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Image 54 of The Kentuckian Volume XII

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SENIOR CLASS Clyde Russell Barker, B.A. Brooksville Union Literary Society; First lieutenant Band 3; class Poet 4. Of course, I don't £non Tvhat you thinly about 1/, but I can tell you rvhat I thinly "Judge" for four years was hardly known on the campus, but in his Senior year he sprang into prominence as Class Poet. He is a hard worker and has his own opinions. Pearl Allyne Bastin, B.A. Lexington Alpha Gamma Delta; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Mountain Club, Secretary :'; Library Club. President 4. It is often said that athletics and studies do not go together, but don't you believe it! Pearl is the original "A" student, and wears the "K" besides. Also, she spares time to make a psychological study of the "hart" occasionally. Judith Ellen Beard, B.A. Hardinsburg Secretary Y. W. C. A. :!, Delegate to Blue Ridge 3, Cabinet 3, 4; choral Club; Music Club; Vice-President Horace Mann Society 4; Library Club; Philosophian Literary Society; Pennyrnyal Club. She goes her quiet way and makes friends with all. Judith has selected the pedagogical career, and we predict for her a success in this and everything else she undertakes. Carl Louis Bernhardt, B.S. Newport Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 4; Agricultural Society; Apple Judging Team; Democratic Club; Six-One Club; 4-K Club; Glee Club; University Orchestra; Music Club. You may be right about it—/ don't fynoxv Newport, one of Cinci's anterooms, claims this tall Apollo. Soon after his first whiskers appeared, the "little blind deity" smote him a mighty stroke, and we don t believe he has recovered yet. (50) 1916