University of Kentucky - Kentuckian Yearbook (Lexington, KY)
- Class of 1953
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The University of Kentucky campus is
only a small part of the United States and
of the state of Kentucky, yet there are
within this area that comprises the Uni-
versity of Kentucky all the things that
have made the country and state great.
The University is a training ground for
tomorrow's citizens, it is here they learn
the concepts and traditions that have
made possible the growth of our country,
so that when they leave, they will be
fitted to be citizens of the United States
and Kentucky, even as they have been
citizens of their University.
That they may never forget their life
here on the campus, we present this, the
1953 KENTUCKIAN, for the students of
the University of Kentucky.
Leaning trees, the lover's legend
The University of Kentucky is rich in
tradition, for every institution must have
those things that are individual to it alone.
The things that are reverenced through
beauty, honor, dignity, or sentimentg the
things that are remembered when college
days are over.
Memorial Hall has become the symbol
of the University to all who pass through
its majestic white columns or set their
watches by the tower clock and its chimes.
Memorial Hall and many other buildings
have seen .the styles and the tempo of the
times changeg but they themselves remain
the sameg symbols of the educational cen-
ter of the state and of traditions that will
and should be carried on ....
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Modern as tomorrow
Our university has taken on a new look as she
has continued to grow. The many new build-
ings have given it a new and modern look physi-
cally. But, it is not the buildings alone that
make our university modern, it is a thing that
cannot be photographed, the minds of men.
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new attitude and approach to higher learning.
In effect, we have a kind of student, a man who
sees college as a means to an end rather than
the end itself, a man whose chosen field is most
likely measured in degree of opportunity, a man
who is not content to simply drift. Where he
has seen need, he has spoken up or has taken
direct action. Of tradition and the collegiate
mode of life, he has accepted part, rejected part
and developed still more.
With growth we have mass education. Tim-
ing and farsightedness are requisite. There, the
executive leadership has observed and has taken
Finally, we have the spirit of the people of our
state and nation. Today, they fully realize that
education is the bulwark of our way of life and
the foundation for an even greater America.
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WBKY, student operated
The University of Kentucky is demo-
cratic in spirit. A university is the leader
of the people in its stateg it 'sets the stand-
ards and formulates the concepts of de-
mocracy that its people will have.
In the University this year, We have
students from farms and cities, from many
states and foreign countries. Good edu-
cation Without good citizens is valuelessg
for a university can only he called great
when it recognizes the needs and capa-
bilities of each and every student and ac-
cords him his deserved place.
Thus the need for a democratic spirit . . .
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The University of Kentucky is spirited
and triumphant through loyalty. Love
for one,s schoolg a feeling of pride in its ac-
complishmentsg and joy and anticipation
in its possibilities for the future-these are
the things that make a school live and
occupy a place in the hearts of its students.
Called school spirit or loyalty, it means
that no university can make any real prog-
ress or contribution to its country or to
its state without the cooperation of its
The University of Kentucky is a great
university-rich in tradition, modern as to-
morrow, democratic in spirit, triumphant
through loyalty-the future of the state of
Kentucky is the future of its University.
Man dug those CRAZY Ronsons!
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We Wish to dedicate this, the 1953 KENTUCKIAN, to
MISS MARGUERITE MCLAUGHLIN, Whose efforts have
contributed and are contributing to the progress of the Univer-
sity of Kentucky.
Miss Margie, graduated from UK in 1903, was an in-
structor in the School of Journalism from 1914 until her re-
assignment last year. Miss Margie is one of the best known and
best loved persons among students, faculty, and alumni.
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Kentucky is a land of beauti-
ful women. No one who saw
the array of loveliness on Me-
morial Hall stage this year
could deny this. With 19 grace-
ful girls gliding past them, the
judges were lost in a confusion
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an excellent job in selecting the
queen, Gay Hamilton, and her
attendants, and We are greatly
indebted to them for 'their
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sored by Lamp and Cross and
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A With Pride, We Present . . .
THE j1953 KENTUCKIAN QUEEN
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weekend of them all, with
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Alma Mater. House deco-
rations sprouted up like
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shaking, and reminiscing
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festivities. The fraternities
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houses and parties. The
Alumni Association spon-
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dent Union and a dance in
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ette Hotel. Dr. and Mrs.
Donovan welcomed guests
with a tea in their home
following the game with
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Homecoming was highlighted by an
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Time out comes in work and study as
Well as in football games. It takes those
extra points made at dances and parties,
in shows and concerts to make the pic-
ture of the year complete.
From the strains of "On On U of K" in
the fall to the refrain of "Good Night
Sweetheartv at the spring formals the
memories of fun and laughter shared
this year will go on. No one will forget
the bridge games, the coke parties, and
the old fashioned get-togethers with the
gang on Friday afternoons.
When the whistle blows at the end of
another year, there will be plenty of
dates, people, and places remembered
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knows that these times of happiness
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term papers which require reading every book in the
bu1ld1ng and the supply of midmght oil runs low after
the first few quizzes But with pencils behind our ears
and glasses perched on our noses we diligently aspire
to the methods of higher learning.
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into our heads because from contemplation one be-
comes wise, but knowledge only comes from study.
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LEO M. CHAMBERLAIN
RICHARD L. TUTHILL
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DR. A. D. KIRWAN
Dean of Students
MRS. SARAH B. HOLMES
Dean of Women
MISS JANE HASELDEN
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The Student Government Association 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, women by a
Women's Self-Governing System.
The constitution of the Student Government As-
sociation was drawn up in the spring of 1939 and
went into effect in September of the same year when
it was ratified by the student body. This constitution
was revised in 1943 and the revised constitution is
now in effect.
The Student Government Assembly is composed of
the president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and
twenty-nine members selected by and from the var-
ious collcges at elections held during the first and
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The president and secretary of the Student Union
Board, and the president and secretary of the House
Presidents Council are ex-ollicio non-voting members.
Three non-voting faculty members are recommended
by the Assembly and appointed by the University fac-
ulty to attend the Assembly meetings. These faculty
members for the past year were A. D. Kirwan, Lee
Townsend, and I. S. Horine.
Oil-icers: George Lawson, president, Pat Patterson,
vice-president, jane Stockton, secretary, and Henry
Members: Ed Berry, Iim Bradbury, Pete Carter,
Alice Clayton, Wayne Carrol, Jack Early, Bill Gatton,
T. I. Glasseock, Robie Hackworth, Paul Ilolleman, Vu
Tam Ich, Bob Jones, Dodgie King, James Kostes, Jim
McCurry, Elaine Moore, Pat Moore, Henry Neel,
Charles Ncgley, Abdel Nour, Zoe Parker, John Red-
den, John Robertson, Dick Rushing, Suzie Swayzc,
Iane Truitt, and Fred Williams.
Glasscoclc Carter, Hollemarlu Kirwan, Neel, Kostas, Jones, Berry, Hackwortlr, McCurry, Williams
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Dean L. I. Horlacher direct
the College of Agriculture
and Home Economics. The
College is primarily an insti-
tution to serve rural people.
The College is successfully
aiding rural people and has
developed an educational
procedure that fits students
to assume responsibilities in
various aspects of rural, as
well as urban life. The aim of
the College is to educate
young men and women for
careers as useful citizens and
leaders in all phases of agri-
culture and home economics.
This may be on the farm, in
the home, extension work,
teaching, nutrition, research,
commercial Work, or any oth-
er Work that requires knowl-
edge of the place that agri-
culture and home economics
have in the World today.
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Hurtmnn, Brown, Robertson, Pedigo, Norvell, Soulcyrcttc
The Agronomy Club was installed on cam-
pus in 1938, with membership open to all
Students interested in agronomy. The pur-
poses are to stimulate interest in agronomy,
to foster a spirit of cooperation, to provide
Opportunities, and to correlate activities.
The officers for the year were John Norvell,
president, B. T. Robertson, vice-president,
Dick Pedigo, secretary, Adlie Brown, treas-
urerg Paul Burris, corresponding secretary,
and Jack Taylor, reporter.
The Agronomy Club is the Student Activi-
ties Section of the Agronomic Education Di-
vision of the American Society of Agronomy.
William Survant and Roy Sagifus are faculty
Actives: Elmer Boggs, Paul Burris, Adlie
Brown, Walter Edison, Ronald Froedge,
Henry Hartman, John Norvell, Dick Pedigo,
B. T. Robertson, Bob Shipp, Dumont Souley-
rette, jack Taylor, Dot Walden.
Pledges: Emil Bless, Jesse Shipp, James
Smith, Raymond Wilson, jack Winstead.
Bradford, Hnmm, Collins, Armstrong, Utz, Card
Williams, Herndon, Hopkins, Wente, Plummer, Wilson, Keck, Ernst
Fuchs, Greer, Ellison, Rust, Brough, Guthrie, Perkins, Small, White, Turpin
Dickson, Hatfield, Carter, Winstend, Witten, Mitchell, Mattingly, Carpenter, Slagel, McKenney
Alpha Zeta, agriculture honorary fraternity,
was founded at Columbus, Ohio, in 1897.
Scovell Chapter was installed at the Univer-
sity of Kentucky in 1912.
Faculty advisors include Dr. Dana C. Card,
Prof. L. A. Bradford, and Dr. William G.
Survant. There are over sixty former mem-
bers of Alpha Zeta on the teaching staff and
in agricultural research and extension.
Officers for the year were Stanley Dickson,
chancellor, Miles Mattingly, censor, Ioe W.
Rust, scribe, John Ernest, treasurer, and Thur-
man Hopkins, chronicler.
The purpose of Alpha Zeta is to encourage
and develop the actual and potential leader-
ship in the field of agriculture.
Members: James Carpenter, Miles Mattingly, Lloyd
Mitchell, Rollie Graves, Paul T. Hamm, Harrod Col-
lins, Emery Keck, Ir., Danna Griffin, John Wentc,
Luther Small, Fielding Williams, Joe Rust, Stanley
Dickson, Gene Rawlings, Thurman Hopkins, Alvin
Egbert, Robert Carter, Walter Ellison, Edward Fuchs,
Iohn Ernest, Jack Winstead, Melbourne Brough, Orel
Lee Plummer, Joe Armstrong, D. H. Boyd, Donald
Slogel, Raymond Wilson, Sidney White, Marvin
Greer, Fred Williams, Charles Witten, Tom McKen-
ney, Tom Herndon, Frank Gutheril, Joe Turpin,
Charles Perkins, Albert Hatfield, Alan Utz, Ir.
Cross, Rebensdorf, Cox, M., McConnick, McCoy, McKinney, l-lintt, Cocnnougher, Hall Keck, Emmick
Taylor, Rust, Fuchs, Helley, Tash, Knight, Perkins, Mullins, Pearce, Moore
Walton, Riley, Crowe, Selby, Snile, Lorch, Jones, Cox, W., Nutt, White
Block and Bridle
The Block and Bridle Club was founded in Chi-
cago, Illinois, in 1919 and was installed on campus in
1922. Faculty advisor is Dr. P. G. Woolfolk, and
members in faculty are Dr. James Kemp, Dr. W. P.
Garrigus, Prof. Kob Ryen, Strother Mitchell, Henry
Moxley, J. Lindsey Nunn, George Swinebroad, Har-
old Barber, Henry Besuden, Ray Hopper, V. V.
Cooke, Brownell Combs, B. C. Cotton, Henry Fischer,
Officers for the year were M. Ward Crowe, presi-
dent, Van Nutt, vice-president, Edward A. Fuchs,
secretary, Jean Saile, treasurer, and John Taylor, Mar-
The purpose of Block and Bridle is: "First, to pro-
mote a higher scholastic standing among the stu-
dents of animal husbandry, second, to promote ani-
mal husbandry, especially all phases of student ani-
mal husbandry work in colleges and universities,
third, to bring about a closer relationship between
students, faculty, and others engaged in animal hus-
Members: E. G. Adams, Jimmy Carson, William J.
Cox, Tony Cocanougher, Trosper Combs, Marion Cox,
John Cross, Stanley Dickson, John Emmick, Carl
Fischer, Jr., Louis Flowers, Marie Coggins, Robert
Hall, Edward Hayes, Marion K. Haydon, Jack Heller,
Tom Herndon, Andrew Hiatt, Thurman Hopkins, Bob
Jones, Edgar Kash, Jr., Emery Keck, Jr., Warren
Knight, Eoise Lorch, Glen McCormack, Malcolm
McCoy, John McMurtry, Bowen McKinney, Gerald
Mayer, Henry Meyer, Stanley B. Moore, Auttis M.
Mullins, Jack Millikan, Charles Perkins, Bruce Pearce,
Louis Rebensdorf, Dick Riley, Joe Rust, Lois Selby,
Thomas Streeter, Joe Turpin, John Walton, Sidney
White, and Jack Wise.
Lawson, Williams, McGee, Herbst, Bnstin, Witten, Iones
Wintc, Greer, Fuchs, Ellis, Denton, Hamhlin, Langford, Herndon, Woeste, Combs
Rust, Brough, Milliknn, Sims, Stuinhnuser, Terhunc, Hopper, Mitchell
The Dairy Club was founded on campus in
1933. Faculty advisors are Mr. Garland Bas-
tin and Dr. T. R. Freeman. The purpose of
the club is to promote interest in dairying and
fellowship among students in dairy courses
at the University and to prompt dairy judging
Oflicers for the year were Joe W. Rust,
president, Marcus Hopper, vice-president,
Robert Herbst, secretary, Edward Fuchs,
treasurer, John Wente, corresponding secre-
This year the Dairy Club published an
annual with Marcus Hopper as editor, Tros-
per Combs, business manager, Edward Fuchs,
Among the other highlights of this year
were the Homecoming Football breakfast, the
Dairy Cattle Showmanship Contest, the Dairy
Products Iudging Contest, the Dairy Cattle
Judging Contest, the Dairy Club Honor Ban-
quet, and Our Honored Guest.
Bunch, Crowe, Wash, Yancey, McKinney, Hiatt, McCoy, Bailey, Shipp J., Shipp R., Townsend
Heller, Cox W., Sherfey, Cox M., Kash, Walton, McCormack, Wm-ste-, Soulcynvttu, Nutt
llnnkin, Knsh, Lorch, Snile, Lester, Pitchford, Cooksey, Luct, Collier
Turner, Former, Shoulders, Wyatt, llullugc, Lynn, Condor
The University 4-H Club was installed at
the University of Kentucky in 1927. The pur-
pose of the club is to promote bonds of friend-
ship illTlOIlg former 4-H Club members who
now attend the University and to keep in
touch with the Extension Department and
know what is taking place in fields of agricul-
The faculty adviser is Mr. Pheane Ross, and
the oil-icers for the year were: jack Heller,
president, jean Saile, vice president, Emma
Conder, secretary, Glen McCormick, treas-
Members: Emma Conder, Iaek Heller, John
Woeste, Byford Cobb, Betty J. Taylor, Eloise
Cooksey, Mary Eades, Fayetta Elswick, Beu-
lah Potter, Martha Jane Holt, Iesse H. Shipp,
Ioyce Y. Hoskins, Mildred Correll, Wilma
Howard, Ward Crowe, Alden Steinbauser,
John Walton, William Bailey, George Sturgen,
Billy Terhune, Mary Ann Rankin, Bowen Mc-
Kinney, Tom C. Herndon, Iohn Lorch, Eloise
Lorch, Fay Sumpter, Helen Stephens, Geneva
Gill, james D. Sherfey, Ray Bunch, Stella Ray
Flowers, Mary Black, Doug Ridley, Ann Lutes,
Martha Clark, Mary Jo Maddox, Betty Hamil-
ton, Bill Rice, Martha Turner, Martha Carter,
Lou Pitchford, Joyce Ahmann, Julia Collier,
Bill Wash, Glen McCormick, jean Saile, Inez
Toohey, Jack Hiatt.
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Phi Upsilon Omicron
Phi upsilon Omicron was founded at the
University of Minnesota on February 10, 1909.
Iota Chapter was installed on campus in 1922.
As a home economics honorary it strives to es-
tablish and strengthen bonds of friendship, to
promote the moral and intellectual develop-
ment of its members, and to advance and pro-
mote home economics.
Faculty advisors are Miss Elizabeth Helton,
Dr. Statie Erikson, and Mrs. Anne Clemmons.
Members in faculty include Miss Marie Bark-
ley, Dr. Static Erikson, Miss Elizabeth Hel-
ton, Mrs. Anne Clemmons, Miss Ruth Boyden,
Dr. Adelia Weis, and Miss Iris Clark.
Oflicers: Marlene Farmer, president, Ioan
Thompson and Lois Smith, vice presidents,
jane Dale Clark, secretary, Margaret Forte,
treasurer, Annette Westerman, corresponding
secretary, Marilyn Steele, librarian-historian,
Elsie Curry, chaplain, Karen Kercheval and
Ann Latta, editors.
Members: Barbara Baldwin, Jane Dale
Clark, Eloise Cooksey, Elsie Curry, Marlene
Farmer, Margaret Forte, Martha Hackworth,
Margaret Haynes, jane Howk, Patricia Hutch-
ison, Karen Kercheval, Rebecca Langsford,
Ann Latta, Eloise Lorch, Patricia Moore, Lou
Nell Pitchford, Martha Baby, Lois Smith,
Marilyn Steele, Faye Sumpter, Ioan Thomp-
son, and Annete Westerman.
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The aim of the College of
Arts and Sciences, under the
direction of Dean M. M.
White, is to train the indi-
vidual student as thoroughly
as possible in the four years
in the directions of his inter-
ests and powers, in order that
he may lead a happy and use-
ful life and contribute his
share of leadership in social,
intellectual, economic, and
The College strives to at-
tain its purpose by imparting
knowledge and by training
the student in the proper
methods of acquiring and us-
ing knowledge, to the end
that he may be broadly in-
formed and skillful in the
solution of problems, and
that he may develop habits
of self-reliance, initiative,
judgment, and those inner
resources that lead to self-
mastery and happiness.
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Patterson Literary Society
The Patterson Literary Society was founded
at the University of Kentucky in 1886 and
bears the name of the late james K. Patterson,
President of the University from 1869-1910. It
is a traditional honorary society composed of
twenty men whose interest in speech beyond
the classroom merits their selection.
In addition to regular meetings the society
sponsors oratorical and extemporaneous con-
tests. The annual University Oratorical Con-
test, the State Oratorical Contest, and the
Crumm Extemporaneous Speaking Contest
are all under the direction of the Patterson
Oflicers for the year were John McGeehan,
president, Frank Myers, vice-president, Bill
Douglass, treasurer, and john Redden, secre-
tary. Faculty advisor is Dr. I. Reid Sterrett.
Members: Joe Dier, Bill Douglass, Paul
Holleman, James Harris, Paul Knapp, John
McGeehan, john Redden, Edward Rue,
George Schrader, Henry Durham, Stanley
Portmann, Frank Myers, Floyd Mann, Luther
House, Arch Mainous, Joe Marinaro, George
Lawson, Robert Taylor, Garry Newton, Bob
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Anderson, Sanders, Hardwick, Snndncr, Barker, Keegan, Dale, Roberts, Shaw, Winn, Davis
Senters, Karriek, Iluddleston, Thomas, Weesner, Fields, McGee
Phi Beta, national music and speech frater-
nity, was founded at Northwestern University
on May 5, 1912. Kappa chapter was installed
on the UK campus on May 12, 1925. Its pur-
pose is to promote the best in music and
speech, to live a life of service, and to seek
and develop the highest type of womanhood.
Miss Virginia Stallings is faculty adviser.
Kappa chapter annually presents a scholar-
ship to some deserving woman student.
They also present three awards to the three
seniors who excel in leadership, professional
ability, and service to Phi Beta.
The animal Phi Beta Convention is to be
held in Lexington in August, 1953.
Officers for the year were Io Ann Thomas, presi-
dentg Ann Iluddleston, vice-president, Shirley Karrick
and Barbara VVeesner, secretaries, jackie Senters,
treasurer, Normaglen Fields, historiang Joanne McGee,
Members: Margaret Bailey, Ann Barker, Lois Dale,
Sally Davis, Normaglen Fields, jean Ilardwiek, Pris-
eilla Hepburn, Patricia Herren, Sally Hoffman, Ann
lluddleston, Shirley Karriek, Barbara Keegan, Mor-
veth Kinney, Molly McCoulf, Joanne McGee, Mary
Lewis Patterson, Eloise Roberts, Nina Sanders, liuth
Sandner, jackie Senters, Betty Shaw, JoAnn Thomas,
Ruth Trimble, Carolyn Turner, Suzanne NVallaee, Bar-
bara Watson, Barbara VVeesner, Rhoda Winn.
Kennedy, Knapp, Bames, Hartford, Baldwin, Arnett
Creech, Barnett, Schmieder, Abraham, Wintersole
Carter, Thompson, George, Ethcrton, Fouse
Smith, Hines, Asch, McIntyre, Steiden, Ford, Curry
Phi u Alpha
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America was
founded at the New England Conservatory, Boston,
Massachusetts, on October 6, 1898. Alpha Gamma
chapter was installed on the UK campus on Decem-
ber 13, 1922. Its purpose is to advance the cause of
music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and
brotherhood of students in music, to develop the
truest fraternal spirit among its members, and to en-
courage loyalty to the Alma Mater.
Professor Ford Montgomery is the faculty adviser.
Phi Mu Alpha recently held its National Conven-
tion in Cincinnati, Ohio. Highlighting the conven-
tion were the Phi Mu Alpha Men's Chorus and the
Phi Mu Alpha Orchestra, conducted by Thor John-
son. Alpha Gamma was represented in both organi-
The chapter sponsored a concert of music by con-
temporary Americans in March.
Oflicers for the year were Fred V. Hines, Jr., president,
Donald R. Hartford, vice-president, Charles E. Ford, corre-
sponding secretary, Bryson Curry, recording secretary, Max L.
Smith, treasurer, William Steiden, alumni secretary, Claude
Fouse, delegate to National Convention, Albert J. Asch, war-
den, Paul Knapp, historian.
Members in the faculty are Dr. Edwin E. Stein, Dr. Ken-
neth Wright, Marvin Rabin, Arnold B'1ackburn, Gordon I.
Kinney, 'Warren Lutz, James King, Aimo Kiviniemi, Nathaniel
Patch, Ford Montgomery.
Professor Il. D. Mclntyre is an honorary member.
Members: Iay Abraham, Edsel Arnett, Albert Asch, Rich-
ard Baldwin, Ernest Barnes, Lewis Barnett, Harry Carter, Her-
bert Crcech, Bryson Curry, james Ethcrton, Charles Ford,
Claude Fouse, William George, Donald Hartford, Fred Hines,
William Jones, James Kennedy, Paul Knapp, James Moore,
William Runnels, David Schmieder, Max Smith, William
Steiden, Forest Thompson, Richard Walker, William Winter-
Pledges: Joseph Buchanan.
Pesci, Lawrence, Scott, Turner, Rosen, Edwards, Voll, Park, Severs, Beard
Morris, Wilhoit, Perrine, Baker, Walker, Hall, Ray, Powell, Ireland, Hibbs
Evans, Barnhill, Seherago, Barkenhra, Allen, Boyarsky, Archdeacon, Chumbler, Ashbrook
Pr or Pre-Med Society
The Pryor Pre-Medical Society was founded on the
University of Kentucky campus in 1915. Its purpose
is to aid all pre-medical and pre-dental students
academically and socially, and to serve as a media
through which association can be made with leaders
in the Held of medical science.
Faculty advisors are Dr. R. S. Allen, Dr. J. W.
Arehdeaeon, and Dr. L. L. Boyarsky. Dr. I. W.
Pryor is an honorary member.
The Pryor Pre-Medical Society meets the second
Tuesday of each month to hear a prominent doctor,
dentist, professor, or dean of a medical school speak
on some phase of medicine.
Once a year there is a banquet or picnic which is
financed by the dues of the members.
Officers: William Pesei, president, Sam Baker, vice-presi-
dent, Charles Severs, secretary, George Grady, treasurer, and
Joe Anderson, corresponding secretary.
Members of the Pre-Medical Recommendations Committee:
Dr. L. L. Boyarsky, professor of anatomy and physiology, Dr.
J. W. Arehdeaeon, professor of anatomy and physiology, Dr.
Alfred Brawer, professor of zoology, Dr. R. S. Allen, chair-
man of anatomy and physiology department, Dr. Charles
Barkenbus, professor of organic chemistry, Dr. O. T. Koppius,
chairman of physics department, Dr. Morris Sherigo, chairman
of bacteriology department, and Dr. M. M. White, dean of the
College of Arts and Sciences.
Members: James Anderson, Alton Arney, Bob Arnold,
Douglas Adamson, Mary Ashbrook, joseph Anderson, James
Adkins, Louis Bunyan, Robert Burkhart, Clyde Burress, Emma
Barnhill, Paul Beard, James Baker, John Baughman, Don Ber-
nard, Sam Baker, Bernard Campella, Dean Chitwood, William
Callaghan, Wallace Combs, Roland Combs, Richard Cooper,
jun Combs, Jackie Chumbler, Ralph Dunbar, John Denforth,
Paul Eggum, Garth Edwards, Evelyn Evans, Mildred Flan-
nery, Ann Futrell, Roger Fyffe, Charles Gross, George-Grady,
Glenn Holbrooks, Martin Huffaeker, Russell Hibbs, Russell
Heltsley, joan Hall, Anita Hurst, joe Ireland, William James,
Jr., John Jones, Bob Johnson, Roger Justice, john Kelly, Hal
Keller, Carl Kennedy, Malcolm King, William Kafoglis, Bobby
Lester, Robert Levin, Stanley Lawrence, james Love, Travis
Merril, Jacob Mayer, John Morris, Lewis McFarland, Don Mos-
ley, Al Nolan, Harold Owens, Gerard Park, Jack Perrine, Sam
Pressman, William Pesci, Ida Plue, William Popplewell, George
Rosen, James Roberts, Glenn Roberts, Ann Rezzonieo, Roy
Ross, Mary Ray, Bobby Richie, Bill Robbins, William Smith,
Frank Seinda, Wilma Slone, Fred Scott, Charles Severs, Rus-
sell Schmitt, Dan Travis, john Turner, Frank Tilton, Lewis
Wash, Jacke Wilhoit, Merrill Winchester, Bobby Wills, Bill
White, Bill Wheeler, Robert Walker, and Francis Walker.
The Radio Arts Department is one of congenialty
and friendliness. A close relationship exists between
thc faculty and the students which is hard to find in
other departments on the campus.
The department broadcasts a variety of programs
over their own station, WBKY. These programs in-
clude drama, music, community life, and there is op-
portunity for the student to express originality.
The radio arts student will learn the profession by
"doing," The station is on the air three hours each
evening Monday through Friday and the beginning
student will participate in the programming and
broadcasting. This year the operation of the station
is completely under student management.
The purpose of the station is to train students who
wish to go into professional radio and television work,
to provide courses in certain phases of broadcasting
for students in agriculture, education, journalism, poli-
tical science, commerce, social work, and other fieldsg
and to make available courses in the liberal curri-
In the past year the students have worked in the
field of television and have produced several shows
over WHAS-TV, Louisville, and WLW-TV, in Cin-
The University of Kentucky Radio Service QUKRSJ
offers its staff and production facilities to various state
and local agencies as part of their plan to tell the Ken-
tucky story to Kentuckians. The service is fed and
broadcast to stations throughout the state.
WBKY, located on the third floor of McVey Hall, is
housed in one of the most beautiful and functional
studios in the state.
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of Commerce, under the di-
rection of Dean Cecil C. Car-
penter, are twofold. In the
first place the offerings in the
Held of Economics, together
with some of the offerings in
the field of Commerce or
B u s i n e s s Administration,
provide an understanding of
that segment of human be-
havior which is concerned
with securing a living. -In
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ings in, the two fields of Eco-
nomics and Business Admin-
istration provide professional
and vocational training for a
great variety of positions in
business and governmental
bureaus. Students are af-
forded the opportunity of
preparing themselves as pro-
fessional economists or as
specialists in various fields or
as managers of their own
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Grady, Ridwcll, Kenton, Hnll, Hubbard, Amato
Beta Alpha Psi
Beta Alpha Psi, National Accounting Fra-
ternity, was founded at the University of Illi-
nois in 1919. Alpha Mu Chapter was in-
stalled on campus on March 29, 1952. Faculty
Advisor is Prof. Russell S. Grady, and mem-
bers in faculty are Professors Robert D. Haun,
Wendell E. Beals, and Robert H. Cojeen.
Oflicers for the year were John L. Hall,
president, William L. Kenton, vice-president,
James B. Landrum, secretary, and Anthony J.
The purpose of Beta Alpha Psi is: "To en-
courage the study of accounting and its high-
est ethical standards, to develop high moral,
scholastic, and professional attainment in its
Members: Anthony J. Amato, Almer D. Ar-
rington, William M. Batsel, Hugh A. Bryson,
Durward W. Caudill, Martin C. Dawahare,
Thomas M. Green, George H. Helton, Conrad
Hubbard, John L. Hall, Glenn B. Johnson,
William L. Kenton, Curtley W. Kidwell,
James B. Landram, John C. Nichols II, James
R. Price, John B. Roberts, Jr., Frank T. Slaton,
Charles A. Stewart, Billy R. Thomas, Teddie
H. Ward, and George J. Wertheim.
Harper, Caudill, Carroll, Slaton, Schorsch, Shacloan, Vahlkamp, Clark, Johnston, White, Bastin
Jenney, Clark, Stillwell, Cravens, Jones, Gentry, Cornett. Bohon, Truitt, Cronin
Gum, Rose, Margaritis, Chandler, I-lall, Goebel, Densford, Foster, Pace, Cronin
hamber of ommerce
The College Chamber of Commerce was installed
at the University of Kentucky in 1947. Faculty ad-
visor is Frank Coolsen, and Dean Cecil C. Carpenter
is an honorary member.
Oilicers for the year were John Chandler, president,
Ed Faulkner, vice-president, Janet Stone, secretary,
Bill Howerton, treasurer, Cerold Bass, Jim Boggcss,
Thomas Densford, Harold Hall, Henry Maeser, Board
The College Chamber of Commerce is an organiza-
tion of students which strives for the cooperation and
close association of these students in activities which
aim to prepare them by actual experience and associ-
ation in the business world for their future position
Members: Cerold Bass, Charles Bastin, Mary Lou Bceler,
Barbara Bercaw, Jack Berry, William Blake, Kenneth Blevins,
Alan Bloomfield, Jim Boggcss, Jerry Bohn, Ann Davis Bohon,
Carroll Bottom, William Bratton, Robert Bunting, George
Burke, Beverly Burnett, Edwin Burnett, John Butcher, Ronald
Butler, Wayne Carroll, Durward Caudill, John Chandler, Sam
Chestnut, Charles Clark, William Clark, Coleman Coffey, Jack
Combs, Donald Cooper, Paul Cornett, Ilarold Cox, Alfred Cra-
vens, Gene Croft, Mildred Cronin, Timothy Cronin, John
Cross. Martin Dawahare, Ted Densford, Philip Dixon, Patsy
Edmundson, J. C. Farncy, Ed Faulkner, Richard Fenley, Mai'-
ian Ferguson, Tom Fillion, Mary Katherine Foster, Matt
Frank, Josephine Fngate, Olin Gentry, Dick Gesling, Sara
Givens, Virginia Goebel, Jean Grant, Ann Grillot, Edgel
Grimm, Helen Gum, Thomas Haat, Warren Hale, Harold llall,
John Hall, James Iflammons, Pat Harkins, Douglas Harper,
Phyllis Ilart, John M. Hawkins, George Haye, William Hedden,
Arthur Hendrick, Gloria llenslee, Harry Homeier, Clarence
Ilorrine, Bill Ilowerton, Jay Jacobson, William Jolmston, Claud-
ette Jones, Ray Jones, Walt Kenney, Arthur King, Evangelos
Levas, Phillip Levy, Donald McClanahan, John McKinney,
Calvin Mainow, William Lewis, John Lorch, Jane Mainous,
Robert Mareum, Saula Margaritis, Felix Martin, James May-
nard, Alhert Meyers, Willimn Miller, Julia Minor, Anita
Myers, Betty Ann Myers, Jolm Newton, Wanda Pack, Samuel
Peege, John Pitman, Mary Evelyn Pollitte, Frank Ramsey,
Charles Ray, Robert Ray, Donald Reed, Aim Reichle, John
Roberts, Victor Roerk, Harold Rose, Shirley Ruby, Arnold
Schneider, Walter Sehorsch, G. W. Shadoau, Sandra Shaikun,
Sylvia Simmons, Frank Slaton, David Smith, John Smith, Max
Smith, George Spalding, Martha Spcllman, Ben Stillwell, Jack
Stivers, Janet Stone, Sonia Stone, Gus Story, Larry Taylor, Billy
Thomas, Jane Truitt, Al Vahlkainp, Donna Villcsvik, Ted
Ward, Samuel Warren, Virginia Weisner, Barbara Welsh,
George Wertheiin, Ronald White, Dot Whitehead, Mary Wil-
kins, Carl Williams, Don Williamson, Patricia Williamson.
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Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi was founded at New York
University on November 7, 1907. Eta Chap-
ter was installed on campus on November 27,
1920. Faculty advisor is Prof. R. D. Mc-
Intyre, and members in faculty include C. C.
Carpenter, R. D. McIntyre, and W. W. Jen-
Officers for the year were Morris E. Burton,
president, George D. Schrader, vice-president,
Evangelos S. Levas, secretary, and Iohn C.
The purpose of Delta Sigma Pi is: "To Fos-
ter the study of business in universities, to
encourage scholarship and the association of
students for their mutual advancement by re-
search and practice, to promote a closer af-
filiation between the commercial world and
students of commerce, and to further a higher
standard of commercial ethics and culture,
and the civic and commercial welfare of the
Members: I. Jay Abraham, James G. Ben-
nett, Morris E. Burton, John Richard Cooper,
Robert Dodson, Abdel Monem Fawzy, john
Hall, William Hartley, Evangelos S. Levas,
James Mei-ford, John Nichols, John Roberts,
Ir., George Schrader, Marvin Suit, Robert
Valentine, Teddie Ward, Douglas Williams.
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under the direction of Dean
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lished by the University to
provide for the education of
teachers, administrators, and
other school personnel. The
curricula of the College give
students an opportunity to
equip themselves for the kind
of educational Work in which
they are interested. Each
student is given an opportu-
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desirable methods and to de-
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ing was organized in 1918
and its present head is Dean
Daniel Voiers Terrell.
The purpose of the Col-
lege is, first, 'to provide engi-
neering educationg second,
to promote the development
and utilization of the state,s
resources through organized
research and through consul-
tation With industry.
Students receive training
in the fundamental and ap-
plied sciences in preparation
for careers in their chosen
branches of engineering.
They receive instruction in-
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broaden their education by
including courses in the fields
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Meyers, Freeman, Francisco, Davidson, Giles
Eta Kappa u
Eta Kappa Nu, national electrical engineering fra-
ternity, was founded at the University of Illinois in
1904. The Beta Upsilon chapter was installed at the
University of Kentucky on April 24, 1948.
The purpose of the organization is that those in
the profession of electrical engineering, who by their
attainments in college or practice have manifested a
deep interest and marked ability in their life's work,
may be brought into closer union for mutual benefit.
The fraternity maintained a "Thought for the
Week" board in the study hall. Each week a famous
saying or quotation was put on the board.
Engineering exhibits for Engineers Day were set
up by the group and plans were made for the elec-
trical cngineers to take a spring trip. An initiating
award was presented to the outstanding sophomore
in electrical engineering.
Officers: James Carroll Hastings, president, Louis
E. Catlett, vice-president, Glenn S. Mills, recording
secretary, Bobby O. Allen, treasurer, William E.
Iewett, corresponding secretary, and Clyde E. Cox,
Members: Bobby O. Allen, Herbert N. Boys, Abner
L. Browning, Fred L. Calhoun, Louis E. Catlett,
Clyde E. Cox, Willard D. Dahl, Charles C. Davidson,
Armad I. Franchi, Robert E. Freeman, George R.
Giles, James Carroll Hastings, William E. Jewett,
Jerry M. Jones, Glenn S. Mills, Frank R. Myers, Rob-
ert L. O'Nan, Ralph C. .Sproston, John A. Sproulc,
and Robert G. White.
Mabe, Dawson, Cole, Bishop, Shubert
McCurry, Mcycr, Brooks, Grnvitt
Pi Tau Sigma
Pi Tau Sigma, national mechanical engi-
neering fraternity, was founded in 1915 at
the University of Illinois. It was installed at
the University of Kentucky in 1947.
Its purpose is to recognize outstanding
ability in mechanical engineering and to es-
tablish a closer working bond between stu-
dents and faculty.
Oflicersz Hans Meyer, president, Don Rich-
ardson, vice-president, Bob Brooks, secretary,
and James W. McCurry, treasurer.
Members: Sam J. Basham, Bob Brooks,
Frank Gravitt, Charles Lansil, William Mabe,
james McCurry, Hans Meyer, and Don Rich-
Pledges: john Bishop, james Cole, William
Dawson, Perry Perkinson, and Walter Shu-
McFnrlnnd, Francisco, Layson, Sproul, Perkinson, Cntlett, Campbell, Allen, Jones, Sproston, Iewett
Wright, Stutzcnbcrgcr, Meyer, Humphry, Mills, Hastings, Florence, Brooks
Bennett, Frccmun, Mcudor, McCurry, Mitchell, Mubc, Evnns
au Beta Pi
Tau Beta Pi Association was founded at
Lehigh University in 1885. Alpha Chapter
was installed on the University of Kentucky
campus in 1902. Faculty advisors are S. F.
