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THE ALGERNON SIDNEY SULLIVAN MEDALLIONS
, (Three in number)
_ Established in 1927, by the New York Southern Society. Awarded to a
man and woman in the senior class ot the University and to a citizen of
* Kentucky not connected with the University, who, because of the quality
of their lives, are judged to be the appropriate recipients ot this dis-
tinction.
REX LIEBERT ALLISON, of Birmingham, Ky.
i NANCY BROWN SCRUGHAM, of Lexington, Ky.
i MR. EDWARD OREN ROBINSON, of Fort Thomas, Ky.
WOMENS SELF GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION PRIZE
(One Hundred Dollars)
Established in 1926 by the Women's Self Government Association to
I Junior woman student for outstanding service to the University.
. ELIZABETH ANN EWING, or Louisville, Ky.
, YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION KEYS lGold Keys)
g Established in 1927. Awarded by the Y. M. C. A. to Seniors for special
i services in the Y. M. C. A. since entering the University.
i MORTON WALKER, of Hartford, Ky.
i JOE RUTTENCUTTER, of Covington, Ky.
   
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
ALPHA ZETA, Medal
Established in 1923 by Alpha Zeta, Honorary Agricultural Fraternity.
Awarded for the highest scholarship in the agricultural course during the
freshman year.
ROBERT S. REED, oi Covington, Ky.
   
L BLOCK AND BRIDLE CUPS
Established in 1928. Awarded by Block and Bridle Club to upper-
classman and freshman for best record in judging livestock.
Y ROBERT B. DAVENPORT, of Bowling Green, Ky.
HUGH E. LUTTRELL, oi Paducah, Ky.

 PHI UPSILON OMICRON, Medal
Established in 1924 by Phi Upsilon Omicron, Honorary Home Econo-
mics fraternity. Awa.rded to woman in freshman class for highest schol-
arship in Home Economics.
MILDRED EILEEN NEAL, of Catlettsburg, Ky.
WEIL SCHOLARSHIP PRIZE
(One Hundred Dollars)
Established in 1926 by Jonas Weil, of Lexington, through the Agricul-
tural Honorary Society, Alpha Zeta, for the highest scholarship in agri-
cultural courses in the freshman and sophomore years.
THEODORE MILBY, of Buffalo, Ky.
` JAMES B. HAGGIN MEMORIAL ESSAY CONTEST
Established in 1929 by the James B. Haggin Memorial Fund for best ·.
essays on some agricultural subject by students in College of Agriculture.  
KEITH S. VENABLE, of Murray, Ky. sl
MALCOLM LYONS, of Frankfort, Ky. O.
W. C. SCOTT, of Gaston, Ky.
S. SCOTT McCLAIN, of Taylorsvillc, Ky.
IVAN JETT, of Richmond, Ky.
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
THE CHARLES S. BRENT MEMORIAL PRIZE IN AMERICAN
HISTORY—Books Valued at Sixty Dollars
Established in 1926 by Henry Kelly Brent. Awarded for highest schol-
arship in American History in sophomore and junior years.
JACK DANIEL HASLER, of St. Louis, Mo.
THE BENNETT PRIZE, $20
Established in 1904 from the Philo M. Bennett Fund of which William
J. Bryan was trustee, for the best essay on the Origin and Development
ol Parliamentary Government. V
BEN STARK, of New York City
MORATAR BOARD PRIZE (Cup)
Established in 1927 by Mortar Board. Awarded to freshman woman
having the highest standing for the first semester.
SUSAN JANE TURNER, of Versailles, Ky.
MEMBERS OF UNIVERSITY DEBATING TEAM _
Seniors Q
VIRGINIA DOUGHERTY, Lexington, Ky. F
HUGH R. JACKSON, Lexington, Ky.  
RICHARD M. WEAVER, Lexington, Ky. `

 ROBERT STEWART, Hitchins, Ky.
WILLIAM ARDERY, Paris, Ky.
Juniors
CLIFFORD AMYX, Lexington, Ky.
SIDNEY T. SCHELL, Lexington, Ky.
RALEIGH HALL, Jett, Ky.
Sophomorcs
JOHN M. KANE, Schenectady, N. Y.
JAMES E. SCHOLL, Utica, N. Y.
Freshmen
J. C. PALMER, Providence, Ky.
MELVIN M. HUDEN, West Carrollton, Ohio.
CLYDE C. REEVES, Georgetown, Ky.
ALBERT BENJAMIN, Bridgeport, Conn.
MA ERIC McLEFRESH, Dayton, Ky.
2 ALPHA GAMMA DELTA (Cup)
,· Established in 1925 by Alpha Gamma Delta, social sorority, to most
outstanding freshman woman.
ALICE LANG, of Lexington, Ky.
OMEGA BETA PI (Cup)
Established in 1931. by Omega Beta Pi. Awarded to outstanding pre-
mcdical freshman.
WILLIAM K. MASSIE, JR., of Lexington, Ky.
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
CHI DELTA PHI PRIZES (Ten Dollars Each)
Established in 1928 by Chi Delta Phi, Honorary Literary Sorority.
Awarded for poetry contributed to "Letters" by students.
ELIZABETH CLAY, of Lexington, Ky.
ESTHER SHERIDAN, of Dayton, Ohio.
CALE YOUNG RICE PRIZES (Ten Dollars Each)
Established in 1928 by Cale Young Rice. Awarded for poems con-
tributed to "Letters" by persons not students at the University of
Kentucky.
MARY LANIER MAGRUDER, of Eau Gallie, Fla.
MARION F. GILMORE, of Louisville, Ky.
KENTUCKY KERNEL AWARD (Twenty Dollars in Gold)
  Established in 1926 by "The Kentucky Kernel." Awarded to senior
1* who has been most outstanding in journalism throughout university
2   career.
` ELLEN MINIHAN, of Lexington, Ky. .

