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An Alumnus of the Class of 1895, this volume is affectionately dedicated by the students of the University and by the Class of 1910. Possessing intellect of a high order, disciplined by classical training, developed and strengthened by the study of jurisprudence, education and experience have combined to make him a man of conspiouous ability as an advocate and a high authority as a jurist. His business capacity has made him equally prominent as a man of affairs, in which promptitude in action and soundness of judgment are indispensable. For eight years a member of the Board of Trustees, its youngest member, he has served the interest of his Alma Mater with ability and fidelity. His enthusiasm in athletic sports, to which he is a liberal contributor, has increased his popularity and extended the reputation of the University. Positive in his convictions, loyal and ardent in his friendships, indefatigable in action, he is a notable example of what intellect and education and perseverance and energy can accomplish. By the Senior Class of the University which he loved so well, this token of high regard and esteem is affectionately inscribed. liiiiiiuuu


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JAMES KENNEDY PATTERSON, PH. D., LL. D., F. S. A.
President of University. Professor of History, Political Economy and Metaphysics.
A. M., 1859 and Ph. D., 1875, Hanover College, Indiana; F. R. H. S., 1880, London. England; F. S. A., 1881, Edinburg, Scotland; LL. D., 1895, Lafayette College, Pennsylvania; Member of International Congress of Geographical Science, 1875; Member Kentucky Commission for Awarding Rhodes Scholarships at Oxford University; Principal Greenville Presbyterian Academy, 1850-59; Professor of Greek and Latin, Stewart College, Clarksville, Tennesee, 1859-61; Principal Transylvania High School, Lexington, Kentucky, 1861-65; Professor of History and Metaphysics, State College of Kentucky, I860; President State College of Kentucky, 1866-1908:   President State University of Kentucky, 1909.
JAMES GARRARD WHITE, A. M.
Vice-president of University. Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy.
A. M., Kentucky State   College; Professor   of   Mathematics and Astronomy, Kentucky State College and Kentucky State University, 1868.
WALTER KENNEDY PATTERSON, A.  M..
Principal of the Academy.
A. M., Kentucky State College; Assistant in Transylvania Academy, 1803; Principal of Bethel High School, Nicholasville, 1669-72; Principal McAfee Institute, 1873-76; Centra] Academy, Chilesburg, 1876-79; Kentucky State College, 18S0.
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JOSEPH WILLIAM PRYOR, M. D., Professor of Anatomy and Physiology.
M. D., 1S76, State Medical Society; Ex-President Fayette Medical Society; Connected with Kentucky State College since 1S82; Professor of Physiology and Anatomy, 1891.
FREDERICK PAUL AXDKRSOX, M. E. Professor of Mechanical Engineering.
B. M. E., 1890 and M. E., 1894, Purdue University, Indiana; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society for Promotion of Engineering Education; American Association for the Advancement of Science; Engineer's Club of Cincinnati; International Society for the Testing of Materials; Assistant in Steam Engineering Laboraton7, Purdue University, 1890-91; Dean of School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Kentucky State College, and Professor of Mechanical Engineering, 1S91 ; Director College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, 1907.
CLARENCE WENTWORTII MATHEWS, B. S.,
Professor of Horticulture and Botany.
P. S., 1891, Cornell University; Professor of Horticulture and Botany, Kentucky State College and Kentucky State University, 1892.
ARTHUR McQUINSTON MILLER, A. M. Professor of Geology, Zoology and Entomology.
A. B., 18S4, and A. M., 1887," Princeton: Student at Munich; Fellow or Geological Society of America; Teacher at Wilson College, Cambridge, Mass.; Professor of Geology, Zoology and Entomology, State College of Kentucky and State University of Kentucky, 1892.
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MEEEY LEWIS PENCE, M. S. Professor of Physics.
B. S., 1881 and Al. S., 1884, Kentucky Stale College; Professor of Civil Engineering, Kentucky State College, 1889-92; Professor of Physic*, 1894.
ALEXANDER ST. CLAIK MACKENZIE, M. A., F. R. S. T, Professor of English and Logic.
CHARLES JOSEPH NORWOOD, M. S.
Professor of Mining Engineering.
