University of Louisville Arts and Sciences - Thoroughbred Yearbook (Louisville, KY)

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Thowugltlmeb 1952 An annual publication of the University of Louisville located in the city of Louisville, Kentucky. Editor-in-Claz'ef .................................... NORMA JEAN RIDGWAY Bzm'neu Manager .............................................. DON ROMANS 'l'l-IE . THOROUGHBRED ll HE THOROUGHBRED depicts in words and pictures our life at the University of Louisville. With pride in the University Family, which consists of the administra- tion, faculty, students and the community, we have worked together to make the University of Louisville one of the leading universities in the south. The University, as it is today, is deserving of this revered place in our hearts due to its accomplishments which are well known throughout the nation. It is respected for its academic standards, famous for its athletic honors, and holds an enviable place among the professional schools in the nation. The students, however, have more than these things to remember about our University. Some of the less important events seem to acquire more importance as we think of finishing our college career. In future years, we will continue to appreciate the friends with whom we have shared Our college days. The numerous opportunities for student participation in the activities of the University have made our role in the University Family more meaningful. We will remember the thrill. of anticipation before that extra special dance, the greetings on Howdy Walk, the ovet-crowded open houses, the hoarse voices after the big games, and the all night gab sessions, not to mention the late hours of studying before the fatal exam week. Words and pictures cannot be expected to recall all the typical col- legiate activities or to recapture for us all the laughter and joys experienced individually during our years at the University of Louisville. Yet it is our wish that in years to come this book will help us to recall. the memorable days of the university life during the school year of 1951 and 1952. 34 M f; $3.; 414;! "v w , College of Art; and Science: School of Dentixtry Divixidn of Adult Education I Kent School of Social Work CONTENTS Page Dedication ................................................................................ 6 President .................................................................................. 8 Administration .......................................................................... 10 Board of Trustees ...................................................................... 11 Campus Highlights .................................................................. 13 Campus Personalities ................................................................. 33 Drama ...................................................................................... 43 Publications .............................................................................. 47 University Organizations and Honoraries .................................. 55 Sports ...................................................................................... 73 Greeks ...................................................................................... 96 College of Arts and Sciences ................................................... 136 School of Dentistry .................................................................. 174 Division of Adult Education ...................................................... 190 Kent School of Social Work ...................................................... 194 School of Law .......................................................................... 198 School of Medicine ................................................................... 210 School of Music ........................................................................ 232 Speed Scientific School .............................................................. 240 Advertisements ......................................................................... 254 L $21,501 of tau; School of Medicine School of Mmic Speed ScientMc School With the deepest appreciation and an immeasurable amount of gratitude, we dedicate the 1952 Thoroughbred to Hilda Threlkeld and Morton Walker. The students who have been at the University of Louis- ville during the past few years will long remember their friendly invitations to relax in those famous iited leather chairs" for an afternoon chat, their Welcomed presence at the many student meetings though their schedules were already over-loaded for the day, their warm greetings at the many dances and social events during the year, but, most of all, the students will never forget their interest and understanding for each individual student who was a part of the University. . It is with sincere hope that the future years will find both Hilda Threlkeld and Morton Walker at the University of Louisville. H ilda Tbrelkeld Morton Walker Hilda Thtelkeld, Dean of Women, is admired by all the women students of the University for her active interest in promoting the education of women. Many of us have heard her favorite slogan, "Remember, when you educate a woman, you also educate a family!" Though she also has the responsibilities of being the Acting Head of the Department of Education and is active in several large national organizations, Dean Threlkeld has done more than her share for the University of Louisville. Dr. Hilda Threlkeld received her A.B. from Transylvania College, M.A. from the University of Kentucky, Ph.D. from Columbia University and LLD. from Transylvania College. Morton Walker left his duties as Dean of Men during this year to become Assistant to the President. David Lawrence, the present Dean of Men, has readily assumed the respon- sibilities which had long been a part of Mr. Walker's daily life. Morton Walker will long be remembered for his most pleasant personality, his interest in the students and his constant work to make the University of Louisville an even more desirable place for the students. The men stu- dents have many times been given this word of wisdom by Mr. Walker, "Without work, there is no real successli' Mr. Walker received his AB. and MA. from the Uni- versity of Kentucky and has done graduate work at the University of California. DR. PHILIP G. DAVIDSON During his first year as President of the University of Louis- ville, Dr. Philip G. Davidson won the hearts of the students, faculty and community with his friendly manner and his sin- cere interest in the University Family. Dr. Davidson left his position as Provost of Vanderbilt University to accept his present position. He has also been Dean of Graduate School and Senior College at Vanderbilt since 1942. Graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1922 with a BS. degree with honors, President Davidson went to the Uni- versity of Chicago where he received his MA. and Ph.D. He has taught in the Mississippi county high schools, University of Illinois, and Agnes Scott College. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Albert Beveridge Fund Committee of the American Historical Association, Norton Inhrmaty Psychiatric Council, Board of Directors of the Louis- ville Philharmonic Society, Air University Library Advisory Board, Executive Committee of the Department of Higher Education of the National Education Association, Committee on Research and Creative Activity of the Southern University Conference, and the Committee on Faculty Research Grants of the Social Science Research Council. ADMINISTRATION Fin; mw: Mr. John M. Houchens, Registrar; Miss Evelyn Schneider, University Librarian. Second r01 Mr. C. P. Dunbar, Director of Institu- tional Services; Mr. Norbert Elbert, Chief Accountant. Tbixrd row: Miss Ruth L. Koch, Cashier; Mr. Les Shively, Director of Alumni Relations. Not pictured: Hilda Threlkeld, Dean of Women; Dave Lawrence, Dean of Men; Samuel J. Anderson, M.D., Uni- versity Physician; Captain Graham C. Gill, Commanding Offlcer of NROTC Unit; Major Hugh Ray, Commandant of AFROTC Cadets; William F. Braasch, JL, Director of Field Relations and Placement; Rollin E. Godfrey, Director of Test Bureau. BOARD? or f TRUSTEES, x j The Board of Trustees of the University of Louisville is composed of ten prom- inent members of the community. Members of the Board are nominated by the Mayor of the City of Louisville and are approved by the Board of Alder- men. During the regular monthly meet- ings of the Board of Trustees, the poli- cies of the University of Louisville are determined. Member! Term Expire: Robert T. Burke, Secretary ........ March, 1952 Lee P. Miller, Vice-Chairman....March, 1952 Henry Y. OfTutt, Jr ................... March, 1954 Paul R. MacLean ........................ March, 1954 Edward J. Miller ........................ March, 1956 Eli H. Brown, 111 ...................... March, 1956 Rogers C. B. Morton .................. March, 1958 Wilson W. Wyatt, Chairman....March, 1958 Miss Adele Brandeis .................. March, 1960 Dr. Oscar 0. Miller .................... March, 1960 Seated left to right: Francis Hopper, School of Music Faculty; Morton Walker, Assistant to the President, Miss Adele Brandeis, Rog- ers C. B. Morton, Philip G. Davidson, Wil- son W. Wyatt, Eli H. Brown, III, Robert T. Burke, Lee P. Miller, Edward J. Miller, Miss Eleanor Turner, Secretary to the Presi- dent. IN SEPTEMBER, When the lengthening shadows stole across the campus, new fresh- men arrived with anxious laughter While tired seniors worried about the forthcoming graduation. Again, that golden air of ex- pectancy pervaded the University of Louis- ville as another school year began. Sweaters, skirts and the crackling of autumn leaves beneath scuffed strollers marked this beginning as the familiar registration lines formed. Some students have passed, some have failed, but all students have registered! Thick books foretelling long hours of study- ing were purchased and then to class where everyone vied for the seat in the back row, moaned over the preview of the semesterts assignments, and soon realized that come rain or come shine the next few months had been well planned out. As LONG AS POSSIBLE, students take advantage of the sunny fall days during their in between class breaks for that last minute look at the book or a friendly chat. The highlight of the year way the impreuive inauguration of am Prexidmt, Dr. Philip G. Dzwidxon. The new head of the Univemity Family wax formally welcomed hy the .rtmientx, faculty and the community during the ceremony in his honor at the Memorial Auditorium. Friday noon way alway: rexewed for pep rallies where the U. N. Day um celehrated hy 60711I0 zmd afterward the Jtudent: cheerleaders literally knocked themxelve: out arousing school piled on a Ihtrtjl real fire engine to roar through the city pro- .rpz'rit. claiming the Univerxz'ty of Louisvillelr international :pz'rt't. L WV; h r 5'11. 3t 1, 33?. h , 1 s1. x M"; Oh. hi I! u -. r . EACH YEAR through the Interna- tional Center and Student Exchange Program the students of the Univer- sity of Louisville actively participate in international relations. The ustu- dent ambassadors" who went abroad last year were: Heft to rigth Doris Schott, Ronald Mather, Ruth Uebele, Bernd Silver, Martha McIntosh, Ben Pence, Ruth Schimpler, Bill Mitchell. The International Relations Club, open to all students, provides weekly programs of world interest to promote international knowl- edge, understanding, and good will. The officers are: President ................ Ronald Myles Vice-Preside7zt..Florence Saltzman Secretary .................. Judy Shelton Treamrer .............. David Driscoll Faculty Adwlror Dr. Paul Angiolillo NOVEL PARTIES, hearty handshakes and perplexed freshmen are sure signs that fraternity and sorority rush has begun. Friendliness is the watchword of the fraternal grOups while the rushees vacillate between impressing and being impressed. It is not with-a small sigh of relief, however, When the day of decision arrives and each new pledge proudly receives his or her official pin. Kite" A favorite .rocz'al event of all tlae campy: groap; i5 tbe overcrowded but congenial open 1902159 where, according to tloe Campy; Caper; Column in the Cardinal, "a good time wax bad by 41V! Hobo picniw, gay ninety partial, and Mg-of-wm' outing: are just 4 few of tlae Campy; event! at- tended by the Judents tbrongbout tloe year. T196 most popular, however, seem; to M the costume party wlaere anyone from Frankenstein to H uakle- berry Finn might put in 192': appearance. STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTION DAY, as usual, found the campus flooded with colorful posters, free lemonade, and high-preSSure sales- men. The result was many he- witched, bothered, and bewildered coeds. A walk M the gym on a pretty day will reveal athletes actually enjoy- ing "warming tlae bencW-mbattle scar: and all. The old Hone wall on Sbipp Street i: one of the favorite meeting place; for all student; during their free hours on campm. THE SOUTHERN POLICE INSTITUTE, a regional training school for command- ing and supervising police oHicers, orig- inated on Belknap Campus in July 1950. David A. McCandless is the Director of the school which offers a certificate in Police Science and Ad- ministration. Tbe bmtlz'ng energy in tbe Snack Bar is converted into Jilent indmtry in the library. A LARGE MAJORITY of the University of Louisville students commute from home to school by means of cars, busses, thumb or smile. Mcmy Itudemx, however, do live in the dormitoriex anal rely on Uncle Samiv mail Jyxtem for their contact witb home. EXAM WEEK A mad :cmmble to finish term papers. . . Joint abmrption of knowledge and nourishment. . . w; ' h The perplexing decipben'ng 0f the 15ml remit. . . nematomrrssi'ivmi h Sn w r 4 19 , W's, h mmmw-gg n 2 . 3 i On a chilly Novemhw 17th, the University of Louisville fam cheered the football team to 4 Homecoming victory of 14-7 over Wmhington and Lee. During the halftime, the Homecoming Queen, Oneida Garden, received the traditional red rose: from Dr. Davidson. THE 1951 HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES included the tra- ditional parade through the city and the pep rally staged around the bonfire on campus early Friday night. The pep rally was followed by a Donut Dance given in the rotunda of the Administration Building. This dance, an added event to the usual activities, was sponsored by Mortar Board and Omicron Delta Kappa and provided free music and refresh- ments. Early Saturday morning, all fraternity and sorority houses were decorated in honor of Homecoming. The big game was enjoyed by many during the afternoon and was followed by the 1951 Homecoming Dance at the Madrid on Saturday night. k UppereKappa Delta really got the horseshoe of roses as the Hrst place Winner in the women's competition with their "Bet on 3. Sure Thing -U of L" LowereThe Chi Omegais came 'falling' in second place with their "Bum 'em up, Smoke 'em out, Leave iem smouldering". i".fgom'ECoMmdEsnvnms UpperuThe Eagle and Anchor Society copped the first place trophy in the menis groups with their mechanical interpretation of " Generally, speakingeOId soldiers get it in the end". L0wer-Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity came idragon' in second with their monstrous animal and their slogan, iiWeire dragon Washington and Lee,' AFTER STAYING UP all night hammering, painting, and adding the last minute touches, members of the various organizations on campus proudly displayed their colorful productions in the Homecoming Parade and House Decorations. No one envied the judges position of choosing the Winners but the pep and fun involved in the weekendis activities well compensated for any unwori trophy. ppere-Sigma Kappa Sorority worked themselves into a big nough hlathet" to win first place honors in the womenhs groups. owerePi Beta Phi ensnared the second place trophy in their .pider web. E - me N m3 : ,3? THE HOMECOMING DANCE climaxed another an- nual celebration to welcome the alumni of the University of Louisville. During the dance, the happy winners re- ceived their trophies for their contributions to this yeafs Homecoming Festivities. UpperePhi Kappa Tau "pestered" themselves into first place posi- tion in the men's groups. LowereLambda Chi Alpha sailed off With the second place trophy. A rextful break between energetic dances are frequent during the many dance; of a college year. Holidays always jimi the Jocial calendar crammed with partiex. The gooxe got 20059 but this was during the wrong mason. . opmme or 'I'HE . BASKETBALL SEASON The greatest of all basketball seasons at the University of Louisville began on December 1, 1951 When the Cardinals defeated Kentucky Wesleyan at the Armory and ended with a bid to participate in the N. I. T. in New York. A SEEMING PARADOX is the cooperative competition manifested in many campus events. The partici- pants cooperate not only within their individual groups in the effort to win but also with their competitors to make the activities of the University a success. Some such events are Fryberger Sing, the Barbershop and Beautyshop Quartet Contest, the Ugliest Man and Woman Contest, the Booster Trophy Award, and All University Day. Sigmzz Kappa amt Lamha'a Chi Alphd placed hut among the rontemmt: in the Quartet Contett in Sprmg of 1951. Larry Whitehouxe, Pi depa Phi, end the Keith twim, Phyllis and Arlene, of Chi Omega were the proud recipient! of the Ugliejt Man and W 01mm trophy. The context we: spon- xored by Alpha Phi Omega Fmterm'ty and the proteed; were donated to the Student Chett Drive. Pammlt, pie-Jmeared latex, cotton candy, hdrheu, and novel hooths heralded the All University Day Carnival of 1951. Thi: day was :pomored hy the Univenity Student Council for the purpose of bringing all the Ichool: 0f the University together for a yearly celehmtt'mt. Chi Omega, for the Jeeond comecutive year, and the Eagle and Anchor Society won the Cardinal Booster Trophie: at the end of the 1951 Bathethall Seaton for heing the mott loyal hooxter: 0f the hathethall team. TOWARD THE END of the Spring Semester, students and faculty alike seek relief from the stuffy classrooms on a lazy cruise down the Ohio River via the boatride sponsored an- nually by the Arts and Science Student Council. ll HE BIG EVENTS which have been pic- tured here have made our year great but some of the little events have made it all the more worth remembering! FRYBERGER SING, SPRING 1951 0N1: OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL EVENTS of the year is the Annual Fry- berger Sing which is held in honor of the late Agnes Fryberger, a former music teacher at University of Louisville. The Sing is held on the lawn in front of the Administration Building on Belknap Campus. The singers fill the C001 night air with their voices While the other students, faculty, friends and relatives relax and enjoy the selections. Lambda Chi Alpha and Sigma Kappa were designated the first place winners while Kappa Delta and Phi Chi, Medical School Fraternity, walked off With the second place trophies. Pat Corzhoy, Sigma Kappd director, accept: the first place Jim Almaml, director for Lambda Chi Alpha, and hi: trophy for the womenk group ringing. They rang fraternity hrothem admire their 16m? place trophy for "When Johnnie Comer Marchihg Home? their rendition of "Yerterdayf. depd Delta director, Fay Gupton, receive: the second Jim Parker, Phi Chi director, admire; hi: recond place place trophy for their singing of "Green Cathedral". trophy. The Phi Chit rang "Winter Song? TOM WETTERER, Lambda Chi Alpha Popularity with the coed: determine: who will re- ceive the tit l e of Mr. Thoroughhred. Tomk hlomie hair, clear hlue eye; and a pleamnt personality won the votes of the girl: of the U niversz'ty. CANDIDATES for the title of Mr. and Miss Thoroughbred were presented at the Annual Thoroughbred Coronation Ball by Douglas Sanford, Chairman of the Dance. Norma Ridg- way, editor of the yearbook, oihcially announced Tom Wetterer and Ann Jones Bowling as the Winners of the contest and presented them With their trophies. The Thoroughbred Staff has enjoyed working under the reign of their popular King and Queen, Tom and Ann. ANN JONES BOWLING Sigma Kappa Annually, Iolm Robert Powen of New York Jelectx Miss Thoroughbred 0n the 1945i: of beauty of face and jigure 45 xlaoum in photograph: mbmz'tted to him. Ami: natural hauty won the title for her. Thoroughbred C oronation Ball, December 1951 Mix: C ardinal DORIS ACRES Mm Future Teacher: of America JEWEL HELTON Mix: Pi Beta Plai ANN BOWEN Left to right: Mr. Alpha Phi Alpha MELVIN T ALBOTT Mr. Cardinal ANDY OFFUTT Mr. Delta prilon DON BAKER Mr. Medical Science Club BILL VONDERHAAR Mr. Phi Kappa Tau DON ROMANS Mr. Pi Kappa Pbi CLARK SCHERER Mr. Sigma Alpha Mu SAM SCHNICKNER Miss C ardimlette FADEL FREIDLANDER Min Chi Omega DIXIE REAGAN Min Delta Z eta JEAN CHANDLER Min D. A. E. JOANN TRENT Min Independent Women DELORES BROWN Min Kappa Delta DELORES CLARK Mix: Medical Science Club JUNE ALLEN Min Mortar Board MARILYN JEPPSON Mix: Robbin: Hall DORIS TANDY Mix: Sigma Delta Nu MARJORIE DOOLING Min Z eta Phi Beta JULIA HARRIS Mix: Z en; Tau Alpha , BETTY WOLFE L Mr. Eagle and Anchor Kn'r Cox Mr. Kappa Alpha DOUG JEFFERSON Mr. Kappa Alpha PJi ROBERT MILLEN Mr. Law School BILL BURBANK Mr. Sigma Phi prilon JOE PAULI Mr. Tau Kappa prilon JIM GATMAN Mr. Triangle ED SCHARRE Mr. Wandering Greek: LOUIS STRAUB GNEIDA CARDEN, Chi Omega, reigned as the Queen of the Homecoming Festivities. Her radiant smile is a clear indica- tion of why the football team bestowed this honor upon her. $V ITH A HAPPY WAVE to all spectators, Oneida led the Homecom- ing Parade through the streets of Louisville. On Saturday afternoon, Dr. Davidson Officially introduced her to the fans at the Homecoming Game and presented her with howers. As a climax to her reign, Oneida led the royal dance that evening with the dignity and grace of a true Queen. AFROTC Queen of 1951 NROTC Queen of 1951 BARBARA DUERR, Sigma Kappa DEBBY BLAIR, Pi Beta Phi ll HERE ARE MANY queens, sweethearts, and campus favorites chosen during a school year but to each individual student his or her trophy is just as cherished. There is much honor and joy in being selected from a group of contestants to reign over the most impressive social events of the year. ' h 13'va , i I13! "L11 Club Queen of 1951 ONEIDA CARDEN, Chi Omega : 311 U of L Reprexemative for Mountain Laurel Queen, 1 951 LUCY BERNING, Sigma Kappa THE THOROUGHBRED STAFF has attempted to in- clude pictures of the honored ones chosen since the 1951 publication. The staff regrets that an early publication deadline made it impossible to include all the selections of Campus Personalities through 1952. Kaufmank Most Fashionable Coed, 1 951 ANN JONES BOWLING, Sigma Kappa THE LITTLE THEATER which 1945 been on the University of Lowlwille campy: Jime I925 continue; 10 178 the center for Louis- villek most oztixtzmding dramatic productions. 'I'l'lE um: THEATER BOYD MARTIN SINCE 1914, Boyd Martin has been the guiding light of the Little Theater Company. During these thirty-eight years of directing, he has produced numerous outstanding shows but hPopf as he is known by his many friends, is never satisfied to rest on his laurels. He continues to work energetically to keep the city's center of drama on the campus of the Uni- versity of Louisville. PRODUCTIONS OF THE 1951-52 SEASON STRANGE BEDFELLOWS .............................................. Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements THE SHINING HOUR ........................................................................................ Keith Winter JANUARY THAW .............................................................................................. William Roos GOLDEN BOY ................................................................................................... Clifford Odets SEASON IN THE SUN ...................................................................................... Wolcott Gibbs A Scene from "Strange Bedfellowf. A part of the cast of "Disraelf. PRODUCTIONS OF THE 1950-51 SEASON GOODBYE, MY FANCY ............................................................................................ Fay Kanin THE HEIRESS ................................................................................ Ruth and Augustus Goetz THE SILVER WHISTLE ............................................................................ Robert E. McEnroe DISRAELI ......................................................................................................... Louis N. Parker FRESH FIELDS ...................................................................................................... Ivor Novello ll HE PLAYSHOP was organized on the campus of the University of Louis- ville in February, 1948, for students interested in amateur dramatics. The productions given by this group are written and directed by its student members. Due to the lack of an avail- able place to present its productions, the Playshop has been limited in its activities this year. OFFICERS Prelidem .......................... Bill Walther Vice Preyident ............ Mitzi Bornwasser Secretary-Treamrer .......... Ruth McKim Bill Walther, Playshop president, HiglaU, discusses new Faculty 14401-107 ---------------------- Mr. Stone script with another student. I : THiygplAysHoP Mr. Stone, advisor for the Playshop, directs tryouts for "TaHyhs Career". Editor-in-Claief Buxmess Manager NORMA JEAN RIDGWAY DON ROMANS E monoucmiksb ist'I'AFF; Asxociate Editor DOUGLAS SANFORD SCHOOL EDITORS ARTS AND SCIENCES Patricia Brockman Doris Russell, Editor Betty Cabell D. A. E. meft picturd Joann Trent, Editor KENT SCHOOL UZigbt picturd Don Brown, Editor LAW SCHOOL deft picturw Louis Straub, Editor MEDICAL SCHOOL Rigbt pictmw Bill Akins, C o-editor John HuE, C o-editor DENTAL SCHOOL , N at pictureaU Dave Bowie, Editor MUSIC SCHOOL aeft picturw Carolyn Kaleher SPEED SCHOOL Rigbt picturd Ed Scharre Bert Thompson, Editor Don Kidd FEATURE EDITOR aeft picturd Peggy Moll FEATURE STAF F Height picturw Carey Thompson Ann Hart John Quinn Joyce Ann Marrillia N or picturew Debby Blair SPORTS STAFF deft picturd Lester Moise, Editor Al Heuser KMiddle picturd Gary Caufield GREEK EDITORS Right picturej' Marilyn Jeppson Joe Eckert PHOTOGRAPHERS KLeft picturw Jim Ford, Chief photographer Midd1e picturd Samuel Bryant fRigbt picturd Ray Shryock SENIOR STAFF Meft picturw Sally Schlundt Joan Smith, Editor Douglas Sleadd ORGANIZATIONS STAFF Rigbt picturw Don Rupp Polly Custis, Editor Dan Burke DANCE STAFF deft picturd Gerald Slotnick Barbara Dearing Martha McIntosh Dan Burke Bob Hughes FACULTY EDITORS deft picturw George Mahan Betty Wolfe PHOTO EDITOR Meft picturd Charlene Shackelford PHOTO STAFF might pictureJ Corkie Kirkham Kaye Roberts Nancy Dorsey Louise Whitney OFFICE MANAGER deft pictmw Jewel Helton OFFICE STAFF Rigbt pictured Marlene Goldner Penny Benner Doris Farley Libby Bridgwater Carol Cochran Mary Lou Rompf Dixie Reagan G wmmv , Editor-m-Cbief JOE OGLESBY Bmineu Manager GEORGE SIMMONS A Tuesday night make-up Jam'on in the Cardinal Ojjtz'ce. NEWS EDITORS deft picturd Edwin DeYoung Ronald Myles ADVERTISING MANAGER R igbt picturd George Feltovich FEATURE EDITOR $eft picturd Tim Bernstein CIRCULATION Uzigbt pictured John Becker, Manager Ralph Cook, Anixtam SCHOOLS EDITOR UAeft pitting Doris Acres STAFF ASSISTANT Height picturd Judy Shelton SPORTS EDITOR Mefl pictured Lester Moise TYPISTS Right picturw Martha Lyon Sue Hannon Photographer, Jim Ford The :mff review; the Cardinal. Photographer, Samuel Bryant Photographer, Ray Sbryock Cardinal Stat not pictured. N ew: Stajf: Sabra Hansen, Andy Offutt, Carolyn Mont- gomery, Virginia Morton, Delwin Kellerman, Rus Turner, Betty McDonald. Feature Staff: Jim Oleary, Steve Block, Mickey Min- sterl, Jon Whitfleld, Myron Tarbis, Chris Stone, Harris Berman, Nancy McIlvaine, Charles Ham- mond, Barsh Mullin, Don Stewart. School Correxpondemx: Dental, Jim O'Bannon; Gradu- ate, John Allen; Law, Al Hamm; Music, Elaine Bevins; Speed, Alan Gold and Sal Terrano. Sport: Saw: Kenny Brannon and Bob Laufer. Barbara Adams Art: and Science: Upper Picturex: Charles Asher Art: am?! Science: Lower Pictures: Kenneth Brannon Art: and Science: Edwin DeYoung ArtI zmd S cience; Chester V. Hall Art: and S cience: Julia Harris Arts and S cience: H. Clifford Jackson Art: and S ciemex Marilyn Jeppson Art: and Science; Herbert W. Kebschull Art: and S cience: TWENTY-EIGHT SENIORS of the University of Louisville were selected for mention in the 1951-52 edition of "VVhds Who In American Universities and Colleges". These students were chosen by faculty and Student committees on the basis of leadership, scholarship, Citizenship and service. Bob Lochmueller Art; and S cienceI deft pictmw Norma Jean Ridgway, Am and Science: Right pictured John Shelton, Art: and Science: deft pictmw Betty Thompson, Art: and Science: Right picture? Hewitt Wilkinson, Am and Science: Charles David Carter Dental S 619001 deft pictmw John Clifford Green Dental S 019001 Right picturd James Y. O Bannon, Jr. Dental S cbool deft picturd William F. Burbank Law S cbool 06gb: picturd Wilton R. Long Law Sclaool N at picturezb Howard Wagner Mzm'c 5 619001 Edward E. Green ' Allan Maurice Fine S peed School Speed 5619001 Patricia Bolton Lawrence N ickell Robert Joseph Mudd Medical School Medical 5619001 Speed School John D. Hummel, Jr. James P. Muldoon Robert M. Wolfe Medical School Medical School Speed School OMICRON DELTA KAPPA THE BETA EPSILON CIRCLE 0f Omicron Delta Kappa was estab- lished on the campus of the University of Louisville in the spring of 194 3. ODK is an honorary fraternity for men Who are selected on the basis of character and achievement as students, faculty and citizens. OFFICERS President ........................................................................................ Wilton Robert Long Vice Prejident ............................................................. John Clifford Greene Secretary-Treasurer... .Professor Miles Northrup Faculty Adviwr .......................................................................................... F. W. Stamm Joseph Ayers-Faculty Kenneth Brannon Dale Briggs Frederick Burton Charles Carter Frederick Dolt Wayne Fisher Richard Gibbs Phillip Greivet Ewing Hardy Maurice Laney Faculty Don McIntosh Harry E. Moore James P. Muldoon Cliff Neely Miles G. NorthrokFaculty Thomas Pfau Carey Thompson Not pictured: John Allen, Robert Buch, William Burbank, Harry Bohannon, Walter Crawford, Edwin DeYoung, Lee Dienes, Claude Eddleman, George Feltovich, Allan Fine, William Furgerson, Edward Green, John C. Greene, Theodore Guiglia, A1 Hamm, Charles Leibson, Andrew Leiber, Wilton Long, Charles McConnell, Howard Mitchell, Robert Mudd, Fontaine Kremer, James O'Bannon, Douglas Sanford, Frank Stokes, Robert Thompson, Richard M. Trautwein, David Varble, Robert Wolfe, Dr. Philip Davidson, Dean R. C. Ernst, Dr. Murray Kinsman, Dr. Forrest Kuhn, Dr. Raymond Myers, Edwin Paul, William Peden, Ralph Petrilli, Dean A. C. Russell, P. W. Stamm, Guy Stevenson, W. M. Strickler, Athol L. Taylor, Morton Walker, Mr. Clyde Warner, Mayor Charles Famsley, Governor Lawrence Wetherby. Profenor Northrup and Wilton Long - during Ceremony of ODK initiation. I THE BOARD OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS is composed of the Chairman, Mr. Morris Bein, representatives from all the schools of the University, and the editors and business managers of the major publications. The Board acts as a governing and advisory group for the publication staffs. BOARD OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS Seated: Mt. Morris Bein, Chair- man. Lefl to right: Doug San- ford, visitor; Bill Worthington, Al Hamm, Don Romans, Susan Morganroth, Secretary; Bob 0,Hara, Dean Walker, George Simmons, Milton Rogers, Joe Oglesby. N o! pictured: Mary Bevins, Andrew Leiber, Norma Ridgway, Robert Wolfe. Left to right, Fin; row: Paul Ross, Earl Flora, Don Wilson, Geral Asher, Arts Hicks. Second row: Gene Herde, Al Bishop, Charlie Hammond, Pete Kennedy, Jim Knoop. PI KAPPA OMICRON OFFICERS Prejident ..................................................................................... Jim Knoop Vice Pren'dem ....................................... Don Wilson Recording Secretmy ........... ....Charlie Hammond Correxpomiing Secretar; .............................................................. Phil Owen Sergeant-at-Arm; ....................................................................... Gene Herde Pledges: Gil Burns, Jack Diehl, Noland Kirk, Sherrill Ritter, Vic Torrisi, Ivay Tracy. UNIVERSITY STUDENT ' COUNCIL William Ackerly Doris Acres William Akins Dale Briggs William Burbank Robert Carter Charles Cox Cecil Ely Robert Fierstein Chester Hall Margaret Hamilton H. Clifford Jackson Charles Jet: Roy D. Johnson Donald Kidd Jack Lynch Nancy McCoy Don McIntosh Martha McIntosh Eddie Mack Miller Howard Mitchell Lynn Mitchell Peggy Moll Harry Moore James P. Muldoon Phillip Muldoon Ronald Myles Joe Oglesby Wallace Oppel Joe Overhultz Norma Ridgway William RueE Clara Jo Smith Warren Smith Doris J. Wigginton Not pictured: David Craft, Lee Dienes, Frederick Dolt, Don Gonzalez, Cliff Neely, Jim Shaw, Theo- dore Stewart, Margaret Stone, Carey Thompson, Dave Varble, James S. Williams. THE COMMISSIONHEADS, appointed by the Council, carry out the plans of the University Stu- dent Council for the many projects they sponsor during the year. Faculty Rating System, the Student Directory, the Barbershop Sing, the annual Fryberger Sing and All-University Day are some of the projects which are sponsored by the University Student Council. Program C omrm'uion tLeft picture? Margaret Hamilton H. Clifford Jackson International Organization: C 0mmini on t R igbt pictureJ Ronald Myles National Student Anacia- tion C ommiuion tPicturezi at lefH Seated, left to right: Betty Thompson, Don McIntosh, Martha Mc- Intosh Standmg, left to right: Dr. Reuel Hemdahl, Ron Myles Publicity Committion tLeft picturet Doris Acres "Lt, Raiser! C 0mmiui0n Wight picturet Doris Jean Wigginton Lee Dienes USC OF F I CERS Bill Burbank, Prejident !L. to RJ Standing: Bob Carter, Treasurer; E. Mack Miller, Vi President; Seated: Clara Jo Smith, Typist; Peggy Moll, Secreta LEADERSHIP CAMP was the first project of the University Student Council for the year. Members of the Council, presidents of all active organizations, and faculty members met to discuss campus problems and policies for the school year. President Davidson, along with other prominent people concerned with the future of the University, spoke to the group and joined them later in a square dance in the lodge. The theme of his speech was to promote the feeling of the University Family. Upper: An informal chat at Leadership Camp. President Davidson talks to Joe Ogles Lower: Tallying results from a poll conducted to obtain student editor of.the Cardinal, about plans for opinions on issues pertinent to the University. approachmg year. THE er, CLUB H HE hL" CLUB is a University of Louisville organization composed of the students who have participated in the athletic events and earned the privilege of wearing the "L" letter. Herb Kebchull, E 67 A Prerident Winter F 0mm! 4! Jeferxonville Quartermarter Depot EAGLE AND ANCHOR SOCIE One of tlae many Friday night partie: THE EAGLE AND ANCHOR SOCIETY is a semi-professional social fraternity of Midshipmen, now completing its fourth year at the University of Louisville. Already, the Eagle and Anchor Society has proved itself one of the outstand- ing organizations on campus. Iths most prominent achievements for the past year were first place honors for the Homecoming float in the annual parade, and the Intramural Football Championship. Besides fielding teams for all intramural sports, the Eagle and Anchor also sponsored two formal dances, have their own Glee Club and their own publications, the weekly uMast- head" and the NROTC yearbook, uThe Buccaneer? Upper: Tlmt long awaited formal dance. Lower: The H elmxmen, E 6 A Glee Club OFFICERS Preiident ........................................ Herbert W. Kebschull Vice President ............................................ Richard Ward Secretary .................................................... Dale E. Briggs Treamrer ................................................ Dalton L. Kuder Advijor .................................. Lt. Col. James R. Blackwell Kit; Cox receiving cup for the E C"; Ak winning Home- coming Float. 5:41? of tbe NROTC Unify publiwtion, tbe "Maxtbeaaw. ARTS AND SCIENCES COMPANY ant Battalion C olor Guard FROM A CORP of one-hundred and sixty-three midshipmen, the largest enrollment since its organization in 1946, the NROTC Unit at the University of Louisville will graduate twenty men. Of these, sixteen will be commissioned as Ensigns in the regular Navy, three will receive Ensign commission in the Naval Reserve and one man will be appointed a Second Lieutenant in the Marine Corps. Highlights of the Navybs year were the annual summer cruises, the establishment of an excellent drill team and the Red Cross blood drive to which ninety-five per cent of the Midshipmen contributed. This year, for the first time in the Corps history, the Midshipmen here were issued ofhcers khakis and shoulderboards. Captain E. R. Harmon, Professor of Naval Science, was assisted in his hrst year at the University of Louisville by a staff of oHicers consisting of Lt. Col. J. R. Blackwell, LCDR C. A. Hoffman, Lt. J. M. Prewitt, Lt. R. E. Scholl, Lt. A. G. Back and Captain W. S. Patee. w , W w' 3c SPEED SCHOOL COMPANY uer: T199 $154!?t 0 $6613, left to right, . E. School, LCDR C. A. Hajfman, Captain E. R. Hamzon, USN, Profeuor 'Lt. Col. 1. R. Blackwell, USMC, . M. Prewitt, LI. A. G. Back, Capt. of Naval Science. . 3. Executive Ojjzicer . Patee. er: Midxhipmen check 20mm gun Armory Deck of Naval Science The Navy Um't'lr Rifie Team Midxbipmen Jimulate Wing of 5" gun. Building. N$ F LIGHT A F LIGHT B Upper: Airmen 0f AFROTC Col. 1. B. Andaman, Profemor of Air Major Hugla J. Ray, Executwe Ojfic Science amd Tactia. Lower: Cadet C olor Guard "Static" Ital? meet; with editor to pub- AFROTC Rifle Team 1in the AFROTC newxpaper. FLIGHT C FLIGHT D pper: Staff O$cen in conference. Lower: C orp Staff at impaction. DURING THE YEAR 1951- 52 the AFROTC grew to an enrollment of three hundred and twenty Cadets. Upon graduation in June, seven of these men will be commissioned as Second Lieutenants in the United States Air Force. This 15 the first group to be commissioned since the unit was set up here in 1949. The formation of a Drill Team and new blue uniforms for the entire corps were additions during the year. Activities sponsored by the University of Louisville Corps of Cadets are their unit newspaper, a radio station, the Arnold Air Society, and a rifle team. With Col. 1. B. Anderson as Commanding Officer and Professor of Air Science and Tactics, the University watched the Corp in its continued growth and infiuence on the campus. Col. Anderson is assisted by Major Hugh J. Ray, Major Andrew J. Walton, Capt. A. XV. Miracle, Capt. D. R. Dawson, Capt. L. Gramham, and Sergeants F. G. Buongiorne, C. B. Powell, H. G. Ralston, C. A. Mandich, H. W. Brandon, John H. Frantz, and J. L. Field. AIR FORCE RESERVE j 3 OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS VV 1TH THE PURPOSE of developing leadership, maintaining esprit de corp of the unit and advancing the military preparedness of our country, the Arnol Air Society was formed at the University of Cincinnati in October of 1950 Shortly afterwards the Tommy Mantell Squadron was formed here at th University of Louisville. Open to junior and senior AFROTC students onl it is the only national service organization of its kind. One of the highlights 0 the A.A.st year was their Annual Conclave at Miami, Florida, to which som- of the members Hew down with their advisor, Major A. J. Walton. OFFICERS Roy Steve Stieneket .......................................... Commanding 0;?icer Richard C. Eberhard ................................................ Executive Oficer Alan Gold ............................................................ Operation: Officer Frank Campisano .......................................... S ecretary and Treasurer Robert Bossung .................................................... Adjutant Recorder Irvin Herman .......................................... Public Information Oficer Major Andrew J. Walton .................................................... Advixor ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY Upper: Corp C. 0. am! A.A.S. Advimr prepare for fiigbz. Alsm Gold impeding jet during Annual A.A.S. Canal at Miami. Lower: Steve Stieneker look: the world over from tlae wild blue yonder. Ammal formal dance program. ll HERE Is NO COMEBACK like the comeback of a champion. Battered to the Hoor and forsaken by everyone but himself, he rises from defeat and returns to action with a new enthusiasm to conquer all before him. That is, in essence, the story of the 195 1 University of Louisville football team. l Badly battered in the early season by four consecutive losses and forsaken by all but themselves, the coaches and a few faithful followers, they swept to victory in the last four games of the season making the greatest comeback in the history of the University. pROBABLY NO NAME in the hcomeback kids" register is any more well known than "the kid from Pittsbutgf Johnny Unitas. Leading a downtrodden team back to victory with his superb passing and line held generalship, Unitas is one man who makes the future football picture bright. All the praise, however, should not go to Mr. Sparkplug, as the players call him, because others were great in the return trall. On the offensive side, Jim Williams at fullback position was the other half of the Cards two listed ground and air attack. In the offen- sive line, Otto Knop, Kenny Ander- son, Gene Massero, Rex Warner, Getty Ray and Leroy Holben came through in great style. Ole automatic Dave Rivenbark was a tower of strength for those extra points. On the defensive side, the steady play of Bill Karns, Roy Pugh, Dave Rivenbark and Joe Nicoletti was a stand out. In the rough going de- fensive line, freshmen Bob Bender and Les Rechtin were the sparks that got the line back on its feet. Also helping in that improved defensive wall were ends Frank Grdnic and Mike Dewald, and guards Jack Gillam, Bob Lichvar and "Mr. De- pendableh, Chuck Asher. Linebackers Razor Myers and Jack Valvo never let down when the team got going. Truly it was the comeback of a cham- pion that returned the Cards to the victory ledger against the most hope- less odds and worst conditions. Who can forget that N. C. State win in the snow, that marvelous offensive burst against Houston, or that sterling de- fensive game against Washington and Lee, and that final mudcake win over Mississippi Southern! Yes, truly, it was the comeback of a cham- pion. 1951 UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE FOOTBALL TEAM Fm; row: H. Bethea, Asher, Knop, L. Ray, Campbell, Kams, Shelton, Pence. Second row: Anderson, Lively, Myers, Gillam, Grdnic, Brewer, Lichvar, M. Mingus, Klein, Rechtin. Third row: Dewald, Valvo, Crawford, Hughes, Rivenbark, Warner, Pugh, Nicoletti, Massero. Fourth row: Heywood, R. Bethea, Kovanda, Mayo, Fultz, Olmstead, G. Ray, Lambert, Striegel. N013 pictured: XVilIiams, Unitas, Bender, Browning, Day, Hayes, Hill, Houser, T. Howard, B. Howard, Kaminski, Kuzibik, C. Mingus, Purcell, Silliman, Smith, Townsell, and Wiltshire. Left to right: Trainer, Bob Pursley; Coaches, Frank Gitscher, Clark Wood, J. D. Dunn, and Joe Trabue; Seated: Coach Frank Camp. EAD COACH, FRANK CAMP 1951 FOOTBALL SEASON WAYNE Detroit, Michigan, September 29 The Louisville Cards, displaying a powerful land game, ground out a methodical 28-12 win over homestanding Wayne University. The Cards offense was led by their trio of block- busting backs, John Brewer, Jim Williams and Bill Pence. Louisville never trailed as Brewer crossed the double strip in the first quarter and automatic Dave Rivenbark kicked the first of four extra points. Nicoletti, Pence and Brewer again scored the other Louisville six pointers. BOSTON Louisville, October 5 In a game billed as a tossup, the Boston Terriers ruined the Louisville home-opener 39-7 before 11,5 00 fans. It was Bostorfs Harry Agganis passing and quarterbacking that upset the Redbird applecart. Boston threatened to turn the game into a rout as the Terriers ran up a three touchdown halftime score and a 39-0 third quarter lead. Louisville saved face in the final period as they marched 72 yards to score With the "Sweet Somerset Bulldozer", Jim Williams, getting the credit for the score. CINCINNATI Cincinnati, Ohio, October 13 Cincinnati's well balanced Bearcats hung the first shut- out which the University of Louisville had suffered since 1948 as the Ohioians were victorious 38-0. The game played before 18,000 fans was decided by a powerful second half burst that gave Cincinnati its big margin Victory. The first half found the Cards effective- ly stopping ace passer Gene Rossfs aerials but not the powerful running combine of Bob Daugerty and Bullet Bob Stratton. In the second half, Rossi began to hit with his passes and it was just too much for the offen- sively impotent Cards. Cincinnati scored three times in the third quarter and once in the final period to win 38-0. The farthest offensive penetration of the Cards was to the Cincy 35 in the second quarter. XAVIER Louisville, October 19 Displaying an unpenetrable line and a host of fine backs, the Xavier Musketeers unmercifully ground out a 47-6 win over Louisville. The Cardinals were never in the ball game as Xaviefs offensive line opened huge holes in Louisvilleis defense which let the Xavieris backs, led by Bob Finnell, move for yardage. The Cardsi complete lack of any air game was illustrated in this ball game as the Xavier line was in tight and just stopped Louisville power backfield from ever mov- ing. LouisvilleTS only score came in the final quarter and was tallied by Jimmy Williams. ST. BONAVENTURE Olean, New York, October 27 A Iield goal in the hnal seconds by St. Bona- ventureTS Lou Czarza gave the Bonnies a 22-21 victory over the Visiting Louisville Cards. The field goal wiped out a mag- nificent second half Louisville rally which found the Cards coming from behind to lead 21-19. But Czarza,s three pointer turned victory into defeat. Johnny Unitas, was the leader of the Cards rally as he passed for three touchdowns, two to Roy Pugh and one to Bill Karns. NORTH CAROLINA STATE - LOUISVILLE, NOVEMBER 2 In a ball game played in 19 degree weather and on a turf covered with two inches of snow, Louisville upset highly favored North Carolina State 26-2. State scored first when John Unitas fumbled in the Louisville end zone for a safety and two points for State. The opportunity for the safety came after the Cards had stopped two State offensive drives on the Cardinal two and six yard lines. Late in the second period Bill Karns scored on a beautiful 82 yard punt return to give Louisville a 6-2 halftime lead. The third quarter was a stand off but the fourth found Louisville turning the game into a rout. Jim Williams' running set up the second Louisville TD that Babe Ray scored. Shortly later the uSweet Somerset Bulldozer Williams" blasted 43 yards to pay dirt, and Babe Ray completed the rout by scampering 48 yards to score. HOUSTON 4 LOUISVILLE, NOVEMBER 10 "The Kid from Pittsburg", Johnny Unitas, came into his own as he passed the Louisville Cards to a 55-28 win over the powerful Houston Cougars. Houston scored first in the opening minutes as Gene Shannon tallied but then Unitas took over. He passed to Bill Karns and Dave Rivenbatk for touchdowns and a 14-7 halftime lead. It was 21-7 when Jim Williams on a series of pitchouts from Unitas ran to the one for a tally that Bill Katns scored. Houston tied it up as Shannon scored twice more. Then Unitas put the game on ice by passing to Rivenbatk for a 48 scoring play and moments later threw from his own end zone for a 95 yard scoring play to Babe Ray. Houston scored in the final moments to make it 35-28 but Unitas had already won the game for Louisville. WASHINGTON AND LEE - LOUISVILLE, NOVEMBER 16 The Cards made it three wins in a row as they pulled their third successive upset by defeating Wash- ington and Lee 14-7. It was a magnificent defense that stopped W and L seven times inside the 15 yard line that won the Homecoming game for the Cards. Defensive line play by Frank thnic, Mike Dewald, Bob Bender, and Les Rechtin was obvious to the Louisville fans. Unitas ruined W and L's number one national pass defense record in the first quarter as John passed 66 yards to Babe Ray and a Louisville score. The defense took over and there was no more scoring until Jim Williams took the second half opening kickoff 100 yards and pay ditt. Louisville defense weak- ened indthe final quartet to let the Genetals' Frank Broyles score but that was the Generals only tally or the ay. MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN LOUISVILLE, NOVEMBER 22 On the strength of automatic Dave Rivenbark's two extra points, the Louisville Cards out-mudded Mississippi Southern 14-13. Leuisville scored twice quickly in the opening quarter. Jim W'illiams plunged over from due fxve and Unitas passed to Kenny Anderson. Then the Cards made the lead stand up as they played a tight game trying not to make any misrakes on the muddy tutf. Southern scored twice in the second half but missed the first extra point attempt when the hard charging Louisville line hurried the Southern attempt. ll HE BASKETBALL SEASON OF 195 1-52 was perhaps the greatest in the history of the University of Louis- ville. Coach Peck Hickmanis cagets won 20 0f 25 games against the natiods toughest opposition and gm :1 berth in a major post season tournament for the second consecutive year. The season began mildly enough as Louisville beat Kentucky XVesleyan 61-3 0. However, a few nights later, the Cards whipped Dayton, in an overtime, 79-76, and followed this with easy Wins over Marquette 76-63 and Georgetown 92-38. Next was the spine tingling 72-70 victory over Eastern when Loch broke a knee car- tilage. Without Loch, the Cards suffered their worst defeat of the season when they lost to Purdue 82-65. Louisville rebounded quickly in their next outing to bounce Kent State 83-67. tContinued W next pagej .....; C oacb, Peck Hickman Anixtzmt C 046b, John Dromo The Christmas holidays found the Redbirds making an Eastern swing playing Manhattan in Madison Square Gardens and Seton Hall at South Orange, New Jersey. Bob Lockmuellefs goal in the final second gave Louisville a 67-66 win over Manhattan, but two nights later, Seton Hall eked out a 67-65 victory. Returning to the Armory, Louisville blasted Villanova 90-68 in probably the Cards finest game of the season. Notre Dame was then beaten in a rough game, 65-59, and in quick succession, Xavier 77-67, St. Joe 104-54, William and Mary 93-65, North Carolina State ,73-68 and Morehead 83-63. Loyola also fell to the conquering Cards, 80-73, before 19,5 00 eager fans in Chicago. At this point seven-foot Bob Peterson, who had come along quickly during Louisvillels mid season Victory streak, was declared scholastically ineligible. The Cards did not seem to miss him too much when they bounced Eastern 78-73 but a day or so later when Dayton revenged the earlier Louisville defeat by winning at the Armory 72-71, big Petels height was sorely missed. However, the Cards rebounded to murder Tampa 100-55 and made Kentucky Wesleyan victory number eighteen by a score of 97-7 6. A second trip to the East was a failure as Villanova tripped the Cards 86-84 but back at Louisville the Cards won two of the last three games. N. C. State fell 82-67, Seton Hall two pointed the Cards again, this time 83-81, and in the seasons finale, Xavier fell under a barrage of baskets 101-87. The final record of Louisville earned them a bid to the National Invitational Tournament in New York. The old rival from Bowling Green, Western Ken- tucky, was the opening round opponent and when the Cards, far oftr form after a ten day layoff, lost 62-59, the defeat was doubly bitter. Even though Louisville lost in the tournament, the season was one of the finest both from a prestige and gate View but, most important of all, also from an excitement point of view. All of the Cardinal fans will remember that over- time win over Dayton, the spine tingling two point Eastern victory, Lochls goal that meant success over Manhattan, Louisvilleis great performance against Villanova, the rough shod victory over Notre Dame, big 'Walter Dukesl long arms, and Bill Sullivanis goal that gave the 81-81 score against Seton Hall only to have the Pirates score with six seconds to go and win. The thrills of victory and the pangs of defeat were a dime a dozen in the season that was "ONE OF THE FINEST." UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE BASKETBALL TEAM OF 1951-1952 deft to rigbU Bob Brown Clyde Bryant Corky Cox Bob Davis Bob Dunbar Randle Ford Chester Beam Meft to rigbU Frank Lentz Bob Lochmueller Bob Naber Chuck Noble Bob Peterson Bill Powell n i mswz; ; . Ni 9 21 ' John Prudhoe Dick Robinson Bill Sullivan THROUGHOUT THE SEASON the Cards played with what might be called the ubig nine". The following is a thumbnail sketch of the nine players who made the Louisville basketball season a successful one. BOB LOCHMUELLER-The Cards' one-legged All American suffered a broken knee cartilage early in the season but played the year out in magnificent style. He was more than any one man. He was the "Clutchl player on the squad as he always seemed to make the goals when they really counted. A magnificent tebounder, Loch was a proficient scorer near the boards with tips, spin shots and deadly one handets. BOB BROWNaCalled by the Louisville coach- es as the Cards' finest professional prospect, the "Goose" had his greatest year. All Redbird fans will remember the seemingly unbelievable shots that Brown somehow managed to score. A colorful, aggressive performer, Brown along with Lochmuellet was the Cards' top scorer with a hefty seventeen point average. BOB NABERw-"Burly Bob" was the Cardinals' jack of all trades. He played forward or guard and inadvertently drew the toughest of the de- fensive assignments. A team man from the word go, Nabetis favorite play was a driving crip shot that literally dared anyone to get in his way. Naber also had a good one hander and was a rough man to out-tebound under the basket. DICK ROBISONeSix feet, four inch, heavy set Robison was the Catds' chief pick off and block out man. Possessor of a fme hook shot, Robby's great attribute was his ability to set up shots and rebounds for his fellow Cardinals. CHUCK NOBLE-eStrictly in line with the new Louisville type player is the tall six feet, four inch Noble. Playing guard, Noble was often praised as the Cards' best assist man, and his deadly trajectatory one hand shot made him the third in the high scoring ranks on the squad. Only a sophomore, Chuck is one of the key figures in future Louisville basketball plans. V :12 BILL SULLIVAN-The Cards, bit of pepper and fight was little Bill. A junior and the smallest man on the squad at five feet ten inches, Sullivan used a two hand set shot to great advantage. Louisville fans remember Sully for his per- formance against Villanova when he shackled Wildcat star, Larry Hennessey, while pitching in nineteen points for the Cardinals. London Bridge? CHET BEAMeAnother tall, tangy performer is the six feet and five inch forward from JeEersonville. Beam was one of the reasons the Cards had such a strong bench. Chet's best shot was a twenty foot one hander from the side which he dunked with pro- ficient consistency. FORREST ABLE-From the junior varsity to a start- ing job on the varsity is the story of Able, the Cards great freshman. At the beginning of the season, Able was averaging a hefty twenty-six points with the freshman team when Coach Hickman pulled him up to the varsity. Frosty responded in a magnificent style which had fans literally gasping at his ability to score with forty-five foot set shots and driving one handers. BOB PETERSONeLouisvillek much talked about seven footer suffered scholastic difhculties and was dropped from the squad at mid term. At the start of the season Bi g Pete was just another bench warmer but after a few games he began to develop and earned Coach Hickmarfs praise as the most improved player on the squad. Certainly his loss affected the Cards' play in February. Fz'm raw: John Reschar, Manager. Second row Heft to rigbtJ: Forrest Able, Bob Terrill, Harvey Johnson, Cliff York, Bill Spaulding, Billy Smith. Third row Heft to right 1: Coach John Dromo, Bill Newkirk, Mahlin Carroll, Vlad Gastivich, AI Russak, Harry Hinton, Don Stewart, Lou Smithers, Truitt DeMoisey, Assistant Coach. 1951-1952 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM UNDEFEATED IN TWENTY-ONE GAMES is the record of Coach John Dromds frosh squad. Using a whirlwind fast break and a devastating scoring attack, the freshmen on numerous occasions tallied over 100 points. Near the basket, the frosh were powerful. Big Al Russak, Vlad Gastivich and Butch Hinton were rough men near the guards. Cliff York, Bobby Terrell and Harvey Johnson were expert shots and playmakers. The cloeerleadem in action 42: tlae Armory. BASEBALL Squad: John Heldman, Head Coach; D. Bichhart, B. Brown, C. Cox, J. Hayden, A. Heuser, W. Hoke, M. Kaelin, R. Mather, L. Meyer, C. Noe, C. Raible, J. Reschar, D. Satlich, R. Trautwein, T. Trautwein, A. Warner, W. Welsh, A. Wiilding, D. Wilding. RECORD Louisvil 1e ................ 1 3 F ranklin .................. 0 Louisville ................ 8 Xavier .................... 7 Louisville ................ 1 7 Indiana Central ...... 7 Louisville ................ 8 Fort Knox .............. 3 Louisville ................ 1 Cincinnati ................ 9 Louisville ................ 8 Berea ...................... 0 Louisville ................ 8 Berea ...................... 3 Louisville ................ 7 Berea ...................... 5 Louisville ................ 1 5 Hanover .................. 5 Louisville ................ 1 1 Ha nover .................. 1 Louisville ................ 6 Xavier .................... 17 Louisville ................ 1 2 Cincinnati .............. 18 Louisville ................ 8 Centre .................... 9 Louisville ................ 1 5 Centre .................... 4 Louisville ................ 9 Franklin .................. 2 Louisville ................ 6 DePauw .................. 7 Louisville ................ 8 Fort Knox ..... Louisville ................ 1 0 DePauw .................. 3 TRACK H ead Track C oacb, Dave Law TEAM MEMBERS Clark Wood, Auijtamf C oacb H. Kebschull, Captain D. Briggs D. Sattich T. Campbell C. Timmons W. Cress J. Valvo F. Egger C. Westerfield C. Jett H. Wilkinson W. Karns H. Wilson W. Kidd R. Baechlor R. McVey H. Hartman B. Thompson RECORD Louisville ........ 51-243 Wabash ............ 78-1l2 Louisville ........ 90 Berea ................ 41 Louisville ........ 82 Hanover .......... 49 Louisville ........ 7 2 Franklin .......... 48 Louisville ........ 6 3-1 4 3 Fort Knox ........ 48-2 I3 Louisville ........ 5 2-1 42 Ohio Wesleyan..64-1 L2 Louisville ........ 51 Fort Knox ........ 48 TEAM MEMBERS Coach Dave Lawrence C. Timmons R. Jeanes J. Chastain R. Page D. Briggs D. Page L. Starr Air Force Rifle Team TEAM MEMBERS Coach Tom Godfrey Bill Long John Yarbo Charles Reese Leonard Pine Mike Quinn Robert Allender Joe Kudler CROSS COUNTRY RECORD Louisville ................ 3 1 Hanover .................. 25 Louisville ................ 41 Berea ...................... 17 Louisville ................ 38 Marshall .................. 19 Triangular Meet Maryville ...... 33 Sewanee ...... 49 Louisville ...... 48 Navy Rifle Team FENCING TEAM RECORD Louisville ................ 1 2 Cincinnati ................ 9 Louisville ................ 1 1 Indiana .................... 8 Louisville -. . 15 Kentucky Louisville ................ 14 Cincinnati ................. 1 3 Louisville ................. 8 Notre Dame ............ 19 Triangular Meet Louisville ...... 8 Purdue .......... 2 Louisville ...... 7 Indiana .......... 1 Louisville .3014 Kentucky ...... 8 TENNIS C 046127, Sidney Terr Leading Scorer, C. J. Woertz RECORD TEAM MEMBERS L . '11 B C.J.Woertz OUISVl C ................ erea ...................... 3 T6d Guiha .LouiSVille ................ Centre .................... 9 Tom Evans Louisville ................ Indiana .................... 9 J. Lockwood Warren Smith . Don Watters Loulsville ................ Centr e -------------------- 8 Gene Wheeler Louisville ................ Berea ...................... 4 Louisville ................ Hanover .................. 7 Mike Barrett, Manager GOLF Bob Eubanks C 04619, John Dromo Bobby Haag RECORD TEAM MEMBERS Louisville ............ 14 Vz Hanover .............. 6 V2 F ed B Louisville ............ 16Vz Cincinnati .......... 1. Vz r urton Louisville ............ 1 7 Vz Eastern .. .. V2 Brown Cullen Louisville ............ 1414 Kentucky ............ 3 Vz Bob Eubanks Louisville ............ 1 6 Vz Centre ................ 1 V2 Louisville ............ 10 Miami ................ 8 B b H O aag Louisville ............ 14 Cincinnati .. .. 4 Ches McCall Louisville . ..1s Vz Xavier ................ 8V2 Gene Meyer, Captain Louisville ............ 18 Eastern ...... L ......... 0 Bob Kirchmer Louisville ............ 18 Hanover .............. 1 2 Louisville ............ 17 M2 Xavier ......... BOb SChOO Louisville . ..16 Centre .. Seventh in Southern Intercollegiate at Athens. SWIMMING TEAM TEAM MEMBERS Clark Scherer Jack Hunt Mike Weyler John W7 01f Bill Weir Bob Cambron Bob Newton Buddy Bitzer Joe Ruchriegel Bill Mitchell, Manager Ralph Wright, Coach RECORD Louisville ................ 21 St. Louis .................. 63 Louisville ................ 36 Cincinnati ................ 48 Louisville ................ 48 Mon. Mines ............ 36 Louisville ................ 