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The President of the University and the Speaker of the Day
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\] The Trustees and Official Guests
` The Deans of the Colleges
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{ The Faculty of the College of Engineering
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* The Faculty of the College of Education
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ORDER OF EXERCISES
PRESIDENT FRANK LEROND MCVEY, Presiding
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S<)l.()—ThG Boat Song—Ware—Miss Josephine Parker
A[)llIll£SS—"O1l Coming of Age"
Clarence Dykstra,
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Coxrmnmc or Dizomans-——President l\lcVey
Puzncm or rm; Semen CLAss—President McVey
Aran. M.xrm—Sung by the audience, accompanied by Philharmonic Orchestra ·
BENEDICTION—R€V€I`€I1(l William E. Sweeney
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PAUL PRENTICE BOYD, Dean
L CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS
Name Major Subject Address
{ ALFRED JABIES ANDREWS, JE. History Lexington
, ANTnoNY Eusnnrns ANNA Anatomy&Physiology Ashland
; MALCOLDI LYNN BARNES Zoology Beaver Dam
Q ELIZABETH CAROLINE BONo English Elizabethtown
JOHN DAv1n BREEDING Economics Lexington 1
MAE BRYANT English Louisville  
KATHERINE DUVALL CARR Anatomy&Physiology Lexington I
EL1zAnET11 DAVIDSON CLo English Baldwin, N. Y.
Josnrn FRANK CONLEY Political Science Carlisle
MARTHA ELIZABETH COUTY History Greenwood, Miss.
RUBY PAULINE CREECH English Middleburg
MARGARET ELIERSON CUNDIFE Journalism Lexington
JAMES BEATTY DAv1s Political Science Covington
PHOEBE Dmoox History Lexington
VIRGINIA LomsE DOUGHEBTY Journalism Lexington
CATTTARTNE WI{I'PELEY DULANEY Botany Cincinnati, Ohio
VERNA NIILDRED EnsTEn Education Lexington
CALLIE DELIIAR ELLIORE Botany Irvine
MZABEL CLAIRE FISHER Music Millersburg
WILEY Lnwis FoR:x1AN Anatomy &Physiology Lexington
NULIIA LEE FOUTS Botany Russell
GLAnYs GARNETT Mathematics Lexington
EvA BELLE GORDON English Winchester
` BIARJORY CHARLOTTE GoULo English East Hartford,
_ Conn.
MILDRED LEE GREENE Sociology Paris
M.kRY VmG1NrA HATLEY History Cincinnati, Ohio
MARY V1v1AN HArNEs History Gibson Station,
_ Va.
V ELIZABETH LTLA HARTNELL English Cheltenham, Md.
JACK D HAYs Anatomy&Physiology McKee
FRANCES LINDON HOLLIDAY Journalism Jackson
MARY CoLE HOLI.0\VAY English Lexington
KENDALL BENNETT Homms Chemistry Lexington
Monms RICH.ARD HOLTZCLAW Political Science Lancaster

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HALLIE H0wAR1> Romance Languages Cynthiana !
HIARGARET EAGER H0\\’A\1{D Political Science Ha1·lan *
KENNETII ARAIITAGE HowE Arts——Law Lexington Q
BALLARD HUNTER Political Science Woods
LUcIAN WIIITTENIORE IMES Political Science Almo ~
DOROTXIY FRANCES JACKSON English Dearborn, Mich.
IWARTHA KENDY\LL JOLLY English Fairheld
EDNA WEBB JONES Economics ' Lexington k
GLEN ELLIS JONES Anatomy&Physiology Tulsa, Okla. ·;
WILEY JEFFERSON JONES Political Science Hindman
CATHERINE LYNN KAXTTERJOHN English Paducah
KAXTHRYN KENNEDY Political Science Barhourville
HASRRIET WINONRX I{ERSLAKE Art Paris  
JOHN SHAXV KIRK Anatomy & Physiology Owensboro
ELwoon RoLEE I{RUGER Journalism Hasbrouck
Heights, N. J.