Missouri University; M. S., Kentucky State College; Member of American Institute of Mining Engineers; Fellow Geological Society of America; Fellow of American Association for the Advancement of Science; Member National Geographical Society; Ex-Vice President Engineering Association of the South; Superintendent Kentucky Mineral Exhibit Sr. Louis World's Fair, 1904; Member of National Conference on Weights and Measures, 1906-07; Member Kentucky Commission of Jamestown Exposition, 1907; Assistant Geologist on Missouri Survey, 1871-74; Assistant Geologist on Kentucky Survey, 1874-80; Professor of Natural Science, Bethel College, Kentucky, 1877-81; Practicing Mining Engineer, 1881-84 ; State Inspector of Mines for Kentucky, 1884-97; Practicing Mining Engineer, 1897-1902; Director of Kentucky Geological Survey, 1904; Professor of Mining and Dean of the School of Mining Engineering, Kentucky State University and Chief State Inspector of Mines, 1902.
ALEXANDER MASSEY WILSON, M. E. Professor of Electrical Engineering.
B. S. in Mechanical Engineering, 1901, and M. E., 1903, Purdue University, Indiana: Engineers' Club of Cincinnati; Assistant in Practical Mechanics, Purdue, 1901-02; Instructor in Mechanical Drawing, Purdue, 1902, March, 1904; Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, State College, of Kentucky, March, 1904June, 1906; Professor of Electrical Engineering, 1906.
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ALFEED CHAELES ZEMBEOD, E. M.
Professor of French and German.
A. M., Heidelberg University; Member of Modern Languages Asociation of America; Member of Modern Language Association of Ohio; Member of American Historical Society; Professor of Modern Languages and Literature, Heidelberg University, 1893-99; Assistant Professor of History, 1896-99; Professor of Modern Languages, Kentucky University (Transylvania), 1899-1906; Professor of Modern. Languages, Kentucky State Colege and Kentucky State University, 1906.
FEANKLIN ELLIOTT TUTTLE, A. M., PH. D. Professor of Chemistry.
A.  B., 189, Amherst; A. M., 1893, and Ph. I)., 1893, Goettingen; Instructor
of Chemistry and Mineralogy, Pennsylvania State Colege, 1889 ; Assistant Professor of Analytical Chemistry, 1893; Professor of Quantitative Analysis, 1905; Professor of Chemistry, Kentucky State University, 1906.
WALTER ELLSWOETH EOWE, C. E.
Professor of Civil Engineering.
B.  S., 1896 and C. E., 1897, University of Nebraska; University of Chicago,
1899-1900; University of Oregon, 1903; Civil and Mining Engineering, Deadwood, South Dakota, 1898; Hydraulic Engineer, Butte and Anaconda, Montana, 1898-01; Professor of Mathematics and Civil Engineering, University of New Meico, 1901-04; Professor of Civil Engineering, Oklahoma Agricultural College, 1904-06; Professor of Civil Engineering, State University of Kentucky, 1906.
LEON KAUFMAN FEAJSTKEL, M. E. Professor of Machine Design.
B. M. E., 1900, and M. E., 1902, Kentucky State College; Instructor, Kentucky State College, 1900-04; Michigan College of Mines, 1904; Southern Manager B. F. Sturtevant Co., Boston, Mass., 1904-06; Professor Machine Design, Kentucky State University, 1906.
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PHILIP WORTHINGTON COKBUSIER.
First Lieutenant, U. 8. A., Commandant, and Professor of Military Service,
and Tactics.
THEODORE TOLMAN JONES, A. M. Professor of Latin and Greek.
A. R, 1902 and A. M., 1903, Kentucky State College; A. M., 1908, Harvard; Assistant Professor in French, German and Mathematics, State College of Kentucky, 1902-03; Assistant Professor in English and Mathematics, 1903-04: Assistant in Greek, Latin and German, 1904; Professor of Latin and Greek, State University of Kentucky, 1909.
JAMES THOMAS COTTON NOE, A. M. Professor of Education.
A. B., 1887 and A. M. 1891, Franklin College; Graduate Student of Cornell, 1892-93, and University of Chicago, 1899; Principal Secondary Schools, 1887-93; Instructor in English, Williamsbnrg Institute, 1893-94; Attorney at Law, 1894-98; Principal Hartsville Masonic Institute, 1898-1901; Superintendent City Schools, Pineville, 1901-04; Professor of English and History, Lincoln Memorial University, 1904-06; Assistant Professor, Department of Education, State University of Kentucky, 1906-08; Professor, Department of Education, Kentucky State University, 1908.