39 Vanderbilt .............. 46 Louisville ................ 48 Ball State ................ 36 Louisville ................ 30 DePauw .................. 54 Louisville ................ 43 Ball State ................ 41 Louisville ................ 56 Berea ...................... 28 Intramural athletics at the University of Louisville, under the supervision of Mr. Dave Law- rence and Mrs. Sherrill Btakmeier, enjoyed one of its finest seasons during the past school year. The biggest change in the program was in the Womenls Division when, for the first time, in- dividual trophies were awarded the team champions in volleyball, field hockey, basketball and softball instead of the bitterly fought-for President's Cup. The Sigma Kappa Sorority welcomed these new trophies by capturing all four of them. In the Men's Division, the Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity captured the coveted All-Campus trophy with an all sport total of 585-U3 points. Kappa Alpha Fraternity was runner-up with 514 points. SPORT FRATERNITY LEAGUE INDEPENDENT LEAGUE 'Football ' l t Sigma Phi Epsilon Jelly Beans Basketball Phi Kappa Tau Clowns Volleyball Kappa Alpha Midgets Track Phi Kappa Tau Jelly Beans Horseshoes Phi Kappa Tau ................................ Ping Pong Phi Kappa Tau ................................ Softball Lambda Chi Alpha Jelly Beans and APO Bob Stout, Pbi Kappa Tau V Nancy Berning, Sigma Kappa Upper, First row: Marilyn Jeppson, Polly Custis, Charmon Hacker, Mickey Minsterl, Libby Bridgwater, Mary Lou Rompf; Second row: Pat Brockman, Doris Russell, Lindsay Crittenden, Dixie Reagan, Ann Glass, Norma Ridgway; Third row: June Kleesattel, Lafon Weller, Doris Farley, Jane Ann Dudgeon, Penny Benner, Charlene Shackelford, Marilyn Ferguson. Lower, Pint row: Jo Ann Smith, Oneida Carden, Jewel Helton, Betsy Leachman, Nancy Dorsey, Marilyn Camp; Second row: Eloise Camp, Louise Whitney, Delwin Kellerman, Mitzi Born- wasser, Kaye Roberts, Mary McAfee, Cris Hassold; Third row: Arlene Keith, Phyllis Keith, Barbara Dearing, Jacque Adams, Connie Darms, Ann Hart, Corkie Kirkham. Clai Omegak open home in the fall CHI OMEGA SORORITY was founded April 5, 1895 at the University of Arkansas, Fayette- ville, Arkansas. Beta Gamma is one of one hundred and twelve chapters and was estab- lished on the campus of the University of Louis- ville in 1929. OFFICERS Preiz'dent ................................ Marilyn Jeppson Vice Pren'dem ........................ Mitzi Bomwasser Secretary ...................................... Doris Russell Treamrer ........................ Charlene Shackelford Pledge Mijtreu ...................... Norma Ridgway Faculty Advimr .............. Mr. Gregory Pritchard A South Sea Island party at tbe CM 0 Home. DELTA ZETA SORORITY was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, October 24, 1902. Beta Gamma Chapter, one of seventy- five, was established on the University of Louis- ville campus in 1928. OFFICERS Prexz'denz ........................................ Betty Quinn SeweMry .................................... Jean Chandler Treamrer ...................................... Shirley Kunz Rush Chairman ........................ Rachel Crutcher Betty Quinn, Prexident Let? harmonize! Well, come on in! Sorry, I loxt my bead! Fim row: Shirley Kunz, Betty Johnston, Martha Breland, Betty Quinn. Second row: Martha Renfrow, Jean Chandler, Era McGough, Cris Stone. Upper, First row: Shirley Whitlock, Florence McCall, Nancy McIlvaine, Delores Clark, Sue Tablet; Second Row: Doris June Allen, Carol Cochran, Maynette Bailey, Joan Laurie, Judy Martin, Beth Keister. Lou'er, Fm; row: Elaine Davis, Martha Lyons, Sandra Thomp- son, Jerri Triplett, Martha Pedigo, Beverly McGrath; Second row: Betty Bowles, Betty Mohns, Judy Shelton, Shirley Warns, Shirley Gatton, Valeria Stopinsky. -mm . Kappa Delta President, Maynette Bailey KAPPA DELTA SORORITY was founded Oc- tober 23, 1897 at State Female Normal School, Farmville, Virginia. Alpha Xi Chapter, one of eighty, was established on the University of Louisville campus in 1928. OFFICERS President ................................. Maynette Bailey Vice Pren'dem . ....................... Nancy McIlvaine S ecremry .................................... Carol Cochran Treamrer .............................. Valeria Stopinsky lea Chairman .......................... Shirley Warns Editor .......................................... Judy Shelton Well, come on in! p1 BETA PHI SORORITY was founded on April 28, 1867 at Monmouth, Illinois. Kentucky Alpha Chapter, one of ninety-seven, was estab- lished on the University of Louisville campus October 9, 1925. OFFICERS Pren'dem .................................... Nancy McCoy Vice President .................................. Betty Allio Correxpondz'ng Secretary ........ Martha McIntosh Recording S ecremry ................ Nancy Christman Treczmrer ........................................ Ann Alvey Nancy McCoy, Prelident C omemmtion! R elaxation! Fim row: Martha McIntosh, Betty Allio, Nancy Mullin, Jackie Emch, Ann Bowen, Pat Beasley, Ann Haynes. Second row: Martha Eller, Ruth Dentinger, Sara McGrath, Debby Blair, Sandy Long, Brooksie Lucas, Nancy McCoy. Third 10w: Nancy Christman, Louise Camentz, Nancy Carnighan, Phyllis Payne, Sue Ellen Broadus, Barbara Evans, Blanche Ware, Sally Schlundt, Ann Alvey, Sabra Hansen. Upper, Fin: row: Patricia Conboy, Jonelle Jones, Margaret Moll; Second row: Carol Deateale, Barbara Adams, Lucy Bern- ing, Joan Mohlenkamp, Yvonne Neff, Patricia Beuning; Third row: Betty Lee Ashberry, Patricia McDevitt, Doris Acres, Ann Ford, Helen Mohlenkamp, Joyce Ann Marrillia. Lower, Fimf row: Pat Hamberry, Ann Bowling, Barbara Craw- ford; Second row: Mary Ann Mayer, Marlene Goldner, Mar- garet Hamilton, Patti Moore, Jo Ann Fravel; Third row: Nanette Fitzpatrick, Nancy Berning, Carolyn Runyan, Barbara Duerr, Eleanor McFarland. Getting ready far Clarixtmm SIGMA KAPPA SORORITY was founded No vember 9, 1874 at Colby College, Waterville, Maine. Alpha Theta Chapter, one of eighty- five, was established on the campus of the Uni- versity of Louisville in 1922. OFFICERS Prexidem .................................. Barbara Adams 1523 Vice President ...................... Carol Deateale 2nd Vice Prexidem ............. Ann Jones Bowling Recording Secretary ............ Joan Mohlenkamp Corresponding Secretary ...... Margaret Hamilton Treasurer .................................. Barbara Duetr Preparing for a Wednesday night date. ZETA TAU ALPHA SORORITY was founded on October 15, 1898 at Virginia State Normal College, Farmville, Virginia. Beta Lambda Chapter, one of eighty-nine, was established on the University of Louisville campus in 1927. OFFICERS Prexidem ................................ Mary Lou Shickli Vice Pren'dent ............................ Jo Anne Elmes Secretary ........................................ Betty Wolfe Treasurer ...................................... Patti Benton Edito-r-Hixtorian ........................ Dorothy Dillon Mary Lou Shickli, Preyidem WlJixtle while you work! 019, I jmt made another Canaxml First row: Judy Harley, Natalie L. Claycombe, Patti Benton, Ann Wimberg, Jo Ann Elmes, Betty Eads, Jeanne Yunk, Ruth Rice. Second row: Mary Lou Shickli, Douglas Sleadd, Betty Wolfe, Dot Dillon, Joanne German, Mary Ruth Stephenson, Shirley Shelton. Fin: row: Susie Freidlander, Joyce Burris, Betty King, Mary O Nan, Connie Beasley, Nellie Patterson; Second row: Norma Lawson, Ruth McKim, Mary Campbell, Margot McDowell, Pat Carter, Betty Blostein, Nancy Gault; Third row: Shirley Kallbrier, Barbara Newland, Joan Jarrett, Jean Jarrett, Margaret Streipe, Claudia Francisco. Not pictured: Fadel Freidlander. CARDINALETTES THE CARDINALETTES, a local social group, was founded on the Uni- versity of Louisville campus October 31, 1934. OFFICERS Prelident .................................................................... Margot McDowell Vice President .......................................................................... Joyce Burris Correjpomiing S ecremry .......................................................... Ruth McKim Recording Secretary .............................................................. Betty Blostein Treamrer ........................................................................ Fadel Freidlander Sergeant-al-Armx ........................................................... Claudia Francisco A cofee shampoo for N ellie! Time for a chat wfom meeting. INDEPENDEN T STUDEN T ASSOCIATION THE INDEPENDENT STUDENT ASSOCIATION was founded nationally in 1939 and the Independent Woments organization on the University of Louisville campus was established in February of 1942. It is one of one hundred and forty-three chap- ters of the national organization. OFFICERS Prexidem ................................................................................................. LaQuaeti Goodman Vice Pretidem ................................................................................................... Anna Dodson Secretary ................................................................................................................... Pat Jarett Treamrer .......................................................................................................... Joanne Bader S ocial Chairman .............................................................................................. Goldie Ramsey Pint row: Anna Dodson, Joyce Marie Wayne, Betty Stoess, June Ambrose, Yvonne L. Taber, Rose Paalz, Goldie Ramsey, LaQuae'ti Goodman; Second row: Barbara Terrell, Delores Brown, Joanne Bader, Florence Saltzman, Patricia Jarett, Anneliese HuEman, Bonnie Gearhiser, Dee Smith. tLeft picturd A party with plenty of food! tRiglat picturet The Independent: on a trip to 12th orical platen DELTA SIGMA THETA D ELTA SIGMA THETA was founded on January 13, 1913. The Xi Chapter was estab- lished at the Louisville Municipal College in 1933. Sealed: Ruth Morris. Left to right: Delores Gordon, Joan Harris, Cordelia Hughes, Vice Pres; Alberta Robinson, Pres.; Priscella James, Treas.; Martha Brown, Gwendolyn Reynolds, Secy. 5; . V w? . , h, . - Fin; row: Anita Gholstein, Vice Pres.; Pearl Robinson, Secy. Exam time! Second row: Julia Harris, Pres.; Merle Smith. Not pictured: Hen- rietta Hyatt, Treas. ZETA PHI BETA ZETA PHI BETA was founded in 1920. The Delta Alpha Chapter was established at the Louisville Municipal College in 1934. Seated, left to right: Jewel Helton, Nancy McCoy, Marilyn Jeppson, Inge Hirscheimer, Jeanne Yunk. Standing: Maynette Bailey, Pat Beasley, Pat Brockman, Selma Goodman, Margot McDowell, Shirley Warns, Betsy Berry. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL Left to right, :eated: Edsel Lightsey, Walter Crawford, Tom Ransdell, James Hansford 111, Mark Sextor, Bill Charles, Eddie Mack Miller, Irvin Herman, Robert Millen. Standing: Wilbur Goatley, Don Martin, Kenny Brannon, Al Heuser, Jimmy Senn, Jim Green, Louis Straub, Dean Morton Walker. A helpful bin! concerning xtudiex. A pep rally ypomored by the DU . Fin! row-Lawrence Zehnder,Ge0rge H. Yenowine, Don Baker, Don Clyde Murray, L. J. Klein, Sonny Jackson, Jim Carter, Bruce Baird. Second row-E. Mack Miller, Dan C. Ulmer, Thomas Gillespie, Robert R. Miller, Robert J. Yunk, Frank Grdnic, Mar- vin S. Katzman, Jimmie Taylor. Third row-Edward R. Harmon, William L. Coyne, Jack Hunt, Paul L. Seyfrit, Sam Moss, Fred Klapheke, Jim Gardner, Norvin Green, Marvin Gray, Norwood Ford. DELTA UPSILON FRATERNITY was founded at Williams College in 1854. Louisville Chapter, one of seventy, was established on the University of Louisville campus December 12, 1949. OFFICERS PreJidem ............................ Eddie Mack Miller Vice President ............................ Sonny Jackson Pledge Mayter ............................ Clyde Murray Recording Secretary ........................ Bob Miller Treasurer .................. , ................. Norvin Green Correxpandmg Secretary .................. L. J. Klein Home Manager ........................... Jim Pinkham Chapter Editor .............................. Marvin Gray S ergeam-at-Army .................. George Yenowine H iJ t0ria-n .......................................... Bob Yunk Eddie Mack Miller, Prejidem I . DELTA upsuou , i KAPPA ALPHA ORDER was founded on December 21, 1865 at Washington and Lee University. Beta Omicron Chapter, one of seventy-five, was estab- lished on the University of Louisville campus in 1921. OFFICERS I ............................................ Jim Senn II .......................................... Bill Long III ................................ Milton Rogers IV ...................................... Jack Lynch V .............................. Buddy Washbum VI ............................ George Simmons VII ......................... ...Charles Daniels VIII .................................. Red Likens IX .................................... Jack Becker Oh, come on, tlmfl not :1 businem call! Where am we put it??? Fin; row: Marvin E. Likens, Sal L. Terrano, George Simmons, Jim Senn, William A. Kantlehner, Jr. Second row: Larry B. Rosenberg, Hatchet A. Smith, Wilbur H. Wood, JL, Charles R. Daniels, John E. Lynch, Fred Garrett. Third row: John L. Becker, Jess Hocker, Alfred C. Wohlfort, Gorden D. Price, Doug Jefferson, Lynn Mitchell, Bill Long, Hal B. Washburn, JL, Milton B. Rogers. Upper, Fin! row: Warren Kemper, Wallace Rubey, William Hirschfeld, William R. Charles, William E. Juckett, William S. Weir, James E. Wessel, E. Garden West; Second row: John Marchica, J. K. Lawson, Phillips Rowe, John Volkerding, Robert B. King, David A. Jones, Gorden D. Betts, Bob Cam- bron; Third row: William Joule, Ray Glass, John W. Yarbo, W. Cary Thompson, Thomas E. Pfau, Bill Dohrman, William D. Timberlake, Roger L. Barker, John B. Peck. Lower, First row: Don Daunhauer, Tom Bowling, George Mahan, Bill Rivera, Filson Daeuble, Tom Wetterer, Robert J. Thomas, Peter Beneke; Second raw: Richard M. Sakal, Hugh Potter, Art Henson, George J. Feltovitch, Richard Palmer, C. Richard Ward, Russell A. Miles, Edward O. Fallis; Third row: George Heffner, Cornelius Hibbitts, Jack K. Chastian, Vandy M. Powell, Edward L. Hammond, Horace Harding, Bill Howard, Arthur L. O Meara. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA FRATERNITY was founded at 22 Joy Street, Boston, Massachusetts. The Zeta Sigma Zeta Chapter is one of one hundred and thirty-eight and was established on the campus of the University of Louisville on April' 3, 1948. OFFICERS Prejidem ............................ William R. Charles Vice President .............................. John B. Peck Secretary ................................. Robert B. King Treasurer ................................ Gorden D. Betts S ocial Chairman ................ T homas E. Wetterer lea Chairman .................... Thomas E. Juckett Ritualz'st ................................. Edward O. Fallis Faculty Advixor ..................... John M. Houchins William R. Charles, President A quick game before clam. pm KAPPA TAU FRATERNITY was founded March 17, 1906, at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Beta Beta Chapter, one of seventy-five, was established on the University of Louisville campus March 30, 1947. OFFICERS President ........................................ A1 Heuser Vice President .............................. Jim Dortoh Secretmy ...................................... Ted Guiglia Treasurer .................................... Bill Douglas A favorite pledge duty? Upper, first row: Bob Carter, Doug Sanford, Bill GriHin, Ronald Mather, John Hoar, Mike Stewart, Hank Daugherty, Skip Rat- terman. Second few: Dick Stone, Bill McCord, Frank Brinegar, Robert Simms, A1 Heuser, Charles Jett, Bert Thompson, Tom Neblett, Maurice Trautwein. Third 10w: Jack Carpenter, Bob Davis, Dan Mooney, Bill Goodknight, Jess Robins, Bruce Long, Louie Bauer, Larry Lankford, Bill Cress, Fred Burton, Jack Fisher, F. P. Farmer. Lower, fin! row: Bill Cole, Sonny Crabb, Jim Greene, Teddy Trautwein, T. Lee Adams, Duke Helleringer, Gary Caufield, Neville Caudill. Second row: Dewey Bunting, Bill Mitchell, Jim Dorton, Ted Guiglia, Joe Eckert, Jim Deddens, Kenny Arnold, Burt Monroe, Jim Miller. Third row: Bill Douglas, Brown Cullen, Bob Bossung, Joe Myers, Buddy Humphreys, Don Romans, Bill Phelan, Bill Vonderhaar, John Alvey, War- ren Smith, Charlie Potts, Bob George. p1 KAPPA PHI FRATERNITY was founded at College of Charlestown, Charlestown, South Carolina, December 10, 1904. Beta Gamma Chapter, one of fifty, was established on the University of Louisville campus in 1949. OFFICERS Prejz'dent .................................. W. T. Ransdell Treamrer .................................. A. P. Weisbach Secretary .......................................... C. A. Rose Historian .................................... J. W. Oglesby Chaplain .................................... T. P. Johnson Warden ........................................ R. A. Moers W. T. Ransdell, President SIGMA PHI EPSILON FRATERNITY was founded on November 1, 1901 at: Richmond, Virginia. Kentucky Beta Chapter, one of one hundred and eight, was established on the Uni- versity of Louisville campus March 17, 1947. OFFICERS Prexident .................................. Donald Martin Vice President .............................. Robert Wolfe Comptroller ................................ Tom Costello Historian ........................................ Dan Burke Secretary ...................................... Jim Tierney Guard ................................................ Joe Pauli Senior Marxlmll ...................... Kenny Schuppert Junior Marshall .......................... Willie Reams Donald Martin, Prexident Keeping pledgex in line i; a hard job. Fryberger practice????? Firm? row: Willie L. G. Reams, John B. Neblett, James E. Costello, JL, Cecil B. Myers. Second row: Hugh G. Ran- dall, Randall M. Bowman, Don Stewart, Jim Tierney, Robert M. Wolfe, Larry Mehr. Third row: John W. Hummel, Joe Pauli, Dan Burke, Bert Zimlich, Don Martin, Ray Schuppert, Torn Costello. g Bending elbows! A job big enough for two! Upper: Fm; 1'0w John Albert Stouder, William Carl Fust, Rodulfo Pantoja Enrique. Second row-Coy H. Arnold, James M. Gatman, Robert P. Beliles, Kenneth B. Brannon, Joe Overhultz. Third row-Douglas C. Bell, Robert C. Cole, Charles H. Crowe, Edwin L. DeYoung, Ronald L. Myles. TAU KAPPA EPSILON FRATERNITY was founded on January 10, 1899 at Illinois Wes- leyan University, Champaign, Illinois. Alpha Chi Chapter, one of ninety-flve, was established on the University of Louisville campus on Sep- tember 12, 1942. OFFICERS Prexident ................................ Kenny Brannon Vice President ............................... Joe Overhultz S ecremry .................. . .................... Jim Gatman Treamrer ................................... Ronald Myles H ijtorz'zm ................................. Edwin DeYoung Pledge Master .................................. Bob Beliles Chaplain ........................................ Coy Arnold S ergeant-zzt-Armx ............................ Bob Illaria Kenneth Brannon, President THETA TAU was founded in 1904 and the Delta Beta Chapter was established at the Uni- versity of Louisville in 1939. OFFICERS Regent .............. Edward Green Vice Regent ............ Allen Fine Sche .................. Harry Carrol Treamrer ................ Bob Teeter C orrespondin g S ecremry Bob Ross Ed Green, Regent of Delta Beta Chapter of Theta Tau. -1.IHETA "W i, Upper picture, 16m row: Cracraft, Hoertz, Ernst, Hollins, Fine, Birdseye, Benfield, Jefferson. Second row: Hubbard, McIntyre, Sanders, Wahking, Ross, Lieber, Brewer, Roehrig, Adams, Wade. Third row: Berry, Green, Beason, Sheehan, Ahrens, Bradley, Teeter, Metzler, Pfeifer, Neely, Bryan, Carrell. Lower picture, fim: row: Cohen, McIntyre, Snowball, Huch, Kenney, Fowler, Davis, Call. Second row: Boswell, Bradley, McCabe, Eberhard, Hughes, Kraft, Johnson, Meyer, Kiper, Brown. Third row: Denker, Olsson, Nalley, Gold, Finch, Schwalbe, Wright, Hollister, Elder, Hausman. TRIANGLE FRATERNITY was founded in 1907. The chapter at the University of Louisville was established in 1941. OFFICERS Pren'dem ................ Walter L. Crawford Vice Prexz'dem ................ Donald Rupp Secretary ...................... Donald Rickert Treasurer ........................ John Mitchell Walter L. Crawford, Prexident H erek to yd! Imt like taking an exam! Upper picture, first row: Don Rupp, Ben Martin, Ray Der Mott, Bill Ulrich, Bill Brown, Erwin Herschkowitz. Second row: Tom Bossler, Harry O'Donnell, Joe Welker, Jim Grogan, Harold Taylor, Jim McElhattan, Addison Smith, Walter Craw- ford. Third row: Kenneth Stead, Perry Noe, Jim Baskett, John Mitchell, Eugene Wells, Donald Rickert, Donald McIntosh, Frank Campbell. KAPPA ALPHA PSI was founded on January 5, 1911, at Indiana University. The Alpha Omicron Chapter was established in Louisville in 1933. OFFICERS Prexident .............................................................. Robert Millen Vice Prejz'dem .................................................... George Walker Secretary-Tremurer ............................................ Robert Holmes KAPPA ALPHA PSI Left to right: Robert Leo Millen, Hardie Griggs, Wilbert Hayes, JL, Howard Reed, JL, Thaddeus Reed, V. Clarence Marlowe, George W. Walker, Robert K. Holmes, Sherman S. Smith. Left to right, firxt row: Ronald Snyder, Arthur Horowitz, Robert Kramer, Joel Kudler, Stanley Benovitz. Second row: Saul Schenker, Robert Keis- ler, Gilbert Goldberg, Irvin Herman, Martin Cohn, Leonard Pine. SIGMA ALPHA MU SIGMA ALPHA MU FRATERNITY was fOunded at City College of New York on November 19, 1909. Mu Delta Chapter, one of fifty-two chap- ters, was established on the University of Louisville campus in 1945. OFFICERS Prejident ............................................................................ I. M. Herman Exchequer . .. ..... Joel Kudler Recorder ........................................................... Leonard Pine Member: of Sigma Alpha Mu took. pm "active" part in All-Univerxity Day. WAN DERIN G GREEKS Left to right, MI: row: Bill Burbank, Phi Delta Theta; Louis R. Straub, Phi Delta Theta; Tom Speckman, Delta Kappa Epsilon; Val House, Phi Delta Theta. Second row: Anthony Woodson, Sigma Nu; Ray Remmers, Sigma Chi; Walter Ben- nett, Phi Kappa Sigma. Q V ANDERING GREEKS, a local organization of fraternity men whose fraternities have no chapter on this campus, was established on the University of Louisville campus in 1946. OFFICERS Prejidem ............................... Louis R. Straub Vice Prexiden! ........................ Walter Bennett S ocz'al Chairman .......................... Bill Burbank Secretary-Treamrer ................... Charles Reise Alumni Secretary ..................... Gene Stewart Warden ......................................... Val House Athletic Chairman ........................ Joe Leibson A ggrem'om being worked 01? during Tloe price of lowing a AlZ-Univemity Day! chariot race! , . ALPHA PHI OMEGA, National Scout Service Fraternity, was founded in 1926 at Pennsylvania. FALL OFFICERS Prelidem ........... 1x: Vice Prexident 2724 Vice Prexident Robert Laufer Secretary . Clinton Johnston Treasurer .. ..Martin Margulis Sergeant-at-Arm: . ........ Joe Sabel Historian ............. .Maurice Rabb SPRING OFFICERS President ................................ Clinton Johnston 1:; Vice Prejidem ........... Connie Westerfield 2nd Vim President" ' Secretary ................ Tredmrer ............. ...John Knadlet Sergeant-at-Arm: . .Irvin Bronner Hixtoricm . ........... Maurice Rabb Left to right, 151's! row: Robert Wathen, Pelley Lerman, Irvin Brenner, Harris Berman, Frank Reesor. Second row: Clinton Johnston, Robert Laufer, Robert Ryan, William Joule, Noel Lykins, Kenneth Weber. Third row: Joseph Sabel, Martin Margulis, John Knadler, Maurice Rabb, Raymond Ressman. ALPHA PHI OMEGA Mm mm M , H m m Vb! mam. e. um Ax , Wimu, 1 , My my .. -v m Mm MM $3; umA Chow you. an4a m... n; ' M w: h mm. . MWL COLLEGE for ARTS "AND SCIENCES Dr. Guy Stevenson, Acting Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, also con- tinues to hold his position as Director of the Gradu- ate School and Head of the Department of Mathemat- ics. Dr. Stevenson received his M.A. from Georgetown College and PhD. from the University of Illinois. F ACULTY LT. COL. JAMES R. BLACK- WELL, U.S.M.C., B.S., Assoc. Prof. of Naval Science. MAX 1. BOWMAN, A. B., M S., Ph.D. Assoc. Prof. of Chemistry. MARY E. BURTON, B A., M. A., Ph..,D Prof. of English. GROVER L. CORLEY, B.,,A M..,A Ph.D, Prof. of Chemistry. KATHLEEN DRUMMOND, B. S., M. S, Inst. of Secretarial Science. M. R. EMBERGER, B..A, M..,A Asst. Prof. of English. W. F. FURNISH, A..B M..,D Assoc. Prof. of Biology MARION R HALL, A..,B M..,A Inst. of English. CHARLES HARDESTY, A..,B M..,A Inst. of Economics. ERNEST HASSOLD, B. A., M. A, P..,hD Head of the Dept. of English REUEL HEMDAHL, B.A. Ph. D., Assoc. Prof. of Political Science. LAWRENCE L. HOWE, A..,B LL.B M.A., Ph D., Assoc. Prof. of History. WILLIAM C HUFFMAN, B. S., M.S. Ph..D, Asst. Prof. of Eco- nomics-Commerce. RICHARD M. KAIN, B A, M. A., P..,hD Prof. of English LEONARD KOESTER M..,A Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. of German. ROMUALD KRAUS, Asst. Prof. of Sculpture. HARVEY B. LOVELL, B.A., M.A. Ph.D., Prof. of Biology. ELIZABETH MAYO. B. A., M. S., Inst. of Physics. CHARLES 0. McMAHON, BA., M..,A Prof. of Romance Lan- guages. RUTH S. MITCHELL A..B, M..,A Inst. of Psychology. BELKNAP CAMPUS has been the home of the College of Arts and Sciences since 1924. Before this time it had been known as the Jefferson Seminary since 1798. The Arts and Sciences College is the largest and most varied school of the University 'and has continued to improve its physical facilities. Though most of the students still come from Louisville and the neighboring areas, every section of the United States and numerous countries outside of America are represented in the College. The main attraction at Belknap Campus is the opportunity for a liberal education and training for the pro- fessional and graduate schools. Faculty not pictured: Carl E. Abner, B.A., M.A. Carl E. Adams, B.S.E., M.S., Ph.D J. Robert Allen, A.B., M.Ed. Margaret Allison, B.A. Robert B. Ammons, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Carol Ammons, B.A., M.S. P81131111 F. Angiolillo, B.A., M.A., Jean Appenzellas, B.S., M.S. Morris Bein, B.A., M.A. Justus Bier, Ph.D. R. L. Birdwhistell, B.A., M.A. Ray H. Bixler, B.Ed., M.A. Esther L. Bossung, B.S., M.S. Helen Boswell, B.S., M.A. Paul H. Bowman, A.B., A.M., B.D William F. Braash, Jr., B.S., M.A. John R. Broderius, B.A., Ph.D. C. E. Burkhead, A.B., M.A. Frank Camp, B.A., M.A. Omer Carmichael, B.'A., M.A. Lt. Comm. M.D. Carmvdy, A.B. William M. Clay, B.A.. M.A., Ph.D. Gerald A. Cole, A.B., M.S., Ph.D. William F. Coslow, B.S., M.A. John R. Craf, B.S., M.S., M.A., Ph.D. Walter Crease, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. P. A. Davies, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Erwin Detjen, B.S., M.A. Carol W. Dowell, B.A., M.P.A. John Dromo, B.Ph. J. D. Dunn, B.A. Ruth Dunn, B.S., M.A. Andrew P. Dustin, B.A. William Ekstrom, B.A., M.A., I.A.. Bh.D. Mrs. Frances Eubanks, M.S. Mary Jo Fink, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. W. Clarence Ford, A.B., M.S. Lt. J. L. From, Jr., B.S. William F. Furnish, A.B., M.D. Creighton Gilbert, B.A. Capt. Graham C. Gill, U.S.N., B.S. Rollin E. Godfrey, B.A., M.A. Thomas Godfrey, B.S., M.A. Frances S. Goldsmith, B.S., M.S. Fortuna Gordon, B.A., M.A., Ph.D Judson Gray, B.A., M.S. James E. Green, A.B., M.A. Roy Griffin, Lecturer in Swimming Katharine Hall, B.S., M.S. Sue Hall, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. George H. Hallman, B.S., M,A. John Heldman, J22. B.A., M.A. Gerhard Herz, Ph.D. Bernard Hickman, B.S., M.A. Grant Hicks, A.B., M.A. Lt. Com. C. A. Hoffman, B.S., M.A. Arland A. Hotchkiss, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Noble H. Kelley, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Raymond A. Kemper, B.A., M.A. Louis C. Kesselman, B.A., M.A. Ph.D. Fred W. Kniffin, A.B., M.B.A. Robert I. Kutak, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Albert J. Latham, A.B., M.S., Ph.D. David Lawrence, B.A., M.A. Eugene Leake. Katherine Lewis, A.B., B.S. Ralph A. Loring, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. John W. McCarthy, A.B., B.D., M.Ed., Ph.D. Josephine M. McKee, B.S., M.A. William C. Mallalieu, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Boyd Martin. David W. Maurer, A.B., Ph.D. Austin R. Middleton, B.A., Ph.D. Donald F. Moore, M.D. FACULTY DORIS NICKEL, B.S.. M.S., Inst. of Secretarial Science. C. H. PARRISH, B.A., M.A.. Ph.D., Prof. of Sociology. CLYDE W. SWINK. B.S., M.S.. Inst. of Psychology. SIDNEY D. TERR, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof. of History. WILLIAM F. THOMPSON. B.S.. M.S., Asst. Prof. of Economics- Commerce. HILDA THRELKELD, B.A., M.A., LL.D., Ph.D., Dean of Women, Acting Head of Dept. of Education. FRANK M. VICROY, B.S., M.A.. Ph.D., Asst. Prof. of Sociology. ULFERT S. WILKE, M.A., Asst. Prof. of Painting. RICHARD H. WILEY, A.B., M.S., LL.B., Ph.D., Head of the Dept. of Chemistry. RAYMOND WILSON, JR., A.B., Ph.D., Asst. Prof. of Math. Walter L. Moore, B.A., M.A., Ph. . Elenor Morrison, B.S., M.S. Mary S. Nay, B.A Robert Neville, A.A., B.A. Sam Noe, A.B., M.A. Gilbert S. Ohlmann, B.A., M.A. J. J. Oppenheimer, B.S., MAA., Ph.D. William Peden, B.S., C.P.A., LL.B George Perle, B.M., M.M. Nelle F. Peterson. Sigfred Peterson, B.S., Ph.D. John P. Phillips, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Lt. R. R. Price, B.S. Major Hugh Ray, B.A. George H. Reed, B.S., LL.B. Jarrett Ringham, M.D. C. A. Rubado, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Edmond R. Schlesinger, LL.D. George H. Seferovich, B.S., M.B.A. Gradus L. Shoemaker. A.B., M.S., P James U. Smith, LL.B. Newton Smith, B.S., Ph.D. Paul E. Sparks, B.S., M.A. Frank H. Stallings, B.S., M.A. Frederick W. Stamm, B.A., M.A., M.B.A. Guy Stevenson, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Weldon Stone, B.A., M.A. Woodrow M. Stickler, B.S., M.B.A. Athol Lee Taylor, LL.B. Bruce B. Vance, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Charles J. Vettiner, B.A. Estelle Volin, A.B., M.A. Martin Wagner, A.B., A.M., A.B., A M Major Andrew J. Walton. Robert A. Warner, A.B., Ed.M., Ph.D. H. Sherwood Warwick, Jr., B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Inez Webb, B.S., M.S. Harvey C. Webster, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. John J. Weisert, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Sarah B. Wellington, B.S., M.Ed. J. E. Wheeler. Constance C. Willis. Clark Wood. B.A., M.A. Rodgers Wyckoif, A.B., M.B.A. Mary M. Wyman, S.B., A.M. David Young, B.A., M.S. HONORS OF 1951 GRADUATION RECIPIENTS OF 1951 AWARDS JAMES C. BOWLING Arts and Sciences Student Council Outstanding Citizenship Trophy Award. DOROTHY BRIDGWATER Sigma Kappa Outstanding Senior Woman Award, Arts and Sciences Student Council Outstanding Citizenship Trophy Award. BILL CRADDOCK Arts and Sciences Student Council Distinguished Campus Service Award. POLLY CUSTIS Mortar Board's Outstanding Freshman Award. JAMES ECKERT Arts and Sciences Student Council Distinguished Campus Service Award. NETTIE LOU GRAHAM Arts and Sciences Student Council Distinguished Campus Service Award. FRANK GRDNIC Arts and Sciences Student Council Distinguished Campus Service Award. ARTHUR RINGO Woodcock Society1s Senior Scholastic Award SENIORS SANDER M. ABEND, New York, N. Y., Zoology, Transfer from N.Y.U.; A.E.D.; Philosophy Club; Cardinal. BARBARA ADAMS, Louisville, Ky., Elementary Education, Sigma Kappa, Rec. Sec., Treas., Pres.; Mortarboard, Vice Pres.; W. R.A.; Panhellenic Council, Sec. ., Vice Pres. ., Pres.; Women s Leaguei , I. R. C.; Pep Club; Who 5 Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. JACQUE ADAMS, Middlesboro, Ky., Elementary Education, Transfer from Brenau College; Chi Omega, Soc. Chin; Pep Club; W.R.A.; Women's League. FRANK ADAMS, Louisville, Ky., English, Playshop. JUNE ALLEN, Valley Station, Ky., Chemistry, Kappa Delta, Pres., Scholarship Chm, Cultural Chin, Dance Chr., Parliamentarian; Pep Club; Womenis League, W.R.A.; Medical Sc. Club; American Chem. Soc.; B.S.U. STILES ALLEN, Louisville, Ky, Chemistry, Alpha Epsilon Delta; Theta Chi Deltac, Treas. , American Chem. Soc, Treasn , Med. Sc. Club. BETTY ALLIO, Anchorage, Ky., Psychology, Pi Beta Phi, Vice Pres. JAMES ALVEY, Louisville, Ky., Chemistry. THOMAS ASH, Louisville, Ky., Health and RE. CHARLES ASHER, Middletown, Ohio, P.E., Lambda Chi Alpha; Football Team; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. CLAY BAIRD, Louisville, Ky., Elementary Ed., Trans- fer from Ky. Wesleyan College. JOSEPH A. BAUER, Louisville, Ky., Chemistry, American Chem. Soc. JUDITH BAUER, Louisville, Ky., Elementary Ed., Transfer from Centre College. BETSY BERE, Louisville, Ky., Home Ec., Transfer from U. of Ky., Independent Women; Panhellenic Council; Home Ec. Club. ROBIN BENHAM, New Albany, Ind., Economics, Transfer from Murray State College and Univ. of Iowa. DELMAR BENNETT, JeEersonville, Ind., Marketing. WALTER DAVIS BENNETT, Louisville, Ky., History, Transfer, Vanderbilt University; Phi Kappa Sigma, Sgt.