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

 - Class of 1954

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P'4'R+nL- "Y, . . Bomnl'4-A-1..n....:"9 I P' .A..1-a .1.ua.,....'v-'.,'+'wa-ana...-J.Lf..1i 3,935 B. WV M944 no -miwidww .fxa -www Y A ,,"Va'? QPA. ,uv fix DEDICATION . WiTh sincere appreciaTion and friendship, The sTaff of The 1954 THOROUGHBRED, dedicaTes This yearbook To Mr. Woodrow STrickler, Vice PresidenT of The UniversiTy of Louisville. Mr. STrickler came To The UniversiTy in 1938 as an insTrucTor in The DeparTmenT of Economics. WiTh The excepTion of Three years' service in The Navy, he has remained here To advance To AssisTanT Professor of Economics in 1939, AssociaTe Professor of Economics in 1942, DirecTor of The DeparTmenT of Cooperafive EducaTion, 1942 and 1943, DirecTor of Summer School, College of ArTs and Sciences in 1946, Direc- Tor of The Division of AdulT EducaTion in 1946 and his presenT posiTion as vice presidenT in 1951. His inTeresT in and dedicafion To The purposes and ideals of a universiTy are evi- denT noT only in his conTinued advancemenT, buT in The sincerify and resolufeness wiTh which he approaches and solves The many real problems of universiTy exisT- ence. His leadership is a dynamic example for The sTudenT life here aT The UniversiTy and for The communiTy as a whole. Mr Strickler with his wife, Florence. As a represenTaTive group of The sTu- denTs on The campus, we, The sTaff of The yearbook, express our deep ad- miraTion and appreciaTion To Mr. STrick- ler. We are very proud To have him as The Vice PresidenT of our UniversiTy Family. WOODROW M. STRICKLER PHIUP GRANT DAVIDSON MISS ELEANOR TURNER Secrefary fo The President THE PRESIDENT . . Dr. Philip Davidson, Through his inTelligenT ToresighT and wise leadership, has conTribuTed inesTimaIoly To The growTh of The UniversiTy as a "family enTiTy" and To iTs increasingly maTure role in The life of The communiTy. His dedica- Tion To his work and his sincere inTeresT in all phases of universiTy" and communiTy life en- gender pride and respecT in all who are asso- ciaTed wiTh him. Dr. Davidson graduaTed from The UniversiTy of Mississippi wiTh honors. He received his M.A. and Ph.D. from The UniversiTy of Chicago. His early career included Teaching in Mississippi counTy high schools and The UniversiTy of Illi- nois. Before coming To The UniversiTy of Louis- ville he was also head of The HisTory DeparTmenT aT Agnes ScoTT College in Georgia and served as Dean of The GraduaTe School and Senior College and ProvosT aT VanderbilT UniversiTy. PresidenT Davidson is The auThor of Two books, HISTORY OF GEORGIA and PROPAGANDA AND THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. 5 G f v A .2 1 , .- n 'V ,V--vw - :S 7 1 G ., F :-1 ' f V". 1341?-3"'!-'3. " ' "'.""?Y4a,' '-11415-14, - ' L -. -gy-wv-1'--ru'-1V'v'-. . , 14pv,fgrfx.i5.5V wg. 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Chief Acpcounfanr ,V .,. v ." --.I' X .' - 4 ' .V , . . A ' . w ., . V VV .. - , . .V .' ' ' -1 .. .1 V 'V V ' V ' ' ' " f'r'. V .-- . 3,TV.l' .EV WV.---V V.V.-. . ".V.VVV, V.VV,VVVV'f- ..., .-1V1gu-.- .-..V. , VVVV . ..,V..-. "' '.,' '- --' 4,-.,f-...v.4' ...V . V -La 'f-., "Y-Nfl."-l.'. V ,-F -r.r1'.,.... v.':. "'1 '-f' ' ' '- . f""' -L" u- ' ' ,- ,-'..rv 'fi""'T-s..5'."'"V-1-.1-f-i'l.... .,." "-'va-12"-r ' t'?fv:'f. HILDA THRELKELD DEAN OF WOMEN . . . Dr. Hilda Threlkeld, through her warmth andiunderstanding dur- ing her twenty-three years as Dean ot Women at the University, has earned the affectionate title ot "Dean T." She received her A.B. from Transylvania College, M.A. from the University ot Kentucky, Ph.D. from Columbia and an L.L.D. trom Transylvania. Membership in university and civic organizations includes: Presi- dent and Treasurer, National Association ot Deans of Women, President and Vice President, Council ot Guidance and Personnel Associations, President, Kentucky Division, American Association of University Women, President, Kentucky Association ot Deans ot Women, President, Mason County Women's Club, State Board, Kentucky Committee, National Board, Y.VV.C.A., Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Delta Kappa Gamma, Mortar Board, Cwens, Chi Omega. Assistant to the Dean ot Women, Miss Doris Nickel, supplements her otticial duties with the multi-taceted iob ot Secretary in the Office ot the Deans ot Men and Women. Atter undergraduate work at Indiana State College, Miss Nickel received her M.A. at Indiana University. An instructor in the Secretarial Science Depart- ment at U ot L since 1947, she was appointed to her present position in June, 1953. MISS DORIS NICKEL DAVE LAWRENCE Assistant to the Dean ot Women DEAN OF MEN . . . Mr. Dave Lawrence, in his two years as Dean ot Men at the University, has become a respected campus tavorite ot all stu- dents. Through his interest in and cooperation with student groups, Dean Lawrence is an active participant in all phases of campus lite. He received his A.B. and M.A. degrees trom the University ot Kentucky where he gained honorable mention on the All-American Basketball team. During World War II, he served in the Navy. He is at present an active member in: Lions Club, Omicron Delta Kappa, National P. E. Association, State P. E. Asso- ciation and National Association of Student Personnel Adminis- trators. BOARD OF TRUSTEES MR. WATHEN R. KNEBELKAMP Term expires March, 1954 MR. HENRY Y. OFFUTT, JR. Term expires March, 1954 MR. EDWARD J. MILLER Term expires March, 1956 MR. ELI H. BROWN III Term expires March, 1956 MR. ARTHUR H, ALMSTEDT Term expires March, 1958 MR. WILSON W. WYATT, Chairman Term expires March, 1958 MISS ADELE BRANDEIS Term expires March, 1960 DR. OSCAR O. MILLER Term expires March, 1960 MR. ROBERT T. BURKE, JR, Secrefary Term expires March, 1962 MR. LEE P. MILLER, Vice Chairman Term expires March, 1962 Y ff ff'- .al-4 hx 'WX -A .- ad' f X r J X x I V f X f f X K 4 N s v f A in v , 4 Q , Qi, 1 .' , f:mg1l. ghsQps iofjjSbQhd bqrbiiarf , - K , 57'- jk I . M, . PQP1'35F2fH3E1i f5Qi1Q3CeaF15S 9492 - " -f 9f4?-f3 '?ffii '? f15ff0USf hfi+Hih9 neSSf zf i eh6fe?+fhe 1e6F+h ismad 1 1 34?25!5Hg ??e1'?i??y A536SE,!iifh2f11ff?fQha?'3 iSB1Gnkiush 5 ' SQcial1 sxSfemf+d oX:1we dwb+ ' 5 lhQS623S1Giri'd2 ffS1hQ'iQfeedIy 'ff0,m: fffhie isedf V fI5?i'Y F??f+i4?' i bfif 56AH:U5iZHS,f S'PH Ce V 1bQfivre I 1 Brbkiahi her 3155? iidifiiciibfni 1i g 11 W B9 ' .-W Mr, g 2902f9WQf4?S-f'1????EfT9F'i 1S5ih?lY '1?P.iWfiQ' 1FSf? 'TdS- ' ' u - ,A'. W g V ,. A 1'i Li 1 'T fE'MADELl'NE3fc,UND'lFF A g ?jClass Lili 95: 3' ' F f ,F A q , -'L .. .- v l4. 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The Award for Merit has been presented to The following people: DR. WILLIAM MARCUS RANDALL, June, 1949 MRS. ELEANOR ROOSEVELT, March 15, 1950 MISS FAYETTE BARNUM, June 12, 1950 STATE SENATOR RICHARD P. MOLONEY, June 2, 1952 GENERAL ALFRED M. GRUENTHER, March 20, 1953 5,2 2 AJ. ' 7iQ.lffg,W iv' ' -. H hx wif 1 ff x . " ' 4.41-gf? , -s5f'2.w Q " . . 39 13, , fx, 51552 '- . Q' 'ffl 'l 'Eff :Q ' - v -1- ' guy, - X .515 Q. l' GJ' ga v 'rr 'Q el ...,, 5 I .,. V. . UQ A' 1 71" f fixpggg ' 'rf'-1 , "fb" .Q .2 1--I. f x K , 7,4- f f, 1' ,35 f Q L , - . f ff 1 I , , Q if J: , , an I Q : 3 CT , ,V , , ff 1' 4 ff? . 1. , B, ! 1, . 4, "e ':eisf ':- ,, 'V 3 f,g,. v5: ,1 ff QW.. E , ' -J'h"'-"FEI: 11 ' ' 11 E9 51:1 4:54.54 261- .wif ,amy ' ff :-wg ' fag snw' ,Z , ev: L .4 ,4x.z,.Q, ,, if 1 'if ' ' ww f : . , ,.,,,Mw,.. W M. 3 221 26 , ,A S , 'Zi M . 9 wiv fi , . nik I ' 5-jf, Qgw rg, ' 1 Hi , :fix ' ,-1 54. , ' ' 'A X. Sgjfk N , . '.. x -,-N -W4 1 , xliw' 14 N qw ?"'?., '- SPRING on the campus ., X 8 , . 'uf ,', ,- X W .1 W4-1 Q .vmmgfgf-51 -s, 1 I' . . . and one of The many acTiviTies was The annual BeauTy and Bar- bershop QuarTeT ConTesT, held on March TO, 1953 in The Playhouse. Sponsored by The Progress Com- mission oT USC, The conTesT is iudged by members of The local chapTer of SPEBSQSA. if . 'lg 2, .Z - I Z The members of The Sigma Kappa quarfet are, lefT to right Barbara Buskirk, :VX Barbara Duerr, Sally Yanfz and MargareT Hamilton, . itil U 4 . . ' Members of The winning Phi Tau quarTeTTe are, leTT To righTf BerT Thompson, Chuck JeTT, Bud Humphries and Don Romans. The Sigma Kappas won TirsT place Trophy for sororiTies wiTh "AngeI- ina" and "My Indiana" and The second place honors wenT To Chi Omega 'For "Carolina Moon" and "The Sandman." The Phi Tau "ChieTTans" received TirsT prize Tor Their harmonizing of "I Love Mounfain Music" and a medley of "Dear Old Girl" and "I Love The Silver in Your Hair." Pi Kappa Phi Took second place wiTh a medley of "Coney Island Baby" and "Daddy, GeT Your Baby ouT of Jail," and "Red River VaIIey." .Q .aaa ' -' rf Bert, Lois, Ralph, Carol, Jack and Dede, chosen at spring Tryouis, cheered us on Through The coming year. Also in March came The Sigma Kappa-Phi Tau VaRlOTies Show and only one was out of step in The famous gay- nineTies chorus line At the tryouts ll, in ... P . -.N -." ' WAHI? H The Student Chest Fund put a few more pennies in its pocket with the Lena the Hyena and Ugly Man Contest. The unrec- ognizable faces above belong to Bonnie Schultz and Tony Craver, winners of the respec- tive titles. April saw shades of gay Paris in the Student Chest Fund Variety Show, a benefit sponsored by USC One of the outstanding acts was Lois Bewley's Can Can After spring house-cleaning came the many open houses! -1' No land-lubbers, we! Mid April broughT The annual A and S boafride on which we cruised down'The "beauTiTul Ohio." General George CaTleTT Marshall addressed The sTudenTs at a convocaTion. O 6 , 0 K I ll t , in ' X 0 Lzscx., Q --'- U. , , X l Ndbtk v- P J coNvocATioNs A Each year, Through The sponsorship of The DisTinguished LecTure Series of The UniversiTy, The InTernaTional CenTer, The HumaniTies Division and oTher organizaTions, many ouTsTanding personaliTies and speakers visiT The U of L campus and address The sTudenT body and TaculTy in UniversiTy convocaTions. During The spring of i953, The UniversiTy was honored wiTh The visiTs of Erik Boheman, Swedish ambassador To The UniTed STaTes, Dr. Frank Edmondson, Chairman of The AsTronomy DeparTmenT aT Indiana UniversiTy, Theodore M. Green of Yale UniversiTy, who addressed The sTudenT body during Religious Emphasis Week in April, and General George CaTleTT Marshall, picTured aT The leTT. Fall saw convocaTions TeaTuring Barry Bingham, who spoke on his Far EasTern Tour wiTh Adlai STevenson, and a ioinT program of Two mayoraliTy candidaTes, Andrew Broaddus and John Taylor. In Feb- ruary, Dr. Jan van Roiien, Ambassador from The NeTherlands To The UniTed STaTes, visiTed The campus, and in March came Baron Silver- cruys, Belgian ambassador To The U.S. Also in March was TeaTured an ouTsTanding musical convocaTion wiTh Jacques Monod, pianisT, and BeThany Beardslee, soprano. CHI OMEGA DELTA SIGMA DELTA Strains of "Three Blind Mice" won the annual Fryberger Sing award for Chi Omega in May. Held on The Administration Building steps, The all-campus sing is a memorial To a former U of L music instrucior. Sigma Kappa's "Swing Along" swung info second place. Delia Sigma DelTa's search for "Chloe" won Them first place in the men's divisiong Phi Chi came second with "You'll Never Walk Alone." The sing is sponsored by the Progress Commission of USC. p..-F. .Y. V . v.. .,,., .. Y .,,,-,lg FALL . . . and the beginning of a new school year. 6' E29 We came to school in anything that had wheels and ran . . . . went through the bewildering registration line . . picked up a few aspirins from Hazel and Kay in the Student Health Office . . . rats! ,,,.,-- and arrived in class to find Dr, Fink playing with white 25 '55 Then of HOMECOMING WGS OU" From this group of smiling beauties, the Queen and her court were chosen. l gh Homecoming Queen, Jonelle Jones, and Dr. Davidson pose tor their pic- ture with the Queen's Court, Ginni Pickett, Mickey Minsterl, Libby Bridg- water end Delwin Kellerman. tx' .Ionelle and the football players who elected her Queen. X, i ffggf, A . if. V, E. ., T D-OHQ ViiQii5,iiQi r C .... The Phi Taus predicted a "'Monsrer'ous Victory for the Cards" to win first in house decorations. The Chi O's "Cooked Eastern's Goose" To take first among the sororities. Lambda Chi carried oft the second place trophy for "We'lI 'NiIe'ate Eastern." Second place among the sororities went to Sigma Kappa for "We'll Snow 'em Under." Phi Tau, who planned To "Railroad Eastern," place for fraternities in The float division. received first U, iii Sigma Kappa rocked to first place in the parade with their rocking horse and "We'll Rock 'em." Also recipient of a second place trophy was Pi Phi who Thought that "Eastern Ain't Worth Ascent." " vw, i ln second place was Lambda Chi with their female Franken- '- A stein who dreamed she beat Eastern in her Maidenform bra. 'i , if? S.. .l'!Y0 -. l ,jg r Q . .B iffffrf--.r - 1.. ' I f 'N' . V - ' A 'Af r ' 1 ol, ,.. Also "Rr . L n . . - N W . yd ,QW ,, X "R, .' -wh xixklf. WL U: IWC,-1 Q. V, fjf ,w..Z5M- .f, aah '- "-urn' w:'i,S:fi4'.sU at ' 'Q'-f3'1:.n fu, ':.x,,,,, , , X v' , .H " Qin .qs f ' Q- mi.- V QM., , I. AJ' . .M i ,.v.-fm: A x ' 's Ni wo. .. We crowded into the Armory at the Homecoming Dance .To do the Bunny Hop . . . and receive our Trophies. whether vve're studying art . , , . . .or medical BACK TO WORK Technology . . . , , . or working at the print shop. Neither man NOR WOMAN lives by bread alone! Professor Newton Stallnechf from Indiana University lecfures in The Jefferson Room on "The Humaniries and The Quality of Man." Sfudenf elections. Tinker Everharf and Leigh Eisenhauer clrarnafize a scene from "Twilight Walk." The Drama Workshop rehearses a scene from "Twilighi Walk." Other presenfafions of The group were "Mother Is a Freshman" and "So This Is Love." as la J , ,U ' Q- :I 4' X-, a X X, 1 ,Qu D aol .,i, . on 0 X, A1 l O A Wednesday night get-together after The meetings. Before all The leaves were off The Trees, Halloween provided another excuse for a party! Don'f look now, but we iusf made a touchdown! X ww ll l li rs 3, 'Mid The snow, The ice, The Arctic breeze, we still went To classes . but while ofhers were away in The sunny climes WE had a beac island-we had sand, Too! hpa rTy on The asphalt ,Vw lf ' Kiran-J -- , h . mf ' -cf' , 5 k ' V-Nt' A v, -- f'.g:'g'f-'un 5 My I W':.:Qlf.1" .- , ' 1 . , -.. . -5-7.4 rl -iJx,49Wa . ' . I 'WHL .1-LEM . 5. QM, 'Es-. , 1-r.: - " ' -- l-w ' '-HA, V. 1L?fs?e' T Q- alliv, c.,,g- . , ,-Q s Somewhere in space something was happening, but it Turned out To be only an eclipse! Set 'em up, Joe wfff and away we go! Speed Museum, where a quiet mo ment of relaxation and enloymem is always waiting. I eaa 4 r f X 5953 s.d lf is I ,? 'Tr 'iran gsm Bur many are The in The library, Too. 'M N 3 iv. I K 1- fm' ,X , 1. W.: x ,ks 38 .44 x 'uf THE LITTLE THEATRE The hisToric Playhouse, formerly a chapel, has been The home of The LiTTle TheaTre since 1932. IT houses a unique collecfion of picTures of old vaudevillian acTors, which used To hang in The old McCauley's TheaTre in Louisville. A member of The Louisville Fund, The LiTTle TheaTre flourishes under The experienced and enThusiasTic direcfion of Boyd "Pop" MarTin and enhanced by The professional seT designs of Rollo Wayne. Their unTiring efforfs have won for The LiTTle TheaTre a greaT deal of merifed praise and presTige. Pop Martin looks over some blueprints. l F ., . ls ,,.. Hi .H kj .Lv 'J ASH? is 1 J U? v l . We A scene from "Three Men on a Horse." During The 1953-54 season, The LiTTle TheaTre presenTed "Three Men on a Horse" by John Cecil Holm and George AbboTT, "The Old Maid" by Zoe Akins, "The Browning Version" and "Harlequinade" by Terrence RaTTigan, "Angel STreeT" by Patrick Hamil- Ton and "The Moon ls Blue" by Hugh HerberT. ROLLO WAYNE Kat righfl IN MEMORY . . . . . . of Rollo Wayne, who died on March 18, 1954. Mr. Wayne's love of The TheaTre and his greaT TalenTs have conTribuTed inesTimably To The ouT- sTanding posiTion of The LiTTle TheaTre among The TheaTrical groups of The counTry. A 1920 graduaTe of The UniversiTy of Louisville, Mr. Wayne worked wiTh The '47 Workshop aT Harvard and sTudied aT The BosTon Museum of Fine ArTs. His seT designs were famous on Broad- way, aT The ShuberT TheaTre, in George WhiTe's Scandals, and in many of The Follies and VaniTies of The '2O's and '3O's. He had been seT designer for The Iroquois AmphiTheaTre and The LiTTle TheaTre since 1938. ai ik if I x " Those curfains are Too DAMNED long! An after-the-play gathering backstage. Tie if good, or if might fall down at The wr time! Dr. George Brodschi, Executive Secretary of The InTernaTional Center, with his student secretary, Eleanor McFarland. International Life at The UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL CENTER I The International Center of Louisville, located on Belknap Cam- pus, is a civic, non-profit enterprise dedicated To serving Louis- ville on an international level. IT serves as an agency working To make The community aware of how The rest of The world is living and seeks To make a place for Louisville in international commerce. Believing That knowledge of other peoples, strong social and economic Ties, and mutually advantageous business relations form a solid foundation for peace, The Center directs its Edu- cational and Cultural, and Commercial Divisions Toward These goals. Membership in either or both divisions of The Center is open To any business firm, association, corporation or person of good standing interested in The CenTer's obiectives. All activities are planned by The officers and The Board of Directors which is elected every year aT The annual meeting of The International Center in June. In addition To its many worthwhile university and community activities, some of which are pictured on The next few pages, The Center plays host each year To outstanding visitors from countries all over The world. One of The many activities of The International Centenduring The past year has been a series of meetings Tc orient The foreign students to some aspects of American life. Student representatives of many countries gath- ered aT one such meeting to hear Edward P. Jackson, Jr. and William O. Cowger fshaking handsl discuss The Democratic and Republican political parties in The United States. Both men are members of The Board ot Directors of The International Center. 42 ' -tw W g? mag- , 4' The University's good-will ambassadors to Europe last summer, selected by Dr. Brodschi to participate in the summer work and travel program of the International Center are, front row, left to right: Fadel Bell, Clara Jo Smith, Kay Hardy, Joan Mohlenkamp, Barbara Buskirk, Elizabeth Mayo, Frances Zoptf Poth and Sandra Gas- ton. Second row: Mary Ann Joyce, Wallace Sanders, Richard George, Martin Cohen, Charles Schmitt, Steve Block, David Kirksey and Willis Cowley. Students and their parents meet with Dr. Brodschi at an informal tea to discuss many aspects of the coming summer travels. 43 Latin American visitors to Louisville were welcomed at the University by Dr. Brod- schi and Dr. Davidson? In cooperation with civic and economic organizations of Louisville and Kentucky, the Center sponsors the annual Kentucky World Trade Conference. Held in October, 1953, the Conference considered ways to further Kentucky as a foreign trade center and presented experts in the trade field as guest speakers. Three U of L students, Con- nie Darms, Doris Kaplan and Mickey Min- sterl, had questions to ask some of the guests at the Conference. At the opening of the fail semester, ex- Mayor Charles Farnsley presented some of the foreign students at the University with keys to the city. Pictured with him are Chao-Wen Woo of Formosa and Lenore Schwan of Germany. Also at the opening ot the school year, Dr. and Mrs. Davidson welcomed the foreign students to the campus with a breakfast in their honor. Pictured with the president and his wite are Chung Ja Kim from Korea, Myrtle Solomon from India and Chao-Wen Woo of Formosa. Approximately fifty students from other countries studied at the University this past year, through the sponsorship of the International Center. MlSS INGE HIRSCHEIMER flettj and MISS JOAN WOOD, both graduates of the Uni- versity ot Louisville, were recipients of Fulbright scholarships to study abroad dur- ing the school year 1953-54, Inge in Eng- land and Joan in Italy. Members of the international Relations Club meet weekly to view a film or hear a talk relative to the world situation. The Club cooperates with the International Center and offers programs of interest to students and faculty alike. Seated second from left is Dr. Robert Warner, faculty advisor of the group. The officers are Clara Jo Smith, President, Kurt Bacher, Vice President, Janet Cooper, Secretary, Nancy Grossman, Secretary. A group of foreign students studying at the University. The sincere appreciation of the Thorough- bred staff is extended to the Louisville Courier-Journal and Times, which supplied many of the pictures appearing in the International section and also some ap- pearing in the other sections. 46 iIONS DAY at the University ebrated with a University convocation, which opened with a selection of songs my the University chorus. Four students from foreign lands spoke on "What the fire engines carried students through the downtown ne United Nations' flags. ,, f f . 5, 47 CAMPUS I l W3 , Mlss Thoroughbred PENNY BENNER Mr Chi Omega E if . V 48 I -4 f N PERSQNALITIES Mr. Thoroughbred JACK FISHER Phi Kappa Tau 'k'a:..,Mm' 1 1 A-N if -1.4, X 49 hx..--r-' -19 fm? r 3 351, 3 gif 1 vii ti LL 75- ' Sy . .,. N . .2 ELL ,QT .A+ 1, .02 Y .X X 2,4 The candidaTes. The dance . . . . . . was lots of fun ONEIDA CARDEN 52 Moria rboa rd PATRICIA BRUMMITT SUE MCGEE Independent Women Pi Befa Phi MYRNA MONTGOMERY Air Force Sponsors IMES THOROUGP MARGARET SCHMIDT Cardmalerfes REDS ANN CURRIN JEAN HEAD COURT RUTH MCKIM Robbins Hall Sigma Kappa L., INA MARIE WITTIG Della Zeta BEVERLY ELDER Zeta Tau Alpha 53 MR. THOROUGI- MARTIN MARGULIS DELBERT BROWN Alpha Phi Omega Theta Tau TONY CRAVER JOHN MCINTYRE Pi Kappa Phi Air Force STEVE BLOCK CHARLES ISGRIGG Views Triangle RED'S COURT WILLIS COWLEY MAC MCPHERSON Deira Theta Phi Sigma Phi Epsilon DAVE ARCHER CHUCK NOBLE Tau Kappa Epsilon Delta Upsiion DAVE JONES STEWART RUTLEDGE Lambda Chi Alpha Kappa Alpha Miss Kentucky of 1953 EMILY RUCKER Music School Wonder what The THINKER Thinks! i La, , ' s ' ,f- i With her trophy . . i Miss Kentucky is fefed at Music School. JUST B PTQTTY POSB. Old fashioned setting. 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"TL I-3:1 sf N--'f' ji izii 'N' 'S' l NJ 'Wig ctw W 59 THE THOROUGHBRED STAFF MARVIN KATZMAN Business Manager CLARA JO SMITH Edifor-in-Chief POLLY CUSTIS Associafe Editor EARL O'BANNON and JESS ROBBINS Advertising Managers NOEL LYKINS CrightD, Arts and Sciences Editor CONNIE DARMS, Arts and Sciences Staff Y' A JEAN GRIFFIN ' Kent School Editor GORDON BROWNING and DAVE CRAFT Dental School Editors 1, 3 . 2 I DAVE JONES Business School Editor gum , ,, ALPHA i Simian A RONALD NEWPORT Division of Adult Education Editor ,I f 'RQ ' H3523 mam r-'R f Wll.l.l5 COWLEY Law School Editor bl PATSY BASS Music School Editor CORKIE KIRKHAM Fnafurn Frlifnr GORDON WEST Art Editor ff- ,wxsft-1 .f-- ff q ,,g1Q:.wf, I- -. FRED BARLOW and JOHN HUFF Medical school Editors V 'S f ,.., if ,Kg f, - - , 51:11-as . , ivy f vm- :armx Q-ft-:wr-w - ' Q55 DELBERT BROWN, Ccenterl Speed School Editor BILL GRIFFIN, JR. and BOB GEORGE Speed School Staff ANN HART and NEVILLE CAUDILL Organizations Editors DELORES WRIGHT, OZZIE RUBEY and SANDY GASTON Art Staff Not pictured: LOIS BEWLEY and PAT HAMBAUGH 52,1 I 5' ,gf FRANK BRINEGAR and BETTY CUSTIS Greeks Editors JERRY Fl NLEY Sports Editor BOB MADDOX Sports Staff BERT EDWARDS and ANN GLASS Senior Editors VALERIA STOPINSKI and FRED ANTHONY Faculty Editors JOAN MOHLENKAMP, Photo Editor SHARKEY UTLEY ARNETT, Not pictured , ,,,f"' Ji? wtf 5 Q if LINDSAY ALMAND Publications Editor Q x JONELLE JONES Dance Chairman WILL RUSK Chief Photographer LOU SMITHER Photographer BARBARA KNADLER Office Manager OFFICE STAFF First row, left to right: John Devine, Cynthia Robinson, Frances Bush, Jeannine Ray. Second row: Helen Mohlenkamp, Donna Lee Beere, Paula Wolfford. Third row: Pat Keefer, Pat Taylor, Betty Miles, Margaret Fife. . Fourth row: Liz Hanner, Mary Ellen Adams, Anne Schulhafer. V EWS STAF EDITH TANNER Cleftj, Circulafion Manager CORKIE KIRKHAM, Promotion Manager HARRIS BERMAN CIef1J Business Manager STEVE BLOCK Managing Editor DELORES WRIGHT Crighfl, Arr Editor RUTH MCKIM, Arr Assisfant CURT HERBERT Cleffl, Poetry Editor CHARLES DURRETT, PFOSE Edifor v s X XX i , 1' Ek THE CARDINAL STAFF JUDY SHELTON Co-Editor-in-Chief JON WHITFIELD Co-Editor-in-Chief W 66 DAVE JONES Business Manager POLLY CUSTIS Associate Editor BERT EDWARDS News Editor CAROL SHARPE Feature Edifor ANN HART Schools Editor ROGER DEUSCHLE Sports Edifor 'Hs L ' 1 , r S ' A Y' ,, L LMA o TOM BOWLING LEAH GALANTER Circulation Manager Society Editor STAFF NOT PICTU RED JIM WESSEL ...,......... ........... A dvertising Manager LEIGH ElSENHAUER ..... ..... A ssistant Business Manager PAT TAYLOR .........,...,.,,...........,...,........... Assistant Circulation Manager PHOTOGRAPHERS-Lou Smither, John Kracha, Dave Archer and Larry Spitzer. RAY KENNEDY-Cartoonist REPORTERS--Barbara Greenwell, Barbara Stocker, Sally Love, John Meehan, Ernie Sigrist, Bill Hagan, Wini Cook, Nancy Grossman, John Devine, John Knadler, Virginia Meyers, Corkie Kirkham, John Barnard, NOEL LYKlNS Janet Cooper, Sheila Schmitt, Gene Mueller, Bob Cambron, Moio Office Manager Hollowell, Alan Gold, Bob Bender and Ralph Wooten. ' SCHOOLS' EDITORS-Speed, Will Rusk, Medical, Bill McBeath, Music, Donnaiean Boddyy Kent, Arthur Fingerhart, Law, Tim Bornstein, Dental, James Edwards. WILL RUSK Photographer Tuesday night make-up. THE I UNIVERSITY CHORUS First row, left to right: George Perle, Director, Cris Stone, Leona Tucker, Sylvia Williams, Billie Jo Rowan Shirley Stiger, Helen Browne, Anita Taylor, Erma Bell. Back row: Sam Jackson, Paul Williams, Orlando White, Calvin Jones, William Bauer, Gardiner Dixon James Taylor. The University Chorus, directed by Mr. George Perle and composed of students and faculty of the University, participates in programs off campus as well as in many convocations of the school. l P I KAP PA OMICRON TERRY MORGAN . .. President SILAS RYAN . . . Vice President NOLAND KIRK... Recording Secretary SHERRILL RITTER . .. Corresponding Secretary EUGENE HERDE . . . Treasurer EARL FLORA . . . Sergeant-at-Arms Left to right: Silas Ryan, seated at desk, Sherrill Ritter, Art Hicks, Phil Owen, Earl Flora, Terry Morgan, Charles Hammond, Noland Kirk. Not pictured: Jouett Brown, Gene I-lerde, Carl Peterson, Glenn Marcum, Jack Morris, Walton Richmond, Ed Ballenger. Pi Kappa Omicron is a national, professional band fraternity, established at the University in 1949, The fraternity commissions famous composers to write original music for the band, makes available 51,000 annually for tuition scholarships and awards the annual All-University Cultural Advancement trophy. 69 H I LDA GAY MAYBERRY CHING CARDINALS WE, I THE UNIVERSITY STUDENT COUNCIL The University Student Council consists of the presidents and vice-presidents of the various schools in addition to elected members from each school. its purpose is to promote cooperation between students and faculty and to -balance the academic life of the students by the promotion ot extracurricular activities within the University. Among its worthwhile proiects are Home- coming, Leadership Camp, Fryberger Sing, the Barbershop Quartet Contest, the Student Chest Variety Show and the Student Directory. These and many other activities are directed through the efforts ofthe commission heads, pictured on the opposite page. Connie Darms and Dick Guenther, Progress Commission Heads, are not pictured. CHARLES SANDERS ANN B. FORD Presidenf I Corresponding Secretary Not pictured SUE ELLEN BROADUS ARNOLD GREVER TOM BOWLING Recording Secretary Vice President Treasurer Joe Alexander Hal Arnett Fred Barlow Robert Blake Delbert Brown Gordon Browning Fred Burton Henry DeLong Ray Eberhard Joe Eckert Bert Edwards James Edwards Jack Fisher Robert George Bill Griffin John Hutt ' Bob King John Knadler Noel Lykins James Moriarty Andy Otfutt Bill Penny Henry Triplett Bill Vonderhaar Not pictured: Jim Dorton M v 'Wx si ww , MW i-Q7 V- is 4,-" ' VVV., iq ., 1 .r.k -, 4.31-mae: ' L - A .5 A , V I L r w - . -Q . ,V ' ' ' 'wt LEIGHTON CRUTCHER and ELIZABETH NEWTQN SCHONEBERG SETZER POLLY CUSTIS Cabovej and ANN HART Social Commigsign Service Commission Student Chest Commission NEVILLE CAUDILL and LIBBY BRIDGWATER Student Union Building Commission CAROLYN KRAUSE Orientation Commission Council meeting. f, GINNI PICKETT and BERT EDWARDS Leadership Commission ANDY OFFUTT and CAROL SHARPE Publicity Commission ALAN GOLD and RALPH WOOTON "L-Rnisers" Commission 7 3 In tront ofthe B S U house. President ....... Secretary ...... . ........... Devotional Chairman . Social Chairman .... Brotherhood Chairman Training Union Social Service Publicity .,..............., OFFICERS Promotional Director ..... ,..... Stewardship ..... Enlistments ...... Y. W. A. ..... . 74 BEN RENDER BARBARA KNADLER JOHN MCKECHNIE RALPH WOOTON W. W. SANDERS, JR. HAROLD WAHKING DOUGLASS SLEADD HAROLD LESTER FRANZEE PORTMANN NAOMA KEEGAN JOHN ALLEN ELSE SPANGENBERG BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The Baptist Student Union is an organization of Baptist students on the campus who meet for the purpose of spiritual growth and Christian fellowship. Among the many activities of the B. S. U. are an annual retreat, a student week at Ridgecrest and regular socials. The B. S. U. pub- lishes its own paper and is the only student religious group on campus with its own house. Party night for B. S. U. students. At a regular weekly meeting. TH E NEWMAN CLUB The Newman Club of the University of Louisville, a member Federation of Newman Clubs, was founded in 1936, having thet of 'benefiting the Catholic students on the campus spiritually, socially. Meetings are held once a week on campus and on the first Sund there is a Communion breakfast for members and their gue: activities of the Club this past year have been the first "Queer held at U of L and social gatherings for the members. Membe is open to all interested students. OFFICERS President ...,....... .......... - ........... - . ....... - JlM LOGSDO Vice President ...- ......,.... ............... J ACK FISHE Recording Secretary ............, ............ J ANICE VlEMOh Corresponding Secretary .................. - .... SUE ELLEN BROADL Treasurer ..-- ......................... .. ........ -..... FRED ANTHON Social Chairman -.. ... ..... CHARLES GERLAC 4 .., PRESBYTERIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION The Presbyterian Student Association offers each semester an active program of meetings and social gatherings for the benefit of the Presbyterian students on the campus. President ..... MARTHA HODGES Dedicated to the benefit of the Methodist students on campus, the Wesley Club originated at the University of Louisville as a part of the national Methodist Stu- dents' Movement, under the name of the Methodist League, in 1940. President ...............,......................................,..... LYNN HARMON WESLEY L CLUB UNIVERSTTY RELIGTGUS COUNCIL ws, ' . -wil-2afi':1 ' sz are-ve, WX- "" ' s. ' ' 1-fr ,f 5 ' .V 1 cr 3 Q 1 ,X 5 , rin' , stiff?" A residing. A. V if-MW if. ,. a L, , 1 53 6' bf, I MARTHA HODGES NOEL LYKINS JOANN BOERNER JIM LOGSDON Presbyterian Student Baptist Student Union Christian Club Newman Club Association ,Y,g5 1,1 .vs fm, ig "'3,,f,:,:w' ,.gg,3,',f " I, ELIZABETH NEWTON LEIGHTON CRUTCHER PAT TAYLOR Wesley Club Canterbury Club Pf9SbYfeflan STUGISUT Association The University Religious Council is composed of elected representatives from the religious clubs on campus. Its purpose is to promote understanding and co-operation among the groups. The Council sponsors convocations during the year and coordinates activities during Religious Empha- sis week, held each spring. Members not pictured are Lee Kirk, North Lutheran Clubg Avanell Chescher and Orville Thorpe, Baptist Student Unionp Schoeneberg Setzer, Missouri Synod Luther- an Clubg Lynn Harmon, Wesley Clubg Shirley Holthouser, Christian Club. OFFICERS President ........ .,,...,..,........,.., ..........,........ L E E KIRK Vice President ..,..,... ....... M ARTHA HODGES Secretary-Treasurer ..... ..... A VANELL CHESCHER Bellarmine College presents a tableau for the Christmas convocation sponsored by the Re- ligious Council. OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Omicron Delta Kappa, national men's honorary fraternity, was founded at Wash- ington and Lee University in 1914. Beta Epsilon Circle, an outgrowth of the College of Cardinals, was founded at the University in 1943. Members are chosen on the basis of character and achievement as students, faculty and citizens. The officers are Fred Burton, President, Carey Thompson, Vice President, Dean Dave Lawrence, Secretary-Treasurer. Student members not pictured are James M. Boswell, F. Arnold Grever, James W. Holladay, David A. Jones and Fontaine T. Kremer. Faculty members, not pictured, are Mr. Joseph A. Ayers, Dr. Philip Davidson, Dean Robert C. Ernst, Dean Raymond E. Myers, Dr. Miles G. Northrop, Dean J. J. Oppenheimer, Dean A. C. Russell, Mr. Frederick W. Stamm, Dean Guy Stevenson, Mr. Woodrow M. Strickler, Mr. Athol Lee Taylor, Mr. Morton Walker, Mr. Ellis Mendelsohn, Mr. Harry Smith. John E. Allen Halburn C. Arnett Tim L. Bornstein Robert Bossung Delbert L. Brown Fred Burton, Jr. Robert C. Carter R. Kitt Cox James B. Edwards William C. Fuller Alan W. Gold Theodore Guiglia George R. Hoertz Noel R. Lykins William C. Moore, Jr William Penny any Charles F. Sanders Douglas Sanford W. Carey Thompson R. Maurice Trautwein Robert T. Trautwein L Robert G. Tripp John W. Ya rb ro i gift u -1. -.,.1..,:E jf ' , 15 1 I 472, X K if f J A MORTARBOARD President .......... Vice President .... Secretary ...,..,,,,. Treasurer .... Editor ....... OFFICERS LINDSAY ALMAND CAROL SHARPE CONNIE DARMS JONELLE JONES JUDY SHELTON First row, left to right: Judy Shelton, Connie Darms, Lindsay Almand, Jonelle Jones, Nellie Patterson. Second row: Louise Sherman, Carol Sharpe, Shirley Shelton, Oneida Carden, Miss Doris Nickel, Third row: Polly Custis, Nita Eubanks, Beth Keister. Not pictured: Abbye Bierfield, Betty Blostein, Betty Davis, Betty Johnston, Clara Jo Smith, Mary Twickler, Patti Moore. Mortarboard members are tapped each year at Fryberger Sing from among the outstanding iunior women in the University. Membership is based on scholar- ship, leadership and service to the University. Cwens, the sophomore honorary organization tor women, was organized as the Thinkers in the spring of 1950. They were accepted into the national organi- zation in the fall of 1952. Members are tapped each spring at Fryberger Sing. First row, left to right: Elizabeth Keller, Betty Custis. Second row: Betty Bassett, Donna Lee Beere, Nancy Gaines, Sandy Gaston. Third row: Dr. Fortuna Gordon, Ann Ade, Dean Hilda Threlkeld, Wesley Melton, Miss Kathleen Drummond. CWENS President ........,. Vice President ..... Secretary . ......... Treasurer ..,.... Editor ...... OFFICERS. NANCY GAINES BETTY BASSETT SANDY GASTON DONNA LEE BEERE WESLEY MELTON 00 DCOCK SOCIETY Woodcock Society, the oldest honorary scholastic or- ganization at The University, awards medals yearly To the highest ranking student in each class. ln 1953, The awards went To L. T. Armstrong, Jr., freshman medal- ist, Robert Lee Flowers, sophomore medalist, Lois Mabrey, iunior medalistg and Inge Hirscheimer, senior medalist. Pictured is L. T. Armstrong, The freshman medalist. L. T. ARMSTRONG The students elected to membership in Woodcock Society in 1953 are: Mariorie L. Ash, Patricia Beasley, Jeff Blackerby, Edith G. Bloch, Betty Boller, Kenneth Brannon, Robert Carter, Selig Eisenberg, Lee Gross- man, Ted Guiglia, Thomas Hall, Jewel Helton, lnge Hirscheimer, Clinton Johnston, Carol Miller, Alice Money, Burt Monroe, Dorothy McDade, Peggy Moll MacLeisch, William Neely, Joseph O'Brien, Jr., Wil- liam Lee Porter, Russell Lee Robinson, Cecil Sanders, Mark Sexter, Bernd Silver, Margaret Striepe, Carol Cochran Thompson, John Yarbro, Doris Jean Yochim. PHI K PPA PHI Phi Kappa Phi is an all-University honorary to which students and faculty in all departments of The University may be elected. Selection of members is based on character, high scholarship and interest in the University. The obiect of Phi Kappa Phi is to emphasize scholarship, to stimulate mental achieve- ment and to foster the significant purposes of the University. The officers of Phi Kappa Phi are Dr. Henry M. Wilbur, Dental School, and Mr. Ralph Petrilli, Law School. Students of the graduating class of 1953 who were elected to Phi Kappa Phi are the following: Mariorie L. Ash Patricia Beasley Edith G. Bloch Betty Boller Kenneth Brannon Walter Cole Selig Eisenberg George Feltovich Lee Grossman Ted Guiglia Tom Hall Jewel Helton Inge Hirscheimer Clinton Johnston Dorothy McDade Peggy Moll MacLeisch Carol Miller Burt Monroe William Neely Rose E. Paalz Marvin Perryman William Porter Kenneth Post George G. Purvis Russell Robinson Skip Sanders Doug Sanford Mark Sexter David Shipp Margaret Striepe Carol Cochran 'Thompson John Yarbro Doris Jean Yochim Left to right: Clara Jo Smith, Tim Bornstein, Carol Sharpe, Ron Myles, Judy Shelton, Jon Whitfield, Polly Custis. Not pictured: Alex Rose. PI DELTA EPSILON Pi Delta Epsilon, national honorary iournalism fraternity, was organized on the U ot L campus in the spring ot i952 as Pi Delta, a local fraternity. R MYLE5 Secretary ,,,.., ...,,. C AROL SHARPE President ....... .,.,, O N Vice President .,,... ....,... J UDY SHELTON Treasurer ,,,,, ....... J ON WHITFIELD Mortarboard members pitch in for the Bookmobile drive. The first annual Deans' Dinner, sponsored by Mortar- board, Omicron Delta Kappa and Cwens, was held on December lO, 1953. Seated, left to right: Lindsay Almand, Dr. Huffman, D. A. E., one of J the honored guests, Nancy Gaines. Standing: Fred Burton, Tim Bornstein. S V, I,- . vy, E P . is " L... E TOM BOWLING A 8- S WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES ARNOLD GREVER JAMES CMOJOD HOLLOWE A 81 S A 81 S I S Ds S JONELLE JONES A 81 S CLARA JO SMITH NOEL LYKINS JOAN MOHLENKAMP Aas fy 1y1X5'.a,J - 0 '. W L 1 4 Z 1-I' 'r us? fr, D. 'Tit' f U jr ti tr Al ll I. JT' Q: if Q4 . C. fHf1QUA.i-ff? RW . I, V, S is AELYL. JUDY SHELTON Ages A8fS A8-S CAROL SHARPE A 81 S DAVE JONES Business School I ft rl it I .A,, 4 my it My r W . it I ' V I I WILLIAM C. MOORE, JR. ANDREW MOORE WILLIAM PENNY Denfal School Dental School Dental School ROBERT C. CARTER Law School ROBERT B. LINTON Law School Twenty-nine students from the University of Louis- ville were selected by joint committees of faculty and students to appear in the I954 edition of WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. Quali- fications considered were the student's excellence and sincerity in scholarship, his leadership and par- ticipation in extracurricular and academic activities, his citizenship and service to the school and his prom- ise of future usefulness to business and society. RICHARD M. TRAUTWEIN FRED BARLOW Law School Medical School f' i9'Q: S-'QA K cll ROBERT BELOW Music School JW' 1 2 A E 1 xl MILTON COMER JOHN JURIGE JQHN HUFF Meducal School Medical School Medigal Sghool FRED BURTON JOHN KNADLER Speed School Speed School as-lf' 7 ROBERT BOSSUNG Speed School CHARLES F. SANDERS Speed School A17'x' se fi? 7 X3 x l K 85 MR. DAVID A. McCANDLESS Director, Southern Police Institute SEVENTH CLASS, Southern Police Institute Graduated March 27, 1953 SOUTHERN POLICE INSTITUTE In February, 19-49, Dr. Joseph D. Lohman, Chairman of the Illinois Division of Correction, suggested to Mr. David A. McCandless the establishment of a school of police training at the University of Louis- ville. This suggestion was presented to University and city officials where it met with immediate approval. The City of Louisville, the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the General Education Board granted funds and the University supplied the physical facilities neces- sary for the establishment of the Institute. On January 3, 1951, the Southern Police Institute of the University of Louisville opened officially. The full-time staff consists ot a director, Mr. McCandless, an instructor and assistant director, Mr. Rolland Soule and a secretary-office manager, Miss Dorothy P. Clore. Three classes of selected student officers are graduated a year, the course of study being of twelve week duration. The curriculum includes courses in Admin- istration, Socio-Legal Problems of the South- ern Region, Human Behavior, Scientific Aids to Investigation, Commercialized Vice, Role of the Police in Civil Defense, Alcoholism and Public Speaking, as well as the usual police science courses. Each term, approxi- mately fifty visiting lecturers, chosen be- cause of their particular qualifications in fields of criminology and police science, are brought before the students. ill! EIGHTH CLASS, Southern Police Institute Graduated June 26, 1953 Students examine narcotics display. Mock crime scene investigation l 1i,A 5, ,,. Q xi t I,A . V. , .',, K Demonstration of the Reid Polygraph. Students and staff at coffee-hour in classroom. Officer receives promotion at commencement exercises. WH.. , ,.1,,,mg .. ,. . ,.,.. .... ,a.,.,,y,..5...,- - ,, ,,. ..,, ,.,,V , .,..... ,. Q .,,,,. ws., ,... hm. ,- CAPTAIN EDWARD R. I-IANNON 88 LCDR GEORGE O. ATKINSON ARTS and SCIENCES COMPANY NAVAL RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS One hundred and sixty-six men, selected on the basis of mental aptitude and physical condition, make up the NROTC this year. From Capt. E. R. Hannon and the staff, these Mid- shipmen receive training in preparation for their commis- sioning as Ensigns in the Navy or as Second Lieutenants in the Marine Corps. This year, twenty-six men will have com- pleted the course of study and will graduate as officers, seventeen from Arts and Sciences and nine from Speed. Their studies of Naval Science have included much theoreti- cal and practical work, an important part of which has been the summer cruises. Regular students in the program re- ceive free tuition fees, textbooks and an annual retainer pay of 5600. In addition to the Commanding Officer and PNS8tT, Cap- tain Edward R. Hannon, the staff includes: LCDR G. O. Atkinson, Jr., Executive Officer, Lieutenants H. F. Kane, A. J. Mashaw, F. A. Graham, LTJG A. L. Moberly and Major J. B. Heater, associate professors of Naval Science and War- rant Officer H. D. Beach. SPEED COMPANY A 40. xx I 3 ,- NROTC COLOR GUARD COMMISSIONED OFFICERS-Left 10 right: Maior J. B. Heater, Lieutenants A. J. Mashaw, F. A. Graham, H. F. Kane, LTJG A. L. Moberly. PETTY OFFICERS-Left to right: Raymond E. Lee, GM-I James R. Wachutka, SK-1, Martin N. Southern, FT-1 Chares R. Keene, ET-3, Joel Meadows, QMC, MfSgl Lamar D. Dinkins, William J. Spraggins, YNA1. 89 ,f ,, . N.. , :T ,.:K6:f4 ' ...LVM zz an ILA. ,. UniversiTy of Louisville NROTC members underwenT amphibious warfare Training aT The U. S. Naval Amphibious Base, LiTTle Creek, Norfolk, Virginia, as parT of Their summer Training in 1953. Known as NARMlD '54, a conTracTion of Naval Reserve Midshipmen, The Training exercise involved more Than eighT hundred iuniors from TwenTy-six of The naTion's ToremosT colleges and universiTies. They underwem' classroom insTrucTion and pracTical work, ashore and aTloaT, designed To acquainT Them wiTh The TundamenTals of amphibious warfare. FirsT row, left To righT: RoberT Tripp, Gerald Finley, John LeighTon, D. H. Thompson, RoberT Baker, Larry Goodwin, Jerry Dick, Jack Henry. Second row: Larry Potts, Todd RiTTer, Robert Vaughan, Dave Robinson, James Reed, Marvin KaTzman, George Brockman. Third row: Delbert Brown, Malcolm Erich, Hugh PoTTer, Joe Myers, Michael Miller, Joseph Meiners, James Boswell. My ' .gl if :.,,..i1:r R, I ' ' . "T ,f'i:1fgvE9: . ' . . 'I TWIY:-. , Q, ,..,.,:,,f,,?s Q4.,, . , ' LB H Q 5 V1 U. Q J . V v uv.- 55.333 '.15,13.f-' 5 fr ' Y' 1 T ..,. . ,N .fi we . T- ..i::f1'1s, . 512525 - f'E'. ..l1:GI'i 3.32 57. iw- 5 A quiet moment EAGLE AND ANCHOR SOCIETY The Eagle and Anchor Society is composed of all the students enrolled in the NROTC program at the University. lt was organized in l9-48 to promote the professional and social activities ot the Navy students. The Eagle and Anchor Society publishes the weekly newspaper, THE MASTHEAD. It also en- gages in all-campus activities such as intramural sports and Homecoming. In addition to these proiects the society sponsors a vigorous social program, a high point of which was the open dance in the tall with music by Ray Anthony. President ............ Vice President ........ Secretary .,....,...... Treasurer .......,..... Social Chairman ..... Athletic Chairman OFFICERS K ITT COX LARRY STARR NATHAN SMITH .....,. NOEL LYKINS TODD RITTER BUTCH STEPHENS is always nice . . .ata party. AIR FORCE RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS AFROTC OFFICERS-Col. I. B. Anderson, seated. Standing, left to right: Capt. F. L. Graham, Mai. D. S. Lindquist, Mai. A. J. Walton, 'lst Lieut. A. W. Sroka. NON COMMISSIONED OFFICERS I.eff to rlghl Mfsgf stock MfSgt F G Boungiorne MfSgt C P Powell Since its formation in 1949, the Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps has grown to be an integral part of the campus life here at U of L. Under the leadership of Col. I. B. Anderson, the Corps has grown to its present high status. To the three hundred students now enrolled in the program, the Air Force ROTC offers, in addition to its regular courses in the Air Sciences, a wide variety of activities calculated to have some appeal for every member of the Corps. The AF- ROTC sponsors a Drum and Bugle Corps, the unit news- paper, STATIC, the rifle teams, a drill team, the Corps of Sponsors, the Arnold Air Society and the newly-formed Men's Glee Club. Each year the Corps's social committee, in collaboration with the Arnold Air Society, supervises the annual Military Ball, a "Pop Dance" and several other parties. I xl' X-Xl k f l X y l M ,Z 'iii' N.- - - ' : . o , . H. G. Ralston, Mfsgf. J. W. Frantz, sfsgf. K. A. waei- v:-I Lt' , . . . ' , . . . . iff: 92 MISS SUE ELLEN BROADUS Air Force Queen STATIC STAFF Air Force Newspaper COLOR GUARD AIR FORCE 'GLEE CLUB I' " " V' ' , E A ' luslffi. , ,,v-fg'-gb.: ,, ,V up-1' A r ' - f"" 3' 'fff'-fw1:,f2,iff1 I F, " . I L: ,QQ-, 1 5.4, --'- 55 I -Vg, . .qw . ' , :Q ' vw ff' , V Hag., j'?,:j,f' H1 211 M3 -5555 ff . .zgj zv I.5,3l4,.,w.:: , AFROTC FOOTBALL TEAM AIR FORCE DRUM and BUGLE CORPS NATIONAL AFROTC RIFLE MATCH AWARD AIR FORCE RIFLE TEAM 93 ,N FRESHMAN AIR FORCE SPONSORS-Left to right: Lois Bewley, D. D. Desanto. y I AIR - SOPHOMORE AIR FORCE SPONSORS-First row, left to right: Betty Custis, Hilda Gay Mayberry, Ann Currin. Second row: Joan Burke, Barbara Knadler, Estell Herzog. Third row: Nancy Brown, Pat Taylor, June Morris. The Air Force Sponsors' Corps was formed in the fall of i952 in oroler to promote interest in The Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps on the University of Louis- ville campus. JUNIOR AIR FORCE SPONSORS-First row, left to right: Delwin Kellerman, Helen Mohlenkamp, Bebe Bailey. Second row: Emily Rucker, Sue Ellen Broadus. SENIOR AIR FORCE SPONSORS-Left to right: Polly Custis, Myrna Montgomery, Nadyne Ryle Baker. 94 First row, left to right: Cleo P. McWilliams, Fred Burton, Jr., Lawrence Dauenhauer, John Knadler, Robert Yunk. Second row: William Dohrman, LeeRoy l-lausman, Horace Mann, Fred Garrett, Kenneth Schuppert. Third row: Fred H. Smith, Gerald Hollins, Frank E. Weber, Richard Stone. ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY Open to outstanding iuniors and seniors, the Arnold Air Society is the AFROTC's honor organization. Its purpose is to maintain an ESPRIT DE CORPS, to provide further leadership training for its members and to advance the military prepared- ness ot the nation. The Society helps in planning and executing all AFROTC social functions. This year, several members went to the national Arnold Air Society Conclave in Omaha. OFFICERS Commanding Officer ....... ................................ J OHN M. KNADLER Executive Officer ....... ...... L ARRY DAUENHAUER Operations Officer ..,......,.... .................... B OB YUNK Adjutant Recorder ....,..........,.. ........... F RED BURTON Public information Officer .,...,. ,.....,... J OHN MclNTYRE Advisor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....., ...,........... ...... M A JOR LINDQUIST ff f Ally' , A if "!l"iaEf'x -ii , ga - " , 1:1 A ' J -rv ' 1 I, -'Tj ij I 1' I jg, -jp if-5 jx . X 4 ELQ ? 11?fqgffXx 'ZX' if 12.13-5" 3 sf W GREEKS Q ?7 B QB ! av X .J X H MG OM! w IA 'X P5 MJ' 1 ,, xx 5 5, , 4 lx C' l INNE X rob , 'YHUTTL V 'qxl fy sg fl x f , CHI OMEGA First row, left to right: Donna Clutinger, Martha Cabell. Second row: Edwina Dulworth, Ann Hart, Mickey Minsterl, seatedg Bonnie Schultz, Oneida Carden. Third row: Connie Darms, Corkie Kirkham, Polly Custis, Ann Glass, Betty Smither, Gerry Yurick. Fourth row: Delwin Kellerman, Martha Burns, Lindsay Almand, Irene Glass, Nancy Brown, Sally Love OFFICERS President ,,,,,,,a,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.,... ...., M l CKEY MlN5'l'ERl. Vice President ...., . ............... ANN GLASS Secrefary ,,,,,,,,,,, ...,,,,..... C ONNIE DARMS Treasurer ........ ...... .l ANE ANN DUDGEON ,, , Y ,e r y U MICKEY MINSTERL 1 President -I '-" l f lvwgi.-I Chi Omega was founded April 5, 1895 at the University of Arkansas, Fayette- ville, Arkansas. Beta Gamma, one of one hundred and fifteen chapters, was es- tablished at the University of Louisville in l929. 98 First row, left to right: Jane Ann Dudgeon, Betty Custis. Second row: Marilyn Camp, Margie Williams, Betty Wilson, seated, Penny Benner, Estelle Herzog. Third row: Pat Kiefer, Marilyn Moore, Louise Sherman, Ruth Dunn, Sharkey Utley, Libby Bridgewater. Fourth row: Sandy Gaston, Virginia Pickett, Elaine Prinz. Not pictured: Barbara Knadler, Cynthia Robinson. CHI OMEGA The house . . Dr. Webster advises his Chi O's. Dancing inthe chapter room... ,K . KAPPA DELTA First row, left to right: JoAn Scharfenberger, Shirley Kimmel. Second row: Charlene Riehlman, D. D. Desanto, Barbara Hoffman, Barbara Coates, Joan Burke, Bettye Bogart, Peggy Heldman. Third row: Joel Bader, Carolyn Corley, Mary Jo Van Hoose, Mary Ann Jaeger, Toni Desmond, Valeria Stopinski. Fourth row: Carol Bromley, Virginia Meredith, Wesley Melton, Dorothy Wierwille. JUDY SHELTON President President ........ Vice President Secretary .,....... Treasurer F .r iffy rf? 5' f :ff 5,55 rt., ., 1, i: W X A fgggfi 1267 it OFFICERS ,mai 'N :lf if i' .3 V I ', 4 '1 fa 4 Vi Q 52 'fa Q Kappa Delta was founded October 23, 1897, at State Female Normal School, Farmville, Virginia. Alpha Xi, one of eighty-two chapters, was established at the University of Louisville in 1928. IOO M J UDY SHELTON SANDRA THOMPSON MARY HAWKINS BOB KEISTER First row, left to right: Kay Connolly, Frances Campisano. Second row: Nancy Elder, Hilda Gay Mayberry, Judy Shelton, seated, Mary Jane Sandfort, Barbara Roederer. Third row: Kay Smith, Mary Hawkins, Charlene Wilson, Jane Kleier, Peggy Parsons, Sandra Thompson. Fourth row: Beth Keister,aJoan Laurie, Wilma Knight, Mildred Carter, Cynthia lnnis. KAPPA DELTA K D's open house . . . Exams? Peggy- convo usher Pl BETA M PHI First row, left to right: Jackie Emch, Sally Schlundt, Carolyn Krause, Sally Driscoll. Second row: Bretta Hanner, Betty Bassett, Barbara Evans, Ruth Southwick, Margot Beard. Third row: Pat Hinsdale, Betty Miles, Paula Wolfford, Anne Sherman, Liz Mayo. OFFICERS President .......... .,.....,.......,...........,...,. C AROLYN KRAUSE Vice President ..... ........... J ACKIE EMCH Secretary ...,,. ,..... S ALLY SCHLUNDT Treasurer ,,,,,,. .... B RETTA HANNER CAROLYN KRAUSE i' President 5. rs., , Pi Beta Phi was founded April 28, l867, at Monmouth, Illinois. Kentucky Alpha, one of ninety-nine chapters, was established at the University of Louisville in l925. lO2 First row, left to right: Sandy Long, Ruth Dentinger, Sue McGee, Jeannine Ray. Second row: Joan Evetts, Liz Hanner, Nancy Carnigham, Margaret Fife, Martha Mohr. Third row: Anne Shulhafer, Sue Ellen Broadus, Sylvia Zweifel, Liz Keller, Lois Bewley. Pl BETA PHI Hard at work lt's full inside! Cheerleaders- Past and present I Sl KAPPA JOAN Z fi 5 . :5 51 GMA First row, left to right: Patsy Boone, Suzie Hamberry, Barbara Duerr, Joan Mohlenli Norma Applegate. V Second row: Mary Evelyn O'Brien, Lynn Hudson, Carolyn Hubbuch, Shirley Burrow, Warren. Third row: Missy McKim, Betty Joule, Jean Head, Frannie Bush, Edith Schickli, Jackie Sil OFFICERS President ....,........ .,,..........,..,.......... J OAN MOHLE Vice President ......,. ........,... B ARBARA Secretary ,,.,,,,,,,.,. .,,.. B ETTY LEE Al , Treasurer ,..... ..... H ELEN MOHLE L: f' ' MOHLENKAMP ' 9' 2 a fS2,3? . r C, . President Q -, - f. E ek 2' 75.8 f' -SY , E: Q i , fix if 22 p f' fs?-ffii "Z gk .W ' g' af ., , ..,.. . 539, A Wmif Sigma Kappa was founded November 9, 1874, at Colby College, Waterville, Maine. Alpha Theta , one of sixty-two chapters, was established at the University of Louis- ville in 1922. l04 ff To right: Betty Lee Ashbury, Ann Ade, Glenda Papon, Shirley Rose, Pat Dixon, Mary Pat McDevitt. Eleanor McFarland, Caroline Gaines, Mary Ellen Adams, Nancy Romans, Pat Hargadon, Ann irbara Buskirk, Nancy Berning, Sally Yanfz, Donna Beere, Betty Glass, Helen Mohlenkamp. nwd! vvhzff' SIGMA KAPPA Relaxing ai noon . . . A new way in! Seated: Shirley Shelton. Clockwise: Douglas Sleadd, Nancy Cope, Shirley Crouch, Ann Woolley, Elizabeth Newton, Beverly Elder, Betty Wicker. Not pictured: Lois Mabrey, Georgia Duchscherer, Jo Anne Rennison, Rogna Wagoner, Kay Taliaferro. SHIRLEY SHELTON President Q54 ' OFFICERS President .,....,,.... ............................ S HIRLEY SHELTON Vice President ....... ...... D OUGLAS SLEADD Secretary .......... .............. L OIS MABREY Treasurer ,..... ....., E LIZABETH NEWTON Q " .eff ' 4 Q, ,I it A E 1 If K .L . I Zeta Tau Alpha was founded October 15, 1898, at Virginia State Normal College, Farmville, Virginia. Beta Lambda, one of ninety-six chapters, was established at the University of Louisville in l927. IO6 ZETA TAU ALPHA The house Le1's ea? A waifing line 1 ZETA TAU ALPHA 4 AY' xc v..V if 6 3, .. ook 19' N . s ' Nc - ..5",'x XX . 'XXV A f',.. Q NX DELTA SIGMA TH ETA 1' 1 y U if ln- 'Y Q . e ' 1 , ' 5 5 ,., we 34 f Left to right: Genevieve Moss, Carolyn Thompson, Anita Taylor, Delores Williams, Patricia Pearson Barbara Roach, Constance Comer. Not pictured: Delores Gordon, Lillian Matthews, Carolyn Cates, Betty McDonald. OFFICERS President ..cs,,,,..cc. .... C AROLYN THOMPSON Secretary ...,-. ..... G ENEVIEVE MOSS vice President ,,,.,,. ,..,. L ILUAN MATTHEWS Treasurer ...... A. ..,. ANITA TAYLOR I08 Greek Life includes . . . . . . parties. . . dances. . . Work. 44, H 1 DE LTA Z ETA 1 3 , ,,Z: kv if wg: WK ff. ff :lrfkffff ,Q if . sr. li "L is - 4 fi M' 5 3, Y in' uf 5 -2 ,ure F V L ?,'.',.'t".,: 3 i .- is Q First row, left To right: lna Marie Wittig, Marguerite Stevens, Virginia Myers, Temple Hill, Carol Sharpe. Second row: Leah Galanter, Helen Baker, .lo Ann Boerner, Shirley McMahan, Joy Williams, Joyce Smith, Pat Sturgill. Third row: Doris Lurding, Martha Renfrew, Tinker Everhart, Barbara Greenwell, Martha Breland, Bebe Bailey, Sharon Meyer. OFFICERS President ,,-,,,,,,,,,,,, ...,.. M ARTHA RENFROW Vice President ..,... ........ L EAH GALANTER Secrefary ,,,,.,,,, .,.,. M ARTHA BRELAND Treasurer ,,-.,. .,...,..,... T EMPLE l'lll.l. Looks good! Just gabbing . l T 2 i N u . MARTHA RENFROW President Delta Zeta was founded Octo- ber 24, l902, at Miami Univer- sity, Oxford, Ohio. Beta Gamma, one of seventy-five chapters, was established at the University of Louisville in 1928. lO9 CARDINALETTES First row,,lef1 to right: Betty King, Nellie Patterson, Peggy Schmidt. Second row: Margaret Ryan, Shirley Kallbrier, Joan Jarett, Sheran Horn. Third row: Pat Wheeler, Jean Jarett, Mary Grant, Ann Cates, Jo Ann Hanks. OFFICERS President ................ Vice President Secretary ......... NELLIE PATTERSON BETTY Kl NG PAT WHEELER NELLIE PATTERSON President The Cardinalettes, a local social group, was founded at the Uni- versity of Louisville in 1934. ll0 Talking it over Treasurer ...... It fr? 3 ,H '-L J' n ,. . and rehashing! ' W JEAN JARETT INDEPENDENT WOMEN GOLDIE RAMSEY President The Independent Student Asso- ciation! was founded in l939. The Independent Women, one of one hundred and forty-three chapters, was established at the University of Louisville in 1942. DELTA UPSILON First row, left to right: Charles Yates, Jack Helclenbrand, Paul Brooks, Jack Beverly, Larry Spitzer. Second row: Don Riley, Jack Harrison, Jim Boone, Jerry Kuntz. Third row: Walt Hamilton, Dick Peege, Rich Mazzoli, Jack O'Leary. Fourth row: Frank Otte, Bob Solgere, Cliff York, Chuck Noble, Lou Smither. l NORWOOD FORD President President , ......,...., Vice President Secretary . ,,..,..... . Treasurer ...... ,egg "re-- 'O - wr . X In K t L 2 PE, 1, W vi 'l 52 'R G f 55 l Jim!- Delta Upsilon was founded at Williams College in 1834. Louisville Chapter, one of seventy-one, was established at the University of Louisville in 1949. ll2 OFFICERS W ..., . XM NORWOOD FORD JERRY FINLEY DOUG ABRAMS JIM LOGSDON First row, left to right: Jim Logsdon, Don Baker, Norwood Ford, Danny Ulmer, Ed Hannon. Second row: Hugh Horrell, Don Shouse, Jerry Finley, Jimmy Duggins, Lawrence Zender, Dave Hodge. Third row: Bob Yunk, Bob Maddox, Doug Abrams, Don France, Marvin Katzman. Fourth row: Joe Parrish, Bob Miller, Milan Beasley, .lim Burton, Horace Mann. Not pictured: Chet Beam, Otto Knop. ...im--:..-1.-D: a,.',,,-.,....z-.. . .. .,-.. . Carolyn, first Sweetheart of D. U. DELTA UPSILON The night before . Welcom brother . ww- fit' A ef ll3 First row, left to right: Frank Reinecke, David Pottinger, Forrest Johnson, Bill Anderson, Bill Handley, .lack Jacobs. Second row: Stewart Rutledge, Ken Barnes, Selwyn White, Ronald Reinhardt, Clyde King, Dick Gray. Third row: Reuel Hamilton, John Yunker, Dom Horstman, Jim Hannon, Bill Beverly, Fred Smith.' Fourth row: Evans Wilhoyte, Bill Kantlehner, Bill Powell, Peter Campbell, Fred Garrett. I. JOHN YUNKER First .... , Second Third ., Fourth I . iw , Z., . . ,lf- fff 'L -s f . 'pw f. '-,':f'1". ' Q, fl ' ' gf Kappa Alpha Order was founded on December 21, I865 at Washington and Lee University. Beta Omicron Chapter, one of seventy-five, was established at the University of Louisville in I92I. I I4 OFFICERS KAP PA ALPHA Cx JOHN YUNKER FRED GARRETT HATCHER SMITH WILLIAM HANDLEY ShorT breakfor a card game! BLANCHE WARE K ppa Alpha "Rose" Relaxa1ion befvveen classes. KAPPA ALPHA LAM B DA CHI ALPHA First row, left to right: John Devine, Junie Guthrie, Paul Coates, John Kracha. Second row: John Nieman, Bill Juckett, Joe Meiners, Tom Bowling, Harold Hincks. Third row: John Volkerding, Bill Whitaker, Harold G. Hotopp, Jack Wakely, Bill Hagan, Art O'Meara. Fourth row: Jim Rapier, Jim Kohl, John Barnard, Gordon-West, John Stone, Bob Barbour, Fred Anthony. Vice President Treasurer .. Ritualist ...,... i ii 'A Y K if Q' M Y. L BOB KING President Qi if, ltr, ins fi? 1., Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity was founded at 22 Joy Street, Boston, Massa- chusetts. The Zeta Sigma Zeta Chapter is one of one hundred and thirty-eight and was established at the University ot Louisville on April 3, l948. llb President ........,,., Secretary ..,..... rf? OFFlCEl2S .ii V' fi K 'A fi 44,5-nn., BOB KING DAVE JONES BILL JUCKETT JOHN VOLKERDING GORDON WEST First row, left to right: Don Winner, Horace Harding, Curt Herbert, Harry Thompson. Second row: Bob King, Vince Anderson, Gil Montgomery, Bill Dohrman, Bernie Sams. Third row: John Heitmeyer, Ray Glass, Dave Jones, Fred Paige, Ozzie Rubey. Four1h row: Eddie Symonds, Bill Quiggins, Stu Cobb, John Kellan, Coleman Groves, Dick Lorenz. LAMB DA C HI ALPHA JOYCE ANN MARRILLIA Lambda Chi "Sweetheart" We .1' Dinner at The house. Ouch! iT hurts! Q. K- ,IH PHI KAPPA TAU First row, left to right: Sam Marrs, Kenny Daniels, Jim Reed, Mike Stewart, Dave Higgins, Sonny Crabb, Ted Trautwein, Louie Whipple, Tom Lee. Second row: Duke Heleringer, John Alvey, Miles Kozubik, Bill Breed. Third row: Gene Jaggers, Jack Meade, Jim Green, Dick Stone, Larry Potts, Ernie Sigrist. Fourth row: Charley Smith, Neville Caudill, John Hoar, Creel Brown, Bill Gibson, T, Lee Adams, Don Millure, Bob Tripp, Bob Hewitt. Fifth row: Jim Eimer, Bert Edwards, Dale Smith, Ron Maegel, Leo Halbleib, Jim Boswell, Bob Wagner. BOB BOSSUNG President President . Vice President Secretary ,, Treasurer ., Sergeant-ar-Arms by it I my 31 7' L.fIQl?3i'l Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity was founded March l7, T906 at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Beta Beta Chapter, one ot seventy-tive, was established at the University ot Louisville on March 30, 1947. lI8 .1 OFFICERS BOB BOSSUNG JACK FISHER KENNY ARNOLD JIM KNOOP . LARRY POTTS Firsf row, left to right: Jerry Harrell, Dick Dowdell, Jerry Phelps, Bill Cole, Jack Fisher, Bob Bossung, Kenny Arnold, Bob George. Second row: Frank Brinegar, Dick Akins, Bob Carter, Dave Robinson, Bill McCord. Third row: Fred Burton, Dave Baird, Bill Kopp, Carl Weller, Bill Adcock, Paul Fleifz. Fourth row: Kenny Anderson, Earl O'Bannon, Frank Auvvater, Bob Wright, Bill Griffin, Roger Deuschle. Fifrh row: Bill Green, George McAleese, Louie Bauer, Gordon West, Gary Westermann, Louie Armstrong. PHI KAP PA TAU X .Q I MARGARET HAMILTON Phi Tau "Dream Girl" Daily exercise! Kid's stuff! r 1 Ais.,,f Pl KAPPA PHI First row, left to right: George McDonald, Warren Robb, Jack Preis, Leighton Crutcher, Dick Siebel. Second row: Ecl Barrall, Spencer Harper, Pat Franklin, Gene Miller, Gail Elliott. Third row: Bill Horine, Ed Webber, Dick Weston, Jim Hyman, Bill Weber. OFFICERS V Archon ,. ,,.. ,. Secretary ,...,.v Treasurer .... Warden Q. M., xt tl H1g,',fQ2' 'ff S4 ' i I M A lk yft if' X' if -1 TONY CRAVER Wg? 51 Archon ' H I ' Qi kd i, Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity was founded December lO, i904 at the College ot Charlestown, Charlestown, South Carolina. Beta Gamma Chapter, one ot titty, was established at the University ot Louisville in 1949. I20 TONY CRAVER ANDY OFFUTT ARNIE GREVER DAVE STRUBEL First row, left To right: Bill Gorges, Andy Offutt, Tony Craver, Arnie Grever, Walt Hancock. Second row: Joe Welch, Dick Guenther, Ralph Woofon, Dave Sirubel, Theodore Johnson. Third row: Bruce Riley, Ted Sanders, Bill Jenks, Larry Powell, Jim Malley, Doug Abney. Pl KAPPA PHI ll V PEGGY FUSNER Pi Kappa Phi "Rose Queen" Piano Roll Blues" Watch the birdie! 1. '- hm' nv- - ,I L l First row, left to right: George Morris, Ron Molloy, Otto Reynolds, Irvin Metz. Second row: Doug Bell, Roger Madden, Ed Begley, Don Barton. Third row: Ron Myles, Bob Beliles, George Brockman, Dave Archer. Fourth row: Gerald McCord, Richard Beliles, John Stouder, Herb Crase. BOB BELILES President President Vice President ,,,, Secretary .,.. , Treasurer ,,,,.,...... Sergeant-at-Arms ,,., fix ,W x .. " ' az-I I- Mxniffj Y, g-..,,-V In 55 ' X TAU OFFICERS P 3 3 -. bill, ,:'l 4 "Flit e X 'Y ' Ili ,-x,. His, Sf Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity was founded on January IO, I899 at Illinois Wesleyan University, Champaign, Illinois. Alpha Chi Chapter, one of ninety-tive, was established at the University of Louisville on September I2, I9-412. I22 KAPPA EPSILON BOB BELILES JACK LEIGHTON , ,,., .,.. R ON MYLES JOHN STOUDER DAVE HALL Enioyable cl'1aT aT The house. L ALICE JOPLIN ALLEN TKE Sweetheart Exams coming u TAU KAPPA EPSILON TH ETA TAU First row, left to right: Bob Hoertz, Karl Schwalbe, Bill Elder, Charles Sanders, Alan Gold. Second row: Bill Jarett, John Knadler, Harry Snowball, Harold Wahking, Wendell Ross, Third row: Plummer Smither, Del Brown, .lack Roth, Carol Strey. Fourth row: Richey Pfelter, Harold Mitchell. Gerald Hollins, Elclred Cart, JOHN MCINTYRE Regent Regent Vice Regent Scribe . . . Treasurer ,, f L, if A' N 'i 3, at it Il r jf' aff Theta Tau Fraternity was founded in i904 and the Delta Beta Chapter was established at the University of Louisville in l939. I24 ' OFFICERS JOHN MCINTYRE CHARLES SANDERS WILLIAM ELDER . . ALAN GOLD Firsj row, left To right: Ted Schuler, Warren Johnson, John Mclntyre, Lee Hausman, Bob Bradley. Second row: Marty Grimm, Al Bradley, Don Borders, Fred Olsson. Third row: Jack Kiper, Tom Piisenberger, Francis Huch, Bill Cooper. Fourth row: Don Ellioit, Bill Ross, Charles Kastensmidf, Richard Eberhard. TH ETA TAU The house. s-G 1 .--. i' ii GINNI PICKETT Aim carefully! Theta Tau "Sweetheart" l25 Center Shirly Boblirf. First row lefT To right: Jim Grogan, Dick Branson, Ben Martin, Perry Noe, Bob Vaughan. Second row Ray DerMotT, Charlie Isgrigg, Ed Rueve, Tom Spurrier, Ronnie Barnes. Third row John Colby, Donald Thompson, Nolan Kirk, Gordon Conley, Jim Winnenberg. Fourth row Gram Payne, Don Baldwin, Chick Robinson. A RAY DerMOTT President Triangle FraTerni'ry was founded in 1907. The chapter at The University ville was esrablished in 1941. Presidem' ,.,,,....., Vice President . Secrefary ....,,.,,. . Treasurer ,..,.....,.. Sergeant-ar-Arms "I J Q "f 1 Ir. .Tiki Q,f'.,k, . 6 I . Q2 . ff , 'Ji 'X- 'mf of Louis- OFFICERS TRIANGLE RAY DerMOTT JIM GROGAN PERRY NOE BEN MARTIN TOM CLISHEM JOY W-ILLIAMS Triangle "Sweetheart" CaTching up on The latest news from speed school. ii K. X L TRIANGLE , JW- 1 ex, e f V--, 9 E SKHWA ALPHA PWU First row, lett to right: Raymond Haskell, David Kahn, Donald Katz, Norman Liebschutz. Second row: Henry Hirsch, Ivan O'Koon, Armond Goldstein, Howard Rosenblatt. Third row: Irving Small, Hary Fox, Arnold Kahn, Bob Kramer, Charles Wabner. BOB KRAMER Pryor Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity was founded at City College of New York on November i9, i909. Mu Delta Chapter, one ot fifty- two, was established at the Uni- versity of Louisville in 1945. l28 OFFICERS Pryor .,,.... ,,,, A .,.........., ,t,....,.,,, B O B KRAMER Recorder ., .,,,....., MARC GOl.DSMlTH Exchequer ....,,, NORMAN LIEBSCHUTZ 1- 27' , :I The house. ,J , , F ': I at ,E ff ..,.f f psy. , ,, '-I -- Deeply engrossed! l N2 .A f " ,i P X First row, left to right: James We-stbay, William Stallings, Ronald Reinhardt, Hal Dinwiddie, Jim Francis, Paul Williams. Second row: Scherrill Russman, Carl Sparks, Robert Wathen, Ralph Cooper, Robert Linton, Noel Lykins, Joe Parrish, Harold Rodman. OFFICERS President ......,, ..Y....Y.