Adams, W. M. Carter, G. R. Gerhard, and A.
The purpose of Tau Beta Pi is to mark in
a fitting manner those who have conferred
honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished
scholarship and exemplary character as un-
dergraduates in engineering, or by their at-
tainments as alumni in the Held of engineer-
ingg and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in
the engineering colleges of America.
The Student Chapter of the American So-
ciety of Civil Engineers was founded in New
York City in 1852. The local chapter was in-
stalled on campus in 1921. Faculty advisor
is Prof. Alvin L. Chambers, and members in
faculty include Dean Daniel V. Terrell, Prof.
Robert E. Shaver, Prof. David K. Blythe, Prof.
Alvin L. Chambers, Prof. Frank I. Cheek, Ir.,
Prof. William A. Grey, Prof. Iames L. Leggett,
Prof. Samuel A. Mory, Prof. Laurence C.
Pendley, and Prof. L. E. Gregg.
The Civil Engineers won Brst place in their
division in football and formed a basketball
team. They had their own dance in the Stu-
dent Union in the spring, presented an ex-
cellent display on Engineer's day, held a pea-
nut party for the mid-term graduates, and
took part in the annual engineers picnic at
Boonesboro. They met with other students
from Louisville and held a speech contest and
sent two representatives to Denver, Colorado,
for the National Meeting of the American
Society of Civil Engineers.
Officers for the year were T. Y. Martin,
president, Robert Brummet, vice-president,
W. E. Fluhr, secretary-treasurer, Glenn Alder-
dice, Engineering Student Council represen-
Senior members: Wallace T. Bennett, Clyde E. Brown, Tom
C. Brown, Robert C. Brummett, Bailey Hall Bryner, Knox R.
Burehett, Edwin E. Burnett, 'Sr., John William Carpenter,
James L. Carter, Jr., John G. Charles, William M. Cochran,
Oren L. Depp, Milton Evans, Jr., Oscar Allen Fair, William
S. Foy, Thayer I. Glasseock, Jr., William T. Hill, Charles R.
House, James Ellison Humphrey, Jr., Ronald L. Jackson, Vic-
tor C. Jones, Charles F. Latham, Jr., Donald Bradley Lewis,
David S. Lin, Terry J. Lohre, Thomas L. McReynolds, Thomas
Y. Martin, Earl W. Meador, Robert B. Morrison, Robert W.
Patterson, Walter J. Perisutti, Clarence L. Range, Gerald L.
Stevens. William J. Stutzenberger, Raymond L. Thompson,
Thomas J. Timmons, George T. Weaks, Sidney R. Whisenant,
Frank D. Whitney, Paul C. Wright.
Junior members: Glen E. Alderdice, Eugene Daniels Beam,
Andy B. Blankenship, Jr., Paul H. Brown, William G. Bul-
lock, Boles Burke, Jr., Charles H. Camrphcll, Rolla S. Cava-
naugh, Jr., Charles H. Cole, Kenneth M. Cooper, William E.
Creel, William M. Damron, William D. Daugherty, Vernon W.
Deem, Jack A. Dutton, Jackie Edwards, Jr., John M. Farris,
Carroll Lee Florence, Wallace E. Fluhr, Jose Ramon Franco,
Martin H. Ginnocchio, John W. Gorrell, Gene Edwin Hatfield,
George Alexander Head, C' rles J. Herrick, Anthony I-I.
Hessling, William L. Hiekerson, Robert W. Hodges, Robert
M. Holmes, 'Thomas F. Hutzler, Clark F. James, William I.
Klein, George Land, Jr., William C. Laverty, Cyrus S. Lay-
SOI1, Gene B. Leslie, Arthur K. Linville, James T. Lockard,
Thomas B. McHugh, Arnold B. McGee, Robert G. Magruder,
Kenneth Van Leer Miller, Coburn Morgan, Donald W. Neal,
Hector M. Oliver, Paul A. Patrick, Edward F. Rassenfoss,
Montford L. Reed, William H. Rice, James W. Riddle, Rich-
ard J. Roberts, James F. Robinson, David W. Sehanding, Jr.,
Napoleon M. Smock, Arthur J. Stoll, Forest E. Stone, Barney
Sword, Jr., Leonidas A. Tejeda, John L. Tucker, John W.
Walker, Philip A. Yelton, Jimmy Yonkos.
Sophomore members: Harry W. Alexander, Kent S. Angel,
Richard D. Baldwin, Henry R. Bennett, Kenneth N. Berry,
Robert E. Blakeman, Lawrence S. Blevins, James R. 'Boyle,
Jr., Richard W. Braun, Granville Speed Brock, Fred J. Brooks,
Robert Edward Burdette, Querido Castillo, Bruce L. Cole,
Byron J. Colvin, Charles. R. Denham, Robert F. Dickson, Jr.,
William R. Dupps, Robert D. Edwards, George M. Ely, Jr.,
Verne Ned Engstrom, Louis C. Evans, Ronald R. Farnsley,
Thomas C. Francis, Lawrence Ray French, Marshall Get-
tings, Rohert L. Graham, Scott S. Gregory, Richard G. Grone-
feld, James D. Haddaway, Alvin D. Harnice, William C,
Harrison, William L. Hinkle, Owen Meredith Hockensmith,
Robert C. Hoskins, Jr., Ronald D. Hughes, Terry W. Hughes,
Samuel D. Hutcheson, Jr., Rolla Russell Jefferson, John C.
Justice, Louis Hill Kanne, Warren L. Kammer, Marion F. Lail,
Bobby J. Lookey, Carson T. Lippold, William B. Locker,
David L. Linkous, William B. Lynch, Carl B. McGuire, Frank
R. Mcliargue, Thomas L. McKnight, Ellis O. Maggard, Fred-
die C. Maggard, James E. Maggard, Jr., Lawrence F. Marcum,
George K. Martin, John A. Meiners, John E. Monarch, James
W. Moore, Sr., Billy D. Mullins, Victor H. Musick, Henry
Elliott Netherton, Jr., Lloyd W. Neville, Jr., Edgar C. New-
lin, Victor T. Nicholas, Jr., Earl G. O'Nan, Milton E. Out-
law, Frank E. Owens, Luis E. Pacheco, Richard C. Page, Jr.,
Gary A. Perry, Joseph L. Poage, Alva O. Pope, Jr., Charles
P. Rapier, Oliver H. Raymon, Jr., William C. Reynolds, Ro-
berta L. Rice, Cecil L. Riley, Bobby G. Rogers, Thomas A.
Scott, Jaek R. Sellars, Ben M. Simcox, Joe A. Simmons, Gran-
vil C. Smith, Homer T. Smith, Jr., Henry A. Steilberg, Ed-
munds M. Sternbergs, David E. Stewart, Howard J. Stone,
Jr., Paul H. Swanson, Kenneth A. Taylor, Logan W. Wal-
lingford, Eugene Louis Walsh, Don H. Weber, Donald Lee
White, Carrol Williams, Douglas Wheeler Witt, Forest J.
The Electrical Engineers Assembly was founded in
1884 and was installed on campus in 1907. It is a
student branch of the American Institute of Electrical
The purpose of the organization is to promote the
maintenance of a high professional standing among
the members and the development of the individual
student engineer through regular seminars and lec-
Officers for the year were Thomas L. Denton, chair-
man, Glenn S. Mills, vice-chairman, Robert Freeman,
secretary, J. Carroll Hastings and Clyde T. Cox, pro-
gram chairmen. Faculty advisor is Prof. Charles T.
Mancy, and members in faculty include Dr. H. A.
Romanowitz, Dr. N. B. Allison, Prof. G. E. Smith,
Prof. G. Barnett, Prof. P. J. Graham, Prof. W, F.
Shock, Mr. R. G. Brown, Mr. R. L. Boggess, and Mr.
L. K. Adams.
Members: Bobby Allen, William Jewett, Louis Catlett, Clyde
Cox, Carrol Hastings, Glenn Mills, Thomas Denton, William
Carroll, Wayne Cornelius, Clarence Crabtree, Williard Dahl,
Matt Flannery, George Francisco, John Hudson, Thomas Jen-
kins, Jerry Jones, Robert Jones, Leslie Kaiser, John King,
Henry Lay, Leonard McFarlan, Fred Minning, Robert 0'Nan,
Bill Pack, Ray Riley, John Size, Ralph Sproston, Robert White,
Joe Wojtowicz, Paul Wright, Herbert Boys, Richard Bozeman,
A. Browning, Frank Burns, Orin Brumhach, Fred Calhoun,
John Combs, Charles Davidson, Gerald Dodge, Leo Edwards,
George Giles, William Glass, Robert Howard, James Kings-
bury, Gayle Lawrence, Rayburne Lee, Herbert Loy, George
McCann, Winfred Miller, John Moren, Erman Mullins, Frank
Myers, Oakle Petrey, Virgil Rogers, Robert Schwartz, Clyde
Simmerman, Billy Simpson, Charles Spindler, John Sprould,
0. Swoiford, J. Turner, David Wright, David Young, Robert
Armour, Gene Barber, Thomas Bowling, Donald Brown, Oren
Clore, William Cockerill, William Collins, Joe Cooke, James
Dean, Lan'y Dickerson, Hughey Edwards, John Fischer, Lloyd
Gambrall, G. Gossage, W. Cover, James Griffin, R. Harris,
Robert Herrick, James Holiday, Linn Jones, Victor Justice,
Gunars Klipsons, Martin Krimm, Ted Long, Thomas Lovan,
Donald Mackey, John Maloy, Lloyd Massey, Williard Moore,
Donald Nace, T. Nagle, Louis Nacy, Pierre Olberz, Morris
Pitts, Thomas Proctor, Harold Rice, Robert Sounders, Donald
Sims, Arvis Stephens, Bobby Stephens, C. Sullivan, 0. Taylor,
Paul Terhune, E. Thacker, R. Underwood, Robert Varson,
Dewey Young, Lawrence Watson, E. Young, James Boggess,
Ralph Campbell, George Green, Edward McCann, G. Brown-
Colley, Denton, Crawford, McCurry, Martin, Marshall
Hnll, cruc , Mills
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Engineering Student Council
The Engineering Student Council is an or-
ganization which conducts the relations be-
tween faculty and students in the Engineer-
ing College and plans and promotes functions
and events held by the college.
It is composed of the presidents of the as-
semblies of each of the four departments of
the college, one other member from each
freshman class. Included in its activities are
department, and two representatives of the
the sponsoring of Engineer's Day, two dances
annually, and the SCA election in Engineer-
ing College. Faculty advisor is Prof. Staley
Officers for the year were Glenn S. Mills,
chairman, Glen E. Alderdice, vice-chairman,
Paul G. Hall, secretary-treasurer.
Members: Glen E. Alderdice, Civil Engi-
neering, Amon L. Colley, Freshman Engineer-
ing, Jack Crawford, Mining and Metallurgical
Engineering, Tom W. Denton, Electrical En-
gineering, Paul G. Hall, Mining and Metal-
lurgical Engineering, James W. McCurry,
Mechanical Engineering, Ernest D. Marshall,
Freshman Engineering, Thomas Y. Martin,
Civil Engineering, Glenn S. Mills, Electrical
Engineering, Don R. Richardson, Mechanical
The University of Kentucky Student Branch
of the American Society of Mechanical Engi-
neers Was installed on the campus in 1911.
Its purpose is to promote the art and science
of mechanical engineering, to encourage origi-
nal research, to foster engineering education,
and generally broaden the usefulness of the
The Faculty Advisor is Willis Merle Carter.
Officers were: Iim McCurry, chairman, John
Anderson, vice-chairman, Henry Krebs, secre-
tary, Perry Perkinson, treasurer.
Members: O. I. Akel, I. S. Anderson, S. I.
Basham, E. R. Berry, I. L. Bishop, I. C.
Bouchy, H. L. Brewer, C. L. Brooks, R. O
Brooks, A. W. Browning, C. T. Carmen, I. K
Cole, C. I. Cosenza, H. L. Creekmore, B. T
Crutcher, L. W. Dunn, C. Flynn, N. J. Figazzi
H. F. Head, S. H. Horton, J. A. Isham, H. L
Krebs, C. B. Lansill, H. A. Linares, I. H. Love
C. H. Lowry, W. B. Mabe, W. I. McCarty
J. W. McCurry, H. Meyer, C. Miles, H. L
Minton, J. A. Moore, W. S. Norman, P. M
Perkinson, I. V. Pigford, D. Prater, J. G. Price
I. M. Pruden, D. C. Raney, K. R. Reynolds
D. R. Richardson, D. G. Risch, E. B. Rodman
R. E. Rodgers, J. I. Schmitt, W. C. Shubert
C. R. Slusher, T. R. Smith, N. E. Stasel, C. W
Sturgeon, J. T. Walton, C. H. Wheeler, O.
The Norwood Society is a branch of the
American Institute of Mining and Metallurgi-
cal Engineers, founded in 1871 in New York.
Its purpose is to promote the arts and sciences
connected with the economical production of
useful minerals and metals, with interest to
the welfare of those employed in these in-
Oilicers for the year were Jack Crawford
president, Tom McHenry, vice-presidentg
James Stewart, secretary, Richard Bee John-
son, treasurerg John Bastin, Sgt. at arms. Fac-
ulty advisor is C. S. Crouse, and members in
faculty include E. M. Spokes, G. R. Gerhard,
J. P. Hammond, and R. E. Swift.
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Leatherman, Rice, Cook, Gnblmrd, Compton, Gross, Duff
Dickinson, Franks, Judge, Hurtlcsty, Myers, Simpson, Murphy, Lyon, Hnlc
Robinson, Willmmson, McKaig, DcVnsicr, Hogg, Smith, Monroe
Mofiit, Johnson, Schrader, Stumpcr, McDonald, Doyle
Bmfford, Williums, Mitchell, Neel, Fuqua
Student Bar Association
The Student Bar Association is an organiza-
tion for Law School students. Its purpose is
to foster intellectual achievement and stimu-
late social activity among law studentsg to
provide a convenient forum for discussing
problems of student interest, and to promote
harmony between the faculty and student
body concerning matters of common interest.
Oflicers were Bill Rice, president, Charles
Carnes, vice-president, Norma Boster, secre-
tary, and Bill Compton, treasurer.
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The University of Kentucky College
of Pharmacy is located at 104 West
Chestnut Street, Louisville. The College
is accredited by the American Council
on Pharmaceutical as a Class A college,
and is a member of the American As-
sociation of Colleges of Pharmacy.
The lecture rooms and laboratories
are equipped with the latest devices for
audio-visual instruction, and are well
stocked with apparatus and equipment.
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Alpha Zeta Omega
Alpha Zeta Omega was founded at the
Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science
in 1919. Lambda Chapter was installed on
campus in 1923. Faculty advisors are Mr.
Doughty and Mr. Rehberg. Honorary mem-
bers are Dean E. P. Slone, and Mrs. Mary
Elizabeth Dilly, Registrar Emeritus.
Oflicers for the year were Arthur Kreitman,
Directorumg Milton Berman, Sub-Directorumg
Arnold Parris, Signare, Charles Rosenberg,
Exchequeg Sid Bederman, Bellarumg Zach Op-
The purpose of Alpha Zeta Omega is: "To
encourage the advancement of the profession
through association with one another and
practice of the virtues of mutual trust, sym-
pathy, faithfulness, and unseliishnessf,
Members: Joe Ernest, Bernard Hyman, Jay
Koby, Ierry Meit, Donnie Stern, and Hershey
Fugate, Earwood, Betz, Krecker, Spinks, Amburgey, Schmalhausen, Yeager, Suppa
Holt, Schultz, Holland, Raines, Weisert, Wilson, Johnson, Doughty
Simmons, Winklc, Davis, Jones, Rodgers, Boyd, Richardson, Kemp, Duha
Self, Fitch, Shadwiek, Hopkins, Schnntter, Wheeler, Berry, Asher
Kappa Psi, pharmaceutical fraternity, was
founded at the University of Virginia in 1879.
Upsilon chapter was installed on campus on
April 15, 1909. Faculty advisor is Richard
Doughty, and members in faculty include
Richard Doughty, Jesse Hubbard, Charles
Lesshaft, and Charles Tucker.
Officers for the year were Steely A. Rod-
gers, president, Ralph T. Boyd, vice-president,
Russ H. Jones, secretary, Eugene B. Duba,
treasurer, Farrell Richardson, chaplain, and
Thomas A. Kemp, historian.
Actives: Azra R. Amburgey, Herbert G. Betz, Ralph
T. Boyd, Alfred Brooks, Robert H. Davis, Eugene B.
Duba, Billy Earwood, Ir., Donald Fritz, Iames A.
Fugate, James H. Holland, Edward R. Holt, Russ H.
jones, Russell Iohnson, Thomas A. Kemp, Edward C.
Krecker, Donald G. Marsh, Robert Raines, Farrell
Richardson, Steely A. Rodgers, Harold L. Schmal-
hausen, William R. Schultz, Hayward F. Spinks,
Samuel V. Suppa, Robert Waddell, Thomas Weisert,
Willard E. Wilson, Vernon Winkle, James E. Yeager.
Pledges: Duncan Asher, John H. Beirlc, Donald W.
Berry, Gilbert W. Hopkins, Milmitch C. Maupin,
Richard F. Schnatter, Benjamin R. Shadwick, Lex
Simmons, Paul Watson, Wayne L. Wheeler.
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Whitehead, Sims, Taylor, Walker, Water, Hensley, Snider, Litehtefeld, Loeser, Henderson
Bilottn, Oliver, Paulin, Southall, Sloan, Holmes, Rehberg
Rick, Hill, Dunbar, Horn, Bronner, Breckinridge
Phi Delta hi
Phi Delta Chi, pharmaceutical fraternity, was
founded at the University of Michigan in 1883. Al-
pha Beta chapter was installed at the University of
Kentucky College of Pharmacy in Louisville in 1923.
The social activities of Phi Delta Chi during the
past year included "Smokers", one held early in the
fall in honor of the new sophomore men and another
in February. The Christmas dance was held at the
Seelbach Hotel in December.
The purpose of the group is to promote fraternal
organization, mutual fellowship, courage of mind and
heart, and to foster pharmaceutical research and high
The faculty adviser is W. F. Rehberg. Other mem-
bers among the faculty include E. P. Slone, E. Gillis,
C. A. Walton, D. Robinson, and J. W. Miles.
Officers for the year were Frank Southall, worthy
chief counselor, Edward Paulin, worthy vice coun-
selor, Fred Butze, worthy keeper of records and
seals, J. T. Oliver, worthy keeper of finance, Tom Edd
Holmes, worthy prclateg Bob Sloan, master at arms,
Roger Kilgus, worthy inner guard.
Members: Thomas Bilotta, Al Loeser, Robert
Liehtcfeld, Doyal Snider, H. S. Dunbar, Robert
Brenner, Byron Wilborn, William Walker, Norman
I-Iorn, George Taylor, jr., Charles Breckenridge, John
Hensley, Ir., Fred Butze, Roger Kilgus, Donald Hill,
Ralph Whitehead, Frank Southall, Edward Paulin,
james Oliver, Bob Sloan, Tom Holmes.
Pledges: William Cheatham, James Grugan, Charles
Henderson, James Rick, Byron Sims, Allen Waters.
Lynch, Wilborn, Meit
McDaniel, Brvckinridgc, Bronner, Winklc
Rho Chi, pharmaceutical honor society, was
founded at the University of Michigan in
1908. Alpha Xi chapter was installed at the
University of Kentucky in 1949.
The fundamental objective of Rho Chi has
always been to promote the advancement of
the pharmaceutical sciences through the en-
couragement and recognition of intellectual
Dr. A. E. Slesser is faculty advisor. Other
members in the faculty are Dr. Ewen Gillis,
Charles A. Walton, Carl E. Beck, and Richard
Officers: Robert Bronner, president, Charles
E. Breckinridge, vice-president, Vernon
Members: Charles Breckinridge, Robert
Bronner, James Lynch, Jr., Gerald Meit, El-
mer McDaniel, Arthur Byron Wilborn, and
With the skyline of Cincinnati
visible from its classroom Windows,
the Northern Center at Covington,
has entered its fifth year. Main-
taining an average student body of
300, the Center has ceased to be
an experiment and has won recog-
nition as an integral part of the
University of Kentucky.
Operating under the leadership
of Thomas L. Hankins, the North-
ern Center has smoothly integrated
itself into the life of the University.
Some of the professors divide their
schedule between Lexington and
Covington while seven faculty and
staff give the Center full time.
The distance which separates
Covington from Lexington makes
it necessary for the Center to plan
a social calendar of its own. One
of the gala events is the Snow Ball,
a winter formal dance climaxed by
the crowning of an annual Snow
Queen. Chosen this year,s queen
was Sue Bird, sophomore from
Covington. Attendants were Miss-
es Mary Milton Marheny, Margie
Yelton, Loris Eckler, and Martha
Upsilon Kappa Psi was formed in
October, 1951, by women students
of the Northern Center as a social
organization whose additional ob-
jective was to advance the interests
and objectives of the Center and
the community. The admission re-
quirements conform to the demo-
cratic ideal in that all female stu-
dents of good character are eligible
Officers of the sorority are:
Barbara Lyons, president, janet
Chandler, vice president, Beverly
Earlywine, secretary, and Jane
Roettgers, acting treasurer.
Circle K, the college men,s or-
ganization sponsored by Kiwanis,
was formed at the Northern Cen-
ter during the fall term. The func-
tion of the society is to encourage
good fellowship and to work for the
advancement of school and com-
Ofiicers of the club are: Bob
Acree, president, Roy Klein, vice
president, Wayne Bridges, secre-
tary, and Dave Altemuehle, treas-
The Northern Center organiza-
tion is the first chapter of Circle K
to be established in Kentucky.
The K-Club was founded on the University
of Kentucky campus in 1941. It is a club for
athletes at the University in which they can
act as an organization to further competitive
sports on the campus, and to foster harmoni-
ous relations between athletes and other stu-
dents on the campus.
Bernie Shively is faculty advisor, and Coach
Bryant and Dr. Donovan are honorary mem-
bers. Oflicers for the year were Frank Ram-
sey, president, Herbie Hunt, vice-president,
Hugh Roe, secretary, and Tommy Atkins,
In the spring the K-Club sponsored K-Day
which consisted of an intra-squad football
game, a track meet, a baseball game, and a
dance. Funds from this day are to be used
toward a K-Club house, planned for the fut-
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in 1946. In the six seasons that he has
been here his teams have compiled a
record of 58 wins, 21 losses and four
Bryant has raised Kentucky from the
football cellar and firmly established
UK as a national power year after
year. For his feats here at Kentucky
he has become recognized as one of the
top young coaches in the country.
When the coach came to Wildcat
land he Wanted a five-year contract
because he said it would take that long
to produce a Winner. Needless to say
our coach produced the,1'irst year and
has had three bowl winners.
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The young Wildcats with very little football under their belts at
the beginning of the campaign and a schedule loaded with football
powers turned in an overall record of five wins and four losses together
with two important ties. It was a long hard grind for the up and
coming gridders but they made up for what they lacked in experience
with courageous spirit and the will to win. Things look bright for
Coach Bryant and the Cats for the next few years.
A band of older more experienced Wildcats from
Villanova spoiled the debut of the young, inexperi-
enced Kentucky Wildcats to the tune of a 25-6 vic-
Harry jones scored early in the game on a long
punt return but from there on in it was all Villanova
on the offensive side of the ledger. The Kentucky de-
fense was very good at times and gave the opening
game crowd something to cheer about.
Gene Filipski, the brilliant back, of the Pennsyl-
vania Wildcats was the shining star of the game. The
All-American candidate thrilled the crowd on numer-
ous occasions with his football prowess.
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The Wildcats scored their Hrst victory of the season
as they downed the Texas Aggies 10-7 at College Sta-
Bob Bassett, the extra point specialist, booted a 34-
yard field goal for the Big Blue in the third quarter and
this salted away the initial win for the young campaign.
Harry Jones counted the only six pointer for the Cats
on a ten-yard maneuver in the first half.
This game marked one of the best shows of sports-
manship ever shown the Blue Crass boys when all the
partisan Cadets of the Texas school streamed onto the
field and showered the victors with congratulations and
The game was rated a toss-up prior to game time but
the Cats came through with a very well played ball game
with the defense particularly shining. This victory gave
the Wildcat followers much to cheer about and made
them remember that this was a bunch of game young
ball players with many good years in front of them.
The battling Tigers of Louisiana State University tamed
the game but outclassed band of Kentuckians in a 84-7
ball game. The weak Kentucky pass defense was given a
severe beating in this contest as the Bayou boys completed
16 of 28 passes for 229 yards to gain the overwhelming vic-
tory before 28,000 fans at Stoll Field.
The Tigers combined their deadly passing attack with
a devastating running game that netted 244 yards to have
things pretty much their own way throughout the entire
Prior to this game LSU hadn't scored against the Wild-
cats in two years.
Dick Shatto passed to Steve Meilinger for the only ,Ken-
tucky marker of the game.
Coach Paul Bryant directed the team from the sidelines
after undergoing an appendectomy two nights earlier.
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The fumbling Wildcats handed the Maroons
of Mississippi State the ball game October 18 at
State College, Mississippi, by a score of 27-14.
In the course of the game the Cats lost six
fumbles to the alert Maroons and this proved
The Mississippians pleased their homecoming
crowd as they put together the Wildcat miscues
and the notoriously weak pass defense to take
Kentucky moved the ball well early in the
game but the old fumble jinx caught them and
after that they just cou1dn't hold on to the elus-
ive oval. The Cats scored their first touchdown
in the second quarter and added their second in
the fourth stanza. Herbie Hunt scored on a
one yard sneak after "Bull" Felch had been
largely responsible for a 74-yard drive. In the
fourth quarter Dick Shatto heaved a scoring pass
to Steve Meilinger
The Big Blue hit the vic-
tory column again with a
hard fought 14-6 decision over
the Bearcats in the Ohio city.
The strong Cat line proved
the difference in this bruising
contest as the boys up front
put on what was probably
their best show of the cam-
Neither team scored dur-
ing the first half but the Wild-
cats came back in the third
stanza very determined and
pushed across the first mark-
er. Herbie Hunt lifted a high pass to the
great Steve Meilinger who made a sensa-
tional catch on the Cincy 45 and outraced
the bewildered defenders for the first touch-
down. It was Hunt passing again on the sec-
ond scoring play but this time it was Clyde
Carlig who turned acrobat and made a great
catch in the end zone for the counter.
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An underdog Blue team from Kentucky turned the
tables on the Miami Hurricane and walked off with a
convincing 29-0 victory. The game was played in the
Orange Bowl at Miami.
Coach Bryant unveiled his secret weapon in the per-
son of Steve Meilinger. Big Steve played his first game
at quarterback and left the Miamians very bewildered.
After Steve took over the Cats ran and passed a guessing
Miami into submission. When he wasn't biting huge
chunks out of the line he was sweeping end or throwing.
This game gave the avid Kentucky rooters much to
cheer about and a lot to look forward to in watching
Steve operate from under the center.
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Homecoming fans were treated to a sound thrashing
of Tulane 27-6. The young Cats were a much im-
proved ball club and played an outstanding ball game.
Steve Meilinger was again at quarterback and gave
the well pleased fans quite a show. The big man
passed to Clyde Carlig for the Hrst touchdown. Mr.
Versatility stuck to the ground for the second counter
as he sprinted 41 yards for the score. It was Steve
again for the third six pointer. He swept left end for
seven yards. Don Iirschele skirted left end for 14
yards and the Hnal tally. Bob Bassett made good on
three of four extra point attempts.
The 81,000 fans present saw a great one man show
but they also saw a squad that was much different
than the youngsters that opened the season some two
months ago. It was a hustling, lighting ball club that
overwhelmed the Tulane Greenies.
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A new backfield outscored the Clem-
son cadets to notch a 27-14 victory in
prepping for the annual affair with the
Tennessee Vols. Meilinger, Shatfo and
Paolone watched as Larry jones, "Bull"
Felch and Tom Fillion rolled over Clem-
Larry jones scored first for the Cats
on a six yard scamper. It was a run-
ning pass from jones to Carlig, who
made a great catch, that scored the sec-
ond time for the Wildcats. A recovered
punt set up the third marker and Herbie
Hunt sneaked over for the fourth TD
and this iced the game.
This was the first game that Steve
Meilinger had missed in all his football
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IT HAPPENED! Regardless of what hap-
pened before, these Wildcats will long be re-
membered for what they did in the snow at
Knoxville in 1952. After spotting the big Vols
a two touchdown advantage the courageous
kids from the Blue Grass caught fire late in
the fourth quarter and scored two touchdowns
to gain the tie. The Vols were happy to see
this game end because the fighting Ken-
tuckians had them on the ropes. This. was
the first time since 1947 that the Cats had
crossed the Vols' double stripe.
Herbie Hunt sneaked over for the first score
and Bob Bassett recovered his own on side
kick to set up the TD that meant a tie. After
the recovery Hunt dropped back and lofted
the soggy pigskin to Jim Proffitt who made a
sensational catch to score. Bob Bassett
calmly added both points and Kentucky had
tied a heavily favored Tennessee team.
After the game .ended the jubilant players
hoisted Coach Bryant to their shoulders and
carried him off the field. Let's say it was a
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In the anti climax of the long season the Big
Blue traveled to Gainesville, Florida, and ab-
sorbed a 27-0 pasting from the Gator Bowl
It was a loosely played affair with very little
excitement from the Blue standpoint. Florida
punctured the pass defense almost at will and
this coupled with the running of Rick Casares
and Papa Hall was just too much for the tired
but game Wildcats.
The Gators scored early and from there on in
it was all in favor of the home team. The Cats
threatened several times but the old fumblitis
caught them and that was the story.
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The best team in college basketball had to miss a season so they
could practice. The Wildcat basketballers were setting out a one year
suspension handed down by the NCAA.
Coach Rupp took advantage of the small time lapse by
preparing his boys for the coming season. The team staged
some intra-squad exhibitions that were well attended by the
basketball hungry central Kentuckians.
Great things are in store for the Blue and White in the
1953-54 campaign. The present team should remain intact
and will have the addition of some fine young ball players.
Some of the freshmen who'll give someone a battle next year
are Jerry Bird, Pete Grigsby, Phil Grawemeyer and Linville
With these fine prospects to go along
with Hagan, Ramsey, Tsioroupolis, Rose,
Evans, and Rouse, there isn't much for
the teams on the schedule to look for-
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BIRD RAMSEY ROSE
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Ten lettermen returned for the 1953
campaign of Coach Harry Lancaster's
baseballers. Charlie Keller and Gene
Nell were lost, during the off season, to
major league teams. To plug these gaps
Billy Evans took over at first and Jess
Curry became the third outfielder with
John Shanahan and Frank Ramsey.
The infield was set with Miles Wil-
lard at third, the Jones twins at the key-
stone and Evans at Hrst.
The Cats had three .800 hitters back
in the persons of Larry jones, Frank
Ramsey and John Shanahan.
For 1952 the Cats posted an 8 and 7
won lost record.
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The Michigan State Relays and the Southern
Conference meet were the big spots in the track
In the MSC relays Larry Jones gained third
place in the broad jump. Doug Adamson, Ray
jones and jay Wallace were also in the meet but
failed to place in their events.
Kentucky had two representatives at the
Southern Conference meet. jay Wallace placed.
second in the 880 yard run and Larry jones
gained second place in the broad jump.
Coach Seaton's team had several blows during
the campaign with the loss of a few prospects
through scholastic deficiencies but was bolstered
by the addition of some football players when it
was decided to hold spring practice so as not to
conflict with the track schedule.
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The fencing team led by Capt. Bill Seiller
broke even in their season,s schedule. The Cat
fencers copped four decisions and dropped a
Besides Capt. Seiller other members of team
included: Tom Prather and Lee Shine with the
saberg Charles Vittitoe, Ed Sternbergs and Bob
Dotson in the epeeg and Seiller, Iohn Whitten-
berg and Paul 'Wright in the foil.
One of its best golf teams in many cam-
paigns represented Kentucky this spring-
All the team members were veterans and
this crop was bolstered by the addition
of Cay Brewer, one of the state,s best ama-
teur golfers and well known among the
amateur golfers in the south. Brewer has
annexed many dilferent titles and is con-
sidered the outstanding golfer of this area.
Capt. Ches Riddle also returned for an-
other season of golf as a Wildcat. Charlie
Crabtree and Don Smith, both lettermen,
also added much to the power laden team.
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The loss of tennis star Billy Evans was a
severe blow to the Blue and White netters. He
had been counted on to carry the load this year
as he was the most experienced man on the
young team. The squad had to use players
without much experience as many of last year's
team did not return.
Capt. Carrol Price led the charges of Dr.
Downing in their matches this spring.
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Led by freshman Roger Messick the
Wildcat mermen enjoyed their best season
under Coach Algie Reece. The yearling
sprinter added much to the surprising sea-
son record for the tankmen.
In addition to Messick the twelve man
team was made up of Capt. jack Mac-
Donald, George King, Jim McCabe, Dan-
ny Deane, Gene Lewis, Kenneth Glass,
Lou Karibo, Bruce Kunkel, Johnny Burke,
John Taylor and Dave Linkous.
The Cat swimmers were undefeated
during the regular season and tasted de-
feat only in the SEC meet at Athens,
Georgia. They carried a record of nine
straight victories in dual meet competi-
tion prior to the conference meet.
During the regular season Messick bet-
tered the SEC records in the 50 yard and
100 yard freestyle events.
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The intramural program at UK Was
greatly improved this year. Director
Bill McCubbin gave up his football
coaching duties so as to devote full time
to running and improving the intra-
mural program. For the first time intra-
mural basketball games were played in
Memorial Coliseum and many improve-
ments were made in the other facilities.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon captured the
fraternity basketball crown by downing
ATO by a score of 47-27. By virtue of
this victory they Won the right to play
the independent winner for the cham-
pionship. The Porters defeated the
Clifton Cats 38-26 to take the indepen-
dent throne. SAE beat the Porters in
the playoff to become campus champs
Play in football leagues this year was
very exciting and of much better caliber
than usual. SAE finally took the bunt-
ing by downing the Civil Engineers 2-0
in the playoffs. SAE Won over ATO 7-6
and the Engineers beat BSU 7-0 to an-
nex the respective top spots in their
jim McCabe, Sigma Nu, Won the an-
nual free throw contest by connecting
on 49 out of 50 attempts from the gratis
Kappa Sigma took the volleyball
championship by besting Sigma Phi Ep-
silon in the finals by scores of 15-5 and
V. Ted Phillips downed Gene Black,
SAE, to walk off with the fall tennis
jim Bradbury, Sigma Nu, Won the
annual Turkey Run just before the
Thanksgiving holidays. AGR took first
place in total points with 44. Sigma Nu
was second with 66 and DTD and SAE
tied for third with 67 points apiece.
Wrestling, ping pong, golf, tennis,
bowling, and softball were played after
the Kentuckian went to press.
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McCord, Bradley, Plummer, Peterson, O'Ronrk
Board of Student Publications
The Board of Student Publications was es-
tablished at the University of Kentucky in
1980. The board is composed of five mem-
bers: the faculty adviser of the student publi-
cations, the University comptroller, the editors
of the Kentuckian and the Kernel, and a rep-
resentative of the Student Government As-
The purpose of the board is to advise on
policies regarding operations of the Ken-
tuckian and the Kernel publications, and to
provide for the rules and regulations govern-
ing the selection and election of major mem-
bers of those staffs.
Members: Niel Plummer, Director of the
School of Iournalismg Frank D. Peterson,
Comptroller of the Universityg Ann O'Roark,
Student Government representativeg Merrill
McCord, editor of the Kernelg Fred Bradley,
editor of the Kentuckian.
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DICK CHERRY V l 9 MERRILL MCCORD
Full Editor ' Full News Editor
QIQ Spring Editor
""0f DICK KRAPS
gh... Business Manager
Spring News Editor
EDITORIAL STAFF: Larry Meyer, sports
Editor, Betty Baugh, Photographer, Bar-
bilrfl Hickey, Assit. News Editor, Ann
Oylloark, Society Editor, Linda Patteson,
Circulation Manager, Ronald Magcl, Herb
QOPY DESK: Jim Crawford, Lealand Sul-
hV2lU, Louis Dellossett, Ronnie Butler, Jean
Grant, Dolly Sullivent.
REPORTERS: Judith Henry, Kathy Fryer,
LYHD Sleeth, Bill Billiter, Carol Dorton,
Ruth McMichael, Kim Sanford, Betty Jo
Martin, Judy Boteler, Claire Wood, Diane
Renaker, Robert David, Peggy Sabel, Jody
Teflley, Frank Marnhout, Jean Rosenstone,
Jack Thompson, Elaine Moore, William
Martin, Louis Pritchett, Phyllis Rogers,
SPORTS wiurnusr Quentin Allen, David
Nflkdimen, John Ryans, Jim Turley, John
MIIYO, Leslie Morris, John P. Jones, Dick
PurkillS, Jolm Newland.
