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 ALMA MATER*
Hail Kentucky, Alma Mater!
Loyal sons and daughters sing;
Sound her praise with voice united;
To the breeze her colors fling. `
To the blue and white be true;
Badge triumphant age on age;
Blue, the sky that o’er us bends;
White, Kentucky's stainless page.
Hall thee ever, old Kentucky!
Glorious is thy heritage;
Proud thy name and thy traditions;
Proud thy place on history's page!
May we ne'er forget thy fame
Mother of the great and free;
May we e’er uphold thy name,
Old Kentucky, hail to thee!
THE NATIONAL ANTHEM
Oh say! can you see, by the dawn's early light,
What so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming?
Whose broad stripes and bright stars, thro' the perilous fight,
O’er the ramparts we watch’d, were so gallantly streaming?
And the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air, U
Gave proof thro' the night that our flag was still there.
Oh, say does that Star-spangled Banner yet wave
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
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Music by Carl A. Lampert

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 . THE ACADEMIC PROCESSION
Aide de Camp to the President
David K. Holland
Second Lieutenant, Infantry, United States Army Reserve
MARSHALS
Marshal of the Day
Colonel G. T. Mackenzie, United States Army
Assistants to the Marshal of the Day
Lieutenant Colonel Robert H. McAteer, United States Army
Lieutenant Colonel Edward G. Davis, United States Air Force
Major Joseph R. Pickett, United States Army
Major Raymond G. Teborek, United States Air Force
Captain Frederick D. Standish, United States Army
Captain Edwin D. Woellner, United States Air Force
· Captain Samuel W. Howell, United States Army
Captain Walter M. Hatcher, United States Air Force
Captain George I. Wagner, United States Army
First Lieutenant John C. Boleyn, United States Army
l First Lieutenant James F. Pullen, United States Air Force
` Warrant Officer Howard S. Maney, United States Army
Master Sergeant Orrin R. Helgeson, United States Army
) First Sergeant Howard E. Winters, United States Air Force
Master Sergeant Henry C. Bloom, United States Army
' First Sergeant Joseph E. Carter, United States Air Force
i Master Sergeant Elmer O. Kinker, United States Army
x Master Sergeant Edward B. Raber, United States Army
Master Sergeant Elvin D. Sutton, United States Army
Technical Sergeant Ollie E. Day, United States Air Force
Technical Sergeant Frank J. Buldra, United States Air Force
Sergeant First Class Maurice E. Seely, United States Army
Technical Sergeant Charles E. Drennan, United States Air Force
Sergeant First Class Melville B. Schenck, United States Army
Technical Sergeant Lomon D. Meacham, United States Air Force
Sergeant George S. Gordon, United States Army
Staff Sergeant Joseph W. Ott, United States Air Force
` Sergeant Mack J. Patterson, United States Army

 THE ORDER OF MARCH
The University Band
The National and University Colors
The Marshal of the Day
The President of the University and the Speaker of the Day
The Chairman of the Board of Trustees
The Trustees and Official Guests
The Vice President, the Dean of the University, and the Comptroller
The Deans and Other Administrative Officials
The Half Century Club and Other Alumni
The Faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences
The Faculty of the College of Agriculture and Home Economics
The Faculty of the College of Engineering
The Faculty of the College of Law
The Faculty of the College of Education
The Faculty of the College of Commerce
The Faculty of the College of Pharmacy
The Candidates for the Advanced Degrees
The Candidates for the Bachelor Degrees
USHERS
Honor girls, including representatives from Mortar Board, Cwens, and
Alpha Lambda Delta.

 ORDER OF EXERCISES
PRESIDENT HERMAN LEE DONOVAN, Presiding
PROCESSlONAL:
Pomp and Circumstance ..........,....................................... Elgar
University Symphony Orchestra
Edwin E. Stein, Director
INVOCATION —— Rabbi Sidney Ballon
Temple Adath lsrael
Lexington, Kentucky
Overture to "Coriolan", Opus 62 ..........,.................,........................... Beethoven
University Symphony Orchestra
The Heavens Are Telling from "The Creation" ........................................ Haydn
Mixed Chorus and Orchestra
ADDRESS —— Essentials for Peace
The Honorable John Sherman Cooper
Special Consultant to the Secretary of State
and United States Delegate to the United Nations Assembly
Washington, D. C.
CONFERRlNG OF DEGREES AND AWARDS — President Donovan
CHARGE TO THE GRADUATING CLASS — Dr. Frank LeRond McVey
ALMA MATER ,................,...................................... . ............................. Lampert
Chorus, Orchestra, and Audience
BENEDICTION —- Reverend George J. O'Bryan
Chaplain of the St. Joseph’s Hospital
Lexington, Kentucky
The National Anthem .......................................................................... Key-Smith
Chorus, Orchestra, and Audience
Carillonic Bells —- Lela W. Cullis

