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I  . _   ‘ ‘V I; There is one thing that we must not lose Sight great team mates will be minus only one man of Q
V  I   c I . of about the coming 1930 season. Remember importance to the 1929 machine, Tony Holm_
j     3 Q that football has very little history or past. It "Spinner" Campbell and Suther, the two great  V
.   I I   contains almost entirely facts and events of the Alabama half backs whose injuries in early sea-  ‘
,     I I i present and the future. Therefore, let’s all try son ruined them from a 1929 championship will  _
  II I   I     to do our best to side-step a rock-bottom 1931 be With them again this year. Remember, this  _9·
II _ .   season. By this, I mean that it looks as though is Mr. Wade’s last year and what a year he desires ¥
=     I   l g the 1930 freshman team will be the weakest in to have. Only one thing can we promise; that  .
. i I Q i   I years, when in reality a real one is needed more the game Will be played, We believe the best team _
  = , I than at any other time. We must remember Will win and, at the worst, the greatest battle of .I 
 _   I Q p . , we graduate thirteen men at the close of this all times is assured.  i
.     ‘ llext seasonal rear- Our annual feud with V. M. I., is at home again  I
 V   . .<   I     to Enthusiasm should generally be divided and this year. They have always defeated us at least  V
V;   Ii l        carried out over a longer period. Our respect half of the game. Dunn will be their outstanding .
I   t  A   I V in an athletic program to all our opponents is backfield man this year. G 
t E   » l l · ;   always that of consistency rather than of Short During this episode of description, I did not I
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I Z   2 IV I I l I tioll of 0lll` home   RALPH WRIGHT, much as I am sure  _
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  I. - l thought it would he   ... ._ memloer Hook and  I
I   V I well to give e little   Dodd With a much A I
I u data ohIthe Person-     ...»   ·-.... _ _._._ better lme in front l QI
.   . nel or some of the I·   I»II it ’‘’` Z"Y‘l’i§¥t§IIIii?   of tlrem· V, 
I Tl ~ °l’l’°“°’“I°S .l° be   .-   i ZY--»   lu the considers  
  I la seer here me felt .ia;;V{; Ie‘· A     tion of our sched- f
;» .; Vi Sewanee will prolo-   _ _,_.. E   ole from year to —  
il . . ¤ eblll Present me of ’   ...— r   year, especially in  
-. l its great ball oelrl`l·   the matter of large  V
I   er» Bololoy Werrelt   ’l’II n on — conference or  
i   i l who made sueh e c.   `I‘‘‘·l‘·· it r:~l II Iei`‘t’ I ‘e‘‘‘I T 1:Q I`’I’I   interseotional games *:
  . _ ~ great reputation at   VV   ·,»i _   I.would like to say _Q 
  I V _ Morgan Bell Acad-   ; I   ._e’ tg, I   that our school is ill Q
il I I emr m Neelmllle e    ,.,..._ , .,._ _ the most handicap-  =
le I I couple of Years ego-   pod position of its  ·
  I ~ I A lo rok e o eokle   eareor- it a tern Iee. —
  I t I » kept this greet loeek   is an inferior team,  
  _ `. from showing any   t h c y can always  
_ tl A , real promise in his W`-I" WT" schedule a large I
II   I Sophomore year. With the Generals of Washing- game on their larger opponent’s field, This type KI 
l .   top & Lee we will face Skyscraper Williams, the of game is generally known as a practice game for It 
1 l ; , great end that makes us all shiver while one of the larger institution. From an inferior team one I
I   I   their f 0 1* W a r d paSS€S €l1"€ 3·il03t- Tlllbl· H”ll1SlJ 1‘lSe to supreme heights or otherwise you will ’
_ g     Q deau and lVIadoX are their great lJl'11’€hlt lll Plgeklll not be classed as a real money maker for the teamS  t
j . l transportation. while Mitchell, a 200-pound full about to place you on their schedule. In other
  ‘ l back, is 3.lW3.yS d3.Hg€YOuS running thru any line. Words, the UniV€1·Sity Of Kentucky must   to 3
I   From the Virginia Cavaliers comes the migh— higher levels of recognition. An institution of pi
 _ I ty Thomas, whose reputation was not far from our type can not afford to play a team for car- I
, Z * the top as a ball carrier and passer this last fare, due to the heavy financial expenditures ill ;% 
,   ‘ g year. Virginia had a great freshman team this its athletic program. For instance, our school _  
l   _ p   past year and they are naturally expected to im- sponsors four major sports, besides numerous I
Q     prove Some. minor sport activities as well as paying off lalge I
c I lg} , _ · g• The monstrous flowing tide from Alabama will indebtedness in its athletic plant. With contiiilr 1
II   I _ I then enter our gates presenting one of their ous growth, a larger stadium and basketball  
I I . greatest teams of all times. Sington and his building will be built. It is not necessary lll  
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o moo cf Q worry 0¤FS€1V€S about SCh€dut€S» h0W€V€1`· W6 guard; Gibson, Frank, guard; Greathouse, Her-   _f_ l 
V Holm.  it have a real one as it is, perhaps just a little too man, guard; *Goggin, Frank, guard; Humber,     Q. ·
Wo great . real. Wm.,_ guard; Johnson, Ollie, guard; Johnson, El-     it  
=9·1`lY $63-  __ The personnel of the University of Kentucky lis, quarterback; Kipping, Robert, tackle; Kelly,     ,
15hiD will  . for the beginning of the 1930 season should J. S., half back; *Kreuter, H. G, end; Luther,     .