ADVERTISING SOLICITORS: Leland
Brannan, Sarah Conklin, Janice Rogers,
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Thanks to the printing plant
We Wish to sincerely thank the Kernel printing plant for
their cooperation and untiring efforts to print a successful year-
book. We could not have possibly done Without their services
for We knew litt-le about typography, makeup, layout, type
faces, and many other problems in printing an annual.
We especially Want to thank Don Grote, manager of the
printing plant, and Ed Swift, foreman.
The printing plant
The S200,000 printing plant on the ground
iioor of the Journalism Building, consists
of seven presses of various sizes. The multi-
press is used to print envelopes only. It can
print 6,000 envelopes an hour. Other presses
are the ATF Giant, Kelly C, Kelly 2, Big Chief,
and the Miehle 41, the largest press. Their
jobs are varied and numerous.
There are four linotype machines now in
operation in the Kernel composing room. The
first of these machines was acquired in 1924 by
Professor Enoch Grchan, who signed a personal
note to obtain it. Another linotype was bought
after the Kernel was moved from Miller Hall
to MeVey Hall. The last two of the four
linotypes were purchased in 1951 when the
printing plant was removed from MeVey Hall
to its present site.
The newest press is the Big Chief, a 22 by
29 offset press which can print 5,000 sheets an
hour. The 1953 Kentuclcian was printed on
In this plant there is a monotype machine for
casting borders and strip material for advertise-
ments. Besides the Ludlow type and linotype,
the Kernel printing plant has a large supply of
hand set type.
In addition, the Kernel has a perforater, a
cutting machine for trimming page edges, a
jogger for straightening stacks of printed ma-
terial, and stitching machines.
For maintaining and operating this up-to-
date printing plant the University has 14 full-
time employees. Bruee F. Denbo, Supervisor
and Director of University Press, Don Grote,
Manager and Assistant Director of Student Pub-
lications, Edward L. Swift, Jr., Foreman, Miss
Stella Mac Ison, Bookkeeper-Secretary, Karl E.
Davis, Robert Haney, Robert Rhodus, Stanley
McMurray, Owen Montgomery, Mike Scanlon,
David Stryker, Charles Rogerson, Robert Sparks,
Bernice Walker, Printing Department.
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The 1953 Kentuckian
When people come to the Kentuckian of-
fice they step over the threshold into the
confusion of glue pots, typewriters, sheaves
of paper, and tables laden with old books,
scissors, red pencils, T squares, rulers, and
a razor blade or two. After stumbling over
the waste paper basket, which the business
manager has placed in the middle of the
floor where she is more apt to miss it, they
wonder how anyone could possibly get
Things have been happening like this all
year, however. After spring appointments
of the 1953 Kentuckian staff, the editorial
office went to work planning the following
year's book. During the summer the Ken-
tuckian went on. The managing editor
drew up the prospective dummy. Confer-
ences were held with engravers and print-
ers. When school started again in the fall
there was the mad rush to start getting pic-
tures, especially snaps of autumn activities
before the leaves fell.
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aging Edna, JULIE BLUMENTHAL
All during the fall it was a scramble,
people forgot to show up for their pic-
tures, we had monetary trouble with
S. C. A., organizations complained about
the price per page 'increase, form sheets
were neglected, but despite it all, the mas-
ter dummy was Hnally planned and drawn,
and some semblance of progress could be
Around the first of March a rumor
started around the office that there was a
deadline to be met. And it was true, there
was a deadline. We were severely handi-
capped by the loss of some of our staff.
There were only six staff members besides
the four editors. These six performed mir-
acles during February and March. Plates
were furiously mounted and marked, idents
were typed, organizational copy was writ-
ten, cutlines and copy were pasted up,
and after a few night sessions everyone
breathed a sigh of relief.
From here on in there is a mad scramble
between editors, the printers, the engrav-
ers, cover designers, and the book binders
to see if something resembling a yearbook
can't be ready for distribution before grad-
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Long before there was even
a scrap of paper resembling a
new yearbook, the Kentuckian
business office was already sell-
ing books. At fall registration
their crafty salesmen coerced un-
suspecting freshmen into buying,
and as the semester progressed
their propaganda spread over the
Assistant Business Manager
campus until enough people fin-
ally broke down and paid the
necessary iive bucks. Then came
the job of making the columns
add up and also of being sure
they were in black ink. After the
other desks were locked up and
growing musty the business staff
still had to distribute the books
and take care of final accounts
before we could close up shop on
Fred Bradley .... Editor-in-Chief
Jim Perry . . Managing Editor
Anne Downing . . . Business Manager
julie Blumenthal . . Associate Editor
Pray Jones . . Asslt Business Manager
Joe Bill Howard
Doris Morgan . . .
Don Risch . .
Betty Jo Martin
Jean Skinner .
. Sports Editor
. Cover Design
. Copy Writers
. Business Staff
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Threlkeld, Stewart, Morrison, Netherton, Baldwin, Kaiser, Cole, Kelley
Rice, Evans, Myers, Blount, David
The Kentucky Engineer
The Kentucky Engineer is the student pub-
lication of the College of Engineering and the
Kentucky Society of Professional Engineers.
Included in the staff are students and faculty
of the College of Engineering. Articles are
of a semi-technical nature and of engineering
interest. The publication, which comes out
quarterly, is a member of the Engineering
Company College Magazines Associated.
Faculty advisor is Prof. E. Everett Elsey.
Ray Myers was editorg Bob Morrison, man-
aging editorg Roberta Rice, secretaryg Dan
Kelley, business manager, A. K. Linville, fea-
ture editorg and Dick Baldwin, picture editor,
The stall included Bill Blount, Ken Cole, Rob-
ert David, joe Kaiser, Elliott Netherton, Jim
Stephens, Ronald Stewart, and Orville Threl-
McKaig, Boster, Moffit, Cnrncs, Lewis, Kostas, Murphy
Kentucky Law ournal
The Kentucky Law journal, established in
1913, is published by the College of Law fac-
ulty and student body. Containing chiefly
articles of legal interest, the Journal hopes to
develop skillful research among the students
and to encourage writing in the legal field.
Frederick Whiteside is faculty adviser.
Robert C. Moffit was editor-in-chief of the
Kentucky Law Journal this past year with
William Rice as associate editor. Norma D.
Boster was business manager and Charles C.
Carnes was note editor.
Members of the staff were Norma D. Bos-
ter, Charles C. Carnes, James Kostas,
Thomas P. Lewis, Dianne McKaig, Robert C.
Mofiit, and William Rice.
Dorton, Myers, Wood, Redding
The K-Book was started on campus as the
Freshman Handbook in 1912. It is an in-
formational booklet distributed in September
to all freshmen and new students, providing
them with useful suggestions on the Univer-
sity and helping to acquaint them with col-
It is financed by contributions from the
Student Government Association, the House
Presidents Council, the YMCA, and the
YWCA. Minor contributions are collected
from individual organizations by Alpha Phi
Faculty advisor is William E. Baer. The
staff for the year included Iudy Henry, editor,
Carol Dorton, assistant editor, jim Perry, busi-
ness manager, and Larry Meyer, Claire Wood,
and Rosalie Redding.
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Freshman Women's Honorary
Sophomore Wl7ll1Cl1,S Honorary
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, C k 'll B rry, Carroll-, Taylor Dupps, Severs, Justice Fischer, Burnett, Konsler
Boyle oc ellollgcis, House, Townsend, Walker, Steilln-rg, Behnett, Morris
Phi Eta Sigma
Phi Eta Sigma was founded at the Univer-
sity of Illinois in 1934 and was installed' OH
campus on December 5, 1946. The principal
activity of this fraternity is to help plan the
annual Honors Day Convocation. At this
time recognition is given to all students with
a 2.3 standing or better. Scholarship and
other awards are given to other outstanding
Faculty advisor is Dr. L. H- T0W1l5eHd-
Other members in faculty include Dean M.. M.
White, Dr. H. L. Donovan, Prof. J. S. Horme,
Dr. C. C. Carpenter, Dr. Rhea Taylor.
Oflicers for the year were John W. Walker,
president, Ken McGee, vice-president, Carl
Kennedy, secretary, Alan Steilberg, treasurer.
Members: Wendell S. Norman, Robert L. Rodgers,
Frank F. Taylor, Henry R. Bennett, James R. Boyle,
William C. Coekerill, William R. Dupps, John C. Jus-
tice, Lewis B. Barnett, Luther P. House, Leslie VV.
Morris, Charles B. Severs, Wayne J. Carroll, Thomas
R. Konsler, Jolm D. Fischer, William Daugherty, Eu-
gene D. Beam, D. H. Boyd, Jr., Jack W. Clark, Tho-
mas Todcl, Ray T. Reynolds, Penrith Goff, Jaek Win-
stead, Rodney Giles, Edwin R. Berry, Ken McGee,
John VValker, Gerald J. Sehwendeman, llenry A.
Steilberg, Carl Kennedy, Alvin Egbert, James T.
Bradbury, Charles H. Campbell, Stuart G. Carpenter,
John W. Ernst, W. Emery Fluhr, James C. Hastings,
Paul D. Holleman, Edward R. Kearns, llenry Maescr,
William J. McCarty, Fred A. Nichols, David H.
Sehmieder, Jack B. Boylan, John B. Brannon, James
W. McCurry, Lawrence ll. Riddle, William B. Snyder.
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Morris, Phelps, Poor, Shadonn, Ashbrook, Bennett, Stcilheryz, Fischer, Suit, Adams
Palmer, Kennedy, Norman. Carroll, House
Keys was founded in 1906 at the Univer-
sity of Kentucky to honor the outstanding
sophomore in each social fraternity and to
promote the spirit of brotherhood among the
fraternities. The faculty advisor is Dean Car-
Officers: Carl Kennedy, president, Charles
Palmer, vice president, Luther House, secre-
tary, Wayne Carroll, treasurer.
Members: Carl Kennedy, Wendell Norman,
Leslie Morris, Henry Bennett, David Adams,
Glenn Sanderfur, Luther House, George Sha-
doan, Wayne Carroll, Allan Steilberg, John
F iseher, james Ashbrook, Bill Phelps, Charles
Palmer, Lewis Barnett, Marvin Suit, Cary
Newton, William Poor.
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The Valentine Dance, sponsored by Keys, Was held in the Stu-
dent Union Building. Keys held this dance in place of their former
Sadies Hawkins Day Dance.
Hazeleen Pace Was named Miss Valentine. Her attendants were
Janet Wood and Iacke Cottom.
Wertheim, Hovermnlc, Douglas, Myers, Whnlin, Nutt, White, Walker, Hastings, Baughmun, Hudson, Ernst,
Dickson, Glass, Perry,.Cnrtcr, LL-vas, Smith
Lances Carnival was a major event again
last October, with Kappa Alpha taking first
place in the fraternity division and Chi Omega
in the sorority division. Pat Wheatley was
chosen Queen of Lances dance. jane Tinder
was first attendant, and Sally Trimble was
Lances was founded at the University of
Kentucky in 1903. It is a junior men's leader-
ship society, and it aims to foster good will
and to recognize qualities of scholarship and
leadership in the junior class.
Officers for the year were James Hudson,
president, john Baughman, vice-president,
James Carter, secretary, and William Douglas,
treasurer. Faculty adviser is Dr. Earl Kauff-
Members: Evangelos Levas, Max Smith,
William Douglas, William Gerrard, john
Baughman, J. Kennity Cole, Ray Meyers, john
Walker, james Hudson, Pete Carter, Sidney
White, Charles Whalen, George Wertheim,
Charles Campbell, Van Nutt, john Ernest,
Wayne Carroll, Fred Williams, Kennith Mc-
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Hovermale, Linville, Richardson, Thompson, Proffitt, Dickson, Bradbury
Neel, Glass, Holland, Holleman, Gardner, Carpenter
Lamp and Cross
The purpose of Lamp and Cross is to rec-
ognize senior men who leave displayed out-
standing leadership abilities throughout their
college careers. Members must maintain a
1.5 standing and be active in campus organi-
zations. Lamp and Cross was founded on
this campus in 1903. The faculty adviser is
Thompson R. Bryant.
Oiiicers: Read Holland, president, Paul
Holleman, vice-president, Carter Glass, sec-
retary, Jess Gardner, treasurer.
Members: Douglas Adamson, James Brad-
bury, Stuart Carpenter, Stanley Dickson, Iess
Gardner, Garter Glass, Read Holland, Paul
I-Iolleman, Ralph Hovermale, I. R. Jones,
George Lawson, Evangelos Levas, A. K. Lin-
ville, Henry Maeser, T. Y. Martin, Glenn
Mills, Henry Neel, James Perry, Iohn Profiitt,
Don Richardson, William Snyder, and Ray-
Compton, Cnton, Hubbard, Fisher, Moore, King, MeCouIf, Steele
Sandner, Kelley, Hurt, Farmer, Maggnrd, Romnnowitz, Karrick, Milburn
Mortar Board was founded in 1918 in Syra-
cuse, New York. Staff and Crown chapter
was installed on campus in 1920. Its purpose
is to provide for the cooperation between
societies, to promote college loyalty, to ad-
vance the spirit of service and fellowship
among university women, to maintain a high
standard of scholarship, to recognize and en-
courage leadership, and to stimulate and de-
velop a finer type of college WOIUCH-
Honorary members include Miss Mildred
Lewis, Miss Sally Pence, Miss Lulie Logflfl,
Miss Anne Callihan, Mrs. Lola Robinson, Mrs.
Sarah B. I-Iolmes, Miss Margaret I. King, Miss
Marguerite McLaughlin, and Mrs. H- L-
Donovan. Faculty advisors are: Miss jean
Marie McConnell, Mrs. Henry Taylor, and
Mrs. Mary Carver Lutz.
Oflieers for the year were Ruth Ann Mag-
gard, president, Betty Jo Kelley, vice-pregi-
dent, Lois Romanowitz, secretary, Molly Ann
McCoulf, treasurer, and Bonnie Compton,
Members: Carol Sue Caton, Bonnie Compton Mar-
lene Farmer, Elizabeth Fisher, Mildred Hart ,leanne
Hubbard, Shirley Karriek, Betty lo Kelley Marjorie
Kin!-Z, Rllfll A1111 Maggard, Molly Ann McCoulf Mar-
tha Milburn, Patricia Moore, Patrieia Pattersori Lois
Romanowitz, Ruth Sandner, Marilyn Steele. l
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Proffitt, Jones, L. Jones, H. Richardson, McCurry, Spivey, Campbell, Dickson, Bradbury, Cherry
Stein, McIntyre, Holland, Holleman, Lee, Cruose
micron Delta Kappa
Omicron Delta Kappa was founded in 1914 at
VVashington and Lee University, and Nu Circle chap-
ter was installed on campus on May 4, 1925. Its
purpose is to recognize men who have attained a
high standard of leadership in collegiate activities, to
bring together the most representative men in all
phases of college life, and to assemble members of
the faculty and student body of the institution on a
basis of mutual interest, understanding, and helpful-
Officers for the year were Paul Holleman, presi-
dentg Joe Lee, vice-president, Read Holland, secre-
tary, R. D. McIntyre, treasurer. Faculty advisor is
Dr. Edwin Stein.
Omicron Delta Kappa through its football tag sales
campaign has contributed to student welfare by pro-
viding lights for the intramural field, by'installing a
new television set in the Student Union Building, by
sponsoring a marriage clinic, and by sponsoring All
Members in faculty include Herman L. Donovan,
Leo Chamberlain, A. D. Kirwan, Frank Peterson, Ezra
Gillis, Elvis Stahr, M. M. White, Cecil Carpenter,
Frank Dickey, Daniel Terrell, Herman E. Spivey,
Dewey Steele, Thomas Clark, Charles Snow, Robert
E. Shaver, Roy Moreland, James W. Martin, L. J.
Horlacher, David Blythe, Staley Adams, H. H. Down-
ing, R. D. McIntyre, Paul Bryant, Bernie Shively,
Adolph Rupp, Edwin Stein, Paul Dietzel, C. S.
Crouse, W. P. Garrigus, G. Davis Buckner, William
S. Ward, William L. Matthews, Niel Plummer, and
Honorary members are Albert B. Chandler, Keen
Johnson, James Park, Barry Bingham, Eugene List,
Raymond McLain, Fred B. Wachs, and James Ken-
Members: James T. Bardbury, Charles H. Camp-
bell, Richard E. Cherry, Stanley Dickson, Jess L.
Gardner, Paul Hollemen, Harry Jones, Larry Jones,
Joe Lee, Henry Maeser, John R. Proffitt, Don L.
As? 3 ORGANIZATIONS
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Vnllenn, Roberts, Threlkeld, Carpenter, Schmitt, Netherton
Doyle, Rnek, More, Harrison
Pfanstriel, Levas, Grover, Adams, Smith, W.
Gerrard, Jones, Newton, Young, Smith, C., Compton
Alpha Phi Omega
Alpha Phi Omega was founded on Decem-
ber 16, 1925, at Lafayette College, Easton,
Pennsylvania. Of the 285 chapters in the
country the local chapter, Alpha Zeta, was in-
stalled on campus in 1931.
Officers for the year were Marvin jones,
president, Bill Gerrard and Gerry Newton,
vice-presidents, Jim Hampton, secretary, Bill
Valleau, treasurer, Don Adams, corresponding
secretary, and Elliot Netherton, Historian.
Faculty members are Dr. Lyle Croft and Bart
The purpose of Alpha Phi Omega is: "To
assemble college men in the fellowship of the
Scout Oath and Law, to develop friendship
and promote service to humanity."
Actives: Don Adams, Caden Blincoc, Stewart Car-
penter, Robert Cobb, William Gerrard, Ivan Gold-
farb, Thomas Cover, Rick Grimes, Jim Hampton,
Marvin Jones, Evangelos Levas, Earl Levy, William
Locker, Arch Mainous, Robert Moore, Elliot Nether-
ton, John E. Roberts III, James Sandidge, Russell
Schmitt, Donald Schott, Norman Schott, Allen Shew-
maker, Isaac Thacker, Andrew Wallace, Don Weber,
Douglas Wilson, William Valleau.
Pledges: William Compton, Milles Doyle, Iohn
Harrison, Everett Peansteil, Glenn Roberts, Jim Rob-
erts, Carl William Smith, Brian Taylor, Orville
Threlkeld, Robert Young, and Mike Ganji.
Davis, Maloney, Payne, Coleman, Barnhill, Farmer, Ward, King, Redd
Campbell, Hcuser, Harney, Schrider, Heinz, Dunlap, Mauser, Hamilton
Watlington, Latimer, Parr, Lane, Murad, Hillhorn, Truitt
League of Women Voters
The Campus League of Women Voters,
founded in 1920, is affiliated with the League
of Women Voters of the United States. It
was installed on the University of Kentucky
campus in 1946. The purpose of the group is
to promote intelligent discussion among col-
lege students and to encourage active citizen-
ship. Dr. Gladys Kammerer is faculty ad-
Oilieers: Lucy Ward, president, Marlene Farmer,
vice-president, Emma Belle Barnhill, recording sec-
retary, Chickie Shrider, corresponding secretary,
Katherine Campbell, treasurer, Anne Crockett, pub-
licity chairman, Jane Dale Clark, program chairman.
Members: Marlene Farmer, Sue Hillborn, Joyce
Stephens, Jane Murad, Katherine Campbell, Pat Huff-
man, Pat Harney, Elizabeth Smith, Chickie Shrider,
Leila Heinz, Peggy Redd, Ginny Snidow, Lucy Dun-
lap, Anne Crockett, Joan Martin, Emma Carol Smith,
Pat Watlington, Sue Fields, Janet Payne, Beverly
Hughes, Ruth Maloney, Emmy Glo Davis, Anne Cov-
ington Phelps, Norma Wright, Barbara Routt, Lucy
Ward, Jane Truitt, Betty Lane, Bonnie Redding,
Diane Parr, Hazeleen Pace, Phyllis Jones, Martha
Jones, Nancy Roberts, Judy Hamilton, Wyona King,
Betty Ann Latimer, Mary Ashbrook, Marjorie Bailey,
Ida Ann Plue, Nancy Riddle, Lillis Beam, Amy Par-
ish, Margy Clift, Charlotte Jarvis.
Steilberg, Stivers, Jett, Stone, M. Pardee, Rice, Hulett, Bowman, Adkins, Logan, Ahmann, Masan, Pitchford,
Linknus, Caudill, Daughtery, Lorch, Fletcher
Johnston, Healy, Huflage, May, Schwarz, Jenny, Gum, Blevins, Jennings, Siria, Thomas, Parker
Carpenter, Kurz, Mobley, Adams, Ashbrook, McFadden, Harrison,,Scrivner, Boteler, Myers, Herndon, Songster
Carver, Youman, Shelburne
The Student Union Outing Club was founded on
the University of Kentucky campus in 1949. Its pur-
pose is to encourage outdoor activities among students
and provide a varied program of events in this field.
Dr. Carl Clark is faculty adviser.
The first event of the year for the Outing Club was
a boat cruise on the Kentucky river with forty mem-
bers present. Other events included Sunday after-
noon hikes to places of interest near Lexington, cave
exploring, mountain climbing, and overnights on the
Officers: Skippie Youman, president, Ricki Cald-
well, vice-president, Eloise Lorch, secretary, Nancy
Allen Turman, treasurer.
Members: Donna Adams, James Adkins, Joyce Ahmann,
Barbara Ashbrook, Allenc Bach, Mary Jo Bach, Nancye Lou
Ballard, Mary Sue Bell, Jonnye Bishop, Jean Blevins, Judy
Boteler, Marjorie Bouton, Patricia Bowman, Glenn Bromagen,
Gerald Browning, Roy V. Bunting, Johnny Burke, Stuart Car-
penter, Ricki Caldwell, Jesse Caudill, Dave Chatwell, Connie
Combs, Jane Combs, Bill Daugherty, Mary Eades, John D.
Fisher, Bud Fletcher, Mary Lou Garver, Jimmy Graybill, Allen
Grillot, Helen Gum, Jim Harris, K. K. Harris, Helene Hat-
rison, Ken Hatfield, Joan Healy, Lil Hensler, Cynthia Hern-
don, Pat Hoffman, Ralph Hovermale, Mary Ann Hullage, Bar-
bara Hulett, Virginia Jennings, Joyce Jenny, W. R. Johnston,
Bruce Kunkle, Virginia Kurz, David Linkous, Martha Tom
Logan, Eloise Lorch, John Lorch, Martha Mason, Martha May,
Marilyn McDonald, Virginia McFadden, Frances McGuire,
Anna McNeill, Betty Menough, Al Meyers, Mary Ann Miley,
Dorothy Mobley, Pat Mohlcy, Ruth E. Moore,'Martha Morgan,
Betty Ann Myers, Ann Officer, Elaine Osburn, Clarence Purdee,
Margaret Parker, Diane Parr, Nancy Paul, Lou Pitchford,
Carolyn Rees, Marilyn Remmers, Ann Rezzonica, Harold Rice,
Bob Robinson, Tom Sandidge, Sarah Schumann, Debbie
Schwarz, Frank Scinta, Phyllis Scrivner, Eugene Scroggin,
Emily Shelburn, Bill Simpson, Anna Siria, Rosanne Smith,
Curtis Songster, Philip Spalding, Alan Steilberg, Ruth Stilz,
J. R. Stivers, Marc R. Stone, Donna Sturdevan, James R. Sum-
merlin, Sarah Ann Taylor, Margie Ann Thomas, Bill Thornton,
Virginia Todd, Nancy Townsley, Nancy Allen Turman, Bill
Valleau, Johnny Walker, Mary Wilkins, Skippie Youman.
Student Union Board
The Student Union Board sponsors the ac-
tivities of the Student Union through its seven
committees. These activities include Sweater
Swings, informal student discussions, hikes,
overnight camping trips, art exhibits, bridge
lessons and tournaments, billiard tournaments,
and ping pong tournaments.
The seven committees and their chairmen
were: Activities, Pat Hervey, Art and Poster,
Joyce Miles, Coffee Chat, Ruth Sandner,
House, Carol Milkeyg Publicity, Emma Belle
Barnhill, and Sports, Corky Glass.
Hervey, Miles, Dickson, Youmnn, Sanders
Ollicers for the year were Stanley Dickson,
president, Corky Class, vice-president, Ioyce
Miles, secretary, and Ruth Sandner, treasurer.
In order to be eligible for the Board, a stu-
dent must render outstanding service on one
of the committees, maintain a standing of at
least 1.5 and be an upperclassman.
All students are eligible for membership on
one of the Student Union Committees.
Roberts, Officer, Phillips, Campbell, Looney, Snodgrass, Renaker, Rose, Gash, Asher, Hardwick, Nutt, Lutz,
Lorch, Ernst, Leathers
Downing, Sahel, Watts, McGary, Anderson, G. Anderson, J. Gudgel, Conyers, Faulkner, Perkins, Calvert, Rott,
Schnattcr, Wilson, King, Levas
Gallivan, Hervey, Phelps, Hager, Dawkins, Fischer, Rezzonico, Cooksey, Kearby, Ahmnnn, Blumenthal, Matlock
Suky, University of Kentucky pep organiza-
tion, was formed in 1920. It is dedicated to
organizing and increasing school spirit in the
student body, and to giving active support to
the University athletic program and main-
taining the traditions of the campus. Member-
ship is limited to fifty students and is based
on a point system for a year's tryout period.
Suky sponsors all pep rallies, the card sec-
tions at football games, and Welcome and
sendofi celebrations for athletic teams.
The biggest event sponsored by Suky is the
annual May Day parade, queen eoronation,
and dance in the SUB.
Officers: Evangelos Lcvas, president, Carol Milkey,
vice-president, Jean Phelps, secretary, Louise Wil-
hite, treasurer, and Bob Faulkner, try-out manager.
Members: Joyce Ahmann, Glenna Anderson, Joyce
Anderson, Neal Asher, Julia Blumenthal, Ronnie But-
ler, Virginia Calvert, Nancy Campbell, Patsy Conyers,
Eloise Cooksey, Ann Dawkins, Ann Downing, Martie
Driskill, Jolm Ernest, John Faulkner, Bobby Finn,
Janet Fischer, Elizabeth Fisher, Beth Galvin, Eleanor
Gash Fothergill, Marie Goggin, Carl Gudgel, Jody
Hager, Jean Hardwick, Pat Hervey, Marian Kerby,
Marjorie King, Angel Levas, Audrey Looney, John
Lorch, Jim Lyon, Peggy Matlock, Doris McGary, Pat
Morrissey, Van Nutt, Ann Ofiicer, Carolyn Perkins,
Jean Phelps, Mary Phillips, Diane Renaker, Ann Rez-
zonico, John Roberts, Gene Rose, Peggy Sabel, Bob
Schnatter, Gerry Snodgras, Annette Watts, Louise
Wilhite, and Marilyn Wilson.
Cheerleaders: Susan Druley, Beverly Hagan, Mary
Ann Miley, Lois Smith, Red Leidner, E. T. Kash,
Buddy Greco, and Ted Bennett.
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May Day Float
Thornton, Burke, Cnudill, McKnight, Millcy, Bulkhead T wnslcy Shirley Hnrrls
Ilondurnnt, Hudson, Elliott, Hartford, KLlly Blgstaff Gill Rohuts Rose
Pvrlmix, Tindull, Fischer, Sullivvnt, Locke, Ruydcn, L Muulow lloydcn M 'looln Duttlhoff
Abruhnm, llczzonico, Burke-r, Fauquier, Songstu Irullt C oggxn Smith L Johnson
The University of Kentucky Troupers were
organized on campus in 1940 to stimulate
physical education activities and to introduce
the people of Kentucky to the various activi-
tics sponsored by the University of Kentucky
physical education department.
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The Women's Athletic Association sponsors
the intramural series of sports for women on
campus. These include hockey, basketball,
swimming and volleyball.
The WAA also sponsors two Play Days
each year. One of these is for Fayette County
high schools, and the other features all col-
leges in Kentucky plus the University of Cin-
cinnati. All women's sports trophies are pre-
sented at the annual WAA banquet.
WAA was founded on the University of
Kentucky campus in 1922. Since then it has
tried to encourage athletics for all undergrad-
uate girls at UK and to develop a spirit of
fair play, sportsmanship, and fellowship
among the students.
Officers for the year were: Marilyn Mc-
Donald, presidentg Nancy Lilly, vice-presi-
dentg Cissy Hatfield, secretaryg and Ann Mc-
Matlock, Tinsley, Vaughan, Wood, Villesvik, McIntosh, Gilb, Downing
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The Blue Marlins is a Womenis
swimming group whose purpose is to
promote interest in aquatics and syn-
chronized swimming. Miss Jane Fink
is their advisor.
The club is divided into two groups
-the Guppies or pledges and the
Major Group. Tryouts are held in the
fall to select new Guppies. A Guppie
becomes a member of the Major
Group after she has participated in at
least one Water show and certain re-
quirements in aquatic skill.
The main events of the year were
the water show held in February, the
UK intramural swimming meets for
girls, and a banquet. The Blue Mar-
lins also participated in Play Day.
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Baptist Student Union
The Baptist Student Union CBSUQ is the
connecting link between the University stu-
dent and a Baptist church in his college com-
munity. The BSU Center, "your home away
from homef' is located just across from the
Cirls' Dormitories at 371 South Limestone St.
The BSU seeks to coordinate the religious
activities and to promote the spiritual devel-
opment of the Baptist students in the Univer-
sity of Kentucky. The over-all program is
planned by an Executive Council that is
Some of the regular features of the BSU
program are: Noonday devotions Monday-
Friday at 12:00-12:15, three BSU choirs
Cregular, boys, and girlsj, Christmas Coffee,
Spring Banquet, Ridgecrest, numerous fellow-
ships, girls, and boys, intramural sports, pro-
visions for ping pong, badminton, cooking,
etc. at the Center.
In BSU, the student finds not only a place
of friendship and fellowship but also a place
of service to Cod and to his fellow man.
The Baptist Student Union was founded at
Baylor University in 1920 and was installed
on campus on December 14, 1981. Faculty
advisor is Sherman Vanaman, Ir.
Officers for the year were Bill Dawson,
president, Bob Amis and Betty Batson, vice-
presidents, Martha Carter, secretary, and Roy
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Cousins, Copeland, Shine. Tudor, Ford
Meyers, Fryman, Jones, Smith, Ilorton
Shine, Shumaker, Steilberg. Head. Slagcl, Sturdr-van
The Canterbury Club, Episcopal Student Organiza-
tion, was founded at New York State Teachers Col-
lege in 1918. It was installed on campus in 1945
and is under the guidance of Rev. W. D. Smith. Fac-
ulty advisor is Mr. Arnold Blackburn.
Officers for the year were Robert H. Steilbcrg,
president, Albert L. Meyers and Daniel Gene Tudor,
vice-presidents, Elaine Shumaker, secretaryg Charles
E. Ford, treasurer.
The group meets every Sunday night at 6:00 for
slipper and a program at the Church of the Good
Shepherd. Other activities throughout the year in-
clude fall and spring retreats, Lenten tea forums,
socials, and a spring and fall hike. Holy Communion
is given each Tuesday morning in the Interfaith Cha-
pel at the Student Union Building.
The purpose of the Canterbury Club is to promote
a better understanding of the faith and practice of
the Episcopal Church and loyalty to its corporate life.
Members: Charles C. Bastin, Norval R. Copeland,
Robert S. Cousins, Margaret Crudden, Charles E.
Ford, Betty Carol Fryman, George A. Ilead, Marvin
B. Horton, Susan A. Hottel, Glenn lloehstrasser, Bar-
bara T. jones, XVilliam C. Laverty, Albert L. Meyers,
Ainslec Pearce, Robert Pollett, Nancy Riddle, George
F. Scarborough, Karen B. Shine, Lee C. Shine, Elaine
Sbumaker, Donald E. Slagel, Robert Il. Stcilbcrg,
Frank F. Taylor, Mary G. Taylor, Daniel Gene Tudor,
Caroline E. Turner.
Reece, Harris, jones, Kirby, Howard, Beard, Sellards, Daugherty
Highfield, Adams, Carter, Shaw, Asch, Thompson, Taylor, Moore, Jones
Coeanougher, Foster, Wykes, Kirby, Akers, Walters, Shaw
Rowland, Popp, Williams, Millers, Inglc, Loveland
Disciple Student Fellowship
Disciples of Christ Student Fellowship was founded
December, 1947, in Lawrence, Kansas. The local
chapter, Disciples Student Fellowship, is affiliated
with the Central Christian Church. Staff advisors in-
clude Mr. Lyle D. Sellards, Director of Student Ac-
tivities, Dr. Leslie R. Smith, Minister, Mr. Gentry A.
Shelton, Minister of Education and Music.
Activities include retreats, cabinet and committee
meetings, parties, study and prayer groups, and serv-
ice projects. Ollicers for the year were Harry Carter,
president, Dale Robinson and Beverly Shaw, vice-
presidentsg Mary Iane Kirby, recording secretary,
june Loveland, corresponding secretary, Paul Shaw,
treasurer, Norma Devine and VVayne Carroll, Inter-
The DSF is for all Christian Church students who
desire to keep their Christian faith central in their
Members: Eddie Adams, Anna It-an Akers, Pauline Allen,
Walter Anderson, Albert Asch, Mary Ann Ashmore, Nicl
Barry, Jr., Paul Beard, Doris Bentley, Betty Ann Bishop, Bette
Blakemore, Dean Bottrell, Peggy Brandenburg, Beverly Brown-
ing, Bobbie Browning, Sophia Burgin, Alice Callahan, Wayne
Carroll, Harry Carter, Billy Clark, Jane Clark, Mildred Joyce
Clark, Jane Cocanougher, Bobby Wayne Cook, Betty Coomer,
John Crowdcn, Lois Dale, Betty Lou Daugherty, Clayton
Daugherty, David Robert, Norma Devine, Alberta Elkins,
Betty Ellis, Barbara Featherston, Lo Ann Fields, Mary Foster,
Bonnie Gibson, Charles Highfield, Archie Howard, Peggy
Ilumbert, Margaret Ingle, Willie Jackson, Ellen Karnes, Rich-
ard King, Arthur Kirby, John Kirby, Mary Jane Kirby, Pat
Knadler, janet Kohl, Carolec Kurtz, Bobby LeMnrr, Nancy Lick-
ert, Joanne Loekenour, June Loveland, Ann Lutes, Morton
MeAnally, Patsy MeCutchen, Joyce McGuire, Randel Martin,
Judy Miller, Malcolm Miller, Roy Miller, Margaret Myers,
Phoebe Nelins, Carolyn Oliver, Everett Pfanstiel, Carolyn Popp,
Alice Porter, Robert Bruce Poundstone, Ierry Reece, Peggy
Redd, George Dale Robinson, Ruth Rowland, George Ryals,
Lillian Safely, Beverly Shaw, Paul Shaw, Emily Shelburne,
John Simmons, Harold Ray Smith, Leslie Smith, Ir., Stanley
Smith, Ann Snyder, Ben Stapleton, Barbara Storm, Martha
Tarpley, Larry Taylor, Jo Anne Thomas, Edward Thompson,
Margaret Thompson, Cecil Upchurch, Laura Vance, Iohn Vos-
burgh, Cecilia Ann Walters, Ioyee Walters, Barbara Jean
Watts, Maurice Webber, Barbara Weesner, Gloria Wiggins,
Katherine Williams, Barbara Wilson, John Paul Witte, Ann
Roth, Tiller, Levy, Abraham, DuBow, Frankel, Frost, Mayer, Bond, Carroll, Cole
Clickstcin, Sonnubr-nd, Goldberg, C.. Wishnin, Goldberg, K., Travis, Shuikun, Ruby, Iossclson, Bullows, Cohen,
Bcdcrnmn. Nz-wman, Golclfarb, Stone, Davis, Blumenthal
Hillel Foundation was organized on the
University of Kentucky campus in 1938 to
bring an educational, social and cultural pro-
gram to the Jewish students on campus.
Hillel meets twice a month at Temple
Adath Israel. Meetings are held on Sunday
evenings. Throughout the year, Hillel pre-
sents religious services, noon-day forum
lunches, and other programs of interest.
Ivan Goldfarb is president of the Hillel
Foundation. Other Officers are Sanford Bed-
erman, vice-president, Sonia Stone, secretary,
and Sue Newman, treasurer. Rabbi Maurice
Davis is advisor for the group.
The Newman Club was founded at the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania in 1893 and was in-
stalled on campus in 1914. Its purpose is to
promote and foster the spiritual, intellectual,
and social activities among the Catholic stu-
dents on campus.
Faculty advisor is Mr. Paul Oberst. Olli-
cers for the year were Olin Gentry, president,
Betty jo Kelley, vice-president, Carol Gudgel,
secretary, James McDonald, treasurer, Iody
The Newman Club sponsors numerous so-
cial aflfairs including several picnics during the
year as well as one of the largest dances on
campus, the Mardi Gras Ball. Every third
Sunday of the month the Club attends Mass
in a body at the 9:20 Mass at Christ the King
Church, and this is followed by a Breakfast
in the school cafeteria.