 I ORDER OF EXERCISES
I THE ACADEWC PROCESSION PRESIDENT Fii2RMAi~i LEE DONOVAN, Presiding
Aide de Camp to the President
PROCESSIONAL:
David K. Holland I
Second LICIIIQIICIIIII IIIIGIIIIII/I UIIIII€d SICIIIIIS AIIIIIY Reserve THE ORDER OF MARCH Pomp and Circumstance .................................................. Elgar
University Symphony Orchestra
MARSHALS The University Bend EdW‘" E- $*6** D"€°*°'
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Morshol of the Dov ° °"°"° °" ""'cmy ° '"S ir~1vocATioi~1 - Rabbi Sidney Beiien
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The Chairman of the Board of Trustees L°""`gl°"’ Kentucky
Assistants to the Marshal of the Day Th _I_ I d OII_ _ I G I
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l-·e¤ter·¤r~t Colonel Robert H- McAteeri Umted Stotes Army The Vice President, the Deen of the University, end ine Comptroller U IV I S III II II OI II I
Lieutenant Colonel Edward G. Davis, United States Air Force , . . . . n ers" Y Y p ° Y C ES m
M _O JO II R P_Ck€II U had Smm Arm The Deans and Other Administrative Officials
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Muior Rcymcnd (;_ Teboirekl United States Air Force The Half C€"lU"Y Club Gnd Other Alumnl The Heavens Are Telling from "The Creation" ........................................ Haydn
Captain Frederick D. Standish, United States Army The Focultv ot the College of Arts ond Sciences Mixed Chorus qnd Orchestra
Captain Edwin D. Woellner, United States Air Force The Faculty of the College of Agriculture and Home Economics
' C°Pl°l" Scmuel W· Howellr U"‘lT€d Smtes A'T“Y The Faculty of the College of Engineering ADDRESS——Essentia|s for Peace
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First Lieutenant John   Boleyn, United States Army The FGCUHY ot the College ot Educmlcn SP€Cl¤lICO"‘$UlT¤"l TO the SQCTETGTY of $*0*9 I
i First Lieutenant James F. Puiien, United States Air Feree The Foculty ot the College of Commerce °"‘d Umted S*°*€S P*='€e¤*** l° the U"'“’d N°*'°"S ASS€'“blY
I Warrant Officer Howard S. Money, United States Army The Faculty of the College gf Phgrmqcy VV¤5l'\l¤Ql0t'•r D- C-
Mester $eroe¤¤I; Oro;   **€'¤eS¤¤- U_r**jd5$t¤teS Arigv The Candidates for the Aeyeneee Degrees I
i First $eroe¤¤t owor - Wmtersi Unite totes Air orce The CIIIIIIIIIIIIES IGI IIIB BGCIIEIOI Dawes cai~1i=ERRii~i@ OF DEGREES AND AWARDS—President Donovan
Master Sergeant Henry C. Bloom, United States Army _
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i Master Sergeant Elmer O. Kinker, United States Army USHERS
Master Sergeant Edward B. Raber, United States Army
F Muster Sergecm EII/In DI SUIIOIII United States Army H II I I CII I II I M I B CI C d ALMA MATER ,....... . ..............................................   ........... . .................. Lampert
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Technical Sergeant Frank J. Buldro, United States Air Force p G Gm G 8 G`
Sergeant First Class Maurice E. Seely, United States Army BENED|CT|ON—-Reverend George J. O'Bryan
Technical Sergeant Charles E. Drennan, United States Air Force Qhqpiqin gf the $t_ Jg5gph’s Hospital
Sergeant First Class Melville B. Schenck, United States Army i_€XiI,IgIOIII Keniucky
Technical Sergeant Lomon D. Meacham, United States Air Force
Sergeant George S. Gordon, United States Army _ .
SIGII Sergeum Joseph WI OIII UIIIIECI SICIIQS AII FOICQ The National Anthem .............................................. I ............................ K ey-Smith
` Sergeant Mack J. Patterson, United States Army Chmusr Orehestre- Gnd Audlence
' Carillonic Bells —- Lelo W. Cullis