WILLIAM THORNTON LAFFERTY, A. M.
Dean of College of Law.
A. M., Kentucky State University; County Attorney for Harrison County, 1882-86; County Judge of Harrison County, 1886-95; Member of Kentucky Legislature, Session of 1900; Professor of Law, Kentucky State University, 1908.

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MES. ROBERT LEE STOUT. Physical Director and Dean of Women.
JOHN JULIAN  1IOOPEE, B. S. Professor of Animal Husbandry.
B. S., 11)01, Texas State College; Asistant in Texas Experiment Station, 1901-02; Assistant Professor of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, State University of Kentucky, 1906.
EALPH NELSOX MAXOjST, PH. D.
Professor of Inorganic Chemistry.
B. S., 1902, Rhode Island State College; Ph. D., 1905, Yale University; Assistant Instructor, Academic Department, Yale University; Assistant in Organic Chemistry, Yale University, 1903 ; Assistant in General Chemistry, Pennsylvania State College, 1905 ; Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Kentucky State University, 190G; Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, 1908.
CHARLES KEEE. Professor of Contracts and Corporations.
THOMAS EDWIN MOORE, JR., A. B.
Professor of Property and Pleading.
COLUMBUS RUDOLPH MELCHEE, A. M., LL. B. Associate Professor of French and German.
A. B., 1885, Hanover College; Student, University of.Leipsic, Germ-any, 1886-88; Principal Veva, Indiana, High School, 1885-86; Superintendent Public Schools Carrollton, 1889-96; Government Service, Washington, D. C, 1896-99; Chicago University, 1900-01; Principal Eeynolds Presbyterian Academy, Albany, Texas, 1901-02; Professor of Modern and Ancient Languages, Hanover College, 1902-07; Assistant Professor of Modern Languages, State University of Kentucky, 1907.
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W. WALTEE H. MUSTAIXE, B. S.
Physical Director of Men. B. S., Central University; Physical Director, Kentucky State University, 1902.
MISS ELIZABETH SHELBY KINKEAD Lecturer on English Literature.
JOSEPH MORTOX DAVIS, A. M., B. S. Assistant Professor of Mathematics.
A.  M., and   B. S., 1886,   Hampden   Sidney College;   Assistant   at   Pantops
Academy, 1886-89; Principal High School, South Boston, two years; Second Assistant in the Academy for thirteen years; Assistant Professor in Mathematics, Kentucky State University, 190S.
WILLIAM SNYDEE WEBB, M. S. Assistant Professor of Phijsics.
B.  S. 1900 and M. S. 1902, State College of Kentucky; Assistant Professor of
Physics, 1906.
MISS ISABELLA WEST MARSHALL, A. P..
Instructor in Domestic Science.
A.  B., 1903, Kentucky State College; Instructor in Domestic Science, 1906.
MISS SUE DOBYNS McOANN, M S. Instructor in Entomology and Assistant in Zoology.
B.  S., 1904 and M. S., 1905, Kentucky State College; Assistant in Zoology,
Geology and Entomology, 1905.
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WILLIAM JOSEPH CARRELL, B. S., C. E.
j Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering.
B. S., Michigan State College, 1903; C. E., Kentucky State University, 1908; Instructor in Mathematics, Michigan State College, 1903-04; Slinchmal Iron Works, Detroit, Michigan, 1905; Structural Engineer, Kahn Reinforced Concrete Co., Chicago, 111., 1906; Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, State University of Kentucky, 1906.
FREDERICK WILLIAM MILLER, A. B.. B. PED. Assistant Professor of English.
JAMES EDWARD TUTHILL, PH. D. Assistant Professor of History and Political Economy.
A. B., University of Chicago; A. M., 1903, University of Missouri; Ph. D., 1908, University of Wisconsin; Fellow and Instructor, University of Missouri, 1903; Assistant in European History, University of Wisconsin; Assistant Professor of History and Economics, University of Colorado; Assistant Professor of History, Sociology and Economics, Kentucky State University, 1908.
LOUIS EDWARD jSTOLLAU, M. E. Assistant Professor of Drawing and Shop Work.
B. M. E., 1904, and M. E., 1908, State University of Kentucky; Assistant Pi'ofessor of Drawing and Shop Work; College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, 1908.