BETSY PAULINE LAGY English Lexington
KENNETH LEXVIS LARMEE Economics Stearns
MILDRED LITTLE History Calvert City
MILRRED FRANCES BICCLURE English l\lt. Washington
JOHN LISLE NICCOHD Law Winchester
LEON WALLAcE l\[Cl\IURR.AY Journalism Lexington t
THEODORE PAUL MANTz Chemistry Russell
BUENA CRAIG BIATHIS Mathematics Lexington _
FRANCES MYKE MAUZY Romance Languages Dixon
Jo ELLEN IWAXSON Psychology Milwaukee, Wis. 5
ANDICEXV J MII)I)I.ETON Zoology Harlan
ELLEN NoRMA BIINIHAN Art Lexington
KIRK BRASSFIELD MoRERLEY Romance Languages Lexington  
RICfII\RD ANXlRE\V MooRE Arts—Law Excelsior  
Springs, M0. 6
RITA IWOUNT Art Lexington ’
JOHN ED\VARD RIYTRPHY Journalism Dayton _
CHARLES SABIUEL NAHM History Bowling Green
SARA FR;\NCES NE\\’hIA\N English Versailles l
MARGARET TEREsE O’CoNNELL Political Science Lexington I
OWVEN SILAS OoI>EN Zoology Winchester
CIIARLES EINVARD OsTEN Anatomy&Physi0logy Ashland ,
CLARENCE O\VENS, JR. Psychology Horse Cave {
ROBERT EDXVARD PENNINGTON Anatomy&Physiology London *‘
JEANNETTE JOHNSON PERRY Ancient Lang. Russellville
KATHERINE HUNTER PHELPS English Cloverport `
JAMES SIIERMAN PORTER, JR. German Lexington
JALIES LIVINGSTON PowELL Political Science Madisonville ~
JOHN IRVINE PRATIIER Zoology Lexington  
JOHN HANNA PREWITT Anatomy & Physiology Lexington '
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I MAILY LoUISE RENAKER Journalism Burlington V
` NoLAN ERNEST RICE Zoology Bellevue
I ANNA FnANoES RICHARDSON English Lexington I A
NIILDRED OI·IIELIA ROBARDS Arts——Law Lexington
JACK ZMALDON Rooms _ Economics Lexington ~
h CHARLES MEAD RUSSELL Arts——Law Ashland
_; WILLIAM HENLY SANIIEIIS Anatomy & Physiology Danville
SAZM SHIPLEY Political Science Sturgis
MLLBBED BIASON SIIUTE Art Ottumwa, Iowa
I CUBBY OTHA SIMI>SoN Arts—Law Lexington j
F EDNA LILLIAN SMITII Journalism Lexington `
` AIIBREY LEIGHTON SBABKS Chemistry Martha
ANITA WELLS STALIPER Political Science Stanton  
ELIZABETH BIRD STILXVART Sociology Lexington
ALBEBT LAW STOFFEL Journalism Racine, Wis.
ELEANoB D.-\\`IS S\VEAR1NGEN History Paris
WINIEBEB JBLIA S\\'l£ENEY Education Lexington
BIRTIE HELEN TAIIB English Sonora
LoIIIs ANDREW TOTII Anatomy&Physiology South Bend, Ind.
WILLIAM PETEB DETROY TROTT History Evansville, Ind.
EBIILY CORNELIA TEIINEB History Winchester
Bnronn ALIIEN UPIIIXBI History Winchester
SARAII ADELIXIDE UTTERBA\CK Matheinatics Lexington
Q CLARENCE LORING WIXLDRON History Clay City
VVHILIAMZ BTORTON WALIIEB English Lexington
MABY I{A’l‘IIERINE WALSII English Paris
J DIARY CA.Ll)\\'ELL WIXTSON English Paducah
Q LEoN OTTo WELTING Sociology Berea
V LoIIIsE WIIEEI.Im History Lexington
7 NANCY MAIIIE WHITE English Williamsburg
H0wABn GBIIEEITII WlLLI.\hIS Journalism Lexington
FANNIE CURLE WooI>IIEAo Journalism Cynthiana
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" Moimrs FAIIIIEB Geology Newport
RoBEBT JOHN GrBsoN Geology Lexington
ERNEST WINFORD Knut Physics Philpot
CATHERINE CLARA MCKENNA Bacteriology Lexington
JAMES ARMSTRONG ROXVLAND Chemistry Lexington
  WILLIS ALBERT SBIITH Physics Vicco
HAB.nIs NIARTIN SULLIVAN Physics Union City, Tenn.
