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Image 4 of KYIAN 1974

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ri fricndlyX Shoppes /^little placet like home,where /yoiPfraTi T^xjy^vt) some great coffee, enjoy KENNEDY BOOKSTORE the no. 1 bookstore serving u.k. students 405 south lime KYI/N 1974 The Kentuckian is published for the students at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief..............Beth Ann Jewell Photography ................. David Dolkart Business Manager .... Georgeann Rosenberg Copy Editing ................ Mary Amidon Curriculum ................. Linda Carroll Portraits-Organizations ....... Patsy Cook Index-Secretary ............. Elaine Evans Sports ...................... Alan Grogan Special Features ................Keith Muth Adviser ..................... Nancy Green COVER STORY Secretariat raced to a great achievement in '73 winning the Triple Crown. Now living at Claiborne Farms, he has become local color. Horses are Lexington's greatest attraction; horse farms, Keeneland, Red Mile, and UK's Agriculture College, stress the status of the horse. The designers, Beth Ann Jewell and Georgeann Rosenberg, chose Secretariat as a symbol for UK, Lexington, and the yearbook struggling to come out on top. The colors were chosen as a change from the past four black and navy blue Kentuckian covers. Magazine design for the logo, flag, and cover stories were considered. The photograph was furnished by the Keeneland Association. Copyright by the 1974 University of Kentucky Board of Student Publications.c All rights reserved. Volume 80; 1973-74. Printed by American Publishing Co., Clarksville, Tenn. Portrait photography by Root Photographers, Chicago, III. The Kentuckian is published yearly at an annual subscription rate of $7.50. The editors welcome any suggestions for articles or coverage in future editions. Offices are located in rooms 113-A and B in the Journalism Building, UK campus, Lexington, Ky., 40506. "we appreciate your patronage"