--.,fV,-------ff Vice President Secretary ....,,.. Treasurer ,,,. CARL SPARKS ROBERT LINTON HAL DINWIDDIE RONALD REINHARDT ,"'f1 ALPHA PHI OMEGA . P v ,LW CARL SPARKS President IZ9 First row, left to right: Paul Williams, Neville Tucker, Ellis Perry, Willie Fleming, William Hannibal. Second row: Clark Grain, Gardiner Dixon, Leslie Talbott, William Hansford, Anath Dixon, Aldred Calloway. TAU EPSILON PHI ik' U. : , President IRWIN WEINBERGER Vice President PH IL HOWARD Secretary GERALD KLEIN Treasurer GERARD GOLD Sergeant-at-Arms JERRY GOLDSTEIN I30 ALPHA PHI ALPHA President CLARK GRAIN Vice President WILLIAM FLEMIN Secretary ALDRED CALLOWAY Treasurer NEVILLE TUCKER Dean of Pledges NEVILLE TUCKER First row, left to right: Gerald Applebaurn, Keith Block, Bob Turndorf, Phil Howard, Marvin Freidman Second row: Jerry Gold, David Kleinman, Jerry Klein, Irwin Weinberger, Hank Sonenshein, Marvin Yussman. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL First row, left to right: Joan Mohlenkamp, Martha Renfrow, Secretary, Leah Galanter, Judy Shelton, President. Second row: Shirley Shelton, Libby Bridgwater, Mickey Minsterl, Jonelle Jones. Third row: Betty Bassett, Carolyn Krause, Peggy Heldman. Left to right: Bob Bossung, Bob Beliles, John Mclntyre, Tony Craver, Norwood Ford, Not pictured: John Yunker, President, Bob King, Ray DerMott, Bob Kramer, Clark Grain, Irwin Weinberger. -. ,K . -s -Q "4',,-A vi INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL l3I Xx XX xx bk M' we ff fx l nil ix-' Yufv . + Db 74-I V, V, 4,':- .. f , I t I A xx X .. l Q 1 .. ' A - .:' -s-...-f- 'sb ,-Q: , ,K-w l32 SPORTS Qi Q1 47 fra xx 1 P Cl. FOOTBALL The de-emphasized Universify of Louisville fooTloall Team of 1953, made up mosTly of freshmen and a few reTurning leTTermen, played one of The Toughesf schedules in The school's hisTory. IT included such Teams as nafionally ranked Tennessee and CincinnaTi and The fuTure powerhouses of Florida e6TaTe and ChaTTanooga. The record book reads nine defeaTs and only one win, buf This does noT Tell The compleTe sTory, for some of These games could easily have gone eiTher way and in many cases iT was a lack of experience and reserve power ThaT cosT The Cardinals a game. The swiTch from Two plafoon To sixTy-minuTe fooTball, plus some iniuries aT criTical Times kepT The Team always aT a low poTenTial since The leTTermen, along wiTh The freshmen, were shorT on experience in playing looTh offense and defense. YeT, led by l nl i I A ug FOOTBALL The superb passing and pass defense of John UniTas CMr. FooTballD, and The fine line play of such sTalwarTs as Dick Kovanda, Jim Hollovvell, Bob Lichvar and Bob Bender, The Cardinals never seemed To give up Trying To geT back in The win column. Along WiTh UniTas in The backfield were Mike McDonald, a mighTy miTe, The Cardinals' lead- ing ground gainer, Jerry Wibbles, and hard driving Hugh Kriever. The end posiTions were held down by Ken Daniels and Clarence SmiTh. The excellenT defensive work of The line in many of The games may be aTTribuTed parTly To some fine freshman pros- pecTs, John Noon and Frank OTTe, who sTarTed The season as subsTiTuTes buT Through hard work and deTerminaTion soon became parT of The firsT Team. WiTh a maioriTy of These leTTermen reTurning and a more suiTable schedule including many of The sTaTe Teams, Louisville's fooTball picTure looks much brighTer for '54, N-W' ,In ,,,.. , s W . Tliwx-4-L ,- -'-."- -Q-.dylz Vi' Q 3.1 i .Ji fl 2 T 5, S X af.: ' spew - swiss ,,. , A Qaiifg . . -E FARMER-E PHILLIPS-E OLMSTEAD-E iTember 26 n Their home opener againsT y, and bowed To Them 15-7. The second period as They The 24 yard line. The Touch- :ay UniTas from The one yard fer, for The Soldiers found a and added Two Touchdowns T final score read 15-7. z running of Mike McDonald nad Too much Talenf for The MURRAY . . . Murray, KenTucky, Sepfember T9 The Louisville Cardinals opened The T953 season wiTh a Team vicTory over The Thoroughbreds of Murray STaTe Teachers' College. The Cardinals, direcTed by Their fine quarTerback, John UniTas, wasTed IiTTle Time in rolling To Their first Touchdown as halfback Ted Kessinger scored from The four yard line. The Touchdown was The resulf of a 57-yard run by freshman Mike McDonald. BUT Murray came bounding righT back To score a Touchdown and To kick The exTra poinT, which made The halfTime score 7-6, Murray. The Third period was all Louisville's as The Cards racked up Two Touchdowns and one exTra poinT To lead 19-7. The running of Kessinger and The passing of UniTas were ouTsTanding, along wiTh some Tine pass caTching by ends, Clarence SmiTh and Jim Daniels. Early in The fourTh quarTer, Murray scored for The second Time on a susTained drive of 89 yards, which proved To be The final Tally of The game, leaving The Cards on Top by a margin of 19314. '-E BENDER-T BLANKENSHIP-T FIRKINS-T FULTS-T kovAN DA-T LIVELY-T KELLAM-T o'LEA RY-T FLORIDA STATE . . . Tallahassee, Florida, October 3 The Cardinals traveled south with high hopes of climbing back into the win column, but they were greatly surprised by a power- ful Florida State team, which took revenge for the 41-14 drubbing dealt them last year by the Cards. The Cardinals made a bad beginning when John Unitas was hurt early in the game and they never seemed to recover from the loss. Even though the score was 40-O at halftime, the Seminoles did not let up. They scored three more times, making a total of nine touchdowns with the final score reading 59-O. Again, the leading Cardinal ground gain was made by Mike Mc- Donald, who gained 57 yards in eleven attempts. BETHEA-G Q, 4 'l 'i 5: I luliflf' L Y A .RDA 'w V - , fs?-'W .. , XAVIER . . . Louisville, October lO The second of Louisville's three home games turned out to be quite a thriller even though the Cardinals were defeated by the Muskies l9-13. The press had rated the Cards a three to four touchdown underdog, but, through fight and determination, they gained a moral victory in losing by only one T.D. They won the hearts of the home crowd many times with their aggressiveness and "that will to win" spirit. Louisville's two guards, Jim Hollowell and Bob Lichvar, were out- standing for their fine blocking and tackling. Unites brought the crowd to its feet with a punt return of 35 yards for a touchdown. Late in the game, two freshmen, Jerry Wibbles and Don Boyd, sparked a drive for Louisville's final score. Dussimo-o HOLLOWELL-G JAGGERS-G LlCHVARiG '-3 -' L vrvi T fl'-v. if VQHF., , K fre f J f x5a--'- .- , 'Q 32:1 1 .V V, - if , 307- -nw z .A . x I-:ref . m- ' 1 Zi: 4 -txtfikswggi -QFQQK N 'Zi - . :"Ni"l , QVJ .aaa - ,. ' - at X 59 A'-A' " ,5 za- r ...ri :cs ':L-1 wwf- -"- :tif we t .,., 2 , " ' . 3:55 , . K - - qw 'K kv ' it L s Z W W e 9 'H+ Q wi X F xflxkfkl -M L sf . MEADE-G N00N..C5 D. SMITH-G TISCI-G BARBOUR-C DAYTON . . . Dayton, Ohio, October 17 Playing one of their best games of the season, the ,Cardinals dis- played a powerful offense in the early part of the game, but after the loss of John Unitas and Mike McDonald from iniuries in the second half, they let the Flyers take a 20-T3 verdict. Brilliant running by McDonald and Jerry Wibbles put the Cards on the Dayton T7 yard line early in the first period and from here, Unitas flipped to John Becker for the score. A few minutes later, Unitas intercepted a Flyer pass and the Cards, led again by Mc- Donald and Wibbles, went all the way, with McDonald going the last 26 yards through the middle for thelscore. Dayton then came roaring back and scored easily on a Cardinal fumble early in the second quarter. This made the half score read 13-7, Louisville. In the second half, the Flyers seemed to find new life and scored twice, the winning touchdown coming iust two minutes before the garne's end. UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE . Knoxville, Tennessee, October 24 Tennessee was picked to win this one and they did, by a score of 59-6. Still the score does not tell the whole story. The Cards were outclassed and overpowered but never out-battled. They were brilliant on offense led by the excellent passing of John Unitas, who earned a swell hand of applause from the very partisan crowd of some 22,000. The big difference in the two teams seemed to be defense, for the Cardinals could not find a combination that would stop the Vols' single-wing attack. The Cardinals' lone touchdown came late in the third period, when they made their fourth deep penetration into Tennessee territory pay off. On a pitchout from Unitas, Don Boyd raced 41 yards to the Volunteer 29. Three plays later, Unitas, on option play with good down-field blocking, went all the way for the touchdown. HUGHES-C KOZUBIK-C OTTE-C B. SMITH-C HOUSERfQB 41 V . ll xi 1, H 5- ' . .., qw S f 'I' f f- " 1' ' 24.73 .2117 l 'V v. Amie.. Q 25 ' 5 I I I 7 f,.., . f,,f., , ,.,fV,,,4 ww J 5' NICOLETTI-QU UNITAS-QB BOYD-HB Cl-IRESTENSEN-HB COOPER-HB CHATTANOOGA . . . Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 30 The Cardinals never seemed to get started against the underrated Mocs of Chattanooga, who won this one by a score of 44-6. In a rough and listless game, the Cards suffered some damaging physical injuries, John Unites from broken fingers and Jerry Wib- bles from a broken arm. The only bright spot for the Cards came early in the first quarter when a Moccasin pass was intercepted by end John Becker and returned 58 yards to the Moccasins' 3 yard stripe. On the next play, McDonald carried it over the goal line and that ended the scoring for the Cardinals, as Chattanooga scored almost at will. UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI . . . Louisville, November 7 Cincinnati, ranked as one of the top offensive teams in the nation, was iust too much for the freshman laden Cardinals. The Bearcats were trying to boost their offensive mark for the season, and they succeeded as they ground out a 41-O win. Early in the game, Unitas reiniured an old hip ailment and left the Cards with only a ground attack, which, surprisingly enough, gained 'I68 yards from scrimmage. Mike McDonald and Jim Houser were outstanding for Louisville. CURRIN-HB DeBLASI-HB DESENBERG-HB MCDONALD-HB KRIEVER-FB l .VP 1 .. - K PURCELL FB SCHAFTLEIN FB SLECHTER-FB WlBBLE5-Fg EASTERN . . . Louisville, November 14 Homecoming 1953 was ruined -by the fine passing of southpaw Roy Kidd, who tossed all three of Eastern's victories, to give them a 20-13 victory. The Cards were a victory hungry team and their defense during the first period was outstanding as they twice turned back the Maroons when they were in the shadow of the goal post. Finally, midway in the second quarter, the Maroons recovered a Cardinal fumble on the Louisville 12 yard line and scored on fourth down on a pass play by Kidd. This made the halftime score read 7-0, Eastern. The third quarter was filled with scoring. First, Unitas intercepted a Kidd pass on the Eastern 30 yard line and a few plays later he tossed to Clarence Smith for a Louisville T.D. to even the score at 7 all. But Eastern marched right back after the kickoff, 60 yards on a sustained drive, to regain the lead. The winning score 'came late in the same period when Kidd again found a hole in the Cards' pass defense and threw a 32 yard pass for the touchdown. The Cards did not give up though and within the final four minutes of the game Jim Houser, on a keep it play, raced 51 yards for the Cardinals' last T.D. of the season, to make the final score read a disappointing 20-13. COACH ES J. D. DUNN Line Coach JOE TRABUE Back Coach FRANK CAMP Head Coach CLARK WOOD Line Coach ROSS LUCIA Back Coach A . J" XV 99-9PUR7f0f Q 522 w a : f A: , f , KJ, X -'fm ,5"" if N ., f j'Tg 1.. .w., .,, A ' 'A 4, M3,,f5Z.2iQ-1,1 ' ,'Q5z?f2ie??f'f' 7 . , 6,53 X 3?-b' ' M.. mg ,yy 4 Q r 1 0 -, M-.f-MA.-ww 6 f 4, , if ' fn 'ff' 5- n ,:,.-,. fm . ,X ' x .N fx 2 a - -2557 .412 sg LQ.. ,,..f,f,, ,, ,..-'.,,f' l"1s??5f34 13.4.1 .V Q' :a ' .' -ZF' -i ' ilfr -, 1 1 ,I +V ' WM Q , X 3 X ' i., -in-ug IQ au. LL I BASKETBALL It seems rather heartless to say that a sea- son of twenty-two wins against seven losses was somewhat disappointing, but to many fans that was the case. As the sea- son approached, few could deny that the Cardinals' prospects seemed at an all-time high. True, previous teams had established the U of L basketballers as perennial first class representatives, but never had these teams ranked in the nation's top ten teams, or won a maior post-season tournament. The more avid U of L rooters had hoped that this might be the year of reckoning, but it lust didn't happen that way. I 44 L After an impressive opening streak of four victories, the Cardinals felt their first defeat at the hands of then highly regarded Siena on their eastern swing. In their next game, misfortune began to raise its head. Phil Rollins, playmaker supreme and sparkplug of the Cards, went out of the game because of his now famous lung ailment. Soon to follow was the start of a string of iniuries which were to keep Chet Beam sidelined for practically the entire season. Thus faced with the loss of two regulars, Coach Hickman had to prepare for such opponents as Indiana, Western, Dayton, Notre Dame, Bradley and Xavier, to mention a few. Of necessity, Hickman called on his freshmen for reserve strength. Charlie Tyra, Bill Darragh, Jim Morgan, Roscoe Shackleford and Al Glaza were called up to varsity action, After this move, the Cards lost only to Indiana, Dayton and St. Francis, in the N.l.T. ln the meantime, they were winning some nine games over the rougher part of their schedule. In the final analysis, it seems that the future is the place to look for the true significance of the season iust passed. Again, the picture poses an optimistic view for Cardinal rooters. Of the fifteen man squad, only three will graduate this June. There is little doubt that the absence of Chuck Noble and Corky Cox, the Cardinals' one-two scoring punch, will be sorely felt, but the return of now veterans Phil Rollins, Jerry Moreman, John Prudhoe, Vlad Gaste- vich, Dick Keffer, Charlie Tyra, Bill Dar- ragh and Herb Harragh can only point to another successful year for Louisville's cagers. BASKETBALL The year iust past does hold some memo- ries, though, that we might do well to note, The greatest single player achieve- ment will have to go to Chuck Noble, who now holds the all-time scoring record for the University. The sparkling play of guard Corky Cox certainly should not go without due recognition, for time and again it was he who provided the spark that pulled the Cardinals through the more suspenseful moments. Corky's being iudged "The Most Valuable Player" should illustrate this fact. Another player who deserves a great deal of credit is Jerry Moreman. After seeing a total of some 21 minutes of action, Jerry was suddenly called on for first line duty when Rollins and Beam were forced to the sidelines. Few will disagree with the fact that Jerry did a superb iob in furthering the Cardinal cause. His return next year is certainly gratifying to both Coach Hickman and the U of L fans. Chuck Noble, in establishing his record-breaking point total, turned in some fine performances. Chuck, more than any other player, seemed to fix the fortune of the team. ln those games in which Chuck played up to par, the whole team seemed to click in unison. A back ailment suffered by Chuck during the K.l.T. in Louisville hindered his play and that of the team, had this not happened, the finals of the tournament against Western might have been a different story. Still, the Cardinals played one of the finest first-halves seen in this area for quite some time. Probably the greatest achievement of the team was their double victory over Bradley's Braves. In both these games, the Cardinals finished with better than a 45 percent shooting average, and, at Louisville, set a new combined total scoring record. A double win over Eastern and beating the Xavier team three times gave the fans something to talk about. Possibly this cannot be called U of L's greatest team, but few will disagree that it would have been had not the team received some very unfortunate bad luck. Maybe without those bad breaks the '54- '55 Cards can give their supporters that long awaited "great year." l45 UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE 5 . X I H "xIA -.I C, 21,7 ix' A -if CORKY COX JOHN PRUDHOE CHUCK NOBLE JERRY MOREMAN VLAD GASTEVICH PHIL ROLLINS BASKETBALL TEAM 1953-54 DICK KEFFER BILL POWELL I I I ,P AAEL-'A I ' ,I ' 1' ff ff fi- ".,g,: ffifiim. .. ' ' V W "' ' ,GCSE "9,-'fl l l,-1 .5 ' - . I I V ' 127r:Z ' I. "1i3:i'd"-7f'?"Ef Y f' ' . " :ve-:"s"z ..f":?1'b : ' ' V ' f' 11: fiifuzvz-.' :ff I 1 '--' 1. '- , Lf? f 'Q .- ,J j , K qu 2:::,j,d '1 wi? if-I ' 414' ' 3 Eg" I I It v " --M1' ifff,' w ., 3 . . - fv- 1- ff: . YF 11. 5' I A Z. L, A ' 14 9 , ' . I- - . f A HERB I-IARRAH HARRY HINTON CLIFF YORK BERNARD "PECK" HICKMAN Head Coach Athletic Director and basketball coach Peck Hick- man has certainly done a man-sized iob in put- ting U of L on The basketball map. In only nine years he has taken a Team playing other local teams to The N.A.I.B. championship, The Olympic trials, The N.C.A.A. playoffs and the last Three National Invitational Tournaments. This record needs no expansion, iT speaks for itself. TEAM ROSTER "Cox, Corky ,,,,,, "Harrah, Herb -- Moreman, Jerry ,--- i'Keffer, Dick cA-, 'Rollins, Phil .... York, cliff ...... Q1 .... "Gastevich, Vlad "Powell, Bill ,.,. Prudhoe, John "Noble, Chuck -- "Beam, Chet .... "Hinton, Harry T Number letters LOUISVILLE RECORD X.sN,'q, -La.-s,'.,,A2.,wf: sewxassr- . fxxvfx,-if' wr .. 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QfzzggguelQZEGFE,-:5Eifi1fIxx. ., 5. - 4 s '- I ,T .-s swf- Q R fr -Q ' -- , -:-.-fs-rim.: 1.-...ww :wsu N JOH N DROMO Assistant Coach Another record which certainly speaks for itself is that of freshman coach John Dromo. His young Cardinals have amassed an almost unbelievable record of fifty-eight games won against Two lost. Louisville -,-,,, ,-,- 1 12 Ky. Wesleyan -- Louisville ,,,, -- 92 Morehead -- Louisville ,,-,,, -- 74 Georgetown Louisville -,,-,- -- 87 Manhattan -- Louisville ,,,-,, -- 71 Siena -,,-, - Louisville ,,,,,c ,--, 8 4 Canisius -- Louisville ,--- ,,,- 6 1 Dayton ------ Louisville ,,,,,, -- 85 Ohio State Louisville ,,,,,, -- 79 Villanova -- Louisville ,,,,,, -,-- 6 1 Xavier ,,-,,-,,--,--,----, Louisville ,,.--- ,,,, 7 1 Western Kentucky --- Louisville ---,-- ---- , 73 Marquette ----',,------ --- Louisville .-...- -- 53 Notre Dame --------- Louisville ------ -- 86 Eastern Kentucky Louisville ------ -- 95 Bradley --------------- 148 HEIGHT 5-11 WEIGHT CLASS AGE HOME 165 Sr. 22 West Point, Ky. 185 Soph. 19 Bloomfield, Ind. 170 Soph. 18 Valley, Ky. 165 Soph. 19 Hazard, Ky. 175 Soph. 19 Wickcliffe, Ky. 195 Jr. 20 Cincinnati, Ohio 200 Jr. 20 Gary, Ind. 180 Sr. 21 Sebree, Ky. 220 Jr. 21 Cleveland, Ohio 200 Sr. 22 Akron, Ohio 180 Sr. 21 Jeffersonville, Ind. 210 Jr. 21 Speed, Ind. Louisville ,,---- 94 Hanover ------------ -- Louisville ,,---, -- 87 Baldwin Wallace -- Louisville ------ ---- 7 4 Xavier -------------- Louisville ,--,,- ,.,, 7 1 Indiana --,-,,.... Louisville ,,,-,, ----104 John Carroll -- Louisville ------ ---- 7 9 Stetson ------------ Louisville ------ -- 94 Loyola KN. O.J -- Louisville ------ ,- 71 Dayton ---------- Louisville ------ ---- 9 6 Bradley ---------- Louisville ------ ---- 9 1 Ky. Wesleyan --,.. Louisville ------ ---- 8 8 Marquette ------ Louisville ------ ---- 5 9 Xavier ----------------- Louisville ------ ---- 9 3 Eastern Kentucky ,.... Louisville ------ ---- 5 5 St. Francis CBrooklynJ FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM PLAYER-POSITION AGE Charlie Tyra-C ,-,-,, ,,,,A 1 8 6:7 Bill Darragh-F -----w ,-,,A 1 8 6:4 Jim Heins-C .,--,,-,,,w ,,,A, 1 8 6:6 Harry Chaplin-G --,,wwV, ,,,AA 1 9 6:1 Roscoe Shakelford-G -,,, ,----- I 9 6:0 Jim Percich-F --,----,---, ,,,,,, 1 9 6:7 Al Glaza-C-F ,,,,,, 18 6:6 Harold Pike-F --,-,- ,,,,,, 1 8 6:5 Jim Morgan-G ,,,, ,,,,,A 1 9 6:1 Steve Riley-G ,ii,A, ,,,,,, 1 8 6:0 RECORD WON-15 LOST-I HEIGHT WEIGHT 225 185 180 175 160 195 220 207 170 175 HOME Louisville, Kentucky Vine Grove, Kentucky Cleveland, Ohio East Providence, R. l. Hazard, Kentucky Joliet, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Campbellsville, Kentucky Dayton, Ohio Louisville, Kentucky The University of Louisville was invited to play in the National Invitational Tournament, held in New York in the first part of March, l954. An eager group of students and faculty ioined the team for the trip, but were disappointed with Louisville's defeat, 60-55, by St. Francis, Brooklyn. The trip was worth it, though, for Louisville played an exciting game, and a lot of fun was had in New York. One of U of L's most important, yet least publicized, sports figures is Publicity Director Les Moise. Les, a U of L man himself, has done a fine iob in spreading the news of Cardinal happenings around the nation as well as here at home. As a former sports editor of the Cardinal, Les became well acquainted with the University's athletic developments, and his appointment as publicity director came as no surprise to U of L followers. Besides handling the publicity for all U ot L athletics, Les is in charge of ticket sales. The Univer- sity owes Les a well deserved "thank you" for a iob well done. LES MOISE "X . 2 V. 1 4 li Q5 fi 55. j-f ,, . i if f 5 , v ' L' 'Q . , .2 2 Q . es, . " . "IQ 'wi' 4 ., ' IZ-Z1 'E ' . 2 '. 113, 5 I. . L fi 2 iff ,, QV, ,. . 6. ,,.V, , . 4 A , . , ,. . it f "" i ' N551 .J-,?f..'i?, 5 -" A . 1 . - is a Kneeling, left to right: Jerry Buckman, Kenny Daniels, Jack Burkle, Jerry Phelps, Jimmy Walker, Bob Cambron. Standing: John Huson, Jack Zellich, Matt Phillips, Reuel Hamilton, Coach Jeff Johnson. Not pictured: Chet Purcell, Bud Bitzer. BERT EDWARDS SWIMMING The 1954 swimming team finished the year with a record of six wins and four losses. Their leading scorer was sophomore Ken Daniels, who accumulated 911A points. The only graduating senior is Bob Cambron, the second highest scorer, so prospects for a fine team 'For '55 are very bright. TEAM RECORD Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville- -,,,,-, -,,,, Louisville -,,-,- -,-,- Louisville v,,,,, ,,,,- 62 32 50 39 59 46 55 51 37 36 4671 Vanderbilt -,--,,,,,,,- University of Ky. .- Ball State ,,,,....,..... DePauw University Ball State -----,-,,,,. Missouri Mines ,... Cincinnati ,,,,, Eastern ,,.,. Berea ,,,,... St. Louis -,-- TENNIS DR. SIDNEY D. TERR Coach SCHEDULE Louisville Louisville .,,,,, Louisville Louisville Louisville ,.,,,, ,,,.,4 Louisville ,-N,,, ,-,,-- Louisville ,.,,-- ------ Louisville ,..,., Louisville ,,,--, .----- Louisville Louisville Kneeling, left to right: Ken Anderson, Bill Thomas, Bob Tripp. Standing: Karl Kroeger, Kitt Cox, Mal Erich, Horace Harding, Dr. Terr. INDIVIDUAL RECORDS PLAYER SINGLES DOUBLES Won Lost Won Lost Mal Erich ,,,, ,,,, 4 4 0 6 Kitt Cox ,,,-,.,, ,.-, 1 4 0 5 Bob Tripp -,--,. --,, O 7 l 6 Karl Kroeger -,,,-- -,-- l 5 0 5 Edwin Perry --,-- ,,,, 3 4 2 l Bill Thomas ,,,.,,,, ,,,. 3 3 2 2 Ken Anderson ,,,,,, ,,-, 0 3 l 3 Horace Harding ,,,, ,,,, O l 0 2 Berea ---,-., ,-,, C ancelled Hanover ,,,, ........... 6 Centre .,.,,,.,...,..... ..... 7 Cincinnati ,,,,,,...,...... ..... 9 Eastern Kentucky ,N,,, ...., 5 Miami ,,,.,,,,..,......... --..- 7 Eastern Kentucky .,,..................... 5 Berea --',,,-,,,-.,-,,,,..- ,,,, C ancelled Centre .,,.,, ,.,. C ancelled Berea ,.,.,,, .............. 6 Hanover ,,,,,, ..... 3 2 .',5:2,,,,,k,, W, ,,,. 531, 153 as .,..,,., Q , x s First row, left to right: Coach John Dromo, Bud Humphries, Jouett Brown, Fred Burton, Bart Brown. Standing: Bill Gibson, Bob Bouse, Jim Scott, Jerry Scott, Fred Garrett. GOLF After a poor start, the 1953 golf team, led by veterans Bud Humphries and Fred Burton, put on a stretch drive and finished the season with wins over Centre and Cincinnati, to give them a season mark of six wins, six losses and two ties, The golf coach is John Dromo. TEAM RECORD Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville ,,,.,, ..... Louisville ,.-,,- ,,,,,,,, Louisville Louisville ,,,.,, ,,-,, Louisville ,,,.,, ..... 154 10 Western Michigan 11112 Hanover ,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,, ....,.. 21 Hanover ...,.... 1 Notre Dame ,,,.... O Kentucky .,...... 5 Cincinnati ,,... 6 Dayton - 1 1 ' 9 Xavier -.,,.. Centre ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 Western Kentucky 17 Cincinnati ,,,,,,,,,.. 21 Centre ,,,,,, 7V2 Xavier ,,...,,.. 4V2 Vanderbilt N The team finished third in the Shelbyville College Open with a total of 944. 2 IBVQ 15 15 12 7 6 7 3 6 1 O 10172 13V2 TEAM RECORD Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville ,,,,,i.- A ,Q,, - Louisville ,A7.,,., wyvrw Louisville Louisville --5-,AA. ---F- Louisville Louisville Louisville Louisville ..,,-V,, --A---, I 1 Louisville , , 9 Front row, left to right: Coach John Heldman and Jefferies Second row: J. Valvo, C. Cox, J. Reschar, W. Braden R Hoertz T Trautweln C York Manager K. Wolf. Third row: J. Hollovvell, J. Alston, R. Bender, J. Prehn W Nevvkirk C Walter J Moreman G. Harrell, E. Wetherby, Manager W. Volkerding. Not pictured: R. Mather, D. Rivenbark, J. Patterson R Anderson A Wilding BASEBALL The T953 baseball team won nine games and lost seven Four games were ralned out Practice was greatly hampered and many of the games were played on muddy sawdust covered fields. Coach of the team is John Heldman ,M--TO Hanover A Berea ,..., l 8 Bellarmine ,-,-, 4 5 3 Berea -.,4,,..., Berea -,-,--- ,,,--- Berea ,.,. -- Centre ,,--,-,-, , -..--,,,,,, --,-,, 8 Eastern Kentucky .,,M,. V,.v, , 6 Eastern Kentucky -,..,,, .,..,. 4 Cincinnati .AA.-,--..,,,AA, ---,,- 8 Tennessee Tech ,,,,,. ...,., 5 Cincinnati A-,-,-,,,A .,-,-- l T Earlharn 4 Centre W.,-,-,-,,.,,..,.,,.,,,,,,,, ..-.,. l 6 Kentucky State Reform ...., .,,,., 4 Hanover .,n,,vVw,.,,A.7.,.,,.,w,4. , ,,Y, . 6 TRACK The T953 track team won no meets, but some excellent individual highlights were exhibited by Chuck Jett, Herb Harrah and Art Stead. The team showed fine spirit, considering they were forced to practice without their own track or field. The head coach of the track team is Clark Wood. TEAM MEMBERS H. Harrah, C. Jett, A. Stead, J. Trinkle, M. Miller, J. Fultz, J. Valvo, H. Wilson, R. Tripp, J. Boswell, D. Sinclair, C. Schmitt, T. Sanders, C. lsgrigg, K. Stead, R. Farmer, D. Brown, C. Gullett. RECORD fTripIe Louisville ,,,,,-, Louisville ,,,,,.. ,,..,,,, Louisville ,,,-,,---------,,-,, meetj Louisville -,,-,-----------,-,- Louisville --,-,, 40 36 47V2 32 54 Hanover ,,,,,, ,,,,.,, 9 2 Butler ----, ,,,., , . 96 Earlham ,,,,,- ,,-, 8 AV2 Anderson --.-,,M -,,- 3 O Ball State -,,------,--, ,,,,,,, l OO Tennessee Tech -,,,,, ,,,, 6 8 WOMEN'S INTRAMURALS FIELD HOCKEY A,,,... SOCCER -,--,,,,,,, SWIMMING ..,,. BADMINTON C,A,.. BASKETBALL SIGMA KAPPA's WINNING I-Ioc-KEY TEAM WINNER Sigma Kappa Pi Beta Phi Sigma Kappa Ann Ford, W.R.A. RUNNER-UP ., ,.,, , Pi Beta Phi Sigma Kappa Pi Beta Phi Peggy Helclman, Kappa Delta Sigma Kappa Bowling, table tennis, volleyball and softball tournaments had not yet been completed at the time of printing. l. MEN'S INTRAMU RAL SPORTS ELLIS MENDELSOHN The man most responsible for this year's Tremendous interest in intramural sports is Ellis Mendelsohn. Serving as University trainer and head of Intramurals, Ellis has had his hands full since coming here last summer. He has greatly expanded the intramural program so that now practically every form of recrea- tion is included for both the fraternity men and the independents. As an illustration, the football program alone included forty-nine games with 299 participants, This remarkable interest has been followed in all 'of the other sports programs. Ellis has also introduced some new ideas into the program. The Intramural Council is an example. Here, a charter is given to the or- ganizations fielding teams in the program and they, in turn, have a say in the administration of the intramural games. The results of the program are listed below. WINNER RUNNER-UP FOOTBALL ,,,, . .... . Delta Upsilon ------Vn,,,.A.,V, V AA-,, ,---- S peedsters Ilndependentj GOLF ..,,,. ....... J im Green, Phi Kappa Tau ,,M4.-.-, ,-,, L ew Smithers, Delta Upsilon TENNIS .......................... A... B ill Juckett, Lambda Chi Alpha -.,-,,,,.,. Larry Potts, Phi Kappa Tau CROSS COUNTRY RUN ..... ....... G il Montgomery, Lambda Chi Alpha ..,u ,,,,,--- H arry Chaplin, Navy SWIMMING .......-.f....,.. ---- P hi Kappa Tau AgAA----,----,V---w---,--,-------- ,,,,,, I. BITIIDCIB Chi Alpha DELTA UPSILON'S WINNING FOOTBALL TEAM The Intramural Council is made up of representatives of all organizations participating In the program. SPRING 1953 SOFTBALL Winner, White Hall Clndependentl Runner-Up, Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity VOLLEYBALL Winner, Otter Hall Clndependentl Runner-Up, Kappa Alpha Fraternity All Campus Fraternity Point Champion for PHI KAPPA TAU Fraternity An intramural swimming meet J 03 SIL lfk-s."x 2 K Q XBJA M fkff' JW' L: P X fy ig 5 X SS X X I X S 1 ? g X A g S S S + + - - 'Z - ,X - Jn X 9 N Q M, lg X W4 V CGLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 2 , l X I S. S dp if xl f F COLLEGE or ARTS AND sclENcEs The College of ArTs and Sciences, The largesT day-Time school of The UniversiTy, offers a liberal educaTion and Training for professional and graduaTe schools To sTudenTs who, in The fufure, will enTer upon The many and varied walks of life. Aware of The vifal role of The universify noT only in The com- munify buT in The complex world of Today, The College in recenT years has seen more and more sTudenTs from many counTries Take an acfive parT in ifs inTellecTual and social life. Locafed on Belknap Campus since 1924, The College developed from The Jefferson Seminary, esTablished in Louisville in 1798. JOHN JULIUS OPPENHEIMER Dean POLLY BEALMEAR Secretary fo The Dean Dean J. J. Oppenheimer, Dean of The College of Arfs and Sciences since l93O, has worked sfead- ily for The advancemenT of The College in iTs inTellecTual and educaTional spheres. His wide ex- perience as an educaTor aT The UniversiTies of MinnesoTa, ldaho, Missouri and STephens College, and his background of educafional work in Germany conTribuTes To his broad views and under- sTanding of The educafional process. Dean Oppenheimer received his B.S. and M.A. from The UniversiTy of Missouri and his Ph.D. from Columbia Universify. The Thinker ponders silenfly all The "goings on" on campus. :aw -'W -'ft' UW . :aff , "5 ji? ,ARTS AND SCIENCES FAC ROBERT B. AMMONS, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology COLONEL I. B. ANDERSON, USAF, B.A., Professor of Air Science and Tactics LCDR GEORGE ATKINSON, Jr., USN, of Naval Science B.S., Associate Professor RAY H. BIXLER, B.Ed., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology META RILEY EMBERGER, B.A., M.A., English Assistant Professor of JOHN B. FINK, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Instructor in Psychology LT. F. A. GRAHAM, Jr., USN, B.S., Assistant Professor of Naval Science MARIAN R. HALL, B.A., M.A., Instructor in English CAPT. EDWARD R. HANNON, USN, B.S., Professor and Head, Naval Science Department DON E. HARRISON, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics MAJOR J. B, HEATER, USN, B.A., Assistant Professor of Naval Science REUEL G. HEMDAHL, B.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor and Act- ing Chairman, Department of Political Science LAURENCE LEE HOWE, B.A., M.A., LL.B., Ph.D., Associate Pro- fessor of History RAYMOND A. KEMPER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor and Head, Department of Psychology and Social An- thropology I v i if ,fag K: 'fx QS , . ,t 5' at v f an S , We-. QA., s 'tif . ., ff 9' my -fl JF' -'er' . dt. 1.4. I ,f- I "' '- 'L . I, I 1-r' I , Y Eva! J I 32 'mr-1 g . A. 4+ U LTY cii f fs ... ..... ,, .... 2 f" 4 I E " ,MQ ' A , a . V. 532 ft? 451 ffm 5 . , nw . s. 4A'N: . "1 In vr A is s .-4-A ' 1 1 ' 1 k. Y Ni I' i f I i -Q. -2 . : t . 1 A 5 , f K . , 1 6 . K sf ' 'fi fa . i"i ' - I fr ,af I ' f ' s Q if Ez ? ...f 1 - ,,.,.!1.', ,.-.y . . es' 'f'-sep. " ' w-:f:.f',.a.-..:ff, -,F ' ' - f' AQ' 'I' A, A 1 ' , ,-3 lf? l ' ' 1 . ,. . ' 1:17431-:'..',:'.' 2-'if -zaif f .Z " .."'-552551152-fZ5'. .' ' f ' 1-1. ...,..2'.y,...fQ: u ' , - ,V rm. eww '-.:' - , .f 512 ICJ., ' "',-Q.--fvvirzs wt., .'-'-mfg' 1'1" "' 4,-f 2 .15'.fl-s,'-fz-ff '- -- ,. . ' M .. at f- -1 ff- , 5, .. . f--- , . ' f 2 55a.I','..I,,1'f:'f7'WS" ,s5 3ssia53:Z:1::e2 ' ' :-5Zi"' .- -- - .6-sfszw V u - ff., '-1. 121. Qrsi-.V QED - X . we .-rc? 5311" if g, -w.,,e.3i ' .,.,-M . J- .. ..... , ,V V . . ef ls ALBERT J. LATHAM, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology WILLIAM C. MALLALIEU, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor and Head, Department of History LT. A. J. MASHAW, USN, B.S., Assistant Professor of Naval Science ELIZABETH E. MAYO, B.A., M.S., Instructor in Physics LTJG A. L. MOBERLY, USN, B.S., Assistant Professor of Naval Science GLADYS MORRIS, M.A., Instructor in Home Economics MARY S. NAY, Instructor in Fine Arts CHARLES H, PARRISH, Jr., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor and Acting Head, De- partment of Sociology 4 RICHARD C. SMITH, B.A., M.A., Assistant Professor of Philosophy ' ,,..E 'o HILDA THRELKELD, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Pro- fessor of Education ROBERT A. WARNER, B.A., Ed.M., Ph.D., f Professor and Chairman, Division of gk Social Sciences ,fi , . WALTER crescse, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Asso- O 7 ciate Professor and Acting Head, De- . partment of Fine Arts S .ifwiigzc cod-eco 4 l63 ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY CARL E. ADAMS, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics CLARENCE A. AMSTER, M.A., Instructor in Psychology PAUL F. ANGIOLILLO, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Modern Languages MARJORIE ARNOLD, B.S., Assistant in Physical Education MORRIS BEIN, B.A., M.A., Assistant Professor of English DONALD M. BENNETT, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor and Head, Department of Physics JUSTUS BIER, Ph.D., Professor and Head, Department of Fine Arts RAY LEE BIRDWHISTELL, B.A., M.A., Ph,D., Assistant Professor of Psychology and Social Anthropology WILLIAM F. BRAASCH, B.S., M.A., Instructor in Education JOHN R. BRODERIUS, B.A., Ph.D., Professor and Head, De- partment of Modern Languages MfSGT FRANCIS B, BUONGIORNE, USAF, Instructor in Air Science MARY E. BURTON, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of English FRANK CAMP, B.A., M.A., Instructor in Physical Education, Coach OMER CARMICHAEL, B.A., M.A., Professor of Education PAUL J. CHRISTIAN, B.