-at-Arms, Pledgemaster; Wandering Greeks, President; I.F.C.; Eagle and Anchor. JAMES W. BENTON, Owensboro, Ky., Marketing. PATRICIA ELIZABETH BENTON, Louisville, Ky., Sociology, Zeta Tau Alpha; Pep Club; I.R.C.; Playshop: Thoroughbred. SOUTH LEE BEVINS, Louisville, Ky., English, Pre- Med, Medical Science Club. CAROLYN BIBB, Lyndon, Ky., Elementary Educa- tion, Transfer, Hanover College; Alpha Delta Pi; Chorus; Stray Greeks; W.R A. DONAL MICHAEL BILLIG, Brooklyn, N. Y., Biology, Transfer, New York University, Alpha Epsilon Delta. JAMES NICHOLAS BLACKERBY, Stanford, Ky., Zoology, Transfer, Vanderbilt University. MITZI BORNWASSER, Louisville, Ky., English, Chi Omega, Activities Chairman, Rush Chairman, Vice Pres.; Panhellenic Council; Playshop, Vice Pres.; French Club; Little Theater; Canterbury Club; Chorus; I.R.C.; W.R.A.; Mortarboard. EDWARD MILLER BOWLES, 111., Louisville, Ky., Education, B.S.U. ANN JONES BOWLING, Louisville, Ky., English, Sigma Kappa, Social Chairman. Second Vice Pres.; Women's League; W.R.A.; Sweetheart of Lambda Chi; Most Fashion Minded Coed; Miss Thoroughbred of 1952. EARL RANDALL BOWLING, Louisville, Ky., Chem- istry, American Chemical Societ y. WILLARD DONALD BOX, Louisville, Ky., Chemistry, American Chemical Society. SENIORS KENNETH B. BRANNON, Louisville, Ky., English, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres., Vice Pre5., Secretary. Rush Chairman; U.S.C.; I.F.C., Secy.-Treas.: Cardinal, Sports Staff; F.T.A.; O.D.K.; Whois Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. CHARLES BRECKEL, Louisville, Ky., Accounting. JOYCE BRODY, Louisville, Ky., Psychology. Delta Phi Epsilon, Vice Pres., Editor, Cortes. Secy.; Playshop; Philosophy Club; W.R. A.; Womenis League; I...;RC Med. Science Club; I.Z...FA HAROLD D. BROWN, Louisville, Ky., Accounting. SAMUEL E. BRYAN, Louisville, Ky., Physics, Physics Club, President; Thoroughbred, Photographer; Cardinal, Photographer. THOMAS BRYANT, Louisville, Ky., Physical Educa- tion, Basketball, Manager; L. 0111 b. BOB BYRNES, Louisville, Ky., Marketing, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treasurer. ELOISE CAMP, Trenton, Ky., Health and Physical Education, Chi Omega, Personnel Chairman; Cheerleader; Pep Club; Womenis League; VK.R.A.; Robbins Hall Social Chairman; Play- 5 0D. FRANK P. CAMPISANO, Louisville, Ky., Manage- ment, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres.. Treasurer: I.F.C.; Arnold Air Society, Treasurer. JUAN CARBONE, Panama, Panama; Chemistry, Spanish Club; Pan American Club. JOHN R. CARPENTER, 111., Anchorage, Ky., Eco- nomics, Phi Kappa Tau, Social Chairman; Golf Team. WILLIAM R. CHARLES, Louisville, Ky, Zoology, Pre-Dental; Transfer, Wittenberg College; Lamb- da Chi Alpha, Pres., Social Chairman; I..FC., Pres.: Med. Science Club, Pres.; Alpha Phi Omega; I.R.C.; L.S.A.; "Prince Charming of Zeta Tau Alpha"; Runner-Up in Best Dressed Man Contest. EDWIN CHESTNUT, Louisville, Ky., Accounting. NANCY CHRISTMAN, Louisville, Ky., Secretarial Science, Pi Beta Phi, Rush Chairman, Rec. Secy.; I.R.C.; Womenis League; W.R.A., Secy.; Pan- hellenic. KENNETH L. CLANCY, Louisville, Ky., Accounting, Newman Club: Football. NATALIE LANE CLAYCOMBE, Louisville, Ky., Elementary Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, Activities Chairman, Pledge Mistress , Vice Press , Thorough- bred Court; W. R. A., Vice Pres. ., Basketball Chair- man; Womens League; Ky. Athletic Federation of College Women, Rep.; Ky. Association for Health, RE, and Recreation School Delegate. JOHN ORVILLE CLEMENTS, Louisville, Ky., Busi- ness Management, Pi Kappa Phi. WALTER COLE, Hodgenville, Ky., Zoology, A.E.D.; Med Science Club. DOROTHY F. COLEMAN, Louisville, Ky., Elemen- tary Education. EDWARD DANHAUER, Louisville, Ky., Psychology, Delta Upsilon, Historian;Cheer1eader; Pep Club; A. S. S. C.; Newman Club, Treasurer. BARBARA MATHIS COMBS, Louisville, Ky., Secre- tarial Science, Transfer, Florida State University, Alpha Gamma Delta; B. S. U. PATRICIA CONBOY, Louisville, Ky., Zoology, Sigma. Kappa, House Manager: Fryberger Director; Homecoming Chairman; Med Science Club; WR ..;A Women 5 League; Newman Club; I.R.C EDWARD J. CONNELL, Louisville, Ky., Marketing. WILLIAM L. CONWAY, Louisville, Ky., Accounting. CLARENCE E. COOPER, JR., Louisville, Ky., Indus- trial Management. WILLIS BURTON COWLEY, Jeffersontown, Ky., Arts Law, B.S.U., Pres.; Alpha Phi Omega; I.R.C. JOHN M. COX, JR., Louisville, Ky., Accounting. CHARLES HUSTON CROWE, Bradfordsville, Ky., Chemistry, Tau Kappa Epsilon; Med Science Club, ' American Chem. Society. SENIORS R. BROWN CULLEN, Louisville, Ky., Political Science, Phi Kappa Tau; Varsity Golf Team; Secretary of Senior Class. DORA T. CUTRER, Louisville, Ky., Secretarial Science, B.S.U.; Managing Editor of B.S.U. Breeze. CHARLES ROBERT DANIELS, London, Ky., Biology, Kappa Alpha; Med. Science Club. HENRY W. DAUGHERTY, JR., Louisville, Ky., Marketing, Phi Kappa Tau, Cortes. Secy.; Wesley Club; Med. Science Club. MERRILL LEON DAVIS, Louisville, Ky., Physics, Pre-Med, Physics Club; Med Science Club. CAROL DEATEALE, Louisville, Ky., Home Econom- ics, Sigma Kappa, First Vice Pres.; Newman Club; Home Ec. Club; W.R.A. AUSTIN DELMAR, Louisville, Ky. JUA'N'ITA HOLT DENTON, El Dorado, Ark, Human- ltles. EDWIN L. DE YOUNG, Colorado Springs, 0010., Chemistry, Honors, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Historian; O.D.K.; Delta Phi Alpha; Theta Chi Delta, Vice Pres.; Amer. Chem. Society, Pres.; U.S.C.; Board of Student Publications; Cardinal, Feature Writer, Schools Editor, News Editor; A.S.S.C.; ths Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. ANDREW DIERSING, Louisville, Ky., Physical Edu- cation. JEANNE DRABNICK, Louisville, Ky., Secretarial Science, Sigma Kappa; Wesley Club. ANNA EARL DODSON, Lyndon, Ky., Psychology, Independent Women, Membership Chairman, Vice Pres.: Med Science Club, First Vice Pres., Acting 3:34 Pep Club: W.R.A.; Womerfs League; Psi 1. JANET CAROL DOEKER, Louisville, Ky., Spanish, Wesley Club ; Spanish Club; Chorus. BILLY DOUGLAS, Anchorage, Ky., Marketing, Phi Kappa Tau, Treas.; I.R.C.; Pep Club. DUANE MERLE EBY, Louisville, Ky., Chemistry. VIRGINIA DEANE EDENS, Louisville, Ky., History, B.S.U.. Devotional Vice Pres. EDWARD EVANS, Louisville, Ky., Biology. EDWARD OWEN FALLIS, JR., Louisville, Ky., Poli- tical Science, Lambda Chi Alpha, Ritualist; A.F.R.0.T.C., Captain; Arnold Air Society; Can- terbury Club; Static, Managing Editor; Presi- denVs Scholarship. DORIS KIMBEL FARLEY, Louisville, Ky., English; Transfer, Centre College; Chi Omega; I.R.C.; Wesley Club; Thoroughbred; W.R.A.; Women's League. WALTER JOHN FIGHTMASTER, Louisville, Ky., Health and Physical Education, L Club. The beginning of the future N atuml S cience Building. SENIORS NANETTE MARGUERITE FITZPATRICK, Louisville, Ky., English, Sigma Kappa, Vice Pres. of Pledge Class; Women's League; W.R.A.; Newman Club; Dream Girl of Phi Kappa Tau. CHARLES E. FINLEY, Jeffersontown, Ky., Biology. JAMES A. FORD, Louisville, Ky., Physics, Cardinal, Chief Photographer; Thoroughbred, Chief Photo- grapher. JUANITA EVELYN FORD, Louisville, Ky., Elemen- tary Education, F.T.A., Pres.; Marching and Con- cert Bands, B.S.U., Social Chairman; Interdenom- inational Bible Study Group; Religious Council; Womexfs League; I.R.C.; Pan-American Club. RANDLE LEON FORD, Tompkinsville, Ky., Health and Physical Education, Economics, Varsity Basketball; L Club; I.R.C.; B.S.U. ROBERT WARNER FOREE, Louisville, Ky., English. CLAUDIA FRANCISCO, Louisville, Ky., Health and Physical Education, Cardinalette, Sgt.-at-Arms; W.R.A., Representative, Hockey Chairman, In- tramural Head. Extramural Head; First, Second, and Third Year W.R.A. Awards; Hockey, Volley- ball, Basketball and Softball Honorary Team. JAMES A. GARDNER, Louisville, Ky, Accounting, Delta Upsilon. DONALD VINCENT GARRISON, Louisville, Ky., Pre-Dental. MARY JOAN GERMAN, Louisville, Ky., Home Eco- nomics, Zeta Tau Alpha; Women's League; WAR.A.; Newman Club; Latin-American Club; Home Economics Club. JOHN F. GETTLER, Louisville, Ky., Physical Educa- tion, Newman Club; County Folk Dance Society. ANITA F. GHOLSTON, Louisville, Ky., Sociology, Zeta Phi Beta, Anti Basileus; B.S.U.; Womenk League. WILBERT HALE GOATLEY, Louisville, Ky., Mathe- matics. Phi Beta Sigma, Pres.; B S.U. LA GUAETI M. GOODMAN, Louisville, Ky., Zoology, Independent Women, Sec., Vice Pres., Pres.; N.I.S.A., Regional Secy., National Vice Pres.; Womews League; Biology Club, Treas.; Med Science, Secy.: Pep Club; W.R.A., Intramural Board, Volleyball Chm; Delta Phi Alpha; Chorus, Business Manager, Pres; Ky. Society of Natural History; I.R.C.; Madrigal Group. HARVENIA MAE GREEN, Anchorage, Ky., English, Alpha Kappa. Alpha. CHESTER V. HALL, Louisville, Ky., Commerce, Pi Kappa Phi, Pres.; U.S.C., N.S.A. Commission- head; A.F.R.0.T.C.; U. of L. RiHe Team; Air Force RiHe Team; Whtfs Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. CHARLES RAY HAMMOND, Louisville, Ky., Eng- lish, Band, Student Assistant to Director, March- ing Band Director; Band Letter Award; Pi Kappa Omicron, Charter Member, Rec. Secy., Pres.; Originator of Pi K 0 Cultural Advance- ment Award; Band Social Organization, Charter Member, Vice Pres.; Cardinal, Music Critis; Di- rector of Student Aides Bureau for Sesquicenten- nial Celebration; Pep Club; Spanish Club; Vice Pres; English Radio Workshop. TERESA. C. HANLEY, Charlestown, W. Va.. Psy- chology, Transfer, Morris Harvey College. JAMES X. HANSFORD, III, Louisville, Ky., History, Social Science, Alpha Phi Alpha, Pres.; I.F.C.; Y.M.C. Choir. JULIA MAE HARRIS, Louisville, Ky., Chemistry, Archonian Club, Pres.; Zeta Phi Beta, Treas., Pres., Panhellenic, Secy., Treas, Student Council, Secy., Treas., B.S.U.: ths Who Among Stu- dents in American Colleges and Universities. DONALD LEE HARRISON, Clarksville, Ind., Physics. EMMA LUCILLE HAYNES, Louisville, Ky., Sociol- ogy, Wesley Club; Women,s League. NORVETTA JOYCE HAYWOOD, Louisville, Ky., Elementary Education, Transfer, Hanover Col- gge; Alpha. Delta Pi; W,A.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Choral roup. MARION THOMAS HAYWOOD, Louisville, Ky., Marketing, Transfer, Indiana U.; R.0.T.C.; Busi- ness Club; Intramural Activities. CHARLES W. HEBEL, Louisville, Ky., English, Playshop; Religious Council; I.R.C.: Canterbury Club, Vice Pres. DONALD W. HENDRICKS, Lexington, Ind., Physics. SHIRLEY WRAY HENRIOTT, Louisville, Ky., Sec- retarial Science, Chi Omega, Cor. Secy.; Women's League; W.R.A. WILLIAM HICKERMAN, Louisville, Ky. SENIORS BENJAMIN HODGES, Louisville, Ky., Commerce. EARLE HODGES, Louisville, Ky., English. ELIZABETH HOERTH, Louisville, Ky., English. JOHN L. HOLTMAN, Louisville, Ky., Economics. ARTHUR HOROWITZ, Paterson, N. J., Psychology, Sigma Alpha Mu, Pledge Master, House Manager, Social Chairman; Pep Club; Fencing Team. CLYDE RICE HORTON, Louisville, Ky., Commerce. MALCOLM HUBBARD, Leitchfield, Ky. ANNELIESE W. HUFFMAN, Hanan, Germany, Ger- man, Art History, Independent Women; Delta Phi Alpha, Secretary, Social Chairman, Pres; International Center Alumni Association, Treas.; Fencing Club. CORDELIA ELIZABETH HUGHES, Louisville, Ky., English, Delta Sigma Theta, Vice Pres. EDWARD L. HULLETT, Louisville, Ky., Creative Art. CHARLES HUNT, Louisville, Ky. JAMES H. HUMPHREY, Louisville, Ky., English. THOMAS S. HUTSELL, Louisville, Ky., Chemistry, Alpha Epsilon Delta. 11. CLIFFORD JACKSON, Louisville, Ky., Biology, Delta Upsilon, Vice Pres., Rush Chairman, Corres. Secy., Historian, Social Chairman, Homecoming Chairman, Provincial Delegate Convention ; A.S.S.C. ; U.S.C., Progress Commissionhead, Chairman Student Directory, Barbershop Sing Contest, Fryberger Sing, All University Day; Leadership Camp, Arrangements Comm., Med Science Club; L Razors; Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Colleges and Universities. MARILYN JEPPSON, Louisville, Ky., Physical Edu- cation, Chi Omega, Secy., Pledge Mistress, Pres.; W.R.A., Pres., Hockey Chairman, Panhellenic, Ptes.; Vice Pres.; Thoroughbred, Organizations Editor, Co-Greek Editor; Mortar Board; Presby- terian Club; Women's League; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- versities. JOSEPH P. JOHANSEN, Louisville, Ky., Chemistry. ROBERT A. JOHNSON, Louisville, Ky., Marketing, Canterbury Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice Pres., Treas.; A.S.S.C.; Pep Club. ELSIE JONES, Louisville, Ky., English. EDWARD L. KAISER, JR., Louisville, Ky. MAYER KASTLEMAN, Louisville, Ky., Accounting. HERBERT W. KEBSCHULL. St. Joseph, Mich, Eco- nomics, Eagle and Anchor, Pres., Vice Pres.; Delta Phi Alpha; L Club; A.S.S.C.; Varsity Cross Country Team, Captain; Varsity Track Team, Captain; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. ALVIN G. KEMPF, Louisville, Ky., Accounting. HELEN CLARK KENNEDY, Louisville, Ky., Ele- mentary Education, B.S.U. ROBERT E. KING, Louisville, Ky., Marketing. PAUL L. KINSELLA, Louisville, Ky., English, New- man Club. MARCIA KLEIN, Brooklyn, N. Y., Biology, Political Science, Delta Phi Epsilon, Pres., Editor, His- torian; Robbins Hall Student Gov., Vice Pres., Secy; Debate Team, Secy., Treas.; Med Science, Vice Pres.; Political Arena, Secy., Treas.; Mor- tar Board; Panhellenic; Biology Club; I.R.C.; W.R.A4; Woman,s League; F.T.A. NELLIS KRAFT KLEIN, Alabama City, Ala., Eco- nomics, Football, L Club. QUENTIN KORFHAGE, Louisville, Ky., Biology, Med Science Club, Treas.; Senior Class Treasurer. SEN I ORS LILLIAN MAY KORFHAGE, Louisville, Ky., Home Economics, Home Economics Club; Panhellenic; Independent Women; I.R.C.; B.S.U.; Pep Club. RICHARD LOUIS KRAUSS, JR., Louisville, Ky., Marketing, Tau Kappa. Epsilon. MARSHALL KREITMAN, Louisville, Ky., Physics, Alpha Phi Omega; Physics Club, Vice Pres.; Cardinal; Prologue. DALTON L. KUDER, Louisville, Ky., Political Science, N.R.O.T.C.: Eagle and Anchor Society, Treas.; Canterbury Club, Vice Pres. JEFF FRANK KURFEES, 111, Louisville, Ky., Chem- istry, Transfer, Vanderbilt University; Wander- ing Greeks. GEORGE E. KURTZ, Louisville, Ky., Marketing. WILLIAM J. LA FLAM, JR., Louisville, Ky., Econ- omics. JOYCE WATSON LANDON, Louisville, Ky., Elemen- tary Education. ANN R. LARKIN, Louisville, Ky, Elementary Educa- Lion. JAMES W. LAWRENCE, Lyndon, Ky., Commerce, Alpha Phi Omega; Square and Compass Club. EDSEL LIGHTSY, Louisville, Ky., Sociology, Omega Psi Phi, President. MARVIN ELVIS LIKINS, Louisville, Ky., Biology, Kappa Alpha, Knight of Arms VIII; Pep Club; L Razors; Canterbury Club; I.R.C.; Med Science Club. RONALD LOWRY, Pembroke, N. 0., Mathematics. VIVIAN WILSON LUCAS, Louisville, Ky., Sociology. JAMES LYNCH, Louisville, Ky., Industrial Manage- ment, Newman Club. OTTO VICTOR LUCKEY. JR" Louisville, Ky, Ac- counting, B.S.U DONALD E. MARTIN, Louisville, Ky., Marketing, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pres; IF.C. JUDITH ANN MARTIN, Anchorage, Ky., Chemistry, Kappa Delta, Rush Chairman; W.R.A.; Women' 5 League; Pep Club: Panhellenic; Newman Club; Med Science Club. WILLIAM HENRY MASON, SR., Eminence, Ky., Biol- ogy, Football Team; French Club; Biology Club; Alpha Phi Omega. MARY KATHERINE MATHER, Louisville, Ky., Ele- mentary Education, Chorus; Wesley Club, Cortes. Secy.; F.T.A., Vice Pres. BONITA MATTHEWS, Louisville, Ky, Elementary Education. TRAVIS RAY MATTHEWS, Louisville, Ky., Psychol- OgY- WILMITCH CARLYLE MAUPIN, Louisville, Ky., Biology. MARY ANN MAYER,Louisvi11e, Ky., Secretarial Science, Sigma Kappa, Pledge Class Treasurer; Women 5 League; W.R. A. CHARLES McCONNELL, Louisville, Ky. NANCY LOUISE MCCOY, Louisville, Ky., French, Pi Beta Phi, Pres., Pledge Supervisor. Cortes. Secy. , Panhellenic. Secy.; Wesley Club, Pres.: Modern Dance Club, Pres.: French Club, Secy.- Treas.' , U.b S ..:C W...;RA Womens League MARGOT ELLEN McDOWELL, Louisville, Ky., Ele- mentary Education, Cardinalettes, Pres., Vice Pres., Pledge Secy.; Band, Secy, Junior and Senior Councilman, Panhellenic; B...;SU F.T.A.; W.R."A Women's League. MARTHA L. McFADDEN, Louisville, Ky., Spanish. SENIORS STAFFORD P. McGUIRE, Louisville, Ky., Economics. ERA JOAN McGOUGH, Louisville, Ky., Chemistry, Delta Zeta, Secy., House Manager, Corres. Secy., Vice Pres., Pres., Social Chairman; Panhellenic, Pres.; Thoroughbred, Office Staff; W.R.A.; Wo- men's League; Pep Club. EUGENE ALLEN MEADOWS, Lebanon Junction, Ky., Political Science. RICHARD LAWRENCE MEHR, Louisville, Ky., Eng- lish, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Cardinal, Sports Edi- glriA-F'R-O'T'CJ Arnold Air Society; Newman 11 . THOMAS MERIMEE, Louisville, Ky., Elementary Education. DOROTHY MEYER, New Albany, Ind., Elementary Education, Wesley Club; I.R.C.; F.T.A. DAVID C.MILLER, Louisville, Ky., Business Manage- ment, A.F.R.O.T.C. RICHARD L. MILLER, Louisville, Ky., Political Science. LUTHER E. MINYARD, Louisville, Ky., Sociology. BETTIE JEAN MOFFITT, Louisville, Ky., Elementary Education, Transfer, David Lipscomb College; Stray Greek; Chorus: Cardinal; W.R.A.; Pep Club: Women,s League. LESTER RANDOLPH MOISE, Louisville, Ky., Marketing, Cardinal, Sports Editor, Sports Staff; Thoroughbred, Sports Editor; Director of Uni- versity Sports News Bureau; L Razors; Wesley Club; Homecoming Publicity Chairman. JAMCI'iSbE. MONIN, Nolin, Ky., Zoology, Med Science 11 . BURT L. MONROE, JR.. Anchorage, Ky., Biology, Phi Kappa Tau; Eagle and Anchor Society; N.R.0.T.C.: Navy Glee Club; Navy Rifle Team; Navy Drill Team; German Club; Biology Club. DARGAN E. MONTGOMERY, Louisville, Ky., Psy- chology. GWENDOLYN MOORE, Louisville, Ky., Elementary Education. ROSEMARY MOORE, Louisville, Ky., History, F.T.A., Treasurer. ELIZABETH GATES MORAN, Louisville, Ky., French, Pi Beta Phi, Pres. of Pledge Class, Assistant Treas., Treas., Homecoming Chairman, Assistant Fryberger Director; Pep Club, Vice Pres., Co-Homecoming Chairman; Delta Phi Alpha; W.R.A.; French Club, Treas., Pres.; Wo- men,s League; Art League; Mortar Board, Pres. SUSAN MORGENROTH, Louisville, Ky., Mathematics, Delta. Phi Epsilon, Secy. of Pledge Class, Treas., Secy., House Chr., Happy Day Fund Chin, Schol- arship Chm; I.Z.F.A., Treas., Secy., Membership Chin; Women,s League, Cabinet Member, Secy.; I.R.C.; W.R.A.; Pep Club; Mortar Board, Treas.; Delta Phi Alpha.; Board of Student Publications, Secy. ARTHUR N. MEYER, Louisville, Ky., Chemistry, Med Science Club; American Chem. Society. WILLIAM T. MULHALL, JR., Louisville, Ky., Economics. WILLIAM I. MULLANE, JR., Louisville, Ky., Physics, Lambda Chi Alpha; Newman Club; Physics Club. DONALD CLYDE MURRAY, Louisville, Ky., Physics, Delta Upsilon, Pledge Master, Secy.; Delta Phi Alpha; Physics Club. ROBERT EDWARD NABER, Louisville, Ky., Econ- omics and Physical Education, Basketball; L Club. GEORGE NARYSHKIN, Louisville, Ky., Zoology, Transfer, Trenton, N. J. State Teachers College; Zigma Tau Chi; I.R.C.; Med Science Club; Band Social Organization; Band. ROBERT NASH NEBLETT, Louisville, Ky., Com- merce. EDWIN EVERETT NELSON, Louisville, Ky., Busi- ness Administration, Transfer, Boston University. JOAN NEURATH, Louisville, Ky., Fine Arts, Pep Club; Thoroughbred Court. MICHAEL ESTIL O'BRYAN, New Hope, Ky., Econ- omics, Eagle and Anchor Society. SENIORS DORIE MAE OWENS, Louisville. Ky., French, Sigma Kappa, Food Chairman; I.R.C.; B.S.U.: Women's League; W.R.A.; L Razors. ROSE ELIZABETH PAALZ, Louisville, Ky., Secre- tarial Science, Independent Women; Womenk League Cabinet; W.R.A.; I.R.C.; F.T.A. EUGENE POLLEI, Louisville, Ky., Commerce, Can- terbury Club, Vice Pres., Secy., Treas.; Wander- ing Greeks, Vice Pres., Secy., Treas. JOSEPH PARCH, Louisville, Ky. VIRGINIA HART PARKS, Louisville, Ky. - ERNIE PARRISH, Louisville, Ky., History, Delta Phl Alpha, Tress. ROBERT HENRY PASLICK, Louisville, Ky., History, Delta Phi Alpha, Vice Pres.; Chorus; Madrigal Group; Phi Mu Alpha Simphonia. JOHN BURKS PECK, Louisville, Ky., Marketing, Lambda Chi Alpha. Secy., Vice Pres. JENNY BROWN PETERSON, Louisville, Ky., Ele- mentary Education, Transfer U. of K., Stray Greeks. Vice Pres; W.R.A.; I.R.C.; Panhellenic; F.T.A.; Womenk League. MORRIS L. PEYTON, West Liberty, Ky., Chemistry, Med Science; I.R.C.; Pep Club; Alpha Epsilon Delta, Treas. LEONARD PINE, Paterson, N. J., Psychology, Sigma Alpha Mu. Pres., Secy., Pledge Father, Social Chairman; Pep Club, Treas., Pep Rally Chair- man; Fencing Club, Co-Captain; Carnival Com- mittee. BETTY QUINN, Louisville, Ky, Elementary Educa- tion, Delta Zeta, Pres.; Panhellenic; A.S.S.C.; W.R.A.; Women's League; Playshop. WILLIAM THOMAS RANSDELL, Louisville, Ky., Commerce. Pi Kappa Phi, Pres., Treas., Assistant Treas.; I.F.C., Vice Pres., Secy., Treas.; Can- terbury: Playshop; Pep Club; Religious Council. ERNEST RECTOR, Louisville, Ky., Elementary Edu- cation. GWENDOLYNN HORTENSE REYNOLDS, Louisville, Ky., Sociology, L.M.C. S.C.; Intramural Sports Rep.; Delta Sigma Theta, Rec. Secy.; Pres. Jr. Class; Attendant to "Miss Municipal" and Kappa Alpha Psi Sweetheart; Womexfs League; Wesley Club. NORMA JEAN RIDGWAY, Shepherdsville, Ky., Ele- mentary Education, Chi Omega, Pledge Mistress, Sec., Personnel Chairman, Social Chairman, Pub- licity Chairman, Pep Club Representative; Thoroughbred, Editor, Associate Editor; Feature Editor; Office Staff, Thoroughbred Dance Chair- man; U.S.C., Secy., Leadership Camp Food Chair- man; U.S.C. Ex-offlcio member; Board of Student Publications; Who,s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities; President of Senior Class; Chairman of University Senior Officers Committee: Senior Commencement Com- mittee; Cardinal, Feature Staff; Little Theater; Playshop, Publicity Chairman, House Mgr.; F.T.A.; W.R.A.; Womems League; Pep Club. ENRIGUE PANTOJA RODULFO, Lima, Peru, Chem- istry, Tau Kappa Epsilon; Med Science Club; Newman Club; Pan-American Club; Latin Ameri- can Club; International Center Alumni Associa- tion; American Chem. Society. PEARLE F. ROBINSON, Louisville, Ky., Sociology, Zeta Phi Beta; WomeWs League; Playshop. LUCY GREGORY ROOPE, Louisville, Ky., Sociology. GLORIA MAE ROWAN, Louisville, Ky., Biology. Alpha Kappa Alpha. "0M Thought; For Year: To Come Will Be 0f Thee . . . 0m U. of L." SENIORS JOHN WALTER RUSSELL, JR.. Louisville, Ky., Marketing. JOSEPH SABEL, Louisville, Ky., Economics, Man- agement, Alpha Phi Omega, Pres.; Delta Phi Alpha; Newman Club; I.R.G BILLY FRANKLIN SALMON, Louisville, Ky., Zo- ology, Med Science Club. JOAN D. SCHELLINGER, Milwaukee, Wisc., Home Economics. MARY LOU SCHICKLI, Louisville, Ky., Home Eco- nomics, Zeta Tau Alpha, Pres., Rush Chairman; Women's League, Rep.; Panhellenic, Treas.; W.R.A.; Pep Club; Home Economics Club. DONALD FRANK SCHNEITER, Louisville, Ky., Eco- nomics, Marketing. MARGARET LEE SCHOEN, Louisville, Ky., Creative Art, Delta Zeta, Historian; Art League, Treas.; Playshop; Mem. Art Center Association. THEODORE C. SEARCH, JR., Louisville, Ky., Eco- Eomics, Business Management, Basketball; L lub. RITA SELIGMAN, Louisville, Ky., Mathematics, Science, Delta Phi Epsilon, Pres., Pledge Mothers; Rush Chairman; Panhellenic; Women's League; W.R.A.; Med Science Club; I.R.C.; Intercollegiate Zionist Federation of America, Secy. ARTHUR SEGO, Louisville, Ky., Marketing. JOHN WESLEY SHELTON, Henderson, Ky., Phy- sical Education, Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Football; L Club; A.S.S.C. NETAFIE MILLER SHIFLEY, Louisville, Ky., Creative rt. HENRY SOSIN, Louisville, Ky., Zoology, Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Lambda Phi; Med Science Club; Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pres.; Interfrabernity Pledge Coun- cil: Skull and Crescent. BETTY SMITH. Louisville, Ky. HAROLD KENNETH SMITH, Louisville, Ky., History, Alpha Phi Alpha: Intercollegiate Press; Craft Shop, Instructor. MERLE SMITH, Louisville, Ky., English. LELIA SLOAN, New York, N. Y., Biology, Med Science Club. GERALD H. W. SLOTNICK, North Plainfield, N. J., Psychology, Cardinal Staif, reporter; Eagle and Anchor, Charter Member; Student Co-operative Action Committee, Chairman; Psi-Chi, Vice Pres., Corr. Sec., Executive Comm.; Thoroughbred Staff, Thoroughbred Dance Publicity Chairman. GEORGE M. SOSTARICK, Louisville, Ky., Economics, Eagle and Anchor. NANCY STALLARD, Louisville, Ky., Spanish. BETTY STOESS, Louisville, Ky., Chemistry, Inde- pendent Women; Med Science; I.R.C.; W.R.A. DAVID WAYNE STUCKER, Louisville, Ky., Eco- nomics. ABRAHAM D. STUTCHIN, Louisville, Ky., Chemis- try, Med Science Club; American Pharmaceutical Association; American Chem. Society. ARON R. SUMNER, JR., Jeffersonville, Ind., Eco- nomics. ROBERT KASSELMAN SUTHERLAND, Louisville, Ky., History, B.S.U. . YVONNE L. TABER, Seelyville, Ind., Chemistry, I.R.S.; A.C.S.; Med Science Club; Independent Women. LEQNARD W. TAYLOR, 111., Louisville, Ky., Market- mg. RAYMOND B. THAYER, Lexington, Ind., Elementary Education. SENIORS WILLIAM THOMAS, Louisville, Ky., Art. EDWIN NORBOURNE THORPE, Louisville, Ky., Physical Education, L Club. JAMES DONALD THRELKELD, Simpsonville, Ky., Political Science, Debate Team. JAMES EDMUND TIERNEY, JR... Louisville, Ky., Economics, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Newman Club. HARRY BRYANT TILESTON, Louisville, Ky., Bank- ing and Finance, I.R.C. BETTY THOMPSON. Louisville, Ky., English, Cardi- nal, Editor-in-Chief, Co-News Editor, Schools Editor; Board of Student Publications; U.S.C., Co-Chairman N.S.A. Commission; Mortar Board, Secy.; Playshop; Spanish Club; University Rep. to N.S A.: Public Relations Chairman, N.S.A.; University, Brewer's and P.E.0. Scholarships; Who's Who Among Students in American Col- leges and Universities. STELLA NUSS THOMPSON, Louisville, Ky., Zool- ogy, Delta Zeta, Pres., Treas.: Panhellenic, Secy., Vice Pres., Pres.; Women's League; W.R.A.; Pep Club; F.T.A. MAURICE TRAUTWEIN, Louisville, Ky., Arts-Law, Phi Kappa Tau, Pledge Master; Thoroughbred, Sports Editor, Business Manager: Baseball. RUTH ANN UEBELE, Louisville, Ky., Creative Arts and Humanities, Delta Phi Alpha, Secy.; Art Center Association; I.R.C., Secy. JACK VAN METER. Louisville, Ky., Accounting. PATRICIA VOLZ, Georgetown, Ind., Creative Art, Cardinal Staff; Pep Club. VICTOR HOWARD WAGGONER, Louisville. Ky., Physical Education and History. GEORGE WASHINGTON WALKER, Louisville, Ky., Mathematics, Kappa Alpha Psi, Vice Pres.; Stu- dent Council; I.F.C., Assistant Secy.; Intramural Activities. CONLEY RICHARD WARD, Louisville, Ky., Chem- istry, Lambda Chi Alpha; Eagle and Anchor So- ciety, Vice Pres.; Navy Yearbook Staff. JACK ALLEN WATSON, Louisville, Ky., Accounting. SHIRLEY ANNE WARNS, Louisville, Ky., Elemen- tary Education, Kappa. Delta, Rush Chairman; Wesley Club, Vice Pres., Secy.; Panhellenic; W.R.A., Rep.; Women's League; F.T.A., Mem- bership Chm; Pan-American Club; I.R.C.; Thoroughbred. Office Staff; Pep Club, Treas., Homecoming Dance Chairman. ROBERT LEE WELLMAN, Louisville, Ky., Physical Education and General Science, Kappa Alpha; Basketball; L Club. ARTHUR LOUIS WETTERER, JR., Louisville, Ky., Accounting, Tau Kappa. Epsilon, Treasurer. THOMAS E. WETTERER, Louisville, Ky., Marketing, guabda Chi Alpha, Social Chairman; Newman Iu . L GEORGE MICHAEL WEYLER, JR., Louisville, Ky., Physics, Swimming Team; L Club; Physics Club. SHERMAN EUGENE WHEELER, Geneva, Ohio, Mathematics, Tennis Team; Rifle Team; Eagle and Anchor Society. WILLIAM L. WHEELER, Georgetown, Ind., Ac- counting. DONALD EUGENE WHITE, Louisville, Ky., Ele- mentary Education. FRED V. WHITTAKER. Creatwood, Ky., English and Humanities. HEWITT T. WILKINSON, Louisville, Ky., Physical Education, Delta Upsilon, Rush Chairman, House Improvement Chr.; L Club, Dance Chr.; Track Team; Cross Country Team; Canterbury Club, Treas., Pres.; A.S.S.C.; Mr. Thoroughbred, 1950: Pep Club; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. WARREN WILLEN, Louisville, Ky., Chemistry, Pre- Med; Transfer, Centre College; Phi Kappa Tau; Med Science Club. WAAYE WLSON, Anchorage, Ky., History, Political Science. DORIS JEAN WIGGINTON, Jeti'ersontown, Ky., Health and Physical Education, Sigma Kappa, Rush Chairman, W.R.A. Rep.; Methodist Student League; Womean League; Panhellenic; W.R.A., Vice Pres: U.S.C., L Razors, Co-Chairman; Homecoming Coordinator; Pep Club; Home Econ- omics Club; Cheerleader. SENIORS DONALD LaPAUL WINDMILLER, Louisville, Ky., Zoology. JOSEPH DONALD WISE, Louisville, Ky., Economics. BETTY JOYCE WOLFE, Louisville, Ky., Zoology, Zeta Tau Alpha, Music Chr., Ritual Chr., Social Chin, Secy.: Womexfs League, Secy., Vice Pres.; Theta Tau Sweetheart: Pep Club; Thoroughbred, Assistant Faculty Editor, Faculty Editor; Think- ers, Vice Pres.; Med Science Club; I.R.C.; W.R.A.; Biology Librarian. DONALD LEE WOLFE, Louisville, Ky., English. JAMES THOMAS WOLFE, JR., Louisville, Ky., Chemistry, Pre-Med, A.E.D.: Theta Chi Delta; Mad Science Club: American Chem. Society. TERRENCE WILLIAM WOLFE, Valley Station, Ky., Marketing, Baseball Team. LESIIIIIIE HAROLD WOODSON, Louisville, Ky., Eng- LS . ATHLEEN E. WRIGHT, Louisville, Ky., Elementary Education. CHARLES K. WRIGHT, Louisville, Ky., Political Seience, B.S.U., Music Director; Chorus; L.A. Madrigal Group; I.R.C. JOHN WILLIAMSON YARBO, Louisville, Ky., Chem- istry, Lambda Chi Alpha, A.E.D.; Med. Science Club; A.S.S.C.; Fencing Team. GEORGE H. YENOWINE, Louisville, Ky., Zoology, Delta Upsilon, Dance Chairman, Sgt.