Owens, Buick, Stewart, Meriman, Ressenfoss, Ising, McGullen, Ginocchis, Coffman, Dolan, Sutherland, Sweiter-
man, Anderson, Vandevelde, Shircliff, Carter
Fehr, Butler, Schmitt, Elsncr, McAnallen, Spalding, Hutchinson, Parker, Bean, Rust, Winn, Rutmnycr, Looney,
Averill, Sharp, Weher, Francis, Ilesshig, Heilim:
Barnoth, Ritter, Walton, Donovan, Terncy, Gudgcl, Gentry, Kelly, McDonald, Wetherby, Crossland, Houlehan,
Shouse, Leeds, Carroll, Bowman, Gentry, Marquis, Notaro, Stoeckinger, Elder, McDonald, Swieterxnan, Keller,
Holtzclaw Wright, Perry, Shadoan, W., Cole, Hudson, Shadoan, G., Morris, Prather
Noglcy, Jones, M., Nletherton, jones, R., Carpenter, Profitt, Brabant, Schnatter, Ireland, Harrison, Jones, B.
Young, Wnlkcr, Copeland, Schrader, Jones, B., Ilcxront, Brannon, Kane, Peak
Phalanx fraternity was founded as a branch
of the YMCA at Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
in 1921. Peak chapter was installed on the
UK campus in 1943. Its purpose is to unite
young men in cooperative effort to practice
and to extend Christian standards and ideals.
Bart N. Peak is the faculty adviser.
Phalanx meets at noon on Tuesday each
week. Their projects for the year include the
Easter Lily sale for aid to crippled children,
weekly trips to entertain the boys at Green-
dale school for boys, programs at the Good
Samaritan Hospital, the Crippled Childrens
Home, and Cardinal Hill Hospital.
Officers for the year were Iames jones,
president, james Rexroat, vice-president, Nor-
val R. Copeland, secretary, George Schrader,
Members: I. Altmiller, L. Barnett, I. Bishop, T
Brabant, I. Brannon, C. Campbell, S. Carpenter, K
Cole, N. Copeland, M. France, K. Glass, I. Harrison
I. Holtzclaw, I. Hudson, I. Ireland, R. Jones, M
Jones, I. Jones, W. Jones, E. Kane, J. Kelly, I. Morris
C. Ncglcy, H. Netherton, C. Palmer, J. Perry, T
Prather, I. Proffitt, I, Ilcxroat, G. Schrader, E
Schreiner, B. Schualter, G. Shadoan, W. Shadoan, R
Walker, I. Wright, W. White, R. Young.
Miller, Fitch, Hobgood, Edwnrds, Youmnn, Hubbard, Mnggnrd, Bartlett, Bnrnhill
Rice, Young, Hu
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Carter, Wnlkcr, Holtzclnw, Doyle, Lewis, Ernst, Jones
dson, Brnnnon, Proffitt, Watson, Boggcss, Barker, jones, Ncthcrton
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bers. It made its annual spring tour from Feb-
ruary 26 to March 2. On this tour the band
appeared in Louisville, Owensboro, Paducah,
Bowling Green, Glasgow, Lebanon, and Nash-
This group also made numerous civic ap-
pearances, including Founder's Day, Bacca-
laureate, Commencement, Kentucky Educa-
tion Association, Kentucky Derby, and South-
eastern Kentucky Music Festival. It appeared
in a formal Sunday afternoon Musicale on
Warren Lutz was Director, Albert Asch,
President, Bob Cooke, Vice-President, and
Arthur Salutsky, Treasurer.
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University Choristers was founded at the
University of Kentucky in 1932. Mrs. Mil-
dred Sinclair Lewis is Director.
Members: Anna Jean Akers, Betsy Baesler,
Anne Wynn Barker, Joyce Blair, Anita Daniel,
Lucy Jane Dunagen, Betty Lynn Farris, Shir-
ley Fauquier, Normaglen Fields, Patricia Her-
ren, Sally Hoffman, Ann Huddleston, Anita
Hurst, Gail Jennings, Charlotte Lambert,
Mary Lanter, Joan McGee, Carol Milkey,
Eloise Roberts, Mary Carolyn Schenck, Bet-
ty Shaw, Carolyn Siler, Joan Skaggs, Jo Anne
Thomas, Carolyn Turner, Sarah Utterback,
Barbara Watson, John Biggerstaff, Wallace
Briggs, Harry Carter, James Lee Crawford,
Bryson Curry, Kenneth Hake, Gus Kalos,
Aimo Kiviniemi, James Moore, Chants Neal,
John Brooks Pitman, William Ralph, John
Roberts, John Veach Rogers, Max Smith,
Charles Taylor, Howard Tilson, William
Twaddell, James Woodward.
Men's Clee Club
The Men's Glee Club was founded at the
University of Kentucky in 1918 for the pur-
pose of furthering good music on the campus.
Donald Schott was secretary for the year, and
Donald Boone and Carlos Van Valey were
librarians. The director of the organization is
Members: Charles Adams, Robert E. Amis,
Iohn Allen Berkwith, Donald Boone, George
E. Bugg, Donald I. Cooper, Russell Hibbs,
Earl Jones, Frank jones, james Moore, Harry
Perkins, jack Perry, Jeff Ray, Ronald T. Rey-
nolds, John Roberts, Donald Schott, Marvin
Suit, Carlos Van Valey, James Woodward,
Tom Smith, Fred Sears.
The University Mixed Chorus, directed by founded in 1950, with membership open to
Aimo Kiviniemi, presented Handel's Messiah all students, faculty, staff, and townspeople in-
for their winter concert in Memorial Coliseum. terested in performing outstanding choral lit-
The Mixed Chorus is a group which was erature.
Womenls Glee Club
The University W0men's Glee Club was group presents a concert every spring in
formed in order that non-music majors could Memorial Hall as one of the University Musi-
participate in a choral organization. The cales. Miss Virginia Lutz is the director.
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founded in 1918 to provide a Iine orchestral
music for the campusg to give students an op-
portunity to participate in the performance
of great musicg to train music majors in this
fieldg and to allow interested persons in the
community the opportunity to participate in a
symphony orchestra. Dr. Edwin E. Stein is
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Smock, Levas, White, Vance, McGee, Proffitt, Amato, Alexander
Burton, Nichols, Coleman, Catlett, Sparks, Riddle, Hastings, Major Hatcher
Arnold Air Societ
The Arnold Air Society, Senior AF ROTC
Honorary, was founded in 1947 at the Uni-
versity of Cincinnati. The local chapter, Gen-
eral Albert M. Woody Squadron, was installed
on campus in 1948.
Major Walter M. Hatcher, jr., is the faculty
advisor, and Colonel Edward C. Davis is an
honorary member. OfHcers for the year were
Louis E. Catlett, Squadron Commander, Cul-
lie 1. Sparks, Executive Otlicer, john C.
Nichols, Adjutant, Lawrence R. Riddle, Fi-
nance Ofiiecrgbj. Carroll Hastings, Operations
Officer, Morris E. Burton, Publications Officer.
The purpose of the Arnold Air Society is
to further the purpose, mission, tradition, and
concept of the Air Force as it pertains to the
Members: Douglas A. Adamson, Morris E. Burton,
Louis E. Catlett, .Malcolm A. Cole, I. Ward Coleman,
J. Carroll llastings, Henry Maeser, John C. Nichols,
John R. Proffitt, Lawrence R. Riddle, Napoleon M.
Smoek, Robert G. White, Charles R. WVhalin, Ken-
neth 1. McGee, Cullie J. Sparks, Charles ll. Camp-
bell, Anthony J. Amato, Evangelos Levas, Don I.
Williamson, Fred Bradley, Louis ll. Green, Henry
Moss, and Jack R. Roberts.
Pershing Rifles was founded at the University of
Nebraska in 1894. Company C-1 was installed on
campus in 1921. Faculty advisor is Lt. Col. Hun-
gate. Jo Ann Shelton was chosen sponsor and Hon-
orary Captain this year.
Captain was Capt. Lee Congleton, Executive, lst
Lt. Robert Arnold, Social Chairman, 2nd Lt. Morris
Burton, Treasurer, 2nd Lt. Henry Grall, PIO Ollicer,
2nd Lt. Morton Fry, Supply Officer, 2nd Lt. A. K.
Linvilleg lst Sgt. George Shadoan.
The purpose of Pershing Rifles is to encourage, pre-
serve, and develop the highest ideals of the military
profession, to promote American citizenship, to create
a closer and more efficient relationship, and to pro-
vide appropriate recognition of a high degree of mili-
tary ability among the cadets of the several senior
Reserve Oflicers Training Corps units of the govern-
Seniors: M. Alexander, R. E. Arnold, M. E. Burton, I. W.
Coleman, L. Congleton, D. A. Delaney, M. S. Fry, F. E.
Galloway, H. I. Grall, F. R. Guthrie, T. F. Hutzler, A. K. Lin-
ville, J. Mayer, I. Poage, J. Rcxroat, L. W. Neville, C. Whalin,
L. M. Wills.
Juniors: B. C. Burleson, J. D. Butler, D. I. Cooper, J. A.
Carter, G. Caudill, E. L. Conders, B. R. Engle, R. I. Finn,
I. NV. Fust, M. H. Franck, G. R. Giles, J. B. Hall, S. D.
Hutcherson, R. E. Johnson, I. C. Leachman, F. C. Maggard,
D. W. McC1anahan, W. C. Mudd, R. E. Prichard, D. W.
Ryles, J. Steinburg, C. H. Walters, B. J. Yeiser, I. Yonkos.
Sophomores: D. L. Adams, R. B. Adams, D. Baulch, K. F.
Burns, W. I. Clark, O. B. Clore, R. Crisp, R. E. Croft, M. M.
Dickson, A. A. Dusing, W. H. Eddy, R. W. Field, R. S.
Fraser, C. K. Harris, K. K. Harris, G. N. Hart, J. L. Head,
W. G. Martin, I. I. McGee, F. R. Mclrlargue, I. O. Merchant,
G. W. Newton, W. T. Perkins, P. R. Reynolds, R. I. Schmit,
W. E. Schriener, G. W. Shadoan, W. L. Shadoan, R. D.
Shockey, I. T. Taylor, I. W. Taylor, D. W. Thomas, L. K.
Tower, C. E. Turner, R. F. Wachs, A. Wallace, I. T. Walton,
I. C. Whittenburg, J. K. Wills, R. E. Jones.
Pledges: H. Asher, R. Ballard, L. R. Griffin, W. Blount,
Neville, R. Abraham, D. Adams, L. Aiken, N. Britt, B.
Baldwin, I. Cross, W. Cole, T. Dowell, A. Birmingham, R.
Florence, R. Finly, D. Hisle, E. Hall, I. Hicks, K. Hatfield,
A. Harmon, K. Harris, D. Larrimore, B. Goraham, R. Pack,
E. Jones, K. Lucas, R. Ladenburger, S. Mareum, A. McFee,
G. Horn, E. Phanstiel, L. Massey, B. Macklin, B. Lane,
Newman, I. Perrine, R. Reynolds, H. Rice, C. Stevenson,
R. Scott, R. Sympson, C. Sturgill, W. Schorch, Schur,
Shelton, C. Neal, I. Teague, Wilson, D. Young, R.
Hudson, ,H. Prather, E. Trichman, I. Partin, H. Tipton, B.
Hardin, A. Barnes, D. Cannon, Hampton, H. Jaggers, H.
Wooten, J. Harbor.
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Scabbard and Blade, an honorary military
fraternity for advanced military students, was
founded in 1904 at the University of Michi-
gan. Company D, Fourth Regiment was in-
stalled at the University of Kentucky in 1923.
Membership in Scabbard and Blade re-
quires a 2.0 standing in military.
Officers: Capt. John Nichols, president, lst
Lt. Frank Guthrie, vice-president, lst Sgt.
Charles Whalin, secretary, and 2nd Lt. A. K
Members: D. Adamson, F. F. Bradley, C
E. Burton, F. R. Guthrie, H. Macser, I. Nich-
ols, L. Riddle, L. Weier, M. Alexander, A. M.
Buckner, D. R. Dowden, P. D. Holleman,
R. D. Moore, I. Perry, I. S. Robertson, C. R.
Whalin, A. J. Amato, W. G. Bullock, H. T.
Greene, A. K. Linville, R. B. Morrison, J.
Proffitt, R. T. Stevens, and D. J. Williamson.
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The Interfraternity Council is organized to
discuss and act upon matters concerning fra-
ternities in general and to act as a medium
between the University administration and
The organization was formed on the Uni-
versity of Kentucky campus in 1928. Faculty
advisor is Dean A. D. Kirwan.
Officers: George Lawson, president, Don Richard-
son, vice-president, John Nichols, secretary, and Rob-
ert Jones, treasurer.
Members: Jerald Bass, Zeta Beta Tau, John Baugh-
man, Kappa Alpha, James Boggess, Phi Kappa Tau,
Donald Butler, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Stuart Carpenter,
Pi Kappa Alpha, Tony Cocanougher, Alpha Gamma
Rho, Norval Copeland, Phi Sigma Kappa, Edward
Cunningham, Alpha Sigma Phi, Robert David, Alpha
Sigma Phi, Donald Dowden, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Eu-
gene DuBow, Zeta Beta Tau, Robert Dumas, Delta
Chi, Ronald Farney, Triangle, Jess Gardner, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon, Carter Glass, Sigma Chi, T. I. Glass-
cock, Phi Kappa Tau, Kurt Goltermann, Kappa Sig-
ma, Paul Holleman, Delta Tau Delta, Robert Jones,
Alpha Gamma Rho, A. K. Linville, Triangle, Jack
McDonald, Phi Delta Theta, T. Y. Martin, Delta Tau
Delta, Henry Meyer, Sigma Chi, John Morris, Alpha
Tau Omega, Henry Neel, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Charles
Palmer, Kappa Alpha, William Price, Delta Chi, John
Proffitt, Sigma Nu, Philip Rawlings, Lambda Chi
Alpha, Lawrence Riddle, Sigma Nu, John Robertson,
Farm House, Dale Robinson, Phi Delta Theta, John
A. Rogers, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Hugh Roe, Pi Kappa
Alpha, Gary Smith, Phi Sigma Kappa, Hugh Smith,
Alpha Tau Omega, William Snyder, Kappa Sigma,
Philip Walters, Lambda Chi Alpha, William Wash,
Farm House, and Paul J. Wright, Tau Kappa Epsilon.
W H Strode, Roberson, Moore, Buckley, Cano, Steele, Henslee
Boster G ldbcrg Hnseldcn Cones Reynolds Ward Blumen hal
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The Panhellenic Council is composed of
two representatives from each social sorority
on the campus. Its purpose is to foster co-
operation and observance of social rules and
to encourage high scholarship and good will
among sorority women.
Officers for the year were Mary Io Rey-
nolds, president, Mary Evelyn Pollitte, vice-
president, Marolyn Steele, secretary, Lucy
Ward, treasurer. Dean Sarah B. Holmes and
Miss jane Haselden are faculty advisers.
Members: Norma Boster, Alpha Gamma
Delta, Betty Buckley, Delta Delta Delta,
Edith Cones, Zeta Tau Alpha, Sally Gano,
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Kay Goldberg, Phi
Sigma Sigma, Helen Gumm, Delta Zeta, Myra
Henslee, Alpha Xi Delta, Marty McKinney, Al-
pha Gamma Delta, Julia Minor, Chi Omega,
Betty Neblitt, Zeta Tau Alpha, Pat Moore,
Chi Omega, Sue Newman, Phi Sigma Sigma,
Zoe Parker, Kappa Alpha Theta, Mary Evelyn
Pollitte, Delta Delta Delta, Mary Io Reynolds,
Alpha Delta Pi, June Sandusky, Kappa Delta,
Sylvia Simmons, Delta Zeta, Virginia Rober-
son, Alpha Delta Pi, Marilyn Steele, Alpha Xi
Delta, Mary Stroud, Kappa Alpha Theta, Lou
Toombs, Kappa Delta, Lucy Ward, Kappa
The year of 1952-1958 was a gay and event-
ful one for the Alpha Delta Pi's. Studies, ac-
tivities, and parties kept their lovely house on
Rose Street humming. With a dessert bridge,
the group introduced their new chaperon,
Mrs. Fred Haagensen of Madisonville, Ken-
tucky. Mrs. Haagensen, who arrived com-
plete with mascot, Susie the collie, is a wel-
come addition to their home.
The chapter is proud of their members se-
lected for outstanding campus honors. Ricki
Caldwell was chosen Dream Girl of Sigma Phi
Epsilon while Evelyn Baker was named "Lit-
tle Sister" to Alpha Gamma Rho. Barbara
Leet was attendant to the Kentuckian Queen
and alternate to the Mardi Gras Queen.
Members who received special honors this
year were: Carol Dorton, Jody Terney, Judy
Henry, and Kathy Fryer who were pledged to
Theta Sigma Phi, Eleanor Gash who was
pledged to Phi Beta, Jane Ann Stockton and
Carolyn Carter who were named to Alpha
Lambda Delta, Elaine Shumaker who was
chosen by Eta Sigma Phi, Ernestine Huston
who was pledged to Phi Alpha Theta, Virginia
Roberson who received the Chi Omega Eco-
nomics Award, Dianne McKaig who was ap-
pointed to the Kentucky Law Journal staff,
Geneal Peterson who was selected by Phi
Beta as their outstanding woman, and Judy
Lester who received top honors in the nation
in the Rural Youth Speech Contest.
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Outstanding ADPi's in campus activities
were Judy Henry and Carol Dorton, editor
and assistant editor of the K-Book. Mary Jo
Reynolds presided over Panhellenic and Em-
ma Bell Barnhill served on the Y Cabinet and
the Student Union Board. Jane Ann Stockton
served as secretary of S.G.A. Mary Ann Miley
was elected UK cheerleader and Ann Oflicer
was admitted to SUKY. Anna Franklin Siria,
Barbara White, Gail Carmichael and Jean
Morrison were pledged to Tau Sigma and
Judy Henry served as business manager.
Not to be forgotten are the Christmas Buf-
fet and the annual spring formal at the Lex-
ington Country Club.
Alpha Delta Pi was founded at Wesleyan College, Macon,
Georgia, in 1851. Beta Psi, one of 80 chapters, was installed
at the University of Kentucky December 7, 1941. Blue and
white are the sorority colors, the violet is the flower.
Officers: Virginia Roberson, president, Judy Henry, vice-
president, Phyllis Hart, secretary, Ernestine Huston, treasurer.
Members: Emma Bell Barnhill, Dorothy Blackwell, Ros-
anne Caldwell, Gail Carmichael, Barbara Dearien, Carol Dor-
ton, Peggy Duncan, Peggy Ellis, Eleanor Gash, Anna Lee
Haines, Phyllis Hart, Joyce Harrison, Judy Henry, Ernestine
Huston, Virginia Jennings, Barbara Leet, Judy Lester, Jane
Lewis, Suzanne McCamey, Anne Officer, Joanne Ramsey, Mary
Jo Reynolds, Susan Schimmel, Eleanor Shelton, Elaine Shu-
maker, Jane Ann Stockton, Jody Terney, Doris Trossky, Pa-
tricia Watlington, Peggy Wheeler, Barbara White.
Pledges: Shirley Beckman, Jean Blevins, Sophia Burgen,
Carolyn Carter, Ann Everly, Anne Fraser, Kathy Fryer, Peggy
Gibson, Evelyn Hartlet, Marianne Jones, Ellen Karnes, Martha
Mason, Jo Ann Menne, Ann Meyers, Mary Ann Miley, Jean
Morrison, Patricia Preston, Rosalie Redding, Marilyn Remmers,
Margaret Santon, Patsy Shaw, Joan Shearer, Anna Franklin
Siria, Lois Sweiterman, Joan Wilkerson, Lynn Wolf, Ann
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Shelton, Shumnker, Sirin, Stockton, Swictermnn, Terney, Troskey
Warren, Wutlington, Wheeler, White, Wilkerson, Wolf
The Alpha Gam's won the trophy for the
best sorority house on campus. They also
won first place for their May Day float last
spring. "Two-Lanes to De-Feet" won second
place for them in the Homecoming contest.
Alma Jo Atkins was chosen first attendant
to the Pershing Rifles Sponsor.
Several members were outstanding in cam-
pus activities. Marilyn Farmer was president
of Phi Upsilon Omicron, treasurer of the
House President's Council, vice-president of
the League of Women Voters, and a member
of Mortar Board. Marilyn Youman was presi-
dent of the Outing Club and a member of
Phi Sigma Iota. Janet Clarke and Jean Hard-
wick were members of Phi Beta and Tau Sig-
ma, and Janet was vice-president of Tau Sig-
ma. Fay McReynolds was a member of Eta
Sigma Phi and Norma Boster was Business
Manager of the Kentucky Law Journal. Vir-
ginia Calvert and Lucy Barriger were mem-
bers of Cwens.
The first chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta
was founded in 1904 at Syracuse University.
The sorority was installed on this campus in
1908. The sorority colors are red, buff, and
green, the Howers are red and buff roses.
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Oflicers: Norma Boster, president, Mary
Blanton Williams, vice-president, B etty
Wheeler, recording secretary, Mary Ann Bar-
nett, corresponding secretaryg Joan Claasen,
Members: Allene Bach, Mary Ann Barnett,
Lucy Barriger, Carol Bonnell, Norma Boster,
Pat Bowman, Ruth Breitenstein, Virginia Cal-
vert, Pat Carter, Jan Clarke, Joan Claassen,
Vyvyan Combs, Jacke Cottom, Jane Dauss-
man, Marlene Farmer, Marilyn Garrison, Jean
Grant, Peggy Gray, Mary Ann Grillot, Jean
Hardwick, Jo Harris, Jeannette Kracht, Betty
Latimer, Mary Rush Lynch, Martha McKin-
ney, Faye McReynolds, Carolyn Smith Per-
kins, Ruth Stilz, Jackie Theobald, Margaret
Ann Wanless, Betty Wheeler, Mary Blanton
Williams, Donna Sturdevan, Marilyn Youman.
Pledges: Alma Jo Atkins, Barbara Bode-
mueller, Greta Boswell, Nancy Crockett, Caro-
line Croft, Delores Cummins, Susan Daniels,
Pat Fletcher, Betty Frentz, Pat Gray, Barbara
Hale, Marvin Horton, Barbara Hulett, Jill Jus-
tice, Elizabeth Kemper, Shirley McCubbin,
Marilyn McKnight, Ama McNeil, Anita
Myers, Francis Nave, Janice Oaks, Sallie
O'Bryan, Margaret Parker, Rosanne Smith,
Carleen Schneider, Joanne Sims, Margie
Thomas, Gayle Tackett, Joy Wilson, Ann
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The year of 1952-53 got off to a big start
for the Alpha Xi's when Pat Wheatley was
chosen queen of Lances Carnival. The pledge
class then won the Sigma Chi Derby and De-
lores Kercher and Pat Wheatley were chosen
Queen of the Big Top and runner-up respec-
In the fall the Alpha Xi's welcomed a new
housemother, Mrs. Bernice Hayes. After the
Homecoming game, an open-house was held
for alumnae, friends, and families. In De-
cember a dance at the Veterans' Hospital and
an annual Christmas party for the children at
Shriners' Hospital were given. The annual
Rose Formal was held in the spring, along
with State Founders' Day. Just before the
end of school, a breakfast was given for all
Martha Milburn, Patsy Bach, Beth Deen,
Barbara jones, Peggy Neal, and Marilyn Sum-
mers were all members of Tau Sigma. Susie
Swayze was a member of S.C.A. from the
College of Education. Marilyn Steele and
Martha Milburn were chosen members of
Mortar Board. Sally Hill was awarded the
first Juliet Shouse Memorial Scholarship. Mar-
tha Lou Breit was pledged to Eta Sigma Phi
and Sally Hill was initiated by the same
group. Marilyn Steele was a member of Phi
Upsilon. Martha Milburn, Linda Patterson,
and Sally Hill were members of Phi Sigma
Iota. Sixteen scholarship cups were awarded
to Alpha Xi's who made a standing of 2.0 or
The first chapter of Alpha Xi Delta was
founded April 17, 1893, at Lombard College,
Galesburg, Illinois. Xi chapter was installed
on this campus in 1908. The sorority colors
are double blue and gold, the flower is the
pink Kilarney rose.
Officers: Marilyn Steele, presidentg Martha Milburn, vice-
presidentg Linda Patterson, recording secretary, Lyn Sleeth,
corresponding secretaryg Patricia Morrissey, treasurer.
Members: Patsy Bach, Betty Bishop, Sara Ann Bobbitt,
Claire Carlberg, Cynthia Collis, Jean Corrill, Betty Jean Davis,
Glenna Day, Janis Dent, Jackie Dickerson, Myra Henslee, Alice
Higgins, Elizabeth Higgins, Sally Hill, Alcie Howard, Jane
johnson, Barbara Jones, Mary Ann Marston, Martha Milburn,
Janis Morris, Patricia Morrissey, Peggy Neal, Betty Ogden,
Marilyn Overfield, Linda Patterson, Mary Jayne Pinson, Elise
Quigley, Lyn Sleeth, Marilyn Steele, Marilyn Summers, Suz-
anne Swayze, Ruth Swift, Marilyn Summers, Nancy Yunt,
Pledges: Polly Allen, Eleanor Richardson, Sharon Miller,
Sally Cornell, Renee Clemons, Ollie Slusher, Patricia Patter-
son, Martha Morgan, Deloris Kercher, Mary Wilson, Marjorie
Bouton, Peggy Jones, Pat Wheatley, Ellmarie Locke, Dolly
Chandler, Martha L. Breit, Carolee Kurtz, Nancy Lickert,
Maxine Thompson, Barbara Scouten, Donnie Floyd, Mickey
Donavan, Winnie Calhoun, Sarah Tabb, Frances Adsit, Io
Blair, Martha Whalin.
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Hill, Howard, johnson, B. Jones, M. Jones, Kercher, Kurtz
Lickert, Locke, Marston, Milburn, Miller, Morgan, Morris
Morrissey, Neal, Ogden, Ovcrfleld, Patteson, Patterson, Pinson
Richardson, Sleeth, Slusher, Steele, Summers, Swayze, Swift
Thompson, Wheatley, Wilson, Yunt
The Chi Omega's received several trophies
during the year. They won first place honors
in the Lances Carnival booth contest and were
awarded the Pan-Hellenic Scholarship cup.
They also received the runner-up trophy in
softball and in volleyball.
Carmen Pigue was chosen second attendant
to the Kentuckian Beauty Queen, Jane Dun-
can won the annual Sigma Chi Best Dressed
Contest and Pat Moore represented U.K. at
the Mountain Laurel Festival in Pineville.
Hazeleen Pace was Keys Valentine Queen and
Janet Wood was a member of the court. Car-
men Pigue was also second attendant to the
Fall Festival Queen.
Members in campus activities were Kim
Sanford, president of the Y.W.C.A., member
of S.G.A. and Theta Sigma Phi. Ann O'Roark
was chosen outstanding freshman women in
1951-52, was awarded the Theta Sigma Phi
Journalism Award, was president of Alpha
Lambda Delta, Kentucky Kernel Society Edi-
tor, and a member of S.G.A. and Cwens. New
oflicers of Chi Delta Phi were Ann Oldham,
vice-president, and Elizabeth Ross, secretary.
Members included Ann O'Roark, Kim San-
ford, Marilyn Jody, and Virginia Morse. Pat
Hervey and Carol Milkey were members of
the Student Union Board, Jane Duncan and
Peggy Perkins were members of Kap a Delta
Pi, and Pat Moore was a member of, Mortar
Board and S.G.A. Anne Latta was treasurer
of the Y.W.C.A., Sue Ann Hobgood was a
member of the Y.W.C.A. cabinet, Pat Hervey
presided over House President's Council and
Barbara Weesner served as Corresponding
Secretary of Phi Beta. Jane Crawley, Betty
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Jean Ford were members of the Blue Marlin
Swimming Club. Jane Crawley was presi-
dent, Betty Payne, secretary, and Jean Ford,
treasurer. Members of SUKY were Pat Her-
vey, Carol Milkey, and Beth Callivan. Carol
was elected vice-president. Members of the
W.A.A. council were Ann McDade, treasurer,
Cissy Hatfield, secretary, Alice Fisher, Shirley
Smith, Jacque Tinsley, and Marilyn Jody.
Kaki Edwards was vice-president of Fresh-
man Y and Judy Boteler was secretary. Joan
Meadow was a member of the Troupers.
The first chapter of Chi Omega was
founded April 5, 1895, at the University of
Arkansas. Lambda Alpha chapter was in-
stalled on this campus April 6, 1914. The sor-
ority colors are Cardinal and Straw, the flower
is the white carnation. The purposes of Chi
Omega are Hellenic culture and Christian
Officers: Joan Patricia Moore, presidentg Marilyn Jody, vice-
presidentg Alice Fisher, secretaryg Kim Sanford, treasurer.
Members: Margaret Apking, Cosette Baker, Marion Clay,
Bobbie Congleton, Jane Crawley, Jane Duncan, Elizabeth
Erdman, Betty Linn Farris, Marian Ferguson, Alice Fisher,
Elizabeth Gallivan, Patricia Hervey, Sue Ann Hobgood, Mari-
lyn Jody, Barbara Kington, Anne Latta, Matilda McCracken,
Ann McDade, Ann McIntosh, Shirley Maxwell, Carol Milkey,
Julia Minor, Patricia Moore, Virginia Morse, Martina Mouser,
Ann Oldham, Ann O'Roark, Mary Lewis Patterson, Betty
Payne, Peggy Perkins, Carmen Pigue, Elizabeth Ross, Kim
Sanford, Shirley Smith, Jacque Tinsley, Ann Vaughan, Donna
Villesvik, Barbara Weesner, Janet Wood, Mary Jane Wyatt.
Pledges: Peggy Adams, Betty June Bassett, Rebecca Bishop,
Judith Boteler, Betty Bryan, Margaret Campbell, Mary Camp-
bell, Martha Clark, Ann Crockett, Katherine Edwards, Ann
Everett, Mary Forcade, Jean Ford, Sara Don Henry, Virginia
Hunt, Betty Kilgore, Eleanor Kington, Betty Jo Martin, Joan
Meadow, Joan Richardson, Betty Shaw, Donna Thieman, Jane
White, Caroline Proc Wood, Betty Woodford.
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Ford, Gnllivan, Henry, Hervey, Hohgood, Hunt, Jody
Kilgore, B. Kington, E. Kington, Latta, Martin, Maxwell, McCracken
McDade, Mclntosh, Meadow, Moore, Morse, Mouser, Oldham
O'Roark, Pace, Patterson, Payne, Perkins, Pigue, Richardson
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The three stars and crescent moon over-
looked a great bridge season at the Tri Delt
house this year.
They opened the bidding in the fall with
Gay Hamilton-as "Miss Lexington Trots." She
with her partner, Barbara Baldwin, opened
the next hand for Kentuckian Beauty Queen.
Barbara raised her as First Attendant and Cay
took the trick with the Queen.
The next trick taken was by Gretal Groos
as Homecoming Queen.
A grand slam tallied the score when the
SuKy iirst place was presented for our Home-
coming house decorations with the theme "I
Kentucky Take Thee Tulane."
In one hand opened we found three
fsweetl Hearts. Betty Buckley, the Lambda
Chi Alpha Crescent Girl, Ruth Sandner, the
Phi Sigma Kappa Moonlight Girl, and Ruth
1McMichael, the Alpha Tau Omega Sweet-
A hand played last spring took two good
tricks. The first by Barbara Baldwin as Mili-
tary Ball Queen and the other by Boo Brown
as attendant in the May Court.
At the Sigma Chi Derby, Nancy Don Freed
and Martha Wagner bid for the Charleston
contest and made their bid. But when it came
to ODK tag sales the Tri Delts jumped the bid
and went down one.
An addition to the score for the Tri Delts
came when they won second place in Lances
Carnival with the election theme "I Go Pogo."
As we count our honors up to now we find
Ruth Sandner on Mortar Board, Phi Beta, Stu-
dent Union Board, and President of English
Club, Kay Fisher in Cwensg Anne Downing as
Kentuckian Business Manager, Barbara Bald-
win in Phi Upsilon Omicrong Peggy Sabel in
Theta Sigma Phi, Janet Stone, secretary of
Chamber of Commerce, Mary Evelyn Pollitte,
vice-president of Pan-Hel, Barbara Russman,
vice-president of Blue Marlins, Claire Wood
as vice-president of Guignol players, Katsy
Downing in Tau Sigma, Ann Reichle in Beta
Gamma Sigma, Lillis Beam in Troupers, and
Evalyn Duncan on WAA Council and secre-
tary of Phys. Ed. majors club.
Members of SuKy are Ann Dawkins, Martie
Driskill, Doris McGary, Peggy Sabel, Peggy
Matlock, and Anne Downing. Members of
Guignol players are Claire Wood, Gay Hamil-
ton, Lillis Beam, and Sue Jackson. Members
of the Kernel Staff are Peggy Sabel, Claire
Wood, and Ruth McMichae .
So the bridge game ended at the Tri Delt
gouge with many honors and a grand slam
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are the sorority colorsg the pansy is the flower.
Officers: Mary Evelyn Pollitte, presidentg Anne Downing,
vice-president, Ann Reichle, secretaryg Peggy Matlock, treas-
Members: Eleanor Addams, Rebecca Adams, Jeannine
Archibald, Barbara Baldwin, Betty Bruce Brown, Betty Buck-
ley, Kitty Comer, Ann Dawkins, Anne Downing, Martha Ann
Driskill, Evelyn Duncan, Gretel Groos, Gay Hamilton, Peggy
Matlock, Doris McGary, Ruth McMichael, Elouise Nantz, Dot-
tie Pfeiffer, Mary Evelyn Pollitte, Virginia Preston, Shirley
Rankin, Ann Reichle, Wilma Robertson, Barbara Russman,
Peggy Sabel, Ruth Sandner, Joey Scofield, Barbara Slaughter,
Janet Stone, Joyce Wallingford, Nancy Wildman, Linda Gib-
son, Regina Marshall, Jean Rosenstone, Joyce Scurlock.
Pledges: Joy Allen, Lillis Beam, Barbara Bercaw, Patsy
Coons, Katsy Downing, Nancy Don Freed, Ann Futrell, Betty
Lou Garner, Helen Vance Gilb, Judy Hamilton, Rae Harris,
Helene Harrison, Pat Harkins, Phyllis Henry, Suzanne Jackson,
Virginia King, Virginia McFadden, Jean McMichael, Sue Nall,
Nancy Nickerson, Barbara Penhale, Gwen Shropshire, Peggy
Shouse, Garland Sims, Martha Spillman, Dana Stidham, Mil-
dred Terrell, Martha Wagner, Barbara Watts, Louise Whitt,
Page Williams, Patricia Williamson, Claire Wood.
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G. Hamilton, J. Hamilton, Harkins, Harris, Henry, Jackson, King .
Marshall, Matlock, McFadden,.MeGary, J. McMichael, R. McMichael, Nall
Nantz, Nickerson, Penhale, Pfeiffer, Pollitte, Preston, Rankin
Reichle, Robertson, Russmnn, Sahel, Sandner, Scofield, Scurlock, Shropshire
Shouse, Sims, Slaughter, Spillman, Stone, Storm, Stidham, Terrell
Wagner, Wallingford, Watts, Whitt, Wildman, Williams, Williamson, Wood
The Delta Zeta's celebrated its Founders'
Day with a banquet in October. Frances West
and Eloise Lorch received awards for being
the two outstanding senior members of the
chapter. The Golden Jubilee tea was held in
Not to be forgotten was the Christmas
White Ball held at the Lexington Country
Club in December. Helen Gum was the 1952
Delta Zeta Dream Girl.
Mary Alice Phillips was chosen 1952
Christmas Queen of Triangle Fraternity at
their Christmas dance.
Entertainment for the year included a
Christmas party at the house for underprivi-
leged children, and a pirate party held in the
Outstanding DZ's were Sally Hoffman and
Carolyn Turner who were elected to Phi Beta,
Eloise Lorch and Joan Van Beber, members
of Kappa Delta Pi, and Deborah Schwarz and
Barbara Featherston, members of Chi Delta
Phi. Jean Fraser and Helen Gum were mem-
bers of the Green Pen editorial staff, and
Eloise Lorch is secretary of the Outing Club,
social chairman of the 4-H Club, and a mem-
ber of the social committee of the Home Ec
The first chapter of Delta Zeta was founded
at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, on Oc-
tober 24, 1902. Alpha Theta chapter was in-
stalled on this campus May 26, 1923. The
sorority colors are old rose and vieux green,
the flower is the Killarney rose.
Oflicers: Sylvia Simmons, president, Joan
Van Beber, vice-president, Sally Hoffman,
secretary, Wanda Pace, treasurer.
Members: Nancy Campbell, Barbara Feath-
erston, Jean Fraser, Negia Gilpin, Helen Gum,
Joan Healy, Joann Hessel, Sally Hoffman,
Joyce Jenney, Eloise Lorch, Martha May,
Soula Margaritas, Mimi Nollau, Wanda Pace,
Mary Alice Phillips, Sylvia Simmons, Deborah
Schwarz, Joan Van Beber, Francis West.
Pledges: Jackie Allgeier, Jacqueline Averill,
Sue Bailey, Joan Belcher, Ann Bell, Mary Sue
Bell, Nancy Carraco, Lynn Deitelhoil, Yvonne
Eaton, Beta Eversole, Mary Lou Garver, Irene
George, Patricia Hoffman, Mary Ann Hufllage,
Claudette Jones, Jane Judge, Janet Kohl, Jill
Mahoney, Josephine Preston, Sarah Schu-
mann, Joyce Smith, Carol Staren, Judith Tin-
ker, Carolyn Turner, Marcia Wright.