ROBERT CRAIG TERREL, 0. E. Assistant Professor of Rural and Highway Engineering.
B. C. E., 1906 and C. E., 1907, Kentucky State College; Assistant in Civil Engineering, Kentucky State College, 1907-08; Instructor, 1908-09.
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THOMAS JAMES BARR, B. M. E.
Assistant Inspector of Mines and Mining Engineering.
B. M. E., Kentucky State College, 1902; Assistant in Mining Engineering, State University of Kentucky, 1909.

KCTOX JAMISON, B. S. Assistant in the Academy.
33. S., 1906, Hanover College^ Student at Indiana University; Summers, 1907-08; Principal of Deputy, (Indiana) High School, 1904-05; Assistant in the Academy, State University of Kentucky, 1906.
JOHN LESLIE PURDOM, A. B.
Assistant in the Academy.
A. B.; 1906, Central University, Kentucky; Assistant in the Academy, State University of Kentucky, 1906.
ALFRED GAY McGREGOR, A. B.
Assistant in the Academy.
A. B., 1900, Harvard; Principal High School, Union Mills, Indiana, 1896-99; Superintendent Schools, Rushville, Indiana, 1900-04; Superintendent Schools, Corydon, Kentucky, 1904-06; Assistant in the Academy, State University of Kentucky, 1906.
ALFRED HOLLEY GILBERT, B. S.
Assistant in Botany.
B. S., 1904, University of Vermont; Special Agent, Seed Division, Department of Agriculture, 1904-05; Instructor in Agriculture, Boston Farm School, 1906; Instructor in Agriculture and Botany, State University o.i Kentucky, 1906.
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EZEA L. GILLIS, A. B. Assistant in Education.
HENRY DEAPEE EASTON, B. S. Assistant in Mining Engineering and Metallurgy.
B. S. in Mining, 1905, Pennsylvania State Colege; Member American Institute of Mining Engineers; Associate Member of American Ceramic Society; Member Engineers Association of the South; Mining Engineer with Eock Island Coal Company; Hartshorn, Oklahoma, 1905-07; Mining with the Dering Coal Company and the Consolidated Indiana Coal Company, Hymen, Indiana, 1907; Assistant in Mining Engineering and Metallurgy, 1907.

HARRY ESSEX, A. B. Assistant in Chemistry.
A.  P.  1907.  Cornell;  American Chemical  Society;  Assistant  in  Chemistry, State University of Kentucky, 1907.
ELIJAH LATHAM EEES, C. E. Assistant in Mathematics.
B. C. E., 1907 and C. E., 1908, State University of Kentucky; Assistant in Mathematics, State University of Kentucky, 1907.
WILLIAM SHACKLETTE HAMILTON, A. B.
Assistant in the Academy.
A. P.., 1907. Kentucky State College; Teacher in Mt. Sterling Collegiate Institute, 1907-08; Assistant in the Academy, State University of Kentucky, 1908.
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MARION REXEORD SCIINAITTEE, B. S. Assistant in the Academy.
B. S., 1909, Hanover College; Assistant in the Academy, State University of Kentucky, 1909.
LLOYD CADIE DANIELS, B. S., PH. D. Assistant in Chemistry.
B. S. in Chemical Engineering; 1905 Georgia School of Technology; Ph. D., 1908. University of Pennsylvania, American Chemical Society; Student Assistant, Georgia School of Technology, 1904-05; Assistant in Laboratory of Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Co., Ensley, Alabama, 1905-1906; Chemist for Decatur Car Wheel Company, Birmingham, Alabama, 1906; Assistant Professor of Chemistry, State University of Kentucky, 1908.
RALPH DETWEILER QUICKEL, B. S.
Assistant in Mining Engineering.
B. S. in Mining Engineering, 190S, Pennsylvania State College, Rodman Pennsylvania Steel Company, Steelton, Pennsylvania, 1901; Rodman, Pennsylvania R, R. 1902; Levehnan, II. C. Frick Coke Company, 1903; Draftsman, Pennsylvania Steel Company, Erog and Switch Department, 1905-06; Instructor in Mining Engineering, State University of Kentucky, 1908.
JAMES RUSSELL JANNESS, B. S. Assistant in Physics.
B. S., 1906, Denison University; Chair of Natural Science, Lennox College 1906-08; Assistant in Physics, State University of Kentucky, 190S.
