We present to the Class of 1928 and to the University of Kentucky another period in history, the years of the Ci\>il War v?hen this State Was torn between allegiance to the cause of the North and the cause of the South. Just as this Book, in depicting the development of the vJar from the firing on Fort Sump-ter to the surrender of Lee, shows the ultimate grovJth of strength and union so may our University as it goes on become stronger and more bound together by the bonds of loyalty to an undivided cause.
DOROTHY SELLERS, Editor OSCAR STOESSER, Bus. Mgr.
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