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Hesscl, Hoffman, Jenn:-y, Jones, Kohl
Lawrence, Lorch, Mahoney, Margaritis, May
Nollnu, Phillips, Preston, Schumann, Schwarz, Simmons
Smith, Staren, Tinker, Turner, VunBcbcr, Wright
The Kappa Alpha Theta's began the year's
social events with a tea introducing the new
housemother, Mrs. Thomas P. Bright. The
next event on the social agenda was a party
for the new pledges, and shortly after Christ-
mas vacation, the Cinderella Ball.
Three Theta's were chosen to sponsor booths
in the Lances Carnival, and Sally Trimble,
representing the Delts,'was chosen as attend-
ant to the queen. Lucille Mills was an at-
tendant to the Kentuckian Queen and Sue
Wetherby was second attendant to the Home-
coming Queen. Kay King was the sponsor
for U.Kfs "Marching 100" and Susan Druley
served on the cheerleading squad. Jane Bart-
lett was the 1952-53 Sweetheart of Sigma Chi,
and the KA's chose Yvonne Yates as their KA
The Thetas were well represented in cam-
pus activities and honoraries. Zoe Parker was
secretary for both the Panhellenic Council
and the Student Government Association.
Joyce Williams was a member of "Clique",
the Y.W.C.A. cabinet, and the Student Union
Board. Joyce Miles also served on the Stu
dent Union Board. Thetas elected to campus
honoraries were: Lynn Marshall, Cwens,
Vickie Shaver, Alpha Lambda Delta, Patsy
Edmundson, Beta Gamma Sigma, Dodgie
King, Mortar Board, Coleman Hunter, Educa-
tion honorary, and Nancy Harper and Dede
Link, Tau Sigma. Vickie Shaver also won the
Mortar Board Freshman Scholarship Award.
The first chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta
was founded at DePauw University, Green-
castle, Indiana, in 1870. Gamma Iota chapter
was installed on this campus in 1945. The
sorority colors are black and gold, the flower
is a black and gold pansy. The group's pur-
pose is the development of social, intellectual
and moral growth.
Officers: Mary Strode, president, Marjorie King, vice-presi-
dent, Virginia Todd, secretary, Martha Menaugh, treasurer.
Members: Nancye Lou Ballard, Jane Bartlett, Bess Clem-
ents, Betty Booth Coleman, Patsy Edmundson, Patricia Gill,
Joanne Hager, Nancy Harper, Diane Hunt, Coleman Hunter,
Kay King, Marjorie King, Delia Link, Lynn Marshall, Martha
Menaugh, Joyce Miles, Lucille Mills, Zoe Parker, Martha Nix-
on Powers, Joanne Reynolds, Joyce Reynolds, Diane Roddick,
Victoria Shaver, Bonnie Shupert, Cuppie Speck, Mary Strode,
Sarah Ann Taylor, Virginia Todd, Barbara Vance, Beverly
Vance, Sue Wetherby, Yvonne Yates.
Pledges: Barbara Ashbrook, Mary Jo Bach, Emily Bell,
Laura Blackburn, Betty Jane Carter, Georgia Lee Cox, Susan
Druley, Margaret Ford, Martha Hankla, Lillian Hensler, Jackie
Hill, Charlotte Jarvis, Frances Jones, Connie Leichhardt, Min-
nie Beth Lewis, Martha Logan, Patsy McCoy, Roberta Miller,
Joanne Montgomery, Joyce Mosley, Mary Louise Patterson,
Janice Roberts, Joan Sandman, Catherine Shelburn, Barbara
Stevens, Sue Clay Stewart, Sidney Stone, Sally Trimble, Han-
nah Wallace, Barbara Wetherby, Ann Zimmerman.
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Ford, Cill, Hager, Hankla, Harper, Hanseler, Hill
Hunter, Jarvis, Jones, K. King, M. King, Leiclmrdt, Lewis
Link Logan, Marshall, McCoy, Menaugh, Miles, Miller
Montgomery, Mosley, Parker, Pntterson, I. Reynolds, Joyce Reynolds Roberts
Roddick, Snndmnnn, Shelburn, Shuppert, Speck, Stevens, Stewart
Stone Strode, Taylor, Todd, Trimble, Barbara Vance, Bev. Vance
Wullaice, Wetherby, Williams, Zimmerman
The Kappa Delta's retired the All-Campus
Sing trophy by winning the contest for the
third year in a row. At the Stars in the Night
program they received a trophy for the high-
est active standing and also a trophy for the
highest chapter standing on campus.
Pat Patterson, Jean Hubbard, Lois Romano-
witz, and Ruth Ann Maggard were taken into
Mortar Board, and Ruth Ann was elected
Cecelia Gorman and Marcia McDaniel were
attendants in the Mardi Gras Court.
The first chapter of Kappa Delta was
founded at Virginia State Normal, Farmville,
Virginia, on October 23, 1897. Epsilon Omega
chapter was installed on this campus in 1910.
The sorority colors are olive green and white,
the white rose is the flower. The purpose of
Kappa Delta sorority is to promote true
friendship among the college girls of our
country by inculcating into their hearts and
lives those principles of truth, of honor, of
duty, without which there can be no true
Oflicers: Lou Toombs, president, Pat Pat-
terson, vice-president, Georgia Motz, secre-
tary, Marcia McDaniel, treasurer.
Members: Marilyn Acker, Carol Bell, Ruth
Bishop, Shirley Ann Bryant, Ann Lewis Cole,
Pat Curry, Carolyn Davis, Sara Givens, Ce-
celia Gorman, Joyce Hamrick, Jean Hubbard,
Kathy Jackson, Barbara Jones, Ann Long,
Ruth Longhurst, Ruth Ann Maggard, Sally
Maggard, Pat May, Marcia McDaniel, Matilda
Metzger, Georgia Motz, Pat Patterson, Pat
Pauli, Jean Phelps, Barbara Poole, Lois Ro-
manowitz, June Sandusky, Ann Smith, Fran
Taylor, Lorelle Terret, Peggy Tipton, Lou
Toombs, Mary Helen Tucker, Doris Jean
Weaver, Joan White, Jeanne Willis, Kate Zim-
Pledges: Marilyn Bergman, Jane Branden-
burg, Martina Campbell, Charlene Cross,
Mary Ann Dempsey, Ann Denes, Georgene
Duckworth, Katie Greenwade, B everly
Hughes, Shirley Kaliker, Jacklyn Love, Ann
Carol Miller, Jane Murad, Betty Ann Myers,
Leslie Neel, Barbara Niemann, Nancy Niles,
Nancy Riddle, Marilyn Rigg, Jane Rizor,
Phyllis Scrivner, Barbara Shaver, Jean Skin-
ner, Ruth Swinford, Hildegarde Taylor, Sue
Waller, Mary Wilkens, Mary Ann Williams.
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Long, Longhurst, Love, Maggnrcl, May, McDaniel, Metzger
Motz, Myers, Neel, Nicmunn, Niles, Patterson, Pauli
Phelps, Poole, Riddle, Rigg, Iiomunowitz, Rule, Sandusky
Scrivner, Shaver, Skinner, Smith, Swinford, F. Taylor, H. Taylor
Terrett, Tipton, Toomhs, TuCk0l', Wllllcr, Weaver, White
Wilkins, Williams, Willis, Zimmermann
The spring of 1952 caught the Kappas in a
social whirl with the spring formal followed
by the senior breakfast. The pledge class
walked off with the trophy for the highest
standing. The summer was highlighted by
the Kappa National Convention in Hot
Springs, Virginia, with thirteen Beta Chi Kap-
Coming back to a newly decorated house
this fall, the Kappas entertained with a Par-
ent-Faculty tea and a supper party for the
pledges and their dates. A Christmas party
was given and also a Founders Day picnic at
Betsy Maury's farm.
The Kappas were active on campus, too,
with Lucy Ward as president of the League
of Women Voters, Marilyn McDonald as
president of the WAA, and Diane Parr as
president of Boyd Hall. Jane Truitt was
elected to the Student Government Associa-
tion, and Noi Peers was selected as managing
editor of the Kernel. Joyce Stephens is vice-
president of the House President's Council
and Carey Adams is a Tau Sigma pledge.
Along the beauty line, Joan Martin was
chosen a member of the Kentuckian Beauty
Court, and Joyce Stephens was first attendant
to the Homecoming Queen. Jane Dale Clark
was elected Fall Festival Queen, and Jane
Walker Tinder was Hrst attendant to the
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est the Kappas came to supremacy on the
athletic field was the potato sack race won
by the pledges at the Sigma Chi Derby.
Honoraries on campus chose several Beta
Chis this year. Nancy Bradford was elected
to Phi Beta Kappa and Noi Peers to Theta
Sigma Phi and Suzanne Wallace to Phi Beta.
The Home Economics Honorary, Phi Upsilon
Omicron, elected Janie Howk, Marilyn Mc-
Donald and Martha Hackworth. Marilyn Mc-
Donald was initiated into Kappa Delta Pi.
The first chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma
was founded at Monmouth College in 1870.
Beta Chi chapter was installed on this campus
in 1910. Light blue and dark blue are the
sorority colors, the Fleur-de-lis is the flower.
Officers: Sally Gano, president, Jane Truitt, vice-president,
Frances Vance, secretary, Priscilla Gatling, treasurer.
Members: Martha Lee Bray, Mary Louise Blakemore, Jane
Dale Clark, Margaret Clift, Sue Fields, Betty Fryman, Sally
Gano, Priscilla Gatling, Martha Hackworth, Joan Haifler, Merle
Haifler, Patsy Harney, Martha Holbrook, Jane Howk, Betty
Lane, Joeline Lewis, Jane Kelly, Marilyn McDonald, Betty
Martin, Joan Martin, Betsy Maury, Betty Ann Mauser, Noi
Peers, Ann Perry, Anne Phelps, Peggy Redd, Bonnie Redding,
Barbara Routt, Barbara Smith, Libby Smith, Mary Carol Smith,
Jenny Snidow, Joyce Stephens, Jane Truitt, Nancy Unsworth,
Frances Vance, Suzanne Wallace, Lucy Ward, Mary Caldwell
Wharton, Anne Winburn.
Pledges: Carey Adams, Ann Clark, Martha Clark, Lucie
Dunlap, Harriet Ecton, Leila Heinz, Sue Hillborn, Joya John-
son, Nancy Winn Johnson, Diane Parr, Joan Potter, Mary Inez
Shrider, Carolyn Siler.
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Hillhorn, Holbrook, Hnwk, I. johnson, N. Johnson, Kelly, Lane
Lewis, B. Martin, I. Martin, Mnusvr, Maury, McDougal, McDonald
Parr, Peers, Perry, Phelps, Potter, Redd, Redding
Routt, Royce, Siler, Schridcr, E. Smith, C. Smith, Snidow
Stephens, Tindcr, Truitt, Vance, Wallace, Ward, Whnrton
The Zeta Tau Alpha's sent Eadie Cones to
the twenty-first national and tenth inter-
national convention of the sorority at the
Huntington Hotel at Pasadena, California.
Eadie also served as Y-Teen advisor at Morton
junior High School, and was speech director
at University High in the spring semester.
The Zetas won the Sportsmanship plaque
given by the Women's Athletic Association.
Two members were on the WAA Council.
Peg Driscoll served as bowling manager and
Lois Holland served as basketball manager.
Catherine Campbell was the treasurer of
the League of Women Voters. Lee Dillon
was a member of the discussion team, and
went to the convention of Tau Kappa Alpha,
national forsenic society.
In the Sigma Chi Derby Connie Cady
caught the greased pig for the group's only
At Christmas time the Zetas entertained ten
underprivileged children. They also parti-
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The last event of the school year was the
annual "April Showers" formal.
The first chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha was
founded at Longwood College, Virginia. Al-
pha Chi chapter was installed on this campus
in March, 1924. The sorority colors are tur-
quoise blue and steel gray, the flower is the
white violet. The purpose of the group is to
intensify friendship, to promote happiness
among its members and in every way create
such sentiments, to perform such deeds and to
mold such opinions as will conduce to the
building up of a nobler and purer womanhood
in the world.
Officers: Catherine Campbell, presidentg Betty Neblett, vice-
presidentg Lois Holland, secretaryg Connie Cady, treasurer.
Members: Ellen Byers, Connie Cady, Catherine Campbell,
Edith Cones, Lee Dillon, Peg Driscoll, Jane Exon, Pat Gold-
smith, Phyllis Heuser, Lois Holland, Pat Mobley, Betty Neb-
lett, Lorraine Pennock, Lois Peterson, Tommye Pirtle.
Pledges: Donna Adams, Virginia Ku.rz, Lois Marshall, Ruth
Moore, Dorothy Mobley, Betty Io Shropshire, Judy Stoothoif.
ll, Curly. Cones, Dillon
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Perlmutter, Schulman, Shaikun, Sonnabend, Stone, Travis
The Phi Sigma Sigma's held a Founders'
Day Banquet in November at the Phoenix
Hotel. A "Secret Desire" Party was held at
Gloria Travis's home just before Christmas
vacation. Other parties planned are a party
in honor of the new actives and pledges. A
beach party is also planned for May.
The first chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma was
founded at Hunter College, New York, on
November 26, 1913. Beta Mu, one of 36
chapters, was installed on the University of
Kentucky campus in 1952. The sorority colors
are king blue and gold, the ilower is the
American Beauty rose.
Officers: Sue Newman, president, Annette
Perlmutter, vice-president, Marcia Ann jos-
selson, secretary, Judy Sonnabend, treasurer.
Members: Iulie Blumenthal, Barbara Co-
hen, Kaye Francis Goldberg, Marcia Ann jos-
selson, Sue Newman, Annette Perlmutter,
Sandra Shaikun, Judith Sonnabend, Sonia
Stone, Gloria Kaye Travis.
Pledges: Doris Cooper, Lynette Schulman.
G. Anderson, N. Anderson, Boyd, Conyers, Correll, Cornett
Craig, Eades, Elswick, Greenwnde, Hamilton, Hoskins
Howard, Leathers, Potter, Taylor, A. Wise, A. M. Wise
Hamilton House was founded at the Uni-
versity of Kentucky in 1942 to teach women
students to live cooperatively, being honest,
orderly, unified, sincere and enthusiastic.
Mrs. Robert Henry is housemother at Harn-
ilton House and Dr. Statie Erikson is faculty
Oflicers: Marie Leathers, president, Betty
Hamilton, vice-president, Anna Mae Wise,
secretary, Glenna Anderson, treasurer, Fay-
etta Elswick, house manager.
Members: Glenna Anderson, Ioyce Ander-
son, Patsy Conyers, Mildred Correll, Betty Sue
Cornett, Ann Craig, Mary Eades, Fayetta Els-
wick, Evelyn Greenwade, Betty Hamilton,
Wilma Howard, Ioyce Hoskins, Marie Leath-
ers, Beulah Potter, Betty Ioan Taylor, Ann
Wise, Anna Mae Wise, Mary K. Boyd, Louise
Willhite, Anna Lee Osborne, Mary Ann Ran-
kin, Leila Clarke, Margaret Ann Myers, Elsie
The AGR's were outstanding in the field of
athletics last spring. They won the intra-
mural championship in both basketball and
track, and were co-champions in wrestling
competition. They were also runner-up in
softball. James Burrus was a member o the
varsity football team.
In another field of competition the AGPCS
took honors. They were runner-up in the
ODK tag sales.
The U.K. Judging Teams were outstanding
in national competition and the AGR's had
several members on these teams. Jack Butler
and Joe Turpin were on the Livestock Team
which placed third in the nation. Tony Coca-
nougher, Bob Hall, Warren Knight, Bowen
McKinney, Jack Hiatt, and Frank Guthrie
were on the Livestock Team, which ranked
second in national competition, and Jim F ehr
was on the Vegetable Team which was sixth
in the nation.
Several members were outstanding on cam-
pus this year. Jack Heller was President of
the 4-H Club, and James F ehr was President
of the Horticulture Club. Ward Crowe was
President of the Agriculture Council and Jack
Heller, James Fehr, Jim Sherefy, and Bob
Shipp were members. At the Block and
Bridle Fall Festival Glenn McCormack was
crowned as King, and Jack Butler was chosen
as the Champion Showman. Ward Crowe was
President of Block and Bridle. Bob Jones
was President of Phalanx, Treasurer of the
Interfraternity Council, Secretary of the
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, a member of Lamp and
Cross, and a representative to S.G.A. Bill Gat-
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on the Y.M.C.A. Cabinet. Members of Alpha
Zeta were Tom McKinney, Frank Guthrie,
Charles Perkins, and Joe Turpin. John Ernst
was Treasurer of this organization. Van Nutt
and John Ernst were in Lances, and James
Ashbrook and Bill Phelps were members of
Keys. E. T. Kash was a cheerleader.
Marion Cox and James Ashbrook won Dan-
forth Scholarships. Two AGR's were ex-
change students this summer. Joe Peden went
to Lebanon and Syria, and Herbert Brown
went to Turkey.
The first chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho was
founded at Indianapolis, Indiana on April 4,
1908. Omicron cha ter was installed on this
campus in 1920. The fraternity colors are
green and gold, the flower is the pink rose.
The purpose of the group is to make better
men and through them a broader and better
Officers: James R. Jones, president, Tony Cocanougher, vice-
presidentg John W. Ernst, secretary, James P. Fehr, treasurer.
Members: James Ashbrook, Charles Bastin, Roy Bunch, Bill
Bailey, Carl Black, James Burrus, Paul Burrus, Jack Butler,
Oren Clore, Tony Cocanougher, Broughton Coke, Billy Cox,
Marion Cox, Ward Crowe, John Defevers, John Emst, James
Fehr, Carl Fisher, William Gatton, Frank Guthrie, Bob Hall,
Gibbs Haydon, Charles Hamilton, Jack Heller, Jack Hiatt,
James Jones, E. T. Kash, Baxter Kelly, Edgar Knight, David
May, Glenn McCormack, Bowen McKinney, Tom McKenney,
Van Nutt, Bruce Pearce, Richard Pedigo, Charles Perkins, Bill
Phelps, Gamaliel Phillips, Louis Rebensdorf, Doug Ridley,
Calvin Short, James Shelton, James Singer, Lorendz Smith,
Joe Turpin, John Walton, John Wills, Leonard Wills, Jack
Wise, James Wilson.
Pledges: Reid Bacon, James Combest, Robert Jones, Rich-
ard Little, James McWilliams, Wallen Neeley, Ethan Rogers,
Laverne Sebree, James Sherfey, Robert Shipp, Lee Thurmond,
Duane Townsend, Charles Yancey.
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Hall, Hamilton, Haydon, Heller, Hiatt
I. Jones, R. Jones, Kash, Knight, May
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Sherfcy, Shipp, Singer, Smith, Stull
Thurmond, Walton, I. Wills, L. Wills, Wise, Yancey
Jean Skinner, Alpha Sigma Phils candidate,
was crowned Mardi Gras Queen.
Fraternity parties during the year included
a Poverty party, an Apache party, a "Red Sox
Slide", and a Club 334 party. Also the Moth-
ers and Wives club held a benefit bridge.
Alpha Sigma Phi was founded at Yale Uni-
versity in 1845. Sigma chapter was installed
on campus in 1917. The fraternity colors are
cardinal and stone, the flower is the talisman
Alpha Sigma Phi is the oldest national fra-
ternity in existence today. Its purpose is to
foster education, to maintain charity, to pro-
mote patriotism, to encourage culture, to en-
courage high scholarship, to assist in the build-
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ties within its membership, and to foster the
maintenance of college homes by chapters
for their active members.
Officers: Edwin Cunningham, president,
Robert W. David, vice-president, Kenneth E.
Baldock, secretary, Guy T. Browning, treas-
Members: Kenneth E. Baldock, Nelson F.
Britt, Guy T. Browning, William B. Carroll,
Walter Clarke, Ir., Luther C. Coffey, Edwin
L. Cunningham, John T. Danforth, Robert W.
David, Donald A. Delaney, John C. Neuville,
Donald F. Bobillard, Wesley Waddell.
Pledges: Charles Blackburn, Donald Clark,
Donald Hager, Charles Martin, Dean Popple-
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Coffey, Cunningham, Danforth,
The Alpha Tau Omegais held their annual
Snowball Formal on January 16, with a large
crowd making it a great success. In the line
of sports the ATO's took second place in intra-
Alpha Tau Omega was founded at V.M.I.
on September 11, 1865. Mu Iota chapter was
installed on campus on February 22, 1909.
The fraternity colors are blue and gold, and
the flower is the white rose. The purpose of
Alpha Tau Omega is to promote good fellow-
ship and to learn the use that Christianity has
in everyday life.
Actives: Bob Arnold, Marshall Amos, Harry
Banks, Lewis Barnett, John Barnett, Bill Bur-
leson, Jack Crawford, Ted Darlington, Larry
Dickerson, Tom Ellswick, Marvin France,
Robie Hackworth, Paul Head, Bill Jackson,
Kenneth McGee, J. B. Morris, Stanley Neil-
sen, Hugh Smith, Thomas Streeter, Layne
Taylor, Lou Tsioropoulos, Bill Turpin, Dick
Underwood, Jim Waldron, Reese Bentler, Paul
Pledges: Charles Fuqua, Don Evitts, John
Kelly, Dave Gregory, Paul Hall, John Miller,
George Sharp, Bob Sympson, Wayne Watson,
Don Wedding, Bill Thompson, Thomas Mos-
grove, Charley Prather, Jim Dickinson.
Oflicers: Hugh V. Smith, president, J. B.
Morris, vice-president, Marvin France, secre-
tary, Ken McGee, treasurer.
Barber, Burnett, Bcntlev, Crawford, Dickerson
Dickenson, Elswick, Evitts, France, Fuqua
Hall, Hnckworth, Huffnker, Jackson, Kelly
McCurry, Morris, Nielsen, Prather, Runge
Streetcr, Thompson, Turpin, Underwood, Wald
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Delta Tau Delta began this year with a
tremendous success in the new formal rush
system. Thirty-seven boys were pledged on
bid day and three more were taken during the
informal rush period.
Delts again undertook the sponsorship of
the Christmas parties for the underprivileged
children of Lexington. Nearly two hundred
children were entertained by the various fra-
ternities and sororities. Thirty children at-
tended the party at the Delt house.
Several house parties were enjoyed by all
Delts and their friends during the year. The
Christmas season was topped by a wonderful
dance at the house. A spring formal and the
lzlnpdual Founder's Day celebration were also
Delts were first in their division in Intra-
mural football and volleyball, and they ad-
vanced to the semi-finals in the golf and ten-
The scholarship and leadership achieve-
ments of the chapter again proved outstand-
ing. Bill Douglass, a junior, was in the finals
at Chicago in the competition for Rhodes
Scholarships. Paul Holleman was initiated
into Phi Beta Kappa and served as President
of Omicron Delta Kappa. Evangelos Levas
was elected President of SUKY, Marvin Suit
headed Delta Sigma Phi, and Louis Catlett
made Tau Beta Pi, engineering honorary.
Four of seven selected seniors initiated into
Lamp and Cross were Delts.
The first chapter of Delta Tau Delta was
founded at Bethany College, West Virginia in
1859. Delta Epsilson chapter was installed on
this campus in 1924. The fraternity colors are
purple, white and gold, the flower is the Iris.
Delta Tau Delta is a constructive adjunct to
the system of higher education. Her objective
is to educate, contributing to the young men
within her sphere of influence a moral, spirit-
ual, and social development commensurate
with the intellectual training supplied by the
colleges and universities.
Officers: T, Y. Martin, presidentg Paul Holleman, vice-
presidentg Mickey Smock, secretary, Larry Weier, treasurer.
Members: Doug Adamson, Jim Anders, Jack Boylan, Glenn
Bullock, Tommy Burke, Morris Burton, Gayle Caswell, Louis
Catlett, Earl Caudill, Don Combs, William Douglass, Jack
Fust, Tom Haag, Jim Hampton, Carter Hamilton, Chuck Har-
ris, Paul Holleman, George Houliston, Dink Hutcheson, Tom
Hutzler, Gus Kalos, A. P. King, Angel Levas, T. Y. Martin,
Lloyd Massey, Don McClanahan, James McGruder, Fred C.
Miller, Hilton Minton, James Moore, Gary Newton, Stan Port-
mann, Jeff Ray, Bill Reed, Mickey Regan, James Rowe, Phil
Shannon, Don Smith, Max Smith, Mickey Smock, Ken Stoll,
Marvin Suit, Ted Tillman, Bob Valentine, Larry Weier, Jim
Woodward, Bill Yeiser.
Pledges: Norman Anderson, Tevis Bennett, Carlisle Besuden,
Carl Blankenship, Curtis Boyd, Harry Carter, James Cornett,
Earl Cox, James Crawford, Glenn Dorroh, Don Farmer, Tony
Fowkes, Ray Griffin, James Hammons, Bob Hardy, Charles
Hellman, Bob Hodge, Louis Kahne, Ray Kavanaugh, Hal Kel-
ler, Ed Lambert, Don Lennartson, William Lewis, Jack Lind-
say, James McKechnie, Buz Mattingly, Jack Nelson, John Per-
rine, Everett Pfanstiel, George Pickens, Kent Perce, James
Quisenberry, William Reed, Glenn Roberts, Roger Scott, Rob-
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The KA's began the year by winning Hrst
place in the Lances Carnival booth contest in
Several KA's have been outstanding on var-
sity athletic teams during the year. Roger
Messick was on the varsity swimming team,
Bill Holton and Jack Kloecker were on the
varsity golf team, and Jim Flynn and Willie
Rouse were on the varsity basketball team.
The iirst chapter of Kappa Alpha Order was
founded at Washington and Lee University in
1865. Theta chapter was installed on the Uni-
versity of Kentucky campus on February 21,
1893. The fraternity colors are crimson and
old gold, the flower is the magnolia.
Officers: John S. Baughman III, president,
John C. Nichols, vice-president, George B.
Miller, secretary, Joe F. Moore, treasurer.
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John F. Cash, Ken Cole, Whitney Dunlap,
Jack Kloecker, Joe Moore, Hugh Moore, Bill
Muir, Bruce Miller, John Nichols, Willie
Rouse, Don Williamson, Bill Gerrard, Eugene
Clayton, Jim Etherton, Jim Flynn, David Hag-
er, Bill Holton, George Howard, Willard Igle-
hart, John McGee, Charles Palmer, Buddy
Sanders, Ashley Ward, Don Young, Sonny
Hooker, Jim Carson, George Stone, Rick
Grimes, Michael Lowery, Tom Darnall, Doug-
Pledges: Jake Herndon, Graham McCauley,
Sammy Kinkead, Frank McVey, Lynn Wilder,
Roger Messick, George Carey, John Long,
Dan Walton, Bob Goeke, Dick Finley, Jack
Clore, George Adams, Bobby Caywood,
Guthrie Goodman, Jack Congleton, Billy Tal-
bot, Bob Noe, Harry H. Baughman, Bill Co-
dell, Joe Gilliam, Dan Chandler, Duanne Ben-
nett, John Chenault, Jack Norris.
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Chenuult, Clayton, Clore, Codell, Cole
Congleton, Dnrnall, Dunlap, Ellis, Etherton
Fcnlcy, Flynn, Gerrard, Gilliam, Goodman
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campus leaders this year. Henry Maeser was
president of Lances and the Lutheran Students
Association. He was also a member of Phi
Eta Sigma, Interfaith Council, the United
Students Party, Arnold Air Society, Scabbard
and Blade, Lamp and Cross, and Omicron
Delta Kappa. He was treasurer of the Stu-
dent Government Association.
Bill Snyder was a member of Phi Eta Sigma,
Keys, Lances, Lamp and Cross, and the Inter-
fraternity Council. Pete Carter was a member
of Lances, United Students Party, Student
Government Association, and the YMCA Cab-
inet. George Shadoan was in Keys and was
First Sergeant of Pershing Rifles. Wayne
Carroll was a member of Phi Eta Sigma, Keys,
the Student Government Association, and
The Kappa Sigs were also outstanding in
athletics. They won the intramural volley ball
trophy and were represented on the varsity
fencing and football teams by Bill Seiller and
Dick Rushing respectively.
The fraternity's main social events for the
year were a Halloween Party, a Steak Fry, and
the annual Black and White Formal in the
Kappa Sigma was founded at the University
of Virginia on December 10, 1869. Beta Nu
chapter was installed on campus April 5, 1901.
The fraternity colors are scarlet, white, and
green, the ilower is the lily of the valley.
Officers: William B. Snyder, presidentg Joseph Kirchdorfer,
vice-president, John Cross, secretary, Franklin Richardson,
Members: Asa Barnes, Boles Burke, Wayne Carroll, Pete
Carter, Jack Christian, Charles Cole, John Cross, John Dicken,
Larry Depp, John Emmick, Jim Fossett, Robert Gipe, Kurt
Goltermann, Edward Haick, Russell Hibbs, Carl Hoffman,
Douglas Holiday, Thomas Kavunedas, Leland Kennedy, Joseph
Kirchdorfer, Jon Kresin, Richard McDowell, Fant Martin,
Henry Maeser, Robert Newman, Tom Owen, Thomas Proctor,
Edsel Rawlings, Richard Rushing, 'Franklin Richardson,
George Shadoan, William Shadoan, Jack Stivers, Logan Wal-
lingford, Tom Weeks, Neal Werner, Charles Whalin, Sidney
White, Robert Wilson, Jimmy' Yonkos.
Pledges: Larry Aleken, Ronald Bonnell, Arthur Curtis, Ted
Dowell, Ellis Easterly, Franklin Florence, Joy Ray Gatewood,
Albert Hall, William Harding, Kenneth Harris, William Hoer-
nel, Richard Larimore, Bill Macklin, David Marshall, John
Roberts, Frank Scinta, Jay Thornberry, William Wash, Bill
Williams, Farris Wilson.
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Williams, F. Wilson, W. Wilson
The Lambda Chi's had several outstanding
parties this year. One of the most successful
of these was the French Water Front Party.
Others included the Mother's Day Dinner, the
Crescent Ball, and the Inevitable Beach Party
at jones Beach.
Lambda Chi Alpha was founded in Boston,
Mass., on November 2, 1909, and Epsilon Phi
chapter was installed on campus on February
14, 1930. The fraternity colors are purple,
green, and gold, the flower is the white rose.
The purpose of this organization is to con-
tribute in the largest measure possible to the
pre-eminence of truth and justice and the well
being of human kind.
Oilicers: Gene D. Rawlings, president, Wil-
liam T. Clark, vice-president, David W.
Adams, secretary, Edwin R. Berry, treasurer.
Actives: David W. Adams, Edwin R. Berry,
Kenneth L. Blevins, William T. Clark, john A.
Cooper, Lewis W. Dunn, Harold K. Franklin,
Morton S. Fry, Jeff Haley, Gene D. Rawlings,
Gerald R. Slusher, Robert T. Stevens, Iordan
Hoolick, Marvin V. Horton, Iohn W. Harri-
son, Ernest Moore, Harold G. Oakley, Ralph
I. Palumbo, Philip V. Walters, Marvin B.
jones, William G. Martin, Carl W. Smith,
john C. Whittenberg, Daniel W. Stai-ford,
Norman L. Schott, Eugene L. Marvin, Mal-
colm H. King, Charles R. Hamm, Charles A.
Johnson, Roger N. Justice, John A. Spoule,
Oswald Kington, Joe Lee, Leslie Linkenfelter,
Harold G. Wells.
Pledges: Iohn H. Miles, Donald I. Scheer,
James C. Carpenter, Fred Chapman, David
Coapman, George Head, Donald Hughes,
John Jones, Robert A. Pack, Frank Robinson,
Brian I. Taylor.
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Upon returning to school last fall, Phi Delta
Theta members were greeted by a completely
redecorated fratemity house. This fine job
was done by fraternity members and the
Many house parties and social affairs were
held by the fraternity. The social season was
topped off by the annual Spring Formal at the
Lexington Country Club. The Phi Delts also
gave a very successful party for underprivi-
leged children at Christmas.
Phi Delta Theta was well represented on
all intramural teams and finished strong in
every division. Outstanding men in athletics
included: Don Smith, Lewis Flowers, John Y.
Brown, and Charles Crabtree, golf, Jack
McDonald and Charles Jett, swimming, Bob
Scherer and Harry Alexander, tennis, and
Bobby Lester, baseball.
Members outstanding in campus activities
this year included Stanley Dickson, president
of Lances and of Alpha Zeta, and member of
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Sigma, and Eta Sigma Phi, Henry Bennett,
member of Keys and Phi Eta Sigma, and Jim
Boyle, member of Phi Eta Sigma.
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versity, Oxford, Ohio on December 26, 1848.
Epsilon chapter was installed on campus in
April 1901. The fraternity colors are blue and
white, the flower is the white carnation.
Officers: Robert Scherer, president: Lewis Flowers, vice-
president: Leslie Morris, secretary: Stanley Dickson, treasurer.
Members: Harry Alexander, Henry Bennet, Jim Boyle, How-
ard Bright,'AlIen Buckner, Charles Crabtree, Jack Cross, Stan-
ley Dickson, Bill Denes, Steve Dummit, Lewis Flowers, Britt
Franklin,Jack Giles, Lewis Greene, Edward Hayes, John Hol-
way, Alex Huguelct, Charles Jett, Jack Kleimeyer, Doug Mc-
Cullough, Jack McDonald, Albert Moffett, Leslie Morris, Dick
Nichols, Harold Potts, john Quinn, Oliver Raymond, Jack W.
Roberts, Jack J. Roberts, Dale Robinson, Harold Rose, Nat
Sanders, Bob Scherer, David Schoepf, Bill Semonin, Day
Shanklin, Don Smith, Gene Smith, David Swor, Frank Tilton,
Ray Tucker, Dan Wester, Frazee Wilson, Henry Young, Bill
Blake, Bobby Borders, Tom Tate, Ted Igleheart, Dick Kessler,
Denny Steineker, Joe Teague.
Pledges: Bill Billiter, Henry Bnll, Sam Batts, John Y. Brown,
Walter Curry, John B. Davis, Jim Dobbs, Bill Eddy, Don
Gibson, Bob Kirn, Bob Lester, Bob Lee, Dan Newton, Forest
Reeves, John Rodgers, Kenneth Summers, Sonny Wiggington,
Bennett, Billitter, Boyle
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annual Barbershop Quartet contest, which was
held at Memorial Hall.
Merrill McCord 'was news editor of the
Kentucky Kernel, and was later appointed
editor-in-chief at mid-year.
Gene Neff, varsity basketball and baseball
player signed a baseball contract with the
Phi Kappa Tau took second place in Lances
Carnival with their Cafe Parisienne and Style
Show. Doris Morgan was their sponsor for
T. I. Glasscock was elected upper classman
Engineering representative for Student Gov-
The Dream Girl formal was held at the
Avon Oflicers Club in April.
Phi Kappa Tau was founded at Miami Uni-
versity, Oxford, Ohio on March 17, 1906.
Kappa chapter was installed on campus No-
vember 6, 1920. The fratemity colors are
Harvard red and old gold, the flower is the
red carnation. Its purpose is to promote fel-
lowship, scholarship, and Christian ideals.
Officersz' James E. Boggess, president, Joe P. Richardson,
vice-president, George E. Burton, secretary, T. I. Glasscock,
Members: E. G. Adams, Anthony J. Amato, James E. Bog-
gess, George E. Burton, Charles I. Cosenza, Larry N. Delar-
nette, David E. Feld, T. I. Glasscock, Robert S. Horine, Bert
Jody, Jr., Hugh G. King III, John Kiera, Merrill T. McCord,
Albert L. Meyers, Ronald L. Miller, John E. Monarch, Robert
E. Moore, Eugene Neff, George T. Reynolds, Joe P. Richard-
son, Orman Shewmaker, Billy S. Simpson, Howard Stone,
Douglas E. Williams, Don Young, Jr., James Bondurant, Eu-
gene Fontaine, Walter D. Holbrook.
Pledges: Max L. Biederman, Jack D. Combs, William F.
Evans, Charles F. Hite II, Harold F. Janecky, J. Wesley
Johnson, William F. Jolly, John A. McKinney, Robert Lock-
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the year were Charlie Negley and Elliott
Netherton who were initiated into Phalanx,
Luther P. House who was selected as the out-
standing member of Keys and initiated into
Phi Eta Sigma, Glen Sandefur who was ini-
tiated into Keys and elected to the Student
Government Association, and Bud Florence
who was initiated into Tau Beta Pi.
Phi Sigma Kappa was founded at the Uni-
versity of Massachusetts on March 15, 1878.
Phi Deuteron was installed on campus on
November 27, 1926. The fraternity colors are
magenta and silver, the flower is the red car-
nation. Its purpose is to promote brother-
hood, stimulate scholarship, and develop char-
Oflicers: Norval Ray Copeland, president,
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Howard T. McHenry, Read B. Miller, Fred C.
Minning, Don W. Neal, Charles L. Negley,
Elliott Netherton, Tom E. Newman, James V.
Pigford, Don R. Richardson, Bob G. Richie,
Eugene C. Riley, Edward G. Sanderfur,
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Stoll, Tom I. Timmons, Dan G. Tudor, Robert
E. Westerman, Forest Dean.
Pledges: John M. Baker, Ted Reichart, Roy
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The Pi Kappa Alpha's ended a very success-
ful rush season this year with the pledging of
eighteen men. They were also privileged to
start the year oil with a new housemother,
Mrs. Maggie M. Stewart.