WILLIAM DURRETT NICHOLS, B. S. IN AGR. Assistatit in Agricultural Drawing.
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JOSEPH DICKER Assistant in Blacksmith Shop and Foundry.
JOIiN BORN DICKER
Assistant in Woodshop.
ARZA LYTLE WILHOIT, B. M. E.
Assistant in Steam Laboratory.
B. M. E., 1908, Kentucky State   University; Instructor   Steam    Laboratory, State University of Kentucky, 1908.
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ARTHUR MATTHEW ELAM, B. M. E.
Instructor in Steam Engineering.
B. M. E., 1908, State University of Kentucky; Instructor in General Engi neering, University of Illinois, 1908-09; Instructor in Steam Engineering, State University of Kentucky, 1909.
HAL EUBANK TOWNSEND, B. M. E.
Assista?it in Testing Laboratory.
B. M. E., 1909, State University of Kentucky; Assistant in Testing Laboratory, 1909.
LEONARD DE LONG WALLACE, A. B. Assistant in English.
A.  B., 1909, State University of Kentucky; Assistant in English, 1909.
JESSE THOMAS NEIGHBORS, B. M. E. Assistant in Electrical Laboratory.
B.  M. E., 1909, State University of Kentucky; Assistant in Electrical Labor-
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CLARENCE RAYMOND EGLEHOF, A. B.
Assistant in History.
A.  B., 1908, University of Missouri; Assistant History, State University of
Kentucky, 1909.
HOWARD HARDESTY DOWNING, B. C. E.
Fellow Assistant in Civil Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Education.
B.  C. E., 1908,   Kentucky State University; Assistant   Engineer,   Lockland,
Ohio, 190Y; Foreman at Indian Refining Company, Georgetown, Kentucky, 1908; Assistant in Gymnastics, 1905; Assistant in Mathematics and Civil Engineering, 1908.
ERBIE LEE HARRISON, A. B.
Assistant in the Academy. A. B., 1909, State University of Kentucky; Assistant in the Academy, 1909.
GORDON THURMAN Assistant in Mechanical Laboratories.
LAUREN SNYDER O'ROARK Student Assistant in Machine Shop.
VIRGIL L. DOWNING
Student Assistant in Gymnasium.
THOMAS B. SHORT
Student Assistant in Gymnasium.
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JOHN S. CEOSTHWAITE Student Assistant in Gymnasium.
EIOHAED A. EDWAEDS Student Assistant in Free-Hand. Dmiring.
HAL W. SMITH Student Assistant in  Civil Engineering.
J. G. ESTES Student Assistant in  Civil Engineering.
AYTLLLUr E. MOSBT Student Assistant in Civil Engineering.
DAN V. TEEEELL
Student Assistant in Civil Engineering.
E. E. SWEETLAATD .
Director of . I thletics.
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Our revels now are ended; these our actors, As I foretold you, are all spirits, and Are melted into air;  into thin air:
?        ?        ?        ?        ? And like an insubstantial pageant faded,
heave not a rack behind."
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Flower,  Carnation
Colors, Black and Red
CLASS OFFICERS
RICHARD  ALEXANDER  EDWARDS, President
SARAH ROSSETTER  MARSHALL, Vice-President ROY ALSTON HAYWOOD  CRAM,   Treasurer
MARGARET KATHERINE SCHOENE,   Secretary
ALPHA  HUBBARD,   Representative MORGAN JONES,   Orator
L1DA   JONES, Prophet
MARGARET FINLEY CASSADY, Historian JORDAN GROVER  ESTES,   Giftorian ESTHER   VAUGHN,   Poet
HAL   SMITH,   Grumbler
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LEOKIDAS METCALFE ALLISON ("Sonny.")
Carlisle,   Kentucky.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; Brooks Society; Tan Beta Kake; Union Literary Society; S. U. A. A.; Transit Staff: Lieutenant, 'OS;  President  Brevity Club.
On his arrival lie joins the V. A!. C. A., but at the same time met Mosbey, result,; lie fan stay sober longer than any other person, according to size, in the class. He is not a crusher. Absolutely the smallest Senior in cap1 ivity. I [e loves his pipe and might he considered a sport.
"Brevity is the soul of wit, therefore I am u itty"
RICHARD CARROL BARBEE
("Dick.")