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology WILLIAM M. CLAY, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Biology GERALD A. COLE, B.A., M.S., Ph,D., Assistant Professor of Biology GROVER L. CORLEY, B,A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry HOWARD A. CRUM, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology CHARLES R. CRUMPTON, B.S., M.S., Ed.D., Professor of Ed- ucation P.A. DAVIES, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Professor and Head, Depart- ment of Biology CAROL W. DOWELL, M.P.A., Instructor in Political Science JOHN DROMO, B.Ph., M.A., Instructor in Physical Education, Assistant Coach J. D. DUNN, B.A., M.A., Instructor in Physical Education, As- sistant Coach WILLIAM EKSTROM, B.A., M.A., I.A., Ph.D., Associate Profes- sor of English MARY JO FINK, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Modern Languages MXSGT JOHN H. FRANTZ, USAF, Instructor in Air Science WILLIAM F. FURNISH, B.A., M,D., Associate Professor of Biology CREIGHTON GILBERT, B.A., Instructor in Fine Arts FRANCES S. GOLDSMITH, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor and Head, Department of Home Economics FORTUNA L. GORDON, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Modern Languages CAPT. FRED L. GRAHAM, USAF, Assistant Professor of Air Science JUDSON GRAY, B.A., M.A., Instructor in Social Science LEE GUERNSEY, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology SUE HALL, B.S, M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physical Education GEORGE H. HALLMAN, B.S., M.A., Instructor in Social Science ERNEST C. HASSOLD, Ph.D., Professor and Head, Department of English, Chairman, Division of Humanities JOHN M. HELDMAN, Jr., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor and Acting Head, Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation GERHARD HERZ, Ph.D., Professor of Music History BERNARD HICKMAN, B.S., M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Education, Coach GRANT HICKS, B.A., M.A., Assistant Professor of Political Science RICHARD M. KAIN, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of English LT, H. F. KANE, USN, B.A., Assistant Professor of Naval Science LOUIS C. KESSELMAN, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chairman, Department of Political Science LEONARD KOESTER, M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Modern Languages ROMUALD KRAUS, Associate Professor of Fine Arts ROBERT I. KUTAK, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor and Head, De- partment of Sociology EUGENE LEAKE, Director, Art Center MAJOR DONALD S. LINDQUIST, USAF, B.A., Assistant Profes- sor of Air Science HARVEY B. LOVELL, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Biology ERNEST E, LYON, B.A., M.M., Professor of Music and Head, Department of Bands MICHAEL E. MALONE, B.A., M.A., Instructor in English ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY BOYD MARTIN, Assistant Professor of English DAVID W, MAURER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of English ELLIS MENDELSOHN, Instructor in Physical Education, Trainer DONALD G. MILLER, B.S,, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry JAMES MOFFAT, B.S., Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor of Chemistry WALTER LEE MOORE, BA., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of Mathe- matics CHARLES O, MCMAHON, B.A., M.A,, Professor of Modern Languages GILBERT S. OHLMANN, B.A., M.A., Assistant Professor of English J. J. OPPENHEIMER, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Professor and Heid, Department of Education MARGARET PAINE, Assistant in Home Economics GEORGE PERLE, B. of Music, M, of Music, Instructor in Music History JOHN P. PHILLIPS, B.S,, M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry MXSGT CLAY B. POWELL, USAF, Instructor in Air Science MXSGT HUGH G. RALSTON, USAF, Instructor in Air Science GRADUS L. SHOEMAKER, B.A., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry NEWTON R. SMITH, B.S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry ist LT, ANTHONY vv. sRoKA, USAF., B.Ed., Assistant Pro- fessor of Air Science GUY STEVENSON, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor and Head, De- partment of Mathematics CLYDE W. SWINK, B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor of Psychology SIDNEY DENNISON TERR, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Profes- sor of History JOSEPH R. TRABUE, Jr., B.S., M.A., Instructor in Physical Edu- cation, Assistant Coach WILLIAM R, TLJCKER, B.A., M.A., Docteur-en-sciences politiques, Assistant Professor of Political Science FRANK M. VICROY, B.S., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Sociology MAJOR ANDREW J. WALTON, USAF, Associate Professor of Air Science H. SHERWOOD WARWICK, Jr., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Professor of History INEZ WEBB, B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor of Home Economics HARVEY C. WEBSTER, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor of English LUCILLE WEBSTER, Instructor in English JOHN J. WEISERT, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Modern Languages S SGT KENNETH WIETSTOCK, USAF, Instructor in Air Science RICHARD H. WILEY, B.A., M.S., LL.B., Ph.D., Professor and Head, Department of Chemistry ULFERT WILKE, M.A., Assistant Professor of Fine Arts JOE F. WILKES, B.A., M.A., M,Ed., D.Ed., Professor of Education RAYMOND WILSON, Jr., B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Assistant Profes sor of Mathematics CLARK WOOD, B.A., M.A., Instructor in Physical Education Assistant Coach LECTURERS CAROL AMMONS, B.A., M.S., Psychology SENTA BIER, Ph.D., Fine Arts ESTHER L. BOSSUNG, B.S., M,S., Natural Science c. E. BURKHEAD, B.A., M.A., Mathematics WILLIAM F. COSLOW, B.S., M.A., Education ERVIN DETJEN, B.S., M.A., Education RUTH DUNN, B.S., M.A., Education W. CLARENCE FORD, B.A., M.S., Mathematics THOMAS GODFREY, B.S., M.S., Health Education ROY GRIFFIN, Swimming JOE LALLY, Gait JOSEPHINE M. McKEE, B.S., M.A., Education DONALD F. MOORE, M.D., Education SAMUEL v. NOE, B.A., M.A., Education NELLE F. PETERSON, B.A., Fine Arts FREDERICK D. PULTZ, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Education C. A. RUBADO, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Education PAUL E. SPARKS, B.S., M.A., Education FRANK H. STALLINGS, B.S., M.A., Education BRUCE B. VANCE, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Mathematics CHARLES J. VETTINER, B.A., Recreation SARAH BELL WELLINGTON, B.S., Nl.Ed., Education ELIZABETH WESLEY, Ph.D., Psychology CONSTANCE CLARK WILLIS, Fine Arts MARY MAY WYMAN, B.S., M.A., Safety Education ALFRED ZALON, M.A., Fine Arts .V .. " tu ALICE JOPLIN ALLEN, Louisville, Ky.-Home Economics, Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart, Home Economics Club, Women's League. BETTY EADS ALLEN, Louisville, Ky.-Home Economics, BSU, President, Social Vice President, Home Economics Club. CHARLES ALLEN, Louisville, Ky.-English. CHRISTINE ELIZABETH ALLEN, Louisville, Ky.-Creative Art, Spanish Club, BSU, "L" Raisers. .IOHN M. ALLEN, Louisville, Ky.-History, BSU, First Vice President. LINDSAY C. ALMAND, Louisville, Ky.-English, Chi Omega, Correspondent, Pledge Scholarship Award, Cardinal, Co-Editor- in-Chief, Feature Editor, News Editor, Mortar Board, President, Pi Delta Epsilon, University Student Council, Thorough- bred, Publications Editor, Spanish Club, Playshop, Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities. HARRISON CLARKE ANDERSON, Louisville, Ky.-Zoology, Lambda Chi Alpha, Natural Science Club, President, Canterbury Club, IRC: Alpha Epsilon Delta, President. . , -MC' fl! -- J A ,.,,, , A ' QQ 25 ' 1.01155 -5-,ww 1, .-1, ew DONALD LEE ARNETT, Louisville, Ky.-PsychoI09Y2 Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain, Psi Chi, BSU. JOHN CHARLES MCKECHNIE, Crestwood, Ky.-Chemistry, BSU, Vice President, Alpha Epsilon Delta, "L" Raisers. NADYNE RYLE BAKER, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, AFROTC Corps of Sponsors, Secretary, Future Teachers. ROBERT A. BAKER, Clay, Ky.-Naval Science, NROTC, Eagle and Anchor Society. BONNY JEAN BARTELS, Gettysburg, South Dakota, Medical Technology, Kappa Delta, Historian, Robbins Hall, President, Social Chairman, IRC, American Chemical Society. WILLIAM HENRY BAUER, Louisville, Ky.-Physics, Sigma Pi Sigma, Vice President, Physics Club, Delta Phi Alpha, Radio Club, Chorus. ROBERT P. BELILES, Jeffersontown, Ky,-Zoology, Tau Kappa Epsilon, President, Vice President, Pledgemaster, Sergeant-at- Arms, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, BSU, Medical Science Club, IFC. HARRIS BERMAN, Louisville, Ky.-Political Science, Alpha Phi Omega, Vice President, Student Council, Treasurer, Views, Business Manager, Cardinal, Debate Team, Political Arena, IRC. GEORGE F. BISSELL, Louisville, Ky.-History. BETTY LEE BLOSTEIN, Louisville, Ky.-Psychology, Cardinalette, Secretary, Mortar Board, Thinkers, Psi Chi, University Student Council, NSA Commission, Women's League, WRA. THOMAS B. BOWLING, Louisville, Ky.-Mathematics, Lambda Chi Alpha, Assistant Secretary, Pledgemaster, Thoroughbred, Cardinal, USC, Treasurer, Eagle and Anchor Society, BSU, Playshop, NROTC, Rifle Team, Who's Who ln American Colleges and Universities. RONALD W. BREWER, Jeffersonville, Ind.-Physical Education and Economics. IRVIN E. BRONNER, Louisville, Ky.-Chemistry, Alpha Phi Omega, Vice President, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Treasurer, Natural Science Club, Vice President, Newman Club. HELEN HOWELL BUCHANAN, Nashville, Tenn.-Elementary Education. DEWEY L, BUNTING, II, Louisville, Ky.-Zoology, Phi Kappa Tau, Medical Science Club. ROBERT CANTOR, New York, N.Y.-Zoology, Natural Science Club, Varsity Swimming Team, MARY ONEIDA CARDEN, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Chi Omega, Mortar Board, 1951 Homecoming Queen, "L" Club Queen, Future Teachers, Treasurer, Thoroughbred, Women's League, WRA, BSU. NANCY CARNIGHAN, New Albany, Indiana-English, Pi Beta Phi, Censor, Women's League, Treasurer, IRC, Newman Club, WRA, "L" Raisers. CAROLYN J. CATES, Louisville, Ky.-Sociology, Delta Sigma Theta, WRA, Women's League, IRC. GLOUCHESTER CALIMAN COXE, Louisville, Ky.-Creative Arts, Kappa Alpha Psi. MARY BILL COOMES, Bardstown, Ky.-Zoology, IRC, BSU. JANET COOPER, Louisville, Ky.-Spanish, IRC, Sec., Lat. Am. Cl., Sec., Pan Am. Cl., Card. Co-Ed. of Int. Issue, Wes. CI. COURTLAND KELLY COX, West Point, Ky.-Physical Education and History, Basketball, Baseball. RON KITT COX, Redondo Beach, Calif.-Zoology, Student Council, President, Treasurer, USC, Social Commissioner, Eagle and Anchor Society, President, Social Chairman, NROTC, 52, 53 Citation, "Outstanding Sophomore and Junior," Board of Stu- dent Publications, Thoroughbred, Mr. Thoroughbred Candidate 52, 53, Dean's Honor Roll, Varsity Tennis Team, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Vice Pres., Delta Phi Alpha, Omicron Delta Kappa, Who's Who In American Colleges and Univs. POLLY A. CUSTIS, Louisville, Ky.-English, Health, Physical Education and Recreation, Chi Omega, Social, Dance Chairman, Mortar Board, Cwens, Thinkers, Thoroughbred, Associate, ALS, Organizations, Co-Activities-Editor, Cardinal, Associate and Schools Editor, WRA, President, Vice President, Secretary, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Delta Epsilon, charter member, USC Pub- Iicity and Student Chest Commissions, AFROTC Sponsors, Secretary, Treasurer, Homecoming Queen Candidate, Outstanding Freshman Woman Award, Exchange Student to Sarah Lawrence College, Del. to National Student Cong. and Collegiate Editors Conf., Pan.Am. Club, Treas., Leadership Camp, "L" Raisers, Who's Who In American Colleges and Univs. DEBORAH I. DAHUNSI, Abeolentia, Nigeria, English, IRC, BSU. EARNIE WALTON DANIEL, Hartford, Ky.-Sociology, BSU, Athletic Director, IRC, Free Lancers. CONSTANCE JEAN DARMS, Louisville, Ky.-French, Chi Omega Corresponding Sec., Food Chm., Sec., Fryberger Dir., Beauty Shop Quartet, Pledge Class Pres., Mortar Board, Sec., Cwens, Thinkers, Sec., Thoroughbred, A815 Staff, USC Progress Comm., French Club, Women's League, Spanish Club, IRC, WRA, Who's Who in American Colls. and Univs. VIRGINIA M. DAVIS, Louisville, Ky.-General Education, Kappa Delta, Vice President, Best Pledge, Sergeant-at-Arms, Ford Scholarship in Education, Religious Council, Cardinal, Beautyshop Quartet, IRC, Women's League, WRA, Wesley Club. NATHANIEL CLAY DENT, JR., Louisville, Ky.-Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Sociology, Kappa Alpha Psi. GARDNER LUKE DIXON, Louisville, Ky.-Chemistry, Delta Phi Alpha, Historian, Am. Chemical Society, Natural Science Club. WILLIAM GREEN DULWORTH, Louisville, Ky.-Zoology, Alpha Alpha Alpha, Secretary, Medical Science Club. JACQUELINE EMCH, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Vice President, Rush Chairman, Women's League, IRC, "L" Raisers, WRA, DAVID W. EPPINK, Cleveland, Ohio-Physics, Sigma Pi Sigma, Treasurer, NROTC, Eagle and Anchor Society, Masthead Car- toonist, Physics Club, Cross Country. NITA EUBANK, Louisville, Ky.--Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, Cardinalette, Mortar Board, Kappa Delta Pi, WRA, Vice President, Chairman ot Basketball, Hockey, Volleyball, Softball, Badminton, Del. to U of K Conf., Women's League, IRC, PE Majors Club, Film Club, Pep Club, Playshop, FTA, "L" Raisers, BSU, Devotions, Social, Pub. Comms 'Q xih AandS BARBARA SHERMAN EVANS, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi, Corresponding Secretary, Pledge Super- - visor, WRA, Secretary, Treasurer, Women's League, Newman Club: "I-H RBISGFS- BARBARA J, FARRIS, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Future Teachers, Women's League, BSU. MATTHEW W. FEGAN, JR., Malueune, N.Y.-Political Science, NROTC, Eagle and Anchor Society, Newman Club, IRC. NORMAN S. FISHER, JR., Louisville, Ky.-Chemistry, Phi Kappa Tau, Vice President, Student Council, Sergeant-at-Arms, USC, Newman Club, Vice President, Treasurer, IRC, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Secretary, Thoroughbred, Co-Dance Chairman, Mr. Thoroughbred 54, Cheerleader 54, "L" Raisers. NORWOOD K, FORD, Louisville, Ky.-Biology, Delta Upsilon, President, Treasurer, Pledgernaster, Medical Science Club, IFC. BRUCE E. FULLER, Louisville, Ky.-English, Delta Phi Alpha, Medical Science Club, BSU, Free Lancers, IRC, Regional Secretary, Intra-City Council, "L" Raisers. ' JIM FULTS, Altamont, Tenn.-Physical Education and Economics, Football, Track. BONNIE LOU GEARHISER, Louisville, Ky.-Psychology, Independent Women, WRA. ANN ELIZABETH GLASS, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Chi Omega, Vice President, Treasurer, Social and Civil Serv- ice Chairman, Thoroughbred, Co-Senior Editor, Future Teachers, Vice President, Newman Club, Corresponding Secretary, Social Chairman, Women's League, WRA, "L" Raisers. EARL T. HALE, Louisville, Ky.-Psychology, Psi Chi, Natural Science Club. MARIA BLAKE HALL, Louisville, Ky.-English. , PAT HAMBAUGH, Louisville, Ky.-Creative Art, Hite Scholarship, IRC, LYNN I-IARMON, Russell Springs, Ky.-Philosophy. SARAH I. HARRIS, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education. ALBERT A. HAWKINS, SR., Louisville, Ky.-History, BSU, Future Teachers. MARY CATHERINE HAWKINS, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Kappa Delta. MARILYN F. HAWTHORNE, Louisville, Ky.-English, BSU. CURTIS A. HERBERT, JR., Louisville, Ky.-German, Lambda Chi Alpha, Pledgemaster, Delta Phi Alpha, President, IRC, Views, Medical Science Club. JAMES B. HUGHES-A and S Sophomore. ROBERT LESLIE ILARIA, East Hampton, N.Y.-Zoology, Eagle and Anchor Society, Tau Kappa Epsilon. TEDDY PETE JOHNSON, Louisville, Ky.-Zoology, Pi Kappa Phi, Treasurer, Chaplain, Warden, Medical Science Club, IRC. SENIORS BETTY JOHNSTON CGUNND, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Delta Zeta, Corresponding Secretary, Historian, Secre- tary, Mortar Board, Arts and Sciences Student Council, Kappa Delta Pi, Women's League, WRA, Canterbury Club. JONELLE JONES, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Sigma Kappa, 2nd Vice President, Mortar Board, Treagurer, Cwens, President, 1953 Homecoming Queen, Co-Chairman of Thoroughbred Dance C2 yearsj, WRA, Secretary, Director of Intra- mural Swim Meet, Women's League, "L" Raisers, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, WII-I-IAM E' JI-ICKETTI L0Ul5Vlllei KY-'Mafkelingi Lambda Citi Alpha, Secretary, Rush Chairman, A 8. S Student Council, Vice President, USC, Thoroughbred, Business School Associate Editor, BSU, "L" Raisers. BETH KEISTER, Louisville, Ky.-Fine Arts, Kappa Delta, Secretary, Treasurer, Mortar Board, Cwens, Arts and Sciences Student Council, Wesley Club, Secretary, WRA, Women's League, "L" Raisers. ROBERT L. KILGORE, Louisville, Ky.-Sociology, Alpha Phi Alpha. CLYDE LEE KING, Louisville, Ky.-History, Kappa Alpha, AFROTC, Canterbury Club. ELIZABETH ALICE KING, Louisville, Ky.-Sociology, Cardinalette, Vice President, Secretary, Robbins Hall, Secretary, IRC, Women's League, WRA, "L" Raisers. JAN CORKIE KIRKHAM, Louisville, Ky.-Zoology, Chi Omega, Activities and Publicity Chairman, IRC, Women's League, Secretary, President, Beauty Shop Quartet, Bond Issue Ward Captain, "L" Raisers, WRA, Student Chest Variety Show, Di- rector and Producer, Playshop, Little Theatre, Thoroughbred, Photo and Feature Staff, Feature Editor, Cardinal, Staff As- sistant, Views, Promotion Manager. JOHN JOSEPH KLEFOT, Louisville, Ky.-Economics, Baseball, 51, 52, Dean's List, 53. DAVID Z. KLEINMAN, Louisville, Ky.-Zoology, Tau Epsilon Phi, Treasurer, Cardinal. JAMES LEE KNOOP, Louisville, Ky.-Chemistry, Phi Kappa Tau, Treasurer, Pi Kappa Omicron, Treasurer, President, Newman Club, American Chemical Society, Secretary. OTTO F. KNOP, Louisville, Ky.-Physical Education and Economics, Delta Upsilon, Football, Captain 52, "L" Raisers. LILY DEE KRUETZMAN, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Future Teachers, President, IRC, Women's League, BSU. SHIRLEY BEATRICE LARKIN, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Future Teachers, IRC, Pan American Club, BSU. JOAN LAURIE, Louisville, Ky.-English, Kappa Delta, Newman Club, Secretary, Bond Issue, Playshop, Little Theatre. NORMA JEAN LAWSON, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Cardinalette, President, Chaplain, Pledge Mistress, Panhellenic Council, Future Teachers, IRC, WRA, Women's League, "L" Raisers. STANLEY LEVY, Highland Park, N.J.-Zoology, Medical Science Club, Vice President, French Club, Chess Club. DARROW LIKINS, Caneyville, Ky.-Economics and Social Science. NOEL RAY LYKINS, Mt. Sterling, Ky.-History, Alpha Phi Omega, President, Vice President, Pledgemaster, USC, Student Council, Vice President, Religious Council, President, NROTC: Eagle and AHCITOI' SOCIETY, Treasurer: TI10fOUQhI3fedf A 3' 5 Editor, Cardinal, Office Manager, BSU, Who's Who ln American Colleges and Universities, Omicron Delta Kappa. BETTY LOUISE McDONALD, Prospect, Ky.-English, Delta Sigma Theta, WRA, Assistant Chairman of Volleyball, Publicity Co- Chairman, Softball Tournament Chairman, Homecoming Queen Candidate, Cardinal, Future Teachers, IRC, Women's League, Film Club, BSU. ELIZABETH DORIS MCLIMORE, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary, Mortar Board, Alpha Lambda Delta, Secretary, BSU, Vice President, Women's League. , .I Lal. L ff' A J , fs fi -af, ELIZABETH ANNE MAYO, Louisville, Ky.-French, Pi Beta Phi, Corresponding Secretary, Historian, Censor, Cwens, USC Stu- dent Chest Commission, Physics Club, Secretary, French Club. JOAN P. MOHLENKAMP, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Sigma Kappa, President, Vice President, Recording Secretary, panhelienic Council, Treasurer, Thoroughbred, Associate Editor, Future Teachers, IRC, Women's League, WRA, Newman Club, "L" Raisers, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. MYRNA MONTGOMERY, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, AFROTC Corps of Sponsors, President, Miss Thoroughbred Candidate, Future Teachers. ROBERT MUNSON, Valley Station, Ky.-Psychology, Newman Club. CONRAD W. PARKS, Louisville, Ky.-Sociology, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society. RAYMOND THOMAS PARKS, JR., Louisville, Ky.- Sociology, AFROTC. NELLIE D. PATTERSON, Louisville, Ky.-Physical Education, History, Cardinalette, President, Mortar Board, Kappa Delta Pi, Future Teachers, WRA, Basketball and Volleyball Chairman. ,a r , , l , , . Z 5 FRANCES ZOPFF POTH, Louisville, Ky.-German, Delta Phi Alpha, Vice President, IRC. MICHAEL O. QUINN, Louisville, Ky.-Zoology, Wandering Greeks, Fencing Team, Captain. JAMES RAYHAB, Louisville, Ky.-Physical Education, History and Political Sciences AandS JOANNE RENNISON, Shepherclsville, Ky.-Elementary Educati0n7 ZBTB Tau AIPIWGI KHPPH Delta Pi, HISTOFIHNI Reporter: Chorus, Future Teachers, Wesley Club, "L" Raisers. JAMES LANIER ROBBINS, Louisville, Ky.-Economics, Alpha Phi Omega, Sigma Phi Epsilon, IRC. HAROLD J. RODMAN, Newberg, N.Y.-Chemistry, Alpha Phi Omega, Natural Science Club, American Chemical Society. JANE ROGERS, Pewee Valley, Ky.-History, Alpha Delta Pi, Drama Group, Orchestra. CHARLES ALEXANDER ROSE, Louisville, Ky.-Philosophy, Pi Kappa Phi, Sec., Pi Delta Epsilon, USC, Leadership Comm. Chair- man, Cardinal, Editorial Staff Asst., Canterbury Club, Pres., Rel. Coun., Vice Pres., AFROTC, Soc. Org., Sec., "L" Raisers. WALLACE V. RUBEY, Jeffersonville, Ind.-Creative Art, Lambda Chi Alpha, Card, Cartoonist, Thoroughbred, Newman Club. SARA ANN SCHLUNDT, Louisville, Ky,-English, Pi Beta Phi, Treasurer, Recording Secretary, Magazine Chairman, Rush Cap- tain, Asst, Treas., Best Pledge Award, Pres. of Pledge Class, Beautyshop Quartet, Thoroughbred, IRC, French Club, WRA. MIRIAM COHEN SCHULMAN, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Future Teachers, IRC. CLARICE CAROL SHARPE, Louisville, Ky.-Botany, Delta Zeta President, Mortar Board, Vice President, Pi Delta Epsilon, Sec- retary, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Rho Chi, Cardinal, Feature Editor, Music Editor, Best Reporter Award, AFROTC Corps of Sponsors, Vice President, Lt. Colonel, Glee Club, USC Publicity Commission, Segue, Editor-in-Chief, Marching Cardinals C5 yearsD, Concert Band C5 yearsj, Band Social Organization, Vice President, Social Chairman, Wesley Club, Methodist Campus Church Relations Council, Secretary, Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities. SHIRLEY JEAN SHELTON, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Zeta Tau Alpha, President, Vice President, Magazine Chair- man, Panhellenic Council, Mortar Board, Kappa Delta Pi, BSU, Music Chairman, Choir, Sunday School Representative, De- votions Comm., Future Teachers, IRC, Women's League, Spanish Club, Sq. Dance Club, Pep Club, "L" Raisers. HAZEL BALLINGER SHEPHERD, Valley Station, Ky.-Ari, Hiie Scholarship. I ffff f ffffl 4 J I fb- '-42, ' f., i-if 11 f' , ifffig 4, H, 'JJ .f ?' 5 . . .,.., , , ,. ,,,..,. ..,,,,,,,...,., ,..,, ,,.,. .,,,.., c . . - l. SENIORS BARBARA CRAWFORD SIMMONS, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Sigma Kappa, Vice President, Women's League, Vice President, Future Teachers, WRA, BSU. WILLIAM SLAUGHTER, Louisville, Ky.-English. HELEN DOUGLAS SLEADD, Middletown, Ky.-Zeta Tau Alpha, Vice President, Secretary, Rush Chairman, Panhellenic Coun- cil, Miss Thoroughbred Candidate, Thoroughbred, BSU, Recording Secretary, Sunday School Representative, Y.W.A., Fu- ture Teachers, IRC, "L" Raisers. CLARA JO SMITH, Louisville, Ky.-French, Mortar Board, Cwens, Pi Delta Epsilon, Thoroughbred, Editor-in-Chief, IRC, Presi- dent, Secretary, Religious Council, President, Cardinal, Chorus, Little Theatre, Newman Club, University Student Council, French Club, Who's Who ln American Colleges and Universities. F. HATCHER SMITH, Trenton, Ky.-Kappa Alpha, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Executive Office. NATHAN H. SMITH, Youngstown, Ohio-Political Science, Eagle and Anchor Society, Secretary, NROTC, Bat. Adi. MORRIS M. STONE, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education. . X. -3.-.,,7. ,.,.,,k, ,..:,,.,, , , . - if.-tif, t.-ee, l s . 4- ,, .N ' ---- K L-:'z-p":.me-L9-engage, 2 - - .:. - ,-.,f'q,g19':si.-,g,::sv , 9-3 M 2 'Q bt 'K vars. 4 X we .ti M' ,fs 'W fi Q I 3 xx 9 X Sim is si if X P .iv ef is .yang 2' X fl il lib. . VALERIA MAE STOPINSKI, Louisville, Ky.-Home Economics, Kappa Delta, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, Historian, Sergeant- at-Arms, en's Lea HENRY N. Anchor Rush Chairman, Pledge Class Secretary, Thoroughbred, Co-Faculty Editor, Home Economics Club, Secretary, Wom- gue, WRA, Pep Club, "L" Raisers. SUTHERLAND, Bardstown, Ky.-History, USC, Secretary, Student Council, Society, BSU, Vice President, IRC. Sergeant-at-Arms, NROTC, Eagle and LAWRENCE DAVID TOBE, Louisville, Ky.-Creative Art, Phi Kappa Tau, Thoroughbred, Assistant Faculty Editor '50, Arts and Sciences MARY C. Editor '51, Dance Decorations '5'l. TWICKLER, Louisville, Ky.-Chemistry, Mortarboard. ANNE GILBERT WARREN, Louisville, Ky.--Sociology, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Women's League, Wesley Club. FRANK E. WEBER, New Albany, lnd.-Zoology, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Medical Science Club, Natural Science Club, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society. JAMES E. WESSEL, Miami Beach, Fla.-Political Science, Lambda Chi Alpha, Cardinal, Advertising Manager. MARVIN WEINBERG. Louisville, Ky.-Zoology, Tau Epsilon Phi, Vice President, Secretary, Medical Science Club. PAT CARTER WHEELER, Louisville, Ky.-Physical Education, Cardinalette, Vice President, Secretary, WRA, President, PE Maiors Club, Women's League, Pep Club, "L" Raisers, Robbins Hall, Treasurer. JON WHITFIELD, Louisville, Ky.-History, Cardinal, Co-Editor, Feature Editor, Pi Delta Epsilon, Treasurer, BSU, Future Teachers. JOY WILLIAMS, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Delta Zeta, Trustee Scholarship, Future Teachers. JULIA M. WOLFE, Louisville, Ky.-Political Science, Rifle Squad, IRC, French Club, Drama Workshop. GERTRUDE B. WOOTEN, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education. SALLY ANN YANTZ, Louisville, Ky.-Elementary Education, Sigma Kappa, Social Chairman, Registrar, House Manager, Beauty- shop Quartet, Fryberger Sing Leader C3 years,, Ford Scholarship in Elementary Education, WRA, Women's League, Pep Club, "L" Raisers. , my 4 fs JJ , , I -.: 2-z1::ffff:Wf '. 7 - E 1'-,1. 1 '4--6-44 v 1 ',:.:'z:,:.f:f.,:m ' f f Ar' fl! ' ' i:52v,5 ' ',.,'i,2',,f ' f - , . " IL,-115 2.371 . . : .' ' " I ff.?f1'.s..:.' - - 1 - . M,-fc ,. ,vi ' .4-9v.:jg:P. - 15.2.-' ,J T ' ' ' . L' 1 its- ' J 'gg I I . - 1:53, L -' 1 -J M N 4 z I E ' S 4. , . 'I' Kenneth Aizavva Lowell L. Bates Arnold M. Belker James Henery Abell Betty Ashbury Milan W. Beasley Penny Benner A and S JUNIORS Steven Block Libby Bridgwater Neville Caudill Joseph N. Cleveland Norman Bennett Martha Anne Breland Mildred Carter James Clements Sonia Cohen Barbara Ann Coots Herman H. Crase Robert Davis Charles G. Cloud Robert Cole Stanley Crabb, Jr. J. Leighton Crutcher . 1 Jane Anne Dudgeon Leslie Feldhaus Ellis A. Flynn, II Edward Frank Billie Dean Dause Leigh E. Eisenhauer J. Gerald Finley Ann FOl'Cl Vladimir GBSTGViTClf1 Nancy Grossman William R. Handley Ann Hart Harold Lee Gilbert Coleman Groves, II Spencer Harper, Jr, A and S JUNIORS , la, , . . , .:, X x Mary Ann HBYIWGS Harold H, Hinclcs Warren W, Hodge William House John Helclenbrand Earl Hittinger Martha Hodges q Jean Jarett Joan Jarett Naoma Keegan Carolyn Krause Sanolra Long Doris Kaplan William Kopp Betsy Leaclwman Billy Don Lucas Patricia Anne McDevitt Bebe Bailey Billy L. McKinney Don Millure Eleanor McFarland Ruth McKim Peggy Martin Mickey Minsterl William N9Wl4lI'l4, JV- James Perry Martha Rentrow ,Charles Rough Andy Oflutt Clarence Powell Warren Robb A and S JUNIORS Ted Sanders Joyce Ann Smith Charles Stewart Raymond Suell Schoneberg Setzer Lewis Smither John Stone Alfred E. Talbott Preston Teffy, ll W. A. 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Q Ex I 2 ,K f 2 jf SQ I Q- QQ, v Q4 2 ' 'Y Q ry 4 A A M EE. ,.l.., 5 .,g 4 10 5545 I 0 , page f , 93 f l ef' ' Y by Robert Williams er Wheeler 'wa-, was " .f2"fa's'zfs na Qz4 ' - -4" . ft ' el 9 "1 fre-f..'5f u M,-3' ,. af:-:2:::, K-.?521E.f'i3'1 ,ie Sylvia Williams '-1-:52vt'1:f:" am . 4' wt .vm Mr.-,QI 13.12 " .ww j: was 31552311 3:15.51 Q 4 so 5 1 Q fi, 955 -I f"Z .Qi f ' 'Eff' yy, v A ,Q Q 4 4 Q Y 4 Perry Marshall -an fn- M5 .102 a- , .1 ,.-,sf-'Wy .- 4. ,f sf," - .,. ff , v.,w'.g4i I I fa ,f v fl ' f I 3 , .' .. vs s-,ms-.1 , 5, '71 fir- Donald Sanders .1 V 21-f-' , .1 -1, 1 6 1 Q ff f 2 9 I cr YJ' V 'I : Ural Dow Carolyn Jerry Wibbels 'Q'-az-s-Sass, i 'sv-is-was . ' A :wr arse' .- V -A ' 3 U : if: gig Sw :sy :"..',.:1JfL1:5.,,5g5- Q-3, , 5' :-, -5.9 -11: .-I "TQ 1.. f .A ...,. s.Yg , ., 1'-'K L' iw. l it ll 'lc iI ii i li 1 it y. , 4 1 r i ,- -,vw ' 4 g,f:Q.:g .. , f f ,Q lbw. mu.l1.u -I l 111 I ef: wine: w ORGANIZATIONS id- '3 O .Z ,, R-c-, if I, .. .1 W-A ARTS AND sclENcEs I y cs s aw ' I I,-....,'-u A and S STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS President ......,..........,,..................,.. F. ARNOLD GREVER Vice President ...... ........,..... N OEL LYKINS Secretary ......... ........,...... W ESLEY MELTON Treasurer .. ....... . Sergeant-at-Arms HELEN MOHLENKAMP HENRY SUTHERLAND First row, left to right: Wesley Melton, Arnold Grever, Jane Ann Dudgeon Second row: Beth Keister, Helen Mohlenkamp. Third row: Noel Lykins, Paul Coates, Henry Sutherland. Fourth row: Bert Edwards, Earl O'Bannon, Neville Caudill. Fifth row: Ralph Wooton, Jack Meade, Mojo Hollowell. The Arts and Sciences Student Council is composed of twelve students elected by popular vote to serve for a year on the Council. The purpose of the Council is to furnish representation for the students of the College on all matters of common interest. Protects of the group include the annual spring boat ride, senior honor awards and notification of hometown papers of honors awarded students in the College. Honor Societies. Vice President Treasurer .,..... Historian .... Back row, left to right: Dr. William Furnish, Dr. Harvey Lovell. Front row: Ron Kitt Cox, Neville Caudill, Gerald Mc- Cord, Clarke Anderson, Jack Fisher, Irvin E. Bronner. Left to right: Dr. Leonard Koester, Faculty Advisor, Frances Zopff Poth, Vice Presi- dent, Curt Herbert, President, Peggy Baringer, Secretary, Coleman Groves, Treas- urer, Gardner Dixon, Historian, not pictured. l82 President .....,..... Secretary ......, ALPHA EPSILON DELTA Alpha Epsilon Delta is the national honor society tor pre-medical students. It is an affiliated society of the American Associa- tion for the Advancement of Science and a member of the Association of College OFFICERS CLARKE ANDERSON KITT COX , .......... JACK FISHER IRVIN BRONNER NEVILLE CLAUDILL DELTA PHI ALPHA Delta Upsilon chapter of Delta Phi Alpha, the national honorary German fraternity, is very active in promoting interest lp the German language and culture. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The Future Teachers of America organiza- tion affiliates education malors with profes- sional organfzations and develops interest in the professional field. Programs include a monthly business meeting and feature speakers from the educational field. President .... Vice President Secretary ...,...... Treasurer .,...... Historian .... HOME ECONOMICS OFFICERS President JANE ANN DUDGEON Vice President BETTY LEE ASHBURY Secreta ry VALERIA STOPINSKI Treasurer ANN ADE The Home Economics Club pro- - motes activities of general in terest for girls in the Department. Programs are planned that will bi-monthly. OFFICERS LILY KREUTZMAN .E .......... ANN GLASS NADYNE BAKER BARBARA FAH:-22 MARGARET tire First row, left to right: Leanore Sleph, Douglas Sleadd, Myrna Montgomery, Nadyne. Baker, Barbara Farris. Second row: Miriman Schulman, Joann Boerner, Oneida Carden, Starr Craig, Penny Benner. Third row: Peggy Martin, Sally Driscoll, Jeannine Ray, Norma Lawson, Sandra Thompson. Fourth row: Mary Ellen Adams, Geraldine Thielmeier, Lily Dee Kreutzman, Faye Adolphe. Fifth row: Mary Jane Varble, Delores Wright, Ann Glass. Sixth row: Temple Hill, Joy Williams, Ronald Murphy, Martha Ann Breland. CLUB J P i tl W li it be both helpful and enioyable to . Left to right: Louise Sherman, Ann Ade, Alice Allen, Glenda Papon, Donna Lee Beere, Jane Ann Dudgeon, The members' Meetings are Georgia Corley, Miss Weber, Elizabeth Bridgwater, Shirley Ann Rose, Marilyn Camp. l83 NATURAL SCIENCE CLUB The Natural Science Club was re-organized from the Medical Science Club so as to include not only pre-Medical students but instead all students interested in some phase of natural science. During the past year the Club has featured speakers lecturing on such varied topics as narcotics, cancer, astronomy and the physics of mountain climbing. Officers of the Club are John Mar- chica, President, Bob Cambron, Vice President, Bill Bernie, Secretary and Dr. Gerald A. Cole, Facul- tv Advisor. ' WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION The Women's Recreation Association, composed of representatives from all the Women's organiza- tions on campus, encourages participation in the Women's sports program and makes it possible for the girls at the University to avail themselves of this opportunity. Officers of the Association are: Polly Custis, President, Nita Eubank, Vice President, Barbara Evans, Secretary, Mickey Min- sterl, Treasurer. Front row, left to right: Barbara Greenwell, Polly Custis, Helen Baker. Middle row: Helen Riley, Peggy Heldman, Mickey Misterl, Edwina Dulworth, Back row: Carolyn Riley, Ruth Southwick, Nita Eubank, Pat Wheel- er, Barbara Evans, Mildred Carter, Mrs. Arnold. l84 Left to right: Sally Driscoll, Virginia Meyer, Treasurer, Nellie Patterson, Carolyn Krause, Secretary, Delwin Kellerman, Presi- dent, Mickey Minsterl, Temple Hill, Betty Custis, Barbara Hoffman, Sue Ellen Broadus, Vice President. WOMEN'S LEAGUE The Women's League, whose membership consists of women students from several colleges in- the University, seeks to establish a greater unity among these students and to enrich their uni- versity lite. Among the organization's many activities are the Career Day panels, the annual 'Faculty basketball game and the spring Honors Luncheon, where the Sigma Kappa Award for the outstanding senior woman and the Mortarboard citation for the outstanding freshman woman are presented. Inge Hirscheimer and Sharkey Utley Arnett were the respective recipients of the awards in the spring ot i953. KAPPA DELTA Pl Kappa Delta Pi, national honor society in Education, was established at the University of Louis- ville on May 9, 1953. Its purpose is to encourage high professional, intellectual and personal standards and to recognize outstanding contributions to education. Persons invited to ioin the organization must exhibit commendable personal qualities, worthy educational ideals and sound scholarship. Seated, left to right: Joanne Ren- nison, Ollie Bissmeyer, Treasurer, Mary Ann Zuerner, President, Anna Mae Brown, Doris McLimore, Sec- retary. Standing: Anita Boss, Betty John- son, Dean J. J. Oppenheimer, Polly Custis, Nita Eubank, Unidentified, John Freeman, Jewell Brownstein, Reva Stamper. l85 Open house . . . 4 ,mia ' ji V ,f ,W -11,1 Q 11 x 12.2, . 15ei'va?S'3 4 md ,mc - f f J V 4+ 1 . , fu 1 -,M HS' f gg lj X ww ff , L31 V f 1 JL 2 , W ,. - ,f.g.,-.51.-,. .WE?5ii3e5zgms'2m?f':c:Ga F J '-. ff?-k EETLTEEHT . . 4 Hf-gg,myh ,Wfw!g,'.ef- ,Q ' 14 " RP N: 5 f T 'Q" A gf" 3 K .QQ ,gig ' :WV H H ,,-ff: " UE, "" www fu L lf' 1, -'gf'-f'fi mg M5336 -Riff-1 1 ' r :E N L5 'T' - T4 N f any A f'e!1'31l?i5' Comparing drinks ROBBINS HALL MEN'S DORMITORIES There's no place like home! f ia, . fig ' 1 13 -' N Lazy! Studying! Fixing up for that Saturday night date! X -Z-Z.. l" fi- lf" Pii gi.-2. xi ,?,,,-I,-,1. - Q 2 ! SCHOOL 0F BUSINESS DR. JOHN R. CRAF sci-iooi. or BUSINESS Dr. John R. Craf, who has been a member of the faculty of the University of Louisville since 1946, was named Dean of the School of Business in 1953. He is a graduate of the School of Business, Columbia Uni- versity, and the Graduate School of Business Admin- istration of New York University. His objective as Dean of the School of Business is to graduate young men and women who are well trained in business principles and practices, and who are also well versed in liberal arts subjects such as English, history, science and the humanities. The School of Business of the University of Louisville was established in 1953 and was an out- growth of the Economics and Commerce Department in the College of Arts and Sciences. The School provides instruction for qualified students in both business and economics subjects at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Sixty semester hours of academic work in an accredited col- lege or university are required for admission to the School. ' The primary role of the School of Business is to train students who may eventually assume posi- tions of responsibility in the business world. To accomplish this objective, the School of Business seeks to equip its graduates with a broad background of factual business and economic informa- tion, an understanding of the problems of business organizations, the ability to analyze business problems, a knowledge of the use of business machines and the responsibilities of business to the community, state and nation. The rapid industrial and commercial growth of the Kentuckiana area, which has reflected itself in the demand for students trained in business, has led the faculty of the School of Business to es- tablish five curricula: Accounting, Banking and Finance, Management, Marketing and Secretarial Science. Thus, a Business School student specializes in his area of subject matter interest and in addition to the hours of general education courses, completes a core curriculum of business and economics subjects which include principles of accounting, principles of economics, commercial law, corporation finance, personnel management, production management and marketing. The Business School's educational policy is grounded in the concept that education for business, like all education, prepares for living as well as making a living, and it therefore seeks to enroll students of intellectual competence, good character and those well trained in the liberal arts. BUSINESS SCHOOL FACULTY CARL E. ABNER, B.A., M.A., Assistant Professor of Economics ROBERT W. CARNEY, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Assistant Profes- sor of Industrial Relations KATHLEEN DRUMMOND, B.S., M.S., Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science RICHARD L. HITCHCOCK, B.S., C.P.A., Assistant Profes- sor of Accounting FRED W. KNIFFIN, B.S., M.B.A., Instructor of Marketing WILLIAM L. LARGER, B.S., M.B.A., Assistant to the Dean JAMES R. MERRITT, B.A., LL.B., Lecturer in Commercial Law WILLIAM B. PEDEN, B.S., C.P.A., LL.B., Lecturer in Accounting FREDERICK W. STAMM, B.A., M.A., M.B.A., Distinguished Professor of Finance WILLIAM F. THOMPSON, B.S., M.S., Associate Professor of Accounting MARTIN WAGNER, B.A., M.A., Lecturer in Industrial Relations CARL A. WARNS, JR., B.A., LL.B., LL.M., Lecturer in Com- mercial Law BUSINESS SENIORS JOHN H. ALVEY, Louisville, Ky.-Accounting, Phi Kappa Tau, NROTC, Eagle and Anchor Society. COY H. ARNOLD, II, Lancaster, Ky.-Accounting, NROTC, Eagle and Anchor Society. GILBERT BERNARD BOSLER, Fort Wayne, Ind.-Business Management. BROOKS A. CARWIN, JR., Louisville, Ky.-Marketing. EDWARD ANTHONY CRAVER, Louisville, Ky.-Commerce, Pi Kappi Phi, President, Treasurer, Pledgemaster, Student Council, A Sr S Student Council, Interfraternity Council. Business School LAURENCE J. DAUENHAUER, Louisville, Ky.-Accounting, AFROTC, Cadet Major, Arnold Air Society, Executive Officer. RONALD S. DAVIS, Louisville, Ky.-Accounting, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pep Club, IRC, ROBERT JAMES DOLAN, JR., Louisville, Ky.--Accounting, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Fencing Club, "L" Raisers. ROBERT LEE FLOWERS, New Albany, Indiana-Management and Marketing. FRED M. GARRETT, JR., Louisville, Ky.-Marketing, Kappa Alpha, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, lnterfraternity Council, Presi- dent, Golf, 52, 53, Business School Student Council. WILLIAM W. HAGAN, Bardstown, Ky.-Marketing, Lambda Chi Alpha, Cardinal, Newman Club, "L" Raisers. GILBERT H. HITTINGER, Louisville, Ky.-Accounting. DAVID ALLEN JONES, Louisville, Ky.-Accounting, Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice President, Social Chairman, Omicron Delta Kappa, Cardinal, Business Manager, USC, President, Ky.-Tenn. Region, NSA, Thoroughbred, Business School Editor, Student Chest Commission Chairman, NROTC, Eagle and Anchor Society, BSU, Board of Student Publications, Dean's List, Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities. ROBERT A. KOEBERLEIN, Louisville, Ky.-Marketing. JOHN KEITH KRACHA, Two Rivers, Wis.-Management. JOHN H. KREUSENKLAUS, Louisville, Ky.-Marketing, Business School Student Council, Newman Club, "L" 0 Raisers. WILLIAM LEONARD LIVELY, Harrodsburg, Ky.-Accounting, Football, 51, 52, 53, Business School Student Council, President, "L" Club. MARTIN S, MARGULIS, Louisville, Ky.-Management, Alpha Phi Omega, President, Secretary, Treasurer, AFROTC, lst Lieu- tenant, Class Representative. ROBERT L. MILLEN, Louisville, Ky.-Accounting, Kappa Alpha, President, lnterfraternity Council. ARTHUR L. MORGANSTERN, Poland-Business Administration. JOHN A. MUENZ, Louisville, Ky.--Accounting. .nqm Z .,l' l ' ii I 5 I 1 if , . 5 I .,.' I A I K - I N , n X . ,.,.,, 2 it '. , il , - , . 4- 1 5 . .,,...... .... .. .. ....s. .L ....... ,.,-........... . L , ' ' , if ' 7 ...--. .- 1 ,Q will - ' .,.-... , .- if 1-L 'dl' - j ' ' li I ' 3 'itlii ' ' . t L ' 5 ' I x RONALD LEWIS MYLES, Chicago, Illinois-Commerce, Management, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary, Treasurer, NROTC, Pi Delta Epsilon, President, IRC, President, USC, International Commissioner, A 81 S Student Council, Secretary, Cardinal, Manag- ing Editor, News Editor, Thoroughbred, Senior Co-Editor, Segue, Editor-in'Chiet, Masthead, Editor-in-Chief, Buccaneer, Editor-in-Chief, Navy Drill Team, Newman Club, Vice President, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. GRADY E. PARHAM, Louisville, Ky.-Marketing, Newman Club, Free Lancers. GOLDIE C. RAMSEY, Madisonville, indiana-Business Education, Independent Women, President, Social Chairman, Thorough- bred, Future Teachers of America, Women's League, WRA. SCHERRILL G. RUSSMAN, Louisville, Ky.-Accounting, Alpha Phi Omega, IRC. G. STEWART RUTLEDGE, Louisville, Ky.-Management, Kappa Alpha, Treasurer, Censor, Pep Club. JULIA E. SHELTON, Louisville, Ky.-Management, Kappa Delta, President, Editor, Scholarship' Chairman, Panhellenic Council, President, Cardinal, Co-Editor-in-Chief, News Editor, Schools Editor, Board of Student Publications, Pi Delta Epsilon, Vice President, Cwens, Mortar Board, IRC, President, Secretary, USC, IRC Commission Chairman, NSA, Vice President, Ky.- Tenn. Region, NSA Congress, Convocations Committee, Exchange Student to Sarah Lawrence College, Women's League, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Business School Student Council, Secretary. JAPETH W. TURLEY, Corydon, indiana-Management, IRC, "L" Raisers. B U S T N S E N Ngliehlziv bIbthJuB:lE:es:mSch-btollnseh- iors, are mistakenly located in the A and S senior section. BUSINESS JUNIORS Robert Palmer Sue Ellen Lovell Ray C. Curtis B. Bender Bradley Broadus Doughten Glass Hill Raymond John G. Marvin James Robert Herbert Hines Hoar I Katzman Logsdon Martin Miller, Jr Helen Richard Silas E. Charles Edith Dan Mohlenkamp Palmer Ryan Thomas Tingle Ulmer, Jr. I, . ., 5 ,V x we-.41 4.4. w,:::---',ff'Hf- . fi57,f5fEC,5:':'3':-Ea ,t . .. -.ft fam" ,Z?'F'.'CE '1,1Z"'.-W " '-.Wjzf , f-'- -"- 'kiwi-1'-"'ww-I :za 5- 1: 1,110-.2-fx-1-w - yy 5... f ' if 'ns . f 'L 'J'-,ffm 'Q Aifv !1fq'l is-AWN ., ,J 5, ft' 2 W A 'flirty 4 1 , ,M 2452 Business School secretaries, Bonnie Kathleen Drummond. Schultz, Assistant, and Miss I "sch, Mr. Hitchcock's Cost Accounting class. "Professional" gathering! On the porch! X 7 f S1 A' !' Ui "-" .xx .9 ..-5: Ll 11 nJ1J1q S X Q! i I 5, TN Ll. fd Q gl T' A' A F gr Tl -- f , ' F " WJ T. , Af. N1 , AT 1: jj, l fm Km I Q5 F? xfmwi N En 1 WM X fx, M N- U xl LLM L-,L SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY The School of Dentistry was organized in 1886 as The Louisville College oT Dentistry and was affiliated with Central University of Richmond. Kentucky. ln l9l8, The School of Dentistry was re- organizvd as a school of The University and is well-known Through- out The nation Tor its selection ot curriculum and The maintenance of its modern clinic and laboratories. The school is located aT Brook and Broadway. lt is Tully accredited by The Council on Dental Education of The American Dental Association. Dr. Raymond E. Myers, Dean of The School of Dentistry, since 1945, received his B.S. and D.D.S. degrees 'From The University of Louisville. He is a Fellow of The American College of Dentists, a member of Omicron Kappa Upsilon, a national dental scholastic fraternity, Phi Kappa Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa and many other professional and social organizations. Dean Myers is widely known Tor his research in The Tield of dental metallurgy. RAYMOND E. MYERS Dean DENTAL SCHOOL FACULTY JOHN L. CLINES, D.M.D. D. T. CUMMINS, D.M.D. HUBERT FIELDS, D.M.D. A. B- COXWEU-, D-M-ll JOHN P. CURD, B.S., D.D.S. H. A. GILMORE, D.D.S. R. F. GRIDER, B'A.l D.M.D. F. S. KUHN, D.M.D. W. M. RANDALL, D.D.S., F.A.C.D. WOODFIN HUTSONl D.D.S. T. E. LOGAN, B.S., D,M,D, VINCENT A. TAGLIARINO, D.M.D. FACULTY NOT PICTURED: J. A. Atkinson, D.D.S., M. L. Barnes, B.A., M.D., R. P. Bowen, D.M.D., J. R. Bustetter, D.D.S., R. M. Carter, D.D.S., W. F. Cautrell, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Jack Chumley, B.S., M.D., L. S. Coblin, B. S., D.D.S., C. H. Eller, B.A., M.D., D.P.H., Capt. W. B. Bell, D.D.S., H. A. Hannett, B.S., D.M.D., J. C. Harlowe, B.A., D.D.S., Ben H. Hollis, B.S., M.D,, Frank B. Hower, D.D.S., F.A.C.D.g J. A. Kennedy, B.A., Ph.D., Letitia S. Kimsey, B.S., M.D., P. K. Knoefel, B.A., M.A., M.D., S. Kornhauser, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Emil Kotcher, B.A., M.A., D.Sc., Chester C. Kratz, BS., D.M.D., H. C. Lawson, B. A., Ph.D., M.D., Pat H. Lyddan, D.D.S., Robert L. McGeachin, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., B. F. Mclntosh, B.A., Ph.D., Jos. R. Merritt, B.A., LL.B.p Dan- Y. Burrill, B.A., LL.B., D.D.S., M.S., F.A.C.D., Ernest U. Bolton, D.D.S., William H. Adams, D.M.D., Edward B. Gernert, D.M.D., R.M, Herd, D.D.S., E. C. Hume, D.D.S., Robert L. Sprau, D.D.S., F.A.C,D., Henry M. Wilbur, D.D.S., M.S., William R. Wolfe, D.M.D., A. J. Miller, M.D., W. S. Rehm, Jr., B.A., Ph.D., M.D., J. R. Robinson, D.D.S., J. B. Rogers, B.A., M.A., M.D., E. P. Scott, B.A., M.D., J. E. Skaggs, D.M.D., J. H. Springsted, B.S., D.D.S., F.A.C.D.y F. Sherman Vogt, D.M.D., Chas. A. Woerner, B.S., Ph.D., M.D. I96 ROBERT L. ALLEN, Clarkson, Ky.-Treuecca Nazarene College, Cumberland College, Union College. ARTHUR N. ANDERSON, Jr., Hopkinsville, Ky.-Western State College, B.S., Delta Sigma Delta. HALBURN C. ARNETT, Mayfield, Ky.-Baylor University, University of Louis- ville, Western Ky. State College, B.S., Delta Sigma Delta, Phi Delta, Omi- cron Delta Kappa, President, Dental School Student Council. EUGENE BALDWIN, Campbellsville, Ky.-University of Kentucky, Lindsey Wilson College, B.S., Eastern Ky. State College, Delta Sigma Delta. JULIAN BENTON, Hazard, Ky.-Eastern Ky. State College, University of Louisville, Psi' Omega. JACK TERRELL BIRTLES, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, Delta Sigma Delta, Worthy Master, 1953-54. RANDALL V. BLINCOE, Louisville, Ky.-Western Ky. State College, University of Louisville, USC. HAL JAY BOARD, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, A.B., Delta Sigma Delta. THOMAS CARROLL BOYKIN, Sims, N.C.-East North Carolina College, B.A., Delta Sigma Delta, Historian, 1953-54. GORDON BROWNING, Dry Ridge, Ky.-Eastern Ky. State College, B.S., Sec- retary, Senior Class, Thoroughbred, Dental School Co-Editor, Phi Delta, Delta Sigma Delta, House Manager, 1953-54. ' ' iff: 1 1 ' 5 xii? ,Lf fa i' . ".:1.,.Yx ,tt ' ' Q 551255. -,. . 55.3, ! 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P fa ff 5 P ..,y...4.?.2-.QQ A ' , , . f ft A ea f A L sm ' ,U I ji .. , 4.1.47 M I 'l Zia: ':1':2:,.-' 'LY -' ' ' -gf.-5 J, v W ,KV 7 ' if" J: 7215 522 ' ' W ., .,.,..1f, ,.f , .M.Q,4af X ,,,,,, . ,,,, ., .,, ,,,, 1 .W ,,,. , ..,,,, ' Q, ,z-wp: ff-3-,:xf,f-'--' .,,. L , i , ., ,, V fy ' ,, ..,. ,... , ..Af,, .1 H Wk! f 1 GQ!! . , . ,fn .rf ff , .4 , - f, ,: , . v.,..,.-: QW? , ' ,, QQ 4 ,MM ,W ge wa , 4 fin ' EV R. X 5 ..r . , l , 49" Y . .4 DENTAL SENIORS ELMER C. BRYANT, Jr., Louisville, Ky.-University of Kentucky, University of Louisville, B.A., Psi Omega. JOHN CAVANAUGH, Louisville, Ky.-Youngstown College, B.A., Beta Delta, Psi Omega, Junior Grand Master, 1953-54, Vice President, Freshman Class. RICHARD I. COCKE, JR., Wickliffe, Ky.-Murray Ky. State College, B.S., Psi Omega. JOHN DAVID CRAFT, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., USC, 1950-51. SILAS M. CRASE, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Psi Omega. JAMES T. ENGLE, Hazard, Ky.-Morehead State College, Ky. Wesleyan, Uni- versity of Louisville, Beta Delta. GUY E. FIEBIGER, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Psi Omega. WILLIAM W. FISHER, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, University of Kentucky, B.S., Psi Omega, Omicron Delta Kappa. QUENTIN Z. FRAZIER, Eubank, Ky.-Western Ky. State College, B.S., Uni- versity of Kentucky, M.S., Psi Omega, Historian, Beta Delta, Secretary.: Vice President, Junior Class. ARTHUR FRIEDMAN, Newark, New Jersey-Alpha Omega. I97 I ,!,f,,g ., fr ar BILL CALVIN FULLER, Franklin, Ky.-Western Ky. State College, Delta Sigma Delta, Grand Master, Junior Page, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta, President Junior Class, Dental School Student Council, USC. JACK THOMAS GIANNINI, Princeton, Ky.-University ot Kentucky, B.S., Psi Omega. WILLARD THOMAS GILLESPIE, Owensboro, Ky.-Uni- versity ot Kentucky, B.S., Psi Omega. JOSEPH WHITNEY GREEN, Lebanon, Ky.-Western Ky, State College, University ot Louisville, Psi Omega, Grand Master, Phi Delta, President, Beta Delta, President, Omicron Delta Kappa, Dental School Student Council, USC. MONTE JACK GROSS, Hazard, Ky.-University ot Louisville, B.A., Psi Omega. CHARLES E. GULLETT, West Liberty, Ky.-University of Kentucky, B.S., University ot Louisville, Delta Sigma Delta, Beta Delta, Vice President, Dental School Student Council, USC. CAROLL BEN HALL, Louisville, Ky.-Western Ky. State College, University ot Syracuse, Syracuse, N.Y., University ot Louisville, B.S., Psi Omega, Secre- tary, lnterfraternity Council, Secretary, Treasurer. ELBERT A. HAMPTON-University of Kentucky, Lees Junior College, President, Senior Class. WILLIAM JOSEPH HENDERSON, Mt. Vernon, Ky.- Berea College, Eastern Ky.'State College, B.S., M.A., Delta Sigma Delta. JOE TAYLOR HYDEN, Prestoasburg, Ky.-University ot Kentucky, B.A., President, Freshman Class, Psi Omega. JOHN H. KIRKLAND, Jr., Rock Hill, S.C.-Furman University, B.S., Beta Delta, Phi Delta, Vice President. NATHANIEL ROCHESTER LAYSON, Bowling Green, Ky.-Western Ky. State College, B.S., Delta Sigma Delta, lntertraternity Council. THOMAS A. MILLER, Boresville, Ky.-Western Ky. State College, Delta Sigma Delta. HOLLIS E. MITCHELL, Princeton, Ky.-George Pea- body College, B.S., Evansville College, Delta Sigma Delta. ANDREW MOORE, Ashland, Ky.-University of Louis- ville, B.A., Ashland Junior College, University ot Kentucky, Delta Sigma Delta, Phi Delta, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. WILLIAM CLIFF MOORE, Jr., Charleston, S.C.-CoI- lege of Charleston, B.S., Delta Sigma Delta, Treas- urer, Phi Delta, Treasurer, Omicron Delta Kap- pa, Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities. HARRY NAVARRE, Los Angeles, California-Compton Junior College, Los Angeles City College, Uni- versity ot Southern California, Furman University, Delta Sigma Delta, Vice President, Senior Class. WILLIAM GASTON PENNY, Pikeville, Ky.-Wake For- est College, N.C., B.S., Delta Sigma Delta, Omi- cron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta, Dental School Stu- dent Council, USC, Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities. JACK R. PERCIFUL, Mt. Vernon, Ky.-Eastern Ky. State College, B.S.,, Delta Sigma Delta, Beta Delta, Treasurer, Freshman Class. GEORGE HATCHER PERDUE, Ceredo, W.V.-UnIver- sity of Kentucky, Marshall College, Delta Sigma Delta, Phi Delta, Secretary, Beta Delta, Vice President. EDWARD N. PORTER, Blending, Utah-St. John's Uni- versity, University of Kentucky, Psi Omega, Den- tal School Student Council, 1951-52, MARVIN R. PORTER, Burlington, Ky.-Villa Madonna College, Delta Sigma Delta. ALBERT W. REEDY, Jr., Newport, Ky.-University of Cincinnati, Xavier University, Villa Madonna Col- lege, Delta Sigma Delta, Treasurer, Sophomore Class. WILLIAM C. REYNOLDS, Lexington, Ky.-University of Kentucky, B.S., Psi Omega, Secretary, Sopho- more Class. iz, - -:ss ,wg v-.2 '1:f3:-- . 2 ,- ., f .s'?3t'?'f 2 L .,.,:,-.aims 4.15, g .1,'::....z:,ge 2 ?.5Z??1iQ5'5 " 5St af. , - Ne w f.-g:s2.f2:f?"?-f,:'P551 f "Ziff i E f '. : 'pi ,.2. " ,.,.,,,: ,saith ROBERT B. RUDOLPH, Paducah, Ky.-University of Louisville, University of Alabama, Murray Ky. State College. JAMES R. SAWYER, Williamsburg, Ky.-Cumberland College, Union College, Psi Omega. THOMAS C. SCHOLL, Evansville, Indiana-Indiana University, Evansville College, Psi Omega. THEODORE SEGAL, Brooklyn, New York-Mohawk College, New York University, Alpha Omega, Treasurer, President. NORVIL SPEARS, South Shore, Ky.-University of Kentucky, B.S., Psi Omega, Treasurer, Senior Class. JAMES A. STEWART, Louisville, Ky.-University of Chattanooga, B.S., Psi Omega, Sergeant-at-Arms. EDGAR GORDON STURGILL, Harold, Ky.-Pikeville Junior College, University of Louisville, B.S. CARL W. TOVVNSEND, Carlisle, Ky.-Eastern Ky. State College, B.S., Delta Sigma Delta, Scribe, i953-54. JlMMlE A. VANCE, Caldwell, West Virginia-Concord College, B.S., Delta Sigma Delta. ROBERT COOK WESLEY, Jamestown, Ky.-Berea Col- lege, B.A., Psi Omega. SAMUEL T, WlLLlAMS, Jr., Beaver Dam, Ky.-West- em Ky. State College, B.S., Psi Omega. STEVEN O. WOODARD, Jr., Paducah, Ky.-Murray State College, Memphis State College, Psi Omega. ,Qi N-A -1? ,-Q. Robert C. Andrevv ga we ' 1: .f- -za-wwf ,..' 1- 11 .Y , - 14 2 1. 1--' '1' 1 - L.. 1 gg-. ' '11 : . Mgmt ...1.... ,1.,x11. 1:-1-1, 1,g, fa.: '. 151, J - Q.-W " -Wi' ' -- 1 x 0 f ' Ez ' if A KK 1,511 4 1' ,s1 1 11 ' Z 1 1 sf 3, if ,fr 3 .I , ,411 Z if fl s Ar I f S7944-12-vw-7!"cZo 1 251' ' 'ggi '.?fY:j7Q11J.'gg - . .,s14- ' 14 Ke I-11 :ffm .1-as-al-fi? 1 ,,,1-3.5 -. ' 11122 11-112: 1 we ,.,,,. 1 . .,,. .,,. , 1 .- ff 'sfwi 21fH'1' 1 +12 1 sfaz1.1::1f:2 .1 , 1 N1 ? 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Wilmoth Harry Worden DENTAL W. . 5 S av?" v Q - ff .e::g, , 4 W X- - '. i . 1..2' 1-r , , .. 1-:fi T - as 'QQ z ,fn R ' 4' . f 3 :N f "W -Yi12v..?'Y "2Z:.c': .7 ' . says. ' ...L ?f?','W fwrxfa . ' .- rwQ'35a: A 422.1 'XQSLLN f r Q' -my , -Q J. . 2 t " . 'ti saving I . 0 Lg. Q ' ' x"3r':' , 1' . x X ,ayfgii l .- ff .. 4-mam. . af rw. 2...-Magi lag ' - - 14 -.5 5-: A 4-wg ....- . Nav . My , .. . -zywavq,-N-W www 1 V- 'y f .f11 ::f. " I 2,55 Mis.. fe: h- ts ' . .. . eg.. -it-.X I . an ,QW . .fa V5 g 3 v',?5 1 ,, Q f rg J My Q , 0 X Y ,V is fe s " . Sf, Q9 4 ' 5 4 Gb! g 2 Q 5' 0. SOPHOMORES Thomas Allensworth, Jr. Eugene Arnett Jr. . .. , . .. ww, i ' I- 'N .s ... ' '-Q ff: g.j','jf,E'f,l : . 1-.15g..:g-.5251 +- il x , .g X , Otis Kent Back Robert Barr Edmounds Barton William D. Blair James D. Browning Bruce H. Carter William W. Carter Lewis G. Casteel Billy J. Creech William G. Crews Robert C. 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M. 11' A John Hauenstein -.gg ' Oakley James L Holmes l l H. S. L Humphreys t Jr. l Eugene lson J. Paul l Jones John R. Jones L John C. Leist R. s. Martin Matthews 5 , 'l Herman ' Miracle Y AJ Z '3 Dempsey 1 if. f Moore A-41 ' r -fi: "l fizxxs-51211-,, gm-:fi-f.-2 N-53:5 Homer Osborne V . T' f'?- ,Aff AQ" Sam Vea DENTAL SOPHOMORES l l T 2 ,,, M Q ? ff M' in QS 'W i f, Q , if A s' pr nf ,W " we I 7 5' 5 M Wi, A , ?'g",jf , NYQ l 'rf gy? 4, A g X -new ay, 0 1 ' H N1 t .1 X? Y' f ff 11... ,..,,, ag ..,, ga., gig, 1 1 ' W, , .534 Q M ffm' 4 3 A 17140 as 1 Q f k ' , J 1 -if 4w-',:vr:'a-'- '24 4, 1 4 K f I John Parler, Jr. William C. Ratlitf Jack Razor John Rice Earl Schuh William E. Smith Robert Sta rnes Joseph H. Strong Charles Thiel Gilbert Thompson 1,2-1-. -M , 'xrfaggf jQs'2- :-3,5 - 145 2 ffm ,, 1 X Nm rw H Y MN M2 s 'J ls' 4' Q yx f Q5 0 J AMN Mi- ,QA s f P W2 s W ' ' ' me f Y f ii ,M sb , wi t ff " ,fx V A wg, Y 5,94 QU aa w S- 4 8' if of gsw: -3- , -gil., z. ,Q .. . 7:1-.wi ' '- .-as-,rf ,ng 2 me " 1 . f 'E W 7 V s ' 5- ' '!4!93:8Ez11:i:i:'.f: - 'MY'-,'x'-.:i':2 ,.. , . , , .,:. f Az. - ,.:XN-- 3255 4392ff1l:?:1 :fr -:vw we-V w i.-.vs.,isv,,e 2:-.imszsf sis-fer-M - WX? -f 2"I.?Ei'?1t51Q' f ,, , .Q :I AF , . 'M . F4 ' , I., 91 , ' T ,, 4 '1,:72::-is 5, ff'1:,.,.-2 , ,. , ,, , 03, - 1 ,z -4 n,..fpI-',sl"' , r p 'gpg' mi' . ' X Mr? ft, 1 f A ,A f .4 . .. a , ,, , A A vi vi af A John 1 Vitamvas Wm il Hank i, Willen if il. i .pn Donald . Winclmiller D , V. li i 4 Kenneth it Wise l Small-try dentistry! Benton Wright William B Brennan Edward Burkhardt DENTAL FRESHMEN Stanley Baldwin William Berger Robert Bevis Richard Birmingham Www Q1 - - -V V' iw-.-Qc, + Xia, l air, - ir rm - ' A' 3- ' rewgae an 4 "ix IQ. wb 0 v ,A L X ltfaax jf Egg F, 4 Sas X ,L . Amir fwv an y x P? are " Q 1. W mi Q, 2 X fx 1 Civil R s Z! ? ff , 1 .33 -JM A ' , A ,, rlfif f -. .-i, L Lia it 2 5 ., , 1' A ww - rv 2 .fmg,,., fer-' .. '.:: .. fl ' a 1 , - '1- 43 94 . r fs' :rf 'fs' ' Y . fb V 1-ref, B' av :sg , "4 We -'.:5LI1.2' "1 I f if -,4 if 2 ""'ff7:' ZKWLGN . .' '31 ff :zmagf rt f rx fs W Y f , X 7 C I 45 Q X vp W Q, X J I s rf 3 5 V ' 4 0,1 rt H Y 4 A M ,lf rwif Za' we :J yy 1 f as .asggx A , 4. , 5 4 , r gf , f f 6, 5547 7 r gr, '34 Lawrence Carnes Shelley Caulder Jack Chastain Joseph Conners Raymond Croce ,V ez , 1 .gfgffz . 'azz :' 4,w:w . 13,22 Q ,, X, ,Wg-5:1 avg., gf -' ,V .-L f f r a .ft . 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JJ, 'Q L, ' U v t yi DENTAL SCHOCL STUDENT COUNCIL X. ,: '. ' '5 E'5E'35SXi21N493 . X.. ,, ' v r' "-'-x,rxsrz1:XiI2 X -' ,'4g:,:,xax. e -,sm.,, 6 ::Z:f:-.1- -K -2, av. 5152 Halburri Arnett Gordon Browning James Edwards Frank Giglia Elbert l-lamplon 2' 1i:fQIf?'rE'j-' 'I:"5 'FE'i' '?-ri -A , --,. ,. V . .L . . , .q,,-,iw .., c,,,.. ,., ,, ,g, ., , -, - ., ,V .1 -"- f ., ., A ' .r 2, .... , - erzgzfggvggiegrirk, 3,,'. gj--.'::j-gg:- gAg ':-m y -:egg-ga sggfr .: .::..f.Pq5' 'A-,gg-.,' :'5:i1-19,35 - - .V - ,.::::1 L,:':..g3:1 5 gf 231. V . L, '19 'ue,,:.,, .. - f .5 :I ?.:efrm:f:x:ZzSf:'. -xi:---- H-2' -. f::::s- .-:r:2::.- "-'- 411: -. V , , -Q: - A uv: gf'f:kf:M9,S:-J: " Q SC2EiI",.3-TQVJ9' Ji UV: '5'5EfY6:c Q1' ,j" 1 1'-5-Q-, fi 52, 3' I ' X -'Fi i: -- r " - "v' 1 1 4 Q.:-M5 'H ' 5? "in ' 'f .Jak -, ,meusefru .L .M -"- . Robert Kralz William Penny Earl Schuh Randolph Walthall Harry Worden OFFICERS Presidenf ...,.....,. ..... H ALBURN ARNETT Vice President .,...,.., .,.,.. J AMES EDWARDS Secretary-Treaaurer ..,.. SHELDON BENJAMIN President .......... . ....... JOSEPH GREEN '5fi'I'5E sT -WEE 'lft'ii'7i5Q'- T545 P 'f' . .. .- -. ' - . , TTT?-::'i.r" if-I. . . -I7 - ig 'ii' .f f . '11 fi -ia,- ' fa-1 ' , , .-" V51-I '53-I P I '- . X - .. . ,- - Q i . . - . A - . - 1 'J 55-,.s-15,5-1 f - g-f,:,:. +A-5,11 ,319-2, ,',,,a 1' - - ., -Q - - . ,g- :I -1, - - .-.g,g-11-5, 1,--1-'f--,N -. , ,- .- - .. , 0' '-' ,L.:3.:v -'-ry f','-air ' - . '. ., . .., .5 sos.. bg. . M.. . . 4 r., . . J.. ff.. f ffaffgif. . 4 .4 . .. g, Y sf -.ff-ss:-sz-s'w-view rf - - --cs. .: .-'Q-.sa 'QS . .. . - +- 37' f .- -1- 'ur -- f ---4 tr- .f 45:5-4 me-' - fn Ie' 'ff ' -.-1--W' 'if - - ' , -for . if 1 - ' . - -- -"- " 5 5 . IM. , ,,,. .. . ,. ,I , ,. ,.,44w.,, e,.,.Ug',.. ,, ,V ., . ...ir a-.E--2 - f-' f'--.- ' 1, x. '- 5.-'iw-me 'rw - - - -' -- ' T- E- I-09-an l'lall9Ul'l'1 Lawrence Gordon James Bill Joe Elbert Faculty ACiVfSOl' AFTIGTT Barker Browning Edwards Fuller Green Hampfgn ' 1 - tri 2""iZ'-. -93:1 'TM-S.. " sf' " .."!-.,- ' ' '-J ' v-'fra' fig-if I 5 ,, , i, -' T' 2'-It--4 tl -5 161- ,gf-,:, 3 t j 5 ' 1 - f- ' . ' -IH1QZQ?1::9'i: Q ' . we we .- . ..,,. Mfr, M . ,. -- , A - 4 ,J , . ...A .. . . . -,L . - p 3-,W -s . . f - . f1-- - -. -wwgmygf :- - .. 4.2 . Z ,. -4 -ff .:. 1 j . ,-V, -. f. ' , mms ,, sr ., :- James John Robert Willis Arsclrgw Hofmann Kirkland Kratz Littleton Moore William C. Moore PHI DELTA HONORARY DENTAL FRATERNITY lill OFFICERS Vice President ...,.. Secretary .......... Treasurer ..,.., Advisor ....,. JOHN KIRKLAND .. GEORGE PERDUE WILLIAM MOORE, JR. DR. T. E. LOGAN Wil Penny liam George Perdue f' ' " .1 , 4 ' f -"Y ,332-3. fi, - - f...y,,z:-sm--. :Aff -,-22,--'-: -' . -2, 1s.-a:,'2:..- , ' '- 4-..,.:.--,.sm:4gQ 4. - - -f.,w9:g! - gy, 'r -1 -4.-, 2 1 , f iff .: '- tz, : ,. -. f ft Y w 2 73- r ,., H . - I f, ,,-- -J 14.9 , if " 'fi . --Q'-4-.. Andrew Polites Jeff Ross E. T. Scrivner Phi Delta Prosthetic Fraternity was organized at the School of Dentistry in i940 to promote interest and to stimulate study in the various phases of complete denture prosthesis. Students in the upper third of the class at the beginning of the iunior year may be elected to membership and are presented with an appro- priate certificate of membership at the time of graduation. BETA DELTA HONORARY DENTAL FRATERNITY Beta Delta Fraternity was established at the School of Dentistry in T943 to foster and develop a common interest in further study of oral pathology and diagnosis, oral medicine and preventative dentistry. Member- ship is elective and is open to all students of the iunior and senior classes who profess a special interest in S these fields of dental health service. OFFICERS President JOSEPH GREEN Vice President GEORGE PERDUE Secretary QUENTIN FRAZIER Treasurer W. C. MOORE, JR. Advisors DR. H. M. WILBUR DR. R. P. BOWEN Charles Elbert Gullett Hampton Lawrence John Barker Cavanaugh James Engle Frazier Quentin I I Charles Joe I Gravitt Green -- " -4+ f- -ff f .. - f -'-' - - 'X ,:ag::,.:,rf:-gf-sr -Q., v: L at -: .---AM' -6 ,ff , f - .- ,-.1 -W .- .pzaytg if- iw. ff' MP - -44 t t . - p ' - i'i- - ' J, .A L, ,.,., fl, .. ws. , ,, uv ., Q , z. f, , . ,. .,,. .Q . . . ., ,. ffggy.. , , f .. ,, ,,, .. sf . :.- - wc, if ft-. J. -gf.-., ., . - Q ,,,,.-.,:.t,,,K,,,.-,..L.. I ... y- d im KW ,gf Mm rg ' 11- r, . -tg-K ,f Q". ' fi 'nt' f " ' . ' .:-'-:.,Q'f . .1 ,. - 'jg-::"'7Ql -f j -'.,k- . 15' ' Jig :c5:3:-zflliwy' -5:-3 1' 1" .6fy,4"S'f ' Q33-' -V,L'l'.- '- E "" 1251- . 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" ' " ' "' ,,P., rtt, . ' i'ii . it ..i'- ' "-" ' r ,..., ,Q 4.zfa,5g.q....e-9,13 ',g.:. . Q, ,. . .ha - ' .,,. . I if 1 '. H 5 " 'S LW Bill C. Frank Charles Bob William J. James H. S. EUQ'-me Fuller Giglia Gullett Hatchett Henderson Holmes Humphreys Ison " Carroll J. Paul Nathaniel Joseph Thomas Hollis Johnston Jones Layson List Miller Mllcllell DELTA SIGMA DELTA DENTAL FRATERNITY Delta Sigma Delta Fraternity was founded at the University of Michigan November 15, 1882. Epsilon Epsilon chapter received its charter at the University of Louis- ville on April 28, 1914. The fraternity was the first to restrict its membership to students in dentistry and practitioners ot dentistry. OFFICERS Grand Master ..,. Worthy Master .,.. Scribe . Treasurer ..... Historian ...... BILL C. FULLER JACK T. BlRTLES CARL W. TOWNSEND SAM C. POTTER THOMAS C, BOYKIN Senior Page ...,. Junior Page Tyler ............... Faculty Advisor Assistants .,,. ,, HALBURN C. ARNETT DALLAS WILLOUGHBY WILLIAM G. PENNY . DR. PAT H. LYDDAN DR. C. L. HOWERTON DR. WILL H. FIELDS Herman Miracle V, -A . I .ii X 1ii.LQsx ..c X 1 r Q. X x . xx i X Q C Qytx X 5 xx xx il Y X my A H X. William Penny N-emma.-..fz, X. .. - fs.ee,...bg, 5,2 .:. r N I xx X X o be ,Q ,, X 'Ji 5 , ssh, ri , I vs Xb Q x X X5 me Sf ,dn C 4 I Jett Ross Z:V?132.lfqr::2fff:Lf5fEIflEIfZ:'1.?57355,393:12 re:':'.i v -22-1':s'al:tfi:l22i2E :sl-"W .f-esizfssqizsga. .,. " :f'1s .,'ii:5:,:' egg. 51 ' ' ., . Randolph iWalthalI wb. , S , -N ww'-swear' r' .1 si. Wifi iii' S' 244'-A i . . .. 3132? :g': L.rL".. .. 'ws 11..1i1- rw S ' ' M QW Jw S D Q., ,gg X K 4 9 pk, ,X f :E K- . . N.. SQ T A. X x ,N ' 5 ,xo 2 4 Ax , Ancl rew Moore Z... .3-,gy s?1.iiQ .,- My Jr 'K " - . ...,.9i,g.45g -,fs-.-Q: :'2igf:gzz. -' ggsgf: 'fill N- 1.2 ,r'5??r'lWf' fi:' 17" -- 'Effggiggii-F , A V 4 W s A K W 6 cc i .sw 3, qi? X: S X4 , i A l ii? wg , 4 m....i ' ss-'..s.:+,ff2 .. . x ' wx-3' iz William C. Moore A s X f I 1 Mx ' , 2 MQKZKT- in :- att- '- . ,+ f ,Qs t , Q A V , L fi x 1 0 ji " 1 fi r CJK l Harry Na Varre 0,eT'WZ? ti. " ... 2522?-f2fZ?:'5i1:2' H., ., ' - f f 511. :2f1?11":.:-.et fi! " ..'?9j.,, . . . y.h,,,.f.4 .1 , ,. 1 . 1 ,.. ,M . .. .. .. W4 4,,Q, ..,. f -' V 'F' A412225 :H f, .- -' A , A. I . I WI , , J, J " ' 4 " .st - .. ' 2 2s.:w.,-.5:5-:i,:'-rw-.5-f: ,lf-.ww ,L ,.:5,,.,.Q...,, ' "-' X- '4-' ::,,:,g--ozgggm-.,.,,, ' XR HP 'W' MPet?-21-3WPCF-E+E':5!?'35E, 531.-A:-:?'x-GK" ' ' 'E-'2Y5l!..i'?.'.? 'E' '':I:'J'4Q'f'li2,5?'fCf-2:22 ' A H 'f ---11 ' 1-'si' f' If-V51 . 4 . Ifi..,f5zg5ff4: - ..r-:W - Ns '-1 :4f:.:.-fu fuss-vw, ,- 'ffwkg--qw Us n-5357" 4" H511 -L lr-.f-.fri -. -2 9 -' .Y lgfvg -'-,,a:,.':-gy ggwpgqs Q' , j SSSQF A N. '. X ' ri- f- -X :sz-54.4 - - - -1 5-Ffifti ,afflfsfr ' 'r '- 5 - ,, w w- -- :WSL wg-gs .