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Foster Ockerman, Chairman  h 
William E. Burnett, ]r., Vice Chairman  
R Edythe Iones Hayes, Secretary  
Ted B. Bates ]udith Rhoads  
Raymond F. Betts ]ames L. Rose  
Albert B. Chandler Robert F. Stephens  
Mary Sue Coleman Ierome A. Stricker A  
Tracy Farmer William B. Sturgill  T.
Walter D. Huddleston ]ulia K. Tackett  
Sean Lohman Billy B. Wilcoxson  
Robert P. Meriwether Henry R. Wilhoit, ]r.  
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Charles T. Wethington, ]r., Interim—President  
Peter P. Bosomworth, Chancellor for the Medical Center  
Robert E. Hemenway, Chancellor for the Lexington Campus   y
Ben W. Carr, ]r., Acting Chancellor for the Community College System ` l
Edward A. Carter, Vice President for Administration
Wimberly C. Royster, Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies l
Eugene R. Williams, Vice President for Information Systems  
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  One Hundred Twenty—Third Annual

  The exercises of the one hundred twenty-third annual commencement are enacted today at
 ` the University of Kentucky. The counterpart of the pageantry is enacted each year on campuses
 ` all over the world. It is the solemn climax and recognition of the graduates’ years of study and
 Q preparation for responsibility.
 V A description of the academic pageantry is provided for your interest and information.
  The procession, which forms on the Avenue of Champions and enters the Coliseum through
  the four corners of the floor, is led by the University Marshal whose position is in front of the
° stage. The University Marshal bears the ceremonial mace, emblematic of the endorsement of
the State and the University. Led by Assistant Marshals, the candidates march behind the
identification banner of the respective colleges which recommended them for their degrees.
The candidates for advanced degrees enter the floor from the southeast door (see diagram,
next page); candidates for advanced degrees are from the following:
The Graduate School (doctoral and masters candidates),
College of Law, 1
College of Medicine,
`A College of Dentistry, and
College of Pharmacy.
j Entering through the southwest door (see diagram, next page) are candidates for degrees
. from the following:
College of Education,
· College of Nursing,
l College of Home Economics,
— College of Communications, and
F College of Fine Arts.
j Entering through the northeast door (see diagram, next page) are candidates for degrees from
_ the following:
‘° College of Arts and Sciences, and
M College of Engineering.
Entering through the northwest door (see diagram, next page) are candidates for degrees
- from the following:
V ’ College of Agriculture,
. College of Business and Economics,
Q; College of Allied Health Professions,
  College of Social Work,
  College of Library and Information Science, and
A College of Architecture.
J As the candidates reach their seats, the members of the faculty of the University of Kentucky
` proceed into the Coliseum, entering the floor from the northeast door and wearing the colorful
 ’ hoods of their disciplines (see description of colors on page 5) and of the colleges and
  universities from which they were graduated. The climax of the procession brings to the
  platform the members of the Board of Trustees of the University, the Deans of the various
y colleges, honorary degree recipients, the Chancellors, the Vice Presidents, and other University
  officials, and guests. The President of the University and the Chairman of the Board of Trustees,
  upon greetings from the University Marshal, lead this distinguished group to the platform in
{ two columns from the northwest door. The Trustees of the University can be identified by their
  blue gowns with white panels; they also wear blue caps with gold tassels.

