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6 > Image 6 of Kentucky alumnus, vol. 04, no. 03, 1930

Part of Kentucky alumnus

. it A I a I e I t ' i I 4 KENTUCKY ALUMNUS I KEN ll UCK Y ALUMNUS *I _ I . I omoiztl organ or the Alumni Association of the University of Kentucky jj , I_ I I _ Published Monthly, except July and August, on the Campus of the University, at Lexington t _ . I I I I A Volume III DECEMBER, 1930 Number 4 Y I I I Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postoffice at LexlngtonTK y, May 22. 1929, under the Act of March 3, 1879 E 1 A It I I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 A YEAR ( I _ _ X IU JAMES S. SHROPSHIRE. '29 .I .... Editor and Manager Ir I , ir -.I I BETTY HULETT. '30 ........ Assistant Manager I 2 . I ` . I I` I ` MARGUERITE McLAUGHLIN, 03 ..i.. Associate Editor _ E _; I I I I HELEN KING. '25 .......... Associate Editor I I _ - . orrrcsas or THE ALUMNI Assocmrron I I EXECUTIVE7I(q)T\4MITTEE I I _ LEON K. FRANKEL, '00 .... President W. C. Wilson, 13 Dr. George H. Wilson, 'U4 ( I I MRS. RODES ESTILL. 21 . . . VicePresident Dr. E. C. Elliott, *02 Wylzmd Rhoads, 15 . I I I I il I JAMES S. SIIROPSHIRE, 29 . SecretaryTreasurer Lulie Logan. '13 Walter Hillenmeyer, '11 ( I c I ; ___ I ANOTHER YEAR A NEW CAPTAIN l I i 1 . __ " . - I ` I f HIS is the last Alumnus of 1930. We N OTHER columns of this issue of the ` I I I I are closing another year in the prog- I Alumnus there appears a picture of the A ress of our Alumni Association, one new football captain and a few words of - I { that will go down in the history of the as- comment on the selection of this years . A I I sociation. During this year just ending lettermen in selecting next year gridiron we have made great strides. Let us take leader. Here is an appeal to alumni. I 2 V notice of a few. Let each one of us get behind this new I I . . . . IQ The Iheyhbeyship Of p3_id-up membgl-S Ch1fIQ3.1I1 Wlth NVOYCIS of encouragement, El l, I of our alumni group has shown an in- few YhS at hXt Ya1`IS games and YOUY . ' ~ I . . t I . . II I crease; not a large increase but one that lhaaahta Whah V1 tha Wildcats aDDa1 ` Shows rye aye year has OH the field, and this \VIii bl`II'1g` the C?ltS I seen the revival of numerous clubs scat- to that Dlaca ih tha 0Uht1`YIS football I I I tered over the country;their influence can Yaahh that Wa a1` all h0l?1hg thay will . be of untold advantage to our institution. atta1h F; . . . . , .> , , . , , , , - 5; This year marks the beginning of alumni Thlb Yaai b bh0Wih8 Wab a hal>D01t Y = I interest in continued education; it show- Ihaht to US all. but m91`]Y maS that W6 I ed that ahlmnj interest in homecoming will have to work that much harder next I* day and class reunions are increasing, YaY Get hahihd tha taam HOW- 1 . $ large numbers returned for both; the year - , , I \ was a success. i I I With the beginning of the new year CLASS REUNIONS I it I Qi many varied problems will be begun by - I . . . . . ` , l the association, and It is reasonable to be- Start making plans now to attend the I ' I lievo that all will meet with the whole- i`'~Ihl0h Of ymh; 1aS ih Jah-6- Iclaascs I I I h&1tCI SLlppO1`t of VI'y RILIITIIILIS, 3 gI'3t- 9]" 96 O.1 06 .]`]" ]`6 2]" 26 , 4 I QF progress Wm be made in gaining Of 29, will hold their reunions. Come back . I I b _ . A . . t d d , to the University and see all your old . _ I mem ?1S mcmasmg m west an Omg friends. For further information, write, . f big thihga ft)? OUT school- Secretary Alumni Association, Univer- AME We are anticipating a prosperous new sity of Kentucky. ` { 1 :2; ycarwill you do your part? -------L-- I I I _ . I ' Y. t .5 '' I II I ing I ; Cokl I . Q r*` . I MY I ` ` My I*.I.. - ' " ' A ' , "T J ` VA`; \_,.,., .. ~I- `I I/t l I .I 1 City SIGIG . _ [\lVln,1\lI;/\1\J 1\AlJ1I/\1k.Jr\ _g ,_)1/xi*41Jt1l\1{ I i I V-Ia I . _ . I _ I I7~ ,__I II I ` ' 'I ' I I ' I I '_ ~. . _I. _ __ . - . I " I;;I . ' Ia I ' I ' _ _ __; , I I I _ _; ` _ __ ` `, ___.L .. - . ~~<..4-.z~ ~"' ~ r4V. ~ '*5M l Het-Jt.;; ;.;,Iu;`I`