- - f.cez:f,g kwa . i , . .. Q. 'ga .-Q l-farsfs?3-esi Ms. '- " f zixsezzf fi Mi, e M ' -zg,ig.1.- is 6235 5-JW i- .' , sift ' M91 .. - N r si- .1 Z f - Jack Perciful f':J:..,AX 515:22 .:V 5."ff'P':.q:5q w 1., Pan . ai .-7 Kb . ,Sq -- .gzgsfi N' Q 1 , Earl Schuh Robert L. Wells George H. Perdue 'Sr c v I x ' 4. L+ E :I s w Q , L Robert Sullivan Andrew Polites Roger Noonan John Oakley Ben Pence nm!! -- . ., .1 'J' . 1 1, ,V ,wr-wi. ff . . V AEM 3,4741 . f ,fr 4. 44 . 53 ,-f -L gy -,. A ry. K L, Kenneth Pennington 1 ,V 1 W-:z,.. V ,sl . ,, .,:-pg C i J: 5- " ' W'f'-'-F251-'lrirs Iv:-i2'1' , 2- " 2"'1.f', 46 - - ,ass-1 .amz -'fr:1:tzaE- :V 1, ,J ' :f.:.4--1-ww M34-:f. .A--w Aw. wffff4,,..f4f,,-wzr V 1 fw-.J .:-:-.14-Ml' .- wfwx-' , 1 f ,f 1g'g2qai" ' zifzizf' 'f asa! " ,,"' 'f Marvin Porter 3 1"'.-Sv , 1 f .w :ls f Y' J ... . . .E X. .2 J , J V Q A 4 j' Charles Gilbert Thiel Thompson 7 -- - i ,.w,.,4.1,..:-.ws .RQ.i9.,,:ff.. ?::,ez,:,p-fr 1--. . . fffmslfale-2: -.'2:5:s,xzep ' K:-.r-' lm. ,sg E- "e.afi111f-,- ri-tFEIwmi:: 1 aff' Z'5rwS2'22i.jE:.:.lls -1 : - 9 ,iv 1- '-fytw-Pffs?fs: 'fXf'?'X4?FFf2 W'f , .5-31 iw:-' ' , ' sf- .. r Laser-R-wsfr-3 ,f,-,X P-'gr , r n , 1? -if -f Dallas Lawrence Haffy Willoughby Wilmoth VVOFClen Fun at the annual dance! Sam C. Albert Potter Reedy - .r Carl J, A. Townsend Vance W 111 John Robinson -- J , My - . . - , Wi fi ff ff f A 4 af? f A9 . . . ., 4, 1 ,.,,4,. !4:,.a., - J, , i f f f 2331.4 W. V, 6 Q, 4 fc , f 1 ,f 9, .ff 4 ,. 'ff . Q ffl f 1, John Walker .A-vu-ww e J Jr' OFFICERS Edmonds J. R. Julian T. William Randall Elmer Barton Barton Benton Blair Blincoe Bryant l-eWlS Levon ne C6SlG8l Carter William John Lloyd Richard S. M. Glen Guy Quentin Catron Cavanaugh Clark Cocke Crase Donoho Fiebiger Frazier ffii .a,. . of tt 'K 5 f f ' 'I i ' " H V V .,.,. , ,,,, A , H A E cw Frank Ben Donald Jack Willard Charles JOE Fultz Fuson Garrison Giannini Gillespie Gravitt Green L -'i1Q 1 '11, ' . . it' -':i '-'. ' 'iii , s,1,-r V IA . Herbert Monte James Carroll Joseph D. A. Greene Grdss Gulledge Hall Hamilton Hittinger James Richard Y Hofmann Houze PSI OMEGA DENTAL FRATERNITY Psi Omega Dental Fraternity was founded at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 1892. Omicron Chapter received its charter at the University of Louis- ville in 1892. The fraternity aims to maintain the standards of the profession, to encourage scientific investigation and literary culture. lt is the largest of all dental fraternities in the United States. Grand Master Junior Master Secretary . Treasurer Chaplain 208 JOSEPH W. GREEN JOHN CAVANAUGH , C. B. HALL RANDALL BLINCOE EDWARD N. PORTER Editor .. ...,.., ., , Chief lnquisitor Sergeant ..,,....,.. Historian ...,.,. , ,,.... Faculty Advisor George Joe Howard Hyden . JACOB L. SHAVER JAMES E. STEPP S. M. CRASE QUENTIN FRAZIER DR. JOHN L. CLINES N ., ,.,. . ,. . .,,,4. ,.,, . . . . ,, .. .. , ,. P -" '7 V ' f '- if.-Q: . x :f,.,,.-QQXQ . . .. r . .- Z-:-:--ma.: Q-:ruff P - wr' - r g3f?4m-'40-vm. ,W 414- - . , z - 'f it . Aa,- 1 V. nifrfwfq - . 'V fr f ' - -v-- ' 0 f' - ' b ' l l ' . YZ! . ' f' " .. '?.':-2m.11ff" , f ' W h George Kindrick v iff NRI' " ' 1- ' as Q X1 X., A QS? X Q xx c . r , a 'sts X by Q X ,N P Q? Q l X Q xg . 'NN Dempsey Moore J T l.. -f 5. fl Thomas Scholl ...il X :,- is ' i :- .qr in , Robert Kratz .. .s 'I J X Q Kraft . Qcgfsl 5 X ,Q Ns Y X3 .W X situ K is s m R Q xg, X X 5 . i --- .f was-' ,x s 'XA i S l s Homer Osborne Granville Lance Charles F. Lawrence f . . it ' ' 4.- - William C. Ratlitf Edward Porter . 5 I Q EI .Ama i Z' Ara' ,ff ' vp, ., Eff., 'wiv .V 'ag' William Norvil Smith Spears Robert Starnes ' f-1-'cv' A ' " ' . ' ' 'vll - I -x-xv v' 'rs' r -v v-. - 4 - A N ,...- V,-Q-: , i . , M'--4 . 4 ,. r f f gx:re5s:5.:a.i:,:a: "'- f - " 5 ' ff ' ,,:'.f1:: TES .V ' 2- ' 'I-19-.11 Ea"'s:-' f' X. 14- ffvflij " 2:5579 ':?Q.. y'f21Z,ff515E.f7v 1- ,fr ,,i.3i-i'jf'1l.f1Si'.' .. --1 ' s.- .f X' 3 'i . s- ' gf l' ' -J - 1, , V1.1 r, 5 9, -. -- -41.1,-, ..i3.,M' . 6 W f. r ,F r-wr: vr , , , A, Ollie L. George Jesse John Stu kes Vitamvas Sullivan Tate Willis Littleton " 4 'I L-A ' ,V ,, ivl, . , Q , ff-fm n' .J - 'f . in 1 iii Jack Razor ' - Hy, 'W ' 1 Q , -' f V '93 nl". 1 .4 ' 'i, -014' ,. .:.J .1 ,: ,IJA f. J'ames Stepp ff. . "" .3 'K ...sgr f. 54 on--4 Q -f --: 11, tfvrf 'I s r " x' ?Sg,94,,,.,3f.,, f Xa N' f Charles Wagoner 55551541 "4" i'5'3 L H. R. S. Martin f "'-' u'f',f:fi ' William Reynolds .:--. ' I ' , ' 24 Q. . fe-Q 1. 1-vi.-:za 1 HEQQELQ . if ' . 1 zstzgfngi 1. '.4,,g,gA,lM. :ga-Q 1, ,- gr 4.-,ww-:Z-: f :ff 'ff ,a t 1 I ff 1 7 i ' .A ' W , ia if A 41 , NA X ,f .gg ,. , xg: . , .Q ., IW, .. X ,, s , ,W me ,fy 1 5 4, 1,41 James Stewart 43,1 S' ,I . .tt 23 'I is ii Robert Wesley , 411 t' ' 4 ,- f . "ff: ' M, f Eli Matthews Q I fryszfsdt af' f ' f 'jjj f , Kind 7 . ,mb J. C. Rice '70 f , aff -L James Strong . Wy, nw, -. . ,-' ,za-.... wwfwn' ' -HWNZ4. ,. :ZA ' ' 'jc' 1 4 L ,. , - iw v V ' 1 wx 35 k,,4jfgf.,3 vwfw-:ff 22- rf Zin'-,J ' ,J-4 .fffwf V M 1 'ZW l 5? M Qfff! Z 4 ,If .1 X ff 'xii " f' f f 4.3, :Vx W a Hervey McClellan q fi! , 4 ' 4 x James Sawyer onald Kenneth S. T. Steven finolmiller' Wise Williams Woodard, Jr. All Smiles, if SENIORS 3119: ai: W, gf? QE ai? xii . Wy .4 718 fi "gf fi-firagii S .. Norma Conley Nora Davis Barbara Frank Mildred Guthries Marilyn Jacobs Janice Morgan Ann Russell Margaret Toms FRESHMEN ,f V. , ., ,,.k A ,:- ..,.,rr1::s.-my f - V- Q, -. ,-,fzf ,f.Y.-x,,:,,554.---1 - 1-rv, x ' Q, fiifif '- - wig: " " f 4-size:-,f ' 11- fm?-:-, 2 ' " .f- :'.,.v.ic: ' ,za,x-: Q5 I V f si.-1 ,1 - W 5 , ff ' ' 'veg 42 fl if 21 sv 'gg ff H R . - , .fa vi fir ? a fl f1. Q fi, - , s -' rg' 6. A curriculum leading to giene was established in hygienist is helping the unfilled dental needs of each practicing dentist to Mary Ann Blanton Bettye Bogart CURRICULUM IN DENTAL HYGIENE the certificate in dental hy- September 1952. The dental dental profession meet the the population by enabling serve more patients. Carolyn Cady Ann Cates Margaret lrish Carol Moore Sara Neal mm, 1, ,, mfrforez :VA-xg.,-:ff-1 Mima Faye Rice Judith K. Striegel Sylvia Rozentols Mary Ann Roth Cynthia Robinson 5 if 'W A .rfgz fe f , , 1532 H 2 - 3 22 ' 3, ' V2 A 4, 2 3 B His if 4,-Q , ' 5' S 41 ,i 2 Z Z, 12, V. si i' 15 N Q, N 'E an w eu Q 7 xf 4 ,, 3 mv f an 5,5 wc aw , ' 0556 jiQf,jL ff-f3':'f,z5g'.1-I , fw 4 ' 4 'Y , W 'V' U"fW mfjeiwnf ,AQ W V! '- n ', U E '1 lm 1 DIVISION OF ADULT EDUCATION w-Q' 4 , , if ex. 'mix' 0.x 2-3 3, ..-.1 I-fi Q if fx va . ,If . I. THE DIVISION OF ADULT EDUCATION Through The Division of AdulT EducaTion, a sTudenT, by Taking evening classes, may meeT The requirements for The degree, AssociaTe in ArTs, and for mosT of The bachelors degrees offered by The College of ArTs and Sciences. The Division's enrollmenT is one of The larg- esT AdulT EducaTion sTudenT bodies in The counTry. Dr. William Huffman has been associaTed wiTh The D.A.E. and The UniversiTy of Louisville since The fall of 1947. He became Dean in February, 1953. He re- ceived his B.S. and M.A. from Ohio STaTe UniversiTy and his Ph.D from NorThwesTern UniversiTy. ln addiTion To his adminisTraTive duTies, Dr. Huffman is a member of Phi Kappa Tau, The SocieTy for The Advancemenf of ManagemenT, The AdulT EducaTional AssociaTion, The Louisville AssociaTion of Purchasing AgenTs, for which WILLIAM C. HUFFMAN Dean Dr. Frederick PulTz, AssisTanT DirecTor of The Division of AdulT EducaTion, came To The UniversiTy of Louis- ville in SepTember, 1952. He received his B.A. degree aT Washingfon and Lee UniversiTy, his M.A. and Ph.D. from Ohio STaTe UniversiTy. Dr. PulTz is a member of Phi DelTa Kappa, The American Psychological Associa- Ticgn, The American Personnel and Guidance Associa- Tion, The American College Personnel AssociaTion, The NaTional VocaTional Guidance AssociaTion, The SouThern College Personnel AssociaTion and The NaTional Office ManagemenT AssociaTion. 1 l DR. FREDERICK D. PULTZ Assistant Director he serves as business analysT. Mr. William Kelley, AdminisTraTive AssisTanT of The Di- vision of AdulT EducaTion, came To The UniversiTy in 1952. He received his B.A. from The UniversiTy of Ken- Tucky and has done graduaTe work in counseling and guidance. He is an honorary member and faculfy ad- visor of The DelTa Alpha Epsilon fraTerniTy and is a member of The American Personnel and Guidance As- sociaTion, The American College Personnel AssociaTion, The NaTional VocaTional Guidance AssociaTion, The SouThern College Personnel AssociaTion and The SocieTy of Training direcTors. MR. WILLIAM F. KELLY Adminisfrative Assistant The bullefin board keeps students and faculty up To dafe. Mrs. Emberger makes a Toast What a crowd at The open house! 2. A First row, left to right: Mr. Louis Torstrick, Hon., George Cunningham, Al., Sam L. Stephens, Robert L. Carby, C. Robert Doyle, James Kidwell, Mr. William Kelly, Hon. Second row: Arnold Mouish, Richard Cook, James J. Tyrrell, Clyde Powell, Robert R. Schmidt, Thomas Conner, Frank Hoback, Herman Wessel, Milton Switovv, Al. Active members not pictured: Thomas Bright, Ted Beam, Donald M. Cowherd, Leo F, Friedrich, Charles Gribbons, Clyde Klinstiver, Edward Mattingly, John Otte, Tommie Schmall, Lloyd Williford, Al Waddle, Harold Leppert. OFFICERS President ........... .... Vice President ROBERT CARBY, SR. C. ROBERT DOYLE SAM L, STEPHENS .. ..... TOMMIE SCHMALL Secretary Treasurer ..,. it Ll F E Kin N The Delta Alpha Epsilon Fraternity was founded May 26, 1950 at the University of Louisville. T ROBERT L. CARBY, SR. President Members of Delta Alpha Epsilon filling baskets of food for needy families of the community at Christmas time. Money for the baskets is con- tributed by DAE students. 2l6 wmrmvzii-A., ,,f-,.f fu:-za-me n. wr ' -wr : 4 zwrmfffalae im ., ,Q M' I ' Left to right: Lucille Willis, Betty Caummisar, Libbye Higgins, Miss Doris Nickel, Sponsor, Katherine Harrod, Jennie Raibert, Pat Schulte, Joyce Brown, Lila Hargan, an unidentified guest, Margaret Himbaugh. SIGMA DELTA NU The Alpha Chapter of Sigma Delta Nu was es- tablished at the University of Louisville in June, 1949. D' D l D.A.E. Dance 2l7 ..AQf gg-,Z I I . n x 1?--XX ' If x xi 5 K ffl?" E if :Q l 5 .-J., NX - cv X, U - , J u 015' ZF I -L'-"j,,1." Lf L V5 ' 4 ,., x Q x , W ,,, g ,.. ,..l .. 3 ff,- KE ,., . ...f fig- FJ?" ZI9 GRADUATE SCHOOL GUY STEVENSON Dean of Graduate School BARBARA HOBACK Secretary to the Dean The Graduate School of the University of Louisville was established in 1907 to provide opportunities and facilities for advanced study by students who have bachelors' degrees from the University or other approved educational institutions. The degrees of M.A. and M.S. have been given continuously since 1908. To date around 9OO advanced degrees have been conferred. Since 1936, the Graduate School has been associated with the Conference of Deans of Southern Graduate Schools of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. ln 1951, the Board of Trustees authorized the initiation of the school's first program lead- ing to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. The first Ph. D. was conferred in 1953. The Graduate School encourages investigation, promotes research and endeavors to organize the store of human knowledge to serve the needs of our present day life. By fostering the spirit of inquiry and research in the members of its staff, it not only strengthens undergraduate instruction but also contributes its share to knowledge. Graduate courses are offered in the schools of Arts and Sciences, Business, Dentistry, Medicine, Engineering and Social Work. During the past year there were enrolled nearly four hundred students in the various schools. About one hundred advanced degrees are awarded annually. These include Master of Arts, Master of Busi- ness Administration, Master of Education, Master of Science, Master of Science in Dentistry, Master of Science in Medical Sciences, Master of Chemical Engineering, Master of Civil Engineering, Nlaster of Electrical Engineer- ing, Master of Mechanical Engineering, Master of Psychology, Master of Science in Social Work, Master of Music, Master of Music Education and Doctor of Philosophy. Graduate School research is being sponsored by many organizations and industries, including the Damon Runyon Memorial Fund, National Science Founda- tion, National Research Council, Eastman Kodak Company, United States Air Force, Department of the Navy, United States Public Health Service and the American Cancer Society. GRADUATE SCHOCL RESEARCH AT MEDICAL SCHOOL Students from many countries continue 'their medical research in the Graduate School of the University. Mario Escobar and V. M. Mani Cpictured at righfb are from Peru and India, respectively. MARIO ESCOBAR V. M. MAN! 4' GRADUATE RESEARCH AT SPEED SCHOOL -VF 16' Q - Wink I tex .Q vw- Tffg X ,MS Q ""x.s.. S sh. ZQQW X, J i. -S -,fi-.. f.: i-fyh i .. D -lx.-ii ,- ,I - v X I I Zil W Qld RAYMOND A. KENT SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK Q ga! HOWELL V. WILLIAMS Dean of Kenf School of Social Work KENT SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK The original School of Social Work in Louisville was sTarTed by The Welfare League Qnow called The Com- muniTy Chesfj in 1918. The League assisfed The uni- versify in beginning social work Training on The under- graduafe level in 1923 and The Graduafe Division of Social AdminisTraTion was esTalolished in 1937 as The forerunner To The KenT School of Social Work. To The lefT Dean Howell V. Williams is picTured sfand- ing ouTside The KenT School of Social Work's office in The AdminisTraTion Building aT The UniversiTy of Louisville. The full-Time STAFF MEMBERS of KENT SCHOOL are above, lefi To righT: Birdie Lee Brown, Secretary, Mathilda Mafhisen, Professor, Howell V. Williams, Dean and Professor, Helen Sanders, AssociaTe Pro- fessor. The school has part time faculty members in the following areas: Home Economics, Medicine, Psychiatry, Psychology, Social Group Work, and Community Organization. 226 KENT SENIORS aw? ELsLE FLORENCE ALBRIGHT 1 i "':,.' Medical Social Work, , N L Georgetown, Ky. . 1 z E DANIEL J. KAMMER Psychiatric Social Work Louisville, Ky. QV' 15' Sw fd' J ' . 3' . ' .1-gg , 4 Family-Child Social Work I Terre Haute, Indiana MARY REYNOLDS HE, Psychiatric Social Work, , . Louisville, Kentucky ' ' 1. if ,R 4 Q4 it R N A QM . X 1 Lx 5 1,47 Rig , vkwx? A N x .J , N g , ,wr 1 , , , , ,f , ,, Y 4, sf, 5 W ,S -415, 3 . , J , : , f:.:::-g,:,15 ,... 45-Q53 W . . -Q 5 111 , 'fare izffi f WALLACE GORDON ROBINSON .'j22'., Family-Child Social Work, f '.. I ,-- 3 ':Q' . Ch a r I estow n , ln d . Jane Evelyn Marie G. Ma ry B. . Muir Hooper Layman Leitsbach V LZA ITT , ,. ,wi sf, we mm. 4,1 MAXINE SCH ULTZ A Psychiatric, Social Work, -' Bloomington, Indiana 1 4' cpu X if W, ' . 42 YA , "W rw 51 Ag A f 5 Q' f , Q Raymond Blackard f a, -Rv ,-.A L , A . fygggpzqgs 33,5 .Q cy. . ' ' LRLKK A v:11 ' 'ifiif - I iiyv f WN- ,R 7 'Q 5 ,,. .Wy g,f25,,,M, X, Hy, ayfgf 5 "' Af 614 .ft Z 'dx 'J 5 ' Zi :Q v L f " fi? ' oo 1 36333443 , f 1 ' 'If' , 3, 2 'W' Ja , ' A f f fm' 4 fa 0 T ' '?"'A7 Kattie Jo Pittard 5f'7'3' ...fi ' ROBERT B. THOMPSON Psychiatric Social Work Louisville, Ky., President of Kent School Student Organization, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity ANNE TOWNER Psychiatric Social Work, Anchorage, Ky., Secretary-Treasurer of the Student Organization MARGARET ANN WINTER Medical Social Work, Louisville, Ky. KENT FRESHMEN Eolna Glenn 9' 4.-5 f -..'-fV..-....:s,g,.,,M:g:e'-zyyferifrf-awww' " 2:2-1-:ffl-L:-1-4.-,Rf5.:1:?'-ifrfwzfffai?-' . . ,rw fat.-.N ..',. -f-.- .vA-q4v.yZv.f-,M .' A V' ' - 2en231:fz':a2hEf:11 14? ' 'gmiilig f 1 f f f 7 j 4 5 at 2 , 2 1 S ,ac , I J 1 ff , 4 ' W " W Q? Myrtle Solomon 'T-1''HP'WZlfIZf,fm7'C"'3ZI7'772:'H3 WV . V - , 4 941 ,, '45 2 ' f A ww If ! f 9 I I ' I , sei ' f fi P V' V 4 A 4 , A I 'f X, I f .3 L ,gf . , - ., we v . ,M 1: . f 4' ' . Q ' ,viii ' ,Y-" E, - " ,1"53', ' "LL, f. E41 , 4.1 fm L ,f Jean Katherine Griffin Hall nz... ' A , 1 ,Qjif g V,-fp LQ: . ' ' , ,,,V, L 1. ,fr r Leanore Choo Wen Schwan WOO . ,,f.- Mzfmwx-marry 'L-1112 rrifffigf' 3 !' nie A ' ef The Kent School of Social Work is named for Dr. Raymond A. Kent, President of the University from T929 to l948, Whose por- trait hangs in the Library of the University of Louisville. A Kent School Student Organization was organized to establish better relationship among students and between students and faculty in order to acquaint students with the professional social work field. The membership is open to all full and part time students enrolled in Kent School. The President and Vice President are elected in March and the Secretary-Treasurer is elected in October. The present officers are Robert B. Thompson, President, and Anne Towner, Secretary-Treasurer. An activity center for Kent School students is the Neighborhood House Cpictured abovej where classes in theory can be supplemented by personal observation of group work. The Neighborhood House provides an opportunity for the public to get educational and recreational experiences through clubs, crafts, athletics, in- formal classes and social activities. lt is supported by the Community Chest. ,s V., .re ...sk At Family Service Agency, student worker-supervisor consultations occur during the vveek, providing oppor- tunities for an exchange of views on the client's prog- ress. On the left is a former Kent School graduate novv supervising. He is one ot the many that have found em- ployment in Louisville. As Social Service agencies en- force strictness ot confidentiality, the picture has been posed. Family Service Agency. The Annie Ainslie Halleck Memorial Library. -. ,,., . jg . E , T' -L, . ,,...... Student workers converse with their supervisors at Children's Center. The Annie Ainslie Halleck Memorial Library was estab- lished iointly by the Western Kentucky Chapter of the American Association ot Social Workers and the Kent School ot Social Work as a memorial to Nlrs. Halleck, who supported the program ot the school until her death. The Kentucky chapter makes yearly grants for the additional purchase ot books. The library is also available to the community as well as the students at Kent School. View viii? 34 V7 41 K. 12597 1' g P -, ' S y fx ,LJ , X, ,-,S SCHGOL OF LAW A 2 N .sy L W WX fxx X.! - If ll - lg w if 4 S S ci Q7 23I . SCHOOL OF LAW The UniversiTy of Louisville School of Law was or- ganized in 1846 and is The second oldesT lavv school in The SouTh. The incorporation of The Jefferson School of Law in 1950 and The inTroducTion of evening classes are among The recenr oursfanding achievemenTs of The Law School. WiTh The Tinesr of libraries, The school is conrinuing To grow in posiTion and prominence. Dean Absalom C. Russell has been associaTed WiTh The School oT Law since 1938. He became Dean in 1946, and under his direcTion The Law School has aTTained a posiTion of prominence ThroughouT The naTion. A gradu- aTe of Berea College and Yale UniversiTy Law School, Dean Russell was admiTTed To The KenTucky Bar in 1930. He spenT some years wirh The Federal Bureau of InvesTigaTion and is noTed especially in The field of law for his Revision of The KenTucky Code. ABSALOM C. RUSSELL Dean 1 ROBERT W. FOSTER, B.S., LL.B., LL.M., Assisfani JUDY BRAY DELORES WRlGHT Secfefafl' fo The Dean Night School Secretary OTIS P. DOBIE, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., Professor of EDWARDS M. QUIGLEY, B.S., LL.B., Associa1e FACULTY NOT PlCTUREDg Law. Professor of Law. WILLIAM B. PEDEN, B.S., C.P.A., LL.B., Associate ATHOL LEE TAYLOR, B.A., LL.B., Associaie Profes- Professor of Law. Professor of Law. sor of Law, JOSEPH S. JOHNSON, B.A., J.D., Associate Prof- RALPH s. Perrziiu, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., Assn-,fanf fem, of Law, Professor of Law. JAMES R. MERRITT, B.A., LL.B., Associate Prof- fessor of Law, j A A , V Q V K. . V' CARL A. WARNS, JR., B.A., LL.B., LL.M., Associafe , V I . Professor of Law. .-. '. ' f " Iii - l -, F in, hiv E Y..v ,V .v .g D or .-l'll L ll - .1 . 1 2? THE BRIEFING SERVICE Mr. OTis P. Doble, FaculTy Advisor, and Bob CarTer, Re- search Direcfor, of The Briefing Service. The Briefing Service, founded in l936, marks one of The ouTsTanding achievements of The UniversiTy of Louisville Law School. This school is The firsT in The UniTed STaTes To adopT such a plan. The funcfions of The briefing service are To render a research service To mem- bers of The KenTucky Bar whose library faciliTies are inadequaTe To solve compli- caTed legal problems, To give sTudenTs a chance To familiarize Themselves wiTh pressing and currenT legal quesTions and To fosfer a closer relafionship beTween sTudenTs and pracficing members of The bar. Under The direcTion of a faculTy advisor and a senior sTudenT, The briefs are pre- pared by ouTsTanding senior and iunior sTuclenTs of The School. They work in The Law School Library, where They have access To maferials noT ofTen available aT average local libraries. All work is done wiThouT' charge. Herman R. Raleigh O. Richard B. Charles E. Eberhard Jones Linfon MacGregor David W. Carey Richard M. MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Bart Brown, Jr., Louis Cohen, Florence Donohue, James E. Marfain, Donald W. Reely, James R. Solomon, Charles Sutf, Jr., Shelton R. Weber, Robert H. Woodruff. wa? ,ff Viffzfxizi .4 2:11s1f,pf:g"'p-'wf1'a':,,', - sif' , , 5 '1j22i'QQ"g. -' " fi '1fJl::7g?2'4ff ' ,. 1-T ' - ff' M. Q,-"WE ' . "ff .. - ?',uj,,Q- 5. " V ' im f A - Rowe Thompson Trautweln Joseph M. WhiTTle R Alpha Phi Alpha- Student Bar Association- Moot Court Club- AFROTC. I 4 l ri' 4,5 ' ALDRED VAN cALLovvAY, Louisville, Ky.-Law, ff.N,,,,.2,,,.-,,,,m:- ".,,--1.1,-ff.,--4.-.1 ,,.. - P --:'iggffiffm:--:ii-2, v .gy-' fi-Q., ,wi .fe:.,.ii,-.-. ,-- ,v . -:fi-:WA R+:--.-if-J' A- 'iv ,wir -4 ,,,....l 2 , 6 ROBERT C. CARTER, Vine Grove, Ky.-Law, Phi Kap- pa Tau, Phi Alpha Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Briefing Service, Supervisory Woodcock Society, University Student Council, Moot Court Club, Ad- vocate to National Moot Court Club Competition, Freshman Award, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, A 81 S Student Council, Treasurer, AFROTC. WILLIS BURTON COWLEY, Louisville, Ky. - Law, Alpha Phi Omega, Delta Theta Phi, Candidate For Mr. Thoroughbred, Student Bar Association, Moot Court Club, I.R.C., B.S.U., Local and State Presi- dent, Exchange Student to Europe-Summer, 1953, Thoroughbred, Law School Editor. GEORGE PHILLIP DEEB, Louisville, Ky.-Law, Delta Theta Phi, Student Bar Association, Honor Code Committee, Moot Court Club. JOHN C. DIXON, Barbourville, Ky.-Law, Delta Theta Phi, Student Bar Association, Moot Court Club. ROBERT L. DOWELL, Sulphur Well, Ky.-Law, Stu- dent Bar Association, Moot Court Club. HERMAN RAY EBERHARD, Jeffersonville, Ind.-Law, Delta Theta Phi, Vice Dean, Briefing Service, Moot Court Club, Executive Committee, Student Bar As- sociation, Placement and Library Committee. RALEIGH O. JONES, Louisville, Ky.-Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Student Bar Association, Treasurer, Moot Court Club, Docket Committee, Briefing Service, AFROTC. , CHARLES E. MacGREGOR, Jeffersonville, Ind.-Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Advocate to National Moot Court Club Competition, Student Bar Association, AFROTC. 234 LAW . JOSEPH ECKERT, Louisville, Ky.-Law, Phi Kappa Tau, Pledge President, Pledge Master, Coach, Phi Alpha Delta, Marshal, Student Bar Association, Presi- dent, Honor Code Chairman, Library Committee, - . , A 8. S Student Council, U.S.C., Treasurer, Newman - . Club- Thoroughbred Greek Editor. I i Alpha- Student Bar Association- Moot Court Club. x I Q WILLIE c. FLEMING, Louisville, Ky.-Law, Alpha Phi 2 Q ..,i, . f i i V I .ff 'E ' 1 5 3 ' 1' 2- 1 I 53 ,f Augu' .g',' Qgfg EVAN W. HARROD, New Castle, Ky.-Law, Phi Alpha .,ra:ii3,51.:i If im. , . 'gate QS A- I W X Ye 9 K WA , , 2 vt 1 P N, F A wk, s... ,s ewfier-1:11 2--:fi ,ff 1: s.':.:,vevl,- - -5 1---H... --ssi...-sie .:s,:i.,,..-:-W' Delta, Student Bar Association, Moot Court Club ., as . P -"" ,. - RAYMOND A. ISERT, Louisville, Ky.-Law, Delta if1::ii:::2:i A .i , , , Theta Phi, Dean, Student Bar Association, Honor "'5::55i'I5Ql3l fa, . . . F . Code Committee, Moot Court Club, Vice President, 3 ,A .g N ewm a n C I u b. 'X "" Arriving for a gay evening! RICHARD B. LINTON, Louisville, Ky.-Law, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Alpha Delta, President, Treasurer, Marshal, Omicron Delta Kappa, Student Bar Association, Vice President, Moot Court Club, Presi- dent, Executive Committee, Briefing Service, Highbaugh Flexner Scholarship, Vice-Justice, Ninth District P.A.D. Conclave, U.S.C., Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. PAUL DUERSON MILLER, Owensboro, Ky.-Law, Phi Zeta, Delta Theta Phi, Pledgemaster, Clerk of Exchequer, Student Bar Association, Moot Court Club. mem 1s1 1ln.v :mls L sENloRs E JAMES T. MORIARTY, Louisville, Ky.-Law, Kappa Alpha, Phi Alpha Delta, Moot Court Club- Student tif Committee' U.S.C. ,gn ,-."' . Bar Association, Social Committee, Membership A , ' 'LA' Lg " ,....... . . i"'iE"?5i Q. . . a .- .- a DAVID ROWE, Louisville, Ky.-Law, Student Bar As- 163, jjj, a , i ,. Wi ,,, gy? 4 X ' 4 1 e V. is si i 2 i , W s cf VX 'La ix 1 ne w 1' EL, ' V! , Ai sociation, Moot Court Club, Briefing Service. ' 'is Z-wid' E a ' ' . .,, , . 1 .. X 8 Q JOSEPH A. sAvolE, Louisville, Ky.-Law, Delta Theta Phi, Vice-Dean, Student Bar Association, Moot ,f si. is 'I S' ii ,EP as V A Q i as s . V -. Court Club. P ' ef gg,- . .i ',. ' az, . ai:-V fmvi FENTON T. SCHOLL, Louisville, Ky.-Law, Kappa Al- pha, Student Bar Association, Moot Court Club. SENIORS NOT PICTURED: STANLEY V. BENOVITZ, Louisville, Kentucky THOMAS BURCHETT, JR., Ashland, Kentucky SAMUEL E. CAMPBELL, JR., Springfield, Kentucky WILBURN K. DE BRULER, Winslow, Indiana BEN HERMAN, Portsmouth, Ohio VAL A. HOUSE, JR., Scottsville, Kentucky ROBERT SAMARDICK, Hammond, Indiana JAMES S. SANDIDGE, Owensboro, Kentucky JOSEPH SOLLS, Peoria, lllinois EDWARD STEPHENS, New Albany, Indiana JOHN H. WARDEN, Louisville, Kentucky SHELTON JR. WEBER, Louisville, Kentucky HENRY ARMSTRONG TRIPLETT, Newburg, Ind.-Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Student Bar Association, Cwnvocation Committee, Executive Com- mittee, Moot Court Club. HARRY JAMES TSCHOL, JR., Mankato, Minn.-Law, Delta Theta Phi, Student Bar Association, Moot Court Club. ' - V ' .a 'e..,f-"' ' 15 if . , . ,ggi-" .. Sa.. 1 1 ZA51. I ,jfs ' . y A1 ' ' 4-GS ,.. , 6 - - .LV , 54, , 'iii .. .2 f ' -' '- ,f .Ve.jl,f ,, -' fi - im a ' KQ Zi ,, mf: Wipe ERWIN A. SHERMAN, Louisville, Ky.-Law, Tau Epsilon Phi, Historian, Pledge Father, Vice-Chan- cellor, Phi Alpha Delta, Marshal, Justice, Student Bar Association, Secretary, Honor Cade, Social Committee, Executive Committee, Inter-Fraternity Council, Playshop, Moot Court Club, Publicity Committee, Rules Committee, Cardinal. EARL COOMBS SMITH, Jeffersonville, Indiana, Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Student Bar Association, Moot Court Club. JAMES A. STEWART, Louisville, Ky.-Law, Delta Theta Phi, Student Bar Association, Moot Court Club. CHARLES W. STONE, Louisville, Ky.--Law, Delta Theta Phi, Tribune, Student Bar Association, Vice Presi- dent, Faculty Relations Committee, Moot Court Club. DANIEL T. TAYLOR, III, Buechel, Ky.-Law, Student Bar Association, Faculty Relations Committee, Executive Board, Moot Court Club. ROBERT S. TEMS, Louisville, Ky.-Law, Delta Theta Phi, Dean, Bailift, Student'Bar Association, Moot Court Club. RICHARD M. TRAUTWEIN, Louisville, Ky.-Law, Phi Kappa Tau, Pledgemaster, Phi Alpha Delta, Justice Clerk, Omicron Delta Kappa, Highbaugh Scholar- ship, Student Bar Association, Chairman, Convoca- tion Committee, Moot Court Club, National Moot Court Competition, U.S.C., Briefing Service, Cardi- nal, Thoroughbred, Sports Editor, Business Man- ager, Book Awards in Jurisprudence and Insur- ance, Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities. aww.-ga , V- .- l f -t"'2"'.n' if ,V ,VV-s,g:gr..,:g:4 1 ' . f"'1 3.1:-.11 ..-1 - . ,v .,. .!. ,, yy. , ,. ., V -Mai,-f:2'Va, - V- ef- V - we f 1 f f X J' . f iffy X I " f X f K4 f iff .ef f?e'::i- fa ee ,.i'.vf, .iii-'A V,a,i..,.fii.- .':V1 .ie4..g,a .rv fa I, .1-zz' - ,iz V 4 f,., can 1 ,,, If f gg ! 1 fi, 1 X X f mf f ff! ,f g ' . .:,i.w ' f 1' . I .. K f a Q 1' ' if 'W gi , ff! ,Q , , 4 ff f f f 6,17 Kg if ,K f f 4 -' Ver .ffszsrfiznl 4379 ',, f. ,. V 2 . ,mm AH? 1 ' ' aye. - 3 9 2 a 4 3 f 1 EDWIN L. VARDIMAN, Louisville, Ky.-Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Student Bar Association, Moot Court Club. JOSEPH MERLE WHITTLE, Brownsville, Ky.-Law, Delta Theta Phi, Stu- dent Bar Association, Moot Court Club, Briefing Service, Book Award in Equity. 235 Iv. 49 .2 LAW JUNIORS Joseph A. Baldoni Buel L. Cox l'r's so quiet, you can hear a pin drop. Burwell M. Hardy Eugene W. Herde Ben Herman William Robinson Bill Steele PEARL VON ALLMEN Law School Librarian 'v"sm,5,- . , ,. , , . rf, 4 x :pf .xx pf? lf f' if 4554 Charles W. Carey Sun, Jr. ,,.,. . 5 wil 'fy M lf, f 1 1 sig' JV X 1341 41' Thai lasf week before exams Thompson lv Q, C , , -f V . 5555...--ww f ' 'L 1 ' J i Zi!-1?-?l!5'f" V. :-W"-2 : f"-' J' .' ' fY'f?'5 -'fair ffffffi' ' .... " .. : ,.3,.4f', 1",'-'-e".,f:5?1'lS'1,-- 42 2ff,f'z25:a' 1 Q' ' 'F 1, ' ' , , 2 fizwfflrf- fr v 4:9-V: -4 f-Q ' V fx .' ' v -SL . " m'f':"5 I' , " R12-!..g ,A . VW ' - - if s fe Meg' ',-ps ,aff-.V ' :,:'ff':.f.:-1 ff-nfl .1 ' 'Pm ,, . aw , .f.,, , 4.5.4 h :W 3.:,:,:.f,:H,g,r.,-,,,,, ., - ,--fn., fx 7 f ,:4w,f,4w'-. .s ,, - . , .yrs ,-am: M11 , if ' H Discussions aren'f always in the classroom. LAW FRESHMEN Davis Barry Tim L. Bornsfein Melvin Cundiff l i l lx l buf ii isn"r all work. i 1 if .1 -Ii iw- r-7--9-w ' Thomas E. Gates Robert Haddad Carroll Hess Robert G. ' Jones Edward L. Phillips Vandy Powell, Jr. Curtis G. Wiffen , an , -, ' YJ. ,am A 7,,'5f':a z . TH ETA OFFICERS-Left to right: Raymond A. lsert, Dean, Charles Stone, Tribune, Paul Miller, Exchequer, Joseph Savoie, Vice-Dean, James Martain, Master of the Ritual, Robert Tems, Baliffg Wiliam Robinson, Master of the Rolls. Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity, the largest legal fraternity in the United States, was founded in T900.. 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 l948. Its mem- bers 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, with Dean A. C. Russell as Dean. The obiect of the fraternity is to unite congenial students 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. Willis George P. John Herman R. C6FI'Oll Raymond Paul Edward Cowley Deeb Dixon Eberhard Hess lsert Mlllol' Phillips J , ..,.,. . V T N .... Q I ., tl , ..,. NOT PICTURED: Charles Amis, William Clements, Ralph Goff, Raymond Grantz, William Hollinger James Martain, B. K. McDonald, Frank Mimms, Donald Porter, Frank Smith, Gil Speth, William Spoo Harry Tschol, Jr., John Worden. William Joseph Bill James A. C, W, Robert Joseph Robinson Savoie Steele Stewart Stone Tems Whittle ...aw ,W J' Z' . ' ' ,ilk , ' s frat, 'ftp .. .if 1-1, T , . " f - .'7f,,,f"X-4zl".i T K ' ' ' l ' fi . L 4.55: MH: DELTA PHI ALPHA DELTA Vinson Chapter ot Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, active at the University ot Louisville since 1935, is one ot seventy-two active chapters and thirty-one alumni chapters. Phi Alpha Delta chapters are located only in Class A law schools which are members of the Asso- ciation ot American Law Schools. Vinson Chapter at present, has a membership of fifty-tvvo law students in addition to outstanding honorary members. It seeks to cultivate a closer bond ot friendship, to promote social and intellectual intercourse among its members and to attain a higher and broader culture than that afforded by the regular college course. 'Q ,K if ' l ETP c f . Cb , a A ,xg 1 . Q E, fwzs:1::w,,.:t:. 4.3 ,, . ' -5w,'fy:?3 f f Z w ' wafiiiv'-91 yjfflf . 5 -' ,C S? . . ' i vp 2 f -4 I ff! - . ,allw - --A-yff..f V.: aww' at f ., 1 -, ff. ' L yin" ,-Lfifrazpfggg J ' 1 if wbr'rAv,cW4 1 1 ,f 11' A - YM . .rf WV l -,L , , iz: 'L ' If . Q X l ' ' ft RICHARD B. LINTON President MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Morris Britt, Bart Brown, Thomas Burchett, Jr., Roy Burlew, Jr., Louis Cohen, William Cole, John Densford, Ronald Fiter, John Fogle, Billy Fuqua, Murray Greenwald, Charles Hebel, Val A. House, Charles Kearns, Michael Lasher, Richard Moloney, William Reed, Donald Reely, Donald Robinson, Robert Samardick, James Sandige, James Sheehy, Stanley Smith, lmon Spencer, Jr., James Solomon, L. D. Trent, William Wallace, Gerry Witten. ..,.... . , , .V A ,,. , pf ,I lt it . qw Joseph Tim Robert Buel L. Melvin Barry Joseph Thomas 'obert Burvvell M. Evan Eugene Raleigh Robert Richard Charles laddad Hardy Harrod Herde Jones Jones Linton MBCGFSQOV ,359 1 . f 'hi ii- ' James Vandy Earl Charles W. Carey Richard Henry Edwin Moriarty Powell Smith Sutt, Jr. Thompson Trautwein Triplett Vardiman cv G! O.. O 3 cn O 1 3 U1 -O- 9. 3 O cu 'K -+ ru '1 0 O x 0 C 3 Q. -'h -h U Q3 5. U1 m n rv ro -1 -P ' '-:lat if??i.'f'i:-is: if Cv .