 SIGMA DELTA CHI SCHOLARSHIP KEYS
Established in 1927. Presented by National Chapter of Sigma Delta `
Chi, International Journalistic Fraternity, to senior majors in journal-
ism each year with highest standings.
MARGARET CUNDIFF, of Lexington, Ky. ‘
FRANCES HOLLIDAY, of Jackson, Ky.
LEON W. McMURRAY, of Lexington, Ky.
ALPHA DELTA SIGMA KEY I
Established in 1929. Presented by Alpha Delta Sigma, National Ad-
vertising Fraternity, to senior member of the fraternity who has done i
· outstanding work in the advertising field during his college career. g
JOE RUTTENCUTTER, of Covington, Ky.  
MILITARY DEPARTMENT  
COLONEL FREEMAN CUP AND STREAMER  
Established in 1921 by Col. George D. Freeman, Jr., Infantry, U. S. l
Army. Awarded to best drilled company. _  
COMPANY B 1
LAFAYETTE HOTEL CUP  
Established in 1922 by the Lafayette Hotel. Awarded to the junior f
for the highest standing in Military Science for the year. i
H. V. SMITH, of Paducah, Ky.  
LEXINGTON HERALD CUP j
Established in 1922 by the Lexington Herald. Awarded to the sopho-
more having the highest standing in Military Science for the year. I
HARRY EMMERICH, of Henderson, Ky. ,
LEXINGTON LEADER CUP  
Established in 1922 by the Lexington Leader. Awarded to the fresh- .
man having the highest standing in Military Science for the year.
A. E. BENJAMIN, of New Britain. Conn.
PHOENIX HOTEL CUP 4
Established in 1922 by the Phoenix Hotel. Awarded to senior making .
the highest standing in Military Science.  
B. C. STAPLETON, of Paintsville, Ky. l
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RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS l
Honor Graduates
E. W. KIRK, of Philpot, Ky.
B. D. HARRISON, of Ravenna, Ky. ;
B. G, CROSBY, of Spring Station, Ky.
N. E, HILL, of Calvert City, Ky.
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 RESERVE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY
Field Glasses
Established in 1923 by Reserve O1iicers’ Association of Central Ken-
tucky. Awarded to senior for highest standing in Military Department
and other departments of the University for the year.
ERNEST W. KIRK, of Philpot, Ky.
i ROTARY CITIZENSHIP TROPHY
Established in 1928 by the Lexington Rotary Club. Awarded to the
I senior R. O. T. C. student who excels in the requirements of good citi-
. zenship.
  AUSTIN M. HENDERSON, of Ashland, Ky.
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j SCABBARD AND BLADE CUP
l Established in 1927 by Kentucky Company of Scabbard and Blade.
5 National Military Fraternity. Awarded to best drilled cadet.
Y HORACE M. MINER, of Lexington, Ky.
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\ UNIVERSITY CUP
  Established in 1921 by the University of Kentucky. Awarded to the
§ company having the highest average standing in Military Science for
€ the year.
COMPANY G
4 COLLEGE OF COMMERCE
THE CHI OMEGA SORORITY PRIZE (Twenty-hve Dollars)
~ Established in 1926 at suggestion of National Oflicers of Chi Omega
; sorority. Awarded to girl in the sophomore class for highest scholarship
~ in Economics.
; JESSIE LILLIAN HORN, of Hazard, Ky.
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
— E. B. ELLIS PRIZE (One Hundred Dollars)
l Established in 1918 by Ernest B. Ellis. Awarded to student in College
  of Engineering for the highest scholarship in the freshman and sopho-
1 more years.
‘ S. M. WORTHINGTON. of Lexington. Ky.
HOWARD PAYNE INGELS PRIZE (One Hundred Dollars)
‘ Established in 1925 by Howard Payne Ingels. Awarded to senior in
College of Engineering for the highest scholarship in Public Speaking.
W. R. SMITH, of Lexington, Ky.
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