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55 > Image 55 of The Kentuckian 1920 Volume XXI

Part of University of Kentucky Yearbook Collection

Senior Class Frances Kimbrough, A.B....................Cynthiana Kappa Kappa Gamma; Staff and Crown; Student Government, Secretary (4); Y. W. C. A.; Blue Ridge Delegate (3); Math Club; Romance Language Club; Glee Club; Poster Club. Frances, it seems is the only girl at Kentucky with a mathematical mind. If you do not believe us, turn to the Math Club picture and behold. Surely the presence in such an assemblage implies in itself brilliance. Frances did not enter Kentucky until her Junior year, but in that short time her ability as a student and a leader of student activities became so marked that though she was ineligible for the Staff and' Crown last year on account of short residence, she was pledged in her Senior year, an occurrence almost without precedent. Neal William Knight, B.S. in C.E...............Louisville Sigma Nu; Strollers; Track Team (1, 2, 3); Captain (4); Athletic Committee; Merriman Engineering Society, President (3); Brooks Engineering Society, President (4); Lamp and Cross. Neal makes a dashing looking Louis-villian in his hand-me-down derby. He used to be one of the most reliable customers at Patt Hall, years ago, but now he never ventures out on the street until long after the curfew bell has rung. Neal is the first engineer, civil or otherwise, who ever made 99.5 in a Thermo exam. JUNIUS LEWIS, B.S. in Agr....................Owensboro A glance at June's top piece would indicate that he was either a Freshman or a professor. He is not either, although he did teach Agriculture in the Mount Sterling High School the last half of his Senior year. June is as constant in his work as is the heat of the month which is named after him. (51)