*b€I`» this   read as below. This number is the greatest Wm., center; Meyers, V. A., quarterback; Mc-     ‘
ie desires  ·. we have ever been able to have report for Elroy, Otho, guard; McGinnis, Lawrence, full-     i
ise: that  A early season practice. Of these we are hoping back; Phipps, Jack, full back; Richards, Dick,   A  T.  = ;
>est team  I that at least half of them are football players. halfback; Rose, Conrad, tackle; Spicer, Carey     1  
battle of I At this early date we make no distinction in quarterback; Seale, Frank, guard; Skinner,   i g , €
I classifying or grouping them, due to the fact that George, end; Toth, Louis, halfback; Thompson,   ‘       i
Une again  _,i _ _::,,,:,:,:;,A:;,,:_;_> JOG, guard; Tuttle, C., tackle; Urbaniak, Cecil,       ?
s atleast  ‘   heirbetk; vtmaetheid, J. w., tackle; wtidet, Ne-   at  ·   
retairding  ‘i   A Howard, center; Wilder, Ed, tackle; Wilder, Ne-   °Q ,   t
.   ` Nell, center; Winn, James, guard; *Wooldridge, tl -    .;  
i dtd not   , ....,   ... t Ray, h**tt'°a°k; Yam G€°*g€· and-  t * ?
te Duke l e   Those marked * are only questionable material   3
and inas- A   ’,’. ijiy   -—~»   '»,_  in at time of writing due to injuries and scholastic 3 ei   L Z
it gc tc T     ’· .‘.‘ t »‘·,-.   ...   —’—_—‘L_‘     1 T
, just tt. _   .,_.,...    `’``   FORMER STUDENT GETS PROMOTION     A
1 3 much e  _   Graham Kemper, former student of the Uni-     _ I
2 in front )   verity, class of ’97, has been recently raised from       ‘
 j     Class Four to Class Three of the Federal For-   * _ I
zonsidera '   `ili ` `’iZ’:_   ”"  cial] Service-    
ur eehed_  . i '   i ei     Mr. Kemper has been in the consular service     _ 
Year tc Y    tot more ttm twenty ytfm He ts tt natwe °t     t ‘
Ofiially TH T   Virginia but Camo tc Lcxmetcn as tt boy and at'    sie _
i~ or ietgt G   tcndcd thc Schcclc and ccllcgcs cf Lexington- His 2.   Z 
fcrc¤cc cr r   Bachclcr cf Scicncc dcercc Was cbtmcd fmm   I ;   
nal games V   the Timsyivtmia ooiiege and his Master or ee   {
ike to Say l   i... g.  Sereriee degree from the `Univgysity gf Kentucky,   ‘.‘t    ;i
Choo] is in  ‘ . .. U . ¤».,—:;.;. ._..· ·   ",.·. v gt ;:-»·?-t`T   ii,   .> . . · ‘ nt was in   , _ .`
ttnttet.  c KENNETH ANDREWS; tt§”‘iStt§?mt’“ Sttl“Zt°“l.gtT aftgtft stationed .   : 
. . . END ppine san s, w ere e s i i   L_
ton cf tts { . for several years. He was next assigned to the _`    
tt tt tottm  .` We Want to encourage every abtetbodled boy OH Civil Service department at Washington, and af- b; i   Q
rior team,  V the campus to report and make him feel that he tee twe yeere there Wee eeet te Seueh Ameriee      ei
in always I has an opportunity. None of these men will be fee eee,ehe1_ twe yeeue   _ ’ 
a layge _ Put off the squad. The inferior material will be _}___________   ; i
This type . organized into a reserve team that will compete T e  ·;
e game for   in a schedule of its own under the guidance of a tooo GRADUATE GOES T0 MIAMI A te! l 
. team one  * coach. In this way, no man is ever cut off either ""' _    E
se you will  i the freshman or varsity squads. Anybody who Mo Tcr E‘ Sttndettttr Ho Hd€1`S(m’ Kyi; gtiduj _ 
·the teams  L ig e Sticker all four. years in preetiee ie usually ate student of the University of Kentucny, cas;   .