Among the parties given by the Pi Kap's
this year were a hayride and a Weiner roast,
a housemother's tea, a costume party at Cas-
tlewood, and an open house after the home-
coming game which many alums attended.
The most outstanding success of the social
events, of course, was the Dream Girl Dance
given in the spring.
Outstanding members were John Walker,
Phi Eta Sigmag Don Wilson, Alpha Phi Ome-
ga, and Ralph Hovermale, Alpha Phi Omega.
Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the Univer-
sity of Virginia in 1868. Omega chapter was
installed on campus in 1901. The fraternity
colors are garnet and gold, and the flower is
the Lily of the Valley. The purpose of Pi
Kappa Alpha is to establish friendship on a
iirmer and more lasting basis, to promote
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mutual benefit and advancement of those with
whom they sympathize and deem worthy of
Officers: Hugh David Roe, president, Stuart
Carpenter, vice-president, Richard K. Leh-
man, secretary, Thomas Prather, treasurer.
Actives: Jim Anderson, Albert Asch, De-
Witt Baulch, Glenn Bromagen, A. C. Byrn-
side, Charlie Campbell, Stuart Carpenter,
John Carver, Don Hartford, Jim Harris, Bud
Hinton, -Ralph Hovermale, Paul Knapp, Al
Innes, Richard Lehman, Terry Lohre, Donald
McClure, Ray McClure, Art Maddox, James
Osborne, Cordon Prather, Thomas Prather,
Hugh David Roe, James Sandidge, Ray
Thompson, Dan Travis, John Walker, Jack
Wilhoit, Donald Wilson.
Pledges: Joseph Crispino, Leroy Hammons,
Jimmy Jacobson, Harry Landon, Robert Mc-
Carthy, William Miller, James Smith, William
Smith, William Stevens, Burton St. John,
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coming decoration contest last fall. They also
won the Intramural trophy for 1951-1952.
They were the University champions in both
football and swimming for 1952.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the
University of Alabama on March 9, 1856.
Kentucky Epsilon chapter was installed on
campus on February 10, 1900. The fraternity
colors are purple and gold, the flower is the
Officers: John Alden Rodgers, president,
James Read Holland, vice-president, Jack W.
Clark, secretary, James H. Lucas, treasurer.
Members: James Baker, Norman Boggess,
Dave Clark, Jack Clark, Ward Coleman, Lee
Congleton, William Corbin, Robert Cregor,
Gene Croft, Todd Crutcher, David Devasier,
Pat Dickinson, Gordon Finnie, Jess Gardner,
Will Glass, Dave Grey, Ken Harris, Read Hol-
land, Robert Holmes, Bill Howerton, Conrad
Hubbard, Harry Jones, Larry Jones, Carl Ken-
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Jack Mandt, Floyd Mann, Charles Mollitt,
James Moore, George Nall, Wendell Norman,
Dick Page, Hunt Perkins, Bill Pesci, Monty
Price, Frank Ramsey, Ches Riddle, Robert
Robbins, John Alden Rodgers, Edmund Rod-
man, John Ryans, James Shannon, Donald
Slagel, Ben Stilwell, Robert Strother, Don
Sturgill, Charles Sutherland, James Taylor,
Jerome Taylor, Powell Taylor, Douglas Witt,
George Wombell, Thornton Wright, Gus
Pledges: James Baxter, Danny Boone, Gene
Black, Bill Campbell, Curtis Congleton, Don-
ald Crutcher, Don Finney, Zip Gayle, Bos
Gorham, Allen Grillot, Jim Hardyman, George
Harralson, John Kelly, Charles Kenney, John
Kirkham, Vic Meyer, Fred Meyer, Charles
Mulfinger, Ken Nace, Austin Owen, Gene
Pigue, Bob Robinson, Jim Stevens, Charles
Taylor, Lucien Terrell, Sherrill Ward, Don
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Grny, Grillot, Hnrdyman, Hnrrnlson, Holland, Holrncs
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The Sigma Chi's celebrated a very success-
ful 60th Anniversary this year. The rush.sea-
son came to a happy ending with the pledging
of twenty-two outstanding men. In October
the Sig's sponsored their Third Annual Derby
on O.D.K. Field. Alpha Xi Delta Sorority won
the rotating team trophy, and Delores Kercher
was selected Derby Queen.
The "Welcome Home Alums" Homecoming
Party and the Annual Christmas Party were
highlights of a wonderful social season which
also included house parties and a hayride to
Clifton. Continuing into the Spring Semester,
the social whirl saw the celebration of the
60th Anniversary and the Best Dressed Con-
test. The curtain was drawn on another year
with the Annual Sweetheart Dance.
Jane Bartlett, Kappa Alpha Theta, repre-
sented the Sigma Chi's as Sweetheart on cam-
pus during the year. Among the Sig's in out-.
standing campus positions were: George Law-
son, President of both the Student Government
Association and the Interfraternity Council,
john Griggs, Captain of the '52 Wildcat foot-
ball teamg Dwight "Speedie', Price, Captain of
the '53 track team, Frank P. Myers, Editor of
the Kentucky Engineer Magazine, Lances,
Vice-President of Patterson Literary Society,
and Eta Kappa Nu, Carter Glass, Vice-Presi-
dent of Lances, Vice-President of the Student
Union Board, Chairman of the Sports Com-
mittee, and Vice-President of Lamp 8: Cross,
Arch Mainous, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, Patterson
Literary Society, Henry Durham, Patterson
Literary Society, Student Government Iudici-
Sigma Chi was founded at Miami Univer-
sity, Oxford, Ohio, on June 28, 1855. Lambda
Lambda chapter was installed on campus on
March 31, 1893.
Officers: Carter A. Glass, presidentg Stuart B. Dalton, vice-
president, John Scott, secretary, Wilber C. Fisher, Ir., treas-
urerg Frank R. Myers, pledge trainer.
Actives: William Boggs, Thomas I . Bradley, William Choate,
Bruce L. Cole, Stuart B. Dalton, Henry C. Durham, Wilber
C. Fisher, Jr., Carter Glass, john Griggs, Richard A. Haas,
Kenneth Hatiield, Harry W. Homeier, William jackson, Rob-
ert L. Kays, George M. Lawson, Arch G. Mainous, William
Marcum, Henry A. Meyer, Frank R. Myers, Ioseph R. Planck,
Dwight Price, Carl Baker Rankin, Herbert M. Richardson, John
S. Rinehart, William Runnels, John Scott, Frederick Silhanek,
Pledges: Robert Anderson, Conway C. Carrico, Ben Clove,
Leslie B. Combs, Robert Cooke, Lawrence M. Crump, Clay
Downing, Edwin Fieldhouse, Kenneth Glass, Ira Gray, Albert
Harmon, Daniel Kelly, William K. Lutz, Lynn Murray, Ed-
ward Peterhoff, Thomas Porter, Ronald Roe, Lea Rowland,
Robert Gayle Rose, Robert Thomas, Donald Weaver, Douglas
Bradley, Cnrrico, Choate, Dalton
Downing, Durham, Fieldhouse, Fisher
C. Glass, K. Glass, Gmy, Hans
Homeier, Lawson, Mainous, Marcum
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Porter, Price, Rankin, Richardson
Rinehart, Rowland, Runnels, Scott
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The Sigma Nu's won first place in the May
Day float contest last spring. Jim Bradbury,
representing the fraternity, won the annual
Turkey Day Run, and their five man team
placed second in the same event. Jim McCabe
was the winner of the basketball free-throw
Along with other campus- organizations, the
Sigma Nu's entertained a group of under-
privileged children during the Christmas sea-
The fraternity's annual VVhite Star spring
formal, held at the house,'was again one of the
finest dances of the year.
Sigma Nu's active on campus during the
year included Jim Bradbury who was Presi-
dent of Lamp and Cross and of the American
Chemical Society, and a member of Phi Beta
Kappa and Omicron Delta Kappa, Fred
Bradley, editor-in-chief of the Kentuckian,
Cliff Hagan and Ray Jones who were repre-
sentatives to the Student Government Associa-
tion, Jim Perry, managing editor of the Ken-
tuckian, and a member of Lances and Lamp
and Cross, John Proffitt, president of the
YMCA, and a member of Lamp and Cross
and Omicron Delta Kappa, Larry Riddle, a
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member of Phi Eta Sigma, the Interfraternity
Council, and Beta Gamma Sigma, Jay Wallace,
president of Alma Magna Mater, and Olin
Gentry, president of the Newman Club.
Representing the fraternity on varsity ath-
letic teams were All-American Cliff Hagan,
captain of the basketball team, Jay Wallace,
captain of the track team, Bay Jones, track,
Jim Proflitt, football, Jim McCabe, swimming,
and jim Day and John Shanahan, baseball.
Sigma Nu was founded at Virginia Military
Institute in 1869. Gamma Iota chapter was
installed on campus January 18, 1902. The
fraternity colors are black, gold, and white,
the flower is the white rose.
Officers: John R. Proffitt, president, Joe Bill Howard, vice-
president, Lynn Hudson, secretary, Dean Anderson, treasurer.
Members: Dean Andersorr, Sam Blythe, Jim Bradbury, Fred
Bradley, Bob Cobb, David Cole, Frazier Dawson, Jim Day,
Olin Gentry, Bob Gleason, Cliff Hagan, Tom Henritze, Joe
Howard, Jim Hudson, Lynn Hudson, Ray Jones, Ben Kilgore,
Cliff Lattn, Ken List, Francis Mabelitini, John Mankin, Jim
McCabe, Bill Mudd, Mike Murphy, Jim Proffitt, John Profiitt,
Jim Perry, Louis Pritchett, Don Risch, John Richardson, Larry
Riddle, Jack Suylor, Bob Schnatter, John Shanahan, Jay Wal-
lace, Shelly Watson, Don Weber, Tom Wheat, Eugene Walsh,
Don White, Bill Yates.
Pledges: Kent Angel, Tom Brabant, George Browder, Al
Cravens, Bud Greco, Mac Osbome, Omar Pace, Charles Ray,
Frank Scott, Joe Simmons, Don Sheng, Tom Whiting, Bob
Barlow, Don Felker, Norm Miller, Dave Noyes, Bob Powell,
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List, Mnbclitini, Mankin
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Webb, Neal Asher, and Don Stewart, SUKYg
Ken Darnell, president of the Disciples of Stu-
Sigma Phi Epsilon opened the year socially
in fine style with its annual Dream Girl Dance
held at Avon Ofhcers' Club. Miss Ricki Cald-
well, Alpha Delta Pi, was chosen 1958 Dream
Girl. The Frankfort Troubadors furnished the
musical entertainment on this gala occasion
for the dancing pleasure of two hundred
Lances Carnival was also a scene of Sig Ep
festivities with a show entitled "Night In A
Sig Ep won the runner-up trophy in volley-
ball, and thrashed all the way into the semi-
finals in both football and basketball.
Wellie Walker was elected president of
Alpha Chi Sigma. He also was awarded the
Clifford B. Scott Scholastic Key for having the
highest scholastic standing in Kentucky Alpha.
John Faulkner was appointed pledge-master
of SUKY. He is also a member of the Political
Science Club, and a delegate of the 240 Club.
Other Sig Eps active in campus activities
were Henry Neel, Inter-Fraternity Council,
SGA, and the United Students Party, Jim
dent Fellowship, and a member of the YMCA,
Jack Taylor, swimming team and Block and
Bridle, Joel Deming, Pershing Rifles, Don
Stewart, publicity chairman, Newman Clubg
and Bob Wilson, chief announcer of WBKY.
Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded at the Uni-
versity of Richmond in 1901. Kentucky Alpha
was installed on campus on March 4, 1983.
The fraternity colors are red and purple, the
flowers are the roses and violets.
Officers: Henry Neel, president, Jack Taylor, vice-presidents
Bob 0'Nan, secretary, John Hall, treasurer.
Members: Jim Mainard, Felix Martin, Bill Rice, Dick Dor-
sey, Richard Hood, Bob O'Nan, Jack Taylor, Don Dowden,
Don Slone, Oakle Petrey, Henry Moody, Granville Brock, Paul
Davidson, Ronald Fuydal, Simpson McConkey, Gayle Law-
rence, Arnold Dosby, Henry Neel, Payton Creech, Joel Deming,
Bill Green, John Hall, Wellie Walker, Neal Asher, Phillip
Dixon, Jim Bruner, Charles Shinnick, Fred Bodycomb, James
Buell, Bob Burkhart, John Chandler, Jack Deming, Jim Mef-
ford, Kenneth Miller, John Newton, Harold Seale, Bill Webb,
Robert White, Pete Purdom, Barney Sword, Bruce Graham,
Don Stewart, Nick Glaser, Bob Bodycomb, Don Clayton, Jim
Marvin, Bob Maranville.
Pledges: Gerard Parker, John Collier, Bill Thombury, Rob-
ert Windland, David Middleton, Daniel Smith, Gayle Asher,
Paul Hibbs, Ben Stapleton, Donald Boone, Roland Combs,
Charles Hildreth, Louis Stevens, Tom Collier, Larry French,
Jack Rose, Marion Thacker, Jim Barnes.
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The first semester was opened by the Tekes
with a "Welcome Back' costume party, and
followed by the Homecoming dinner-dance.
In late November the Barn Yard Scratch was
held at Castlewood Farms. In December the
annual tree-trimming party and the Christmas
party for orphans were held at the chapter
The second semester included such events
as a hayride to Clifton, a beach party with
Triangle Fraternity at Boonesboro, a lawn
party in March, and a Gratz Kitchen celebra-
tion in April. The annual Carnation Ball was
held in May.
Other events sponsored by the chapter dur-
ing the year were the Clothing Drive for the
needy people of Lexington, and the forum on
religion in May.
Tekes active on campus were Paul Wright,
president of the Constitutionalist Party for
SGA and a member of the varsity fencing
team, Robert Felton, Cadet Colonel of the
ground forces of the R.O.T.C. unit on. campus
and a member of Pershing Rifles and Scab-
barfl and Blade, Larry Meyer, sports editor
of the Kernel and a member of Henry Watter-
son Press Club, Joseph Dier, member of the
Patterson Literary Society, Frank McHargue
and Al McFee, members of Pershing Rifles,
and Robert Hoag, member of the Marching
Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity was founded
at Illinois Wesleyan University on January 10,
1899. Gamma Sigma chapter was installed on
campus in january, 1951. The fraternity
colors are cherry and gray, the flower is the
Officers: Paul I. Wright, president, Frank R. McHargue,
vice-president, Larry K. Meyer, secretary, Albert Lupinetti,
Members: Jean C. Bouchy, Donald R. Butler, Stanley Collis,
Joseph Dier, Robert G. Felton, Albert Lupinetti, John Meiners,
Frank Mcl-Iargue, Billy D. Mullins, L. B. Powers, Tom White,
Hugh Williams, Larry K. Meyer, Thomas Williams, Paul I.
Wright, William P. Williamson, Douglas Dean, Arthur F.
Pledges: Frank Gnaw, Robert Hoag, Robert Iohnson, James
Lubbers, Thomas Morith, Robert Krauser, Robert Ward, Louis
Garriott, Robert Beckwith, Louis Nagy, Al McFee.
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Triangle had several members active in
campus organizations this year. Members of
Phi Eta Sigma included John Justice, Alan
Steilberg, Randy Dupps, and John Fischer.
Alan Steilberg and John Fischer were also
members of Keys. Arthur Linville was a mem-
ber of the Inter-Fraternity Council, the Ken-
tucky Engineer Staff, Scabbard and Blade,
Lamp and Cross, Pershing Rifles, and a rep-
resentative to the Student Government As-
sociation. Paul Patrick was a member of
Lances. William Neville was a member of
Pershing Rifles, and Ronald F arnsley was on
the Inter-Fraternity Council.
Triangle was founded at the University of
Illinois in 1907. Kentucky chapter was in-
stalled on campus in 1920. It is a social fra-
ternity restricted to engineers and architects.
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Oflicers: Arthur K. Linville, president, Rob-
ert B. Morrison, vice-president, John D.
Fischer, secretary, Paul A. Patrick, treasurer.
Members: Richard Braun, William Creel,
Gerald Dodge, Randy Dupps, Ronald Farns-
ley, John Fischer, John Correll, William Hin-
kle, Terry Hughes, John Justice, Arthur Lin-
ville, Thomas McReynolds, Stuart Meyer,
Robert Morrison, Robert Magruder, Theodore
Nagel, William Neville, Paul Patrick, Kenneth
Reynolds, Joseph Rice, Joseph Simons, Alan
Pledges: Norman Asher, Guy Carter,
Charles Claypoole, Bruce Correll, James Fen-
tress, David Haddaway, Warren Kammer, Lee
Phillip, Harry Mason, Thomas Neville,
Thomas Watkins, Arthur Wilburn, Jerry Yo-
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The ZBT's were glad to welcome back their
housemother, Mrs. Sears T. Moss, for the
1952-58 school year.
They entertained with several social events
this year. These included a Monte-Carlo
party held at the house in the fall, the annual
formal dinner-dance held at Boiling Springs
Country Club on March 28, a Christmas party
at the house during December for some of the
less fortunate children of Lexington, a Buffet
supper at the house for the Hillel Foundation
during Religious Emphasis Week, a Home-
coming party, and dinner at the Campbell
House in honor of their alumni and also of
their Tenth Anniversary on this campus.
The ZBT homecoming decoration theme
was "Smooth Sailing Over the Green Wave",-
while a penny pitching booth was their at-
traction at Lances Carnival.
Dr. Albert Ballows was initiated as an ad-
junct member of Zeta Beta Tau on April 8.
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ZBT's active on campus during the year
were Ierold Bass, co-chairman of the, Reli-
gious Emphasis Week, and George Wertheim,
member of Keys, Lances, English Club, and
Beta Alpha Psi.
Zeta Beta Tau was founded at City College
in New York City on December 29, 1898. Al-
pha Iota chapter was installed on campus on
December 3, 1942.
Oilicers: Eugene DuBow, president, Ivan
Goldfarb, vice-president, Henry Abraham,
secretary, George Wertheim, treasurer.
Members: Henry O. Abraham, Jerald N.
Bass, Sanford H. Bederman, Theodore Breg,
Malcolm A. Cole, Eugene L. DuBow, Ivan J.
Goldfarb, William I. Klein, Erle L. Levy, Mar-
tin B. Solomon, Jack M. Steinberg, Ronald E.
Tiller, George J. Wertheim, Stuart Yussman,
Pledges: Alan F. Bloomfield, Ierry Bohn,
Phillip Frost, Sheldon L. Ianowitz, Phillip
Levy, George E. Rosen, David Smith, George
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Bohn, Breg, Cole, DuBow
Frost, Junowitz, Klein, E. Levy
P. Levy, Smith, Solomon, Steinberg
Tiller, Wcrtheim, Yussman, Zuckerman
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Norvell, Poor, Ridgway, Robertson, Roberston, Rust
Stahl, Sims, Wash, Williams, Willis
The Farm House entertained with several
parties during the year. They started the fall
season with a Halloween party, followed by a
house dance and a square dance. A Christmas
party was also held. Spring brought another
house party and the annual spring formal,
along with a skating party. In the spring,
also, the Farm House held an outing at
Natural Bridge and Herrington Lake.
The first chapter of Farm House was
founded at Missouri in 1905. Kentucky chap-
ter was installed on this campus on May 12,
1951. The fraternity colors are green, gold,
and white, the flower is the sunburst rose. The
purpose of the group is to serve as builders
Officers: John C. Robertson, president, Melbourne C. Brough,
business manager, Henry C. Hartman, secretary, B. T. Robert-
Members: Melbourne C. Brough, William C. Brinkley, Ben-
jamin H. Collings, Edward L. Conder, Edward A. Fuchs,
Harold M. Gooding, James I. Goodlett, Henry C. Hartman,
William M. Hopper, John H. McMurtry, Ashby Neale, Iohrl
R. Norvell, William Poor, William T. Ridgeway, B. T. Rob-
ertson, John C. Robertson, Joe W. Rust, Roy D. Sims, Kenneth
D. Stahl, William Wash, Fred D. Williams, James D. Willis.
Pledges: Donald Applegate, Iohn C. Burgess, Emil Bless,
Iesse Caudill, James Combest, Cecil T. Ellis, Jack E. Graham,
Marvin Greer, George McKinney, Ronald I. Ryan, Iames L.
Simmons, Raymond P. Sims, Wilmer A. Steinhauser, Glenmore
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to discuss problems which arise in residence halls
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dents morc enjoyable.
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rooms and also to the best-decorated houses.
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inviting the mothers of all women students to visit
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University of Kentucky in 1944. Miss Margaret V.
Storey is faculty advisor.
Officers: Patricia llervey, president, Joyce Stephens,
vice-president, Barbara llussman, secretary, and Mar-
lene l"armcr, treasurer.
Members: Dorothy Blackwell, Alpha Delta Pi,
Catherine Campbell, Zeta Tau Alpha, Martina Camp-
bell, Barracks No. 33, Nancy Campbell, Delta Zeta,
Betty Sue Cornett, Ilamilton llouse, Marlene Farmer,
Alpha Camma Delta, Mildred Henderson, Jewell
llall, Patricia llcrvcy, Chi Omega, Lynn Marshall,
Kappa Alpha Theta, Dolores Noll, Barracks No. l,
Maureen O'Bryan, Lydia Brown, Diane Parr, Boyd
llall, Mazie Patterson, G35 Maxwelton Court, Bar-
bara llussman, Delta Delta Delta, Phyllis Scrivncr,
Patterson llall, jackie Shoulders, Dillard llousc,
,loyce Stephens, Kappa Kappa Camma, -Ioan Suther-
land, McDowell llouse, lluth Swinford, Barracks No.
2, Lorelle Terrett, Kappa Delta, Barbara Tower, G43
Maxwelton Court, and Libby Higgins, Alpha Xi Delta.
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ening roar, someone hands you a
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larly, invitations to come back and
visit Week-ends, yet each graduate
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HENRY ABRAHAM, Commerce . . .
Zeta Beta Tau, treasurer and secretary, Hillel Foundation
IRVIN J. ABRAHAM, Commerce . .
Phi Mu Alpha, Delta Sigma, Troupers
E. G. ADAMS, Ag.8z Home Ec . . .
Phi Kappa Tau, BSU, Block 61 Bridle, Beef Judging Team
PAYTON ADAMS, Commerce . .
PEGGY ANN ADAMS, A151 S . .
Radio Studios, Guignol, YWCA
ELLIE ADDAMS,A.8zS . . . .
Delta Delta Delta
G. DOUGLAS ADAMSON, A.8zS . .
. . Jenkins
Delta Tau Delta, Lamp and Cross, Spiked Shoe Society,
Arnold Air Society
JOYCE AHMANN, A.8zS . .
SnKy, Outing Club, 4-H, FTA
BOBBY ALLEN, Engineering .
Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, treasurer
GEORGE W. ALLF, Law .....
Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Association
BLUCHER F. ALLISON, Engineering .
Ag.rSz Home Ec . . . White Plains, N. Y.
Tau Kappa Epsilon
ANTHONY I. AMATO, Commerce . .
Phi Kappa Tau, Beta Alpha Psi, treasurer, Phalanx, Commerce
Employment Association, Chamber of Commerce, Scahbard 61
DORIS AMIS, Ag.6z Home Ec . .
Home Economics Club, BSU
DEAN ANDERSON, Commerce . . Pontiac, Mich.
Sigma Nu, College Chamber of Commerce
JAMES E., ANDERSON, A.8z S. . .
Pi Kappa Alpha, UK Band, Glee Club, Pryor
CHARLES ARCHER, A.8z S .....
Watterson Press Club, Kernel, News Editor
DONALD L. ARMSTRONG, A.8z S. .
WILLIAM F. AUGUSTYN, Education .
Football, Intramural Baseball, Newman Club
PATSY BACH, A.8zS. . . . . . .
. . Corydon
. . Corbin
Alpha Xi Delta, Tau Sigma, Social Work Club, president
BARBARA ELLEN BAILEY,
Education . . . Huntington, W. Va.
JOHN BALDWIN, Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Louisville
Varsity Football, K Club
DOREEN BANNINGER, A.8z S. . . Toronto, Canada
Newman Club, Dramaties Club, WBKY
JOHN K. BARNES, Ag.vSz Home Ee . . Williamstown
MARY ANN BARNETT, Ag.8z Home Ee . . Bagdad
Alpha Gamma Delta, corresponding secretary, seeretary-treas-
urer, Boyd Hall, League of Women Voters, Home Economies
Club, Glee Club
EMMA BELLE BARNHILL, A.8z S. . . Providence
Alpha Delta Pi, Student Union Board, Guignol Players, YWCA
ggwnct, League of Women Voters, secretary, Pryor Pre-Med,
JANE BARTLETT, Education . . Owensboro
Kappa Alpha Theta
SAMUEL J. BASHAM, JR., Engineering . Bardwell
A.S.M.E., Phi Tau Sigma, corresponding secretary, Tau Beta
Phi, 240 Committee
JEROLD BASS, Commerce ...... Louisville
Zeta Beta Tau, Hillel Foundation, president, Inter-Faith
Council, president, SGA, Chamber of Commerce, director,
Co-Chairman of Religious Emphasis Week
CHARLES C. BASTIN, Ag.8z Home Ee . . Louisville
Alpha Gamma Rho, SGA, Keys, Block 8: Bridle, 4-H Club,
Horticultural Club, Canterbury Club
BETTY JEAN BAUGH, A.6z S .... Valley Station
Kernel Photographer, Dillard House, social chairman
HERMAN A.BAYS,A.8z S. . . Hubbard Springs, Va.
SANFORD BEDERMAN, Education . . Lexington
Zeta Beta Tau, Hillel Foundation, vice-president
CAROL L. BELL, A.8z S ..... . Carrollton
Kappa Delta, Troupers, Guignol Players
MARY LOIS TICHENOR BELTZ,
Eddcation . . . Erlanger
Alpha Xi Delta, FTA
MARY L. BENARD, A.6z S. . . Jeifersontown
WALLACE BENNETT, Engineering . . , Sacramento
A.S.C.E., Tau Beta Pi, Highway Scholarship
THOMAS JOSEPH BILOTTA, Pharmacy . Louisville
Phi Delta Chi, APhA
RUTH BISHOP, Education ...... Sturgis
Kappa Delta, Panhellenie, vice-president, WAA, YWCA, Cuig-
nol Players, League Women Voters
JOYCE BLAIR, Commerce ....... Corbin
Alpha Xi Delta, Clee Club, Choristers, 240 Committee, FTA,
JULIE BLUMENTHAL, Education . Indianapolis, Ind.
Phi Sigma Sigma, SuKy, Kyian, Assoc. Ed., Hillel Foundation,
SAM BLYTHE, Commerce . . Louisville
Sigma Nu, Swimming Team
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SARAH BOBBITT, Ag.6z Home Ec . . . Somerset
Alpha Xi Deltag Troupersg Blue Marlins, YWCA
JAMES E. BOGGESS, Commerce .... Grayson
Phi Kappa Tau, president
YVILLIAM E. BOGGS, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Jackson
ANN DAVIS BOHON, Education . . . Lexington
Kappa Alpha Thetag FTAQ Alpha Lambda Delta
KATHERINE BOHON, Commerce . . . Lexington
JAMES BONDURANT, A.8zS .... Brandenburg
Phi Kappa Taug YMCA, Political Science Club
EDWIN R. BOOHER, A.8zS .... . . Albany
NORMA BOSTER, Law ...... Russellville
Alpha Gamma Delta, presidentg Panhellenicg Kentucky Law
Journal, business manager, Jewell Hall, lpresidentg Sayre Hall,
vice-presidentg House President's Councig Inter-dorm Councils
Student Bar Association, secretary, Rutledge Law Club
CARROLL W. BOTTOM, Commerce . . Mackville
240 Committee, College Chamber of Commerce
JEAN C. BOUCHY, Engineering . . . Dayton
Tau Kappa Epsilong A.S.M.E.
JAMES BOWEN, JR,, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Inez
240 Committeeg Agronomy Club
VERA R. BOWEN, Ag.6z Home Ec . . Inez
240 Committeeg Home Economics Club
RALPH THOMAS BOYD, Pharmacy . . Murray
Kappa Psi, vice-president, APhA
JAMES T. BRADBURY, III, A.6z S. . . . Louisville
Sigma Nu, Keysg Lancesg Lamp 6: Crossg IFC: Track Teami
Student Affiliate of American Chemical Society, Phi Eta Sigma:
ODKg Phi Beta Kappa
FRED BRADLEY, A.8z S .... . . . Providence
Sigma Nu, secretary and marshallg Scabbard 6: Blade, Kernljll
Staffg 240 Committee, Arnold Air Society, Distinguished Mill-
tary Student, Board of Student Publications, Intramural Sp0rtSi
JOHN B. BRANNON, JR., Education . . Louisville
FTA, presidentg YMCA, presidentg Phi Eta Sigma, Phalanlfi
LELAND W. BRANNAN, A.8z S ...... ,PariS
Kernel Staff, Watterson Press Club
CHARLES E. BRECKINRIDGE, Pharmacy . Louisville
Phi Delta Chi, Rho Chi, vice-president, APhA
JOHN F. BREWER,
Ag.6z Home Ec . . . Avon by the Sea, N. I-
HOWARD H. BRIGHT, Ag.vSz Home EC . Shelbyville
Phi Delta Theta, Outing Club, Mixed Chorus
ROBERT R. BONNER, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
Phi Delta Chi, presidentg Rho Chi, president, APhA
GLENN L. BROOKS, Engineering . .
ADLIE F. BROWN, Ag.8z Home Ec .
CLYDE E. BROWN, Engineering .
TOM C. BROWN, Engineering .' .
ARLIE W. BROWNING, Engineering
NAOMI BROWNING, All S ....
YWCAg Library Science Clubg 240 Committee
ROBERT C. BRUMMETT, Engineering
A.S.C.E., vice-president, Kentucky Engineer, society editor
SHIRLEY ANN BRYANT, Education . . . Bagdad
Lizappat Deltag Pitkin Club, House President's Councilg Pan-
BAILEY H. BRYNER, Engineering . Ohio Pyle, Pa.
Tau Beta Pig Phi Eta Sigma
BETTY BUCKLEY, A.8zS ....... Lexington
Delta Delta Delta, rush chairmang Panhellenicg Cwensg SUB
Comm itteeg YWCA
JAMES R. BUELL, Ag.6z Home Ee . Buellton, Calif.
Sigma Phi Epsilon
JAMES D. BURKS, Ag.8z Home Ee . . Waynesburg
JAMES S. BURNS, Commerce
Commerce Employment Association
CLYDE R. BURRESS, A151 S.
PAUL B. BURRUS, JR.,
Ag.6z Home Ec
Alpha Gamma Rho
PEGGY BURRIS, A.8zS ......
. . Campbellsville
. . Lebanon, Ohio
GEORGE E. BURTON, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Rockvale
Phi Kappa Taug Outing Cluhg Scabbarcl 6: Blade
JOHN C. BUTCHER, Commerce . . . Worthville
FRANCES BYERS, Education .... Lexington
Alpha Xi Deltag Panhellenicg Mixed Chorus, Choirstersg Glee
Clubg Phi Beta
ALEX BYRNSIDE, A.8zS .... . . Lebanon
Pi Kappa Alphag Gamma Theta Uplison
WANDA CANNON, A.6z S ...... Hopkinsville
BSU, Bacteriology Societyg 240 Committeeg Book of the
Month Club, jury
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CLAIRE CARLBERG, A.6r S. . Grand Rapids, Mich.
Alpha Xi Delta, treasurer, German Club
CHARLES T. CARMAN, Engineering
GAIL CARMICHAEL, Ag.8z Home Ec
Alpha Delta Pi, Tau Sigma, Kentuckian
publican Club, WAA, SUB, Troupers
CHARLES N. CARNES, Law . . .
Phi Delta Phi, president, Student Bar Asso
dent, Kentucky Law journal, note-editor
STUART G. CARPENTER, A.8z S. .
. . Louisville
Staff, Young Re-
ciation, vice- presi-
Pi Kappa Alpha, vice-president, Alpha Phi Omega, treasurer,
Lamp 8: Cross, Lances, treasurer, Keys, vice-president, Phi
Eta Sigma, president, Physics Club, Phalanx, Band, Outing
EULA MAE CARTER, A.5zS ....
BSU, 4-H, Outing Club
ROBERT L. CARTER, Ag.8z Home Ee . Touristville
CECIL T. CARTER, Ag.8z Home EC . . . Mayfield
LOUIS CATLETT, Engineering . . Lawrenceburg
Delta Tau Delta, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Arnold Air
GAYLORD CASWELL, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Carlisle
Delta Tau Delta
ANNABEL CAUDILL, A.8zS. .
JESSE CAUDILL, Ag.8z Home Ee .
JOHN CAUDILL, Ag.8z Home Ec . .
MICHAEL CAVALUZZI, A.8z S. .
JOHN G. CHARLES, Engineering .
PHYLLIS CHATFIELD, Education .
FTA, House President's Council, YWCA
WILLIAM E. CHOATE, A.8z S. . .
ALICE JACQUELINE CHUMBLER,
. . Hazard
Elmira, N. Y.
A.8z S .... Campbellsville
BSU, Bacteriology Society, Pryor Pre-Med, Alma Magna Mater
JOAN CLAASSEN, Commerce . . New York, N. Y.
Alpha Gamma Delta, Kentuckian, College of Commerce Em-
ployment Association, WAA, Blue Marlins
JANE D. CLARK, Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Lexington
Kappa Kappa Gamma, publicity chairman, Dutch Lunch Club,
DYF, recording secretary, League of Women Voters, Phi UK-
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silon micron, recor mg secre ary, ixe orus, ,
Home Economics Club, Young Democrat Club, Student Union
CHARLES D. CLARK, Commerce Palo Alto, Calif.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Track Team
ROMA L. CLARK, A.8z S. . . . Amba
Glee Club, Mixed Chorus
WILLIAM T. CLARK, Commerce . . . Vanceburg
Lambda Chi Alpha, Engineering Student Council, SUB Com-
NANCY CLARKE, Commerce . . Millersburg
WAA, BSU, Chamber of Commerce
TONY COCANOUGHER, Ag.8z Home Ec . Lancaster
Alpha Gamma Rho, vice-president, Block and Bridle, Live-
stock Judging Team, Meats Judging Team, 4-H
WILLIAM M. COCHRAN, Engineering . . Danville
BARBARA COHEN, A.8zS ..... Savannah, Ca.
Shi Sigma Sigma, Bacteriology Society, WAA, Hillel Foun-
MALCOLM COLE, A.8zS ....... Ashland
Zeta Bcta Tau, Pryor Pre-Med, Arnold Air Society, Hillel
WARD COLEMAN, Commerce . . Bowling Green
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pershing Rifles, Arnold Air Society
BENJAMIN COLLINGS, Ag.6z Home Ec . Shelbyville
Farm House, Dairy Club
HAROLD D. COLLINS, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Pulaski
STANLEY COLLIS, A.6zS ...... Winchester
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Cosmopolitan Club, Pryor Pre-Med
TROSPER N. COMBS,
Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Lewisburg, W. Va.
Block 6: Bridle, Dairy Club, Poultry Club
BONNIE COMPTON, A.8z S .... Cincinnati, Ohio
Guignol, Mortar Board, Chi Delta Phi, editor, Vague, editor,
BSU, art chairman, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, 240 Commit-
tee, English Club, SUB' Committee, Student Union Board,
YWCA, Book of the Month Club
WILLIAM D. COMPTON, Law .... Pikeville
Phi zglplaa Delta, Wesley Foundation, YMCA, Young Demo-
EDITH CONES, Education ...... Danville
Zeta Tau Alpha, president, FTA, Panhellenic
LEE CONGLETON, Commerce . . . Barbourville
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pershing Rifles
DORIS M. CONNER, Commerce . . Erlanger
JACK M. CONNOR, Commerce . . Walton
JAMES COOK, Law ....... Vanceburg
Student Bar Association, Phi Delta Phi, Vincent Law Club
ELOISE COOKSEY, Ag.8z Home Ec Willisburg
Outing Club, secretary, 4-H, secretary, Home Economics Club,
treasurer, Freshman Advisor, president, Troupers, BSU Coun-
JOHN R. COOPER, Commerce . . Lexington
Phi Sigma Kappa, Delta Sigma Pi
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Phi Sigma Kappa, president and secretary, Phalanx, secrctaryg
Pitkin Club, tri-asurcrg English Club, vice-prcsidentg YMCA
Advisory Boarclg YMCA Cabinctg SUB Co
Union Board, IFCg Canterbury Club
WAYNE A. CORNELIUS, Engineering . Lexington
BETTY CORNETT, Ag.81 Home Ec . . Fogertown
Hamilton House, president, Home Economics Club
ARNOLD COSBY, Education .... Henderson
Sigma Phi Epsilon
CLARA COTTENGIM, Ag.5i Home Ee . . Hazard
Home Economics Club
CLYDE T. COX, Engineering .... . Burgin
Eta Kappa Nu, Scabbard 61 Bladeg A.I.E.E.
MARION COX, Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Madisonville
Alpha Gamma Rhog 4-Hg Block Gi Bridle, YMCA
WILLIAM I. COX, Ag.6z Home Ec . . . Campton
Alpha Gamma Rho, 4-Hg Agronomy Club
JAMES COYLE, A.8rS ........ Lexington
WBKY, assistant sport director
CLARENCE R. CRABTREE, Engineering . Owensboro
HERBERT L. CREECH, AJS: S. . .