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INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY
Name Address
DoN BRENT FomrAN Lexington
RALPH BU1zGEss RIASON Rockport
CHARLES EUGENE NIORRELL Stanford
HENEY TASKED POLK Lexington
I   SPRAGUE Lexington `
HAnoLD CALDYVELL WILI.I;\)[SON Lexington
DAVID WILSON YOUNG Lexington f
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MUSIC
Name Address
DIARY COOPER CARTER Lexington
Lotus FRIEDLIAN Winchester
BERYL IWEREDITH HARDY Lexington
MARY GRACE HEAVENRIDGE Spencer, Ind.
LEONORA AL1oE HowE Lexington
` ·ELIZABETH Lusx MCDO\VELL Versailles
LELA SCOVHLLE MAsoN London
HELEN Kxorr STARK New York, N. Y. A
IMocENE YOUNG Lexington
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THOMAS POE COOPER, Dean
CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
AGRICULTURE
Name Address
I Jon BECKIIABI BRO\YN Luretha `
{ .IoIIN BUFoRI> Conn Owenton ’
Q .IoIIN THoMAS COCHRAN Marion
  JAMES GIVEN DYE Ewing
GARvEY LI.oYu H;\Yl)ON Mackville V
IV1I.SoN RAY HO0\'EIl Calvert City
HOR;\CE LYNN JEFFRIES Columbia
IVAN LAXVRENCE JETT Richmond
JOSEPII LoRENzA LEcIwAR1> HILL Calvert City
. HENIKY LITTLETON JOHNSON Bowling Green .
`• EARL Rubio Mioiucr. Buffalo, N. Y.
l EnwAR1> D1oKERSoN IWORRIS Lexington
I JAMES WILLLXLI NE\\’I\I4\N Lexington
lg GEoRoE ELIIORE NOE Lebanon -
li DULANEY LEE O’ROARK Morristown, N. J. »
YVILLIAJI RonERT PATTERSON Lexington
OsoAR CLAUDE PoR·rER Russell
WVILLIAM ORVILLE R1o11MoND Paintsville
* HENRY IPENTON TERRY Elizabethtown
HARRY ANSELBI WEINGARTNER Bellevue
SAMUEL HANRoRn VVISE Boston
H;\RY`EY R1cE WORTHINGTON Dallas, Texas
SAM IUATIIENV WOIKTIIINGTON Lexington `
W1LL1AM BRYAN YOUNG London
ERNEST I-IERMAN Z\VICK Lexington
CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING
Name Address
JOHN DILLARD LANCASTER, JE. Lexington
RICHARD KENNETH THORNBERRY Newport
_ CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN
MINING ENGINEERING
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V Esrrm. CoMns BRANDENBITBGH College Hill
I BERNARD Josnrrx HAEFLING Lexington
i JAMES ASEURY PURNELL Lexington
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Name Address
FEIIDINAED ITAL0 CAIzUso» Clarksburg, W. Va.
JAMES WHlL\)[ CHAPMIAN Ashland
JOSEPH Hisxux CLEVELAND Lexington
FRANK SI>ExcEI¤ Coxxmx Warsaw
ANNETTE MARIE ZINII DAVIS Menomonee Falls, Wis.
EDWARD DUNAVEET DUVAL Owenton
KING FIKE Oakland, Md.
NEBRASKA EVEIIETI FREY Lexington
Humax BIARSIIAL GIIIGSIIY Springfield
LENVIS RUSSELL LICCOIEBIICK Big Stone Gap, Va.