In other _ recomended for a varsity K his senior year, cf ,3o> who has been one Of the most pmgtmen A   .i,‘ Qt.  2;
st climb to   whether he has ever played or not. Stooonts OH the Ctuomust haS·b€€I; gc?] Y ftp,}   it
titution of t The list is as follows: Andrews, Kenneth, end; Domtod tc tho potttlott of _*;`SS$t2?g1_d Ighiisol O   ~
m for car-  . Aldridge, Burton, tackle; Baker, R. B., halfback; Gcclccr ct Mtttmt Umvm $1 y’ X ’ _ ` _ _ `_   I
iditures in * "‘Blevins, Ralph, end; *Bickel, George, halfback; Mr. Sandefur enrolled in Kentucky Universite  
our school Baughman, Rob., tackle; Bronston, Jake, end; in the fall term of 1925 and has been one ofith;  
numerous Q Cavana, James, end; Colker, Max, center; Clark, mOSt iditmmont Stuooots on the Campus Smc“  Q  
g gif large g Wayne, tackle; Drury, John, guard; Darby, Dar- that t1m€· _ g    
th continu-  Q WH, Gud; Evans, Earl, halfback; Engel, Noel, Mr. Sandefur is finishing his work on a Mas- L   it
basketball  A guard; Foster, Malcolm, halfback; Forquer, Flop- ter’s thesis which has necessitated. a study oi {   ie; _
iaasayy to  Q DY. guard; Frye, J. A., end; Gentile, Anthony, rock formations in Kentucky and Virginia. A;  ie  
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'   » A i , Official Organ of the Alumni Association of the University of Kentucky ,
I   · · · ' » Published Monthly, except July and August, on the Campus of the University, at Lexington  
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.   n l . Entered as Second Class Matter at the Postofidce at Lexington, Kentucky, May 22, 1929, under the Act of March 3, 18*79 ° 
_   U _ SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.50 A YEAR .
2     i JANIES S. SIIROPSHIRE, ’29 ..... Editor and Manager  J
V     ,°~     Q ’ MARGUERITE McLAUGHLIN, ‘03 ..... Associate Editor  t '
E ;   ’ I I I ormcnns or THE ALUMNI Assoenmon nxneumvn ooivnwrrrnn  
F ·   A | I _ LEON K. FRANKEL, 00 ..... President W. C. Wilson, *13 Dr. George H. Wilson, ’04 ’
I   i 1 _ MRS. RODES ESTILL, ’2l . . . Vice-President Drr·E. C. Elliott, ’02 Wyland lthoads, '15 y  
> · l i _ JAMES S. SHROPSHIRE, '29 . Secretary-Treasurer Lulie Logan, ’13 Walter Hillcnmeyer, ll  
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~ i Y TO FOOTBALL NEW LOCATIONS  
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i i N OTHER columns of this issue there appears RY as hard as we may, officers of the Asso-  
‘ i i I an article on football, by Coach Gamge, also Tciation find that it is almost an impossibility fi} 
 _ i i on a cover page an advertisement of our to keep in touch with graduates and former  
  P football games for the season of 1930, both run students of our alma mater, that is, unless they  
3   it for the information and pleasure of those former are active members of the association. This is  
students who will be at the University some time the biggest reason that We try so hard to get  
I _ this fall to witness a game, or maybe all of them. paid memberships to our organization, for once  
It is hoped that you will support even more 3- member YOU WY to keep UP, and when YOU f; 
S   this year and the years to come, our teams, than move YOU let US know, SO YOUY Alumnus Will  
‘ A ` _ r you have in the past. Always the teams that reach YOU OU time-  
* . have represented you and your institution have It is part of your problem to help us keep our if
~ » t glorified their alma mater and it behooves each records up to date, hence, we are asking you to ii 
  one of us to back them to the fullest. send us new locations of any former students or  
—   . _ May We play Om- part Of tha gama with the graduates that you are in touch with. All other  
» ’   · Same Sportsmanship that Om- teams dO_ alumni would appreciate this as well as our cen- Q 
5_ tral office.  
__    ` . Organized alumni clubs could each year send in T 
i , V ANOTHER GIFT the correct addresses of club members, then  
· 1 when some former classmate writes in to know  
[   ` where you are, we will be able to give correct  
l _ N THE last issue of the Alumnus there appear- directions; Z
__   . I ed in the editorial column an announcement of Please heed this appeal for help in getting new  
’ A .   a cash gift to the Alumni Association by the locations of a fast growing alumni group.  