-I .ig 5, M ta .A .V ., Q a A -"' OFFICERS-Left to right: Carey Thompson, Secre- tary, Charles Sutt, Jr., Presidentp Raymond A. lsert, Vice President. The three students who represented the University of Louisville Law School in the National Moot Court competi- tion held in St. Louis are, left to right, Richard M. Trautwein, Charles E. Mac- Gregor and Robert C. Carter, with Professor Ralph Petrilli, Faculty Advisor to the Moot Court Club. MOOT COURT CLUB The Moot Court Club was organized in T952 by a group of students to afford the opportunity for future classes to gain practical experience in presenting a case to the court. Until 1953 the experience acquired extended only to appellate work, that is, before iudges, but during the past year the program has also included work in front of iuries. The Club also participates in the National Moot Court Com- petition each year by sending two or three of its outstanding advocates to compete in oral argument with students from other Law Schools across the nation. Moot Court in session V ff.'. - 1 f-f. fr.-V--wr .'.w,... --:1f-ox,w.z.'awzwv::wn1-w aw- ...,..- z..rfm,f fff :11-' f STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION The Student Bar Association, the Student Government of the School of Law, is pat- terned after the American Bar Association and is designed to familiarize the Law student with the functions of the Bar Asso- ciation and provide a more effective and efficient form of student government. Its membership encompasses the whole student body from which are elected thirty- six members to eight committees. The chair- men of the committees, with the director of the Briefing Service, compose the Executive Committee, which is the legislative body of the Student Bar Association. The Association is the source of all the important social and intellectual activities of the school year. OFFICERS--Left to right: Henry Triplett, Vice President, Joseph Eckert President William Robinson, Secretary, Raleigh O. Jones, Treasurer The friendliness of a Student Bar outing '--"sn - Outside the Allen Court Room i QU? IJ Q Rx Q t X-,N 'lv i 41 A I , J 'Q m 'IX x Y !" 2 mf. R511 X E, it :X 'sf Wx 3. f- ' K ix 1' X Q 1 JY 'WX I y cb - . J ' 1 x X, N ff - . vi I Q B x j tr T 5 g ra X 1 1 lt I X , K V- w G M1-S Q. I. A ' L 1 if alms JK SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 7T7N0 if Mgfj il K 5 1 fm Q E ' xg Q g ifs:-Q 'Q N ' 'S O ,X ! 31 2 SCHOOL OF' MEDICINE The School ot Medicine, 'Founded October 23, 1837, observes with pride The achievements ot its alumni, its contributions to medical progress and its record of community and national service. The degree of Doctor ot Medicine conferred by the University ot Louisville is recognized by every State Board in the U.S. tor both licensure examinations and reciprocity, and also for licensure ex- amination by The National Examining Board and by The British Conioint Board. Dean James Murray Kinsman, Dean ot the School ot Medicine since 1949, has been associated with The School since l925. He received his B.A. aT MT. Allison Unive.rsiTy and his M.D. at McGill University. Dr. Kinsman is a Diplomat ot The American Board of Internal Medicine, a Fellow ot The American Medical Association, Central Society for Clinical Research, Southern Society of Clinical Research and Amercian Society ot Clinical Investigation. He is also MURRAY KINSMAN Dean FACU LTY a member ot Alpha Kappa Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha. R DR. JAMES C. DRYE DR. P. K. KNOEFEL DR. SPAFFORD ACKERLY DR. W. O. JOHNSON DR. S. I. KORNHAUSER DR. JOSEPH A. LITTLE DR. EVERETT L. PIRKEY DR. H. C. LAWSON DR. RUDOLPH J. NOER DR. JOHN F. TAYLOR FACULTY NOT PICTURED: Charles J. Armstrong, Marion F. Beard, Joseph C. Bell, Robert P. Bergner, Maurice M. Best, William A. Brodsky, James W. Bruce, William Cantrell, William M. Christophersen, Herbert L. Clay, Walter S. Coe, Arch Evan Cole, Leonard T. Davidson, Lawrence A. Davis, Israel Diamond, Dougal M. Dollar, Charles H. Duncan, C. Howe Eller, K. Armand Fischer, Richard J. Gott, Everett C. Grantham, Larnan A. Gray, R. Arnold Griswold, Samuel S. Gordon, Edmond K. Hall, John S. Harter, Oscar B. Hayes, James R. Hendon, William K. Keller, James A. Kennedy, Herbert D. Kermen, Harold E. Kleinart, Emil Kotcher, Edward E. Landis, Robert E. Lich, Hugh B. Lynn, Charles H. Maguire, Robert L. McClenclon, Robert L. McGeachin, Billy Joe Mclntosh, A. J. Miller, Oscar O. Miller, James C. Moore, Peter R. Moore, W. W. Nicholson, Hulbert V. Noland, Sam A. Overstreet, Warren S. Rehm, James B. Rodgers, Ephriam Roseman, Winston U. Rutledge, Oscar W. Shadle, Silas H. Starr, Alex J. Steigman, Richard C. Taylor, C. Dwight Townes, Rudy F. Vogt, Henry W. Work, Charles Woerner, William C. Wolfe. - MEDICAL SENIORS JULIAN B. ADAMS, Louisville, Ky.-University of Kentucky, B.S., University of Georgia, Phi Chi. FRED D. BARLOW, Harlan, Ky.-Western Kentucky State College, B.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa, President, I-listorian, Medical School Student Council, President, Vice Presi- dent, USC, Wl'io's Who in American Colleges and Universities. HARRY J. BATTS, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Phi Chi. WILLIAM NEALE BENNETT, Pineville, Ky.-Eastern Ky. State College, B.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa. JOSEPH RICHARDSON BOLTON, Lexington, Ky.-Alpha Kappa Kappa. RICHARD M. BRANDON, Pembroke, Ky.-Murray State College, B.A., Alpha Kappa Kappa. ROBERT F. BRASHEAR, Irvine, Ky.-University of Kentucky, B.S., Phi Chi, President. JOSEPH R. BRILL, Louisville, Ky.-'University of Louisville, B.A., Phi Chi. THORNTON E. BRYAN, Frankfort, Ky.-University of Kentucky, Alpha Kappa Kappa. JESSE BRYANT, Frankfort, Ky.-University ot Kentucky, B.A., Alpha Kappa Kappa. WENDELL M. BURNS, Bowling Green, Ky.-Western Ky, State College, B.S., Phi Chi. FRED J. CECIL, Bardstown, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Phi Chi. JAMES CHILDERS, Pikeville, Ky.-,University ot Kentucky, B.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa, S.A.M.A. ELBERT G. CHRISTIAN, Louisville, Ky.-Transylvania College, Phi Chi. MILTON COMER, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Phi Delta Epsilon, President, Treasurer, Medical School Student Council, A Years, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. STEVE C. CUFF, Richmond, Ky.-Eastern Ky. State College, B.S., Phi Chi, George B. Saunders Award in Biochemistry. WILLIAM THOMAS DANIEL, London, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., M.S., Kappa Alpha, Alpha Kappa Kappa. DONNE O. DEMUNBRUN, Louisville, Ky. KENNETH J. S. DeSlMONE, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Phi Chi, Alpha Epsilon Delta. CLARENCE KAY DIXON, JR., Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., M.S., Phi Chi. JOHN EINARSON, Hensel, North Dakota-University ot North Dakota, B.A., M.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa. AUBREY L. EMBRY, Horse Branch, Ky.-Western Ky. State College, B.S., Phi Chi. WILLIAM DOUGLAS EPLING, Pikeville, Ky.-Pikeville Junior College, Centre College, B.A,, Alpha Kappa Kappa. ROBERT W. FIDLER, Ashland, Ky.-The Citadel, Marshall College, B.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa. HOWARD D. FINK, New York, New York-University of Louisville, B.A., Louisiana State University, Phi Delta Epsilon, Chairman of Samuel Gross Lectureship Com- mittee, Sigma Alpha Mu, Alpha Epsilon Delta. .SHERLEY FREUDENBERGER, Louisville, Ky.-University ot Pennsylvania, University ot Louisville, B.A., Phi Chi. PHILIP L. FUSON, Pineville, Ky.-Wayne University, Western Ky. State College, B.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa. RICHARD CARL GIBBS, Bronx, New York-University of Louisville, B.A., Tau Epsilon Phi, Vice President, Phi Delta Epsilon, Vice President, Treasurer, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Woodcock Society. CECIL LaVIERS GRUMBLES, Ashland, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Phi Chi. iff ' IJ' luv. lx r L ,. to MEDICAL THEODORE WALLACE HAHN, Greenville, Ky.-University of Washington, Seattle, Bowling Green State University, Ohio, Phi Chi, Vice President, Junior Class. WILLIAM W. HALL, Island, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Phi Chi. DON L. HARMON, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., M.S., Medical School Student Council, Student Curriculum Committee, USC. ALICE J. HARPRING, Louisville, Ky.-Western Ky. State College, B.S. BORIS HELLER, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Phi Delta Epsilon, Secretary, Theta Chi Delta, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Treasurer, Tau Epsilon Phi, Secretary. NANCY H. HINKLE, Paris, Ky.-University of Denver, B.S., Medical School Student Council, Treasurer, Secretary, Sophomore, Junior and Senior Class, Student AMA, Secretary-Treasurer. SAMUEL O. HODGES, Alva, Ky.-Berea College, B.A., Alpha Kappa Kappa. CHARLES PHILLIP HOLLAND, Bowling Green, Ky.-Western Ky. State College, B.S., Phi Chi. ' JOHN WILLIS HUFF, Louisville, Ky.-Centre College, University of Louisville, B.A., Alpha Omega Alpha, Phi Chi, President, Sophomore, Junior and Senior Class, Student AMA, President of Louisville Chapter, Medical School Student Council, usc, Thoroughbred, Medical School Editor, 1952 and 1954, Who's Who in Amer- ican Colleges and Universities. REX ROBERT JOHNSON, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A. LAURENCE W. JONES, Hickman, Ky.-Western Ky. State College, B.S., Phi Chi, Secretary. EDWIN C. JORDAN, Allensville, Ky.-Western Ky. State College, B.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa, Treasurer. ALBERT HAROLD JOSLIN, Owensboro, Ky.-Georgetown College, B.A., Phi Chi, Dental Award, l954. JOHN JURIGE, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Alpha Epsilon Delta, President, Medical School Student Council, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. PAUL STEPHEN JOSEPH KAPPES, Bellevue, Ky.-Villa Madonna College, B.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa. AUDDIE C. KENNEDY, Henderson, Ky.-Duke University, N.C., Murray State College, B.S., Phi Chi. THOMAS KIRBY, Olive Hill, Ky.-Morehead College, Eastern Ky. State College, San Diego State College, B.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa. WAYNE W. KOTCAMP, Greenup, Ky.-Ashland Jr. College, A.A., University of Louisville, B.A., Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Chi. JERRY B. MCKENNEY, Lexington, Ky.-University of Kentucky, B.S., Phi Chi. VICTOR LAWRENCE MCKINLEY, JR., Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville. WILLIAM McNABB-Centre College, B.A., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Chi. MILTON F. MILLER, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Phi Chi. WILBUR A. MITCHELL, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Columbia Uni- versity, M.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa. THOMAS F. MORIARTY, JR,, Louisville, Ky.-College of the Holy Cross, Mass., B.S. JOSEPH PAUL MUDD, New Haven, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Phi Chi. RANDLE M. MULLINS, Wingo, Ky.-Murray State College, B.S., Phi Chi, JAMES P. MYERS, Hopkinsville, Ky.-Western Ky. State College, B.S., Phi Chi, Chap- ter Editor, Christian Medical Society. JOHN E. MYERS, JR., Lexington, Ky.--University of Kentucky, B.S., Transylvania College, Alpha Kappa Kappa. LEE PALMER, JR., Louisville, Ky.-University of Texas, University of Kentucky, Uni- versity of Louisville, B.S., Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Chi. KENNETH S, PHILLIPS, Lexington, Ky.-University of Kentucky, B.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa. SENIORS STANLEY PRICE, Louisville, Ky.-University 'of Louisville, B.A., Alpha Kappa Kappa. JEAN B. RATLIFF, Sharpsburg, Ky.-Vanderbilt University, B.A., Ward-Belmont, University'of Kentucky. JAMES R. RICH, Covington, Ky.-Georgetown College, B.A., Phi Chi. JAMES E. ROSS, Lexington, Ky.-University of Kentucky, B.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa. WILLIAM RUSSELL, JR., Louisville, Ky.-Western Ky. State College, B.S., Phi Chi. WILLIAM A. RYE, Flemingsburg, Ky.-University of Kentucky, B.S., Phi Chi. WILLIAM J. SANDMAN, JR., Louisville, Ky.+University of Louisville, B.A., Phi Chi. ELMER JOHN SCHMIERER, Minot, North Dakota-Northwest Nazarene College, Idaho, B.A., University of North Dakota, B.S. G. RANDOLPH SCHRODT, Louisville, Ky.-University of Notre Dame, B.S., Alpha Omega Alpha, Vice President. JAMES E. SHAW, West Liberty, Ky.-Purdue University, B.S., M.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa, Corresponding Secretary, Medical School Student Council, Vice President, USC. EDWARD C. SHRADER, JR., Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Alpha Omega Alpha, President. ARTHUR J. SHULTHISE, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Iowa State College, Western Ky, State College, Phi Chi. JOHN B. SOUTHARD, Louisville, Ky.-University ot California, University of Louis- ville, B.A., Phi Chi. WILLIAM WATHEN SPALDING, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Buch- nell University, University of Pennsylvania, Phi Chi. HARRY DOUGLAS STAMBAUGH, Louisville, Ky.--Berea College, B.A., Alpha Kappa Kappa. ROBERT ADAMS STANSBURY, Louisville, Ky.-University of Kentucky, University of Louisville, B.A., Phi Chi. WILLIAM B. STODGHILL, Louisville, Ky.-Washington and Lee University, B.A., Phi Chi, Medical School Student Council. JOHN T. WALLACE, Lexington, Ky.-Transylvania College, B.A., Phi Chi. DONALD L. WARE, Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Phi Chi, Class Treasurer. WILL W. WARD, JR., Frankfort, Ky.-Johns Hopkins University, B.A., Phi Chi, Alpha Omega Alpha. WILLIAM H. WEINFURTNER, Proctorville, Ohio, Marshall College, B.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa, Vice President. FRANCIS BENNETT WELLS, Lexington, Ky.-University of Kentucky, B.S., Alpha Kappa Kappa, Vice President, Sophomore, Junior and Senior Class. GEORGE -H. WHITE, JR., Louisville, Ky.-University of Louisville, B.A., Alpha Kappa Kappa. JAY W. WILSON, Murray, Ky.-University of Kentucky, B.A., Alpha Kappa Kappa. PAUL A. WOLF, New York, New York-New York University, University of Louis- ville, B.A., Tufts College, Alpha Omega Alpha. JACK ELVIN WRIGHT, New Albany, Indiana-Washington State, University of Louis- ville, B.S., Indiana University, Phil Chi. K. VINCENT ZIEGLER, Louisville, Ky.-Xavier University, Cincinnati, B.S. JOHN M. ALLEN, Jackson, Ky.-University of EVERETT SANDLIN, Newport, Ky.-Centre Col- Kentucky, B.S., Phi Chi. lege, B-A-2 AIPIWB KBPPB KBPPB- RALPH GAMBREL, Louisville, Ky.-University of DWIGHT TOWNES, Jr., Louisville, Ky.-Washing- Louisville, B.A., Phi Chi. ton and Lee University. GEORGE R. GREENWELL, Cox's Creek, Ky. VIRGINIA KEENEY, Louisville, Ky. -Q' 247 'im '4 ,. , . ,,', Alexander 44-Ag jg, 'A 1 . ' 5 ttf' .. . fiumfvlz it-lf, z... 4-yy MEDICAL JUNIORS E Joseph iz-':ffj'.L1g'r-51275133 . - . ,w-W' ,- . ,, .,,., . . ,.4,,..3k.. :2 ' 'J 4'1252'ff:1g'?if 3. y '-g.zw',P' . ' 1. U 'f J a D195 - 1 R 51 Al m a H d . . .1 ,. 4 4 .,. , Ronald Almgren DW I Q N f X 5 X K, . 'B .S W. ,X .-as .13 . ' ' ' 'f"'i' ??2Qf3E? ' B l G Ck b U fn X l -.1 ' 1. :'.51i: fff. ,-Q95 't Q Shelby i B O 9 Q e S 5 fr A r:1w..1.h 3tfJi'g ' fl Stephen Burkhart Raymond Bush Robert Callaway Jack Collings John S. Collis, Jr. ' mmmmmwsaa1 John D. Copeland Robert Cornett, Jr. Harry Cowherd Philip Crawford Claude Cummins Clyde Danks Joseph R. Davis Henry Delong Marion Douglass, Jr. Clemmie Everley William Gillespie Robert Harris William Johnson Richard Jolson John Joshua Nettie Graham King James Orr 2.11"?33i-"?.I61252f,. .. ft. -' . ' A1 . " " " Wf?t?ZI252Q14?I'Fi5:':,f'E.::Xi2t'34'1a r Q N, ,N V W y X Q ' V Y Q x KR, 0 Q. M Y 'A xv Q A s K N 5135, 2? Q xx N v ,f Q ki wsfu , . at 4 2 x 9 3 qxibx v , b' , A A , 5 wk 1: Q Q V. V we s 2 V s 4 ,. 3 . 212.71,.E13.,-rg-555gQ1.r'Zi . ' ,, '. X ,sgsag 2,fZ'? " 'ft ,....+.., -, .MM ,L .. .wrfga ft" "'-1'1 t1?IZV5Y'S ' ' i ' K uv? William Powers Norman Rentro Arthur Rothman Carl Rutledge Charles Smith Hugh Smith William Winter John E. Allen Stiles Allen James E. Alvey Jack D. Amis Fred Ba rgatze George Beard James Blackerby Robert Blake James Bondurant John C. Burris James E. Butler Z.. 3..::...l ,,.,. W.,A.,4..., -., ' , mi:-1-' , .. 4. ,lv I f 42-vp ' 1, , .3 J 3' ifv SQ , + iw 3,551 - Q, W I I X s t 7 x of S Charles , ,..v . Ca rty , pf " . A mgfrgi' I y P, Hubert Chan .,.. i wt I I a rd Churnley z . I. ,,l, MA, I ,V Walter Cole l David Colvin Kearney Daniel, J Edwin Davis Donald Diebold James Dorton Ollie Emerine Ma ry P. Fox MEDICAL SOPHOMORES Ronald Cecil Fragge Holcomb William Arthur Gatewood lsaacs Imogene Henry Gobble Jackson Kong William Oo Goh Jones Theodore Norman Guiglia V Kirby Tom E. l Russell Hall Long Harry Marie Hamilton, Jr. Mannlx Kenneth James Haywood Monin Thomas Bacon Heavern, Jr. Moore William Merle Hilbun NaP'eV -v l 147151.42 ,gg -, wg.-ff I. 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Reid Nelson Rue, Jr. James Rullner Roberl Runge Richard Salran Arlhur Sherbin David Shipp Elvis Thompson William Tullle William Vonderhaar Gene T. Walls Lewis E. Wesley Coleman Will Ira Woodslein John Yarbro MEDICAL FRESHMEN Glenn Adams John Arnbach Roberl Arnold Clegg Auslin David Barrell George Bellamy Gordon Bells Jellries Blackerby William Bowles Carl Brueggemann Daniel Burke Clyde Burress William Bushong James Carter Harry Collier Stanley Collis Robert Cooper Howard DeHaven Melvin DeWeese John Gleason Marvin Harris Bobby Hayes Franklyn Henry Witold Hoia if ""' . ,,. - . -, k Qs D S X xx ik X s N 4 ii ' . . 5, Tiff Ref , x ibw X W . ay i v ,ii gx 4 5 A -X :gym . fovyffv 'fir . Ei " fi-at wr x ,-.Vu x as rf '01 I i V -4 . .Z,.5 if ' 5' V4 .11-ss. 1 .. ,,. X 22 . g if ,,q. J f .W . . . .,,. 1 .. V7 .4 pr.: X ew HX , A .if is .. I iss: . we .L5ffg"' 1 F.: ,riff , , Q , , James Howard Alfred Jacobs Herbert Jaffin John R. Jones William Joule Henry Kamin Raymond Kaufman Frank Kemper Malcolm King Emanuel Klein Richard Kochman Wiley Kozee David Landon George Lawson 6 Q.. g i 0' 4' 4 R 'V up ,-.swf - 21'- iw V 'i W W - x 3'-' B+ r 4 . -v E K rt . i by . uf' RQ -, .W 1 ... Q. .V . r 649 , 1 A -if J ..- 2 ..,...4Ln '- ' fv. agree: 1 I I Q. . Q -X. ..s-Q.: A get A iw' :V -ws? ,,. C h a r l es if. LeNeave ' 'J i f Robert Lewis Mary Ann Logan A be - oi? , .. ,JL J I ., .1 -af' - Q ., - f J? Q 'cj Q5 1 5. Robert Longshore V . 5.2 ,cV. .- - . 1 - -',:'.::32z2'7E , 6 15,1-: his-t4 f . fri' -:iff ' 92 7151? f' ,f 4f'V George A ,A .. .- ,-L, f. Mahan V ,- Cecil fat my Maiof .t:1. Keith IQ. :sf , f Martin s . . ' ,rrr V William It Masse 3 Alfred V V ,V Mattox V ... if ' ' McBeath QQ?-ff . 1' bikini ."'fffk1:' Siiiigf .I ' ' ' - - wa? 11+ Robert f MCGVGWW 1 .ff?'Zi'i?v' fl. 'I 2 ,,:,:,4,.V'.-'- ,+:..::...j. '-11.'f,,1 I ' OWS Nl I 6 l'l l mira . ,.'- 5:25-1'Tz'2'i5. --ein . f' ' ,., Charles wi g'-'V Moore 'L ,, :gg-..s,i.V 1, , . Warren Morford Y fl - - 3 V, ffl r l il fl I A as-' fu. -NH' r ,. John Morris Robert 0 1, f X 3 A . gzfeffij ,..... V. ,,,, r fv' , M 1 1' ,4 f f 1 , Q, 4, Overstreet ,mf Hoovef Perry QW' , It 14 Mary 1 1' iiiw,mV' Rav M f " fjfff Fra nk f 1 7 Reeder, Jr,Q V, V7 Rollie 5 . M 'l'l. 5 Rhodes' Jfr-A 'lf H.. James Roney Raymond Rose Warren Rucker Douglas Sanford Gerald Sasser Mark Sexter Harold Simms Donald Schulte ,,.r:, - . T .. :a3?.3::, W-' -311542 4:,.4...1 .,.s. ,...: Q .W .,,. , f 5' V ' " s . r gif-.'aIgQa ' . . ... '. , . ,,,, 4.,,,,.., ..,, M, ,,,, .,.,., f ,M ,,,,, .. 1--'fl-fg' - r.,.,f .re a s V, ive-ff., as f f . ...A - W. " '.,i ,,,, X 5121 . . V1'.:v:'f .. if:f-iii: 2V f2:fV"S: " 'irV. "" 'i , ,W f f K .. I. .. , 3 1 3-A . r ' 3 1 'I' 4 K ' TT"f 11'i ,..,, -' Sri , 1, ...W ,Y . i P ,D f . 1 rj r. .J , 'Q' . Henry Spalding Emmett Staley Joseph Stiles Lewis Sutton Alfred Tadajewski David Upton Donald Varga Frances Walker William Ward Jack Wilhoit Donald Williams Earl B. Williams Walter Wilson James A. Wo rd ::g:fz.zf.f- ., , " 4,2 '!72!E'7 'W V 634,12 e iff' 1 .3 - I I fi 342. - ' . . " V ,W.i.5 i5'?5rlQ53El4" . f fl 12 3 f ,f f if J i X , , a 1 4 ., I My We If Q Y ,W Nxmgff , Z i fa f 1 fi, , f, 'M ,, , ,Qi 4' U Waygw ..-f ,Q ff, ,, I 4 ww! ' I! K V V -.1 , nz' , :Q.5: Q, , ' ' 2.28 f ..-, if . r f-E: 5 'A ' 3-2255 gg - . f . fa q, , 5121.2 . , A4. J . I V ,,.V, V. MM? 79 if f . V- f 'F Qiga fur. . "J , ,. , . V: tif - f- V , :,. 47:31 V.. .wk ":f :, -' L' ::?" - A . 1,3 Sf' . ,-. in 5 4. .. Par A with V 'fa . ll V -I 4' l ALPHA OMEGA ALPHA M. ., J .,,. J AAAA ,JJJ , ., A A AAA ig y 'QA t A A We Pferfdenf A it AA' A it AAA: A 32 -A. f lf, ' ' ffewef Q , Y , A P H ,:,, I ZE' P - ., k,x,'V: Faculty Officers - . KQLA John W. George Edward Will W. Paul A. Huff Schrodt Shrader, Jr. Ward Wolf Alpha Omega Alpha, the national honorary scholarship society in medicine, elects to membership each year students in their third and fourth years who are out- standing in scholarship and character. Its purpose is to encourage personal honesty and the spirit, of medical research. It is not a social organization and the custom is growing of devoting the chapter meetings to the presentation of clinical cases and scientific papers with discussion. A non-secret, college medical honorary society, it was organized at the College of Medicine at the University of Illinois, Chicago, August 25, T902 and is the only order of its kind in medical schools on this continent. There are forty-one active chapters representing nearly all those institutions of the highest rank in Canada and the United States and it is only to those attaining such rank that charters will be granted. ' EDWARD SHRADER GEORGE SCHRODT WILLIAM WARD JOHN HUFF DR. SIDNEY JOHNSON DR. A. J. MILLER MEDICAL SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL Joseph Fred Dwight Milton Henry Imogene John W. Alexander Barlow Blackburn Comer De Long Gobble Huff Zllglpige gall? Raymond James Alfred William Frances o es Rose Ruffner Tadaiewski Vonderhaar Walker President .............. -- ....., ....... F RED D, BARLOW Vice President ......... ...... H ENRY DeLONG Secretary .......... .,,.. F RANCES WALKER Treasurer .. ........ RAYMOND ROSE 252 ww' PHI DELTA EPSILON MEDICAL FRATERNITY 2 Joseph Milton Robert Howard Richard Marvin Boris Arthur Alexander Comer Cooper Fink Gibbs Harris Heller Isaacs if ai A .,.. . I "ra s' V ,. -,,,, , V VLV, X V 4,7V is 4 . 1 f 'I ---i ' 4, f V - fi "" " 1 -Y '15, 'ffm Herbert Richard William John H. Henry Emanuel Richard Morris Jattin Jolson Jones Joshua Kamin Klein Kochman Miehl Arthur Richard Mark Arthur I Rothman Satran Sexter Sherbin Woodstein Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity was tounded nationally in i904 and now consists of forty-nine chapters. Phi Chapter was established at the University of Louisville in l9I6. Among the chapter's successful endeavors this past year was the presentation of Dr. Harold Wolf, noted authority on psychosomatic medicine from Cornell Uni- versity. In addition, the organization had the honor of winning for the second year the Omicron Delta Kappa scholarship cup. MILTON COMER HENRY SOSIN President ........... Vice President ..... . .,.., PHIL GRIEVER Secretary ,...... Treasurer ,..,, ...... J OHN JOSHUA Historian ,,,,, ...,., D ONAL BILLIG MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: Stanley Bernstein, Donal Billig, Malcolm Garber, S. Philip Greiver, Henry R. Hashkes, Howard Levine, Ronald Sagerman, Gilbert Scherer, Bernd Silver, Martin Sokoloff, Henry Sosin. 253 Robert Fred Fred Neale Dwight Robert Shelby Joseph Arnold Bargatze l3eflOW Bennett Blackburn Blake Boggess Bolton William Richard Carl Thornton Jesse Stephen Raymond James Bowles Brandon Brueggemann Bryan Bryant Burkhart Bush Childers John Stanley Robert William Edwin Joseph Marion John Collis Collis Cornett Daniel Davis Davis Douglass Einarson 9 William Robert Philip John Harry Bobby Samuel WifOlCl Epling Fidler Fuson Gleason Hamilton Hayes Hodges Hoia Cecil James Alfred William John Holcomb Howard Jacobs Johnson Jones ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA Chapter Primarius Chapter Deputy ...,.. President .............. Vice President ....,,. Treasurer .........,..,........... Recording Secretary ............ Corresponding Secretary Historian ................,............,. Warden ...........,....,....,.,.... Marshal ....,.,, Chaplain ,., 254 . .... ..,.. JAMES SHAW DR. WOODFORD TROUTMAN DR. W. BURFORD DAVIS FRED BARLOW DWIGHT BLACKBURN BOBBY BLACK L. C. MCCLOUD JAMES ROSS CHARLES PECK ' H. C. SMITH Edwin Paul Malcomb Thomas LON ROBERTS Jordan Kappes King Kirby Alpha, Kappa Kappa was founded nationally in i888 and Alpha Nu Chapter was established at the University ot Louisville in i909. E SE K E 5 lt Wiley David George Robert Kozee' Landon Lawson Lewis Alfred Wilbur Charles Tl1OmaS Mattox Mitchell Moore Moriarty . , 3 ,.,l ' John B. John Merle James Charles Kenneth Stanley Norman Morris Myers Napier Orr Peck Phillips Price Renfro i ':,.:.f'11'-V g KA, X James Rayburn Nelson James Robert Carl Gerald Don Ross Rucker Rue Ruttner Runge Rutledge Sasser Schulte ff James Hugh Emmett Harry Alfred Elvis David Gene Shaw Smith Staley Stambaugh Tadaiewski Thompson Upton WSWS William ' Francis Lewis George Jack Weinfurtner Wells Wesley White, Jr. Wilhoit Earl Jay Coleman James Williams Wilson Witt Word MEDICAL FRATERNITY MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: George F. Ballard, Frank Bassett, Ralph Barnes, Hubert Chaney, Everett Coleman, Charles Davis, William A. Erwin, William B. Furgerson, Seldon Graham, Don Harding, Ernie Hart, Carroll Jansen, Billy Johnson, Kenneth Klooze, Kenneth Lanter, James Linville, L. C. McCloud, Joseph F. McDowell, Roy B. McEndre, Harold Moberly, Ronald Naser, Rob- ert E. Norsworthy, Dennis B. Penn, James Pope, Elmer Prewitt, Ota Renegar, Lon Roberts, Everett Sandlin, Alvin Shelton, Ray Smith, Charles Taylor, Oscar Thompson, James Tulloh, Robert Wheeler, John Wilson, Hoover Perry. 255 3 i 5 .V . I . ' 59, . J.. i EV ' lf " 2fri11. -5 .,. --1 V . . , " 1 .ibI'vs-s,'t::.-f-,His '. , 05: . N ' 'ZF , it ' ' :- 111. .. ,sta 2:5 ff' - 2' ' .V 1 me x . . il, ' 5255 ' .. fffiiiig 11.15, 2 V , - . 1 1. .' E . -If-se. fa.: -3 , .rss 51.4 -ii-. Q' -i.Els'.1.:as -41-t3" .g':?' 'af' . 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V A , V . 3,351-.?' .eii all William Spalding Robert Joseph Stansbury Stiles John Southard Henry Spalding Charles Smith PHI CHI MEDICAL FRATERNITY The Phi Chi medical fraternity was founded nationally in 1889 and Alpha Chapter was established at the University of Louisville in 1894. the 256 William Stodghill Alpha William Tuttle Lewis Sutton Donal: Varga mt 5154 4 I Q X-I , ' - --.t-12:3 , .. .T R, AX N S L-., Harry Batts .XX-, if sf ,sax .-X , ,f , -. ,P 'fg--nfitiffit -2 titty J-wiv! 14 ,iv g ge, f X1 jgfjf A 1 1 1 4 xr any .f ' Z Q " 4 ,1 1 4, QQ fa !Xf'1f ' i f 1 1 1 W 1 f 1 11 ,1 M '1 2:21.-VA fiffiie -- . '1 r. wi ' 43: amp, 1-.5 . L ,g z :Eff Ffh' - . . - . . I . 1 . 1 A ... m9.:,3., K, .. ., . , Q. 1 ,a,l,..-N. ,E -,-,J-, li-,,,,..,,., ,, . .i ' , ,. .,.-.,,1, M , . ,m u 7 ,Q . ,fp I 4. , ,, .Z q,,. e.:af--:na ,.- -. - . - I ragga ,ff-,1:41z,gf,g,--1 111 - - '- ' . ,,,, -- "" 1 A . "" - ' . ..X.. 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Walter William JBCIQ John Will W. eoiril ,g , s. ,,,, H , , 'T 21' - 1 , ,-, - .:3.Eg5. 5, - xx 2 N? , , ,,., . X W 1 I 2 X X 1 2 RX 1 9 1 W cs 1435-.sly la:-.:,, if me .s - .3 Q 4 X Xi! , X 4 l X, 1 x V of XX i E. sq. Q-14,-- .,,i,... .-mf. I X Eli' Y .-. -?i:?-frigrl' fr' . -:gg-3-:5.. ' -Q . ...,. X -A ff I Gt 3 XX, X' Nw, , .5 .K , Nlx, VS .,.. I .X fx Q Q ,M ,A I V. ,J . - ,- .... I .,s:N-531. Q i9 X KX x X gi a Q . XX X X J X V' 1 -X "" David Colvin Tom Hall J X W X X is ' X V i ZW X K ' -'47 N i John Copeland Harry Cowhe Philip rd Crawford Steve Cuff , g14w,3.51v-:Q ,. K 5fI . T '12 F " iw 1 . my -.,., 1 4 1 .K Ze :iii 1 . ,llz 5 - - t ,,,f 2 1 e k . -- at-an-:er :X: we 'iafa?.::.:a'i1 :fsfy fffv txrsafaia: 'X ,t xx 1 if l 4 J X N 7 I gee 5 Q N M' Q Robert Harris William Hall 1, 1, 1- G -.i .,,4 : f:'-1- .-.mfga - : Kenneth Haywood fr-1.5 . -.ill-v, W F13 f im: 53 K W1 8 " '- Ex X was 0? ' 2 Qin Claude Cummins K. B. Daniel ,::','1 , :.4.f,A' ., v Thomas Heavern 4fi: . 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Ifdiffg ' 'G -2: ' ..a 1-QL -"M i' .X fi ' , ..If??-., ' X1 -' . -I ,, L - '.1Q5,.,v 8 1 '31 1 . ffm 1 122 1 , 5 'YQ X , .3 William William Robert George Keith Jerry Mahan Martin Massey McBeath McGrath McKenney William Milton McNabb Miller James Bacon Monin Moore Joseph Mudd Rollie James James Rhodes Rich Roney N of ,WK 'dfyi M fx so Raymond Rose -SX: '-:vc -is .. . .'i. I it 1 ' I J , r,,--- 1- if i'i' 1 ' v L. -fe gf 22' rf V1 I ' ' P 'W W Q -.age e-5- ..-1 1 3' I A v Q 39 Q 1x Q w 1- A William :S 1 1,3 :gag f 5 11 -L T533 ffkifif Qilnilifqgifl sw a .1 .azz 1--.--'-fw:..-Q-1'-L" swf.- W-gXXa.i1'i:Q ,..,4,. Q-rf:-X--.--Qge-r-f'xX. ,fa A MIC, - is Vonderhaar Wallace Ward Presiding Senior . Presiding Junior Secretary Treasurer .. . Alumni Secretary 4. ,MI 22 ew, ,few X- . -wk 14: ,Q X4 1 561 ev g fly ' I 1 A9 iw Q of 5 f ga ' 1. ,., .. .. -11- L f 8 1 51, rl G. Ward n .. M. ., -,-.-.Si,f::eX.- :,: . ..,-1-,342 me . iiflf qlk' -.11 - tr: ' ,f 11.1.2-:.i9, f'f. far ft 2355 - 1- AZ' '1 P fx X' X 'fi ' 2 new .1-X. .1 .1 1-ff I ,ew BS William William William Dougl Russell Rye Sandman Sanio ,, 5' -:-,- wg ng - -W .:. 1a-.:.-w-:- f- '- l , 1- I. rd , ,.v .2 1 , .74 ,v 7. 1. IQ, 259235 M1-Qqw ec -imp?-5. - 5- f ff . ' -if . . . - - -e wi? Ware Williams .. ROBERT BRASHEAR . JAMES ALMAND K. B. DANIEL, JR. .. NORMAN KIRBY .. JAMES MARVEL Q , K ,fi yi 1-gr ' fi 255 'lt ii r 7 f QW.. . - , i...i 31 4 JZ? I4 4 has 1 11 if 0 Q. M 1 4 vias 'ab res' . 5335? ,123 ff-zfagaiiil 'Z-g-.f,,f-32.1. Q 4 . gpg? 4:1 1 1 ,f 222 2 N6 f W V wg -9.3-3-:A ,Ji jff C I1 ' 1 1, 2 1 f 511, 1 bf! ,I 1 4 'wa W I ff 1 ' 14 7 0, vc 1 1 4 1, .1. Wilson Winter Judge Advocate . Chapter Editor Guide .,.. Sentinels :az Q-I , 1 1 11 ff , if 33 ff 1 1 5 ? f t ?",. 9, Y 31 Jf, 42 f' 1 1. A- 1 1 Harold David Arthur Shipp Shulthise 3211:-:1.:,. - gi-me 1 if r ,. . ,, . 1f . f, , 1523 it- Simms 'z.-1, far? ,4. , 1 -my 1 -. -5 14 I ' , 1,6 rj 10 1 J! ff , if 4 7.64 1 , f vi ,. ., 1 27 l I John Wright Yarbro . .. CECIL GRUMBLES .. RENATO MONACO .. WILLIAM WARD JOHN T. JOHNSON PATRICK O'NEIL 257 s 33, Q All in a day's work' MEMBERS NOT PICTURED: J. M.- Allen, Ralph Gambrel, George Greenwell, Albert Joslin, Dwight Townes, Joseph Carr, P. J. Cunning- ham, J. C. Davies, Herbert Harkelroad, D. E. Howard, John Johnson, Eli Khouri, J. N. Marshall, Tom Marshall, James Marvel, W. Ches Mc- Call, J. R. McGowan, Renato Monaco, L. A. Morgan, Richard Natale, Patrick O'Neil, Evan Overstreet, James Payne, Ray Potts, Glenn Powell, Howard Ravenscraft, Raymond Remmers, William Rowlett, W. K. Skaggs, Frand Sleadd, R. G. Vincent, J. H. Callis, W. J. Cooper, L. C. Hess, J. L. Jenkins, Quentin Korfhage, J. D. Kirksey, C. J. Scal- zitti, Carl Shroat, William Gatewoocl, Winston Burke, Francis Simmons, Ronald Gragge, Dave Wetherby, Hubert Chan, Charles Foster, Omero lung, William Joule, L. J. Klein, William Oliver, Thomas Perkins, Robert Ransom, Charles Rhodes, Joseph Stokes, Conrad Williams, James Williamson, Lincoln Shimomura. 258 MEDICAL SCHOOL INFORMALS Poor pooch ! Observation! J If K fb 9 W 4-We ' ,Af , 7" " www, v, , f ,,, -v,f', f i , if IW , A x 23,1 Practicing! k i In The lounge. v if X ' .IC4 ' Q ..E"'l 5 iz-,fl ? - ' imnznnu I FW ffvggfpz 'W '-' '-2'-31' 4'3" 0725 555 1- q-Q 1 ---Lu WEL N4 ' , 3 -'jr f 1-jf-iii-' " 3. 5 N , ,Q ,Q I 3' -, + f fn SCHOOL OF MUSIC . WV Q. .1 DWIGHT ANDERSON Dean Dr. Dwight Anderson has been Dean of the University of Louisville School of Mu- sic since 1937. He studied with Shailer Evans at the Cincinnati Conservatory and received an honorary doctorate degree there in 1941. He did graduate work in New York and Paris An outstanding musical figure in the South, Dr. Anderson's most recent activ- ity in the interest of music was a tour of seven South American countries as a good-will music ambassador to introduce American music to them, while learning of theirs. Dr. Anderson has served as Music Editor for the Courier Journal SCHOOL OF MUSIC Founded in 1932, the University of Louisville School of Music has been located in a setting of fourteen beautiful acres of lawns and gardens in Cherokee Park since 1947. Gardencourt is of increasing popularity with students and faculty alike. The two buildings on the campus contain studios, practice rooms, classrooms, administrative offices, a library and a large record collection, recital hall and cafeteria. Gardencourt has established many annual traditions, some of which are the Contemporary Music Festival, held each May, the annual pro- gram of Christmas music and an outstanding Opera Workshop which is also a part of the Kentucky Opera Association. This year a Baroque Music Festival was held in January. Many students and faculty play in the widely renowned Louisville Orchestra and because of this close tie, the campus is frequented by composers and performers of great musical renown. They speak to the student body, hear their compositions and performances and enjoy with them the work that is so musically inspirational in this setting. A ' fi ' ,.,., . - 0 C, 'A 5 I W4 P bet: sxx X 'F " r Z 1 wx ,, 1 rg f L ,R as I, 1 A fa R wr x'bk'fi" 499 ' :I Tp gf . s,.s,,,f 5 gg.. XLS' vymkw 4 M ,V XM ., I ff 'R X 452 N? 4 L 'ma N 'far R Ir-512 'w.Uf,' R wi 9 P5 'QQ sg" if yt I , 41: Hz. v X .1 ,E N ' ei .gp f 55 X .. ,R . Q-mf f Q' if :Q "fs xg! f , . ff M 2 M H I, .,,. 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I :Q ,- :' 1 , ,VH ,,Ar ' I ,I , , jf ., ff- 2,0 f-. .1-1, g ,, ,' Ly f '1-ff ' 2 .f s fr? wwf., mf 1 ,. f -- ' ' -' . rwfftm . - - .f ., A I' ff -' I., , 1 145' gig, yfZ:f1- ,f5g,'jg V 'mn if 'f A cf ' ' . gg fu , ,fl .4 ,if 7 ,3 Q V I. . ,fig , fr It ' . ., H V - V V .7 age., 'fffli lft 'f f 1, W--IMI, '- 'mpc :. L. ,, fkffa 'I ft A, ,. ., , .