Lexington, Kentucky.
Bachelor !' Civil Engineering; * A ; Key; Mystic Thirteen; Captain Foot .Ball ham; Base Ball and Gymnasium teams: S. U. A. A. An all around athlete who asks no odds of any opponent. Has no need of making friends, because all men are friends of "Dick." Mild eyed, quiet, and lady-like, lie lias a dee]) rich voice which reminds yon of cows and green fields and home.    A very quiet crusher.
"The   mildest   manners   with   the   bravest mind."
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FEASK FINXEY OAWOOD ("Oawwood.")
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; Patterson Literary Society; Brooks Society; S. U. A. A. Started in with Class of '09, saw his mistake, missed a year, is now with naughty ten. He is quiet; a crusher, never. He sometimes travels under the alias of Mr. Ralph. A very decent fellow until he met "Chum." He is almost corrupted now. Works hard and expects to lie a road overseer, some-day.
"The voice of learning called me from the wilds."
AIILTOX COOKSEY CliAFTOX ("Guts.")
Henderson, Kentucky;
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; Brooks Society; S. II. A. A. Bow-legged little Moses found in the canebrakes of the "Pennyrile." Spends his time boneing. Has a cheerful, happy disposition and never sleeps. Is playful as a kitten and delights in "ruffing" it up. Can play cards.
"I'm   fearfully  and  wonderfully  made."
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FRANK CLARKE  Dl'GAX ("Dugie.")
Louisville, Kentucky.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; K 2; Brooks Society; Transit Staff; Second Lieutenant, '08; S. TJ. A. A. Ee actually studies. A near-crusher. Some thing awful in reinforced concrete. Never fails to make an impression.     He believes  in
being seen and not heard, fellow.
Really a good
'Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit."
JORDAN GROYK   ESTES ("J. Gt.")
Lebanon,   Kentucky.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; T B II; Brooks Society; Vice-President Union Literary Society; Transit Staff. "J. G.' is one of the best informed men of the class. He began in the spring of his Senior year to build a railroad from Eastern Kentucky. The Bible is the subject of his nightly lectures given in "heaven." Doesn't believe in anything for certain and doubts his own existence. Absolutely a non-crusher.
"Ye gods, how much longer will h: argue."
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WALTEE CUTHBEET  FOX
('Toxic.")
Newport,  Kentucky.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; A T Q; T B II: Lamp and Cross; Mystic Thirteen; Base Ball Team; Track Team; Foot Ball Team; S. 0". A. A.; Transit Staff; Brooks Society; Pan-Hellenic; Dance Committee. A loose jointed, sad eyed, unobtrusive creature, graceful as a camel, and wearing a perpetual grin thai masks his face. He has to wear three watch fobs to carry his medals. He is a crusher of the first water. Queered on basket ball.
"And he himself  was tall and thin, 117/// lips where smiles went out and in."
EDWAED   FIUGH   LEWIS ("Push.")
Richmond,   Koni uckv.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; Union Literary Society; Track Team; State Fair Champion ; Manager Class Base Ball, '07; Manager Class "Foot Ball, 07; Class Foot Ball '10; Class Base Ball Team '08; (lhampion Class Track Team, '00 ; Brooks Society; S. U. A. A. This child-like creature has tried to break into athletics ever since he has been here. Tf you mention crush to "Push" he falls in. Always in a cheerful mood. During the winter he sits around waiting for spring to come.
".I   man of cheerful yesterdays and confident to-morrows."
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WILLIAM EUG E N E  .M ()S I! V ("Gene.")
BardwelL,  Kentucky.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; Stall' of The Kentuckian; Business Managei of Transit; Tau Beta Kake: Assistant Manager Foot Ball Team, '08-0'J; Clasa Base Ball Team, '07; S. U. A. A.; Treasurer of Brooks Society; Union Literary Society. "Gene" struggled through the Academy many, many moons ago, so many, in fact, that he has ncrw come to regard himself master of everybody, ami that humanity exists because of the good will he bears toward it. He is a sport ami hasn't missed a bop since be was .1 first Prep. "Gene" is a "man of functions."   A crusher always.
".I  wise mint' will always discover i wise
man.'''

CALEB WALLEE MARSHALL ("Barrel Head.")