»   class of 1930. Since then the class of 1929 has  
 T I 3DP1`OVed of the policy adopted by the class of '_‘”"_“'—“W_"  
 Q ’30, and the officers have handed us an order on TAKES SECRETARYSHIP  
{ . the class funds in the business agent’s hands to  
  B the amount of six hundred dollars. "_"`  
    , We take this opportunity on behalf of the asso- Miss Anna Welch Hughes, a graduate of the ·,.‘ 
g ‘ , it ciation to thank the class of 1929, and to assure University, and a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and  
  Y   them that we will use their gift to the greatest Delta Zeta fraternities, has resigned her position  
  I advantage to secure greater growth for the as- as history teacher of the Madison High School to F 
¤_  I , sociation and the University. take a Y. W. C. A. secretaryship in Pennsylvania I 
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 ° Sketch OI Our President
  Leon K. Frankel, elected to head our Alumni Frankel then spent two years in an architect’s
—·  1 Association for the second time, at the election of office, following which he entered the University
1   officers June last, was born in Louisville, Ken- of Kentucky. Graduating in 1900, he obtained A
·_  . tucky, April 28th, 1878. Attended public schools his Master’s degree in 1901. A
__ A there, graduatihg fmm Dulmht High- MY`- After graduation, President Frankel was an in- 1
  structor for three years at the University from . Q
._.  ·: ‘   which he graduated. From 1903 to 1907 he prac- F
 to ticed architecture in Chicago. He later returned » g
_   to the University and became Professor of de- Y
__  i   A.,/`}’y~ . sign in the College of Engineering; this he held A E
I   ‘      A,   .,A__ till 1919. During the same time he engaged in  
A     " A e   consulting architecture and engineering under A
  ,   the name of "Anderson and Frankel". . .
,   I . Q   In 1919 he resigned his place at the University A
    Q     _.  *  ` and established the architecture and engineering ~
 Vl   -  A  ` l, _ I Ju firm of "Frankel and Curtis", which business he
     A= _A  A   .  "   .AA_     is in at the present time.
  . {Q   ;_    U    In 1905, Mr. Frankel married Miss Ora Slaugh- »
the ASSO-     A —  if ’i  ter of Eminence, Kentucky. They have one son,
mssibiljty . I ___`   L;.     James S. Frankel, now a sophomore at the Uni-
ld fO1·H·1€1· Q __     A     V€I`Slty.
Hess they * A     `      A While attending the University, Mr. Frankel ,
This is *   ‘   Q}-   l was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha social fratern- f j
rd to get A   `- Q   "V·=·     c ity, Lamp & Cross, then the senior honor society,
for once     .__.·.   ·_`` A `ii~. =* and Tau Beta Pi.
meh you I   T i   At present he is a member of the American In- A
mus will ix     " A · stitutes of Architects, the Rotary Club, is an /
    3     ·. l . - Oddfellow ond o Mason.
, keep our A A . A. . i'` i A     ·   ` t _ , He is chairman of the Board of Control of the
ng you to f   _.»_.; .A   . i        5 3     Adath Israel Temple, and a member of various
Audents Ot     ~ L - _ A A;         A_ ,A t   clubs of Lexington. "
A11 other g `   { _     “w_AQeQ    President Frankel enjoys all outdoor sports,
s our Cen- i ;A 'Ai _l.._   »·  * i s A     .;A_-ij   especially is he interested in our football teams.
*· {        .. ..‘ AA_;.Q     `'·_* ’ _·*  He is a most enthusiastic supporter of the Uni-
ar send in U _ A   l I l l A A l versity and our association is sure to enjoy a
ers, then , LEON K· FRANKEL great year under his leadership.
1 to know .
··ect 1   `
Ve CON Y L. NIEL PLUMMER ADDED T0 FACULTY sticker this fall. The sticker bears the picture
etting h€‘V Mr. L. Niel Plumcr, a graduate of the Uni- ef "F1<>PPY U FO1`q“€1`· Capmu Of the Wlldeate
»1D· i Versity, class of ’28, and at present city editor of A °;f A
i the Lexington Herald, has been added to the staff ShIDWl`€Ck Kelly, 1`€COgI11Zed 3.SA a great soph-
of the journalism department as an instructor in °m01`€ back las? yeah t‘?°k pm m the ”a“°“"‘l
A the freshman Classes and other Subj€CtS_ track meet at Pittsburg in August He took sec-
` While attending the University, Mr. Plummer end Place m 220 Yard me In the meee
w · ‘ `n ‘ ur-   · ;
ate of the I ngistliellciileeegn 0}Ii€tl;;1:,e:3I;£p£;,i.’ ;;,Ig€?;;?;1OnJ(&—h€ Two of the freshman players from last year, i
Keplxtand ‘ Kernel staff iioidiiig the position Or managing who were counted on to add strength to thls A A
er positi0¤ _ editor at the end Of that tim€_ ycai·’s Wildcat team at the University of Kentuc-
1 School to ky, will not return to school this fall. They are
insylvanht   The athletic department at the Uiiivei·si1;y of Boardman, of Anchorage, and Kreuter, of New- A
E Kentucky is distributing a new type of football port.  

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