-at-Arms; Assistant Treas., Treas.; Alpha Phi Omega: Med. Science Club; Presbyterian Club. COLEMAN MILTON YOUNG, III, Louisville, Ky., Eilollcngy, Chorus; I,R.C.; Rifle Team; Alpha Phi p a. JEANNE YUNK, Louisville, Ky., Home Economics, Zeta Tau Alpha, Secy., Rush Chr.; Home Econom- ics Club; Women's League; W.R.A.; Panhellenic; Lutheran Student Association, Secy., Pres. ANTHONY ZERBO, JR., Jamestown, N. Y., Zoology, Pre-Med, Free Lancers, Pres.; Med Science Club; I.R.C.; Pep Club; Medical Researchers. JOYCE LEE ZIMPELMANN, Louisville, Ky., Ele- mentary Education, Cardinalette; Band. The Thinker with an ever watchful eye we: the Jtudent: as they enter and leave the Uni- verxity. JUNIORS Fin! row: Doris Acres, Ann Alvey, Jo Anne Bader, Maynette Bailey, Patricia Beasley, John Becker, Peter Beneke. Second row: Sheldon Benjamin, Jane Berman, Shelby Bewley, Lenwell Bevins, Jeff Blackerby, Debby Blair, Stanley Blostein. Third row: Thomas Blue, Gilbert Bosler, Delores Brown, Daniel Burke, Joyce Burris, Jean Chandler, Carol Cochran. Fourth row: Martin Cohn, Katherine Coleman, Buel Cox, Dick Cramer, Bob Crawford, William Darst, Borin Davis. Fifth row: Elaine Davis, Florence Deeb, George deSaulles, James Dorton, Malcolm Dubin, Joseph Eckert, Howard Edelstein. Sixth row: Martha Eller, Thomas Evans, Edward Faye, Evelyn Feudley, Norman Fischer, Rose Frockt, Bruce Fuller. Seventh row: James Gatman, Shirley Gatton, Bonnie Gearhiser, Tom Gillespie, Ed Gladish, James Gohmann, Marlene Goldner. Fin! row: Delores Gordon, Marvin Gray, Macco Grigsby, Lee Grossman, Joe Haddad, Tom Hall, Margaret Hamilton. Second row: Ann Haynes, Leon Hampton, Frank Heller, Florence Hendrick, Alvin Heuser, Inge Hircheimer, R. B. Hooks. Third row: Bill Howard, Brooks Howard, Ed Howard, Ray Hughes, Horace Humphrey, Harry Hunts- man, Omero Iung. Fourth row: Freddia Jackson, Priscilla James, Patricia Jarett, Lorinda Jhoslien, David Johnson, William Joule, John Leist. . Fifth row: Robert Lenberger, Ray Kaufman, Bob Kilgore, Carl Kottak, John Kracha, William Kroeckel, David Kunkle. Sixth row: Robert Laufer, Gay Levy, Carlton Lowe, Carol Lowenthal, Marjorie Lyons, George Mahan, Joe Manhart. Seventh row: Joyce Ann Marrillia, James Martain, Phil Martin, William Massey, Mary McAfee, Nell McCarley, Elliott McCollum. JUNIORS JUNIORS First row: Zeta Kay McDaniel, Ann McDonald, Nancy McIlvaine, Martha McIntosh, Bob Meek, Edward Metzner, John Miles. Second row: Mitzi Miller, Ray Moers, Peggy Moll, Alice Money, Ruth Morris, Mary Lou Mosby, Herbert Moss. Third row: Betty Niccolls, James O Brien, Joe Oglesby, Sara Overstreet, Ray Parsons, Hazel Payne, Marvin Lee Perryman. Fourth row: William Phelan, William Porter, Vandy Powell, Maurice Rabb, Rollie Rhodes, Albert Risen, Russell Robinson. ' Fifth row: Don Romans, Myrtle Rosenbaum, Martin Rosengarten, Bollie Rowan, Doris Russell, Florence Saltzman, Douglas Sanford. Sixth row: Constance Schreiber, Robert Schoo, Mark Sexter, Saley Shacklett, David Shipp, Floyd Sherman, Barbara Shouse. Seventh row: Ray Shryock, George Simmons, Ben Smith, Curtis Smith, Jo Ann Smith, William Sommer, Imon Spencer. Pint row: Paul Spencer, Morris Stone, George Stratton, Harold Striegel, Margaret Striepe, John Sut- ton, Melvin Talbott. Second row: William Timberlake, Gilbert Thompson, Carey Thompson, Norboume Thorpe, Cass Timmons, Romuel Toon, Edgar Vaughn. Third row: Hal Washburn, Joyce Wayne, Kenneth Weber, James Webster, Carl Weigel, Werner Weinberg, Lafon Weller. Fourth row: Edna White, Robert White, Harold Wilson, Ann Wimberg. m1? row: Gladys Wood, Doris Yochim. JUNIORS Dr. Fumixb proudly receive! the trophy for the Faculty Baxketball Team, the "A cbes zmd Painf. SOPHOMORES Fin! row: T. Lee Adams, Christine Allen, Gordon Allen, John Allen, Robert Allender, John Alvey, David Appink. Second row: Coy Arnold, Virginia Badger, Robert Baker, Jean Balling, Hazel Ballinger, Peggy Baringer, Bonnie Barrels. Third row: William Baver, Robert Belilies, George Bellamy, Sam Bennett, Lucy Berning, Nancy Berning, Gordon Betts. Fourth row: George Bissell, Betty Blostein, James Boggess, Bettie Bowles, Thomas Bowling, Ronald Brewer, Patricia Brockman. Fiftly row: Irvin Bromer, Houston Brooks, Vivian Brooks, Anne Brubeck, Dewey Bunting, Betty Cabell, Marilyn Camp. Sixth row: Lawrence Campanale, Robert Canton, Oneida Carden, Nancy Camighan, Robert Carpen- ter, James Carter, Clyde Casey. Seventh row: Carroll Cissell, Jo C. Clark, Charles Cloud, Miriam Cohen, William Cole, Ralph Cook, Janet Cooper. Pint row: Kitt Cox, Barbara Crawford, Walter Crawford, Roderick Creigh, Lindsey Crittenden, Rachel Crutcher, Charles Cummins. Second row: Melvin Cundiff, Polly Custis, Earnie Daniel, Constance Darms, Barbara Dearing, Nathaniel Dent, Dorothy Dillon. Third raw: Gardner Dixon, Robert Dolan, Nancy Dorsey, Barbara Duerr, Sue Duley, William Dul- worth, Ruth Dunn. Fourth row: Betty Eads, Jacqueline Emch, Barbara Evans, Edward Farrell, Matthew Fegan, Norman Fisher, Norwood Ford. Fifth row: Mary Lynn Frank, Jo Ann Fravel, Fred Garnett, Nancy Gault, Jim Georgantas, Ann Glass, Clark Grain. , Sixth row: Norvin Greene, Charmon Hacker, Robert Haddad, Pat Hambaugh, Pat Hamberry, Emma Hardimon, Joan Harris. Seventh row: Ann Hart, Raymond Heitz, John Heleringer, Jewel Helton, George Hensley, Eugene Herde, Caroll Hess. SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES Pint row: Jesse Hocker, George loos, Richard James, Teddy Johnston, Betty Johnston, Annie Jones, David Jones. Second row: Jonelle Jones, William Juckett, Herschel Judy, Arthur Kaleher, Dieter Kappus, Beth Keister, Arlene Keith. Third row: Phyllis Keith, Elizabeth King, Corkie Kirkham, John Klefot, L. J. Klein, David Klein- man, James Knoop. Fourth row: Joe Kudler, Shirley Kunz, Barbara Langley, Samuel Lasley, Joan Laurie, Keith Lawson, Norma Lawson. Fiftb row: Lee Lewis, Noel Lykins, Lois Mabrey, John Maddox, Clarence Marlowe, Martin Matgulis, William Martin. Sixth row: Charles Matthis, Joseph May, James McCarron, Dorothy McDade, Eleanor McFarland, Ruth McKim, Russell Miles. Seventh row: Bob Millen, Jerry Miller, Howard Miller, Joan Mohlenkamp, Betty Mohns, Daniel Mooney, Patricia Moore. Pint row: Ray Moran, Bernard Morgan, Arthur Morganstern, Ronald Myles, Martha Neblett, Yvonne Neff, Wallace Nelowet. Second row: William Newman, Clarence Noe, Charles Onan, Joseph Overhultz, Nellie Patterson, Joseph Pauli, Phyllis Payne. Third row: Martha Pedigo, John Quinn, Michael Quinn, Goldie Ramsey, Willie Reams, Ben Render, Jean Reynolds. Fourth row: Jean Richmond, Kaye Roberts, Charles Rose, Rosemary Rosenbaum, Charles Rough, Wallace Rubey, Carolyn Runyan. Fifth row: Scherrill Russman, Francis Sample, Wallace Sanders, Lawrence Scanlan, Sally Schlundt, Thomas Schmitt, Robert Schoenberg. Sixth row: Janet Schulman, Frank Sedlan, Charlene Shackelford, Julia Shelton, Shirley Shelton, Eleanor Shifman, Bernd Silver. Seventh row: William Slau hter, Dou las Sleadd, Leila Sloan, Ellen Smith, Clara 0 Smith, Hatchet Smith, Mary Smith. g g J SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORES Firxt row: Nathan Smith, William Smith, Jack Steineck, Mary Stephenson, Marilyn Sternberg, Valeria Stopinski, Jack Sumner. Second row: Henry Sutherland, James Timmons, John True, Edwin Ward, June Warren, James Webb, Janice Weinburg. Third row: Marvin Weinburg, William Weir, Louise Whitney, Joy Williams, Kermit Williams, Francis Wright, Frances ZopE. 'Leafing 50 won??? First row: William T. Abell, Marguerite Aboud, Kinsiro Aizawa, John S. Aldridge, Lewis B. Alexander, Charles W. Allen, Donald Alwes, Donald L. Arnett. Second row: Kenneth Arnold, Betty L. Ashbury, Gearl Asher, Belle Atlas, Bebe Bailey, Bruce Baird, Don Baker, Sue Baker. Third row: Nancy Barnes, Edward Barrall, Louis Baver, Douglas Bell, Robert Bender, Penny Benner, Norman Bennett, Harris Berman. Fourth row: Alfred Blanford, Steve Block, Ann Bowen, Randall Bowman, Martha Breland, Elizabeth Bridgwater, Sue Broadus, George Brockman. Fifth row: James Brown, Robert Btuckert, Patt Buening, William Burton, Mary S. Campbell, Mahlin Carroll, Mildred Carter, Donald Catlett. . Sixth row: William N. Caudill, Jack Chastain, Roosevelt Chinn, Delores Clark, Joseph Cleveland, Robert Cole, Orville Coomer, William Coyne. Seventh row: Stanley Crabb, William Cress, Gertie Crumes, Julian L. Crutcher, Betty Currens, Filson Daeuble, Ruth Dentinger, Joseph Dew. Eighth row: Jane Ann Dudgeon, Faroan Dunn, Marvin Elliott, Mary Eubank, F. P. Farmer, Barbara Farris, Leslie Feldhaus, Marilyn Ferguson. Ninth row: Joy Fisher, Arm Ford, Walter Foster, Wilford Fridy, Neal Gahafer, Vladimir Gastevich, Charles Gerlach, Betty Glass. FRESHMEN FRESHMEN Fint row: Ray Glass, Eugene Goatley, Nancy Grossman, Fergus Groves, Robert Guter, Earl Hale, Edward Harmon, Sue Harmon. Second row: Sabra Hansen, Spencer Harper, Mary Hawkins, Mary Ann Haynes, Margie Heckmann, Raymond Heies, Arthur Henson, Robert Herman. Third row: William Hirschfeld, Earl Hittinger, John Hoar, Warren Hodge, Barbara Hoffman, Robert Humphrey, George Hunt, Ike Ishikawa. Fourth row: Jean Jarett, Joan Jarett, Ronald Jeanes, Anna L. Johnson, Harvey K. Johnson, Katherine Johnson, Victor Justice, Shirley Kallbreier. Fifth row: William Kantlehner, Marvin Katzman, Richard Keeling, Delwin Kellerman, Raymond King, Donald Klarer, June Kleesattel, Carole Klink. Sixth row: Carolyn Krause, Emanuel Kreitman, Lily Kruetzman, Theresa Kuhn, Larry Lankford, Shirley Larkin, Betsy Leachman, James J. Leahy. Seventh row: Sylvia Leifet, John S. Leighton, Hilda Lester, Howard Levine, Gerald Levey, Phillip Levy, GriEith Lighten, James Logsdon. Eighth row: Sandra Long, Walter Lowe, Billy Lucas, Martha Lyon, J. Marley, Robert Martin, Lillian Matthews, Howard Mayberry. Ninth row: Elizabeth Mayo, Florence McCall, Gerald McCord, Patricia McDevitt, Betty McDonald, Beverly McGrath, Robert McGrath, Sara McGrath. First row: John McKecknie, Shirley McMahan, William McNutt, James Miller, Mickey Minsterl, Thomas Mitchell, Helen Mohlenkamp, Carolyn Montgomery. Second row: Judella Moore, Mary Moreland, Terry Morgan, Jerry Morrison, Virginia Morton, Irwin Moxley, Nancy Mullin, Joe Myers. Third row: William Newkirk, Barbara Newland, Robert Newton, Kenneth Niemann, Andy Offutt, Mary O Nan, London Owen, Richard Page. Fourth row: Richard Palmer, James Patterson, Hugh Potter, Clarence Powell, Guy Priestley, Dixie Reagan, Robert Rees, Marjorie Reichenbach. Fifth row: Martha Renfrow, Joanne Rennison, Howard Richardson, Sherrill Ritter, Warren Robb, Jess Robbins, Delores Roberts, Mary Lou Rompf. Sixtly row: Ann Roney, Jo Ann Rosenstein, Paul Ross, Phillip Rowe, Silas Ryan, Bill Sanderfur, Ted Sanders, Neil Sanders. Seventh row: Lester Sayetta, Saul Schenker, Thelma Schuster, Arthur Schwaniger, Richard Selvitz, John Setzer, Harlan Silliman, Charlesetta Sizemore. Eighth row: Billy H. Smith, Rose Smith, John Smither, Lewis Smither, Ronald Snyder, James Spaulding, William Stallings, Charles Stewart. Ninth row: Don Stewart, Criseyde Stone, John Stone, John Stouder, Simon Stubbs, Melvin Sublett, Darlene Sulzer, Sue Tablet. F RE SHMEN FRESHMEN Firxt row: Alfred Talbott, Myron Tarbis, Jim Taylor, Julius Tencer, Barbara Terrell, Robert Terrell, Kenneth Tharp, Edwin Theber. Second row: Archie Thomas, Charles Thomas, Sandra Thompson, James Tishevar, Geraldine Triplett, Ernest Tucker, Daniel Ulmer, John Volkerding. Third row: Manfred Von Saucken, Charles Walter, Blanche Ware, Murrell Ware, John Watkins, Vincent Watson, Joseph Welch, Ann Werber. Fourth row: Emily Whipple, Louise White, Shirley Whitlock, Jon Whitfield, Curtis Whitman, Lowell Williams, Richard Winn, Faye Witt. Fifth row: Wilber Wood, Ralph Wooten, Frank Wozaldo, Charles Young, Harvey Young, Charles Zuberer. Card playing continue: even on the Spring Boam'de. Std,lftt 73!: 01b, 0 hlt,J' ARTS AND SCIENCES STUDENT COUNCIL 06::ary, eDOIiSO X2215, ngfis Rifsseli, Clgfol C?Ehiinf Bet: Quinn, back row: Kitt Cox. Standing, left to right: Joe Eckert, Ed DeYoung, John Yarbo, Al Heuser, John Shelton. OFFICERS President .............................................................. Joe Oglesby Vice Prexidem ................................................. Joe Overhultz Secretary ............................................................... Doris Acres Treasurer ............................................................ John Yarbo Sergeant-at-Arm; .................................................. A1 Heuser THE ARTS AND SCIENCES STUDENT COUNCIL, whose members are elected by the popular vote of the students, sponsors projects such as matchbooks listing outstanding University events and the Annual Spring Boatride. During the 1951 Boatride, the faculty gave an accurate dramatic satire on college students during classes. Pictured at the right is Dr. Moore and Dr. Burton, the lovers, who just got pinned. Under the paper is Dean Walker Who finds sleep during class much more beneficial than listening to the lecture. Never fear, heill wake up when the class is over-the alarm clock in his pocket is set for just the right time. Dean Threlkeld finds that by eating her lunch during class, she has much more time for extra-curriculat activities. THE WOODCOCK SOCIETY The Woodcock Society, the oldest honorary scholastic or- ganization at the University, awards medals yearly to the highest ranking student in each class. In 1951, awards were made to Inge Hirscheimet UefO, sophomore medalist, Bernard Morgan kentem, junior medalist, and Lipman J. Klein higho, freshman medalist. Arthur Ringo, senior medalist, is not pictured. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB OFFICERS Preyident ........................... Martha McIntosh Vice Prejident ................................ Joanne German Secretary ...................................... Dorothy McDade Treamrer .......................................... Nancy Dorsey Fm; row: Joanne German, Nancy Dorsey, Valeria Stopen- ski. Second row: Ruth Morris, Kaye Roberts, Marilyn Camp. Third row: Freida Jackson, Libby Bridgwater, Jane Ann Dudgeon. Fourth 10w: Sue Harmon, Martha McIntosh, Lillian Korfhage, Delores Clark. Fifth row: Nell Mc- Carthy, Miss Katherine Hall, Dorothy McDade. First row: Dr. Schlesinger, Adviser, Annaliese Huffman, Ruth Ubele, Bernd Silver, Ernie Parrish, D LTA I Frances Zoff. Second row: Dr. Koester, Advisor, Anita Boss, Arnie Grever, Betty G. Moran, Marilyn E PH ALPHA Jeppson, Deiter Kappus, Deiter Rufus, Katherine Kramer, Clyde Murray. Third row: Robert Schoenberg, Tom Hall, Bruce Fuller. The officers of the Delta Upsilon chapter of Delta Phi Alpha, the National Honorary German Fraternity, are: Prexident ............................ Annaliese Huffman Treasurer ...................................... Ernie Parrish Vice President ............................ Robert Paslick Secretary .......................................... Ruth Ubele THE EXCITEMENT of being tapped at Fryberger Sing in the Spring comes to the junior women who are chosen by Mortar Board because of their high scholarship and outstanding leadership in campus activities. Pren'dem ........................................ Betty Gates Moran Vice Prexident .................................... Barbara Adams MORTAR BOARD SWIM ------ Betty Thompson Treawrer .................................................................................... Susan Morganrbth Pint row, left to right: Marilyn Jeppson and Marcia Klein. Second row: Barbara Adams, Betty Thompson, Betty G. Moran and Susan Morganroth. Not pictured: Cris Hassold, Mitzi Bornwasser. Fin! row, left to right: Jonelle Jones and Patti Moore. Second row: Betty Blostein, Clara Jo Smith, Polly Custis, Jewel Helton, Connie Darms, Pat Hamberry, Joan Fravel. THE THINKERS H HE THINKERS, a sophomore honorary society, whose members are tapped every spring on the basis of scholarship, leadership and service to the University. Prexident ....... Jonelle Jones Vice Prelidenl .. .. .Clara jo Smith Secretary ............. V. ..... Connie Darms Treamrer ............... Barbara Duet: A LPHA EPSILON DELTA is a national honorary fraternity for Pre-Medical majors. Its members are selected on the basis of academic achievement. OFFICERS Pren'dent ....................... Hank Sosin Vice Preiident . ...Douglas Sanford Secremry ...... Tom Hall Treasurer .. ................ Morris Peyton Hixtorian ...Fadel Freidlander Adyijor .. ............... Dr. Lovell ALPHA EPSILON DELTA Fim row, left to right: Morris Peyton, Stiles Allen, Don Billig, Hank Sosin, John Yarbo, Douglas Sanford. Second row: Tom Hutsel, Jim Wolfe. Fadel Freidlander, Inge Hirscheimer, Mark Sextet, Dr. Lovell, Walter A. Cole. Third row: Jim Blackerby, Dave Shipp, Tom Hall, George Mahan, Sandy Abend, Ted Guiglia, Bill Jewell. a Left to right: LaQuaeti Goodman, Quentin Korfhage, Bill Charles, Peter Beneke, Barbara Terell, Stan Levy. MEDICAL SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS Prexident ............ .Bill Charles Vice Pren'dent ..Peter Beneke Secretary .. .LaQuaeti Goodman Treamrer .. ...Quentin Korfhage 1m i 1131;1pr 3 f Seated, left to right: Florence Saltzman, Jim Webb, Margie Reichenbach, Ron Myles, Clara Jo Smith, Henry Sutherland, Mr. Gregory Pritchard. Slanding, left to right: John Kracha, Alex Rose, Marvin Elliott, Willis Cowley. RELIGIOUS COUNCIL H HE RELIGIOUS COUNCIL is composed of the leaders of the various religious clubs on campus. The Council sponsors convocations and the activities during Re- ligious Emphasis Week. OFFICERS Prudent ........................................................................................ Clara Jo Smith Vice President ........... Alex Rose Secretary .......... Henry Sutherland Treasurer .............................................................................. Marvin Elliott ................................................................. Mr. Gregory Pritchard Advimr THE WRA consists of representatives from all the women's organizations on campus with the purpose of promoting recreation for the women students of the University. First row, left to right: Nancy Betning, Mary Lou Rompf, Sara McGrath, Ruth McKim. Second row: Dot Dillon, Polly Custis, Marilyn Jeppson, Nancy Christman, Shirley Warns, Mrs. Sherrill Brakmeier. .Tbird row: Betty Stoess, Nancv Mullin, Barbara Evans, Doris J. Wigginton, Eleanor McFarland, Norma Lawson. Fin! row, left to right: Lucille Haynes, Nancy Camigan, Marlene Goldner, Corkie Kirkham. Second row: Pat Carter, Anna Dodson, Barbara Crawford, Beth Keistet, Anita Gholston. THE WOMENlS LEAGUE CABINET meets to plan events of in- terest to all women students on campus. An annual Honors Lunch- eon is sponsored by the Womenls League each spring. WOMENlS RECREATION ASSOCIATIONt OFFICERS Prejident .......................................... Marilyn Jeppson Vice Prexz'dent . ...............Dotis Jean Wigginton Secretary ..................................................... Polly Custis Trenmrer ......................................... Barbara Evans WOMENS LEAGUE OFFICERS Prelidem .. .Marlene Goldner Vice Prexident . Barbara Crawford Secretary ......... ....Corkie Kirkham Treamrer ............................................ Nancy Camigan H HE HILDA THRELKELD CHAPTER of the Future Teachers of America brings together students majoring in Education. OFFICERS Prexident .......... Juanita Ford Vice Prexident .............................................. .Mary C. Mather Secretary .............................................................. Jewel Helton Treamrer ...................................................................................... Rosemary Moore Social Cbzzirman ........ Joy Williams Advixor .................................................................................... Dr. Hilda Threlkeld FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Sealed, left to right: Mary C. Mather, Juanita Ford, Jewel Helton. Standing: Doris Yokum, Jane Berman, Rosemary Moore, Betsy Leachman, Penny Benner. 5,1 Pint row: Joann Rennison, Mitzi Bomwasser, LaQuaeti Goodman, Lois Roberts, Billy Jo Rowan, Hazel Spain. Second row: Joy Fisher, Lindsey Crittenden, Carolyn Bibb, Rosemarie Smith, Judelle Moore. Third row: Garland OEutt, Arthur Schwaneger, Robert Rich- mond, Gordon Dixon, William McNutt, Eugene Talbott, Vandy Powell, Mr. George Perle. UNIVERSITY CHORUS Director ........................................................... Mr. George Perle Prexidem .................................................................................. LaQuaeti Goodman H HE UNIVERSITY CHORUS, open to all students interested in singing, performs at various times on campus and also at special events away from the University. DORMITORIES ROBBINS HALL, immediately opposite the campus on Shipp Street, is an attractive residence which houses approximately thirty women students. The girls living in Robbins Hall have their own student government and their house mother, Miss Boldrick. During the year, the girls in Robbins Hall take an active part as an organization in the University activities. They sponsor several social events, such as their annual open house. There are three dormitories for men on the campus of the University of Louisville, Leopold Hall, Otter Hall, and White Hall. The majority of men students who reside in the dormitories are athletes, Navy and Air Force students and students from foreign countries. Card playing it a fzworite Jport with the athlete:. The telephone is med comtmttly to keep in contact with the ofcampu: world. Student: from foreign countries he- come well acquainted with their fel- low student; by living in the dor- mitory. Dr. Raymond E. Myers, Dean of the School of Dentistry since 1945, re- ceived his D.D.S. degree and his BS. degree from the University of Louis- ville. He is a Fellow of the American College of Dentists, a member of Omicron Kappa Upsilon, a national dental scholas- tic fraternity, Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Delta Kap- pa, the International As- sociation for Dental Re- search, and many other professional and social organizations. THE SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY was organized in 1886 as the Louisville College of Dentistry and was afhliated With Central University of Richmond, Kentucky. The school, at the present time, is located at Brook and Broadway. In 1918, the School of Dentistry was reorganized as a school of the University of Louisville and is well-known throughout the nation for its selection of curriculum and the maintenance of its modern clinic and laboratories. It is fully accredited by the Council on Dental Education of the American Dental Association. FACULTY FirJt row: William H. Adams, D.M.D.; Ernest Bolton, D.D.S.; Dan Y. Burrill, A.B., LL.B., D.D.S., M.S., F.A.C.D.; John P. Curd, JL, B.S., D.D.S., F.A.C.D.; Ernest M. Ellison, D.M.D.; Lt. Col. Henry B. Fitch, D.D.S.; Edward B. Gemert, D.M.D. Second row: Richard M. Herd, D.D.S.; E. C. Hume, D.D.S., F.A.C.D.; James Mixson, B.S., D.M.D.; Robert L. Sprau, D.D.S., F.A.C.D.; Henry M. Wilbur, D.D.S., M.S.; William R. Wolfe, JL, D.M.D. Faculty not pictured: J. A. Atkinson, D,D.S.; Malcolm B. Barnes, B.A,, M.D.; Richard P. Bowen, D.M.D.; Edward J. Buechel, J12, B.S., D.D.S.; J. R. Bustetter, D.D.S., F.A.C.D.; Randall M. Carter, D.D.SA; William F. Cantrell, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.; Jack Chumley, B.S., M.S., M.D.; L. S. Coblin, B.S., D.D.S.; Alvin B. Coxwell, D.M.D.; D. T. Cummins, D.M.D.; C. Howe Eller, A.B., M.D., D.P.H.; Harry A. Gilmore, D.D.S.; Russell F. Grider, B.A., D.M.D.; H. A. Hammett, B.S.; D.M.D.; J. C. Harlowe, B.A., D.D.S.; John E. Hatting, B.S., D.M.D.; Ben H. Hollis, B.S., M.D.; Frank B. Hower, D.D.S., F.A.C.D.; A. W. Homberger, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.; James A. Kennedy, A.B., Ph.D.; Letitia S. Kimsey, B.S.; P. K. Knoefel, B.A., M.A., M.D.; S. I. Komhauset, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.; Emil Kotcher, B.A., M.A., D.Sc.; Chester C. Kratz, B.S., D.M.D.; Forrest S. Kuhn, D.M.D.; H. C. Lawson, B.A., Ph.D., M.D.; James B. LeSeure, D.M.D.; T. E. Logan, B.S., D.M.D.; Pat H. Lyddan, D.D.S.; Robert L. McGeachin, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.; B. F. McIntosh, B.A., Ph.D.; Lawrence Meltzer, B. A., D.M.D.; James R. Merritt, B.A., LL.B.; Aura J. Miller, M.D.; Raymond E. Myers, D.D.S., B.S., F.A.C.D. Dean; John Ockuly, D.D.S.; Hubert E. Petty, D.M.D.; George Prewitt, B.S., M.S., D.D.S.; William M. Randall, D.D.S., F.A.C.D.; Warren S. Rehm, J11, B.A., Ph.D., M.D.; J. R. Robinson, D.D.S.; J. B. Rogers, A.B., M.A., M.D.; Edward C. Roosen-Runge, M.D.; E. P. Scott, A.B., M.D.; James E. Skaggs, D.M.D.; J. H. Springsted, B.S., D.D.S., F.A.C.D.; V. A. Tagliarino, D.M.D.; F. Sherman Vogt, D.M.D.; Charles A. Woerner, B.S., Ph.D., MD. NON-ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Fin! row: Mary Fowler, Audrey Graham, Martha Hargraves, Lois Kaleher. Second row: Margaret Lavin, Dorothy McCaHrey, Carl McPherson, Adele Robinson. Staf? not pictured: Jerlene Boaz, George Heuser, Edythe Robinson, Helen White. SENIORS CARL H. BARBOUR, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry, Delta Sigma Delta. EVERETT V. BARGO, JR., Barbourville, Ky., Delta Sigma Delta; Social Chairman, Freshman Class. RICHARD BARTLETT. Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. CHARLES R. BENNETT, New Albany, Ind., Dentis- try. WILLIAM HOWARD BIRCH. Rosieclare, 111., Dentis- try, Delta Sigma Delta, Treasurer, House Man- ager. WILLIAM P. BLINCO, JR., Louisville, Ky., Dentistry, Psi Omega. DAVID I. BOWIE, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry, Delta Sigma Delta; Thoroughbred, Dental School Edi- tor. WILLIAM C. BRYANT, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry, Delta Sigma Delta. DALE F. BYRNE, New Albany, Ind., Dentistry. ROBERT L. CALDWELL, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry, Psi Omega. Member of Executive Council. CHARLES DAVID CARTER, Frankfort, Ky., Dentis- try, Predental. Western State, Middlebury Col- lege; Delta Sigma Delta, Scribe, Junior Page; Omicron Delta Kappa; Beta Delta, Vice Presi- dent; Phi Delta, Vice President; ths Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- versities, THOMAS F. CASTO, Charlestown, W. Va., Dentistry, Psi Omega, Editor. JOHN L. CLINES, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry, Psi Omega, Junior Grand Master, Social Chairman; Beta Delta; Phi Delta; President, M.S.S.C. CLARENCE E. COLE, Tallega, Ky., Dentistry, Psi Omega; Beta. Delta. WAYNE W. COLLIER, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry, Delta Sigma Delta. ROBERT T. CROW, JR., Louisville, Ky., Dentistry, Psi Omega. DONALD E. CULBERSON, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry, Psi Omega; Phi Delta; Beta Delta. SENIORS JACK M. CULLEN, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. HERSCHEL DUNN, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. SAMUEL VAUGHAN DUVALL. Louisville, Ky., Den- tistry. Psi Omega, Beta Delta. JOHN W. FABEL, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. FRANK S. FARRIS, Paducah, Ky., Dentistry. Pre- dental, Murray State College: Delta Sigma Delta. EDSEL FIELDS, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. WARREN EDWARD FISCHER, Louisville, Ky., Den- tistry. Phi Delta, Treas.: Complete Denture Hon- orary. HAROLD G. GISH, Bremen, Ky., Dentistry. Pre- dental, Murray State College. LEWIS W. GRAHAM, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry, Psi Omega, Treas.; D.S.S.C., Secy., Treas.; U.S.C. NELSON V. GRAHAM. Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. Delta Sigma Delta; R.O.T.C. JOHN CLIFFORD GREENE, Ashland, Ky., Dentistry. Predental, Ashland Jr. College, Marshal College, U of L: Delta Sigma Delta, Worthy Master; Beta Delta, Pres.; Phi Delta; O.D.K., Vice Pres,; Class Vice Pres.; Dental Interfraternity Council; ths Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. CARL T. GUENTHER, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. GEORGE HEILENMAN. Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. BOB WOOD HINDMAN, Glasgow, Ky., Dentistry. Predental, Georgetown College, University of Ken- tucky; American Dental Association; Kentucky Dental Association. JAMES L. HUTSON, JR., Coalgood, Ky., Dentistry. Psi Omega; Beta Delta; Phi Delta. ARNOLD McEVEN KIRK. Louisville, Ky., Dentistry DUARD LAWRENCE, Louisville, Ky,, Dentistry. JOHN McCUTCHEON, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. ROBERT MILLS, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. HARRY ELTON MOORE, Corbin, Ky., Dentistry. Delta Sigma Delta, Grand Master; Beta Delta; D.S.S.C., Pres.; U.S.C.: Senior Commencement Committee; Predental, Murray State College. JOE MORGAN, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. WILLIAM E. NEEL, Bowling Green, Ky., Dentistry. Delta Sigma Delta, Historian; Beta Delta: Phi Delta, Secy. JAMES Y. O'BANNON, JR., Louisville, Ky., Den- tistry. Psi Omega, Secy.; Phi Delta; Beta Delta, Secy., Treas.; O.D.K.; D.S.S.C., Secy., Treas.; ths Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. JESS W. OLIVER, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. JOSEPH PUGH, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. Psi Omega, Grand Master: D.SAS.C., Vice Pres.; U.S.C.: Class Pres., Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior; Senior Commencement Committee. HARRY BITTER, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. Psi Omega; Predental, U of L; Baseball. LEO RUMPH, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. GEORGE SANFORD, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. Phi Delta; Beta Delta. CHARLES L. SHACKLETTE, Louisville, Ky., Den- tistry. Psi Omega. JAMES LOUIS SIEMENS, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. Beta Delta; B.A., University of Louisville. ROBERT SKARMAN, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. WILLIAM VONSICK, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. WILBUR JAMES WELLS, Plant City, F1a., Dentistry. Psi Omega. WILLIAM E. WILLIS, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. Alpha Phi Omega: Psi Omega: Beta Delta; Secy. 8n Treas. of Class, Junior, Senior. WILLIAM R. YATES, Louisville, Ky., Dentistry. Psi Omega. SENIORS JUNIORS Pint row: Phillip Mazzocchi, James C. McKinney, Dock Meador, Howard Mitchell, Curtis Park, Russell Parrott. Second row: Richard Plant, Sam C. Potter, Robert Ransom, Harold Ridge, J. D. Robertson, John N. Ryan. Third row: William E. Salter, Samuel SChaEer, James Scott, William Selden, Austin R. Skaggs, James B. Sholar. Family row: Duncan M. Smith, John R. Smith, Sydnor Stealey, Julius Stephenson, Ray Taylor, Harry Wedding. PHI: row: James West, Jack Whitman, A. G. Wilson, George W. Wilson, William Worthington. JUNIORS First row: Charles Adams, William B. Adkins, William Allen, Norman Barrow, Max M. Behr, Harry M. Bohannon. Second row: Bertram R. Bohn, John Boyles, William Bradley, Robert Carpenter, James Childers, Jack M. Cullen. Third row: James E. Douglas, Henry Duley, Ernest Estridge, Bruce Funk, Bolivar Furman, Jack T. Giannini. Fourth row: Joseph Hodge, James W. Holladay, Edward E. Horf, Jack Hutton, Roy D. Johnson, Ballard Jolly. Fifth row: Ben Lewis, Dan Lindsey, James Lovett, Hilary Lutes, William Mansfield. SOPHOMORES Fin: row: Patrick Adams, Robert Allen, Art Anderson, Hal C. Amett, Byron Bach, Eugene Baldwin, Julian Benton, Jack Birtles, Randall Blincoe. Second row: Hal J. Board, Thomas Boykin, Grigsley Browning, Elmer Bryant, John Cavanaugh, Richard Cooke, John David Craft, Silas Crase, James Engle. Third row: Guy Fiebiger, William W. Fisher, Quentin Frazier, Arthur Friedman, Bill C. Fuller, Willard T. Gillespie, Joseph W. Greene, Monte Gross, Charles Gullett. Fourth row: Ben C. Hall, Elbert A. Hampton, William Henderson, Harold L. Hoover, Thomas W. Hunter, Joe T. Hyden, John H. Kirkland, Nathaniel Layson, James R. McMillen. Fifth row: Thomas A. Miller, Hollis Mitchell, Andrew Moore, William C. Moore, Harry Navarre, William G. Penny, Jack R. Perciful, George Perdue, Edward N. Porter. Sixth row: Marvin R. Porter, Albert Reedy, William C. Reynolds, Robert Rudolf, James R. Sawyer, Thomas Scholl, Theodore Segal, Norvil Spears, James A. Stewart. Seventh row: Gordon Sturgill, Carl W. Townsend, Jimmy Vance, Robert Wesley, Samuel T. Williams, Steven Woodard. F RESHMEN First row: Frank Baker, Lawrence Barker, Jack R. Barton, Donald Carman, Leoanne Carter, William Catran, Lloyd Clark, Victor Cole- man, Horace G. Collins. Second row: Glen B. Donaho, James Edwards, Clenet R. Ellis, Frank Fults, Charles Gravitt, Herbert Greene, Paul W. Greene, Charles Hager, Henry Hashkes. Third row: Joseph Hamilton, Dale Hettinger, James Hoffman, Julian Holbrook, Harley Hope, Richard House, George Howard, Carrol John- ston, Brown W. Kelly. Fourth row: George Kindrick, Robert Kratz, Granville H. Lance, Charles Lawrence, Joseph B. List, Willis E. Littleton, Gilbert Mazair, Harvey M. McClellan, Frank M. McMillan. Fifth row: Roger Noonan, Pete Parks, Ben Pence, Kenneth Penning- ton, Andrew Polites, Sam Potter, William Ratliff, Richard Ray, John W. Robinson. Sixth row: Jet? P. Ross, Edward Schrivner, Jacob Shaver, James Stepp, Ollie Stakes, George Sullivan, Robert Sullivan, Jesse Tate, Leo Thomas. Seventh row: Charles Wagoner, Harry Walker, John Walker, Randolph Walthall, Robert Wells, Dallas Willoughby, Lawrence Wil- moth, Harry Worden. DENTAL SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Preyident ............................................................ Harry Moore Vice Prejidem ............................................ John David Craft Secretary-Tremwer .......................................... Lewis Graham Tlae Dental School Dance Ipomored by the Student Council. John David Craft Roy D. Johnson Harry Moore John R. Smith N at pictured: Joe Taylor Hyden, Ed Porter, Howard Mitchell, Joseph Pugh, Lewis Graham. Fm; row: Harry Bohannon, Charles Carter, John Clines, Donald Culberson, Warren E. Fischer, John Greene, William J. Mansfield. Second row: Howard Mitchell, Edward Neel, James O'Bannon, Harold Ridge, William E. Salter, Duncan M. Smith, A. G. Wilson. Not pictured: Wayne W. Collier, Bolivar Furman, James W. Holladay, James L. Hutson, George 0. Sanford, Jack K. Whitman. OFFICERS Preyident ................................................................................................ John L. Clines Vice Prexident.. .. Charles D. Carter Secretary .................................................................................................... Edward Neel Treasurer ....... Warren Fischer Advimr Dr. T heodore Logan PHI DELTA HONORARY FRATERNITY BETA DELT A HONORARY FRATERNITY Fixrxt r0w.' Char1es Carter, John Clines, Clarence E. Cole, Wayne Collier, Donald E. Culberson, John C. Greene, James Hutson. Second row: William J. Mansfleld, Harry Moore, William Neel, James O Bannon, Harold Ridge, William E. Salter, George Sanford. Third row: James L. Siemens, John K. Smith, A. G. Wilson, William E. Willis. Not pictured: William B. Adkins, Dock Meador, Louis M. Oberby. OFFICERS Prexidem ................................................................................................ John C. Greene Vice Prexident.... ................... Charles D. Carter Secretary-Treamrer .............................................................................. James O,Bannon Adviwn ....... Dr. Henry B. Fitch, Dr. R. P. Bowen DELTA SIGMA DELTA FRATERNITY was founded at the University of Michi- gan November 15, 1882. Epsilon Epsilon Chapter received its charter at the University of Louisville on April 28, 1914. This fraternity was the first Greek letter society to restrict its membership to students in dentistry and practi- tioners of dentistry. First row: Patrick Adams, William Allen, Art Anderson, Hal Arnett, Eugene Baldwin, Carl Barbour, Everett V. Barge, William H. Birch. Second row: Jack Birtles, Harry M. Bohannon, Bertram R. Bohn, David Bowie, Thomas C. Boykin, John Boyles, Grigsley Browning, William C. Bryant. Tbhd row: Charles Carter, Wayne Collier, Jack Cullen, Henry Duley, Ernest Estridge, Frank Farris, Bill C. Fuller, Bruce Funk. Fourth row: Nelson Graham, John C. Greene, Charles E. Gullett, William Henderson, Joseph Hodge, James W. Holladay, Edward Hord, Jack Hutton. Fifth row: Roy D. Johnson, Ballard Jolly, Nathaniel R. Layson, Ben Lewis, Dan Lindsay, James Lovett, Phillip Mazzocchi, Robert Mills. DELTA SIGMA DELTA DENTAL FRATERNITY OFFICERS Grand Maxter ............................................................................ Harry Moore Worthy Master ...................................................................... John C. Greene Scribe ...................................................................................... Charles Carter Treamrer .............................................................................. William Adkins Tyler ...... Nelson Graham Hi5t0rian.... ...William E. Neel H owe Manager ............ William Birch Senior Page ............................................................................ William Bryant Junior Page ............................................................................ Phil Mazzocchi Faculty Adm'xor .................................................................. Dr. Pat H. Lyddan Auimmt: ........................................ Dr. E. M. Ellison, Dr. Julian Harlow DELTA SIGMA First row: Howard Mitchell, Andrew Moore, Harry Moore, William C. Moore, Joe Morgan, Harry Navarre. Second row: William E. Neel, Curtis Park, Russell Parrott, William Penny, Jack Perciful, Marvin R. Porter. Third row: Sam C. Potter, Robert K. Ransom, Albert Reedy, William E. Salter, James Sholar, Austin R. Skaggs. Fourth row: Duncan M. Smith, Sydnor Stealey, Ray Taylor, Carl W. Townsend. Fifth row: James Vance, James R. West, A. G. Wilson, George W. Wilson. Not pictured: William B. Adkins, William Allen, William Bradley, Neil C. Demaree, Thomas A. Miller, John K. Smith. DELTA PSI OMEGA DENTAL FRATERNITY Fin! row: Charles Adams. Second row: Neil Barrow, Julian Benton, William Blinco, Robert Caldwell, Robert Carpenter. Third row: Thomas Casto, John Cavanaugh, James Childers, Jehn Clines, Richard Cocke. Fourth row: Clarence Cole, John David Craft, Robert Crow, Donald Culberson, James Douglas. Fifth row: Herschel Dunn, Samuel DuVall, John W. Fabel, Edsel Fields, Quentin Frazier. OFFICERS Grand Maxter .......................................................................... Joseph E. Pugh lum'or Master .......................................................................... John L. Clines Secretary ...... ...James Y. O Bann0n Treamrer ...Lewis Graham Chaplain ..................................................................... Eugene Cole Editor .................................................................................. Thomas F. Casto Faculty Advixor .............................................................. Dr. James G. Mixson Pint row: Jack Giannini, Lewis Graham, Monte Gross, Ben C. Hall, Elbert Hampton, Harold Hoover, Thomas Hunter, Joe Hyden. Second row: Hilary Lutes, William Mansheld, John Mc- Cutcheon, James McKiney, James McMillen, Dock Meador, James OhBannon, George Perdue. Third row: Richard Plant, Edward N. Porter, Joseph Pugh, William C. Reynolds, Harry Ritter, Duncan Robertson, Leo Rumph, Thomas Scholl. Fourth row: James Scott, William Seldom, Charles Shacklett, Robert Skarman, Norvil Spears, Julius Stephenson, James R. Stewart, William Vonsick. Fifth row: Harry Weddington, Wilber Wells, Robert Wesley, Samuel Williams, William E. Willis, Steven Woodard, William Worthington, William Yates. Not pictured: Elmer Bryant, Joseph Green, James Hutson, Louis Overby, James Sawyer. PSI OMEGA DENTAL FRATERNITY IP 51 OMEGA DENTAL FRATERNITY was founded at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 1892. Omicron Chapter received its charter at the University of Louisville in 1892. The fraternity aims to main- tain the standards of the profession, to encourage scientific investigation and literary culture. It is the largest of all Dental Fraternities in the United States. Woodrow M. Strickler was the Director of the Division of Adult Education until near the end of the school year when he was appointed Vice President of the University of Louisville. He has been a member of the faculty since 1958 except for the years he served in the Navy. Mt. Strickler received his 3.5. de- gree from Bucknell University and an M.B.A. from the Uni- versity of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the Southern Economic Association, Omi- cron Delta Kappa, Delta Mu Delta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, the Louisville Lions Club and several other organizations. Mr. Strickler was replaced by Dr. William Huffman, Associ- ate Professor of Economics- Commerce. THE DIVISION OF ADULT EDUCATION at the University of Louisville is steadily in- creasing in enrollment and variety of the curriculum. The members of the community who believe that education should continue throughout life make possible these evening classes in almost every held Which until recently were available only to participants in the regular daytime curricula. D.A.E. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council of the Division of Adult Educa- tion acts as a governing body for the students. Its members are elected by the students to plan and co- ordinate the many activities of the school during the year. Seated, left to right: Strawn Taylor, Advisor; Jo Ann Trent, Secretary; Don Gonzalez, President; Ted Stewart, Vice Presi- dent; Mary Catherine T wickler, Treasurer. Standing: Jim Page, Harry Wooldridge, Harry T. Newman, Pat Meckissis, Melvin Schwarz, Bettye Caummissar, Connie Powell, Renee Olberz, Al Waddle, Marilyn Thompson, John Frantz, Tom Bright, Ann Dasenbrock. OWL STAFF The Owl, the D.A.E. newspaper, is published by the students of the school. It strengthens the bond among these fellow students from all walks of life by keeping them well informed of the activities of the University. Left to right, seated: Tom Bright, George Cunningham, Editor; Ted Stewart. Standing: Don Gonzalez, Connie Powell, Mr. Stanley E. Fisher. Adviser. Left to right, jirxt row: Bettye Cunningham, Betty Schulte, Margaret Higgins. Second row: Ann Lickteig, Jennie Raibert, Betty Louden, Louise Cannon, Libby Link. Third row: Marjorie Dooling, Mary Giardina, Ann Turner, Virginia Turner, Florence Holzsclaw, Betty Ann Hoerter. SIGMA DELTA NU SORORITY DELTA ALPHA EPSILON FRATERNITY Fin; row: Charles Gribbons, George Cunningham, Connie Powell, Joe Lusk. Second row: Al Waddle, Lionel Craft, Joe Cunningham, Jim Page, Harold Leppart, James Lyrrell. Third row: Robert Sumser, Joseph Hounchel, Robert Cooper, Strawn Taylor, Don Gonzalez, Tommy Schmalt, Jim Kidwell, Ted Stewart, Louis Torstrkick, Joseph Quirico. 33" 5 mm :1; write: a, 2321;. KENT SCHOOL? or? Dean Howell V. Wil- liams, Dean and Profesh set of the Raymond A. Kent School of Social Work since 1947, re- ceived his BJ. from the University of Missouri, M.A. at Bucknell Univer- sity, PhD. at the Univer- sity of Chicago, and has done work as the Re- search Associate, Delin- quency Control Institute, University of Southern California during 1946- 1947. KEN T SCHOOL F ACULTY The full-time staff members of Kent School are t left to riglaU: Edith Wehman, Associate Professor; Mathilda Mathisen, Associate Professor; Birdie Lee Brown, Secretary; Howell V. Williams, Dean and Professor; Margaret Lamont, Assistant Professor; Pauline B. Boyd, Instructor; and Helen Sanders, Associate Professor. The school also has eight part-time staff members in the following social work areas: Home Economics, Medicine, Psychiatry, Psychology, Social Group Work and Community Organization. KEN T SCHOOL STUDEN T COUNCIL The purpose of the organization is to estab- lish better relationship among students and between students and faculty in order to ac- quaint the students with the professional social work field. The students have a weekly business-social meeting With speakers from various fields of social work for the pur- pose of providing the students with a better understanding of their work and objectives. OFFICERS Left to right: Charles E. Cox ........ Student Council Reporter Wallace C. Oppel ...................... Vice President Phillip J. Muldoon.. .................. Prelident James A. Hipps ...................... S otial Chairman Robert L. Fietstein..Studem Council Reporter Not pictured: Dorothy Robinson Harris, Treamrer. Kent School classes are similar to those of other schools in the University. The subjects covered include psychiatric and medical in- formation, case work, group work, child and public welfare, and work in various social agencies under supervision. T HE RAYMOND A. KENT SCHOOL of Social Work was originated by the Louisville Welfare League in 1918 and it was affiliated with the University of Louisville in 1923. It became the Graduate Division of Social Administration in 1937 and by 1944, the school was an autonomous professional school. The school offers a two-year course of study leading to the degree of Master of Science in Social Vlork. Left to right, first row: Catherine BottorE, Second Year, Jefferson- ville, Ind., K.S.S.O. Samuel Brady, Second Year, Brooklyn, N. Y., U.S.C.; K.S.S.O.; Sigma Alpha Mu, Historian. Donald C. Brown, First Year, Louisville, Ky. William C. Brummell, First Year, Anchorage, Ky. Virginia Caldwell, First Year, Louisville, Ky. Helen Cloud, First Year, Louisville, Ky. Wesley Coleman, Second Year, Louisville, Ky. KENT SCHOOL STUDENTS Second row: Thurl L. Copeland, Second Year, Louisville, Ky. Charles Cox, Second Year, Grantz, Ky., U.S.C.; K.S.S.O. William J. Dunaway, Second Year, Louisville, Ky. Jeanne Faivre, First Year, Louisville, Ky. Robert Fierstein, Second Year, Buffalo, N. Y., U.S.C.; American Association of Social Workers; Cardinal reporter; Beta Sigma Rho, Chancellor. Elise Frisso, Second Year, Louisville, Ky. Donald Carden, First Year, Louisville, Ky. Left to right, third row: M. Louise Glass, Second Year, Louis- ville, Ky. Ralphe W. Harris, Second Year, Louisville, Ky., K. S. Student Organization, Vice- Pres. James Allen Hipps, Second Year, Buechel, Ky., Kent School Social Chairman; Cardinal Repor- ter. Irwin Mandel, Second Year, Louisville, Ky. Stanley Mahoney, Second Year, Louisville, Ky. Maxine Maupin, Second Year, Louisville, Ky. Paul R. McAvoy, In, Second Year, Louisville, Ky. Fourth row: Donald Joseph Mil- ler, Second Year, Louisville, Ky., Kent School OrganiZation. Phil- Iip J. Muldoon, JL, Second Year, Louisville, Ky., Kent Student Council. Pres.; U.S.C.; "L" Club, Pres.; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sec; Phi Alpha Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Law Student Council, Pres.; U. of L. Basketball Team; U. of L. Football Team; Newman Club, Secretary. Wallace C. Oppel, Second Year, Louisville, Ky., U.S.C.; K.S. Student Organi- zation, Vice-Pres.; Thoroughbred, Kent Editor; Kentucky Welfare Association; American Association Social Workers; American Asso- ciation Medical Social Workers; American Anthropological Asso- ciation. Charles Parman, First Year, Louisville, Ky. Louise Plaut, Second Year, Louisville, Ky. Dorothy Robinson, Second Year, Louisville, Ky. Magdalene Varybopyotouz, First Year, Athens, Greece. Fifth row: Arthur Washington, First Year, Louisville, Ky. Dean Absalom Russell became the Dean of the School of Law in 1946. He has, however, been associated with the school since 1946. He is a grad- uate of Berea and Yale University Law School and was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 1930. Afterward, Dean Russell spent several years with the Federal Bureau of In- vestigation. ll HE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE SCHOOL OF LAW was organized in 1846 and is the second oldest law school in the South. The incorporation of the jef- fetson School of Law and the introduction of evening classes are the recent outstanding advancements of Law School. The school has one of the best libraries in the South and is continuing to grow in position and prominence. F ACULTY Lefl to right: George L. Brodschi, Doctor in Geo-Politics; Lecturer. James R. Merritt, A.B., LL.B., Associate Pro- fessor of Law. William B. Peden, B.S., C.P.A., LL.B., Instructor of Law. Ralph S. Petrilli, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., Assistant Professor of Law. Carl Arthur Warns, JL, A.B., LL.B., LL.M., Associate Professor of Law. Not pictured: Otis Preston Dobie, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., Professor of Law. Athol Lee Taylor, A.B., LL.B., Asso- ciate Professor of Law. Andrew W. Duncan, JL, LL.B., Lecturer. Richard C. Oldham, B.A., LL.B., Lecturer. James R. Peabody, JL, B.S., M.A., LL.B., Lecturer. Albert F. Reutlinger, LL.B., Lecturer. James U. Smith, JL, LL.B., Lecturer. S. Russell Smith, LL.B., Lecturer. James W. Stites, A.B., LL.B., Lecturer. Ernest Woodward II, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., Lecturer. Law S c.6001 Faculty M eetin g Law S cbool S ecretarie: T HE BRIEFING SERVICE, founded in 1936, marks one of the out- standing achievements of the University of Louisville Law School. This school is the first in the country to adopt such a plan. Its functions are to render a research service to members of the Ken- tucky Bar whose libraries are inadequate to solve complicated legal problems, to give students a chance to familiarize themselves With pressing and everyday legal problems, and to foster a closer relationship with students and practicing members of the bar. THE BRIEFING STAFF William Burbank Robert Davis Claude Eddleman Albert Hamm Ewing Hardy Charles Leibson Ray LeMaster Wilton Long Tom Pfau Stan Statford David Varble Wilton Long, Chairman, zmd Mr. Dobie, Adm'mr. SENIORS NOT PICTURED: RUSSELL BURGE, Delta Theta Phi, Tri- bune; Vice-Dean; Honor Code Comm. ROBERT A. BECHT, S.B.A.; Briefing Service. HARRY HOUSER BOAZ. RAY LeMASTER, JR., Delta Theta Phi, Master of Rolls; S.B.A., Treas.; Brief- ing Service. LEONARD T. MITCHELL, Sturgis, Ky., Law ; Delta Theta Phi, Vice Dean ; S.B.A. PAUL NIEHAUS. ROBERT E. JOHNSON, Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Alpha Delta; S.B.A., Social Comm.; Moot Court; Political Arena. EWING L. HARDY, JR., P.A.D., Secy., Treas.; S.B.A,, Secy., Executive Comm., Placement Committee; Moot Court, Vice Pres.; O.D.K., U.S.C. ALBERT V. HAMM, O.D.K., P.A.D., Vice Pres.; Briefing Service; Moot Court, Vice Pres.; Student Bar Pres.; Board gsgtudent Publications; Cardinal; SENIORS RALPH M. ALLEN, Hodgenville, Ky., Law; Delta Theta Phi; S.B.A., Placement Committee; Moot Court. WILLIAM BACH, Louisville, Ky., Law; S.B.A. CAROL BOTKIN, Louisville, Ky., Law; SKA. PAUL FREDRICK BRADY, Jeffersonville, 1nd,, Law; Delta Theta Phi; Clerk of Exchequer, Dean; Delegate A.S.L.A. Ohio State, Vanderbilt; Placement Committee; Honor Code Committee; Moot Court Club, Pres.; Committee on Defense Mobilization, Chairman. WILLIAM F. BURBANK, Louisville, Ky., Law; 0.D.K.; U.S.C., Pres.; S.B.A Executive Committee Chairman; Outstanding Freshman Key; Flexner Scholarship; Thoroughbred, Law Editor; Board of Student Publications; Phi Alpha Delta, Marshall, Clerk, Justice; Wandering Greeks, Pres.; Moot Court, Delegate: N.SA. National Congress; A.S.L.A. Convention; Briefing Service; I.F.C. Senior Commencement Committee; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. JAMES EDWARD CLARKSON, Maysville, Ky., Law; Delta Theta Phi, Bailiff; Sigma Phi Epsilon; S.B.A. GEORGE B. CUMBERLEDGE, Weirton, W. Va., Law; Phi Delta Theta, Duke Chapter; Delta Theta Phi; S.B.A. ROBERT E. DAVIS, Louisville, Ky., Law; S.B.A.; Briefing Service Staff. TRUETT R. DeMOISEY, Walton, Ky., Law; Phi Alpha Delta, Marshall; S. .A., L Club, Pres; Assistant Coach Freshman Basketball Team; Basketball. FRED C. DOLT, Louisville, Ky., Law; Phi Alpha Delta, Clerk; Alpha Phi Omega; Political Arena, Executive Committee; Pep Club; S.B.A., As- sistant Treas., Chairman Membership Committee; Justice Student Bar Court; O.D.K.; Leon Lewis Scholarship; Flexner Scholarship. JOSEPH RAYMOND FREDRICK, Louisville, Ky., Law; S.B.A., Convoca- tion Committee Chairman; Faculty Relations Committee Chairman; Constitutional Revision Committee; Delta Theta Phi, Exchequer, Dean. WILLIAM FULLER, Louisville, Ky., Law: Political Arena, Pres.; Debate Club; Playshop: I.R.C.; S.B.A.; Cardinal; Pep Club; Philosophy Club, Program Chairman. Card; are the favorite pmt-lime at Law Scbool, 100! SENIORS PHILLIP GOODYEAR, Louisville, Ky;, Law; S.B.A. FRANK E. l-IADDAD, JR., Louisville, Ky., Law; Phi Alpha Delta, S.B.A.; Library Committee, Chairman; Executive Committee. CLETUS B. HANLEY, Louisville, Ky., Law; Delta Theta Phi; S.B.A.; Book Award in Equity. ALAN NATHAN LEIBSON, Louisville, Ky., Law; Phi Alpha Delta; Moot Court; S.B.A. CHARLES MORRIS LEIBSON, Louisville, Ky., Law; O.D.K.; Sigma Alpha Mu, Secy., Treas.; U.S,C., Publicity Chairman; Cardinal; Briefing Staff; Delta Phi Alpha; Playshop; S.B.A., Social Committee; Deaws Honor Roll; President's Scholarship; Trustee,s Scholarship; Book Awards-Agency, Constitutional Law, Insurance. JERRY A. LLOYD, Louisville, Ky., Law; S.B.A., Membership Committee Chairman, Treas. Executive Committee; Phi Alpha Delta. WILTON LONG, Louisville, Ky., Law; Phi Alpha Delta, Treas.; Kappa Alpha, Secy., Vice Pres.; Moot Court; 0.D.K., Pres.; S.B.A., Chief Justice, Executive Committee, Chairman Convocation Committee; Brief- ing Service, Research Supervisor; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities; Senior Commencement Committee. CHARLES R. LUKOR, Louisville, Ky., Law; S.B.A. CHARLES C. McCONNELL, Louisville, Ky., Law; Lambda Chi Alpha, Treas., Pres.; Briefing Service; O.D.K.; S.B.A., Placement Committee, Justice. LYNN MITCHELL, Louisville, Ky., Law; Kappa Alpha; S.B.A., U.S.C. LOUIS M. NICOULIN, Louisville, Ky., Law; A.B., Political Sciencei N'otre Dame; Delta Theta Phi, Exchequer, CLARENCE A. NOBLE, JR., Louisville, Ky., Law. MATTHEW B. QUINN, JR., Louisville, Ky., Law; Delta Theta Phi, Bailiff; S B.A. EUGENE POWELL RASSINIER, Louisville, Ky., Law; Phi Kappa Delta, Secy., Treas.; Alpha Phi Omega; Delta Theta. Phi, Tribune, Rep. to 27th Biennial Convention at Cleveland; S B.A. FREDERICK B. ROBINSON, Indianapolis, Ind., Law; Phi Alpha Delta. SEYMOUR H. ROWLAND, JR., Louisville, Ky., Law; Briefmg Service; S.B.A.; Contracts Book Award. THOMAS W. SPECKMAN, Louisville, Ky., Law; Delta Kappa. Epsilon; S.B.A.; Phi Alpha Delta; Moot Court; Wandering Greeks. HAROLD D. STIVERS, Louisville, Ky., Law; Phi Alpha Delta; S.B.A., Social Committee. Law 5619001 Election STANLEY STRATFORD, Louisville, Ky., Law; S.B.A. GEORGE WILLIS, Shelbyville, Kappa Alpha; Moot Court. Ky., Law; Phi Alpha Delta: JUNIORS Harry Boaz Donald Berman Wilbum DeBruler Claude Eddleman Albert Hamm Ewing Hardy Robert Johnson Joe Leibson Ray LeMaster Joseph McCall John Miller Thomas Pfau William RueE John Runyan Edwin Schrocring Ray Shelton Louis Straub David Varble David Wagner Arthur Wilding Prexident Davidmnir speech during a Law C 0mm. FRESHMEN Stanley Benovitz Aldred Calloway Samuel Campbell Robert Carter Willis Cowley Ray Eberhard Gilbert Goldberg Cornelius Hibbitts Ray Isert Richard Joseph Linton Joseph Savoie Reinald F. Schey Maurice Trautwein Charles Stone Kenneth Whitney What a change of interest cbecker5 imtead 0f cardx! PHI ALPHA DELTA Fm; row: William Burbank, Robert Carter, Truitt DeMoisey, Fred Dolt. Second row: Phillip Goodyear, Richard Graham, Frank Haddad, Albert Hamm, Ewing Hardy, Robert Johnson. Third row: Alan Leibson, Richard Joseph Linton, Jerry Lloyd, Bill Long, John Miller, Seymour H. Rowland. Fourth row: Edwin Schroering, Tom Speckman, Harold Stivers, Louis Straub, Dave Wagner, George Willis. V INSON CHAPTER OF PHI ALPHA DELTA, active at the University of Louisville since 1955, is one of fifty-eight active chapters and thirty-one alumni chapters. It seeks to cultivate a closer bond of friendship and to attain a higher and broader culture for its members than it obtained in the regular college course. OFFICERS Janice ............... ..Torn Speckman Vice-Jmtice ............................................ A1 Hamm Clerk ...................................................... Tom Pfau Treasurer .......................................... Ewing Hardy Manlmll .............................................. Louis Straub DELTA THETA PHI MEMBERS AND Ralph Allen Arthur Crowell Paul Brady George Cumberledge Russell Burge John Dixon Al Isert Ray Eberhard Clyde Ferguson Joseph Fredrick James Clarkson James Cobb John Colson OFFICERS Dean ................................................ ...Joseph Fredrick Vice Dezm . ..... Russell Burge Tribune ......................... .Eugene Rassinier .mLouis Nicoulin ...... Ray LeMaster ..Harold Martin ...................... Matt Quinn Clerk of the Exchequer.. Matter of the Roll: ........ Mayer of the Ritlml. Baliff ...................... Cletus Hanley Alfred Ingram Robert Jackson Hobart Johnson George Leaf PLEDGES 1951-1952 Ray LeMasters James Mansfield Harold Martin Milford Meyers Frank Mimms Leonard Mitchell Lynn Mitchell Louis Nicoulin Joe Savoie Marion OiGrady Charles Stone Harlan Peden Ed Stone Matt Quinn James Stewart Eugene Rassinier Harry Troutman Kenneth Whitney John P. Runyon The Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity, the largest legal fraternity in the United States, was founded in 1900. Today Delta Theta Phi has eighty-one active student senates, thirty-four active alumni senates, and a total membership of over 30,000. The Henry Clay Senate, located at the University of Louisville, was installed in 1948 and at present has a membership of forty law students. Its members are active in Law School activities, participating in the Moot Court Club and serving on the various Student Bar Association committees. Regular monthly dinner meetings are held and prominent local judges and lawyers are invited as guest speakers. The Louisville Alumni Senate was installed in 1951 and has a membership of twenty-hve. Dean A. C. Russell is Dean of the Alumni Senate. The object of the Fraternity is to unite congenial stu- dents of the law, to lead them to high scholarship, and to advance the interest of every college of law of Which this fraternity shall be associated. Student BM H onomry Judge: ll HE STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION, the Student Government of the School of Law, is patterned after the American Bar Association, and is designed to familiarize the Law Student with the functions of the Bar Association and provide a more effective and efficient form of student government. STUDEN T BAR ASSOCIATION Moot C amt Balrrz'xterk Ball Dean James Murray Kins- man has been associated with the School of Medi- cine since 1925 and be- came Dean in 1949. He received his A.B. at Mt. Allison University and his MD. at McGill University. Dr. Kinsman is a Diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine, a Fel- low of the A.M.A., Central Society for CliniCal Re- search, Southern Society of Clinical Research, and American Society of Clini- cal Investigation. He is also a member of A.K.K. and A.O.A. THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, founded October 23, 1837, observes with pride the achievements of its alumni, its contributions to medical progress, and its record of community and national service. The degree of Doctor of Medicine conferred by the University of Louisville is recognized by every State Board in the United States for both licensure examina- tions and reciprocity, and also for licensure examination by the National Exam- ining Board and by the British Conjoint Board. F ACULTY $ DAVID E. BOOKER, B.S., M.D., Assoc. and Dept. Executive Obstetrics and Gynecology and Assoc. in Community Health. ARCH EVAN COLE, B.A., Ph.D., Prof. of Anatomy. JAMES C. DRYE, M.D., Assoc. Prof. of Surgery. EDMUND K. HALL, B.S., Ph.D., D.Sc., Assoc. Prof. of Anatomy. JOSEPH E. HAMILTON, B.A., M.D., Prof. of Sur- gery. PETER K. KNOEFEL, B.A., M.A., M.D., Prof. and Chairman of the Dept. of Pharmacology. WILLIAM F. LAMB, M.B., M.D., M.P.H., Assoc. Prof. of Community Health. HAMPDEN C. LAWSON, A.B., B.S., Ph.D., M.D., Prof. and Chairman of the Dept. of Physiology. EVERETT L. PIRKEY, M.D., Prof. of Radiology. GRADIE R. ROWNTREE, M,D., MtP.H., M.S., Assoc. Prof. of Community Health, Chief of Section of Occupational Health. ARTHUR WEIDER, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., 'Assoc. Prof. of Medical Psychology. SENIORS JOHN SHERMAN ASHWORTH, Ky., Med- icine. JOHN ROBERT BAKER, 1nd,, Medicine. HAROLD BRYAN BARTON, Ky., Medi- cine. JOHN CALLIN BATES, Louisville, Medicine. Phi Chi. Ky., JOHN B. BEAVEN, Ky., Medicine. JAMES LORNE BECKNELL, Louisville, Ky., Medicine. OWEN DONALD BENTON, Jamaica, N. Y., Medicine. ERVIN L. BILLING, Grand Forks, N. D., Medicine. PATRICIA 0. BOLTON, Ky., Medicine. ths Who Among Students in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities. CLINTON L. BORDER, JR., Louisville. Ky., Medicine. EDWARD BOROW, New Jersey, Medicine. REGINALD STEPHEN BOWEN, Ky., Medicine. EDWARD C. BOWLING, JR., Ky., Medi- cine. MAURICE BOWLING, Louisville. Ky., Medicine. Alpha. Kappa Kappa. CLYDE MILTON BRASSFIELD, Ky., Medicine. FRANK INGRAM BUCKNER, JR., Ky., Medicine. GENE PATRICK BURKE, Missouri, Medi- cme. HENRY FORREST CHAMBERS, JR., Owensboro, Ky., Medicine. Phi Chi. DONALD CHATHAM. Louisville, Ky., Medicine. A.B., Georgetown College; M.S.S.C.; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Kappa Alpha; ths Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. KATHRYN EMMA CHRISTMAN, Missouri. Medicine. WILLIAM JOSEPH COLBURN, Murray, Ky. B.S., Murray State College. CARL COOPER, JR., Salyersville, Ky., Medicine. Phi Chi, Guide, Delegate to National Phi Chi Convention, New York. 1 ROBERT GRAHAM COOPER. Shively, Ky., Medicine. LEWIS PEARCE CROSBY, Ky., Medicine. SENIORS JOHN RUSSELL DAMRON, Ky., Medicine. JOSEPH F. DAUGHERTY, Florence. Ky., Medicine; B..,S University of Kentuc- ky; Phi Chi. DOUGLAS DAVID, Ky., Medicine. CHARLES ELMER DAVIS, Ky., Medicine. HAROLD QUINN DAVIS, Irvine, Ky., Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Stu- dent Member Ky. Medical Association. PAUL E. DAVIS, JR., Ky., Medicine. FRANK H. DE LAND, JR., Ky., Medicine. MARVIN B. DILLON, Louisville, Ky., Medicine; Phi Chi. KENNETH R. DOWNS, Ky., Medicine. JOHN RICHARD DUFFIELD, Louisville. Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. DAVID J. DUKES, N. D.. Medicine. GEORGE FLOYD DWYER, JR., Buechel, Ky., Medicine; Phi Chi. CHARLES C. ELLIOTT, Ky., Medicine. CECIL W. ELY. Louisville, Ky., Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa; US C. LAWRENCE K. EPPLE, Mo., Medicine. ROBERT L. GERLAUGH, Ky., Medicine. OLIN CARTER GLASS, Sissonville, W. Va., Medicine; Phi Chi. NORMAN GLASER, Louisville, Ky., Medi- cine; Phi Delta Epsilon, Vice Pres., Pres.; O.D.K., ACS S. 0.; Sigma Al- pha Mu, Pres. LUIS GONZALEZ SALDANA. Puerto Rico, Medicine. ARTHUR LEE GOODMAN. Louisville, Ky. ., Medicine, Phi Chi. DAVID W. HALL, Carthage, Mo., Medi- cine; Phi Beta Pi. BURTON McMILLAN HEINE, Louisville, Ky., Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa, Kappa Alpha; Alpha, Epsilon Delta; Phi Psi. CARL HENRY, Ky., Medicine. JOHN MADISON HOLLAND, Louisville, Ky., Medicine; B.S., Eastern Kentucky State College; W. B. Saunders Co. Chemistry Prize; Phi Chi; Alpha Omega Alpha, Vice Pres. of Sopho- more, Junior, Senior Classes. SENIORS ROBERT S. HOWELL, Ky., Medicine. JOHN D. HUMMEL. JR., Williamsburg, Ky., Medicine, Phi Chi, Treas., Pre- siding Senior: U.S.C.; M.S.S.C., Secy.; S.A.M.A.; Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Colleges and Uni- versities. LESTER JACKSON, Ky., Medicine. JOHN MARK JAMES, Tell City, Ind., Medicine, Phi Delta. Theta; Phi Chi. Social Chairman. CHARLES W. JUSTICE, JR., Ludlow. Ky., Medicine, Alpha Kappa Kappa, House M312, Executive Committee. LIONEL R. KING, Louisville, Ky., Medi- cine, Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Mu Alpha; Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa, Secy. CHESTER R. LEWIS, Louisville, Ky., Medicine, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Vice Pres., Pres.; M.S.S.C., Vice Ptes., U.S.C. PAUL F. MADDOX, Bruin, Ky., Medicine, Alpha Kappa Kappa; B.S., Morehead State College. CLAUDE L. McHARGUE, Louisville, Ky., Medicine, Alpha Kappa Kappa. ROBERT NEAL McKINLEY, Louisville, Ky., Medicine. WILLIAM C. MITCHELL, Ky., Medicine. JAMES P. MULDOON, Louisville, Ky., Medicine, Phi Chi; M.S.S.C.; U.S.C.; Pres. of Senior Class; Senior Com- mencement Committee; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. JACK L. MULLIGAN, Ky., Medicine. PATRICK J. MURPHY, II, Ky., Medicine. RAY E. MURPHY. JR., Ky., Medicine. WILLIAM NOBLE NASH, Shelbyville. Ky., Medicine, Phi Chi. GEORGE 0. NELL, Ky., Medicine. LAWRENCE RAY NICKELL, West Liber- ty, Ky., Medicine, B.S., University of Kentucky. Alpha. Kappa Kappa; A1- pha Omega Alpha, Pres.; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. CARL W. NOBLE, Jackson, Ky., Medicine, Alpha Epsilon Delta: Med. Science Club; Biology Club; Basketball. EUGENE Q. FARR, Ky., Medicine. WILLIAM P. PEAK, Louisville, Ky., Medicine. WILLIAM M. PETTY, JR.. Louisville, Ky., Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa: Med- ical R.O.T.C. FREDERICK CHARLES REISS, Louis- ville, Ky., Medicine; B.S.. University of Louisville: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Theta Chi Delta; A.E.D.; Woodcock Society; Phi Chi, Alpha Omega Alpha. ANGEL MARIO ROMERO, Puerto Rico, Medicine; Phi Chi. Student Member of Kentucky State Medical Association. SENIORS RICHARD L. ROTH, Louisville, Ky., Medi- cine; Phi Chi; Delta Upsilon; A.E.D.; Delta Phi Alpha; Theta. Chi Delta. EARL D. RUSSELL, Mo., Medicine. GEORGE W. SCHAFER, Louisville, Ky., Medicine; Phi Chi. WAYNE R. SHAW, South Dakota, Medi- cine; University of South Dakota Medical School; Phi Chi. CLAIBOURNE P. SHONNARD, New Jer- sey, Medicine. HAROLD E. SHUFFLEBARGER, Ky., Medicine. GILES L. STEPHENS, Louisville, Ky., Medicine; B.S., University of Louis- ville; Phi Chi; M.S.S.C.; Student American Medical Association; A.E.D., Pres.; Theta Chi Delta; Phi Kappa Tau. RAYMOND N. STEPHENS, Ky., Medicine. JUDITH A. STOUT, Ky., Medicine, RONALD W. TAINTOR, North Dakota, Medicine. FRANK G. TRINOSKY, Louisville, Ky., Medicine; Phi Chi. FRANK H. WIGHT, M0,, Medicine. HADLEY M. WILSON, N. 0., Medicine; Alpha Kappa Kappa. JOHN A. WIMBERLY, Ky., Medicine. WILLIAM E. YANCEY, Ky., Medicine. LLOYD GEORGE YOPP, Ky., Medicine; Phi Chi. NATHAN ZIMMERMAN, N. J., Medicine; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Delta. Ep- silon; Varsity Baseball; L Club; Wood- cock Society. Not Pictured: DURRETT C. BENNETT, Ky. LYNN PAUL CARMICHAEL, Ky. HELEN B. KENNEDY, Conlan, Ky. MARY P. MATTESON, Mo. JAMES FRANCIS MORRIS, N. C. JOHNNY G. REYNOLDS, Ky. LEONARD SCHULTZ, Ky. JUNIORS Ernest W. Akins David Asher John Baird Bernard W. Barron William F. Boone Herbert C. Bradley, Jr. Buster F. Brown Alvin M. Chutney Norman Cohen Ben W. Crawford Dewey Cummins John H. Doyle David Drye Wesley Farnsley Charles R. Fisher Gordon H. Fleischaker Edwin C. Foltz Wellde W. Frey Milton B. Gaebe Robert C. Gaebe Henry R. Glass, Jr. John W. Glotfelty George Gumbert C. Gordon Gusslet William B. Hamilton Martha W. Harmon Olive Harris Lucy Glenrose Hazelwood Elton Heaton Edwin Hemness Ernestine Hilliard Stuart M. Hunter Wendell F. Hurt Robert Kidd Herbert Kresh Leslie W. Langley Donald H. Lawrence Paul Lett David B. Lewis Arthur Lieber Ferrell C. Lowery Wanless R. Mann Lloyd May Charles J. McGaff Robeft McKenny JUNIORS Victor L. McKinley William McManus Rollie Oakes Angel M. Otero Colon Peter A. Overstreet Geraldine Paxton L Forrest Radcliffe John W. Ratcliff Thomas Roach Robert Rosengarten Robert Salisbury James Salter Russell Scalf Samuel R. Scheen Hilde S. Schlesinger Theodore Schramm Millard Shepherd Charles Shipp Charles W. Sisk B. Pressley Smith Charles Spalding John T. Stevie Frank C. Stokes Chester Thornbcrry Thomas Threlkeld William B. Triplett John Untereker Leo H. Vensel Thomas Vonderhaar Claiborne J. Walton, Jr. Lolita S. Weakley Melvin White Charles Wickliffe Morgan E. Wing Not pictured: Warren Clark, Rob- ert Clary, Roy Cooksey, Jr., Robert Dean, Jon Goldsborough, Edward Graves, William Grise, Thomas Grubbs, JL, Olive Harris, Houston Hedges, JL, Jack Hell- man, Paul Hinds, Clifton Lowry, Lawrence Meltzer, Edwin Nolan, John Schanze, William Shidal, James Shipp, Lamar White, Earl Williams, and Raymond Yadon. SOPHOMORES William C. Ackerly Julian Adams John M. Allen Fred D. Barlow Harry Batts William Neale Bennett Joseph B. Brill Thornton E. Bryan Wendell Bums James Childers Elbert G. Christian Milton Comer Steve Cut? William T. Daniels Donne Demunbruu Kenneth DeSimone Robert W. Fidlet Howard Fink Philip L. Fuson Richard Gibbs Theodore Hahn William Hall Don Harmon Boris Heller Nancy E. Hinkle SOPHOMORES Sam Hodges Phil Holand John W. Huff Lawrence W. Jones Albert Joslin John Juridge William J. McNabb Milton F. Miller Ken Phillips Jean B. Ratliff James Rich William Russell Alice Sames William J. Sandman Edward Shrader Harry Stambaugh William Stodghill Will W. Ward, Jr. Donald Ware William H. Weinfurtner Francis B. Wells Paul Wolf Jack E. Wright K. Vincent Ziegler N at Pictured: Rex Johnson, Edwin C. Jordon, Paul Kappes, Virginia Keeney, George Kellerman, Auddie Kennedy, Thomas Kirby, Wayne Kotcamp, Jerry Mc- Kenney Wilbur Mitchell, Joseph Mudd, Randle Mullins, James Myers, John Myers, Lee Palmer, Stanley Price, James Ross, William Rye, Ben Sanders, Everett Sandlin, George Schrodt, James Shaw, Arthur Shulthise, John Southard, William Spaulding, Robert Stansbury, Dwight Townes, Jr., John Wallace, George White, Jay Wilson. Joseph L. Alexander James R. Almand John Blackburn Stephen Burkhart Robert Callaway Joe H. Carr Herbert Chaney Everett Coleman Jack Collins Harry Cowherd Edward P. Crawford Claude Cummins Clyde Danks James Davies Henry F. DeLong Victor S. Dizon Marion Douglas William B. Furgerson William H. Gillespie Walter H. Green S. Phillip Greiver Herbert Harkleroad Robert W. Harris Donald Howard William A. Johnson Eli Khouri Joseph Neil Marshall Thomas Marshall Ottis T. Martin John R. McGowan Renato Monaco 1.. A. Morgan Richard Natale A. Evan Overstreet James A. Payne Clinton R. Potts Glenn R. Powell William Powers Howard Ravencrafe M. William Rowlett Charles Smith Oscar W. Thompson David Wetherby FRESHMEN MEDICAL SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS Left to right, fin; row: Milton Comer, John Huff, James Muldoon, John Hummel, Martha Harmon. Second row: Donald Chatham, John Johnson, Richard Jolson, Bernard Barron, Charles McGaE, Don Har- mon. Third row: John Untereker, James Shaw, Dwight Blackburn. Not pictured: Joe Aleaxnder, C. R. Lewis. h i OFFICERS President James Muldoon Vice President James Shaw S ecretary John Hummel Treasurer Joe Alexander One of the principal projects of the Student Council is to contribute books to the library at Louisville General Hospital. ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA SCHOLASTIC HONORARY FRATERNITY ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA, the national honorary scholarship society in medi- cine, elects to membership each year students in their third and fourth years who are outstanding in scholarship and character. Its purpose is to encourage per- sonal honesty and the spirit of medical research. It is not a social organization and the custom is growing of dev0ting the chapter meetings to the presentation of clinical cases and scientilic papers with discussion. It is a non-secret, college medical honorary society. It was organized at the College of Medicine at the University of Illinois, Chicago, August 25, 1902 and is the only order of its kind in medical schools on this continent. There are forty-one active chapters representing nearly all of the institutions of the high- est rank in Canada and the United States and it is only granted to those attain- ing such tank that charters will be granted. Frank DeLand Luiz Gonsoles Saloana John M. Holland Chester Lewis Lawrence Nickell William M. Petty OFFICERS Members not pittured: Fred Reiss, Charles Elliott, Lionel King, Lloyd Yopp, Preyident Lawrence Nickell Paul Maddox, Richard Roth, Helen K. Conlon, Carl Noble, Lynn Car- . """""""""""""""""""""" ' h l. Vzce Premiem .................................... Fred Reiss mm ae Secretary... .............. John M. Holland Treasurer .......................... Charles Elliott Faculty 0$cen ................ Dr. Sidney E. johnson Dr. A. J. Miller The charter members of this chapter were: Irvin Abel John Walker Moore Floyd E. Fielding Lawrence J. Motyca Henry Gray Barbour Adolph A. Phngst Leonard D. Heaton Nora D. Dean Herbert Hart Hagan Estill N. Burke Otho C. Hudson Harry M. Weeter ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA was founded nationally in 1888 and the Alpha Nu Chapter was established in Louisville in 1909. OF FICERS Chapter Primarim .......... Dr. Robert F. Monroe Hixtorian ........................................ Fred Barlow Chapter Deputy .............. Dr. W. Burford Davis Warden ........ ....Robert Fidler Prexidem ................................ Chester R. Lewis Marxhall ........................................ Bill Daniels Vice Prexiziem .......................... John Untereker Chaplain ........................... William Weinfurtner Treamrer .......................................... Ed Jordon Eugene Parr Recording Secretary: ....................... Lionel King Executive Committee """""""" " Robert Dean Corremondiag Secretary .................. James Baird William Grise First row: David Asher, John Ashworth, John Baird, Fred D. Barlow, James Becknell, William N. Bennett, R. Stephen Bowen, Edward Bowling. Second row: Maurice Bowling, Herbert C. Bradley, Thornton Bryan, James Childers, John Damron, William Daniels, Harold Davis, John Duffleld. Third row: Charles Elliott, Cecil E. Ely, Robert W. Fidler, Philip L. Fuson, John W. Glotfelty, George Gumbert, William B. Hamilton, Burton Heine. Fourth row: Sam Hodges, Charles W. Justice, Lionel R. King, Chester R. Lewis, Paul Maddox, Claude McHargue, Lawrence Nickell, Eugene Q. Parr. ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA MEDICAL FRATERNITY ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA Fin! row: William Petty, Ken Phillips, Forrest Radcliffe, John W. Ratliff, James Salter, Charles W. Sisk, Harry Stambaugh, John Stevie. Second row: Frank C. Stokes, Oscar W. Thompson, John Untereker, Leo H. Vensel, William F. Weinfurtner, Francis B. Wells, Morgan Wing, Hadley Wilson. Member: not pictured: J. Bolton, R. Brandon, J. Bryant, W. Clark, R. Dean, W. Epling, W. Grise, Don Harding, H. Hedges, E. Jordon, P. Kappas, T. Kirby, John Meyers, S. Price, J. Ross, R. Salisbury, E. Sandlin, J. Schanze, G. White, J. Wilson. PLEDGES Pledge: not pictured: G. Ballard, J. Barnes, S. Boggess, J. Collis, R. Cornett, J. Davis, L. C. McCloud, R. McEndre, H. Moberly, R. Naser, R. Notsworthy, J. Orr, D. Penn, J. Pope, E. Prewitt, O. Renegar, N. Renfro, C. Rutledge, A. Shelton, Hugh Smith, C. Taylor, J. Tulloh, R. Wheeler, B. Mitchell, J. Shaw. Pint row John Blackburn, Stephen Burkhatt, Herbert Chaney, Everett Coleman, James Davies. Second row: Marion Douglas, William B. Furgerson, William A'. Johnson, Ottis Martin. PHI CHI MEDICAL FRATERNITY THE PHI CHI MEDICAL FRATERNITY was founded nationally in 1889 and the Alpha Alpha Chapter was established at the University of Louisville in 1894. OFFICERS "Cb? enjoyed the Phi Clai Dance, too! Preliding Senior ............................................................ John Hummel Prejiding Junior ............................................................ William Boone Secretary ............................. . ........................................ Lawrence Jones Treamrer .............................................................................. John Allen Alumni Secretary ............................................................ John Holland Judge Advocate .................................................................. Carl Henry Chapter Editw ..................................................................... J. P. Myers Guide! ............................................ Robert Brashear, Charles F. Fisher Sentinel .................................................................................. John Huff William Ackerly Julian Adams John Allen John Baker Harold Barton John C. Bates John Beaven William F. Boone Clinton Borders Clyde Btassfield Frank Buckner Henry Chamber Carl Cooper Ben Crawford Steve Cuff Dewey Cumming Joseph Daugherty Charles Davis Marvin Dillon John Doyle David Drye George Dwyer Wesley Farnsley Charles Fisher Edwin Foltz Henry Glass Art Goodman Gordon Gussler Theodore Hahn William Hall Off duty! Pledge: not pictured: R. Almgren, C. E. Cummins, P. Cun- ningham, J. Davies, j Hall, F. Hunter, E. D. Jackson, J. T. Johnson, N. Marshall, J. A. Marvel, C. McCall, Renato Monaco, R. Natale, Patrick O'Neil, Ray Remmers, William Skaggs, F. Sledd, R. Vincent. PHI CHI Carl Henry Robert S. Howell John Hummel Stuart Hunter Wendell F. Hurt John M. James Lawrence W. Jones Albert Joslin Robert Kidd Paul Lett Ferrell Lowery Lloyd May Charles J. McGaff William McManus James P. Muldoon Jack Mulligan Pat J. Murphy Ray E. Murphy William J. McNabb William Nash George Nell Angel Otero James Rich Thomas Roach Angel Romero Richard Roth Frederick Reiss William Russell Samuel R. Scheen George Schafer Member: not pictured: D. C. Bennett, R. F. Brashear, Lynn Carmichael, Roy Cooksey, Lewis Crosby, Frank DeLand, K. J. DeSimone, Clarence Dixon, 8. Freudenberger, Ralph Gambrel, Olin C. Glass, Edward C. Graves, G. R. Greenwell, Thomas Grubbs,,Q.r P. Holland, John Holland, John W. Hug, George Kellefman, A. C. Kennedy, W. W. Kotcamp, Leslie Langley, J. B. McKenney, William C. Mitchell, J. P. Meyers, R. M. Mullins, Edwin Nolan, Peter Overstreet, Lee Palmer, Johnny Reynolds, B. T. Sanders, Russell Scalf, A. J. Schulthise, Leonard Schultz, William Shidal, R. A. Stans- bury, Lamar XVhite, William Yancey, Lloyd Yopp. PHI CHI Wayne R. Shaw Claiborne P. Shonnatd Harold Shuiilebarger B. Pressley Smith Charles Spaulding Giles Stephens Ray Stephens Chester Thornberry Thomas Threlkeld Frank Trinosky William B. Triplett Thomas Vonderhaar Will W. Ward Charles Wickliffe Frank Wright John Wimberly Jack Wright William E. Yancey A very Jeriom dixcuuion of the latex! diI- coveriex of medical :cience at the Phi Chi home! PLEDGES James R. Almand Robert Calloway Joe Carr Jack Collings Harry Cowherd Edward Crawford Clyde Danks Harry F. Delong William H. Gillespie Robert W. Harris Herbert Harkelroad Donald Howard Eli Khouri Thomas Marshall John McGowan L. A. Morgan Evan Overstreet James A. Payne Clinton R. Potts Glenn R. Powell Howard Ravenscraft William Rowlett Charles Smith, Jr. David Wetherby Fin! row: Alvin Chutney, Milton Comer, Douglas David, Howard Fink, Jerry Fleischaker. Second row: Richard C. Gibbs, Norman Glazer, Walter H. Green, S. Phillip Greiver, Boris Heller. Third row: Herbert Kresh, Arthur Liebet, Theodore Schramm. OFFICERS Prelident" .Norman Glaze: Vice Prexident .............................. Richard Gibbs Secretary .............................. Robert Rosengarten Treamrer ...................................... Milton Comer PHI DELTA EPSILON AMONG THE DIFFERENT PHASES OF MEDICAL EDUCATION ARE . . . Obstetric: Roentgenogmplay Electrencepbalogmploy m H W Y R E V E N E E S E B N A C Y E H H W At dances . . . a; a 3,3 tr 3!, 3.. ,. o... 2.3 s? In research labs . . . At the boxpiml . . . DOCtor Dwight Anderson has been Dean of the School of Music since 1937. He is also the head of the piano department and is considered one of the most outstanding piano teachers in the South. He studied with Frederick Schailer Evans at the Cin- cinnati Conservatory and did graduate work in New York and Paris. In 1941, the Cincinnati Conserva- tory conferred upon him an honorary doctorate de- gree. Among his many other duties, Dr. Anderson has found the time to be music editor of the Courier- Journal since 1944. FACULTY THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE SCHOOL OF MUSIC was founded in 1932. At this time, the school was located on Belknap Campus. In March, 1947, the estate, known as Gardencoutt, was presented to the school by the Norton family. This magnificent mansion and its fourteen beautiful acres of gardens and lawns were gratefully accepted by the University and became the new home of the School of Music. At present, the school offers the degree of Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Education in piano, organ, the orchestral instruments, voice, music history, composition and piano pedagogy. Beginning in the summer of 1952, a master school will be estab- lished making it possible for the students to do post-graduate work. Left to right: Claude Almand, B.A., B.M., MUM Ph.D.; Martha Ferguson, B.A., M.S.; E. Dudley Howe, A.B.; Maurice Laney, B.A., M.M.; Mary Smith, B.M., Ed., B.M. Faculty not pictured: Evelyn Aldrich, B.M.; Homer Arhelger, A.B., M.A.; Warren Babb, B.A., M.A.; Anne R. Barlow, B.A.; Donald M. Bennett, B.A., M.S., Ph.D.; Moritz Bombard; Helen Boswell, B.S., M.A.; Grant Graves, B.M.; Francis H. Hopper, B.M., M.S.M., D.S.M.; Edwin Ideler; Virginia Kershner, B.A., M.A., M.M.; Marion Korda, B.A.; Ernest E. Lyon, A.B., M.M.; Paul D. McDowell, B.M.; William Mootz, B.M.; Benjamin Owen, B.M., M.M.; Doris Owen, B.M.; Fletcher Smith; Grace Whitney; Harold H. With, B.M., B.S. Gardencomt in the fall of the year 41 it look: from a nearby kill. 1 g5 ?1 5. GERALD DUNSON BALLEW, Louisville, Ky., B.M.E., Tuba; Chorus; Band. JEAN ALOICE BASTIAN. Jeffersonville, Indiana, B.M.E., Public School Music; Delta. Omicron, President; University Band; Music School Pan Hellenic, President. DONALD HARVEY BROWN, Louisville, Ky., B.M.E., University Band. VIRGINIA ANNE CHAMBERS, Middlesboro, Ky., B.M.E., Piano; Delta Omicron, Vice President. Treasurer; Chorus; Madrigal Singers. WILLIAM BROWN CROOMS, Louisville, Ky., B.M.E., Piano; Chorus: Sphinx Club. RICHARD L. HARPER, Louisville, Ky., B.M., Organ: Phi Mu Alpha, Treasurer; West- minster Club. Vice President; Chorus: Two Organ Scholarships; Mr. and Mrs, Clarence J. Hellman Award. SENIORS HERBERT LEE HENDRICKS, New Albany, Ind., B.M.E., Trumpet; Band: Orchestra; Student Manager; Board of Student Publications; Band Social Organization. CAROLYN MAY KALEHER, Louisville, Ky., B.M., Music History; Delta Omicron, Secre- tary, Treasurer, Vice President; Chorus; Cardinal Reporter; Thoroughbred, Music School Editor; Professional Panhellenic. LILLIAN LA VERNE KNUST. Louisville. Ky., B.M., Piano; Delta Omicron, Historian, President; Music Student Council, Vice President, President; Chorus; Courier-Journal WHAS Scholarship. EDNA BERNICE NICHOLS, Louisville, Ky., B.M.E.; Chorus. KEITH ALLEN STONECIPHER, Louisville, Ky., B.M., Theory; Madrigal Singers; Chorus. WALTER EDWIN TOOLE, Louisville, Ky., B.M.E. WILLIAM L. WETZEL, Louisville, Ky., B.M.E , Piano; Phi Mu Alpha, Sinfonia, Delta Alpha Chapter; Madrigal Singers; Chorus; University Band. JAMES STEWART WILLIAMS, Louisville, Ky., B.M., Voice; Madrigal Singers; Chorus; Opera; Music Student Council; U.S.C.; Phi Mu Alpha, President. NOT PICTURED: RUSSELL HEDGER, Louisville, Ky., B.M.E., Voice; Phi Mu Alpha, Vice President; Madrigtl Singers; Chorus; Louisville Philharmonic Chorus. HOWARD WAGNER, Louisville, Ky., B.M., Piano; Faculty Piano Scholarship; ths Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities; Chorus. MUSIC SCHOOL CHORUS The Music School Chorus appears in an annual tra- ditional Christmas pro- gram and performs one major choral work in the Contemporary Festival held in May. Excellence in performance is second- ary With this group. Its primary goal is to become acquainted with choral works from all periods of music history. JUNIORS Armond Ahramson Barbara Berna Diane Shahin Carpenter Imogene Cheesman Carrie Jean Ema Louise Kranz Joyce Murray Martha Novak Selma Chloe Oliver Ray Parnes Thaddeus Reed Doris Tandy Patti Webb SOPHOMORES Everett Hoffman Peter Kennedy Kagl Kroeger A between clan ping-pong game! F RESHMEN Patricia G. Bass Robert Claude Below Donna Jean Boddy Betty Joan Cockerill Robert Grafton Arthur H. Hicks Edwin Marsh Phillip Pames William Pearson Harry Rinehart Harry F. Smiley Victor C. Totrisi MUSIC SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS President ...................... Margie Stone Secretary .............. Mary Ann Zuemer Treamrer ............ Sarah Weidemeyer MEMBERS Seated, left to right: Selma Oliver Mary Ann Zuemer Margie Stone Sarah Weidemeyer Patsy Bass Stmzdiug, left to right: Stewart Williams Carroll Cochran MADRIGAL SINGERS Clockwixe: Keith Stonecipher Ellis Molten Ray Parnes Sam Hodges Abbye Beierfleld Margie Stone Carrie Jean Barbara Berna Joyce Murray Martha Novak Doris Tandy Ginny Chambers Bill Wctzel Russell Hedger Bill Lowe Dr. Claude Almand, Director H HE MADRIGAL SINGERS, a group of select musicians, each of whom must be auditioned and gain unanimous vote from the members before being admitted into the organization, perform throughout the year in all parts of the city and state. D ELTA OMICRON National Professional Fraternity was founded to create and foster fellowship, to develop character, to arouse and encourage the appreCIatlon of good music among musicians in their days. The members carry out its purposes by presenting an annual musicale, an annual scholar- ship award and by sponsoring local talent in public recitals. Left to right, M5; row: Jean Bastian, Margie Stone, Carolyn Kaleher, Carrie Jean. Second row: LaVeme Knust, Martha Ferguson, Evelyn Aldrich, Patsy Bass, Vir- ginia Chambers, Donna Jean Body. DELTA OMICRON Left Io right, 15H! row: Barbara Bema, Betty Cockerill, Joyce Murray, Mary Ann SIGMA Zuerner. Second row: Mary Elaine Bevins, Abbye Beierfleld, Martha Novak, Doris Tandy. N 023 pictured: Ema Kranz. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA is a National Professional Music Fraternity whose ideals are to further music appreciation and to develop musical ability. In accordance with their aim, the members award annual scholarships, contribute to the musical library and present recitals. OFFICERS Prexidem Jean Bastian Vice President Carolyn Kaleher S ecretary Margie Stone Treasurer Virginia Chambers Warden Carrie Jean S orority M other Evelyn Aldrich Faculty Advisor Martha Ferguson OF F ICERS Preiidemf Joyce Murray Vice Prejident Mary Ann Zuemer Secretary Mary Elaine Bevins Treamrer Erna Kranz C haplain Abbye Beierfleld Editor Doris Tandy ALPHA IOTA Dean Robert Craig Ernst has been Dean of the Speed Scientific School since 1947. Dean Ernst came from the University of Minnesota in 1926 to the University of Louisville as Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering. In addition to his many duties as Dean, Dr. Ernst acts as consultant for various in- dustrial concerns and sev- eral Government Agencies and is also the President of the Institute of Industrial Research. SPEED SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL at the University of Louisville which is a monument to William S. Speed and his sister, the late Mrs. Frederick M. Sackett, was a result of their desire for an engineering school located in Louisville, Kentucky. The school, today, offers degrees in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Civil Engineering. Recently, the Civil Engineering Department has added to its curriculum studies in architectural engineering. FACULTY SENIORS Ha Left to right, fint row: Ralph Arboe, B.S., M.S. in M.E.; Thomas R. Bailey, B.E.E.; Donald M. Bennett, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.; H. Maurice Carlson, B.S., B.M.E.; Henry Esterly; Raymond 1. Fields, B.A., M.A. Second row: Samuel 1. Fife, E.E.; Simeon Galganaitis, B.S., Ph.D.; Earl R. Gerhard, B.S. in CH.E.; Ph.D.; John E. Heer, JL, B.C.E., M.S., N.C.E.; W. Roscoe McIntosh, B.S., M.S., C.E.; J. C. Marsh. Third row: Marshall 1.. Miller, B.S., M.A.; Edward J. Musch, B.S., M.A.; Sanford D. Neeley, B.Ch.E., M.Ch.E.; M. G. Northrop, E.E., M.E., M.S. in ER; Frank E. Ryerson, JL, B.A., M.A.; Harry T. Smith, B.EE. Fourth row: Ralph S. Trosper, B.Ped., B.S. in M.E., M.S. in M.E.; Morton Walker, B.A., M.A.; Clyde K. Warner, B.C.E., B.S. in Arch. E.; Wylie B. Wendt, B.C.E., C.E.; Carl 0. Wittig, M.E.; Gordon C. Williams, B.S. in Ch.E., M.S. in Ch.E., and Ph.D. Faculty of Speed School not pictured: Joseph A. Ayers, B.S., B.A., M.A.; Wilson R. Barnes, B.Ch.E., M.Ch.E., Ph.D.; L. S. Churchill, JL, S.B.; H. H. Fenwick, B.S. in M.E.; A. Gordon Foster, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.; John M. Houchens, B.S.; Lawrence S. Monroe, B.S. in M.E.; Roy W. F. Morel, B.A.SC., M.A.SC.; Edwin W. Paul, B.A., M.A., LLB.; Frank E. Ryerson, JL, B.A., M.A.; John H. Simester, B.S., M.A.; Allen N. Smith, B.S. in Ch.E., MS. in Ch.E., Ph.D. A GLENN LEE ADAMS: Louisville, Ky., CAE.-Theta Tau Fraternity; A.S.C.E.; Speed School Student Council, Secretary; University Student Council. International Organizations Commission; International Cen- ter "Community Ambassador Scholarship" to England, summer 1949; Cheerleader and Head Cheerleader. JOHN H. AHRENS: Louisville, Ky., M.E.hTheta Tau Fraternity; A.S.M.E.: Glee Club. GLENN WARREN ALPIGER: Louisville, Ky., Ch.E. SENIORS BENJAMIN F. ARNOLD, Louisville, Ky., E.E.; Kappa Alpha; A.I.E.E.; I.R.E.; Glee Club. JAMES WILLIAM BASKETT, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; Triangle Fraternity; A.S.M.E.; Intramural Sports; Engineers' Day Participation; Speed Engineer Staff. ELMER REASON, Coral Ridge, Ky., M.E.; Theta Tau. STANLEY EDWARD BECKER, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; A.S.M.E.; Sigma Tau. WILCOMB A. BENFIELD, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; Theta Tau: Sigma Tau; Glee Club; A.S.M.E.; Senior Class Secty. WILLIAM H. BERRY, JR., Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; Theta Tau; A.I.Ch.E.; Glee Club. JAMES C. BOGLE, Jeffersonville, Ind., E.E.; A.I.E.E.; I.R.E.; Sigma Tau. LEECIR.b BRADEN, JR., Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; A.I.Ch.E.: Glee u . DEAN BRANDFASS, Wheeling, W. Va.; C.E.; Lambda Chi Alpha, Intramural Sports. CLETUS J. BREHME. Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; Sigma Tau, Theta Chi Delta; Speed Student Council, Treas.: Varsity Track; A.I.Ch.E.; Intramural Sports; Junior Class Secy., Treas. GERALD F. BREWER, Louisville, Ky., C.E.; Theta Tau; A.S.- C.E.; Newman Club. HOWARD BROPHY, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; A.S.M.E. HARRY ANDREW BRYAN, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; Theta Tau: A.S.M.E.; Glee Club. HARRY L. CARRELL, Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; Theta Tau, Pledgemaster, Scribe; A.I.Ch.E.; Intramural Softball, Foot- ball. WILLIAM CAWTHON, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; Ritie Team. HARRY HANSFORD CHAPMAN, JR., Louisville, Ky., M.E.: Phi Kappa Tau; A.S.M.E.; Speed Engineer Staff. EUGENE J. CHERVENAK, Louisville, Ky., C.E.; Phi Kappa Tau; A.S.M.E.; A.S.C.E., Softball and Football Team; A.I.E.E., Softball Team. WILLIS C. CLARK, Jeffersontown, Ky., E.E.; A.I.E.E.; Glee Club. DAVID COX, Louisville, Ky., E.E.; Sigma Tau. GEORGE CRACRAFT, Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; Theta Tau; Sigma Tau . WALTER L. CRAWFORD, Hamilton, Ohio, E.E.; Rifle and Pistol Club, Pres.; Cadet Lieutenant, Company Commander, N.R.O.T.C.: Triangle Fraternity, Pres.; Sigma Tau; Omi- cron Delta. Kappa; Eagle and Anchor, Vice Pres., Pres.: Chicago Tribune Award for Military Merit; A.I.E.E., I.R.E. JAMES E. DEDDENS, Louisville, Ky., M.E. ; Senior Class Trees. ; Chairman Engineers' Day; Phi Kappa Tau, House Mgr.; Speed Engineer Staff; A.S.M.E.; Intramural Sports. BURTON E. DIERUF, Louisville, Ky., E.E.; Delta Phi Alpha; A.I.E. . MANU DONADIA. RICHARD M. ECKERT, North Plainfield, N. J., M.E.; Lambda Chi Alpha; N.R.0.T.C.; Eagle and Anchor; Vice Pres. Senior Class; A.S.M.E.; Intramural Sports; Engineergf Day Par- ticipation. ROBERT F. EFFINGER, Louisville, Ky., C.E.; Phi Kappa Tau; A.S.C.E., Pres.; Student Council, Treas.; Engineefs Day Participation; Intramural Sports; Newman Club. CHARLES F. EHRHART, Louisville, Ky., C.E.; A.S.C.E.; Speed School Magazine Staff, Department Editor; A.S.C.E., Ath- letic Chairman. WILLIAM F. ELDER, Louisville, Ky., Ch.E. DONALD FAUTH, Louisville, Ky., M.E. ALLAN MAURICE FINE, Louisville, Ky., E.E.; Theta Tau Fraternity, Cor. Secy., Vice Regent; Sigma Tau, Treas.; Omicron Delta Kappa; A.I.E.E., Chairman; I.R.E.; Class Pres. 48349; Speed Student Council; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. JOHN F. FOWLER, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; Sigma Tau; Student Branch A.S.M.E. ROBERT L. FOWLER, Louisville, Ky., E.E.; Sigma Tau. SENIORS CARL E. GEIGER, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; AAS.M.E.; Sigma Tau Fraternity. RICHARD PAUL GEHRKE, Hamden, Conn., M.E.; Tau Kappa Epsilon, A.S.M.E. WAYNE A. GORNET, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; A.SAM.E.; Sigma Tau; Newman Club. EDWARD E. GREEN, Louisville, Ky., E.E.: Theta Tau, Regent, Scribe, Pledgemaster; Sigma Tau, Pres., Secy.; Omicron Delta. Kappa, U.S.C., Speed Student Council, I.RAE., Secy.: I.F.C.; A.I.E.E.; Engineefs Ball Chairman; Engineer's Day Tour Chairman; Speed Engineer Staff; Glee Club; Inter- department Softball Mgr.; Sophomore Class Treas.; Who?- Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. ROBERT L. HAMILTON, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; A.S.M.E., Soft- ball; Engineefs Day. WILLIAM KEIPER HOLTON, Louisville, Ky., E.E.; A.I.E.E.; I R E GonbdNJonN HORNBERG, Jamestown, N. Y., E.E.; Lambda Chi Alpha; Eagle and Anchor Society; N.R.O.T.C.; A.I.E.E. ; University Band; Engineefs Day Participation; Intramural Sports. LEON F. HOWARD, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; A.S.M.E., Cor. Secy.; Sigma Tau; Physics Club. JOHN ICE, Louisville, Ky., C.E.; A.S.C.E.; Speed Engineer Staff; Intramural Sports. RICHARD L. JEFFERSON, Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; Theta Tau; Sigma Tau; Glee Club. LEO B. JENKINS, JR., Louisville, Ky., E.E.; A.I.E.E.; Sigma Tau, Cor. Secy.: Junior Class Pres. CHARLES L. JENNINGS. Louisville, Ky., M.E.; A.S.M.E.; University Glee Club; F.A.M.; A.A.S.R.; A.A.O.N.M.S. ALVIN E. JONES, Louisville, Ky., C.E.; A.S.C.E., Vice Pres. DONALD D. KIDD, Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; Phi Kappa Tau, A.I.Ch.E.; Speed Student Council, Pres.; U.S.C.; Thorough- bred Staff; Varsity Football; Varsity Track; L. Club; Intra- mural Athletics, Chairman Dearfs Student Cabinet; Fourth Year Class Vice Pres. FRANCIS BEDINGER KIEREN, Anchorage, Ky., E.E.; Phi Kappa Sigma: A.I.E.E.; Speed Debate Team; Canterbury 1 , u . FLOYD DAMON KINSER, JR., Vine Grove, Kyl, E.E.; A.I.E.E.; I.RAE. NORMAN KONKEN, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; A.S.M.E. ANDREW LIEBER, JR., Jeffersonville, Ind., E.E.; Theta Tau; Sigma Tau, Vice Pres.; A.I.E.E., Secy.; Omicron Delta Kappa; Speed Engineer, Editor, Bus. Mgr.: I.R.E.; Co- Chairman Physics Exhibit; Engineer's Day; Board of Stu- dent Publications; Speed Student Council, Ex-OI-Iicio; Speed Debate Team; Newman Club. LESLIE BRUCE LONG, Louisville, Ky., E.E.; Phi Kappa Tau, Treas.; A.I.E.E., Treas.; I.R.E., Ham Club; Speed Engineer, Assistant Editor, Speed Debtate Team. DAVID MONROE MARSHALL, JR., Louisville, Ky., M.E.; A.S.M.E.; Newman Club. JAMES RUSSELL McELHATTAN, JR., Smithport, Pa., M.E.; Triangle Fraternity; Eagle and Anchor; N.R.0.T.C.; A.S.- M.E.; Intramural Sports; Engineefs Day Participation. DONALD C. McINTOSH, Louisville, Ky., E.E.; Triangle Fra- ternity; Sigma Tau; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phaylanx, Pres; A.I.E.E., Chairman; I.R.E.; Amature Radio Club: Speed Student Council; U.S.C., Co-Commissionhead of N.S.A.; Regional Vice Pres, and Pres. N.S.A. CHARLES VIRGIL METZLER, Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; Theta Tau; Sigma Tau; A.I.Ch.E., Pres.; Theta Chi Delta; Speed Debate Team; Newman Club. EDWARD J. MILLER, Louisville, Ky., E.E.; A.I.E.E.; I.R.E.; Sigma Tau; Junior Class Otiicer; Speedway, Bus. Mgr.; Glee Club, Vice Pres.; Speed Engineer, Editor of E.E. Dept. EDDIE MACK MILLER. Louisville, Ky., M.E.; Delta Upsilon, Pres., Vice Pres., Pledgemaster; U.S.C., Vice Pres., Chair- man S.U.B. Commission, Chairman Leadership Camp; I.F.C.; A.S.M.E4, Vice Pres.; Debate Team; Newman Club. JOHN L. MITCHELL, Lakewood, Ohio, Ch.E.; Triangle Fra- ternity, Treas.; A.I.Ch.E., Alpha Phi Omega; Theta Chi Delta, Pres.; Sigma Tau; University Band; Speed Glee Club, Director; Debate Team. ROBERT JOSEPH MUDD, Louisville, Ky., E.E. ; A.I.E.E. ; Sigma Tau, Historian; Omicron Delta Kappa; Speed Student Coun- cil; Glee Club, Secy.; Speedway Handbook, Bus. Mgr., Editor; Speed Engineer, Assistant Bus. Mgr.; thfs Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; Newman Club; Engineefs Day Participation; Interdepart- mental Sports. ROBERT G. PAYTON. Louisville, Ky., E.E.: A.I.E.E.; Sigma Tau: I.R.E., Secy.; Sgt.-at-Arms of Pre-Senior Class. HAROLD PETERS, Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; Speed Engineer Staff; PHILLIP HAMMOND PFEIFER, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; Theta Tau, Pledgemaster; A.S.M.E., Secy.; Sigma Tau; Senior Clrss Pres. ABNER PIKE, Crestwood, Ky., M.E.; A.S.M.E., Chairman of Student Chapter; Speed Student Council; Speed Engineer, Sigma Tau; Debate Team. CHARLES DUDLEY POTTS, Louisville, Ky., E.E.; Phi Kappa Tau; A.I.E.E., Treas.; I.R.E., Vice Pres.; Speed Engineer, Circulation Mgr.; Engineefs Ball Chairman; Engineer's Day Snb-Chairman; Interdepartmental Football and Soft- ball; Intramural Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball. SENIORS JAMES J. REEVES, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; A.S.M.E.; Speed Engineer, Photographer. DONALD L. RICKERT, Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; Triangle Fra- ternity, Vice Pres., Secy.; A.I.Ch.E.; Freshman Class Pres. CLARENCE S. ROEHRIG, JR., Louisville, Ky., C.E.; Theta Tau; A.S.C.E.; Gamma Delta, Secy., Pres.; Pre-Senior Class Treas. DONALD EUGENE ROTH, Louisville, Ky., E. E.; A.I.E.E.; I.R.E.; Speed Engineer, Advertising Staif. CHARLES ROUTH. ROBERT DON RUPP, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; Triangle Fra- ternity, Sgt.-at-Arms, Pledgemaster, Vice Pres.; Eagle and Anchor Society; N.R.O.T.C.; A.S.M.E.; Thoroughbred, Or- ganizations Staff; Masthead; Intramural Sports. JOSEPH R. RYAN, Louisville, Ky., E.E.; A.I.E.E.; I.R.E.; Speed Engineer, Advertising Staff. HENRY J. SAAM, JR., Louisville, Ky., E.E.; Rifle Team, A.I.E.E. In- M.E.; A.S.M.E.; STANLEY L. SAMUELS, Louisville, Ky., terdepartmental Athletics. EDWARD W. SCHARRE, Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; Triangle Fra- ternity, Chapter Editor, Pres.; A.I.Ch.E.; Speed Student Council, Secy.; Speed Engineer, Associate Editor; Thorough- bred, Speed School Associate Editor; Freshman Class Secy.; Glee Club; Newman Club. HERMAN SCHAUBERGER, JR., Louisville, Ky., M.E.; A18.- M.E.; Sigma Tau; Speed Engineer, Advertising Salesman, Assistant Advertising Mgr., Advertising Mgr. DONALD LEE SCHOEN, Louisville, Ky., E.E.; Triangle Fra- ternity; A.I.E.E.; I.R.E.; Sigma Tau. CHARLES JOSEPH SHEEHAN, Louisville, Ky, Ch.E.; Theta Tau; Sigma Tau; Theta Chi Delta, Secy.; Eagle and Anchor; Glee Club: A.I.Ch.E., Vice Pres.; Pre-Senior Class Pres.; Speed Student Council; A.I.E.E. ' HARRY M. SHIELDS, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; A.S.M.E. RICHARD O. SIMCOE, Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; Phi Kappa Tau, Pledge-Class Pres., Secy.; A.I.Ch.E.; Engineer's Day Com- mittee: Intramural Basketball, Football; Engineefs Ball Committee. ADDISON R. SMITH, Wilmington, N. C., E.E.; Triangle Fra- ternity, Eagle and Anchor; A.I.E.E.; I.R.E.; N.R.O.T.C.; Rifie and Pistol Club; Intramural Athletics, Westminister Club. R. WARREN SMITH, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; Phi Kappa Tau; Speed Student Council, Vice Pres.; U.S.C.; Varsity Swim- ming; Varsity Tennis; A.S.M.E.; Engineer's Ball Commit- tee; Intramural Sports. JAMES C. SMYSER, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; A.S.M.E. ; Sigma Tau. DAVID SPOUSE. JOSEPH M. SPALDING. Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; A.I.Ch.E.; Sigma Tau. JAMES EDWARD STAATS, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; A.S.M.E.: Sigma Tau; Speed Engineer, Assistant Editor; Assistant Advertising Mgr. ROBERT W. TEETER, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; Theta. Tau, House Mgr., Treas.; Eagle and Anchor Society, Secy.; A.S.M.E.; L Club; Rifle Team, Secy.; Varsity Swimming; Navy Glee Club: Intramural and Interdepartmental Athletics. GARNETT L. WADE, JR., Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; Theta Tau; A.I.Ch.E.; Speed Student Council; Debating Society, First Pres.; Charter Member Square Club; Engineer's Day; Intra- mural Sports OH-lcial. RAYMOND C. WAGGONER, Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; A.I.Ch.E.: Glee Club, Pres.; Speed Engineer, Ch.E. Department Editor; Theta Chi Delta. WILLIAM F. WAGNER, Louisville, Ky., Ch. E.; A.I.Ch.E.; A.I ...;EE Glee Club; Class Vice Pres, Secy PAUL C. WALLACE, Louisville, Ky , Ch.E.i , A. I. Ch.E. G. ROBERT WATKINS, Louisville, Ky., C.E.; A.S.C.E., Treas. CHARLES W. WATSON, Louisville, Ky., M.E.; A.S.M.E., Sgt.- at-Arms; Senior Class, Sgt.-at-A1-ms. JOE J. WELKER, JR., Louisville, Ky., Ch.E.; Triangle Fra- ternity, Treas.; A.S.M.E., Secy.; A.I.Ch.E., Secy. EUGENE R. WELLS, JR., Louisville, Ky., E.E; Triangle Fra- ternity, Vice Press , Eagle and Anchor; Rifie and Pistol Club, Vice Pres." , A.I..EE.; N.....:ROTC Casting Club; I...;FC Intramural Sports. ROBERT M. WOLFE, Louisville, Ky., E.E.; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Secy., Vice Pres.; Sigma Tau, Rec. Secyn , Omicron Delta Kappa: A. LE. E., Vice Pres. ; I. R..,E Presq Speed Engineer, ' Office Mgr. ., Bus. Mgr. , Sigma Tau Freshman and Sophomore Scholarship Awards; A. I.E.E Scholarship Award; Who' 3 Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. ROBERT CHARLES YANTZ, Louisville, Ky., Ch. E.; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sigma Tau; A. I. Ch Secy. , Intramural Softball, Football; Engineer' s Day ComEnittee. PRE-SENIORS JUNIORS Pint row: Roger Barker, Richard Block, Arnold Bontempo, Thomas Bosster, Malcolm Boswell, Dale Briggs, William Brown, Gene Burns, Bill Callihan. Second row: Donald Cohen, William Daus, Lee Dienes, Clarence Diersing, Richard Ernst, Donald Fahrenbruck, David Finch, Donald Fowler, William Gary. Third row: William Goodknight, Malcolm Gregory, Glen Heidler, Harold Hendrix, Erwin Hersch- kowitz, Arthur Hopewell, Arthur Hubbard, Robert Hughes, Charles Jett. Fourth row: Chester Johnson, Seelbach Kraft, John Lynch, Ronald Mather, Donald McWhortet, Richard Meyer, Donald Miller, Julian Morris, Jack Nall. Fifth row: Clifford Neely, Harry O'Donnell, Robert Ritter, Milton Rogers, Harold Rule, Raymond Schuppert, Clark Scherer, Robert Shaw, Robert Simms. Sixth row: Kenneth Stead, Victor Stutz, Robert Thompson, Edward Tune, William Ulrich, Albert Wilding, C. J. Woettz, James Wright. Fin! row: Sidney Birdseye, Robert Bossung, Fred Burton, William Cahn, Gary Caufield, Joseph Coleman, Ignacio D'Costa, Roger Deuschle, Richard Eberhard. Second row: Theodore Elbert, Henry Elder, Alan Gold, Lloyd Hellums, Irvin Herman, Robert Hoertz, Francis Huch, William Isaacs, Robert King. First row: Jack Kiper, John Knadler, James Litterer, Horace Mann, Donald Mavity, Jack Moss, Perry Noe, Fred Olsson, Samuel Robinson. Second row: Charles Sander, Karl Schwalbe, Tom Smith, Henry Snowball. Norman Spencer, Bernard Voor, Harold Wahking, Albert Weisbach, John Wolfe. Third row: LeRoy Yann, Robert Yunk. W, Pint row: Richard Bailey, Oscar Booker, Robert Bradley, Collen Bratcher, Frank Brinegar, Delbert Brown, William Butler, Roberto Calderon, William Call. Second row: Richard Chin, John Daunhauer, William Dohrman, Arthur Gage, Robert George, Edwar Grazulis, James Green, William Griffln, Kenneth Hagan. Third row: J. Hilary Harding, Lee Roy Hausman, Earl Hubbuch, Charles Kastensmidt, Yasir Khammash, Alfred Klapheke, Robert Kramer. Gene Layman, Carson Lippold. Fourtb row: James Lyons, William McCord, Eugene Miller, Earl Mullen, Art O Meara, Leo Peleske, David Pollock, Theodore Pushin, Harry Randolph. Fifth row: Oscar Ratterman, James Rice, Robert Rickert. Gerald Roth, Raymond Ruckriegel, Willard Rusk, Erwin Sigrist, Plummet Smither, Sal Terrano. Sixth row: Randolph Thomas, Theodore Trautwein, James Voot, James White, Alfred Wohlfort, Lawrence Zehndet, George Ziady. JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN First row: Marvin Allgeier, Albert Bohrman, James Boswell, Norman Carter, John Colby, Carl Cole- man, Thomas Cotcoran, Robert Crain, Robert Crone. Second row: William Darst, Jerry Dick, John Diehl, Willlam Dumstorf, Charles Eastridge, Rush Eggleton, James English, Malcolm Erich, Jack Farley. Third row: Earl Flora, Forrest Gater, William Gilmore, Lawrence Goodwin, Bernard Grimm, James Guthrie, Robert Hackel, David Haddaway, Leo Halbleib. Fourth row: David Hassenmiller, Harold Higbee, Gerald Hockmuth, Jack Hoff, Gael Hotopp, George Hutchins, Charles Isgrigg, Carl James William Jarett. Fifth row: Frank Kenney, Keith Kintner, Noland Kirk, Leo Mackin, Robert Maddox, Robert Master- son, James McAlamey, David McClellan, Alfred Medcalf. Sixth row: Joseph Meiners, Michael Miller, Harold Mitchell, Graham Moseley, James Mum, Edgar Nonocs, Claude Orton, Richey Pfeifer, Louis Phillips. Seventh row: Thomas Porter, Larry Potts, Robert Quan, James Reed, Gene Rexrode, Todd Ritter, William Roberts, David Robinson, John Roth. Eighth row: Charles Schmitt, Norbert Schneider, Howard Schoenbachlet, Gordon Shean, Lee Stalker, Carol Strey, David Strubel, James Taber, Donald Thompson. N imtly row: Edward Thorton, Robert Tripp, Robert Wathen, Paul Watson, Robert Weeks, Russell Witten. SPEED SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS Left to rigloz, mated: R. B. Bos- sung, W. R. Smith, D. D. Kidd, R. P. Thompson, A. Pike. Stami- ing: R. T. Trautwein, J. B. Green, J. Mum, M. Miller, C. J. Sheehan, R. Trippu Not pictured: R. F. Eiiinger, C. F. Sanders, J. P. Nall, A. M. Fine, K. R. Hagan. OFFICERS Left to right Sewetary .............. R. P. Thompson Vice PreJiden! .......... W. R. Smith Treasurer .................. R. F. thnger President ................... D. D. Kidd ll HE FUNCTIONS of the Speed School Student Council are to be the Student bodyhs elected representatives in matters which pertain to the school as a whole and to sponsor school activities, such as Engineerhs Day and the Engineerhs Ball. Left to right, lint row: Efflnger, Welker, Jones, Watkins, Brewer, Adams, Bishop, Prof. McIntosh. Second row: Voor, Mills, Wahking, Heil, Bohn, Hummel, Calli- han, Scherer, Prof. Wendt. Third row: Finch, Smither, Brown, Ice, Roehrig, Block, Ehrhart, Shaw, Mt. Warner, Mr. Herr, Chervenak. Not pictured: Birds- AMERICAN SOCIETY OF eye, Bontempo, Bradley, Brandfass, Brent, Campbell, Capshaw, Caswell, Ctabb, D'Costa, Deuschle, Durvis, English, Grindheim, Herschkowitz, Kiper, Mackin, CIVIL ENGINEERS Michael, Reeb, Richie, Stead. A.S.C.E. OFFICERS President ................... R. F. Effmger Vice President .............. A. E. Jones Secretary ................ J. J. Welket, Jr. Tredmrer ................ G. R. Watkins A.I.E.E. OFFICERS Chairman ...................... A. M. Fine Vice Chairman ............ R. M. Wolfe Secretary .................... A. Lieber, Jr. Treamrer ............................ C. Potts AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF Left to right, 15nd row: Fowler, Roth, Bogle, Eberhard, Jenkins, Schwalbe, Cohen, Dieruf, Wright. Second row: D. M. Miller, Potts, Wolfe, Fine, Schoen, Simms, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS Holton, Wells. Tbird row: Hughes, Homberg, Payton, Hollins, Kieren, Boone, Cox, Saam, Clark Smith. Fourth row: T. F. Elbert, Yunk, Long, Gary, Taylor, Ryan, Mudd, Kinser, O'Donnell, Lieber, Woertz, Masterson. Not pictured: Arnold, Bell, Burton, Crawford, Diersing, D. L. Elbert, Gold, Green, Hart, Hausman, Huch, Johnson, Kenny, King, Knadler, Leahy, McIntosh, E. Miller, Nally, Stone, Thomas, Wathen. Left I0 rigbt, lint row: J. L. Mitchell, Jefferson, Sheehan, Prof. Williams, Metz- ler, Wagner, Brehme, Berry. Second row: Kidd, Kastensmidt, Borders, Wade, Wallace, Cain, Moll, Waggoner. Third row: Peters, White, Hoertz, Cracraft, Sanders, Carrell, Meyer, Ernst, Braden, Spalding, Alpiger. Not pictured: Ahl- meyer, Barker, Bocard, Bossler, Bossung, Briggs, Brown, Coleman, Cooper, Darst, Daunhauer, Kienes, Dooley, Egle, H. W. Elder, W. F. Elder, Green, Hahn, Harding, Hellums, Hopewell, Hubbard, Keyer, Kremer, Lynch, Mann, Mather, Mavity, McWilliams, K. T. Mitchell, JL, Moberly, Montford, Myers, Neblett, Neely, Olsson, O'Meara, Prentice, Rich, Rickert, Ritter, Rogers, Rule, Roberts, Scharre, Schauberger, Schuppert, Simcoe, Simpson, Spencer, Smith, Stover, Ulrich, Wohlfort, Yantz, Zimlich. Left to right, first row: Howard, E. M. Miller, Pike, P. A. Pfeifer, Wilding, Morris, Schauberger, Second row: Reeves, Teeter, Deddens, Zimlich, McWhorter, Tune, Hendrix, Fahrenbruck, Beniield, Staats. Third row: P. R. Watson, Bryan, Becker, Dixon, Pollock, Bums, Smith, Kraft, Gornet, Brophy, Marshall, Smyser. Fourth row: Ahtens, Calderon, Beason, Konken, DerMott, Rupp, Schuppert, Gehrke, Eckert, McIntyre, Hausman, Stieger. Not pictured: Baskett, Btumleve, Butler, Cawthon, Chapman, Chin, Ducker, Elgin, Fauth, Fowler, Geiger, Good- knight, Greer, Gregory, Grimes, Hamilton, Heidler, Herold, Hubbuch, Irwin, Jennings, Jett, Kaltenthaler, Korb, McElhattan, Minniear, Nall, Patch, R. R. Pfeifer, Plenz, Rich, Rickert, Robinson, Ross, Roth, Samuels, Sang, Shields, Snowball, J. G. Staples, P. R. Staples, Steinmetz, Swenck, Tauscher, Thompson, Tolliver, Vinsel, Watkins, C. Watson, P. R. Watson, Weisbach, Wiseman, Yann. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS A.I.Ch.E. OFFICERS Prexident ........................ V. Metzler Vice Pren'dent .......... C. J. Sheehan Secretary ......................... R. Yantz Treamrer ...................... R. JeEerson A.S.M.E. OFFICERS President ............................ A. Pike Vice Pren'dent ............ E. M. Miller Secretdry .......................... P. Pfeifer Treamrer .......................... P. Vinsel AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Left to rigkt, lint row: Schwalbe, Payton, Potts, Wolfe, Schoen, Dieruf. Second row: Long, Hughes, Fine, Hollins, Roth, Saam, Ryan, Gary, Bogle. Third row: Wright, Kinser, Holton, Hotnberg, Cohen, Mr. Smith, Fowler, Lieber. Not piclured: Arnold, Bell, Kenney, Masterson, Thompson. INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS IRE OFFICERS President .................... R. M. Wolfe Vice Preiidentu ...C. Potts Secretary .......................... R. Payton Treamrer .................... K. Schwable SIGMA TAU OFFICERS Preu'dent ...................... E. E. Green Vice Pren'dent ............ A. Lieber, Jr. Secretary .................... R. M. Wolfe Cor. Sec ....................... L. P. Jenkins Treamrer ...................... A. M. Fine Hiltorz'zm .................... F. T. Kremer SIGMA TAU Left to right, firlt row: Schauberger, Prof. McIntosh, Jenkins, Fine, Lieber, Green, Wolfe, Mr. Herr, Miller, Staats. Second row: J. T. Fowler, Sheehan, Schoen, Brehme, Howard, Crawford, Mitchell, Becker, Bogle, Geiger, Cox, Benfield, Metzler. Third row: Pike, Mr. Bailey. Smyser, Jefferson, Hoertz, Cracraft, Spalding, Rogers, Callihan, H. C. Neely, Bossung, Mudd, Yantz, Payton, Pfeifer, R. L. Fowler. Not pittured: Dr. Bennett, Bossler, Briggs, Buch, Prof. Churchill, Dean Ernst, Gornet, Hollins, Irby, Kremer, Mather, McIntosh, Mr. S. D. Neely, Prof. Northrup, Ritter, Tauscher, Prof. Wendt, Wright. Left to right, firJt row: Mitchell, Plattus, E. J. Miller, Cain, Waggoner, Mudd, Wathen, Bosslet. Second row: M. Miller, Tabor, Hochmuth, Thompson, Hellums, Higbee, Kintner, Brown, Snowball. Not pictured: Arnold, Bohrman, Boswell, Braden, Erich, Gilmore, Goodknight, Hollins, Johnson, Orton, Thornton. Left to right, Ieated: Potts, Staats, Lieber, Wolfe, H. Schauberger. Standing: Miller, Waggoner, Goodknight, Hughes, Pike, Mudd, Watkins, Green. Not pictured: Baskett, Bontempo, Chapman, Clark, Davis, Deddens, Ehrhart, Gornet, Hummel, Irby, Marquart, Martin, Meyer, Peters, Robinson, Roth, Ryan. G. Schauberger, Tauscher. SPEED SCHOOL GLEE CLUB GLEE CLUB OFFICERS President ................ R. Waggoner Vice Prexident ............ E. J. Miller Secretary .. Trearurer ........................ W. Cain Editor ...................... A. Lieber, Jf. Amman! Editor ............ J. E. Staats E. R. Clark Eminen Manager....R. M. Wolfe Publication Editor" Advertixing Mgr...H. Schaubergek Circulation Mgr. .............. C. Potts SPEED ENGINEER STAFF IT WAS TOUGH GETTING STARTED . . . It wasnt easy getting started. The Thoroughbred, like all other departments of the University, suffered a cut in its budget this year. Our solution to this problem was early deadlines for pictures in order to get minimum prices. Please accept these few words as an explanation for the many activities which could not be pictured in this publication. The Thoroughbred Staff would like to hand out a few bouquets to worthy people. We say "Thank youil t0 the admin- istration for getting us an office. A special word of thanks goes to Mt. Morris Bein, Chairman of the Board of Student Publications, for his interest in the Thoroughbred and his understanding of the problems we faced. Mr. William Clark, representative for Indianapolis Engraving Company, and Mr. Stan Bryan, Kentucky Printing Corporation, deserve a word of praise for their many invaluable suggestions during the year. Thanks also to those of you who had to stand while the pictures were being arranged, and a big bouquet goes to those of you who offered a word of encouragement when the deadlines were too near for comfort. Our last bouquet goes to our advertisers whose names appear on the following pages. Pawaal, to 546 2mm . . . In the pages which follow are the advertisements of the U of L minded local businesses. These hrms are behind you because they support your University, and they are aware of this fact: to encourage the growth of a vital University is to encourage the growth of the community. So let these businesses know that you appreciate their interest in you by patronizing their products. Yes, Its All Your education is just begin- ning when you get your diploma. 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Main Oifice and Factories 5000 CRITTENDEN DRIVE LOUISVILLE 9. KY. BRANCH PLANTS Huntington, W. Va. Jackson. Tenn. Woodstock. Ont" Canada TO THE CLASSES OF FIFTY-TWO! Kentuckiana Photo Plate 8: Supply Co. 408 - 410 So. 6th Street LOUISVILLE. KY. IAckson 1514 IAckson 7933 Everyone Enjoys GORDON'S FRESH POTATO CHIPS MAgnolia 1606 7k galwel Saw: Congratulations and Best Wishes For Success to the Classes of Fifty-Two LOUISVILLE BASEBALL CLUB Your Neighbors Across The Parkwayw W. E. "RED" DAVIS gah glam Mutual Life Insurance Company 507 Marion E. Taylor Bldg. LOUISVILLE. KY. It has been a pleasure working with you BEST OF LUCK 36a! 75w4e4 a; HONEY-KRUST Bakers frol Pes INCORPORATE COMPANY 612 E. Broadway WAbash 3341 Dine and Dance at HENRY C. KORFHAGES HILLBROOK TAVERN Corner Brook and Hill Streets MAqnolia 9117 Gold Room Open For Banquets 1: Private Parties PATRONS 1952 Dr. Arthur Hurst Dr. Douqal M. Dollar Dr. Oscar 0. Miller Mr. Paul Robert MacLean Mr. Simon Ades Mr. George Garvin Brown Dr. Silas H. Starr Mr. Wilson W. Wyatt Mrs. Iames M. Molloy' Robertson Foundation Mr. W. G. Vialette Dr. Ellis S. Allen Chi Omega Mothers Club Sigma Kappa Mothers Club Mr. Wathen R. Knebelkamp Mr. Charles K. McClure Dr. Alfred T. Wagner Mr. Dunn C. Byck Mr. Robert F. Schuhmctn Insist on Seeing . . . A L S" C O ALUMINUM COMBINATION STORM WINDOWS SCREENS DOORS ALUMINUM AWNINGS GARAGES ERECTED Alsco Windows of Ky.. Inc. - CAlhoun 1494 - 337 E. Bloom St. Louisville. Ky. Wm. B. Edwards, President Chris B. Gruber, V. P. and Retail Mgr. Roy Bruner, V. P. and ,Wholescxle Mgr. K. 6: F. SMITH COMPANY 4W 4W IAckson 1152 801 S. Logan St. Louisville 4. Ky. In the Heart of St. Matthews, Ky. 5 Featuring JOHNNY SCHRADER of ihe organ r of Bud Abbott's $5 Show "Ladies Day THE mm mm AMPlE PARKING GOOD LUCK from BARBEE MARKET 2100 So. First CAlhoun 2145 Compliments Of JOHN H. PICKETT General Agent The Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Company Philadelphia, Pa. "Originator 5 Income for Life Plan" Inquiries given special attention Office: 1021 Starks Building Louisville. Kentucky Phone: CLay 5329 ALWAYS CALL 1 kllow Cab 5 IA 2121 Serving Louisville With Dependable Transportation for 91 Years H ow to atbwcf and HOLD utienjvr The comments of their friends, the impressions made by you, your oflice, and your treatment, are the measuring sticks those who come to you for treatment Will employ in estimating your skill and professional standing. Impressions are therefore very 1mportant. Bear in mind that almost all Who will come to you have been in other dental oHices. Consciously or subconsciously, com- parisons will be made. You can mold these in your favor: 'I. By making them feel welcome. Your waiting room, and your receptionist, if you will have one, are aids to this end. 2. By giving careful consideration to your greeting, your oper- ating, and your personal appearance at all times. 3. By operating in a room so obviously modern and complete that it will be certain to inspire confidence. In other words your equipment speaks-Will help make your patients want, feel proud, to refer their friends. Let us help you plan an oflice that will provide the maxi- mum in functional efliciency, one that will be modern, look modern, today and tomorrow. Free Office Planning Service and Conven- ient Payment Terms Any distributor of S. S. White Equipment will be glad to explain these services. Ask him or write to '"E i ' O Q m DEII'I'AI- "FG.CO. 211 Son": 12": Slreol, Philadelphia 5, Pa. You Have Heard . . Music By I OHNNY BURKARTH AT THESE DANCES Homecoming Dance H MIT Dance 5 T'Bred Dance Engineers B011 5 AXA Dance - Senior Prom AFROTC Dance5 AT Dcmce 5 Eagle 1S Anchor Dance Dent. School Sr. Dance Night - AT 0770 Dent. School Dance CA 6521 - Day Phone Dine at AIR CONDITIONED HOLLYWOOD Steak House 0 Plenty of Parking Space 0 Open 24 Hours 0 Third at Avery general PRINTING COMPANY 1625 South Fifth Street CAlhoun 6277 I W EISUPPUIE: RH 11 i Illll m 11 lul 1L1 ' I W1 llll Illlllll IIbHIIIIII Serving Greater Louisville Business Houses For Over 40 Years Five Phones -- WAbush 1212 126 So. 4th St. also FRIDEN CALCULATORS 108 S. 4th Typewriter Rentals MA 5854 BEST WISHES THE INDIANAPOLIS F ORWARDING CO. The Dependable Line In Your Neighborhood L L E W E L L Y N ' S Launderers e Dry Cleaners 1529 5. Third St. Corner Gaulbert CAlhoun 25 15 Dine and Dance at AIR DEVIL INN Fancy Sandwiches -- Soft Drinks GARDEN OPENING MAY 15 On Taylorsville Road At Bowman Field In this space the Thoroughbred would formally like to extend its sincere thanks to the management of 375' 6 '4 for its assistance in making this year's Thoroughbred Coronation Bozll the success that it was. The beautiful decorations that they procured for us were appreciated by all who saw them. THE THOROUGHBRED DANCE STAFF H.B.TW. decorations will help you beautify a roomwr your entire home Rugs and Carpets - Wallpaper e Lamps ' Pictures Slipcovers - Draperies - Furniture 0 Mirrors Window Shades - Venetian Blinds ' Linoleum Em 3m. 6: WWW One Location e 310-12 W. Walnut ' SWIM AND PLAY C11 LIGHT HOUSE LAKE New Pavilion For Sunbathinq and Picnickinq Gardiner Lane City Busses Take You There We Have Enjoyed Serving Our Fine Food To U of L Students This Year WELCOME BACK ANYTIME COTTAGE INN Just A Short Drive East On The Parkway . . . And Worth It! Compliments of W. S. ARRASMITH Architect For The New Natural Science Building Good Luck To The '52 GRADS TYPHOON Congratulations and Good Luck CLASSES OF FIFTY-TWO ik The Alumni Association University of Louisville REYNOLDJ' nLumInum GOOD LUCK! IOHN WELBURN BROWN and ASSOCIATES Vk TIIE MIITIIAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY i: Foree Dennis Iohn Welbum Brown C. B. Hall G. Hope Haas John D. Slengel You're Always Welcome KT's Lexington Road at Grinstead Drive BROADHURST'S Your Campus Service Station STANDARD OIL The Sign of Extra Service 3rd and Brandeis CAlhoun 9237 Cars lubricated while you're in class FISHER-KLOSTERMAN, INC. 2901- 2909 MAGAZINE STREET LOUISVILLE lo. KY. VENTILATING DUST CONTROL DUCT WORK BLOW PIPING BREECHINGS JUNCTION BOXES "OVER 44 YEARS EXPERIENCE AT YOUR SERVICE" Seali THE NAME THAT GUARANTEES HIGHEST QUALITY IN DAIRY PRODUCTS EWING-VON ALLMEN DAIRY COMPANY 431 West Oak Street APPRAISALS AND GEM IDENTIFICATION grown, Waterhoude, Kaider, jnc. DIAMOND BROKERS Heyburn Building Louisville, Kentucky Phone CLay 9593 DESIGNERS OF EXCLUSIVE JEWELRY A COMPLETE INSTITUTION FOR SERVING THE DENTAL PROFESSION Also a Branch at the DENTAL SCHOOL Brook and Broadway M. I. RAY KENNEDY in charge, Who Will always be glad to assist you in every way. T. M. Crutcher Dental Depot INCORPORATED 640 South 3rd Street LOUISVILLE. KY. DO YOU KNOW THAT PART OF EVERY DOLLAR YOU EARN BELONGS TO YOU? thc1t it is your obligation to save enough during earning years to provide for retire- ment years? -thc1t the PENN MUTUAL retirement plan makes savings easy? TOM E. LIPSCOMB AGENCY The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company Associates R. E. Armstrong Charles K. Johnson James A. Cahoe Colgcm Norman, C.I..U. John C. Cravens Robert T. Vail Suite 1208 Starks Bldg. Louisville. Ky. Phone IAckson 1183 fat M W W i .5 2' M I LUMBER MILWORK PLAN BOOKS 6: SERVICE BUILDING MATERIALS CAlhoun 1433 Floyd at Eastern Parkway At DOLFINGER'S You Will Find the Finest selection of China, Crystal and Sterling Silver Almost every bride has registered at 35 9;. ,I Since 1863 Starks Building BEST WISHES From AL I. SCHNEIDER. Inc. General Contractors 3720 S. Seventh Street WHEN SHOPPING FOR THE FINEST IN FOODS LOOK FOR THIS SIGN YOUR HOME OWNED FOOD STORE ENGRAVINGS IN THIS BOOK BY INDIANAPOLIS ENGRAVING COMPANY - lNu: YOU can count on Standard Oil products for dependable quality and Standard Oil dealers for dependable service. STANDARD Oll COMPANY KENTUCKW YOUR UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE BOOK STORE for OFFICIAL NEW 6: USED TEXTBOOKS "COMPLETE LINE OF SUPPLIES" BASEMENT GARDINER HALL VISIT YOUR CAMPUS SHOP UofL Gifts 0 Rings 0 Stationery 0 Souvenirs ADIOINING THE BOOK STORE BEST WISHES RXu STRAND qnd RIALTO THEATRES WWW PHlM-TING EUHPUHATIHN OOOOOOOOOOOO PWm ; BUT WE CAME THROUGH WITH A FULL TANK! The Thoroughbred came through with flying colors concerning the financial side and now that its the end of the road some of the problems assume a humorous air as we review the year. The Thoroughbred Staff will long remember work- ing together to present to you the 1952 Thoroughbred. Itls the end of the road for a great many other students too and to you we say . . . Donit forget to come back and Visit the University of Louisville. The buildings may be different and none of us will be around but the kids that are here then will be the same. Keep in touch with your University. . . its a University with a future. Dont forget the stuff you've collected. .the uL" sweater, the charred Thoroughbred from the remains of the SUB your ticket stubs, the term papers that by chance sounded a lot like your friends, the many no- -bteak cards, the trophy you won, and the University of Louisville banner . . . It's been fun having you with us for this tour of the campus. As the journalists say, this is 80". It's your book and may you find it a source of interest and amusement for many years. .m m M m . w . .rp... .. yw PF"""'"""w ,! . . n , A ,cllP. ah; wlwmuvaa 4,: 6 .m. s fr? Emily ,


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