Phi Mu Alpha, Band, Orchestra
PAYTON CREECH, Commerce .
Sigma Phi Epsilon
LAWRENCE R. CRUMP, A.6z S. .
WILLIAM N. CURRY, Ag.8z Home Ec
JOHN I. CROSS, IR., Commerce . .
Phi Delta Theta
WAYNE CROW, Commerce . . .
Phi Kappa Tau
M. WARD CROWE, Ag.8i Home Ec .
Alpha Gamma Rhog 4-H, presidentg Lancesi Block 8: Bridle,
president, Agriculture Council, president
ED CUNNINGI-IAM, Ag.8z Home Ec
Alpha Sigma Phi
ROBERT L. CURRY, Pharmacy . . .
. Mt. Sterling
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WILLARD D. DAHL, Engineering . Washington, D. C.
Eta Kappa Nu, A.I.E.E.g I.R.E.
STUART D. Dalton, Commerce .
Sigma Chig Phalanx, Guignol
JOHN T. DANFORTH, A.5z S. . . Beacon, N. Y.
Alpha Sigma Phi
DOROTHY DAUGHERTY, A.8z S. .
WILLIAM S. DAUGHERTY, IR.,
Ag.8z Home Ec .
CAROLYN DAVIS, A.8zS .....
gappgl Delta, YWCA, cabinet, Pitkin Club,' Student Union
EMMY GLO DAVIS, Education .... Lexington
FTA, League of Women Voters, Mixed Chorus, Kappa Delta Pi
ROBERT H. DAVIS, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
Kappa Psi, APhA
WILLIAM C. DAWSON, Commerce . Lawrenceburg
BETTY DAY, Education . . . . Winchester
LLOYD DEAN, Ag.6z Home Ec . . . Morehead
BETH DEEN, A.cSz S ......... Lexington
Alpha Xi Delta, Panhellenic, Tau Sigma, secretary, Social
Work Club, Kappa Sigma Sweetheart
JOHN P. DE FEVERS, Ag.8r Home Ec . . Canmer
Alpha Gamma Rho
LARRY N. DE JARNETTE,
Ag.6z Home Ec . . . Glen Dean
Phi Kappa Tau
DONALD A. DELANEY, Commerce . . Lexington
Alpha Sigma Phi, Pershing Rifles
THOMAS L. DENTON, Engineering . . . Robards
Engineering Student Council, Electrical Student Assembly,
president, I.R.E., A.I.E.E. ,
LARRY DEPP, Engineering . . . . Owensboro
JOSEPH J. DIER, Commerce . . . Clifton, N. I.
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Patterson Literary Society, Newman Club
DONALD D. DICK, Pharmacy . . . . Somerset
PAT DICKINSON, Law . . . Barbourville
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
STANLEY DICKSON, IR., Ag.6z Home Ec . . Paris
Phi Delta Theta, president and treasurer, Lances, president,
Alpha Zeta, president, Student Union Board, president, Keys,
Lamp 8: Cross, Block dr Bridle
LEE A. DILLON, Education ..... Louisville
Zeta 'Tau Alpha, vice-president and rush chairman, League of
Women Voters, Young Democrat Club, Political Science Club
KENNETH M. DIX, A.8zS .....
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RICHARD DORSEY, A.8zS ....
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Gamma Theta Upsilon
LIBBY DOUGLAS, Commerce . .
R. H. DOUMAS, Commerce . . .
. . Lexington
EUGENE DUBOW, A.6z S ..... Bronx, N. Y.
Zeta Beta Tau, president, Hillel Foundation, president, Intel'-
faith Council, IFC, Religious Emphasis Week Committee
BOBBY DUCKER, A.6zS. . . .
WARREN DULIN, Ag.8z Home Ec .
Phi Sigma Kappa, Keys
HENRY S. DUNBAR, Pharmacy . .
. . Louisville
Phi Delta Chi, secretary, APhA, Sophomore Class, secretary:
Junior Class, secretary and treasurer
JANE DUNCAN, Education .
REVA DUNCAN, Commerce . . .
Chamber of Commerce, Pitkin Club
LEWIS W. DUNN, Engineering . . .
Lambda Chi Alpha, A.S.M.E., R.O.T.C. Rifle Team
HENRY DURHAM, Commerce .... Greensburg
Sigma Chi, YMCA, vice-president, Pitkin Club, Phalanx, Ken-
tuckian Staff, SGA, 240 Committee
BILLY I, EARWOOD, Pharmacy . . Louisville
Kappa Psi, APhA
PATSY EDMUNDSON, Commerce .
Kappa Alpha Theta, Beta Gamma Sigma,
merce, Outing Club, YWCA
IVEN A. ELLIS, Ag.6z Home Ee . .
WALTER ELLISON, Ag.8z Home Ee . . .
Alpha Zeta, Agronomy Club
THOMAS ELSWICK, Commerce .
Alpha Tau Omega
JOHN EMMICK, Ag.8z Home Ec .
ELIZABETH ERDMAN, A.8z S. . .
Chi Omega, YWCA, SUB Committee
WILLIAM D. ESENBOCK, Commerce
ANILINE ESTILL, Education . .
Chambcr of Com'
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. . Lexington
DORIS ETHINGTON, A.8zS ..... Shelbyville
glallgigphy Club, Psychology Club, Inter-Dorm Council,
EVALYN G. EVANS, A.8r S ....... Ashland
BSU, Pryor Pre-Med, Boyd Hall, president, Jewell Hall, vice-
president, House Presidcnt's Council, YWCA, WAA
MILTON EVANS, IR., Engineering . . Lexington
Kentucky Engineer, editor, Scahbard 6: Blade, YMCA, A.S.C.E.,
Arnold Air Society, Tau Beta Pi, IntramLu'al Sports
ANN EVERLY, Education . . David
Alpha Delta Pi, YWCA, WAA
JANE EXON, A.8z S ......... Danville
Zeta Tau Alpha, music director, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus
OSCAR A. FAIR, Engineering . . . . Liberty
MARLENE FARMER, Ag.6z HomeEc . . Lexington
Alpha Gamma Delta, Mortar Board, Phi Upsilon Omicron,
House President's Council, League of Women Voters, Pitkin
Club, Home Economics Club, Wesley Foundation, Agricul-
tural Council, Cwens
JEAN C. FARNEY, Commerce .... Lexington
Chamber of Commerce, Commerce Employment Association
PHYLLIS FAULKNER, A.8zS ...... Pikeville
Social Work Club, secretary, Mixed Chorus
JAMES FEHR, Ag.8z Home Ee . . . Cold Springs
Alpha Gamma Rho, treasurer, Horticulture Club, president,
RALPH E. FEHR, Ag.6z Home Ec . . . Louisville
Horticulture Club, Newman Club, Intramural sports
MARION FERGUSON, Commerce . . Wayne, W. Va.
NANCY S. FIELDS, A.eSz S. . . Amherstdale, W. Va.
Kappa gappa Gamma, League of Women Voters, WAA, Ker-
ne Sta ,
ALICE FISHER, Education . . Athens, Tenn.
Chi Omega, WAA
ELIZABETH FISHER, Education . . . Louisvfille
SuKy, YWCA, FTA, Kappa Delta Pi, WAA, Glee Cub,
Inter-Dorm Council, Gamma Theta Upsilon
WILBER C. FISHER, JR., AJS: S .... Louisville
Sigma Chi, secretary and treasurer, Phalanx, Guignol
MATT FLANNERY, Engineering . . Olive Hill
MILDRED K. FLANNERY, A.8z S ..... Banner
BSU, Pryor Pre-Med, Bacteriological Society
ANN FLORENCE, A.8z S. . . Cynthiana
Social Work Club
EUGENE H. FONTAINE, Commerce . Brandenburg
MARY FOSTER, Commerce ..... Lexington
Glee Club, Commerce Employment Association
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MARVIN FRANCE, Ag.cSz Home Ec . Elizabethtown
Alpha Tau Omega, Phalanx
GEORGE FRANCISCO, IR.,
A.M.E.E., I.R.E., Tau Beta Pi,
RIXIE D. FRANKLIN,
Ag.8z Home Ec
LELAND B. FRANKS, Law
ROBERT E. FREEMAN,
. . . Cincinnati, Ohio
Eta Kappa Nu
. . Monroe, Tenn.
. . Welch, W. Va.
Engineering . . . Murphysboro, Ill.
Electrical Engineering Assembly, secretary and treasurer:
A.I.E.E., Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kap
MORTON FRY, Ag.8z Home Ee . . . Ephrata, Pa.
Lambda Chi Alpha, Poultry
Club, president, Agricultural
Council, Pershing Rifles, publicity officer
IULLIAN R. GABBARD, Law . . . West Liberty
Student Bar Association, Phi Delta Phi, Reed Law Club
GEORGE GAINES, JR., Pharmacy . . . Louisville
SALLY GANO, A.8zS ...... . Georgetown
Kappa Kappa Gamma, League of Women Voters, English
JESS L. GARDNER, A.8z S ...... Hodgenville
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, vice-president, Keys, president, Lancesg
SGA, Lamp 6: Cross, treasurer, IFC, ODK, SGA J'udicial'Y
Committee, chairman, Constitutionalist Party, vice-president
MARILYN GARRISON, Edu
cation . Campbell, Mo.
Alpha Gamma Delta, Wesley Foundation, FTA
. . Medford, Mass.
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LOUIS GENTRY, Commerce ..... Lexington
Sigma Nu, rush chairman, Newman Club, president and social
chairman, Mardi Gras Chairman, Chamber of Commerce
ROBERT E. GIPE, Commerce . . . . Owensboro
Kappa Sigma, manager and pledge master, Intramural sports:
YMCA, Chamber of Commerce
CARTER GLASS, A.8zS ..,... Galion, Ohio
Sigma Chi, treasurer, Lamp 8: Cross, secretary, Kentuckian:
Lances, vice-president, Student Union Board, treasurer and
vice-president, SUB Committee, Outing Club, chairman?
THAYER GLASSGOCK, Engineering . Hardinsburg
Phi Kappa Tau, SGA, IFC
WILLIAM M. GLASSGOCK, A.8z S. . . Lebanon
240 Committee, Gamma Theta Upsilon
VIRGINIA A. GOEBEL, Commerce . . Ft. Mitchell
College Chamber of Commerce, vice-president, Outing Club:
Commerce Employment Association, State Oratorical Contest,
PENRITH B. GOFF, A.8zS .... New Castle, Pa-
Philosophy Club, 'German Club, Cosmopolitan Club
KURT E. GOLTERMANN, A.8z S. . . Hammond, Ind.
Kappa Sigma, IFC, Interfaith Council, Gamma Delta
BRIAN GOODMAN, A.8r S. . , Williamson, W. Va.
Bacteriological Society, Westminster Youth Fellowship
GLENN A. GORDON, Education . . Williamstown
TERRY D. GRANT, Pharmacy .
. . Murray
DAVID GRAY, Law ........ Louisville
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Chamber of Commerce, Canterbury Club
PEGGY GRAY, Education . ..... Lexington
Alpha Gamma Delta, FTA, Young Republican Club, League
of Women Voters
FAYE S. GREEN, Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Frankfort
Hamilton House, 4-H, Home Economics Club
THOMAS M. GREEN, Commerce . . Lexington
Beta Alpha Psi
LEWIS GREENE, Ag.6z Home Ec . Mt. Sterling
Phi Delta Theta, Scabhard 8: Blade
MARVIN GREER, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Kevil
BSU, Dairy Club
WILLIAM GREER, Commerce . . . Lexington
JACK L. GREGORY, Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Somerset
DANNIA GRIFFIN, Ag.8z Home Ec . Creston, Ohio
Alpha Zeta, Horticulture Club, secretary and treasurer
EDGEL L. GRIMM, Commerce . . Stanmbaugh
Chamber of Commerce
CHARLES W. GROSS, A.8z S. . . . Crittenden
NANCY J. GUILFOIL, Ag.a5z Home Ec . . Lexington
Dutch Lunch Club, Home Economics Club
FRANK R. GUTHRIE, Ag.6z Home Ec . . Barterville
Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta, Scnhbard 81 Blade, Horticul-
ture Club, Pershing Rifles
RICHARD A. HAAS, A.8zS ...... Louisville
Sigma Chi, Koifee Klub, YMCA, IFC
Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Logan, W. Va.
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Jewell Hall, social chairman, FTA,
Home Economics Club, English Club
ROBIE HACKWORTH, Education . . Prestonsburg
Alpha Tau Omega, SGA, FTA, K.E.A.9 N.E.A., Pryor Pre-Med
JOAN HAFFLER, A.8z S. . . . . . Lexington
Kappa Kappa Gamma
CLIFF HAGAN, Education . . Owensboro
Sigma Nu, BSU, K Club
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BESSIE N. HAGER, A.8zS ..,.. Nieholasville
BSU, Social Work Club, Cosmopolitan Club
JODY HAGER, A.8zS ........ Anchorage
Kappa Alpha Theta, SuKy, SUB Committee
WILLIAM F. HALE, Ag.8zHome Ee . . Lexington
CHARLES M. HALE, Law ..... Owensboro
Phi Delta Phi, magister, SGA, vice-president, Student Bar
Association, treasurer, Young Democrat Club, committceman
WARREN HALE, Commerce .... . Corbin
HAROLD L. HALL, Commerce .... Benhain
Phalanx, College Chamber of Commerce, Band, Harlan Coun-
ty Club, president, Commerce Employment Association
JOHN L. HALL, Commerce , ..... Danville
Sigma Phi Epsilon, treasurer, Beta Alpha Psi, president, Delfil
Sigma Phi, junior warden, College Chamber of Commerce
PAUL HALL, Engineering . . . . . Prestonsburg
Alpha Tau Omega, Engineering Student Council, secretary and
treasurer, Norwood Society, president
ROBERT HALL, Ag.8z Home Ee . . . Georgetown
Alpha Gamma Rho, Poultry' Club, president, 4-H, Block 51
Bridle, Livestock Judging Team, Meat Judging Team
CHARLES L. HAMILTON,
Ag.8z Home Ee . . Shepherdsville
Alpha Gamma Rho
ROY HAMILTON, JR., Commerce . . Louisville
PAUL HAMM, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Pulaski
LOUIS HAMMACK, Commerce . . . Morganfield
MERRILL R. HAMMONS, Ag.8r Home Ee . Stanford
LEE W. HARDESTY, Law . . . Winchestef
JACK HARDWICK, Engineering . . Burnsidfl
A.I.M.E., Norwood Society
JEAN HARDWICK, Education .... Lexington
Alpha Gamma Delta, Dutch Lunch Club, Phi Beta, Tau Sig'
ma, Blue Marlins, WAA
PATSEY HARNEY, A.8z S. ...... Richmond
Kappa Kappa Gamma, SUB Committee, League of Women
Voters, English Club
JUANITA J. HARRIS, Commerce .... Elkton
Alpha Gamma Delta, 240 Committee, Chamber of CommerCC
JOHN w. HARRISON, A.1SzS ...... Ashland
Lambda Chi Alpha
JOYCE M. HARRISON, A.6rS ..... Byrdstown
Alpha Delta Pi, League of Women Voters, English Club
MILDRED HART, A.6z S ....... Louisville
BSU, Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta, Interfaith Council,
Bacteriology Society, treasurer
PHYLLIS HART, Commerce .... Roanoke, Va.
Alpha Delta Pi, recording secretary, WAA, SUB Committee
DONALD HARTFORD, Education . . . Park Hills
Pi Kappa Alpha, music chairman, Band, Glee Cluh, vice-
prcsiclcnt, Phi Mu Alpha, Sinfonia, treasurer and vicc-presi-
dent, Choristcrs, Mixed Chorus, Orchestra, Troupcrs, Guignol,
WBKY, Madrigals, Cosmopolitan Club
CLIFFORD HARTMAN, Ag.8z Home Ec . . English
Farmhouse, Agronomy Club
EDWARD B. HAYES, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Shelbyville
Phi Delta Theta, Block 6: Bridle, Alpha Phi Omega
J. C. HASTINGS, Engineering .... Winchester
Eta Kappa Nu, president, Tau Beta Pi, Lances, Phi Eta Sigma,
Arnold Air Society, SGA, l.R.E., chairman, A.I.E.E.
MARION K. HAYDEN, Ag.Z5: Home Ec . . Cecelia
MARGARET HAYNES, Ag.8r Home Ec . . Philpot
Home Economics Club, BSU, Dillard House Council, treasurer,
Chi Delta Phi
JOAN HEALY, A.8zS ...... Westfield, N.
Delta Zeta, Outing Club, Cosmopolitan Club, WAA
JOHN HELLER, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Pee Wee Valley
Alpha Gamma Rho, 4-H, president, Block 6: Bridle
WANDA HELTSLEY, A.8rS ..... Waynesboro
BSU, Bacteriology Society
Commerce . . . Old Hickory, Tenn.
Jcwcll Hall, president, WAA, House President's Council, Mixed
Chorus, Chi Delta Phi .
WENDELL H. HENDERSON, Education . Charters
ARTHUR G. HENDRICKS, Commerce . . Lexington
Lambda Chi Alpha, secretary, Commerce Employment Associ-
ation, Keys, Band
ALAN HEROLD, Commerce . . . Covington
ANDREW IIIATT, Ag.8z Home Ee . . Wildie
Alpha Gamma Rho, Block Br Bridle
BARBARA HICKEY, A.8z S .... . Lexington
Newman Club, secretary, Kernel Staff
ALICE HIGGINS, A.8z S ........ Hazard
Alpha Xi Delta, marshall, YWCA, League of Women Voters,
Social Work Club
DONALD B. HILL, Pharmacy ..... Jenkins
Phi Delta Chi, prelatc, APhA, Senior Class, secretary
EDWARD O. HILL, A.8zS .... Cincinnati, Ohio
Bacteriology Society, vice-president
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WILLIAM T. HILL, JR., Engineering . . . Fulton
ROBERT HOAGLAND, Education . . Frankfort
CARL C. HOFFMAN, A.6z S ..... Pittsburg, Pa.
CHARLES B. HOGG, JR., Commerce . . . Russell
DEE HOLBROOK, Ag.8z Home Ec .
Phi Kappa Tau
. Olive Hill
PRICE HOLBROOK, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Salyersville
HARRY W. HOMEIER, Commerce . . Akron, Ohio
Sigma Chi, College Chamber of Commerce
JAMES H. HOLLAND, Pharmacy . . Bowling Green
Kappa Psi, APhA
JAMES R. HOLLAND, Engineering . . . . Fulton
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, president and'vice-president, Tau Beta
Pi, ODK' Lamp 8: Cross, president- Lances, SGA, Swimming
Team, Alpha Phi Omega, Scabbard 6: Blade, Pershing Rifles?
Phalanx, YMCA, cabinet and treasurer
PAUL HOLLEMAN, A.8zS .... Evansville, Ind-
Delta Tau Delta, vice-president, ODK, president, Phi Eta Sig'
ma, Lamp :Sz Cross, vice-president, IFC, Patterson Literarl'
Society, president, Lances, SGA
TOM E. HOLMES, Pharmacy . . Garlin
Phi Delta Chi, prelate, APhA
EDWARD R. HOLT, Pharmacy ..... Fulton
Kappa Psi, APhA, Sophomore Class, vice-president
Ag.6z Home Ec . . . Dawson SpringS
Alpha Zeta, Block 8: Bridle, Livestock Judging
WILLIAM M. HOPPER, Ag.6z Home EC . . Fonthill
Farm House, Dairy Club, vice-president, Dairy Cattle Judging
CLARENCE HORINE, Commerce . . . Lexington
College Chamber of Commerce
NORMAN C. HORN, Pharmacy , . Elizabethtown
Phi Delta Chi, prelate, APhA
JAMES HOUGH, A.8zS ..... . Paducah
Track Team, Sigma Gamma Epsilon
CHARLES HOUSE, Engineering . . . Lond01'l
RALPH A. HOVERMALE,.A.8zS ...... PariS
Pi Kappa Alpha, Lances, Lamp 5: Cross, Track, Troupers,
Gamma Theta Epsilon, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Alpha Chl
Sigma, A.C.E., Spiked Shoe Society, Alpha Phi Omega
ALCIE HOWARD, A451 S. ' ...... Wayland
Alpha Xi Delta, Young Republican Club, Political Science
Club, secretary, League of Women Voters
JOSEPH W. HOWARD, A.8zS .... Madisonville
gigaia Nu, lt. commander, Kentuckian, sports editor, Kernel
MARTHA HOWARD, Education .... Glasgow
WILMA HOWARD, Education . . . Tompkinsville
Hamilton House, FTA, secretary, BSU, 4-H, Kappa Delta Pi
WILLIAM L. HOWELL, A.8z S. . . Rosedale, N. Y.
Political Science Club, Intramural Sports, Phi Beta Kappa
BILL HOWERTON, Commerce .... Paducah
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
JANIE HOWK, Ag.eSz Home Ec . . . . Cynthiana
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Home Economics Club, YWCA, Eng-
lish Club, Coffee Chat
CONRAD E. HUBBARD, Commerce . . Lexington
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Beta Alpha Psi, Keys
JEANNE HUBBARD, A.8zS ...... Lexington
Kappa Delta, Dutch Lunch Club, SUB Committee, Pitkin
Club, YWCA Cabinet, Coffee Chat, Cwens, Wesley Founda-
tion, cabinet, Mortar Board
ANN HUDDLESTON, A.8i S ...... Lexington
Phi Bcta, vice-president, All Campus Sing Chairman, Madri-
JOHN B. HUDSON, Engineering . . . Russellville
LYNN HUDSON, A.6z S. . . . Bluefield, W. Va.
BETTY HUME, A.8z S. . . Maysville
JAMES E. HUMPHREY, Engineering . . Lexington
gand, BSU, Tau Beta Pi, Highway Scholarship, Intramural
COLEMAN HUNTER, Education . . Ashland
Kappa Alpha Theta, Blue Marlins
HYLA HUNTER, Commerce . . Bloomfield
ERNESTINE HUSTON, A.8zS ..... .Louisville
Alpha Delta Pi, treasurer, English Cluh, League of Women
Voters, Phi Alpha Theta, YWCA, Philosophy Club
BERNARD D. HYMAN, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
Alpha Zeta Omega, APhA
ELSIE M. ISAACS, Ag.6z Home Ec . . Winchester
Phi Upsilon Omicron, Home Economics Club, Hamilton House,
HENRY ISAACS, A.8zS ..... Castlewood, Va.
NEUCEDIA ISON, Education . .... Isom
RONALD JACKSON, Engineering . . Paris
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WILLIAM E. JACKSON, A.8z S ..... Pikeville
Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, secretary, K.M.I-
JOHN M. JAMES, Pharmacy . . . . Louisville
ELIZABETH B. JAYNE, Education . . Ashland
BSU, American Chemical Society, FTA
WILLIAM E. JEWETT,
Engineering . . . Lakewood, N. I-
Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, A.I.E.E.
BERT JODY, JR., A.8lS ...... Sewickley, Pil-
Phi Kappa Tau, vice-president, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard H
MARILYN JODY, Aa s ...... Sewickley, Pu.
Chi Omega, Chi Delta Phi, president, YWCA, WAA, Lcaguv
of Women Voters
BEE JOHNSON, Engineering ...... Risner
Delta Chi, A.I.M.E., Norwood Society
GLENN JOHNSON, Commerce . . Ansted, W. V11-
Beta Alpha Psi, Commerce Employment Association
JANE JOHNSON, Ah S ...... Bowling Green
Alpha Xi Delta, League of Women Voters
FRANCIS JOHNSTON, A.8tS .... . . Paris
YVILLIAM JOHNSTON, A.8zS ..... Paducah
Political Science Club, Outing Club, Chamber of Commerce
BARBARA J. JONES, ARS ...... Covington
FTA, Chi Delta Phi, Cosmopolitan Club, Wesley Foundationi
German Club, Psychology Club, English Club
HOWELL E. JONES, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Hodgenville
JAMES R. JONES, Ag.8z Home Ee . . . Quicksand
Alpha Gamma Rho, president and secretary, IFC, treasurer,
Phalanx, president, Block 61 Bridle, Lances, secretary, 4-Hi
YMCA, secretary and cabinet, Agricultural Council, SGA, Al-
ma Magna Mater, Lamp 81 Cross, Constitutionalist Party, treas-
JOHN R. JONES, A.8z S ...... . . . Sexton
Lambda Chi Alpha, Pryor Pre-Med, German Club
LA VERNE JONES, Education . . Corbin
JERRY M. JONES, Engineering . . Clinton
Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu
MARTHA JONES, Education . . Quicksand
FTA, YWCA, Alma Magna Mater
VICTOR JONES, Engineering . . Maysville
DONALD JORDAN, Commerce . . Louisa
Young Democrat Club
NORMA JUSTICE, Education . . Pikeville
Glee Club, BSU, executive council
WILLIAM S. KAFOGLIS, A.8z S. .
Kappa Sigma, Pryor Pre-Med
L. JOSEPH KAISER, Engineering .
THOMAS KAVUNEDUS, A.6z S. .
MARION KEARBY, A.8zS .....
. . . Fulton
Wesley Foundation, secretary, Wesley Founder, secretary,
SuKy, Outing Club, 4-I-I Club, Boyd Hall, president and vice-
president, Glce Club, FTA, House President's Council, Wom-
en's Administrative Council
OWEN F. KEARNEY, A.6zS ....
WBKY, chief announcer, WI-IAS-TV, producer
EMERY KECK, JR., Ag.5z Home Ec .
Alpha Zeta, Block 8: Bridle
. . . Corbin
DAVID W. KEELING, A.vSzS. . . . Springfield
BETTY J. KELLEY, Education . .
. . Cyntbiana
Mortar Board, vice-president, Newman Club, vice-president,
FTA, president, Interfaith Council, treasurer, Alpha Lambda
JANE KELLY, A.6zS ..... . Flemingsburg
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Coffee Chat
THOMAS R. KEMP, Pharmacy .
Kappa Psi, historian, APhA
JAMES L. KENNEDY, A.6z S. . .
Phi Mu Alpha
WILLIAM KENTON, Commerce .
Beta Alpha Psi, vice-president
JOHN KING, Engineering .
MALCOLM KING, A.8zS. .
Lambda Chi Alpha
MARJORIE KING, A.8zS .....
. . Lexington
Kappa Alpha Theta, vice-president, SuKy, SGA, Mortar Board,
Blue Marlins, Panhellcnie
PHILIP C. KINGSBURY, Ag.eSz Home Ee . Fort Knox
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Cheerleader, Troupers, Pryor Pre-Med
BARBARA KINGTON, Education .
Chi Omega, social chairman, FTA, Outing Club
OSWALD M. KINGTON, JR.,
Ag.8z Home Ee . .
Lambda Chi Alpha, ritualist and treasurer,
WARREN KNIGHT, Ag.8z Home Ee
Alpha Gamma Rho, Block 61 Bridle
IEANNETTE KRACHT, Education .
. . Henderson
. Freeport, Ill.
Alpha Gamma Delta, FTA, Young Republican Club, Blue
Marlins, League of Women Voters
HENRY L. KREBS, Engineering . .
. . Louisville
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Blue Marlinsg A.S.M.E.g TrouperS5
Scabbard lk Blade
THOMAS R. LANGFORD,
Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Celina, Tenn.
Dairy Clubg Poultry Club
CLIFFORD B. LATTA, Law . . Prestonsburg
CHARLES F. LATHAM, Engineering . . Lexington
ROBERT M. LATHROP, A.8z S. . . . Louisville
CAROLYN P. LAWRENCE, Education . . Wilmore
Delta Zetag FTAg League of Women Votersg SUB Committee
ANNE T. LAWSON, Education . . PariS
Mixed Chorus, YWCAg FTA
GEORGE M. LAWSON, A.8zS ..... Lexington
Sigma Chig IFC, president, SGA, presidentg Lamp 81 Cross
HENRY G. LAY, Engineering ..... Stanford
LARAMIE LEATHERMAN, Law . Martinsville, Ill,
Phi Alpha Delta
AUSTIN LEAVELL, A.8z S. . . Trinton
ARCHIE L. LEE, A.6z S. . . Albany
HERMAN E, LEICK, Law . . . . . Corbin
Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Association
JOHN K. LEOPARD, Law ..... Gallatin, Mo.
EVANGELOS S. LEVAS, Commerce . . Lexington
Delta Tau Deltag SuKy, presidentg Alpha Phi Omega, presi-
dentg Delta Sigma Pi, secretaryg Lancesg College Chamber of
Commerce, Board of Directors
DONALD B, LEWIS, Engineering . . Frankfort
ROBERT I. LICHTEFELD, Pharmacy . . Louisville
Phi Delta Chi, presiclentg APhA
DAVID S. LIN,
Engineering . . . Foochow, F ukien, China
LESLIE LINGENFELTER, Education . . Lexington
Lambda Chi Alpha
ALBERT G. LOESER, Pharmacy . . . Louisville
Phi Delta Chi, APhA
TERRY I. LOHRE, Engineering . . . FlorenC6
Pi Kappa Alpha
Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Nashville, Tenn.
Kappa Delta, Home Economics Club, Canterbury Club, Young
ELOISE LORCH, Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Anchorage
Delta Zeta, Home Economics Club, 4-H, social and publicity
chairman, Phi Upsilon Omicron, Block 6: Bridle, Folk Dance
Society, YWCA, WAA, Cwens, secretary, Outing Club, secre-
tary, Fencing Team, Hockey Team, Pitkin Club, Westminster
Fellowship, Dutch Lunch Club
JAMES W. LYNCH, IR., Pharmacy . . Louisville
Rho Chi, historian, APhA
BETTY L. LYNN, A.8z S. . . . Lexington
WILLIAM MABE, Engineering . . . Jenkins
Phi Tau Sigma, Tau Sigma Phi, A.S.M.E.
C. F. MABELITINI, A.8zS ..... Dayton, Ohio
JACQUETTE MAFFETT, Ag.8c Home Ec . Cynthiana
FTA, Home Economics Club, Young Democrat Club
RUTH A. MAGGARD, Education . . . Lexington
Kappa Delta, Mortar Board, president, YWCA, president, Pit-
kin Club, Wesley Foundation Cabinet, FTA, Kappa Delta Pi
RUTH MALONEY, Education .... Lexington
FTA, League of Women Voters, Newman Club
BETTY MALLICK, Education . . Louisville
Social Chairman of Barracks 2
LUCILLE H. MANIS, Ag.6i Home Ec . . Bulan
Home Economics Club
FLOYD MANN, A.8z S ....... Prestonsburg
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, YMCA, Patterson Literary Society
BARBARA MARANVILLE, Commerce . . Hazard
ROBERT L. MARANVILLE, A.8zS .... Hazard
Band, Guignol, Bar Bell Club, Troupers, Scabbarcl 61 Blade,
Patterson Literary Society, WBKY, continuity editor, Intra-
mural sports, Distinguished Military Student
SOULA MARGARITIS, Commerce . . . Lexington
Delta Zeta, SUB Committee, Chamber of Commerce, YWCA,
OE MARINARO Educltion Elkhorn City
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Delta Chi, pledgelnaster, Newman Club, Scabbard 6: Blade
WILLIAM I. MARSHALL,
Ag.6z Home Ec . . . Flemingsburg
Poultry Club, secretary and treasurer, Dairy Club, Poultry
BETTY MARTIN, Education ..... Richmond
Kappa Kappa Gamma, League of Women Voters, FTA
FANT W. MARTIN, A.8z S. . . Lexington
EUGENE MARTIN, Education . . Wayland
GWEN MARTIN, Education . . Pineville
FTA, Westminster Fellowship
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JEAN MARTIN, Education .... . Greenville
Karyn Kappa Gamma, president, League of Women Voters,
PAULETTE MARTIN, Education . . . Allen
FTA, English Club, Social Work Club
THOMAS Y. MARTIN, Engineering . . . Ashland
Delta Tau Delta, president and treasurer, Engineering Student
Council, A.S.C.E., president and vice-president
LLOYD G. MASTERS, Pharmacy . . SanderS
MARGARET MATLOCK, A.8zS .... Owensboro
Delta Delta Delta, treasurer, SuKy, Blue Marlins, League of
GENE MATTICK, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Campbellsbufg
Block 8: Bridle
MILES P. MATTINGLY, Ag.8z Home EC . Louisville
Alpha Zeta, vice-president
BETSY MAURY, A.8z S. ....... Versailles
Kappa Kappa Gamma, English Club, Coffee Chat, SUB Com'
mittee, SGA, Judiciary Committee
SHIRLEY J. MAXWELL, Agal-rome Ec . . Fulton
Chi Omega, Home Economics Club
GERALD MAYER, Ag.8z Home Ee . New York, N. Y-
Alpha Gamma Rho, Pershing Rifles, Block 6: Bridle
JIM MCCABE, Education .... , . Springfield
Sigma Nu, Swimming Team
DONALD R. MCCLURE, A.6z S. . . Union
Pi Kappa Alpha, Pryor Pre-Med
SIMPSON E. MCCONKEY, A.8z S. . . Irvine
Sigma Phi Epsilon
MERRILL MCCORD, A.a.'Sz S ..... Hopkinsville
Phi Kappa Tau, Kernel Staff, Editor and News Editor, YMCA:
Kentuckian Staff, Watterson Press Club, president, Studefjf
Board of Publication, Seabbard B1 Blade, Distinguished Mill-
tary Student, Rhodes Scholarship Candidate
ROY H. MCCORMACK, Commerce . . Danville
MOLLIE MCCOULF, A.8zS ...... Lexingtoff
Bacteriology Society, president, Mortar Board, treasurer, Phi
Beta, Cwens, Alpha Lambda Delta
MALCOLM McCOY, Ag.8z Home EC . Cloyds Landing
NEVILLE MCCRACKEN, Education . . Winchester
JAMES MCCURRY, Engineering . . . Horse CaVC
Alpha Tau Omega, president, Tau Beta Pi, Lances, ODK9
IFC, Phi Eta Sigma, A.S.M.E., president, SGA, Pershmg
Rifles, Engineering Student Council, Scabbard 6: Blade, 240
Committee, Arnold Air Society, Pi Tau Sigma, treasurer
ELMER E. MCDANIEL, JR., ,Pharmacy . Owensb0I'0
Phi Eta Sigma, Rho Chi, APhA, vice-president, Otterbaflh
Award, Junior and Senior Class, president
JACK MCDONALD, Law . . . . . Frankfort
Phi Delta Theta
MARILYN MCDONALD, Education . Logan, W. Va.
Kappa Kappa Gamma, WAA, president and secretary, Cwens,
L. R. MCFARLAND, Engineering .... Rockhold
IOHN MCGEEHAN, A.8z S. . . New Rochelle, N. Y.
Patterson Literary Society, president, WBKY, sports director
and sports caster
TOM C. MCKENNEY, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Lexington
Alpha Gamma Rho, president, Troupers, Outing Club, Bar
BOWEN G. MCKINNEY, Ag.8z Home Ec . McKinney
Alpha Gamma Rho, 4-H, Block 6: Bridle, Meat Iuding Team
Education . . . Atlantic Beach, Fla.
Alpha Gamma Delta, rush chairman and social chairman, Pan-
hellenic, Blue Marlins, treasurer, WAA Council, YWCA,
League of Women Voters
THURMAN R. MCKINNEY, Pharmacy . Bowling Green
RUTH MCMICHAEL, A.8z S. . . . . Macon, Ga.
Delta Delta Delta, publicity chairman and social chairman,
JOHN H. McMURTRY, Ag.8z Home Ec . Nicholasville
Farm House, Block 81 Bridle
THOMAS L. MCREYNOLDS, Engineering . Lewisburg
Triangle, A.S.C.E., Keys, Lances, IFC
BETTY MEADE, Education . , . . McDowell
EARL W. MEADOR, Engineering . . Elizabethtown
NATELLA H. MEADOR, Education . . McDaniels
GLENN MEADOWS, A.6zS .... Russell Springs
DAVID P. MEERS, Pharmacy . . Bald Hollow
JAMES R. MEFFORD, Commerce . . Georgetown
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi
GERALD E. MEIT, Pharmacy . . Louisville
Alpha Zeta Omega, Rho Chi, APhA
DAYTON MERRITT, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Liberty
MATILDA METZGER, Education .... Paducah
Kappa Delta, WAA, Newman Club
ALBERT L. MEYERS, Commerce . Long Beach, N. I.
