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48 > Image 48 of Kentucky Alumnus, 1989, no. 1-2

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l 9 8 7 A I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 Over $23,000 in scholarship money is I awarded by the y Alumni Clubs. David P Roselle 1 becomes the ninth prcsi- www i dent of the University. _ _ I , The Council on Higher epresentative of the deep commitment she was active in decorating and selecting I Educmm mm tuition in a, many alumni hold toward UK is found furnishings for the house. \X/hen the committee {CCS {mm 5666 [O 5706 in ]ane Irvin Morris, a 1938 graduate. members went to Ilubbuchs in Louisville on a i W $m$ IW I$ "*"( *2*** Morris, who has retired as secretary- buying trip for the house, Morris spotted a "d" treasurer of the Forbes-Morris Building Co., small Italian Provencial chair that set the l hm Jvttje ' has been a member of the Alumni Association theme for the rest of the furnishings. As the ` nflmfxf Board of Directors since 1961, and has served day and the buying progressed, one of the .` ll`l`lC W) U Ut I _ _ _ I mm MMS {him mm as treasurer since 1964. Because of her contri- gentlemen in the group remarked, I`hese i A [,866 I., 1_siz_ butions to the welfare of the Association she is ladies have furnished several rooms and Epsgog _ a recipient of the Alumni Distinguised Service havent asked the price of anything yet! Ex urimetital lltotram Award, and is the onl honorar Life Member Some of the or anizations for which v i. Y Y 8 - *0 $*ilfC