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Image 3 of Kentucky Alumnus, 1985, No. 1

Part of Kentucky alumnus

III , ‘ ‘ ’'‘. I iii —-—-j I I985 NO- I C O N T E N T S gr ig. Q; ) T A T L ig A L U M N U S ip; COVER PHOTOS: III Don Siivestri ` Impctct Photography §§2,§Q*§,_’*{,§jf;, FOUR PERSPECTIVES ART PQSTER BY: Alzheimers disease, a dementing, fatal illness, is the focus gt Arthur J¤¤eS of interdisciplinary research at UK. While University ·II researchers look for answers, patients and families jind some 5 W85 OFFICERS solace in a support group. I PRESIDENT It Julio Kurtz Tockett `68 Lexington WAR GAMES _ l _ V _ PRESIDENT-EI-ECT UK and Harvard University bring top military and dqense ` Dovid G Rovencrott ’58 - - - ~ A ‘ minds together for a conference examining the way that U5. Q Reston, V0. _ _ _ _ _ ‘ TREASURER national security policy is made and implemented. g Mrs. Joe F. Morris `38 , SECRETARY I I-IEARST I~IATIoI~IAI. WINNERS JGY aggiwglgg 48 David Coyle 84 and Ben %znHook were UK Is frst students I, ASSOCIATION STAFF; to enter the prestigious Hearst Phottnournalism Contest and T DIRECTOR both walked away winners. I I Joy Brumtield '48 ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR B°‘° C·E‘,§{$g°R"€' 58 FINAL TRIBUTE — Liz Howard Demorqn *63 Fr Helen C. King 25, director ty' the UK National Alumni MEMBERSHIP Association for 23 years and Harry C. Lancaster ’43, a coach T A§c?€RI;IfI:§I¢?,g9 and then athletic director I STAFF; time Ben _ _‘ Julio Brothers _— Linda Brumtield ` Margie Corby {IY Ruth EIIiott II · ¤—, AmeII¤ Guno QI Curolyn Grittin U K A A compendium of campus news IT Betty White Nelson .I ART DIRECTION EI¤i¤e Weber I II The Tiuen ties were roaring when Sid Harnby ’28 wok a wondrous trip to the Big Apple and returned to Lexington to T ·e~ Om-me T CLASS PEOPLE DUTk;;5;;·;j;y_;l;1;~jh+;Uwww Vilillirim rlulrmi III ’76,. ahbanker and thoroughbredftrrn FI ei’