--5??3Ec:,Qf,1,,,,.. , ' ' .-f,,:.f f . L . . , L . ..W,.. . .. .W ' V ' I - ' " 'N " """"'15f24' K V L ,f..f,,' ' jg 7 "F:-1-:xg-f sl Vim .... , SZZILTZIR-,MT -' f i Examining the tapestry. MUSIC SENIORS ABBY BEIERFIELD, Louisville, Ky.-B.M., Voice, Opera, Sigma Alpha Iota, Mad- rigal Singers, Music School Student Council, Mortarboard, Cardinal. .IIMMIE LEE CARTER, Kansas City, Mis- souri-B.M.E., Voice, Madrigal Singers Kentucky Opera Association, Chorus. KARL KROEGER, Louisville, Ky.-B.M. Com- position, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fra- ternity, Vice President, Treasurer, Mad- rigal Singers, C. J. Hellman Award, 1952, 1954, Zudie Harris Reinike Award, 1953-54, Tennis Team, Scholar- ships in Composition, 1951, 1952. JUNE STALLINGS LLOYD, Louisville, Ky.- B.M., Piano, Sigma Alpha Iota. The Cottage. KATHERINE LURTON, Louisville, Ky.- B.M.E., Violin, Sigma Alpha Iota, Mad- rigal Singers, Little Symphony, Louis- ville Orchestra. PHILIP W. OWEN, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Tuba, Pi Kappa Omicron, Founder, Sec-' retary, Corresponding Secretary, Chair- man, PiKO Cultural Advancement Award Committee, Spanish Club, Board of Stu- dent Publications, Band, President's Scholarship, 1947-48, Pepsi-Cola Schol- arship, 1947-48. THADDEUS REED, Louisville, Ky.-B.M., Piano, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity, Kappa Alpha Psi, Music School Student Council, Band, Chorus, IRC, BSU. JUDY RULE, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Viola, Little Symphony, Chorus. ARNOLD SELIGMAN, Louisville, Ky. -- B.M.E., Cello, Little Symphony. ROBERT BELOW Cnot picturedj, Louis- ville, Ky.-B.M., Piano, Music School Chorus, Madrigal Singers, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity, President, Secretary, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. W. v .urns ul-tar. Donnaiean 2 - 51. A x -. A 'Hifi ' 31? 4 , -v '-:ttszszyzai P, ' ' 4 4 . W5 , ,rg , , ,pf , k tif f 4 m ff 1 as J g ,af V 'f -f V . , ef- . ' 1-l M.. .f sl., f 4' f lf - , f ,: - ima.. . . f - ' v N -Y 8 , ', 11. Wg. , - zzma. ,flfvii x H :Zi 011352 ' 'r f 4 Q , f ...14:e2:55.,,-we ,rf . 24' 3-rm -,,,. ft' 1 2 .Qi ,.L 5.572 . ,. iii f' . .:. H2755 f-ff. :Z ' 'V "' " ,' .f.. 'Q f - ' v 1 -,Q .. f' ,,,,.,Vv,,,,ff ' ,. iv Patricia Bass Boddy Louise Bollinger Betty Cockerill Carroll Crafton Arthur H. Hicks Philip Parnes Harry Rinehart Emily Rucker .- , xswsxx'-'s',z.'1g,.,, N ff-1,-ss-ew-Q fr ,mpg-is .. -' . , . - N Vs- 1, -,ifqffi -:Q ., . 134'-'N t , -:1., 1-K ' V ' 1:-f7if'Yffsi'i1f -Ffh '-'35 ' . 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MUSIC FRESHMEN --'fir-"::z3f',:::,-33:iLf?3Ix:2:-eg:-rw:'c,:xfgz,.:33: Y1"rawmgzswggyg-ar .ff .. 1 . , . .- 5:4 I , H izvfif . .-', ' 'ETH' 4 :S 'V .Vl'1f"2i,.i 555:75-v-.-f"' Q 4 'V . ,,., ' '- 75753 'f'f":,. .IG'??2"f.- ' F 1 l4'AiL115W,1'-'if,. 436 4"' F295 P ':- ,' .:.1f:f:'.g' ' ,,gg:I'.ez- '11 5 :4-4 ,- Mary Ann Cubranic Dolores Bruce Gedeao Willa Fee Kempf Lindle Martins Williams Marion Gilliam Norbert Zehnder SCHOOL OF MUSIC CHORUS The School of Music Chorus, under the di- rection of Richard Dales, has set a new high in standards of excellence and per- formance. In addition to annual programs of Christmas music and a sizeable work of contemporary importance in May, the Chorus also reads music and strives to be- come acquainted with music of all periods of history. First row, left to right: Patsy Bass, Katherine Lurton, Tucky Rucker. Second row: Billy Pearson, Karl Kroeger, James Carter, Bobby Below. THE MADRIGAL SINGERS The Madrigal Singers, under the direction of Raymon Meyer, are a group of select musicians who enioy the intimacy of recapturing the musical pleasures of ancient times. Performances on television, at the U of L Playhouse, at Gardencourt and programs throughout the city of Louisville are all part of their activities dur- ing a year. Mr. Monas Harlan serves as faculty advisor for the group. Just one of the beautiful views to be re membered at Gardencourt. 1n fra:-1.4-neun 'sr i .ff 2:11.-11. -ffmaszaxfs 2. ,5 -'nr 'V I I 1 gs, til' I 1 6 eycihi. y Q. , si A . ia. , - it-its 1 it tfigflsrg ig -' ., 5 ia Seated, left to right: Patsy Bass, Donnaiean Boddy. Standing: Carolyn King, Marie Jasper, Shirley Eubanks, Tucky Rucker, Betty Jean Chathem. PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA Phi Mu Alpha, National Professional Music Fraternity, was installed at the University of Louisville in 1952. The chapter has been active in furthering American music and represents Music School in national contests in composition and other aspects of music. Often mem- bers of the group perform their own compositions in recitals which they sponsor for individuals or the group as a whole. Mr. Maurice Laney is faculty advisor for the group. President ............. ...... G ARY STONECIPHER Vice President ,...... ....... K ARL KROEGER Treasurer Secretary ................. ....... R OBERT BELOW Alumni Secretary ......, ..... H AROLD PROBUS Warden .,................. ....... B lLLY PEARSON First row, left to right: Betty Cockerill, Marion Korda, unidentified, Doris Tandy. Second row: Genevive Moss, Mary Ann Stabile, Seoung Lee Chun, Louise Bollinger, Katherine Lurton. DELTA OMICRON Delta Omicron, National Professional Music Fraternity, was founded to create and foster fellowship, develop character and to arouse and encourage appreciation of good music. Zeta Chapter strives to carry out these purposes by awarding an annual scholarship, presenting, recitals and promoting proiects beneficial to the school such as improving the student lounge. The social calendar includes an annual spring formal at the School of Music. President ....,.... ..... D ONNAJEAN BODDY Vice President ....,,, ,,,,,,,.,.-,,,.,-, P ATSY BASS Secretary ......... ........ T UCKY RUCKER Treasurer ...... . ............ ..... A NN WUNDERLICH Publicity Chairman ..... ...,.,, C AROLYN KING Faculty Advisor ........ ...,,, E VELYN ALDRICH Informal iam session at Music School. Members pictured are: Joe White, Harold Probus Cseatedj and Henry Walters. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Sigma Alpha Iota is a national professional music fra- ternity whose ideals are to further music appreciation and develop musical ability. ln accordance with their aim, the members award an annual scholarship, pre- sent recitals and, as a special proiect, give a recital of American Music each year. Members of Sigma Alpha Iota are active in Kentucky Opera Association produc- tions and other musical events in the city. Presidertf ............. ............ B ETTY COCKERILL Vice President ....... .... . ..c. MARYLIN GENTILE Secretary .................... N ....... ..... A BBYE BEIERFIELD Treasurer, Chaplain ..... .... D ORlS EUBANK MUSIC SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL President ......, Vice President ,,... Secretary ..,,.. Treasurer .,...,,,. Faculty Advisor ...... HARRY RINEHART DONNAJEAN BODDY MARY ANN STABILE KARL KROEGER BENJAMIN OWEN .M 5,,,,, Seated, left to right: Bruce Lindle, Donnaiean Bodcly, Beniamin Owen, Mary Ann Standing: Harry Rinehart, Marion Gilliam, Joe White, Karl Kroeger. The Student Council annually sponsors a Halloween party for the school and also organizes other proiects for the benefit of Garclencourt students. Looks like lots ot fun! J:-Ink T1 Open house The Kentucky Opera Asso- ciation is a merger of the School of Music's Opera Department with a govern- ing board ot Louisville citizens, and is now doing several operas each year in addition to television broad- casts. The untiring efforts of Moritz Bomhard, the Di- rector, h a v e contributed much to the success ot the productions. L'Heure Espagnole KENTUCKY OPERA ASSOCIATION Fausf LB Boheme Some of the productions during the past year include such variety as La Traviata, La Tosca, L'Heure Espagnole, The Abduction from the Seraglio, La Boheme, Faust and last summer's Amphitheater production of The Tall Kentuckian. Members of the Louis- ville Orchestra play for these programs. Last year an award of merit was presented to the television station and the School of Music for the fine television broadcasts of the operas. Q if S ,V Q 4 ff . A 1? -,I V M- .., 1, Q A f 1 If .A . f dai? ,- ff..,.- - ,, "1 N ' Lz,1A5sE'25f'f' mf 29,5-5 1 ' W A. ' , 'Tf Q' wt . ' f'7-:Wi-1 " 22155-if .ffgi-mf' .af 5-Nz" ,v ' . ' -fs ,. 'A Q? "M 1, A ,f aw.. fviffrwf XBZMZZIZQ Mm . . Z .QLV , , ff- ! 'fig af . .22 . w Jil , A r f' L ' -V - : m h a:,f754af, 1 6 , .49 ' as fu i 1 -'I fi 1. I 5 V . - ,ijifi vi? fy im' i?WT5Wf' J ..A,ywz- ., .nf "rw-3261 2---5531 1 r .x 'an' Y q ' WW4- Y fZ77777Z S WWE X EUHR ,,D 5 J Wff J' iff: mf? my f..J2f I , .T TQ K 7 Z 4, my ff N' X SPEED SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL Q .II +5 ,QLIII IIIIII ROBERT CRAIG ERNST SPEEDQSCIENTIFIC SCHOOL The Speed Scientific School was founded in 1925 Through the generosity of William S. Speed and his sister, the late Mrs. Frederick M. Sackett, and stands as a monument to their desire that an engineering school be located in Louisville, Kentucky. From its be- ginning, the school has risen to a position among the top engineering schools of the country and today offers degrees in Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineer- ing, Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. Dean Robert Ernst came to Speed School from the University of Minnesota in 1926 as an assistant Protes- sor of Chemical Engineering. In 1933, he became a professor ot Chemical Engineering and was appointed chairman of that department. ln 1947 he succeeded Ford L. Wilkinson as Dean. Besides his many duties as Dean, Dr. Ernst acts as a consultant for numerous indus- trial concerns and government agencies and is also the president of the Institute of Industrial Research. FACULTY . - -W,-we-pt:,.v,s v -1. i ?i'5.er-' -:Z3if,',. ' . ' 3:-'fEL?5'?5 -. -. P' 1 'V 1 , . , , I ,.4r.,--.132 ,.,.:. V . U ' g . , 1,..., - - .- .. KQ ' .. . x H rw.-'-W . ' ,. f. 3.11, .ZW--1 f-fs:.-2, ., Q. ' .fi za. ,Ei f- ist- ' , 2 . :- - . .. .csmfi -,Stiff fu'-I'1: ':'-.11 1 g2f5:2??ZE1,.. -. Y 'i+5.avs- I 1 . . it - .Safe ,ff . V - -- -- :i f ' .1 . 'j:2ZI'f-2'-- -. S' K .. " .ff '-as . . . - - X JOSEPH DONALD M. FRANK AYERS BENNETT RYERSON, JR. B.S., B.A., M.A. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. B,A,, M,A. FACULTY NOT PICTURED: Albert H. Barnes, B.S.C.E., M.S.C.E., H. Maurice Carlson, B.S., B.M.E., John A. Dickson, B.S., M.S.M.E., H. H. Fenwick, B.S.M.E., Raymond I. Fields, B.A., M.A., Samuel T. Fife, E. E., S. E. Fisher, B.A., B.M.Ed., M.M.Ed., Hugh C. Forsberg, B.S., M.S.Ch.E., S. W. Galginaitis, B.S., Ph.D., Earl R. Gerhard, B.S.Ch.E., M.Ch.E., Ph.D., George R. Glenn, B.C.E., Louis O. Gonzalez, M.E., John E. Heer, Jr., B.C.E., M.S.C.E., Leo B. Jenkins, B.E.E., W. R. Mclntosh, B.S., M.S.C.E., M. G. Northrop, E.E., M.E., M.S.E.E., Edwin W. Paul, B.A., M.A., LL.B., L. J. Prince, B.A., M.A., J. H. Simester, B.S., M.A., Harry T. Smith, B.E.E., J. R. Snowden, B.S.C.E., M.S.C.E, S. C. Spalding, Jr., B.E., Ph.D., Ralph S. Trosper, B.Ped., B.S.M.E., M.S.M.E., Morton Walker, B.A., M.A., Wylie B. Wendt, B.C.E., C. E., Gordon C. Wil- liams, B.S.Ch.E., M.S.Ch.E., Ph.D., Carol O. G. Wittig, M.E., C.V. Metzler, B.Ch.E., M.S.Ch.E. 272 SENIORS ROBERT BRENT BOSSUNG, III, Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., Phi Kappa Tau, President, Sigma Tau, President, A.l.Ch.E., President, Omicron Delta Kappa, IFC, AFROTC, Lt. Colonel, Rifle Team, Arnold Air Society, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Armed Forces Com- munications Association Award, 1953, Distinguished Military Stu- dent, Cardinal, Intramural Sports, Speed School Student Council, Trustee's Scholarship, Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities. ALFRED EUGENE BRADLEY, Louisville, Ky.-B.C.E., Theta Tau, A.S.C.E., Treasurer, Intramural Sports, Speed Engineer. g WALTER B. BRUMLEVE, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., A.S.M.E. Pictured below: FRED BURTON, JR., Louisville, Ky.-B.E.E., Phi Kappa Tau, Secretary, Pledge Master, Omicron Delta Kappa, President, Sigma Tau, A.I.E.E., Golf, Varsity, four years, AFROTC, Maior, Arnold Air Society, Sec- retary, USC, Board of Student Publications, Intramural Sports, Sec- retary, Senior Class, President, A 81 S Freshman Class, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. WILLIAM GARY CAUFIELD, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E, Phi Kappa Tau, AFROTC, First Lieutenant, Arnold Air Society, Thoroughbred, Speed Engineer, Intramural Track, A.S.M.E. THOMAS ALLEN COOPER, Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., A.I.Ch.E., Sigma Tau, Speed School Glee Club, Secretary, Engineer's Day, Intramural Sports. CARL H. DENKER, Paducah, Ky.-B.M.E., Theta Tau, House Manager, A.S.M.E., ,Engineer's Day. RAYMOND W. DERMOTT, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Triangle, President, Speed School Student Council, IFC, Intramural Sports, A.S.M.E. ROGER ALAN DEUSCHLE, Louisville, Ky.-B.C.E., Phi Kappa Tau, Sigma Mu Sigma, Speed School Student Council, Cardinal, Sports Editor, Intramural Sports, A.S.M.E. GEORGE W. DUCKER, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Alpha Phi Alpha, A.S.M.E. RICHARD C. EBERHARD, Louisville, Ky.-B.E.E., Theta Tau, Sigma Tau, Secretary, A.S.E.E., A.S.C.E., AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Com- mander, Executive Officer, Speed Engineer, Business Manager, Sec- retary, Pre-Senior Class. Awa rd. Pictured right: THEODORE F. ELBERT, Louisville, Ky.-B.E.E., Speed Engineer, Student Branch, A.I.E.E. and I.R.E., A.I.E.E. Scholarship Award, 1951, NROTC, Bat- talion Commander, Eagle and Anchor Society, ln- tramural Sports HENRY W. ELDER, Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., Theta Tau, Scribe, Sigma Tau, A.I.Ch.E., Treasurer, Newman Club, Intramural Sports. WILLIAM P. GAST, Louisville, Ky.-B.C.E., A,S.C.E, President, Speed School Student Council, Secretary. ALAN M. GOLD, Louisville, Ky.-B.E.E., Theta Tau, Treasurer, Sigma Tau, Omicron Delta Kappa, AFROTC, Captain, Arnold Air Society, Executive Officer, Pledgemaster, Head Cheerleader, two years, ..Thoroughbred, Organizations Co-Editor, USC, "L" Raiser Commission, A.I.E.E., Little Thea- tre, Speed Debate Team. EMORY H. GRIMES, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Sigma Tau, Vice President, Treasurer, Junior Class, Presi- dent, Senior Class, Speed School Glee Club, Presi- dent, Engineer's Day, A.S.M.E., Secretary, Intra- mural Sports. JAMES F. GROGAN, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Triangle, Vice President, A.S.M.E. MARTIN F. HEIL, Louisville, Ky.-B.C.E. LLOYD J. HELLUMS, Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., Sigma Tau, A.I.Ch.E., Speed School Glee Club, Science WYLIE B. WENDT Professor Emeritus After long service as Professor in the Civil Engineering Department, Dr. Wendt retired last year. We, the stu- dents of Speed School, take pleasure in dedicating this section of the Thoroughbred to him. 'D' Q , in i 1, ..I.........s.., - ia. I h as-is fi . I- Pictured at left: IRVIN M. HERMAN, Louisville, Ky.-B.C.E, Sigma Alpha Mu, Prior, Exchequer, AFROTC, Lt. Colonel, Arnold Air Society, Public information Officer, Speed En- gineer, Air Force Social Organization, Vice President, Air Force Rifle Team, En- gineer's Day, "L" Raisers, IFC, A.S.C.E. G. ROBERT HOERTZ, Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch,E., Theta Tau, Sigma Tau, Omicron Delta Kappa, "L" Club, Base-ball Letterman, Intramural Sports, Chemical and Chemical Engineering Honorary Society, Vice President, A.I.Ch.E. GERALD B. HOLLINS, Louisville, Ky.-B.E.E., Theta Tau, Sigma Tau, Speed School Glee Club, Ham Club, Secretary, A.I.E.E. and I.R.E., AFROTC, Captain, AFROTC Mars Club, President, Arnold Air Society. FRANCIS R. HUCH, Wheeling, W. Va.-B.E.E., Theta Tau, Pledgemaster, A.I.E.E., Treasurer, Speedway, Editor, Speed Engineer, Circulation Manager, NROTC, Com- pany Commander, Eagle and Anchor Society, Intramural Sports, I.R.E., Treasurer. WILLIAM RAYMOND ISAAACS, Louisville, Ky.-B.E.E., Sigma Tau, Treasurer, Engi- neer's Day, Intramural Sports, A.I.E.E., Vice President. JAMES KALTENHALER, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Sigma Tau, Historian, A.S.M.E. ROBERT BRUCE KING, Chester, Conn.-B.E.E., Lambda Chi Alpha, President, Secre- tary, USC, IFC, NROTC, Eagle and Anchor Society, President, Freshman Class, A.I.E.E. and I.R.E., Intramural Sports. JACK EUGENE KIPER, New Albany, Incl.-B.C.E., Theta Tau, House Manager, Speed School Student Council, A.S.C.E., Speed School Glee Club, Engineer's Day, Speed Engineer, Junior Class Officer, Intramural Sports. PAUL O. KLUEBER, Louisville, Ky.-B.E.E., Sigma Tau. JOHN M. KNADLER, Ill, Louisville, Ky.-B.E.E., Theta Tau, Outer Guard, Speed School Student Council, Presidenf, USC, A.I.E.E and I.R.E., Chairman, AFROTC, Captain, AFROTC Rifle Team, Arnold Air Society, Commanding Officer, Alpha Phi Omega, Vice President, Treasurer, Montfort Scholarshipplntramural Sports, Engi- neer's Day, "L" Raisers, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. JAMES E. LITTERER, Louisville, Ky.- B.E.E., A.l.E.E., and I.R.E., Radio Club, Engineerfs Day. JOHN T. MCINTYRE, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Theta Tau, Regent, IFC, Alpha Phi Omega, A.S.M.E., Chairman, AFROTC, Cadet Colonel, Wing Commander, Arnold Air Society, Public information Officer, Speed School Student Council, Engineer's Day, Intramural Sports, Cardinal, Distinguished AFROTC Student, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Pictured at right. CLEO PAUL MCWILLIAMS, JR.-Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., A.S.Ch.E., AFROTC, AFROTC Rifle Team, Vice President, Arnold Air Society, Treasurer. HORACE C. MANN, JR., Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., Delta Upsilon, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, A.I.Ch.E. BENJAMIN G. MARTIN, JR., Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Triangle, Treasurer, Scholastic Chairman, NROTC, Platoon Commander, Eagle and Anchor Society, Track Team, Intramural Sports, Engineer's Day, A.S.M.E. CHESTER L. MEYER, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Theta Tau, A.S.M.E. STEPHEN A. MICHEL, Louisville, Ky.-B.C.E., A.S.C.E. JOSEPH L. MILES, Louisville, Ky.-B.E.E., A.l.E.E. ROBERT REISCH MILLER, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Delta Upsilon, Secretary, NROTC, Executive Officer, Eagle and Anchor Society, Intramural Sports, Engineer's Day, A.S.M.E. WILLIAM HENRY MOBERLY, Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., A.I.Ch.E. JACK L. MOSS, Memphis, Tenn.-B.M.E., A.S.M.E., NROTC, Eagle and Anchor So- ciety, lntramural Sports. JACK R. MULLIGAN, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., A.S.M.E., Newman Club. CECIL EARL MYERS, Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., Sigma Phi Epsilon, A.l.Ch.E. JOHN B. NEBLETT, Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Guard, Treasurer, Freshman Class, Vice President, Sophomore Class, Speed School Student Council, A.I.Ch.E. Pictured below, PERRY L. NOE, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Triangle, Secretary, AFROTC, Captain, Intra- mural Sports, A.S.M.E. FRED L. OLSSON, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Theta Tau, Sergeant-at-Arms, Senior Class Speed Engineer, M.E. Editor, A.S.M.E. JOSEPH G. RICH, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., A.S.M.E. SAMUEL CHARLES ROBINSON, New Albany, ind.-B.M.E., Sigma Tau, President, Pre- Senior Class, A'.S.M.E. GERALD L. ROTH, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Sigma Tau, Newman Club, A.S.M.E. CHARLES F. SANDERS, JR., Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., Theta Tau, Vice President, Omicron Delta Kappa, Sigma Tau, Freshman Award, Sophomore Award, Speed School Student Council, Vice President, USC, President, A.l.Ch.E., A.I.Ch.E. Award, Chemical and Chemical Engineering Honorary Society, Vice President, Trustee's Scholarship, Engineer's Ball, Intramural Sports, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. GEORGE SCHAUBERGER, Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., A.l.Ch.E., -Speed Engineer, Editor- in-Chiet, Advertising Manager, Engineer's Day. KENNETH M. SCHUPPERT, Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., A.l.Ch.E., American Chemical So- ciety, Vice President, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice President, Secretary, Marshal, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Intramural Sports, Engineer's Day. KARL SCHWALBE, Louisville, Ky.-B.E.E., I.R.E., Secretary, Treasurer, Amateur Radio Club, President, A.I.E.E. and I.R.E., Theta Tau. HARRY M. SNOBALL, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Theta Tau, A.S.M.E., Speed School Glee Club. JAMES L. SPALDING, Louisville, Ky.-B.C.E., Sigma Tau. NORMAN LEE SPENCER, Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., A.I.Ch.E., Secretary, Speed Engi- neer, Managing Editor, Vice President, Pre-Senior Class, Sigma Tau, Speed School Glee Club, Engineer's Day, Intramural Sports. Pictured above i I JAMES STAPLES Louisville Ky Civil Engineering RICHARD M. STONE, Louisville, Ky.--B.E.E., Phi Kappa Tau, A.I.E.E. and I.R.E., AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Speedway, Co-Editor, Reserve Officer Association AFROTC Award. RICHARD D. TAUSCHER, Louisville, Ky.--B.M.E., Sigma Tau, A.S.M.E. HAROLD J. TAYLOR, JR., Louisville, Ky.-B.E.E., A.I.E.E. and I.R.E., AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Speedway, Business Manager, Engineer's Day. EARL R. THOMPSON, JR., Louisville, Ky.-B.E.E., A.l.E.E. and l.R.E. BERNARD H. VOOR, JR., Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., A.S.Ch.E., AFROTC, Captain, Engi- neer's Day, Newman Club, Intramural Sports. HAROLD L. WAHKING, Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., Theta Tau, Corresponding Secretary, A.S.Ch.E., NROTC, Eagle and Anchor Society, Treasurer, Sophomore and Senior Classes, Sigma Mu Sigma, Secretary-Treasurer, BSU, Engineer's Day, Intramural Sports. ROGER A. WILSON, W. Caldwell, N.J.-B.Ch.E. RAYMOND L. WISEMAN, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E. WALTER W. WOOD, Louisville, Ky.-B.M.E., Theta Tau, Track Team. ROBERT J. YUNK, Louisville, Ky.-B.E.E., Delta Upsilon, A.l.E.E. and I.R.E., AFROTC, Captain, Arnold Air Society, Operations Officer, Speed Engineer, Speed School Student Council, Sigma Tau. RICHARD E. ZIMLICH, Louisville, Ky.-B.Ch.E., Sigma Phi Epsilon, President, His- torian, IFC, Secretary, A.l.Ch.E., Newman Club, Intramural Sports. 275 Clifton Barnes Robert L. Bradley Collen D. Bratcher Frank E. Brinegar Delbert L. Brown William Butler William H. Dohrman Robert B. George James B. Green William N. Griffin, Jr. Robert Hart LeeRoy W. Hausman SPEED PRE-sENioRs Earl A. Hubbuch James Kelly August Klapheke Yasir A. Khammash James Lyons Eugene J. Miller Earl Mullin Arth u r L. O'Mea ra Oscar Rafterman Roy H. Robinson William H. Ross vez 2 2.155 bf! Wallace Sanders, Jr. Plummer C. Smilher John J. Speaker Rudolph D. Thomas Robert T. Traufwein James White Charles Whltmarsh Alfred Wohlfort John Wolfe Leroy Yann Laurence Zehnder George N Ziady SPEED JUNIORS William Bell Phillip Bohrman William Darst John Diehl Lawrence Goodwin Roberi Hackle David Kirk Jim Kohl James Muni Edgar Nonacs Richey Pfeifer Larry D. Poils Robert Quan James Reinbold Gene Rexrode William Roberts David W. Robinson Marion Robinson Norberi Schneider Lee Sfalker David G. Sirubel Robert G. Tripp Russell Wiifen William Adcock Richard Akins Ronald L. Barnes Gusiavo A. Carmona Michel Chammas William Cooper John Haverslock SPEED SOPHOMORES Keith Kininer Neil C. Kuehnasi Granl N. Payne Lawrence Speaker David L. Taylor Roger S. Whife Carl W. Wiese Robert J. Wright SPEED FRESHMEN Howard Dohrman Richard Doggefl William Marx Paul Parker Lee Russell Raymond C. Schnur, Jr. George R. Sorsky Fred Wunderlich Bruce Wrighf i':'TZ'jff "ff Tl' ' ' 3 azerczeazefr f ,, - .. , f- f , if f- . na . I .. " w2f7f"1.,..:, , ,Q . M. ,, ,,. W , X I I I ff, f ' 'fi' 1 7 . 4, ,fl 0 ,fjffg f Y ., ,..,.,.,5. ,MJ l , Q X 4 ff L 575 ,f u l A' f Y' E 6? f X Q jill , Q y 1 '2 ff ,f f rvsiTi.i"'l . .i f..-, " i i i' " .2 'Mfr-. V. ... ,.... . 4 ,,. .. ..f f- .qf -2-1 fl! ' , ffiez 3'9" V .,,fzf,- V f ' iw N av f LP' 52Z?f'ch4 ,, ,,. . ,. f. ,., . My ,. , Y 27- ' .eya - - fb z' V. LH' E Nw, Mb f 'ff TF' '- WI 1, , Q ,SJ f gyffy 1 X M 1 9 1: f f 55" 1 ,ff 'Q 3 ri? jf? M V , f giff f 1 2 54 1 SY 1' fav agp V Q laf' ag, V , ' 'xl ,Q -Fyvfww . ' 4.1. ,,,,,,, ,.-, - K ig' 'gf' J . ' f fy 4 fa 4 jj, 44 . M Q .1 ,fi Y- , My , , .,, zz? ' ' '2 ! J lf? ,Q 5, , , .15 ,.,.,,,,. . . .. ' J i.1'.:.f'.,: -W' '3 J'- - . :EGM :f- 'fi '51, 52. 4"'2-li I L V. Vuyy may qvy , .A.b 2- . f :ug-. if V I AV ,W.,.,,, y W ,,,V. 1. :fi ff.-5.-L f , 4 6 45:53 3, . , .9 . ,, ff...-,W , ' f vs' agen- , . , 'f mfis, ,f . 2 L , is ff' I 9 Q... ,I 1:2 ' KW'-14 ' , : ii . ff E A J, la A, A .I L We broke iT! MANUAL LABOR CLASS - NO. 1001-A. S We've got a problem! 1 Soil tesfing? ENGINEERS' BALL Engineers' Bail. Speed Engineers' Bali Queen, Joyce Wayne, receives her Trophy from Dean Erns'r. Chaperones!! 1 if i f inn V 1 JI n iw P1771 ' 611511 y . I G.,-an-evil!!! f -5 , , i- 21121 , mm, R . fm., I M : 45 , AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS President .7...,.,., ....... J OHN MCINTYRE Vice President ..... .,.,. D ICK TAUSCHER Secretary ...,., .,.. E MORY GRIMES Treasurer ...,,. ., ....... BEN MARTIN First row, left to right: Bob Rickert, Emory Grimes, John Mclntyre, Ben Martin, George Ducker, Richard Tauscher, H. M. Carlson. Second row: Jerry Dick, Bob Miller, Harry Snowball, Ray Wiseman, Sam Robinson, Bill Butler, Gerald Roth, W. B. Brumleve. Third row: James Kohl, Delbert Brown, LeRoy Yann, Roy Robinson, John Mulligan, Bill Call, Ray Rich, Jim Kaltenthaler, Fred Olsson. Fourth row: Carl Denker, Jack Moss, Earl Hubbuch, Henry Sang, James Voor, Robert Crain, Marvin Allgeier, Robert Wathen. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS President .......... ---,---e------ B ll-l- GAST Vice President ..., .... R OGER DEUSCHLE gemefmy ,,.,,,,, ........ M ARTY HEIL Treasurer .... -A--- A I- BRADLEY 282 First row, left to right: Russell Snowden, J. E. Heer, Roger Deuschle, Bill Gast, Al Bradley, Marty Heil, W. R. Nlclntosh. Second row: Wallace Sanders, P. C. Smithers, Bob Bradley, Ed Wright, Jim Green, Bill McCord, Robert Mullins, Irvin Herman. Third row: Will Rusk, C. D. Bratcher, Jim Lyons, Bill Dohrman, Gene Miller, Bob George, George Ziady, Ted Trautwein, Bernie Voor, Royce Wilson, Fourth row: Harold Wahking, Stu Riehl, Steve Michel, Jim Bloomer, Yasir Khammash, Jim Spalding, Jack Kiper. AMERICAN if INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS President ,.,A.. .,.. ....,. B O B BOSSUNG Vice President ..,, ,,...... M IKE YUNKER ' Secretary ,,,,,,,,, ,,.. N ORNIAN SPENCER Treasurer ....Y... BILL ELDER 'vw , ,. 'K IH? E 'J Z 'iss First row, left to right: Bill Elder, Norman Spencer, Mike Yunker, Bob Bossung, H. C. Forsberg, E. R. Gerhard, S. C. Spaulding, G. C. Williams. Second row: Bill Moberly, Horace Mann, Don Elbert, Cleo McWilliams, Tom Cooper, Charles Sanders, George Schauberger, John Neblett. Third row: Tom Lee, Hillary Harding, Larry Zehnder, Don Borders, Ed Grazulis, Harry Randolph, James Spalding, Kenny Schuppert, Bolo Hoertz. Fourth row: Cecil Myers, Charles Kastenschmidt, Bolo Ballou, Larry Potts, Larry Goodwin, Leo Halbleib, David Strubel, Eldred Cart, Lloyd Hellums, Hays Gailbreath. Fifth row: Junie Guthrie, Dick Zimlich, James Jones, Don Schmidt, Joe Meiners, Will Hahn. First row, left to right: Leo B. Jenkins, Francis Huch, John Knadler, Bill Isaacs, Carl Schwalbe, M. G. Northrop. Second row: Naresh Shah, Theodore Elbert, John Taylor, Earl Thompson, Paul Klueloer. J ' S d h Third row: Jerry Hollins, Dick Stone, Bill Griffin, Bill Gilmore, Simon Plattus, Bob Hart, Lee Hausman, Jim Litterer, Louie Fitzmayer. Fourth row: Carl Roggenkamp, Harold Mitchell, Fred Burton, Ernie Sigrist, Kurt Bacher, Rudy Thomas, ' INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS and INSTITUTE OF I RADIO ENGINEERS Jim Reed, Bill Jarrett, Henry Hite, Bill Ross, Joe Miles. President ,, ,,,..,,.. ...... J OHN KNADLER Vice President ........ . .............. BILL ISAACS Secretary CAIEED ...... ,... R ICHARD EBERHARD Secretary CIRED ..... ....... C ARL SCHWAI-BE . .,... FRANCIS HucH 283 Treasurer anunnm mm-vmnn,xn1:-'- n fa First row, left to right: Emory Grimes, Richard Tauscher, Alan Gold, Bob Bossung, Bill Elder. Second row: Gerald Roth, Delbert Brown, Charles Sanders, Bill Isaacs, Richard Eberhard, John Heer. Third row: Bill Butler, Don Borders, Gerald Hollins, Paul Klueber, Leo B. Jenkins. Fourth row: Bob Ballou, Fred Burton, Mike Yunker, Bob George, Ted Trautwein, Sam Robinson. Fifth row: Harold Mitchell, Bob Hoertz, Norman Spencer, Lloyd Hellums, Tom Cooper. Sigma Tau is the National Engineering Honorary Fraternity established for the purpose of recognizing outstanding students in engineering. SPEED SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL The purpose of the Speed School Stu- dent Council is to further the general welfare of the Speed Scientific School and of the University at large, to regu- late student affairs, and to be the of- ficial representative of the student body in matters of mutual interest to the faculty and administration and to the student body. 284 SIGMA TAU President ........., .. - ............. BOB BOSSUNG Vice President ..... ....,,, E MORY GRIMES Secretary .......... ..... D ICK TAUSCHER Treasurer ....... ......... D ICK EBERHARD Historian .... JIM KALENTHALER Seated, left to right: Jim Boswell, Treasurer, John Knadler, President, Bill Griffin, Vice President: Bill Standing: Bill Adcock, Jack Kiper, Ray Dermott, John Mclntyre, Edward Rueve, Bill Cooper, Mike Yunker, Don Wade, William Jones, Richard Williams, Homer Thompson. M W 1 SPEED WAY 153 ' .7554 f vi use ' I i l -1- Ll The Speed Way is the official student handbook of the Speed Scientific School and is compiled and issued by the Speed School Student Council. lt is presented to freshmen for the purpose of helping them adiust quickly to college life at U of L. Left to right: Richard M. Stone, Assistant Editor, Francis R. Huch, Editor, Harold Taylor, Business Manager. The Speed Engineer is the official student publication of the Speed Scientific School. lt affords students the opportunity to learn about various subiects being studied outside their required curriculum and also keeps the alumni informed of school activities. ' First row, left to right: Gary Caufield, Staff Writerg Francis Huch, Subscription Manager, George Schauberger, Editor-in-Chief, Theodore Elbert, Distribution Manager. Second row: Richard Eberhard, Business Managerp Fred Olsson, M.E. Dept. Editor, Lee Hausman, Staff Writer, J. M. Yunker, Ch.E. Dept. Editor, Norman Spencer, Managing Editor. SPEED ENGINEER I t , , i, V , i -' PEE ' i Ellominn i M i T -In . ll l' an-no I " . if - I Alf H, I N y. fu" :LT - i ::xc -1 .Aa 285 PROFESSOR STANLEY E. FISHER Director, Co-Operative Work Program C0-OPERATIVE WORK PROGRAM The Speed Scientific School is a tive year engineering school with a co-operative work program. This is similar to the systems used successfully by several other leading engineering schools. Under the co-operative system each student receives, in addition to his academic work, actual experience as a regular employee in industry. lt is during the stu- dent's third and fourth years that he alternates his academic work with "co-opera- tive" or industrial work experience. Under the tive year plan in engineering education, there are four quarters ot co-operative work required by the engineering school for graduation. Photo by Q.M.C., U.S. Army 286 Preparatory operations for a wind test. Night shift at Girdler's. ,WI WWW Drafting. ENGINEERS' DAY i........,....., What happened To Thai radio? The invisible flame! Deiails of an l.D. engine! Compression Tesiing. I . ,.., F 44 W P 31 . , 1 4, A ff Q , , , , . 2 . , N ' Q 0 , Q V Z K I i . w """' PARADE OF ADVERTISERS ll The following is a parade of our adverTisers. WiThouT The sup- porT of These UniversiTy minded business men The publicaTion of This book would noT have been possible. We TrusT ThaT The reader will recognize ThaT These firms are The friends of The school and will show his appreciaTion by paTronizing Their producTs. l 1, Vx cf -QL g X 3 XX I3 i Ss X 1 x X X al! f I LaOlT'lpIIlTIef'l'l'S OT R I JOHN H. PICKETT General Agenl THE FlDELI"'Y MUTUAL X LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY PIf'adeIPIia- Pa' NE "Origina+or - Income for Life Plan" Inquiries given special aHen+ion OFFICE 733 STARKS BUILDING F. H. P ' . . oihnger Louisville, Ken'rucky Phone CLay 5329 R walker You can counl' on Slandard Oil Producls for dependable qualiiy and S1'andard Oil dealers for dependable service. fin STANDARD OIL COMPANY lKen+uckyl GOI' a Dale? Call YELLOW CAB JA-2I2I I China Cryslal Silver Almosf every bride has regislered af 0 I Srarks Building Since 1863 ST. MATTHEWS TRUE SUCCESS I r E. in reiailing has I , Q I rs- B ll ifs 'foundafion only E 2 Q I I .,' on genuine values. Year In and Year Ou'I' You'll find "TOP - VALUES" in . . . 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