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3 > Image 3 of Kentucky Alumnus, 1986, no. 1

Part of Kentucky alumnus

I I S l { i ] 986-] C O N T E N T S ` I E 51II .,4.,s MJ . T I E ` I ,l'!T! iv 3 ` ,. '(TT,,: " II i ' A ~I TT EF A L U M N U S I, .. * covsiz l There is so much ' ,0 ,00,0, ,0 00000,000, Success Is 1I1 the W 1`1t11'1g 5 I IO lmW English Department is comprehensive, productive \ 1986 OFFICERS PRESIDENT The Had To Get Away But 7 G. David Ravencrott 58 I R$trV~ James Baker Hall 57, Ed McClanohan 58 PRE$'DENTElECT and Gurney Norman 59 continue an , JSP0]0";$,;.glf' association that began 30 years ago. Q TREASURER I Mrs. Joe F. Morris '38 1 Lexington I 000,,0,0,, Recent Re eases (L r my 48 By Bobbie Ann Mason '62, Pauline Rose \ [ I I ASSOCIATION STAFF: CICIDCG 64, Cmd ClCIy LOHCCISTSF DIRECTOR Joy Brumtield '48 i ir ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR sob c.vvirzitEwsa I Cast Vote 5 EDITOR _ . . UZ H0W0,d D0,,,0,0,, David Dick 'fsl, an awardvvinning broadcast \ I 268 journalist, retires to the classroom. Mzmasksnir g COORDINATOR Ado D. Retbord '39 l STAFF; I.41b1`3,l Arts RV1V&l i Brenda Bain _ _ _ Julio Brothers UK is providing students with a broader avenue T lid Brumtield ot learning as careerism trend reverses. , Margie Corby l' Ruth Elliott K Amelia Gano {l