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Image 6 of Kentucky Alumnus, 1988, no. 2

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,_gQ V'V_ ?j,i9jj=",` ~¤i ’i·.; ,-.» ·VV·=V‘ : --’, i ·» ‘ L T · “ * #4+ on ’f M if :=. V ·.f» T’·¤' .z’· ’ Ji -¤-.:;‘·¤*:.Q1'?.-‘1‘¥:·:>-=··¢>:Z·.‘¤'. :»-»·?;¥t52.:>·¢¤¥ 1‘.¤¢5=i’r-‘:’· ,»·. :i ri , ``‘· — . ‘·»‘ .»·.· 2 ” i · l ‘l New ODK Members l i E ‘ . . . ` ' ' ""' ' ;;;j.;_a=; | ··—T—— I M T Scvcral UK alumni, including two Q i.§,_.,_,_;E_ l faculty members, are new members _ _ __` » K, gg; l . ’ society. _` Fi :'% i` i n I _: l {@.5:3 ‘ , ,,. The spring 1988 alumni and faculty- »’· _, _ ,,. ·s ` if . ‘ ’ 2} '` A ; stall` initiates are; State Representative A " y ' ” A JL; v ~ ·=``' “* f f i Michael R. Moloney ’65, Hmwris Cau- T" . / " " A l my Leonard S. Chauvin Jr. ’57, Robert ‘ ` -, rv **7 · Q · if ,_, ~ li. lice, and A. Ronald Turner ’67, » g ;` j'-{ Ent?} _; il · Q j • “ Alumni; Doris Wilkinson ’58, M. Ward g l = x _ .'` ` _, 1 i " t l Crowe `53, and James P. Chapman, l ‘~* _ ,,,·_ ,”,— — 1 ]i}wulg»—Smjf There are also 16 Studém ` m l "`" i i ` I l initiates. ” ' S i £ TQ _ **3:} _~ l ODK was founded December 3, » l 1914, as a national leadership society i _ _ H ~ l lor college men, at Washington Lee __.__ ‘ I ig 5; . , l . . , , . . * ’ . N z; ` ~. ` Wjsv ' University. lhe society recognizes and I Q _ ”” is.;} .,:— · 4 _ »· 9. 2* 2*.‘th·’·hi·-·tT - A A _ ` ticourggc? _ _L 'dcdlévcrlqin O ixcril Great Teacher honorees for l988 are, second from left, Joan Blythe, English, Lexington campus; l l T) dry ° ‘1_T‘"‘f°T dn Rupulor qua HY m Charles VV. Byers, vocational education, Lexington campus; Thomas Ingram, marketing, Lexington l $¤ilWl?1i`$h¤P und l€?i€l€V$h1P· M€mb€Y‘ campus; James Murley, humanities, Elizabethtown Community College; and Opal Conley, biolog— l ship is as much an obligation and re- ical sciences, Ashland Community College. At far left is selection committee chairperson Kay Bell; l Spomibilily in citizenship as it is 3 lar right, Association president Jack Guthrie. 5 mark ol` highest distinction and honor. The University circle ol` ODK was ~ ; l lounrled May 4, 1925. gi g s ~s·*·<\si ‘' .‘ 1 ‘ > f i ;‘.i .— l · H » ~ : ‘ s ` vi '° ’i '_:`··*i » ·` l g. -·i=- * ,,~ · Q 2 — ` » l ` — A { T T} ·* ` = i , . , mts Et ,-.» ? ·_ =. q 3 ;· X _,*. l l ~`$· {F ° . i ~ :2 * 2.;. i* l i . li! {1 I ` Ll [ .. Sr ii; I I ;·, i l ‘ Wg I; *1/ I,. y, y gx ·.»v· El 1 , .,·’’ * r -_ · i -1 ` f f V-` i A I > T . _.. V ‘ Dr. David Roselle receives the University’s president's medallion from Trustee Chairman Robert I\/lcCovvan. The medallion was commissioned l8 years ago by alumnus C. Robert "Buss" Yeager ’33 and presented to former president Otis A, Singletary who gave it to the University during the investiture ceremony for Dr. Roselle April l4. UK —1