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  All candidates for degrees and those who hold these degrees, including University officials,
4 I faculty, and visiting dignitaries, are attired in traditional cap and gown. The basic color for most
  caps and gowns is formal black. However, recipients of different degrees wear distinctive
1 I tassels on their caps and hoods of various hues draped down the backs of the gowns.
T Candidates for Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees wear the regulation cap with the tassel
appropriate to the school or division from which they are being graduated, with the exception
of those who already hold Doctor’s degrees and are privileged to wear gold tassels. Except
during the playing of the National Anthem men in academic regalia are requested to wear their
caps. The authorized list of tassel colors follows:
Arts and Sciences - White Dentistry - Lilac
Agriculture - Maize Architecture · Blue Violet
Engineering - Orange Allied Health Professions - Light Green
Law - Purple Home Economics - Maroon
Education - Light Blue Library and Information Science - Lemon
Business and Economics - Drab Social Work -Citron
Pharmacy - Olive Green Communications - Crimson
Medicine - Green Eine Arts - Brown
Nursing- Apricot
The gown for the Bachelor’s degree has pointed sleeves. It is designed to be worn closed. The
gown for the Master’s degree has an oblong sleeve, open at the wrist, like the others. The sleeve
base hangs down in the traditional manner. The rear part of its oblong shape is square cut and
the front part has an arc cut away. The gown is designed and supplied with fasteners so that it
may be worn open or closed. The gown for the Doctor’s degree has a bell·shaped sleeve on
which are three velvet bars (usually black but sometimes other colors, depending on the
The Bachelor’s hood is rather short with a narrow velvet edging of the appropriate color (see
list under tassels) and a lining in the color or colors of the institution - blue and white at
. The Master’s hood is considerably longer, has a wider velvet edging, and exposes more of the
 2 lining. The outside velvet trim color designates the degree which the person is receiving.
  The Doctor’s hood is easily recognized by the width of the velvet edging, the wide panels at
l.  either side, the greater length, and the full exposure of the lining. The colors of the edging most
  frequently seen are blue for philosophy, green for medicine, and purple for laws; the colors for
T the honorary Doctor’s degrees are purple for laws, white for letters, and golden yellow for
 I science.
». Candidates for honorary degrees do not wear the hood until after the degree has been
· conferred; part of the ceremony of admitting a candidate to his or her honorary degree consists
V in the candidate being formally invested with the hood.

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?  l
And the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air,  °_
Gave proof thro' the night that our flag was still there. Z
Oh, say does that Star-Spangled Banner yet wave  
O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave?
O beautiful for spacious skies, For amber waves of grain,
For purple mountain majesties, Above the fruited plain!
America! America! God shed His grace on thee,
And crown thy good with brotherhood, From sea to shining sea!
University Marshal
Lois M. Chan
The University of Kentucky Commencement Band
W. Dale Warren, School of Music
Donna Phillips, School of Music
Ushers I
Student members of the Commencement Committee and  _
members of the following campus honor societies:  I.
Collegians for Academic Excellence, Links,
Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar Board, and Lances g

· Presiding
" Charles T. Wethington, ]r., Interim President
  STAR SPANGLED BANNER ................................................................... (Francis Scott Key)
  INTRODUCTIONS ................................................................ Interim President Wethington
COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS ................................................................ T. Marshall Hahn
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Georgia-Pacific Corporation
Dean C. Oran Little Dean Peggy S. Meszaros
College of Agriculture College of Home Economics
Dean Thomas C. Robinson Acting Dean Thomas ]. Waldhart
College of Allied Health Professions College of Library and Information Science
Dean ]osé R. Oubrerié Dean Carolyn A. Williams
College of Architecture College of Nursing
Dean Michael A. Baer Dean jordan L. Cohen
College of Arts and Sciences College of Pharmacy
Dean Richard W. Furst A Dean Zafar Hasan
College of Business and Economics College of Social Work
Dean Douglas A. Boyd Dean Daniel R. Reedy
College of Communications The Graduate School
Dean Edgar L. Sagan Dean David A. Nash
College of Education College of Dentistry
Acting Dean Vincent P. Drnevich Dean Rutheford B Campbell
College of Engineering College of Law
Dean Richard C, Domek, Ir. Dean Emery A. Wilson
College of Fine Arts College of Medicine
GREETINGS - ALUMNI ASSOCIATION ..................................................... E. ]ay Brumfield
; Director, Alumni Association
_ CONFERRING OF HONORARY DEGREES ........................ Interim President Wethington
  AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL ................................................................. (Katherine Lee Bates)

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