Phi Kappa Tau, Phalanx, Pitkin Club, Canterbury Club, Out-
g1lgIClub, Chamber of Commerce, YMCA, Young Republican
HANS MEYER, Engineering ..... Lexington
Tau Beta Pi, treasurer, Pi Tau Sigma, president, Phi Eta Sig-
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HENRY A. MEYER, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Anchorage
Sigma Chi, consul and magister, Block 6: Bridle, IFC, Live-
stock judging Team
MARTHA L. MILBURN, A.8zS ..... Louisville
Alpha Xi Delta, vicc-president, corresponding secretary Bild
treasurer, Cwcns, Alpha Lambda Delta, secretary, Phi Sigrflf'
Iota, vice-president, WAA, Outing Club, Mortar Board, THU
Sigma, treasurer, YWCA, Westminster Club
FRED MILLER, Commerce . . Huntington, W. V21-
Dclta Tau Delta, College Chamber of Commerce
LAFE MILLER, IR., Education . . . Grant
SHIRLEY MILLER, Education . . . Ieifersontown
Political Science Club, Philosophy Club, FTA
JACK MILLIKAN, Ag.6z Home Ec .... Kuttawa
Dairy Club, Block 6: Bridle
GLENN S. MILLS, Engineering . . . Barbourville
Engineering Student Council, chairman, BSU, president, Tw
Beta Pi, corresponding secretary, I.R.E., A.I.E.E., Eta KRPPH
Nu, recording secretary
GENE D. MINER, Ag.8z Home EC . . . Cynthianv'
LLOYD A. MITCHELL, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Franklin
Alpha Zeta, Dairy Club, Dairy Judging Team
WVILLIAM L. MITCHELL, Engineering . Owensb0f0
ROBERT C. MOFFIT, Law . . . . Ionia, MiC.l1-
Kentucky Law Journal, editor-in-chief, Student Bar Assoclft'
tion, Phi Delta Phi
HENRY H. MOODY, IR., A.8z S .... Cynthianfl
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pitkin Club, Pryor Pre-Med
HERBERT A. MOORE, A.8z S. . . Lexingt0I1
JAMES E. MOORE, Commerce . . FrankfO1't
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
JOAN P. MOORE,
Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Miami Shores, Fla-
Chi Omcga, president, Cwens, Phi Upsilon Omicron, SGA?
Panhellenic, Mortar Board
ROBERT O. MOORE, Education . . Lexingwn
Scabbard 8: Blade, Alpha Phi Omega
STANLEY B. MOORE, Ag.6z Home Ec . . . L01-lisa
Block 5: Bridle, Young Democrat Club
THOMAS J. MOORE, Commerce . . Prestonsbllfg
FRANCES MOORMAN, Ag.8r Home Ec . Carx'0llt0n
Newman Club, Home Economics Club
JOHN B. MORRIS, A.8zS .... - . . Pikeville
Alpha Tau Omega, vice-president and pledgemaster, IFC'
Phalanx, YMCA, Pryor Pre-Med
ROBERT B. MORRISON, Engineering . . Lexingtoff
Triangle, vice-president' Scabbard 6: Blade, lst lieutemmi'
Pitkin Club, Kentucky Engineer, managing editor
VIRGINIA MORSE, A.8zS ..... Ithaca, N. Y.
Chi Omega, Mixed Chorus, SUB Committee, YWCA
GEORGIA MOTZ, A.8rS ...... Akron, Ohio
Kappa Delta, secretary, Phi Sigma Iota, WAA, Coffee Chat
E. C. MULLINS, Law ........ Stanford
ROBERT I. MULLINS, IR., Commerce . Covington
Commerce Employment Association, Chamber of Commerce
MARGARET MYERS, Ag.6z Home Ec . . . Dover
Home Economics Club, 4-H
GEORGE NALL, Commerce . . . . Fulton
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
ASHBY NEALE, Ag.6r Home Ee . . New Castle
HENRY C. NEEL, A.8z S ....... Henderson
Sigma Phi Epsilon, SGA, IFC, Lamp Br Cross, Newman Club,
Student Bar Association
SUZANNE NEUMAN, A.8z S ...... Lexington
Phi Sigma Sigma, president, Hillel Foundation, treasurer,
WAA, YWCA, Dutch Lunch Club, Social Work Club, Pan-
hellenic, Women's Administrative Council
CARL T. NEWEY, Education . . . Chicago, Ill.
Troupers, president, Intramural Sports
JOYCE D. NEWTON, Education . . . Hickman
FTA, YWCA, League of Women Voters
MORTON NICKELL, Commerce . . Ashland
.IOHN NICHOLS, Commerce ..... Lexington
Kappa Alpha, vice-president, Seahhard 61 Blade, president,
Arnold Air Society, secretary, Delta Sigma Pi, treasurer, Beta
Alpha Psi, vice-president, IFC, secretary
LEE NICHOLS, A.8rS ....., Welch, W. Va.
STANLEY NIELSEN, Education . . . Pineville
Alpha Tau Omega, FTA
JOHN NORVELL, Ag.8z Home Ee . . Sebree
Farmhouse, Agronomy Club, president
FRANCES NUNNELLEY, Commerce . . Lexington
Newman Club, Commerce Employment Association
NANCY F. N UNNELLY, Commerce . . Georgetown
VAN NUTT, Ag.8z Home Ee . . Mt. Washington
Alpha Gamma Rho
ANN OFFICER, Ag.6z Home Ee . . . S arta, Tenn.
Alpha Delta Pi, SuKy, Home Economics Club, Outing Club
TAGUSH V. OHANIAN, Education . . Tehran, Iran
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ANN OLDHAM, A.8z S ........ Danville
Chi Omega, rush chairman and pledge trainerg Panhellenicg Chi
Delta Phi, vice-president
JANE OMOHUNDRO, A.8z S. . Huntington, W. Va-
ROBERT O'NAN, Engineering ..... Sturgiss
Sigma Phi Epsilon, chaplain and secretaryg Fencing Team?
I.R.E.g Arnold Air Society, adjutantg Eta Kappa Nu ,
BILL PACK, Engineering . . Paintsville
ZOE PARKER, A.8z S. ....... Maysvillc
Kappa Alpha Thetag SGA, secretary, Panhellenie, secretary:
gwensg Choristersg Glee Club, Mixed Chorusg Constitutionalist
LINDA PATTESON, A.8z S. . . Washington, D. C-
Alpha Xi Delta, social chairman and recording secretary, Kef'
nel Staff, reporter and circulation managerg English Club:
League of Women Votersg Phi Sigma Iota
PATRICIA PATTERSON, A.8z S .... Hopkinsville
Kappa Deltag SGA, vice-presidentg Mortar Board
ROBERT W. PATTERSON, Engineering . Vine Grove
MARILYN PATTON, Ag.8z Home Ee . . . Ashland
Alpha Gamma Delta
NOI W. PEERS, A.6zS ...... Pine Bluff, Ark-
Kappa Kappa Gammag Mixed Chorusg Glee Clubg Kernel Staffi
Theta Sigma Phi
VIRGINIA PENN, Education . . Poplar Bluff, M0-
Alpha Gamma Delta
LORRAINE PENNICK, A.8:S. . . Lexington
Zeta Tau Alpha
CHARLES T. PERKINS, Ag.8z Home Ee . Georgetown
Alpha Gamma Rhog Block 51 Bridle
HUNT PERKINS, A.8zS ...... Williamsburg
Sigma Alpha Epsilong Mixed Chorusg YMCA Cabinetg Sigma
Gamma Epsilon, president
MARGARET A. PERKINS, Education . . Lancaster
Chi Omega, FTAQ Glee Club
ANN PERRY, A.8z S ......... Lexingtfm
Kappa Kappa Gammag YWCAQ Phi Alpha Theta, secretary
LOIS PETERSON, A.6zS .... Milwaukee, Wis'
Zeta Tau Alpha
WILLIAM PESCI, A.8z S ...... Blairsville, P3-
Sigma Alphn1Epsilong Pryor Pre-Medg Newman Club
KATHLEEN PETTEY, Education . . Columbia
Pitkin Club, FTAg YWCA
ANNE c. PI-IELPS, Education . . . Richmond
Kappa Kappa Gammag Glee Clubg Mixed Chorusg Yolmg
Democrat Clubg-FTAg League of Women Voters
GAMALIEL D. PHILLIPS, Ag.8z Home Ec . Fedsereek
Alpha Gamma Rhog YMCA
JAMES V. PIGFORD, Engineering
Phi Sigma Kappa
EUGENE PITTMAN, Ag.8z Home Ec
JOE R. PLANCK, A151 S ....
Sigma Chi J
LOWELL V. POLING, Commerce .
MARY E. POLLITTE, Commerce .
. . . Ashland
. . Mayfield
. . . Harlan
Delta Delta Delta, president, Panhellenic, vice-president, 240
REBECCA N. POWELL, Ag.8r Home Ec . Winchester
Home Economics Club
WILLIAM F. POWERS, A.8z S. .
VIRGINIA PRESTON, Commerce .
Delta Delta Delta
AUDIE PRICE, JR., Ag.8r Home Ec
C. M. PRICE, Commerce . .
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tennis Team
DWIGHT PRICE, Education . . .
. Science Hill
. . Lexington
Sigma Chi, Track Team, Spiked Shoe Society, Basketball, Out-
JAMES K. PRICE, Education .
JAMES R. PRICE, Commerce .
Beta Alpha Psi, Chamber of Commerce
JOHN PROFFITT, Education . .
. . Louisville
Sigma Nu, president, Phalanx, YMCA Cabinet, YMCA, presi-
dent, Arnold Air Society, Lamp 8: Cross, Scabhard 8: Blade,
Lances, Pitkin Club, Glce Club, Mixed Chorus, FTA, IFC,
Interfaith Council, ODK
MARY J. PROUD, Education . .
IOHN PURDOM, Commerce .
Sigma Phi Epsilon
MARTHA RABY, Ag.cSz Home Ec . .
glFilUpsilon, Troupers, Home Economics
ROBERT RAINES, Pharmacy . .
Kappa Psi, APhA
WILLIAM R. RAMEY, Law . .
Phi Alpha Delta
FRANK RAMSEY, Commerce . .
. . Louisville
. . Lexington
Club, Dutch Lunch
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, K Club, Basketball Team, Baseball Team
CLARENCE RANGE, Engineering
Alpha Tau Omega, A.S.C.E.
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SHIRLEY RANKIN, A.8zS ...... Monticello
EFI? Delta Delta, Guignolg Young Democrat Cluhg EngliSh
GENE RAWLINGS, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Germantown
Lambda Chi Alpha, Alpha Zeta
EARL B. RAY, Commerce . . Louisville
ORDELL RAY, A.8zS ...... . . Bypro
BSU, Pryor Pre-Med N
LOUIS C. REBENSDORF, Ag.8z Home EC . Ft. Thomas
Alpha Gamma Rho, Newman Cluhg Block 6z Bridle
BETTY REED, Commerce ..,... Lexington
Mixed Chorus, YWCA, BSU
DONALD E. REED, Commerce . . Ft. Mitchell
Pi Kappa Alpha
JOHN M. REED, A.cSz S. . . Georgetown
Bacteriology Societyg Band
CAROLYN REES, Education . . . May'S Lick
YWCA, Outing Club, FTAg Troupers
ANN REICHLE, Commerce . . Jeffersonville, Ind.
Delta Delta Delta, recording seeretaryg League of VVomen
Voters, SUB Committeeg Chamber of Commerceg Beta Gammil
ELIZABETH REID, A.8zS .... . . Danville
JOYCE REYNOLDS, Education .... Greenville
Kappa Alpha Thetag WAA, Student Union Board, YWCA?
Outing Club, Wesley Foundation
KENNETH R. REYNOLDS, Engineering . . Jackson
MARY J. REYNOLDS, A.8zS ...... Ashland
Alpha Delta Pi, rush chairmang Panhellenic, president, YWCA:
League of Women Voters, Guignol Players, WAA
CHARLES J. RICE, A.6z S ....... Lexington
EUGENE C. RICE, Ah S. . . Paintsville
NICHOLAS RICE, A.8z S. . . Independence
Square and Folk Dance
WILLIAM A. RICE, Law . . . I-Iarlan
WILLIAM K. RICE, Ag.8z Home Ec .... Paris
Sigma Phi Epsilong Young Republican Club, vice-presidenii
Basketball, manager, Cheerleader, SuKy
CHARLES F. RICHARDSON, Pharmacy . . Irvin6
Kappa Psi, APhA
DON R. RICHARDSON, Engineering . Catlettsburg
Phi Sigma Kappag ODKg Lamp 8: Cross
JOE P. RICHARDSON, Commerce . . Catlettsburg
Phi Kappa Tau, vice-president and secretary
CHESTER RIDDLE, Education . . . Madisonville
LAWRENCE R. RIDDLE, Commerce . . Bnechcl
Sigma Nu, Phi Eta Signing Arnold Air Society, treasurer, Seah-
bard Gr Blade, IFC, Phalanx, Beta Gamma Signmg Alumni
Exesutive Committee Representative, Distinguished Military
BILLY RIDGWAY, Ag.6z Home Ec . . . Wilmorc
Farm Houseg Dairy Club, Cattle Judging Team
DICK RILEY, Ag.i5z Home Ee ..... Kuttawa
240 Committee, Dairy Club, Block 61 Bridle
RAY J. RILEY, Engineering . . St. Petersburg, Fla.
JOHN S. RINEHART, Commerce . . Louisville
Sigma Chi, Phalanx
DON RISCI-I, Engineering . . .
Sigma Nug A.S.M.E.
GEORGE RISHELL, Ag.8i Home Ee . . Winchester
. Ft. Thomas
EDYTHE C. RITCHIE, Education . . Tina
LUTHER RITCHIE, Education . . Talcum
INA E. ROBERTS, A.6z S. . . . Somerset
JOHN ROBERTS, Commerce . . Paducah
Delta sigma Pi K
B. T. ROBERTSON, Ag.6z Home Ec . . English
Farmhouse, Agronomy Club
JOHN ROBERTSON, Ag.8z Home Ee . . . English
Farm I-Iousc, president, SGAQ Dairy Club, IFC, Scabbard 8:
Blade, Agronomy Club
MARY K. ROBINSON, A431 S ..... Nicholasville
YWCA, Social Work Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Outing Club
ALDEN RODGERS, A.8zS .... Nashville, Tenn.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, president, IFC
STEELY A. RODGERS, Pharmacy . . . Corbin
APhA, president, Kappa Psi, president
DYER RODES, Ag.5z Home EC . . Lexington
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
-RUBY E. ROE, Education ..... . . Paris
LOIS ROMANOWITZ, A.6z S ...... Lexington
Igiitppa Delta, Pitkin Club, Mortar Board, secretary, Mixed
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ELIZABETH ROSS, Education .... Louisville
Chi Omega, treasurer, Cwens, Chi Delta Phi, secretary, Patt
Hall, secretary and treasurer
ASA M. ROUSE, Law ........ Walton
Phi Delta Phi, Student Bar Association, student counsel,
BARBARA ROUTT, Education . . . Nicholasville
Kappa Kappa Gamma, FTA, League of Women Voters, YWCA
GAYLE ROYCE, A.8zS ...... Carrollton, Ky.
Kappa Kappa Gamma
JACK ROYCE, A.8aS. . . Sanders
EDWARD M. RUE, A.8zS ....... Danville
Band, Debate Team, president, Patterson Literary Society, sec-
retary, Newman Club
JOE RUST, Ag.8z Home Ec ....... Butler
Farmhouse, Dairy Club, president, Block 6: Bridle, Alpha Zeta,
scribe, Newman Club
JEAN SAILE, Ag.8z Home Ee . . Batavia, N. Y.
Block 8: Bridle, 4-H, WAA
RUTH SANDNER, A.5zS ...... Ft. Thomas
Delta Delta Delta, scholarship chairman, Mortar Board, Coffee
Chat, chairman, Student Union Board, treasurer, English Club,
president, YWCA, Phi Sigma Kappa Moonlight Girl, Book of
Month Club, Phi Beta
JEAN SANDERS, Commerce . . Harrodsburg
ORBY R. SANDERS, Engineering . . Pikeville
LOLA J. SANDUSKY, Education . . . Lexington
Kappa Delta, Panhellenic, Young Republican Club, WAA
CHARLES W. SAWYER, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Albany
ROBERT SCHERER, Commerce .... Louisville
Phi Delta Theta, president and treasurer, Varsity Tennis, IFC?
Distinguished Military Student
HAROLD I... SCHNIALHAUSEN,
Pharmacy . . . Olney, Ill.
Kappan Psi, APhA
ARNOLD SCHNEIDER, Commerce . New York, N. Y-
GEORGE D. SCHRADER, Commerce . . Lexington
Phi Sigma Kappa, Delta Sigma Pi, vice-president, Phalanx,
treasurer, Patterson Literary Society, Alpha Phi Omega?
YMCA, Student Bar Association
JOYCE SCURLOCK, Education . Portsmouth, Ol1i0
Delta Delta Delta
CHARLES SEITHERS, Ag.lSz Home Ee . Flemingsburg
JACQUELINE SENTERS, A.8z S. . . . Corbin
M.E.N.C., Phi Beta, Orchestra
LLOYD V. SHAWLER, Ag.5z Home Ec . Cox's Creek
JAMES SHELTON, Ag.8z Home Ec . Inkster, Mich.
Alpha Gamma Rho
WILLIAM D. SHELTON, Pharmacy . Williamsburg
Kappa Psig APhA
LEILA SHERMAN, A.6z S .......
Canterbury Clubg English Club, secretaryg Guignol Playersg
Mixed Chorusg Dutch Lunch Clubg Cosmopolitan Club, Inter-
faith Councilg Scabbard B: Blade Sponsor
ORMAN E. SHEWMAKER, A.8z S ....
Phi Kappa Tau
CHARLES SHINNICK, Commerce . . Evanston, Ill.
Sigma Phi Epsilong Newman Club
Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Princeton
Home Economics Clubg 4-Hg BSUg House President's Council
WALTER C. SHUBERT, Engineering . . . Jenkins
Triangleg Arnold Air Society, Pi Tau Sigmag A.S.M.E.
PAUL M. SIMON, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Georgetown
ROY D. SIMS, Ag.8z Home Ec .... Jamestown
Farmhouseg Dairy Clubg Block 6: Bridleg Products Judging
Team, 240 Committee
RAY SISK, A.8z S .......... Lexington
Pershing Rifles, warrant officer, Arnold Air Societyg Air Force
JOAN SKAGGS, Law ........ Russell
Newman Club, Student Bar Associationg League of Women
Voters 5 Pitkin Club
GERALD SLUSHER, Engineering . . London
Lambda Chi Alpha
DONALD E. SLONE, Commerce . . . Lexington
Sigma Phi Epsilon
LUTHER H. SMALL, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Lovely
DON SMITH, A.6z S. . . . Anchorage
Phi Delta Thetag Golf Team
JAMES B. SMITH, Ag.6z Home Ec . . . . Paris
LORENDZ SMITH, IR., Ag.8z Home Ee . Lexington
Alpha Gamma Rhog Troupersg BSUg Outing Club
MADGE SMITH, Ag.8z Home EC . . . ROClCl'10ld
CAROL M. SMITH, A.8z S ....... Flora, Ill.
Kappa Kappa Gnmmag League of Women Votersg Psychology
Clubg Sociology Club
EDWIN DOYAL SNIDER, Pharmacy . . Anchorage
Phi Delta Chig APhA
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JEANETTE SNIDOW, AAS: S. . . Princeton, W. Va.
Kappa Kappa Gamma, League of Women Voters, WAA
WILLIAM SNYDER, A.8r S ...... Frankfort
Kappa Sigma, IFC, Phi Eta Sigma
JUDITH SONNABEND, Education . Newark, N. I.
Phi Sigma Sigma, Hillel Foundation, FTA, WAA
VENA M. SOUTHWOOD, Education . . Monticello
Kappa Delta Pi, BSU, FTA
DAVID SPAETH, Ag.6r Home Ec . . . Big Clifty
EDWIN G. SPALDING, Pharmacy . . Okolona
WILLIAM L. SPOO, JR., Pharmacy . . Louisville
RALPH G. SPROSTON, Engineering . Catlettsburg
'g:'i1ubBeta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, A.I.E.E., I.R.E., Radio Amateur
DAN W. STAFFORD, A.6z S. ..... Wurtland
giinlrbda Chi Alpha, assistant pledge master, YMCA, English
KENNETH D. STAHL,
Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Bowling Green
Farmhouse, 4-H, Dairy Club, Agronomy Club
JUNIUS STAPP,Ag.8z Home Ee . , . . Jamestown
LAWRENCE M. STAMPER, A.8z S. . . Lexington
LAUREL STATHAM, A.8zS .... . Lexington
Pi Kappa Alpha
MARILYN STEELE, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Lexington
Alpha Xi Delta, president, Panhcllenic, Mortar Board, Cwcns,
YWCA, SGA, Phi Upsilon Omicrong Pitkin Club, Home Eco-
nomics Club, Outing Club, Mlle' College Board, YWCA Cabi-
net, Ag. 6: Home Ee. Council
ROBERT H. STEILBERG, A.8z S. . , Louisville
Theta Xi, Canterbury Club
GARNETT L. STEPHENS, Education . . Cynthiana
FTA, Mathematics Club
HELEN M. STEPHENS, Ag.8z Home Ee . Bloomfield
Home Economics Club, BSU, 4-H, FTA, 240 Committee
GERALD L. STEVENS, Engineering . Birdseye, Ind.
ROBERT T. STEVENS, Ag.8z Home Ec . Maysville
Lambda Chi Alpha, Scabbard 61 Blade
JAMES R. STEWART, Engineering .... Loyall
Sigma Gamma Epsilon, secretary and treasurer, A.I.M.E., Nor-
wood Society, secretary, Student Affiliate Kentucky Mining
PAUL R. STIGALL, A.z'Sz S. . . Louisville
RUTH STILZ, Education ...... Louisville
Alpha Gamma Deltag WAA, Blue Marlins, Outing Club,
Cwensg Alpha Lambda Deltag Troupers
CHARLES STINNETT, A.6z S . . Wickleffe
KENNETH STOLL, A.6z S. . . Louisville
Delta Tau Delta
BARBARA STORM, A.8z S. . . Lexington
Delta Delta Delta
GUS STORY, Commerce . . . Paducah
Chamber of Commerce
MARY STRODE, A.8z S. . . Maysville
Kappa Alpha Theta
CHARLES W. STURGEON, Engineering . Louisville
DON S. STURGILL, Law . . .
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
A.S.C.E., Tau Beta Pi
LEALAND SULLIVAN, A.8z S. .
Kernel Staff, Political Science Club
FAY SUMPTER, Ag.8r Home Ec
. . . Lexington
4-H' Home Economics Cluhg Pitkin Club! Phi llpsilong West-
minster Fellowship, vice-president
SUZANNE SWAYZE, Education .
Charleston, W. Va.
Alpha Xi Delta, social chairman, FTA, Kernal Staff, Newman
Clubg House I'resident's Council, Clique
ANNETTE TAYLOR, Education .
CAROLYN TAYLOR, Education .
. . Columbia
. . Mt. Sterling
Kappa Delta, FTA, League of Women Votcrsg Pitkin Club,
YWCA, Dutch Lunch Club
FRANCES H. TAYLOR, A.8zS ..... Cynthiana
Kappa Delta, WAAg SUB Committeeg Pitkin Clubg Outing
Club, League of Women Voters
GEORGE W. TAYLOR, Pharmacy . . Louisville
Phi Delta Chi, APhAg Senior Class, treasurer
JOHN TAYLOR, Ag.8z Home Ec .... Lexington
Sigma PhilEpsilon, vice-president, Swimming Team, fagronomy
Club, president and reporterg Block 8: Bridle, marsha
N. POWELL TAYLOR, Commerce
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, social chairmang
ASPASIA TAVLARIDON, A.8z S. .
ARNOLD TEWELL, Commerce .
IO ANNE THOMAS, A.6z S. . .
Phi Beta, president, Choristers
. . . Lexington
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ETHEL E. THOMPSON, Commerce . . Feds Creek
JOAN THOMPSON, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Bardstown
Phi Upsilon Omicron, 4-H
RAYMOND L. THOMPSON, Engineering . Lexington
Pi Kappa Alpha, social chairman, Tau Beta Pi, Lamp dz CroSS5
Shi Sigma, IFC, Arnold Air Society, Scabbard 8: Blade?
RICHARD A. THOMPSON, Pharmacy . . Louisville
HAROLD W. THURMAN, Ag.8r Home Ec . . Island
THOMAS J. TIMMONS, Engineering . . . Buecliel
Phi Sigma Kappa, A.S.C.E., Scabbard 6: Blade
VIRGINIA TODD, A.8zS ..... Ft. Meade, Md-
Kappa Alpha Theta, YWCA, Outing Club, Blue Marlins, Stu-
dent Union Board
LOU TOOMBS, Education .... Dayton, Ohi0
Kappa Delta, president, SuKy, FTA, Panhellenic, WAA
GLORIA TRAVIS, A.8z S ...... . Lexington
Phi Sigma Sigma, Hillel Foundation, Panhellenic, YWCA
DORIS TROSSKY, A.8c S ........ Lynch
Alpha Delta Pi, president, Newman Club, League of Women
Voters, Glee Club, WAA
JOHN J. TRIBELL, Law ..... Middlesbow
WILLIAM S. TRIBELL, Law . . . Middlcsbor0
JANE TRUITT, Commerce ..... Morganfield
Kappa Kappa Gamma, SGA, Chamber of Commerce, C0500
Chat, WAA League of Women Voters
TANEKO TSUBAKI, A.5z S ..... Hilo, Hawaii
BSU, Troupers, Cosmopolitan Club
MARY H. TUCKER, .Education ..... Harlan
Kappa Delta, editor, Activities Club, Outing Club, FTA?
Young Republican Club, English Club
JOE T. TURPIN, Aga mme Ee .... Richmond
Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta, Block 8: Bridle
WILLIAM D. TURPIN, Commerce . . . Ashland
Alpha Tau Omega
JOAN VAN BEBER, Education . . Corbin
Delta Zeta, WAA, FTA
JANE VENABLE, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Winchester
Home Economics Club
FRANCES VANCE, A.6z S ....... Louisvill6
Kappa Kappa Gamma, secretary and treasurer, English Club?
goffee Chat, Canterbury Club, League of Women Voters'
PRELL VICKERS, A.6z S .... Williamson, W. Va.
JOHN VAUGHAN, Engineering . . . Prestonsburg
Kentucky Mining Institute, vice-president, A.I.M.E.
JOSEPH VVAGGENER, A.6z S. . .... Dixon
DOT WALDON, Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Kevil
FRANCES C. WALKER, A.8z S. . . Burkcsville
BSU, Proyor Pre-Med
RICHARD WALKER, A.8z S ..... Drakesboro
Shi M5 A,lpha, Phalanx, YMCA Cabinet, Band, Mixed Chorus
WELLINGTON E. WALKER, A.8z S. . . Owenton
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Phi Sigma, American Chemical So-
WILLIAM R. WALKER, Pharmacy . . Anchorage
Phi Delta Chi, APhA, Senior Class, vice-president
JAY WALLACE, Commerce .... . Carrollton
Sigma Nu, Southeastern Conference Spiked Shoe Society, presi-
dent, Track Team, captain, Spiked Shoe Society, president,
K-Club, Cross Country Team, captain, Vets Club, IFC, Spiked
Shoe Relays, manager, Alma Magna Mater, president, Com-
merce Employment Association, vice-president
JOYCE WALLINGFORD, A.8z S. . . Maysville
Delta Delta Delta
MARTIN . WALSH, A.8z S. . . Lexington
ALLIE M. WALTON, Education . . West Liberty
JOHN WALTON, Ag.8z Home Ec . . . Burlington
Alpha Gamma Rho, 4-H, Block :Sz Bridle
MARGARET WANLESS, Ag.8z Home Ec . Louisville
Alpha Gamma Delta, Patt Hall Student Counselor, League of
Women Voters, Home Economics Club
TEDDIE WARD, Commerce ..... Hartford
Delta Sigma Phi, Beta Alpha Xi, Scabbard 6: Blade, College
Chamber of Commerce
WILLIAM WASH, Ag.6z Home Ee . . Lawrenceburg
Farmhouse, 240 Committee, 4-H, Dairy Club, IFC
SHELLY WATSON, Commerce . . . Madisonville
Sigma Nu, corresponding secretary, YMCA, Chamber of Com-
merce, Commerce Employment Association, Wesley Foundation
GEORGE WEEKS, Engineering . . Water Valley
TOM WEIDE, A.8rS ...... New Castle, Pa.
'grafjk Team, Cross Country, Cosmopolitan Club, Psychology
LAWRENCE L. WEIER, Law ..... Newport
Delta Tau Delta, treasurer, Scabbard 8: Blade, Student Bar
HERSHEL WEINBERG, Pharmacy . . Louisville
Alpha Zeta Omega, APhA
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HAROLD WELLS, A.8z S ........ Hazard
Lambda Chi Alpha
ANNETTE WESTERMAN, Ag.8z Home Ee . Ludlow
Home Economies Clubg Mixed Chorusg Pitkin Clubg Phi Up-
MARY WI-IARTON, Education . . . Lexington
Kappa Kappa Gamma
EARL WHEAT, Commerce . . . Frankfort
PEGGY WHEELER, Ag.8r Home Ee . . Paintsville
Alpha Delta Pig SUB Cemmitteeg Home Economies Club?
MARGERY WI-IISENANT, A.6zS ....
JOAN WHITE, Education . . .
Kappa Deltag WAAg Mixed Chorus, Coffee Chatg
FTAg House Presiclent's Council
ROBERT G. WIIITE, Engineering . . .
Arnold Air Societyg Eta Kappa Nug A.I.E.E.
. . . Manchester
BSUQ YMCA, Commerce Employment Assoeiatio
RONALD WHITE, Commerce .
RALPH E. WHITEI-IEAD, Pharmacy . . Louisville
Phi Delta cm, APhAg sigma Pi sigma
JAMES WHITIS, Commerce .... . Dabney
FRANK D. WHITNEY, Engineering . . . Sebrco
JEANNE WHITWORTI-I, Ag.8lIiOH1CEC . Shelbyville
Home Economics Club
BYRON WILBOURN, Pharmacy .
Phi Delta Chig Rho Chig APhA
JACK WILHOIT, A.8z S ....
Pi Kappa Alphag Pryor Pre-Med
LOUISE WILHITE, Ag.8r Home Ee
SuKyg Home Economies Club
DALE WILLIAMS, Engineering . .
FIELDING WILLIAMS, Ag.6z Home Ee .
Alpha Zetag BSU
I-IELEN WILLIAMS, Education .
MARY WILLIAMS, Ag.8z Home Ec
Alpha Gamma Delta, vice-president and rush chair
Dutch Lunch Clubg Panhellenie, presidentg YWCA
. Kingsport, Tenn-
DON WILLIAMSON, Commerce . . . Louisville
Kappa Alpha, Scabbard 8: Blade, Chamber of Commerce
ERNESTINE WILLIAMSON, Education . . Phyllis
JAMES D. WILLIS, Ag.6r Home Ee . . Waynesburg
LEONARD M. WILLS, Ag.8z Home Ee . Mt. Sterling
Alpha Gamma Rho, Pershing Rifles, Band, Horticulture Club
DONALD D. Wilson, A.8zS ...... Covington
Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Chi Sigma, Band
LOIS WILSON, Education ..... Owensboro
WAA, FTA, Philosophy Club
LOUISE WILSON, Ag.8z Home Ee .... Liberty
FTAelHIome Economies Club, 240 Committee, Young Republi-
MARILYN L. WILSON, Education . . Covington
SuKy, YWCA, BSU, WAA, FTA
WILLARD E. WILSON, Pharmacy . . Corbin
Kappa Psi, APhA
VERNON WINKLE, Pharmacy .... Owenton
Kappa Psi, Rho Chi, secretary and treasurer, APhA, vice-
RHODA WINN, A.6z S ......... Irvine
Phi Beta, Mixed Chorus, Orchestra, M.E.N.C.
VVILLIAM R. WINTERSOLE, A.8z S. . . Newport
Sigma Nu, Phi Mu Alpha, Guignol, WHAS, music, radio and
television productions, Troupers
JACK L. WISE, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Georgetown
Alpha Gamma Rho, Block 81 Bridle
DANIEL H. WISH, Commerce .... Lexington
- Beta Sigma Rho, president, Intramural Sports
CHARLES WITTEN, Ag.8z Home Ec . . Upton
Dairy Club, 240 Committee
JACK WOODHOUSE, A.8z S. . . . . Versailles
Eta Sigma Phi, president
WILLIAM C. WOODROW, Ag.8z Home Ec . Buechel
GEORGE WOMBWELL, Commerce . . Lexington
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
JOE J. WOJTOWICZ, Engineering . Warren, Ohio
Phi Sigma Kappa
PAUL C. WRIGHT, Engineering . . Spring Station
Tau Beta Pi, A.S.G.E.
PAUL L. WRIGHT, Engineering .... Jenkins
Tau Kappa Epsilon, president, Fencing Team, I.F.C., A.I.E.E.
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CHARLES G. WYLIE, AJS: S. .
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Agronomy Club ........,....,..
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Alpha Phi Omega ..,...,,. ......,.
Alpha Zeta ......,.....,........ .....t..
Arnold Air Society .,......,. ..,.....
Baptist Student Union ........ .,..
Beta Alpha Psi .,....,..,... ....
Block Sz Bridle ..,..
Blue Marlins .,.....,....,.... ........
Canterbury Club ....,......,..............
Chamber of Commerce
Chorlsters ........................ ..,.....
Civil Engineers .........
Concert Band .......,
Dairy Club .,.....,....,........,............
Delta Sigma Pi ............................
Disciples of Student Fellowship..
Electrical Engineers ..........,.,,......
Engineering Student Council ...,
Eta Kappa Nu ...........,........,........,
4-H Club ,.,..............,..,.........,.......
Freshman Y ....,,........,.,.. .....,..
Hillel Foundation .......,.... ,..,....
Home Economics Club ..,...., ....
House Presidents Council .,....,..,
Interfraternity Council ..,...,..,....,,
K-Book .............,,.,...........,. ,,......
Kappa Psi ,..,................... ........
Kentucky Engineer .......... .....,,.
Kentucky Law Journal ...,.........n..
Keys ,,.,..,,.,...,,.,..,.....,........ ..,...,.
Lamp 8z Cross ,...........,.. ........
Lances .......,.....,................. .......
Mechanical Engineers ,.,.............
Men's Glee Club ,...........,.. .......
Mixed Chorus .,....,..,..... .......
Mortar Board .,...... ..
Newman Club ,...,.......,.. .......
Norwood Society ,..,..,........ .....,.
Omicron Delta Kappa ......,.........
Outing Club ....,..,.....,......, .,.....
Panhellenic Council ....................
Patterson Literary Society ..........
Pershing Rifles ..,..,..,..,........,.........
Phalanx ...............,...,...,..,., ..,...,
Phi Beta .......i...... .....,.
Phi Delta Chi ...... ,,..,..
Phi Eta Sigma .....,,,,,., .,,,,,,
Phi Mu Alpha .....,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,
Phi Upsilon Omicron ....... ....
Pi Tau Sigma ..,.,..,.,.,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,
Pryor Pre-Med Society ......,.. ..,.
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Student Government Association
Student Union Board ,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,4,
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YMCA ...,..,,,.,,,4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,
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Women's Glee Club ......... .,.....
Women's Residences ,...... .......
Alpha Delta Pi .,........
Alpha Gamma Delta ....... .........
Alpha Xi Delta ............ .........
Chi Omega ..............
Delta Delta Delta ........ .........
Delta Zeta ................
Hamilton House .......... .........
Kappa Alpha Theta ....... .........
Kappa Delta ...........,..
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Phi Sigma Sigma ..,.....,.... ,........
Zeta Tau Alpha ....,.....
Alpha Gamma Rho ......... .........
Alpha Sigma Phi ......,.
Alpha Tau Omega ...,
Delta Tau Delta ......
Farm House ........4
Kappa Alpha ...........
Kappa Sigma ........,.....
Lambda Chi Alpha .......
Phi Delta Theta ........
Phi Kappa Tau .......
Phi Sigma Kappa ......
Pi Kappa Alpha ,............
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Chi ........,............
Sigma Nu ....................
Sigma Phi Epsilon ..,....
Tau Kappa Epsilon .......
Zeta Beta Tau .........
Or THE END of many long, hard hours that
were spent in producing this yearbook for the
class of 1953.
In looking through a yearbook one seldom
realizes the countless hours, even days and
nights, of work and planning done by the staff.
Yet a staff, seeing its book moving out to take
its place along side a half century of shelved
Kentuckians, does not regret a single hour in-
vested in the job. Hard work it was-yes-but
This year we switched to a new style of print-
ing-offset printing, which permits the use of
more pictures and a more varied layout. This
transition, plus having only a small staff, had all
of us on the ropes more than once, but we rallied
and came back for more. And here we are, still
Those of the editorial staff whom I especially
wish to thank for the excellent work and long
hours they contributed are:
jim Perry, who planned the dummy and drew
the cartoons, Kaki Edwards, who did all of the
final paste-ups. Jim and Kaki spent practically
all of their spare time, including vacations, work-
ing on the annual.
Betty Io Martin and Rae Harris did a marvel-
ous job in writing all of the organizational copy.
Jean Skinner, Reggie Marshall, and Bob Powell
worked diligently in mounting all of the Greek
and senior individual pictures.
There are many other people besides these
staff members who contributed to this annual
and we wish to sincerely thank all of them.
The one person who especially contributed to
this yearbook was Mr. Charles D. Mitchell, own-
er of the Kentucky Engraving Company which
produced the offset plates for the 1953 Ken-
Mr. Mitchell spent many hours working with
us. He was invaluable in showing us how to
do many things-how to layout pages to obtain
the best appeal and balance, how to crop pic-
tures, do final paste-ups, and many other jobs.
Dr. Niel Plummer, our advisor, was a con-
stant source of help. He handled many of our
problems and read proof on the book.
Our thanks to Mr. Don Grote and the printing
plant are found in the publications section of
And thanks to all of the many students who
helped make this book a success. We sincerely
hope you like the 1953 Kentuckian-it is your
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