JOIIN JoSEI¤II MCGUIIII, Jn. Lexington
ALEIIEII Axnmcws NAFF Lexington
PAT DAVIS RANKIN Lancaster
CHARLES HO\\’I\RD RIEDINGEE Concord
Woomvm Eicxizsr Rooms, JI:. Guthrie
THOBIAS DI:1>LEx TIIEonALI>, Jn. Grayson
WII.SON `VELCH WIKTTS Nicholasville
HUBERT TIERNAN WILLIS Ashland
JABIES SPARKS WH.SON Pineville
JAcI{ TIIEnoN Woons Ashland
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WILLIAM SEPTIMUS TAYLOR, Dean
CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS IN
EDUCATION
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gl HAZEL VIRGINIA BAUooIsI Lexington Z
i WINIEREB GERTRUDE BECK Augusta
  EMMA FLoRENcE PERRY BELL Lexington
'— ANNA CARR BENNETT Owensboro _
MAGGIE ALICE BBocK Worthville
ELVA DE:xII·sEY BRowN Brooksville
LOUIE DUNCAN BRowN Lexington
HULI)l\II ScIIoRmIANN CRoLEY Paris
JOYCE GILBERT DAVIS Arista Place
EUNICE JANE DENToN Madisonville
AIMEIZ Loos1>EN DIETRICH Lexington
IWILDRED MoI1NE IWAY LY0N
E¤UcAT10>:——J OSEPH L0wELL NICCARTHY
EDUCATION—·ROLLIN HIYTIFIKT IYICIQEEHAN
E1>UcAT1oN—J0HN THOMAS N EAL
ANCIENT LANGU;&GES—··DOROTHY PRINTZ PEYNEBAKEB
ENcL1sH—V1RG1N1A LEE Romxsow
E1JU0A*1*10N—L1s*r0N LLQYD RURGLRH
HISTORY·—EFFIE Cox STARNS
E1>UcAT10N—F‘1mANcEs E DJEN WE1
EDLIC;\TI0N——Y;\NCY DAv1D WESTERFIELD
HOLIANOE LANGUA\GES·—I{I&THEI2INE KINNEAR WH.s0N
CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE
GE0L0GY——PAUL AVERITT
CHEM1sTRY—R0RER1· HENRY BAKER
CHEmr1sTRY—WrLL1An1 IWIARVIN BAKER
PHYs1cs—C1cER0 HENRY BERNARD
CHE)IISTRY·—E1IERSON GILLIIORE Coma
PHYs1cs—CLYr>E BR001 I{ENNETH THoRNnERRY
LoU1s ANDREKV To»rH
WILLIAM NIORTON WALKER
IWARY LIILLER WALTON
EmoRY .ToNEs WESLEY
Students are graduated "With High Distinction" who attain a standing
ot 2.6 up to 3.0. They must have been in attendance at least three years.
Students are graduated "With Distinction" who attain a standing ot 2.4
up to 2.6.
For the above honors the students must have spent at least three years
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University may receive the appropriate commencement honors who attains a q
standing of .2 greater than the above named.
HoNoRs IN CHEMISTR.Y—RALPH BURcEss MAs0N
HoNoRs IN CHF1)[ISTRY··CHAIlLES EUGENE MORREIL
HoNoRs IN CHEl\IISTRY—·JOHN STABLER SRRAGUE

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. 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; 3
Badge triumphant age on age; `
Blue, the sky that 0’er us bends; `
White Kentucky’s stainless page.
Hail Kentucky, Alma Mater! `
’Neath thy arching trees we roam; ‘
Thru thy halls our voices echo
Alma Mater second home.
For the blue and white we strive, ' 
Fight we ever for its fame l
Daring any fate to bring ?
Glory for Kentucky’s name. `
Hail thee ever, old Kentucky! ;
Glorious is thy heritage; ?
Proud thy name and thy traditions; V
Proud thy place on history’s page!  
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