Lexington, Kentucky.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; Brooks Society; Class Foot Ball Team. "B. H." has always been nice to bis Profs.; but when he joined the Senior Lecture Class, Oh! He wanted that prize awful bad and after crushing ''Kinky" of course gave Sister Xellie any number of smiles. Went to West Point in his Junior year, but could 11 1 stand the climate. He is a crusher of the second stage.  
''Oh, you soldier. The Kentuckian
IIAK'KY   ANIMIKW   XKLSON
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; Union Literary Society; Brooks Society; S. IT. A. A. "Hy" was never known to agree with any one. Even qnarrels with himself, lie likes to work (?). He reads milch but never believes any thing he reads. He loved his side-bums. If "Hy" is a crusher no one knows it, not even the girls. Undoubtedly will be connected with a railroad some day, hobo or superintendent.
"What's the use to argue when it's jus/ as easy to disagree."
SHELBY POST
("Towser.")
Kingston, New York.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; K 2; Lamp and Cross; Gymnasium Team; Winner of Gymnasitim Modal, '08; Basket Ball Team, '08-09; Foot Ball Team, '08; Track Team, '07-'0S. Has great fondness for Louisville Sunday paper. Never sets ;i joke on himself. Hasn't time to be a crusher. Did real live work in his Senior year. Subject to sprained ankles. One of the best quarter-backs', ever.
"He is his own press agent."
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BEET.  FEA1STKLIN ROBIXSOX
("Little Ben.")
Lex i ngti m, Kentu eky.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; Brooks Society; Class Base Ball Team, '09; S. IT. A. A. Thinks that Civil Engineering is preferable to the Adams Express Company. He considers the most important events of his life to be his birth, his entrance to State and his discovery that he could smoke. His base hall playing is a wonderful and fearful combination of nothingness. He is seen in the presence of a erushee onlywken unable i i avoid it.
"A   stoic  of  the  voodsa  man   trillion) tears."
IIAL   WALKER  SMITH ("Smike.")
Henderson, Kentucky.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; Brooks Society: Editor-in-Chief of Transit: Tau Beta Kakc; ('lass Grumbler; Patterson Literary Society; S. V. A. A.; President Junior Class: Member Mustache Club; Captain Company I), '09. \n point of service Hal is the most able member of the class. Quite a politician, in fact he might be called ISTestor of the class. He opposes the Mechanicals and Dope in every thing. Belongs to the Temperance Club (?). He's the all-State knocker. Was born, with a grouch.
"Knock and the world knocks  with  you, Beef and the cow goes high." iiliililliiiliil
The Kentuckiak
CIVIL ENGINEERING
SHERMAN HARRY STIVERS
("Speck.")
Paris,   Kentucky.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; Brooks Society; S. 1". A. A. A dark Southerner, slender and fall. His innocent, angelic expression hides ;i nature which is the dis-pair of all the instructors, and this expression is masked by his freckles. On the crush ('?). Xot much. There is still hope, though, for his nature is the kind that does not allow a few defeats to tear him from his purpose. Has a fondness for the bones, and kn ws a blue one from a red one. "Modest merit has a claim to acceptance
DANIEL V. TERRELL ("Dan.")
Bedford, Kentucky.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; Brooks Society; S. U. A. A.; Kentuckian Staff; Transil Staff;  Mustache Club.    They say
she said his mustache had to go. TTc had a new crush every week. He usually spends ten hours per day in a pitch game. He must be troubled with insomnia, at least he can never be found in his room at night, lie once formed a triumvirate but this coalition was broken up by a safety razor.
"Let come what moy and sec if T i\d-.:''
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JAMES WILLIAM WALLER ("Jay.")
Paris,  Kentucky.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; 2 A E; Brooks Society. The Civil sunbeam from the land where the Burbon grows. Will not knock and has never been known to criticise a class mate unfavorably. His checks are as red as the wrapper on a tomato can. lie never would drill. Has always belonged to the smokers club. Hard to understand at times but always means well. lias great fondness for Prof. Frankel. An affectionate little fellow whom all the crushees want for a pendant. "Blessings on the little man."
THOMAS PHILIP WAREEB
("Major.")
Lexington, Kentucky.
Bachelor of Civil Engineering; Brooks Society; S. U. A. A.; Captain, 07. Adjutant, 'OS; Major, "08-'09; Trarui; Staff; Idea Staff; Bohemian Club; Mustache Club. It's agai