, Q, wif ,X 1 ., 4 .. A J, , Ei, gp ' ii. . N 2 Q, rv v if abttw if it 4 9 P+ . 4 704 b'o'4" Q 4 -0 o 0 Vis' i'Q'o'o' fbyf o'o'O'4 o Q o 9 5 4 e'o'o'K.5s ' 0 v 9 84 5:-:dp gan .5 0 r O's'J 'ved r'oQ'd .039 13' 9 9 0 4 9 ,Q Q Qs ,go A . K 49.045210 'I "" H FEE: .,:.Z' , . ,,, 4. an 53 -'H q' .v redo EEA 0? 0 O -1-'- .--':::2.,- ----- The editors in carefree moods--reverting to type! Sports Ed Armstrong gets into position, while Business Manager Dorr literally juggles the cash. Managing Ed Tyroler breaks the rulers, Assistant Business Manager Bere tries to dispose of remaining glue, Art Ed Nakdimen cuts out paper dolls, and Editor Shinnick finishes off the rubber cement-The 1951 Kentuckian has gone to pressl A Word Cf Appreciation A great many days and sleepless nights have been spent in publishing the 1951 Kentuckian. Every page in this book is a milestone, to the staff at least, in the achievement of the finished product. The staff who worked so long and so hard during the year, and their Christmas and mid-semester vacations, cannot be thanked enough. Thanks must go particularly to those loyal members who carried on while the editor was down with virus pneumonia. NVe sincerely hope you like the 1951 Kentuckian -it is your book. We have enjoyed every minute of it- particularly these minutes when it is nearest completion. Despite the many difficulties and problems that arose during the year, the spirit of cooperation has carried the staff and the Kentuckian to publication. Om' sincere thanks go to Dr. Plummer, whose advice and help made the book possible. VVe would like also to thank Mr. Powers Jones who advised us financially. Individual pictures were taken by the Jean Sardou Studios of New York, and the Beauty Queen portraits were taken by Lafayette Studios in Lexington. Mack Hughes and his staff took the informal pictures, and we are grateful for their help and patience. NVe would like to thank Miss Rasdall for the use of the Y-Lounge in the Student Union Building last fall, when the individual pictures were taken. We hope we didn't inconvenience the Y too much. We would also like to thank the Public Relations department for the loan of several pictures. 399 Long snlla-ring.: :nl-nllmc-rs ol' llw K4-rnvl l'rl-ss Stull., Wllo print llw KlYllllll'lililIl. lmll lo Ylgllli C,ln4n'll-s llogvrson, Xl, ID. 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